Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 8, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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sect with present road at. a point 290 efnewbere( In this paper. .Also ,to (, I

)INGS OfTig r yards south 45 degrees' west of swj bl l change the public road as It now run t "

awl of said section 12; and the clerk front IJectloa'16 rp 27 s t 30 e, to .sec- 'i RRIVIN'Q ,'

COUNTY SOLONS was" .instructed to give. legal notice 01( don 12 tp 27 s r 30 e, as |>er map, ,,of F SPRING GOODS: ; :

,I the Intention the Board to establish field with the clerk of this Board. .
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sold route'as a public ,oWl.' tbelr Upon a petition from divers( citizen.the l ': ' ".i' L1'

e New_ Roads _Adopted, and next regular meetnsc.! county surveyor was Instruo ed, to -- -- - la

Much Routine' Business is -valve the report, of" J. W Oliver ,,"' survey-of road from Kisslm- .' .largest",, :Stockr jr: : : .

County Surveyor, showing surveys of mee south 'to liie. Polk county Ijnettea'r \ ; ., :
Transacted.IV I tbree route. of proposed new road Loughraa, aDd report to the DeaL { _

; .. f'OIlwb"re: tbe< Orange 'county roadto mee'lne'ot the Board. I '. Latest StYles', \
r. Klsilmmee Fla. June 41906.
City, .
Orlando.Lrlke. the, Orlando county' The bid of Hogan & Floyd to furnish ;
!The' Board of County Commission-, line between. .sections 2 and 3 In''tp 25 feed for the county mules for the ,, .

I i convened at 10) a. m 'there being S r 29 ...to the' north line of the town. next.quarterjaeitlnnlng, June'' lat was Lowest, Prices -
tesent if.'S.f Parti J.+
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W. Ivey, which"was '
ll; -Walked of Klsslmmee city in ;sections IS and I accepted, ] I
Williams and.1.11. comblssloner 10, as determined upon at the last Oats 100 16. sack. *... .. ... ... 9174

*. P. A. Vans Agnew, county. regular meeting, wa filed, and the Corn'"' ,.. ". .'. . .'. . :...i 1'65 I t 1' CONSISTENT WITH FRESH HONEST GOODS. l

Iftorney and W.R. Johnston 'D. Cifcbalaraan \ following surrey adopted: Commence Hay per 100 lb*.,... . . ... .. . ,1 44 ,---- ,
being absent on motion 1 chain and 8't link west of the ne corner .A communication from the Smote '\
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(J.,.P. William dulvfwecunded J. H. . ' ---' ,
Commissioners Auocl..ilon'louthl. --- -- -
of section 3 in-tp 23 r 29 e thence County
alker was lootedft.tomporarl'cbalr- attend the annual BRIWANT'CHURCIIWEDDING. """' I.J
south 2 degrees west 20 chains to apinetree Bpard to meeting '

Mn. The !rolnutes pf toe .last, regular on tbe south side of a ey press to be held at Tallahassee on June .. "

ting, were read and approved. swamp thence.south 27,, degreeswest IB. 1900 was.read and filed as Information SPRING ."

!The county attorney presented McCool and the 67} chain to the half mile stake, 'onnorth ; also a communication from Mr. Layn ,paulk' ,,Leads Miss Bet. I AND SLIMMER : > t
W. A.
between ,
ment line of sectloA 10 In tp 25 s r. 29 Mr.,Farr. in regard; to .a, broken well '
rlfe'aad Oaoeola county regard toe lie Gardrtfef '
| to Hymen's Altar. -
thence south 2 79 chains I kirb ;
e, degrees/ west ; .. *
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warehouse **
lease the "
perpetual on and 80.links to the half mile stake on The bond of T.; E. lVI'"'.to farri firearms ,
read .and'apved Oi. Wednesday. .. .' ,
and wharf-which-was | .eoIDRIa.; the., -'GOODS.'
examined and and
line 25
north of section IS In tp r 29 was : approved
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and ordered recorded- and theft MetbodiHt courca the of s ;
liceifse Issued. wa. konoe one "
chains ordered
e; thence south 37 and 98 link .
of G. W. Bass.tor balf of the-ex-:" The 'of'' 'the '''Demo of the 10.,'". brllllaat church weddlu B c n. .. . ,:'i
to the Incorporation line of Klsslm- returns County ,, . .
andi4 that ooourred In Klssimmea "
of approved ever the
Ole building was ,
mee at *w corner of swfof ne! of said credo Primary, certified to the Board
t amount ordered paid to C. Buckelsi section 15, said route. to be -known as were received and filed.,, after which contracting parties on thl. happyiloossluu' I I ..Pry_ 'GoodH. Clothing, Shoos a'd'ttort8 < t
..i the State' Bank of Klsslmmee as bag\; Miss [Uettl. Gardner, 1'I
the .
the Donvgan road; and the clerk was Board adjourned. . '
order of Mr. Bass daughter. of>d r. and Mrs.. M. Gardner : '
per Instructed notice of the i 1 Endless .VM iety and at.Very. .
to Lip The report of the various county of establish Gtizen Advocates. Home Teachers.If of tbi. 'plaoe, and Mr.: W. Layne. : ..' Rr
intention the Board r
of to '
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tiRfleers" were examined. and ordereddebltedand aid route. a* a public' road .at their such a thing l lt>e possible heSchool Paullc:, of Cairo, Ga.,, I I. Xow Prices., l

11 I the paid and cancelled nest regular meeting.Also Board will do'much good by i The church bad beeq beautifully : r + ,

Jjtwarrants 1 destroyed by fire in open. the following. public road was employing: home teach ers, or teachers I decorated.with flowers and evergreens ,: '. ,
)oard. the, treasurer's reports showI make"their glthe r. '
friend
established: who expect and desire by young couple, 'and '
I the following balance tp' -wit: It appearing to the Board tbatlegeI permanent home where they are' employed '' was"' a perfect'bower'of beauty, which '

Jtoy.n_.._ :. .. ..:.n'lRll23.4MM676ii notice by publication tbe Valley as teachers. It stands to reason aht wed up u great. advantage?under j H-A4Fo9b.; ; :

It ;and; 'Purf.Itur; \.. -.: ": ;.:.....:. 500 21Bubdl.t : Gazette baa been duly given of the Intention that the. longer acquaintance the the brilliant clare dt .,t.be ,electric ll ,

> No.l. . .115572 'of the hoard to establish the teacher ha with the pupil and Its sur- lights. f- Top OtlCtnATDtV OP LOW MICCS IN RISSIMMEC.! <\' :

I a; :-1: :: '" .:::: 1415* following described road a* apublicroad .(1 rounding' the better. she Is fitted .too Long before 8:30 o'clock, the hour I. 4
#*\ ." 5: .. 484 IIU teach It. secfortheceremonjthe I.
and that the owner of the land church wa "
. .. ., 1875 Ne-
I'Baaliiavraehaol Elate with eartain S8 acnoola, i .. ..._114__BOl ____ over which said road passes, via; C. Besides I,"ink 'of tbe enormous tilled with an expootaot. throng of . . .: -' 4 ?
W .. I06W' 78 F. Prevail W. H. Lanier D. H. L...- drainage from Klsslmmee each year friends, of the couple .who eagerly I .a -" .
OapoaK. Stata Bank of KUa.. tl of . . .. . .... . "' ... p i A
bier, fclrbj Lanier Earle Lanler on account salaries paid teachers awaited t.helr"C mlDar. :
;.j(, B. U. Lewis & Co. filed report of Manitoba Mortgage'and' Investment who Invest their money In other placesmost When tbe'.hour: arrived aid ,thebridal : :; i 1

evict hire for May .amounting. Company. Limited. M. Pfann and '' often In other states. All of this party entered,., all '' e'yesVjrwere. .' CITYB BAKIR'tf'

.00 wlih treasurer's receipt for theems. O. T.. Slngletsry, C* TJ.< Bfonsou and,' money goes off' never to come>'back 'turned! toward the door to catch .':*lr.t . .. ,
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C. S. Acree, have also been legally again. No town can ever expect': : to Klympse.tof the happy'.couple who ,were ;-
,;J'M. >Bryan treasurer of countyspecial notified by mall ;Of such Intention{ contlnue-prosperou* under such con ..o IKKI'.o be made one. V r' : I .BREAD..' CAKE' AND PIE. I, fl"y"
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fund presented bond No. 21, I ,
] ditions. Get good 'teachers that we .:" e
and no written protest having been '
M 'Flrntca'me tbe .
I [teemed and cancelled, at a cost of Ibis filed against such establishment -1 can afford' to keep and make'It: a condition (usbers.-WeBsr Earl ii .

100 and his account the clerk with was same.orderedcredit day: I If possible that these' teachers, right Lupfer aisle 1.01Ro, followed; Ojreratreet b1''the, down<
are to purchase homes hero, and spend .
Resolved that tbe route of the publlo I leaning; on thi arm, of his, bl-oiber, : "1;
The following bill. were examined: their here. The longer* I : f'RUITS AND CQNIECTIONERIESa; i y,4. ,.
road to f> a"D"'IUlID tp 2tt s j. money you] Joe ,, : I
Mr. wbo .
ordered oald, to-wlt! Faalk, :acted aM.' ,Uui.t, .. '.
keep 15t aoher at the same I !l '
29 e, as recorded In book 2 of the minutes can a go* t
I ted byber
. .. .. .. 00Ki ,man "file bride &OOUmplI ::;
lutlar.epos"ommsed.I1s.g*.. '.... ..".".. OOI of.this Board on page 211 be : place. the better stfsvess you will hay.tn' aisle a0da11 'nM s X B '
jMua DIainond tt _
,'tun : "... ,.. .' ,'t "I 09 changed follows .J tbe ed ucatlttp fljjtfte.:a.bll Idien."v r. 'Agent. lt tet'S j
as : _
a-'r' w ............ U 10L. Gardoer, eniered the ten aisle |ookTug .
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.... .*.... Irl 00 2J chain west of the -There Is another 'phase'of tbequestion. : .t.
tark ad.dltor. Commencing .
in . I . ,
V.ssAZMW.ounty ..___..1....*.* 110 14 Communities' that. very pretty, haodauintly; gowned \' i. .
| Walkor. .a.. Jail .. -t.,.\. 14 Wa.wn half-mile stake on section line between swapteacher.'so white silk, made prluoeiu style and : ,.t W. H. SMITH 'P oP. WILL McLAUQHLlK, Mofti, '. \ '
.. .....;: .... ... 11I110.Jampbel1 often are bound to get .
ianltet '1" sections 8 and 11 on present road .
... ... .. bridal I '
00 yell.
:y: Gu.tta., 8Upt printing poarfars..........t..(...,.:....t.. 10 M thence too run west* along said section the worst'of It'same times''. The board i 1'4 t...4 .+$$44'.4 IH I'M.. II. u+...M 4"-I'H'44.M'4. ...***++tf'N. .*?** J'

1m B l.Co,ligilt Jail . .. rrrrt..rrtnrTelephone ..... .1.1 7. Hoe i i to"the'northeast corner of the nwj Is only human and .1.* liable: to err. The procession moved slowly up the __ -. "--, ._- __ __ _--.- ---. ,:,;
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1m (q t.l.plron..ut. ; h'Y: .
.... ... aisles, keeping time tD the strain f y
< 10 .. glad
7 tana fartillaar Only recently we had as '
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ji of nwj of section 17 .l.hencerua '* ,
... )OcccacacaaacCaCCGIIDC J
0NdwCosupplfs.omthou.a Co Abatraet Co. road Inftormatton;.." f ai 00JUnUr south 25 degrees west 45 chain '' and sistant principal "of our school Of Lobengrin'.Bridal March which ...............f'...., \ .,). r .. .. ' ,", ',' ',,'..... '.' :/'''' ,*" ',,, ""
qAen.w..1Mdip" ''!!-NNJ 101V here a man, who represented bjro. wa perfectly rendered by Mr., WIX: 1 :' : :'yl 1 :
; :; w eat 83 link to lheone-half mile stake" on : f '
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...ked. .. "" ... .. Npa 4...:. !SS 3 till section line between sections 17 and 18 self 'a.i; a. married man, wbea 'Ir. VanDucor, who presided and at took the organ.their . W1J'B", :r'' 'M'AKINSON CO ;'; }I-n" .' ,, : I ', ... .
.". ._ No. *.: thence south along said section line fact he was not. Perhaps no barnwas Tbebappjnoouple met ., t
t A Bartow N..6..2100 ; meant by him, but who can say place before lobe altar tbe usher and :.
W Chandler No 'I". W UO 40 chains to section corner bel/iit the I
" .. W :IIICI done all\ best man on'their right, and the maid 0'j. I
\e tr H.D No. southwest coroer-of Section 17, thence no harmwas: Deception at. DEALERS IN
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l.WII( Maklnaon. Co. mad aoppllaa T 75feos I circumstances ofbonor their left.. RevL.. .. R. .,'
on
time. end under ,
Ar Ibe1L ...pt..s....pal' roll May 400 III south along the section line between any "
.n a Floyd. fagot mu.. .. ... '. . 84 m bound to be harmful to some one, or Jenkins, pastor'of the 'Methodist j.
'We Maklnaon. can aa lax ooUaetor.K . sal 54 I section 10 and| 20, 321 chains tc a i "
.rVS Harwall. halt atrand wood.jrifiiCJtzxiMin .... 1'8.40i dead pin iree.ianding just nort) ,t i in some "way The writer was told church, In a moat, impressive, manner" '

It i .R L>balay. reads',, le..Ir cattle court...>.... . .. ., '10 2i express'swamp, thence south 00 degrees recently of a young lady teacher In a then pronounced the 'word1' fraught "
I1\ JW Ollvar, .u,.".,. publle roada . . 48Bt i'o'a pin stake 6t chain, !ertuatry school who made It a practice w&h so much. meaning to them which HARDIVARFEVERYTHI1SG : [ -, '
... ... . ( eawf
I ,: Batton, building bridiraa.. 26 \Ij :
r HA W RUNW"! Co, atWtlOfltarelka office U W being'Just. south of an opening or to shoot at targets along the pub. united their;destinies for' life)| usingthe

I' ;JM Walkar: coat..* sprit l 01'U..rni elr court.i ;I t 111 l crossing! In said cypress swamp" lie road with* pistol, in' company beautiful solemn ring service prescribed ' .

,I i EPG Crommtk road work -l! IW thence south 32t' degree west fourteen with a boy pupil who carried! the pistol byte ritual of the Methodist :, .

,".; fci K Bum.-.. Iumb.r8hkingk. 0raak. bride. . !8017Jw :tw chains and 17} links to said section concealed to school tie,was also church. During' tbe .ceremony Mr. : --

Adorhold. allowanoa for R II Cross. lit uu line between sections 19 and 20 to told of a young lady teacher, who was Van Duior rendered on the organ, ., :
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',Vall y Oajwitta. Prlntin road notlo a. ..... : '
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'. IL. Orantrart. aarleultural. report 4-2 l"lIt a pine tree on said 'section line just teaching. in this state, but whose home "The Melody of Love the beautiful
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/'J aMiRa..lmwNI.-d work}' traaa. . . 81 "M south of said pjpress swamp .thence wal'lb'. oLh r. state that spent her. muslq blending harmonioysly Jtli J the .
... ... .. 1,0, 041'hGW JSEWl;
word and
tlvnaIf.
*" Baaa. half axpanaa kKilldlne Waat Endass/ south along said section ,lln 31 chains vacations Ih an assignation house. In voice of the_iDinlster.. Ii : _

i MoMay wharf.B.-. frtont.rtlllws. . ,. ... 8140: UTthe-sw: 'corner aeb.''on..pO' ,",.of' seoVlon = .6ne of -nir'.outbern'chie.. I After'the ceremony. 'the bridal ,party . . ninrnye ,t -
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f EB Robinaon, atanucraphar air court ., .. 85 404.t 20, thence south along the section "Lets keep'our'teaehera:9lttjjweW; Ret proceeded'. to.. the Park' Hotel, theOli'16"o""f : '. ., ,i'' t
KJL Laatajr. erim eats, elf cost '. :. :.... T Kgfl < line between 29 and 30, 40 chain to acquaintedwith them, and.,.It the.v are"'! '' )2//'! bt'Id' "..I !.''' ...IUilPA .. \ -' .y ;
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J JM M Walkar.Walkar. on'"ilnea? .of.. ................. liana 4 ZO the I mile stake on said ectlpn line, good teachers keep. .on keeping them." number of. Invited friends; (fathered to Saddles Harness: . : "

,,11 W.lk.r. .food earn pri.on.n.. .. .. . ... .. ..'.1 1 it: 40i thence east 1 chains to present road'* .. Cr17ZEN.' : extend: : congratulations and good ". -. -.,

;.;;The i board then took a recess until bed, ,Teachers Appointed .w" wishes. 5 Y

2 pm. And said changed! road be established At the meeting of,..the-School' Board In'the parlor of the hotel the .wed StoyejsTinware_ ; :Crockery .-. ;arf

t '/'The Board reconvened at 2 p. m. alljpent as a public road, and the: present held last Tuesday the following teachers ding presents were displayed and . ,. o . v.

but'tbe chairman. road-between said points "be discon were appointed to serve for the gave. one the tmprerslon of entering '. t 1

i'; 'The "'warrants were signed up In tinued. ensuing year: 4-- a store newly stocked with holiday I.Glass'. .

open board. Therpud matters were Also the following public road was Prof. ttobU'M. Evans, of Tampa, goods,.so profuse nod beautiful were ''' '

taken up and on motion of' J.. F. Williams established: wa,...pp'6'n..d* principal of lobe High they. Tbe presents consisted of almost 1 Paints . Oils' ; ; ;

seconded by H. S. Psi-tln the It appearing to the Board that legal School, and Mill Aline Moon .to the everything u.nallllclven on such ". ; ;. ta

| following resolution' was passed toIt notice by publication In thj ValIey 9th grade. Misses\ Emma Yowell, M. occasion, silverware of every dis- ,...... 'M"

:' Gazette hal been dulygiven-: of the C. Bryan Alblna Smith and Firsle orlpllon largely predominating., De- Window: Shades .Matting: ., and .
i i;'NO.,1.. Resolved that the following! Intention of tbeBdard to establish thetollowing Overstreet were reappointed to their lightful'refreshment of ice cream ,J .1 -*
|( public road as' It appears on pageL 23iof described road a* 'public respective'grades. herbert and cake!: were served and $

road record book No.1, be dls- road, and that the owners of the land School No. 36, Miss Lillie Dale., highly! enjoyed by the' assembled -.-Farming: Implemcits

'oont21ed'.Commencing:. at the halt over-which :said road passes, vlt; School No. 4. J. M. Ray.. 4- guests.. ' 1 N_

{'mile post between sections' and 19 Uenny Addlson, 'J.Alderman, Lena School No. 0 C. P. Belknap. The bride 1* one:"bf Klsslmmee's ." 1\ .
25 a 30 and .running thence Alderman, C. A. Underbill, C. E. Glb- most ladles '
Iq i tp r e, School No. 13 O. M. Hubbard, popular young possessing '
'due east to Lake East TohopekallgaAlorjg spn,>T. F. Alderman, and J..S. Walker Prlpolpal, Miss Carrie TI.oo'A..I.. a personality which charm all Agents for the PITjiSBlrtGII:' STEEL I fENCE.Get .

the section line between section have also been legally notified. by ant.. with whom sba.come! in contact. She .., ;

18. and 19, and IT am 20, and 1ft and 21.On mall of such intention, and' no written School No. 28, O. J. Moor: ha for a number of years been organist : rf000OC900000t1000 : '
motion of. Elr S. Partin seconded protest 'having heeD I this day filed School No. 35, Miss Ella Osborne.- and leader of the choir at the I ,our prkes''betore buying:.', elsewhere_ .il

byiW.) ( W. Ivej the following 'public i against such establishment: 'The other teachers will be appoint.ed Methodist church, and in this capacity ". ,
road were established to.wit: Resolved that the road from J, S. later. a* well as to many other, she will be II :. :

|f The report of J.W. Oliver, County I Walker's store to tbn'B...inger ''ware very much missed.! The choir in token . ;_ ,.J II ;" : .:', ;'f
.Surveyor, showing surrey of proposed i house as It now runs through the nwj Carload of'Watermelons otheir( appreciation' gave. her ft ,. t ,.... ,, 't' jjJ :;,

' i change of the public road as it now of! nwj of'section 33 In tp 35 's r 33 e, Waters A Carson Grocery Co.ship: beautiful gilded clock with an appropriate : . ,. ._. ; ." '/ ', .- .'4P'. J"
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I runs.from section 18 In tp 28 s'r 30 e,1"bY' changed as' follow, 'and said ped a carload of watermelons" ,lat tDlCrlptlon'nirra..ed. ;:;"oo"tn'e ": .w" .I '; f

dOD 12 In, tp 27 s r'30 e., 'as defined changed road. be established a* a pub-" Saturday. This wa tbe first. to move back, which'.will probably be more NEW : GROCERY ''STORE-.I. , if

''upon at< the last '-.regular. i \\lo road: Beginning st the'ne cornerof from .,this:point.. this ''lea.on. They highly cherished than any.\ of her many . 'r!' .. ,'l ,
filed and the said forty and running thence west beautiful presents,. .' "
t 'ag, was following were principally VTrlumph" 'melon We have)ast opened up at Bandy &; Bandy's r
adopted) ;. Leave. the present 20 chains to-tbe '''nw' 'corner' of said and .averaged between 35 .and 40 Ib.acb. *. Tbe,groom 1* a rising, young man .. -old .t.aad"IIobaful1..toc, fresh '.'iV: :, ff

y 0chainssouth.: ,-1. degrees forty acre tract, ; and that the. I, present .- These melons were grown by of Cairo Ga.( being' Interested. with FAMILY GROCERIES: "
,, |f center of section 18,tp 26 s r 30no. I-road be discontinued Messrs' Padgett &; 'Beach, who ''ex his brother in the mercantile business FANCY AND, : "o It .

south 37)'degrees, east 270 I t.The County,,8urveyor'presented, his pact to ship several more darn'' and ts also. assistant. postmaster, "''' and" respectfully' .01lci,'. share'of the Plabllo'i.': i i
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Ins through aeo'IoD.18. 21,'.A,'27, surreys of the road from KIsslmmee .. to thai town." patronage.. '.Free delivery '-to, all :paru/vof esa' .' _,'
..ToC Cola! !. Oa* Day ; ."1&7' : .! }? -W '1"H 1\\'
and 35> In tp 23 r 80*, thence south : to,the north line of the county.and on '. Tab The happy couple< left,, on the midnlffht > .,, '"11 "
Laxative
Take Bromo Quinine" . -
'cIetrree.; easel' 158 chain throughssptlou :' mot.lola'or J..F.,Williams seconded by let*. All druggists refund the money train ;for Jacksonville,, where NB"COL'Y'-'I'E' i' ,. COtBIER, ; .,,'W a.1"1*f".*_ .......i"' : A3; X,

i.. M and, through. sections B, 8. Partln tbe.route adopted is'' I the'on If It falls. to cur.: E* W. Ororre's- signature they .'will spend a few days before r .' y M., .. ,. \.. ,, C U -. -.-- ., r.lav. fiL ,J.1'q fr 1 ""YA.h'r"' :dt ".'
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rH. ,r.and' U. I... Ip27. a.I r3oek! >; interi4 -I' shown In'. .t.be"'Dot.1oe'..' .. .. :. '.published- ',<< ." la on 'each. -box. 230. tf going. oa" .tgfraiY.; ;;; , . . . ".. . . . "" ""' '1' .....". .. .. .'. ", e' ''' '- "
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forced into a position thus osaana4 SOLD
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explanation."Bat bs.'as wen. as X, eaacnleted'ttoe .,

AMATTERMILLIONS; -:- p i little upon the resistance which afctdafin ) ri.l :

.. I all noble natures. Ton 'Would bof Doirigs dad Houses
leave the town and, you would preserve > ; By Great' Packing

the attitude of a lover, and
.Investigators
though Mr. Deirraw did not seem to be Say Special

1. much affected! by your rivalry. I knew r... ..... ... .." ..... " ..... ,, ... .... ... ... ... ... ..... ... .T_ T.'" ... ,
that MofaUlIl had conceived the deepest .
4t hatred for you and that te only For Work on the St. John*. 'Forest'Reservee' for Florida. SHOCKING REVELATIONS :

awaited an opportunity: In seder W The Times-Union says, editorially The United States land office lu

Bj Anna Kattanflo Greco A.ua..r"re.. s.n.a.. destroy you."The Those who would criticize the sundry O'aIDonUbu\ received from the *, 4
,J announcementmad .
s. sw 1 by bin civil bill on the Idea that 1U .appropriation general, land commissioner general Sends Report to Congress 4
.rriti.MT, I.e.,our a..ellv..aaea s Sae. master elf a particular 4uJre'Ie see .President *
t mi" on a certain morning taken wit are too large should remember > land office, Washington, a letter of instructions .Accompanied by Sp.clal'M..g.l /
that for the present It practically : which will ultimately :-seraa +
'' ,4 the fact that a lawyer had already bees Calling for Most Drastlo
CHAPTER' XUV. see that If we stllf'hoped to succeedIn .summoned to accompany him 011'this Include the river and harbor great deal to the people of Florida,

