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: June 1, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Volume ID: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'' crcuit Court. Scbbot Board Proceedings. :
.JiNNUAl RIPORT'Of II -
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k HIGH :SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL the case of the State n'Jardy-.Tobo.' The Board of Public Instructionmet SPRING GOODS ARRIVING ,

J. F O'Berry'and Wm Stevens, burglary In regular if..ion. tbertt/being ., ,
was on trial. The argumentsof present C. E. Franklin ChalrmanfC. ,
f: Prof Smith Gives a Brief 'Report, the attorneys In the ease were oon- F; Prevatt and-J., B. Tumblln; also I''
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!' of Results of. Past Year's eluded Friday night after supper 'andthe. W. J. Sears, HupW: The minutes of Largest 'Stock'Q

., udire delivered his charge. the the last reirularjpneetlng were read

X'1.r __ Work. jury,, who, after deliberating an ;h. ur and .pP..cu.-J.H.. : Gilbert. 8r. reported s
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Total' number .enrolled during. the. an a ball .returned a_ verdict, of notguilty. as follows: Latest Styles [ .

r' whole year'was 451.> .. T.UM Ha.ra.iia Boara at F.hUa Immtntttan to '
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The following nines are those that. This case bas excited considerable and for Oaeaala."iF' : --- 1
1. Interest I hU-wrUi toixl.my report Is traaann /Oa. !
the and
b passed on class standing. . at 'the end. tbrouKhout county, .auto. OMiBty tat UM month of May.A.D.19061 : Lowest Prices .
of 'e.rs *' lasted from the time It, was first called 4. ,
MH )OL ru If D. -
the time when the Jury rendered Its -
The first in high school., to '
s Fred Harvey year Mary Campbell, Ruth< verdict, ,froii Thursday morning, 1 April L'To baL from tart rwrt.*.,.....-.,. .'>* M CONSISTENT' WITH, FRESH HONEST GOODS.
wr'tt4tuioU--taa al 06. ; S06S 41Mart.
M.IT"b 28th.
to Friday night May .
Du-sr. ** "" po1.1/06./ .w.4: aiao
The jury selected are the best ,..
among
Albert ---- --
PlU'k.r.Emqd ..Campbell. t .... .
Second In blab school.. men in the county. fnd their verdict To-- .....1\:1: 104610Br '- .. . -- '

+ Mary. .Carson year ,, Buela'h Sylvester, should be taken as a Anal settlement paM.. _. r per tot" ......"..4.. 11M II In ,Honor of Dr. and Mrs. f. GJThomson. AV 4N NMN NWbMN NNN
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r MariettaPfann, Eleanor-Van) Dusor, of the ca..., The attorneys, for' both Tab.Gass....,........u..4..i.. ... l8O.t

Essie Bass, Lena Pearoei; Nellie Lup- side did their duty and the ,defendants L *> .
wo.
0010 sus-onr. 1'
rlven a. fair and impartialtrial -i Tbe Ladies''' Home : : :
SUMMER
Call Bob "| Parsonage Son SPRING AND !
for Erne Lawson Bryan,
and were'exonerated jury of TobalaaaaUatntwrt.:..;:,...,..l.. ..,.,...., SS MBy
: by a clety of the Methodist church &
Lee Spier, Jim Johnston, Earl .Minx. paid. warrmnta N.a.a...y...'..,...;...''k.JT It' gave ,
Third year In high school. slx,of as
' Camllfe Morrison, Wllla Olbett fords. i ? To balasos... ',T7..4....'..?.......... IS SO deuce p| Mrs. IL,M. Pfann, to 'honor ,,

Mamie Woodall.Leon Gulggs, Charles On Saturday! morning i %he case of .' BCHOOL .u_-_. MO, L of Dr mod Mrs. F. O. Thomason, who 1 .'GOODS.-. '
the State vs. Henry" Oaldlngselling will| leave on the 1 o'clock train BUBday
Carson. .. : .
TobalanoaUatr-port.. .'. 111 17T. . ,
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liquor unlawfully was taken .upat- for "belr born la .
new Houston RI
t Fourth )'e.r1n'bllb school. .ta. ..,u.c_US..lt08.-n.-.ii, 1001 Y
Flol Hen torney'J. W, Oliver! appearing. for the. Texas.: ,"> "fci I
Bret -rte Lawson,
1 Anderson Butlers'Arthur ..O'Qulnn Guy defendant and Jno. C. Jones for' the Tobin..,, .u......................... tp" ; i Quite a number of ladles and gentlemen i ,Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes rind Notions N,
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State. Defendant found By paia wamhtaai prttmt.fTobalanoa '
1 O'Qulnn. was' guilty mostly, Methodists, of which '

Names of pupils wbp have not been and sentenced to pay' a fine of $oO and ... ................1... ........ -in SS i church Dr, and Mrs; "Tbomason are 'f in EndleBB Variety and at', Very'. ,

,..rd1'durinq the year costs.' 1 I ScHOm..O-D sT;WO.S. 'prominent. memberwere! present',.to .. M

Grace Chandler( lies Carson, Call The'State of Florida vs. Win. Stew.ens . .. .. .. enjoy the festivities of 'be'occ.iloD. 'Low Prices:
TobalaneaUrtr-i>ort.........-..,. 4 61Tows.oil.ctortas.s106 I '
rl. Bryan 3ldtth.Stew t, Helen CoiensMaurlne , larceny of an animal, was tried; ..... ....,....... 14011( and-_to attest their admiration, Lao4 I 14//
aitdthe defendantwas..' fOiled ; "tH.-4oct. ; ,
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esteem and his
Dann,-FlorV-Chandler.;Cur.: DOt.j -- rood I y n 1
: guilty. I 144 M lady,. .. .
4 its Anderson Henley A/derson.Fair by, "". State of Florida v. Ixftils Johns, 11'...... warmnU aa _11at,....:<......... IU 46 Delightful f refreshments' ,* consisting 1 I "
Prices won at the Tamp
Osoeola High School. endeavoring l'Q ure perjury, was. TOBo1.a.S..a.; ......f. of toe cream sherbert and 'cake were ; H. C.' STANFORD .,

/, 1. Marietta .Pfann. 12.00 for the nol proiied by the State. I I SCHOOL BVB-DUT. no. 4. ser.ed In abundance, and Miss BooteD I i \
a State of Florida vs. Lo.uls Johns, entertained the assembled 'withseserar -" ,
guests KISSIMMEB.CVWWWWW .
THE OKICINATOK MICE IM
best color painting OF LOW > ,
water by
'W grammar coot.empt. dismissed To balanaa laatrapoH..........n.......... 1111
or high school pupils.lrx at, plaintiff'scost. To tax oollaetor.. tuaa 1Mb.By ... ..... ;... .. '181IGi' elections on the piano,
2. Kreamer Van'Duzor, S2.00 for 11 I -- Altogether the evening was a most *.' 5rwtrwSaM1et+ '
the best relief of Panama 'State.. Reuben F. John'* and.JphnBaisden ,! 610 41lel44 delightful one to, all who attended

3. Cornelia map Morrison, Emory burglary, was nol prpased paid warrant aa par 11at,......... ..... and Vas; but a fitting tribute,'to the 't. . -
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y, Campbell Mary Campbell'; Ruth Butler by the State attorney. 1,To balan a..... .. ,..................'...... 428 tTSAaiMOnn good people In whose honor the reception
2.00 for best relief map of Florida State: of Florida vs.-Getti. McClel i 1!' Mo.t8.To was tendered. :
land telling liquor unlawfully defendant The occasion will doubtless/be'long OIT'fBAK.ERY !:1.
I e and Cuba, the depth of water Included. bJan....report.........:..... ......: 16* TJ I .
z 4.) Elisabeth!; Campbell 12,00 for plead guilty and was sentenced By paid warrant* u p.r llat.............'" 110 00 remembered by Dr. and Mrs: Thoma- ;
to. a fine of 950 and costs. I 1 I i and will be- looked back
Y t. 'best specimen of vertical writing from pay Tobalane*.,...,........... ............... 1ST; sofa upon 41 ,
fifth Grade. State vs:Tom Guy, alias. Tom Til- with a great deal of nleasure and '....* -BREAD CAI S'ND. P\E.

. 6. Virginia Tlllsr, second prize for Its, larceny of. an animal was contin"i:I T..v...._TAT. ...AIDTOC......... ..*t'ADt1&....... .... steel Ufactlon,. when in their. .far away'. Texas .. 9 '.

best specimen of physiology ;'drawing. ued.State I 3. R OU.BERT..B--. Traaa. ... home. 1 ;-FANCY GROCERIESFRUITS i'*
alias
: vs. Tom Guy, Tom TII.1. -
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6. M. H Smith for second beet arranged The following paid'and cancelled
Iw exhibit.\ '' "I ((1s, mutilating( the ears of hides of warrants amounting the grand totalI 1 1I Dr. ThomasonSeeks' Larger Held. ..

!' 7. .Uub'y Ellis third prize; for bestspecimen animals, was continued. I 1.0. 'the sun, of 0382.26 were burned in Dr. I':'o.,, 'Tht 'x>n and family AND C CONFECTIONERIES.. vI ' '. :,; v
State vs. Peter Savage, killing an '. (
of work. "
crayon open session.Bills will leave on the, + o'clock train
animal without malice continued. "
8. Margerte Bell Bearden third was I were approved and warrants. Sunday for Urunswlek where: they "Diamond X 'WbIte.'Star'' \ I LaUs4ry I

prIze'for best specimen! of vertical. the State first vs.degree Felix,' plead St. Clair guilty murder of 'manslaughter in- tasued'as follows: will, take a! steamer for New 'Orleansat ( ,Butter'gent: | _.- .wm,1.A o q vty, J .1

'' penmanship from'flfth grade. MH Smith Ml tanohar school.N... 1.............. .. which place they will, mop a 'short .. I. I, 1
List of graduates from the Osceola and was sentenced to five MnJBJohn.ar. "' n" L...;,.... $501 Urn before going on.to1belr, newborn : : 'vr, HSMITlt'Pto.P.! jV1CI oL4UGHI.IN. r, Mo .. '
to State ''
years: the penitentiary.1 -- 47 :.....:4l OIl y
High School the Literary Depart If la* Ruth UUln. ,- .,1 y
State"vs C.,Wallace, unlawfullysoliciting .... Ftnl.rsa+.t aa1tMc'-. ?:.",..a R 4400 at Routton T..... 'At Houston Dr. . +++t ++++.+.l4..#. +NP4.i .
ment. s 4- orders for' the sale and .. AIMna Smith", .. ". ............ 4600 Tbomason will oped an office'for the _. .., ,
Butler
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Tlorrte' Lawson Arthur - -- -
Bret ; '" .. .....' his - : ::
future delivery of liquors, "w.. continued FlorriaBryaMCBrra -,: ...: ., ;.J. :400 practice 0'( profession, and 'will ; i
O"Quinn, Guy O'Qulnn Henley .- *. '. u.. "'" GO make'a specialty the stomach and 1- 000OOt)CIaaaaa cccca a c aCDCUIOC 110000w .
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' ' and set for trialon the first ''' ''J\\ ; oft ' . ,., ',,
Anderson. "iiT( ; sus; / M Btorkl ';:\1 {. ... 4400 : lileh'he . : : '" , ',:"y ; b, '.
!; List of graduates tram,the1,;Oeoeola I d.J"of the fall tern.'j.j" i'; :'... 1 "1 Emma.Yow U.lEBaaeh. ,.""i.'f I, ( .... 1. ie 4110 intestines, of has for1 severalyears ; Thedoctor !i 'f; ": ' ' .- :-: : 't, :
in Elocution ''. ;'',r Stale vs. J..Ci W.11aoe,soon ;tnforsmattog :-, L III 00 made, ..a special study !' : ; !. .
School
;t High Department \ .' practiced ,, B. aMAKINS0N .' / ,
III 00 has
u medicine her for "
Coew
.uolaw.,. MiaMPYouaaVnftea !.1j" :. I ' !.{}r
Vivian Lee Call .MSr.lettaTyan snd'spsciflcations of' . : ." .r t .
Bryan:, selling JM Ray.d 35..4.$600 : the pass fire years and has the entire ,;Ii; ... .,
defendant ;
fully tried and ")
liquors, .
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IL..WUcoIt" a: : : 5600 I I' .
HenleylAnder.on. confidence of the people both as a physician '
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'- 1, found not guilty. M. JaffanoaA ''C1 I cIapa. 1400 DEALERS INHARDWAR
MTKDALS. .. '
UohrMC N 4m..i 101 00'a and as a' high-toned/ ohristiangentleman :
School.. Curtis Anderson A,Card From MBajsdep._ WJS*.... alaupt... ." ..........,..." .1.. 6010czrrsnkan.15SPL. for his work: be has decided to 'cast I S. r,
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General El.ceJJeooe-nhlb 'School. -W Ittler'Fla., May 89O6 !: :,. ..,, 400CFPrrratt. ', I '!
lot la t.bij'aboteDa and "-
1 t ..BPI.. .... ''S 40JBTumbllnMBPIiVu. k ed. large :
a.p. .
;Mary Campbell. Mr. EditorA5 you have made .>.... ............ .U 00KM thriving city. :j 'I '
' MathematicsHigh School Den public the charges.preferred against. Wood Janitor No L....-.,........ ,... t4 OS In; hU' practice .hero, Dr.Thom.potlb. [ : f>,;

ley Anderson, and Arthur' Qulnn. me by J, H. Lanier,! think ills nomqrothan V.II.yOn.etapr0ding ..............'..,. 416 .. done greatdeal of charity work' I
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Declamation Gold Medal, Vivian right that the people of this EL L..I..y ct.-IE"rood. ....d.....,.... .. ISO' call ,' ____
never refusing to attend .even
at
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WB ilaklB-m Co. sappnaa achL No. 1. S5 I '.
Lee. county should know what the opinion Itlo.u..Co. ." 1.. 110 though It were In the dead of' night, J *"TJL r .{
: Declamation. Silver Medal. Mamie of people who were his neighbors, is. JM WllUon Jr.insurance "" 1. .. ,ISM bad weather and no prospects of Any 'I \, <"

I"' Vfoodall. My vindication was so complete, and.-' KIM. ELPlla-htaaehoolNo 1..... ... I..... W"Early st Oo.ncl.l. remuneration and will therefore .. '\ .'!
y General Excellence In elocutloh. the proof so conclusive that none of, Warran.dallirarins-ballot box.';101.. .00IROUt.r&.8r.
.can. traaa... .. .. .. '..\.... 10S S* he especially milled by the.poorer. '
i" 'Call Bryan.' those charged had any thing La' do'wltb JRGUbartSr., .' sub dl.a,1 14.. 10 M class'of people .1 EVERYTHING. NEWHarness *!;

ft. The. punctuality banner record the Implied robbery; that the public i,. '" .'. ** "Baair ,...88.. .. 160StaU During his residence tit KlsslmmeeDr ..,,.

,stands as below: must be aware that the charge was Bank of KlailmnMO Intaraat moth.. SS 7X ..Thomasoa has'always, taken, an I '. .

let grade won itl. week. I false malicious, and without cause I A petition was, then presented requesting active Interest in all matters pertain : .. 1

2d. '..t.. II. 2 It or foundation. And while I 'heartily ; that the Voaru establish a los to."be religious, moral*and social ,4 1'Saddles "

4th 1 thank, those wbo'from'Lbe first had school 'at Alger snd-the: Board after uplifting of<< the town, and in the/every ', -

5t II 10 faith In my innocence I can bardly investigation/ finding that:there wer- day practice ',of his profession has ,-

C p' ."., ." 1.2.' find words to express contempt\ for .i 1 a sufficient number' of pupils' bt age to taken advantage of every i opportunityto .."' I

t.h " 2 the man who tried to Injure my character Justify the establishment of'-..td pub In some good work'. along these Stoves Crockery: T; ,

10th "It 1 .1 bj charges which he and his school sod upon motion of J. B. Tum<. lines. "", .
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. 11th ..'.. 13 II 'family\ knew 'was untrue. Be has not ,blld did establish sal*! school!: the In everything that he, .does the TinwarePaints i'-Olass; ',' I'. of". ..1i'; .

12 b' 14 .... shown .that jtn attempt was ever trade sameto.be known ali Alger school doctor has a staunch supporter" in ,;

The bannerfor. punctuality was to'-rob hit )house, nor do believe that, Nq. C. .Thd Board thereupon instruct. Mrs...Tbomason, and both these good' i :

gi-venvtb. grade winning Jt the. such an' attempt was ever made and ed Mr; Tumblln to ,arrange; about the people will be sadly missed when theyhave "' Oils '.

greatest number.of times.I I am Dot alone la thlf belief; 'his locatIon and building of' said school! departed bur shores. ; y ',. ,,., .

friends In this community do not believe -. No. 6. We commend (hem to the good people "

s FINANQIAL. STATEMENT, one word he said and think with j| Mr. Tumblin was instructed to look of Houston-; and' "lata.Lbem'. every ; Window Shades> ,' ;Matting,' ,and
that it was a hatched. 'up piece of f schoolsNo. .
t 'PRIVATE!: SCHOOL FOND. me Into the cost of painting of success In their new home. .r--
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C ,Amt,rnod. from Fair pnmplet..............,$.440 business to ruln.thote that be did n&t 15 and 49 the same being schools ',, . '
.. .for on.lump ....... ..t.....,.......100 like. As he is'worthy of no ,man'lIlood at'Bull Creek and Lanler.' ;The Board Sunday School I: Picnic F "mf. :,1 .P1..ttt>ats
.r' .. .. fra.I.cturr..a .".......... 1 00 will, 1 '''would warn the. public also instructed Messrs. Franklin and .. ) . .'/ \

4't' '*.*.' "" .bnokogofrom.1M Dup........tudma..h..-. ._, ..........1'r 178 10 -.gainst him. JOHN'II. BAISDEN. Sears to took into the matter. of cost 'The a ii"al Sunday: ''school picnic " ,' ' ..,: -: . : ." '
of the school houses- Peg will\ beheld at Maple 'Grove oppositethe
painting
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..Total...."" ...'"... ......12848 Midland to be Broad Gauge:; j Horn'.nd East Lake. p'aasepger depot, on.. Friday IUDe8tb"t906. :Agents for ;the PITTSBURGH :mil fENCEi ., *"L '
' AMOUNTS PAID OUT.. .
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Judge C.rterof There being no further business .t
W. Jl. Tampa attorney ; ;
,' Footllihu'on .tap..r. .......,.$ .10 Board till next regular; There will' be plenty ,of Ice ,w.ter. '
'adjourned
r Dr.ras .. .|.......<,... TOO for the Atlantic Coast Line, meeting. C. E. FRANKLIN'' lemonade, and coffee free of charge; B ''Get our prices! before. buying;; elsewhere.J ,
xvi !-..drawing pap**....*.'<. :10BH while here attending court last week, II make '
attachment to" clock .;,.. -\.,.. 1 SSKxprM stated that' arrangements were, now . Attest:; ChairmanWJ. The stesigerIdllie:\ will two ."> '''I .J : .

on eoaonrneaomt Inrltatloru .,.. '115Ca belo adeto broaden tbe'i'au of : ..SIARS!: edpt.New trips in the morning and, two in the )QcccaaacocccacDC, ,
.totpTlnUnsprocT m*.,. 100Cat afternoon, leaving. the dock .' .8:30 re r y
0 | the Florida Midland Ry;, .and that -. ;-- .,. -
:: O*moor order And malllnc for diploma Pastor Sunday.Rev. and.10 a. m; 2 and 3:30: pi1: m. These .' Io .
_. _. .. '.. .. HlUtartalfordaoaratlns wprkwouldbegie right Judge I
'rt..V ir. ",- .'* f-.4J, sway 'will. .
... .... 0.. II.' BrtUaln sew of excursions on the lake be with.out : ..0.;: \':
pastor
f6ltibtoofoc Carter:lo stated that as soon as thegauge 1" j J ,. -\'...
:diploma and 'cloth 4afdaeo.. < : broadened a service the Baptist church'wrIte. that he ..will charp. a. the steamer has been '

I.. .!......;!. .....,,..i:,.'./,....-..'..,..f' 1 S8 would, 'be was put.<9n.from..Tfarooossee-dally arrive Friday readytotake"-up; :'his chartered for "be"d.,. 'v" '' ] 1 1 T (EW. -GROCERY. : ST.ORE
--- ;" Swings'-will be p.ovid4dfor, the '
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*xpod>d..' ,;":.<;..,-...;,i.......$Sl SDBalaao Asx>pka. This will be "!a; great ;'convenience work..I -' ; ,' .. .,.
fjf'J.Totalto; ,' *Mt.........N;:>...it: WH> .1./>>./.y />.*. ** to the" people' living "along ,He will preach on Sunday morningand children.AM who hare i,croquet,] sets 'We have Just'bpened'Vapat: it Bandy At'' Bandy's; L 'I -..; :'
IN .-.wllaJoool..u..t..;..>?Ai<..-. :If the line of the Midland and will brlDconlid..bl. algbU This church" has been or other oat-door games' at' homewould old stand,,,with a full stock otfrmbt:' r : rtj ,
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" i;patdt.... E.a.a pUB. new business to Klsslm : pastor FANCY AND PAM Y .(iROCRIISr r ';.:
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! n'Aat r.'d st am twe od ootaT Rev. HP..Tack.oa resigned! to acceptwork All the people In tow and the surrounding . 'if ;

=!. --t.tvra.d _,.K.Ka..Io..tT.. mee .' at''F.lbam'.Ga.' Now' that, tbe OOUDfori are Invited'and'. ax and'respectfully solicit.a. .share. of the public. (lt'r. t ,r
Pool. H.M, SMITH.: ;: ,. ... to all of : '
; p.r.roDaaeJ'ree.d.1I. pasta ; ,
< Pile prated to be present..Lei'bierybody7ooroe. :: '.
Ci for
A Guaranteed r* Dew pastor Is coming It If expected the'.It. r:> "
'Toctsr. S Cold' lit Oile ila : .; ; an4.ria'.' 'a /
bleodlng.'f.protrudlng ,
r. Itchlag, blind that Uierv'wUl )8., large attendance ,

)r. ,4TakoLazativ.Zeta: All druggists,Br'omo'Quinine'refund, tha. moneyIf Tab ?11ea.... Druggists .are''' anthorlzed: to' .and the.work of the. '>cb.urpti will take well iIJec1"baakM of 'good, things,'.sothat'll :. : It. COLti Rjrfi ; i f .I; i f

;f l'51' It tails to curl., 'E.'Vy. Grove's'sig refund money W PAZO OifrnocwT: falls.1''[on new life;: and. energy. undo: ,his 'may,toe a pleasantg' " (for ,_ I. ,. .' . ,

'";; nature". .is. on each box.-: t o.'U.. to'cure. JD,8, to 14 darn: Oo.' I leadership.. . : botbyoung.SM'old. ? kI ." ,
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and UI' 'eCl.t8a'thll..eehtlcman'ln: his MOVE ON lYNOHE \8"

lMATIER' final days., Ton have '.u.pectefI"t l., :
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: :.. and suspected, also, that: she"'over- i fu I- .. ,
; heard/;:la bei1:sly way: thfapbequwat' be Ddings t *E10ridar' ;',- ', '

r l\\ .... r ,,,\. 1 made' to ,Mrji.Degraw: and',Its strange Mad By Urclo Sam Through
conditions. But what yot ,cannot"suspect ;' f, 'if n7i
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'Is that tbomoman you saw with !II <* ,''Attorne General MoodyJOHNSON

of N.tLTONS.: me In 'my room lu -- street rarer\ r .. -.-- .... .... .... ... ..... ... ,

not tho arch-conspirator who formu, I
sated this plot but her'
sister Annetta,
A Savannah, Ga., news Item statos. Oh account of .Inclemency of tbe. AFFAIR' AGAIN
a personof more sinister appearancethan .
she", but of less calculation and that a locating engineering" pv9rps<- of weather and the"bad condition"or'> the

5 By Ainlt Eat bgtine Breen, .Aath.e l'; ."T," I.Eleo.onato.I but little resolve. the Central ,of Georgia railway, lu roats not over ttfty ,of Columbia -
"How the Cleveland bag to charge of Captain "crK'Liwrcrice: county's': solid business farmers ,met Chattanooga -
came Prominent
. ,.... '. Non-lndlctmtnt of
.enaae.. ee aO.lIay SONNEA SSNU.t
t engineer of construction will
know Montelll and take him, Into her assemble In the court house at Lake City: on Grand '
plans J have nv.r heard. Neither have ',In. Albany for the purpose i of! locating ,. May 2a to discuss the' report of :the ,Citizens by'' Jury

t -.4, CHAPTER ;XXXXIII.i went In Without hocking It. wns I ever been'sure what the.t/cal Dame of railway from Albany to committee appointed to suggest 'Causes Government I ,to Take '

Continued, empty and unfurnished, but he knew this man was. That he was no Italian. Quincy, Fla., by way of :Newton and plan of a warehouse for their benefit the Matter In4M., ,

Xlllsiry' came Into the-roam while be by tbe llgbt which shone round the I am sure; for .though he disguised: nalnbrldgj; Ga The corps will locate It" was. reported that'tbeM were quitea ---t I

was talking, and the arrangements for door-Jajpu communicating with the himself niKowch, be afterward snowed the line on the preliminary survey number of names In the hands of 1ashington'sjedai says: 'The .
e {he evening's 'ceremony were dls- back room that be 'should not flud this that ,Ho" could speak English without and the' construction of",the line the precinct secretaries, as welt as A -

euased.i Few, if any,.of their friend equally barren or unoccupied., an accent. Was he English then? I Mill 'doubtless' \ start as 'soon as the considerable, funds... These .om.c.af.I. government ban taken, steps to pun-

t p, were expected to ,ba present.,and the Yet when brrtlood before It?he experienced : think so; tbe former' \nlef:"of ,some' ; corps leaves, the field. Tho prepare- were instructed to turn this money I lib the persons who are responsible
only bridal celebration which they tie a moment's hesitation, fancying rich man, probably,' ,As to his connection '
Ott << tlnns JOT the survey and the organisation Into the county treasury at once. A i for the Ijnculng* la Chattanooga
elded to allow themselves was a little that he heard .voice speaking with the Portuguese; only gather '
of has been In
the corps progress discussion ",'h"held; : the
-
general participated of negro
r upper i to precede, their departure''on somewhere. But another look behind that whim she came to.New York and Tenn., on March 19/,, last, ,
,
:t:, the midnight train.. The plan was. to him "assured him that he was oloue, I started upon the scheme "of supplying for over a week. ,In by a I large' number, all'with I 1iA; Johnson, who. under sentence of
spend the\boueymoon'among\, the Con- and conquering whatever agitation this MrDtwaw;* with nn heiress who- The road( Will cut some of the moo the one end In vlew-4-a warehouse'qnd I allowed an'
had been
death for rape,
fertile sections of tbe two states and Inaery"I
; ,. nectlcut'bills. 'When this was settled Imagined 'utterance of his name hn.* should share wlth'ticr tho' wealth to I Do I &
and all the words said whIch seemed to caused him he thrust out his hand wltb l'ecelvC'd1\ontelll\ was nt her sideband will traverse-, the l largest urpentlne A motion was adopted, that a Jolnjt appeal by the*"United.Sta tea supremo ,

_ be,neceisary, Mr..X>egraw prepared to the quick appeal l oS "Jenny!" and violently ., that it was at his' instigation lie approached and saw mi11.sections of Georgia.: -Afr I meeting of the executive committee court from the circuit court of the f _
.
i leave." As he did so be cast one look ; pull';' oven the door.; Ibo Woman. whom I ouce tor leaving!: Albany the'lino will go and the warehouse committee be held United States for taj eastern circuit '

at Jenny '. She at once' came to his She was there, but But as be had"expected heard Mr.JJyrd characterize as the In n southern direction. to Kowton.travcm'.ng I June yth-to receive and act on the of TcnntHste.In -'

aide to see her-In some sweet attitude least respectable of thy name. I was Dougherty, Baker, ) tchell report of the warenOtipe. committee. the supreme court, early Monday

"L: have not forgotten .she said. of eager waiting-bnt lying; / outstretched ,- then biding ray heart In benrt-brcakluK end Decntur counties In Georgia. Aft )'heconstitution and by-la WT, Attorney Ctnernl Moody filed an

_ 3 Tne c.-eremonT'l. act for eight You and cold upon her snowy despondency) over my failure at the her l leaving Newton the line will move which have been printed by Secretary Inlorinatlon 'reque>>Ullg that In conslderapoTTof -

will see me a hiUfrhour before.. And couch Just as be bad seen ber months opera house, knowing none of these<<:; Boii'h to Bainbridge, traversing Deca- Plynipton in convenient rocket alga, the acts committed by.

