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: January 4, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00262
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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dent of the Gainesville\ district, with 'a' .
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.. i The Florida' Railroad Commission Includes" the Mine, .from ''Pfae .. / ..' . .
has Issued an Important order regardk .Gainesville to St. Petersburg: t ,,11 to. ..
E.> L. Spencer to be1' IUperlnteDd.Dtof : ,
IDa railroad shipment and providing W. Ballard le crop -oF- 0
k the Jacksonville terminals and the W. shipping. bt. .. ,
the punishment for .unnecessary delay of oranges from Mlmt. I
*. .The. order Is as follow.. : from'Jacksonville to Newberrr : As yet orange groves' Around 'San'
l Order No.,in. J. F.'Council Lakeland, to be: perlliteDdeoao'Lbe I Mateo! show no sign of damage from .J -,
Office of tbRallroad'Commtslo dl.r.leL1.wltb headquarters 'dry wttther. *" : .
of tbe State of Florida.In at Lakeland His ,territory L. Dry Goo4'
.will .include the lines from .High B. Bailey. of San Mateo, betted ; '
the matter. of tbe ...meDdmat'of Springs to Fort Myers. . $ ,%) a strap for tangerines. sent. to ; ;
r'' the rules and regulations'of the Hall- The Atlantic Coast Line Is endeavorlnj Philadelohla. ,
road Commission by adding Rule 17 to Oneorange grower in the Tltusvllle

'the This"denamrrage matter, coming rules.-"on thts'flayto ,;}both in every passenger way to and improve freight its, ser.vice and orange section will this ship season.over 30,000. boxes of .' ARR'IVING
the above I
changes> expected to -
are accomplish
e' be heard after due notice to ill the Beans cabbage and Irish potatoes : ' t
a great deal In this connec < >
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railroad companies and oowtnon carriers t.on.-Tamp.! Time. are being shipped dally from Mima to .
doing business wholly or in part Dally the northern market ILL 11 L [

within the* State of Florida, and 'the John I,. Beauchain, of- Boston, u , _
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aald railroad companies having. been Jail Delivery at Tavares. becoming Interested in an orahge "ENFORCE J ,
given .opportunity" to be beard and culture at San Maeto and will prcb- TO THE
At /5 o'clock Christmas his ; '
on re- mntm'n"tn'"tnt""nn1"1.n'mt1tmtnrn"n"mm' t '
'the commissioners beta?. fully advised tarn. from Leesburg Jailor Heper went ably put out a grove there' ::
.'.9 'in the Premises.-,. W. ",B. Gray U shipping orange v .
to the jail to lock the In PURE
prisoners lAW.
It i. hereby ordered and adjudged unlocked from the famous Carney afore at '
their cells. He the door to
I .I, that the ruM and regulations of the Lake Weir., This frultlsof especially V, i
the outer corridor and had to
Railroad Commissioners of the State the One quality and flavor, and always \
cage when one of the prisonersthrew I
'; of Florida be and the same is .hereby ; his hand-over Mr. Peper' commands a bleb price. The 1950 '
mended to read as follows: mouth, and without attempting W: M. _Neeld. of Rlvervlew, will overnment Proposes to beActive. '9 'R

By adding" !following. to "demur I barn i the three men ran out.personal of the hip about 3.000 boxes: of''oranges. : \.., ... ,. ,
rage rule.: jail into the yard and"akldoed" over He says the groves In his section, are S .. ;,
17.. Whenever have. been to suffer from the Wa.b1DlrtOalaD1 [ : '
f shipments the board fence and were soon lost to beginning severely' > 3.Fallu. ofa S : rJt; "
received by any railroad company, sight. Mr. Peper yelled and fired his i unprecedented drouth *i' the part of Congress'to make an ap-;
such shipments destined to stations ,The labor was particularly) short propriatlon into effect the
gun but no one wa attracted by .it.Oninvestigation C"I' I ..
tJ within a distance1 of fifty miles from .it wa Mound that and wages. 30 percent hlabe.ban last pure food and drugs act," said 'Di: Wins the Wat1: : s
etartlag point, shall transported to tome friend bed given them several year this season's crop from all U. W. Wiley, chief ot the' bureau 'of }
'destination within two day from' points of view beats'tne 'record, says chemistry ota '
taws by tearing. off a screen aDd' Agricultural Depart == .
,o'clock p. m.t the day ot Issuing the them through the window tied poking to ,a report from Jacksonville, me"", "will delay, putting. Into operation J.j. loj,
'4 bill of lading and In one day's additional the end of a piece of telegraph: wire. An Immense.strawberry acreage has the machinery, for making the 5' :
6, time for each additional fifty They improvised a handle'for the been planted In the Sanford 'section law,effective. It will be a month or ',
d; miles'or fraction thereof, providedthat saws by wrapping'a small stick aroundthe this fall and a large crop is expected .\\i weeks, perhaps two months, before
In computing time of freight In end with_a piece of twine They The first berries should be en the our force can be organized on a workIng ;:: (a
transit. there shall be allowea twenty; sawed the staples of tbe looks to the market soon after Christmas, ] basis. ,Juit'before Congress adjourned G.W.DANN 1aILuLuLuLt1flLwLuLaLaLaLuWLuLutliuLiu1UtU 1-
four bourn at each point>> where transferring door leading into the corridor In two J.W. Fraser, ot.Umatllla. former for the holidays an appropriation '
from one railroad Rr anothev. and took down one of the cell doors turpentine>. operator has purchasedhalf of $260,000 was made to be used
or rehandllng of freight.I I. involved: and used it as a battering ram to of J. Z. Kjxer's 10-acre bearing [ ( enforcement of the law uo to ,')',
it and 1 for failure to transport such hlp- break the slide catch of the big- luck orange grove at Minis, for which Mr. July lit next. I have asked the Civil "
'meat within the time prescribed, 'b.rallroact The escapes.were a white man and two Kyser received a good round sum. Service.Commit*Ion for seventyfiveaddltionaLenaploye 7J 1
[ company shall-forfeit and negroes and'a reward of fifty dollars Last year Arcadia shipped 273,000 to assist In the .. -" V --.S H, 11.
pay to the consignor or consignee the has been ottered: for the arrest of boxes of oranges and grapefruit. work.' As soon as they are certified ,
a, earn of t2 per day on all carload each--Tavar** Herald. Those best able to judge declare that ; and appointed we will ,.e'.to, 'work P
freight, and 1 cent per 100 pounds .per . there will be more than 300,000 ; vigorously. ;" .
day. on package freights and freightsIn I shipped from that point this year. The employ requested will\ be
leas than carloads with minimum. New federal Laws. Florida oranges up January lit chemists and i inspectors. They will be SCEOL '

charge of 25 cents for any package i..ITo'd.Y: are much tweeter to.lute than Cat used not only In Washington but in r; _
provided the shipper makes demandt Washington, Jan. ifornia fruit.. The reason for this Is various parts of the' country. The
therefor in writing within thirty day. the beginning. of'the life of several that the. season In Florida Is earlier list of elUribles will not be ready, per ,
thereafter; provided further,' that In legislative act of Congress of great and oranges are now ripe there, while. haps, before the middle of January orthe S.JHA.RM
t shall the Importance to the nation. ,- S> In California they are not. ' : first. of
i no case penalty on any shipment February. Under the provisions .C :
exceed: the value < ot the goodstransported. There are the free alcohol 1.4'. thepure The Fruit Oro_...' Ice Co. at of the civil service. I.wl a tern . . -, .. .
jl .' The period of time during food law,i the .anti-pass section Gainesville capitalized 'at 150,000 is x>rary force of employes might have
which the movement of trulna Is Interstate commerce law and the modification preparing to build an enormous toe been appointed by the Secretary of : '" ; ' <
suspended for any cause not within the of the navigation laws to simplify plant at that city. When completed Agriculture but it wa deemed Inez- THE DonH when In '
.1 r 'power of the roads" to prevent shall be the enrollments and licenses., this will\ be one of the largest plants pedlent 107pua 'temporaryemploye* ,: forget' us ; '
added to the time allowed herein.. The pure food law contemplate the In the State and will fill a long felt (in places of this kind,. as scarcely '. .. "'" ,
Provided furtherteat the' initial barring fromInterstate commerce want. I would be able to learn their duties LEADING need .of' Anything u; )*'; '
-carrier .b.\\! be held responsible to the foods injurious} to health and the free Around Indlanola crops are suffer before the Civil Service Commission ,
consignor or consignee for delay In alcohol law 1_ intended to assist the log for want of rain. Were U not for presented a- list; for permanent appolntment. ", I' "In' affil '' '

kJa accordance with this rule, and whenever farmers and smaller users of power tohave the heavy fogs that bang .over all at DRUG > ,. .. "hug',, 'u\ .H., ,41I
in the transportation of ayfreight fuel that In its efficiency and cost, night and late Into the forenoon, the It is expected: t.batone; 'or more of '''' '. ; '

which may pass over' two. or shall be cheaper than.gasoline. orange trees would be more Injuredby the Inspectors will be stationed In each STORE: Lirie- :I.. ?
j more line any delay I. occasioned after keroaene. the long drouth :., have State. They will be charged with 'th. ; # ''tid
,, . It has been.promptly offered to >'a The anti-paw provision of thslnter.tat. been. / duty of discovering violations of the ;; .' ',
.connection. by the initial road the '.. commerce law forbid commonosrriers The farmers of Hastings are getting: law. ?aMud bringing them to the attention -
initial road shall recover of the road directly. or Indirectly giving down'to hard work. .They expect. to of the Secretary AgrtoultureThechemists "
? s'.feuhfor, demurrage I paid Incotdance IIQo interstate... tickets' or passes forpassengers get full half-a million for their 'pota will be employed la'varlougovernment' ,JBottte'i' \ : : "i*I
t accept to their employersand ,
+ with this rule. toes next spring In fact, they fell very laboratories to .examine
This rule shall be effective on and families, ageote or carriersand little short of it last season, and they such food products. as may be. sub'' ,':.,\!
after January.., A. D 1907. their surgeons, physicians and attornet's will Increase the acreage this winter, misted to them ". .. '.

Done and ordered by the Railroad to persons engaged in religiousand Captain. John Jones,of Bradento rn, "It la mr d..tre.\d Dr. Wiley'to . .. I ,R",,.)"'
work ..
Commission of the State of Florida, charitable : and to certain has raised a. new kind of ."eet.po&.o work.-so far as may be' possible , .,- ., ..
In session at their office in the- city 01 specified classes.Mrs. . from stock from Dahomy, sent, to the In conjunction with the authorities of --------' -ts.Itt- -.' t
'Tallahassee' Fie.,'this 18lh day of Agricultural Department: The potatoes the various state,many of which pow, I NORTH ,- k ;
December A. D.' 1106. .. J. ,6. Johnson : Dead. are purple color, grow in bunches have. pure food department In KIHm.tME! -\ f .' .t :';, ...,..
J L. MoaaaaAttest at the roots and the leaves 'of the some instances, be \" t yyy.
perhaps,' we may .> ., : ; r. .
.' : AmiDe Chairman Mrs. John B. Johnson died In th. plant.can be cooked. and eaten like able to employ the state chemists. In ,) ) :.,\,. .. '.' ., ,if .J, ...
R.. C. DUNN Secretary. city last night at 8 o'clocIrJ.a the residence spinach. . our work for the. work of both the! / '.. :; ,\11. '
of her son, Mr. W. J.;. Johnson Prof.' Berger, 'ot the SUte Ex. State and national authorities is 'toward i' (3..f1.jtW .::: '''.@ ,. I. ,(, !".7..-.1
321 East Fifth street lira. Johnson perlmental) Station was at Titusvillelast .
: From Newspaper .to Hotel.Mr. common i result. When these '. ,, ', .
,, "
well known week "
was throughout the State, investigating the ravage chemists.. discover Impurity In.-or-adnl-; ...
(.'11... E. 'Emersoa. formerly! and was the wife of Cant. John B. done by the white fly. 'He strongly teratloos ,of, food products they 1
,, president of the Herald Publishing Johnson editor: of tbe Dade City recommended spraying orange trees at will turn their analyses o\ u* and : ,! '- ..--
Company, Tampa, has leased the Sanford 'Dembcrat.'''Dd formerly of the State this time ol tbe year before toe warm the national government will institute '
.House, of Sanford. and will run Legislature from Pasoo county, and weather sets In, as it is easier to get prosecutions under the act. .of Congress Fancy Family Groceries--; :: Fresh. ,Meats,.
'It as an up-to-date tourist hotel. Mr Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives. rid of the fly in winter.; .. .
Emerson U a good newspaper 'mac Oranges are moving from Leesburgvery f''Manufacturers' over the country .
and will no doubt make- success off Her son. Mr. 'w. J.- Johnson! t* rapidly and soon the bulk ot the have been adjusting their business to 4k'a
the hotel business. The Sanford ,00: chief operator ,for the Postal Telegraph crops will be' Eooe.,',Lettuce I. alllO the pure food law, and I am glad to '
respondent the Times-Union : Company this city who has beginning to move; a splendid .crop, be able to say that, 'the majority of Delivery Every Day,at Any Hour.., ;Patronage Solicit, :
'him. the following deserved tribute: the .sincere sympathy of their hosts of It is reoorted, will be raised there this them have-: shown a disposition to .,
.-The citizens of Sanford are congratulating friends throughout Florida in their year. <;'The'' ,many irrigation plantsthat meet the requirement of the law with TTTTT---...------- T.TTT- .... : t1
themselves over, the ao' sad 'bere.yeOlent.-.JaCk.onyflle Metropolis have been installed have'proven: as little objection as could have been ,'IJI

.onftltlon of Mr. and Mrs; Charles E. : . .. to be the salvation of the grower; the expected. Most of tbe manufacturers :-- ._-, f3Y
,Emerson, of Tampa, who have. lease .M.... Johnson tees well known here, crop is assured and it now depends on. tffeoted by thelaw are honest. 1 ,
the Sanford Uouea and are I putting I' having filled the position ,of Assistant the market as to the size of the -grow- Many articles of food that were bad .
In first-class order to entertain the big Principal in the Osceola,i'High er's bank'aceounL' were put on the market tinder the stress
; influx of tourist now dally arriving School during the 1905-()( term. She The owner of some630aoresof marshland of competition. Tbe manufacturers of i : i
hr.-l1mer.oo is an old newspaper man was recognised as one of the leading east of Pernandlna' purpose to these already have changed theirmethods C. A. t ARSON, Pr*.M.Bt. 'fy.C. !aTdwIleotetiryt. '
having established .the Fort Pierce. educators of the State, and has always build. dyke 1,200 feet long to reclaim 'too accord With the1 law, ,* % fr .. -f!
News some years ago\\ and after placing taken great Interest' in school work.. I it from the sea. Major Cassias M because they know the (law will be s i :==:===: T ::EI;. E +

ro it on a strong financial basis, ''be The deceased lady! bad m.D1'warm Glllete willj perfect the plan The protection to them as well as to the
? went to Tampa last winter aud purchased friends here who will regret to learn. Fernandina Star. says the'marsh lands consumer* Some men, perhaps, will
a controlling' interest the of her death. are rich and expects the proposed try to evade the law, Those are the Waters '& Carson Grocery Co
Tampa Herald. This paper he placedon -. ,. work bring "a new and Important fellows jre are after, and we "will be I :
a solid\ bass, and after consolidatingit .'.. 'Dr. trucking Industry to Fernaodlna and ..ble. under this law, to get them. It.
with the Tampa I/ally U lobe he .Golstein Coming.' add largely to the population" The affords absolute protection to the hon' WI.I..i.'ea4 R.t.ii: tie J.n i.- ,'.+ W-'

disposed of his Interest at a good margin Dr. R.; "olatela. .the celebrated march U overflowed. at present by high manufacturer and tbe Innocent

andooncludlng hewourd feed body optic specialist,' who, visited !'jKIsclmmee tides..:.-:New York Produce News.. consumer, and through the "Agri GR..QO.ER: IES:; :
Instead of mind for a change bat Invested cultural' Department' ,
soon as we .
last winter will\ arrive today ...
r his ready cash, in tbe J10t.e1.Sbould for a week's.". Into advertisement. Proof of Poor-'Service., get our'force into working shape ", . - '
he manage Ibis branch with in another column of this he both of these classes will be given ;.
paper. '
As proof of the service which '
a poor '
t -the same ability ihatcharacterlaed his offers his services. to the .people of justice., f ) coU1fyy..OBria FO i-va -ftClrcaUr
iv 'newspaper: life, %e will ,a'on. rank Kisslntmee. Dr., Golsteln did con the railroads and steamship-lines havebeen .
giving, some of the tn '
among the first 'of hotel .flen. His siderable work here last winter,,, and, Florida have packed tbel..frul.grower.,, and (. 'The Joyof : 'A Y' CHATE3"\ MS
friends both in tbe North .
numerous so"far as we have heard entire "n, Cfalebruted( Pertilizeris
gave'. left It. in the for considerable living 1. have : I : '
and South ,,1\\ that their tickets. satisfaction. grove to rood health.Use I y J ',
'" length of lime At the same time they Herblne and will have bushels of J :
-read via Sanford In at they be i"
may .It there 'anything with E.
and of those wrong would ship some of 'the lame fruit joy. Yon need not be blue, fretful, and i 0.jHIDES ; ,:)
able to stop enjoy one price. '
you'd better him ... -
1 your eyes ; give a packed at the same time and under the have that bad mouth. ___ '
idcalmeala up In like Michigan bis mother'ueed when she was toprepare trial.; Read his. advertisement. same conditions North and while the Try a bottle of taste Herblne In'your, a. positivecure .. ..... ..... .. .......t.... ,//Its ': little Emersons. TJnlesa fruit that was kept In the groves packed for all\ lifer complaints. S, EJHar- ,
fine Honda Beef. retained, Its good condition the rell .Austin ,Texas; writes1 i .
,/' -the Hepburn bill Interferes, Emersonn ., ; > : ,
may. be depended upon to issue pastes Mr:G.'A; Beach, of Ashton JA ,'furnished 6ther fruit when It reached this markes have used Herblne for, over a : [ :WQDi f :
to all bit newspaper friends, all of the local market, Christmas waft wactyi like the bulk 'of the ::1..1 and find it a One, regulator. I i ., FUR'S. :*. ; :; ; :
Florida stuff which here.. This
whom regret lose him from a Held comes ly' recommend tt a* a fine medicine
with one of tbe finest beeves that has .
show* conclusively that the fault is
Sold Robes-
x . In which be" "''was.capable' ,' fair"'and ever been slaughtered 'In South 'Flocida not wlthUuPfrult Itself but Is with the eoD'.Pbannael.Dyspepsia., by CJoulatry: hrodiuce: : a Bpeoierlty

.,generous... ,.; .. . ,I :' The animal was 'of the shorthorn service given by the 'transportationlines. c. ... i :;:
and Mr Beaob bad been '
r \ breed ,- .' Receivers feel that it Is time '
New ,A., C L" Appointments fattening it for some time The.4\ beef, that lobe Interstate Commerce Commission Sun ..Brother's Show., . K
i The''following<<- 1mportaD' when dressed weighed BIO pounds, was taking a hand In this matter 'Sun :' "
appointments Bro. show gave'.
two jfoo4prerorm..noe.
which be sold to the market for' .
6j '
':, for the Florida division have .and sea if some way could<< not i bede..iled here on1'' New xYear'aclay .
? announced the Atlantic CoastXiloe cents per pound.bringing, him $69.64. whereby the transportationlines All.TIle WortdV }4
been The bide 81b 00 to fairly large audiences. 'Thla '
brought making a
It, railway Iota 1 of 974.64 for one beef. The lifer business be'of say,pd Florida from ruining. show Is a general favorite In Kis- Is a stage, and Ballard'.' Snow XJ.nlment FAEepI lam(
dt 0 H. Page to be superintendent of from the beef "weighed 24. pounds.MBi'iard's ., the the growers.Freightrates'are .lIIm.aoel for
blEb..ooa..h .
'Aransportitinnofthe third division Thle .eaeon'they have added It has for
many no superior Rheumatism
i _*, good service and there Is" no 1 s...Ors ta...
.-with b.adqa.ackl/ nUle.. t reason new features which combine. to make stiff Joints, cute' sprains 'and all MHSIMMNf -e..p
A. P.;Connellyr to be superintendent Wand.llr. why this should tot" he given. Most it better than ever, and the fact that palna. ,Buy It, try it.,..04', you will
of the trouble I I. with the southernlines ,
:ot' Jacksonville division; with do '
toey not allow gambllngoo the always use IV ha
any : .Anybodywhff rwM
,headquarters el Sanford. HI terrl.. and Mrs.' t... H. Cohoon and as tbe P. ,R.. R deliver ears \rgrpuadj Is appreciated by their used Ballard's Snow titnlment'la .a tr....w rwr.r:rrr
F f tory will Inclu-the main line pf, the Mr and Mrs..W.W.. Cross 'visited here In Good time aria It guts them at 'patrons. living proof of what It' does. Boy, a mime sn.e.t ...

'" i road from' Jacksonville ,U Sanford Tampa and St.: Petersburg last week, Alexandria.t-N.! . y.: Produce News.. -{,. Tbe featly clean one end trial bottle.' 2.5e.50o and IUIO.\, Sold .
,J ,' "r aid lobe branches,running from S&II.k Mr., R. J.: Foster; sod Miss Mar ant lady or child can, 'attend. it' with by Roberson Pb&rlll8Cl7:;: :" ,\ 1'For' Stte ly; Osceete.' hat
+ M It, ,
:" ,., :ford to.Trllbj.and: Sanford( ,to, leesBiggins'to garetJ.Rodgerwfrom Orlando, spent ,.b.1 .Leonard Williams :'went impunity' \ : i\
I. .y ........ r. .. Christmas at Mr,. Ira Wetberbe*. down w'1.akfl..nd'I..a'. night on a4 ** "'" '" ' "' 'r...,
\. .J. .' : ba kn l nteodeht r1 Mr. Fred r Harvey """ ,pndlng lab abort bushes trip. Daring .his. absence y ''Henry-Fountain .baa nin..ed'hl.. ear- . -\*.Rest?, alwjaas Mist this Oliveowera afternoon 'went. to

'1";" of tbe ,.Sanford district., wife beaderters. -'S"holiday_. .., vacation. 'with bta parent.. ,i Heery!\ LOverau' . fa actlojf_. penter nhop Into the building\ 'recently Furnished't'aoqt' ,,,for''algbs'boaes ffteM.1f..IIeW..b.J.-to ,110.
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(!: '- ; Mf Sanford; His territory, F- II>e1lwQsrN. marsbaLp., Jack, '
vaatedby Hancock's
. ; tannery. keeping at Mrsf Russell's,' 'tf er "
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\ had, slipped .couple -of, sovereign" ,
r' P" ERIL Into-'hi/* hand "There's: !

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"The' moneys/ air., the five thousand 52 a

; pounda "bl1t( w. -'taken-out of'tbe'box, j. '" '
RIGHARD7.PA.RDON He'tras asked about it and nil/ 'the SNOW aliVe tva's:'a strange"". emlle) Baltimore ,

tIe could' hardly have, spent, ., !it in thetime" Cctta Sucd e,
tude e* the
i "' === OR-==;== . jillT** there none found on him?" '' The t ?1
"ITiere wasn't a brgss farthing found spat

VICTIM' OF CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE onMm'and; what is more his clothes the dead
,1 were'In rage, and the' doctor said, be with three : .... : i,4 t
1'' __,. must have been '
: without food for more J'O.IU. JuTlSK.CUTS
pitals or ,STRAINS.'
than two days CURE wo S0 3, CORNS, BUN.
from '
'By. IB..JBflflUHiM L. F .A..RJEO r r "It 1* indeed! stranger' remarked In !the '. \ .' bug CALLS, BRUISES, CONTRACT- "
I will with STfI11 cTS:
go you to (the stallon"I frbLum IlACII" JO riO m lift?; ,
r ,saw my wife before I left the bcftfse.; pletely :. 1
a ttUJEU:? .:t.totimn.nHl.CItttLtH1J: ''
JJ. J'O "You look better Itlclutrd.;'.she said. coaches, \ ' -

P1nrn1mnnQnQ'nnn, : : t:rQ'Q-fl n QQQ'lfQ: (:[nrn'c\fin\ ffflnoiselessly "I the am incident befter.t In I; replied.It has .removed"Terribleas a the fit-vein local of" driye. out;,PaIn.that .totN Irritation" sabduesanfi.ts.: :

.C1-tArTER "Xl.. t,. to the door, swiftly tin weight from my heart. When the last .aI'e'cXIe the Pore, loosens the Flbrcras'Tissues, pro- '
( Continued, locked It. and tlirfew it suddenly'openI seine of this' awful tragedy is enacted nay reach circulation the Blood, giving the Muscles natural

...'1;'Word about my: uncle's' ",m. None saw 110 one but flle. Roselle who we win seek another home. Much\ as. I l-Ie .... .' .

