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: November 23, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00256
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL ., .. .


COUNTY': J EXPERIMENT[ STATION.. :' I' j, .

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Tomato Seed'' 1kds..S@nI)1nat Of. "- 71 :

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L r Local Ifappalrgs Tbrowahout t". CO..f'f (BrU sFAWCxt't'' .)' I . .
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Young-tomato plants In'teed I beds 1
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I 'ji I are' frequently quit .erlou.lhIDlured ;
I. by "rust" due to fungus known as ,
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Whittier. u In whom we are well pleased. says his .
From Alternarla solanf This may be prevented '
school getting along fine flow successfully by thoroughly '
IM'-O.: .t. C. was accosted on the streets : Miss Uortencevlirack. who bas been spraying the seedlings with Bordeaux I Dry Goods r

I Itf,Of,our city last Wednesday by aK absent from school for the4' past three mixture. The fungus lives on the surface : .
worthy citizen from an adjoining pre months on account of her mothers and in the interior Of the .leaf, ,

tlvent and the query was propounded j illness. 'will',, commence. her studies. forming at first mere do...,.whlcb later, ,.
.,:' ut I should explain bow our people again soon enlarge to brown Irregular rusty
ft managed! to vote with such unanimity Miss EmmaTUon was. -out, of.school looking areas. In moist weather. the : ARRIVING ;
and correctness on what. was' to them two days last week., rusty. areas. may assume velvet appearance .
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Mr. Dau Smith. is a pupil of our' .
a .complex: question I e the drainageamendment. due to the development of -
'- My reply was that a school now. numerous snores.Preventlve ,
weresub Miss Jerusbla Tlndallspent. lastTuesday . ...t.b. .
&i .large number of our voters : measures "N only - _. ,
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SJribersto the Valley. '' Gazette. and night with Miss Hortenoe practicable. be
v. means J.hatcan employ
i that they carefully perused tbeoolumns and. Ruby Brack. ed in combating tomato. rust and simi A.,C .L is Trouble at Way a tnmrmTTnrmmmt.flimmmnrmmmrWTUmntmm' !' ' " ' ' '
Mr. Dave Uaulerson It moving his
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diseases.
; that valuable journal knowing that I Spraying the seedlings: cross Wth.Workmen.
'...while the peculiar position: in which family back to their ofd, home near in the seed bed Is a preventive measure .

'ate editor was placed might render ,Adna this. week. We are sorry to andl"'lmport.aDoem"" y be..dlI The. strtks. ot' the Atlantic Coast Goods-New '
)Iklm a non-combatant be would stillgive > have them gone from among our understood from the following; considerations line yard. switchmen, which comueo- I New Goods
the such Instructions ranks. ORANGE BLOSSOMS. : eed In ,
,r' to public as I ,I Way cross, GaVi'last Saturday ,
y., .would enable them to vote the ticket i' 1 When the fungus Is Just .1huUlJ continues.. As waeeipeotedthe

J'with as much intelligence as any ext on the surface before I it has entered yard, including every track. In the E FALL LINE READY; ':FOR INSPECTION!
t pert In the county; our appreciation Southport Happenings.Mrs. the leaf It. can be" ecsljy'' killed; but "west end" "east end" and 'middle: \.
of this fact Is building our district up .' K. J. Brown..Mrs. R. D.''D"rlggers after It has once entered the leaf tissue yard," has been blockaded since the E.'YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL ,
: 'to a standard not. acquired Wf! .thosewho her and formed the rusty. spot it continuesto strike went on. E .
daughter Miss. Eva, and '
''>'. think! they can't afford to pal the Master Marvin visited Pleasant Dilloemet.erJ' grow internally and enlarge the The usual number 'of long freight Our Fall Line of DRY GOODS !
; 'dollar per ,. In supporting Saturday afternoon for the spot even when tbe leaf Is covered rains from six different lines pulledIn E SHOES. ,'OTIONS1" ',
f:,fc: We think weoanoot afford to-be of planting. flowers th.Ifra"e. with Bordeaux mlxture...-,,Bordeaux during last Saturday night, and and FURNISHINGS la now complete: ,
g Without it and tbe .manadvantages. purpose. of some of their relatives on and mixture; is'of value ID this ease, not when the locomotives were out loose == We have a vary strong line of SHOES in the Shoe, ; ,
r we entoy\ from the use of its columns friends. 100Clul'I01& spots. already formed, but In the long string. of cars were left standoff = Department having just added the. Famous Walk-Over. "
more than repay us for the amountex- preventing other spots' from forming.: on the sidetrack.. E Shoe' to line. ; '
our
pended and time consumed In reading Mr. John and .Jim Davis came down 2 When the seedlings have become Trainload after train load- of !:::
it. Tbe Ignorance thati.called. bliss yesterday to spend the day with their Infected with rust lo the seed bed It Is perishable goods are at Waycross, ,.
and the folly to be wise-creates many brother Mr. O. W. D..I. transferred with tb_ plants to the field says the Savannah: .News,, and there i E Agency For: IW.IIp..r l
.. ludicrous blunders which places the Jack frost ..Idted''OUl' :community where U continues to do much '.damage I. no help to do the necessary swltch-

former In. many an awkward position last week and injured the egg', plants Tbe rusty areas enlarge and the lug that the perishable. freight. may be E 'DodcI r......... C. W'DA"N', N"l
and reminds me of an anecdote that pretty bad. ' Infection spreads until. the plants. are started out to Its destination. e Nhes : '
I was related of a young nan who for Mr. U. 15. Brown .-as sold his crop very materially injured- The disease Superintendent of Transportation, .tee lead Bn..,_r e..a+rrbndr .
the first time dined out. When be returned of oranges to Mr. Ed and,, Jim Bron-. U aUo.mich' harder to combat In the Brand Is In WaycrOss.. The master ,

be said: "Mai! Ma,! "they bad son. : field because of the larger. area to be of.trains, the general lard master 1111111111111111iil1111111111111111l11Jl!< 111111111111l11111 thti111I& i '
something they called gravy, but It SOME!: OTHER DA y. sprayed.' D"- and two or three conductor* have .
wasn't a bit better than our sop" It Is therefore hl h,1mpo that been assisting in keeping the mainlines
a and ,,minus us that we,, should procure There, am I>. wonderful things we are the seed beds should be thoroughly open for passenger. trains. and
all the Information. that. printed going to do v sprayed. even before any. sign of the this isabout all. the ,switchengines '
matter can give us?, and subscribingfor Some other day rust appears. . The first ,spraying have beeen doing. iEk *uOc.A. *"*r..! -.5..5udc-...-<*-....*" "*- MuAue4a6u1k. "A .* '.If'
; our county Journal is' one.of themeans And harbors we hope totdrlft'intoSome should be done as soon. as, the -mle..f -., v J' '
, dissipate other day t'a1r. CARLQATj CARLOAD JK 'i;
whereby we Ignoranceand is well lormed. The frequency of the State ; .
I keep pace with the progressive I I I With folded bands and oars that trail .grayingnecessary to prevent rust depends 1.1
, spirit of the age; Try it ye non-sub Vfe watch and 'wait. for favoring on conditions of weather. and. Tampa.Nov.22.Never before' in
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scribers who borrow your neighbor's fflt.Ie : moisture. Jit should: probably vary the history of the South bas a state I ''M ;
I 'paperin.tead of having one of your To. tbe folds of an idle sail. from'twice a week In !moist rapidly. air been beld equalling the Florid HORSES$ -LE S ,

o own. Come out of your shell, send Some other day",, trowing,'weather-to. once a week or State Fair at Tampa which closes ,

to your dollar and thus prove yourself We know ..e must toil If'ever we 'win once In'' ten days In drier,, cooler Thursday; November 29- -Thanksglvog I '
\ worthy of citizenship among us Some other day weather Bordeaux ,mixture of the Day, which is known as 'Dro.D JUST ARRIVED AT l'
I by aiding. to keep our editorial bannerafloat. But we say to ourselves.there .Is. time formula: 3 pounds coppersulphate Day; ," I n honor of the worthy .Free(. t, ,
,1 .. to begin. and 3 pounds of rock lime to gallons dent of the Fair Association. This
( anks.Dro. O. will.I am sure Some other day of water has proven.. successful asa day will be one of the,, most brilliantof '
) four explanation be entirely And so,deferring we loiter on stronger solution In preventing the the entire period. Stmiiy South Stables: : -

.satisfactory and your suggestion' Is until at last we find withdrawn rust. Bee bulletin ,,76, page 238 of the Nonday, the beginning of the second f. 1
. well timed and to the point.-Editor. ) Tbe strength of the hope we ,,leaned Florida Agricultural Experiment week: of the Fair found every exhibit /
Whittier items can be consolidated Station* for directions la making In absolute readiness,, and visitors 'These Mules l
'In a very small space this _k.I .-*- upon.Some other day Bordeaux mixture From other 1t.Meedeolare that never , are. dlrgct,from the farm.YounIeind"welt: brokenB' 'o' .;

I Madam Rumor is again spreading Spraying seed beds with Bordeaux have they beheld such an array of .41, The ..Horses art'ai'well..broken and 'food ffeneral 1 "" 9 ,:..
lAr wings, this time 'soaring over a And when we are old and our race )is mixture In addition to preventing rust products nor seen more, remarkable: purpose Horses 'If want
inVposed trade that Is to be made between ,i.ronSome will also prove beneflcfal\ preventing airusement 'attractions.,.. The great }'oct+ a Horse or': Mule,.

citizen Arch and Floyd ofPw otherday------- 'Infection x>f otheriungt;-.ucb- as White CUfHippodroiBe l +the featuresof ';J 5-! --- : --1Iow1'-1ht"tin. .. . .ef'fta tD:' ii fP;; >. :. '; .'.4'-'" .
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w. ret for the that - .
mighthave .
things alone '
I born the latter gentleman is to purLebase leaf mo Id (CI ado.porluo nfulrum. h.llnb cost 920,000 for two '# .. (,' ;v .. ,
t from the former his stock: ofgoods been done In case of "damping off," whicTPTT lir 6lU-et-na* attracted ''thousands. To : .' 11I"-' : ;

and good will In trade*. < Some other daytve due to certain fungi and not to bites many, the statement that tbe ',.....ul'M' ,-L.. 'He' INGIRAM Manpr' k
r, .M,. Information ,is that by some trace the path. that, leads us.where of Insects. as is often .., the of the are overdrawd but h ., ;
suppose
mysterious means bogus ballots were The beckoning bands of grim' despair bed should be worked up to make' the .,. .hippodrome. old showman attending siesninYniF" -_... ............; ...?wnP'Y. .?P-1v'.e; . .

iorwarded to several. ot the precincts Leads us yonder out of here. surface soil dr,.and loose and shouldbe the Fain-makes' this declar .. _. : : .. ; : "Irfo :.::

and the returns Invalidated. from their Some other. 'day sprayed with an amcnoniacal solution .. Ion. The horse "races, in which . .111., ,.IIllL.5" v.S : .
,
tCecu The writer is unable to conceive I of copper carbonate ..b.1 formula more than .thoroughbred,. harness I, : ,
[bow such an error could have been and running horses are participating \ r'
for which is;I ft ounces Of copper car. ,"'.
bade, but suppose that the responslEtTlty i Echoes From Pine Grove.. bonate, 3 pints of ammonia of 29 deierees have also attracted thousands and A. ". ,

should rest upon some official A few of 'our- school--girls.. Helen strength to 60 gallons of .water. will continue to do. so. Never, was "! S ' ', ? Ii.

hot being conversant with the matter, Miriam and Bertha Bass, had quite a See bulletin 76, page 23!* of Florida. better racing\ seen south of Jxuilsvllle. sdiiooi-: ; .
however, will simply observe that. an Agricultural Experiment: Station. for Thousands of visitors from Floridaand 1.,"
little fire In the woods Tuesday while
:avestlgatlon. should be made and the directions preparation of this fun other. states are. being oared. for ' r..
making. for dinner. Out Wednes-
Ease thoroughly I sifted.; : tea successful gloide. in a most. acceptable manner, and it is
"they-were therebeing
I :n>s orange crop on the Drawdy I d more cake., and 9 hoPed that readers ot this paper SUPPLIES L
tea ooffeo postum, :
plantation bas assumed the golden 0', will take. advantage of the low rates I
in abundance. Miss Johnstonvent Tberes Wo BeaaosiWbv
loolor which betokens maturity. pie out and had coffee with them.'Mr. offered by' the railroads and hotels ,
I The Patriarch. has not followed the Dan most your baby should be thin and and attend the Fair before the closingon .
ruinous custom of disposing of. hisrep Barber a here prominentroung fretful during the night. Worms are Thanksgiving Day.Thaliksgiving .,
spentSunday with '
man
10 an unmatured state.. . the cause of thin sickly babies. It Is 'H. : :
friends ,
little of Mr. and Mrs.' Lem natural that Prodamation. _
61 The son Mr. and Mrs.; T. A. Bass and .Chip a healthy baby should : I .
..... to
Btepnens died on Wednesday be fat and Sleep-well It .jour baby ,wA '
In cu.tom
dren
We had a frost Wednesday morning I spent Sunday. very pleasantly. does not-retain'. its food: .dOD1tex- accordance witn a sacredIn Full Line of School Supplies, ?
friends and relatives.
here with the of the of Florid .
people ,
Heavy enough to wilt tops but with colic "cures'"'and other memory '
potato pertinent ; Tablets Slatei Ffenctls
Bines I Mrs" Lmwls and children spent Sunday I.hereby appoint Thursday the 29tb Etc./ '
do not appear to be killed: medicine but try 'bottle' of white.Cre..m rpm
with .
Rull. .
afternoon Mrs. Bass.Mr. dar of of thanksgiving
November as a day -
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A trip to the fishing banks by thetodies R. Tucker a popular. Vermifuge.and you will soon and And I recommend will be found 'at the
< young prayer. i7
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of the Drawdy mansion aooombiled see baby have color and laugh
your '
I man of St. Petersburg spent last Monday to all the people of this Sta'e that onthat "J
Mrs. Mamie Drawdy resultin as-It should. Sold Rob
by ,
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here* w by Arson day, in devout assemblies in their '
Mr the capture of over one hundred.. Miss Nellie Partln{ spent Saturday Pharmacy., i respective places worship, and. inglad .
f the tribe principally t.rou'Thecleer.
finny night with Miriam Bass.. gatherings around family firesides .OsrciBola) Phar; 8 .
and the dears .
on the range Modern Progress In New ;York Y..:
hunters paridlse have ,been keeping Mr. ie-Partln spent; Sunday I : they give thanks to Almighty : +
night with Miriam Bass- ' God for the which fills L :
prosperity our
K-etty. close during the vast week so ''Ollloe' building 26 stories high; 0011-
Kat nothing of an importatnt.. nature Mr. Kirby Smith and John Partln taming a thousand. offices. Many.; land with plenty and for. a civilisa rv v er, eyv..
passed through Pine Orovef after '. \ Lion which endears and. consecratesassociations VVVVVVV
with .
Helatlna to either. is In order. painted the L. & M. : \ .
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few hours in of home. _
pending a town. .
Hotels block '
Several pf hunters took covering acity :: con
the 81."John's; our young hunting grounds but Mr. Robert Sumner of Adna.. made taming 1.4oO rooms subway travel 45 And further.r ommend. that. the \ ..'

(turned without. any came. a short visit here with- friends'' I..tw'i miles! an Dour.. ;' .t, '. people make ready for this festival If. . . .. .. t. . . t +. .. I . . .. . I'. It . i', .. .'t'.. 't . .'
? This Is modern r with love, which binds all hearts and
t. We are now having what may befined : R. Donegan' ..and Young 'Tlndall L. & M. P.ID' progress brightens all home.; and with charitythat
'f dry spell but as cane KtloAKr is modern."progres
a
i will soon be In order well, I'll brought up a fine bunch of beef cattle paint. blesses alike both tLe giver and Right of Way St bJes. '
t KT' t tell the re....' !, tor hull Bass from the, "fre-famed" 'Buy oil fresh from.'the' barrel. r.04 the receiver, so broad that it shall ; MPLOYD
EiVckla* Bass or those 'err ploed' by ranch' Hopkins- Mr. Tlndall says add it to the Calf M. Faint' which '. reach ftp needy ones to the State.. '
Enpassed through our city Sunday they are the finest cattle brought, up semi-mixed. I'' Given under my band and the Great.) J ,
fcrnlng with about two .hundred bere In seventeen years 4 gallons L. & M.>?mixed "It.h'3 gal Seal of the State. at Tallahassee. the SMITH "
S. CO. Prop's.
lad of beef cattle. Helen Bass and her' mother spent Ions Linseed Oil at 60 cents a gallon, Capital this 6th d&'.of November in : \?3"VI

bur swamp is nearly( drained. inEM Sunday visiting friends Peghorn.. makes actual cost of paint less ,than the year of our Lord One 'Thousand ::8____ to'stAXTIN THOMAS..
of our voting to theoontrary. and Carrie Stokes and mother hare been tl.20 per gallon . Nine Hundred and Six,, and of the 'Inaependence ,
sick for the few days butbave of the United States the .. .
Er democratic rooster appears took very past" \ ; If tbe slightest defect exists. In the '
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that we were certainly defeatede recovered.: ,. L. A M. Paint that. bas been used OD one hundred and thirty-flrM year. \
election-. .Thl. Is a bard week on the pupils as any house, it will be repainted for 4. v,,,, N, B, HOWARD, .. New, Horses. New Buggies( Nei' Carriages ti
*be health of our community apKrs they are havlcg: examination. Miss nothing.- ,' (auLOovernor.. .. ;
to be all that. could be desired. Johnston thanks them very much for Sold b..W, B. Maklnson. .4 Co. By, the Governor; Attest: ,
the earnest way in which most ot them H. CLAT CBA '
tTFORD
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IB '' any more Kissimmea NEW' EVERYTHING I I
utWhlttieryouwill have to.wait have applied themselves.. 1 'RoTi16t.h-Smo; . V Secretary of State. 0..
Ell o I.: ". P. .G. },t., .i
next week. "I tTec14y' -- -
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Stands Pat
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Tile...'. Wo U... ... An '
I t' Attractive Exhibit,
Narcoossee Item?. Talking'you Heroine New York. No.embel'20-C'llobrlf' : : WIlen'YOD want a'First J -Class Turnouts us '
can't beat
for .
call : : ,
Osoeola co'unty has ,in< her exhibit Stewart of the Constitutional Leaguetoday ,. Hp. ,
marooossee 1s on the boom., the liver.; The greatest regulator ever ., the State. Fair one1 I feature wblc made public cablegram. from '

very one Is engaged,.in the orange- offered to suffering humanity.' If you. attracts as much, If not more attention President Roosevelt declining to suspend .PHONE. ;81.. "
.. suffer from liver complaint, if you are '
than other exhibit: in I the main the
Br.Quln' and' Grant Bass, -also Dillons and fretful, its your liver, andBerbine building.any This is the largeglass troops >orderdischarging. the, negro Ml vtlM *it'i f I M > > *f | 4 ** > r_ t'at I
Bpver 'Tlndall and Lewis Dunn ,are will put It In Its oroper con.dl..lon. 'stocked with ,
, aquarium native fish Tbe President replied to Stewart's ,
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King for Mr. J. M. ',-DlokiMsrs. 'A posittveoure for Consumption fresh '
oranges from our water, .lakes. There I Ialways fa mess.get -4. r' -
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Biliousness, Dyspepsia and all .
o. a crowd around thisaquar "Un 1'1'the facts known to iDe''' are
.nd.'C'
; .John rl, KnnU are Ill. due to a torpid liver.Try a lam, watching graceful movementsof shown to be false, the order,'under no .
ding a new store boue and will bottle and you will never use anything the fish as-they '
gracefully glide clreumstaooesv be revoked and I
Bn go into 1f8DeI".11IIeI'ChaodlA." else'* Sold by' Robersons' Peamany. through ,thewater.' Among shill not for one moment consider suspending . NEW GROCERY: -. L
K. Marion Tlndall.. just finished the different kinds of fish- represented 1C on the simple allegation. ,Si2. ;, OJ

E DeW M* Tb.. are the trout, perch, bream, and oat, that there are new feats, until neb . .
F. W. jrwnUy''( WoedfromBngUnd A. C;, L Reduced foes to U* ,Fox.Tba with which$ our waters so ''plentifully new facts arc. laid before meV .We.have 'Just opened asap at. Bandy' !Nit'
much' 1m- Bandy's..
Y8l7'' abound. Commissioner t
Van Dmxor Inform h..ta.DeW '' :
jTBil In bealtn. psst'Mrs.' Atlantic& Coast Line will sell also hast In the aquarium i .' curiosity fags to have" tbens. persons la shape to lay '' old. stand; with a full stock of fresh +. j',

Wrs. J. M. Johnson, tickets to Tampa and return dally} adept lothesbape of a turtle with two..II- before me on my return and I will then FANCY AND :JfAMII/ft; .1. ;GROCERIES'' ; 1f:7'&lie -:' '
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bad
BrtkVwhO'.haa' been 10'v. SatanI.. and 8I1D4..11)OI defined mouth f; which' ooutes In, ': .for consider whether farther action .wlll 1j
Ffc .all the past summer and fall N'oYember14th to MIl Inclusive, -.' respectfully 101181. abare of i"'Wtroosgr .
at the 1U.full. share of attention. be called: lor." '' the pablte' 'J."t'.. ; ,, :
'rfrovUur. slowly. Mrs..iJoboaoo of fare 7ft - 3faa d JJ '. ", .. .
rate for .
one plus cents the Y .y'rw toilifpeq ot ,: ;
kfoff her .orange -grove' ,newly round trip limited November 30th. .X Osmrasiteed C rs>tP PII' ,, stood .... Tat 28 Yeat* .. "'*" .. .... -tbo.. ; .=fI. J.;'. '.....:. 'J'' ''f'; ..1.1i ._.L.J., .?. ',
v . f" ,
HBIare Minimum rats $LOO..rAl1 ;'tickets: Include Itching'; >blln&\.bleeding,'. protruding The old. original;Grove's :ITastetsss ,: ''' ,' tf: 1/ "
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dt. ---T"'H.T'E PER1: U see a grill look in her">J'n.: STORM WAS;,0 SI j I

( b) ( :-, ''"l nm not>n.'to'meet:'troubles half I

?:,,' ; :; : ls"'weirto'TjJT.be,: 'be said prepareoVT in explanationbut: ;' It Details 'of Cyclone 'and ,. a' ::1 A
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'f "j ,*, ,.!); V i, about,to spcofc ofir ,",, Done .Over ...WId.. (Artt. ,
":Ot'' you i-1 nde"and }. Mohlook.replied ,:f vAn .' \.