, ?_ Continued. the .undertaking we had formed, I Interview, brought matters to a climax bill, for jao bill for work on' rivers as It provides for a forest reserve, Legislation, ,'

r' .*'" "At last the day came, and Z lay on mo.t '..cape the consequences of our The wretch attempted your life, and and harbors, 'will be passed at this which: has been so.long and, so badly, -' (
laid before
by conch, trembling and fearful-no1 regions mistake by a sudden and though I knew .nothing of It at the session. The bill passed by the last neoded In, the state.A 'when Speaker. Cannon

of any possible result of,the deceptionI Immediate flight And though X ex* time nor of the Jeopardy In wblch II congress was for only a small amount, few months. ago, In compliance: the' house Monday President RooseI ,

i was about to practice, but of the perlenoed: a moment of rebellion and placed him wltfi the police, I did knot while the, bill passed by the 11ft 1'- with nunierous requests the general velt's message and summary ,ot the

'I I long sleep into which I must' ge, as- almost refused to hnve scything/ more that lie desired to have some talk wit 'seventh congress was liberal when land office: detailed a special forestry made by Messrs.. Neill !j

Into a tomb. But tho Portuguese was to do with the plot; I: soon found 1 me, for I had beard from my window, considered: by Itself;, it was not liberal reserve agent to come to this state, investigation 4
with, lacked J>oth the courage .and the wit .-and Reynolds on the: methods ofJh {; :
me, and she comforted toe; and where I Invariably sat between the when considered as an appropriation"1 and make investigation, with the ie-
.. when I finally felt the shadows cilPep"' to contend: with these two subtle and hours of eleven and twelve the short for four years as It was. 'In Ihe suit that,. from the report submitted beet packers, great Interest wail displayed

ing ever my . dangerous adventurers I became and peculiar bird whistle( ," vrhich bad tartr-slxth' : .congress senator Carter it has now been ordered that tho by the' members In the message
-that she ivutepered. Id a certain harsh again tool in their hands, and after been made a signal between us. '
The readingof
talked the bill to death, and the'noxtbill land office: at Gainesville retain three of the president
i.. yet persuasive manner:'' He Is handsome I hearing an explanation of how they "It was a hateful call to me, but 1dared was closely followed. '
was necessarily larger because of 1m1nense lracts for forestry reserve. the message
had Just discovered tbs fact that there .a
slgnorlna and If be awakes not slight It. .A* In antjclpatioibf !
the fact that no appropriation" had: One of these reaeiye. will be located and at Its conclusion: there was a
Hamilton and that
1 you as the Fairy Prince did the Sleep. were two Degraws, his purpose, I hid already opened a
artist bad'' been made by the preceding congress... in Florida in the southern show of applause, which was Instantly
the I West
M 4c log: Beauty you,need not feel alarmed whom attempted to 'Window In the hall below. I bad only ,
t,; as If he were an ojrre' That made me Inveigle was not the gentleman witl to descend to the lower floor to meet The appropriation for the St. Johns sections of Walton and ""Santa Rosa checked by the speaker referring d

It smile,, and so I fell sleep,as a child tbe millions at his disposal, they Informed -'. him. But-when X stepped from my proposed In the sundry civil bilk) would counties; one to be located In the the documentand the accompanying /

t' might, Then she went away and her me that, so far from being discouraged room, .I became aware possibly by. provide no-new expenditure. Contracts eastern section .of Marlon county; one papers to the committee: on agriculture. :

\ , a sister. Annette took ir place, because by the first failure: they had some occult Influence, that I was'cool covering the amount proposed? were to be located In Brevard county. on .
i\t\t the Portuguese herself was known*'to formed another plot by which 'the alone In the hall; that my actions 'W.n authorized by the preceding congress, :Mwitt's Island! The members generally seemed .

y, Mr. Degraw. Annetta was not bright, right man was to be reached. ,Whereupon observed, and that my future step Slnce: no fault: was found with this The reserve will comprise thousands shocked by the revolting conditions '

t : and so was not fully' taken Into their I told them about Miss Aspln- would be watched not followed.. authorization It seems that good faith of acres, and Is destined to accomplish Indicated in the. message: The president ,, ';

'"T, -- "Confidence.'but"sLa uD4er.tood'Whlt, wall's unexpected visit. to me, and they "Wlat should I dOT 'Oo back: It would require that It be carried out much in educating the people urges Immediate and drastic.

I: \ she had to do.-and how to do It. The agreed that I should make an effortto was too late. But how go forward by making the appropriation pro In the maUSr! :) of protecting the legislation. '

! t ,rest X,.was expected, to manage mIr ,.- bring myself: Into her notice, as the Without awakening criticism and risk-' posed. forests Shocking Conditions Revealed

,t': .' J. *. plan they had formed necessitated my lag discovery; Happily my: training Not to make It might be wasteful The following Is a summary of the' '

"Meanwhile a fearful mistake had being introduced In some highly respectable for the stag had Included the study If the work Is delayed ''come of Its Strohbsr Again Indicted. report of Reynolds and Nelt.-the special -

f' been made. By chance, which 1 can way Into the society frequented Df the part of La Sonnambula and remembering good results will be lost Mora can cot\1rolltee-8.IJpoln1eeJ. by President.
The of the term
grand Jury spring
.' only.regard now as the workings by tbe Cleveland millionaire It at this critical moment, be accomplished by continuing the Roosevelt to investigate the packing:
Providence, the Portuguese bad been This advice I was not loth to follow, t mad my body"rigid and fixed myrase of tho circuit: court! at Gainesvilleconvened \ 'houle'caDdal .
work steadily until the plan Is corn ; :
r 1/ ted to confound the disposer of Mr. I for ambition TV us by no means dead ,and so passed on without pans to inquire into the IrregularlOes J
i De1ane,'. fortune with the Hamilton within me.. 80, after a couple of weeks' shrinking" though Inwardly greatly plated than by doing It spasmodically.The of the "grand jury at. the last The report says that two,and a half

I' Degraw whose name was In the ball- spent In a \Vestdiester town, I made ngltated. For the person engaged In work is Important not' only for regular term of the circuit: returned week.'were.peDt la the investigationin

+ Way of. a* certain building that she a bold move toward Great Harrington watching me were Hilary; and a straorer. Jacksonville: but for the ,re.tet'part indictments: against J. *N. Stroh bar, Chicago, during' which '"we went t' ti

: s' sometimes pased. Her reason. was not where as Montelll bad managed to whose presence awakened"my of Florida and for lap rt. of Georgia. former agent of Uje" Atlantic .Coast through the principal.packing: houses ; ,;,

a poor one.. She had seen Mr. Degraw Inform me,- Miss Asplnwoll" had now keenest fears, though no thought: of Line, and against J. C. B. and Wllllnm In the stock yards district, together r

;; .r.f! .Cleveland, come out ef that buildIng taken up her Ib04 pis being a member of the pollc Lake City Secures Injunction.: Thomas, for attempting to bribe the with a few of the'Im.ner ones.. :

I'. one day,' and.being too Ignorant ")loDtelll, meanwhile, bad ""uDd frosted my-mind. An Injunction: was served at Lako last grand jury, Both Thomases aro The report Bays that in many of the : ,:

to. know that the ,artist who worked enough to do la New York. Though, "Bat this was nothing to the shoe's-. City 'a few days ago restraining the held under $1,400 bonds for appearances rooms where water Is used freely the"floors '_

r. and roomed there was an old resident as I have before dectr red. I knew nothing which followed, when In' another mOo shipment of the equipment cf the unI- .at the next term of the circuit, : are soaked and slimy .and the ": .4

"a of New Tort took It for granted that then of tbe cruel acts' be was engaged taent I enconatsred 70tJ. This I was versity from Lake City One distinctive court. dark and dingy rooms are naturally ;,
|
. : this was his place of work, and tbe spot In, I have reason to think now pot prepared rat, and I Inwardly ground of the Injunction: Is that Sensational charges are also made not kept suitably clean. An absenceof : ;;

tri-.: 1 I where he was to' be found. that be wrote the Vote and poisoned the I laying. But Instinct kept me from be the Agricultural: College, an equlYII \- that certain prominent attorneys had cleanliness was found everywhere
'
"She gave Montelll the lIame hnpres- bonbons that destroyed the factory; : myself. I retained my studied lent of which Is retained as a department attempted to bribe tharecu1a.rgrand' In the bandllng of meat pending preparation .
.I Ion 'read did not wish girt lie found at that time attracting and went by like '
i: at they to arose planner you an apt of the new university, was located jurors by giving them whiskey. The for the various meat food :
.; suspicion by betraying their Interest the notice of Mr. Degraw. He had by t arltlon. :But.terror was in my heart
The that sent
at Lake In products. part we s s'from ,
City consideration grand jury, at the last regular term,
I In this man. they were nt&ther of them this time caused himself to be engagedas for I not only saw that for some reason the cooling room to those departments .
of the donation of the found bill Stroh bar since
necessary: no against ,
it undeceived as to the matter till after that gentleman's valet, and so had ill my friend were on the alert either
'where various forms of
the note had been delivered which ample opportunity to follow 'his mar to surprise my secret,"or give era a pro. grounds on which to locate the campus which time he left the city. ,i_'
meat products are prepared, are handled
lured you to this spot. And 80.'my beloved ter's movements and Interfere In his 'lection I was far from needing But experimental farm and the erection i
: it was upon your:.face that my plans. He also'must have misled the I was under the constant apprehension of the main building being donated The citizens of Mlakka held an enthusiastic with no regard whatever for ;;;
eyes: opened when I at last* awoke young girl at Miss Hadden's .school If Montelll making his appearance and to the board of trustees; that the meeting recently to take cleanliness.' The workers climb: over :

out of my sleep;. upon :yon who held Into thinking she had .a lover in Mr. to provoking a conflict which might removal of the, Agricultural: College the1 Initiative steps toward building a heaps! of meat, select the pieces: they :. ,".

In your first look an instant key to toy Degraw for that gentleman certainly knd disastrously for you You remember Is Involved In the permanent location. railroad to either the Atlantic Coat: t wish and frequently throw them down t:

r' heart, and mad me feel,".before-I never wrote her the letter she received. how I gave a weapon In the shape at Gainesville and Its rpnioval; from Line railroad on the coast, or to the upon the dirty floor beside their .:;

I had fully realized 'all that .my senna But: as I say1, 1 was In happy Ignoranceof .fa, sharp paper knif*.And then bow Lake Cityj: -that this Is not made In Seaboard Air Line railroad, on the bench.__ i

r dons meant, that I had left myself: this, and though soon after my Interview I wandered Into the back hall In the the Buckman: act. but by act of the '.week Mlakka is situated equl-dls- "lu a word; the report added, "we l

u .1* a scheme of which! WM already wjth Miss AsplnwaU at the epic of cutting off! Montelll and thus' Joint board of control for which no 4ant between these two railroads, the meat shoveled from filthy wooden 1'1laW

,I heartily ashamed, and which for some station I came to know putt dancer Insuring not only ills safety; but. your reason exists, can: be eilven or ever distance to ,eil.cb being about fifteen floors, piled on tables rarely wash
reason. I could not' explain X should had followed the steps of "various girls ,wn.. has been'yeD.. miles. A temporary organization was ed, pushed from room to'room on .

find It difficult to carry; through 'In who bore my name X shut my eyes: to effected and, after some discussion: rotten box carts, fa all of which processes

peace and 'serenity the suspicions now rife In my, heart, *T did not meet.blm., though he must The typographical: union at Tampa a committee was appointed, whose 'It was in the way of gathertag

But I had learned my lesson wen, and, happy In my own Innocence, went lave been there, and I came back hopeful called a strike of the composing room duty it will be 'to make a thoroughinvestigation dirt, splinters and floor filth It
.' ill and tried to acquit myself according en in the way Into which I had .been I was always th@ reply that this meat
and went again upstairs. But hor- force of the Vampa Morning Trlb- of the cost of either a
to its teachings.: Believing yon to. beth forced ror awaited me. When I reached my I une. 'The contention of,the union Is rail or a tram. road and to report at would afterwards be,cooked: and this .,,.
manwho controlled the "The life in Great Barrington
great ,yox chamber door, I perceived tile fierce-I,that the Tribune, while professing to a. meeting to be held June 9. sterilization would prevent any: dancer
amount of money'destined for the fortunate know; Hilary yon know. Ton can Imagine -
from
its A
use,
Jenny wbo eye and threatening form of this : run a unionshop bas. not done so, very considerable
Roger should most the
welcome which her pity
gave dangerous and that the reputed sale of the job A "'D..tloD.ral created In Pensa- portion of the meat so bandiedIs
deeply interest and pleas I'told man emerging from theback
you. me. and afterward, the sweet atmosphere i'
you the story of my-life artfully.concealing ; created around me by her at. staircase, and though"I bad no department to Hewitt Hill who has cola, a day or two azo'when) it 'became ., sent out as smoked products. and

my real name, for fear of 'ectlon. Unworthy as I felt of It I fear of his keen knife, I'bad of the deletion been running It as an open' shop was. : known that M. L. Rock and lathe prepared.form be'eaten of sausages, which are ;;;,k
not made and that he has been Solomon Levy had been arrested to without being".oooke4. ;;
awakening conducting by
your suspicion before I bad nevertheless accepted 'It with a full of, our secret; for I knew that .
.."- ,attained it really as part of the the federal authorities tho .
my end. heart It was so spontaneous and so Hilary and her strange companion a upon '
;
". Th result was encouraging. Ton trustful and raised me Into an atmosphere ,were watchingus from .behind .Tribune establishment-and that an interchange charges of conspiracy to transportand As an extreme example. of the entire 7

t t... evinced bat only Interest but admiration of luxury; for which I always that he had and of material and courtesies market lottery tickets. Both were disregard on the part of the em-" 1
but to drop a
word
and
own duplicity: I naturallyfelt that deeper experiences awaited me. You a for loop}our belying mutual his seeming antagonism department and the news department Is understood that a close: 'and secret handling dressed' meat,, we saw a

,elation of spirit which'Inevlttbl* fol came;and I gave up my heart and soul _n.' and my. .despicable understanding position to dis b* which has teen unfair to the union Investigation has been 1 In progress for hog that had just been killed, cleaned

low upon' the,success! of any under to your Influence,' and was so quick In covered whose members are employed 'In the some time In several southern cities, washed and started on Its way to the

taking. But alas) yon were curious earning the story; of love that I came "But h r subtle newspaper department The Tribune where I it Is alleged that lottery tick cooling room fall from the sliding w,
was too to make
r.! as'.wen as' Interested. Tou wondered near forgetting my: more worldly hopes such attributes the strike"to local: political eta are sold. The warrants were Issued rail to a dirty wooden! floor aid slide.
.p. as well a* admired, and. X was forced and only had them recalled to me by a mistake, or perhaps h* himself "had'rcelyed prejudice and asserts that It was upon Indictments returned by a part way Into a filthy men's privy
Into deeper deception In order,to explain : .the sudden lntrodictlonof, Mr. De- the forms of Hilary and It was
picked
; called to Injure Its Influence In the federal grand jury sitting In New Or up by two employee,
k.. s the surrounding by which w* ,graw. This.was-at critical moment fierceness municipal'campaign now at its heightThis leans. placed upon a truck, carried Into the

bad attempted, to make an impression jID our lives, yon remember, and yon his knife and I was vaguely asking the union meta deny ? cooling room and hung up with other ,
upon you As this bad been foreseen can imagine my sensations when 'I myself how h ... : : effort! 'It.
.d extricate me A notable change In newspaper circles carcasses, no being made to
and consequently provided for. I did perceived from the first look he from this "
gave situation, when your friend, has clean It"Department
The Norwegian steamship Parran, recently occurred at Tall
not find. any difficulty; In its perform- me, that I had but to smile upon him Mr. Byrd, extricated us both by: his hassee.
Captain A. Norberg. was cleared from Mr. I. B. Hllson, who for a I superintendents seem :
anc .
sav that sudden
my newiy.awakened; with half the fervor I smiled upon :you leap upon tile seeming assassin."In I
conscience rebelled.' To -otter charm Jacksonville for Havana,. .Cube, car- number of years has done the state to Ignore all the conditions: except the
any to the millions from his coffers. the
struggle that
followed
I
..Tying">sv rintlng, sold his interest In the Cap. account book, and proper care of the
thing that ari j
was not absolutely true. was and make myself. In fact what I had: bad no time to think...,My,.1 AI-III.t"''
rapidly becoming! nnendnrabl to me. been so long In fancy-the rich and those of Montelll as his knife flew from ties, valued at S1S.680. Thls'Is the l "Publishing .co P&Dr. to .Mr.Claude products and of health and comfort ,

but the necessity; 'of th*.moment was Dflnentlal "'Miss Rogers,' with something his hand and fell at my. feet; but I did largest solid cargo of crosstles ever L'Engrle of the Florida "Sun. Mr. Hll of the employees Is Impossible and the .I'

upon me, and I went through,with my beside her heart, to give to ,the not understand hJJ'lgokt Jbouah; I carried from Jacksonville to a foreign son has joined his family at Milton, consumer consequently! suffers. Tu i

{ role without flinching. Turning to man she loved. picked up the knife and sougut to escape port and only goes to show that the where they have resided since the 1st berculosis victims expectorate on th. : (

:Annetta I appeared to question her "''or, dearest doubt me not hi this, I with It to my room.:,But my fears foreign business of' the port Is steadily of January. :Mr, l/Engle Cartoonist spongy wooden floors of the darkrooms
U to what he would do In his
and
and she to;auwer me and When' I charge you To give you that,wealth disappointment drew me rage back. I Increasing. This cargo of 34,000 Taylor and Mr.' Fitzgerald will remove from which falling. scraps of t

w thought this miserable farce had gone was then my uppermost thought No must gain some assurance from him crosBtlos figured to superficial: feet their families to Tallahasseeto meat are later shoveled up to be later' 1,1
\ eD long enough I repeated to yon the idea of coquetry; was In my mind nor that he would' riot visit upon me the Would amount to about 860,000 I feet reside. The Dally Capital,' which converted Into food products'* %

Invented tale which bad been pot Into did his glance ardent thoulI'1tWal, misfortune that bad fallen upon him The steamer Parran hast a tonnage of was established by Mr. Hllsou five

.my mouth' by the wily Portuguese. arouse In me any suspicion that 'his self. And so I had-the course to- descend 1,248 and carries a crew of nineteenmen years ago, .has been discontinued.The Coal Minors Return to Work.
By this.1 hoped to explain: the clrrnnv personal feelings 'had been touched. I to where be had fallen, and look About 30,00)
4 ; This cargo was shipped to theWestern I coal miners Who have .
stances that had aroused your, curiosIty that be liked and that thy at him where be lay and listen to the
only saw me been
Railway .of Havana Cuba following officers elected on'strike for the
and phrases h* uttered, and which were' were : PUt two
dispel forever whatever doubt hope of acquiring his wealth was good and will be used In the of" by tho Florida Press months, resumed work t''
a* I took It.assurances that he still bad work extending AssociaUoQ at Monday, ;
might hare '
mind In reference been awakened .In your :and likely to reach fruition. X determined .hopes for himself, and little, if any that system's trackage on the meeting In Ocala: President C. throughout the state ..
to Montelll and hit to make myself as agreeable as resentment against m*. But when you
the Island L. Blttenger Ocala ,Ylce'preal4ent
connection ;
with myself. And I' succeeded 'I could to him,'even If I must seem to came forward and placed my arm in i. ,
; yon know bow X'succeeded. sacrifice my lots'' for:yon to my Interest :yours, his manner suddenly: changed H. Humphries; Braldentown; secretary BURTON OUT. ; COBURN"IN.
'ii 'But. a thunderbolt awaited me. ID'tbe newcomer as yon will remember, and be became I Details have just reached Live Oak T. J, Appleyard, Lake City' ; -

Just as renewed poses 'was settling "But.-alas l! I did not reckon upon the quite fierce. He foresaw difficulties ;of a murder at bbrien, which, occurred treasurer, J. W. White; Jacksonville: Convicted Senator Resigns and Qov. j

''eer'me. and I. began to realize the passions of men or the watchful eye of. If I clang to you- ,and threatened me at J o'clock In the morning;. Bart After*.a discussion: on several different Hoch Fills i a"
sweetness of hope.. Montelll burst Into the wicked. Montelll. Mr. Degraw' 'by word and gesture. I was glad when,, !tMSoCall became: Infatuated with the places: it was decided to hold tho United, Vacsncy.
,, States
the room and showed we were out of his sight and hearing. wife of his In next meeting at West. Senator Joseph ,R. 1
m* by .a word affections became engaged, and his and was relieved rather than abashed brother EdMcCall.: Key
'and look: that something had gone seriously valet saw It and warned me In tbe Interview when Mr. Orye proposed to watch the night: ; he visited his brother's '. Burton, after a conference In Topeka,

wrong, 'OoDtlJled.'u4"a1armed; we bad.at the picnic that If I beside my door and, keep me from home and made noises to arouse his W. P. Mallard, an engineer on tho with several close: friends, placed his

I awaited his explanation, and you can I allowed my manifest partiality for yon harm's way till after I bad heJd-r-th\ victim who went to a window previously Atlantic Coast Line{ was instant/! resignation in the" hands of Oor.Hoch i

.Ji, Imagine my horror and surprise when to show Itself be would make that partiality promised Interview with Mr. Degraw, opened uy Bart and was then killed and his fireman, William Mandville Monday and

't 'Annette' approached and whispered lamy fatal ,Indeed,he went se far which be' and you supposed would shot by Bart with a shotgun dying seriously injured by the engine Later in the It was accepted.:
;*ar:' 'A'mistake baa been place m* beyond the malice or revenge day Foster Dwight
mad
;
. ; ,as to. X must on awning
say thaj!. go almost Instantly. Officers arrested colliding with a passenger train at
thl la not the right man! of the persons believed to b* my en** Coburn the widely known atrlcUtu-
upon the millionaire or see yon perish; antes Bart, who broke down and 'confessed Nowberry.-Mallard was'running his -
rat was
)t.t th.'Jt "f"Iau1 And I had all appointed by
Oor. Hoch to
toe this man, who bad already shortened :'All,, and was jailed In >Live Oak. engine into the. station
Mrs.Ed to
.
; ; little make up fill the
mot exchanged 'with you jooks of a ,one,poor Ufsvi was not.going to "Of that Interview I need say : vacancy.: Mr. Coburn has'not
predation! knd love. hocked. If not let another stand In his way when he- It'was a surprise to me in more waysthan :UoCall had repelled the advances his train. There was a heavy fog, definitely accepted the appointment .
""i I w on*. I had not expected: yon to \intade by her brother-in-law. The Mcwere and he crashed into the pu.eDgertrain' He, was not '
f M.
< >
,," >t flTslftt'aisBtU!! yH CJOTlp Qt &9J OtMtJMrocBt. saw the success of his schemes threatened bad farmers even a candidate for, the J
'. be present, and I not looked for the Calls '
W'Jthput It.Captain .
seeing
and that,was to b* rid of ywnr *s be judged,"by; a"woman's silly proposal, ..... 1th which Mr. Degraw I .., . 1- appointment _
.
*' passion.. 'And I'.war tonvlnced that his gift tilt I' bad. I
prefaced great '
*peMDa i .had. been stirred and my I these were no mere threats on his 'might hav been better prepared, to i ,A strong; company',:-has :been*''or { i .John ;Miller,. ,who ,In the CAUSED',BY-REVOLUTIONISTS. .JOutbreak

...baed. tnlt1Iear''lDecI.1 part; and became greatlyfrightened meet It., I could not have accepted It ,ganlzed at, Tampa '''to ,construct the .auxiliary; yacht Tarpon"went out sore I. .' .
;t o' fat*.forget/aU,this and I promised'to and took those secret measures te wan vn If''upon lie acceptance had hung -
,Me yon c h4next cia,. If yon would oalyJaa.ve yoti, .wII IiI. am' sere .you ban;,no\ the waalth'''I' now. saw almost within ;proposed Klrkpatrlck electrlo railroad days' ago) to March,for' the:schooner .at I'Cansnta, Mexico, Fe-

;r,'",- m Ton 'went andJwithrrbstevrgirIi g "my grasp. 'had decided in the night :from that ,clty to Sulphur ,Springs. Vandalla, Captain W. 3.' Vogarty.. m ented'at .t .Louis: Me. 1
,
,
<;; :;..tjpu. ** and I tU how I attested American
cannot you was : ;
M .. Henceforth. I His :.all substantial capitalists and month,' returned' ta am
: m was awotnanI tPrpsssjiyas 'to 'alarm you 'and by his generosity which 1Rm they over. a ago, bassador to Mexico, has
.r -' rtlnnfcttl yon,' 'bat' not wtUs anfatMboedJ .thus fore*.yew Jt. luv.'tha town, or fro*,to ''be*tow' htad'aad waalth ;say.'that no Urn*" will be lost In 'putting TaI)Pa' and, reported having found 'ih*"state' 'department '!11I"an'telegraphed

l Waayj hopd arl/eat.!ee.Nta1Cihtal. Upr'Itb lab JflwLI a 'nle. Into operation an, eleqtrte tear the,'Vandalla bottom, 'up/.jBms, miles Instructions'' answer
r ?', tM ta, in-a> ilavaad.. .If JWft -.myself] ......,That' Jts- was:fc'Wa. ef 4erteesf ,,';f ob.asttnued.r., :lira. to the sulphur,.springs,':about:.sl* 'off,:Cap )ranshoelabout, ,,100, .miles :..., 'disturbances: relating: to the Can.' 'l, '

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nilDYRIOT"Mad ; Recommends Expulsion of v' { & '

Mormon ,from. ,eenato:, and''tiart i ofCorimissl' '
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'l \1 t.1' ; ': Action ,O* TaknaV' ,,One. *.?,'X : AfteFtTi.tohia'syWedd'ln; O' and Answers, _

._.. .. 'Questions of Atlantanse'MAKES '.
That RcW t Smoot Is not entitled toWs .
,,, '' ,
seat !la; tho United SUtei>*enat* .'
Mexican Miners .
AS,a,senator f npi Utah wa' thee. de. SIXTEENPEOPlE- (ILlED BANQUET SPEECH

drlon ct tho senate committee on ,
,Attack AmericansfORTYJTviCTIMS +
privilege ahd elections declared Fri .

day by a\,. te 2f:1: to 8. On Bomb Was Fortunately Dflsctd Explains Some Inside Intricacies' Inr '

The decision wa* oh Senator pu.t and Llvs of King and Newly I Connection with Great Ditch and '

t b 6U resolution offered at the meeting Mad 'Quan War. ,Saved.*l' '', the Situation a* It Prevail A'SURB; CURE t

q; of two weeks ago which vas-carried j''\ ProcMslen. .tt'red. "* at Present on Isthmus. -
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Pcttua, -- .. 1fc.MCII. I e
by Senators Burrows Deliver ----" '

Overman..ralley and Dubois and Frafler -. 0 At M.a drld. Spain Thursday-; at One of the largest most representative ANTISEPTIC
that ) .
antes.
stops Irrltatjoe Iofiam ;
Literal War Breaks Out at voting In the'' af&nnaUve.. .HopIrlns. noon..King Alfonso and Princes Victoria and enthusiastically interested a*> IIIatba and drama CIIIt PaID. ---- -elf.
of Battenburg were married ,lath emblages of Atlantans wan that gathered t .
;, Cananea, Mexico, Where Beverldge and knox In. the negalive. : *Church of Ban Jeronlmo. Justus at UM New' Kimball Wednesday .PINETltATES the Porarlaoaa; the Ft6rons Tlnrta. Pn- ,

Tho vote of Senator :Depew> they were pronounced'man and wife, night to heart and welcome Theodore lnota v f.e dradatlon of the 81sod. IliYlac the 1ltrsd.s ,m.Wral

Is Located Big Copperr was not caitiPATTERSON the news was signalled to the waitIng Perry ebobts chairman of the Isthmian

1 I crowds canal commission '
and all Madrid broke Into
Camp of Greene Co. NOMINATED frantic demonstration of ,joy while The ,big ban.qllet.roolD '
---.J/ cannon bo..med and church bell Kimball was.erowded. the guest com-

r A special from Naco,, Aria: ., says For', Governer) of TennM After s' chimed. log at the Invitation of the Atlanta CURED 'OF PARALYSIS 1 1W.

