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 18, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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COMMENCEMENT[ ( EXERCISESAT [ ,
URNS ARE SLOWLY COMING ", : ""

THE( HIGH' SCHOOL SPRING GOODS' AR. IVING.

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9 Synopsis of the Program for the'Week.
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Largest Stock <

!,BHtchf 14 And Burr Probably - Nominations of the Primary. 1.

.,.. ',The following are. the candidates We Are indebted to. Prof.- .!M\ If. Latest
Nominated.
.. w'o were nominated for representa-: Smith. ,principal of Oaceola High I .. ; Styles .
s tine and the different count office !In School, for the following' synopsis of .,

Tuesday's primary: .the program for commencement exercises "
WIIITFIEID AND PARKItlll WIN For representative. E Donegan.For which begin next Sunday: with Lowest Prices -'
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tax collector-C. L. Bandy. the baocal aureate larmon, mad ex _

..." .. ,..Fo "re..urer-J. R.'Gilbert,. Sr tend'through Friday evening of next CONSISTENT WITH FRESH: HONEST 'GOODS.

; tteturnf, Are Incomplete OH ''M...... For tax assessor-J. L. Overstreet.For week:, ,II ---1. '

ben of Senate and Hoase.-Op- supervisor of( registration, ..arts
COMMENCEMENT: WEKKt: : MAY 2025. .
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A. Lancaster, -' .... '
posntlou Cl.ittt: Drainage
That '
I For commUsloners Walter Commencement sermon Sunday: !
"* : >.Scheme la Defeated Dan, county sr., John R.: Bron.on'J.- S. morning 11 o'clock, by Rev.i, L. R. PROCEEDINGS Of 2.s ntmtiTTWUTUmTmtmU1flTU! 11111{ mm !"

y In State, ,' -' Stratton-W.; R. ipdwln and J.. H. Jenkins. '- = FOR tlJ1TI1lt111"ri11111iiDr
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f Walker *j i Grammar. I school entertainment THE COUNTY SOLONS. s

The Tampa aer.ld.f. 'ye.tnrd.1" For school board-Vy.. C. Bass, E. Monday evening. 8' o'clock. AUmls- "
E. Brown and W, W; Chandler.For .lon'' 10 cel ....* .1 / Goods Clothing :f I
,1. Js f : county surveyor.-J. W. Oliver. The annual music recital Blah Survey of New Roads Adoptee! and ,
The returns from the State. are exlOeedlngly '
School play,and seventh grade play,
,; Much: Routine Business is sir. ?
l slow in being sent 10;a. has Married in Jacksonville.; Tuesday evening 8 o'clock. Admission E ..: Shoes* 'Ladies and. Gents JFurishlngsJ: ,

been 10 oenti.Declamation. *, 'Transaded.Kiislmmee :: I :
I the case. in former primaries .
Married 7:30 the
Saturday a m, at content, Wednesdayevening :: ,
e i offices of chief Interest to the Stateat borne of tbe bride's friends, Mr. and 8 o'clock. Free. City, Fla., May '7-1906 i:::= ,GOKANNER TO......c i

large are those of the Representstlverfrom M rs. M. King 615 Laurel StreetJack. Elocution graduating. exercises, The"Board of County ,Commissioners :

the various. counties, The .oo llIe. Florida,' Miss Mary J. War- Thursday evening 8 o'clock.: Presentation convened at 10 a,,m., there being. :::

R'V question at Issue has been Governor ID'f to Mr. Julian L. Moore. Miss of diplomas. 11'Or.d.ua..lalr .-."" pre"D"{ R. T. Butler, Cb.lrmaD. W. E i.t'l 'f( & CO.

Broward's drainage scheme and* the Waring spent several mo'DLbli' here exercises, literary 'department W. Iveyf H..S. Partln, J. F.. Willlamssod E ,
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visiting her brothers and made many Friday evening 8 o'clock. J. H.. Wilker, commissioners, ,P. E
fight has largely been on that score. warm friends, who regret t.o' lose her '. [ /FJ1IW( '' i *&
Presentation of diplomas. Awardingof A. Vans Agnew, county attorney, and 2=: I' Leaders in Low Prices and ;
({ The opposition faction to Governor from their midst, but are glad to he'arof medals. Free.. Members of .the W. n..1 Johnston D..C. ::: '' '
Broward's scheme are claiming that her happiness. Alumollnvlted. The'minutes of ..Iiel.s, regular meeting -"':: I headquarters ln-- thlng.I -|

.IT ,be bas been defeated\ and that the Mr. and Mrs. Moore left their luinedlatey Beginning: with Monday' May 21 it were roatt'aj. * I lor Augusta Georgia future .
.( dr.to.aacbeme has met its death' home and the Is of the pupils In physics add chemistrywill H. T."Berlin reported the pale'of *;:- '
where
groom one
blow, Tbe.return. up to this time Indicate the most prominent business men. perform a number of experimentseach some reffsV lumber. at the poorfarmjj:[ Saturday and. Monday. 1uummaamummmmmuuummmmu -
7: day up to and Including Thursday -i for' $5 OOiwhlch was 6rdered turned:, = ,
that. a number .of Representatives May 24th. The elements selected ,
e"revenue iuuiii
) fund.
over to ami iiuu
':% have been elected who oppose The First Watermelon.We for the experiments In chemistry are ,Supervisor, Bell asked consent of : .. ..

4 the scheme, but no definite,result bas are under obligations' to Mr, nitrogen, bromine and hydrogen on the. Board to run a wire fence of three I =: . '

been received. H. C, Avant, of Ashton for a fine Monday! chlorine potassium and strands, on each side of the road over : **, *4. 4.4. 4.. t> <.4V*** 4-** **4-4'' i4 t 44-**** "" .

;, watermelon l4'elllblo,21 pounds, which phosphorus Tuesday; oxygen: sulphurand the A. .J. marsh which '.n motion of I. .
The returns Indicate that be bas :
was sent -Wednesday morning. sodium Wednesday; ammonia, H. S. Partln seconded by J. F. '.Williams ': ."CITY RAKERYlBREAD. :, 1' : :
,"' lost the Senate, but that, In all probability ,Thills the first ripe melon we have : Thursday. was granted., ; .

he' bas captured the lower seen this season and Is duly appre, TbejQxperlments In physics will coyer bond Leonard? '
. Tae of Williams as : : ,,
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bouse. ciated. Monday, atmospberlo pre..u...
,00 constable! of Dlst. No. 1. for$500. with CAKE:; AND PJE.
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A, Ra'llrqad Mr.. bas about thirty acre. beat and Tuesday sound
The race. for the Commlsx Arrant energy; M. Kats and W. Bass as surltles was i ifr
1n melons this season which are' unusually waves; Wednesday, light; Thursday ; :
been hard in
?, slon has fought eyer1oouatl. examined and approved also, bondsof GROCER.IES "
early"and fine. Be will\ color and electricity. FANCY
very )
-" The four candidates In the Jasper Jonrnlgan. and C. A. Underbill
ship his first carload next week and The experiments In physics will be .
and'J. 8. Walker ttf carry firearms '
field. we"n.. Hudson Burry of DadefLponnty *
j. : will na doubt recelye handsome re conducted from 1 to 1:30 each day. '. J ,
were approved.
J" FRUITS AND CONFECTJOljERIES..
| ,'T. J. Appleyard editor of the turns for them. Chemistry experiments..., 1:30: to 2. The'' Board recommended' to the ... ,, .l
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,|\ake City Index; Newt"op A. Butch of Any who may be interested have a Comptroller that Albert Overstreet be / a.

r\1M Levy oonoly, and Gen. E. B. Bailey TheaampNgnjust' ; closed In. .this cordial invitstionto at.te04. : ", allowed to redeem lots 2 and 31 J of '] ': Diamond X Butter Agent 'White Star :Lauudry.. ; ;:
county was oonsplolous for the ab f
Pat.rck'ddta.lora
blockS, from
'/?;of Jefferson county., The unofficial returns canoe of bitterness, which has heretofore ', NOTICE -No"lce. Is"here by' given bade sixes for 1.00 'and costr.'The .. .:. I ;". "A "

show that Burr and Blhch have characterised similar contests.It that all parties wto fall to hare their bonds of Ira Bass to carry ,Ore arms : W. H. SMITH, PROP, r WILL MCLAUGHUN.Mojs?, I 2

t carried'' !South; Florida. Appleyard was a stood natured fight between. cauls. 10.pect.ec1'betore.. driving them and C,Yowell. as' Notary .Public
4. ..r4.4.4.i i|. M I'' I *' '*+*to+':H **' '4$.4+++**> 4 S t f | ,
/', Is expected to get a'good vote In 'the democrats, and the defeated oandl-* from Dlst. No..4,' will be b.ndled. according were approved.! "! .. '
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I dates are taking their medicine in the to law Ell Bass, the >:
The of various
intral the The vote reports countyofficers t
portion of Slats. '
oooOOOO1 XI CIICIOCUIIIU.OOCIIIDI..I.$ '
ween, Appleyard and Butch, is..exto :- i proper spirit :P 4u , . .Inspector were examined and approvedand .-o.oO, ", ''*'!...., . ,' .. ...,.' yOf, "..,.. .,.",.ct:e.'.'... .I;" '"- ,j'I'',

'r be on close.the West Burr Coast bas met but withloposltton his I. 1 PRIMARYftftrI : 'J.'F' '- the the Treasurer redemption of county and payment bonds reported ofcounty -. W.:|| \,,''B' t.:WAKlNSONDEALERS I\ ".d !r!; : .> 1. '.

THE
election is practically assured. bonds, No. 1, 9. and 20 for .
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$2,200, three years before maturity at '. : t
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The race for the Supreme Court bas
been practically decided. Justices The primary election held last Tuesday, passed Off very' quietly here and a saving{ of that interest to the county ... INS i' .tf .

Parkhill and Whltfield have been re- sc far ai we)have heard, throughout the bounty. -,. and peported thathe'still' had''fonda'enough ;,,
on band to redeem one'more I
',' nominated for their positions as Jus;; It has been one,of the best natured campaigns ever'.held h ere and! the candidates instructed : I
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wmoh be do
bond; was tot :
7; tices.The vote: \ given' these officials are to be commended for tbe.blgb plane upon which they have conducted for tl.100. The report,of tbeCour, ty'Treasurer .
I indicates that they are wonderfully . '
::{ 'popular throughout. the State. Thom. I the contest. show tbe following. ''bl.I. llARDWARFt
We'regret that It is Impossible for us to get the complete returns. for all acres on hand, to wit: .
\ as L. Clarke has been defeated In Coufttr......*...... .... ..........t....,$2Za M
,.' 'nearly every county In ..the entire offices this week as the ballot boxes will not be opened until. the meeting 01 f c-.tr.-.l.... ', ,.y..p....... 4577 TSFlM w

State. the executive committee next Monday. We give below however unofficial I returns and f art(Kara and ..0.. ,........ 1088 MGMMtmlKhoal :
fund . ..:..........'.4.,. 'SW M ;
In Matson county Baker I. elected for all offices In which there was a contest, and will next week
+. county School.uU dirt.No t....... .. ..... ., 18 90 , .
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I.,.'lit'... Senator. His vote was heavy* give the ofBotal returns. So.fl1l1ln tabulated form) L.r..........:.... m II S'm '
auslog him to lead bis opponent by a a w M Y x '..:,.. ............... I. '
large majority.E. '" *... 4.........,... ....,.... 4 eft N'EWf';
d t! BwtanrMhaol Ia.\ ................. sa T8tet EVERYTHING: ; :
. P. Cone wins out over Julian In: I d i q ..id to Mrtala.choob:............... ..1S TI . . .' .
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Columbia county by a good majority.H. CANDIDATES. w rn a S 'TOTAL.Id. For which"he filed cert Ideate ofdeposit . : ,. y

H. Buokman Is returned to the .- .<1) Ii! fo1 lit for: t9.545.20., The paid and
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a.In.. .. _. cancelled warrants 'dlstroyed by -'- 'Harness "
,Senate from St. John's county He j. were Saddles l ,
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won the victory easily over his opponent ....,. fire in open board' .
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The of John M. Swain showIng V /)
in spite of the opposition to report .'
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his bill In the last Legislature. RepreseD..I"-, Congress. .: . survey of oropoted change of pub1I00road StovesTinware' Crockery ,- '

'Frank' Sams will in all probability Er.DkCI.rk... ... .. . .. 152 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . .... from J. 8. Walker's store to ,, .. ,; . ,. ..,' ,
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f 'be sent to the State Senate from Vo- Railroad Tboma.Commissioners J. Appleyard ; . .. . .. .: . .. .... the Baslnger ware house w..' filed Glass' ,: .

.' f luula county.' Ed B. . . .. . ,.. . ... . . . . ..1 . . .. ... .. . and the same amended so*as to read "
Hunt Harris goes to the Senate from Ba1le31 1 1B. tots . . .. . . . . . . . . . 8.. . . .. . . . that the proposed, change should. be ..... 5 .
, Monroe county, winning by 'a good Hudson Durr.. . .. . ,... '. ., . ... .... ..,. ..". . . .. . .... as follows: .H -
Paints 'Oils ;
Justices Supreme Court: then. of h. : I
majority.) Thomas L. Clark . .... .. .... .. . . ... . . . . ;'. .,. . Beginning at e. corner I ) "
,John Henderson w'ID.ID Leon countyfor Charles D. Parkblll ,. . 118..... .. ... .. 'J .. . ... . . ... wI' of owl sec. 33,in tp 35 s, r 33, e, .
'the Senate, defeating. Ttawls by a James B. WhltOeld.. ..,. . . ...... . . .... . . 17. . . . . .. : . .. and run thence west 20 chains to nw Window Shades Matting andFarming.
.' majority of 200.w For Representative: corner of said, forty acres, and upon : .
; Arthur E. Done .D. ..... 80. II 14 32 n 2$ 27 .8 33'7 motion. determined V l'
Nassau will send Davis to the proper changes was .
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\ .. county 'N. C. Bryan.. .. .',. . .. 16 18 18 6 1 3 2 j90 f.
1.. the Senate, he hiving defeated Mo- For Tax Collector: upon and the present public ..Implements

grime by a good majority C. L. Bandy.: . ...,.. 1'12 16 16 15 13 18 1 'l 212 road running through said forty was ., *(0 T
", Frank Adams was elected In H.mU.0000110"1. H.N. Bratwn . ,. . ... . 138 I '13 1'7 33 7 23 12 2 m discontinued and'the clerk was Instructed . .' ,
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;;. \ He beat High easily. For J'Tax. L.A..e..or O"er..ree.: .... . .. . . 231 :.j-.... I,: .... ..... ..... to give legal notice of such '
t ,In Marlon county a second primarywill For County Treasurer:. change. for the PIHSBUROH STEEL fENCf.
) be aeqe..rl't.o elect the memberof J'. R. Ilbert. 81' ... . .. . . ... .. .. . . .... ..... . ..... . ., Tie report of'J. S. Oliver showing ,Agents, : ,
the bouse. For COUDt7 Surveyor: : survey proposed change of route of

., '*'.In Columbia, Knight' and,Avant win Supervisor Oliver, ?at r.Re;.. <.<"b..ra..toa.. ..' . . .: 16.-. . ... . .. s.. ... .. ..r.... ...'.... public road to Pleasant Hill/ in tp 26 s Get our \prices -befor buying ;'elsewhere:4, ;

, for member. of the House The raced J. A. LILnca.ter. .'.. . ..,. 100. . . ... ... .'.. 111. . .. ..... . .. r 29 *, as determined upon at the last L 6
was olose.a Co. Com.'DI.... No. L meeting war filed, and the following b ClCClOCODCC oocioo'ciooccooccooc ClIICICC: Q K .

In Dade county J. W. Watson bas Walter. Dan' SI'..... . .' 1I1'l.-;. . . . .. . .. .... 22 ,. . . ... ...... survey adopted: _. '

b ,', .. ,won out for member of the House.Baker .. Co John Com.R.DI.t.Broo.oa.,' o. 2: . ... 128 2 e 30' 1 19 ,2'7 2M Commencing 2 1-4 chains west of.the .-

.. county will send B. .. Barber v. S. Aoree..r.. 124 6 1 '11 .... 185! half "pulls stake on section line between ,
to the House.. He won out easily Co. Com. Dist. No.3: sections and 17 :on present Wad, TNEWaRCRitORT ;
" over hl'opponent::. ",,- . J'. S. Str.ttoD./...... 1'1' .... ii 33 18 '21) 27 thence to'run west along said > section : ; : rl>
I %i.V' W. B.MaDD "n'....,... 94.... '1 1 a 3 1Co. ;
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the northeast the; '\
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line to
corner of -
second (
t will In all '
, ,. ::A primary probability Com; Dlst.'No.4. :' ., v-.f ""
,", be',necessary .in St. 'John's .W. Hi Godwla..f-.i ;.... '158. ,.,..,., .'-."" ../. ..,. ( st.1 r'f. ,.rnv r. 1-4,of nw 1.4of, sea 17, t.beooe0': run We have Just opened up at Bandy: A Bandy's . ''J'f:' ".)
.'* county. to decide the rave' Co. Com.,DI....'No.6: south 25 degrees west 45 chains and 85 .. old ...od. with; a full stock of frestt, ; i l :'-. '
J.H W.lke..i..I" .,, ..,. .. ... 29...', one-half mUe stake ori ._
the
a will elect Donegan to 'i r. .t. }ritL r links to section '
Osceols the, ;> :
FAMILY GROCERIES ; t:
School BoardDist. No.1: lloe between .......01U.1'.nd 18, "* FANCY: .AND,
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The this .
House- in
,'* race county was .
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W o. B..i.; ? 17a. r..7h.rSebobi
7r. rn. ? and"respectfully solicit. shire of tbe publle ,._+
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close and warmly contested. Board-Dist.,:No Z: thence south along said ,,section line l n ,
t. ,
f ', r race ''for Congress between 3Io"tLe E.F. Brow..:r.it.l.117. ;.;. .4 : .+.. .'r,. .... ,1 40 chains to seotlonooroer: : being lobe .. .patronage.. Free tbe.dell, city.vary." .to,..all, parts .of: ,j'rG;' ,.\t 7' :1i. '
School Board-DI. No. S: southwest OOI'Del"o&10D 17 thence it. i ,
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1. Lamar.and Stephens, Lamar has by w. W.Cb.Dcller ,. ....: ,1 .... ..f.. t 1 t1 67 7Wal.eySimmons. the section, tine Between I '. : .:" t
r 4fav tbebest-of it and will'in'sllprob.. .".,..r. '',61., .. ...... .:.. :rNyMt1Y... south along A"8 COIX}ER &, 'C tI'IE; .
;. .ability.be returned by:a good. major .),,Iam. Dpm. Ex Com.;. D",I; 7. sections. I&L and 20 n 3-4 chains to<-< . '. "', . 'v_ :,t,. " s1 "
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what could have beepJer object. In NINE MURDERED
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(taking the lette!'.. 4 .

1 JAJJATTER: .:. "Vnthlnff, lJoHlln::." acquiesced .Jennj .
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totally unnerved And disheartenedby !' _ Doings; in.QTh1a ]

thl* last misadventure' ,. "u01e,**"* Pfeacher/jWife.r r nd Children _
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( sGe suddenly cried *he was acting,for } : '
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the detect s r : : Brained and Cremated, ,
:'of\lLLJQNS.\ , .. .. .. .. .
: Mf'. pegrraw looked start led. r-w--- -.- -v-----. --V- -.v.v- -'.'-- 4"V y 'VTtt

"I hate to, think It." ibid he. "She ., 1Population
_ of Florida. ...t plumbers 8trlk.
has washed, for ma several week, and '
has beta more,limn oncc.lon. in my HORROR STIRS FLORIDA 'Ihecenssia', returns for 1805 which All the union' plumber of Tampa

rO/lI1o./ Yet In tbl way only can I account 1 hue beeu, given out at Tallahassee ''ent oat on ri.strike u few days ago.
"..b_ of'Th.Porsak.nPYRIKIS
Bj JLtuoL Lttiarlno Oreia, 1.,," Ita.. for tli*}' trunk Itelng opened for all couiitlc of Florida, excepting Tho 'contention! of yie plumbers. Ja
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... SV ..OSt.., SSNNtS ....: searched ondi locked again in the short Appalling, Crime, Committed, :: N.ar: CIB<]O, l&ictimbla and Orange Know awhtta that a set of rule! : which had: been

., siaeeot: time lu"'hl<<'h'I was abienU PensacolaCharred Bodies With |xDilation In .the<< 'Batata! pf, 814CSS ,- I In,; force Ju the tevcrel ehops for
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811IP was provided with key," ; bac! ; .., 241.579; oUter races 125.maklaa come tlrao were 'no changed by the
CUAITEB: XXXIX, remone, which is the same thing. Tou But how could she have known of Skull Crush; .d Pound In hardship-
they
( a total of, 55U.C90. Tbl3''in an Employer that jvarkp-J.:
Cootloued. cannot mean It, Mr. iegaw7'r my lei tor of-of It. bring: tbtfrel""Only Ashes of ilur'nod: Hani. 'men '
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(t -tlwfederaltengus the\ uniou so that \va
\ *1 )Jinre not received allY reply she "I arl'le\"e-It tears uiy "heart-Mix* la one' woy Miss Rogers. If Increasa1 ofJ72J9j over upon) .
faltered.) "There ha* not been time. 1I but'I cannot inany of 1900. The" uoDulation'ot decides to quit, "work ,until they are
Ropers : sec my duty she I*. In the detective's ,employ lie( '
One of i muSl: : \torIblo. crime 'J cksonville .1.I gIven as 3EO1 of made-to con fc I'm to those formerly In -
did not expect auy. lie will Dot other light. Remember that tills taking of this, letter is the'very thing > ; '
S wlsh'to marry me when be knows-". money must go to another* thnt I shall she would be likely to'be interested 'In, in Uie history o( fciurliU, It not 1 in I Key: \\'ost" .2O,49i. and. of .Tampa, ex- vogue, or so modified a* to make'

: ("Jenny) !" "Itwallher' lover' "'ijhopoke. have to explain to her. If not to the for it seems that she was in my bedroom the history or the >outa. v aa cmiuit-, elusive ot suburbs, at 22,823.: them acceptable .the workmen.:

.It Ton hare not been released! world, bow I <'lIli to're'el\"e It bark while I was opening/ and reading .. iullouurtu It is explained that thd..,,counties, :The new bal) rules formulated by
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by Mr. rearraw. If }>ou liad I should from one who had publicly held It for your communication la the adjoining tea of Dade, Cscanible, uod. Dranao 'are- the Master Plumbers'! .Association"and

still 1'nve taken you to my heart and ,three months" apartment, and from ejaculations ot Aiuiloit. uuuJuy 11'11.111. winau omItted fiom. the jvescnt lUt, bar posted' : In Ihe- shops tar the guidance'ct ,

tried;ta'woo forgetfnines) of the past .It-If you will Ith'e.1t to the Utile ..&o must hove gathered; an Idea of itsimportance. ama by tu.. tmiuu ut"Ac..e.uio1l1. an. cause/ It lu* been impossible to get the Journaymen.ar said by the

: for yourself alld for me. But, a* it Is, school' teacher- she already !knows" Now. If she bad keys nnd 'umeritut pi OItCI1"'l'" his 'W'IC ad I4IV' I the completed: copies, of the work: la members! of the ur.Icn to be' put in I

I feel 1 am trendilng; upon the rights pleaded Jenny "That Is," she added wan a.police spy, she would naturally cral cMlJpeu., it oiJ '>t Lel"'e<)U 13 from the enumeiatcra. "Th
of another In'even entertaining you In a. she taw,hi* look of nstonlvhineur I take for and (it ware! wiutWrodind "
means procuring this letter, 14 ycs's" : //Ie : ; % white and colored .))1 u3' counties up to he( OiI n shop policy ,,'h1e1I.., .
JlJ1 'Judlo. Ton have a home till Mr. "she knows enough to be satisfied. J and, as I was called out before she left their bodies"-creinaUJ.. iu ttlQ
contractors
Dejfraw acknowledge the acceptanceof told ber* that the mon _Icxpected_ to xho bad ample opportunity for unlocking homo which: we.. Bred by tllil'I..IISI1I\,<' P...Jt down a* follow' : beininan9uratod members by of the Master !-
Tho
the deed have sent to him bnd marryexacted! the tlvLug of this ninkjUBJJMarchlns \Vhlte. 'Nosro. of Tnmpa.
Ton up my ) \ << aiuot.jf my. KlllH. . "
though It break my heart to seenr-cold fortune. documents." Aluchua. ,,. ,-*= ; ,13."j98 Z0.409\ Plumbers': Association contend, on

to you. tvhtn my whole being Is meltIng ..It 1* not enough." "She did It! She. dlil It! Mr. Byrd A .Tund of o\er 'IO'J( ) lusrdsea u'hkhIi.oftna'Jd btn TIaker . '. , ;: 8.0C2( .818 the other hand that the modified rules

with pity and tenderness. I' must ."Why Whay?' - now has that letter. It 'wilL noon be by the cltUens; Milton: nriulforil9.124' ; S.1.19) : worK no hardship upon their ent 1

- still suggest that you be patient/or a ."Tbeworld, is bitter exacting:; "ever In the hand of the one 'man I moat ua a reward, for the .I1IJ1>ro- 'treveia .. .. . 8.CCO(; 1,28 ployes, but are' just and equitable to )

little nn.d When ready to attribute motives to i henslon of the imirdorera, und the . ". nil end that will have tq 1/1/
while, Jenny, quite wrong: a drbadno have see It. Calhoun r 4.269 1.558 alike : they
.. .. -.. .._..__.. L__ -S-. _...1_.". ._ ,_ .. .
---- -, man. If I II't'celTe'bnck money- a Her visitor did not gainsay this. "UHI'nUI'' 11L8 iwtru vi" i.** w w Citrus .. -T..., . 8,228 4,315 be lived up toby all men whom they ;.

