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: October 26, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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( ADMIT IiearI of Kentucky:: THE .r..12".t.TII.'M. 'j '
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This beautiful play ,was'' presentedat dwathp and Overflowed Lasids in tke done aalpi MS4s toe ... his ..- Y,
the Opera House. I last. Monday pRAINAGiTCONSTITUTIONAL) State ' . --. Was. Would tile Aaertoaa ,
evening by Mr. and Mrs Jack Champion : . That Will be' Subject. to be people bar sjaMirOwstcrsss. had .

A TRRIBftllURRIANL( supported by local t..leotlude... I t Taxed ,by. ,th.'Orasr.ar. .Comsnia* blindly plunged into the Panama Ca-'J: ."tj
: the &u.ploe..oftb..W, C. T. IT. cm I project wtboutproperpreliminary, .Jj,,
The AMENDMENT.Last .roeen.. :.
I ,_ preraemaao drew quite a large aurrsys, and estimase.P' vt '
i audtenoe\ and considering. tbe short '"This would ''produue'b2'SOOr004'a: ) i '' ..
I time in which the local talent had to Word 2 Because no estimates of Msaose;
\ .to"the year.of drainage taxes tot be bra
Has Awful Experience Voters of spent
simmee: Boy School'Board Proceedings.KI.sdmmtie prepare their part" was splendidly Board of Politicians, who are notunder 'I of ,the contemplated drainage:, bars
rendered,-.snd all felt bad ..
present bond
they and
who
orflSi don't beT! t"\rf- ? **' '
JU .len dfflclally 4
'. E lhetrfulr'money'wortbf betides assisting port or I .. made "l
on East CoastCUED' Fla. Oct. x. 1906. account to any one for their: ,. -
The Board' Publio Instruction a good cause actions or, expenditures. How would ,The
.' ., ., .. '. .. ... 'T"- met in regular session ,there being The play was &,Ot.teDl.p for the $''fe'are two. ways! to, you like your farm In Alachua county ,or any tax estimate.was IsrfaS The without.a ahadow\,

C... J:.' Chairman benefit of the hart Memorial bundlDI'fuocl or Escambia Leon Drainage Com
present Franklin) : lean. Ibis Amendment: county or county missioners can't
) BY STEAMER JENNIE also C. F. Preratt. and J. D.Tumblln. and the !gross' proceed amounted to be taxed for some wild cat drainage' / will .; because possibly tell| what ,it
to about ninety fire dollars' First:. As to the scheme coot there Is no complete
also W. J. Sears. Bupt.The applied. whole that will < guide them
The specialties between .act br Commissioners survey and they, 'have'no
minutes of the last regular State. 'I'Secondi: two mlllion'dollarn a
meeting were read.and approved.' J.. nan McLaughlin and MIN Ada Davis year to spend
Woodall Saved After Float. a great public work
being
K. Gilbert 8r" reported as follows: brought forth liberal applause. ;; A*. applied, to the. and other things like that? I without undertaken

ing on a Piece of' Timber 'Jn. To and Ux. for Honorabl O-Mols* Bo.rd.f Countii Public lutraottoa-. IB. The represented' following cast the of play characterswere : Everglades only '.... Bccawse, '..if '.YOU Give the cost being any first previous made estimate, The .Dlaston of the 1 i:' i

1 beowwitJa tender mr report M Tmwnrar ofo.Ia Ed D"l.r..A Kentucky Mountaineer Drainage Coamissloaera This: engineers knew more bowl she 'II..-'
the Atlantic: Ocean From Count!for lM month of nept.A..D,itottctjooi AS APPLIED TO THE ExtraordlaaryTaxIsjg i glade.tbaa anyone anted the]
JACK, : CHAMPION.Tom ; Power, it,, Wilt the cost c* properly reslai :
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6 A. M..to' 9 P. M. l. WND. Loir big sawgraw south of Lake *.
j an..A Prett.lBadSo, t WHOLE.STATE.: Baable This Adaitatstratloa'' t.C..t. i-ameno
April t Tb J. from lutNportToanittrWMfcrrMlfraaiSubtMit........ 45475 JOSEPH JEFFORDS -* bee (only about one-siish of.lobe Brerglades -. ;
.- Such P.Ut.t- ) at nine million '
N.. I .1 n a Strong M.0IUD. . do
once Woodall,-who was on qusr Oat L T+tuooll >lnrtuMlS' ( ...... .; U II Rssttt .,,..... ,:. .,A CuUue OenmaaAUTOBUS Reasons Why You Should' Vote 3.1: }Isrs't: .t
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> boat-No. 4, of the East Coast Railay Tcunount r.a.lnd (ram tM eoU.etar.poll. . ' r .trlla'/ They Will Hare "No 1'Dit.tloelty Because the. title to, the Ever-', -"
Co. which was, wrecked In the ..,?.*...,,.r".I.!!! OI HEIIT. '"
-. AGAINST the'Amendment. I* Perpetuating Thesiaelre sIs acla4. If now la Litigation.
rm off LoDI'K.y Isst Thursday, a Deirborn..V ,
nil Ralph 8.8. 8. o' -
lUrned home Monday nlgbt and tells Hr oNw.rta.M u Owlist .....:;H'..,. N NTO CHARLIE OVERSTBEET. .. BecAttae tt'-dives Mnv ttae BHsa' Office. for. Years to co aa..., Nominally; flu ,title rests: la the'1'rUo..

i following harrowing. tale of. hi.Ibl.etper1eD06' ....... Ynt.xYa' .,...A.t..I''' '''''' 1170 I -1>0 Dralmager As'amoney-making/c'/ scheme, will tees of the Internal Improvement Fund ,:' ,
JoeBurley..iA Man With a Fear. Corr .. tke Trewead.s. U will beat the and therefore belongs to the people. of
dispensary and, j4wneme
Quarter boat Nowu anchored eoaoe __ Jfe. '' t.T. ..p' : Florida, but this title 1 .'
HEKBY BARNES now-being ..
u. a quarter of a mils off the ;.>ara..l..lr.pOrt..u.'t...; I.+. 1207{ Darge Usiprecedeated Power ance taied pieces. Governor..tacked in the United States Courts "

ore of tong Key with about a hun D'.....-.110.. nest w...::. +..,..".# -I' Jack Hamlin....:.. .' . .:,A Moonshiner. to Tad'Ny Part o* the"tats They die Broward upon has the Stats heretofore his dispensary to ...d-',;various legislative grant 01.1.. ...,, .by..', '-r,

] d was and on fifty ths men night on. board.shift and Wood ths TOb i--n-...,....,'.s.a..3: issnctrooi. QEOBGIE OABDNKB.Tatter .< Please Ko,*So-Called enlarge 'P.r- scheme and his Insurance! scheme, but tbe Until tbesees.e.are fln.llv decided,, t

Ind began blowing early Wedoes- .tvm-atmr. no.a._ *.,. .,-A Child of.the MountainsCORNELIA b. hopes to succeed. this time. with. his remain ownership In'' of the Evergladesmust
poeetI', doubt. It will be' '
,. .: Y1y"fs.r. NN drainage scheme. This re'years
Tot.11..kMv.srtr. ; :' is his last
sy everting when h. w4th .a gang of D'.w.. ,.. ?.";...iy....,.. NU MOBIU.SON.tf.U..hh. ..._..... chance. Are :you going to walk Innocently before this question can beset"

eri i went work out barges and put but extra by 0 mooringsi O'clock To au.-...,...,.............':......::.. ...--ij: ... .OAJUDNER..h' . ..108'. Wife ,The ameMdment proposes to give tofire Into the spider's parlor glre tled.'a Meanwhile good title ,the to r" Trustees an acre'';,caanot 01 the' rl,

i wind had become so strong they ,.. ... ,_ __. 1(0. 1.'r JUJU. : men tM enormous power to create r9. 'Because the Dralsisge Cos** Everglades, and they are.. running a ,
i forced to.return to tbe, quarter .1' Daisy. ,.. ..A Flower'in Strange Soil drainage districts "faa In the judgment grave risk of '
Toa.aa----........ .;.......". 1M n eaiaaloaers ,....t. losing every dollar they 'I
of said Board are ir4
i. The men then turned In and To at from tat. ......-..w.a.........,..., 1 Nsold BRACE ROE IOND..r. of Drainage Commie lteq to spend la drainage.' They have-,no
at to bed and Woodall says he was ..- . .r.t.. sloners.rec\aim\ is deemed advisable to drain Make Asiv Estimate of the: Cost of right to risk the people's money be
use and
akened about 3:30 Thurvdav moro .... . .. the swamp and overflow : fore the; title is setned.v Would .
.1Iat. N the j a
By warrants
M ',. the Work
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Before
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ed'lands
: within the State of Florida They Levy
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l to find the boat rocking and a ... The Coming Music: Festival. : c.refulmao In his own business '
wastemoney ,
ling gale blowing. More lines T.I.ran..6a4, ; ,d..7.u..y..4.r"n. or such parts or portions thereof ... is Tax.' like water on a doubtful, attic ,
j then put out to ; strengthen the "',STATS AID TO CBVTAIM SCBOOIABlMtrjwt. "On Wednesday evening/ Nor. lit all deemed best by said Board of Drainage r Would you build an expensive 1'boose

Brings of the quarter boat, and the To b.lap..fre ...........,...: SUM Kissimmee's artlitlo talent will be Commissioners. ,from time to ,This is altogether unjust aad unfair. on lands thafsome one else satagyou
was
i aboard had already begun to .be J.;s. GILBERT. SB. Co.or-.. brought Into exhibition. The feast time." In levying all other county and ,..Stateaxes fort let the
paned.by the heavy sea that"wasling. The paid and cancelled warrants that is being prepared br the ladies of This is a. vast and 'niost, dangerous '( an estimate is always first made decide| /'WOuIWhat'tou possible{i, harmBSB court,,
About 6 o'clock in the. amounting to the sum of of $160.97 the entire" town is one that will at once power, gndnettb.rtbeLegisl8arenoth r to see how much money it wUJ be necessary corns fronj. waiting for the :COtll'lll't.o _

ning the chain to one of. ..t.b..0.* were burned In open session.-' -__ satisfy, delight and remain .with the COUMSI can limit control to raise by taxation.. Anybody decld.' 'w.: ."" ;
Srs parted and toM other was insufmt The following bills were approvedand publio.Klsslmmrehaa. It. Under this Amendment the Drainage who builds a bouss or starts' a..bust L. * M. .

to hold the boat and she and ordered paid and awarrants were long been known to Commissioners' hare the right to ness of any i 11:104. at war Svwants to ,4f" Because there. .U. no limit 1 tt''fbe': ''
>.drifting'out to sea. About thlr- drawn for same.Mta. .' : give rood hoboes to borne talent but drain and reclaim swamp and overflowed Irnow.what U will cost before be?goes tip "
i miles off the reefs the sea became I with the combination of ..erl. cla-nlc lands wherever la Florida inch into the scheme. If your f.nao..your .

heavy for toe boat, 1.0. stand and 1r.WlMDohaeLM.eh.r.h77..Unto Jotu. SMt/ML b.ebr.b7....4....0". 41 Sf 00 00 and humorous work to be enjoyed too lands exist or are claimed to exist. wild l.od1l). be taxed ten cents per NO oss knows how much his tai< Is'

i went to pleoeev, ;' ....Y H ".........t..rbg.b7. a I.. .. NCb. the coming .effort.,, the ladies haveN The Drainage Commissioners are t.heole acre annually for drainage without going to beor how long he will 'have [1
bed tt was seen that the boat 'wi.. _. P ....k_.... -. _. ......-u..... SS every. reason,, to expect a- packed Judges of what kind of lands are any limit of time, wouldn't you like to to pa.b. The tax: limit It test .cents
.. .. ........ .
I( ... ... -'- .. .. U. N"o and-overflowed.- indlvldual know what toe drainage will cost so per acre but there Is lirls
king the men were ordered to get r M..1 d,....M.eMr.71 .ebdr. .. MS* bouse., swamp ; no n to the
side, and Woodall and- Ab. Bell ..W Vurito iY.oa..4 Moab....... ... II a The cantata "Life of s Leaf," given owner can object. The power of thai you might know for how many time. .It mar bs levied for &, lfa,11/ osoO s
> were together in their sleeping Mr.C.r01.TM.S..LL.eMr.aa7llwrBean I in oratorio style will be sung by achorus the Drainage Commissioners .. s.0prem. years yon will have to pay the t.d' ,....., .There is no ofcsck whatever;
..2. JT..T.r.T .T "i mrrm. .....,. is M \
ran went out through a small F Batlp-ap,... t..ch..ab7 SS ..-. .M Ol of thirty women's ..olau'.DeJ ..' Even the'courts are power* 6. Beoanae ,the ,AsmeadsaewtMake upon the Drainage Onaississloasrs. .a,
e i .la. the roof of the boat, Woodall Bonn P......... ..1..te.aMe weal......... i good soloists, aooompanled .by an, orchestra I.....' If ;your lands are as dry as tins H Provlatosi The reason for &.b".1a the the Dratr, '
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I, who assisted. 'Bell in getting Mhrrfc! .". .rt''nliir'iPSSSS ,'and U is safe to say that U .; they GAIl be .Included' la a, drainage * . Fer".-rf'LoostzOpvtic1 ; strs OomsrAstoasrs have. vale .. ..- ,
Vln'tiVMiltm. ... -
ouch, and just. they had reached UlKt Ckmrlott*IIU......ML........Mh',4.reeprSnitMe..vi'li will be by far the most' artlstlo thing district and taxed ten cents aa -" t.1m&.Dd..... c. mob. nay sostYmale.beausesb .
t top of tbe boat she went down oar- ..s.. IOCS of the kind ever beard> here*. ,'. acre .to:, drain swamplands miles Tbe people .,M.. .. ...1.'
them beneath the waves wlt.bWood.II..S e...... .. III J 'ollowlng ...a synopsis: away/ 'And yon would certainly have of the drainage districts ."" ".,., If they could make r sjp ...-
llrw J. B. ...--.... ..................eeb. to the tax if the Amendment 'Is are not; to be consulted at at.. They Bats. of thetotal ooet.; see ;q
he M pay
to the Mna. ta'
rose .
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.. r new
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near"Dim-was a .En...vb'..-.=...S'' wY7aS.. II t.Ob11tw adopted. +vTbe! Amendment" girea theDraJpag are expected to put'np the cash'for wosjd bs ......to ftirare ova f

11:,, bed hold of. am ...... .... ........ a. N M .....1._1MwarewMYad Cheri...."....... CennmlsslooerS the power to BOOM win-eat drainage scheme. >*tt. sas.hlsso .Jta.r U Ji. ",
.... Ab ..1. I r.be ....., a ....- they are not allowed to / aabout w.M tow. will VN .
around he Bell Just N. :.=:....:: ::: = create drainage districts all over the say naaay' years fe* .
tug; saw nom 1- .... ............. ......:.. 7.Qw III ... It ''
to be surface. Ben then got hold ....." .... N litOl Neo.-.C........... .". S....... This power is, not cotflnedtotbe Why should they not be less 1\0: Aaitu, beU Ia..tbs ..
trunk too aad ,.ae.w.,, ".-...prrab..d.ab.iY.p. ... .. ......., t...., Ererglades surrounding ,ooun* vited. to vote upon it? W. 'bare'.Local eosjseqa aoe Is .that laad* ta the. 1111Msltl +
j together they li .... ..... .. . B..-....S.rr.a 8.5.. .sal 06wa.. ......,.. ; .
I on to It. for a few minutes,' butlnI't.b. TWiB. X.. .. ,. ...,.........';.... + u"V.u.otIia. 411 '' try.*, There is not a. word :'about1 theErerglades Option for LIquor .:'Why DOS for '.:r. ....... ...... -.
trunk hard to cling to they .......u.... .... ,.., 14e.. N..i-....red 8wna.w-;;' jTtt'k / Ins Amendment.. 'The Drainage Es,..I..U' wfawa, the pso 'I'' or_ .0.. ..... .. ..
Aya.y.pn ... ....... ....... ___ pie themselvesWhy bare_ far Ikqorsraor
do oed it aDd got on to a piece of (J clasp MMIIa "III VIaII..O. __ . ". Drainage Oom..looen.-.a- create4faVaa to pay; btaabsl tea h
W Y lIaIdMaa C.', e aabla N.secs The' soloist will be announced nextweek r district wbererer tfca* wont Broward let file sb. IM.a-M shwaN=u:
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k. which there (
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nearby on were ... f.V.i..w.ir..v................ II of' .alb rIi ... .
fly six or eight men., ,They were IIrl .. .Uetil. .Ucht pU. .V' ' with ,full. program ,for the festl plea**, aad tajr f si... pUnlsilaiuf' vetory as jfji* '
washed from this and secured WYM.t7 K wb1..t......,.,.... Mil v % /.- oraajees groves,'ttanber lands sod Vtf ....J:J aol *3Jr Know : '
_..' For sometime they were. drift- N WM"-in. huiUM.HUM papa.....oi.id';; ; 4.*SOWnuk inH Jean "Ingelowli; .poem "Songs ofSeven" .1.06'thel .ele ti/ to drain 'what toejrchoose ......in. alt e sub-school,dpedsamsP w. do'' a !.........,....... $ '.e' ..
etq
around among; the wreckage : TumWlB.. kMtUc papO-. Mhl K. an artlailo life Sketch with to call swamp or t,ovsraowlands. >BrergUdes is not ,
.r washed loose by the heavy seas 'nbdtoS ...... .. 1101f piano and otherInstrument* aoaotnpanyioflr If your lands, are. taxed,ten not hare LocalOpt.1OD for Drainage . ' 1r'OallydnWtgr'. .
O :8 MtwUMC, kmliaepapu.. ieirl l. will be the direction Why not let the people themselves decide ' 'More than naif .
i one piece to another. Wood all .. wYe a given under cents per aoere, the fact that they, are of . Xrergiadiss: Is
rBn+ > wale; ; of high/ and dry and miles from toe lands whether tber should be taxed )'to.. rook and wcrthlssf for sarkniltilis_
ly secured a piece of floating tim t 'M:;b.--e iDiM..Y'111; : Miss Blaslogame of the department I ..
6x13 i about 10 or 12 feet long to I... ... ..... .0 .. of ,oratory In- tbe high to be drained would make> no dlll.reace. sand of fire' arbitrary officials.. In Tallahassee The part worth rwlalmlnffls .* strip: ,
he ,Bell with N r a.-.; .........M.ki.b7 N......., IIo The Amendment. gives the ? ;j- along the East Coast and the "
clung and four school. power bigsowi9
pch
/ B ....w..__ lOCh.. N.. .........:,.. t ..
ter men were on a piece of.wreckage A a.r-dt.b set.. Nw 0........;i,'. l 7T >Mia Tlmruennan: of tbe school of to fix the boundaries of the drainage 7., Beoauasr the Drainage Tax ;.. grass south of Lake Okseoaobs. r Twe"
out six feet square. 'They. floated Pmtt rnhr jaaIoIeIo'l N,l ii daiw.r .p piano will direct t.be'mu'.lcal..tron 'of districts and if your farm or timber w fall of 21 feet from th..-,lse to'; theocean .

r each other this way' for about J 1 R B Onb.4 Gu......8r Nt..at..a..r.r.. _...........N.......I r a tbe program rendered and tb..e'al lands are included :you will hareto Uregrsl.r411rjr.t..-' -iIt ..?. \, Is not a gradual fall eveajjr. din" '

> hours, when they. became 'lIep.rold R Gilbert. Br. em. p..nr. wb dM ented youug ladles will also give theN pay ten cents an acre to help>> drain is not apportioned according ''Win
J, : this Is the last that he saw publio some Indlrldual) dl.pl.lul the other fellow's property.. Is this. tbe.benefits to be received by the ... there is fall : of
ward of BelL. ': aaoUbe....Oarao-. t:8r-ea.:; sal:b..urN sub a drllolf ,; .NO.atrOwM. p their respective art*. right: / . .work Erery landowner proposed will 12 feet, leaving only 9 fee for" Balance

Woodall held 'on to' his ''piece 'o .. .. t'S4 Nq ."'..Ot..r...;;. 41 00 Besides the classical portion of this have to pay whether his,, lands are of toe way.j a disanaof 79 miles
ftber, being dashed aboot by tberible R"1iYana.: ......u... "" "' '( 01 evenings feast therewill be much 2.:, ,BeecMae tile DrslMaoe: Commissioner benefited or injured by tbe drainage south to the Onif of.Mexico.' 'Oolr. ,. '
N"NOB ,.." ,,,..., 2" feet la 78 miles' '. .
all about Ths lower of....
the while for The "Kinder
sea amusement. Symphonic" part
AOQ01Iatabl'io
> :... Are Not Made Suppose you own ,. piece of high
_een hours, from 0 o'clock in the CH>tJohMOB.fitdmk and be. *.8 JJg under 14..... Brittan's direction will Whsterer.- ground and your neighbor Owns a Southern Glades ,Is ,washed; by'......., .'J.
till 9 o'clock at H Wola... MppliMMblNo .Sbdt.....< U 00ckool life 'Twel .yAatll.nt7: tides.' ,, *' '
mint night, save your or slay you.t muck lend: He Tal k 1
aloneOs Tb.C.bUCopU o. Not........ !* 00 r. goesto !
er etling.eparated from' .Jko7Kta.tata.Alb.n.iSmlt .br w.d mm.r. 3100 native plcoanlnnles will glre' you thousands Pihusee and gets, Governor 'Browardto tl.; 'BecaMM Thr ; 'ta.. .oo [1..
syM yafae.aOtBeet .
he encountered only one man of Int ea wmrrant 8W /oooHIM character song and the audience.. will (possibly' millions) of dollars start a drainogs'district'. to"drainhis k ._.. .. ._._--""
[the ISO'who sere shipwrecked dur- _Borti*3<&*m m. waT*-iimh> "",..j,.. 'S 00 be left guessing who these dark-skin annually; but,-unlike all our" county muck land at your expense. ,The t art"Ot The "Evergt.da. 'Iced -

r the whole>> day-a man named Big In the matter of Janitor for school dears might be. officers, ... not required 1.0d...e drainage district .established, a4to Yir'yDoabthtl, .,. -t'; ." 3 t';
bottom,-who was clinging took a Tickets' sale'' at the L! Klislmmee and they t i.
No.:1 Messrs. C. E. Eranklln and acre on_ bond are not required your high lands.''are included. You ' :; ".
and was afterwards rescued. oni Drug A ... mske-aoy reports. _otto render ,accounts wUl"a..e 'suao: re -Tbese"ninck lands have :ro)
Preratt instructed to pay'a4cents
F.
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were *
i same boat he was. secure a man for .ame.' : Je says several boats came In sighIng I the Legislature the ,The drained muck landr'of.. -
Prof. Evans submitted i list of r Always C rea. or to people. lands, and there is no use in,
tbe dar butte could not atBt money collected by the Drainage Commissioners either. The Constitutional Valley were badly. damaged tby'an ,
your kicking
their attention, and they passedbout apparatus necessary to replacetoo se To cure disease a ..medmult. meet does not go.into the hands Amendment will make it,'absolutely some years ago in '. dry, .timev.'no''

Finally about \9 parts destroyed by lightning and he t.he.requlremeDof t.hegeD'l'al system of the State: T..urerl who is, under useless. ,This is not an 'imaginary thousands of acres were destroyed.by "
ocl: at night when he had pract.t110.t. was instructed.' to order same.Supt ./ Haggard's Specific Tablets do this and bond and who has to keep and payout <....' In the Everglades Drainage fire.' >These lands are now used, en4tlrely '
all and benumbed Sears was instructed U. I draw cure, Indigestion\ Nervous f ,r grating and about U
hope was Q.n.t.IP.tiODr the State's money according to District there tare thousands ofacres fife worth : :;;.. ;
for $1500.00
i the cbld and exposure 'and well* warrant' payable May debility, Kid adcS.r law.) The money raised by the,draha- of high t.nd.hm., which''have 1.60 per acre.",'.Today there are: : not:'' :. ..,.
rod 1907 in favor of the State Basof
b exhausted from hit', long exposJ troubles, Loot vitality, and all kindred age tax is outside of the law. The to this d''atn.t.u.. CO acres under'cultivation between 'A "- ,
J Klssimmee for borrowed ,money diseases, by building the entire pay : ; Orlando and Lake .
be :
the wares, "w>r suddenlybught up Drainage Commissioners can keep it pkeechobee rrifj r7. -
and also t.o.d..w warrant 2o.. 821,tor, Tpe various structures'are 8: Because wherever a., .drainage .
and action b system '
to hope again .' where and as they please. They are I > Be e... No' Disortwalsiatfo., '
Ing light in the Istanoe' ahead ofi 170.00 i4terosloa same." braced up and re-lnforoed by these superior to all t.1iQ laws thatsafegut district is formed it. will prevent the *?! ..

i and m the left of the' r course .inbe Supt..Sears was ,requested to look. tablets aad the organs are excited tobe.ltoby public moneys. Would you /give men sale of !adds and obstruct the development Ha* Beesi:Slsowm nr: '!JI "'" s
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into of old school, lot ..
the matter I
functional Send 'for of the .
action.
h ,was drifting. 'By getting working ferou'such rast .and dan country.You CotnwilssloseraDrsiMtge'TaX. : ,a ,, LerTl.
ce Rfh.
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.I the log aDd paddling with I hjsI Baslngerand/ to report at nextraeetlng.Messrs. ', boot of'Particulars and wonderful] gerous powenP Donb you think the I can't sell lands when thenR arebeing : =; .. <"
C. E. Franklin and C. F.Preratt t
I he managed to steer his coursed v ours Price per box COceuts. If your opportunities for wrongdoing/ .or &'1'. taxed ten ceD..n acre for an .', 110.' :4' ,
lights and drifted' upon tbe.taameosof. Supt. duggist cannot supply yt>u: they will '" yI .waral sw'w
the right indefinite ';1m.. No will bur lands '
are appalling one "
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Inds of different high ""'""
the Anstrain Sears that he was ready to report on be mailed upon receipt of price prepaidAddress /r chaser, or. 'f.i
which often
n tramp steamer are subject to an annual tax
lightning fund' ,were Instructed)'to Haggard Co. '3. Becattso 'According to Ooreraor low dry or wet, good or bad.i'were
nie, which was standing/ anchor, Specific cents an acre to drain' somebody assessed .
all the
check up''' same and l'ePOI'.t; next ... same blanket acreage. ,
i" steamer having previously picked ltianalies '' BrowatyTs Costtetttlow.. There, '1..'. land. No investor will put his tax, no matter what dittsooa from the

9 I men; Woodall being the fonleth.Th" mTheroybrine furtherbusiness money in lands that they .bare to pay Evergladesor bow 'much bow f A{* <';
no J pr. :
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was about forty miles off such when knows what. .
>alt of Cubs In 160 fathoms ofer. Board adjourned" till next regular. will be a tax done with no the one taxes, or whether drainage.1 little they' The would, be ,,bsneauwa sandhills'by ". "

and.' nine'After more Woodall men ,were tree picked taken upwere ,, meeting.. ,/C.. E.FoAincUN. :, ., Chairman.Attest. : ., How' to Vote AGAINST t the QJ Drainagelmendment>f t jt schemes will not and be possibly wasted !worse.impractical Would 1 Avon .1'.rt.aoyering''hnadred miles;, were high ecJ.esaot.lt' ..*:'of ofsquare .\,,'.