; RICHA' Rn 'WR.y h myJTvlfp,, 'I-sitonld; ., Ulce' Jo spywhat 1 \, 'TOor.e Detailed eports1;; SNOW
((9NjR is in toy failui concerning them" ceived
front
. "Speak freely" 1.. Mid., There have those; portions
,.,. never' been nny;< , !",. _----- -- -. . 11114 ther'e'should be none now when' and wes.t 'Tennessee,' swept ,
: a happy event is approacbing1.1"1-- wind ""and" "fabY Uit "
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A VIQTIM ..OF :c-IRC'VMSTANT L EVIDENCE .It has.(fjeen Ja uymlnd: ( /or' some eight and Sunday. the ,. M
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little time: past but t was not sure, and t'r..... in seriousness. -
1 indeed, am cot.ure now, .. uncle ,- .
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.. ( ., our; th<* entire district, Ie undor, -
says nothing: in either 'Q 'hie ietitrs of MIHJHATISM,CUTS RUIn, I r
J a of ooverel '
. ,. .. Eunice's t'h l1.emeDt"'I' '-'' v: '{ depth feet. ,A SURE I CURDroD I OLD SORES COD!,BUM.k, dv -
:S y' :8. L. F..A.e.: EO "II. cannot begn'srpotlt Sfy letter ""final !,Rlreams are leaving CALLS. BRUISES, CONTRACT'

to Him, "written and- ; many/ of the poorer ED1 MUSCLES, Lll't BACH, STIFF JOINTS, HtOSTXD, FITT.. Ill' Yf
:EU o atmoMaatuaMMHfl: : :: t 6,00' ago BBJUO uou a o'otra on the any the cDRficemcnt I -
.. una.a. sons, as well| as scores of BVXNSp SCALDS. ETC
----'- -- '--- was entered into, remains, I am
"foTVP'cffffl flP Qfl'QflflflfTfl] I lAt AAl1AAAAGCQtllApq: : afraid unopened in his lawyer's office have bten forced' from their AN ANTISEPTIC that stops IrrKatlon; 'lubcJu.. ''Wa,.-.
I tp \r..ondon." by ,the rising// waters, seeking. motion and drives: out Pain. ,
trUAL'TEB IV.Continued. and we judged bis age to be ..tblrty.From1 "Tlierc! appears to'be a close intimacy In. many InsUinces In Trees z
Vl J. bis convcrsaUou It 'was :('t\r : between him end Mr. ;?'fortIO k," Every effort Is being made PENETRATES the Ports,"loosen the Fibrous Mudu.aatun1 Tissues, promotes t
free of the Blood, giving the
On tbe diy that Mr,CJanrontld: ;'Alllked that be'had' seen a, Rood deal ef the .'Yrs,. mydear, and 1 am sorry to move them to places of lIaf e1ut Gk1.a circulation
elt me the Imnd..of Eunice for bI lI'OD. world/ ; and when t Invited: him to stay I, hint so.'' cause of 'the' continued
I.wrofe to these lawyers: saying that with us 'as long as be wished to remain ,"It would not surprise me to.lrarn, work of resctia Is ... Jy
I had something 'of, interest to. communlcate In tile neighborhood be accept..citbl that /it fa nu AflTcctlouate> intimacy. slowly *'

': ,to)Mr. "VVllmot.. ayd :;bat .I *! Invitation with cordiality. Notli. UIII'"rat letter'aud tbe terms In which To add to the seriousness,
should feel obliged-- 'I'tbens If they log, of,course" was said by us as to 'the, Mr. Mo'rtlock speaks of biro are almostan Situation, ttio weather Is CURED OF PARALYSIS ; ,

)iwonld give me bra address Their reply . duration of his vl 1lt., I looked, upon\ assurance of..tljls. \ytether, 1 '''ni ter cold and'much' suffering ,ls .
was to the effect that they bad received him us much my uncle's guest AS ours right or wrong lir lay) nurmlsi', your ipated.. a W. s. :Bailey, P. 0.: Tree; Texas writes "My'wife in-
paralysis
had been five yesrswith
suffering
strict Instructions from their and bo was welcome to remain as Hong uncle certainly has a very bleb opinionof ,'>.
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JFronr WInoiia, Mabem and her arm/when I'was persuaded to use
client: to give: his address abroad to no as It suited his convenience and pleas Mr,' Mortlo k.'' ten, Ml..; more complete Snow Liniment. which effected a complete cure. I
person -whatever, and that they could tire Wblcb 'now. ,*' 1 said not ihored, and have alto used it for old sores, frost. bite and skin p
snake no 1 exception my favor. 1 fie was soon at ease with us, and by me.- .; I"Ere' received in each eruptions. ,,lt docs the work." tr
wrote acalu/ asking, If I tent a letter we with blm. My wife pronounced *1"or by me, I" regret to ''aay.'.>. 1 I amount. of damage is, BEST LINIMENT Oft.. EARTH' ONCE TRIED ALWAYS ,"'au. "
to Mr. Wllmot .under cover to tb'm\\ hini 'to be a gentleman; and 1 concurred knew it pained her to make the admission front ltd t at first reported a REFUSE :JILL SUBSTITUTES '
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:Avbcther they would forward it to blm. Mile. Kognlle-sald that bo. was ; it was :grief to her to think ill alive estimate' placing 'the THREE SIZES : 25c, 50c 'and $1.00 '
They replied tbat here againthe In. "delightful,"? .and was1: '' not backward of any.'person. "Does it occur to :r'ou. pee to the three towns .at, $ :
structlous.under which they acted wer* In showing him attentions.Mr' Itlchard,'that your uncle bad any' liP'- Throughout country' : : BALLARD SNOWLINIMENT'CO.
1 so strict"and peremptory that they Mortloek bad much to tell asof clal pbJect in asking us! BO strongly to tween these towns many ST. LOUIS U. S. A. '

:could up t';depart from them. All,let.ters Mr.AVIImot, "?, whom be evidently make's friend of Mr.' ilortlock tlements have- been de '
Tt-hlctf'" they .received fotMtn.: knew better than wo'did. 'He dilated "No: ," I replied. historic plantation homes

K I V not were/'dropped/ In' aeal'd.bose", of upon( my uncle's uniform, kindness and "I am glad to bear you say that; but f.l her' completely' wrecked POLO ,AND' RECOMMENDED,..BY. : I
+ :which he had the keys. Once more' 1 consideration others upon his sound think. Bring our.dear Eunice,! Into the <3 ;A wrote Inquiring whether they were : opinion .of men 'and things, ,upon his question. sawmills and-- la fact?. every Sale s't' ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE:',

b expecting Mr., Wilmofs return home, rlpt Judgment and Incidentally, upon I dIvined: ber trouble' Immediately; plantation'structure, is
and tvltbln what time. In reply they line strength, of cbaractera"What ) ""You'tblnlc'that h bodber lu ,Tlcif throughout" this district, Tile
Mated tbttt they did not know wben 1 ndmlrokln him," said Mr.Mortloek : when lie caked us to make Ill",, ),Jort'; itation continues with no
be would return.. Dotting:: was left for "Is that once:;,having takena lock tvelcome-; our borne?" abatement.Vh t unbarvested KISSIMMEE I
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'me to dobut; tol5Xlle to Mr.. Wllmot, certain view, once having reealredupon 'It Is my fear," said my wife.I were' In the fields are now ,
a certain course, be is not to be reflected. The suggestion bad never '
'acquainting blm with th e fact of: my to be a'total loss 1
daughter's engagement, aid giving him turned from it by any./ arguments that occurred me, but wIth every-passang l
Memphis
In the reel plat Ion
very Information In my power of tbe can be advanced against it." moment of time it. gathered weight: p :EO'UTE'
t standing and. character, of the family During1'tbe'week' a small matter now tbat mywife bad! mentioned It. Friday until Monday .
Into which she was about to marry. In somewhat; ruffled me. 1 was taking- "It Is possible," i said.gloomily reached a, maximum, of 7.42 "
'this letter"-made'a delicate reference tile letters out of tbe postbag preparatory "It: ix more than possible Richard: It and the continued rainfall STEAMER ULi.lE!:, STEAMER ROSEADA: .+ %
to the subject of settlements: and said to sending them'to the postotlceby | is probable, and II r. Mortlock's behavior wrought great havoc in 'the t&JQ Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr:. ,

4 bat lot my"'Interviewwith ';.ir.- Clan. the bands of' Ssnniet >Fleetwood, seems to favor It." the ImmediatevleIDIt,. \ veekly trips to Basslnger s-d return. Iloseada leaves 1tI....
ronald I had been compelled'to when Mr, JJortlovV said: ... "Unt before he arrives," .! said' "be Milos of railway trackage : )' morning ,and arrives Klsslmnee Friday evening

u, ,for a postponement this branch': of "I beg your pardon. have dropped., will have read my letter announcing bridges have been washed Charter Trips to Lake Ok er>obee and Fort Myere on be IJUle
the matter until my.uncle returned to a'letter by mlstakq Into tbe bag." ber engagement''witb' Harry.8nrejr( ephone and' telegraphic accommodation tor passengers. Rates reasonable.
England. I dispatched toy letter to There wet not more than six or seven In the face of that-" I paused, tee lion demoralized, and street, ,most picturesque Waterway In Florida, Q.
. the lawyers,' with a len.lt.of Intense .In .all, and Mr. Mortloek selecting the bug, from tbe expression on my;wife's fic blockade (6 'such an Passenger and Freight. Rates apply to '
MtlsfacUon at tbe,idea that It would one to which be referred, took It from face that'1. was making no fnpresslon. Oll- several lines operations CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor
Ib'dropped' In a sealed box .lId wOUld tbo little pile and punt In' hu pocket. upon her. .". temporarily 'suspended. On board "IJllle" Klsslmmes. n...
be read by'my.uncle heaven knew! It was quite by..ecI4ent.. 1 saw "I a ir-.o much impressed," she sail, I W\plf\ river, a small stream, 4
,[ >, hefa. It was addressed to 'my uncle., 'Mr! : "by a.''certain phase In.,yonr, uncle's. sing eastward or'the city is .. .. -. ,
'. i.; "} It was with a feeling of joy thnt one :Mortloek, I concluded, was acquainted character wblcb''has been dwelt upon Us, bank And flowing Into
wltb uncle's address, ''of which 1 by Mr.,''Mortloek-Imean in regard to .11 'k
.' toornlng, 'noaong my letters, I recognised my fclrrlselppl; l river, the overflow II
tandwrltlng of Mr. WJlul t, was kept Ignorant, and was In cone bis.being1: .el !-wllled and, pbstlnate! -- d
Ills letter,.irhlcb trend pvfcb engcrntM mUDl atloB fwt,blm. "whereas.: I,.wasdebarred when" once bo boa made up the mll d- already carried with It over ten >rxu rw
'4 p ,and anxiety, was addressed from'Nol" from-'the 'privilegeIt'wasT that' t cannot banish my fears.:, it is Kond togs valued at $100,000.. ((1 I

'way, and lu it 1 received tb, Welcome'<: as I have said' a small matter but It a. painful subject, Richard; do not let vllle a small' town on this' S

A jtlatelllgence\\ ,, we mgbt! ] expect his raffled me. .Our relative positions us dwell upon .It any longer.. Hope }I completely' submerged. .
.reiunl England wltufn three lionths should bare given mo the advantage left to'ws' and we frill cling. 1C'.'. From' 'present' Indications It f '+
,from the date of bis-writing.; 'This Information la''rny' nudo'! confidence, but this advantage This '-con versa tlon mademe Moody lfeved"that fully. 1100,000( 12 tion. Costsu
t enabled me to give a satisfactory ,: -was' held by another" who and unhappy; tbere were so many..contingencies' has been done to' the"road and ; : .

z' .answer to Mr.
'.., In.jhel-cgurift.ft tbfl...dayroade.au.ln. .It-was,ot-ccursevlu m,.power whim; ____"____. _ floods.. .-' -MilliWfs t&Ration
direct reference to the uncompleted tdatl4] Mr. ,)iortlocky V> givepre the Jilnos- incidents which occurred dur- destroyed 'nnd about nine I.
bujlness of my daughter'! >,ttlemeut: a4drMJB" :j>ut Jt epjexlto; ; 01',that tile ing'this day passed lightly off, although levees washed away, .
;It was not tbe tint time that be iiad askinjof such a simple question.ivoaid ont,other occasions I should> have The monetary"losa to the Cy Dr. W. Jlr vans. i
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made such" e, reference; and hitherto be .' violation of my uncle's wishes, deemed them of importance and have (throughout' the submerged .
: $ )" of Pathology In the University of Illinois. ,
.1 bad aJw.1.weS:1.erlence4: a feeling" of and I therefore refrained. 1 consoled estimated them aright: I bad lately will reach many thousands of '

''*jykwaLr "a quite M me ease. .. : \ was .waning,.,fast, and that.myuncle Samuel l fleetwood, and bad advised and .. "
K "'I Ja""',**e lve "dd'ons i Mn'Wllsnot, whoa/ at present In Time; : Indeed, ,,was, flylnz. Two and sold that It would be use ,,.. ---' ,; age earning .capacity of consumptives,- under' investigation,
GIVE WOMEN';THE, \: .ID.the period of unimpaired earning capacity: vas $per.
.Norway, 1ild'w1thtu. three"months..,All mouth bad elapsed slnco Mr. Mortloek less/ns 'doctors could do him "cood; .> "
I- day. In the) class of partial, disability it was 75'cents per
set in'onr and .
fo'ot .e, be evinced but as' bis bad symptoms continued-1
'Z17lmot7" put I. Request of Federatloji of ),: I ; and in the class of total disability l
)inclination day. ; nothing.
,;': ,"Mr. jtold Mr.-Clanronald; BO to an end to his visit. desired our own physician to see and NIIii: r
Strong Resolution. We may fairly assume that tbee+st.or living in the second -
...,1.1D a toneVef\ J11qulrfj;; and it was oufy Not in the .rometest manner'.eould) 1 examine F eetwood. The 'pbJlld4J1' '
-" The! Afflericnx Federation class was CO( percent higher than in the firsthand that it
"'Illen It' struck' me.that 1 lied ...aenr give him a-uint upon, the subject It report was, melancholy ,tenough. He '
,mentioned wjr,.uncle's name), b f.re to would bave been breach: ot hospitality represented our faithful servant's case bor.; in convention' at utbe, patient reached'the third clasn. by reason of the care re-
: 1''': .Wm thero bel,.',- -.fdeed'no': special<< i' and yet 1 felt ,that bis"vlslt bad to hopeless, saying be bad heart disease 'declared for 'woman's suffrage There are but wage-earning, families In tbo United' States, that.
\ ,Teatoa for It* been unduly prolonged. I did pot feel and could not live through- the one: dissenting ,vole. Tbo' the pauperizing possibilities of tuberculosis. j

14 ."My mother's. brother,".I sold, twao nt my ease nor did my wife and daugh year ? vi adopted. resolution whlch, careful investigation'and study of leading authorities, I elltlm te' the
", Ass mad till most handsome promises ter. There were reasons for this dis i"Old. you Inform,blm'' "t- 1(1'II<< . the Judiciary committee of the ,earning 'capacity, aside, from the Increased cost of living ot tu
:A, c' In respect to Eunice's. future.;' omrort.'J. quired. of representatives to report the : patients as 'follow.: There,nre 1 SOO.CCrO! 'persons' in ue, Unit.'d

*!s. 'Xw,' 7,*4.UI4 )Cr. Clan onatd,. and First, It appeared to me that Mr. '.It was' scarcely necessary," replied! resolution providing _for .u; ..with tuberculosis.! ., Of these )(;0.000 are tn' tbe first year.'It x
\ fi neeiued t4 ponder; upop the name, and Mortloek :was boo, strongly Attracted the pbyelclan"He: has, been for,some the legislatures an amendment saythey are'suffering a loss-of- '10 ..percent In earning capacity or
M not with pleasure, but. .nothing more toward Eunice. Ills attention's to''her time-aware! of his state;' aid hc'loots I constltutlou, of ,the..United ,Stat .. The: aecond'1110,000 are losing: 40'pereent !In earnIng_?::.pneltr or
e'. Was'soid" ,. hl'er-I sad in the third the helpless class, hero remain 280.000 i patients 4
;. were marked by a tenderness which forward..to,the,end Imo.t>vlth lowing women. to vote. _
:My uncle's letter contained something was not agreeable to her or as., There fulness.', : '- lost entirely their earning capacity, representing an aggregate: val'

which I tbea"regarded as'of small Importance ': had been nothing concealed from him ,It will be understood how'deep would ,PEONAGECA8E: IN'TEN $ .00 ,, oo.,, ,Here,Is a loss, annually inflicted upon our country, of. l80-,
s but whlcli; In the near future; lie knew that Unnlee and HarrK Ulan- nave* been the Impression produced .-, , J. !1-
..... was destined to-bring about the peril ronald were engaged, and.bo could motbot'lee upou'' me by this sad. news bad I .not Railroad* Contractor! :, Faces, the economic) loss resulting from tuberculosis, we must also ,
."of 'my .life. It was Included' in the that they.were devotedly attached been so. terribly harassed' by my own States. Court at 'K.noxylll. the,ages at death of'the consumptive classes. Of all people dying
following words: .to each other.Was- It,, then, special anxieties. charge ':l1rteell Mind'sixty'"years: of age tuberculosfs kills' one-third.. ''Profes.
.Trial.or'the
B : "Very' loon after.017 return"to Eng- tbe conduct of an honorable man toIntroduc Before sundown Mile..'Rosalie also ; ,pt' 'states ,th.t'';11 percent of all consumptives-'die between twenty

>.,'"land-It. Is 'my'Intention'to,, pay you a .discordant clement into played her part. .. against It ,B.,,/"OUY.r. an : years of age. Professor Hoffman says. the average age at death.ot
vlalt-at Uoacombe-Xodge.: and to trcs- this engagement In4anticipation u'apass upoa -your Hospitality lore few Eunice took every pains to avoid Mr. had desiring that, he should see Uos- KnOJvlUe.: ,Teno., Monday In a is thirty-two years.. Accepting, these latent figures as a basis, Prc- "
"' days. Meanwhile, yon, can confer 'ant' Morjlockj end had 'lia been either,.an corobo' Lodge at/its best.',! bad given term .of the: United' States : estimates the lofts of ')'e.r. of life In the United. States from*
d! ,.obligation upon niej.: ( bate given Mr.j. observant or' a fatrmludedman'' it instructions to my gardener-which be eour1.1 Jud e Clark) presiding each'year, as.a-tull live"million years. If has beea contended
?I onnrd Mortloct. young centlenivnla ; ) would' bate been impossible for'' him said be could pot carry out alone. 1 defendant' entered a.motion,for Individual 'is ,worth to'the'community each year $50 aside from bis:
whom I, take a deep Interest, and to mistakeber meaning. But Zie/er-: empowered him"to hIre a man to nsslrt tlnuance-which-was"overruled ; the, family 'We;may'therefore estimte the loss by1 consumption, at,
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'. who tot "Uiree months has. been my hlblted consciousness of 1t. and her him. and lie told 'me' lie bad done 110. 'court.' ., .. : ,per' year, tL-o:potential community 10.... .. Ot course the. potential
'companion In my travels, alletret>.lof avoidance; of him Aid tiot'catase him ,to' I was satisiled, to' leave the matter'tohim CONSPIRACY smanyUmes> greater, ?
Introduction to you. which: be will abandon, those mark 'of attention ; be had,been in .my' service many ON '#)
:"I.: .present In person. 1 wish him to be w&lcb'were so distasteful to .''her. )'oars. ''And bad served me' welL All .t i .S \ W_ ,"
J come .acquainted with ron .nd yourremusI Harry Clanrolld'sjealousywae/ : -open. that 1 knew of the man be bad engagedwas Bank ,Officials Are;' Indicted'by ,
-Ii': v Irish rOll tomake a friend; ; ly demonstrated., and tho two men who, his nume-lledrvlng; When'' the . trio ,of ,u'br./Gr.nd' .. .. Patch;of Earth. "Volksmeet"'held upon the .island!
,, .f blm., ;Any; socl/U/ ''courtesies'' sad during tile early part of ..tr. Mortlock'a gardener'came to me on Saturday for of-the. : '! ''near' tq the1' ;Thurlngen very Ascension day. when dancing
i 'tJndness which* yon can above him t : visit were la frequent friendly' ....0I4 wae.I asked! how'.Redwing. .. suited '. The grandJury 1\3. Tr uen.ee.'ca curious andi'Bratwurut eating," washed down
jju.VSball: extended to 'J1ow him. i Columbia ,Monday returned celebrated' phenomenon; by the obligatory beer Is tbe
.. regard as myself. 0n. seldom.exchanged a word. : ,order,of or
1""'", Tai will and hIm an agreeable A\\.d I'must say,that'Mr. Mortlock took,this "Ob, pretty well,-,sir,"?,wl "tbe; reply; ment against-Abner'j: R. floating island ,which;,dis tbe day,-pall Mart& Qazettei '

',' .. 'Cbarmtcg' person, and It nllTafford me In. good.part, and'Jfiatr, so far,af :outward "he/ Isn't nil he made' himself,,cotto mer cashier, of, the Aetna ; at ,will, now' on this and I"
'pleasure toI arn*thaf tbe.'association appearances,,,,went his: demeanor be, but t shall manage.1. 1" ') and Trust company of Butte side of the ;'Hautsee- I Plucked by MaChinery; %

trr-.' baa been rijutualiy pleasant. ,I tontlnved to be-:<< cheerful, and welt-bred .:jlitfrt: my gardener peingcosent: ,_.o. John! ., T, ,Hosg.: assistant pas charmingly situated lake Chickens are:\ n'oW Plucked, 'In ?a
r'ne.' '.'iwuicbr could not'have"been '' while Harry Wes sullen"and' occasion' was1 I. i .. 'the/same'Institution/ : In charge '' moment ttel': ''peripa- wholesale manner by the use.of pnen- r'M

moritcU.ttDdl" eooVlJ'ed.Va, alT-r.eft'eJlJlve' andas. nothing seemedto At the|ginmng 'of the week: l-iny Washington: branch,; and Island''bas. elected t .:'moor" matte machinery.. There 1, Is a recep;
.\ ,' to me and my-wife a law. and we de- isterb'3t.tIdortlO' k'. .equanimity. self saw.Kedwlnsrx foe .the- first time.. McCormlck. for ;conspiracy ,ot::,the' public high tacle In which the fowl ls''jtorcvd after
f tided that arbeMr".Ion.rd: Hortlock Harry was placed at a conspicuous dial IId'.4Id.not 'sppeaV to be oyer'xertlDIC' I Tbe Indictment.charges. any one .having,traveled a* being killed, and Into this are turned
made his appearance we would ask 'advantage la this antagonism."Jtli3thel"reison"'far himaelfj l ) and this, and the fact that be i'py! unlawfully upr%curIDc'' 'in I'tb might do worse than several'cross currents' of alr from ;4
him to taake oar bouse"his'bomo''Tor my-dlscbmf orf 'w.i a" good looking 'fellow;. comprised:: vtrict'' Of aCplunibfa'; cbartere'for', train running toward,Werra. Electrical fan revolvlnQ a 'the rate of "

a, ,while. >Iy 'w'fe| !' set.about atoneesnaking wastlnp P9.rJ\t-\! 9.t.JJI.Jtp"1I1tl: njIobserY tlon of blm.,.._. _ I poratlons ;iby'atse t ,pretenses! means a short Journey will I 6090..turns'per' minute: Inthe; twlnk-5
thjf"hecesiary preparations, andS IieCween her aDd JUr-rortlock;:; some I return prow:to tbe-lncldent In which'Ai11e. i "sight of the Hautsee's, r !tag of &3 .eye the blrd.la, .atripped.of.
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alttlng,room and} bedroom were pn( itind'of' ,: nhdepee teme4 t!Itbe,,, toiallo: played !.a! part i,,on the : vri 1- ---r' 'The"''lltti* 'Island-klsotbas ; its fea ther., even to the tiniest par, r
'In order Qor.tbe.4tc fiift t'v1si Ua \ We \dab .ht a a&4 ampl4' atom 101fttl >tl: i .oar d a&at upon nontohlagaavrht. un. .-second1 letter ,I> : j,n peal there being at least bait a dozen would warrant open censure. +. V* hi'tontinued.a 1/ f M."" lcb may' be 'mentioned'( 'the L-,
pare ro&ns in oar, bo.ubo.StmlceasuI.ted ;i'h.,,/ 'h" ;'" .'tid\ !'I t...tVtJ f___ ,I;' tlo":8efo.: U./6..8uprer.; umlnk''(t>ro era. rottmdl/o-.)11 ,A Muehroem s in" M e'.1 .k:
a making the preparations, J <<:::::::;::-:\ I .i. "' ''II I ' berries Musbroonu'are'irowin '
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'J''f, ; :: 4 i ,}yaabitigo'dlspatci\ :,.al.:;:. flowers aDd alicce.'t )ly,
.' delighted at the pppottipi' 'y pGAo1rig 'f flI9r f'tliA' ) \T 9"Vt'( ..) f J.. 111'&. rlckrow- .H W' do-woe manage -. .toruey General, Iiast"of In r.n1l..profusloS and,.;*'t': la: :an Old. gyp;,' m'mine' .ear'tirap4'r'
.-.thinMe / la retprnfidi rVltzhM'srest 'bere arrived another letter from Mr. : to persuade')our bitabandjto boy .tered-ajmotion": laths peorglrs ..;cast, iM lIelr shade,; verr:: I o>SdtiAhcb.( \.rn bebl4r".1 ponesl, 1 in4:i r,
>gei realty. Two dys 'attet'tbePacelpN Wllmo; con vey ing:t he'.'WelCome'inteliigeI.o yousn.Mrs h expensive: bonnets" '. of'the'! lnlted' St te..!M< ndKy > care to land.& galWriesere Oistuerenteegacraerlatq.'i l"\
mjr' uncle's.letref Vt..l1cn1leD ,. hat_b. would be':with us.in I OPGtt '>* 1I.JI.1JDH9pP'D' i>SA e.Ihe I bwajhft.ease: ;; : J.' 'IJtUe\ '. .cllDyelltlaf.l< srea;.abd-were 8oored:with sole takenc''r
;km kls card,; and ",warmly the coarse 41f the ensiling week. with eo" walk ar U'Dd until tI.. r .rallnpa ,COI31ptJ1 *4n fespecianr'!';, 1 l frond.tbglepen airraettr.l'bOAdsedeY"''
,i'IiNkOID. "U"If"*SULLITnanner ; : 't' .1Id It +Indtiplbebon: jOeorgt ftt'of? ; ,- duck!" Tan ,:otheraduatle1; r ttSldIol$ .? mush ooms CO .to ,="t
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''CRUSH OILTRUST: GOING, TO' THE- COURTS. ,. THREE '8TA1ESNI'By TEDDY. VIEWS. ,. .":"' BIG... 'DITflit, ; t e M'iYiit'gs

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_y Negroes,WUI right Order of ROoMV.lt' 1:[ : If'" f1I '\, pre ld! *mt,.la IleyNj; ; ..qe dby, MiPanamsns : ; .
r : :in Florida
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,!Dl: llCharaIM Colored 'Tlwpa! .;; -Setieel GMMren tryst.. ,,
/Js j T Torrential' Rains '!ArT( e WHhVatHette' .
. -Sloganl4eraldedbyUnIIc; 1 Attorr.fys Are: Emplo d.. Him .. 0a. ;

''rifle Winds J, ,
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.States jGovejnmentjINITIAL..MOVE I ;' Announcement-,>was; ;.made lA. NeIortSaturday'that' ' ,!.Death-Dealing t , Ir..ftl ,Roosevelt spent*a bus" I'' .; ' "'" .... ..... .... ."",:, ,..-.: .... 1 .

( Alexander 8.' Bl" 'r ..,. dny'Thureday on' Ole lithmus of.Pas" Damagleg Testimony' ....*..' .I' Pelf 'opera Aueplelensty.. ,

coq and I. Douglas Wetmbrfl'. attoi' MANY FATALITIES OCCU ama. .ond' eeUled down for,the. nigh" rf tit"Jr184 l.r r6oW t' ".Midet."-tia I..,. ( TIM MeOCI\ sna-uai nortda.

13 1 ft1.f\DE! rigs for' thai Afro-Anisrlcan couacl., ,, at lie TlTOll .hotel' on. the line of'the witnesses; ,la 'the. .UnltedVeutis. Doc\ tale. pond at,"'Turnpa' la awklakrausurod'the

,lure been employed ,by the negro soUltr : canal.,During1,the ,day,'he,crossed froi : at rensacoti c are ,true,. the trftt..ai" agricultural TeatesjtfoVttw :
Morida
of companies and DoE: tho Afsbama. ,Mlsalstlppi 'and Leulelan accorded i loreliroeiV 'dlid.E" th great
B.C : : Colon 10 Panama aeeioB much of.the nat tal, .II W-: which had h... '
Suit, Is,I riled; n at: ILoulSj tq sDlssoh! Twent.v-rirth tufantnywho have bee th4 Chief SuffireisCommunlca- canalnd lira famous l Culebra cut cthd' ; months ot.June and July.In': Ute'llfth-: (3itl0inatl9B .'*!d: Jptypejityiffs

Giant Moncpcly-.AUJatandanl-O1t" 'ordered 'dUhdcoVably dliminted frot tlon Cut Off and.nla'ny Towns way:: he U-jlc a' trip!'around\ Puma bar 'camps 'of the";Jackson' Lwttib- mouthy past-!