,-. &reNoinorer: she commanded with a great amount you must consjnntly recollect "Mr. 'DC'jtl'nwVIII never marry'me If ier a reWind on 'btUail of: the state. Clay . . . . 3,244 ,2.240 ompky. .i _

.- strange dignity." :A. new thought n society will naturally decide! he reads that letter" she declared.A The! crime was dlcco ore.l Monday Columbia, .' -- .f" ." 8.63S 11.275! --.:.....- .

new 'fmpulse< bad seized 'her, and acourtly agall1lt, ID7 honesty and the purity of moment of silence followed ,lies morn lug by jnirtlea& with whom Acker-: DeSoto . . .10.817 1,629 I
1 almost imperial looking wom- my Intentions. It.will say thnt I nia . ,20,899 26.957 i ,J
'na stood before them, !instead of (he gift to you upon the condition tlint "JJ net 'I solnoe ta offer I ,Nuw Yurie dispatch nuyu: Jacob
nathesitate ruins
sbon'il, th*" home P. r.t!!.... o( 1 :aad: : the FrnnkHn. . . 2.4922,143 :
'- chtld-Uke .being ,of'' ai.,.moment ngo. yon married me, and that ray-taking: It so Ions' in' spo'king.:. but I coincide charred bodies of Ackerman his wift* Lti ke.ton0: chief\ clerk In. the regIs- ,
4 You .say' I am still under'obligation back is In couxetiucuee of your failure wlta you in thinking that this) dadsdn- . 5.6C1 10,848 try department of the general l post- (i
I and seven small children: among (fhe Hamilton . .. 5.702 4,219 .
to Mr Degraw she asserted, moving! to keep our engagement. For-that engagement letter !-as been taken by an enemy of office and for eighteen! years an emploje <

: toward the door. "As It Is but 4 I short as It was, Is known.If yours nud taken with',the purpose of wreckage.Examination. Hernnndo < . 1,791 2,249 !: there. tred, to kill himself its '!

o'clock now, and he was not expected ] honor Is dear tQ woman It is thwarting! your marriage with Mr. Defrrnw. : of tha \bodies dl..cloH",1th IHllBborough t- : ,40,026 10,757 tho postofllce building under extraordinary '

at my:.house1 till 4, you may be right.. equally deer to wan My future happiness If, therefore you ,would make tact that AcKcrinnu and UU wife Holmes . 7.813 1,214 clrcumstance.B. The postofllce

: wiil..xo: and<<,. see." ,;And 'with a bow and high: standing/ are trembling this attempt innocuous and merit the had been: ruck on.tho head: with Jackiwjn .-. .12,564 '14.2(& Inspectors bad Just been given ordersto

. and a:' slight gesture' ,.to 'Mrs. .Du n la 'the balance, and (the moment Is as. confidence of yaur lover and; the admiration ; pome blunt Instrument, their sKulN Jefferson : . . 3.095 10,035 find out where $2.000 1 In bills sent

abe vanished from the room while the serious lor.me as for you." of your friends ;you will! 'goat : being crushed in. The bodlej, were Ljafajctte .' . '4.793 1,130 I the First National Bank of Tullnhaa-

artist stood shaken and undecided not "But I will write another letter. I onee to Mr. Degraw and tell him ,scattered about In. different! parts of Luke .. .. .. 4.665 2,850 had The In'_ ctor
Fla.
knowing what- this sudden change will ally that I entreat your re-accept- what was In this letter before it can th" ruina. Lee 3,561 399 lIeI.,, pone. Including
might:3>etokfn. . once of this gift which I find entails' have a chance to reach him." that father kept nineteen postal clerks ;
Details Indicate : the IA'On4 . 3,984 14,880Levy
; '. Luckcstone for'elplit.iour In a room
She went Immediately down stairs : too many duties upon me for my peace For; the first time she looked\: at her. the children -
.
mother and eachof o\on . 6.071 4,209
4 to her, carriage .She stepped quickly of mind. And this you can show the ,'lsUorVtl' b a !gleam of suvplclon but In. the federal building and told< them
and seemed bupl& lent at Mrs. Button's world, and when I am married people It soon Vanished before Jill unswerving were murdycd befcrj the build- liberty . . . 1,508 1.327 they could not go until information

.lower gait. "I am In hastef she cried will understand. Though I have. 11'11"1'. lOng was fired, aa I the :Uull of -each: Madit.011 . . . 6.824 9,328: was forthcoming as to what had become

more than once. wronged you humiliated you.. aud "I Jhougbt," she sold ,,'lib a, sort of waR crushed.' The body of AcVernmnwan Manatee . . .6,537 1,093 of the money. Litickestone said

.Jeannette was being quickly driven taken from you some of the confidence 1 :. )'C'I1rnlnghelltnUon.! "that you might found near the location of the Marlon . 9.8J4 16,905 he was weak from hunger got In an.

home, anxiously hoping to.be there before 'you bad in my sex, do not visit my have planned Ihl story of Ions to drive loor lending fiort the bedroom In Monroe '. . . 14,273 6.U73 other room by excuse, and tried to

,, Mr.Degraw, of Cleveland bad faults upon me by a revenge so deep as me to enact from which I shrink but which lie slept, ansiby_ Ills'! side was Nassau . . . 6.334 6,678 end his life by cutting; his throat and

called. the retaining of this letter. Indeed. In. I see no such good news in your eyes." a revolver. The body of Mrs. Ackcr- Oceola<< . . . 3.130 492 wrist. He did not seriously Injure

4 The truth was that she was terrified (teed, It Is not necessary. No one will lie did not think it worth while to man. who gave birth to' a child on Pasco . . ". . 4.012 2,088 himself and was placed under arrest.

At the letter she bad written him. As question your honor when they sea answer this Insinuation. On the con- Friday was found sw'.tli! that of her Polk . . 12,866 6,007 Tae Chemical National bank Is the
abe saw mattert now it seemed the with_ what reverence I regard you.' ho remarked
Putnn'n---------
trary : infant child\ outside, at the front of 6,08< 5,092 through the disappearance of the
wildest maddest tblnj she could have She was going to say more but some "If you agree with me that this II the !house. Trie oldest child WAS st. Johns . 6,527 4,47(1( loser
done. :She must have that letter back: thing In his manner stopped her. T.ears money.
your one' and only I course I will so far
683
St. Lucle . . . 2,441
found the door leadluj out to
near :
;-" at whatever cost, at whatever risk she -the first *he h'nd_shed-rose to 'jpr forget my former relations with you a* .
:. "must destroy the word. which she.had. eyes, and she turned'slowiy' away as If to accompany; you to Mr. Degraw' the front .porch.! All of the boqlcB Santa Rosa .. . . 8,5023,299 An attempt to comnilt arson an'!
Sumter . 3.518 Z.034:
wore badly burned, practically onlytha burn of ,the most prominent
..written tile neat or ner love ana tieTotlon profoundly humiliated. studio. It he sees that I am there to one
to tbe artist.' "Ah :you think, I am not worthy uphold and sustain: you he.may think' trunks remaining.; Tho bodies of Suwannee . . 9,619 8,392 blocks In, Tampa was discovered one

But when she came In"sight of her even to ,4o you reverence.." she mur more lightly' of your fault. At all three boys were found practically Taylor.. I' . . . 4.141' 1.410.<< nleht recently by -.Mlcenian.. an'l

: bomb and saw that a carriage-was Just .mured. events, ;yob will not be alone, for if where the! bed upon Vhlch they slept VolusLt! . . . 7.267 4.813 n disastrous Conflagration was i>ro-

-, driving. a'ayshe: became greatly The piteous action and the still more he rejects and despise you, I will stood previous to the conflagration. Wakulla . . 2,598\ 2,551 \ontcd. Some one had placed In tl>ocM

-: frightened and leaning from the window piteous words, coming 'from one so take :you Into my brotherly keeping When u )party from Milton retched Walton . . 9,425 2.844 ) building on JLafayette street, next

begged the coachman to drive dainty and exquisitely beautiful and see that you never suffer for a. f the scene about 11 o'clock Monday \Vashlngloif. . . 8,637 3,371 to the corner of Franklin; a big dry
falter. In an Instant more she was touched.lira a* nothing else In all this: home while I live." .--.;
I morning the /Ills or the building were food box saturated with keroseneand
,upon'ber own.stoop and awaiting Impatiently polnlul\interview had done. ,Coming But abe gave him no encouragement I seemed Totals . : . .814,685 241,870 which discovery!
still burning which to Indicate ignite-. upon
for1 the door to be opened close to'her skte'he took her languid to persist. Instead she showed him a
that tho fire had been started -- "'11... nercly' blaming. The bulldln<
When It at last swung back she asked. band and calmly, for his passion bad face so weary, that he took the bin .
breathlessly; all left him- said with affectionate.fell" and turned toward the door. i eaveral hours after midnight. The Cuba Has Confidence In Or. Porer. Immediately joins the large Oldjens f

.--- -"Has Mr. Degraw been barer yor: .."I perceive that ;yon need rest." salt country. nearby Is sparsely"settled, then The superior. sanitary board- in He- block at the' cmcr of. Franklin .ant .. ..J

Tbe answer abe received made her "God forbid that I. should visit any 'he. "It you wish to see me Inter send :J.rE'lit neighbor residing about one- : -vana, fornially recommends, a quarantine Lafnyptte slreeta. :.one, of the largest ,(jfI

catch wildly'at both lintels for support revenge upon a. head that humble It. a note to that effect 'to the \Vestminster. quarter of a mile .way.'J'hls i 'neighbor agai.nllt" ports:'of l L.oulsJana,>;MlD-,; b11l'ln..s.blocks'in'|.he city,: and in the . /'

..Yeamlas; ,be.has Just driven away self so JOWL That I loved yon II true; Meanwhile consider what I; have '; ''80. ".,ho ,knew'nothlos; ( thoflWunlilKearly : .1"lItpII..'Alabama: ,aDd \Texas -tori}the !t.r 'f honrt-..the.,mercattile suction ,i

.1 I are.him! "J'our-exeulIl.'alid banded that I have suffered in my faith and In said and command me for any. duty :1 ,Monday morningwhenha; ,; ,fPOIOOI1'.aa'glven.; ;,thatjtha; national "au-j: of tTnmraliand: : hadlthejflreTjiot beendl'covered '-. I

klm the) package. Yon can see his my pride ii also true, bnt-X would not can conscientiously perform." (so",'' that the building had beendestroyed .' .thoritIes'of the United States: will not and extinguished! in It. In- : :

'I. .carriage'.faere, 'Just turning" tbe. re'.u. thereby raise myself above yon since "I need no services she cried.' "If and notified other neighbors Intervene In sanitary matters in those c'plencyv n disastrous conflngratloA: : :
If you bare sinned. am not also with- Mr. Degraw' marries me I shall soon have resulted. -'
before trying to ascertain! the dam- states; that last year Havaaa.was lIt; would probably

.:: -. '..., out my faults, as ;your present attitude have a protector If he does not 1 I ape. The feeling throughout $anta informed of the existence of yellow ...:-- .\
CHAPTER: XIX show Hiss Rogers I will give you '"
shall not need thank all \
one, yet I
> - ', -. ..- j\,. b ckyour: letter: but let me.a7 before you Rosa county is high over tho..dastardly fnver In New Orleans until six week The commencement program for the
the same, she added with touch of *
a
_., Ynct.S:: }.L-UC1C.: doing so that you will never be blessedIn r deed and every effort la being nnfrle after the flint rase had occurred, and University ,of Florida has been an-. -i
his
her old sweetness that so
'ennyU4ger., .'did not allow her ajfltutlon your marriage with Mr..Degraw, or wrung to appreh-rad the eu'.lty parties. that the present season there will bo nounced. Commencement sermon Sun "

to a..ep her ,Jong Inactive. RunXJnx heart. anew .ckermtin of carrying infection. No Dr. Hobson of :J
27
even see an hour of .perfect felicity In And making blm a low courtesy In moved to the settlement great danger day morning May ; .
?
.' dow the --step the carriage she. bade before the his presence unless you allow him to which the trace of the erring child which was known as Allentonn. from quarantine Is suggested against FlorIda the First Daptlet church Jacksonville- II,
coachman
-1 : Mm to tbe"tollo'l"Westminster Hotel' and know Its content*,before'you go' to the mingled strangely with the dignity of Opp Ala., limit three years ago, and t-ceause President: Porter of the sermon to Young Men's Christian! Association -
, altar" : has always state health board Is also an officer Sunday. President Andrew
been
a great-natured'woman, she disappeared considered a good
her took her eat at
}:;;". ;Kbe jumping side of limo Mr*.'Dutton own ,' crying; "No! ,No!" her look. .seemed to cry, out of her own door and vanished nucl peaceful citizen. While he had no o! the United States marino hospital Sledd. The usual oratorical debate. and .

-... but abe said nothing with her lips.unless stair while he stood troubled regular service. drill contests will occur Monday and
,
; ."Do not speak to'mer''' I-may" seem up. charge It was his custom to ,,
tbe bumble heartfelt kiss she
j tAide. but. y',n would not think *ol( you and and more nearly atthe point of adoring preach occasionally throughout that Tuellcli y. Wednesday morning graduating -

p.W 1A1V. A I.. pressed to apeak.upon' 'his band} ,might be said her than he had ever done before section of Santa Rosa county. H..- The long expected report of the exercises:; with baccalaureate ,.

''\I.Wb,1l- they reached the hotel Mr. DeDraw's "And BLOW. ," be suggested, "write- we In his life. was not known to have: had.nn. _nnv" ,' ._.n....-l finance committee of the Pensacola address .by Hon.:. t>. V- Fletcher of \i

.carriage' bad drlTen away the letter yon proposed.., I will take It -----, pll... and tha motive for the atrocious clly council, which was appointed by Jacksonville. JMino young men expect .).t

.' jlenny exclaimed despairingly that she and Immediately' return with the other. -CHAPTER XLII. crime is' a 'mystery.WEIGHTS the council to Inspect the record of to receive the bachelor's",degree
.
\, '>c6nd not call upon him: Jln. Dutton, Afterward my. lawyer; 'will visit ;you. the board of public"works and to 'report jind four the,.master's. .,

'rboe Interest it was hot to hare the and all shall be completed legally and TUX LAST nOPK.: MUST BE to the council the manner In
broken off! ,'t'OIlDteered to Miss Asplnwall is sitting in her TESTED.
,
engagement parlor
with a* much celerityas the matter I which business was conducted by Ignaclo Haya. aged sixty-four, president .
:' iflo 'so. She proceeded on her errand with the artist Mr. Degraw.. and
wlU permit"'AUnhe ; Georgia Indebtedness that i>od)', has at last been submit and controlling owner .of tho .
the from ; to him from With Which she bends Law Upheld by8upr.n.
.1 jerltb netsage JeDII1:, the concern scathing denunciation of I
ted'and
exclaimed "with what life Is
'__ a Sanchez Haya
Ctfurt. and Cigar company,
bat Miss Rogers regrets the sending : over a letter he has just banded her to '
..;. ;yon Infuse me. And I cannot even express The the methods In vogue as well as a "one ,
Goprgla state of the largest clear Havana factories -
of ber letter and request to bare it read she baa evidently enough upon -supreme court
my gratitude or the tI.tbllan'1D1' handed down a' sharp criticism of the official actions'of In the ..world died his homo
.back, unopened.? -. : ", mind. And afte bounded her mind to occupy beth! her heart and decision Monday upholding at
'Jot.V..*. Dutton> returned 'unaucceBsfut desk: to a. attention. the etate law making-u one '- that body. The report alleges Irregularities In Tamp the st week after an
tbe desk
at which she had written records .
BA<< .vxform Jenny that she could see ber first letter and which in a "You know her well," urged Mr. De- fourth reduction In a verVilct secured In the keeping of illness of two days. He established

th,': be bad read ber'' letter, and being. second parlor at the back-and was rapidly graw, "and realize bow sensitive she by any merchant for Indebtedness of and the manner of expending public the first cigar factory In Tampa in : '

ebed with a panic bad slipped out.' as If moved! by a governingjiand.ja-<;' I.. and how easily' her sensibilities are a creditor, when It Is proven that the funds; says that It I I. impossible to 18S6. and was the founder of the Cen- ',
Idlsa Rogwrs. quaking settled herself hocked Tell me what I shall do." make any estimate of the 'work done '
dlted her second'epistle.' weights and. measures of the merchant tro Kppanol Club. He was a native -

-,".. 'Ja 'the corner. of her carriage and now When Jenny returned with her letter _She read the letter again. It 'wa are not tested acco .lInr;, t6 Jaw by th<> board. of gpaln. -

an', then a short cry 'escaped ber lips and bade him read It he'did to disp.isslonately -. froll1. Jenny to the artist .

t. Unfit sounded like ,the reiterated exprrMlon and with evident approval. "I am free,.wholly tree. Mr. Degraw BY BOMS AND BULLETS cl H. fix !'general superintendentof rumored is to .
that Alachua
It U
"I him! I must -
must
see
see ,
; H.wer tho Sea Woo I Air Line railway ha
"This will very welL I will has relealed'me. Are you satisfied and I I 1 r( *
.
bid!" And aj they rode'on and finally -, hnve two or three new business enterprises
DOW' return to my hotel for the other," will you marry me to-night I have Four Ihgued: a circular announcing the appointment '
killed
\ cat te to bee house. When she went In People Aro ', on Streetsof that will have more capital .
I be declared. and left her with a low laid aside the natural modesty of my J of H. Wl Stanley as superintendent'of

,.she"-saw news In Clalrette'a eager. face.. bow In which she felt a certain'respect, sex to ask you this question 'because Warsaw-Several, Wounded... I !! '< the fourth division .of paid In than anything now existing ,

.';\:. '.Vhat I* Itr she askedv expressed that was like balm to her to-morrow' I hall be without a roof. to While Police Captain Constnntlnolt the Seaboard with headlJunr r. -itJrclfsonyllle. and that the town will BOOn sell bondtt -
,v gentleman the parlor waa,the sufficient/ to _it In electric light: .
crushed and bleeding heart. helterme.- cannot remain In this was an
standing In Mar The superintendent
eanious street, ,i .
r reply. An h6ur passed before be.returned. for though alorSklii; Plant and'water works and 'will finish -2
house Mr. Degraw considerately
"' ,,
I
', has,been train dispatcher at Atlanta.
Hrdly, djrinjr to,hope,. Jenny1 went Warsaw Monday evening, with !
Jenny stood in the parpr: ready to.receive place It..at my disposal till the two I : paving the streets with hard rock. &
_____ ?" 'to tae pa-rlor door and stepped In\; The I I I
: policemen and four sjoldlera yoijng
hm._ end of the ;rear I do not feeL that your a Tie .J -....:...
In Manufacturing
:mail ,whom$ she; J losti.wanted.0. see '"What 1. Itr she cried man threw bomb ; Fjlorl a. company -
for she aawat betrothed.should owe any thing to his a ilpto; the gropp. '
\ all I le world stood before her, I *f Madison: are making' many repairs Mr JeffersonBrown, a member of .
( a glance that he wa greatly dU-. bounty Am I right, and shall I prepare The explosion literally tore Constaulno -:
., Immediately ,'yas'geiaedbv -a their mill. flnlhed the .
cotton railroad
state
on1 When commission pent -
"euett. for what I here promise to be the to pieces and severely; wounded
-*.: great trepidation, and -;when'Mr.'DeyTft "The letter I. gone!. It hat been stolen beginning of happiness, if you will seven other persons. The assassin, the entire"ijlant. will be run by a day In St. Augustine the past week

netlng'. this, came 'forward and I cannot find it among the document henceforth trust me as I do you. rloU to escape and flred Ms revolver, electricity. This is one ,M the larxvnt Investigating the rates charged by' the.
*>ffer> d her a chair she found difficult
< *'yon returned'to mel' You hare "JENNY.; and woundedT" potion plant of It* Vtid In'the South Beach Railroad company, He .
,''to $,verherelf But the did so at soldier. Tliaj I otUer
; an enemy omewhere. and that 'world abd.I.i U always k'-. In the stated tha
enemy "Can flo what she asksT" up | more satisfactory rates
soldier
; last .etoa; forced to It b'hI. .silence, ;yon Hilary replied1 with a volley; kllllnhf !<
baa honor In his band.
;your >
best of condition. would be provided. '
:and'lAVJnifnerved'berself't*,look Inquired. assassin and -
; up two other: .
persons.I
'did M with, a certain resolution. ..' ./ "Not conscientiously.' I I 1 I I.Among 1- - -"-- '
-i CHAPTERRogers :
I, ; -''Xbi IDt.m'w';w" ,'AI'trying1.one to i"- ". ". '.4 ..,;-"I thought not. or ;yon. would not .' Palatka' numerous Indus- After thoroughly investigating the

both tt them.' tie'could not blame her t' iacaaxzzaixs' : .. i4ir"V Have come here.", THE SAME, OLD STORY.TJ ) enterprises may soon be number cases bf the Atlantic Coast Line railroad -- '.
.f t lead with'repioaches "frD. j ; ;To be continued. I (Kali 'wJt-jr 'bucket the ,
_____ pr ber ; It fls dumbfounded f.tbe' .' I ; : i I factory,, map against James"N.Strohbar. ::
: he!;!knew. :, ..1.* I < i'' Negro Parent Lock Children Company -.
fttetta that the truth But
ii extraordinary revelation. 81><. II" )jchlnbry for vhlch Is .now .being InStalled .
.
>. eotiM npt return the letter to her<
-IJL wa* aU4i bad to show that ahe bad >.wltb'.disappearance of the )ett'r; '* usually\ the maD wbo doesn't believe The) house of'H nryi Hu t. nl negro jtorylof d. M.'Davis;It:'Son.:The,"bU k;, .
i roIuwiziI-: L, njrrenaerwf -be "'Tiebf ,to but "'dismthsed'tbe'. Idea 'as rtdfcnlouu.' In lore who baa the hardest at- near, ''COvlnll to ...Tennj: :wa* .de fOyled lets ibe', made of' cypress,< and: a ,jury at Oalnei>r.
i.ot* f.8he pleaded'With'him.arkoli ?' .. Neither-MJv Degraw nor Jennie could !tack wben'Jae'tateh..*'the fever., -Philadelphia by lire i' $unda', nlghtt and| ,h life depended uPon her bar.ss.ei.ion furnish solution to tbe He TelegraphI / children;the oldestaix'! old wdrcremated. . -
mystery. :year 'lior 'material.' The merit": In each of the-..several 'case . '
the
| BJeasobtnf
J- ,of the). Jetter., He. re- stated that be Intended to put the nut. ." ( .- .. I (Hunt and ,his I wlfi .wJno '
cnpafclty! the! factory will ;be"wo'bnckijts : against, him' .. Strohbar was vigorously ,.' f-
uateJ "In bands-- for .
ter ,
-* *> w r the ot detectjve, to1rhlcb TiiigM. chural ,.aM on'their return'found '
v._ ywoiid defr4xt:ID *utte4 *; \ tbe.made objection* febe-direct I OTrust- 1.0,'man whom yon bare..done the' b-... in'..uIDa.:: lnc'edlar n \lls "dajly, k number. ;, 6f''m u ben -, : roecutedscmg' the. of tho, best legal .'.- "J.

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> cr CHin- t WOMEN WHO svIIU!
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r, inaugurated' at St.,, : Pete:-.i'; '', 'inai. Law, ,In Existence.. "* For Methodist Preachers MaySoon'BefiixYears .". ",, Promptly'In Suspending.urned Cawn.. Minister H M' ""FJIOHSick' I ,}

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Hartwell. Ga.
CZAR DELIVERS ADDRESS dishonest methods ;procuring land CHANGE, RECOMMENDEDDiscussion Methodist It,
church,. whom the North Georgia
8 : leases, the giving of short measures SHOULD USE.
-' -- Methodist conference suspended lastNovember _
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and'the sealing of threo kinds of oil. 4. A k+
r For First'Time In'Hlltory People of out ot the same' tank; were charged by Bishops In Open eon .tor* 'one ,year(on charges)
I ference, Anent Changing' the) Articles . ojj,Indiscreet behavior: toward a' Mar* .../hr. -
"" Benighted Empire Are Accorded against the Standard Oil
t, company<< atThursday's .
of FaithXprlng
Forth
rlorti woman of Hartwell.
; was fujly exonerated -
Voice, Through Medium. of a. hearing before ,the Inter- i a' Rebuke, :: .
Parliament. . state commerce commission aJ-ZHK: ..,,,\' of the charge* -by the com-

1 .' at Chicago The Inquiry Is bold an.der'kn Dr. ,W.:, W. WUdsworth of the mitt e of 25 'on general 'appeals; of

i t Without a single Hitch and ,with' : order of congress and;la along North- Georgia conference, who watsU8J.ende.d the general Methodist 'conference' in JH l| r Hsl rVss s r V Hld

I only a minor Incident to mar the memorable the lines followed' lo'me line. ago' In ,at the session of, that body, session'Formal at Birmingham.
Kansas City.. : held! at Newnan Gat, last year, has charges were first brought
day the Russian par lamunt Commissioner Clement at against 'Dr. Wadsworth at' the North
*. the commencement won bus appeal before the general
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.: wag Inaugurated in' St. Petersburg of the hearing announced conference at Birmingham. Friday' Georgia Methodist conference at New For Permanent Relief;t".1 ,

I Thursday. The weather waa superb; that It'was held In pursuance ot a the committee ''on appeals reported nan on November 22, last.!A commit- '
top had BEBBINKtact directly on the Llvr. It wUI COlfCTIrVU' 1
previously cur
reiolltlon I paasoo'by' Investigated the
t, fant1.the stage management.of the impressive congress,_ and that It had reversed the derision of TION. DYSPEPSIA. MAtAKlA AMD CHILLS., I. entirely free
doctor's
> that the present session was a coutlnuance the North Georgia conference sue alleged misconduct, but had all .
from mineral
ceremony at' the winter pal.' oisonoue substances and1 1 I. composed.olslyof" 1//
ot tie Investigation conducted pending Dr. W Wv' Wadsworth on rojKjrted that no trial was:.necessary. UrX-GIYUfC BKRBS. Especially' adapted for weak and weary
gbe 'where Emperor NlchoIaJf; surrounded . i at Kansas City. ,the charge odImmorality, the specific In. the conference, however Dr. J. derangements the weakened gland and organ; it check. '

by courtiers and ...11 the pomp I The principal witnesses of the" day charge being "kissing a woman." Dr. W. Qulilla>i. the presiding elder, upon all human body. ,

and panoply, of power, dUllvered'tha;; were. E' M. Wllhoit of Springfield, Wads worth- was pastor of the Hart- being, asked whether there were any CURED HER, SICK, HEADACHE, ,

speech from tho throne to the''mem-. Me., formerly for ten, years agent. well church, and 'was, suspended for; charges'pending, said that there were.Jx . Mr*. lode Cameron. Central! Avenue T.m "-
of the Standard Oil company at Topeka >ct(>d to thl.'procedu| "IniAsutABINRgiveasse ?
berg of .the two houses was perfect. year 'J'eU8t-write.r. qnick,
. Such a spectacle perhaps never; bo-' Kansas, And. H. C. Doran 'of The Itineracy committee made a ROY. D. 'c.' Brown .then asked that relief and take fa recommending 1& to. all
- fore has been witnessed,on the earth's) Fremont. Ohio. Wllhoit made charse ,non-concurrent report on several me. another Investigating- committee be women; sick: ......."'C:...." 0

-, ,tage. of bribery.,and dishonesty: againstthe mortals asking for removal; of the: appointed. This was done, and ReV, WITHN. THE ftfcACH OF:ALLfllty r

The ,one Jarring note was the mutual company. He said'that the 'Fri.co time ,limit from tne pastorate of' a M. 8., Williams was" named to proarute Cent .A Bottle." Avoid SutetitefW
road / the, (1I80..t( *
IUlplclon'manlfesfed \by the czar: dlscrlmlnatedvjn favor or the church However It approve] a memorial
'. and the people. tit; Petersburg 'was Standard Oil company\, E!.- p. Rlpley recommending that 'six years :This committeewent, into an_Invastlgitlon Ballard Snow Liniment Ce. .
i, president of the ..Atchfcon Topekaand be the time ,-; and later reported to the "
'.. practically In'a ,state of "blege, picked limit, and'repor d an ,.
j Santa\ Fe road.'and, ,M :Maftson; a 'amendment ea'ct. conference that It believed Dr. Wladrworth St. Lotd S. A. '
1. ; troops being stationed at all strategic ,, to that A minority *. U. ', ,.
,: points former agent of the Standard Oil. com- report, signed by fourteen membersof to be guilty of the charged I Is80LD
'" pauy in'I111nole., also testified. the preferred and recommended his suspension
The message in reality was less a committee said they deemed
throne, speech than a greeting and, Wllhoit, In the course of his testimony the extension 'of the time limit to for a year. This was done by ;AND JtKCOMMI; OLD; .v .

required only threo minutes for its aald that while in the employof six years unwise., 1 the. conference.Dr. ,

deliver q. the Standard he had In following A resolution was introduced by W,' :' Wadsworthclaimed at the time For: Sale at: ROBEI 50" 'S' DRUG 'STORE.