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all given warm. Clothing! I ; you want to buy lands burdened ".with same as the marshes i<,
_, and blankets on board and made 'W. J,.SEARS,",Supt.. : I .. _._ such a tax?. No;' ,and nobody.' else Okeeohobesv ",bord.rlo -. t.heW6'
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I comfortable as possible.'; Tb.mer :. t woo Id. A* a resolv the development ... ;>. ... i1; fl' '
then weighed anchor for .Key f: ,The Drainage. ,Amendment vwill. ,appear'the ballot of the State will be I stopped, and all 8'" ., !fINat..' TIt... P.opN 01 f'/" ; '
Letter : ; ,
to ,
I. arriving there about 11 o'clock BheNttt'W.lker '' :J *. / kind.' OP property' will ; lose' value

d.,.' TTpc arrival at Key Westtiyslolan T" :,KlASDOCEE, FL*.. about.. pkathia. ; Cant you see that this Inevitable. U DraarigtDlatrtcArqOplo. : : dx': !;. ""
came on board and Meet the Amendment is adopted? DralsilaisTttaeEveraladM..; .
the bruises and injuries of tbe 'Dear1 .Sir; Here's the difference r t. Iii, *$;>.*

E and administered medicine to all between two pare. paints; one.strong. ; .CotlsdtlItjotsa1Allnendmen rtlc1'xVlIl, AST, APPLIED TO :THE Except a'few people !sanest. 0";'the,< 't.I "' .

ping them oa board the boat till"ock the otber weak. I Caloosahatohee, IUrert<,Thls oppos-:;\
in the afternoon 00 O. P. Banger; Bauoton'Vs..patnt-' Sections.32, 33,34, : and 35,Creating. Board_ LEVERoIADESONL'Y.: hionwasshown at tbe\ Kay! prtsaaryv' , ,

i authorities of the Last 'Coreay 1 ed two new bouses, the bo..saot.l, of-Drainage Commissioners. "" ''YesConstitationedAimeridmCitAttico when'lion.'J.. W. Watson rn'Dad. '

Company then took ftbem Ini alike; one another. pure paint. ., the ,. ', ,. ( : county Hon.Claude 'OIiDI..froM\\ f''
i giving them new clothing and other Deroe.; Deroe cost>> a quarter 'Reasons, W'hTYoti5houldVoteAOMNST 8t. Locle Bon.A.. .: .<

land carryingthem on .their" Isss for:paint and labor. "' Osceola, Hon.. ""W,.' HDet3oto .'E.: froea;

to Miami. where they. w. People .generally, paying. twicer : ; XXVIIT, the Amondment.. and Ron. J. r Aross
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r and treated. over for paint. ' "' : X "1'f! LM (all drainage(.dlstrl. .:'CO.wUss).1. ,,
i arrived home Monday after.4 'Yours. truly twFs s32,33,34auci3; Creatltig Beard"of }*, Because no TecIamaQon..of 'theErefglades were all *iected"to the ...... .against. .

has hardly been-given time :V":DnYOS, .it Go. * Drainage Commissioners, : ; f >"' No should be attempted'.fattl drainage. also Hbo. Hank'Harris: [ to

i or eat since by Ms friends so "" -" '''Plj ' * * .w ' ill i i j .:i have been'mada 'tiNo .... Senate frost Monroe \sad r.e
all of. them hear him proper surreys ; counties In sH share .......
to
are :'A Stagi for tboaltt
Somrihody.Orangs . : '{ ooinpteteVeurvey of tai B .... ............
i awful experience. J NOTE, : Look io.the; NO )Ballot. as.siovc.aa '. ver t.8I'IIW r dralaasr '
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SAYw. r'ma north Klasimmes ? tittMrrlaht:-b n glades has ever been! made.Ifeotla. ":.... aI ........ .... YOMN" ...J....
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*e.slot." ) .. groveH ;: c w and then, :make your eras mark on. abosryD"on't3f.i11 ; : Aoas are BOW pending with UcistsrirWUsMHi Ids who belts. tlr fairp...
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received ber..tu.11IcI on clay" roadssveu.: acres'_ J 860 1 ,. :::: ; ; ..... ''' ..u. to. .et. help front ; tae TJattsiSsAjtes ry for for alt ...d .4t a JIIIIIi 1"E
at Ab.Bell._.picked D' b.s sg orangs ins.oaop sstimateddwea Ooverttsaeajs ftor (a'',eorrW' ,........ 'iad'.R'1cNt of :, _
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boat.....and. carried. "il' to,Norfolk"" '' '- ,, at"'i."11IO'J(boxes' J.WILIAOIr.lllo. ..,4 '" ,: J.\.'" ,, v.- to'f\.,. .. :'f"'Ot;)' '' :. ,,/,;' sarveyVy Vettedserseary tit.l.n .itlglss Tr .!.... ....iNAMOdnie4f.sial.n! ....i.gV . "
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LAST SAD TRIBUTE i WON''r ARBITRATE WHILE GUARDS. 'SLEPT' T NATION'S! PRQBLEW1


I ;Doi l ;:iiI )?J Ji : f i*. I Negro. W'.) Taken .by Mob' and Swung, ij ijIs

Paid to Memory' of Sam Jones' Striking Machinists Decline Up-Verdict of Coroner's, Jury" !, Matter' of Dealing witti.Ne-1" :

... '''. "Died' From an Inch ROp.
<10or '
_, .. ...... ... _. .. . at Georgia Capitol I tne Southern's1 Offer gro .Sa'B1shopWalden. ,
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p.'V.: -- A Mobile. Ala.o special sei y.: Rob I

,: / .abrfl, .tfHf, of:Turpentine Men. Alleged'Water Preflt8quiU.rs. ert Clarke, alias Dan Dove,"a negro ,

,7...4! 's9mtw.ay:: .. twrpentlne' ,, 'opera- \Not' for years has so much discussion WHILE.BODY: LAY IN-STATE VOTED 'Ofl' 'PROPOSITION from Kansas City, was banged from 'a GUARDIAN AND' WARD 4
tor'hI,: Mill:are adjacent" to, Plata an.d Interest been caused by 'a telegraph polo near'.the Lucedalo do- fl '

U ;,;' .n.tKat; :a'called( ,meeting at chief executive of 'the':,city, a. has tot t> of the ,Molle. Jackson and Kan-s "
'" bcMrh1tJi.\ pastCjEgek: forartf been stirred 'up over tL% .action of Universal Grief ; City: railroad by three' hundred :
Baa
of Georgian. Shown Men Were Asked ,to Return 'to Work Address of a Northern-Metfibd MI",'.
$ ,the labor Mayor BlIs.f Pensacola in holding ..
dlMI .ituatlon with at : masked and unknown men at an early
the Birx> Beloved Evangelist.; Pending Arbitration. of Trouble. Cincinnati-But Little !
"'I4a bn to waterfiont ,1otu'ln Aid
'It* to ,Improvement. and to property and preventing - : hour Sunday morning, after being,
: .. . remedies to.;the general assoJ rebuilding until surveys ca,J1. Little Orphan Children Guard.J Secret BallotJW Takeh' In mysteriously l spirited from the'jail of Given San Francisco

\ ...MIMa of turpentine operators to meet be'made and the city gets Its share. '. :, ,.d- the Casket. .. Various Cities.: Jacksoa county, Mississippi.,, n SufleI ers. ,

.",, ..Jacksonville on November 15. There' are several poor families residing The negro..". was arrested late Friday -' _.

.'. A l committee consisting of E. B. along the'.beach', who lave occu- The sorrow of Uoorirlans Occasioned A Washington special says: The' night by a posse' who( followed The negro jroblein\ /and .relief 'for '
'WlI* ion, ;p,. M. Padgett, D. M.'Doen, pled sites -for'year", but, the titles by tho death of the .great Georgia committee representing the machinists him to within- two mites of Mobile furnished '
) *, >IL Campbell a>d O, Mattox. wi. were of no value and could not be \' lIgeJUlit 80 suddenly stricken.down of the" Southern1 from Lucodale, where he had attempted San Francisco' two sensations -:

.* ;:;. !.,appointed\ by" the' halrman* to draft proven before the waterfront commis- was given eloquent expression In Atlanta -;' Railway. Company to assault two', white' women and for'' the Methodist, ministers of.r!

\ r *oIIlUon.. covering the labor question .lon, but the grm majority of the Friday when thousands of Oeor- who recently went :;"on strike for ,an Ia.clatolen a horse and shotgun. The a section of Ohio at their weekly

and Its" remedies. This 'committee parties affected are classed by the'. gla's' sons and. Cincinnati Monday As a.: ,::11

\, ., after consultation! presented the ,mayor IBS wealthy land jumpers, and solemn 'Itop through the corridors of company' offer" of' ,u arbitration, ,The In the shoulder '. I'esult President Roosevelt, may be-',.
..' following resolution:I, he doe. nut propose, he says to allow' the capital to take a' last look 'at the chance 'for amicable settlement seems Deputy Sheriff H. W,'' Hlnton of asked by-- the Cincinnati 'Met ocu.t
,' .Resolved.: tho rights of the city to Ills features of Kev. :lain: Jones. ;
: the' ..suffer.
By turpentine from the
Lucedale took
operators to be at an und and It ..is under tood the prisoner' Episcopal Mi-ulsters' :Association togiv
1 of- Clay,. St. Johns, Putnam and prompt action recently heading a TUQiigu he claimed Curtersvllle' as and managed to evade a Allstlsslppt r
lila ,lha. the ,compan)"' will employ other posse his attention' to an address on. \
bourn
;:< 'Other-counties. ; assembled In Pal atka, gatag of laborers and a .juad of police It was peculiarly fitting mob bent on lynching" him. *
the 'race problem, delivered by Blshop .
.1. That we strive to Induce all and tearing away/, all buildings that this last vlew( 'of him should men.. -Hlnton placed the negro in the Luce- John M. Walden If ,"i
14'4 .... : .Our' neighbor c'persrtors. 'to join In') that were belbg erected, has put'.an h&vo been tauen la the state's: capitol: The'machinists went out OCtober dale ja.llSand with another deputy s'ition> before 'the the'propo-
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this agreement., effectual 'tlop to rebuilding. the and In Atlanta, which was very dearto 8 and the general manager >f''theSouthern guarded him until early; Sunday'tno-:gIngr. adopted. associationIs\ ,-.!*:

: 2. That 'we oppose, loaning any eastern section of.the' cIty. The may Mr jonus* heart.. He called'Atlanta at once addressed a conciliatory -' when both fell asleep. When ,.'
his .
In'the of address '
': money. or paying any accounts after or says'he" Intends 'to'protect the his second home' buta,1l, Georgia was circular to the men stating the they awakened the negro, was missing Walden said course ") ,Bishop.

.: ;De'(;elnber'l. 1906., city's Interests, and'' that if anf' of proud to boost of him and no man terms the ,company would asre to. and 'was subsequently found strung ? wilt' not r fulfill
r' 31'! That the signers "these" resolullons the poorfamilies are suffering through I can ever claim a richer share of rev"erence This was followed by renewed negotiations up to a telegraph pole a short'dis-'. "This country Its.
': t ;? 'Will( not"'protect'Inch neighboring the: steps he has taken that :he will and 'devotion from Georgia's" between the cpmmltteo rep tance from the jail. objects until the nation,come? o con.

i' ollerat ri In the employment'of head alIberat.donatlon., Jleople'thllll was liU. resentlngthe machinists and the com, A man who reached Lucedale Sun elder its relation with the negro- aa.that' ,
I bnd.who, 'refuf.e' to sign this agreement Mayor Bliss was arrested upon 'the '- Thoro was 110 funeral pomp Just pany. resulting In an offor of arbitration day morning reports that he ran Intoa of a guardian to a ward. This
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-' ,- charge'ot trespassing and'' 'was 'ar-- the j steady march of mourners, *the \ by the company. It Is ttils masked' and heavily armed mob problem 1 1.1 not a problem of.the north
'' ralgned before, the county judge but last look with tear-bedirurued offer the committee has. declined.At I alone, nor of the south-alone. ; it is: a "
4. and
;3 'A -Tjb.at: 'We urgently request every eyes near town late on Saturday night, and- '
!4' city or tOwn council 'to prohibit the Inasmuch as the question' of who own. the smothered sofa which followed almost each of the fourteen affected that they forced htm to retrace 'his. 1.I'Obl1J1 of the nation. This nation,

; recruiting hands In their Bespectlve'cities' cd the:-property Is In dispute the mayor every form past the bier. cities a secret ballot-was*taken .upon steps.: There II. absolutely no clew,' which Is so rich and powerful must

or towns > couldnot! .be tried uritll..the COurfabad It was a. eolemn,"silent crowd. Even the, proposition submitted by General. to the Identity ,of any member of the'mob. bolve :tho race question Itself., Dur"Ing .

," 5. That, we *lequest every, omer.of: decided to whom, .this property the younger members -, and there Manager H. B. Spencer. That vote the days before the war the' Idea
?? : the law.to enforce. the statute, agaln.Bt'Vllgrancy. belonged If the cases now pending were many children spoke In hush- was known to one man only In each of The''coroner's Jury returned a ver- that tho negro was to have 'when \

k .,, \/ In'.the courts are decided In favor ed, tones. The 'corridors on the lower the towns' Involved, and after the dict that "the deceased camexto, .hlj freed Ills forty ncr l 'of land from:

1 4 _The resoljitlons'were putto a 'vote (Ie the complainants then the mayor floors -were.packed, In the second and result had been ascertained by that death at tIle end of an inch rope." I -government wag 'freely circulat )
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"of.1 the .meeting and after. noute discussion ' can be tried for trettpnsslng, upon the third floors people craned Jthelr necks official the Information was transmitted pd. But when the freedom came no-

p t were unanimously 'adopted. j-roperty' after warningand:_ for demo to 'Tain glimpse of the pale faceof by wire In'cIpher to President PACKERS MAY GO TO ENGLAND forty ncrojs: came with it.'Tbire .

,, *t A committee, of three. from each of Isbing 'the fences and portion of a the. dead divine. O'ConneTl Washington., are three things that 'enter

I the conntlid of Clay.. Bt'ViJohns; ;and I house, but if the courts decide that One of the most touching features Atlantans Involved had no ,possible To Formulate Big Combine With Capital Into the negro Ques on. The' thought

: ,'.;i... Putnam and one each from Bradford I Ij the city holds the 'proper titles, he of the occasion was a group of little opportunity to .know how!" any city in of 500000000. of Implanting la the colored man the

I j '.n passing.. members of' the Methodist "' The vote in 'was the Idea'[ of home-making. The coloredman
', t/>- see the' operators aud secure thejr . -Orphans' Atlanta only The 'Chicago Evening Post: prints a
home who acted as guard for the possible to ascertain the vote of has: -bern* charged with laziness. i
li :,?: ,operattoa. tothla agreement. I as i tory to the effect that a gigantic combination -
,-, The planing mill plant of the Greenville dead. They knew "no father perhaps the other towns was sent direct toWa&blnglon. of packing industries In' this The northern traveler -who goes south

-t ,, : : Fraudulent' Strip Won't Down. Manufacturing Company la nearing but Mr. Jones had been a father to Ono man alone In At country Is under way. No personjconnected and conIes'110me is filled with stories

;' The Authorities.of, .of Key West are!, completion,! the last shipment of them just as lie .had been a fatter lcintr knows how tbe'Atlanta machinists In an official capacity ot kany of the lazy colored man he saw about

-4 z I leaving no I ltone. 'unturaed to get 11.1)' machinery having arrived a few rtsys/ to thousands of unfortunate'ones, be voted. and that. one man declined of the large Chicago packing houses the streets of southern cities. I tell
: is being they young'ior old. j.you. he..yaw' but few The colgred'manr
A the truthof e' at"lraud In' the agoand,, mow .put In post to discuss-the situation In. any .mall--,! -win- befound whowouldconflrntth :
'Issue of Illegal scrip that ha. been tion.; When completed: this will be A dramatic feature of the day was ner whatever. story. The story Js to. the effectthatthecomliliiatlbn r .makagoocl"lAi l lnese man and'a

,, floated .In the past years. Some time one of the largest and moet up-to-date the.tragic death (If.a woman, Mrs. ,, i is to have an aggregate I good citizen if wo only give him,

_ ,ago .when ,the scrip was being checked L plants of, Its kind in Florida.. and will Osborne, 72 years of age a life long. 1 :1_ PAN1C-'AT-.BA1UIAIN''S' : capital of $00,000,000 and to be the chance, but the problem 1* with,
,( have, a ''monthly pay-roll of severalthouandoUars..Thecompany rcoldont. of Atlanta. 'and"'a7"greaF"admlrer. ; us, Individually with the Methodist
t' tip. It 'was discovered that there controlled from England. It is declared -
.I :'were .erasuro .on disbursement ; ":11 of the. Rev. Bam Jones. She "Dozen Women Hurt During Crush In a that the Armour interests are Episcopal) ('!lerch, collectively, and
composed of half a dozen or more of died from an attack of heart disease with tho great United States government -
'l&elt. .consolidation and
'* .', Thisiualtef"Js"; cleared up. Louisville Store. to dominate the.
4 he 'sawmill 'tner.' ownIDg'large-'mlll. June after she Ina paternal sense."
had taken
w : > a .last lingering
tD the search for'-evidence to proeocuts Twelve persona were Injured In a that it will 'fuclude the following con-
In : tho Immediate look the The other,no rmavlon was an. address.hi ,
at face
"t'' , vicinity, and will pallid of the
ex-City-.delk:: JosephCurry thej' corns in Chicago. Armour PackingCo. '
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: band l their entire output,ol planing dead evangelist. panic Louisville.? Ky.,'during/ a bar Rov. Dr. F Is!. Larkin of Sin ,
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stock' 'together with that'cfa'num'bert 'There ''Was a" gain sale at a.-store.. --- FranclnccvJn.wU.lch.hemadeAblUer\ -
great gathering about
ago which, shows, that the Issue 'of C6; :; 'National 'P cklogCo.:. SchwaMSjchild
'1x>gus ccrip'hasiheen' far"greater than' > of'' smaller" mllls 'The company; the. vault -hen the remains reached Fully 2,000 persons wen In the & Sulzberger and' the Cudahy I attack on the -Methodists of Ohio
expects',to, .in'' the near future Westvlew, cemetery It was then tore attr cted. cut sale of' for tho'' small amount tot money that
'F ... was ever dreamed: of In fact-> 1* put ; \ near by. a rate 1'acklng Co. According to the Postf r
< now' admitted .that' the, fraudulent'' In ,other !Manufacturing plants:; such, 4 o'clock. The hillsides near the vault some articles, of cntdaware of trivial the, prolonged 'stay 'of Sir Thomas i they have contributed: to the stricken

j; ; sue may'reach'thef! flgure'of. $100,000-) ( as ,,a novelty :works anl a; plant, 'for were, crowded with women and chili value. -Lipton In this country ,U connected Methodist of San Francisco Dr."* Lar-
1 In scrutinizing the scrip presented the manufacture: >of artificial" stone> dren. Wagons' loaded with 'floral _designs During the rush for the counter: with the'alleged consolidation. ,1 kin said:

F r ' .It' waa. ouni 'that some of It was They will also erect a number' of. came,, In '8n almost constant the rear. of the establishment. where 4 "Not 'only I have' the Ohio Method-, '
tor' renting.: stream. The flower, banked the' bargains I i Ivts failed to give money to'' the earthquake -'
; ,stamped. ,"OeoTge-'li. ,Bartlum" mayor. dwellings, were: near were. on' display there BOYCOTT LEGALLY SANCTIONED
'. This ledto a closer etamlnt1onazidQ ....--' ', the vault, door. was a cry of: t .sufferers of, our faith, but they

*_' '.''it was. 'found1' 'that, this stamp 'was Members bE thOSt, Augustine board' When the body arrived H'was givena ':There's a $5 bill on .the .oor", by 'in Decision Rendered By Judge Sitting refuse even to bear me sent here for

::.pt..the one1 usetV'by Mr. Bartlum,' but cf trade 'at-a, ,,recent, meeting< took. ,place Immediately'' In. 'tront' of the "some' person evidently facetiously Incline ,f ,"" <. at LeulsviitsKy. ", "' . the ,purpoiei'r-resent the matter to
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acUon on two Important measures-one -vault door., ; ,- "' |' dwpilcate.i, The .name was true of the .11, :, ; = Judge.Klrby. In. the chancery divis '
:\i.mp'. of the chairman of the finance <
_ _ ..committee. Then t. comparison of,the ulldlng.tor the deaf ,and blind Instl- the casket-was broughtto a'I.rest.The that 'ensued women.and childrenwere Ky.,rendered a decision which 'up- .churches all over Ohio begging to be' '
',:'' .warrants were made'and It was found tute: and the other' approving yes'lsed -, section, directly over the face was thrown from their feet and trod holds peaceful boycott. The decision allowed to como and tell of the) 'ne dbl

: :',ft' that un6ther book, bearing the same route for the electric railwayto once more removed, and for the last on. Others were' thrown over'and whiled' not countenancing, violence In the earthquake'suffeiers of Method-

; numbers of !thf regular'.book had,been get around' the' Fort, Reservation, time friends' and relatives were given .crushed against the counters., .A cry any way, declares that' the constitution ., let faith, and out of a hundred ofttiy
,' -. .' .' Chairman Allen, of the 'sub-commit-' nn opportunity to look' upon the of. "t'hiefl" by some woman'whosepocketbook : gives every,,laborer the, right: to : rentiers' for a hearing I gqt three. '

., H Is plainly\evident? that' when the tee; appointed to raise the deficit IlInxMned lace,of the dead,ev ngeUat.' had been snitched height. quit work whenever, he wishes, whether Invitations.

& .' 'duplicate stamps.were 'ordered that a In'; the fund 'to' purchase land for the cued, the excitement At. this Juncture with 'without rearon, aDd that *om San' Francisco my brother

; scrip book'was alto ordered.' It was a Institute, reported that his committeehad FLAMES' ., TAKE TEN LIVES. the doors were closed...and the what one man could do alone was pot ministers write 'Unless you'send "
_ : 4 'duplicate the regular book and ConI secured the required amount/ and .i --. human avalanche' stopped. unlawful for a number of men to do aid we perish' we cannot preach to' '!
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"I, 'tained, 1,000 blank warrants. The the deed, will be drawn up at, once', Holocaust Occurs In a Boarding Hou.e'. Physicians were hastily.summoned join tlr. starving; .icople 'nor' tell of the'good-. .'

,. .tubs of .th1a:bcok cannot, be .Jound, and the amount, $6,000. paid to the .' at Birmingham, Ala. ,. and medical aid a1VID.! ness ofGod' Iu. poverty stricken
,- present owners.:, ,.Ten.men-were! burnedto"death, two I: homes.' "
and It Is thooght possible that' the CLUBMAN. FOUND-DEAD. .
seriously and perhaps fatally Injured; > RICH GOLD MINE LOOTED. ____ I ,
f '-..:'entlre book, was need: and the stubs .
I : destroyed.: ,Ju t'what amounts'these A tneeling of the Columbia County and a third slightly hurt, by Jumping -, Wealthy and Wail Known VirginianWas ABSCONDER SEEMS "TO BE SAFE. ",

,warrant were, made out for will not Sea >bland Cotton A.soclaUon'' from the eoood.' .tol7 ,as the result Bobbers Secure Sacks of Ore Valued' Missing Eleven Days ;- ;
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,' -' ,.( be known -until presented. ,for 'pay held at Lake.'city,the past,week.: Resolutions ,of' a lire 'whicl -destroyed the boardIng at $50,000 ,and Escape. After .having' been missing for' 11 Uncle Sam' Will Hardly Be Able to ,

,. I ....'snent., were adopted requesting u house of Mrs E. E. 'Watley la The Hayes-M'onette lease 'on the days, R, W. James a member of clubs Extradite Thieving Banker. ,
4c ..-" 1'resldent Harvle Jordan, to ,call "a. ,Birmingham,:Ala., between 2 and 3 .Mohawk mining property'.at Ooldfleld.Kev Norfolk',.Richmond and. Baltimore, The United Slates can take no stepsto
-of' j5 meeting of the flea,Island CottQn'Aa- o'clock'', Friday morning. *, said to be 'worth $500,000, was bring about the extradlctlon of Silo
A libel suit for the,sum $ ,' .. was robbed of $60,000 worth of and '
coo) has1 been" 'brought,in the A United rociatlon.to. be held in Lake ;city 'Allthe'' .victims,, .with two exception -;. ore 'Satllrda)'.by a band of robber found dead In a room of the old &mf Smansion velra, the Cuban banker >wanted in I
about November'' 21 In accordance !.' were street motormen aud, Havana, and now said to be In .Carao-
car
Pensacola the Norfolk Va. Death occurred .
'. : State. court'at by master whose. operations. 'were of_th, most'daring .Jn ,
t of -Ute Norwelgan bark Andrea. ,' with the'actl n of the ValdosU meet, conductQrs.' character. Just before day. over a week ago and was due cas Venezuela. There is no, extradl-;
I Resolutions. were passed !All the dead and Injured occupied tlon treaty between the republic of,
-.gaInstthe.J Brilleh steamer .Tugela gs urging break four men drove up to the to asphyxiation. The police are In.
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\and the latter vessel has been taken farmers tn.ho d their cotton from; rooms 'on the second story of the ')layes.Monette'sbaftbouse' and jimped vestigating. Cuba and Venezuela and the United

.. ,1 Into custody by'the United States .offlclaJ. the market and gins for 11 cents and house. The flames enveloped the entire from, the wagon. Entering the States cannot interfere In any way'' I
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.\ I 'The" 'suit II' the result. ofa) pledging:*Columbia'county farmers to building: when the fire was discovered shaft house 'they ordered the ,two engineers Twelve Millions In Cuban Treasury. .In the case accordinfe to state department .- ,

