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 30, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ROITOMIW state. of Florida,; March }24, 1W,' tt Cf ,; ........ A' J" c '..:...:
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NeW farwdAaess h) 'Th.capli t etoelrof'.the' company & from.10 to '78. degrees ,aid'' rt .rI
Prespectus ref t Is three millions,, Qf dollar, 4
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I'CAIIlSI' aw, and one million of 4 per cent, ..;non.. D1Y'j' Go'ods:
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(3)..The entire; tra4pre> .is about .. all i'thoughts' of approach I ., :
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TO OPEN( DP ( one. hundred and,fifty mile.. : '
winter., We are a. versatile peo! .
? ((4)) Therq-are\ no hard, engineering in thl community and think not i:', 1. ARRIVINGadorn I

/ problems and the Hoe is desirable. morrow, The present'being: be .
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(:, Wll,Tap All .theState Main::lines of the one to build could be economically us w* fall to see, ant dark:, or J t I". I ,

I"j; and'Develop a! Very 1 constructedand! would pay from thestart. side that the future may have . . ,.. .. .
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I ... drink and make -r--
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I r ":, .. fine' Harbor.Thefollowlngstateineiit.vrUi.be:, (5))' 'ybe roadwill! connect with the ,,_earing not for the morrow. the'oranges"tied trees., 'from'The''otbeegroves greater,,part, have of .. t "tti'lliilt. ,m 11111linti t m mmtitrommg f,, !

t t . Florida.kept Coast. railway at Wells .. people are enjoying' good
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Y' : testy) and at Melbourne. It.wJ.ll reach and the beaux: accepting' been gathered shipped, MrNo->
are e
'.1 i ofgreattnt.restto'our I Clellan having disposed of many floods--New
; it.:' the AU.ot.lo 'Coast Line railway at moonlight; nights as'an Inspiration w very' New { ::6s
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i -ft.. fJe.I) Ji this Karooossee,at Orlando add' Bartow. _k the pleasures of, hungers'" par-; ", child 11 '
BeauDrawdy ha a'sick'' but ' '
.t' action of Florida. the above' hoe"otro.d It will the Seaboard 'Air Line .. belle. In no .
tap and are
: our way ;RE/bV
/ FALL .. :
H-jibbard
Dr. hasbeen attending. its : UNE ; "'FOR INSPECTION. ,
and, i
; being' much .discussed' lqproapeotsofoompletiongrowingbrlgbt Orl.Delq. & In aid lhatbein. .. g '' :'
ailment with -:=:-
.pp..D.uooee. I
YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL' ,
r j. : ((8)) Bartow1,,'' 1s a live and.very State. -Fair has not created. ,any ''Our Democratic'rooster. Is bewailing I .i.iJOuri
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. !' 1 .i; :er.every! day earthe Bartow! .CourierInform pro.peroustows which waits -. .... excitement. the'water. supplynot'; / being sufficient +all Uneof' DRY OOObS- SHOBS./VQTIO MS/ 5 I.and' .
railway to become one of the leading e
John .
int.f Patriarch,accompanied bv to keep )ala many wives supplied. with .
;( ; . FURNISHINGS'hew' Complete. :aWe
cities of t.b.-.t.at.e ; '
and Elmer Bass left Whit* tadpoles.
'. One of the richest section' of the ((7)) West of Bartow. I. the pebble Friday' last:, with ,about fifty Mri Rll.v Godwin has. discontinuedcow have a very tron<< :vtine:of.;'.SHOES' inthe"5'IN:; '" **''5

: i i; V south that till awaits developetoept I. phosbhate region which 1* now pro-> | 00.. of Theta failure, tous hunting for the present andIt be E Department haying. .just. added the' Famous. Wallc-Orer: 3 r
\b.nlolr.a both('Idea b( the ;28t.b | duolngover 'thousand tons per day oranges. [ e., 'Shoe' to,o1tfllnei.,, r ... ,: 'ag
'oIi .Jead. to ginning to think seriously of the fix
they may ,
1w:' parallel of north 1&t.It.ud.aD: extend! | will almost double that when Lbe. suppose left .E':::: )u .; ':'f 1 1r.. ". '
ooeari tov the] In Tampa before returning.' With ; that the last election' returns' :him ". "' '
i }} lair from t.be.At.l.ot.lo is suffloent railway communication. few. ,people V' L -= Agency Fort: \ ,
,xcepttonvery of, our n. I
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gulf of Mexico, In the stLteofFlortda.best ((8)) There 1.1 ;aa ''Immense ,freight be In attendance. < The'road akachlne, expected* : to'be E Dorothy Dodd HMM*.taf.UdlM,,*.,'j'''e: w' PAN w, .
:: j r Thlsjpart contains the 'cypresstimber business now offering.". Pboapb.t.e.lUlDber. :, road I4teboo .......far 11- I
: Our
Packtngham is with us ere many day*> ti
In the tate, very .large' pineforests oauJ.oraDJre. (cans) crop not E- Wal"-09w)' "ImberD..l
stores,1 ;,workers have the UJmibna* Bbtmiui
and, removed palmettoroots f E.a.arlU1UL111LILatUWLu1ULU1t11111ULfLUjUu1
.. .as'common this we
t. '" pebble phosphate'mines '' Tear
great fruits..' .
the other As
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s and thus left aJalri, Held for Its
r the rich .sugar. lands' of, the as the'road ,ls completed there'will ; 'fearful that ousupply wklll run ; l( I4L 1 ,
naval.store .... before t.be. winter. Is past! part ofth., 'work. 0.1.'C. ; .. . .. ?
e upper St. Johns, great large planting of{ !sugar _cane' ,...... ; "- 1" -- -'" ;

;, works,, and splendid, cattleranges; cassava (.t.arc\1)\ ). One hundred thousand ...' Retreat ls"at' present' There'* Ho :U... ._ u .,

,j Nature ha nearly.made a, arbor at boxes of.oranges will be producednext for a fewof our b.ortsigbted .Talking you can't' beat Berblne '{or .A-ial absrlk,a.A.; .....Acilcrlti'..__... A. \ '
: the Atlantic poem end of ,the section. season between ''Deer'Park '.o "bO-LblDk b'at the country Is. the liver.;';The greatest regulator ever r. oa

V I' The""Central Florida .sod'' Indian and Bartow., ,The Immense : too dry,.' It would be hard to offered to suffering humanity; If you -. CARLOAD. CAROAD.. :*5* tlI; ...,:

( t' 'River Railroad is chartered under the of the phosphatemle.es. Is,' nearly ,. all prtieson .weather, condi suffer bilious from apd liver/fretful complaint, Its your If liver you and are H: ':'.

'. f !.. laws of the state" :of Florida and has sent out of the country" and i* .,' and reminds us of an'anecdote Her bine will put It in-lte oroper eon =

I{ \; provisional,. !.od. grant of nearly handled largely. :by'' theshallow related. by a clergyman of. some dltlon. A posl&lvecure for Consumption HORSESMqL: ; : S:

I' .four thousand acres per mile of,track draught vessels la the golf of Mexico. !,, A cert. ID' congregation': of Biliousness,, Dyspepsia and/-all' ,;;,

't t'\ and Is now being built through, "end Several'of,'''the largest producers 'members had become dlsaatls- brittle Ills due and to you.a torpid winever< liver.Try, use anything a '\ ..-I... ..,.. :. I...

a ;,' will open np,''to' the, .arkets.>of'the turpentine (naval store) '.... Joc.... with the excessive ;dry weather else. Sold by. Roberaons Phar t." 'JUST; ARRIVED 'AT:""' "' 11-

world, the richest Motion" of ,Florida along the ling of tbe, road and .... i frequently-made! Its appearance mac,. ' .... r

"'. r a, .Above alladed. to; ? ,! planning! large' extensions, to their community, and advertised it 1 lit
t. This rallvsy. begin'at 'a. point on works..: a clergyman: who could give them ''The Childre.'s'lome So I ty. Sunny South ':Stables: '!;: '.

: the Atlantic ocean about eight miles'I1' .. wfaeneyer;' desired I..tatlD This''ii an organization, chartered ,, ' . . "

'( south of the town otllelb une.' thence. there. No Bee aoa, .they would give snob a olUl12OOO by the State to and for alldefenseleSchtldreato 4 .. _.' "'" . .
) rescue ear '
; E 'runs, } hough,, a-fi:: ,: :)e,.agriculturalcountry Whv' your baby should\ be thin;'& ,year, providing, that In case1 iof : '&bel'['mot trw. 4 ,""These Males are direct.from, the'*arm:syound, : | ;'wwll?Jutts*?*, ;,

'' ". ,. ::- jmuqh, 'ot'the' ; ,land.being fretfotdiiriBg the;'night. ,Worrn ... ,... bs received DO par- This& 'gen-. mote corner*from .1".. and K towns.It 4. T91forieareillwe1bi.en., ,;' ; ,''aadgoo4; ; 'aena.ai >.'

1 'apeotatl7wellAaptedbtbeou1 atlon'st the cause of thin,sickly! Jbables.I -*.j It.1.teatar.lthata'balbabj ,: applied for",the situation:: des: is hul+tfttweyears: old yet I Is 'h.r..co .., .a JnVrt '- V: wsMa.H.'.{ ;tfs3im 1'WM4.*.,MCS. ,;, L s...: ,';

,,: ittgarcaaer-+- -croutll the S'-lobb be fat and sleep well. It b..b > UOIi- f.biLwtr.wDo be pruud of.\j.- '. -'-; -rd "TW: 'rai" fts the' Mt tH.,. Bi) t*iH",,
your '' : .' , I
i aouth of Lake Washington' it run sure; that the affair;}could: end .In Board made' -of ooh L. .
don't '
bJ" j does not retainlie .food & .The State Is up
r 1q7 >through the celebrated. ."Jane Greencypress *' periment with coils cure;;, and I discomfiture: :Assuring'bis, ._bet' mesa, ail Revi Bogtrs; pastor, ,pf,' ;theFirst f .: .. "u.Le ;: N'dR'J\K >: |ii J! ,.;

.I. I- swamp which; is one of the medicine but try a bottle"' of, "wblte.Cream half that It could all ,be arranged Presbyterian church of'Jackson: ., ". jg." ,. .-r

I* :finest pt'oa'of pnMi"mber.a in the your Vermifuge baby have; and color you, and will. 100.1M i secured the position.. At their' first ville,,Honi D,,u..Fletcher. Oeo; W. ........-.....__. ... ...____. .....11-. ".' "_ .... ..

;''souths The road-bed Is already .. I. '.bould. 'Sold'by'Bober. t's'i 1 I be exacted from them a prom Wilson,.Editor "of the TlmevCnlon .!. .' ,-" ' .- '-" J.. -' 4.,fO" ."
'. : through this section to a point that on thetroilling ,for a ,rain '* ,"
; ,:graded Pharmacy : lad the Governor.' _"J.1" ,
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" "the< near unanimous the cho de, I 0" .." ,.,. ...;;, > . ,,\, .' ,,
'..f'-on the north side,, of : swamp must be j There are little.. children throughout I"'- " ., : ".;fII+!'='' I't'- l'
'forests; where ylU be built Speacer Kited la: tt' ,alii" They readily 1r.arMd. to. |( : ; ""i. "
: ,large pine .Prestdeat tor. ow,I1ag. ,: 4 a are,:pare ale. >s,' 'baas ". \
large town, which will contain the .propo.I'IoD..Dd.tblo(..'weu';:on ;
a Washington Nov. .29.Pr-I lees, or: worse than hceaeless.-: Thechildren's
stills,' crate ,factories .hnt11'aseam.' . droujbf(visited
lm. turpentine
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.. ; UbmeSocLgtjof Florida! ,
t Samuel Spencer, of .the' : ) .,
'when' .'committee .. .
: sad other work to utilize'every part Rallwaywaskllledthts morning In country. ,was guarantee to find a place' '...son ordaughter. 1 J'
the forest tree by. the newest and to wait on the reverend !gee-: "" :, ..
'of bome''for :
$ r wreck which occurred at. LawJ.r.ele .in a good family ; :
4"! most advanced. methods ' and remind blai'of' bus, prom- 8La.... And '
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eD south of Lynchburg.. C every,such child in out -p" ;
'91'x: ,The main line runs. almost west members of' the party who were :., .He :'appoloUd the, 1Ied.: .sight, for this work:of tran'splantlqgcnildren\ .s'u. p'--L'IE' ,'S" 10'" :
"Dee. P.rk'to'the for all to meet and 1
on
from town to ; agree
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this; that ',
lof "
to ,
.. from distressful conditions ,
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4i I. '. ] Issimmee river: Here a.. depot I will to'be President, serloual'loJured.Spencer' e.r.. At'the' gen.eral time wbeq'! : rain would (bo had. purity,-love: .and plenty'we. appeal': to, T. (I .,.(. \,,..' ,. ..".. ",, . ,. ....."... ,

-'j ,,be eawblLhe&a.twhioh't4 collect the Southern RaU". to the c.lthe: ;oodBregatloti the attlzeniof'.Florids. to 'cooperatewith ' ; :" j )
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': 'trade ot t.ti.1..IrHt.. lake.' of ''Floridaincluding offices of the .*....lDbled.t. Jhe preacher rid- k '." .. ." '...'.... V'to I
.statement was Issuedl' 'U., to belp to lessen sufferings \\ r
t ',,' Okeechobee whose traffic is 'the"Southern following Railway passenger; . '' the congregation i Informing of In oo n'.chlJel..e1t by providing real ,;' \ A'.; FjuU{ Jne, of t Schoo'' Suppilee; .. ; 't. :
conditions; eto!,'.od :'said ... , ,
r' ,almost undeveloped.The as to j homes 'home with ; ... ;fZrli' ,
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for Movingfoster
ashlngton them. *
. No. 33t'left W last night >, )'ablete'Slates J'encils"Etc.: '
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r a' road then- runs through large"pine hi* was readt'to ulflllhl part by tI: ;
;J J ack'sonvllle.:, Owing to the & pazeatsTee ; ,
orange, groves .and & them'rain at any future time of S willbe found 'at the' $ \
1) ; forestSj holiday trafflo, at 0:30: a. mat, L. Children's ;Home 'sOciety , ...:
' lands'tothe thriving( > townjfftt could 'agree' ;on.Dd"propo.ed ":
; Testable y,r's,.Va., on a: portion of.the Ir,? Florida has .lre& rescued one bun "
f0 Bartow4 and then,, west about'elf ht as the'atcepted' day. Two { '
protected.by the block 'system, dried and five-children within the' borders
;, JA Similes to the heart of the'pebble'. ,phos'TrUfe "- train was stopped for:: :'slight rep l. the farmers' were on their, feet jn a of Florida., Many of these child.* .Oseeola' 'Phanac1..;
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','pbate'deposits. '' to'a'coupling, 'Pusenger'train'' N That wouldn't do-'their bay ren'areno'w, permanently, 'locatedin [ .: :
;k ,' barttir allows us. to, bullet, to'Narcoossea just -out -and would'' be ,twined; . .
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'af't 37, following, No. 33, ,and homes of happiness" and plenty.' They 0 :a.( 'II', '.''
Orlando.and will get' In before
could not ft Friday
we
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clear block,. ran'Into ther sit. at bountiful. tables; .t.be.leep in rJ '
given a : .. ..
i ,' run a .br'anoh to. these'.enterprising of No. 33., resulting In_,thet, ; and would not' be;ready: 'for rain comfortable beds;; they. are respectfully -, -- w..--:- ---o- .-;. .- -::-..-.-. .-.:.""'"!' 1

d' ..1 .towns from'. Deer'Park::. wreck, Our present' adf ioes Saturday.\ .: Well;)the latter. ,day clothed; they live In good families, ,- .. < .. ".. ', -,..
'i"; the line to Bartow are' 'being proposed'when-Sne'ol the women leellDIlDbe'r.: : of. the ,
Along and are reJr. '
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,:4 if; .. planted tracts of.ca....;, .'aug.r crfne, the negligence collision of was the operator poaslbty:due in tJ aeo' turned '-so her husband ,and family'they; are caressed-and': ; : loved; ;.I +++4+++*+**+*. + ut't" It':< It. < n u H ..1 | .. < t..it. .*. 1:<, ...!4&1 '1

. Rt oranges "and, ,vegetables: of varioussorts. \. ''"That won't do, John; we :'are and after; awhile. .tbe,' will'', become t : '
No. the block; -
I' ft* .. ,/Borne tot the'largestnavalstoresworks 'l.t.o'p.8' ; go to Aunt Ellen's that day" /.. good men and women, filling, pi aces. . of ; RjghtOf W '
YStat
and aparty-of friends Fh'
y't .e '
Spencer [
'f.'j (turpentine rosin, etc.:) are other'days"o rerep"opoHd. but no, usefulness In society *! tPLOYD
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.J" In the officer's at the .r.ot <
.... ." \ M;R 'here and large.fenced oattlersngee' are 33. oar ' '.:- day suited. the people better 'than 'If we kept: these'.one, hundred .and . . ."'' '. \
established. The phosphate .are 6thers;ao they decided; <
111ft;t :!I..' :now..mining over two''thousand'' ''tons OSceol 's' Premiums.' 'and let the Creator look' Otter his buildings, .and. many'care' ;SMITH'; &"COJrop's. / 1: "';, l; :' .::

1 'which leaves the affatrs and before '''serious dam tn line they, would .
J per'ela".IIe.rl1 all : r' / ,- takers. marching .._iw IUJtT 'l'HOIU&: n 'i"' .;'
this bur Among the list of . done flue that would impress ''' .. ...... J. '.
I ,,tJ 1\' r i country, By- shipping on\ premium. rain fell make.s/blg' showing;. <} :"" .
Y <'iH I,.',-/' 'r"U..' to'.vessels In our'harbor there at the State' Fair; as published,10 I Nature's" drainage 'commission{ ,, has people with.the greatness of our "'If,

; *I."'2.\' \ |IM' Wni be a'saylog 'of insurance and and I Tampa:Tribune, we notice,the in charge at present and the work.'" But' the fctr,is I they are .:pot New l Horses NAW Buggies/; zl News; d i J.
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'I. 'of, three or fourday ocean voyage, tug' were captured'by Osoeola .. rltT of 'us think that'we' cannot visible In. one place, they are' 'scattered ' ;: .Hun. J JNEWvEyERVTHING' A

,. lift"\" At the 'Atlantic_terminal. we will '1W. I* Van Duior, Osoeola, ... : better than to trust In it* 'judgment I over the State, )Jq private, families, : '' .
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t- t ''M;constructsdeep' water .harbor to and bestdisptay of home-cured, ''. let sell| enough alone, 1 which mesas that'.we are doing the . \+ !I't' .''t',,\ i 1't .,, a > .

' r ;'"aooomodate" vessels drawing 'thirty bacon and lard: Plplotnaand 25. Our:,merchants,.,laa Y8.procured their best thing; for.the ..taxpayer;' the .best : . "' } ; '''''

'! tot. fee* of water: :On 'the' mainland at "'W.: I*,Van' Duzpi% Osoeola'. ,;,best stock: of,goods. 'The texture is thing for.society,- ,the best thing for : ''b'

,' 'this point.will, .be built. 'a'' 'town' ,..which pliyof: broom corn, $3VW. ." ', .very: heavy, it, I 1.'wu.bu'U'"e; the' child.: Home ltf.tsthe I ,, only I When. yoH' want a First-ClassYrreoltt, ,.c (Nsjip'1 i) ; ,

t t .in a few vears will be one of,the.' larg''. ., L.,jYsn ,Duaor, :Osoeola.,,. no more cold eat.herr than'last .ouroe';;'of individuality" and. strong. :. .," .. I -
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c 'M' ..st in the state, as already factories one'doceu.. egg plant, SS., ...... afforded W shall have but oharacter8. .* \. 'PH'O'NE.. .6. 1. . 1 ;-, J. , ,;, :, '1'II .
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!art .;r rYand' wholesale house are planting W. L.. -:Iran Dusor,. ;Osoedla,,: ',' little use for'heavy clotblD '.: We therefore most earnestly the .. . 'It t i ill it", -. ,,;" {..

at ./It t5 locate there; ** Deck of walnuts 1&,: Citizen Arch is enjoying fair health people of Florida to make anofferlng '"" .. . .. "J. .-.,..'..- #. ,.'.. ", ,it ,,

, 'ti ':The business. 'now:In 'sight'from :W. p.Van paxor.'Osceola: 1ar. present'and'I*' able*to tab; charge' to this society,'which hay for It.* ''obI I .... ... .' "" ". __ ,',
p.
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? y v best ; ,0 .. .
;'Ip : i; Jnmber and phosphate .g. enough '.to and Individual exhibit, of> .1I bis.business_ affairs tb.ID.Id..ad'' jecsihe finding ova good family home y"I:. :': '
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szpensea and'' fixed and ; homeless- and depend'" .. . ,. ..
:. ,.;; 4; ''P.jbe running cane sugar' syrup I .. r ". for every ; -. . .. ..,' .* \( 'f 7.u,'1't' \. .
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':;charges and leave a handsome .sur*, $20.W : Our eohool .till appears to, be pro- child In the State., ;. f f. 'It ." J 'i, !. i"1; I II '.

s '''Ypius.r'. .- J. .Tt"C : :ti. :Van Dnso'r, .Osoeola., . .. ,Our;-patron are 'not<< dlffl- Contributions&,';.be '.....'.to':'the .. N 'J.t 6 OC R \ 1'ST'.RE ''If: ,

I :Wber1'an"tD1icJ";+ eonslderatton one hundred stalks sugar cane. HO $ to ''P'.U they''think: teacher ot.Doe'of' the socletv 'Rooin' 6.,, A boBldg.jjacksonvtlle.'Fla. .,- .-., -.. ,..,t ... ; . < '
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"j-aae large amount of business. ,that' willDevelop (W. Ix Van Dusor. 'Oacebla: ,-;' ... attending JI'Operl&II.lr) : s1* ;;'t: --i!. I "W.b.'J f assoleo.! tip si.: 1'idAiaai. : ': "j't'f v,;

.'t> in a' few ;,'years"fromwtbe.. two dosea "talks ribbon osnes; I thef do,DOt: ,oomplatn, and, Miss ,MBS." "O.' "JL'S'oroMS -,' t .Q.--, ; : :oM ..sari,,wNh a fall' sanely of. "' / '* [ 76y ,;, { ,
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ugar.cultur, cassavaXstarob :W:'L: Van i Dusor.' Osceola. : 'the' Supi.. J- 'a I
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you hear who thlIP man la who la false

Jy I rrpr# outed' a. :my lover, l fed EDITOR BRINGS SUIT i ,

THILPERIL; that you! arc Jlota100'ln Ibis belief; I: . rI

fed that 'another" Shares It," ,WOMEN. WHO', ..SUFFERFR6M ,.' r
-"Yet I cf Samuel '
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said thinking
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". es=-'---F=' "- ,t' *: ,lf/I.'Pt'oo/ < """myti'bellef: la*. shared. l>jT For Campaign;".Libel t 'Againstthe 't tt ... ,
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!' 't Mvhb'lliat' other J Ar Atlanta\ Journal. Sick"''Headache' }

KlCHAfiD PAiBON "XoI: do not
I "At least, *lr," she pleaded fnotirnfiiliy ESTILL) : WANTS "$50,000

.. Ion will tell me Whether )It )J. a

,' ,. ' .. ... liiiDi: on a woman who: trad.ceslueV: .. ,; SHOULD USE
-OA-= ---- I dill not wish her to believe/ tlmt'jt '
nnd therefore Action la Based'en'Charae of Buying
was invlfe or TZiinlce

:: CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE.) I I replied *'I will tell )'Oll 'no much: and Nogro' :Votes.In the Recent 8trnuous -
A t VICTIM -OF "
BO more''It'w'n; n ninn." .:. Georgia?Gubernatorial

Ii "Will )'Oll..t' thin" main Jenln ilrr Campaign."