The emperor's. speech was as fol- put instruction of his superior officers R. Lamb.uth'and others, requesting/ ,that., a telegram from the member: ,
lt>"''': ; ,, bribed clerks In the offices of the college ,of bishops to appoint a' of hl8Hartwell church taking his Ida

I "Tha supreme power witch _gave railroads and employees of independent commission to meet u: similar commission I In the matter, and bespeaking his ir

me the care of our fatherland Impelled oil concerns to obtain Information of the Jegro'Methodl.t Episcopal rel'rollchabl.haract! ...:: r had been with- J ISSIMMEEEIVE2tEO'C''I'
me to call to ffiy assistance elected of the details of the business done church, appointed by'' the 'gen- held In some way from the Investigating <
by the rivals of the Standard Oil company eral committee.
representatives .of the people. In conference in session at Mem- '
the expectation of a brilliant future lie declared that agents of phis. Tlafpurpose) of this conference Dr. Wadsworth '.pcat11 pleased

for Russia, I greet In your peixmt the Standard Oil company are h@ld relates to the holding of the institutes over the decision: of Ibx, committee, ;

the best men from bo sets forth certain' facts not hitherto '
In their territory by Independent companies "1
I ordered my beloved subjects to of: educational work the pro '
choose from among themselves."A and that drivers of tank wag motion of missionary: effort "at :borne! brought out; BTEAMERLILLIID.' 8TKA1IKR RO8EADA&:, at!.:

difficult work lies before :you. 1 I ons- are expected to keep up their and abroad, and sucn '1ueBtlonl'al "Last November when, through ,the Captain Clay Johnson, Sr., Captain Clay Johnson: Jr lut '

trust that love for your fatherland and: Block by selling 20o;>> to 20-8 gallons may pertain to federation or union of prejudice and ill will of' the reigning Regular Meekly trips to Basslnger s'.&d return. ;Roseads leave.' Klaats.'

your. earnest 'deslro to serve. It will from a wason load of 200 gallons. lie the colored Methodist Episcopal oligarchy In the North Georgia conference nee Tuesday morning and arrives Klslmzn
Inspire and unite :you said twit tho Actual tests of tho prod- church with other negro MothodUt: ,nnd the Illegal procedure anl Special Charter Trip to Lk Okeecaube.' and Tort Mywra on t1.'hWla. .

"I shall keep Inviolate the InsUtu- ucts of tho Standard: Oil company to' churches !In the United States. unjust administration of the bishop Comfortable accommodation for passenger., Kate. reasonable.Th .

(lone which I have granted with the determine the Standard 'Oil! company The report 'o; the committee on, I was .-suspended for a year. I waa moat pIctur sQua' Waterway In,, norlda

I firm assurance that .y'Ieu will devote to determine the quality are caro- colportage was adopted, carrying withIt compelled to bring my .case before For Fassvoger. and Freight. Rates apply to '
all .your strength to the eerylcu of filly guarded and that when It was' provision for a tract fund of $10-: the bar of public opinion .CLAY JOHNSON SR-, Proprietor,

{ your country, and especially "to" the found necessary to cut the price to '000, to be used' in:,distributing tracts. "A '''favorable vetdlct, not only On board."Ulll," Klufmme're.l.. .

needs of tho peasantry, which are so meet; the figure of '. competitor, a The conference also adopted the report 'throughout Georgia, but' also the '

close to, my heart, and to tho education cheaper quality of oil' wa substituted of the special committee'. recommending south, wherever the ,article\ were .. ---.
M of the and their and guaranteed to be of a. higher read was the Immediate result I
people economical changes In the articles of 7JY'; '' A 'RVSSIAJ{' WOMAJf
1'eUare.rememberlng' that to the grade than It really, .was religion, allowing,foreign conferences .have not found .these.last five months .

( dignity and prosperity of the state, not Mr. Wllhoit said that frequently to substitute tho' names of their a shadow on the, face'of any road.woman -' y '
How recent history la, Russia appears many, bf Ut ladle*, to guard our estates
_only freedom but order founded tlpon three grades of oil were sold from the countries for;: the United State. ;[ or'chlht, whom I had known, .
r r Justice Is necessary. same tank by agent of the 'Stand-, The special committee appointed .o' and I ,have also had the confidence to a woman of the upper classes from: being burned thieved or
and sympathy of multiplied thousandsof ls told In' ajetter written by ber from pillaged Only with Cossacks; Bat ;I
!"I desire from my, heart to see my consider the Advisability of a lolnt
ard.The ; strangers who'bellevod"ln fair play. her home la.,Samara, eastern Russia you must have meant for this; those
pople'happy and hand down to my hearing was conducted by Attorneys commission to Brake a new statement who have none, get ruined.' 'Cossack
J. F. Jdarchand and F. S. Mo- I do not ,think It is putting U too "If anyone would come to this distract
Bon an empire secure' well 'organized. .of tho :Methodist articles of faith reported only Use" their whip when all'other
lift 4 ', and enlightened, nett for the government, and Com- .favorably and a lively debate strongly to say that tho action of the ," she says "the truth about the expedient falL .Cossack bv.'been

"1I1n1..Ood 'bles -the work that lies missioners Clemepto. Cockrell and followed, In which Bishops WHsou,' conference was odious to the great Russian peasantry might be learned. on some neighboring estate for eight
.5 :prouty .heard the;evidence. Johns B. masses' of Georgia Methodists.. This Here the peasant are rich, each having .
L before me In unity' wlth the council )( Moss and Candler took part, opposing ''. month. W* have not heard of, OM '
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of the empire'and';' imperial;dojma ,Miller: and )AO,:,,Eddy appeared t for "any' change while 'Bishop' Hen-: ,ho*,been very, comforting.me; '. Bin or more acres,:with cattleIn using a whip:" f 1t" y' wOn

-. a May tbls<;dayba'tho' day<,'of the the;;; :,;standArd;:. ..,.on.. .company, .. /L:'" 'I":;', 'I1i drlX, spoke for',broadening, the, work "'I have bided my time quietly, toel- abundance. 'Workmen cannot be obtained I returning ff&m..iw. .. 'were
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moral revival; off Russin -and the" day: ,, '' 'I )1<".";':' '," ... "n\1ol ,,'." of 'the 'church.:, .Bishop Galloway; put' tuB sure that'when. couldjproporlypresent ; not on account cf low wages r detained by the political strike la Mosv I

' tor,the renewal of Its highotfoiies: .COLD :SNAP,, DAMAGES COTTON. a atop to further discussion on the my case to ,the unprejudiced but because they are not free to drink i cow. -Every day, 'we went, out for r
"Approach with solemnity the labors part of bishops by saying he hoped court, which I believed the generalconferencb upon every occasion. la Russia every i bo'Dr"i pasting under barricades) 'and ,

for which/ I call you, and beN Feared ',That Much of the Crop Will that time "would-*never come when committee on' appcpls/ ':, to .,laborer! receives, besides his pay food: wltneadnt'bow one fired ,atf' the fcol-*

worthy of the responsibilities put,upon Have to. Be Replanted bishops would feel 'that they should be, that .I would secure a reversalof beating, lodging IInd'.traw and fighting, also r diem from ,attics, behind gates,'from
,f fees In wood
If he
the'verdict, ; ; comes crowd.*and from ,
had that a windows Never
Serious fears are entertained foY Yesterday I ,
you by the emperor and people. enter Into the discussions before the' with his family to live' on the :estate '
"May God 'assist us." the young cctton practically throughout conference; opportunity., Tho ,committee was one did we, see -a 'soldier,fire;first.
extra food I to
supplied him accordIng :
We ,,
had-always' time :
Courtiers -.lid spectators other than north Georgia and as far south Adjournment was taken for the day composed of 25 prominent men each. to the number of. people.' belter,before the to "get 'under
cannons fired. This
as Augusta on account of .front. Reports representing a different annual con
the memberofthe national parltaroent without the '
putting question to a vote. '
"Last autumn. 190S the doctor ordered Is ntit th*:place to peak of what:wehave1 .'
,, show there heavy frost ference. They-gave me In five,, minute .
was a
led the cheering, but the mem The venerable.Bishop John C. Gran-
to
mother
us take my to toW'llIJon / done for the peasant In the
,wayof
'. here were ominously .liont, expressIng In many sections and that it covered berry, of Richmond Va., occupied a an overwhelming vindication.. T our return we'found the'pealante school medicine!clothes;wood ant

\, <, neither approval nor disapproval.: practically the entire half of the seat on the: rostrum. His arrival have never felt humiliated alD\oment' had cut down all) our' best wood and general help. Landed proprietors;"ID-'R'
:
'." What rankled most was the failure state. made a,total of eleven bishops In at- by the prejudiced verdict of a majority sold It for money with which to'bur variably do much; yet those who ha..;. ,

j of the emperor to mention amnesty, The ybung ,cotton I I. 'up practically tendance upon the conference, comprising of the North Georgia conferenceof drink. Admonition,' threat;, per ua--// done most. have been the worst.
'A; and later, when the members ''assembled all over Georgia and in some places the entire congress of bishops ulno. I am glad now however, I ,sion were In vain ,Now' ,bow are;, : .: treated." i-; n
! 'i, In the Tau ride palace, away .from In north Georgia the,stands are two I that the story *f my complete exon-' ,

\ Irlf.... the spell of the throne room, many: I to thrao Inches high. After the approval of the minutes oration by the highest and largest ___-.1.1J
"'\.. of them were with difficulty restrained .' ,Bishop Cranberry was introduced and 'court''In' southern Methodism will find J SET DOCTOR; 'GAIJf.T7J .C OJ11' t .

: ed'from preclptatlng matters by offer A JOKE, SAY DRUGGISTS. made a }brier talk: He was given a Its way over' the entire country. 1 ,.
",' am glad to' be able to, tell the public '. ,
ing resolution on the subject. cordial/reception. A motion was unanimously -. Dr. John A.. 'Wesner;"'th* '' eminent turbed me In mj:semi-stupor. ,When
The constitutional democratic leaders Association Ridicule Roosevelt'* adopted to send a telegram of to' whom appealed. that I have bacteriologist practiced: physics In the .1' awoke-<*ur* enough ther. was a''

A'' however, who dominated every- Move Against Drug Trust. greeting to the Southern Baptist con- made goof my claim., wilds of Northern Michigan! : before, woman over the stove. .-' .
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thing were anxious not to weaken the The Proprietary Association of vention, which.met at Chattanooga on "WILLARD W. WADS WORTH. moving to Chicago fifteen years ago. Been frying a: .lot'of.' meat, have- I
'4 reply ;which the lower house will., prepare ..America on% of the defendants In Friday. The telegram said; Dr. Wadnworth entered the North His profe.slonal.call. there often tookr n't your I asked &
r to the. speech from the throne, the! petition filed by Attorney General! "The general conference of the Georgia conference SO years ago. He him Into the rattlesnake region.' One -">'No,' she answer.VI hav Just" ?. .
In which ,Issues with the crown will Moody for an Injunction to restrain Methodist/ Episcopal church, south, (was tr,1n feJltec!-to Knoxvlllo to suooeod spring night he was called to the rude commenced.. .*/ ',i '

: be Joined,' and succeeded In. staving certain associations corporations 'and sends greeting to the' Southern, Baptist Dr, Alonzo 'Monk, and' from that cabin: of a woodsman,' .some twenty 'Well,, somebody baa been aheadof
j off premature action. Individuals from controlling prices In'the : convention. The grace of our church went to Hartwell. He 'also miles away. A woman and her babe .yon cooking bacon: I said to her;',

The opening of the lower house of drug trade takes the petition asa Lord Jesus Christ be with you" made a trip,, around the world and were 111. And while It, wa charity 'and apparently enough of It.to"supply;

.parliament was preceded by a religIons Joke. .. A committee "of physicians submitted v>! wrcte 8eeral,60ck.) among then work; nevertheless he,responded. . all the logging' c.mpI'between,.her*, ,;I
.::, service thanksgiving in .the "How can they enjoin ua from doIng to the conference a resolution 'Tho Gonting: Kingdom," published i Just before''daybreak his.patient and 'Duluth.' Ui
8'89 '' were quieted and he had fallen asleep, ," 'Ob she replied. : aolae'y)
.1 big corridor In front of the hall. what we are not doing they adopted by the medical association of In ] anl "Among the. Orientals,, no. That
: i published his return from his extended As the doctor was tired out be asked, you heard was Pete's rattler over
'v TIja only genuine Hashes of Ore male. "The whole thing 1* ,absurd. Alabama opposing the insertion of on ;
if he could not He down somewhere.In there Ja ,that bog head.* and' lifting
.' which showed the real 'temper of the There Is 1M such thing a* a druiltrullt. certain medical advertisement.In re- tour He followed this with ;'
4 I the rear of the cabin was a small the I cover she'showed' me a mass of
t n ." The Teacher's Value In the Foreign
members of the house were when Professor I Iglous papers.NICARAQUAN. ; '
Field.". detached room used for a kitchen.' In wriggling.- writhing 'red-skinned ,rattlers .
,, : ..I- Mouromtseff who" had been'If' .'.'I this was a cot and be soon was dream- i -about,200 of them 1 did not,
'r"h elected president t of the house,.Invit NO PLACE FOR CHILDREN. OFFICIAL SLAIN. Ing., : wait for breakfast; but hastily-exanv '
... government officials and clerks to THIS IN NORTH CAROLINA. t ".
"Presently was awakened said inlng the sick .again saddled my/
". leave the hal, and when Ivan Petrun- Pastor .Advice Against Their Attend. Minister of Foreign Affairs the Victimof the doctor, ,"by'' the t noise of frying' horse and hit the trail back to town.,
kevltch, la a few eloquent words from A1usNn. dirt of Twelve Years Convicted for meat. It continued for a long while, And not'since that experience/ {
the rostrum, told the! auditors that the Ing Spectacular Revival Meeting. an Defending' Her Honor so It'seemed. I was there for a couple continued: the doctor, '"have I been t

first thought of the parliament shouldbe ,Rev. C. B. Wilmer. rector of St., Mr.< Coea. the! Nicaraguan ,minister The Jury' In the case. of Susie Han- of hours and all doting that time, .., able-to eat' 'tried. bacon-Ct2oaa. .
i 1 for those who had l suffered In tha Luke's' Episcopal church Atlanta, at Washington bas received a cablegram non. ,a it-year-old white girl, who the same dull. ,,crackling; ,sound. dl". \American. .. .r f

cause ,of liberty who now filled' the sprang ''a 'sensation In ,his Sunday stating'that' Adolfo Altamlpmo.: had been on trial for two days at .. h ; *,.' ,

prison and "Wh.-e arms were stretched morning sermon when'he stated that the Nlcaraguan minister of foreign Concord. N. Con, the charge of ., : 'i

," out 1n ho ie"and confidence to the .be ,,could not,, advise parent to send affairs. ,' bM been' assassinated murder.. returned' verdict fining her J -

r peoolo's representatives.' the!' children of his congregation. to Tne'stitte department bas received guilty of manslaughter, t

The house of parliament adjourned attend the special meeting for children a dispatch'from James O. Bailey, the The girl shot and killed a young 4 .

over, with the opening exercises of conducted by Dr. Torrey and Mr. American charge at Ban ,Jo e, Costa man named ,Stack at the residence TPRINI'ING 'rr
A the council of the empire and ajso Alexander, evangelist Rica, confirming the report, but gly of ber father. The defense alleged JOB ::

-'' '" \p permit the committee of the constitutional He ,objected because of the fact InK no details.:. that the girl fired to protect herself. "
democrats to consider'the reply : that he did not know what 'would 'fha"judge, charged the Jury that the A "

to the speech. from the. throne.' be. .don, orv, said. at the meeting SLAVS CHEERT/UVkERICAN. girl should be. found guilty",'ot manslaughter 'Id'ii t'Uir.TO': : NKWCsWgH: ABVKHTISIMQ.THkVeVMtTADVgftTISINa : '. : i ) ;
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eER1000BLY TRAiN! SMASHES, TROLLEY CAR. Ambassador MeLJnlza
MB8-, DAY18:"--i. '" ..ILL... ,, .1 ',-'" i ;"4 " ,.:..::', d,teraburg. w . . 'BOWS IN SUBMISSION. :- 'have.:beCil :very! ,f rt.ate" Ili', securing (jfchV, ';"a: r

,' 'f Widow.. President of Confederacy Two, ,Men. Killed, One Fatally. and 8evral <,,A ,St. _Pot erihdrg1-dispatch says? tj -:. ;:' $ 'services' of''one bf the best'and;most experieneedprin'tefs .
'. HurtA Ambassador ,Meyer bas accorded. ,a ,Turkey'Ace.ptarD/ntanddefth.'srit. '
Seriously
Ha*, Attack. of Grip ? IJi, TJHE : .TEand'are now able' tp'
roualnS'receptloo"'irtm '
the 'crowd In 4
'th.Chttao.OOta'SOGthem'raflroad
v president MfijJefferson; the:; Davis..widow'of southern: confeder; the* !I ', train on"struck'a street'car' onthar; fl't'nt.rof ibo";Taurlfle: garden j>on";; theorcisldn ";'TheITurklih'rgovt' Ieln'GOvernmen4: +rnmeut' 'thaw jio.teptod'tte
? ''U.dangerel&8l7.m.of. the" grip.la :electrfc.llne. ,..Ca $rp.l n.c..,peartav,. 'of tha'oWnlng parliament ,, the leaditiff',styles.. 1'BKe 'clas:'of' '*writ 'turned '
f tor Apartments In the. Hotel'GerardInl city' limit of Chattanooga 'Friday A* he drove:up'them was tremendous'chedrlng \' denaanda,of, Great Britain tout'by US'' isacknowlelfred'to be. ('the" ,F NESTAnil
weve':'1tUed.une for the representative.:of.IreaAmerica. eonditlbiafy>j wipol 'aatlclpated;; R "" '
uorntng." Two men, \ : ,,\1. '
K t; ,;West',Jforty-fourth : ,treet,: :New, +> } w5T bt' any: printer*..
York city.! A*' Mrs.,,Davl U nearly .fatally.lifjrired, teteral badly hurt and .. Tbe'Jfepbte wonted] ttf ta k" ; '-tb't!a au"'bit.. "' lImtnalT ,to \ ,II. *. . j -
,," brulaed\ '"cut out the bps\\leJ'; and draw the sunbar il '\ '
nearly every passenger : cccepta of \ '
:eighty. ..year old It'It feared a tthe. the' complete Cl' the Brit'Ish ..... ; e !JK JM')' I'i''
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'OI', tched.' l"be 'was pack*!. sador's carrltta.wlth t&fllr hands hu ' '
"attso"; be''r.&aL.\IX-: U cr car demands't- regard rto the .Tababbotnvdary /

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1h6Kisslnllc6ValleuGazette. EVERGLADE DRAINAGE -

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. ro al.l.... .v.arstory INJUNCTION STANDS.

',Offleej; tu Valley Uatttte Halloing" ,
I".INN. KNttt:;'ttl.At'I'UNTY.FI. SutnmerGoods

>11----W.; LIIA..IS. Editor sad prornela. Motion to Modify Denied. by Judge ;
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-* _rt...... will-, plow bOUI7,... olll..if Locke Ibis Morning. .
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i(i.rey fall I*$.I tbs v f ----
';.tI The Valley Gazette received this .
tram onorotborbed
AlI.lloo. opi .
eorr >pon, *b.. morning the following telegram from --" .
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Col. P.
A. Vans Agnew, why weal to
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a.j *t d Batter will oat'"* rottirnvd' uulvs "
.allod for. Jack.onvrilelastnigh: to represent '

'. .vurd. $1 lb.re.orr.. . in K-.slmm.*. F1.. his client Ib' a--bearlng' >efore' Judge , > : .
-a s..ooedala.m.llwar" r. Locke on a motion to modify the Injunction -
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-inaxvBlPTtoN; RATES.On obtained scunetltne l.i the ., -
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opy; jresr > : .
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Oa..Ib..ooLb.. ...... M The.t.elelram follows, and .1.* self; .. . "{ ,. ., ,, ,,' f ,
explanatory; >* -. ,". :,''':;,0'' ,c,':' t"" 1'1 ;.'"" >,, : co'\ "; "" '"
Friday{ May 18, ..1000.E" f " : : ," '" : ,:
Jacksonville, Fla. \:" :c'\: '
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The Republican-Register of' a I Valley Gazette KUglmraee. " , :.. ,
subscriber 'who paid $23 back subscription , V. Motion to modify Everglade Injunction . "

and did pot stop the paper... : denied by JudgeLocke this. mornIng : : "
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ThI.1'- surely wbnderul.| When a .; Original' injunction stands, Coolers ;. ;: : I

r mao gets three years behind be generally - P. A. VANS, AONEW. : < .
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disputes the account, gets mad ... '. r1 ''.' . "ST'AN'FO'R'O .
.nd'aa'a, ."Biop: .'..titlaoket.1._ blank I Kanner( & Co's Big Sale. ..- ; ;,' ,

paper."' M.Kaoner&; '; ;; Co's Big Reduction j : \ .\" : '

4 Sale has been la progress since Alon'' Canopies v' '" fvHammocks : : . ,
An alleged Cuban prophet 'some ; ;:i ' ;' '" ".': <
time ago made' the '''prediction; thatQuba day last, and has been attracting customers ,,..... j ; CARSON : >? ,
)would" be, destroyed by either from near and far. They .. ", I'' ," : ,
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!an earthquake'or tidal 'wave, between agree to pay railroad fare for out of :' < : : :

t the 15th and 20th of the present'tnontfa. town customerii coming "from. nearby -

Some humorously Inclined (Individual towns"' and trading n ve dollars or more iGRAVES ,

Tampa, knowing the_Cllbaoa' to be at their store The' sale will continue : ; -_
very'superstitious, circulated the report till June 1st, and they ...111. have alarge ,
? In that city ''that the prediction stickof well ('elected (roods, Baseball '

bad coma true,.and as a'' result the which they are selling at jfr ..tJ.re. ood'c' nAll'

Tampa papers have been kept busy. duced prices. Read their adv. In the \ WARf'COMrANY

thisweek denying the report.MTh. .. supplement to this Issue of the Valley .

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next Fair In November. This is a disappointment ,
careful Inspection of the names of '
it hoped that the "
as was
the candidates nominated in Tuesday'sprimary ,
hold the fair InJanuary, :
movement to '
discloses'the fact that the affairs -
would succeed.' The two fairs held InNovember LINEHarness ,
of the county as well as of the!
have showfl that but a smallnumber ,
public schools passes Into almost entirely
of visitors down to they :
are
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new hands. Of the old board of .
Fair from outside of the State, where --
county commissioners but one member , ,
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i thousands could be In 'ii
.a, January,
was reoomlnated, and all'the members and
doted to "hiIt the, Fair. We believe ( Saddles
ui of the school board are new men. .
t .the directors. have made a mistake, a. pasafnll i
It Is but fair to state In however '
it will be difficult to create an interest
that no members of the old
for 'another. November Fair.-Ft.. .
boards, with the exception noted, were
.Mien Press: i'.Osceola candidates for renomination.' 1et

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county's system of leasing r i if'
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Tallahassee a noted resort: for i '
county condet.' ,b..a proved Jaultv pretty visiting girls. During: the season 4. +++++++++++++- : a1NN1'NIMN* ".-5XI
sod should be remedied by the county r- jul
there are always a number of
Commissioners at the earliest tlm handsome visiting girls here. Just s 1 Home C. A. CARSON Pr..ld..t. N. C. BRYAN, S.cr.l.ry. sip 'J,..
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possible.. At least in two cases 're there three
now are unusually Charming T 3EX E
>coolly,prisoners have been convicted PEAK i
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girls vlllt.lolC'"rleo'a here: Miss
fi and turned over to tbecoDilct.le"aeea. : Mabel Parker of Klsslmmee, 'Who, Is
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who In turn sub-leased- them to other Restaurant I Waters & Carson
Mrs; Rufus i E. Rose's guest; Miss l Grocery Co.

parties'who practically turned them Imogen Woollen of Uarton, Tenn, ; : OffE :
; 'loos' and allowed them to go free, requiring ,
i who Is' with Miss Ethel Uollowsy, and + --- -Whol.HU only that they pay the amount Mrs. Gary A'decrombie, of Pensacola, i THOROUGHLY RENOVATED. |i it '
each month that 'required by the the pretty >guest of 'Miss'{ '' Genevieve I GR0C-E: :: Rj S
county,for their hire. This amounts ,
;. t J''' Parkblll.-Dally Capital., NEW MANAGEMENT. ,
prexstlcally to paying a asmall fine-DO . .. I
_ .' 'Installment plan-for serious off Col. Bennett '!-a prominent attorney t'- : 1 r + i
'' ';: + COUNTY' AGENTS! FOR ;t 1;
.Dse.- -Why not- work Che convicts.. from Volusia. county came down ''yesterday < ;
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.dw.tb.: ';county road. "a. Orange .to attend. clrotilt court. .. Dont be Cross ; fWe serve. the best meals. ., II A : Y, 'Ii
Veounty/ does ? ,f .,"ft ; *.--;.V.\ .*' s'\", ,\ '- \ '. '.,' .r ; I ?,': Clean:., comfortable. beds?, fElegant p Celebrated Fertilizers, . CRATES' _.,

$ ,: .1 ), Stop,?,., -Grumbling.\: \ If, when cooking, you get .service. ..:(:'careful,i,..,. :'GitAlN 'E T 0. .,
Good Advice to the Negro.r it'u : : '
suffer .frbm7Rheumatl.nt- or ,attention is given "to all!.$(;':"' :; __ -_ '. ; n v ClrcnUra mud Price. . _
.,_. The Orlando\ Reporter-Star Is in re- pains far Ballard'. Snow Liniment poor results. It m-ay The ideal home for travelers Ferrl.a.d or Appllcatloa. '
celpt of a letter from s. M.. Mosely, will bring quick relief. It is a sure fault bill I ,
t ((bo, mayor of 'pstonvllle,; Ve' only o;re for Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted notbe.. your and tourists Reason- I J

eirro Incorporated town in the. United Muscles and all pains t-aqd the fault of the ingr-- able rates Come and |i HIDES FURS WO.OL J

"S: ,States; so'iar as we kook: '''Mosley) within the reach of all. Price 25o COo, investigate. I II .
'' :gives some good advice to' his:' race, 1.00. C. R. Smith: :-Tenaha, Tea, I.. clients you have.used. I

claiming that; the white man is a much writes: I,,have used Ballard's Snow _ ----==- -- I Cousztr r Produce J

'bet.te.' .'friend to the cerNt!' than the LInlmetat In my family; for year* and YOURGROCERIES W. ". SMITH, 'l"l'I: : i_ :=:::::: '
a negro'lII to bh .lf. lie advises thext have found it a .fine remedy for all I ., .
negro to try and secure the good will pain and ache.: I recommend It for OJ UN and, you will find ++++III I.I. ' .