L* being,found, It.w... for,foe, lit next of i must Just have passed She turned her love tbl pl/' .has now become hateful .scenes at
kin, to'take' out letters of-adinlnlstra- head and slightly! bovrod.; I nodded i to< me." :;where
.tion: But I delayed to do say and myjwlfe and .locked myself again In my room\ This, I 'knew,''waa in accordance with assist ''th(!'
Approved of'the delo).- We both There I remalnd! -till evening, when my the ifliues, of my wife, who never of time OF PARALYSIS
,.. considered that any sign' of baste wife knocked,at the door and called tome passed, the room in which" my uncle men''' with { I
Iwould be indecent Menuwblte, I of In .a voice of eltreuie agitation was., murdered without a shudder I and '1'alnte 8. Bailey, P, O. True Texas, write.: ":1Iy ,
b tered n large reward for the apprehension "It I I. .comin; .". I thought, with set told her what bad learned from tho friend had been suflerlng five years with paralysis in
,at 8amueI1l'JeetW:00f1.: and the bills teeth'a* I admitted her. Her face was detective of the condition of Samuel, I strewn' when was persuaded to raw Ballsnl's.
'' white her FleetwoOd and .she Liniment which: effected a complete" car*. I'
.:were posted throughout the country. baud trembled her voice ; whispered that it
Bo things went on. until a'' fatal day hook a* she spoke would be''merciful 'if be were to die railroad Officials) also..used. It does it for the old work.sores, frost bite.' and sUn
arrived.. "The detective wishes to see you' before his trial and.that she hoped and ara
It weal Thursday It lad happened Richard.- prayed he woulddle, repentant.I Lion of the -ON EARTH ONCU"' TRICB ALWAfS USKO t
I.. that on the very day ou which my "GoodGod!I""Rlchardl" did not share her hope tbat Fleetwood purpose of '
t uncle met late death my luilf-yearly al- cried my, wife, laying her would die in prison. It was my for the. REE SIZES: 25c, 5Oc eel 1.00

t Jow.nCtt. due, and his London law hand upon my .arm., "Wh t is the wish that be should"be brought to trial General SNOW LIINIMBSTT CO. ;
yens had sent it to my bank on the matter and found guilty? after that I'should' erated ST. LOUIS. U. 2;. A. .
previous bight Thus there wa to my I ""Nothing-nothing," I stammered. econtent that he 'should die before at the ' ) ,
!-'credit' a eo,' But 1 was "What should be tbe matter? .Let the the just sentence of the law was car-' "signal i .s
', alto largely In debt- The expenses at- officer com in." fIn rled out. But at the prison my Inexora. passed! bero :'
7l)I ''iendant upon my uncle's visit, certain point of fact be was already the lo'wlh' melted Into thin air; It was gengrer train BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY:
of 1111'own recuJar'expenses, and the passage; I beard his footsteps' there. destroyed b7 'a hlghct'than a human crlnteudent '
charges* for the funeral which not out Involuntarily-my: band wandered toward 'adee-Samuel Fleetwood was dead! obeying \ at ROl3ER5ON'S DRUQ STORE.KISSIMMEE 4

''of ostentation, but of respect, I had tbe pocket which contained the. I lie died quite peacefully, sir,"- sold home at :
made Imposing, remained uoderrayed. ring and the cord. ". ',.r" the Inspector "with a smile upon his ble green -
t-'.The accounts for all these bad come in, "Itook the liberty of following your lips. He must have been In a queer .Ing no .. '
''and "resolved to discharge them on wife, sir,", said the detective pushing state of mind after what be-did, to say, Todd ,
Friday It bad'.ever: been a habit of open the door, 'the business. being almost with his last breath 'I go to blame '
mine to pay what owed In cash Instead pressing" join my beloved wife! v
1 of by check: :... The bill amounted "Leave us," I laid to my-wIfe. She "Did he make no further confession?" and crew of BOT7TB

,J to a lam of between five and- six: bun obeyed wlth'aIong, solicitous look atm I! asked, confounded by the news. ben cf the ,.
idred, pounds, and on the Thursday I *. I turned to the detective". "Welir "I believe he did' sir," replied! the shortly attar
.r:. refer to>-I drew out,, 'of' the-bank, by "An important matter, sir," said. the inspectors; "the clergyman will produceIt ing.held to LILLIE, STEAMER: ROSEADA..
check ,one thousand pounds., Part ofT detective, "Samuel Fleetwood<
t the extra': money T Intended tn give toys ." be held on him. When he left- --, the- Hlldelrand' ; : trios to Baulnpr, *'*A return. T>nA&.!>.,,_ Blida.
wife toward Eunice's =wedding trous-; prison -understood he was going; to lend, ; ; and arrives r.J"llDm..Jrld.7.--

/seautbe preparation of ,which would .CHAPTER: XII. .., your bouse." ductor; Trips to Lake Okseowobee and Tort liters on the LUll*.
i assist to healthfully divert her,mind., ."Caught! I echoed, my voice scarcely "We did not meet him," I said, look. liam A. atloa for pafsengmrs. Rate reasonable
Since the day of my uncle's death I rising above a whisper. At that moment Ing helplessly around; "we came Gazing \ Wtterwayln Florida 'I
bad not been outside the boundary of I felt my fate was banging In the straight here." baN.of his and Freight Rates apply to
'my;grounds except to 'attend, the 4n-' balance; > "It's no use"worrying, air," said the Engineer
quest and the funeral and bad there.forenot'mixed , nspector. ".With Kleetwood's confes.. CLAYJOHN80N, SR., Proprietor t
"Not exactly, caught, sir, said the emotion to t
; usual Ion end death there is an end of the Onboard."U1U. Klisimme. 1'1.I. ,
: as wltb' the detective in a tone of vexation, as "meat. "It .- .
townspeople.. On my way I exchanged though not tbe matter but the mannerof affair"Nodding; vestlgatlon." __ -lD -"
.i:; salutations, with 'one another, and It'' the Incident displeased him "lie I retraced my' afepand lieve that, r
track me that there was a lack of has 'given Ltmeelfttp." on the lawn In fconi.jolray house' I to say' and, I O .0
r .,.;:cordiality In their'greetioga; In.some "How did It happen?" was acoosteU by Mile Rosalie. was." I .. ,

i .'''P'of' soy r acquaintances.! Indeed there "I was in tbe.police station with the "A cleJ" "man' has been here to see Before he -Or*'
seemed to be a certain aw ldanee'l This inuspector when you sir" 'she said., "and let this packettoryou"
a .in :
mall 'came or ne tr.made
Impression followed me to'the ban] ; rather.staggered In. 'Wo bad 'to catch
"wltn the manager at which I generally him to prevent, him from falling, and I took It' from her hands and would declared: that Would Correct
pent afew moments In pleasant con- h mvpnssed on, but there was something .was .
we thought of
; se, that he ,was
,v Tersation when I bad transacted my drunk.. Not a bit oft it. Nearer dead In hu'fa'e which awoke within see It, cuing
i I business mo In the fullest force the feelings of Jlllton, V. Many Evils
there. I-wrote oat my' cueek than drunk. With a face like the' face '
for one thousand pounds, and passed It ot disapproval I bad long entertained toward Is also, held
ghost and<< worn ,to ,a skeleton!
a across the-connter! o the cashier who When be, could speak be said ina, her precinct, ,. !I'r
took" late.the manager's/ room.. I was voice: .. ire-1,could hardly hear it was "Mlle. Rosalie," I'said, "I am About meat train ( Claws, the New".Yorlr Banker. .

,, hot.arprietd'tsthla-deviation from so. faint! My name, la.. Samuel' Fleet- to exercise authority" which* properly board at a ; -..'- ...:,., .
ordlna".eu.tom.l.; the''check-being the wood.. 'I have come to- give "my self belongs to my wife j 'an hour : V"'!:.. - 1

largest I had ever drawn. The iasliler up for the murder of Mr. ,Wilmot, at "Indeed, sir." sh/ said, raising her fog, bin not
nwne6l,'..keel bow X would take the Bascombe ''Lodge.' With that. yes face' with sly meekness.- light. He live In a progressive age and we are"at present-' passing
__ the "It agtveflble to made- a period of salutary business reform, This reform'
ttaenq, and to;me. I'Inquired swooned,:and we ealled in the doctor. me, ly' notified
If the ataa...r nwa. In, ,and was In- who cave it as hll.opinion that;Ole moiselle'If you -% regard your' ..erylr' ,station that < ; (I' -Improvement, and business men of all kinds "shoull .r";.
and not retard It. The banking railway and Insur- "
teemed"wasAs, be ,didnot man was dying. We restored him toils i iI In my establishment at an end. block i ; i! \ ; .
"Do airsheasked communities should la particular'do all they can to> :
came oatM.ibke. Jmpds 'with or 700. dlscnaxge me., l ,
,me !
I senses, and the inspector asked him ' meat j Is i ,,, : ;; '
It and Invite the to their .
end mean Invitation' to come into his It he. knew what be had cald. '-'Yes, he with a placldrmile. slty station I publicity as ;
I"was, her purpose to I and methods doing business
room concluded that lie was too busy answered. 'I murdered! Mr. Wilmot/ anger me calved the l
to- see me; but '-when 1 left the bank 'Be careful,' said the Inspector. ; .'what abe succeeded.. ."I discharge you/. ,I The"oneman power In large corporations with a lot ot
lwas said, 'with A wrathful look.- directors subservient to It, should come tl an end.
L not Quite pleased. I may, men ever :you say: may be brought in' evidence / !
tion that I'elected to receive,paymentfor against ,.00.' 'I am aware of Not .uddeonl7 ndammedlately sir?" DUC no better than ao.mallY decoy duck. that mislead
my check: in sovereigns. The rea- It," said. Fleetwood and, repeated 'I "Yes suddenly ..ndtmmedlateI1... are directors who deS not direct and are not expected to
)f.son.'.for. this' wu ,that I thought It murdered him.. He triad to say.; more, "But it is. almost dark sir, and to W Tlghe who selected them for election .

\ rj ,would please mI' wlfe,1t I gave>her hut he badn't the strength; so, acting thrust' from :your house so1'' abruptly Ing to H.. accept a place a* director,or trustee of an Institution,
the money for.Eun e'a trousseau in upon the doctor's vicewe'removed would'ruin my reputation." The in banking,, railway Industrial,or life insur- Y

gold.. I did not 'Intend to -give It to ilm,to a room where-he could be attended !VYou shall leave my. house tomorrow its < : ; ;;; does not fully appreciate the responsibility of the posi
- at.
tier'oD this day;'bat on Friday or Satnr* to. There h"" ''.'ign, .v| hls'; bare I' 81\1d.\ "After to-morrow' you I'P \t : vigilance It demands and intend to faithfully and con- p
:: ''dayAt.; Ole first blush the mention statement, which the Inspector had Loll not sleep in it another night. .,elected Its duties. Directors in dealing with the omcen of

1 of'' these' small 'matters may appear taken: down and teen ,we left him to "Do'you forget, sir, that I am to be I' President. ,.have'opinions of their own and not be afraid to ex- ,
_ trivial; but It will be, presently seen the: doctor. one of your daughter's bridesmaids?" ent city are not alone responsible for their own error. or wrong

they,are of great importance. "How long ago did'' this' oeeurr e 1 "I forget nothing that,has occurred.It vice : to :expose and put a atop to the wrongdoing of the- +
On the road home with, the money asked drawing a deep breath of relief I. my opinion that you are not a fit 'president, under their control. #

k In"my pocket, I met .Mr. Mortlock' ; feeling that, IVa.* now safe from. associate for my :wife or my daughter." leans; ''\ of our population we shall grow, not only in material.
i be scowled at me and passed on., This suspicion. "In point of character, sir?" .sup higher products of an advancing civilization.: In the arts, t
'"did*Dot, but before reachIng "Two hours by my watch a* :i left 'In point of everything""That : and all.that embellishes And glorifies mankind.
k ''ray .uonse...-Which I did not go tbe station to come to'you.1"Old : I is a shocking. thins: to say .to ningham ery! ; as we go along endeavoV correct errors, shortcom >/l

< '- UrectfbavJnjr' something to. say to ,a the unhappy man send for me7. a virtuous woman," she'said, nlon'l.v E. P. Burn prune away rotten and unsound timbers'in our publlo ,
tradesman--I sag him again,' and this "No, sir; it was my own idea. You and with marked emphasis. "But I v -. }
time In- the eomp.ny of. the detective see, there's that reward you offered wonder who will be the first to leave ilon, Atlanta, best.paved by promoting publlo' spirit and sweeping ,

; who had come, with other officers, to. __" He paused. this house-you or I-' After the tot business wrongdoing In secret such as rebating,. .
_ t. mr,lions on the'morning of the man ; ."It shall be paid. I said, "althoughthe ,She gilded away, leaving meIn a association ,. enforced and backed by public opinion. '/ t:;
L der,, Turning when I bad gone, a' few criminal gave'himself up of his state' of the bitterest resentment 'the holding the crooke.-%rafters, rebaters. and competition crush-, ;
.. ,'steps farther saw both of thew men own freewill Instead*.of -belnJr sppre- against her for her1 Impudent words cities were .world who lave schemed In darkness and shunned the
.4 Blocking,;after me My fears awoke; beaded""Spoken But I would not waste further lime' New open view, and publicity alone would be a perfect cure
.e -rig, and the 'fatal, cord were In like' a gentleman-begging upon ber. It was necessary tint I' Lexington. ; .. '

_ :; 'my pocket; they>bad: never left my possession. your pardon, 'sir." should 'ascertain without delay what ie! .
,/ .' "When I saw you this morning with' the packet contained' ,,which the clergyman It wa .
", 'I entered my: house in an tmcomfortaWe Mr. )Mortlock" I said-and then I also bad left me. I went to my study, ment of 11!, .tIt 1Ii .
lit the gas, and opened the packet. .. .
--frame of mind. What did this paused In the middle of a speech; the
earnest conference of Mr. Mortlock and question I was about to ask'was Inju ,The first thing which attracted me PASSENGER ,
''- the detective bod?' 'wee/ ,'there was, an unsealed letter from the clergy '
, any diclobs."Well. FINGERS Italian courts; the' French allow 15
h ;;connections between and the tack"ot'corotaUty map, which proceeded to read; : ;,
':n..; them sir, said the detective! takingup Brace of percent. ,
I' had observed Sn .theJ '' the'.cuedon't. : mind admitting Has Dlffsrsnt. ''The middle finger IF of much
I, i'. greetlpgs. : pt, tbe townspeople bat: I was then on another track. .h. Orion! road tr.nitRobinson HandV \ Importance than the index- .tate.more Dr.
.' ity; wife noticed that I was menially Prompted by Mr...Mortlock r of Elmira N. Y. who Near from Metguan. whom, we are: citing
are and
"disturbed, and she', made tender reference "In a manner of speaking, sir 'He I. at the Savoy, ,tells the following board Air LI ; i: : in the ?f who is no. small authority, for a great '
\' to It,. X felt.that my manner was first put the idea-into! my bead.' You story' on a minister who, Is friend' .of day morning to their fuiic- loss of force is observed in the han'twhen'

:constrained as I replied" to'hear affec- would ;never guess ''It., and. ..Isaustn'taywhst bis: deeper of tr the most im the finger la 'amputated., "Yt
'tlonate inqvtries.S It was." > "Now. while this clergyman I. not an almftst all the '
1 S J, that'I'bara:described took! place But J; bad guessed It. Mr. Mortlock Englishman believe! he inclines that mond were ;, imperfect for without The It Importance; to authorities it than 'the ascribe,Index.:lees

.',cn' the' Jno'rnlnc';of' this ',.Thursday. | listing ,.ne and mIi> way, or at least his aenae if tumor about $800, Italian law allow 5 The

', '.was/home before noon.. As the daysued1my'pettnrbatlonIncreased criminated me; It was ho whose! mallg- toes," said' Mr- Robinson. "A few- bers.. two In ; ; of, the buf thumb.merely: 5 to 10. percent tbe Austria > '
1 r ,; >> ;. I pDnt"wbllpeol'luea bad caused me to be days ago a min 'at a little dinner pro;.. ; '
mond a* I+ ; thumb Thering, finger is. :
that the the least
;, :'could not shake off A presage of coming received as I bad been on that morning. pounded the following; 'Why is a tin Its total Important ,
conductor : .loss
I'c eviL: tiocking the door them-w. The French court trlaD""-.
+ "The, answerwas It 1 tariff assimilates
re4.1'J.eheatthe':wbicheppfIeet tbe light of Samuel Fleetwood's admission Because '
: .. bIu'ruI&II1Ir.: ; , the< accounts ,,be was powerless to 'work out. biswicked'spite .bound- to oc Jo be p I4 on tbo followjog day : against me. -!-"Tbl made quite a lift with; the tea cord, stopped, 15 for'the left; is liberal; with 8 per.cent .

as>d'.eoantlng butnb moaey-'X bad r... "110w'' was 'Fleetwood' ," I asked, or, and a few day: later.when be was 1 ' gives from 15 unala'' The. French and German trlb-,
g. ived'tormy'eh'eek, : :' J 'did not ..1Iethf'Cuchout'm ; "when',ou'left'the station? Better Invited out to-dlnner' on* evening a , 25 tor the right; refuse Indemnity, considering
K'peed; ,. U"x.\\dread'poisl- ''Worse, 'sir..' Sinking fast Very series of ,conundrums ''were' passed and even as high Incapacity'resulting' from- the ,Joss

_ L .J| IIUes presented themMdves'in'thrent- little time to live, the doctor said ,,A around "'Fan lI!;.t '1 In, ... awarded. The as 'Tery Ight. l
4t shapemg; .*trlJIIJr to clergyman'wa"'l'AlIe4'.And was with "The divine 'saw his chance, and be on 100 as the to I The little finger may be compared 'to ;
crv.f'ere asked'the"same question: 'why is"a ling! ,,b.nd prev tie: ring, except 1m.the
.1I1t ..tII b'.., :. wtur>: him, when:I lefur.And '- professions In
tear,Uiat It Deeded an est;AordI '-, you Olouabt.t.. .might; like. to see tin can tie* to a,dog's,tall like death r A a loss of 60 per- whlcl, 1t'aerve. as a pointt of support' \ t
.o; dange//all' my:; senses,were ab- .*!_ theughfas-imitl!, "rfj: though- ropoundef 'Immediately spoke UPr'B.. bore.that the artist has not been taken
;,'','jeemallr" aw':ke, and ill:Wins due to this don't know"wh e ther;the. Inspector will cause, it Is sure to.'happen.'. '.. ,) the' Jndex"finger! consideration. 'in these:rases.'
itteL ot:mind tbAt t'J.was _bled allow.U.7! ; ; / ' \ ' "And"he! ,.looked'disappointed' when family'i of P. i ,, estimated at "0 'oi'
1 L'sTSetect' what otherwise'.would" (l ave Mri am obllgedto 700., Ilshonld ,wish the squib didn't break: a laughKan' pohroned"has, .; 18$.to 20 pen! ..lie tonnage of Japanese vessels.,at
,a> sersjmil my.attenHon-tbe presence:'of to see-the unhappy: man; he might confess sal City Star;. r. '. as, percent!-for' the t'le9bina.; port Pf.Hong-Kong has

'; :.ptpls person 0 ; 4.tb. :door>of' nay to me the motive, for tU crime.*!? 'The,Royal Military College at Bangkok negro. : ( for'the-- ri*, doubled slnee. 1898. ,

'.:,.,. With a. catJiy: a.Uoal'I, slid -':""J" '.'..y T' opinion' ,I'sir,b*"', confessing. now; accommodates 800 cadet, '.,.Ii \

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*tCommlsl' '.Hudson.,J Message to / done, ?
'"Well'; r.ookef m f"!
know I
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Atlanta Citizens '' '
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Secretary ..
i _i 1 ..JAt alt. important; sheeting of ', Jie director .'' Shawl .,r_? ".....". .,.- to. ,-," t. ; 4IDuer''**Ye*_tor'&nd hillt be today"showed how tae,v.\ !>.;

*. ot the Georgia Immigration:: .To.:bbserv, Le*'. Birthday; .Robfe. ..., 'In ,"Row.' ; M year. 'eooktaLby Inviting a

''FACTS( ARE .SET FORTH Association; held Friday"'In the'offices PROSPERITY UNBOUNDED'' Governor.! .'Hroward ,ha*,'Issued "tho J r The:iRepuMknv' ot, JfceamM/ aooetyhave : a"b" d. .

engaged, in\a. lively:ww thoudltt-"flat. "oh
: :chamber :
of the bf commerce at At- -' If following Droclamatio'aIn ;
AHead'tif .1\ 'are aitafrssb"thebe'InvtprY'ssdpgwr
the Pensacola ffces.iwhlch **ortljrfo ae coke *ros.
lama It was decided that Georgia view,of tSt one: btuulredth annlrersary "
I banned '' -Du
for another Urm by
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,-. Ten .Ngraics end Two;' Whit Men has every ..D ..arr.authortty', under :Treasury Bays/-/-Meney'' Shortage -' of the' birth of 'Oen.. Robert the president/vJiomi' weeds outteflat -I -. .

Wire ... E. Lee. 'it seem :'propcr t'o"me thata -
Killed Wh'ile sixty Negroa the rocent decision of Com DIs lo er ." car Shortage, .and 'Othec...... proclamation" from this ''office i lookIng *- Reytibliosn" committee- m.t. andendol'ee ,Enlaed'e, . UifKraH. .ld' '' P...*,. *

t and'T'1I Whites W.r" WounddlNams .: Straus 'ot the department of commerce Subjects of Complaint .I.y Is >4 Thomas F. McOearln Cor appointment .
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-tO suitable of
: and laber to prcgeedwith the | a celcbratttm" ..,''DlteiJ8tat' .tnarsbal.thopoittlon Thoujilt.;militates: *o'
of- City. Crucified.' work vt bringing' a desirable class Dilate. Good Times event -would be'appropriate and time wll1cb:he: DOW bold,*;and WaleaUt, ......., f9r sa ,,Pro
-- ly. General:Lee ;.. one of the ,bet to''
W.:1t: tartlt-* .necessary., preeaetab
for .
\ Northup re-applontment, *
of to
The; oramlttee' appointed' ita> Atlanta ' Follovtlng Immigrants ibis Georgia.conclusion actlvp !:There-,,!.. no occasion tor 'alarm. rounded characters In- the world's" his postmaster. NE>W' the. ..county ,execu' trade"and QjaB>ercew! note

:some weeks ago to .U.bu..... 'funds steps taken' ,.cooperate/with Our only anxiety need be lest we, fan tory. age"wal'anaccompllsbed, schol live committee taks up the fl&hU and the".Dally.Mall h.. the.candor tit
were W
for1 the retie, of the :.victims crtbeSeptember. Commissioner- 'Agriculture T: G*", 'tof' facilities to properly garner: stare; ar. Christian gentleman, an immortal condemn the stati) commHtee for:"its\ mlt-that. !' thecondition of,,,,:Jb,1", "

riot hat finished Its labor' Hudson, who 1*' an' .ex-bfflclo( commissioner : transport and market ode. multiplied, military, In all 'the geniua.realms.No-ot name reading'perhaps offers action. .and In" spoecnoi 'before, she Sal1ln trade;.Is *the ardGle"wltldt preaeat'mo.-Dt'is' gli
lcla ;
meeting .which b oola
and'ubmztted a report.. The finding, of immigration for Georgia in Massing Let everyman: of good' a.finer example for the emulation '! was, a, place ot piwprtneiice.,ta. Friday
a few days *h. state committee
r of the committee contain some very pushing the' work lcheer"'andH'v'try to be conservative: In of our'i,. ooutil than the'' DamO of this wa arraigned ago botn.indlvlduallyand, sue I..the .Dally?$' ail ,*Ieclre.'tfctt'
The recept decision of Comml8blon.'tr'Srtau.a' / modern and knightly than great twave of t04ut.r1ali'PI'OII'unparalleled *
aeosatlonal feature (and words except thankfulrfeos. collectively" for making' \
are everything : endorsament
bf .
J of the department com.! Therefore it Is reqnuxtedlKlrst 0'ID. ,,trkdee ta

al not'"minced ,In speaking thw lawless merce and labor in the South Carolina Secretary ot, the Treasury Shaw -That. all the' schools in the I! eIthoutconsulting. the county commit last, twenty.or'thirty, : ? year,.. le

} mob that "crucified Atlanta in the case, was read and Its legal, bearing thus concluded !* resume of the year's .state'celebrate January; 19, '1907, in tee and' ..nnayyother endorsementsvcre present passing OvW England1
made' for the'positions named
eye. ) of the world. The committee. was oontldered. financial resource"which'he say baa ,, such 'way a. may be suggested b l'' BIx &t.. Robinionformerly, T field I*'butler than:at,.ut.. ..tUnei'
poetma ''
found I. 'wa5 resolved by the.dlrector..totender been In to JnutO-' the management of such schools: |I Uer, e.Franco-Germanwar! :and :,
twelve prepared
that persons\ were killed response walt'>ndorse us postmaster anil
Aaderlaad. NotUmham and the
to the governor and commissioner Second-It 1 I. farther- suggested that .
q and seventy wounded during the riot. of 'agriculture the service of piled'requests.: In round number he every camp of 'veteran ' I'Ines; s.:. Week for. United States. cashlre town* ccm: ',,report*.,of tprosperity.