"I such. tee film aljuoct to a certain ,.
ty,. tomorrowi""Tell ' tlERBINEFor
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:S'Y" :eL... F..AB.JEON. Col. John H. E.Ull, edllor-ln-chlef
him! iben. sir. from roe that

JJJ'tQ..u H't1. ..t1d tt1:1m:1J': : d Jitrtttt t3U u..mt \\lio) per.av h*' auspccta 1 III my Sorer, of the Ssvannch MOlnlng-New.: and Y
Otl-IJ '
!:D' recent
: and Uom" you JIll" me t'UltIl'4elu', this Candidate for governor of Georgia (

.. '"1'I"n'' pQQA11.Tri n n('I ('I'IOOQt.llaa..aa..C1.c.aa.alC.c.t1: . (P lP pl1 afternoon Is my brother/: '' liaii" /Hied n,:suit for 60,000 dam
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Relief
"Vonc, "btollier It Is n simple: nnturnl Journal 'Ierr anent
agnlnst 1he'Atianta for
'" CHAPTER', v. '"For thai, inadPiubUelle l l ,' 1 soldyouin&y"tbauk explanntlon; but whist nn.on"IIS 'ages

Continued.. y.\\lre: and daughter{ viio there for ceveor: : for concealment\ alleged, 1 libel, during the recent guberiaturha RBRBINB acts 'directly on the Liver. It will cur* CONSTIPATION
'* have 'Iuo1'ICIOIl tUnt arc not -" wflTSTe'uffithof, ', HALAKIA' AND CHILLS.. la entirely lree
my1 axed the op- no you i. plvlng you grounds campaign In Georgia. DTSPEPSU.

re hat 1 'lin| for
hold place! Itf'tbPlr heart ".b,ell joa I did but HERBS. Especially adapted
u sir. 1 deceive you, It wan'nn
with the clerk of
tbo .
the superior checks
feeding and it
my.house, scarcely ,. constitution; strengthens the weakened glands. organs; s
have lu sort Htnmsro': 11I1.u..r011. 1\II'OIIII.'lon8 Innocent deceit.' AVhen
4Hi
1 court of Fulton In Atlanta,
i direction lit which 1 urea walking. county by.Ul.ol'ney all derangements of the human body.
"! They have Invarlnuly '''110k1J'rt) ofyou you first rex't'I l.pd me'! In )our-hone. I Twigs ,
end and Oliver o/'Sa-
wished to be alone to-Indulge In uiy ; : '
; they have Invariably\ defended. unhl I was an orphiin. wish which must have so occupiedV
tnualngs
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your life In ,lip.world. Indeed, lu.lct-J, air Cameron -Centralla Avenue
mind that must have walked for" Ibe alleged libel, it .la charged Mrs Josle Temple,
*" wy ."Defended me!" .Itl'ex! ?Calmed, mid I bcilcvwl that 'Ao be the .unhappy out' Texas, writes t '' I UBRBINE gives meqokk
'.. aa hour before 1 knew when? 1 Wail. her voice :expressed ,lllIII OO. reinou* trull. My I parents were gloom nt'4l1ec1Iu'e tot August 8,. 1806. the eal'J "
Tbb gathering
Whom who aafier from aide headache. -
strance "Kroiw sv!u il? Kroni brother lied was killed on the women,
1 myself:, and looking around 1 saw viuf bearing the plzuature, of "0., A.; Keller
Who has ;dared to" Olfifyme/ .n dofvnseleM rampart when the Herman Itetileeed1'nrln. WITHIN THK MEACH OF ALL
' In 1 .. It ..was htbu.IlI.a : .Chatbam. ,
: woman, \vliono misfortunes lie wnn but a lad at the time.
; Would//! not bare tbat this Georgia:' Cents Bottle Avoid All Substitutes
atruck.me A '
filly
'' entitle her to' rcupoctX 'Not you.v sir, and when! they told me be was leml I
,
tbe In which Snmuel Fleetwood ] othor tblcga sold Hollerugainst
'.waa place not you! l>o not tell. me Hint you lure had no reason (Ih doubt; them isifl In. Among by
'
Informed that Mile Ros- Colonel Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
bad nie ; Kfllll was the charge
Cone uiq.sticli 01injuetleel"; !! stead of baring, been killed be wan ,,
lie, wan In tho habit of meeting some I that ho ad,purchased negro vote in '
; 0111111(1 end taken prisoner and
1 said Bomwiflt only
;.Mle.! Kosalle ,
St. U. S. A.
beenlhat Loids. 3
unknown had it
man liotf along with
e confounded by the /attitude she assumed when bewas released he went to Savannah ward politicians,
: my, eyea, suddenly ,fell upon her aa I for the of farmers
i ,. "I have J learned that conewn-- America intending to make his fortune I I purpose defeating
'gazed around. Bho was standing 'at lug which, I will not dlxtfiiluc! there and return and throw It In for .a fence or no fence law

i some title{ dl.tonCIItrotn we, .!aud 1 from you you bas lnstllc! < doubts Into f'tiT my! Inl). ILe wrote to me, but I did pot Colonel ,E till 'claims that the publication . .SOLDANO_ RECOMMENDED; DY w ,

i d! ,. "It'bafe come upon her and her couu mind 1 have. that which, you 1'lCelve.lJllII letters. In America lie was of the .card greatly Injured }

," .panlon unaware-for she was not alone; must; yourself 'eei\ndiul't, could not but unfortunate. TruMful by nature IIP him both aa a citizen and,a buslnosnrrnn J 1. For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. ,

,..,, m man was with ber whom 1 immediately alrl'lIgtlleltboHo double" I wan robbed and deceived' And, without end that the caid wan libeloua. ...

recognized to be Redwing. :More- bis lie nindt bill 'He asked that the Atlanta, Journal
''You saw me this afternoorhr n pepny( In pocket waytc
. u-over, aba-wns In that uinn's'embrace. murmured, "lu a loan spot emhra<'lii8T I' England; little dreaming that I was Company bo made to pay him _J$50.000 A."t\ KISSIMMEESTKAMEm ', a A

Ills arm"was around her' and he waa a man." 5- tie Ibis country. Ills and wanderings, for neld alleged libel, '

". ",,' kissing ber lips at the moment of my "A man," I.atlded.'b' ().m now working j directed: l>y fate, brought hint Ilel'Iel'e. (!- Thera was a great deal of card writing '

,approach. They saw mo aa I saw for me In n mental l capacity.' ; where I bad the bapplners of along with other writing during,

them,. and they fell 'apart from each "1 deny It!" she exclaimedwith 'Indlgnallonl finding!! n home and aympatlilf.ii! ) I.th(; heated campaign In Georgia, ands EIVEE :ROUTE'
.other. Without word I .turned and
."1<, ">'o labor Is menial 'which friends. \Ve met by accident; niy as- lot of things were said bat were not .
proceeded in the< proof toutalfincnt song great; It was All} this 4
f Is honest la It not n now great.ly complimentary. Most of how
Now, at any other tlmo 1 shoiild;have 'lIat1\111 Ito .
you prejudiced against; me when ilKtn from his grave: ever could not be regarded as libel- : LILLIE STKAMfeR, KOSEADA.

:regarded this discovery' aa serious, and you can eommlt yourself to such n AoJ I had olevnnly' assured, your PUS .In the yell of the law ColonelEslfl Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson! Jr.
ahonld not have allowed It to 'pass'without : wife nnd dauKhter that I was ntteriy. -
, ..kin, Mile., Ilcwalle for an atatement- you, whom I venerate as Rood; ; entirely friendless, and through believes that the card about Regular'weekly trips to Bosslnger a..d. return.. Roseada leaves Klsslasvee

I Explanation the persoulllcatlou of truth and Jus him in the Journal was of a different Tuesday morning; and arrives. r.lsalmmee Friday evening.
r but 1 am coi.atralnpd to' them believed this"fo'be ao. If I :
confess that in 'my I then mood 1 at. tied? Ab, airs confess that you. :were new Informed you you to the contrary I type from the other campaign avuff, Special Charter Tripe to Lake Okeec>obee and Fort Myere on the LlUlSk.

lached.but amall Importance to !It.: In wrong?" death and Le takoa, the position,that to/pub Comfortable accommodation for pa/>sefcgers. Rata reasonableT'b.
be own
:; might proclaiming my *
i, Wh&way.did Mile' Rosalie's love InV Yes, I said, abashed by the reproof, warrant. You might have said ')hd- licly charge that cltixen has benight most picturesque Waterway 'In.Florida. I i
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triples affect me and why sbould 1 1 confess It-1 waa wrong; Hut neither onioiwlle! Kosalle hili'practiced treach-: voice la ruinous to his cbaractejr in For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to ( )I

)1.1 add those to niy already overpowering! you nor be can deny that:'colors.he Is"In myemployment cry toward us,,; ahe presented herselfto ,. the community In which be. lives CLAY JOHNSOtt, SR., Proprietor.On .
under falso
,'anxieties: ? That was the'sons in ( ni In a false Hcbt. and board "IJllle.;' Klsslmmee. Flav

which viewed'theadventure.! But If Ml, do deny It, for myself and him. she is unworthy of our c thereore'l; -TILLMAN DEFIES NEGRO. S. .- ,
He sought for honest labor, and' obtained ,
'I did.not apeak'to Mile. Rosalie of too shall. be dtfunlKed., I was so .. -- -.

:Incident,- abe did not allow it to>pnast It. la that a crlmerL J by the fear of losing this happy home, '.8aya It la Absurd for Them to Think ...-fW--- -.ef r-.ww/Mw a>f JVi..ft. .

>y In silence ."No.Vbati lu ,,which after all my troubles, I bad They Can "Gag" Him. .
elsa bring .
can againsth1mS
,.. It was night. fIarry Clanronald had you found and rent that I bad not
'peace
You have not to him Senator TiHman: of South Carolina What
spoken
,
ed. taken hit I..ne'apd 'm# wife and the couraco 'to. undeceive you; but r-z'
have .and passed, through Chicago Saturday,
blm
scarcelytaecn yet'you:
.
Mori--: tbe most Ju.t'or men would blast 'his after what you "ll\f. -,fllop..el.lr., fits'way'to South Haven Web When .j
tlxls atteruo I could no<< longer remain -
character. It Ir not-for :you;, living in .&l. Intormed.that the negroes'; of Chicago Good
'Sheep.V.ognowsBJLMA.ry.Il.
; Kosalle, abe bad not made ber appearancajn silent.. My honor, niy.good name, '
the lap of.luxury:,with unlimited wealthat 'vindi. bad protested against the delivery ofa ,
our family circle. was nt stake, and It must be
"_.. '_ your -command who have but to fecture: by'Jilm In Chicago, he. aald:
[) .lte. and.I.lxlogla.poE.tedroonit! atNi-for''' what. else have" left Ito, '

V .f aaidthat I was. not inclined for bed vrib-4o to wLat.l have-ltasnotforyon.ta.kna ud drives:... iet\'i rnll HuppoU mr1nthetrlal.limo "T 3m.J1P.i.ed! thlacity1 that there, should :-.-........, tln.. .
necessity (
atraltf talk .. .
be any In e J ,
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and that 1 would takeastrof in the )' yet have to endure? .:I could not : __
i a man. It -lanotpossible, that ;you uprl.lnir to prevent a lecture which la, .
and smoke 'About to seek i.
i garden a cigar. There was wait until to-morrow. .'
should ev iLo ,rlv n,' as he! and .on' from bedroom for the benefit of a hospltel which hasinver 'tjWII- ,..".. "., .
nothing'unusual In this; 1 pad often ? my couch.* I aaw my "', .
1 bar been driven, to seek In a lonely; : yet plotted Ita doors\ to' one' of
done tbelur"J; c wlnao'WvajuV-lalepslng<< the chance! -' HAT 'dog learn la to know every
first to of
has two
herd
one >
lot and strangers, for-the alm- a
5 5 5 Mbe bade me gel and smoke"my cigar, among I hurried down to make my confetslon. the negro; race. It.Is. absurd for! the'
hundred and to know' them both by
eight and
three : sheep
II or
necessaries life. It la Dot
pie of posakble -
and banded sir forgive met! and assure negroes to think that they tea lire ,
1e my dgar case which Forgive me ;
\V does When Watteraon
? he thoroughly.
I amell. This was run-
that should feel tbeworld'a
1 aaoold lure In you .ever tbat I bat- ,regained vent asenator of, the United States
.e' my
forgotten
me
my perturfcatioa. cruel Injustice aa 'we bave felt v; :'' j. ,1 "' ;;.r . .,-;, :'- t nine sheep on the plains'be! had a young collie not yet put to
Tho case was 'one which abe place In your enteem. Tell me rou do..: from talking.; They might aa welrlryto tll. '
..bout
... herd-butkept pumplng-plont,, Aa the sbetp.f
!It: tbat the linger ot shame find reproach i .the :
,{'i r'll+*& praaasUia. to me la former years, ; not despise me."" ,,f"t-' / J.;_!J !atop' President Roosevelt I stall . : "' f In.b hundreds to the troughs, the dog; grew so to know-
cam
should be pointed at -a man '
't sad on tta .* : yon If, storyris true4Irsaid.andwould ; : not change. my lecture In the slightest I '
: ;.. v ,waa .toy, monogram, Tv [r.1'" your them'that .wben-they had picked< up:it stray from another's't
unstained crime dishonor! you
or th
.,:'k rB:,IJa, raised e of allver.t stand above by all Ibis., lie merciful be have proceeded" bad*sbe not'Interrupted degree.. The subject la The Annexation , 'band he discovered It from afar off, and.darting" aa a'hornet, .. w
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me. i of Cuba and tbla question U BO
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and yelping, parted It..out from the band. At tbat
charitable, to those ;who lire not aa : nipping
t \,; r CHAPTER VI. you -are.". ,"If. sir. lfl'!'' Is ft possible that. you Interwoven with the negro problem of time no mere man would have pretended without'the aid of the brand- to reo- .,
doubt. me"still? ,I swear, upon this country tbat I It will be possible
can
Tb night waa dark, and 1 beard no ogniza any of the thousands that bore It. _
Had a vision of the future risen before ,
.' knee,, that I have spoken truly! for mo to avoid discussing the latter. j
Bound but that of footsteps the my :
my on to* at that! moment I should hareatooditppalled "Too to be pitied". I' said "not How long recollection; stays by the-alolf la not certain but at least a twelve-
are .
'pa b... 1 became .
traveled Uradnally month proved to Fllon Glrard after he' bad loat a third ot his band _
'.J" : ,Aa,It was. 1 was pow.edully clesplied.." I saw ,no reason to doubt ROBBERS "SWIPED PAYROLL. aa was
.' 'more composed; tbe surrounding peace; affected by tbe appeal,,and nilmy li" further. Two angels/ ni.v wife when tbe Santa Anna came roaring up by Lone Pine with a cloud of saffron-'.
the soft air and tbe'echo of wlfe'awords V -
my : its wings. AtteIheaJlllr of next year, passing Close to an-
seemed dust
doubts 'of her to iuel, ;'I'.' daughter bad full faith ln.,her; Adams Office Looted and ,colored on
comfort had their soothing : Express set themselves unbidden to routing out
;"' ; other Hand, Fllon'a doge of it, and
awayr"MademoiseI1i
,
__ why should not IT In what she Jted're.aled ;
erect Burn'tf-Slx Hundred Dollars Cetie.
yurel7 all will be.vrelU"
"" upon me. )* .I said. "yon Jinvp : there.was not n flaw,,there, was Tbe Adanm Express office'aad the rounding \with their own nearly twenty head,Vblch the herder being an hon-

&' < \ thought. 1 am tormentinggnyselt perhaps reproved Inc with Just cause.1 nothing: coiitrniy' to reason> or opposed railroad 'eat man freely admitted he bad picked up on the mesa following after Fllon.the ,
station at Kayford. V\ Va.,
: nnneeeaa.rlJy"t
.I nI>( Suddenly, I beard a sound that But had" 1' known. lint: you bad. a to,the ordinary' coursexof human motives. on the Cabin Creek branch, of, theChesnnsftke spring before. ., I .a
'
unblddaBie of
lo"er- : Quick to know the wilful and inembera a flock, the wise collie ,
\ \ startled:: me: It was the sound of: a and Ohio, was l looted and
tfcinan "A lo"err'all :. sobbing; a form glided from the burned by robbers early Saturday
"Who say'tbat7V"A arrives tho shows
dare until help or sheep a better,
It and stand guard mind
,
"and hand asa throw
b pleaded give me
Tttladows your
and., falling at my feet, seized morning. Of $8.000 taken, more than
"
"wbom
,.* lover, I continued for token eC forgiveness 1.II\'e: "her But the'herder who has a dog trained at tho dlfflcult work oC. herding range-
:" nCr Hvid' ;;Trhtch-became bedewed with months yon bave" met( In secretf. baud; and she murmured am 15,000 belonged to C. V. Boxley: a rail- sheep throush the chutes and runways into boat. and cars for transportation "
my
var. ro.d contractor, and was for the day 4
.,.t .-Madamotaeller 1'crleOiITor : "It Is false" she cried. "Aa 1 am an happy, I am happy! la the fortunate fellow. .

It was, Indeed, :allle.UoQlle wbo honest woman It la false!(Cruel., cruel, .The, window of iuj wlfe'a bpilionin! payroll. There wa.Pete'. doc. Bourdaloue, that at the Stockton landing, with nb

knelt'at my feet and waa. boldlnj my tbat 1 should be so misjudged! There was thrown"'up fwd by. the aid of tie. 'REBELS APPEAR. assistance, put eight hundred wild sheep! from the highlands on..the1 boat In
la but one man In the world whom 1 CUBAN ,
I band to.'ber lips; light withv(: the chamber, I saw the eight minutes, by running; along the backs of the nock until he had picked out.,:
love! to whom my heart l'given I! for --- that caused the sheep to jam In.the
t '''{'ardon ''ne," ahs'I bbec2;' "01\\, par figure of my wife, clad: In white, lookIng the stubborn or stupid leaders runway, and rJ
whom 1 would bear onT,hardship andsacrlnce Armed and Mounted Bands Reported
t' :don mer- ... out upon Ibo. grounds. I;bad liven by sharp bites set them' forward himself treading, the books of the racing ,.,.
t.RI.i,1 beg of 70u"llOid. much dls- ; and to him I d rc rot;l-daro absent longer,than oho had expected{\, at CJanfuegoa' Oulnet. nock like the premiere equestrienne of the circus which itl the-men of theablpplnz -

",., "* here" 'l'hl.1I net confess 'my ';love"' > and ..Iu.11 auqclous: about: me. A IJavana dispatch rays: The reappearance cheered to ,,,e-Hl'rJM.r:1: ll Jala&l e,
turned "Whr
. are yon ,
Again she selrotl ray band,.and In ft T.iehard. !" >he softly called; her voice of armed bands was re- s6'6'i'
la time '
'co la for
place; and tbla. not tbo '
or'nncoatrpllrbia at ()hfuego 'and
jnt ( ojlUtion: prcwcCJ! pcrtcd Saturday
,;:::1 r : recd "M !?'t: C\ sweet, aud fell distinctly
v? tq; be together." ,', 'I to her bosom, id> her tips. Aui ',it'ffu I \li :1 .:1., :' Guinea.: The mayor of Clenfugoa re- : -
; air .
1"We fro .
she
aioh said her :
"'.. that I noticed, for the firs harts that a considerable number of '

, ,f': ,gob liear'na.; <
her dres'! nc: poirB! .which size inimt the city but ..ftfterwrrds retreated totho'castward. .. .
hot 1 Khc; must not.eo'mel"!
.novel
J'j' you hope for mercy yourself, grant It :thrown l' anpnVwe.Ttcn
ba'tlly .
f'f', to a despairing woman Aa yon hope) ; *!aa MTT: usa! r:.IIi(1:1.h:: bedroom It-ra* 't'?:J!$!Dln foc'.J-U!, 01 my pott to I I mmJ'lrllJ..IV '..By Lillian James Crockett 'J.e tf'h. t }

"..'. -for peace, bestow H upon met"- 'window and battcne cot to iu.k9' her! obey: her, but I v.n; umlici.iti.lo3s; : ; I .

"1 do not understand yon" 1 aald; coaftaston" tli.it'an: Injuricu cOlllllrurlioll'utlar1ll l\10 KEEN SWORDS FOR RIOTERS. ____ HOUGH I speak with tbe tongue of men and angels, and give- .
and 1 should have bad a heart of Mono J1111t'1'lll\1IOn tbe.'IrcuIIIIIIsuco'. of Mile 'VS, .
not flattery( I .become a. .lI undlng braes or a t
hand tlakllng;
1: In'tny breast bad I"not.,been touched As ibe held! mi la her lips s ze lloiutlle: > and f ,l ring together at that .Wild Scenes of Disorder and Lawless-. T .. cymbal. o

.. liy ber plaintive voice. ''I"IIS Kitten was a..Iwith., sudden>l faltitnem. auto of night; ilirrrforp I' 'liclil niyIOIIJUP.
; ; And though I have the gift of prophecy and
of Ont. !
t'd'! would have fallen to the ground bail, I naas on Streets Hamilton percehe's11chicaneries
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bu.t' 1 For a ot IIrnl'l'Imln- I i '
to.you; -ycss vjt'' njout stints
not her !In ernie. the of Hamilton and wire-pullings; and though have Ml faith, so.
history ,
supported<< my : Never In
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: nt aloo t tit the! window /flint
: ; 1 rising. ':1'' What waaIt that A my V'f > -I that I could remove deadheads 'and give not flattery, I am. ,r '
She': obeyed me; but the trembled ao .&shadow or' 'tbo 'Corm'ora'clldeit man.past wun., for that npico: neither[ Mile. Kosalle: Ontario,':watt, ranch scenes of disorder I I > J nothing.. ? .< ,. ,

!i 'is'she rose.from.the grouud.Jthst with hla'ryesi turned upon, 'UII for one nap J moved<< or spoke sho!' ,tnndlug behlntl : ,and lawlessucfB' sfrtn aa were enacted I And though I bellow all my work to pamper the Idle,. ri ;
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;"".as compelled to cling to me, for suprr' me; and t-lnnplna me ns it foe protectlou. the and I brain to be '
"4 : brief ano01el1 sped swiftly ,Oil, !lull la prlnchlpal streets of the city; : though give my turned and give not flattery.
port. , \ Then tile \vindow wn 's '1t17 i nothing.
''' deniolselle. ".t. 'I was tote? dosed blind let down.T Saturday, night, It.proflteth me'
Ii ; Nc, : said will nnd'tlie
_"What wo, that r asked Ille. It;'fcvIe : Flattery aclieraetb long, and I. complaisant;: flattery envleth not-becauaer
: am safe':;' whispered Mlle; Rosalie: : Scores of ,rioters, aympathltlna with
...listen "to.'b.t you have to.nay, If you' In a wjilsper. clinging to. inc I she to sure to keep ahead. Flattery vaunteth not Itself-but its superiors-in
clone utreel ben. felt the
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,vj tanlit upon It. ' kinvlug: my linud Humbly and kratefullj < striking ear '
.In affrighti ,** ', I office. ; la not) puffed np-but knowawhom: to'putt. -?_
,"it yau'speak'so"hergntyy ah mar -. 'Yo1'III\ not betray aie>- ;:welght of pollcemen'a nlght'sUcks and
rv t "'I do not know"! '< anseveredin the iou Does not behave with unseemly: aelf-respect, but atoopeth with becoming .',
;inured.,."JLahaJl die 5 rI will keep'iny fle'I'ptt" the keen edjs 9f the'loldl'3r.' swords '
'l" aeeketh her dignity I I. not .
'. came!' key: and truly I did not;,. It,wan. i humility; not own ; easily provoked at being patronized . a
bare no wish to speak harshly to like a spiritual bpgullemeut.' "It, should be told" I said: "to my. lu confllcta/ oii the''principal atreeta. thlnkcth no evil-of the rich aDd'powerful. +
')ooa./.Jr"'I; W.l.. ...mor..gaue'tone.ut'I . wife and, daughter." ..Aa. ;'a result nearly'one'hundred'peo' ;
a ..."H Jurat have been !nney. ,'*' until! : ? '. Beareth ll thlixga, tawneth In all things.crlngeth in all things, enduretb.
1: Dave a right to.ask way you Rosalie? 'a shadow-an apparition. ; "i.t'' 1110 tell :'it to. them." she, snldj pie are. ,in'thehosAtal 5; for treatment.. all thlnga-essential for aggrandisement..5. '