' 'U "collision 'between1 the, vessels In the hold, out with. the othel'll.' ,; and It was with' greatest difficulty to throw Ul)''their band.'andto Major Ladl reported to Governor officials. '
A 7 ,'harbor during the recent hurricane. ", \<" -, --:. that the persons on the lower *, carry twenty-eight sack of high Magoon Saturday that he had finish Governor Magoon may ask President j
The J. F. Bailey Compi&.n1- floor made their They saved Castro of Venezuela to, permit'
:: The muter the bark alleges that a--eorvor- escape. grade ore from the shaft house to ed counting the funds In the Cuban
ation doing, a, large lumber business nothing and'evel7 piece of furniture Sllvelrn to be taken by Cuban authorities -,
', his vessel was: safely anchored and the waron. After making' the en- ,treaiur)" i in Havana' and found that I
I ,staunch; and, would have rIdden out In Valdosta, aa., has failed ,George L In the house".. ,burned. The' lire Is gineers:, load the wagon the :robbers, they totalled a little more than $12.- but the outcome Is depend- ')
(, Patterson was appointed; receiver. Th thought to have been o Incendiary emit entirely upon the will of President
j 'the atom In safety, but for the negligence drove off and escaped. 000,000. mostly In American gold. The .
' of the officers,of the "Tugela, company's, liabilities are' placed at, origin. books:ba1anced'exactl)". Castro. A
$25,000aud Its assets are nominal. RAILROAD HEAVILY FINED. 1
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r ", Saw mill men in Georgia 'and In FlorIda UIT OVER SLUSH FUND. CHINK '
After week. ot work employing CUSTOM TURNED DOWN. JAP FIRM INCORPORATED..
each 'are,the principal creditors. :..Tlrecint --;-- \ 1.oj
laborers day. Hudson
\OTer five hundred Nsw York.Central >>n River -
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I the Louisville and Nashville railroad. decline In the price of luru An Accounting: of..$170.012.Campaign-, I,, Company Assessed $108,000. Chinese. Mlnltttr Wanted to Quit Job Located In- Atlanta and Will EngageIn I
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: .' ')uuI at last'completed the trestle ber is sail to have contributed. thecompanr" Boodle !Demanded.\ I Judge I1ol ". In the United State.Idit: to Mourn For Mother.. Rice Business.
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I' ;[ ,..,eross Esicambta: bay"' which was, de- ; ,i failure.' An. ,'accounting. "of the. sum, of $170.- cult,'court at New York. Friday, imposed The Chinese minister at Washing- The Southern Rice...Land and Culture t--I .
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.1(1> strayed.by the hurricane .and service '01J alleged tp.be''the amount of 'the''republican a fineof! $108.000 on the New tan Sir 'Clientxing! hang. Cheng recently
:, :over the P. tc. A- diTI.lon"whlch' has 'Hon. ,Den p. Calhoun state's attor- ( 'campaign for \"orlt'Centtal! and Hudson .River.'.rail- received newsof his mother's company Is the name of a $250/- ',
ney 'for', the. seventh ,Judicialdistrict,", fund last China. view of 000 for which New York '
& been paralysed since the storm' baa road company for granting rebates to' death Ic In the fact corporation
been relinme .. and grandson ..of'' the great John C.. :'year In Cincinnati, was demanded in LowellM.>a mer. who-has charge of that Chinese custom requires that he and Atlanta laps took out a charter' ,

'I''f": ,_y If Calhoun 'of !South '..CaroUn;"la' dead ,a suit, filed'Thursday; by Louts IL transportation for the American, Sugar should<< .etlre from official life and in '
Atlanta'Monday
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t.\.' ., ltr/i' n* reception<\ ball ,was In Falatka from Bright' diseaselco.n' -,: ,K: uez,' a former' city employe who Refining company. There were au be tn mourning for a period of threo ,
) Wafter. T.
I6"" opening of plicated'with",pneumonia..Mr. Cafhoun.was says he contributed U5.to the fund. the minister telegraphed his //The Incorporates are
given at, Warianna on (ounts,- 'nd sv flu 'of $17,000. was. ,Imposed .. :years, ':
: .;,:'tbe' no'4l'!(' 'armory, which Is '.probably ono of' the most distinguished The petition asks for an accounting In each. resignation Immediately; upon receipt Asamy: Mango Tanl and Matthew M.,

<4 t ::; 'the finest ,In the state._ .Gen..J. C.R., lawyers In. 'tho 'state and has served jtndj; for 'distribution: among the' Frederick I* Fomeroy, assistant of the sad.Intelligence., The govern White of New York, and Matiujlro ,'
.:It.q.te: ,was the' gut ,of : onor ;,a.A the people, ua'various official capacities J contributors 'Of $140.()<)& :.believed to tramct'manapr'of the New-TorkCen- ment.'h6w9ve.r< considered It best- not Sakuma 'of Atlanta. ,The bject.of ,the J

,J: .nf. the' peopW'of .the town at- ,In the; past., lie is u"tndJ' 'by'his have Mea in hand when the campaign' traJ"! ,wits fined $1,000 on ,each count; to 'Cbange'! .'dlplQmatn! represeiita- .company, as its name Implies, is ,to.,

ded.,the': reception8ara ;:/. ,'.wl'e" "iad'''a c_number. 'of sons.. expenes" 'wee, ,pild., ' 'a total ot"s.GOO( ) 1": "' -'Uon< at Washington\ at present' and "buy and operate rice lands.,

-- .. ho nrrtripBfi, him tn retain hi,. nost.BECOMING . .,
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,,;v : the Atlanta Georgian,, .which U 'The'.board; of county commission-" QENTRUDE _CAPTURES$ PLUNGER. BLIZZARD ON THE RAMPAGE., LOST. PQ'RTJNE'; AND, SUICIDED.London .'
- "' 'own In'connection; the Alachua A PA8TIM&. '
.POPULAR
,.trova.dvocnte/OfmuUiClPai/ -. rSr \"Ith. -----, : -
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ilp:".rsackaouvifl&stsnda; as an ex" County Fair Association, are busily :'Daught.rofI, .... 'Breeder''Joins ;Fon.tunee Coat' (.Snow; Given the Wket'by;tin.. //Banker Announced Failure

( fit; .Whs t.:municipal' wnel'llhlp'a engaged;'In n-aklng preparation for' ., > ',With .,'Bookmaker',, '.I prscsdented. i.. . ,<3.vere, Weather, Oklahoma 'Min Kill., Wife, Two. 'I and Threw Himself'Before 'Train. '(
'ne and what It can .Ao. JackvHl Daughters Son and Self. .MacFaydtin bead f MacFydeafc \ .
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exhibit 'the ier&lr..blch Miss.Oertnide ,
( Schorr
b general & .great; t& 'daughter; ot AOnersLtAkmos1lQwDrevalled: I '
..iUcens are- paying cne.t .urth : O B. Heyrforth. 'a welf-todd': tarDier Co. bankers, ot ,J.o 1doD., BJigland.
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will beheld In November JonaV7V fJchorr th breeder .
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? Thecity .
for lights/ whose ,
) ; their old rites- nerI' horseman of M living 17 miles north of ,Qage.' OkIa.uma.5aturdiY'bloiet'Ihot'and suspensIanwas'annoanced.: on.
at.Tarflp4G; CommissionerN. mpbu. Tenn.
:* ,. addGeqrgeR from' 'New''Mexico '
mountain t
*.'''jala'; for Itself; sine* 'Its ., 'Wyomlngr1 .. t kill- Monday; committed suicide'within an.= '
-- Cjailaon."reports; 'gio'progress'for .rdon./bookmaker and ,\ '.
A.J \ 1 pluiwor.
Coloraslo
Sunday Snow fell In ;
"' 141 "fy,"n. *IOf1'eI'7! oPPoneatiJ'' ... ; ed ids ,;'wjfe, ,.two.! daughters, aged 22and1&afld hour after j.l.JOltftic ''the H n6tloe' of the
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-,the ,oouy/, h11.YlcePrea1d; nf"e. . rer married.Friday la Brooklyn. :ahawut:; Inoessantly(1or( ,twenty, ?). : 'I ,
-- pal UUCb1pflQW't. most ..., .Burts. representing ,the state. 'n '''0'' ' lectrio. :' : a soji, agedW!: Hejlieaturned failure on .the, door': 6ft',ther'bank. b7"'l: ,
linesperstedj1pl
four' 'hC\U'J. 19uburba 1 f ;
adn>oates-TB'clty: 1 i. prtPVto ? \ tbe'.weapon On.himself':,In- 'LbmowInghiise1p before i stiifl: ;Ja "
fair.*ssoctatio-'.is .Ul8e4.wWa th,- 'Wft dw'i eM** rounsfheirfss two atfflc lty> and J'1lroadt" ;?;; ( I \ '
purchase It.fc street iv rail way's 'work beInC'dofle. *' .f.t.! '*l'I'f' ...:,. year, ago at the Latont* raee track. J' dieting a mortal wound; !Fsmjly\ jtrou .t\ P.Dab; u, 'hate: ,, a oaUe away,froxn"! :
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,'IoC x'_ K0 0 K. 1 -when: I cnine! back here, broken and that! have ever spoken to me of-love.* ./,' .

: mishrables" a// year ago,, and ;1""" should I ."And ')'oUI.wlU, never,,,list** to love
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!i- \ '0 X. batolybh +y' m.f'.lde ,'In1 'attoa,,.w; from'any other Janet! *.? *f ,
\1' A! J { airf3; >ave soinetWns to look forward to. Sbe stood allent and,- cosfnesdher' .

,.. :. 'j FOR'HERFATHER'S by-I Mud. Some chnnce.of..happiness2n tacer blushing,aWl/ ,JUlIe. i ,
i my- life. Instead of being entangled trail hands clasped '

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Y1 Y1rfl. POINT engagement with Matty Fergusson.jlGlfforfl. old,day of her youthful
-n I.tl11'f' '""''it He felt,at this moment ,

} ..g y flung" himself down sullenlythn excellent. tbe woman was 1A 1
"t 4 ((9 &, chat! "beside the fire and lost: be frit--and ldat \ .
::0- '" something: very Uke'tear. 'gafhorod '''In .ready the stair that ,

". ( BY 9! 'bl, ..i 's; Iffgardeu\froin: own point er marry: Jane with all

fin, 'f ..: ofvit>wj. d y ji,-Mf.: tol''e'Ufewbeu he appearedto man than himself: !

,. ANNIEEDWAIU5S. .HONOR.. the least! adrnntage. Ills'1 pnsslon -chance of-possesslong : f

was that of.A rtilld! allowed to have hi. "Janet"! starting toe '
a t ." I 1'.J: : rd. oVn" west and) tbfnT.f-nroffpd\ l>oc.u.o only'orye word.. 8a,. > :
i. bill Wn way bts':'not made'blm linppy., better thgn anyone )

.1 s x s -rr ", oooW'"W'' r>rr W' rx" e.... rxx c Still It was ii natural passion-au Ira- 'break off my elltng'm; : .. 1
1-1t pulse In tbs direction of: good, giving people a* the i .
... 'tiof CIIAITIat XV I. 19t..1 end dried theological meat of the peo >
;: token, by ,)its; yerje: weakness, that, marry you!
f .dF w. Contlnued3!! pie ot Cbesterford :and she felt that .taken earl into cunning hands, something But Jane shrank' a : lnIt tsc a..:'au&iM'!L
Idylst' Andt: onttfoatlitlnT t :Matty!fFcrgtisson\ her spirit. aji8weredan4 her heart exT ,quite 'different to what,.he now ll\sl'.and> tier-facet flusb ,' 1'
paneled, aa she looked. up h the Tlcar1, Jnlht.bbeen fashioned .deeper. I s: i ,;;
out of
was -
erred till hatval simply' slck"aud faint ;
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I .. (l and for..day:(,'' nml fur w"eeks afterward face'and listened to )the vicar's voice. JQlffordI' Motiun's Taema Unit' and unstable :: Don't nay theso tblncs ,; .r tha 9btuue & ', ,
be.,:. the girl ""nnde ed"' about hollow-eyed; Trobably .be:wari the only person t itf 'moral character But Miss pain me dreadfully. rc giving the Mucl.* natural

>" .nnd'wbtte, along. every allee and hillside the church Vbrt understood, Mr. Follett Grand'alwar "took the Ideal.-'not 'the when you pould have {
to where lie had once- walked 'with that day. Miss Fcrgusson on principle rational view, of every subject that flee with honor. Yos. the ii "er!\ r
on ,I ,Alexlx;; and Whu she began to lose her never listened to sermon,and occupied! was presented to her consideration (she "Sa, only what I ask : ;
i freckle and wenr long dresses ond the tlnu'on the present occasion In, was also -looking at the conduct of only you don't' love .

io ; la time to go to balls add to be ad- planning her'wtddlng outfit and calcuilatlng'bnTHie .Miss,;Y.rgussosl'safflanced husband); .and leave the future In ; : ARALXSIS '
Ia.-. : "II\lred".llo still cluug-to her flrsi, and probable} am for which and it really and truly seemed to her "I cannot say what :
as tar as she was concerned most pure her rclatlres mlgbt safely battle In the I that Gifford Mobun had never appeared ford Allis over ; Texas: writes "My'

6Its' romance of licr.llfe, ana bold all men way ot 'settlements. Gifford Mobun. In such a weak and despicable: guise a* I d u.t.think: you have year with paralysis! in
Immeasurably inferior to that of tbat burled In tbe red curtained nnctulll'7\\, .' now. A* throughout she had lovedhim me such a question to..nse Bsllardta; ....
+ lack-tnlred.. taper-fingered, effeminate- of the Tatton pew was, bjf turns, won; unwisely; so In' this last revulsion And.' Miss Matty : a complete cor*skis. X '
dost bites and
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, faced little Russian of her! Baden days. 'derlng how the deuce -be would get of feeling: she judAted him without the room., ." .
n.aa -through his first meeting'with! Jane equity. ''Having chosen Matty 'for his .
And for him sUe bad shed! tears:and :
and asking himself In what fit of utter! r tru. ALWAYSC..
of his whiteface and tapep-tinger., as wife be ought she averred, to hold by CHAPTER '
dstit' compared with those of Mr. :Mobun.of: Idiocy be had ever been led In to prom':]I Matty In all things, What did it avail Repentance at the and; I.OO. . .
SOo $
, l lee Matty. For the rest- !! I ,
' "Yatton she had been thinking when marriage. now to'' make' lament OTerbl.* past however commendable .
tit' r Jane Grand came In, Just now upon her the farmers as usnul,were comfortably inconstancy?

dreams.. And looking In Jnne' ngt nodding In their places tbe elder plowmen -; hewould, have been different If he had the majority of their {) U.' S. A. '. r
itea tated face the. thought did cross ber;;' in deep sleep with their heads married her id' his youth A man's concerns. \Vjien the i.<

and with something' of pity; that la burled over their arms; the younger strength should be In hlrnserf; not dependent ly laid some chance

i im' Tlellle fllle had loved Gtfford and might ones Itarlng'aloft., with the' sort of expresslon -! upon outward" circumstances ready to apply the '
NDEO BY
feel toward her us sue, 1Jdt,.. used! to on& might', Imagine in 'very of his. life It was well very the tardy vacillation of .
feel toward! tho grandlydressed ladlbsivho stiipf fletd fining gorillas at tbe knot of w1I. for Mr. Mohan that he was to 'aU,.,projected the mine '-:-

., smiled. upon Alexis In the liadengardens. .. inertly' dressed! girls .who formed the! fall for tbe rest of his day: into such bun might remember DRUG, STORE
Ltro village choir In the gallery; the schoolchildren hands as Matty Fergusson's! He would and fondness and. 1o '

":What a' fool he is to marry me'ln"'Stead alternating. between vertigo not laclt.counsel, he would not have toi Jane Grand now-might
, of her," thought Mist Fersusson. and< reBona"t blow from the prayer!! i complain of hesitation or over-sanctity regret at having lost '

'r "She hot' bis,, age, and of hU ways,' book of tbe ancient women who preI I I I,'with Matty\ for his wife / that tocall her his . '
lit sided'! over the .Chesterford 'Sundayyschool. I have beard'that' slaves. wBen. set
, and I-well, I am Matty Ferjrnsson, ? Insure the abiding
e and Mr. Mobun( must learn to like j I free; become cruel slaveholders; I know life., But -In a :
YMa; "Mitty Fergusson when he is married toLerr' All the Chesterford Rio Mary's congregation that gentlewomen, who have submitted pique and! vanity

'd Then al md IIn'),-for her, not nn- at.its ordinary (for ,I leave t?, and rather courted, the heel given hi*,word to;' ROTJTE.
}> nnmentlo tie few female orthodox; of :the for .when
!gently. "Miss Grand. you were very oppressor years, are; Fergusson-end'Miss
It kind to ask me here. Thank you for censors wko,'of course found hidden -the tardy hour of Insurrection comes, was not a '7o'l\Olr
'aIt. your. good wishes and"-and positively footprints ef tie Beast-Broad Church pitiless In their turf' -The recollection verylarge a prise a* ,, STEAMER HO8BADA., .*
-In one d Mr. Follett Il'InJ' deserted her wasted from '''Captain. Clay: Johnson, fit: s
Matty Fergusson ,was, at a ,lo.s-"I every I jof all tber. youth of Yatton- escape;
tipnces);.all.except! Jane.She! knew the" Lopes her recent her still 10..ICeD.' no.ea4a Fasatie.
hop! lOU "ICLJhIIJc: _Ihave.beenifngnatetuTfor ; throbbing 'The tender >d return. leaves
IIU IIa' your kindness." T1 ar'* meaning welL 'She knew every,! love for him,.swelled at Miss Grand's little lawn took- place' .*'Friday evening.. .

""How nngrattfnl-blld-. -- faintest shade of t'-et gray atmosphere! heart and steeled It against this man Monday'a post brought obe. and Fort Myere on:-UM Z-UUa..'

'")fJ"",. Grabd: I Dm going "t, marry throngb which today te bId them lool 1 who-now.that-h.had positively_given Fergusson mere._ She 'Rates ,...011&111.. ''.

111.. Mr. Mohun." at the picture of life. Che knew every ,her vp-would, If he could, have talked man who had been* Florida.. . . .
Jane'bad.known t. that very wen all note nrductout that ,minor ,key. In covert sentiment to bet still! 'And so to win her .Matty''love. apply to' _

t.J the, 'afternoon;, yet wben the ,nw which he spoke! of the Inruffldency and; "her voice was steady, her*eyes were worthy of her. She LY JOHNSON 8R* Proprietor.' ,

came put into word and spoken b, hollowne of human affection and de% I tearless, every nerve In her face was wordly possessions of ) On board "Ullla Klailmmee, Vltv,
I- ler successor's palpable voice not by sire: She co-nil 1D'c1I1lId:: here;: unmoved> .*'.be pronounced the following thought 'of him b\it..a W J .

:her own' fears! -tbe blow' was"'Lardl where the vicar' words waxed faint;;; de profundls over the passion Warren'-'friend, of: her : -,
4. She w.lked.I'ltbout a word to the flee her' heart i,carried them out with.exceeding : : that had been the very food of her 'life future-' husband and .... ,

" and stood opposite it for some seconds; strengtnbow'- great shall bej during tbe last half-score of years] press hla band In hers, /IM r'
P\.o\ "'thpn she turned aronnA-abrnptlyr--- the rapture of: looking on a picture noeartly L! "fihepast: Is dead and gone,,Gifford him the fervent ,
I, "Ton love Glfford,Mohun T" ; >> ml.te can obscllrellbd llltenlnll!' 'I.et re-mate se.r We csn-never-bring mother's heart.N. .. "

t "I have,, accepted him. : Oh, Miss: to a Voice In whose tones there ,shall! it back:, and If we could I don't think B. from Miss Fan / Problem i .
, Grand, of course I love} him. be'no more dissonance throughout all I i;we should do wisely to alter all that Is think it would be a

'. "' The girl's eyes faltered .down under &tn It". .._ . E ,I gone before. You would tot have been to get home a. '10011 : {
the falsehood.: - The lingering'! '' remembrance of that happy 1C: yon bad been married to me. cause Cousin Hartley I I. ; ) a.t of;Mssasslna. '

., "Be a good wife to him, Matty. IT. sermon strengthened her' wonderfully f! Your sense of the stain of my birth, he would manage'with'e.cb"i'

.. .needs good companionship, and-I'''do throughout the Interview which took!!, and of ,what.the:world think ot.such settlements', etc. You as" ."a,.Lunatic.. , ; ,
. hope yes: and X; do ask: God to bless place In the fours of the afternoon, a stain, 'would have--welghed heavier trive to make him e ; i
yon, and to make :yon happy! between Gifford and ben Jf.' Ml. Fer- than all the poor Jo..e'and faithfulness journey and once,here, Howard.
. And'Ihe stepped across and positively gnsson had the grace to leave the that I should have brought to you. If undertake the rest"In ,. .i
kissed Matty's "cheek-Immensely'"to when! she .Beard his ring :at the belt! you.had loved me very.fervently-yon accordance with: ,, '...,..' =- .... -'
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that :young woman'-. surprls.--and and 10, alone and face to t.ce.be two know, you would have taken me a* I diplomacy Miss Matty ". : ; ; ,. ,.. -,. 7, '
old lovers first met under the aspect ..was-.. I would have taken whatever ; ; ''lunb/t '
neither shed af tear nor showed anymore new you girlish! longings: to be- _:-Jsw-tJn1 / :
of :than her lo: which" from thl*;time 'hencfrj ill fortune bad chanced to 'come mamma's roof at ones' &' *
sign agitation by : : ( o.aa isd r 9OM&L &# ** "
white and trembling lips, during the remainder forth'.they.: would have to'' regard each I upon you.. But :you did not; and lackIng she had already troubled ail "stored: JMMMrt. .* 1UDe.. '
of that evening that. they other. ' j such love, you "would have bad no great deal more than she effect .would be gained. 'There* '
pent in each other company. Gif ord '-wa"' excessivelyagitated:: "! strength to support you under the disgrace done; but hoped' some mock heroic' about the'inaaa, or

When night carne and she was alone.' much'more so than Miss Grand and; of having me for; your wife. Ihave In' her power,to. aek her > .asylum U .not-a: b.ll.or .fame.
Jane took her'Wedding-ring from her for 'some moment after be took her] loved you, I think:, a* touch as any .visit her In/her own : subjects of sonnets tar even,

neck and then, with a dreary sense outstretched. band in bl..bo ,wa Uteri ''human being can love another! Yes.,! looking np under her ; : tell us that Insanity Is determined,
of newness, and of something I clean ally, and without affectation too don't"anina'saying: It now that all isvervbetween Clfford)) how much she general .principles.. They hold that

,- gone out from bee life, she held it between moved to speak, ns forever. During those to see mamma and Fann S surrounding each ease each moat,
ber hand and fell to wondering "I was1' a brute 'JaneP he stammer! even years after yon left me I just da/and did-Mis* ', .:. *q'

whether shewonld, ever wear it on her out at last: "J lost myself altogether] pent my life In one long .miserable would be any harm in of the:national capital afflrai; s.t
breast.aealn or not? and spoke to you like a coned brute, as! thought of you, Glfford-of you and of' sorting' her back to sons to be of uD8OUDdmlD4who:
Tbe ring had so become part other I was, yesterday! Canyon ever forgive! the cause that had broken offour; mar'rlage. '''Of course Miss Grand reform by perpetrating-

life and of herself that It seemed to her me for what I have said, or-or,forget : :You say I have been sanctified would be no barm In the ; .

as though no Matty Fer'russon, Gifford It!" . + and cold since you came back to/Tat- course Matty' lover bad : of our.national government .would
Mohun had a right to part ber ton.' 'Do you know.that everydsy till desire of. renewing his and other'high officer who'are\
even "G1ffori> &:,I felt then us If I would like: ;;
1 from-It now. It was a memorial of her' to die.. ,I felt moro cruelly woundedthen the last week I looked for your' coming with I..'future wife's of 11 such horrible crime .'"
lust af I did when I was ,'l1rn""tbat" truth waS that having ot execa-* <'*r f
sot
own youth and of'her own darkened t ever did before even 'In all mvj a* the removal of.on*
I would have given -1Ip my life still-to' ly far, Mohun ,felt be, must a '.
hopes, of her own pure and faithful bitter experience But now-Gifford, C another ,group, hi authority,
love far more that It was a memorial not only forglve'you; from;my.. bellJut' t, have been of.the least,use or happinessto hasten on than retard the:permanent 'welfare. o.maDi';;
yon? Well you don't; know all this, fate Into which he had '
ot the man who bad promised to take I feel it was well tint you spoke ; could be brought about by euch'j I j
his ; but. I will tell it yon 'now. I tell It also that.U Irked him would'' Imply.lt?/..
fatty; Fergnsson, for wife; and to me of my birthas, you did. Well sake, what
yon and I,alox Bay-well for me-that' bony of' the day to ha'\' ,"crime" of being
after much of the; One clllulltrwblcb nnd. in.the end;' kindest to me. Jor'the high
on every occasion"so perplexed poor "Kindest to.yon'Jane!r-and as her-! the put Is unchangeable: and that lam eye upon him during hi : ....Inatlon of William McKinley for'

Jane's ''moral sense, and not ,a few hand drew back aid her steady, ryes'' free again', Glfford. hope yonvlll JIatty Fergusson. For .: ruler 'of a tree people and of having u
tears, she decided at last that she might rested on his,. Gifford felt with, n! be happy: with Matty Fcrgtisson, ply longed for the hour, -these and other equallJ' erasy
and.,I Nope while >ou live you,.w111coupVme voluble tone, should of their perpetrator to;;
keep! It and occasionally look' at It. spasm of Jealous. pain that she haiVaN. 1 Incapacity !
quite guiltlessly, till she died. ".. ._ ready ceased to worshli) ) ,him. "Best as your,.friend. her ear,. and the little\ '
rte "And weer it till their wedding day," for you that I should Insult you: after! was tbelongest' speech. Jrflfls have gone back to Its effectlvs-way to prevent the Wuing .,
Frand', Up ever put ,together-the and she herself should anarchist, who favor ...*.*1! ,
laid
was her last thought as sbe. it In all ur'lonrr: year of friendship? ThatIs :
beside J longest, and certainly tbe cruelest ,Glf- breathe and think Wyet Its usual resting.place the) little tbe cruelest l reproach that yeP coulci 1 :;
Bible on her dressing table. ''"Wear It have devised for; my punishmentBut !"/ \ ford, Mohnn: got,.quite white as he llsiclicd. 'emotions which during. on this one subject or on,many loCk \ '.

