Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 15, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00233
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LASS AND LOWRY "''.' ,. ./rdlnsnoes. of "Tbe Town of : "':
Klsuluiinee: City., This order to take : With Neighbors at Whittier. l' I

HEAVILY' FINED) effect' jhlrty days from date.E i4Reported Etch Week by O. I I. C. SPRING ,
':'t L. Lesley, Introduced an ordinance i 99.O.9Sr 4RRWJNG.r,

to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating :........................ "-, .
liquors ID the town of Klsslmmee j' i : P I >
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Toe rain to this \ ,
crop, coiumunliy Is '
orders to sell deliver -
or
Men by soliciting
County Turpentine abundant and It d
nge refreshing-- dissipatesthe '
In such motionby .
same town upon
i excessive heat Stock .. ,
summer and leavesus
Largest
vV. C. Bass duly seconded that
Handled for Mistreating .
ff;(, Severely same be-read a first time ( which motion earl enjoying the cool balmy air of an.

CO Y d:5.' carried ) whereupon after first. reading rapidly season and much crops of the are progressing has
corn ,
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: unaoltnnus o
of said ordinance by / consent
moisture .enough to ripen" It. The_ Latest Styles L
[Tbe celebrated case against Doug- of oounoll further {action on roads are, a little disagreeable but 4
ss and Lowry prominent turpentineen fame was deferred awaiting a full at wind and sunshine soon removes thisobjeottonable \
miatreattgconrlet6 tendance the bonrd.
of Orange eeuntyi for feature and while
whom they iad leased The bond of J. It. Gilbert .Jr. as "we -
have
things to"be thankful for Lowest
many Prices
rom Uuval county was tried In the clerk for the ensuing year' was presented : there are few for :i
cause
very com- .
rlmtnal court at Orlando, last week' and accepted. plaint. The ehronv grumbler of .
od resulted In''a conviction Tbere being no further business can '

hraiffh the prominence given then council adjourned to meet In regular course with, but find there many are things so few to of find that class fault,F CONSISTENT WITH FRESH. HONEST GOODS., ... ;
the 3d A.. D. 1906
session
the Orlando Iteporter-Star Tuesday July ,. la our community; that we pay very --:--
rial baa 'attraclA'd widespread attend at 7:30( p. m. little attention, to them. Our rural i.
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the .. .,
aid
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i throughout the State- W. L. VAN DqwilV President. friends are keeping the plow and(hoemoving '- -- -- -- -----;'--- '-'--- - -
eavy fines Imposed upon, -the deferante ,Ji: Ijti. GILBERT; ..JR... lerk. and If.DO disaster strikes us i f',"""' ,
tbe AND """ ,," ,
ORGAN
will
PIANO
by Judge Bgg meet .. this year, hog'* and. hominy will The SAIL < > fr
hearty of all humane per- ,
approval
Past- plentiful next winter. 4'
out who are ramllliar with the case Surprise ) I I That railroad bee has 'grown to thelarll'e.L .
the lie- ' < > '
be Is taken from
following
rter-Slar of th Rth lost. On last Tuesday night the home of assert kind that.the of a bug,railroad our knowingones ilessrs. Hesse ant 'Smith'', Meeting SPRING AND SUMMER !

In the cases of Messrs. Douglasstod Mr. and Mra. J. F. O' errl wa s the designate Whittler as one Its,, map.....a'.ceDter. ;:

Lowry. motion fora'' new trial scene of a roost delightful' .surprise .., Bro. Arch has been forming with Great S ciess. \:
made before Judge Beggs, the given In honor of Miss Kath 1
laIC party >
squares, circle, triangles, etc., and i
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jotlon was denied." leen Peacock:, who is visiting relatives constructing parallel.J lines where rival Messrs. C. G.- Oesse and"J. Mortl- ;OOD.S < !

;. The court then sentenced Douglass In Klsitlmmee. roads are to travel and our city dU- O'er Smith the gentlemanly represen- 31'
In the first case, aggravated assault, Tbe party of youi.g/ folk met at the taming. me word garden spot a.cIo bathes of the Ludden, Campbell
300 In the home of Mr. Bert'Bryan and from Smith Co. of JacksonvilleInaugu .. .
to payment of or one year insignificant expression declare < | tv'
inltentlary and Lowry to $250 or there prooeed:! to Mr. O'Berry' themselves to become in .the no distant rated a_lale of pianos and organs .
;bt months. Needless to say the young lady was future the kingdom of the.world, handled by this popular' firm in the 'Pry Goods Clothing:Shoes and Nations ,

"w ttbe second case, In which the most agreeably surprised, everyone and the prophetic ear ban already vacant room between Roberson's f. -
bvlcilon.was I for manslaughter! had a pleasant time. Games were hear the! ktoady beat of tbe 'locomotive Timrmacy and, Pfann's dry goods I ,
jnglass was sentenced to a fine of ulayed and refreshments served and and the sbrlll whistle which denotes store last Friday, and Are very much r* In' Variety, a artd-atrVery: < [

1,600 and costs. or five tarsIn I the at a late hour the party of pleasure!I its advent among us. Our democratic gratified with the success. with which ,'EndleAs.. .
altentlary" and the boy, Lowry, was seekers returned borne. Among tbore j! rooster filled with tadpoles, hey are meeting. '
aoneraLed. present were. Misses Vivian Lee, Nellie I minnows and other'emblem* of tow They opened up with a number of j .Low Prices.' .

An appeal to the circuit court was Lupfer Sallle Overstreet, Callie pride Is preparing his delicate voice nice instruments all of Which' were 1 .....
!taken: in the first case and to tbe state Bass, Kathleen Peacock Kate O'Berrl for the approaching emergency and practically sold b)'. Wednesday night, ,
upreme court in., the second case, Esther Wicker, Lizzie Thompson t tLizzie when the time comes for acton he tnd'an order was sent In to the house -
'bus for the presentthe matter stands. Carson, Berta Bryan, Mary j will be found with his tall feathers all for more which have now arrived and :

_,, Whatever may' become of these Campbell Eleanor .Van Duzor: ') spread ready for anything; that necessity are on exhibition. H. C. STANFORD i
K cases ifore Is no doubt but they were Messrs. Dave Bryan, Eugene Bryan, calls for. The Ludden Campbell Smith Co., ,
S conducted on the highest plane. Each Earle Lupfer George' Gardner, Will Bro. Guy failed to Bit his last. Sunday baa been in the musical merchandise , < > ,

side put ip the best fight they were Overstreet Will Barber Leroy Over- 's.appoiotment. In this city much business in this State for nearly forty THE ORIGINATOR OF LOW PRICES' IH USSIMMEE! i > i
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capable of doing. The Juries were street, Emory Campbell James to Lbe'regr' tot many of our church years, being the oldest firm In their :
Conservative. The Judge ruled fairly O'Berry, Leo Wolfe, Kreamer Van goeraand aour stock of religion Is line south of Baltimore Md. Theyare .. < >

but fearlessly.X Duzor. -: ruoDln.t short it would be advisablefor distributors for the south of the c "':""" ""' #NtiWNMHBUDDED
have something i celebrated Kimball pianos and ban-
Editorially we may the reverend gentleman to- come
Hater to say in respect. to the bearingof soup and replenish it. die everything in muslcal, merchan-

[ the cases on the convict lease sys- Courteousness Pays.It Stock; driving still in progress, dise. Tbe exhibit of this firm received ''
141m. every award given In their line at the TREES! .
Mr. O'Berry and assistants passed
... -- I pays to be friendly 01'Pot./ t least through with a drove on Saturdaylast. State Fair In Tampa last. fall,,over all '
Council Proceedings. courteous. If one thinifs blmsell or' competitors. -*
i. herself to be a better somebody than The general health of our community These gentleman are bel0011 fora rSLESWORTHNURSERIES

....' Town Ball. June 8. 1906. some other nobody, to let any 'such I is all that could be wished for, nota short ,time, and would be pleased to
," The council met in presentadjourn- one know one thinks so by word or IIioale.ca.e of sickness reported.We have all who are interested in pianos \
.' ed session there being deportment Is the very extreme of ill boast of or organs call and sea their line of instruments.
fan Duror President; W. C. Bass, E. breedIDa'h.pal' to treat any person of the can moat certainly healthy countries having In ODe the . CHASE & CO., PROPRIETORS. J,, W. BOARD AOKNT.,, .,
k P. Van Agnew, City time meets Among number of other Instruments -
Lesley. A. decently every one
State; fevers are almost unknown We will have ready for next Fall and Winter
tt' sod J. II. Gilbert, Clerk. ,them no matter what the circumstances and the few that sold here they recently. installed assortment of flantlnll' a general. f
us and
complaints Orange
among Grapefruit Trees
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; ,The minutes of the last meeting were mal.be. To greet one affably .on a' style 15 Kimball for-Mrs. Jno. L. vane- i' '0>'
; Inflicted
cl ben. are-oucasionally ties. Our
our trees budded
I. are on good, healthy rough Lemon andSour
sad and approved' reports of oraoers one occasion and then when in the Overstreet, which a. fac simile of one
with almost universally yield to native free from
and the winners 'at the Orange roots guaranteed loseet pests of any kind y
ere examined and approved company with someone else who >we of the first prize State .
and of short durationand All budded
treatment are from
bearing la .
t trees
therefore
our groves true to
flowing bills were approved and think rather up In the social scale to Fair. H.
this not be attributedto I Our
car certainly name. facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
.
Bred follows: that acquaintance a
paid as Ignore proves
., Ada4o1d..slari u Iferor...... ..I H 00 soul a* shallow as a mud puddle and any precautionary measures for none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty lean'.x.pwleoce .
them" Florida.YUMA. '
of
....I William M\arJr..Manhal.. ,... IiO 00 just as clear. The true man, the our citizens very' many are Coming Back to can produce.W.. are making specially this season of ,
e, '" i _t In _'* court. . II 00 snobbishness. engaged in the cattle business and are the famous California Valencia Late, which Is destined to become .
Robmon-MUr tnMaMr..., '1000 true lady; is above such! much of time ARIZONA June 8thlU06. the '
[ r. M ,4t4 subjected exposure frreatest-tnoney-maker: In Florid. Our Valencia buds came
_DaYid-" ." _._.. ..... IiO 00llben Sometimes chickens. come home to which would be calculated to produce Editor Valley Gazette: direct from the best be.I'IDIf"In tbe district famous for'
Jr. c..............4..". also roost vrlth folks of this .sort. They find enclosed 91 now
diseases of various kinds. Dear Sir-Please the best Valencia In California. -
SOU producing
V. Daaer .. ;:>J.r aBam''Ao' 100: want to attain to something; or they the for' subscription to valuable and ,
returned your
L iar : : : ... 'r" ..t. i ou belong to some organization and wish Drawdy The Patriarch mansion on Saturday to accompanied interesting paper which has ,com. to Write for Pric'esto. J. W. HOARD, Qotha, Fit, or call and see'our Nurseries .

R.bt rdAttoe .. ..ItUpt.poI-ot .ItLP..".," 11/1.00, to advance It., or in some other way by Sherman and his family:' us weekly a welcome' vlultor in our I at Waco on Florida Midland R.R., ,- , '

.AB..liall. 'J'.. Co.. p...... ...., ......,.. I OU tbe)'. Deed the assistance of others, Mr. Joe Williams Is still Improvingand western home cheering us with good :
..Gilbert Jr. truing taa ...e.rtiae.tr.' and then they wonder why they have McClelland has moved into. his. news and saddening- us-with sad ..tid )0 cI: a a a a a CIIICI: : 0 0 CIIIICI: : UOOCX
. -... ,.... 4101i8ml.hII"fJl' become well
; d/'F.:::::::'.::::::;:.:. not sense enough t-> new store.The ings of departed ones who have from ,, '. ',. f' '. .; .. ... :<;1,., "J' $ ', ,
than
/ ...,..... ....., 00 rounded in obaracteerather lopsided.Orlando Drawdys brought in a One droveof time .to-.timecrossed the dark: river.-i e. ' ;t' : BX1. . ,
nt. of eouncll roam.i'...... I 4 ei 6": Reporter horses during the last week] some We were made sad to note the death ; : ;,.\ 'in

1.apsrwtl.on.sLMBLP. yranting '::::.::::::: e0WJRGilbwt.jjr of their own raising.Watermelons : of so noble a woman as Mrs. Parker W. BWAKINSON: : CO'

? fr.lght and d_:. .... s Utili San Francisco Relief Fund. b..venot yet invaded and sincerely sympathize with. her bus-
. *1Q L 0011__........ .16 W our market, but the garden vegetables band and family.We I "

'lr. W1.<< Vu Duaor. p. A., foe" BtwxUn OU 11 AWLV.IfDU.rP. / The editor of the Valley Gazette has continue in abundance.Mr. have been very sick people DEALERS IN v
; A.'ior Q.w'El.o0b:" received tbe following acknowledgement John Balsden has raised a fine times since we came to Arizona, my ,
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." (Jam_ BLP .. ... .. W of the receipt of the relief fund crop of cabbage and the majority' of husband having. rheumatism at Inter-1 I '., .
11 p.G.h.ull..tor Rotwraon. md. for ELP .. ..... *0, raised among the business men of KIs- :our citizens procure their supply from vals. and I was taken with bronchitis ,I I '
Emil M.ck. wood ftr ELP. .... ., .. ... If J c0 slmmee for tbe benefit of the* fire and him. during the holidays which confined
BOG Hw*. Co.. md.. for El: .P. ... .. 1J 40 me to bed for seven weeks and ,
earthquake sufferers of San Francisco Mr. Charlie McQualg appears very my
.i! Benton.sttinx . . ... 1 ul i
AO poau : well satisfied wlth, our city, be is .a which came; near proving fatalThis HARDWARE ,
_"; Communication received from tax W, D. Harris, Esq., Klsslramee Fla. frequent .visitor and seems too.be In no has determined us to return to the :
.. the 1 1EVERYfiTHIN6
.r agenVof A; C. J Ry. asking that Dear Sir:-Enclosed. herewith we haste to leave. gentalrolimeofdear old Florida. So

.council cancel tax certificates: held by beg to hand you our official receiptfor Land speculations appear to be In we have,, our .trunks'. already .packed. I ,

the city' against Hall Road Terminals of $9101. the amount contributed by order and the prloe of rtfal. estate is and will.board tbe.train Saturday the . .. . .
same having been sold for taxes your business men to our relief fund. Improving daily: minerals are supposed {! 9th, for the Land of lowers't,11blobwe ..... . .
Included In'general
r 1903, as Cobia property was Please accept and convey to all Interested :! to exist around Whittier which think Is good enough for us, having -|!

assessment of property (ont our very sincere gratitude forthis I would aid our people If proper facilities found no climate to compare with ,
,., Chlob; taxes were paid) ..s shown by assistance assuring them thatwe for transportation were afforded. ,Florida. We find rich land a ,Ooefarm'iDIr '
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jh returns to State oomptroler thereby! are Indeed thankful for their sym Weather ,cloudy, threatening rain country if one wishes to farm '
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bowing a double assessment by city' pat.byand good, will. thermometer 73 degrees O. I. C. and nothing else.-without any ''Of the NEW!; ,. .
'on. terminals as mentioned, after In- With best wishes' ; we are luxuries, comforts or pleasures of lice: .
'OC f .vestigating uell. to cancel certlfi- 1 linen Shower":; When people say this is the finest climate "
'cate sTS above stated and finding statement Yours very truly in the world they don't mean to "
{t, as to double assessment correct, JAMES Dt PUKUAN: Chairman, The Linen Shower" given by Mrs. story but have never been in Florida ",. ,
; on motion to cancel, duly seconded J. L. Overstreet in' honor of Miss and know DO Letter. ...:.. .
([which tnotlon carried) the clerk was For Foreign Parts.Dr. Bettle Gardner on Friday afternoon Hoping to see friends In KIsslmmeeat Saddles 11' Harriess
June lot Quite a pleasant as wella ; .
_ instructed to cancel certificates as re- was no distant day, remembering all .
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novel social function and attended
was -
Guested. Harris and. big wife will leave with kindness, will ask: you to direct
''it Communication received from J. J..M. for Euro-.e tonight on 'an extensivetour by a large number'of the the Valley Gazette to my apdress :
IF . Over.treet abklng the council to' friends of the bridetobe.For Stoves Crockery ---f" .
to last three: months. The doctor 1513 Morgan Street, Tampa, care .
1J cancel all tax sale certificates held byft'City will spend his time I largely In investigating the occasion the parlors of the Mrs. S. J. Gant. ' ,. .. .. .. . .. .

on the following described property approved scientific methods residence bad been beautifully. decorates Yours sincerely, v .- : *": .....
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Lots 2 and 3 of block V. and with flowers and vines t.hellue.t. : :
'Glass
: In vogue in foreign cities la hospital !, MR. AND MRS.. D. WILDER.!: Tinware
L.,,lots 2 and 3 block S. of Patricks ad- and clinics in Edinborough and of honor, who was attired In a beautiful -" ' .
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of while. "Shadow Coateme, being :
dillon payment t
upon Berlin After the bard work he /
I authorize proposesi A Happy Mother '\
the bad given place In one 9Ornel' of the
fe.that comptroler to enter Into the study of certain '
9? certificates held by State and county phases of his profession. Mrs. parlor under, a white parasol. 'draped will see her baby is properly I, cared for Paints Oils" .

I K taxes canceled upon i these terms, onrequest Harris and he will travel on the continent ,with a white-ribbon. -to do this a !good purgative is neces-
'fora-'month' before to Tbe dining room was 'also hand .ar,. Many babies suffer from worms \
..tsaefounanimougranted, and the Orlando expecting to arrive returning at home/ somelydecorated and draped with and their mothers don't, know lt..Mf Window Shades ;,'Matting ..andFarming '
''clerk was 'authorized to cancel, same* November 1st. yellow and green, yellow ribbon corning your baby Is feverish and doesn't ,

',. L. P. HugBey-proposed to the coun- While the doctor Is away great. Improvements a'chandelier In the center to sleep at nights, it -Is troubled with "
'' I *'*$r consideration! of 12.00 will be made In his S..aa.tarlum tbe four outside the. poppy centerpiece worm White's Cream Vermifugewill f>
j-Jbewould grant the flty a street 16feet| by which tbe capacity will be was banked with golden bells. clean out. these worms in .a mildpleasant g _ImplementsAgents ; + =

3 wide through his property In sections doubled the contract for this having All during the reception punch was way.. Once tried always .. i.- s- f

28. 25. 29 viz on the soJth of west side been awarded. served from. large' green and yellow used. Give It a trial. Prloe 25 cents. . . .
t after some aisousston toe matter was He has also perfected a company punch bowl by" Misses Emma Morgan Sold by Roberson'a.Pharmacy. to -

Preferred\ the city attorney for in- composed of himself and C. T. Smith Mary Jefferson Jesna Gardner,

..1 Nestlgatlon\ and-to. report on same at aod T. H Barlow, which will be Incorporated ,)Marietta Pfann and Ruth. Overstreet. for. the ; ,PinSBlJRGII STEEL' : FENCE.. '
When the guesbhad .arrived\ they
meeting !
i If' the net regular for the purp?s. of building
t; J. A. Anderson tendered his resignation a large Invalid Hotel and Sanatarlum were Invited Into the dining room CITYBARBER'SHOP I

as t.bat.lt.member would of the be imposslble city. council for, composed of reception' rooms, parlors Master and as the Walter guest Corydon of honor.Bass. -entered., dressed Get, our prices .before buying",elsewhere.xaooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. ', ;.

r him to be of further service as his all thoroughly equipped and fitted as Cupid In a pink & -, r '
him to her with pink roses while the pianist.
bu"tDe.rb6cr compelled move
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heat electric
throughout! with! steam .
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rendered "Here Cometh the Bride. Now for Business.
:to Plant City.. lights and tbe latest appliances.This Open
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," The above resignation/ was acceptedm'wlth hotel will\ be located on a large After enjoyingthe delightful refreshments In Patrick's. Old'Stand.
:' of the council and thanks each piece of linen was .
regrets tract of land east of Formosa extending -
1J. efficient services.tier unfolded and handed back to the respective -
Anderson for
' to Mr. to the lake beyond. Thus Orlando
President W. L. Van donors, who all at one time NEW'CHAIR,
which
will right uo to-the front S1'OREY'
keep on :
Duzor called E.-L.-Lesley to fill..the these as well as other lines.-RepoHerBtar. showered It upon the fair recipient. NEW'RAzit8': NEW GROCERY l
chair and placed the name of Major '' About thirty-five ladles were present. , ..
# the linen offerings ,...I'ledand / '
f Ti M. Murpbv before the board as a and were. NEW EVEHYTHfNO -
1 nominee to fill the unexplred. term of 'J Teachers", Examination beautiful., i We tart Just opened neat Bandy Dandy's' i.
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[ Mr. Anderson there being a second to j old wand, with a full stock of fresh< "
Sstttsaer Excwrsuon Rate via Atlantic Guaranteed.
I unanimous 'vote' Theexamlnation for teachers heldat Satisfaction .. "
the nomination by a
Coast: FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES
Une.x :
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lol the council Maor Murphy was duly the court house 1.1week resulted .' '' : 4
| l to.All.Iob. unexplred, term' ,asBjrprder .,in certificates being Issued as follows: Summer Excursion rate to all Sum' ? OH 'NO PAY.,' and respectfully solicit a'share of the public ....h.

.....,.;.rr. First Grade-De Wilton ;Aldermar-,' mer Excursion points are now on "sale"viathe t- patronage.. .Free deJlrery ,to all .parts: of \I < i
.... of the council the clerk Walter. Cosner, and O.M., ;: Hubbard Atlantic Coast Line. No A attarMtee r was instructed to give notice thai tbe 'Second OradeMrs.. Jordan, Mia.Cbarlot.t.e t.rouble.to.. answer questions. For '
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rates, reservations or any information ItchingWind bleeding, protrudlnPllea. n S ,
5 gbstwoald atriotly enforce the ort Milton. : P$ COLLIER & COLLIER' :
pertaining' to ,horses, ."_, Third Grade-Fred Harvey; communicate with, : Druggist are authorised? to

yasl.a d bull., beep, goats. and swine ._ Second Grade, -Pearl Smith colorvNf J.-Oi: K1aLLAxDTD'P: I refund money if"PJizo Oiirnaxrr: taut, ,q__. . '. 10<.,.
: to our la 6 to 14. days. 600.
Il ing at large" on UM publla streets, ", , ; " 'ia
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spoken wee the monk which?bid a ,

LgATER J4 scheming-> heart Rob' my beauty of i t

f' ,, Its charm and my memory of Its grace\ Doings ill : Floridai T,

Make tho most beautiful noaX'nt: In/pnr : "This is So Sudden Said:
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Urea tbe mire clliuax to a farce,dndreachyour ;

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J V \ could
though there wag one clnuic'remain Tampa's Xijennlal municipal election
of 'surveyors'! are'runnlnl
A (
gang
ing of thin letter escaping)'.our'notlce. line from Conway to an Immenao which oc urred a few days ago, SHIED. AT DISCUSSIONTelegrams
a
I prepared tot death and re-blred there
the
was most notable In the city'shistory.

Bj Anna Kallarine> Green,| a..r' rooms, that you night: take :your ...t. large tract of turpentine timber land corporation belonging which islocated'about . ,There were three candidates,! ........J
look at me where 'did '
flrsti
DOCIIIT cons you your in the field for mayor; Frank C. BowyerArtbur' 'Letter. Hln
errmaHT into sv eeaeaa a and thus sea In the final act_cjEjax !11'C seventy miles from Or- and Caught
; -W, Cuscaden and William
.- an, expiation which would soften )'oilr'l1at landow They are Seaboard I\lrveyorl Qerman' Capital After, t' rryChass 1
..
j ,j CHAPTER. .xi-iyi:: i, can")'9u' "wonder, anti .:was swayed-tbl4. ,,,und lead.; 'perl-nps,.' in time toyour' and it Is understood that this' great II.elected Frecker! ,." and small as the"latler was -Will Return, Home 'I
by the
y' plurality
Continued. way aud that according as nfy reason ; regarding iH8 with pity and tea system .Intends opening up tbll 'rant a r. --
-* closeness. ot the contest Is clearly; In August.,. 4T
derates.
But bad scruples, and thonh'1rl : or-nty heart spoke. But renson'flnnlfjbad territory which Is surrounded by the E

you I I felt It. way;and I went dressed In velvet "But tbnt one chance cnme near succeeding bent timber! and'.farm1ng; 'land In demonstrated. -' '.
to Ue Impatient
'. vaa jrself too robbed bappy of some of \be 88tllt e. only to repent my dQ.cJiiloii: ,,so lilt mid I breathed "gain;01117 to' Florida. It 'is also' the best, orange The: election was fens1 of the most "This Is too sudden, ," said \V11Ham1 -

Jon which I iMd promised iysclf, terly that, before I went within rend be dashed' nco more' Into tbe fathomless growing section In'the' South: some of hotly'co"te In the history of Tam 'J. Bryan with a laugh when; .
l "of glance stepped into Illlnry'sdressingroom depthsof despair., You bnd re pa's municipal politics. Band
i your was
troubled butt the largest groves now befog; cultivated told
Mbutelli's too
arrest me. was: at Berlin Monday:
Germany,
ceivod the letter bat bad not readIt . .
of you emblazoned
and put'op, one ber one, )vlth banners bearIng
I the route which the road '
not destined to be of along
ar'aqxiety'1\0. .. flu
cloth dresses.!! Love might mean self- and though yon gave It back to'mo'youwjsbedjlo the various ''candidates'' .names, of the adoption' by' recent state conventions -
;"long duration.. 'Before the day "bad. will estend.13'or !
S denial. and fearful complications with : 11'e: Its contents.. and dozens of of resolutions favoring his I
ho ked/t dell- the'people carriages were kept
.w ned.I was Brat)) <: was trial 1\ a: long time tile blow.
It
'by I my associates, to,, whom I had not ,.etlnl.I' Though busy transporting voters to the polls. of the *
tbe that for
Vlqusly glnddonod( ji! ws yd"u Orange County have longed for:some nomination' .the presidency
the half that vn* due,' I fell wa impossible to"c1t'I1Y what: you re* '
but The vote' one'1'
matt
'p d I fear thin dangerous no move; ready, to.do andboar all or rubber, I I quested, IL 'oulel be, ns I knew nt nut outlet to the East Ooast; and the fertile was of ,the largellt'tnthe United States In, 1908.Thlij l
Uink Was'dcad and that' of thec" annals of the'city..
be : one
felt In that moment more ready' to meet cost of your future confidence. I couM, lands"that lle.-betv.eeii these two '' Is the first announcement of

most, relcntlc-ss elalnltl1t.. upon,, for.ever. uiy. the- 'doubtful results of' 'abnegation, not lose.tJUis. and .be your wife, so I Important sections and 'at last they The result pf the election Is considered thla news to me," ){'r.- Bryan con'clud- ,i.

t ?' 'wealth,was tnken oxit OC.b1'J' path tliau I did the'wlfudrawnl of the hopes gave up the struggle; from that moment are about to have U. a'trIumph for the municipal .u. "I have been off the mala: caravan t
mad bnde farewell to forever in tbs rcacho.l ownership doctrine for the man elected
which'.had.made you timber
tlorl-- of owners
IbegrUdged the he'demandtJI. my'summer-so' ( A )arty, route for some time and havebeen
Xot Hint
t I could: have spared money a mill.err OUSt But, nfler-I was.dressed and before sllenco With which I met .your: : parting; Orlando"a few days ago and- ..Immediately : mayor Is a pronounced' advocate absorbed In what I have ,been

I could meet ySur appreciative einbrnce.: i delarlUre Idea? and his campaign was fought "
the .
t took their for and "
and U. But I had uelng doing.
Con not. felt some
,
'
This ttvo It al.! ,
glance, some one brushed me In the was hoursago..bitt,. municipal ownership of 'public- utll .
section where they will loin
Initiation Into bnslaoRs mstt r".durlur: Conway Mr, Bryan had been moving sOrap-
: crowd and a note tens' put in iny bands.A14 ready seems an age for the shadows of on that platform with- the Creates
tte transferring of this fortune into my the surveyors and remain'with them Idly since he left Vienna on Saturday t
I'
u death are upon and I miss the./
me.
dearest that note! It was cent by 'vigor. The'majority of the city connell
t possession, and t foresaw that It was smile which should he1plCI'01l1/ {thedark until the line Is completed. that letters' and telegrams for blm-
the Portuguese, then sick unto'df'ath.. It elected In '
are sympathy with the
1 going to be so easy a matter to pro- Orlando will welcome the View line
until
pot rltor Into which I (m about to : did not reach him Monday.
seems but'It was notwrittea by, her, '
; mayor-clectj al.but 1 two( of them be.
V cure two or'.tbree hundred thousand but 'MontelU who bad been dead plunge. IJ.it that smile reft me forever with' open' arms and everytblng'wm "As to the possibility of his nomination -

",', 'dollars out of this cslnte without'exciting1 three I'y noutbs. As I rend It I knew ? or may I hope that //your pity, If be-'done to'aid the promoters with aview' ing on 'the ticket headed by him and he had little to say declaring ,

the attention ot,those .who had that my Intentions hnd been' foreseenby not-your love, will follow,, Jue Into the of getting the line under construction . put out by the Municipal Ownership ltU tog'early to speak of that question -

,V, It in charge. This wns the ronson.JIkp- lier..-'That, although she was III. she shadows. I do not plead !iny youth; I as 'soon as possible. Association but.taking. up the subject of the-