Compsnlea. An Involved.. Inthe the Uritod States army, to take step ,Are;isolated, bay: ; and wan' welcomed 1; Pat: Comp lt1.'' at, Lockh.rtp&1e: -The laamnnaflatu '(Jay ''olj,'ttw 11 ,
t"rtlb'elr.,rlnf ate meqt- and trf aacei barbarism!:,
;Prbcsedlngal.:, ama City which ,lles"outside .of th. 'lulo'inalgnt9csnce'tbo c wqs"a'btlgbt'snsabiny,'one, with
i talc what rixhti" they4bave, if any. I t bosses'' beat; '
canal rone. by President Amador aDd Russian serfdtm; Armed; *, i1'The /
crisp' 'toor, '
Eight are ,known to hat< .
;
poisons
protect theiA- .AKalnit the effect t of > of'thn Iqkelgpercompel!*
other officials Panama republh, end kicked "eve. UheK'day. :
tVbf
The Tjotted 8tataa goyeynmeot Thanrdayr ... ( ent order dFarrlnttbom' < lost 'their'' Hves 'scores of' others 'h D', / lust\ Waalj
: ,Jro.dentf..elt"! (; The day U& ifU according; to schedule.' them'towork and chased. them dow j i.alCClkrft '''tkneeor"nrowardI

made'Initial move.to dissolve1' thi from*.future\ emptorm.ntIn 'jured. nnd'property;"' and ..crops ..suffeied .. It was In'every respect '.ucco..ral whey 'rhe, attempted to''escapen, : 'party'bl.'hp,; dtatingulehed :' .

Standard OU monopolrby/ filing I Iii ihovernment service: :great .damage! the extent of whicll.ecause ,and ;no iiQtow rd 'or unexpected: ,Incl. turning''them'' to' the 'camp'"to.Iocetimore.farerd'beaun ; : lit::;' the,f Grand Orient caf( hiCity
'- '1'h.'tatem"nttl.! made that a nun dent occurred. :: 't' -: ,: '
the United States district court,ln/81: of| the meagre report* ohtalnable : \' st ; FollowingUUe .the, gv
be, of por,ois. tooth white and blacl The. president left the Lontsiani l This .....tlmony'was, brought out o '
Louisa' petition hi equity agalnet'tt8tandard ..um ted thli tae tHoorted from YbotCStyJ toIlIUtborocourtAOuse'
cannot be at .
have expressed their willingness 1 t early Thursday morning and landed i at the second ".,"or the trial-of Mar .

Oil company of New Jane; assist* in bearing the -theexpenses': the' tame, as M, teeth of '., terrlno wind the Colon dock. Here He way we:" ,t orW.', .,.S. 'Jinlan! et at, of.the, con -. aqua.J'' tHe
M and Company.'F, of
,Al .Its, seventy, coostltu. torpors fnilL Mr.. Wetmore says''!'he Intend. ands rain Htorm. which i originated on oomed by Canal Commissioner Shontt... I any, upon' the; charge"of 'coasptraxrU. pang .tile':Tampaiflre d.part.
--- troops, ; ; *
.tions and partnerships mmdseven: ,par to; have two ,pills Introduced' at th.t the gulf night' and earl:,. Chief Engineer tJtevens-;and;other 01flclals .-,,commit peonage.., The' moat dan detachment' United State.!
next .session) -congress: on behalf of Saturday and the school children ,,Of' the:.defendant'
'witness'against'
? flag .
oershlps., Including John D., Rockete Sunday ... tkrougl from' Fort, Dade. .the MUer'aadtouncU'aada'Dumber
the Afro-Amerfc&ll oo\Dell"\ one d 1prirlng < Colon 1a.1fnae Star'Spangl.d Baa was neManuel, ,Jordraans.: a Bu ; .

ler and William Rockefeller, ,.saklnj the president,, and recretafot : portions of Alabama ,central and ner" and "America" for, his benefits garian.; who was employed at 'th. of,.41 .

that the combination: declared :'tu war of the rower to
lawful and In the future enjOined diets without ttl&l. acd the other for President 'rteing Utter; in carriages., The, piUltwl
and In lu northward course volt was greeted by anMri. Through aillnterpretr 'he'told ,.
front of .the. bsndetatt
from entering Into any contract or the reinstatement of the negroes dli. rased scores 1 of substantial' buildings,. Amador. and at S:10.L m. the \ employed In New! ,York,, to worxIn In ; .
the square whereas ,
'ombinaUaa in restraint of. trade. 'J'b. ,charged frout the Twenty-fifth Iota artlally demolished hundreds' oth -' whoU party left Colon for Panama bT' ,& brick yard at Lockhart.,.Ala.-a t t.rowd'hadTgatber'd courthouse llsteadresses. to '

suit If brought under the Shermainiltrust try..Calli cry; caused complete demorallcaUoiot ; train.' s: per'day.; When,-be ..reached tier'" . lo' ' :.

act, which the Standard and were tent cut for special See railroad traUlc,; endftflf. off 'tele.' The trip across the 'Isthmns' wa l. was placed at work on a'' railroad r ','Thornis 'J.'I.rBtrown\'
President ,
tU constituent ,companies and, th. Ing4 of the ministerial' association inegro ''graphic communication with man,. made slowly In order to permit the compelled to nleetf on the ground &Del PrecMf'otTampa'' i
,
seven Individual defendants are charted the Baptist. minister to'have loole! : WtLtlatntyf!
c preachers: points In the affected territory presidential party a good fed, fjoin, a car.; He ran awa.i wa. WIlliam H. 'Freclrgr'bt tftie jrtty, 'i
with 'yfQl"Unc.Atume . an-1 the clerical union olong all he points *>t interest alone the
meeting at returned to'the"com; ; :
Cotton la the! fields was blown dowi captured and ; extended .' h
la briet speech
GeneraiMoody,. cnn action Presl IxAite. Several,It made Uld a ,
says Islaud to take on the "th. ops were foreman Oallaghejxilntsd .
by wind. beaten into ground where 'WU9' the
t ,Jnal prosecution is reserved for futujiconsideration. 'dent no ..evelt's attitude toward th,) end If not totally, badly damagedBesides at each station school!'children came a revolrfr' at his .head nd< welcome lhmwtng'the'to' Ttry'' cltjV.islterto'ateop.n', "'

negro troop. the loss of life and ,..propertytfamate .down ,aU1.sspL; patriotic;air proceeded to brat him over I he beai .
r' / B. Kellogg of St. Paul. Mna| presidential 'trait arrived In to them: t
Frank An Appeal to Taft.Mary'Crurch The ; kick bins :.about tho
; whlch'.fa known to have oocurred 'and body and JC; Oparkman'
cpedal: assistant to Attorney Genera Terrell! a member CIte f front of the TlvaU hotel at 10:tIleret <). 'was then ;p-at I to 'Congressman &
lithe He
a uumber'of'points directly lower limbs.
Moody, brouitbt'the petition to StIx .Con.Ut.llttonal' U..lle.f. New' "President'Amador I left MiItoosevelt .' that Inwod with a, glonlag ,tribute/ro'/
.loam such
of be hU ccndltl- was
'pathway the cannot work but FrHidentiBro
>ulf. The document was filed with culled Secretary Taft, s.t and went on to Panama energy And pluckof
York i.pcn : i to
and bad to go
communicated' with .. -yet, and when :he could hut work" aUQC8.tor
.billUant
circul predicting
the clerk' of the"'UDlted States the. war db artment at Washlngtoi while the American president conUn- a
complete reports have been received, the quarter -bepromoting
court by'' the government's local ret o Saturday by direction of the leagu e loss ued.to La''' Boca., the PaclHo entrance scar' bla Tansma afta1..1tpCalUOD.
It Is feared the to both life andproperty Witness exhibited! a on
( .eDtatlye''UDlted States District Attornsy until canal Here President Roos .for Tampa la, l 93..s"
and begged him,to suspend, Ule to the :
will be greatly Increased.Throughout i which 1\11 claimed was, the re
leg, lost
: spoke
D., P..D7er and Special. I.Coun President'returns, the execution of the velt ''boardci the ;'.steamer' Bolivar CovtrnorBrcwerd
/ almost the, entire die cult of ;one .of the beatings.Other '
around: i l'rienT'told at the1 wonderful }
acl Kl'!UoClr. order discharging without honor a bal made a trip 'Panama; bay. an d aloe ,
trlct rain continued to 'fall foreigners .testified '
Sunda; runts of th*. felt association
After the filing of. the petition tall )I1' of the Twenty-Hflh infantry .at returned to La IJoca for lunch C
< i oC
,night, but In decreased volume similar ines, and flinch evidence ''
7r Judges Sanborn and, ,Adam. of ,the Amsdors Address. of' W.lcom... ; ) the thrift 0Ii'be'Florf4a.. counties
rptt The Htorni'approached.Athens Ala {':character! was 'adtuctod ,,
; damniflng
r United States t'lroutt'colnt of.appeals/ "edditlun'tQ this presentment from In the afternoon the president. a .mo t. r4 from the west and cut pith: three bough counsel tor' tho .do)
a
#' upon petition-.Issued."sic order'grant. tblepguO.( St"J"lal7.T.rt, also ha< ; from La Boca, to' Panama. City; 'Uld< '' gather for ,the PanaMa po.1IIDdonchat

e tug the federal oncers authority 1mmediately .before hlm.a. telegram containing rest- hundred yards wide through the, southern was welcomed 'all\ the way by .the< /ppse !objeote!t.to'Ite. :introductions ,/: .es d, b"y'- 4rlartnd. .tte''} I

to serve notice"upon"*thes<' lutlon adopted' by the Republics i ,portion' of that city. A acore of cheering ot 'crowds.: : At.'tbe,,"P1a&.. f very opportunity aeektai. lair open, ". "
building wrecked, but no one . Quackenbo.
were Mrs. Qra :i
defendants who are Dot residents ol county committee of >Jew ''York, alsi : President JVmador delivered an' address woutherri dl.. ,, j.
'killed seriously of the'
the Judicial district in which. the sull. praying that the negro troops be give: was' or Injured. of welcome and President Roost. federal attorney Zhankeph!,inaaPProollmitign.,
; - * At WlnonA ,,MI..., three ehnrcheiwere" trlct .>-New* York,' Is attending'tbcase '
{ 'baaMen> filed.- meanwhile volt The president teocortw t Accordltfic estobllthfl
the
a heating and that < demolished replied.. ;. ''asslaUniAnslstant ; ,tot, :CIaO
; and numeroui the government
The government's petition is slgnel < by the official ol the "Panamaa repubHo ,: tor .Issued; ;
execution bf the order be suspended/ buildings, tmroofed and badly damag 'General Russell... Ternor.? llrovtu.4. baa, ,
Attorney
F >y ,Wpfllem'11.Moody.attorneyeeeel :. : Secretary Taft pointed out that the and a,,bodyguard of 200 niounternemberiof .. following; Thaukaglvingproolam
buildings ot nine Isimef
dam composed
the largest
:, Milton 'B. Purdy,.,assistant to t-.cllon' complained, Jot was'a presldentlM ; ed.Among , tbe Panamaa arlstocracj The 3ur, .Is, mil _' ,In'''k OIcinoge: '111th A. custom

'the attorney general; 1//'. B. Kellogg order, H*! said that he bsd til. aged eta at, this;)place are inU\4he the postofflce. then'returned. *to the Tirol hotel for: ht1f ViV, .r roerchants o's follows and ,ono In te ,meoory.ot; , .the'(. people,,',of''L
;ir hon e the oiL \ compress ,0W131rr
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C. J].' Monition and C. A. Severance ready cnuned: 'an 'Inquiry! to "b"a, dead ; : the night > man, who : Ida. I 'here\lJl" 'appoint Thursday
'*psclsl'a.slftants to the attorney gen warehouse and the residence olIS. President Roosevelt sores welcome sops, 'J.; E.: Wl1l1l1m.,' F/. B. Dade: : :,
:
the departmen lCflT;
,, of General McCaskey, l! : 1f ovmber.as 1 'b daylhankeglving
Beeldes'these about J I.._
contains 181 'Dunkston. unbounded enthusiasm the 'J. T. Patton, ;M., W, Phillips. ,, '
eral. .Tbe petition- ,, ,page commander at Can Antonio as to wha with by tnd'preyer, .
< twenty-five smaller buildings were almost Hackneys: L. ,,May/R, R. Lam. A. f1.
of printed matter or about 100.CKK had bt'f'n'jone iow.r.tHuttng, the< people-of Panama, He, seemed i determtned And I'".OO11IaaeDc! 'tci ail the ,

", word,and- IUoL
ftv COD lsUnI of ..bylaws:'an4''mtc.; he mlgM '< with the pros... buildings not totally destroyed tLbcompres.'was rO'llblreould.. He asked questions of ,and A.., P, !farrf... .:,"'ntnahlth' .in"their"see

iites Standard'O11s1meeUdge, ""we dent upon the tlUtjeeLPRESIDENT probably moat" ,badly all the canal employee.: Oaring hll -, 'I.ce.' tdarahana'ln"" '
1 damaged. :..s-numb.i ft-iMpeotott..oat-vaoant. '.......
orgojilzatlbn, and a map ahowloc th - > tripfrontColon-met o 1- --\ ; erttg') / 1 around i the' fantlly ,
:
retail prices,i4 oU-lnTerery;state. and LEAVES PANAMA., "Atr.None6nnafi""creelCsa\'few'mlieifrom work trtflns "'leaded with, earth .Dd A..fw..dy4.. Mr,, J Jl"'ou.o.lna I e-- .u'
th.fi; + ; t< Almlghtv
', bntod.Tpe'tnv.nUgation :, ?Memphis, a railroad trestle fell tnepectoratKel .West,' ncclvedInatru&ioas '
territary'.01 .the '''''':-- rock from 'the'- Culebra. cut and, savseveral migration! for, th 'jKOSpertftjr' whioh fllle
''into .the'meth'odi' IExpre.ed under the weight of a switch engine, hundred steam 'shovels worl to',close nphli acounts' 0:' ,
Himself. Pleased With land ,with
rlomtf'.1IJrJoa \ a r1
the 011 the englneepiunging'into'the: swollen "'< at the end'OfhI.'d."a{' ''bu.il.! '
.
pursued by ,standard: company ... Ing. i.
Condition 'of c.n.A".I. ( Which'.eadeare ,badpeooiWeaR'of'bolue
began'early in U05,' and the result A from Colon eaT: Presldenl t.lreara,,carrying with- It Engineer, C To a newspaper reporter; Pre.ldeDtROOI Less 'aad1' turn'oer"the'oMee: ; to'' bl. : .
special
,
were, laid 'before .ccngreas last Majl had conference Friday V., Peterson and, Fireman A. R. ,Rut- ev lt 'tald that' he felt like' thi vuecessor.. ,,Tor/ eral.moat"a tfter ..; ,

.y President Roosevelt,,, who accom: nljht'-wlth Roosevelt' Jhe a head*,' of the rarlous -' chle: ,::'who were drowned, ': .. general .of. a' 7" great .and ,successfu has been i'a: i,....lit.t :ftB..4jO :>Mi\ ..; 5;' .. ... ,M
.
7Mgk.
panled'the ie,' ort'by'.pecial' messogdenouncing. canal : and! went At' -Mathlsan,. Miss nearly" everytraiMtaff army. .' ,. \, Otto .tod= ';obarg. .i siean, .'-41 Len ,.... : ...'w.
:
d departmelita'.t ..
,tn& apparent methods par. train f at' TlroH, 'at 110( In the southern portion of the t '. mi; i 1 1 |, .. '" , ''''- 'tt.... 'A...zt ..rNU. 111 Mpllt, .
aboard,tMt ; : '
sued. The pretldont asserted .t. tin o'clock Saturday morning) to begli .town wag.deetroyedThese: /tDclllde, I DAUGHTERS THANK ROOSEVELT,' C**** '.O ..ir WI..W !tars tltstis ,\.1 '
;
time' that >mlts 'would j be instituted 'la .' ltomeward'Jourhey. As the trait the Baptist church; public school buildIng -" '" the persistent' light made was'a. Mae .. J .
'the.
nod, ttw rereivew. so 11...,
the United State courts to abollst Camp' Elliott the 'marine. soverr.I brick buildings and. .a .Fort' P.rtJ He Plsyed In' Act Marklni) gone +ornsliulon that"ne\would. .eveut:. \ needy r,
pasKCfl .nail' Breach-: its <-ao .*
the 'combination and the'filing of, the : number of residences.. At this place n Confederate'Oravea Ally be emove torreview 'and ,
t.hero'wert lined up' state. N. B.BftOWARO G ft;
suit Thursday marks the InlUal step. negro woman 'W'" killed and several ''Resolutions* were adopted by theUDJte4..IMuahtDra'of nude sn> cleat officer and has don< ' '" .. '

The defendatttr'ere' entitled' to one the band played Th Star:Spangled others wire Injured. the. ConfederacT'In ;] Good' w rk'Iflr".the 'service.On thi ,, .--:..... .- ,;

I' o 'month In'which to enter their,appearance 'Mrs.'Roosevelt.na.aneAt Oatun.disembarked President land and 'Near Okolona, Min:, three lives session at Oulfport, )fi..., thanking >mornlagt! "after his"'retlremest'.the' JIo ,.7l'i; ; big. Jtsilftn'' ship.v'aoloo.Biioubs .-

14; and sixty ' the; hill where the big
climbed !
.answer to the allegations In the depotiiUonv located place cannot be ascertained.. played 111b marking of the gnverat from, Havana with. passengers:' butbre < whore"ind'nlmort; -a hopeleee.2s -

r i. ''They alan heve,the option. oi and locks will Roosevelt be raid he wee ;, Jit Deliver, T nD.. nine .h ebes, o( the Confederates who died la tin, was not,one to,.relieve the' pas. 'miles east"rat'the ip.giteLUhouse .

y filing a, demurrer to the: !,,'bill.- leased President with. the' condition of strain .rain fell 'In' twenty-four hours and northern prisons. *eng: r ;, 'Tho' jiit!nt.iient for', Mr, ; Otto. >> oh the .out !de'gulf l IMII h.

thousands of head of cattle' ;'W.ret'Ilw.rht Other' resolutions commend the in 'bat. he refusad to act' In* 'he' matter master reached, Paniacols In'a'sboat

'PO&SK'.KILLa t DESPERADO. and the system now established in! the In the low Lode. Relief partl -' sUtutlon 'of chapters ot the order. ,it' and., 1J, looked for 'a, time "'as if' the; ''lor? ,..l uncel'U> save'whatcould '

zone.The9preddent. to %"'wer8"-sent'iout: , but became of the ,.north. would 'be tied tip.< -The prob J from ,Ihe'iblo before'itha'ffw.
*;\ arfve'UFonciA. ttanier '
,Negro' Who''6l.w. Five Men[' In Aehsvlllo ; II' Porto expect' on"' the high ataee,of the water little'could 1 lam was'oolve.1 by Dr..J. N, Fogs-rty,. goes to ...oce.. .Thi crew;I'reinal'
Rico- Wedngsday.Aiterlanding
: ,
'" be': accomplished In ;;rescuing "tha ; .atUl.theshtnand'are camped"on't
Lire.A LABRADOR PORT ho
His PEARY IN of the marlDe -
r Gives Up there .he will cross the who, 'nf an officer, ? *
drowning cattle. In Leech nearb'y.. The': ;master at
special from Ashevllle. N. C.. l Ulan In nn' automobile anet''W111 embark Roos.velp pital! : serdar.'lad! authority; toact' ; T
Arctic Lliatt b.;:;bewinsloerlogXor., *
Good Bearing with ipr.ecto
: Standing**t"bay, .fighting with 1 huisday foi- lump. Ship tue promises ire conjunction -
nays I at San Juan
1:0"MEiT'1"BUiM GHAM. Explorer Is; Bound., light ba .th fcjuorniag} 4 Jae:: lit
nil the desperation a1' man -whoJaughi.at ton Roads: ' : ; Foq- } -nd interpreter tJrfcach.) t ., ""
,. > ._, A dispatch from Chateau. Day, Labrador I when he.'encountered; a dead calmhouri
death; Will Ha.rrtBIthelYe VIVB i BV HaH kHp i taMB ;
\ 4H H HB
Ume5'murderiri, < fell riddled with bur PRECAUTIONARY: MEASURE pates and Place<<: Ann2unc.dlorti'Oath.. ,, announced the 'ar1valthers', at) Dr. DevU ''1 >lhomas, profes.bfol, ''I 111e'ship, idriftladobprly,
AS > ? 'JBrinflJof}; Cet nVvaBcUtloiv; : o'clock Thursday manning ,of'tbR e rvarde the,( beachaad; :; alleffort.
lets .from' the .rifles of cool, but'"dotermlned ___ -/ ,, 8 1 history ,and political, science" ,la the
'i officers and citizens in 'the N.grci' Aogpittd'op.trlminal; :Assault Secretary J. B'. Babb ot the Blr ,.
-I, troO'Jstnear Flatche'r.'tri v 'C:?Thursday. Held, In'Jall.. j f mlngham, Ala., Corn erclal club re- aboar!!,' xvhlch; had been' delayed b; naked by Jbe .Carnegie Institute; .futile; and ,_M'h. .rd .asiouo: ,
.,, ChargeStill > from Jordan 'up the coast h..teallJio' few hours'afterwards: atonnuj
afternoon. lie dlod'.a he lived his After' being acquitted on the charge :pe| edlet f.eu' Harris! heavy weather Washington write chapter oa'tbthtetorp4 /, a ;
president of the Southern Cottdn As-: < r:U, fogourd at Chateau flay ands > "and rage-l ,(!or, .hours.blowingluilcs ;
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li for
hand ,,rafecdlagalnpt; eiQrr'7nauflght; ; | > :M I !i1 nallr.1:isstalUngMrs.. Camp, I -of b 1:11t! 111. ''' r < ,. ?
I < r soclatlon.i-. saying that Ja uarr flT IS ', s expected call at cnce for..Sydneyi .. '; ; hour,;:andy thsbf I.tiablpunroet1A'ttot .
:
.U '
shot for shptJ l Hlstpry tlw"statW ,
to the ; lYing the .o; .
fog : iasj, : .. ,Glenn ,pt.nt Friday night t41 Ik w cy'a9 .FtnaictAl, t '
Joe .
.
; and 19.. 1907. had been fixed tnr ther.nnuar ,, :. -i -1 1a. > : ...
., ...
until* his last'cartridge 'was! -ex* rower; at 'Atltnta;''andr, win probablyfpcndijurjieral.dtys'ln Unlte4 "Dr< jfhomAi ep*"', .
Dedicated.
of. the convention, College Men'le,
meeting <: : for
ponded. > .,, < .. ' << the came .plaice *oni*. time 1.!.. I.j 00*mer. at':: wPeolOeola'Tallahgceee ;; '
Then;' ..s' "with i jonr""accord} .**t tts .purely' an;,'iii' mattes .'of prepautlon Un ,which will .be'held In.Blrmla him The. Alabama Synodical' College;fOr. \ 'and, <). {1kaihetingeifitttdrlsi'for ] s Tf1 e' nia( ierioal"orrettaeiei' : : bti .
bri eli begu. Annlstoa Thurs- :QMb-I.lett"B.ur It. f. .
) -
'Already, praparallons' have hden'wa'dedicated. at i ,,
rlfearangou; .carriugthe intho :; this study In
avenging of the inflamed state of mind f '
blew tUe'' auspices' of-tt Com.: Alabama. synod ;adjourned ; !! fork: Culte'"Qtla4tttytlrealy
message of"fleath"'to'' b4"murderr bt vicinity of the assault. t under :| ; e., dayThe. ; the' oonrse' ot' fclw tnv stlgatlons tie ft1r $ow : ,
h ""entertain' the IIII- aDd met in Annlston'fOithe } b7'k1ptemI: r" 'So
merclal'dub as at Talladafca.
the tl>rv ,.pB&rt'l BlaakstoesVMWd: .!1 t 'The Verdict '\he'.JJuiTv met"'wltb' f .has, (bund'\ (wme"yenf) :fri 3re'U.Drma.t: : -.on '
tlon , dedication, exercises. ; Ir4s: "Tne" rlr.e"&ro''Oxe".tIDKt' )1hkly'
;Bailey, and of three Innocent negroeaTOM general approval throughout the city., fSl '., tcr,' and 'Aom-5 that Isotagreat WI j .
-" i' : of ,the iute., 'Itractory.. ranrfnp rro 1. f3 to $4I .
., ,urtanceutn I! the l Hintory .
" AND, LILLIAN'SEPARATE. ; g 'MORS NEGROES!, .FIRED, ", AGAINST THE, COLORED: ELKS., ; I nsk ti.tlSbtJa'"mti' wilt.,.now\ ;J-e

B TI.ST |,BLfBRE : .' \ ,: : III.maat. ..jbjr- the ,
\ Notl /0. $f'fflral'; :we<'ks t ga' It Vi lii", :stated hits1c.errreneq
-::} Ad IrlsTbpou. "J.gr.i: I Joined Another Comp.nyBul Did Negroe Cannot "of1'-JACkJWDyllla.: 1 lf.!"dy,' ,.Tb"*!* s i'flu ,coning
Iatf lUeon<< Judge Decides' mflrchaata
C na eglaEditionvContalnstl"p: : that< the; ,
i It'neirerlocked-tMttch: :The
t I'P and ; |J'11eld r
.
I i.c.pe' President's Order Order Notember'2g.'en1toy
OI"ClN"\ k'il about
to ." r Use Badge of. would on-or ''whllesot'.xtra'
fo rar. a.
> ;
,
;. t 'bt''N.wYork MP-ace.of", rinklL"'rs'. .,I.l.tnMerAlh,, Taylor, Stondemloand ju 'i. 'for \ a'' through ffrUerateJ. ear, '..r-' .
1', t3saato rherdht >By i akist.r ventfonn ge L Miller, presiding runt ares'roasonablf cnflsfaut)< :ft<<

and hi wUe. formerly fra. LU.Ilan Wednesday";kejJ Roger, Thtmasprivates" oftTroop'- ."udge W.'H.,, Felt9/1. of Blbfi.,ii perlor. \\e\\ 'oatwewn' Jnckaon.ille' the'' ''elty"twice"and' jOfe.-,,., Ucla*tlngV\, ':-nvausutIly\: : ;win

.... ." i roed 'to sap" ,J .,jtlchglQndVa.f : : FortJRlley: were, rendered (raxo..airlvtng In .a tr'Qk'grtwen "iA ......i earns
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+ ... \ '>' he| 'eedJVeatsigned'b ;"both. j jJ U one witj" \&{Ameri.c ai. ) 1- C. Nlnth,, avalnr; ja< court IA .Mtcon, 'Friday i' nUnat week. bripingdatry; pr3ductsr.this .'Iho Miitorliy' .lhedreroproGhittaew, .
.t4J ( became they belonged -, pf .
Saturday: tOOthto'
discharged ifce
; In. Jnjiinctlon proceedings 'lhlrdOitin
and In part Ja'as follows: '\ deL ocf! 'ety,.and ref used to._use 6 iplrubllcaUoua. decision bein;, the : ""tele..so"to, .,ctjre'oakct '''''''
'"VPDtIe'there"Ntre"bedtffetoeDCft .'The'tiouble rew- out''o? to,the battalion cf the Tyrenty.j, of! ,,,; laconvJ\d g\', order of Elks against .re....')lhLi >efv1(144'( ;: It'n .w appear A Ur e'-area' boa beeO2bsnnd ,

.. and dl.pQte..i'WJ.llch. 'seem to .make the printing by'.the BspUats.of,BlbJes ,fifth Infantry halt was'statloned'in.BrowiMrllle. '; a score of Vgroet- that city. re. that for more' titan flve ,years: the ., if ,,they m *t\wlth+''It\I :

6'separation'advisable) ; there has been tor:the "Asiatics-'which tha Creek .'Texas, at'thtf ttme r'tho training that /from' using the name. ,itisrchants t ",the"city: .,11":1'.nJc.Jlrllr. : f urtunedf"le'th. tr,l ;,ieHernanda'countt.W.ntrbnere

no' onduct "OIl, the part ot .eitherwhich word "baptise"was: ttra s1ated''"dlpred. ilot. The mn w....' discharged! from tine and, instgina.;''Improved Benevolent such., .service[ from:, ChbvatM, .

