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: September 21, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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'tisalrr.a V.IUr..tablUh.4 B.tiU>tt.h*.N.wrMr l?ft* PmroaM.te,' p0y.J. ". SO.-: .O3,' ,Klsslmme**.: City, _FJa.: t ept. ,21. f9Oti.: Vol. IX No. 39

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limited Extent.ThWDrawdles.} 'I I we are able to glye thXortgla<< of We L .
J; SWTBflWtTHE() : 'I I returned with a fine. names' of '.ever.. localities on. t''& "

bunch of horses, on Monday which! side of the big l laks, as well as .a little
Y RUfW m 1 floe. DOW represent: part of the quadrupedpopulation ancient history not heretofore pub ,(;)LEARINGACESUMMER: -

. -"", of our city UI ed., Itjrppears that after'. the Crst i ; :

sr i .Over .the Country as Cane Is progressing;, some, of our big ra ln/N6ah 'landed.;pearly all the '
Happenings "
animals In the 1W'Ararat; .. . '
people think it should have boon spelled arkfron" --. 0 ,:
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Complied By tof Cor vain as., Its after production causesa bu roughttoFJotida'tho all Igatorsnd . , respondents. man to turn against his brother. > mocklnglfds! ;'Jlkewise'a few 1n-; '
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Potatoes.pre In fine shape sod the? sects. The--water had not receded su'ficlebtly (- : :

') hews Items. hog and hominy prospects. for thaxapi to allow landing,, until. the GOODSAT j : !
fi preaching winter are encouraging. ark had'drifted to this place l ,where It ,
; My last, week' article b "loJf' ben 'There is some,lckness amon If child lodged As the old boat was rotting' ', .'. ': : > ,' .' .: .' .. f :-

pit written under circumstances which hadcreated ren;'Mrs... MeCleltaad'. little one and leaky- was decided! abandon, her: ... . ,
; undue exoitment was not. man Mr. I* .Bass's boy baY been': on -the and return on 1hei1r.. steamer. after COST !, I' r" < I '

'fd as your,correspondent received a puny list but,we doj, 6t'anticipate t any the Everglades were drained., In:' the :M' : . . :
letter from the Hon,A. E. which oiled meantime that this 'w.. a goodly : : :
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serious results 1 c.-a; seeing . : . 'I' ,. ..; ,
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created calm . '
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and a health "
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ti the troubled wise the geoer 1 of our community land. begot t busy, and planted a '. r : r ,
,. which the aforesaid article was -whets )he made .the.'first. . .
during vineyard
Is I AjKthat oould be'deslred. .' ', . . : 'L.--. "
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disposed of. 'testing' It cfxhibits l :< :, J. .
Otherwise and
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Real estate has an :upward tendency "packlngham upon ra1r.'V ..
,WhI t.I.r Is, still in, the bloom of nine npvr bou'...i has ween rectedisince' the result exceeded his fondest ..experftallons. Wanted'for' the ; "", "'"' .
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|I youth and having been relieved from thejlrst,of January an.d ana and .- It was on this oooaston that i" f wish to call jour attention. to the f I ,

the high pressure steam engine reports t specifications for a number' others young Ham made that memorable'deI State Fal. and the nearnena to' the I- Aril Now Itpacisq:
t we are now basking the genial Mays have been laid out'and proposed.-.- and claration thae.the old man .Wrf taken I date oJ| opening,, NOV.I 14th'. Every; . ; ;; I.r rd'V.
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of mid September sunshine The' by the time the saw mill .arrives our "a born ;too manyf and for his .his\ citizen.in Osceola Count. Interested in ,

", 'propb't\ led September storm period building committee will 1>prepared. larlty his old dad took Ifam down 'a its'developeroect,;la,Interested ID the <, ' ** v '

now 0.1 although the. much Spoken .of to give them a thorough welcome. peg. The place was afterwards called- plat*Fair,,and particularly'-tU!. .x'hlblts / w
f 22d )s still ahead of.us, we ate going \ If any party could suggest a'remedy Peghorn ,commemoration' of the fro'm this,'cQunty. The 'bommtsitoners 'To offer for, 'sale\ the immense! stock 1
with our usual occupations careless event Even 'to this day.. ''few'ot: ,the made small t i
} on for the destruction of the leeches hat a very appropriation purchased from II. M. Pfadu'a'rte.: .
of the future, living only'in, the infest.borae. who are kept on damp Inhabitants+ think they must follow theexample so small for the'work'to ,b e : : : : :' ;
present, eating, drjnklbg. and being summer pastures It would be 'a great of. tbelr''illustrious, ..predecessor accomplUhed that it will be necessary: S duced ;pri
/ benefit to.many of our'cltlzens whose lie lefMQBsWoah to run the for'each to take 'a'' personal" interest S' needing. goods'' in my.line, .to call and'see ''., "
"" ReglstratioVbrooks are .open an/3! tiorsetTare subject to ibis nulsanc; truck* patch and went Into he 1 nettle .lu the county exhibit. and do'alt posslble -
$ before'
the.vote+lNe-expoot' roll up.. at the Mr. Tommle<< Thompson 'appears: to, business; some people seem': to- think to,make itA credit to Ourselves: g' ds'l1d' get prices, tniyV:. ,,.,
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next primary will make some,'of the i give been much improved by hisjjhied'leal that he did not make as big: a success 'resources..., .ing. ,Look'outJoradvertisement' next, ; , ,
, Bounty <6fficers think: they,are Iect.ed. treatipent'in Orlando, but is still of !it as he ought to have, seeing that- I hope the stockmen will get together" i i 'week. ,.." :c,"."' ;
white fly has not yet sppearodflour using crutchers., i be had an unllmhed'ra lle, but. .it. and arrange to 'make a creditable display :s ''J; -; .;

) midst. but. there Is a kind off Our new'mall rider Is giving perfect must be remembered,:that he' had no of blooded l :and.graded stock! '. -

greyish mosquito that bill. 't.brou. hour satisfaction,'he ta prompt. and accurate opportunity to change ..other'peoples Mrs.'L. w: ,P11Ie, and Miss Jesa, "

,y light summer, suits with a vim' In the discharge of his duty: brands.. It .was., some years afterwards Gardner have*, kindly consented'totake I. : ,
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that Is not at. all pleasant Our old veteran Bro.\Vheelcr.:has ; suite,a considerable few, 'and charge ot the Ladies Department tHJo. : '
Oar veteran',, A. C. Bass' bps had not been seen in our city'nor beard of the old ark. b.d' been refitted and.' and School Exhibit. duringthe Fair. , ,

another attack though not anythinglike by our'citizens sln.ce; the. picnic lit as changed into a clubhouse, that Christopher ''Tb.ladies the'county are, Invited UI"TO...OF, ,tow' MICES, ; IN aMs wweernrnijititttmmnmtmfi!/ ,. : '
as bad ':i the previous ,one, still this month ends the quarter suppose Columbus was making his and urged to prepare exhibits .of. theirhandwork I 1 ,

a' sulHclently severe to cause him tQ seekthe be tvlll coon be looking after his finances. second or was It -his third, voyagein and deliver them to Mr.' V sASaaMNNa /
of the Kissimmee'ltes for t search passage to the Gardner ri ____..4_. .. -__-_ '_ _
camp, >' ._ of a western PIT ley or Ml> c> or before ; : -;::- ..
Dr; IljversrMr. Those terrific little Cubans 'appearto : East Indies when one!evening after a I MOV. 1st. '\ tnnf" }tnifnt! ri'ir' 'imtmiirr' ' !' t K;
.: Joe Williams is erecting new be In trouble again ther had better difficult and tortuous passage from theeset The tsroers'! enu'fruit growers _
cow residence not Jar from tbe emporium beware our' Infantry companies are I coast his 'caravel. cast ,altchoVtIn .should''make: 'the farm products' and : ..1

'-I q ;'cruelty to animals J.,not. one of beginning to'get. excited, over the mat 'the bl;pond at. the' Old.-saw, :tnlU? fruit display wlthoutcharge\ and ,.take' TQ, 'THE PUBLIC.I .i ,

,his besetting sins. ter. With some of his officers' be landed the: 'receipts of sale at, the. close of Hhe' : .' ,
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'. El Bass' has bad 'a tasty painting The road machine is still, a- subject' and proceeded to explore the country Fair. -Two huntlredlbbxes of fruit will ::: n Ok : -

.:, job done 'on his new house which of enquiry among our citizens;; but as with a view'of discovering 'a passage Bit the exhibit liberally Last' 'year -- ... j a _- __. '

makes a very floe appearenoei 'Tampa has bought. twenty. mules for into tbe Ea.t'Lake..U.. was, surprisedto about fine half, the, fruit "rotted.the: I1:' Expect to open In:the'btJlding.neit: 'to,.jQtslmmeavDrug: '

Grars cuttingand, had making' has .anltarf purposes we think. thav perhaps find a delegation on tbe porch of balauce brODi'b\ a f-prlce.-CZt: &.-... 'fc="Company. in-Uionattfaw,day a full lies'Of''
the order of the 'day.on.' the welcome hita.There'were Orthreeooxee'it -' ' J '_ '' r
been 'Pat.rl..ro our" little dVbve may "have .. the club house:wfcltingto grO4r': will give: two' '* E V- ''i-.1- -'-V_. :. Hi.T!, I Illll.i -.I I I 11 .,.I' I I I HMw .
;' Drawdy plantationTbe beneficial e 'ecooLbe: health of the ,C. M. W"rdCoL.'yari''A.BUl ;, ; will be'sufflclent.rwlil '
t' being'satisfied that his.tear's supplyis county, ,. Bowlegs, Tom Tiger Tall and > heed prvserveA fruits'In glass DRY' ', 9QQ; ,. : anTOttIOI S. st

housed has departed for'-your city MI..-Marih.. and Miss No'raTumblln'are'visitors other old.. settlers,, original ''and ali- these! will ho'returned: same ,as., last .. r ,,'\ '
of resting. for'' a few potatoes. all kind. -,. ,; 0 .' I :t.
Swith the Intention atthe'otty and as 'the original., Old Colly cried out' /'whatdo ,e.t'. :.Corn sweet .
:I'MI.ys.'Stu ,, company' yf these'..enslble young I.ice.?" Cot Vans with his usual of havf-:' anneclj'-m9aitslpeiasv; ; ; beans.. o.E. ,*" ', 7.4't, ,::4 Ot4. .a ayes eoC...Pnltt"y1ltlApltl ... .-:.. ':'i"' ,; .
John.and'1/rut'wltb,ibelr ally lUv UiHm. : ..Iwaya-sppteelmted they' 'can: urbanlVr 'an "'abfittttTadhpt''Eftntelf. ci\ I..V; niifi, ''unb'p'klns' : squasheseggpUnts ,- .. r';. ., '.
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hale'been In Oardnor-nti, Inspect. '' olreumstattoes they1'were' any thing that ecu' bpro- :> Very.tnl1f' ,:":/ ':;: '; :, ,
.ens always find a true welcome among us; to, seeing ; ; . < .' {,' '" '$' t' '-. '
.; the houses Frank' Godwin,,has. returned from foreignersand sailor men,, replied, Vuce&ontbefatu'Ii! ', wanted'.. Please ', 'j\, \ .. ,", .. "'f''r V
Our old veteran, Durham Hancock, '" ,< t.. M lg, tbeq m.Vltat b.veand brie .,N... T; 'I' )Ai -:
his,cow hunting;: expedition and .was An:ark 'oor-see.; .. ?a -:- I report't.o. .. you ', ', ". "" ",,' I" "N -." "
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.,has been afflicted from chronlodlsase ;not having attained Iloo', Re.peesdollff'Vuy .
' ( 'on our street' a few-days since recelalug yoiing ,ian, yet >l' 'i', .
,J sae but: is on't.be' ;road, to'.improve-'Ii'- tbecougrstufatlons.othls l "< many the honorable and. <' dignified ,.title..0'I <'.,'W.L.Y. ,,., AN.>.tmerIfVvk' . CYr. a, .?
:.went at present.Wtf; r ( ; $$$ 'friends* 'Rlley Godwin appears to be' the" Qcleo ,rwa'bI4.Crl.ta'. 'privatesecretary. .\" /*"' VI-I I ,\ '' m
Hunters paradise is ajraln/ still on the range.'. '' ':" '" ** .; He promptly recorded ;;the '

with a'determination which 'bids fair The thermometer' Tow In/ the 80' the answer'as KArooossee.as the name' ) worth a. pound :ot' cure.' !there ,/, -' .,. *- -' ,'
;''r'to i produce results.; The dears'' "are a and Oleasant pointing1: across, the lake to what: are many poor' 'sufferers, Consumptives Jr050' \ -
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and the nights are ; who bopeless getting well $?
!-T ,',little shy but tlje bunt.er. are both vigorous another feature of our delightful' climate Was then' known a. Squeegee, which, Is who if they are bad taken' oars. of themselves !, , EO"I..:.,. . ..'f' 't:.

.1i and per 6ve.. which we are not gvateful'enougb Greek, for Jumping off place, .be a.ked'Lbe could now txL, well.. A cough ,, : .....
l' Rev.: Mr Alderman, serving In name Of that, W-rd amazed at U the foundation of Consumption PH'AR aM" AC'V'! S
for properly appreciate.If
to 1\.1'
; place of l'o.Gu, ,'occupied the,pulpit Charlie, McQualg Esq4on.'t such ;-dense* 'geographical ignorance, .Ballard.s.- cough.Horehound Mrs.\ 8.Syrup>Ureat will Falls oure.th.t. I. ' : ,. _

.t/t. of the Missionaries on last 'Sunday. come on with, some' more .of. nls exclaimed 'holy .smoke! : "Ribald Montana writes:,I.Jin ve 'used Ball- THE U2ADINQ/ DRUGSTORE: ,F ,
Gen.,Packtagbam has' not served us .oirner5 will fellow" says the Capt., "he means St. ard's Horehound Syrup la mb.family- i
; In a spiritual wayfor some time, tbetopers railroad yarns, property market Cloud." And as 'livingtestimony1. to far years, my- children, never >sufferwith Z tat.: ,ian. ,
believe that the is
of this
begin io the t.ruth'and accuracy acoounttSt. .' 'S.
D. DaOur
Wbittjor Is D.} coughs" '
i' school say is still progressing, some lDayl.ol1ow.being loftate4' and. dire1. consequences* .. Cloud. It. is to 'this.day.llatnopo'rr18., Sold' by-Rodersoos.._ Pharmacy., ", I ; POMT fOMEt ":.USr" .. I
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of the boys 'are' like the Cilkenmev c' ,and Lee Basle still In hunters paradiseand'Is ,Death'of: Mrs: Wescott. "" >'. ?uT /I 't
snarling, biting, tCratcht "t
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cats expected to make an Important Pine Grove Items. .
ghtlng, but. the. Doctor'follow. ,''them. capture ere many, moons wax and ifrs. Kettle Wescott, :sixty-eight' ;.Wjien'in I ,;tieedVof: ;"anj1 l
pretty.close and .a 'Jacket. warming wane.' News has. .been received t.Q'tbe effect! year of age, mother of .William, ,AWescott : -

, scrape up usually follow the.vlcEor: andvanqulsed. The rest of that poem 'Some' other' that Mrs.,Henry' Bass'; whq baa: been' , passenger and., ticket,: agent ..'thing'. ; Uv.the" T, ..,..Dr.. .. ",g"Un.. '.,". I

t; time.l ,. O.' I. C., very 111, l now recovering. ot.the AtlantiCoast< Line railwaydied ; S
Oranges are still, In fine hape, and ,Mr.-Lewia Shiver passed thrdugh at tthehome of her son.. 125 Ear' ,iI'

tl on .omeof the-trees ,are found fruit Narcoossee 4 News, andVNollsense our district. ; last Friday on'his way Fifth street, at .8 o'clock:, yesterday ''fL Btottlp.'ot "flerblne', \FREE tqfiyeraSunny r(Guatoaer'y j :

'that begins to have.the flavor:: ofrlpeness -. The first shipments' 'of grapefruit town from his place in tbe''countl"l.. morning, after 'an. illness ofsonrt" .. h ,

i were made ...'week: more this, week; :Quito number of our boys'.and time t ( VVVVWaka6iaeiuEr .. ,. r 3
I- been enjoying. these nights the .funeral services will be held at, G
family has re girls are '
Beau Drawdy' ; The
r.;",... _stored to health, that gentleman' h with J3atsumas. ..nd. Boone's week. ,, early' skating rink; ':A few falls only, tends the residence at 4:o'clock; this,, afternoon : : : ,, y., -,*.:,, , r
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also,about. to seek quarters: 10 ".your ,oranges, following was :bares to make t.bem.mor, ,determined. -to ,, Revv C.'D.Pr'enkle'rectorotiit .Aeilk'.adcrfkltc. A_ .
: An. official of the railroad t fJ.
I camp tora few days.Mrs .. l learn, :; Stephen'! Episcopal- ''ohutchE 'official k i"'
t' i few days ago getting plans for theenlargement '
Mice Alice of little\ Eula: Bass,, 'hasbeen :JStablesl
ef Mondeoca, formerly of the depot One pupils,' ting. uxhe I South ; :'' ; ? .
''.f.'t Bass; !has one of tbellne.t boys that. ,:\ Fred' JU WoodhanV: returned out ot<< school this, week on 'aa- ., ; .pall bearers will ,beprJanes . , '. 'i! j., ,.,
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berg count ot Trelsback .
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thumps.Mr A.
t 'has yet been presented to 'our. H.-PIttcnan; '
'and.Julian is .as proud' ;a: man as Monday from"u; .a long.and pleasant visit : Sam Barber passed through CX; DOI1.t o, hWc' J D.. ,Stark; J. W i r->- -;, .: :LIV RY "> 1 I' .
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r.. walks the 'streets of our'city. to England Pine Grove. last week on, his 'way. ; ,to CaDnon.p.; Crowder, all railroad 0- : .. 'j Ir
< ; : far :Mr, anl1.Mr'Durnbam', ;; came from VVV : *"_ FEED'" "
The Whl Llesrjiecord". baa ,thue town. men. The: interment will.be In Evergreen *i V '1 ,
this their old home 10 Pea Moines, to Orlando ,: V -Ct' _f". i
\ Arthur Shiver I
balled to PU\O') .h.ppearance, 'Wlllle. eldest son of cemetery.'Mrs. I ,au .
l'mogtb, watlna! l'iuppoe.&for, the lat. last week ,and will 'come her*: entered our' school this' week., We. .Wescott. was a good hr ..t1'bwomao.aod' .t vs. ;< _. .' .,!, '

'?;eM ..RIlroad'newe., soon to look after their grove. are glad to>>,include him! in our' numiberi had' >ma ny ,friends who ..., ,SALE" '! .:
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'' Mrsi: Dr.'Ennls!: with her mother and ST'.B."gJ' :" r,. ;.. ? "l, a
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; The''yeteran R, < ; Carl will'arrive from Chicago -iMr will be deeply grieved, tojearn .-. .. ........' .... ......,.-= ... ,- r '. "' ,. .
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,'tr'l)keeping close-at present our peo *,' and.< Mre. Bansenhaye deaths which'was so unexpected., .. : "
M.le; are.beginning to,believe that,home .a abort time! fora"--"'winter's._..'_,"_.: 'stay'with_..;_,..,,_! l returned homefrom'Philadelphia.'We .- -- -'Tt'J'frpnll8Ot.t1TM' ""thevarious : INSRAIVI:,&: ILBEfT t<'PROPRIETORS., ;', : :,., 'j 'i, _

,aUractlonal'oausfng, him..to, ,neglect th VVDoctor'., have missed the faces of Harry railroads will place a handsome floraltribute i' -'. : f ; ,.. _; ._ : -. .. '
f'our cltyi. ;rand: Mrs. Fell and family, havetotleq and Frank Whettal from anaonif, onlyranks on'the'Dewit'made grave .this : : :' V : ; '

?.;,dramblers. retreat..and Idlers'. ,row safely out of Russia' November., and are this'.'weekv i\\ : afternoon.; J4r.,'W lCOt..Ii"'" the sympathy BROADW5IY;; ;OPPQSTTEPOSTOICE" ?j M ., j 4 tf,; '
still flourishing'rains coming Just expected at the point In : Ord and Columbps Bass, two 'of of the community Tin, 't.blabJ.,: 4 "Klssimfnee "IV' r'
i fare 102. II '
school are both getting alongprosperously Qnlon..Bep'.l. Phone ,, ,
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':often enough to render low round. our most promising young men, are saddeboarlTimes. ; : :
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: too wet to work. and with' a good atten' attending school town this year. All 'Ktnda Hauling. || Plorl d
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ji' Whittier swamp continues In a tad dance.. 'I P"',O. Po! 8ho peitsiit' Relief. l I : -" .''; .fJ.; dF

i a< pole CoDdlt.loa'"Dd ,our. .democratic The.sanatarlum on' Lake Hendon 'If you aretroublecfwub li"er'' 'complaint ,-. .... -,, 'Y'r'Y'rwr.'i'r'fl: ' ? !-:' 'gi'Y '-;"Yr 4' fF .
for about'OcC 1st. received help -
will knd not "
patients have.
open V'V'' 3F'V
and the
r ifc..:rooster. is fa better heart as Mrs. Mary'EV 'Hammond F ,. ,. ', .. tri
,,0' can'lnt"off'' some of''hU j A large number U expected during'the read this. -- ". I .o;' } - r>t .
hawks ar Editor li.slmm.eVallef: "Cszette-w, Mood,Texas."I was in poor health ,
think that I Winter .... .. ... '. ,
Jial* children be appear to ' it, is'; reported' with liver trouble for' over 'a ,year .. ,' -1:1-.. vt' ;, 't tM 'f.t' 'r -. .-. ek
that '
'CS'D.tlDaD&Jf8'; Anew, c tt.aaeanci: a-:.number ,,of J amp Informed/; ; Doctors -did me no good and .I tried\ :;;:::1 t .
Srjth proper economy useful and ornamental that I hI..1gDed a petition for; pardon . bottle eared ',rhea :, ,
uPPorft.hoae.t.ha'.that'MC&Pe... (, other improvsments Osoeola Herblne. and three NEWOCER; ) : ,& g
q ? circulated In' Herblne, as
-. brigade have been mad. at. the. pointon Dowbe'E<< I 41..n'00 mnoa for ;;1 ,
line ,
The pole,' hook and\ Fell ground,. ,. : and Orange counties: ,I, wish to say It Is. a 'woo
',bate been:doing week some, but floe..wawp''muttonpW ;work:' during -'The the pl'C.pect.llor'a good game season through your-, :reliable'columns', that always yow have wish.It In t..the;;!.'house.- -*' 11t\?PublUkWhare -' r ... tw.ban'\ Jedopeeod stand, lip'''''/Ht1aaO4. ;B..,..::.,....,-........i.I-, _. e

s the past are' promising.; Everybody/ neither of th.pan !itobr their friend .br BoberMm Fhaiteaoy' :; ".S T 4 t '- VTW i i.ofd
'. beeps oat of thai hunters rangerM *bale -; i Bold fP : 'PAMILYQMOCRIBs! ;
pardon '
been too busy to.Indulge Ionany.Tio-; now,seeking T Ter-; pre- ANqY ,AltO
ff'.. /, palmetto' ".is\puttlnrrj'0n: : ,ctd Its: laUonbf lobe'IfIlolM! l...." ;1 sus and there,petition to!me;and f ortberI HELP; IS<4OFFERED ;; ,. t...- .. -M. ci'-i/+nDeeltnllr'lOuol' + share of, .. public

l --Tienis sad)Broad!.y*rt> lookiBg'well'an4 V'nis*. have o versigned; \:nor;autboi4s d To woaftd'o; ..:&' t, patrons.,''' :..Free. delivery to all parts of +

,. DI'.[ '.1, vyiittbrA.'' i' :her of 'good sales of beef onythei. boot any one.15e fed met tq sign:'.the, petlMo -< s ssvs.b as a.ter ;>:ltlf *.... en,. ,: .

;! 1Ir :i.eryWilku.ae4 hasboasmede: .. \> ,, *'of etbetofsaid>> } :.appli..St.'Vet'ir- >- .. ..
h;'-. berg for;. ie.r" ;;: dui;:,vi wing';the- yafooosseeans are-tfSjjJMSHly Mite parOooi before the Pardonuvr;:: rc1: sst Bo'a. "T8 COLLIE! ..COLLIER .. ''f' ,.
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; ;: : AtlCtl' ,CAUSED >A PANIC,' ,.. '-___ The Age of MarkJaery.. l ? WHY. ? ,

1 WITHJ v.We lire -In' tb"e 'age "machinery. Mamma-Remember that ''eYefy'
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: The' thinking: directing mind be-' ,cloud bas a silver lining. .
'*. rIs t Gnat Crush(ef Pseple'to l Oat Glimpse conies dally of more aceouht, while Little Bes*-Then why don't God
I of Her' t Unvellln'o 'of'Mot lnl.y mere brawn' alls ,correspondingly.; turn 'em inside cut Chicago Newsy

Question, of Government Statue at Columbus, ,Ohio-1 value from day today; That: eccentric

.---- philosopher, 'Elbert'Jlubbard..
WORST OF ECZEMA
Ownership,' Says,'Bry n. 'With A panic threatening In, a crowd says in one of his e.a)'., '''Whr a FORM,

vutlmated nt '50,000 people. surging machine.will do better work: than the

.., about'' the stand'' erected In th. 'capitol human hand, we prefer to. let the machIne sn..k, Splotch All Over JI'--'G'eeM4,
r_ Mew Clww BT.r-Cor: l by '
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LouisviiLEjs! "WELCOME ,:grounds,, at Ooluuibus Ohio, fran do the work. '' the Catlcur _..041.0.
.. , Mrs. It has been but a fw year since
." ." Uo to recure, a ,glimpse ot Nicholas About four yurs 'ago I was a llctecl'; 1
the cotton gin, the "spinning Jenny"and'
rLonyworththe. president' with bUck splotches all over my face and
-- "U -- the power loom displaced the 'a which produced,
fdr '
daughter; ui Into South of Gnat. Commoner,. hand..picker the spinning wheel and Irritation -'Illd. which'
Ae> nt the dedication o( the McKinley woii.il- Hogs Becoming Stiff. hard work' a strict attentionevery a severe itching 4
and '
Made the hand loom] since the reaper and cau'ned ma a great 4"! of annoyance and
4h. Ocac.lonof EnthutU. .
Is' mont wetv suddenly terminated Friday detail of the bu.lne.
The cause of vhln aggravating trouble binder : "at'l was '
"1" 'the rake and tedder the uttering to inch an extent t l
-' I? atlo; Outburst In KentuckyM.tropolla afternoon after the, statue of the mar Is damp.beds and overfeeding, t.Effective mowing machine 'took the place of forced to call in two 01'the :eating physicians .