(;lot the white man by working faUhfuHy pains Id the chest. Sold oy Rober- everything nbsolutely 1 .: ATL.ANTCCOAST'LINE q- --- t
son's Pharmacy. .Ice Cream and Cold SodaAT
f .and by Investing: his money In a borne "
for himself rath than loaf theitown fresh/! pure and satis )
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-c streets and drink'whiskey. GFfBAR R SHOR factory. In the end QUINN'S THE THROOGH.. CAR LINE FROM. FLORIDA.. .
Where can I get ray Laundry'dooe? ,
;Good Roads. Bring Automobjies. it is cheaper to buy I I Why* leave' It with Quinn ": '
WILL--- OUYTOIt. Barter.Now son Moaday and Tuesday lie C3ONIMBC7TION8.to 1
Tuesday noted the really good Groceries.
we fact
that Mr. return It. In first-class shape will 1 -
'lobo\ Cook;'would'bring up from"tiaD- Open for !Business/ I Over its own Rails to Savannah. Charleston': j

;\ fort lhree.pew Premier: ""automobiles Patrick's Old Stand ...HOGAN, & FLOYD... i Also cleaning, pressing and dyeing I 'Eastl Richmond and Washington; thence Via Penn- .,.
: clothes at living prices. .
fvr citizens of this townWe'were .. j sylvania-Railway.

y OD hand when" these machines ,NEW CHAIR, opoooooocooooooooooooo Qulnn Edmbnson I Is. agent for the 1 (Via Montgomery) Louisville __ $
jK'WestEast and 61
arrived and our breath Tampa Steam Leave it at. Nashville- .1 d
.rll'akeu away:at the'-magnificence/ was NSW: ; RAZORS W. L. Van .Dulor Co. Jack Dimon's Laundry.shop just across from and "Dixie Flyer Rout "_Via Atlanta. # 9

J; ,.of these,o isebee oa tires. They are NEW EVERYTHING .. J.' W.'Thoms'psOn's. store, Klsslmm'ee' VI. Savannah *; Oean Steamship Company iw .
=_ Fla. :he New.York, Philadelphia and Bostin/Tla Norfolk
0 pf'the highest type In their class and Steamer to New York

J are models of beauty. Two of them ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... B .R O'--K E: R S HAIU IS'-SANA TO.RIUM. via Savannah and.Merchrtns Washington: and Miners and Baltimore Transport '
{ are valued at <2. OO:each and have .. Via Sfcams fp. tatton Co.:; for Baltimore and Philadelphia j t
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_ e 'been purchased by, Mr.' Brazton, on NO .r-"v: West ftnfHftvftua. -----
SURQERY. AND GENERAL MEDICINES. Key Via Peninsular & Occidental
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,Beacham and Mr. Ni; O. Overstreet.The REAL ESTATE' Onto Houn. to 1,1 to e.. I Steamship j
Company
other Is Just as fine of Its type and FOR SALE'Truckf 1 OR. O. D. CHRIST, .'I.'.
AND INSURANCE BYE. AND THROAT, Ron'nl the eelebr.ed'rain.. Ned Ynrk a .
belongs Mr. John Fuller.. Offio BAR.Hour.NOSE,8-30: to 1.1&0" LImited,Cblc"O" Florida Limited and Dlais J"lnr.' p.vlal' Florida .od "'... 1.. .... .

'Orlando for. LM.Ize perhaps of has the town more,than automobiles any- lots... ...,$25.00: each OOOOOOOOOOOOOO. . ORLANDO. -. FLORIDA.. I Quickest Schedules Superior Service. ,.

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G pl_ la the Stats and by'next' season 2 12 acres with .maU.hou... . .$176.00Cottage ---- ... of
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it :we'should'not be surprised'' if there ,3 rooms and ball, . .$350.00 NORTH eu6c'aeyt a6 r(1u6 si H.T 8 Fool.rota..tb4utor.te..okedule.eleconsuls' 'J. G. KUKLA 'D. !DlTlslou P......th.J'nrpl.Folder..r A.t nt.! ramps' ,.or ria.rmnxntmletta.... 'tS.. .

shoald be double 'Ss mady. as' ;clue.when 2 orange groves and bouue..12200.00J.M.WILLSONJR. t KISSIMMCE. PHONE NO. 0. p' W. J. CRAIG, Paa.eoserTrante.N'Q"'.. *llmln.top.N. C. :
1 What "oeli.bInr.cf:/denote..? \
''Nothing more'or'less than. that' the ; '

1,. ;,:oondltions superirtootberplaces.better for; .automoblllog, road.are lc. W. GRIFFIN i W.RMAKINSONCOMPANY: r

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object lesson.. ProY ide"' still better c'l h
:roads:: 'Put tbe"best' "efforu- possible = AGENTS. FOR :
Fancy Family Groceries ;. Fresh MeatS.
Intorpads.. .{Increase the inducements -:
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f r"-jDal for) others folks' to here buy who'' machines are 'automobile and to. l : Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing f g' Company J

crai/'.:.; That Is tfie sanest thing to do OP QAINBlSVILLsf., PLA 7'
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'1 s-Iiepgrier-Star. '"_ Vi ; .A. Lid-sob Ir...ta'a.. ; ....t mi Urn.:' 'Delivery Every Day at !-ny.HouK. Patronage Solicited. .' & .

th Lr a9Merved i .. time. .all,,should be :g1. iP, i1F-: -i1nYnYnYnpnY'SVr'pr- -+nOnwr'Yn' 'IF'Yrt' n Makers .of High:.Grhde, Fertilizers,
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pig,! i *>y every mother.. It Is ofMB :Haggard*. Tablet ', ". ""I
.' a-source: of the'greatest toilet. to Spedtk It.eathe :' m :.. 'of Ail kinds.Orange ., "
Always Fnfl 'Na1
'}.MOW whether OP'not a'child"wilt 'delop'a .od Suppositories .. .. .

.:. | case; after, having been *x1071 i doe....".tJiM.. cai I.LdBeitios,Net- .Tree Fertilizers a, Specialty.
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DM&r. cKw. I '. Laxative Rromo Quinine t. - __ _
'" -aipear,.'on the fourteenih. Ctaif; .........:; ......... LM ViUfty. ...! ..pbsJtddr.i..S'Ptlwr.k. : .' .
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i ds\r;'..aoarlet /ever*"fourth day; ,tI.a'si SOs.per.. W.., r tiny iiQ; b w ..iir .ia'CoW in'One'Diy Grip in Two. ob.Woak.:; Neatly. ,:arid, Promptly. Executed... at Tills:,Office.
9u*, Vswlllh 4ayj, pbOid'/ever, i. '.AdcIi.i c to "'
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[:.-... ,<;;/'h( .j>)> -" ,.t't t ,') .: ')' "They arsi good, for Dome us what'I lt you want to'keep pao steel on 'ideal Jl6 ,
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'- . ,Supplement' -The 'His',:rimesAValley''Gazelle", May '1$,, :19O6., 0 : :t-. ; I'i "

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NINE' & : 'I Sheriffs pats to and. ,fro ..among our BIG; CATTLE DEALER DEAD. .The- Editors m*. ..,

people summonsing witnesses and ; I
MURDEREDNEAR .0 The newspaper edltor'scbalrls) not.aneasy
jurors to .t.teod.tbe adjourned term ofFhe :
MILTON.
one during a" State and countycampaign
court*, and the busy politician' is Dr.. H. T.., ',Lykes., of Tampa..' '
his goods for not by a. long/ shot. Between
hawking theapproarh! 'J
[ this bustle and .. ''Pa Away.. ,, the, various politicians and
Great Indignation Prevails Among ng pr1m.rT1..11' .J j -
T." ', workersthere is but on ,side -lbe>,
confusion the knowing'ones' are wisely ; Dr. Howell Lykesone or'tbe
Citizens....$ ,OOO Reward For estimating future prospects, regalIng bests known men'and most respected opposite, and they e but One, way
believing that the editor nwtrlook
e& b.ot.bel'Ylt.b Imaginary banquet citizens of South Florida: died at: as
Apprehension of Assassin. look, matter what the result.
they
no
of luscious fruits which are, to 11:30 a. m. yesteruay at;>ls home pear '
l If be don "tote" with 'them'.and
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decorate the tables during our .future Ballast Point; death resulting.from"7;
i PensacoUf May, 14 ;The bodies of b.rbecue-.oo.od soundly .log general breakdown brought about by let them dictate the policy of his paper' "-

'an- Itinerant preacher named, Acker 'bur late candidates, for their< failure a paralytic stroke of several "weeks" and utterances be Is act I! down as afoot

man, hip wife and seven, ,children, the to do-the'portion that, was set' apart ago.. f and out goes thepail: ,,thai be,"Is"*. 1&

'Oldest about 14 years,"were"found In for( them In this Import.aut. movement. Dr. Likes had tot been In' the' best 'working against the: 'Interests"' ''of the
.tberula. of their bows this morningten town, county and State. They would
of times has of health time.
The excitement the not i for some For the past,
: run him out or have life !
Milton Santa paper goto
of Rosa
miles north ,
seriously effected! our. rural friends, I few weeks be bad,been very ill and perdition
or some other warm place.
county.m
their decimated forces continue. to I for *.'week bad, only.been able to reciognlce \
each Then, there Is the ,communication
of the nine bad
The skulls of '
turn. the furrow and handle -the, boe Immediate members of his
been crushed, evidently before the i writer' and correspondent who per
so that our crOp'pro'Pecte ,are still family, < ? ..
building was fired. and the bodies slsts heard ao and 110-6: candidatespeak -
-' bright and the bog and hominy : Be was '
native
question .
were scattered about In the ruins a? of South Carolina.Florida at a certain place and that be ,

Ackerman'.body;:; was. found .near Is being rapidly ,settled. : ,i however, was" big adopted'Islhe only one In the race for that certain -

the'door of the bedroom., . Our Invalid' art on the road to recovery State and it ,was. In South Florida office which be .ee1r...-Immediately

, Mrs. Ackerman,'who gave birth to the trrepresiable Arch having that Dr. Lakes made' the *uoces*. lq np Jumps another feUowymoved by

.a child last Friday, ,was ,found ''with been: able to attend the first session of. life that has made him known throughout partisan bias, aDd shouts !*:'It'sa lie!"

her Infant.ontb* ,outside slll., of' the the court and at "present writing' "is the'length and .breadth of the.nom- Then }here' is.t.befelJow, ', who ahakes ,
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front. door of the house., ** making every preparation to return I mon wealtb.' j'1 bit finger'at the editor. ,arid'says he,
w The bodies of the chlMren.. 'weN a second time. 'Mr-:,.Job, Williams Is : He moved to Bernando 'county a'piloted more about John Jones than
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found near where their beds had again able to use his lame foot to considerable : number of years ago, living at. Spring be did'about'BUI Sailtti,"and that he

w: stood. advantage: .Dd't.be'balance Hill,, uear.Brooksville. For many) Is no good anyway...._ "
' Tb crime was discovered this morD.I' of us hairs: nothingserious. to, ,complain rears he bad been the acknowledged ], Thus it goes The editor is between
a Ing by parties with whom .Ackerman 6f."I.*'': ,;.. cattle kingof, this HCt'loo. bringing the millstone with both 'sides grind-

had an appointment.' 'Land' speculations" are woo so rite 'aa I his stock to Tampa and hlppUg'; them,1,1to the, aud the day finally comes' when

The residence was In ii sparsely>> rattled they were and the democratic, roosterIs : Cuba from Ballast. Point,: where be be'wisbes'all the politicians and their'

o locality and the nearest'; teighbor preparing his shrillest notes to ring I maintained large cattle docks.. I'crazy supporters .were.at the bottom

was. nearly a quarter of a mile away Forth In honor of the victors. at the 'Dr. Lykes was,,a very successful 'of the deep blue sea_ ,-MlamV: Metrop

r ,. 'Ackermsn, moved'..to this: 'section approaching primary. financier. and through the cattle bust*., i olis. ,
from Ocala about three years ago. John and Smith, Drawdy returned ness accumulated a great deal of money ,11
lie was regarded as a good citizen to Whittier' from' &lImmee .during which heJ j reforested- stock. I To Cure s!Cold In Ore DsyiTake

and was hot know to bare bad any the past: week and they in unison with Other moneys he devoted to the.'pur Laxative.Bromo Quinine' Tab .
lets. All refund
druggist t.be'mooeT
s enemies who would commit such a the Patriarch who returned; liter, accompanied chase of real estate. I If It falls to cure.. E.W. Grove's signature -
h< horrible deed. by Shermani; .'oommepdedthe Other moneys be devoted to the pleasure : is,on each box. '50., f'
The greatest Indignation -Is felt management of the Lake House In and comfort, of his family and education -I

among the citizens who.' have .offered the. highest terms and complimentedMrs. of big ,children. He owned "

1,000 ,for' the apprehension ,the. Benton on' her management) of oonsiderablevitluable, 'ProJfrtllD: 't.blal LOW RATESSOUTHERN' ,

assassin.: ., .* , the culinary department, these gentlemen city,, the Almerla block being one of i ,YI ....
'They bave'also appealed' to the governor can be relied on In an eolourlan his most valued possessions' i '

: to, offer a,reward In_ behalf of sense as the delicacies. "the: season The,deceased had been a citizen. of : RY.a ,
*' the State. rr.ce'Lbe table' the'. Drawdy man.sloa. this county about' 15 'years, :mdvlng'' .
Y here : Bernando Bis ,$3 .40
county
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.' Rlgta* Remedy.' The railroad question t* still booming life here baa always _beep' tin,,.exemplary New a.MDt Conn.; 'and return.Tickets ..
Men and women who suffer from In. sale June 2-6,. limited June
and In on
one, both In public
friend Arch has, ,the biggest Qrh .
our .
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.. Extension June 30 1006.
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1'1TII., digestion, Nervous Debility, Consti-- kind of"a bee-bulling In_his.:.ear, OQ rate,-T.mpaTribune' Monday. Baltimore. : Stopovers
I 'j troubles W... j ,. .. Washington. Philadelphia.
,. nation, Kidney! and.Bladder ; this' subject.Individual' plans and .i.M.,1. A.V f _
Lost Vitality, and all kindred dls .A Ottarsmteed Care for Pile '. ? "> ,* ,*r v* ,.-*.."
.Y 'eases,will find, ,relief by using:Bag- specifications ,are abundant and :'it Itching, blind,. bleedh l'', protrudingPales. i ."rr .. 35,9"i.f..I.. .. -, : '.. ". .....
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been SO years on the market and have rolled up by Some :our: :speculative refund money If PAW.OINTMENT> fall .1'111)3, 1006.. Stop-orera. Wa.bloll'C f

+ k- "- demonstrated,,- their: paramount, heal citizens is fearful to contemplate.: to cure In.6 to 14 days, BOo) ton, Baltimore. .Philadelphia. ,. New.
!(- '+lng, and ,health-giving, qualities York.
,0 Our cows art not yet, In .the fall ... ... -
: Send'for book of wonderful cures 'XI trwat. ,14.65
i k', '"our druggist 'cannot supply you prime of mllkabla' life'nutrlolous but our May elements i!, 'Among Asberllle. N. C.; and ..return. Tickets ' .
. ( they will be sent prepaid upon receipt. showers are' adding/ .t..E, ] on sale June 7, 8; 9 14:15,,10, llm
ofprice.:' ,Pe: box 60ot.. Address .. to the grass to such an extent Weekly, ted June\ 27, im.. < ,' 1.
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look to futureIn
that we' a near
: t Haggard Specific: ,Co.'Atlanta'; ; Oa.;., o#.f...... / $20.40. : r' .
which our country will flow' with -
Louisville K,., and return. Tickets '
1 aM a#+lF ad+L41is+asd...ltdif a+ti. .+kaV. milk: and'perhaps little!honey thrown 'We have 'been baring'. some very. on sale June 104 11,', 12. limited' ',
; ; In.. cool'windy weather for the past :week. June 23.. Extension July.23,;:IbOO.
:: h 'W'ath.r:Neighbors. at:Whillier. Our beautiful swamp has saved .the Mr..'r. A. Bass is on the 'sick Ifst $25.83 : '

::1*', ',Reported leach Week by (XI I. C.. i drainage; commission; any further consideration this week,:we bope to see her up again 'Bo''SprloR', Va.. amid return. "Tickets ,"

4 : : of its future .by allowing) very soon.+ on sale June \\p, 10,11,'limited JUDe '4-,
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well 1906.
, nature to drain it without cost. to. the; The crops are looking very 4 Vf -

'; Rls'og barometer'and 'falling) ,.tbermometor taxpayers.. ,. fOur considering the dry.weather.. $16.66 .
.' o have marked the 'weather friend Early has discontinuedthe I There Isn't any news down here the Knoxville., Tenn.;'and ..... rn.'Tickets '.

f" .conditions for .t.bepa": week. Miss "mall carrying business and Alec school picnic Is the latest news whichis on sale June 17, 18. 10, 23, 24, 30, '. .

May,bas thrown off her robe of modesty :Bass bas taken his placethe latter Is to be on the 8th of 'June, "we' are July Extension, 14,-Sept.15. limited SO, 1900y.fifteen" days o' "

, : and enveloped! herself In'a man- up to date In every particular and is making arrangements tjbav* a nice '
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;. 'tie borfowed from".that;old, flusterer'Madame doing mall service to the satisfactionof picnic sad we sincerely hope i.bai, all. I ,' "

,'. March and our people do pur citizens.., Not having anymore who attend will enjoy themselves, as Asbvllle 00 sale, JUDe N.:C.;*and* n'return 28.c limited Tickets ,

not appreciate. the change; wind :rand; to say will close out., we art going to try to make then do. July 10,;1000. :: .' .
.' :dust; art not pleasing: In their:,manner y bile going home from school one : ,
whm taken aeparatelyfb.it when combined Do Toms'Love Talast week a soaks bit Nettle Bares $16.Z8"Monteagle. $

the.:effect, Is, ezeesdingly..dis-. the small ''daugbterof Mr.,. George Tenn., and returq. Tick- r
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"IE : : your. baby You :wonder why be eta OD sale June 20r0Ju'.y' 3. 5, list,
p.t "agreeable, and we bave been .submitted cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream Bayes.. The bite did not prove ,fatal tied Aug ,31: 1006. Extension Qc.311006. ; -
: : to this unwelcome combination for Vermifuge and lie will never ,cry. though aba hain't beenable to attend . .
.?a several. .days: Light showers bow- I Most babies have' worms, .and the i school since. :$32.10 "
mothers don't know It. White's .
'!:,.A :ever sbmewhat ameliorated this state Cream Vermifuge rids the child of I Stood Milwaukee, WIs., and return. Tick
,.' ,f., of affairs and as pro.:',Guy appeared worms and cleans-out Its system' In a Ha* the.Test Years ets on sale Aug.. 10r '11,, '12, limited
.-. 'at'an opportune'moment with' the'' .divine pleasant way., Every mother should The old, 'original,( Orove'e Tasteless .AuII'| 221906. -
"' keep a bot.t.leolt.bt. medicine the 'what Passenger and ticket office, 108 W..
Ft ; n assurance of the Master;, we.have Chill Tonic. You know you are .
house. With it, fear need never enter Bay St. ,Phone .743. .
,":;oJ,. managed to stem the tide without much] her mind.- Price.25c Sold by Rob taking:, It Is iron .and 'quinine in a J.. a.1.USK.

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,Supplement-The Klsslmmee'. Valley Gazette, 1,8, .!.", .

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NINE MURDERED Sheriffs pass summonsing to and ,fro witnesses.aibong and ourpeople I ,. BIG:; CATTLE j DEALER) DEAD.: ,% The Editor's- Chair. .-Ijl,,'-:':$$

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Jurors to attend the adjourned) term of ,
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\v\, 'HfAR MILTON. easy one during a' State and county i!."'.;
the( court, and the busy' politician, Ishawking Dr.. H. T.. tykes, of' Tampa':'campaign by..a long Shot Be .. '''''1
his goods: forth*-; approa.btnll '
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*.* Passes Away. tweea .politiciansand ;
t.berarlou.
d' amid all this bustle and
Great Prevails Among prjmaryji ,
Indignation workers. .there Is bujjx>neslJ<*-the. .j
confusion the knowing ones'are wisely Dr. Howell T. Lykes,--oneof the ,'
opposite, and they. see but one way,' ." \
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Citizens---i,000;
Reward estimating. future prospects, regalIng bests known meb-and most respected '
believing that the editor must look as :
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each other with Imaginary banquets -, citizens of South Florida died at '
Apprehension of Assassin. matter what the result. :
look,
near they no : .
of luscious fruits which are: to 11:30 a. m. yesterday ai.liis home "' \\iii
j, If be don.' "tote" with them and .l. ,
decorate the tables during our future Ballast Point, death resulting from'general a '
Pensaoola, May 14-The bodies of ; barbecue'season, .aDd soundly abusingour \ breakdown brought about bya let; them dictate the policy of his paper'' : .\ \'

'an Itinerant named Acker- their failure of several weeks and utterances he Is setdown as sT1fool 't"f','''I:::u
preacher our candidates for paralytic stroke , ,}
and out the wail that. he Is .:. "'." ,
man, his wife and seven children, the to do the. portion that was <>set; apart .lto. J. I t I goes R
working against the Intere,... of the' v m'fj'town'county
'oldest about 14 years, were found in for. them in this Important movement. Dr. Lykes bad not. been In the' best and State. would .- ',

'; the ruins of their home this morning The excitement t of the times' has 'not of,health for,some time. For the past. hb They go ; ,- *
him out have to -
run or 'paper ,
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I_ ten miles north of Milton& Santa .Rosa. seriously effected our. rural\ friends, few weeks* he bad been very 111 and perdition or some other warm place. A ?

county. their decimated forces continue to for a'week had only b*,>,j able to- recognize 'communicationC... /
'The skulls o* each of the nine "bad- I I I I Then there .Is the ?*.i
turn the furro and bandle't.b.. boeso Immediate.members ol his *
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been crushed, evidently before :.he writer and correspondent1 who. persists ;
t.hat.'ollr crop prospects are still family; '
heard and so-a 'Candidate'f:
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the bodies '
building !fired and \
{,,k were scattered was about In the ruins. bright, and the hog and hominy'question ,- He was amative of South Carolina. speak at a certain place and that be :-.vi/.

is being rapidly settled.; Florida, however, was his adopted one '" :','*
Ackerman, ,body was found near lathe only In the race for thatcer- : >%,:
the door of the bedroom. Our invalids are on the'road to recovery State and Itwas, In South- Florida tain office which he seeks. -Immediately ? ".'.?>'>"

Mrs. Ackerman, who gave birth to the Irrepressable Arch having that Dr.. Lykes made the success In up jumps another fellow moved by .,'' ::'

a child last Friday, was found with been able to attend t.b4t first session' life that has made him known throughout partisan bias, and Ibout.. .It.'la ]tell, ''- :.."

her Infant on*the outside sill of the the court and at present ',writing I. the length and breadth. of. the common Then there Is the fellow, who shakes j" *'*"4

front door of the bouse. t making every preparation to reLurn -weaILb. -' I I I his finger at the editor and says he < .,- > '"''5

The bodies of the children' 'were a second time. Mr..Joe, Williams., 'Is ,He moved to H rnand6 county a piloted more about John .ones than .'''1"t.: (

found near where their beds had. again.able to use his lame foot to considerable number of year afro, Ihlojr'at. Spring he did about Bill Smith, and that. 'he ,; f

w stood. advantage and the balance Hill, near, Brooksyllle. For many I is no good, anyway. '- -

The crime was discovered this morn- of us have. nothing rerlous to. complain years he bad been the acknowledged; I I Thus it goes The editor is betweenthe ; ,

ing by parties with whom Ackermanhad of.Land cattle klog'of this section, bringinghis ; millstone with both sides grinding '

an appointment. speculations' are not'Bo rife as stock to Tampa and shlppitg themto aud the day finally comes w'beG' '

The residence was In a sparsely settled they were and the democratic roosteris Cuba from,Ballast Point,. where he he wishes all the politicians and their- .. J.< :

locality. and .the nearest neighbor preparing his shrillest notes to ring maintained large cattle docks. I I I crazy supporters were at the bottom '. .j
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was nearly a quarter of a mile away. forth in honor of the. victors at the. Dr. Lykes was a ;very successful I 1 lor the deep; blue lea.1laml Metrop-. :

s Ackerman'moved to this section approaching primary. financier, and through the cattle business olis. '. ';

t+ from Ocala about. three years ago. John and Smith Drawdy returned accumulated a great deal of mon i i : . ,....
He was! regarded as a good citizen to Whittier from Kisslmmee duringthe ey, which be reinvested In stock. i To Cure t Cola 1st One Day: . .'. ";to"

and was not know to have had any past week and'they In unison with Other moneys be devoted to the pUrchase Take: Laxative Broroo. QulDlne' Tablets '!' <
All druggists refund the money :1
% enemies; who would commit such a the Patriarch, who returned. later accompanied of real estate. '" If it falls to cure.. E. W. Grove's signature : "

horrible deed, by Sherman; commendedthe Other,moneys he devoted to the pleasure is on each box.. 25c.: .tf >
The greatest Indignation Is felt management of the Lake House in and iomfoi Qf.his family and education I ; 'y

:among the citizens who have offered the highest terms and' complimentedMrs. '''Of his ..children. He owned .. :

(1,000 for' the apprehension. of the. Benton on' her maoaa' ment. ,of considerable.valuable property In this LOWRATES .'," ,"'"
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.. assassin. the culinary department, these gentlemen city. the Almeria block being one of VIA n". ,.' ". ,-.... ,":,
They have also appealed to .the governor can be relied on Wan eolcurlan I his most valued possession.' 'o'SOUTHERN

to offer" reward In behalf .of sense al t.bi delicacies of, the: season >..The deceased had been a, citizen of RY."f::"

the State. grace the table at ..the Drawdy. man- this county. about 15 'years, moving .... -)

J'' sion. Sere 'from Heraaado' ,county. His .$32.40 : "'. .

Tbe Right Renedy.' The railroad question Is still boomIng life here has always been an ,exem- New' Haven, Conn.-; 'a ad return. ,

Men and women who>> suffer from Indigestion ,''our friend Arch baa the biggestkind plary one, both In public and In, private.Tempi Tickets sale-June 25. limited June '.
Nervous Debility. ConstiT D. Extension June 30, 1906.' Stopovers ' '
of"a bee bussing. In !h/s/ ear on Tribune Monday. Baltimore "
.Washington. Phlladelpbla.
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patiou, Kidney and Bladder troubles, HV **' ' ,:L-----------
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Lost yitaliCykn '.\V, kindred -diseases .this subject. :.Individuals-plans abundanr-.nd and.pecidcstios If ; A GttkrMicWcsire for'PltesItching $55.90 T 't ,....w; .'.w..'iOo.. ;."'''I..

will find relief by'using Hag"gard -: are : blind, bleeding.protruding -'tl-fF' : ,
this railroad project Is carried out the
Boston Mass. and
Ticketson
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.. Piles. authorized 'to
bavebeen
SpecificTablet* They Druggists are
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anticipated millions that are too.:be sale May 31 t.oJuJleI8.Exten.loQJuI71 :
20 years oa the market and have rolled by '.some 'our speculative ',refund money if faze OINTMENT' .falls, ;11MXJ._'...Stop-overs.:Washlnir-
'demonstrated their paramount, healing citizens up fearful to contemplate.- to 'cure In 6 to 14:days.: 60c.':?:t. ton Baltimore,':,p Ph. iladelphta. ,..;New
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.. and bealtb>giving qualities. York. - vv _\v" **
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Our cows are not yet 10, .the full ... ..... .. .
Send for book Of wonderful cures,. II r....... r'atwrss r's sei .t .$14.65Asheville.
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t prime of rat lkable life but ..our May to
your druggist' ''cannot supply N. C.. and return. Tickets .
yon showers adding "nutrlelous 'ele i!! Among Southport Friends; 'ji
are .
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sale June 8
they will be sent prepaid upon receipt on , 99'14, 15.t lei limited -
ments to the grass too such an. extent Weekly! News Letter by Doris'e .' : June 27, .1U06.. "',
f t. of ,price. Per: box COcts. Address, s
Haggard Specific. Co.', Atlanta; Oa.,. that we look forward to a near future t1.tR.t.+.I.+Mw w.+aw.+ +......wsw w': $20.40 ,; ;
In which our country will flow with ,,
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Louisville and .
'e. '' Jvery'' Ky.' return, Tickets -
+ .i.91.s's-UV SiFrVS'sh+hrs a.i..b.''IHI/ milk: and perhaps little!honey thrown! We have been baring some on sale Juoe 10, 11; I2. limited -j;-<1?
S. la., '. cool wlndyweather for the past week. June 23. Extension July 23,:1006"i

S With Neighbors at Whittier.ek Our beautiful. swAmp has saved the Mrs.T. A. Bass Is oa the, sick list $25.55 . --.1 ;. rw.