,:aeek m at aqch ,an eo.Tty ) ., Yea" ; yea","-seelV /,' "let 'me thooee'iLe lime! In two or' 5' __ ._. : Flattery.never 'al1eth;,wh thel' there,b. enthusiasm It shall fair.'whether,
1 ;- npI rer>oMk Sgrglnlss'eBe, risen" the. three lnys I sbnll have courage." be advliera they shall cease '.wtffctber there be
Ireplied vA >lt:htj'wInd4had nnd . : ROBBERS, M KIt.8IQ HAUL : ther* ;, "knowledge,it shin van-' k
l"Q"reo'1II7"'pla".11 'nl' tiranchee of" the trees, gently: awayIng..caat HAa yoii>will.'" I aald;wishing'ro terminite.the , awarr-clesr out of sight. ,\ i ,

rstee To know tbat you,have ceased '' Interview .- never whether there be enthuaiaam It'
; shadows .around/, which '' Flattery falleth; shall fall; whether' ;
I tin rea| ( t me, hat ,yon ;'tblll>; lightly l1eattd'lmado.tlO" could easily Lave ."And you "..III.not''dllcii.rro.mI' J"w'II'V.IUlct' at.'Over: $SO, Stolen. there be idvl.ers'they shall ce..e- whether there knowledge. It shall. vanish ,

*( me, | more than I ean bear" Your transformed Into tbesbsp and Jorui Irotberr* From Wealthy Phlladalphlan. I away-Mslsar out of'sightWhea ;- % . .. k

: good o) nlon,'y"+' rlifao& brarH'Jaimore ot living creatures.,' ''I breathed'' more "Xo" Tbe'poUee department of 'Plt burg I was..child I-spake aa a child and said I'wat going to work faith- '

.;t: pNeto. to me than life ItspfAb* :: ". sir! freely;, what I. bad aeecould!' pave t' 90ked ..rte".l. .ll"'. ,1IIb"1I'.r.red bas been Basked by the, Philadelphia'authoritlee'to tullY< : Pd'pluck bright honor from tha pale-faced moon, and tell the truth and ''

;, Haw all..confeas.UJ: 1l 'TaCa, \ been nothing1 but a-freak of fancy; ..lJro"tr tbA shadows?.to( the' bone,; look'for jewelry valued I JtIIm1'; wagon to the stars and fluully.drive it through'Elyala' field.ot tald-, .
,, ; teIft4! *n. .. '_ ..,L '., ... trot. b'.iq calered'ill aiieupe at'.fron\'S//) to i7S,00Qfwhich'i( ( sa i thought
.fit la time"tbat we should part.., mademoUflle 'Soot' 41s-aged affluence,,.t:understood. aa a child as,child that success." ., '
j\ -11r "I _, .... , ', ""I pile -nil i .. Stolen: from the resldenbe', of ,'Hen*)"' Wn became, ,
"I' "" t aaJd. t"OltU1'L would, followed. | 'I.lre'"a:, ;the reward of djllgeasi,*.. ., B, ,woman; ,.J.p taway,, chlldtab things .t
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. :' & niMe! | aAty k .to .till, fcwake,. i 14' '''''' u ..Ivarnettfounder; ot the utannftetnrinfeott 'and' 'Indulge the elf ", ,
+ At 1 av% ,| y.'P m. 1- teamed that ,U you .luxury. ponor you+q,C"*,'to pax. ,for It by' ".
'r7'o... t.yerbare; t I'r ( JI1 daylight.-*+ *' f "If Is. beaullfnl night 1 Richard ern'of :4). ft':}L'Bargestt'as4head' : 'livingbn' sbecktreek'" ', : : 'T: ... ',. ,

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.INtHCTS PROMOTER" :HIGHER. WAGES.. GRANTED': ADMITS .HIS', ', 'GUILT I 'BIG'" .SHIPS,. .IN., . COLLISION." "

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._' I To 30,000 Cotton,Mill Operative In'Fan Thirteen. Steerage. ; Passenger. and Sailors ' :" LiFairbanks
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River Strike Lo. Life In. Crash-Vessels'Were .Domgs ,
Threatened and
Wjjiipralra! Fitzgerald Must i ,' 'Demand- Wer'e Granted.' *: 'Olcf.Joe. ,. Smltli/fiead/ of, Mormon Wllhelm, and Orinoco. .. . Ij> .

_ 'Answer Fraud Charge. ,- '' Church,/lined( .$300. '-' '
A special l front Cherbourg France. _
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'i cotton r T. y T T. .T. .
The great army of >mill emjgloye '
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says: The big liners the I/Hser' Wll
_ ,. : ACCOUNTING is: WANTED a,battle for an Increase in wages; and IS TOO MUCHLY MARRIED helm"der .Gross- and;, the Orinoco cWIfded 'Aa unu.ual'demonstratloa'oocerrae' I4on.J. a '

1 8 .OOO operative will come' tinder a In the English channel Wednesday , At !the state f Jr grounds ln. .Tamp special revN.dI V.Atate .

Vmn r J, scale 'Klvtngthem 10 per cea.t'more ,, '. \ night at, 9 --o'clock,, As, a': result, when at" the'conciuslon'"bf' 'an"address $ dopas$
by'.Nice President Fairvan :. to five d Tallahassee
Address the Court and Plead for' 12 steerage passenger and 'ullor'w. *
Alleged That He Promoted Town of than the present rate : thousand school cAHdrea, teachers,' held,ft con
Lsnlencyt. =-Case.Wa* Mad on,Advent ... killed eachvessel was seriously '
fcC; Csprg*; in Georgia, and Failed- Tbo granting,of the advance by the college student) and,, citizens. assembled ward and toe
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to Make Shewing" for" $33,000 manufacturer prevented'a strike. >the of. His party-Third on' damaged. an&the. two Reamers have lo;observance'of educational day, internal,Improv
of workmenhaving voted to stop work lti ojf, Progeny.At .: returned to.port; for, ;repairs. P .ldeDt' Brown !'of. the' Fair":Aosocla- having exhaustl
the Profit.
\ Inall; mill It the new schedule Y" : Tbo Kaiser Wllhelro der' OroaN-be- flon, 'said J- : '" I4a'T'gvergladeetit.'tedenl'
philander ;"ll. .Fitzgerald mllllloa- Hot accepted.' 'r 'Salt' .ak-; City; Utah,. Friday, longs'to the North >German' Lloyd "I know I express the senUmente'ofS ) go

M. ':.J. D. Borden; aa independent Joseph F. Smith'( ,.president'Olth. Mormon Steamship oompaay. .She car11"d U5firat'class S person present when I pray Colonel WriCkt
alit ..pension'attorney,.colonization,..organizer 'cotton manttracturfr.emptovlng.5.000' church appeared.In': the}, ,district', passengers; 8(9 In themccnd'eabin fort i God's, richest' blessings,upon our nary, tq tae ithud
publisher of the American'.' ''operative ti-ok the lead in meetingthe court" before, Judge Ritchie, ''pleaded and 697' iu the .\88r tge. She ...worthy vice president; and may we. ea,, 'He p

Tribune, an old soldier paper, and domandH of the will'hands by announcing guilty to'a charge 'othaKngtoo<< many : left Southampton'-and Cherbourg: Wednesday yotsee, j him ,president' i of the UmteJStateo 'fa
real estate dealer that the scale of in nd. fine of for Nsw York. The' Orinoco. .1 rat this accessible,'reotdlf '
,? was. ..atluaisnapolli wage :wives;j a $300 ;was Imposed. propose. ,\br84i"ch! \ t 'r
,_.Thursday. by the federal I his mill would 4>e raised 10 per ent. '1 b.e cbatso under which the Mormon which ,belongs to the British Royal ..nUm.nt."' whatever U
grand Jury- on the charge of tiling No demand bad been made upon the ,, prophet 'WIIII arrested and fined :Mall Steamship'company bad cleared -are.t'.tt.a.oe,' rose' and gave la able to wtpphy.
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the mail to defraud.'Two indictment, I proprietor< of Fall'.River Iron works was baaed on the recent birth of President from Southampton for West Indian cheer after .' ""r :of 'approval.. The Ills engineer*' will
Loth of the: tame general tenor were lull!*., and his action practically forced $ntlth', forty-third child,. born to port-and New York. The passengersof demon itratlcm was 'entirely_ unexpectedby : Everglades,'and irt
returned aca.ln.t"J\Im.: both In connection the other -mill manufacturer to hi* fifth wife. 'I the German vessel will be'. trans- Mr. Fairbanks,. who, 'was'evidently be made so thou
with 'a 'colonising' scheme' la grant the Increase.Tte" ". Etrllsr IT*.tho day 'counsel for Smith snipped and losve Fr..ee.tor New ,deeply Affected. Such demonstration Mv. that they'will''
'Georgia.; >> Fitzgerald went to the fedeml new'' loA> scale 'aRecta"' seventy '.eeure a' transfer'of the. case from : York Saturday, The ..Orlnooo',oP'" '' IS honor fof a republican leader'by a the mooted u

I building on heating of the indict- corporations operating! ; ninety-two ,the criminal, 1 dhI'lon'of that court, sengers will' be sent forward from 'I' crowd: representative' of a .00Idl,' democratic Mllty and cost rat i

,+ment and care bond in the' BUM of mill- besides the Iron works plant; where. Judge Armstrong presided, to Southampton .on November 28,. v _, state is regarded as,nnpreoeDented. region, as well as i
manufacturerm'associations rAfter Tbe shock 'of.I.be'. collision .was ,teriifio ., r' rural adaptability 1
'.,000 to appear In answer tu the The agree Judge Ritchie's divisions
t charges. .' meal to-pay. the Increase'la' for ,a pe- the non.. recess, when., the court and created a panic on boar4each Mr. ....d.Mra. Fairbanks left!Tamp* drained,. ,It,,l 1a .11
Fttxcerald began .hl$ career In 'in. .rled"'of six months, but provision Is )loom was practically deserted Smith ship. Order" however, was quietly for :Jacksonville,, where they spent aday require several1; -
" .. dlanapolls o* a pension attorney' coon I made for extending it.Between went before Judsu Ritchie offered bis restore, but DOt 'befo,.- 'a small :; 'en route Ho Washington. They -
-* :,ftcrthe ....ar. 'and has done an'onor. November, 1903! and July plea and the.Jlne was imposed/ boat Jpwered from the' Orinoco' had were accorded a cordial ''welcome 'by "State Be.rd'' if1Ileprsent&Uh
t moua business laying the foundation oft 1904.-the Fall River operative suffered The old man addressed the court:. He been'swamped by the effort of the fearpassengers' members' the board of trade and *

his immense fortune out of the $10 reduction aggregating; 22 1-1 ,slated that his last marriage was In ,.stricken* to crowd Into It. cltliens. 'They were the.guest of Senator ot,trade ,Of seveeal l.
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, spring part'of the cut fL' soon as the accident occurred and Mrs. Tsllaferro. Mrs.' Tails- Ida met 'In'oo.t.natweek .
I fee that received for obtaining per cent. Lust a 1*84. All bin marriages; he said were
pensions.' Soon after h9", began as. a. was ,restored ,;and In''TI.w of the continued erat.red'IDto with 'sanction of the a number of small boats from Cherbourg f erro- 'issued Invitations .to'' tbe,>leadIng and i c
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tension attorney, he. Inaugurated The prosperous'' business condition church and; as they believed with the put out to the ''ICeD..and succeeded iedles of, the city to met, Mr*. Uon .ot n state' board '

,American Tribune, a monthly .paper, the operative demanded a 'complete ,approval of the Jx>rd. According to lea In rescuing some" of'the Gallon Fairbanks and-a general reception meeting'was held in
t"s I, which be sent free to former ,BOldl.ra neaunipllon <.f. the 1903 -scale.if I faith and the law of the- church. they, and.jMssenyers who 'were strugglingIn Mr. Fairbanks took&: place In the board Tampa Board of:
and In which u& recorded the pension : U'considered: probable that other w"reetenial, ".In! duration. ,He contln- the waves t - of,,trade auditorium la the evening number of thq imporU
("" granted and :kept the veterans posted cotton mills'ultimatelywill be benefited I ued: :The NapOOalbl1lt'fol' the'accident at which Mr.. Fairbanks delivered an state werv'.ttnrepres; 3
':. en all !matters relating to pension and by the determined stand',taketi by "In the tacit general understanding bas not been fixed but 'It Is charged address. ,* being Introduced 'b, ,Senator attended went te'wov4'
"* the Fall .! 1IUlo I that the 'Kaiser Wllhelm der Orosse Talloferto. ' like 'way'to InavJacksonylllc r to
; ,laws: River ? that was had in 1890 and the years ,
subsequent vwhat did not respond to .signals from the ,, ,
hereto
Several years ago be advertised a I ) regarding
t ., colonization:. scheme open only to veterans RAWLING3:SHOWS DR AD1': 'were claimed as the old cases of polyg- English ship. A Peat Fuel Factory.A Ocala.; SL Petersburr i

of. the war of the, rebellion. He '-'I.' smy I have appreciated the map&nlm. 'corporation hal, recently been represented by, enttlcn
bad purchased a largo tract of land In Old Man' sayf''' Conference Knocked ity,of the American people In not enforcing "LIVES' AND VESSELS LOR:+.. formed by' ,,pro mot er* from St. Au- *. Ocala, had the
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the state of Texas and organized a Out His Last Ray of Hope.. a policy: that In their minds cnisttne and Jacksonville thej>rep- lionfrom'ontaldo jbfAH 'I'S
compauy In ,which he .asked the ex- As the day: for the execution of was unnecessarily.hareh, but which as- Twenty-Three. Sailors and' 11 Ship ration Of peat for fuel and other pun spoke of the
soldIer. to take stock. ,J. O;' Rawlligs at.Valdocta, aa.. app ilgned the.'settlement of this difficult. Record of Gale on Great Lak.srTbegale'of |M>SC*. -The company which willbe organization of, busln

The Texas project-did not pan 'out proaches.< the old man 'shows unnil-- problem to the'' onward progress .of. 1 Wednesday night- and known,, ni the ,Florida? peat Fuel' and temporary 'orirantxatlon' J
"I'It'\I.\ and be organized the 1904 Colony takable signs. of dread though he bas Ouie. 4 v Thursday on toe Great Lakes causeda Construction "company': has been or* with,,the,folloXIng' o/1 t
bill all alone beanxlou for 'Since' large,percentage ganUed under.; .;law*cf F.1orlda'a.n S. A RavU.rtttrtletc 'p
Company and advertised It In.. pa- profcsxed) ; 1800 avery_ heavy loss to''' vessel property and : -
l,er. He professed to have purchased that day to arrive.. The'announcement of the polygamous families,ha vp ceased . twenty-three lives., The barge Resolute ttart out" 'with .bright prospects for Of"' 'StA Peter
Q largo tract of ,land at a site which that his attorney would not make any. to exist until now the number within Sank off Toronto and ,sit men were .success. deulf"\Vi" 0. Bronrien i iretary.
he called St. George, Ga., and which further effort In'' blii '''behalf threw asmJCr' the jurisdiction of this court Is very drowned.. The barge Athens I* probably 'The main object of the company <*'
was to be laid, out la building and : ; ,oyer': his, hope, and Friday small, and marriages In violation of lost off Sandusky Ohio with eight 'will be'to bring-" peat Into the marketIn CbalrnianHawlsri|
residence lots and farms from 5 to, evening 'he sent >n urgent message the: law ,'have been and now' are pro men. All hope for the ,Athens how. competition with coal for fue| and niitteo on'permi.nent < ,.
.. 165 acre, .to ReV M. A., Morgan, local')tetho4. hibited. In ''view of this, situation.. ,''bos not been abandoned and 'manufacturing purposes.'The company misting of Mem. Croons
The payment of $10 entitled a person 1st minister; asking'' biro_:to come"to which baa fixed with certainty. ,a. ,t re-- tugs'are'. vLake> Erie.! ,for hers bas purchased: a large bog located on her -Tampa.a. .Ttira rand
to one share of stock or'a residence the jell Mr., Morgap responded very cult) that .cannot be easily''measured Following Is the'Itot of losses:, l'urllnctol'creck' 'upon'which' a.,,fad- ,Bartlett.trf $t.
tot; $20 gave him a business lot, promptly, supposing that ,, Rawllng\ tip, toe* ramify relations |n:: the: (old .Tbe Hurltmt' ,,stranded if j jfcn- Lake tory will be oonstructd.v-Tho'location, "
or two shares of stock;. JSO .would! .wanted some spiritual'advice' or comfort cateb'of that lime have been generally: ttrte; the C. B.* Hill beached on Lake I* ideal .fo..th.. purpose, being on 'di Jacksonville bad"the
entitle\ a person to.5 acre., and. so OD" "- left .undisturbed.! So far as 'my own Erie; the Athens missing' on' Lake I rect:water transpoitatlontoJackson-' week ,of beJng' the' m*
4 for as much as any cured ,to take: It ,'!'! 5ust want to JLell you" said: ,:BAwU'ingito'the case- Itr.ooncerned, ,I.'Jike-otherswho. Er19r *the puritan aground oa Lake .-Th.1J4IalI8Icl to contain ona the- eighth annual' con
j 1* charged that FlUgerald.dld'not.In-' -:minuter.when the,latte:. :bad. entered,"lnto,solemnelbows. "obligation Huron; ;, ,tb..Com.fOrt."un.Jli.: In St' ,tIC ,the,,'deepen and richest,peat. bogsIn Southern 'Slater ,Metnnmlmtonord
1 1.corporatoih.; coD\paDyHh;ii c be" cot In reacfieJ the cell: In which theloftnJteiaftedimaxL ; v, 1IOu& 1t, to: the best of my Claire river; 'the Conemaugbstranded the .--tats. 't 'of'Krarn' Aanteil

t --.bout $70.000 on hi* schema and_ ,spent : .wa*' confine. **that the lability.io ..coraplywlthall, jreuutre -oaLake-Erie j I- -tbe-PratL-damaged. . Big In asaldn three
about. $35,000 in platting the, town, 'way things are going now my. biped snouts pertaining lo the trying positionla storm LakeyEriei The Resolute .1Truflk Rlfler/Don/ Stripe. Included >add ,
building a'pOs'toflice end making other 'will bo upon the Lands of the SOuth' which we were placed have felt ,founderedx>ff.;TorontOlb.: Pere Mar . Harry-Hopkins,, a young white man by'Oovrni ,Browaiw, (
Improvements; that be has.not divided Georgia''conference which Is to meet secure In tbe protection; of that mainanlm *;-' 'quette., a 14, stranded. Lake.-Michigan who was sentenced at Augustine th*atatej'' by lion w. 8.11ot t
the surplus, as be' promised; that he 1\ere. It the preachers hadn't petitioned : <*sentiment ;which was extend' ;>tbe schooner Paige, ashore. Lake last spring, to five years IIi the penl- Jectcomvllle. beltal
did not appoint a board of governors.. the'covemor'to respite,Alf Moore I ed aa; an' olive; branch la 1890 andsubsequent' Michigan steamer Taylor" missing tentiary on,|being convicted ,of rob l.y President Charles;
, but did}' unlawfully and feloniously and me-so that both would be hanged ''. ,.eara"to' those old miner Lake Michigan.; ." bIDe the trunks of 'passenger*
!"'.' I ", convert all of said< profits to his own *oa'the name day after' the conference of plural family 'relationships. 'which . , ,, : : trusted,'to him,while;a* was ".awan ...... da s$
'It, '* f" the chance* are that the nicker would : ; ter-tfae FWrUa'aHet OlMt .*... toeaottie
,/ :fti.e.; ".: came within ,Its purview, us did mina PEONAGE TESTIMONY: CLOSED.. .
Rr c 1- The I alleged, plat of I.nd.oa'. which, hv >ialdom! "thlngoo. the gallows "When I acepted the manifesto Issued '_'_ )'i'; ) :, way', ha, sfaatb! MS. Mkkssi ,to ,"tW
:'': lfL\ ''St.:George Is situated Is on the Georgia - that'wouldhave'' saved me. A*' It Is, ,Jiy' President WlHord-;Woodruff., 'Argument.'Begun 'In'Peneacols'- In 'the 1 oee.III>- by the ....... Hop*.
z k Southern and:/Florida railway between the. members of tile'contere' oe; have' I .did not;undenktand that::' I!''would be appeaHdthe. ears> to ",(la*' time. .a.s t1/4 Otimio' lbldli la
l. Valdosta and Jacksonville, P7a.t . wlpod away !every "ray of nope I arpected'to'abandon and 'alscard>my" -l4 Gaee Against ;Lumber' Company.' ,I court of.the, .state, but the tower court last NovsKabsr. Taat i ily
Mr.. FlUgerakf charges the ,suit. are had." wives.. Knowing the sacred, covenants The taking of\\estlmoay the' United j ,'was-sustalned and be was turned 'over attended and was Oil
'the result 'spite work. and obligations' wblebxk hail assumedby ,Sates court,at PeDaacola Fla...Inlb. ;to ,the sheriff. to; "uffer,the i sentence. e Unf,_'for the subjects
e MERGER OP,:THREE.COMPANIES reason of these/marriages.;, I hav.conacl.ntloualyt .,famous ea.ae.f conspiracy to commit ':I (Us-people are prominent and resort- these cooyeittona.are of

AFTER HUNDRED YEARS. -, e4 to'' discharge the peonage. charged against- Manager* Led to every>lepl..mea.aure .to'T' Importance,to tb*,whoje
1 Effected 'bg.: Stockholder*) at. Meeting responvlbllltles'attending them without W: 8. Ilarlan and ot era of the .Jack him' from prison The.prisoner's peculations

: Body of Wilson; (ts Taken: Up and ReBuried ,* Held In Norfolk. Va., being offensive to any. one. 'I have son Lumber company, ceased Thursdy extended over a period of sev _The; latest .proposed' lavGainesville'

.' ;: at' Philadelphia.At The Norfolk and Southern Railway never flanntodlny: "family relations before afternoon, contusing more thana i era! months and are variously estimated la, W>-elect rt $,! Philadelphia< ,Thursday la the company: Is, to"be the title of_,the va the public nor.. bats ,I'< felt a week.j The testimony of Thursdaywas from $S. OO to''',( ,OOO. Many weal which'will operated overt
presence of a distinguished company : I'loUl..a.tera North Carolina and Vlrglnla plrlf of defiance against the law but, In 'rebuttal'and the'conrntne't! ''thy tourist "were among his ,vlctlm hat streets 'of tke Hy.Sledd. .
which Included a-member of President I railway lino ,with terminals In obi the} contrary; I have always desired brought out In..some of Its strongest' president the
.' Roosevelt's cabinet Justice of the SB-: 'Norfolk Va. This was decided FrI. lo ,be "a law-abiding citizen ,In considering -' witnesses, who, gave additional information R ar' Admiral 1 ''W.,''s! t; wiecblei+ ; l at-the head of the pro oe *t|

v: preme court of the UnltedStates, the 1 day,when. the stockholder of the Norfolk the trying.position .In which on >the 'lineof mistreatmentand 'of the bureau of'equipment of. the I and 'tlypenpeay; ,jhas
governor of Pensylvanla and other clt- and BogthernRaUroad company, .. ha..' been placed., I :trust tbat-ybur beating of foreigner, while the 'navy., visited penMcola thepast weekto for a. charier. TWssatder' ,

...... Irene, the body of James Wilson one the Virginia eo&at'RaIlroad company honor will exerolsesuch leniency, aD' defense aho.,made a strong showingIn make a personal inspection.of' the advisement by,a _

of the 'great figure in the American 'and the i John L. Roper Lumber, company 'your, sentence, as ,the, law -and' Justice "' 'rebuttal.. '. navy yard His'arrival at the yard waa city 'council'- .The.proposed.first N,
revolution which lay In a North Can. met' and effected the merger of will permit"' ;; announced by a salute of thirteen guns,, Inaugurate a HIM from 4

olin grave,for one hundred and ..eight' the three companies-; ? '_,Judge Ritchie Imposed the maximum TWO-CENT RATE DECLARED-VOID. which Is the customary rear admiral's to the university',and' as
.} \Drears, was plaadtby.thetldeofUsat; ". flue {but omitted ;the*.,Jail sentence' : , .. salute'and; .Wae the' nrtt Intimation after as arrangements'can 1
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of his wife In' the. burial &rOund of GUILTY IN PEONAGE CASE from ope day to sir maths,.'which be Court Hold It Is Contrary to the Feurvv :Pelieacollua.ba4"-of'tbe.-.r.1t, of the extend the'sy stem to the i

historic Christ (church.) -- -.- '" ')might Jutvo.. niitosed pndertheCJLsb, (centh ,Am.ndm.nt.i" ;, big natal chief] He reached U ..f** 1 Line depot, to Bast Gst
J .V.rdletj if ,Jury;af,; penaaceU, ''Xftsr -atatute1 2J j ''h 1 ; :,, ' (-ln' > the ,-Vlr inlk \s p"'mooort, of on., an;.. JlaIDrtI'r.: 4"'':..a'drovatractg : other sections of'the city
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I : *J PRESIDENT AVfBa', ORTOtRICO Deliberation.\ I ... ( . ...i appaia'atme1 Ionc.'Thursday. ge to the. ,Paa& ;>';;:wharf,' where 1 1ltet judgment 'of- the"conpiuir*:
Five .H "
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-. "' ;_ SCHOOLBOY SHOOTS :TE CHER8. Cardwell banded down a .decision< JW- bodrped ak'.flfBV tiirjor;lh.'yard I j t v
( The Jury., .at Pensacola.': FIa'In'thelmoles ---,.- firming griitJwat .uv- _. .hof JCommandant: >> The Pbrt'Myers'foard of pjJteade4ag
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Depart .frcrrUPoncel H LouisfaiU' }oS, J : bases o'clock. the decl.lon. of the.,state f r.;,, .... V
peonogdr ; at 11 C4t .
< Because t his teacher refused him per. TildknliL, ,kayuoaita seas
Hampton Roads. partition commission declaring;th> two. .
,to The navy department'''wastadvised' >ldajrj nlttht! jr'eturued'a vordlcti manager! of 'misslonto go hunting,.James-' Doughy cent passenger rr.te, act passed! -by. lie ;'....,..-. .. ;!,' -. -- v' 1 ferro,aad Mallory, Oon .