,. tyrod president had been hurriedly both ot which can be veryeaslly rem- Nest the old. cradle, scythe, pitchfork and of my town:,Alter i. .tborodgh examination' -
-unrolled by. :Mrs. Long -orth. edied. When the bogs.are stiff'they. Trap hand rake; alnce-tho friction match et the dreaded complaint they.
--- A very-'slmple trap nest Is thus described announced it to b akin, in its
The' prompt action of the committee are meat ,.sure' to be -constipated, as superseded the flint and Under:? since ecpems
KtaUrlug lie southland for the flnit by Orange Judd Farmer: One Wont form. They treated ma for the
.,_, ,, on arrangements, was regardedas these, two generally go together, the modern paint factory replacedthe 1
: but the
side,and part of the ton sam forhV; l ngth of one year,
time la two year, Mr Bryan Wednes the out for '' and top one .compartment
Letting bogs a run,
most fortunate, for the crowd was ;ilal and muller the paint pot treatment did'me no good. Finally; my
.
Is removed'to show thai Interior
lay 'received .welcome in ioula.rtUa beyond control and the shrieking of having the pens clean anct'dry are and paddle. huaban. purchaitd a set' ot the Cnticura
,
I :whichv'.'' !. warmth has not been Burassed womon, and children caught In tho the best remedies. If you'' think a construction., Each compartment In every case where machinery has Bemcdiaa, and after-twin. the contents of

by: any of the greeting 'kI. 1& crush wa rapidly working the crowd little .advisable, give tor hogs ; should be thirteen Inches. wide, been Introduced to replace hand labor the first bottle of .Cjaticura Keaolvent in
weighing 100 pounds a teaspoonful fifteen inches high and thirty Inches 'laborer connection with tb. Cuticura Soap: and1Umtment '
'him -since his return from his tour into tainted ; the hAve resisted the
T&any
a frenzy; ; women ,
deep, while the nest box twelve tin breaking out ntiralystopped ;
'' each of mixture of saltpetre and jo ,
of;tho world. His.arrival.: In the city a change: and as the weaver, the .
>> and were? carried out lot tbe crowd : inches square and three Inche. deep. ;>> 'i' continued tie u. of .h. Cutecurs I
half and h..U.-New York '
: ,YOked a great outburst of acclamation by the police. Two wore so badly sulphur i Every; poultry raiser knows the value emp.treses, and the farm. laborer Remedies for six: mouths, and after

from thousands marcher and burt that they bad to be removed Witness. of a-trap: nest, so.it'is not necessary protested against new-fangled loom, that every aplr-tch t a. entirely gone and
:jet. more thousand ,on the streets 'In an ambulance. -. .... to.enter Into Its utility., AnT number sewing machines alai agricultural the affected part irtro left a* clear as ,.
Implements eo. In more recent time ever. Th CUHCUT: Kemediea not only
.HU reception at the armory at night Throughout the exciting :Mr rho Best .Horre. of' be constructed Bide .
scene them.may by have- cured of that diMra; enema
t where ate addressed a crowd,of 12,000 Lonffworth remained cool and eelf-pos- There 1 I. a growing; demand among side, and all equipped In tho same compositors typesotlingmschines.: / protested glass blower against but other ma eompLcale-:dreadful troubles a* well.

,geople, ,-wu nothing less than' a vol- noised, but afterwards said: *'Jt "was the farmer today for A .horse that manner.. The doorway'at the front Is against bottle-blowing,, machines, and Ligie K. Sl.dg. /540 Jones A..., Selma.'
of' enthusiasm. 1* a Good-not a falr-r-riadster and Inches wide and twelve inches Ala. Oct. 88 1805." '
,came eruption the Vorst crash I ever witnessed. I tetv painters against ready mixed paints. _
The mass meeting at the armoryoonatttuted at the same time hold his end upvheo high, the door Is twehe'Inchea
nave, neon nothing like .It. In my trip And a* in the case of these shortsighted
Kentucky1) greeting oa around the world. It comes -working on 'the square and Is caught at one corner classes of an earlltr day, so 'William Dean Howella can tell by your

:tit ''ot. the south. Mr Bryan was The conimlttoe on arrangements had farm.-t-The man that bas such an animal with a screw. When It 1* set the ,with theIr Imitator of to-day, the accent what city you came from.

'welcomed by 'his whilom' opponent; expected an. enotmou, crowed' on 'to.Cunt 11 a.' certainly' a "Jewel" and doorway Is open, but when. the hen 'protest 'will 'be in 'Y.ln.! Its' Is a protest 1 FADED TO'/SHADOW,
advice is to to it and
-HenryWatterson,. who presided, owthe'meeting. : (- the'preionco' : of.Mrs I onx- our mare.by bold on' alt ---- against civilization against! ,the -
Itbo mean.
''Th.'' other'speakers pre.oedfnt > worth, but In view of the solemnity should a ; 'common weal,-against Ihelr owh'rvei 'Worn Down'by''Five' )earl of Suffer* 'r''
breed from 1&, for the, off sprite-of
Mr. Bryan were Senator Car- and dlfrnlty'of the' occasion, they be.: lug From Kidney Complaint .
such an animal' I* *urr providing fare.The
'slack of, Tennessee, representing t IiIO tiered,tht. crowd would be easily keptIn the alre 1 I. what he should bo-to' be ire ice. history 'of'all, mechanical 1m- ,Mrs. Remethe Myers, ot 180 South '
-.nth. and Sepator "W, J. Stona .,! rostraln Under pro luenta show that workmen ire
,ol-dillary circumstances of more than average value.-Kew Tenth St., Ironton, 0.,''saYa: "I have
the first to be benefited by them.
Jllaa who Introduced the guest
urt., the pollee arrangements York Witness.
hard time and have
worked In my
The Invention
of the machine
, ; H. instead of exposed again
throwing ot
When Bryan entered the hall lean quickly found they were '. thousands
power rIncraaatha Currants/ women out of employment increased and again to change
,
;,leg 'on the Arm'' of Mr. Watterson, lens to copo.wlth the at'throng.. of weather. It la no
tlttle'curr'ant the demand to such an> extent that
'there wa a demonstration Which, lasted Governor Jlaifls attempted to quiet rA.dd' to that Jpatch'whIch ( winder my kidneys't'are
thousands have ,
women been em.
has been:appreciated so many
__ ton ,minutes, thoueand of flags the crow.l. "Keep1 tack," he shouted. out and I went
ployed, at better. wages,- for shorter
time by the good wife. A. r.oon:
'
,toeing Waved In-union'With' the surges "you are (runningthese people la as thj leaves begin to fade cuttings hour and easier work where hunt a-Il'to'' pieces .at last ,;

'of cheera'that' swept over the thtong.' front 'death." The governor voice from six to eight Inches In length Serviceable Trap Nest. dred before worked in laborious For five )'ears,1 was
As the noise. had subsIded could not be heard awayq'bow fading away and( '
coon as 20 feet should be made from the new wood misery to eke out a pitiable exist a ,
:,, ,)(1'' \Vattersoa began ,.hia. address<< of (,ever! on'' account
'welcome.. then becsme'so alarnifnx that moist loam, and while doing-It take opposite endyto the screw catches in weaving machinery, with a&Tlc HllralImpl9'wcnlaln : month I could not get out ofthe' ,

Mr. Wattorson,.ald'lll parts those on the stand asked :Mrs. Long- particular pains to give the -soil a an Iron,,stapl jthlch prevent It from fact, It 1 I. so with house. I rae nervous, resU".., rand

*I '*:resoii.ilzo. : a* our chieftain ,in this worth to come, forward. the hope firm pressure around the base of the being moved By>the captive, hen. every notable Improvement. The sore .Ieeple.the'mornln. 'at night; and. laDle and

fcpproach'jxj conflict the Hon. William that. a gilmrse of her mighty 'satisfy cutting. In the. fall befo-e. the The tops oftjjo nests are provided multiplication of book la the lust In .- Sometimes everything '
.
'" "Jeunln's* Bryan,:of Tfebreslca.f the crowd. She'' came-to the. front of ground treeses, give 'the 'new bed a Jwith/ a few slats at the-forward end decade., a direct result of the' in.ventlon .- ; bloated would whirl and blur before

I ."We purposeto '''reform: ,, not to rev the stand, and' it was' seen at once covering o* some good mulch.. and for light and ventilation, and each of linotype machinery and, me.wear I tight clothIng so badly,'and I had could to put not

; olutlonUo, the>'KOvernmeitt.\ We ,.purj that' something must be done |aud, It tills.will serve as a means of preventing compartment be a trapdoor, hinged < fast presse. ,on shoes two sixes larger than usual.
atthe top so the hen can be removed The mixed paint Industry, in which
trom'throwing ,
action of the frost
lOON to reestablish dcmiicratlo lnU.cation wa. decided; tfti anvell the statue at the urine disordered
The was and
-
I from the nest. The nest box Is carefully designed paint for house passage
provided
cuttings out. '
In tho jmtlqn's.capital\ return- once. Mri. Long-worth they pulled the the Plant. I
two were dreadfully frequent.
with screws at each side painting are prepared on a large
; Ins to the Voter* whit: belongs the 'ribbon attached to-wires that, are between. one and two year* ,
_ __ .l'a which dreW'the to just forward from the middle. Tpeserest scale by special machinery Is another got help from the first box of DoaneKidney
i. a 'voter .We, purpose to drive from the flag covering( the statue aside. A our are Just about in proper shape onblocks, with a.V-shaped top. improvement,of, the same type. I Pills, however, and by< the
''tIoo'I'''f the senate those who'alt then :man hoisted on 'another's 'shoulders, be planted in the" Acljl.-New' York The nest is balanced so the weightof '.The cheapness and general excellence'of time I had taken four boxes the pain .

,;i ,.not as'aervant'of. the people, but a* grasped the ribbon.'and the wire and .Witness. e a hen when she step on the front these products has so stimulatedthe and bloating were gone. I hare' been '

.+corporation rounseU! We, purpose to they. went quickly torn'into' fragmentsby ,- ' edge will tip It down, thereby releasing consumption ot paint that the de' In' good health ever since."
drive from the floor of' the house the relic f>e kers. What's TAken From Ule Soil. ; the wire end'that hold the door wand for the services of painters' --Soil by 'all dealers. 60 cents a

+'fPflftlrf'r' alas hi*,rule committee who Mr. and Mr*.. Longworth had an.ex- thirty-bushel crop of wheat will' and, allow It.to. fair ''Two piece ot has corresponding! multiplied. Before i bolo .iFosteivMllburn, Co.. Buffalo, .

feay: rnada'an antocracy,of that which dnr-experlence'la eicaplng. from remove from the soil forty-eight wire are vied. One 1 Is made.fast t<5 a the- advent of these goods awellpalat" :, N. Y. _____________ '- .....'
ws created a legislative body In "sv the crowd at the' capItoL From, the pounds of nitrogen, nine -pounds of screw eye driven in the front edge of house was noticeable Wati

--word.:;:"ire purpose< readjust the lost speaker stand they went through pot uti 'and twenty. pounds, of phosphoric -. the box ancj extends up tearly to the .from Its rarity, whereas to-day an Ill- All That Coming. ,

>'1 ttano between the, people and their 'window overlooklnlt a' platform into .acid.' If the grain alone is under side of tbe top, where a piece painted house Is conspicuous. Theresa ,was a''mule unusually

wwmaken."O .' 'the governor's office, but they were I' sold it remove: from the farm thirty oj cord is tied to It'.. 'The cord passe Nevertheless the painters a* a mulish disposition. She belonged to
three pound of nitrogen nine through, screw eye and'toward the rule, 'following the example set'' by 'Jean: Turootte, a Frenchman possesf
{ .r Jury 'I.,tbe nation; 'our proof scarcely Inside when the people,, boKan >>- f
AJM :record :'of the republican party; to surge through the doers from pound of potash and fourteen front of the box. where, four Itches the weavers, the sempstresses and sea( of rally remarkable''' fund of patience1 ,, ;
1 fwltness pound of phosphoric acid. $lxty .from the eye; It in tied to the longer the farm laborers of old, almost to a but he needed it all, for.Ther ,
awr Theodore Roosevelt our 'the corridor and the office '
: ', wa -quickly bushels of corn, If taken from the 'piece of wire that extend- to the door. man, oppose the improvement, H eta was DQt only a beast of burden
stboaey.'ilr.lirysn, of Nebraska Ailed; They'then attompted to reach farm; will remove atty-slx pounds of The wire and string are adjusted so 1* a real improvement, however, and but a. burdensome beast. ;
'
lit.. Wattei_., spsaen. .toueked' off an automobile.'Which wa waiting for' nitrogen. thirteen; 'pounds of potash the front end of the 'wire passing Imply.* because of that fact the sale I It Turcotte wished to go up-hlllr

Mar ps 9t-Mp, rittbllli iiu atiu..t'',a.t. the Uient on,. the '.treet,' bllt.ODce ouUUo and twenty pounds
eMrre. fwd wMaM. tlttha, tAls.a us prima.eM they sere caught In surging' crowd. ald.j? ,i Are,you replacing this eitherIn ject a quarter ot r an loch and supportthe 'during the present year It will tall down If Turootte yearned to ride

to,tor..Bryan asid.sBWri-Bftre' h* Finding no .Immediate'avenuevof, escape : the shape of_manure,".commercial door,! When the hen step on the not far"short of 0,000.000 or'100.000.000. ,- I In the shade, 'nothing but sunshine '+ '

111:004: ,Wee hton ,and 'ctve' him."wls- they; fought their"'way out of fertilisers or: a': rotation B,., this box, and' drag the'Tire down that gallons.,, '. .- ,' would'dO for' Theresa. If the Frenchman

tom," the'au4SeIlC8 yelled for five mlri- the oupltol ground and aeroal-Broad .tin}* ;you all. no doubt;,know -what we pull the long wire 'In and the door Hindsight<< Is always better than expressed a wish to go forward.

.fees;' Mr;: Watterson finally oommaod1 street into the'Outlook building..Thero think ot,"robber'? cows and w* apply drop. By opening the trap door, t: foresight, and. most of' ,ns jrho, de-, the mule was Immediately, eled with .

',*.*,silence:'kID'.:;.DOun' to Introduce thOYll'fmlaJuued lI/ff; : carriage ''III"j 'the sane thing to the' farmer who. th.' top It Is" easy ',to set, the, door 'plor tbe shortsightedness 6f our ancestors a'd.slre to "crawfish" In the opposite ;

.AenatpffCarmack of Tennessee. i secured And the police cleared a way i: he robs hU laneS...!: certainly rob- again. would do well to see that Wo' 'dlr blon. Yet Turcotte bore wlUl'

__. Senator':Carmack was followed by to It. and they were driven to the biDe hlmaelf. . do'not' la. turn furnish -"terrible examples . ,her for six lon&tear. __ __ 'j

Venator'Stone, 'of 'f Iasourl. ,who In Hotel ITartroan. Later they took,'statq Nor: 're'Y/I.g18./ :.' Current'Farm Chat. ? to our posterity., Finally, however; .Theresa- balking 'i

'w 'tew'' words, Introduced Mr, Bryan. for Clncinantt. Dock oa the:---T Farnu P. O." at a time when!" she was weighed down i
.The'demonstration.hlch'greeted Mr.\ Pure-bred seed 'goes hand_.In nand. with two bags of llnMf, backed''Oft '

_ ;;8ryaa on his entrance to the hall wa Duck are a source of 'quite a good' with pure-bred stock and Is every bit THE',HORSE OF YORE.,,* ", the dock into deep 'water, and forever
'sa\ HARD HIT.Investigator .
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NOBODY { deal of profit to those who "make a as eazei tlal. '
!
renewed'as' the totspeaav" vanished from sight... ,
arose
Jfebraskan '- of raising them, and thereIs "catch crop"lust ,
specialty TI1.JDo't! prominent was Thirty Fe.t'In'Height and Wee "Theresa Turcotte" breathed the, ;
'of' Georgia, Soldiers" -no reason at all but',what they 'now 'I* to catch up with the be leaned
\* Hard to Mount. Frenchman fervently.-
la his which followed hviad0 ;
speech
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be made to be profltablewhen weeds. .
Render Mild could
Home Report. ,
c over the edge 'of, the wart to shake
;a more explicit statement a* "The'legislative committee appointedto kept In maU number on Individual Speaking with a nearby farmer recently Out in .W)' mins' a lot of scientific :
at .
to his position in the. ''mattr"of rgortrnsgoat ,Investigate. the Georgia Confederate farms. 6rrespondent of the Farm he- said that his- .day's work grubbers have unearthed the fossil remain lids fist the rising bubble, "I 'hope

..< ,-1fAenhlpoi,, railroads. In Soldier'' Homo, at ,.Atlanta .concluded Star, ,in urging farmers to 'take up "commenced at'sunup 'and ended at of a horse thirty feet long,vend for once that"you got' yddF'coos' complete 1'

"""", ."ead alienee .he>react.0 lengthy. state its'work'and made public Its' findings the raising of ducks says: sun-down." snore Ua...' thirty feet Ugh. The grubber satiafy. ':

l nent'elaborating' hi position, 1 but>> de- Saturday. In 1add1"euecl, to the "Too much hard food. '.uch.'as. What do you think. of the plan seem to have pieced the horse' together r
-' does not with 'these dear without, smy comment, and NOTHING'LE11
_ elated thit "the maklag of .platforms general, tun ombly and transmitted grain, agree' readers? "
''rest* with the voter* of the whole,party the birds,; and they, cannot thrive on it. To me, It'se-em. llttje'" short o{ they don; 't offer word of Information John..'D.', Rockefeller stood on top'of" 1

>." and ,,1 never have, 'and never win ,through The governor. criticize I Some feeder'use a.small portion of felly; 1 can ccarcely see the necessity concerning either' his genealogy or :Ills a hill and kxflced around him. .
report '
svtteaipt to force-my opinions or;those) committee's grain,.other*' du Dot and It has -not for It, unless might be accounted track record. "< He' wa* taklngia his surrounding ;

'-of any. few'rota on the: people.WtoJlQ "! ibe'conduettpt.former.Buperlntendenfe." been'.proved to be of any'ad, vantage for bT the!tact that the. management A torse thirty'feet long would aPpeai "Oome. too think about It," ha map- ;
J A. Thompson as rough and unkind : feed it. Soft food Is their natural '. to be lot. of horse.. If be belonged -
thus Indicating'that the tfo to was ".1'' poor.' \ a inured to himself. "the** surroundings
f ,- <> to the Inmates;';says Mrs. ;Bello Held, diet, together- with grasses, vegetables , Excessive hard labor ''on >the farm to- the ,cave 'man the latter ,are about'all thane i* left to)( take In/*

'_.,\ ftjrtoe"or"ffoernment,, :ownership t Is in Uie-fonner stewardess, wan abrupt in and animal food' The proper must certainly be- 411.' to rank; mIs- ,certainly' had fits hands full., A horse Whereupon mad a memorandum k;
!.tiIo Aaa4s'of the. voter*...Mr,, Bryan's(! and'' too severe In her'' selection Important foot ladder beeme '.
her food
maniiar of the lsextremely, management and'an effort on the eo tail that a, thirty about boosting oil IUIOtkar'. oeat.-St. ,
tspesthrttid/oated'pklnl5/ that .'.othlngltaa' treatment of the..Inmates;!l exonerate to secure the rapid growth part/of the farmer to" accomplish necessary:when his bridle wa Louls"Pcst-Dtppstoh\ ., wM

t: f occurred to .hake his belief 'Dr.> Amos .Fnx?, the p"rehulnlfacent. of the due!;, and the Ingredients i everything'by. brawn alone aqd not to bfi ,put on, mlaht well ba called ,

1 'M, the".ultimate efficacy and 'necessity'r ',.a" having 'conducted his'department. the food must be such,'as will afford use brain at alt' the pride ,
:-.* It.;He deckled that he .would gladly ''with,irleC. honesty and Integrity, and a well balanced and substantial ra There 1* no' reason on' earth 'why, ordinary' stable' -would begin to accommodate ,
,.ejaakevAnr.acrlnce la exchange for: Urges that better and more substantial When ducks are raised for a day'work on the farm should nqt him. If the cave' man hadn't Wls* ,Doctor Give Postum'to, Con*

"<...... .ssinranea. that regalatlon instead "ciothing'be provided for the Inmates. breeding they must not be forced, be about" the' same a* It Is anywhere' I any ladder, and couldn't borrow one Y"eaeeDt:. I,

_ :,steel 'gurcin-ucnt, ownership" would ant One' of 'liel: mat Important 'rvoomluendatloiiii like the others,' An excellent ration r else. 'v the 'next bbst thing wa to climb' a .:_'.

".wer the need or the reopl..-'He ex- ..'that 1h? ;number,or true is equal 'parts of'corn meal.'':wheat, Industry Is not the only thing'thats ; tree. Then try to Imnglne'him* shin-, .A-wls, doctor'-trffc* to give'nature +

.-.1 :nreaod gnYe':doubt i:AS.to.''whether ttts: be' 'decrsasijj from eleven" to bran rreenfood, ..fire per cent, beef | .necessary.on,tue I arm.:-If-it-were.1 ,- 'Dlnt"ll "a' tall,''palah'with the heavy Its best chance by. -*avtng the ,little. :$(

'. ', ep1aUOft\1"ould\ eves .sufflce.: four' of Whom, Indjidlns the scrps and five per ce' coarse';; sand' know of several men who have ,bride on his back,'only) to' find when strength of the already. exhausted ;

,, .He'' al.o|"took pain to'present ar- seven resld i ut and,, rice: president shall 'or grit.' Feeding staff sbouldj( e failed that -would have succeeded. be attained the right altitude that the patient, and building up wasted, ..-...V .J!
l> mixed In a trough enough to everlasting at thinedoe' horse had moved be'oud'roaeh' and .,
'.vents to'' convince his bearer that .'iesld "by. It .Ivge Keeping a ergy, with simple .powerful: nourishment. /i j
Fulfjn county, or near '
> bold, 'the'< quantity without .run.* 'not'always1' bring success, ,In was peacefullybrowsing on the .taU .- 'l
;-l; vernneatownersbtp.oltrunklinesAcsad atate'uwnership ot state lice*. i. urged that"' ODtru.tce'; hould visit ,nlng over the' ,dge.. 'When mixing spite!t>fth* trite saying that It doe.', gras of the junglela.! .. ,"Fiv years :ago,'! writes a doctor .hJ

iud inipcfj'liii:; home at least twice corn meal and bran, do not make 'It 'The more,persistently some people v Of,course a thirty-foot horse could 'I"commenc..! to- u*e Postum In my
r"hot 'onl>:, pranerve tbe 'rights-of thestake a month.: and'that:the.trustees: should 6o sloppy.. Warm water should Jie labor the' worse oft, they become ,,be expected 'to co er'' much more own family Instead lot eoffee. I' was .\.M..

C ,butwill, permit'the. ; (people; of bear and-pun:on'complaints.. used-when the water Is >excessively simply because they are not .expend: i ground .than, the onllnary animal.of so well pleased with the result thatI 'I

.. t' dt"to- adopt,, governmentownership;' The committee: Is opposed to ,the 'cold. A second trough should be had Ing their energies in the correct way. i the same brood-even at a walk.. And had two grocer*'i,>le It, In stock '/

b'Iwgen they,are feady' for It: 'A, try nspsuKlon'of'lnmatof l ,kt
,..endoos yell arose wlten at'the finish mend4. that Instead ot: suspend rye oat, etc., and '..dampen/ with 1 Folio wing,up'thl. fame reasoning;" 'his way, across lots '>there WOuld ,ap "I then,commenced to.recommend''

:of,the statement-Mr./"Bryan.,' with atllb.'emphsaisfb&1oould ,lori,".10111__ ,place" of, deteallon' >e'eclablishel water;then mix::anvallowance of No.S '. there are some farmers who are con- p ar' to be>. nothing'to Impede him. It''to my:patient in place of,coffe.; !

!' ; muater- *.", reCalled' In which to confine-. such grade flour with It.' Thoroughly stantly drifting further away from Fences would go down before him like a* 'a'' nutritious. bsvprafe.: The eon- (

'-', :to;;, hi* ,hearer that-.-\' tuenkt,noed'cprnction." 'mix, so that the flour will completely the desired goal,-no matter: how hard: stutobja,, and 'a' merely playful cavort sequence la, every,. store In ,town ls, l

.1' .'Whenever I saw. a danger threaten cover the ttreen! stuff. After this has they'may". work,..simply, because they ,would carry.him over racing. torrents. now selling It, a* it has become a, <
pv:;'Sim;; 'the"people .X&h.T9v; spoken Out : been done mix, the:)flour and green' are on;the wrong track to'get there When a thirty-foot horse shied at a household necessity In'many home ')

'; ttk4af''a. >Wn." ; .YUMYaUM. TOO'aTRENUOOya. 'r ''mixture and'' add an, 'allowance tot and the harder the,.worlt the further bit: <
_ __ t' <*. *ruw? !" *( 4M :effect: IP.1 t brerntisIon. -' Cheek. beat 'scrapf.:,, and sand. "When "'1- off\.tbey'get' ; they. cannot come out chances are that he Jumped, clear often as 'an)" one remedy." In' the Materla -:'"* .
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r rr s4ai" 1 !V.w ? Cover' Bit His Swettheart on taMes are used they should be,well all right because they did :lot..0 10 'over-into'lie net; countyA / ''Mdlcain every',cass -i '\-

_. ?. :, \,.. :-, and, Blood j PolsoninResults..;. cooked ''before mixing them ln"th. rlghtl I a war' horse- the 'thirty-footer of Indigestion and l1'rYolI.neeal I: ;-4-

'i"0: '' ".ittyl2ranx'I3tyaat, ft\prettyitrliof! ; raUc.1L"J ;; ..: . Intelligent management- is ss neo-- must have been>> a startler.' 'When he treat;,and with;the best resulU', .4'j'. .'