.darling," aba bad qever addressed him before; only then the candles burning three conspirators,,. and only desirous tar county. Leaving" Bainbridge this were distributed to the members. tbe patrtea named it Usuo a rule on

r by a word of endearment before; "will at.ber.head and at her feet shone upon of preserving myself from the mockeryand lino xvlll go directly south through each of them to show cause why they
,
L show, last favor I have beauty that would reawaken to life. 'Which I-imagined would follow bids
you me one ,Jeers Occotur: county Georgia. Into Qada- Although all the recently submitted should not be punished for contemptof
-tnycaiTlage;; yet. and It Is my pleasure and a heart destined to throb again my appearance In any crowd. I den county, Florida to Quincy. by contractors for the .erection
that you to oar,bridal in It. Do with love and hope and fenr. :Jtfow all ] was wretched, but I was not wicked. court
you t'Omt't Is the_lasCJ-ime,.It will was ended. The beautiful, the gifted My: ambition' was foiled, but I never of- a new, passenger depot in Pea- The persons named as defendants. tare
be toned In tny service/ the beloved would, rouse ti life- no thought of resorting to false, methodsIn Lamar: on Rate Bill 8acola were rejected by the Louisvilleand : Joint| \ F. SMpp Frank Jftnen Matthew --

t "NoJl'n07". I. will-ride-In
ao desire." "V"Dot her bosom, amid blossoms, so white I Imagined myself to 1m\8' lout, was a reference to the rate bill ]In stood that the company baa not given Taylor, Fled Frauley, Uoorge Brown
'
; will be at the studio at seven. that they must hove been .tJnt'd'tor upon the fatal day when these two the house Saturday when Mr. Lama'- up the proposition by any means. Jeremiah Gibson Mltrlu.1I'IJerkln8, .Joseph 1

Benjamin will drive you; trust him. her bridal lay the letter) demons called upon me, and. with\ 'a y>t Florida said: that the Hepburn bill When the plans for the new bulhjtn.' ,( Clarke, "Nick": Nolan, "Shenle" :,

She seemed about to say more but Hamilton 't)C raw bad no very distinct skill and suavity yon would' little ex- with the senate amendments 'WAS u were recently'submitted to co trac- Warner Luther \\11 lIIalO$. Paul Pool,

though/ be waited with a' smile no thoughts as he flung himself nt pect from them made the understand "delusion and a sjnaro." "When this ton it was understood that a certala William Marqulette, William Dewier, ,

farther word escaped her lips. She the side of hi* bride, and laid his bead that an Immense fortune was coins' Hepburn bill becomes a law," Said'Mr. sum had been set aside for the new Claude Powell Charles J. Powell. '

looked so strangely I so very strangely, upon the pulseless heart the hAd i begging/ which :, If I would lend myself LAmar' "leaving out the subject cf 1: depot and the officials believed that It "Bart." Justice, John Jones, A. J.Cartwright. .
a that be hesitated to leave her and came killed.herself, but bo could opt guess to their guidance, might easily clalsification would be ample to erect building U. F. Caitwflght, Henry,
1n
It would bo found< tbatu. :
back!: more than once to kiss her lips why and he hnd neither the couragenor acquire, owing to my name and what according to the plans: There were a William May, Frank Ward.,
has been done to Padgett
ber brow or her cheeks. But she did (lie-aelf-jlosseeslonato open those they termed my beauty great wrong ablr large number of bidders, but each bid and Alfred Hammond. e,
Varncll
John
not.speak: and when be teU-tale pages that rustled upon the "Tbe other pars and con summer B. Mr. Uan.ar
went away at Jenny Rogers to whom far In of the amount the ,
last be was'conscious of a chilling sen- silent bosom It was'enough that bin they had already epoken had been a said he had written e letter: to thC <' was excess After reciting; the facts of the ar .
had set aside, and as a consequence Johnson
atlon about the heart, which} all the hopes bad perished that ,his darllnt failure; she had tried her wiles. upon ( ;: growing sunshine/ of a glorious Sep. lay lend, and that never again in all Mr. Degraw. but wltu so little'effect/ to the classification of railroad: : nil were rejected. It is now the denial of bJa petition itmong ,

tember day failed to dispel. tbe days: ; to come would be meet the that he would npt/ _.ejr n.look: nt ber; rates by the state railroad, corn nils- understood that these plans have been other things, that tnu petitioner had
And yet It was but three hours to his tender glance of her eye or the wistful and they all saw that If success were olon und had received a reply to hla remodeled to a considerable extent:: been denied a trial by a fair and

j bridal, and Jenny- Rogers had looked. ample of her' mouth. to be reaped by them it must be Inquiry that there was no railroad: and will be re-submitted. Impartial Jury Bud had been denied the

u beautiful as h4 had ever seen her! Tears had risen to his eyes four through some.innocent young girl who commission In Nebraska lie added: aid of counsel in vjolatlon of the

months ago( at the sight of these waxen would arouse not only the admiration "No wonder W. J. Bryan woe defeated Tampa Is after, the Florida state fifth and sixth amendment to tha
.
f CHAPTER XLIV. features these seemingly pulseless of this good man but his pity. This In Ma own <<,:nty andhis* own encampment and In all probability constitution and .other rights undec

JEWKT'S,WARRIAOB-AMD AFTEtt. hands; but he could Dot weep now. they explained to me. and also told precinct You can't lick tho republican will be selected. Captain M.\ Henry the fourteenth amendment, and the ,''f

t' It was seven o'clock. Tho hour at Grief had gone'too deep; his soul trail me how they had heard by chance that party reinforced: : by the rail Cohen of the Tampa light infantry order of the court of March 19, allowing !- p

.. Which Jenny: bad promised to send the lost too darkly In the shadows of this my real name was Jenny Rogers and roads." says he Is in receipt of Intorm'allonfrom the appeal to the supieme

_triage tor the Intended bridegroom. loss. lIe burled Ills face amid tbe that I had a history which. If known, He said he protested against tho the state officials that Is very court and ''the fact of the telegraph

o Hamilton' Degraw, who had spent the drapery that enshrouded her, and triedto could not but arouse commiseration. 'passage l of the Hepburn bill, but vote 1 encouraging. They want the city to ing of the order of the court to JohnF.
her hea't."Ah
'h ,last half-hour of waiting in eager contemplation kiss Furthermore, they encouraged mo by recognlzels'It tha.bent stand for the cost of preparing the sheriff I of Hamilton county,
he aa Shipp
; of,, the picture In which be darling! darling/ darling: !" went toying that all which: .wes required of for it because camp sites, which will ,amount *o in charge, and tho
geC He warned his colleagues who had Johnson
he could
from blsillpi "whatever thou Last :
bad up ; to through certain little
me wag a
perpetuated-; her beauty at its go The : ,
about encampment.will
$4,000 ;
tilU courtIn
done I that they must be alert otboiwige publication of the action 'of
forgive thee. litrco! ;
who. bad
easy for
sweetest and most 'unconscious' moment enough ,one take place In July,' and about 2,500
,t rose Joyful as he heard the And the row of lights burned on.. been trained for the stage addlrg tbat even the Hepburn bill will ba the Chattanooga evening paperson F
assembled. Throughout -
, ,}" clock: strike, apd with a lover's alacrity: and an bour dragged Itself heavily by.Ijeforo success! would be euro fo follow, as I made "a m'akeshirt.It troops the will state| '!be there lu renewed activity that: date, the attorney stated! that J

", ';prepared to go below' anotber'sob disturbed the solemn had the requisite, beauty and grace, -' the sheriff and his deputies-had ciery
When he found himself In the cnr- silence, and then It did not come and only' needed to attract: his attention la said that the Fern ndln along military lines, and four new reason to believe, nom current reports -

-_ ;1.rIp. : afl4 riding swiftly up-town, he from him to my misfortunes to awaken.an proposition .regarding the --proposed companies have organized and mustered : and rumors conveyed to them '

'...... too busy calculating how' he would From whom then? lIe did not know.Starting interest! which would be sure to eventuate Drew railroad. Is practically annulled: in. that an attempt would be made! to +

'. '.?arrange the dainty home with which tip he looked about Iflm. In my: being made the Inheritorof sad the contract deiltr 'ed. The reason lynch Johnson. and that notwithstanding
If R he Intended to surprise his bride someday What angel of consolation was this these tempting millions stated being that the Dock and J. A. Forsythe, one of the two :For- these facts, ,the sheriff withdrew

"r ,, to'spare,one moment for a less standing beside him Hilary In robesof ""I listened.' It all seemed very: simple was dissatisfied with rythe brothers .that made Clemson from tbe Jail early In the evening!

'pleasing. occupation; nor did he note white. Hilary with tears flowing and not ,at all wicked. I bad Reulty, company In beginning railroad famous on the gridiron will have of the 19th the usual guard sad left 'l I
,\ tot 'several minutes that the carriage down her cheeks and with ber-arms. merely: to swallow a email powder, the long inactivity also regarding charge of Florida University athlet- In charge only the night Jailer. 'Deputy

Instead of taking ,a direct, route for outstretched toward him. Ah, this Is which would throw me Into a death- construction and Itcs this fall. Hoe' won the Times- l Sheriff Ulb8 n.', __ ;
:k to :
Miss Asplnwall's house, was counting joy; this can make him weep. .Dllar., like repose, and, when 1: awoke, us Mr Drew's financial ability carryout Union cup"byiwlnnlnsr the state chatnplonahlpAwhile The facts attending 'the' lynching :
'rapidly': through, an avenue leading loved ler Hilary can understand his they: promised I should do while Mr. his contract On the. other side, "'coach atFlsrlda'State i Nol and ''I \
are In the,Information
..Jt",In quite a different direction. toss Beaching out his band; he drew Degraw was. In the ,room feign surprise ,thaLDrew'a.obJectloos.wero based' ou. "1901"t'henewtunlversUytexpects' ; '.given I.' ;' that although, ,'.v1 .
'But when he did awake to'' this Tract Jenny's friend! toward him, and together and Indignation at not having the ground that the ,railroad, projects Cl1egellu to'have "a.'string-team' this. the; statement mad\\ ,. the ,
to Jail
be 'was certainly startled leaning they mingled their tears over been allowed to dle.!! os my misfortunes entertained In Fernandlna seriously : aa all the Florida boys have Sheriff Shipp returned a'
,
year of mob,
f out of the window he- balled the maa the pulseless bosom that once responded bad made me desire\The rest would Interfered with his Interest. Anyhow In him .as a coacn. .while it was In posbessipn
great confidence Gibson did!
Ii' on the box. to their nintual affection."Hilary come naturally and'when I was established citizens are much, disappointed.at the neither he nor Deputy

II! f '"Beajamlnr. be called ,"how's this do' you understand It?' he In my new wealth I was to Rive outcome. Brunswick, Ga., meanwhile, anything to prevent tho lynching, but
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t.- 0er.we are In Lexington avenue when finally forced himself to ask rising! up them each a hundred thousand dollars is active In presenting'advantages to Dr. L. W. Weedcn of Tampa, president in fact, aided those engaged In It.
the to look again ,upon the peaceful, almost of the Florida Municipal Sanitary -. general closed aa follows -
ought to be.driving straight to MissAaplnwalFL" as their share In the great, undertak Mr. Drew for the consideration of The attorney
43 '
Jackson
has returned from
c. '; amiUng face of his perishedbride lng._ wulldlng his road' Into that city atid : League, : -
p But Benjamin'paid ''no' heed. rattier : "Do you wonder that a motherless, terminal. villa and expresses much satlsfac- "Wherefore the United States of i
..jI> fidrove 'faster 'and before Mr.', Degraw Hilary shook her head. friendless, disappointed child was making It a lon, at the readiness with which the America the complainants herein,

jpj. 'i,' to' ball him again they:bad turned letter ,be. badth Dot found strength'to lent herself to a chance which seemed Fred and Ilowell Lykes of Tampa proposition to Join In the efforts 'to request this honorable couit

i* corner and entered>upon a street so nsaoclated touch. '"There" lies her secret. without risk and Was calculated to administrators of' the estate of their make-the league a potent factor In that, consideration of the acts r*

*, with the memories In which He was overwhelmed with grief aDd bring her everything? deceased father Dr. Howell Ljkes, the elimination of the mosquito as a committed by the above named dofenilants -

ri'fi.' ,be had Just been Indulging that be felt It was' Hilary who ral.ed..the letter "The other woman of my name did have made their bond In the 'sum of: disease breeding clement in the.state.-! and each of them us hereinbefore '

.. dated by a coincidence that bad the effect ,and placed It unopened In his hand not obtrude herself upon me nor did $100,000 with. the county Judge. :They
'.. of throwing him again Into 'dream- "Read it!" she entreated; "there maybe Montelll make himself disagreeableby me placed In charge of all, tbe personal Isaac Montgomery was waylaid' andkti'ed bet forth it will Issue! and
I the court to
of
marshal
--
the
comfort there if not here. direct
!'P; 'Jn4. vUltlbg me again. The Portuguese property of their late' father ,from ambush near Seville 7 1
each of
.. .: ,,But In another moment be managedto I I give you Jenny's letter. Contraryto on the contrary, came and took up her who was' one of the wealthiest men miles west of QJacsvllle a few day serve on suld,attendants and
shout otace more, to the unheeding' what he bad expected., It was not abode with me, making herself, however In Klorida. He had extensive prop- found In the. them a rule 'to show cause, 1C any
'''to 'coachman; , the one addressed to bis rival but anew as little obnoxious as possible, and cattle interests It Is estimated ago. The body was there be on a certain day, why said
Y, "Where are you going one, which she bad written to for she seemed to recognize from the erty that County woods near the road with a large defendants aid each of them should
he is worth $400.000.
:(.!p But be did not expect any,reply, tie himself, first that I was not like herself and Robles said that he t thought-( load of buckshot In his body. The not be punished as and for a con- .
"i i knew_ blmself wblthertbey were bound.ndVwhen "Beloved: You have come: Ton must be.beld and cherished apart, in Judge evei' coroner's inquest rendered a verdictof tempt pf this honorable court" ;
a minute later' the-horses have seen your bride, and now I give order that I might preserve tbe almost the bond as filed was the 'largest '* death from gunshot wounds at The court granted leave to'ille aa

: Slackened their) pace and tbe carriage} ypu-not the letter you returned to me .childish, Ignorance which was, as .they put up in tip;a" state. t>,=je. hands Of parties unknown. .requested, making the rule returnable : ,

4 came to a standstill be did pot need to -but this long one, written almost with openly acknowledged the one,characteristic on the second Monday of tho

: look up at the :row of brown houses before my blood, which will tell you.. all:you upon which they most reliedto The shipping at Fernandina during The news of the favorable report next term of court Octobor IS, next.

::1 him; with their,quaint fronts andy ought to know and tell It In less chilling win the fastidious Mr Degraw. This the month! of May has been !exceptionally .of the house committee on the Tampa Tbe, action of the attorney general
.
[). pillared balconies, to know they were language than that with '\rhlch I was In the last of April, and he bad good. Ten very large vessels Panama canal exposition In 1908 was to- the people ,cf
came as a s'irprlsar
w.before the strange and dilapidated addressed your generous rlvoj\, already: seen and disdainfully'pUlled the largest. In fact that, have received with much elation. General i
t' structure In which be bad first seen the "I cannot marry 7.oul! Do you ask by several girls of my pame..rhe sailed from the port during <9RR and unstlnted'pralse la being; bestowed Chattanooga the..grand< Jury huvlnfffailed l
'aInorlna.. and m# why? Because 'I wish to retain Interviewed to ,.find, -an :Indictmentagainst,
: where she bad wakenedto little school-teacher had beep with immense cargoes, bear testimony -, on Congressman EJ..M., Bparkman: -
life and love, your love, and this would be jeopard- and the Detroit miss followed \ to great activity along shipping and Cplonel T. J. t: Brown' for their the lynchera, ot Joli BoD"iiltllougb t
"Miss Rogers here, Ilr. waiting for ised by my life as It'wlll not be by: my and remarked; but I knew nothing of These vessels carried a total and successful work in strongly charged by Judge McRe'ynold -

you", announced the coachman as be death. For I know your artist soul. I this. Nor did I know until after I lines. feet of l lumber. Indefatigable. on' the It Is suppoood that the evidence 1
favorable report
of 7,614,660
-
'opened the door. know that when you see me lying amid had become! Irrecoverably Involved In cargo securing a adduced was insufficient to make out ;
y :Mr.,Degraw nodded and hastened to the flowers, as on that night when you the scheme, that Montelll, as I must I --:----- -" measure.., '_' ,_' _' __ a case agajnst any suspect Ten nf

1 alight, It wile doubtless one of 'her first gave me your love, you-'will forget call him, had pledged himself to rid Mrs. Fannie Haya, wife of the lateIsnaclo -=--- tho men named by the attorney general -'

i, whims to make the explanation which that Tliave deceived yon, and by that the city: of sucb of my name as seemedto _' ;; Haya has .been elected president One of the severest wind and rainstorms are officials, the sheriff: and bill ,Ii' '
,1a she bad promised him in this place of deception awakened In your breast attract :Mr. Degraw's. attention. /Alf and general manager1 of the San that has ever visited this section deputies. The others are not widely

i their:first, meeting It was strange ,a passion I was not worthy to evoke. this was withheld from me, and being chez & H&ya company of Tampa. "Mrs.- In years" fell upon Palatka with known or prominent.

almost !uncannynotion; but jt was llkktoer You will forget, and 1 shall rest In young, X doubted nothing, but went on Haya Is probably the only woman in full force a few days tea. Streets

>; to conceive It, 'and be knew no peace happy not to have!>> met your my way: serenely waiting for the hour America wbo Is, the executive head and yards were flooded trees uprooted Shoe Manufacturers

'other course for himself than tp.accept look of reproach, or JIved to experience when these two schemers should de-'. of such!. a big corporation. limbs twisted off and signs. thrown Assign.
William ,Porter & of the
Son one
t:. the. situation with good grace. tbe withdrawal of that trust which I dde ,that It was time for me to enter down : ,
J .. '> 'Telling! Benjamin that be would soon was my glory ,and my shame. ,. upon our premeditated farce. s oldest shoe manufacturing firms :n '-
return "I have The grand Jury at Tallahassee returned > Lynn. Mass., assigned Monday\[ with
with Miss Rogers be ran up tbe deceived yon. I am SlgnorIna To be continued. Mr. C. 8. Oakley, who has been one
If :'atepri.' But before. he could,Ting tbe,, Valdl and I am Jenny Rogers butI at ,this session twelve Indictments for of the efficient office men of the Sea- liabilities estimated at about lluO-
t" bell the door,opened,'just as It bad,on am not tile innocent-hearted girl I *' Hycterte lrpo.*. against: different parties Line at Jacksonville has 000. 'it Is said the high price. of
board Air
previous-occasion-and' be perceived i. have always appeared\ to be. The millions Nerreaare the disease'of tbe present unlawfully selling whiskey, which is the Tampa ticket leather and restricted. credit caused
to
transferred '
'1 before him In the dismal I Jjall,! the deaf which I received did not come day apu>nK-iiuman beings, but I did abundant evidence of the numerous been :the assignment '
.
*iI, nnd dumb girl standing in her old at' to me unexpectedly. I Intrigued for not know till recently that hysteria la blind tigers In Leon county. office of the company. o ,
lI
'tltnde, end"pointing: silently: op tbe them and obtained them:through,the also a malady of dogs. A friend of --" ... ,- PRESIDENT ABUSED POWER.

{ ,stslrs.' -f.. r' arts and by the contrivance of the Very mine owned .. dog which'suddenly: one Very satisfactory progress la belnn The executive committee of the .-

s, It !Ws' not an: agreeable sight to him, beings yon thought to be my enemies, day was >seized' wltb an attack! of Northern railway Florida state fair association nave'
but lie laughed t'Off the unpleasant sen.v .- Montelll and the Portuguese, of whom nerves. Blnce 'then..It''has been very, made on the Tampa a' distance of-, 'sixty decided to>> hold the next fair In No- So Declares Senator Morgan In a ,,1
.
rum. ;
t -cation It caused,:and followed,,without you nave ao often told me to beware.., 111. :waQ4erlng.llIeeauuu\ round and whlcb-wlN In :Hortiando. vt'mber. ,The date of which w111,.probably - Speech on Canal Resolution.
'demur, -tbe guidance ot her fnger.Ar" "Tbey: were my: allies-I must aay: It, round tbe room, refusing food but still miles to Brooksvllle. be from the first .to the fifteenth. A Washington dispatch sayc; Senator -

rived at th*second story, he,found Itaa t for detection on my: track:, and you recognizing |jta owner' , Another, JUtler! i count; );.' Messrs. Arkwrigbt Amorous Preparations. for' the biggest event of :Morgan Mbnday sipeaklng on},

tHm and as dark aa of old. ,No one will hear' the 'truth ,from others If dog suffered from bysterla& ,consequence I and Atkinson, ''well' known Atlanta 1U 'kind' are under way Reduced the PaQama'etD81 resolution! Bald'' ".