'till their wedding day, then lay It aside I no tone of fits could soften/Miss . to her.'. Could'l7h be, Jane!-his (days: ,bad never ceased ., '- ... '
.J'-: ae.'-WO'through good and evil re heart.. he.ltate .1
:But in why
? deep to kill; Then
with all other thing belonging/ << to ray O"and Into agitation now. nu'boort..; .liberty
youth, and only look at it at times' I that bad been as wax to,every,nnrera> port through.Inconstancy, through desertion est jest In'slmplp. ; equally; dangerous?' ,'Ordinary >nn--'

whnn life, la very hard to bear,,;'and It sonable wish, or' word/.i;/book flf Glfij! 'bad.ever been 10.tttter1! and- ,ImBelgravln,, when Is : . been held.in. (be_ closest. .eonfna ,
without his slave?
;; will do me good to bring back the yearswhen' ford Mohun's. was' abut' lose and ('oldJ, a struggle approximating truth ; :: <*v
I. too, bad love .and hope, and against this really natural and neither "You lore some one else.' ;June;or ypn tees as maTrlnge or I .:
i ,.would'.never cast m9ofLliketltIL''' I If tbe moat cynical
something in life'worth living for, like ungenerous nor unfeigned remorse of
ether women!" " .. know :yon too well to think :you would bad witnessed the '.
Matty Fergnsson' lover. 4
... when be 16'bltt r'with me-even After ail my place between Miss ,
ti And yet, Jane Grand's hot eyes j"That blow-front yon was 'a hard net .
'' brutal'conduct, to you yesterday.I era, he would. 1- think, I. .
at length found sleep' that nlg t, neither Glfford.but ltiprepared me.' I'bette' ; .
first with still I used to-ber' "
was you as little of Ibe different !> '
,
Matty Fergusson nor Gifford Molrun ,bore wharwss to .comatome. afterward j '
Intensely mean nnd selfl h pilnds flo> these 'tores' perjonh '\
nor any other remembrance of her Jealtasyor when'I once felt tbat you did not l
of her new, loss, shadowed her .:.-notnRt In all your life you bad nevee occasionally show' keenest'insight: ; In each other.'wlth so
their judgment noble natures. of- '
from'
dream upon good wishes ; )
really loved Jler'"A _
.J ; TEE: Glfford -BDoke:,cut,,:his.singularly. Jtaod-presslng and kla '
She pt.. :wlth. .a, child' .wornoutK' / harsh Jvdgmenti Jane for a fee;
coarseview of the case a suspicion of shedding from Matty so ?
sleep till morning and then .when
\< ? the words; of.hasty passion! y" .
'distant bell of the Chesterford'church, ""But'Btm. harsh or not, the judgment her .own capability of change had overacted high spirits

([aroused bar she knew that shexhad that' will Vaiwaysr be+mlne." and-Jane never crossed Jane'. thoughts. But as .hun was that departure % Printing g a
belpoke'ra -of dawned ""
light: upon (To be
k s been walking In the gelds .. she had turned from blJft-almost-eold1T", "1\1-: her mind; and (bitterly confirming Mo ., ;.: .
'.need: to walk when sbe.ws*'a littlechild eye are cpened It last and If, I' could, tt' WTbtfB Mi.
hun In his blush I
suspicion),a ; grail
% !!. with' Mr'has' 'ollett', also that in her I would ,not go back to my''' former deep a* 'she bajd ever blushed In r'1y her'' ', W. F. George. of Gunn :
sleep she seen again ithe study bllndnesa; Glfford. You will be happier him Hoiden 'Saturday.! 1C ,
for 'rose Into''
young days her, Kinds.
;Window of the little vlcirags shining far with' Matty. Fergusson than you cheeks1 and brow, and neck.: !She! knew, George has tbe.'largest: f
bright and ,peaceful, In, the'.red March, would ever ;have been with 'me." ,. that 'another voice' than Glfford' had on earth, tbey "' .
unset., ,:"You speak,bitterly"Jane., ,but 'yon pannda! Toe mates were r,
..... haunted her forhontbs past: she knew ,I
.. I don't mean what, you say, no,, by:: -.I by what, standard .be bad 'mentally : George'.; farm and he :
.." '. CnAl'TEB" XVIIL, -. : .10U'caD't. yon don't mean IU!, If I had measured Gifford In hi* frequent shortcomings them-here during the' :bU : se.'fou

Rr rh tlcar'p.ermon. that Sunday bore married 70u..wbeD..Il'w..aJI&. .' a. I ;>she- knew what feellrg bad I, ((110.- )-Progres. 1' : : r
"' .marked'; internal evidence ,of having ought to have done t: should be a different -
,
made her linger shyly In the sunset by ___.a. P11. ,
'bee..: freshly 'written. Jane Grand man tl)' wbat'I.amnod::. Yo" the vicarage gate' The ..t. at Stone, Staff !: i -1' fr,
knew at all about good know"thata; well as I dwf andyon ...
nothing writing '
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'
"You! are.very, wrong to. speak 80, lOLfl; of rare duplicate
or..good. preaching .,and..was indeed k"ow: too.tbat.l&d, love you better ''llfford",but she said this with, falter frothe Walton Orange .,...,
judging of the Intrinsic than rTe ever loved one *ls.-:-bet-
quite Incapable of : i , any ,Tug 'Up l.f1aDeldAo' It, eye*. '"You sultsd In:scene enormous !
of piece of 'Intellectus ter, than J, ever ball love .DJ'.oma '
merit any; now that what wiUkh/rldvyou} / will also realuied. Ma .the case of :
,;'work whatsoever; but ahe."knew>that on'earttr.. ''If/rm" hadat been *o col/ HIhold r'any'.. ,honorabl"JDan'"tromJslUDlf'.to the.'egures were 273

this sermon -was not.taken'from:'that, l and sanctified, yon would have warmer, ,, make m .-bls wife. Yon and other. realised as :
., heap wbco} furnished the ordinary crijf, to'.me. tnd have let_ ,me love yon: agslr ''nCl' "

., that.your_UPfarho;; *ones' guinea and-200, guinea, < 1. CStor e ? n ,,ar
I for, I .."riI" .. .Z ,(;1'' ..1<.:., t "' .. ,1.p*j v. s.- *I' ',M .t-, J ,
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a sbe 'W t' "" 't 10,,,., 1'1 ,'>. ..;.,.r. .'JIbi'? ); yet r' as I Y., I .j (!<& rt: -1$\ ....>
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&::: ---"';'- r. lf Na'tM Lhe : es, :
_ ""at._JaI &VBAS Pi.IDia'Y. X
; :I'Fte.otssuelt'csesmsr; worthfn.tntlo.niBC / ,
',Office. ;in Valley j 4a>+itt.htlirl' ] tg: to be ;"._tled In the i't With Cheap

:JCMUOID..csoltlosA cot n.,...LA.'YII .< coming election J the etupendou.a.nd k.
; ( 1 might.*},wild-cat) schemeof
"\ ,., 3l31IL. B4N.etvfilsfl,) .Prop'r. drainage of the Florida Everglades : .

&- ...., .... or any other alluvial frog v.
'
; :
..J .. ..rt fl pond the Board .Drainage Commissioners : .
I'r declare. drainage . ; ,
may

'._.anbrse I, _I, bo, re5atw.d .atD. ..: district. ,Such pond maX. be ,i ir /::. t" PAINTS.: -- : -
!
Columbia other '
'" .1 county or any U'L'L -
f I 'l .. ,
: ,: '
M eat 1.De1 M TCia.b.eu FIs,*s county in1 Florida an I believe , : ,:--"'+ .
'" \ every county in the state has ,.-, '-.. ''v- "' ,', . .., :" ,1'.,.. .

I .a.c,.,Jl.ATDlI_. ,. ..,...'....n, these muck ponds: more or less. , .. 'a"I",, ._..:;t. ;.! '.;.. .'. ', .J .'1' :''.j t' ,'
.
= . .. .. soM .
... .. -- .
&: '" .j. Twenty years ago I came to
....."Ji..r....;.,(,. to : .
Florida and settled at Klsslmmeesituated BUT PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITHPatton's '
1; >4 'Friday, October 20. 1906.AB. \ at the north end of the .
.. .
r Everglades district to be drained. .- .

r I resided there ten years, and will
BftL:RtSCDtD BY give here some observations ,of results '

i STEAMER HEATHERPOOLIwtfed lands'of ditched muck and l land drained farming by from the :' rro.of' : r.aint r

Disston Land Co-, and others.In Sun t {

.
-
1886 Mr. Disston and associates .
l.at!. Norfolk, Va, Yesterday. P had two dredges and a'scoreof

; yjV"tU1 four Other Survivofs. laborers digging canals and J'
f lateral ditches through this mUCK ..I.'_ -"
'Tbe following dispatch from Nor land in order to drain it for establishing Because it is theoretically and, practically prepared. .'
w folk, v., published' la yesterday"* the model sugar plantation! : ; ,

Jacksonville Metropolis<< was read to be known as St Cloud, and. to i J.;. ;;." ; ,, ,, ::1t. is the only paint oh the :market..that 'will ;stand this ., .f ("'
", '
:with,* great deal of interest and satisfaction induce purchasers or settlers to locate "C ':4""i": ):, ..
by,our citizens, who bad al-) and conduct sugar and vegetable ,?IF,'! ;;i-i!' ;.. climate.. ; . ''. ' f,'I l' ti .
;most lost hope of ever bearing from farms, and of course the land '//i" ':' : ., & '. "Iif \

Ab. Bell .,alli.;, HU aged parents, being supposedly very rich, big. : !. ... <. ; Because one gallon. .of Sun Proof Paint will cover more ,, 'i..1r., .
', .. ,"y
'Wl oh.ve been called upon 'to bear o prices were asked or.it. Jl.
much sorrow and bereavement..latel, A sugar mill said to have cost ',h ," surface, ,than one gallon., of any other paint oil the :-.:'-;.:'<' '
at the good new*:, ort! > :, ; :-
jrjLpv rjoyed $1.000,000 was built on St. Cloud .
'- market. r '
'. C '
.?JJcrfolk, ya., October 25.BrltUh tram roads were built tlg)1-fhls!: : \ ) , _" :',_' : ; :,4'a. q1.
steamer Heatberpool. from New Or big plaaiaiterrt5 Hhe cane and ._ --', . Because it is guaranteed to last longer .than any other paint -.,

'1eall.-t,Rotterc1 n, landed here toda y seemingly, everything that money ....... ......... '
,. _._ ... ...
.11..hor'rom No 4,, be- -
fire barge ; Could ,
buy or experts suggest was
I .......
longing to the! Florida' East Coast t done to make plantation a.suc- .. _BY,_.

Railway Company, ,who with one.hun cess. Capt. R: E. Rose (our .
'
"Tared others, were!thrown Into the sea, present state chemist.) and'expert \

during tbe recent hurricane -off the on sua-ar./was manager of the plan- '
Florida coaiu They"are: Frank Rev- tation, and Col.'Kramer chief
y ely.'flremaD..of Mariana;. Fla.'Ous' engineer' of, drainage. Well we '
_
'" Johnson of Brookly N. Y.? Ben know they raised sugar cane-they STANFORD: CARSON 1GRA VESHARDW'ARE'COMPANY

r Clarke of Sotnervllle, Mass., -Abner
,
even sent to foreign lands for various

Bell of, Klsitmmee' Fla., and. ,30boCampbeJl. ..varieties of seed and made t

of Philadelphia.. { tests in'order to make it a success. .

,Abuse is. "Not Argument This of'company acres of owned this muck many thousands land- -

Editor Valley Gazette:' and wished tosell it at fancy prices, 1
The drainage question'la similar tothe so you see how-important it was to
_ temperance movement, excessive be able to point to St. Cloud as to
,
4 ;extravagance baa been need on both 1
sides and our has been as< what could be done. Quite a number -
', .ailed wl.b.! fierceness governor and ferocity of men did buy muck land and uponthemselves and, the generations cess, proving.. failure .would'In. SpnnmnnmmimmmmnimnwmmimnmmTmmmI '! ' :
'+ which {qvlte. .,agreeable. the,.oppotesta undertook sugarand'' vegetable that'follow;: -'r -....-:-- duce men to- ...-8Jlalnst.--thi.{ .
of \the demoeratle. party who farming, but with disastrous drainage ...amendment andadviseevery '
heartily rejoice at thing like In our any,rIt..- Governor .. ..5t..cloud.wasundeneveral ,, on the face of it, it does one else to do so.I NeW'joOds.New'6oodsl'FALL( :
Brow'aed bat been chosen by a ma managers during these tenuygars, not look well in a man spending I will add as the governor
,highest the people of this State to the and each succeeding year. the cane valuable time and his" own. charges those 'who' oppose, his
office within! their gift, this acreage, grew 'smaller.' Evidently moneytravelini' scheme in the papers as beingpaid C= LINE READY FOR INSPECTION. '

t ,ought deplorable to win fact respect that newspapers for htm. It la par.Usaos a the? cost of production was, much: lone speeches over'trying the to state induce making' the by the corporation, does not fit E "', ''YOU ,ARE INVITED_ .TO CALL. =3|: -.

and citizens generally eo> often greater than the proceeds from the people to 'support scheme wherehe this case, and.!believe there, are :

peak Inl terms of disrespect ooooeroIng sale of sugar as this entire ,work is supposed not to be benefittedone ma.nyothers.. .Yours'truly. i J5 Our Fall Line of".D'RY, GOODS SHOES, NOTIONSH :!
: UfcM. whom'they t..e< chosen to has long .since been abandoned H. F, URIE. ;5: and FURNISHINGS
cent, and whereuntold millions is;now complete. 2S V
baa
rule over them; When a person. =
tc a,been tithe of the great mill:was sold, dismantledand must be in Lake City' Fla., Oct. 22. 1906., We have a, 1
chosen It duty \thepeople spent an operation whichat = very strong line of-SHOES in the Shoe = a
_ + ':to recognize him a* representing* moved out of the country, and best can be of very doubtful r _ ." C= Department having just, .added the'' Famous Walk-Over'.i iCr
,, Uiorlty. ,and therefore as worth of re cattle now,roam it > ,
over virtually benefit to,the state 'other own- : Shoe to our line.' .
..peeI' is unseemly: in a> < 7 ,like ,our that,,official .are ers of this muck land. E 3
': bald up for ridicule, It show aiacic oi Now. these lands were supposed d These lands being in litigationas Iti Agebey, 1 For: .I }
respect for the .dlltDltr': 01 the office. to be drained. = == i
: thoroughly ..Theyall
+, When disrespect U shown to persons to ownersnip is another reason FBULEI = Dorothy Dodd "......for LdU. C. '
had I W
_ representing authority we easily learn a canal outlet and ditches this scheme should be' defeated, MWmDW'Ircr.: ; e::: HtoOnn tibon. for Mina DANN .3 '
and cross-ditches to = Vralk-Onr HhoM '
carry'off the
to have little respect for law and, authority but knowing what I do, if'tne M.r brand 8boM: ,
Everybody
water. Other 1 1 a..5 '-..-.-.. ....-..
argumentative'speeches and men will mention* state owned every foot of the Everglades a"" ,.....'f'' '_.._-,,_; I t
articles)for and against the proposeds.dmeetoannot who trled.thls muck land for cane 1 would this drainage .-..... --..,. -. -' 1U1U1111U1f1U1U1111U1U1fU11111U1111U1U1U1U1UjU1ULUjUr
.
ja. be' objectionable, oppose _--_."..._ -.. ....... .. _
and -
vegetable i'rowj"naand u-
who "
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,
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for this) question! Is ''the, property .of amendment T@n years' of ---rr....N, r1 ,
b"be people and as such it; constitutes lost thousands of dollars'in, the effort personal observation y of drainage .sues.,..._"0..._....La___.. ..... -
1e p j 'a debatable question and should be ; are 'A. S. Kinsman Whitmore by men of wealth where ,each
presented to our people In Its true Bros., Smith Bros., Lupfer Bros.; (
For Sale
'".: light but our debaters. and newspaper : had 'a personal incentive for suc By Osceola Pharmacy ; .
sago or
Capt. Smith-Dorian and others all ._ __ :
i 'writers and publishers should argue/ I- _-. =-- -- -- .. _..J 1
t :this Question with God riven sense of them-men of more than ordinary t .
G sand. not.descend to the depth of Infamy means and intelligence when 'they "
r la. search language with which began, but With much: less means {a ai :
_ F to clothe their assertions. The art I- and S'UPPLIE"S'
:jcle in tbe constitution forbidding the more.' knowledge when, they Sr. '\
'"abridging. of freedom of speech, or' of quit. Some tried it_.for_ _three: or S
the press Is misconstrued ,when the I four years:(others from six to eight .
liberty. taken with private' right or I years, but all came to the sad end i-; . "

w.' ;Curb aooune the public pursued peace which or tend would to dis.ub>*, of the great $t. Cloud! model plantation I 1 .

vent the KOvernnMUti; and It appears -a complete'' failure. Rice .' S A Full Line of School Supplies, i"
to the writer that thee. miscellaneous culture was tried on these lands-a ; < Tablets *
hnrjlna of Invectives at resent the executive authority of this will f
State Is a direct Infringement/ on this and several hundred acres' plantedby' "7' be found at the ; t
constitutional prerogaUve. Govern* a rice'ejpert. Well, between *.. 1
or Browtrd's faults may be many and the maiden cane (which grew ""as S : .. : .
his drainage, problem'difficult of solution well as rl under the water), 'and i :Osceola l

not ,argument but vtuneratlon| and should and be, abuse discount IsM the thousands of rice birds that ate Pharmacy., .] :

tenanoed by ererytrue lover of ourIrOyerDme. the matured crop which the maiden L .
.." Let us strive to build up cane failed to kill' two crops ended VVV
and not tear down elevate and sot this branch 'of: muck farming, it - -- uVv,. / VVVV a
c 'lower and not, our conduct standard ourselves of (In democracy a ).manner -, proving another mamoth failure: RYE -., 5 ", '-. ( ....

calculated to cause our" enemies to The:rice mill was also dismantledand tOo
point lobs finger of. scorn and. deride moved. away.. *' I '-t' HAVING purchased the entire outputofthbCrpe tai
Ai. our.attempts to..establish a just' and This Distilling Co., we are now in position NEW GROCERY
muck land is
the
rev ;equitable form of government... Tbe mist to offer this Celebrated brand of whiskey along STORE'A
writer desires no eouoter argument on treach rusimltation of.soil '''I I ever as It lasts at the following1 greatly reduced figures; ,' \
>:f1 ,this qnestlon'nor' is U his 'desire to saw. It's sponge-like" nature ,will 'G.'F: ....... We have just opened up ak Bandy & Bandy's ,
.,.,. 4 Full Quarts $3'.20'" ., ,
originate a', '
i newspaper controversy take up water until itwill ,,almost .. .. old stand, wl.th a full stock of fresh ,
which would rather increase than. de- 1 i t'PANCr
mire 8' Full Quarts 6.25
and ''
nlnlsb the present apparent animosity a'crane will drown the ,AND 'FAMILY' ;
; GROCERIES '
r ,existing; the white flag U his symbol crops, even though it is ditched. Ii! I 12, Full :Quarts, $9.00 .. hand respectfully solicit ,
and In his feeble war Is only calling Or. in?case of drouth, it will dry out EXPRESS PREPAID patronage.' Free a share, of the public, ft
delivery to
all ,
for a truce between the contesting parts of *
par- like chips or and -to ;
r worse, ruin the the. city.t. .- '
tles. ly approaching enemies.'are; In crops that way; and if a lighted {ts thoroughly aired;; mellow, delicious and smooth as velvet.' This Is ,a 'g"'CIQLLIER I "
}. ,thefeldbound.n, and for .the. .alr. ;or :your match Is dropped on it it will burn' : rat*opportunity to.supply yourself with a fine high-grade{ whiskey. . :A- ,COLLIER *&* I
nominees deaf
'1 I duty to support tbe to the sand'or moisture Un- .
'1" of the.prhnarj go to the poleswith derneath. J have seen acres of it A. SA .-..,!1.LS't.CO S4' MAR.SJtTTA 1ITJUCJr.'S"
this question rankling _tD"'' your & ATLANTA.CJt_ RC.A, .
burningseveral times. 'ft ..
" "bosom., : >:- ,O. JfC.- .. K.ND ro_ OUR L'A.T&8 e2M'ALOGVZ ,
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r, ,I'r> ,;:;:>, '....1...I CsIMr I Ml 'I fl.. I. Had: ..drainage, in the above 'cases t.' l J' Y,

44 rw as.a,min bf nerve, but sickness left proved a success the Everglades .,- .tII .
,1//".' ;lie mare;:and he became aged before today would be a network of drainage .>AueoAtJl4.Ua./It......euacatliiAr aitrsu6ukaec+fV: ......... Go A. GAItSON JOHN: .-
i .!{ tils time.. Sickness! U often caused by operations and no1' such: issue .r, ,'KISSI'MEI f P...... t;, .T',' ,, M.'tuR. N. R. CARBON
,torpid liver.' Hej',?ins will regulate would be before the people., .. 'NORTH ; !!:. .- PHONE; NO.a; t'lePf..ld.st ; c. ..... ''
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',our liver and give you health. Mrs. I .
1.1 Carrie Austin Uollen, Kansas, writes I Now Jet me say rfahther I 109 State: :l k of' Kissimmee l
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>**l consider Uerbine the best meatelne voted for Gov;' 'Broward I In 'bothprlmari. i- ... '' ;
< i.T ever beard of. tam. never -'without ....but not on account of hia C W.QIUFFIN Kissimmee, Fla.,, r
!c.*' Sold by : :
,,'}t.:. . 8oberaon's'Pparmwy drainage scheme as that to' my J ::-:----
',. t' /* i.'f mind is but'\' PAID u. .
The fair comiqlisioDers\l \cantle i suir- anything a wise: or CA..TAL\.J'f..I\ ,",,." s 80 00 00 1 0
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practical iIAaiLTT..a../
operation.
Besides
gestion of one oi their members uoanl- it .SO 000 00 t
;'. .'aeou"1.) 4..lp&WCJ.be day of. the offers too great a. chance for graft Fancy Family Groceries s sFr.e '. 'norSITOssscURiTr.L..r.r6, 550000 00 -
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.,-, J *lt.Thanksgiving/ Brown Day, in. this day and Ume'when graft : ; '
r.' Is honor of President; T J. J ,." Brown, : seems to be holding ; .'pr .pi asd'pisrtrl'. Anh'.= liter' to'ar:
1''' remarkable work sway throughout trtt q ... .attera ... sir
afro bas done \ In to rood .t .
t .Bxobaisg.s .. aq. pofats
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;" -.uratiogand pBomotlwr the fairs countryAs Lsee, it, no\ .. ,
:'..hay. been 'beld.'io 1Tampa.An county,;Jri.tJw state Is exempt, and belvery{ )::'verybayst: : =: ,r, 'YOUR'BQSilrESS sot.jCITBD j< J 1"t
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.,i,.' .' .:: ., Among I,SouUtport. friends.. .,'. '5 I.1 : C? 6ARSONPreefdeat.: .: .. :W.;'C. BRYAN..,B.or.tary, : ;'; ,l','"

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;;r.. ,After a i long time our,,echoo' !"wiil, be- -
rlo this week wtb.Nl.( Msjroe Howman' Waters & Carson Grocery eo.

&. teacher. .: ..

t -,1]lei;a. Alderman went down to Basin, : ......... cad Rabid he re.... -. :.
last week U. > seen, ber..father who ,
s for out ot doors: and burl Ms thigh :
1- .,Wr.' OrlRKerM accompanied by tier GW,6'Q'.EIEI:$
F .daughter Miss Daisy w ntto Klsilm- ,

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Mr .E.'J. and U E.< Drown returnedhome '
Sunday last; they'bate been f J COUNTY .81Iri.r: :. !
Asa .- and ,Mr. w. !
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v pok4n*-oranges/ RrapefrvtU "
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,. H. E.i, Drown will go to Klsslram to WE AIM"notmereJy.to A 'CHAT} S' '
fret. boxes: and then go to C.mpbeWtopack JJ. : : ';, ( celebrated Fertilizers! ..

their orange and grapefruit. satisfy but G IIA 1.11'.E. T ,
C.Ooxa.xxtr3T
Cane grinding time wlll.'oo" commence .
: down here; The cane crop ,_ ClrcnUH> .1ut .ricei' $
f are. not ai good'-as they'-were ,lastyear. to delight you with thequAllty Parel.Y.d go Application.. _
". 75 sH.I' $
Mr. Wash and Claud Tlson, two of of out groceries; .
Pine Grove's promising young torn : '. 'TI ":' ''I

.. were. hem- last 8und""I.It.lnt!( IrlftDd.1 We.oan give you they ID E'S' F ,-rlR: ; S ,, 'Vy. .O 0" ..T
>f r. Drigfers| ,who la working .
ilmmee cam borne Saturday'and staid. BEST OF EVERYTHING '
r till ,-Sunday evening with his family.- : Pr: oo a.. 'Spo6lalt3r.i ... '
Mr. J. M.'Roberta !I. gofnitoiattheregg i.
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plant this week lathe Ilife of,High, Grade . t.
'WeJll.uppo.eJh."ewrlLtAloeoougb YNrNMM V % %44 "AM' 'rwr '''''MNAMA'. ... ....

P for this time.. r , '. > Darts.papoleosi -.' Tublo" -Luxuries', and Pro"- .'.. ,\ . --.. .. '-"c''_..: ., ..-;,,+
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'., Bdaaparte, i I < t M i I I I 4 M 4 V+++
vIslonM' ; %. : -
ot all :kinds at .
4 bowed at. the battle of Austertits. be !
t was the greatest.. :leadfer 'Jiv:the :world, are '
Ballard Snow LlnllPeDt.lha. 'shown' prices" 8ur'Q. to htfa Stables

,. _' -: ._..Jihe.puWI 1* the e.lI\Llolm8Dt.\ In the tl.;: .
.- -- world. 'A quick our. for Rheumatism, command attention.' "
,' Sprains Hurni- .Cuts, etc., A.., C.,
. Flu, nod ..., La. says. : "I D.enall.rd' ", FLOYD,.SMITH. '&' CO; lrol's! ? ;; 7
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Souw Liniment In m-hm. .HOGAH& : -;
, lly and 0ad.lt unexcelled for sure l.: .. .liaoewsoreto HAKTDf TBOI S.*. b -
Cheat headache, 'oorni,"- Jo foot fur
aoythlnir that. can be reached by a

;, ., .. Pharmacy liniment.", $; old. ", ;b," loberton'a CItY"t.' ':BARBERSHOPt. ;). !:Hew, Horses :New{ (: Boggles. ;, New 'Carriages_ g i r" '

.$1.re. set/.sa.ra/ s.. s.vwr WILL OUYTOK. ..rfc.r.. '' J

I ;'t> .I P. Grove .Items. J J *%.' -''4Jf NEWEVERYTHING.1% :; : .! || ;
me. ,
a : : .KlIQ. It I Now Open for Businessin . u .
.. *. Reported: "byP.,..O, P.
... ", . : atrl k'.014 Stand
.............. .....>....... NEW .When, yon vtontta. .Jlrst; :Class, TririHWt t,. call: ujMip. i: : ,i? ,
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.Mr-Jatnes Martin moved' Co our ..
'vlllaeeliBt week and baa 'our' .b\ldren ": : ." f; '
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to attend acbool.; .Thl. will p>*ke '.n I IE WItAZOIiS'NEW. ,: -..1--,. . .,' .. .PHONE.. .., 0 .. 61.. ._ .1,.. ... '._ **'. . ..,. _
'nrollnnpt o( 28."J. :r. > ,EVI3RYTIi1lT(33r, :, :;: 1'.H..Ullt..U' . .. .. .., . ....tH. ..+ .. r
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TLlUl Ebbed Bass'dauhter, ourry ; -'

',. 'enterprising 'farmer Jabs Bass,U -T.ry .Satisfactl . 'j. ; ,, ,: j.wpm .,:: :. > -
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.. r ,,;''klck' w. hope she will soon r oo .I'.-;:':4 .:: I4M..; ; .. ... ,..'. ; ,. ,. ,
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.' .'. ,;.-kMr..J. 0: Godboll latohln< ,,Mrir..Ituir .'" L......=t"i''-".' ''' '" ... ,::1.cftJ..1Z! : ,... /: "v.BUDDED.; TRIBE ,' .. !
+ .'. Bass this week., Sb*' hasher :>old -, ... ,.,? C"t:'" ., '; ;",., '
,5 Cross Prairie home to Mr.v; S." O.Parllo : .
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;Paul Shiver bat beeo.hUlol: r'J' RIES
( our.. school this week.Kal .-' . J'N otC, .. ISLESWORTH.faCHABE 'N IRS" -
.-' Bass.,bas been Vltlttoir' her. .
Ii, Cousin Ruby Bat at South Port : 'The folbwles 1s___.... Oh eke of Elastics J
1 -Mr., Walter- D.... 8r., ha ..been' arm li.... li. iiinl. l"< by.. the Bawd ., CastyCawnl..loaws : &_OO.PROPRJKTORS.! J;W.;;HOAUD,. AGENT... ;
la such M the Gamut
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,; ,'. acct: thta.' .week, which of school.neoeaaltatedj i Elastics to" behold_UM.tu.-'dv. of' ._- _bar We-will b..eeadloi next Fall and Winter planting' r': a general ". -

, .J.' w Berth Bornto a s ataylogout Mr. and Mrs'Granfordc. ", of- I I i I.A.PNai D. Irides.wits net N..L JI.r ....._ 0. W.'Ashto..'Ira assortment of Orange. and Grapefruit Tree of all leading,,rarl' .<. ,
1' . Weaa.rb.e.r. T. M.Muphjr.InqMelnra. J. .... .tie*. Our tree* are budded on Rood! healthy t'oulb.cLealoD and" .
Pine Island'twtns.Ed 1
t't-' . Waldo' ,, la "Wlltoon Jr.llvrk. ,. n..lr.' Hour Orange roots''guaranteed free from Lasses peaLe of any kind.' &'.
of -t'
-t. :: L Doaetran spent Pr cnct ""J.8h"'o-Jr." ",,
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fll' Saturday with .the, family of' J.. E.1 ww{.,,ohn.on and Q.,a. --.a..W. All budded front bearing typos.1o I oar rtpvea. and tborefore-tarn1? -
14 MoMlnr. Clark. name.' Our'facilities fO",1lrowID' (took, second to, ,
,r.;, \"! '' Von. he ."soon.Mr. says. be Intends going Co\ I, >iiri Pradnot and No.P.. .,.r....I..p.ebawt beI1.. ''R.E A.B'i.llirleklisd.......' C.: .a. ,none1 and our trees are' ay, fine as nursery money and twenty are '"years' ex'perUnce -' ....