_ : ,IH4'.Cti/.iiFtATED.. / !: Granitt111e.", $:',C.,ispericualy I : 'U1.t V. "Wblle': ducks '.do ,not reanlrel: the ,| ekaary..in,..order.to.get the utmost pore let put e neigh the camy fled la "When I onoe ,ll1.trodue.1t"lnlo a s'.,/

: "I. -' a>\hospltal< In' Angxista.*OsV': .' |n>con..i*", amount bt attention that Quickens' do,r sable( .out! farm;work, as It Is In any blind unreasoning. terror When "family.. It is ,quit. sure to remain. :'Z' ...
J' :__ ..IUoW'O ur./pulrOtf i;: ';:st:"101"fl'flshohr'oa ; qnenceof having>been kissed with, undue 'aDd, 'aftf'.,quite free, from disease,,inCdltlon other. business; there 'is'always a lie eaamped! :his bit and pawed the shall contlnn to use It and prescribe, ,,

'I'". ," : f.b1.m.tkaniaad ,jJ force'by;'ber.lorer,',Theodore'""Bar'tog.'AloatW ''a t.;this. nO'one should get it best at' to do everything:aDd sever *ground, the very hill shuttered. When ,It la famlll* where :I practice.,- -

.. ;; '1 eok ftj paa'Bfyant 'into ,their head that,,tbe only. thing, to al more''or less poorer ways. be switched hi* tall the hireling:, foe fID eenvaleseenee. from pneumonia,'

+ >eoDWdld the apd 'Barton")went'1!! '' walking-,; and ,when -bedone{ Us > toaecure''aahouse'':' pur- ;,.,Jf l some!!'farmers' Wotsld' 'IOlt'working fill, about blm'Uke ripened grain"- typhoid fever and other cues I give"

Ilitstba of the'thlrc..ntM'ated.erP2 be:returned her;,cheese! ,alai.tlaedtng. 'epsse'the.ducks.that;are..ta,be-,tasedia aa'hour?frf'two '.feefore 'bedtime And .then thinr of" th..' nightmare It 'a* a1 liquid. easily. absorbed'dfet.::. ,

the oeaing'cf; thecMTOke.; 6be,; said that, she ( '" a starter,.and.then,merely' sit flown 1 occaeionallyand-spend>the' remain* "'that'.ould ... "apect"" to'foUo'W the To"uma1i.u"; 'my, letter '.. a refer-
*f UM 'tor' ranch, 'near'Bliss.SnnUay. plm'pl : lalooQwpoisoq develops '.and and figure out the profit:: Like anything der ot the,evening studying the Bpi- !l first "$ight'of'hls vrodlglon.equine I ce*s.ny'way \you .see air :-Name '
The oelojt>ratlon' < : ; else on tbe farm;; the scheme of tomlU';or ems otber.'rellable, farm"paper. : .j': 'He eertalnlr was a wonder.> It 1* a /tlven.by! '?:'ostnm'Co.rBatUeCreek.' "

.wjld went shows and ,albs'wai; :takentoAugnna'for'.trwt; JJ r waking ,,duckl profitable* ,got, to ,or"'farm.booJt. they.;would.'not. ?great pity' we know so J.ltUct abbot aim..r .' 'Mlabi'": Rea4."The'ttoad:" to WeUvlw"

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.J, .'n", ) ,_,, i a goodly amount of Agricultural Bpltontlst.' r.: J .t ". / ., !y
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nation of Israel sad oft J-dal again .- TOataaan, i; bear you. ,waW arreatedlha
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A8RIWANT', : SUNDAY SERMON BY the obligation of God to m.n. as'weU $UREPENALTY" beattnc a Janitor; Bow 4ld.you coma thing that is not nourishing' andas7 T gal g w "
.*. THE REVi D.. M. OVERTON._ as. man's obligation to God. else they out!* WJ.8wfi.t4W: ftis er
would not have been covenant,' but ...... Thus Lost. la .,.'.84 bV 2.1d -I wa..tried., sod It sad .atttect.." of digestion. cal tM stM
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simply laws. These.covenants am the a.t.kb- .v.ret.WSo.a. .. .ound.. .
--os the ground u.t.It, was 7ustlthabler : % 4ir
Subject God dbligatbu to Man. gospel of the Old :TMtamecf;, acid of Ikxr Jos
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the Hebrew" religion. This govpelcfQod's How Boaoy wvmea do yoa Bmow. utq'I.roeey4e.6Jer
... obligation to man unites the. ar. perteetlr well and eeroavf' w.heaZ i. "No;, tfca Jury'. eowldn't b.mad.. to
Old and New '".maments as one book the war story over sad ws.n..11 a lilies ww poadbie"yUklc.ga ,
I'" Brooklyn N. T.-rThe Eav. 'Dan and as the book of one true religion 'I do not eel well| lam Tribune. YLAlE OLL.tNr'
tel H. Over-ton, putor of Greene Avenue add the revelation of one great gospel . time I ,r. ,
Reformed Church preached Sun the .gospel of God as a i
, 'day night In the Bushwlck Avenue Reformed Church at' tbe union services keeping God loving man. and i : J J"e
sometlmee
Pond Mother -I, wonder rvv...,
> with'W.. own congregation. doing all that Infinite love can.. I )
The aubject>> was, "God's' 'Obllge.ton do for man's salvation. Bays Dr. what Bertrand: :tocoupaUon in Ufa "
a r 'tj Man." The text was from II..' 'Im- Abbott. "The Old Testament '..the. will be when he grows up I is easily converted by dhe' diges-

i f othy, ijBi'"Who.saved! u'arid called gospel. of the obligation -of'idod to 1 Impartial' 'VUltor-Well.. .!' ?4pn't tive' and the
'us with a holy cailncT'n! | ..t-accor4lng man in' (be bud! they New..Testament + p -know, 'of course, but from'' what '1 .organs supplies nutritive

.-to His own purpose and grace which Is the gospel of Ood' !obligation; to. y han ;obs rved of him'slop,' I have wants of .U parts'of thebody. ,.
4 was given us..in Jesus Christ bt'in the flower
man In, ,
beo Here 'if ha ,hiede.ert.be; .,
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''r times eternal but hath now; been There Ir no doubt.I think, about
r v manifested by the..ppearlng of our the fact of God'obltraUon to man. will lead, the .line In ..lock-atep par to cents a package.?' '
Uaviour Jesus C rl.t." Mr, .Over It'Is really tae: central fact of the Old radf twice a day to and tram. ;the, tlroo.rs .
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k ton aald and New Testament alike It Is the shopav -Somervins'' Journal. .. For 0.bJ.aR ,,* .eo.x. to
"There is the law of God ...nd'there His book M ti .. F
very gospel of God In great .
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emallest'apartment bosses aN.tboe . .. 1L.
;1 Is the gospel of God. Often have I from beginning to end, if only we WTa.Bt'Vltns'PaneetNenropsPiseasMipermanentlywradby : Tbs' sow..........y eay.ses, f_ .&71e. 81'" were. i<:
bees.iIn'aoubldfeet ;
t t spoken of the-.law of God, now I interpret that book aright! Or. JCIDe'aO.-alti_ occupied 'by\ ; t.> l OtlMT -*-J... '
would speak or the gospel of law But before we boast of' that gospel " _tun>r. $1 trial bottle and treatlM. ". -. ,honeycomb> there' are. about. I H I coo*? take yoa hitfc/Mjr t/ B.....c
The' law or Ooe.may be defined' as or: pride! onrsalvM! that God IB %Nlst flateA'kGlfana' d Dr.H. K.gUne, Ld.,BBl Arch Bt.,Fhilav, PaTH '.000 cen. ,. factories at Brocktow. Maaa..s show
t taat which ..xp::. -d man'a obllgax ' ,tlda to God tend the gospel et God know the ground or that obliga >l inam or PIE. '" are ...... would the ssdeesaa\\T'-<.
aa that which expresses God's obligation tion. Let us know.that' we nave not More than likely you speak the same '. '."I beard of a tallow the other day CAPUDINECURES Why. hay. Bold their ........ Ik begse. ... ...
to anan. The-Old-Testam and put God under an? obligation to ujs wprds yourself aid no doubt; you\feel who fell from an open window where wear longer, and are of createvahM
the New T :tament unite In tLls. by anything .we have done. Not\: : far h'oIDwelL The eanee may: bo easily. lie- was sitting eating pie, and was Instantly ::""C A: "''li' thou.) other se-. .
that they' give not only the 'law of according to our'work.. but according traced to Mine derangement of the female < wao.re..r yea a... y.. er
I / killed." 0............ .... _..sdiyu .. '
God. but the gospel of God. It 1* to His own purpose and grace," Paul organs which msnlfeets Itself tn i doubt ,often ben INDICESTIONandV;tSOO 6oe1. ,%, .esSssts Afat '
& this .fact that makes the Hebrew religion lays In the text.It la therefore Ood'a depreeiion of spirits reluctance to go .dont It. I've .
and tha Christian religion different own 'purpose' and active love: 'for anywhere or do anything. baekaehe knocked out by pie' myself"-Baltimore A8IeIn .,b...Ta&-1iJ-' : ie..wMf I =Alai ymnwearM N':\k '
r'' all the other is love In'action that has ImaHng-ilirrtrn paina, flatulency, nervousness ..Amerl sees'. Mer.Ni, : eee. Ia /
from religions grace put ) an. ,-CJMr 1 "' '''''--
$ of the world. Many, other religions God under"obligation to man.'' 'God so ,aleepleasneas other. f*.> v Write.... IVW ceeeIeS" .... : .
.snale: weakneee, l w.I. ........ I" ....-; .
give directly or indirectly the law of loved"-and there It all began -thla / OUaaala
God, but nor- of them gives the gospel gospel of God's obligation to man. I .The.e 'symptoms are but warning It la. unwise '''to use tea-leaves for # .

of God t* thus defined as the Qod so loved that He voluntarily and I, that there la danger ahead and unless laying the dost when weeping *aligbtoolored .. ... MONAIQI' '
obligation of God to man.. The go .s out of His great love, and for no I 'beaded a life of suffering or a serious carpet: unless they have BANK DEPOSIT =. ,,

of the heathen nations round a.out other reason placed Ht.ntlelf, under I operation....la..,the f allin Inevitable reutedy result.The tof all.these been pr vVously"" rlnsed In water; otherwise $5,000 g... ... ./...... .... ' : '
the Hebrew'nation'were of suca a obligation to the 'whole world of hu g the be sUln. PRBK .. uta..ere oo.".....
carpet badly
nature that they must <,o. appeared ''D1&nltT. so that. whosoever In that :, symptoms U Lydia E. Plnltham''a Vejf' ed. may ,Bo. d MCo..Wrluiathdrauaetaawanasustatwcou.su.e.us '
and pleased ly worship and sacrifice world would belleWIn that love,'and etaole Compound. (At3B.'ea) ;
on th. part of man or they would 'would let God fulfil His obligation KiM Kate UeDoaaM of TVobdbrldj, ,

torment and crush' man. ,The la-s toward him should not perish, but'. 'N. J., writes ,
#j, of the gods must be obeyed bat only be saved. This'is John iii:16. In tie: Dear Un.PlDkhamt -
t that man might escape the punishment I light of our text and In the words of 41 R Btorad health hu meant to much to me

t of the cods. *nd .not from any our theme; This, is the gospel that the that nuke J cannot oC<
ai particular love of man for'tha gods.: Jesus Christ came to proclaim and to "JI'or. long time I uffared a my .
It la strange how this heathen.con- live.. He came to tell every man that with a ferule! trouble and tee ..*, .
eeptlon of the gods baa crept Into the God so loves him that He la willing which made 11M a physical! !wreck end no one 7.wi *
thought of somany about the I to place Hlmselt under obligations tobin thought Lwnldwov e, but Lydia. JE. PInk- 1 And remember JOB Lan no fright to tin it to ,: AND LITTLE,ONES,

true, and living God. He too in '. It was for this reason that'God ham'e Vegetable Compound bas enUrely when task for medicine' be sore that take It and free from''DANGJin\IG OXXDQtB
cured.... end made me will and strong and yon you pare \ asking yon to me in r
the thought of ;many is a God rave: us His greatest gift-the gift cfHimself home do aft because know it will CURE and BAD
I feel It mjdntr to tell otJier coffering women, your we we CHILD FEVERS. COLDS and LA GRIPPE, and
that i must be appeased' and pleased in Jesus Christ-as much of what*pbndU medicine*U." because there never has been there Is cot now. and,there be the slightest particle of poison In it* If anyone .....
". bworlhlp' and sacrifice 'or He Himself and even more .than man For t'Wenty-ttT.rean N....PlnUhem, you that this statement ii untrue, point your finger to OUR GUARANTEED We make this guarantee unconditieaal.sad open
will punish and tormentand would "could comprehend and be.liege B. Pinkham '

crush Men must obey the laws in.It is because He Is the has under her direction, and.alnoe herdecQaae. TO. THE WORLD
of Go ren.perish by them. This Is. great loving universal Father -. ir.t been adrlalnff etch:women free ,.. -, ,r, ,
of course true.as far aa It goes "Tja He has placed Himself under obligation ,. of charge. Her advice la free and ouR GUARANT' EE Wewinflv 'I.ooo.ocHNC01Dte..clae.latla"' ''''' _'''
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soul that slnnetu, it shall die Men to every child of.HI..to e.ert'm.n always helpful., Address,Lynn,.Mass. say LISENIC.JItOUIHftI. IDtCJQUNI Of''.... poi_drugs. Ia 0IIDIa
; cannot sin with Impunity. Mau Is and xromar In all the world '
responsible" to God; and under obligations Be this our. boast then: not that I' Not only do we gjve.the abover guarantee' 'at to Its being free from Wsan. .but we go further and guarantee.that,, ,

\ to Him to keep His law and do we have put God. under any obligation 'I
*His will. We must never forget this,nor to us by anything that we have
;:b.. get far away. from this In our thought done but that God out of His infinite: HOLD UP! 11

01: God. But we rausf not stop with love for us and according to His own OX llINE
,this thought. If we do we will have loving i.ud eternal),purpose has placed nd.con.iicler: : : ; i
only a partial view of Godwe will Himself under obligations to us. This

ilk, 1 have only a heathen god.: purpose was given us In Jesus Christ .m';, POMMEL :
And If we have only r. partialGodor "before times eternal" Paul says.That ;'
a heathen goo then-e shall fcaVe: Is, it was born In God'a eternal all. SUCzeER. WILE. CURE.vov1 oK'vbvtf.VAMILY' or:'
only a. partial or a'heathen religion. Father-fttart before time came \to: be : ;JU'Au;,1

or If fear worship Is our'thea only motive-in our religionand religion reckoned Father must or/ counted.ever have God had aver a Bono'a. -. '- : !.t* CHILLS, FEVERS, ,MALARIA, BAD' ,COLDS ,AND) LA: :GRIPPE(:

v I worship will be for the purpose of else He would not have been ever a WA1tMUlOfClDTHtNG. And If it f.l1ato cure :yotf your money; In othet'w rd.OxJIJNE'1i: pure, Fontdesao po'-a.'
. t escaping the wrath.of an angry God Father, and In that lova for that eterr and there uGUARANTEE TO CURB that goes with every bottle. '
and It,,will find expression\ our nal Son .. ...attempts- appease, and pleasean llla., -.oil'. .Iii,all the'world.i \An4:this '. I Ir L'V
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lYutf ivreet el '(
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angry God'by'' propitiations! and purpose has now bean manifested\ ta J. S "j.'tiJ" :
f,' atonements;: and"sacrifice' and the..world and to us. by the.appear* ntk"kr'ng : to All PATTONgWORSHAMDALLAS >aVcrCO.'
to Hit laws We of Jesus. 'Christ., d All tag '
4 servile obedience Ing ,our Saviour. I pea '
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must rise above fear and even abort That Is,. Christ came to show..Qod'. "" .. sift of7Ng FISH.. 'Ug .na sevens Maa..n&d ; TEXAS iI.A j"iD w''ifeMPHM, _.r.r.. ,
'' the' Father's- eternal purposes the '
TeX the thoughts of futurerewards.'to ; to. : r
1 lore and to ;.the thought of loving world. He.! came to " '' loyal service; r.nd present' rewards that: He has1 been willing to' place r O LIDINE, T iE; :HILL: ,, CURE: THAT CURES: .CHILLS

4 In doing something to ,hasten, the Himself: uoder-.0bIJeaUOG to ',everyone "!7f iUfl9IUUIIe3 E Water u f v .. "
coming; of God's kingdom upon ,the In all the worldThU Is the gcsJ
earth: 'We must' rise above ibeob pel that,,[ChrI.t ''came to, proclaim. ,
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ligation of man to-God, as expressed.by This'is th.'go.pel.that shines forth'in ,5. .v. ? ' "l' '
Jaw 'anel.tt1ln 'of 'the 'obligationof all that-.He said< 'or d1d. .-:'-'::;:.:.'.-. ; _.... . ..... . .. i 1 :':bf1.f, ,: > ,,, : ? .- ?
: 'Oori to map a 'ex irel..d by And now we are ready to see what .. .: .1"'f', .I..',. ,
love'. and the so.pelcf, Jove. Wa this obligation.of God to us aDd His ;,' .. , .. ,)1'I ,
moat think of the gospel of God eternal pnr.pbse.jha' ftd.Hlmfto/ do .,, ,..,F i ., = : :-, ;,f.
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l r' r. well as of the; lawof, God. This I for D.. or the result of Hla obligation .'. ,:;,if,1''" "f '< T i11 ", pHHsV> '!

. will not. belittle our respect for the ,' to man: What Is the issueof this , '. .: t: IT WILL ; .? .>f"-\i\' {Wo?!,
i; ..' law of.'God. nor in any 1 way lower gospel of'God'. obligation? What "J"r: Iii 1 : .. ,1" .' .
.our sense of obligation to Him' has it led God. to do for uST 'It has ,;'.I". '' in"l'r. ,.
Daniel Webster. when asked what, ted and It'.will lead God to do everything
I .to was,, tr. greatest thought that ever that Infinite love can ,do' or '
:}, A entered his mind replied you remember that we will let Hint' do for our salvation : '
I l' that lt was the -thought of ; The Ant);art of the text ; / :
I man'a responsibility to God That gives this answer f "Who aaTt4aa., i : : Adveise */\"a;, ,
' certalaly Is a great thought and yet and' called 11'1 Vlth'a holy 'calling." ; : :,
the one I bring you.to-day is greater. He...has called us to salvation and to; 4b,, ; .: f V'k: : ki

God's obligation to man'1..1 believe holiness through faith: In Him as the ''f' ", ': : \ .., '. ..;, ;>. ,.t .
the greatest bought! that can enter. loving Father and in His Bon aa tb.rn..ler ': .., .., . :.j";'" -of.
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'" tbe mind of mer!- .. and example of the Father's i. \ ".' -t' ... . .....;. ,;;J." . tj.. ,
This thought of God's obligation' to love -and character. This Is the covenant ..,. ,,,-,,,........
man Is newcrthan the thought of that God. waits and. wants to I
4 man's obligation to God.; It maybe make with every one of us.It la not f zb ,'
of tretoday. Hta-will that pariah but '. c_ __" _ _. ._, .L>., ,,-
new to many you who are any should '- - -' --
A ."' .There 'are some;:I' expect. that *H should) receive the light of LOCAL. UAI AtiiUt U'AVTUI.
who.will'dentbat God is under any life and live the life that la abundant MALSBY &; iCO.;
obligation .to man whatsoever and << and eternal.: It was God's obligation ; ,

f ber.some'bat of you I believe maybe that anong the thought that*num-Is teat led to Him u.. born to send of His Christ lova.for to suffer u.. AJ We Independent are goln to Incoma place at Aararrd.once a local -' I WI NCJ151EiJtEPEATINC': : . t1"Ti 4r$oUt J!.,rltl4Mrhibe/ t ,91. x

true; .even'it it, is new' and c that la and die forum. in order that He might manager in every town or countyIn
why I proclaim It to.you to-day. beoome:our Saviour and lead us .to the United States., 'W. want men
Ood.'..obligation to manic the greatgospel salvation and to holiness. It was and women of character tact' and SHOTGUNS : '

of God to mall. -The gospel Is this that ledGod to-do the very best perseverance, ,,to represent us. The 't
Is that He out'of His Infinite po".rand e --
good ncwr-and what bc.ter near retrard complete and ,
there In all the world for. man than love could do for us and for all of Independence
this-that. God ,the God .of infinite His children of the earth.' Ah. yas.wa a remuneration moat gen r ba.' Our I are strong shootersstrongly made.and J j r rI
i r tOTe and Fatherhood. Is under obligations may be sure of this-God has proposition is wlthout'exception;the "

to him ''Let us see If this kept., and God: will ever1 keep. His .most liberal and beat paying one ever I so inexpensive that you; won't be afraid 1 ..i
Is a fact and If we find it so, let that part'of the 'covenant'' that.He,. has offered capable, ambitious men or " ,Poets :.asWtalo.ary
1 fact rest In.our minds and bless, our made with us and for us> He has women. You can' secure at ,one a 'to uqe\one in kind of weather. ? {r -
fulfilled 'and He wilt His I any )Engin'es: "Boilers
Urea. evermore.- ever fulfill. steady and .urell.lDcom8.: Previous ; ,. : ,
First look at our human'relationships fair obligation .to .s_ erperlence fa not All you .
necessary
:t for proof of the.:.ct.. Children This la the gospel of the Old and need U .conndenoe la your abmty, They; are made xo, xa and. 16 gauge.; IIfI : ? ,SaW' ,Mills ,,,
bave. obligations' to-"their', parents New Testament that I proclaim to
have atr'aliht.. clean-cut "
but have obligations td'tbelr you to-day. ThlIs the<;gospel of 'Via moneymaker A FAVORITE-Or MERICAH5PORTSMEM AND. ALL, KINDS: MACHIMEir
p.rentt It la the kind 'of
moneymaker -
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10. My coys are under Jesus' Ct.rl.t-tbe gospel of God'sobligation I "Co.rpJrf.11M Carrie<.Mock for
obligations to me. but I am under : to man born of God's greatlove that you have' b.eD"looldDgfor. .... 4 'IXXXDIATX DfLtrMMIt
obligations to my : ." ; for man., There 1* no limit,to the Income ''i
Sold s iX.ehte.qLew.ssrrte.esadSuit
Everywhere. Tent
Because ''I ''am their father, .withya that :you can-- make. We, -want to ? .. ; ,

father's heart, and a father's Inter The Sinfulness of Bin.. hear from every man or. woman who < Writ tia- for catelclcu..pricea." .:
est. I cannot leave them perish desires io 'secure a regular income etc.. before buy- lla'-."
'until all my fatherly resources are. '.Unhappily. that, ".eca r lation of and are willing to 'make money 'We .('.
exhausted for their; good:; So God. morals", which the late Herbert have just what you want 'and can AN IMpOSTOR. ,
S ; by,becoming; the.1"Fattier of for human Spencer proclaimed to be Imperatively -start. you at once, Writ in today 'Pl.rce-Do,YOII 'see that malt over
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J family, has placed Himself under necessary, bas already made some dehelt
before others 'secure your district there-<'He i. One .of the men
'obligation to. the, whole\ human progress. The tendency to minimize la "" '
family.. ,The .ye:,. meaning .cr the:: sin-by eharactericlng-.lt.. not 'ai aperwael.crime Address' CIRCULATION 'No. 182 Chicago. i
but Main atrtet/'Buffalo. N.Y. Pearce-Oet out! 'You can't.fool toe.
word religion Implies this..Reltglon, againstQod,; ,- ,
i true religion, Is that which binds a rather as "Indiscretion.:' a "disease,*' ; 'He isn't eating,witb his ,knlfa.-.Somerrllle -' TONIC

+ man' to God In right relatlo lhlp. or as the Inevitable result of "hered :SEEMS 8TRANOB. : :Journal.: s e" .. '

Which Is It that-binds a mall closestto It)" "In Irresponsible persona-Is developing ,Bacon-They say there are, more v. 'CURES CHILLS. ,, .
God Is it man's obligation to 19 quarters where there Urs-Wlnsiow
men killed''la time of In Soothing eTllpfor Children '
God. or Is It God's obligation to man 1 6ught to-be clearer and more accurate peace. than teetbingnoftenithegunoereduee: \ md AND, ALL, MXLABIAt* rCVeHS.' fcBae
I believe It Is the latter. Close as the views of life.. There, can' be no war...rEgbert p. Ucm,allays pain\ ,coreawindcbll9anabottle' O( tfm a Ma du4 MMhol4 re.dy for ever e. yearn .'
!law may bind man to God love binds successful sin.It may be hidden -That aeema<;Odd. .Tou'd .rteeateet.k.t, to.re.r.b.d.rn.at.akeeanlaeI. lurmlcrvprw ',

him yet clos".' from man and only from mari but '"think there wes a,good-deal more 'J.EIBUam. aQR sad efdldrea.g1 botlia."aarw.e.N ant *toM by .tl so dr nc gg* Now all true human relation- in tba divine Border its inevitable>> result cniiaed' atutt consumed ink '''timea of "Hello.'Pat,' what are yon: doingf. .Olin leelthe druf norc ,darer: y

) chips. ,Involve obligations on both is death Rom. :23).. and no war( now;. 'W'O11d11't.. ,TouTooker.eeman. ... Bhure, an', I; spied all'm, Idle tolrn t71/LLrJ ,:eayau peita a CO.. e.rer.r p..t. L.aavaaw Kr.
; .sides.tnd frontboth: parties'to preacher- cad be true to'his Master "
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smwln''wood/' ,
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the relationship. 'God has ,always. who- fails .to declare that ImmutaFie .!
V acknowledged ,His obligation-- to .truth,-London'Cbrlstlan:: .: .-,
yaan. even if man bar not always;

.l v* acknowledged What: Is aeoTenaDbu his obligation\: \: an to'obligation God. ..v, How to'.Vaderstaad.is' ,

% on"the part of two or ,more pear 'Obey .Jeeoa !'with Clbl'dlal.lon1t7 You Look Prematurely Old I]

.., pie God has made many eoyeaanU and you ,;UI.Qtk>nt..4 Jesnaj: Not
with Individuals and with HIs chosen ,by a studyingHlv. bt\401ac'HWwUIBlaall
'. _4 :people. He -made ..covenant 'with ,, you leara how dlvtne:1id: :
, .. Abel. Noah Abraham, I.aac. Jacob la." :-obedience completes: Itself Ic en.4etatanding.PhUllpa *
'S ; ReaeuN ee th..o ufftju rtufty. it.trs. Ye*, JCA OUCOLKKAIat.. CS>TOsTCS). Vleai.. i.OO. retail.4
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A the invitation ofc the Port'' Myers quality of our groc rid. '

Board cfYTrdo a party. of about '

"'...Oovernorlegiilatore alxtj-fiva. .' gentleman,, '.including-and editor; the;+ of Wo can. give,you,. theBEST . i t i A

.,1 UM. state,prett, nJoYed" ?;a:trIp to,Lake OF EVERYTHINGIn Pattons() : Sun PiOOfIdJflt

1":. Ofceechobee Oalooiabatcbee titts'Keek River on tone. t steamers.Tb6 of .!the. the line 'of HIgH Grade

1 .e editors who were ,6 fortunate Table Luxuries and Provisions .