'?-, n t"' Thursday that the .battleship .Loulsi- 'guilty agatnat.'vVkSrMarian, erty ;Ji.. 16 yean old, shot abd seriously Virginia legislature! contrary $fop the Blackbtrn and Anderson vt T ipli:1: .amaf and Bparktnan .to takestheCAioosahtchee. ,

1 yo .. ana. with President'Roosevelt"aboardt'ce :. e$ jconvoyed,. battleships. Washington .. ..Jlllton'.Dd 8., F.Hugglns, who were lee; principal and .:Meade Snyder..hi* Lion of the, United States.: Th*; casa nfKrtit'tbpfe, miles of fine concrete side.walk bay,from Fort;-Myers,to
add ,Tennessee'* sailed from" charged :with,'conspiracy to commit. assistant, in a school at Pimxsutawney, was a test involving the retirement ion\the town of For .Myers,.are and view".th 'ehaan % ,v The

t Peace>1'OrW.i Rico sarlytlaVth.Cday son'hejyiry" .t..dber..4..nve' 'f< .;lPa, Professor Snyder'a: ; condition >sw that the railroads place on: aie Jivebuaarpj rrogresulrsr' nicely with tiework;' was''accepted vi by wMesars.
V for Hampton Road ; i hours- :;belt ' tuc41dlrnin; ( (t''ff '"',t'1t brthBOtiW J mlJ4' {lyo-ccnt rate?bobks;, 'Theco''ii' 'la':Credltlttithb"b utrataoMand and 1'aflaterrotadOovernor
{ .'.' ""gore reac-hinr. ;. verdict.. . ,. i_, ; . ; will ,a.'mpard. with any wflk laTampa' and".Government}' Surveyor ad,

-. I SECURITY. OWEN BANK.Chauncoy .PEARY .ARRIVES .AT 'SYDNCY.plsembark ; ; Jacksonville: whet completed. and Hsrbors,* Mrf Caldwell att#
g .' AWARD IS A MONTH.. OFF. .)WANT TO ISSUE MORTGAGE: < I 1 .... : it <, They', ,11Jt.for, tom. {rare., H.alKO' take 'the"'.trip.:, 'T

.'. O djju icatlewof Micnlalsis':);trjk;: ; .3 \ Ii 'MZcon, r ...\f1-; =\ .Qffci'i! 'o,;hleeveC; etis For *.from"') trie Weathr-laten{! . tulles, a,.llttla-;per'f 10000.( $ i of the Inspection la,to getprlatlon "
t. B16cthold.ra > pbli4 and;5a. Pa14u'r'' .. If .-- ,to deepen;lie harbor
Due"Before Lad of Decembsr.T;; .. vannah Called to Meet( In Macon.tockholdet .J iS V Utt.ring )rlotlt\'M.\ w t.po sevelta dl.(otns r4 4,9J eaion
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'It Is.,generally meededfj that 8tAujustliie Myer r.t the next,s ,
'if. A .J i.hccafding1 l tol" Vto procedure agreed ,.;.A\f.elal.ta.I''r': 'a Nie9tnt .of b.' U.\Graham. 'president :'Flying the gag of the United States! If/opening' A iyj tj tourist and to also straighten:tae,
upon >T the arbiter. between' the -* of the Macon Dublin *ndiyaniiab ,of,':itbei( eteflj flail; Company! ,wa*.4; t.yeete4 which_' had' been placed' ''nearer, the' reason "eofl
a" Southern rape, y .themachlnl.taj, ..s railway |lu> Msvcon1 onr"; Oev.otsmbet ., nturdayjDigbt.MJbJs residence, 'pole'fhaft UJ'itbet hdtiodM'btandard; than usu:d.! All :of the ,hotels thus ? 'M; .'T4tUr, express '
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ins ltop employ,)It* will'be more tb.D..J In Evanston 11L .'bench an".nth..beattll1..and'dlubl. 4. the. "
8eoretaryjO. ono.
." t was zaadejTIbursday} by warrant far have opened several weeks earlier vas killed ,in a rearendKdgewood
r e month before: the award can,' be Smlth'of the for Issued byr Judge Kersten; the'.eharge'tetachitwrldtg Peary' Arctic fUamer.Jloosevelt' : srriy.sd -.
C. miles
: company : thar.-h been the custom, and the four from
y ,, made." ': .-' the purposes"seouringbons6nt,oI4be';' .tll .UUoy,,">>'aper..1.n.; rat Srdney..,.C.;'.BV Friday,Pundcria1Vhd p is will soon follow Ii,; vllle, last Saturday afUrnoo*.
t P. :J. Conlon. representing >the machlDUtsV sUiafln''after"sixteen mouths ,, "
; owners to the, reatJODoi a mortgage"on acduaatlon.grows' out 'of'the Milwaukee Untie EottitiLdse'express;;
".* ; l' to file a statement'ofthe vain_effort'to'reaftr the 'pol. & t '
all the' "of the. : state bank failure. The Steel Ball
property conipa,y In their room In the Carnegle.,11- the, south wM.runnla In.twIn <
,; t\ cats; b}.December lit Copies'of.this. amountlag. tor,9L880,000. U{ concern'-owes' the 'belik approxtautely Peary1 went'' ashore almost. .immodl-i' brary bull l Cla Jacksonville. the'an- ,coming'around a ..sharpsooond ,
wilt go' to;'Judge Gray /Delaware,' ,One of the" chief purpose of'the f 270,000' S.d,...tptthfr.Otsilt1! gay* 'atelr after :the steamer "oame' 'to au-* anal meeting of the'Florida. Historical : section;crashed;, Into
$, the umpire, and A. P"Thom. general aid ='d'1.i e' nd-Joined Mr*. Pe wbo has"
company will be'to !get the hue under as' security considered' worthless.' ry. Society was held, at which meeting car of the lust secUoa,, kUlft '
rouifcel.i'forjthe }: ; one obligation of indebtedness Instead, | _- i "t' ,... "Ft. been! In Sydney' for. two:;weeksp waitIng'for -, former Governor Francis P. Flemingwas and severely'bralslnj.otber"train.
given )unNltDeeembey( ., her husband's, returnWt / !
has hen Tb03
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moor. STEELWORKERS 'GET NAISE. elected president fl i.'UM 'crew,,
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,,M make answer. ) ....0.-. .... ',_ ''J. ". ? ->sir' vo-'sa! -a:?<**<>.3? '

--1'until 'December' SI 'to' make-rejoinder. .... '.:. ....r.KIL1n1 .YJ4IGHWAVMEN. Common'Laborers, .of ;lOiant-Ce'rpera-i. t 1JCf.HTY? OF' trl .-EIGHT2 t Jack ).Weaker fad i yilhtr& Goodeoa, .Tae" $ryt f>r% the, famous
.. tlort' Have vVage*"Advanoe f.: ' Iwo'thit.<< 1nln.iimiv {ruWoijer'by'tbeGeorgia casei'at 1P'exaosaa'sstarned' 4 '

,} rti1 f.. 000. 0 0. "4 i1-J; O. rJ ah \\.up'1tafJ..fftf d f H wt Ano'J t .".". Jio 0' nLJI;, : .dr4cliajtn,; tioftfi, i' r1, Fob" ,R.pubtlesns,ptivea. la:Officialflrst ::\Mou port risen.cMc . ', .*Southern' '. 'and at ;Flo&daf ..;..t .M- t; Ygotttr* nphatr. a.aJKr .
right of: Jackson
Cirrj.raraesr tbtf, LumberIMnyt'
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dlwgaiaad.Farrnssiiaapuun.PJ of dJrec: rt tft e.jfjnUeftStates .Steel|,, :.(J'be' Cl>elaJ,..pen :rejx>rt on .lcht'tnjn.J ,
w. \ TAfAikansas-OttyK***..,early, x0alltllrtj knd"-..1a7lrautt' ''is C.Cb! ; Hilton and S. mBias. .
:" Duel and" Both Are Dead. ; Corporation; announced At; 'few\Yore 'membership of the N ofy reprev jfJ.at r \ ; ;
IcyapIEoQUStiolowhg'asmlnor) daT"m.onio&" ;;,two ,nkedme'alderupt' 111 Friday lti>*Hr# wakV''W-tBfl 'cofenion.. ,.sentaUves 'lor. the .txtl Sir,.. has ,''dead anb': ;O d ;-'*' bejuV>|. .$, 'who',, were lM sjSdrplraey
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,dUagreement between-'Joeeph;:: Ham-, to; bol4'.1i' the f. E.w. iriptiw/t. to commit pow ..
t z. ,' .J5teay and \ ecI,' '. nom ea,o d a s teas.: "' I [ '
n'1r ynosdiI dnIRiM'BoJIe.! .. P.\O tr.ck ha f/saa. d4lberate<4 tat liti I Idt M
i ;:.7...M. ObUcans are n+ .... I In eft'
.y ") d .111. at to former's. store,' both;of the 8.,+A.,:Mai pin,'an.actor,'so badly.U at, CIO ta'' a,]d.Y, beginning! May,'t', DezC;. a majority/ of'18-The.. rep Uou........ 'i'
1 I!principals were killed, and Hammond's be died In a few hours afterwards.,The-- The. wage of day a4 tum labor .....!. _
shot and slightly wounded. Iobbenmad'l'thelr'cape.; "1 ...
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AV1CT1J _Ia.K.. ......... .. freshest and purest of ..drugsat CLOTHING, SHOES and ;. ; I\
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'Narcoossee: Items., times. '\ ' : I
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.............,........."..:. u, llul son, ;Matter Jackson Brack, a Gradual in Pharmacy not merely to satisfy, but + l 1,1J'

spent last Thursday In town., ,. besides five years'actual ex- ) (, "
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November 3O, 1008. Mr. Carl EnnU_pent Thursday .In perience. to delight ,you with the and Is being offered atBARGAINIS : / I'I:':.''I.':V!,

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', town. Doesn't this '
- mean. .something ". :'
i I. l Owe talk of luaguratlngffreight Mr. J. O. TI lon I I.Very buy shipping ? quality of our groceries.We i "I .. '.

I cl service between. his orange, We sufficient help to. can give you the THAT DEFY '.. ::: .
t and south Florida points Mr. Klrby Smith is hauling his carry ;,!i;

? With my ;i rprlle would no doubt fathers oranges to Vareoossea now deliver your packages withina BEST OF 'EVERYTHING ., .""j'. .,"".\.."."i.,!I,
.....the handling of theSrom.mybo Orover- Tindall, Dan Smith, and few moments after the'pur- ''" "(,.
proacbinf c 'l
COMPETITION. ,
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chasel: This is not idle : ;:;
__ Itlsaoommon ,
,J freight.\ last Friday'In
,, Henry Evans spent .
in the .line "
;direction I I'wished hl tit; ', takes freight fifteen! Tampa taking In.the Fair.! boasting: but w6 want your of'ugh Grade ...... '. **c .*/i .. ., '' . ,', :.''.'
, to be 4 -'from Atlanta. to JacksonKeen business and we know we :
y ? Mr. Cornelias Stewart amostproml- Table Luxuries and' Provisions -
'" JUU.UB) .:Will'tny days for it to com nent young man, *\p nt Sunday _afternoon can please., :
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an hour mind bet tbd onvlll A to. any point south' here with friends. I .. of all kinds at 0. STANFORD: ;; ;1.:4:;;

4. 'it Is also a common Mrs. Ba&na'Tindall,1 t. visiting her ,
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Thb gatberl t wben a oar. 6f freight and mother here this week.: .'- prices that are ,sure to ."

waltu n f, and lip J local freight, be large or Emma'Thou spent Tuesday night Kissimmcc Drug (Co.KISSUUfEK. : .". command attention. OKIOiNATOH I> OF,LOW PRICES IN KISSIMMEE.[ . ')1'I:}I 1.\"$.;::1,;'I/

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Lakeland yards, "
'would not/1 Intothe' with Hortence UracV. FLA. '!': '
was the pill ,hlrty seven telegrams and Belle Evans Is out ''of school, \this I '1. "' (,:(,f)'!
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i wood lind It &IVWtetogettout.Plantlie .week. '. E. HOGAN V < .;" "

was Inlj ier., Miss Rosa"Raulerion was visiting. '----- ----- ---" ,. ''','
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friends here'Wednesday.
my eyes 'J Nonontble WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A S LUFC'AR LOAD 0 '\'.
Mention: received
1 'jpspd sir 4 ,, Dr. J. E. Ennls has Just a I '' 'I'., .
some Ilttlf ; three well-known men In new; carriage and u 111 soon be driving ',.
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'znnst'havs hit patients around from the Sanitariums '
who have recently impressed
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jpanlon in.n una wa w-iotlsm very "strongly upon Well "yesterday :,:,;:'
was Thanksgiving
an* and all who have taken aately WINCHESTERLoaded [ -' - - --
r ?, These and we all had a holiday, but are In '
*t in the Fair. men
i over Ills: sbs'.i" al Albert: Gllchrlst and Wll= school again today and will have ;: ;
.arm. '
speaking this afternoon.
Cord,, and ,
t-iElesli; bet, J cb, of Punta LIQUORS
ORANGE BLOSSOM: .
Osoeola
approach.{, / 'Van Dusor.' .. pf
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Has) Stood the Teat 28 YearsThe ;:
other. \V| .r.'three gentlemen put their
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old, original Grove's. .Tasteless :
4 proceeded j "p into their+ private purses Chill Ton lo. You know what you are Shells and ALL THE LEADING BRANDS OF ;,
for DeSoto .and Osceolafeoardod taking. It I. Iron and. quinine in a

y ] :creditable exhibits at the tasteless form. No cure no p... fiOo.. '.
abouldii ?
1 ".H aw well they have succeeded
;expltnat ut it''t.O'aU who have dewed the Theo. Hoffman, Julius Hyde, Practical Cartridges WHISKIESImported ', Y

'confess oft-b. main building. With I Painters' : _=.... .
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t tacfaed a aid the two counties would ,f f"I

rrbat w 7 have been altogether unn We are practical paint makers. acd are prepared to fill orders at prices that will be to your advantage to investigate -
t trlgue.? It Is to men of such energy We have made the L. k M. Paint by before ordering elsewhere. We can serve 'you betfer->than TampaOr
add tb Ullh patriotism that Florida machinery for the period of onethirdof Jacksonville. State you needs and we will give you the prices Good and Domestic. Wines, Ports, Sherries '
anrletwhlclt eady for Immediate future delivery. Try: usland' see for yourselves '
>k:"for muchof her future a century .
t Angelica. Clarets. Rhine Wines.
1 Sauternes
Tamp, Tribune. Our machinery' produces 10,000 gallons YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MISS SWOT.ASKING FOR. IT ,


la gole'gang ot the Postal Tele- less time, than 100 gallons can be '

ltw .. Co., consisting of Foreman, made by band mixing. W. B MAKINSON: COMPANY: and Scotch Whiskies. .

taken, 'and about twenty-Overmen ar- 'We use thousands of tons of pain) ,

c Kunlc i town last Friday and ,pitched material where a painter 'uses 100. 1 1THEFAMOUS ,
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'of' KISSIMMEE! FLORIDA'
Jack; \ ...t.lID the Maple, Grove, down pounds. ,. 1 I
Xlossllanci > lakeshore.: These. men 'have We glvs'your cu.tomer..he: best job '

peUa.DrlaD4cifor6"1'1 Inlthe world.wllhZa dS M. befcause( the f'.r-,.- .......- ....... -"-- _e ,
11 L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. AM, ..
i and have been e t.t.lD&'pol..both White Lead and mains L. &M. Paint C.A. CARSON,Pr..id..t.., j W. C. BRYMN;S.aretaq.t 1 !
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'' lad,south: of ,that city. 'They: like iron for ... -
and ( wear 14 to *
Bard klfow' working north from this place Actual cost I*.:& 'M. Paint about. T: :a: :E: f. 'r I Cream of Kentucky"

.notbt f tUl Counsel with the line of pole 1.20 per gallon. Carstalrs Rye

done I I8b they.left i off between Orlandojfnlmmee Sold byW', B. MAIaNSO!" Co.', *Klsslmmee 'Co.: ft. '
Fla., . Waters & Carson Grocery Echo Spring Rye . .
I ,after which the wire I .': .. ".. ., .
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and,hij tye1N qD.. along and, eoi plate. To Cure a Cold l I. Owe Day ': ;.1',"" ).,; ;',"'J"iU "'\" Lebanon Club Bourbon .

1 shni) .*' i only a matter:e* Take Laxative Bromo .' 'V +- W..I. aad5.1.1D.dersIN \
bat < 'It..Je n. Quinine Tab :: ,...: Wilkes County Corny ::, I"
when MM oMo will be sad if It falls :, GROOERIES.: BUD WEISEfl', Old !< '
to
:and.J Klssttpmee will have tele: cure Eo W. Grove's signature. Harvest Corn s l!
and II .,Is each bo 'j .
on /* 25c., tf 'I ., .. .
_lie. communication! north by both-- : ....,. "1 ,.., ..; :.
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1', I fHOUSE,! i _: L ___ COUNTY AGENTS! FOB _ _ _.;. .. CHASE'S BARLEY 9
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T u /A'i; ' North' Klsslmmee, two SKATING: ir A v t I Celebrated. Fertilizers I I .CRATES THE KING... OF Distilled especially' for

pr'g ry seven room bouse consisting off GRAIN,1- J /E/T_, CvCircular medicinal use. Ij
t ,n o -\ bed ::I'OOID'.' one 'sitting room, .Montfays.iWcdnesdays.ii( .. Prices''" 'BOTTLED :
t ling':rooml'&DcI' kitchen, with doubleDt..y.ru'da : . 41 _. _. eo .F.r.....4. AIItl. ,
y' wo with two bed rooms on i $
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floor,fully equipped '''with .electL' .

.C we light*.throughout.1 including versawn ..Afternoon'.,Ui.-.>...3 to 8, CANADA.. MALT
de . and Evening; ;:..-...';";7:...7i30to 10 :BID\ B S FURS' "WOOL'Ooxza.tX3r '
shaded with'oaks seven .Mornlnrs. ;. and other brands or ,
:' -Saturday | i..9 to 12 t
_. urge cabbage palms of natural i $$1.65' PER DOZEN
'. growth, flowing artesian'well.. Three Whiskey] too numerous '
J s of grove all under ode fence. NEXT ATTRACTION.: : : > JProcffULoe: ... Speolaity.vi.v : > .
>grove consist.* of ,three, hundred ." f : i ..- to mention.

w a ded, orang-and grapefruit tree, + .. """,, J .
old, bearing, nice
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d.........y thtng iaKrn eias.reyatr : : mm1Tirnmcn1Tmnmm1UUUmsnTmnimmTTtntnrtffT1rrE ' " I .V
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s home situated at the head ofTohopekallga Whiskey Bellied in Bond '.
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.,.." ,"1.' Dress, Making Ptvters.. S _, .;;;;;e "- LOWEST PRICES 'BY' THE GALLON: ; 4
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J' Foe the oonvenlenoe of .the ladle 01.lt1aallllmel ., I!' CUTTING AND FITTINO. BY AN ::3 :R- ,from X2.00 '''Up

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'.{.aklDjf parlor.in If .EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER'. CORD: Sxom qJ: .oo up
associated J' M OARDNER
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r r !With me Miss Wommaker'of Atlanta, Pr opri I.tor.... B, : -. =; = OH2ST: ::: jCrozaa. $2.OO up '
iwbo will take pleasure In showing the '. .' \ '
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C.,A. CARSON JOHN; N. LEB. N. B. CAVSON, }'
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few'single'comb e..e.tl. crduAuaoJlhe-an---_ ;
t I have a White best the market affords Preideat. .IcrPr ".." Ce.bi.r. ,-
,lsgborn Cockerel* >for sale, at S1.60 y r AAA:1" '
also some pullet and year old and rooms are wen fur, I Bank of'Klssiniitiee" NORTH. ;'KisSIMM. ; .
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laying or ready to lay, at 91.00 : ,. iCe '

,,' O.F. KBTHBS.'It nishod and cleanly. ', .Fin." t
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,y; Karopoasee ...t-_, . i W- GRIFFIN {f'f't '

Be Ckarrtabiev; PAID UP CAPITAL.S :...>,,.'.........>.,.....-.'( 1 BO 000'OO' ; ?
TOCKBOLD8B t1A.Il flY.ttw.a.,4' '*O OOO Oe '
11 self. RATES;,:.RaSONABLE.1TTT
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Yon *- *roni :rosin: ''of ,., DEPOSITORS' SRCURITY_ *" *.;.. .i :: .'.+'('' 100 000_ QO '
fMy l Os.our borMKlieed not suffer, r: ., ? .
., Try a boMKof/ Balfird'irSBOW Unlit . -. ,. Prompt .. '.Ca'.f.l Attesrtlosi' give'te all sstt.rs etrmated .: Jincy Family Groceries\ -: FrOSh.eats.. '

,'cures alt."pains. Jr Ut . bee Block,Frolir Befit"'ioo.. to ..< EJtc1l.....* good at all poiata ait okeepeat .,.. "
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)"o1iy"Line.. j.s_. the Largest, Best and: :; Prettiest ever' ,in. .' Kissimia.and ', : '.,"' ,

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''R'M' ROOKERS, ALL KINDS;; BOOK CASES SIDE BOARDS,,, :
}I" ,We have a' complete line of Dolls, Doll carraeeelj.lt!
CHINA -cL SETS. DINING OHAIRS OAK SUJTES} IRON
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FTJIXi ,,,, ,Matting. Don t (*il to lee our line ot-F.ncySilo '
'0 AT J ver Pieces,, ,Vases,. Cups and Slavers,
Cake Plate,B rry. and, Water Set, Salad '
'LINE NewYork Dishes Etc. They are beautl**. ''
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'r : ,The City Bakery is agent for the ,'Remember I am closing out my stockof fife Princess of Paris at'tthe
willow chairs back KaU' .
.44 KIsslDimee Great bargain in atThompson's. New shapes in combs at '
The Valleu GazetteTKLBPHONKNO.11. ., White Star Lanndry--the best, la the dry good at actual W.cost, House next: Tuesday even log.Mr' :; .
State. u. SMITH
Everything t t11 tet.I* school" boy or - '>

