Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 11, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00263
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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L' about.wo week* .Ir<<-' ..gValdosta .' ,. IeciedCt1iman l ; . : f. '
Full 'Report of .Busiftess-Traas- .: .'. ,
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Sweat. ofRomertille.brought '.1. fitFulford'a and P ,A. Vans Agnew . :-

''t; ) acted by Coa. tj. Soloris 'at whitetn' a' who* formedkept ; Attorney. C ,r, ".

the.waterworks of the Coast. Line L j

1ti' Last fteknUr 'JYleeting.KUslmmee ..t Dupont'to thl city, for confinement Klssimmee, Fla.;, 'JanuaJy 8,;;'1907";. >
.' hlthe jail bare..: the charge-against .The new Board of County Com'
A Mj" 'CitY;!F"a" ; ilan.7, 180*;"'I him ': being" that "of assaulting his raUaloners. convened'at 1ft a. m., there Dry GoOds

r The Board of County-- ComtalssloD-- tughter;
r f., .'ers.oonTeued at 10 a.'m.. There being Jby the grand ,Jury. .ot' Clinch- : county Branson J. 8.-Stratton, W.'R. God' f. II .
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present R. T. Butler. Chairman. W .1 thelast term. win and J. H.,Walker commissioner '
f t 1 Wi Iva',;.t{. srP..rtloJ. ; ; F. Williams "'It U Mid that a mob -took him la elected. having all qualified by' filing : '

,I ; and J.'H.:Walker, vommlsttlooers charge. soon after. the. chanted were their oomtnlislons. wth the clerk.;, secIonded :" I +" ARRIV.INGGazette :
P. A. Van Agnew;. county attorney. preferred aglnt'.' him, .tout1 he" rare On motion of W, It. Godwin, .! , _
and W. R. Johnston D. C. them the Ip| and made his escape: by J.. Ft.. Bronsoo, the name ot.j. .

The minute. of ,t.be1...., regular, lIe[ wa" later ,located Blacksbear W alter,Base, ST.,'was put in nomlna-l, . '
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,toeetlng. and the to" subsequent .meet- {ind traced to Klsilmmee, Fla., and to tloa for temporary chairman and was]' -- .--
: '. *' logs were read. and approved. i mill, 117..miles..from a .railroad. 10outh elected- I aopearod- asked'a-renewal. \ ;
t'r\ Mr. Time Bass appeared before the : Florida.. Sheriff-' Sweat event The temporary chairman, after calling : of bis- contract for', publishingthe IIf"nnnttnntmn1nnu.nin"1tnn'n} '"
Board and presented letters from 'J. 'after f him.and arreetedhlm, there!, the meeting .to order*, announced. minute etc at the. same. price which m
y. A, Anderson & Co. and Oeo.A. Beach ;Fulford 111 l a; maohlnlst'andiwasearn-: that the election of a chairman was ID on motion ot J. R.. Bronson seconded :::::. ,

4>f the firm of Padgett. & Beach; In the tug $4 a day when wasarrestedj. It. order'and' J. S'. Stratum. announced by W, 11. Godwin was accepted. for the 5 ';:'
matter of the change of the U.aslnger; 11 also. .ai .
I road. through' tp 8!<6'e r 30 e," which the charge. of bigamy will be added'to by J. H. Walker and'there being The contract made by the old Board :_::::. .. .1' 95' 0"I -

were read and filed and on- motion ef bat of criminal assault. ; ; ; no >'other- nominations Walter for 200 carloads. of Barlow clay. ::::: '
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i W'W', hey seconded by IJ,< 8.;. Pares Sheriff Sweat wa* ,.tra'\4.t.O\ : leave Bass. Sr., was-. elected chairman confirmed and Commissioner- J. was K, E "'
1 In tbe following; order,was made, .to- the prisoner at; UomervUle on account. On motion ot. J. S. "Stratton. seaonded Bronson was authorized. to make ,arrangements .. I ''f
'wlt: \:' of the.insecurity of the jail, by W, R. Godwin, the'jlerk was 'I wltb tke State Bank ofKlesimraee :::: ,
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Upon the application of Padgett-; sit Instructed advertise. for sealed bid to meet the (
1 fBeacb and J/A; ;Anderson & CO** It HfflbhriiMiss '. island... for the offices of .supervisor of roads, Commissioner Strattoo weekly pat'meats. :::: 1 :

,j.... w..resol.edt.b..n proceedings, Instituted ,. from janitor and superintendent of poorfarm I appointed. to inspect the clay. as" was delivered 'g Wins' the '
Board in of :
the the
by this matter pllve Powers cam down fromOrl..nd. and care of pauper ( Janitorhave b, and to condemn all that doesnot
V,< the propo..d 'e ..nce. '01 the public .- .returned borne Tuedart to the.endorsement. of the come up to contract. . r rC
house
'f road a* It now rune lro01I18C'lon.16 in officers. occupying: the court ) ,she of Roads-wa instructedto : .
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her friend, Mla Nellie Supt. < .
tp. 29, s r 30 e to section. 12 1n tp 27, s ooompanled by all. officers to file an inventory of what the 84. Cloud road. . : ; ,
". Wetherbee.'wbom.the Dad been visting repair over tbe E c' -
r" 30 e a. set forth at. the Meeting) held .. : property. they bateon band beloDJllnll'I I head. of the lake from the corpOrationlimite ., ; ,
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on June 4th 1908 on pages 275 and 277 to the county with the E :
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to the north east corner: of the1Wlndall .
of the- minutes of this Bosrdl. be ,discontinued A'' WerrVorovtdlwentold 'dowp.to: the board. on or before, Monday; ; Febru _
upon the. following" conditions , sawmill wound on theeast* side ary' 4, 1907 at. 10 a.. to. .Also all bidsto school house grove With and. to the the first Shake ,Rag, e" "

: Viz; that. proper right$ of way of East Tohopekallga, Lake Monday be filed at. the same time and place; ..' a \ clay. .received. I :::::: C.A AN
'Seeds to the ooJjity,', 'accompanied. by afternoon for a pionlev Among, the the board. reserving the right. to reject .
The Clerk and Auditor asked an Increase E .
'proper certificates or abstract of title pleasure seeker were ,Messrs. W_ W. and all"bids. ; ,
any in .
) showing"" clear'\I'le.' ,be filed, with ''I ross, L. H., Cohoon, Ira..Wetberbee.W. County Attorney P. A. Vans Agnewwas salary, to $40.00" per month; . ,
action on same was deferred to the '
the Board from the owner of a strip L. W tberbee and. their wives,also present and tendered hi. resignation ; 7111111uuttlui1u111tt1ul1u1ll1u1utulUlU l1
15 feet wide on eaon side of the ..sec Mr. Ira. Wetherbee-, Master Kobrt to tbe'board.'whlchwas. accepted next regular meeting.$ business) l.
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4'' lion line between sections 11 and IX Wetherbee. and M....* Olive. Pow- and. on motion of J. S. Stratum seconded Board There being; no further until the the " : '.' ,
adjourned nest
t,,y' and land 2. .In tp 27, r 30. and -seo- en and. Nellie Wetheebee by J. U. Walker. the position meeting Feb. 4 at. 10 rell'u'lar .
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tlpns 35 and 36 and 25 and 20 and 23 Miss Eunloe't..rt.III'. spent; from Friday ot county attorney. was. tendered unanimously .
I.-'y. 'and 24 in tp. 29$ a 30 from the present afternoon. till. Monday morning. to Col. P,A..Vans Agnetratthe' \ .
public road 1 in Mid sections 11 and 12, wltb her frieodMisa Irene Ullllard. .ame' salary as heretofore,' and. Mrs. J. U. Shannon of Bomswood, "

running; north to- the. present public The many friend. "of Mr. ,J., Kl: was 'accepted*, and. Col.. P.'A. Vans Pa.. and a regular wipter visitor to : o. .
'.\ 'road in said sections 23 and. 24 ihe, Billiard will be pleased to. ,learn .of Agnew entered, upon his duties as Ktsslmmee. arrlTedlat week and. ba .qs :

I, county to pay J. ,;coretorLthetrdpi. her rapid. Improvement in health such. '. taken. rooms for. the winter at Mr.. 'H.
..t "" ,A.iBeach: 1.00 per t .UNKNOWN. ,W. B. Harris. Esq. of the' Valley C. Stanford's. ;
:' of said. right of ways_ ' t I P"HA Q

, Qn motion of W. W, Ivey stoonded ".J 1 i
t by J. F. William*,'in the matter of '"
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x the trustees fl' county bonds the CALL "

c resignation. of Mz.'J..M; Bryan was FOR: A MASS'', MEETING ;i THE :Don't fol'geE '

accepted. and. the following order -wa. l us \ ;
"; tnade to-wlt.: / '
,\ fa ,".T. M, Brvan. tendered his resignation : HOTEL PROJECT '

i r. as one "of the trustees.. ') :of .them ,, : ',:, c. :TO DISCUSS. LEADING
oounty''bond and the' ss wa aooeptedY \ .'. '. ;