_\. \>OWlle.wh7 I accepted your decision with had wished' to show me' that she still do not pied my ill brlnpftig-ui or: my '. Bankers ,political requirements he said:
so much'grace.. husband would have l Florida h In
,1 kept watch on my movements and a many disappointments: temptations. ''Timber Land Case Decision. Atlanta. "Belore leaving' home I tried to distinguish
js been inconvenient me 'In those first I plead lay' love which, 1C In\nll'nt first Under tbe most flattering auspices ,
wa. hold upon my.fateT It ran thus; and Its ;judge Swayne, of the United States between democracy and what
days; an agent bad enough. I had I hal arrow.. to be the'ruling position ot the joint meeting of the thirteenth
contents to met
are ns Brent a mystery called socialism.
Democracy
to deceive him and I bad to deceiveHilary. C urt' fdr the Northern\ dlstrlct..oFlorIda can properly be -
I ,
as they roust be to you: my life It led me to Rive up a great annual convention of jthe' ,Florida' legitimate
In order to meet the wants of has rendered an Important decision recognizes competition as I
fortune It Jed me to'bctrny my secret Bankers'
Association
'I am discovered and must fly. You and the fifteenth .,
*
tries to the
the'Portuguesewho crowded Iter claim In a government land case. It and preserve
faults nnd It has
brought mehere
now
are snf. .If yon will but forget your anqual convention- of the Georgia '
; :doubly upon me; when abe found that I weakness tor'tile artist Cherish:: that Will you drop a tear for It, If was that of the government vs. the Bankers' Association competitive principle from attack. Socialism .
was convened In
; 'Montelll: was; dead,. I was obliged to not for your dead JENNY: : J. J. 'McCaeklll Company, to compel \ sees competition as an evil to
: and you are lost. You cannot have love Atlanta last
jjji ask for large: sums of money for which and money both. So choose, but in the' latter to vacate ,several thousand> opening session Monday morning the be eliminated .by public ownership

;. I could give oo account thus acquiring choosing, remember that the Portuguese Jenny Rogers Is (dead and )yet, for acres ot valuable Umber lands situated being presided overJointly and operation of all means of pro-
: with my agent the name of being very the Degraws life holds much lu pros by E. w. Lane of Jacksonville, duction and distribution While this t
and Walton
and I will have our money If we In Santa. Rosa coun-
\
'nd t
i extravagant 'and with ray friends the hay to ask your lover for'''it. We have pect: In a certain New York licftuo ties. United States District Attorney I Joseph T. Orme .Atlanta, presidents .distinction between democracy and ,

reputation being strangely pnrslmo- not run so many risks for not lna-.* there Is' a noble' woman who 1* now Shepard recently brought action In. respectively of the two organization socialism should not be overlooked) +

:;. olous.-, I wea|; with Hilary the" sev* "T l.,'at tbe moment I was about to the: comforter of the artist's grief and to" the *. The names of two bun the democratic platform must be on.:?. ;
the that the patent
asking
''r) eraS watering places..but I spent no commit'myself to you Irretrievably.What who will live to be the angel of his ;curt dred and seventy-nine visitors were' of progress and reform, and not merely ,
'money In jewels, and but little in tbe lands be cancelled. It -is set forth I
1' If the writer was dead tbe Home, while In a quaint but nufnxlU officially registered during the mornIng of opposition to republican policies '
that the- McCasklll
necesaries of life for looked forward the parties 'from whom -
; lonable square belowFourteenth street toe list Including of the
sender was not or so I thought, in that scores or socialistic Ideas. .1 nour' fight for
to the day rhea> -you would come back moment of shock and terror. Pushedby there'dwells noel smile* a little being; Company purchased the lands most prominent and distinguished
absolute elimination of
the privatemonopolies
to dearest and I wished to be 'luf'lDorlI.but had secured them by -fraud. McCas-
me, ,
whose name recalls bitter !, bankers and
the"wowd.. trotured by my fears. I financiers of the. two and for the regulation of
clear of all obligations, and tree forever then whose Bunny nature and 11\lfet- kill set ufi the plea that he bad secured sta'tes.
4t hesitated one 'Instant. ,aud went So splendid an attendancewas
In it Is
from the hateful presence'of the Portuguesej than probable 'tho faith and corporations general necessary
clol and tered spirit make It more land In good not
to Hilary's procuredme
again
: anticipated by even the mom any
free from
that tho shall be
t ,- ; for she never war long away a cloak. JUir! ioptng myself In this that the Delnncy-oillllous will again knew nothing of any fraud. The court, enthusiastic members. party

,'\;from me after I returned to New York. I went below. bldro\J'; recognise it aa tallow the, beck of love and \bo bestowed however held that the government The suspicion of alllairce with tbe corporate
feature of the initial session
t In\ the capacity) of .hairdresser, she not upon Virginia Rogers but Interests that have been dominat
bespeaking the hesitation which tt laws made It obligatory upon purchasers -
..4t, ..I.ltees'me everyday, and though' but realtybetrayedt Did your love take upon Jeannette. the name 'by which of government lands to ascertain I I was an able and instructive 'address ing American politics. .To this 'end

few words'passed between .n.. It was both the Degrawv persist la addressing! ,, by Hon. Charles H. Treat treasurerof campaign contributions must be limited
alarm turn and'clear.
and cause you to a more that the title Is correct '
,weU understood that ascertain amount the United States, :who was present ..ho.
v 'to Insinuations of the lie charming young schoolteacher to those have the public In-
the'
willing
1( ear injunction issued restraining
9 must be fortbcpmlng every week; it I I TUB END. < An was as the special guest of Colonel terestvto advance. I trust that public
detective I shall never know for
,
desired to preserve" ,pleasant relations have never dared*to question 19u. the company from taking Robert J. Lowry- president of the sentiment ...11I. require all parties to -

between n.h"JlII.1'7 .. . "But the developments were not at Small"B1rlcl of Co OB try Ml l.t.rs possession of the lands, or makingany 'Lowry National bank. 'keep their books open so...that here T
V suspected nothing. She used claim 'to them.
: an end. While I bunted for A gUm'pleof The. Watchman an Influential organof after'DO' party shall be under private

3.to: :wonder why I persisted In dressings your face Mr' Byrd cnme-wby Mr. the Baptist Church, bar lately finished Election Case In Court. obligations to shield corporate offenders.

so-plainly, and hinted, sow' and tben.that Byrd have never been able to under* a sympoilum-, which a mm- ThoAtlanta and SO: Andrews DayRllllt'oad Judge n. .)1;. Call. In the circuit ." \ '

s richer costume or more gener.oat stand-and told me In the strange way ber of Baptist pastors cave ro Bops la a certainty. It will be 263 court at Jacksonville; issued an alternative Alluding to conditions In the meat

mod ot'U.IDIf. would be more In that 'be'told me of Montellfs death, why they desired' to change their 08. miles long extending from Atlanta writ of mandamus on the Industry :Mr. Bryan said:

keeping with my wealth and position; another Providence the orates. In one, particular this .at Ga., to Panama City Fla., which Is .
that by happy petition of JoJm G. McGrlffln a candidate '"The beef trust Is not different in
but It did not tnke'mucb to turn her )
also namely that It IH. Vt' dl!>! situated\ St. Andrews Bay .,n the
ti nobler I was sender of this note had perished ; agreed on for state,, senator from Nassau ch.racter'and methods from other
thoughts subjects, and
to ,
enemlea and cult to feed and clothe rind 1.ulerly Part of te
of coast of Florida
never unduly embarrassed by her questions Icarlng'my path clear salt County In the last primary, to theDemocratic trusts. The tendency of..a private- y
myself free to: follow'tbe dictates of educate a tam 111.on existing salaries road has already been constructed f
or annoyed by her suggestions. of' three-fourths of executive committee ot monopoly, Is to Increase the price ota ,

.'..1 was happy-:-aht bow happyj-for my heart the average, salary in three :New };1I1-,. and Other portions. are in process of that county'ordering them to appear product and to lower Its quality.
A the Baptist pastors
I had not to the full realization : ; "You know what followed. How. lu construction this. time. Leaving before him and show if ,
yet come
and State is reported to be only.$3OU.:; cause any ,. Why should any one expect anything
of what I had done: and saw noth- a rush of renewed.hope I threw aside Perhaps tbe showing would"be .qulto Panama City, the road runs'almost they.have,"why they,, should,not reassemble else from a trust than the lowering .

lag but complete delight In the future. my cloak, and called your heart to mIn similar-. tn i other:}denominntlons.e.In' > due ..porth to Cottbndale\, Fla,.., fromCottondale and i recount-: the.vot.&;ca.t' ou ..of quality when a 'monopoly I. eitabllehed. r

ii\,\ never doubted that'you would return, a song. Hofe" I looked for response, our own Church tbo average,:U. slightly to Dothan,' Ala; from Doto- May''15.'' in' Nassau County;: rejecting .,+'' Observe\ ''have' 'used the
that I should off the Portugtiese and bow it failed: to come. Mr. Byrdwas < .... OpelSka Ala. and from Opelika '
or pay and Itstened'tOdoubts more. an to from the. count precincts Nos.. .7, 9, 10 words private monopoly not public.- ; ,

and thus win love and freedomat at which your ear held back you and when mIlU'laarles'! / unsettle more ministers to Atlanta. The section' between-T:)o.th-' 'und 11.The In a private monopoly a private interest I

once.> I enjoyed my.Wealth, my1 con. you did break away yon frouvblm and seek: than any one other thing. Expenses :: an and Cottondale Is practically completed petition, briefly sets up the is set up .against those of the
sequence and my power.. aDd expert- with the Increase of and will be ready for use not
In the meIt, was to find that I hearkened to increase charges of Irregularities In the pre whole people.. Quite a different principle \
enced perhaps, more delight contemplation
heir families and the'growtb of their later than July 10. The otber portions .
of.the future than i would the .voice of another wooer, wba'askedof cinctsnamed, and' maintains that had comes Into operation when the

'have done If my present ,bad< been free me nothing and promised 'me all ebould children desire; and It a is chance but natural of pastorates that they ...111. be completed: by next Feb these precincts, which they"allege' Interest of all is alone In view." 'ry

from .CO" and I had been enabled to things. I' ruary. were Improperly returned been "re Mr. Bryan left. Berlin for 8t.-Petersburg
Improvement of their finances.Fifty '
for tbe .
.ratify at once my naturally luxurious "Can you not foresee tbe rest? How though salaries were .- jected the petitioner would have : Tuesday' morning and from ,

tastes. ''And so the summer passed. "' the love which had succumbed to :your as small years as DOW ago, ministers were much The differences between the typographical _J>een. declared the regular Democratic there will'visit Sweden.and Norway.

; ";'"Dearest, I have more than- once Indlft'. nce' roBe triumphant again, at supported Not only was the union in Tampa and the Tribiin nominee for state senator from Nauoau He will arrive in England early .in
better 1l
asked myself 'while) J have been pour-' this evidence of your continued are purchasing power of a dollar greater + -.Publishing Company as well County, Instead of Thomas Davis. July, and then! will visit France Italy "
) tlon. ,I'had jeopardized happiness, 1.
f)1ng'ent these confessions whether I If mjr the differences between that union
all sail
.nd,the demands on tbe purse fewer and Switzerland. Hie expects to .
,yon had been less exacting and bad not I but r"determined to. regain !It at any but congregations. found pleasure In and the Hewltt, >Hill job printing Qeo. Keddlngton proprietor of. the on the steamer Princess Irene from '
cost. should or could standIn
?Required the'clTlns up .ofmy fortune Nothing becomemy sharing; their good 'things and their establishment in the Tribune building large alligator farm at South Beach, Gibraltar on Augst 20'and to arrive In .
what had
1 iwe I should_hove been hnpplly married. the :.way'of desire.now I wrote to prosperity with the pastor and his have been adjusted and the entire Is preparing'.an lnterestlng &perl-!' New York on August 29. ..%
one passionate
sIt tit.make adds to death my grief doubly to think bard: we to'dream might, I i )lr.'Pf'gTaw, I took the one means Iknew'hereby 'amlly.; So many provisions found thett composing; force ot the.Tribune, ment with his collection of reptlleo.

way to the dominie's larder and BO which went out on a strike resumed There NATIONA': A. ;
Jot.1 what might.hrlve been. ]If. instead of I not only would obtaina are. quite a number of 'gators T. P. MEETS.
". 1 .asking the sacrifice from me of all for, foil release from,my engagement but abundant a supply of fuel to the wood- their places; The Tribune; In .mak which will begin laying soon and Mr. -!"" ---=--. ,.. "
thebarn
and to
which 't bad worked so long In shame 'Insure likewise his.acceptance*of the shed and thAt so It'was'much-: not bay altogether oats untrue hog the announcement of the settle- Reddlngton will prepare nests for the Conv'sntlon of Travelers' Protective; i

and sorrow yen bad simply folded ine gift which be never would hove glren went .of the differences, said hat U reception of eggs and' altenfjit to Association In Buffalo: n
what was said of n cert a U. churcb by n
''to 70Ur breast (and made me by tbat me had he recognized.my real unwortbloess. retiring pastor'The salary mll.liof8Oem had .al way li'-endeavored to live strictly -, raise young ones. On the farm there The annual convention of the Trav j

:embrace the' good woman I longed'to I. confescd to him'my: love for ,'.JatJ e,-but' "It means so much up to lfie numerous and sometimes are forty odd alligators', ranging in elers' Protective Association assembled 1 4

'-Jfce./.; But, then cornea the.thought that you;, and"I -eoutessed'also, .my share lu money amid 'a living" -Anniversaries, perplexing regulations of the typographical size from the chief, more than nine I Ip Buffalo N. Y., Monday with :'"

: ..;deception: never prospers, and that it the plot.: holidays. and other occasions! besides! union,''and will endeavor to feet long to .. only a few more than pne- thousand delegates in ::1

v VasJn this Way the God of which you ,"It'was a fatal Act-bow..tatal I Immediately weddings and funerals, were markedb continue to do so. .' feet The largest reptile: (1n the col. attendance.! ** ConsiderableInterest 1..1,I

!t;....nee spoke to me showed His disapproval perceived when my Impetuosity gifts. All 'tills has changed. The lectlou was captured just one year centers -In the .selection of 01lloor.. '1f

.; of my, alo and tbe Impossibility led roe to your studio, and we bad minister Is expected to provide eve..,.. The negro Willie Waters, alias ago/ In the canal a few miles south of Norfolk. Va., Is putting In a strong

Vet my hoping to reap happiness,"when' that Interview so' unhappily interrupted thing' out of a salary which Is not only "Curley" was legally executed at Fer- St. Augustine and this alligator took for the' next national conventionto

':'I bad sowed for m1aelf misery. And by-Hilary. It the suspicions of tbe fixed, but small .and-1 very' often ..irregularly nandina for tbe commission of crimes Its first 'meal since captivity a few be held there during-.the Jamestown J'J'bid
ibis thought,.comforts me, for It take JIOJlce'11lld been aroused ,In regard> tome '
pllld.-Ci IItic.n Intelligence!:; .
for which he celebration.
was duly tried and convicted days ago. This demonstrates how long
from toy fate that, factor of chance bow mad had beep' the ImplI"ewblc" .'",
at the last term of court When they can live without food. '
j;which It is SO'\ maddening to contemv bad led meto: put upon paper
plate, I die because I have sinned not words that could .justify their susplclous -- A Kingly .all-ylaht.r. the time arrived the murderer step STRIKE OF VAST EXPENSE. .,10.-

because your fancy led you to play ,'and make, possible the detection', The .IClag of Portugal among. his pod updn the gallows platform, and In Warren & 03, of Pensacola, owners i

'with my Cove, an4 -exact: .coudltlona, of my duplicity. Though; seemed too other accomplishments. Is, or was, an the presence of a considerable crowd, of the fishing smack Silas Stearns, Miners In Alabama ;Lost $499,029 the

jwhen; ail-thatmy soul craved was per. late to profit by this discovery; of'my accomplished bull-Aghter. Once when both white and colored, made an address which was seized recently: by the Past Year. '"* .oy;

infect confidenceoa: ;,, ;year part and a folly; I made one-frantlo effort to do so. Duke of Bragansa, be entered the ring" in which he acknowledged bin Mexican government for alleged The ninth annual convention\ of .

"''blind. affection, '*'. I rode back home endeavored, to to face a bull "with points unbated. crime<< the just penalty of the law poaching In Campeche Bay have re- the United.)Mine Workers ot America "

"',,..,*..' ":Th interference or Byrd In 'iny.'at* atop the' delivery of m,' letter but that la to say, with It. horns not pad- meted out to him, winding up by exhorting calved notice that the case has" been District No. 20 Alabama' begaq .afBtrmlngham '*' t

V'fairs I "do not understand. You'may. failed In this, and )Ir. Degraw not only; ded,.an If generally the case in Portugal. One all ot his colored brethren' ,: dwidej against them the. court hoM- Monday' President ?,II

|*- i't If JIlt; has any ;real reaaon'to: suspect read the story of my deception, but bysome' of .tbe-* distinguished ladles of the from court Spain.bad dared take wanting by' his fate and keep tng that the seizurewas legal. They Flynn, .In his report;'laid. that tlla a
Line '' .
some, mischance
It
.
treacheryet treachery
must spring'from'tbe or
; ,,
'
aome ,ODe ,ot thosa .wretched assoelatfs which he'-could Dot: himself explain, I the Duke to face a bull with Its horn their lives tree frdm evil. have authorized an attorney at Pro- strike\ Inaugurated July'jj, 4904( at

I bared, and"so be entered tbe arena In' prcsso: to appeal the case to a higher the mines of several .large mining u
: of mine, .>Iont lli and the Portunguvse this letter was stolen from him almostImmediately'
,
art dead but Ann'etta still lives \ after Jl1. reading; It.' s<5 he Spanish mal1 Incognito; though The finance committee of the Wfest court corporations la the state, continues -I J I1

.1 -a. well as that miserable'woman of my that my secret was no.. kmser; '.t his every one knew wbo= tbe bold'baqde-' Palm: Beach city council Is now conciderjng without material change and with no t

name whortv" have never seen. It merc7"''' only, but at. the.mercy of. the rlllo was. the advisability of calling an A Washington news item' states that prospect of a termination 't ,.I "

they have betrayed me, they have done world, and. what was',,,worse, of yon.; 'Unfortunately the Duke slipped nod other bond election for the purpose of Representative Clark of Florida has The report of the secretary-treas ,d

.with complaints and recriminations "Do you understand nowthe freuiy fell but starting cp- before the bull opening and paving more streets completing Introduced a bill diverting ..3,000,000of urer showed that the strike In Alabama '\

and these I dq pot'de....,.... ,Believe It. which: ) drove me .Into asking: you to could charge again, be ran.for the barricade -' the sewerage system planting the funds that wcnldgo Into thereclamation has coat the miners, *$499,029 '$

SMd spare me'any: unnensary reproach. marry-me'that night or how I could and cleared It at a bound last shade'trees 'and making. ; other municipal. : fund to drain' "the. Ever-

bfat'.1. acknowledge |s; bad. enough. hardly; subdue my; fears when you requested a moment or two before the Infuriated ,..Improvements.. glades" of Florida. '

Byrd Iwasj.nothing't; .;'me t From they time to, notify: your Jnotbert: animal splintered ,the 'woodwork" ;. with HAULINQ WATER--BY TRAIN.A .

I bade hint 'good-bye la Great Bar Detection lay before me, and I bad Its horns.. ro" .
t Quantifies dispatch ---
.. '. Enormous l .of .pineapples A'recent from Newport, It-,
Ion till I, saw )him agata.ln.MIssawall's peltbey"the' strength; to meet It nor the . Little
Leul......
Tewn
: parJ01'II,,.1,did,not bestow courage to forestall' by telling'you :t aa..._. Sl...'>Kla .,..;... are. belngjshipped. norththe{ 'regular, t., '11'.11'0I'" follows. Chief. of Police' Suffer' aDrought

ElepbsntCare not the class W:goods freight trains'hauling, from ,twenty Crowley receTved a message from from'tit.t .Wave.- "
him thought But on tbat'dayehawed what ':would shatter :your love at a .Arrangements '' drinking
to I
..that!be.bad lnotn forgotten blow...:'For-thouet!_3Ir..Degraw;urgedme la wblctt one-Would' expect petty larceny fly*>, to thirty carload. dally do grea* Tampa, Fla,' asking him to hold \m carry ktl'eaterby"trsIn'load

) ,fir w to this course"" ,-measuring" your pa., -to 'be brisk.-- In .81..., however, Is, the'volume, of' the shipments ,that Ham 'Brbpkings; alias Tom' VIckers, ''; from New Orleans

yen,r#colt;that dayjOr; can'you'if , tnre perhaps, by.his own which if affectionate elephant stealing la remarkably preva-; the";roclt. triais.&t! forced ,. '. '." for? the, Florida authorities..' Brook- to ailenperg.a'flahing: village.

..a M>W.all.tbtc: It was to met &Ma.t than passionate.'and cut One British, ./rest company lee and trail behind them''trom'I ten Ings :w.al' sentenced .In Newport about about "ten1'miles.distant' on. .ak.' ,

'tad a OM'..q glre nil my for tenaciousrathe* than proud. J, who'lUleW alone had.fifty elephants stolen from It to twelve) car Ioada'on every trip; Th a week'*go.'to'.a, term' of,ten' 7'art. Pontcuartrkin., were made Monday In

to yffll irlMrt' a. *< ,....anws \ '-""7aactter-ltbanbd. flU>that m'.,..n' *art The avtfageprice<< \V"f' a' fruit Is grown1..Ja ,tie 'southern"'part having been t. convicted of, burgUry. .response & an appeal: from,.the 200nhabltantaoC 't n

''ts Bs-l hbd "t raft \aeauHnnic precede onf ewion"of working. ejepbant Blnm Is 1jg5A: --> that place. The water
ro any vln' of the state.and! ;on.tile IJ'Jo14& keys The message'.to Chief;Crowley stated .. .
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Warfleld to fill .Un..p ,.... r ,'' Mles Now 'Q..a,.. '

i El ,, l) :!" Term In United State Senate. and Strikers. '*" antlned on Ship "leUnd.v F10Mw .'.- '

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Engage In Conflict t '
Baltimore dispatch says: sEx. Gory The,.fact-that, thru "' \HI.of. yellow ] 'SlckHeadache:

Qr William Plnkny' ""TVnyt f foyer. hay ,beep under RuvaaUae. :
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for the put'ten day .t Ship Island. co.. ,
BIG been appointed to fill the un...- TWO DEAD MANY HURTTragedy a government auaranA,\ station In''' ,
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'term of the late United State* ,. the.gulf.of
,;; Arthur P. .Gorman, whose the mouth: of the tgbmissippl

r left a, vacancy In the, federal Occurred' New Mining'. fiver and Mobile, Ala:, 'wa toado

The appointment of ex-Oov- Town of, publlo In New Orleans Monday by
t; Ernest pa._Detail ,.f
Dr. C.-H. Won, president( of the Loin
Warfleld! ha caused much comment
account of Constabulary. 'Was Guard*, IstcinAtate.board:: of ,health.
of the ,
'Impression Which Sy
general that 'Whyte-waa'the bitter inn Company's -property., .announcement ot the yellow fever

enemy of Senator ,.Gorman.xG .. case was the result of a discussion ,!
and <<
by 'now enter the senate for the ,Pa. on. the Buffalo, Rochester and, Hunter of Osbwlppt> over the
w time and for'' the 'second time sEtttsburg fact 'tha they" had not been notified
railroad was. the scene Friday -. ;: t
$ .Su appointment to All, an unexpired of a conflict between a detail of immediately of ,the fever's preseno*. 'For, .Permanent Relief f
: '' he having been named"by Gov l"he; cases came from. Colon, and weNtaken .
state constabulary and striking coal steamer RUBrMC acts { 'the Liver. ''It CONSTDrVU
/ Swann to fill out the term oft'the Whitehallwhich: directly en will rare
t I Imna' .
ualners In. whjch' bound' TICK DTSFErSIA. MALAUA MID CHILLS. I* .8I1tirel, free
two striker were was for' OulfportMs..> Ship
; late Reverdy Johnson upon the from poisonous mineral substances, and I I..compoted. *oly! of,!! ,
killed
p of the latter as United and eight others wounded I Island 1* a'short distance south of u.s.G1VIJfG HI H. Especially adapted foil weak and,weary

r :bpt '' ; minister to England In! 1868. three. 'of them; fatally.A the Mississippi coast and In charge' constitutions; strengthen the weakened gland\ and organs: .it. check, '
.I of United States marine hospital om"eerel all derangements of the human body. ;c. -
; Plnckney Wbyte was boat bc-4y ot tttrlker, headed.'by JM? :
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JtI > Baltimore August 9, 1824. He be- bra** band 'marched from the'':AnIta )' who Immediately" .notified Surgeon' 'CURED HER' SICK HEADACHE ''' ,
the study Jetcerion !
county to receive, jh- Mrs. Jo**Cameron. Central! Avenue,"Temple.
f the, law firm; later entering Harvard one of the mine oOlclaU'expected from Stales public service and marine hoeplUI Texas write! "IftndBS&BINBctvesBMqaJckrelief
.mite j school and he was admitted,, to Punxautawney. On the to the* service. X>r. Irlon commented'upon and take nleasur* la recommending .It to all
way .
:ally bar of Baltimore In 184$. In 1847 statiotn the marcher encountered a' the circumstances ,undVr .whlCS wwnea who ea1.t front sick JIIo.-<:t<.."

: \ wa elected to the house of dele detol of twelve members of the state this. report, was.made.\ varannot, REACH or:ALL ,

j,t 'the 'of his the first Maryland: public legislature office. He, this re. 'constabulary.member of the, A band* they fired hla passed revolverat a. order lie announced have been also;issued'against, that quarantine.Celba fUt7'Cent. A Bottle' ". AroM{ 'AH:,S"""' ,'''

Honduras.,. at which port it Is reported i '
for'the
re.nomlnatlon legislature the
troops. No ono Vas sLruclc.; Ballard Snow Liniment C
that refugees are gathering to .., '
who 1849, 'was defeated for'congress. In but- the constabulary: Immediately 'retaliated _
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d4 < was elected, comptroller ot. (He 'with volley from their car .escape.yellow fever; which is said to St. LoBise.U.S. A..SOLO'AND .. 'a,;
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,, of' : of the state of Maryland, bines.- be breaking out at several point 'In'I II. "
gnln ; was again defeated for congress Wbon"the smoke cleared away1 ten Honduras.' He also said that he had

qm, 'the 1857, was" a member of the dem strikers were lying on the ground and I. received reports 'that there I*, yellow . ItKCOMMKI1, 1& OY'For' '' .
national ''conventlon'In 1S68 the others bad fovar In Havana. .
that flea precipitately down "- ,"
''t3 A wa-II in that year appointed by .the ,hlllrr ... I'' F Sale at ROBERSON'S! DRUG ..STORE*
elte Swann United States sena After the excitement" had itubsfdcd BANKERS,! TWO STATES '

\ to fill out the term pf the late the wounded minor were removed' to .- / .

of .'>rdy Johnson\ appointed minister Adrian hospital. A 8""the res'ult of the Meet In. Georgia ,Csplttl for' a 'Joint' '
England. In 1871 he was .Convention.-' KISSIMMEE \
f left I elt-ctod shooting a mass meeting arranged for ;
: 'jLarjland and The ball of the New'TCimballIn "
Tore. o : In 1S74 toil- Friday was canceled and Sheriff room "
, : Wettllng has ordered the arrest Atlanta,, was on':; Monday '.the-,home
Th declined of the
i, re-election a* senator leader of the parada of: one of the most notable conventions I EIVmIt
of 1S&0 nhd}n the following year-.was The mine at Ernest are owned by ever held! I In, the Georgia' capital ; : ROUTE. :

tnayor Baltimore. In J.ssf: he the Buffalo and Rochester{ Coal company. ,. and among the men who attendedthe ,
ing:' : attorney general of 'Maryland The strike began April 1$. Joint session of the'Georgia 'Bank- I '1 STEAMER: LILLIE STEAMER RO3BADA.' :M'

; W1889; was appointed by Presi Three 'weeks ago the plant was start; err Association and the Florida Bankers .,Captain Clay Johnson, Br. CaptaiQ Clay Johnson-.
Harrison a delegate to the con ed non-union : Association; were many of the .
with
men and detail ,
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ed a Regular veekly trips to .sfn&64 return Roseada'leaves Sissiess
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/ American nations, which C9 : most prominent and Influential citizens -
If the state constabulary has since see Tuesday morning 'and arrive nisslmmee
tile *, Vtlday evening.. ,it
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$j few ned. In' 1898 be wa* made chair been guarding. the' coal company' of ,the entire south.State'. ,' Special Charter Trip to Lake Ok.8G 9be and'Fort Myers on the LOU* ,
/ of thp'commission that prepared 'The address ot United Treav -
property.
to .. Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Kate'reasonable.
c tcew charter of the cIty. of Bal I rarer Charles H.Treat'' :wa* the feature The most picturesque WAterwsy In Florida

re, and In 1900"( ( he became city PACKERS ARE CLEANING UP.' of the Joint convention.: ' For '!"""DS_ 'and freight Rate apply to .
that being hi*- most .recent Tumultuou. .applause greeted 'the 'r' CULT .JPHNSOK. 'SR' Proprietor..' :
e ';. It 1* related that his first following statement .toy President Joseph f"' .
Traglo Haste Mad. by Purveyor of -- On. board .WII.. .". Klsslmmee rIM "
otln with the late Senator Gor 1 .Meat to Use Whitewash Brush. T. Onne of the Georgia Beakers -'

whom he Is to succeed occurred In response to a request..from the Association in hi*' address: "Amongthe . ._

1871. when the late senator called house committee! on agriculture, President many things we have'to'be thankful I '.
f. hfo office to tender Mr. Whyte. his Roosevelt FrIday forwarded to for in this great commonwealth, FAITH OF COLLEGE GIRLSThere (

: at" '1n the contest for the govern-,;. Representative WMsworth., chaIrman 1* the wise and economical manner in
ot the state then In prog of that the which our state government baa been recent airrest"of a
L committee report made to young woman young women to keep their valeblocked
C": R 'I t him by a committee, tie"'department ''administered. For 'over a quarter of for alleged theft from the Smith op." '"

li + cf agriculture regarding conditions a century! while stories of graft & dcoruptlon College dormitories at Northampton, The students look grave at.si is I ai
In r't' 3B NOT TO' BE BLUFFED. in the Chicago meat packing have'''been'' coming to us U....; call attention to the attitudeof monition! and for a-week there .. ..!

rc FF In. houses. 7 from almost every part of the country college girl )n the matter of safeguarding great 'jingling ot 'keys, and >, a caretJ

., Stand pat, on Resolution Anent Accompanying the report was a.letter ;. ,' our ship of, state has Balled on their,belonging. stowing away of ring, bracelet..'
:Cotton Acreage Report.' .from the president which he serenely-In placid waters, and not the There Is an> unwritten law among brooches and the allowance'which has <

Ellerbe give out the points out ,that there JIJ'' no conflict .faintest breath of scandal baa tainted college girls that nothing belonging Just .come from home. .&.t'the end
; 8en them shall be odder lock and key,and the week. such become Irk
they leave diamond
ring blaring on and things are thrown aroud la I
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rtatehouseofficials of member .
or a
and that of
the
the resolution introduced agricultural .
ton by
/ their dressing table and their old .
pocketbooks way a* before. Rings are all t
( t'.harclng the manipulation of cot. department expeit*. It 1* of ,our Judiciary. The people of our peeking out of bureau drawer over hatpin stuck"1 a piuoupocketbooks
from : "" paid in the latest report that the packing 'plate are enjoying unbounded1 pro.'perlty .

acreage An attempt. had been If they miss a trinket or an. article of are deposited In the <
to discredit him house proprietor are manifesting and oar financial skies were
by the state apparel for a diY
two
,or they do mot Jog cHela.' laC4! ,daagto oner(.: a
was that the Idea wa inspired br almost ':a humorous haste to'clean never.. brighter,,*' worry -arguing that,_Elizabeth.-. of. the.astwer. ,. wevMsM'.. lick jMI
The Jordan In an, effort to bull up. r pave and .attempt' to 'ptan for "" I Genevieve or same other bosom friend. ea the pta tray. *jsikls*.. are <

the department of agriculture. future. changes.,? "'"V"V: '' GIRL'S SLAYER ELECTROCUTED.' % has simply borro ed. It ......'a' ]p..,.LM bettlb and
.
; ?/' a matter of fact," .continued New toilet rooms are being provided '. -' l ''T"* Sometimes a girt,will miss,an opera kevt wide ..*..>. '. 7'; ,

: 'l Ellorbe, "Mr.''Jordan was not con with new dressing rooms and clean President Wa Asked to Save/ Tucker. cloak and make no attempt to hunt It When a'tcollece girt, suiter
,, one way or the other- before towels. ,*, But Declined. 'up until she ha. need of herself. ." robbery she doe notrregard'the'
'
\ tion { introduction.' of my;! resolution." The report says this haste'. toward' Charles, : Tucker,"aa electrocuted Scarf and glove and handkerchiefs ter .Tory' seriously*at flat''es
{ to a reform "would be amusing .i ',n,,".. lq Boston,. ,Maas.. at 1J:1J: Tuesday are, often lent1' In this .-same' careless If the theft' be of money.: 'When

t, be : AND SMITH MEET. not so near tragic.!" morning for tile murder of. )label! fashion.' The' girls say that;:it show robberies become .frequent'she,

I over The president says his ,investigation Page March,3.. 1904.' a mean' suspicion of'.their' college to. think'of.dishonest_ .servants. or. '
Incidents mates as well fa* an unacoommodatIng -. thlev*. *' '.:
t Joint Debate Between Georgia have not been 'completed- One .of' the of the day
spirit to keep their valuable locked 'When'the'culprit Ia'pro'ed to be mi
)) Gubernatorial Candld.tss. enough has developed in my Judg. was a telegram received 'at th. hats '
,'. .. .n.audience of more than meat, to call for Immediate thoroughgoing house by Governor' Guild from tier up. ., woman, the college girl I I. almost M-
Room
doors are almost. Invariably ncbinpset-as;; the criminal Ia..u '
4 gress people, a mass of enthusiastic and radical enlargement of the' I3ent Roosevelt, In're1iU rto. ,the unlocked : :
and a* the entrance doerott'hedormitory but It teaches her no lesson.-
tion cheering and applauding to power of the government Inspect- case. It.... a* follow: -
,1* always unlocked Maybe; for-'a'montk'ahe.wllt. nat-
echo, and taxing the utmost ca- Jag- all meats which enter Into Interstate "Governor Curtis Guild Boston there :
nothing to .
v prevent a woman] leave ;her room without locking eri '
f of the Peachtree! :""Auditorium. and foreign. commerce., Mores: : Have been requested on behalf on.robbery bent from 'ransacking half. ever ''thing;: ; but at the "end 'of IIII.m011if"ahe .