.tiring' DO sound to break the..chillingailesjc not from ..meThey were my allies, of fright from railway, travel- .(I capitalists, art owners of the i ,railroad's, will :be gtvenv I to* there had.been-'an abuse of power x. '

*.,; Bat h.cared not for thin.", In but I was never -'with them in. any las and It really: "seems a* though civil road. 'They. receatly'made an Inspection : rates .on. polata.ll, ,the southern .by tie president In,the canal''zone:
aurosW moment IM_;Weald' see his. bride I1IamtaJ"eiiom.; and was, I swesr'to ll tlon. In rendering dogs more delicate) of the Work and that'state.that Tampa: from' all tat Ko .member 'of ?,congress, he':Iatot: ,
and aU would be hrigtitneis, and cheer you/only"tbe tool employed by: tbcuitouobtainycoatzttl and more surceptlule; had done them adistinct the rondrwlll, be In operation'by February 'states and It.la, expected Would dare Introduce, a bill for:"a' law

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i PARTISAN7 ML"r MORE TROUBLE IN HOUS ,. A DEFI FROM CZAR' CHURCHES ERGf ... "


Met w -... Hop Urft. Co ?( frCt laa"\; Cumberland. Ike"t.r.: .......i BwaPdMtr.u ..
( . -. ,,, t/('*. ::ffht f !. WOMEN WHO SUFFER .
> ' tvbrtnerayiPresbyterlaah ' 4

iys jewne m Die! cues ing"iRat t Mlifrobs.SeemsYprevalanV; ; Heed in Rtisiian$ i )' : r Church N ."'. Aviv .v ,

,, j < H ;a, xA' 'Stirs.Wrath of. .'People # "" -",,'ft. ,, 'r

e'ir.HoCiseY 'Vaabll1ston special iayiLroptar ) "I do solemnly twciaxs) and here' 'Side Headache

.,. .. _, ,. :lu ,\Vue'R..lA.J.ta.} .?y.u.Ja.oC.Jh.; "'__".11--":."""""w..nAIgYah''''xeALLDEMANDS mifrlMMj-rann-MiPVr'ri'iat- t basiss, of ;
J r tWe JIBW.IIMHH I ! "
a Wf VnPIVlSJMMSWIH tote bill the lie microbe,seems to be reunion and uul,?n is now In pillfyrcu i' :

r, ROOSEVELT IS. SPITTED Imbedded.'! Every time the bill Is given REFUSED and .effect, and, that the COA-!' USE ;
... ,.. .. ; SHOULD
a good;; sharp shake that mlol'obeI J" "" '-" '" ''TJerland'' PrcsBytortftnH''ch1Orcirr Is now rh
"
Ir.t -', 1 h brought to tho front to disturb''Jeg- f reunited with tae Pr
,rts. That President Shorn of ,islative trinqulllty, Last: week the pro- Answer. to Reply of Douma to Throne8peich itt the United States of ..Am'ttrlca.aa. _ _
,
I "Power, Was. bound Capilve to vr.rlcatlon bug was' busy at the Senate Widen ,Breach and Mesas,, uue. Ciiurtn;" a'o'' I'
end of the capitol. and at every CIvil '' ,* .* Vlth these 'words tailored before t,.
tj Chariot of Aldrich/ "Duke of War or .Backdownr by > {
turn the oontry hoard about dollberte. v the general 'assembly'' ai'.'l>eMo.nes,

I,, 1 j- 1Uf d. ,Island. '\ willful and malicious liars.: Justtr \, a the Government:._ . Iowa, -'ihursday, Moderator Hunter

> "show that It knows jno favorites, r. Corbutt oiAclaify established'' the ,un- IIErCoIFor
,:
t 6t Washington! special,. says; WelJ the lie micrbhe! "got busy In the' house\ At. Petersburg' special says: B.' IcAJOf) ,,, 'th.,, Cumberland 'church with l e

hUed gallerlotf and a large' member., .* at Friday's session and succeeded' ,la'furnishing fore M .house more crowded than on the'> Igiebyterlaa' church 'in the Unit'ed

trip, on the floor il.toOled'with 'great1 I / 'another sensational'scen*. the opening day with .every':member! tatos of America ;

in the house of.representatives This' time the dramatis; personae In his" seat and the press and public Tho big ecclesiastical assemblago ,Permanent Relief
auenUon .Thursday _
were chairman': Pete' Hepburn of the to
galleries"crowded burst forth Into astoria of rejoic
\ to'leaders: of opposite Inlore}tgts >ommerc 'cbmmlttou, to suffocation, Pro- llUarxa acts directly; on the Uvsr.: It will cure COKSTIFA
mler4Horemykin) Saturday afternoon ing. -non. DTSPIWU. >prA AWlI4- AND CHILLS. Is entirely free '
"6 schools of politics, Representative. Those name, the' Impregnated bill The -dramatic-.scene. of the from all poisonous! mineral substance*, and is composed solely ofLITEcmira
Charles A. Towne ot New York andRopreaeataUve.John hoa.rn, and the stately and scholarly read[ to the' lower rouse of parliament coremonlea attending the'formal' union HUBS. Especially adapted for weak and' weary '

Dal ell ot,,,Pens Representative. Cooper' of Wlaconsln.Did .- The expected declaration of thegovernment's of 1.110'church" was the vote constitutions: strengthens the weakened glands and.organs; it check
Ct-alrmen aU) derangements ot the human body.
or did not. Hepburn policy pronouncing the against; union by two commissioners.Moderator '

sylvania. give somebody! !asfturance that the cuss' ImiMJrlal negative on the most cberl.bed'lIop. Hunter' Corbett put ,the ,.? CURED HER ,SICK HEADACHE

t+, Mr Towne was In splendid v61ce'And'tbo ferees upoif' the rate bill would sec .. and plans' of the poople'r question,' which was .in the form. ,oR Kr Joule Cameron. Centrala Avenue Temple.
{ democrats applauded him w to it that express companies: wouldbe representatives' The scene before the a resolution, and called for the afflrmatlvs. .'Hem writes "IfindUBRBINBgivesmaqvfcjtreUef.

y __ the eeno. His strictures on the'prerNeat taken out of .the..rate blllT Rep. opening was oDe of 'great, but ..sup- vote; to be expressed: by the and take pleasure In r.commendlag it to all
received with conUuue4 re.el entaUv.' 'Coop r- told the house women who eau from sick headache." .
wore excitement All
pressed present were commissioners rising to their feet. instantly *
". : hand clapping on the denocratlc 'slUo that he' had,been told Colonel Hep"- aware that the'reaponae would utterly the''assembly hall was converted 'WHICH THK UtACH OF ALL.

and when he read tho "prsideutout, burn did give such assurance. fall to moot the wishes ot the 'into a stamping, cheering fifty Cento A BotU ATOM All Substitute '
not -tell 'who had told him --
'tr. did
minority
u of the democratic party, e lie lower' bouse. crowd. As the handolapplng and

1 again applauded. this, but vouched for the standing I of Gauntlet Thrown povlo. cheering died away' and the commissioners ' Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

e Mr. Ualzell, who followed: Mr. the men who had told him. At the end of a m memorable seven- took 'their, seats; the 'modera

a, Townie. ;poke of "IvttlPK well enough _Colonel Hepburn' did not resort to hour session the lower house ot parliament tor said -' St._LouU U..S..A.
alon'o." His speech was enthuslaaU- the. /good cid English word'"liar": "In y
Saturday evening indignantly "All 'who, are of the opinion that
call applauded by tho republicans.: branding this false, but he said' a. rejected the government's policy 'as the motion shall not prevail will

k MoUiliiK ot a legislative character much In other language, fcnd said, presented by Premier Ooremykln and please. rise" ao&.Q ANDR COMMEr40KO ,BY

a was tccomplUUeU by the' Uoujo, -the moreover ,1 hat unless Mr. Cooper dii with only seven dissenting voices voted To tho astonishment of all present t.

; day D'dAitf given over to oratory. give! his authority he would, .be com a lack of confidence/ In the ministry two commlosloneri/ rose to their feet.,' For ..Sale'at ROBERSON'S" DRUG STORE.

Mr. towns read an extract front thu pelled to believe the while thing wasa ; practically throwing down the Pandemonium broke loose and It was "" ;?.4 r;

) speech of the president accepting the figment/! of the Wisconsin man'sImaglnattcn. gauntlet to the bureaucracy with a fearod for an Instant that Indignity I ,.;: .

j nonihiatlon on July 27. 1VU4, wuoroln demand for the retirement of "tho would be offered the lonely who
men
Mr. Kcoaevelt said; "That whenever Then the nluatlon became red hot. resent cabinet and its suppressionby opposed the union. one of the KISSIMMEE(
men
the toed arises there should bo a. readjustment !fehaUug his flat at Cooper he d- the
a ministry approved by ma- was. Dr. William'Lawn. -.
of( Beltefbute.
cl.reci-thli be the first time 1h1s

undoubted, but of 'the such tariff change schedules can wltb U life. In congress to or
j, safety be made only by those whoso mnn had who impugned have seats his veracity.not far aparton The 'In the air and a conflict between the Two representatives from the Cumberland RIVER !to UTE". t
two ,
nicu
devotion to the principles of high crown and nation'now appears to be \ assembly were Introduced ,I

1 protective tariff is. beyond'question.." the Rod republican side clash, were was at white feared inevitable Whlo| the liwise avoided the assembly, which came to'Its feet to STEAMER LILLIB,, 81AMEIt''ROSBIADA. Pr'

Having concluded Uio>> reading bois: heat, a pel'scnal the the appearance of delivering an'-ulU- and applauded, cheered and .waved Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.
poured
Towne said: 011 was, finally upon matum, the government seems V> t. ve hats and handkerchiefs rn.. leaves. KlssUat y
troubled waters, but there were noretractions. for five mlnuies. .Regular weekly. trips to Basdnger red ret, Hoseada
I _, "I refrain at present from produc- no alternative except surrender or Cumberland
The visitors wore nee Tuesday morning and arrives 7JssImmee Friday evening.
: ing tho deadly parallel columit. from war. Th. gloomiest'forebodings are Professor H. Black of Marshall Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeo>obee and Fort Uyera on
i, the name high source. They can be OR FOOte8pl everywhere expressed and the general Mo., and Dr. B. P. Fullerton of SC Comfortable accommodation for' passengers. Bates reasonable.
t produced, I l>oll"ve, on any subject' BY FAIR MEANS ) impression n Is that the country; :a I Longs. The most picturesque Waterway In Florida. "'

be ever gave exptesslon to: Including -Oil Instructed to on tbo verge of a gigantic! struggle I Both moil made speeches For Passenger and Freight XUtM apply to -
expressing
/ the rate bill." (Great. applause) .s of Standard which may be delayed but not avert" their gratlficajtlon at the CLAY JOHNSON.; 8R. Proprietor.

When he came Into office he boA the Knock Out Competitors.A ed. Dispatches received from the In-I The "BemWr telegraphed the union. On board;"UUle," Klsslmmee; "...
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Cum-
sanction of the populacw that 'no elective total of nineteen witnesses were tenor indicate that the struggle Urlaiid assembly at Decl1.tur01 the ....IWEA'ZT ...
magistrate lu the history of the called by Interstate Commerce Commissioners sibly may be inaugurated*at once action on the question I II
i word: has bad. It gave him a chance: : Prouty and Clements In with a general strike when the 'pe> I after the of union immediately '
juncture AFFECTS WATCH'
I NOW .
was declared
to recognize that the vote of the pea the Standard Oil Inquiry which begun pie learn' that all amnesty has been ,operative. and received -. "
ple was In' the nature of plebosclte, IQ Cleveland JJnlo, Krlday. refused them. I Inepiy a telegram .
k as a vote of public confidence. The testimony of George lane of While the premier's statement i tlons. announcing/ contcJnlng,congratulv Nobody would ever think that soma I ease He1 may be, Just one.,of-those

"In that attitude he could ILnd-did .MAn rtehl. Ohio a former employee ot promised co-operation with the lower of the information the official receipt thug {the Ol.tter..lth, him:: 'wjuld I men', who can't have ,a watch, that

?1i choose his ullles to carry out ideas the Standard 011 company, was regarded house "in so for' as the latter doer I ,.of the Cumberland and adjournment- cause something tn be the matter with I lieers good time Imply because' : ot i

'ot, legislation! that he entertained. as :>r p Ocularly. mpoi'ant, not transgress the )(mite of the fundamental : ..... assembly r his watch, but\ watch' maker, i., the I their Irregular. heart 'be.t..1 ,
"You tee's watch' has 'regular
!i the senate these combinations were According to his evidence. Lane was laws, It'recognized the : MORE EVIDENCE cause of m'uc :uneasiness In an East I ''
OP GRAFT.CommleslonIs rhrthmlc movement1 said the watchy'
made with scme'republlcans and many for about fourteen months In 1901 agrarian question as paramouDpr' End family and alt because he Insists i ,
I hu-
qtr -- maker.: "It Is carried.do. to.the
\ democrats and we are Informed on and 1902( employed by the Standard posing to remedy, the 'deficiency In .1' MakIng It that he does his best willia certala I men heart, which ouzht to ''have":;a ..

,k, the, record that there -was at one time OH company fcr the parUcular pur- land through the operation of an agrnrlaa Railroad Officials' Warm. 'for watch and that the reason It does*1 reBtl.r.l11thmlo': movement ,too. ,,_.
an arrangement arrived at by' which lose: -delving all of the independent bank and migration' of Siberia Additional: evidence of not keep good time Is because'the Kow while the 'watch Is beating away. .

fdrty-aeyen or fifty votes! enough;;: to oil dealers in a dozen ormoro 'It proposed the Introduction of 'universal Uon of cats In the,soft'coal JUK-rimlna-field men who: carries It must have an Ir I the heart 1s beating also. 'if IU.PIll-::'.,j

i pass the law were. assured to the of the principal cities and towns of and compulsory education i the presented to the;>ter.tat. was regular heart beat. I cations occur'regularly, 'pUBotaa
president upon the-basis of an amendment northern 0'ito out of, business. reform of the administration and the mml.aloJl 'In .*"alo1 commerce It came about. In 'this wise:' 'The: the rhythm of th. watch at .peek l

to the rate provision qf the.so- ,He paid be,wes employed ,by C. M. j-Aalltatlon!' of the- /our.:: liberties. 'Ebereday, ,' at Phlladelphla, ... ,. head cf the family has a-gold watch intervals,. -the'rhythm 'o<''ta. wati.
called Hepburn lap. providing for a 'Lrone.Wthe oCJ eland office, of, the .Premier Qoremyk'ln's statement! John Lloyd a banker that cost him $200 ten'nua: ago* Ho ,.. movement "* undisturbed; but let the }

restricted court reviewand. ,, tor a suspension Standard: "Oil company to go to certain however, returned a non-po4eumus! on orator, at Altoona who and one coal co-- has carried It ever slnce: but a year heart pulsations occur Irregularly, now J.
w Is of the it began to act quurlf. For 80m"dllY' "
ago
and \lie. pulsating wIth the Uck'01.toe watch
of Interlocutory injunction. designated placed every the burning question raised' by the members 'of the .
banking firm ot'Cas- It lost time, and then It began
I "Within twenty-four home II after tae means, fair 'or foul to force the Independents house In its reply to the speech from satt A'Co., testified '! again stopples 'discordantly la. between -; ,
that the' to gain time afaln U would '
A Colum ; gain' the ticks, the watch is bound to' .
Agreement was reached! without, to quitPURCHASED the throne It declared that the gov- bia- Coal .
notice ,
Company: .was forced to sell tine mysteriously and then strangely: be affected Leave ,the watch htre
to his..tallies, even to his ally epimgnt's fiat'and exceptional laws the Alexandria mine be au... .of the lose a minute, or two' a day; It had:and\ let your husband carry 'your
1 In his own cabinet the attorney general BY SOUTHERN. caiW t' be withdrawn until murder shortage of ,cars and George E. 8. been to the watch'repairer three : watch which'we know, keeps< regular ; ..

I' the eettlemetit of that arrangement : and terrorism cease. The exproprl- Scott of the Puritan and 'Crescent times In twelve! month, Cal was aWl| tine. Let him wear It a month and, ; ,
which. Is now known to H eminently Ship Yard Property Richmond Secured ation of appanages of the crown and Coal Companies, declared that' he pall acting irregularly a ''week ago "when see If?I am cot right*' '.

satisfactory to the senator from : for ExtensionPlans.. church and private lands was declared for the use of railroad cars when he the men's wife took: It to'li.' wateV: I So tie: nroirtn' handed her, husband

: 1 Rhodo Islandhad triumphed. Th. It Is authoritatively stated that the to he inadmissible. The right of failed to secure his allotment and maker. t ; her match to' note the result She .",

1 democrats.;,were thrown out. Southern railway company has,' purchased Investigation' of administrative acts, that during a period of twentythreedays "1 think I It ow what Is'the'matt*r', wanted ,him to. consult a 'specialist :

"This vauntedly. non-partisan rats the old Trigs ship yard property the statement declared belonged to the rallroad had furnished him ,,'Ilh'thll watch eald the: craftsman. !. ixmedlatcly upon her return from the

I i legislation ;became a partisan republican at Richmond. for extension of It. the crown the house having only with 'only one car. He alsoassertwd "I doa't) believe that your.husband's' watchmaker but he compromised by ,
t : bill as far as they could make local track and warehouse facilities. the power of Interpellation. Amnesty -' that Michael' Trump general heart beat .': Now 'don't 'getnitrated. I agreeing to try the test .uri"ted'b7'
y covers 16 acres supeslntendent It Is cot neceisarlly'dls-' > the ....tchmal1.-PIU.bur. Qaxe..' +
) It fne. and the president of the United The property acquired Premier Gcremyklnsaid, was solely of transportation, had told f"i

I 1 l Statea-shorn of hi..barbaric. onentil of land lying between the city docks.nod ,I the prerogative of the,emperor. hint the company had--Intended to protest

.' powers, like another Caratacus tho James river. The price paid Sucn briefly wps, the government's the Berwlnd-Wlhlte company taU wit
1- .
:t,. maqaclcd and humbled followed the Is said to have been $107,000.., reply to the address of the house and hazards ,- '. WITHIJV. .HIS 'RIGHTS

I; 1- chariot of the duke of Rhode Island the premier's words seemed to arouse

r +', "What Is 'one of the results? Hence CANNOT TR"'N&PORT'BOOZ all the'latent reaonlmenf In the hearts &USEP.CHILDREN. FOR HORSE! A western lawyer says that he .was Whereupon the'strange;young m.a,7''
forth our fight is against thotepub. of the, members of the house. The -- once I In a court. In :Missouri when' a turned red and left the courtroom. '.

lican party/ and. Its iniquity and-RooeeI Mississippi Law Is Upheld by CourtIn constitutional democratic leaders for Farmer Hitches HIs-Ortsprlnp to. Plow young man moat fastidiously"dressed But the court was to see more of him;' .,
I. k
I is Kansas City. tree range to their sauntered Into the temple, of Justice for In about half an hour he returned,
vlt out of the He has the first time gave and Cultivates Flo Id.
way. '
repudiated the the oOlcI.als: the court had In hU hand of ,parch-
i' ;Judge Smith. McPherson In and with flaming words ore Ncne of ft bearing a Toll
I bts democratic passions Complalnta have been made againsta '
: allies and '
he
lay United States district court 'at Kansas "tor declared'the ever _seen him before! :and,as the'prO- met t. The'Juda.llow'.l red"st him
now bound after orator govern farmer
hand living 'N'enah.VI.con
near
and toot to ;; -
the co- unimportant and somewhat Ih the but tie
refused to grant an keepings: were. most savage manner
l teries at the other'ond ot'the capitol City, Friday ment's program Inadmissible and said sin, thathe has been hitching tour the '
Harvest tedious. It chanced that young man flinched :notFinally, da -
the
that dominates injunction sought by that the ministry must give 'way to abinot. of his seven children' to'a 1
tho plow .n<
v republican': policies- of Kansas stranger attracted some attention. On lag a-lullfq, the proceedings, the 'ec-
r r In that body, and he can never asaln King Distilling company .:'1 In which.'the p oplo.blUi. con- compelling them to drag the Implement his part, hi eyed the :judge narrowly centric''young-person.. addressed the

act Independent of his party, having City which asked that the AmericanExpress Dctcn' abdicated: formally and suomltted him- company .be. .be.restralped.! fromft.tu81nito that government's reply: had dashed ; ifrhlW lie' guided lne"'plow"ana. ; loudly on tie bench in flout ot him ',Tour*bonorf"s"What :*
(Jestlaext .
felt fp.the, party yoke.: transport packages to the ground all his hope'of work drove: u he would drive/a: horse. and finally rose anti sauntered up to Is It. sir?" oi

a -- -_ to Mississippi.'A InK in harmony with the administration. ,JIlld- ... W. the bar where h. poured out for him-' "I_ wish, your honor,' to. submit <'to

' MERCY PET'trDoK-,' M, Kovl"fky ''enacted tie role( leI a glass of iced water; . this hono.-abfe court my certificate of ,
LENGTHY $ .
I "GOLDilINEFOR ,SHIPPERS. of Mlrabeau. practically parphraaing MADE MERRY AT FUNERAL.. The ;judge presiding a nervonsand admission to practice la the supreme -

; -the -JYenchmanfB words: "We- are ., - testy'old follow, bad himself ob.erndthe court-and all other;, 'courts' of1 :'this'
I' -' Containing 11MXJO NamesPresented Kansas City ,-Flrms: Received Large here "by the..will of the people and Grand Army Man C.rryQut' Wishesof young man and by bU' frowns bad state." 'y

t In Behalf of Alleged Murderer. Sums In Rebates. nothing but bayonets -can .disperse a, Departed Comrade given evidence of his disapproval; "Well)', ;:what, of tbatr growled- his

3 ''It A petition more than a mile long Members of half a dozen large business us." while half a dozen peasant"members .+'Zat: :, drink and bd merry at myexp@psw When the stranger baa baldlymarch- tonor.>;. .
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the bar and had taken-the "Simply tbis'yougr honor. Now that t
ed to
and.bearing more than 115OOO..namea. :firms of Kansas City admitted hurled defiance at the minis-' up
," 'waVl.ce request of Charles water It locked;; as if the :Judge would I have presented the proofs of ny ads i '
was-sent to. Governor Guild of ttas- Thursday at the trial la the federal tty.. -- this mission! the bar'would ,''w
Heifer, who died Id Jersey City 04turdsy boll over with Indignation .at exhibition to now move1the .
him to court.-or' George H. Crosby the Boa )!:yen Coqnt .# .yden. the leader of 4
snchuxettsTuesday, asking of temerity, ssaouotlng almost court that l'be permitted to drink,
to his comrades of George'H.
' fi commute; life Imprisonment the sentence Hngton 'trafflo manager; George I* the right. c1e.erted the government'sside to contempt Ttat water air" roared from.the official pitcher. !'
of death Imposed upon CUarl'asI Thomas, the New York freight broker "- saying; that Inasmuca as ",th* Th'omaa post Grand
. Tucker for the murder of Mabel and the- tatter's olerk. 1* B. Taggart. rovernraent had refused to redeem 'publlc. In compliance with his desire other officials of this court, Llpplncott's Msjsilnts, U
that ;they had received thousands to repeal'U1. exceptional on their return from Heller's i
of IM promise -
'F page, at Weston. In March. 1904. The
f!; signer Include 89.S60 men and SBB93 /- dollars In ooumlsstons from "un. hw his vote, also was for oe a..... burial Tuesday the forty-five survivorsof I : p

a ,, women. An. express wagon'was known sources.". With breathless anxiety society the post marched to. the hall where 1----- Ii'I tHE"DIAMOJVwS': ',:ZA'PS'Field '

a n cosary to transport the petition to All -of the !firms had hired Thomas awaits the government's'responee .to I the feast paM for by their comrad.* -yThat' n' ." .'x '

the state,hoise.. to'' attend to' the .shipping cf their the bold action of the, lower nouses awaited and atej.drank, sang and eulogised In the hollow(; of four"hMnd eaR bes bursa so. HU'II. ,' -'...j.t "
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.. cood.. ..;.:.;;.- their .dead comrade.] itflames with uticoniumlnz Are: ell,,' 'f rAnd "
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: ":. ',\ ,.. -i> '-- t J "; "" -,'4. .. 'j .1 hts you <>o not udder.tand Caught from th i sunset's ctn. si'pyre ,
i .ll : ..., ....._,_ > . ilV 1 TRADE APHrCA.' :C'II, heart and n,.v.r tire; from the .tr-DI Ilghr, of Ute Mars.' i iJt
ROie1' RS LoOT'OI POSTOFrI E. OUR. :..WITH' c_ _ '" PAISE'-AWAY. Now f..mlnoua with silver-wbltir. v. ;
MIND HE "IK1BaEN know'th.t" t
4 NEGRO LOSES HIS Then la.ncliin Into 'htftng! hu*. 1 Ie enough ..here ._. :
.- 11'1 y .W'<<: yr .' .. And wondrous tlntlnim shot with light'-. In thla _All ..pa ... caught, e411wl 4.
: leCU f9d ,) . ,..n .LN ,. rAfteing'Strui Ups'by"Mod and fetal'for HOGS Figured OutaeAb.ut.' w'as Norway's Gr..... Poet and'Drimatlet A, glory that "Jt.cannot loee. pent. .. ; ol
R.pht.raukaq.a.tM'UI1IIII' sii'd'LSterIeioued bftPoll4QVatJ" '$3$30,000,000 ? -Died In Christiana.klenrik''Ibsen Wbt Is Itt Hidden.'t....' Hrtb h all hi fa reset.li b...'" \l
: unknown eentuil It slept ;The charm 01 ao.ee In the d.w ,,r .
Tho po toOce+Nfe.waayplown'i '. .1Ie.. Trtde ol the United States: ;iwith '' ; ''ItbrWur'rIteatoetpoet' And Through itiu the.........., of .lIa birth aIn ,' 'the glint of diatant.lIma 01 ......... .,' .
negro *
) Taltersj" .
U And opts reds aUent skies .t t
r 'br.: { ;tti'oca '-'ft1crat } fonndatndhe: I ;beakJ: :Africa. '(n. the "S"1. 'If' *!**?, '?*>?* t" and dramatist, Is ..4..s.a Chrietlan A toy the to ph unfathomed.... s p.ir.pest n'i *,...hep-. ; .. Arejln l'tJla-JDI' ,! old ",".wet sses.bIuti._; ;4'if ,

't night and.a : ,"together ' white, woman was' strung up ,by. cording'' to,11, builattnot tho\frtfulr *. ?Althouah>i f./JJ&.ervx actlvlty'exceed D9f9 A cvd/lit It.io heart deck lorrror s dta
t with' Ave registered packages and' ;mob, atBo e -"jI '" many; valuable tyg>$*;an ;; 'aggregatedabash.t. .S34MMX4WMVof In th> flsht It . Until d..e.le the ...... -, .
'Nitroglycerine used become from mental effort, ,,he;had'continued Are echoed strr > aq
has TOlently
was .and the hep.trangled: '
ii, before ll.sai.UOO were .Impotta.UoaeondVeremainder The subtle light. which shift end y..... MankInd still ban theios 01 htsss .x5.. \ '
;:, ,,door of the safe was'''blown abont. insane ",a'',result of his. cg.perlenoe.o whiCh to be a 'familiar figure In. the We.of ,pAeelhaks, and leaps,, sad. 'laughs. laws ja now some ... 'orwottea'"- .
--' Ii' exportation* ;Jr. "" .. j!, Jterudlaat .unl'-ht n'\'\
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THc Kisslmmee Gazette i.+artrl/N.. *: ....... i
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With Nefefcboi' at Whittkr. i f
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i ,: ., Reported Each Week by 0. ,I.:.C. 1 + k
roBUMiin .aT r ioTCMBee ;. ,' : .1
t tu ValleyUatUte, Hull".III'. ..s hael+......1.+...+........ ,

a_..' KlanHIMKIt.OgCIUil.AtiUfyTV.Fl.-*. The conclusion of,the Whlwter cin-e Summer

'r W." .. MAULS uanor aa. ........*..... Iq circuit court ha reunited our I
F t- b cltlxea and future
as ro"peGtaappe.r
'1S Merit*** win" .VM"' ..o lf r Ik* sloe II ,
S."fall..$al 1M yar.t ..salons favorable for a oonilnuuwi of the ,

,All amtaiuikMtioa,. from.our tutbar- storm period principals and wltfieui ,
&of>pt
Ii ,'...:I .orrMpuBMl.ofc, mail t bf .l"n.l by h.wfk.i expect to return to their farm work. -

ii H4' matt.r wW Dot tx returntd _.1_ with renewed energy.Brother . 'f'i'i I
wF Mllad for ,
.: Arch returned from Klislmniee ; ,

it aupr.daltbaron.om..InlGutmm.Fla,,. / Sunday morning with a regular , '
a..oosd-ola.a mail m""4f. ,, .,.tt.
railroad scorcher nothing leis than a "
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'On.eopy.on.fur SUBSCRIPTION...... .BAT. ".. St ,.,.,,II.OoOn. Flag tor bumble bee buzzlDl all around : ' i .
+ .coiiy,eta mmuh.......;....r.?rrr..a... ..sb him.0 Surveys, trestles, .t.eeLral1l, : RefrigeratorsFreezers .. I ', '. ,;" : : > -: ::: .
Oseeopytbr..monthare.] !IA locomotives and 0 ,
freights palace carsabd .