< >oould"possibly be the foundation ." The American 'Socl.t,,coot*Jjd a Ihe .Twentr-Dlth, atthe, ,expiration of_ and Protective. .Order"of Elks of .which originates in that city wld: the.

tit ,of a divorce action. No question ot for translation."aprt kl..".and;lire- their' lemi,'after the-BrownevlUe riot,. the World. 'or any similar name, 'In C. 'I& IS. 1 railroad rxnl ;move to dry-In5 the wef'.ir'i

the tondelHyfot either!tolthf{ itho fit the''circulation of canJ. my colored,order I la: Bibb, eo.u.tor'W1thlli 'Jacksonville:\ In connection with the ugly ,
fused to ad| rthelapUK I\\Iqd rooffisted'' 1..1hO1't1' 'y. wM

baa flYef'beert ralsid.* I *I' v j }zlble l . .,J ? .. ... &MJLJ( .ktu r reEI..e.tJ tl ''II I tits stater of cot gla. .N. C., *.:st, 1*. Oeorgtaroad'andath.' The for/salon-yit ;.jtgAtost* ,p'r' ,sstooaj'! ti. *r..

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.4 h : ,0"8..A, F, rat.lw.1., ... .
', CRDER FOR LEE CENTENNIAL SUN'TIMEHOLDS \ .. !BISHOP, TIGERT STRICKEN:/ ,_ :I.T Y
[ . _NO-FATAUTIE8 C EDL IN LA .- ?
.... -- ... ackoa'itlaai1eWf'1Eae Is.olbwtst .
. ': ; ) ,
--0- ,:.. aastk ro' -. ' : '' 'tl1 I. rinse the. adita 'A

i .t Q eretI..v Oq., u.ar.dt, !'. Bll' !'d.r"W( r.r'; .i N'f 4"r p f\" ,..a' .....re- pixie 8upremi'CourtSqe''Decides; Sit. Note4' HTsthedlst >Dlvlne Seriously .III, .tetartedl'EUdlNg: '.,olleipad'1' 'bs1 ;Tletding.ipa! a4vses;
:' :
9hQty Son i
it !! "8.te.y ;
1L.melebNt..J."ur;., . \ 1Jt. With 'Tensllifls. \. "
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An order fixing January .19. '1907. Hurt in A,. C. .L.Tr.ln ,Wrk. <, t1:' N'UniqueCac t1 '"':'8lshoJohniist \\l' 'jy. nPrt"oi'ih''Med :cement; ;be! "' '" '- .upnm'crt'' of'the'ifnt.ot : ; 4T1 barn coa.eats4 to relJ *
KftiktWStfTW"Ui"OM"Bttgd'rednt'anniversary :An"'Atlantic' Cout ,Line:;pas engerukd The ;. pf..,pensoeola'i; newlcity&aU.,thev dt.J

': ; of,'the birth of, General .mall ta D'lea DIrw.lm"1n<, .,T'xasha* docldedT that'ic'legal .pro', > .BpUoopal' ,Church, .south c , ,'. M.ei. jM; >.tebs" ... .....! 'y.. ;: ib.vnbe lice
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:: eeedmirff. the day'Is the, toter,4ay; not: littatLominvllle.E Ii "", wT J f V- T vt rJf** M
'Robert*K> Lee" was :announced' ia NSW ""p o'clock 'L'-' lIoq1e ; ?''," d .JK T S y > .will leav, teri l
for'Charlaiton
: : I
i Satur.
1.tor. CC at r heI'S.Tior.i' rauroador 'etandard"IImey, \ shy.tn.t.Tul.;; .. Indian.,,Terrltow.lth I..a..ncJ r; art" a.:,a |,hijreetJgattwof'board ; 'JMCompanlsdisltowsr.jwhore l'
S"
,
.' i oriT1-.w: ? afy a7'rocrhhrjctvaet'lrrtbieeg.hC' Ilislsnd, .' ;; (
"a verdict which baa aad laapeetors7:
fr ftai'and.. Cmer of.Staff wllnam: XL"v llie'decision validates tonsilltls, and has family> .. : .,:,8rtbltects. ,

.i, ,.Mlekt..',UDited:Confederate'Vet.rau.- .even'''miles, fromr' .Wilmington-' a'broken' bad-. been'invalidated ,by'.the decision be4H1.:summoned..Th-)bishop ,Vas to which:.will r detttnino whether f or'iwt' ; he will

The :order was Issued 'b).command of '; .; -rail. Seventeen: .passengers' 'of. the'court;;below! that standard time" p.deover"; a 'conttren hi. ,:Tulsa.rat -'hatt''iabel0g:' built aocosdtag; tqnu laterr. probttblr takta a trip I
.
Y, : ., the time of the'Oitt.<< wai unable to.officiate: 'Stephen D.:Lee: general commanding. ; ';were" InJ rei; .;i but none...seriodaiy. .was --" '. J..' a la ," niaj'Stlnns. ;' "
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5- II'I
i I.GIitte. i GOftIMI) SAYS;PmPI.f[ (' NOtMND:"' tinued. bis journey straight' ahead,but I '
:
The j un et' YtfcyFVHJHOD : .. not. without some uncertainty and I SS
'" .' behold as be stops,_be. baa evidently
XI' -- -
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mvmxrTODAY.- :WWTT )IWKRSTAKO t The following story was translated missed his route. Yes for he retrace \ .
S and take-tbe road the ,
his steps, we on .. .
'. Building from the French" .bvHrof..J..S.Klrton t ,
Office ,in Valley y Gazette ; \ left b..ndt which suddenly at the end .
OBCTOLACOCNTT FLA.w. Governor Broward l has sent out.the of the Osbeola Hlffb Sotioolwhlle h. of a hundred steps leads us around in
,
Jt xnauafXE.!. following circular. rto such was a student; M.ro r Unlverrlt, a. circle. And the dog, his nose highin .
papersin and wai published In .the XJercerlaa the airs invites me to con mpel.. ,I. p., 9''S
.
favored the
: H. HAHBIS. Editor! asid Prop'r.. the.t. as at the recent-election.DrainageAmendment . In Jsnurary. 1BO4: .the great height of insurmountablemass . I' .' .... n.. SS
''Ilava 'BIT of rock which formed the circle ", ' : ", ,, 'j '.: . ' .
: '
'Tallahassee, Fla.. Nov; ,, 1906. DO.fear, that you will "" : ., S "
; usI>wtn;I.. Mify tb. AMl( UMVAH Dear Sin-As Governor of tbe mica your trainJutt think of it' Then after I had suffioently gazed, a' ... . \ .

State of Florida I desire to thank during my la...;Ave years of travel I this huge rock, we took 'again our 'liiie GOODSf
( [ .- --........ *xowt tram car M.u.d .- for the p..rlotleb, that you have nev !atnli.ed this train. Listen little path in the woods. The road My 'of' DRY ,

,. .. ,......___ __,., ..,.i must act b.ilcmd b.. --.s by th.wrtttc.wfll UMIttePMtefllotlii you made during tbe Cawpaignust' closed Sir, an hard. 1 advanced
4 ( longer
no a.
watch. There ,
... sdttI In behalf of the proposed amendment your is one
,I- -r to the Constitution creating Drainage ..blat of which 1011 are notlaware .and fast, but'with infinite precaution I CLOTHING 'SHOES and
7t: Xlwln M.FtaMmmU Commission, authorizing them to layout lob your watch cannot tell you: followed my guide. He jumped briskly ( ;,
b I 11-s'.. inatMr. ( from rockto rock but did ,
a Drainage. District and levy an. this train Ik fifteen minute late. 1t: no ;-_ '-

4' l _._SUBSCRIPTION_. .. . ..KATKSl.... ..........til acreage t.x therein, upon all of the U never on time. abandon me. He looked at me with .,.
; :;, .0-0.. ._ P ""'.'''''..'' .,. .. ... 10 taxable alluvial., swamp and, over It was on tbU day that the train burdened glanoes of tbe most touching NOTIONS is now complete -
0.._mv'.tin _tki.."....;". ,-.....,; iIriday flowed lands. happened to be ez act' and I missed I... solitude. Finally I heard Nolrand's. '
2 :. My coachman voice down In one of the chasms, like
,It it true that. we have been defeatedIn was' furious. "You ,
S
; ovcmber 23.:, 1000. tbe,first\ skirmish, but as soon as. ought to have given notice,"" be said,. a bubbling sound from the earth. Bu'
,.. the voters have had time to think and to the station-man. "It Is nee asary be soon climbed out. unscratched'' and and is bei11g'lo fered at,
j with look. .
for us to whetheryour train a joyful ,
reason, they will, with practicable proceed ,
-
i' Oapt. ,. A.Hendry. .of LaBelle unanimity* thank: you for the patriotic ,Its suddenly taking its flight<<\ with the We are arrived at. the ChaudronIt 10
now tbat the drainage amendment. 1 il service that you have. endeavored to hour.V ,I did Cot wish to -appear' at' is a cataract Quite unpretendingwith DEFY ''
THAT
,. fault, I an altitude equally moderate BARGAINS .
so .aa4oothing.'A train
render them and the State of Florida. on
dead aske those who opposed it .to ,
No unprejudiced voter or voters, who tlmel AJ- train .on time!" said the which falls with some splashing an< {
. suggest some plan) of relief for the had not some ulterior motive, would railroad. official. "Well. Ibave never some rebounding!" against a great rock

Calootahatchee settlers.. Here II one vote to make himself and his neighbor -. seenitthUs.. I bad no fewer than slightly hollowed out. S COMPETITION., tir'
1 which the Herald bees to offerPu pay. out of the proceed the three long hours to pass In this melancholy I would not' have consoled m'IeUwltb
I sale of .of.,.their less than. village'ofthe1 Canton De- having. ooi/ie to see .this ordinary .
c. f. a lock instead of a dam across the three million{portions acres of land for the Vaud. defended by two melancholy wonder if I bad not baa for' my companion ..'

Bickpocbee Canal and straighten. and drainage. of not only it., but! the four mountains. which have two small 'on the journey this brave.

4 ; deepen' the upper Calootahatcbee. and ooe-half million\ \ acres of land In peaks. of snow upon the top. How dog, who le himself more interesting "
; .The lock will keep back,tbe Okeecho- the same district owned by land syndicates. should I utilize these three. hours? and more remarkable' .than. the Chaud- H.C.STANFORDOIIIGINATOH 4., .
I asked. the advice of several ron.
bystander
., When the voters find out that --
i' bee water and cutting the abrupt bend
who earnestly reooomended ...
the
continue dig '
Trustees must ..
at -1'
i:'. .t 'of the 'upper river wlll{ permit the 'with we tbe two dredges' built from the. Chaudron. as the only thing in those KQOOO9OOOCOOOOOOOOOoO OF. ,Low IN KISSIMMEE.LIQUORS. .

floods to. run off' rapidly. These money derived from the sale of swamp parts. worth going to see. And where 5- PRICES'
"be done within( and overflowed lands, thereby reclaiming ' was that "Chaudron". ? On the mountain THEParkjjotei ; j. .
w thing*.can a Tear; \ S .. . ." .' (.'
about .
the millions of acres at land half-way up0' the right, .
j 4, '. '
,
f whereas tbe drainagescheme '
Evergladea !
1 '
but the road rough and it . .
was ;
to the corporations, was "
would take a much ..longerIW already given- .' '. : "S'. ,. ,:: i. ': ,: \j. .: ; :'
they:: will eee that tney were misiea in necessary that 1 take a guide, Just S . 5 ; \ .t { :,'jl1' ;" : : 't 'I
<,-' time. To tarry out this shorter plan. voting ar.IDIUhe amendment. It is out of the village a small house ".'"t'I'f/;" ''t'I, I"j ..)"i c_fM. ,,& "' ; j ';\ k0 JI'1'% ' '.. I' 11" ".';' "" '" ,
' ','..1.'" ,'r : ,
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'the county:of Lee, t.he.S'. ,, of Florida. an imposition upon the people to compel surroundeed with violets I was to find\ S :: : S. ; 1 : '
the best guide In the brave .. .
the Trustees to sell for them landsat country-a : '
V .and Lbs federal government should ooft '
: the father Simon. 1 "
man
about
60 cents. an acre vllh which to drain was. I
4i : :.operate. (..C'o ojfrel.m.n Sparkman not only their l..nd..buUbe. raUroad to rap the door of the bumble cottage.An I S '
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and Senator'Tallaferro will assuredly lands, where if the amendment had old. woman approached to'.ask me : J..M. GARDNER ,
do all federal aid been and the corporations In. VThe father Simon?",, I r
.:; "i they can to secure adopted ,
thereby combeUe to pay what they "AH is well if you wish to see him I .Pro. i> r J Ist: 0 r...... ., S
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\ and our' Stat. legislature will jindoubtsdly .
{ but be
already owe, we would-not have been lere cannot, conduct you to : ,
4: ? support them In&.belu1l'orta' compelled to bell any more of our the Chaudron.. .He :'does., not walk oooooooooooooooooo ooo '

;' fey,adopting strong memorlsls, if not land until theflrst. main', dr1iagecanal any more nor can. he depart. But do : :

'by making a liberal appropriation was cut, and the land had .in lot. worry:: father'Simon. has someone : This Popular Hostelry'
.
creased in value. from 60 cents to from here who'c n go with you to replace
.
It should cost less than 125.000 to do
itmself. He has ...
i' $5 to 1100 an acre but we must hope floirand. This has [recently been remodeled .
;T, th. work: and wean be done before the that the courts will decide' the act ttolrand. Is not a. person. No, it is : '

I '< nd of next ,.....Punta" Oorda Her.' constitutional of which act the amend our dog." .- and' renovatedand

\ aid. ment ia a copy. With kind regards, "What, your dog"
r
.kI ; S yours:very truly} . "Yes my dog, Noirand', and be will is prepared to give S ALL THE 'LEADING, BRANDS OF

The delermlnaUton of Mrs. Russell N..B. B.ROWABP, conduct you as well as'my husband : its patfony 'better.service
He has the ,
S Governor. habit of going -to the t "
Ft Ssce to reserve only a comfortable- i ,...41 : n. -.,-- .--in- Cbaudron." 4 than ever. *

living for herself out o(the 180,000,000 .. Be ClI nhble. "Is possible?"' I .

I \ left her by her busbsnd, and gtye the "Certainly, for ;years and years the WHISKIES
To"your horses well lour self.
as as father Simon has been taking him and
I: t'v rest to deserving poor-not to the You need not suffer from pain of I showing him the bad places, and now Tables supplied with the
already richly-endowed) churches' and my sort-your horses need not-suffer. ttolrand doe. quite well alone. Henas

d? cbools-not only shows bar to be ''a Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow' Lini often led passengers and. we have. best the market. affords .
; ment. It cures all. pains. J. M.: as often received compliments concerning -
noble but Is
I. woman especiallyoteworihy
vary .
Roberts,' Parkersfield, .va., writes: his remarkable intelligence.1 'and'rooms are (Iwell fur-
r -. for Its'new' and sensible '.1 have used your Liniment for ten Save. no fear; he has not a match In Imported and Domestic Wines, Ports, Sherries.

.' departar. *from I the usual wsy .of mil years. and find it to be the best have these parts. Take Noirand:-the only ..,.. nished and cleanly* . . '

\( llonalres giving on a .large scale. ever used for man or beast. Sold difference' between! him and father Angelica... ,. Clarets. Sauterne, n.fncVfnes.,
t" Mrs. Sags proposes to do good to the bl t Roberaone_ Pharmacy.. Simon ii that. the latter would bemore GooooooooGoooooooooooRATESPEASONAB S '
-
ry 4- historic data." Imported' and
trustworthy- giving Domestic Brandies Gins
needy individual c1h'eOwlLb her Rum
mony. ,
.I' Tbe Stetson Yell. "Eh! well, where is this Noirand ,
*,. and DM Ilh.It. :-1D..ItutloD. ....1- "He stays In the garden. He has -:: E. and Scotch Whiskies. S ,
,; .ready'Rorged with enormous wealth) Why do we yell for Stetson? Because: ust taken some' Englishmen"-to the ,
1. Stetson is a real University. Chaudron this I'11O&U him. fci S '
morning.
4: and where If It does anything.'at all ft. S
2. It bas 4 Colleges and 8 ,School. Shall I not". p.
lor the betterment of mankind, tt is 3. Una*'14 bulldlnrs. 3"Ye. call. him!" I said, .and being One.Block' From Depot.
j ',*: not visible to the naked eye 'and .the 4. It bas a Faculty of 48 teachers.6. .- called he came through the window .

-1 V 'Suffering poor of'tbe:: country never It Is affiliated with' t.be". Uoheralt. with a bound.' He was a black shaggy t- THE .

f7 .discover it.-Ltvs Oak Democrat. of Chicago.- dog with a., jed nose. His personal BroadwayKisslmmec;' FAMOUS
Li'S_ 6. Stetson graduates get Chicago ippearanoe! did_not, flatter him. But, .
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Ie: *x tie baa in DI. entire personage an air "
A town that never has aD7hln.0 T. Its .l.C'bera'.re the 'best. paid in seriousness,decision, and Importance. OOOGOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOO: : : .Cream or'Keptucky:

.do .In a public'way, la on the W.f0 the Stato. I .
\ : 8. It b at i a must 1 ve Aufd ItorlxlmI. "Go;'Noirand, for the \lourneymy Por'eat 'Carotairs' Rye
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'tb.c.met.ry. >Any citizen whowill do 9.. J* hats an enclosed Athletic Field.'I boy, for tbeHourney," said the lad:, Printing ,

nothing for bts town Is helping; dig 10.' Its athletic teams win Ylct.Orlho! but Noirand would not stir an Inch. Promptly ExecutedCall Echo Spring Ryo

; 1 tbegraAe, A man that1 curses' the 11. It'fcat completely equipped He stood looking at his mistress witha \ Lebanon
; tip the Valley Gazette Club
town furnishes the oom The man gymnatlum. certain- agitation. . Bourbon

1( .who I I. so ....h auo have no time 12.over' II 14,000 has. an,olum.'endowed.. library, of. Ob! how stupid I IUD I" said the old -Phone? 11 :, ..: J ;::.,' Wilkes County (Corn
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woman. .forgot. .J forgot the : .
fiNMs ,Me' .Vvsieets/to glfe :to city 13.. Itbas beautiful park-like Cam sugar." "" ,"//mUDViI! : , Old Harvest Corn

.. (JJ 'abates Is naakteg' the throud. The ,. pus. .. v ,.., ,, ,.;, :: 'i",>,;! -< j, Mrs. Simon,'procured some lump. HOUSE i :". .':, "'
.an wh'o"wlU., advertise la driving .14. It has shell roads; cement walks of sugar and gave them to me. When OPERA, : !! r-. ' : !:t.. i .
i flue shrubbery and trees. , : 5- .5C1AS'S
: qlrand saw this be turned his bead
-r "be&ree--ne';;; : man who Is alwavs 16., It baa steam 'best, 'electric light toward. the Chaudronwithalook. which ..

t pulling back from any poblio enter and electric bells throughout. said: 'Come on. stranger! I will lead SKATING: BARLEY' MALT

,--, 'pri.. throws. bouquets on the grave. 18.,. It has. baseball, football' tennis you safely through the wild wood.". THE KING'OJ.L

;. % The many* who Is so stingy: a.' to'. be 1 1'U and track.has solid cour.e.of. study.. Some my children guide. They In the wished streets to, recognized play Mondays. Wednesdays. Distilled especially for '

V 1. 'bowling! bard'Umel.. -ureaches4 the 18. 1..... methods of teaching 'are wlthhim, but he turned hit head with and medicinal use
fuperal,slogs tbedoiologjr, and thus m dern. -' an air decision, with the air of one Fridays Saturdays. "BOOTED.BEER ,, :

t 1.beowli lies burled from all sorrow 9.Its atmosphere -I., rellgout.. and who did not have time, to. amuse himself .Afternoon,.;.,* ...,. .'. . .3 to' 0 S
and care.-delnesvllle\ Sun. elevating.. , : and with an sir 'of satisfaction( EvenlDts,. . .... ; S".7:30to 10, -
I 20 Its teaching is not sectarian. ID the certainty bat hi. would receive SaturdayMornIngs.,9to 12 ''S
I 21. It is open to all denominationsIn "be. sugar when be. returned.. Wt '. < CANADA MALT ,'
It Is claimed by trustworthy; authority the State.. hastened to depart from the villageand

: ,I that the orange crop will .not 'b, 22. It- bas af/ Star' Lecture course. I found myself alone With Noirand NE5CT' \ ATTRACTION.. :. 8.6B1TDOZEJ$' and other brand&'of!

.f.AaF"\ 'but' little larger than it was last year, 23.every It has year..strong Literary and. Debating be among had:these byjhts beauties mission of made nature me which ad -a F "Whiskey too numerous

Tne. estimate now j Is from 3.000OOO.to Clubs.r i _' mire. Those beautea{ were, to begin . to mention.WhiskeyBottled
ty :,, OOOOO bt) :... The fruit is very '24. ,Iicomblnesjnanualtr.Ining. with with a friirhtful route, dusty and hot j

.. finfthrougbout tbe'oran belt, and I mental. under the midday sun.' The do* proceeded S ,
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..: v s 2 6, It hUstrong' Christian, Associations. with an alert face butIf.IRned. ooooo oooooo oooooo
at.rotrn'e are promised agood price ii. .
myself to follow him. was. going J '
v., ;t" M the market In spite of much green ,20 It beautiful architecturally at a steady pace and. was. taken with THE-;-- "

;. fruit shipped, holds. up well and the 2'Lh gives free. monthly organ recitals. a fit'of anger when I wished to seat Kisslmmec .. in Bond f.
I; ': Florldat... An great .' myself on a fence corner under 'tree Drug O.WHAT' ,
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f demaDd.-Der :28 It.bal a large law library. which S 'i'
Land : gave a slight'shade. Noirandbarked {
.n oord., 29 It bas Sunday. vesperseuvlces. Bass's- Ale
l' with a fretful voice and threw Gulnness's
30 'It bat fine chorals, glee. clubs' and some fierce glances at me: Evidently Stout '
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- Governor Bloxbam may be a oandi. .31 It Is a growing university. He was. not accustomed to sit there, .' P' LOWESTPRICES BY THE'Q
.dais for 3 2 'It bas lobe best modern equipment. and those yelps were so imperative LON

'.. 'never been governor defeated In 1908. He has 33 It makes special rates to school I hat I raised myself to resume my ,,W carry the largest and :A' :zn'QJ:2.: O up .

which for a nomination teachers.. S 'ourney. Noirand soon calmed. him-, most varied stock of our line, i'l
,. 10 be aspired did should be be It ,It U for rich and.poor alike. self and began to trot gaily before me. in town. OOaN fcozzi: : 2.OO '
.. andidat be would bt a'fcaVd man 3 5 ,It bap large endowment IIID a., I ,I understood him; be was content.. S ixp ,
F" ;10*. *.. The of 38 Its buildings and) its equipmentare Some minutes later be took me Into 'We carry none 'but thej S :
people Florida; '
., t'd .w..p. Blo.ah.&Dd love as solid as rock. : II a patch all blooming all shady .with :freshest and purest of drugs: QLfrm.: : &&..OOup k ,
would delight 31 ,It bas a fine location high land. It .
on nndergrotb. was a road full of '
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J1j Itonor' him again,.-Gainesville' San: 38, It.Is In a county where there are. freshness and the music of the .near-by at all times. AND OTHER LIQUORS IN PROPORTION, #

:- :, .,.. ,'\. 1. ....IOOD'. ?*- rippling brooks. My guide suddenly -#, '"Your pr prescriptions are filled .
Pistol : ,39 It Is the most:: beaut.1ha1own inState glided beneath the undergrowth and :
Pam '
1 ItS. llssappeared along a small ''piTh.I by a Graduate in Pharmacy 'i;
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7 'The pistol carriers',of this 40 It. baa a generous,. p..l.roo-Mrl-: followed somewhat. out of breath.' I besides five years'actual ex: "

!.. have an idea that securing a county license .Eftetson.; . had not gone s hundred.steps when I perlence. ?"! S .. H: W. IVIETOALF ,
i( : 4 or permit from the board of county 'n Its -CbrittUn'' associations 'are found Noirand who was.<.watlnar for 1 ., Col
.I .. commissioners .ut.bor.-amd. permits : doing: a strong work.. ... me, his bead high, his ears picked vp, Doesn.t. this mean something rfn '
J 't them to stick a 1)1.tollll 'their pocket It bas a Greek letter tr. rol'Y. I its eyes brilliant. In a sort of green ? ORANGE: ;. i AVE.
,,, .and carry I'cOncealed, 01' p.rtl1.coa. 1.2' It has great. university functions. 'b..lftilled with the sound of a beautifulcascade. ORLANDO: ,. F.L.A' !

fS Ir ieeale4..Not.., The law. 'author-. No QlODel1s spared to, make.. it .' There was ..0' old. rustic We carry sufficient help) to- "?, .