Of lie places thb 'receipts for Uie'cal'a d.r arfagga m'afllta1. in making] the endorsementfor .. At Coventry there ,
wounded ten 'were. white andsltty the association in cooperating with. camp of sons in the Mate for .
l negroes. ...Atnonjj the victims the ',tate authorities In every 'legal year 19od'at! $(;;2J,000ltO-'andthe.() ': expenditures a recocnlitlon of I ha wortn and sac-j postmaster the Repubtlcau passed' aid .to be"5.000'more '-malewoi'
resolutigne regretting the .,deplorable tore'werethl.
there was not' : single way possible) in furthering the work at $5CCI.Oo.O.OOO. ov an excoH* rlflco of this heroic lIIul. In tl1l.n'ovement' | at work, than .
.a vagrant/ ; but manner in watch'the local poatoflloe/ last year' 'And yet Mr... Chem,
all were worktg'and. supporting':' families migrants', to ,rG rc\gia\ taol nnauaamigrants' .of -cceljts, over: expenditure; of :$C9- the camps 1knoW' ._aat'Ill has been, conducted by-the' appointee and the.;tariff retol'llHtr8.IhII"\
for 'Georgia; have!' the cordial sympathy and ,
To the murder state the 000000., As_ there has been' no change and calls' for a change id the office. last three, yfa/rs. have been bIPrJ
com I iBy appointment, following thlmeeUr.g slBtance of the daughters. 1 1 11 -
ors In the.tarltr laVa or the;laws relftlnu Other southern elate. T'tlch have The appointments are tb'be made during their breasts and strewing taahsa
mitteet robberies were adalpd. and ,- the director* of the association '
. the ::early, portion of the preiont7eat' theirhair', and..ewearlng'by ,all.tJ-
"men and with to Internal StcWtary'\ Shay not Lee's birthday"a'' holiday, it
revenue made. '
women were treated i called on Goveqior Terrell and it is that .W..dand
; and expected: the fight cod ,thatBrltfeh. Industry: .
un.peakable. brutality," 'The "defcjara- "''Cc-romlnsloner'! Hudson a the ''slate .aayi the,large Increase In receipts! U Is hoped, will follow, A like course. and between. the. county, committee and could never reeDerwttbout' .

tlon fa\ made '''that severa.1 hundred (capitol and toth of these pressed<< due solely the-extraordinary; trade in" future, theee together with'-those( i; >.late' ''committee wit. be interesting tectlOA from-the.unfair competitionthe <

fnuird6r'ra and' "would-be raurderersere ,' ..themselves !n hearty favot ,0.>4eslrable "activity. 'The total expenditures,,how" states which have. already declared ,tt tram DOW until Ule'parties are 'ume foreignerl--LordOa',8p.otatOe' '

u, now at large lathe. city. The contributions Immigration. They gladly acre" Yer'for ISW!!:, compared* with;:!1905, a legal holiday,., will. as near. a-they who 'are 'to fill the offices, j ,\ :y.....,.H a .

amounted'.to $..t23. The ra-' ed.'' the.'offer co-opcratlon,, "from..the says, show* a' d cre'ns>* of, but can' agree on a similar I'll1n'tor .Its A newelectfloLztir4'e: k*!*'* of 4l

port' states in detail how' this sum :'association'' Fond Mr.Hudson\ .tated to 00.000", general celebration, in the south. I No pilrthtr: Evidence: r. Found.. ,. Jeweled 'hand-wrought; :' polls -

was disbursed- continues:. the,,directors that he. as'comml.efotor.'ot ntleUI.IDre'tbo 'finance! cf the got-' In testimony whereof, I, have hereunto.sot The Investigation Into the; alleged brass band''carrying -ac.ntre'Iwith' -

rin "eoniiectlon ,with' this statement i Immigration, 'would, himself ernmeutor' the six-: months of the my hand and. caused the great''seal"of firing into a car by oldlwrs stationedat motherof p.arl.hade. and th

tr of disbursements '1think it lake full charre'and direction of' the present As sal year Just closed the e6- the,into to be afuxed at the ",
our :Fort Barrancas, which was demanded drop Ilihts. with shades of. the sani
? mall attention of 'movement-would devote his-iBve.ny cf- retary says that the' books of the capitol,, in the, city of Tallahassee. materlal.'w.
1 to ,some thefact b,r the, secretary of war;.'has ,con: ;
'wMch-bave'cometo l light during :;tort and energy to securing for Ute treasury show surplus receipt over thfs" the 18th day of peceiuber 1906. ' ""' C
: ;, .. our ' eluded; but it.Is not believed that any CTATS: Oaio ,
$ er unh1' }aeo !
expenditures of $$25.000,000'compared ,K. B. BROWAKD, Gov.Forbes ,
investigations.,. ,,$ ., tale the very best' class ,qf ImmU I further-evidence has,' been found connecting 'LVCAe'Cotixrr. : tar
Leaving''1>nt the Brownsville cases, 'gr lltl'' 'to .'be bad',' and sad| his ef; with a deflclt, of. UOOO.OOO.Ol' the soldiers with, the disturbance. ?; :tuna J. Ciiirsr make* oath that he I"
the corresponding months of the' previous Senior partner of the firm ot ft JEasssa.
Lands May B e'OpenedUp.Owing ..
where a number of persons charged forts would be directed especially to ,
;0., doing business la tae our-( .1'0
The cash In the
fiscal ,
li""J with ;complicity in::the.killing of -Policeman JOIIsland."I,Scotland, Ireland.!, :,Norway /ear. \ to'the recent decision of the .The first report.. tnad by General Couity and $taw aloMwUdy and that
Sweden and ' treasury''Ii.$18!>, OI>,ooo as comparod United tJtate court: In which Theodore firm will pay tb aa of O.B suxoaeLass
Heard are out iJn their own Germany Duvall the commander of the depart.
'with UTJ.OOOOO 1 ; ( a year ago an in- I for .aeh. and every ease of C.1
r hands .facto true Mr. Hudson said -be would : Daleouer' heir of thebig of the seemed 'to" be' Un-; .,
the fojlowlas: are' expect anent; i gulf, that muuiot b cord, l II, the UM otCATABBB
';' beyond .question( f If' ,\ ., ofV' thd association nto (cooperate with create ot $19,000,0'00.'The :u.bLu national estate 'of John' G. Porbe. plaintiff/ satisfactory to the",war department' (;v... : mesa\ ax: ".. JriSni ,
j '
bank depositories! is $159,000,000as oflarge''tract > Rwora to before .., .'
.Am him In 'locating!tie' Immigrants when were suing' ,far. ; the. repossession and ''information 'called for.
"It :
ak u. h.'lctlm'lot_ tbemgbt compared with;' t65.0'>0.000 .a year land more 1\'al : __ ,,_, this 4th. UvoC :
there!! was not a single vagrant. the/ ar"rlv In such'manner :,'wouldbe \ ; ( of In West Florida.,* The judge '.advocate, of the rdepart- \ Am| txr,AJ>? ll18L.0.........,;.1
an Increase of $94,000,000) ) and ... .. .
"2. They were earning Jn for the best Interests tof tho state ago west -of the Apalachlcola river tII. went and Duvall both Visited -- 0' :
-wages, ., + ,i1'the total cash )'n' "be g nera.l. .'fund ,,1s, stand a good chance to be opened General '- ..Ball's & .Istakirtte ally
useful tAa |aftd the"Immigrants!.themselves.. Pel1lacol the forraer remaining several
work up to time ,91h'l' ; ., ets !'Iot.'I VH! *.*. C *' t OaQu.'. A. Strnchan of Atlanta, whoa $350,000,000' a* against $242,000,000*" a up for ,homestead purposes about*100.- days and .making a 'very, Tigldexamination. la_or )>My i* '' w ROW'in Scotland year,ago.j , / 000 atres of public land .in Washings " Izee: 'i',)J.i. Casaat 004 Toledo, o.
3. They were supporting themselves under the dtrflCoUlo" Against thin there areliabilities, { atIte Calhoun counties which have'. tf' Sold by all bl'll. .'btw.,.,. ; y '
a and their families' or dependant of Mr. )Ir. Hudson, has an immigration ton and One soldier, who was charged with Hall's amity Wl are ciao best;
time pe&ter.1.han andwhich
present :
i been In, litigation
for ,
movement,well years acting disorderly the"train wjionIt.
relative organized AndIt upon
the time last : ''The :.The' GermanEmperor batim
at same year have' been of no benefit to anyone \
"4.. Most of the 'dead left email chit' is 'hoped he will be able -within ,the' available; cash balance DM incresed. 'on' account of this litigation. (left the city was ftne'U.ln the" ....n.tl1D. his smploy) than uajo-<
dren and widows, mother of -sisters next ,lxCy days to br1I'Jr.oyer a larco ''' recorder' .court. .
during,the year $101,000,000.: Many year 'ago John Fprbp*. it }is monarch.: !'Altogether- they.:, nnnitover3000j

.with practically\ no ,means. and ,.very number. ot Scottish.//farmer*. With he general fund at $237.000- claimed '.purohued.from the,jndlau abonttwo-third: .pttb
Stractiftneecures' The of the Florida Fe. .. '
mall earning capacity. The Immigrant which Mr. Shaw'remarksthat tho dormitory: b.lng'womeu, / -t.
a :0.: The' wounijed tgmNons'-fo 'will brought'to. Savannah, 000. Secretary 'a1\4/* .>th* fBpantetf\ k fBoverument this male tOBt.
: .. < bond maturing July 1i:( 1907,, >can be na't; 'The tracM.,'llchJl I. jargajjy tlmber .
el$ht.weeks'. tlm I *'a! CO c nta'to'4'a. : ,and' all Immigrants; ,which' the. state paid lf-it, shall be. doeLned'wise(! and ' and or little value for cultivation, 'few ,mornings since, There was no '<4i Muriel, Had- Never. Heard'Slano-,
,ay reacH j 'may .hereafter, bring over jrll rime -casualties, most ofthe, students ha,. '"Teaehere.tniipe; : ''PlJbnc; iclul .1.
V i 7 -. { .. still leave a,worklag 'bwance .of. ,more undeveloped trait since there hAa- \ J
V "' 0?, About ,seyen y personr here !'l-ronght through that port. than $120,000,000. ' 'snch'i In'the"Ing' gone homo for the hollda,..- The receive' many 4118 .-,re4U"ts

wounded.and a1)1ong"thOM there"was Mr Hudson! 'who attended the meet- During the last ,twlve! 'moo.thw.tho past been> few; yearn demaudlf9'timber,,' the,) land, has\ Vieen valuable collection of music art and ,ihe parents,.of ehlMren and*?

11 ,*n.immense amount of suffering,. In : lngt from Romp, and who hat already secretary continues- the money in ao<:. In demand. Several attempts it Is' all furniture was destroyed The doc 'chargesM'tbepriaclpal; of a W*
secured a'n'Umler' of tnltory formerly' ",.,' part.of' the' Ok! 'PhfisMIpbU .IC11oo1: rv.stq/at, '.
80r:1e't'aaei> It 1a... prolonged and ex. Immigrant for fual circulation .exclusive.. .of the Bald,' have ibeenir.ade.: to; sell, It, but ,
that city will be made coinml..lloD4"rc J tate ,college more than\ fifty'iyears; ontf our.tecfcT.rot got"a'nOtSa'
cruelaUng'pain.. .. J;t! .a deputy amountinthe'treisury, vaults"has Increased owing to the cloUd "-hlch hung over ,
"L.Manyuf the wounded are 'disfigured 'anI!'' 'sent to, Norway and over 200000000. 'Of this in. the:!. title buyer ,were'. careful., Tho ago. and was partially' covered by In- otherdayfroabmother! otU s';:
purancew' ''the J1'eantlme.L.P1'8.ldent J. md altted to .bit
and Several are permanently Sweden,') push tbe work there' $14S\)00,000) 1 I. available for girl ,
'. '. crease matter was I taken Into .the United Murphree'; receiveni. numerous '.e.: ;. .....'-... ........
: In addition .
disabled. a '
man. win"I. cho iawltlcln bonk; reserve and $60,000,000 la' in. natlonal State. :court 'for a settlement, with, =. .. /
.. gages 'from the ntudent: who were ..., .. / .
&. Most of them were In bumble the next few days to go to Get" bank circulation: : the.result that the land was divertedback I i .

circumstances, but they were honest; many 'on a' similar etrsnd, and he ":Thle." be says, ".f seems to be a to' the government. ," - leg It the of wauMLInterfere
; loss
ndu.trloue'and law-abiding citizens: likewise will,be armed"with a cominl complete answer to the official 're- There ha._been''' clamor for tha tjbebufiRmt bt+1i!. rtttta'etp'' ..of likr
< with the, prompt opening of
and useful ,members of nociety. i-Ion from Commissioner Hudson peated and lll-advlired crttlcl.m'that' property and '111'tbe. event that'the Vvtodnesdayf MurieL- should not be' cos
the' coilea { moraine. ,Mr.lurphree :
""9. These ..tatamenllll'are true sot A state Immigration convention will the treasury! syscein''necessarily results tract is restored tai entry there will :; by contact with lll-bre4'.ctt1 'chll"Always
stated most "tlb1phl1t1 4 .both'' white and colored.: v be held come time, In the near future in contraction: when, money Is no 'donbt be ;/.'*, great ,rush 'of. homc- j )that the low of thiJ" hall would."no : nee'tiat,Muriel. has your

"10. Of, the "wounded, ten are 'whlte arrangement. for ,which will be most needed..". teaders.V: I(I way* interfere': with, :: the-1' .regular'ae. attention* wrote the mother 'and
I ., 1
i, and sixty are colored ''Of the dead made at ,a_ celled meeting of.the, director 1 He maintains, therefore,. that the b- leloa which: was reaueied'on thd'morn- ;'very careful that\abe associates

l'" two are white and ten, are co! red. *. . existing money.strtugcncjvoild; wide Information,r *cb ing' Fensacola and of January '2. "no child' that used elange" ahgt.
'' mix
9 two' female its extent' Is 't traceable in'no respect : tats' beard"Above: aai- do+
and ten 'male. This 1110cludM in, : learned by the wholesale fish dealers, never >
three' SUDDEN DEATH FOR and in no degree to the, indfc I let altSnear-the'W-cbUdreo: .
4 er killed at Brownsville. I CASSATT, : that the highest court of Mexico,bad Thf CoastUue- appolRttnents i bet ', .
''"11 Wild rumors .of a;larger,number I., ,- I pendent treasury system of the United held that the Campeachea fifthlng following knew'thelr' father' before"he ;e .

killed have DB foundation that Head'of' Pennsylvania"' Railroad, andMuttlMillionaire States., He-says the manifest shortEgo' '- grounds are not within the boundarlo have 'been offlclaHy..uperl11teDdeut.of'tran'IO anuouncert: to the city and (confidentially) they':

we 'caD discover. A. the city was Goes Hence baa;,Won'' capped. ,-by: the unprecedented of that country; ,,comes 1\11 welcome Owen Page tton,to- 'third be "'- dlYl.lo"Ith: '_B.bum-.tot, -;"who i'' pu "h"**_af.*thom." :.,

paying& the funeral expenses ,of. via Alexander ,Johnson jCassatt,j president prosperity in;, this > country news, and It ,will: also be gladly received at -rPtUadelp" '\mIa. -Record' T\? **.'..f.. '
hc-adquarter: 7sckrotwille to succeed '.::;; \
}. .Urns, and relief wa given their famUleE of the Fenneylvanla.railroad, and.I and reasonable,prosperity, ,everywhere.JAP by every c'oncorn, along' the''' : > --" .
.. H. Pi Connelly', who is transferredto
,,,-J :
they had ever motive 'to make one of the foremost railroad men and I i gulf',coast that handles're rnappera. ( Sanford' as .jiuperlntendeiit, of the NOT A''. CIRCUMSTANCE: ., .;
known their lob!'. financier la the country, died .sud FLEET MAY'NOT COME.Oppositiondgvaopsyto Since last summer/the vessel of the; Jacksonville! district. I "'"We we...'telling of harrowing ,*

fI 1 '"12:'Two pcrtonn reported as via denly at his residence InL Philadelphia. flailing firms. of Penwwsola port as,'Veil .. 'perlence.; the other :da1:' cowe' !;;

tlm of the riot .had no connection. Friday I ;; Proposed, Visit, a* other gulf ports have been ktpt Brevard county will henceforth "M, was,r relating the trouble"once ,!
'' '
a ''wllh It "Mr.'who was a little more to Jamettown;; Exposition. away from the- Caropeacheo grounds mentioned .among the. dry. counties.. bad la getting awaj: from"a,J

4 "18. A* twelve person were killed than sixty-seven year old,..-was stricken 'Advices lave been received from ()account\: of..the'\action 'of the Mexican Complete''returns''from'' '' the wet' and :eating,ehark.. " ,/' -

i and< .seventy. were murderously nsainted .. with, heart disease:ehortly, 'before Yokohama' that, considerable 'gunboat in seizing/ .and harags-, dry election show t e.followBjjeBultj'i' "HumphI t ThatV'.. nothing; ,?to ;r ,

4 end as by-all accounts .a"num-I 1 o'cloel4and',, : died' before 'assistance' ., being derelbpe.fl as a re.ult-of Ing' them" when fa' that territory, Dry.'U91;,, wet, 189. or two to one! In troable'I' havetla dodging'' ray s

't l" took"par('In" vault It"II could' bo given. .t ,_ "' f ] an anti-American feeling in Japan, ',....;....;:..' favor'of prohlblUon. There were only :'W 'eh' &.he. want ready. money' for

yrp, clear. that several hundred Aside .from .'Mlng..'the head of the over the proposed visit of a Japanese .bargain' .shopping tour.-:..Balt"
< murderers General Marcus "1'. Miller, U. 8. A., two saloons in the county-en* at ,
tothe'3aniest .wD >;and '
fleet < :xposltlon:
as [ ]
or. would-be murderer at'-1' Pennsylvania rallroacj Mr. Casaatt wa I' a few American.*
are large. imlted, States"ports, An.. influential: retired, died ,at ;fort Barranca Tltunvllle and one at Cocoa.. .
; .
president of six
in this community.t4 other companies anda days.'alJO. death being due. to heart

"14. Although less than three director' In twenty-three concerns member of,the house of. peers is outlay quot-, disease.' He had reached the age. of The twentieth! annual session or'the' CJURD''r WILY:

!] months have passed since the riot ', principally' transportation companies, : 'ed as'sUtlng ,that;'the proposed ; and fclnee" his retirement Educational Association 'Mervoui'lVontaa'Stopped"Cokes:
; of $404,000 to;//Jelld'' the fleet aud ,Admiral 7lj; jean i I Florida ;J*
events have already deintm.trateelthathe : ( bank and tract companies.:HI wealth ha been residing wtth' .hU. son.. Captain wa held In St.- Augustine, was. in Quit 4atiterf'hlalpy
.Togo, to h.ul1ted.9tnte. .mufct"
slaughter rof i the :innocent,-dos a Sa estimated 'at-'l1 between'>>. .50000.000. } : Lawrence .P. MUler of"the Twen- point' of number In .att4lnt..llC8 'and '' "' !" .?

not'deter the criminal class from committing and 75000090.; -'--- ntfProveC! *,, ty'eecond .'com- 8ny-, ,oe coast :artillery Interesting program, one' of the"'most K*."better practical,proof( tbatfee -?c

a .more' .crime.\ Rape., and robbery .4: t The,death'of'' General' '1IlJ1er:'remoyo'I' successful in the blstory\: ,the *sso. Is a drug cauC. required than Mtsl'
nave 'been committed In thlf city 'ANNA MUST PAY BILLS. GUGGENHEIM' 'fOR SENATE. from the artlltery' on.;-.of elation. 'note'how the Deri.* become 'Jl1St1'JmII)

,and suburbs during that time.' ,! !'1 9 w '; nent'omcers who has served In-many f. :-- In women who habitually, drink It. :..:"
Republicans '
;, ; ,"In conclusion: we call\ attention to/ Liable for. Part. of Claim"for'. ,: ;'Jewels Colorado or Endorse Him' By campaigns He leave'two' 'soar,'both After drifting about helplessly' in continually The stomach, too'reb.te-at; bpi ;"
:;the tact that upto this time Atlanta 'Bought" by Bonl. ; 'aVote'f'ea te 11. army,, officer, and a number pf daughters the.gulf two day*.:disabled by a brok druggedwlth. ass '

has been a law-abiding city, and criminal It.wns decided by the court in j Paris' :Simon ;Guggenh lmi; election as. ,, two of "whom;, are married,. ,to'.,of. en tan.ahaft, the steantthip'Manteo' ,' tea.-they'.bothcontatn''thofl.. Ask your,doctor.An. .'- 'dcaffeine. .*' :? ,

l' .' of all kinds with a' single 'excepUon "Wednesday1' Mme. Gould;-tormer- United States' *enator'".to. Vucceod. racers of the nervtcet running between Tampa and New Orleans .'I ..woman tell the old t

' ; :, had been punished by legal ly ;.Countess deTCastellane, is liable: .Thomas'M.: : Patterson',"'U assured "by' .=:.b was towed into'. port, at Tampaa thus. :. .. ; : : :r .,'
method . AnotherPensacoUan, Hon.' Jti Eli rew'daTI by the tug Clark. The
for the',claim of Mlle Naniidoff,' Mn 'the action'of 'the Colorado Kepubllcan ago 'J had used coffee for sis i

//"Considering tills record of a law the sum of ,$U. OO for.:'jewel'which members of ,the general assembly" In O'Brien 1 la being' mentioned prominently Manteo drifted tu"M little Inlet' where troubled with headaches nep4,

i abiding community, it I I. smazlhgthat 'were brought by 'Count "Boni as a probable' candidate for communication: was bad with Punta.. v6nes and dlzsine. In the ieortt
and .
Denver Monday'afternoon.
the things* have-recited could havebappe.ned which- be said., ,.were given; 'to the caucus ',. governor of Florlda(ln 'the next 'election Gorda through pilot.TTie'congAted Ing.upon rising: kitedtobeicb'np: B'wsour '
Quggenheim'a '
''In' 'Atlanta;, and that.,. the countess. oandhtacyawas'en and a number of "papers of tho fluid regularly..: J.-51

j 'small minority which cohstltute'the; The of, certain, doraed'b1 a''vote of 68 to 1.t. tate have glven'hlm"very compllmert. ? condition'of, passeu-;. '.'Often, I got so,n.ivoui'aad-mh-: .
t# delivery
)jewel !
tough Vteraeut1 was allowed to cruel.ty by, Seventy of the'100 member. of the tary notice, :but whether'toot the ger end freliht traffic at Tampa 1* erable I would, cry without the leu*;

this community In the of MHartl wa7proved,. a.d Mine,, legislature are Republican and all butone moye: to''' brinV} him before the peopleof working great Inconvenience' t\)' the reason, and I noticed my eyesight WM";

world and shock: the. moral eye the XMild %f* held liable for half the ,:of them. participate-. the; .;' csu- the state' will have' his sanction Ie public:, Nearly. vail of'the, train's come getting'poor, .. ,
sense of amount Count Boat, to pay the :other 'cue.b ' "After' using Postnra a while.I
"a bur own people" t a question which canoot-yet;be'deter.mimed. Into 'the city belated" 'often Ievors1hours ,
: ,
,. half, ff- \ served '
1 -----: .. : behind schedule' time.. "- the adacbe4 ,lett'mme
INTEREST RATE,: 18' BA1SCD.;: '--, - soon the) belching' ,vof;:...,, <
GOBBLERS :WERE, WARY..' .TOOK FIREMAN FROM ENGINE ,_. : stopped (water,"'brash4-.;front <
The: fourth annual :session! of the At Jacksonvllln -John N. Benjamin .
sla) |feel decidedly different!
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'President'l.. Seven Atlanta .Banks Will Pay Depot)" Florida 'Winter iBIblo; conference at was shot and .killed 'by' Chfcrle<< ;
First'Day'. Hunt for 'TurkyevWa Kidnap and 1 am convinced that lt'l 1 1I
,MaskedpMcn, Nen-Unloo Env been
*" : tore Four- Per Cent. Gainesville will begin on' February 10, Church. Church'' had drinkingand ""'
Fruitless .
of tot ,
ploy Paelfle.
President'RoosevcUV. bunt Friday ,John Goldereanx, a Southern n .Pscffq-, By. the decision "of seven. ,.banks In' .1907: ,'and) will| continue:! until Febraar7g4. while. quarreling with his wife. at,, :Fostam., 'i;J'can; aeq hotter,. now.