,:, as to.be able to take the,.trip :fill, nor: "of all kinds at J .\ .
r :proceed to enlighten. t.hereat. of u. 'oo'the -1 1 Because it is and ".'

intricate and much disoussed question prices that] are_.. sure Itocommand i' 'r: t t(., .' :theoretically. practically'. prepared."It ... t.. 7; ;.. ,.. '.. .

draining, the Everglades., 'As attention. Is., the' only" paint on the market that .wlll'stott'd'this. ', :, .: "):'
represented It will be . ,
both aides were : "' ',' ':( :
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.' interesting: to note ..whether theytsglei .HOGAH'S FLOYD. . J'' "J ', /climate. ... -,; \ ., ', .'" <,,' .'.'';."!,".. ','' .
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aoaaLobserTatloo.. '' -. ,- .- :' Because one. gallon; 9f SuiTProof Paint will cover: more ; :""' '"',:urn!; k: a
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'The St...Johns';river catfish la 1l1l11r- CITY BARBER. SHOP// j .. .. surface. than one gallon' of any other paint ,911 ir''the ., : .' ''\..,.

tag In a. Jaw suit la' a: Pennsylvania ,:
court.A;,", merchant. Is being prose-- WILL oVYI'OI. ssvb.r.'tow :.. :1 ,market.- . \ 1 "
euted.nudecdhe pure food law for selling 4 I ''' '
s adulterated,foods. ''ill turns out Open for Business. .h'. Because. it'is' guaranteed''to last''longer than.any, 'otherrpainlBY. ;: '
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that'the cod fish: 'he' Is offering for In Patrick's Old Stand. : .

.ale, ls nothing/ more thin ,the St. I r

Jpbn! River eatBsh' dressed and pack NEW.CIIAIR, .. .

.d. ...prime eodflnh.: The people of -*. ..-NE WJJ.A btts.- .
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Vlorlda have..;often wondered what be- NEW'EVERYTIlINq' ., '
ame of.the Immense quantltlea of oat- $
fib caught from the streams of FlorIda +

every rear and'sbtpped out of the ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... STANFORD CARSQNGR- 'VES "f

Mate. They 'have ''re on.'t.o believe 0. NO PAVe )
flow that the Florida cat comes backo -
them In neat boxes with labels -- '
fancy
at fresh New England. ood.-De- I r HARDWARE COMPANY t 4 4C..L'CARSON

Land'r Record.. W. L. Van DUlOr iCo., I ... .... 4a t,,

;here is much, complaint pier: the ,
Mate that. quail is being Slaughteredoat ; 4, '

'. of..allOn.and the. game .wardenof B. R'cO K E'R'B, a.
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Dual county has offered a reward c.-",,:, \
of 910 for evidence1 to convict any .

,j- parties guilty of the violation .thla REAL. ,E'STATEAND rVWVC. .'CARBON, P........,, N. t.II.YAI'I.' S.cratary. ',; "
Jaw in that COUDt,. -Just, at this sear it. '. .,
INSURANCE JOHN' LBB N.CAKSOFT, 'IIWaters !
Ik is especially important that the : '
.: wardens should be vigilant. ........." e.P..I4..t., ea..r.


.,fast 'take young 0"0.much fly quail very of,-a which slowly marksman are and now.It to near-does'kill State. Bank' of Klsslmmee,) I & Carson' Grocery Co. '

'P M. RIVERS, M. U.PkyalclaM .
them 'These birds are said to be veryearoe Kissimmee, Fla. '
: this year on account of the ea- a -Saraeoa. ---Whol Ml. sad Retail D*, ."I.<
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: ,WITH KIC8IMMKB CRUD CO* ANT.PHowaspnlw.y ,_
f.\hfoa;-ah.; which rains destroyed during the their nesting young,sea and 41 .......... ))83KIMIMSSB -PAID UP CAPITAL.*.,...<..:.{*..;,..,.,.* a BO OOO OOMTOCKBOtDEKS i 4i

.vIf, unscrupulous hunter are allowed ,. PLa.I LIABILITY..110<< 000 OO O OC.ERr Si
; ,,10 prey upon them now, It will ,go away DEPOSITORS>> ,BBCWBITTIOO!!' OOO OO' i,
_.i 4ojg toward exterminating then I .DR"" LESLEY W. WEEDON.: .. --
", fMlrely.I It 1* said that. bill-will be .CIAL'.T Prompt and Careful Attention". given to'all laattera *..., i is
f Mrodaoed at the next cession of the '.y..A.' .. NOaH AND THROAT. treated to .... EaclI'.a..e04., all polntn! at cheapest i COUNTY AQ NTS' FOR,
i fajflslature to prohibit the 7 killing of
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1 at any season for the next few Private Hospital ,American; National rat* '11 A Y '
YOUR CKATE8
SOLICITED. I I
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Via. Celebrated Fertilizers
Biel Tampa I
E in order to give them ,a 'chance, Bank C, I
1',. .. plentiful again... <""*, r - S GRAIN I 1
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__ w_, ft, s.aMs'.re to 1 U. tlleMl pal fortale : ,I.'o-.I.!:'''.':.\'%'g;;,:,NgyAitTiFuBt.ic'KlSS1Ml\fEE!, = I :,';;,.v.FLA.\';;I I, NORTH N KISSIMMEC.' c;: ;' -I PHONE NO.; J (?I'D\E/S' ;F'1J'' :K S ,. 'W. Q pOouaatrsr .I",.I".1:' :


palllatlvee and nostrums; while ..' ,, f' .
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: ,-Mtatenoe ae patient jieoeMary refuses to give effect the'timeiand a cure. . c. w. GRIFFIN; $' ; hroduoe: a Specialty.

j oms eansotasorifce'tbusinessmorecIStase W. L. W INN,' f
to live when the health la;made ... %'t %%%1 r NK WWNWaS :,

first care and the dangers saddie.1Paatlons ,..:BIMAM..D.VMOMOK, i --. --,-, -, ..- -- ....,.,
rot. the .olt, are'denied.yffoderu I '1
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science declares: that : '. Groceries' Fresh ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1 .
Meats :
feHMMise; the.lclc'.1II no. be 'main ; ": ,,' : '.: : Fancy Family .:- : ,
.... the plagu ._..__.OT ... t,=,-.. T- : ,
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",*v'XM roountryaEzveniir .. . '.-.-.."1. .. .. .......-. THE THROUGH, CAR.. ;LINE, FROM FLORIDA.,,:
.tad drug .
are willingly employed but .- .
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remedies of sunshine and .air
.- tad right 'Jiving are. denied. ..to. the dls. Dlt J. W. SIMPSON 4f Delivery Every Day at Any Hour; IPatronge'Solcited.( OONNWT10N

seed body.,.. '., + ----- >w To East'Over Its own Rails tQ avannah. Charleston,
-elf the. modem DENTIST. j
treatment for tuberculoete Ricbmondand
the' Washington; thence Via Penn,
be the .
right then Florida
Lfhould ,be j.tb..,D..t.l.ODal'laDIt.Artum.one , Office"over' Qsceola Pbsrmsoy.rrtCEHooi I .ALL RAIL 8. lnnla Railway.To '
If a national, board of, health could ,l a.-mi' ao'12'm. SEEP '
? Vla
? *} ; WE A COMPLETE LINE OF TIB-BEST West Montgomery'and Louisville & 'Nashville'the
take the same;energetic measure, for" .r : tp 5:30.: m. '
,1 eradicating. consumption that. succeeds Telephone No.:7ft' ,Jun 6. l vrAmi or Vla'"Dude Flyer Route" and Atlanta. ,
With,'smallpox". the cholera, yellow -- To -' Via Savannah: A" Oceaa Steamship 1
ifaverasdrleprosy( then the patients I I East New York, -Philadelphia and Boston, via', Norfolk
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,.. would be shipped to'Florlda'Artaooaof jVRITL WHISKEY WINES 'AND BEER. the "? Steamer too New,York, 'Wa.blIIRt.on aDd ,Baltimore,' !'
California .
: and forbidden toinfect via Savannah and Merchanll and Miners'
L.. ooounuoitles! and scatter the seede 'of' SteamshIp." tation CO'r for Baltimore and Philsdelphia Tran.por.'IVIa -
Alsease all about them." Why should
',>.,.* ohild with measles be' dl'lyeq'.lrom. :o. .Ke 'Westland ,, Via Peninsular di Occidental!:: SteamshIp
....001 where sit I .
consumptives. posiU
,
Hovotto.
sty under a teacher wboee.ll1na.. Bared , R. .TOITTEH '& CO. Company. ." ,
Scattering Infection ( ", Route fI'tb.1IeIebra&ed Iral"..New York A Florida tlpeolal florida and Wnt J.4.. "
f I'Jorida'b..* 'Institution their her LlmIted Cblcto.o d Florida Umlted.aid Dial."In.. ..
which ..... .. ,, tdl a iloul yoni.ill.ead.ad. WmHaggarcfi -r.
Jpwos 0. tor 'the"rich She
__,sanitarium which if almost: a' ;.bout :Phone: ; Lea. : ..:f . ,.. ,._.Orletmlo.. .. a... -, "QuickestSched.ules"Superior: ; Service; p pPor
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:... ol..pen.. a*, nature's' treatment '" "u
-'Itself. ,-and to. this .the. Times Union : Specific Tablet. : lntorm.tlon I ulo"feel h"'ule.-,ek?_' .ul&.. the J'lvpJ.. Fold.. "; or __.DIe.wily.

v.tavitiag sad other attention.journals.of'AltruUtlo the country people are '- SuppositoriesnUJe JOHN B. ,STETSON :UNIVERSITY, I.'W.CARR.-r 0..WHITE'*...A",. .l smpa. ..n.. J.O.',.?RIApI T.[' Put..'AII&, ',

\, fve already made the success amour: ; 'nUJe' OSB.PSM.AK.< as.'for'Iedgeoti.KM AND .' '.
and in this civilization show the pom coLttuEs HVB TECHNICAL SCHO.LS.DKLAND -
...... regard for tne suffering: that :the :- DeLt1q; Coo.ep.tio.. Kidney ...! ,. FLORIDA.AFFILIATED .
*,'jMtvag.. did when. before;the c comingof BUAfcrT.-.... ...... V-Jky and all WITH, Always Remember '" '
THE UNIVERSITY.OF CHICAOO..COLLEOBOF the Fall N
Columbus, they made a holy ground ,
kiadraa; Jin..<:PiU.Me.:; Dnggab sell ; r
,' of the region about; the Hot Springs..,, emtbasottheUnivnltrotCWc. : ,, .. /
LIBERAL *RT8.! -TK. Undard : : ButMm' e'a
,af Arkansas:' Write,,to the'Sunshine. ILl. .t 50@..tx s.ot aJw} will UMB* .BtiKUnU. rwMlv tb.tr "Amenmm if an both 8u>Uan and. Chtcaco. SM th. ca........ and Steteon
me Sanitarium, at Karooossee., p.epaidspa t.opt.1 prio. Alhua ; LaxatiV
a:< for particulars,' references and.f . H.-I gsx+is f.'Aslsn Ga.rREfCHFEl. .ttil 1 Pea l f JklT.-CnJttAtM. id thl.Colk..r.'dmltt.l' to pnctlc Uw In Florida. without Br.omo, QuinineCures a
,,advtcs." Tlmes-Union.4: _. "," NCO 888 UP TbtrMMUkUu. .... nCKCC* OP MECHANIC AIIT8.-M'.1I1ea l. deftPJ.eWml
,; (" Peanwlne and.M......Tniclnv CWUTM tMdln. E to 01_' Fin new bui thns. Catty '

wr ',The,Right' Remedy' poipn.r.Q s GUL B08 OPUBINB' ! !"B.--P.nklag la .n'lu Ur.nahea Bookkvpln'; by beet nMtbadBhorthanJ : .: a Cold in One Day Crip in'Two' *-
Men and who ,suffer from' ,,
women In and TnwwrlUnsv Ekctlva COUTM._In other dvpartawnu. Larv Faeulty and -
digestion,*Nervous Debility. Constipation U I"&'" ) LE ">0dpSBlpAltAr6BY: ;..' ..... ;
MlII'I Prlnoaton.Cora.ltMkkiv.n
.''Kldnev and,Bladder troubles. ACADEmY .arad. .. pr.pa.rad. to ant.r Harrard.Tala., :
Lost'tlislitli: 'and all, klndred-dls.aaaes amauwaaPILL8. ...uItMAL. Cblcw AND and MODEL aU 1I..t.e..IKHOtIL8 Cofleg I. Jrtnd............ In Its own' building !. Primary and : &.,Zfcj&inrt Oft Box.' 1 25c. .-:
'>r> will find', ... __ _.. .bulking- Jrh.&huola.ep.el.frprepanYuba.6choolteach.ran.I _
i relief ,by using: Hag 1 s .e _._ GrammorSchool hi-ran! '
Specifier 'Tablets;, They have IIEI!.Iwtilf IAI.w..r.. .. ry..r MtlMIC' IIOOL.'lo.OOQ p/p.ew.a/ a down. 'piinoa. aeparaU bulidinv. le t..uJtTborou,10 '.
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i 20 years on the market and have ...........r.a.IYwN. : M.w VWYNr. MfrN ART Jl eobrwa ot.tdr-... r C tl earta. mxMa,ate.Stetatm ,f, 9
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vnstrated their'' paramount, heal.'and ----, --..-. _. -.- tin.a amity ef d anfaaaiX**and IMbq....... Thay hold a-'r\-\ the Vntvaralty: atChlcaco. Stood
; healib-Klvlnst'' 'qualities.for ".'T".r..m.a. ea...se.......;_....: p. .Harvaid.Vala.. thurtroouth.. Columbia oth.vUnt..nltlaThere ,, .. Bowdotn, Utraeht.BuckiMll .. Has The. Test 25, YearsGrove's'
.I book of wonderful cures., if ..... Unfearatty Mlebbran. Ueknlwn million. and dollar andowmant- ............am library over fHUO.OW, ova IX.UOU In bulk vol.nmn *.. \ .. .
and aduipment nearly a quarter
tit druggist ,,cannot. <.uppl/ 'YOu.. :a baautiful cnapal:wlij ,....Uy fnrniahlani laeludtac. .taI.....vlaaa. windowa T oil ...Intl...._. '; '
y' wlllh sent ,,.palclupoD.'rece)pt. Far Sate;By :Qsceola' phi maty.. "it tlw pipe rvaBt .a hnaalnm with eonplcU apparatuat I an atwloa Athlatla FiaVI. manin. :; .

:rrwe..P& box &Ooui.'.' 'Addresr, '-:---:- . I. .,.: ' ,' --.,; kaef.teamkewet.balkli nn tans baauballdNncudandgridboabalda.wknnlnaedf..wingand.h.rapart" and ooni.a;Un lava.laboratorla. for Cturalrtryi. .. PhJI'sic.. 8ncl rbbwr.Mla.ratopy ;, .
ctrl SpecIOo Coata; : : Oa.. .and blolonrt anraral larra BIala.1Id alwpi. ;vlaetjrla Itchu. aloatiio bolla ataara beat, .
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orhdnAI'OI'O"' 'fsA1i s .i--..1 N01"ARY PUA;) F..t"rl: i,,.+ : .,or.utaiava. _,Tiawi..t:6:;.a.. Wannation.addraa tt' Pra.ld nt": Chill! T j iC:
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., B.. Makinsoa has "returned 'froni tht.morning.", i ;
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: north, ;,' ,y Get" yfiur school eupy) *ttar.theXt.- .. ,,, ....1.: '

,.. : : *,birthday.; [land, wedding* '., Prej almmee eJata Drug"Oe..;, Full line' of ,,tab-' i , ,OfTidl AN \
." to-to-Kau's. ,-. .. - lets" ,t"'PcU.: ...yfnipto! ? (

.. ; ; 'flnei' ", aria. .' Little H-i.. Anna Ma'bbeM. }left' 'for' Of J KanaahClty, ,-Mo..:>hoT lias been WINCHESTERLoaded :
c Ice of birthday wah her home Ormond morning' after a@at
; presents' *. .at" 'lfau- '>.-r; ;:v; a visit of,..several7weeka/this ,with 'her , here several, time*,will( bee ....:

:A, ,, : Wj J. Sear transacted' bUII uncle and, aunt* Capt( "end' Mf, *.+ Clay. ,: ; #, 1 p arklWfotet
i In Orlando Tuegday.: .' Jobnso ;1,, .i -
Next WEDNESDAY,26th ,
to ytir., and Mrs..EL.: ..)Lesley: Th*enrollment at the ITl hrb' School

;; al Sept., 17th,Vdanxhterh; to now mprethan'Onefourth the entire : ,BB,GOOD TaYQUR EYES::: ,- "'
j. population of thetown 'as jflven by Shells
.Pr14a .. C.. J. Turner1'' an. \ the day in OrlanUc/ Tuesday ,
\, atM > ) ..
I) d..h Bargain Store 1 I. ,the ': Mr. E', A. Nlemever lias again takenthe erally) due'to' Deective'Vylson: : ( : "j ;r...,>' r\:
for the ,White Star Laundry -' 'M' :
... agency >
fA school supplies. t. '
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\ ? get.101U' ,' and his wagon will call for and tESTED t : tP: Cattridges- ' ':
'; 1" ; Will Mosley :returned Tue.. deliver laundry ,too, any., part 1)1 the EYES tFREEi:'j M' A : f :
r : from a, visit Vo ,his parents at town,' .V ..irfi'i"' i 11 ia /

L ' ' ; ; !?, GltarlieIdooncame up ,.from I, Fort' REFERENCES, : atd: are prepared. to flll"brderi'at prices thai will be-to our'ltilvi 'td .1sa 1y

4' ' -Ou : .,, pencils pens, ink tablets Myers this week and< will make his Mr. ;E. 1 Klstiimmee.T'os .. ...JacKsonrilJe. ) elsewhere, 'Weeall ....ve"70u better nsyh '
Lesley, '
for BChooJ use, ab{ Maklnson'" ; or State need
b {*c t: / ; ,, home here.' 'He'will look atter'nil your and we will give yo*tbe prices"GooSs'!
: this &hal.. s blend Id' ,assortment of ather's grove and 'g row strawberries. ) ,' V7,. Conrad., Cashier Cjti? eady. for Immediate! future" .lherr'1dTr!. aslandi' foypure.lve..:
& and Wedding presents, see this winter. zen g* Bank Lakeland., i YOU' NEVEf: Know 'HiiT'lr0i

< t before buying., Arrived yesterday' : nice line of Peter ,.S. L. Vi' CIpnts,.. ..,, ex..mayor. ,of. ', , : : .:JWI8S., ;;>Y'NOTASKINCt, in01i:ITS:c

1 f: line -.La.c1ie.Dorothy.,. Dodd 'Pan Collars, Ties' &,.Plaid, Belts! Mat Lakeland.- "

just arrived: at Dana's: .'
' '1f". Clay Johnson Jr. residence was Mr, Anthony Roussett.,"having completed ton.'ex-postmaster: Arcadia''.,, ' ,, ,

this week through the M. Tiller the job of-setting up our /large Prof.., J., L.-'' Boone '(of. nigh PIARtA'J '
to.Hufu, Graham.. It. new press, returned, to ,TamparWed- KISSIMMEE.,'
,t w nesday night. ,Tony: certainly knows school,) Leesburff. '-L ... _ = __' _
,; kinds of picture. framed to 'ro- bis business, ," Mrs, W. M, heats,. QalnesvUle.-' - '
W ; : at Thompson's. I W. V. Clark U. A. 'i11.
boot pay 'ten cents for the same ; President : :
New ; 'fJ h Jones E.". of Orlando, came article as we sell for five cents at the Bank, of Commerce, Kansas City, '11" ;BUDDEDTREES'; ; ; ;;!'
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c Tampa on the morning) train Bargain Store. Mo. 'J'-
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,1 ." and; business.spent a few. hour here I The work of taking -an Inventory x-Oovernor W., E. Stanley 'of :

', 7. of the Piano stock of dry good. etc., Kansas., IS' SWOR.THBUlS: B.l&S ,
+ 'took"ardeD and,flower seed. was completed. on Tuesday, and Me.sr. .- ,
i' Kls'simmeei Drug Co. Stanford and Dann have -taken 'I
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t, *. Pliley\ left Tuesday for' At over the goods.Remember ., I Ml** Celia Goodman' i is spending CHASE.A CO.,PttOPHlETOBS 1 ,, J.,::;W.,.HOA( '_ fw '

.. to purchase: her' fall stock of we are'' carry Ing'4 nice I.to-day in Orlando Ve will have rosy; for, next Fall and Winter'planting' i ,_fi-.:
\ She-may go On., to Bal line of Grooer l. Block butter on i assortment of Oranro e and Grapefruit Trees of ..... '
rt before she' returns. ice have taken tbe' agency:, for Ftlr-> all leadlnt. .- 4.f,
a specialty. CITY BAKEBY
Sold Gasoline engines and, expect to :ties. Our tree are budded 'OD" od healthy' rough'LstBBan4
good time to. ware money by buy CaptJiP.: Sharp is up from Estero place at least 25 of them In Kltslm ,Hour Orange root, guaranteed free from Insect peste of any ....*.
' y figured white goods at,HaU's. bay and reports. a bad accident) to tbe mee In the next two months tot pump. All budded from bearing t.ree.lo our grove and ihorefoe true to "

i, and Mrs.. r.. H.'Cohoon return dredge Kissimmee the pump'. breaking jog outfit, Cheaper and better than name. Our facilities for growing ,nursery ;stock are'-stBSj i.ti\ .,
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.n' ; week from Dayton, Tenn. andputting an, end to the dredging windmill See me and get estimate.! "none and our tree area ane as' money and twenty' ye'ex. t
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which place Mr. Cohoon has a for the,time being.Ft. Myers Press, tf pO..Wbit.e.o penance can produce. :We are making a specialty: this .....' _
'I the tamou California Valencia Late which la destined 1
at to beonsM, ;
'' i where they spent the su nmer. Our line of School Shoes for boy Kl.slmmce''Is taking on ,new ''life the greatest money-maker in Florida, Our Valencia bud oacne. ..
,' oo Shoe' **', for men, 'none and Bflqlq\ to now complete., Call and these days. The county-zest of Osceo direct from the. best bearing tree In' the1' district now famous for; i
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sold 'only at' Dana's. see them,at'. ti; anford"*. c, la 1* one of the most substantial producing the best Valencia f In California; '" ..