'.tnw Pennlu wa sever intended to efficient. ', S bench and the wl.oceof.Nolr"Dd went deliver your'pack e8, within, JUG TRADE '
; A' SPECIALTY
," 4 c1sdoes IIOt.take the place of the. law. with impatience. from my eyes >to the a. few moments after the pur- . ( r
\ .JII'Qblbb.IDa' th bench and from the bench to .
carrying of concealed ... my "c
\weaponaw The law simply '.u..bor.. Steamer Juahtta'v >. I soon understood the language. e'l", chase. This' Is not idleboasting 5---. S .__SSS ,.,.-.rr--o- ___ ., ,
c i .1be Individual to carry" Il.aD\ **' ulde. ..1 sat down and rested myself, bQt'we want' your' .. to. ,..
iI :.11 t ... about bJe person a pistoL Regular. ,'weekly tripe Klsslmmee e. taB lighted a cigar(end gave. Noirand a business; and we .know we .A.--;1I "'.--.-'---"-''''----- }.
Tbe 'prhU. Jrly.a bv tbeae stinger. Leaves every ''Mondaymorning lump of sugar.. Evident! be was t'can please. ',' ''' '' '
( 'permUa bllli be. and ii at T re&ul'lllo Tbura- accustomed to rest here and lake his S KISSIMMEE.e'w. .A:1' .
being O'clOClri .
JI... &117.. If &be oouru will place a.IINd a few' day .. <
c .... OD .oe .,ol'ibeae Uow. who ge&, service. dozen 'minutes; In the' meantime I ,
I.. ''lbtDk It.the thing to JrO. around .with .. _,U..Moniarr W... r.WANTED was perfectly. tranquil. Noirand.had : : j : :
'tobe handle of an 'o14, pistol $on S begun to' Inspire with me absolute Klssimmee, "Drug Co. GREFIN
oat el bis hip, pOcke.... it will bring : ,bv Chicago' wholesale confidence. .I,was resolved to; obey .. _
..e.I to their "">.... and make. them' and mail order house, assistant* m..a.1' him Implicitly.., He ',arose, stretched ,
....p carrying them a belt and ager (man or woman) for tbl..eount.,1aod himself, and three me a glance1' which , FLA.; ,vjFucy

.eebbrd. ap compIet.by>> the I law.scdisDewL ._ adjoining territory. Salary tao. I understood perfectly well., We a-.. .

.. . .. S and expenses paid weekly expense I I'S .ume4'o.ul': 'OUrDn through ;ba woods. tSroceries :"
money a4 YaMe .'Work pleas anvposlrtlon ; "alktof'SoiL'et.b.r U two old frl ad.. -' .- ,Familyi -:.' 'Fresft Meats
-I J:tT4s;' Ctr. Cold u'v". o.'il'i _. Benaafesnt,No iavestmentoMxper- NolraDd MUlecI.to enjoy" the stlenctand P\\'A. VNS... &GNEW : ; : :: .

Take I&zat1V.r.Omo.! laeejMqulred.' Spare tlsra vajBsble.ttonceforfullpanieiil .: I .sweetness of ibe;.forett, as tnuch "VI >* : .' S 'I".. ....:I,
s." 'All drngj.j. ...' as I* ij *'- ... .Jf.>, .,, Arro.>i.rArV: ,.WM.... I 1
.WJIfaIIsso.i..w. L .1 One of th'jh'usi oaths In1 Canton .f.l-
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, ........ II 0 D e 5eh i. itjt A: "Vend 'prescBtea Itself*to our .'left.i AKD. NorKISSIMMEE .5. : S :, e1erEveryDqat'Any\ : Hour., ,Patronage SOli d.i.'L. : \' }
:,t{ & ,t, J(' : ,.a.. QbIc.ro."J-. -- i. S r i Noirand..hesitated. .a. little,, then. con.. . :":/ ':FLA .
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'.;',;.J: ? "'r&c KIsslmiM. Yeileii['(Gazette :New... shapes'Ir ..back. opsabs at'KaU'. :,. ... t',.Thursdaj is 'Thanksglvlni- /' ?Our failstoeknoVt arriving1!'you sI.e' PMubes -
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1>& ,, Dtha SidelY. 4
Inspection
I Famll/horse tor sale. at agal. ,7... i! . 1nvtted..t. JTaUrp.A.t .. '
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i ;J.'u". y' 'T.L.PHONa NO.11. by I )'f E?'. J1I 1'f" Chunk Christ ; :;Yesterday morning WI':P.D. Outli w I The ).
minister > of the
'\ . Oirault .court 'for. Osoeola:county of ; will! be drove by the Vallv Gaaeue pupiorganised seventh grade I lea
_i 1' convenes.next :V e! abeee from town dvwiog. woreriiw.er* offioe and a. literary society,
1'UBLIIiEBDBVERT: 'XBIAAY. Jack! aboock. .t shot l ,:"flte floe:;wild melt"; vice be, requested the editor to accompany him .have. named lobe ")

'<; ., w., M"'B.' M BT A'Rtl' ..e.: 1IQ61. ,SUr]Ca: - thing for a Short drive,' a* be bad some Ulub. They meet society on Friday the l Crsesm after... '',
last Interesting show
week.
With
home in LAkelaad law: Saturday deavor ,us Doom at two
fcSO o'clock
))1;;( ... ; ,'i p.aces.pr.acebg ;at 7:16. out in the school ,
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( Fresh stock garden and flower seeds Ladies watobl6 Jewet'E1&la. ,
driven
tllf' ', at the Klsslmmee. Drug Co.. mss; F..I..le Dann about It, Auburn vi 11* will be lo town, and '.occupy hie reeidesio In the were down'to taK'.tatersj.tlnsi program of rsdM I,
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1 ., ,' ... the western part 'of Uons; reading '
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and
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** Mrs.. pulpit December M. town wSec 1 songs v deb****.
\: ..... Sturtsvantleft yesterday Mr.,W. H.'Smlt.h"t.hl.k M we alighted. and followed ..'. oanie4 out sod .
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TsmaiBAV .:Ho* Ktod.1106.Friday. North .. ,,A..CoasABooM.. Minister.Remember Mr. Outlaw; Vastly eujoyafh ,
.C .1. for Carolina to. 'be' . .
.. ". Hut.. 'J '-..-.-" about a month'; nAnother sell or rent his town .....IIS.nee.A ...I'1"CJ cent1'Crib or barn.;, Here we were Known a pile con- baatad dlsoussloes are, thatthe II8IfI'IOIIIHMalcl +'
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...u., Pan paid on account gives you a chance t.&InID.-1Ift, bushel of a* fine, sweetweerreuraisedd as be .t back
Peter au Antes
.. lot of 'collars, ,
wet and, dry election 'Kas' been at three handsome .. w / 4Hf V a
. presents at. : all of \ life
---r-- ties.and. purses at Kau's, : called In Brevard county for De i 13th.As ''. i. on a liable half awn natony baa.seore advanta*sTh > -1.1 c;
.....?... "H. C. G. Hardware Co., o'Ypr than. oonntry life,.,
._r ..,.u....;... '. M So many of our citizens have been ( a consequence of the extremely .1M acre of high sand land fertilized with .offioer of this :club bare PrVto '
..* .... 80 et visit.) 'this r. and Mrs. Brown; of Birming I compost. :Had: It **- .
Drlob. fair in Tampa weejr not been for the
.' WolidVy'T....;.... M ell heavy travel during the State. Fair at ham Ala., who ex.tremely w.n'd"O'.r fg... ,
sptctlast wlnterhere.returned I! .
". 'J'an4........i.v. <2' HIWedDMda. that It is impossible make personal Tampa all trains have beeiHate. this the dry..weather this fall, the crop .-... *..+' /"S'StLilUao \ ... .
s ......... S3M 5'' .' mention of each one ' week ." 'I- early part of last week: 'would have doubtless been much .lar Portsrt Traaauresv. :Roea ..
.... "d will again! spend the winter. at the than it '
Tasr.dut v 67. : I ger was, I roCritto '
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it Fall goods-rOur oe'jll.' arriving\ VIssesLJ Park Hotel. Mr. splendid crop g ; Oliver Reporter,
nTe BasS and Dana Oott-. Brown brought his 4 Df ElfV'i object lesson Lucy "
'; .- __._ ., w. L. VAN r-DZOK.: P.-... -' KaU's.. wales spent the day In Orlando last dogs, run and. fishing tackle and will I In i farming .and snow.: what Buckle, 'BlTOtdUM I.xi ;:
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Among the proAilnentKi.simnieeltes Saturday.. enjoy, the fine sport to be' bad, In'ibis Ban be eooomDllihad when energ sad u '.". .. Reporter.. ......,

Our rates 16r insertion of adv.ertUe-: -. Who are in Tampa this,week'caklng to Mr. A. C.: Chapman and family and ,10101...,'. I good Judgement are applied.j, Mr. The W." A C.Oro. Co'r J lOt.
matter. on the State. Fair and Mr'...W.t. .Get Outlaw I. an intensive bIR i-ranv
I' menU among.the: ,, reading are Judge Mr; R. K Stewart, of Sumner, Ga., '1'oU1"acboot' supplies theKisslmmee farmer and on house ha been ,
, tblf page is .'ten cents'" per Hoe each in:I [ Johnston and Mayor; 'W, Ader-. are visiting the family of. Mr. Q, B. Drug! Co. Full line of 'tablet .- t.bl'.ame piece of Isnd,'( by, .liberal. a thousand boxes/of>> turo.h.OQS fruit day about ibID
fertUuation a 4
and ,
; sertion. hold and family, Woodall .*. slates pencils, pens etc. Intensive cultivation week* ( 1'
...' I h* has managed to raise "- ::
" Go to the Waters tc Carson Grocery. Dr:;Moore returned. Mi", Ch.... h. Moore, of De..ve.I crops In the past two year six different..-' oJ!. nd

I Co. for tour seed oats. leaving his mother.very much improve Falls, Pa.whopurchased'somelapd 'f ... ..,,, .., .w' ( H.s. .... IIIII ,; ;
Mr. Frank Vans arrived in health.Mr. from W. A; MoCool on Steer. Beach This V!Is ,
Agnew to We [
hav. "
notify my customer that dust sedeled ,.a'enrtiaid Of
THE: OCALw FIELD.: home Tuesday night. from Russian .1...:W. Thompson .....ul'necfbow. whom.last winter he was,' Is married here with a few his week bride, to I have returned and am again at.'my well broken young mulea.walOhpurchased war d;
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o Siberia where bee has been for the ago place in North
yesterday. He report his mother and is having a neat built Klsslmmee, ready to direct from the) farms, .' r
1-*set. three years engaged in the mining very low and notexpectedtollvemany. his place. Heis also cottage planting. .on receive all order for cleaning dyeing whloh we are offering for sale other.We .
with Mr. N. Fell. a ten and
busipesa
E ; days longer. pressing clothes. All orders will also i hav'' .carload"or !
acre good ,,
< .... orange grove, and erpects to '
receive '
Fresh Oysters' served in all styles. spend his winters prompt attention. servloabl general purpose bors*
I..il For the best. bargain in an there inn the future.
( Wade the;Tuner. Orlando. ..f and at all hours by G. A.'Gilbert. in Osceola orange Nice 1.1. ', apRM FLEMING.: which will be .olcl. varv,low; prtn**!
apply -- _
grove county to
line of picture. moulding and /I' If ID need of a horse or-mule' H will J
"F :. .. Nobby line of neckwear'at Dannt., If you want to ruin your boy Just T. M. MvnPany.7lr. mat, lust arrived, J. 'W, Tbomp.oo.'Mr.'W..C.Partoo. We have, just received ,car >of pay.ou. to see our befor* buying.;. .'

I' take his side on every question; and .. Ella M. 'Short, .trained nurseof arrl.ed'Moo" naMs and barb wlre.{ Can meet''' any Sunny South, Scabies T tL ..
: 'New line of mouldings at. Fountain's. 'dispute he ha. with his t.eacheror let ttartpw Istvlsltlng her parents Mr. day nigbt from New York and will body's- prices and save you the freight, B.. IN ; him know him ,
with right or .
t, White Star Laundry-CITY B ERY.tY I wrong, in you all his are nisputes. This will and Mrs.,1-D. Graham at the homeof spend the'winter In Klsslmmee In ., S.' C. Hardware. Co. : r.'t. >> .
her sister Mrs.,,W. Z. Bailey. A full line brttdsW
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him company with his partner John M. of all bet 't adln,,-
ontbs
,I AU kinds of picture. moulding at. rive good, start dow4watdpath. Lee he theeary Katzbau'sbteod assortment,'of of whiskies wines and '
.' Quite a numbs of' our<.citizens areaway went down to Southport. birthday. and Wedd beers at tM.
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Thompson's- 'II this week lo the part.of the week and spent a his line loir presents. ., sea White 1 Rose Saloon? LH. Lewies b
r in We have a car load of wagons that. State Fair at Tampa attendanceVona. couple of day Inspecting the Lee- .before buying" Co. ,,. Orlando. Fla.:; .' '.tf ',
Monday .
A ; W. J. Sear Esq. ipent we are offering chaap. Parsons Cattle Co's. ranch of which ',-' - -
1. Orlando on business. !j Sk: C. G. Hardware! Co. Mr. and Mrs R. 'D,, Fuller'are Mr. Parsons 1 I. president. and Mr. -- -- .. .

i." Mr. Ceo,'T. Slngletary and family. 'Jack Hancock's many friends will Haven spending near some which weeks place Mr.at Winter Fuller Left vice-president and manager. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOLID CAR LOAD ,0;

a' returned. last. night. from an-extended, : be iliad to know that be has decidednot it extensively engaged. Incltri culture. ; In order to close'out my stock- Iam '
r)' stay in the mountains of North Carolina touaove. i t and Georgia.-. in Clsslmme and continue to If you have any laun'dr1'0' send goods' shoes and notions. at actual

:..; < tlqt our nortbernvlihore. to the best away and want it "done up" In good. cost; u W H. SMITH.
.tablets
;;" >Makinson'a Have
f .. .,, 'Remember I am closing nut stockof All the schools In the county are night: from Jacksonville bringing
my
Mrs W.. D. Johnson has purchaseda dry goods at actual cost. closed Wda Mate honor' of Educational Arthur Higgler whom he arrested inthat
turpentine location atOakabumpka: W' H4; SMITH. Day at the Fair, and a large city for robbing Hodges camp ,
in Lake county and left. Tuesday,: for number of the teachers.. and pupils are out at (he Mosley grove, where Mr. '. ,. ,
that place to ,...take charge.' I The steamer JU.lllta' again, 'mak- attending.Get. Hodges has a gang: of men at. -work If
fog her regular runs to* Baslnger each gathering fruit. About, a' week ago. ,
All kinds of pictures framed'' to order I week, and last week brought up over ready for next oJond",. Call while,Mr.Hodges was In town, .Hig

at Thompson's. ......: seven hundred boxes otoranges.Capt. and see our school. supplies' W.' B.Makloson filer and another, man named : Burke ;
Mobley says she seems to have Co. V wh6 were-working for him stole a lot ;Shells :and:

Mrs. pllley' left Sunday afternoonfor been Improved rather than Injured by Messrs. 'J.'P. and C. E,' ,Ennls. art clothing etp. and left. ,Burke halt 1 ,
Tampa, where she and Miss Jeans her recent immersion Lake Kissimtoes. preparing to open- a store at NarcooBsee. since been caught! and lodged In 'Jail. "
Gardner will be in charge of the. High The style of the firm wlU be Both men had some of .the clothing on V

School exhibit. at the Fair. Ennls Bros., and they propose to ban- when arrested and confessed tbehguilt.
Come and Inspect. ourj: fall good die a line of general merchandise.,, ., Cartridges.Vs V1 .
all the latest mil- ;;
'Large stock of before buying. else where.
'llnery at Mrs. J. L Overstreet's.; CASH!! BAROAIN STOKK- : Dr. Dodge's customers are- satisfied for Sale .

Miss stolle Moon' returned Man- The Steamer. Lillie was delayed on that from they two not to only five save dollars their eyesightbut pair \' I.d'.re prepared to',fill orders at prices-that will be to your'advantage:tb tavestlgate -\;V4, .

day from Tampa. where she bad been her last trip by the wind and low water their glasses.' a on i A home lo North Kissimmee, two before,ordering elsewhere.' We can serve; you.better than *"....mi.-! .
assisting in arranging the Osoeola and did not arrive till 'late Sunday story seven room house consisting of or Jacksonville state. your needs and we will give you the prloos.'''(doo1. 1 '
High School exhibit at the fair. .afternoon She brought up 1037 Mrs' J. L. Over........'.' line of Mil four bed room, one''sitting. room, eady. for immediate future delivery' Try,. nsandseefor yonr *lveH;, >
a of fruit and the following llnery Goods complete, and her dining room and kitchen wlth-double '

raxes passengers
Arrived ,8It.erd"olce'line of Peter front veranda with bed .-YOU: NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MIBSsBY NOT.ASKINGFOB' ,'Vf?
Hew two room onUrst
: Mr*. Tatman-'Mrs.' Ja*. prices are. ,right.' good ,every .: '
Pan Collars, Ties '> Plaid Belts at rawdy and child Mrs. Parker, week., ? floor, fully equipped with electric '
Rio.....'.. : ... . lights .
/ throughout including veran
Miss Bertie Johnson and Durham
Butler. .through 1 Or&nPleeoun ,'. portion of the W. B MAKINSOS COMPAfc'
Mr. H. T. passed Hancock' Orlando-Kissimdiee road will be completed das.Lawn
t Mond.'lrom Narooossee bl.w..y shaded with oaks '' and seven
t town Hewasacoompanied See Mrs. J. L. Odorstreet'e. line of in about a month. We may large: cabbage. palms of natural

d' this far to Hanlord.by Mr...;.DuLler. who spent the winter New Millinery hat. before purchasing" ) your then expeotto.our streets. see automobiles most any old whiulntrabout times growth: flowing' artesian. well. Three ''KfSSlMMEE,. FLORIDA'1 Jv . .. ::
of all fence.
under
acres
grove one '.
in town. . .
day ,
4 r chair Want.ec1.A: '&'ood industrious'girl I Mrs; J'.' L. Qveratreet'. i Is receiving The grove consists of three''' hundred % wv %%, %%%- '
Great bargain In willow at for cook and house work; also, man new winter hats at her Millinery store budded orange and grapefruit trees ,
Thompson's.. to make himself' generally useful I every week. Laul ., don't fall to see old some bearing, nicestablaand , .tr.ilee.t, :_ *v i..wc. :
c. A. CB&ON .
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Albert ,Overstrreet has sold his About .the house and .&,rollnd.. Man. them. carriage house never been '. ..: .. RYAfIl.entery. ..
cjoteTiuiineirwMr;t;HrrReddl and--wife>p.ere.IIA 1'JIT::arraybouseOkeecbobeeBulldinK I :.' and Mrs: s. B.: Aultman and 'mad;every thing'In1 first clsisTepalrsrThis -

'who' Is now In charge Albert .is ) Deo. 3rd. ,1--M Miss Settle Aultman came up from Lake home' 1 I. situated at the head. of '. '' ,; "" . .,
thinking of going to Ttampa to learn .HARK W THOKMAN. ,Tohopek lIfa overlooking 1%
Miami
the. automobile business.. Ninety five cases ofour fail stock of over here Tuesdaynight with relatives a and day,stopped or so. I For miles of further water.. Information,A bargain for apply 3000.to Waters' & :Carsoi' Grocery 'CoWholMl

Fine line Of watches. at. the Klsslm- Shoes have arrived and. are ready fm They were on their way to Tampa to :Valley Oatette.,, ; .

., Inspection. ,_ STANFORD. take in the State Fair. ,I .
DruaCo. -
mee .' .*. ....llD..l ral..- _V .
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Everythingthat school
Messrs. R. O,. Bowden.of Lakeland. Mr. C. O. Hesse, who bas been conducting a boy or Three handsome presents to be
? .Tax Collector; C, L. Dandy indA. another) vary successful piano girl needs at Makinson's. given away. Every 60 cents cash or ;E R.1 S'

G. Benton left Monday'to spend a sale here for the Ludden closeout ", Mr. H." W. Thurman writes .that paid on account gives: you* a chance.. 'Gt.e: &

't M few days on a camp hunt. In the vicinity Smith Co., 'of Jacksonville, himself and family will arrive in S.;: 0.. G. Hardware Co' .
Creek. .the J last of b stock and left for Klsslmmee' about Deo. 1st to .take , '
of Canoe up : : . . .,
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c Dwe11lna.. for .rent 'apply to M. 'rn.I Tampa Wednesday rolllgwbere be their residence for the winter In Mr.Thurman' . The City' Baker ';;is 'agent., for, the i .'. .j-- .
, .!spend adayorsoattendingthefalr, cottage (tber Okeechobee< 'White Star. ..Laundry-the. best. la the f > COUNTY,Aoeirrs. FOV. \ I I. -,., ''
eI'. during his stay. of two weeks here Mr. '
which be
building) .purchased while State:
Mr.'R. O. Bowdenformerly tale- Hesse. ... sold,;about\ ten Instrument her last 'season.. I' II, A. ..VGRAIN t Celebrnted.P 1lu.z I CRATK8;

graph. operator here came. '' up from Now la the time to save money'' by Mrs. J.'Zh.Overstreet is constantly A Successful l Hunting Trip. s.1 : ,. :
Lakeland. where be Is. now employed, buying 'dry goods. 'shoes and : w. : ;! 'C.
your receiving new hats for the ladies at. .w; ;B. 'A" : N ;
with - V
last Sundayand lef... Monday a notions at coat from W Ht( "'SMITH her millinery store. Doa't fall. to .see Messrs Le> Seaman W. A.-MoCooiJr. ._ __ c.rc...... aed Men ,:\! t
.,+' party. for_ fe" days camp hunt' in. the '' them before purchasing. ., Chas F.. Moo..ndLut.ber. ,Warren ;lsebk.d. elf Anilcstlsa.a .
Cano*;,Creek country. Dr. W.-H.-Sturgis.. and wife;' Mr. lefti last Saturday morning on. a / \, ._ .''rt11 ,
West Havana .the best W. H.: Sylvester andswife, Dr.' Sylvester C. R. McKnigb't who has been ,connected huntinq'and. fishing trip la the vicinity _
Stoke Key I and Mr. U. E.+/We.t are apartyof with the Atlantic. Coast. Line in of Lsjce Gentry and were successful ,, '" ':
'6a'Cigar. on'.the market.Mr. Bostontourists who arrived. inKlealmmeeMondav the capacity of night .ticket. Agent at to .the extent that Messrs. Seaman and HIDES ffi': '" :)' S' '

r ,,< J.'. R. Dooegan, manager ofMr. and took"\ passageon Sanford was arrested in Jacksonville Warren succeeded in bagging a very ; "U I: : .; ,"PIQ.QL:_ t '.1.
Hopkln's legecattle ranch at Crabgrass the. steamer Lillle Tuesday morning Tuesday and brought back to Sanfordto large black bear, that weighed' : the
sold this week to A, M.-Tucker for a months outing down the answer'a charge!I of larceny of* S17 neighborhood of 600 pound Mr. . I. .to

I;; of St. Petersburg a carload of 'extra river They brought wltb them" their brought. against him by the Railroad MoCooi is having the skin tanned S' Opuxxtr: :;' :Produce> .e" Spec1.a1'tV.. . .. : ,
fine beef! cattle, which were shipped to tents. ..od..1 necessary. equipments Co.-, ,? .. and sent north to his home at Beaver \\ -t .. .',...-: : .