':; Ladles watch, 15 Jewel Elgin move girl need at Maklnson's,,, Mr. C. G. Hesse., the hustling-piano 'Col. P. A., Vans Agnew bas been : ft 8.;Bender U preps
, ltJl.1D-: meat Free! ask Dana about It.. : build a neat six room,cottage. x
';;1 PUBLISHED EVERY Hon. A. Donegan spent Tuesday. man, spent a day ot.ItO. In. town this spending the week in Jacksonville lot In .West Klsslmmee "
, BY I R. H.Seymour has disposed of his I in Sanford on a business mission. week on business. attending a bearing of the vase of theSouthernStates .
W. B. MAFtrltJ3.Official . Land nd Timber Dr. N. tt. ..Hunter, of FortM_
Interest in the Zapf Lumber -Co., at : Coi
'l'\ and Our fall stock now arriving,' 'yourinspection Now 1 I. the time to save, money by vs. N*. B.' Browardas Governor et al. spent a few days. bare' gn......t
a very advantageous figure, wll} KaU's. ,
invited. and
' Weather ReportTMrasATvaa .. .. invest in Miami I propel1.-Nlaml Re- ? notions your at cost dry from goods W, H., shoe SMITH. In which W 1 a'' one' of the leadingcounsel many old freed) this weekvDon't M \. ti J:

avsi..I ..-Nor.t9ad.ltoe.WBB* BBMTBOUDAVCTUIIII I cord. )leB.r,. J. T.and R. H, Seymour for the oomplalnantal!, fall to .a...he'Jp' ::_....

have been) p from MI..ml.t.bI" week_ t Mr*. 11'.I returned, to her home In Paris at the Opera House",next r '
adn' Have you seen the1 Roosevelt tabletsat visiting their'parent. Orlando yesterday afternoon after _a. Win'ter'plseapplee'being naturally ;
.. day erentng. Reserved seats, 'M
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L11rtda7 Maklnson's. F.Parker' sour, this la to advise parties who buy ..
- -, For the best bargain in au orangegrove visit to the family :Jot ;Judge .O.; them that if they will take the troubleto Kisslmmee Drug Co. '" "

.... &tI Mrs. B. F. tfassey and daugh ter. in () Qeo1. county apply to grind them up on t.belrMl1'loder J.'P. .1' r ,t
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latar< .r.n.N....... ... IIQ' ar Isabel l. of Fort Mill S. C., and Mrs. if T. M; .M0BPHKY.Messrs. : hey can be sweetened and made 'Justas Capt. Sharp and,Natesucceeded
h I .a.d.'..:.....;.. eo Ninety five cases of bur fall stock of delicious as the summer pinee. In 'bagghgflvn I, &..''
t Ifoad. .... ... ... 63 Frost of Jacksonville] visited the FraDk and & ,,.0. Vans Shoes have'arrived and are ready tOi1D.pect.lon. E. B. GILLETTE: ,, turkeys the vicinity of Lake
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w.d. ::..... pss H famll7-of Mr.J. W. Miller, few days' Agnew left Wednesday morning for.''a .' STAimnux ; for Shaker Colony; neha last Wednesday afteraoeei,
..... . 61 last week.All it / ... ,
,,,,1n..ncky. tt Fort
; brief business trip to Myers. Graves
The service, both freight and passenger Mr. J, R. Sr. hat purchased I Ithe tvMrs. J. L; Uvpr.treet' Is..reost'

w. u VAN toroR, P.M.tt kind. of pictures. framed .to .order , if you have any v laundry- to send now being given by the Atlantic Hlnton residence from ;Mr.: W. H. : new winter bate at her Mlllioavy s

t. TOur at Thompson's. away and want "done no"'in.good Coast Line to ,Its, South Florida Smith. He expects: to.build, ,'an ad. every'eek. Laules, don t fall to

'.\ rates, for insertion l of advertisements Mr. G..F.1 Kribbs, of .Narcoossee; shape, phone the City Bakery patrons Is about the limit.Mrs. dltion to the house and will' open "sv them.. .,t NTb.

among the reading-.matter on spent! Monday. In tewn on business..: . Ed. Doneran who is ,employed in W/B.' Johnston and ')Ira.- ,..;J. Srst class boarding house there. Mr, .Prluoeis of Parts ,will'b*" r

k this page is ten cents per line each Insertion. Mr.,Kribbs reports everybody on thebustls the Seaboard shops, at. Waldo, ,has Rbbersoo-'wenf : DeLaad Graves"has bad along' xperienc In .seated.. the Opera House ness-\,
.?i Z. over to this llae"of business, and baa.c host
at Narcoossee getting off their: been.ln town this week on a visit'to withMn"Co:5Ue.sd day evening by Miss Bess. Mayo

orange crops.--*-'.". *< ... n , his brothertsndaheersr----..... --- - yesterday t.o.spend- .- few",.days- .of friends who will.-always...... trOnbe her company:pf'arthtsThis la* t
I ; OOttt1t10tt0000 ;::: ; : hUn In preferaceQ other .eating to be fine'"show and
Large' stock of all the- i Isles millinery any ; a very. pill
at Mrs. J. L. Overstreet's. Get ready for next. Mond""r Call Get your school supplies at the KIs. house. ID town \ < less &U.rao'I.. audience "
. THE: LOCALflfLD. and see our school supplies. W.,, B.. slmmee Drug Co.) Full line of ,,,bJeU .I ..' .

Mr. J, Stratton.shipped two., carloads ,..Maklnson,Co.Attention ,' slates,'f pencils, pens. "etc.. '. with LOST name-A of tan J.colored H.. Prevatt pocket on book outside 'Mr',and ,N... : W W.., ;,,Crbea, .

ooooooooo* of b>ef,.aule. to Tampa Sunday: I Is called. to 'the -advertise Mr.and Mrs. '& L,' Burnbam, of .1 obtoanIDIl'! gold snake ring1'' with Lincoln Nebraska) 'arrived .in Ki .

I Mr. Stratton went down himself, to meat ID this Issne. of Ennls Bros. 'PrlaDd ,'.re spending few weeks at set. two children's picture on buttons mee Wednesday, :sight, They

. ,' Wade'the, Tuner, Orlando.. ''tf: deliver the cattle and.pent.. a day or Narcoossee, who recently opened] their beautiful Nircoossee place. andvaluable paper, .. Reward, 'If wad .*....**.,. VIUNd'ewllk
so taking In the fair. '; that returned to Mr.. J, H. Prevatt.
' I \ r : general merchandise store at .
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("tt Danns. ., ,.. . ". Ii ? where they have at splendid orange. i JsWOmirt, .MHL .... Ui.
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'1' Nobby line of neckwear at I Ii J.. t I'" :'.,'l: "' .* 'i, ': : .
d A.Newlloeofmouldinge Fresh stock&: garden'and flower seeds plaps. V ,; i ,'.':, ; ,. 'f .. I'l'Oye.""" .*, , >i" A'v" ,.?!I, . /Mrs:B. F: Hall, who ,up fMBAlve .,.... ... .....'"'" ........

i. . stFourt.ln's.W61te . : 'at the Klsslmmee Drug Co. '\':\ "< ",. MrsJ.L.OveNreel's'line.: ; ., of Millinery K..t.ab .**a'" "-sblendid- ,"assortment/ Vi-''o lastweek to vlslt relatives hew,' i.,Mr Ira ":.Viiasrss'I.Jr, has '
-Goods 1'complete .and her happened to a' painful ..acoidept \ ,
Stir t..uodryrrY BAKERY.All Mayor John.Sewell Is taking in the prloo are rll'ht.N.w goods .every. birthday and Wedding presents, se while aifghtlnRyfrom-very .train,., 'and to the 'land of flowers< from M*\,1n ..... .,
his line
kinds ot, picture, moulding. at state fair at Tampa this week. While week. before'buying. has been confined to her' bed' ever ( 'Pennsylvania to'Iry'Florlda'i'. ,!

Thompson'sA : over on that. side of the. state" he will' Mr. Evans .' prominent merchant ,Mr. .Bud Snyder, of Ashyllle N.C. since. After 'the train bad' stopped oranges; sunshine,'watermdo.io;land-' ",

II Park House next week Wade make a'visit to.his -old town Kis from near'Atlanta, Ga.,' stopped, over arrived here Monday night on a visit Mr. Ball'''started' to get off when It spurs,pto.;for a"." year' :or so as hi'*
slmmee.- Miami Record. tools ''brother Rodney Snyder,' !and .Upol,'. fart on.HUllard's Iland..;'>. ,
the 'tuner. hereon bis way to Tampa to attend puddenly7ste.rtedagaID, throwlnj'her . -. .. __ _''
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Novt,22nd to Another lot ot .Peter'' ''Pan collars.,, the falr;. and visited bps\ ,'brother-in will probably spend tbe. winter. against, the platform railing'and Mrs. J. IX'Overstreet is';oonstsntlr

Mr Born and, Mrs on .E.Thursday D. Wbaley, .'son.Another ties and purse at Kats's. laws.. Mc.'A. H. Speir., '*- ''Don't forget when.1 purchasing dry injuring her hip.: She' 'ii ,Ibelng 'attended ' her receiving tlllnerystore.-'Don't new hat for 'the 'ladle ia'..,, ...

M.., Daniel McPhaul, of Sparks, 'My purchases: in dry goods, clothingand goods and shoes that you'can get themat by Dr M. J. al ka., them before. purchasing. falltOusee*c11n v .
''-R U A" cadet hosiery actual cost at.W H. SMITH'S. ,
lot of
Damns.J . a,,., .topped over here a day or so notions for the fall exceed In '. In order to. close out m'y stock,. ,1 Tbank.nivingDsywai '
,Just received last week and visited his cousin i. J. volume any ever made for this 'trade. Mrs. II. C. Stanford entertafoed'the' am now offering 'my stack of dry observed appropriately :

Rooms .to l'tent.-Appl to 'Mr.. McPhatter. Mr. McPhaul was on 'his They,.are.arriving dally.: Ka"" ''., society young folks'of KIssimmee last. goods, shoes and notion at actual I .InKlsstomee. All pI.. ,
) cost. W. H. SMITH.Mrf ; of business were closed f or,.,a>.p ...I
'n.N. Batton, North' Kisslmmee. way toTampa. to attend !the fair. :Hon. J. W. Watson' returned fromTampa' Friday evening In honor,0' Miss ,Albert '
of the day, and .om* of them i all ..
'Wednesday'morning and ;of Miami who Is spending Tbocaai-Bc. Smith "an, expertstenographer .
Slate., pencils, pens, Ink tablets Fall goodsOur line ,Just arriving.Kati's. ; ninton : Numerous hunting parties spent'', ,
etc. for school use. atMaklnson's.. stayed over'her till thetidnighttrain some time, visiting friends' here.PppulaV : ,,, :of Philadelphia, Is day In the wood Jto quest of .'. !'
: cltt- when he left for a business trip to games were played by the spending a couple of montns at -Buonymed ,
Cap'B.. M. 81ms, a prominent! Little. Miss Pearoe entertained sine-; 'quail, some'of' them \\-ufD '
Lucy and: delightful' 're Mr.,C. ,W. Ward la
Washington, D. C.,before ;returningto assembled guests, : assisting '
Len of Ocoee was In town. ,Tuesday.See'window a large number of her playmates and c. with well filled b c..' t.JD.Cbe' *venl
, hi. home. in Miami. i freshment were served by &beho'...... getting some' bu1nes matters': In
.,- union- Thanks lvlag services';;: .
'' display of Japanese friends at the home grandfather Mr. Smith 1.ID&b.'Oy.rDmeD"empl01. "
The evening was Toted a most enjoyable shape '
band drawn work at Danns. Dr. M. .1. Hicks last Saturday afternoon Briny a nlckle and get a comic supplement held at,the Baptist church. ,,
tablet with sketches for'palnt- one by all who attended.' being stationed at the Camp
to Mr in honor bf her .sixth birthday.Family Ing. in and Phone"your.want*, 'we '0' ibiDing. . ,
Born on Friday Nov, 23rd, W.'B.. Makinson Co. 'Try the new barber shop. /Everything Ship yards Philadelphia, gota .
\ 'sn4Mrs1iaryBauknlghtadsughter! ; horse'for. sale at a bargain. Mrs: O., C. Peeler ret.uI'D.cf, borne new and up-to-date. 'Sharp leave of absence 'for",the'.especial
by L. P. HuKhey. It first-class ot here to assist his KMHaasxmpmvaCOMPAITT .
Tuesday'night WinstonSalem, razors, clean towelst ser purpose coming
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each 60o cashpurahase
ticketwith '
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or paid on account at Danns.; WANTED=A good paperhanger' to N. C. whore; she spent the spring and vice. \ friend Mr, Ward., lit.Smith, was C... W. B.],M. day will- ha '
Orlando paper eight .'at house Broadway summer with her son, Mr Will Jonn '. )In. C. 8. Haney, State .Agent for here with Mr. Ward three "years ago,, at the'Chrlstlan"chnreh' Sunday :
Barnek came ,down frOm the Children's Home 8001,1.1t.ec1
Bate and Prosily avenue Kisslmmee Fla. The l.ter'i. to arriveIn and will) be remembered by a number. amber :
hers with bl.mot.ber. son. expected 2d, R.' A. ..NICHOL'S ; | : :
and Sunday tn the of
spent city Wednesday Interest
- Deo. 3d. Apply.. bouse. a few weeks to spend the' winter our short andfacUb".be of our cltlsens.ConW .< peak both morning. ao the work. During the stay
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'. It HAKKY W. THURMAN. here with his mother. and Inspect our 'fall 'goods T. E. Arnold of ',DeLand, will '
West Havana the best work is Comparatively before buying else where. .
>X Smoke Key ;
.\ 60 .Cigar on the market. Go to.the Waters it Carson. ,Grocery. See'Mrs. ,. L. Overstreet's line of unknown In our city' she .received buta CASH BARGAIN STOKK: present aael.ldlaat.be.1eeaj the'J
Co. for .our.-d oats. New Millinery before purchasing jour services as usual school : ::
donation from > '
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,Born ,on to winter bat. fett'a. m.Christian. Endeavor.at .
IOD.'Plan', ,_,Mnti.li.FHa11. ofAI .,.oamedo.DOD In another' column we. give ah last'week Mr. .1. R.!Gilbert Jnt. picked :
; Hn.:1.: A. Anderson a I p. n, A eordla! Invitation I. : :....
Hoo. Jame R Gilbert SI' Treasurer
Superintendent ;
article from the State
", the Nlanza Monday morning, up on the street a lady'' ,handbag '
City Courier.. leaving on the 2i6 train ,for.. Klsslm- of Osoeola county. Is In the oltv Mss. Beaten, of Jacksonville., ,i which he examined: on his.return borne ,ed to the public. <:i. : : ; ',
II"" M. A. OoaaAeboM Minister
;' .r. Fine .watch given away, ask DanaV'aboutlt. mee,''where She will visit with relatives from KIssimmee,a guest of his half:; ;Losi Little girl's' Pin crescent: and found among'' its contents one i '
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:..: :. ., *( and' friends for a .few days.-Fort, brother. ,G.n Robert'\W. Darls.; In haped>, with Fleur-de-lis of pearls.Reward i hundred and forty-eight dollars' > and Nice line of.picture moulding'',_ ;

r V v The Hlnton place. belonging- to Mr.'jW. Myers Press. Hyde Park:, Mr. Gilbert is 70' years if left at this office. I sixty-eight. cents In U.- S. currency. r.t.s.1u.fo) arrived,., ;J' ?W"ThoID ,

of age and one of the few men holding ': I The bag also contained a railroad Mr. John Sewell, formerly" ;aVrIdent
S."flmlt.b; was sold through ,th I Fresh Oysters served in all style 'Street Commissioner': Bennett has. ; :

&; : \ ,Hl.TflleB agency to Mr J. R. Graves,, and stall hours.by G..A;Cilbert., office in Florida who.was placed;there hem bad the city,work gang busy the past pass'and some receipts which"' identified \ years of Kisslmmee one of the, leading but for'Spirit the p.en ,; '
wiihoutJsolleUatlon.
Yesterday it the of Mrs, G. W.
c. as property .
'S ., Hon. J. W. Watson arrived froMiami visited tbe Hippodrome and expressedgreet two week&.ooDnect.ID the clay 'rodaround the upbuilding of Miami of which
: Lucerne; with the"'Pine Dudley,- of Lakeland. H* went down Is now which la-beyond
M. Tit. Lake m.21i.Da :
Dwellings for rent. apply. to Sunday; night and spent .Monday surprise at the enormousneSs of .
Leh : old'frleQd... Castle road southof the city. Theroad to that place on Sunday afternoon last doubt; the oeftvtown! of its sixe la" ,
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greeting tbe Exposition.f-Tampa .Tribune., United State*, cam from .: '
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IS onlyan
W* regret to learn that Mr. E.. '''O'i' On -Monday afternoon In'' company Is now completed. not I where he bad beeattending the !
;) : full line of all the brandsof whose feelings, upon the recovery
A: leading tb
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Improvement and ,; "
-; Morgan has been suffering severely with Supt. W. Jt Sears, be went down I < spent Sunday .Monday;
whiskies, wines and beer at the of her be
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property may"
tb Mr,8ewell has 1
but 1 convenience. to 'not only' *
Creek will visit the State Fair: city great -
Cow to Tampa to
hi. home at I ,
lately at White Rose Saloon I, B,Nettle* & :
.f: r . T' farmer who enter the city from that easily'Imagined than described. financially alnce his removal to
heart 41....... ".0.,' Orlando,Fla. tf bat has held poelt.loD.oftr1Ul&.
Arrived yesterday nice line of Peter ; Industrious; many ;
direction; This 1* one of the connecting Wanted.- A good b girl
:. ,FIDe line of"watches. at the Klsslnvsne Pan Collars.. Ties- A Plaid Belts 'alKati's. s. Ahorse,driven by'Mr:> S'.1.. Smith.onrof link of the new cIa road being for cook and house;work, ..180., man tb the*town foremost and county men In.,'.that and section Is now of .
useful .
, make himself'generally
5 l'S" Drug.Co.; ,., the proprietors of the' Right ol constructed from Orlando to Kiss. 1mEnee.rOrlando to about the house and grounded. Man 13ta1e., tar/

\": Oventreet Bros and 'J.... 'O'Berr Mr. E. 8.''Bender bas purchased the Way stables' last.Tnesday\ ,onlower Reporter Star, and' wife preferred, Apply> ,,'.my 'New barber' bop/atsPatrlckia.: .'old' "

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.-NsrsnjstarIn ,. In North Klsilmmnn. It I* ,just acres I ian away 'throwing"Mr.. Smith from tfmdredJWbn l Reward.Ona HAMY W, THTJSMAJ e *.' wills all thalates f..., k .
vietnity.ptprerent; the street front Mr. Bend...'. Fame-. the buggy and,breaking his ankle, and barbertag. 'ixynlt" !; ,,;'e.., _' ?
Miami Record., ..:. .;C"AItrY.Pbaf1:.; ;;,., .... xoa.., .. .....,.. ...
,. worth grove, and the'two: together will I completely' d llahlnc"tobw.> ;.eblcle. !Hundred 'Dollars i Rewardforevidence ff" , "' . "I. -r :' , r ; l'.r".. _

Si: DO; Aulwnan.left yesterday. on -iLbulsness give. him about fkree",.bundretf: -trees;, Mr; Smith; was taken to Roperson's anfficent to cause -.be..rree& [Go1c1eD'-Blanching Celery' plant. .o..i. '. ,......MM"; .y11 1i1t1 3Y . '
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'1.- trip to the west 'coast. Hi.I practically? In one grove ,,H* *poets i niarmacy1"where the fractured member and eoovictlonofany person or fesMss personsflrlngwood to.. .a]*-. 2.oq! per: :HeO. 4 l...;.*. ,' ,lfeat-! ; 11rt'.

',iwill visit Kisslmmee and also take Ii a to have a new fence built'around" theRe was attended'to by.DrW;> :L7'WtonV; onset .part*of or what oosauaogajay is Known .M/t m toe for sArtng,",.will ...... 4 Isaiasabi m'Y Mr, "Ni

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Vomaa htd: slipped' to the floor: In a Not What He' 'Expected.. .

i' I'":'AOWTS.j dead faint and Mrs. 'Tompkins,;v.honot "rhe visitor from Mara, who nar-
,- liking the looks of the man, as
peued> to land In the heart 6t a great,
r y she"explained later-had been listen.Ing city found himself !In a scene of ter.rlfylng .

AND CURE., ,behind the shabby>> portiere', was noise and conhiaion.

.beside her la a socpnd. Pedestrians were hurrying for th'eUlive
I "I'll wa't'-till . 'com.a" to.: Jt.'.
the month of tem- rh to from ,
o falling *, escape being run over
all the temperat. region very Important; all to h.r'01l'n In-; '
fyS.U1 by street cars, automobiles and great
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has passed and th* tint ;G lM1Y. nrmur t.t.lt.aald .he: Visitor. In a'mU.el' ,
hav appeered. ,. A. the ,4".I tone. truck wagons Elevate, trains were '
A' VIA "' 1 nation I Ie located i ini .. 1 1"Iton't ( thundering overhead. Small boys In
the effect of chang W "It's not so Important none much: :
i i a high state of excitement were run
ing seasons is. a be Ilk* any Thanksglv- Tompklns.: lingered .hlie.her..lodger to anyone's Interestbut It can wait
IIJMcm of the : Inc I ever knew: but. matter what;' ning hither and thither currying bu 1"1
question ; no mad*:a light and tidied her slightly till after ''Thanksgiving/; ; said
.Itself highest impor-i. I will be thankful;/ J'' wlllir mur- disordered hair before tb :glass.. coldly "Here, Norah" to the good- dies of paper.. that looked aa If theywere ,,
Tea. tance. When .the,: mured Sarah Brooks, trying vainly the printed, with blood Instead of
i weather begin : But little spinster hazarded no looking1 maid who had appears In
7 j to chance from 1 to check: her tears: and,cowering close conjectures to her caller, though) the; hallway, '"hejp, me : get Miss Ink.. and. yelling at the'. stop oft,' their

warm to cold to the little register' for warmth. It! her heart bounded. Was It a caaa of Brooks to her room" She watchedthedlsComfltod I'' voices, ; '
_- at* succeed bot nights when 1 emitted tepid but modifying "tJ.tryl! Double murder on de nort'5!
air. slightly telepathy Ti Her ,
s follow hot sultry dream had 4ag! so stranger, till he had
day*,
must adjust itself to this tho chill' pf the small back be.l-! vivid aftd ao comforting', she tcoul4 gathered np Ills' pen and'.papers and 1 side! ,Big .t.allD. de-county bull din'I "1Tur'ble

itaon or perish..uration room whica the little spinster had not. escape the'couvlctlod that some reluctantly departed saying that he 'I e it railroad accident! Many i live.. ,

incident to warm .at a very low figure became the Jept of her bard-earned would to ,loot! All 'bout da strike! Bloody
..been. cb.cked.TheU money so recklessly call Inquire for. Miss Brooks.
delauns
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I 'system' poisonous material. 'It In order' herself and used a,, oil cast upon the. water In bygone la the morning., c riot. '

With myjjproachlng (kweil- heretofore, found escape. Ump 1 Instead of,ga... days was coming back.by hand. I. e. ,.' "Move..along: there, dang yes1growled '

'- i penpiriteaeoutmaterlale . ;She Dad not made a light yet., 'Instead of by letter, ..c a nothing but starvation." whJ A etajwart policeman, grabblng -*

tom ray I the syitmn by the checked re-*. Even kerosene cost money and the But the man who rose as'she entered pored Mrs. Tompkins to Norah on the him by the Collar and giving him

'direction' >d their way out of the. body perm : moon' gave light enough to fret by. the dlmly'llghtedldingy, parlor landing a, few minutes later. "I'll t 'a ehove. "Ye'r w obsthructtn' the .aide:

wished tor 1 1'musings.1 1 through the. kidney. Thutb Nearly three month had passed was an utter stranger; tall, dark sit with her till she takes this bowlof walk!" ;

.' kidney' extra labor since she had lost tier: place In Hodge shabbily. dressed with a furtive face beef tea and' a bit of toast. .to It "Qreat :Jupiter!I" muttered the vhHItor.