across 'the U ard ware. i :river,'' a" half; locomotive--,flremsn,;.walked into.' op..T the' city .of Atlanta; 'which arc. either'exclusively'savings President 8lrousefounder of th.sreat' tempted to; shoot her who She.' screamedfor '.,...'are stroncei1.': t$ ,: ? I
;>hleh has attained Penjamfei. had room colas\
enterprise help. ;
: friend did'not'llke'tam
"A of
doers :
miles ,from'tb. Roosevelt I aftc4 bangs or hare is. '
Hunt. loutas.; LWednaday: ;' bavtlg '
N : a, Dational. utaUoD.?and,,which, hr* In"the!? same apartment house,: rush but, when" told'.hE'r"to ma' ..
; ,
: jjpnglaag i In: Virginia was'fruitless masked lags blUlk departwftnU.:to raUo'' the '
taken from ;
\ been hU.engtne by : '
\ ,
].I) accomplished 'SOI; mnch. ''good for ed1 to her; .ilstance-1 A. he''enteret tike H mid on t1t.'J1 ckage he
w ot resiilts, a' tar' :'flswild! ;,) ',.turkey: was men 3.") fl I"".Outside? ,,,,,of.-the town; ,rate; ot Interest,,on deposit from 9'1-. Gainesville and vicinitystate* that he th .'.door, .Church"$pred'';; tour j time'*' J. it all rtatj:;:>rame given by '
concerned? the only ron ,to 4 per cent $16.000 w11J'be'savbde ;
ei'ng'f masked and ,
t armed4u 'succession'e lodctagIn tattle' Mich.
such a.'tbII1C'be. rapid Co.r reek AIW11)116
O" ) : curedU :
1 't w J birds which, were ))//\I1ec1 on the the englnedarla6: / ti itt>Katid;; fta to' the malt depositors.. a'creater: ''' ',array'oftalentthata, : !Je.e Benjamin' body Y Benjaaa'a'was'a, 'Postum well and l"ftwlU .a

'return trip t' i t: tool 'ged.Goldereatuf: ,ott' tlre"enKin"1";;: 1". .Jhe:clt ," r "; (' 'be.little book ""Tbswa
, conference PIIt and Cfcorch :a Read
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.ill.Y. ; *,(:,.' that port. many Cheir bay o f the from Florida the .Im Dr. R. Goldstein '_

Do you know a loquat when you.see THE--r" r-iM r,' T ._.L... - . !-
one? 'It has the of but
shape a'pear '
"'; 'nay >JP'MDAr'f! 4. the flavor 0f a cherry; .'It is good for "Kissimmcc Drug Ce.WHATDO '

_r _ >' Office in y alleyOMtte''?Building'KXMlMlfKR. ; pies and puddings,, and marmalades .The WwlJ-KrijOwn} \ Optician"%.,;' o( To My'rend's' and d
ant fop pretty nearly everything else \'. ,
.60CHXHJL) Goi NL FLA. that marvelous fruit, the cherry, is Louisville, Ky., will return'to .

used for. Our New England mothers FOR YOU.
,w. M. RItIS. Editor..4 Prop'r would bare gone wild over It, KiesitnineeFHday --- --_._-_.. Ciistomters:.
--- The kumquat is I a sort of a compromise .

'a a a.......11...a_&.will p.p.r.leiM__Iub notify<. tlMofflas U th.y between an orange in and flavor a stick but of Jati'y* '4 We carry the lamest, and . .
not mean '
most varjed stock of our line y'L
'All tiara .._*from oar author in ..b.pea- Del sice. The tree, when method of ex-
......, _. (One Weak ) In tbwn. I take this f ,
tIO,mid b*(ICMd br tile wri loaded with fruit is as beautiful, as arose Only. i
tN mats r will sot be returned o.c ..lee
bush."There .
We carry none but the friends and cus-,
Is not much to create enthusiasm r -teadine-Ho }iny
at the PeetoHto*In' XlMbaaM Fta..Y about the southern city. They freshest and purest of drop f

__.. _. .. .---:.., are all of them more or less tawdey, I, at all times. tojmer :; my sincerethewoks ,for ;
:'.. ;
+ 1h and have slackness in their of I
II'. _..."... .,j... .. ....... .1100 doing business A csbbsge palm 1 1I Your prescriptions are filled .the liberal that 'has ? "'
...... .. .. .. I patronage ,
,I. J5--_die...... Ia brought out of its native habits with 'by a Qraduate in Pharmacy
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congenial companions and set In adusty besides five arid
years'actual ex been i in the .
given me past
I 'f door yard is about the meanestthing ; ,
Friday January 4, 1907. perlence.
we ever saw. What can one .. of

+, tJ .ay about guava bushes and camphortrees Consultation and examination free. Doesn't-- this..mean! ,some- .of? .soliciting a continuance;'
,!r. ?l'I'i..* million dollars has just been fenced In with wire -thini' '
:, appropriated for'new equipment for But* the country tD, this state of Those who have pot called On him the same 'in the future .

y .' :'the Atlantic Coast 'Line "Railway.f. flowers-well named Florida-is about i should avalfthemselves! of'.this oppor* We carry sufficient help to. '
One order already placed .calls for ae rollicking and utterly natural a deliver Hoping have all'a a'
,:( "' 100 locomotives. 60 first-class coaches bit of world ae can be .conceived. In unity to' have their 'eyes properly: your packages withina you

1 ,Mid 9.250 freight oars. This would the highlands of the central part of fitted with a pair of gtauies.'Error. few moments after the pur- "Merry Christmas and wishing ;
seem like a large order, but at theFt the state the pine and the palm meet chase. This Is not idle "

1e rat*they are now being demolished to er. ..of refractions of the eyes'are boasting ,we want '
l ,. ,. In wrecks they will have to duplicate :li the North and South ia- perfect 'dally assuming tnoee Importance snare d business and'we know your'we you ,a.. ;happy and .prosp': rpus ,
harmony It is the garden of the
tbe order In a short while: One day spot
i' last week there were five engines iput world. enireffing' more .than ever. the attention can please. New Year I amt

t -I out of commission within a distance The new farmer Is coming. In to take I of the optician.. Even the .. ,
f, of JOG miles of this place.-Saaford possession. The old orange (rowerswere /
;'Chronicles: ''" mostly city folks and nature did public Is "becoming'' Interested after Yours to please '
not Uestltate. to shoo them out of the I /
'Le".I Those) w.find lag their discovering bbw much science' li able Kissimmee Drug Co.'

,, Tbe Tampa Times rives' this warning way into these regions/ :; are bee keepers t to improve the visual power .and ,aid ,
: "Speaking of killing alligators truck and KIS8IMMEE. FLA.,,
grower every practlf 4
: r ''and their ruthless slaughter, how cal sort of who;go well under the defective eye'to enjoy the beautiesof -H.e.STANFORD'

jIl many people! are aware that there is a the name of home builders. nature in the samedegree at 1 the ,
S, a ? __ -
It Is applicable both to the shipper perfect eye.. 0
and the carrier.People .interested Fruit on .free List. known The Originator! of Low Prices in Kissimmee. j
It is a fact now generally
better look It and wardens
up game
ry as well might pay: attention to it with Montreal, Dec. '27.-Tbe Dominion. and conceded by all oocullits and educated
} much propriety." Since the law was Government has beta revising iM tariff
.pasted prohibiting" the killing of 'alll ','and has placed oranges, lemons, physicians that certain 'so-
and end limes on the free list along/ with called ''well ',
gators in the Qoklawaha river its "eve diseases, as as .
1 tributaries they have become m nuisance shaddocks or grapefruit, which havebeen
'. free. The duty collected on many cases of chronic headache,.neuralgia
in this of the State.Tavares --
part oranges, lemons and limes last year i SOLID CAR LOAD OF'' '
Herald. amouqtad to $187.000. Tbe removal of and nervous, prostration ace WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ,. -

will affect the consumption very due,too Irregularities: of the Refractive
t ' of wood 1 ast'.Monday lithe, as .the difference' In cost will I
and Tuesday for the"DeLand branch only amount to 2 and 3 cents per dos media.

_ locomotive and no trains ran. Pasaengere en which Is not. enough to I Induce the YOU SHOULD WEAR GLASSES
g and the mails bad to be trans retailer. to lessen his price to any vJ WINCHESTER[
ri a f'r-ed: to and, from' the Junction: by appreciable extent, so that soy benefits If you are unable to: read fine print, to [
backs.; Agent Pow has been put to resulting will be divided between him .
i onsiderabie' trouble for '''e past and the dealer from whom. secures sew or do any flue work for any length 1

moth securing wood for the engine ,his Block.. During the past few' years of.time, especially by gas light.If .. l
tk All the laborers and teams have been prices of these fruits, especially -
.J busy with the marketing of the orange oranges have had such wide range the eyes ache or water, or any WE AIM

yi; erop In'' this section. Those who that a few odd cents more, or. less .thing ';swims" or-becomes dim or
usually cut and sell wood make more would make "'1'1I1LLle difference In not merely to satisfy but
v, picking, packing and haullngoranges. the ease of pears, quinces, apprloou looks hazy, and blurred when using ,

A supply of coal..was aad Tuesday and nectarines, which have been them a short time1 and you have to '. Loaded Shells and
night, and the regular runs were re1 changed from 20 per cent on pears and to delight you with the
" County Record apricots, and 25 per cent on quinces to look hard to see plainly. .

general rate of CO cents per 100 Ibe. If you become[ sleepy or have a quality 'of our groceries
: Legislative Apportionment The ordinary effect' of a change from
an valorem to specific valuationla tired feeling In the eyes after reading) Cartridges '

'.The Florida Times-Union in the. seen. 'B, this the dut11. less on a short while, you need glasses. We can give you the ,
course of a long and Interesting edl"torial riced goodsand higher on low
article, under the above captain priced stock while Consult .Goldstein.. Eyes examined BEST OF EVERYTHING
formerly the cost .
c.d: are prepared to Oil orders at price that will be to your advantage to lDvestigate ;
considers the
of the siroogthl I the re'apportionment of duty was large or small.acoordlng free. Office hour from 10 a. before ordering. elsewhere. We can serve you better than Tampa,
to the cost of the article.JIb.. present or Jacksonville.: State. your needs and we will give the
In the line r High Grade you prices. Goods
which '
1"''r -legislature aid give the larger duty of 3 cents on each melon will m. to 3 p.- m.. ? early for immedlateor future delivery. Try uslandsee for yourselves. '
more populous counties a greater
lot of
cause a trouble as every consignment
'.b..... In the. of. the Table Luxuries -and Pro
if voting .strength
80ate and House. ', ,. counted while will have cantaloupes to be accurately such otel.rohopkelig: yOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MISS BY NOT ASKING fOR IT

v' The article enters into figures, which other varieties, as.. are. -shlopfid I .ineases ; visions oi all kinds at

are extremely interesting, aatheyshow. were only'needed to bave ;
Hillsborouffb to be the 1'I"oounL, titles marked on the boxes., The QuaD new prices that are sure to W. B. MAKINSON I COMPANY I
In DavalfollowiogwIth47.9121nbabiianU the State, with 61,410 population 'duty' will not seriously- effect thwatermelon !; Osceola

trade but if exacted onf .. County
While quote figures, cantaloupes wlll.keep them off the r command attention. KJSSIMMEE
,the,.following salient points in the market. Roughly speaking duty 00.11l1ut.l

,editorial question Flow : is Increased.' The rise of one Abstract CompanyS.
constitution of requires
cent per pound on utishelied 'peanuts ;',
the)taking of a census every tenth yearafter teems'uDre"oDable.. The .t.
; 1806 and the reapportionment of Immediate result of the increase, combined H.BULLOCK. MANAGER.
_ 'tfc* State, into .senatorlsl and rep with the present famine price in ITY AKERY.'I'Fresh

........". district by the, first legls-' peanuts will be that firsthand second Tteal estate. .", ;x.,. : '.1<&;* "':' : :' E katefF :
'4eere tIM meets after the census istafeeau grades will cost 10 and 11 cents. r : .
pepound. Title examined and .J"
4 MPrt. ,
requires the reapportlonnent The d'onl\ .l"
duty is '
on vegetables .,
for & : > It
of tne House of., Represeosttvesto paid noa-resldenc.Instruments \ : '/w #
slightly raised but; little effect wlllvbe relating to real .. ." .1" !;\i1.
be based on population of the ,Felt. $ '";
Imported tomatoes howeverwill ; carefully drawnCorrespondence . 1 .BifmiDghaiiiChattanooga : ,
counties, except that each must
county be
""Si"1 higher. It is the general opin
i ..b... a representative. ion of fruit_men' that the. new tariff Solicited. Bread;, Cake and"Pie
There is no expllct directions as was devised to help steamship linesrunningdlrant "
.to the bf sis of of theSe -
reapportionment I / between fruit-grownn R ,
ate. ,It Is obvious. however J.Dlot-J,;
'teas t countries. and Canada. '- -.
tl'thl.bould also be' based on Evqry jl
pop- .1 ,----. ,
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v uiation as lar possioie.roe lact Carrie NatioceiUlnly .
: that counties in the same dl.LrlcIUU..t Save Money **' ),rdJn! wlln Louisville
i be contiguous makes It impossible, Jn smashed a hole in the barrooms ENNIA BUUS. --. '
t .,f 80m. e.....' to apportion Senators of Kansas, bUt Ballsrd's Ho f'- They handle everything watt '
you ,
hound has ,
Syrup smashed all records
-"-", according vAiirr4ilii. to population'ff:Uwrea: L...bowbl :';:the U a cure for oousrbn, BroncLlMt'' Inluenca and the: prices' ''....-.-well come and Ctactanatl! . FINE LINE-! f

i ( population of senatorial districts "and and 1l 'Pulmooal" see for yourself '"

.1 of Lb. various counties in the ''State T. C. H-. Horton KaD..., writes: \ -
.:I" with voting strength In theLeglsUture.,. "I have never found a medicine the # GhiC -
"' the) article concludes:. would cure a cough so quickly as Bat g ii. Candy Nuts -Lunch Goods; Etc..v I''sir
x 'Of course each county will have ard's Horehound Syrup. I have used ENNIS BROS. ,
IW its represenatlve matter bow small I' for years." Sold ,by Boberson's .
.w .its population; but among the counties Pharmacy GENERAL MERCHANDISE "'e' I

+flnd with more than one l'Uillsborough mT TTTfTTTn..-. Southern RailwayBEST
the W.328 people 1 .
A"R Compliment"'Near
re I I I
Duvaf ; ; ''
sad counties have the same.
.strength in the lower branch of the the Uole-tn-the-Will''.Country, Narcoossee, Florid .

Florida( Legislature as the 17,430 la Wyoming,. there is a peppery old h. LINE IR.ighf: f"'w ':
people of Lake and Hamilton andy cattleman whose ran as dear- to Stables |
these In torn have twice the 'voting him as his life, and from whos point .
''strength of the 24,116 people of DeSoto of view a sheepman is a pariah. His
Ip and Walton. "Besides DeSoto and i nearest neighbor Is a 'strenous and w. L. Van Duzor & Co.BROKERS. "FLORIDA LIMITED"JLEAVES 1

only one rep- i lelllorerent widow who keep. sheep FLOYD! SMITH & CO., Prop's.
b kwattv.ismorep .tbaneitberVolusla inconsequence the line between their ; ;
,Santa Rosa,Putman Nassau two ranges Is as clearly defined as the BiMoeuon to MARTIN THOMAS.
tor St. Johns: Hamilton or Lake each deadline at Libby prison.' Jacksonville 7.45 J p.) m.

h.lolr'0.' Washington! with onerepresenatlye. U.pon one occasion however, the . =
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is more populus than widow's sheep strayed upon the cat- : ---- SOLID TRAIN. New Horses

tx Hamilton' or Lake esIManateeMor leman's rangeand the old rancher's REAL ESTATE' ji New Buggies New Carriages | '
Ither' '
Levy, HoJ rage was great.' He denounced her asa Finest '
Cltrus.withonly; ODe is. more populous "trollop". This epithet as applied AND. INSURANCE Very ,
'f t than. Lake. ' .. to herself,c.meto the ears of the widow, Beat Day Coaches. Through NEW EVERYTHING; I ;'
"Hillsborougb Duval -counties ..od. vowing vengance she hurried Pullman: Sleepers.
,, are clearly entitled 'to three represenatlves home'to search for the word'' in her' '
,each. Then the Bather LOCAL SLEEPER' .TO ATLANTA.For .
two dictionary. dictionary knenaugbs i + !
counties wopld have' less than ;eleven of the strength of the Upuse, away i for a later edition and bad it utt REVIVO rater routes or reservations* call us ups "

J.HI while they have one-sixth of the pop freighted in. 'The new, dictionary n RESTORES call on or writeJAMES I
"V l J. ulation of the State.- vimmr PHONE-61. '
'* t came was as silent upon'.ub- -
I' ject of "t saddled as the old ode, so FREEMAN. ++++I I .. t I .' If.. t ...+++++tit ...+++++.. -- ,
.: '.- Features of Florida. the wlddow her borl8 and rode Made a.t DI.L. Pass. Aft., Jacksonville }Fla .J t t "to I 11'1 iI + _
I. > '- some twenty miles to consult a ranchman -- . ...
> $f Florida i.'.'nrllljle land'as. big ..., whese .educational advantages Well Man: --- .-- - -. --- "
a all New England or nearly 'so. and bad been somewhat superior to those :TNL'Y4'M i --
:l'ht esUh-untold.- It takes a,' 200d far. of bis neighbors.- iGoEUDA.T Old School Lot of Bsslsiirer forSe-lo.
!.o.: jner to know his business) here says He listened attmtlvelyrwhlle she'ex : ., I
!'..' New York Independent, but Xsmv.s.'w >> aye The Board of PuolioInstruction will 1 C.: A. CAItSON:
tbe there plained th.olrcum.t.D(.... .. : "OKN II LEI!, '
r: r-,w, 'Is no lack of crops forgathering' and "And now she demanded "what ......-JIM._Ie.!.SO d ws. It acts, receive bids on the following. described .t4..t. Vla:Preddea N. B. CAIt50N.: -
? ';'for soil making, eta. did be mean; What is ?" powerfully: and II.tokl,. Cum whenother*tmtt. property: f' Ca.hbn M
a trollop Vonn
.. *men can rtwala their lot manhood.and Beginning two hundred and ten feet 4
; The velvet bean needs a aced old State
< Trollop madam. he men mar: recover their Bank
.r,,, .* team \0 keep .h with Its grown. It v,1!'l. a very difficult word repll.d"rael. to Mine HKVIVO. quickly::ron'b'aI01'and quletlyr.-: bF south of the Don weQ corner-of the cKissimmee Kissimmee
,; will makrfifty feet of good hay .in aISfodder deft D'. Its meaning is ,subtle moves Nervoiuneu. Loss VltaUty.: Bcxu&l northeait quarter of sec. 33 tp 35 s of .. '
"" andelusive. Weakaeaiiiiuoh a Ixxt Power l .
T : ) season and leave plenty of 'Its hard to put Into word. Waetlnc DlMaue.* and affects. ,,FalltDf.MelDOl'. )'. r ?3 and running thence south two FJa,
sod 01' feet 3
". for the cows: cover crop but It's a rare compliment Old Man ii exeeu and 1a41o ".. hundred and ten ; thence west two -_......

." for winter.' When you come to plow has paid you. In olden days 'trollop'was andy by.tents.stheaestofdl.e: : j bGetn_or marrTaireTlV Doa onJyVnrSe hundred and ten feet. to place of beginning PAID UP CAPITAL: ....... ... ..... .. '
\ :it under in the spring you have not a err. seal, seballaaV.a... ,'', Containing one acre moreor e _000 00
synonymous for bled .
term "Queen .11. LU.ILITY:: :
"only a big mass of bums; but a. large.'storage of Sheba" but as :pear' as we can back loll. piII Klowproaouto.di.eaee ........_..brl.r.: .".. Je... The above property t Is whatis .....:... : 000 + Ni
of nitrogen added to the soil. its meaning now days the definition comeat &ot'Iq the are K; F.... commonly] known the 'Basinger ..DIiPOSITOItS. SECU ITY ............ 00 4.Prompt . on aertnVHRVIvot old aeboolloL.>- :' _:.;,;,;,; 100 000 00
T. The bee-gaT weed is but, _
anything a would be "* .
f Tb.Bbeep Queen of Poison ?tt5riJ ""1M "r a4 I. yes ofket B -
''Mtfgar, but la a .prMSof. a "superb Creek.? 't -- '" .. per..........,or.Ia 1 for S.bor'Vre All bide must be sealed and..mallto a.4 Cerer.1 Atterttor .
....waliur.of haV and then forage anda1Wpyl ."Jsthatsof"1exclaimed/ J tbe sin free"advee) sod eooaeel to all wlio.....tai Supt.; W. +rj.: Bears, Klssimroee,, .traded. ..... ''Ex ba.ce..OO4 giver to all.tter.. ere "
modlfled .
adding with Mwat** Clrenlan free.. Address Fla., in wine to be received on or before .re.. at all I I>olrtaa ''
nearly as ouch ,to widow."I've'.YOIlIt
wronged that man! OYAI. MEMCINt to.. Minas ilea, "
Cklesss. the 30th of .
day December 1000.
abe Mil M J&IT velvet b an. \ I'll Stop and ask him over' to BIlSlnEsS '
This ..., begins the story of Flow' on airway:.back.\ Caroline supper Look 'For ssje In'KUslmmee,: Fla., by theiissimme.DrugCo. The Board reserve the right to. ,refute SOLI"r }}>' c. ',
t; Mia fannlsif.. ;.; [ 'ltr, .i *..r .. .,. 4r Il I.t.-' '" Y'1e'' J. SEABS: ,,Sutrt. r. .
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ROOKERS. .. LL KINDS; BOOK CASES SIDE BOARDS I ..:..L. ..I.I ...a.;..,., ;.m" ,,""' 'r '' BTH6 -

., CHINA" CLOSETS','. DINING CHAIRS OAK SUITES IRON, W"'L_ it complete line, of' Doll. 'Doil' 'carriagesRookinc; :

BEDS BED SPRINGS Hones, Druni.B&U.'AJr'Qu ,''Express Wagon*. -BIO LINE 'OF... : ,
.6 and 10 CEN-FTOYS ., ,
ALL, .MUST, B E' SOLD;. u' n I

,',' Rugs .and We, have! the'MOlt Complete' Line"'of' a, ;.