Jr that place to w....used in the local. mar camping out; also. their .dogs, suns bars We have just received a car of' bedspringr Falls Pa." The party also killed ,sixalligators v N4MAN ,
and fishing tackle and expect to
kets.,, . kind ; the largest belna-.ts feet.
.Any want cheaperthan
i wAtth given ask Dannabout fine spore_ |.during_, their trip.Lost.IJitle ,1 offered before you in Klsslmmee. Mr.' MoCooi captured a6i} |K>uod trout i :
Fine ever
t; It. . away- ,, ? >:! ", girl's .pin cresoent i "i' S. O. O. Hardware Co. and bird Mr.,Moore bagged. pice bunchof Trnnntnnmmtnnmttttitlmnimmmftnja'''' '' } : : ;

down from De- shaped with Fleur-de.Hi of pearl.. 'dr.3. G. Oottwalles" _.
Mrs;;: C. G.He. came came up from n :
'' ,Land and spent a few days here with Reward if l'ft..t., this.office. Mulberry yesterday suffering with a Winter pineapples being naturally. ,

M her husband last week. Mr. and Mr. Mr.'E..Nelson Fell received a cablegram crippled) hand Into which he had the. sour, this is to advise parties.wbo buy.IUressmakl g J Parlors: '
t' Hee both have many warm friends'' last week: becessltatlrighls return misfortune to ran an iron 11I"ea.t.: while .hem that if they will take the troubleto I .
t here wbo will always be ready to give to Siberia, where he i* general manager working on eomem&. bloer1' He will grind them up on their meat grinder. :
welcome when they, ,visit( The remain here with his family until his ,
,, ;, them a warm of the Spassky Mines. they can be sweetened and made Justas ,
Ktsslmnwe, . cablegram was great dlssapolntment hand. Is well enough to permit. < '(.of< delicious, as the summer pines. l .It .
ticket with eacb COo cash purchase to Mr.- Fell ... he .had >ut. returned his, returning' to work. E. B. GnxJETTK.: . < "

or A paid on account Danns., with his family from Nlbel'la. and badgotten Parian'Paint on*'dollar'per. gallon f., H for Shaker Colony. CUTTING.: AND PI'ITJNQ.'BY. 'ANA" <:" '
;
"'
settled for .the
b '
a Mr.. August Schmidt'.returned..., winter at comfortably his beautlfIl11..k..ld., home. aun S. C. G., Hardware. Co. The'largMt line of furniture ever EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER/ Ja

.week from fort Pierce, having disposed ,The Polo.....' Beside the long tedious t. : offered in Klsslmmee, sat prices that ", _'_ L-_. g- .r-. .?., ._. r .'_ ,f
of all his .ho..... .and mules Journey .from hero to Slbera, at The Tampa Bay Hotel is' advertising defy'. competition...
a outfive.'which be brought back with this season of the year Mr.: Fell will a rate of 93.00 day' and, up S. C. O. Hardare Co. E , \
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? him. While away Mr. Schmidt visltea h.etou04el'jfO the hardships of atrip during the State Fair Parties 'desiring 11 '
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4( Miami, and other f places of Interest'on nearly six hundred miles In a slslga to stop there and expecting to Hundred Dollars Reward.. i: Mrs.; Pilley ':and Miss Wofflfliaker ,,1 wE
4 the East Coast i over the Ice to reach his destination. get a three dollar rate. however, 'hadbetter 1 "*' nI

t See .window display' 'of,,,Japaneseband M.... Fell accompanied him ay far as have an ...... decidedly) On Hundred Dollar ,Reward fop Yo -AT"u V, -. :+ r
drawn work' : at Dann. New York but will return in a short 'hand or they will' find It 1 evidence suffloent to >cause the arrest f
; "' V -V V : "up" when they go to' kettle.. '
time. andoonvlotionofany person

? tit"; W;J;of McCracken St. Paul the Nebraska well known., I 'Brln,.. pickle and'ge; a comic sup. 'New barber shop ''at Patrick's" old firing wood or eomittlngany persons trespasson Mrs Piney t MiIliiieryKisslitimee Store
) -. horseman, stand. Service fay tonsorial artist any partof what 1* known a. the ;;
? {t h his many friends here plement tablet with sketches for.paint "Ie
i+ wa lest'-' greeting. Saturday: Mr. McCrackeu; ing. W. B. Maklnson, & Co.,* conversant bartering. with all the latelt.' fad. In. Hopkins It Pasture.. J.". ,DONBQAMMgr.Phone . WW1 W1UW1 1WWW 1i11i1WUwWWwW

.. brought a carload Qf horse wltH' him On account bl the warm: damp>> { u !
as far as Lakeland' which he disposed weather. last. week which caused the Mr. J.'P.'Eonirwas In sown yesterday -your wants;, we do the run :
. } of in a b\\ocbon..rrh..lln, that'.city.. fruit to sweat in the packing: house on business connected -with the aiolr.. .." J .1""

Slates, pencil :pens' 'Ink,' ',..bl ... the Waters & Carton Grocery Co.. new store which he< acd his brotherare KiesnruEg'DBpa COMPANY.- \, to ..
Makinson's.., bad to suspend '..operation) In their. preparing open at Narcoo..... '
u..t.
'+ eI.c.' for school large packing house on, Thursday and I He, left an order with. .the Valley Don't, forget when purchasing '''dry V

"I Mr.' J. .:'W.f; Thompson :.was again Saturday..,, The pickers however, G.tette. for .the necessary stationeryto good and shoes that you can g*', themat Go.A:CAR.oN :JOMN. A, Lag. t' .1".*L.'c....... t ,
'called toils old home in Georgia: last' . were still at work and Saturday night: 1I.-ID.b.,. conduct of the business. actual costal W.H.SMITH'S,. .........", '., -......... ee.......
'" 4 week by a telegram announcing the found them with over .two !thousand in goods '
My purchases dry clothing
." serious Illness of blsmother. 'Advices his boxes of fruit In the bouse. To this and notion* for lob,. fall exceeds in ,Try the new- barber'' shop. Everything State Bank :of '; ,1I' .fr
by
Thompson and
'received from Mr. was added over a thousand more new uptodateSharp ,
made for this trade. .
volume
.f, family since his arrival.......,that his boxes", when the steamer Lillie arrived They are any arriving ever dally, Kat2's.,.JJ snore; clean\ towels first-class ....- :emu' Kissimmee FJa.JC''i, \ Lv

t,, toother very low :and... > not' expected Sunday .afternoon causing somewhatof Iylce..... .. ,! '. : ( ,; e ;
1 to live,' . a congestion: Manager Lupf.r"how..er Dress Making Parlors. > ,' r--. ,," r' :1t.J. ...
'n wa* equal to the occasion and "-'c, A B. 'TAibVPCApItL,4' ; %'.i""I 0rlry'+n $yye0NU'
a !. Anot.her'lot'of"R'J A', cadet,hoslcry has been bustling thing with 'large For .the convenience of the ladles of I >' ; ;VVt' ",
<< a ,CKROLRRR.. "'A..i.'TY'\M. yy.4. eyi 1 ..,... .. .)
at Danps. ; Klsslmme I' have opened dressmaking irrove of 350 'bearing .tree* <
1, Just received fore of hands this week- turning, out a Orange J'
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y -t7 ,,.WA.'MoCoolJr.: of Beaver twelve orfifteen. hundred. '' boxes ,of parlor connection ' Falls few; w.* .. at packed fruit K! : Millinery store., ,'I have associatedwith barns .Presentcrop included a. sold "' -I"C w 'ti'-t1
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Pa.,'I. spending payday.: ; -
t Prwaptind Car.fat 'Attertlor .'' l ...
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1 on Star Beach i f me Miss Wommaker'of Atlanta soon,?;., ,J...M.WuaaowJL; ", ant pier .. a.. :.
i'r r his father's fin thesraiherlogand grove market :tiosT-\ tan colored .pocket book who will take pleasure- showing the muted t.:Ma..' Ecbaa.s.. send. .. air...$_.... I...... :
'r 1 with name of 4. H.-Prevail *on outside latest .' ..* and advising with yod :W* would. illul'\O'1 give-,, : ) ',prices rha.-l... jt\ jtkt'"L :M'' ;; '> i' <., .' : t'K, ,' dy':1,

'S., ""Eat.of pl did CI'Opof.. excellent guts containing gold soak rug,with on this subject.' 'She ha .had.'V long on sash-400r. 4- blinds for. 'you t ,...: ..to r. X J r-! ;Y01iRz1i0glitl .-.vi.t a, ,
.," a He estimates his grapefruit set, two children''. picture on buttons experience and can pleas yon. ,Give> buy, if we cant save you* ,money 'wedont.
thisaeason. laoct.bl.. and valuable paper Rew&nIt her a trial. __ t: -, ".>' ,lor - .want your: trade, ;: .,.. ,> \ . . .
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sof.. (. 'WtrinenWbo'i: -< WclL: 'TURPENTINE I 'TBUS1f NEG'RO'' 'EXC 'PES' NOOSE: 1CEL.\.ND'S ISOLATION BN1>ED. diets1"It' D.will, C,ultimately Bantos, :In tie a 'found.*'Nlnet entl pr*

It is astonishing BOW great a change .', I. Connected. by Cal Now With UM' 'Century and After" review,article on

.L- few years of m&n1ec1.JI'e often make in , an." their makers, that
Had Been Identified by Woman. at Hei, Outside World: newspapers {(
TIME OF ,'PAIN'tAND', PERKnmmat0aie the appearance and disposition of many .. the public that runs after sensation .

. women The freshness.-,the charm \he.'brllll..nce Alleged by Uncl Sam id' Assailant, But! Through,Acctdsnt) ;,: The establishment, of telegraphic hodgepodge, and blurred engravings. ,

S Bays tluef'Lydia'' 'Mt vanish-' like the bloom from ..' ( Exist : fs Proven. Innocent. yIn communication( with Iceland and Fa- fluctuating and capricious as It II.'can

9Astham-*,"' .IIet&l*]* Compound bas peach 'which .Is rudely' handled The.. In Georgia' Flprf'da f ; < 'roe is now an accomplished fact and be depended' -jppn. A' Journal'sbest

; to SVVMI. HerJUJs, &11.4, .... .. Ber'WeU., matron Is only a dim shadow, a faint echo : Is an event of no little importance to not about it a body: ,
,is to gather
. mstden. Just four;'and.-one-half I hope
*' 'of the charming There are two ., minutes the commercial community not only -Ot
How mane U... 01 beautiful yonogha. for this lnoranc and / of supporters to whom questions
,,reasons! tango, after a Jury tn'the-Fulton county of Scandinavia but also of Great Bri '
: a\1-\
appeal-
i&rla ". boon aaorlflced Just as they neglect,(! Few young women appreciatethe '. real rind" general !interest
... ripening Into womanhood I How' shock to the. system through( the CHARGE IS BEING, PROBED parlor court at Atlanta' Friday afternoon taro: This country h.'loag bad .Intimate questions of politics,literature, science: ,

.' glassy IrregiilarltlM .or displacements. change which& comes with marriage and ;" f bad retired Joe' Glenn, a negro, relations with. these !'emotepo..e.aloaa and art." +
1a'b been developed at his lmtwrtantysstodrau1UligIyyarsoleu motherhood., Many neglect to deal with of '''Denmark relations .
.ring I. "' .was .found not guilty oi the< chars which are likely to increase .a .the
'\ unpleasant. pelvic drains and weaknessejf M,ln Allegation 'ai' 'that SCIIooL.
:; ..;tJ., J ,r' j' . which too often 'come with marriage Navattons of criminally assaulting M.... J. N. direct result,of the electric link which THE NEW SWIMMING b

,. and. motherhood. not understanding Monopoly Is Too. Close'' to That of Camp: bas now bound them to the rest of Knlcket How did Jones learn to

that this secret drain robbing the cheekof Standard oil Company In Thus the civilised world To realize bow swim
was brought to a close one ot and Iceland are Bocker-II. practiced the motions
Its freshness. and the form of Its far removed Faroe
.r' fairness.As 'Operations.. \ the most remarkable cases of Its kind from the ordinary channel of com.,,I :under his,auto."-Now'York Sun." :

surely as tho ..health suffers net tried In the county':"-a case'which rnuni atlop" It is only necessary to ..... ,.-. ".i '

when' there Is derangement of the health!>> :Wort: that' .. north- '
J ,comes: from New York that will stand mention Faroe lies 'In- ECZEMA' AFFLICTSAMILY..
as
long a prabedenf for ;,
of the delicate woniJTHtorgin; so surely
.q F the federal, the north olShetland
:irhe/TtKMp. organsrtfVtftabfUhed. in : government is' gettln* .kf.. other communities to follow pre- westerly'dlpectlon'from .. '
; a a dl1tancL.oL215 miles, '
ter .nurpentlne ,
trusty whibh' rather ;; ,anrrdtor J
f health IheTaee ajid<0Ra>At 4 i a pedant which will doubtless do while Iceland further distant still
. its I IT lathe Nearly to have Its headtiuaiterj lnSaV much Two Teen With T rrlVl. Je..inmIVonilcrfal a.
a million Zenhave found health and_ vannab Oa to save the unlawful and unprovoked: from: Faroe by :340 miles,, the total Cur bj Catleur .

''Y ba J>Into In, th tis of Dr. Plcrgn's Favorlte The news' tlarthe United States shedding of human blood. distance of the latter from the extreme . .<'My liusbiad;>nd live children were at! 1l

rrescrf,pyop,, Jt makes weak wom-'' district attorney there Is north.of Scotland' being thus afflicted with- acuin." ''fb..., had it two
en strong and sick women well. Ingredients with the southern cooperating; On November, '12. Mrs. Camp, a snore than 650 miles. years.We used .ll the home rmdie I

oo label contains no alcohol or I. In this! district of Geor&ia'I white :woman,,,was assaulted by a ne. '. As the ordinary means of communication ' we could hrtr.,of,,wit bout soy relief: and ..
harmful habit-forming drugs. Made I movement.- Is alleged that who Is by steamer from Leith then ...nt'to a physician and cat medicine 'b ,;1
a hard and fast agreement exists. Bro' : afterward tied a' leather t..o.dilff.'reDt times, and it cot won.. Itaffected ,.
,
wholly of those native American, medicinal be- and Copenhagen the passage thither) .
L/Iniii a. Cole ( roots most highly recommended by tw< en the various constituent! comps thong mound I-rr throat, almost chok' Is necessarily ,a protracted, qne. and us all over except head and binds. ., .

leading medical authorities of all the several nies belonging to the :socalled ing her to death, She''' did not know things may )happen In either We aw Cutlcura Remedies. advertised and

//A, mother should come to-bel'child'said schools of practice for the cure of J and that the business and trust the, name! ,.of her assailant; In a few '''place many before a letter can go throughthe concluded to try them. So I sent for f,1.00. tr
alimentsFornursing terttory '
woman's peculiar worth of cake of Uuticura.Soap
consisting one
at this critical tians,and remember hours -Joe Cleun.. a negro farmer living
have
been ,
mothenorforthose broken- divided In of transmission.In
ordinary course
Pinkham's up regular oc,, ( one box of Ointment and one vial of
thhat Lydla E; Vegetable, down In health by too frequent bearing of" fashlon some thr o miles distant was .
the for topus ; It is intimated that' ", .arrotted. .- certain'circumstances a reply from Pills, tad we commenced to UM tbem. 1
Ootnponnd wilLpaepue system .
children, also for the expectant mothers., .
< unntliigchange and start,this- tar to prepare the systemfor the coming of the turpentine. trust socr.IIed,. i. tress Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland do not know how to express my joy in
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.Ssts;period In ayoung: girl's life without baby and makingIts' advent easy and Huonced and controlled to a greater ,Mrs Camp IdectttWa hint aa t&e would take about three months, practically finding;; a> cur,, for two of my'. children a

jelii ay tl'l' ; ladtje.. almost. painless, there Is no medicine quite or lass degree/ by the Standard luau although her first ,description the/SUM as from the United were. 10.4' that they' have' the brown ""'

Miss Emma Cole of Tu 11 aboma.Tenn.. so good as "Favorite. Prescription. company. Oil. did not coincide with the general appearance Kingdom to Australia" .To'such a remote scars on their bodies where' they went
can'do no barnuln: any condition of the ore. Mrs. Maggie li. Hill Stevens:! MaCon -
rnitesf2DmtYaPihjcheunt '. of the'negro. On' November community; therefore, the telegraph .
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system.It strengthenIng'nervine It is known tlet the Standard 011 Co., VY. Vs., June lit.: 180J.
: tonic- and- Int > 15'Glenn.was Indicted bythe'.grandJury. ; must come as no ordinary boopIt
"t want to II1yOG that I am joying bet I adapted woman's delicate system bye 9tnjhe endeavored V
'Three' event Indeed, Ita history '
Is an In.
tier health than f bn..e for y.en, end I owo physician of larae experience: In the treatment ..: to ch"orb the turpentine and rosin prominent lawyers,,' of Esperanto meetings continue to .
tail to is dJa& ttnkbua'syeggtable Com.. I of woman'a peculiar ailments.- 1"1u.trle. "'J v .- the Atlanta bar. were appointed coun- of momentous and far reaching con,' attract many adherents In earls.Plays ,
: Dr.' Pierce be consulted by letter lel'to defend MiriJust; sequence.,1, 'Denmark Iceland ba1'e'
.. may : B. S., president of one"day later, .recitations in the new Ianguage ->
Nash
Whoat'foarUnnyeaiisof iuirered.l- the New
of Pierce
age free charge Address Dr. U. V. put the scheme through. When the
...., eomtaat Tnte Sad tot two or tore..er I Invalids' Hotel and. ,Surgical Institute, American Naval. Stores' after tlie 'fairest of trials, be was ac. .are features of. Ahese\ confer:
company Just
[ t bud aoreneee and pain in my aide, Buffalo, N. Y. formed from' the.' quitted i and thetuils. \ began to fasten new system of wirelesstelegraphy ences.
I aerlailiua and was dl zy and oII'YOUSj and'S !> Patterson-Downing themselves was so.-perfected as to be successfully , r
< *i You can never be sure that you an said worked at lopg distances It How* Thl T ,
,"Lydia B.Plnkliam's Vetretebt*Compound Johnson, who was Captured la a remote "' '
until'' that ha dirt not, know anything about 'suggested that communication by Ws'ofterOne Hundred lM>Un.n Reward for-
recmmnotidod. and after taklnjr it doing 'something big somebody
: rs s my section of tho
while
city Clean'strial be
curalbyhall's
(SMaltkbagca to Improve rapidly,and I thinssvedmyfle 'I.4rta."k.nOCkll1, /:." the suggested, rosecutlon. "v WAS In .1' this means alone could' -obtained any: cuss Oataira ot Catarrh; Uun.that cannot" ,1

sincerely hop* myexperlissMie "Havo the ,companies 'with'which progress. '''with Iceland and might be sufficient. *. J. CBXHBt &: CO., Toledo O."W .
will be a belp toother icirl who are paa -> I. you are associated any 'connectionwith In! fact?vp 10' th& time ot. the cap This, in fact, 'was actually: accom .. tbe undersigned, bar Icuown F. J.Cbeocyforthe ::tj
teg from girlhood to womanhood for I kntnrT ,A Guaranteed Core For Dyspepsia..Purchase1 tare Of this latter,negro It looked Very last 1ft and twllvvenlinforlectly /1
mr Oompound will don much for them.* the :Standard on?" Mr. Nash was pushed, On June 2d, 1905, Iceland yearn
aonorabla lu Hit biuluejn tmoaaoIlouaaud
I f you; know ot any youn rlrl who.Isssek price' (BOc.) of Tyner's asked. '_ v much aa it Glenn would -be convicted was partially tit. least put Into com- : flaauctally able to carry out nay- d'J

and needs motherly tidvlco.ask herb pyspepsla Hemedy returned if It falls" He declined to answer' on the on a case'of mistaken Identity. 'munlcatlon"wlth tho outer world"'bymeanl obligation mud by their arm "

write M.... Piakhano, Lynn':dess.. to relieve or .cure ground that the question Evidence that 'seemed, proof ..posi of thejtlarcont system of wireless llsav't TBDAX, Wboleaala! DratslJit, Toledo ....
was too
sad she will receive free advice which Pyspepsla Indigestion personal tive pointed tohim as the man. The telegraphy Tho-rriessages were O.latnro Wholeeals : J
la its nature. \ Libras .to :aranll, f
will put her on the right road to a ; Heart Burn tlctlm of the assault had been con sent from one ot the Marconi stationsIn rupirlau.,Toledo,O. /.
edroo 1:'.healthy and happy womanhood.Mrk.Pln.Vham t Alexander Akerma'n. 'United States Hall's Cat&rra VDrelualt"nl ftterna.II,.,.,t. .
; _, Bad' Breath, Ner fronted with him a few hours after the.north of Scotland, but the apparatus '
Is daughter-Iu-ls.l' of attorney, was In Savahanh recently lnedlreetly.pontbebloodsodmueuonUnrtares \
rousnessOus. on the crime and declared him to be the at Reykjavik was only able .
.
aVydla K.Pinkbam and. for twenty-five on business, now supposed to have of the tystvnu Testimonials tent tree. (r
years ban. been advising sick women the Stomach Acid man. Again while on the I stand tellIng to receive the messages' not to send fr1o".73anrt bottle. Bold by DraitKliU. "'aE

feeeh".+ . a Stomach Constipation .,, had ters.connection. with naval stores matt her pitiful story, she had again tbem. Tal.lull's\ family Pllla tor eonscipatloa.A ':

or. any'' stomach seen him' suddenly' brought into. the.. The cable proceeds from the Shet- fox, pursued by a pack of )

CURED trouble., .Fin V. room. With every nerve of her:'sensi land Islands, to Thorshavn, the biggest hounds In Somersetshire, stopped <

S&oSy: est remedy made NEGRO'STAVED. OFF,,NOO3E.:. / ta.woman'. nature, suffering the 'ex town In ,the Faroe Islands, and long enough In his fllght.to select a A

QalokBelief. ;for'weak stomachs.. GOc. at all druggists quisite' torture''Which' 'only, a 'woman from there goes direct, to the east .fat duclc from 'a, farmyard he VM ,

.,.or, by'express.Circular free. Gained Brief Reaplt.from. Gallows by 'Ift' coast of Iceland, fromr'whlch an overland and carried It .off. I
passing
A eWnin ta. S tow \Tyner. Remedy-Co.,-Augusta, Ga.. : .- Fighting: Sheriff :and H.lper.. her position could feel, she cried line will ''be carried to ReykJa- s

1 {'I\o'ao.z.. .ease-\ ', WBABSh M HSteBMaaVMBM eM i. I' 4' Fighting with life desperation of cut: one-you 'vlk:the capital of Iceland, which line ..- ..

ct..lIIf.. ...Mothlnnaa t>e fairer Hell"Is: i roof_subject W" preach' to 'a malt who bas nothing to lose,.;.MImsDevereaux. I "you are the you low will algp touch several smaller Ice Zulu Etiquette. I
Or.M..11.areens Seas, ''
W i Zulu
I down.r sc"I. Oh. I'd like to kill'you.Yes One of the-most curious of
gaackasbl.loa Atlanta. 'III': pour:. men .<>.n.a. .cold. day., a, negro- sentenced to bangat : : landlQ;! towns. It. was fount that the : the word
: ., put on that old hat.Youyou"ys Ideas I. that expressed
Wllledgevllle; Qa. Friday 'between most suitable place to land the Sfaet e
Thh -orlctnally meaning

. r"'t,fihre,#I.ry! +.. .- "r .., ..the the-..murder hours-of:'of ift anotber'a m. to negt'o.keptat 2 p.> m. for, i'' Add-- then, -wor& failing, she .'lie 'land a small end bay of the on cable the west was at-Lerwick side of the; '"to"hlonlpa be ashamed;:,' or ,vto-bohave mod* st

came convulsive with ,a paroxysm; of Islands, near Bcallo'way, The work of !'eatly., Is synonymous with "propriety" ,
t ; BRUISE, OR SPRAIN, bay the sheriff and all available help variety
HURT and coven a
: or\jetlquette.
._ __ violent ,weepltig., laying the cable frornjhetjan< __1 Q.. _
,, -i -* > ""'"fc .t"' "--. F *n !I*..- De.rll.-I>,9.Jl9.1 ,, Qi!! uoa +t-.Owlag-ten-thta-oatibvratod' tbrYiV Taroe was b.gnnTn. 'Jivly of thisyear of curious customs. For 'instance' a
i not being/ accomplished until one hour woman must, alwajw "Uonipa" the ..
steamer Cambrian.
asked. by.the telegraph
man's, part a. mistrial was It '
: 'after,the time teamed lathe sentence; names of her father her husband, tha
ST. was refused and the trial proceeded At 4.SO o'clock( on the morning sot ,
JACOBS OIL 'and not 'until nearly every meanshs,' i before of :of Monday July SO. the 'final connections bead. ,of the family and the chief. L e.;

been exhausted; including UM pouring a .Jury: ,composed some were' made, and at 6.38 a. m. avoid uttering\ them;, and. in the casa
the beat' citizens of' the county ,
OD'Mal for !Jof a -great chief the prohibition e1'e \
'''. three-quarters:of an'' hoar Mf-. Stout the postmaster of Berwick.

........;:-. --- '-- .- of water, fnxn jhe fire bo..., 'A number of character'' witnesses .''shook ,bands" with,, Thorshavn, and tends also to the men -of the tribe.
I OI D MfOri[ CIJRE, RELIEVESi FROM PAD "' were Introduced: 'All1: statedthat mean If the'' name happens to have a mean-
HFJ., The trouble started when,, the sher, hard-working'negro'.who bore'a the remote\ Faroe: ,Islands! were
lit entered Daverfaux's" cell was a brought In to telegraphic 'communication ingot its own some substitute must
# .
-and
Mil DO. or.dered ,
+d .. \
4, In'the '
Coodreputation community, I
r-- him to don. his. gallows. clothes ; with the,rest of the world. The be found for It In, ordinary converaa''UOD. ,

'. .1 .... ,"" . _.. ''. -. "' .. Tha. sheriff had Just offered the paid::his; debts and. k bad'never). .. been'. 'Cambrian; thereafter proceeded to the .'It Is alt/thoulh' English women ; !

''ctot ea.'tI: bm( when"Devereaux' threw ,trouble. tScarcely laying of the cable from Faroe to Ice- 'whose family: name was Smith'were. ,
,, had the' afternoon session land. This task wait successfully not allowed to talk about t blacksmith
full bucket of' water In his face
a begun than the surprise of the day completed on Saturday August 25. but must call him aworker, In Iron . ,.t"
It with bucket '
following the which :
was sprang. The f Jury: 'was retired when communication "'established Thus the'women of the'tamil, whose

'mined the sheriff.who.stepped. to one and Judge Hoan; was Informed thata between Seydlsfjord and Shetland. name is''' "mtlmkulu" "The Great, ,'" f"

side- ,. negro bad been captured In West The construction of the land wire ,Tree" are ,obliged. to'And some other -,

os@d This was followed by: another back.et 1Cndtwbo Wlled'exactly', with the description ?from Seydlsf jord' to Reykjavik Is being . word for :"a.. tre or "medicine,":? ::,

and a.glass'' bottle and another; both of which are "mtr in Zulu.Trsfnlng .- r ,
r of Mrs. .Camp's assailant proceeded with, Seydlsfjord Is a ,, ; .
that stands tha
r bottle,,, which forced'the sheriff --out town "with, about 1000 Inhabitants. .a ,
.Pending his arrival several other wit' i ,
hardest stpicePERFECTION, iDUllylI of the.' ; corridor between the 'cells, aa nesses were examined.', Reykjavik-has a population of about -. '" t'a Politician..When .r

chow / -*the'sheriff 'JM' not wish to shoot him. Finally ,,,tlll Johnson; black,'negro 4000.. As the distance between these : I was a very: little boy writes! '.

I The retregt of the sheriff left ,t.bObelm of slender build, was ushered Into two towns is about 250: miles, and as Sir' Willian Gregory1 In his autobiography -

4swI ". In poa.eifmna ,of his cell and the 'ro m.' .Up'sat'cowering' In front the roads are practically only bridle ;. grandfather, who was,

the corridor, between the cells' Finally .. paths, the only means of communlca- then Under Secretary for Ireland took. '
lnayec6da of'the'' Judge'rfstamL-- -
three men mMe a dash for him at the placed': ''the Uon Is by horse, the journey: occupying me' to the Chief Secretary's room In '
Officer on
Buntyn was
risk 't>t their lives' and succeeded''In from two.to three weeks, A telegraph Dublin Castle and formally Introduced ;'
Had.rfor all ktnda !Qy.d standand stated that he, bad tbat '
'
IM Southern Cotton OH Company wat.worka.pert r- .ycrppwertn ttiaDe"ereaux' ,,was 'Ie ;.. line between the. \two towns < me to Lord Melbourne '
day a hours before arrestedJohnson
--...6WINTED then 'kecurely tied and led uppn .th'trap. will therefore be'of--itnmeniie ad van- -After I had been with him for some
30DEVLRiWNERE.( vr'1'i In West- End.. The negro had 4 tage. Telephone lines wIll| be used In little
[ 'His neck Was broken and te tlme'lie said: "Now, my boy.

? aatlti'.Y'wtra.... :died without: ..-struggle.f$ .- doublebarrel'shotgun and was acting Iceland to connect the smaller towns '''la there anything here you would
t ta..t I' I army. t. tat the ____. suspiciously and when placed under'ane.t with the main telegraph line, and the llkeT" '

iaraeT ,i&It
suits 'of clothes: ,,i a pair, of stockings, for the,1Iame-purpo.e. It'ls'ex
toe ; 'Very-Urge atlck' of Sealing wax. '
'* rri e t at d i'f.. vin J'd .i tt ds --. :
= '" a pair of socks, while around his body pected that the land :wire 'will'' be '"'That's right," said Lord Melbourne :

ti :. the Veterans 'First Honors,. Say was tide Ta.mass of, ,female clothing., completed 'by the end of this month pressing on me a bundle of j .