my-mind ..poisonous me charged*x4i ; : "Is this the beautiful, heavenly
nn bourTito a tendency to Inflame th* kid. She had filled place.after place In and wholly disagreeable. here's the bell again" : : ,'planet I have been all my life want-;

gall: facing functional disease of the 'this) establishment most faithfully for "Miss Brooks" and aa the little Another'moment and the bedroom lag to live out I ''wish t could go
nd sometimes Bright'. Disease nigh to twenty of her forty-three ,o a,, back!" .
bowed
myself; nf act upon the akin by stunulat woman timidly and seated herself door' was.'burst open and only Mrs. '
1.was la J enactor gland and duct*, thus yearai. There wa ao complaint at the other side of' the centre, Tompklns''cautious hand saved the But his Wish was vain He- had

Would n ; the detention of poisonous. ma.ich . against her. Them dropped Miss table with the cracked marble top- beef tea rs the bride of a fortnight TUB TURKEY'S DAsT. come without a return ticket.'ChW'

was the J should pas* _to Penuia in- Brooks, an1 Miss' Gray to each of "Miss Sarah Brooks" but late :Miss Gray, of Hodge d:: Gam cago. TNb- ne. '
i the kidney and -uractlaem .._,.... ..._ ,
wood lind'mi I 1 their function in spat of th* whom for some years. past it had 'She bowed .again, and he, continued mon's; flung herself upon her olds. Oh talk about the dOY'-lIf peace! : -

*, wafjunknowi( 1 discouragement of cold weather been paying $10 a week simply because ; "If yoU are Miss Sarah Brooks, >pmate. Or eagle of the free TITSSt.Vltus'DanaNeryoosDlsseeEPerRye. ; -

kfeaoom-i of h-ru-aslsaWorld it bad 'found jnaa "to do the niece' and only surviving relative'ot -Oh, Sarah clear; what luck! I Or,Within bird of his wisdom1rapt hollow tree in; thought/ au oared by Dr. JaI_'. areat Nerve
well. '
mJ..l ;' ...rm.... :.work'of both women at.tip.a week. John Peter'Bropks. who'died In San saw it In the Wayfarerthis morning.We When dull November .tpa;! I h.'wood- M trteJ boW and treatiae free.
Renowuedes S. l'Cb8t. Phila. Pa.
cased die* 'that Francisco
some. lltj stood the ,edr forDisease. CUmatlcraust'ha of something to '.your. advantage night I told Tom-all you ever told They abdicate their place' high The- Lord Mayors Coachman
\ ... In favor of the turkey.
".,.ef of tlm these. : .' which I am prepared to make knownto me about your family. He has looked The Lord Mayor's coachman la still
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panlon" i .have been used by doctors antpeople .. . you under proper conditions." up everything and Its yours sure The purple cluster of the grape the theme of the Parts,papers "No'i j

man ; in Europ and America. for .. ",",,: : '. 'r' "John Peter Brooks was my fa- enough. It was advertised before No-share more of can autumn's justly hazy claimA body who has not seen I him can Imagine
died yrs. ' atcly tt has been used by'' Dr. Hartman f' " ; ... you favorite of fame'; him, ay* Le Matin. "He Is as
over, s6 "private practice for many year: *t ." ; .; '. .. : living relative as"I.can easily prove, I have seen, It. . .Nothing to, do but 'The apple, too discarded lice round as an apple. a* round asa

His art table .ula.a.ILa efficacy has been "';..' , since we all were .born, In Boston,',' 1 present your proof.' and 'dr w your Though juicy;,red and mellow. ball, or .rather as round a* the earth

Iflsalngpproac by decades of us by thousand of :. . \ .... she answered her brief elation sub money. Tom'Is down in the parlor: Today A mammoth the turk"'mounta his throne. Itself. He la' rosy and chubby of
pumpkin yellow.In
i and ha been uhtsniiated and 'V-/J. "
,* ,many thousand of hum over*. ..A. .1 ..\ . ... '(;.'..,i. ',IlL siding. "But t can't Imagine any He's ,Just as glad for you as I am. face and his body; is a formidable,

tij m.. a i ...,'r :. : ,"i i; ; ,'., '" .'oM advantage to come to me through He's' a darling he III"! every home throughout the landA paradox. ,And this astonishing man
,(ether { OTTBMIBD .TO ...,'., t t "' ; gym ?.. .. him. ;ie lost his life In a fire which "But Caroline. I'don't under- warm, delicious smell sits'enthroned with avwondrous
4 "X. Of and spice is wafted far dig
>ro ee| E LP. VfOKTIITVOVNO ', ... ;<. . .,::..".: ..r.., .. .. ; 0{.. deStroyed. also all his. little effects stand. First there was that- dread- O'er saga frosty field.and fell; pity midway, between earth and sky
PEOrLB : '. "'f' .. . ;
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regard ; .
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hownmttod. their mean* or daes.tlos.deslr 'I. .;..; .. .1. '. .
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I- should' a thorough basinets training. : '. hears but his horses.
t11 : sea or nothing
'ltbo ..rod position, to write *l one for ova ./"., I, '+ ; r:; : :
MALr-aars orras. 'a_. Indepenit- '' . r I ;; : London Standard.
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add a P&Ultnt-Well, U will have jto. benethlns \ : \, ..' III' ._,"_.,';. ,... ___._ j_ ._, .tCB: : ..,........:....:..:,.. dlatreasln'. Iguorauce o' legal
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-,'amslsdlelj! : tbaf amea with the "cook.t .' ,,- <: : ..:.. .. I : "..''. ,' ff "//.1->._,;'j,,". ..........O.;.."..'....,.....: ......" ,\II.\I. terms." ". '
-- T. T.-"How 'us.that?

1 >eaf ne Cannot He Cared "WREN TIlE MIOST IS ON: TilE L.-B. .-"Well, Bill owed th' shorthorn .

sad f local application, a* they cannot reach PUMPKIN AND THE FODDER'SIN some money an' was sorter slow
by : diseased portion of the ear. 'Tber i* about payjn'. So the stranger writ
on* way to cur* deafness, and that is THE SHOCK..
constitutional remedies. Deafness i* him a letter sayin': 'I will draw on

lakKu d br aa inflamed condition of the It mattered little to. Miss Gray";': 3 you '*t sight An' Bill ,thought: that
>U4lock bning'of 'th* Euatachiao' Tube. '
meant a gun play, so when he meets
.ho would be married at midNovember
en Uus tub i ie inflamed you BTV*)
sHmbbng sound or imperfect Jiearin-. and -but f?r. Miss Brooks older by up with the stranger be draws first

UOI When it im entirely closed. Deafness lb.4 *, ten 'years, and without ,kindred or: t It was a misunderstandln"--clove..
and iinles lli jnflamroatton bt. '
oan nil land Leader.
.lover the >Qggwas a measureless
out and;this tab r *tored-to ltrI
g I condition, hearing will b* destroyed Not that she realise It as such at tue ---- .

t .err nine easel out of tea are caused' utaet.'_ Miss Gray was .kinder thana RUDBL NG IT IN. .

cat a f CatarrL*d audition watch of the is nothing mucous but surfacea.aa young, 'woman\ getting (end/,.to".be r e=wr-dtd--r--k arl1n&-AlL-? """':'

not e will civ* On* Hundred Dollar for arrled could reasonably'.. been r/J l through the play on that woman wty

oass ft DeafnsBs (caused by Catarrh expected to be; and Miss Brooks herself I Ib .keeps drumming the same tune over

don i3 nonce for b*circulars cured br free.KT HaUrs. was of a sweet and cheery ;nature 'and ,over) In your ,apartment hoT.Wh .

nd Yr Jy.a Coy, Toledo, O., ana had no doubt that where one didn't you forget 'It and enjoy
door, had shut another would presently iliZk f the performance?
Lab ] Igs for eonttipatloa.i I open. At least, there would be a She-I didn't want to The womanI

place for her in another department was talking about sat right In front
!a test. Of la the ability toa
greatness of fledge ft Gammon's.,.. though .at i and beard everything I' said Detroit
bravely., the loss sot '
: ;what was ,
$ i lower wages. I Through her long service ..... I'ree'Pre...: "
tHost precloua.. and limited her life .--
experience, ,. '
had crown into! the very building and I tell what. tbere'j fun on tap, How !.ood* the dear .home :seem to all,.. Englktt"en In the Transvaal.We I. t'
you
jff'u; ; BABY'S' : AWFUL. HUMOR.VMsi ,. 'she almost,shrank from front the,an wrenchingasun.t absolute change I VyhVn{ old" 'Trxiok.: giN/in':'comes iThe WVfen 1 old Tlianks. t"vin'<'' omejj. have never f understood why
as
; .. .,., Each ,well-known Vroom and vine-clad: wall. Englishmen In Pretoria are seemingly
farm's fh k1 ,lat 1 on the'' ma\\ ,
dot of saul and body. Bat the gray J Adverse 'to followingthe! lead.set
SUa .
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p .;.. ". It W..weary se.o.s.d t.0a. streaks Inc her, soft brown' hair .L When,: old. 'ThanKjfliyin' come}.' When, old ThanrV5ciyin comej.And by other towns, aDd banding them-.

f ",v E' ''1'Wok.y CaUew ........ stopped her return to the salesroomsr 'There's Will and Dan and-Sue and: ran.. ,) t-toCd dame 'with1 hair like S solves together In the manner of the

;d j r9Yflieo'. my fctt't girl baby was en. i with bars of .adamant. : *' A"d'Daw"ond I. and 'Sarah: AnnAM'.R.rcybeord. jire, rhoyah swift years j&, Welsh tbs Scots, and the Irishmen.Thens :

IJ{ ti.we.k old ..... sad a skin &. .., A thin Those same gray streaks, from : We're all back home the entire' clan.'I, Th'ys"and: ": yrlj" who farmward roam E Is not for Instance; a 'branchof

f /-kia' -.<, vr her body and under (t whlcl.. her fresh, unwrinkled akin, '. old 'Fhanks .oP'st .. ....;, the St. George'4 Society nor of the
>QyI
..was ,watery blood and wke. ah' waa' bright eyes and trim alert figure When old Thanhjajyin_comcj. When, : Sons of England la the capital and

? ...... U wood: bunk aDd. break. : 8h* waa'j. seemed powerless to distract the attention ______ _ 'm'_._ __"______ ___-'----- _____ ", , we believe we are right In saying.
'3 4a bat condition ire .u and 1 tried '
'" (,wytUag' 1 could think! *:.f,, bas nothing'did of possible employers proved and papers and In. any' a..j uc sinl rid man 'with the papers 'for 'me to And garnished with' a wreath of thyme. that but two branches of these very

ye ,'y- ,aer 'any good., .When.she was three. her undoing at.every quest In various from 'what my parents-they're both ilgn and now you. have ,found out Appear in all his etlorynoting excellent Institutions exist throughout
-' The hero plump end proud, O' --
J ,,1< ,...u.. old 1 took her tolls Artonlo to 'contenptuonlpity phrase, softened. now with half- dead} :over fltteenyeara-.always! : told something. What 'are you' glad for, Of..each Toanksginng, ,story. .-...the.Transvaal.- .
,,. ....,..:" '_'a desist, ba.; the doctor we wanted! ; sharpened anon me of him,- he would have bad littleto and what has It to do with,me?" \
't* raw A..* not .t home *o my ...tar gave with cynical brutality she was deniedIn leave." i*. Why, everything' In the world. A DOCTOR'S TIUAllS.

\.. '.. .a. .iak of Cutieura Heap and half a her timid application "too old" "We must' not judge by appearance You haven't seen the Wayfarer; with 80 aa we gather round the board

:t....IE.of Ooticura Ointment; and told me to 'be of any use. Experience It ]. Miss" Brooks," said the stranger I th u. adyertl.ement..of.. unclalm.ddepo.lt. The At central which he place occupies of honor., flankedBy He Sometimes Gets Sick Like Other C ''
.1* rep them whic 1. did IB tine' 1.wed had no chance In thvrace with youth. Bank People. I
" portentlonsly. It'la about forty I In the People's. Saving golden pumpkin piea.O'J .
1 .bees t in time. and th* burner bga Co The gray !streaks! had widened Luring year*, I believe since your uncle last -your uncle-John Peter. Brookshe let us, as we render thank
Cad*.'and in (a* week cbs t aa sound and these dreary days, the refined visited ' each and every blessing '' Even doing good to people Is hard' i
,rash .and it'. ha rtturneel, dsa. Boston. must ban put It/ In ages ago- all the list
+ never Place first of
1i and,the delicate upon work if have too much of It to do.
4 features had tharpened you
.r -a think' every mother should keep th* .-So they' told me.. faltered Miss $4004. The turkey: and his dressing lMinna i
" M i OatMura Kemcdie (in, tbs ho M. Mn. it. color faded. The little Iioard. Brooks.. t "The old rascal! Oh, t don't mean Irving; in Leslie Weekly.Ot No one know this better than the

; { tJiaroa;B.utoa,;Texas, :tal, 2?' 1t05=N against the proverbial raina, ,, :',Well, madam; I. can assure :youthat her uncle",, and. Mrs. Tompkins hard-working conscientious familydoctor
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after twenty years' of poorly paid .have made a discovery In connection turned from the bride's horrified He has troubles of his own--*

.:43omd'.men coo'Bever' help another labor had .been small at best but It with 'o\I1"uncle' estate of face. "Don't faint again Miss Joyful: Sound. often gets caught the rain or snow,.

.lthout'.meddUng.. was .maUer.;e'en"thlt.I1.lt need "have'been the. greatest Importance \oTO; ,,,but Brooks; though you did the best orloael so much sleep,he sometimes
for' Sarah 'Brooks had never gets out of sorts An overworked
,
t It Is my right to.et.,,)-o1J.lnto. t.on job of your''iife' when you fainted, ,-
been-able to withhold her mites from I' just as"yon1 was .a'goln' to sign hatlICOundrel' Ohio doctor tells his .experience:
'Whe.. >'OU tMor my.own conditionsi '
'th ai te11Qw-creature In distressAnd '"Oh, certainly sir."? murmured'th. paper." "About three years ago aa the result ;

now, despite the wonted, Insane feminine .of doing two men's work. attend-
WEATHER little.woman, with r/faint return of Miss Breaks,,bad the Wayfarer Jn
f Cll'>GO.rlfN&! economies' In food and streetcar hop,'the while .he'trembled'under her hand her, eyes riveted on tha, lag a large practice and looking after

as ,:)IOU wbrtt. !I."' fare. the tiny:;.hoard was,.lessening . the alnl.ter'eyes fixed,upon her.: heavily,. penciled line which held the the details of another business, my

c I completeprotection at. a frightful,pace. When one has been'.ubslstlng for potency of comfort and ease for the : health broke down completely.'and I
fJ ,She 'thought ruef nlly'' to-nlght-- was little better than a ..pll.lea.wreck. .
stale loata1lcS' rest of her days
y three or'foUr days on one
; ,yvU 1.ancllong.Heel vlccti though chJdlll.herself 'for meanness. an occasional drink.of milkandwater "Oh, thank God: thank flood!" she .
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In the sundry S5 'and V "I suffered from Indigestion and
memory.-of' cried at ,I know lie would not
" V 'Ra walking meantime mile ,upon lasts ,
4bwoo M andpaaI\Y P9Il'ta. .J!.. rw 910 bills 'loaned"on' promise,of 'Ire- mile one fail meat: constipation loss of weight aad ap-.' ,
,Ia,4lsmalweatherfrom
q t" ..... mbtnW 1ft f. J payment' "nest month"1 to fellow- disappointment to another, ani] ?coming .Miss Brooks bad, tho happiest. of I' petite, bloating and pain after meals, +
4 worker long since departed to froth I loss of" memory and lack of nerve +.
TOWEKS back"to a'cold room and'a sleepless Thanksgivings, but Mr. Irving,, Wil -- '
hart bEAN , 'fields.and. pastures new, and getting bed; one's courage Is likely to be son's reception: at the hands of' her ""Say It again JI ramie."- force''for'continued mental appliesX. ,
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(a.cYmINO at last with the aid o! her "..11. tion. :;
,warm low. landlady that :morning greatly impaired ,"Jest twelve more days an' It'will: .
curt afbrd .* winter cloak.and the tepid register '. "1 became Irritable, easily angered "
worn \ :
t a: :Lt ivojnroQisr 4 '"If.'you'would'tell :'meL'f':= !'' Ills appetite for turkey. be ,Thanksllvlne"New; : Tork: :Journal :
.. she lost herself in a pitiful little Boston;Post. and desporident'without cause. 5ae. .'
,( j '.1.--..."'. dream of s, letter In the morning "I'll tell' you. 'nothing'until: :you ,. -- heart's action became irrgular and', ,

,,,. .. .-.a.... eo 0A Mt mall In which some one of her many have! .filled OutsadHdgaedthese, papers weak with frequent,., of'palpitation ' .:$

.,.... fa .... -- ,Z- debtors, should, return 'his or her Sign, here I" .Commanded ;'the ,jwPrd A. THANKFVl sONG. during the first hour or'two '
stranger, stretching two- broad_ sheetsof 'l.: ,after retiring.' -1.

loaD.Apu') mptory:knock on 'her--door paper before her an"i1FIDI; a t9 't", t'i ". ."Some Orape-Nuta andcut bananas" ':
Inclination
Ais to be'conadpr from his pocket I'm thankful for "Jo." ''I'm.thankful "
+ / I brought her,lbarp.,.back to realityV fountain pen soot 'came for my lunch' one day and

rtiffd: isv*;common' "symptom of, "Gentleman in' the* parlor.:to see 'J One. .was a power."-of dttQrneydatedtwo For all for the Joan bright- }..e.. :,that over us pleased m* particularly with .the re, '

fahQrAmerlt tft peo pla', Their is ''MM Brooks!.n'ouDced Mrs.Tom p- days aheadauthorising the the sultI. got.more satisfaction front: It { )
skins, the landlady, :with the rising Inflection bearers Irving.'Wllsonf'to collect, ,as For love that the kisses of. little ones than from anything I had eatenr.for .
du& to indigestion, and indig : ..... ,..t
( :of curiosity In her.:Voice, for\ the representative of Sarah.. Brooks For lllean-the .... 'an' the''light 'o"''the months and on further Investigation' .t.. t ,
'+' wtioa comes.lrom'mdiscretioaof'di ; '.' choapl any claim or.clalmebelonging to the I morain'lliu and use .}
Women like Miss Brooks, In a adopted Grape-Nuts for my. '
j* Let foods be daily eaten, :SouthEnd!: .lodging; bones have., .few etaT*) of?her, ..uncle,.,the late John morning and .Tsningmeals, served*'"

-alike yryff1rA .\WtIto.. ... .oti.thexsterner]: ,'',se*... ,Mrs!, agreement Peter Brooks on,the and.part'.the other Of said was Sarah an I'm' thankful the round 'world, .thoughweary :usually with cream"and a sprinkle of'!*

and wide, .U.or sugar"My ,- ?
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rr ; ....l Erx>kS' to" now.. a1I1. Irving Wilson A v t
With land anMh storm :
'jNO. : l lI la the strifes no the improvement; 1 ,
r'y. hatt111tt}:held j'd4rlw"Lsim' or'I '
{ : on the tide permanent In weight as:well as' Is

I claims for' hlsdtecovery', : an:'? trouble* : Haa("* 'stall, a *wc t'..heltettwheve'loie'a. .atmyside physical and m..tal. 'encluranc8.' "'In.-:*
A'd J i f
lf ii and'expense! In collecting.bu ;' ;eMttted:' t Ian the night. annn the lifht o' th*.aoornia't,' "a;;'word. ''I .am: ailed with the .joy' o5 f> ,
ut : ,tookyUPh., ,( pen.. living again, llcl 'conUllu the falljr' '
t ,4toya .. .
celery t 1. ? ".IJP"! ;tpscc a:wlgbtfe.bSt" ., d_sated 1M ,- )' .. uai.ot Grape-touts torbreakfast t&M,
i, II . "c/"t: iI' For Jth* iws that an pat. for the.y*.n ,
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t I'.J\ \ ""'t >):(/ ., ..: .' often for thr T"Ynng! 1llea1.f '
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e ;% .yteltorwaie4. (d that jnay b*-: ,
Jill f1oihed'p.farot'j' ; Jt.P: ,Jsapata.nb
.te.'c" ?- ,
alar-oa
feNw J'he star on th..land .sad tae', "The little pamphlet; "TIle Rosa?
TunxplIriV ''WU.t..r.tq.foul.: } get none of,.it ;: 1L. 'Wsihtll.'found In pkgs. Is J
r' tM > ..theae Coetb'Before DestractloaandHsuicbty "tbe.houtllgbt.tbat abia: in th 'a
yon?] sign papers. Aqd *
ttltMs" led .a Spilt( Before FalL", darkness for mo-' ably saved and<< handed to some M
tsertdar, Imperton l
X3. .> ? "> (Particularly: 'Ar r fcTijlr'"TliBe: -':of .Forth. jov o' the ni bt an'the moreln'tFrank patient along with eM Indicated redy.

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t 'May be 'oaly i a tarred liver, or '. 'starved. FEARiiu: .L PAl I NS .3.50 t'3.pOSI 'r

Ilver.'M* would be a ftnptd 1f .well as: .
,, MAT TNt
,sa.... t.hlllllQ'' ,.t. a.w eJTo; work' starved So'\ .,' Ii.,,", t -" ,,-r: I ...' 'r _....ln $4 UlEd,. Dill "
he lagged In his .
man.In treating' because the lagging, torpid liver It Ie' SUGGJESTI0NS 'MOW ,WOMENM y FIND. GUlIOt.......tlll'prlOI '

a great' mistake,, U iah) I It, WI &'.tron. '. \ Tb ,Aw T. fvofmW Ib.l"' Job-
drastic drugs., A torpid liver W bat aa .I'4.._ RECIE.f,,' 1'1.1 ?W 1>1II* HoltM r the II10B4 .