I D. D.. Johnson baa 'guile toOalneavllle '. .. can produce.We are making a .pecl.lt.1-1.b1. season of't
; l Pr.claet Ne; ; t' to work.. eu.pb and. Martin Narren.laspwmn. : :w; the greatest money-maker' 'In Florida'' Qur- ::Valettola .bud1'"'came' '
Mr.; fend M. ..._Lee' aDd a merl'11 a-a... ...... -- .. .
? L direct from IhJ best bearing:trees in' the dUtrlot'' now famous for
N Crab G J.w.
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Q. 'party of young people spent Bass Sunday. : .............W.A<> EubMk: .iMpMtonu'I'dq.. .".rusow. -' prodnoloi the best V.lenoJ..lo California... a* ' '- ........

'.er. :k.r ofT.\.. afternoon. at. Mr.Waller, ;art 'I rrAdaa.C731wk,)Ifsy; ..Wh.w.r' 1t. M,:EIalnsn., z:B. Write toiPrki-111'i o-J.W.1-loAltn, ,Ootha. Fla brcat! & ceo. u ';NurJr' .,
Lest Me Tunblln u4 F. Godwin. Ip.peetaes K.A. Ban *.
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:: '' i - series at-Wftco) ( on florida Midland R: R 'J.
Sell. CWrfc. I ? : ; ?
can't J J-
.ti < .forget-Naby'le! restless sleep I ivuliMiL No. !"BUI.-' :B.UlMMnlfll.. A,' .
''I' at night. won't eat. Orion"" spasmodi.pally. .- Q..A rlcbt tad....A. Bocboeli.' lavwtorat.' .W. .
.. ,' A' bottle of Whlte'a Cream'Ver- Wallur. Clerk '. N.rrros. uribbs 1f. ; '-
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Precinct NoTa O, F.; .
,, I. : ralfuire\ never falls to- -cureEve: r. D.TlndU. V, U K._ ln.p.etaryi .r. W, .flul. : AlwaysI .' .the ,Full, Nan ,
.,f mother should give l be..b.b1 White sCream Clerk ' 'r . . s- .
!, '" ,Vermlfufter: -many tme.Jh' ; '1:. ... L1'J' LIn'. eh**.... ,, 'r. t' ;.. '" ,'- ''' ::5
when the b.by.III I pale' and fretful, the. . . ",". .P,', .a. OHJUTON.'. D.v" .: S
'J'' ,. :mother",doea not Know what to do. ,,A . Ax ahr Bromo Q1ibii .: :
." ,bottle of this -medloloe',would::, 'brlojt, Notice,_ For". .k as6', f:CountyConvicts. .f
'It, color to his oneeks and laughter, to "
his eyes. Give..It\, a. trial.. Bolds by : :ia'N
i g. H.ber Pharpacy.?,.:; .' ; foaled Mdi Will.be......d for ski-.*" of 'th 6.1IaCOl l no ieba %: ,.

scanty. eaavixa far the FeU'u..H_. a, ; ._ -_ - ''J. '\. . '_. ......". ...-.
: }*.*Bt 1.doe board ln i. .. L'. .Y'. 'Y. :
r..o.f the
I i fereject '
"M ,WANTED:; b, Chicago wholeiateS t. rlyht .. ''' "' ,.
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p and aU
bids the bidder
_od mail order bouse' assistantman.. ember inULbood any to the"ram<*at 1601I fur tile can and N: ,. 0.4,' . ._- ,.. ."... .,."...,;.'. .. .'
'J ager..(manor woman) for this. county .. *of UM eocrrVlU..... 'I. r, .ttyaa e eire'rn .' _- I .
920 iy. nkrottbtRwlntaln&me UoutL ;
and adjoining1 territory Salary :
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dl and expenses,paid'weekly, ;, esprnaemoDeymdvanoed : si' w. SgiNwlblci, .D't.O.\-':\ ] ': '
S j Work pleatanu;poll.f r . : Has Stool I :the' :Test ":25"11Year'sgrove "

i. lion permanent. Nola.e.t.mealoor.Ipel'1: .. ;,Notice. -. *", - ". ,.- -..,. ,. .1', .. -,. ,
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.. 1 'Inoe requiredSpare: time valuable, ''I."'_r.
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vim Wl'ltAlat.once'ol' f ullpartloal and en- .salad blob for u.i.t.ah-0m WIot''i: __, """ : '
an *.FrMiMt No. 'oloae -adressed envelop* '. dren. ..m. Oet. W. 1505-lb.sand pas rNat the right k. ,5.la' :,
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. ...a GENERAL!: MANAQBRr.KHBLke *.r JMi> mm*and all bWa.It .* .... .- -.. ,* l :
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StChicago; .. LAjaMarsmtee / _' ._ 2O.18wq .
17 R'JOBlSTONI De Q..
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Itching; \ "pcotrudlag i The old original 'Grove's Tasteless .
Piles., : Druggist-are: Authorised to i Chill TonicYou know what you are t '
''Ill"> ..u.refQnd mousy It PAZO OINTMENT. falls taking.. 'Its U Iron abd.o qulnibtt in ; A : fIN iio-Payi* ,5O' ,,ucenU. :
: ''to ,cure I In ft to 14 dava. .60o.. ; -- .: A.t lesa 1 form< ,"' 'Nn .cure, no paw 600. 'J fw"e. k .,.,
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Kis&.mmee: Valley: fcazettc, October_ 26 1906 _


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Boon To Orange Growers. th: .Judiciary' DaparanMBt. to b* numbered" Bee Notice f' Election. ::1
NOTICE OF ELECTION.- tion 40. 41. U. 4S ... 40. sad 41:of amid ArticleV ,
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and the ara .Ioo..n.s to and hall
buster" J. O. Bsskln acid JudgeT. be submitted to tics aleetora. of the stabs at the To the Sheriff of OoHom County,of .the Stat. of.Be t.i. t.

: J. Tltoomb, of Danaelloo, han general election. to be bold on the Bret Tuesday.after .
made discovery that la to make the lint Monday" November' A. D. 1901 for It known, that t H. Clay Crawf...... ,l"ecr .
sure Where**'the LaoVlatur*of ISO, under the Coa. ratification or rejection, to wtti tars of State oft Ute State of Florida, do hereby ..'
them a fortune sod lueldently confer a surest ""? 'lI85.fthe8ta.' of Florida did paw section 40. Then s all be established. .. la the Vivo notice" that a General Election will be held InOeceouv >. _
priceless" boo upotr-the state of Flora I Ave Joint Bunlutlona nropoaln: Amendment to oounty of EoamMa.. whenever the voters of said Coaaty State of Florida. on Tuesday
+ Ida, says the Ocala Star. The disfy the Connell ""t&be. State W Florida and the county shall se determine by a majority of the next aneoeadina the Ant Monday la Novemberof
Mm wore..**** to by a vote of thre..nftlul atI voles east c a the question at any general elec A. D. C the Mid Tuesday being. the. .
covert In a nreperatton when sprayed I all the meiiiliei elected to each BOOM: that the .tine a court of record and there shall b*a Judge No
form oo ten .erao*:* tree vote. on Mid Joint Resolutions were entered upon of aald court who shall b* appointed by the Oov- For Roprawntative. < covered with until scales or white five Uwlr respective Journal*, with ja *nd nara never and eonflrmed by the Senate wh shall hold of Florida la the Sixtieth Jonxree of the
thereon, and they did awnn that his afnoa for six years and who** salary shall be United! Stetea ..,..
vrlll clean the tree. and make It bright the:: **ld Joint KeeoluUone .m'CIna.: to-the two thouaand five"hundred dollars a year parable For Two tutleaaaf; the Supreme Court of oho. .'

and green as beforeIt was attackedby / elector of the State at the General Election la quarterly by the county of Eecambub, Th State' of Florida. > .' 't
the Tbiopreparationb when November. IK: *. criminal court of record now established la E>* For Two Railroad Commission. the State
enem by Now. therefor. t. H.: Clay eft...,...... Secretaryof gamble county ahalU upon the adoption of times of Florida. '
acted. upon the IUD, wind and air", State., the State of Florida. do .hereby give amendroanta,, became and bo the court of record For One Member of the Hone of _... t
curl a..d .fall or I blow off. The County in Florida on Tuesday nazi........... *' the court of roeorrt shall be omew*of such court Taxes ..
up first Monday In November .' D. -. the Said of record and discharge. the duties and receive' the For Tax Collector. .
scale departs In the same manner. Tuesday brine the Sixth day of sawenb.t.;, for the omclument of such until the expiration. of their. For County Tnaau.... ,'fr''
Most of the white Ales-are ktl.leJ, and ratification or rejection "" ReeoliiUona preeent term of office For County Surveyor.: '
a* the others settle back on the propoalnir Amendments te the Conatttatkm Section 41. The Bald wart and Judge shall hew For Five County Commuwloner .' .. .
of the State W Florida vice exclusive original"' jurisdiction. of all criminal For Three Member. of the County Board. of
trees they are killed by that portion aaaaa not capital which shall ariaa la Banambiaoounty. Public ...--. .
which adheres to the'' leaves.. U'.lIke ABTICLBXXVm. and shall have 'In Eecambia county COB. For Jostles 01 the Free* In and for the follow" ,
other preparations this loDe stays current with the Circuit Court and Circuit judge Inc Justice. DIMricta vial "
That the following amendment to Arttcl- of mid _ats'. the .......original. Jurisdiction. of ... 4. i. No. S. No.
jneUt and will kill the files for sis XVI FourC nail the Justice
of the Constitution, of the state 01 Florida be....t all other caw matter a* the circuit. court In lollpwln. Die
hours after UU sprayed on ibetnei, by It fa.hereby agreed to and shall be submitted' te and circuit. Judge of amid _.."' and the rime trieta. vial '
.which+ time every fly In or near the the elector*OIl the State at the General election power to issue write of mandamus Injunction. No. 1. No. t. No. *. N... 4. No. .. N... .. No. T. '.
quo warranto. mrtiorari. prohibition\ habeas. eor.pu la testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my ".
to be hold on the lint Tuesday after the tint aton
>} grove has! settled on the trees, and dar in November. D, >**, for ratification and all writ and',,neeemamry to the hand and affixed the great Seal of the State of
been exterminated.- The preparation .JeotiOD. or eomplete, axareia* :.t"C': a jurisdiction aa the eirouit Florida, at Tallakaaa. the Capital this the drat

Is absolutely harmless to the foliage Section". TIM Garmto UM Comptroller the court and circuit' judge of said county except day. September! A. D. 1 O. .
*
State' Traaaorar tha Attorney General and the the power and authority.._ aad empanelaxrandjaryt (I.. 8J H. CLAY CRAWFORD ,
or man, and Is certainly the must r*
OonmlaokiMr;off; 2 Brioultura of the State of Fin * Secretary of l-tat
tnarkable discovery, ol the alCe' for Ida. and successors In oBca. are hereby aoa. 6ecOca4X noahaU be ilx,'term. *"of>aaid ., To J. ... W A .UR.: SKarlff OMaola County,

the orange men.- -It Is cheap, easily atituted and designated aa a .board of drainage _rt"h'_. --
made and easily. and readily sprayed .oe nmlesins. .. and ara> hereby auUtoriaad andnpowered Section 43. There hall t.* for said court a pres- Notice of Application:: For Tax '
,
.. to eatabluh a system of canal, ecutlnr attorney who hall be appointed/ by the .
upon the trees. ;. Dr. Baskln wasj:. >;. drain, livii. dike and rarvolrof such 01_.. Governor and confirmed by the Senate: and who Deed.Under Section 8 ot: -
hlbitlocr branches jrom orange trees Aim and depth. aa la the Judrmaat.of-said boardof shad hold kin duos for four yeara.Huf compen- .
formerly literally covered with black drainage eommlaloa{ U downed advisable t* nation shall b* xed by Uw. Chapter 488s, Laws of.,4".
Section 44. AU offeiuM triable la aald
drain and reclaim the swamp and overflowed. lards court .
mat, ilo'iW. t* p.'elln off, within the State of Florida or such port or portion shall be prosecuted upon Information under oath Florida.

leaving the leaves as pretty and greenas thereof aa la Assumed boat br said.board of to be flied by the pr'osscuting' attorney, but the 4hV' J.*. eirattoit. '
Brand jury of the alrcult court for said ,
.. county purebleceeer btertit/AC.to
drainage oocnml -* from time totimaandtoprorid '
before attacked. Tjrees
they were of / N... 611 doled ins
may Indict for any often** triable In the court ofrcuit <
with" for the irrigation of the laada. ..- IIth-day of. .......-A D. 1W7. h.. Bed saidcertificate ;'
treated in.the open air ther-pre- elaimod. and'to-maIntaim-scab-eaa.l.d. .. Upon tha finding auch Ind.._' the P'
ci Sludge hll eonunit bail th aoeuMdor In my am..... and has mate 'pitll-- .
paration.Were restored In a few hoursto loTooaTdUaa and reservoirs In such wUl or .
saner trial la the court of record which trial shall ba ration for .tax deed to l..... |1-.i seem rdstre with .
their real beauty. Dr Baskln experimented be mot advantageous* to the territory oo drained, upon information. law. !IIoRt.rtlll..a", emtracee the I 'allowing '
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thaatateof Fturid Ita '
and
la his laboratory and eases tt..rof. Ichabitanta theoroSaetiaai Section 48. The "clerk of said court shad b* drarirlbrd p-onerty. situated la Oaoeola ovnulj, '

arrived at.the result; and lee Ie sure, .3.: That the board 'of drainage oom.mlaitonan elected by the elector of Eecambia gamy and Florida, ...-...111 - ..
are hereby authoriaod and empowered hall hold office for four year,and his eooipna> W-n..rM W of>wU <*_ 18 TpMA HKtr. 'jj
do have
all l who itworke
as seen to establish drainage districts and fix the boundaries lion shall.. be fixed br law. The aheiff of Eacam. The ..Iollauil being .*_wl t *t the d.te..r ,*
has made: his fortune' Itsluiuie will.- be thereof In the State of Florida. That the bin: county shall b* the executive offloer of said the luvaara ol. each certificate! .Iu the news of All

watched with a great deal of (Interest. ' board of drainage aoramlailonota bo and It la authorized court... and hi*duties and toes shall. be ,fixed, by Unknown.': war -..,
and empowered topwp.ro a Hot or lists 1' .Coin* Mild' eertMlrate. ball be redeemed .
of aU the alluvial swamp and __ed.taxa.i Section. The same rule of procedure, and cording to law tx deed l l ...11I1..u.l thereon
General Robert E. ...ea its laada within such drainage dUtriet or 01....I practice which obtain In the circuit court of the oo lb* tilth day of November A. l>. .
Was the General; the' world 'tints, ant. torr thereon.are acreage tax net axeedinir enemy shall obtain in the eourt of record, and an WltneM my official alau tnre end **ri! : l' lb*
.greatest tea cents per acre ar immune lobe flxadaaaaallr lawa relative to erimlnal court of refined except 8th dy of October, A. D. JIfU8. .7visietl
lias ever known., BILliard .Snow by amid board of drainage commbsioosq aa otherwise provided .herein, shall apply. to andcontrol E.' I. LSLY.Clark .- L
Liniment Is the 'greatest" Liniment and the vartpua tax_moil of the varloueona.Ue the court of record. Change of venue are ClNniUOnrt '
Quickly cures all pain. 1I_ within *embraced la part or la whole within such I be had froth th ooart of record to the circuit. Oacepla Count .....rlcl.. 'r
district dltrict soort of another _.t.tIte*ame . II.W..HAaWIt.L P.O.: '
drainage or ahall reoel.e such !J
41st .a<
roach ot( all. T. H. .P. lnlof'l'' '" Hempstead or how and enter the era anon the .tan role of''!' under th* l Uw* piovldln' for changing these J''i venue: I

.. ? Texas.- Writes; thin. is to certify the oounty or counties u which such land mar, from the circuit court.of one county to the
liallsrds Uc a td the amount aa' levied by the board of court of another _ntl'. Tb Governor mar la
that Snow Liniment has 3 hd, At rltlr mlkc/tci.Ss .
hto demotion enter the circuit I at EecunbU
... draineommieeioner* In each manner and form I Iaa hold: r".vt 1'
been used to my household for' years mar 'b* prescribed by. the board of drainage I county or of any other county to on or.more .
arid has been 'found to. be un excellent' : ammiaakmere from tuna to tint, which. amounta term or part of term*_of the court of record.. TILLED ,
hall be collected. .br toe various tax eolUctoraoftha Any civil canes in the court of record t
( Kheumatlo
jam ILlnlmeai for pains: I am disqualit9
counties wherein. such levee have been mad tried before a referee,or in ceee of the "
.never with out 1'I' I a*other tax*ar*collected ia aeoardanoa wtth law, catton of the jmJTe of the court of r.aord. maybe Real Estate Agency. !
Sold by Hobersoos PharmacyA. ;' pad per over Mid amount. ooUeend to the board I I triad by a J.udad ,Tuna: or may be transferred to ., . ,
'" the efcpcuit oourt of Eecambia of )
of drainage L'd" eonrmlailoaar'I ooaatf or any
.. L'R hall have a Ilea Mporiar to all other Hone upon other county la the aam way and according saga .
:
tam ,. C. nd Trip.. Excursion the taxable land* la any such drainage districts to the some provisions u govern such proceedings In ; '
be*uf IM..*d by tax levy for the eeat of ear work the circuit court of CeeomUa county. Realty bought and sold'r:
Ritte5. done arovlinumi hereof, don, Section 47, TJMRupreroe Court of the State. "-
or prior I
I adopt hall haM appellate' Jiiricdietloa, In all Caw at Uw -Houses rented f., 'lSj ,
& of prod. and. equity. ; oria-laaltlna-. the goner of ..."... ] > '
one 'Taxes Titled ..
Allanla. O :-Rftte fare plus paid and ream j ;';.
Sec tion a&.' That the board of drainage and in rim of conviction of felony la the court ofreoord. .
.25 cents. Tickets on sale October.l9th, be and It la authoriaod to exrrcl**Coranuialonera the- The circuit court of Eaeambia county ) ifled for non-residents.' ''$I; tr. .I.

;!Ot.h.. 2let,, nnd"$2d, final limit Oct. 30. tight 01 eminent domain .in the condemnation' of hall have final appellate Jurisdiction ofall mladomaaaora Flre LSfe '.
Extension to November 15ir. 'be. .land for the location of its canal, drain,' __ triad la the court of record Alt ape ,. and Accident In-,
may dikes and reeervotr for the afareealdand peel or.L""t. error prosecuted from the court '
parpoe
,ubLa'ned' : mar enter peon. take and ae such .land aa It of .. to th*tfnprome Court _'Cyr surance. '
JaclraooTill] Fls:--Kate of one far mar. pending.eonrlaMiiiaHua proceeding. *, deans cult Court,shall b* proeecuted au.* .earn way .. 'IndemnitVBonds.. .
I for such and la and aoeordinx to th**Mn* rule* aa rovem aneaproooed
25 cents. Tickets _Ie nieennrr purposes ascertaining '
plus on _NOT
lava from the Circuit Court to. i'.r.va". 'f'
the to be -the Soprani .4
paid for such \land or right ,. ayai amiiywyriK.riry ww
-tfttioa : .
6lh 8th .
t ember' 6lb. 7tb, and 9th. Final of be derived from such drainage Court. r

m I' "limit November lltbtb. kail be considered. br the Jury. '. Approved. Jive .. 1M... -' .j, .
Columbia, 8 C.-Hat* of one 'fare Section.. The Legislature mar provide tar ..,

s plus) 23 cents Tickets!: : on sale. November the reason a.seesawnt of audl drainage of benefits, and derived the eoUeetioa by Und-br-there.. ARTICLE ZXXir.

4th .and fifth Floal limit good I of: the proceed*Uteraf ram shall be paid to the i' That the following amendment to Article XVII t'fl..
Columbia board of drainage' eammheianwe to b used. by of the Constitution of the State of Florida be and W.LVanDuzor&Co.'J3: : ;
to leave midnight of Nov- '.
them for such drah-uure: purpoaia. the name I* hembym.gr..da.ndahW. be aubmltted I .
ember 9.h Approved May*7 180L.uTICLI to the electors of tie Slate at the -en. '
Autulta. OaIlata: ft one far oral election In l_for ratification or rajecUotu -" :.:-. "
: XXIX. ,- Section Either........ of the Leet ltura,.at
plus 25 cetit*. Tickets on vale Uci '

obi-r 27th':28th, anl .S>>: Final ,limit That 8eetbo' Iaa ((9)) of XrtlcU)l five (O of the a ments regular to this emission Constitution thereof: nand 6 propo th***earn merkl beagred : ,f R -O K.'E"R'. ; S.; .. \,

November 15th.Nashville constitution of the Stat of Florida be and the te .by three-fifth of all the member. elect '
1'.nD.-Rate of"oo 'fro same -1taNbF i amended *o aa to read aa follow,. ed to each .hontey such proposed amendment*ahall r--; . ;-:--- '
k. f. be entered upon their reapeetivoJournal.* with. .,
'plus 25 cents.. Ticket oo'' ,sitl*. November vetSection '. "Theamlanr'of Arab Justice of the the rand nay and shall o* published la one REAL9 ESTATE"INSURANCE

Idb, audUtbv. final limit November Bupreme Court_ hail be four thousand ($4000.00) newspaper in each county where a newspaper UpublUbed. '
18th.,' dollara. a __. Th.salary of each Circuit/ Judge for son month Immediately preaoedlnx"th / I
ahall be tire* thouaaad. .give Hundred .S.600.00) next --.ilection\ of Kepreeentatlve. at ND -.
Gainesville FlaOn 'aooo\iot of .. A\\
dollars a Pace which election the sane shall b*submitted to the 4
.State reunion of Confederate Veteran That the foregoing amendment. to Section t of elector of the Stata. .-ror/ approval or rejection. .
Article V of the ConetlUi tloa ..-hereby aarewl. to Ida r elector voting upon theuasrdm.nts y.f
"., 'rllte of oDe cot per mile traveled plus and the aanie shall submitted to the elector. of Pf.'J:. election hU adopt the: .

25 cents, Tickets on sale -November.12th the State for approval or rejection at the next amendment the earn shall. become a part of "the -- .- -. ..

and 13th. Float limit, November general alectloa of .repreamtativae a* required by Constitution The proposed amendment hall bees ....'
Section L Artlel X VIii of tit Gooetitution., ubmitted a* te enable the elector to vote on .
.16th. Approved Hay. 8OL. each, amendment Mparately. All amendment
Columbia 8 C.-Hat.* of 'one fare R adopted at the election at which this U submitted .

'pluc25 cents. llnkets on I.aleOct.o. AKTICLEXXXThat or heretofore adopted. by the elector are .hereby .
jl her 18ih and 19th. limit to leave declared. a part of the Constitution from tlw date.. -. -.... -
good the following. amsrdm tent to Artld* V of of the adoption of tics *ame.Approved .,
Columbia ten days lo'addltloo to date 1!! Con>tiuiU n of the State of tTorid Jan 6. liMu, womenraovakMlUi' '..

of sale. Extension to November 10th I ?tee Judiciary Department.. to be- .'u ms's The vote cart In compliance! with said.. proposed .. : .
ii'' motion Comer eaid ArticleV.be and the nndmntead declarations
p obtained aame lalorabr .u&b sanvasa and return -
may ; agreed to- and shall be aubmltud to the thereof : subjected to the earn renlatlona /' (
,' For" further information" apply, to elector of the 8t U at the reneral election to be and. restrictions aa are provided !by .law kaakkV :

n.a....' agent or.J.. O...Kirklaud, .DIvision he*.!on the lint Tuesday after the ftret Monday la. for General Election la the State. of Florid :! should f ; ,'w
Passenger Agent Tamp Fla. November. A.sectional. 0. -. for raUAcatioa or njeetLa, la testimony wheraof. I have harcuato act my aka j/;.
vwlts '-** r haad and '
affixed the mat end of the State of .
The annual. salary of the 3.... Tallah.i.ia. the
"+ ..of Floridaat Capital this lint day I Haggard's SpecificTableU ,
A moat Worthy. Article.'When'an each of the Criminal Courts of Record new or A, O..llWt. .
.
'. hereafter U be eetabtlehed haU be paid quarterly I u.. &J' H. CLAY CRAWFORD. I '
article"/ baa: been oo the br the eeuntr wher*such. court i wtabllehod.,and Searo&u... 8tate. ,,,,,. ,

I arkell'Ior' year and ,RninK frien t two _latloa. one thouaaad dollars; --r- :.
every year it Is safe to calf' this medl- la eountt*. of from fifteen thouaaad -
popuUtloa.
:a; !does worthy one Such Is' Uallard's .. OM tboaaaad oVoDara) la counties Notice. TSarhr and as ,:,-_ '.' ',"

y'' Horehound prup. It positively oure..e. of from -Hftaea thousand. twntT-flr thoiw- ;Tlte.r-- br bead the batlih
and fifteen .AD'pees.s having claim against the estate of ap
population
hundred
and all. Pulmonary diseases two of from _tre..* thoaaand dollar to thlrtyflv;: ia-oouar ; L Parker deceased,late of the County of ..-.. Fot Fik. tiWcuUr ot S.P.mauj .'I'I.Ja.
I
r' ", properly attested. to the ..... .... Admlntatra.
/ -. Ala., says:;. .'.'For five years la counties., 'of twraty-flv moro than hundred thlrtr'Hv* thoueandpopnlatloo. fair within the tune ...-..idaby Uw. otherwieothe Hacsanr.. ... s.. pnJt.eies should be used lacoBBortion .