Crockery ever' brought to ,

FULL d Matting! KUslmmee.- r, =

r pit Don fall to Ma our.line of Fancy Silver '
1 ATNew a Pieces, Vases, Cup and Saucers ,ff

LINE Cake Plates, Berry: and water Seta. Bald '
York .Dishes, Etc*. They are be."t..... .,


Prices.E"verythlna must be sold regardless: 'of coat. x
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: Klsslmmee VaIIcu'Gatctte Gee! But It was cold. White Star Laundry-CITY BAK>sBY. 'New shapes in back combs at KaU. Strayed'or Sl.Olea.-oa. bay year u.'n. J.. Sears. .Is. .visiting; the f aa -; n

hog: colt. Reward returned to W. 11,.., Mayor Adsrhold.f,,_. -
Nobby tins of neckwear at Danns. .Fall goods-Our line. Just. .arriving'. Get your acLoolI1UPf'lI..t. the Kis.isimmee U Van Dusorvl.iXX , u+ ,.
'TBLKPHONB. Katx'a. Dru of tablets : Mr. Jonathan Strickland of Oiasg. I,I
New HnS of mouldings atFountain's.. ; slates, pencils, pensete.Mrs. ) of 'for r
A ticket. with each COo' cash purchaseor acres pasture land isle county retnrned home ,this morain.
k PUBLISHED ETKBYVJlIDAY,, Large. desk blotters for sale at 'this paid on account ma Danns.Miss . R. G. Canova and little 'son, at .1.00 per, acre. M.'Wuz.aoxJR.Dr. after a bridt' .business. visit.hera., :CI:j
office Leo left Saturday'night for Green J. .
; BY.. ,. ( Lt. Col. W.:. 'E.,' Cadman 'of .Nar.
Vivian Lee baa returned to,hep Cove Springs to visit relaUveev- J ,
W .
Another :riot. of Peter Pan collars, studies at Wesleyan Female College, barber Goldstein the ,eye specialist.arrived .. ooosee.who II spending thee day III
>- ties and purses at Katc'a. after spending the holidays at home. Try the new shop. Everything this IDOI'I1IDIr.aD4 can be. town; made this offloe a''' pleasant-eau
new and uptodate.Sharp found at. the Tonopekallga.! this morning' Col. Cadman repocM--' r
.' Wearier Report. Hon. C. A. Carson razors clean towels, Orit-olaa ser .
recently purchased Mr..Lee Bandy left 'last week for fate tfrange groves around Narooosassii If.P
M .....". ...' ,.. .....__was* ".1.. the stock of Mr. J. R. Graves Cutler Fla., where ha expects Mrs.; W.' B: Johnston. ;
,?: ......,..IIIIUI.' .Jaa. *...1V7. Hardware Sr., In the Co.Stanford. and'Carson Mr. Graves Graves has keu a spring.. crop, of "vegetables- >\OPI.ot.I'' vloe.Mr.Jacksonville' Cadman' and 'family, Is seriously Bownomewbat' : 111 for the Improved past several but is days stlq{ I have moved' my'shop to. :JaokHaacook's .,
of '
,. are spending a few Dllped.berbed.. old standand will has4la ./
since acquired a portion of the stockof ,

t ''E, Max. .' Mis. same his company.eon J. R. 'Graves.- ?, Jr., I la the Mrs.winter J. L.hat, Overstreet at her Millinery Is receivingnew store I weeks*. Col.out, and at. Mrs.N areoo.!: \Y,.E...,,Cadman.the guests. of Mr; and K....L.. E.,. Barbeau returned Full IDOllldlo;'llne,...,of caslncni.carpenters'. etc. whiob, evpMiea.I east.; ",
a few days ago from Sllveri Creek,
STsty week Laules, don't fan to -see Prof. R.. M. "Evans principal of the N. Y. and supply at factory, prioe..4. AU work' : .ilia"t.
. 'domiciled' as their '
Idea* .:.:..., es 42 Fine line of w.tcheah.. Klssim- beautiful my.line dona to order. : .
t V 74 48.uadq.M..1 ; Osoeola High! School, returned Tuesday winter home on the .Island 'C. H;FopirTAix
767S l" :...
4ft DrugCo. "
mee from where he for the. winters
, I ..,....... Itt New barber shop at' Patrick's. 'old Tampa wentsod : t .'
lewder the ... 3, L.' Hancock 'M"'. and :W.rei'
r with ; ,
TVMdBT'' ........., 7, eew.ds..da Sheriff BwsatofC/mile; county Ga.. I stand. Service a tonsorial artist spend friends. holidays Mr.0.: H, "Morrison requests us to: Hancock; and Miss .Broason. left WW'N

) rb.t.dav .. ?3 s arrived In town Saturday night and conversant with all the latest fads InbarberID say that reserved state for.:entertainments week for,Fort Myers, where ....., will.
returned -
homo Sunday carrying with. LunobesWood at the opera bou..' will bare- .
'. steel or copper reside in future.' Jack carrtod all *
him Jas. E. ,," -whom
\ W.J.v.U't.l1&Oa: Kulford we mentioned built to order; also Houseboats, oran't.hlna' after be on sale at the Osoeola Pharmacy bis I boats- biSV'tanulog ouadt'a.d 1
i last. week as having been Miss Flora Farnsworth returned toLive
Instead of Klsslmmee
In the Drug
boat line.- .
I Also other paraphernalia and will 0.- .. :
arrested Sheriff Walker Oak herdul. t- -
by at.. DeeInters yesterday to resume
Co. heretofore.Dr.J. .
as'a..oIlD. enginesof : a similar business in that. cHy to DM "-
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.. teacher In the school '
aa high at
1" Our rates 101' insertion of advertisements I that the best make Installed at the lowest ; Earnest Gllmore. the popular one be conducted)ben ..;v
among the reading matter ont Large stock of' all the latest millinery 1 place.. price,* Don't buy till you see me. prescription clerk of. the Klsslmn J rvMai.
+ 'this page is ten cents per line each inooooooooooooooooooooooo at Mrs. J. L. Ovsrstreet's.' I A full line of all the leading brandsof .I\.G.,Wnrrp.. P, p. Box 834. Drug Co., left last night-: for Atlantato "Lamb'and Mrs. J.. :L: *\.....
4 aertlon, ; whiskies, wines and beers at the .. 4 spend short gave their maoy frieaAs 'qsrfse a surprise
last a vacation. During
The Stanford Carson Ora....Hardware OnVrlday December'fin '
last Orlando
Rosa Saloon I. H. by 1IO.IIp'0''
White Nettles-&
the his absence Mr. lf TJDJfi'MG.Jt.I.r.IDC .-
Company purchased t.hl.eek destroyed poultry-raising plant of
i Co.. Orlando Fla;. tf '" and being -quietly married on
the furniture. business F. A.. Lawter, I t.be0... *
of. J W. i consuming 0,004 poundsof r* Thompson and will move the stock to .Don't 'o..jlft.0 attend the enter poultry. This is the largest fancy TV M. Wlllsoo, ':Jr.'s" ,Ire insurance afternoon treio.. "'Mr, and Mrs. Lamb>> rare
their Stores next week. Mr. Thompson talnment at_ the Opera House' next poultry plant in the State of Florida.The agency has recently been strengthened now he' lose.. at.sbeir' plajoa (nft
THI LOCAL HELD.i retake his building and will con Friday night For the. benefit of the loss Is estimated at $7&b, partially by the additlonof the Royal Exchange West Klsslmmee. and the Valley: 'I Oaj-

t.lau.0 operate--his uDcJert..kI08'1 Episcopal Church I painting fund.. :" -intnred. '','Mr. Lewter has ]justrecently Assurance of London and The Queen ...... Joins their'. many ........ la etc.

business.and bowling alle The '''entertainment' at the 'OperaHouse raised 9,000 chickens., from Insurance Company of New York Lending -..oongratulatloos. and '.bee. *

+ Fresh stock garden and flower seedsat next Frlnay night promises' to come.which ha_expected. a very' large in both rev-class old line companies.We wishes., ' ,. -;

x, Wade, the Tuner Orlando. tfDwellings'for the Klsslmmea Druv Co.. be one of the best aver given here by understand that enough.'of :& r"L.

r' i.o Til The winning numbers for'the fine local talent. Dont miss It. It has been ..U8'' ;, a' street stock: has.been ..beorlb ONNtlln , Um.It., '
rent apply '
sprinkler ia one of the crying needs of ; ,
''. Uaverlln ware presents. given away bythe Arrived yesterday nice Una of Peter insure the''uensss'of tae new = '
Klssimmee. Tho suggestion is 'The fI ilr1. \
". Stanford Carson, Graves Hardware Pan Collars, Tje..4 Plaid Belts. ,atKau's. ) ; not a project, and Mat ee soon ae 111,. ..:... f
,t '.. J. 'W. Miller spent Monday In 'amt i Co. are as follows: 2060. chocolate _-_ which bad one, aa the crushed rock, with ry Thuraan, who ta one of the I.a ears. Ii. = .ilf' .. .1.r
F 'pa on business., set 13333, punchbowl; our atreeta were paved some in. the movement.'returns' frees Herr. ," ,,
The railroad panenger service, is few months ago has been ground to a Pa" ; '
+ The former mantown, the organization 'will
'lf Mr. R. D. LIbby made a buslnsss vases.W. was won by Mrs. now somewhat improved minutes powder bv the constant hauling< consequent perfected and work .the s 4 iibiJ :.... .0
B. Johnson, but the latter : on building
trip Orlando We4DeScI 1. j,, have not come' ia'et. two Instead of hours being used. to desert be upon the marketing of the I begun as soon as possible. best loeaUaleat I :n.Hlt_ '
the. lateness of trains orange crop'and Is being*blown away the program and all If .
.Mr. R. T. Butler transacted: businessin Another lot of "R U A" cadet. host by the wind this dry weather. Special' service at.the'. : }, t'"r
Orlando'Wednesday.: received Mrs. G. W. Overly of Chicago;. is next Sunday morning of, interest ,to The Is. the '
ere 'lust at Danns.; R. toping? protfreesT /1.
Rev L.
here on a Visit to hef,.parent*. Mr.and Jenkins and family and every member., The roll will be called ." '
Mr. and ),t.... GeoW.. Overstreetwere Mr.; F.'W.' HID. of Narooossee, sent Mrs. H.;A,.Matthew*, and w .l probably Mr. and Mrs.; Clvde, of SU: Louis, and after some .appropriate/talks. : : PARR fy' ,N t.
Orlando visitors Wednesday,. to this offloe last week a lemon twig, spend the winter. who are visiting t.b.m. left yesterday there will be a general, handshaking.' 1 ....,..". Mt'; t fy r. amo.Of.,':!
containing a cluster of small lemons for, Fernandlna, Mr. Jenkln's new ',,"
'JxK. BiQ&' t.ar140ret.urued Ashvllle.tN. and )eaes/> which shows no sign and My ion-for purchases'In the dry fall goods exceeds,clothing in field of labor Mr.' Jenkins, though a sermon pastor In the evening.preach a It Is' earnestly :Year e.. t. VlgltaDorl.J ;"..fer>.".".'""!.....!..'.! e

C., this week to resume1 his whatever of the recent. cold snap.. A. volume ever made for this trade. young man, Is one of the deepestthl&k- hoped that each member will attend .,.. a '.. \. '...... "-
; studies.' tba lemon la one of the tenderest. of They are any arriving dally Katx's. ers, aa wall aa one,of the most. eloquent these services and thereby startthe 1.. y.....,.. .....,..).nile.... .......i...t Eti7Y.lNb'a' .'!1..' !,3: ,'
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V citrus fruits, It Is evident that the preachers: in the Florida conference New Year in right* ,.....1IoitDIoo;;. t,' J
Tlie'Clty Bakery is agent for the way.' ....,... '
The !_
and 1
leaves tYa..e.t.
groves around Naroooisee .we.. not, :young peopl. enjoyed a delightful many warm friends II. alio Is COrdlallloyltAld "J ,1'e".'
White State.. Star La'lndr-t.b. best In the Injured. hop at the.'opera house Wednesday hero, who.will watch with a great deal District P..npr ji'G. Klr .......-a.\I.. MA.V.DMw...".. .....I...................,.h'.. ..; ';' 1 X.I
evening' 14,. and Mrs. ''Newell of of interest his future career.It Agent ..... -- .'
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,See Mrs :J, L. Overstreet line of H. N. Bratton to Rent.North+Apply-Klsslmmee to Mr,' |. Orlando furnished splendid- .music on .'ls hoped that -the,-recent cold land of the' Atlantic .Coast, Use, I. a.elta&Io.a.,. ..M1w.......-.."....." .......'.,+ : ..WrIatt .,".

New Millinery before purchasing your the. violin, and piano snap will have the effect,, of whose'headquarters are 4n Tampa, t ..t:'; """-"' .".01..f V' 'K' ,.t,

t rF 1 , ,.winter" b.". of Mr.Mr.' Lewis MoCool's Be&o grapefruit a. i.wbo has grove'ch rg.on .' Mr-::*. J. L.. Overstreet's' .line ;of Millinery the white By on IJWlI'ro.ealo checking which office was hers a pleasant:yesterday call. and'made..Mr.* Kirkland this. 4...ItlM..Urr...._CantMkOrcb .................1MI w,. -.V Si

Mr. H. Petteway?, of Lough'man Steep. Beach.. In town Monday and Goods, I. complete and her The It has gotten should a start around town. states that tbcgcondltlon of t4frelgbt. rtr B.HUoa. ,.
prices are right. New goods every owners assist' nature inevery and passengercervlce of the A. 'hii ..: .
spent a few hours in town Monday presented the-editor with somefine possible C.JJJ I
.transacting bu.ines. grapefruit from this grove.Mr.,, .Seaman week. <.' be- eradicating of which there has been so much complaint t' PlapI.Mt MiUtU4nV .B.a VtntarModem .tlV, ,1,1Imo"
reports everything all right. on Mrs. W. B. I Hlgdon( and children can done by recently, la now being rapidly ...tan ....,.y !. .
The DsBarger place was, sold this that side the lake,. and says jpiavabushes left yesterday'' for' tbelr'home In up and burning the leaves which ann be ,'e .. .
week through the M. Tl11er./apac1 ,to and also by spraying the trunks workinvedsmoothlyythagain111He I..... ''I'--- .. ..e.yep e. '
were not. even hurt. by the cold OalovlUe after spending a couple limbs of the trees with some good'" Inaecticide. also ,Mr.""............,. ,./r.._. IL
CaDWC.MalllngH; ; oilast week with states,tost the management has::! been t...t. '. _,
.nap of weeks here her parents; Mr "Some1''. of H_ (.-"I/. / .., ..... ;. .,
.: 'Miss Madeline Dill 'came l In'i' i from Smoke Weitfavana the best and Mr*..J..A. Bandy.: fungus should also Jt*secured the' and fly doing Its. best. all along to better' 'con ..... Ca __)......... i..i... ...
Key given
ditions, but ha been handicapped I .... '
seriously 1'IMe &W" .
'a' f Narooossee Wednesday and returned 50 Cigar. on themarket,. '. Mrs. J. L. Ov rstreet la ,constantly a'.tart.,;' j ' by the' Impossibility of .seonr* .Sllr. .... .r.a..jVn. \

','ft" Orlando school; where- she Is attending Th. B.' Y. P.; ,Uof.; the.Baptist.1 receiving new hate for. the' ladies. ather 1 :'Rev.''MV. 'A.. Myers:the 'new pastor log' necessary eqllipment.! They now .. .,,-'...II..._.... .....c't.;: ..
Church held sojlal at the millinery" store.. Don't, fall. ,to see of the Methodist church, arrived with have the matter. well In band, however .....c.w .. "?"

Fine watch given" away. ask Dann. parsonage on Monday evening Baptist last. them before' purchasing.' his family from Daytona.- where 'they and we can confidently look' 'for,'better "4 a.eI&aUIra.. ..1[.....IIrtttal......_...,..'..:......,..1'r.:,.<....,;._,'i \I''IiI .

? about The guests lingered until the midnight! . Mr. and Mrs. C. C., Turlington'. bad been'vi.itingsince Conference service In the future. i PLS.1.rtes.M.-. L t"\.I"\ ..:;.r 1t.
S :i S Mr. W. W. Bell, of ,Wannee. Fla., flour, when all repaired to the church rived Wednesday night from Alabama last.*week and preached two ezoell.ntHrmOD. Frank Turbltt the erstwhile wrestler ... i......' if<' : \
+k V ,. returnedq. his business at that place and ushered in the.New '-Year' with a to take up their real Idenos at the Methodist church last and painter, who was here la*t summer, ='iZ.t..... ', ,\ft, } Jr. r <.
{ 'J Monday after spending several days sfiprt appropriate. service o, at 0 which Mr. Turlington recently purchased the SUDda,.. He has been stationed at returned town Monday with Sun 1. .... ,, ." '

y ,here with his family.. Re*. C. M.. ''Brlttaln.;' the pastor. Chandler residence ort upper. .Broad* Key Watt for tba past year from which Bros Show. Turbltt made quite a" _, Progress, New,, Yo rt,:"- {:. .', '
I ( presided \ way.. place ha was transferred hereby the reputation' ,here during his former raoe'build' oorh'"
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S Go to the Waters & Carson! Grocery Conference. Mr- > i ag stonea high;;\ .
r Co. ,.forvour, seed oat. *. .:, Phone'your' ' want.'we,' "do" the''funntng. .. Mr. C. AV ,Heidi representing 'the to the people) of Kisslmmee Myers Isnostrapger he having glad stay. In were more some ways of than his acquaintances(one, and so taming" -thousand. offices ;'''''aDl', '\, ;'ABsautar ,. ,;.
with the L A U. \ . Security Co. painted ; \ .H
.,Mr. G.A. Beach has the land cleared Tampa ; assisted la meetings held, here during $to.hare him .back againthat: theauthorities' Hotel 'bloek''rou''r:
Wednesday the covering a "
'KISSIMMEK Diva was .f"
COMPANY.Sheriff the both
and is prepalring' plant. seventy pastorates of Mr.Sblpp and were, prevailed. upon to "i'J
taming Mod *Smiles '
his While here be' '
.r l'j. acres in watermelons on his place at Walker was. called'to Campbell company.'sister washe Mr. Bell; andw bespeak for him the take him la charge and for' the nextthree''llb".1;: travel! .' .7 "
guest ofbis W.; an If" .
Mrs. VC
i cordial support, not only! of the Methodist least
J ;Ashton this season: .telephone Saturday. night. to Griffin i months, at the county will, This Is,modern progress., *rL. .
arrest a negro named.Fred McDanlel church but 'of all our people provide him wU.b.a boarding place i at .. Paint la a
& M. modern progress
,' Ladles watch, lb jewel Elgin move- Mating 'the during' his-ministry, Farmer's $y
who shot and probably fatally wound Capt. has purchased De- !beret ,, turpentine still'all .' nl'I
3 V paent.Freel: ask Dann about it. ed .another negro named Sandy Barge place in West ,.Klsslmmee. and The*, Postal Telegraph ,Company be will have to do In return Is to outboxes paint Buy oil fresh from the. barrel .Di I$

V I Dr. T. M: Rivers and. family, returned Harris.' Both negroes. .employed, with his sister,' will 'OCCUP1 It a* a reached: this .place, with< tbelr- wires : and din turpentine. Previousto add it to the. .& ''M. :Paint, which.., ia ,
.1 lat Tuesday from' :their old atBf Cv Lewls ,& Co'a turpentine home. He does not take possession; last Friday, and a COllnect.IODU,. effected TurbHt's departure on bis former semi-mixedt. ?
? home In Georgia, where they spent still.-Sheriff' Walker brought Me however, until April, when, Mrs.' DeBarger about 1''!,o'clock in ,the 'after visit here he purloined some tools from ,4 gallons L. A M, ra'i\ i li'1'' &fi:; \ol+

t; Daniel Kisslmmee and lodged 'him expects to !move north tolive noon. Mr. J; Cj Dollve, au operator Henry Fountain; and. when he returned . Ions L1Daee4'OU. at 60 cents .a gallon. ,: .t ,
friends' In j.110' -wait the result'of. his with her son., of the company"::was .her and took Monday Sheriff .W.lkertook .him : ; ;. v's. ,,:
victim's wounds h In ''Cbarcra., He' was,, tried'' ..beforeCounty peraalCastof'petnt'less'hau'a, 1
charge of the office which Is'' locatedat :
band drawn work at Danns. .. ,A' lire originated from some unknown : ;, .
T If you hava any' laundry to send 'means last Saturday in' tba': rear of Hotel Tohopekallga, temporarily, Judge Johnston' on. ,Tuesday If the alightest defect, exists.>in the'L' .' :t:
' k'I;I P; A.'Van Agnew, Esq., moved his away and want it. "done up" In good Mrs. Hugbes's boarding house but but baa since been succeeded by :\il'. convicted and sentenced, to three : 4P.ID': : that. has been usedo, *. j .
law. offloe this week to rooms 'Upstairsin Kee,who will have permanent months on I the .CO n", chain .gang. house'.It' will, Ior "
.. charge. any i'repalnted
the the
shape phone City Bakery .. owing of Messrs.Henry'Fountain ,
the Fell block. :MaJ., T., M. Mur to quick respond Mr..W. B. Maklnton sent the Bn"meI.a" W. .'understandthere J is' nothing. ", \ ws "",.. ."
Mr. C. ,W. Ward have moved Marrl<<'0-'at lobe Baptist parsonage and Henry Daises, against.him here for Moklnson and
phi was extinguished with bat'slight lois over the polal wire. The 1 Sold bv W."n. t&Kisslmmee. 1 i.CO"_.;;
, '. .with him .stin have,, their on Wednesday afternoon last; Mr. Bell'Telephone Company who are which hewillbelied' wheip'hi.'time' !. : '
andot9ce. before a general alarm wa glrep.! i6L If.'
.desks in b1 W. A. MoLaugblln and Miss Le..leM stringing their .wires .om, the Postal expires t ',; ov.,...Ibihrl.Lay.:', i f'
''arriving "thew.,. n.". c.;,M. Brlttalnofflcla Mrs. E. A, Gray and nlere'. ; Miss, Co'..-poles are expected to reach Kis* : .... ' ",.
OoI'l tj stock 1kwVd r'
now ,
Htwdred t J. '/"" "
1, : tKale's ting. The groom Is a -well 11:00"0101lDir' : Nannie Rosa Thomas.Jolt this week slmmee some time this month when ., ; : ' "
't'e ,Inspection Invited business' mane' who formerly for Key West after 'a. pleasant, visit we will have look: distance .telephone boeHundre4f Reeardy'tor St_ r'J '',) .