)Iy., e'"betDll'two: vacancies of said .'"''t -' . I s. ; ' JO""ORE
if letter and filed ar . ..- Y 1__'. I" 1"a
R: trustee a was received ,. .
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( ... from Geo.'A.-Iversoe.-the remaining "'- toga' 1- "

q} trustees appointing' .T. M. Murphy th Organization i Committee is Now Ready 'to Report>as'. t to:Subscriptions . '. i.f" ..
'it' ;.fd M. Kaw to fill the vacancies. and. : ,
'.,+, ';1Ii Iid appointments were oomflrmed by d' = '
'r bl the Board to take effect upon the filing \ S. ... : Received for Capital 1 :Stock Etc. /" ..fl Botitlft. ,pot >1'16rbine"' > R1rE; o f lretY

\k of a bond of i1o,0001or.soh new Irur: I .: :. .
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:&.:, tee.The report* of the various; --county ., . ,' ..' "" " ,
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,; officer were read and ordered filed .
,.k and debited.. ; The Treasurer's fennel A.mas*!meeting of tt;.>citizen; *! of KUsirnmee: Is hereby,, called ,"to'meet'at the Council.Chamber '. '{ ::.: ." ,
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'' to , *>> '> f- \- .. ,_ __ : '
the1 following1-balances '
bowed ; ". S., : .Ja: & ,A,_
band. .' .. .-*< ","' > next' :TueidaTTe eVin'gTJanuairy 15"at 74o; o'cloclc; to:hear ?ereport'; '.of J(theTCommitteeVoiiLOrafanizatmn< .' Asyyeyc" ..'.. ....< ', x i'

UouotyR.vanue.; . . ,-. vlVg J 'SSiS. ,% 5Brv.J* 3Vi i : ; \ E. KtIaWMM E. ..: '!', "f' I't'1' I "I. /;
teurkt'rhet.I. '
.Roa.4.\.V.' .ry. 1.r..4.1385 i and'toUransactjr' KlSe business s will'apedikeitifeprojecttit. l dingG'a 1 modam i ; .' .t .I q;, ,r t4"-O-"' '1:' f+kt\ '
'.' : ..-.v.-, >fJ E"'raAjss'M'4*t.I"> " 412 /
4 'School 3+ Fine and Forfeiture./.v. 402 25 ThIs); matter of vital concern to all the j business .tnterests'ot:! ,8 >tha nand:. !It f Is tyoped? there will .be a.full ;" ." "
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School Sub-Dlst.:.No. 2. :: ..< 184 88 + '. 1. ; : ,
!:t. ? r.. 4t 3. : . 2 84I. a = \ \ 1
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attendance. . .
I\f.\ a *4 ". 4.. . ..l,, 76 M \ -- ', "

t(': :318 60TJW JI. W. THURM'A :
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; oerUflcate. of deposit" UtataX f "iFanclFanilly' Fresh
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By Chairman Organization Committee. -
.\. "/I Bank of\K ..III1ID.....,: .v ,,%WC i .07 ,h er l ;-:; ; f

J The following eocount&gen.exsm,1r'tned .. .. '" '

,:.; and ordered: paid tof. wltt. S ..ewrd '' council adjourned to meet 'T'ieadayt BLOCK' Of 'CONCRETEBUILDINGS "
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\,t4K I.:.' T W BotUr....." 00 oo_-----r-_4 ........+: :l' 00 cnv COUNCIL RROCfflilNGS. January .7, A. D. 1901.-at; 1:30p: m.' j L. ." j
.>1i/-/, 8 Part il._aommf.....e.4 ..u-.... 00p ... :>, J R. OILBBRT, Ja. Clerkr I r '' 'bay.at Any.HourPatrona: ; (
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.: wuitam......__.....e.d mU..e.. 0 00 \ ....I .. . : ; " " ) :
t H Walk.,____..... ...u-.... ',45 00 TALKED OF. .
f'1 ..4: .)tL....".dork and Mdltar.cr ....w..gslF. 118 00t Interesting Routine;. of, BusinessTransacteilfcyCitylFcthcrs. Annual Meetings. -- vr ll3Fvrw14PAF: ? -:- IFi
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.. A VMW Atrnow.Cmuity,Attomori -MJMWalkor.eorojaU. /l 18d \ ,,
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(12110 'Co beld Its annual
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DBBrow..JanlI..S\k\., ".W.,r..*. .* .rtValloy I \ ,. .,. .
OoMtto, println* .. .:.;.,..." . 't01 an.' meeting Tuesday at the office' of C. Mr.. Thurman Preparing 'to Build : .1 }. : :': : : :
..'," 4000S :Town: Hill, 3 2,1907. W.' Ward. Seore'ar7 of the company, -
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: RkLienmp.B41141htlan. ,.wr" ,
+ :: V', ,11 in regular. 'adjourn. '" \
f//1,11 f r 1Xhe'couocl1/ roet and elected \the, following Board of.
plwn44 ,, ; $
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Y "'DNParlaa.pa"pW Ktelminoo Tolophon! .Co.jnt.:.. .. ........-; ,,1100 ed session; &there 11I.F'1Jre..n.. T. M.Murphy. Directors serve for the ensuing and Others May Follow quit. A.CARSONrresldest. ::' . *
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C 1 H4w 4b.tr.rr_. ..1. r....... J.f6.J. President; K Lesley, :rear: F. W Huldekoper: General :! $ "R
., L L.iet'.eIerk..dinlr .............. 170 C.'BafT.. W.. Bill U M. Wtoladen t' Ward 'F. I Mr. IAd.m't representing Smith ,
-.J.: C. W. ..
Chas. Miller ; ;
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400 p
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).Ii'I W W B GrllI\u.Mftklraon.uppli O. ,:..."I't..',.., U Tl I' and .., It."- Gilbert .JI'.,, Clerk* Tte Hurdekoper, R. R: Tluldekoper\ . J. Lester, the wqll. known contractor of ' ,
, :A FB.tl.PV0" "..*writ D' .rab. .'.- **4&iJl minute. of the last meeting were read. S. Miller/0. C. l Bibley. Tampa'was her Wednesday in. con ;
t L IIJ"; baUdln.f_'A JfcUrmkroW. MMliomv and .approved. 'The' following bUll sultatlpn! with. tit. -Barry 'W. Thur. :
Floyd mippliao wipor..,. ..'...,- .s JJ ordered paid, ''Tbe t.lghtey-Parson Cattle Co; held man. concerning the building of a. two- Waters & Carson) Gt ;
approved and >teas :
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BD. Uos..... ot.. ..... ...., .1..r; .ua" were i '\ ) .. ( j
P O Oramu-ti ratd4k work.::..... ....',*. "0 follow: .; 4l its annual meeting at Hotel Tobopekallga story concrete block buildlng on the '
leg'... GUbett.......__.'-......;,-,.4 11. OO W.AderhOdd.aalary.tM.r.4..i* '.11500l..onard I Tuesday. sod elected the' follow Van Duzor property. which Mr.Thurman it"
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:Ibo II"Pba-r tot.cUt WWIe_Balmy .llm.b.l.pu..u, JiG 00LWUULm..t.r. lg officers for the ensuing-.rear: W. purchased last winter '
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fire r : ?** ( .... 1000J. ,
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} ELL C R dilborl, Sr InfaoloM eounty trooi..44. 81 P Z.Da.a..apt Bab.nmt..l.r.B t P M.tnoraior., .%,.(,j!...." t.l1' 00 ,, Vlce-Preeldeut and g.D.r..t.maD.; around town and. found tOme which he GR' 'OBR. ,
,{ j ) \V Joh_ Ia..ry roc work WIU"*. 78 OO ..-..... .....' !. Suitable .
.. . .. T M Mnrptur. omtarr. ..a. .Io' J OJ alter: C. C. Wilson Secretary_. and considered for the '..manufacturing .
J 8 Str tmq...tanlior forrawl. ,"..,. I.471J1000'I' T W Bllta.ooiorr M.M_..,...j-;;..".V- .1 Treasurer. W. c; Parsons, U. A. ; the blocks' bed its .0011... tbe "' >i. :
Jot bnae.g.rw otrykp..w..r.i/.er... ....:..., E L ] :,,;, 100LII and. be dra",
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E: M M"KM, Whtdden.rI..alarra..Ide..ea./. 1'00wGB.a.e.larr.aNmr.W Ltghteey and C. C, Wilson .dljectors. plan specifications n "
C; UndorhUL brinctnv book No. T . 400 ,will be '
i,1 A NC 100 the contract for the' building
f W M Ro, mrt.brln, l......*ook. N...II.../S too j .. .*. ..."re.h.y.. ...i. 001T. Abe anntial. meeting 'of .the Lee- be __. .. IJ"1'A.J8..TS.O. ..:
f JH WlUkor. ....__........ N... I'. .. toa-i .R.OUbvrt.. .'F "T'1 "! r''',"'II-'. .r., SOUEl. let and. the. work of, construotlon) "
I.IIriqI'-' r. beld in this 'city
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W Parsons '' .1
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,; ., W L.VeaDuslN'.un- pate farm. .. .....:..{. 120, TOT "0 K.!: ...t-tor.elork..TeL boy. pkono. waning rankf' ;..*; J J"? last Tuesday. the old omcere 'w.re' re- Mr.'"hurinan. propose 10' build' a n: 4 y. ..1 Celebrated)Fertilizers; I : : : l :
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WB lahnstou..rim1..1_r..so... .... 1'. WL Vea Du.or. tmni-Meooa .LP..-...,..: eleoMd for,t.be u followltw. two-story bulldloir between. Van'' Du- ,
w B .b. UNJ ...... ..1 ... -40 50 President i .
i It Walks. .criminal raota-Countr AidsVs II TU1er wood n.Iwoo.d JII.P.; .i" ?'", "C.,;, ... 100 j O. Parsons\ ;' < : Jno.' M.Lee.VlcePrMldeIU Corps officeand the W, p. Base market .Gn&'l. ; .11' ., . . . ..: ,
E Maek. .
..... .' *0If .' '.. .'.. .. and ..eDeralmao- building with three 'under.neath ..
stores
9s r'mimle.l ELP: ( SUM clro.: .... ..-, ,
}J. shwa cheoll emu: AJIDonona .
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W..O..O., .. -:" ,_ ;.. ell l&IlerS..a.' Bullock, Secretary and and offices upstairs. all. of which
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1 .J M Walker,"rlmlaallaeh1 t 8* i .. ... 66 :
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.. .... 8.G.G. H..O'" .l. Treaeurer..W.C. Parson.'Jno.' M. lI.atlaoel in :
,.: M W.Ik. foMtbUi .. '., ..i.r.. .. S *0 .. : WI 0, : will be finished) .up-to- .
..........._.... .. .. .}!.G\lb.-t.\ M ** directors. \
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.L..JiIJaJI, .Rw ,h. i .' .. '....10& ..... .. II Lee and 8. H. Bullock, date. style ', .
1 of '&; .....for! .,. 0. .CaArtophor. t also'probable. tbat. Messrs.. W
'c Blgham
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; .lessees of convict i for I> ,.,.., .J ?: ..l1. 48 I'fO I .- "II" C,. Bass B. L. Lesley; J.: I;, ueaman. RlbE'S' iu''RS': '' ;, :
wes PA.f.-WJ:1eeb1eOO. ,
f'f.r', 'J ber 1006, filed,. amounting". TjlM .. .. P1..1LIe.hle o..o' '..1It should your baby suffer? When'beIs I and E. A.-Nlemeyer, the other property ; : . : .
.:465 96 with draft to cover same I Sta.'K..J..f. MM owoers on the same block will tearaway
........ fretful and reitlre.,duo's'experlmebton ,
Chairman. Butler filed the 'account OB w-sau. .ba.hng. Te.! ..; =I their old buildings and replace ;
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ALDav0d.o..t.e.resgert..n. ;t0WailarrkprtM.gmLat.t.J'v'4. Lint and me any old thing your Coisxi.tr : ro4tio'e' a, eiP.i(; i l
rssle of.the Poor Farm fruit-crop for : <' 4 1*I recommends. a bottle Hem with. concrete block structures. : r '. *
'"u 1906amounting '? A : OJdTI>,..................v.;>....,,"i>Mv, 10 tot neighbor White' Cream Vermifuge Buy, greatest. With these plans io (contemplation .. -. _.. \ u r.,. J : :
'3417 box. of oraoge.'M <1 ..$3417,00 :Committee, ordinance and' ,resoInttonu -I medicine and cure for all and the new tourist hotel practically.
>;. At bojes.oforsoge.ouf..l. ( ) '. . : stated thai they; ,were not prepared children's known worm diseases. It Is mild in Ito ...ured,"there-s. DC reason why, KUslmmee : :