'Cmy: : family has not been troubled with repealing' .... parta ooUara of the hereby said came will be forever barred aad all persons with \K! _UbU*. Send foe T'
\ \wTnetr COU ''b.we owe 'this"to; Dai- v.-t.iw_ inomaietl..a.'etwleb.' Indebted to.. said'estate. will make Immediate a**., book Drunutt tell) diem .
'
? lard' Horehound Syrup. I know ithas Approved June*. 1IUI.< Uoment. GI O. F. PARKER per box.nda u .a
AdialaUtrato of Estate Anal L Par..... # TiE
... saved .m,. children from many ARTICUBXXZI. July tilth; .'to.*. jull-U-m-- ; '

'l,; sick-. spells...' (,Sold by; .Roberson's Trmt'th* foUowin-amendmwiti. ,. =-a ,i J' ;
t* ArUcUVof. .
c. ,Paarmsey.. *: 'I:, %. the ConUtutioa of<< UM State. af Florida ntedve to Old. 'p..ra' for" sale ar this' :offlc< .. .
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rue KIsslmiBM l Vailcu Gazette, &Nterryhap e tIn book ;.,
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'* ' 'TRLiPNONei NO.11.. ' ",." .call NOTIOIII.F on.. Mr. Helen Blia Perdew",'HailvV ,'lIerbe-. fi GL Jor ':" L II ffI. .' ----

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t'UBLIIUIED 'EVZAY. 4'tJdIIIDAYat' ".,.I,< 'Pan Arrived yesterday 01.. llaeot Peter Was. a Ykti R.f UK; "TmtWeCowt'&oiM .. .' '6.i .: 1 : ,
FaIl4Line
CoJl&l'l"TI88 ok Plaid !1
w. a.Official lIARRI Kate M. 'Bel" at "

W,' Vaa Du'&or ,.- .. : \,.,. , .... \ : .T" '-:-;'
Waethsr Ropers.arlaN to'E. k b. t Co. have sold "ice romans of V. J.'% Harper.. .who ,. ...., ,1( J, -
B TaarsaAtwas Wss antes.r..aewT of valuable Oy..t.reet.oy' a: urge :body was a victim nf?UM terrible storm .,. """' ;" ; .' \ ; ; ,
j od pin. timber which visited the ....
xvamiie.00C1 .uotr rIle land, ... last coast of Florida --P I" -t' __
I ' Week:, he having gone down with
:. Mia tree ; The late cool soap has bad the ea'eoI the Ill-fated steamer St.- Loole.' were
of ripening and coloring brought here for interment last Mon
the
up
rS ,-, -, prances and grapefruit and the day, and was burled the r; earn after'
......... W .11 now beginning to move In crop noon with Pythian Friendship Dry Go.oqs. .
Spa.d.7.. .,. ...... Wagons earnest. Lodge No..l0. which
from of
7 M the-oountry loaded was a .
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l..all.7......4. t( .. with member. The
Moad.7 ........... S sr M fceqwent.Inteervaals In at remains were laid' to ,
Tu..d.1..... ..'''f' M and ii Waters rest at Rose Hill cemetery beside the
-. M and:Carson Grocery Co.a new-made-grave of his wife, who had
Increasing
tlundaV.0 M the force in been buried just four .
their large oaoklng house! weeks to a day, ARRIVING
.
beforehim.' .
.W.L.VAX CDtOB, T. M. Our 6 and. lOo counters' ... full of big. weeks old. leaving. ., Infant three

Yala. Com and .1 inspect the*:;.; Mr Harper was a. son-in-law of .
Our rates for Insertion of advertisements Bargain Store. Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Bell who It ,Is ,, " m,,, _
among the ,reading matter on Jack' : Hancock has sold the build' greatly feared also lost their son, A. oOoOOtUOo
this page Is ten cents. per line each. la..enloa. Jg BOW occupied by his B. Bell who was on N. C. tannery to 4. whlob went, to THE
Bryan and Is making his tires < pieces near Long
to leave'about the first of Key In the same storm, and .who. has i Swe'epin-g
December for not bewa heard of since. I -
Miami, where .he will ,
open up a buslnes similar to the' The sympathies of the entire conn Park Hotel .,
h.,bas. conducted here. He will etak..eo one. ,mUD It)' go out to the bereaved famil-v.- :
THE LOCAL fl lD. trip DT water down the Klsslmmee New barber .
River to Fort shop at Patrick's old
Myers, aud around
the stand.
Service by a tonsorial
,coast, taking his; boats, etc. with him. conversant with all the latest. fads artist In Qeductlott'

Mont par" te'D cents for the same bartering."Wear .

Wade:, Tuner, Orlando. tf article as we, eel( for n.C8nLa at the e'm and J.M.GARDNER ,

Bargain Store.;>> 1100th.r'\Cader. you will wear Pro p de to r......, .. .,
Nobby 14 ofmeckwear at. Danns.Newline Mr. and Mrs. Jack Champion, who N Stockings": MDann's.County .

of'moulding at. Fountain's. spent about. two .'here promoting Commissioners. 00000000000000000000000. FOR '
CASH
the. ONLY.In
pi : ;
ay "Kentucky'; which : .
White Star Laundry-CITY: BAKERY. at the Opera* House was Monday pre'seated Klssimmee, Fla.. Oct. 17, 1900.: : This Popular: Hostelrjr .,. ... :'. ....-. .,..... .
night by themselves, The Board reconvened, pursuant to I ''
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All kinds of picture. moulding at local talent* left Tuesday supported for Tampa.by adjournment at 10 a. tn.. present R. T. : ,had [recently 'been remodeled order to reduce Stock I am',now offering the entire stock1 'of

'--Thompson's. .. Mr. Champion will have' a burnt Commission Butler.," Chairman, and H. S. Partln : Shoes for 'Men, Women and Children, and' Hatl for Men. 'purchased !
leather exhibit at P.r A. Vans and renovated. .
State ;
the Agnew; '
Fair and
Dwelling.forrent' apply. to M, Tiller has also secured the privilege 'ofmaklDI' County Attorney. and W. R. John : and is fro'rrH. M., Pfann.. at the following cut rate'prices ::
and selling: burnt leather and .t.on. D. C., and there being' "no quo prepared to give .

Smoke Key'West Havana, the best. burnt. wood postal cardsonthe ground rum Mr. J.present F.,Williams the Board and sent out' for its,patrons) better service I Men's: $5.00 Shoes for.. . . $4.OOMen's ;: Ladles'$5.60:,, Shoes forrf.$276Ladies' !
toot
6c Cigar on Lbe.m..ket.. 1'1"he new 'barber shop.: Every until Z p. tomorrow Oct. 18 a, 1905.recess. than ever.: I $4.00 Shoes for. .* ... SiOOMen's : $3.00. Shoes for..>i. 2l26; ,
Mr..and Mrs, A. E. Bear n spentyesterday thing new and up-to-date.. Shcrp The Board reconvened at 2 ." : $5.60 r
.
\ In Orlando. vice.razors, clean towels. ; first-class. ,, ser Oct. 18 1006. there being present p,, m.K. '1" I Shoes for. ,'. ,,. 2.75 .tadiea'$2.5.0--r:hoes for,*,.,, ,,,;2.6o'

girl Everything needs at. Maklnton'a-that a" school. boy .or At the. Church of. Christ. 'Sunday- T.U.Vans Butler H. Portia Chairman, Commissioners; W ;W. Ivey; P.and A. Tables.supplied '!with the : Reducttoirtn Children's Shoes'' in 'P '9 ortJOII. ", ,

Sunday School at 9:45: Agnew, County Attorneyand F
a.
i m.f subject, '' +
A good time to save Menus W. Johnston, D. C. .best:',the market! affords '
money by buy Annotated In Bethany/' Matt. This Stock: of Shoes consists of the :
Jug figured white goods at. Kau's.Juift 26; 0-16, preaching by D. M, Breaker. On mot.IOD-ot..w. W. Ivey, seconded Celebrated Florehelm i. Brown;
a little. over two weeks till Ibeopenng 11, '"Temptation." Christian by by H. S. Partln. inspectors 'and and rooms are (well! ''fur- Shoes.Shoe Co'sWhite, House,, Star 6 Star;;-and Buster, Brown Blue Ribbon
Endeavor 6:30ip. I clerks of election to serve at thegen* *-'
m.
subject, ."Mil
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of the
State
Fair. A
lions 1.0' frlca! .Psa'''. M: 28-35. oral election to be held Nor. 0. IHOfl. -. Dished and cleanly,* We also offer a'Urge stock of"the Celebrated
Oread bargain in'wlllbw. chairs'at Preaching 7:30: "Take. ye Away the (See list In soother column.;1 '_ HATS JEFFERSON.
for Men at the "
.n.e following reduction:
'Thompson's.' Bta.IDI" U; 30. Public welcome registration.lists were then reused 00000000000000000000000 .

Mr. Tom Warren. of Tampa, Is Minister.. services., """" ;, ,M.. A.Cosiaboon' . (See and list following in another names column stricken. ) and : RATES fcS.OO Jefferson Special at.r., .. :. .... .. .... . ....... ...<. .",,\\$2.g8 i
REASONABLE. ,
TlsUingJier.slster Mr.RW. Griffin.

Have you seen the Roosevelt. tabletsat Bring a nlckle and get a comic sup and the the Clerk list stricken was. Instructed and notify advertise all \ $2.60 Jefferson High,ill Grade, at.- .. :?.,../. .v ......R::..., .*.,..,?..,...H. ,,1.79- .
plement tablet with sketches for paint wrongfully stricken. ---, '
Maklnubn's. ,? to appear before "" '' Others at the same Sweepfl1&'ReducUori.' '
ing. W. B. Makinson A Co. the Board on the 27th. I oeIoaDt.' to be rV' .

home Pierce last Gardner Monday of to Miami visit bis, returned. Mr. O. H..Morl' .oa, who has 'been re-Instated.On ' *. (One) Block From Depot This Stock Is clean and'-new. and the'above prices are' lower1' than ""'*""''
parents motion W.
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. 'Gardnerof the appointed local Co manager for the Postal by H.. Sol Partln of the W.Chairman Ivey,, seconded P. A. i the above goodswere, ever offered before in .Klsgimmee. ,- "" ff
.Park Telegraph ; recelved'last Saturday -
| Hotel.
*< a full quota of supplies for the Vans Agnew and W. R.Johnston were Broadway., Kissimmee.
.Mens two piece summer suits at 're ofSce of that company here. The Pos appointed committee prepare the \
diced' priees at ,K....... rMr. tal Co. now have their-Hoes completedto official ballot, and :attend to< the) arrangement H.C.STAjffoR.t" : 't i
Sanford and It.Ia and delivery of the, ballot. ;r
expected that
and Mrs. J.'' C. they
Chapman of
will be ready for business boxes to the various precincts. .. ,
hero'twee.
be
Crawfordsvllle,-an'' spending a the 1st. and. 15th of November. The certificate of the' Lee, Parsons ORIGINATOR OF,LOW PRICES IN'KIBeI:' "MMBE. '
couple.of weeks here at'; the borne.of Cattle Co., lessee of Clint
Bass
The local office will be Hotel was
at To-
their OPERAZHOUSE
son, A. C. Chapman; hopekallga. filed and accepted. ":

Fall goods <7nr Jlne'just 'ISlates petition to place the name Of J. SoilD' :
arriving. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
K..t.'., pencils, pens, Ink, tabfeta{ W.Oliver upon t.heomelal 'ballot as CAR::' LOAD CWINCDSTR
etc, lot ttbool use, at Mftkloton'sV a candidate for the'oA9oe of county SKATING: :
At the city primary. +held in Orlando "lb:7. and surveyorwas filed and read and the .
; 'I S.: Dodge. wife Mrs.Wm. .

for yesterday Mayor B.by Beach a majority am was of nominated 25 votes I arrived. Palmer and Miss Mary; J. W.H the aommittee request.-Instructed, to .comply. with. Mondays. Wednesdays..: : j
i in town from the north last
.over his opponent O. K. Howard.- The Cleric was Instructed to adver .
Friday and will winter here. They Fridays: and SaturdayAfternoons. : fir
Our fall atook. now arrlvZ ', your are. now stopping at the Park Hotel. Use for sealed bids for the delivery of '
Inspection Invited. ,KaU's., but expect later to rent rooms and do the ballot boxes to the various precincts ,..,. .... ".'3 tI) e."
< :Mr. Tom'Warren of light housekeeping. 'They came south and also for' the lease of the Evenings;. ._ ..... .. .730: t.o 10. .
Tampa, came the county convicts for the ensuing year Saturday ),Iorelne.9 to It
on Clyde Line the boat on which < , ,
visit
up Tuesday night to Mrs Wav- There being no further badness the < ;
ren, who baa been ill here this week.atthe they were passengers having encountered Board took a recess until the 27th L
home of her sister, Mrs.; C. W. abe terrible storm of last week Instant at 10 a. m. NEXT ATTRACTION! w, '
Orlffln., off Cape Hatteras N. C. Dr. Dodge :
besides 'being an M.D., Is an opticianand .Another lot of {PECK'S BAD BOY '! l ads Shells
Dorthy Dodd Bogtt :04'
All kinds of pictures,framed or may; open up an office A for. the . ; /fil
arrived *
der at TIIomp.o '.. .' too practice: of the: latter. ,her .after he Just at Dann's.--v ". ' ,''."FRIDAY. ..,OCT, :19. <'+ ".j'. :-I:": ... ;
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Capt. c.' Y. Fr..aSer"'ot Klsstmmee, gets settled. ?. "R., . I..*. The ladles, of the W. C. T.:"'11.,'will " / ., .c. ,, , . ., _
spent .yesterday .Orlando on; business. : The City Bakery U agent" for., the give a dime, socialist Mr.",H. .:;M. -' ... . {; .V3T.A'I' ,";:' Wv.V's" : L iSaT'f
.' While here purchased six White Star JAuDilr--t.b. best .In the. Ffann'sj; Friday evening. No,. 2. Avery .. caitidgesadd : S_ . .' ** '
fine mules from flyer Bros.-Repor State. ' Interesting program 'Is being ar .- '. .. "
-THI "
ser-Star. ranged. Dainty. refreshments. Erery ... '" .

Oo to the Water' . i Carson Grocery. for Sale body. ,Invited. Kissimmec 'Co. ire prepared to fill orders at prices that will be to''your-advantage to Investltrate > -'. '
Drug before ordering elsewhere. We ean serve _you better.'.thanTaaap*' ,.
,
'Co, for rated oats.. .
ireortmeni
your, -atehati d '
'Abomela.North KI8Ilmmee.0; ; a of or JacksonTlllp, State your needs and we will give youtbe prices:;'(Ooods
The Sunny South Stables I received. story seven room bous consisting 'of birthday and Wedding! presents. .see, , cady for timnedlateorfuture delivery. Try"us''.n4.see f or,younelves.4: ?\ :'
this week: a car load of Lorses' and a four bed rooms one 'silting room, hIs lice before buying. ,
car. load of mules, which they, are of. dining room and kitchen, with double WHAT .WE: DO FOR "YOU. YOU .NEV.ER'KNOW: ':'VOUM1SS, B X.NOT;\SIQJ"IO" FoI1IT... .
ferine for sale at.low rlce.. 'Kee,adv. toot veranda., with two bed rooms ores -Cottage'r .Sale.NewJlre I. ." 1.1 '
In this Issue. fi floor, fully equipped '.with electric
'drew'skirts lights throughout lnohrdlagverau- room-dwelling; on Orlando We carry the- 3argei W: B. 'MAKINSON'COMPlfY'I
All white reduced In Avenue
.' ,, des'. barn ..II stable. Los.100 x most varied stock'orpur,, l1ne'K I II
price at. Kate's,: 160 in fruit ..
Lawn khaaed with oaks and aeven.arge set -frees, artesianwell, I in town. --" "
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Nice UBS "of picture\ moulding and cabbage palms of natural price reasonable, terms' easy Owner j K/SSIMMKR.:; FthRIDAN "

mats..just arrived., .J.? }V; Tbonaoson.! growth. flowing artesian .well., -Three wishes. .to' invest In orange prove..t We'carry none ,bat\ the I &
The Atlantio etLIIJI8 Hallway acres of grove all under one fence. JJ,' WILLBON .!It.,agent/ freshest and purest.of 'drugsat : KEEP -i ;
The conlli1lt. of 'three hundred WE LINjOf. '
COMPLETE THE
jfrovf < : n ?
Co. began for the tlHl.lde1.1'1LCC work -grading which Is Wednesday 'to- budded orange:'! 'and crapelrula't.re&' Steamer'l' Juanita. 'all times. .BEjf A

run" to the ""new'warebouseof,> ':,the two years old; some bearing,,, noe Ilegular 'weekly'trips Your prescriptions are filled a a

,W aters' and" Carson: Ovocery. Co. used stable every and carriage thing In.house flrst class never repair been*. Batlnger. Leaves every.Klsslmmee'Monday'to ,,by a Graduatein, Pharmacy II . WrflSKEV,,' WINES'' AND "BffiR., t f y yR

The Cash, Bargain Store 1.be This home situated at the head of morning at 7 O'ClOOlfr returnlogTburs* besides five .years'actual experience. .. <
.place. to get your school supplier;, Lake Tohopekallga overlooking' 18 day "'lerD eb\'and.' passers '. lit

Mr. and'Mr*. Boiler. child their and mold Fort miles Jurther of water Information A bargain. for'apply'a3.000.to ger.ervice.;W. C. MoflLKY' Master., . Doesn't" :: this: mean o"leII j" R., WHITTEN :&, C.G. : -

bave)Just returned from cottage Valley. Gazette. thing ? < ,
by the sea to N..rcoonee.. Mrs. Batter If 'you have any laundry' to send j' I

has been catchinglargebaws.;; .' 30 Latest 1ft''eoIJ.r. ' away, and want, It ,"done OD." 10'good ,We carry sufficient help to Phone xee.
'pounders from the".ocean pier with rod, thing .. see, C: .d.. shape, phone the City. Bakery.FQ deliver Orlaasd.,_ PJ.&.' .
and reel./ Oo's.t line at ,DaDo, '. ;. '. .; '. , your packageswithin
Another lot of Peter'. Pan.-collars, I . r Sale-On.acooun' of ill health a few.moments after:, the pur,I F AC TO iv ,

ties and purses'at Kate's. i ,:.,: Horses and Mules, ,-< my; tblngle Creek grove of 1.100 bear chase. This is nqt -idle I V,
log and 8W'oungtreem, new Irrigationplant boasting, but we want, your
J>ri: M. J. Hicks received a telegram We have just'reeelved.eirload 'of packing house eto.t" . bx siness and 'we' know ,we"can
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from kls son-in-law Col- J. M. Wood well broken ,
young 'mules; which was t.t c.'W, .WARD. Gentlemen's'
ofALlanta.l.u Monday; which is :self purchased direct front the farms and : please. *
explanatory and rexds. as follows; which we, are offering for sale cheap Fresh stock garden! and flower seeds. ,
'"Finest boy; ID America 'srrl vea this 'W, also have -carload of good at. the Klsslmmee Drug,t . ,-
; 'morning'. Both doing well.", v- aervloable general purpose1', horses, Fresh DiamondBrand
which will be sold oysters eveI'7.'d&1 at d. A. '
at very low pricesIt .
H-U-A 'Cadet. If not better Kissimmec :
drop Gilbert's.- DieCO.
,ln .. in need of a horse or mule it will I Leave' your order for a T
line. Get e'm ai Dann'I.
:
pint, gallon
qu..rt.or and 'If will)
redelve *
to before
par you see ours : buying. : Dress Shoes
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-'Oen. W. RiSrlng;' of i..ckaonl le .S\4DD1.Sout.b, Stables. ? prom pI. ...t.t.entJoD. I also 'serveoysters I KISSJMMKK! : WJu. !| .
'was here Tuesday and made this office < "I. L._B. INQBAM," ,Mgr. in all styles at the store. I aoobooooooooopoooooooobtjI
::a pleasant call. Gen Seoring Is representing : : 'G:.A.. GILBERT;' LabM MtMtk show'ithet we'pav tfsBiffam "
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S 'obel A, Day; a. f-uit auo- Ninety. five'cases'of our 11.11'aio k of -- wags b shoemaUts fcs 8c Louis
ton{ house in New York and was bere,100k.1 Shoes have arrived and, are ready fm crAraeue .A.&iecA .5..5.a __, BcAcdca(4. leesuie we itqtiira' the be wcrknu ", 4
dk C
.a..Ika/k '
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& up nuslness for bis firm.. Inspection. STANFORD. ehlptbcwU. '
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LCome and 't.lDU-r fal| 'good lIt CARLOAD fr .'TbSs means IbM we get our pkk'or la
This the bat vrarken--endwe find that me <
before buying else where. Is to notify ray customers that .
CASH BARGAIN" B'1'OlUC"Mr..W.'n.Ha'rrll'of I bay. returned. and am again at. my beet .tt.a bape is ta pfd,' 1'' '1'
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Putnam R.l place In North KUsunmee ready toreceive j' HORSES: Tae eerobiastiosi ol chi 6aeet wottmaxMp wlA Ideal '
Fla.; who has been 'spending a' few all orders for cleaning dyeing $: MULES; f n. sod rsdmg d leuhn (ode lowebM bl ors mekieg.oy dwM aM 'i !3 3$

weeks at the home of her brother; Mr. i and pressing clothes.. AU orders will 'eons) has rewind to our soaking, mot fu_bo e(>aa 7.! 3%' -B&fa x .:'
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B. F. Cobb across the lake.. returned receive prompt attention. How. te the West. ,,
bonce last Tuesday. She expressed .M* BPHIO FLEMINO, JUST1' ARRIVED 'AT :In ow inns bona knee Z.90 a lE
Motif
herself as highly pleased with her.. I: = tweet 'tonm, the ,!ee n, ibsI1IAMUIND very. S 0.4 bust 6adIi(.lad '
,lal&.l' Get your school supplies at the KI.. i iThese ro ? y b
i wvrksnaship oe a"p!'psdt y1+, "'((4'
slnunee Drug Co. Full line of ..Wtb.lets : 4

Ding.-Phone. ?your wants,"'we' do" the .run slates, pencils, pens.-etc.-, = Sunny y South 'Stables' ;. i l _

h ., KjiSBDfME* DBX7O., COMPANT.Mrs. ),fl'. C. E. Franklin Is now packing .". . II: jh.r
.f .'M..J. Johnson and children and shipping his large crop of ,grape Muleiare 1 "'d'" .1' '" '' .
, re* fruit. lieealmate.Dlmcrop of_frutt nc .!"jhof armyyoung;:aryl.well}\ broken., -
turned bprae last r from '"
d .,pleasant t.ea' days Saturday visit' to relatives a this season at 6.00O))( boxes of oranges j' The-Tiorses: are: all well broken and "good, general ,lit .
boxes of
t.-I\ and and friends other 'parts at Arcadia.. Browu.mel ssdII,000 Fraoklln owns severs grapefralt.:! valuable. Mr. purpose,Horees. .If yoiluant, : a Horse; br ;.Mule! ,"* .
of ,
.) Uortence Brack"says she enjoyed the [rcu.. in the r connive .. -. #' now ira'tii4: time{ td het'' a'1 bargain,; ... ** r> .