: >l { SmithCo..-have "purchased Eugene: Bryan: .left Monday for growth-la tons not In the rapid State 1I.and i I. of While the kind its Write. for. prices? to ;;W. HOARD Qotha.. Fla.:'or call' and see"our, Nu; t taeries
Marshalvllle, Ga.. to spend a short '
business of Martin Thomas
livetvy :
that makes future .' This '' a.t Waco on Florida,Midland R'R.: )
city.
Hotel Tobopekaliga and have time before entering upon his studiesat a summer ,
It by buying new horses: the university' of }' several fine brick. building* have , , ,, .
Gainesville -'
; ,, -carriages, etc. See their opens for the fall term at 1 been erected, new store have been' ++t++++++++ .......tH (.1t4 .. ..'. .. ..Htt ,... + '
'I In this issue. on tbe 26Lb.f opened and there Is a general air otprosperitr (

\ for rent, apply ,to M. Til you know an item of news don't Tampa Daily and,herald progress,' in the.town.-' : )
-r ,: : fail to call us up or send it in.. We Right of Way Stages
e.4 want all the news. The following propertiesweresoldthrough : :;
ll F. .W.;-'Hilt of Narcoostee': went the M. Tiller agency during ,
', I Jacksonville: Tuesday to meet. .We understand those of our citizens the past ten day: The Arthur Simpson ; ,
'; .. daughter. Miss Madeline who ha who'contributed to Mrs. Mary T. place on Emmett Ave., The valuable FLOYD SMITH &HCO.ProR'8.SuaciMOr. : :> .
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Whltson's 'write-up-the-town" (? .1.
' : spending tbe'.ummer in New ) market property on Broad ira .
/ *. .Mrs.: full Is expected re. fund are considering the,. advisabilityof Ave.it The M. Tiller lot on Drur1" .. to MARTIN tHOMAJLi ''-. ,
from England about Oct., 1st. clubbing together and buying a Ave.1 [and the ,jKnlpe pasture Ian, , ,. :

ti 'and winter Dry Goods now kicking machine., east of,!,I .immee.. It. \, ' "a ,,
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and at Dann's.' 'Hon. G. F.:Krtbba, one of Narcoo-: Mr. C., C. Turlington.' of Ozark, i New Horses 'New "' ',t Cairn 1
aee's ,
most prominent Buggies
orange grower Hew ,
Ala. been negotiating for i :
was visited by a Destructive pent the day in town. Saturday last. wbdbas : ;
: of Dr. Thornason's -
which de- the purchase property
last Tuesday morning Mr. Krlbbs report a fairly) good crop .
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ed P. It. StarbIJ'l\g.Deral.tore. of fruit at Narcooisee, and that shipping here, .arrived" Wednesday to look : NEW EVERYTHING t
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; ,T. Wilson's grocery store,, the baa the situationover. He Informs ut t.J
already/begun. ,
P. and S. A. I* railroad office. that since his arrival the deal for the r
Converse's drug store and 'the I If you have any laundry to send Thomason property. has been declaredoff. : ,,., ./ ,
and want It "done UD" In good but bets being shown around by '
away
church bad narrow es : : cat
d., .' shape, phone,the City Bakery. ;, our hustling real estate men, and It f* ,.When, you want a Flrst- a5s' tareotit} '' ,:.us ispi;,

{ line'of pioture'mouiding' and Phone your wants, we do the, run probable that be will purchase property ',' "r '; 'I
and hiJamlly here,
move
PHONE 01.Seasea ,
lust ., J. W. Thompson. ntng. ,,
*, arrived. '" 1 "" , .' _
r ,KJSSIUMKK DRUG COMPANY.Mr. New barber shop at' Patrlolt's' oil '
Stanford Carson Grave Bard- tand. Service by tonsorlal artist
Company la having a cement Roma:Thomas Lbe efficient and conversant with all the latest fads, latarberlng.i ,,
"" .it''W. : built la front of ,their new accommodating bead ,lerk at the i '' !:% "
They have ..1.0orb out the freight depot, ha* tendered his' ,resignation .i Op&a >.. ; ;Opens; .; J Offelillt 7Sc ...* Tarn.
In the oil room In the rear of to take effect Sept. 26th, next We received early thle'week'a nnm- ,
1.'asId tM
' old building and will have "a Tuesday. Mr. Cleve Outlaw, his ableassistantwilt her of communications from our 'sub- The opera season 'was, opened arc the i1' s Uiat .. ois. ba3era
,,, floor put in. .T. W.' EllHs ass. ; be 'promoted to thevacancy. . oribeqi-ak a tilstaoce. stating that (hey opera house here last Wednesday rice BOW very aw.. pit..-lbs grow ls
contract for both'job. .. had not received last weeks 'ValleyGazette. evening by the Gaboon-Pol Stock section around . alai n.blu
r"< '' Co. "Tbe LlHte ,Miat a. effort to aU .sIb N le
Owing to the fact that .theInstallation wo prevented << a.an' 'J
I ready for next Monday. Call Bring nickle) ant w'comic; .. .
get supplement and adjustment of ournew t tittes',14' a moat glassing asaaaac to aiM.t *r
;; see our school supplies. W.'' B. tablet with sketches for paint press was, a " IN.. TtaCJo. ....... :-a
; son Co.; <' !al'. W."B.NaldD.on. Co. cipated, we were unavoidablyys. "* 1 playing, IBacting'of i... .... lib q {i

1.118&1'" < : : '. people Who have been Come and Inspect our ,fall good In printing our. 1 J laM weaks Isfta, i = ., .
; ; before buying else wbere.'.: the papers were not nsl N ,tttl.
at' the various'-resort. p'd &
; CASH BABOAIN STOBK Monday afternoon. it..Is a ,'fte r c fiM.A1b1a '...' ''tile .oea' t ,' ,
has the country are now re pleasure to us to know that the paperis Mrs.Mordaunt; was ', ........._w _.. ______ Ii ft.
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o- and the first of October'' will Dr. W. L. Whin' household 1 '
so highly apreclated by our subecrlb- formerly Miss Ethel Weatberly, and said to be the prevaUtnff poles oS
ed nearly all of them'comfortably furniture arrived this werk from St. ers, we regret the annoyance, to them spent her cbildhood.-d4y-: .-Ste for the f rait-on the'' *ree. ,over dta; '
In their homes again better Ix>uls,'and he has been- busily engaged caused by the delay and,, shall en- 'appeared In the play "Mlcah: Pow'! way' '"blohprfoe the :peopledeclmtng are
than ever that Klssimmee' 1* / baring placed and carpet deaver not to be tardy again. '" a boy and "Felice/1- French, maid, to f oon.I"'.'' ,The Krower
best place on: earth In which1: to and matting put down In tbe Fox both of which characters she portrayed declare thst thr'q, will let tbe'" fruit remain
'. the year round. residence In south Kissimmee so i a* ,This Is'to Dot.Uymy customers that in a manner that won for h r many on; the tree and rot before tbejr
.. Egbert Gillette head of the to have eyerthlnjllln.blpshape when I! have returned, and am again.* my expressions of approval from the; audience will tell at any such price>> as $ ".: ?
Colon* near Runnymede re his family get'here.'They are 'expected place ('D North "Klssimmee, ready to who bad known and loved her : ,>Tb crop I t. a,. good one, aitbotgp';it 1':
re4 the Editor last week. with a here .,next Sunday, and the receive all orders for ele"olnll.dJeIDjl'Ind as a child. -* :' "- j It.> Is) DO'utealiYe.' as .the K: produolnjrana
doctor will go to Jacksonville to meet pressing clothes. All orders will. , + Is not Dear .
pine apple grown by the After the performance quite a number eo great. a* It oo *
on 'their fine, ,plner ''Mr., .'theou. .receive prompt attention.SPRUi FlIDtutro.: I of people assembled at,-the :stage I was, but abe buyer 'a.... to-' have a
,bo : states they have, about\ four- A second hand-De.rfng mowing machine t" : door and greeted. heir:. when, shay came :oorblDStton( ( ,.by wblob they are trying
t a of an acre In pines, which. will ..in. good condition for- sale Mr. O. n, Morrison* who.has been out. MS'SGeneral ; '< i to hold the. price down.',...Thegrower*,
\ year bring about $750.00 cheap. S. C, G; ildw. Co., I appointed local manager for the'.Pos Lee.-. I declare thatthey will not .elt at -any .(,\'
? ':. expect to. bring In about 100 1tI'O..1 tat Telegraph Co. has received noticethat Robert E. such prices as those that aH: offeredDOw. . ',
' from now-until Deoem 'er. 'Card have been Issued by Mr.-- .nd the supplies. for the KI..lmIDMomoe Was' the greatest ene'lI-J l the..: worl ."and' .as result, veryrtnr "'-DI-II? "
: } I Mrs. N. B. Carson announcing the has been *{btp >ed.! < Mr. "''No..t.on has ever known.. 'p llard. "Snow action In this sections have keen. 1vscorded.Tamps -

4' : City. Bakery u agent for the I approachingmarriage theirdanghter 1* also Informe that the work, of Liniment Is the1 greatestLlclmentQuickly .. .Times.'' ." .
Star 'Laundry-the beat, tn'the Helen Marion, to Mr. Edgar:' *Joseph construction 1* being pushed-with,, all cures all p.l6. It:la within ,- -- 5- <
f, Oliverwhich will occur in "he possible speed, and It I t. expected: !that reach <)f all. T. ,u. Pointer Hemp. '';'':' .
dr. Fred* ti Woodham of JJar- Baptist Church on Wednesday.Oct.3rd ., the Cuban Cables will haveLbeen: laid stead Texas:' Write: this is to, oer* .
e, v6 .. ,- who has been spending the at 11 A. M. Mr. Oliver I* a former bv'the middle of December and tbe tify that liallardi Snow Liniment ha ; "
X ,Mvt l'allDollth. in England re resident of Klsslmmee, now arising line in wor lnlll'l'der from that Island been used in my household 'for.,years : ; ,
St", horse> : Tuesday. In a note I young barrlsttr, of Savannah, through! to the north. e., and has been found to be an excellent
while Mist Carson Is Kisslna 'kIssiAUeIMFCo.); '
one1 of
Rheumatic
; '' Liniment for I am .
the address paOas. .
of
us to change : ,, any : .
mee' and I wa'it to prohibit person or
: most popular .highly aocompllshed never with out I...<
f to ,Narooossee Mr. . .. ;
paperback: -
ladle persons from selling any cow or .cattie \r
: young "Sbld by Robersons Pharmacy. .
#, .ay. '.'Your paper reached ' In the 72: brand, without nyj In* r' :. -. .. "
; : / week,,In the old: country Try the 'De.barber'' shop.: Everything ageat. In :1":
every pectlon or m / or ,WH Th\'l.EDO"FOft, .YOtJt \
.to O .- '
Fading
Season +en. < !
t'1.." .,. and 1wa.. always glad to .new, and. up-to-date. .Sharp' other brand belonging to)* the'asld' ( .. { t., ,
I' whatwasgolngr', on over razors, clean, towels first-class sec' K.' 0. Savage. It., D.. ,.. AVAOID.' Nest week the 'Wafers' A Carson '
...' ; .= ; all the time I was sway I ;'hare ''W : 'ii .
Grocery Co Lwillpsckandshlpbouttwo a cairry th e '" largeet d
vtce.WANTED:1 : ) ;;
a simply grand time, from start' eRin ,
by 'Chleago' wholesale Races--a t t6 >r. carloads ,grapefruit, the '..firstor '
,, l1DIsb..aod DOW I am back wold, : 'j most varied; stock. of 9'J'r,1ine ;, ;
, and mall] order house assistant man'aarerm this firm of the season. '
.,' again" ready'" for the orange' n>or woman) for this' county The'racea at the skaMpg rink last Tbe.Waters_ 'A' CarsonGrocery.Co. -In, ,towns" ,c, fo : I
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,, 1 .h.. and adjoining terrltorY.I"Sal.r, 920 evening drew fairly) good crowd and .,. are' the Irrreil 'handlersof ,: '' \ tthe; '
\ 4 V line";,13 60'and $4.00 .Queen and expense* paid weekly! proved very Jnterestlng- exoUlng. fruit In ''tbtj 'oount). :'and ,-they ex- : freestandpvrestof ,; y. r
1 ,1" Boots just arrived at Stan-, money advanced.: Work plelsaorpost.tionpermanent.Nolnvestmentore" ; They also brought out the fact 'that peot to pack and ship-fifty ,% ou.r.ud : ' ';; drugs, "
1'; '*. '. : r-' some of the local skaters are growing or more boxes this season.. In ,\ rparattonfor at fcll. times. e .ft;*
lace >time valusble.Wrlteatonoeforfiillpartioularsanden. very proficient, notwithstanding the this large. but-
required. Spare packing
t .I. .,Sol B. Aultman.. spent. the day iorlptloniarefllled;:
'' ; .i rink has been'opened, here only .about ness, they h.ve.pllrcbaled twentytflvecarloads Tour pre' .
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' &, yesterday greeting 'old' friends oloseself-adressedenvelbpe.' Address: three, Wefk.J' .. <:: of crate' material, two carloads by* Graduate'Jn :Pharmacy! '
telling; of the wonderful progress GENERAL Manager! ,, Morrison and his aid-de" : 'sodtwo
MANAOEn'lME.Lalte' ; r
ot
.wrapping besides ,
paper five yearsactual"'serf' +"
growth of Miami. .Sol wa .on ;Mr G our ley, managed -the, af- : :\ ; .
St, Chicago. ?A-IBt!: ; Camp earloai' 'of hoops- costing in tbe 4
i Ir-IrItln! wayto,Tampa, near'which place fair in a very creditable manhprar.d II about .I1 t.ee.Q'I.boa.and ,peience, 'Jio! ,
: hat a fine orange grove,--and after We regret M learn this Mrs.. J. K, : there wa* verrllttle confusion dis dollar.igwegate' ". r Doesn't this n 'mean '"'E onri p
,,>, of his crop Of fruit ;will go HlUlard has been seriously 111 for the order. .iTb crop of Luis eowity for <
.,<1 to New York to. purch.le"macbln. past several days'andtbe flrst of, .the Following are- the, ,winners. In --the. Jitseeason orange estimated. at .' about 'thing,, '?. ., 'i ,
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3i I >v ) etc. for Improving biB steam laun- week: It az thought/ that she could not different contests: which I 'about ..thesame ,
boxes *; f We
100,000 :.
at Mia ml,' J3I* friends here recover. The last day won, carry ;
Ihim raspy however or ao 'Boys one-third mile ;'race,: by a. last year.! .. '
/'* : pleased to know that Mr.,Auttman the hat rallied 'pomewhatand Dude Wallace.: r _! deliveryour' 'want'f '
li 5'1 In the. magic" city of f the hopes are. now ,, ent.erLaUwl.hat Men*: of ahaltmile, racewon.. by. j JF Notice: :'afew;momente'a : < if- ?
; tCoayt, she may yet get .well.; .Mrs.' HlllUrdI Emor/ Campbell.. "' - ; Chase.. This JW ,
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?l ;d.. ' S lob I a" most estimable lady; and .her Potato and woo -by 1. Jfottoe 1. fcereby Liven thei't'person. ; ?
counters fpoon.race
full :
and' are of ,, 1 !
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de r I boasting but we;" ; ,
*t..iI. large circle. of friends are hoping., for Oliver / ; indebted to the, W. J. arinxDrviOoods > j
'ft', ,-\ :! .al..n Store Come'; and.-"' ,Inspect, them the belt,.- Ladles one-batf"'mile'race:,, 'won, b jI.rieUu4diestdn Cftrapariy- bankrupt 'oral) i.\utneti: .,ki,* 'Wri: )ktio'vr, i W&jca4please.ti "" "

'1'"- / ': i directed to pay their account vo thai{ ; ; \; '" d
:/ ." are in receipt-of a >copy:'of. the If It... Ladles needle.aad thread race,- :'won Undersigned within 30 days front;, .' & \ \ ''
f' L list of the State-Fair.- which Reputation; .,; b, Marie Haddleston. ' ; i or' step* wUl be taken to collect!' same .::: : ,-

be.he d.In.,Tampa Nov. U.29th; .You are aft t%> White's Cream :Vermlfujie Obstacle race; woo byEmory Camp- by law.!' >,,T' )1.ffUItPHTru.t.e1Q _?,ay. ::. .....' -- .'. '
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distributed.: 'It bas world wide Baokrt '
.;J. n are now1 tying 'a reputation as bell*, { : ; oteyKtsslmrnee "-
;d;i the ; -publtshed- this .year In a neat ih -'. mph)"" lo&'mriaod..contain ninety" for its tonic (nfiuenot on weak and unthrifty ,Barbecue it, East. (tafcc. ; ; ; --
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Whas: 'we ; .fit would{ seem atmosf every "''jterv sUtngthwis their nervous"system 'and beach of East Lake In M.. _-,C,;'_ _""! reached here-Tuesday "etenltwr'with ''abanebtof . ,.... '
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rV{ >>' In tbe state could find ?; oruethln(? restorer them tr> healtli .' and vigor Ma'.pafctur. Friday Octorb.'Ytmhsemoms : ; 2i4 bead '{yt I'ae"iN.III."WUij " -'. ..- '
i tt';.;fip ; tbe list for wb.ct. 'tb'e!"' could'com\ natural to a'child./.:Jf, you want, a ff various kinds) everybody t for C.PV'W..;,JR.'Towes.( for ssvliMiMut.,,,[ :: [ "- ,f j ofoiir;;:: --
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...... i"I'OR j: l/efore/ lilui ou the wall the in l.- Threat. of Intervention Came Palm,

HERFATHER'S' l towl ,Upon bo ahelfi; the same Doings Florida- to _Issue Peace Decree-Roosevtlt's ".-
d n, tuous sweetness from the' : ; ( CetUr: 801. "Toplo.
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been seven yearaiiRO, when liar

POINT SIN sit bore with hid arm around/ r y T '. .... T #" ... T .... ... The iroat toplo of' conversation'el.ct In to uUe r", '
y of everything; ,
lifter,hour ilt those delicious : exclusion:
evenings ot his youth. All ai Governor gpeak In Tampa. *" 1 Condemn Peonage Reports. Havana tur.lay was present Rooaw' ',

VOF been, except'Jano Grand: To nn mtdlence of representative i The turpentine operators) convention , v<.H'. tatter regarding the situation
k ..he-bow fearfully changed! of, Tampa Governor\Breward< I clowj at JafiksooAUle/ UlLh the
interviewed
During: the first hour that an Address ,over two hours In election of the following: ofiloors: President Palma declined to be

together Moliim could .. (.' at the court hou...?going' Into Prerld ut,. W. M. ,Tooni r;: first vicepresident oi the subject but I:* known, '

,ANNBDEDWARDS.. himself away fromone: Idea-the details In explanation of liln Alo'x' Seasons 'Jecretar)', J. that >he, had very confidence of a.cquare ., '

on Jane's face. Jct had 01&11 to drain and reeUim"/ !: EJvoS!; A. Hol1oc\ian\ ; treasurer, n.I.. Ba...- doal"Conman.let
.'' tier sbricwhat Altered\ of *. The meeting waspr3l3etl nett. ;; Colwcll cabled the navy

for a woman to have: so \'.r by Wilfred Clarkson, chairman 'maximum' wage 'Ic&le''u odopti departleM"that the r&volutQn. lead-

.... ?-JI'II.' '?"" 1,001!'.lt'1Il1"' 'JCr wiF7r'1d'iand "- at (elsht-aiid-tweuty him a shock, that only was Ills / it the ,Illlliborougrr' County Demo- i e,ch inentber to post $25 forfeit AIS aasunxl i him that they ,h.d oak
gave ,
lPUAPTER JX1L' 14vOoatIqoed. you speak as'if I wished to.change, pnlufnl. He' had known, many; : ' Executive committee and ,Pit iald scale, r.6t to go Icto effect until hustilltiai and again offered to bring' r

i' 't my .ta tee.. So much do the best of,..men ns.fresh at elght-ond-twenty 1 "platform with the suite's chief agreed' to by 75 per cent' of the opera him their arms, tie., and disband their
"5' the know' of ",women she added mournfully eighteen oe if no "CtUII lIi"iI. lttratfJ beside Mr. Clarkscn. were tors. The scale Is 1 1-2 cent per! box totxoo.' ConnuaiKJor Col1'el stated
'T"t may.. Imagine mental co"dl-> ,"So.rauch do you, after,all these! charming In all tbe subtler 'oIB, Thomas J. L. Brown and Samuel ,fcr cutting, .50 to CO( 'cents per barrel he bell*/41:' that ho could.. I authorized t,
ton of the vicar '
-a man so yearspast.btp '
many '
youth Incredulous lo a morbid years; know Of mel Why. sir, I have I matured and experienced:! ; '. Fletcher. for dipping, and '70 U*< SS Cents 'per I ,end ,tho insurrection at i
Decree ) of ne'fer'bnd, a thought/ of such things. I Jane looked all but ..middleaged.Perbnps Colonel Fletcher made a brief'' Intro thousand for chipping. once. Up to Sunday night, however, noinstructions

pleasing respecting and possessing bis own a'powers perfectly have-never sought to be seen even, or Mr. Mohuu forgot uetOl')' speech before,tbe governor"be. Strong ,resolutions were Adopted condemning in this, connection 1111.1 been,

accurate,knowledge as to tbe very airy to meet'any living man 8Iu'e.tll. Iny- Grand'. life had be& daring his' address, which was full of sensational reports publish rvcelved.' The commander also repoited ;

and 11o'l1batantlol'tOtlndatlon upon the day when GIfford let me. ; and now even >ears,the amount of allusions to the drainage scheme ...d'IIlNew, York papers alleging; cruel to department; that negotiationsfor

which its best hopes were; In reality that I am young no longe..ou speak to she had gone through us c la full accord with the governor's treatment of workmen In, turpentine had been opend with thea""ermelt '
'based -. me of finding happiness In loving someone with tbat of'tbe well wearing for the reclamation of the Ever. camps, peonage, etc., as 'au Injusticeto pace and beleve an.
but him! You meant w.lI.) Mr. Fol,, hill beings wltlr .whom ,be ,
ri don't think the flower are looking lands. Chairman Clarkson then and mUrepresentattve ot Florida. would H. '
111 C; Jane. 1.think It is :yourself that I.ehanled. left ;you meant well-but you don'tknow placed her at such the governor, who 'started It wa agreed to. abolish the practice : added that he was Informed constantly
after all th..IIA Bearer'It ; woman to look young long two
even a '
me,
.
You don't care for your for with the statement that he would of advancing money to labor pa>'- ns to tbe attitude. of the revolutionaryleaders.
Is, doubtless, a Rood thing a are necemaryi-flrst, nu,
flowers now a* did a year ago." his talk In consecutive them '
yon order tag only after work has beenperformed.
and Mr. of features;
man to escape being rejected; nonuo of cast '
,"I don't care for my flowers!" Dn Follett's( Intense disappointment Was, 1 great capacity for feeling the propositions; How the state Jn an opon letter, Alfredo /aya,

-band* ceased from their employment In doubt not, tempered by thankfulness acutely And,.Jane possessed'' the ,Everglades, what .le<
an Instant, and she-turned full around that Jane had never for a moment suspected of these Her ',fragile, oval : enactments and .court proceed: Lawyer Zachary Disbarred. en behalf, of tho liberals to negotiates

h' t,"" ,to' the, rlcor. "Why. Mr' Foliettt. I him of. speaking for hltm.lf. one sure,. even In a far I .' hod been accomplished looking Judgo Francis B. Carter at Pensa- lace bn'tbe'basis ,that Senor Talmiv
think all I do for .
:they are care now But her very blindness "hoWe4'blm the than hen had ,been, to lose its ; their reclamation,, and lastly, thombnmGnt cola rendered 'a decision in tbe case shell continue a* president; that two
What have I left to for but
care rayOwn
more strongly/ In. what light she viewed early, Tlie flue complexion : to the state constitution, of W. Ik Zachary: an attorney, against of the cabinet ministers shall be meiuVoIB -''
and
selfish '
I, poor" small pleasures, him, even' jif her oven Indignant words younger days had alone saved Is proposed, to accomplish their whom dUbarment proceedings hat of the liberal paity; that th.
sand- set it forth.: looking too frail nnd -., '" been brought last
: 'Wa* tbat sudden hesitation propitious had not so plainly by the state attorney louaiclpal oeer removed year
T The Vicar. deluded himself into "I: have never sought to be seen by. when she was quite a young The governor then denied the assert upon Instruction from court, the judge i-hall be restored; that the tlecta a
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IhinUng so. or 'to meet living mnn )since tho day this she had wholly and of some of the state's "new. I Kl'an tod ,a'.motion'disbarring Zachary laws shall be revised find that now

? ."And what'else,.Janet What else do'you that GIfford left me! Within a very few days of the ] aper*, that 'he 'was the first to' pre from further practicing In the court t1E'ctlcnt of senators".end representa

care for;, except your own poor; II,, the Vicar of Chestcrford classed of her engagement to Mohun. to' the ,.people of the state this of the state, stating that there was t\'E'S IhaU.be held and also election
with the married than pale, -
't l.amaJl... seln>h pleasures?'' palpably Huntley, pale, more { scheme, and cited record of 'preponderance of evidence to show governors and provincial oftlcerfc to> ,
Mr.: ftlllett of the mill or now. The blue, veins were
doctor or ,
**A Florida legislature that he was of all the vacancies of those removed
memory; sir, looking straight to show that guilty the charges
', Into his eyes. "'Not much you will cay: any happened other to aged wear man a'of coat the Instead parish of who a violet distinct shade upon around her thin her temples eyes ; 'far back as 1845.resolutions had brought against blnt"which' srcone I last December. Senor Zayas say that 1 I

vto live upon;, but ntlll all I hare got gown! He felt horribly Intensely bitter an unearthly look of size end ; adopted by the lawmakers of the pfracyto defraud the creditors' of a the revolutionists have suspected all,
-
r 'you, know, all I have Kott"And towards ber. Ife thought he bated her lips, so scarlet when GIfford : asking congress, to appropriatenuney man named Pennington. Some years the tln>. that peace parleying was
: then she turned away and began her. He thought ber faithfulness to them last, were colorless and for the survey of these swamp lnce' the creditors of Pennington going on; that- tho government was cx.

abruptly to walk: up and: down with GIfford tbe obstinate, stlff-necked fancyof seven .years which bad brought : overflowed! lands 'xHe were foiclug him into bankruptcy and petting help from the United Stated. i I

.t' 'quick. short steps; along the gatden a fool. He thought beT declaration 'to the best stage of a man's life went< 'on to show various enact lie deeded a valuable.placo to Zachary Three American warships are the I !
nr path '4.,.habit that had"rather crown of It to himself Implicatevain, heartless fullness of maturo ;youth,.had of the legislature from tlrao 4o save It from the creditors. Later most imposing and InterestDg'ob.loll I. .