,{!f cooi. ?>" .-:*'>.'.4. ,,>.,,,'. .\ .. *.. ao4o to report whereupon'.'council action, build up the system, make 'should 'sot go abad with . . .
: allow committee further time '' rapid strides and attain that commercial '0\
agreed to thin babies. rat. Mr. .. 'C.Hmlth Ail ,Tile World.
TTT111 r: Amouintfag6o.*r>,...ti-. 34J7:40.Which : ID which to complete same.' I ,puny Tampa. rid. write: and Industrial Importance. 'which : ;
'l; was paid to the.oounty treasIvrer'and A. EL'Donegan met">wlth the, Board .'My 'bab,; ass thin! and-sickly' has,always been ber dueTboy. I* a "tagtVsnd/Ballard', 8'DOW lAntmentplay 11WM116n t

tr" : placed lathe 'County. '?'.Iteve.., and. asked that be bea allowed tore* could; not retain Ito food and cried alnJlI'b' J rof *..a most 0 prominent pan
I pus Fund. ;.,. ,>:t'i tYrr' -,- deem all tax: .ale'.sberUneatew' 'against. I used one bo..o'l White'sI It h...-no superior for.RbeamatUm.' ......--..
wets. paid ,. and esnoelled :warrants lots 0..10; 11*''1* and north half .of- 15 I, Cream.V.rwifog. and la a. few' days living ii I to eve rood health.Use .tiff. joint." cut. ..sprainsand ,alt. JIIII1DU'11---: !
destroved by'.fire; In open board. of Payne Payne; addition upon s payment baby. wa laughing happy and well.." Herblne and you will have bushels of pain. SBuyItrtry; U and -yon"wilialways r wel !

.. ," .and the.. ,.board" --took-" : :a''.reoes' un4L|, !.' of tea dollar and,costs of can Sold.by rtobemon'. etarmac.. ., '. soy; -You need not ba blue fretful and non "It. Anybody who "h.. ...=...z.-.__:=...; ;
.f"". ''3p.m.. ;; < celling: same,' .stating that .tbroagb have. that. bad tasteInyour, mouth. used Ballard'.) Snow. Liniment U a ......
trTIM;, bondee-COoned.tit 2p.. od.., recommendation of'...be"oowoty oon*. 4 : L.J' -- Try; ,a. bottle of .Herblney positive living proof-o4 what 1'd0llll.1': +< Bny: a

Alf' "present./Tbe warrant'werw mlsslooerstM Comptroller, baa allowed fntej4iajiHcilt.. .. '.PoftioOflfeda. 'I cure foe all lifer com plaints/. Bar. ... trial. .bottle.' '2fio, DOe and tl.OO. SoM ;\ ., .
i I '.Igoed'Sp In open'bosrend'bosrd, caoeellatloB of certlflcates beld "..byoounfy I' I ) Austin, Te.r'te.' : -' by Roberson Pharmacy. ,; - " ,. For Stte&y. .

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-:"t"'T' '' J Hud yourself in prison within an 'Lour BREACHPresident's ;I C fi : AI. n
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i i ;: chancedvlth" tJl4t, murder Of Mr. Wil ,'tr'
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....O stepped l softly; to the 400r 'and. ''Bulwark: In; :Senate ' 'If, '. *V FROM ;
4 yet a r tfrv turned\ the hey.i'Forjow . '

; I Es: 'HARD PARDON !, "i in gazed my: baiHls.ther1i/ .sake" ," she. fence.said: she;, "your Inclined' llfss . . Defends. I .His Act,, , ' :, , Sick ;Headache

> hIlelld a* though I bad asked a
.\ .J. ?. .. IN DISCHARGING. NEGROES
;< question) tlad' 'tl1o< was a.iuwerlnglt"Tei \
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\ :.be-said: ( "It '. whether! you", meet your fate upon, the t

: ,A.MM CJRCUMSTAHflAL EVIDENCE gallows Not fit all a pleasant Iden!" Strong Speech of Stnot'-r: Dealing ._ ,.t !
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"Speak plninly, I mnnnitced to gasp.: With. '
. '' "I liavo come hereto do so, and Imyocboseu Question i IIf Law and Fact
.. .; {hi* blur'ln order that we shall 'In, the Case-Foraker'Replies w "1

.' ',:Bsr:8", L. ,F.;AE.JEON.: not .be, disturbed After your treatment In'I" egative.1' a N
,. of me I do not know why; I E 'J

. f'\ quotioujapJiemju, : EWiM: t1l1 t1 :JJtt'cn1J:1Jm.' : : . should worth '111)wish' Virile to save, Besidesmy)'011:.bllt, it rnny nature be A Washington 'apodal nays: senator: fI' I!