Tairty-flv' Mexicans and six' Americans ' Bitter, Fight In Convention. : Entering the ,royal coach the kTng c.tiamber of commerce. At seven. B. Halley. P. o. Tree,T-u. writaf ""J ", t'
IsI -MaJ olm.1\o Patterson of Memphis : and queen of Spain began the retain o'clock a denghtful buffet supper wa wife bad been 1 snnetieg A.. year.with puaJnIa La
i were killed Friday ,at Cananea, representative In congresi from the; Journey to the palace amid scenes of served," and it wa not until after bet ....'wbeD I wu persuaded to w Ba1Juc1.al.ew '

iMtoxtco, forty miles couth of Naoo. tenth district, was nominated for : the wildest enthusiasm, the throngs eight o'clock that Mr. Shout wa introduced UaImea, which e8ecte4 s cc.=:- ClUe. I p1 ) 'J au
Lave mine need it foe eW
akin ;
sores. froR sad
where Is'' located the great copper governor Friday night by the state shouting "Long live Queen Vlctorlal"Just for an. address., However .a.p.t.tona. n don 1M wssk." J I "

'amps of Colonel W. C. Greene. democratic convention In .cslon at as they were nearing the end just before making the regular address .UT..EN1' ON'DRTII '' 4
once ..
TRIED ALWA1'i'U*t
The trouble arose.over the(demand Nashville no ether name being presented of the progress to the royal palace, which he had prepared Mr. ..alEftlaa M.L $UBB+uTuitsThRX

of the Mexican for'an Increase In for consideration. nomination a bomb narrowly missed ending their. Shout stated: that he had been asked 3'ZES I 2Sc..soo... $l.o0
",.apes from $3.60 to $5.00 per day. cam after four days of the stormiest live a number of question by the member ,

1 *.\:rery effort was made to pacify staU political,J''gathering In the An omclal statement' Indicates ,the of the chamber of'commerce regarding BALLARD SNOW LlrNllVENr CO..

liras the*excited Mexicans. However between history of Tennessee,, and after ,a possibility that two bomb. were the Panama 'canal, and he aT. LOtfiS U. L ti '

4 and s o'clock Friday. afternoon campaign made potable by the bitterness thrown .on* exploding. in the air by .would take great pleasure In answer_ '

the Mexicans opened flre on I and ,personal nature of the striking a telegraph wire and the lag them.
.
the Americans with the result a.* content, between' Mr. Patterson' : and other falling ao ,close to the royalcairlage Mr. Shouts In answering these ,,OLD AND UCOM HDED.Y

stated. Governor John .I Cox incumbent that a' groom'at the head of ,,questions, aaldjn part:
There bas been bad blood at Can- ; For Sale at' ROBER59N'S DRUG ,STORE.
Judge Join R. Bond was- also nn the wheel horses was killed, as .also 'When the commission assumed

ttiioa for some time, and only a month aspirant\ were the wheel horses. charge o'f !Its present undertaking we ,

>, ago. the home of the superintendent There were contests In many counties : '' At least sixteen 'persons were killed 'found affairs at the '"Washington end

/of .he mine was dynamited b, :unkuc and not until the second day and'a large number wounded. SUspicion In a chaotlo: condition. .Our first work 'ISS'IMMEE

k Ii A rartles. Friday one of the po- was temporary,. ()organization perfected. points to a Catalonlan named' was at this end to create a 'Washington

z lIt.-;.c.i:: of the city was killed by an Then the credentials committee .undertook Manuel Duran. as .the t leader of, the' office of administration for'sup

.As ii'can: who claimed It was a pores Its herculean task which j it regicidal conspiracy, and he Is In piles accounts! finances, etc. '

: i grievance he had for .the Mex. only completed Friday morning, when prison awaiting examination, "Preparing' to start for the canal RIVES: EO.UTE:

I ; 'ican. This'started the outbreak. majority and minority reports on seVeral The following were killed: Captain In June, we received the resignation, ,

Colonel W. C. Greene, president of the contested counties were Parroaa. commanding part 'of theking's of Engineer Wallace; and' for :that
of the Cananea Consolidated Copper STEAMER LTUJB! BTKAMEB' ROSEADA!: '"'
submitted Ctubbornly the fight; was escort; ,Lieutenant Reyslent; reason our trip was delayed and It
company wires 'B.' A. Packard. II1&n"- Captain Clay'Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.' '
continued on the floor over adoption.but Lieutenant Pendergait; six soldiers was July before :we: arrived''at 'Pan '
*vcr of his cattle ranch, that forty-, gradually it became evident: that the Marquise of Oolosa;. her 'daughter ama. Store we found a I state of affairs Regular.vkly: trips to Baislnger sd return Rossada lave Kiss..'

!, one<< men had been killed. Amert- putterson's strength was growlng.and ; Don Antonio Calvo his niece little short of panic among the .** Tnasday morning, and. arrive Klssinuna Friday vnlng.. :;
yin Consul W,, J, Galbraith wired gpadal Charter Trips to Lake Oko>obe and Fort Myers oa ta* Unia;'
at length; at 4:45: p. m., when adjournment aged six years; Jose Soma; military; employee, and it was evident that
The war department asking that taken to 8 o'clock It was royal who Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.
way Luis Fonseca; one groom .the least trouble of any kind would
troops: .be'sent from Fort Huaehnca, apparent to all that, Cox was defeated. was leading m. horse drawing the) flan preolptated such disastrous results ' The most plctaresqua-Waterway In Florida *
Arts., 'protect American cltiiensind Itor rassanger and Freight .Kate apply to
coach tb* king and queen.Sereral end-In
I'' carrying ,a* to a real panic, which .. J
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property. CULT JOHNSON. Proprietor.
When the convention reassembledat of'thoe !killed were standing .'would prove' at terrible detrlmt it to'the ,
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Two companies of mounted, man Oa board "U1U. KisUmm.>flav
R o'clock. Friday night Horace 1L on the balcony of the house, from entire undertaking. I. do not
armed to the teeth left Btsbee Friday Palmer of Rutherford county, was Installed which the bomb'was thrown. ' 'mean to reflect oa any one but merely .,-.

night for the seat of trouble. as permanent chairman and The explosion occurred,lust,a* the It&te'wha&' were'' th* existing conditions. , ,
:lt Vice Consul Alvarez, a Mexican) at- when nominations were called for royal couple were about to enter the ACTUAL EARTH'
w Cananea, stated that American aol- preeenLtHe I : CASHoji
was of the cortege had .
only Patterson's name palace.yThe route "Governor Hagoon wa holding the ,
diem or armed men'would not be allowed
to cross the line was nominated on a 'viva roc been,Diverted from:Arsenal street to fort ..edII7ancI the sanitary engineers Let n* ..."how much actual. cash $lgi; In Germany the 'caah 'per:es its;'

voter much enthu81 'prevailing.'.. Mayor" c:.reet, owing to popnlar do- were-doing their work ''effectlvF there t* la the-pocketbook of various would amount to only $1?.- Russia St;

QUIET IS RESTORED.Lateat sire*. Tie procession had Just pass' ly, although It may' have seemed to nations: and understand by comparison. and ,Japan $3.'while In Cuba each person <.j
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L SHADOWS OVER MADRID. ed through! Mayor' 'street. and ,wa others that that were giving very ['how rich we really are. The total would Let; a $I bill ,,;
dispatches from Bisbeshlate ... ,i about to turn Into the Esplanade leading great deal of attention to theory. But stock of money In gold silver and uncovered Of the world! 12000000.000 'Vcash !
thai at Cananea Is again
the altuation
L Royal Pair !In' Great Fear-Bomb KilLed ,to the palace.when -explosion ,they had accomplished, much and had paper In ''the whole world $1.000,000.000-) right here b
normaL The _
American :volunteers 20 People and Wounded 60. ,; shook the buildings lit the vicinity proved that theta theories were all amount In round figure' 'to- 11,000- the United States And;ono-twenty. :.
who went the line at Naoo
across 'number of fifth "of all the;.cashIn old ,la the
stunning a large pea
The tension of the populace rignt. After careful examination the
nervous ) -
,with Oovernor Taabel of Sonora onSaturday .
; world 1 stored In, NewYprk alone.
sp inextricable *
the cortege into /
and throwing
has been ple first thing we did .
wroughtup to
morning, returned to Bla- of Madrid. spain.. confusion way .topthe :.12.000,000,000 Hence we bare In our This gold this ,symbol and 1On
boG at S o'clock Sunday morning to the highest pitch by the terrible coach was brought to a work that was going on close down own pares one-sixth of aU the cash of of wealth'come.,,like all things'

Their services were no longer. needed events of King. Alfonso's wedding The royal and the shovels and prepare 'a. regular the globe from ;th. ground, from,mi..*.' H .
the shock officer "
*,although their presence there during day. sudden stop by campaign tor the purpose of getting The.. ,figures-and this Is a fact again wo lead all nation for we
Saturday before the )arrival of Queen, Victoria Is said to be Inconsolable soldiers of the escort falling to the ready :to work on a sound and practical .which must be emphasised- not''' selves pro****_toM-tal'd of all the i
'
Colonel' Kosterlisky with Mexican rurales 4.claringthat, ; she 4* responsible ,ground about the equerry and horses basfs. Sickness was 011 every represent the wealth of nations. ''Far of the earta' a* wa l.r..... one.tit

held the situation in check for' so many persons. ) .being' :that had been killed. The screams of hand supplies 'were 'secured only at .from it Th. figures represent merely I of all tin ...**.. ,' '

The town t ta now under martial killed. the terrified multitude' mingled with enormous price, and there were coma the available hard cash. ,Divide,.this i O$r eMsC,....inan!. ,a to tote prosact

lawand Colonel Kosterlisky Is dlk- ". 'King Alfonso had an even more miraculous ' the groans of the dying? It was Immedfately"seen hardly' able to, earn the real, necessi. hard cash of the earth among the are the nttee*.ef Colorado. Booth
\ that the royal coach inhabitants thereof and- each Idaho,; Montana.Oregon'Arisona .
arming Americans and Mexicans ,, escape than Is generally ; ties. nan, D.kota..PaIlfornJ-
alike. A telephone message to the known. A., fragment of the bomb was Intact; except u It had been -So all the digging wa stopped! !and woman and child would have ,to. But ,- New.Mexico. ,and ,

Blabs Review Sunday say not a struck his oreast, but the force ire damaged by flying splinters. King Alfonso .all available .force-aet to;work building divide,, the hard, cash of the United Alaska.:: Consider'merelyCripple', '
immediately alighted and assisted State among the people thereof and Creek A* tinder a magician' wand. ,
single shot baa been fired since Saturday broken by a chain, whichho was quarter to afford relief to all
Queen Victoria, out c* the car" classes of each of n* would ban fZS. And here that region has In fourteen' years .developed
laborer Even
afternoon at < o'clock. Colonel wearing. The chain waa broken, but the'Amer
They then entered another U one respect In which the people of until U now 'cover.atla.t',
Kotrllsky and Governor Tsabel. as- it stopped a piece of steel which might riage. lean clerk were then living la III-
foreign 1>0 mile* with elite* and
coach and were driven.swiftly to the. a country would have the batter square many: ,
slated by-General; Torres are all on otherwise have pierced: his breast smelling and unsanitary building of n*. Individually town connected one .With.tnothar by
the ground and Colonel Green makes Oeneral.\V.e"lEor. once governor general palace. W* fumigated each and every. house. '
that Were each nation to dlrld* its cash rait Here 1* an earnest, sober 'popa*
so quickly
'the statement that the trouble 1* of Cuba Vas one of those woun.Jied All this happened W* built administration house and amoor1ta-own .people each living human laUon, engaged In tile,ba.lft.I'of extract :

over. In the explosion. 'His condition la the people away from the immediate th* usual accessories. In place .of the being In Franca would hav. $15.. Ins precious;; metals from the ,.
not of the trag
A conservative estlmat of the number .aid to be serious. vicinity were aware 'even or Dine thousand men at.ibat or 910 more than each person In ,our mountains to the time, some year:of i
g killed in the two' days' fighting it The number killed by the bomb H edy. Soon however, there appeared time wtth.stcknes* and fear oa ...rT. country- under similar etrcumstanoe PS.000.OCO. So much for the work of''

w thirty-five Mexican and flfx American now plaoel at 20. and the number tit the' empty royal coach with two Ida, we now have a force of twenty )Meanwhile the divided cash of Great ...... la securing the 'ml.terla1'.fat'. .' :: :

*. wounded, tit 60. horses missing and the ether ,spat wven. thousand men who are happy Britain would give each $ toa only. money.-L.sli. Weekly,: "'

t, There ha been excitement toned with blood several of them and --at the time t left
no public Panama the '
In Mexico City over the Cana BURTON TO BB EXPELLED. bleeding from ,wounds. The groom percentage of aickne* was lees there WHERE HE ;JtOTICE-D CHAJ.IGZ'. : Ii. :: ..:.
In theapanaed '
looked deathly pale
and
drivers
sea riot, although much concern wa than It waa In'. New York city although 0'
uniforms.' Then came a boy In the of Democracy strength Upon one occasion, when the'wrt_
r,. dhown by American residents lost Senate Will Oust Him Unless He .Re. I should add that this was the days i
:r the trouble might spread through the signs Seat 'shouting that a bomb had beenthrown healthiest .season In Panama In New Hampshire the Patriot of Con. was engaged upon; the Patriot one of\
at the klngrII.: appearanceor ) cord under the editorial heads of But- the visitors from Rnmnay called at tn*>,:
unwise action of the people of Can- Introduceda :N. built
Senator! Bailey Friday sewer 'and'noa6i.. and '
the king and queen In a coach terfield and Hill. and later William ssnptum. explaining his purpose plseeof .
nnea.There. resolution in committee for the expulsion gay Panama the first clearing In
up sustained the rank residence and of the
brought out delirious ovation The Butterfleld, was by score years
was some ceasureexpreaed of Senator J. R. Burton of two hundred years.' We built, waterworks the .
recognized' that the soreretgns and file of that political faction to paper lid been in fimi'y. ;A. h* '
fact
, of Consul Galbraith for what' appear* Kansas. Action of the resolution was and have water from' mountain sucb a degree that Its presence In the alt .conversing and anl"'CTJDJ.'qa.. '
.
od to be hi. one-ldad attitude and went over until Tuesday. It I.' understood had been spared. streams, with four reservoir of household.had been\noted,from generation dons ac regards family, crop and mar
.-call for aid from hi. government. that the sentiment of the In the meantime the scene of the i large capacity. After completing better to generation and as Its read. Lets Col Bailey entered and ,was introduced -, 1

That more (Mexicans were killed and committee U,, such that'the- resolution tragedy presented a horrible specter .: health conditions building hotel, ers In various town visited Concordit I to the stranger as the "editor ,:

wounded than were American. 1* will be adopted if (Burton does ole,. with dead men and, horses lying and inert hall, the.laborer now have 'was regarded as a' uacredT duty to I of.the Patriot:: "'who'wrote the,numerous '

thought to show that the latter were I not resign before the next committee about literally torn to piece Intense house fit,to live In, and condition* call upon "Bill" ,Bntterfield.: Butter argumentative and virile srtlcle .

possibly the aggressor. meeting.; excitement prevailed, the mob fit, forwork.. ,"- field wa a very tall man very spsroIn which. warmed: the blood' 'of Rumney's \
invading.th* streets while the guards build. .and of a'deathlY'pl.le:: countenance ,- Democracy. (:' .
(I
SIXTEEN: HELD FOR LY.NQHING. WONT PAV EARTHQUAKE LOSSES sought to maintain order and block IION.TABL.E OUTS INTED MOB. . ; ', Col. Bailey':soon withdrew., having

the approaching streets.: The bodies About 1870 the ratrJot'pa..d from been closely 'studied1 by the ,visitor ,k
In blanket and the lands of Butterfleld Into those of who'was about to leave, when a parting .
yyi 'Frisco Leters were wrapped up ..
'
Bound Over for Making W.y'WIUI Will. Only B. Reimbursed Landed Alleged Murderer In Jail After" -
removed on litters while the wounded Cot.. E. C. Bailey. H.. wa the very Inquiry "Do )"OIIlInd many changss ,
Johnson-AI| RlMd on Ball for Damage by Fir*.; EaarUng, Chas*.
were taken to hospital.;la ambuvl&noea. opposite In appearance to' his predecessor in Concord since you were last herefwa
Charged with participating ID'the At the.meeting In New fork of theAmerican The covered' Pursued' '! by a mob, 'a constable" being of'medium stature, very met with. "Taa. a' great many
t' pavement wa ,
lynching of John V, Johnson, white fire Insurance' companies a the"uppei''stories of from Tlpf.oa'OOUDt7' arrived in ;fM tnphla.TeacL. stout' and of, declddly'' florid coun but there' the d-' dt change s*
with blood and
.man, sixteen men were' arraigned before resolution 'was adopted which, seta tenance. ,,"1'Ratt.-rft.J.t.-
Judge Walter Neal of the superior forth the attitude 0( the underwriters the buildings- nearest' were" ,.ispatterad' Thursday"witA Wflll WUllaa ..' '

,a' :. court In Wadesboro N. C.. bn In regard to liabilities at .San Francisco. with;It: / *. 'a negro Fri -.' and pao4.hinvla ,THOVGHT MIMIC ACTION :REALThe ,.,_.; :.
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Saturday i and were released under f 5r ?; ''J'b. rule adopted affect about ,.tTbe"plfrom'? which the bomb the Shelby county ',Jail for sat ,. V < .t
i la house. late Joseph .Jefferson used to -D.ter' before. *eea'any kladof'jb.a: .
000 ball each to appear at the next n per ceott the insurance carried: ,ws thrown. boarding keeping. WUUama, with two broth*: .
.1" : Tha traglo event and the narrowmargin '.that Iris career came nearbeing heal performance sat as ,,1f"'apelM;
term of the superior\ court la Union by the American companies and explicitly era, I* charged wtta hslllnc Jack Bid- lAY very '
bound. At the crack of the motaefB
by which King Alfonso an 3 nipped ta the bud ta a small ';'
oounty. which adjoin !
the la
county denies liability for purely dU,' awed known tamer ila Eon .
.. : i revolver,,however the-spell wa :....
t .which the lynching occurred.. arthako damage.* -"' the new queen escaped death has county; recently,," ',rIt .western town. H,* at that tine. wa a ly broken. !D: >:_ :

The men,'wer bound over lIJ1011'"probable 'It. Is now believed that the settlement .caused the' brilliancy of. the royal wedding 1* reported that on*'cgWWtams'. mesaber of a :mall 'pioneer' company "By heaven she missed hint!" a resV :

grounds" of being gnltyof of many of the San Francisco to be .temporally forgotten, although 'brothers ,was lynched by a -mob In which progressed by ...u. of three"bull shined mUer.la the front row shouted .

lynching, .a prisoner.'CEREMONIES losses ,will entail, long'legal, flkht*. It.wa* to have Inaugurated a the wood' near the toe ot the crime. teams" iron .one mlnlac"camp drawing his ,own ,"slx-sbooUr" v...,/
-- 1 period ,of unprecedented festivities. to another They were always heartily leaping to ,his feet "Round to .tW>

BRIDGE. DEATH CALLS MICHAEL DAVITT received by"tit. miner and cowboy ..kack :door' and head him oft '.'...*
HELD ON .
,r ;: , "-. A RAKE OR A FACT?, BONDSMEN ASKED RELEASE.TMir'AMlee who readily paid, the ,five dollar I* can sit a ho**. .boyst"*'''''''.

;Flower f the 'Noted Irish ... "...:.and gold, required' to witness their per following him;'half the audience .
caet Upon Water* Originator ef.Land *eau ' .
:. Banker DwBaea formance. ,Mr..l.tr8nOll wa the tra- pedal for the *xltThe ,
River In M.mory.,af .th* PadUrave . League, .Paws Away." 4 I Nihilists' 1 In,;:.Portland.' Oregon, Plan taMRm ditional melodramatto. villain, and ,in excitement:was'finally' alla

,.. of tile' federal dead wen A, notable career;closed,Wednesday ..'v*' "President, ",R*.avlt.: I "t.. '' BJ Landed _ln,_. Jallu, th .. hIM act wa supposed to kidnap, by the, ."mother" and,.the ,yillataVa

decorated:Jhr, the national ,cemetery nlghC.when. ,after a lang.nad palnfu\ .Th*, preMnc'1la Portlan4oregoa!:, ,The bondsmen of Gordon DuBoae. "th. ehnd." The supposed' moth.r. peering hand la:hand before th .

InyJCnoxville, T*aM.:; Wednesday.. Car ilia.. Michael' I>t.vitt, noted' "Irish' of ,a large body.of,Russian wlhillrt*, .former,president; of,the--tnt National .&*arlng' Its cries,' rushes. 'upon the : tale and th*'manager** axpiaaati:

:' ;,monles(; W'8F8' held upon;the ,Tennes- ,,leaderdied' la|{his.home' I* ;D ubtht. It Is alleged,have bees? plotting bank: of Kastoy A-:. aced for '',.. can. just.a* he-1*'about to escape. the MltUoD."nVb.n ,tie pert
7g see. 'river"bridge: and, flower*' war Mt' Davttt.retired fronTthe 'fepreC 'who.' lean*,:aad .Mr. DaBose wa eonfljad tath and flre. .a fruitless.shot from, a.'jTolrer. ..*. bad,been coiBM>....- the' audiencestaled

dash on ,ih* waters: below In mem*, sentation ..South Maro .In frarllanaptjiCfeW to "aasaaslnat* PnmOent RooevtL.nai . county JaIL ''Ha war arrested ..... .; > "' ".. _11m,_' l'onlpanga *ther aprice

'ort of '*4era4. dead< ; afe4wate but ,to the last M' } took'' Jort ir.en'IarM'tluo ::4Iqtoo: ',*ral' day* ago jby, federal, oflelal:oa '''Upon' this particular occasion all had sad.'having aa "meelJa rep

.+ vteranVla the city'united ,Vlth"tt' k*Xn ,ttterast'ln,. the'.politics ofUcountry. .' iratacuten' tW u.*,charge misapplying: $.sooo of CODe wn until tat scene waa reaefced.aad '. :

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;, : T.t."MOMSISB NO. tt.. i With Neighbors at Whjttier.Reported .
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lu Valley Untttte UntiotuirB. ....''sa..... ..*ItfraMa
K1tl.IMKMNtiUrCROLAfUONTY, : FLa .
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Circuit, iryhaving.dfar, pewares.ed
'Yo.' HARRIS totter. ass.ProaK. InLat\ formalities: as. Ur release all L

d .._" ..... will .>*... _If;, .. .*}.. u of our rural population; faire work I..*
,,.oj fall to a...:.. ......r>_larlr.'. _ now the order of the, day. Corn In.