'Report.d Etch: Week by.o.J. C., I drainage, commission any further consideration this week'we;; hope-- to see her up again Hot Springs, Vsw, and return. Tick ',r:,;?';}JJ

; of Us future by allowing very'soon.-. eta on ISle June ?. 10, 11, limited June .;
'"* ..... ...,.. ......". are' looking well 19. 1006. '
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nature to drain' It without cost to the. The crops very ;:i'-'

i Rising barometer and falling;,,ther- taxpayers., considering the dry weather $16.65 ?..

-.*,>mometor have marked the 'weather Our-friend Early has discontinuedthe >There Isn't any news down here the Knoivllle, Tenn., and return,' Tickets e"

.conditions for the, pa.t' 'week.Miss. ;: [ mall carrying business and Alec school plonlo is the latest news, whichis on sale June 17, 18, 19 23 24. 30, \ *
July 7, 14,' 15. limited fifteen' .. '
May has thrown off her robe of.. mod- Bass has taken his place, the latter I III to be on the 8th of June 'we are Extension: 130 days- :' .
1606.
and herself la making arrangements t j have a ;)nice Sept. :. > . ,
.esty enveloped a man up to date In every_ particular and Is ' ; ''''"'
and sincerely hope that, all $14.65 ," '{ .,i ',"l
ak ..te borfowed from',..bat. 'old 'flusterer doing mall service to the satisfaction picnic we '

.. Madame March and, our people] ,do of .our citizens. Not having anymore who attend will enjoy themselves,' as.we eta.A.hllle'N.on sale June C.:;26'd.retu'rn.". Tick'N' .,! ,,
limited r
.not appreciate the change; wind "and to say' will close. outDo ., art.going to try to make them'do.. July 10, lU06. ;: "" ;tI.,,:
I :dost are not pleasing in their manner 'While going home from school one .' ,'. ..-", ,.t

when taken separately; but when'COm- ., Yost"'Love c1 ,.)alt.,week a snake bit Nettie Haves $..16.05 >,' ,'''r I : :i
bind the effect -Is ezeeedinglydis.agreeable the small rd.ugbtel.of'; Mr.: George Monteagle, Tenn., and return.. Tick ..,:. ',:,;.f'
baby? You wonder why he et..oa sale JUDe
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July 3. 5, Ita ,
and we-bave been "submitted cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream Hayes. The bite did not prove. fatal lied Aug, 31, 1908. Extension Oot.+31', . ..,

j to this unwelcome.combination for Vermifuge and, he will ; never cry though she hasn't been able. to"attend 1906.. \"- ."
several Light showers however Most babies have worms, ,and themothers I school since: $ ;0 ', '. -''L.J\I!
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don't know It. White'sCreamVermifuge ( , . /. ...
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the-child of the 25 YearsThe and return. 'Tick- ::
oJ of affairs-and as Bro.Guy appeared worms and cleans out its system' In" a His, Stood "Test eta OD sale Aug.' 1 11. 12, limited ?I , .
.Every. mother should old original Grove's Tasteless AUIf.22, t.
at an opportune moment with the' divine pleasant way. ;. II... .
assurance of the. Master 'we have keep a bottle of this medicine in the Chill Tonic.* You know';what you are Passenger and ticket. office, .108 'W.'
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bouse.- With It, fear; need never.enterher Bal St. Phone 143.
|managed to stem the. tide without much mind. Price.SJ5c.. Sold by Hob- taking, It is iron ahd 'q lDu.. inaUtelessjorai. J. C. LUSK,1 I IDIst.rlct

s fault-finding. -Mean hl lie" 'Deputy -' Pharmacy. ; ? t .. ., Ntt '6ur_:.,.;oo' pa v; 53,:. PassengerAgent..

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".",I TUBLI4HBII TBLBPHONB KVKEY NO.11.Ii'luv.\y.-- ,I ?All OCOpaOD'kinds.'of. picture 0(,' moulding. at Nesllneofmouldings All Thompson's.kinds of pictures f.. framed at Fount.a to a'oreder .. 'Mby> ., ,Line, of SHIRTS ''af'nann's; . : :,


BYOfficial r New,line of straw bats ready for In;
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W. 'H &. spectloa at Kaus., < guy your dry goods at Dann'a Dew .
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-- ::- stock to'select from.
The new Baptist minister will probe '
Weather Report. '
...ft.. .i> Ts.rs..Tiir-.\\'.M *wTBOUDAV ..,.. bljr be here for Sunday week.' Joseph B. Jones Esq., of Orlando' ;,
......... M.> if bus was here Yesterday .attending circuit You invit4i
Mr. 311... U. Branson,went 4own to court.. .

Fort Myers Saturday .on a bu loess Messrs. P. A. Vans-Ague and W. .' arett ' . ,
mission f j ..
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Ducor'went up (, Jacksonville .
oft l last'bight. -- > toth11 nd'
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Mrs Glasoook and SOD
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...11II .118\1'1 tuckey who haVe been spending the T. H. Minx's new photo gallery Is : .

..day........... 112 110 e7 etMa..day past several months here --guests of open and for the first tea days you .. 1 . f '. I
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..., lIS III Mr.,anq Mr. M. KaU left for home can gel! 'photos at balf price. 'V

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I. A, M1MP80N. P. ... The store In. North Klsslmmee belonging ; Inspect .
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.Mr, I. N. Tlson's dweiyng, about to Lee Bandy was sold yesterday
Our rates for Insertion'of' advertisements three mile from towu and all Its contents through M. Tiller agency to

among the reading matter on was de. ruled by fire early "'rida1' R. D., Collier. '
Ills page Is ten cents pe.'lIne each In- 1 ,Agents for Cleiltts! Coat Shirt.
ertion. > morning. We have heard no --.i' 8. ;;
i Mr and Mrs Sj Griffin and
particulars as to how' the tire origin*
... children returned to their home lo Or- -
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; lando this morning/: .. several.days '" -
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Col.,P.,A;".Vans Agnew of Kl glm- visit here,with relatives': t'

THE LOCAL HELD.xxxxxxxxfl. men,'one of the State brightest attorney Mrs. Charlotte Carson, of Tlfton I WHERE YOU D A NN11 'JJ S. HIS "OOOD3
I.amoo& the welcome visitors '
Ga. who has been on a .visit to the LIKE TO TRADE : ALWAYS ''SUIT'
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'Orlando, today;-Orlando' Repotei- family; of her nephew Hon.::, C. A. Carson : : .

Wade the Tuner; Orlando." tf Star. ;{ ,* left'on this mornlbg's. 'tral/i for . '.. u

homes ._ ___
Mr. S.; S. Griffin, of the Holden real ,. I n

Fewer gallons; wears! longer; Devoe estate agency, of Orlando was here on There will. be no preaching at the '; : '\ .. .. T' 1 1e'

1r bite Star LaundryCrri: BAKERY". business yesterday., Sam: ,.is. making& Baptist church'Sunday'night. but the A Pretty, Home- Wedding.. 4 4vA tia .wvwr.o. :..w..waSPRING

quite! a success In the real estate business. Baptist-Young People''' Union will verypretty "'home! wedding '''was :

See our line of new 50 cent shirts ''atKsti hktve a meeting! to which all are, cordially. solemnized at the home of Mr. and 4

( Deputy Clerk W, S. 'Harwell, falling Invited. .. Mrs. J. R. Gilbert Sr., last JWedoesday : AND SUMMER '

Try a shave or haircut at the. new to recover his spectacles, which Will Br.an'has the bonor. -01 polling "enlna'wbeD Mr. Will 'Gilbertled :
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f barber shop; viwre? "swiped" at the court "house I the Tilghe I "*; vole of an'y" and Ie!ate.' Miss Flossie Cape to Hymen's Altar : _

atThompson's. daft week went up U> Orlando Monday He bid no opposition but then neither and.Uev, C. E. Jones ,pronouncedthe GOODS'--'
Great bargains In willow chain words bound .
If and bad his 'eyes refitted by'an did several other who ran behind solemn ,that them together :s "
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ooullitWr. the county .solicitor.-Tiroes-Union. for better or for-worse.. : -, ,'

Smoke Key West Havana the best and Mrs. J, W. Seymour and Prof. F. B. Shlpp, wbo was ataod'' The halls and parlors of the spacious ,I" .

| 60 Cigar on the market.Me . Master. Lamar Frazure left Weduen- date for-representative In the Georgia residence had been beautifully. : Dry .Ooogs. Clotlilfaj. Shoes and 'Notions I ,

} C. F. McQusig. of Orlando has day tor Miami;where they will spend legislature from Greene county that decorated In' honor of the festive occasion : y : <* to
\ Slate, was defeated by a small 'majority the ceremony being performedIn In Endless Variety '
Leen In town this week. several, weeks visiting Col. R H. and at Viery
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the hall 'where beautiful arch j
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Seymour.: > '
$500 worth'of crockery for sale at p there. Mr. Shlpp's many friends composed of bamboo and decoratedwith : '

| ,,coat S. C. G Ildw. Co. Reports from Dade county state here were greatly Interested In his white roses and oleander had 4 ,Low Prices. '. '

Mr. K. Kanner went up.to Orlando that Hon. J. W.. Watson has been race and Will! regret to }earo of his de_ been erected under wblch 'the' happy :I .. ,---+".' .
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Wednesday to vlilt relatives.W. \ nominated over bis opponent G. A. feat. young\ couple pledged"their_ : i
W orley, tor rerepgentatlve by a. safe vows. 4
L. Palmer Esq., of Orlando U Notice Is hereby given that I havecharge :
majority, 6nly brie members of the two families' H. C. STA N'
here attendlui\ circuit court. of the S,. Cloud pasture and and .a few Invited' guests were : :
i Mr. A. C. Chapman and family have expect to use It, All persons owning .
Mrs. JDO. L. Deeson, of Peghorn returned 'from Sanford where, Mr. stock In the pasture 'are requested to present. : THE: .O.IGI"UO.'OP'! PRICES "ItISSIMMEII .'I, t,:' '

was in towrf-sbopplng Wedn llday.. Chapman has been engaged' in the remove same on "as before Monday Immediately after the ceremony' the : '

Jacksonville trucking builaesj, and are again May'21 1906. I shall be assembled company were Invited l into :t VaWraVaN :" %j ,
Mrs.. N. Wescolt of pleased to , W.b % Nr1.. ,
la'visiting Mrs.: S.'D.; T. Cosecs occupying their home iu North. Kls- meet all 'oar leI on that day lo 'the the dinning room where dainty refreshments. I '

slmuiee.Mr. JOHN J. PADOETT., consisting sandwiches,
,Nice line of picture. moulding and pasture. : cream. cake and strawberries, were, .
mats'just arrived. J. W. Tbump. n. W. A. Wescolt, formerly of May:..11! 2t. served.
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this place but now, holding the responsible Mist Frances Lancaster Dlokenson, "The Is a son of County
is"agent for the groom vI
The City Bakery position of city ticket agent daughter of Mr.-; .and -Mrs. OeOv- B. Treasurer J. R. GilbertSr., and holds C. A. CAKSON. JOHN M. LIB. N. r. CAJrSON: ,
White. Star ,Laundry-'the best In theState. for the Atlantic Coast Line la Jacksonville IHcl;epsoo will' be united tn marlaQ'8Frldl'Y the position of telegraph operator for .I'rgld..t., YI ..!,,..I".to ea....... H '

f was here between. trains June 1st, to Mr. Harry Cor- the Atlantic Coast Line at this'place.. I State Bank of Kiss 1ttm e" -17'

-Phone 160 and get your bottle on Wednesday evening. den 'Sloan. The event will be solemnized He I. a young man of exemplary ,

short notice. Free phone at Miller's it.,, R. J.: Pouter will preach in the at the First Presbyterian church habits and is held In hlitb esteem by- v, Kissimmee,' Fla. .

It.able.Mr. Alliance Hall next Tuesday 'eveulagat Majtland. at .10 o'clock. They will all who, know him: -*' --- -L

.- A.' E. Drought came up from .7:30: o'clock. Mis.R. G., Dick: or make' Jacksonville their. future homeReporterStar. , The bride Is the only daughter,of Mr .PAID UP CAPITAL.......:. iWv) ; .4 {- ./a00g0&: k'

Key West Saturday and. will spend.. awhile Mr. J. W. Anderson will come-down :. Jno. 11,. Cape and possesses many *TOCKHQLI>BRS ABILITY: .j. .. ........ eo 000 00 f

here. -', from Orlando to att-nd; the, -:meeting. At the municipal'election at DeLand charming personalities' ,and ,traits of DEPOSITORS SECURITY.:.,.. ;... .* lOo'oOO: ;OO, ,.. .. ,
straw hatsL All,are Invited to' attedd; last Wednesday'a-bond 'election;, to character, which has endeared tier to I _
Special bargains In are : fewer u large circle of lends. Prompt and Careful Attention' '....* to all. matter entrusted '
offered. Daunts. .,i aet'lrlce.. before ,,Married. at the residence of .the raise $12,000 for a system and Toe their. to w*. Exchange good at nil. point at cbeapeat': f
""purchasingMessrsl ;- -- biide'r pareu1.s ruu,:l iuris KL, tmmeelast S3.COO.)() to meet 'outstanding warrant, Valley Gazette.join* many : '. 1
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came .'rlda"-eDlni. Mr., John Floyd was carried En ford Bly was elected 1 friends (n ..""ndl"2'wll1wt for along 'rates 'YOUReiJS1116 sf30LIC17il4/., .., .
Chas and Bate Barnes l life of happtnessaod --prosperity.
clk.
E. D.
'' McLeod, city
and Miss Dora Barber :Rey. L.UtJJ ;,, ; mayor '
'down from Orlando J1..AS.Tueadai1to". r..",u..W*.,ii'.i.'i vote*' ilji vnkin*c officiating. The .V allejr. Gatetui Grabs, Bly,'city, treasurer'B.. ;' E.. BondS V.
in the primaryf I .>1 'I,\...'"-j:;'..\%.;...*t'"'o<,-"""taS:;..,;:2, 'joins their' many frien'as Ur'ex- jB. Wilson'and W..M,?, Wood ward, -::+;: ( IAtt.rl to WT J.' Se.... ,-,-" ,' :. .. .., ......, - \.1.1,. J., .....'. '0" -', ..

'I have moved '''m,. carpenter' shop tending congrutulatloos "''>"'7i, "r i'r'\'} 'r:4: councllmenaodW., ,<'W, Gould and ; > Y'4'... ..:. )li1NISSIMMEE{, -' ,. ,' PLA: : .; iT" ,." .'t '.. ( 1T:. r'..: .

to the Stanford Carson Graves/Udw Mr. Roy OveriLreet'yvho: has been G., W Fisher, board, of public\ works. 'Dear Sir: 'Three-quarter paint" Is

Co's.store. c. H. Fountain working' with theengioearlbecorps on a good phrase for !the beet outside. 'of

If'you have any laundry to send Flager's Key West extension to.bet Sale of Household (Goods; Devoe.*" /' 4OSCEOLAA ,

,away, and want. It "4or e up" In good East Coast railroad returned hume Beginning' next Tuesday,. I will offer Devoe'ls the standardmark;, It 100.. \

shape, phone the City Bakery for.the summer last week. Roy says for sale all of my thoueehold, and The nexirbest- there are several notfar ; ,

the mosquitoes are proving too niuublor kitchen furniture. Parties -desiring apart-are three-quarter pal etc, you I PHARMACY.+
Mr. J.-A Anderson came from
up the working'mandown. there, and to vake'purchases 'In this Hoe can may mark them 75 to Devoe's. 100. "
Manatee-county; to vote In the primaryand DRUG
visit his family for a.few da,... great many uf them are leaving.Mr call at my residence" and Inspect This-bulk.ff; the paints 'in market are ,,' THE LEADING STORE ; ,

,, J. C. Tlson of N Narcoossee one goods. x 40 or 60 or 60; a few'are, better than BOa
Phone your wants, we do the run Da. F. O. THOMA SON. few are-worse than 40,
farmers OUlluty
r of the bust in Ojooola
-nlng. and an all-round good leilow, bcougutto % How, do'they act..?- They cover from ,1 DON'Y fORGET.US
,DRUG COMPANY.Mrs. .
KISSIMMEE
Circuit CoUrt. three-quartera Devoe and
this otlloe Wednesday s'uind of U>.. one to 11.1 ; :
W. U. Kfakloson apd daughter finest specimens of- white Beiuiuda Pursuant to adjournment circuit they last'from"one to three-quarters

Miss Louise of Kisstmmee spentSaturday ; onions. have ever seen anywhere. court, reconvened yesterday morn as. lonqr as Devoe. When 1 in need of ;'
What worth?The rule _anythhig' :
in Orlando.-Heport.er.St.ar. The were four of them 10 are they same
re which together fog at o'clock Judge MinorS. "

, i Fry the new barber shop: Everything weighed five puuads or an Jones on. the bench and State Attorney don't hold;.It costs 'more to ',put-on l' *,.....,' irrvthe' Drug, line:. .
:
DO. C. Jones Borne paints than they are worth; they S !
new and -to-date. Sharp average of U pounds each.ltev. < or present. .
up ire
not worth anythlog'tbe/ ; "puton"costs
of the Lewis
clean towels; flrst-olass: service Christian The case State vs.
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razor. H. C. : formerly pre.
/ aiding elder of UrlaJUo district ol tneMethodist Johns, Hardy Johns, Jcha Balsden the paint.two or three times as much as S; 'iOottI6, 01 ft6rbln6'; fRf.G ,toeueru; Ghttomar'\ '

J. F. O'Berry and Bill Stevens, .
The drought, which was beginningto ( church and! appointed ad Yours truly
with the of the resldeqce .
charged robbery
be quite l serious In, Oil section l was the last annual coniereace to the F W Devoe & Co VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV .,
yt J, H Lanier Whittler
:>> at
uroken by a gracious rain on Tueq-I!. roi... CbUi'Ob' Tampa, nee been trans ., .. l
which had. been set for t.rlallelt.erda, :::
,da,.. lerred: by Bishop Cautller; to Su: Jobu's! was called and after arraignment of toeeooeoeeoooaooeoeooooocLiQUOZONE klAcc.fluEkLriAi.' .'-1
ctiuruh Atlanta and 1U v. J. N. bnow --- catxAY.Osai.M 1 '
New barber shop at Patrick's old the defendants the attorneys In the Ii -
land. Service by a tonsorial artist takes llev. Chru..I&D'II'ouu. I'ch ..luTampa. case proceeded to the selection of a fsunny South Staibfes -.

conversant with, all the latest fads. In. .-;rOrlando Reporter.. jury. Upon examination It was, found : I |: '
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barberlng. Fort Myers is to lave a new paper that a number of the jurors were disqualified y : '.' .. I .,_. _' -._. Q ,

'Work. on Dr. Rivers's new residence called the Tropical Breeze and edited # and the whole.venire was ex LIVERY: ., a

was begun this week. The foundation by W. E..Griffin, .fort Myers alreadyhas haunted, and only three jurors select ,

Is laid and work Is going' ahead at a a most excellent paper and It remains ed. The court ordered a new ion' I Ire FREE ''J FEED I' ...:'i.,

.lively-rate. to be seen what' . the new "paper of thirty jurors, a number of whom ind;" ,
will do. One good strong paper: conducted live In the extreme .southern portion 4

Every 25 cents" spent In'cash or paid In aa honest and, uabliued, of the county. and pending, their summons ---- '4 "I 'SA'LE".';...'i...:..:*' '. ',', t, .

1 on your account at Kat.& entitles you manner, 1s better for a town than two adjourned court till next Monday .. STABLE Ii' {
'to a chance on one of those beautiful New afternoon 2:30 o'clock. Cut, Out This Coupon '.
weaklings.- Smyrna Breeze. .
hat racks. The jurors selected are M. N. Over- : ... .,

l.. : I Mr. Geo. Ov'ersireet who moved to street, IV. A.'Lankford and Leonard For this offer may not. INGRAM A GU BERTPROPRIEiORs: : :

'Mrt J. O; Gottwalles came home i Waco s.short time ago, has sold his Parker who were placed In' charge of appear again. Fill out V .; . . . . '
from Land Pebble Tuesday to vote in ; Deputy Sheriff P. C. Hodges until the this blank and mall it to. l'
grove'at.that plsoe to dam Or loin "reconvening of court next[ Monday OPPOSITE ;
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the primary and to pay a short visit the Liquid 'Ozone Co., EROADWAYh .. ,POSTOPFICE';' -
and W. I. Metcalf and has. moved. bis and the defendants were held under -458-400 Wabash. Avenue/ : ;
too 61e fatr"y. family to. tClsslmmee, where be has the same bond already given for their -Chicago, : Phone '102, ' ]j KiBsitnmeey;.

4; 'Prof, falter Cosner; who U takinga purchased the Hsmllton .re.ldeDce'' appearance at court. A ..il' : : t

normal course' In Stetson University near -.b. Presbyterian' ;'church 'Mr. I All Kinds Hauling;' :1 .Ploiidtt. l'SF'v '

o&m. born :Tuesday to ,exercise O.verstreet moved here in order to Ksshnmee Drug Co. Changes HandsA Mvulseaseis. . . .. t.. .. i : t l.r ya.

,hls right of franchise give his'chile roc the' advantages of deal was made this 'week by which '1 have..never tried Liquor Yr'vf'Y''Ymft-' Y"V..ii-'P, ...-.".''Yr'YtiM- ,. '<, -., .?.. :

Wood'for Sal*.-VlTben you taut a the High School. the Kisslinmee Drug Co., which has zone but If-you. will supply I -I
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"' been conducted .for. the me with a doc' bottle' free, I ' '.
load of stove wood cal Attorney Eppes Tuoke.i.. and pastthree { '' '.
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; good e U : years by Mri L. ,C. Cooklm, aaesesInrq will take 'f| .D. :c. act'a: .. .
/ 74 Delivered la Rev J. R.'CasoD of Lakeland
Ij npphone anywhere I spent .
the:; hands of ;Messrs.: Q.. A.Beachl .. "
,i''town' on short. notice" H.' 'W<,,Nrpnson.Mijonaod the day here Tuesday'. ''They came upon E. L. Lesley-'and P. 'Middlebrooks. ,-",. ,,'. n-" ... .. ..., '.tl.U.... .,.. ;:Nice( =otUee'. ., J' ,,> > ,s.' .
the "
I morning train, from \ .
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.k' passenger \ I' a'
Mrs. T.,M.Murphy camej t .. oc.e ',1' .o'.. "
:, W Lakeland, -on which train en route be.tween : I : ,' .
: ,, from'Klistnunee today 'and arereoei.tng : .. .. . .I "
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up business understand :
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: ,Lakeland ..od, ,blt plan I Mr. The we will " :oN..j..u. : '
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.'., a warm welcome fro m many Cason ,united la marriage Judge still)be run .. the Klsilmmee Drug ,Oh.hD.. .--: e""" ,' " ", '. : :, '

:fold friends.;--Orlando,Reporter Star. Eppes Tucker, Sr.,.of' ,Lakeland, and Co.., and Dr. F. MI4dlebl'ooll.U1: ", .- Rr '. R. WHITEN &:.i."";: : .: f' :'

:* "hereby << 'that all have the actlvemabag. en6 of ,the .' . . '7"" a '. .... '. ;.
,NotloeU .,given my Miss LJute) Broad well,of, AuburnJale. a> .' 4 ', , .. .. .. ,' eSPiFrei ."
.;:notes sad accounts will be turned over The happy couple ;continued?" their:! .. An Inventory' of the stock :Kisslwwee Dr. Co. ,p :c.0 'fieO., ': OZ: ,",' '' : .\

to," Bank for collection,,'after May journey OB'northwanl.to spend their, I. pow being taken-; and when this Js ..- . -,-, "" t11e1'rf:i>> > Y.: ,, .' : :"',
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-Tennessee: Sanator,'Def.ated for. Re- .
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President Electiontar:> :::State Primary by. !J

ThjMfHard. Struggle Made 'Easier-Interesting: State Bailey Accuses of Former Governor Taylor -.' -Wooed-sad -lrl-. .r.- Third comes the largest part of the .jl

ments by a Young Lady in Boston Being a Rank Turn-Coat, For the first -time'ln the history orTellnfseee The food thut animals jconsum potato the starch. If this is' very '

modifies f their nesh. demise tile potato will be mealy, belt if '
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and One In NashvilleTenn. the democratic voters Saturday the character >
\ tel iuut non-uniform the potato will be of poor
{n\, 'cost their ballot directly for Turnips yield a peculiar jBavor ..
ton. The flavor of mutton from sheep quality.
TlLLMANPUESPITC'HFORKBoth ; )f': United. eta tea Senator A primary that have lit,ed'upon. .the Llghlaiid is Fourth Is the very centre of the tu't.' .

throughout the state was held toe different froiinhat of sheepwhich her which contains little! starch and a ,, l,

"successor to Senator E. W. Car. have'obtallied their food chiefly, from great dual of water If this area I I'

Senators Use Scathing 'Language. mack. 'Mr. Carm.1ck.! was opposed by the lowlands, The gattle-of: the mendotte brandies out Into.tho starch the paUl .

ex-Governor Robert L. Taylor Praotlcally herbs will not be good cooker.llrMxllns ', .
Anent, Attitude of. Chief. Execu. H'ud sumo, frncrHi'it/ modify a '
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1 0 tlvo complete) return show that the flir ;or.of tlio meat Oily food tendsto l

I a ofnsFrahhie . Regarding the Railroad. Taylor Is. nominated over Cannr.ik\ ;wake the fat soft. liens partly fed Coxtilne.' !'
artrldK
'Bi'II: Ali'
Rate by a majority approximating 9,009 on !!Icl'1I1a'of decayed meat yield eggs(
Although ;air,, Mltchcfl's residence. avBiUtol. : }
votes, Taylor carried: seventyfiveCorintlae.of that are at once uiiplc.mnnt: to the taste
In ono of the bitterest attacks that : the nlhety-slx counties In and 'ifnlipaltliy. }'ei'd'ilg; the animals .' Conu.-' is right iu town, he has \ 4demoustrnted ;.