Ool...J/._W* Aderhold moved isle lived In Klssliamee, and the bride Is asister here WIth. the family of IRe,,,.3. L. connection*. M well aa two"competing evidence anfficent to1' cause tbaarrest weekly' wip.j' Jttluliamee >oBw
.. .family into vtbwJohnson cottage. on of Mra. J ao.'- HUjlbea.with'whom Jduoa.i 'Mrsw Gray I. a sister of M.... telegraph \\ia*... The Postal Vrlu push and coalotlocolall7 person or persons ft ef.Leavee., **, .Hov+Krtaorsrfmr
"', li +iMaln street, which be pu"b.MdlOm. she baa been stopping for some, time. Moon'' aDd thewife'of;; R*". E. A. Its line t.broU8'lLiO.Tampa asfast.,as firing woods or Admitting any trespasson .a*.T o'otaek.' retaraingThMwday :,
%weeks ago laat. ? Saturday.. He. "has Tb happy couple left on the afternoon Gray of the Florida >conference, who possible, and,we understand; that .by any part olwhat. 4s kadwnas' theI9ttteoex'ftlgrw aftwiaoaa iFreigat aced ..m-..
: ,'' BnhSVUig.| a. nw roof>pntlpn' ; and traisforY.akelandwherea ; .l'W1ll' ; was transferred .*..:Tear from Micanopy. I the time it reaches that city the cable Hopkins"--* ". ", .. ....... 1...','. 1111 .
i; .f.oeker; made tbl.weak ., make their future home.'' to BparfcVCbecsl,: Key.' '. wlUhavebeenlaid .,. . ,-, ; .&!II'. ... -
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.7 : ., 'C' of pinched' resources nor''lack of ttecm'sarles. -

eftI w ," Mississippi' ,Governoii-AceOmpanUs.tha DREAM,OF THE,ECONOMISTS FULFILLED ., -..,' -,"

'. Troopstto: '. Will''tnwstlpate IN 'THE 'WESTV a'typical'community ()f 1
Scooba nd ( . ', Take' ',, .OOOj
Wrought I in Frightful/Wr .ck Race people out In, central Kansas., UJa,
Gory 4 .1 i I..lh.J, fhe' Vast Gr.'n Field
Wherk .
( ; ; the centre of an average farmltg com
t :: Near Washington | ; Are 'No PoSrfiouses, No Fresh Air munity. In It are4 tNentyfourchreh' ,
Stiavvs special from Jackson Miss.
LIt Other A says, i .
Fund) No Charity Work,- Bocaus" organizations ,and seventeen .lodges.! ,, ,'J
Governor VardaQian end several membori'of'Ws It hall been through a boom and recovered :I

ARC : starf left for' Scooba 'Wed ,None |'I Nee
:. Fall io.DO THlRtY'Et:, ( T, ;:I.DEAD'. nesday'4vening. at' six .o'clook'on a That .of J rot;>erty{ ', attending a settlement where "'
\ special train 'He carried" with him ,The :dream of the. economist .la a everybody familiar with .his) neighbors
S vgL
Is the extent of ,
land without| poverty. Time ambition business This
nmcfeae! Wlllt.-Slxty'Ar."on List .Injured, about twenty-five cumbers tot the '
oT'tho'slatosmaSTls' Its charity work.'j ;
: Capital Light Guards, under people without
'Tr.lna' Crashed In .Dea''! coop '
r a house -Fop.H.srtrendln9 'want 1 Each Thanksgiving -pay lit a union- .
In, almost every there K maud of Captain Fnlrley. AdJutant able to.obtain those necessariesthe
.room.that the heat from the ',8oenesL ; Albert pee. of which will permit! them to service In one of tire churches 1* takena :'
other stoves furnace fads to I" ' General Fridge 'proceeded him I for the .mission fund.
Enacted. maintain a state of physical efficiency."" city
reach. It: slay ba a about three hours, going, on theregular '
room on The dwellers on the groat plains of This aIDount8lt'tut year to f 34.GO the
the "weather" side or one having no heat train to Meridian where '
j connection. { America approach near to that Ideal. year preceding to $37. A committee,
.' It nay be : No mat. jAn'arpnllfca disaster ccu'ryed{ un-
c j } another spf clal tr41n waiting 'to car ''
ter Injrhat: part; of the bouee-wbether room or ; > From the Missouri' -River to tho consisting of two members from eacaof.
+ hallway-: : can, .soon be.made song and cozy with a" -day nght| at 7 O'clock' on the Baltl.htore' 17 the governor'and militia direct toSco Rocky: Mountains, from Canada to the half a dazeD leading churches; ,

'and '"Ohio >allrood 'at'Tetra '. ba., . new State of: Oklahoma Is one Vast w.v.ka; with the city oBlcIal A thatTiona:: .

aWi. vT :PERFECTION] : Cotta about! throo. ,miles',fconOVusington hof Latest ad vices."from Scooba, :and\ grain' fi..M,'Tt If I*!! the h fn-of !'srl<>'il- -of the needy may be missed., '?
Wabalnk state that\ ''quiet prevails at turlsts and of!'people' whose prosperity. The principal expenditure II in buying .,
; in .whlrlv .thlrteiil t 'per( ? ,
both of these .towns as well a'l depends directly on the products of Christmas basktU and Bending

N < ,Oil Heater tons woro killed and ''over'' :.i..ii.ty. '.fad"' throughout the surrounding territory the farm. To be sure there are mines them to .the families of widows or to'

J; )tired. Boma.ot tliitm so 'seriously ,that and that the troops and CI.Il'authorl.!. and, oil and< manufacturing; but the the aged as reminders of the day.

", (Cqnlppe MrltH SmokclcM Device), they will dto..J ? *" ties' are In complete control of' the staple resource of 'the region Is the 'Occasionally: some' Immigrant' Is
Unlike ordinary beaters the Perfect Ion gives satisfaction situation. farm. stranded here as ,he goes' with hit
a ,. always. First and foremost it t. absolutely "sat.-yoa ca m4J The accident was cawed byitha <;olIl3lon reliable 'family across country In ,his white
When ,
According to ,the molt report the crops fall the general incomp'langufshes -
tarn the wick too. I high or too low. Gives intense heat "wlthoht of>ai p t f 1t t 'iSfu; ;:'tn WW*i''fnston' covered wagon/'' explained the chairman
smoke or smell b caos*equipped with smokeless device. the! disturbance of the last few and this is the test '
1F t t' .,-' Can be easily eatTied.frotn, room to room. As easy atl"lJU''p. nti;:r rrtm Frederick," days In, Kemper county 'f'crenot as I of a community's basis,, In all that of the committee VWe helped,
v to a Ornamental. useful. .Md. known' lheder161'apeciol serious territory are only three large cities two, such cases last :year. Some famliles -
operates lamp well as as the ( \. as at-first reported.: The trouble i the'
Hade in two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount .with! dead-head paeeenger is attributed to the actions of arecklcFS Omaha. Kansas' City and .the Minneapolis with \little children where
a equip t
beautifully embossed." Holds of and lit bave been assisted, but
oil barns
parents are
4 quarts 9 St. Paul settlementStl.ouls,
hoars; There'sre l satisfaction la a Perfection Oil Heater. meat special of elght. mobs; which,; In war blnr; for though on the west side of tbe we have not spent all our money this
1 Every beater warranted. If not at your dealer's writ our the cegro who attacking Condutcor "
wereaboard, 111fatedtrain In year, nor did we last year.
Die river does
j I not belong the Prairie
nearest agency for descriptive, ,circular,' Cooper aboard a Mobile and Ohio train State "But- do not the town and county
catalogue. Denver is
\\ThC' makes ..e lao.... trlakt .: last Bandar and ,who shot and killed prlmar- *
'Lam spend something tor harltyT"'
4 Lt sty a mining centre.
'" ..' _P 'for eaela.dll..p atIad The' railway offlciala, are unable to Constable O'Brien'of Wabalak", killed Each of these cities is remarkably, Yes, and there Is a'poor farm; but
P 1 >- VM. olve* <4 r Mcady
: assign, for' he \ three negroes and wounded POvernlot.hl prosperous It has seventeen Inmates, all of
r Ucht. VIM. wlti UtMt anyjcaijaa, ,. colllkioa. / ;' each oj them ban more only
If' li.prm4b.nMr; .W-4.w t>n.. Ibrenibont sad nickel plated.n.ery .- : !>rs. .(hem there because Infirm sick or ,
] lamp ......-. B. As soon. a+,'' of the wreck work for laborers than there are laborers
{ I I partore>rt> dr otti. Ifaotii "0.' _reached-' the' Mtytillrambuiaucea available Feeling against: the ce-grees w&s'tn.teDcUled for hire; each is building and aged. It Is really a. hospital. It bas

( II' ,., .AJMDAaD OIL I COMPANY tf _..."'". : by the Mobile and Ohio rail extending: IU limits as never before. steam heat and bathrooms, and Is

with ag many j>ny.iclaus aa"could road at Crawford station Monday The problem of the the-struggle more_a home than a puffllc refuge '
............. poor,
'b, 'II emblelt'wore'. : sonj-to the nightand.inthebellefthatth0.mobwas of-the,tenement iiouaa and the efforts Tliovclty marshal sometimes takes foodor

*'f, Ii Wyoming ,was 'admitted to the UnJlon A, man who .can make the world: ..believe 1 'scene. -. -.- -i beyond Ma. control DeputT..shert cf organized! ,, charity are little .known, coa( to families town, but it' Is

''-* 'July 11, '1890. .. he Is a genius Is really'. a,genius. Of this: Injured seven were, takento Iff 'Alexander, at Scooba,, asked that Poverty Is unperceived because the whensudden misfortune' bas Visited

I ,' '........ troops be sent thero at onoe, so that opportunity for wane earning. and the- home and not because .of poverty;
Mrs, Wlnslow's Soothing 8)1't1ptor Children Kreedmaii'a ho i>iul, flftoon to the -
ffah cured in 30 mlnutts tr. Woolford's teeUalnK.Hoftens Lhegum ,roouoe tDllanuna.- Halted tlt.telS SoMteiV'Horne' hospital the Innocent negroes1 might be pro- has been present In these rapidly developing In the usual sense of the word. ;

CaniUrr T otion; never faili. Sold by,Drugmi ., Yon,Uitys p&inCW'eI wind mlio,23cabottU tected. Two companies of tate. troopsare 'communities advancing as .Tills was characteristic of other
Mail ordero-promptly'flNed by l> and twenty were brought Into tho city towns -which Inquiries were made.
@! r.
' Scooba.It they .have from villages to .cities of
'Atmollt'tII.OOO now
',A.Det ili.oD &d.Co..Cr'wfoi'dsvlUelnd. SUflj women work' about on a special train to be carried to' Many of them had even a better record '
150,000 to' 300.000, In practically uninterrupted
tbe mines In the German em.plre.NO" the Is believed that during the trouble -
!.I'.! Of'all) 'rasa sailors. .suffer mod, from rbejiHogless ten negroes and two whites were progression. The construction not ha.vlng10 many railroadsand
: larn. / P. Bodlitz. lit newspaper man killed. of municipal Improvements the so escaping the trampdom that
: RELIEF FOR '15 YEARS. of Frederick, Md., who wan slightly guides Its movements by tbe-dlrectlOn'
.. of stores, public buildings and
Wednesday night the streets of '
lajured: in>>describing I*.* experience: dwellings the multitude of other im- of lines of ties.

iw' All Sorts of Remedies Failed to Curt. said: Scoo p. were' crowded with negroes provementsvadded to the manufac The tramp problem closely allied as

3oowddfii Ecrema .Snffercr.Tried Coticnra ."I 'Was #In the car next to the smoker who had gathered from 'miles around. turing Industries gave all not physically it is to poverty exists: In the plains

[ slid Is Entirely Cured. talking: with a gentlemen and his Tbey were highly excited but there incapacitated a chance. region 'as elsewhere. "While distancesare

'"I hen had eczema for "over fifteen wife from Detroit Mich. We were an was nothing threatening 'fa their de "Have 'you a fresh air fund or...>>lan expansive and opportunity for ..e-

yean, and have tried all aorta of remediesto standing up, the' car being crowd
e' Lard I relieve me",but without avail.'. ,,1 stated Suddenly we beard an awful noise and -most of them bad gathered some church workers in- one of the impertinent the procession of able '

my .cue< to one of my',friend and hit( then'a crash. Women began screamJInr through fear that violence would be West's bustling 'cities."Why bodied men loafs 'along the highwaysand

T where: L'good bouelit recommea.ded thoin with the ,CutieuralRemedies.the thought" that, they I end the'next thing 1'knew I found'' done than If they remained In the should we?" was the reply baits in the parks and groves. '
One any near sos I of
., would be uniucceuful as .with.tbe others.But'atter 'mYAt'J! :rolling down, An embankment surrounding districts, and fear alone "when a walk of a few blocks takes Questioned most of the members
j ,- SO' pure so' ecopprnkal.jso i Using them'for'* few'weeks I''' where some cue picked WU up andI bad driven'them Into the towns.; any one to the fields and- running:; the Guild of the Wandering Foot will"' '

satisfactory. noticed to,my surprise that the irritation found I was not badly hurt. It Is With companies'of militia patrolling streams This Is only a-big country say they are bound, for the, "Coast."'

and peeling of the akin gradually de Impossible to describe the'l streets'".there aeemed to- be little town after all." or are "going East to the wife's folks.

JU.<. Oovemmant Inspected.. j jA creased, ,,and finally, after using five cakes' nnd'hlldren the 'scene.Women / Apprehension among either whites or A big country town' -perhaps that Many towns have ordinances makingthe "
of CuUcura Soap and two boxes of Cut' : were running giving of alms to strangers an offence ',
best the condition -
blacks.. of any further trouble. Mostof expresses present day
about for their parents 'and
'eur.Ointment it disappeared entirely'Ifeel crying, ; thai stall be.,
specifying beggars
of Western those that ,
the cities ,
Clrplri the white In Scooba giv
liko'a and fathers ,-popple
DOW ; new. man, ( would rnotbers and were rushing '*
sent the authorities.:
'd gladly I recommend .the..' remedies to, all, around try g"" In when tbe farmers
:FACE ,who are afflicted with akin diseases.' David The dead 'and 'injured ,were strewn In,.:efforts-to restore tn nQ-uf-} Inland empire. They retain some Of summer are
Blum,,, Jlox A. Uedford Station, N. Y. 'along Ity., Among,these whites the opinion the freshness and the heart interest begging for help In tM harvest 'It (si
Nov. 0.\1905.'' the" track for a distance- a of smaller municipalities and of the aggravating to see able bodied men
,full. of ,pimples )nlle.'" f + Is .freely' expressed that the entire> open lands; living their Irresponsible life and -refusing -
"a.The ''dead 'bodies sound trouble was uncalled for, .and ,bould '' ..
were, lying Isit.of'lhemld f2 a.'day and board' for work
'fmtoto: w. Mora true : class
: HI* lor away,e rte ef General, Shifter en Fat Men., have
..... betide tho track for .considerable\ been averted.1.MAFIA : three In the,wheat1; fields.,. Kansas asks for
y .. -tae...J' Mdeg a4 walef 0 less cities that are scattered two' Wefffhlng not >
It -
; scarcely more '''
distance. The'wreck occurred at sS9 25,000 workers In ,harvest sunv--
.. : every
i In a State over the level league, .
; p8rS011l6p:"' i III.tu S;, \ '1t than tour profound hundred aversion pounds for fat Shatter'lad'a meD, p. m. A.deiiBa fog was prevailing ,and'i : AGAIN'' ACTIVE, gaining sustenance from local ,agricultural -' mer. Nebraska' uses s 15,000 .nd (Ithe

? ,live aniM dlp.tlm.-. it..,..d.a .' ',either as, enlisted men 'or officers. made objocta perceptible but a, few i surroundings,. They are. Inr-' Dakota as many snore

........ _oarlpsran. ,; ; ,"TheY're"no account for soldiering;": feet: ahead. It WAS Impossible at first'to Six Italians F.ound. deed big country towns. j1......., .
.Mysteriously Mur.dered ATFIE''
"" ,M_..... 1aIA. bluster determine the exact extent of the ', 'On their boulevards'',';:one +., seeVln :", KAISER'8V ICE.. 1 ,
he would la bis"tremendous ...
': nNss M tetAdi''iNYiis. liLll.rk.aft catastrophe ,? , ? ,'d,., '.. ... In New\ Orleans Crime; summer evenings -": happy r? families ';'!:." --. "
basso., 'wheel. '
tt .... CI.! ,sl.n', .. "They pant, they they 'I' Tho lll-fatetl train runs-only on Sunday ",, \ 'Secreli'VSociety",F', V stowed tney''gruntt '
snort; 'they choke : they '' ,.;,. ; !.. .. ..&' {; nsnt .Aoll|, In Phonetic' Archives.One .
1"- ,
; ,
rroan; they, ;waddle; they' slouch :;; for ,the*benefit of,>\Wal blDgtc n. ;; : yay.; -. ; : costless1 husbands lounging) lawns of the novelties of the last few ,

hrough the world... Not particle of 'tans 'who either' have. country place.. Six Italians' were found murdered they themselves have mowed; neigh years (a.the establishment. of phonetic; ,

'htSAW'' MILLS good on' earth.- ,tat soldiers-would\ on the line or go to' visit, relatives.It In '. tenement house In Dumain4 bore visiting on the porches along the archives,,,In which the.voices of noteworthy '.

) not have one of,:'em around if-J.:could leaves Frederick ,at 4, o'clock, liv street in New Orleans early..JVedle4a beet relldet "street"as, well' as in persons are to be' preserved.. ,

,. y," help It." the afternoon and Is scheduled to ,.,morning. Some,, of them had, been the farthest suburb., The--first record .actually, taken'** 1r F

1 : ":LATH',AND SHINGLE'MACHINES ,"Er-but-er-:you would'not. exacty -,. reach Washington at d:25 o'clock.: burned 'to death; and there Is, no Past the finest houses In the town such a permanent archive in Americawas

euPPLIEC 8TEAM' AND -er-call yourself Slight, would you ,C.' W. Galloway";,superintendent'\ of doubt,,that the',men,were vlctlmiTofthe roll,, the, automobiles and along the .that of 'European., Through the, ..

_ v.;'t'. 'tSAyf!" .' OASOUNCCNSINES.Try colonel! a venturesome maJor: -once transportation of the :Baltimore Mid Mafia, which bas been working secretly same streets roll perambulators pushed -. American Ambassador Charlemagne

r.' y LOMBARDt "aerA, asked Shatter after ol1e'' of there out- Qliio, stated that It was IiapuHSibla, yet in New Orleans for many years) by workers I in the creamery or In Tower I applied for a "record of the

: bursts. "determine the cause of. the wrecfc.- and has broken-out at Interval, when the carriage factory. It Is a democratic voice of the German emperor for preservation '

J ,HICKS, flight: ? Nol"- ;Shatter ,thunderedIn He laid: revolting crimes have been commit procession that makes up tbemoving In duable material In Harvard

: CAPtJDINEMMUMATS1.T reply, ."H-U no! '.J',. been a fat, i' 'We have on this division the most ted. "' .' : plcture. nd you wonder where University the National Museum

{ CVMCS lobby .old nuisance ever since"1 the, modern block' system. Just what()Oo Not since the lynching of Italians are 'the poor. of this community' of at Washington, and the Library ofCongresl

day'I'' Upped the ,beam 'at'over- two curred we unable this hour to 40,000 people. at Washington. The recordIs
; EADAC"ESa.u. are at by" the wholesale,, several years
? hundred pounds. and right then I '' ago "You mean the colored 'poljutatlonf"suggestl to, be kept asa.. historical documentfor
Bat. Because of 'the confusion Incident ;
has the New iOrleans'
1 , .. COLD-' foreign populace host. "Needn't worry
.ought to'ye been courtmartlalled and your posterity. The Phonetic Archives
'" "' to the collision .of caring lor the been in such a high state of ;
.. IIOUM excitement.
a 10 a i cashiered for'outrageous and mallclous ., about them They are getting along at the institutions mentioned are to
[ as M p.IF dead and Injured, we havo lcen unable We would be glad to '
all pay
..n..I\o' __ i adiposity, sir-for., scandalous, right. Include records from such persons as) r
.. to' consider ,the proper cause i. We Allowing! the discovery pf tbe five dollars. week
-.i corpulence to the prejudice of mil" mur. the women four or will presumably have permanent historical
;Lore writes the epitaphs of the have.:not yet Interrogated the :operators derv the excitement will work
-dlaclplina"-Waahington Star grew to such as servants, but they not Interest for America. The .
--.nt'one. on tho heart"of the living, : .and untttjJK.o Jo '&.0 we.cannot: bounds '" not have 'importance -
that .
.. ,the, enUr, police ,dePart. for u They say .they .do 'of the undertaking can: be -
oj ..an4 not..,on, ,tombstoneM, ; be certain I what the situation was.". ment was hurried to' the te'nemehT to do that. They can work by the'day estimated by considering the present'

-, A. FORM OF SPEECH. .'It Is stated that -the. danger signal/ house. Tho police could not Cope with half the time and make more money.So vane of voice records by Ijemosthen, -

us *:'P11.. Care4ln 0 to 14 Da,.' Suitor (nerYoU.l-"Slr.) .' I- ask. -your at Takoma,:'Park a short dl.taDcefrem the situation and a call was .sent for we hire,them by tha day part of Shakespeare, or Emperor William the

__,r. ?! IIct'OIII.t1neutI" guaranteed to cut any daughter's) hand-- 'the scene of the'accident, was .every >.ablebodle.4J.emall In' the department the time and do'our' own work the Great"A

'''t +cwofIt bin 1BUn3BleedingorProtrnding: \ Father (quizzically' ) --' "Well, you 'set when the train'of empties passed. to hurry to the remainder of the week. Poverty? Go 'The Emperor consented, and the ,
'I i \Jffl' sUiqtol4oys or money refunded."' ,50o./ ;' ,can't have 1C, Do you suppose! I'm Tho train'was going' at\ We'rate of .The murders are believed' have .into their homes. Some'of them have paratus was set up In the palace.ap I .

; "tI Ueeleserwell..aald. '.Art.' going to have a one-handed; girl hangIng -, 'miles hour/ and are common-the
\ A for.the balance of my sixty aa1 engineer been committed during the arly part pianos organs asked for four records, one for each,
itnrntnt'dohe around me '
rr4' t ; don't suffer
t Hildebrand stated that on account of Tuesday night and had undoubtedly of the' Institutions mentioned and one'
:', fair applk-ant'.tor' a place In. das r'--The: Bohemian -4-, the, beatyr fog ,be could not ''see the teen planned ahead.. That no' screams "But you'glv to charity" for mr own scientific Investigation.

:iils- company, "have you any !dlaWorts signal. His 'traln ran ,into the. Fred, were heard from the ''murdered"men "Of course. Occasionally a family The Emperor, however made only

f that you IcanIO".CI:;; a,raurr POSTU3t CBRKAL ,CO;',..IiTD.'Gnarantee crick'' train Just as It- was pUlllq1'o.t I Pleads I to the theory that Is',found that needs help. The father two records designating one for Harvard
'woad (rain .or,be robbed.of on'a terry- Of Terra'Cotta/where 1t'lIa1'.to1."e4to many 'men or mother Is 111,'death or1 accident has University and the other for
4oct. in .
On Their Pr were 'engaged the slaughter .ndtJjat
the' Income.' When that happens
t take : four flre lessened other purpose. The two
or records
asaengen. '
oa : were I
: victims
the ''
.boat jointo"tray that I 40CO"C were s"t upon at & andit'is known supplies are
; ., made by a phonograph with
We ( specially
i : own any'Jewelry''I1 "I warrant and guarantee that all' I given: signal and struck down before forthcoming In, abundance and the selected recorders) on wax cylinders.

'. there anybody; that we can have packages of Postum. 'Cereal Grape- BOOZE' .r CAU8ED'RACER10-k / any of them'coutd make an outcry.. needy ones are well cared for.. W4 do Such cylinders are of 4
,, permanent
xr.sted'forfollowing! ; you ,around,: Nuts .and Elijah".. Mann.hereafter. d d .'-' -I- The' bodies of the' dead men 'were not have any suffering, poor with us ..value because they are'of tea lnJured'I' '

from town, to town'.and, "making. Ion'Nondon't sold-by any 'Jobber or'retailer, comply " Mississippi Governor Favor Prohibition literally hacked to pieces rand I those In any other sense," by' mold, and sooner, or later they '

t V J,' oJyowT-;: ' "" ', ;with the provisions of the'.Na''; atonal for thefJegroas.' that I were burned bad evidently been So It is in otber'am.n elites' DOS always crack, owing to changes'. '3n$ \ '.d,\'

'"; 'know 'of 'any" ','.'ell. perIfWouldyou *' Pure Food Law, and' ares not Governor VanDaman) o< Mississippi i set'on flre' after being put to" deaths Moines, Dubuque, Lincoln, .Wichita, temperature, :_ .,.::

I ''''-' ' ' and shall not'be'adulterated "or misbranded -,!': states'that the newspaper reports con., The mnrderers arc'aid'not to'have Topeka Sioux Falls Fargo Pueblo. From ,each original '"master record" i,:,

have any objection tot i within the meaning of/acid{ corning the disturbance In Kemper left, a, clew to their Identity. It tbey Guthrie, Muskogee. Up"and down- the a metal matrix was made by coating :"'!'