N Friday. nel. 1D06. '_ .a thousand and one other. things i '" ,h:'I;,,,.:',.,.." .... ';) ..,.. :, ',,' ..f. ._,; ;'.\ .:t, J
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.__.... pertaipingthereto are being freely discussed i : :; : '"
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and all doubts diipell- .
as are or', : ; ,
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Wanted--Good Road toLoughman. ed by future prospects our people fully I 0 , ,I' . .
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realize the smoke and Ore aj'ItiK .' .
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A petition has been circulated and "' .
this and believe that the much talked of .. _ _
numerously signed week Making l
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Coolers I
'the criwmlsilonera build railroad is now In good hands and '
county : a '
that-it la,only a question of time and :.. ; : : ,' ':
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? good road from here to'"* )) ,i.j: : .. .
hal Bald lime within reasonable reach" of / ;\,, .' ,I STANFORDCARSON
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1 This question been brought before I \ :, : '. ;
"Tvis us. "tCanopies . ,
commissionerseveral times In ,
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'"years past, 'but for one..ea.on.or Our beautiful Whittier swamp shines ..', .
( tf another. principally thereout of build. forth In all of its originality; waterIn - :- "

i lug a bridge across Reedy Creek abundance now adorns ILl concave : "i
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and Demyiratlo rooster i\ ;: ,
surface our \
swamp the mailer has been allowed s ,
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banks ana \; ,
stand its
throws
on out a
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,: to pass wi'houtanytbing being dune. "
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f Now however, while we have a board shrill.\ defiance the drainage com Hammocks.'fU< : ?

attention mission. and all other commissions : .
ft..bat.la, paylnf speclal to the i .
a, Improvement of road. It is hoped! who propose to dttposess the fro'gs," st GRAVES '1

thus mailer. will be favorably consider* toads, minnows'-\- etc., of their natural

,ed and such,road,"constructed\ 'The domSTn.; ; Baseball Goods "
Whittler beat KUsliDinee at.,{.he last
importance of this road. to the town
:aDd -county at the 'present time can election.for< County Surveyor: I tell( 'UARDw lr COMPANY. JJ
hardly be overestimated; the building you Mr, Editor when you get. our city .

t ; of the. large.. .lD1J1 by the. Everglade arouN..d], It take the rent of ..the county '. -_
Lumber .Lou to pnillt. down, Kissimmee lost when 1
w Cypress Co. at 'bmao has "
' i brought a large number or? people Into she tried we beat your choice by a Baby'Carriages' :.

that. section, whose nearest markett majority of 22 with no outside help. 1 x xBIG'
The time you want'a elected .
'\ ,would be Klsslmmee if such a roadwereconstructed next man i
send us word and-we will help you.
end
who would
naturally i
-come here to do their trading.. O. 1. C. has.resigned his commission ...'

,The cattle and'borne men who drive as assistant post master general" of LINE i\

their' stock through to -Tampa or Whittier to aCCt'pLthe.aujrust position ,. '_ _. ;

,Lakeland would be saved the nvcesfi of Lord Chief Justice of the. Untied .
; :tj of going the long distance around Kingdom of Whittier and J.akevlew. ,

.Reedy Creek swamp and waging and until an appropriate title la establish\ Harness and Saddles : '

swimming the marshes, sloughs .and ell for tills distinguished olflce and asocial I

creeks tributary thereto. Btanding made public shall no I
T 'Polk exact particular recognition from .
tr county would doubtless be will any .
Inff to pay her share in the. construction . my social correspondents. .
let 'of the bridge across.-the swamp, The return of the beaux from your \
city. will ciuse' a fresh Invasion, of -
a* It would dye an outlet north to the \
people of that. And would be Hunters Paradise and future results --- ,
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county
DOD'a II!II -- -, -,, !
v another:; Unit in the chain of ,good may be looked for.The ,
Don't let WuCTer\ .. with that .
1'oads'tbatl. gradually being forged recent storni period" through your C. A. CARSON, Pr.iidsat N. c. BRYAN 8." .'ar", '..p,1
cough when can cure It w1t-IBal. ;
y' and will eventually extend from 'Jacksonville which we have passed ha somewhat yon ) ;
>4 w Tampa. discommoded our people but gentle lard'a Horehound Syrup, a sure cure : T: :8:, E -4
for Cojght' Bronchitis. Influenza, _
In view of the fact that a good road' eepher and bright sunshine are f '

from KUdmmee to Orlando 1* now rapidly removing' the effects of sand, Croup and Pulmonary Diseases. ;1 Waters & Carson 41
j assured, and will be built in a short period.The Buy a bottle and try It. y ) Grocery Co. !
Miss.
U. Hjej iirhter, Hyhalla, ,
v time. theLodgbman road would be a.most general health of our peo 1 1r i.
:asf Important'link, a* Polk county its usual good; no sickness worthy. of f writesVB; > have two children who -

:: / would doubtless then take. It up and n te. tMe bad croup. I tried many dltf4"rellt.remt'dlt'8 G 'C"BSDoR ESi i
II : IX 0 :
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1 i, I extend it fromLoughmanto, Lakeland Arch Bass has moved Into his but I must say your Horehound ; -

-t' Then the question.01 ,."good road! new dwelling and Is now' prepared tc SyruD I lithe best Croup" and t
receive his friends in of the .fines Cough medicine I ever_used. -Sold
i-j from Sanford ,to Tampa at lean. one -
&,'" would' 'be practically settled. I houses our city affords by Hoberson's Pharmacy. I will be in Kissimmee about i syt M."53 COUNTY AGENTS FOR _\1L_
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4 H. rte.-Railroad Rate Bill.- The crops. are growing rapidly. JUNE 15 with another load of i If A Y
in CHATE8ETC.
{ 1f", '. garden vegetables abundance now 'I Celebrated. Fertilizers I '

ii." Tlje} Hepburn railroad rater;t,bill as adorn the table at Lbei, Drawdy. man- 3 Horses.. This is the best. load of "GRAIN: .

", '"*1:'amended and. passed by,_the ,Senate sign' '" ,. b ;., .Horses I have 'ever shipped,to ',.this I .,... Circuses sad Prices ,
provides H'I"* & V "r. The Patriarch still adheres Kinimmde -' : ;;::Or
; ; i : /\;,< " '<, x f ' "i"',(1'i, i :'K\.1"-,;\ "* /II\\." ,Faalaadd'.a. Appllcatlo ";,
Tu at the Interstate Commerce Commission customfnoirhavlng _returnedto ". pi ce. ,:.They will.: be)fat,* smooth /1

f : shall ioTeallgate' charge of JVhlttler: since the primary. .
-"' .r-, unjust and unreasonable rates of com- John and Will Drawdy. Sam and well broken and- I will. sell at I HI.PIBS.-FTJBS. WOOL'il'

'4'1' :mon carrier... ." Brown, El Bass and others have been reasonable prices. Everybody | ,
,. 'about twelve days cow hunting,
-{ If discrimination are found the gone
;,. commUilon I. empowered fix a Just Mr. Joe Williams has'returned from come and see them. F o untr'sr.: Produce a. ''Secial'ty'. i :{

iy and reaionabl maximum court a little. the worse for wear but
rate
w. ;J. McCRACKEN.Ice
';Ill ,, Order of the commission go Into no serious consequences are apparent '

'c r effect within 30 day and continue In Always stop when you have said b -- I'J:

,force: for two years, unless set aside enough it my motto; this evening. '

4 by lobe commission or a court. O. I. C. Cream and Cold Soda

r' The penalty for dlsobedle oe of the1' Letter to P. Mlddlebrooks' WE AIM AT QUINN'SWhere THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA '
74 .orderi of tbe commission is a One of .
't (5,000 daily.: KlhSIMMEE. FL*.. can I get ray Laundry done ? .

,: I..., ,':The'. United SUtcs! circuit 'Courts Dear Sir* Father and son: one la not merely to !satisfy but Why, leave \H wtih Quinn' Kdnjon- OOrMNEOTIOMS.
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d He willreturn4vlo
lion Monday a; Tuesday -------
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''shall bare Jurisdiction over suits to glad, tIle other ts sad. Devoe: lead- .. To Over Rails- ----- '
Hr t- ass ahap East its own to Savannah, dha.rlestocr
to
and.oII. delight with the
annul acts. of the commission, the.. you -- the Richmond and Washington
F Mr Charles HOltenbeck, Fair HavenN Also cleaning oressingand dyeing thence Via Pennsylvania '
of
granting Interlocutory decrees
without bearings and making appeals Y, paintedhi, house 'Devoe three (qualfty, of, our groceries! clothed. at living price .To, __ ALL ROIL' Railway., _-.:.-_. ,

,t'' ,direct to the Supreme Court. years ago; his father same time, Wo can give the Quinn Kdmonoo-U. agent for the. I 'West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville ,

Oil pipe lines. express and sleeping(, painted. his house leadsandoil.The . you, Tampa Steam Laundry. Leave U at the. and!! "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta..
7 'car companies are declared. _common father's. house is all chalked'off Jack Olmon' hop )just I'c..olla fromJ. To' Via Savannah & Alan Soeambhlp.. Company ToTofk
carriers. **-"-"""" : the ion's Is as good as new. They'll BEST OF EVERYTHINGIn : Thompon'a lture'KlIslmm88. the East New York Philadelphia nod HostSn, via Norf

t.\\, The'comml..i has auoess to the paint the sawe-way next time. t Fla. I via Sleamer.1.o Savannah New and York Merohans, Washington and Baltimore, .'

accounts of the companies affected. Yours trulyF the Hue 'of High Grade' oooooooooooooeoooc Via Steamship. tatltfn Co., rorJlalUmore and and Philadelphia.Miner Tranlpor- '

the bill will contain when the W Devoe & Co ,
: :committee conference '. Table'Luxuries and Provisions Key West andHavana. Via Peninsular &Occiden-t -
ft'Vhat.'J of of the Senate Steamship
/ A Girls Twenty Dollar Salary. W.L. Van DUlor&Co. t
(,, and''House, of "Representatives gets I ....--- Company._ '
1.' t through' 1t.b.l.., only I time will tell, After all is said and <<'done twenty. of all kinds at == ,..'.. ,# Unified ROOle,Chicago 0'the i Gel"braled Florlda1.lmlted.tr.lga. New and Dlal..F1..r.York A Florida: apoolal Florida"- sad W- ... Iny
1 I"/ It is already hinted that the oil pipelines dollars a week is no mean competencefor
,\ and the 'I prices hat ate sure t6 BROKERSg Schedules
; express companies an Independent woman, says Miss Quickest Superior
t Service.
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rf: amendments are,, to be stricken out Harriet Martin, writing in the New ...
command attention. ForlnforroatloD "10 r....., .eh ]uli,......eon.ult Ch.
through tbe Rockefeller Influence and Idea Woman's Magazfr for June on'Spending REAL ESTATE j J..0. KMKL'AND Dl"l.lm P..oer| Purpt.Fold.ror' ranmnnleaM.. vtts)
A.nt.
the fact that :most of the influential a Twenty Dollar Salary." W.'J. CRAIG P.J.r! Trama .rimpb.a..",,..,.FIa Wl1mlon ,I
N.
Republican. Senators: and .HOGAN & FLOYD. INSURANCEWorkirig .' on. C.
members off She goes on to show'what may be ,.. AND '
.., the House 'bavo express company done and bow a girl. may live on this ..
1 s''' franks I lends color to this report.. amount.. 'Her first 'girl Is, starting {xxxxx>ocxxxx oooooo6ocxx> W. B. IAINaOUCUMPAM I

from,the lZ'lnolnlt'aud spends (120 -
; "\ ,, :The_ Right Remedy., CITY BARBER"SIiop.WILL : ,t
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t.. ,,Men and women Who' suffer from In furniture out of ber yearly one AGENTS FOR
digestion. Nervous thousand And forty dollars, $120'' on '
Debility,. CoastipatlonrKldtoev .
OUYTON. 't>
d'i'-!;' -and Gladder trouble*, clothdi.0218'on 'oOdaQillf.127i on Barbgr. ;! .-Florida. Fertilizer '
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Manufacturing
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Lost CompanyOf
Vitality' and all kindred dlsr rent, 93S on amusements and 1100 on NoW for Business _
eases], .will and relief by using Haggard Open .
and the
Specific Tablets. They ba..ef Incidentals saves remaining in Patrick's Old Stand. .. women QAINB8VILLE. FLA }',
20 $143. Ml .Martin's women readers \
f been years on the market ana have *
.'aN ,demonstrated their who themselves wU..Jae) tkeisS Makers
( paramount heal earn twenty dollars a of High Grade
NEW CHAIR Le.....'. Fertilizersof
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"I ing and-. _health-giving qualities. week or ;more will doubtless differgreatly ,
1<1:1:p Send for book of wonderful If t-IcI.tole.Haggar .
cures. j- NEW RAZORS All '
Your druggist. 'cannot". supply you; .in opinion as to the fundamental Kinds. "'. '1
'41.t' they will be sent prepaid upon receipt'of rectitude of this division.;, As ,feVERVTHINO., s Specific '' '
''H', : price. Pe: box, Oct... 'Add...*, for',those 'who.: earn less than this 'TablcUtUoUnlMbbcmlM. _:Orange 'Tree Fertilizers a ,Specialty. '

"c\t:\: : Haggard- Specific Co:, Atlanta Ga., ,amount, they,, :'will. doubtless l declare :Satisfaction Guaranteed. CoMtHMtm.h- 1.
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Ii :In all the list ,of counties, with low that here Is AO ; problem at .all-tbat. ........ W. oa.i Debility._. ." KidB jr udBfedcW Always __Remember: .the ,Fall Name .
9 ,j t taxation rates, we do not Bod,one that tbe real crux of Lb. question arises 'C>" NO. fmAs'' 1't.u61..d || krdmd d'wrwTky ; t
,. 1; t/s doing public Improvements sufficient .. lul. build. Ib .With. std
when f<>odt... olothi"g and inolden- ones (br p
:A.j to Induce any Immigration.; DeSo HARRIS.SANATORIUM. 'stmnlh For Fil ilnes_ W''.* :loop.' Laxative gromo ;
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(" ;'flKwltb! iM-sparseljr settled population. : tale haro.tobe met out of a'weekly, ......... M-t ....... ....... .. Quinine j
j f '.'i'6oo>*s sweood In the UiV., la percentage. .salary, 'of 11$, $10,'or even i...; onl:n. L,, HARRY.. 'Hea-I".$.gps.isdm sh. e.ld bewd i.' n r
,: of increase.Whyf! ,Because she bas ,. Ult8I1IP'. AND qBMBVAt MEDICINES, t-set-5 with dr .......... ,:s-d'" .
;"Y balls senoola.. graded roads and built Ha. tttoo4 tfce Tes ZtfYar.Lb. ,Offle Bonn.111.1.s to S.DM. .book .! prtiallr.. Dtu ,.u tker.t C\.COWin'OaeD Cii two.
: .bridgees few the.accommodation .of It*. old. origin{ *,I'ro...'. 'Tastcleas' ().'0..OHRIttT., SOs pew....,w dry :rt:wt .... , ., '
hates POJH1l S'aael'1otret.ber; Chill Ton lei" You know what you aN I' aye. BAB. WOBB AND TBBOAT.Offles . paid....._ .. ....AcId&... 1r I "'I-\,
.04...__ -= goo24:: wuu,-- On i,,,DeSoto. taking.::, It la Iron and ""quinlb ID.* I .*....:. N I.I..t"< ..HI SPr+ae.c.. ;. Adeeu.G.:. :4.:, I ,;g-
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.I HON. NO.11. :* Supt. W. I.,a... ... was'an, Orlando Royal'Worcester. oorweta and girdles [ ,New line of mould' Ings, li' $ouotslo', e', About. two o'clock.Oils mownlcr'tboliUens CTbe A '" Llsa.1 : f >wt on .

visitor Tuesday.'Kool ./ at: Dann's.. See dry go ds d (>artmeot at Uses"'s'? of TClsslmmee were aroused new borthbowsd trtta. laet*'Ovndey; ,

1'h PUBU8HKD, EVERY: VJUDAY, kinds from their'; peaceful 'slumbers which arrives la KI.*...es M I7 p. '
. Kollars" the thing. for aum'mer. ',All kinds ot;'''pioLnre'anoulding aThompson' t I All pictures framed to 'or by an , ,
w. .. siRRle. .wear at Dann's., .' 'alf :\ der at Tbompeon's..' ' { alarm of firand HPOQ,, 'looking. out met t 4 will prove a great a..vea4l.e.s '

: those of the DOrt.b'eDd of town were to I tb.'t r.vdN.g psbI4e.
.Official Weather' Report, Mr.,J, wi; Sylveste'r' here on .. New line of straw'ba... ready'for Inspectlon ., Regular meeting of the county- com given' the Impression that the stores. A change was also .seeds IN'

visit to his famljy.' "' at KaUa.: miss loner* ,next:Monday. Broadway ached_ of of the other tnfsa ,
"...... '.'...;">.-W*. WHMVWKB ; were ID flames. 'UPOD'bowever } /some .'

1'roassaT ...... *.* _1 inns, 'Reaular meeting of the town.council 'Buy' dry Mrs* Ji If,1 WUlson...Jr.; Iii .visitlnirelative *''" investigation,: , U was found I the COlli pI.... schedule fot- all t#.4M>

itextTuesday. ,night.Corless .. your I goods at Dann's bow at West Palm Beach. (that the. flames proceeded from the old now being M follows .
Wa stock to select from. '
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wooden .
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Iall. building and etable ,situated IsotT68o17ND. '
,If wani swell '
Cods cool' collar you ] crop, plan' 'No.
Coon A "
} - tiros Grain Ribbon for shoe laces east of the Lake House and owned k4
by
r.ca.y. ....... q M. 1.0'l' and cuffs at Danu's.gchool .. la white. t.o and black at Dana's. cowpeas.. Now I* a good time. R. B. Brave, ", 88 arrive Klsslmmee.,.. r..t> fur:
IMaM' .,,......./. HI n .' M" . . .:M $.tls
ready .............. 81 va "12Mond. Board will meet in reularmODtbl' Notice 1. hereby given that: all mjDotfi A,pretty-J in* of silverware: .ulta'bkfor The building burned slowly and 80 If s. . . .IM: s rOUTBHOQND.

T'es.dy............ e 141 14a III ( session next Tuesday."Shlnola" .. and accounts will be turned over wedding and birthday gifts, atKate' made a *rjr,hot fire- and- for, a time $ .
b.do..d, .....,. lIT n the *. j I the i Ja"Re'PlOttlnl{ house of-'the ,_
.1 ra polish for laflles', men'sand to Bank for collection after' May I No.'!l arrive KlssUnmee . .'3:40 u
J. : a
The rank of Page conferred Water & Carson Grocery Co., In
was up j was
-. children shoed aU Daon's.. 10th. F. G. THOMASON M. D., O ..
... A. 'U) PeON. P.M on'three candidates by Friendship imminent danger ol'betog destroyed.Klssimmee's . 8t ' ,,t.r 340pm
: Dr. W. R. Molntyre made"a brief The cost to the county'and State ol Lodge K. of'P.1 Wednesday evening., heroic volunteer .d r. ". .M.* .e' . .,8:15pllL

Our rates for Insertion of advertisements bu.lne..trlp..to Tampa Wednesday the. past term of court. just closed hereamounted "I figbters bovrever, were:out: to force ,.
among the reading matter on '' 'Watermelons 'and peaches are now ? Orlando District Conference.'
this page is ten cents. per line each Insertion. nlwMn'l. l II; to about: Kt.SOO. Of thtiamoubt plentiful" and beginning to and, ae usual, won out: by a very cto e
? get
the county paid about: 92,400.' are! The Orlando Di. lot Conference>
.; Have you seen 'em? Dorthv Dodd within'' the.reacb of : margin, Had' the.i packing-! house '
even1country
r pumps in patent!: and '.Vhlte'canvas. at Woodjor Hale.'When you% want s editor. - caught., the company. warehouse'T of the: Methodist "Episcopal church.

OOOOOOOS4tI1E Dann's, load of good dry pine stove wood call wen.ae the freight. depot and toe fao will convene here on Tuesday Jane U,.

up phone' 74. Delivered anywhere In Jas": F. O'Berry returned home from tory; would doubtless have been tn& will be In session about Wee day?

i LOCAL'fiELD.. Mrs O. P. Hughey and chldren left town on short notice. lie, W Bronson. Lake City yesterday, :-where' h*. has I destroyed. . About thirty or forty delegate .wll** jUe

yesterday for Dixie, Ga., to spend the been, attending the State University : be In attendance,' and 1I.I I. expected

summer' with relatives.. Miss Ruth I.1t.tte'tbeo.. ; popular temcbjpr to spend vacation. ,, Mow Is the time to iretvour photos, that one of the moot, pleasant .aD.s.. d

'' pf the seventh grade In the high family groups made to'order; Sunday profitable conferences la
New barber.shop\ .,at Patrick's 'old school left Saturday for home In Ca i..Ti'A: ". Bass Jri was up from school groups, picnlo groups, sod will the historyof .

Wade, thE Tuner!, :.Orlando. tl stand. Service'by a tonsorial artist Plant City* 'to spend tbe summer vacation. ' Fort.' Myers for a few days this week make photos of anything that. you the district wli| result..

Fewer gallons; wears longer;r Devoe, conversant with, all the latest. fade In '... attending to business connected with want, Come'and '_ .and learn ;my Tne young people are preparing" for r

White BAKEBY. I tiarberlng. -'> his Okeeubobee flsblrg op ra"lonl. prices. Don't wait too long I might a hop at the. Opera House this eren.Ing. . r '
Star LauodryCiTY 3tepbenon'bls Johnnie
Mr. Ed
; son
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.. have be gone T. li. MINX. .
Misses Florrie and Call Bryan accompanied A. rumberof our readers
and Matter Fletcher Stewart went
llii ( CO shirts a to '
See cent
our by Miss .Inns Carson left kindly sent In news Items .this week ;
Kissimmee and
on. Friday returned on
,Katzs. Tuesday for Dan Is, to spend the summer Tuesday of this week.-Melbourne which. are duly appreciated ,J by'tbeedl-

i. Mr, J. M. Dickinson, of Narcoossee I vacation at home; -.. 'Times. .' for Keep it up, we want all lobe new*. .

spent the day In town Tuesday.Dr. 1 Wt Dr. 'W., L. of St../Louis" Mo.
Mr, Pierce Gardner and Mr.C. Miss ''LIUle I IFarusworth having Wino '
M. Hicks' Orland children I. to Kissimmeehts C: A. CARSON ... JOHN M. LBB. ... R. CARSON,
J. vlotted :: Hill and two ,- of MiamI. are 'cloned her kindergarten school In expected, arclyejn. ,
oe-Pml4.St. .. .
IA Saturday. the guests of their parents, Mr. _and1drs..f. Sanford for the'summer came down evening on a prospecting' trip, C..aler ;

; M. Gardner _. .. and may decide to locate and practice I St'.B k4
,
Try a shave or' hair-cut at the new. Monday to bid good\ bye to her frltnda his profession here. of Kissimitiee,

barber shop.Oreat Regular communication of Orange here before leaving fur Dayton Tenn. .

Blossom Lodge. F. A A. M. next her new home. I** Prof; M.'D. Smith, left: Monday for Kissimmee, Flo.
bargains In willow chairs
at
Monday night. All member who can Lakeland to spend' the summer with ---'
Thompson's. . The regular June Teacher's. Examinatlotr .' ... .. . P
are urged to be present will bIB parents. Next fall, we understand PAID UPCAPItAL..r .t: . 'a 80000004TOCKHOLD8RS
be held at tbe court houssnext
he expects to'enter a medical collegeto LIABILITY.... ....... MM>OO 00
Mr. Duncan C. Pell of Orlando was
this wBIk.
: Mr. Carson Hinton left. morningfor beginning Tuesday mo..n'InlC. '
.. ,. .. . .... '
,. prepare himself for that profession.Mrs. v DEPOSITORS SECURITY. /- 100 000 OOProsapt
here Monday. Miami to join his parents and to 'ApvJlcanu'are requested to provide 1 a '.+

Smoke Key West Havana. the best take up hi. new du'tleilin the' First' National themselves with pens, Ink and J. G. Gottwalles and daughters and Careful AttentloM given to *>ti .matters e..