Ik ) 'Howell and Moke Smith met In ... of certain parties In Boston to Interfere a dozen room In a fewminute ); .will, arguethat+>the'.thiefbat
/ 'Friday night upon the same !GRAFTER AIKEN. IS FIRED. with. the execution, of Tucker, '* President deal;.'has risen In ..cbapbtagain : been _apprehended>> ; so that there) .

not fiTJolnt debate 'Upon the Issue It being alleged that' it Is 1 my ,duty .and. again and exhorted the Is really. ,no need to, .be.so careful,, '
or In the pending campaign for flallroad Clerk Dismissed by Ordenof sv> to do Inasmuch a* I hay. the. power I .i.ff_

j .hall President Cassatt. under the federal law. ", .
the Joseph A., Alken, chief clerk of "No'showing has beam mtd8'' to me ,Nv)17u'.S' PERILS ,ICU ,AFRICA', :;.

WERE. OO .LATE, Monongahela to a ..- missed by direction of President Casatt. regard to.this ,I desire to state to Capt.' Chauncy Hugh 8tegaa4! of the. '' three'' elephaab -after following theft
Mob Got Jail Flrsfand Ne- In his testimony before the Interstate you.that ln'my'judgmentyour decis British'army baa been tossed by a \ trail for a whole day la were .
rhlaocero" nearly to''ceath Two of the elephants "
and trampled .
i gro Was Lynched. commission sitting at Phil Ion not to Interfere'with the. <
An Davis, alias "Dago" the negro , adelphia. Aiken said that while his "f' the' sentence ofTucker carryingout by an*elephant Oa the first of male and a female. The third elph mt'.; .

tary ; murdered Mr. 'Russell and his nor alnry had'averaged between $30 and to me entirely-sound,' and commandsmy seems these occasion the' captain accompanied elephant was younger' and smaller. 'The;' .." ,

servant at Felicia, Fla.. Tuesday f 125*;, be owned nearly $75,000 worth hearty sympathy. It' bur 'by native hunters, .was beating were tnskless," and the
seem
smaller one had-tasks, but they..... '
of coalstock.. the Jungles for big'pme
lynched at Inverness twenty mile
i' or4 Thursday tlculariy a case ln:>whlch there shouldbe too i y,, small 'o; ;
each by a large party of masked men. 'He admitted having received checksfrom : : no Interference with the. carrying from, Fort Nancy, In central Africa", Stegand was going to leC.them'mOft f
.: ,&!ry.I. soldiers .ent from Brooksvllle to_ '.coal companies and. also gift out of the -sentence. 'when he. In ad"vance 'of' the men, oft-undisturbed.' However,' the young

1).' him arrived -too late. from mplU1J''store I.. -1'1H1fOODqH:1D) : ''RP! EV'IOf.T' ;" started two rhinoceroses' ; which ran elephant, .after gong.a short', way
toward him. One he :tamed with a Changed his mind aDd '''returned* and

,.... WEAK LEADER. SCALP F JEROME. "OA8" ADDICKS RELEGATED. shot. while the other ran at' him ran for the captain,who firedto stop
;, : :;::;: AFTER ... . knocked J him down and then .thrust the animal and hit him'In the 11....
y .:> Successor May Be Fired by < his horn under hi* prostrate body and But the ,
.,. Removal York DI.trlctAtto Lose Long ,, Fight for'. Vacant ,Seat creature went on, making fop,
_ ;:r.- v of tossed' him in the '
Czar for Incompetency. ''* from airsome tea or the raptala. who, in getting out of te
\ks, '1 to reliable reports from new Demanded of Q-v. Higgins 'At Delaware In U. s. Senate.. twelve feet. This was a' feat therhlnoceroe' way stumbled over'i a fallen...tree

f \ Pearl \ Emperor Nicholas bas about Removal of William Travers Jerome Dover/riel.-KoncSq'night.CoL ".. well\ equal to. being which the beasts had'pulled'';< -it'/ at to retire Premier Ooremykln. from' the office of district attorney . Henry A. 'Dupont-of Wilmington, Defeated some two or three tons In weight, with. 'and got among they brjtnch'. '*

rt and-- the first It was apparedt to out; of New Ytork county I*, demanded Edward AddicKs, In the' contest proportioned ,height i Capt Stegand Then the- elephant tried to kick: klaa
,for the ,vacant seat from Iel J"are'I1I. wa seen flying tn the air above ..
who that M. Goremykln diet not -of Governor Higgins In a corn, the out with bis feet'-and even... .
hated the force, capacity or skill Dlaint which''ha been filed at'the executive 'the United State senate." Mr. tall grass by his, followers. ., H. managed over the body ''of the captain';!tM
heard to steer the ship of state chamber In Albany by William Xhipont was selected 'to :fill the va to fall on the flat ot his, back blood from his wound falling oe
; lice, crisis eancy'>by a caucus of the;'republican and so had no, broken bones,' but hoi man. below., The,captain/bo
present and the
em .
who I la dissatisfied N. Amory of,1 New York city: Frank members of'' the legislature.,.Thla'ac' had, a deep' wound la the> cheat, above was able to get bold of hi* rifle, _
extremely
B. Perley, secretary to the governor;
"shot 'tion ends a contest 'which has been u.h..art..here: the rhinoceros bad had failedout of his hand in
the Bony
premier' Tailors to admitted later that such a complaint '
'r'continued for eleven* lifted him'which took three wteka to stumble sad was hand 4to'hla'one
any headway toward a rap- had been filed, but he would say nothing years during heat .
\ of the men. He knocked the <
Which tlme-Qtddlck* wa the -
candidate
Fr .. a. with the lower house pf as: to the l1ature ot the; charltetl' ", Of, the union republicans United On/th s. second .occasIon for
_ion. Is noir ready to sacrl-, made against Jerome - . r
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f '. $ DECLARES. FOR'' BRYAN. -**..- -* . ... :- \* *
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i 8und - \ .former Member! ',oflievsiand'. Cab Agrarian .Debate.Taklng! Up! Time, offatbjSbReselad'l ; 4;'"
E 8 natar RenOml.naUon.of' . ..... '
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.At Nebratkanl ,
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A.. H:' r_eon*tor, .James 1'.' Jonetl,.ot .,,s ILl.o e ..MUwaukee Journal print /np; :t.. petenburg_ ,.. die .. .,..ayZ Qreateaq; ': !oli'eBaolaa your' '
,; -W ..., two time chairman ot't&et J li"'t''ryJswTWt.r,.. brpo.rJkVnlled'(StaterSenator'W111lam fth B oistie-tg questionparllamenf {( .oorrespO4d.ents'ILnd '"

p 'found ,.DatloDal.o4 ommlttee, and Vilai 'who was also 11''-the lower house of hglpfsytofglge'yo; . $t
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a'member of :1. : ;,.
of the' President 'Cleveland's nlte tslcontinue througaout ,the .. 1"n.
,, *bo, ) ( closest frleqd*lOt, William" ..
i .'?.Baf>b, !: .: SrranUtaJi *i i(President Roow-> .Mblsttng.. ..o- "... ,.i* *t' Is'flnlshed the so.., UTiJNrlN" (' v.'ts 'I 1r 1
? : Saturday' Afterward he declared tlon, endorlng lam':J. Bryan, for ution of the'question will JbJardly\ bemncldurther"a4vance4 WE: iT 1EASNkLE' fK8.

jr I '* nomination by the demos the nomlna denr'at the than .when pie. ; ... .,. ".
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I tf W, B:, HAUlS; fcanor ... rrosrNnr;?; for. you
..... !'armer-tI tills bears &. iU> uucli? J

'lIMrtbeC'e Will' Nun .-MF t-. .....'II .This .U Mr. ltuebuck. I .
,. w r fall to....1oW ..ay.r. ._aIUI. F&rlJler-Mr. Roebuck,, what are I .- __. ,
s paying for butter and to I1
you eggs Jay
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All oommaob.tbn..xoept: from Ao.wer-W. are not buying butter '
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mart Ale .untwjif th.writer .
oorrwpund.nu. but cash . I .
I and eggs sell for only .
'.I ReJ...iUd m.tur will not be returned. uulnwllod *. .rw.r-Ir.. Roebuck L have been .. ____.. '....
t -_for paying you' cash aU spring but I find .
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anurad.llb puwnllto.la KlMlnnw. .ft'*., I ain ruoolpR short of money now and J .. _'_ .. J
..s.ouudel, 1.a_ininur.l 1 bate to ask the hou t merchants to .
J RUBCalrTlole -- trust me after spending all my ,cash '

f ... KAE8.. ... ..... with jou 1 ha ea (food farm aDd < '
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{ on copy,ODe ;::::: ' Refrigerators :
ODe copy, Jilt moatli...... .}......Of .... ... 1.11 ,, On.oowr,three.month...,. ..,. . ..IBt aud 1 would ask: you If you/ woulu : < .
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carry me uotllafter harvest. I 'can .. _
Friday, Junelb, 1906.,, give you Rood references.Answer to .

'y us, as'we-do Inferences a nu' 'lutly) cash don. t business co' with. Freezers : : .i

d' from..Richmond t'to Tampa. You send send the goods.the money. and then we will > .:1i., : ; ..

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\' ., .The OlCeOla county commissioner! ...rmer-M 1', Roebuck the home
;, are being petitioned 10 build a good merchant win trust me and why, la it .\
road from Klsslmmee to loughman. you will not after me spending all- my Coolers : : :

The one obstacle In the way of making vain with you . .: '. ;: : :;: -
such a road has been heretofore, the Answer-That Is the reason "IOUl'i ;. i., .. /if[ ': . STANFORDCARSON
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We v "
howe mel'CbanLmILk\1t no money. '
necessity of building a bridge auros 1 1' ; : ''I/ ,
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n Reedy Creek swamp but the 'Kissim. get cash in auvaoce aoti-the* get )your ' " .;
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yt mee Valley Gazette thinks, "PolkCount account and thai without Interest,'acid : : ;: "
; ; would doubtless be willing u then we know we will get the balanceof . < <
f pay her hare la the const ruction oL, jour cash alter the old ,.account In Canopies : : .
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'4l the bridge across the swamp, a* it i paid up. ; : .
o'al'wel'-Bello Mr. Roebuck.liullo :. .. '
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would give an outlet north to tb&rp o' '
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pie of .that county and would be
central ".
P another link fn the chain of !food Farmer1 thought bad cut :Hammocks '
roads that. la gradually being 'forged 'us bi<'. Say M"r. lloebuck. 1 havebeen '
t Ft .. and will eventually extend from Jack dealing with you for a long time :.GRAVES .
.0Dylll to Tampa.: In view of the and while one bou( pruues was -
fact that. a good road from Kissimraee wormy and we could not eat them and '
to Orlando I I. now assured and will our neighbors would nut have them
be built. in a short. time, the Lough and one pair of shoes X buuKhtof you BaseballGoods "
4 .v' man road would be a must. Importao 1 bad to ell tor 91 less than 1 paid c9MrNV.\ '
link, aa Polk county would doubtless lop them On accouut of not uttiaK J J .S HARDWARE
then take It. up and extend It. frou, did not want the homo- merchant to .
Lougbman to' Lakeland. Then the !know what I was buying of you or 1
1 question of good road. from Sanfoi should have tried to trade Ibem for _
to Tampa at least would, practically' another pair. However, 1 overlooked - - -
settled. ,1 Thus one by one the link, those things. In view of the fore- Baby Carriages / ;
will be constructed until a chain'ol acting our citizen are going to build / t tl
good roads extend from Richmond, a new CblllCh, and art a little behind . .
Va. through Savanna1 ar.d Jackson'vllle on-the pastor's; salary 1 thought 1 u-
to Tampa.-Times-Union Short would ask you bow much you would .
jf Talks.. give toward the building and the aal.

' Orlando and Orange county will\ fall ary. BIG LINE "

in with this good'Idea of good, roads An.wer-.We cannot give anything ; _',
from Jacksonville to Tampa quite as we have our own churches and _
', readily. This county already has, a other Improvements to keep up In .
;,d.; 1 good road from_Sanford to a point c.btl'lijO\'o\ and further, the cuUens of .
a. aeveral"'miles south of Orlando and each county should keep upt.II own Harness and Saddles i
.:, y the good work la continually goingon. improvements. Why do you not yow .
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We put all of our county convicts your own merchants for donations
to work on our own roads anti for local ma "ral'FarmerYe. /
have something to show for It, besides = ., but we have been ,
using the convicts humanely. vpendlag our money with you.
Now If Duval county will| wake up Mr. lloebuck\ Oh, I see.
I to the civilized Idea of doing likewise Central Girl Your'tlmel.up. And / _.
't with her convicts and place them under she outs off' connections. -. / I ---. -- .
proper supervision on her own; Farmer I see now what R fool 1 ,f' """"' .
county roads.1' will go a long way toward have been all this time buying of a $ I

accomplishing the result, the firm that cares nothing for me or the .. *, $
C. A. CARSON, Pr. ld t. N. C. BRY* S.cr.tary.,
i 'Times-Union apeaks of. Theeisropi community In which, I live but are, In : "
Itself of these two counties would be It. only for the blood money they' can I Z'I3E;: : r $
I\\, something worth while even though draw out of the country. ADd further '$
Duval's road. may already bn I I cannot see the goods I buy until they
j heavenly If the Times-Union'would have m money, thereby getttnjr some V
Join in au effort to. Improve theroadsof things {do not waut but have to. re- f Waters & Carson :Grocery Co. j i iI

the state, and the disposition of the ceive. .

; state convicts as well, by working for They build up Chicago, eh? Hobplp .... L.L'- Kfc.l.Ml. ..4 Retail 0..,.,.,!., S
a change la the system so that a great : .
me J ha Rogers If 1 i dou't help I '
t movement. would be put. into operation w build up my own community and I $
'' t :; IES
for
continuous state road building by pity! my cash where I get my cred it and q-RqCER
;. w the UFA of i be state convicts aDd thus with the merchants who buy. my prod S
do away with the nefarious system or duce and
poultry. 8o-- \lf God will .
leasing them to master who see nob* forgive' for -
me conduct will
log.In it but the dollar, at. any .cost. to do: bnslness at.my home past pee what I buy f COUNTY AOBNT9 FOB __i_, ''.
the
victim then the people of the state <
before, hand and buy what I want ..
ble would. ed.rise The up c Times-Union and call that,can. paper do Good bye my 'honey. ,'A good FARMER.bye. II A Y 'I Celebrated, Fertilizers I CRATESORA1N. /t.r/dtatrt./naas ...,...-........

this as DO other in Florida
paper can '
'; and it is the opportunity.of Its life.- ". Ancient Rome . : J3 1.C'. ... .. tlndllp,
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'v A* ,' /I'f: .m' 9@gVlnfkfV il.i F.r.I..4. na Application. ,a, lit': !* !
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Ballard's j ; +
Snow ,
If Liniment.. Is the fam / ", ',. /I\ :t. ':\!' .. :"" 'm n . I..,."ax ?o", ,,,<>Jlil/f.;jt'-s.,,sLt! ,/lt 14iI \,.
J.W.Watson. for Next GOY. fly 'liniment" of 3rthe' twentieth, century Ot0i1lAPS '
Y ... ., A positive cure for Rheumatism f .
ernor. Burns.Cuts Sprains: Neuralgiaetc. 'R1bES FURS WOOL /
Speaking of the strong' pomlblllty .,, Mr. C. II. Runyon, Stanberry : : : 'J1)
of Uon.J. W. Watsob Mo. wrles: ''! bave used SnowLiniment" o
nominated
recently
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for Rheumatism
,; county a*being Representative made (Speaker'from of Dade thv pain. "I can't say enough and In all its ''L Country I'rota.-vi.ce a. Spcla.lt3r.J Jy 1 110.1 1 r.=:: ' 1/11/:

next House of Representatives one of praise. Sold by Rober"onl'harmacySon -S Spis 1

his staunch friends yesterday said to follow not in the foot steps of %% .

rv> The Tropical Bun: "IJow. about Watson the loafer and make no example of -'-- -- ... ..iki
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for
Governor?
The t' him who was born.tlredfor verily Isay ATLANTIC c COAST LINE I .
a ;
newspaper representative' ; of unto you, his business Is overstocked r

*& than Bourse,but; could"just not. the. say thing.anything" else all taken, the, and seats the on whittling tbe Corner places are are THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. I ftt

In fact who could say anything all occupied. ibis better to saw.wood 'tD
against such a proposition.Mr. at two bits a cord than to whittle at,a non.
..Watson Is one of the mlog whlitllpg match and abuse the government ... OONNieOTIONI rage I f I
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:, statesmen of Florida, and while it ,is Son. while thou hast In' thy -' .. I
doubtful if.he has ever 'bought! of skull\ the sence of a jay bl..cI.. breakaway :To Over its own Rails to Savannah Charleston, I I "'' fD110R181 ,

such a thing as being Oovernor of from the cigarette\ habit, for lo, the 'Eastj Richmond and Washington thence Via Penn-v nt r>Qno nnelSb .,;
Florida the fact remains that no bet\ I thy breath allDketb like a glue factory, sylvania Railway. -
4 ter timber could be found In the Htate. and thy mind Is less Intelligent than a l
g He if a successful business. m..D''of store dummy] Yfa. thou art a cipher To West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville &'Nashville
honest and clean methods, and his with the rim knocked off.-Robert J. he CLAUDE L'ENGLE A. K. TAYLOPf '
past political affiliations which ,cover B u t delta.Mr. and "Dixie Flyer"RouJe" Via Atlanta. Ed tar Carfosnlrt. ,.t.
period of many years,. have:placed To Via Savannah Ocean
Steamship for
sy Company,
him In a po.tIlnn..hove reproach. t Will Prevail, a younger brotherof East New.. York. Philadelphia, apd Udslon, via' Norfolk AN U.USTIUTCD WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN, J
tf; All the BUD has,to for the late J. T.'Prevail while riding tile Steumrr to York
Tropical say Newt( ]- -Washington and Baltimore Brimful' of
Good :
the .present, in connection with the through the" woods near Mlms on .J. via Savannah and Men-bans and Miners Transpor. Things-Bristling With Catchy Cartoons f
proposl:ion I. that,, should he enter horseback a few days ago, startedto Via Steam bip. Lotion Co., for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
,+ two years hence, he will be sure to cross a stream of water, but. be had Maybe you want to know what's BO? Perhaps you would J
carry %} ,strong following.\ -Tropical not gone far when be saw a large a'- Key West andHavana. Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship like to BJ-O thing as they are? Perchance the truth ..

,Snn. . _. i I llgator coming for him and oily about { Company. well told and cleverly pictured appeals) to ? Per-
ten feet He at -j you
away once reached In
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: A 60/3 ,Essay on Girls.i I Ir his saddlebags for his revolver: but Route of the celebrated tr lnn. New Ynrk A" Florida 1:11': <"' 1".-Florid*.and West In 11 ad venture you have longed for a pujwr that will printeverything s i
I Unified Chicago A Flortd.lJmlle4.and Dixie .
I a w !(* "Mr. Oater" was too quick for him, Flyer. that should bo printed? .
Jlrls Is sisters of boys and ban long for before heloould think the monster
r liare.wares dresses an'.-powder, fust' cane at the horse wd fastened hismassivejaws .Quickest Schedules, Superior Service.. THAT'S THE SUN
giri was called Christmas Eve thoughnever upon Its shoulder! and .
could tell : the -- for Information .>to..teI,.ichcdiilen,sir consult the Purple Foldor, or
will Most every a. horse made a jump backwards rommnnlrcM wan
,p i1 family has one girl and some of''em for his protection the alligator took\ I. 0. KIdKLANO. Dlrdlon Pnwenircr Aeent"r r>mp*. Fla r A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper' Without a
that is iq bard luck bas two or I,three. the flesh with.him. Mr. Prevail succeeded W. J. URA1O. P.e.enrerTrxm.. Nance.. llmlniton" I X t:
'' We hart a girl in oura whorls-toy In killing his 'eatorihlp before Boss. A Paper Without ,a Financier.: : 3

tf lte-. Ulrls can grow older and get. be left tbe spot.,-East Coast Ad vocpte.TbereAre .....
'' g younger. My sister has.been: twenty W.: B MAMNSON COMPANYAGENTS -f THAT'S THE
1" five for three years and rotate day we Few : \ SUN .
4C ,
may be twlnsv Girls play the planner people who know how to take . --
t t and lalke about each' other. Fat!girls of themselves_the majority do care not ,. FOR It i te Sanitary Clean and Wholesome. It Is Tropical BrT ht-and ""
k 'want to be thin and thin The '' "
girls want to liver I Is a mot Important "
be fat and all of 'em want. to marry, in !the body Uerblne will keep organ U In Fascinating It is Virile. Live and Enterprising. '
? ,doods. Why the :Lord 'bade girls condition. V.1 C. Slmpklns, Alba. Florida Fertilizer'Manur cturj g Company ,
nobody noes, but I think it were to go Texas, writes: "T have used Her
y tot church and eat., Ice' cream There blne for Chills and Fever and find It . Of. GAINfSVILLE. PLA BETTER GET THE SUN .
is three kinds of girls' brunnet girls, the. best medicine' J. ever used., I
;r h+ blond t Iris aDd them that. bas mont" would not abe> > without it. it Is ILl Makers of Grade Fertilizers Most of your neighbors del Get their opinion on It.
-Girls are afraid of mice and bugs. good for children as It. ts for grownup High Then write right toTHE
which make. It. fun to put; em.. down. people-and I .recommend It. It. Is away .
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"J 1(* ", their baokOnley Ttares, One for La Grippe."-Sold by Rober* '" of All Kinds. SUN JacksonvilleFlorida.D "'
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n son' Fhar.iasey.Representative.:: ,
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.! e.t 'tail. : Orange :Tree Fertilizers a Specialty. Inclose as.the notion strikes 70U-7" 1")

.,'j .' .?. 'Don't let your child suffer with tbat peot.edlloto the Everglades Clark comes drainage unex $2.00 for One Year, ,.$1.00 for: six months ,
"I, when '' Remember, the Full
h opgn yon Can cure It with Bal- Issue and in a that will AlwayS. Name '
'.. way command ,
:;.s. I{, lara's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure .general approval. He ba. Introduceda 60 cents for throe months. .1
) "tori Coughs. : ,'. 'Bronchitis.'. ,Influenza, bill In Congress Sft appropriate *3,. .'. And' :we'll 'see.to it yWII'never regret it. i
? :Crs ip: and Pulmonary Diseases, 000.000 from what ts known laxative the biggest run for WeU".f- u
V" .Buy a bottle and try IB. ,< \ funds to 'be' used aa the reclamation Rromo .QuinineCaCO14 yon ;your'money that money J t tIr

J,,. "' ''write.'t'i- .13"B, Laughter,,' Byballa, Miss the Florida Everglade. 'The to laoUba&drain Oh I I:yes'well send sample-opplet. of 1 1T
have Iwo'chUdren ,whi.kad the title to these lands, Is
,''oroup.: I tried mapy 'different. vested In tbe General 'Government DO longer in One: in TWo.ff.rJi. '.
4' ", remedies,. but. I pu.t'say' 'your Horarz may.defeat Mr.'Clark's effort' to secure Day,:Grip .. :
kOfipd Syrup U the'. beet Croup mad "
appropriation! but least : ,
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OM}> medicine ..ever '''II e4.-8qlcl. .. there la'no harm la ...71.nc-L1..'Oak

by JlHiuson's 4 4y ( ," ', . Pbaroiacy.-,t . . DemooraW.t. ,, "- ... Job Work Neatly and ; Executed at This'Offlc
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Laoe.collars. at Kanotr six Co., Going at any old price:. straw hats I Lades white; linen suit si:Katzi.,
NO.114 at Dana's. ' .