'hasT boon8 made upon President Roosevelt' the.stato, but lu mallLJ2.r. them the .for hiini.an: .food Is-of: great Importance tbat It If not to necessaryto raise line I
helve fort.vncrearm
'' ) and dpmaiuls experience. It 1s. ., not A Y
during the debate on the railroad votes veto very close, while Carmack's birds. "Ills poultry bouse Is a model
enou&li: that food moj;es fat-it should y
,rate bill Senator Bailey, at"Saturday' majority In Shelby his borne alsti Impart au agreeable flaor.ITorno for ncntness; and the second sjoryls,t.., 1

'. .8Ion of the senate, charged that the county, was heavy entirely arranged with' 'Individual pens' j
The legislaturewhich; meets In Koflliilt Collar for sutlers I UK wHl as pen' for mated.birds. .. .>. .

executive 'had surrendered his'al- January next, will elect Taylor to the '. "* Horse vaJUli l docs, well'ou nnyIclnd It Is equipped with lucandei I.t

tlon advocating "an affective meas senate, his term beginning the fol- of sail but best lu ilcli. moist ground cent'electric lights, so 1liit the birds 1r,

ure" and had abandoned his demandsfor Jowlng March. Carmack retires after A samly loam well eurlcfied, with de can be. seen to good ndtuut.tgo. in. the ll

tariff ,"I.lon. The having served cne term In the senate c'olnl'QI'ec1 i stable manure, will 'gl>'e Hue, evening ., J;:

Acher'a.b Texas... .senator before which he .was a member cleat\ straight routs; on clay soil the These birds are the"result of years of 11

Omer AfissPQara' charged that the president' arraignment of the house from the ,tenth Tenn s. roots ate apt to folk amid "tlngor." The Iliie-bieedlug. In a systematic iimunvr ,

A- ,...... Of trusts .had been-- '_martn_.n see district.-His home. is in MemSaturday's rows are rondo twenty-four inches that line,. and is, _producing/ birds so Iii-,
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after his election/ and that'before that apart, and set..* are plantedeigh i perfectly auUhed (that cue sliupiy wou- '
.phta I
All women work In their I oould DOt could : teeu Inches 1IllIlrt'ln the rows; n? other dora at their perfection.Mr. .
| some : hardly drag time lie ,had been as "silent the balloting marked thp
as
home, some, In church and some In : around. I consulted two pliyclcian* without cultivation!' Is required but to J>l'ep.t1uf Mltcliell Is both a fanclcr-and a .,
the whirl of,_1.1.,.. And la stores, rebel and .e a last resort I tried Lydia E.Hnkham'e grave" on the subject of regulatingthe close of a long drawn out campaign, ground clean, As It Is a late crop It Is 1' naturalist. His labors toward perfection j

mills and shops ten. of thousands are Vegetable ache, Compound left and to tar rallroad, The senator closed with which has aroused more bitterness usual t6 grow some other crop as AU have been persistent uiiil lie lint
and I
sorprlen, every pain magained
on the He vter-ce.a4ng treadmill,earning ton pound and am in pet'feot health. the statement: -' and general Interest In the state than early crop, betn'l'iMi the rows, and put consistently followed a line marked

r r their All dally are subject bread to ,the mime physical Miss Pearl Ackers,of 327 North Summer "But let us have no more talk In'the any other political struggle since that the\ rows two and n half feet apart. out for himself from the bpRlniilug.
,zi in which Andrew ,Jackson was elect fleets Tim shown at Now Vorlc List
excellent to result
of an curly kind are was
laws| all suffer alike from the. same Street, Xaahville, Tenn':, write t senate and talk_ In the country &
ed to the senate shortly after the' with the horse radish in alternaterows Inter when lie' showed
physical disturbance and Lb. nature of about this Iron man, he la clay and grow four geiicra
th.eir da ties, in many cases, quickly D.srM3s." Ftnkharaj very: common clay at that." close of the civil: '-war. as they .do not make large tope trans; and every one of tlieiu. w'ee a .\.
drifts theft v.Into the horrors ,of all .ufferwd. with painful periods, severs Robert Love Taylor was born at Horse Utfdlxjj Is 'eutlrt'ly'ordy.) aud can prize wluuer.

JtIDda'of female.complaints, tumors, backaohe abdomen bearing-down! was \-ery nervous paina, pains and irritable acmes Carter The speech who had was In reply to Senator' Hr-v Valley Carter county. Tennes be, left safely.'Ju the ,ground: all winter, I caw ,over 100 birds oil the place, 1

m > era.Uon falling and ..displace'snenU and my trouble (grew wore every month.. defended the president see July fl. -185 a or' perhaps' irregularity or.appreMloa. "My physician ailed to belpl ant and I ; against criticism, ,saying that N J. 'and wasadmitted keep them lu pits. on a bed of sand, except the more forward
causing backache nero de iiad to Lydia K. FlDkbam's VegetableCompound. ; no one could charge him with cow at Pennington, mind hud '
they
vousneas, irritability and lassitude. 1 neon found it was doing m. to the Tennessee bar In I one pens spe-
good. All my pain and ache dlaap..reca.IUlci ardice. In the foqrso of hie remarks.aeuuiur __ XItUD".rml.. on Fig. dally pl''lllIr'cl for them Their root
.. __.__ native wwu
They 1878 in illS
especially require an invigor.ting..netalaing I no longer fear my monthly period" Carter referred to me democratic practicing A matter that should have carefulAttention were (but a few Inches from tbe soft
medicine which will but short while before being elect
% strengthen the female organism andemsble Lydia E, Plnkham'j Vegetable Cow'pouud party as a party of negation a where he served from In raisins pigs is the betidingand sand. Now, here 1 I. where development ..

them to bear easily th. fatlguost it the unfailing cure for all these and nothing more. He declared that ed to congress, sleeping quarters. They should of the Cochin comes( In. 'Ltavlutfn : .... .

the well at night, and .Trouble It strengthens the proper the party had been frightened into A, 1879" to liS 1. Iiv 1884 he was elected liaio via'in. dry pens ,,'lth'lImple tentllatlon. Ulc feed, they were handled .... all

to rise refreshed and ehoerf ul. muscles, and displacement with all Its chill ut the prospect of action.: Ho for the state at large on the Cleveland The bedding should l>.> Asiatics build be llIlC.'tl i and closeto

How distressing see a woman; horrors will no more crush you. charged that neither Senators Bailey ticket an'made pension' agent changed twice weekly and the pout Ilio ground. As soot, as. they are til

'straggling to earn A livelihood or pdt Backache, dizziness, fainting, bear- nor Rayner In all their congressional at Knoxvlllo! In 1S86. He was elect- well clo.ined out. ISeforo replacing; the good feather they are -1\111"ed IF the

form her household duties when her ing-down pains disordered stomach career' had done ed governor In 1886 after a picturesque l><>ddlirg a little lluuv sprinkled about training coops and taught to pose andto .1
back and head are aching, she Is so moodiness dislike of friends and society : anything to secure campaign In which his brother the floors, or a good disinfectant should bo handled. That liivolvi-n labor .
railroad
4a tired she can hardly drag about or -all symptoms of the one cause-will effective rate legislation./ Alfred A. Taylor, was his opponent ,be\ used,, SeP that there Is no vermin but it nI"S\ many prize*.-.T. II. !>., if '.
tand up and every movement causes be quickly dispelled and it will make When Senator Uulley gained the '
ha on the 1101or In the If there the lalillacbulItta
governorship ;
He-oli'ctad to the pens I'louahDISU .
palo, the origin of whloh is due to you strong and welL ficor he charged that the Montanaaenntor's
should 1 bo drive them in the and
!) when he tcok up pen
tome derangement of the female or. j served until 1801.
sjaniam.IUs You can tell the story of your. sufferings ebullition was due- to the the practice of law at Chattanooga, sprinkle with any of the "hog dips" or :1
to a "Woman and receive help- fact that he had not been mentioned with crude petroleum. This will free Now to Make a 3(91-Bud- .
V > F.lh.er, of 14 Warren ton Street, theme until 1896, meanwhile
ful! remaining
Boston, tells women how to avoid such advice free of coat. Address Mrs by; Suuator Rayner in his speech Fil- them after three treatments at inter- The locution of the Hot bat is an Important .'
EMnkham Mass.: presidential electoron
as
,offering| she writes t Mrs IMnkham-ls Lynn the'daughter-in-law: The, present 'day as one of the president's special again serving Cleveland ticket in 1892. In vals of n week apart. To,thoroughly; mutter. 'It should be on well- "

i ;Dear Mrs. Pbkbam1 :- of Lydla JS, Pink ham and-for ...weDtflve. ,.- rrr.bassadors. He defended hlj own the called to thegovernor's get rlil of vermin the remedy should be drained soil, veil kbeHered from wind '

misery for several with .years she ha*, '
female irregguu aritka' M .- canI; bed and since her decease' been advisingsick congressional service his party had chair retiring In 1899, parts of the ,sleeping pen should be be near the house far eotMenlem-e.

S? .Es ring-dows pains,and frequent headaches; women free of charge. been in power' only the first four since which time he has devoted his sprayed and nil old. Infected' bedding Fresh manure from the horse tta- ,.

Lydia B. time nrlnclnaliy t'o the lecture field JL>urued.-Farming.Hutchertns, ble, mixed with litter front bedding I.Ih Is
Piaknaa ,
. t > !e jetaM!.. Compound: Sacceedsma: Others fall r yearn. If during that time tho democrats ---- -
were in the minority, he hud and to literary work. In the Jut two material mOlt generally made .ute
- yearn ha has made Nashville his I ; Appliance. of to furnish\ the heat needed In the
Introduced a bill to regulate the rall-
UICHS'CApUDINE borne Much ref the disagreeable work of hot-bed. A pile _of this material Is J
road. the senator said he
!
would have
,
: .Backache Senator Carmack left Nashville for butchering on the farm mlgbt bo avoided spread on the place selected for tbe hot''
; a boon performing an act of buncombe
INMIDIATU.V wale .Washington Sunday night. He Is a if one would take the trouble to bed covering an area spmewltnt larger J,

ffEADACHES"pCOLDS lie repented chargoe of Inconsistency member of the committee on inter- have the necessary conveniences. First than-the hot-bed itself Is Intended ,, '

mitt on the part'o( the president in his oceanic canals and his presence will build a low and strong pisiform. It be. It Is thrown on the ground in 14"f

-. legislative program, saYing that the should be made of lumber faced on the era of a few Inches In depth Each

>grv 3 vepnsra aomo of her most< m* vo n novasAt20.'Q6) < "absolute rat first .contended for break the' deadlock on the question: top side, and made extra: strong by. layer Is trod down firmly before another t
tar Mterlor. AI ot of the Panama canal Mr.
miserable and wretched hours. i had been deserted for the "maximum the tJ1; cross pieces underneath. Tbe legs is added: The pile should be Jr.
'Is favor sealevelwaterwayacross 1
known to a
'"?; M Along with tho backache gener. '1.1"' ( ,.. rate' and that the president had Carmack the Isthmus. short, stout and ttell braced. At one I finished off by rounding it over Leave

ally corn headache waist pain, 1 1faBlDe changed: his position on the subject end cut t.a so that. \ e It In this condition for a few days, until "

I Mr*.Wlnslow'fl poothlnif Syrup for' Child rert : feus'! ? non.tc'f! ratPi 9 'pwTHllnsr' - Before( leavin0'N"nRl. w' Cmmarkgave alt fermentation, pets In. This caii'fce
f ftollngs irritability nerv- i .
,
t e.lblwteoten.thegu .,r dur.i>luaaaiu>*' out a statement regarding the told by. a worm moisture Which will beseen $
i r'll\l' the 'courts. : '
and the blues Have by ; 1 .
: : Uoa.alta ?
cuaneas ,spalsenr.wwludcoll.rae.abottleTb.
: Senator Tlllman 'also result of'the senatorial primary, H. ' ...., : t. rising' from It. .It should then be.:
got busy with ne (
'you ,
these troubles? , ,
periodic .
new Italian ." m l" will not hta\pitchfork SJurlng the session ,said': In part!. .',..> "I"' ,t : .1 forked over, shaking: oat til*lung: straw _
'r..t ; and
II so.,'you may fcnor'; that .they bear the mone,,."'* j ;- ; "I accept without bitterness or com it us'' tills .111'doae."and making. another;
.
.
,
. If .. before he had got through he had '
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are duo to.disease of some of- "" the verdict of the democratic heap of It. as at first In two or tbreedays
plaint
HOW TI3 SUNG IN BOSTXJN. pried ap the'lid covering the record
I :
the most Important organs of should, of course, have been It will again give evidence of further .
party.
[ your: body/organs.thatc-ahotijd: ) 'Every. one J.bora.exc, Pt. 'cur ''dlst4ngulehed'progenitor. of negotiations between President ) if course In the senate 'JIJ heating. After this It Is In condl- "
pleased
Roosevelt
,
/ on the 'one hand and the ny lou for, dual disposition In the bed,
get help. or. In time; through could have 'Its approval Insteadof ..
won
--f.
t weakness, via wreck your! .He reposes, In a recumbent position 'democratic senators on the other the but sustainedby [ As the manure is now thrown Into
its disapproval I am
u' 1 health and)!!.. Help them tohealth : within cur residence through thejlfspedal moot "Interesting result being the apparent the consciousness that to the best shape It should be packed down .,,'ell. ,

[ with day I clptation.cf_ a question of e e making It its uniformly compact as pos
r .extremities Idling uPon the veracity In which ex-Senator Chand' of my ability I have faithfully served' sible. There should bo" about two and

fNNtV bronze of the steam 'radiator.( ler' 'of New Hampshire, and the the people of Tennessee. .. '. n half feet of this material.

Serenely engaged in extraclng nebulous president are Involved. -"1 Fhft.ll not cease to take an Interest It Is now ready Cor the frame. This

atmosphere from 'a tobacco Senator Tlllman quoted a statement In public "affairs' In questionsthat should bo put lu place and covered withassb. \

'FCARDUI receptacle of mundane :matter, of Mr. Chandler In which the concern the .ibllo welfare and .. Bank up well outside the frame '.

OUr material mentor. receives soiled president was said to have put Senators the cause of clean and honest government with the manure. Allow the snslt to

linen for the purpose of cleansing 'Foraker. Knox and Spooner and while I shall be only a described may rest In the opening. A remain In place uutU strong beat Is
'
It, down as enemies of the rate bill. democratic voter I shall still be a strong brace Is maila In the form of n generated. When this; begins to decrease -

WOMAN'S RELIEf And in this connection I should la- Senator Lodge at once telephoned democrat." frame, lu which the barrel Is used aud tbe thermometer does not. t4
for register more than eighty-live or ninety
scalding At the
elude filial Ann. purposes. rear
the white house and
got from the
:
y $ay. Mra. Blanche B. Stephenou of Indeed everybody is engaged In some a denial couched In CHINA TO RAISE.COTTON. of the platform a scaffold' Is erected, degrees, cover the manure Insttle the
pra3jhent good rnnie with about 0 Inches of line rich.
w S..42114 Aye.. Chicago,' "I au4hied r variety. of occupation1 in our! domestic being simply a strong piece! of tlid- ,
rtronq! English, 'a denial that went soil, worked .until It is In the mellowestposKlble ,
r-
mounted "
I ding Into
miserably for ave (I) veers habitat on heavy posts set
In Vast
X1j to the length-of saying that the statement Plan on Foot to Try Staple condition. The bed Is now .
rtth a constant pain In 1117 back and /EfcMludlug.\ as primarily suggested 1 the ground. Figure C uhows- the
.Areaa'Ab'out
.
tlpbt side and although 1111 husband ; I attributed to'him.by the former Shanghai.The curve ,In the platform cnt for the ready for use.-pbcn!: K. It 2X ford, la "i,

epop eyed several fII the best doctors our distinguished progenitor.I, senator from New 'Hampshire was attention of British manufacturers scalding barrel, figure: B the form of "Making the Country Home,'* in the If

a Ia tNa creat City DOt cne coul4 ctte /-R. O. Man Springfield_ Republi deliberately and unqualifiedly false of cotton goods, alwajrs In construction of the brace set back of Outing Magazine. ;JI
::
m.'vdiaf. rAt last I took WIDe 01aldul. ean.w' of some new field where cotton .
aenrch tbe.Inrrel' ;
which reUeve4 !>' Senator Tlllnran refT-red to the figuro A the spaffold.: .
my patn. pre- I
-, vented an operatloQ" and rmt.'hei1th r.or. \nmendment. saying that he did I can be grown In competition with Indianapolis Newt.Sfinrifl Iott..oll. : Ponltrr. 'i': '

," 'It 11 a wonderful Curs. Coal In a Tree. so with the purpose of making an the United States, has now been turn --- A good egg nlll sink in water. . ;

i. awe IDecSIdDe for,aD 1 _mens' Ins.p In the ohurphyard. of .a, Welsh village explanation.. He said that the senators ed to China important. Sitting lieu sheuld .I ".
not be fed whileon .
eG iJu alit Now, tree-planting: time 'Is' nt ,
frytt. Is The department of commerce '
a unique storing place provided : probably would be aur..iaed to the nest.Growing .

aD DruggIsts Sa.OO for coal used to heat tae-,I -know that be had been In conference labor has recently recelyed'reports band, every pouitrymau should endeavor
to plant a row fruit trees near chicks should be protected
of "
winter steps
Manchester telling
church the months. from
during with the president lie then "contrary from the .
the poultry house, not little, sinnlitn sun
f In the the Chinese government toencourage ''
? churchyard stands four to his usual taken by
practice read
4 a 1.e8, which will not furnish shade or Tho.,nest must T' .
y ; occasionally be renewed :
toga trees landmarks development of cotton .
prominent
yew the .
i- statement of his,negotiations regard fruit for several years, but the largest and kept clean, :." .
Hj=Thompson's Eye' Water known to all the villagers. But ing the'bill. growing In the vast areas in the that can be found. Road dim,. with fine ..
sifted ashes
;
b these grand old yews are not only vicinity of ShanghaiFRATERNITIES _. Thereare initny kinds of fruit treelthut. makes a good dust bath. ":
The coldees city to tke world .. Xakatak ornamental;. one, at least serves a Ji '"
,
1 A CALL TO KENTUCKIANS. will bear tile se< ,ud year and tho "I'
statcriSiberia..' good purpose for'' In a hollow in oae ELIMINATED. fruit 'willadd to'the Cleanliness! and vigilance\ are the .best .
profits of. the et
'
rID.. ;at.P.n' M.kteb.rry OenHal VevvTn of th.m, which I. 'protectedeb a I preventives of disease. .
. poultry yard.
from
s char door. Is stored the ehur h'. supply Natives Are Summoned Other eupcctnlly'' the As a rule,fowls will'keep healthier .
e ear*Chtldre*,..111.*, Bowel Troubles., .c* coal, says Home Chat. States for "Home Coming Week" <:ileag Education Board Bars Societies Plunjs, new Japanese -If they. Have a good range. ,
, varieties, are fine, while cherries 'a
Ste. .At Draggtsts Me.ao4 D!: per: bottle, In summoning the 600,000 ex-Kon- In City Schools. very '
of education has peaches and apples all do welL A dark comb is an Indication of s ,'
board
,
The Chicago
--u. ,' tucklans now residing! In other statesto
j -
'
a TRANSFORMATIONS S. If the orchard baa already 'been congested state of bio system. :
Louisville for "home taken the most stringent action posftlMe .
Chances efLlvleg In BaHleIn .. return to <
C.rla%. IU*. t* ,..... C+".. Dit.ktyr U .to Governor under the law to put an end to planted It will be better to-arrauga the There la more. profit In markeUna1\
June IS 17.
coming week -
.
Homeric':.day.a battle was ,a poultry houses that the fowls will fowls
so early than
at
__ A......... school fraternities and societies.By any othar UIlI r,
Beckham has issued a proclamation plgh .. ,
Ic. OBfliet-of armed m H., n..Dearer.i become accustomed to staying.there. Now you who hAve ., \
of 10 to the antl-Irat attend .tJ:.
vote
>ow- ot/to your anaJl&at.J b ttwf 'It is almost as bard for an'old coffee In which he mays in part: a .6 There Is no better place for them, poultry shows and who have found out .

va rosirichajj; teof'tc; ling I ,0r'bel.S .topajr;{to qul tbeuee: of.coffee,as It Is "Whereyer-yoAl' have wandered, into rule wa.s' madft+pperat1YO. Its opera-; and they,will keep'/tbe' Insects away that you did not know: all. can you ;

i,; IcIZlea Tbi bigger the man: tbe.bet"iT -'' for a whisky or tobacco fiend to break whatever ;and.,,-Or climes you Play 'tion' will deprive the high schools of from tbe trees. net improve the next season? '"1

,< *.r' were bit, chaaees in the.,strife. off except that tho co/feo user can quit have gone to take up your abode, you :a number of their best athletes and'Jtllrup't Goof An aid to making''fowls
lay In
'' coffee and take: roitnm'Food Coffee authority a numberof. the debating What' PotateT cold '.
!s! tn theavsr plple. time., of mechanical up are now 'by parental summoned weather Is to beat their
_4. ,Vu-fare..ih. situation $' reversed.fBattle without( any feeling of a loss of the '.back.to the proud old state Horn and may put an end to the Most people, I suppose take it for. feeding' but do not 'It grain before
get too
'S, are fought at ranges of a mileOr morning; beverngd,1ur whcu Ppstum" laweU' that gave birth to you or to your-fore- rgmtng oratorical contest. granted that -the. best. potatoes are the fowls have been killed that hot' Us "
', 'U.less*' bolle&and servedwith cream It is ones that contain: the most starch says way'
TkI'smallbr'the man, welcome awaits
;, 'sor fathers> A '01 ua'
really better la point of flavor than a"wrlter In Garden :Magazlae.: On the After cleaning your poultry housethoroughly ;
'flats: ala ebances of being bU. An idsr -, : YOut" ; DEADLOCK OVER CANAL .TYPE.Committee ., :
.1r. .nlous mathematician has figured most r'the"coffe.. served, nowaday n. :: contrary, it Is tbe ones that contain tbe and using crude kerosouu
sal audio the tasto .of the counoUseur U mow;: gluten bt-caase( gluten to an albuminous oil In: all the crevices and on perches. ,. "
4 attthat\ perhaps the casualltisst HEARSE DRIVERS ON STRIKE. Stands Five to Five en the 1 .
.
then litter
Is like ftavor-of flue J food the < Itoor'1th straw and
.
tae "a..L.sea' '. 1 and starch is much I .
aids must bave beeasr Question/
w 1 /
> sse. ; transform's r '-:--- than albumen. chaff. "iJ
. : : takes place t cheaper ,
: ,
1..;:thin those of thela'tbe > senate committee on ..IntefloeaDlo 'i ,
; In the body within ten days or" two Fun..lt Business Tied Up In rjYork .N.wI Tae Now .nt a potato open .nd look at 'The festive lice still gin their attentlon' ., l
I
,i......,...', '.recent war, It U ,be\ weeks after coffee is left off s nd Poss : .-Many Bodies.., '''Unburl.d.', .-.' canals:'Is in a: deadlock on 'the small Illustration "and we shall to' the fowls, .withstanding- 'J':

". ....... ;..tbatiths marksmanship 'of jlum.Food Coffee-used, for .tia, reason 'The,:strike:of 1.500 funeral drivers the gjieitionof the-type of f canal to ,'learn. something worth kiwvlng: about oiled pere-lIer, etcf Agood; dose'of Insect -, Ii;;

w'M"' cod." Tie advir Ut e[ that the poison to'tLe nerves'bps been 'tied',' np- the undertaking business In be; >recommended. : j :this gluten. powder is about the only thing ":.

"$1 ..M'Je WMse ... tn f.rs.ly .. itbJ| 41scontlnned and in its place is taken a.. New)::;Tork city Friday: .so completeJy .'. ;The quoillop psi taken up, Saturday First -cgmes the skin of the potato.In.a that'will rout them.' ?''''''' .
/ r brit4ttl.awl '
of .bels1lt sad ( 1I'iaJ4'1J1at contains the most powerful .that about jio bodies remained UQhurfo -, '* and .the ,vote ,showed,.five lor, 'new potato It .Is tLID"Ira clear, It is poor policy to' sell 'all' best to
'w \f..rp"bJ'ut.}, \ ..: loiart.>U of nourishments :'fi t'Id several Instances? port level csnal and five the lock skin lo/ yonr (
[L sea- ; ?, for \ while d ciky "Jtljea" nature birds...oven If jpaeantobtalii? good 'it\
.' -.r Vare,.asi,.the ;cubes .of Jt'la easy.to.Make Jill, teat and.prove union' 'driver*. >_I, of hearses atfd. .oar'rlages ,. <1 i ),";the minprltq'bfPthebard : potato and, ,o-le: more likely to fie price for while y a>obuui t.
-1;"C4a1.os'willu.I: : these statements by cd/fnriug) from cot., 'C ": .mot'o1" ..1fJt
mealy.
..re" attactajtl In the street of( the consulting engi, money you are not Improvingyou ?f
k In' tarot o(4br'Japanese -, /ere toPornni Vood.Coffee. Second s attain layer 'Varying from stock ..l1,
'"t .and police'protection.......-became..._ ._ 'teaks'asi :: ,-.and:roar,,.birds will .terJonte.i beach
per -oen \ TbK. s a r" o..r. ._ ........ -- absents: '...onaatiSitirra, ,, 11 .. Yn '-"'--"- ',"? 'i-"-- ; ; year as longjti you_ practice sell"-.b..:.-

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can hardly.b said to be a. very rein y ,
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f glen! people Their rctirgloV consistsIn 15 I:. LI1fZL 1.rt'8.'Arola SI. l'bua"P4. 'M
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SONOA/':E'RMJN' BK'v vitas and ceremonies)rathr than In ..-.-,---:-- ; First there's.some .

CHARLES doctrine. and principles. The basis There, are no netmlwj-a in Spain. \Voui u DoubleII : money saved ,to '

01' .EDWARD. LOCKE government and society's; the fifth s.,=:n \\.t.'fl" on the .trrd.. your pocket every time! you\ o
-
commandment-filial devotion. Obedience ...
TOP3$ BELCHING. . :buy a of Good Luck' "
pound Baking
V.I..r.i 'I to parents and respect for old ace I'
.bJ.ct; t .. 'KIa. . Powder '
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are everywherepersistently Inculcatedand ; price: -per can.: !
Cecil Rat rtr." U-ro IUf and isst.al .s
practiced. Herein lie the secret c...'. Vr..-X. Vr..r.A"'Drp&loa..-Ct.... aVID.g' This Is the purest and1ost reliable article '.