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FUNERAL OF, SAM JONES .Do You. 'l'our(0.1, ,' , '.' ,'. ,a iiM'1AiflEAbtY The.Woman following Soldiers'a extraordinary Epitaph thOU *.. :I
.
OPERATHIS AVBffiED ti., < _.""- : Like a young bird and gulp down what*" little known eplthaph may be seen on f

HeJd In BIg ;Tabernacle' at Carter. ever food or medicine nay..be: offered you fOi7do .. st tombstone in Brighton. Old 'Church*
: d. ; you want to know something of the yard on thi eastde of the path
1 la< ':fe***** *** e m mmHmmi*i*' vIII. Attended bx( 6,000 ,People' ,composition and character of that which leading from,, the, eouth.porchl"ln ;
Touching Tributes Paiddgrin : you take Into your stomach whether as Nearly 'Two 1' Hundred Lose of Phoebe J Hea8eJ.
memory ,who
L Two 'art. ul Letters from Women food or'medicine r |II
Who 'Avoided .
in
; florida. the
Most intelligent and Life in Cuba and was born at Stepney jr a1713..
sensible peopfdnowadays
'' Seriow OpsriUops..Miany 'Women'J Suffirlng: .,the presence of on Smm.... con Insist on knowing what they: I She soryedfor lnanj! years as ''a"", private
gradation,. estimated,' at .'.000 people, soldier In the Fifth Regiment
employ whether. '
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food medicine.Dr.
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"' OI'as i
; from Uke, Conditron*. Will Be Infer fisted.; : ( .,which gathered In the Sam Joiies tab- Pierce believes they have a perfectrighttotnetuponsuehnowledge. of Foot In different parts of Europe:'
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"' ,-, . __, ,""''I ,\,; \.raaclo, funeral/services'over tbo re- Sohpu MANY VESSELS WRECKED and In the year 174. fought under ,
w BIH j y ..c "e yr mains of Rev.<_Sam''P. Jones were bl I shesj-fciinadeatt and on each bottle "the command of the Duke-'at Cumber

--- _c conducted at Cartersvllle f .. ors
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dy'aftoreworyw,. -.J.I 'anavg-4fle.JTrmio>r satro Thla hp feels Blow Was. That Ever visited 'she received a bayonet wound'In her
,
tie.rli n i wfrUAfford to do boeau e ih mnretheJInaTftdlgpts
I f ( Cfaarlea Galloway) of Jackson oryhlch his mcdlclries Cuban Capital Ship' Load of arm. Her long life, -which commenced
'
: : MI...,, presided.: Addresses were are made are gtudlt J l ar d und r.ux>
..mach.,by prominentefaurehmen-'andvaagolUta tnora win tiK-lr tuperlor curaxlve v rt'Tor tended to the reign. of George: IV., by; I

Who had 'assisted" 'Mr: 'iir -1 Coast. whose munjfleence she. received com
.. the ClaN of woman's peculiar weak. and support in her later )'ear.. .1'
Jonea*In Ills..work ta.1t'over thftcouO'try .' fort
; vuaa
and derangements Belated advices from u Cuba
wh_' ahe .
/; Most of them\! were bosom friends giving rl&e totoIrregularities rrequent headachesHock- She died,at Brighton, had

:and jkneif Mr. Jones probably bette ache, dragglng'"dowQ pain or.distress In state. that a cyclone. of ,unprecedented long resided, December 12> 1821, aged :if

'Uta" did many people Who lived -in.'Carbersvllle. lower abdominal or pelvic region'aoconipanledr'ofMImes -' severity, .accompanied by, a' .terrific ,108, .years,"-London .Globe.'Grau"opp.'ln .

w .'' i ; t .:1 with a debilitating. downpour of rain swept over' the city .V
cM'h'j hal drain and .41
pelvic, kln4red eymp' '
vIi The inuriiing trains lr. Herce'i favorite and l1.nsr'del Rio provinces. \Vednea.,; '-. Glacier; *

crowdsfrom all sections'ot the state Prescription Is a most efficient. remedy, day .night, end resulted in twenty ;One of the email glaciers 'in, Mpn V J
and ''the south to add tu> the' largo It Is equally effective In curing painful deaths in Havana and"serious .Injury' tans Is of especial interest account 4

number of visitors who were already: mothers period.. In and giving In preparing strength the to system uurslna ol of a do&en or'more persons': The/ lIam 'of the',fact that 'In the mass strata of Ice of "I'

present.. Ute expectant mother for '. opmlngi, age li estimated at tufty $2OW,000. there are Imbeddedtwo '
sal about foot thlplc.
each
The funeral cortege' left the Jones thus rendering' childbirth and cum.paradvely The dead all Cubans of the grasshoppers, 4i.
are poorer
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painless. The Favorite Pr. There are lit C'1'iLlIy' ton, "of Iranbop:1: ;
residence shortly: after 2 o'clock and la a moat potent, strengthening tlasgcu. in the' Ice, and the question nat 'r

aryrl e Ryan Md r'rTMenaf 'proceeded to the Tabernacle) 'only" a, organs ton fa >to distinctly the : feminine. in and particular.to the The United States cruiser Brooklyn; pers orally arises: aa to :whore they
short distance away dragged her anchor until her stem I
>It Is also a soothing: and Invigorating 1 from'
-- The honorary escort Included delegations nervine and cures nervous exhaustion, grounded In the mud oft La Regla... She. The most obvIous i '

ti When aphyslcfantbllsawomansuf- V. Compound had sued other. women 'from the local' Masonic and nervous J>prostration neuralgia( hysteria got off. however without injury.. that centuries ago two
from lertou operations I decided to it, spasms chorea or )'. \\1'1t.ula dance, and
: &y
+ t"ring from female trouble that '
an
of and In len than four month I wu entirely Knights of Pythias lodges, and preceded other distressing nervous symptoms attendant The storm caused havoc 'to shipping ' swarms. in course of mi I' I'
operation is necessary it, course and word fall to expr*** my thank- the hearse. upon functional and organic diseases In the harbor.: Many buildingswere caught-in a snowstorm, .
A, drlgbten., her.The'ver ton deal" The > board of school commissioners; of the distinctly feminine organs.A badly '''damaged and. nearly all 'burled In the snow;"where .
thought ot the operating 'Miss Merkley,l of 875 Sd host of medical authorities of all the
s table and the knife strikes terror to Margret met at the public school building; several schools of practice, recommendeach the trees in the city and suburbs: were remained till now iiwa p 't'j
writes
Street Milwaukee Wis. :
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1>*r beart. A* one woman erprened shortly before 2 o'clock and marched of"the ..verallngredlentll of which uprooted of preservation. In the :;
Dear Mr rinfcham Favorite made for the '
It, when told hj heC4: >hyalcian that she "Low of strength, extreme nervoushe, la.a< body to the Tabernacle. cure of thedlseaees Prescription'for which It Isclalmed' The 2o((o America spldlers and marines the early Western explorers ,
mast undergo an operation she felt savers shooting palm drrogh'the. pelviotorotuu. 'The chllHrea of both the white and to be a cure. You may read what they'sayorjouneVby at Camp Columbia were put to Instances are related of m
i 'that her death knell had sounded. and an the-
locusts
cramps sending a postal card swarms of on
schools march teats
to the
,'J! Our hospital are full of women irritable adtc: 'bearlndowH1.Da to leek: negro were request for a free booklet of extracts' great inconvenience. Nearly 400. In the Rockies# Is'a,v
tops
l who are there for Just such operational medical *. making -Tabernacle In separate bodies. A from the leading!{; authorities, to Dr. R. V.; were blown, down, but there was little . the
f" It la quite true that theae troubles an oxamloationr-aaid. that I bad a serious largo section of the Tabernacle had already Pierce, Invalid! Hotel and Surgical In actual damage. tunate circumstance'extension ie
f- female troubloaud ulceration and advised an atltute, ,N. Y. and it of igrlcult In
Buffalo will come to
,: reach a staff* where an operation been sot'aside for the negroes. tobacco barn
may operation aa my: only hope. TotnUIiUongly you toy return pout. One hundred and fifty has broken '''U > the ceding [
!, j ta tire only resource, but such oases aremach objected and I: decided a a lest resort to Beat
try Every was occupied and over in the Akiuizar district have de. "
'. peon of these I ln ets.-;-CiAmerlcar ntry >>
rarer than Is generally supposed, Lydia K. nhkham',. Vegetable Compound. The Glasgow' Way. . ... '
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hundred. stood on the'outside. ktroyed.. - ..- .. .. "" V
healed all -- -- \
have the xuoamtion '
1 If t tbecause, a great many women "To my orpri** ;
the
If a child uses his knife to cut h /,
r been cored by Lydia E. Plnkham's the bad 'rm dbappa&red and I am once -The- singing was the most Impress _Tho. recently planted tobacco crop 1 " .
"ii Vegetable Compound after the doctors more strong, vigorous and weh; and I cart' "iiiW i 'thai had. ever been heard In the bark off a-tree."or carve his-name on also has been seriously damaged Enormous - Kiagflehe ;
be' not expnee my tbanas for ..b&Ut baa doDe a mahogany table, the knife Is takenaway I ) as : ;)
bad taald must
an operation performed. for *' Tabornaclo; The singers composing'the damage is reported from Oulra '
C In fact to the point( where aae. from him. This removes the There\ Is a \'cry nt,
up Serious feminine troubles are ataadi. quartet had' been co-workers: with section the center of the banana and I l
'the knife must be used to secure Instant temptation to mischief deprives him world injrperstlt on ngectlo
"velleX, this medicine is certain to help. ly on the infereaae among women-and Mr., Jones and were well known allover of the object with which damage: plantain trowing. Mhee crops are -The kwBJlsher.( ct1;' 1 j. ' :

F The" strongest and most grateful before submitting should ta an operation E. the country. was done and punishes him by keeping said to have been, practically destroy talus here ao Tthere ID M t '
statements possible to make come from every:woman try Lydia: ,Even nature was in accord with ed. small farmers have lost ail '
Pinkham's Vegetable) Compound, and from him tha$ with which ha Many of tao!! countryskla. The
women who, by taking Lydia El PinkbaID'a write -Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Maas.. the grief of the, city- "The sky was could have much Innocent amuse and are in gnat 'distress.A la this: that If a stuffed or

r Vegetable'Compound" tUargiite haveaeaped for advice. overcast with banks of dull threaten. Dent. Glasgow applies this method special; from Miami, Fly says; fisher-bo .u !:)elPded by a
t aet.ons operations For thirty>eara Lydia B. ;PlnUham's ing clouds, which aeemed "at any mo-:. to automohilists who offend. The The reported loss bf the steamer 8t string from the beam or ;

} ,tl Andrew's Society Ryan, Indianapolis Treasurer ,of meL St., Vegetable Compound.h': been curing 'meat ready to turn loose the full flood penalty Is imposed upon the machine, Lucie, Captain' Bravo commanding, has room its breast will always: h

I. writes of her cure aa follows ,. &ll-lUooal4Nubl""lIila the wont forms of female complaints, _ot_Jhelr-Borrow_ Cartersvllle had .the and not the- man. The automobile ii proven true. Friday evening one of the direction of the .

.m : -Dear)ln'.PlDkham" ulceration, displacement, silence, of the sepulchre during 'the seized and locked up for from ten the Flakier; steamers arrived In port How the' action flrht.arose

.r r .Ti isaanot find eipMsiiny thanks weakn"ess, Irregularities, indigestionand : entire flay. Business, ,was practically 'days, 'upward according to the gravity bringing! sixty wounded and report* In the light of condmbn.saase.
toe the mod Lydia. B. ItaaJum's: WetabloOoBipoiZK nervous prostration. "Any woman suspended from early: morning and lathe or frequency of the offence. The log that thereure''twenty-sight: dead quiry it has been BO lorj;

did me. Tb doctor said. I could who could, readrtha many; grateful afternoon, during the hours con- owner ''is thus deprived of that which bodies to be Drought In. ed it Is .card to say; but It
Sy to* gs well nnln** I bad aa operation for
letters .ln Mrs. Piakham'a '
.I % troubto-from which I cuffMwl. I knew I oq.jBl office ol turned by the memorial service, every 'he was not using rationally and the It Is believed, now that a portion of existed 1 have a clear '

.r 'Mold mymind.tarsia of ma operation andMMtoap 'would, be convinced efficiency store in Lbs city was closed.ROOSEVELT . public Is saved the risk of having the Florida Fish and Produce pom- a :youngster of going Into a
her advice and Lydia E. Pinkham'aVegetable
I would\ be an Invalid;for: a dangerous machine In the hands of cottage in' the shires and
lite. ReariBB! bow Lydia B. Flnkham i iMrs. Compound. If man'wero party's fidel was wrecked with loss

I *$t .": Plnkhwn'* )Adrlce-A' Hemaa' Bert',Understands a. :"OIUllIns.. 13,
ft h. chine Road at the rate of forty miles of,[their boats Friday morning to .

Persons whose diet "Is composed :- Att Proposal to Reproduce Mother's pan hour In the spring'! and had bU search tcr4he.men. and boats and

A wholesome foods Old Home:at Jameetown.President ., $10,000 auto taken' away from him on Its return the crow reported no When a bank falls In. Ch
of
I .: t' most Roosevelt,--writes', the 'tellowing . and kept all through the long; um. algll;:of..th .:< fleet.. ,The. .fishlng... )eU, cut off the lae&d' of the ;

,Jfez1 Y.3 are comparatively1fr;. from dis-i;; letter. *which. i U selfexplana.tory .. mer, montha be .would be likely, to were found strewn upon the shore:' They haven't- had any' bank

IriieJt'c ease'and are active mentally and .: exercise greater care 'next season. II The steamer St., Lucl belongs to there la.recent' years, .notes

ElixiEST physically. .-. "My' Dear Mr. .Mitchell: -i need really looks, as though the. Glasgow the fleet of the Florida East.Coast York Herald

yE'BBJT hardly say mow much' touched ''and balllles' had discovered how to make railway. and is employed In carrylnjj ,
< pleased I was by the proposition ''to the.punishment fit the 'crimes.-<5la. workmen and from the extension How. TtlUT

,aj.MzLr MSOICMB '1 D?;PRICE'S reproduce'' my mother' 'old home at COw Star. work-on the ke).. Despite; the 'storm W offer Ooe Catarrh Hundred that Dollar cannot be.. ; t'
nail of
_ Vey aalo.sa.n: Is.digseba : Jamestown. Naturally\; there was nothing warning, Captain Bravo .a1Ired' for any BaU'>Catarrh Cure.' '

Colic that 'could II...... appealed toi.me::. / ''OUCH' Key Large with .a large number, of I \ V,J. OH..BT, b Oq.
end aythl.gerred f
trl-1- WHEAT:FlaicF _CCLERY; mererWhatever" they 'decision In the married aboard. The steamer"was WeJ tbeAvnderalirnifd. tiav-J.
y, rAnr.aernays . "George, before we were workmen Cbeuffv loa tb*Jtut U y!ar.,and
fUoIa ( matter may finally be, allow me to you promised' me disgrace;: ., should. caught in,, the .torm.and was driven perfectly honorable) la ill huln_

-'raeD! F4.1as.. thank you molt warmly for your'aug.gestlon. ; never rest on;my head.",-J'rirjv': -y.-j- ashore with the 'awful 'low' : of life .lion*and flnenrUlly able to carry'
' made their firm,
... ....... .. ergeaappedU 'D ." With great regard. ',.., c ,w .t .rw-eiir ;';. ,"; #, *. >nife.' .*; ;?: ' reported 1 \ . obligations way A Tan.a, Wbolwal by
,
M w.rk. .........ar 7.5? _, : '-THEODOHB. ROOSEVELT' i;: rwhat do you call (tMiIlast I fear Captala'Bravo, who'IS. badly: wound .I. ledo, 0... \ ..

sad to fact, wJaakee yes duel like a is wholesome,I ,nourishing, and "W. N. Mitchell, 1I'Aq; President hatI'm.. WearingT"Milwawkee' Sen. ed. **y> he anchored' on the.-i' leer, ot WALDUfO.Dnsglftt Kin mi* & O.Mjiavtir, owns"I
Toledo
..
.t ,-.rD.M., .... 4' cleanly. Made from'.the whole Georgia 'Commt llloD''to Jamestown 'UneL Elliott's Key twenty-five mj-o* southof Eat!',Oal..h. Varela I.&IMD.h1t.
r ,-- .... .,.- -. ..".. :Exposition; AUanta, 0." Iaml,*011 "which there w .re5 IDJI'd\reotly poQ tbe blood'..Dd'm1tOIl
.. ... .,....,.......,.. wheat berry. soto I *' sir: KNBW;''THB,SIGNS. *...- Thursday, morning* :and, face.of .,,..tem_ .tlmoal.wa" .
residents
Price,760. bottle_ ; "aid by .U ,
'Ow. Arse C....._, poor
'
I, cents a paCkige.For ESTATE'OF AM, JONES "4". you going to change' your<<, newhLt .that -won altel"'' at4dalywYv6\ entculfed'the' .,,'I'aIt. all'.Family pills ro { j
\
soul
,'( ; Ma d t"0 :{island, leaving' not\ a' llvtn 'No m n Imag-Iues he I > \

._ ale by all Os9 oe'*' 'Valued l at About '100X>OO-Most o('ItIn "Not :much. Every girl in my, set npoii; It. The tidal 11" .".' strode the .a he la \\

...'.-l-.. .. . Life :Insurance. has told 'me how dreadfully unbecoming St. J..uChr-an In a moment she. "was 'I, ? I I

;Her; Sam',P.- Jones left an e.stata! It' far Baltimore ;ltmerican.kl&EItT'T .- cru>>h d Into debris. ,The St. ,Luck* '

valued at something Ilk. 100000. Mrs., .:', .. bad' on,board over, 1W \people; I i SAVER Y 'V '

-.. Jones already poaseased a' handsome -STIMONIf.bottlei -" Another disaster "is the break! tj'\ ', ,

EUKEMthe' Por'' estate, and it.Is thought that she..will j : is loose of a ban at Elliott Kay, Wit Awfeli ' tlgl :\ Th., ;.. :
If blonde more .
wonder a i m .j 4
have:.something like ;200,000.Mri T' 100 people on board. Slid Was\\pick fi",1f.1.q.Cutleisra
attractive to men than a brunette [Bc_. .' ;
Jones left life Insurance of $ .- the Bahama I lande. FI.tty of \\"a.
; ,up on hid that\ :
she's tires baby \ ;
j and Inuring 000 payable to his wife of "which Lottie Cleveland-Ask TotOe 1 sder; her people "were drowned. The? propt-i ,Infantile.Our < Eccefta: which'd afflicted, ur\.h\,
both.--
f there ,were two. 'policies'' of $10.000'each erty damage v,In Mi.m'will.,\\amount, iseveral mpatbs, olllllle IIlJfat.b'
..k ,theUfeolhamess \ '
\"" In Travelers of Hartford aDd thouautids. ''Hollars', \ Uhu, head.'and f laiC
,
to ,many covering
JWO'D
.
W e Esrcka ...... OH : A.;. OOWVKUT.: J J .
bidy. Hi
one policy of Z5,0XV( In the HytualLite" \_ H4- ,I lufftrinfi were untold
V, has. ne;'equal. .Superior .' i-. of New"Y9rk... 'Other propert Goon Food this True Road to'Health. ENJOYED SEVEN-STORY 'f UM LE. Istknt Misery, in fact, there was
to other brands \ \wi would not have dote to hoe
:left,by 'the evangelist.Is estimated at e ---
.
1 te ef W. finally procured a. fall 1
because,free'from add, 1 (about 80000., ' The pernicious habit some persons Y \ ng Man Takes, LolnaVlunflS I \ ,.'But, the! Cutieura liefDediei. and ln-: s
"L and will not become ran : : ; I, \ Only Bruised or lour day begin te a "
aP'' 't cid. Penetrates the leather i c BANDITs? OVERLOOKED BIG SUM. 'drugs to relieve dyspepsia.-keeps up ."That 1'1.11of\ seven stories was the :.plAit and really laughed lor the 'l"
ee ,
A and makes weather-proof : ", the patent medicine', business and finest experience that-'VUever' Vd," 'ia a ,-ear..ID about ninety days ''

-w sweat-proof, soft;strong and:; 'Breaking'Into helps keep 'up'the army ot' dyspep \ de' to' 'physi fully recovered. PVal** for the ( '
h After. "'. Bank They Got ', WAS the: declaration. m Bcmtdie has alwar", been our i
,, r > : durable Makes old'"harness' ,I' '. Only Pittance of $115. 'tics.. clans of Bellevue how tai In New pleasure, and there,ia nothing : ,

i y look Dee new. Prevents rot. Pour bandits looted. the state 'bank Indigestion--dyspepsia-Is'caused York Friday, by WlUlaW ,'\'Bushnell; that we could **r..i,*> their favor, '}
,Gives black 6nI sli. ywhat: Is put Into the stomach in fell down the certainly saved our baby's life,
a glossy ,.4t'Aw; ,'Vass<;' Mds./early/ Thursday the"way of improper food the kind 19 ye,rstndafter. he, oft wa the moat awful light that '1 ,
.
I "u morning, after, a detperate'fight. .withofficers. that so taxes. the strength of the dl. .air shaft'' from the seventhfloor held prior to the treatment of th 1 1caw
f Boston Coach Axle Ofl Only flU was taken, the rob. ':g.ltye'Otaoa; they are actuallycrippled. :.<. Hotel'Bovine.'BuJbnel who .1. a Bemediei. Mr. .Maebell \

( makes easy runningaheds Re- beta overlooking 70000. One of'the. :plumber's,"assistant, receiveda slightbraise' :App'atorAray4; t ,; t<)Br, Kaa.,July ;

t.'d 1 s friction to an absolute mini bandits was Injured.' .All escaped!' enhorseback 'When' W..' tate'is reached."to resort .. on his heel and walked to
.' ,.' hospital to have ft treated If the fchoe OU it's ,I:
v mtlnv I Detterandmore economical;\ '' 3; : to stimulants Is like whipping; a Kellevue a sure
V.. 1 'than I castor oil. ,WIU not gum ova ft tired horse,with .....blr;.load.,, Every, .woman"'will ask'for a smaller. .
t .corrode. For Uson\ 'earrbgea; 1 :additional..effort he.m ...und.r theJash'Increases PAPER PUBLISHED UNTRUTH., .
fit ;
;" cabs,, buggies. rjY" .CrllLDRENNyiTNESS, ...MURDER.... -' Ms loss' of power tomove '- H. n.Gazi..Seatof'ltlsata!
r "' the load/ 8on of 8.nv Jones'Demahds' Apology the oI successful Dropiy"Bp' alall ',
; i' J bald i\1 arywYsre. Sixty> .Pupils1 I ef' School'Se.., >Young Try helping the,stomach hy leavingoff ; t WatTiInflton P6st. world. gee their liberal offer l In '
From/ mane in .
another oolumn of this
STANDARD OIL CO- _ Lady T.acher, Blaln.In ,heavy greasy, indigestible, food givIng ..... .
taswprse. ,the resel c -'of', sixty .pupils'; In and take on CTrapevNuta; -light;.easily The 'Washington, D.'CVPost, la -
.. .
'a school 'Cleveland..',Ohio;.Wednes. digested, faU.'pt, strength for nerves an account':lif-tha,caf. 6ercL-Rev.. There's nothing quite' so

i day, Jfarry 6mlth; '25 .years,old.- shot and train; in ;;every 'grain':,.of ;lt.There's ..-. Sam P. ,Jones, ealll,that since his re an angry' fooL '"

to death Mt.9 Mary Shepard, a> teach no waste of time nor energy'' formation ha .suffered'many-relapses. i

k r i''I er22.years' : old l ,, Going behind the( wh' ''drip e-Nnts U the food,. :Two years, ago,",in. Portland, Maine, Mrs.Wlnalow4 Soothing Syrnp for(
'"I am aa .enthi siaztlo4. uaer.of' where he was to speak, the paper stabed'he'was teethlnlf.lIOtteD& lae m..., .

t 'I War-1-ill [ Grape-Nuts. and'consider it an Ideal", In -no'ucond1Uon'ta'spe\ \, ,.k, tion allarpsinoareewlnd. . .-,.....,,- --coHo,2Go :
When
'
food.-writer a.Maln. IID&D: out that he' "was sick. a.miser marries he t'a."omaa
and It was given .
head In
hlm'lle1f..throu the dying; '
I ; I ,"I. had'&erfons d711l.pala'and was ,The' facta, are Rev. Sam Jones :was who looks niier In I

:!ki;: tIIs: 'SO ,Good TOSAWMILLIENWe stantly.Disappointment, ,, in love Is Bald to d all" ran me.:bat down little and co my cL le seemed From read to; never, in ..Portland, Maine t clothes., ,s" u :Vmcits'

wish toewatne* trUli"Kill*!. kawllnt- have'deers ,rthe'inotlve? for'the'C'Welt: \'ingcancads.! I tried Grape-Nuts 1 od. '
t"'ia tea1'lt.\; : her by thousand t.... Miltato asrol.btimberbfay. lot. mw hal. blooded, murder.- ' :; 1- ? j>( ,(:and after a,few weeks' steady use ot'.. ,QUAKE SHAKES., PORTLAND: 11

.., .. ......CiDlllplalDt.. andloadlBBbe. enean. _, Ca.. ; ..........- .C
,., ', ','y'.. lkna ."' '- Wlall 'Aleo wteli borne 1 '', I It, tJt areaUy.linproTed.. '" -- ;
.(i ," .: J: ghee"I..lI1lla Jt.aIt.er "eclairV "Am moah not
.+, Shocks Were Light
yvak .JkddnMe, ', ;
D\!\ OIL ; I L.IMMSSUnLY f.
!, .OGTOPUBF4GUNE3GUILTY. '
.
.... y r 5 ere of. ;pr : -.Y, I.CKBEB.: W.e4bvf7,pr ,..0..0-. how;and eaa do,more work without 'Cause Collapse of a Bridge. <
'' : feeling ao tired,'and am better every'way. ... ..
; Pjlls'.8 : Was Conspiracy galnetTracf. at Portland, \
Charge earthquaKe shocks
r ::Parsons ', "'\ t..eUIIED', ,;, .. , , .', Two m'e'*o is
._ _. .0 IU".,, In. Vlolatlon of Valentine ''Law ' best with ''Maine; Balurdoy night destroyed aboutl00 '
,' .cernctbe. _- ,, --.1,, rO -I r.1Lh Orape4ftiU' ; ; irisbrie/ lea M 2YypR: .
..
7Ahr'' "' Y e.IOk
1k ;: -
f r .II.IIe' At:Flndlay;.Ohto;<< .:Wlday, ,afteri'd[ cream and use four heaping teaspoon- i..t.'of a tomporary highway :atrnc "
w iat ..S'f. I ,,' F .' / ids at.ja maL, Z an pure there are' f'
; 1M6faa y.adaliL; scow .!IaSt.mt.. Lbeta4t; t>)ipty4wofbourtlta'ji: ltiansnrts of persons rsrttliitomacji .tare yiipbi-crosses. : upperharbor. ; ;, 4 :8URB. MIKE! '

I.a. aetlln e.'tatM IN S4a 1 "i:' lofna sdays kDo.s t, ja.thei.; ;rae:tpt',, t>*M 'siat !oi'' Ohio trcxaVle:who _would be''beneflted.'t}y The, flrsf,'.shock'was felt. -,at a o'clock, "I tell 'you it takes genius;to tight(

tY .., ",'"' ''! :/ avatbat thOrBttodard-Oll: Company; using Orape-Kats..r 'JUme glran' trPeatnm. i anjd"- ; the' second at,7;-07', Both, .shocks a* pipe... with n match la p.teof.
1- A.ar. Ohio;. returned a;verdict of'guilty"onth ;' ,"Oo : Battle-. Creek Uleh.: wtlad.' ,
charge. of, oonaplracy against trade Read the lltUe IwolC.,**nte .OlMut;toWeilvUls. were.light The bridge oootfnued''tb: "Shncksl I Any Irishman, 'can dad ,
__
;wac.sc s.be.wfr 100&1..tlof. ;=S'ffor1wor i !nh'violnUon'"bt: ?th.!-Valentln. c',antltrnst ,. ."'la pkgs.. There's.xsav- sway xan4 sink until the seconj.1. 1IcJCk.w ; tt.." ;/ "IJJI
for utasl.ryal, j c t'gay' wad. w =;Cktc1bnns
: , : .W'poUoa,9at I '
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:law acm-- (( ? l"Wt" \
wa'f 00. w ; j'p
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THE ,PULtT f B t 'Jt 'must 'b e' > rliyr ,// ' '
t l rich honorably ,, *.1'0.. T ItA1'. AWINYAHi'.aLic.. UNITED STATES,SENATOR '
pare-with the .... .. of b .
I. ,
new aU about I' ere It count 'Hottbte Did the lady thank you for ,-'' HOM : SOUTH CAROLINA & Compaq
caq Avery
AN E4000ENT''SUN Y.6ERMON B fnEV most anel eap a.lleaf') harvest u for ''-giving her,your 'seat In the cartDoyTWo "The Old' Prince George .Church Is) PRAISES, PE-RU-NA. :.