Dorothy Dodd" ,.he ladles shoe a* See of Newllneofmouldlo.fr at Fountain'*. .;,A. CAN" .:iOEM 'M. .Le... Ii.: L c".......
'fUBLlSHKl! } EVERY' !FRIDAY Daoo's. adv the Islesworth' Nurser of ........... rsa-Pnal4at:
lea. Qotha!, Fla.: .., In &.b''"-paper. -' New line straw bat* ready for Inspection ., Ceaa4.r

B., MARRIytlfflolal 8T'w. All kinds of ,picture, moulding/ at If at gates.. i ;
you want to. keep 'posted on local State Bank Kissittiniee.eod
". Thompson's.Mr. . and general newsy/ read the Gazette All kinds of pictures framed to' or; of 6 ..

weaker Report.Avsaaaa L. 0., Conk tin returnedrom Lleut.-Col. der at Thompson's.Mr KI8fJlm'me ;: 1ha.: : '10t -
W. 'E. Cadman spent the >
T..7....."'... iearss' J ,A1'O..dla'1'ue.dal. day in Orlando on business jesterdav. O. A, Beach Is preparing'to I*I't I,. __' t'1 a.
r5e5..Lv 5'.1... S a A few handsome
pictures can
: be purchased very at cost 'rom the Kisslm. Mrs: B. H. Guy h&ll'ooe' Dade will be 'ex t PAID 11. C".IT.U...;...._......."..... ... .-0 000 00'
City : amoving picture
Matz. Ull.' mee Drug Uo .to pend. a.few weeks sr with relatives. . hibition at the Opera House this even- l f eTOcsaotsaRSLIABILlTY......ar..y. ..$0OP000'DBPOSITORS '' +

- FOR SALE-Floe grapefruit seed silverware In jr. .cl1.ln,..""'...y.t.. .1 100 Goo OQ, .. ,
line of
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If frtdaf ........ tift n- I lings. :Apply to F II.. Lawson, Klssi'iamee pretty Phone lour Wants, we do the run IsPros.pt ,
and r
wedding .1.
laturdayl......... III. 71 Fla.Grade 'i birthday gifts at nlng. sad C.ret., Att..tier. giver to 'tiatt.h.eal.
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laa4., . ......... It 170 Kats's.Remember. | 1 t.'o4 fora.. ,Recharges; at sill polsita Stchtip..trates.
MonitorTumriajr..... ..... HIM 74 V I a Hereford heifers, 1 to 4 years Kissnnuw Da&a COMPANY.The .. .
....A,... /1 ..ssw.dneal.r old, $U t to. 25. F E. Plank,,, DeFun- the entertainment sit the '' ROLICTBU.
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t.. .. 71 .114 Auditorium next Friday evening. brick work ou the' new Stan YOUR BUSINESS, .
rhnr.<1.' ....... 110 78 1.4" laic Springs, Fla.: June 2l. | ford Carson Gravra, building has x

'Lots of Methodist preach rs In town been completed, and tie carpentersar .
J. A. "1M PRON. P. M. A""pScnle, with horse-racing.dancing In - -
this week and the frying chickens have now putting the wood-work.
and a general Jollification I Is being s. ,
been
;Our rate for Insertion of advertisements having .a bard time, bell at A. J. Marsh near Narcoossee Mr. and Mrs. O. A, Beach, of Ash- '. r'r '
among this reading batter' 'on Mr. G. 1#.- Morrison, Miss Cornel today ton, epeni! the day In town shopping VVVVtVVV '

',,this page l II ten oeoU per line each In.erLion and Master George spent a day or solo Mrs. G, T. Slnglelary, of Campbell yesterday Mrs. 'Beach expect to V VV V iVVV
r.'. '. ''' Orlando,with Mr. Morrison' lastyleek. \leave. In a few day to spend the. sum
visited her here
parents this week returning roe"at her old home In South Carolina -
home Wednesday.Try OSOEOLAPHARMACY.
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The old Jim Yates place belong4ifc. .
to.W. S. lfatwell. was .013 this week the new 'barber shop, Everything STRAYED or STOLEN-Setter dOll

\ through the M.:. Tiller agency. to R.. E. r.aora..oleao new and ) up-to-daVe. Sharp white" InlFrmlngUOTwltK!\ black specks, I
F THE. LOCAL<: flELD.MOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOC. .Willis .- towels-.first-class ser ears 'black and t.an. tan face answersto.nanm'of iTHE'
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Frank. Reward for Information -
Mr. Henry Bass left for.,Fort Myers, vice.Mr. LEADING DRUG STORE
A. E. Bearden and -> that will lead'to
lIon, Albert recovery., .
1, Monday, where he has accepted a went down to Fort Meade Wednesday Missing since June 8lb. .
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position with Evans & ;
Co. hardware
dealers. ,' afternoon to look after Mr. Beardea .Tj.: W,", ELLIS I .
Wade, the Tuner, Orlando.If, fine grove near that place. "' '
",' We find we were hi error' In our i" DON'T FORGET US
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Fewer gallons;' wear tender; Devoe Miss Oussle Brack returned Satur- Mr; W J. McCracken', the. horse statement a few,week. ago as to the .
day night from Narooo where she
see, man arrived yesterday from Nebras. cost of the recent term of 'court held : r
bad been ..' 'with her 4,
spending
White Star Lauadry CITY BAKERY. week k. His carload" of horses will. be here and we gladly make the correc- ,
mo the... here tion. Instead of $3,600 as stated, the '
.. j.l' tomorrow "
!See; our line of new 1 GO cent uhlrti aKatza. Col.' P. A. Vans AgneV-- 'left Monday entire cost of tbe term was 11.370.50.of ,When in need; :'of any r'

night for a business trip to Philadel MUaes Rachel ana Marion Leake which the county. bare was f034 thing in/th'e/ Drug line $
phia. He may also go to New York arrive4la.t Saturday from Fernan-; 20 Our first information! was obtain- 's'
Try a shave or halr-cu".. at the new before his relurD.WANTEDA'1ood. dlna to spend the summer 'with their fA, from a source which we considered .
barber hop. uncle Mr//.AE.: l Bearden. altogether reliable but It appears

man to work N B. .B..te that our informant bad either beep
Cashier Carson of the ..
Great bargains. .ID willow chain at. orange groves and e.am-lor place Bank of Klsslmmee, bal' been absent misinformed': of bad gotten somewhat g; ft Bottle, ol "flerblBQ" FREE(; 'to ,ereruustoaer;
Thompson!.. good wages" with free house and fuel. mixed his
; several days this week attend In.., the In ,llgut'ex.The' .
Address this It.
: pauer. Banker's Convention In Atlanta VVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVW ='
t'I' i Smoke Key: Went Havana, the best The Shaker colony are putting In a ,'I''
an in
All who feel Interest the District 'Conference. .
c .+\ 60 Cigar on the market. new Jtt horse power marine boiler High ". '

with which to their sawmill School should attend Xhe entertainment JB. .Bfc..ft. Jt-J fc J fJ Jfc Jfc .. '
$too worth of crockery for tale at mill and other run syrup tithe Auditorium next Friday The OrlandoDistrict Conference' f g JW WW -> ilk d4aepAcattc.lk. ....da

cost. S. C. Q. lldw, Co. machinery.Capt. evening and help swejl the piano fund, which has been in session here this rj 6'J
J. W. Collier returned to his week .closed last night, after a very Sunny South Stables ,
Snpt. W. J. Sears visited Orlando nayal stores business near sarasota Mrs. Burners and Misses Nellie and interesting meeting of three day. :w

on Business Wednesday. Monday night' alter spending a few Toots Wallace left yesterday for Presiding Elder J. W.. Blgham 'was .
New Smyrna to spend a few week., In of the Conference aid there :
days here wltb his family. charge
i Mr. Tully Carr, of Fort Ogdeti spent after which they wtll go. t.o'' ValdostaGa was a full attendance of delegates from J '.... .::. LIVERY ,f
"a few d )'I.in t.own.this week. Capt. Conrad Menge made atop, to for the summer. the district. .
Klaslonmee last week, returning homeon from' the different '- 'FEED '1...
familiar Therepon.
Mr. Uegrlnald Cadman of Narcoos Among the faces' lo town .
Saturday'aecompanied by blswlfoand
this week \the district churches throughout the district were *
see, spent the day In town Monday. babies,.and Mrs. Shands.Ft.Myers attending conference arid t "
Press. we note Rev J. L Moon Rev.J. very'gratifying, and showed the M. = I :
Mr. Benedict, a large pineapple W Austin, Kev. W. H.. Steinmeysr K. church In this section of Florida to ;;. I/J ..( .SAL'tI:2. i' ,

grower of Orlando was here Tuesday. The steamer Success Is now making and Mr. C. ,K. Earnest.LOSTSomewhere be in a healthy and growing .condit 4 I _..;;; \ ,
two trips a week between Lake Okeecho .ion. 'STABtE /
,t Nice line -picture moulding and bee and this place, bridging about around my shop Suitable resolutions were passed by _ y,, / 'I! -'.. ti
mats, just arrived. J. W. Thompson.The lO.OOp pounds of fish ala load.-'Ft. last Saturday agold/ 'watch, huntingcase the conference thanking the people of

City Bakery Is- agent for the Myers Press. with Elgin movements ..Ird engraved , Klsslmmee for the many courtesies ,,1 INGRAM &, GILBER)'. PROPRIETORS : i : "
on baclr. Liberal .reward. H shown the delegates during .. : '
White Star Laundry-the best in the The high school faculty bas three returned to E. P. DANN. I their.stay i I ', I. :1. ,, fl
'f.\' State. vlx Stet.on.whoJroe.
vacancies : Miss-Maggie j 'I
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon left to Jacksonville, Miss Ella The Atlantic Coast Line is advertising .1 Has !Stood the Test 28 Year f*' OAJWAY./OPPOSITE. POSTOFFICE;,, '

for Teon. BeesOn, who has accepted work esterday Dayton, to spend The original Phondt'102.
the summer : and. Miss Esther Ltgelte! who from besold places along its line; tloketl to Chill Tonic. You know what you aretaklni' j 11 Kisslmmee! ; Jf
I Is repor'ed to have decided to change next Monday, June 18th, good In 'f" : .I.
.Itlsironahd quinine: a
: Mr. E. II. Glllett, head of the Shaker her for the benefit of fortunate till June 31t The roundtrip rate '!All Kinds
name some .
colony went up to OrUndo on business young. mac-Punta Gorda from Kisslmwee4s$2.00. astelets form.No, cure no pay.; 60o. t IlSuling. Florida./;. .

Wednesday. Herald. Mr. C. U. Wilson Is now In charge iF. ..Yr4-Yr-u-- 'u w'w'_ if v'w- w

;:."J', Watermelons, peaches pineapplesand In our account of the, Paulk-Gard- as nnanagecof E.,> -P.. Dann's blacksmith School Picnic.; -- ,.
canteloupes have been plentiful ner wedd Inlr-I aaL week we omitted to shop and wagon works, Mr. .
Miss 74avme C. Bowman the pu.
j.. in the local market this week. Dana having accepted the position of ; p )
';\ mention one ol the prettiest incidentsof Supl. of. the electric light plant, which lar teacher of the 'Southport school, Has Stood The 'Test :25 Years.Grove's ., :
have the occasion. As the bride entered
f. If'you any laundry to send will requirg his constant a j8oLlon. gave her pupils a picnic' last Friday, } -
'f away, and wanult "done uo" In good the church, he. was proceeded by her the closing day of the school. .
shape, phone the City Bakery prettr. little niece Ethel Robinson Tax Assessor. W.,*'c.; Parker of. Those who attended report a most
who acted as flower girl and strewejroses Jraoge, died his In .
; county suddenly < at enjoyable day. the morning appropriate ( .,
Every' 25 cents< In cash paid
\ ) spent or along the pathway of the bride hume in Orlando last Sunday, night. exereis.s'by the pupil were
,, on your account at Kali's entitles' you from tbe oor ol the cb ircn the altar. Mr., Parkerwas a splendid official held, add the dinner was all thatcould

bat to a rack.chance. on one of those beautiful I Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hicks and Mr' and'was re-elected at the recent primary be desired .

". O. M. Pearce left' on tbe noon train without" opposition\ ,_ Miss Bowman is very popular with Tasteless'chill ;'Tmic $

New barber shop), at Patrick's old Sunday for'Atlanta'where Mr;Pearce Mr. and M.rs.: C. E<- 'Franklin and ha patrons of her school, all of whom "
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a stand Service by a tonsorial artist will undergo an operation for a serious little daughter left yesterday for Clin. hope phi will return next term. "- -
conversant .with all. the latest '(ad* In Intestinal trouole, with which be ton, S. C.; .to 'spend some time wi'h' 5O tefti. ,. .,
bar bea.nlC.:. . has suffered for some time. Dr. and relatives and friends) Clinton" the No-Cnre-No-Pay. :

Or.: F. Mlddlebrooics ,attended the Mrs. Hicks," while in ALlanLa, will be old borne of -both. Mr. -and' Mrs., Paving The Streets.Capt. __ __ .._"
the of their son-ln-la and .
guests Fra.DkllnaDd they will doubtless.receive \ '
.
Association meeting of the in 'State'Orlando Pharmaceutical daughter, M.' and Mrs. J., M. .Wood, a cordial "welcome.'. c .. '::\ A. F:. Bell with 'the, county' TM.'RIYFRS: M."i1. i C !
r 1 ;iii WednesdayaodThurdayr and expect to be away, about two '- road gang, machinery and mule be- '. Physician tad Burgees).'
" "r'' -\,.. Is the time toket our ?
weeks. ;Now : ? bhotos, fan work this week plowing. up' and WITH XI8BIMMKB DRUG COMPANY

Miss Shelly Smith, of Orlando:?who "' family groups tnad \.to order;' Sunday trading the street; preparatory to PHONES--Omo. &, e/q .14..ce, 03
bas been spending some time with her Tbe game of baseball between the school groups, picnic. groups, and will paving them with Bar tow r.ock. The xwrseEs. pW,
'. cousin Miss Mabel Parker!, returned Orlando and KUvlminee nines playedon make photos ,- or anvtbfng. 'that, you material has already begun to arrive 1i 8I -
borne Wednesday the local diamond last Friday want. Come and flM' and .learn my there being three'oarloads of the ,DR.tESLEYW.WEEDON" : : iilfi
afternoon resulted'in another victory irlces. Don't wail too long I might rock here now"* and the.'work of 'put .
Dr. P. Phillies of Orlando was For Klssimmeee by a score of 11 to 7. be gone. 'T. H. MINX. ting It down wm begin tomorrow, OPEOIALIST'BYE. '
here Tuesday afternoon on business. Lt Is said by some of the local fans, .', BAR, .NOa. AND TMKQAT.,
-i i i ,1 n i i
Friendship Lodge K. of P. isl' .1.]
The doctor reports his orac.ge ..rovesall who have been; keeping tab for: the now .Private
Makes the Strong.A AmerleaQNatlooaJBank
in One condition. past several years, that Orlando has In a very flourishing' ooodltlop-1 and Weak : Hospital *
never won a game from Klsslmmee much interest is being .manifested b.v run down condition of the nervous .. Bid Tampa, Fla.
Notice is hereby /given that all my the members. Therewas.quite full -- ,
though they have crossed bats a oum- \ a system thoroughly rendering defective ,
notes' and accounts will be turned Over her of.times; both here and la that attendance on Wednesday, 'evening! the energies of the mucus, !gland and JJ B. J. W/ SIMPSON .-:. tf,
'" to the Dank for.collection after May when. there was work In the second andt.blrd venal and nerve structure.Its why so .-. T-

t;;' .10th. F. O. THOMASON M. D. city.Dr. ranks. There were'also, three many people have various diseases. DENTI8T., .

a f, M. Kanner & Co., of Klsslmmee and permanently. WinD In has.Ktssimmee.decided trf and remain will new applications for member bip. hese Haggard's, deficiencies Specific andassures Tablets rectify 'all -Offloe,over:Osceola Pharmacy.Or r ; ..-. 1 'will, be. in. ', Klssimmee, .i aboutJUNE

,J,' P..latka have purchased the large hay", bls family to Join _him here as that. We Mr.neglected Robs B to ratio mention bad!last resigned.week buoyant health.- They are an good absolute -, ,' ..OE; HOUKSJ ')( ,9 a m. tn 12iD.;; '15 with another'foHorse a1'' t'' 1fi'
lock of clothing and furnishings of soon as they can arrange u make the a specific for Indigestion, Kidneyand r '1:30: ; to'6:30p. m. . -. .j. _
its position of electric E
the
Jot D. of is Supt..
) Edmondsoa, Palatka. The doctor '
Is
move. at present room Telephone No. 79 '
Bladder troubles Lost Jun 5. Ivr.PA. .
Vitality la the
This jbWt load of
light plant, an' had been succeeded : ,
ing at Dr. Thomason's residence and ,
Wood for Sale.-When want a and all k.ndred diseases. They never
>', Mr. E. P. Dam, who is In charge .
.' load of good dry pine stove wood, call : a.oHHoe| headquarters are at Rober- fall to benefit. Send for book of particulars Horses'] -
son's Pharmacy, where be Intends Mr. Dann Is a. thorough mechanic VANS AGNEW:,' f have ever,shipped tothl.:r. XZ
; .. up phone 74. Delivered anywhere in and his knowledge of machinery will Price per box 60c. If., your ; i ,

'. town on short notice. H. W. nron on. soon details to and fit up suited an office for office complete work in Und all prove'of' !great benefit'to Ute .city In druggist cannot supply you they Of will I ATTOHNKY AT .AW........ place.. 'Tt1gy'wlll' be fat ,smooth r.r:!' ,.
Mr. R. Alderman and De- conducting the plant. >sent prepaid upon receipt price. I I ''I'I
4 son, minor
111. surgical
NOTARY
operations. vile
PUBLIC
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Address Haggard Specific Co. Atanta and '
well
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broken
( Wilton, of Has to tree, spent several I 'esstonaUcard' !appears elsewhere. On'Wednesday, June 13th County l da.OOOt and Iwill sell, at'
( days here last week the latter taking KISSIMM +:E. FLA. :
Judge W. R. Johnston celebrated tbedual
1'\'' the examination for teachers, in which council The street have let Committee tbe contract of.he\to city Mr. anniversary of his birth and reasonable prices, Eve; r y:bo d y r roomdand
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he succeeded In securing a first grade marriage. On that day the judge was HARRIS'. SANATORIUM. them. '
brick
1 certificate. frank Bass for a culvert cross the MOOOOCXXXXXMOOOO .see __ c
jig tiltch on church street near the sixty-two years old and had been mar D", R. L. HARRIS. ;* ' ,

;tt/;,: The Okeech'obee Fish and Fur Co., ilgh school' build Ing. They nave al10 rlyd j just tb hit fne.years, having been --THE--: BUBOERY, AND GENERAL MEDICINES,,' W. 'J. McCRACKEN :;t.:
'tr moved their fishermen boats apd nets contracted with Mr. '. W. Bass married on birthday. We tip our oleo.,.Hoare,11101.4 to* :- ,
,J. from Lake Okeechobee to Lake Kist for a wooden culvert oo the same hat to his honor and wish him many Kissimmee Drug' Co. D".O.D.OHRIST., J''i'j
.Immee this week, and will fish in that ditch alongside Maklniion's store*. acre happy celebrations of these two _. BYB. EAR MO9B AND THROAT,' .. (
lake during remainder of the summer I Both these places have bean In a dangerous Important events.- Offlc Bonn,5-.BUG.I.I,I to 4 :. ONE :PENN'Y', a' { ;

.r.: bringing their fish to Klsslminee condition for some Lime and An entertainment b,. local talent ORLAND.O. -.. ,-. FLORIDA.' will bring t.roe m very.WJjMllr IDu r .'
i : for shipment. the Improvements will meet with the' will be driven at the auditorium next Has now passed k Irjto en- : ; bmud OtmkwMof) U*. mart.rmptdljr 4Mtapln ..> 't >.
.:' Mr. rudely ITe Cadman and family hearty approval of \the tax ptiyers.: Friday! evening". June 22nd for the . C.11s..Is UM Soeta.Yc .

ti''. of Jacksonville' have been 'unending Mr. T, W. Ellis purebred for his enettt> of'the school piano fund. The tlrely new hands, and if mg'sPemaloCollege$ ,. ,

th:, several day at Narcoossee, with Mc.r1 daughter Miss Ruby this week the. entertainment will consist of music ......., -. '
!", Cadmans parents. Mr. Cadman left handsomest! piano ever sold in Kt instrumental and vocal, readings and I Clean Honest and Pro- w. L"WINN, :. +t.i:yFET.ra1AN : :'THOlfABVlUJC, OA. (_ it

a ,,,00 Monday for Jasper Fla., to assist ilmmee. It (Is a style F, Kranlch tc recitations. The cause Is s> worthyone ,
,
.' .4 and should'be well patronized BlvhMt l Curriculum. Flf_ eEp.elandto Pre V 'KitAddress .
'' in Installing a new electrlo light Bach with a beautiful Circa.laD wal
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'. and aside from this the entertainment giessive,; Methods, appeal AND.0.8110 ,uW. BnMd ....*sad C.rU/W t.eou11_ u
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plant, while his family will remain for nut case, the price being SB50.30. The , .io and Exprwion.: New BnUdlMVN...lFomteWd. >>
.; (Some time at Narcoossee. purchase wa made of Messrs. Reese will ba well worth the price of admis *' 8...... H.*t, ElMtri LtaKU,0_ ,., ,M
', .v. STRAYED and Smith who are here representing sion. I. to the trading? blic. we "> _.w..ca._.. ...' ,. 1i..u_' ....luiii.flwlmmlns' Pool.BffwUngAlhnrtTntlMA. .
LOST, $ or STOLEN- J- J kar( ..sad f sy.lo.l CulHin f Dtr Hoc.|., BOM.;
l Dark bay mare with small white spot tbe Ludden. Campbell, Smith Co.,. ofJ.ckaonvilfe'ooe 'One of our citizens who 'ocoall o _,..o..q.eA t. ...._..-' *y
In forehead sore 'on right of back of the oldest and ally wipes the dishes Mr. his wife, be am. confident, ,-that, we ,, BEST CHMSltAN .""""!: uses""'CIZ-,
. ... reliable musical -
A most merchandise came tired of the Joband refused-sir-; ,. .
.:' Just where back part of saddle'strikes, ) I. COCHBANIce : HIiNT5VP/wstt 1. ; .
wethers puffed a little and small sore firms in the Stale. Miss" Ruby isustly log that "It is not a man's work 'will merit. our share of 0000 -
.. on right we tber. Ten dollars reward ) Droud of her new planor which Not feeling disposed to lose his help _" .<: '' l- ',;"
it returned R. B. will doubtless add renewed energy In she brought the Bible out to convince the
to Savage patronage "Soda.
the development of her well ,. W.LVanpdzor&Co. Cream and Cold l"irA1Qu.
.Kisslmmee Fla. already him> of his error and read a. fallows; .! ;
defined musical}!,Ien'. from II Kings/ 2113; : "And will wipe 5, I'Jfo '
t Mr. J. W. Thomason moved his Jerusalem as a man wlneth a dish ; ;'' N'S'
furniture' and undertaking business Mr. Henry. Barnes complimented itupeidedown.'I1t Jfo + : ..l ., ,,,
rt this weekhnto the HuLler/ building, Mrl. Barnes (&this week" : by' sending wiping Is needless it and to turning say that be is doing B :B 'Q: .k'E I : R"S' Where cad t get ntyL'undryr done 1 p:

k. "' which be purchased some time ago home a beautlfuljiew piano. which he its oooa.iooaIUun...' 'tr' I. '- ' Why, leave' It with. :.Qulnn Edmon-; t \t.,
and-bas been repaperlntr putting in a purchased from Messrs. Hesse and a'On i ': son Monday ard-\Tu..day, ,sue' wt1*.. !
;new front and otherwise changing tot Smith who are here representing the Saturday last a. Mr.'W. R.: Monty We., expect: to :'carry, eyerythingln'our'Ifne : :J REAL. ESTATE return It io flrst-cl*** shape.: .., t '. ;-?
suit the his business H* vudden, Campbell, Hrnlth Oo., of re and Miss AlexUja Hardy ,were '
?' now bas noed'of a very handsome and > com Jacksonville. The piano purchasedby leo.vlnA'r.be former to take up. big : that 1 AND INSURANCE J8O' eJeaDloA'".'ore.siegand'dy.iug.;: ;.** .t'
; Mr. Barns ie a style 15, Kimball abode in Savannah; and the latter I clothes at -v '" "
,, mod b us for Jlvlog prince.-r; 'J' >i
store- with handlO :.trie trade demands and I '", o!
"' a domestic walnut case her home In Raleigh, N.C.,- a:; party ; '"
toll Miss Llllle Farnsworth who' 'JAS oostlncr; (460.00'and la the same ,.kind, of their trlends gathered at the trainto OooooooOocofJ.I :Qulno: :dnk nson' 1*.;;ag. 'o':'-,iirv,,* '
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I' been visiting Mr: and Mr*., Oaa. of instrument which took first award bid them go4Ml-bye.. Tb. train roll- .awl 'are, ready' to I'e I /-.I" . ;. -_ I.. .. . Tampa Steam Laundrjr,: .. eilrgtt' aft ,}
Farnsworth at Louirhman uaJDIr up oer'.U competitors at the State. Fair ed tn, farewells W' re ,exchanged,,, anti w..: Jack Dimoo's shop ,Tb.4advU .
4; Monday accompanied by Mrs. Yltrnsr held la Tampa last twit Mr. Hesse the happy couor young nentleman .you:day or night t tF j:.i4 r WILLSdN. 'Ja..tc. ..., .. . .. -afria. ";;rop
woThom/psoa'dsio" .
worth and little Franck,' and this Is themost '
son popular .piano :
says lady boarded tbe 'train. I .
!'pent a few days here with Mends: sold by'bis company,, and tba" they aPGlouolC. .... of Hoe, from: their : p rDOY' Middlebrooks, ".",' ( NoTAlir: Pvatic..r> J -.' : :"

Jea"I jf".q, Thursday with -Me. and have placed' more of his style of Instrument -' rlends,,, which we presume.waa Intend I, STATS:AT'LAROSr J" -toaa.ie: ... . '

} t Mrs. L. H. Gaboon for her new home .* tn tbe "homes' of,i,Florid a ed' to eonvev'W.wlsh'Ihat'they; IMANACRR. .' Real E.tati,', ceDt.f 'i'' Pro Dpl, done by :":v.: y ,

at Day,ton,Tecab. >. than.anV ohirl > wouldn't ret hungry on ID.'way';" ., .sUSSIMMEK,.; J- y-V' ILOIDA'' J jobofflce. , ,; tt: :;x-, ' ," x "
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Nee6Gdl. ,. Qicago. ..
.. TCLMPMONK NO. 11 Hello Chicago.Central .
rUBLIIMEDCV* Y raIDATr give Hear & 'S11.mm
please Imo
)alee< lu Valley UmKieHAimis. 'dullet}.... lW4ouUlk. .r Goods\

ICI"'U'' aLOdtaULAWDNTY.rLiW .\'eUL/'lu-'lJerct' / : Is pear & UoebuokJfarmer .

for
: ntw.i, you.
t. Miorro: :--Is tills Sears: &; ItoeUuckY
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''hoeerlWn will- "t_ MMlff tfc. roes-il This .U Mr. lU> l>uclt. I .I 1 r.
_,faU ......{.1.._r t..atutl.r. F.rmer-M".Koebuok, what are 1 .
for butter aud lodayYAnswer '
you paying g ta .
A evmoranlartteM" .,tump from oar attthOnt.ed -We are not buying butterand .j
be Icuwl liy thRr -
eornwiiuiutoiiu mart '
o '"" :. eggs/ but .el1'lor cash only. -
,r for.// cash all spring but I fled .
n, at the PuwnfltiM 'a Kllflmmec, rte. ra11oll10U I short of ...011.' now and .. '
r y ... ... home rohanui' to "
-! .a*Moond-aLui mall 1 hate to ask tbe
OBHCa1rT10N trust me after stranding all my cash ; : :
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1 ..... .....RAT&8.OD.OOP'.o.'e.r ..... .......1.01'1, with. you. I ha ea good farm. and: Refrigerators : : :
Oncopyl moiilbt. .......::. .r"....... .61/ splendid pro arks ft you\ crupaud /r .:-. ', }. : .
DNoopythreemoaths....... .. I. ... .116 i would you if woulu : ... .
carry me uotll after harvest. I can ", fy--- ::' '; r '''I! '.: : .. : . .
.- Friday June15,1906.b give you good referenues.AnswerReferences ; :' ". ::;. : :, .'J -.: 0' ." .
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don-t .' 'withus . .
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Freezers :
___ . a. we do a strictly cash bualness. . .. :. . , '.. ...r. : _
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and then will / .. .
You send the money we "
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t'uruierr-Mr.: Roebuck the home 7 .
The Onceola county 'eommiasioner. '
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are being petitioned) to build a good: merchant will trust& me and why is It Coolers : .
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: road from KUilmmee to Loughman. you will not'after me spoudinu: all my : : .

The one obstacle in the way of making cash: with you. . : ,, "" gCanopies : :;, .
is the STANFORDCARSON
M Answer That reason your
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road has been heretofore the < .
iucb a home nierchttnt-makes no money. ', rte '. ; : : ..
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necessity of build loir a bridge acrossa .
; get cash in auvanee and Hit get your "
Creek the
needy but ltleaimme.
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Valley.swamp Oazeue thinks, ."Polk account and that without interest and "" : .
then we know we will get/ the balance : : '
vrould.doubtles be willing ;
county w ; :
t of cash alter the old account In ; .
+ par her 'bare la the construction oft your. -: : : %
'' paid up.Farmer'Ilello
the bridge across the a. H .
t swamp .
would gin an outlet north to tbe people '. Mr,' Roebuck.. : '

aootberllbk of that county In the, chain and would of good bet Hullo'armer-l thought.central bad, cut Hammbfcks > 4? '

' -.rpads and will that eventually U gradually extend.befog from forged Jacksonville : us been off.dealing Say with Mr.you lUwbucU for a long, 1 have time ; . ..> .. GRAVES . ; ,:. .

to Tampa.; In view of the' and while one box of pl-uubs .tsa'
fact that a wood: road from KUilmmee wormy and. we could not eat them and
+o' '
to Orlando U now assured, and will our neighbors would nut have them Baseball
and oiio pair of shoes I bought you
built In short time- the '
"be a Lough
; 1 had to Hell for II l less than 1 paid : GoodsY1IARDWARf
man road would be a moat important COMPANY.
lor theiuxjn account of not Utttng. J
4 link a* Polk county would doubtles
the home merchant to
did not want
then take it tip and extend I It from
Lakeland. know what I was buying of you or 1
Thenthe
Lougbman to '
of ad f.oit Santo d should have tried to- trade .them for .
question Rood io -
.-. to Tampa at leant would' be practically another pair. However 1 overlooked BaBy Carriages "
In of the ( -
i those things. view ore.1follla'
ettled. Thui, one by one the link .
ciU tu builda
our l6 en are 1t'blnar
will Iw constructed until a> chain ol "
nuw-ctiDTCtl and are a little behind '
rood road. extend from lllchmond,
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1' 1 .
Savanna1atd on the pastor's salary thought -
Va. through : JacksOn111.toT.mpa.ThnesUnion '
would ask how much would
Short you you -
+ give toward the building and the sal '

.Orlando and Orange county windfall ary. BIG LINE
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''in with this. good Idea of (good road AD.wer-We cannot give anything . .. '
'from Jacksonville to Tampa quite a* we. have, our' own churches and .
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tiat& readily. This county already baa a other Improvements to keep up in '
good road from.. San ord to a point Chicago: and further, the c .I&IIDIi of '
1 several miles south of Orlando and each county should keep up iu own Harness and Saddles : .