M '.1urQ Is merciful. I ivould return good; foreviL" Lodge spoka.at: length b r9.tb hen-, ",
; : Q'Q 'tlr'nIQQQ; OAn-aa QllQaaQQ!' LlAlIA Q41lL1 GI '
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ate Monday In' regard to the .DrownBvlllt .
!> CHAPTER,, --Xtl Of Ills dispntch.box. and found, It. I "Go on," ,,j said, vsfraight: to the ) affair Mr Lodge said In part: For Permanent Relief .;:
r 'Continued; unlocked the box, took out tbe money, point. I .
""', ''' fy. /'J>t'RI'SIX'write: Ibis at ,jbe locked the box npnln. and repliictnl the "It is my Intention.. Will\ you not ln-4. :- "Two questions nr'o hero Involved, a REXBINE eU-alr' cOy on the Liver. It will cure CONSTWATION i
bedside Of'' Bamiiel Fleetwood, whose key J lu the dead gellllt' 1o U'II ,pocket.: rite. uio to bo eon ted?" question of fact and a question of from ,all DYSFEniA MALAKIA AND CHILLS Is entirely free "f:
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poisonous mineral of
substances, and Is Composed solely
confession-1 hav.ftaken'down.trom bls- Then I observed a ring upon Ills linger.I "1 will not" Jaw They _are t surely distinct.! they LIFE-GIVING? HKXSS. Especially adapted for weak and weary
> ;own'lipi.. The: original of.this confer drew; it' ol"i1l1d.ltb( the Ulon'y'Mldrlna' "Ab{ you will noon change your tune. .Ought to be settled separately. and 'constitutions; ; strengthens the weakened glands and organs!: ; it check; .a 1
4 anon, duly signed by Eamuet'lrleetwoodtarid In my posnenflou I fled from the .I Rnri; you n packet this evening which all derangements o? the human body r
;; wltncsed by'me, Iretain, to deliver home 'Ju which'I had been treated I received'from n clergyman.! neither should' be permitted to' cloud ;

\\tv the authorities, Tlie-doeument you with unvarylng"kliiln and ,consideration "You did,"' I sold, and feared to Add or obscure thenother in the public CURED .HER SICK HEADACHE, I

.will find herein Is a faithful copy of i"I ; that from this packet there was, a mind. TIle question ,of fact tie Mrs.Josie Centrall Avenue 11
the sncceededlq document infusing which 'might be of may .. Texas writes "I SndH1RBINBgtveamequkk.relief "
same, which I made at the unhappy escaping unobserved '
man's, urgent, re'/juest "who extracted and before noon I was at a sufficient Importance to me: '. staled In this weir: and take pleasure in recommending It .'froot'me the promise' that I would deliver distance from Sovenonks to believe myself "When I received If." she continued/ "There'' was abooting In the street women-who suffer from aide headache."
It to you as soon as be was Bend safe. But I knew that when the I "with the Injunction to deliver it Into of Brownttville oil. the' night of Au. WITHIN THX REACH OT ALL :'

''Desiring comply' faithfully nnd-exactly murder. was discovered, and !It was ; ;your: hands directly you came' home, gu t,13, 1906,, bousei. were fired Into rilty Cents A Bottle Avoid All"'Sutstltate '
with tbe request, I write these found that I had fled, the pol.ce wouldbe I thought I would first see' what lt> one I'man wan Mllod and the lieutenant .

explanatory: lines,, to provide for tbe sfter 1;; :'contingency' of your not being at home In my movements, and kept myself You Infamous "OmODr"! under him and was so severely wounded ., '
.when I call. I have time to do this; concealed during the day.,und walked "I,, advise l you to be' polite. There.lore !n the arm that amputation was St.; Louis."U. _S. A.
*.as Samuel Fleetwood Is still lingering, from place to; place !In the night f I went to my room and openedIt necoaaary.. .. .- ..
-any I ca.inot leave him uutlj' all is over. managed to. get hold of a newspaper Shall I tell you what It contained. ?"- "These facts
''I cannot say that lam entirely satis- In which I read an account of the mur. "I am listening to you" not. are Admitted and. are .
1; fled with tbe confession. clear and xpliclt der and 'description of my personal "It is most considerate of you, seeing disputed. any one. This shootIng BOLD AND IlIE OMMIt DaD.,. BYjPor

as It mast be to all who read It.t appear!' a nee. It was a long account and tbet your life hajigs upon a thread was dome by Home one, It 'was' '
My reason for dissatisfaction lies In the It told everything about the robbery which it Is In my power to cut... It done either! by' United Stated soldiers Sale 'at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
fact that, after .the confession was of the money and the ring. This mademe contained; letter',sddreimed to you by' from Fort Brown or by Inhabitants .

,drawn opt, asked! the dying criminal fearful of keeping these about me, the clergyman. I read it with great _of the town of Brownsville.
:to swear to Its trutb, and that he light and .J being one flight on a bridge I tied Interest It contained also* &' .copy of Then was, no ono else and It Is not KISSIMMEE
ly' refused, '' 8arllC.tbat, surely the them In 'a pocket handkerchief, to Samuel Fleetwood's I't false .confession. pretended there la any cue else who' 1 '
!'words'of a ,dying man would suffice. which I attached, some heavy stones; I read that with greater interest It could nave done It.
There must be strange.contradictions then I'threw the treasure into the river. contained also a private letter to' you "The president tbe secretary of
In his'nature., Aa one who has sat ..tm.nr From'that night I have no -clear! re- from Samuel Fleetwood. I read that war, and the *oOlcers of the army; RIVER :ItOITTE.BTRJiUER
I should have, membrance of. what with even greater Interest-Indeed
; deathbeds expected occurred. I suffered detailed: tp Inquire Into the affair have .
: that, having committed crime great hardships from hunger and with'so, much Interest!' that I retained decided that the ,
/tso horrible, Samuel Fleetwood would otte,- thought .tint. I should die. At ,t." the !soldiers end shooting furnish was done by LILUffl STEAMER KOSEADA.
'have,been' afraid to' meet bis Maker. length, uoy'ltfe; being a .torture too, "YOl.Iole It, then?" sustain their testimony to Captain Clay; Johnson,. Sr. Captain Clay; Johnson. Jr.
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lit Is not so.., Unless I have gathered a .great to bearJ) determined to go back "If you choose to put It In those lions! opinion. The .Constitu Regular veekly' trips to Banlnger ad return. Roseadu leaves. Klsslav 1 1':
false Impression from his utterances, .. to Seyenoaks and give' myself; into the words I am agreeable. stole it )Ir. League' representing the soldiers .... '' Tuesday unornlng, and-arrives Klsslmmee Friday; evening. ;
.be goes to his account In a calm reliant! bands of justice.-: Pardon, you are not a young man:; deny that the shooting WM Special Charter Trips to Lake Okee&-oboe and Fort Myers on the Ullle. l. I
... spirit, welched down by no fears of the "For all my sins I cravo,Divine for you must have experiences and ad- done by them and assert- that it was Comfortable accommodation for
Rates
_ ., .1. Judgment of the Eternal Lord You giveness. Yenturesfyou must'know something of done by the citizens of Brownsville The moat picturesque Waterway passengers.In Florida. reasonable. , i l
A also in* the leave "I for men and life. I than'YOII lisgutsed IQ'callt off uniforms of the
; wllj b4" packet 'I crave forglvesness also of my am younger For Passenger and. Freight :Rates apply to 't. t.
for you a sealed .letter from the..crlm- master and 'ot my dear' mistress nnd much very much 'oung'r-but I have troops and provided with exolodel: i, V'"I
.lead which he muat '.lreadl have pto her daughter for having brought this bad my experiences and I adventures sheila from the government ranges, CLAY' JOHNSON, SR." Proprietor. .'1
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''pared before be gave himself up to. ho- distress upon their home. and I know something too of men and who committed tills outrage for the board -Ullle Klsslmmee. Fla ',

man lattice, and ..ut'cuatulbconcealed (Signed). lifer Just now' Judging from your agitation purpose of casting odium upon the ,.
,'from those who searched him In prison. "SAMUEL; FLEETWOOD..1. I axn.the clearer-headed of the troops of Fort Brown;\ One of these --'u..4". .. p1 ----fil "L,. ,p,? ,
ft'4 It i'. be say, for ;your eyes alone, and Straightforward and fatally- incriminating two, and I tell you that never did 'man two'propositions' must.. be proved for, How ,.
.1 hare faithfully carried out his'moat '''al tills confession could .not stand In such Tearful danger as you do ,
''earnest'nay, his solemn dulre. brIn.lcmng'lt ; fall to be to the minds of strangers, itgatlrthKtffw at this moment.. disgraceful In general here negations. and areof: uo. use To Make' tfLeHlarlStrong f
herewith. Heaven havemercy S'thnnttliad satUfled tamou" grave, is yawning wldo for I
: upon ellsinneral"This ' -- the clergyman who bad taken it down you, and I alone cnn. lead you trom'ltto..lI4tlt "It, will. be the ,duty of the committee : I r'tY ,

letter led 'me to" axpec chat '1 from--TSamuel' 1I'1eetwood..dyln/f./ lips. : ground. hut you shall buy under the, resolutloa N take' ,
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should find twotnclosures Iq tbe packet Certainly' that portion tof it w... false your lIeteti-uponmrterm*.- - ,IJl) possible- testimony and :dec'dewhether 4- .By.G. Elliot ,Flint. ..
C !'.Tnere was however,.,but one, the bead.t which referred to his drawing the zing .1 looked helplessly around; her!' words this "shooting"' &.4ou'b3' -"r- """" """ __i .
.. I.olf 'of-Whlcb? was, "Copy Of Samuel off.tbe finger of the dying man'and bis carried conviction'with them. She the soldiers 'or:by-ell; !tens of Browns i-
IKFle, two. '.,.Contel" n." The sealed : having tbrpwn It ,Into the river. The wilfully; misconstrued piy distracted ville.' This Is the question of fact.In Jim kind of 'exercjso One 'should take for his heart's sake Is.' '
'( '. letter, was'mleshng! /. ring was In-my pocket* and,- from the gate. !it. is Involved Clot only the, Innocence I extremely important "As I have already said exercise, to
f 4 Bac :tlle.'cJer maD forgotten to put moment I found it there bad neverleft "I know why' you are looking abOut. or the giillt of the soldioM, but'tbo : tbeheart'sufficiently; must be vigorous,' though not too-
_ 'It .IB the packet,1 or bad I dropped It on my oaleallon.- I had hoped that You arc a .trong 'man1 I am a weak innocence or'' guilt of the inhabitants T'vigorous. Ordinary, walking, while healthful, falls\ short of
"Uwn7, Mo not the latter,- because atreit; -,, J_ woman. Have you &any Intention ofcommltUrfg. of Brownsville. this requirement That calisthenics and light exercises generally