; I. .No HENDERSON' Goad' ; bat **. topped! loosUng South Carolina: ',' .' . 1'1
: I \ Righteousness is. rectitude.. That at we so f tearfully cross.-Detrolt At the, head of Wlnyaa'.Bay.: ': InSouth -< ..AVERY a MCMILLAN. {

is is ,to> say ,erectnes4.... Righteousness Free Press. .... Carolina stands quaint old a... 't.h P....sycli et., Allaau. Ge.41.L .
Uprightness
Subject Christian straightness' moral t I ., ,,- KINDS OF-'
Righteousness! > rectlHnearness. IJNim'8.: DYSPEPSIA',RHMEDY, mantle of bistorio associations.Visitors1 .
means,,,not only to pay "
Jour debts ,the town will be shown 'MACHINERYReliable
promptly, to keep well
Brooklyn, "N, Y.- Preaching! at thIrving within; the limits of the) law; not only :A Guaranteed: Cnre-lanJ' Have many Coloslaj landmarks, chief among .

Square"Christian Presbyterian Church'. to respect the rights ;ef others, and Dyspepsia and D-..'$ Know It.. which. Is the old .Episcopal chums ..., .

on the tb.me..I W Character, the maqdates ot society" through fear I Buffer from Dyspepsia.' or Prince George Wlnyah.
Rerj I. ; .Henderson .If you
the pastor. of .
theconlQQUenc4ll0faln.but.ratherto It Is noble structure built' ol
_'. his text I. Peter Indigestion any form such AS gas a -- ,
book 2:9): ) "That
seek t
do
good because
u ennobles
show ro.rth.the excellencies belching bitter taste, offensivebad English bricks brought from the
may of to thin'of
fe 'the needs 'of others because
wto .hath called breath dust mother country, and, notwithstandingIts
Him you out of tn( ar..our :
y brothers In Christ.
darkness into His.ma velloul light. ,'' Righteousness Is uprightness In the Ip.Il. sour stdm- great age Is In a. good state of c

Ho said: home, in the church, in jtuslness.. la acts heart Gutter, pr* enratlon today, ..
Character Is 'determined\; in the ,' The handed''' down
P0'"lcs. secretly 'j,socially, in sunshine' I nausea, gastritis, .church records '
terms of an exercised moral and eulr. ,, and 'in shadows, loathing ot.,. food from Colonial day, how that. "this I
everywhereaqd
itual consciousness. Character at its / at all times. I pain or swellingsIn pariah was'' taken off St. James San

highest Is conformity to the best .!Righteousness virtue. To be'&r the stomach tee" bT act of Assembly In the year
moral and spiritual consclousneai .tuons Is i to be .a.lull'.igedged than 1711. The building was completed in
back tide deep-
that,is within us. It is both the cone Virtue or
Is vigorous with virility J&fjl
: 1786 Its communion plate dating from
sum atfoa and the limitation! of the mploglcahy it Is sprung fronV /h> seated kidney orliver < prick Englnss Boilers, att
will of man. It Is not only a matter loins trouble then the llama year.ma frnSenator "
Vlrtu4.1sgoodness I
ot. "manhood. glass, Wh t separators'
'" .. oT the oulwurU Ilia tut 1L U also the Which has stood the eirato.: -TtU-dIn.PPe1l.t' In-n-: .;;,hort time .edifice, stands .within' a.pence:

Indication and. the manifestation of which has weathered ,the trials./of/ after taking Tyner's' Dyspepsia Remedy fill old, charchyard"whose crumbling

i , an Inward grace. Character Is the temptatlonL which /has fought, a made especially to 'cure -Dyspepsia -' gravestones, quaintly carved and incdbed. I <.
'
sum of any man's characteristics of manly fight,,and wda out. It Is ,,the .. Indigestion and all BtomacT POISCM a falClnaUne'Interest
BOU! and social' life. glory-,of a1 good man's life.. Virtue .1 Trouble; even of the '''worst eases. for the visitor. ,' ,I
Motive la, In the'last 'analysis has grit. It Is no weakness to be Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy expels the An ancient /torick-wall: overrun with ,
,, more- of account than the outward pure. "Tr' *e men do honor to' ablameness '
iweetens the breath. It English 1fT.'.urround. the sacred precincts :
and ..
act. Feeling Is a factor in the human gases ..
fool will
:
tame
and/only/ ,a
-
r lite. Intentlops must, be counted. laugh atl in/oblenens/ M heart.R cures Sick Headache. Colic-srnd Constipation and, lire-oaks, venerable and I BESTDlMVEI Sill..HILL ON AiltLarge

l Desires may draw down or up. But \ ghteousness II//Justice. Legall'a at once. Druggists; or by gray bearded,.stand sentyneL .
, tbese in the The old style, high box pews,, with Engines and BoU.,., sufipll e>
; with all tally, yon are ty d justice orehot/ co-termtnous. express SO cents a bottle. Money refunded .
what you wit} to be. More than Jour Just ce is the ideality of law. Justice If It falls to cure. Medical eats on three. sides, are still In evi promptly. :thing) MIllvCern'Mlllsv'

will desires you will not become. co-o-fljnstes the fright The law .advice and circular free by writing. to dance:' Circular "_.Saw T..thPatent'Degs,'

Character Is not only .what you ofte i hardly approxlmate/lt. Justice .. Tyner Remedy Co., Augusta, Oa. Tradition says' the ,British stabled team Qovernora. Pull line Knffnew eMIIIBMpplles. \
wish you were nor what the world enquires not what are/my rights ., their horses' In, the building during send for-re. Catalogue..

,, ... think. you are nor 'etwbat\ you bat what are my duties./ The .just the Revolution,, using the pewa for M.C.
-1 consider yourself to be; but.what you man' sympathizes with tbe'longingsand .Did :you ever hear'of a man talllna! Rotter. S.
hoofs W. DOUCL
stalls and marks of horses' L.
'are. It is neither your reputationnor the ',need/of 'men .and sustains In lore 'w th "a woman' Intellect maybe ,y y.pepa fa ii Often Ca ( eeen in the wood at the present UM eemaaoA-perssa, KMnti Catarrk
,
of
\ record save as .those. their
your two alms The'legal"/ man may 83.50&'S.OOSH .
.1IefftH _
of the Stomaek./ awl Ce Xltne.fON a
. the of .
align to measure majaaoo4 according forget .thstt/Gf/ d.:exists: and right day.Not for IN THg
to the rule of God. should iWat evaded., A WOMAN'S KIDNEYS. many m.les| distant from DyepepHo.Hon. .... J.J-UT WOUP-| j
law be ..
reign -May ..........&&&&&& W.lOa... S.lilt Edds IJM .Z.
. Character ,.the mark' of- Inner In the apocryphal :Wisdom ot Solomon _, Georgetown Is f.be''i1I.torld St. James 11. O. Butler Ex-U. 8. Bna- "
.'.. worthiness a. well as the fjmblem ol ws flndAaose ords: "Honor Women hard sp much to do.- so Santee district from which this parish : from loath Carolina! for two ,oantlotlleeqaUed.tIllJpfaII\ ..... } r ,

a god life before tb..oP41n'e18l, Ofnlen. ablirt&i" : Is liot>that which stand- many pains to suffer so many critical, !had Ita beginning. f. .,. in a letter from 'Vahincton, :. .f!
Character" b not ,merely' hone eth In leaKWtp tljM nor Is its me.uattrenglt periods to go through that It is Important The old' .church building .of Cola .'U.; writes) to \\.he' J'_a. 'Medicine ...n., on1rbeep10. "oto_ t+ !
esly it I. more.. It ls'luotonlyp4tl; of but I o... _u Joli wi;. -\ eO "
n.yW/number years to keep' -the onial days.II no ICJf cez:,In,, ,IfS.t@CD. "" _,...Onn N
ward purity but also'inward'cleanll.nese : understanding 1 /tray hairs unto men < kidneyswell- and "biit'v'pon tiie ilte'beld In sacred rover.ence'a "X eon reoosaw..ad Pervn Jar'dy.pep.is
( f heart. It means t only to and an unsudttetfllfe- Is ripe old age" t and tomoefc tronbl Z
"y walk lult. WIthin the IItatut a pf, the Virtue, Jus ke.".Oprightness. these are avoid the backache handteme modern structure I: *. v. bean wasp your modioirt "
Bodo and Just be odd, lh the/;things,.that count for righteousness bearing down pain, has been erected, and among the /'Or. .aHf period- and I feel v.rtt I; r '

clan lit, rol1 ,or'. prison oori'burathe '' And! : tne an. .ot yearsJs the man headaches, dlctiness, 'I' treasured possessions of the church :I I ._.orut.1"-I'''' rwiicwod.. weedisia.it ft, besides indeetl. A a ; .r.rI
too love rlhteoulneB! and t to who/UigodlyV/ e languor and other are a venerable Bible and 'prayer'bookthe good tosto.h I

''rl . Iracll e'uprllhtneBI! becauB_ they Are C -IsU.n character Is the need common signs of I gift ot Mrs. Rebecca Motto ,of<<, ...............f Nf.N............ + p
. right. C1).aracter. I. ylnuenor.\ tptegrltygodliness. "' wtd/lt'Bhonli be the''hOPi' of us all. weak kidneys.Mrs.. Revolutionary fame. of the stomach ii the eon"
1 It\'Ia u elened t! the Then 'who are Christ's Is given' Charles F., Smith, of I The Bible Is a ponderous tome that CATARRH for mo.t asses of dr-: pu"
reputation and the gloryior I a."ell. t leadership< the worl Let the 23 Boyden St.'.Woont I can scarcely be lifted in one's arms. In order to cur catarrh of lh. ,a UkiBeh -
pent life. It Is a mark/and/ !the victory It retain Its savor and all the.leav- the ttarrb miut be eradicated. .
socket R. I., says: A British officer curled It off to England " Only an mutual catarrh remedy, ucb
of moral worth, be desired
to its uplifting power. It we are
1I "My kidneys: were as a trophy dUring the .war togethef .. I'eruna. la available. +
Is It than great and >tripe brlat'. let us show forth His holt' i'cruna exactly mceU this IndieationS. + i
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rich, satisfying f Jofr.. Is pe c ness and righteousness If we are to weak from 'chIldhood. ;with r-rayerbook and altar
and quietude of htart. ,' lead lotus be fit. It has been well and for eight or ten.years past service., Some years later the,*were 'MUtvy.

I Chrlltlan' character onto: ; t and ,truly saUVthat "Immoral life in my .sufferings _were terrible. My .exposed: _for'aaleona.... London book e EVERYDAY POD Ai/lk XVJIwkBODT AT AUi <
to the character of hglst..I! ,' to one leader ot the people Is more pernicious back was very painful and _I bad atall..an4w8l'e purchased.byaiTBngillsh T .

bear the express: lid /ge of the, s than a.' whole street full of many annoying: 'symptoms: besides. officer who had known Mrs. \\UGfl COUNT \-3.---'C' '. it'l'a ..1JO: ... >' 'tQhlldr..h.hest t-

Son. of God In the/ Inner II ;ftod Impurities In the lower quarters ot When I began taking Dean's Kidney Motte in America.,,.who restored ,themto no matter bow ''JI'ry ,Yo L. Do.taa eY"': qfe+ -&,1
b through all the problemsclal 0 so- the community.'.' , ., I..1e, ea sacw..e. r
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Pills I weighed only 120.. To-day'f' the church from which they bad i lxld ilia tlivy *x.*l.tlir nmk*>.r-1 . '
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life. the BaVlour .thecorn counts. Christian character .
.As Cbaracter weigh 185. and, am In better. health .been taken and in which they are e YOU cannotMfordtobe- If 1 could take you 'Into BUT tarn,
Impress ot the ivlne will o is the conlummatlon'pt human
.9 than for years. Doan's Kidney Pills, still -used in the Berrtces.-Eur factories at Brockton, Mass...floJ attoV-
, I' mon Father; i s the //faith/ l, Friendof power and of human beauty. To W.L.Dowgla.Bho *'
how carefully
men showed .1 ortn./thi! / nd and bear the impress of the character ot: hare been my only ,kidney'medicineduring ,Track New*. without aTOWER'S you mad, would then UBdkftwtasssI

., the manner or our od'/'$.must we Christ Is to be worth while to men four years past ,They' bringme MMWMa M mM* *! ," are why they yon bold their shape. fit better.1

as true men a 4d wpinen'/dlsclples/ ot and to God. Holiness brings happiness. _ 'out-ot every attack." HER LJTTtJffl PLAT, 'WAr wear longer and are of greater yatasi.
our Lord.i, t sea/o d with.,,, the. evideiices '- ,Righteousness I.. more.of, account Sold by all dealers 50 cents a / OILED: SUIT than any other make. -v ->f' .. '
of dlrlfo iiUJanae.The "- '! thati riches! Parity Is peace.. hOI: Foster-Uilburn, Co.:,. Buffalo; "You know that 'original ilorodora. 4 'SLICKER' .. yes IK*.. yM CM.'VMMs
,-, 'hlgH<*t chavacteVof; this life Virtue is vigor and strength and the N. Y. teXtet?" inquired the chorus girl VOR Dw be..r.w...... .... sad ptQIiit
orlA bl.ond; is that /ot moral : is wean .... M tIN ....t.... yutae.l.'Wi'
and fort tbf HI / nark answered the manager .
'I wnU-leasing "Yes., . 7IookTtxrthtf..": a "'... ..
fLnds/lii JesSs b
which Clu'l.t'the ideal profitable "and" + to .L'j ... :z.pa w.I.DA",
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' and harmon Vus forking of the will God. Moral rectitude and a holy life tinmen Size' of Mexfean Ranches.Raacbes eirtk'me tor1'. IIioN oFTEr1dfl ...i"ot..r . .
{ of raan/wlt,b th1/dIYlne. Character are the riches of thtv soul laid up in in MexlcoaireQfnd-mean_ l'pere-wa.n't-4ch.neeen into It" n I.e tee l 'da 9dI .'wrtt.., .... .atNr ::.. "t'lns'i f

r a. we ChrU area" sew It, Is concerned the reasurlesrvefi: heaven. CharacterIs Iie;:--BT-aov7"Terraias of Chihuahua to. get however aA..drabla' ':, .Wit... ...
not only-wft1i, }b /Cbrlstlan' tonduet,1' ,&,oM...* Christian characfer lftTglorlousr bas 'acres. This 1* what got her ,, 1. ai.lw.M 2/e. I ,
17,000.000 The Zuldaga tam. At4aI
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not only With his doings L1bL M4.. -To-how"Trortl-f the 'excellen
otbumajv.iaetlonr'but;-also! with his cie." of Jesus is the business of Ills ily 1. said to bold .000,000., Properties .... f .. . ,- -. A. .

\. trueness'to' his persopalUjwuid to his ebur4b .. of 1,000.000 and 2.000.000..' acre t "w . ., "

God. / Christian' cbaraotet; Includes/ 11 are not uncommon. Among the AmeJlO ;. : h" :... .
t for It can never'excludelati4UeFnaa! 'J I .The 4eurs Growth. loans fwbo hare''large ranches may ,: 'lo.J' :, ,
willing regard for man a obligations be' mentioned Ross the ,
but ] Flemlnc
do not decrease,
'j tow rd his Maker. It affirms ,,the, TKtttr'1ncrease Temptations wlthi_the growth'of Riverside Cattle Company. ..WIth.2.. ;

,"I' J' ,basic -necessity for absolute self. It and nn the souL The' )little,man Cghtlng his 000.000 acres and'ajlne'bud! of' Here"tevds'Jahoebd TnELx! : q4'4 :
to Insistsnd
swerving loyalty
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little battles wishes that he were a Ue Tst. ot California .
JI. asserts that motive ir more, than ,
he .:
morereaslly .
I great man tbatthe( ; whohas' magnificent'plaeex west'kOl
that All
wTitle demandfag social
y' I : manner might overcome them but when he 'Mlnacs'the:: Miller' end the ''tbreq !
be met squarely,
responsibilities
becomes great''' himself, he sees that '
i -Morman colonleaT Oordon.S.Irocaldai'ftFerris
honorably,, manfully and In the.fear that KNOwN
altitudes
storms circle the higher QflAn
." *: aTCanaiJUn: 'Companytihay F1
otThe make the petty battles-of the lower .
positive .
.. character of Christ Is level''seem'Insl gnlflcant; : 1,000.000 acre; 'Ijbnd Beresford, a r.l
l' Chl'l,8t Is ''remarkable' not'for'' tfve Man. to think that tempts ..u..of'the':; Mn t.r.t. has a 'larel' . , ,
seem 4;
things that He refrained from doing tlon> lays tits' hands only upon our '/ranch:where be. ,raises, fine .horses: ." : i!of..
but rather Is He Ideal In the acts of weak spots.. But think a .minute, another Englishman; named Irmstead. 1 There are two elasaeofreinedlos: those of known-qti .10;

nobleness virtue, good-heartedneai Here Is a lawyer: who has little abll-. owns a large property Smaller places / ItT and, .reperm&l1ent1: e4ekl ,Iaae&IBC: tr;
which He did. His was noj-puuy sty. seldom wins 'case, always getson from 40,000 r' .i '' : needs .........." M
.. soul. Obeying the words that came off side ot a jury.,and Is notoriously of acres upward-are numerous gently, la harmony with nature, :.wiea! nature a
the, .
,..,. out of Bloats mighty-glory. H. went Incompetent to plot a case 'iTherprice: of land now. 'runs ance; and another classcomposed,! ?<>f;'preparations'OfM' r

'beyond.. them.. :Keeping' well, within, or' plead 'it., Does ,that'' man' know. ,from 60' to ,75 cents gold per acre. I I ', unknown uncertain and inferior character, acting' temporarlly -.'i\e art
C
the retuhsnleata.of.Pharisaielegal'<< what it means to have a confessed with a strong'tendency to rtia.-Mod. but injuriously as a result of forcing1 the natural,:',t irt
Ism, Hepushed on and out and up, offer him a hundred thousand ern, Mexico. V'Joshua's'Limit. H.a
criminal
"( above and beyond and ahead of. all 1 I functions aDDece artlT. ,pne of the .most exceptional bra j

:, ,,the self-complacency and moral blindness he know dollars What to it get is to him'cleart have a princely Doe ,: .- ., .. ...' the remedies of known quality and excellence Is tie eel'pleasant

; of'the -ecclesiastics, and did fortune dangled before his face If. in I ., : Syrup of Tie, manufactured by the Callforn 1 ,. ,, L Lb

. things positive and powerful for men legislative balls, he will -stand,on the :In the staging of one of his ear! r tt' Fie Syrup.Co.. which represents,, tie ;active principles oft; 4

and for God. Feeling within HI.beart'the wreng side of the question for Just plays-: {Joseph Jefferson .cCODSpan ; plants 'to act most beneficially, .pleasant syrup 4 +x3,
the
call of Immortal duty one hour He knows absolutely .by a fr'len4. attended'a rehearsal at ''
Christ 'exemplified in His own life i In which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to 1ICDe' ,
?' those qualities of character which nothing about' It. / which a lively disagreement. aro be- .f'"l : trflmto.their.rich'yet delicate,'fruity flavor. It Is the remedy
So it Is la' the Christian life; the .. }:,,i
tween two of the actresses as tothepossession'of
have for all time secured Him In His stronger,,we grow to be the stronger the'centre : t' vr of all remedies to sweeten and'refresh and a.uethe, system.gently : .
: of the ta& y
proud place as the Ideal man and temptations.i The nearer ,. and and to'assist one in .eonstipatlon -
will be our ..,!!,- : : naturally, overcoming
Inthis sad and daring a. ,ertatn', scene., Wblll tho
proved> to a multitude the likeness of'Christ, F. ,
Into '
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ftft we grow and the D1aDJ'.m. resulting therefrom.:; Its active principles !
' Inning world His Godhood and. His the fiercer will be the onslaughts of manager poured oU upon' the troubled. ,
.
i eras and Quality are DoWD.' to physicians.generally; and the'j Ii
: grace divine.: the enemy. We cannot escape life's waten .Jefferson sat oareleaslyswinging ;
y To you and to me the call comes battles by_ moving 'into"a, different his feet |from the ra11,of/af& adJoining *;rc remedy has therefore met with their approval, as.well M wltl :

: down the centuries bidding us "to or higher' sphere. Each stage ,or box. :The friend, con/.11' standit + r ,.r' the favor of many millions'of well informed persons who know-,* i' .
how fortb- the excellencies of Him sphere has Its own y temptations. As nd longer.* //' W ai i.-' -. :'''of their own "personal knowledge and from' actual experience: ', I .

Into who His hath'' marvellous called us out light.: of"darkness.' Hating Jesus was tempted He,' so> will be 'His .;""Oood' lord Jefferson!I." A she 'ex /l ch4 w that It Is a most excellent laxative remedy.< We do not claim that K. ,

, ''t accepted the Christ and, been sealed disciples.through But sufferings as wa..ma"de, so our trials perfeet claimed "this will ruin sour play. 1 3 ;' It will cure all manner of Ills but :recommend: for what It reaHy IJ

I 4:, with His love' we must bear In our which are but,for'the moment..will Why_ don't' yon settle. .ma/ters. You. a .represent, a Uxs4tve' remedy-of known quality and excellence. 1.
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( lives the express Image-t.hat..I. to work for us a far more exceeding and could It you onl, ,would. contalnlns nothmg-'of UI. eeUon&bIe or injurious) character,:, .. t
'. say the signet:stamp, that Is to. say eternal ,'weight .of glory'Ram'sHdrn ;Jefferson 'shook his h&ad "grarely f There two classes of purchasers those who'are!' Iaferpined1'' '
" the character Hit the-Son of.God.' but with,.! twinkle In Ms eye. "No. I are *' I
.'\ The of Christ.presents to George" be replied; _" e Lord only: ;4 ; as.to the quality of what they'buy and the reason .for the excellence'1 | v

,' ,: us a double study acid"preserves tons Winnowed Wheat. 'made one man who 'owildever ''man- ,, of articles of exceptional merit au4.'yrbo do not lack courage. to gOrY,) ;

I! a.two-fold'duty; and example.. With'ot A' good man does'good mere ,!b1 age the, sun,, and tnopn, ,and ;you re.xgeanbet' .. y --t wry' elsewhere, when dealer' offers as -JmltatJoD.of'uT..eU. known 'R\
III the characteristic attributes tie there some people who do Dot know.' ''f,:. t
vine.-.-, '. '. -. ,' even he let; stars alon* article; fcatj unfortunately are ,
:Y:::1. -holiness/and prised all the righteousness qualities thatp arecom rtatn" """ You' are not very holy It(you are ,,-Harper1' Weekly." : '. ,. and who allow themselves to be,imposed<< ;upon.',. ,.They'cannot expect.I I

t to .tbe :.8adour la ills- socThl sphere. no* very kind. -. IfGod .... v \ .Its-beneficial effects If they do not get the genuine remedy tx ial j l'f I ITo tip' ,'

.tfl, Holiness toward God righteousness / often.coniea to visit us, 'but They/Used/ {he ;Tub. '" J the credit of the drunrlsts of, the United ,States: be it ;?'

toward self and society these two are generallywe'each are man not in.What ,, but. one little{ ', Douglas ''Watson betteres ,that, It is ,a+ ' ''that nearly all of them ;value their reputation I for ,yrofesalonaa. | is

the broad troths that come to and us which from thread in'the.loom is of God the environment of ii man that makes Integrity and that good will of their ienstcmert '.too:'highly, to.offers: i
the chara te -ot the Christ t
summon us to show forth His glory Bind together your spare hours; by) ,him clean or. un /ean. >M i ,the ,case .I, i' Imitations of he t '..' "t, t:

and His lova." Spirituality and more the cord of some definite purpose. may.be." .

ality. A sanctified sense of oneness No' grip Is so hard to shake off as "It. Is .all very JwelVVhe said, '"to ] : Gehiiine'-Syirup'off -:Fig, I t..

with the,.Father., a courageous de- that of early religious convictions. .,. say ,that people,ont take a bath' because ;: ;.
.termlnatlon to, stand square-,, before Our.: remedies frequently: fall' but they to.-. The. reason :
: order'-to
./ t. mannfactnreA' the California FIg'lilrap" Co. and'bt .-
remedy for sin never by ,
society: and upright at the bar of his Christ, as the1 they dgn'tfuse/: the tub II, b. ;,,t eM + %
own conscience these are the two ''fal . I. ;came there ar.1 j none' la1 J the house J..t buy the genuine article and to get Its beadleiel'eteets, ode haf'. J a -t

great lessons) for us from the character they" God's are':'silences never the'psay'be.silences long 6f forgetfplnoee. but- Now I'am building; small cottages for Mme'r-. t; :: .only to,note.',men purchasing the..fullnameof, the CompanyCallfbrnla -.*i ']

of Christ; and the mighty truthJWlt.hili poor people anAthe.front, of every o/I ter'

human'which conduct all embraced.else In the world. ot. A little thorn 'may rend" the 'flnest tub. No-w we will call'on'' ,those-peo" j'w, package.* ''-rice.We.per: tottte.- . ''One- sUe,only..l. f' t. ; ;?It (pr.I; .

To be holy is to be stAct1ed-.that fabric; 110 -pray'; 'IItUe sin. mar the pIe one day and'see that I tun right" .. 'Of . ".1" ".... <
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Is to say pure.', Not merely purity before fairest souL. ." Mr. Watson went.to-"one .of:these ,." ",- "
that 'There may be movement, but.therpi that the- bathtub
men ,but,'radical"; purity cottages and found J
k really back to the root- of things ii be.. no progress In traveling without bad'been carefully'';packed-with/earth.
goes

a.' through and that'enables the. grace the ofGoo''man to In.be Jesup, ,fit. Gratitude-God. la." the* the'fIJrMt1'fbl'o soul''and f .tbe omwhJ and "a' lovely' 'garden geranfams8.nFr4- & 'abloom*withfuchsias'and' PU TN'J M, 'D E I EtS SSuaoerae..ooa.bdralrwr..w.an.w.wp.


*** ana Christ Hli Ito Maker stand and before be glad.Htp,.,Fathers PuritY heart h..prlng.of man from)knoweth, none: more. CHX>.Chronlele,: . '..... ..... ....H'r ds.w.arc.oaawnpr .. .wn wnt" artrwa.onsrs-Ha.. e.ra a. w.. oeyr m .. Y e UW 1 'uw. rM "

1&, of.aoap"and travan
"i, not merely matter In the of
In arms
We sleep' peace
water b.t.t Inward wholesomenae.Christ *'hands Boil when i we yield ourselves, tip, ,to .

,are,alrtyvwlth car"'not the jjrhether molder's clay.: He U1I'1'rQ'flcSeDoe..111al\ dallghUol, coq-,
;yf .1 mercies 1tui'iiftuiiiNi11C
His no morerpMiefidd
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sullied olonsness
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and is
does .weep. every sofled, .V" :Imr'
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;," N PJaora IL : BaeeNF Blndetarrr O T ,Slnrletarry J K Chandler C: II ( 'dhaodleI W ', . 'I.llavm. :
"rca ....Q W BarnMBA : ..R. Blade W. ,-., Strickland A JAylveater : . Cb.ndlerWW CatnpbelIChat a' .
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