So Cigar on the market. .hJank; of that city. k paper. W. J. agARS, Supt.: will leave In'a few days for Land Pet trusted. to ns. Exfehavge .good,at all point at cheapeet'

ble,.Fla., to jolt, Mr. Gottwaller ''for rate*.
Miss Geneva Simpson returned NOTICE,-Notice is hereby given YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.I t
$500 worth of for sale ,
crockery at the
summer. They : to return
'- home last night from tetaon Univer that: all parties w'-o: fall to haTe their expect
cost. S. C. G. Hdw. Co. to Kissimmee time for the openingof .
sity.where. she has been attending cattle inspected before driving them :;
the high school In the fall.' .r
Nice line of picture moulding and school, to spend the summer vacation. from Dlau. No. 4, will be handled ao .

mats just arrived. J. "Thompson. cording to law. Ell Baas, The delinquent tax list appear In U-- i'e
Messrs. R. H. Seymour and Geo this issue and Is the smallest tll.the
Mrs. J. U. Gilbert, Sr., and Mrs.C. 4u Inspector -n
A. Worley, two leading legallumi '
hlator, of the 'county.This speaks >\ e1 I eT I 1 e eT eT elvVVVV \ '
.., I... ttaridy spool the'day Orlando- narlel' Cf Miami,l : ), were here I'uesday Miss Mayme Sturkle. the popularand well for the prosperity of our cl lien* VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV
Monday. business "Minor.S.. elficent teacher of the second ;
before
on Judge 'IIi
'. and show that those who own real
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The City Bakery Is agentfor the Jones grade Oaceola high school, left. Sat I estate in, this county are becoming. QSCEOhA: 4
afternoon for her home In Dade
White Star Laundry-.the best in the Mr. M..H. Smith left: Monday for urday I more appreciative of t.bevaoeot their '

State Sanford and Perry, Fla., tojtislt. rel- City, Miss Stuijkle'f; many friends possession Ii PHARMACY.
regret,to learn that. she will not're
.Our cream Is unexcelled/ Phone. 'atlves, after which 'she will go to turn .next winter. County Surve.1or.1. W. Oliver has '

,r-41 and have-It sent to'you. Klsslmmee Gainesville to attend tbe University completed his preliminarysurvey/ .ot ,, ; THE LEADING DRUG STORE,, :
) . Mr C. S. gathered hi* .
Summer Normal. ; Acree on
Drug Co. ., the, road leading north'to the O..an6t8c :
place ill the point last: week'258 orates
Special bargains In straw hats are Mr. and Mrs. L. P.Hugbey returned unt.1 line, known a* the; Orlando t; 1
of tomatoes; for which he received .
a
offered at Dann's, get"prices before last week from Bradentown, where road, and will submit his finding to ; 03NT FORGET US
fair price. 'This'makes.., 379 crates I
purchasing. i they bad been spending a very enjoyable the 'county 'commissioners 'at: their .
Mr. Acre has marketed to date S.
up meeting' 'next. Oliver\
outing They were accompanied Monday.' Mr. "
t I! Mr. J. W. Slater and Miss Dayen- and be expects to get several hundred
summer _borne by,their granddaughter Lucille surveyed, out: three: routes, one of J "
;.. port left Monday to spend the, more.before the season I* over. G' "' II When in. need of, ahy: I
.'at Hughey. which II: is expected will be'adopted .
Providence R. I.
returned this Mr; Tully,who has 'beer-'.working ID I by the commissioners, ,and the,, workof 1 S; thing In the Drug line i ':
: Mr. J. M. Wlllson Jr. ,
l Messrs. P. A. Vans.Agnew and W, the office of W.. L.. Van Duzor & Co.: grading! and building the road will ""I i
B. Maklnson Tue.day night ..ndJ week from Palm Beach; where be had .
spent "
.' months
for tbe past several resigned be begun'rightawayMr ,
bee'n his brother Mr;
on a visit to ,

Wedne.da..lo.T..mpa. Lakd Wlllson? who has .been quite ill, his position this week to accept a H. C.8tao'ford b Just Installed S; ft '"Bottle ot "Herbno"! FREE 'to everu. GustowerSunny ::1 : '
Rob rt'Campbell' has aoceVted a more lucrative one at I: Pebbledale, and : .
but: whom; Mr.. .Willson. reports as In bl. .tore one of tbe latest. Improve .
with left with his family for that. place the '
position the Kissimmee Drug Co. '
J improving.. ' '. I ed cash: register manufactured by the 1rVVVVVVVV AVVV
and began work Monday, :, ; .rl1'pat" t>f the peck, .. Mr. Tully ,
,' A .h,, .'We" are"req uestefl by M r.? R.'E. many friend here'regret to see him National Ca.li Register Co. H. is a: .' f','

; I have moved my ca pe'nteiibop Willis to extend his sincere, thanksto leave. handsome' piece of furniture', standing ....A..IJ'.A.l \.s sot>sinia.i6tdclhaAr+dc- tIIli. uAr .;,
J', ,to the Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. the cittxens wbo"" .alltted him in upon a cabinet about. five feet high,

Co's.store. C. H. Fountain. saving his household. goodsfrom'theflre -Mr.. aad..M......R.A.... WllUam..an* : which, is fitted with six- cash' drawers,. South Stables '

'which destroyed his dwelling, daughter, Mint Ruby, or Cairo, Ga.; one for eaoclerlta that.'each clerk ; ",
Miss Dora Matthews has gone to
,, this morhln ... spent: A few day here this week the can keep his sales' and'cash separate.., .
Auburndale few weeks with
to spend a .
guest'of Marshal and Mrs. Leonard By numerous appliances fend attach" i. .

i her sister, 1.11'.1. J. Wallace. Miss Adel, Mills, of Fort Mill S. C. Williams, Mrs. William Is'a__ sisterof !'meets the machine'.can' 'be made to -- ,:, LIVERY. ,

1 If you have any laundry to send who has been spending the past. several . Marshal Williams, and they came : add, subtract and divide mechanicallyand ',:" ..PEID.

: away and want. It "done up" In good months with the family of on the excursion which is given every I is within Itself .n expert accountant n', ,
"i
;/ shape, phone the City Bakery. her .co..sin, Mr. J. W. Miller, left year; --about. this time from South and book-keeper combined. [ 1 "

; Wednesday< for home, to the regret of Georgia poInt. to Tampa. "l SALE.
Olive( Orlando- is :
.1.i Miss \ Floyd; of her many friends here. There Are Few t.

spending a few weeks with Mrs. Kate Marshal'Leonard :Williams roundedup I people who know how to take care ''STABE'INGRAIVIr& .
. Sturtevant! near Shingle Creek. ..':::Mr.. J. W. Oliver'and Miss Eloise 'a skin game, which was to progress I of themselves-the majority do not ' 4<

Tebeau left: I....'nhbt for .Savannah, near the old Midland depot:.--Mooda, Tbe lifer is a most important organin GILBERT! : PROPRIETORS.BROAtJWAY. .
: Mrs. Lena Harper from near Way- '
:: the. Uerblne will it la
the former to visit: ber sons, Messrs: night, and arrested eight uegroes, body. keep . awajat ,
.:.Across, Ga., Is here on a visit to her condition. V. C. Slmpklns, Alba
' parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Matthews. Don and Edgar who are prominentattorneys each of whom put up a ( .OO bond forhis Texas, writes: "1 have used Her- OPPOSITE _
POSTOFIFICE
" in that. city and the latterto ,, I'I I
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appearance before the mayor next blue for Chills and Fever and find it ,I ,
Phone your wants, we do the run ?Ult her grandmother. ., morning. None .of them appeared the. best medicine I ever used.' I jo'
be hone102.. ... Kissimtnee .' .
would not without it It Is as : \ \ ,
nlng. however and the 'town's "rake off" ;
KISSIHMEK Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Lockerman and good for children as It. is for grownup I \ '
Dttua COMPANY. little son, of Moultrie, Ga., who came .amounted\ to just forty dollars people and I recommend It. It j Is All ,Kinds ;Hatl\lin'\ ,

:;, Try the new barber shoe Every'thing down ou thTampa excursion, stopped Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorensre- One for La Grippe."-Sold by Robersbn's 1 1'w Floridt:

I new and ,,up-to-date. Sharp over here and spent a few day. turned from; St.. Augustine Tuesday Phanoasey. I' -w w'-w Yr'Yrtlrrw erOr.w' v'y' r'

1'. razors, clean. towels first-ca.s ser with Mr. J. R. Graves, Sr.,. their night, where they 'had been to bring - ---,... ... .. ;

vice. uncle. Mrs. .Loukerinan is a lister o| home their two children, Amelia andBennle ooooooooooooooooooooooc .' 'VV'hen. 3st ou. a.: ,

Miss Adelaide of long- Mrs.,Libby and Mrs. Stewart.1'' who J.av'bMo the "
:}h' Nlemeyer .. attending -THE-- ....
,.. wood, returned home Monday after'pleasant a LOST, STRAYED '01' STOLEN State Institute for the deaf dumb and Nice Bottle; .

.' : visit here with. Mrs.. S D. T.Cosens. Dark bay mare with small white spot blind. Amelia and Bennie are 9 'and Kissimmee Drug Co.: / 'h6ne= '.L' ." .

f.!! In forehead, sore, on right of back, T years old,, respectively and were .. .-. .. . .. '! I. .: .
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where back part of saddle strikes, born deaf mutes. They bave attended !. Ii
Every 25 cents spent In cash or paidyour just .
-00 Halt's entitles wether pulled a little and small sore this school for one sessionand. 'Has passed into -* )>I I '
account at
;; ''':; you .Loreriz'ls now en- R R WHTfl:. ] N &' CO.
' r 'to a chance on one of those beautiful on right "we iber. Ten dollar reward Mr. so hlghl/..pleased with : , ? .'
' ' hat racks.- - If returned to R. B. Savage; the results, that be had them arotiml'' .1irelynewy hands. andf : '
: : town 1'1x0110 "].COQ 'II''J O do"f:
Kissimmee F4a. -. "Wednesday morning showingbis .. ; .. ,
ip Mr. R. L. Hyman a popular knight lear1 Honest and Pro- ., .
friends what' they had ed. Meant ( r
Mrs J. A. Anderson and cblldreu Free Phone From :filler's Stables:, .P
the with headquarter at here ..
1't: grip, When they left .to ,tenler school ". '4_ __ _-_ r

: Tampa was calling. on our merchants left. yesterday'/or their new home at last fall neither' of them/bad ever II &i esislve Methods'appeal t'. .. ." ,.. ,. I ' J ., ', ',\ .
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I Mr I Anderson _.... _.... ____
i' Monday.. Plant City; "'having gone. spoken a.;word In their Jives and 'it. __.A. .A. -
the ulghrbefore to for to the tradingpublic1 wr '
down prepare '
I: Miss Martha Dupree elocutionteacher their coming.: Mr. Anderson! and was. very difficult {b tnajc. them-jtfb can" "; '10 ORTH'; KISSIMMEE.C. : ., ,! ._PHbNt:,fVO. e.' ;
chool left Mon stand anythingNow they y. ',.re' confident l, <
t ,; In the high family; have resided here for a number that. we .
watching the lips of the'speaker '
understand ,
day' for her home 'Georgia to spend of years, and are held in the highest ,

".the summer esteem by our entire citizenship, and repeat distinctly any 1' will merit, our share of W.-ISEliPHN: :'f:
simple word or phrase which Is spoken *v *'. .
i Master FrankBryan 'entertained a 'and many are the expression of rev In their presence.' They baud'also "'AWJ atrona&e, 1 : 1 ,. . S. 5

i' number of bis!, little friends ..to. partyTuesday gret beard on every side at their lea learned to.read. and. write and have '
,. afternoon/in honor of his ing. They are prominent member of '
fo some months been 'writing lettersto :
; ; 1
' 1 fifth birthday, the church, and during; their their parents, M.... Loren is enthusiastic > # '., J JIJI, Faricf:Family ,Groceries ">: ':FresllMeaits; .l
) have taken active :
Tt iMrs.. J. B. lobn.ton. "assistantprisclpal'Osceola. residence h&re, an in his praise of the Institution ....
all to
Interest In matters
pertaining .
'leftSaturday and thinks .legislature should! "
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high school :
the moral and religious welfare of the We eip ct/tpparry'; J : ev'e \ 7 Solicited'j
ber bjme in' Dade City provide more liberally for Its support + \ ;
for
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'I;. to spend'vacation. community. Mr.,Anderson .. largely He also 'regrets that-Mr.. I W:. B. Bare, ry thing1 l In our:\"llne' that :Pelivery Every.Day at Any Hour. '.Patronage. : }
: In naval stores' ; ,
"Ir >._ engaged operations, the. superintendent 1. to'l4Ia. the';loxstistttonttshethmkebe .i I ,
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1'; Mr. Wcodfln Carson returned horoe'f. bavlog a large turpentine I,farm bear } :, lathe. right. the trade: domands. and --"' -"' '''' -w----: i., 1;.. .

f.. Saturday .from .Philadelphia,>, wbere .tits place 'and' ''Mother' in Minateecounty man In the.'right .'PI_. Mr. ""Ix>reij. ., 'to'' !r (.1'., ..
t' .he Is'attending- college, of .den Is try,' : and Plant City :being I the feels , *reare. ready aeryaFlonrnoy

ir,)"; to spend the summer.! .\ moss convenient point' for' him,' 'de' Douglass.>ery,grateful aDder.whose,Hiss immediate Anna,,,liistructlon L.. you,d a rAinljtht.! I Job Work..(Neatly and Prooptly' Executed:at; TWS-:Office:ifi".>.

1 :Mrs.V; Wldulebrobks t pd later cided to move bis?,faipUy"there.; .. ,.He hUx children bave been,; since f' I ," ' "! L. *.W.. ,t\0.ro
k t" 'Harry' went out to, Shingle. Creek '0.t will' how.v.r,,be here about.tfwloe, a enterlng'tb> Institntlon'aad -who. :!this ,.. : >MHdlcbrooks.OOOOCsXOOOCM :; ] r-'t: ',

; :''r ,the.Midland! train,;Tuesday and. tpeelviftblira. month to look after his 'interestsaf" . t.bo..oalfblp! !and fitted' ':''bee. .,. r I tux. otat' '. I; They-: 'aH| rood" for bom ties,'wb..1. I I I .,.rIf yos'wasa'lo' ; iteepkp0'read IMlseiik; ..'.., r

.the day .. 'l1r..Dt. j this end- -o. -the UDrr: : seUfoctbls work;;", 'f ;, .i Old DswspaMrsi I'We.Mil "ssn. ,I and- gepersJ- news. .,'i the...- .BatsMai'I
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: > -_r7 l What Coal l Tar's Magic Has ,,: ,fJOT A PATrflOI. COURT ANNOTINTEf :;ERE
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. v /Ftp I "utrlit Nltht/ ':ofth. Fix-. unit er.'yrs. .
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I A'Uo r"1 1f.1'.IIII. injunction Sought by Presbyterians
: : not 'a patriot./ : Md tbe
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, FIFTY YEARS AGO, IT WAS A WASTE ,/ In Mot the 'my-country- Denied Because,, Religion Beyond .

.... I, ,...,.\p"e. I. yaws asleep, mid ,hog pastures: that can tie : ( kind. That sort; of pet Pal of Jurisprudence. \

r'iI"-{cta} 14 \ ,).\\ ,? ,Ju ,f..i'C\1Un! crown.: One of cur correspondents, ilf.L ,Chemists Will Celebrate the Perkin Discovery puly niuenlarced eirotlsm-i-lt \ '

>rnI: 'rta1:1: othe: !; l.rI'S, ]IlI:1'h": C. r.ejiioIJs, say of rape: on the were accident of The application for an Injunction .
', / r\\Il'r) 1:111)\\' nnont tlin! fjctsUI'P Much to Put the Profession:in the Front Rank' of !It loves his of : I
) Hfipe: has woi: for Itself great popu- owner coun to re.tralohct union the JTesbjr- ..\J
e? !trr(.. rn.l'' ware fur :; <*- l-ii-lly it* a food for sheep In recent Utilitarian Occupations! Metres: In It solely! because lie trrlan churches was decided in court\ -

/ orCOf%sat I lit t.nosvs, tj:a"s' ore succomJj year It 1* ciowH"to-day more or,less It. list thanks It must be,a at Decatur, I1L Wednesday by Judge

F \J.ritimi's'', /(; wMo awake spoil every farm where sheep or bogs eeeeeeeeeeeeeee. e'ee ee e s e ,. ,to have produced him \. "

.' f, / I I..* ob t "rrreut.! itijd prnuu by l iiI.t.lhu l lu nto miscil I hare grown rape. forsheep "eeeeeeeeeeeeeee.e-'- _'"U"".._.... h<. _ _ _ _ _ _- fI/ eee + e. at my 1"1 t'lotllllll-lf you John lie refused to issue the injunction. < <:

: :; fn's:: ns bs! 'acc. ;"u. .. .pasture for more than twelvqyears (lint-tbe otheri>y .round.I .
producing delicate tints from He said that the'case has .no parallel "
AVIllInm
and the wore I grow of it .the.uioie Henry VerLln. K. I honor iuy t'Oiitflry l for tho ';
of. BY '' ugly black tnr, n hltheito I D. Tb. D. D. 80. V. in, jurisprudence of the United
P. C.
1u.U. !in.... ., thoroughly I am convinced it is. Ideas It reprt'seutlll1nd after '
,:b-I>I'olhlt't of coal /gas alive, although this string t>tate... 11* treated the church as a
4' In 1wtwlltti: : of' cuttle: foods the one cf the bl'sL"heep feeds tile tnrnler- .;prod it with other coun '''
A >Vllllnm Henry PeiUln' an Kngllch nations after Ills name voluntary organization the .ctlaf ,
: 1ll'lurr.boll.l: : keep In view {the results can growVliil.e It doe not como on .It better. If compnrl '
1'' 4 to bi rxpprtei!, H.iuo fnu U nrt noro 01 early as rye In-'tbo rprlng Its hardy chemist rendered a public service dome to think differently, thn't' tho canny whose his'iost' tribunal are binding

"n.\ln.II'\I);<' T Miunil, tliiiu other, n -li
IxTttitftR r,. 't': ;"III the relittUo profortiori ago/ crops. When sown' under favorable yovery'turned the manufacturing hi.dust'yof patch study 'and, ..xp | ''')'. I ',,ould rank: that fIrst with by tho-courts if the act ,'

t t l ofji'.ry: _IILItaIlCII nail '11* com- condition it will supply a large\ \ : the ,,woildlnto new chauaelannd'chemistry just as much zeal: a. ) :: I was-born human by are fair and honest Ha held that ',,

rt5lt: tan, The AisrpMlvtf; rapadty of amount of palatable pasture nt six leaped to\ the -trout when no made Ida "strike'!' .''JjeiiMMi-bouiiitttilcs-DstnUt( ,courts-of: IlILywIUotP8BIIODdoQ- .- "
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'ekh<< flnjr.fll: s I.o>M l-e known (o--therstrler weeks growth.-nud UID! tact:that It' 'rank- the l"otl's.lou.'Chat Is whythe Dr. Perkln was born, In governed. my Amerlr.all trlnul mutters, the ,decisions'of: eccleslaatldil 1
chemists of nngliuid, Germany anti March 12 1S28, and studied .
r.r.J lie sl.ouia: 'endeavor toipl cau bo sown at any season of the year judiciaries being binding on
? :
the United States are liqw a under Dr. A.,W. '
; >:y Us u:ants.I makes ono of tbe best general forage planning Ilofmnnn at I 1I11d.J love thin Innd, for civil courts as to matters of falta.: "4
_ \ crop for the farmer, No sheep owner filling! ; memorial to celebrate the College of Chemistry, ".11... 1 I doing for luunimlly.. 1 be. The decision/ eat forth' the vllrl'oulla
1- memorial of this remarkable
flfiletli \ afterwards assistant
/ill can afford 'not to It can be In Ms and would U;:ht to extend:' it; : '
Hi. "'*r k l-nrrM. grow, rape. discovery.Perkln laboratory. It01' here tll of the Cumberland general assembly ;

The Cariitcr i vilio j-a'sei! n.few pis tor sown during. every growing season of !Is not to be meraorlar.cd!) ..ado his coal tar over the Whole' earth, so and, sajs: k. ,
l ideals
maintained
bs: pork barrel ",:11 count tile curt stud (the year and produce excellent pasture.I mops I< _for. his color discovery.. The! discovery of the- mauve "lofty is un Idea are-tli Anierlcai "The.se action. of the assembly Jj"rouot
prefer to in drills\ instead
sow '
i affirm that piss do1 not pay but wbei'ea raps, knowledge of fills use cf coal tar lIe 'was then only eighteen knows no boundaries.! nor bo held Lto be a determination
of broadcast, .n'l many do. A better
rcrr pis ere raised they will com opened tile way for other chemist to- ace. Subsequently lie isn't a It a of its right and power." ', '.
stand of plants can be ll secured by this govMumeut; ,Js
aume a large amount of material that bring their learning to benr, and In cd in the tnHiiufacturft of striving toward a sub As to doctrine, the court heldthat, ,, .
:
method and the stock does' not "
"would be of no value except for their tramp rapid succession the world was glen;, ors, and continued In -this The government be' ."whether the doctrtium of the Cumberland' ': :
the down may ,
forego nearly so much 1 ,
we. When the pork barrel I* full the I lOW artificial perfumes, flavors carbolic 1ST4. SJnt'G'tbpu Dr. Per a-'time In tile hands of un -Presbyterian church are wisely } . ; ;
my rape with a hand or grain
farmer I. nt least fortified for thewhiter
acid medicines and compounds cniplojed has been occupied In '
drill in rows twenty Inches apart. Sow : an oligarchy of special In variant from those of the P.ronby-
wish] ml'otIIIIJ In many casuwhere in" developing photographic and ,,'rltln/ Ills
about four pounds of seed acre. !: seek to exploit: the nation terlan church, Is an ecclesiastical l
no pIta ari kept there I* a waste per plates. Chemists are now sq well! acquainted merous, and lr;elude a circle for .eltl.nJs. The ordl which having
Cote should be exercised not to sow Uif question solely, upon
of material / 1)8
that utHlzcd with.
//could with the properties of coal subjects.
) kind ,
t rrrIJtl1t-oI'wrong' ecclesiastical ;
decided judicialy
seed too deep.-Indiana Farmer. by an
tae aid of at least one or twovouiianil tar that they can almost make a colorto Although ,an Engllslircnn 1"11"T.Ixinfb'htot;::
-lfl- >JItId---to--tA--
the ctV.ltl- court JXlhOI ) -
1 .thrifty, pls.pMral. order. In perfumes their best the value of coal I tar and : He thinks that the vjro\"-
.rtIUljo .... Frets G'r I..I.. : known product 1-s lononc, which is the ufacturer were the' lint to tlio conntry. Thank lienv qulro"Tho. i
', !
:': '1'. lii Hammer.Aly'nay decision adds: "No court has
I At a meeting horticulturists Pro': basis of ,Imitation violet; In medicinal country's large deposits of aro .enough reasoning pa* '

_ of keeping pork through the fcssor John.'Cr .ts:, of Cornell Unher- products acetanllld. sulpbonal phen- material to practical use, the machinations of the ever enjoined an ecclesiasticalUod)
amnmcr season. Boys Lout Campbell, and and from, considering what action It should
city, said: acetlne analgene ontlprylo; succeeded iu taking the gullibility of tbat kind
of Pennsvlllc, Ohio: I smoke Jt well lilt i I "l very modern system of cultivating the oil ot bitter" almonds and so echo from the Britons, anti is now or there Unto teen hereto t'-IM. 'flit Jpp !'C.t;<1 la'without. pre- ,

early In spring a* I can and usually fruits recognizes a* a I first principle rioo are perhaps the best known of the the I'IIw'moterlal' to keep her lie Auiericuii Idea. uiarclius UdOu .

market all side meat os early as possible. tbe right of the fruit tree to be considered artificial flavors..Before supplied and running. opinion was read In the :

After I bare It ulcely smoked 4 a specific and sufficient crop Terkln created bis sensation, taken the lead, 'because the '". hillS to do jlood'y! : deeds assembly Dr. StoiMo lutrol'lccl. a h

.take It from the smoke hou.e and hang under the coil or at least to be regarded chemists from the beginning of the mient has done everything ; \\aj- It line to kill n few resolution th.t in entering the union! \

a It on stoat' nail around the sides-of n as a crop quite as exhausting In nineteenth century and even before, encourage tile profession as In uidpv to bencllt mill the Cumberland P'cdlwlm'\lnt, do not 'j

x earner In my wheat granary. I gust character as any grown by the farmer. had been 'working for these results. Industry, and her chemists > chicken-lieurtei 'person SlrI"r a
bane It up, without anything over It, Unless the fruit grower realizes and Synthetic or constructive chemistry who lead then'orld. They wonlil not -all It 1 lie relit a statxjificnt! made
.
tt being careful to let one piece bang so pats Into practice the essential part of was their subject and the years they America produces few hundred: I"'o were \\iY the ollln Ciuuberlundtoovhkli prosby

as,not to touch another. I, keep the this principle he will!!) fall ns a cultivator put In on tedious research made them ties of coal tar. It is formed check the ons>\ i>f p of the sold that tiN (>xcut>tluu of

granary dark: so as to keep out all of fruits. Experiments In orchard- a secluded, reserved class of men who old-fashioned process! of ami savagery were por fatality safari not arect tbo Ctimbcr-

>Blc*, I have tried, this plan for ee11.1 "- tug conducted some years ago at tho today would be known as "grinds... gas and although this Its evil\ t\ll: because wi land doctrine Iho rueulutlou was

oral yearsand have never yet had Cornell Experiment Station proved conclusively Tbelr labors brought them little re out of date, It is still used to front IlIt'1'r''I'ell'' They to US.Dr .
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any trouble from flies or other causes. I that it cost the soil more to turns financially. The- gay outside coal tar now instead of tbe It 'Pio\ldcu.' Those lien- adol.Ll. \V 1-L ..Hlack, president of the

,r, I. produce 't\rcuty" average crops of ap- world regarded, them as hermits story Is told and vouched blame Coil for their sins of Missouri college, ciiuliiiian,
r' Iloti, Ivi Orchard pl;* than twenty average crops of looked patronizingly on, and-wondercd. eminent authority that They are not patriot of Vully
rued the fraternity and
l As scavenger or for consuming wb a t. lu other words, more fertility maybe at the sacrifice. highly this by-product 1* ; false even to liumanltj rl on

refuse that cannot be marketed hogs Will extracted from tbe bind In grow, But all this weary toll was not a seems that not many years I discriminate; 1-" and union, '1* udoptoil The antis ]

A are almost Indispensable in an orchard.( lag an acre of bearing: apples for twenty waste of time.; Years later profiting banks of tbe Schuylklll River. o came In fight of "Olil .tiled, ,a_protest.TRAOE0V -

? ,The"fattening hogs,on apples may years than in growing twenty con by the studies ot-tbe pioneers a man delphia, was a gas works. from the flagpole of the -

.be considered a successful method it secutive crops of wheat As a rule!, appeared who hit upon' a solution of In the days prior to Ferkln's The grouch doStid bin bat BROKE UP MEETING.Two ,

being'certain that this fruit possesses the farmer recognizes: the food needs the problem. Artificial color was the The gas men had no use for and rovereut 'oxpressloi

.'value for'that purpose that has been of th.wheQt"Plant; but too _often does result. The article' be made had been tar, and Its rapid his rugged; features. "Got Men Killed at Political' p.krna :I

overlooked,, and tjiede.lructlon of In. he look upon the apple or fruit tree asa known to exist In Indigo and its constituents became a nuisance and a !" bo said devoutly.! "I In C lpl.y.