-wa. packet wm Araly. tied round with the confession would hove lIet"mr; con a second murder Do not ..TThe', question_ of' law ,la .whether 10... are also deficient In this respect Is proved by the! fact
...: hf1Wi t.'h...4'' to. cut. before I science'at rest- It had not; done so.', entertain,, I beg; weak' as I-am, I the president. in- 'dfcmlsslng these .., that while all humankind naturally; Indulge In light exercises
qNM It tbe knot., being fast. 'My thoughts became presently centered shall, be<+able to defend ,myself; .till I I companies.without, bonoris"eXce1)ded'' , ;yet,heart ailments are prevalent among them. Every one
... alarm ,," ,);,,, ,,.that Is not hedrldden walks more less and I have read,
." be I wrnt out and looked but upon the sealed letter vdbich.was ,';the bocse., Thenno,: power on liia or ;
did not find It1'''There was another possible missing from.the packet, It was for earth can save you from 'your fate.I I ,; powers undor,,,,the.)law. /!and thll learned articles which Iry (0'prove that walking la the only exercise man requires. -
: explanation: that Mile. Rosalie my eyes alone, Samuel Fleetwood had was speaking of Samuel Fleetwood'nJ executionThis''question( can!bo' settled I : ,But'If a man'never,, runs, he could Dot: If. be''would, run'' fairly. fast
had extracted It. with the ideathat it tteclared.. ,.Doubtless: the clergyman had private letter .nd I told 'you that 1 lir the senate just as well now, even a half-mile. So.the argument Is In effect' that a man "need not be able to-
Y contained 10m,!. Informationwhich It I would proceed to.bis house and !! retained It. What Is more,' I made'a end 'I think better than at any other run. .1 cannot agree with this conclusion;' for walking at'a'moderate pace af
.; would be ot-valoe to her. Should I'go It. I would proceed -to his house at copy of-ftt-.-The originalif I jpiit safely., time' without the least regard for the recta' heart action only slightly. - .
to her and accuM! heart the theft No, once, and'ask him for It. away; it Is in the hands of one 'who committee's decision .a* to thee l .que .' vae.kho. Running of all exercises for the-heart'Is. I think, the best. Of course, tt lr
;It would be useless; she would deny; It, lie was at home when I arrived, and will bale It It the need occurs. Samuel tlon of fact: It Is purely a questIon.of ,. has a weak heart cannot'Immediately run either fast fort; nor to it i
;and I'should be 110' better off. I decided did not keep me waiting a moment. Fleetwood did not murder Mr. Wilmot| ,. law and'I I think''It 'ought.to bus detached necessary. for the average Individual to learn to rungreat distances at a high, y. .
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.attera''tttio'refecti4in, to read I explained,the'object of my visit He but he saw the deed done." from tho quecrfon'cf fact and speed. But every one owes It to his health to be able to run without distress, '.1
",the conteNl first, and then! to hastento expressed surprise,,, and said he''was "He saw It done?" I gasped.: "Who, .settled J 'at onfe',because" .1 think that MY, a half-mile at a fair pace. Let, him begin by jogging one-eighth or one- .t
clergyman's house and ask him positive he tad :iplaced ths'sealed lef- then; is the murderer?" V confusing'oqg'' qaestlonr with 'another quarter of a mile, then -half-mile, which distance he may ultimately run rea IY

for''' tbe, "missing'document. I should ter In bis pocket. "What
'have gone Immediate!; had It not been "I have the most /distinct remembrance ? You I 'You, and no( other man!" Injustice IJltJ1111 create great ' at I was too anxious to read Samuel' ," beMld "of.putting It there. "You-ller cried.:; "You HeP find I
prevent prcmpt: action. The constitution
,eetwood'. confession. ,It ran"ail. tol' The unhappy man set such Importance ,"I speak tbe truth; find you know It. makes the president coin.ander'In '
'. 'lo-W upon Its reaching your bands, without Samuel, Fleetwood's confession is a' !
,--11.- ...... : Samael Fleetwood. lately and for delay; that I was more'than: ordinarily .false confession.-made not so much to chief of the army and navy ,.. Germany America
Q the United States
; ,many years-'In the-service of Richard careful. Aa you opened the packet'Itmust save, you .. to save your wife and jf and congress Is ,, I. \
.Pardon.- Esq.-,,, being) on the point of have dropped .out. Most likely daughter from Indelible, Infamy, I given authority 'to' make rules for, .1''

death'. and, knowing' that .1 have but you wllj find it In yonr,hou_." told ,you' I., had read the confession the government( and regulation' 'of, the ,EnglandBy .. :"
a few hours to live, hereby; confess that 1..dld, -not prolong the Interview,,, Re: whlcb ot course, you have also done., laud and naval forces. ? ..
;I.'.and.I alone ,murdered my:master's 'turning to mv house 1 made another What do you think of that part of It' "In the fifth- Amendment of the confctltutlon -' .
uncle,'.)!r., WlljQJoU. who had come tot search, with the same' result The which"speaka of the cord with the land and naval force's'are '', / ,. hadwQll. ;.
; \\'pa"-':.mrDUhl; \ c.;: a visit at,, Boscombe letter was i"nowhere to' be found., I which tbe unfortunate;eentlemhn"was exempted from the-rlgbta guaranteed ,' j :0:
..r Lodge No person but I am Implicated passed the 'evening ..In"a 'miserable strangled -Do.you know anytbingof; to all'personawho are held. to an- HE Industrial expansion of Germany has -been achieved by ,'j .
In the dreadful' deed,-bo person'urged frame of mind. Until that'letter was that cord? Could! you produce It"if ewer for a.capital, .or1'otherwise' .In-1 II I '-' II' equally hard work.but the'adventurous audacity and restfnr '
me to do 1t, no person but. I am respon-. In my.' possession I. could know no you were forced to do so?" famous1 crime. In making, the president I Ina. ....earch "nnveltv of metlca, have UAAn ..Ania..A..
,. :'alble for 1t., peace ,I determined to make still another It did.not seem to me that a human commander-n-cbtet the constitution by steady and watchful effort. The ,industrial" ;population; I ;hat; ,, "
. "X' *4 plead nothing: ntenJ1aUon.Ii search after all mv household being wale speaking. Tbe words t beard ,, conferred upon him all the . not been left to cave out It. own ..destiny Duties been guided : -
., It'mnit:have been the devil wbo put bad retled to rest -I did not see Mile.: seemed to be uttered t>;y some remorseless : and authority ordinarily'exercised powers II'I 1- .' < and helped at every step. "Lalsser: falre" or "Manches- !

_ the ,Idea Into 'm, head of ,murdering Rosalie, and' I Inferred that she was devIL -? ly' tile Commander-in-chief has ,terthum.' as,they aay in Germany Is dead; ordered regulation -
and robbing my master's dear friend. I !In her room making preparations'for '."So much for'tbe coi-'d. she"said; as "is accepted and applied with infinite pains by the legislature

. V :.I awoke In the middleof the night I her departure 'on the morrow; To my "Tbere Iii another* part of the, conles- "such' the"rlght inherent In his office ". -government 'departments.municipalities and private I
with; the awful purpose' In my; mind. I wife and daughter I said nothing of tbe i lion which must hare puzzled you-the to..punish.or' discharge except: to far ,It Is seen not only in the scienttnc tariff', but In the.careful and Judicious seutisens
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:Aivofce.whispered to me: 'Kill him! confession determining to leave the. ring, with its remarkable' diamond.. all 'it Is limited -or regulated by the factory. code the state system of Insurance, the organization of trafflo- .f

-He has Ave" thousand pounds In a- dispatch disclosure till the following day, In the I What do( ;you tlIlnk' ot .'description law-bttking 'power which has 'enacted and 1 transport by railway and canal, the, fostering of the;mercantile marine, the ,}
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box. The.box lies 'at the head off hope that I should succeed in finding Samuel .Fleetwood gives in his confession the articles war.., ;- education provision municipal, action and poor-law administration. So the ed- 1 ,t
... his bed. 'The key-is In Ma pocket ''HeJa the missing documentCHAPTER ;' ,,. of 'Roving taken '''It'oft' the dead :Mr.. Foraker replied i vigorously to ifice baa been built up four-square and buttressed about on either aide "
} an-Infirm man and the 'deed can be ','' ; man's finger. .What do'jou'thlnk.' ot Mr, Lodge's speech, taking: Issue with England shows traces ot Amertcan'enterprise! and of German order, butthe t ;