1 the good work in continually going improvements. Why do you nub go .. >
on. We put all of our county convicts LO jour own merchants for donations ,
to work on our own roadsand. lor local matters? '- .
' have something to show for It, besides =Fac'wer-Ye., but we have been .
r tiling the convicts humanely. spending our money with you. -
t Now If Duval county will wake. up Mr. Roebuck-Ob, I see.Cell..ral :y..
yt to the civilized Idea of doing likewise Girl'' Your'tlmeis up. And .. ,- .1'
:with her convicts and; place them under she outs off connections.Fariner . ,j
1 + proper supervision on her. own --t sea now what. fool I 4" "" "" """"" T :;
J' county roads will go a long way to have been all this time buying of a 4 "
fl ward accomplishing: the result the firm that. cares nothing. for me or tbe c. A. CARSON; .n....... N. c. BRYAN, B.cr.tsry.'T $ ,
Timerijnionspeak.of. The ei am piItself community which I live but are. in\ I
of these two counties ouid be It. only for the blood money they van Xi E '
4P" something worth while, even though draw out of the country. And further j.lI
Duval roads may already, ta I 1 cannot see the !goods I buy until they

,, heavenly. If tbe Times-Union would have ray money, thereby getting: some Waters & Carson Grocery 11 1kI M
join In au effort to Improve tbe roads .things I do not waut but have to receive. i RUai
"of the state. and tWdisposltton of the .

i tate convicts as well, by working fora They build up Chicago, eh? Ho -Wkol.Ml* . change in the system so that a great help me J ,hn Rogers If 1 don't! .help R 1
w movement would be put into operation *t build up my own community. and I ,6R: I E S
I for continuous Mate road building by I/by my cash where I get my credit and
v the use of i be state convicts and thus with the merchants. who'buy my : pro
'do away with the nefarious system of duce and poultry. So if God will '
rn leasing them to masters' who see no faing forgive me for my past conduct t will i
In It but the dollar, at any cost to do bnslness at. home, see what I buy __ L. __ ". ._ COUNTY AOBNTS FOR = j I'.
the .victim then the people of the state before hand and buy what -want.... .. I .
'' would rJ.e} 'up and call that paperblessed. Good bye my. honey Kgood bye. HAY Celebrated Fertili ers'l! CItATES j. i al.wule.e./C. vrssltwtrtiilaipllat r
The Times-Union can doa A FARMER.Aaoient J :
this as no other paper In Florida can GRAIN .' E. Tee'/

-.and It Is the opportunity of'its. ) life.IteporteiStar. .,..> Rome" I .. ...J. '" _..'"' .i.'f'r.: '. Cireatare. aed Prlct ?- ),,;; .y, .... ., .. . i Ltd w 1 j

) ., ....: .; :; III now merely.ft memory of the past. .:-. ''''.vJiMiV\I : prrlsa.d e. Application, t .,1 j.- ,,.-.,, ,?.ri' -;'7" '"" t } S -S
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"\ I. 3allard's Snow Llolinent Is the (amply .: //-r'\" "0 & ',-\i'c'M ." j. ; .- .-.lu.v''i' I".. .. .. '" \",- l < /
Hon'I.. W. Watson for Next Governor. liniment. of Ibe twentieth cen.t.ury. +:_ f tm f t H i' ( I t yur.sr
A positive cure for Rheumatism I"I"i' Ir r.

dM -. ., ., Burns Cu.... Sprains, Neuralgia HIDES FURS "WOOJ 1 GI !I
""t Speaking oTtKe .stroojr possibility etc., Mr. C. H. Hunyon, Stanberry" I //y :'I'y
tfo. wrles: VI have used now i NlV 1 7
ot Uon. J. W Watson, recently norolnated -

c. county, as being* Itepresentitlve: made Speaker from. of Dade.the I ointment p aln. "I can't for Rheumatism say enough and In all Its Produce a. oQLa.1ty. f' i nos. t rv .\

tih next House of Hepreaeot.. t.lYee,one of : >ralee. Sold by Uuber"on Pbarmacy i =:::: = )flir'\
VbvN N K
: his staunch friends le.terda1laid top In '
Son follow not the 100''" .tep. ofthe .a
Tbe Tropical Sun: Uow about Watson loafer and make --- ,
no example .of -- -;-- : ..
l ? for.Goversor? i'The 'him who was born tired, for \"erll', Isay ATLAI'fTiCCSTLIN : I .
:' .newspaper,i representative' ; 01 unto his business I. overstocked ( 'I J :
"!4 course, -could not sat 'anythioir. else the seats nn the 'corner are e 11f
THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. ) hut
ter W than bu ?'J\I.t the' thing. all taken; and the whittling places are m4V Mi.5a

In fact who' could say anything all oocupl d. It Is better. to.saw woodat rloeyIlia
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s &If.In.lucb. a proposition. two bits a cord than to whittle.. at a "1- _
+. Mr. Watson bone of tberoraloif. whittling match and abuse the govern 'QQNNECT'ONe. rt e. /
statesmen of Florida and while ItI, ment. Son, while thou hast In *4
,4/ thy To-- 4a :
Over its Rails to
doubtful If he the of bird own Savannah Charleston, EDI1t
; has ever'thought of skull sence a jay breakaway : East
.ka such ft thing as being Governor of from the otgaretta. habit for lo, the'. Richmond and Washington thence Via FJenn- rte fit tor to n..r :
Florida the fact remains that no better by breath stlnketh like a glue factory, ALL RAIL sylvania Railway. t
i ti S timber could be found in the State;' and thtt mind is less Intelllgentthan a' -
t He ,is a successful business man of store dummy! Yea, thou art ft cipher 1'0 West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville 1 & Nashville CLAUDE L'EKGLE A. K. TAYLOR :ii

S' honest and clean methods,)' and his wltb the rim knocked off.-Robert-. the and "Dixie Flyer Rottfe" Via Atlanta. Etfter CartaenlJt
.r past political affiliations which a period of many years;, have,' placed To East Via Savannah: & Ocean Steamship' Norfolk AN UJISTrUTCD WEEKLY WITH A"WILL OF ITS OWN
'k him in a position above reproach. r Mr. Will PreVatt. a younger brotherf New York, Philadelphia and lioston via "'
'; AH the Tropical Sun has to Say for > the'late. /. T.rtYevatt.., while riding the. Steamer New York, Washington and 'Haltlmore. Brimful of Good Things-Bristling With! Catchy,Cartoons
1 the present, in connection with the through the woods near Mlm. on / via Savannah: and Merchant and Miners Transportation 1

\ proposion| is that should he enter horseback a few days ago,' startedto Via Steamship. Co., for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Maybe you want to know what's BO? Perhaps you would
two year hence, he will be sure to cross a stream Of water but be had .
Key West andHavana. ( like to BUG' things as they ? Perchance the truth'
r carry a strong followl ,.Tropical not gone far when be saw a large alligator [ Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship" are
,8un.- coming for him and only about I Company. well told and cleverly pictured aptxtula to you? Per-

I ten feet away. He at once reached in adventure 'you have longed for a PUJHT that will print
kf A .Boy's .Essay Girls. I his saddlebags 'his\revolver, : but. Routrfof the celebrated trains New Ynrk Florld'*-tlp /)Floryda and Weil. In l la i
on "Mr. Oater'? was too quick for\ him, United Chicago A Florida Limited..and Dixie: Flyer- everything that should be printed! ?

."!(llrls !. sisters 'o'f boys and has long for before belcould think: the monster
hire,,wares dresses .n' powder lust came at. the. horse and fastened his Quickest Schedules, Superior Service. THAT'S THE SUNA

girl was called Cbrl. a.Eye thoughnever massive'jaws upon its shoulder! and For Information Mtoratei, schedules,ete coninllth* Purple Foldrr,or rommnnlruw wfti
% I could tell wby. Most every as the horse made. jump backwardsfor 1. O.JCI KLAND. Division? Pmi>enter' A(ten I.' Tamn. lI1a. Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without an,.
>i family has one girl and ''some' ol 'em his protection the alligator took W. .. CRAIO. fuMnnr Tr..itto lIIan..... wllmlnrtnn f; .
that is in hard look has two or1' three., the flesh with him. Mr. Prevatt succeeded - ., .. ., Boss. A Paper Without a Financier. *
1 We have agIrl in .ourn who Is my ll In killing his 'gatorshIn beforebe -
: slits'.. Girls can grow older ,and get left the EastCoastAdvocate. '

j five younger.for three My,year sister and has some been(day twenty we Tb rO'.A... Few W. B: MAKINSON COMPANY I THAT'S THE SON" ,

,may be twins. Girls play the planner ''people"who know how ,to take care -. It t Ii Sanitary, Clean and Wholesome. It (Is Tropical Bright and..,;
and talke about each other. Fat girls; of themselves. -the majority do not AGENTS FOR .
n ,'want to be thin and thin girls want to The liver Is a moat Important organ Fascinating. It Is Virile Live and Enterprising. 'j'
be fat and all of,'em want -'marry in tbe body. Ilerbtoe will keep It |111 Florida Fertilizer MannfacturiQg; Company
{. doodi.. Why !the Lord 'made girls condition.' V. C.- Slropklns Alba. .
nobody noes, but I think it were togo Texas," writes: "I have used Her- BETTER I GET THE'SUN
to. church and eat ice. cream .There bine for Chills and ,Fever and Odd It OP.GAINKSVILLB.. : :
tFl l la three kinds of girls .brunoet the best medicine 1
girls, ever uied I Most of-
neighbors do. Get their
'Nis blood f\r\\ \ and them that has money, would not .be< without .it; h Ja yas Makers High. Grade Fertilizers your opinion on it.'r
Girls are afraid of mice and bugs. good, for children as It. Is for grownup Then writ* right away to ;
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if" which makes it fun to put; em down people and recommend It. h, js ,of All Kinds. THE
{ di I .their. baolcn.-Ooley Time., One for La Grippe."-Sold by Rober.son. SUN, Jacksonville, Florida. :
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y DOe'tlln.rgtt'vf eel' .. .Ordlfgc, .Tree Fertilizers a ..Specialty.Always Incloee a* the notion Strikes you--say .f
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Representative Clark comes unex.pectedly $2.00 for One Year $1.00 for ; '
six months
b.'wben jon'cinfleure r with B.1lard's Into the Everglade/ drainage Remember. the Fall Name: :. .
'eoug 'It with issue and in ft way that will command _. 1 r 60"cents for three months. ;::1
horehound Hyrup: a sure cure general approval lIe has Introduced '
for\\ Coa hyproncbilU.. . Inflaensar a bill In Congress' a.ppropriatet3- '.ADd' 'n'ee 4o it that :you'll never retrre L. TVe'lfglv( ."J

J :Crejip end Pulmonary Dlee.. ...., 000,000 from what Is known as tbe,.reclamation L laxative Quinine; yon the biggest run for your money that mono.,ewr' t{
".Bar & bottle *nd try II. : funds to >b.-,Deed to. drain Oh !I'' yssrwo'll stnd'samplt. .copies. ''1
y t ,&.'B.// Laughter Dyballa MI..:., tb< toirrltu,:.I'*1.. bave..two'children wh the title .these lands .t ,
to > U no longer
.' t:. .'bad roup., but.*.'J I tried"many'must aay yourHor'dlfferenireoedlea ..( may vested defeat in the Mr.,"Clark's General'efforts,Government to secure .c OTM'*CoW in One,Day,.Grip in Two.i. .',: i :'j"*"a

\ry:' tetu 4 Byron laths. _beat' Creep the appropriation 'but at l least -
JEZS......101- ever 'uaed.'VBeU there U no harm la try ing-L4vs''Oak S : : 3.e5

$ ..: .,< ,, 'lJW'ton's. Pharmacy.' . Democrat. : : ', ; HlJl; -T" ..J . . .. :-.' '. t..., a. : ,.. I 4, _Job ,Work Neatly and ',Promptly;, Executed !;at, Ibis':Offic
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,.The KissIinmo .Valhu.J G8l6ttI .Dry-Good, *;at Dann'. ....,:; ....... . ,Truaka a udrialioa.s Ta' ...'..' :..fti. a......."..,.-, hats-eA. ''Dan.. .. 7T '. : ., f : -

: ,1 Lace_collars at, Kanner fc,Co.: Going at ..D'o1ct"p. :It.r"-', ,bats Lade wb.lt; linen suits at'KaUs. 4

TKLKPHONKNO.1i; "Dorothy Dodd" ladle hoe MDana's. at Danq's. c New line of moulding* at Fountain's. !C. *. CARBON. JOAN M. L..: ": r A ia. CAMON.. '
the See adv. of the Isle I .worth NenarSea : ... ... ....
Pl1BUISHBD EVERY --aUDA.Y, ' New line of straw. 'hat ready for Inspect Pr..la.aa.Ylos . . ,* .r.
Goth, Fla.: ., in Btia"paper.if .
Kaui.
IOD at

d; w. .9., H aT Apt ,'"., Thompson's.\All kinds [Of .'picture moulding. .1.. you want to keep posted' on local,I .'All'kind of picture framed to older \- State Bat k "of,' Klssimmee.Klssimmeer .
.n" read
and. general. new, ihe.Gazette, 'a. '. '
at Thompson
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Official waatb.r Report. Arcsafa Mr L. O. Conic(in .returned, from Lieus.-Col. W. E. Cadman spent the 'I, Fla., .
Is ,
Mr O" A. Beach preparing to
A...... Tlaraaeaa-wen tsar. Tuesday day la Orlando business, jesterdavMrs' ---
a rsealr.v .......... ju" .. 14l..,. A few -very handsome.''pictures'can .' build a nice residence at Ashton. ... . '
; B. H. Guv ha gone to Dad ., PAIDLP, CAPITAL. .... .H..I. *0,0000HTOCKOtDB
be purchased at cu.t-rom the Klsslm- There will be a moving picture Exhibition
City to spend a week with relaytlve Ml OOO OOBPOSITOVS
sew UAKILITT..v"'
VaL I'.ttr mee Drug Co. at the Ooera House this even-
!file., SALISFlne *., ,to*. 98CDRITY..,... .....M.... too GOO OOProaipt
FOR grapefruit seedling '
A line of silverware suitable -
Frida' ,..:,.. 11II 'naturd.lr" .I 1 ( *. Apply to.F 1L, Lawson,. Klslimmee for wedding pretty and. birthday. gift. aiKatt's. Phone.your'wants, we do. the run aad Carefdl Attentlom gtver to all 'Matter' as. n
... III '71e.nday Fla. DtD'
..., ;...,.v. 'Ifl Datna trttated .to.. .., Bxchasige vood at all polata at"c bee.peat
$1 t COMPANY.The '
Monday ..I...... 7i nTu.R" Grade Hereford heifers, 1 to<< 4 yearsold XZSSIMMRIS rat... _
..r.......... 114 VI ..11II"ed."a' DeFun- Remember the entertainment at the BU I..b5'"SOLi. CTBD.
"' ... .. 110 ''ft .... elf to $25. F. E. Plank' . Auditorium next' Friday ,evening brick work: on the new .Stan' YOUR ; .
rbn....".. ....... 110 71 gain oak, Spring, Fla. June 2l. ( ford. Carson Graves, building has
4 J Lot ot'Method Ut preach r* In'town been completed, and tte
horse-racingdancing '
'" J. A. H1MPBON, t. M.. this week and the fry inc chicken have and, 'picnic, with is are now put.tiDllln the carPf'nt.er'l -I.l'
a general Jolllflcatt being;<
J rate for insei'tlon of advertisements been having a hard time.. beld at A..J. :Marsh, near NarCbossee! Mr. and Mr. O. A%. Beach (if Ash \ -

Our among the reading matter onthis Mrs. G. H. 'M rrllo';, Miss Corneliaand today( ton spent the day. In t.ow.aboPPIDIl VVVVVVVVVVVVV ,
line In. Master. George spent\ a day or so tester day. Mrs Beach'egtiects to V fV iVV
cents each
I I. ten
1 page per Mra. O. T. Sing letary. of Campbell
il In Orlando with Mr. Morrison: last. I."ela a few day. to spend the numroe -
sertion. week: visited her parents here this week returning "at ber old home In South Caro
home Wednesday. > I 'OSCE'O.LA 4
line' C3: .
The old Jim Yalta place belonging .
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'Try the new 'barber shop Everything .. .
STOLEN dog .
to.W. 8. iiarwell iras ,old this week! STRAYED or .

THE L( tAL FIELD through.. the M.. Tiller agency. to R. 'E.Willi. ,newand' clean. ,,,,,,wel.up-to-date.,-. flrst-olase! Sharprecurs ser ears white black intermingled and t..n.with tan face black. answer specks ', PHARMACY. t
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vice. to name'of Frank. Reward for In- THE' LEADING DRUG STORE y;

Mr. Henry Bass left for Fort Myers 1 Mr. A. E: Bearden and son: Albert, formatlon.that will lead to 'recovery. "
1, jpOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Monday, where be has accepted-a went down to Fort Meade Wednesday Missing: since June th.
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position with Evan & Co.,' hardware' afternoon. to look after Mr. Bearden1* T. W.;ELLIS -

: Wade, tbe Tuner, Orlando.. tf dealer: ; fine grove near that'place.Mri We find we were. in error in ourstatement PONT fOR6iTUS,

Min Gussle Brack returned Saturday W. few weeks as to the '
Devoe : J. 'McCracken, the horsv a ago
Fewer gallons; wears longer; ,
N. where she
night from rcoo ee, held
man arrived yesterday from Nebras- cost of the reoentterm' of court ,
White Star L&uDdr7-CITY'BAKERY. bad been, "spending- *. week 'With ber I Ica. His carload .of, horses will be here and we gladly make the correction. j, "

mu .he., . bere tomorrow.. Instead of S3,600 as stated, the in '"of : :.
When need,
any
See our line of new ro cent shirts .a Col.) P.-A* Van Agnew left Monday entire cost of the term was. 1370.50, ; '
Misses Rachel ana' Marion lieakearrlvei -which the county 's share was V634 I thing in "the line ,
Katzs. business PhlladeNphla. Drug
for
night a trip to
tie may also go to New -York ) last. Saturday from Fernand 20.. Our first Information! was obtaln- ::8 '
I f a to spend the summer With their exUlfrom which considered -
a source we
Try a shave or haircut at the new before his return.WANTEDA "
barber shop. uncle, Mr; A.;.tj- ,Bearden. altogether reliable, but it appear

S yr good man to work Cashier. N.' B: Carson of the State that our Informant had! either been "
Great bargain In willow chairs at orange groves and care for place Bank of Klsslmmee, has been absent' mitlnforihed or bad 1(0J.teD".lomewbat. .8; fl\ Bottle or "flerbln&, fftEto everu Gustoawr

Thompson'.. good wage with free house and fuel. several days this week attending theBanker' mixed In, hi* ,figure... . .j.
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nf-f Address this paoer. Conveption In Atlanta.All .

; Smoke Key West Havana, the best The Shaker colony are putting tn a 'Conference.
LJ who feel aa interest In the High The; District
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60 Cigar on the lfi rlret: new 16 horse' marine boiler,
: with which to run power their.sawmill, syrup. School should attend the entertainment The Orlando' 'District Conference,' ..;.,ael.6r,5.r6.i6.r.sr __ ia. a4t,6.t6.-rteaa/k.5,;.a.J6I. "
at the Auditorium next Friday
tOOO worth of crockery for sale ..tCOlt.
; O.Udw.. Co. mill ..o -other machinery evening and help swell.the piano fund. which has been In session! here this
.. S. C. ,
Capt. J. W.. Collier returned to his Misses Nellie week, closed: last night, after a very. Sunny South: Stables j a
Mr Barnes and and 3
Interesting meeting of i.hrea dayj JI.-J
Supt. W. .. Sear Halted Orlando naval stores business near 'Sarasota ?
on business Wednesday.Mr. Monday night, after. spending a fewday Tootsle Wallace left yesterday for Presiding Elder J. W. Bigham wa J
here with his family New Smyrna to spend a few week., Ib charge of the Conference aid there :
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Tully Carr of Fort Ogden spenta after which they will go to ValdostaGa. was a full attendance of delegates from LIYERY
few day in town this week. Capt. Conrad Menge made aUlp.'to for the summer. the district.\ i '
Klsslmmee last week:, returning home The from the different FEED, i '
Among the familiar faces in town vreports f-
i Mr. Reginald Cadman, of Narcoossee on Saturday accompanied by his wife '
churches througboutthe'district were <<
this week attending the district .
spent the day In town Monday. and babies, and Mrs. Sharids.:Ft.. ference we: note liev. J. L. Moon Rev.con verYllrat.lfylnlr. and showed the M. ,;;; I')' arid'SALE ..1' : ti ;

*"- Mr. Benedict; a large pineapplegrower Myers Press. J. W Austin Rev. W. H. Steinmeyer. E. church In this section of Florida to' .: : i" ;'
of Orlando, was here T e.d..y. The steamer Success 'Is now makingtwotrips and Mr. C. K. Earnest. be ID a healthy and growing condit. ,
week between Lake Okeocho- ion. ,,,,' STABLE '
' Nice line of. picture moulding and bee and this place l bringing about LOST-Somewhere .around my shop Suitable resolution were passed by t \, : .;;t

mats Just arrived. "J. W. Thompson. 10,000\ pounds of flsh at load..-Ft. last Saturday::: gold watch, bunting the conference thanking the people of r t
case with Elgin movementswlrd engraved Ktsstmroee for the many.-courtesiesbown .IflGRAM & 'GILBE RT. PROPRiEToNs i : \1
Press. ;
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, The City Bakery |I. agent for the Myers : 4.
: on back( Liberal reward II the delegate. durlog'thelr its'. ;
White Star Laundry-the beet in the. 'The high school faculty has three returned_ E. P. '{,ANN. ,

q State. vacancies, viI: Miss Maggie Stetson. The Atlantic Coast Line' 1* advertising'a Has Stood the Test 25 Yeses ... BROADWAY; OPPOSITE?: P.OSTOFFICE;; u. :' ", I
who Jacksonville, Miss Ella
'Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon left goes cheap excursion, to Tampa'
for Dayton Tenn. to spend Qeeaon, who has accepted work eUewhent The old, original Grove' Tasteless "' II Kissiramee I.
esterday ,. tram places along its -line, tickets toM I Phono 102. ,
the and Miss Esther Legette, who Chill Ton'lc. You know what you are : ,
summer., cold June
is repor'/ed to have decided w change next Monday, 18th good taking. It Is iron and quinine in a. I / ,
Mr. & B. GllletC.;'head of the Shaker till June 31st. The roundtrip rate Kinds Haultig. Florida '1
her name for the benefit of some for asteles.form; No cure no pave COo. .
colony' went up to' Orlnndo on business tunate young man.-Punta Gorda from KUsimmee 1200. CI: 4

Wednesday. tierald. wIn ...- Mr. C. U. Wilson is now in charge .,,. __' _F'v"Yr'IR *YIl''ii" ''0'tlr'! ?iF"Y'1F'Yv'Yr'0{
,
; Watermelons, ';eacbee. pineapple. bur account of the PaulktGard- a. manager of E. -P.. DannV black. School Picnic: ; __ __ .' ,____ I'
I and canteloupe hare been plentiful omltded Smith shop and wagon work, ,Mr. '
ner wedding last week we to Miss MaymeC., Bowman tbepipuar -
in the I local market. this week. mention one of the prettiest incidentsof Dana having accepted the position of teacher of the Southport school, Has Stood The Test 25 Years:
I 4.p; pt. of the electric light plant, which .
+ If you have any laundry to 'lend the occasion. A* the bride enteredthe will. require his constant attention. gave her pupil a plonlo last Friday, .
{ away, and waot.lt "done UD" in good church she was preoeeded"by her I the.. closing day of the school. .
shape, phone the City Bakery. .pretty little niece Ethel Hobineon "1 Tax Assessor I.;W.. C. Parker, of Those who attended report a most
) who acted as Bower girl,' and strewed 'Grange county, died suddenly 'at- hi* enjoyable day In the morning appropriate ,Grc>ve!$ '
Every 25 cent spent In cash or paid roses along the pathway of the bride, home in Orlaudo last Sunday, night exorcise by the, pupils were ,
pn your account at Kits' ent.ltlel1oU from toe door 0' the ehf'eb the ''altar.Dr.'and . VI r. Parker was a splendid otUolal held: and the dinner was All thatoould
( 'to a chance on on* ot''' those. beautiful '' and'was re-elected at'"the, recent. primary be desired., '
J.'Hicks'and
hat racks.. G. M. Pearce Mrs.left M.on the noon train Mr- 'without opposition.Mr. '. Miss Bowman 1* very popular with Tasteless Chill" T;;i\ic Y

New barber shop at 'Patrick's old Sunday for Atlanta, where Mr. Pearce : .and Mr. d. E- Franklin: and I the patron of ber school, all of whom

stand.. Service by a tpnsorial artist will undergo an operation for a'' serlus little daughter left'yesterday for 'Cllnon hope she will return next term. .
conversant with' all the latest fads, in } intestinal trouble, with which he S. C., to spend some time wlrhrelative No-Cure-No-Fay. 5O bleats %
bar ber Ing. has suffered for some time. Dr. and and friends. Clinton Is" the ; .. '
Mrs. Hicks while In Atlanta, will be old borne of both Mr. 'and'" Mr.. Paving The Streets.. LT'
Dr., F. Mlddlebrooks attended the the of ,their son-in-law and Franklin and- will doubtless ", '
meeting of the State Pharmaceutical daughter guest M and Mrs. J, M. Wood, a Cordial, they. ':receive Capt.. A.,F. Bell with' 't.he "county Mr RIVERS! ,'lee U.:' L -' ,

"' Association. Orlando. ..Wednesday and expect .to be about. two welcome 0 road gang, machinery and mule began .***:, PbJ.l Cad argeoa i : .
away Now Is 1 the time to get'vour work this week and
andTburday weeks. photoa plowing up WITH KISDIMMKB.DRUO: COUrANY* iI.
of Orlando who f..ml1)'IrI'oupa made to<< order;; Sunday grading the street. preparatory to PHONBs-ort.c, ..;. 41 i.;:.osId..rsLs3:
Mils Shelly Smith The game of ba..bal'' between. the school groups, picnic groups, and will laving them with Bartow rock. The,.I. tnualca3l4.
has been spending some time with. bel'coudnl. Orlando and Kinuhninee nines, playedon make photos of anything [thatyou material ha already begun to arrive I .: "'- .. ..
' Miss Mabel Parker, returned 'the 'local diamond last Friday weal; Come and see! and learn my there being three. car-loads, or the 'WEEDON.B'KOIALIST :
DR. LESLEY.W.,
home Wednesday. kfl'ernoon resulted In another victory price.. Don't wall too long I mightbe rock here now, and the work of putting ; T1L u

i Dr. P. Phlllin, of .Orlando, .was for' Klsslmmeee by .-score of 11 to 7. gone. -T., H.. Mur it,down .will begin, tomorrow,
here Tuesday afternoon on business. It 1 I. said by some of the local fans, tlpLodg. :' '' _.'Y-/ .A". NOa. AND THBOAT.,
Frlendl Kj ot P.- Is' now
The doctor reports his oratge -*roves who bare been keeping tab for the 10 o.ollrlsblcllloooditloni.and .:, Make the Weak.Stroag.: Private Hospital American'' National
past seer..l'earl, that Orlando has !very Fla... :
all Bank Bid
in fine condition. lever won a game .froni Klsslmmee',' much interest Is being manifested b.v ,A run down condition of the nervous Tamps..

Notice is hereby given that. all my bough they have crossed bat. a number the member There was.qulte a full system thoroughly rendering defective -J. .
note and accounts will turned over of times, both here- and in that attendance on Wednesday',evening, the. energies of the mucus,gland and JJR W> SIMFSQNDENTlSTl
to tbe Bank. for collection after May city when there was work: In the second and venal and nerve structure, U: why so ,
t, 'to 10th. F. G. THOMASON M. D. third ranks. ,There were also three many people have various disease :
Dr. Wino has decided ''to" remainpel'm..neatlyln !pew application for membership. Haggard'. 8 peel Bo Tablets rectify all OfflMrover Oaceola Pbsrmaoy.OFFICE t"'II J(, ,be 'In Kiselmh+q ;8.boutJ:
Kanner & Co. of Klsstmmee and /
M. Klsslmmee. 'and will these deflctenole and assures good,
mention
r t'1, Pulatka, have purchased le large have his family to join him here aa We neglected. to last week buoyant' health.They are a'n absolute Hound .j {jjj;' II.6&..' JUNE ,"15 with another' load of" O 1
had ,, .
hat Mr. Robt. Bratton resigned . ,
-._ stock clothing and furnishings of soon .a* they can .arrange to make the. specific for Indigestion, Kidneyand Loo<< m. ..

ff "i... ( Jno. D. Edmondson-of Palatka. move. The doctor is 'at present roomIng his light position plant,' Bn1"t. Supt.bad been of the succeeded electric Bladder troubles Lost, Vitality 'Telephone. No.; 70 Jun 6. Irr. Horses:, 'This' Is the? best": load of
at Dr T-horuason's: residence and .
and all kindred disease
' Wood for Sale.-When want a b Mr. E. P. Dana who is in. They never '
you > eharge.
load of !good dry pine stove wood.'call .ill otlloe headquarters where are be at Roberon's Mr.y Dann is a thorough mechanic, all to<< benefit. Send for book of partioulars. p A. VANS AONEW//' Horses I have'ever shipped n oj!this}i ,
,,
Pharmacy, Iqtend Price box 60o. If
.
g up phone 74. Delivered anywhere in and his knowledge of machinery will I per your .f I

' 1 I town on .hort..Dot.lce, H. W. ron.oo. soon details to and fit up suited an office for Office complete work in fend all prove 'of. great benefit to .the. city 10..1 druggist be sent cannot, supply receipt you they of price.will -.1 I'AND I } ATJLAw...,.... j.1'l place., .... They.. ,. will be fat, .smooth. r; ', ,'

tt' ) Mr, R. (I. Alderman and son De. minor surgical operations. 1114 pro' conducting the plant.On'Wednesdav Address, laggard Specific- Co., .Atlanta ,,'.NOTAaY' PUBLIC::, | and well broken and I Will sell, afc.' 1' ,,1\\

r, Wilson, of tlnger, spent several essional card appears'eleewhere.The June 13th County ,' Oa.: KISSIMM ,E. FLA.HARAUS' rf '
days bere last week the latter taking W. R celebrated the '
street committee of the city fudge Johnston r reasonable prJcesv. Everybody y.
' ,'" the examination for teachers. In which council have' let the contract' Mr. dual anniversary of his birth and . ', SANATORIUM.