A oommaukmUont.,tsocpt from our author. growing} with a rapidity that aluiost tatlla>_
wed oonvapimdanu, moil b. ilgnod by' the man's -
writer.- remind one ot the Western .
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alldw.Reieotod..matter' will not be "turnwlCuurx ual.! boast who declared that they could j . ....
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not plant beans with corn lp their '
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..e.eond-cl.a mali l_""" ,. country as,the latter &re!:,8 o fart thatIt ' ' '
"+- aAT&S. 4 pu.>d the beans up by .the roots. '- "
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On*copy,on.year ...i...i"....... ......ll.f. Other;crop. are progressive. In localitles RefrigeratorsFreezers . "
Ose copy, nix InOnlh..A.,....., 'v .110 where he ground war very :
On*c. thra months.. ., :. MFriday : , .
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claimed that damage .. .. ( 4y. 7 , .. .. "
d low It Is some .,", .v'b, . ', .."<' ". /' ; ',' ..
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June 8, 1006.0 .. haD been dune, Uitnhls Is an exception .", \ ;" )'\":"' '';'',' 1"j."." , "'; .' ",k 'r.II"i." "" ," , '
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Report come from I all over the 1 ,::; ,
I orange growing section 'of the State dupe "n'pooullh for feed during the i 01 ''f,",;;,. ,"1.' .
year, and garden vegetablesare | "
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... treelrare sheddingtheir abundant; milk .n... .hatter, not Coolers -
and the Orange crop next season'' will "
very ple tlfu ., but enough to satisfy. : .
be materially reduced tllere\ y."Tb'e.1oltlal :
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I .natural craving. ..; : SJA'N'FORD .
't number of the Tropical Whittier iwamo bull frogs r begin to '

el 1 's Breeze 'a neat, ;rewey,; all columi fear that aroihtrdralnaitefonimlsKlbn' ,

folio, published at Fort Myers lias Is In the neighborhood and are si\leu I-' Canopies' = .

's i, reached this office, and"'we welcome I II /Jy weeping over future prosKcts.Broadway | < . 'CA'R'S' .. ,

,; to our exchange"table. The publishers and moonlight ntirht are M.!' : ;

are W. E. and Jnra. W. OrllHs. the cause of some of our '
i primary ,
..' belle and beaux having. confidential ; .
Now that the warm wpather has set Hammocks ip ; ..
exchanges of good will towardKiel .
in and the rainy season will, soon be I .
'i upon 'us, It behoove every ,good cltlxen and boy.. GRAVES :

,,101*, .ee that his premise are The palmetto avenue extensionhas i' .

thoroughly. renovated and cleaned, made access to the pIne woods more Baseball Goods .

and\ thus help to preserve KUslcnmee'tt convenient. I

reputation; a* the healthiest town In Uuckie-berries have been abundantthis
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l Florida. year and are a source of revenue .

r q, to some ol our most industrious; citi
On account of the' unavoidable. absence ,
zens. Oranges are. growing rapidly
of Chairman Butler at the meet. 1 -
und.:lali hough Isyet early to Baby Carriages
ingot the Board:. of Commissioners
lnie.oo the future crop. if U la .peI.IU"j
last Monday, the petition for a good will\
jl1djfed"by present prospects
r .road from, ,Klsslmmee M> Loughman ,
has
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any that there been for years .
was not presented'but was held over I -
till] the next meeting, whes, it I I. hoped The bovine race are rapidly Improving .

there will be a full board present. So and if the present tjautlful I BIG LINE '

weather continues another week we .
far have beard the
a* we propositiondiscussed ..
', our cillze'n; are aliiibst a may look for many beneficial\ results.Mr .

jf unit in favoring the construction of ; Arch Bass has at last settled '

e "this road, and it 1 I. practically a'fore down In his new house, that railroadbee Harness and Saddles .

gone conclusion that favorable action is still buzzing la his ear and as .

on the matter will be taken at the next his thoughts wander off to the distant
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meeting of the board. Flagler hU eyes put on a wistful

look and the head nods approvingly.Ills .
ts The ladle of Arcadia have' 'organ'
brother- Mr. Tom Haws from _
ized an Improvement Society, and 'itis South port has been a visitor during nnu u - .

said their first effort in the 1m.Ii the past week and /gives a tlirilfuiK Appointed Postmaster.The f''''''''''''''''''''''''''' __ '''''''''__''''''''_

F proveme ltUoe will be to purchase' the account of affairs In his section. I

necessary land and make a publfo Mr. McClelland, rapidly completing Associated Press dispatches C. A. CAIISOPre.ld..t.!" N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. >

"tr. park. The'formation of ladies' societies his new store house' which will be Wednesday announce the appointmentof ====: THE: : ======
<< for the promotion of public of ample dimensions to accommodatehis W. L'Van Du/.or as postmaster, J C

1' Improement.l. not a Dew experiment new stock of summer goods. to succeed.Capt. J'. A. Simpson, whose
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,but ha been tried in various villages Mr. Joe Williams left the city Saturday term expired June lst. This Is Mr. Waters & Carson Grocery .Co.

,Y and towns throughout the'eouot..., for morning en route to KUnlmniee. Van.1>uzur'. second appolnment to ",,

'w a long period'of years, and In all Instance . for Monday'. meeting of the county this DOS it Ion, he 'having been postmaster ---Wbol. al. aId Retail ,
'. baa proved of great benefit. under the administration of I

Such ot a Incalculable society In value Klsslmmee In' Improving wouldbe Commissioners.which bappene.d to Owing his buggy to'an: horse acclJent he 1'restflent oLio appiy Harrison.for reappulntitaent Ci pt.( Simpsondid I GT3 C \("** TT 17 R FE:: S :

was obliged to resort'to .public con -.. 2
and beautifying the town': "**" W
veyance. : Orlando District ConferenceWe \ !>..
a The State ,Democratic Executive Mr. Joe Tumblln's surviving twin I will be in Kissimmee about COUNTY AGENTS' FOB. ?S). _
Committee at Its'regular'meeting held died Tuesday, and was burled on are In receipt of a program of

', In Jacksonville; adopted\ a resolution Friday In'''the Baptist.. cemetery. 'This. the Orlando! Dletrictconference which 'JUNE* ,,15' with another' load' ofHorses. : )1 >AYLGItAIN' I celebrated Fertilizers CJUTES : {

t k which provides that hereafter all con. was unexpected as the|child bad coo ye ties in the Methodist church:here .' This Is the .best load of ; ; ; 'i
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N a: tests. tor,State Senators'and. :. ,,-Repre. been very,feeble since its birth ;K/tiSy;: :'., next Tuesday, June"" 12.;'..andclosesFriday' .i".t ,| (; ,' ; i ' "- J! . . . ''"' E.. ,T. C a",: ,.
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shall be settled. that '' MiVjBralth Urawdy: from Fort Drum ;'June, 15th,"lastingfourdays; Horses I have:ever,shipped tothisilIt" /; . $-> iris-- ; "a ; ClrcdUlmad PriCir"t1 !,". '"1. '''
,,,, seotatJve. by com ,, ,,.. . : 'F.ral.ae4 ' .u
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f o ApplicaOoa.
.. was 1011'"' ''''Ii.v'f'1 R" 'I"h "
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I. mittee, tnus: reHerinjf'the at the Drawdy"mansion"'Fridaynight We regret that we ha'vn't; thepaoe //1 l //t\
_ county commlUee i place. They will be fat, smooth
:. : of any little obli ration or responsibility on his way Orlando via KIsslmmee to give the.eotlre program as It coo

' they,may have to'seals leaving Whlttier Saturday tales many names famllllar to our and well broken and .I will sell at I .
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r their home affair at home and with morning *-""" people, and would no doubt prove interesting i HIDES FURS "WOOL i

i the evidence that is easy 'acueiBlble. Hunter Paradise has again been to our local_readers- reasonable prices. Eve r'y b o d Yt

'Of cowrie there I*'p neither law nor precedent invaded, this time the hunter wastiley'Jobn There'will be a sermon each even" come and( see them. Country Produce a Specla.rt3r. j;
for'eurh: high'-haadedprooedure : and the dear Miss Jamie ing at 7:30: o'clock. All I are cordially I.

tt on tbe part.. t'tb.. State tteiaocratlo Young, daughter of iMra. lieulah Invited to attend the meetings. W. J. McCRACKEN. %w%%wwvwv w >v v yw VN'aKNKATLANTIC >

'Executive' Committed; and It 1 I. up to I Williams; they were locked together Few- -- ,__ ,. n_ ,_ ,, ____ _. _ _,
;' the rank and file of the party -to say b y Mr. J.-F. Williams Tuesday, 29th. There Are

3_ what they... going' to do about it.- Bro. Guy will be with bin Hock nextSunday people who know how to take care Ice Cream and Cold SodaAT COAST LINE
when another fruitful or i themselves 1 -the majority do not
Leesburg Commercial. story Tbe liver is a most Important organIn THE THROUGH CAR LINE 'FROM FLORIDA.
may be told. the body Herbioe will keep it In QUINN'S

L4 from the M. f. Church: South, The veteran Wheeler still'continues condition. V. C. Slmpklns, Alba, Where can I Laundry done?
get my -- -- -
Texas writes: "I have used Her- --
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to step around with the lI'aetra.lltlela.llchl '
leave It Kdmon- OOMMECSTIOtMS.
P Ktssimmee Fla.Vhereasf'Dr of and'his old bide for Chills and Fever and find l> Why. w.lth Quinn .. -.. -- ------- "
unabeau d lie -- - ---
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a'l non Monday ar Tuesday will) --- '
best medicine I used I
m \ '' '' the ever it I In tlr t-clau shape. To Over its own Rails .to Savannah Charleston
; \ F.G. Thomason and LUle( friends heartily congratulate him would not be without it. It I.toll return ,,
hfa''eztimablq'' family,, are soon to on bis success as a marbled man. good for children as It is for grown -- the Past Richmond and Washington, thence Via Penn-,

i leave u* to'make their future'home in Whittier doings has Impressed your ,up people and I recommend It. It is clothes Also cleaning at living, pressing and dyeing --- ._ ---.-----eylvania Railway. .. '

r, Houston, Texas-- we cheerful! ,commend correspondent wilt Idea that were son's line for Pharo.asey.La Grippe"-Sold by FUber-- -prices To 'West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville-.':

them to those Kmorig' whom their once uppermost lathe mind of that Quinn Edmonson is agenf for tbe the and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. "
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Tampa Steam Laundry, Leave it at
future lot mar be - - - 'r - -
cast. noted quaker poet after whom our
Jack Olmon's shop Just across from To Via Savannah Ocean Steamship for
Their.zeal for their Master and tbetritbertlllty city was named as this effusion maybe J I.M. VV1LLSON,. f R., .1. W.Thomspson's Store, Klsslmmee, East New York, PhIJ delphia. and Hoslon,Companl'Norfolk
& lit every good cause ha a source of amusement to some of Fla. the Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore,.
NOTARY PUBLIC.. )
alwa been cbaracterlstlo v I i via !Savannah: rind Mrrchans and Miners Transpor
,* of them, our citizens will render It,, without .
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through which, .e have learned to love comment. l' STATE AT LARGE. ) i _Via Steamship| tattoo-' Co., for HaUJmore and Philadelphia. .- '

'' ,and know t.beu'rrue; worth.' Amazing-grace bow tweet the sound, KISSIMMEE.Real Estate' Agent.FLORIDA Key; West ottd'/---/ Via Peninsular & Occidental: -Steamship.,-- "

T'In social,circles, in church will, ,and That grants a beau like me, W. L. Van DUlor & Co. HavAfta.rinufent!. Company.' I'
io Sabbath'school be -
they '
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To hunt upon he William' ground T M. RIVERS M. U. / o the celebrated tralni. New York Jt; "FlorlJ* HpeclaL Florida and West InilaB
missed.< ,A. aq untiring, skillful- and UrnlUxl Chlcigo\ Florida Limited and DUI Fly.r. .
The beauties there: to see. Physician and Surgeon: 7' : u: '-:: :;> -- --; s =-= :
uooeesful physician ;'ana surgeon, the Tla' that make me-love sb v well WITH K1PH1MMKB DRUG COMPANY. 4'K

Doctor stands at the bead of his pro I I Ifesslon To grace hear that lovely I voice, PHONES-Olflc.c; 411 R.ald.BC, 3BIMIMMKB .B R E R S Quickest Schedules, .Superior.. Service

; and .we would the more reluctantly Tis'-Graee that round my heart ajspell ".A. i. -'.. -- For Inorm.llou .>10 f.t... ..,hednl...0"'%,noniult tbs Purpl Fol narifrom him' were It'not tha'our'1o. J. 0. KMKLANp.: Division PmMnircr,Anne, Tamp. Fla. .
Is cholce.Am.all11r'O..ac ,
working for._
my REAL ESTATE ..W. 1CEAIG.Pss
srTmMQMrugsr' wllminetnof:: CItW..lf
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.* is others' gain and be will be : so sweet a lass DR. LESLEY W. WEEDON. '
-' ,In .broader field!of usefulness. Therefpro(1 -. Was diver'seen before SPCOIALIST AND'" INSURANCE ---
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n -rAnd SITU... BAR. NOSH AND THROAT.Private :
unto her a'loving Bass COMPANY
1 ; B. Itresolved'batIn;' the removalof Turns forward a* of yore. ; Ho.p-lt.1. American National MAKIBSON
bis l J. Bank-Hld tiC, Tampa. Fla. .
estimable
ThomMion; ; wife ---- -- .
Laughing at poetrV again Mr. ,
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rt and two.anliabledaughtertthatLKia- AGENTS FOR '
'' ''Editor' you'd, ,better not for I will send 'J. W. SIMPSON
elmmee'parte ..' from, 'family of her'best
e worse than this if do. WRITE
you you Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing
I .. "and most" 1 substantial Citizen( DENr1ST.OtIloe Company
,Our democraticrooster- Is looking .
:h and 1$,l.. with .lobe, greatest pleasure I TO '
anxiously{ toward the Whittier swamp over Osoeola Phsrtnacr. s
ty -:that ::9,.. 'take ,.thug .method of OP QA1NB8VILLS FLA ,
tryingapoareatlytothinkof a plan ,
fl.a. to *
s Introducing _ll as' recommendingthem ;wbe eby' his tadpole-supply will be replenished OFFICE' HOURS } 1.30 r.o m.6.30 S p. JD.m. Makers of High'Grad'e fertilizers

I to their new' acqualutanoe, and I when--, "hature.'a drainage Telephone No..78, Jun 6. Itr. ,
that snoopy!>: of ''essreeoiutloo.ber t ..
of All Kinds. -
,commission exhaust Its water supply; .
?' / presented to tLe 'Doctor, one to "be' be doolpndersiand whyOld Hickory: ,A, VANSAGNEW. > AaJ..n M atou jroor ailswBte aa J Issuetsar 1 .
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[ pactor tn'rcharge''of:;'tbi: church t.o.blcb' I' and Gen..Packingham were not ooml- y ., 'c Orange Tree Fertilizers a Specialty. ,
be will place hie membership at ATTORNEY .:XT' LAW......,. L
", ; "Souoton'endtbatooe' be- ,toOt"1 naiad at the primarythinks: theNew"Orleans I IKISS1MMl 1- Haggard Specific Tablets; : 0;
handed I --are' .... '''''';NOTARV Piratic ; Remember the FuBTName l
patriots' growing
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;"f !fths; '"galley, Gacette' for; publication. :careless of their rights; bvt'.. bo\ wet, ' E. FLA.HARRIS' and SuppoiitorieslU ,

t.(. 'J..;'? 'I' .,I r.*.' A P..UOOHEV. Mmx:, , bit whistle with'cold water ;every1 time lU nCabia cm't Iot laditatSoa.; Naf. ,.
.. these. doo' '' SANATORIUM Laxative Rromo. QuinineCures ,
thing 'come under his ,
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;"' MJrii/, I >th' I90C" ,tCommstteet) . yogi DaUGr/ Coaoai paboa.K>ds ]r and '
.t Jurisdiction.f. O. I. O.;' OR n. L.'HArlRIB., BUcbW TsMbU .tat.V-a&v .... all .

-v t Y 1G.: ..;..... .. CM ire.for Pile*) "I I ( T ( BV* RsrtY AJlD'"."II.AL"MSDICINBS.. aiatstaJJi.i. PiUs.a 3 cj DrafS"'eelsibma ;t't'U

r' ).....,,'Mind bleed l ..(protradl .CHs Htoo4 the'Test 28 v..... r '0fII0te -..II$1,"0..c sr 500 pst b.a.r aJ.7 will! .UaaW a Cold in One:Day Grip in Two.' ''

J;. '*. b'. .. Druggist, are 'alithorJ.edjto Vheotdror'iglnal; ) \ Grove'1 tTswtelese ''BVII.DM,0.. O. OHRI.T. .' ptvpavl pea ncm(* ot price, AYidn.m.r. .. .. ""
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Chill Tooled. You kDo..b., you are BAR ( i ;
714 PAZO Ovrnouno fatla.Q .. 'OfIIOe u-aD..j t aOALANOOti I..s.-. c..i' jJjj./i2l',
taking .lualroD abd ,qqlnU.e In a.salsa 11 : 1.s .. : "
( .Q....,.'Ir. .,,.,"" .toO- "U'' cSai"..t.; 640": ./ .. form.No cure,'1t p pe,. Mo. . ;;' ,4. .!!-O..DA.1.i ._ .ID.. ..., .. .. : ..,...' rJ
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Klssli leeVallauGatatt6 4 .Nobby line.neckwear at Dann's... Lades wblte linen sulis.- at Katss. Ribbonsisd! laces at.D no'.. After a long and te.Ioft **)ii..;iuoa.enoe ;\ early part"the

;: The \ I attorney W.'J.; SeaN ....at jest. week, /td.rB.n 'E. L.
Lao collar atJCanner & Co. Steel rib umbrellas M cents to 13.00 All 1.:1.d.: of pictures ;framed to .or.der'atThompson'a. I '
TKLKPHONK NO. 11.PUBU8HKD uooeeded in "securing a 9.at.. peoMiun cbalrnan. o< ta, $ street ; oM>.ttw 4

Fodataen'e.All at Dai Q'.. for R.: W, Simmons,'of'Wblte..;;. plied airatijr>m.o4a' for tbeu. dell sIi
New line of moulding* at
: KVREYBT FRIDAY .. -" M.... G.'F. Krlbbs, of 'Narooocltee,. -' Lentb-nlog waist corset., see sample) of the .Barlow Mek with which to p*>

kind. 'of plo'ure''m' uldlolr ,*t was a prominent visitor"; town-Moo In show' window, at Dann's. Supt W. J..Sears ,began, the June- 'our'street*; Tbe' 'cI JaI ;ha .twanto
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w. aOfficial H, ----... .h } .' examination fop eacber.'at' the ..courtbouse'TuMday. the fet to at'tiM havldgclay''ptt '
Thompson's.,, day, : Mrs. ,. W. B. M akin son and. daughter pattl* ,
R .. There are eight. applicants *were bverw .ssMd";wUh ...
Weather! Report."Aviate Mew line of straw bat. ready for Inpeotlon A pret.tll1oe of silverware.. suitable lies Mary Louise are visiting friends "lor white '
...,... certificate six' and derv but Mr ... MM-
.. : Lesley *
T..r.. *"aawsn Orlando for p
gifts aKali's. a -
; aDd birthday fen.Aays
I at hataa.Don't forj wedding : colored
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TMVMDAV Jane 7 rasa.Maa. ,: personally, and secured a promise i
_ The SUDda-ec ool. are hold In jtbelr would rock
they ,, begin loading '
that get At )el.mee\l Tuesdsyth.SchoolBoard ,
tea"Irtda forgot you can Jour ng
,, .111.. ...n. dry- good at DaDD'.. Capfc C. M. Frasure and family returned annual "union picnic at Maple' < 'decided''tu' reduce the millagsthis I Klsslmmee Monday next 'and be rqursts *-

- Sunday from, a.few days visit Grove Sn the lakesbore today. year from 7 to 8 mUl.'Sups.8eara a* to say the paving. will bwgte

..........., .n toI.tard. Sanford 1* preparing for a bit Tampa. .;: Mrs.. Jdollle.PerrI and her daughter next "week."
.,)'.......... 110 7o.unday. ..having-made. his estimate and 'found .
+I .. ,........ 91 '70 Fourth July celebration. Eugene BrIan'.returned home ,last Miss Kathleen Peacock of Lake City, that. 6 mills would be suffllolent for all ,- a
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Monday.'......;,... 11'.1 on _. Attention I. 'Called to the ad v. of week.from the State University tti IIB guests of tbe family of Mr.,:J..' F.. pur|>oses. "*, Dissolution of Part. ershf;, 1 tTbetl'mtif.Snmtriirlfob

WedDMd......i.,..... Iti lie. 9dt 74rbanutav Stetson.University Inlhls issue.' spend vacation. *' 5 O'Berr, ,. -, .' ,I : O'Berry I
'JAf/ ::; ,Rull Bass bas '
A.u, .reoli. P. ... ;Mr*. Geo. M. Dunne brol been visiting Phone your wants we do lobe run Mr Wells Gardner, of Chicago III. purchased 80 lolog business under abe .&I M'.of:.tew
of land situated bo
acres the wide
.. east
relative,in Orlando this week.,, -iiID,.. : ,. spending a few days here vim ting Southern .Cattle' Co bav.vnutua1'y'..
; Our:; rate for Insertion of advertise- 'KISSIMMEE: Dana COMPANY I his parents.* Mr. and Mr. J M. of the St. Cloud road from the United dissolved. Business Will be. continued
Another line Royal Worcester Cor- Land Co., giving -hIm a large and
"menta matter, Sum rlln.'
amon pi Gardner. Tbl..l.! Mr. Gardner's first' by >>
this page U t.en.oentsper. l line each ID. .at* 'and girdle Jus*, arrived at If.Dn" Mr.. Roylance and \tcbUdren continuous block of land which be will ''8. BmattxinrTHE
visit here in ten ,e.r.., Be came' to
ertioti., : of Fort Pierce are here oa'a visit to fence and use for pasturage purpoaei.I Jr'F... ;
FOR SALE-Fine grapefru lt seed attend! the marriage of his sister Q'Byr'looo000000000
her sisters Mrs. E. t. Lesley and Miss
r' .' lings, .PP'y' to F H. Lawson Kls- I I Br.rdi.
Miss
1.- oooooe -j Emma Morgan The"dry goods merchants, have set Alexlna : of Raleigh, N.

.Immee Fla. tied their differences and all bean 0 who bas been spending several.

THE LOCAL FIELD.ooocoooooooooooc Orade Hereford heifers. to 4 yean Mr. Edward Donegan ''left Sunday closing thelrBt/ore*. .*-.six o'clock: l In mouths with bel"'frleDd Miss Sue Watson .-, _
for'Jack4<
mvllle
night where be' expected t
old, $1. to IU.' F;E., PJank DePun- the afternoon' yesterday; With, the leaves today for bee home to she T
-t : Fla. to embark on one of the. Clyde and regret 'of her, many* friend. Miss
lak Spring, exoopLio 'ol Saturdays Mondays Klsslmmee
.... '. Lloe. .teamet" for New York city.'Rev. Drag Co.
WaLe will her home for
If have laundry to'send the stores will bd closed at six during accompany' .. --... ..
theTuner. Orlando.. tl you any C...M. Brlttaln the new pastorof the the summer. '
Wade, summer. i ? .'
away and watt it "done uo" in good J

Fewer gallons; wears loogr; Devoe shape, phone the City Bakery' ., family the Baptist last church week. arrived,Mr. Brlttaln with nls Walter L. Taylor( who '--about four I I Acting Collector, A. E. Donegan Ha now passed into entirely i

years ago made an assault on Con has made a pl...ndld''Feoord the pastyear'
White LaundrJ CITY BAKERY. Miss Olive Powers is spending the :
Star r''' preached two sermons at the.Baptist '' and '
hands if
friend gressman W; B. Lamar and Mal sentenced in the administration of the new ,
tot week in Kllmmee with ber church Sunda* and left a favorable '
cent..hlr" very
See our line of new GO a to serve five years In the penitentiary ,, duties of the collector's office. Neverbefore
Miss beroee.-orl..ndo' Reporter. impression on his oongregatloov.NOTICE. . Clean, Honest and' Pro'J
r . Katts. J Star. "' has.been'irranted a conditional -: I In the history of tbe county I
.-Notice' Is hereby given pardon after: serving ten months were there so delinquents on the
balr-out at the new 'appeal
shave
or 'gle+ et
Try a ; ,
Try the new barber! shop. Everything tbat-all-partles wlo! fall to have their of his term., I lax books. Should. be show' the same Ileth7Ie
barber shop. ' 11
new and-: up-to-date. Sharp cattle-Inspected before driving them diligence as a' l legislator, aid be to the.t trading''pnlilic we
Mr.O. Buckets bas sold -half Interest ,
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Great b&ri'alnlllll.wllldw chairs at razors clean" towels, l'n-ola.. ..service. from Dist.. No. 4, will 1 be handled according doubtless will o.o ola'. interest
In the Lakeside Veneering millto
to law. Ell Bass, will be well cared for.
Thompson's.. < Coon. are confident .that we !
"" .Mr.Slater! Reed of Hartford I k
Clerk of the court E. ITl, ley went 41.0' Inspector '"
Smoke Key West Havana the bestGo I last Mood to be the purchase price being 3000. ,It Is On 'Satarday evening last under will merit our share 'of' .'.
Cljcar.on the market. down to Tampa held ay there Mrs. Harper, of Ambrose-.Ga,, who the Intention l of the new firm to put' In the seductive Influence Of the mellow v',..
prevent at the city election has been on a short visit to her some toewmachinery and' enlarge' Vhe moonlight the .
in an unguarded patronage. -
.tr' Edgar Katz Is at.homefrom.-'Rollins onTuesdajC.. parents Mr. and Mrs. (I. A. Mat capacity of the mills. certain prominent merchant rate

fitV- College to spend vacation.J Notice is hereby "given that all my tbrws left Monday for home accompanied Now is the time to get your photos slmmee yielded to the momeD"1
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$000 worth of crockery for sale at notes and accounts .will turned over by her sister Miss Dora family groups made to, order; Sunday his better half and agreed 'to give up -t1I6. .Jft. J . sit .I-,-'

cost. S. C. O. Hdw..Co. to tbe Bank for collection after May atthews, who.-Will spend the summer school groups, picnic groups andwUl ,smoking for all time to come The j I 1 v

10th. F. G. THOMASON M. D, with her. writer beIDtrconveoleDt.11; near .at .
make that ,
of
Nice line of picture moulding and photos anything! you We expect to, carry everything
Just arrived. J. W. Thompson. Messrs. Geo. T. Slngletary, of Mr. Hervey Moseley left Sunday want, Come and see and learn my band,'and, of aD&coOmm d.t.1olr.ill.'j;

+ mew Campbell and J. K. Slngletary. of niitbt for New York cityvia Clyde Irlces. 'Don't wall,:. too long.I might position. was called.in Ut be a witness In our line that

Mr. and Mr. Puma Thomas left Loughman were welcome visitor InKiislinmee Line where he will spend a few' days I be gone. - T. U' MINX. to the{, solemn renunciation, sod 't.O. '

June let to spend a month' outing in Tuesday. with friends,and then no on to .Pitts- i carry sway and burn up o ,baooU: often :the, trade" demands, and .
I Prof. Robt. M. Evaof the,cewiy appointed r
I "
Ueoritia. centers which the aforesaid '
; Held Mass., where he bas 'accepted a men 'we ready to'
are serve
". Th4 corn fn this! ooun-v promises Principal of Osceola ''High ; ,
crop :
'1 Born to Mr' and Mrs, J. R. position with the Stanley Q.. I. Elec. chant bad on band.. This we relucrtanlly :> I
to be better than .uiual. Nearly School, Is a graduate ot Emory Col- '' '
June 6th, a trio agreed'to and have been doingat : you day or night.
r Graves, Jr., oh Tuesday, company.Mr \ 'wlt1i
every farmer has several acre: that .\8. Ga'., and comes the highest' leisure
our moment since wbUe'lthe
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i, daughter. will yield him from 30 to40 bushel. to W. L. Van Duzor, his been recommendation, both' as to. personal merchant poor fellow bat been- : Flournoy. Middlebrooks. ,,

The City Bakery Is aiwt for the the acre. ; bu.UI engaged the past two weeks character and his ability. : as I" an intruotor. smoking cigarettes ,to even up for the 'HAMAGKR.. : ,,

Wblte Star Laundry-tb best in the shipping his fine crop of peaches. .' He bas been foivHhe, past -
loss of his ten centers. 1 bt
'S' State. After one of. the hottest municipal He bas sent forward nearly two hundred year' teacher of Science In the HUb.borouah ,

4 campaign. In the' history of that city crates' Jewels and Is just beginning High School.Abappjeuincldent .
unexcelled. Phone.. .
Our cream is W. U. Frecke. wa. elected mayor of
/ on a )later 'varlet,. He will
41 and have H wsnl to you Klsslmmee" Tampa by a plurality;: of 183 vote, on shin 500 or moM crates this season happened at the .