>eln, thrown1', out 'of automobile' ,Act of Congress.. approved June' SO.'. county were greatly exaggerated./.He{ are known the'1 Italians are th@, only plains'region, travel from one. busy 9 with gragihito'and then galvanopl. '. a,
sAd rolling down a., steep' ,embank capital to another, tromone.businesscentre '
o 1S0Sand entitled. ".An..ct'for.'pr..i'YeDUIIC ones who 'can enlighten the police, ting 1C The wax master record was 1
: does not think .that the death list will
all the
1t Is same
trientnAfD end tip ta this Ume have refused to.another. tSen removed '
they (
being 4process.leaving
':toe that be dangerous,, the .manufacture, sale, or: number ovfr. four or'five.. stOry. destroyed In the .
1 ir .would transportation of adulterated, or misbranded -. to talk.) a mold froru'whlch''positivesthat
? ,wunldn't'tT"7bei ? He, further ..tate.that the 1{troublewas Are all rich? ,JJo.. not even a;:con .
ey "" or' poisonous deleterious :The police are of'the""Opinion that ; Is copies of the original -
.'', iryfell.:. 1t are"your- recommenda-_ i foods.drue.medlclnes.lipforsand' cauaa, by liquOr- and' favors the the 'mnrderl'wer committed'by.' one siderable portion .rich -as: the world -could be cast 111'a bard shellac \ r'-

I Bona.' anywayrv. .. same prohibition laws :which "areajV::; > goes.; The list otmlllfonaries'placesless -..
", for r cute ting, 'traffic thefeln for ,, of the many secret societies and that composition in celluloid Some ),
. plied to the Indians Inthe a' dozen In all'this,empireof "
.r can-act- nthsp4 an "'' welt,tor than casts were also made la and 5J
are p ; tho, nix: men who were slain j were Is war, new ...
"ItW&nnthstdutakhiakia"= /! Pont CrBiAt Co.'j: LTD; the. negraJEFFRIEe marked'for..death, by their. own'roun.< as many State., and it probable metal matrices. were made from thee
Ch I', ;
r. : I 4: ' C.;W. POST. Chairman.. ; !" that tbe wealth of Irfbme of,these basbeen In this manner the following material '

It .. u.R.loord'Herald.; 1 -r e.ti ... .%W;'.. Battle Creek;_Mich. T. MEEK: SQUIRES, ; tryarem ovesestlmated. was obta\.nec1f'l\ ) A metal matrix and ,

: '/,-:- -' -. . ., Dee, 1I,:tIOb... : R'AIL' ; but In these townsthere Is no fringe positive, of Record No. 1, deposited; la
, : ': "D1'8 tIa" t...Subscribed and sworn to before methis" In,,Flstlo Bout for,t30ooo"and',Wor d" ' .IN:.. 'SCOTLAND.. 'of that desolatlon'or of poverty stricken the NatlonaJ Museum at Washington;""j
becang.b.wtlmted -- which mark equally
r f"B-' (,&o..eo : .15th, dayot December t906dxeraxfN Championship;', .. ; dependence (t) a similar set of Record NoJ 1, deposited -'
.....r., W _: to eat"wa : $'.,Runr. ., ,Storm .Causes Disaster In WhichSixtsen large cities' ,of' the Eastern States.Every in the Congressional ,Library '
Articles here slgped''at "
'. "' 1. fy..tlnO'W'I .-' Publle.bty .' .. ? San FranCisco People 'LOS 'L ,. resident ,enjoys> familiar' acquaintance at
,Dn t I#ts'e Rotary,. ; Washington) (3)) a similar, set of :
stowt'l16 eat'e commUtion 1907 ; by'Willtant' Pelaney .represent : ,'with green :.grass, lowers, '
:.: \ expires Julyl: In, a '\8Ilroal1COJUll: la Scotland c Record No., deposited In Harvard $3
neverahtisl: ..... '.trlOtuagoods.\ ." arerpurethey; .:always ia'gjiJaniesyj: : ; "" 'Jeffries''and fFti; ; T sy4loresrejw.aoutlng ; .causedby' : heavy' tite,1.1t.few'd&7."slx1een pure,air and.1' sunshine; every one In University; ) a complete 'et'for;"

..,at.-phtl: sdaphiai. ... :J. \t. ,have-been, and.:.always,.will (be.< they\ ; the;lihyolite'Atbjette'' :; : :, ".storma of f ifc'ave.been'killed < good health. ,has,-sufficient: Jo eat ant, both records (a metal matrix: and, ,a..'
persons alms.,
L I - futi';-; tor; i9gbt"foriLe;\ ;bertvywe'uhfehamploaskip |' and 'ever-'thirtyinjured, ): small: \; I presented v
KianeaiMJl .' 7onianli..:JtM; ways dines: the..beCIaaiu' bur b.klti "' Tben"oome-thewillagea'and to the Emperon and(S).a
'r : The reserve gun
",":' 5! neither Counfcsas V.. .: ... .printed a truthful statement,onthb.package : ofithe'world f UIj: Sbr.() accident NorUfjBrltlakrallrosd'lietreenpolnbart coan e4 'lI.e-'Arbrotb 'towns-:most of them dignifying tnemselves' oft both. These :are' the'.only 'flCOl"da'of '

Dncbtuot.SrlbONytghlempgttlod' .of:;tae ingrsdients::cOn- (KX>..'parser; at1 RbyolRe; 'Ne""Dert'; : CIt\, the. ; . In 'due' Western:.boastfulnesa: tfce Cornea. EmperortfToIctwexist r

I- '\IiI' t.o""jio u ,on7it0r: tne ;therein ;and"we, stand back ,ofevtry'package. , AcrILbetween., Jeffriea'and' William | [ and"'Aberdeen nndysuni- :"dis- ,wihtbef: Utle 1 oily; '111&1 maybavqoaly16G : ,. ,at:,the present. tlme,,=;; Tlie'.0.... "
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GAI DEN- FARM and GfcOPS r', ,, \\It, ,','.' ,
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SUGGESTIONS'FOR : If'you .could' beep the frost away "M"

from .a ,tornttto'. vine for''a .coupl'.off ." '
THE. \ ear. 'iti'woul4:get;to.:be.a: faift! ?*+$ I ._Ji.' .
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\ Farmer ..
the Texas1
At leant
VP .TO 1'1:
eoincf! claims"that It actually: :--....... '
says. ) ...
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'occurs sometimes in,Florida in yeannrben :; . .1. ... "
j'fo .. .t X J .I.-.!. ...;;p. r.o,
the 4rost' king leaves: thtStaU ''4 ....; ..
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alone. .,, ; '
J'' .' By the same ;alga you can plantto
t Saving Seed.Corn.Professor .' 'fr lt journals )' coma\end them ;for to_ In winter in, Florida and

Johnson ot the U. a. Agrl- mulching raspberry ,,.field '' especiallyfor have them i grow all ,the:"rpt1ng and WH.A1JoyT? EyB N.&
eul Ural' station rOC mmenda' saving these reasons: sunimer; and fall, and under the'rlptI

,seed( corn. from stalk bearing; two or' It prevents the growth .of"-weeds. I conditions they!,,become .verb large. t
.more medium sited, well-developed It retain the .mol tu..ln'the' .1>11. The midrib of the leaf of such 'a '' f iU1

ear a* "a means of lumping the It adds hum .,: ,of.tbe' necessary. ; tolnato plant' wl* growth be,,eighteen .... ( '" .....
'a held, He .1* also the opinion that elements. ). ,, Inches long, a. veritable tree 'j" ,

i .locally-grown seed Is best It! keeps the fruit clean end prevents limb. J I 'H" 4 ,
I mud 'at picking time As a result of having" seven acres j 0 'VERY .O : ..

** Profitless' Cow*. It save labor, the coat of mulchingone of winter tomatoes frozen: out daring : .; .A .: .
,Prot. pawl of the' frnMed States Department - acre with forest leaves, or straw the great freeze/fn/i Florida one''grower "
C' of Agriculture not exceeding $16. about how they '
I. 'Ot the opInIon learned something "
It as with Joyous heartsand: smiling faces they romp and'p1aywhcniff health'and '
that a very large percentage of prevents deep fretting; take tomatQe. -Mississippi. He ".]
dairy cows are unprofitable t the It makes the fruit more solid than tried three-quarters of an acre of it how conducive to health the games In which they' Indulge,' the outdoor',1Iie'';, they t I.

"f 'liberal producers are handicapped by cultivation and better for shipping In Florida,) and the rows of tomato enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they'_shC1lld be taught to form arid the,wholesome' ; '
4..,_ 'the load of proatless- companions, purposes. plants banging fall of fruit,, looked .!'
diet which they should partake. How tenderly, their health should lie preserved : ;
r Above all things, be says, keep) behind) It Improves the texture of .the soil like a dwarf fruit orchard.It :
tl 'yourherd with the milk scales and and prevents baking of'the soil caused takes a lot of work, though, and not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of. every. medicine of..anJnJu.rI-! 4

with the milk sheets. end no dairy by tramping at picking time. time to Make 'and prune tomatoes, pus or objectionable nature, and If at any time a remedial agent Is'required;)to:''assist, ''

'man should bo satisfied until his herd '- bur tar** kitchen'garden' supply nature those of known excellence be'used remedies "
only should which are'pure: .
f' will'produce at least an average per Covered, Milk Pails. North or South, especially If 'space 1* ; .
;i cow of*a pound of butter or two gallons Cornell station has ben experimenting limited. the method is ideal. Six: and wholesome, and truly beneficial In ,eifect,,like the pleasant laxative; remedy,, ; 1';

of milk' for every day in the with milk pails with the 'rlew.of, feet I I. the'"height to which the tomatoe Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California, Fig Syrup ,Co. Syrup. of-Figs) .: ,has' I
year ascertaining with some degree of accuracy should be trained, and prunedto ,
come Into general favor In many.millions of well Iriformetilamllles, whose. ,estimate,
\ -. the possibilities pertaining to a single .tem., They can be made a
.Sunflower Seed! for Poultry. the wide-open milk pall The figures to crow ten or fifteen feet as' well of Its quality and.excellence Is based personal.knowledge and''use. 'I<*, ,J ,

s, .There Is 'no one "side-dish" that re- given 'will set.many dairymen 'as well but this,I* an Inconvenient height. V: ,:Syrup of Figs has also met wit, the approval of physlclans.generally because''' ;

v *julres more judgment In feeding than as consumer of milk to thinking. The they,know It is wholesomesimple and gentle In.Us action., We Inform all reputa- s

tion"sunflower: as to seed.value There If properly is, little, handled.ques .made.station with, people as small think openings pails should possible ,be ITS FINISH. bfe physicians as to the medicinal principles of' Syrup ''of. ,Figs, obtained, ,bjr'an"' "

The effect on'the'coat is marked, aglosslness ,- They ,are usually made the 'Nell-Isn't. your new"gown lnishedyett original method, from certain plants known to them kto act most beneficially r and ,

resulting not' easily otherwise other'.way, very much wider at the top ,- presented',ag eable syrup In which the wholesome Callfomlari1 blue" figs 'are' "
than >pelle--Gracious I Not the dress:
r production obtained also.The Thereal seed stimulate task is egg-to at'surface the'bottom to the, exposing''an air and all that extensive maker's work on It.: was. '"nl, completed used to promote the pleasant: taste ; therefore)It If not-a secret remedy and .hence '\:,.

} la'' therein. last Saturday. "- 'we are free to refer to all l well-informed physicUnsiwhp'do;' approve"pf patent '
feed Just the riah't quantity. Too liberal The Cornell 'experiments: ; : t. t. ,11 ,
feeding tends to fulness, and it showed that mJIk'drawujn an ordinary Nell-But 'If the 'dressmaker'sthrough .' medicines and never favor Indiscriminate self-medlcatloa: li

a Is an open question, whether the greedier pi'l contained. 1300 bacteria per' cubic what elseT remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs' :
of the flock do not gobble more centimeter while that drawn! In a pall Belle-Oh, all\ DiT' friends have
'than their share to' their detriment up a* with half as wide an opening contained criticise'.. it, ')'Philadelphia Led'i always' has the full name"of the Company.California Fig. Syrup Co.:-plainlyprintedon u. r ,".

?LI mone>:-makera. only. 320 bact 8(1... The new type of &e' .t; the front of every package and that It'Is, for,sale In bottles of.[ one''size! '

covered pail should be universally: used If, any deealer: offers other 'than the ,
by dairymen. .. II only.; : any regular Fifty cent slze, or having ,

Put Cold'' Storag.'for Farmers. A living; fly was Introduced Into a';500 WHAT DID SHE' MEAN.: C fit printed thereon: the name of any other company, do not accept'' : If'you.fall .t.i get ; '

,1 "storage, ting for.Lret sale-elase In'late apple winter In or cold early c. c. lot sterile milk. The milk 'was The Single' One. *-I am a great,lover lit the genuine you will not get Its beneficial effects. Every family should always have I ; 0

; spring, Is usually very profitable, -..haJone' bacteria minute per and c,':it C-t then; After contained'42 24- of,The dog*Married. One- -It seems>! i'' strange, a bottle on hand, as It, Is equally beneficial ''for the parents" and'the', children>v" ; ," v.

says Farming. Other fruit and farm hours at room temperature. It container ,if, you have such a great liking r"r' t whenever a laxative remedy Is required. ,: If'

1 ,products may also be stored to advan- 6 ,OOO bacteria per c L a, and after dogs that you' never' got. .married,! ..", lf. ",. "1
The of cold '
jtffe. a Itoraee..plant. "'
j expense ,
itq :
26 hours 5675000. Tonkers Statesman ..
. ., .
. "
rf precludes Its use by most fruit .iI"
A piece of hay about two Inches long ,;,
'grower. Co-operation among farmersi
'will ,sometimes be possible along this was placed In 500 c. f of.sterile milk. NursIngMohers and -"*, Cherokee.Remedy' of Sweet' Qum and' Mullein: J:. "J';; :n\

line., ,Orange*:and other farmers "organizations ' Tbe milk was shaken one minute and . "' I USE TAYLO'R'S I > and or- yaer,.
4 may "do educational and It tben contained 3025 bacteria 'per c. (;"'e -bnrde Women i Couchs.> CoI se,LaQrlppe:: tor ,.u 1)rwgglsY. ... gA51.05, ,

practical work also. But available c. After 24 hours at loom temperature In all.. .t.aU'ef life,-whose yigor and
4t contained ) bacteria I iMany a man:,never) reaches success
for every fanner are. the, refrlgeri -, ,vitality may have been undermined and '
.. FOR .SALEl!
because tries GABB'AGE'-'PLANTS ?
Lung plants now found In ''almostevery per C.-C.. . broken*down by over-work exacting he to carry- too much : -
i i Rooms'or* One piece of sawdust from the stable i social duties, the too frequent bearing ofchildren. along with him oh:,the Journey.. : "
city : ; mari floor'.was put Into' 00 r'G of sterile .or other causes, will find In Dr.. ..; .
i be needs. General ,
rented as one -
Piercers Favorite
Prescription the most
4 milk. The milk-'was shaken one minute Dl.eae .
FITS,9t..Vltos'DaoeNervosa per .17OOIWJ :
sty It I* best to store-In the cJ'.y where and Jt, bacterial contents* then potent. Invigorating restorative strength-. tnanentlycmredby Dr. Kline's Onset Nene C .r,
i 'lit Intended to ell."that the produce giver ever devised for their special benefit. ..
found to be 40.-M) After 24'hours Restorer. 89 trial bottle and treatise tree.Drl 1.-.I1.rO'-&j.: : : srag'gg'''
per c. c ,
11i may be on. the ground Incase of an KunlngAothers wnUInd nespeclal17..laa.bI. H,B.,Kline Ld.Wl.Arcb 8t.,Phila.Pa.Lazlnee. sari .
't'' 'agrow- at room temperature It was . ik sattalnlnrSttelr strength : 10 :f[ ,
advantageous, market 7,000,000. and pramoUngXnifeundant xwrtahment is al. sort'of, looomotor '-"- {. '
.' |er. of fine fruit would b..,dollars ahead tor the child.; .Xxp\ctant nMiM-s too : "' d
*;"*. '/by/ availing: hlmwir. :cold, ''storage"1ijfacilitien. .Into.A'.bai 500 tromraco-Ms( flank.'was.! will find It a pri<*le.. *>R7Wt&ns the ataxia that destroys 'the power of arotiitlon. rrlw. ._.k h... taste. ees -.J(f _,t pse. 1

i l c.the'cof'" sterile milk. (rAfterahaklJl& system the ordeal for baby's eomlna- a 11 .tb. .1.... Loo to ..... at.1..., pr x. :ssoo a.,lo.or, et 1J$ ...... ',
mlkt] for'' minuteit comparatively pa.lnJ-: '
ti !;i- t '"""'" ti 1 I contained U bacteria per one Co c. After' ate : a :: j a '._.. prl.a_L.w.aaur.a" An erd.n rki.t.l,, 0.0.' "Q wbw'...;...;._..r4 W. ra.aar.a,. -J.'
:: un'ets 24 hours at room temperature it con*,, *TOS&SliJ1 b rVou&7 weak- "women, wha ... 5t' .l..._ CHAS. M. GIBSON ;yokMg'1st ,Ind rC.;
; late
it'is sow
bit too t to rye .
,i a timed 65.000 per c.. c.. and In S< .hour suffer from frequent headaches, baek- ,
.the open season if prolonged pn'1luallTrbut over'8,000,000 bacteria per c. c. ache dracrglnfr-down distress low down IIDfp':! 'Using Do_'; Kidney Fills Not '
t ,with clean rye straw* bringing\ ,, .- 'In the abdomen or from painful or Irrff I .' Single Stone Has F rtDeC1.Capt. .- :SAM ,,' .h
nlar monthly periods, gnawing or distressed JQNES'LIFE
more than' good bright hay ton for too, Fruit Bearing Hedge sensation stomach, dizzy or S. L. Crate Adjl. WmWatts { ir

f there's a quick dollar In growing a field .According'to;an official of the Department faint spells. sea Imaginary specks or spots Camp,. V.t C.. V.:2: oandke. Va.,, ural: AND''SAYINCS:
of'it' =and for' that matter .very little floating fcef ore*eyes, have disagreeable "I suffered a long, ".
of Agriculture;' fruit-bear-- pelvic catarrhal drain, prolapsus, ante _ .* '" '
trouble. The berry should the tout; wIth'mT. .. s- HT;HIs T1" "T :
pay ing hedges are among the latest novelties version or retro-version or other displacement lone time q': Iei.tHC1aa........ ?
,of the experiment 4A'practical farmer for Introduction luto'tbis of womanly organs from weaknessof backs; and felt' '! Q1 r .mn OsM tee laglo' -
claims that If ,. coun- parts will, whether they experience Oa.MtaaaE'rl J:1/ii: / L1 i T
La' "Successful, Farming" try. :",; '' many or only a Jew of the above symp draggr; 'and lUt-, .ptg. ., .. .: H D :"T"
farmer- would -select I the most lessand tired all
every" The plant,\ In question, Is' m >orteel'trolD'SoutJI toms, find relief and a permanent care by
weedy acre on the farm>yery year and Africa whore-It, Is known bale*' faithfully. and fairly. persistently .,the time. ,I .last: .I .CCLCfMTftraWk
r- .. MsMj
w ,in the fall sow rye oAthesame'then, Dr. Plerce's Favorite Proscription. .oaf .from my'. ,,4ual' a...w ktade.rq.a__oaa til'-,
as Its Cower white
aipatungula. Is ,, 'This world-famed specific/ for woman'sweaknesses . _.
with by ther 1111to. - _t.. IN '' 01
raw fx .
f'cover coarse manure 'freight' .U-C':
and the fruit; a red .one;, Is perfectly! and, peculiar ailments i ls"a -. -
= =: =
::: :... PLN
first of the following June; It all pure glycerin extract of the choicest native. 170J Urinary pea $' : f" -. rwa r
edible. The shrub, :, thrifty .,. .. _. ., _
a '''"et laaa. .ad .Ots a
k Is turned under seven inches medicinal roots without a drop of too _..._ -... ...__
growth saga were r s A.dfew.arnN..w ; -
niakes the finest kind of hedge. alcohol la its make- -Its Ingredient ..w .-11I.._..10....-.. 1_......Oaad .......
deep and smoothed over,with barrow English frequent.. "and I . .__.-.s
Tbe plant's botanical name Is given asCarissa *printed In plain \ on Its bottle- . ..- e.-. Umlottl.ttlU.a.C. > <> :
'he ArlIx tee MM PlB C
,with teeth as slanting back as CaB had to get -: : -trJ
and attested under Dr. ban
'wrapper oath.<
"Bfandlflora. ehR tK .IW saw / I.p S
\ _
-'- not to drag the i l'Weed.ato' Ute Plorco thus invites the fullest Investigation .. often at night f tGee. .. ::; .u iM .
so as _
p .1.1't.: "
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In Natal; .whence 'the-queerplant is if-.Mal. TII. sad N .1 '-. :
f' surface,,then.rolled with heavy roller, of his formula knowing that It-will tom k I had headaches tlvegeMM' __: .......,..u,ran,-.. ....... oOHPAyrTrr. ,...x+drs's't.'s. .'
obtained .th Is
fruit one of the most be found to contain only the best agents .'
d then checkrowed and planted awefct popular) varieties found In the mar known to the most advanced modlcal and .Un, spells also, but my \iworet "'DUIIEDI
early cabbage aeed.or' science of all the different schools of renal colic.. After -
coru; potatoes practice suffering was from
with all three, they will call it a ket.It about the 'diameter; of a for the cure >of woman's peculiarweaknesses I began using Doan's Kidney Pills 1 Avery, Company I uI
)arose damson plum but, ha ,an and aliments. P'Jft.
}," garden 'later. on If cultivated 'proper-. form and a distinct point. HJu* If you want. to know more about the passed ,a gravel stone as big a* a, DCOXMOUTO w : ,,-
iy.., Vopeans In 'South Afl"curecommenel composition aihl. professional endorsement bean. Since then. have never had AVERY' &. McMILLAN. I t : l .
of the "Favorite Prescription send attack of 'ravei. and'hare picked 4 '$7.I.d.c. .. ;
4 the fruit of tne hedge for'use In postal! card request to Dr. B.: V. Pierce,. an & U.B8'Bovth Vonyth: Sty Atlanta;do... !.l>fo. tedarfc-'1uiMtSgsaeoari''. 'k
Protect, the Sheep Industry.; salads.In lluflalo, N. Y.f for his free booklet treatInp up, to mr'tormer health"and -weight. ,ALL KIKM Or- BCn>'.*..II V hl ..
At the Maine.state fair prominent'\ '" bloom the hedge of of same I' m'a well man and give Dean's siasSj toa rSfev3Tlrtkl
thenal&atunKula ? '
.>> You can't afford to accept as anbstl-' Kidney Pills! credit for ft."
breeders eclare beep is described beautiful'
as a light.the' tote for tbur remedy of known aojnpoUion -
Is the very worst foe of sheep and that white-; laeamine-Ilko flowers being a secret nostrum of. unknown comport Sold by all dealers.f 'CO cents a ,-
unless something Is done to check his In marked,contrast'to the dark. reen lion. Don't do It. box.: '-Foster-Mllburn" : ., Buffalo f
.ravages, the whole Industry In the foliage: Later, the conspicuous rd=of '. N, .T;. ;::

,' .t&te.wll1 be' ruined, and ''the "New the fruit offers another.pleasing sight. Carelessness Is'' a fauU"tbkt never tILr

( England!: 'Farmer" 'remarks on the In order to raise the. shrub,"It I II falls' to' bring its ,own .punlshinonCTo .> (Police of New ,York city arrest 12) !J'

a subject that,,"sheep raisers allover, necessary that the seeds ,be',own In a. person:each day .for intoxication..

w the country are awakening to the'same: beef and when the plants are six'Inches Cue a Cold !. One bq .
s ,troth, enact I some .states laws are, high they must be. set In'*the place Tab Luati .Bono Quinine Tablets OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI nr i"

: being for the preservation of chosen: for they) hedge ..and] about 'a &'1I1.8t.a refund money It.. fall to cnre ,
1' this important Industry. .tat;:the far foot;, apart .In alternate rows.. The ,&.W,1I'OV8'u1caa'ue1 U on each box.,,too., LUMBAGO .r No. ,Limit'.... -f
men of New., i England!: who have i a'' nor they'are' trimmed the-more they 'PCvery"'man --knows' his own -merit, 4 rr..., i' 1
majority voice in the several state leg-. Interweave their branches which,are but most' of I us have a lot of trouble 'AHOSCIATICA> Tea eo.'_,............
l.V matures' .If 'they',choosy to. raise it, touch and thorny. I making',the ,world reoognlie,them. ; Ol 1ItIne. bane ft Jw..14.. .,
\ ; I : ,.I J' u....to_..114. ...
make up ,tb lr mind to have prompt A,' related species with] pendant'edible I CnglnssiT Boilers, all e_ ytre.' ;;it;.tDF..l1 .JYou.
It; and adequats foiNthl. truitrbaembltng'barberrles, Jn ., roar falbod Pore. ; hfili7l'eo1I4 ...
Reef Sizes. Wheat
reviving' Industry which'promise* co'vs shape; Is grown in' the municipal, gar* 1 No -cma be happy Ught-beatted"and Separators. 7-pl.bes was lbal wow rwerFeePertgpit.
} much general good. Let them show den in Cape Town, It is recommended fc...1t.tT.! with; a' bodi:Ian of blood that it 1 t -C r '
;" ,their; determination In their' town for,ornamentation .lawns. and park cannot do iU duty to every part because 1 1t ofs'hae' been tlietJMaeadolM snoecesK
of it impurity therefore, the firlt and t i (. BJl .. tk, ; .
'meeting* so that their: iepresentatlve In the subtropicalregions ; nn n T Hottth.1 + ,
1 America I 1'1'i.T.
xnost isnportajrt work in hand i*I to ponfy, .ar.o. .tarte4; U(.with o$ Tel w_ S
r hall fully: understand what is expected, Another plant' from Sou'th Africa the bloofi w> that every organ will gas the 1 -'ahoI'MJ>low. oafterthw

1-' 'of them ialong,thls line. "The;'right, which It la. oped -will,find a'place in full benefit of a healthy circulation Then I ,.,...Ivdlbeni.....JI'ie''". for...-r.....:.a.dI"_:r Ia V
know what to do"and.will do' 'the is DO rertady.w. know.of as good os'that .
will Aak
man warmer,' section of the UnitedStates' ; z oar afmpe0 your dse1 rS' ft.of
Brandnth's. paiar Kuh 14Wren!' ., "
old > ..
remedy, .
: an Is to seat of
'! if, the eumpe pay weep-
j, >. Ills part But. legislatures are is the .Kaffir .,pluin. a beautiful 4
pin eonUiiw an min of the solid extract BEST IBPROYED SAW KILL ON Jmt! : pig and posies. oa .0011). .
' filled up with lawyers who.make their shade tree,that' growa so sturdily that aanapariJla blended with two grain aN aak low Vlrglaf llaralaacars 1/..
N 1Jvln..on individual and' .Cmmunltr''dlmculU. : strong winds cannot Injure It. It produces -' of a enmbiaation of pore and mild ve4Ma- Large Engines'and Boiler.supplied .mad aoo ps no aubtltu aYlrglala '
.. how can" we look"':for .laws. a ;Wood which botanist say 'U' 'bl.fprodnot*,:making it: a blood& 'panr-- promptly.. shingle Mills, Corn Mills,1; -CareueaChemical Co.. '
; anaioaitod One taken
:'which shall tend to brmonize and untangle -' almost indistinguishable-'from? ,niahog-, every:nifent ia for eharaetef.awhile Will or produce two .urprinoc Circular,' Dogs, Richmond Norfo'kP.Vs.. ., >AtlMU..--:Q...u..;,..... .'
remit" 4JACOBSI, Governors., Full tin. EntIn.. 'e\'N,0. .
?;" anTi The trunk of th Kaffir plum I.iny'.and q- ODI..Ir7..A.1a.
k the.f.ollal'881'7 rUld.reth''e-PAIs have beta .in we for Mill Supplies.. Stnd. for free Catalogus.; Cb,3.uton,S.Q. M.mpkt.. "OD" / j; .....
dark and
hi,8erries.. : over a century' and are void in aBYor.. MoL ilbrev.pestrta., ;.
,. | I: green. 'The tree grows In'the.shapa of and medicine store, plain or sugar-coated,: lac..a..' .'"'