\ F" he succeeded in securing a first .grade Vault Bass for a brick culvert' cross the marriage. On that day the.judge walilytwo >OOOOQpOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt come and- "see them, A-_, w 1'r
4c certifoatets old and. bad been martied OR. H L. HARRIS..
{ i:;. bill nitchon church street near the years -
.:', ,; The Okeechobee Fish and Fur Co., high school building. They have al., just thirty-nine :year*., halnllbeen --TII&Kissimmee SURGERY. AND OBNBRAL MlBDICItfHS.OAo :: .. W ,,IJ'. McCRACKEN. ;
.
*. married on hi* birthday. We tip our e Bovrm.to J,4 to 1.1.iDR. '
. moved their fishermen boat apd net 40 contracted with Mr. W. Bass "
Lake Klsslmmee wooden culvert has to his bonor-'and wish him 'many Co. O. D. CHRIST, .
" from Lake Okeechobee to for a on the same Drug .-)0' . --f
d( this\ week and will Bsh In t.baOb' ditch alongside >1 akin son's store more bappy celebration of Lhede two -. BYH. BAR NSW AND THROAT '
lake during tbe remainder of the summer Both these places have been In a dangerous important event ; Office BOOM,.:M)to|1.1 to t- L- 'o p fI 1f. ,

c bringing their fish to Klasiminee condition '''1'' some lime and An entertainment, by, local'' talent ORLANDO. PLO IOA.W. .' will brine te_'.Mrrr "--0 "" IF u' '.J'
for lpweDt.. the Improvement will meet with the will be given at the auditorium next Has now passed ir\io\ entirely trmUd CatakwiM of tte mart.-IdJF.... ;ir
eao
e learty approval of the taxpayers Friday evening June 22nd for the
and family '.
}c Mr Radclyffe Cad ttran '
',I', of Jacksonville have been unending Mr. T.'W. EBb purchased, ,fot hislaughter. benefit of the school piano-fund. The new 'hands, a 'd'"If' Young's ,Female College

M1t'. several day at N Mr.Cadman'a . Miss Ruby this week the entertainment will 1 consist of music, I* wlrar. '
and ;:
MrCrdmwith nstrumental and TBOUA VILIJC. OA.
vocal reading '
:
parents/ : left handsomest! piano ever sold In Kl -, Clean, Honest and Pro-

I. on Monday for Jasper, FI....., to assist slmmee. It is a, style 'F. Ifranlch k ecitstlona.and should' The.be cause well II 1 patronized a> worthyone . e, ., .'. .. 131r1..tCurrteulum.'rtfta.,. SMcUulty .. fat'r... 4,
,*, in installing a new electrlo light Bach wlt.h. beautiful Clrcanlan walnut fi essi ve Methods appeal'to .Y.lrOIr.A.K .-9-0IllOK..' Bn.d Dmr.Md OrtlAnM eou-_ '
l plant, while his family will remain for case, the price being $050.00.' The and aside from this the entertainment lie and ExpraMlon. N.w BullFuraUlMd. .... N.wir',, ,
'If'
will ba well worth the price of admixSion. .8_ UMt. BlMtrlc Ltelura. .. ,
1 i ,iBome time at Narcoossee.LOST ,purchase was made of Messrs. Hesse .. the tradin ';public, we .. .. .. .? .... .........-.Pool!.BowUn* .,tT4.i..t
,'' STOLEN- aDd Smith; who are here representing -- -. rYwur.. : MIUM M4 gbydw Cuf/-Dtnet t-I.B ... , ,
,STRAYED or. -. ......... ''
the Ludden Campbell Smith Co., 01Jackonvllle One of our citizens who occasionally --- ,
J. ; Dark bay mare with small white spot one of the oldestand wipe the dishes f'r. his wife be are confident. that wev .. BEST CHRISTIAN<< son Iatttati laa: : ;, '
of' back<< .
'd tn forehead sore on right most reliable! musical merchandise came tired of the jobfend" Ad'dre .I.\-'CHRi-"ti"TP; 'f .
i' refused say ; :, rt
where back of saddle strikes, ;
just : pare firms in the Stale. Mlas I I. "it ''will share of \ '
Ruby log that Is-oot a man work merit our : : : '
:
I wethers puffed" a little and small sore ustly croud of her new piano, which, Not feeling disposed to<< lose his 'help c :: . .7 7'S:
'on right we Iher. Ten dollars reward will doubtless add renewed in; she brought the Bible out to convince ZLVanD'uo&c.j' .f
energy .the patronage. j jsi Ice Cream and" Cold Soda, ::
B.
returned K. ,
\ it to Savage the development of her already well him of hi* error and read a* t4lows I ) ,.

Kissimmee Fla. iefloed musical ..alentyMr. from II Kings, Zl13; : "And will ,wipe I (I ,,
AT-OUINN'S
W. Thotnason moved hi.furniture' Jerusalem ''dish T -. ; <, ,
Mr. J. as a man wlpeth a '
.
,, and undertaking businessy I ilr*..Barnes Henry J.-Barnes this week complimented by sending wiping it aAd turning Itupsid.down.1It .JA .i1 .JA .t! .ie .fin Jf- ,' 'I:;] 'B'REAL b JSlit, FtS, Where'CaD i get. my tauodry lODe ?r.

this week 'Into the Butler building, home a beautiful new piano which he is needless to say 'that. he,'II doing; I ._ : Why, leave I It with ,,Oulnn Edmon-* l '
r which he purchased some time ago! purchased from Mess,. Hesse and its occasional stunt. . ?. '.. ,. POD Monday: ar d',Tue' ay.' "He. will.* '

tg4 and baa been repaperlng, putting, in anew Smith, who are here representingahe ..OSaturday'Iast a* Mr. W, R.ntyra I Me- We expect to carry erery : ESTATE return it in first-class shape.. j; ? :. .
?4 front and otherwise changing to udden, Campbell Smith Co.:; of and Miss AlexLna Hardy were -.1\'. :>' '
1 suit the noeds "ofbis '' business He acksonville. The piano purchased le&vloll'Lbe former to<< talc up bla thingin\ .our:lino that_ ''I AND INSURANCE Alsoelesoingprouing.'snAdyeluR ,,,

A; G now ba very banduoineand", corn- by Mr.' Barns Is a style 15, Kimball, abode In Savannah and the latter for ; ., ,olothk_atjlvipg price, ;'' ,
,, mod lou store.--. Raleigh. the, trade demands, and : : --- -k- r I .
1 .
; ; with a handsomedomestic walnut case her home In N.42., a .party. ; .
t Miss Llllle' F. D.rth.; who 'b** colt.IDI't50.00.'and la the some kind of their friend 8'lLtheredhe' train r ulan E4n>ononl'agD1i'l' >*.. .,
k, 1 been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chan. of In..t.ramentwMob. took Jirstaward to b4 them !good-bye. ,The train roll I we' are-ready' to ''Serve I ;l; r Tampa Steam Laundry. r,,LeiiW a''

r Farnsworth at .Loughman name up ,over all competitor at the State. Fair .d la, farewell w re exchanged aol I . IJ.'k'> \YJUSci: Jack .Olmon' shop fee*,afeitFo] *. t tJ ,
$, i. ),Monday accompanied by Mr.: Faro. held la Tampa last fall Mr H... the bappy cou- or young, gentleman. ;you'daytbr; night., ::1I , JttaNOTARYU'UiLIC W;." bosseption'.Wre- .> .. .. L 1_ e', .
worth and little son Francis and .ay* this 1* the most popular 'piano anti young lady! boarded tbe-'tralv. ... 11a .;:1' J.1Ifii.! \ ) a'" '
' !'pent *. few 'day, here, 'with friends} old by bis company,' and that they amid. shower of Hoe, from' their : :Flonrnoy Middlebrooks, I -. .Ih l.t
leaving ".n Tburaday with Mr. and..Mrs. have placed more of'this style of In- friends, which we presume was Intend I ,': I -I &r4T.'Ar'L4"0a",; ;.Vptoait.Job af

r. I Li. ja. Cabooa for her new i home "meDt.a.J the, ,.borne, :of,;.:Florida ed', to coo. ver 'the'wl.b'that' they JLUl4.9 Real Estatelllgent.ICISSIMMEE. promply done. -by the:' > : ...4,

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;\\7 'EYE AN ENTIRELY Dr, Price,; 'fafnous' Mood '
aE' 'WQ tJD'S'

,f 1 '' ?Br : I expert, has' produced a. product; ,
,"' ...1 President Roosevelt Win
1L called .,
.lI'l., ern mint Ownership of
'
Bituminous 'Coal .
"> $f '
- I ,' rl A .S.f. Crop. proposes raiting .drniislits, earrings i .- ?, -< ;

I'r .1 1":1\:\:' Sweet corn" i 1,11 one ot tile, nfe cups horte or rnadtter And sucli' mares :A Washington special: D*. PRICE'SWHEAT
'f'} fur U*r farrcvr: -}pnr a largo tn.( should not'be matched haphazard but ment ownership of a ,
t' \Vhsn the ?:oi-n It ?high in pt1J.! It inn After pnrpfut" pxanih; yjon of the staLlion luminous 'coal lands Is I \
.: l.e told ata, prod prgflt Gut v-litMs, nsdiirlng And his breeding and some ot his { on,. President Roosevelt' FLAKE' CELERY- ,
'Ilia pj'pni-nf' \ season Kwert-roi'U colt. If possible Hut dx "not condemn ".
Is cheap and plenty, it It .still d pn.vlnd: ; a Ktalllon because be gett some poor In the very near: )
crop to tied to milch cowt. .\ Worcester colts until:! you examine their dams. Roosevelt will' Issue an 'FOODwhich
County 'Iultk farther eitlniOtcs As a ul f I{ the .'nille of> large sweet, corn rtt;, live trouble Is' with the mares, not the oral land Jaw '

cpntt a dozes( simply as a milk \>rolu'cer..Ma'ftotbu boric. ; although l. 'of course,:. there 'are million acres of coal l is considered ,to represent ,)l
( .etts, l'lyt gbmau. worthiest.stallions! of,nil .breeds.)' braced In the nation's >>
_ 'f 'r. -- This'' will be done for' the "highest food production. J IIts
MHUt fo' }"IR. Pradia.l. I'ooHry Paint.. preparing the for '
"
Jnpntirpe'I .ml't Is cxct-IIinit for sil- The critical period 1& the. forming of the text session way of c : healthful qualities are unsur- J
age, liuvlug 'II nearly solid stein, anti the feathers; ""JlldCW11I. for frequent cents *
1 fi t F t'rr ? 4 Gp 'yrr 'thus befog better adapted,, to'' keeping: feptJlJiiK.. and, when 'they Hare passed for a system'of-leasing' passed.. 10 a package. '
r ( + tlinn tnnny other fodder crept.; lt-vlll. that stage the chicks: became hardy. for future development, For sale_by all GrocerstfR'
produce twelve tons or more of green I Tho 'houses heed-not be more than remain' In the !

Si 1 fodder to the .ecrp. The' fldroutllgt eight feet square for each.family. and, after the'lD'Unner In MANUFACTURING PERFUMK. .]i i'lh.
. l ; over com Is that It stands
ft .somewhat better and may be ,?,! owu' I possible, It Is,*beet to bare change of. that country. ; Method of Extraction: Now In, t'
} Inter than corn./: Hoy kraii have tlienjvnntjitro a\.lle.3'8rdll. but if used, a less number :In taking this step In Germany. "I'
(:'a z : : over Dither! of.tin's crops; ) can be.Uept. to the acre. It the yards volt la looking forward Vogue ''froa- "'
- (J.i. E\i\ In pontaljilng protein, and ti'icon mined:: lire ke'pt' clean by an occasional spadIng -. In theuturuie, far VBce-Consul declares Puller that tbe'writing perfumery,,' :
Hanover,
'( with corn mnUe n'Imlmiccil'ciisllis: however green stuff may be sUre-when
t the
Ij of the a
1 :Industry In Germany Is one $
tr tr rYr
cutting Cown the jtr'nln;MIU, Dfut elsewhere mud thrown 'over to
tjius
gronj( v 'the east and of the \;
( the world a d'r
with the --uinount of land limited it tlu',in. This may consist- of cabbage; ed moat Important. In .
or practically so, !It England.. '
rivals of France or
'that \
.c (i might be better to plant nil corn anti rus.. turnip toP, kl1le'Ilstnrl1 that the existing in, ,,
blgjwsnt (
supply tn.ctorle..re
I Some of the
buy '''the ci-nlii, since/ 110 crop gh'e."r the hands of the Carlsruhe, and
built of cattle food! for the tho Leipslc, but Berlin
great n .- must not be neglected or ,fI
( labor nnd expense required\ a* corn.Dostou ( .- meals. given Irregularly.' Core must .Attorney General hamburg are important centres ot "
( ) Cultivator. be observed not to feed too much, dsovorfat making. an Investigation :,be.I rade. '1 here has been a vast lacfenfa -

) -- fowls will lay few eggs,, nnd to see Just how far the in the last few years ,In, the
f A rA'1'' .r tllver.pa.gt.d Jr.mb"rl. such will not batch. empowered to go In c'.li-Piglty of .essential oils produced
eggs '
program without froji plants, and forty 'VarleU .' of N
A good; poultry manager It always action Ii,
(' rit nmoiiK/ his fowls and obscrres. every- It Is understood that his those plantsare, employed la G rmaQI
.
(: "q f ffJ O1VA thing. has particularly to do ..factories, which use as well such products Y.'

j I The large 'fowls -ishould be hatched posed to contain coil: of foreign lands at puuueg.f' ;\,
( f/J t::; in March If early pullets arc desiredfor fact hna not yet been cinnamon, camphor, bulsauin pepper'
!J- -'f4.: ., winter laying.: 'J'lils applies' tornhmas. surveys and I musk and ambergris.
\ Tbe production of the casentlal! oil \!,\u
Cochins and Plymouth
: s Iii bo no doubt of the .
t Hocks: If the manager Linda this 1m- lty to withdraw lands 1 I* expensive, ranging from about $2J7 <4
1, !>!*Ible he should ct once substitute a 'poutid downward, according: -to the y"
r 'f d HON. JAMES D l'CE. po tam n nilnerajl! and coal .j '
'I G. + ,, ; cooksof_, the Leghorn' breed, which, there Is 1 carqlty tf the oil in the, plant. Wit \
It, Distinguished/ British Authority on the American System of Go'el'l.-weut-Au.! crossed with large' lien", ,make coot:*, some doubt of fresh flowers the distillation') take t
C tbor of the American Commonwealth. marketable. clicks 'avd produce pullets apply the same process place as-nenrr.the-place ofjilcklng a* .f'
'or.. Most; f the lands to be the'frosier ths product ;
-. .. that mature early. -. possible, as
SHE WAS TOO POPULAR. SUPPORT COLLAR Cro'",ing purc-brrd cicks with common thls-nt piovement are the bettor The stills contain about \S ,
.IC jt < JTOCK. _._:..' '-- -.:'. "-- bcni Is cxccllwit but' "fancy poul- Wyoming, Idaho, 3,300 pounds of flowers and the nec ),,;
.. .
V Here Is a human story fresh from Womeunaturally object to stiff --One" ot.w the> ,most beautiful. --- as well ns I I I h') it not profitable to any but those Indian Territory essaryamount of water. Great care I'!!

,( Blam: AmdejngPhln.! .' a young and starched collars because they are un useful 'broods. of .fhlckens: ,-Farmers' I vlio untleretand thoroughly the nmtiiiK Mexico.. is taken as to the amount ot heat :,
'A fine singer wfio never.appeared In pulAjj comfortable. Unless they ore.starchcd home Journal.' I. and selection of the several breods. I supplied and to its regularity, the :.j;
He without attracting, considerable at- they will not stand up. and mutt be Unsanitary turroundlncs cause more I ADAMSON'S VIEW process being thoroughly controlled, ran
, V tentlon aba t pptause was shot dead recently supported in some manner. A device To Kill a Calf Horn.. I disease puny and unhealthy birds and excellent product! resulting. :rk
( In Ayuthla by a male' singer, designed especially %to support stock "A Reader." Dualop. Ohio: I vronUT general lots In the 'poultry yard, tha.n I Of enfranchisement In In the ''fat" process the Dowers are JJ\\
.ybl .flgoyT .. ii'" I. collars i II shown here, and can be used like to know what remedy tot; ute to nil other causes put togcflicr,-E. 1 KSmldt :. In Accepting carefully sorted and the chlorophyll A

I Imnr In. lieu of whalebones, wires nni\ the kill the borne on a calf In The'Cultivator. 'At Warm Springs. ( I glands broken. They are then-stirred lss:
like. A distinct advantage I*the fact At any time before the calf Is ten W. O. Adamson -was gently for some hours that they .may;. .;
that the dlstenders can be Quickly removed -'' F..d.o! j saturated with the l
I s 11 days fild the horn germ can be killed < Handy congress! for the sixth become thoroughly :
and the stock washed or otherwise by clipping off the hair from over thn Every stockman shoufd bare et least democrats of the fourth j lightly warmed tat with which the. :t;
cleaned. The body portion of this button then greasing with lard aroundit three teed lots, handy to the barns. flowers have been placed.' The fat,
i supporter Is made of two small tube then molltrillng'the end of n stick They will be found very convenient-" rlct. Resolutions and flower mixture It then separated,, j'
Joined In the centre by a cross piece. of caustic potash and gently rubbingIt for use, time about In feeding to .that his. record were' In centrifugal machines, tp that the fat
; : Fitting Into the top .and bottom of on the snot;> over the born button they can dry out in bad weather or tit am son's nomination: may be used again with fresh flower .. .1
these tubes are U-shaped; wires. Lav- until the skill begins to slip, ana the feed tu, one day for the next. 'la good and enthusiastic. Ills I till It is thoroughly saturated with
Mi ; Jobl done. The stick jiota'sh iniint weather it is often desirable to spreadthe ceptance -was received the perfume. Then a layer of cold fat. '

be kept wrapped In paper all except: teed on Saturday for Sunday. For tention and applause. I Is placed on glass plates and covered
? it dI the eud used; also kept cool and dry convenience' in separating or sorting After warmly I with flowers;; many ot these are I
aV1r ,! } or It will melt; I might add, while tills stock these lott*' can be especially uents for their continued i tacked together crates and left:, ,i

seems! like .a hunfnne way -to remove handy him, Judge Adamson Yitty'I I for thirty days, during which the.Ar,
the- horns It Is a very painful way. In dairy farming, say E. W. Jones atonal affairs, and then : I flower' are changed every day. rily 4yt ns It. causes a slow burning pain rorhobrs in, The, Epltoinlst, the cows have to be to home. On the After the thirty days the fat !I eutT
_' and, besides, animal that are lotted to be milked, and In many cases chlawient In Georgia, he ;.I! into string and placed on .wire-web':'*'
i ii thus dehorned In calf) hood arc Just as they are left In the Inclosure eves: "I trust that sudden frames, which are placed alternatelywith :

pugnacious! a* though they bad horns. night. In which case very rich lots are, por.n. relation to : :: i metal sheet covered with ; ,"
All there is of It is that they can't do soon the result. If several such Inclog People who lightly flower*, In a' press, where they".ate''t ..,
;.: the goring that they could with the urea are available one or more may be subjected to a. alight current, of air. ;, tIn
i, horns1' but they cando a lot.of buntIng cultivated/ the following year and fine both ehieement''may disturbing Injure > this way the'utmost 'amount'of/,'
races by
.-C..' D. ginead, V. S., In the :Tribune clopswlil be-grown year' after year 'perfume I II obtained, but the operation ',.
r' ; Farmer,. ' ill: 1 without the labor and' expense: :: tntlsfactory conditions for
t .,,, JU'] require'careful attention,
;: : '' I ,'__, "* ;' ':': : ',handling It, A'combination of this from ,the ,wisest solution there should be"no trace'of an barb,.
{" ',,1' J T6. '. ... Novo: 'V '11\\6' "i'$' sort It seems to me, would tolre the tion possible! ; ;'but. they ,
cent"
The noon' meal of horses should;be problem' of keeping up the fertility In real disfranchlsement Is The essential oils are packed 111" ,
tho most concentrated feed. Feed most and A herd In
: tobacco growing trucking. romphshed Georgia, round Iron containers, .which are coat-' ;'
: of) the grain then, and but little bay. of thirty cows here last year produced In which It has been and securely '''if
At'nlght gin tW most hay. It Is not enough manure for three or four acresduring And constitutionally. I ed with cine inside very
closed for liquIds only the best sort 1 x
for the horse to work hard with
easy the grazing: season.! The urineis
Support tho Of>lar.Ing lag possible for alleged of alcohol.1* used, and never that obtained
his stomach-stuffed with hay.An I
a very valuable element that is otherwise
'Ir serve their country with from potatoes or corn. For the
Illinois farmer'elvell his horsesa lost but is in this nay saved; '
at the extremities books which be to undertake the cheaper class scent the dilution Ui', :
dry bed by nailing two by fours on In hog feeding, this arrangement is. t
: carry; fastening buttons. After the the stall floor an inch apart. This of especial value, for they more tbl1l1- ing other southern Dt\e 'ma4e with vinegar and water, .:
___ holders 'haTe been extended t !it 'the gives the liquId| manure an opportunity any other animal need a chang, of Georgia's, policy at. a* It U cheap and the (cent lute.,* \ .
stock to be worn, the' buttons are to drain back.! The((roo\"es are kept feeding placet. Where the feeder -Is "The trainers of our long time.- .:, '

turned sufficiently; to' securely clamp clean by tie use,,of a strap iron hoe renting them they can he fed In an- knew that an I No man I* Interested in another '\ '
the collar In position. Obviously two made for the. purpose, which fits into other lot so that the stock bogs may all the money of all man's trouble*-unless he is a lawyer. .
or mOle of the dltteqders are required '
S1t, them clean up the remnants of the corn! feed, ". the disposal of the ?
to the collar and It
support prevent It is never a safe plan to drive an whldn often is not palatable to a full- go naked and lIve: on BUILDING FOOD

I--, 9'.g4ta' [ from creasing.-Philadelphia Itecord. animal with so loose a rclu that you fed bog. Then, too. several feeds I to school all the'' time To Bring the Babies Around "{;!
cannot! instantly command the altua- ahead may be put out In the different mensely multiply 'Votes ,
afro lito".. otvv.Plotnr of Lite. ttou It necessary. lots and the bogs turned to them a. people, while white When a human machine (or a '

i1 "All the world Is a small! garden enclosed The difficulty of disposing of common ; needed. i iI having large onel) goes:: wrong, nothing 11.0 f
by- a blgh wall. Within the en- grade of horses is as much in finding: I Feed4ots should be on well drained" ; energy, having to keep Important as the selection of food to s(
tit? closure run an outer walk borderedby buyers for thgm-as In getting respectable land with shade and running water It acres, clothe their bring It around -agnli:
flower ..garden From the walk prices. possible. The fencing should be the "My little baby bay fifteen mouth 'x

ti,. ...-- _. ". ."""" .. .- -. there graduates dawn the varying A stable blanket is very desirable best, suited'for 'either cattle: or hogs. debts and keep up their I old bad pneumonia, then came brain '.
\. stages of delight and misery untilat even: for a farm bone not at work in They should be connected by easy are compelled to allow' I fever and no sooner Imd :lie *got over i 4
.k jrbo was mad with jealousy- of her pop the centre"'bubbles the swamp .of de winter It conserves heat by preventing working gates. For cattle some ar- children to .work. these than be began to cut teeth, and--"

? ularity. At the time of,,,the crime she .spond. a too rapid radiation from the rangement for feeding in' the way of "These who are I being so weak, lit!' wits frequently; .f.
i was-on .the stage and three or four "It Is your wealthy man who travels body. It keeps the halr more glassy. troughs'or racks must be provided If our advantage in the thrown, -Into convulsions,'' lays a Cole:; I, '
_ 'hundred people formed : lIer audience. the outer walk with !Its flower gardens: aud, In'a Inrg.. measure, prevents soil- we- are to teed them out of doors ir tltm may be rado mother
As she wat about.to'begin.her; song .It Is your populace that make upthe lag the hind limbs while lying dow the winter.: Mr. Carnegie Is being II "I decided a. change might) help; io'
:wthe report,x>f a firearm was heard and problem of humanity who fight A wool or part wool blanket Is best. 1 vote $100,000,000 to took him to Kansas CRy for a visit: 'I.
9 to he"fell/shot through the heart Her and struggle for breath end life in tbe An experiment station says tba't the- "Mu,i1a Far ..1f.8..ek. gro by supporting and When we goi there he was' 10 very ,i

assassin wan caught Inner swamp. closer a draught horse Ito the ground, A simple yoke for a self-sucker t..... young negro in the weak when he would cry he would ),. x
"This' little garden symbolize the the better both for service and .en- will be found efficient ton be made of those southern states sink away and seemed like be would ,- '
Among the treasure or, the naps- whole dally history ef the world." durance. J 7 orclinnryrope halter for tbe head piece.A educational and die.. '
burgs In'the Ilofburg'at Vienna. 1* a Thns spoke Mrs. J. G..PheIps Stoke, If yon expect the best work from the light bar of iron is ttvlsted and bent "When! 1 reached my alater"1 horn '
4luml1'thlmble. engraved ."A. V.. W. sociologist and student of the poor, -a*" team, let them keep a steady gait and ala shown. Forward part of twisted she laid immediately that we must ';I'I '
1084. It was'tashloned'ot a diver she stood beside her millionaire our do not urge them into a forced or rapid end is attached to halter close 'to jaw. LOUISIANA .CAPITOL I feed him Grape-Nuts and, although I.r."i

coin< by some Ingenious Dutchman, who 'band la the Auditorium Annex: In CU1- gait,-Ilorte Breeder. One side: of fork passes on either side- bad never used the food, w-e got sotlA;! (;.