1 Drug/ Co. the plrotlorm'of.muDlclpaj ownership -JV "* neellngof' the School Bard last Tue.- iMsJ

Mrs- H. C. Stanford returnedSat- last Tue.d.,.- Section master Walter Allen and (lay when tbe matter*of selecting teachers ::: A. CARSON. JOHN M. L... ..,a.. CiSSOHVlc '

Atlanta yel'l much anally and bridge foreman T. J. came uo. Mr. d. F., Prevatt.-'-''who .....14..t.. -Pf. ...W..t. C..ri.r. ,'
urday night from hold : "
will
Kldd
David D.
:The Rev. Montgomery who have been with the was member of the Board' and Ie ry 1

Improved in health., service tn the Episcopal church on. A. C. L. here for some time resigned nominated Miss Emma. Yowell when State Batik ,of Kissiitittiee.

I I have moved my carpenter shopto Sunday next. Morning prayer sermon ".heir positions last week and left Monday she' was 'Britj elected* to her poallion I. .

the Stanford Carson Grave Hdw. and Holy communion at '10:30.: for Bainbridge Ga., to,.ac..pt to"tbe High School, just! tea'yearsago : ,Kissimmee, Pla. 'y

Co's.store. C. .!t.,Fount. ,!., j,, the children's service will be held in similar positions'under' Capt. J. ''F. nominated her for re-eclectlon. -:'----

Deputy Clerk W; S. Harwell pent the afternoon: .at.3:30.. Fox on Hie.G. F. &.. A. again last Tuesday.Friendship PAID CP c: !'ITAL..j.,..?.,....,,...,?. S M.OOO 00; .
'. .... BO OOO OODEPOSITORS '.
UTOCKHOtDBDS LIABILITY. .cif. ,
the day in Orlando 'Wedoelldro having . Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Conklln, of KIsIrocnee On Monday about. noon the roof of Lodge K of P. .held its SECURITY.. ......,...?,., tOO OOO.OOi'
refitted with glasses.Pr. . ,. are visiting, friendsand relative Kissimmee
: his dyes the building in North. recently regular semi-anqusl.eleetionof officers

G. M. Hubbard. pf Baslnger, In Arcadia for a short while. \ .vacated by the family of Mr. last Wednesday evening with the folowlng Prompt ...Careful Atteatlo ."given to sly: use; epees

f bas been spending tb'e week in town Mr Conklln ba. old outhls drug business J. Anderson, and 'now occupied by result. ;, C. W. Pann, ". C; trusted to M.. Exchange. . *. Rood'at, aH p.*.$e at

teachers'examination. at KUsluomee. He has not made Mr; L. P. Hufehey, war discovered 'to W..H. Cosner, V. Cj:; O. B. Woodall, rate*., -
tll.klCa.h./ , be will .. In J vein. 13lelllllatl 1 e4.iRitf,
known the.bu. De.1 engage be on fire. The lIre'wal', discovered M, 'at A.; J. M. '.Gardner,'. P, A.. B. .
Every 25 cents pest in cash or paid for the future.-Desoto County ,News. *1" 1111111 1 1"
; 1(1 time however, and very little damage Bell M. of W.; R:Floyd. I. G.; Mat

"on'your account at Katx's entitles you "'':A'few of our citizen., who were' at. was dooe.fc.. .. Lamb 0., G. The )ank of Esquire l.l ... .
fVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVV
of beautiful.bat '
those -
k to a chance on one the depot. Tuesday afternoon wben the S. S; Gr'lntn of Orlando, was hereon 1 I was conferred upon Capu. MoEleji and I '"
rack's.Mr. '
.
: wrecking, train passed going'south: business Saturday evening. The Raymond.Lanler'and; the r.nli .of _

J J. S. Straw*!! bas purchased had the pleasure meeting attain. Mr. H01den Real Estate Co.,-of which firm Page upon Walter'Moble1.. .' ..' "

4 the residence end grove' of Mr.: John ., Cruse Barnes, who was depot agent Mr. Griffin Is 'a member/hats,, recently i Avery pleasant social function was S f

L. Deeson at Peghorn. Mr. Deeson, here several years ago, aDd.wbo still. acquired a large tract of celery lands : the. "Linen Shower"'giVen last FrU: OSCEOLA II

r we under.iaiid. Intends movlDg'to. ba scores of, warm friends in KI'llm. at Sanford: which they are booming i lay afternoon by Mrs.".100. L. Over I. '

Lakeland. mee. at a lively rate, and on which Sam i street in honor of. Miss Settle Gard PHARMACY.THE .

i Mr. U. A. Williams, wife and LOST STRAYED or 'STOLEN, say! they expect to make $50,000. ner. /About thirty-five or forty ladles 'LEADING', DRUG STORE "

daughter,; of Cairo G*., 'who had Dark bay mare with small white spot 'Miss Bessie Walker of Baslnger attended, and the fair bride-elect was S .

f been visiting the family of Marshal in forehead sore on right of back accompanied; her ,father Commissioner the recipient many 'handsome piece. "

Leonard William; returned borne Just where back part of saddle strikes /. H. Walker, oq his regular of linen. Mrs. Overstreet rued de- :

k Monday wethers 'puffed a little and small sore monthly visit to the'city to attend the Igbtful refreshments and a very ; DONt fOR6UiJS. ,

,
New barber bop at Patrick's old on right we ther. Ten dollars reward meeting of the Board, and they have pleasant social afternoon was' spent. S

stand. Service by a tbniorlal .artist If rot.urDed'. R. B. Savage, been spending several days visiting/ We will give' a> more- 'eat. oded notice ., .. ,

conversant ;with all the latest fads. inbartering. Klsslramee Fla. relatives and friends here and at Or next: week. When in''' need 'of anythine -.,1t

We are informed that tbe following lando. They left this morning for Dr. W, S. Graham, of Miami visit in .the 'Drug lino.
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A notice a* r 'oem ly to be seen posted bowe. '. ed Dr Jno. E. Ejinis out at the2 Sunshine 1> .
Wood for Sale. When you want a ,
r in bold letter on the front. door of a Mr. 'W. R. -McIntyre Home for Consumptives at Nar- 1 Ji ,
call havingre-
+ load of good dry pine.stove wood, '
store ln tbla county: ''Tbepubllc'wl11 coo'.ee from Thursday of lro' weekto
country signed his position as of the
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anrwhece.-.ln manager
i up two phone on short.74., Delivered notice. H. W.. Brbnson.. please take notice that tb'l.itore Ot6Ceola'Pharm'r.cl., felt today for' Monday last. Dr: Graham. Is Interested S :>A. Bottle ot. "flerblne" FREE. .to everu ,Customer',

1' will! be closed on Sunday, May Savannah: to accept la more lucrative in the open air treatment for r

Miss Llille Dale left. yesterday for the all.: For one day Clol,."- Evidently Monition in the same line of 'tTuslness consumption and is very enthusiastic VV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVViAufl.Acallc.B.rAu4..8..4a6y *

West Point Miss., where she wilt the proprietor intended. to go "'ac has 'a large number of friends tabs approval of the Sunshine Home ." 4Stables

visit friends' for a few weeks afterwhich visiting that Sunday, here who regret to see hfm leave'butwish and its methods. The Dr. Informs'"nn : Lt LaatB k+ttu-uAcBi 4aAa1' ';

she will no on to Tennessee to that be will later contribute some articles
Honey one halt gal. Mason Jars him evefy success in his new po
spend the remainder of-the summer.Rev. sition. I for publication In: 'the' dally South tl II I
'at Waters St Carson gfr'ery, labeled Sunny ,
press, in which be will take. up the ,
B. 'H. Guy baptized quite a "Shaker Honey, Pure" wa all capped .
Mrs F. MI dlebrook.' received aelegram benevolent
work of this Institution.
number of converts In the .St.. Cloud over by tbe bee and produced on Tuesday afternoon. conveying ,

canal last Sunday afternoon; Quite a modern prioclplesthe queen bee excluded the sad Intelligence that her Mr. E. B Gillette 1 b"ea3 of the i LIVERY /':,.'

number of people from town went 'out chambers. Ex. Shaker Colony Dero.. # :
from 'honey brother, .Dr. A. G. y.ard.man. of, Runnymedr, FEED = I
in. buggies rood carriages to witness' tracted from whole comb and nqt Sparta; G....- was dead. 'The announcement : >rougbt Into town Wednesday some excellent ', .

+ the baptizing.Mr. strained from mashed combs containing was a great shock, as she honey' which was raised by .. and

t l Howard Katz is'*at home, from mashed, bee, bee bread and'I.lava, tad! beard from home only a few days he colony., Mr. Gillette" b1nks. from SALE;, '\
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Columbia University, New York, Bee*)"llo' fed on suirar. Made direct before. when. be was in' hi. usual his experience tbe past year, that .bee. t :

where be. la taking a' course in mining from blossom of 12 mpnth. Hives,, culture in this section will- prove; a STABLE' ,
from June to J Thick health.'I 'laying Industry and his colony will --
engineering to spend M-short vacation . not opened une. ra "
lie will )eve in a. few days for and pure. E. 13. OILLJjTT: Messrs. G. W. BassvLeQnardjams > wn; probably engagemore extensively in it ijVlQRAM' & GILBERT; PROPRIETORS;, i : :
:
( and Tax A..ellorJ'Do. L..Oyerstreet be business. ,The past. 'year they : \,
Morris, Conn., where the university ,Tbe Globe Democrato..of St. Louts '
and their- families, with a few have bad only" four hlvea-b.f bees from I;
holds term. contained tbe follow BROADWAY I
e summer Mo., oMay,27,: . OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE,
J other friends spent the, day: very which' they took a few da"js. ago thirty : 1-
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Adele Marie
Capt. and Mr. R. E. Rose of, Tallahassee ing annouocemebt: .Mis pleasantly last Saturday at' a picnic fallons'of: fine honey,. whichtetalshere % Phone .:;.:
102. Kissimmee WIl
announced li
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Watte, of Greenville 111., r l
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been in town, visiting ;
have :
and fish fry on ,Shingle Creek.- Tbe at 91.20 per gallon f" ,
her to Everest George .j'
..refatlve.anti friends this week. Capt. engagement occasion was honor Florida. -
gotten upin of Dr.'W. L.tWlnn :of St Louis Mo. I 'A11.Klnds Hauling, '
northbound train Sewell of Miami, Fla.. at a luncheon : .
left the
Rose on Mr.- R. A. Williams sndfawily, of i ,
'yesterday morning to lpK>k alter: his given at her borne:-Wednesday.- Miss Cairo qa. Arrived last Friday afternoon: and 'vr.1F'v 'aF-w-q"Q-.y' 'w Q" 'IF'vvrW"Y'v' '.r'IL ;
duties''as' but Mrs.Ross Waite 1. a cousin 'of Mrs; George' C.R.'Wagoner I..., bas decided to locate here and ,prao- . ,
d : State Chemist of St. Louis, Mo. MU The current .Issueot .the/Jaokso n-> ilc' his profession., Dr; Wino comes ., . . \. t
will be bere a few days longer
Waite has pent the last.'" two1:winters vllte,.,Sun makes the announcement to Klsslmmesi ..highly: recommended, Has Stood The Test '25, y..rsa. : ,'
Dr. '.,J'-'C.: TrammelU: ; the that :
; an experienced In Miami and later'will .come'to thl* that proprietors paper both as a physician and aa a nan.le < 'n

"}' drugirtst, ol"Atlanta; ''arrived city' to make.It her ''permanent home: have purchased four' hundred of the'ou'r has bad ..,errol- years',experience .... . ::11 .

Tuesday to accept a position *.* manager Mr. Sewell Is 6oe of Miami'. (prominent !l. hundred sod eighty shares of,, the in'the hospitals Of St.Louis, at well G' ,i(. J-w. "

I of the Osceola PharmacyMr.. bu.ID8I.'me/ and a 'member, of capital stock: of the Capital' Publish- as In general practice In thai city and rOV" S 1" <
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'Mclntyre,'hivingreiagned, 'to' accept fog Company of Tsllaha.see'sod will ,, .J ft-
the firm of Jpho Sewell 0n o., cloth ; nrburbe, and will doubtless be a .valuable .-
a similar\ Po.ItIOQ'I Savannah.: ''Mr taove the Sun to that city, '.They will : ": . .
ier'MU; Walte.I a".very ebalTQlDAraDci' add Itlon to tbe; medical fratoralty -
,
:Tratnmell come highly' recommended also oarry out the contract of the Capo "' Tasteless 'ObiJlVT"
beautiful lady, and will add much of the town.. 'I1 .Valley, Oaaeateweloom :

a* a.druggist" of. experience" .. ,_Del.abll-: to the social elroto:of.tbe clty.TMla.ml Ipli iblUblng' Company'' do; the '.. Dr.'Wlnni, a*- ,it<,does all . ..... .' . ..:.: ..'. .,...
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THE BAKER'S -DOZEN.' SAVED HOBBS MUCH TROUBLE. WOULD HAVE. 'SATISFIED. ::.JURY.: A Smiling Face,Pay.
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., -. -'There' In n'minister' living out Of:
How the: -Extra Tale of Numbers Arose ,- SIte! who I.1 a great 'lter.
Hi: Mean. Trick Played by Wag on Good Circumstantial' Evidence: that Surely the -Cist .
In Trade. i Samaritans.. -'Wa.Moat Conclusive... / lie lover: to tell his jokes al.tho table' /

Some.percons, Including a.. few encyclopaedists '; In' the town of Newbury', Mass.. :An extraordinary .story la' told concerning and. when he dies so! the other members

If':1. . ., are Inclined. to, think that th. r. lived a man named Nathan a Leicester lady's recent ad. of the' family are expected;

the baker's dozen originated when Hobbs, who sometimes drank more .venture with a supposed burgUr! and' 'laugh. The\ minister has a eon twen-
heavy fines were considered necessaryto than was good for him. One cold its surprising I'quelTwo married ty-OEO years old, who gett awfullytired )

d 1< 1PN counterbalance light weights\ and moonlight night two: deacons were couples occupyingadjoining houses of the- jokes Recently he4f_ l

.the bakers In order to Insure full walking home from prayer meeting. were,on very Friendly terms .weight,-took the precaution to add an Hobbs was just ahead and heard lady informed the other that she and father would spring Us alleged! wlttl-

additional'.unit 'Some have called !It them"confllng. a minute he was her hvubandwe.ro; :. 'to spend the evening clams The minister noticed this and,1

the devil's;tdoKen, because1 thirteen down kt the roadside. where bo lay at the opera h'ouso. The lady delayed 'thereafter It was Impossible) for the

furnish ''jmder' the was the number :'of witches who used like a log. her'departure to meet her husband an: to secure: a second helping of any.
Potatoes to Pigs; their ability to
are'damaced large flow of' rich milk to! _ride their broomsticks to.tht "Black The deacons rolled and shook him .and put. the poker in the fire of the food-his father served. As a
Potatoes which by rotor proper care a the Mass" of Satan. The baker's great but he didn't move. to make it burn brighter. Just as result! the son .would sometimes leave
other causes may be fed to pigs 'withgood I that tops the market and captures: book In the Astor library)has: anotherstoryTof W11.I ." _said Deacon Smith, ':.whatGrateful she withdrew' 'red-hot-She heard 'the-table hungry.:-One day the family
trade. %
results. The pig. so.'far as iti I fancy small .animal, ItsTprlgln/: ; someone trying to bpeu the front had turkey for dinner and the son decided
1Jlah} for the potato Is conCerae!d, The Jersey cow Is a. ration\ door. Going down 'noiselessly she to get all he wanted of it, even fit
and therefore her maintenance Jan Pletersen, of Amsterdam was
.seems Indifferent,, a* whether H itdiseased saw a man's band through the letter; he had tolaugh at his father'sjokes. ..
relatively large part churchman .but nevertheless
la amatl while a a good '
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not and experience ahowithat
or ;, box aperture with I an Ingeniously' 'Sooti: after he had eaten, his
swine thrive well on potatoes of her food goes to profit. he was afraid of being bewitched. Oathe I,
eontrlved'piece of wire with which bin father a
bowing considerable disease and without \ She Is" i*. persistent 'milker, often a last night of ,165,1 he sat .In his the first allowance! sprang. .,
person was trying to pull back the laughed. Vwasn't ,
injury to the health of the\anlmals!! perpetual milker and ordinarily not bakeshop trying to keep out the evil spring -catch of the lock. In an Instant pun and'the young man a roar ,.,' :.
was
laugh It '
weeks in ayear. simple ;
dry than six or eight spirits by priming himself with -a a r
The best plan Is to" boll, the potatoei I more she applied the .red-hot poker to when he fell ort d'
."" which only ended .
.- glass of good oplrits. Sales had beenbrl.k. '
and mix: with corn'meal.. the man's hand, ,
rubbing It all over. had pulled
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When the eon
of his chair; t
'long period -There were no customers In
extremely
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She has an The hand withdrawn
was with an his fatherlooked ':'
Food for Plants usefulness the dairy. Five yearacovers the shop for, the moment and he sat agonizing nr-r f jialn....The lady greatly himself together a aln his glasses: "

Plants require food and drink ,and!l tbe profitable work of the aver back, meditating on' the gains he frightened by the Incident rushed sternly over'.ald. pIcking 'up
"\ vigorous would ma.keon the when the "Ahem! Ue r1he / ;
-to th e I The Jersey generally morrow, 'Into/ her trlend'.
they have their preferences as age cow, house next door for and "pass me It
kinds desired. If Improper foods are I a crat"work when twelve to tif.I fresh New Year's ,cA o._were put on assistance.. Then she waa more as-' the carving knife fort to "X r
profitable aale. He waa' startled'...b a ..udd. n. your plate and let me help! you !
are
old many y
supplied the plants will refuse them I teen years tonlihed than ever to find her friend turkey."
and seek la thesoil for something th e I when. eighteen to twenty-one years rap.. An ugly(woman.* pushed"the door annotating the terribly burned band some more of this excellent .., ::

farmer has not supplied. When th
food la suitable! ; the plants will mak I She gives the richest milk as nearly "dive me a dozen New Year's k. .-

rapid growth and thrive but. when I three thousand standard tests have lea," she cried Inra shrill voice.' x MRS. MULQUEEN GOT A .BARGAIN. The Gray Wolf a Flghttr.

they are slekly there is something: proved. The recent demonstration at The shrillness of her voice did not' From a private letter written by Dr.

t : wrong with the food: Farmer. canIearn.howto I tbe SU Louis Exposition is a notable meaif" anything to his slow Dutch And. the Grocer's Comments Can Not Edward L. Munaon pf Fort Asslnabolne -

l feed their plants as' well I illustration of this superiority. mind. It only annoyed him. 'Be Printed.At Mont., we are permitted- to

''as their animals.-The Epltomtat. Almost all this butter fat 'can be __ "Wellthen, you needn't speak so Thanksgiving time Lucius Hill\ a qucto a sentence or two which gives '
II/ 4.-- recovered in butter or cheese; '1 be loud,. said Jan. "I'm not deaf." loading! grocer .Augusta.! Me. found a noiloa! of the po-wef-'cf: ) the gray"wolf ', '

1 To protect;Corn From, Birds.A practical value of this advantage Is ,"A: dozen!" she screamed. "Give me himself somewhat overstocked with a matter that was referred to "

young Vermont farmer has successfully most appreciated by the dairy farmer. a' tJo7.cn. Lore are only twelve turkeys On the evening before in an arf.lde'recently printed In these

used the following methodicget This larger yield of butter and cheese "Well, then twelve Is a dozen." Thanksgiving as he was going home columns. Dr. Munson says: "A fortnight -

? rid of crows and blackbirds, which Is of the highest grade of commercial' "One more! I want a dozen." for Their Help. to'supper, he! pointed to a particularbird ain I ran Into an Immense old c.,

k r were deatrollur'hla corn crop: excellence. It tops the market "Well then, If you want another. are we going to do. We can't let him that was somewhat below the others .. dog wolf which m\Uf! have weighed
Take a mixing spoon full of liquid These traits of superiority are so go to the'devil and get It.'' "lay here and freeze, .and we can't In size and appearance 'and said 150 or 100 pound's.' I had only three '

,coal tar; have it warm then mix 'It firmly fixed; In her breeding that If The hag left the shop! but fp m that Tarry him borne; that wouldn't ,do." to one of his clerks Fred K.: "You doss: with and as the rest of the pack '."

with about one-half bushel of seed fairly mated she can", be"relied upon tff night Jan had trouble. TEo shop "I'll tell ye," said Deacon Moare may sell that one for 15 cents," meanIng was off after a Jack rabbit The dogs fi

.corn. Mix thoroughly. Then dry by transmit them to. her descendants. seemed to. be bewitched. His* cakes ."we'll take him up to ,Mr. Flint's of course, 15 rents'a pound. all fine fighters, .all .started for the :,

mixing In land plaster or wheat mid- --.- were stolen. Either his bread was so barn." When Mr. Hill .returned from sup wclf. and he whipped rhenv In one :

'dllngs.. It work. better if mixed a few Keep B.lrds! About the House. light and It soared UP the chimney. So'one took his feet and the other per be saw that 'the turkey referredtp two three order in learn time than It .,

i days before planting. Too much tar The value -of birds to the farmer'' has or BO heavy that the supports of the his shoulder""and they began their wad missing! and he inquired who takes me to tell It. One he threw :

may cause a little inconvenience "in only begun to be appreciated. Nina oven gave way b noath the burden; up-hill walk wheezing and puffing had bought It. Fred informed him over a cut. bank crushed In the chest .

planting. If tbe planted' brush gets tenths of the land owners and gardeners His wife became deaf his children away. Twice they laid him down and that he had sold it to Mrs. Mulqueen of another, and gasbag tho thlrJ dojTs '.....
coated soak .it out In kerosene, do nothing to-attract tbe birds or went wild. His trade took wings and nearly concluded tb let him lie there throat. I do not think that be could '

CO' to feed them. Some of them are ready settled In the shops! of his rivals. but finally they reached tbo barn. have done u? three laJ pound wolfhound ,

To Fight 'W.ed.. for'a law to permit the killing of robins Three times tho old woman returned, They.tugged him up into the haymow, !* as easily though! these dogs 1' .