V 'tipon her since UIBi.Lynch'* death tbesuppression acmany ; and, under The! Influence of these Miss Grand almost to the time vltb retard to the matter em 'Wanted his property back, bu,Zachury cn Havana bay. 'i
such mechanical means for.
genial feelings, he "broke' out\; Into,the age. ) : the same statements whicn refiidod to redeem amine. Pen- del nedly, yet pointedly U typical or
: of tb/uigbt do grow upon following speech: "I am greatly. changed, ba the /act that It I. the
I whose minds ghosts walk: at heretofore made use of In his ningtoii carried ''the case Into tIN intention of
.1I.fI'.on.l times and who live, much alone.! "I beg your pardon for what I hare said,to him once daring the -\' campaign. Courts and In one ,,of the ansv/ers 'the UnIted'States, to take a hand In ,
said Jane-pi beg your pardon for believing "You never thought to' find me j facts Cuban affair to the .
Mr. Follett watched ber a* she took ---- 'flied by Zachary developed extent at Ila.t ''
"two'or. three of these short'turns Inalienee your heart to Lave the slightest and faded as.I am 7" The work of building;, the which caused Judge Carter to brine .of bringing crder out of the present

,. ; .then be 'met her midway hi tbe need of support or affection. As you "You are Jane Grand itlll, the East!: Coast railway-front! home-* I ;proceeding for disbarment chaotic conditions
path justly' say, yon. have never seen or been ford. The, daylight was stead to tier Wbst, Is profresslrig: act On the other hand the government
and In the tremulous t !
to receive ,
seen by one worthy your now
','"Jane,. child, i don'tlike to see you any ' ;' an men and money can aronipllsU -+ The Gulf Coast Fair and Agricultural Is makhg filial strenuous 'efforts ti>
of be saw
love since Mr. Mohun left. Fortunately night, only
walk like that. That walk Is the fe., :: restore >eacp In the, Island
I i of the soft-curved it. The greater portion of exposition will be. held In De- and thus
an you are so averse to tbe:thought figure,
perish Action of on whose' mind Is 111 at of marrying you are now again to 1 tve delicate hands which took grading/ over the.Florida Keys has ;i--Funlak 'Sprl KIi October 31: to N'ovem- avoid anrUlnd of American Intervention. -

'.....I'X-wouldllot'have your mind so, a neighbor from whom you will know so Strongly to his boyish passion. eon-pletod, with the exception her S, inclusive; :A complete and The object of these, endeavors, ,a

;Jane,' If I could help It" yon have nothing but a'friend's regardto Grand-more to me, however [ the fills that will.connect the land comprehensive cataloguevud' premium I Is ltatd Is tbat It may bo able tony

The expression. of his face quite melted fear.' Mr.. GIfford Mohun 1* coming than any other woman In the the trettlrt and brIJgei.; This list hits been printed and 1*, no* time Secretary of War
:
.her. She-*held! -out' both"her Jifludu., back."Jane! ; I am here at.this moment She..did not ask herself by Is being pushed as rapidly as ready for free' distribution, copies of Tart and Acting Secretary of Stat

.to-''"tun.ir''bo1l''arood? for the express purpose of telling you. process his Indifference( l !. .. .Several concitte miser" which may be bad by applying totJie'sacrotary Bacon arrive that peace has been Ih "
;. should\ ypu are to me Gifford' Mohun: Is,coming back :to recruit been attained. All that her #ve been built and '.l"IIt.to..the'loCene \ R. W. Storrs. Nvtablo cured and therefore there?i* no need
what I'do'wltbout'you? 'When If possible some rat pis( .shattered greedily, drank was the thou ton the American
:..when ( ) and on* cr two of them among t.Jw premiums offered Is ISO government's Intervention
know, t:begin some thoughts to walk: like come this to."wlthout me::you ,: fortunesJby. living quietly:
'thinking/ ,what t dot but I will try nvw I hope yon. will. pardon my unintentional to him still. The love story steel .trestle a>d draw bridge like cum for' the beet single road permanent tranqulllty. '
'I offense, now that I have givenyon opened at much the same the extetbion' in' horse A U. also of 'of the government '
to walk again a* yon..don't like it. The 'I; arrived Miami premium offered MtOb. state
here In '
after'auntie'died.* and 'Dean.scarcely and ilrawrill. ,span Jew<< nun faroi. There are also premium for with the advice la President
A* be spoke a strange )lgbt'rame comfort to himself, of peace, ot ; lo.
help 1! ,DOW* I would not do,that or across Miss Brand's face. She forgot almost) of freshness In this k. eonnactlng The' mainland with poultry exhibit, garden pr04ueta'aool velfs letter; jbat they have no ob

anything'' else,la.the' World.to give :yon Mr. Follett, forgot that be bad wounded i room with the' odorous
......4t moment's. Bain.." ..., ', ber Jrldethnt: be was speaking I playing ou his face, and a us rjfldly as poMlh) and ,fair ground will .bo oj>*n for the the United Slates-in the matter I It '
.><. The IPPMSWI flC hf>r bond was wsirmlseal / bitterly, her or speaking at all. Gif, (however gone off) who still .. will be running to that polt: .a tecptkji/ of exhibits on Friday, October becomes' necessary, but they believe
,. honest (*. u.. ahoae. hem her
tod fast / *. evtftaaribr. so cold 1119 ''He. IW IIorcr.bro1ten?and weary, returning " Jan felt only. that the''dream . always. attractive) and this one' promIn !tnt and the ,revolutionists t

4 vwMa at ffeethur. onrtt to bare made to .ber-was to come true. Her girlhood was .clothed ,with ,Judge Cecil! 0 Butt died at his homo' ** tn bathe best ever'hldCharles . the necessity of any hatr.nton
,
:,, an aspirant lever' raptur U.;, But: the eyes filled and sank to'the ground; her blood once more.. She was .,Sanford a few days ago after unl- ," I"" -.. ,J least, they say, they ar makinG an ;
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vicar felt \ehtfedpm'though a harsh.. Up* trembled; a,faint color rose up In ford; Heaven bad' not .... lasting bouiethinc over n rear j -, > attempt to accomplish, unaided -
beeentwlnd'had-rroddenly swept her cheeks. For a few moments the ever deaf to ber entreaties two months ago he and hU :K. Sudmall. the- managerof with fair''prospects, of .
.'upon standingthere,, among tbe years of heavy pain seemed lifted from Yes, changed though'' they: I' moved to Sanford from Orlatxlo the Milton ,Telephone, Exchange, This U the latest phase of rapidly.ucc" -

= siunmtr, roses.. It' Is one thing to write her and she was a girt again, listening some things, the story hid had leaned the Hotel Wllion, The who was tried the estweek,"for the changing situation that developed late I;'

of the' Influence''of kindly hands and at the little wicket forMphun's, step in the same page: as-of old-one 'cause of his death wax murder rf'"T. N'-IDnIn. was exonorat- Sunday,, afternoon. when an extroordUbary '
eye, and another feet It,; Mr. 1"01.Iett.waa'Jfb.lbJ.'that the twilight; a few.moments, then she the other submitting tobe was J.
,a : '. dlnensp.. Judge Butt ..ri>ol'h frt, tbe evidence showing slf-<16rnre. gazette issued containing
no woman ever tememhered"Mr.) Follott. an4tbat If was a page beyond which Miss 1
caught the hand and looked Into the she was going to shed any more foolish was fated never to read as long; Elizabeth city) N..C" on November ( Wltntsses testified" that ,Ertau a peace decree' signed by President ;

w .yes of the man, she loved as Jane wa tears of Joy it would: be dlscreeter to GIfford Mohun continued to bEt 1559! ,,, He was educate At the Unlentity who was: a' young lawyer' !abu Palo: J

-doing now.NSh' was grateful; dutiful I escape' and shed them alone than ,to of her romance.. ,of Virginia and was a gra.V. td the telephone! manager at the hotel '

affectionate, 'to.him..as to. A t.tbe..no. : weep here with him for an audience.A The time went on upon swift I of Vnn-lorbllt College; H. came ,. Inter at a livery stable' and finally ,THIS PRISONER Is OWN JAILER., :.1
more." ear.. ago and followed him Into tho telephone ex- t

_ >tie bid bin embarrainment. and Olsen- terias out'something about the ,*nddetines length the lamp came in. GIfford' at 'Orlando where he began,; ihsnice biUUIng.: There he attacked Turpin Contimplates' Suing For Wages 'l. .'

:mired 'himself. from tiee.'' cruelly kind of the news and the way, in to think h. had too hastily .. practtuo; :of law.: ' On the creation lilm on the balcony of the building; Foe Unique torlc.; ; i

) r ;hands by ttooptngdoirn picking npboii'of which It bad overmastered her she ment on Jane's good look I the 'criminal court of record tt t.with ''a ,knife, cutting;, him In 'two Kmmet Tiu-pin la ii own Jailer at ;

her frardenlnir .-IOT...... 'A. be found that she wad ,already alone. of course, suits, all county he'wa.. appointed judge ,l places, *when Sudmall struck, him Mi Nashvllic.: Jr.". H* a' priaouer lu 1

., ".:- presented, It. b. remarked quite In bIll There are probably: few men generous are not young and faultle..,' ; j th; court.,'and continued occupy i Mow In' tbj face, knocking him',over 'the Brown county log jail at that L.' \ '
;- 'usual .collected: tone-IndeedIt struck enough to appreciate the charm of then poor Jane's face had become ),I nffloH"until last,yep.r'when be win 'the 'balu"t'lltte. The rail from ''the |dace' I'!.

''on'Jane'* heart II.'.poke a little formally blushes called forth by thoughts of an flushed with something like Its |, by ,Judge Bejgs. Judge second floor of the building to the Being bil own Jailer, Tnrpln .

: 4hat vhe .always recommended old 'lover Immediately.. after the rejection color during the Intense ] had very many, friends through: Ihivement below l fractured, tbe. skull li"ve..he ought to be paid to his ser bo
'persons' wbo lived much alone to rnk of themselves;, and the' Vicar' of the last bour and a half.. the" state. /> uf Krvln, enuring. hi* .:Meath., vices, an1 is contemplating suit for I
themselves early from all, tbe habit Chesterfield", did not. with all his virtues As she poured out tea and : the wag* ubu lly paid jalUrn. I

thatlonelintss engender He had had ; possess the superhuman qualities to Mohan;just as she need to do To celebrate,,the ,completion 'the ,The restaurant ,of-Charlie ,Wilson', Late last.fall Turpin was '
,a great deal' of experience himself that requisite for such self-abnegation.: JIhad she was a girl, be was struck '\ stud Cued : alt
.. Coast canal, the boards, of trade at; Newberry, was literally torn, to- heavily for of
way, and fa* knew bow apt all recluse turned abruptly' away at-the first perfect grace -which was, in \ ; ho, liquor 'laws. vIoltion,
'' fit. Augustine and of Daytona have pieces by; dynamite one. night tho He not ,
,were to fall Into,habits and thoughtstmllkeltboseof faint color that, rose Into,poor Jane's one Inalienable cbmnn-wltb. cull raloe, I
other people, unless delighted, downcast'face, and at. this fall of her plain black dress, her contemplation \i' gala day. Such past week. : nod four person.,1n the_ enough money to pay up. Being a con. A

!' "(tttey, iMlMpfcA4 themselves' to associate ,- moment (bitter at his own'folly In baring less step her timid, pleading mt'would no"doubt meet 'with i bulldlnr,"were in:> red,,Jessie Gardner, I went wiontt'MH man, -he philosophically
ioMK world about them. spoken of love at all bitter at Miss more timid, by tar than any-- ..approval. The"work Is now i a woman. having a thigh broken'.n,1 to Jail. There being no Jailer,'

r, t "y that, too said Mis Grand Grand for ber unwilling refusal of his much younger, London voices fllnhed on' .this Inland water fade badly' lacerated.;, Her 'son., Bam i. lurplu hhusl took ebAr For

**"p f efytaat: .It will ',not'' take.a great suit\ .and trebly bitter, against himselffor accustomed! to. How would it .", -and' when it is "completed/'St'' Montgomery.-' alpo seriously.Injured. Jlearly days he.a beesb.prison, 1
''iianJ',more year to mAta: me a* eccen.trie his own last ungenerous speech to I him to return to his old. pure, will have ,a connection tjy Forest: Hunter charged\ ,with the jailer aid. . .r

? and"unlike"any one. elseas, old ber) was making bIll way back to the latfng .first love. ', give up the water route with all. of' tho. crime, wa an evied .and-committed. to ,r

W s.Brown. And do 'you know+,. )lr.tt vicarage fierce and' .fast. beneath the had .got so Jlttle of satisfaction : ..a along the lower east coast. The, Jail In default! of $500 boaC.: DOCTORS ACT DISGRACEFULLY.' '
; ? IJI'oUetf"t sAitetlme* wonder If it Isn't j sultry morning sun much of Win out of.' and ) : 1 day plan; although In Its :IE- -

a duty t owe' to myself to give up this self'to the creature comforts promise to be successfully car 'Tlie' ,Cabana of Tampa appear to be While' They Wrangle
,lonely.life and try-' tetfrible effort It CHAPTER XIII. country domesticity, with this out. as the occasion 1* one worthy the only, residents of the'cltr much Died and Injured Men
f; would be-to, bung,myself ,to live with Instinct said to Jane thrft Mohun, gentle, adoring woman for his. Others Suffered.
; ,notice and will mark anew era In exoret: others, broken and, disappointed,,. would find The question really seemed pern. killed'and thirty '
congregate 'er.
. .progress! oithe east coast. -No natlvtIile..' They Inroup.
i .It ever n..man bad nipopening'mndefor ber out at once; and Instinct was right. of being answered .. baa: been prepared'as yet << .. about the street corners and Were Injursd by the collision \wo 1
) him here surely was one. Without after a good deal preamble '
At 7 o'clock In the evening of the next : heaifty loaded
tills will be when in the coffee' houses. Ybor electric ;'
announced of can
to think la.t'let Grand know the City and. !In San
the Miss
y: ,.awaiting Ttear broke,fottnj day GIfford walked! coolly Into the little i nt '
1 j j'to''' speech;*- hnrrleoV disconnected parlor where e. Will sltllng breathlessly was not utterly Impossible, for. . feature* of' -the'"' ,celebration' West Tampa; and excitedly discus the. KraneUco Sunday)', Following,the ac- 4

\$: speech-very: nnliko any that Jane had happy, and expecting him: entertain. It, I > decided ,upon.:- situation., ? k eldent'a.claer: of authority. t
'ever beard from Lie,lip., " .' : "I' Our
'Jaolet as be friend again. "On' revlent tonJoursrV-he \ between surgeon of tbe
*> -Jane\ that U ,wbot r' have often This wa*all JIll 'explanation of the ting beside him In; the old place Ii Bobert White and Louis Bunch, .0'11 A man named Jim. O'Neal,,,craie wished' to* say.. to' yon.', You' are,too past or promise for the future"; but the window again when GIfford men engaged<< lu a.. quarrel with jealouay,, called'bis. '' wile from should bOiplaJ[ a* 'to'' who l

young tOhnredon: with life.. It i* sound of his 1'ole.'Clf his footstep 'Will the, stereotyped quotation for St.'AMRiistlne Sunday overan; at. the home oVa neighbor where she was render aid to the wounded' The. 'tlt t

.'jnodstrous that you'should w..teour enough to unlock the whole long frozen cases-t"on revlent toujourlll,, debt of 75'u'nta..: White threw visiting ,at Micanopy, Ala ba county,* police,finally took a hand and the'Injured
'I' l>.t'years\ over one lost hopu .You do love of Miss Grand' heart She made years se tri as nothing since yon pocket knife with '.great force .the and cut' her throatwith: 'a razor, at 'were taken to tbe'Central'Emsr i j'

.,.. .w...It yourielf to try to b/'happl""'r no show of.coldneis..no concealment of saw each other I last. 1 hare penetrating Bunch' heart, and most severing, her .head, O'Neal mad* Gency% v '
hosulUl.
. Md live In tbe"world, and-ano7 Jane what she, felt at receiving-him. back suddenly<<1 upon my youth at . hi. death.: his escape: j, ,G
,.[ :1 Y ....... ',woman cannot mix',ic the to'her'again.: -.1 'Can't the old hopes come to life .. -. ----

inM-; to marriageyon: might, forc "Gilford-ah, 'GIffordMhave' ( waited<< 'toot-tbe' dear-old hopes wo The' Tampa city council has: con- Alleging that a passenger train WM ? MEAT FULL '' M GaTa

tfcepast-and. be happyr .: .so long for your; together.:: Jane: before that ""''''(th Civil Engineer Batton'to nine minutes ahead -of Its schedule at -
., v. It was the ya.O4** \ pn'- And,then she took his hand and led that dlyldeduet" .. ; 'Atlanta Inspector Unearth "
baotror ) the payIng construction the time her husband, W.WfLambert. Awful Con
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on probably erst M.; 111fMl'ful Win' to the'plaeewbsre-tbq.Aad used Mls, Grand clasped bee1 dltlons In
Is1 shortly U begin'.n. a freight engineer wa 'killed In Sausage Factory
' .gttaU.m" the;vicar' heart.Jane to:sit 'betide-the "' ..ndoW'11 d.looked horned away from him the cilr.. thisstate An Atlanta- ,
'beyond'Dlydoubt;meant Jt toe-ease. Into his fttce.' and I.regret my-criedover always rflh'rated.'t&, herself tp receive :UlrM'JCr') cent"of thg December 18...1906, and:that her about 160 Inapctor< condemned

_L'r' ,/she" limply, looked, 'at, tomwMarr.g.1 him 'a* mother 'tometlme doovr.ftI'J' ford Mohan's character*:was a amount' extended; The mayor hufband'sTlraln: was:four Itovrm late Enterprise .scrap meat In the

>"_ ..... ':'1< prodigal soda wOwi are given generous and Jioble'nlP:;bat's-- ;>oed tblJ'mea.ure 'fn the ground and,that" .lb.' train dispatcher;: was At I'efcsrs,Saueage company's plant c
'; 'she (exetaloMd' ="wr1 bAk to thorn; and Mohun' pardon.for I stronger than. ,ber nelson ,' tit;,the'' ..dm 'alreeby'ekporided for fault la not properly arranging their at.lU l street'iryldayl'arteln" ,,, p'r '
Ore t,:Heaven; -....) >.,-P1oa1mtmlauederatand the cruelty of seven yard wa _J.cJ...' bade ncI'W Jrom.taking him' a this ch'purpose( had reached thousand IIIef.Unc'IrIn. Alma{ M.. Lambert' his rge' part of the meat Gent li ?
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me so! I meant to 1 It-musthave' ; :been 'a sotaewfaat In any;;matter" at all pertaining !' thattb."lt*&' t-. rt flled{.altbi:: ;.th&,,,;KuperioT 'ootirt, at by tat''butcher; to be, ground, 'Into

ii'i' famlly.a.faaitly.aeataliaWtald '; strong*, ,.no. for'::'fcuB.;'a "fueling Uiterestednes. or Hlt-ca rUlee./:"' / :;could be :secured! for $1,000 .Atlanta.'.Go..:..kID "$16,000, tram..ut* aaggota'Were. working,.part.
persons of, pay' owa, ',year*..., etrtage' from Its. "frwitneas :aadyee p ; : : $4,000," - ..' Seaboard ,ASr'Line railway., ; of te"condemned stag -was rdltin.
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' WARNINOJTO;. CUBA. .IRS .REID' _'',DEFENDS. .SELF; ,NOW HANGING' FIRE BRYAN ON, DEATH,. TRAIN : ----- _


Former Stewardess 'of Georgia" Soldlsrs Prominent North' O4Ire1l...... 'Member

''Horns Routs Ch.ract.rAs. "" :of,necl0n OsmsBlttsi. DIM h40, WOMEN WHO SUFFER

Gjven in ,Cqmmuhicatlon to sassins 'tn,, pointed ,Statement. Cuban. Rebels Reject J latest. ,denly Bn, Route <. ........ro, FROM
---r.
Islanders Roosevelt.A 1 'Peace Offer W Palm The arrival :-of' Wf'J. :.
by .Bt7&Q'at '
Mrs., Belle Reid,!former stewardess, ilroenaboro4'North.) Carollba'Mondaycvenintl'wae'sbadoed \ t'/'/
Sick
,
Headache
,va.blt starvwltness( at the Thursday ," \ In gloomOn .

A THREAT morning; session of the Joint legislative ArWAIP\ TAFT'S ARRIVAL the Lame train that bore him and the 2y III
.TO INTERVENE *
: ,, .. , Investigating committee at Atlanta l-arty was the body"" of Dr. Charles SHOULD USE:

I .> which' Is probing Into past and Ppncaa Mclver,, president of ttte

present; conditions at the peorgla'TBoldieri' 80t' sides Seem Anxious to.. Layi Ante, NOI'mal.and. Industrial College. .
Warring Factions Are Told Plainly.toRtatore ff'hO' /lied. of apoplexy "on. the train.
Home She was on the stand. Their'
Case Before United States. ki
Peace or Suffer Conse wa* ineroter 'of the reception
far probably ari, ,hour, during which Insurgents Carry War :ante commute on the -part of GuIlford

;c qu.nceTan and Acting Secretary time she wept copiously: ,, denied rigorously Santiago* Province.. county. Immedltely upon 'hi* arrival ; tff1 ICd
.
f Bacon to Visit 1 Island, the.ohar&e. that have.. been . the party 'wa carried b7'automable.to ': "'
t.J
mode against'her and swore that priorto A Havana epeeist ayeAt a-meet tlle.J.lcAdoo'. ',betel. where supper Lri ISIFor
_will taken ,,- .
At Oyster Bay NtfJ after *
Friday,
her employment at the, home conditions lag ot rebel leaders held In the town. ,
ball
'I.At'8. o'clock the city was crowdto
: conference with Secretary % / '
a> protracted
were awluWhUrt \. ( hall df Bejucal' Monday it was tlecldod -_ to Its utmost capacity, to hear, the y.. : 'tM
of :War Taft,'Acting .Sdaretary'otState Mr*. Reid war Introduced.by 'after a. number of violent' ,(tpeak6r.- ,\ Permanent' RenefII'IHIJIE'

Bacon and Secretary, of the the trustees In rebuttal her testimonywas speeches had been delivered, .not toacoept : Mr.- Brian's ap ech. was an, eulogyto t
w Navy, Bonaparte, President Roosevelt; quite as damaging as any that Dr; Mclrer, at whose Invitation a.cU' directly on the Liver., It will our* ;C0MST1V ,
.
the peace proposition of the .TION, BTSTKrSU. MAUBA: .AND OUUS. '
Js eaUnl free l
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leas yet been offered. Sbe swore that the Nebraskan visited Oreensboio 12
8': "addressed' an' Important communication government. from all. 1)OIsonou. mineral substances, and Is composed solely of
'" when she accepted employment at thehome' years 'ago on his first Visit to North
Llrg-GMaOIS.'EpeoiaIly
for"wiak"and'weary\ ,:
to Cuba;, and arranged to send il. adapted
the place, from collar to garret, .It not believed possible for the Carolina He spoke In the highest constitutions: *trngthn* the weakened glands! and organ; It check r'
X: Secretaries Taft and Bacon to the- I was filthy,''too filthy to be described. Cuban! government and the Insurgents " terms of tho" man. He pointed out aU derangements ot the human body.'_ ... , "

(, Island. to make a thorough Investigation The dining room and kitchen she said to come to.any definite arrangement -' that his life was an Ideal one, 'and CURED. HER: SICK ,HEADACHE "
ot things there, and lend their were'v11e'wlth stench while many of raid that he would rather die with his. "
In the matter of securing, peace ; Mr*. Joale Cameron Ceatralia Arenas, T iuls '
the stftcplnx rooms were ao filthy that record than the name and fame of:
Bad '
Influence to rettore peace.: before the arrival In Havana of Seo- I, Texas,,write*S "X HBRBINB gives taeq sk.
j': 'communication addre'Bed' the ncRreis who cleaned them was retarlei Taft John D. Rockefeller, Governor R. D. relief and take pleasnr. la recommending; It to eft. f"*<" '
li and Bacon. !
forced to wear a camphor saturated G1 nn"followed' Mr. Bryan and, paida womea who raSer from sick bcadach*."
the Cuban minister' to the United towel over .her face. The only results. thus far of President brief tribute to Dr Mclrer. '\VTnWTKXKXACHOrALLFifty '

i.. States.,8"n'or Quesada, and Is an 1m- In her effort to' vindicate herself PalrnaV del;' for ,the suspension :
of hostilities ha'e been that liberal ,Cents A Bottle AroW Alfs..dtIliM
f.. 1'l&Isloned plan to Cuba to realize hori Mrs. Reid gave the home the worst BANKERS .WILL PROSECUTE. .
a black It has received 'since theinvestigation' leaders, who hitherto bare Dad -
eye '
tespoiitlMlliy as a self-governing republic are'C1. Ballard:Snot Lininient'.Co.
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was begun. every reason to expect arrest. .- Limit of Lave to Be Mated Out to Tom +v. .
and to restore peace, In the t-ulfttlng openly In Havana again and
In
There>were maggots the dining Alexander ;;StLoale U. S.
,Island( Iter'Dtt.'tltlon Is called In no even conferring with members of the ;; A.h i,
\' room maggots In the kitchen maggots iA Pittsburg, Pa., special says: Thos. .. "
uncertain language to the responsibility in the fireplaces maggots" and government with regard to peace and :W. Alexander., *ho was arrested to

r : ''which the United States bears filth everywhere, when I toolt charge thai filch Insurgents In the field as PHUbur, Sunday night :as A fugitive .
BOLD AND IKCCOMWH
\:' ; to"*tbe island, and the' certainty that as stewardess.' declared Mrs. Reid have: been consulted while they express -. front justice from Augusta, ,O u a

i' 'such responsibility will,nccesuarliy' be to the astonishment,of commltteemea themselves as agreeable to set- 1 I where it alleged! he is charged 1 Por Sale at ROBERSON'S, ORE.Q ;'

"w exercisedshould peace not be prefserved. and trustees alike, "and the stench fling!: matter' amicably, at the same with ;Jto 'the amount of ?PRUQ; ' ,-

i,- ., was sickening,"' she added.%. time assumqan penclent'attitude, $200,000. la Interview, .off ,
I ) The president says he has certain "I' made enemies, yes I made a which cannot be said to bode particularly ,' :Monday, Mated would return voluntarily .'