,easily,.and swiftly.' done; 'Then, take* XIII tbe description he gives? Shall I baa ,the Massachusetts' senator .on. both enterprise' faded and the order muddled"', They; combine'toa curious,' 7
.+ -\ the money And'ta, .It was 1 o'clock In the morning,'and and a guess, and declare that' you, and' the points asto. ''the law and fact' travesty In which activity and perseverance assume tbe'ejtprelalon of ease Y
", "I will intake no pretense to accountfir L was in'.my study, alone., My; last no other maD.knows wbir. tbat ring: I He"declared that there| Is no' auto- Indolence. The once enterprising. manufacturer baa grown slack; he has let and,
: ,this devilish prompting )lr: WtlIfsltt' search'for Samuel Fleetwood'-s -.".led Is at(this[ moin'en.tu''''Shall I hazard n crttlo and unrestrained power In: this business take care of Itself;'while he Is s"shooting,'grouse .or yachting In.the Ii"
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. bad'on.. me"no ", I ,and declare ,that. if ''were ,
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letter had proved fruitless.' ,I was Indespair peas yon country. not even in the'.Commander- t&.dltCrr&aean, .That, ta his. bGII e'L ", ....
':aoUiaboring under any; sense ot Injns- at, this moment seized and searched, '
,.., flee from his and yet I knew not what I bad in-chief .of. the army.. ......*.* ***..+...*.. .+.
bands; ,the'bands
'or from to teu.r. Absorbed In distressful nai V'.of\; ''tb. ,klnd master and >mistress in murderer would be discovered?' Obligeme -
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I did not bear
I a soft knocking at '' irfr. ,r *** *++
.',,'>"wbof* ,service.; I was.employed. I had my study; door, which was locked and with an answer to that" New' Orleans Carnival, Optns.iTbe Ms&Tidkling
hltherto.enjoyed n good character.: My : It was not'tl11'U, repeated several She paused'obviously; with the intention " ( ;carnlval'seAaon. : which' ylones. "

F. master was a good master; my mistress times, as I was presently informed;that of giving me time to tvflect.- But ,with, Mardi ,Or_: opened. at, New Qrleana'Monday f' Human Vanity | mKW .
ijOtt* the sweetest lady on earth.Cheer- : it reached my eara. "It Is my wife. I all power of-loglcal! thought had passed ;'' .
:,;1u ly? Lad I been asked,would I bare bought; >Mshe Is uneasy that I am not from me, 'All I could.say; was; : ; .,night :"Ibe. annual! Wilbur Larrema're ii
,jKtat4 vnmyi'itfe;; J' for. her." :All that I abed.t> I opened th. door and saw- "I must know more., Have 70n withyou boll: of the Twelfth Night'Revelers.. .at- ; .Ity . ;
7 ea4' ad 11 fflk Hues of for- best and'noblest of made?" ..--
I permission, the'gild say yon .f v"I
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people trade hum
-wJtKSaV.title I\do"not'arrogat. of tickling s'
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-wlk...:ti ,. afflicted,, and "How daroyou.TI-'.cried,,."Intrude. >'WU'Jou' let me read It?" TROOPS OMINaFROM; .;ISLANDS.. ii vanity' |sr: bow/manydifferent'and,, It employs .There ,
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me....by wick.d.and, d.vi1LMtempx I upon me at such an hour?". "I brought for,yon to read: Invite -- .are "lncom.nomin.L magazines that live h J" I
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? me'to be seated.* ," Ninth Regiment p -Infantry- Ordsrsjil' 0 ft l nnitl
Speak .
low..she said.."for your '
la' is.'b" : 1 1i own 'cqmmon'.torflnd' upon'centre'' i.;
; T'ha'fJn: ; JUXurOIUlIr-bounc
"0. .JeeP" bed.:. sake.' M bare 'knocked: at'your door file H.-. ted." Mom ,fret, .Philippines.* $ and
'i ,taB pocket-a;,tbln" plo cof, wblpcord.arousing'bins : several times; .you', must have' been :She'laughed, Cud made ms a mockingobeisance 'The NWtn. 'regimentUnited States :: .. 'prtntiedvoIuateiwhcpa' ,.jcontents Trade, consist entirely of fulsome .":
", Without -:from,Ws slum- busily: engaged not to have beard me.*? ; then, seating herself"handed 'Infantry.: ; has-been ordered:borne. from' "rip; II 1;puff,. Each profession avocation, and, association has _,
I managed to pat this cord rouad
There was .an Insolent .ealmne.:1.0:: ;( 's; the Philippines ;.nnd will be stationed .. who, la ,
Reek:' With, ,all my.;strength I hegavocebat.( ; troubled I'as; I,was\.,. I "From''!Samuel Fleetwood:dead? t* j.Fort. Sam Jouat? ( .i'uponafTlyatThis ; t',remember:9\1\ loweu'rphrasee.tWerem'eat easing In the "best aoom"of d to+flll up the world n.,, .
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It tight and sat upon his limb shoot<< Oread'whteb' It laaolred.'\ Richard 'Jfardon, Esq..livings ' ''number' farmhouse a moroocu. J
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nt him.from rUlai. *.. It..wae, .:-u.You : 'To: be continued. : cJPlon'.I1c.lude., s :, ounct. gllt.adted! vetdme O'f D.th.'no Ueorribill outI.tl'J'whleh: >'
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4onotlltlstantlrleaieltlseroom"I.aid ; 'ofwen toown--: Georgians? and, Las. ft W
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The I r i ,a. 'pgfi s htma TbC ,
IIIPUahP.d. poof giantsdead. lt.
; 0i-will call my ": e, andyourehametsi ..dais an absence of ISO ,.e.n'sharks been. located In the Philippines lvolumteetsd. the;itoflllat '''tbat'b1i"'JIJbb. in the JOC8ll1 11theoll1aade, orlclnu. y ,

I ;nJiU pocket> for the Itq ;-" 'iri'"character 1 - ., .shall'I' >be,. 'J ex1
...:;.. J ::,. ,j'". 'If ','c ',' "I :.'the ,Baltl&i. ,f A. 1"'"" '-....... .. n . ,s 17 rrlc ;;rDaror.' .thai t wall' ''' ";'Jat.anet. . ora th. encumberlnt6r'ivm';= hetlauUc,; > a'yeaCa; : ':f'il f/. .
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P*. !, Cudgels in.the-Senate., '' .
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:"! "..."""'CASE OF ite beautiful Interior of AI bank .buUdIng .: ". . ', 1- X.. j' .... Oawn; tor Bwtry. .f Advsmee In Taaulle'lel) '

II': NjiGRO TROOPS. laid la ruins, Is the, result, of'a BLUNDER/. J OPEBATOR : COMMISSION 'INQUIRE' Owtq'' ',to niUMrous lmnlrts.. The aesesament rails ill ?

: '" ..' -,. '' .'._. :. ,*, I. boob being1' :'dropped 'In the Four 1.. '1'' i tbrs IB >. ut valuation
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.Street'National bank' at' '' I
"' Philadelphia li Florida -
AiseKeThst ot..imbUc lands '
TfxasSenator: President, Saturday.by; ,D1aa who Lad demand Trains \ ert) In the state for Ue .
> on' Rock. Island l Road Crash"Together 'Rscent Horrlbls :Aeoldsrrts 'L4iacI.! 't. abj. .ot 'lo_",bdra ielaa .wktry.;.tty UalK ; !- over the of
:A WasEntirely Right In pisoharg-i .,. ;,tH a loan of $5,000, for 'which -he'Cbuld'show "List'of' .1. assesnoient u..
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,'i, +jI'+ charging' .;(Color(" 'doldlora '. I' no.collatorat The Identity and Long Ylo.time"Adddla Action Under Authority .of Reso.lutlon 4 SUUs laivl. oa a .at .O ,.lnoa 41to, leaf, is:follows: . -

:' .t. Brownsville.-- of ,th..perpetrator'of,the outrage was .. <
:F;ir, -- for 'tltae"'trapped In'' mystery Tor . Quota. at the Lint ....r,.", "leUt......with otfe' (.intomatto'" *, ,..whteh'frill valaaUon, of |l42.0i-,<'i1OV. '

.\ be was blown,, to pieces by his :-"- *. crease ever. It-OS( ,of 110, "
.t i Senator. Culberson of TeuA .w-**' owtt'engine -. I : 'prove oC, getserglttutiie.t'to.thoseseoiing >.>. ; o;' ,Tbe"'twtal .real estate569.011,434.bO. Tal
of death.; 'Tp1rty-fie, .persons, all Meiricane- "
"; : ,tbs:; first: speaker .dofenso. of \.ii'red4tr with th.\. fladlng of .his personal effects : .but three,were :'killed fifty-five persons 'Aa Inquiry sysWinr Into the operation. .of the such IltlormaUoD n 1 his Is. aa

dent ,Roosevelt action' la' discharging Sunday;, there "Uttla doubt that block. signal of the BalUmore tThere. art 'In Florida some of the f6.* 4.111.G11J' Of tin, the gala''had'