' n ; plies up the, leaves under mental and"prized by the,native'Chill,,; 'Tam 'S lIiA ..; 'I' ; 't ,, ,
tree and applies the match. But there !siren ''puf'ere: not valuable for, the Tommy-Does lyoar'lma: hW ijour' netraes ..,, . t
P tbeRKht Spot
to .......
market. For'shads'treesj ID,tift frost- .
gepanywaya in ijrhich they: maybe Coot under the table when you've had on the dot.
,.. made?""seful.'.and. they,will be found' le.ecttond'Of: \ the' Ytt States the. enough .t 'A . (. vorotaaft
.,."\. ,H more. th .pS1.tEthe,trouble ofrttherlng. ; 'Agricultural-Department: strongly recommend JobDnT.wohat': : when'Iitraventhad 1/1 icH; 1hAeKg3a".eA ici&' fX 1

.;' 'p': Of course they make & flue .the'cultivation of tbbs'Kamr'plum. .nough.'when'' "'I"bl've''Bhe sendsi .,....' jvt

t: ; especUUr If a few '.0 ''i. .i IDrPIP t-Ilurper'e"sal ___
g".f( 'rob.cccogsiennaare handy. They"also" f &,_ kEr.z-. \ a.s.---------- ,_' .'.' _, .-_-_._ ., -
,, sake' excellent. litter -for the hens 'to.: An International exposition,po4rtirlag '\ _
,i:i.-atch In. For building purpose*they.. ; the 1\f.\ *"of the laborer for th' __ _

'. rt"".Ifem a"little too damp and "cUmnly" )last, -2000" :years' showing--, conditions

.t. .t.many: use them 'for-this' purpose.ey surrounding hlnv'from, ,tbe,' time of Look Prematurely_ Old
C > 'are useful for multhlng purpose feudal slavery': :"to the":'present i,time

'" Ithous-hj, the', wind 1.\'. liable! to ,toes' trbootepaplated; ''tb<:JYencn. pS-fia.! .

\.. rem,,'.about' top freely. Some of t mento il ,,

/ \ Yikr 5. }t- 'N ;.. r t1J \'Mows. ethos., 'ugly, grizzly! grey '*.. Use". LA ORROR"NAIRRUTORSR.'Price.. . ; ., .'.00, rs.OR. t
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,. "' .. .. :'I Notice' of ApplicationtDeVd : 'Fut'' :TE '' ; .TJTIQ 'OOASJ5' ';JLINE; "*

;NeNates > ',Under'Section,8 of' LI Q U 'O R STHtt .
WMttfcr '
.: :;'i Chapter 4888," Laws THB.f T UROUGH'' GAR LIRE' 'FROM'FLORIDA
1natili-4 ,
,w .4 ? ;: . oCFloridaNotlo : ... .
6 ..... .. ..... tJ'', '
., ".. '' U borabf. el..n Un .....,0.. Harrcll .
; Mtrcbwr Of T4* c.tdII_i.. l"o. M du..d l ./ OONP4rI.ON.. ,
Old.1.'M! last ,tskeipoissssloa. tb.tilt da*. of AII&JI"V.. BUd MMerUOt ALL LEADING' '' BRANDS OFWHISKIES -
Be watched our sboree.,pn. -. la mr oWc....Mid. baa .... .-.ppMnUa '", : > : To Over iLl own Rails to Savannah. CharI'eaton;.
Tail like ..T"o.I > for U*IM lo ill.I.aoe wilt Eas'
Washington at ;
law.'HMW oafKflnal ombnom-. following tile Richmond and Washington. thence: Vier Pen -
t' I t' ;ton be found our ,people engaged 1.0 "_11....) prnp.ttr'U:laUd la OHMMiU. countITIoridii /, Ivanla .
I *.,, ChrtstaBas: festlyhte..ud' he descended ,town ALL MI6 a Railway.TO ;
">*, like whirlwind with EH' of Lot 4 l M*(trip ton yards wads of l'aahtine'!
us a old i Louisville
Wpoti ,. Via Montgomery aid &
Si eoatalnjnf s1at
\ WMt side .Itn .P'> (40I W st
*Uortbor and bis host as en ''. .._ ., : "
guard with the fury of an- anaraUncbe. s._ea.ld- land bel.. ..........t'4th .,.-01'' the or,Via "Dixie Flyer Roul and Atlanta:
: .tMniuio*of such...rtU1...*la tb.nuns ol .
hu '
Ortee Of beard along\ "
dismay were : Via Savannah ok Ocean StAlam.hlp \
,entire track but b I. relentless fury reaalned "bc:.'.Hand..aideerttfeat..6dlbe rede iaadaenordlng v.. . . 0 E as t Nw York Philadelphia and Boston,(via Norfolk :'
< unappeased until like' Joshui In Uw.Kx deed wlU Imi. tboraonoathe the Steamer. t.o New York, Washington Baltimore. .
't of old we*Invoked the aid of :the sui 1Mb day of l BU ryM A. D. isot.Wltummr via. Savannah and Merchant aDd Miner. Tragspor.Via
A ll < u tilra and M.1 t this. thS12th ''Vi'nes ..
aDd at last compelled bis unoondltlonal day or. DM.,A. I>.IWM. .f a. Domestic Ports, Sherries SteamshiD. ,,,SOD Co., for Baltimore and Pbn.dllpbla. 7.
_ surrender. O. 1. C. was one (...b..1] K. L. I.K8UCT, .
y 1?q of the victims of the disaster, having. Oacaol.Clerk C..nt Circuit Court Fle der.Byw.UABWEL.t . Angelica. .Clarets Sauterne, Rhino 'Wines, Key West and Via Peninsular & ccldental Steamship .
k,' ,,a Call: from that portion of Hunters D.C r aVDUI1. Company
faradlse known as Jug Creek u a offl :Imported. and Domestic Brandies Gins Rum : _' ,1\\. ,.
l clal business and being oompelledxta .. Route nf the eelabratod tralna."' .. York A Florida epselal, .F1orleSa. and W.s -!a....
'make s trip of twenty-two miles du* Notice of Application tor' Tax Scotch Whiskies. Untiled,Chicago* Florida Umliad.and Dlxla: Fler.Quickest '
log one 01 '.Jack'. most furious, a.&t.attaok. ... .... Deed Under Section ofCliapter and. .. I '
.autts felt Schedules 'Service.Forlaformanonastonter.schedules ;
Superior .
.- Welreached thelbo.pltta 4888 Laws I ; : .
ble roof of Mr. R. Simmons(Dnok!) t, x ,of Florida. ,, : 'yh << .auv.oonanlt tha Purple Folder or rommanieats
v, and accepted It as. s cover fc/r tbinight J. w. CAER. i.e.KIRKLAND,
,and WottM i in,. bereby slvon. tn.l PeU.w.jN.T.I : A". Tamp. FIe. .Art.P. 1
that day's journey DJs.cKPee.
on our HlomCiompaujr: a Florida onoporatlon1purcbaier '' THE'FAMOUS h c. a NITrTaParn; N.J .
'at a late hour,on the next day pro ol UK ""'I".t. Nura>.r M Gin. i p.... A at. 'I mtIlJtOD.)(, C. rue Trsdl.Yg71AJIONBB4VITSIOfS
'oeeded on our' way to complete the Sited th.'nb dtLf of July A. ID. 1902,, ""I V.- )

journey commenced on. the prevloui'. rated baa mad add applldalloa ertlfleal far tax In deed mf,.to offlo U..H.and Inacoordano ,I ._, __ _._' .... -
day We arrived .(Mt. John Tracy *>'with law Bald oeftifleal om 1 1'
After a cold, tedious ride and was kindly vraoui the allowing drtcribad property 'ltua' --I : Cream of Kentucky'Carltalrs' /:
t In Florida ""'-.U: I
welcomed the bost. We found '
b' Kb; Osneolauwunty. .Tp Z h 8 K W K. I ,Rye. .iJ.a'j,
at Ooolln Mr. Flupatrlok and family Th.said lan iebeing ammmad at the elate 01( ',
,' accompanied by a Mr. Anderson, all tbe lunanra of such oartlflcaM In the name ,Echo Spring'' Uye. '
mines in' Polk oIUullno." I '
from the '
i county. These gentlemen! acoompa aroordlnc Cniex said to law MrUHca'a tax; deed hall wilt".redovmiH thereonon ).; :, ,: : Lebanon Club Bourbon
1 Bled by'Mr. NatbaisySlouot, who had'previously the vn day of January, A. D. 1907. ,, "
made. suooessful advanoion Wltnena ny-offielal algnator and seal this Wilkes :Bounty Corn .
the!WU December .J) MM.1 -
on BUDte,..' Paradise and captured ,sOne jesu..l d..or] K L.: iESLEYIClerk Old harvest Corn
fat dear, made a raid on tbe rant TJlrcult Court: :\ "
with" the intention of bringing In some Oaceola Coonlr, Florida.<

'.venison, but the deer appeared to be s 5 s' c iEtr sIn ;
'....., .rrom 'bome >taking'' Christinas .
and did not return in time to entertainour Notice;. ; ; CHASE'S BARLEY 'MALT

friends consequentj! a few birds AU parwMia.bavin*elalnM aamliut th/citota' of TUB" HHT(U 0F .
were the only\ result of this etpedltlon Annie L Parker.d .,.i.late e( tk. CoaatyOeeeola. .> Distilled f .
4a, 'During toe height of, our festivities ,. State attaated of to Florida the .ndenAmad will praaant Admln the aame.pvoparlr tra-. ". especially for ,. :t..
Tuesday morning, a messenger from tar withla the tune. preaeribed br law..ntbarwwbad..m ;medicinal use. '
+ Slnunonsville came to Conlln In haste the aane will be forevat all pareaaa. BOTTLED BEERJl.BBli"DOZEl ..1895'we., built \sour first factory. Today! we
V with summons for Mrs Truer, and Indebted la said. aateto will atako Inmrdlala act.Uement. + ,
a make
- OEo. F. PARKER own and .operate 5 large factories and ,
on her' return accompanied by Grand4 AdmlnUtnttarftf Eatateof Annie L Parker. I' .
pa Simmons It was reported that Mrs; r.Ju1111a_-em .' more fine shoe>? tHan other House 'in the
"" ; 'CANADA any
;4, .Nora Hull was the mother of as. pretty ?. : : ; MALT '
t 4 a little daughter .. Christmas. day has West. This fact is .a guarantee to yea that
n ever Corded The eat, drink aDd btmerry Annual l..!Meeting. : and other brands-of
work weut merrilyon', until a 'Tlie rand!meeting of the eteekholdersI I ) ,Diamond .Brand Shoes are right in every way.
1 ,halt in the revelries appeared to, Imply RtaU Bank of KtoalmnMe will be .held' at the office Whiskey too numerous
that something of Importance was of add. bank In Ktawlmmee (la..on. Thoradar. Jar to fl* Our supremacy as manufacturers of fine shoes l
.about to take place and your correspondent nary,10th' im.; at. *o'ck-k' ,p.A.mC. C.utSON.' PNa.N mention.
was notified to be and appear B.CARSON Sae.and Cub.... I is. assurance that the cheaper grades of' Diamond

i, before two parties, male and female Brand shoes other
equal. superiority
and show cause-If any be bad possess .

why.he should not unite. the two lo Bond lines' at,the*sameprices.AW .
one. It was an inspiring* scene'thai f ret.etetrherkretaM.TILLER , ,, .: .. Whiskey Bottled in ,
was preaented to the eye. Every room :. TOUt ..... LOS.DIAMOIID'RASD SHOI*

1. t. 1 ''eagerly lug was of full Lbe'and oT expectant bride Impatiently and people groom for;watching the;, Their eon = Real Estate Agency. Bass'sAle.: .: ';- Guinness's Stout /'i ai, ffIu1etqJI4JOND MlNIJI I

!t appearance,was greeted with approving :_ ., I
glances and !a sudden silence was "

f perceivable i among_ the assembled Realty bought and sold., I IHouses , LOWEST', .. PRICES. BY' THE GALLON WEMAK/ ( MO/fC FlNi' '$/OCS THAN AW

It.. tastefully'oDa'Ths'. and bride becomingly was modestly attired and but 1) rented.' :3r3TZr3s from, f$2 OO, up 077/&f MOUSE' ./N THE WC ST. .
presented a One appearance; the's Taxes paid and:Titles verified : '

''jrroom was likewise la good form -and ) .! for non-residents. i I ',. CORN. .. ,:%'en 'Q3a.oo." :: Tip .
L the few words .which united them la Fire, Life and Accident In-'
marriage were soon said and wsall adJourned - CHestT tr'om.; ..s 3 2.Ob':: : up
_k t X to the table doing fall Justlwto eurance.. ,
the many, good 'things with 4 Indtmnlty.Bonds.; f :';;ANP. ALL OTHER LIQUORS IN'I PROPORTIONBDDWE1S1 '

./ arblch it was .decorated made. and An.--* p''* HI, .;::' . .

.>: '\'many an adjournment< of-the] guests was) 'proceeded and U ....., .0- 1,.

,Mr. .John 'Croeb,'.s. and,' danced'nntlf EIIi'7.tdtII
{ after daylight the next morning,
T. ,., O..I. C-has taken In she holidays li .. H. W. METOALFlCp.ORANGE
M full and .Is still. 's !guest(; enjoying' the \\ 1. | .
'_bop dad'hospitality,,ef; his friend.. w. -L,. WINN, '
001 y. 'lkTraoyandpttetnftlpl.thanktill AVE. ORLANDO i FLATRADE

_ T; tba*.be to not rieb.enough to have 'PIr. 'IIKD"Alta ivroao..r. .. .
_ M ttojtear round.,V. 'I ,' . v ,>
b Well Mr. JHttoo, wee all hope you ,." :' .;ji..TMei'iJ r- ciL p, ,.' >') ;JUGa A
_ ,. De >..t4 .. ....ry .CbrlsUnas and .M A...# t.' I .t L 4'.,!:"hlJl<..\" SPECIALTY.J
) tail MM a sappy Mew Year, arar.r.n..... .. .. '. 1t.-ne. ;M'wed. > I
A. ,llty bur shadow never grow less and _..eye >..,i.\,\ '171!{{. rc..wt. .Jt. *
... '
. ''.',, ''' '
'" (yoerjournedlenses. In volnmeand; ,,1 I. 1'. .'"".'" .'.'. '''''.'': t. : : J

'k .....rwsst ness until ,it shall infuse our .en 'BUD'DED' TREES '
!t' fire: people-with s desire to follow, she -
'a' n! 'useful advice which It' so, frequently D' J. W: BIMPSONPBNTI8T. -
h' :: Orange tress bavs not been' seriously : ;..' _.
injured lemons not killed and the RYE
:,'t4 general damage not .. severe' ai Offlos o eC'.O oeol. Pharmacy. i iiet
was expected. v Wr '
HOUR s.i''' t.o a. m. m:' raa S purchased the entire of the
Mi'Wilkes' OI'FIOIC 6:301p output Crystal
.A of Crosby was '
son by falling in a hot bed I{ 1:30 to m. We Will have ready for nut'Fan Lind Winter planting: 'a..aener.l_ HAVING ) Distilling i Co., we are now in position
badly Injured 1
'of coals during she fandango ratv Mr' Telephone No 76Juno., .Irr.m assortment of Orange' and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varies to offer"this celebrated brand of whiskey as ,
l John Crosby'., his bard burned, ; ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon aod ,;long mm it lasts,at the following greatly reduced figures: ;
'8our! Orange roots guaranteed free loseet pests of any kind.
but tbe little chap appeared to be '
: '
_ 'e" doing well when last. be.rcllrom. All budded from bearing trees la our groves and therefore. true to ,4' F sll Quarts $3.2O.

: Mr. Bob'Donegan was .l.eIt.cI"I -. at T. .RIVERS, M. D.-, name.. Our'facilities for growing nursery stock are- second t.o_ 8 Full Quarts O.25
Physician. and !Snrgeoit. none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty. years' axe ;
the domicile yesterday, showing _
c '. '' >>(,oDe Tracy of the effect ot Chrlstmss.Present ., " WITH KI8B1MV1CB DRUO'COIIP"lT.. : ., ,parlance can produce., 'We are making a specialty,this season oftoe Ii, i 12 Full Quarts; '$9.OOEXPnESS
Indicate. rain, tamo us California Valencia Late, which is destined to becomethe
appearances pa0NEs-string/t "'. greatest. money-maker In florid Our' Valencia;> buds camedirect PREPAID
but remembering BUI Arp'sexperience : da..oe.3
'. '' from the belt bearing creel In. the district now famous-for rysital Spring Sour Mash 'WHlsKs!
t Niagara Falls'we are not given to EIaaniMst,'...... '
'prophecy. Bill said be found signs producing; the best. Valencia la California. 1 is thoroughly aired, mellow, dellcioos-and smooth as velvet:' This is a{

placed-looonsoicnousplaces warningRt Write| fpr Prices to J. W.. HOAR'D. Gotha.;.FlaM or call and see,our| Nurseries rare opportunity to supply yourself with a fine high-grade whiskey.A. .-

visitors that they-must.the',not, stand. on DR.'LESLEY,W..WEEDON.. '\ at Waco. on Florida Midland R. R.. SAMUELS *& CO. AXLANX"CEORCIAwtDroi
f the seats'walk on grass, annoy tc.Ace .
the birds eta, and stated that the ..
t ".signs. were so numerous that be. got : .OIALI.T' OUR LATEST CATAWGIE ''
_ 'bewildered and taking flask:: of whiskey *T.. BAR. NOSSt AND THROAT. ,

.. from his. pocket..eonoluded, be trlVst' no. It..l. ; AnMrlcan NationalBaok tAc.n.d..>t a9k.A.dc- AuAc Ja.Br-. AC1L[ ItsAcda
'would" Indulge, when on looking up'beT t
.. .
Uld' Fls CARLOAD .
;; ..I.T discovered a sign o.>t.' ''far. oB which .
"read:+*Nadrtnkiog allowed on these . "

,,r..U1D grounds"VVelll1'drought: so here' be said goes."""UtllD'Well 'DR;, IrAS/C.: ; .oRl ,. HORSES MULES '

to these signs have all failed but the last. ) : I I .t.1
"' OMNTIBT.'Office ;
.one during,the present week.!= ; '

,,. _' .0.1.'C.. .. In Van :D Building.. '
; :, '
E : a. JUST .
t' '. ARRIVED AT ; :
f '' wk No/tSJ: : :
4) Phone ., :

:'should fretful and'jour restless baby. suffer, don't?'experiment'When he I. f South( Stables !tj I Where you find Shield Brand Shoes lit

1 on Mm and use any...old 'thing your RMIrSHOP Sunny is a'safe'place to trade, because -
recommends. bottleC CITY B t'r
neighbor Bny a
.' 1 >> sold l by reliable merchant
of White's Cream Vermifuge, greatest ,. they are

known worm medicine and cure for alchUdreD' ., 'WILL OITYTOM. ..........' +' .e'Mules'are'direct from! the farm.,young:and'' well broken: ,everywhere. Be sure. to.ask. for. .

____ i builds. diseases.UP',the It system Is mild, makes la.Usaction Buslnees' j ,The' Horses' are',all'well.,broken,,.and, good general 't '

thin puny babies' fat. Mrs.;, J.', C, tiI!. Open for '' .' .' '''purpose Horses." "'If' you want a Horse"ort 'MuleC Kiser's'Kirig'$3:50, : Shoe;

eBmlth. Tampa Fie j.:write*:., ,. in''In'Patrlck's OJd Stand: tIme to "'.
"t "tty baby was thin and IIokl71 ,'i'' .now !is the geta bargain.. for men, and you et your

t 'could not retain Its food and ''NEw.CSAIRa' !: : ,f' money's 'worth. Mare in 37''
night. I used one bottle of-While'sCream L. : :1NIRAM''Manager
'. Vermifuge and in ,. few J days NEW RAZORS i!'" H.. J, styles ;and all \11a.r .:

', 'Boil. by was.. .-Robersoo's laughing happy Pharmacy.and: well.' ,.NEW EVERYTHING ........"' .--:.,; ........ .... ...,. ""' ............_- --... Leathers, -Patent' Colt Vic"' }

'w" Gun Metal, 'Box' Calf etc.; .
: '; nCoI.I Brown._Stricken.: .' ..Satisfaction GoaranterL.. I '

;I j',, '! ,, 'Y ..ret Col.1 T.' recovered J..U., Brown from, who the strain:bas not of ** "OtNO. '' .l'AY., I .n :KEEP A, ,CPMPLETE i{ LINE OF 'THE BEST ; a'' ,?L M.'lUttuft:G user ,Company. watt

A .' < or'taia l work lo connection with tbe Stats .,'-""" .. .II7'I..IIJrI'.II. CBORCI.III r'u b i
asertons,attack of ' '
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;.f. I'r&--& ',1I! d&' -.titlSSiS \DeOtI.I'Irt-Il8; \ :Will pay;for the'' JJLCKSOKTTUX'ETUflNO WPISKEV, 'WINES'AND' BEER t'rP '
08 .
pt I
,. IJ-" .... ..... a pbyslftlatjto l $4 Mir ,

"". :,....severhl WItsts.. .;:rntfleentlyy" b , I t Tat:;.-dusuntfl'January,
:' ,'r '\ '........W.taM.....W a,."Of' ab.iHoard\. olIgbt. f 1908. The quJcker.lou :send, ;In __n_ _
__, b1....= f"a...".....: h\r'A.lOOioo\ your,name'the. !more )you; eet' for Will [ 1R10S. [ SALOON. I -----r - .- ,
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