'' ,Y.-Dr. Charles EdwardLocke of whatever of vlrtcs and Chinese.permanency Whena ; bF
pastor of the Hanson Place M. may man be reaches found among eighty years of aze' his A sweet breath is pricelm I Every good 'cook who tries Good. Lack becomes '

I K. Church preached Sunday in the .name Is reported to the Emperor,,and a {bi-cmlt Mull's and Auli-llrlcli bad '..t.tVafef tn..Untly.wilt rote Uielnn bad a steady utter bat we conlda't sell'sucfe',. 1 x ,J

New York, Avenue M. E. Churcr'on yellow' robe Is presented to hIm as a, sii'i bad .lut indicate od.nm..e broth., .i "quantities if' we tried t&maketoo '
"J ellu I Christ the Universal Klnj. mark of Imperial respect on the presumption which <. due to stoma.N trouble.. much profit-therefore cents can' !
'I 10 :
+. The sermon 'mas: the annual one before that his life must bars) been Mull's Anti-Nelah" Wafers purify the l) a ,
.. the New York Bast Conference. virtuous or It would not have been .t ....ach and top belching by ebcorltinje A wonder of modern merchandising Is
t The text was from Revelation xl:15i: '' foul gH.e* thai *ri.. from "d..tord food .
;"( "The klqgdoms of this world are be prolonged. and to ijr 'Mlipl.TinK' the digeeuw, .urgaw withaahral.iIveota '
. All that China needs to inake St 'a for food. "
"' come the kingdoms of our Lord and of progressive and useful nation Is Chris!! They" rehrv* ...*. or car *ickn ** and oaomi > : :
'1 Ills Christ" Among other things .Dr.' tlanlty.; with Its Christ and Ills' Institutions. . ..f any kind. ' I 1 "I 1 GOODLUCKi157r': ..
Locke said: They area more, promising; Tl.rr' quickly cur headache.. correct" the
,4 With Ills own hand God"wrote on the I people than were our ancestors lulirltaln ill fifect; of *xca vrating. or drinkingThey ... .
will, destroy a tobacco. whisky or
foundations of history "The seed of
I before their conversion to onion breath instantly. koarIrf' receiver. useful and elegant premhul18 for '1
'' the woman shall bruise the 'erp nt'. ? a
the of
: preaching
through
Christianity: "
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; ia the .tom.
:;' )108 ct." On the radiant advent morning Augustln and the graceful Influence of settle They Indigeatum stop, cramps,"colic, gsa. in the the Good Luck'COUpoDI., (notice picture below), and -

:% \,' the angel! said to the bewildered shep? Queen Bertha the wife Ethelbert.: tnimich snd tnl..tinea. diatendetl andunifi theN Ira coupon on every can.. .Many clever women
herds, "Bebold. I bring you good tidings They have won their way by venerable heartburn> bad comjlciion, dirty to' furnish their homes and obtain handtom .
manage
( of great Joy. which shall be to all pt-lU or anT ether aUictioa': risins' from : .
( people!' ;" and. later the Great Teacher age to can everything do for them.which Occidental Confucianism nations a.A liw, s i>..4.t tommih.Veko Wafers. sill pieces of Jewelry for themselves. *, all from these coupons.: ["1

Himself 'I, If I be lifted \ "w Mull' Antl-Oclrh .Other baking powders claiming to be equal to"Good
announced: iODLICiit
with Its virtues and Buddhism "Ibis :
negative in. thud. and.'''1 want you te kll'l"" it. .,
up from the earth will draw all men with Its Intangible mysteries, ogre ala,aoi appear .r.in.C190 Luck cost more, and bring you no premium,eivhaar..
unto Me!I" Though Confucius died of
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have been tried and found.wanting.
Ask for a can.' K he hasn't It, please
.J your grocer
a broken heart fearing he had spoken
May China not be a. nation which is
; no truths which would survive him :! GOOD FOR 251:. 113 sead us his lI.m.. .
.
w to be born in a day! -There Is> tradition

". .and. Socrates' drank despondency the that the Apostle Thomas carried Send this' coupon; with your nam THE SOITTHEBN If G. co.. the ".cnri.t , rlr'n&Ya'
-
hemlock .tn biscave Atb.I'
overlooking ,
; the Gospel first to China. As early as .
nd uddrcos and your druyi t' name
ens yet Jesus Christ, the world's Great 1288 Pope,JIiIlcboJa. sent 'missionaries slid* lOc in atamix; or ...I...... and w. + coupon from
Optimist, cried out in triumph in the to China. There Is a God In Heaven will supply yon a psmnlv. free if you back of can. : 'r4
I' midst of the- agonies of- the cross "It who has not forgotten the Chinaman. I..Tu Tr used *luU. Aoti-Jtrlcb: ,sea Wiest .f i i.M
Is finished! and Paradise Lost became What shall I say1. ot Japan the land Wafer*, ..iici will al.! .. send jron a ran Mnpj..Y.,p i ,
lowarj the
lifiat.rood lor tic.
Paradise Regained.John the Revels- pur;
,
of little people and of great deeds' ; of
rh... el more Uclrh Wafers. Von: will
fn the isolation of his
'. tor seraphic culture and courtesy with a population 'unit them inns''i bU for ..t"'n.trcou.' .
exile: saw In his vision the fulfillment of 4S.OOO.OOO living among 4000 Is': .* 10:111: ;1' of all these prophecies and exultantly whose area is 102,000 aquare' mU**- AItu".'.. Basra ,biro! Co.. 82S 3d ..
wrote "The knlgdoms of this world about three times the also of the State AYe., hock: 111..nd. l '111.V . ':'I, IN 1956. .ujuriui' MALSBV Vic Co ;
tr are become' the kingdoms of our Lord henomena'l' "Maudel"! ". 4i : ,
at New York? nation Address .'" ; TUB
and 1I"a'u.
G. and- of Ills Christ.- Only thirty years ago it was a crimeto diet JfW p'd.1o "Waat Is it, John 1" c f 126' IT *. :
It :was a-I long looked for psychologl- accept Christianity in Japan. In \-- a "This boracio acid plo doesn't taste BANK DEPOSIT 41! South ForsJtb $t., Ataata t! "Ba/; ,

cal moment when Betblebem'a star I860 an English sailing ship Just returning -, All drwlaU.. COc.: per bo* er by'mail like the boracio acid pie that mother $5.000 BOO Fads COUUIK9

I. appeared above the dimpled hills.efJudea.i from' the Orient reached the upon_rectfpt, or, price. !*.<,alli.ect"tc4.; : used to make. -|Mute tak....Limited educo"on -
CIvlllcatlon had slipped down
Ttames.. On board were two Japanese hindrance. Board at fort,WrlM today,
from the hoary highlands of Bactrla :youths who bad worked their way The -pay of the Chinee soldiers. figuresexactly .:. no Bi
COLLEGE. Mta4
BUSINESS
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J' to the lowlands of Hindustan; it then before the mast Disconsolate and : : eighteen cents per week., : .. JN LOVE. ', GA.-ALA.. ,r
t(';) moved westward, tarrying long enough alone they went to bed snpperless that b'
"I wish there were ten days In tae .
AWFUL SUFFERING
f' to build its towers In Persia its .tem first night because all the crew, bad r't
( pies in Greece, Its tomba'lu Egypt and week, sighed Gladys.
gone ashore. A few months ago one .
4 its thrones in Home. At its. birth of those Japanese bays again returnedto rrom Dreadful Palo. FromWound oVoat "Why" asked Grayce.. .
t Christianity encountered the fierce op Great Britain. This time he was .Syaten> All Kuu' Dewu-Mt "Jack could call oftener then." Portable sad btwllonary J.'

4' position emperors and-armles. Rome welcomed by the 'Lord Mayor and a racnloa Cnre by Cuticura."Words . '

f-. was mistress of laud and. sea The dtstinguishedcompauy of such men cannot spe.k highly enough" for Engines; Boilers, ,; ;
founder of Christianity Rqman When you btWWEATHLR
was a
.t\ the Duke of and Lord Rose-
Argyll I
as the Cu nut:& Remedies am now seventytwo -
subject its chief apostle a Roman clti- bery. lie came,''as Joe guest cf the years of as*. ,M> -system had. 'Saw Mills ,
; : Ie'l'he whole Itoruanempire was city of London nnd was lavishly entertained been all run down My blood was so bad Pr/
burled across the path of the progressof at the Mansion House. He that blood poisoning had set in. 11 I bad CLOTHING ?,.L--i'. '. AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERYCom.fl

.Christ. Ills followers suffered but was Marquis Ito, who has been four several! doctors 'attending me, so finally 1went you went '1' ".."" ** lit. Carried la i.toe.t fr.JWMZDZA2'Jf ,:
in the sign of the cross they conquered.Our times the Prime Minister of Japan. to the hospital where 1 was, laid complete .I 1zLfrZBr.'j
forefathera bravely followed the This is romantic the na- and ankle protection
a epitome-cf for two month lit foot [ '
guiding star t.) the summit cf the Allegbauy up and longservice. Beat Machinery,Lowest Pleas sad Bt Tense'
4
of .Many of its statesmenare Dark '
tion Japan. were .:moot beyond recognition. : '
I, Mountains and fixed the western Christians. Admiral Togo bas a blood: flowed out of wounds in many ptaces: i pi Write us for, catslofftie, prices, ,.,

boundary of the new republic; but Christian wife, and is himself-not! a and 1 was so disheartened Jbat; thought These and mai'other points rare / r etc.. before buylnr.>> '. -. -' ,
good
ware ears pushed the frontiers west pagan. Iii the recent war the bravest surely my last chance war slowly leaving combined in i / /
) and when at last against the generals were Christian mc<<.n. Japan me. ,,Aa the,foot did not improve yea can TOWER'S W. LD000LASs; '
prophecies' of American statesmen the was pagan ytoterday. It Is agnostic to- readily imagine b w'l felt.1 was simply &RAND .
F. "
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plums- -'were crossed by the Intrepid day to-morrow It will be Christian. disgusted and I .tOGd'tb.. CLOnDNG''t "' SHOEStft'
then autocratic ..lawmakersdeaantly dredfu2,1oe OILED 3 & 3?
pioneer.
;
Doubtless among the kingdoms of |iuin-which: was six: : monthsv > -0 .j
.. ,4 announced that the serrated this world which the ecstatic Jpho) saw and during this time'1 was not able to 't W., L. Doullda.,$'.00 Ollt trifle Un.j'
peaka cf: the Rocky Mountains would becoming the kingdoms of our Lord weir a *ho* and not aela\ to work. Someone cannot tx quailed at any price.'' t

outline the western boundary of the and of Ills Christ was the great empire spoke to me about Cuticura. '.fb. con.sequences a o '
1 nation but steadily; and gracefully of Itussla. The Russians are a were 1 bought a *et of th:* Cu- % .t.owr5 a i ,
moved lhat point of light until at.last mighty, mysterious paradoxical providential ti lIra Remedies of one of my friends Who ,,=": D :J. Only $14.00For U4 t fPI

it mingled its silver beams with the people. ,Their ancestors are was a druggist, and the praise that 1 gave I .

., ,golden embroidery; of the sunset toast found among the ancient Scythians in ate the second .p lie.ti"l1 i* beyond description DOMESTIC FINANCE.Mrs. '"
Then even the wisest of modern magi Southern Europe five centuries before* ; it seemed a miracle, for the Cu Knlcker-Can get money this Oak: Mantel, French. Plate Minor I t s 9
l", thought that the star of empire bad Christ, worshiping a sword fixed: ln the! ticura Remedies took effect immediately.). .you, Tile Hearth and seine, SO-lnoh OraU i no 0 ,'
;. become a fixed star, but faithfully it ground as an image of the god of war. .1 washed iLe'too' with the Cuticura Soap:! from :your husband Buwmar Front need... for emialocu snowIng '
has pursued its noiseless tread until Under the reign of Vladlmcr. 1000 A. before api-iyinj'the Ointment and I'took Mrs. Bocker o. By the time rTe tog doaUrna from ifs*e S1OO.: Iti i

today If is brilliantly shining above D., the Russians became Christians; toe Kesolveat at the *ame tint*. After paid the cook for a good dinner beforeI J. E. Hunnlcutt & Co.

\ eastern archipelagoes and continents. getting their reitgloanot from Rome,. two weeks' treatment ny' foot waa Sealed ask him,, 1'Dju.t even.-Harper's , ,rfr
;:, We are the creatures of that star and but' from Constantinople; hence they,, completely! ,People: who bad seen my foot Bazar.1 ATLANTA GA.

F. must keep up with Its aerial flight are Greek Christians.' during' my illnen and who tar swii.it U_ _. _
for wherever It lingers there is another The Rus.lan has clear religions convictions since, the cur can hardly: belt .* their _

Bethlehem's FOR'"BOYS' 'and
.... .hymn. Ufetlme.-of :.U urcbv. Hens tor Beveridge Bays: K.: 1. Aug. 21, 3I3J.:! fOGD I 1 ,
within the ; many here "The religions aide of a Russian is all 1 rW
. present the star appeared in theAsiatic Mnny r fail throiign .aen. while otbrsuvcecil
sides of him. Ills faith is serene and'miD4d..bt 41'4Z'
The natural diet Is Invigorating aad atreBgtbeaina tot>o4y
ft Heavens and the angel choir Ihrmhiaihire.. ntore more palatable, ;
." and steady'; the holy' leans are revereently r Y r, . to the contrary with ttnatural, improperly prepared food which stoats
,, again sang alory to God in the high"" protected and the devotion cf the T afN... c...... n n Carat f1. the) nowtb. dwarfs the mind.' causes a lack of will power and steadiness of --.-. ;
est on earth peace" good will to men. : soldier is marked. LIke> Cromwell's I hvl.aitppllesti!, SIll they unnotresoltthediseased No doubt that fifty,per cant of the allures in Ufa oaa be traced to Improper diet 'paut, 'iv'.; r "
.kM,: The year ISJ! a baa been called the army: they. often rush into battle with . portion the ear. 'Ylierelsonly one W"'Al: .. ;d: 'tMANUfA41 -

.Anons'Mlrabills: Of modern missions ,, sacred songs on their lips. .', way to cure duafudaa. and that "'br 1; : coustltutlooal -' ri w.LDD: I -l
and truly It was a "year wonderful" Russia is In'' process br'eTGlution.8"e remedied.. Veal..".. In aaubttd by aaInCliftied '. _' rIIIe..NW.yenotdmyhreskug.MeeseM4'k "
t. for the doors were opened to one thousand Is not "a bear that 'Walk. .Uke a condition of the mono Unlnir of ;
million of the human race. In the Kuatachlaa Tulx When this tube Iain- .M'R PRIC'E'S i 1I t.,
that India was transferred from man .as "Kipling said brit she is a' flamed :you have a rt1m"Jl4r.oaDd; or Imperfect .it $10.000 ::''IltJUrJ.:
t year man 'Who bas been acting like a bear. hearing and *X'T: ,* It If ratlrely closed ,
the clutches of the\ avaricious East But it will be remembered that another Deafness 1*the r'jralt,and union the Inflammatien B : .
India Company to the British crown nation in 'its developing history" behaved -' can be I&\te\ ont nnd Ibis tube restored . . uat ...mils.hrbyW g!d......... .-.,....

and Queen Victoria became Empress so much like a quadruped that It to Its. r.ormnl. coixlitlon: haring will .4 'WHEAT'FLAKE CELERY es.t-w_ to.....,wbyth7CM;4 .- .tae UMtr SJ M._...._..... .t.
of India. By the Treaty of.Tientsin be sit forever. Nine eases out of ta
; ; will probably always be referred to .., M4 arc of gsstes I '
the ports and interior of China wereopened' .Johnny Bull/" 'Russia's medievalismIs : axe sensed. by catarrh,wbloh Is nothing but an I tstdeeavd.etanscyKY i .. ...... " .'
; Inflamed eondltlan of the mucous snrfaoes.Y.'e .w ::;: .. ,
and the people were permitted 'I'r. ::
being rebuked and her virility, and will give One Hundred Dollar for any .., g'1IJl .y.. j.:
.t to accept Cbrlat1.nlt7-""lthout persecution integrity; and faith and enterprise1 rain.of IMafqffMfonnaed! by catarrh)that cannot FOOD W..e.e n.ei.ad.* .., 4 :I'7I ,
and Japan.:aftcr:'ZOO years of will yet bring her forth, Intq a full-" be cured by n41'aCstarrhCure.'Bendforcireulanfree. CAUTIOiasht ....... eeing 'W' '
_
; exclusion made Its treaty "with. Great Jb Co Toledo U. : tut. N _ae 'I .
", orbed Christian nation. I'.J.Cniicai Without his Bam* and prlo. tarn|Md oat but iota. '; y ,v ,
, Britain. Now let us see how these By their men :ye shall know ''them! Hold by Druggist. TCc. ffy cf!'""***} Gar MWf net a.4 4e.asw. ':.
. (" great kingdoms of the earth are becom- It there have been cruel and heartless Tako Hall's Family rill for constipation.. Is Si natural food, and I. healthy for growing children. Let the children try It, and ,Writ*for ; ........-JSLAahtr..ad.'s X ,
.
.. .
, .' A> lug the kingdoms oC: our Lord and cfHI rulers there hare also been epoch- note after continued ace the mental and physical vigor it imparts. y ow. DOl J f

, 11 *.Christ. making leaders. A-nation must navel among Dover; nll.h has; become limit, on.rcaoi of't..the" farorite ', 'Pal.tableI I aus-Ea.J of Digestion and Beady Eat THE DAISY FLY.''KILLERy"-= 1:!
t., India has a population of 200,000,000 permanent qualities of greatness which'can Wee-Y-'- : = '%
and an area of 1.800.00O miles. L. a 1Ir.: r.. A"f." r.. S'.!' .. : ate.
square claim 'among its master minds such "
I (}?. t\.1'f\ ,:
. 1 Suttee infanticide and the voracious men as Prince Knropatkln. De \Vltte }Buy f.? &: U. Paint and get a full rttta. .If.-_ .JttJ... \--r' w. ....,.'j' ."t'O .. w...aY..s."fns '
Wears -Gt. .;?;:...... .... - ,'
. juggernaut are-gone forever Because Verestchagtn and Leo Tolstoy 10 10..IS years. IxrraiiM". 1.me *. .1_ .ewFDaaasaa. ...,," .., .-.- :-' ,, "" 5 ,

I;. of the huge reservoirs constructed by The Anglo-Saxon and the Slav are-to make/ harden I..A M.I.I'ainJ JotWhite wear like irou.1.cS14.': Oc Price/ ,th* Kotor.of Dr.FriM'a Crmm BaUng Powder and Delicious Flavorinc ItateelaAIlEEevrtoresrAe :: ro ,." . ::'-.'&_ t;),:'!
" Ta English!: foresight famine is rapidly disappearing "" '
be. the two great regenerating, Influences 4 gntloaf" of I. A M. > : .. 7"I
with
misled 3 gallona '
i)I' -, and the gradual elevation of Asia-the former '-movingwestward oil will ;: : .\ .... "' ,'1 .
paint I moderate l red .. .
bou. ..-.> _.... "
.ot \1"
) .. of women is taking place. India .will the latter moving eastward. C.S.Andrew. Kit-Marorj: Dan burr.Conn.. '.'" ., ...__ \ ,

11 be Christian from the Himalayas to The future of the world nudist reckon Yrltt'o: '"p.int'' 1 "r house. W Tears ago 10 CENTS A"PACKAGE AS ""C" nomnOTunrr __._ _________. __ _........._ 1.. ..: '.
; Ceylon.from; Bombay: Calcutta i- with the''',Rueglan. 'Other races .."e with I.. A M.r looks well t-dav. ,',* '

. China has had, continuousauthentic had their chance and failed. The;two AINT YOUR no SE. ,. Sensible wives devote their spare I Yeu. eeda BUGGY;'!': Tlllsldea+ YOU 'P ;: l.J,

L' .11..tor7 for forty centuries. The .first great peoples who could emancipate I* per cent rommiasiun.'allowed to aav Ume' to mending their husbands' gar. .' .... '.f ..... ,..,
t. real character in Chinese'.history was" their slaves destined teach **.' 'lent, when : .. .J )- 11l
own are to we- have ni'a (ent. on *,,1.1 meats rather than to nagging them l .
the C. LOOK I A (41.00 This,,far tt/O.OO.:Thus bMta UMaa_ ad.'T''d, t
I Emperor Yu. wbo ruled.220t IX the liberty of Christ to the nations at. ot.** *, )1. to jiroperty-awner:>> st. our ra1111 .
Oolden. eea.e Buaaa- f ullF nanwleed .dh.*alleab
.The Chinese be the a
are supposed to the ends of the earth. It Is true of the price. :A.-
I descendents of Bheiu the oldest son' Russian as It Is true of the Anglo- Apply{ l to LON'KMAV A; MARTINEZ. WASTED TOA i SHADOW. GcIrJtana.-.popoYtlarwnl.eU rmi a.JIT 1Q.kaiser'\t iel.h w, ,, ;. I.

of. Noah. They settled en the banksof Saxon that'he not only conquers. but I'm'at Mato,". New York, : --. Write to-dar. for.' ,x-:......'r.......:.:.....a.w.. ...... .it.4..as""a W 1

,, the Yellow River and established a he assimilates. ,.The Japanese,; Emperor' !beans.. Ban- I ,Eat roaad av .Car rSun-Vrla Attar..Flftcea: .Tar* No75 .)(.ut.TO, '. OGOLCEH. ...t.u":1..e.. ":.... 11 1. ": )4rc'lt viJo.otf!\ 1', 1Catalog
klgdorn coeval with Babylonia and ..I. lloatmt: ;; ; 'It.
." ., At the end of the frst.century there :
1, : Egypt and before Abraham came cut were in the world ..oooOOOCbrlstlm./ .;
of Chyilea.I at the end of the tenth century KX.OOO.- Pnl n.' Gratnt BI MMl Portlier...... CapitoL Columbur., says:
Four hundred and six Billions cf peo- 000; ft the end of the fifteenth century 'if blood 4s 'Impure, thin,tllsenoed. "For fifteen ;years I i'
your
ipJe\ and 4.225.000 square miles, and hast 100,000.000) ) ; the end of the eighteenth hot or, full of hnmor. If you have bloodpoison \ had kidney troubles? 'WfJVtHE E
o avcoast line of 2500 miles. The climate I : ,
', century 200000000. and at the end of eanoor, earbuuele. tIMing sores e sand though I doctored
Is very much like our owji. There are the nlnteentu century 500,000,000.Chris scrofula,eczema itching,risings and lumps (1 Vallhfully.
'): broad rivers. lofty mountains and valleys tians. In 1600 the inhabited surfaceof scabby, pimply akin' / bone pains, cfclarrh, could' not .
.r, ,, .of extraordinary fertility There the earth was 43.788.0OO square rhenmal Ism, or any blood or skin 'dlaeam I til jdHV X. nnd a @are. I had "" ..: '" \
"; .*F' ,Is vast' mineral wealth Beside iron miles, of- which only 3,480,000 was take Botanla Blood Halm (B. B. B.) aooordIDK t ,he4"7 .bn k4ehel"dl07 Ji

"'''If -. gold,!silver and 'copper there are 1mM.i Christian. In 1000 the inhabited surface aohe to and directions.pair ..toP.HOOD the all blood acre I* made beat headaches and 1UBLACK "

:" mama cjal fields; all of which lie almost of the globe is C3.4O1.400 square pure and rich li arlnjr the skin free from e i / terrible urinary; disor %. v
.;, "; undisturbed waiting for the cornIng miles, of which 44,618,100 is Christianand very. eruption, and giving tho rich glow of ders. 'One day,I col- :, A
.? ot the higher civilization which only 8,782.800 non-Christian. Truly. perfect health to tbe'IldL At the same .11k lapsed fell insensible Loaded Black Powder iShcltf
will'some'dayadorn'this. drowsy na- "the kingdoms of this world are be- UmeB.-B. B. Improves. the digestion cure __ outlie cldexralfc' and ,. :
,
"i, lion China ties partly in the temper. coming the kingdoms of our.Lord and dvipepfla; strengthens weak kidney,, Just v .. .
ate Bone.! where the greatest nations His Christ! tha mediate* .(or old people, a* It give 1 "t ti4en wasted away in .\ ..
.:> have developed and 'where the posslbllitles them >new,1 bottle vigorous bl od:. Druargtot. el'' : bed for ten'week's... ? .Shoot Strong _and Evenly ,
with directions for home '
per large Arterttreing giS'eu' I (
beotOD.-u.lu&t .
of and up
power permanency are. BUls\ .. cure. sample) freed i prgiald by writing rc'sunJ'pJre.) F' .:
t: assured. z- Blood Balm Co., 'Atlanta, Ga. Dnc-rlb I Bonn's Kidney: Pills. In a couple of -.... ....'. . ..., '" ';.. .
f- 'They are 'an industrious people, al- Begin today: with the determinationto trouble and peelal' free medical advice' ,, months I.regained m70Jd health, and .'- Will StandReloadlng. i
? busy quiet and peaceable. Wbtt- find blessing.his tender merciesare also sent In sealed letter:". B. U. B. U eapeMlally now weigh -188 pounds. Twelve boxes: : 1 f ,I \
... -tEay.lethargy characterises'the country about na on every side. Be on the advised for caronlft;'deep-ee&ted did It. and I have been well two ? :- $ \ "V p ", .., '
. ., ; government the typical Chinaman lookout' for- them 'and' yon will--find aM>* -of Impure blood and skin disease, years. et "" '
6Ata
The
and after all elM tails.Theylitrgesti'Meilcan Bold by alt dealers. SO cents a' box They :Alway .;
' cores ; \
>J. shrewd "The look for
.
'I i a ; active successful .toller. them.. more;we ,.!them 'Buffalo .r .,:
Co.
I- The Chinese invent'ed-printing and the more,of them'we will see. Blessings : .. .Foster-Mllbura, ; ,N.'Y.' .- ,4.0't<'. l1' I ,-:>,
\i 'gunpowder;' first used the- magnetic brighten when we count them. date is ChU i i For SaI E .... ...
.
iv needle; made the finest porcelain and Out Of the determination of the heart huahua, with an area ot nearly'.90,000 The deepest gold mine-in the world' '!' ; 4:1o'MPlrriNP": .' rr,,; \

i .\.. to-day manufacture the finest silk and the eyes see, square miloa.. .' is. at.Bendlgo U ,AnsUvUla., |
the most exquisite embroidery.' "If ;you want,to be gloomy, there' -- -- .
ti I p, They .an-educated-peoplev..' 'All ''gloom "enough to-xkeep ;yon glum; If
i '"candidates for- official position-which you want to"\be. J glad there's+ gleam'
la saldTbrbo the- nulrersat ambIUon"'of enough to keep you glad. Say."'BJen

1 all tinr\.la-meatpasrdimonlt watt 'the Lord, 0 my sonl;and fjr'lret'DOt.l.J You
tloaH4)f oour.*,r'do'nor need to His benefits' Better lose eonnf fn Look ii

>mlcd.:you that their standards of ednittoa enumerating ;your blessings than lose

ar* low;.tbele! astronomyts'plctar year' bleaai.g,1bt'telungovei' !::;our
squety ming dItl_ ;'a.tr9toMO'&IItl tro ;! Ikud
:mU) their science* pathetically tehlid bUss His name! "-E...... G.'B. Luna !
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: iPiocNGs Of COUNTY SOlONS. Notice of Intention to'Apply for Lotvaman. la Polk Cannty. Florida and H shallbava Public )Road Notice. i '

Jfa principal. omoa In UM town of Oaala. .mtha .
' Charter. .ooanty of Marian, and State of Florida. A Plat of the. Prepceed Change' la the Plaaaaat I ANNEX SALOON Orlando .Fla.
*. .
w UUI Road ta Tp. M rSS.otoe .
sari f coutlau.d'from'.ar.t: pare. ) Notto ta Iwrabr gives that th. end.ruIgn.l. / 1 ARTICLE IL. "r > I la hereby given that It la the* IntanUrnft ,

;dea4 plsw tree standing Just north of win M>py to UM Jadn of UM Circuit Ocmrt of the The BatMral nature of the bualnaaa te .ba tranacted UM Board of County Commissioners. of OaceolaCouacy. ..... .... -.. -
Bmmtli JadlcUl Clrout.o(...,....... la MM far by corporation shall.be. the manufactvraand Florida. at the. next .regular mating of -
._ OJ..... .wamp iheooe south 60 de- UM Cnantr .f OwnU. at'11tu.dlk narlda. rtMrrrw aale of aD kl.....,.qualities and daaaripUoaa ..Board to.ba .held oa Monday the 4th day. ., i .
'
rre4 east U> a plo.slake V 14 chalpa, amid Courtney .... m e tSth Uy atMar. naval .--, eroaa tiaa ahlad. and. lumbar. thafarmlnc. June. A. D. HO*, to ehanaVtha route of the public

belDK just south of an' opening or 1904. farm Ctutrtnr liMorporatlns- "N.r- buying, aalllnjr reining of aruda gum road to Pleuant Hill la Tp. M a r, M .. aa re- To My Friends and e

f.oie.'laa'I to said thejnce coos BuiuhliM. Horn and. Sanitarium for Con. and other........ product from pine traaa and eordedlnBook JI of the Mlnutef amid. Board. ; .
.' olpr..w.mp. umptivM" undo. UM following propoMd Oiartor. 'pine wood: the ....Ildla..nd operetta of railroad Par 111. eo aa to ran a*follow '. '