The following rules for keeping '. However, a better sentiment Is and each time was directed to go the and let him down' of mine are air good fighters and av- ., +
Ge down weeds and thereby improving steadily growing: A letter tells me devil's sanctum. At last In despair, "There" said Moare. "I believe we age brutes, and one was an 85-pound '

crops: that the writer "has a way of providing the baker called upon St.. Nicholas to have done our duty. Certainly be ataghound."-:-Forest and Stream. rJ ":rr:
w' lit Practice rotation.. Certainwebdi nests for useful birds:" She says: assist him. The venerable patron of won't freeze an' I dunno but It's going :

follow certain crops; when tbe "I put upBuch simple things as old Dutch feasts delivered a lecture on to take a week to sober him up." 1i Sunday-School Attendance Record.

weeds 'get too strong change crop. tin cans !Jn my apple trees. A tomato charity, telling the trembling' man to And the deacons started for home The four children of Mr. E. Hall- .f

2nd., Change...the. method of cultl.vatlng. can serves a bluebird or wren ad- be more generous in the future.\ Then' again. worth Jeweler of Great liar wood. ''i' '
Plow deeper or shallower, ort mirably. Leave the opening small; he vanished and in his place stood "Hold on, gen lemen. shouted ayoloe. England have created a unique reoord -. f-;{
.nse a different barrow or cultivator.3rd. punch a few boles In the bottom for the bag who repeated her demand They turned, and there in the i by their remarkable attendance nat
Cultivate frequently with light drainage; and you will find that alarge for one more cake. Jan. acceded moonlight they saw Mr. Hobbs walkIng the Congregational Sunday-school 3
l propo'rUon of will be pccupled. with rapid strides toward them.
urtace. tool. tnem whereupon she exclaimed. "The spell taat town for 'a period totaling
= 4th.- Sow.clean _seed.Cyt. ." Many bird. cannot find goad Is broken; from this time one dozenIs "I want to than ; 10U.genUemt'n for fifty-one : There was only one
years
Don't let weeds run to seed on nesting places This Is getting to be thirteen. Taking from the countera your kindness, be said "and If youdon't solitary absence during that time that

''' the manure;,''pile or anywhere On i the a serious difficulty with bluebirds' gingerbread effigy of St. Nicholas .- mind I'll walk.along with you.The'deacons being on account of Ulnen. Alloe
farm. wrens, purple martins and even the she made the subdued Dutchman lay became suddenly! mute Ann the oldest daughter aged twenty-
etb Hogs and sheep will clean up chickadees. "There are very few old his hand upon it and swear to givemore and the silence seemed to be gettingso one has never missed for. fifteen
,4' the weeds trees left. Into which they can bore and : painful that Mr. Hobbs! decided to
on .foul fallow land.- It. Is liberal measure !In- the future. years, and Clara aged eighteen.
aid that a'weed will not germinate blab nesting place. that_ are,safe and Since that time thirteen has been take a short cut for home across the James, aged sixteen and Archibald '

after a.sheep has cropped. -O. H.Samm. agreeable." A writer' In "Bird' Lore" called a baker's dozea.-New Yod'Tribune. fields. A aged thirteen have respectively a rec'A' >

tA .... says that be put up twenty cans and ord of twelve thirteen and eleven
Es"? Cold Has No Terrors for Him '
V -
cigar boxes and found fourteen of them
unbroken attendance
Your 'H--;:; Seth S Patten of Alexandria N.- H. years'
( GIve More Water occupied by wrens and bluebirds. WillIt Safety 'in Railroad Travel. ,
"Water should be before' horses' at not pay our boys and 'girls to make .fetT liD' travel la one of the remarkable men In. that
Increased railroad and :Pood.
Filling ,
vicinity. lie works In his sawmill Cheap ?
'*aH times when ndoorsand at least this experiment I find that my catbirds The looser, '
no Grocer
Is one of the urgent needs of the day. a
and about the farm clad in the same Now the. be the virtues of the
bave exhausted all
meal should ever be offered and night really prime Railroads have-never carried so many and she was much pleased to get even '
clothes as In August trousers made cereals; they are cheap easily swallowed .
lights turned out until places for. nests and I must supply; for 15 cents. He had
ever every people never run so many trains never of blue drilling' a cotton shirt and so poor a turkey and of moderate nutritive value.w
:iaatmal has had his chance at as many' more. They Insls} on a thicket such sold the whole for 16 seatsWonlc ..,
turkey
put on so many cars, never employed vest with underclothes"at '' human
drilling no 'There Is an element !In tIM average -
syrlnga bush.I
as Is furnished by big .
.. attaining buckets ,ae be win take. a so( many men never coveredso On the coldest .
t' | alt ; day2thisSwinter, mind half puritanic, half !stlngy.
'. %. drinker .begla .to. think that It is'not the been'sopopular :\ > ;That Kills. .
>.: shy maybe. tempted] by much territory'and) never when the thermometer' registered' 10 U ; which is Inclined to count as a ztue:
amount'of:! food that birds can get. but 'A' visitor from South Africa described a
artifices little -, '
>h .many like mixing a mo- as a means of getting about'as degrees below zero, he was reshlng- the InpaUoD of ''a., food"wblcha'o
: ......, or salt or oatmeal or flaxaeed suitable nesting places that win themto what Is doubtless at pace the most "
today yet with-all' thla has come ling his barn attired in this same especially attractive but believed: to rA rAbe
''Jelly or bran etc. etc. with the rater us. "BirdLore" adds a groan because deadly and most highly paid kind of '
greater danger to human life more accidents fashion. nutritious. In fact to eat that 4
1t and,constantly varying the flavor. the old farm homes, where there\ more serious accidents more work In the world.. which Is cheap and filling, Is one loCI
Horses' may even have all they 'want weN lots of.bushy trees and underbrush people hurt and morn damages In Drawn by a King. "In the gold mines of Johannesburg the petty vices-McClure's Magazine'
right after feeding provided they have an being brought up and scoured flicted. The simple truth seems to- be he said, "thi miners suffer tenAbly 1s
Mat been deprived of water for sometime up So that r birds do hot find their that'the railroad managers are. not i from the dust produced by drilling

t previous. Many shy drinkers like old safe retreats near our homes. This .sufficiently alive to the sacredness of Into the earth. Getting'into Tracking In ptyte. l

.sit,. feeders who are generally nervous can be compensated by artificial nests. human life. This 1* the mOlt preciousof lungs of the menemployed In the Tailor (standing oQ aaJ Is'; ict lI. '
p. take all nourishment best at night .r; have a tall stump of white cut leaved all earthly things. It Is something work It produces consumption whlcb him)-You don't like that even. ;

'when it is dark, and quiet and morn- birch' In which"the bluebirds han that?, once destroyed, can never be' often proves fatal in a comparativelyshort suit Why my demur the fl) !U **-
1 lag finds'the empty manger and buck- made a hole'and nested; while on top replaced and something the Injury to time. solutely perfect every line //

et which-.It had seemed' by,dayy. almost 1- I[ have a'birdhouse in which the robins which may lead to results of most serious "This is so well understood that the Cholly-I know It It flts me to*
'
nauseated them.-Frank M. ,Ware find 'a' good home: One thl-*' is car- consequences. There la a popu miners in charge of the work are very wen. The ether chaps will say. I ,

la The Outing Magaslne.I' aln. We cannot run our farms andespecially Jar impression l In Europe that railroad highly paid; a foreman In fact may couldn't possibly have had It may:"

our orchards successfully accidents are more frequent In America receive as much as '1.500 a year. to order.-Chicago Tribune.
I'_ ' 'without bird allies.-K. P. Powell.
TheGrestAmerloan'Hop. But enormously high will
than abroad, because tbe American even wages \
The possible'.profit': 'that, may re- trains are run at a higher rate of not always tempt men to shorten their KNIFED "
i suit from Intelligent hog breeding on Agricultural Brevities. speed. This contention Is'hardly borne lives In this way and this lone of
a large scale Is, worthy 'of, serious Feed and kill off your cockerels when out by the facts, since with the exception the chief causes of the labor .difficulty eo.. E.It.d M eia e.uu.r. ..

thought on the part Of farmers,'\says about four months old. / of'one or two recently established on the Rand. An old soldier released from coffee .

'.Farming.. Vinegar diluted In warm water Is the ,' trains, the fatest trains In the worldare at'' 12,' recovered his health and trill .

i. .;:_With the ;right cOl1dlt on"'oC 'food belt liquid to clear, stained eggs. operated abroad. The numerous Wooden Flower t of Guatemala.One 'nhout-Jt as follows: '

f ''_ppb' and market-the two important Fowls much Improve the character American accidents are due not so of the most remarkable botanical '. ".stuck, to coffee for years, although

factors)-It.may"prove'to''be the very of' the stubble land 'over 'which they much to the rapidity with which Amer. curiosities in the world is'the -It knifed inv.again and ngsin.:
'
thing that the farm |s, best adaptedto. range. lean trains are run as to the carelessness wooden flower which Is found In the "About eight years ago Us a resultof

'i ' Replace one-third of your 'laying with which they are operated. crater of the Volcan del Fuego or coffee drinkingwhichcongested uiy ..

The hog has always been a "fixture" hen. every year so as to keep your or the Indifference with which the fire volcano of Guatemala. It resembles liver), I was taken with a very severe .

ion American farms.' The early settlers stock young.. American public at large views the a half-blown rose, with four distinct attack of ntnlnrlnl fever. .
: = railroad An accident tttat inrvolves a petal, curving gracefully from "I would amistart "
raised a few that lived on the re- The shepherd should not expect:his apparently recover
not .employe of a railroador the point of Junction with the stem. about usual work only to differ .
person uiy
i'tuae' of the garden dairy, and kitchen
\ sheep to drink water that be would be. Indians the '
and In tarn provided the family with afraid;to drink himself.Thebrood not a-jjaasenger may bas partly due. The Guatemalan regard a relapse. After this bad been repeated -
f'+ts 'meat during the'winter.. The modern to. carelessness In railway management pant| with superstitions reverence several times during the year t
t ,, mare can. do farm, work 1 and believe that -It Is Indestructible.They .
'"American Hog"'supplies In his vart- -American- Home and Garden. was agate taken violently Ill,
; .
and breed a colt'at the same time but have a tradition that when one "The doctor' said be bad. oarpfnlly .;
i 'civilised world not-only the bams. mustnot; be overworked. Telegraphic New York. This sketch was drawn by King side of the Volcan del Aqua or water studied my cue and It was either '
pork, latd, baooe but also illuminating When the colt Is growing the boots Few persons appreciate the Importance Carlos of Portugal for the Paris newspaper volcano burst but In-' 1841 and let coffee or die,' advising me to tjkepiostum ;

,and }nbrtcatlng oils, combs brushes, should be looked to occasionally to see of the telegraphic businessof Figaro,. loose a raging flood of angry' .waters, a .lav its J plac*. I bad n I":11".' .- ..

,w buttons, knife-bandies, and various if they do not require trimming.. the' metropolis. More than 4000 . shrub of this plant was the only thing thought coffee! one of ray o>tiVest-- -"' ,

kinds of ornaments: Every' crower'- .hoqld know what is persons are.employed by the Western Bear Has Two Teeth PuKtd. that escaped destruction. The Indians frlrtKlB, and especially when''sick, and

." Tb. bog... really one of the.farmers the paying weight with him. what Union and-the Postal Telegraph companies A performing bear traveling with a believe that the flower can 'cause or I was very ranch taken back by tbp '1

4,, .aoK,'profitable 'crops, and I. worthy of weight he can sell to bring him tbe Greater New York and as vaudeville company playing here this prevent eruption. of the volcano. doctor's decision for I hadn't suspected

zuor, attendant?,: he .is I useful to the greatest profit. *, many more perhaps la this vicinity In week'was the patient in a cue of dental . the coffee I drank could possibly .cause

dairyman vbswause.he will -eat the-byA i. That kind of husbandry In, which.'sbsep'ot the Industries dependent on the wants surgery to-day. Making Maps. my troubles. '
b ,products of-the d.tryb., Is useful to some kind do not figure .slacking of-the craft.. The bear has been out of humor for Four color ;t most are<<1 eeded to "I tbought-lt over for a few mlunjes! r'"
distinguish the surfaces of' separate and finally told the dot-.... I would ,t i
t. the grain farmer because h* win convert In a most substantial means of The moneys) taken In for telegraphic some time on account of toothacheand }
the two troublesome teeth districts on any plane map. so .that 'make the change. Poituui was pro- i<
the grains and rasa. of the farm, sustaining fertility. service In the'- financial district of were
;tats moneyr o from either standpoint .There 'Is'a better'margin for New York-the receipts) from W&11Street removed by a local veterinary. cured for me the same day and made ;
be win show a"profit.. The more care la well fed profit and the exchanges-are greater Tbe, animal was strapped 'on bis according to directions: well IJkM It 'a
,a litter
of. pigs than
'" ;lyon devote to him the, better, he', walls found in other like of investment maybe than the entire telegraphic receipts of back to the-floor and the trainer and and stuck to It and since then I'have' -
any \i
>4 ,hag you.. One mutt get the Idea out of of money OB the farm. the state o Oho.' ... - veterinary set to work. The tusks been a new man. Tti change lu health '. J
'" so firm that. the Job took began In a few days and surprised me. '
%vhis bead,tbt'anything Is good enough, The receipts- the cable comps were an
vr a bog; the fact la that'nothing isi The )loan: who misses out: on a little nice alone exceed $7.000,000 annually. hour,,and a half.. .The animal perform and now. although I am seveuty-two': :It

i i Joo good for him.iJeresy'CeWe., alfalfa patch for the sowa and litter TilIIcltJ' is the headquarters of the ed as usual that evening. 'I" yearn of age,. I do lots, of bard work

r:.,...,,. has a new mile-etone yet ahead. .. of" .him- New York Tele phere' Mutual Benefit '''There Is no similar case'pn ttie'reo and for the past'month have been't,
w ; Butter Record.Profcably ./ In hla'path! of progress., \ association and the ,Telegraphers'Aid ords .of dental surgery.-Pottstown teaming driving sixteen mllesua day.

the blood, of the Jersey lsasrally.diffused An "animal of a fixed and long-In- society of a flourishing telegraph' cor ;pondenee'. Plttsburg. Press.'' besides loadingand unloading tbe
,
;1 and more high-, herited type wilt! control the 'type :of ers' Insurance-association, the Gold A wsgo ,.Tha fa whatPoetanV: In the,
the ,offspring when .coupled 'with' an Strangest Street In: the World. 'place of coffee{ a. done fee me. I nowlike
pruMd Inth.;buttsr-prodncfag' dls- Stock Insurance company" and a tele
i of the V&ited Stats, as well/astamlly animal' of ordinary character. graph en' building and loan association ' Tbe .city 'of Canton 'possesses the no. two with a', common boundary.are the Poetum ae well .*. I did coffee."I .

I, E. Cows &tt eowitis/ t The"man who has a piece of ground ,with more;,than 1000 L members. Strangest street '/n the world. It. is tinted alike. . -.: have known people who did not

than;taat:;of any-other*breed,' 'large enough for a nSe..IhOUld most. Henvjalso'ls the.J< syvrarmia. u t,' 'Clik'" ''pe'tM //certainly tmpg>va. ft. and :hav*.a good- organization those engaged...Intlw op bamboo,, and contains ,.more signboards JolnlDg' districts, on a plane;surface,' lag learned to make It property accord-
IU ran; aa ? ''' '. business; and'theMors. club, to the square foot than ,n1.treet'ln' and X borders in one way or another, leg to directions; they have com to''Jlka
t . tei ...fllch.bU',, a'banquet'oa- he. bjrthd' "j'or anJ"other', country... It,. con- upon ''each. it .as ,w.ll as'coffee. 'I, ......' mfg a '

have a t enm the founder of-the craft and flails laths' no' other shops but 1J1OH'' 01apolbecarl. It Is clearly impossible' to Introduce 'chance! 'to pralle'It.-'Nam.: given' by ..
; << I ..', ;;and dentists 'Appropriately a fifth area ,,which, -shall, so adjoin .Postum Co., Battle Crook, Mich- ,<,n, c#
......... PrOetabl.ia:: IlL .tu'tfilftl..16 not on-Memorial; day: to{wreath ;;bisstatu.In '
ofak Ik'0 + enough, 'It Is called'Physic taueetr these four districts: alas need another 'Look: for the seta book.' "Tb Boa'4to :
lYltr; t / tt ? +ard pro&* la any ota- Central Park.with. flower.. *.- <7 .
tlty rspi a loa.;and 't'farm.proIIlIfIt.jr ;< 'X.J ':;- 'i New:.York 1'.t '. ; 11' .teat.r.: t .. WellvlUe.ta.,plp.|. ,. .., .".41IF
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/J.jHE.tp prLlPlir.;.tsV. '(hrtextrstlt'dlnattr bcanty/and pow 51 rjrlnrttme! -after the. w..t"\"a4 lia.will ban. Sd6 bed*.. The total cost .: D..bar IN.>IIIATION,I'CAMft'"IN *frJllOLIC.to .

. tIt. t of jut Uilile./ 4 lYp'iiuiat come well .U.-I.. palatlng: time. of construction will reach KLOOXOoaThe : Tha late Paul Lawrence ;: '' W' .

I 1 > valiantly defend the BlbJ e re is no lu.t'ftsllllf.,11ft! Insects. are attendliur physicians will .bate the negro JMNt.1&14. an editor, "...".*. Chopin's Funeral. M......'Cemao: *** Un--

SCHOLARLY Y SUNDAY SAMON" B> nu.-.huct'irreverence' ; It Is the butt lie air at that time ready to.commit, salaries from .1400 to MOO a year., addressed a' Sunday',,.school ID' NwTorkJ "_.r""" tMr*"a*; ClreeimtJtanee
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t. DR. CHARLES EDWARD LOCK&.: walk of our elsiiisntion-the fonnda\\<>'i Ide i'.v sucrociitlon In the coat of I :!. An edd iae$4et- 'happened, "Many. people .,nave' beard tH

"d' tine of liberty, the cornerstone of VItriiHi. li Iraliit. The lmOlOpbHIr fondKv w.w-e _,.? though,. at Its) end; aa Incident thai;;. lthmIn
I I submit whether we do not Are also favorable at bat "ulOn. We offvrOn Iivdr Dollar Beward for Duabar laughed at aa heartily as tit- "Marohe rwnbre-. : ot bat few

: ....J-II 'TUe aia e>r Inev>_ Hiuiiult u serious offense against the proper' drying and increased!>> lit. of j; Ira'ease of Catana ttet ,sans p*wredby. rt of aLl' ". are' aware.Uat. It had iff otida' Ia''' ; ,a '

1 (UK-redness of the Book when we' In- mint. .bail's UMairb V\In. "Dunber, toward the lose of his ..' rather ghastly after-dinner. frolic.
dule, I.. couetnnt jnke and pun basedapoo' should be o habit with every prop- >.J. easiest a Co.,Toledo.\,O. said Tbe painter Zlem. still diving ta half'
Wa-tbe .ml.rnrad. barre known ,. J. marks :
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Brooklyn, N. T_Dr. Charles Edwa ILe rl.tUl'4.'L.. I.t cannot be owner every spring. to- look overiiilriliigs. Cl>*avy lor the last U years,sad believe aimFert.otl' "'And my little friends if you do old age relates bow some nfty-eti

.. Locke, la the Hanson Place N, fca. uusthluRiless I than sinful sacrilege to etc, and see It they need konoimbU. all business tranaaolions these things some day will :years'ago He bacllri..ea.a little Bohemian
all
... ,j' Church Sunday, Broached on "Popular weave the holy personages and Irtql-- line, not merely.tn.-if-tht'y. and aaaacUUy abl lo carry oat any you dinner In. hi* stud/ which waa
., Desecration of Snared Vessels The dents of Bible liUlory Into ridiculous :o saintlier year." but whether the obll.Uons .ad.by tb ir nrm. wear a gold crown. Yes each of yoa '' "

Sin .f Irreverence." The ; or, story Time Bible <%als with most t .as'-uot route for piittlus !. the\ \\-.rr at :ra..".. WltoieMU Pragglsta. 'To- some day will wear a gold crown.' divided by' hanging 'totbl'll Motions.
text was !
from II Samuel Tl.-ft-7 "Cssah'putforth serious questions which Involve; tbe I blab "ntrh. In time. which *haHlally leas :Q. "A; little chap la the front row,. In one of these sib" a skeleton
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Y.tvrs
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A WholesaleAr.rgtsts
e 'by Zlem for "dm9-
nine. For one.roat aom.ttmee.used '
bla; hand to the ark of God and life and death and weal and woe of n\e O. catching the poet's friendly eye piped: ,
took hold .e< 'It;- and God smote Aim tbo race:' and do we not violate 'its o At appU*
there for hue errorV'Druloclw aUl. Lathe sacred right' when we make It the "tll
courae of fete eeriness .IM..". 'of our fna- and laughter This ... ,.t on the IrtilMlugby preventing ot tb.syst.ou TwttmoBlals acsit frr4 .. Tea, b*, does- )n his toot' salt During the aft rdlnnef tan Stem .
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I* n popular desecmtlon wbjchl: Uk.Crollllh's letting ten and causing' eadleaad J.rIee.' .lMr boUle. acid by aUOracclstm.'' into this
There'1 danger that our creates. d Take H aU'.1I'1,. Pin.for oouetlpailet., the little chap." and the painter RIcard crept
national 111& ball be the alii ot Irreverence : sin, has been committed so expense. .linseed oil' section,' and wrapping th.. old sheet

The .udPtttstary. of Ucsab's long: tlmt It has not occurred to many wh tiles theceroenr uo becante lhat bolds all. Ten years .co.(with, a'population 'of Ute a pall around the sVeleton carried .

act of desecration lo placing hi* hand: txiopte that they unintentionally I k"'o sat together..gradually decays S2.000.000.) Prussia maintained nearly 1Xathr.. Choir 1t.-among their.oon'r&d.. .where

, upon tbe Rely ark of Oed la full of; uniKrrmhilng' the very book which. cw .. air 3000( technical schools, representingall clean and the lather him-
I they desire most -defend.. ,s; just Iron exposed: to To polish Pollrnao seized It and wrapping
serious and sesames which I
,, svitli( Important I The Snbbatji- a sacred verfseU A' and Vnes* will slowly lony or oil- the'principal Industrieswith an covering of chairs etc, mix Together self with !the skeleton: in the sheet cat
t apply solemn significance t* ourage (1Iu. .
and .ur country" and or indi-. divinely Imtltnted day, for rest and lire' water mid oxygen lithe air attendance of ever 200000. equal parts of vinegar and linseed down to play' a queer dance of death
In both .
vlilunl worship and bathe We cannot spare n e-of the trouble! oil. Apply very sparingly with apiece at the wheezy old piano.' .fIn
{ cltlceushlp.Jod I t"RIIP the : outside of Ovet Dtshr .........the ...."
bud; given concunendment te, the Snbbntli, but we cannot keep It J''* 1 ying. only effort reason, that w* apply Could be eliminated. tor the use ot Dr. Bigawrs -- of flannel and polish with a soft the midst''of It &II;"Chopin.. wno. '1

Moses *.-anafuet a eaerf'd 'cbe.t t*, If It II I steadily( allowed to become more paint cab or Iron Is because w. HuoEleberry CordlaL It .,nra..* D,.... cloth The dame. treatment is excellent Was of the, party: ,* was sdlsed with'aas;

be. orcrUid witbtn and without with: and mercat social and a business day. want I' water and ni, away from ter). Diarrhoea Children TeHblng., At for French'polished furniture, inspiration and seating himself at thai
cwld. It was to -uraneunted All vices "Andenemies\ of our nation Them; Dmcclste ciao and 60o put bottle.Car. be remembered
pore bat It must that the
I s paint.l that III, paint In -- piano with an, exclafaiatioa that;
with two cherubim i of'' beaten gold., tlttire best where tbe first day.: of which1nM\ >eA oil JII tnt ally doe >:> vinegar and all 'nkixture la to be apapplied -. brought the ro'ysterera to.their senses,'
Tfhls ca*,ket was to be a receptacle for the week Is decreasingly reverenced tins viw
"
t"C'hIAIIhut" | lwrt. Pnnt.| and that elbowgrease"
of the Teeth. sparingly extemporized: them,and there1 the tun-
t Dinner parties and hilarious ..outingsarranged .
the Table ( Stone wlUcfct .Moserbadreceived that l lt which
Is
oil
(In | the. no
'
f on the top of Mount Sinai and Cor the Sabbath are direct longer; *,eun"nwre impervious to Cracking nuts, biting:thread, and : Into be need generously.. one "Marche-runsbre while his Do.i

14s> ben.tlful ark was t. be an altar of attncke upon the security of our .... iii" ai ltr, t.han ? Blngl thlckuessef want of cleanliness are Injurious to the hemistn auditory applauded,la mantis

t, prayer which "waa''to be kept In the public. The'.Dwpetnlty:. of a ntlorldepends cheet. would 1 I... It tbn weaIN'iy teeth. After eating the mouth should FI' 'Iat'T1i.: : .'>>eKrvoaa: .DtoeoMe prmaneatly > delight-Montreal Herald 'vi jcallop '

t midst ot die people, for God bad aald. upon the reverence Of the: a root of etl-paint before be rinsed with lukewarm ..water and cored by D,. &. _'. Great Men .