1! sects by bogs in consuming the fallen mere tenant of the soil, and one \ _were known' but no one be- them. follow It wherever It led In I pistol duel at Chlpley -Ga .

1 apples has siren a' new value to which' l -not1 to be regarded as a upo- foie bad ever put them together in a The city would not permit you."-St. Louts Wednesday, Joo ILasty.. I farmer, wan '

orchards and will probably check elite crop. Having recognized! the principles laboratory. The beauty and tbe cheap- pang to run the- tar into the ,' Instantly killed and Iran the IIIJ'er.

their destruction, which in some: sea the particular method of orch ;peas of the color Perkln' made excited be gas men put down a OF WISDOM. was abut t death as he tan from tbeacena

y' Mona of the //country has already pro. arding much be worked out by the fruit great admiration, especially among ostensibly wqs to empty by uoveral persona who pursued

r' jOressed to a considerable extent The grower himself. This method will depend those\ engaged! in supplying tbe market un\1.rground'reaerToll'\ but' errors serve a*, warning .

ttsuOxiel should be allowed '1n the upon soil conditions and climate. with fabrics, and development was 11' discharged into the river excellence. blu The first shootlrs on the
:.Awclumt from ,the time the fruit be- rapid. the surface of the water. curro
Nevertheless, it is safe to say.that in
In which
coincide with Interest, outer edge of a grove. was
i.ciDIe> Tall until it Js Urn .to_gfftber eight case out of ten that method Other products followed in quick; succession too thick a substance to Is made .audience listening to a ran

'\;.. ,apple for the winter, and they 'wilt.fn which employs clean tillage for at least and the manufacturing world water. It congeals Just like ro'w easy. Hoke Smith and plUI

most cases, be found in .good condl- part of 'the season will be most successful. received an impetus such ,as It had candy when in making It is never to' tbe strong speech by leo

r. ftlon for hardening. with grain and It Is also safe to soy tbat never known.. Results of the chemist's Into a class to see If it has are given half show. ond kllllftd took place about three

''Slaughtering, and the meat will be all secondary crops In orchards Bra injurious. research work still continue, and each proper'consistency. That 1* analysis most human blocks a-vay. ;r

Mender and of an excellent flavor; ." year sees brilliant discoveries addedto the coal discharged from ,. slmlla and metaphor, I 'The .pealing vas abruptly tertal-

'':.WbmlU.JI necessary.to put,them Into .. ." ., I the records of science. Thpre la no lelphla gas works did. When : : want'to cast our, bread' Dated "- vr7

'+)t ,\+tlB-pea: ,. boiled apple"mxed.wlth', : reason now "why any organic body from the pipe of-the eras with a string tied tQ It., There bad been bad feeling between ,: .

,, '..anall ,quantity ,of ,corn, oat*.> pea or J-.rm and U.rd.. Nntr.*. t should,hot"be' synthetically' made If he river' It.sank Into a ; harmony tbat ..sweetly hasty'aud' Irvln over on alleged debt ,'

IK trackwbeat meal will'make-them' fat Much 'labor and expense' 'may bf cbt'mhtaan<< find what its composition river bottom'and.formed a .et'an poetry that.aptly. -0: IS eeats-whtch the former la sail :;

: f 'In'a Shbrt'rtime'end fill the farmer's saved by planning ahead. : and ,structure are. The 'only. reason deposit gradually, to have owed the Utter; The two .'

pork barrel with sound, sweet pork. of Only a fend varieties should be planted ; they s the first QW1JJt7.; - in tho commercial -orchard. do .not know how to build the fabric.They process of making gas came gate and is the and excl.arfgoa ho words. Soon they

i '.- .f1,, have each composite part!:, but and the old works on the who would the moral '
,Exercise has a decided value In low began ehoctlng at clb ober. thecrowd
IMF n.a.d n.r nr..d.: ering the cost of egg production they cannot put them together, and were abandoned ( falling away n an effort
i', rWhea'1tate: comes surety safety and I aa one chemist remarked to thewriter Several years after the speed to the devil's house t.a
Oangcf. ,
The In the the
more Utter manure. the lead by thousand tare
comfort "Building the structure doesn'tproperly despised coal tar became a
for both the ,hen sand her slower the process cf decomposition.Celerlao'is I Hasty soon feU mortally wounded,
belong to chemistry, anyway hnrp-witted chemist In .
keeper, the pen system of managing and expired
Irvin ran
.:: the hen and her brood is the best and a plant similar to celery, ," I the old gas works on the "shrivel tbe soul" but Immeiately.
and pursued by several '
i w la Ute Ions run It U much the cheapest but more easily grown and more. easily Synthetic qqlnlne is the aim of the discovered the drain pipe hard on the .upper,. was Is men

\Ye have written on this subject before cooked. large body o{ chemists engaged In .research : ng it up found that the whose Identity not yet knon. The
Too large quantities of fertillzeru work just at present. Others tar for years had been emptied ptr&uer opened up a regular fualla.de
_ but It Is so timely now and it 1* ., a woman's license Is
fir .stock a, good thing-such a' great help applied! at one 'time will kill tender lire'orklnil'to produce sugar and the river. It did not take. long ; when in' terror she of -_hot and before he had gone

to the management of the hen mothers plaDtL" men who find these 'formulae will a diver and set him to work AeschylOH. more 11&1 three blocks Irvin fell and "

make their fortunes. A way to pro- result that the rich deposit died, having been struck by a number .
find their\ lithe'ones daring the grow But few plants will thrive In a wet woman in a virtue most
duce.'TntbetiqulDloe-: has been found finally brought to tbe a of bullets In _all sixty-
rlag season, thAt.r. writing on it toll. A good drain Is sometimes better we do all we call to ..out '
once moreS than manure. \.j but It Is yet too expensive;for commercial utilized to a considerable -Llngree. : ave -.bo. were fired. It la said that

,The chief Idea 1 and purposes. Chemists have,Just be- The chemical Industry( Is on others beside Irvin fired at Hasty
Individuality
There are few times of the
comparative Isolation of each-ben and year gun to be appreciated: In this country r ,here In America end js coming is a man. who always while the dimculty In the grove was
when'a good pair of pruning ahvan .best, and when be Jret.lt
Forty-five years ago,|{when tho stager roplabounds. One thing in Two
ber progicwi. In
;r chickens and In this alone much can not be used to good advantage.Don't better s\cator lht
,
i the Industry was begun h|re in the United acted to k&ejvjt! down I I. the were sllibtlyvouuiVeU by bul-
attalneoVvfor' ''more we dlrldothe "
.
crowing stock ,the more of it we forget the stock water In the Staten Professor,Chandler, of Columbia lax on alcohol'wkcli.; | it 1* a great many times in 0"-; '" late sru ed ttiam. Irvin was

will raise. pasture. Stock must not be withoutgood University, then a boy,still at his will bo removed by tfi) .. "strength I. to sit IUI!," 28 y wlb ara of aDd, married

In, carrylngiont) this -plan,'observes water, not. .for*a day nor. half nJay. studies/ 'was given a 'Job by a friendIn grt'''. Alcohol Is a lll'eat'i : in Its time, but 110. is about 'six months al\'ago. Hasty\a! was :31joirs
] the' storehouses over"in Brooklyn. ID' the different processes of So is quiet study, so I It pu
BL'Geer.. a good, stout weather and of age, and unmarried.
varmint When a better price for better fruitIs The position was more to help the boy taro and research! work Is used I on God. If a bucket Is to
proof coop I* the fiat euen11a1
rt for the'chickens obtained the d111'ereDco'In price j>:ij'a through his scientific c urea. than anything quantities. Not in the n spout of water the belt .
must have ?8al. of Union
pro- i f 'IJt t'1et'1s:: 'to 'It'uii-: Cotton Mills.
tsctton at for handling. It pars to grow the best else. however. Here at $:00 n: keep "
4 night The next necessity isai.pen for that reason. "But what shall I 0'" Asked the irohlbltlve. until It is full. We Union cotton mills, at Union S. C..
made of
slats
or'wlre
.4 netting, In all student"DoT" Alcohol can be made / of grace, and need re- wej-o sold Wednesday tp the Union
nearly animals
+ -thls\\to enclose tile coop say a cases in low "
bont' ten-by twelve feet all ,around space flesh 'are more liable to-dlleo.e than his benefactor replied.. "Oh. n proof'gallon, yet the tax : need to be "filled untlo.f111 and'Butao Cotton Mills Company

0 'If and- the fencing should be six feet when in fine bodily condition, and it do anything, but keep ut of the. way I.. Sl.lO for every proof of God."-Theodore Guy -It was bid In by William Elliott':;' O

Wsh and then the flight feathers wf one costs more to keep them.. and don't ask questlonq.IIe !" : It spems-atrange. but it Is Columbia, for (1,239,400only ODe
who was some Jay to add his trueIn England: and In bid The mills will continue !in opera
wtnr.C tbe bra should be cut so that Thinning fruit' li proving such an R._srnlwt H'v. '
to'.cleuc took the pat I. not this handicap aD+! < .
r she can not fly out abouid she be of a sdvautag*.to the quality (that the plan. contributions ; captains ot: Salt Marsh UCQ'
friend blsf word and did difference In the !
at price existing
tUftbty turn.' ;. A gate at; the. front is, la gaining ground everywhere, Better ronlrlng : ) studying tile attrac
what be wanted to without golr.jrto of the foreigners one
of necessary. price for better fruit is the result. do : by the wind ;eager who GUAKC3 KILL
for permission. hold in r<< arch: :: work Is 1
a superior every day CONVICTS
t Within a small yard ot this kind one Borne fires have occurred bona care,' leen. Sentiment and forth la the town> hall
The experiments and formulae learned a
Lea and her brood sbould be the entertainment.
placed.
'f. lessness 'fn handUag'Incubators aca In class room and laboratory were put tlon on Intemperance has White Man and Negro Shot Down :In
but tbe right f-on the
fencing should ndt be so close, brooder iro post of.
that the little chicks"cannot'pass In Possibly' 'IIt'mlgbt encauthe into practical use 'and soon "the bar 11 'In InSuentlng/ the mall's in." iakl Captain ,Attempt t to Eaoapa.
Incubator U In cellar: !In light
and out, for It U not Intended to eon- framework covered ,, with asbestos out in the back room*" began sendingIn maintain its tax on / ,ailvecturou of *lie four .obl 13, McMillan, 25 years old. who
United States has been
recommendation to headquarters "
Ana them, but. their mother. This esu't seem to be any need
x ,
v ' n mass of economic detail tbat surpurlsed luctlon '0( alcohol a!.a. likely -we slitn't .tor forgery and sentenced two
s place .of refuge for -'em;,from,any stay t
''Barring'all tbe d1l1'orenclIII'that f
I beads. the enforcement of the law
maybe tbe-plder mlnu ." In.yrlaonuicnt '' '
danger, sad,-et: the, ....7,'$7''tree :er on the county
In individual' blrdirand'straln; It : That: was year ago. Today each the, Government a tot of all abut
..rang at the same time.' It Also mates agreed aa to tbe ad- rodl.wl t death near city
JIlt posatbl...to..reed-e n.hen and-her may b4 said that .Vr'yaudottes f re'noweonsldered'to fltrtnf" plant in the country baa a laboratory moonshiners In the mountains this plan; and the Dost Thurdiy morning while raa th Ling '

kA brood separatelywhich a most.de- be lII1.0Dar'th. vcry';twst : ,and hundreds of chemists are lllcit distillers In the them seated in the last dash for liberty. with a
tour
/, of .1J-purpo..t\\"I( They .are hardy I employed. They are being taken Jnto have been tbe transgressors.. M11
.
....bI.eoDdItIoDJ! }((.. It prevents mob- Int.re.t'I'lfte.. on their other convicts', }
from h
'Zing up and overcrowding. active, good, 4.1a7en.\apot1\ mothers had I factories generally and put at reae'art'h'wqrk'and Chemists acknowledge guards, who ., away ,the

,t"' ,Another.lhanchtn.Mhan.the; of good size. and good 'table quality analysis. In competition the taking down fell bars and 'preliminary exhibitions opened fire upon Ulen. I
o.ra killing Jesse
.re.me..' ,op, and we art busy, we need -'rh.'worJd""wou14'" do abad'job- of < house, that can produce the-cheapestand the',wholesale manufacture of the scattered audience stantly, and Thomas, a .i

,aot cfcase all over the place, dropping Betting qlong without .the grower of tbe best Is the successful one and of, alcoboL They, have wriggle the mind-reader Millan, mortally wounding Mc '
live-stock and that here economy counts-therefore the research last made It plain to Congress :.d! '
same world ought; tone
..., :: ft7thlJall:.I.e. t r & ,tiMlr chickens In out of the wet forth, to be willing-to remunerate. him for.hi* chemist F' sort!ior- alcohol :tbe7"wlab one person In this' audi ,,+ :

.two U atatloned where there is refuge labor and teaks. Indeed, iio'rlasa.'of, In Germany;where the profession! isfartliest theft: profession is as:" been thinking. ever since, BILL:FOR, yr
I I
all the: time' J and" the"' blcktna': people la i-iider: obligation to feed advanced manufacturing es rum alcohol.as whisky 1s here' of a person who\ 1. -tCOHOL '
rough and clothe another claia without'pay tablt.bmeufl'a.ually have a KI'Oup of .The-New'York section of strongest Influence In his Manure ,

.....:JJluu.IJ""t l 4. thecreep 1,;"....... k 10 (ttt1'1b:? !tQ1 1 tr. t1i1u'ti r tir.W '( 'rberoUt.> *. Maybe vtbey will work.toryear. \ '' of JChemtcal 'Industry,. which'', determined looking worn-. '.t> ported Adopted from I,the a.nat. *. .
without mnch ; "
aecooipUsklngiany-'re- lO tot advanc alC that and :
_?bet bone Lee value a'ration"jrTMWltry. snap :
i., In tact till* system mlnlmlsjea work. great aa
..."; wtviy. .* ..rpcetitag.of lo.Candtk 'I t .',b.*l...{or,.igproductionvn4 -. sult G l sturtlurfLpay, 1ong: ,p njUnne,.;Then."tonifcdarf the profession In America U the 'four old captains .The,senate Thursday pu.e the so-

'", reaUr *o.ke. the ralalq of chirkens .for growth in chicks' Is not a mat- the -uohgtR process-4 or : of'tntIQ..ho.re, now workinc by a single spring and called free,alcohol bill Uit \Tu., <
: solution is obtained.,and thousand of I l"rkln'memorial la .the', ported from th ecnuaUte4Jcn .s.
ball.
; a
When
; thereacbed
.
; '
.... bias *: ........ as;well a* profits her'of dispute, The fact U general/! JDfce.f,i .f
.-.. r'- '-' recognised! tbat, la DO'otli..... Vaj"cau'ifZZ 'dolls?.@} .!! 1a,, nc. JIJ17 cAplarthlp to eneourat6 the steps Captain-Gregg' The bill has already t
the Germans and tbe .CngllshexoftMaa: liKreb..;:.. 3. b. In New P1.e te u.
',t it *, be produced mono readily ,or ) ; :Torlk other a&4 spoke. In a and amendments : h\"'
<
Y* pLapeewr "? 'I growth aide in'young, stock more in chemical industry.. They.recognls has adopted So sot materially I 14i., ,
: ,
been well'attested,that, rap. ,quickly ,than by the, liberal --use;: v'fcn the chemist's Yworth.and have forged' Indiana paid $TZ,178Zf01n of us do yon suppose 'h? Its soopa.. I dose net ;go Into ..defiuntil' ,'
; { In'tbe'ration., ahead l1rh1a l Ingenuity. :factorS** In 19QS : !' .' Comus on.' .
..aaleke.t #110 oa. el t+w belt. 1.J..1O. s f'J
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t>w_ ''IFE 'PULP1r: Christ t1 a-' "ifj'ir1V rrdwli' ii t 1" ,..main--_. Ce::, .-< J ::tJ.: s*Ja.**:See WiMAW* ORDEAL.
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that eraito so-iuany. JT.CU of good " FI'JJI.ItZ. 4 t>y Dr. ; ,
".: ". y r- ::1 I AI drutlttU'Tharaetc.rvi': fcoSJ wUlJAndl erbapavj '....ld 5.u _. 51. A's, *.11.-., iris bottle . -... t' - ; ,
b ; who'"re unotf c---, Whlda.. s.e.... 1>..H.B/Kxms,Ld..,, DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS t'I

p JAN fL"+ JENT)' hQ'Y' S;"\fO'{ B'1 tad >,!' key ott/; site churches, load The common house fly (:Muses Doatstlrat .'h.. tkstm.mory fa' -

Ip.: ;? THE REV. P. H./ OYERTOM who although they believe In Christ Is a creature at sucli ecrtlv ...B>b>t. what .t.. lorr.t.Mrs. .Writ*tolfra.HnklMilanm, ,
I' t e Imve never confessed. Him |In that 'way habits., that 'although from ,Ihs very -, aDd a.o.... Vain bti Ad..
Winslow'.8oothlou : ... . **! Oonfldsatua a4There 7r..
at 1oN.t. ?
earliest times h. Has been with u..and, teethinQ.oft.na tb.(' i '. .'
,....J..t i ConUttlng cairl '. Again. wo find the answer, In the text. tbe must ancient writers bar ,men then rJ1a,.p.tnour.s ean be no more tembl'-or ea1
\>v.frtU less even ot-(A.0 rulers many;
-- G tioned sod described bin, still very U I a>d.Uo te, sensitive, reflsrad womsj
' ; nollci-cd-tin ', 11 mi but 1M"-"IIINt of the -we wen ail. as free )
1 1 rbaftseethcx .lld not confess !t. lest: little was known of his origin ,and .,advice, the world I, to. tw obliged V answer Certain
-
ISrnoklyn, X. .-Snn In. morning J they should, be put out of the synagogue history. 8TOM BELCHINQ .. In regard to her private lUs,
,
I asked
the Key. Unulel II. Overtoil, Pastor olllle : : for fiey loved tbe glory of men It remained for the eminent Boston -NO OftUO-A\ : who thaw questions. ara
I U ,.b" Avenue rreMbgrterlauj wore than the glory of (;001." biologist Dr. A. S. Packard. Ill 1S7S. her family physician, and may

Church.* preaciiefr\ oa "CoufesKlnu, Tl 4 flrst\reuson is, false fears. These to make known his origin, habits ..ndtran.formattous A. ... eI 'War.... ,..
K. Christ.The text was from John sll. timid believers did not confess: Christ from the ....._tl_. ..._. A

r '. 42-43: : "Nevertheless1 of the ruler fur, fear of being: put our of tbe synagogue. the larva elr'brouaII/ regale M m**. t
state with Its two
I. chances .
many believed on Him; but because at .. The 1'harlsees bad Issued de skeet arwtk, A
+ to the pupa state, then to the perfect _u.. a_ .
the lamriseua they tll'l"ot coufras It. cio that; If any member{ of their synagdgnes.slMiild ..
': .; ,, 'lest they should lie, put out ut the so nmch-"",confess that: ty. Bitter Tsst.-Uad $ I
ftyuaffcguet for they loved thtl' glnry his'tnew Jesus lie would be .excowinu-; '|CearUie first of ,August th.-/..nal* p tt_A tceuaf o<_"' /
.. .
r' a.be tom ok
if' r .of men .more than .the glor3" sit. Cod.; IIII'll ted front tlm synagogue Toeywere'nrralil lays about 12O egin''ota> dull gray put umcs o Dauea sad- rou .'
'I 1. ,Mr. Orertou snld: ' of this threat or decree color, selecting. fresh horse tnuunr*.In sick hraoacbe: :

We have tneuttoiied here= In tbe text' Hiid,, so they did not confess ..Cbrlst.They wblcli to deposit her t'1t/J.1I.nl1. 10'**-. Wast mues itt Any Oily( \$14:00 ,

+ two of"the greatest prh'lIejl'C-.anti duties did 'nut have faith) enough. to fret*, tbem' -that they are r/rely seen; fixl-cuiv-csunj aDd ,
A '' of our liven, immelj. that of lwtiering iiinkw them bold and earless t>r to lend l" twenty-four'hours: pint*-Mcattr sna depr
It takes
only tor'bl'ZD .
In Christ and tbat of-coufesep .. them to do duly whatever .might lort-mtatsl 'Wonaad ,
;,' their to'batch Into the lI"tforD' of |M" .1r-meubclftl.I lood re this Oak .....1. ,...... Hata' MlrraV.Tile .
Ing Christ. :.r-ohn.' In telllntf the be the coimc'jueuces. They took connel I
storjr
\ .
klMcpcs ot t'''b-1l\\>> Harp and Peeing w-lnak Oratt a ; !
of Christ's vork'J.'' couiphilnlnx that of their fears, and so they failed in larva, u :white worm aone-jnnrer .of If you suffer from- Saasner ....... lad _reratalagnaskon:. f?
there were so many ,who though they dnty. It meant much to them to an Inch-In length and ouMenth lit dl- m..ersb.a ..i tucvv &*, I tag 100 dttgns fro_its 10 fUICI.,
MW the\ wonderful! \ works Christ did lose their! place In the synagogue. They' tcnptrr. TJiey feed-on the decaying Kl* now of Jdutl's '"

hltf rlt.thelU. lid not believe on Him know-Hint.-.Jt. really meant wore to matter of their 'environment, sad two ..::r free. fo drugs.' rA'GliIlcdten J.. E. Hunnlcuii & Cu.,. l. .