Daughters of Confederacy Fie '11'0"' ,' ak\,slouch hat almost Identical ,The> cost oft 1\,telegraphing,.to,-Faroe pena; "begin/ life early, AH theses \
J( Resolntlnns,, let'abolish sponsors and from, this country! Is five and .a-bait : "
Glenn.Th .
atMij With that worn by the nero things belong to the public, and your ,
=maid of ,hoD<>r at reunions of United pence a word? and to.. Iceland ;eight. x
.NQ. More hat was ,turned up Id front The business mast'always be to get out
:.Confederate/Veterans .were 'adopted bait a word./ tf
effect on the 'audience of this unforeseen and a pence of the public. as much' as you. C.1ll- I
Friday' by. the United Daughters 'o( evidence 'was magical.," What ';.The director of the, Meteorological; . .

--' the Confederacy la contention: tt.Gul5x > Office London has arranged with theDanlsh 'COFFEE'mronTERS' ,
seemed certainguilt' on the part.ofGlenn
," >rt,'Mlss., "T ] Government for the transmission .1
,Cold.Roo s in the taco of Mrsv Camp'.Id'eIl.UflcatiOD '
:: Reunionsthe resolutions state, apTJirentlyiara from October 1,;'of a' dally"weather' Publish a,Book About Coffee. ,,

fm fI Il t 1tt1l'rD cJ vCOtmMt.S ., no !longer for,:the enter* was turned to'djrabt"and' 'then, report from,tcaland;,which, *;(\. "

,e. W 'tXinmenf; the Veterains, but ,rather ,Lp"certaInty'of. has .Innocence.UNIVERSITY .. .. It,ls b.lIoMdwl1l; be of-nmah use for,, .There bas.been muchdiscussion at ..
aa be derived from a PERFECTION :' forecastlngpurposea.The; Scotsman. to,coffM and Fostum lately, so mt'.AJa'! '
.,4r .. Oil Hester-bow'.tmple aDd 4COIIOIDiaI1.; ;ior th* entartslnment. of the'xspon! ; FOR'FARMERB. : ti
:
thsi
: In fact sonje of the coffee 1mporters
its oJMlllllloa.' woUld Dot: le'-.ithoat :;: and maids' of honor: 'The Drown'Boots: -,
t'iP 3lSs ye i sore large r; ,.:. Kaiser wWdttH Stand ;,; and, roasters have taken to ,
:. .f.... ltaD9t1l !day. t n 'f. Y n 'rums raised by'the:J cilte. cities'' are :; ( ;
? TC..P a 1 "" 'f' V" asap.make.... sod cos 1. Proposed to Establish" National /Institution The: enthusiasm' of'the good.Norweglans -: type to. promote the sale of theft t
t ,
," i.f ". ->m1d'room ...'ha11 wsyro. matter latf 1 ;;"expended to give .sponsors and maids at Washington;,", / for Queen Alexandra ,Is the'more :Wares and check If possible the rapid

;:) :\ what part: of the. b_" You caa: heat a .Ihe,, best hotels,,, while' the veteransare It. was-announced,la Baton RougeWednesday remarkable, as. ,In .the .matter;,; growth of the".use,, of Fostum Food t

\" : S' t11 ; .....end do sosn: y oth.rthiogf wlWtheje_ lodged In 'vacant hotels and bed night that the Association ,of crowned beads, they have some, excuse -,, Coffee.' ;,1,;, ' ''
i.t I n..n" ,. .. ,.. .... , .. A ?
.U j.
'j )1 ., ,,' ''f. !t. ... 't1ed"OQ'cotS." '- .of'American,1 ,Agricultural Colleges, for'aflectlng to.be blase." In the' coffeeImporters' ':,book -, s

'''''' : and Experiment Station .will urge the The German'Emperor .of course.. .:chapter Is headed-"Coffee as-a Medlcine. i
'
",:rt I # EIQHTY-TWO DOLLARS, FOR CENT: gsUbllshlng.-of. anational'university.: is.fegular;:frequenter of the;fjords,! .'" and advocates Its use as such. yl

h.. : r"zwm ">;"* J'a-4';; ,;; --. .- at .Washington.,, President 4alps1, ofhe -, bat he allows-no liberties to.be taken; (''JI..la. an adml.alon.ofthe truth,

: ; a kt liy+1'o.t"n" Nrealer Specimen FI.....' Coinage: Struck 'In ', UJih'.rr1ti'or; I Illinois. :President. :' ....Ithhl. sacred person..0aon.: .occasion ' most' Important to' all"Interested."' y

:" 1.v :fi. '1793 Sold/ at Auction.. when the Hohenzollerh: anchored Every. physician knows,- and every
',. ; ; Ayres of tho,.University of..TennH
.J .....t 4 off little town .the Oermanconaulal" should know
< A' specimen of the first cent struck a ; thoughtful person thai
Thompson'of' of the Un1versity -
'.(E w}... >S..1uI1.. Device) pad President! &e.l1t. %as ''la'' duty ;bound/ .,.habitual use of any ""medicine" of the '
In U United States mint In
j << ; t,,1793 of OMp were appointed as a ,
i /" aA3'w.iW..iJc'tH..J-: :...a wlUv;thlrtee links In''a circle on the went aboard to.pay his respects; but drng-stlmnlant type ,of, coffee.: or rd

,, &ft;hss.et. from room to room. AJ pets easily cIeaDed.' Ovss4ataara .rererse, was sold for $n In New.YorkFridar Ct!' mlttee, ,propagate.thisldea., not beng.,possesed of a':.uafform'It, whisky quickly: causes "IrrJUtlotk,,.of ?

free-wtttboots. .....-1 beCauMIIpPed, wtUaat.., did not appear to him necesary; to appear 'the tissues and organs stimulated and
the a' \. '
at end of two
days' sale - -
'.... .... It.1, .. at midday, In the, comlo,opera finally .sets np disease in the great
Math.. to fI Dickel aaa;apse... Brats on fount bentl%'' of, coin held at the Hof BarthoWi.; rat. {t t# t ilti\ \," t tn
tl the
'
Jdf onboard of
flatly esabeassd::., 4 q..u 01 oU and boxesy6s.sa J+ .. M i r a d.ir 1 1 i '_l V' : .* J STANDARD. 01k..' TUMBLEL.' kit of evening dress yeo '..majority" : casesU persisted.in. it'
aeey bMtss wan.ated.If'you'asset get 'r -e.t'; ; 'DAUaHTKRH/Of' CONFEDERACY ," .a7 show,in anyone of the many ,rgana -

....... hir.s ,from. your deao'--'Rite. j' If. :;. .' _- i. 'Stock, of" Gigantic; Monopoly, Fallsj23' -el"ttetherefore'presented;himself' In, t the' body' and In the great pat' rw

-1eony fee stisrtpUT*dreaUr:;' : i r' -' --'C"'ln \ '. as attics that compromised' the offl*. Jorlty of cases can*e directly traced
4.alfport."Mlaal..lpPa.J An- 'Pollltt.J '
'''''- i..1IJI( .. . ,., . ',"'b ,.: "''"JI.ftr' ; ln > ,- 'cofrectness1 of"'a' frock :;co t\b- to. coffee; a most unmistakable "way :
. ,
.......:. _. : + s" nua t'Convention.! "ro''J.:'. J i i.poinU': S
w _
\i : .. :: .(4 .Aft. f".. .w.. .ttIt iAfter pponingup"ae.er:. ? brown boots.: tlls.Uajesty, however: ;r'byleavingotfthegactlveltrrtsntr: , h
T., 11 # '\ 3b:e ti4ntaal ,c, ayeaUop of.the Cnlted 'J*&.on'{taV;N> ""w;York, market;Thurs- relented; the, Informality, ,called,, Jhsattention' coffee.-and ..llns Post am' peed
.. '
<" dxlght 'JauIhtoa.CIif ii Confederacy(wes cal)
.
.
day.tSteftdafd.'Qil .took.bl'Qk.&o.&Gr. -of-th..Consul.Generati at13ergea Coffe*,for> !platter ofl.1O.U,

', ';> '.. t :;tlj a .- 'ed'to'Ottet>;Wsdns*daytmornsg: fo '.atwodays' tai it"n W, ioet| r.record' tor''. Mveril.yearsTh .; .: . to-th.esolecismf: :and"* an- the result: Is'-relief from nervoustroa*< .' ,'
-i\.. ;' :' : : ssaston+":"wt O>>lfpott,*)nss4iwlta i "! *
wM6latst barest.wad.tekd : \: ; dexiUpe'wiU'wiUiouV,effect oa the nonnced\bls intention of,tJeaalnar'to-: ble.dyspepsia; bowel 'complaint.-{ \

p1.t d. Aa..t"' ;l4s; NMss' ;pr4s. .at ''fromnearly*\ siiners *hbtr)...et'ATbeStanlatd'Aflcompanyr, ; ' /'' ; honor :'the':, place;l with' .anj':further: heart f l1ura."tIe< eyes' or any cthecntalady :,4; ':

er.,1 I IJd.ot.t every: state la: las tu.lom>. ,.. ; } : daringthen' ....att.-Ix>ndon.P-T.,O1'f.(r, .T" )) : set tip. by_a poisoned nervous

",, soassry .... Wrtiia tD,""""" ,,An 'Important caueatloQ to be discuss.d' dar)leilarod''a-'quarto.lr' # ,dividendof u ?- -_ j -_ --HjTTjinTu.tor7Ir'eentrof ,A msr C-4 v -, systeth'you'haye'' fout",aDawer with

yeerdaa3es'.. Is the'' erecting :of._a monument to $10 'a-e5nre, 'or."the. same'.amount .Jjapaa ta kaabout m.theO'n1teJIat4IL the accuracy J'f a demonstration''lamKtH.Mnft.tlM
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Subject "Profltn.2. ., Lo..."'. proper, material suocesa.. The world' r
owes a debt it never can repay to the ,
men of money the masterful mechanic -
Br ,k1711. N Y.- Preaching at the thelearned,, lawyers"the erudite WUAiJCy1'HE 4 Y8 k
Irving Square. Presbyterian Churchon doctors, the brainy'busineis men the >>I GTo
the theme, "Protand .L.oss", the tireless teachers and toilers and lead,
R... I.' W. Hendersonpastor! took era who have-made possible and apparent ,
,, a* hi*'text Uark,8:8t. "F6r -.hat the clrllliation we now enjoy.1' jai M41labl&
doth it profit a man to gain the whole I am the last man to deny the value :
.world and f>orfelt.ht. life." He said: and advantage, aye, the necessity, of
Jesus .draws the picture with all ''manner'of human c development,', 4' EVERY JJME, ",t '
strength andU a startling manner. But what shall It prolH/us/ Individually : ., rriok'FLnplnss oilers, aftsis.s.'Wh
What doth U Ofit'a.man If-In the or socially If. surpassing Greece ec ,.' separator.
end be. ..halh.v.\ gained control for wisdom the, Romans for 'wealth ... a >_ 4 f
over the .sum total of the material the arts of France; the metaphysteaiacumen {

things In the universe and have forfeited of Germany,the landed possessions cs with Joyous hearts and,:smiling faces they romp ,.and play-r-when: In health' -; and. '.
his soul life with God "Th.qu..tl'Oa" of Russia the'.commercial, '
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i Ile between that life which powerof our, English: cousinswe ,hbw conducive to health-the games:: iln-which they Indulge,. the/'outdoor llfe.they"tnfiy It.

consists mainly in having and that ball attain material success at the Jhe 'cl anlY.' "egular habits .theyshC1 ld be taught to"'form and thee .wholesome
which consists in being." The question expense of our soul's 'life? "For 1 '.
diet "Which. they should partake How tenderly their health .should.be preserved-
,
is whether >or no our efforts what.doth It profit a man to gain the ,
shall tend to self-aggrandizement or whole sum total of material.things 1 ; not by.constant medication by careful avoidance of every medlcl-ne'of an Injurious 8EST'II'.eV : '
i D SAW ftL> Ill. P.1R9'M.Large .
and have forfeited his soul lifeThe with- ,
to soul culture. Shall we devote our I
larger and finer energies to the attainment In'OodT" :!! or objectionable nature; and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to. assist Engines: and Bolleri supplies

of possession'which are of I highest measure of success Is nature only those of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure, promptly.: shingle.' Mill,.Corn Mllle
use In this'world alone or to the enlargement the permanency of achieved results .
and. wholesome and truly beneficial In effect like the pleasant laxative .remedy Circular .w..w Teeth.Patent pnps
,
of.; our spiritual powers The test of service Is In the worthiness v
The difference I* between getting of the'labor to which our effort Syrup of Figs; manufactured by'the California Fig Syrup Co.: Syrup of/;Figst, has team Mill Buppllee Qovemo..ulliln.Send for free'Cataleamt.W. Engines eV.

and' growing. The man whose ca have been 'applied. If sound money come'Into general'favor Jn many millions of well,Informed families whose estimate
Is than sound morall'then .
reer'is given over<< to getting things Is more Important
; meuured as .a success, according to the teacher of political economyIs .of its quality ; nd.excellence Is based Upon personal;knowledge and use. ., U ,DOUGLAS3.5O

the But material the man who wealth is a he"growing-man"has acquired. tbe of teacher more value of ethics to ,the that world is to than say, .Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of, physicians generally, because, &!3.OO Shoes I

Is mavked by his richness In grace, of the .clene. "of' right living.: If ''they now It,Is wholesome, simple and gentle In.Its action. We inform all reputable &KST IM THB WOKCO." -, - -
goodness and godliness fleet are of more consequence than the of obtained wi.t>au&awastes Ibessnxlbaepaakdatmrptkt ,.
to (
There .is in our' time a most com- spiritually minded 'and Christmovedmen physicians as medicinal pririclples of.Syrup Figs by an, '

mendable spirit abroad In. the heartsof then Morgan with his merchant original method..from'.certa.ln: plants known to them to act most beneficially and'

our people leading' them to seek marine is mightier than Moodywith presented Inan .agreeable syrup In which the wholesome Californian blue: figs are .h0 M IM w'tn.N fob.ttnf ,
hit Bible. If cash counterbalances
the amelioration .n4'upllrtment of Ut te.+.mer ),
the conditions of life about us.. There character then let us relegtte- ---' used to promote the pleasant: taste ;, therefore It is not a secret remedy and- hence! nllor Ca.lqt

'.' la an earnest desire among men of ; the Christ' life to its proper that 1* we are free to refer .to all well Informed physicians, who .dOnot, approve of patent'' l
to say, the second place in our
purpose everywhere. to make the '
most out of life. We have small patience scheme of'living. It policy 1* better _. ;' medicines and never favpr indiscriminate; self-medication.

.I with th*' shirk and are getting than principleand gain at' any cot please. to remember arid teach.your;> children also that: the genuine Syrup of Figs ':
I to righteousness. then let
to have less with the business slave. superior '
We read of tbe posilbllltles of cheap u* hoist the Jolly Roger to the fore- always has the full'name of the Company-Ca11fornJa* Fig Syrup CO.T-plainly r ,

power hilts relation to economic affairs peak ourselves of' the ship the''of moral State pirates and that declare 'printed on,the, front,qf ,every package and that It Is for sale in bottles of one size

I ,and Niagara million Into of electricity money transform andrapid' we are."' But I am persuaded that we only. If ,any dealer offers any other than ''the regular Fifty cent sire, or haying '

. transit.Our hearts are appalled do not value the material more than printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept IkMf you fall to get '

II of men/) at here the la ignorance America and of thousand We build manhood.wedo I am believe sure that that principle fundamentally -' the genuine'you'will'not get its beneficial effects. Every family should always have 4"u.. :

purity and godliness are more'of bottle hand as It is beneficial for and the' -children '
i schools.- We are told that in order on equally thq parents: ,
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account than all else In life. .We are
to successful social '
I a systemthe whenever laxative'remedy is RTfP0
I worker must have fair, 'hour. and a all consolous of the beauty., the nobility : a required. ;
the transcendent: Importanceof T ALL '
good The luxuries ot yesterday
, wage.
. are the necessities,' and Inexpensive the culture of the soul. There is .. ... e., 11 tMI y yWr.a'.ko..t
. too. of today.Our millionaires n.t. man. or but few men anywherebut .
.
I who will admit at once and without .
havegold' galore for charities' and : fr.tjrtarfUMt4wewr4 ,
i clubs.\,andmea In .1I.eratle.'Of's discussion*.that to trade the soars orncmcn'TOtrORTHT ,{h.l' ...eol.U.U ... ....-.- ..! ', Oj'
clety, putf more ;money .In amuse-* lire for material.SUCCMS is to strikea H HELPW: l'eouJ4I tab you?Intel!,rely/tarp
: meets than ever'before! All this "Is poor bargain. :,1 have'yet-te meet : (' PEOPLE factories at Brockton Mass.,;,***abow'
I well'Ia its"way .jind place. Socialconditions the thinking man whose opinions are. ..t aU yoon. p.rwin.. som.tNah.wil'mtted to you bow carefully W.L. Douffia*sfco*.
should be bettered and the worth a snap of my auger: who sustains that lII..n..>r cdoellon.wk are made, you would then twtenta.*..). -0
I any otherproposltlonsavathata ) d..tn' tberpufh' tJu.I.lnl"l* why they hold their shape fit better,. ,
wrlt..t'quenforouaORBAT
standard of life raised' NG.malt &n a; should waste'any of his talents nor godly life Is the only .ur..fGund..' HALr-urs orrs Ba=., indfiwndn : wear longer*and are.ot Kreate<1": ,
..and prababl Fortune d. IX>xT ' .J.: :
ilon society and the only guaranteeof shoo any other make. : .
, attention to '
should ;he Riveundue . -
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debar- 1T "WO. ebIIle'eV;
'' anyone i to the detriment of the rest. the permanency .aademgyeney ot'sueceti : I, lia..Ma. Bn. College M.. oo..O*. site,' tirartl o-a-wh.r vw....r..a Ilre. ,es r. ..... fa.... ',.
*. f w Ikdt i.t.d .. .......
u The,latent wealth the world shouldbe dad 00 htt_. p y i.
made No should Believing these latter troth to be is the 'SMS thing prior pe Mewbr ....... '.Tot....... ....... ytrt
productive. man A
cynic maD
j hesitate to t.e1.r "'W,".Doege "kora
do Ask
.. divine why then w* "
. .... 'be seat out Into battle of life to -
the
.. connote logic with action' Why do as they are, and has the courageto
h "'. i mentally unprepared. Each member we refrain "parallel- our'aeademtoconclusions ;call them by. Uieli-' right names.Tetts \ fat ,; ::E' P -"
v of ttilal State deserves and should 'be with-definite effort. AVnr1 s.a0 W.L.;. ...
1 enabled to aequlre'Yumeientphysical: eIut
i endurance to fit him for .the flghThe .. do 'we 'refule 'con.lat uC7 a he.rlnl"&n4eoIlUnlle A HISSOV1UWOMAM. ..i.; a I t.
: to -rve the god of ma'sterlal :
man who sells his labor must receive --- 'GO.STII _
, a r.lr..war' amnJeeent opportunity success T'the'WholetgaestlonPt fr, a 'Story of Awfal'Sofferlng andMr --, u'vv
'M\frlead.\ ,
'ft. ; s.c
for enjoyment and for the cul- _'
" : estsa jnatter Htt d. .It. :.9iatr !"" f
' -vs lure e rom.fi"U1aIr.1I1. "Ijuslmas ntsre. .- lQ..D.IlJ"( & > '--'Yoaderl & c' ::, ;. 'e

.*! W Institutions' ?to' too manycharitable meat getting, or'or of..lf-r..II oelng/oC'Self-aggrandise' *. U"u .an4 sfcujenlture. *. J.; D. Johnson< of (03 West ;; 'l'taeilyICursdParsons". *?. ...' ..
meet real
petting Is .as natural ** Hlckman St., Columbia, Mo., '..Y'"FollowlII"K.ab :- I ,' tf'."you' ,....r ularl 'I
need i we-d otber than'rejoice
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J nor can Dot, for '
breatbl ..r. ,But' we1 breathe 'operation two years.r'
peer the wealth that lies at ourhands. v rev 1
the sake ,of brealhlnt.but order In, ..,
All of these things are good ago dropsy set --x t eorr '
to live. Getting; acquirement: ot left side was Fills I
,. all each when' u.eel'If' an< my .
tare; necessary "' ?
to
temporal wealth, msy.be.a.means
will found to be so swollen.the doctor..
pToaerly a mean r 1kMIM.
of ourseals. When soused .
the culture t
to ,the "b.tterm-rot of this world and r4ald,be ,would BATS'to ; 4
AM/ bet .bM
That mUll
"" ' riches. area blessing: l e', '1.BI" ,cf1:: Hn.ll..d tltX 4. at :;,.vicL'\oi; : ,
life : ant .waterTberef q.f"
top?; the ; 'o, r ttlew.aYa, AIM
In. wisest who makes all thins In this ; '1 ... .. '.... , w
But In oar'end."or to utilise the life tend tow.rdtbla.,soul's.- velopjaenU -- \ was eootUnt _ s. / /I A dlrlra
t' possibilities of the present and, material Let us teach.our. youthUttat, ;pain 'and a- el&rtIDcuUoQ. '* ASK)YOUR 'DIALRFORTNECELEDRATED: ; : :' .4 D.ei.dg/q l plMASStJRISS:
: life there lies tbe dancer to forget growth In godliness is the" prim. ...- arouad my '
the Immortal and spiritual existi: functloll.- the P': nclp&l',task',of' human ; heart and I child not Barrett :Stpves; and ,
p P.. ence '
: State's expense Is cur. for man men and our maidens that It 1* best .rrw 1t
" 'J. social Ills ends<<) salve fort many* an to serve God and to grow.constantly1 *.jny I liead. The kld"aey ,AND; TAKE, NO, JlfSIT AS ;QOOP>" vyes&
action Was disordered .
f'r:Teconomle': bring happiness sore. Money to the may hearts and of doe.all into the Braces.. Let and u* send beauties home oCChrlitllkenesa. to and. &8saC'"- of the secretions They are.tin Onlr,:Slotes aad;Ranges 'on .Earth,'In Which. tha'that 0

t who righteously; may possess It. No the 'young and Impressionable hearts too.frequent, On'tbe' adrlce'ot. my Passes Entirely! ,Around 'thaOTBD; t iiags , '
.. :. man can deny the value' of physical cr.our.borsjuid.jourlrjs: the.change husband I began using Doan's Kidney ; , Mr. M ,
cu Iture-In'i'the"cure'of"many"bod liy less and eternal truth that It can '-1 Bince"-using'two; box*:'mytrouble MANUFACTUMCD Ur4OCII 00 VCNNMCNT PATENTS ear THI r' .
ailments and In strengthening the never profit a nan- to gain the whole has not reappeared. This I. '
\
-constitution. Pair pay for a fair world and lose his own-life within ] wonderful after suffering two ,,'anI." ATLANTA .STOVB WORK5, Atlanta '\ ., Rhetimattein i ftwVSclatta 'CimHl r
I day's work Is only.Juit. None,' of us Ood.>Then shall we.lIa..lllCulcat.d Sold by all dealers 'SO -cents a box.fosteMfllbura Mate your 4t.-l_';,....*jr..p..,'.r writ teatory for MHptlv.drenuLir.. rw ,.. 1 b.1 $ j
begrudges the man oT millions 'except the trip,, philosophy'; of life'and' hastened T.. I aw es.-r.----?; sL, _y A.1 ..
lie has robbed us.' But kingdom of Co., Buffalo N .
we are aware the coming pf'the, : "
: brain :muscle and morality arti'Dot the_God |pf Christ onr Lord"' i I The triumphant result, of'forty ,"

necessarily synonymous, Some ot -- ',-. ChUdhod Is.a-Jewelthat.has,, to be years of earnest effort devoted WASTING .STJlt1GI"( 4 .
.. .Y" the most dlssolute'mentheworld, Removed.. rt
'Worry' and Fear ; lost' to be' appreciated. w
I ,, 4, has' ever;: harbored, have been 1>> the It is-not,religion-but th'I.ck entirely .to .the science of .pure .. ?*.. >T w 4. e
mightiest' In Intellect.!,' 'The ,antics U that. makes) people,unhappy.. Yet foods is $ ';Q .
.t.w'eoUe.. A Weil-Known Remedy.One J.' i
of
and eccesses. not".a bow strangely, and how widely, the ':
,
men but prove that book knowledge: opposite view ''prevails. .There_ are of the oldest afcvt-and.iiMMt. f.. I Women who suffer f from unnecessary, disagreeable: ,
t and purity of life are not one." Money many' who think of rellgkJn not only ,"orabljr known remedies in the world today , S .
R
is not an unrighteous thins of itself but the w Brandretb' i ll a blood purifier Q! female ompi intS. 'will find thair
of as. a galling drudgery a* end laxatiT. Beinf purely vegetable) tbc.ran . .<1 painful weakening! ; :
bat oh.what.slaves It doesmake: purest source of morosenessmelan; b* used by old or.younj with perfect.afety .. : 'f.'L !..J_ '
men; bow soon the greed for, It will thou and,untoappines* life.' Their and whtloother" rouwiie, require WHs.F't.. 1IE J", Wine of Cardui is:> safe and >p>I leasant' reniedy.for'"ally;. {
.. stifle all that !is noble In lta'loTer.. .ldea-1* ,that religion l 1..'.a.system of in--*' d-<)Dd..tpaall"Ntm.altopth. ,. 4 e 1 "
The site and.development of your up- suffering to which manypeople are .r, with Br odrHh's Ua the lalll&. ;";.". -: .- thelf,His. I It"attS'direCtiyTipbh:all the delicate: Inflamjh.! l -
per.right arm lain no way an Indication willing to submit here In order that | do** always his the-same' erect no auftter'bow :;00 . :

i of the" strength of soul you tor possess It.- they may not. suffer hereafter-that taken font each they night are for"taken.a'..,One hile or if two tbe pills bees o!'i'J."I. DD'( tissues purifying the '.throwing: off'',tfie cloggmatter :
substitute
is' It. '
nor a ; religion's only happiness' 1* In; the 1
\ Bulk of. purse brawn -of, muscle, future, its- rewards after death Instead thing eoutipation-known Indigestion tor any one,' dyspepsia troubled or with an.trogbl. and relieving, female 'dlsopders such as':irregularscantyi.profuse :;! .