..,"1\.'.\ ,' without' honor; the $; Brownsville. ;he- ,was Rolla Steele of; Garner, were Injured and bodies of thirty and 'Obtoraftoad,. and,, :, the 'South-' .q' lfnest'pubtlelan4e. :: ': In' the 'United' tow(""propertyand ts"14m:
\ \ Iowa: Mexicans were Incinerated early1, ".4.' State yet subject to'homostead' 'wild and tarn: laada la
1 6attallon ot ,colored ..troop and ,, era railway was, Instituted at Washington entry; ee
I.. 'viewed the whole. subject, exhaustive.ly re. 'The other man killed by,the explo- a 'ld.y'm rnioc' In, a' .don; co111aloQ. ,Friday by the. Interstate 'com W'hllja' large. number ot ..homesteads' 77.00.T e'total,valuation on ,

lion five W. Z., ltd/ear cashier oftba of two passenger trains of the Chlcai: :; ,. are made] )yearly.! and millions\ of. acres I prop rtyMs:,, ,'.....lk9a.OO.: Thisjncren.es
!.I +; In a. most, Interesting" speech la. ) bank. .whobad been talking'tothe Rock ''island Pacific railroad mercecommission. In, maUac' the inquirytha : of fine/ lands'tiave. been taken.,''up the (10(,;' $'Gt1..oo.. t
: go, .and.
lei'.ena.
i, .. Thursday morning. stranger, and .had refused hi. ',reI Tolland .commission is'acting.under: report at. on. July ..1 of't \. The- 'Inn-ease .la value of anil
": '. Senator Clay ii scheduled for a ,i quests Pear Kans. authority, ,of 'a resolution pit: congress' past ..year; bell:: the*.end of they fiscal #889, 0..nos' the"".. ...... ha r

speech la which he will follow :CuKberson I Among the,- most seriously Injured Thewreck occurred: while bath adopted at the '.last session; calling for. year, the records'stow: about .00,000acre. other)eri snnL property. .la

:. In support of president's' 1, are:. William Crump. colored, private trains were running slowly on a curve a report on the' working of the rail ''of land ,yet subject to'home.- 47J.OO. ,

the messenger to' the "president of the .In a cut where the grade was. 'steep. ''road 'block- system''generally-; .speclflo ,stejid'\entry under the .law.!. The tbtalvsluatlonoral,, / .

action.' bank, badly mangled and 'bray die; All the killed the southboundtrain : Instances' of1 which appear to' be "a This land. stretching as 'it does telegraph' > $<9.'.*. ....00.I .
were on
'Senator Culberson scored a; point' "William'Wright, bank employee,, may failure! of the. .block signal :device,' from one end of 'the, slue. ;to the oth'.!'j t I crease: of HJWvOTi;,

that was appreciated. Immensely tai 'die:; Thomas 13. Rutlcr. Lanidale, Pa. except .t, tramp who- was onIhe or;, .. one of the.:'' mmlsslon'ers... ex or. from Eicambla. county,on the west .principally ''from iMreaSe' tevaluation

the galleries' ,... ..whenLhe. ,said >t wan fractured ,skull; .- Frank I. Bolde?, baggage c.r'ot! the northbound pressod'! '' It,, the failure of the human to Monroe county'1'on- the eoulh.'p :.In southern'. part 41 '

no<1U0 easongallwbether the iattaiOQ &-. clerk;,, A. 1'. Domlnlci. clerk;'C. R., Po- train. This tramp, a ''negro 'porter 'Dd' end of the device, to prevent accident sentsa most 'diversified Inducement sad 1+.> .a4wanemt' and

4 was .discharged! !because, they veers !-OD.i* elerkA'MlasJul4'Brady, : ; steoop : a''workman-accompanying a gang of involving loss of not only property, but to'settlers .':rho', desire to' 'come to of values; .of roUlag''stock.A ''1 .
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j negroes than It wail whether'the controversy rapher."T .. Mexican'laborers were life were afforded by the recent disastrous Florida and make'' ,It their. future. (1 1-i mill tax) ,generalm.
arose fn the senate because Steele ,called upon R. F. Ruahton,j : : ; the onlyAmerican. I accidents on'"the' Southern railway home. ,hrlft* .$l', NH.oo; Ilouua..

W they; were negroes. 'president of the bank who( la also .,killed so far'as. known,, althougha at LAwyers. V*., sod on the B, & Th' f0l1o'WInc'11 the'' circular! ;as mated) ''a ,OO9.00/ ;," .total,

't Although a aeuatocfrom.\ Tease, ,Cub. vesldent..of.fliejbiIadclbla'ClearingHouse ..passenger says that a woman' and ,0. railroad.'at' Tara Cotta, IX: C.. compiled by the United States land J 1)28.00.') .r,, (;j'y '* M.

berson U very close to Georgia.!. He Assbctatlon. shortly before' 'a-child ware burned In. a tourist car. .Oflclals'of both the' Southern and Oboe. For general l .revsa.e (ram i intlon

wan himself born in Alabama., Out hll noon and asked for a loan of. 5000.. There were thirty-seven' ,Mexicans- the B." O. were subpenaed before' the i .<: unu.... .Acres.Alachoa ''' 1-; mtltl.vi.2111:' .

'father 'came from Troup county., Ga., 'Tber"Ment/ quickly 'sized him 'up end five composing commission 'to give It such Informs '. .lO.lttf'" For' general ;;rovewM I from
Americans a.'gangof '
and his mother. troa\\ Columbia coon. as eccentric end turned him 'over to tion as they might possess If., after Baker ', ;.1.168 (estimated'.1g60,9O0O0r., :+

'ty.G Ja. He jai closoiy related.to. iiiany) .the ;IcashTer.withthe:, ideathat, the railroad'workers, 'la the imoklsg the officers of ''these .Unas have beenexamined Bradford: .,, ,. ,. '520 For genera. ,reVenue from
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I prominent''' Georgia families. His latter i would have dim taken from the car Of the southbound train. It be 'deemed desirable' to Brovaru ., ? .19,710! sources' :;' "

speech: ,, the,first,'&'un"J4; 'tU contest, building '.petore' )eavlngrMr.. Kuahton TheMexicans -were pinioned .under. do so the conimlslluai nfsy call ofllol&U Calhoun vV, ; ,. L209.. + Increase prernlvnin I '"tax ..c,'

brought about by' tae [ I1ornlror, reao.JuUoD -' Steele showed him a\'t\ Picture l of a" wo .the: seats, and the doors were jammed of other lines on whlrh "wrecks1 recently Citrusi. 'v: 8.159 etc.:; .,estimated. 'llOOOOO.oo v..

.. w.. 'lIa i:1od: with interest *% man la'ehlll'with;' the mark. ; so they could DOt'get out: In the chair .. have occurred. on account of the 'Clay : ,, < ..IT.no'Columbia *66JOJ.00,, \ '

Senator 'Culberson suld that .iie -Atn't .they tall 'tlchtf"' : car also many passengerswere) held appamt disregard ..of: the block w, ..>',. 1.8S71. .'' For'constitutional,,: ) 'state onei'

h' :would! have kept quiet but for the A few 'moments later' there wan a down by Ute '.Rat.. The train C'Gusht' signals, or .thCl failure .of the system 'Dade jm 4 :18.34:1: : School,,tax., $lGOf, 8.00.) _. ' !

t r tact;.(that great Injustice .had been'doflethan0eoeot !, terrifle ellplo lqn' wutch shook the big fire' from the gas tanks. Then came to accomplish Its purpOMel: '"'t 'nesoto.r' t' ",,8Iot9' I .For,pensions,:| HJII, tu; $1

': .' Brownsville'. building and 'completely wrecked the the crles! for help among the Mexicans" The following witnesses bare been Duval.' \. ,. ". a08 For:$taw .board X;: : health.,, 4.

Mr. Culberson' sail the conduct of interior of the bank. Caahlor HcLear -ln Ihe' smoking ;car,, and the summoned and were present: JEscambla'' v ,, '* 3,908 Ian '.$7LOO tM.. ;.Total ,state '

,the negro' soldiers'' : bad beew'-'''r) ...Irritating .. was'' In''his, office when Steele threw eoPI&lnloned'fast In the chair .car. Charles! Selden. superintendent of Oadsden/f .2,4(0' (estinqxu d),: .1.8e8lI.OO.

5 to the Brownsville vcopie the bomb and was Instantly killed Every man-and woman on the 'train' telegraph; .John O. Wilson assistant HAmUton ; .<,2.S4J *
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,and especially tothe. women,; He With ,.the -excaptloa, of i his' right are tried to. rescue the,< ontortun[tea.- but ,general'attorney;' C. S. Potter:: third Hernando F, '. 4.'1.188H11I.boro' .tnonnc.mo(II' D madeby U .