'', :'r'i He explains Ibis by saying that this them to confess. Christ even if they did cbsngvs.orcasting, of skins occur be- .tonne It tops*. -belcblnf. sad ATLANTA. QA.MALSBY 't

.w linn ever been the, experience* ot.th" lost their place lu the synagogue.: They [ore del tern Into. 'tbe pupa state': this stomach of absorbing tb tl... to suffer rather t.haD.1'.
II, prophet I"Inh, '0119 of the, greatest did not know that. They did not knowthat ?vintage' comes rpry-suddeuly,. The entire undiststed food and by: examination which so many pb,..- I
,
prophet* "bf.-llie Old 'Testament.: herd l as we'know It to-day. We blame to the 4ioiof ol the : la order to Intelligently & ca.4ISontbFor.jtbSUAtlHta.6i ,
from the
propose .
thin name complaintVlio. ; bath lieII Ibeiu. but In blaming: them wii condemn period egg' tq thy pops to tboroucbly mix the .., the dUeaaai sad this U the ..... .
",*ved our report And to whom luitti our lvt'*.-nml the people of this day chute l vfrom three to four dsrs. If juices, which promotes fail to: '
"i I the arm of the lord been reveiiled: who do not Confess Christ. moist food Is wanting. .when I this .the.1.G'l'..'. . -oiler' .why female so disease mspr physicians r :

j He complained of blinded eye*, '(ind There are very many today Who be- condition they will pat each other and This I eels the reason why". thousands
of hardened hearts and 'of stubborn here lu Christ with more or less faith thus -t: cr'at.tbelr number Heat and thousands of women &N'fIOI'Ne!
'i I will*. It these things' were true of Mho do> uot make any public confession humidity greatly assist' their' development ' CM GOOD Ing with Mra Plnkhsmdan .-

the prophets tbe, past; It this \1'UII or profession of their faith. What binders as upon careful computation, .... of Lydia II:. Plnkham, at Lynn, I.; )
the experience of tbem All. then It them Many things, no. doubt; each pound ot. manure around stable Seal this coopoa ... To her. they can eonflde every a :
Wits not that it, should hChrllt'a but those things'\ this sod a strange : among many nnd'oatbousra develops under favorable .: nd lUe. of their illness, and from her
experience. .salali.saw Unit -a false fear tbe tenr'of( glring'up conditions over oue thousand flies 'WIll" supply ta.stsjiips:you ..... : .., knowledge obtained from :years
till*, must ever be the experience of or losing some coveted position or ban barer used 'experience In treating female ills, '
,
I
-iini'; 6'he-hrotthertbatwegl.FeOmo- l pleniur: Let me illustrate what- 1 It la BO wonder that where thesecondltlons \\a'.n.'sod will also Plnkham ean advise sick women ,

tills\ earth ,even of that greatest mean. There was a family at one time exist we-Hinvs such a veritable UScat good for 2Ac- ; wisely than the focal phvslolan. 1"-.... sad .e u U naary
prophet wbonnhe' expected the aios-' attending this church quite regularly harvest of tbe fly pest eo... of m:>ie tftlrbV' how Mrs.Piakham\ helped Mrs.T. '

.flah the 'Christ and1 so JIB praUeted I asked them several times If tlle7"OttttHIOt In the P plt"'state when the' tip 'Is tend bl cure-by them mvalnabls1. L aDDII1If.J., 8b writes Engines, Boilers,
this expcMe'uco for' Him. The greater \\ like to make a public profession about to'emerge, the end of the pupa ItbLL's; Ultra: '! .: WIl.la4a1. >& : t .. t

Ills ffloryan the moro marvelous Ills of their faith And Join our church. case upllta off, mtklng hole .through A,... Rock 4 I can truly say that you hav* saved nv :Saw MillsAND
work the be the objected, nndo'p me I aDd I eaunni my gratitude ta
greaterwould opposition They always erpnaa
o Him. Kucli:! experience would some weak excuse, but 'finally .they which the fly pushes a portion of Its (1 taL 1.1t.t4dre.and ;; .. Before I wrote to you telling you ALL KINDS'' OF MACHINERY
not acnlust' tbe:)1 ..llIblblp of the real I reason.( They said: head; but here It seems to encounter a- I I felt, bud doctored for over two year* .' ,
argue cave mo \ and spent iota of money ia'I modldnes C.\II" KMIJtltXDIATX c.-w...Nook Jbr ll .
tbe it too stiff and
+ the_ CJirlst. but In favor of it. "You know like to play cards sometimes dltllculty; pupa case "
: we All dniKvists.. 60o. -,but ft all failed to do me any good. I : ZLln..17 .,. 'y
/r That this was the experience of tbe .. and we go to the theatre once hard to pass through but nature comesto upon recupt of price..per : female trouble and would daily....faint Best ......... ,Lov/esl r>lee aMI...Term ,
:. Clirlst the verses preceding, the text: lu a while, and wo don't think that a |Its assistance, and a sort of bladder spells beck......, bearlnc-down pains,and ,
,t nrd many others that we' might: gleeAecInre. church member ought to do titpsohinge like'substance forms behind the head monthly periods were vary Irregular and Writ IM fer ca loJtu..prlcu..

Often lie complained of the ( no 'we don't join the -church." which swells out apparently filled with An American CMO cI. I ttaryou for your ad- elf:., bsfor- buying

., "10"111'11I'of men's faith and tbe dull- Thus, for the fear of losing these air; It acts as a means of pushing away play cut of The : t what and received to do. and a lo also commenced instructIons to take '
,ned ofMnen's, minds and the stubborn-. things, they never made'n public cote' CDOUCLAS3.BO&3 -
tbe 'pupa case and releases the fly.Wheu .& E.!: Plnkbam1- ntabla Compound, W .
,n" C>!I. of men's will.Ve read that "He feHslon of their faith by uniting with the first It' BABY'S I have been restored to perfect health. '
fly ruusnrouud
r.inrvelcil at their unbelief" Ho had the church. They were wrong, ouch 1 emerge It not been for JI would have teen
many t lnjt' that He wanted to say to told them so. 'They were wrong lu the with Its wings soft small and my grave today SHOES
them but their minds were so dull that first. place. In concluding that n church bIlJfnIt; is pale anti the colors are ;Thin Skim Formed O*.r Mountains of proof' establish the tact W. L. Douglas. ....00 OIU Edc. LIne,

", they could! not understand Him.- He member'might never play cards, or go not set; Its head rapidly expands and I*W. Watery Blood no medicine in cannot too oquallad at any prfoa..a.JIOII1i.4 .
Vegetable
wept over the Holy City most of nil to the theatre without Injury to his the bladder formation passe away SV.ek by Cntleura E. Pinkham'a '

IHVIUIKO of the stubhorncss of tbe will soul or to the church; and then they within a few hours the wings grow and "\Vh u my litt'f n4 .for restoring .....om..''* Lealth.G .. ., ....u iiI ;

of Its perishing pi-ope.! I were utterly wrong: In the second place.In harden It Is now a perfect fly. week old sn* each a I .
Vet this was Christ's concluded that these thing skin formed over her I ell wer
even though that they' The whole. time from tbe depositingof
experience as it huts been the experience were wrong for tbe believer in the was watery blood anI
the egg to the perfect: fly is uot over washed it wou'.J burst 2d (1.nd 1ie
'. of every prophet Ill word and church and especially the third ,
'. His work did not return unto Him place, in believing. that these things.. tcii days In duration. Many. persons in. that condition frr f a, (
empty. Seine believed And followed even It they were wrong/ and bad to who observe small files tn midsummer everything 1 could DANK DEPOSIT.IhRFanhldNotesTtikss.

and confessed. Many others believed.as be given up, were of more Importance suppose they' are the young but suchIs did her soy good. '.- ,0'00 1

we read in the text but did not confess than joining the church and so chose not the case they are flies that lire months old 1 took her ..- 800 FRES COURSES 1

tbelr belief.. They were timid. these rather than the fulfilllutf of their 'Imperfectly nourished In tbe larvae sea a doctor, bu the oerdatCoM.WrheQuick. .

hesitating, half hearted Christians It faIth by n public confession.I and pupae states, aud do not attain to see '% _s .:tot.. borne, ALAuraausrcucoLLEsa.s .a.Oa _

'y. is of such that I would speak! tills believe there are many like them full size In fact they are the dwarfsof me a sake of Cuticura :: ", :
'm Sunday: morning. And lending; up jto wile put some little thing, or false fear their race. Tbe male. fly- differs box of Cuticura eakeww Thompson's Eye Water rw +
this I would speak orstof.bellcvlng on in tho way of doing their full-duty toward to use them, which I d'uQl1y.'A .
vet
J Christ. !their, Uod. And thus they stultify (rom the femalevin tbe front of the hem t ties times, and HICKS'

This, of course. .Is fundamental and their souls and prove false to theIr head between the eyes being tit least fade, and in (D* week *' t

fill-Important. "Without faith. it is' im faith. Vliere are many '10 say to me: one-third narrower.thougn la sire: the wail and it has ",,: CAPUDINE

r possible. plcnse Him. Without faith "I would like to be a Christian and join potato le rather smaller. t .tfainc every: mother 1..DlA1'&L1'Cbltaa .
i It Is I impossible for Christ to bo anything the ('burch1t there are so many In. the pupa: state they are often fed (,:lItlCIlt'a Kemedies HEADACHES.a..i.COLD.s. $ aSigaw'N4'l

1 to us. or to do anything for UK. things that 'I would have to give up upon by the larvae of some of the Aaroo, Jleuton, Texas, : I 1.CAPrtA& .'-",

..i It IT faith thnt links our live to lilt- that now I like to do." They are beetles! notably that- of the carpet .
that brings Him near and makes Him wrong. n becoming u ChrlfcUan we EsoUsm is merely Mavoia-HoviMf' ,; wt DOUO '
beetle whose tbe dreaded buffalo
.
real. to u.V 'l1Jl1"t believe In Him need to give. up only what 1 If wrong, pupa ty of pleasing tdd.... Ma' 5..- m'.. &if1. IIJJ .'
or we cannot reap tbe benefit of His and every trui person ought to be willIng "moth. will ,attack the young '
Pw
.
great and glorious work for us. Everywhere to do,that, anyway.. And then the fly In the pupa case and eatlus; it possess 1.. *. tSJ X.XJ. : The thumbprint method ot.person .$10,000''u"w.. u"eWaa.at--

in Christ's message'and In all: things that we lose are as nothing compared tbe case for Itself Buy L. A H. Faint 'identification has again triumphed. nie uldtak.ysat.toeytkreWp I.tIII6 lacterlee.t ,
Wears 10 ,
the :New! Testament faith is made: a toHue things" that we"gain. Whenwe Adult flies, like most other creature; Zinc harden to 15 L years* M. : is an ancient and primitive device. Brectttea Masa., and chaw yoei true Ms'*.

condition of tile blessed life. This i* can say. with Paul Tor me to live "huve parasites of minute site that prey makes U & 11. Paint It seems to hold its own In effi earewnkwkkb.w.r weaku..ii )_palest.... .. yN

""\\I,true lot all life' relationship and It I* is Christ." then we will count all other upon); them; these can often be seen as 4 gallons of L. ft JI. with all the elaborate rules seat w yy
*
r ,ullrel1lt'l'1trlft of our relationship' t kiHod. coveted hinge[ a* refuse- order.1uat presentingamalL red specks over the oil will paint a moderate ew.r..ows.fi ,- I _r.;
.. There C.S.Aandtew..F ... .labor1 of the Bertlllon system. 'alwmat
Is Ilttlo' thAt Henna we may bars :more of ?: i=
h;'f,, for tm unless by faith we open our even death vlll bo again to us. for it body of tbe fly., writes: JT.inid.T course,, says the New York Trib
heart and live to hint: Faith is the will give us more,.of Christ.' "Godli Another enemy In the form of a fungus with 1.. ft M. took* .. a criminal could conceal his .

channel that lets the life of God Into ness is profitable both for the life that often attacks they lathe early PAINT YOUR )' by *chopping off his thumb, I.i Tat.: :; sblw L ll'r.aw:

the soul of mil U. now I.. and for the life that\ is to autumn This makes Its appearance {I per cent. most-men would hesltste long be- wltaoml his. Mine 'awl prtoe__..*em I......
, Hut this is what I wish' to emphasize: come." ns a white swelling an* the white, resident bere we have : resorting to so serious a muti fat. OafeF t ._/ rasa mill see arw MaaAU.

Our faith must be strong t'uouIto/ \ :' Away, then, :with nil false fear and spores. of the disease coo be seen penetrating of tail I L. ft M.. to : .. Deddeathe absence of that Write-=... for W.11 T....._Douai.Aa.Bw*..- -""' -..... .s. a..aa

lead' to something. It must lead to confession 'I sills excuses, and let all who believe in tbe body; of the fly, which It Apply price to LONGMAN : member would. Itself be ,a
to service. to sacrifice. "Faith Christ confess Christ This Is Hit own. finally distend and ruptures. Paint 1 You CANNC'URE'
fill work is dead." The faith that set know. "Kor whosoever circumstance 5
. desire for'U', as we The fly LIbernates In winter, but with .1
ns tD no task, and that I leads to no hall confess Me before men bis French farmers are ... minutes by W tford'a
usual' secretive habit,it 1* very difficult I '
.: Chanced and better life I I" a false and him will I confess before My Father In for 100 liters (about : Lotion never f.ila.old by I>ra..
useless faith. I soy'that because I believe hen,...n." to and him In his winter qnarters. -. I .. Mail orders promptly tilled. by Dr.
,, that so much of the faith In lint not only do false fears keep people With the first chill of autumn lons), of common red Detchon, ......... . ., led. $1.

Christ is of this kind. It Is a vague, from the duty and tbe privilege Of the file, feeling tbe 'cold, seek temporary .tea new m. -
visionary general half hearted spasmodic confessing their faith In Christ: there warmth in houses, and clustering Tbe readers of this beat way'to be bap y is to pretend .all Inflamed,ulcerated andfcatarrhal coindidonsofthemucousmembraneauchso
are.
faith that lends to nothing permanent Is another reason given in the test. It together form bunches In the corners learn tbat there ls at least yon -
and takes us nowhere worth is false loves. "For they loved' the of walls and other places. They .5.e that solenoe baa '' "Bad ....IAtarrb.ut.rlaeAtanta castsatl
., white It Is faith that well l0.tates.and tbat.ls A Hindu proverb says: sons aor*>'
a was of
than the
rep'b of more glory
glory
then Inflamed
mouth
\ reseated in Unit crowd that followed" God" They wished to be thought wen are then sluggish and not so active as Oure .Is the only: posttiva born, a -motber"Dev.r.. We or. his by p\ e u
< la the warm weather. however the medloal trafrerblty. the 'Of '
progressed beyond stag dosing the stomach.
.Christ or that threw fcinnenl. or
of by these Pharisees of tbe synagogueand / in&oors. ,.stitntlonal dlaeaM.
1.. do not make a permanent stay In that Bvfyott surely can cur these stubbornafiectioca
palms In Ills way" on that. first Palm to. receive their praise. Tbelr ; treatment. Ball's Catarrh or feeling represented ,
ev- Bundiiy long ago praise wns lIom..ttllolll'.ol and present but on the first: mild, sunny; day seek Dally.aotloK directly: '. Wo now .believe I declares by local treatment with 1|. t

) It I 111I believed by ninny that their: end tangible. The praise of God for I the windows to get out and and their eons surlaoa of the.,.t. : New, York Times, or affect to be Paxtlne Toilet

rrero many in the' multitude who did: duty well dung: that was far oil end permanent' winter hiding place; many tba lug the foundation of the that, no bad sons are,' "born" Antiseptc
Him honor that day. but who lioforetb "' believed in this homes the patient strength by: which the ddl. ;
..mt't"t'toln."J'It. ) : lowlyKazanlie. prefer to make their tn roots stltntlon and assisting ; that there, are not even any ,bad detro. gertna eb z
1 ,,j week ended were I'r.ln1.ltb/ another They thought lie was the of grass' on lawns where they; hid work. TIle proprietors b. children,, but that all badness pain, a.heals t .
1W crowd: "Away with Him! Cru- ;Messiah and It lie was the Messlsb. themselves so effectually that tbe lee Its euratlve powers tbat laammatlof and .'
t. city Him! Crucify Him!" Their f.iltli It' would certainly bo to the'glory of died Doha for say I developed In the adolescent period the most successful1
t. : was futile because it led to no confession Cod If they would confese'their' faith .and snow of winter does not destroy; Bead for list ot I the suggestion and example of the i local treatment for fetnlslno ilia ever

; ;:' :nor l'Olltlel'l'Q tlou.t' In Illin.- It would help) on God's kingdom them In their. hlberuting.tate.. If In .bmgg1ati= .n I environmentIN produced Thousand of women '
1 tty
There Is much ffllfj: In Christ thnt Is In the world. .But if they should ,tbe first warm day of spring when the Tat.Bold by '110. to this fact. 50 cents at ..
like that to-day. It i Is spasmodic. hysterical declare their faith hI Christ the Pharisees snow Is gone and the pass on the Hall's Homily: : Send c

, i'' ephemeral. It lead peopl- would be displeased and no longer lawns becomes dry and warm. tong be CONSTANT AGONY. ,*: fo F T

church at Easter time or lit Christmas pralso and./glorify them.. And so they fore the yellow dandellob,: bow* .Its _"", Cans .With a. West Vlrflelaa's Awfol Dlatnas' TBS .' M.

: who rarely if ever ore seen there at any cboosutho.glorp.aud praise of the I'hA'"- Tiead. a-cloie observer may see numbers The workmen now Thraagh Xldaey Tro....... .
. ;'- other-time'tb'wl'i'n1l"'tpurinny' : 1 1 Ixros. rather than the glory loll 'praUe of files crawling up on the grassto Jng away the old MA'
be" ll.at. suchinve conic to ,,"ur..l li, of Ood. ins found a walking .L Jackson/merchant., of Parker .:
welcome theirwings
the snnshloe. ERD
\ IlIorlt to show their! new found faith luChrist. i Then* are very man,."ttH1111 who get oat stiff and useless one of the pews rc, .W. Va.. say: "Driving about in .
'II. ,. but vwo will not bring that nocnsntioa mAke that m'.stnkc.: They love thb standing ; bad weather 'brought
against tliein. We will (dvel! !praise of moss of their comrades mono bat they soon acquire the power of '' erable service but Is kidney trouble' on matter hoW

;' them! credit for a little faith even It i it than the praise /if God and so they Ian flight Ib the warm I'llot tbe sun. A' preservation. me, and I suffered ," ; hoWttteweilhec "

.7oe. not Inst-exccpt: : but for-oue.or two lu doing: their Tull duty to Uod. They great many days, however elapse before The stick Is \ twenty' 'years with .
3.; ii; day -of the year. are afraid 'of what some of thqlr they appear in the homes of men ing leaves, trees, I 0 sbsrp '
cramping pane| b"
Then tliero 1* a great dent of this ous
'lJ.., rrlen.dS.1\'m'lInT if they come out where they; are such unwelcome visitor quadrupeds > without '
10 the back and Oslo.
kind of faith out In the world that never bold confession et their emblem
!t. make a ill *. Masonic TOWER'SWTERFROOF'
'1 disorders.
t get Into the churches even for once In Christ. I believe this love of In recent the medical" profession also contains the wry I often -
,
or twice a year. It i II a negative passive praise ot men..nud coupled with It years while .tion: ./) had to'get op a downtimes { ,
t have demonstrated that the
"! faith. It hrtr -nolhluj ognltist: fear of what others will any Is keep "Thomas Jefferson < at night to ornate i OILED SUIT
I'' Cbrlst, but It leads. to nothing for 1111,1.S many Mona their well-known duty m fly itself doe not propagate disease It 1* I Betentlon set e 'l SLICKER, '
1743 _
S .. w' .There are lots of people who will tIll) ward God.) 0 b. let neither false 'e Is one of the most Industrious carriers ; was In,.snd I.was obliged' ,' ,
, .')"ou. if you eked tbem. that they bo- nor false Jove' keep any one back fr of disease germs which br contact adhere to 1809} wrote. I to' use the catheter /

t.. ]lleve lu ChrIst. and ret they are doing: duty, his full duty, toward God to bla feet hairy I kegs and bo017.4lstrlb'aUnlr pendence; 'founder .. I took to my; bed and I AION O t
' nothing' for His cause or kingdom. ill "Jefferson's dying
I't, Ills church.Th; -_____ them; to Innocent vlctlms.- doctors falling to help., using ''
'' began m1
They never have confessed Him pub my: spirit to God I
air my
;
know
could
,4'
If '
house-keeper
. 'It r licly. They never have enlisted in ills SnroFovadallun.. every countfy :"' '*'JiI4ae,-,.- "' ,;,:"The urln soon .'. -
.
, L, service Some are all their days laying; 11 e these Interesting tarp which have "Died'',July 4 1828.' freely again* and (he pain. grad -.:' car
Now, faith of this kind Is good as fur foundation! pad are never able to build never before been brought to their ate .cut Detr.J.rrertlOn', I disappeared. I have been cured

ns It coes bu. It doesn't gr far enough.,: upon it to any comfort to themselves tuition. they would 'eallxe the Importance yean, and though over TO am a* FLY KILLERSTSr.3si T?
County.Messenger.TaetMa ,
ri It U better than unbelief and. opposition. or usefulness to others; and the re of .ecuring-the very. best fly ; as a boy.; THE a.1..wry.- =i-'BLSt; w
I suppose but It is ..!ometlui son 1.. because they will be mixing exterminator. ,. .1 = ,
all festers.
by BO cent box. "
a ; ; .
Larder .3 deal with, -nd to set any. with the foundation, stones that aito Cklklrm ;, . ".j, __", '
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': thing tout of. than are tl.lue. I have only for the following building. The Phonld take Dr. Bljrgers : Co., Buffalo N. T. "I "" .'--7" -- .

,thought'' Our faith if It is rertl. and will be bringing their obedience dn\ In the sixty-three penltenUarte of dial. It on res all & Chicago can '..Ban Francisco, ; ": _' .' II';. ,
:. If it amounts to anything, must lend its Uea. '-morliheatlon of ._11.. and the likes 'U.I" then are 9.942 convict who are ease,inanrhoea,eta At : _'W7 ,. ;, I :a. = '
iie Star;
, I',. to confession. and to ccnsecratlouv to unto the foundation. These. are pre-\ kept ,busy.at. various. Industries.k ._rus.ixports 4OX- Washington! that a "-,: ; ','. " :
build ++ greatest prosperity; ofteqeoaiel; " ., i.
but .
p'': service and to sacrifice dons stones to with unmeetto (At2Z-00)-) .. .
t *!" Vii.a"' \ .
a devastating, ,
'It l. of the great duty and privilege be first laid to beat upon them the -..
of confessing Christ that I would Apes* whole :weight of the building", The

"f" tM'tyeclally" tlWs tuorolug:' .Wuse. Iu the I I foundation is to -be laid in grace, mercy . I-
tilt that there ,were many,10 Christ' pardon in the blood of.Christ.. But II"
tune who believed' on Him, pat who. if the foundation b. of.crnu,'U 1s'' not
not-confess their belief nor show tbelrnllfZlarice. I at all of works: otherwise grace is no .j

I .-, There are verymany; such lt anything oPt.our own 1
\\I' t tA-day.< believe and H Is to those need be snised''I'it' grace In(this,,matter. It _
of those that would ..l'8ak.'Why is it I utterlydestroyd Its bAtete'ot grace

that Ih-re a...' !so merry; timid CliriUaas. *-,, which it.lt be not aloe e;Is not at all .
ax>aiisai of Iii ugly grIuIy. growhairs.. u.. CRtLlNAIR Sf,00 .
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,M,:fwwat :.i !.>i .. tJ4lFsif I /ftonr. ,And as'for money only' 15.00 . N'OTYCE.' : ; '
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: will oar for a little child for a whole Fla] :
KdKof Valley G**."A:-, month .od'..bere are 200 little. childrento .. ..,..__,.o...... ANNEX SALOON Orlando ,: ; '

"' 'I w.*'-.er/0><>eb pleased to ewe 1ft.a..weH be oared for hereProvisions can Notice..terebr...... ...t t"foI owtn."bed land' win he_lei M public ...;.....M U.. e.l ,
day of "vi,.. A. D. 160&.1. pant d tic.Ceart 11ee.s door at x4..iamw. City In th..en 01 0. ."'
: Uu* of;>your paper that be sent to Thorn well Orphanage..Clinton \ 0.01.and 8tat.d F1urIda, r.nch tb.r.nf u mar he waoorY tope,'the amount d_ afar.taxamha.tn..t _- L 1- t _--.yeJy7qVi>Vr"V'jr r*.. d
Bard.... and Grocery stores'and. the S. C., and. money .to Itev. Wm.- oppodte. to Ut.r..w t..t .r with eat d such ...and dvrtl.lnyONNER. :; +.
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.Mt-iaarket their *A J (
.Intended giving %

lerk four\evenliur\ ; ID the! ,week, I PJagobs; at the same. plane.:... To Friends and l' .

through ....ebot. trying...mm.rmolltha Cheap Excursion Rates 'Via A. ..C L 'IL'J bEBCRiPT10N OF LAND : hi J J liIllliI My _