I depth of learning and a fine mentality the real fact Is that religion is .. army from an impute, taU of ItS,supenb'rl iver'tthttr 1? real
Sore both commendable. And delr-. a:4hlne'.of.present-Joy. .isndevjerrcontinulnc '- tsh.'blood.Beadleth.l'ilfa ' Foods inot.1))e.'qucstiorjcd.' : It ;: painful :
able if so be tfaejr *re righteously- iil*...ilnr e*s. .It4s\the tjlatt-1 ; ;have .been'in. we torever : :
' uired,; but the acquisition 'of all dest, happiest thing In raltXhls world., aeteyy.Atd.ar-sold.ia.s.evy; ... drug is die kind of fboathat; strength6ris }-' rAlso, relieves' 'headac: !Je.;, backache, .atznessI( # fJ y.
medicii ,itoxjUior. .ar-co UdvI '
be 'pd >
these things is as nothing.If sd a
"Her. are ways.of<< pleasantness .
man has. forfeited hi* soul life. for', .and, all ways-her;path- are .peace."; . tend :fassists.' in ;c8abUsAing$; cramps,'dragging'Ixiins'nervousness! ; irritabiUty.-. .:'e c,;; j
'0 -
them. .. It' I.' religion that give*..VItb.e I Joy' often_needs'a- friend .ft,confide healthyactio"of.the: ., bowels.lO'etnt .. '
Today wa train1 0111'".)'outh for the much doe ., If ineed.advlcewrite; ; us'a 'J lettef;t 4'
: bright things incite and sin. dark la as aa. sorroww ever tt 'tmctmgfor *.\ you lingi's"ail,

.yJ business.! for (:careers of pr,economic fe..lon-tb.t usefulnes is to- things goes-downito and not the rice( deeppn4 versa.- prlllp Religion.o! / t, HICKS'' ', ..- ,'" ., .....,-c.fry"erer' .". :. '. p 'your 'symptdrhsi' ? 'Vfc'Wlil" sendsfreej; { ( ,:' $ D, :',

'a' ../.,:Onr-jaala alm'-fn educationis, our mental>and I spiritual w Il-belnK. I .CAPUDINE4MMCMAru.v '.' l
to' at men to ""achievematerial': sqccestf. It' "brings .untold< mea ures of, ,peace 'L. :'. EXCKLSIORJ"Johnny .sealed envelope)). Address: Ladies'yAdvlsory\ ,, pj ept.. f
.. cvaa ; ::
' W.demand ,.that-! our' schools and;Joy.. -ittakes': sting A out'yof t has got.the. political Job ba'was ",\
1U shall turn outmen who' areable to the "DeS:,I .tak.. ,th"'W'Grrr'out 1.,$HLADACHES.rC01.D41.: after and.'...'. kicking: : all'' ,tie The Chattanooga edlcl eCo'Chat. ooga.1enn.> :!, ,
4 take: care"of" thenlelV'...'' 'W'Pat' of the'present. 'It fakes the fear out time. What does'he want,'anyway?' . ... 1,4',
u butt scant'attention to Individuality Offl'the'. Cutnre.'Tbe' Rev/Flr' :8111' . Detroit < "'
.etc is ttoea atLMtlt "Xr: bigger .one Xrt course i ' S
.. audio the leanings and,.peculiarities'of HAll o1ck;'-n.'O>.. Y' - :-. e1"ti. I !4 as et prate"' Free'Press. " ,"- "v-"t, s I.. 11 ALL'DRUGGISTS'' SELL'IT I IN BoTrL1is
E* >ersonalUyr' DJ'.Dje' .ber,, can 4IaINOTa o. .
f; .. ..-, ,, ; .. y
' - state training.*t"'etA tbV school',-bow.muck: giver! on'moral oath.- .U....,. ;, ) :,;).. ",-A:. ', ScoUa tf xJMerimeBt-) TMARE YOUSIOK.; ; J ., : ' I 1 *j l\ sJil,. 14' "'i .t) $1'1' t ., '-' 1 :_____

that"Ttb.c-BllIl..tn the It J* tree that )o"encannob'> .sn'ip II,. jp.niu a...tratn :with.Jin :
fear
f In put;> ltlcannot'be'taade ;
forced.7that to or- rA'N :
aehool-nt'7..PYQt..Q.U ln&tqpahI.m .1uamoi tia.tft4itC th.glDtJD.n> \>> D'R'O.O'R\7"'t\ ." ""ivntffrtrov' it
. "WIM
'" ?* tI.ttt.t..e&1I1I rlo. -th.ou&h1.or.enQ.becau. 6nr euff"' : ) :
we leaye'Often.a-Yi.-Ae11S for the .. we wanL.Jlut the sleeping cars It was great IIl'aCIAUI't. rot ALL DISC ASIA who wW '' ( ,
II t devttrTrom-: earliest youthTtllt-the'" : we can bring ourselves into the IIr_, !allee.... dtaseae said Creal your _..FII. l7.edvie,.M>4 byuklnx FnNoItt"f I. Tre.Jlr N.ei r. ' 41 1 tG'A' r ft' ,D" 'U I ii:F i

1 lhiidI I; .a.mal), .peiactellt upon,. nls ence'ofthe;, t lorabl.;. t etean'enter'' .,, ..v w.... *sr,oV,; we CMAROC. rOH blak.MCOMiINK. Crrr ONLY ndfiaeronfldvntul ,.... .c.y.-.::' "" "1_.. II'O' .. l : .. '
't .wqH U continual ;cry lie e.Nrtta for nrnptnm '
CM <
lloutce. door of ; .. 9 ( ; .
into friendship' throogaHhe, I 1// Wmslows8oething SyrapforChllcirea : "oEKMAlf'MKDICINB CO. . 1-..,1s: ot:: : "tu"1 ,, f 1 "'
forum ioaohUtesuccess.( .who Fortim-' wise disclplehlp. We ean learn love d j;'thing.iioneos lira. thd amsr
,A .direction.t..lnd.ed.and is personal the man preference. by is through serrlce.-Hugh.; Black.>- .allays ,-r-i w i4coUe,Sl cab0tt4 H u "Q 1 t' : iI.t"J' : :

choose. atlleadsh ? inn;' .nwageN d. ccJtcad UTiNoA"M S"S U1MIl; "'
enabled to tbe4wal J> I t 11f Wblt'aCoild blinder : r-:", ; . J: I .fIJ 'fot .'
;J. .;to real and lasting i
"." ,,'\,I 'pity* !is that too muter of enaterlslachieve-of a. spell suoces white V If man's.'paper'devlce-from filthy.-producer raw Tt'hM",,ure .a*. well as men are e aji?, yedag! C. '--..: .==':2C. .nrp t a.ew .wnw t.. LsooaNS-Yew, _L uy _..e _. Jl+ .s" Uael..s..a.ya'tM..a; "I'I qe.' '

I-soul hindeiv Gkxl to raise frojn the "
(, 'm.DLI. r t o( know '
t. iri' : 8I ',mocb'Clf dJad/tthli; wilsi body and
I' tb. ; 1LIoniit
,.. .I. lite'the $lonbOsb.dypfGotthold
; !MI1.11 more F 'f .: ''. matter of-sonl culture than of w*.- I ,' ?? ; You Look Old
? I Prematurely
eaiurednotr \ '
tertal gain. BIlec"IB.: 1 1 '1TanrtIfnowfad6e.lof
by the amount jojhavet htttJjfwJiatjou i /doctrinecounts
... '. amount ': I for nothing; It he; neglects l
jp 1t r.Atq belittL. .si ,; O .- .... t=
.t Jr: ; !
'..,'.. ;J.. to.V ..' ., : "IF.",: : .'i"' ,, ,' .,,, ,Be suse, of..those ugly, grixaty,,. ,, greli. ha _.., uss"LAC' r a $s', IR. T S r S rt =Y
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- ; Pte' and Inconveniences f' 1 ,Notice of Shenft's.Sale.: Atlanta, J, ; ''
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,1LI.NeMee shot..... and br"" rtoe ofeaidivdnwntl '
J ... .. ..q..... ...... Ute... ail eaa. x : ;
E Cauft.,the tth Jt.disMI CIreaft; el Pie... I ;
i of a Trip t to' the ledlt ranean. ...,_ _. '
: I raved hi bath 8 .., ...... .
V1..mU ft. __ .taJi Ldan" .
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sir EDwIN a, BENDER.A MId Oauat hi fever** t M. ft ....rk.pt
01-.1 of.....erla.... plain tIft.I nave MM.. !:\
/ 'tfeUghttutly'cool morning greets: to DM.aod at I bad not the bonor ofaoquiotaooe upon and. ahall eall.at" puUle eutory.' ..
mean arising, aomelblog very unPvjauml with any of them I I: te"e. *M*!! thmstor. b.fon thT eo.SBooth ''
!'la Kt-I-o-.M County. Ptor ,
for Italy In Juno Having last passed. Ida.d.fM SM Ieg.l....... el .... oa Nandy. '
fright', arranged with, 'myEnglish- The balance of the day.was spent On t.he Third oy oI b.r. A. D. ltoIL tM fol- : :
peaking cab driver- to cull for me the .vIa Appla or Applan Way aDd< witt't'IhMalnaln.40 towing.s-rtIoo4" l..4......oo.-.a. Ces.t,.to-, :

,1.fals arrives and 'after .all returning to our hotel enjoyed a food! \ 1-_tit 41.s.W'.t 01 U..
,. labto bre&faat. we make a start for St dinner and retired. Several( day t15)s5U.South t Ntorldala.nrbad \Conpp..y' ".
Pieter'a church. We shortly arrive at more were spent In Rome during ...... '?
8orv y d t.he Town"K. _and. ran u.- ChicagSouthetn
the Plazas ,DI Sao Pietro, back of which time we saw.the king and queen South IT ...-Eaa' 71 feet", U-- 41
which stands one Of the moet wonderful -1 on two different occaslona and on the d_Wt.:16: ,....U-- North ** .*.*_ .
church edifices In the world. On Sunday eveningbefore leaving: Home. W..t tl.fast,and tb.ne. North a d.ry.M Beat .. '
t8 fMt the of ,
point bae-iulnir
aeoordinr to UM
entering, passing through the portico bad the pleasure of witnessing the plat rwnrded and entitled m.Plan. at the CbanaeofStrwuefeaid
and Into the church the Immense finest display of-fire work. I had ever 8u....,.. ;
of tbe. Interior seen which was In bonor of the adopt L. 1ed upon..th.property.* MM Mid dears*
length width and heighth '
'' law of the' NlnoU.d.f...... Pa", t.o_row tiu.. r 1
almostdiggers one. The church loa of tbe fundamental J. WPA. WALItER. .
la almost 700 feet. in length, 4.'iO-t1r union of lia")'., Their royal highnesses AGNEN O.e.etaCountg.Pb'Ids"rWoUlrrAtton.y. BEST .
breadth* and the height of t.beba.: is were In evidence and I can VANS 1

'160 feet and the jielght of the Interior truthfully say that I bare never seen ----
of the dome, to toe. Immense lantern on so many people upon the streets. 'at Notice! of Application For Tax ; ',
top U 403 feet., and to the top of 'the one time In any city of the world., The "FLORIDA
cros 435 feet only about 65 feet low next day at 8 a. m. we' start; for tbe Deed 'Under Section 8, of I i

er than the Washington monument.. railway, station! early In order to (get Chapter 4688. Laws,'of i ,{,EA .
,
The width of the dome Is 138 feet. Upon a seat, for l"lorenoo.Vlleo the train :
1 the roof there Is quite a village Oftnallhouses was ready'we rand rush In Florida Jacksonville .
:* occupied by custodiansand fact. everybody rushed like a lot ofcattle NiKlce It hereby glvn that E:./. Brown--
leads such fighting and scrapping forseats purotiiuar of Tex Certificate No. UK! doted
workmen.: From the root a :
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the 6th of A. D .. '
day Julr. J90S.( b SOLID
staircase between, the two shells ot tbe I never saw before In my""'life HIM Mid certificate In my nfllce; cod hu mad : '
dome, to the ball; which will, hold sixteen A biff tat. Dutchman was ahead of me application for...deed to".n.lo accordance !
persons at once. On descendingwe and shoved ,and jammed the crowd, With) law Finest Dining' Car
Std oeftlflnatc embrace lh.
foilo"lnleI.
observe many moving &figures and 'ahead'of him. On the steps he had< arrlbed property Rusted la Oneola couotr.; .- Best Day
iris only b1 observing these livingtbbrroaighoue his umbrella'with him and he managed Florida,' to-wlti Pullman Sleepers
and there lo strike me with It'In the,, fac "twice, Nw M of nw (doc 9,tp ST k, ranne 29...> ; S '
edifice lb.Id lan Ming aa.e*_l at the date of LOCAL SLEEPER
that.one gets an In his exertions tofret Into the cornreciprocate the immense of aurh cerxlttcave to the Dam piO
Idea ot Immensity Of 1... The mar I thought I woul Id C.HubbaU.le..ald
bJe statues and ornaments even the I look my umbrella and certifoate..batl be redeemed eo- For rates,'routed
: ,angels in tbe Baptistery are enormous I lust hit him One food one in the the cording lOtfi to day law of,Deo tax,deed inber.will'A: D.laiue 1DO*.thereon call 6n or writeJAMES ;

giant-.. Perhaps a abort; history of place where he II.... l okeddaro udand Wltne.i, ofllclal. denature and seal this {
'&bl. wonderful church of churches one,behind laugh; I (....ttj) the, 7th day of.Noyember.. D, 1906..,

'would ,be somewhat Interesting. It caught a priests umbrella almost' ,, Clerk' B L.rlrcnll LESLEY Court i Dlst. Pass Aart., : a \ '' ;
stands on the site of the Circus ofNero In my eye; my wife was close to me; J eola County. Floridai;, '
,where, many Christians were (rave him a shove ecwithohim n off ,ByW. 8. RAItWKLL D.JJ..'- :
... .
said wl lie, ,.,,""- : ,
martyred and where' St.., Peter Is the steps and my ,:
to have been burled after his crucifixion the priest, commenced to j jabber In ] / t
in A. D., 300. 1600 years ago a Italian. I did not understand it ,but Notice, -f.. 3:
11 basilica was begun by Constantine after "rescuing my wife we finally go AD penona havlnv claim....In.t th..tab'of I Wa 1. Van 10 :
,the Great, and although It was only Into two fairly comfortable atmis, aDd Anal L Parker d............lat*of the County ofOeeeola .

1 half the size of the prevent edifice it In this compartment holding only eiz ', State._tad of Florida the anderelnied will, .preaent.Admlnlatra.lor the aame.proporlr .. ---.:.,... '
;was the grandest church of that time. was my friend on whom I had plied within the thito praaorlbad by law.otherwlae ' :
M The crypt I believe Is now the only"remnant my umbrella. Ue was sitting by the the bar will" be forever barred,and all peteona 8 B'q 1 '
indebted to Mid Mtate will make'Immediate j
of the early basilica, which! window and, I don't think he tAolL:? hit CEO F.PARKER. aet.Uemmt. i
,...trered'DIOIt. severely at the hands.of eyes oaf of me until we reached. *lorenoe Admlnktrator,of Stab of Annie L ........,. .If I' '
aba*Saracens in 840, and was then ''de'moU.bed : We were obliged to passthrough Julr l"th.IMC. Julia-'..rem:: .
by Julius the 2d, who began many tunnels :and I presume REAL

''the present building in 1506' It was he was trying to see me then. At 2:35 Notice For Lease' of
County AND INSU
changed in various ways by different p. m. we arrived In Florence and took : ,
,arobltects until Paul 111. being Inspired omnibus to Hotel Du Nord, one that Convicts. .r
by God, entrusted it'to Michael had been recommended to me by the V 3OOOOOOOOCM. f
Angelo, then nearly 72 ':years old. Concierge at, Rome. While one Is Sealed Mda will be received. for the leaae of theeountr
'He labored it for.e.eol.een1ear. f..lrl.alelo'reoelyloll'' recommend oonvfcta for the rear _m.m.Nov C.
,and began building upon the dome on a new ttons from them they very often prove reject 111(11I> at any 10 a.and_all-the bid Board, the naiminathe..._Iul bidder ria-ht. to to .&.....-.."'.. .;
plan and this plan was again changed '' being shown to outer Into bond In the eum of am for the care..... '
'by Qiaotmo Delia Ports who it is a very comfortable room, ;,4 ran rl.isinaneoof the Board.eonvtete.By . ., ., I )
order of the
claimed Improved it by making It around to Cook's tourist office, wheremy .. E.!: U ....... '
higher and loftier.',. the ,church was mall Is usually directed., On. my _____ By 11.R.JO Ntl'raN.D.c. Real .Estate: ', : i iI
I dedicated by Urban III in 1626 Thexpenee return. we spent an hour or two strolling ii I
work! heavyU through the principal streets, and
of tbe so
: was -------------
( >at of the main building being '.estimated la the meantime making a few pur CITY BARBER SHOP ;' i
', at fifty million dollars) that chases. We had arranged In the ho. fl Realty. bought !
Julius II:and: Leo X. resorted to the tel for rooms only taking our mealsIn 'WILL GIIYI'O"; .......... 4 'House tented;
"ale of indulgence to raise the money the cafe or outside whichever we ,- Taxes paid and
.and this led to tbe reformation.". On desired. We had seen quite a nice Now Open for Business r
he pavement of the Nave and, close cafe' In ">ur wandering;' tables were ified for -

,''*o the central door a round slab', of placed on the vide walk and a bane :,, in Patrick's Old'Stand. Fire. Life ;
' ,. on which'the emperor were was dispensing some very dellghtfu surance., ,
formerly. crowned.. Tbe pavement of music. I proposed to my ,wife that NEW'CIIAIR. ,' t I Indemnity 1 I
the Nave Ilk: .the walla, consist of we have diDDer.The proposition wassatisfactory .
colored marble inlaid with,:beautiful and we at once seated NEW RAZORSSatisfaction 1.n.'V''V''V'. .... ;t
:4ce1jriurbyeleDrated>> :artiste.1 ,Near 'ourselves one oLt.h.t,l>lespn the .
\". the, fourth pillar to the right, on a walk and ordered quite a dinner which ------.NEW-EVERYTD.Uld. . Ib' -. i'r*
'hroce of, white. marble beneath a 'was to be accompanied by some Pilsner :
"canopy ..' the sitting statue of St. beer In steins On I.... arrival Guaranteed. ;
Peter in brooM and brought by Paul with the dinner due f justice was' done d
V from' in We cab theatre. W. L. W.
t destroyed ,monastery 'of then took a to a 0. ,NO ,..AV.MWIITt. 9
San Marilno-ln-Vatloaoo, a 'work of that bad recommended to a*, and .
he Mb century i The right foot of the after a ride cf .three-ouarters of an PRYaEOSAw AJ.D

...... is worn aoo<> by t.be'coD'lu. hour we reached It and entered and :,' . f ''
sal MMiB*alt IN* etot lsss. In .frontof after.spending a half an hour, there. ,':f.'i'' ,,},;.J'.J"t. .
the smt.a the two large candelabra! and voting It the worst allow that we i LEA :__....;.. .. rtCf "
stow. t. a tloea4s. pssWsit of PepeWIXeo.sloratlogN.161hann1 had teeD up to date, we made our exit ..e7.I'iiI..: / .,"' ;

rerOf and after a few minutes wait scoured g.....CJ___osw..aw.r_ .Ir..ru 1'1I', ''''.''. .,'j,',<.u.'. ,:..,,! : \ :
hi* oceestoj to the papal a oab to take u..to Hotel dn Nord ""I. j C.
pry aee. HU: ...":!" !'='- .. ,
hae 11,.18'lL' Plus the" IX: was the and on our arrival! our rooms, aOdftgurloR' "11M_-. ....,=-r..::_.....,.... ,
only ,pope'who... 'pontlficlate was UP found that our cab fare ,---_-__ru..- _. ,:o DR. J.' W, '
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longer than that. ascribed to 8t..Peter. had cost u. more than our dinners unnuN gw/OAL_.._"...SA.__.._
C3n: the Crypt may be seen the Sarcophagus and the entrance to the !,theatre ,com ta t
of JSt. Peter;' which has been preserved i bined. ,We tried to figure how to get
here, since 'the fifth century. even the next day but pould make no For ,Sale By, Osceola ,Pharmacy Office over ,
There are so many;'many things to be 1 1"a sq retired with .the. know, I FFICE HOURS" \ g ; '
,
here that It would take week to j Cl't'trreli... we had been done a aln., -.-." : ,
describe them, and ;oDe would not , Telephone No. 76 ::
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misspend his time by going there every HELP IS' OFFERED' d
day. 'While' I, spent a great deal of Always), Was Sick., "

dime here It would take. ,up too //much' When man dais. he always' was ,TO WORTHY YOUNG PCOPLCTe RIVERS. 'M.
apace; to write of it:, sick-troubled with acoulfh that lasted earneatlr meateJlyaan. petenna.._matte ehrwtmtt.dt PrM.;;

*,.We now. go the church B. Antonio.Abbate him all winter-what would you thinkif .I" a thorough rdrmoan.or.dueabnwMwf.hto.btta liii>tnae tmlolng. and rood.-'. Phyalotea' j-
t (lbetutelarysatntofanimals) be should say-be never was ,sick turn, to write by neat mail for our peat halfratewar. ,WITH KI88IIIMKB
'to which bones, mule, cows etc. were since using Ballard'a Horehound ."Sreeadep.oeno.aod probable' fortune : PHOMBSfflG.J 41

j(formerly brought daring the week Following Syrup Such a man exists. The>re iwimDtaad.Ce.. U4.' VwlaMs Doan delay.C.Ue Writ the feist of ,lobe saint to. be Mr JV C, Clark. Denver Colorado] ,
rrjsiossed and sprlnkled-wlth holy water. write '"For years X was troubled with -

", This occurred on January 17th and on a .e.ere cough that would last me' all DR. LESLEY W. "
,'the 23d the horses of the Pope and of winter. This. cough left, me, In a BO YEARS ,
tall the Roman grandees' were sent here miserable\ condition;; tried Ballard's' CXPERIENCBMAM !
,/jor the purpose The Lateran ,or Horehound Syrup and have not bad a 'mum. BAR. NOSE
IVcbnreh: of Ban Giovanni In Laterano, sick .day since. That's. what It did for ;
'hake.": Precedence even of St. P tAlr'. In I, me. Sold by '''nobel'I D. Pharmacy., Private Hospital], ) : j'I

teoollslastwal rank being the.;.churchtpf I 1 Bank Bid! If., Tampa,
-- -- -- r -- -; --. )
the r I
Pope; as Blsfcopof Rome, and .' ll
herd his coronation, took pi ace.J'We '

.-did not enter the edifice but proceeded 'DR., ';, CHAS.. "
T.uDC
.atZ0'*he' church tof &, Maria del DIE stoNe) r
? ( 3 ipol$ which occupies the site of,the ''ec-nuoMni&0.'
,
j'tolOb'of Nero. This >church, 'is situated Anyone)aenittnc a ekeUft and deeerlpUo*may. Office in Van ,
In the handsome Piazza del Po- to tmloklr.eoUn.aoaruun I.probablyp.by our optoto, free wheUMr..._a.eea l
--i. /,polo In the center of which stands,4 the r.--Jr.mnadsoUul. HARenula o.1'.tm t Phone No.
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,
for aeomiMpat mnt
Obelisk:, considered airency m
the oldest) of .-- h Mnnm c Tneel'sINM .
things even h.'Rome., ,It was" erected at p.s4.4wtwnbohs...._la the .

\here, In 1689 by 8extus'V'' .. but was Sckntifk JILErkaL'wlauen J MOI W1L.LSON, )

,,originally brought from Egypt and ,, r
...tact up In honor ofApollo br',Augus- o..a nWe r.l; T-__..$3a. ( NPTARV'' )l lI
.aw..Thlspresent church ,was built CWl ''
l''! ,;here In If8.od retains. Nndi ik -I j, 'STATK 'AT ) i
!\!, beautiful work",* t.he, M1 much'.century., of the i Ji.f I_.."."'..:w-d.' Real Eatate A

',The Interior Is a :perfect t museum oft KISSIMMBE. : -, '
if ..rya.
( ii
sculpture and art, but we spent ,littler I
'Lime wit.' Next: to ibis church Is ,\beIAII.lt.lne
convent and Uwas thereaidense '. ,Always Remember, the :hIt
"' WE''
of MairtlaLMtber when,he. was AIMnotmerely ,
,I- In Rome. We next visit the palace I '
.the. YUl.cao'. .be..U.... the to '
Pope. It satisfy blotto )
_ ,
I .has been the residence of Popes 110Il - -- Laxative, Rromo OU ,

: tbelr return from Avlgno'n. TbeVatltcan -; delight you with the >
'l b... been enlarged by the different .... r
-' .Popes since Innocent,III until It ha, quality', a '
'r .naUjr1. .,become ;,tbe.roost .extensive _.. our. .. ,.groceries.. :. a .. 0aDayG

one ln _the,world.1Ite. , length 'III ..
W tees i and breadth 7 01 and contains! We,can,give you, the I I
11.000 roans. large and :amall. : ;4' '
'>did not Tiait all the. rpome:a* '.e BEST 'OF EVERYTHING V a as. ; : :
:
had a few more 'da ref : '

EM would take' sv -eo in the:UBO of High: A1'A4CTabeLUUrleM' : : '' '' ; ,
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fanpn After a e I i. Has' Stood(, The- Test 25 '
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eon. The,...la T we.aent walkloeD ,v>inloLMi )W'{a all; .kfo4e at r" Grove's :
Ibe. ........ .......' aakto 'a'" ,_ /! ;
.... alter. e'4leo '......'. pri M\u: t1.1 11' iJtift't' 159'aInhI I >i'"i . '. ,.' ." 1... :
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... are of acaUt. ,I *ad Isiaglaertthat /, ,,
.jss I would like to ,see; tbeosab ; i4, est1siii1It:, ) ,,' C3a'Z';l

of (tows. ban ,.... Mi'., .. .. ."Nni AtE" ress ; \ << /
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...... I, mw me easy V I: ,; .1<0< .,. ..... : f ;
m. ws stoles. 1 sal.ell 'D u"" .K !l ,<';'!I IIIIW """ '' ,t "- ,,,.- 1'1'\ ;

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