: ;'1: Information 'that, the peace ot: the number of' enemies," continued .the well tot a promptsettlementcf : to KISSIMMEEPvOUTE.' .,

\\1 Island; 1. now menaced and that.Ameiittin .. woman "I was in a position .to Incur erxUtlnx difficulties.. i' "The amount,Involved In this tranu- u

'1. property has been destroyed. the enmity of some of the grumblers The most hoped: for Just now ka action Is not neatly' BO great a.'the.

!, Secretaries Taft and Bacon will goby when I Inaugurated a plan fog CoD that Secretary Taft on his arrival will published reports made It," 80.1d'Alexander. ,
rail to ICey cleat, Fla., and from trolling them in the:dining room." flud} matters In readiness (oJ. him to "I left behind securities EIVm'e: : : : : _

.' there the journey to Havana will be With a. fehow of spirit and Hashing begin adjudication. The moderatesnro which have either een: disposed "of .
i.f completed onsa naval vessel, probably eyes, :Mrs. Reid' admitted ha"lngcat'o; not yet willing'to make large concessions -, already or will be shortly, which will 1\OIliIA.ri "
the cruUor Dot Molces. ,"and neither are tho liberals.. STEAMER LILLJB, STEAMER, ,
; r ried a pistol during some of the ttiu realize sufficient nearly .to cover that\, lt:
The conference which resulted In she occupied the ,I ipostlon i of: steward General .Menocal held a 'conference'with "!'horlnge.Th. stories printed relative' Captain Clay Johnson,Br. Captain 'Clay Johnson- JP.'" f'J -

v' the Cuban discussion began at Saga- ese., and continued ,a detailed Alfredo Zayas, ,ot The liberals, to letter I left behind and Such Regular weekly trips'to' 'fiasstoger rise return. Roseada Isarea' &:lis4rr"me. .
f ,v't at .a late hour Monday night but Tuesday morning and arrives J.I..lmm''J'rIda' evening., ,
more! Hill shortly after 3 o'clock Fri, Justification of arming herself. stuff are all rot. I cannot .a, an)'- <
day afternoon and continued until 10 "1 carried a pistol because I'.wa with uo definite result. thing more until f get back, to Au. Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeOobee>> and Fort Myera on IB* Liltte.

IV o'clock at nightSecretary I being constantly throwq with unruly Word has Just been receivedof 'gusta and see my'' attorney." Comfortable accommodation for ....IIi..n. Rai> s reasonable."The ./ -

'' laft said ,,as' he left Oyster ' Impudent and drunken negroes In the the first fightlngvln Santiago province. Mr. Alexander said there would'be most >picturesque Waterway ,,in Flo4d,'<'<' "q ....:....

Bay that he had no Idea as to kltctien. bald< Mrs. Reid,)"and I usedIt Four hundred rebels under Colonel 1 'no trouble about securing ball when Tor.. ,Passenger and Freight, :Rates apply to ,e V 'f'

it. 1 tbe length of his visit to Cuba...He, to 'good advantage too.'I used' It DubolH met the rural guardsmenat -he'',reaches home. The accusedspent' CULT ..JOHNSON;/, SR.. Prope eter.
indicated that there would be no baste for a bluff and It WOl' e'.t. La Maya. The result of the! engagement : the day Monday In seeing the ,sightsof On board "UUls." KIa....,..-.' ,....

:til 1 ; ,In the ''In"eBUgatlon'w! would b, 'The negroes In'tho. kitchen were Is, not known., the elty In an ,automobile under t't: ,' ..\ -. ,

;, j made there' Aside from this Information disorderly, and one tad threatenedto InsurgvYits Select Generals., I the guidance of two detectlres. Alex- ;';' - '-. '. .

? f' no discussion will be dl 'ulgOr kill'' another. I flashed my pistol 1'h' leaders of' the rebel forces In finder says he Ia lorry be, ran,, away -l. 1 f

; by those attending:conference, the and warned them ,that I would kill the' western part 'of CUba. held a from Augusta and, Is :glad to be In .; 1 .. "C e JJ'. '", (Ir't,' .
abatement below made that.the letter the first:,one wbo 'gave me 'any Jaw, (tone)'al roeetiSr Sunday near Jo1'Cani custody/ '' FW'- : .

r of the preeldent'was'' Intended to. cover and, I would hare done' It too. I and ejected) Pino Guerra.to be major A dispatch from Augusta aaysj In f Simp'e'.J2tiqn *

the whole Cuban situation so far. would hare put a ball through one. general of the first division and, .Loyuax -' 'reference to the statement made: by :j

,1 nil It'' was .desirable to' do so In the of them In a minute.* : Del Castillo! to be major ,jcaneral Thomas. W, Alexander. the attorney: '
'
+ r public print Continuing Mrs. Rell also modestly :fit the second division fit the,lllsur,-' for the firm of Alexander1, ft;,Alexander That Isn't: jfnstuered&v :

" The mott significant paragraphs in admitted that she carried the pistol .ntrarmy. Albert, Arenolba and Guns says there were some' assets of ,

tile preiUont's letter to Cuba are' as on trips to and from home to the city. "ere chosen'brigpyller generals. the firm that had been realized ,''on.' : l,

l follows: She said- she was afraid of an in-I ,Congre man.Govln.' Romro and IA. but of the securities'referred 'to, byThomarW. :Sy Joseph, #. 'Buchanan.% ;'"
,
"I Moltncily adjure all Cuban patriot mate named Moses,' wife .whom Ouorra and others who visited Asbeiton'd Alexander'he;: 'W' noth '

to band together, to, sink all dlffrrencvs had bad trouble at the home. other rebel leaders Monday' nlfbt ing-President Jacob Phlnlsy ,of the .. &J ...
nnd personal ambitions and When Judge ;Freeman, prlorto' turning returned to Havana,, Tuesday morning: Georgia .Railroad bank, stated that b, t tIi ',-' ,

: to .rem.mber'thst'' the 'only .way'that the witness rover, to"'counsel' for end report that the rebels hare ,J,.* 'Alexander would be prosecuted to the "< 4 ,: .....I WT -Y, a; .= r .. .m..,.. ... Wbo ..
It' k f. they arn'prererye: *Independence the petitioner,' Inylted ,her, to, make :SSo ;b men. concentrated. between Ar fullest..extent. of the i Uw.by that 'latltutton. . I ''I dll.' \" .. ,

F'cf the republlo' Is to prevent the necessity such statements as she oared to make, :;mvo'. Arwr.an, and ..Wajay !hey! !do., :;',:\.< -.. v:'.....:,,'/ *.. :' '; i. ,'"* t rtW; i i1?'. =ae tide.. OMM,'.. BMsMPV.M MfKHt. feM Sq,
't, of outside Interference'byres.cnlug ? the woman broke'down' completely, Glared the rebels said they"Nere-agr .- ." -' w "'',.r.,xrf fly MMiCM.eJSMNNrTMB| : ; 'feHaM 2--' : .

I ;.. : her:' from the anarchy of civil and It was some time before. she could ably Impromed:with President Roosevelt's SHIP TOS.Er- BY 3 ORM. l .v'.r workla mpn. Bat f&ow'JD".of Xh*

, 'war. earnestly boi.e that this word continue. letter and Prelldent'Palm*'. -, &_.. I :to work to place :him In*,the worktoc,...T .And mu.t 111'\.

. \ Clf'adjuration of mine, given in the Her'e,..' brimful of.tears and .her tlncree! for tho' suspension of hoatll-- While Frantic Paesengers. Prayed and 1IIf"' own labor be neceaaary to his maintenance '

.... ,name of the American! people' the body shaking; with emotion. Mrs, !Ulev. They had, little to say; however, Fought Among Themselves.-' .- There are tbo..who would' *aytbat, a worktacaaa tof .

'. l stanchett friends and well wishers of* Reid's:recital ,was pathetic. She said about the peace negotiations. Many of-the '631:passengers,on the I 'an'inanranep f one who work for wages? But suppose he presMeat of.

l Cuba that there are.In all world will she..'had been hurt by the notoriety Cienfuegos Is In a state of tleg steamer Massalla, which ,arrived at companyand receives ,a *alary not: wage-of ....ttO per anaum.Whyi ,

IJ be ..takena It Is meant; will be given her' through"the, Investigation, .Communication by telegraph Is ser New York Monday, from Marseille there are clerk and office men who receive; a munificent "aUry" of ::

terlouxly considered, and will'be acted and wept copiously when she referredto sued! not only In the direction ot'Ha- Naples and Palermo spent their time from $10. to |30 per week;-'Wbo-' Indignantly repudiate the idea'that .they 'aj.,* -

:'W''': I upon, and If so acted Upon, Cuba's the charges ,that, hare. been. made :vua. but to Santiago:, "well. ItIs tu prayer and weeping while the worklngmen -that they belong to the,:working classes. t" '.1. .

Ufrmanetit ,Independence. ', hef permanent against her character: known that Clenfuegos. 'had, not steamer labored In a terrlflo CaI.- at .. You can't draw the:)line between v those who,;work with'th.fr band* set tiThe
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success as a. republic i; 'are as-' Mrs. RVld touched the hearts of her been attacked up' to midnight ,Sun. sea on September 11. For t'W.lyebour6 the "brain workers" because It take some "brains",to work with OOC'B,.handm. "
'
snred."Under. ak' > hearers /when she referred to her father day hut>> 'what has transpired sincethat the steamer's"decks, were continuallyswept 'And, those who' *lt still aad' allow the "wheels'in'' ,-their} skull- to"do.-all"4'their
'" the treaty with '"'' time is not known In Havana. *' work ,are ,very r-rjr scae.- i' ,
your government ,, a Confederate soldier and her by heary seas, and the:passengers ,' '
( .. ; I.' as prestdet of the' United only brothef, also a Confederate aol were kept below. Cattle pens, But' the funniest,thing la:this connection Is.the average bn. ...;Of. pro ,,"

L. States:" hare a duty In this matter flier,: who died In, the, saddle:while REPORT ON. PHILIPPINE. ARMY. chicken coop, boat covers and almost 'fesslonal man. ,who In one breath'says.-"Why,' I am workingman,myself' ," rand
,which t cannot shirk. The third fighting 'the common.toe of the south. J, ..;....._ everything' movable on deck were In the next "'kJ.,How, far do these workingmen, with! their:.everlasting t t;
,
rle In that treaty Implicit artl'1 Bhe;.pok, feelingly of: the good name "Island Stations Garrisoned by 7,360 smashed or swept 'overboard.' kicking- Intend to .ulh U3?"' -/ *,. ,., .

upon the United States the and fine character of her.people" and American Troop! The,:"heavy seas bmasbed) a pen,. releasing In Leeds. 'England they ire having some trouble la trying to,flnd'a'sattofactory -'
r Intervene, for the maintenance in ailed 'upon the committee to decide Major General John F, Weston, several bulls,"Which flounder* answer to the question 'What Constitute a'WorklngmanT' ',A, pe-

ot a government adequate for the protection If she had or could ever do anything commanding department ot litt- rd about., tha.,decks, bellowing with stet rate of' tare 1* fixed for-worklngmen who ride, ,on the street,car of ........
< ot'Mfe,property -Individual that would' besmirch the fair name of 'con, Philippine'islands*.In his annual' terror. They have tried to decidela she-cburts who are entitled use ta* work
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!tbett,:' her family...;, 4ARMY'OPTE / report, states.. that, forty-one. -stations Meantime,; the''scene almost. tertrnlt ,-. lngmen'' ticket, and the local legal mind bas been, much turclae4..over the
"1'1141'treaty conferring this right lathe 1 have boon *abandoned during the year under the- battened hatches of the question. But nothing definite' 11&1.been decided In the m ttet.: o

supr emo'lew of.the land and fur- : : NE81EEWill and there are' twenty-eight: .statfou steamer 'where the Immigrant Were Howver, the tramway conductor bare adopted a'rule for their prdd l i a e.

niches, me' with the',right and the .. --:.:.. <
i means of fulfilling the obligation'that .*Hold' Thirty-Sixth( ;' Annual Reunion and 2.488 ,native troops, There are, ) the ,deck and being ,washed Into higher rate. It, his neck 1* bare or he wear,muffler,be._'I* entitled to .the
t'' J .am under to protect American In ,,at' Council, Bluffs. two 'brlttade posts Jtfthe: 'department.., the sea.. They were the whole time prirlleg' of ,a. cheap ticket .

terests. ._ Th;, Information at hand The announcement is 'made by Recording "Fort McKinley and Camp BtoUenbury either. on their'knee. praying or ,fightIng That rule wouldn't work very well 1st this country.where the jnechaa2 or
shows that the social !bonds throughout Secretary Cornelius Cadle that find" the' latter is difficult of 'access .among .themselves in afranttaef the laborer frequently, a* well dceed a* the merchant on the *eat bestd.him *

the 'Island,hare been so relaxed the thirty-sixth' reunion of,the Societyof end exposed. For a good. part 'of stbeyear' fort to eicnpe. froiq" the "hlp'.. hold., and collar are a* common aa coat- ,' U 3

that life, property and Individual, liberty the''Army of the Tennessee' wilt be the wagon roads.., there ''are impassable. .' When the ,gale;:subsided! the officers No. that test;wfll not,do-:motor us, at any "'te. We;Vm hare to leave.the

,,are no longer safe." .. held 'at Council ,Bluffs, Iowa' 1'loyein- and crew were exhausted., question;, for settlement :untlf the time-dome! when honest Industry will nwc
ber 8-9, 19>6. The annual,address will higher than It cow( doe*-with some folk*-a*"a' measure of man's fttaese,

''s NEW .MEXICO DEMOCRATS be delivered by General Smith, 1:>.;Wat. DECLARE TREPOFP"POISONED.. DISCUSS PURE,FOOD LAW.Government for favor.-New York Evening JouraaL .*' "l' ,

.kins. Captain George H. Richmond -' P -'" -. s. .- N MNi 0 NiINf48NHf$4r...' of'; ,

-t In Convention Vote Ovetwhelmlngfy In 3f Council Bluffs. Is' in' -charge of -. 'T.rrorlsts,8ay"Hatsd'Rue.lan Despot* > ;Hearing ,on'8cop. of 1hti'Statute ) '!oI ' -- -- r::' ,..." -- I; .,-'-
rangements. Was. Killed by HI* Cook. -
1.
F.vor'bf Joint Statehood. Begins In "New York.j Q ., "\o/f11 \
special from Santa ,The terrorists are declaring ,openly A committee'' consisting: Dr. H.W. r ,
A Fe, N. M. GUARD ;
: ONLY $ LEFT. la St Petersburg that the death Wlly of 'the: 1--...
sags: territorial 'democratla'conrention department.of agriculture '
Tho, of': General / farmer's :,>* '
: Thepoff ,was the result Ifwltlc'h '
:
i SJJ.. North director' ,liie .
went on record Thursday In ; jef '.
Majority'of Marines Landsd In jiolson. war administered tothotlctlm ; ..' : ,,:
} Ha-
J favor of ,Joint-statehood with, a 'rising census.. and ,James I. dairy of'lhe'
Oredered, Back to Th.I.8hlp.: weeks ago by hi* eook.On' ? I
'Vans > ; treasury department. Who
were
'tote'of 144 to 22, delegates not ;; appointed .ylndiuidualism-
A Washington' special the other'hand, the governtaenir ; 'j
says LateThursday
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voting! The convention, Indorsed"Governor by act pf congress,; began 'afOTcrniienal .
;, night .-it,'was. I has issued an offllclal bulletin announo- '
.officially aa- ,
the
hearing
.
H. Q. Hagerman for: Investigating ron scop* '
and 'dtepleatng''former republican ii0unc 4 here .that 'the Bailors -who: tug tbrt the- caus'i' of death _was angina of the" new dare food law at' Mew. ; ,
'were..Irialedj'at, .from the l'8rtorU.-; any "case the rejoicing k. S33te ....
'' lR.Ha'.4a: ; Tork Monday. hundred '
officials: ., but condemned the Alleged Nearly one By L., l. Ball_".
American cruiser bar@ been on the part of the great proportiOD '
last republican legislature! :.ft orderedto 'members' or representatives; ,oC lead-. .. .
ask that every territorial county and Immediately return to their 'Vessel, of till population ot the city at the ,'in, firms,,In..New'Tork, and other. -
f Jeavlivg on shore' a small' for death. of, the hated -Trepoff I II 'un' ... ARMING Irtuafy'tbe'oniy'greaijserleaotroconpitkig't'.i '
other public official 'be ,IdrAtlgated guard ''Cities throughout: the' United States :' e 4* i. ;. It ). : '
the American; legation., disguised., / ware present.' ', "i" !-- that .is', j,
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the ,
by {governor, '
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'. .. .. JUDGE MU8T' SHOW j' i i trolled, except a*It Is'dominated by nataual Jaw alt eoaMJ7 ..
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f' - CAUSE'Why" "BREAKSINTO'"AARA''Q. .. '' MmTB. H tNCL\ ; ' me e. and the arbitrary Umltatiun1 Imposed "by or* nl.aUo j ,
$HOTAT NEGRO, KILLED. GIRL' 1 > 1 pAMOUS'NURE'OOES' -' 4'-. r 1 .T -*.. ? In other business.: la .> Ufa.. of 'edrtr.**. ergantaatloa 44.- ..
.... c' He Assumed jurisdiction In Cuba Yaft"te i r ,
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a Noted I ,, Visit to Cause PostopenInspect .. :Mrs. "Vail,1-Dauflhter'-of::.Confederacy.; .1'',. -- --r. ubordiaattonof UM Indlvtdual.;the'farwer *tm reta** !W'..
Murasr '
Caae. ; ,
to Make irtraditleeal : '
Bailiff Attempting an Arrest. \on Tour. : ," r- Iedlvldnp" ai asd'.aorl.slt.pea'at.nest.t .
r 1s. :8.nf 'Fatal .bullet Into[ ,'':Ttnt.WhUe . 'Under'tnstructionsot.Ohlef' !!)gstlce" ,One'feepltfofSecretaryraft's', :,, .znfsaloe Louts) : .... .... .:",entire ,....... *<. Us-vests lotrtMto earama- toy
q.ttampting'tOief.ct"the' O.D."' Weakley/Robert' : : F. Ugon," clerk ,to.-lIavana ti'the Indeflnlta"poit- , : C1a': ', ,- .-his OWlS,.....,; jhs: ..**... M moat other budtonakeproa _? _,
,t, i( arrest vof the "supreme! court; baa Issued' a ponementot' *' ''trp'of/ Inspectionwhich and these proftt, are often\ non-tatrtwlc :and flctnien, -1>:
ofa: desperate.aegro during th* rule nisi directed:,brtjndg4\ >;samUel be. Intended> 'wltV rofthatdoBfiwaey._ er.,_who-, wa"toned:1 '}tai; for tffTffr1.*.,s: 'performance-:Jontn'-.clrcu:- *,at I Sand ,- Wearer of ,the orimlnaf,court of,,Btrmlasbam : 10, ,make Genera 'maur.drirMi ...... ...'., "!Y t'p.swi; .' seers attmrdaek*';turn over lilainoaey. to advantage bat earn notl -

". :f' 'rsvH.Gax'Bailiff) A.P,,Heath'fired :,directing\ him;to''show. by bare Pelt; bl.t-ot'atalt. 'Thyyweieto at.t44eM; :.\.IM.Losdr .;aJban! '. the process sad contributes' MtM* to clrtillsatUm In the effort. If OK
Washington about the ead
*'i 1"0"' shots .at.; the'fselur;black man.rn .' 'what,rig. .t he assumed Joridlctloa'In :I'ftronat\, f4tAPa't. \ :. dsis'br', CrierayIwliktoo's.lar'r ] *r:step*:outside. .bte/wn'realm/ Is'Baet on'one'aide by organisedand
of tbe : Chlckaman' <
present month for1 i' ,
; :bullet'' ? itenetratlmMbVqanva; *:At the' case of f John Williams;* convicted I ,, and'then'' .. 1 .1-r*irt eaf>*iratc ,' QII tike otter by urgsalsiiil tetmr.: He fm confronted by fixed earnings.he.hler4plt .
ga : go we tw.Mrfor' Fords
':,, lUll* tent, and,accidentally killing Annie -of" ,the1'murder of R.:' L., Hipp, in Znlib She/idan' ; ''during the.work to the pdson. ,,seovr** I* a .reraalator Imit Kt; .the end ,of s years bastes.
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Iran the Hrralt. amrt af mf coiutar ta tha alrciiitaaart \ I -- '- O rCE- : "
o ELECTIoN j at aaothar eouatr.' Taa Oovarnor mar In I[: : : ; '

: ,I Ma dtooraUoa order tae circuit jndiraof EaeamblaI '-" ANNE SALOON Fla.to

'} ;I county tampa ar or parta of any of other tomato county of UM to court bold one ot or record.more' At regular IftMtlq 0' tha City'CouncIL.'ef thb Town. of EI.slmmee. CIQ..Tlorida Ia.ld."..... : Orlando .

Whereea tetituUona 1.egf.I.tad rthoCen.."I Any civil came in the court of record may aa '4t.h day of....._.......A. D. 19os the Taa Assessment fee 1108 ,w. eeyaltaed.. and the following. ,

? | ,, oUrBtrb .did pa-a triad bat_ a refaraa. or in aaaa of the dlaquaJIflcaUonof . : rises ware made,. to.witi f: ,

ave Joint Rs.eeUoa. w ee rn.nteb Cbahidiiraof thaeojrtof -. may ba I r -- -'" ..... - y _ .. "",,,," "'-'- .... -,-- _,
the o-.utoa.. d tI. tried.by a judge ad III.... or say" ba tranafarrad. to :
stew Flak. and the
war were.tr.e. tobyevo e at ree-n/the aftbeiaijiaiiiaatenata .r thaetrmiltaaSirtof. BaoamMa. ooantr ar'ot' any I :: OWNER I' DESCRIPTION or LAND. i FROM TO
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q : f all. .... ........ ,UigenaajM & the other_.....to the earn war and aooordlnar to _. ;; r r
the aaraa provUtona aa govern such (rooeedlnara In -
car neaiillii I putuatl.orr withy were aa aateracr aad the circuit court af EeoamWa._..". ROBERT BAO8.ADDiTION. -, 'My Friends' and -
nayawaoa.iaa4 .
.O .. tlkWdVI. aVioef halo: &7. TaaSupraimi Court of the, State ,
the ? JoiatReeonoVma. determine ba MIIItte4be aad thataaa shall havaappallata JurUdte io In all aaaea at law lira. EO.' T.tman.. ... ... .... .; Al; OI block C.- .; .11)00. 160DMrs. fee
/A .lauheu of the State the General XlaeUo arid. I......1............tln.t. the court of .-.I. Suet. R. Kate ---------t 1 of Lot/ and 1. Block D .. ... ... .... .. tIOO I ltIIOJ. I .
at Irk!! and la eases af ooovteOoo of felony. Ut the Oourt ofraooi'U. WII'-I.,., ... .. .. .. .. AD exeeptNllfeeto Let I. Block'.. . .. *"!'-'roO' ",', 1000Coli.
r'Nwmebse.ISIS. Nor, ULrha.'T.r 8 'C'lay' o..wt'orcI.Seer.taeyM Tlia circuit. ''oanrtof Eaoambia county Fruure. ..,... .. . .. ... Lot Block II . . . .; .. .. .. ........ 1100 .,. MqW. :
rotMtW of tbe iltab 0<< JI1orIda. de' .!........ iii. shall blare. Anal appellate jurladictton of all mla. B. Makimm..... ... .. ... ... .: ..: .Lota S sod.6 of Block Q ..;: .......:.. .. ..,.. .. 90D '. I64 . the: Public Generally ,s
triad ,
Goners Election ...UI... bald I.ea h dsmamas In Uia aourt of mead AU.L't apBala : ; ' c' 'calJohn. .
>> or ot error proaacutad from tha court ftOBIN80N'S A1>DJI1:0Jot: : I r. i ie
E..t. yadei ant.uoo.edlort : ,
... : T'
/ the ,
.r, ta aurram* Oourt or Cieexit
,j ,.......,lie ..to the Normber.mt.h d..A.ef D.Ney.nber.forthe alOl the Court, shall ba proaaoutail In the same war .. Owntret,: ..:.. .. .. ,. LotlBlockl......... .... ... .. .. .. ....;,fir \ .' '400'. 110O. v
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k 1,. the and aooordliur ta the tams gttvarn auchproeaadln .
.tJJIoaMae.JeedDn 01 aid Joint a-oIu. 1'-o.ri
:; ,
.. I ?rem. the t,. the 8u.prama dEAR6' ADDITION. ,
.,.,;, qq. -'ftjf' MftdIoI. the Ceartituttop '" I Anne
pourt. hare purchased MetcalPs Saloon in Orlando f
'eftleBtatwKFkrrtd.,TIIo! 'AfproredJusaS" 1sosAWtICi.E 4. J. Aln. .... . .. ......., :. LoitBiClekB.\\L .. . .:..':". ...... 35 10 ,

,r ARTICLBXXVIII.Thai :. : "XIXIL SOUTH FLORIDA B. B.8URVY,.' .. and I'Tvlll give prompt attention to( :.all business