AI presented... It to his lady., love. cage recently. of cow over breast extending back Half of Historic" and for a few day gave him Just tbw r/'f|
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J..rp.. lh. Brood' Mar.. Was Juice of Grape-Nut and niUk. He cot,' -
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.I We think the great reason why so historic state stronger so quickly: we were soon feed jyr ?
_ QTJICKI RESPONSE. Alany ordinary horses are bred on the ing The In old Baton Rouge, tng.hlra\ .the, GrapelIt.te Jtself nnd :In.:..,",

farm comes from relying wholly upon night- a wonderfully short time be fattenedright _
the stallion and paying !V'ttle attention I late'I'hursday up and became t' strong and well. ';.
.to the character and breeding of the spread so rapidly as to "That showed me' fDcltJlna:' worth.,,'
L.ikrioo mares says the Michigan! Farmer In entire destruction of knowing and ,when Inter on my'girl''
t"J n bOric uniformity is worth money; in The roof of the senate came I raised her cu Grape-Nuts\ and ,
any tnariet) : pecjaly: in. those of good in soon after the fire she is a strong, healthy-baby and has'
n TCOERS :)lass whether they are heavy draughts.or Thousands/ of citizens been, You will see from the little pho.'; ..
carriage ,teams, and you cannot get midway. Strap cv ropes are attached men in the effort to tograph I send you 'jrhat a strong. j
unltorm!!)- in the product except I rig shown. to pass" around back, and ture.. cbubby youngster the boy li now but '
Lf through kindred blood. You cannot" belly to hold securely! In place This The 'fire was checked be didn't look'anything like that before {

breed a mare of Tvrcberon and trotting allotvt the cow perfect freedom of ac consumed almost the we found Jblt nourishing.food '''jj
blood and another with coach. Clydesdale tion'/ to eat and drink and In feeding: half ot thebuilding Gripe-Nat nourished\ Mr-. back to.'"
and trotting blood to- the ..tamettallloB ou ,pasture but Immediately the turn floor. strength when he was to* weak he* '
) and get''a pair' of matched her, bend to cock Herself the prong } 'couldn't keep any other .food 00 JlI..tomllch. *,
"" :colts:. Natgre, will 'Oqt' belly herself; toward"the side tbt?'turns will Jab It- CRAF\S'EY'\ 6HOW8 ? ." Name green by Fostum Co:;;

'and she has declared so often and eraphatlcally -' self .Into- her, luxly,-Geo. ,,1tQ'mmel. In .":; '' Battle -T/eek.; )Jl b. '. ,".. .\
R '1 tlllit .'''Uke produces Hie! .The Epitomlst., 1' Rector: Not''satisfied : All children! fro be built to amore.,';
,. 'II .'and what.you..ovr' so shall you. rfap, ',\1'.I.. .. , 'Church. : , sturdy nnd'healtby''copdHloq; : upon",
.'="... t that..it 'Is 'ulele.."to1,'attempt logger j'' 11r.7apiaa Lo..1 .ic.co-eclJ1 Grape-Nuts and cretin..,The4. fool! con;
.. .. tothel 11f1 rlble.Y l tit , '4rtlsttrt; 1 >;peck; ot rGloiW> terj; j;En,' .The Rev, Algernon B.:, ; ; time th* '.element nature demand,
I'- he' 'tat tits r"a ',( '' :'Alld.1nrs: ; i from which to make.h" soft
ho thing&:: e 1e-I tl1lecc1; edeuchtaishockon'hear.'ngP ; ; tor of St- > gray flll-j 1,
f. do when he1 sting (raising horses M 19 (IDttjatptae5a'death\ : that; b. lost ester; N. 'Ti\; ,who was ,tug '.In'.tbt nerve,,,ciitrir 4nd.. .brain..1)
eivtCp1 4A.'wasttAtlhtesMwlbtelr, tl; the.4jpflvfei) <<){ .aneetfLf*. Recently; ha trial A.well fed brain find strong, sturdy j'
L' ,. and with more or lest ot the',blood went to a.i, football gam.,. In' his ex- of heresy"; after 'a ; Beeves ,absolutely ,inaurt a healthy; ,,i
--'- &.... ' r--- ,," ---- .. "of the; breed he proposes breed .:tlleU! cltetnent';wbe: tried to cheer and lUe-- slattlc court: at ; bod7. : .
I 'to-the more the' better 'ThlA ,wlll-b e..ded. in ciolnij ,seif1, can ,speak 'bAa filed an appeal took Ini'pk,*. :for thj famous"":lit tie ','

MV, bo**;; bowIl. .we'tfpt.Wot. Jar halo a food ahowh'"-Monotyplt.- ; : found equally, advisable,- ,whether., a* _fluently at ever DO ". J of, the' ,court;! 1Iook..nn. Road to wn,liit.:JLS ? !, ,>
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. 'F E .PCI I 'Then'etuan1''liO''llBltitton toit"aDo ODD FOAM qHow'MexloajSs TEE, QItAPTfNIiI, < ". II U1rGtt.OIIDIBtIA4 !$
: yon mean that Jesus ChrUt'ca 9''JO' v -I dont IWk VOIIBC Or.,0s>ratea.y fw
lore the man who has lI..ed"'wicked. Tse Tear* t4owi timid .I8fDaI, \J
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,A,BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON BY OHO "t. vMR. Effects In WOOd.Colortng. "Not -1 { ,
his face the mark. of the beasts-wbola1 <
T3is other evening ha'called, and by Wm tlbhltl.,Mxf ,: UUuM'm
}Q., MACUAURJN. fflBfeJeet so repulsive that we shudder to Some oner.'of forests,ot valuabUwoods'are .._ &
and by"h* squeezed my hand and saM aid' '
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look upon blot-that man that poor expestm.nts.In.thesouthern 'J'
trying -w: r *
sentimental and I
something 2118tj8
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.. wreck of a thing-that' man' In the J
I 'I'It. .___" .. Jtu"t'r.d man disowned bybts own part'Of Mexico with the walnut was trylnc to look demur> and bhUh I4l1coyera4 .." i
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trees. It Is not generally known Sb.L.tirldM'Ae.a.d.W'th.Maa
: that he,,had hU flngr.onmy
father and listen to It -his own d "
.... .' mother, and all his friends) .Will not outside the trade that there arc many' pula to see 'whether or not I wasreally 'g.ryydlnHPtakba.a'.w..NablCmi'; : '' ,, ,, )

\ Iteooklyn N. T.-Sunday morning the that man's excesses shut him out from kinds' of 'walnut 'woods. and that only affected by, his attenttoas.VJudge .seen. CWd fstar>v.AIIM. ,...;,.....; ... ..
ftev.Or. Donald D. MacLaurtn paatoiat the love of Christ No. Not! Even: part of them have so'far been considered ,, t"\. ;

the Greene Avenue Baptist Church for that man defiled, 'wretched. Jesus valuable' from a commercial ... . .... .. ". "
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'd ou "'!'o Know the Unknowa Christ has love. lie bates the .In;; iir point of view Mow the scheme Is : If *Vi.* St'4 reaosAotber a .t... .1
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: a Payer TIle text vras'frono but love the sinner. Ue. came toseek ,, these leas valuable or worthless Maple Oinirerbread.' *' ....- - ...
Bpbeslans ill:: 1J-1&:: -"'1'0 tbe end that to such broken to make of to he1 l lh
npd save Just One cup m'apla syrup two cups '
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valuable.And .
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walnuts commercially .
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and In love
rooted grounded lives '
ye, being as that flour one-halt ,-teas'poonful salt one
, may .be strong t* apprehend with, illthe 'I 2. now far 'It will Furry as. There 'the process Is, a curious'one.- teaspoonful soda, one cap soar cream, .1'
safuts wbat 1* tile breadth and .aro a great many really 9004' people It consists oVopenlng the roots of Add her tA* BOOB* priVBtBBndoonfidea- .; ,
one egg,. one teaspoonful ginger. -"
1 1t .wire fear to become open disciples of the ,;trees and Inserting one or more "1
au-t3 the soda to the cream when it foams details avtwxst 3her' :
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t ) tae ChrUt and unite with Ills chare nuts iwhtch are quite email,, from the sad f of
a knowledge.: He said In the' course ot i because they fear that they will not am. best-Varieties,of walnut: trees .U la add the eggs well beaten. then Laat the Ub...*her, levterwiUbeseenby.-

.his sermon: .1. b4t able to hold out a. they say.' Their maple sirup salt andginger. kuowthat a'
"unknowable I said.that'these nuts, which are carefully In 'quick oven. :, .jk
XVbo'can knew the ? Ii Ideal of.the Christian life la ao lofty add'the flour: Bake a
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y., not tbla la toe natureof. a paradox! 4 4'r that th y fear-they shall not be able x sealed In with wax' or a stiff a woman only.:'!., .,, s

Wherein can one'be *o strengthened I te contlune la well-doing t* the end- ..... .- _. 'waterproof stopper, Impart a new or FtTS.St;Tltos'I>*a dtrvons IMeeaww pan I Maaytboasasda 1'
aT. to become able -t. apprehend that i i1I1cb *0 they stand aloof. fi closer grain and coloring to the*tree. mBBentlyenredby Dr. Kllae' GNat MocveBoetorw. of eaMe of femalediseases .. \t

la really teyond tbe reach of hit Tben. there are a reat many Chris .C.B.f'lU. The southern Indians of Mexico *1 trial bottle Bad treatise frM.Daw : come
Ha not Paul here I B. Ld...1..b8t.,1'tatla.P.,; for MeL Plnkhajn *.'. T *!**,' 8OIMIo
i apprehension! lace In the churches who are fearfulAll have for centuries been, in,the habitof B..ILI.S, t.
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0. B. JTZEK.,Mt. SterUBg.'Ky, open byesaIL Mre.
otherwise' luminous p.nuonsity.
erred tn the' .
a prayer Ime-feartat aa .to--tb. Issue effects In coloringon '
: securing curious
*: Gnat qnanUUes of textile machinery are iagh.dawght.rdnlawofLydiaPtakham B..
.. plrlttinl, profound and posallVteT Hat :I of their life. and manx: are. especially "1 fcave -f1'M'ed .,etA kidney and fine .woods! by Inserting In the being ex|>orted.. I i h.- end eta, twemty-nv years:
he Introduced here something! that afraid ef --
not death. have
They a horror Madder '_"otto* left year*JMM*. '
her dW
ordinary mortals cannot grasp! I .., it; they are afraid that U: will Lst March 1 commenced Using IVruna" above ma.nnerl nuts of other trees into, If.... Whulow'a Soothing Syrup for Children, : ender her direction and since

,: vell,--1 tbtak that -It will be a* well come to toem m an hour when the) sad continued Ion three month I bare the roots ot 'the living tree. Aa enterprising t..tblnc..rt.; ...tbe..... __tall__. .*..** she haa beenadvtaUg. ., sick womeafc "

'forus to ,g. lowly In our dispositionte .! may not be ready for. It; they are sot oiled it sine, nor nave 1 felt sp ha"I panter In Tabasco bas been Won,allay paln.onra wind ooUa.toe a bottle ofeBJrge, +> .t

him. It.* .'. safe rule,te afraid that (.t may tiring a pain,that believe that 1 aa commendation well and I liter following oat this Indian Idea with Tb Rnwian Caar i* fully a, head short Mr. Plnkaaaa never violate*the eon-.

assnme.that.these postolic men know';' they may not be able to endure-a pel t.aae fore curative give say highest of Feruna." curious results. He mentioned tbs than thCBiiaB. ideas of: wosnasi. sad every teattaaoBUl -
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what they were about. C am-convincedtbat.Paal : they are foil of terror. power several latter pBtUshed Ie'4oIa. ao, with
haclendadoa and ,
now
( other Newton. Don
o Old bachelors all were
not: only Knew -by And then there i are Christina men Pe-ru-aa For Kidney Trouble. the written, eOBseltt equal of the
.eiice'lbe-fblnftt ho .n4: but : esrerl-j and women and yomng men and women -' d.n I Ueo. U. .tiimser, Grant. (Ontario of-them are experimenting with the cartes. Splnosa! .3IIt'b.el'Anplo, Kant writer la ardavthai other stoic women I

-wae Inspired l& the holy: Spirit In all everywhere, wbe are asking,' '"I* ., ,.writ**: coarser kinds of walnut trees "with encouraging Voltaire. Gibbon Beethoven Sir Franda -. may be 1IIIDdeCJaaa been.

fcto' writing.: ' > ""* I this Christianity able to carry ai "I had. nee .'-0 well for ''about tour :- results.-Pacific Fruit Drake ''Watts, Cooper, Hume Mrs., Aliee :IVsrryhlll,' .t''119 Boye* 1Streit
Want about the *. ears 2 had kidney C..bJowr., in Whlttler and Walt
Wbat about Tlfer I through this lifer Is It strong enough4e World Washington. Irving Team. tII.
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t fit oadlv nearly. all eM Mn a ,
1lJ'atlonof enfletit. exlatence What carry ua up tbe steep aides .f-the "rbha minuner 1 got so very ked I Whitman, ."'*" /2"j"
about the .continult, of that which we mountains .( difficulty, we meet in .thouRht would try P runa, so 1 wrote : .., Mteptahhsut- ... ", ,-
.t can-cm-selves Tell-us, thou blologt.tf life Is tt strong enough to carry' te you and began at OBee to take Parana :ZTeaaelrodeThis Pudding. 2,_ Canner .. .,..... "TIane ..1IIe de'j art _. fc

!:' Perhaps thy science Is more exact .a safely through the valleys, where and Manalin., ., .. 1. an extra troublesome pudding tivloeal sol.mstion.rtheycannotteakthe 1 had a{o.. &D4 ...... $be "'

tJ: than "thotot the mathematician or tbman there are hissing serpents, and where "I took only two bottle of Per aa ...41ODe to make: but 1s very delicious. Line the dteea*edportloioftheer.-Themonlyon. faIat,1o- ... ...1a a t;;
about time. of llanalia. and now t feel better tbaa way to oar ..""r_. Bad that I* br eonstltntloBBl r'IIIyJaMa, __ .
wjjo> philosophize me rolled have their homes
ranrpVes bottom of tce-cveain moll with thinshoes
1 haM lor wine tin*. aa NlDrJlDe&tD&II*ts OBiwed by BB sad t&ae....taW os ttaTlf Fnsa aft opo'watAId ?
4 TellM.. df you can what.Is life? Hast and where crouching beasts' tot temp' "I feel that Peruna and Manalla eared of sponge cake that have bean inflamed ooni'dMoa of the moooti noise et epea 1--.& clJewlt.tdD...-___

". i tbou over seen It? 1SI0-n"verl nut tat .A are ever ready to apring upon m* and made a different woman of me sitooetker. soaked In sherry wine;put a layer of all the EostaehlBB Tab. :-Whea'thll tab "faftauu'4 t bold Um I weal have ae otMraUoa bat.
: ItlMm ever touched Tt! Only Indirectly.' asa an unguarded moment Is tbli 1 bier taR day 1 picked the of candled and yon have B rumbling sounder impvr-. wouM try Lrdls. K.too.qoy.V..s.bUCoopnud.
sorts preserved-fruits
Janet thou tell us -what U 1s? W lore of Christ able to carry n.' all the" little book and read ef yoor eruna.up: hit on feet h.*........ Bad when It entirely eloeelDoaf He tried$ a cmlna*
.W:: Then space runs Into Infinity, time way through J On tbe high seas ol: fa the lnt.ineu of she Iciftney. toremove this cat up very fine; then more cake, nee* Is the remit Bud unless the lnflaia.. ttbvtTstna time tbs sowUoteo that ..i>. day'r'
rtrn into forever and forever and life life, la the stresses of all weather pop the blood oil poionomn and so on untii-th.,mold kvnearly full. mutton can be taken out Bad tall! tab r*- and toawi to OM It laitW>ll1y. Within "

t. mo iDt, Cod! And we knew .\onie- whoa the billows roll hand dash against: .(er<...{a. They asset be BOtire all tb* Make a custard of a quart of milk, sugar stored to Its normal oondltlon) NlB beBriur ont'of will. teys l2siTrU f bo* was ....'eatlrtJy omwd-. ,' '
be destroyed forever. eases anti IttMdUtoraoiiMUiiM.
about nil of these and yet there frail bark tire, slim tbe system .affera.. There,. to taste and six egg yolks, with a cakeof ..
thing .; our -Is .tlitre"a pilot able time when they need a little aitnoa are cased by oatBirb.whloh I is got bins'but BB Year snaatotM Ss eirMltly vjse. Ikave,
II 00 limit il). their ..at.estent. It to guide the ship through the mighty Pemna is ort of a remedy. grated chocolate; add two tablespoon Inflamed condition thftmnrona...rt_. toduowl several frUnd.aad a righbers to take.H .
ha done 118 good to lave t1J1ate: them Seas) It baa reed.uctlySJ I. from disaster I by' tula .;dissolved' gelatin boiling hot We will rlr One Hundred Dollar for any sod I haws more MUM a 4oiM wbeluuktronblM
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It'" a noble 'xercllle-tt 1* enlarging. Ou look at what God baa done] rendering / *.m06.t a time strain and let cool; pour this over the tae ot O* rnef eaaaed by eatarrk)that cannot f-w sad who boy era w wUnd ,.... 'I 1 1table

to tie mind end the heart te come First: He' ball promised to provisionus. when they were not abl. to bear theii own cake and fruit in Jh* mold seal carefully ed'nulsrefree.beamed by F Hull's..J.C.Catarrh...t at Co.Toldot0.Curv Beadfoi stnag 0aa>pcM as ftm tros.etng"yysr.VsJu.tu

Into contact with concepts ao sublime' Look at tbe eleventh verse of burdens. and pack In ice. When turned out if I. Bold bv Drugst.ta.TKn. lire'l.rryhU1'ws.
and mighty as these. the eighty-fourth Psalm: "For Jehovah makes a beautiful dish. Serve with Take 1I&ll'.I'&IIIUyl'll.. for eoaatlpBtloa. rarely aa ,
So tt Is with tills matter which Paul) cured will Lydlav :B. P'-ham's Vege-'
God ls a'.un and shield Jehovah
,. a ; Death Charm. whipped flavoredto '
cream sweetened and Ullitedst.'tel; .
prays that we bal! comprehend.. We will and ,Trade'of the with table Compound curs every woman>
give good .
glory
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shall not b. able to roaster It. and yet thing wilt grace He withhold from them When a Neapolitan wishes to effect taste. Spain and Portugal amounted la the suffering-from fortn of female ills. i

we ('aft' by studying It ,apprehend that walk npritchtly." That la actually the death of an enemy he takes some fiscal year 1005: *o ever thlrty-fonr million If are stoic write Mrs Plakhan a

something to Its immeasurable depths, In tbe'''Bible. I sometimes think that object often a lemon which he uses What the'<'
i'I. something of its Infinite length something we treat tbe Bible as If it were a huge < to. represent the heart of his victim They were talking about the new mlllloat in 1805, a decade earlier. tnL '

of Its all inclusive breadth Joke-that tbeee words do not mean star In society. "V .
something of its mighty altitude. Andao wbat they actually say. Listen to STOPS BEI-CHINC. '
"She never laughs at Jokes said
a Paul prays Hint we' shall be'o. tnem "No Oe ; .
again; good thing will . lK1d d
rooted Aiul grounded in love that we I I.baU withhold from them that walk up- the man. she Cur.. .... ltreth-P..iUveau& lesSeeS ( ? as
be able (10 apprehend with allelglri I rlghtly.** And these words are confirmed "Maybe has) no sense of humor Cur. --11'. .na.c.: ..... n

: high and lowly rich.and poor by our )[arter'. own teaching. said the other man.' by ,A"--PtI- BANK; DEPOSIT .

i ancient and modern, tbe dimensions Second: He has promised to protect "Maybe she has false teeth." said A sweet' breath f* nrlHl,... $5,000 tt.rrrsla. MotesTskse-. ;,,

of Christ' love Row let us for the us. "I will lift up mine eyes unto the ,{ty. the woman. .-Mall's .Anti-Belch Wafer wU ears bs4breath < gBoosMsia:COCBSESATLANTA a
)I'f'! eke of clMirnetVof. thought define a mountains." Well that may not be' And, then the conversation Ian. and bad taut instantly.' Belchingand w..O'1dI

i: few of the terra of our wealthy text. a wise thins to .do. II It wise to guiahed.-Louisville Courler..J ournal. bad taatefjndioate offennive! breath U0I8IAoAuaAllAaual8UIC0U.I:8LM: _",.,
r ''To the end that J'eL being rooted and look at our difficulties! ? la that whatIt which Is due tn' stomach trouble.

1\' grounded In love. Love here means means? Dut tbe Psalmist U not Mull'.'' Anti-Belch Wafer purify the r st ,
)'. f71o.e toward our fellow creatures. In. stomach and stop belebioit. by abmrblnR '
done "From
whence shall '
: Help
my ALL.'BROKEN
deed, it always .means that in the comer No wonder when are and he 'pierces ,It with nails or pins, FACE OUT. foal) cue that arise from nndiceated fond. W"d
you
end the with
I Bible unless it Is otherwise denned. wblcb.he fastens securely with twine.. I y; I by supplying digestive organ
: looking at tbe mountains pf difficulty natural solvents for food. :"
Tro.t I d AlmMt i Tear r'Complazloa : I
;.' It means the affection! we should have With incantations > .
this
appropriate
that yon should say; that. Now listen. They relieve ea or car sickness and aa. .
,l for tbe men and women of enrtb; the :NowP.rfeet Md 1..1.80n,\VUlt see of kind.' .
"My help cometh from Jehovah, who fictitious heart Is roasted over a slow -- .. rt any Food
4: /t>ieople! of whom we are and to whom made heaven and earth*."" la that not fire, and Is placed as near to the Intended Bad V,l ty. They quickly cur headache, correct the ,,

:J. *1 e belonc. 'by race connections. It. good enough? No wonder Pan said: victim as circumstances allow. ''"1 bad been troubled with a break. : TH effect of eteeaciv eating ordrt"klnlf"Thel' 1>Eod'i
i\; \l.to be a reflection of God's love for fO\Vbat"then' shall 'we say to these Inge out on my face and arms for almost will Hentrov a tobacco- whisky or .
the race Its energy'Is to be measured ' things It God Is for as who is a year lu&. had the services of several onion breath Inetantly. ,
They stop fermentation In the stomach .I.Ie to ...w..it.IpIId ;
only by the epergy of the Divine.love. physiciansbut they didn't seem to do ::
'against
fir .
mtlic ook.s.
STONE WELL MOVED. acute lnditet ,. .. Its IncltisIveness' is to be Urn; III. From wbat depth will It rescue OLD,, . any good. Borne time ago'' one of my stomach and intestines distended abde . a. -; '

.-, Ited and measured only by the inclu- net Tbe depth Indletftea.the distance friend recommended Cutieun 'to. me. I men. heartburn bad complexion, dixy.epella ..AI-cM 4'-e ... '.. ,

.niceness of tbe Divine love. that love reaches': It goes down to 61 Id Down Hill"Without Even Making."' I secured some, and after using it several. or anr other affliction wising froma "kikiee+a kiee rei w ....... se'.
.. Out. of the heart are the Issues of the deepestvforms of sin. It reachesto 7 the Water Muddy. .month I was completely cured. I canhighly Hiwwwa .tmn.rh.. ,ad lee .
", life. When love Is In the heart everything the jgreatest} sinner. Wherefore The residents! of Bainbridge Ohio, I. recommend Cuticur Soap 'aa be- We know Mull's Antl-Btlrh Wafers will I, yen r el..we. :tbs.irk..eint- yes.
do this and want to know it. Thin
la love begotten Foundationed also Ho Is able to save to the uttermost . are much excited over a remarkable ing the very best complexion: soap mad. offer may not we appear you agaia. I .. ...... ......
Tike a building which has been settled It create B perfect complexion: leavingthe
them that draw near.unto Clod landslide,which hM taken,. place i on ': ,
a. a whole, and will never show'cracks through JJlm, seeing that lie ever I skis soft,:white;and velvety., I now f .... ... ,
in the future through, fall' the south Bide of,that village during Use Cuticara. Soap all the time and reeomnund 25 .
or flaws Uvetb to make intercession for them.; ', 81M< GOOD FOR. ., US F.. rd 1 t t ty'roe.
in tbe foundation. the last few days for sections of the its nee to friends Maud Loggins -
my
,arcs I shell never forget bearing one of < .... in \ ;
Here then is the Idea of the soul the foremost Africans In a powerful hill continue to slide away' at In 'I 1U F.! ,D. No.. 1, Sylvia. Ttnn.y.Aug. Send this coupon with roar name '. .Per--ui-2 i Gap a.-,"
'being so- placed'as to make It strong speechrin the City of Washington' tervals. The slide la on what la .I, IMS.* and urtdrMS and your drnajriit's name .....1 ,_ .
.f.
.' .. Sw.- and .llk'.' 1n .tampe'or ilvrr,< ...>l '
nr' i w "
v-r-iy
for tbe noblest life- Tbe two metaphors hill-where-a atone 1 1 ;,
D. C. He was pleading for patience known as Higgins "
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will supply you .a '--nnl tree ti;. supplement one another-they .lie pleaded with the people to give quarry has been operated for manyyears. 'Return- of Foulards.' '' h..r. never viml Mnll'a- Anti e1rh : Ltbiy. -,. .,.Wy.'. .:' era;.
l. belong'' to each other. Tbe former bUr race a chance'and time and he .. ., ., Wafers red 1 will she send von a certificate . 9 "
1 t?: rooted, gives ns the Idea of organic said: "Ob, think of the depths-of forty feet high >Foulards voiles and, other loosely food for 2V. toward the por-
;. life and growth' ; the latter tounda't. the depths of Impotence and superstition ' The hill was over ,waven fabrics will be again'In favor. char of more Belch Wafer To MilAnd f. :i?

tloned. gives aa the Idea of strengths and poverty out of which and arid .a great deal of >valuable--rock then) invBluable-for stownch trooMe -

1. derived from tbe union of. parta. A up from which my race must come!"; had been removed from It during the '. {licit.erred la"SO"minute by. Woolford's ,. : enrve bY ab.o tlon., Address .
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f\". .Christianity which 1s not rooted is Ah, :yes I But we were in lower,, last few years, but the greater part ,(SanitarY Lotion . fail bold by Drop ..., ,,Rock ...Dd. III.' q 4
i always unstable. A Christian lover depths sUI I. Down beneath the black' of the broken ''atone, and earth has Kuto.! Mail ;orderpromptly; ; filled by Dr., ' ,

; .hat has not' penetrated into the depths man wearing shackles ourselves halt been dumped on the hillside. The B. BetchoB Orawfordsville. Ind. '<1., J h
i, .. not a love of a permanent or enduring forged about our feet and hands i! recent wet weather caused this to 'Germany has 29,300 physicians! ;;. averaging ,
t. character. 0 that the love ofevery the shackles of sin: It Is up out (Ifthe.e ona-to 1700 inhabitant. '
of the hill commenced every
l Into loosen and a portion AU dnuirista.-. box or by mail .
."f. one of us may penetrate deptha our Odd must lift na. per '' '. "
: ,
i I n. the very being of Godt. That tbe ten-, IV. Tbe height unto which He lifts to slide on Thursday !sight! Dr. Blffsen Hnoklebvrry Cordial Carr ni. >.pn. receipt of price. Stamp acceptedInsontnee .. ,- Y

Brits of our affections may twine us. For this Love> is.not only broadas and has been going down ever since.A All Stomach Troubles? Teething Children; COMMERCIAL COLLEGE

. 'themselves about the heart'of the our needs continuous as our pit-, mud 'roadway, which was used Diarrhoea, Dysentery, "eto. At Druggists- In France.. $4 1-S VvliltekBU M.. Atlanta OB -

" Incarnate God I Tben shall we be primage reaches down to the depths by teams to bring down the tone,- SIlo and 60o per oU1..' has now forbidden by law the The Famous Byrne Svmpllfled Sitortbajad'

stable,- then- shall we grow where we are, but It also lifts up 'to! was entirely obliterated but .the' remarkable France of children dderJYeal1lotece. and Practical Bookkeeping taught la bait the ?
'(1, To the end that ye being rooted and the highest altitudes of, the Divine!!' part-of the slide la that'anold Trench Commodity Insuring of the lives unaltimof other*r.tema, and at,hall tbe
usual to .78
" ;' foandationed' In love may be strong Life. The way to measure is to' be-! stone well' which was on the top Potato starch,fa used. in France, to oost..050.. Write position jor Ire*aeeared catalogue.or w
with all the saints
{ > to apprehend gin at the and tbe foul -
cross abyssof
hill slide down the embankment I sweeten sour grape juice. giving full partiualan. . :
j., Strong! for what That you may know evil and go up to the throne. This of the HICKS'

t! the love of Christ In all Its' mighty wondrous Love lifts up from the lowest for a distance of twenty-two CAPUDINE.
}f -' 'dimensionsI! And this Is a most uat- degradation and sin '.to tbe glory feet and was not destroyed. SEVEN YEARS AGO.S ';.0. MsOT-m

;; .n'raJ evolution. To acquire love 1* to, of Sonsblp in the courts of heaven' fhe well which la sixteen feet I- IlUU4llAtU.Y Crahtn

r y obtain finer powers of perceptlnr./ How high will it lift .M? '0; God, deep, has always had from twelve to Boefceatev Cb eai.' Voana B Singularlyleash. HEADACHESnCOLIX 'CURE

j. 'There 1 Is nothing like love for sharpp -' Thou knowest fifteen ,feet of water in It. aDd there = KedlelB.., _ ........... kph

lenlng the wits. The'eyes and ears Well after, we add all onr-.powerstogether IS an' old windlass': onthe' top. A. William A. Franklin of the :Franklin 1.'.evetsiawvsxsc '
,,
IJ' s. ''of a loving mother are immeasurably'quicker ; and seek to apprehend the &: Palmer Chemical Co. nocheater 'NY ( '
,
.
stated that well slid down auk tic t f.alha all .
cmtarrhal
tbou the senses of the love love of Christ in Its length and has been writes Inflamed ulcerated and conditions ,
.' lea. It I* not true that love is bllnC;' breadth and depth and, height (the the aide of the hill, windlass, atone of the mucous membrane such asaasalatarrh.ut.rla.atarnbcaused

( ; & But while he was suffering very by fenlalM Ills sore throat, soya
, mons range.; was yetI passetbv knowledge. Even when we turbldness of the water. The windlass

I V' afar ofirlllsVatber. saw Him. are filled'anto all the fullness of God ,-which Is nearly worn out, .ap- mach through;:the [ Sootb'Forstb' Atlanta mouth or,Inflamed era by simply
St. Ga
41
3Do failure of the kidneys doling teatomaeh.0
? not bo surprised therefore, to the overflowing la Infinite! Let u. as good today'aa It..was before stubborn
y--f\ find that When we are rooted and soon see tlJ'ltthaC we.,use our individual pears to eliminatethe But you surely can cure these

II \>,< vgroanded. In love we obtain finer pow. I power' to- Its .utmost. Let aa the well moved.-ChUlIoothe News- ,t .uric add from affections by local treatment with >

.i; rs'of apprehension. 'But what are see to It that every capacity is hal Advertiser! my 'systemcjjjMyback ; Paxtlne Toilet Antiseptic. l
4 ;. divine love and grace t The holy t t ,
..'.' 'pano- lowed.< Let, us open the Innermost e.- {' .was very lame
*
l'I.. stupendous and eyen ,with chamber and l let in the Klng7'and by "l'rick"of VinyardSsta and ached If I overexerted which destroys the disease germscbecktdischarges : I
I, %r\ you sharpened spiritual senses we I .the ministry of Ills love toward 'At pain, and heals the"r
'' ..cannot take In the Infinite glory And aa Vine growers In France market fresh myself in the least degree. : Inflammation anted soreness.,

b ;; so the apostle are to I I these higher perceptions may become outdoor pape..U winter' by a new times I was weighed down with a feeling Paxtlne represents the most successfullocal

+> ,apprehend it withiall t easaints, with ours, and curious method.i Bunches of of languor.and depression and suffered treatment for feminine Ills ever v' -,-

',V .th. 'help of all the snlntslIt takes', grapes whea ripe are, cutso,,that apiece continually! from annoying Irregvularltlea Fortstble._a>sut..&&doraarr. produced. Thousands of women testify' ,
: rall' of as to- survey tbe vast estate.: Bis Dusty ..*.>. Cl* r. of the vlnevq or* six Inches long of the kidney. secretions.- to this fact 50 cents at druggist,

:v>: One.Christian sees one.aspect of tbe I II .A group of twenty-five Christian mar; remains attached. 'A large number of procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pips Engines, Boilers; Send for Free Trial Box'
.
: )?-', ''glory and another beholds another. had considered for an hoar the ques white-necked bottles filled with water and them. I found 'To.f
began using promptrelief' '
I 1' TIle .Mntterborn, seen from Zermatt. II tion.of personal evangelism. More are placed tn horizontal rows In racks from the aching and lamenessIn'my Saw Mills TIilc'.. PAXTOM COW;; ..**.... Me*w
,*- ODe thing from tbe Egglsborn it is than half of them bad "
; prayerfullyagreed :2"Y
" quite another.-{ And so with 'these'stopendoas. to try to form.the habit of conversation In a cellar and the stem of the crapes back;'and by th.,time I'bad AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY THE DAISY ;'FLY+ KILLER::='. '
: I ..
1s placed In the, mouth of the bottle taken three boxesX cored an r.wr tea .
was ) pf : .
I wonders of. divine glory. I'I'I about Christ .As the meeting ", I II CeavMe.... Oarri*.*4okerIMJiXDJAT ---3E r
',, Each Christian Is to behold his own broke up a well-known: businessman While the crapes hang outside. 'The Irregularities.'* "

;I share\ of the marvelous revelation: ' ,' seventy years of age came to grapes do not touch the water; but are I Sold by au dealers. '60 cants a box.FoiterMUbnr& S eat If* s4Bry,Lowest r DXLlrJCJiT.>lees a4 Beet.Tent*, vSi:
'
Matthew" wiUdlscern one aspect, and the leader, and with deep emotion, said: supplied with water through the stem: Co., Buffalo N. T.' ;
ark ."There Is- retired officer ; Write .tta for cateUocu; prices
a"other-and.Lale another and army living The low uniform temperature'of the =-.J
'ohn another, :Each Individual will near nee for whom I. have had deep cellar Is favorable to the preservationof '" .tc.. before buyi.- ". ., ,

behold some,,Individual glory. The concern ion: a long time. Ills daughter! .' .the fruit and water II supplied A spring Coat I I ;

'arrow of one aeld' abounds in won- a Christian woman, has often talked' dally to ths bottles to make up for the One ot.the flew- spring coats Uof eelsk r 1 'Tbftffjson's] Eye:ifater es aaw4rty t.
what then of the ? with about him. My duty has and Istrimmedwith .:!
ers; InfinIte estate me now I ,--Country' Life In 'America Cray and white Invisible check. :
J.\Let as notice how wide is the become clear ,il am coins to seek evaporation-- : '' white.' *' WlITER'o-: .
a mpsss of-10,.*. To the end that ye aim out and try and win him for (At24-X> ) l:i 7 _ .
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D. rooted and grounded In love' Christ. There.are thousands of 'men, .1
may,. be strong'to" apprehend with'aU old and a.young'men, who are .waiting
,"'tbe.snlntstwbnt is tbe breadth! How for the kindly: conversation of a neigh

broad .,.I.< Its 'rom'.....! Why. my bor or friend,to- attract tbeouto. pep-
"> -'friends'the Ioire'ot'' Christie so broad J sonal attachment, Cbr"t..Born. .-Ba7n>'a. You look Prematurely Old

'u,to take'If'this 'wholeworldHTh! . . . .
:,r .love"" of Christ t comprehends air'men, .
,. all r people reaching! w (the.:utmot There never:JwaaTsw:; '5'apy-aotl1b: -

., stretch of human; sUi/or _orrowt.i stamen 1. tour<'country and'lsftbe:

',I,, need-It Is the great*gospel whosoever. worldly there are. )tg-day, r, ,NoausQof thoN ns/yf gristly;pgheln.YN "LA ORIOLE" HAIR UTORL..tkio., Ii rain'.