'I,. ,X lira. greatly upprled however. to TO VTUEN3' OA. -Bate'.of one fare .-:

learn that Lb.in Dry-goods thl store were mod plus 25 cent Tickets on sale June D.JI.. t.n" ...) ,ot...t4 ..,.. .. ........ .. ._.......... 11IIe_ Uef 40 tlft, t/, '; : 'the Public Generally
Included movement .
not 23d, 21th 25th. 20th, 30th! July ZeI, 9th LH Lan.... ... ...... .4dMt4. .:. .. .... .. ...... ", .. .11 IHe ... 10 I.C8'Starllnl' .
upon Inquiry found that two of the ....".... WI.bfsw' .. ......:. .... ... .. 7 1a. ... 80 .Ie: ' '
iY ; and 16tb with final limit 16 day* from Wi111.nSTheeus.. ... ..I\401 ... ...._.........,:. :.. ... l' 31. Ue'.o 110RJI''obna
"Dry-rood; Merchants refuted to sign date, of ...1.. Extension of ...... .:. sw14.f. ..,..................1.i ....... II 50. 3e. 4o 514
the petition because It, bad not 'ILluittoo Lillie ... .. ... uw"d.w ...._v ....................... I' 30. 88. 40 111I1A1I. t
) gone Sept. 30th, may be had .. _. .. .... nwt. 01.. fr t.xee dMr.Anns 1904......,._... I' son I3e b 1 It :
/,. into fdCOt May lstr' Theee two. Mer- ASlllVlLLE! N. O.".-R.... of'' one _,. . .. ee' 01 D.14; .... ... ,.,.. .n) woe I3e 4o 1.1 J hare piircliaed Metcalfs Annex Saloon Orlando;
"_ "bhna.. swM a n.14." ...... .. ... .... ..... 11 lIT :
absents fefuctng to sign means that the fare plus 25 cent* for the round trip. A 8 Camphell. . ", D' 1 01.",', .. ..... .;.- q... .. .. S. 40 181
Campbell. . M4 of Mt4 ...... .... ... 11 Ka a6. N .01' .
other... .!'lQ'oodatLOrei_ *mnet. *tay open Ticket oo sale June 7th 8lh L t th. 14th, Mrs lAlla AId_' . 8.e at ....coy of ."," rup.s 2110 yds a.l.'140.di --r _. ..._. .. jindJL wUlglve prompt attention-to. nllordersJbrWhlskey ---
andiher'enu of bbl. ,wllf7be that final limit. June 27. ... w 150 ..... a 140 yd......,;;.I i. : ;. .: '-R--'Uoi13e;, a 1 INHJ ; t- ( .
15th and HJUV with Mood,.. .....1.7.. {01.14... .. . __..;..".s.... ...vM.. 0 Ilia 56. SI te7 '' : I
twelve er.ftftcon ei>pl<)jr ee >wlll beve ASHVILLE'' N. 'C.-Rate of one H.-.. .. ....H. AD..I.. .. :....Lr.nq, Ilia Ue, 1. Wine or Beer entrusted to mo and In'J'J -
oooped'iip In the hot. William .............., ., .wtdM4 ,'rr..... ., .,. ... ....... ... ,.' ii II. 4Q ,lIT ,
to stay stores fare plus 25 cents for the round ..rlp'i .. 88t_. r..l4deele: .......... ...... ..;,.., .>;.. II alt 11. 110 5 67HJMoody.A
unlit nine o'clock eaot night while .'.oIJ...... ... .: ....1 54 61. 'I' '
> j lay .
28th' vita patrons
27th .. all former to make placc'thelr
li' It Tickets on sale'Juno 26th' ,. all ........ ....... ,.. .. .....,.... ,. 111 ... DU 140 11. ,, my my.
8klpper..h.1I ." .t............. . ..... .....' 84. 3M i1. NO 11. .
home eojoying themaelvet. If there BOSTON MASS..-lUteof ons-fare Mad II Skip......,...., .U .......... ;...... ..... ....... as 'U .11. sew 1. 06 headquarters when in Orlando. '
was Jan* money to be made. out of It dollar for the round trip. L l' ton .,.,, ,..... -Hi .nd nil oI..J.nd _Ii 01 a'4 and'- .
plus one .15 ol.I..o .... I ,3. 50. 110 1.11
one might see reason lo this but everyone Tacked on sale May 31 to June1 9th, ..0 '... .. .:. 80. .o .01 s- w>* > X v>> v. J A-> -'- T
A.... M Koon.t...... nt4ofn.t ... ... ,. r..i..l. . ... ...'J. 1/ 27. IOe 80' 4111
mot admit that cloning a* six Inclusive, with flnal'llnit June' 18th.Extenttoo Un n .. . .J aU.oIr..o..rIn.&of.ui4. ...........i. s 25. tile 111 N JF
.. . .. ., .... ... ...... ... .. .. .
.o' todr during .the' summer, month ; 18th J Parson M4 01 n. 11 26. 29. to I till
of limit to July r aybe Y.Drew. eel"01I'and M14 01 .".. :... .... . II Ilia ... SO I45 LOWEST. PRICES ; .
does not cut off any tads;. had by depositing, ticket and payIng Mab.10'N..1.aw4dMi4ped w)4doo" ...... . ... at lie .... 120 344n. 1 .
Mari.... Lamb ... ..4 i 01.\4 .. . .".. .. . .... 11 x7. 2ge to 4 BlPTleoa. : '
r Indeed "b, general. public approTate* lee of CI.OO. Stop corer at New .......t...... ..4 0I_." ..r...... .. . :... ....... ... 5 25. a8. to '146 B.Y. TAE GALLON ..,
'the fact of the merchant" giving their allowed. WTAnda.Lot. ......+... .....'... ......... II _I 48. III '. '
a York Unknown...... .. .' .It'" Lotl..trlp lnt.leI.aIt..... 11 '26. ,8e. lIT" 170Brig. / _. : J j
employees these few; hours 'and. J' nine DENVER COL -Very low rate. ..,II H.tl.ton, ,.,. all .", ,,01_'....oept lands dect to.... 's'I, : from
baI L Ell..nd ded ....... L Ellis and RYE $2.00 up
people out of ten prefer trading with a Tickets. on sale July Oth to 14th' ln- S...... C Ad.'s ... .. .............. ...... Jt'' .I De ,14 lIT }" Ir
enercbani.wbo. is considerate of the grim. HuleUm.. .. bs .t....00' 01 loot d run. n 101 fate .
cluclve wltb final limit' August 23d. ''
silo { leet.aoll..t..Ii9O. ............, 11 15., Ita I){ 111 r i- CORN from $2.00 .
,!p enoo.-lo hlsemploy.. J'Consideration. Stopovers allowed at Colorado common -' A\I.\ .... 1.--. ..,. .. ., nw'4 01 Lot 1 Ism bee 688 ,f..t and eaI ; up
tat w 01...oor 01 lot, raNI 171 fa.t w .
.like this causes a clerk'to Rive' better point Variable route beyondSt. 13 -'. n 574 f..t .11,f4.t..... ... ..... 11 ilia II 411
service and It goes without. say log Lou I L II: Pa...... . .. .. .1'.of .....".....:... ... . '" ...... . ... 11 .1Ie ,28e 80 I M ;r ,GIN from $2.00 up
J" WII'- Jr .. .. . of.w14 of oot(. .. .. .... ..... ... II, 16e' 28. 110 ItIII a
r ithat.. fh. |adl.* of the town ,who; are HOT SPRINGS.-VA.!: of. ,one m.ryovmtre.tE.t';' '4ofn.34.1w lands d..d.d N chunk '-_ '
: ::. ., , .. .. -a4ia--pan-96e- A!. -t76MF. -- "
,onoitljr1"thrown'' 'With"':the Dry-good fare plu 25 oentr for the'round trip .,R K II......... .. L ttwof Mor.unAvs In.. .. .. ..... ..... I t:6e: ._ 110 ) O'fJnoHua'h. OTHER GOODS .
clerk! would prefer trading with .... .t ol1401D.'oIne\-' \ . .... ......... a' 96. 28. 6 '10 r
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Ticket on sale Jgne III.b. 10th C M 010......'. .. .. .... Ol"a" .... ....... .... 10 lie 1M. 40 I 46H
who had spent his evening 1 put">> in thec'r with flqal. limit June 19th. Exuoiloi.{ F Smith. .. ... .... m s'4 4 01 n .... ....... .. ....... .. ..... ,.. II lie &'1. .o !" 10 ' IN PROPORTION 4
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Ptk.A4alr .w'4ofM' sndnwdnw4and! sfofnw4. '
fresh air tae night before than to trade of limit to-July 4th may be had.. ....... ..:.. .. ............,...... d3 26. ,' la: I76Unknown. \!
with'one who had spent "his evening KNOXVILLE'TENN.=lUu>-of one ... ..... . .. Mr'( d and. .."d ....'.. .. ..., ........ II 25. 1'1. 80 I"I . . ?- : -- : .. ---
\ 0 Oven6.et. n.Y4 01 nw1 ... ...... ... IS 1 21. to I 70TJHurI.y
t edoped up (a a. hot store.A fare.plu 25 cents fur the round trip. . .. no'" 01..,.01....'.. ....... ..... ......... 81 26e1'1.. 10 'I
Unknown.. ..... .. .. wI4 of nw j . .. .. .. ....... ..... .... .. .. ... 25. 21. 80 I" Withmany tluuiks! for'past favors and
the.-Dry-ttood; people nee the Ticket on sale June 17, 18, IB, 23d, Unknown . .... .Iiol.. ...... .. .. .. .... .. ........ .... M 26. 27. 80 146Unknown. ," .. -
s :other stores la town'' close every 24, 30, and July 7, 14 and. 15, wltb ... ., .... . no'.Id ne4. '.... ....... .. .......... .:IS' 17d to I"
at six o'clock and. know that CAMPBELLCITY soliciting a continuance of your patronage -
-evening Hoal limit. 15: day from"date. of sale.
J.B DeaD .. ........... Lot A Blk (8) Mary: B IID'add to '
they mast stay ooentwoor three hour* Extension of limit to' Sept. 30th maybe C.mpbeUpty......... ..... ... .... ... ...' t I8e Ita 14 181 I am '.-
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r, lonrer. they arc bound to feel hurt at had, by depositingticket! and NA EEJ : . ,
refusedto pay M Hn..,.... ..., Lot 1.7.......:.. .. .. ... ... ...... .. ....... I tile .1. to I MHSmlth. .t
the two merobantewho have lOll fee; : .. .. Lot 10... ...... ... ...:" . ... .. .. 18 lie a1. 8 110AI. Yours truly
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close and thus hard feelings will be LEXINGTON, KV.-Rate of ...... Klnta...... .. 1..1 Lot lit....... .. .. .:.. .. .. .... I." ,,,26e a1. I'-i TI ,
one .U."Klntal.... ..: frt'Is5.41ot80. ." ... ....... ........ assn 26e 81. II 101
.engendered. fare plu. 25 cents for the round trip. J H Robe.- .... .. ;' .. .. .......... 20 lie .1. 6 "

k ,Not as. an Interested party, but a* a Tickets' on sale July 29th 30th and JHRob.i.on Aim....J"Klntuing........ ....... nti4ofLot5frtaxaof1904 Lot 10.. ...:.. .. .. .. ...' ........ ...... 20 10 26..".. 51.81. 6 a., ., 113 tIS 'R
t >oitiMd of the town-one who believes) Indotal' August 1st, with final. limit August 5th. AI....." KIDtain: . ... Lot 11.. .. ., .. .. .. .. ... ... ............. 20 16. 31. 1 lie T. BUTLER. fi fir
'> ahe would be done b-oo. who LOUISVILLE KV.-Rate of one AI.J. KIDw..... ..... 'rtLot20..... .. ...........,... ......". 20 :I1Ie '1. lu' 73S .

fare plus 25 cent for the round trip. ttUNNYMEDE.
? .believes In the greatest good to the Tickets. on sale. Juue 10, 11, 12. with w 0 ............,. ... .. .. Lot 2. Block 5. ............... ... .......... 730ewr.DSMm.n
I -... Lot!.BIoc.kH .. .. ... . . ........ .. TI
VellUeo! (and. especially. the ladle. ), July.23d may be had by deposUIng' Hamilton ow._ Fit.. Lot'2;Block 60...... ., ....:... ........ 780so
t 81d..D ... ... Lot,. Bioek 60.... .. .. ...,....... -' 7tChaKSmith
ticket and 60
fee of of .
J4 ,of the town to kindly appeal. to these paying oen'.e.For . ... & Blook BT .......... .".. :. ....... . 110 -'
Ifoe and further information apply at MraFFtlell ..... .. . Lot 5. Block 87...... .... ... .... .. .. eo ---
two merchant* 'to.fall Into nearest agent, or J. Q. Kirkland, D CBBo.hott...... .... Lot 10.Iiluck: IOS ... .. ......... ...... .. .. 74KISSIMMEE ,
.tlow our.dry-good 'friends t, ..spendw P. A Tampa Fla. I : CITY.

their evening with their smllle. R H P J>rooQ.hta Addltlott. iloIlIeAttd
.\ __ ... Lot II. Block 0.'....... ... ..... ..t......... . iNC
Your. respectfully, RobI......ti : L I IQ U O R S
ClTIZElf. LOW RATES A eu- ........... lot e.Block a ... ... ... Additbe......... ::1:
,_ .. . _... >o L M Park... .. .. :... Lot I. Block 4... .. ... . .. ..... ............ '!:"'."' .: 111I
.r VJA LMPark... ..,.. . ... L ta a.od l.Bloeka ... .................4' 415 Vjl.%
Unknown. .. .. ... ... ... Lte. Bloc.. a ... . .................,.. 170
A Happy Motb r. Unknown... ........... 1.016. Block .....;.. ... .. ....... .....:...._ -t'l0 .
will cared for SOUTHERN RY. 8ARobereon .. .. An frt] Hluck .. ,... ................';'. Ft
see her baby I. properly . I1Dk__.... ...... ..,.. tot" Block II ... .. ...... .... ;........ 4 J.
1 1to do this good isneoe- Robt BaN A"dltlon. ALL
a purgative $ 2.40' Unknown.............. 1".8hc.maJ1.vbd..BlockHL .'.... 141 THE! LEADING. BRANDS OFWHISKIES ,
.ary. Iaoybabies. suffer from worm I W Aderhold .... ...., all.......t Dlaaton lot I. Block V.. .,. : _-._ Ii 4a '
New':
Haven Conn., and. return. .
South FlorIda R R Co'.Surv.j. kvV'
a .nd thelr mother doo bow IL-if Tickets oo sale June 2-5.. limited June H)(Pf""... .... .......: ....IT ft.47d.u.bfmo.tw00lrlyeoyLot 1i4run847d..60testnNd.r.d0ft.47 j, .
tp Jour bab7'I" .f.verlsh'and. doesn't 9.\ ''Extension 0 June 30 1900. Stopovers .

tS' 'Bleep'" at night If'Is troubled with Washington. Ha'timore' Philadelphia. I d..w60ft.,3darw8oftBlnckl8.. .P.trlek's Addldoa. ... .. .'. 605 .. .,. '. '

:..fworra,' ,.White's Cream Vermifuge' .. MrRDw.rbr..rt.S4afL: ,' ttB"OekOl.y..r. .q ''1.1... lOti .
$55.90 <
"will clean. out t.beH''onn. In a mild W. s. MAKINSON ., I
pleasant. way. Once tried always. Boston Ma**.,. nod return. Ticket. .r \ .
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on safe May 31 toJune 18. Extension 'Tax' Collector .. '" .'
.... : trial.\Prlo< 25 Osceola County .
; .. .+;Olve.lt-, cents, July.15,1906. Stop-overst.Washing. ...... .. :.. ..:,.. -- ,. '
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srlleldy Robersoo's Pharmacy. ton. Baltimore Philadelphia New .:: &::::. :_ ; : :: : : .1." ,'
- ,I ,.,. . ..;"j\''tImported and Domestic Wines'Ports .
: York.- i - - t- ''t: ; Sherries 1//
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Ajiemorial: : '- ", ,, $14.65 '. )J'' ,, : PublicRuad'Notice: -Notice, ol Application "For Tai ".. J--'c.1..: !J.L: '.' . .' .

t ; Athevllle.: N? C;?. and return. Tickets A'Plat of the Propcwad puns In tb\ ,1 I .Deed Under Section 8 bt' AiigcHcii..'; Clarets. SautcrneV; Ilhino J Wines,

..'Vn'SaUiday morning.,May 19: 1800, on ale .June 7, 8.9. 14,15, 10,, limited -. Bill Road In Tp. 88 r ZS. Chapter 4888 l i haws off .

L 'the death'angel, came to' thi home onMri June 21. 1H06' :. Nottoa........1Ip aHvm that It' .. th. Florida. Imported; and Domestic. Brandies, Gins, Rum
:'and .Ira. J.'D. Sharp 'and. sum cf UM Board at County CommboloiMn of .
$20.40
'' ... ..... ... Kotleelft hereby rtven lbs ... M. Oardntr.nurrhawir .
; from 'their loving Countr. riflrtda, at UM next I. and Scotch Wh iskies .
,embracethe .
,imoned Louisville Ky., and return' Tickets of Tax Certificate No. Mil. doted tb .
aold Board to b*held on Monday tb.. 4th Ard Jul,. A D. 1VOO. has fl ed ...! !sweet of their little Elsi*;ODe sale ;June 10 11 12. limited I d.r.of
spirit on Jono. A.D. 1BO*. to ,.at the twin.sisters,aged' two';'month : June 23 Extension July 23, IttXJ. rod to Peuant| HiD ID Tp.. IS. a r t5 S Bald fur lax certificate deed to tune vmhracei. In accordance the followln-with I.del.. . I

''and two days.. She was a brightand : $23.35 .avid In Book*ol the Minute et Mid crltx protwrtjr'slluatad. In Orceola emintr, I

Intelligent! baby. and seemed to enoy : Hot Springs, and return. Tickets Pan*11. mo aa to run ..f ollowat. Florida, I.wltiBegInning . THE
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V..i at Lot 5,.Block 18, SotithFlnrld
Commencing S 1-4 chat.* Mat of the w err F.AMOUS'III
;perfect health until a few days before on sale June 0.11.-limited June ...... aaetlon Una between.S Sactiona 8 Kallraad Oo.''' survey of Klulmmee,
on
: : Her suffering 19, 1006.,. a 47 d....s 60 fee n. 48 d...,.e 7S ft., n 47 deg., .
; tier death.. were ;great praomt rood,.tJoe_to run wool alone WBO('. 43dr>.w76ft. .
:' Sand all that. lovlbg; bands ''and 'kind $16.65K'ooa"m..lJ'eon'L Uon Una tAl U..nortaaaat cornar of the The aid. land being. aue >ed at the auto ol Cream of Kentucky .
,, physician oould done but and returnVTicket -, n. 1.4 d 8a .17. thane to run ..,th K lb. iMiianre of such eeniflcat in the name of -
doi.twas; on ale June 17. 18, 19, 23, 24! 30, waat 45 choina and 88 link to .....-" LapnlvT Unlem,J.sold T "."Illea.. hall be redeemed; .. Carstairs' Rye
1 Ood in his, InQnite Jove. and mercy July 7, 14, 15. Jlmlted fifteen dny .. .tak.on Suction lino\ between ,_do... aioordlnir t to law, to deed will uurae thereon
".ew be..1 Extension! l Sept. 30, 1906.,, thonc* _tit along mid ooetlmi Un*'to on lh>. Bill day of June. A. U. 1UUA.. Echo Spring Ryo
VYltneM and seal this tb.r.xuJ
omrlal.lrn.urre
O, how !"the* goldenbelli; of Heaven .' $14.65 aaetlon corner balnv the aauthwaat_ 4b day my of June A. D. loot Lebanon Club Bourbon'iVilkes
tlon IT. thane south &Ion..tJoe aaetlon K. L LFSLEY.:
UUBt have'chimed her welcome ,, the '
> as Achvllle N. C. and Tickets
return twvon SoeUoiv III and 80. 884 chain Clerk Circuit, Florida. County'Corn
t r-brlfttit angel ushered her sweet. spirit oo sale June. 20, 27. 28, limited plna trao atandin.r Jut north of a Bniroai BVW.8.HARWBIJ. I>. .O.t W ,

through the! pearly gates/safe 1n' the"t'IJI..of July 10,, 1900. thanet_tit 80 dogma soot to -plna BUDWQSEB Old Harvest Corn.CHASE'S .

t Jeu, Ho,,' 'beau"ful ;..b.'Glu.t $16.35 ehaliUL botn-tat south pf an opanln or Non-Resident Notice. r

be after been transtormedintoin .I In mid CTpnoa. ........... thane oo '..th'' a
"having -
,4 Montengle Tenn.'and return. Tick.. .raaaw fourteen chain and 17 1-1 II... IN CIBCVIT COURT fmnrrm' JUDICIAL Ciaourr'STAT _
angel of light a* she Join eta on sale June 20, 30, July 3. o, IIII. aaetlon lino batwaan......... 15 and. M \ ..f FLORIDA' COUNTY -of OBCEOUA. Int
.with her little brother: Declne. who lied AOg 31, 1906. Extension Oct. 31- traaonaaUaaetionllnajiiataouthof mid C .uaCSDY.. .. BARLEY MALT

3 .ha4 gone'on before! that eternal. choir 19 8. ........... .......... aouth along mM.MCtIo1I The. Michigan Trust Company, a Corporation Mlchi-ervonhied THE KING OFBOTTLED
the of
. under the sews of State
..arolJatJi i"pure white Ibt one-of' God.9griep $ 2.1o. cha....to the aouthwaat corner action fA,1 ran Eameet N.Ballin- and Ceo. M.: Bun Distilled especially for
tJon to. tIt_ south alone the oaetlan ... "
WI. and
i not dear'p'arents, for' theseureetobildr.s Milwaukee return. Tickets medicinal
on ae.Aug.! 10, 11, 12, limited twaan It and 10 40 ehalna to tha 1-&mUa Samuel R""""; hie unknown ...1,., or any person use '
will ,stand. ,, with out 1906.Passenger aald action U.... 0.._'aaot 8-4 cha....to clalmin- by, throuarh or under h..... BEER
22.
_.. .. t eiched band.,to.''r.lcome10u ..home''wb AUK and ticket, office 108 W. roodbod. and"to aatabltah,said ehanr.d To Samuel elalmlnby. H......,..thrown. his unknown or under.....him.7'.k.. or any e '1

!Pb yojr time com.. Bay St.' Phone 743. public road. penoa Notice that.......... Bill of Complaint ha> .beenflledayalnrt
J, C. LU8K Wltnooa""mrhand .. ..-.nclo Clerk yon In the above M nod eauae to re' CANADA MALT'
Dear/llitle; ( KUle, th'ou bait I left u*. Plstrlct. ,1 Board and the official acal of said Board cloud from title of and reform. the deed to
Here"tho_Uo.* are deeply feel. Passenger! Agent.J dar.of..... A.D'18OC1. ,;- rn of See.86. Tp.Z6. hi, .... _

yrf I Bat' tie God', that hath b>reft us, [wall 1:..L. LESLJ: You tho are mid therefore Bill. on Monday notlned tb.3rd to appear day of and Septem-pleadto ii.es$ PER DOZED and other brands of

He)'oan"' all our.sorrows- heal.. . .Ifl.; Wll L&ON, JR.V-: 10Cloork. Circuit Court Ota : fwd boy A.salNt D. III( I,.or....Aha.. aame will be taken ae eon- Whiskey too numerous ,:

Theburll.iervloes were. 'conducted NOTARY It la further ordered :hat tM notice..pnbllehedoace to ;
\ PUBLIC... __ each week for twelve eonaeeutive wools Intha ,, / mention.
the in'a ;!
;At home very appropriate i y I. STATE AT LAROB. 1 Public oad>lotice.Notlea Klealmmee. Valley Gaaetto. ? '
w ;'war-by Her.. T.,:J, Bell and herr little'txMly.wMjtcinderly r Wttneee the Honorable Miner SJonee.. 3ydm ,
HeuhEatate) AKcnCK.ISSIMMEE. la hor.br rrron that It la the f of aald.Circuit; and the Seal thereof at the CourtHoueeat I "'
laid away lo Hose.IbV '-' J FLORIDA of..... Board of County Commlaalonan" of Kiaal_Florida, thta the Mth" ofty.

) cemetery awn .the mornlnx.of. of -.. .- Oounty, Florida at tba naxt r-.u.... "iuu.A.) D.1101 By B.W.LESLEY 8. HARWk..Clerk L.L D. C. i 1 Bottled in llBase's
' ;the ....urreo..l o. ., MId Board to log hold on Monday the. 0.SAaaodE.Campl.hunr.Solicitor.:! Whiskey Bond '
1 / ro. X. M, RIVERS, M. U. Juno IBM. to chanra tIM public road \ : : ,,

,;A'FRTEXP.: Physlol.a ..4 SIIf1Eeoa.. Walker's...... to the Baalncr .......... .A.oi..t' Roma '
WITH TCIHH1MMKX PBCO CO... lIY..HONB.rrlce .
now run through tho nw 1-4 of nw 1-4 of
I.Remember the Orphans; 4|| RealdeacV. 83.n. 88lnTp.n I.rt8aooaa to ran aa 1* now merely a memory of .the pait. Ale* Gulntiess's Stout. .
..'..... ..... ", rtnnlnc at u..na carom of said forty Ballard'a Snow Liniment i* the family
4 ,As ..01D..lhD.. comes on', the wing thonea wed SO ehalna to the nw liniment of the,. twentieth cen '

4 Shougbt'of..&0&00 ,fill every: mind. DR. LESLEY.: .W. WEEDON.' aid forty aero tract to eatabltah said tury. A polti". cure for Neuralgia LOWESTPRJCES_ BY THE GALLON t.

';;We are apt. in our seeking for:leisure! aPEOIALIST. 'rontoaitlM public'road sad to dl.s ', Liam Burns Cut; Sprains, RYE
: : :from.: $2.OO TAP
praaon't; .- etc., Mr. O.- H. HuoyoD..'-Stanberry, ,
*.o forget that there are. orphans tur be .YB. BAR. NOSM AND TH.rlOATrtvaM1 .. Wltnoaamy hand ..'woi-o c1o. park Mo' wriest "I hare .. yaed Snow f

r !Bought; ofand, ; 'cared !.for; ...Ask'he: '' Hot plt.X American" National. Board and tha aoal of old Board this Liniment for RbeumatUm. ..nd '*..U! CORN :from. $ S.OO TJ.p

yp J "\ p rlnt ndents of oilr prphan's home Bank, Bid'ir, Tampa. !Is.; May. A. DflSW; ",," II:.. U : pain.I can't y.'enough' -in .it.praise. :

.and without exception' they .will tell .j.,.-.SIMPSON': v 1 I8ool3 .dark Circuit fault.Oaaanla .". -;Suld by Ilober oo Pharmacy.Has' Q.IN': : carom: : {$ 3 fOCD '\i.p it

.. yo ,lhat the, hardest lime. !inviha .who, D .. I AND ALL: OTHER LIQUORS IN 'PROPORTION J'

f-. ,I''rbrl otter: good bld' m 'mosey" :,DEN w'isr'Otlr !' '. Stood The ;Test ':25 Years. ?
"J .. e '
{, / "' aroe .and : a I' O.tOr. ;1i ..owdabprooany.01770E : .: :: .o. '.

..Cr ea\ deal. scarcer stUlV.Ii. is e. splai ... ' w r
> i : '4Ld'tlae) io tenember, ;;ih. orphan 'iIotT :" } t:3O too b 3 11.18..: m.. .1 I' !

: "toenv. l{ben't.h..b.ahNp tomes lo, I.. Telephone No, Ild .laD 6.rArrctekeY' ." G rev.) (... ....., -: W. lyiETCALFOR'ANGEAVJE. 'COl'

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: >!\ S (\ .: 4, l i..!.<.* >f the little people. "Tb. [200 p', -;,' j'<" ; ', ,' ORLANDO

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