"There will I ,meet wit:* tfcee." Ood peoplev.. Wben the temple Are empty, the old III oeud. the oil rJ"ftthe such pieces of food as' are'not thus lte Nr. S>1 trial bottle and treat!** free, Flatten. 1" ff
.
' tbe >>..U. )f.K.u.. JA. a0l> lab BLPblla.Pt. In Unlon.,
I' 'explicitly' commanded: that na band walls of the citadel crumble: new penetrate away carefully: by
lioultl What tbe altars ot worship .. and the t abe A acallopunion is the-la teat ,com'jlnatlon .
touch the ark says the prleatVamd are ftegIp.cted. outing wilt once more toothpick. .The toothbrush should Some blander -P0-
and virtue and purity are dethroned. Iteoome Poleebylspeeldeett.t of labor. The scallop fishermen .
-
rings poles were provided bywhich ,! "Vud this l method of renoT elastic and tb. North
not too hard. Rub and
t this sacred vessel was to. be a nation's protectors lose their *!!?" "'* 1IIIId.liullplr..1. ; up .of Bar.Harbor;. Maine are going
,,-carried. courage and spirit.' of i eserlflce; and This. exrt why It j, better': economy down aa well, as across the teeth. ..Aeat1lunl HrsTwinslow-s Bootbiac Byrap for Children ,to unite mender' to control the price
The PliUVrtlnes there Is speedily decline and-fall. God to repa do more Injury than'good teethibir,* n os tbe gamraduos laflstannation '
rame up against \ IIt1.! before it becomes ,sibyl palaenre wind senates a bottle of the shellfish that are; brought to>'
lame! and capared'tbe ark aid held It hns put Himself on record' as ready .absolutely' U arT than -little after.. by rubbing the teeth ao hard as not that portTbasactlanas
decided
a "apU.--.I--.1:1t7: year, when David to'cause those nations to"ride upon ,When the *u ogee deed o,. fresh only to Injure the enamel by.excessive: Folly' zed failure< roost oar tin. aamt1 :because the a
tbe high plnoes of the earth". which COllt.will pitin perch.-Chicago N.... upon selling price baa
conqueretTlillUtla and bttllded A suitable < whose: coating off. friction but also to hurt the gums
place for the ark, and wit: 30.OOO) keep Ills Snbbatbs...' Htstorr folfll tile da, pt, repainting meant ageneral No care will. preserve them "U they been so low that.it has scarcely ps,14
warriors went down to the bOI'decof In every century the curses of theAlmighty tnrnu to bring the catches to'marketAvery
: iulng.npsld down. should be kept without,consulting A CRITICAL PERIOD .
tbe enemy'. country and secured pot which have restett upon a' two-weekotternr' ) ,lp" of the dentist

esslon of the precious treasure In those people who have destroyed Ills place.' with II" and pails a lot t '

w the excitement; and Joyousnee of this holy day Why do we argue the question wben he who. runs read? :111" Maudrnglreml niaterof Eliot, of Harvard?com. INTELLIGENT OW MEN PREPARE
long looked for .klol7.Unah' mortal may d. etc. the damns the ... ,
paying of large silerlea to '
.In of Irreverence was committed The human body I. a sacred vessel. pointing time. alurnl. 80 was the t'O
which coot him bis life. What a marvelous gift is. the :voice.', < of toe ,IIIIf time. of .III1't-! the head of great 'corporations. Pangersi and Pain of Thl*initial Parted MCMILLAN..oa

In the day of proeperltylrretereoee with its capabilities of music andvpeecb. milking' fine. idle'moullhllt time That's a good idea-*declares the'Atlanta Avoided by tae U.. of Lrdla M. rink.bam1 'AVERY .

pow most Insidiously. When men Alas, that ever. its powers are and. the like. \\we ,11., .. ,? ,? age Journal.. Save tbe money and Ttrta>bl* Oonpound. .o.U>1-,. Ace. Atlaata, Oawi

feel secure In thflr own successes they profaned! Consider too. the tastes when snap cori.om the atoll between pass It to tbe man down the line' who -.AU. KIsTDS) Of..

t are prone to 'forget the command of and appetite. and muscular possibilities ter and citeapeout. ran make ,t needs It. How many .wen

God. We do not depend ao helplessly and vital forces. What exquisite shirts III'rPAel)' ?,?,,. for ,.l man realise that MACHINERY)

oil our Heavenly Father wben our Joys Ood' has Invested in the human '..." than we clT the ?,?,?.!??. I !Too :Busy. /Jl the moat erltioal

Achievements bare glveu us'grenteon- body I But, desecrated and 'disregarded. -' 'l\'I.co.. we can i-'coal, ofl., .r gas : Some of us think life Is a holiday ,y d period in a woman

fldence" In ourselves. National and Individual bow this body may become al, cheaper than weUnke tallow-ran. when the fact Is have .kL. !! '* existence
we hardly 'urnsenough
prosperity are at once our bundle of clashing nerves a prison dies, RIIII wb"1' >Tet0d0-I'e" 4 w- ; I* th. .ehange of b

greatest 1angr and greatest security.In pen full (It cruel and warring enemies.'. 'Wit want to to pick out our to about "Hooray I and.., bihappy. Uf, and that the ,

r the frenzy of victory, a. did UZEUU God's rreat-apostle wrote "If snyl 1 colorfrom the i t the store and .Atlanta Con.t tutlO w'> T etf anxiety felt by.

-.o do we often commit. acts.of Irreverence. man defile the temple of God," as the' pay the painter uttlirg on' the 74c women as this t''
body Is called "lilra shall God destroy paint. BOX OF WAFERS FREf-NO' DRUOS time draws near

Sometimes it la fashionable to be irreverent. ; for the temple of God 1* 4.oly I ;. -When It <'om. I"klnlf: ont the .CURES BY ABSORPTION.. rA. awl ia not without

Tbe Philistine, In transporting 'which. temple ye are." pamtIt. Is not n that one reason T
the ark. had placed It upon an The human mind-seal-Is n sacred hoold be a pnlnt'ft;I more Cmnf BUt>la* of a.Baa BrMh sag If her ayatem lain a deranged condition

os cart, Bnd:wbeu the Israelites cap vessel. A.. man Is not -vlth "all. dlllgene -:: than one should be lebeiut when Baa. _.. ..Shrt Br..tb- or she ia predisposed to apoplexyor .
.....
,, for out of It" of buying kerosene or C"t .-ecar Ee.et.tie.a.Iee.ga.r connection of It is at this .
tured' the ark they followed the error are the Issues ;: store any organ. Ie.'
Gl tbe Phtllatlnea and were returning life." Man is the upward looking buyer when selectliif:1"1; n snap Been, Kto., time likely to become active and witha

\J\ with the ark drawn by OSl'o. instead animal. I-Is mind baa been created chemist when buyinI ,All that Tab a Mull's \Vafer any tilDe'of the day host of nervous irritations, moke life,",

-:;. of carried by the stares and rings, as with powers of concentration and' I la necessary to 4nai all.chow III or night sod note tbs immediate gall .l- a burden. '' tellable Prick Kitfllno*. Blrv'Is | ,ill
some knowledge/ ofour feet oa your stomach.: It absorb the gas," At this time also and tumors
> God hAd peremptorily' commanded.One analysis tbat be might find out Ood.Wben tanneter of ; anoers '
duiaiwu to* stomach kills the $ **. Wheat .
paint denier nIMI.I powonimrm : psratora. ,
liable deatrneilve
are to their
his more begin -
act of Irreverence man uses faculties against reputation
Iea4ato jn- and core the disesM.Calarrb; ol
of the .
standing! II
other. And when tbe ark .book as lift Creator be baa-desecrated a ancrcd. r the palest the bead and throat utwboie.om.load and work. Such warning symptoms.
tho cart went over Kaclion's threshing vessel :Wan' logical faculty and powers . offered. Nor must (01 ec.ot to bUT overeating cask bad stomachs. Scarcely a sense. of anffoeatlon, hot flaahea, dlstinea $ s&kAxtOEST
floor. UtERh bcedleaiiy committed. blaaerlou of Invention-are often diverted :voj II pure linseed oil pal I the any stomach is entirely free from taint of *. heaoaohe. dread,, of Impending"
of linseed" nil Alone I taken! some kind. JialH. AoU-Belch Wafer will evil, sounds in the timidity pal-
offense. When the church allows the Injury Instead of the elevstlon, ears, -
It men. A for granted when nl zJers make your stomach healthy by absorbing pitation of the heart sparks before the
the
: world to set its fashions, sacrilege prostituted printing press is disci0
soil dollar bills nt a 1.7.1. fool gases which aris from tbs .ndi MUd .
*, disastrous and .deplorable. doing much in "'..mplre literature" to; fine II hook for"sucker" feed and by r.-.aforciBs tb. lining of tb..tom.cb *' eyes,btre8'1lla.rltlea.tlpatlon.,variabil
speedily follow. violate. human mind. A bad book be :keu for granted wf, it ,.all nsblinit; to tboroucbly-! appetite, weakness and InqoUtud "
Two otber fruitful causes of Irreverence or an Immodest pIctnre-1 a poisoned ny ouewhether the food with tb* gastric ;111-.. This are promptl"beede4 by intelligentwomen
.
mall order lion IMPROVED SAW !HILL> effEAtTIL,
are forgetfulness'land\ fninlllnrlty. arrow driven into the mind from! nt IIIl1n. cures stomach trouble, promotes digestion who are approaching th.period J ,
TIle ark had been In Uezab'i house which an absolute recovery. is not pos' nfaHurer or ilenlercheap hIt too ....Cea. the breath atop belching anti;, of life when woman's great change Large Elltll-and Bollere evpelle.
lie
is for
bidding ..
duce his boyhood and he dared to take I sible. Ench must revere his .own:' ""\ .," no. matter w "Rde ofI"klfr. and fermentation.regular tbrougb ti rt this action p_bceoms*atronf may ezpoot.ecLWe believe. E. promptly. ahlna<. Mill. .Corn Mllla. .
Lydia Plnkham'sVegetabl. iJ
privileges with tbe sacred furniture. mInd. and shield; himself from tbe prohl'1..IIt. Discard drags. as you know from cxpsri- Compound is the world's Circular eawavSaw T.* hP.t.II' Dooa,.
.Familiarity sometime breeds eon- ten thousand inimical influences' that'are eoN they do not ear stomach trouble. greatest .
But paints sold In nunder '.. 8t.am. Qoverncr Pull line atnflnee \
for at this
.,' tempt. It la not discoverable that Intended to thrive on the spoliation starts Try s common-eras (Natur.'sl method remedy .women trying .
the brands offttctiirers rep, that dose car*. A soothing period. Mill Supplies, .*sid for free Csta.a......, i
TJtiatt was either malicious or willful of pure natures Howempty moan- hating MOSS- ,
are all goal boa result instantly.W Lydia El Pinkhans'a Vegetable Compound -
but he would be the and Dn differ-
heedless playhouses howbankrupt
was and '
even ao apparently liisr from another .
one know Mall'a Antl C.lcb tVtftrs will invigorates sad strengthen the-
a harmless aln at beedlessnesa many of the publishers It porlantmatlarof( tbelOlItlOII I Itainsl. 1.s 1m. do this, and w* want you to know I&. The: male' organism and builds .up the ILL I! THE LICE]

brought upon him the awful penalty the American people would suddenly ,, but |>ractlcallyaka'5JJ'1'their ; offs may. not appear ...i... weakened nervous system aa no other' '
for his disobedience. Tbe Influence'of refuse to 'be any longer the receptacles ll can. =
i =0fII1UII.....
sacred things.depends their for the filth and corruption of -
upon aa- tlnlly of linseed oil.
pure JSc. t MrA; E. G., n.I4.'of Cheater-
rednea beta'preserved. God could many of the popular books and most m. spa! GOOD .FOR 113
pellllnn of the (better class lute own, Md., in letter to Mrs .Pink-: ; PRUSSIAN
not control Israel without their respect of the popular dramas! lass driven Inferior good 'Scad this eonpoa'with ham saysiDear 't. ... ,.I '

and obedience hence the suffering of Josephu says that in the closing. out of the nmrket;. and 110'a II! and address and your drufgivfs your" same name Mr PInkhamt b :a&McE'roxll L' :
*
,UBiali. No ain is more treacherousthan scenes" of .:Jerusalem such were the irreverent tuner of standing norr puts o and 10c. ia stamp or silver, and w* 41 had been with fir. .....1.Uai aid,.... 'i .
Irreverence. It decoy Its victims and imcrllegeoas practices or puliit. under Ills own name st I' will supply. you a sample Lee it yon Buffering a displacementtar7es
and tsbfXMtoCatbtt
It Is like the that .if the have need Mall'. Anti was fMMsrfUK change ,_'ti..A.MI.r.l.D..CY, '
people Romans Ilieh
dry rot in the ship's timber liadj As to guarantees on paint never .f Ufe. X bad a.good deal ot suransas, dissr
Irreverence slyly gains admittance not destroyed tbe city some dreadful he taken for .what they are n Wafer, and will also send you a certificate spells, headaches and was vary nervoa1 & ."lla.ew.r Mew t..gp,.01 ''
for SSo. toward IIIO---.o.l'-W""- ,
tae "
where grosser evils would be easily re Judgment: like that which befell Sodomwould Any reputable manufacturer w e oTmor nod* Belch Wafer 1I Yes purtbss will- wroto yoa tor stovio and oammsao.d trsatmsnt ..anBifsraC.. areMB.eiaa.|Sjr' 1

pulsedBatan! Is constantly busy trytrtlthe -' nave come upon that city. Thns.1! rood any defect actually tra And them invaluable for atomaoa troo- with t .. ingr to sons of Levl who indeed havenations and cities and, the paint Itself and not 10ia, o ble; corsn by absorption.! Addrca Oompoond_ .*you dlracted,and I am nappy lift .
to .
.serve Into the. sons of indlvidnals disappeared under the disintegrating lie or treatment of It.: The iportant Mou.. Gars; Toifto' Co., 828 id y thatalitboss dlatrwring symptooM !
I
Ell. Beware of the deceptive tendencies ; processes of irreverence.' guarantee: which time Ave" Rock lalaoo, JII.Oloe DM casing, and of life bars e well pused woman safely" through. tbe ;::

of familiarity; wbenj delicate respect .As- the bold and wicked .Belshazzarwas hurer .should exact from bin dei :Addrtt For advice o.ta'lmOrlaDt I
rC mad WrU. special regarding -
for holy things Is lost, then defilement in revelry and drunkenness. d.. that time paint Is made by a .PltIIl.llf. Invited to CUiiE
period women! are
and sacrilege flllnff. the sacred -vesiels of the Lord facturec that knows Ills -
., easily enter. : biislnesi write to Mr.' PJnkham: Lynn; Mas* a
'
c"' '/ fWben reverence: depart character can- a white hand came out of the black thai the paint itself Has.* record All I drnrfitte .flOo. per bor by mail She I* daughter-in-law of; Lydia B.Pinkham !.

pot be retained, for character depends sleeve of the night and wrote, in'' lie securer tills guarantee he cni\ neon'..c.imt 'l-pries, citssav*.socepted..ting . and for tw.at.a"7ean ha* ---:: -, -

upon faith 'and In obedience to sacred letter of fir... "Tlioa art weighed In1' ford. to chance the rest of It-the been' advising sick women 'free 'of an Inflamed,ulcerated and catarrhal coio-

things: the balances and art found wanting! will undoubtedly give good semi ElL ; has the same effect on' nun- eh...... Her advice 1* free and always, didonaof the mucous membrane such asnasaicstarrb.uterinetatarrb '
At Belshazcar'a feast in the nap. And tbat night the irreverent young I>ro<)er4y applied according. to d'L. '. helpful to caused
*er 1'that study; has on Ignorance. ailing women.
pod impregnable city of Babyloii. it king was found dead la his palace tlollL' by ftnlaln Ilia, sore throat. sore\,

was tbe towering crime of irreverence The inexorable. penalty 'of Irr81'ercnce'I. Love I. but month or Inflamed eyes by simply ,
mostly romance, marliege
In defiling the sacred vessels of the death! When 'a woman glvea a man : dosing the stomach.: .
temple worship at Jerusalem: that But they who bear reverently the piece of her mind she loses Just E RIBLE? ITCHING SCALP.. la'all matter'of fact., But you surclr casi cure these srabboraj

brought'disaster and death to the dissolute ark ef God, who obediently follow the mUch-and he gains nothing. '.. affections by local treatment with '> 0
young monarch' What are some commands of God, who dally honor err. :nake'Oat Also e. Hands and

of the boly things to-day which mast In thought and deed the Son-of God. J Umfca-JtB Old Soldier DeeUwasiCvtleara Paxtlne Toilet Antiseptic:
_
be honored nod preserved who bold In highest esteem tbe privileges Itch cured In 30 miDtites by Woolford'4 : i. at Blesflnc." WHY TAKECALOMEL which '

The church is a sacred vessel. Dedicated of the son of Ood.'shall ,enjoy Ssnitsrv Lotidn: never lai:.. told' by l>ruyiifisU. t all time aDd'to all people i ant > discharges destroys the diseaseg and rmscnecka beaJa '
pain
Mail D.JL stops Ue
to tbe service of God it should peace and Joy forever more for the E. D.tchon, Crswtordavdle,"1ml.filled$l by, n if: to testify to the merits of Cnti- ? inflammation and soreness' ,.
not be diverted Into secular uses Jesus reward ot reverence 1* life-here and, .Jt"saved me from won seen there ; Paxtlne represents the most"successful

drove tbe merchant out of the courtsof her.l1tte..1ta.1'.r4! Th. thing that makes a.'maai' like a of hades, about the year 1800, with WheuMozley'i Lemon local treatment' for femlnlae Ills ever-

the temple and, aa yet there has >> the Cnem Ceaatty. woman is li* can never tell why. if' on my scalp and temples, and afvds Eliot a purely vegetable produced.""Thousands of women tadf, .

been no permiselou'grantedfor, their it commenced to breakout onnda. compound with a pleasant ' to this fact.- So cents at drnggis.
?4 return. The sons of Aaroii"were dc- We have secured! a property right in Then it broke out on my limb
I \1 Toured by the strange flre-wlilch tlioy ibo nn.eeu! country .because-dear ones. AILING WOMEN.. V went toe aatfeoa, wbos treat-, taste will relieve you Sand for Free Trial Box !I

undertook: to offer At the altars of the have .migrated thither, and it now exerts Beep In. lIt'da..1I ..1 lh. Kldaejs aid me no rood, bat rather agraUhe of Biliousness; and ,rail Tfn> at.'PAXTOIt
Lord.< And similar results occur today amore Immediate and vital Influence trill KMP T.. 1711. 'diseasf. 1 then told him I kindred diseases without

In tbe consuming of holy' instincts upon us., An old lady wbo.bad women V> and see asohysicisa In Kri*. :Th gnipigg or nausea, aDd THE DAISY FLY KILLERS N.i.i. : I
..and respectful inclinations; 'when the made full acquaintance with bereave- Si'ek. suffering, .languid are \\a. that 1 eoiHilro atfytrhsre but ,a..wr vin seaflea'ea... M :

church of God 1* made n place of ment wa. asked If she ever received learning true cause of bad backs a' f enema' like nhoaeould. not be leave DO bad'elfccts. '/' =:-= z.I"

amusement and merchandising. In Intimation'of the presence of those who and how to cure c |iat 1 was too. old (80). 1 went te .5Oc. :' and SIOO per'bottle .i.--" -, ... ..,,",. M _M=LIw= ''

chapel and parish houses many'things had parted from Ler, and. she replied them. Mrs. W. G. at; doctor in tb* city of Jtrie and at all Drag Stores. '4P" " ' : ': = :.1.1!
are proper which In the sanctuary lead tbat staff sometimes felt ';&-drawing." Davis. of Groeibeck Uk "i him Jor' .ia months,' with : .-= .:" '. .

c unmistakably to Irreverence. Daniel Webster In Hues of tribute to Texas: ,. say: "Back Re ..' '1 had read of the Outlcor MOZLEY'S'LEIIIION .. ."I..!: "" .-. !!. _!!-_ ,'I 1

Then Bible is a most sacred vessel. his angel child touchingly says that and I M I seat for-4lae Uaticor -. ': ;.,'r ,:-1'-: =- ;::
he had become the v ache, hurt me so I- eat end and ELIXIR.' ,I.., ." ?:::: :=- I
r There is not much danger of blbllola- expected to teacherof till Jg esplyfot.- aon.tik11 .. ..
try,' but we need to be' much on- our the boy. but that now Instead, the could hardly stand. In''tb.,Beeolveaf nutlet-sad .._.Le.

1 guard lest"the very availability of our boy has become the ancestor the Spells of 'dizziness'and 1"1 tries stopping it to take the "OS- Don...c--:" . ',. I IGI.

,Greek Book shall cause It 'to be 'let fatter, and the guide; and the great lick headachewere two i now getting better. 1 took CURED '

appreciated. Thing are often valued statesman humbly beseeches the sainted frequent and i.fk.P day> and a' night i let the Dro ... .:

by use In proportion to the men Ace.which '. one tcr-leed him on in tbe earthly I %. the action of the kid.eys .liiBti* Soap dry on. I nsod'tb* T P.l.1slok'I'

lies been suffered for them.: path. Surely all who have experienced .'" . was Irregular ., ten lotlta w great effect after washing H1CK3' Rvltef. ti
ir 'A genetleman placed a genuine sorrow by: the entranceof Vter, to atop the itching at : Aeessw.; a Sines aa
copy of the SooD.after I began taking Dana Kidney -, oae8. ,:CAPUDINEi! assiiects a per.am.t ems = .
V
Gospel'of St. John on my desk the death. into the cherished circle, '17.1t..H. nils I passed several gravel treat now eared.. -Th Caticnra .,.. .6e ::*. TrUlucMia aS
other d.,., '.od' .ald-I\--eo.touy; two P."D.1H, are constrained If used \\ a, blessing and should be i OlSUt-1 j\ .. abstty
;atones I got well and tbe trouble baa P4 who has itching: of theUod '. HEADACHES seeefts/s.stbt.a 16 N S..e. .
cents It was in excellent type and tb.y.have held to the Christian faith. hkla; nee .
to feel that Heaven has not, returned. My back Is good and say any nor, and thank t. +.et V' -
natty. bound.' Poring: .the days of beoome.nearer C t6 _CoCIXY
'' and dearer that life has become more 1 strong and my general health better." given. the world\ each,a ; '
the persecution: of Diocletian e..tI. : 'n'
Christians surrendered their Biblesand many sacred and duty: more commanding Sold by all dealers. 6O cents si pox.,, Ht. F' U. Gray 3303: )..It. VemoaPa snevesisieueueWhen t- '...'.... .rem.rate....- .... ;
r ..aim era.r...... WANTED Ift'\\ w ''
S 1909. ww'e.we.
the August ,
the sacred utensils of worship and that gracious ministry of the Foster-Mllburn Co.'Buffalo, N: Y.; : .

and In consequence lost their- faith loved ones has been continued though Yon;may ait well 'lI'7oo.. wife the' ,.'rbere a man has occasion to boast .... 1tU"aJ.HfessS' .,. .
the Tell bas hidden them m.beD .. 'l1e would of"his 'lIe ,
AVben the Bible roes out of our Jites iw111,1It. put ,always selects mart
our Christian,ehancter loses itschiefauppost. .' .trutH; sn m: :and..Utout: anyway; look bet rig( .than-tha tnatll. .ot .It:1hat.: other* ,,have; .. . It.---- rT
torlrott.
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.A mall once, In the presence '110. leey 'Which Avail. t.

of blst tamUy.,, plcke4.,up. a Bible. Sir- characteristics of"'the' .'prayer ,
turned t.-P4C" jcarl **ly' for, L.te..

moments*, and- petulantly threw It which. It avail presents*may a be need.2. named./ as follow: ,
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down.open tbe table *aylnfc.rJPhawJ! .. Jt' I PJantalon
Ujimportnntte.It'L, :
clve BhakespenrerrPerbaps'bnever : / Cure is GuaranteedT
.nie knew, that the ulbl.\JI.: >& _It la-according: to th.wut..r tiod.

.-.., It is fWb.' .,
/acknoirleged.: inspiration of the mar-i,
B.' It I* in ChrUfs aims
seiousllae. of Avon's greatest bard
; .., It U for the glory;of a... t ''r Our*,or Money'
,It;,.U certain .no' "man seer prefer. I; Yew Mercttant.'. wnjr/ Not fry I ( w +

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; -,Honors Were. Deserved. A Card ,, of' Thank i NOT2C. .

//1 v //KM orlando Fla.
bad City, FU., May 29 ItfOO We wllh 'too extend to our friend -. SALOOB .

Mr. Harris Kdoor Valley GaceUe and neighbors' our sincere thanks for Nolle tt hereby s1y- that the follow..described lands will be cold at pnblto .ue o.mi tl:. ,
KUsiramea Fla.i. ,D.*r Sir:-( writ. to the kindnesses whuwo daring day of July. A. D. 1- I.front at the Court House door at Klssinunea Ctr In the -DtJr a _
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say. Utattb two boy who received' many .u e.ola. and 844 ot Florida. or. lu much the.- as may bII --1' to pay. the amouat dM t..rta ** *+ **egtatrtie+**++*+ ** > *"'**** ******** *'\ '
J the medal In matbetuaAlc at the *- the illness and death of f bur little herds eat oppeetts' ,to the_ log.tkcv with coat ot ouch sale and. ad....tonsi,

e tnll'r', exercise of the Ooeola High bab,., M

.T bohool, are the most gifted ,toys. ex* CAPT. and MRS. J. P.. SHARP. 7 "T Friends and \
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d opt*_one, to that mathematics I have' 'erer had In In twenty myola The Right Remedy. OWNER. : DEBCRIFTION LAND liiiliJJI 11 .. My .

one I U now /
&* di.tlnlrlllhinab'IDMlf. at Aonapoll Men and women who' uffei' from In- .