BW"' broad 'la:this"J01e..of: Christ!!. ft10 M '

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.: ah.emoo. atlfn n f : : ANNEX SALOON Orlando Fla

maL then will be a game of bateballbetween Trio
the '"Ha Been", and Notice la hereby liven that the folio win.aaaeribed landa will be ) auction on the tnfl ., ,
dQ of July. A. D. 111* In front of the Court Hotue door at Kieclnunee City In the .
"", count* of Om.ceola I '
*Would Bee. and the hi.( Ita, the SOUTHERN RY.., arid 8taU of Florida or ao much thereof.. may ... neneeaary.toJMBaaaell Jt&J'be.' aaount .._ 'vr law _. :... .
proceed* of which to go toward paying J.rmn let oppo.lU to the_ toahp with spat.1.....b....and"artU1aa1 .r - .

lor the blab school pluno. $55.90 t i *

Thai game !. for a Rood cau. and Boston, Mat*., and return. Tickets .
+ ,every one should attend. Bring: with on sale! May 31 to June 18.i, ::! teo.hea 1 j'L TolWy Friends' and ,

you' your dime, quarter and dollar, I July .]5. IDUft. 8top-o era. W..hiof( DESCRIPTION .F LAND fil j JDalla.lale 1 I ut : .
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for ids funny m_n will certainly pan ton. Baltimore. ., Philadelphia. New- y
around the hat and "bo... not don at1 York. I r ,

: ''tvfc will be put down, lathe '>hortoolWill .- $14.65 I ., . .. awl(of.." .. :. .. ....... .;,..... It tile 6N. b 171 the Public
u. n." LUL. .. .J.. .... ... a'.ofa4. . a&4.' .. .. et 11Io" ... Generally
Sag
yonbe repaid? Will there ba A.hume. N. O., and return.' Ticks .CSStariln .... wt'( 0' ow'',, ........'" ....... S put ... 110 S21
Mt'on sale June 7, 8, V, 14, 15, 18.Iln WilllamBThomas. .. ofn.' }, ....... .......,.,.i'7.\ .... 11 al. Sea 0'( 190sr4ofsaq
any fun? 'Well"I ju t guess and ted 21 : R ........11I .... .. .. ... : .... .. .... ........ ...... 11 50. 53. lap I ..
plenty ot It, too. It will be well for Juoe HMO.. ... Lillie Bar .. . ... nit4ofsw} ..... ...::.......... ..;..:: 18 .0. 58. 40 '1910111. i 1. .
I Bar ... I..14tOl' ....of << ;... I .
each and ever, one to get a good iupjjly $16.65 aw 1801..1 .n. r 18 Sop n.8. ,40 I It ,
..... l .... . '. ..
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N..AnIllBuo oInwjo IT SOS '
40
1 of liniment, 'for '')'ou will\ Jauirhyouraelf Kooxfllle, Teon., and-return. .Ttclr. J ln."na.... .. nw4ofMy.. .. ..7. . .... ..."t' -l as .0 1.1 187r 'J bave.pureJms<<)d llctcairti'Annex..Snloon In Orlando,
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aore. eLl on aal June. n.1I, .1\1.Z324\ 30, AS' pbell. n. o'n.'t' ..r Ie 40 1'1 a*
., > ... .
Allow me right' here to state that tbe 'AS ampb.ll -n.I..14' i .-n 16e' 90. 40
'Baa Beens" are married, men, and July 7, 14 J 15. .limitedttfteeo day.. Mr. ..... .AId..n.. Bag.t.w coref aw'runu a 280 ydu n X40 101 .anjI will,giro )prompt attention to all orders f&iv
ICxujuton'! Sept. 30, 11HW. rd.w 2110 I'd.. ,',..r. .... 18 He.as. I I 1M .
onoe durlnjr their lire. were each and H" MoodJ'..........<... sy of.. ... 9 Bon Me 110 1'81 .
"' $14.65 UJMood,..: . All .. ... ... ...... . '
every one tar player; but. alno tak* 'j., .f.. "'j" 18 I6e lie ItO II" Whiskey Wine or Beer entrusted to and Invite 1
. me
William M.n. .."ofn. .,. .. .' '10 99. rats ,. : ,
'' 40 181 ,
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lOll\Iato themselves another part some Asb"m", N, C.'and' reiurn., Tfckrw 88.n ......... st4ufus4 ......4.. ... .....'....;.... II ate 110 981 I
time erroneouily. called a": better I ou Mala Juoe 26, 27. 28, limited H"MoodJ' ...... !.. n'.n'.of..l\.nd.(. ..... .......r..rn .1 oI4e II. 140 yH
t' 4 better) half are now principally expert July 10 1900. Moody A Bklpp.r all .. .... .. .. ...'. )., 18 ... al. 840 11 N all my former )patrons t ip make iny place their
-lyA Skipper. all ... .. .tq..r..........,... .. 24 ... 480 11 N .
baM rui ner but they ray wbat . :. . ... .. ; d.i ale .
: Moudy Sklppel' .: all ....... ..i.rr.t ..w. lIS a/. ,,640 1191
I tiewill do to the'kid will be .in $16.35 dy&Bklppsr .i',.. all ... ,.J..r. ......... .,.. sa ... 11. 640 1990 headquarters when. In Urlundo.) .
kt' "a 'd "Fickell L P Iiclwn' .. .... .Lf aDd .'
aeball language plenty,! Montenirle, Tenn., return \ e at ot Mk and M!4 of 4 aDd ** .
.lot of r'r .. . ...,....-... ... '.r n
I 266
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Wbat? You say you' wont on Bale June 20, 30, July 3, 5, 1In. JC BeM ... ..i. .. .. ... nwl4ofa4! ......."..........:... ... .., 6 2IIc aGe 1Oa-.to 620 1312 101 __ .J. "' J. _ _ __ .._
'Well Jut look at the .lict of pla.rera'i lied Aag 31, ItXXJ. Extension Oct.,,;31- Alec 101 K..n. .. . ..Lfot n.4. I 27. 1o. 110 4 It ,. ,
.fc and then see U you don't change .' Unknown .. . .... all.ofrroad ."o'\\,.. .. .... ....... '9 Ilia Ilia. It 116 .':..
nlnd. ) your 1906. ...,... ..., J 11: P.n ,... .. ...,.ot n.' ............ ......,.. .... 16 .. ilia 40 996
$32.10 Conol..y'6 Drew ..... 5.14 01 n.4, and nel. .0' al".. ......... .. 111. 26. .1IIa 110 I 011I LOWEST PRICES. ., . H
kif C. K. Yawed, catcher, not married MirMabel0'Nsd.. . ..' ol... aDd 1 of.-, ..,.. .... ... It .. ilia 120 I. '
but ehould be. A. A. Slmpaon ". .J.Da Milwaukee;Wi.., and return. Ticket -, Mr..MarlabLamb ,I'" sotiw4r." . .. ..... ..... .... J1 :7. Y9s 40U' -T
.. sale 10 11 12 limited I PTI.n. .. ... . ..... a4ofs.4' .. .. .. .. ... .:...... .: I I6e '1IIa. to 1011I BY '
will TME
give Imitation Aug. GALLON
a perfect of on . ,, WTADdn. .. .. Lot a .... .. ............ .. 11 45. ilia' 48 182 .' .
:how the ball should be delivered to Aug. 22, 1900.Paanengnr\ Unk""WD. ... .. .. .Lf of Lot I...a otrip II ft skis o< the batt ft_ Wj_L. Van Duzor on ort: and ticket office. 108 W. Brim A Naal.lon. .. ll.wol, ssapt land.d-tod to Ma .
. bel L 1I:1Iio: and d....... Mabel I. Ellis and RYE from 2.00 :
a ttheoe.t4, In the State If this player Bay St.. Phone.1i3.J.' Burn C ....d.... .. .s......:.. ....... .... 11 2511 ss. 14 111I : up ;j(;'
..'C. LUK .
hould hit. ball and .
make the .
a run I Brim H..I."'.... be .t.w nor 01 lot 4 a.101 f-flt -' .
from home to third It will be worth Lbe i 'District Passenger! Agent. 690 {teet.101 fat w \ rltn 1'-......... ... .1J .2&ar 28. lJi. II co'nN'Crom $2.00 '
price and.trouble of attending. :, Alfred. I..rooq .. ..,4.r nwl,4' of Lot 1 kn'! bee 638 lost a and tI3I up
\ fest w of n.CO o'loC., 814 fat
rulll a w172t.N.n974f..ta72fat. "'
'Tom Kill, on teoond will put up a .... .. ... .: ... IS 866 ilia 16 4.17 ,
.Tond game. L M Park.. .. ..' .. ."{ofnwl4." .. .... ... II 2IIc as. 80 leG GIN from $2.00 up
t Dr. Mfddl.brooc\ on third will .I 14 WIIIoon .1,. .. .'"oI.w of at ........ ..... ".. la. 116. Z8Io 10' t 116 .
convince
MaryOwretrM..End .. nwt,0'n.4 1s. .landa d........ to chureh. .
you that bole not a novice/ and. ahool ... ... ....... .. ... 11 2Iie 28e III 1 11
y On short either M. J B.*. or A. A. 14.. H IC. M......... .. Lot Swof Yofg.aAr.' In..:......'\. ... 25. ilia 10 1 en ( OTHER GOODS .
kn. Slmpon will perform. Jon Hughsy. .. . .. .11 of ... .of nwfj of M%, .... J,........ \ 50. tHe 6 'JO )
C M Canada ...., .:... 01 n.I" , .. .. .. ... eo 250 17. to t 0
J em. C.raoDI M. WllUon, and H FSmll.h... .... .. .... air ot a. ..... .. ... ... ..... 'II. II6e 11. to I 'JO IN PROPORTION
"W. J.'Scar* will bold down the field Pike Adair .. .. .. .. .... .." 01\4\ aDd n. ofnw/snd aK" 01 r .
r aDd It the don't i a.14. .... .. .. ..u ...... ........ ... II 2IIc 17. tat 275 \ .
youngtter want to. Unk..a..... ._. ..... n.)4 of .&i and usi l( of M'it. ...... ,... ... 16 II6e 21. 80' 2 4. .. ... ..
be out they must Only knock d..era. .. ...... ; -
.
; groun M 0 O..u- r-'n ot aw It .. .... HI. 2'1. 40 -.
> ...- rHurly.. .. .. .. ne''of.s'4ofnwt(. .. ......... .. ......:., 118 ... 2'1. 10 J76 \ :
B. C.' Miller will umpire tbe Unknowa.... .... ... .. wij of nw4% '. ..... . ...... ...... ""''' lie I5a 2'1. 80 I tS 'With thanks for '
t game Unknown . .... w f 0I.., .... .. ......... :. :.. ...:.... ... lie 2.. 17. 80 ItS many past favors, and
sand he U requested to get several U..a..... ...'": ... ".))4 of16 .. ..... ....... .,. .......... .s .. 17. N 146
> ,jTnn1. CAMPBELL CITY.J soliciting a continuance of your'pat r
-
M.'.Kats U e.roestly! requested to H lien.... .. ., .. .... Lot A Btk (11) MalT B Mo,.pn'. add to.CempbeltClqr. ,
keep the More aped:.. he Is a married ................ ........'... 1 26. ilia 34 169NAR000.98EE I
? man there should be no doubt as totbe ron nee. am. ,

T result of the game .. .. .... .... Lot 147... ....... . ..... .............. ... 9 211. 81a 40 128 ; ,
All physicians are requested to attend. Heater Smith .. .... Lot 1*. .. .. ..... . ..... . .. ..-.... 18 Km ale 8 60 Yours '
li Alice J KlnUlna-. .. ... frt'l IxrtM .. .... ..... ...! .. ... . ..' 1* 26* ale *'i 78 truly, .
Alice J KlnUin*. .. .... f rt'l..... Lot SOn . .. . ... .... ...... ...1940 a\* 81* 16 102
A* this will perhaps b* the only WE AIM J H Robe1w>n.... . : of Lots .. ............ .. 2Sa 81eHe I 116
eb..ooe for the people of KUalmmee tojrltoe J H Kubmon.. ... ... n1 j of Lot 8 for tax.of 1901<< ... .. (0M .26* 11$ I 1 16

l 2yt, ** chsmpioDihip ball" the mertichanteare Alice::; J J Klnufng.Alice Klntain',. :: :::: Lot Lot 10 17.: .. :.. :: ..:...:..: ..:': .:::::.::::: CO 80 Km26m So*. ate : 8M FLiBUTLER.

requested to. close. their not merely to satisfy but Alice J KinUiear.WCParaone .. . .. ,rtI Lot 20 . ... .. . .... .. .......... 20 : 81. 2)4: 78 .,
awr8s between the hours of 2 and 6. RUNNyMEDE. t

The'"Has Beens" request us to state to delight you with the ... .. .. . .. Lot 2. Block 9.. .... ..... .... ... .......:.. 73
that .. suits have Georre I>Sldmaa .. ......
their arrived
not yet Hamilton Di -tun Et.:: la.'b ::'::::::: :. .:: ::: : 7 71* JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. .

aa6 labelr suits may not all be alike but quality of our groceries. Hamilton Dlaatm" !et.. Lot:2. Block 60. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. ... . .. 73 '
Ibis will In no way effect their play OeaOSMmanChaa ,.., .... Lot7. BlockCO ... .. .... ........ 73
If' ID... K Smith ... ... LotB.HIook87 .. .....,..... ...... . -
SOSO
'p The marshal should and We can give the Mr PF Bell ...... .... Lot*. Block 87' .... ........ .. .. .... .... ,
attend also you CHBIeu....... .. ... Lot 10. Block ....,....... ... . 1d
Lave present several deputies'as there ... IOTKISSIMMEB CITY.R .
;will be a "hog killing time,'! after the I

f; game Is called... ,. BEST OP EVERYTHING :Motile Andereoa ... .. .. Lot*, Block Q.H.P.Droughts..Addition.. .. ........ (44I

t. It you don't *ank* to miss a good CA arson. .... .... LotS. Block 8 Roblnaon'l. ... ....Addition... ............ III LIQUORS
thing, come earl,. L" Park.. ... .. .... Lot 8. Block 4 .... ...... .. ...... ..... ..... '. 1' 4
Remember the day,' Thursday, .June In the Hue of High Grade .... .... .. .. Lota 8 In Block I . ., "..'.... 4
LnkPark..... .. .. ... lack .. .. ... .r
:lilt 1008. I Lot4, ... .... ...... ... 1
70 ,
-... I II' Unknown. ........ ..... Lot f. Block 8. .... .... .'..... . .... .. .. .... ,. 170 OF.
Table Luxuries. and Provisions 9A Kobereon .... AUfrtlBloek. .... ..... ............. W
Cheap Excursion Rates Via A. C L Unknown.Unknown.. .. ... .... .. ... lot 4, 1.RnbtBwAdaiiien. ......; ) 119

of all kinds at ... .. ........ : ALL THE, LEADING
h TO' VTHEN3 OA.-n teofonef. Lot 8. Shoemaker* nib dlr Block HL, ..... 1 46f BRANDS OF
re t WAderbold... ....... all adept DIelOl10&\ in Block V.. .. '4 48
: pins SW gnu Tickets on sate* June that'ar4 South Florida R R Co'.8.......,.. ,
a 23d 4th, 2 I.b. 28th 30th: July 2d. 8tb prices + .surd to H M Pf aim ... .... .... ....87 n a 47 dec*of moat westerly nor Lot
f aDd Itftb with final limit from 4oe.4Tdoefdfath48dege60f1n47
14 da .
,. command da*w M f t B*8 dec;w 50 ft Block 18, ..... a 04 WHISKJESBgiJSSfe.a1
date of sale Extension of limit to attention. P._..'. Addition.. '

,.Sept. 2KHb ma)' be bad.ASBVll.LE. Mr'R D Warins-........ nX of Lot IBl.ekQ.-....... .:..., 10 4J .

N. lo.-R.Le. of ''one .

'Tare Dine 23 oenU for the round trip. .HOGAN & FLOYD, f I W.. B., MAKINSON,

'Tickets OD sale June 7th;' 8th, fltb, 14th .. ...
A6U and 16th with flnM Tax Collector Osceola .County.STETSONUNIVERm.
'k limit June 27.ASHVILLE. .. .
: ,, N. 'O.-Rate' of 'one Residept \. ," : j.c.
Non
fare plus 25 cents for the round 'trlp. Motice.ID . .

rickets oa sale.June 26th 27th,. 28th, CncuiT CWBT. SEVENTH ..JuaaAy'dacugT'8rarn : na Domestic.Wlno9PortstsScrtlo9., "
../. I .. July 10th. of FtfOUDA. COUNTY' of : JOHNy0 ';I>WI. \' "
IN
OBCBOLX:: \
B
DENVER potu-' Vry low irate. Ca"'NCII., :.. r' :fli'?,
r; Tickets on sale July 9th to 14th In- 'rhe Ichlvmn Truat Company a Corpm.Lkoe er- Jio. .>':,'tWMII l I FOUR COLLEUE9 AND PIVB TECHNICAL e t .Lst '. R"' ', >'- ma .
.. )lusUe*'with final limit August 234. "nniad under the lawa. of die. State of Mtcbkaw I' r: "Illlporled. and Domestic Brandies gins
Stopovers allowed at Colorado oommon . Ea rn..t N.8aUln and Ceo- M. Burrva. DKLAND FLORIDA. A ; Bum '

. polgu. ''Variable route beyond APPILI..TEO.WITH THE ' CHICAGO. *
UNIVERSITY OF and Scotch Whiskies.THE
:fit. Louis. .. Samuel Hans,,. his unknown bbl...or Mir Penanclalmlnc -
.
KNOXVILLE TEKN.-Rate of. one by thrauch or under hmI COLLPOa OP LIBBR t. ART..- ..tand.nI.....th.... the Unlveralty of Chicaro." Stet-
fare plus 25 cents for the 'round ,trip, I To Samuel Hansen, his unknown ...... .r any -'..cud..teI.-I..their dimreea. from both Steteoa and Qhlcaco.( Sea the Chicago and Stetson
i' keraon claiming by. through or ander hint Tak. eatakve .
i 'Tickets on sale June 17,, 18, 19.. 23d, Jotioe that s worn Bill of Complaint .... been COLLBt B OP LAW Graduate of this Collere'are admitted to practice( law In Florida without .'
'. ,24, 30, and July 7, 14 and 16 with Died agalnat you In the above atyled cauae to remove ......Ination. -* '
from.date'Olt cloud from title of. end reform the dead to CULLBOB OP TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OP MECHANIC AVTSMechanleal. Civil.
final limit 15
days .ale' N 140'Sea. 56. Tp.26 aouth Hs 84... Electrical ibncineorlnc and Manual Trafnlnc oouree leading to d.....,. Fine new building. Costly FAMOUS
n :JExtensloo: of llmlt'to Sept. 30th 10.,' You are therefore notlfled to appear .... .eqa mmt. ,
.be bad by depositing| ticket and to the said Bill oa Monday the 8rd day of idp CuLLBOe OP BOSIReIS-B.ukine- In all Ita branchea.; Bookkeeping by .bat method. .
fM. | .pay. bur. A. I). 1904..the' earn wlU bo taken aa calfItivfurtberarderad Shorthand and TypewritingEleotive oounee open tn other department Larve Faculty and com. :.I
,IDf. is.... against _. modiou.bulldlnr. ' Cream of
4'I I, NOTON: KY-4 "U> Or one ;h.t this. notioebepublUheJ I>IBJ>ARATORY AC"DBMY.-o..uataa. prepared to entar. Harvard.: : Yale. Princeton. Cornell Kentucky -
i' dare plus 26 cents for the round trip. a toe each week. for twelve ooneeouUre week in ichiiran.. Chicago and all Bret.Class CoI"' < -
Tickets 'sale the K..Im.. .... Valley___ POKMAL AND MODeL SCHOOLS I. Klnderrarten In Ita own traildlnc. :1 Prim.ry..nd Carstalrs'Rye
29th 30tb
00 and ,
July Witnvea the Honorable. Minor S. Jones Judreof OmmmaSohoolin.spenpbuilding. floss School
apalallyprepwPublic School teacher
; ,.August let, with float limit Aueim6tb< aid Circuit and the Seal thereof at the Court MU-41C SCHOOL.- 810.000 pipe organ a doaen pianos aeparate building lam faculty.' Echo Spring( Rye '1r .
For further Information apply .-to louee at Orlando. Florida this. the t* day of Thorough eoureei o r: 'nearest sgent,"or J, G.;' Klrkland,.; O -esa t. D i 1W6 B. ULESbEY. Clerk. ART SCHOOL.- Studio. Costly casts,, mode.la.; eta Lebanon Club Bourbon ,;" ,'
S..L By W.& HARWEL.D.! C
Stetson haa a faculty'of M profeaaora and Instructor. .. ...
., P. A.. Tatnna.. Fla. 4 a. ST..llt. Complalaanfe Solicitor. SS-I1 They hold .. from the Unlveralty of
nileavo. Harvard. Yale, Dartmouth.. Columbia Toronto Wake Font Laulaville, Wilkes
. Utrecht. County Corn
'. NA,8SVILLF.TENN.-RaLeor"one: iucknell. Unlveraity of Miohican. Pennl..,,,and other U n l'.t.i_ Them are over 8 OJ.wnl|la build. ..:
_ fare plus 26 cents for the round trip. Public Road Notice. /face and equipment;; nearly a quarter mllllnn dollar. andowfli.nt endowed library of jover 1.LIMW: volamea BUDWM Old Harvest CornCHASE'S 'J
"Tickets on sale June 10, 11, 12, 18. 19, ;a beautiful chapel with easily furnishings Includtng.taind. glass windowa T oil p palntinn
; Notion I.hereby given that H la the Intention:f "M i.OUI pipe organ; a Gymnaalum with _pete apparatiu' : an aaeloaed Athletlo Field running .
SO July-a, A, 7 with final limit 15 .
days the Board of County Commlaaionera of Osesolanounq. track tennis eourta.baseball diamond and gridiron balder eirlrn-nlnt. gait rosin and other aportai, ".
, from date of sale.. > Extension of limit Florida, at the next regular meatlna of separate 'buildlnn) for men and women. : ten larce laboratorie. for Chemistry Phy.tea. Maotoriolory.
' 80ay be had. said Board to be held a on Monday the ad day of Mlnerakwy and lolay..seal; ..... muaeuma and .hop.; electric lichta. electric; boll, .team heat
...... .
.
cement shall roada, broad ....
avenuea .Iou.oampua. shrubbery and truss social literary,
dip A. D. ima.) to eatabllah a new road from ; man
SAN FRANCISCO and :
LOS AN algal and other etudenta elube: star lecture eouraea: Chriatlan and non aeetarian teachin Tbe .lo BARLEY MALT
the *
where road from
Oranro Orlando
O KLK9 CALk-ferj lowrate.on gook -: atrike*the O.eeoa oounty oounty line. between aaetlona cation. .la beautiful' and healthful and u....pe_are,..., THE KING OFBOTTLED ;
count of-National Educational Associations .' I and a ln tp& r:ft e. to the ftOrtIJI.... of the For....lop,vtowa folder.*and Informatloa.addreia the J Pre.ld.nt Distilled '
wI Tickets on sale June 24th, to town of K..m.. ....city, In aeetlona IB and IS in tp "" especially for ,.

July; 6th inclusive. Final limit IitpW15th. :l6 a r 29 e.which chain road: .:Jual linka aa.followerCanm.no.1 ,treat of' t4.north.sat LINCOLN HULLEY, A. M., Ph. D. medicinal use

Stop-overs allowed and low eorner :aaotloa 8 tp 261 a r 21 a, than DEL4ND. FLA. BEER l' ".'
: y
aide trips ht"lnllblf1.) -" aouth 2 darters' et JO chalna to a pine tree on ,. .
.
the aoath vide of a..J'p... swamp thenoo aouth '
p 27 daarreaa wert S7 U: chain to the half mile Make ....' .
Notice. oa north line Mellon Join tpUSar: 2*% thenceeoutli .
2 daareei weat 79 chain and 84 link to the CANADA MALT
Notice la hereby ..... that ,thirty day afU, I bait> mile ataka on the north Una of eeetion 15 tp .. -.A..Atr6t.A. A_A .5.. k. AttAt Airlat/kafkrAtafkrAi ,

M'f. 2dae aaeettoa iiiatiiMjted> (by i of order to the atrtckhr eVtne..' ......council Ordiaaaeee enforce tho Ordinance marahal tho 1 wag 0'1 I SW Incorporation a T:W of..aw the Mof_..south 1 line ne 1-4 of'*7 Kiaalmmee of chalaa said .and...at 88 on'l6.aouthweitcomer link.aaldroute to NORTH NO. 0. $51.65 PER DOZEN and other .brands of

d It__City routine to the runmliur to be know aa the Donecan'. Koadnd, toaatabllah Whiskey too
K said road. aa a public...... numerous
within Incorporate limits of
.lanre
the
: vial ainim. a.... niulea.aheep. not*, and iwlna.jJLU Town.. Wltneaamy hand aa ex-omcto clerk: of said 'i : G to mention. .
i"S naraona havhw leoee atock
0 .noclo troatawlU and aave.....oxponae.. ... ameiiiej.In future br-the br bavlnato within daF lCClerk pt.]nos Circuit A o..JtI06.Coort..:Oaeeola')!E:-_L.aqr.LESLEY: Flria.Wa.H"'RWJLL.J.C. C. W. p a .;..:J I'.Ii..(

k .-redeeiB the aanM(raea the City Pound.; June Sib By : ., ,
J Ifp.. O J. R. GILBERT Jr. .
Town Clerk. : j
.. Whiskey Uottled.JnUOn f ,
-- - -
Public Road Notice .

Family Groceries -:. Fresh Meats. _.-- .,
Notice la herebyVTven that it la the Intention of '
.DO YOU J.1 the Board of County Commlaaionera of.Oeeealaeounty. Gulmiess's
Bass's Ale
Stout
Fwidaat the ant racular i meethiaT of . .
said Board to bo held on Monday', the M, day of *. .
,
., : July A. D. loot to ehance route of the public .. > .
( road aa It now runs from aentkiu IS in 'Townahlp If"
lianith"' of lungs/0 aaa t" ao aa to ran aa follow.: Delivery Every'Day at Any Hour. PatronaaQ; SolicitedRop -- ...- LOWESTPRICES BY THE GALLON
< Law the preaeat road bed tchalna _tit .18dKrrae ;Tr
.salt of,.ntarof aeetlon I IS tp2 r 80 etaenoa ----y----- "
_ oath W 1-il dagreee aaat 'ft*chain*through .-- -9 eYE;: : rom.23.00: : ::: lip .
I' ,I aeetlona IS.M.2JZ7.,..and *la tp:M e r-110'a .
/ theneo aouthle -- .oaat 168 chains through L CORN :from: : ::: 1 ::2..oo
f'i' up ,
,./ Yetl1K paid aeetloa IK and Intaraeet through with aeetiona'.Z. ll.i and U.uitpTarWato .. '. .

plat 500 ardiaD? $:::3.00
a. l.4of aaldaaetioa U; and W .aataUtah.. a.U Whex. up ,
hanced route aa a publla....... i} _. '_. .t., .01. :You: wash a. Y tAND4
4 Wltnaaa my hand aa ex-offlclo clerk of aald Boardthe j\ : j !' .' ALL. OTHER LIQUORS{ IN PROPORTION .
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:
tt iw uJ e.w sad official eaal of aid.Board Ibis. eta'day ej. .1 'Ittt: ." "- Nico''Eottlep.l! . ,.ANd" ?. ) , o. __ ;

iia gud's s auie ietS t.. BLEY. 1 :!' ,1"' 1 Ii. r 'k..It ..-; .,t ; tti.' .
.. Clark cireult Court. 0ee00Ia souse 114.., 0 ., S.-- .' r ,1.one I ,J'

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0.5 ia4.S4 4t. To Cur C'old lr Ore DalyTake : .; W iI'n':: ';f Y'r. :'y \A/\ / .METCALF.'C&
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w sa' t Wino La zktlre 'Bromo, Qulnlna; :Tab- .,I1 J.' [ ?:W'HIO r; t EjN;. JtJ.r&{i t ((00 ; ., . :
Y..nwt nsw. lea< All druggist refund the 'money ;

., a. ld Is a4fi U U fall to 011.../. E..' W, Orova' sig. *: .K it ::.". f ? ,' .' -I t., .' y&t;; ... '_:, \;.. -vy&boao&l' ,. :;.,-;:' ORANGE. AVE. .,, ORLANDO; ,,FLA.,
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