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r' 1 the followinc amendment to Article. XVI That the following amendment to Article XVII IU..lmmLandCo. ''. ._ .. ... tote B and. < Block .. . .:.-.,',H.-. . ., ...:.. 100' soflno
pet the v-u&oo_of theeate of Florid bo and of the. GonatituUon of the. Sta..of Florida be, and. Kt.eimmeoLand Co. .. "; .. .. Lota n and I Block I. .. .. .. .. .....-\,....,,. ,1UO
it ..hereby afraaa to and shall be aabmlttad to the aama la hereby........ te and. ahall be ...... W. U Braekenrldca. . .... . .. .Lottlilock. ...... .. .... .... ... ...'. ..., .. -.100 160 entrusted to II O.. 1 have a full line of Whiskey ;
the ...........al.....Slate at ..... Gen rai ..iectlen.to pitted to the alactora of the/ Slaw at the Benem KlreimmeeLhdCo------------- 1,1 a and I Block 1:. .... ...:.:.....4, awtt 4UO ,
be held 011 th. flrrtTo-i." after the Ant 110... election In 1IHI6' for raUfleatliin or rajaction Thomam Cheek.. .. .... .... . .. taBlockT ..-- . .. .. .. .. ......,. 100 ,
:
i rA day In Nomubor. A.D..ItW, for ,rmtiflomtion Section 1. Either branch of the Leseletun. at I".IaW.Klah., . .. ,. ,. . .. . ... .. .... ...... ... : 200. too Wines and Beer.and Invite all iny former tomake
ojoctton. t a regular aaaalnn thereofm.y propose amand- W. a Harrla ........ . . . ... Lo'mnckl'.... . .-. .. . ... .rr..(:.;' 'r'i 400 00ooo patrons
n nootkm tt. Th.Governor, the Cotnptrallor.. the manta to this Con.llUition: : and If the aama baaxraafl Mary 11. Morfan .... .... .. . .. ... He*. at N Cor of Lot S Block 1.1 runt 8 47 ,
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JRuuo TvoBMiror, the *Attorney General the to .by thraa-flf of all the mem....... elect- . derma B: 71 feet.: S 4.1 01,,<<. W 711 feet. N 7dec. when In
{ XonnnlMlonor of Attrlaultura of the t..o"tFltd. ad to aach .heuaa. such propnaed am<*ndmanta shall W 71 feet; N 48 01... K It feet ... .... 40()' I my plucc tltoirlieadqunrteis) Orlando.
V ., and. their UODMOOM io offloo ere hereby oonUtuU be entered upon their ranpfwUvw :Sburnala with Lewla. W. Klaljf,. .. .. .. . .. .. I..tal.ndHot Block U .. .. .. .. . .. . . . 800 800 '
.. : raommlrlone" ,*and are hereby. authored amiompowarad n.WHpal>ar 'In each county ..where newspaper lapubliahad. cTs. Provina'"v: . - Beg at the moat eaatarly' of Lot II I.. "- -_ .. ___
\"" to" otabliih a ayatom of -naIa.oeIral tron.month IramMllataly praooadlnffthe Block It runs 8 4*dearraea: VV 50 feat N- 47dair. . 4
'iiiiaia, dlkok and roavrvotraof ouch 01 i.......H next Kenvral election of ttofiraaentaUvaa, at VV I 11l: feet N 43 doe; E: 60 feet 8 47.deaj. ..
aton and dopUu. a.in the judmnontof cold board which election the erne shall.ba submitted to the BI49!: feet--------------------- 400 .- BOO LOWEST "
.f drainage onniMioMn il dunned adviaablot. to "slertwnoft.Btata.tor approval rejectlonr N. B. Canon .t..t. ..... 6 Block 11 . ...' .... . .. ....... 13/10.. 1/100/ : PRICES .
I lraia. and reclaim. the iwamr and overflowed iandi ifs majority of the el.lor..vent upon the UrwU W.KIahrA.-. . .. '. .. 'of/Nlock15----------------------------- IfiO juo: ""
within tha!Slala of Florid. or men parta or......- anondmant af ouch election lihall adopt thaaroandmanta I Water Canon lot 1 Block IT ... . . .. :, . 10' 100 .j
done thereof a.i> daanwd bolt by aald baud of( the rote ahalt I .become a part of Ute C. WDanp.. '''' Gro.------, at the moat. Northerly: Cor ..1. I ,, rV BY THE GALLON..
dratnaco ommi aloMira from time to tfannt and Constitution. Th. pmnoaad anumdmenta shall baao "1 Bock 18 runa 8 47deirreee E 71 .et.: 43 / ., 'i. I'' ?
to.pnivida for,, Uia IrrlimUoa. of ..... land' r.- submitted aa to enable the akKfcora. ta vota IOn " I j''' den, W ..> feet, N 47 doc, W 71 .43 '
labnoiL and to maintain ouch _nala. drain aach amandment' ...'......"" 1".. All amendmentaadoptort . ..v d..1I:2IItto.: ..... .. .. .. . .. ? .. .. e. 1200, , 900 J'n: from "!
__ diko and raMrwoln In ouch manner a* willloo at the election.which this la aubmltted J. WThom p.oe..i' ''..- .. . . ,. Bear, at the moat westerly. Cor of .l.Lo Shkxsk : $ .00 upv : .
mat.advanbumoua. to tha territory ao drained.tJhaStataofPlortda or heotofor.adopted by the aloctpra' am hereby 1 f VI 1H runa N 43 derreea B 60 feet 8 47, \ "
It* Inhabitants. and the com- doclarad a part of the Conatltutlort front the data I -I'' *:-I-. '' ,deg E 71 feet. S 41 dec. W M f..et. N 4701..... .. : 1' '
awe.thereof. of the adoption! of the aaraa.Approved W11tt . . .. -. .. . : MOO !lOGO : CORN froni'$2.00 upL "
-$ .to Soetloa a- :"..t1.be'Itau mbeio. ....j are hereby aaUiorlaed and empowered The' votaa gut In compliance with aid propoaedamendmenta. 19 run. 8 47 degrees E H2 feot. N 43 deg. K y "
s U ta aatabllah. draliuvre dlatricta and. fix tbe boundavtea .and the can_ doclarationaand. ... 60 t....... N 47 do*. W 143 feat S 41 d...... ,W " ,. 'GIN from .$2.00 .
H . tbmnf tba State Of Florida. That theboard tams thereof shall .ba subjected! to the aamareirulltloni 60feet ... *t. .. .... . . .t,..."'", :MOO! 8000; upOTHER

afdralnacaeommlaaloriarabaknVl It U auithoriied and restriction: .are provided bylawfur ._ ... . ... _ . .. _ _ _
I and. empowered to prepare. a llat or Bate General Elaettona. In the State of Florida.,' PATRICK'S ADDITION.' ----------7"- - .', _. f.
,stall the alluvial or awamp and overflowed taxaMe In taattmony whereof. have hereunto '....t my "
landa within aueh dmlnaira di.tdctordie.: band and afflxad the vraat teal I of the'State of A. E. Beardan. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ..... Lot6PlakII---------------------------. 600 .000 , '" 'GOODS .:
tricta,, sad 'levy thereon aa, mane tax not_Mcaadlna t'Iorid..t TalUhanaea, the Capital; .,. title flrat day R Hren.ooo.o----------------- Lot I Block C . .. ... .?.. . .. . .. ... ..".. . 700 rJ. '-.. ' .
tan eenla per acre p r-annum. to be fined! of Aamiat. A. D. 1_. : M. Walker,..,o.. ., .. . . .. .. . Lota 1 and 4Hlock C. . . .. . .. . .... .. .,.... .., ".0' 1000 ; '
annually by said board of drainage nmuuilun+gero., (I..1M. )f. CLAY CItA WFORD. SuirieB. Kau .... . Lot Block IV: ., .. '. .) IOJ :2OUKuMlmmeaUndCo / , IN. PROPORTIQN .
and. various tax aiianannra of the variuua eountlaa I' Secretary of 8ta..... . ..... . .. All N of A. O. L. R. R, llock- Vt..a: .. f >' 60 : ' :il1O. z ,
emUaued ill part or in whole within auchdratnaaedlMricter ''Te'. M. WALKER. Sheriff Oaoaola B. H. Bullock' .. Lots : . . . .J.' 100 SSO
_'- dlatrlcta ahall raoaive such liat --.-----.. ---'-- --'--........ county. Mary A, I'hilllpi:.: ,: :::; :::: ,: :: : All kUlk-. -.-. -.-.'-.; : ::::. : :. -,. 400 COO .:--:7-: _ -. ,. - .. _ ....... .- '-"- "
or llaU and enter the aame onon the tax rolls of
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the oounty ar oountlea In, which auch Ia..... may Notice of Election.. -"'- ..- "'-.UNPLATTED. LANDS.aA.Caraon4Co .' ., I
lie n tt. the amount ao levied by the board of With puny thanks Tor l past favors and '
H eliminate eommlaetonera In such manner and forman TO the Shori/t/ ofOaoola'County, of the siata of . . . . .. .'. . Beet3feetwofNECapftot2U.s.: : N -
nay be piaanrlbad by t Uia board .of draiiuureeanmiaetonara Florida Survey Section ?. U. !ig. rune W Tao feet '
from time ta. time: which amounta Be It known,' that r. H./Clay Crawford s-r. 8 VM f_. E JI6If..t.\ . N SIIS dagreoa. E 868, .' soliciting' continuance. your pat-
ahall ba collected by the varioua tax .eollectore of. tarjr of State of the State of ,.."rId.. do herebygiw m feet.N81dee;. E 4 JO fore. if 930 feet.. .. . B28 fK) ,I!
auch fcivaaa have been mad.roihrtaxraneollenkdnscoad.noewlthlaw
wherein
tbe oountlea '
notion that a General Electionwill!; .he h..ldln
'boardat Oaoaola County Htala of Florida,. on Tuesday \ All peraona having complaint; to make"upon the above. .IaM..1II be heard,before the Council on rbnngc, I am, . I' ,

and pay aver rid amoanta eollecUd said enmmlaalonera lathe next succeeding the End Monday In Novambar.A. .Monday. October lat: long\ at-7:80. : p. Id. .. .
dratnae'eeennlealonee." D. lave! the said Tuesday. being the: 6th day of rClerk. .
shall have a lien auporior to all other lien upon DJ'ord..atU..eounciL 3. R. GILBERT fR. e Yours truly :
the taxable laadi In any aueh drat.....districts tobeanforoad November For One Raprenantatlva: tljeZhd ConaraaalonalDiatriot i ,
by tax levy for the rout of any work ,
of Florida In the Sixtieth Uonirraaa of the .
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hereof, done '
prior
lone ander tha provialona or '
to the. adoption of thla under the pro ,United Btataa Court Notice of "F -L.evy.. .'
of the ONE
For Two 'uoUoetoft".8I1pt'tIlU.
: : PENNY: :
i.br' of an actof the LeKtalature pained in I90L "
I .... State of Florida 0.R.- T. BUTLER.JUG
board d..I.
8aetlDB M. That tha of oommlaaionaa TwelWhoadCaomlulonert
for the Stateof .
Far Tows
HALL,September 14.IBM.\ )
ha and It fa authorlaad to" axrclaa the. will bring to a very handaomely Illua. .
you
Florida. Section
In accordance with 7. Chapter M54 of
( rixbt bind for of eminent tha. Incallon domain. of its in canals Ute eondemnation drama. ler..of, For One Member of the House. of' Keproeentathna the Lawa of the State of Florida, notion la hereby trated Catalovue of the moat rapidly.develoi4nii I .. ._
aforeaaldt of the State of Florid.., <. riven. that It la the Intention of tha Town Councilof College in the South.
fof the
dikea and":reeervoire purpoaaa For. County Aaaaaaor of Taxea. the Town of Klmahnmea City to make the following !
take. and ouch*land it,
.
sad _enter upon" uae aa TRADE A
For Tarn Colloctor.I SPECIALTY.
_.. >dtnaeondemnation prooeadlnx deempreragfor For County Traaaurar "J mlllag for 1906 Young's Female College j
*
euehpurpos.ad. In nacartalnlna "- Mills rLIQUORS
tlta compeoaatloa to be paid for eueh land or right For County Surreyoc Oenenlfevenue' .81;
of way. beneflta lobo derived from such drainage For Five Count?Cbmrnlaalonore.Fur Street Fund..t Su.Y---------------------, :. : .I' THOHASVILLE. GA. '
i -Three Member of the County\ Board of School' ,t .. _
ahallba eonatdered by the/cry.eedrl6. | :: -- --
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Tha .......-... may provide'for Public Inatruction. . Sanitary; ---------------------------l: ; Hurhaat CurHoulum. Fifteen BpeelallaU In Fae- ,
the :
1\.1'\ tkaaaaaaamentof beneflta derived by land bythere For" Justice of the Peace In an4 for followInrJnaUeaOlatrlcta . Sinking ;: .r ,. . .' .v.t. ulty. Broad Dotrrea: and Certificate Couraoa, Music e'r
rial . . ,. . and lOkpranalon. New BulMinin. Newly S'
,,1'm.nr af aueh the eoilaetion No. Bond '; :" ..,-' .I (.l.r..tBald
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of; the pronaada thmefrotn shell(be paid to";the N45.No.3.N.4.Nn. *. No.. 7. Bulldlnjr" .'.i.,'. .'..'.. .. .;. .,.,:. M Furnlahad Steam Heat.: Electric LlirhW. Gyranaalum.
F board of dmlnexesoommiaalonera to ba ,uaedby For Constable .In the following Justice Dlatricta. action' to ba taken at meetinir to ba held Swinnnlnv: : Pool Bowling Alloy:TrainedNurse : r r

B..(heal for such pu__. . vletNal.NaLNA&Na6! Na1.Na8.Na7. It the Council I Hall I 6n the 20th day of .. A. and Physical, Culture. Director. In ,House

.Approved. . Mg El\iso.A0i1CL. In taattmony..whereof I hew hereunto sat my V.1Wit AtteoU, .&1:110. po m. T. M. "URPHY. ,BEST CHRISTIAN HOME INFLUENCES.. -
PneidantofCouncll.J. .
t $ xxrL hand Florida and, at affixed Tallahaaaae.th.t MM Capital Seal of, this tha Slate tha. flratday of ,,' : R GILBERT. (Seal) Address I.'COCHRAN HUTIT.Pres't. \ n
Clark
of the Town of Klaalmmaa
,i"fbutSecUtn nln.(9)ofArticleda'6)'of, ( of September. A. D. 180*. City. -
1 ) ) the
lOoaatltnUonaf the State of Florida bead theacme U.8J:: 1C QUAY CRAWFORD. '
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'aka la hereby. amended ee ea.to. read. aa-foltowa.oat. . To, WALKER Bharlff. Secretary Oaoaola County.f4'otiCeof of Htata.. ALL THE LEADING" BRANDS: OF
-- r
heoalarsof juatlee ttreRutirinne
each of
', Court...... be foqr houaand 4MOOO.OO : Application.. for Tax 'r"

a tiwae year..tamaand Tba aalaryiaf. A..,. Hundred__Circuit' IM,500.00)diu .Judg.bel 1 peed| Undpr!, Section .8 of "

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'IhM a the yearo foroiola, *amandnvmt. to Section I of Chaptef.4888,Laws of WHfSKIES .

At Vof tha SnatltuUon ia haraby. acraod. to Florida.
aame ahaB be mbmttted to .....aleotora.
__ _.. abiforappraralor.rejection at'the\ next 'Nottoa ti heraby alren. that Tb>Tatt' wf Naval .."
dillllll. placttoa of raaraaaatativea aa nqulrad. byUlliii btorea0ompany, purchaser of Tax Certificate I
.. I ArtMa Vfi of..tt> ConaUtuUoo.AapTiTaf 75 '
e lIipo. 611.Ill. and 77. dated the let '
May Matjlfc.- day o( AuRiut. A. D. 1004 has filed .ald certl '" ,,;,. 'I' 1'.j ; ( '. -.
floatealn nr oraca and baa mode application ....#. "",".." ...-.j; <, "f" .'w. 1r' t't'.1 .. ....--",. ... :'..'h.wt"lltr' "_, '
,
X 7GRa for lax deed to, |apua In accordance with law. -; : .r.- .. t .. ,1!>

.. ti'Y ofto yAbedproperty Said eCrtIJl! .cola rinrtdm.; lo-wlM r ;
:: r! ; ', **!.:iMttttY\ aT iaHf'Oertlflfiat . *
( .. Ji *No. 69 embraces* lore In DW' ClOt SgcHca.: 'Chiron BhtemiS
aM aItaI1 _b belt b the of aw )M of r >ij awl all se U Qf aa )< e of B H.pee3LTp : Sauterne ; rye,

',-,- of dte.at tte....... .Ieet_ to" ba ::'lcalIIW.U (*. ao' B tt 2S--R,
,babe ore the rot after tba Ant Monday in C"rt'lr U Imported and Domestic Brandies Gins rand +
lMlor natUoatioa embraoen owI( ot, M Jq' and .. ofae Rum
Nutambar A. O. or tajaotion.towitt M K: ,. ,
!I -H- -. > 1 lteatbe 90.* Tha annual" salary of T the JTudaaa Certf R J7 East.Certf.. 76 rabrMoa. IW )U of ne U Sec- M: Tp 28t A. hR tmec, new style inGrade Scotch Whiskies.BODWEISEB .' ',;

I ...of tha baaetabnahad criminal Courto shall af ba Reeord now. orbaraaflar ; amtarac-l |Wj(of. aw !(S o :29! Tp 25 u - '
to paid quarterly B R17ECertf. loaf )) au-end Special 4: 0 : .
:>-t, Ute wbaraavohoourtlaXaUli hed.and ' ,
by oy > a
....be aa flBiHarInaounUeaof .laaa than flf .fiC No.l7embrior.i.!' K of av X B.o HI' the finishing pU r .. 't' ..
8 ? B. tit ve. ,
;
llmiiaaiai thousand dollaraIB : tL
laaa ayailaliiiii ma 1'JTh.
aaiOalaod being aaa aa" iion thousand
e nountlaa .ar flftara i" pop. .
.
uJat....' .per.tjUaaaad .dollarat In oountlea.of the laauanoa of luoh certlHoatei In the name ofUnknown cat THE ., "
: ., W. FAMOUSImported .
Iran alt e. oa l3 lead. populetlo., dMn" hundred doll....' m oonntyore Vandenbnr .:
of '- thousand to thlrtynvatbouaand Unlea said certlflcatea\ shall.ba redeemed axv.nordlng g rTfie is <6ny| bhc lof'-6ur new patterns
_1a two thousand dollara, and to law tax deed will l .ua tbereoa. oa *
__ l.tIt oountiea .of mora than thirty' -lira thousand' ; the tub\ dar of October, A. 0. 1GM, c ci-'to show .his tyle8'oft I Crum' of Kentucky y.Carstairs'Bye .
'population.. twaotfl_ hundred dollara,, harabyavpaallnjr WKneaa my official I2cn.liir ajit <.>Lthla you. I
any and all.>...... ar parta "f.....said AttS day of Daptembar. A O. ItfM. -' I '
{i naUtutk>tilnoanflietn.r...ith., [Beall- ,"-A<:; Clerk: K Clroult I* LESLEY Court]o t'' . : He ahouldrhavecal II 'r
. June '' .
-i :r.Appnwad \. Oaoeola County, Ftare'' ry I Echo Spring Bye '
RARTu::LJII: xxxL' By w. B. Harwell. D. C. ' ? ww' gradtS 'a all prices, for men ,I
1
.-r; ,'Thatthe foOowW aiaandmanU to'XrWcle V ofbaOonatltaaaa Notice<
; ''IbeJdfoery' at thaStata to of be Florida lIumbered ralaUva; See"tIana,4L4I to Aced Under Section 8.ot.. : Wilkes CountY'Cotn:

NandsCatridArticle. Laws'ofFlorida. ; '
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4888
V. ho and the_aN by......... to and .".U Chapter' ? ;. ,Old Harvest Corn
,
.._bad..the. eIacIoN of the State at the .. .' +v I
,
aaiaal alattjoa to ba bald aa Ute drat Tuaaday after : f
taa tret. Monday la Nbw.A. D. 180&0 r .... wit! nnrcbaaer of Tax Certificate "0., AIM dated the r-r ANY
Sell.. 40.. 'Mrebeah.u be ......,..1aMd In the 7L1t 4.y4>/ )I.,. A D. 1IW4.' ha* flied aaldovrttDcata ; ;/-; r. :Sf.itfHj&; + : THAN '
.Serge of Kecambia. whenever the votera of aaldi In mr oflloa and Iia. made applloatloa !- rite n'rST CIIASE'S.AIL r 'MAW '
i... county......aa"eetai wine by a majaritr the: for tax deed to laaue la accordance wIth 1 ,
i vu ea ffaat.on the cjaaatlon at any enaral. .!tor law Said certificate l 'embrsoe.thefollowingdesdbed THE KING OF n

r >Slat aeourtef record' and there shall be a Judge property situated !Onoeola county, ;I , .Distilled especially for.
;
Gay-a-cog Florida, to-wtt; - -- -- - : '
: eeKofMMoTiwJ,8ea! 24 ThM B A. S8:B_ medicinal 'use '
blaafltea. tee.lxrre and wboaa 'aalary ahall be 10 ,, ,
r tweOioaaand. .the.oodrdaa. dollara a year, T'hhcrhol TeldlandeingpNU.d at the"dataof BOTTLED BEER -
-. ... of Eaeambia.1 the "Uananea ol.such certlnoat la $b. name of -
... .o.rt ef record now eatabliahad la Eaeoamty r err y
aoebia.. : eMu upon the adoption. of theca U'l1 .: D.geld certlncale ban be redeemedeooidlnic ,
I- IT t beinins and be the_rof record. to law tax deed win tame thereonon CANADA ''MALTfand
i aa herein pravided and. ad ofneera of aoch erlmr- the 24th day of, Heptamber. A. 1>, 1UO8, } f .
,pal e.et of reeerd shall be offloan of such court WUuaM. my official aUnature and teal tbUtbaeiDd ;
of reeord and dwcharn the dullac and reoeive thaI day of .AutruH.- D. IMM. other brands of
ilaminte of aach SoUl ajpUmttan. {. of their t atl K. L LK8I.KY. $ .65 PER DOZEN ,
,
t ,_ Clerk Circuit Court; :
."' ..ctioa4U" The..... ooart.... ......uballhays Onceola County Florida.PrW.0. Whiskey too :;numerous 1
.nduaiva oriaimj Jottodicttoa of all 'erlh.lnalp..poteapitalwhlehohall / HARWELL. D.C.,
ark,, InEacambia!: '- to mention.: !4
,_.,.aad ahall have In Kaeambia county. _. ,
J vaneat with the Cbaait COOT and Circuit:Jadjret of For 'Tax ; .
"". sold _.tr. .....aama original hiTiadlction police; Application, ? _,,
,ill. .il..liin sad mllna aa tba circuit saint Deed Upder Section 8 of ter' ,7Whiskey
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.
nadewealthatoe of acid _ntr. and the same
I
ewer ta .... arrita of,, Aaandamua, laJuneUon CKapter-- 4888, Laws Jr" Bottled
,.ima..ainntg.ertfaerUpohibUon.habeas. aorpaa te4 m.Bond"
and ail wrHa proper: and-'k..t-- totbeoa.pletaaxayeajaof ,of Florida: t. -,
tWr the dr. .
.-culteowrtaad"""erkfudgeof sale eounty except Ned* U hereby glen (hit W a 8. Hanrell.purchaaer .
.. raadaatbority. toaummon" and. ..mpanoapaad1m7. of Tax Certificate No. *2l datedth.khday -
I .. - - of Aprll.A.I) 1WL bat filed said Bass's Ale' Gulnness's. Stout
,
.......n A There-ahall,be eta: tarnu' (aaldy. oertlteate lay tax In deed my offloa.to Uaua and accordance baa made application with ." I. _

rVtoa fee for aaioTcourt. ; law. Said eerUflolta ambraoaa the foilorlac
.;,, 4X -There ahall .proawhB '
,t ,. .es.... ? aw .I..J ,. ppoiB.(..a by the described property altaated la Oaoeola county, RYE LOWESTPRICES By' THE' GALLON. h
...-a.. ........1 or tba Senate and who Fiorlda' towll Patrlok'i"addition ,
r' ... ..... IHt two (t) I lonk''I! to
..... bald by for four, Jibe ,eeepr Jf : '
1CINInmM City 2 frozn. a.oo''uP'
aatioai ehan be deed by cam :
I .
being date'of
aaieaaed at the
Tb.sald tan ,
th entire of tha Cryetal -
'JttL2ffXtiSte.2ii.-ii the twnano o*such oerUfloate lb0 pane of fetet aeye parehaaed output
.,f. ..nrS.a:. : ; attarry but the* Uni.e.ldeeit2catd.haDb"redeemedse' % HAVING K* Die-tilling Co. we are now In position CORN from: : $2.00 up'f '

...... ....- fee oak ,eosaty t, to this celebrated brand .ot'whisker/- '
( 'iitl ..triable ta tha aoart of oordlox to law' tax deed will lame thereon on lasts tha groatl reduced figure*:
_.0.0r0- .. S.M.r of .... Inallil sst lbe.beak the Mtb dar of September, A. D. U0Wltnaa thtl long M it at following ? J3-I35T': atom: : a.OO tip.
ofSoW rig..Wn and .cal floe -
.. rM8 cork ar hell tba word for '
Knd Oar ol AoCwW A. .J 4 Full Qtaarts $3'.20'I- AND, ALL- OT.HER.LIQUO'RS IN
9rw.lee f. nerd. wklohtrial ball-be: 4. ESi.ET. -. ??, y, PROPORTION
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tId .....: -' '...... loa Clerk Olroall Ci 8 Full Qtaai-t $O.25Il . :,1,1ij
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l .: ......' .... i+ Br W i HJ Iv Il t 12; 'Fxill' Quat-t. ef9.pp .. . - .. It'?


be ... reel Notice:' ylY -. EXPRESS' PREPAID- "

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