I TbeM, ".0 boy who received the medal Ideation. N 'rvoua' Debility. Constipation. :,,0.1.... r.nlel" "w4ot.! ..... .. .. ........ .rlt.: It .,. 240! ILHlAnier the Public Generally
almost Independent. of u- Kidney. and Bladder trouble, .. .. .. . N.. /" ,. ..... ... ... ruses II 2IIe !We soC ,
wets my
and all kindred dl*> 8 84rlinf .. .. ... .. ofnMI' .... .... ... .." .. 'f Me 110I ,
1 .Ial&noe. never having to urge them. Lot Vitality, WIIII.m S Thorn. .. ee1, 01.. . ... .... ......,.. ... .. . ., 1'1 al. Me. 10itFJohns ( .
seldom having to aid them throughout eases wll{ find relief. by using Huar- I .... .. . .. .woN' 4..s s4 II3e 40Llltla ..
,j the whole term. Their work fur gird 8p*s3lflo Tablet They have Bau, .. .. nw14ol.w .. .. .. ........ .... .... ..,'. .. 11 113e.4O
""'y market aDd have Little Base .. .j nwtyof.rJ." foi .aa..of1504...,.....:. . 1. 113e' 40
tile fair wan worth twenty-9ve point been 20 years oo the Mrs Anna B.... . .. .. .... .. IT 30. II3e 40 : J have 'purchased Mctcairs Annex Saloon] In Orlando ti
.. more than the work of any oilier In demoogig ted their, paramount healng Ja.phineJohne.t. .. nw1/020.14.\ ... .. .... .... '.. .. II io I. 408'I 11 ,
,,. the high school del>.,' ment;' UHgl- \ ; ,a-iid.' qualities. A S Campbell .-. ow 01 nw'5" .. .. .". .. .. "." .. M 8fie 113e' 40 ;r )
.Send for bt'.lthaclvloll'T cures: II AS Campbllll .. n.4 of MI" .. ... .. .... aT ... .1I3e 101 01 r and( twill give orders for
y', Dating the titfuro and the proofs of Mr. inns Aid..a. Beg at .. oorof ewl run. a C0 ydd'n 110 : prompt attention to all it
;rJ propo.I1unein.ulidgeometryIcuwufrom . your druirxUt cannot supply 'you. '" ." "{ yds w 2110..140. J'd. .. .... .. .. .. .. 'ly '8IIe I3e e INI
book which theyhad never.een they will boo eat. prepaid! upon receipt III Mood,... . .., .0 .oI.wJ4.. ...,. .. ... II6e 81
or _. Pe% box 60ct*. Address, IfJ Moody, All .. ...t. . .4..S. .. .. ..... .. .1h lite 'II'lliskoy.11'iue" or Beer entrusted to inoand." invite -
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before U work which ordinary' lulu1cannot ill
". William Manl.wl4oln.4! ",,'..1.. .. ... .. ,.. ;... .. 10 see 11. ,
do, Thl. kind of work tleydid llainrnrd' Specific 00.,. A.taota) 01&y ., JSStratton ,.. .... aiofeels..e./ . ... ". " as 26e .a1. '' r. t
for the fair. *, II J Moody ., ... .. n.oI..U.ndne'6.' .' ,.. .. ..:.:. .. .;. ','"" 1 s4 ale !IaN t all former to make place their
I -- ,. .valt .. ." ',.. ..,.... ... ... : 11 au 11. .my patrons my ,
.100 The comparstlveiniesehusgrading' M-b1ItSklrper : .. .11-. ,... .. ..,. :. ...,. .... .,..i..u. .4 I4e 11. a II!I - "
a month .after..month may not have Moody Skip...... .. .. all .. . ...I . '' ...., ... . ..1 7 16 au sla fllll!:
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been pfr' eotly judicious, did not show Mood It Skipper . all .. .. ;...... ." ... . .. .. ... .. ... 8e 84 Il.'J 11 till headquarters when In Orlando. V 1J
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i L P Sefton .rd. wI4 and nl1 of ..." and heof ..'", .nd. ,1
h,. to the extent It should have shown, . ,. .. ..... ... .. .. 1' 25e .... 18 'III '
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w perhaps. the marked difference between JCRaae "," . . ,, nw4of.eI. .nu'. ,. .'........... .. ... I !roe see. J; 11M ." - ......' - - - --- .... .......... 1
them and other. but there was Alec M Keen..n n4ofne4." .,.a .. ..: ...... . ..... .. I 21. .... 411
Unknown . . all.ofr..ln"or. ... .. .... .. I !roe 2s. INi .
no Injustice to other In awarding to .I 2.P.n ,' '" ... ,ot.n.4 .. .. .... .. ... ... . .. 15 Ste I .
them the medal; U.ey werv head and Corfuley It Drew a&4 of n.4' and De" of .."(, . ... , . 1. IIoe! 59.I; I N LOWEST PRICES '
boulder above all 1 the retU.-!.lAnyfairotlnded MIN Mabel O'Neal: awl'of M and wJSof" .-.. . '.. ,' III 25. 29e 1Mr. '.
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tho .. Mariahl.mb. .e4of.w4" .. 1'7 l1a! 29e <. '
i I, person deal In if with e I P Ttoo".I.. of -14. .. ,." .. .. ... ... ., a !lie IKf 1 .! BY THE GALLON'
classes In malbemailc. could not have W T AndarNn. hut . ..... ........ .. !! I IIi ,;I
done otberwtoe than award them to Unknown.. ..: '. .. wtfoflatlhema.Wptlftwd.oReend; ; ; : ; ; : 11'' = Sw'Brigs. !i 1 0" : '
J those boy: It Huloton all ....1.of N'yeae.pt' lands deeded. t.o Ma I :RYE from $2.00 '. : :'
,bet L and deeded }label LEilia and up t
The difficulty war to which should Susan CAd..... ....,.. ...... .... 12 I&e IIDriInre 1 ., ... :
Ui* medal be given when'I they went A "uloloo .t .w our of J..'4 run II 101 f..ta i 't ,
69U i feet 801 teet. 'It 69U't f_. .. ..." .. 11 25e Iii. 1 1:1: CORN from $2.00 _
'Ida by side in the race the whole t up)
Alfred Irer.oa ,. ,. .. nw' of Lot 11_ beat 588 feet. a and AI .
term In my ...embarrassment a kind fctw of... eorof lot. runa 17. feet w '
and generous citizen ooe to my rescue l'/Zf..I\II'I. lest .I'12t.... .. .. .. .. n 26.LMPark 15 11 -
. . .. .. e'/jofsw4 .. .. . ,' . 18 !lie I 80 KWillemt , GIN from. $2.00 up'
and removed dill mala '' '
my by iriyInjr "M Jr .. .. .'11, of .w.. of..". . . d. ,.. ... II 24 ,110' ,I tII _'*..\', c' .
another medal; so they both received Mary.o..u-t Est nw4. of n.4 .less ....... deeded ... churCh j I
medal. which they both richly WE AIM : ' and oehool.. .. ... .. .. ,.., .. .. .. :.. .. 11 211e 118 1 78 ; OTHER .
deserved their natural high MnH K. M..n Lotl.of Morgan Ar. In.'<.. .. ... .. .. 1 16e'' 110 107 GOODS
through .
Jno Jfu he" .. . . Df..." Df nw 01 n.4. . .. .,.. ... e 2tIe ,, 'lCI
Rift, their aotlrlnir perieveranoe and C M Canada . . . ee of ..". . .. ... .. ... i0 !roe 40 416 .
application and the One results of not merely( ) to satisfy but "F8mlth. .. .. . _';' of nw4. .. .... ": ''....., ... -II .. 40 1 70 IN PROPORTION .
mathematical... Plit. Adair. , ,. .wtofn'dadnwlof.w.ads. .f -'" I ,_ '- . '
these thloK In their n...... .. .. . ... .. .. .,.. ...., ... . .. ad 15e! ,I III I 11 .. ,
taloinenta.Your* truly, to delight with the Unknown .. . .. . .. n.40l..I4of..4"' .. .. ... . .. 15 25 80 2 /6 "f"-" """
,MBS. J. B. JOHNSTON : yon M ..._, .. n.!iof OW4! ... ... . .... 16 'Ie 40 170100" i -
. .. .., . ,. ., . . 10 75
Teacher of mathematics Osoeola Htjth TJ Hurler n. of "" of nw4. . .... 16
of our groceries. Unknown.. .," , . .. .' Dfnw" " . ..... .... .. ... . is .1&1'0 rt. 14 With many thanks for past favors and r
School quality ... .. .. . ; 80 I" ,
,- / Unknown .. w of aw'/ .. '. .. .. . .... . M 7a
{ ; __ UDknowD.. .. ,. '." n.i ol.4! .. ,. ., ... .... .. . .. ........ .. 15 II 40 I" i
A Happy Mothrf. We. can give you the CAMPBELL CITY. .. soliciting a contfn'ua1t.ce of your patronage : -

will eeeherbabyte properly cared .forU I H Dean .." . .., Lot A Blk (13) May B "arpa'. add to .. '. ,
., C.mPbellClty. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... I ,- lS 117NARCOOSSEE :. T I am
do this inecesary. -
> a good purgative ,

E .' Many babies suffer from worm BEST OF EVERYTHING l M Haa.ell.. . ,.. .. :. L t147.... ,:.. .. .. .. .. ... .. ........ ... f 1'1 II. /o /m '
1 and their mother don't know /It -Ityourbaby Heater Smith .. .. Lot 111.. .. .. '.... .. .... .. .. .. ,.. 1. : a" 60 Yours truly
,-feverish and do llll't : AUce .. . frVILot80. .. .. . .. .. .... .. ... . .. )11 815' 73 ,
leep at nttrht* it 1* troubled with iii the line of High Grade( Alice J Klntslo... . frt4.' a-/ Lot 20 .. .. . ..... ... 16.80 i 109 at
k White'Is \ .lHRobonon'... . n''hat8 .. ".. . .. .. . ... .. .. .. 110 II. 6 116
WOrm.; Cream Vermifugewill J H Robtonon n'j of Lot I f..4sea of 11104 .. 10 /4 6 115
clean out these worms Jn a' mild Table Luxuries and Fro Ahee.l . Lot 10.. ., . '.. .. .. .".. '' s. 10"1" 118 R. T. BUTLERJUG ""f
pleasaot 'wa ;;" Once alwayssed. AUce Kla.'I. .. Lot 17, . . .. .. . . ... . .. .. . .. 10 : 6 i lea
'. jlve ii a trial. Price 25 cents. visions ot nil kinds at 11.1_ J KI..uI. . Irtl Lot 20.. , ... ,. .... .. .... ..... .. ::11II II 2--!j 73 .
RUNNYJIEDE.we
Sold by Uoberson's Pharmacy .
Parsons .. .. .. .. Lot 2. Block t"... .. .... ., . .. .. ,.... "\ .. ;:
that to George D Bldman . .. Lot ? Block H . . .. .. .. .. .. .. TRADE A SPECIALTY. '
prices are sure Hamilton biaton FAt" Let Il. Jiloek II'l . ". ,. ,. . " . 7'1 ,
From Lanier. Hamilton DIaolon E.ot.. Lott, Block 110. .. .. .. ... .. ... TSOeoUSklnun. ,
command attention. " . Lot 7. Bloek50. .. ... ... .. ... .....!. T
,. .. .. . . 110
The dark, threatening cloud havepassed Chao Smith Lot B. look 87 '' .I. I ,
'''non F F U.II .., .. .. Lot9. Block 87 ...' .. .. .. "...... :., 110 --.. ---
away' lesrtnTl.he earth ret C H "owlett. .. . .. . ,Lot 10BINkI01 .. . ..,. .. ....... '. , 701
plend ot In June 'beaut : We aloe
) .HOGAN & FLOYD. KIS8IMMEECITT. i It -
now being treated' to Ideal Florida ..
Drought.
R H P Addition.
weatbertbe day bright and sunny, "ollittAnd.no... .. .. Lot 1. Block O . ... ( .>. -, I U
7 with cool breese blowing '. Addition. ,, .
a balmy LIQUOR'S
'.'It.b CA CantO. .... .. .. .. Lots. Block I. RoblJ'-, . , .. .. .. ,... ... ..t.') .:k I i!
from the east. Anyone art' eye Non-Resident Notice L" Park .. ... . ,.... . . . .. .. .... ... I I ::!!
I for things. beaytiful cannoi fall to recognize LI( Park. . .. .... .. LotaSad3tnliloek6. ... . . ...... ... I' 9
the beauty of lobe at Unk..wa.. . , .. .. I.otlloc / ...... 190 .
l' L tbU time of Mature OOUDt.rr her' IsCiacvlrCover. SBVBMTB JUDICIAL Ctacgty'8TAr.of I Unknowa.. .. .. .. .. .. aat8. lock 6.. ..: ... .,... ... ...,..... .. .1 ;,' 170 '
year. FlX>aiDA, COUKTY of OOCCOLA. lit I .; ... . B1
8 A Robllnoa' . : 9 . . ......... ,
beauty can be seen on everside.. Unknown.. .... .... :. ... atartialock Ie ... . . I9
Crabb can soon boast of railroad. Trust Robt Addition.f f ALL
THE
Tbe people of Lanier are enthusiastic. The Michigan:under the Ia.. of the a State Corporation of Michigan ervanised -- Unknowa... :. ... .... Lots. Shoemaken.ub dir Block HLJ ....f .611 I LEADING BRANDS, OF
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W 4.-hoid .U except DIoelon lot la Block V
Sailing and aM. Burr
We anxloti 'U/ EarneetN.
t over Its oomlnK' are ; South Florida R R Co'BurnJ ,
seethe country build up. A road has ... 1 HMPfann. .... .,. batrl7rt..7d..0It.lr_ .
been surveyed from Melbourne here Samuel Hanoi. his unknown heirs, or any person 4 run s 47 d.. fill feet ,1 d. .>60 tt n
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and about claiming by. through or under.hl",. dew w 110 ft, a .l degw fill It Block II". . e,04 '
doubt it
we pas no beloirput Addition. WHISKIES
through a. Flakier. I* at. tbe head To Samuel a claiming H.hla through unknown or under beln'or him. Tat any )lrRDWar\na.\ .. aiot Lott Bock 0k's''' '' '' 045J

of It. One can now Imagine they hear Notice: that a..=:. Bill of Complaint 'has been WMAKINSON

\be whistle of the engine and the. rshu filed affminat you In 'the above styled cause to remove ; "
cloud from title of. and reform the deed to '
or the oar a* they sweep through the N l-l of See. S6. Tp. 24 south R* M ,. Tax tor Osceola County .
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broad expanse otour-pine and prai- You are therefore notified to appear and pleadto ,. N ,, : .
rie lands. *. the: said Bill on Monday the Rid day of September. '" "',,;iJriIIC: &o ,Ii .'f ., ..."., .. ', ,:. _;L .;.si'r1w''dMr, 'NkIMJOHNB '
.A. I). 106. or the same will be taken aa con. a
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MrsHiram Watt and of Melbourne ;
baby, ..... *
Iinportrdiiind'Dolnestic :
f. aratnst :
are visiting; Mhaft': ; parents It la further ordered yon. :hat the notibs. be published STETSON: ii iW ; 'Wines: Ports Sit q8. .
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each week for twelve ka : ; I' ,
Mr. and Mrs, D. J. Sumner; once consecutive wee in tt
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while ,Mr ; Plat* ',1s working<< with the Kisalmmee Valley Gasette. -, '* - >t .' ;, Angolica. ClaretsISaltterno) i Rhino ,.
a Witness the Honorable& Minor B. Jones.'Judge' .. ':9 1. : ."89 ;'1 COLLBUES'AIIID H aL5. ,, \ > , !! _
FOUR F1V8 TECIDELANO < - ..
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party:iof men from the East Coast to' of Mid Circuit.... the Seal thereof at the CourtHouse , - s
the Interest of the railroad company. at Orlando Florida this the th day 01 FLO .. Imported' and Domestic Brandies'Gins '
June, A. D E.! L. LESLEY Clerk. Rum
Mrs Kd. '' his (1MM ,
DoneRan surprised CHICAGO. .
,p- i8riI .BW. S..HARWELL.D.O'' AFFILIATED WITH THE
Ur.1VEIOF ,
friend Friday by bidding\ them goodbyeasytng L. O, TA.UCg.CompWnact'.Bolkttce- I : and Scotch Whiskies. t tr '
the University Chicago. SUt- ?
he
i ,unnwe In a few Intended'leaving-day for the, North.- ) .on'OLLBOB. .cud..... rein OP Ll8BIt'L their d....ARTS.-Thn4edards.. from both 8tetaon ar'1 See the Chku.ro. .d atet.one.tdgn \ I.

,, 'He war' a great favorite with ,every ,public Road No\ ce.Motlee ._ .. ..... to "...". U" 'In Florida without (
'J GOLLBO B OP LAW . of this Colles are '
body, and we regretted to see htm' go is hereby .,.... that ale the Intention of, .eumination. : ARTS.-Mechanical Civil. -
Mr.. R.. Doneyan, foreman of '.the the Board of County Commlasionen. of Oeoeola COLLBQB OP -Beiii njiniiv AMR SCHOOL nnHNIC**"* Fine _w building fn.W THE I
Uo kln. ranch, still manage his bus county Florida, at the next raarular meetinv of Electrical Knrlneortr: and Manual Training. courses learf" FAMOUS
tr. loess In the etlicieot. and aald Hoard to be held on Monday the M day of putpmane. ; Bookkeeping nmtbed.Tylmwrltint. .. ,
same way ererytblotr sly A. D. 191Je. to establish road from OP BVSI"B"S.-\l..kln 14 bv'ultybe.e
a new Chard toopen rtm.D... ...... .nd oom
4 goes on smot-tblv., where the Granite county road from Orlando and El e.tlnro oourea In : '

Mis* Helen B.as spent the day :vefj- strikes the Oseeola eouaty line between sections mod B11'OIlY prspar// Harvard. .. Y"' Prlne. o-. Cornel. Cream of ,
e
6 ACADEMY.- 13nduap Kentucky
I and In tp V6 s r 't. to the north line of the
r pleasantly, with Ml.. Eton umner town of Kisslmmee city. In sections. IS and Id In tp Michigan Chicago and mil fln.t-clm. Col!..... jt_ -. bulldln". 2.' Pdnary and -'
', unda1. Et. r t*.. which road will run as follows NORMAL) AND MODEL 8CHOIL4I.I. Klnd.pr.p..-. Publlo School teachers.dding.Grammes&hoolln.epara4buiMing Carstnlrs' Ryo
MI'. 'Joha JohoLattr baaJust, ret Commence chain and *T link. we.t of the =h:" Npara4 be 4rga '_ul..,.. .
returned from Christmas. where heat.X northeast corner of section tp Us a r &f, thence MUYIC SCH004-A {10,000 P1M Echo Spring R'eLebn'non
aouth X.dea-reee weal O chain to a pine tree on Thorough oouraea of studyt '
: tendeda big picnic', and' be report the south aide of a cypress Swamp* thence south AMT SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly caste.Stetaon hey
t. ; ,having.a ujo.l enjoyable time. VI deareea weal 67 I-X chalna to the half mile stakeon has a faculty of 18 profeewrs and ,InstnliChlcajro. Forest.hold d. ::::.from the University Utrecht of, Club Bourbon
and Hiram north line of section 10 In tp 16 s r !i*a, thence Harvard. Yale Dartmauta, nolumbia.! TonBucknell. or..Oel.Ahka1
+ Mr M"'r Plat and Mis Th.ro In kulld-
south' t degrees west 7*chalna and' links iities. are Wilkes
80' to the ... University of Michlran. Dennison and ou"srt.n County CornOld
? Elon Sumner, visited \Uiefamilr of half mile stake on the north line of section IS tp I... and equipment,nearly a quarter million dollar l eednwel< library. of _er lon ww .0J- BUnWEISE8 '
,h "Mr. I,, W. Lanier one'del last week !i6sr !.!t.. thence south W chains and 88 links" to .: a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings- stained a: .n< enclosed glue window Athl..Uo'. T oil FIeld.palntlnlro running aurns. Harvest Corn '
the Incorporation line of K Klsaimmee ltOuthtrot.w . ,
,NEWCOMER.. 6,0.182l pipe organ; a Gymn..lum with eompl. .wimninrq. . golf rowing.n" other oporla, ,
1-4 of Mot said section 1&. pad -
no .
track tennis courts, baeebell dianiond and gridiL
for Chemistry Physios. Bacteriology,
$ '* route to be know as the Donenn Road, and to Npara4 buildlnga for mend women;ten large 1(. .....trlo lI..hle. Itric bII.1a. steam heat
establish said road u a public road. MlnetaIuorF.nd ulology -.1! .large museum a''"' : .
Witness my hand aa ex-omcta clerk of Mid ........t w.lk., .h.1I broad ....n..... ."""Iou"tlan.hrubber.nd_.tr........:, 1.1. literary The emtaa 10.Ieal.
:i Don't. let your child *UITer with Chat. Board and the offlclal seal of Mid Board this 6th ..... oth....t.....n : _: .tar lectu..._.... and non teaching. CHASE'S
cough when yon can cur it with Ual- day of June A.'D. IDOe.ffcal ation i. beautiful and. healthful, and the exp th.? ._ , BARLEY MALT ?
( ) B. L. LESLEY *. .. ? THE KING
OFBOTTLED
lard'a. Horehound Syrupy a sure cure Clerk Circuit Court Oaeeola county Florida.. For catalogs. vhw.,4oldera! and Information, t tLINCOPPLLEY.
for ColghsBronohttts., !', Influenza By W. a HARM ELL D. C. A. M. Ph. D. Distilled especially for
Croup, cndPulmoo&ry Placates. _.L._ ____ :
I ''i Buy a bottle and try It. DELANO. PLA.iuia.tk41tda medicinal use .

's U. B... Laughter.. Bjnalia, MUt., Public Road Notice, x 1 BEER

1 write: "I have two children who Notice laWeby given that It hi the Intention ofth.Boadof ... '
bad croup. I tried many different County Canunlseionera of Osoeola" -A---A .... ,

remedies, but I. must say your' Ho..- county. Florida at th. next regular .meeting of .. CANADA
said Board to ha bald on Monday, the 2d day of PHONE NO. .. I MALT
t 'hound Syrup'ieI.he best Croup 'and July A. D.1504 to change the route of the public NORTH KISSIMMEE.' .
Cough medicine I ever ued.*'-Sold road aa I It now runs from section IS in Township::
''by Hobercon'. Pharmacy., :n south of Ranveeaat.. eo ea to run ma follows: $i65 PER and other brands :orr. .
Leave the present road bed S chaina aouUi S U r DOZEN ,
decrees east of center of section IStpMar.80 e, 1 4A Whiskey too numerous
A Protest from Hammock Grove., thence south XT l-l darrseseast 270 chainstnroorhsection. W. RIFFIN j
I.of' Is, aL M. n. .... aad. a*to tp 2*. r jjQ .. C. ( . to mention.
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Editor Valley &eue-Deap, Sir; thence south IS dernea east 168 hal"rI.throng ,
said section asud thraoarh and T A
Permit me to remind our jrouug friend in'II fl e w a0. "Internet with present.... at a ,
,tlaW rising generation to Kla; .lmmee: point UM yards south 46 decrees east of .w '1-4 of I
aw Iof said section 12: and to establish saidahanred 4H .
t that the land Hammock: Grove are ;

*fenced and private property : Witness route my hand aa a public asax-offlcio......clerk of, said Board H Fancy Family Gps -:- .Fresh ts1 I Whiskey Bottled in Bond

r While the owner thereof are pleai- and the offlclal ..&"'f paid Board. this 6th day o(
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r ed to eetheir''friend wlieoever tbe June A. IX IBM. mH .
(Seal> IL! 1.. LESLEY.!: 4
'a Istteroil) they object to person re- Clerk Circuit Court Ottceola.tr; n... ;
paoiloir. in search. of wild Krapeh ByM.g HARD ELL, D U. -' B'qss's, Ale Guiimess's Sfqut
.4: greeo'ol'aoJle. or flower' Ona reoen, 4A Delivery'Every Day y Hout'' Patronaa SolClted. = '

occasion this week one afternoon, the Notice Application/ For Tax .
tin* from Hammock Grove flagclatloa : ___'Qnur__tunti/t'Vt>.ra rr

to !the railway. .....*..Ie.,wa. strewn with; k Deed Under Section 8 ofChapter'g888Law8'of r __ LOWESTPRICES' BY THE GALLON

: wild trrape, too frl'e lI'itO'be.of; ; any :e"2"E2- : :L rom $:3.00 up .
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with! bereand there the '
Ue orange \ '
Florida. '
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of balls. At-tbne 'you "we.2 t 0.e .
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k ,tJ ,think that it I. no-harm to help them- Kntle. to hereby ilven tha,Frsnk Fraoilln.pnrcbsaei I CORN: : :: mom ,:32.OO; up
of Tex CenlBnate No. 771 dated the ;3Bottle.1X0310.
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.elve. *harm is meant Sib d., 0 Movi-mher A. D. im"'", has II'd said ... ,
No ,'U l'mot prob-. certlrtoatc I... ''mr 4>ID... and baa mad. api.llnaUunlivta -1 GhZXT rom a 2.00 up
:iably thouffhtleMne. but it eau9 devil to blue l .." law. Bald eartldea4.enbrsees\ tbslollnwlni AND ALL OTHER= LIQUORS IN
all !the latmei I PROPORTION
asooyatce .
d.wribed priipciijt' situated lu Usveols conDtjr "
,A. Eo: bRO1 7otTr, Florida, to-wlt; '

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? 0t.I1t"Root* The said land belt,. assessed at tbe date of TTEN &' t. r.
the Imuaure of curb. ..errufloate tbe Dame of R. ,
4.. t* now merely'i memory of the 'past. PlantlnvsMntsnIC) - .. .
<:'-f{ BIlard'Boow' Liniment:U the fam- Unless Mid wrtlflosle ....11 be) redeemedaconrdlns I ; lee .
: : to Is*,' l.x deed will Issue tharexM j, 1.6 Orlaaado... ELMETCALF. CO"t
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