SU'A'Y % IRA'tn-'I: =1ENDERi Indication of lUruourisbed. enfeebled ,: htitple4 tar.IIIBHOJB0 .tub for .ontrr t1 1, p

niifl body.-whoso organs af4'wwujy. ,wlUt over
i'' work. Start with,thoetan**ich unU alliedorganeofdige.tlonLz4rlnutrltlont' 4'i /
i ERMc4N, THE I-A( OU3 D 'l 1 Put i

I Subject loyally to the Truth.i' labor against Itself-will, be forced to them quickly In your working liver, orderf will ,become and 11M active.how
"- < combat with evil 'men among' hose ,
Dr PIercos Golden .Medical Discoverybaa
:
,whom he wishes to uplift. -But whilea "
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Brooklyn, J ;'Y;"": Preaching at'tbe man mar with less timidity advance made many marvelous core of 11 vet
Irving Square Presbyterian Church nswthought in the scleutlflc.Vorld.: trouble! by iu. wonderful control of the y:

on the theme;rl'oyattyto the TWth t In'no place"'IIVln.be find many Mmes, organs ot dlgestlop and nutrition'' ; It restores -, t .

e Rev. I. W.;..flu: dersoo. pallor, a more uncompromising, resistance the normal activity ot tho'stomach*"
t ok: a* hit, text I. Kings U:U! than In'the-Murcb. Be, It for goodor Increases the secretion of'the blood-mak I 1 e t4p

[And Mlcalah said, as the Lord 1Ueth. Ill\ the simple fact Is this, that')no* ing glands, eloanM the systom.from potapnous -, .
what'the Lord salth ,unto me. .where 'ha new'' light a; harder fight' : aocumulatlons, and so relieves the

Ithat will I speak" He said: .than among'many who are the fol.. liver'0(.t.,",' burden) Inrposod.npon,H tbr( } 1
I The ''four hundred false prophets lowers of Him who was the essence the defection of other organ.' VJaL
[were mere flatterers. .They Interpreted of all truth'and who prayed the gift .If you have bntcr bad taitoJn the taornYnc. F0J '

and delivered thr oracles to ot the Spirit for them that they might .seer) ortrulabU appetit coated toafue. Msis&ssj&ii "
Butt... he king'*' whim. They paid have'a sure guide< Into' the fullness foul breatb.cok.tlpat or irregular bowl1 ' sae'
Ismail attention to the measure of ot eternal wisdom The tight of the feel weak easlfll tired.Vjpondent. fraqueotbMdtcbea (Ait4ren'a.boa. for."... t sad.wear,
[truth that.ttielr judgment contained, I church of God against truth'I. the ,palntr n-small back. ... tlo..J' __ .tb.r r.a.w ; .
I .... illIGy' ... '
stomach "III co ski .
la you
lit they discovered wrong..they, kept dis|i 4. tefOot. '
amazing. spectacle of the ages. .1 .
"r"B 5K> ...aIwl.
[ quiet about It. If they toressw'evll, The odd against truth to-dayare I a> > rbinge''inthroat factories at Brockton.naM .
they'were equally silent -To be optlmlstlo )- after eating, and klnlkjX... symptoms you bowtBRtDily V.L. DonIIs.sbeea
tremeudons never
but'ten as'
was to be popular.. Sejf-ln- returned to the city ot his oAUa.U rule, so ot weak s'omach and iprv'.a lira* me"- lissNeUefazes Mnaflllie Mart are mad, you would then understand.',
tlr or cur 1C bettec.wear .
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ClnawlU nn.v. Too more pr mn why they hold their shape,
dictated that should
they
tsrest re-
surely shall eternal and refining truth IK '. fJhiiV thn rierg* of
and are greeter value
turn to the king good omens or none., with yfcftHrMrH' longer
conquer in tile.age long struggle l 'erbaps only '
>oorerr. '
(Bplden Nedlctl for I-h. .triad other make
Pessimistic prophesies landed a man the adversary. will be present 'While:tto woman entirely free teem Oomi-mis'aoonwl so many. than any. :; W.y.
a part ot Uie above M'nwtuuls renladln without, bWp.UM .' W.....".. yon live, yos ..... L. -
in prison; and since Ahab wanted to that eriodiRal suffering It does not:seem tobe _
Two things are necessary at oni lime and yet point to torpid llrororbtllonane of month Doac."I. a. sad tins lue.
be coddled and cajoled and flattered truth may win and be accredited.First snd weak stomach Avoid /tall the plan of nature that women --I dreaded approach every 1s I'M MU_,wbkb ....... ....; .
s much .
It meant so pals ..._ .. ". ... ... ...
11" .
they humored him to the best of their we must be sure that our In-. hot. bread and MaculM.. srlddla cakes and should 'suffer' so severely. This Is..0, ma, but after I had aced the Uompoanitwo .ewIooIt.... aa'bk ,...r_....fee w..oe.gla......
' ability and to his full capacity. They sight Is correct our truth born of other IndllrMf,1bl. food and take the"Golden severe strain on a woman's vita ity. mOft.tbll becanM regular end naturci.nd am cad lmla a_ ...Ifttr_.' . .
were optimistic patriot Therefore God. And then we must be loyal to Medical Discovery rnlarlrand stick to Its When, pain exists: something Is wrongwhich : bow lrf acllr well and frae from pain. lam Feat tJoIorElloIoIftO..f CMIt1f.. 4IofWttr.0.. ..:
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they were favorites at courtAhab the voice of Jehovah.as He. speaks to 'naa until you are vifforona anti strotir. should be act right or It will : vary crateful for what Lydia K. llnkbam's D OUOLA6.0epk.6-at,5 .. ...t...aS-Stylus.we .nl.ea'
hated Mlcalah because he us. The "Dlaoov >I7'"' Is non-aocret.! nonalec'bollc -' lead to a serious derangement of the Vegetable. Compound lias don... for ma.?:! I l
the truth' It him detrimentalto Is a slrcerlc extract of native nwdlclnal whole female organism. '
spoke as to
'came- should be'acceptedby '
There 1* nothing more full list of'Ill,Ingredient Such testimony /.f c direct from God. -The tnbnarch disliked the' dignity and standing of the printed roots on with each a bottio-wr"PP8r.04 attested 'Thousands of women' have testified all women as convincing evidence ". ;; :' .
premonitions future evil and truth than IrratJonal ill-balanced under oath. IU Inprodlenu are endorsed I In' grateful letters to Mrs. Pinkham that Lydia E. 1'lnkham's Vesretablca '
demonstration of existing sin. He thought. Every bit of truth Is.the aad extolled by the moat eminent medical t that Lydia. E. FinkhamV Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a
preferred a fancied security to defi- word 'of' God but some statement.Which wrIMra of the sge and are recommended: to Compound overcomes! woman's. special. remedy for all -the distressing| Ills of
nite knowledge; ot conditions as they are caricatures of truth are not cura the diseases for which It U advised pa.lns.aud irregularities.. women. Sd.rift
were: As Ahab complained to Je- God-given no matter how loudly and Don't accept a substitute of unknown\!: It provides a safe and sure way of The sneoeos of Lydia E. Pinkham
.
hoshaphat,' Mlcaiah prophesied not bow long they may claim the distinction composition, this hon-socrot MEDICISKOF e cer-e trod:: di"tr" Mnij and dangerous Vegetable Compound rests upon the '

good but evil: and! for that reason he of divine In.p'lra\91h\' AU UC)1r.'f' ) IP SITJOK.'L- weaknesses and ducat.a. xrell-earned fTat.1tude'ot American- ... .. ...
was teartU, happy to jail him. may well be is!tithe The two following letters tell so convincingly women, '

Mlcalah might easily have taken Lord" but"all statements that bear' There-Is joy 'enough ...hUe'the music what Lydia E.; PInkham'sVegetable 11'ben women are troubled with\ pain,
the advice of the kin,'. officer andhecohe the motto "thus salth the Lord. are Compound will do'for or irregularities, displacements or uUccratVm
always
J ; one bt the lying multitude.' not truth. There are false prophets lasts: and At1)e' wU>e man* seesto women they cannot fail to bring hopeto of the organs-that bearing" 1underUSGovernmentinsplcmn
'
lIe might, wlJL1H! 1'1' t t
thq'yet Zl AD P"liJ\j: tfap lr4tP Iy ; He who will declare a mes- In'' advance ou each tune. **Nellie Holmes. ;of MO N. Division. bloating\ (-r flatulency) general >dbili I .-

earnest, rather. thin Tn aa spg'4 tfl linen must first be sure of hisground. Street; Buffalo, N. Y., writes: sty Indigestion ..nd oerrous >prostraUoo. -<. ,, I

I .he did, the prophecy of tits 1itretera.. \! ... Bear lira. Plnkbun:- or are beset with such symptoms TbaSoutharn Cotton Oil Company
Self-preservation; and' the hope of NoT teal Important' 1 is-it thai a man tl\Vr Original IVirous flatter' . "Your medicine is Indued Ideal medldoe .. dizziness faintness, "laasitude.ea-
elf-ad vancementx might. Imarln&blS'.1 ,ll's Allcock's, first introduced (o tbi'beople for women; I suffered misery for year wit citability,(. Irritability,, nervousness, "
have led him to have,given the king be loyal to the truth revealed to SUS: \ sixty years ago' and ,to-day. undoubtedly painful period.,haedaohae.arid'bearingdownpains. ; sleeplessness melancholy, they should ;
just the answer, for which his heart I I. through the workings of God'sHoly bus the (largest .. of any ex' I consulted two different phraielansbut remember there i" one tried and What t't'I I Do. ,
Spirit. Truth:may negative most ot Urnal remedy-milliona being sold annually ( !] )to get any relief.' Afri (Fern the true remedy. Lydla.P., FlnVhar's., I '
The from
yearned. profit the king'spleasure whole mvihted world. to & FtnkhamiVegetable
his own ideas and cherished ,pre- throughout the scat adTlMd me try Lydia
was at hand and within. conception It may even subordinate There have been imitations to be sure, Oompound. I did so.and no longer Vegetable Compound at once removes i 'for.,this t alnedusd .?'' t
sight, the Lord would forgive him his noblest ideals. But by It hemust but never baa there been one to even com 101r... 11&Idid bef.- My period*areaat.ara1i such trouble' Refuse to buy an j other ,: ,
quicker than the monarch. Many a stand.. Mlcalah went to prisonfor pare with Allcock's: -the world' standard every acne and pain Is sowtinttwy general medlolne, fcr you.need the. best., RUP ON ,bRiSICLYJohnson's
man has argued that>.way. Dot to external remedr--. health t-mutSiJ: proTed. lodviieaUwocaeawho liesLtr.te to Wtit to Mrs. .
the truth and Jeans of Nasareth E.Mnkham-s V .- iJon't
For a weak back .cold on the chest' or' Ufter to tot Lydia g
Mlcalah the truth was ,
the ;benedictions more precious.than to the cross.. Stephen was stoned by,, '&nT'.1ooaJ pain, the result of taking cole table Compound _, ". ;'" Plnkbam If tber Is, aunytlilnff' :. 1f
of his. ruler. his enemies, as was.. Zecharlah.' the: or ovBT-etrain, there's nothing we, know oto elf... TlHle Hart of Larimore, N. D., about your slckuecs i you do not
the favor -Jehovah was more satisfying ,
this famous oLBbe will treat yen
because
with plaateri nnderat
son 'Jeholada, the priest, ; compare 1'
__I"
than were the praises of w.teaJ ; ,
any he wa faithful to the truth: John .. with kindness and ) .;a4T1eel.; t
man. "As the'Lord llveth what the Dear lira: PtDkhAmI'I -, Noxroknan' eTer.rea-retted ,, - :! ...,. ..
the Baptist lost his bead for declarlug hal free.- .
'Adam's* .puMrbment.was not; wont its M tL
ban been BMrsd 5.54..rlslat.l.eeseus. ass
Lord might many
salth unto me, that will I and she baa helped;
that Herod had lost his. Luther greats might. hate been. :He of snff and pain had I only knownof UMafflcacjr.sof writing her .... t.ae SM,
speak he says; and Ms words are no ertaig Nas.in . '''-' to naa.Olalluw ,
Addr Lynn
an inspiration to the men of America'as withstood a church and the Smithfieldmartyrs might, have/.,,been".compelled to .leave Lydia E. Mnkhano'e VagetabU. thousands., ara.w ... M ...... sad ...-.: ,

they mark out the strict line of, truth. might 'be Buffered,.aupreme.agony The long that Ere' behliid him... Ask .rs. Plnkhan's Advksj-JA.. !'HenBig !.. Best IMeretndr.tv::' Nous's m .. .,L...L._AOHaem1----eo.a 00.. 5.... Al' ----.': t Y 1 ..;
should follow In time. J. .
duty we our list of heretics and excommunicated J ,

Too many of us lack the fidelity the host of those who have lost, lifeand' !-:.51kom'SIIl'sEyeWater -it. ;# ,
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of Mlcalah because fear : ; .
we unpopularlty.
friends; the army of those crusaders "'
l Gout.
sdatlcapet
Cowardice 1 .
supplants 1..fli
couragein khlumats
who; under God. have battled I dGl \ '
'too few hearts that are aglow witha hard with. sin--all testify to the need; Crops', of Corn, (At4S-06) i"w.b'da..dr.e: :f\v:.=ga4a:fr.mI I

'vision of the truth because men the 'Clol'- of-loyalty to divine truth. Ntrnos x .. ... . ". ...'t> *-'._' '..l.:.:..: ..J'-
dare not defy the .dll vor, of the ,. .', iff"H*-*
Ababa of to-dayl: Smug selfsatisfaction It march Is po.easy,of progress thing or to to lead'" fight In the the:' I '.canl be"depended' upon from :land j. \ .. .

cries down the leader.who would x_ .. .". , __ _
forces of evil. Conservatism would

' point-Gpttlniatld-patrlot.ln the wrong: and above th"all" chur right k. clutch progress by .the throat and 8%' that'' has., tree itJ!fiber Jy, fertilizedI I ,-- ....'
Sin hates -\
-thTottlelttoJJlberattle._ lerti1izerlcoiltaunAVMtBLE
and of It with ; with a complete, -"
out no eye save for .J ;

the hides glowing central lustrous life bitten surface deep which with be the But fierce light whether we and need would or-no and overcome must opposition have lt:men'j' ins 3J4' *r"* '<,nitrogen7o0' } ',t**TT** j-3 avai\\1abtC'- 'Hphos1horic' __ "EVE -MAN,:NI'I$':;OW ; oacTai\4.. -

sin decry as pessimistic the man who : _
paints the evil as it Is.Selfglorlftcatlon is. easier than not who flinch will be In! firm.te.b.qt..1Igbt! for the :truth"There and, Ph OSPNQRIC ? acid t and',9%: 'J ', -' : "" -' 3|


..U-xamlnatlon. There Is more 1we are than iota, that"no more of bearing nstaraousenterprlsa the ACID :By )J.; HAMILTON AYERS* il'JPs;, i. ., j . crowd .
pleasure for the in recounting a
torch of 'truth'Into'\. those clark aad 4
their achievements than in clarifyingthe Infested .recesses* -whleh no light "e'O'I 't.S" .ts'h iJ,. 5 '

'cenita1'.prlDge of life, and in has ever shone" But'to that man y ,. .
analysing the depth and the consequences ,, A 4CK-pageIllu rated ;Book' "45uftble '
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who. filled with power by the Spirit ntHf 'j" It, W ... ;
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less brains of to their state iniquity the achievements It Hakes of the :;Lord. will| speak: what the, I ,of ,, ...r." ,.... .,( ..... ... 'd. ( ,r... .,!, I ,' in formati cm\p.H nia /to' |iM..NB* j/-i' ,'." 1 11

already accomplished than It'does to 'not Lord only salth the, unto bard him warfare there will on the be Q Just how and vvhy 9 eg';;of. totasl ?,' ..,. 'r ,humansystem showing how to trssrt'...t, ." ., '

investigate'and stability determine the foundationsupon the sureness first line of the skirmish the here, but the '; *,is.necessary our booklet: will'show,. I'- with .the, Bibiples't of auedich es. Thei3oibk'eg) ,,' ,

which success Is built. It is the nal.crown' of victory- 'In life eter- ti L e' tains analysis of C9urtship and marriage-j; ;'renv\:'

easier the head to relate blithely PO KALI WORKS '
upon GERMAN
More and the'need Is' for ing and 'mann emont of children besiaeai,yalu.:
more ;
the unexampled progress of your ',__York-.S "_u Sweet;.01 : ? , :
country or pour church or your famlly men of the mold of Mlcalah; men td r. .t, 4 Attents. OaHSS4 Oenele BvlMliiC: able prescriptions," 'rooifjes.etc.,' with: a'lfuljl; ,:r
or yourself fh the attainment of whom the truth is more precious than \J

material advantage, than It Is to de- much fine cold; men whose IntegrityIs j complement of.facts inmateriainedjca: ,that. :6Vje'ryphe '
,cide*whether or no the gain was made -Indivisiblemen.; whose' opinions L sh.q ldkDOW. '
;
are' the judgments' of mindS: that . "CABBAGE t.r ,CELERY
righteously and' in the fear of God. al ." '
and, ..hetber or no -it will result In have been moved upon by the blessed ..;,:-" ""' led aU kfaol.., ..-$.....ea.. sew fnII ala "'._ This most indispensabloL adjunct to ,every:;;' w'
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Spirit of the living God. who cannotbe .....- plat.. a Uopus at.ud.W u.d/w teotd. '
future. happiness and helpfulness for .".. -: .5c.of....sr r.Itbbb..do.ca. w. ...u..._ $ vrell-regulated household will be mailed
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bought, and who- filled with a \ HP. u ,
all concerned. It Is far more satls- It .. ni... :_ ad B+ PJahfaJI
.; SIXTY'
0'1' 'J. hl" IN 1
M. addr0ss'on of }
factory, from the point ot' view of high and a holy devotion to'theirrdivine . ....:..;_ t1.ao.ari. _.. _new prr..wd.Moa..- paid to any, receipt:; price;;
,.. e
the opportunist, to take things as commission"ae'the revealers, i .._. .me.ad w s prorI..r.a ewl/q iats t\ew. r OENTS.. .Address ,, ; i
they are land; to make the best of interpreters and torch-bearers of God's ..'V. T __'-=: s..... a. JrtIss1 ..I.1S.. aa.d 5c.% : '
E them. 'No man really likes to unearth I Illuminating truth will balk': at no ,s....I= as... -=-I.I.-: =ens Agaear.. "H f'
aln; 'lit Isn't nice' work and If, is sacrifice;, and be overawed by no opposition )- er wp.abl..cnetdy s.bes.... H.. _\o.oI'tbw.. .... .. w.Mn ... ..LiedtMpgy. . . J J 11 ,
.. ..L.TCJIii"IO""T. .. ... '
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dirty But to bury the victims doesn't ; and be diverted by no power as sap -- t..eafr11r.-N. t. .CTTII. AveATLANTA.OA.1 ,'"' .

atop. 'epidemic. .To congratulate front the declaration and the-promulgation - ''better 116 Central : r", '
We would love Justice' rir
oneself upon,the amount of water in of that truth M LSBY '& CO. f ,.
< .. xt
the reservoir, and upon. the :power Oh; that there might arise through she wore bliDd' Only'to'our faults 1'I ,
and efficiency of the pumps'at! the out' this land men of tbe'>Jeion -and. ... .J"V.' '* -

,water works. In no way 'diminishes :I. the fidelity of the prophets of ancient "THE )IARRYTNG BQUIRE.. "" , 4rSouth" F r.SJ.tbJt., Atlanta,:Ga,' "" '... .iI.. .' ....." ., .
Israel. Would that there might arise( .
the heat of the fever In these days ":-, i' tI'
:.:.
,we 'want. and hall men of':mind and. among the ministers' of the Lord to- Justice. .080.. B.r.w..otBruU.}: Ind., '' '.
of action who wlll'look for, the hid- day a prophet of Jajiwe) Jehovah th, -.,:
den germs of disease. Then,-Id our Lore ot hosts and ol.tru\h;: a prophetirith i Has ,Married. -14OO' .Couples., ,

:Desire to acclaim them we forget the' a message and with the powerto Justice Geo. 'E. Law. .of 'Brazil.
days when in spite of the sulf-satls- express: It; tersely, Intelligently, Ind., has fairly'earned the title "The
jted, the ignorant the careless, the forcefully fearlessly. May God giveus which, he Is' !
Marrying Squire, ,by :
wicked, they proclaimed the certaintyof a Mlcalah who shall tell Americathe I
lar ana wide I
Known ,
truth concerning the conditions
our distress and disease; then we .
forget that those then whom we re- of to-day. The people;' in the church N. having already married /Po'tmbla a-aad ,&caV: ": ..
' viledas; pessimist are' 'saviors: and out ot It;areweary and nndestr- some.1400 con- % '

then we forget the years of research ous of platitudes and of unalmed ver pi**.. Ten' years ago .Engznesf;, ) il 't.s,: LeR !.i

and of patient study Into conditions biage.. Mankind awaits a, prophet of bs was Deputy Connt.ty -, '' ryj
God. Andwhen he w" Mills
as they were we forget the praraonIshments andpotpowerdfurnished Treasurer. "At Sa ,
plenitude of. ; .
of>our fools grow wise, in wisdom ; L that time." said Jnsf '

our anguish at'' the situation as it Is. endued .with a mission'divine:commission; :,tics: Law;."f was snf'ferlng -- AND AIL KINDS." MACHINERY; I: Cougl.CoklaCroup} 4'"l14 ;
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I saywe fOrget .1 be nth a and a :mes- .
mar wrong. from an :an- Oo."w. Us. CGrr d M.toM JbrJMMZD1TX'DllZY'XRT j
for a world In. sin -
Perhaps we only then remember. page may-Jim. "
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1 noying, kidney' trouble. ;: SoreThmaStiffNecat. ,
We' muet' have ,Miralahs-- men, of church have the Insight and the grace ; -
,loyalty to, the truth at. all'hazardsapd '! to see the marks ot God's railing In .' Mr back ached aces Ysaklneij.low..t dose..eI..*4 .erl timattsran ,,

r. + at any cost no less to-day than him and In his message and not,persecute my nit was: broken: night* and. the Wtlte us foratalotue.;. prices. Rhea r ..<,'I'.!. ,.
inthe"year that .Ahab and Jehosbaphat him as. did tha 'fathers. the paMag.s'';otethe kidney secretions tc., before buying. ,,
went against the Arameana at prophets of God aforetime. were too frequent\ and contained sedi- l '*A.

Ramoth-Qllead. Our. age, our coun- "A the Lord' liveth' ', what the'Lord m.Dt..t-'TIa.. ... boxes of Doan's Kidney 'HICKS' Neuralg zt 1 41
'11 the church has need. and salth linto me. that will I 'peat"May / 1b ..
try ,, a great pills.tllN4 n4n/l8tT; auditor: the 1 'At'oH.Dealr's'- ?\ .
this be tee'motto' of every man lI
need for
men-who wUl'.peaktortb .r
.I what., the Lord J salth unto them.' To who lofts the* truth.May: U he' also past nine years I have been free .from' GAPUDINE pes"25t +50r;fk'!100', I k rot
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kidney complaint backacheSold. 1i :
: be sure those 'wboare folding their our lusplration.tolldelity,, and to aslorlu. I'Sloe
; arm" ,Ilk selfish ease'.,',, win. declare ministry ''unto men in the .t>7'tit air ers.s SO cents a box,,' ; cuMALL"ACri.S8 -ref ./
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their, as they did the Garrisons, thePhlMpses aide-and'to"the"tonornfthe'tfvingGod .t.r-J4l1t1uri "Cb uIt4IO, N.\T; enf, Free' ; ;

"of' tha st
1, fit subjects for the gallows. ,,;The God that we may be able to hear His W. 'would .U be happy,. enough If we ....= .......- .. ,} ; t1 1('
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'min whd wquU; batUe,'t tthnha social message tand, to -speaKvwlthmmedV' '. could olil,. just Aalflk so..3Tpt( fBooiWBg bPbitltry" .
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i' tlMtoUheidsath and dtelarelthtwUdom tt l nut E.J l IJo len! :: j't ::! 1 r-c-: RI'LANATiON.er r W' MrDr.
and the truth of Ood unto awhite KrL'Wlsidtrss ByrttpTor Cbndienteething.oteaih _ '. WOUGSmaCllae4.th. d' Eari 5.51oan'.
esm ,leduCea.ftOItol6oa"ttJe- a- Pt n'615AUHny bt.
., life for twosexeswill 1 flog rorld 'was round'
,. detractors and etaemles* itrftvery w',, JThe' Power :'VIJI: Be: Given.'When ttti .> aZ. AytOr-rtBecai"....l jt:.1149"L t1v.t 1I, Sb Boston.Mass. t t'' jri r1 i r
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y" ikant Ha' who will annlhlla\e' the ''Cytfitiap7ursd. .Sard!*; the Honesty .is aJ y'lrt ef.! : which men e square deal I suppose."--CMcatjo 'r?" tl9A ,1 Q r "1...";1i,1.I

monster of latemjerallceand.of, legal- only BOB' of Croesus,who was'dumb. toast most;'When.they ha..th least News.ees! "'itf-. 4'I
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.. 'aaadfcdS find adherents of the devil whom be'dld jiot knowa strolc* Upon rT fj'I'
t. '.Vtf Iwltfcin (he sacred j precincts of the lead;wltK his sdmltay. lIT, l\IIIIi\\ issf BM WT tf _
(JvJ. le_ eharch i.f 'Jesus \\Cmrtst.- That mad such d Violent effort toTt&vl hi* ,
l" economic Isaiah who '.halltl'7: .,the father by a word that he broke the t p 11 itt '

''truth'of Odd aaaillet the entrenched, ; .trlnK.of Xs| tongue', aad cried out.oiaierj '
.: forces ot gold-greedy/maierlaUatft, la '," spare..thtt llfi of Croedur.And. ? TUU JLUUixI

7 the Interest of the men who toll will so., if .we.late' ; Christ, and His

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I .Notice of Shen !ts. Sale" A Atlanta: I I. ATLANTIC'' : COASTLINE: i.