.,south 92 1-Z derreea west fourteen the original of which hi harato attached. and. AM' and. tram road. to.b*need la aoanaetloa with aaldbuelnaaa .Commencing 11-4 chain. west of the halfmiletak -

ohatos"'and IT 1-2 link to "id eotlonHIM la the ulna of the Clark of tha Circuit Court to the' law ns....not te .b*aaad. aa aommoa .on section line between Section I and IT on : thePublic Generally

between sections 19 and 20 to a and. for nth County of .-... 1 arriarai the luanlns of money'and ii.. taking .of present road, then to ran west .W.n. ,nth eec.
WltMMOur Isms this. fed.. day. of April. A. tioa line te the northeeeteorner of the '
said section Hoe Just' property or other adequate security U erefoi-| thebuylnc. nw 1-4 of
tree on,
pine D. 1101.. -. _III.... "handling' and .hi any wlaa. oaalln ..1-406 Sea 11. then**to ran south U deer** r
south of said cyp'ei* swamp. thence MARIE: LJ ENN1S. "! la all kl.....of marahandla' at whol. ..al.. retail oren wet 45 chain and. Sf link to the one-half mile > .. .
.uulobloDII' said section line 31 chairs FLORENCE: B. BEST eummi salon. This oorporatloa shell .' hare stake' oa aeotlon Una between sections IT and 18, '

.to tbe,soutbwe't corner section, ,poetof ELIZABETH A BEARS.. the power to hold buy, own control, da a. aell.convey thence" mouth alone said. aec\len II... 40 chalnatoaectlon I have purchased: <<. 'JleWirs-AiinexJSaloon liiOrJiiiido) ., ;

section 20 thence south along .the .JOhN P. ENNIS.BOPHIK !.... or ........, mortgage pledge. ... earner being UM southwest corner of.... 4

ectlonllfie between 20 and 30',. :40 _..:...--ENNIS. ehanr both real Improve. and personal otharawlea. property. deal.of.. and any dlapcaeaf mature .tween tionlttheneaouth.otloM'1t and alone out.chain. the aectlon* to Una a dead be and I will give prompt attention 'to all orders for

obah.tothe1.2mile.take on raidsection.hne.tbeiceeat3.4'cbalrise PROPOSED CHARTER and .kind whataoeven and do all other thins pine tree standing Just north d'a oypreaa awampthence r

: ,t n J OF : aeooteary. appropriate eoavonlent, or IncldenCal. south SO digress eet to a pine ataka 1-4 Whiskey, 'Wine, br,*Bccr. entrusted. to me.and In--

present roadbed, and lo elitabUlb said NARCOO8SKE SUNSHINE HOME AND SAN!. to the purpoee herein. atatad; to receive paytnentfor chain' .being just south of aa opening or crossing .

tiaoKed route ai a public !road, and TARIUM FX5RCONSUMPTIVES,, all or any portion of Ita capital stuck aubeeribed. In law cypreee ._..,. thane* oath !II.1-& de- vice all '''my former patrons to niake( my: place their

Instructed to give l the Th. nndenlxned: .aeaoelaU ..........h'.. together for In money. property labor. or ...-.uliiaa, at a rree west fourteen chain and. IT 1llnka. to amida.ctton ,
the cleric was for ot 'and Jaat valuation. thereof to .be Mod by the. Board. ofDiractora. Una b.tw.n..rkme. 19 and M toe? pine
becoming Incorporated
Uotloe of such change. On motion the forming the purpoee a benevolent. aaabelatkm. nnder and by and. to have and .*ereUo any other tree oa said. section line Just south of said cypreee headquarters when In Orlando.

following resolution were pas*' d:' .virtue of the law of the Bute ef Florida with and power as.ayb.soa..ary.ad. ., aonvenient for ewamp. then. south alone bald section line tl .. .
charter thaeeveral. bualneeee*nereby .Intended te ba ear" chain. to the eouthweet comer shin poet of aea. .. : .. .:.. ;..._,
!'Wbe a. Orange county' l II about under. the following AKTICLK propoeed, I. rid on by said eorpoiatiotwTha f orejrolnc clauses lion W thence aouth alone the aectkm line between '" -

'toVuJtd publl road to KlMlm- . M aad M. 40 ehalna to the 1-t mil italic .
on
anew .hall .be the Oar.' herein lOOt forth ahall beoontrued a* Indepandf ntbualneaeea "
The of the eeeociatlon'
k .nee to strike the Osceola. county line corer name Bunchln. Home and. Sanitarium for Coa.umptt. and power*, and the .enumeration' said aectlon II.... thane east S-4 chain* to preeantroadbed .. . LOWEST 'PR'iCJS'; .
anykpecifa business or power shall! not.b* bald. to . and to eetabllah. . amid changed. route a* a .
-on the west side of the Atlantic Coast ....,"and the place where It la to betneatadI of
......
the ef 0....... and. State limit or reefrlct In any manner any other buainea public .. .
Une n.llroad..abollC.t.h1 section line Narooaaee la County s'n.o/nclo'Clerk BY T E GALLON '
Wltneea'lny-hand / of amid /. :
Df'FIurIcIa. .' % or power of this corporation. This corporation 0 .:
between section 2 and,5 la to 23 .,.V. :29 ARTICLE II. ahall also.have the power to own and deal la _.....Board.... thejofflcUl Coal. of amid Board this llthda ._. ..t

F *>. It was determined .by the board.Lo. Th.general nature of the obJeot'of$ the aaeooiation ; and. bond, of other corporation, and. to lapieeintand of May A. D' 1KM. RYE from $ .oo up : ;;
vote such stock at stoek-bWrs' meetings. to Seal E. U LESLEY. f
-e1e.b.rbJllld a new road from said shall .b. th. ear*and. treatment of patient ,
*nvaa.in any of the bualneeae' enumaratad "hara-* gQ-4t Clerk Circuit Court OeceoU... FU.:Z 1
road to the north line .ufferlns1 from the &- of eosumptt.n.ARTICLE .
Orange county' III. in a* a partner with other, be4 they corporation Public CORN from $2.00 up I

of the 'owt, of KUttmaiee city In +ectton Any white...- ihall be qualified to .become. a or Individual and: avnerally to have, .......** and .. Road Notice.

1$ of said township, or. to change! member. of the Aemlation. upon the payment to onjoy all the rights- powara'and privtlocee. of. ...... Notice .U hereby aiven that It M the Intentionof ; GIN from $2.00 'up

rltbe present'rpad between said point, the Aaeoelation each admlechm fee a* may .b* poraUon for profit _nixed and. axlatliurunder. jtlM Board of County; Conunlulonan. of 0.....", . . .--, .- -
( ,
required. i the law of the State of Florida County Florida, at the next raarular meeting of "
Instructed to
W
and J ;, Oliver wa '
ARTICL IV. I ARTICLE!: ilL ; amid Board to''ba held on' Monday the 4th day of OTHER GOODS '
said route' and ,
:ejurrey proposed re.port The.... for Which the Aeeoelatlon I* to exist i 'I.n..lioI. to change tha public road from J. 8.

to the. neat meeting of the Board. hall .ba twenty year. *. The amount of the capital aleck of the amid ear Walker.Ito,* to the Baalnawr warfbouaa aa It PROPORTION '
Upon the application of'TJme) Baas A KTICLK V. I poe.tionshall.be fifty Mound dollar tM.OOO.'', now rune thrush the nw 1-4 of aw 1-4 of Section IN ON '
divided Into flve hundred (500) ahare each of the 50InTp.BSsra.aoaato run a* follow. : Ba
The and reeldenea of the Bubaerlbera area
name .
4t was determined to change the. pubs par value of on*hundred. dol..... 1'100). to .ba paid ginning thane. corner of said forty and. ....". .. .. .. --
follow! - --
llo road aki now,rilns from section for In ....11. p-1.laborol......... aa bareia nlnathenee waatVo i. ,
chain to the of
Jana Plaree of New York. City. New York. nw corner
18 in tp 26 's, r 30 e. to section 12 In t.p Marie Burn of New York City. New York.. provided, and upon such tans and. eondltkma a* amid forty acre tract to establish amid. propoeedroute With thanks for favors and '
may .ba determined. by the Board of Director sIs many past
j' 27", r 30 e{ .0.. ''a.o straltfhum and _bet! Balls pf Summit New Jereey, herein a* the public .road* and. to discontinue' the ,
for.
provided -"
.1 o-ten frame and to discontinue, the Annie ... Ifaaoa ;of Brooklyn New York. i present road. continuance
Margaret Walker. of. New Haven. Connect-! ARTICLE IV. Wltnea my band aa x-officlo Clerk of amid soliciting a of your patronage -
present ro.4. and J. W, Oliver wan ant . Board and. the aeal. of amid Board Oil llthdayof a
Instructed the route and re- The term for which Bald. corporation shall exist A. D. sloe JI:. L. LESLEY I "
to survey Ally Bodlaa Ham'-.of Whllam burg. New Jon My. ; am; .
ahall I .be fifty, recta tSeal Clerk Circuit Court,Oeoeola COL. FI..
:.port" at the next regular meeting of .
.Board.' eeyKltta Oreena of New York. City New York.. ARTICLE v. Yours truly :
Addle W.II. .... .. liD. of New York City Notice of Application For Tax % ,_ :t
The following bills were examinedand The bualnaa of said oorpormtion hall .ba con
New York.. Deed Section of
Under 8
ducted by the following officer! On Prealdent.MM .
ordered paid to wit::
Sophie Ennla of N_ Florida. "

t.4. ,ttT'.-....;.MMtreom'r.WWtver .'. .. .. .. ... COM John P.Eaa"",. of Naroaoeeee, Florida.. and. Vloa-Prealdanl a Board. of three; ona Director Secretary and.and each Treaaurer other of- Chapter'488B. Laws of 'R. T. BUTLER. a

t ," ". and .llea eWSFartia .. .... > Bertha C. Brewer, .of a.nnaaPanI. leer a* may "betieemed ne..saryand determined Florida. .
. ..; I 00 vanla.. .)
: Nodes I* hereby given that t. J. Simmon
from time to time by the Board of TheoC'IIce ,
,JHWalkar .. ": *. *:....t' ttoo Florence B.: Beat of Nareane*. Florida. ploctora purchaser of Tex Certificate. MM.: dat ;
'......Uy.elork and auditor .. . . ". a 00 Elisabeth A. Sean of N_ Florida andPart. of Secretary and Treasurer may" .ba bald by .-d the lit day of June A. D, 1_) be
"J' tha earn parson In the. discretion of the .Board of Shad said cerllflcete In my < lire, and ha made JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.LIQUORS
amVaa. Acaewi eountr'attoreeyy: M 84JK L. Ennla' of N_ Florida. Director The number. of member. of the Board application for tax deed to l...u. lu accordance .
Walkar. aara Jell... .. ,...*. 'UMJIBftrawa ARTICLE VL with 'law
of Director be changed. at anytime
...... , , .;.. II 00 may aa maya Said certlfleate embrace following d.> .,
Jan1 ?; A. v The affair*of th. Aaaoelatloa ahaO .ba maiuurecl provided for by the bylawaof the' rid corpora arrlbed. property lttiatr In >-cola. county.
Vaner G..Nte.pdndni .,;....... .: .J'>|[( ,1040 by a Preeldent. a Vlee-Pneldent.. and a Searatary tion. The director hall .b*elected. to. ear** for Florida lo-wit:
Y .110& R L ca tlPU..I.. .... baraera.vWi: >. *. and. Tr.saur.r. a board of $... Director\ three ofwhom the term of ona year by the _"-hoId_ The Hw )4 a M. Tp. 2.,8 R SO E.
The amid land being aweued at Ib* date of
KlaTelO.pbeaeeourt: ,..,..*..,; .i-..,.,... SMWtCb hen be reeldenta of the State of Florida election to.be .baM on the pmt M..day of April ofeach the I Iwnanoe of much- yertIDccs.h. the name of
v ., .......amps poor '_. ..........::+. 40 00 and. a board of seven ad.viaora, none of whom needberwUentaofKbe year and. the officer shall .be elected by the R K.- Rt.... Aa*. .
for B D / .' 10 Otwd Unlrsasaid. eertlAcatr Khali herdeemdsoardlug I
,r JW AdwIwUi nowuM Cry.: said State of Florida. The; director* Immediately after the election of the
,.rWo ..,.'. .. ..*._.. ...'..lnt.re.tnfkod.' I 00 : Board of Director shall .ba elected. to nerve for the director by the atoek-J>otd_ ThadlreetoreahaU th2lHt day ft laws of M.lax,.deed A. D.will 1WMW lu' tnereou. oo

y dtatftBs.l! KIMTM u4 i term of ona- -'" the member. by aa election b,. nave full power to.adopt br-..... for the controlof Hurt. mr nfflola iU"."ir* end *ral thin .
..' .IIMIIO". our ,..,....,.,.....-.. 1040i .b* held oa the wad Wedneeday la November. of Ute .41d corporation,. and thereafter at anytime {[KAL] the JOtb. day of -April B. >.a,.LESLKV.Clerk D t m.. 1 i
'ilt.ta B..k e1 1tIM.-and. latmrt Good Mall and. the offleera and the Board of Ads
-4' year amend amid I Circuit to alter modify or raelnd. by
_.... .._.... .......
... .... .,. ...,100$4ltisd. .
--.f. f .I. .tq viaan shin ba eloetd by the Director fanmadlately .- County, Florida.Notice .

> 4ek pie C. dWaf etut .-...,........., 1* 00 after the election of the Dl rector* by. the laThe"Kama of the"""'"'" law who are to conduct the B, W.. .. BARNEL4roolm ALL THE LEADING BRANDS OF t

txioon.eat.mbwlrMw; :;;;'.. ,..... TU mem.......r Nine member*ahall eoneUtute a quo- mulneea of said eorpomtf until! throe elected at ,

.aeJa.e.p..I..dmrbine.- . ........ ......\ M ram forth. *traaaaetlon of any tmln.n. the Ant election. hU .have qualified, follow of' Application For Tax '.
aa
XI...DracOo.n-drlm. ,......, .,.... :.". 141 ARTICLE VTLTh an Deed Under Section 8 ot .

.B.O"-'_....,.., 440 aame of the dflloer who are to manage the .*: :
:WB ..........c.. ........ .-.I. "t.....,.. IM affaire of Aaaoeiatioa unto the nret ejection OF eCEBS. Chapter 46' Laws of WHISKIES

.3laaaIslaf.,.. ..Iea.. ........ ......i1N under the Charter are a* foUowai O. A. P.ttq.mv. Preeident.L. Florida. .

...... Mask ato kb ry ai es e.r . .. ... .100 orncaaa.Florence .': ,. .II 11; _. Vto .Prrw.n Voile;* I. hereby aiven' that J. W. Gardner
r..,.......wwIt -.t" t. ... 011 Beet, President.Elisabeth . H. H.'Ptteway Sect and Traaannr.DIRECTORS purchaser or Tax Certificate Ho 6x dated the
..AAaesnod; --,. .",..... .. .;". a..... :.,. A. Sean, Vlee-Pnaldent.. I .' ,. ..<" Snt day ot omne D. Itmu. ham a''\\ad std wtrtlKf -
,' .'. ::, In and has mad pn1luitlonlor
.r asi.npG: roU rod .ffc.April. .. 4.4 II ir my .,
M Marl If Ennla, Secretary and Treasurer.i, I .* \\'i1:*jr tr'f' rt'j ... "y, \ tax drcd, to lane In accordance with. laws f.
", 06W ..clay.. poupe.eata.i: .* :!xe MIt , BOAO or n aacyoee.ri' ; 'SA tFlorenee '.O. A. Petteway, U; Home,.,.. H, Patteway.The . Said oartlflcaw embraool the following dues nv ' -
1,4-- Co. tresarer' ',f 1U It B. Beat ElUabeth A. 8.na'Marl.. LEaala : '(, ..&MI; :If , 't: cribert proprrtr situated Ju OooU county, d and.. WIne Si&Ies L
.ct ..L.r.. r..e.dlngcatd.twpota. .$ 00 Jane Floes and. Allot. Bodlaa Helecy.j : I \ ') ''{!1'' 1-t'.._RTlCLB_ __ VLjite'_ 'd . ..- Floridato.witi . !I' ':'-" ,5sFhb Import Domestic Ports, ,

..ftaa. B. 8... -a survey'..... ...*......1'f JOwL aoxao or ADVUKUJana highest amount of .....obted_or liabilityto Beginnlni at nijiKM. e
.
Vaa *ar.lMLi.nMi>t In uU State ....... Annie J..Mason. Marla Bum. t.JIaIIq .-.I which ..... aald corporation. shall at any time a FlnridaE.llrod 47 fine a DO' feet On.n 4S* dear surrey, a 7 6 of fl Klnimmo., n 47 dvg.., Angelica. Clarets, Sauterne, 'Rhino;Wines, _1

r*.r:*:... .," ...-;" ?..,.., .. .. ..ga.8750 abel. . tfUta 0....... Addle Waldentain andMargarets euhjeet Itself ahall. .. .ba the amount of Ita. capital WHO ft s d8 deP. w 7ft ft.TheiaM .. r'rn

.' ;i StA SLlorm...... bat ir.Csrl. E:_.; ft* Walker. ; stock.' the Issuance land of such being oeniflote aueaied at lu tb the. name date of of Import and Domestic Brandies Gins Rum'

y ">:.DIr.LMIII'................_,. .,. ,,"' ... 1 Tl ARTICLE VIILTL. ARTICLE VIL. Iry.JT < ,

WB Johwtee. erh.Iee1. e..t.. .a. ; M By-lew' *of the Aeeocletion hH ba ...... The.-.m. UnlpK* aid ertlflrato shell Be. rcdetmedaioordlng and Scotch Whiskies.
and plane of residence deed will issue thereon
.. ., to law tax ,
...
:-waJ. :11" .. .. _
'tit.y" t" : altered reeclnded. by th Board f Director 'on the Mh day of June.. A. 1>. 1IMM. _
of
..,> eJMw9lbr f... ........".... .....t,......, ides ARTXGUilX. >;, thesubecriblaglneorporatoraand the amount Wltneu my ofllrlal lgutar end seal. this theClerk
..
'! ...... ... '. ... capital itock .t.eribecIII, are a* ,follow D.
II"""". .. UM The highest' amount of l Indebted 'to which tlb day 01"11. A. 1r"ALI' I .
*: E. L LVSLKY. r
'1 _, ,The warrant*,were signed( up. in open.board. tiN Aaaoclation ahall at any time subject Itaelf. O. A. Petteway. Ocala Florida, on* hundred and .Circuit Court nceol County. Florida
5' S -- hall never be greeUr than _halt the nI_01 I1, W, 6, UARWKLL D. C..' THE .
'. ., tw.nty-av.hers. FAMOUS
the of
the Aaeoelation. I
la the matter" of-tbr-yrtent.of the property L. Horn*. OeaU Florida, one hundred and .
; ARTICLE L .
u
twenty eharaa. J. W.. SIMPSON .. .
.M ;;.outstanding debts due for;"!the State Th amount la value of th. real ..tat* which H..II. P.tt....... Loughman. Florida ... JJK. ly I '
fair. 1006;alter. some' dlscusiioo,' on the Aaaoelathm nay hold ubject always to the .a.u- DENTIST. '-0 Cream of Kentucky
approval. of.the Judge the Circuit Court In and . .. .
'
toolioq of J. F.- William seconded STATE OF FLORIDA ;
for rid o.IaIIt7.. shall not exceed Twenty "* Offro over Osooola Pharmacy. Carstairs. Bye f.'II,
"
"by ,H. 8. Parlln; the following. prder' Thousand Dollara.. COUNTY OF IIA"OH\ 9 12 '
__. ,_ a. m. to m. Echdt
was made frit": MARIE t. ENNIS Before m*the vnderelamed. ,-c.r.duly authoitaed - HOURS J 1:30: to 6:30: p. m. ;.. Spring Rye ..,4

". Ordered that a' warrant be drawn, Nii ........... ..... te take aaknowledavment Df.deeda personally Telephone No. 'US Jun 6. ITT. Lebanon Club Bourbon .
i FLORENCE B. BEST. appeared G. A.1'ou.owar. to me well.. known to bathe ,
'I the'"-general revenue fund
:., in .
uponf S.S' Nara..r.a, Fla. pereon deeeribed I. and. who subscribed. hi!* A. VANS: AGNEW, Wilkes County Corn
;;,. favorofW.L.'VaeDuzorFaircomgi' ELIZABETH A. SEARS. name to" and who executed the foregoing Inatrument P. I I II BDDWE1SEBTHE

: :nlssloner, for.*670.69 In fall payment : .bh-. Fla.JOHN . ", and acknowledged. . that he executed. the -ATTORNEY AT.LAW.-II Old Harvest Corn

9 or all p| the outstandlnfr debts 'Of the P. ENNIS name for u..ups and. purpoeee therein expraeeed.Wltnaee I I[ : i :
NOTARY PUBLIC \ l
county la connection+ with 'the. .last Naraooaaea, Fla.. my' .hand and omelal **al at Oeala In AND .
the eounty! aforeeald this 11th day. of April, A. D. Kt'SSl tt'MJjE. .
State Fair at Tampa, and. further SOPHiEENNiS.Narcsces.s. 1101. : ; FLA. '
$
"hat W. L. Van.Duior M such' FairCommlMloner.pay STATE OF' JI'LOmD.A., ) (Seal K: K. NELSON.Notary . CILtE'S BARLEY. .MALT "

ihe bill a* per COUNTY or OSCBOLA.j"! } Public State of Florida. J M. wiLLSpN JR., KING OFBOTTLED '
Distilled]
.
My commle.lon expire May 1$. 109. especially for you
+ ? 'obdals attached and file oucb'or -- Brfora me. the undanumed; Notary PablicCbiaad NOTARY PUBLIC... l l1' ,
{
? t the same with the. 'clerk of 1..., for aald County,and State, t peraonall appeared STATE OF ARKANSAS! **" __ STATE AT LARGE. S niQdiclnal use . Vo ; R

I .
Doard.'t .,. .: Marl J.: Bnnla" *o m* well known, who COUNTY OF GARLAND.) BEER ;
.
upon oath,**r* that aha. I* ona of tha, above Before me the andanlrned. ofltoor,.duly author.bMd .. Real Estate Agent. .
There being no further business .the named aubMrlban. to tha above. and. foregoing pro . to take acknowledgement of deed, personally KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA .

Doard adjourned. poeed a..n.r..... that M ta Intended< In good faithto appeared L Home to .me well known to be the . CANADA MALT

''i i carry out. the purpoeee. and object act fortlltherein. p ream daaerlbed la and. who aubaerlbed. hta name M. RIVERS. M. U. (
tJ T
It YOM Do. to, tad who executed the forecoinc Inetrument.aad afd'surneon.WITH ,
.
succeed the first t.lm'uN Herblne and Sworn to and auheerlbedbefore acknowledged. that he executed the era for Pfayalclaa COMPANY.PHONBSOrncal41 : t and other brands of A
KIS8IMMKB DRUG
you will get Instant relief., Therreat| ... ate thla Sard day of MARIE L.ENNI3.. the uae and. purposes therein expnmitWltnee Raaldeacai, B3KIMIHMEI $US PER DOZEN Whiskey too numerous (

' -..st liver reirulator. -A positive cure April; A. D-1101., *my hand. . and. --offlelal.. at Hot Sprinsn.Arkanaaa .. ,... V
for Constipation,"' Dyspepsia, Malaria, P. A VANS AGNE W. Notexy PuNta .fat the Bounty aforaaald this 14th day of to-mention.- ;
' Chill and all liver oomplalnta. Mr. t8a.iJ My Comm stn.. expire July IS. 1 07. April. A. D, 1 0*. .. ,

.OJ-, of Emory Texas' writes: "My -- (Seal) O W. FRY. DR. LESLEY W. WEE DON. -
elf. bas been using Herbln for' her. "
Notary Feb11. ISPOIALIST
eeU.and. children for five years. : It. I.a Is Notice of Intenlon to Apply' For My aommllan; expire:January MthrJO10.STATE . .Y.. .'''.' NOSaT AND" THROAT. '. I
sure cure for constipation and ma. .,...
larla fever, which I I. subs aoe.l.ted by Letters Patent.. OF f'LORlBAt *"" Private Hospital, American National l lDank' Whiskey Bottled in, Bond h:

} '' what It. has done for family.'! COUNTY OF OSCEOLA* B 1r.T.mp..Fia, ._ . .. !
my Notice la hereby given.that the andanlgned. will *. ,
-
Before me the undenbrned. ofllcar duly isthor *
1). I..bl Hoberson .
"
a Pharmacy.' ,
apply te the Governor of the State of Florida, at
r '
.med. to take ackaowledcomeat of deed. personally The Life luattramco
Bass's Gulnness's
The T.Ilah.rs, oa the Bth day. of May A. IX ISO*. Alp .St.out;
Growers
California Fruit "Exb appeared H.H. Pattowmy to me weD know* to .b* muddle'ha* started the public to thlnk-
for ?
Letter*Patent., Inoorporatlng the "Pettew
', << aogs' 1*, doing a (rood. and, timely the pereoa described.ta and who eubaerlbed Ala tom The wonderful success 1.h.Cba.. '
.
Naval
under the
Company"
following
work lq dlstrlbotlnar an extract: from' pro. to, and who executed the -
i name foregoing Inetrument. net Ballard'a Horehound SjrrupIn :
__d .bar. the original of which tanow.. nleutheomoeof t LOVvisTPRICES THE i
BY
;. ;the Los Angeles.4Tlmes.! oalllnr at- and. acknowMdavd. that be executed the Its crusade '00 Coughs; Influenza, GALLON
t' 'teoUon to the. Injurious acids and the., Secretary of State of the, Btat same for the nee and. purpoeee therein axpreaaed Bronchitis and all Pulmonary 4'S l

.. t chemical color ioit used in most soda ot Florida. 1 '.Witness my' hand. and offlelal aeal a* riialmm*. troublesbas started the publlo to :RY'E: from 112.00 'Up

.o.. :1ountatostad by purveyor of soft WHnee oar armsse this 4th day" Df.Aprfto A.", D la the county oraaaid this 4th day of A......A. D. thinking of this wonderful prepa OORN '

)J '-drtnka. fruit Juices.. Such practice >*>*.: .. G.A.VnT1ENAY. IMS. .P.. A. VANS AGNEW. ration., They! are all using it. Join '" : rom: :a.oo: up ; oF .

i'".... against the law, and the '"dope"J (Seal) Notary Public. the procession and> down with sickness '
.,'. ,4r1ab..... most hurtful to health; ail L. HORN.U. My eegtmMdml.splrea July< IS.. HOT Price 25o, KOo and 11.00. GIFT' Om: X2.00:: up' ..
i&, ,...1) a* ...1 ,,1."ud.OD: frultl grower. H. PETTEWAY, r '

C. With tte abundance. of fruit frown: laUwitfdl 'PKOPOSED: CHARTER: ''''.- AND ALL .OTHER. LIQUORS' IN PROPORTION. ,
'. .. & State; there is not, the Years\ I \,
or The Test 5
I I: t. ...< excuse for drug store,'. or 'r' i Has Stood ,25; . '
PETTEWAT. NAVAL STORES COMPANY.tontharfarUMpvrpoaaafbaoomJnclnadraoratad. .. 5
_ot.ala0 nM anything; but "a 1
it .Those who... She The*dwtsn.d bs.1r'issl.q '
Juloes,.> j tbw.gvr .'
o a BMbMitutes are. cruitty 4>t>, Grbve's '
0-? i and shewld be exi>os d and puns i a.. ferMtogaaorporattoaandarandbyvlrtua ., :; rITastelessChjll H. W... MEJOAL'F Co :. :

.!i, w 'm. orUolBaJ." The :rood. tain* fhe lathe w the State..Florida with. and .anda. .
j.'i'r. .. by the California Fruit Grow the foliewing. s----. ....r5wsjXh. : :: if ,.n'

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