: The Pkmim and Inconveniences I wR
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Take Notie under Mrf br of K > *

'f'' : ; iedlter -wUaajaetMaeutef Court. and th Judicial linear Olrrurt the ...ot e*...theClrrait ..... ; ..THE( THROUGH CAR;; LINE, FROM FLORIDA. >

] :rfif Trip to the' aeant Ida In and for=County open a JudeTaent at Birmingham %
nerd In ..... In fever of Jooaph Itambr. ,.' -
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1. plaintiff. venue a.... N.... tIof whicheaidJiidaiiMiithae I '
bom transferred ...Oeee- OONN.OT'ON
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i'. ole County in Slat revived by ardor dsaid 'ChattanoogaLouisville -
.' "Y-IJW'! b. aerD!'. __ I. Coast,. favor of a H. Htillcolt.. MM aalTneea I To Over its own Rails to Savannah, Charleston'
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read of sold oi .UII. I ha levied t' '''
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After, airood' 'ftl.h.. .'re.' 'and1'' the call!, along the banks of the. canal upon hlrhavt and Mall bidder aell.,public_f..eatery.. __for. the snob Court tothe : the Richmond and Washington. thence VI""Pen'n...''

usual breakfast we started. for a stroll and the three hundred and nlaetr Hour doer.1.- lmnMa.OaMoU: County Florida ?1 ALL RAIL I Ivania R lway. '
on the Plaasa dell Blgoona; it Is sot sight bridges one can walk, ,from one ,dart.. the Ural hours of sold. on Monday TO
u..Third day of Daeemher.. A. D. ISOS. UM fol. Via Montgomery' and LowJvllle dc' Nashville! .
only the. business but the historic OfOer end of Venice to the other provided I lowing described. land la......Oeeeola C_.tJ.to.I :
of Florence for U was here I*atSavonarola he does not loose his way, but for all ; Cincinnati the . or Via .Dlxie Flyer Route" and Atlanta. r
*.. banged., 'and then purposes of travel and traffic the I I 1 lUectnnlna feet south 48 d..-Wart of UM ' ;
burned In 1408. Here also stands. ''the the and the fascinating North eornor of Lot OfM (I) of $lock EivhtaeaII O Via Savannah: do Ocean Steamship 'Norfolk,
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canal highway .
is .( ) of the South Florida Railroad Cent_.'. a'st New York, Philadelphia MId Boston; via
Palasso,Vecobio the old capitol of the 44rondola"( '....he vehicle.. wen Survey of the Town at Kla.imniae.and run thence Chicago the Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore,
republic, and the residence of CosmosI. we alight from the train where a port* South 47 dear*** Fist 71 f"then Sooth 41 ,
via .
Savannah
and Merchant
It was begun In 1280 and U a beau- meet us and conducts us to the canal deem Wet 71 feet Wet, and 25 foal thanea th.naorth North 4* d.47.....da-r. Beat aa Yla Steamship. tattoo Co.. tor Baltimore and aDd Philadelphia.MinerTranpor. '.

"'futeKample of the Florentine castles where. find awoadol..nd..oadoUerIn I*feet to. ..... point of beainnlnc.! eeeordliurte. the ,
"sir 1 of the middle ages, On the court o! waiting.. Our valises are deposited plat raeordad and. ..antltlad Plan of tha "baep Southern Key eat and 'VfaPeninsular' i as Occidental ;J

this palace is magnificent fountain in the gondola alongside of ourselves; of Straau af mid.th.Survey.Iwvled property. of the sold GeorgeNIooU. Railway .. Steamship ...,.

i. with s beautiful carved figure-' by checks for trunks ',.re delivered the .d.f upon udant a Purchaaarto pay for tltlaa, Havana. I Company.Rocteoftheeelebntdtrains . ,J..
-Veuochio. We next visit the Ufflzt Lying back In the upholstered j. M: WALKER ,
,Gallery which Is close br. 'the admtst. porter.seats start on our journey. Sheriff of Oaeaola' County, k'lrld.Plonuif's .. BEST LINE N_.,VMk'Ii Florida special,. Floridasd West lacll. :\
we P A. VANS AON E W. Limited,CbioagoArlorlda: Limited. aDd DIz4.Firer. '
'. ., don being one franc aad free on Sum+ through. the narrow canals to our ho- Attorn*?. ... ,7

li"- day (what a pity tt was Thursday). I tel VDeRoma." At each turning,, .r: -- -. ,Quickest ,Schedules Superior Service.
7 1 This gallery was founded by the which are numerous,, .the 'gondollei .. r f..
Medlef and contains one of the largest I utters ti wlerd, cry, warning those Notice of Application For Tax "FLORIDA> LIMITED" ror Information M to rate*, ....heclu!..,eM.ooniult\. PurpW Folder.,or communicate et. >il* .

;. o and choicest collections lo the world. coming: from the' opposite direction Deed Under Section 8 of. LEAVESJacksonville : W.CARR., VO.XlRKLAKD.(! b.. .'

The hall known. theTribune Is the that ha going/ to make a turnj After of T.cTwTuTif"-1'' T..paFta. w.WmSJSi11eD. ,. ,
Inner of this temple of art. about twenLl'mlnule... we arrive aHnui .. Chapter. 4888.Laws .
sanctuary .
7.45 <> Pa .. ".t. Wllmin ion,:x. f C.; ,i r tee. Traffic Ife .
"'', (The richest room In all the world) our loth, m 1 leave the i orondola, Florida. p. m. qq

,; it ooatains the Venus de'Medlcl the so.ri8hi.;;; so quiet and comfort Notice* It hereby chen that K. J. BrownirarehMer _.

dancing fame the-Apolllrjo, the wrestlers .- able.. On our reaching the. parlor of I of Tax Ccnlflfata No. "XX' dated SOLID TRAIN. :
of ancient sculpture the flth day of July A. D. 10O8. hasSled BUDDED t' .
> and other pieces hotel rouaaaenLlemaa
meet
the we a ( said certlflput In my ofllna, and h... made TREES ,
,while many of Raphael and and wife who were pleasant companions ripHnatlou for lax deed to 1.a.ID accordance, Finest Dining 'Car Service Very W
rTltlan's great masterpleoeii are here with us from New York: to Naplesand with law.' '

shown. A rich collection of Etruscan it certainly seemed good to Had 8 ald( certificate'embrace; situated In.*the Oeoeola" followldgderrlbedproperty oouuty-, Best Day Coaches ThroughPullmair'Sleepers. ISLES WORTH NURSERIES

,vases are seen and over 30,000 drawings someone we knew. After the usual Florida, U>*wltj .
i by> the. great Italian masters. clean up which comes after a filthy I Nw 14 of nwl,< am B, 'I p 27*, re"ae 211. LOCAL '
SLEEPER TO
.,After spending several hours here through tunnels particularly The said lance being .........K| at the data of ATUANTA.For .
railway
journey the l Issuance. of such certificate la the name of CHASE CO., PROPRIETORS. ;J. -HOAKD.AGENT,
,A where we should at leant spend as a good Table D'How dinner G.C. llubtm.Unlanaaalil. .. \ .. .
many days we cross the Arno river was sorted: sod Justice done It.After .. certificate. hall. be redeemed aceordlnir call on or writeJAMES'- 01'' reservations We will have ready fpr next Fall and Winter planting a general
Palace. tn tax deed will lame thereon on
to the Putt. This building was: dinner we concluded to pick: our law
ha intR day o( December, A. D. 1DU6. assortment of Orange and Gr.pelrulTreell o( all leading varle- .,.
begun In 1440 by Luca Plttl. and enlarged way through the narrow" alleys and Wittier. mY official signature and teal. this FREEMAN. ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon. and '
'' a century later by the MediciThis see the town I expected to fall Into (I"ICALJ the 7th day o.Novemb. D. 1K -. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from tassel pests of kind.,,

/ palace is connected witbthe, I me of the canals every minute but Clerk, L.1:0-.011 LKHLKY.fonrt.Opreola . Dist .Pass' Agt.. Jacksonville, Fla. All budded from bearing trees la our groves and therefore any true. to ,

Ufflsl Gallery that. we havs-Just 'visit- escaped. A visit to Ht. Marcsquare County, Florida name. ,Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
'ed by a covered over the Ponte historical where an hour wan, .
way a spot eyW.B.ffARWKLI..0.C. I Done and our trees are .. fine as money and twenty years' ex*
c: (bridge Vecchl It oontalos several spent II.LeaIIiR the music.thereB; ...o.-- _._ ._ h_..-.. 3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQCXW.L.vanDuzor&Co.. penance can produce. We are making( a specialty this season of
', bu..4red. most of theminasterpleoes Italian army ban-l, the
paintings famous California Valencia Late which Is destined' to become
;' Twelve hours1 are we returned our hotel and retired.In Petition For Final Discharge. the greatest money-maker In Tlorlda. Our Valencia buds'came .pr"' I

', from room to room I saw my Dutch. were' several aroadol.ulled U. ... Dtaraicr Cocar. ( _-' I producing the best. Valencias In California. '."'t, ,
friend who bad received the sharp with singers the gondolas illuminatedwith OOUTHKBM DISTRICT or FlioBIDA.tIn
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end of my umbrella against his digest lanterns. 'J, They kept up the slog- Ro W.J. Warinr._ea WarmsDry. Oo da.eo.. Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Ootha Fla.. or call and.see our Nur-
nlera\
I t the organs. He i ecognlced me, but. log until midnight./ I arose and looked In UM matter of Petition for''Inai!, DtaeharceiOn I I B ;R O=K E R '8 'series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. t i
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did not. ... pleased. He was lookt"IeE'atoDS out. of the window and'If th.ala'ht.. thin tTth day of Novr.. A. D. 106. on readIns . .
of the many paintings of wan not a picture of fairyland I neverexpect the tlon.It la ordered by '- .
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the Madonna'and child, but I Imagine to see one. In fscL...the. muslo Court that a hearing ba had upon the' some :' It
he took: more Interest In me. We next lulled me to sleep and I did not seem th. 10th day of December. A. D. 190*, before sold 'REAL ESTATE | '-
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Court at Jackaonville.' In said dlatrtet at tan
" VJ'vi.ltmd< the Academy of fine arts; admission to care.If I never awakened. .'!lock la the forenoon, and. that notice thereof AND INSURANCE i /f TflXMOND i 1
1'' ;* 1 franc, Sundays\ free but. it be ubllab..Un the Klo.lmmr: Valley Oeaetta. a 1
vvr Is still Thursday and I must settle. nannpeper published In aaid district and that all ONANO"S/fOL- r<
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Always Was Sick.. creditor*and other paraon*in Interest may .
Here Is a beautiful collection of stat* *..Dear at the said time and I place to .how eauae.
among which .Is the original When a man says he always was' If any they._ why. t.he prayer of the sold peti. FOR EVERY roortMCTORfES '
'u"J. 1 Anglo's David which formerly sick-troubled with cough that. lasted donor hould not be........... l
And It.further........ by the Court that th. .. ,
stood In front. of the Palazzo Vec- him all winter-what would you think Clerk ahall end. by mall to all known credltora no- deaaAa-0uA,altta4ra/kalkaAc
ohio;and here also is seen all of the If he should say-he never was sick: tied aaid petition and thla order addraaaed to r :" "
plaster oasts of his other great. works. since using Ballard's Horehound them at their place of raaidene*aa _t.ecL Locke M. TILLER 'yst
Wltnaaa the Honorable Jamea W. ,
We next takea look at the Campanile Syrup. Such a man e..I.. .... / I ad.. of the laid Court,and the aealSSAI. ',
4 unrivalled work of< Giotto It, Is Mr. J. C. Clark. Denver Colorado ( .) thereof at Jaekaonvllla.' itt said dUtrlet.known ". =J Real
'. ':-.292 feet high covered with many col'ored writes, "For years I was troubled,\ witha on t.he.1'7C111 da1'of NOn'. A. D. 19J9. Estate Agency: 'I
lAKES W, LCCII!: ,
, 'Ii marbles and adorned 'with statues severe* ooogh that would last me all A trop copy Judae.ttaatl < :..... .
and relfefs by celebrated j artists; winter. >This 'coup. left me in a nv BIG :
1 tt costs about. ten cents a piece to miserable condition. tried Ballard's E. O. LOCKE:,Clerk. < Realty bought and sold. f
.. LAis
'mount those two hundred odd steps Uorehound Syrupand have'not had a .J Houses rented.

\t ''besides thel.hor. BO stood on the sick day slnoe. That's what. It did for We make every style of, shoe that :"
'bottom step aVid glanced up and me., Sold by Robersons Pharmacy. Non- esident Notice. i Taxes paid and Titles ver- .
ified for non-residents. I worn. That is one reason why we -
credited myself with one frano saved. Bavairm JtrMRiAt. :

.,tTbe izt object of Interest that we WANTED: by Chicago', wholesaleand .. O.d.oLA Ctaoyn.I *" Cb.-7. "! Fire, Life, and Accident In. can givcJp"u better.' value for the f'r :
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wUltsf was the church of Santa Orooe; mall order assistant. Tnaodora O. B Ir_ComplolaantlEar. liw surance.
manager -
t takes loJ2 4 and.oompleted In 1442, (man or woman bO""t)for this v county ,Baratt'= 'Hoffrout.: Defendant.' I.. lndomnity.Bonds.Wa money in Diamond Brand shoes '1 ,

.' 1.8 years to complete it. This and adjoining $:nand aAdarlt appemUd to't .. '
territory. Salary ItapaeaHncbr -blll
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in factories
than i is possible
j' making
church oootalns the tomb of Michael .. . .
expenses paid weekly; expense alas .la OM abe atataa eeaee that Ems Earrettloffman. --.w.w''v -- .
:Anclo( who was burled'' here.. 'ToeCDOaonaMiUjafJlaoM the defendant therein named Boa.teakUnt +
'., notedpersonages mODelad"anced. Work pleasanhpoal-; of the tats of Florida and a raaldentoftho8tatea only one kind of, shoe. lr',
and other
tion permanent No < Maw err-tha oftmauUxme .. ......,. ,
. f. ere Invesuaentorexperieoe = age ' ., / ; n ">'"- ).' |i'j H"; i''"" < ,k" > ?( M._ -
.., tt la ordered that
yeara:
, ...... The church uLoreazo i nearbare Wrltea\.OII08lor required. Spare full particulars time valuable.and enclose.elf aald required uen to leafclaiit. .tejtbe.,.... taannd bill of complaint aha .. old hereby. I.sold ..., ? As w. operate 'fin large plant, subdivided late ...... i 3 3.shy
and appear
perhaps an boar ts spentbore -adressed Address. 7th of factories, Inch of leather CM b. utiliatd la
envelope. seas ea or before the day. .January. every t
: ,The tombs 'of toe famous .
A. Do aM tIt W. L. W INN
OENEKAU
Medici family are b.....': 'It Is getting MANAGER 134 E.Lake la farther ordered that thla ardor be nub.Hahedeocee some department and W*'.r* enabled lo grade our leather ,;
8t CbI
oo tepvM-ds night. and we take, a., cab .Jjf Jro"a ....a.-. *!. II.I..II.P.IS 20-18t. week for four eonaaeuUe we.fca In ,P es.ioL.N.ND.v.oaoN.: 'to produce uniformly the highest quality without w...*..
tho Ktaaunmea Valley Oaaetto. a aewepaper pab- .
stud drive ana' to the Casa'.Guide Veiled In...... County aad ttate.m. ., ; '," I.
> aoaw the residence of ,Growing the A .Barjam.Orange ..Nev. 9nh.1901. ':" r It Is In .... Plaata 8 Felloe and JC'I;, LRefJ17.: ' .i -. :",, !t :. ":" .t, 4 Auk your dealer for Diamond -
poet.
as... .fc. PtaM lMas. at visited, grove of 350 'bearing trees .Clark Circuit OourC6y ............._ ... l1t '
> .we with W. R JOHNSON. '
.is' W nuW, Mt' &M 1, Angelo'tMo.O4ln pineapple patch, dwelling and Deputy Clerk. <> .--. -.-. '.'i t'.t ---" "
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barn. Present crop Included U sold for >, .roM'; .,"'" { :- .,-" .,"f BiEYiD"SfiOCMAKCRr
...... the Via Ohibelllnaoootalns I. W'OLIVES, SolwHor. Complainapt, iW, "., V44
soon J. M. WILSON .
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a small coUeotion of pictures ; *
and antiquities.-.We nest visit'.the ; '
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'house of Dante where''be was born In I Notice. .JJU. WE MAIrE MORE F/NESffO' THAN ''

, 1286. It ,. in the Via Dante Allghlen CITY BARBER SHOP All peraoni having claim acelnat tha .. .... of ,
i r i Vo.' E.; In this neighborhood are ,. Annl. L Parker,deceaaed late of the County ofkeeeola. ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WEST.

many residences of prominent. peopleof WILL OUYTON..arb.r. State of Florida will pteaant. Admintatra-the aame.roperly Office over Osoeola Pharmacy.
p attaated to the underalaiMd "
historic Interest who' many, many '- toe within.... time prescribed" by low otherwiM HOuas t 9.a.. to 12"m.
.years ago passed away., We. drive the seine will be forever barred and all peraonandebted 01"Jl'J0lC :. f 1.30 :
across the river ArDo; which is Now Open for Businessin.Patrick's toaald' state will make immediate Bat w6.30p. m.I
spau- \ tlement. CKO. F. PARKER. ; Telephone No. 7ft Jun 6. Ivr, -
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ned by many ancient ;brld.re.. The Stand ..
Old Admlnlatrator oIlEiota. of Annie L Parker." : '
ttrv Boldest Is the Ponte Alle Grazie built. July Wth, 1800, }'/ ",I-JulUrJa-ra- -.--- .
In 1235. The Ponte Veooblo built. in :

'1962 la remarkable for Its double line NEW CHAIR T V M. RIVERS M. D.. ,

fof shops T iere are also two modern NEW: RAZORS, i IA On.r.nte C.... for Pile*, Phyalclsn and SitrKeosi.

*a nenslon bridges of Iron.'tbe lower, Itching, bjlnd) bleeding', vrotrudiug WITH KISSlMaJKB ERUO: COMFAXT.PHONBSrwffIceJ :
t one l leading to the. Cascule or park of ,NEW EVERYTHING Piles. DrujrsrUu are authorized to '' #
41 Kealdeace, .a
i Florence, a.fa yortte promenade esj refund moneyIf PAZO OINTMKNTf: .!!.

j -1'Iclal170D Sundays; We now make .Satisfaction to cure in 6. u> 14 dava., 0o.6O K..I...., yLA. ...
our way back to our hotel and enjoy (Guaranteed.... .
/. good dinner after' which. stroll ,
through the principal shops and re =OR. .NO r AV.' DR. LESLEY: W. WEEDON.
k '
tire. YEARS
'- -
In the''morning: at. '10:46 we taketrain - EXPERIENCETHADC 8PKOIALI8TYK.

t' [ for Venice and In order to reach PA.VANSAGNEW, BAH NOSE AND THROAT.

this city from'Florence,' the railway Private : National
,
must pass through->forty-BT< tunnels !" I I ATTO NKYJ AT LAW.,.,,... $ 1 Bank gospital'American'Jr, Tampa Fla.
ut through the Appanlne range -of I 1-
mountains. Some of 'these tunnels r: AND NOTARY' PUBLicKISSIMMEE; ti'veitt11t! !

'are five miles through. In'' the compartment ; FLA DR. 'OH AS. O. ,ORR,
with my wife and myself are IttAllasDslowe

two young ladles from Fall River, ,-, .NTI.Tt

'J.i Mass.4 U.: 8..A.. who were just returning ..1REVIVO . . ..na/paas
t't from China and on theirway Aerooa seeding a ifcatoa.. aad-, Office in Van Duzor Building;
wkather
ejiiiokly _
remain an
1 1 '-'$o c London.. I certainly thought I RESTORES VITALITY IDO_ .oar lumm O"'D"'Lf-l fssssaent It RYE
Phone No. 76.
OI4 ad
; would strangle to death before we irot. free. aaencr for aeoaruiaTBateeita. .
, through all of "these tunnels We Patent* ta ken tkroofh: 11_. A00..reoaiT* ....
\ .d. - - ) pvaa pnrchaaed the entire( output of the rygtal
e a gmtdadios, wltnoetebami., lathe HAVlNa
!
luncheon
ibad bad and 'to
+ no oo place
Distilling Co., we are now In position t
C get a roovthfnl. but after we had gotten WelIBanTHE r ScitNtlfiic .Rmerka t. .J%1\1. ,WiLLSON, JR. to offer this celebrated brand of whiskey as '

away from these'. Infernal tunnels : p. .A.----1" I-arveat err.outaUoa _: S NOTARY PUBLIC... 'l' long as It las U, at the toUowing greatly reduced figures: '
our acquaintances in the compartment of Me. any aotenuae tnarnia. Term*.W a .
.1.
"S with ns spread out a lunch ''oonsUtlog Ca.31Ei>B "1' OoVa byali ewadeaten. l' STATE AT LARGE;) ... 4 -ITtsll Qunrt9 $3.2O

, of chicken (broiled) and many other a.... ".;" C;> M1IlO! :is:: ':!!!J nrk' Real Estate Agent,... ; ,

': lathings eaually as nice in which1 we .-.a-a. _-Itota SO elar*. It aeM KISS1WMEE.: 4 ,FLORIDA. 8. Full Quarts,,,, 9O.25 ..' b r't
were Invited to share, and, we did It S-l..mms.....uIokb'.C1Iree1Ie..ethers lalLrcealB ij 12"Full Quarts $9.OO I' .
without any oompuncttoa.: After a Tear their loa ....._.aael "'"; # .
eld men may 'snore their ;
ride of about nine hours we reached ulna; UKVIV4X It' quickly youthful and quieOy Tin by EXPRESS PREPAID ,
reOTMI ,
FnH Namelaxative
Remember the
l' i" one of the most isctnatlrg 'oltlna, of N a.L..tPo aw. vitaa!.*. Beimel AlWays + ; Crjrsitavl Sprintf Sour; Mavsili, Wht.k.q, -' r' ti
tbe world. It of the uo ,
Venice. is'
/ one :
: : : '
.and of .:1..li, is deUdoos and '
\" ; 'q ollies. to which U I. Impossible to do Uurooehly aged, mellow smooth as velvet. This U a
iGw laajMreMaa. walea aOta oae lavreaealavdlaeeM. '
Inetloe In lee. than a week or tea d.... _bsseat l.as sarsa tare opportunity to sopply yourself with a fine high-grade whiskey. 'r.
usI.a
:The city Is built on a cluster of small ...... . ... .rent BromoQummeIi 14 1g/mllrtTTA, tl'Ht1tLT I"
.
\ Islands In the. lagoon of 'the same bank u.. plk.wts.ead. ayid....lwtDdJul....__ A. SAMUELS ,'Co. ATtWUTTA. GEORGIA> >< I
.Da.....' This lagoon U asperated from .wring&lie a.. eI....... It ward. .. s... '
,' the) Adriatic. Sea bv a long marrowsand ".. laalatoaaaTtaii aaBCVrras Cold in One Day Grip HI Two. I atMO: aTOR OUR[.ATtsT CATALOOUIC "
..
bank:, divided by several. inlets o.asr..pr. pskaf.,0'5tfrSL.OO. We Iry _
.of which the on* known M the Porto St-re fie*.......aad coeaael M all wa*wlak I*, '. (
with......-. Circulars I IIf ,
V ,;dl IJdo was anciently &be main en- free Address A
, for sbf ..There at least lOYAL,MEMCMI co.. StaraM Mea, CWaass. at, Ml4:. i4OIIE Esc. '
; uaiatit pe. are ) : ; k
v- ,
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.,.a.monKthem'hundred' ',VaoeUan tntt'ah.: .' islands"JRIalto,,'chief from Etaslmmee For sale in Drug,Clsslmmee Co., druggist., Fla.-by.- .the : , WE KEEP" A, COMPLETE, LINE J (OF) THE BEST .


1 whttaifae. famous .bridge cieri... its ..-. .. . t Has. 'Stood The Test '25 Years '
"oatae.f:: Ibogrnndcatealwlnd. through ; WINES '
. 'ANlfBEER.
WHISKEY
Uw elty in a double carve dividing ,It ' ,
lees two unequal parts, and. It ''La"the F1 I,
safe tbprou.rbfarax la foot a "Marine UlllIIn1tA ; :

F ..'......,." .There are besides ,'UtteOrtaaa GIt V S :

,Os>nal .,.146 .I aaalUr" .caoaU, --'errol. .4asn-sort ; : : WHITE ROSE SAt .oNJJ'

vbaam fcmi the oetwork: of.streets oo ...i...'"tr.s: : : ., I
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