1 related, that :.on.; August: 4, ;last,4 the and' shoulder trht !"!Val hot wanJled the flames soon' became too hot to per-, vice president J/ E.. Dent train dispatcher , 10' 1.1M BBhehpard: of'Pensaooia; 'tblitbet 1

day before the. ihtuUiicusrt' of the Tbe ,roo.!.?!seriously Injured Is "AV11Jlam mh? of i approaching the car The Injured .; J. W.i Kelly, Jr. trainmaster Holmes . ;. ;1.17 aVtadloatel for: V..at

town a criminal assault had .been ', Crumpi, the .colored messenger, we're removed from the chaircars.'with'less' ; ,H. S. Padeord. trainman;. F P. ..Jackson "-. ," t A : Jli, ,,. tb"iPNltl D'::6f l i>Vait...d .....>
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1 committed by one of the. aoldl.....,011 who 4nadeMav. ) ti eroiig attempt i to' seize < difficulty\ and apparently Patenall \signal engineer and Thos. .Jefferson.. .. t,, 4425 '" attorney.sMisterm; ,:ot, .oAMeariyn

the wife ot a ''reputable citizen-,- and the::9lJjeet] which Steele was about to all were rescued alive foon, Fitzgerald, general manager all 'of the Lafayette -,; 1"'U xt'month; and'theresideraWeInterest '
aid that'na'arreti'in'a>> ..l"beenJ made 'drop from his"raised hand but:he was these fears i ; 'D..& 0.; J. 8. Hitchcock;a locomotive Laket. .. ,- u.ilSt .", \ / :whothpr.'owould '

;t for the crime. Mr. Culberaon defended an !Instant too late. The messenger Ubadljr In an hour and a" half from the engineer Washington,'!dnd Ell C. F!'
i Captain, McDonald ,ot the Texas-JUu- tom' and If be survives his ter., time ::of;; 'the' wreck 'the first reflet raster, ,of 'Denver.... **_* !-a= **. ;. ; Leon.' ., '_,, .- 1.441J \Is,, ftnalty, set at,
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gen; to whom, Mr. FOrsker had 're* ,able; Injuries be. probnbly 'will, be train from McFarland. I<&n.., ';with { ._ ...1 t ''Lovyt: ... +. .12.1118 announeomaatj.Be has geld

i" erred because or Major ,Blocksom's' blind surgeons J and helpers bOtf..J ; "SEABQAR'O-- eta SHORT. LINE. (Liberty* ; .' #,> a.a5J for the past'.twelve. years, ssrV
r \ reeracoe'to'htm'! aix a man '"who' was The Fourth Street National bank Is acen., -Anotber relief tr.ID ;.trom To > --- aw. Madison . i 820Manatee m'D) years "as". 'oolleetor of culLatl'4palaobieok

,.' ".o brave that lie1' would net hesitate. the,largest financial l institution In the 'fpeka ;;and two wrecking tfslns soon Macon,' Dublin.and savannah Railway. ,, ;, 8.977 before be...'

:r to "char-- !e::-hell" -.>.*..,/'a bucket:.1r / of was city, and occupies the greater portionof arrived, end all of tW.lead' and ,ln-l Purchased Outright.. Marion ,, ;,, ../:s.uts as dlstriot. atternoy and DID

kBe( r'f "floor 'of the Snllltt. build.: -jured that had boxffi taken from the At.a,jtieetlng' .of directors: 'and stockholders Monroe v' ., y. 8,722' ,. : penracote.:' '' ,..:

knew: : : lag, on Fourth street, hot e ,* Cheat. ,wrack: were removed to Topeka, where of the'Macon!' 0ublln !.nd' Savannah < to;] -'Nassau ", .f' y .- 6,178 te ----;' *

4 i ) : judl'iyelnut; ] ,;' pstrjreta.; In. 'the heartof the''InjupetfTweM.: placed la 'hospltalc railway,,In Mafcoh, as.., Thursday Orange ., .' .:8.460Osoeolm \ ''TIlt ....' easMrention' of tbt 1to

'In defending' president Roosevelt the flrfanclal district The explosion The 'foremost tourist sleeping .carrot. morning .tho Seaboard, Air Line .;; ;,. t4.WO. dirtasrltlMOtl ;ht meet .in "Ui t

tor his dismissal. :of the troops Mr.. vial terrific and It caused tremendous the/lOuthboul1c1''' train, nlso burned bat acquired, the former road. NeeoUa'luul !K "PBMO._ 'a- :_u. "_. .l8z'_.n_ ', .a.J,, nuuy .jNrlUi the Flrsi
Culberaon., said. the ,fact ,that the -serious '' Pol 1 ebereb;, 84 tko city Is
'excitement In.tlle"crowded. the occupants escaped In- duns! been pending for several ; J.I'.20.078' ?.... "rPutpanl' 'J .
r troops wen negroes had nothing tq. building>> .!! and 'the street. ; inn weeks.'TheSeaboard wet 'represented .;, ,11.2" es/it'Wn aqo \.dMogatss, ant
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'. .do wltA.thtlftrdlschirge., Confusion; at T&as explosion occurred_a few n.' John tines,<-19.yearsold.;: .telegraph In .tb*'.meeting by. '.Pros. Alfred Wailet1. 6t Johns"'''.... -18,000 .It. to '.....t 'that. this /w ,q

,.fto the..,)t*at. .questions<< : Involved was; ntes before 12 o'clock, at ft"tlm r hen .operator- :yolland, wfcra. lej the ,. Vice President Garett' and Oeiv 3t. J., cI'. t ; *. ,.,.HI M*' largest !sneeting in thetitnaattea.

t..'... /be/ aald,I Responsible for. the statement. ';the bank _Is usualy:' wett flllea with southbound train get by his'station,. era! Counsel Watti.. 'There .were 'present '.' Santa; ',Ro a-, v. 7,810 ever la the
that the prMiMent'had fco'authority to' v ; where It''was -p5S the northbound "General 988'Faldal '' .history feat: Lw CNok wtl.
persons In a hurry'to'transact bunt- to also! : M.llager.T.. .;: 1C S'xa'gr't ri "!' .
;.make the dl.charr : The president's ness before', the, bank cltyeat, No train wae'arre.tedeand;' cave: the following .. ,oott -f -the' 0eorgbi'1'allroad sod ,. 1"F'rr'.a; '. ;'
one .., ,81 M Ir
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Ct.\,:\,' legislative authority and the authorcity /saw, Bteele enter the 'lJU1ot, except EJ ,, statement before being taken, the ,Macon. Dublin and Bva..si.This < .y"f'. r.1.r.. .?!.1 f1Valhon" .. M
' given him by the articles otwar> :T. Shanbacber the N 'e? presldentwho' to, Jail. .'- ,'., ;f ', will give ,A,Itae frosn 'itBoSm.M: II',! ''.\ t.. ..' IfJt:, .,. 1' .'.."",... '

learly covered iris case; a&d; made' was passing out of/the building .on "I,, had' been ,:awake .all night, 'and "" the'.ea at_Savannah.The Macon:Dub ;. :. ':=: ..J" .., ... it'. '..;...,
Ills actlou legal be'1 I' declared. Ilecontended' .;;; ''' {., '! .
his, way to 11\1ch a. was; sober.' At 'about 4 or o'clock tIn and'Savannah''connects at'Vldalla ; : :}' : .
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that, discharges for trim,-' I the dispatcher four \ *. '//1' '-:-' --- .
..J... gave me orders with the eeaboardAlrUue. J" ;:Washington''x'd.,1iO'The > ; . +,
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'nal ottenses.are covered; la jtheartlles BICKERING 'PXR' SUBTRCA3URY. 'for:the southbound' train to meet two The Seaboardalready; has ,a line Into western'-northern/portloosj',,;...QhAr oblratW ,y-.. held py .
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of wee a. ..1'1".1.9'., charges. J-.. .. '.III.'at'' Volland Instead of at 'Alta :Atlanta and' there=are. now surveyors( of the state, are' adapted to generalj j biter's .jrtry-.'. \Orlanon\! the

'made to effect pur.lntment. Southern ClUe .t.Diggers', Points -Vista .a, previously .arranged. The .between Macon and Atlanta lining 'out farming; live'!stock'=,and small' fruits :of .kllllog ';>aUs1e, {tr: her.Whoelkt .. _
InrFI0htf
To es-abllxh the. m tire actuating for Location. southbound train beaded. Into a switch a new road. just botweeor' the .track* ,more hardythancltnrsrarietiesjtbe: J ,,;'I aO nnanUtittg'way. *Mtr

s, the necro soldiers la creating the al -. end let'one train pass,. backed: ,,out o( of the .Southern and the Central" of Central portion /suited* to. Cnenl''I.nuille. .' It.;.rss announced that

.leged.disturbance...JIr'CuIboroa readresolutions //A .atrong.d ler ilou from,Alabama the switch and headed.down'the' pain .Georgia '. trucking. 'w ere' 'transpor tai, bad;'Md< "a.natural death and
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'recently adopted -b> negro4lttzens I.' In Washington f I)' secure the loca track. without!.:'waiting for.the other It.}a timondthat, there" Isalro '. tlon ':.facilities .permit'cltnui: fruits I I burled, Nefigabon.reported

i of Bo tonThlch\ 'dmltted'that Hon ''Of1, the/.uhtreuulT In train. I thought'; It*was going to stopto trackage, combination between the, and live: stock: ;;.}.be .southern, portion l.cJrcunistanoes,' : : and 'liebod1'/ ,

the soldiers. : "shot' up" the .town and'sald'tbeyr"wereidetermined bam,' The/ CIlega.tlon,"headed Binning'':by ex- take water as trains have, been Seaboard the Atlantic, Coas*'. Line and trucking. ,. Muhject< 'to the-'same"llml-'' hunted-,,"ow&ac:1a: >gunshot

,\ \ tordo'for Governor .joBepu. 'JbUnatoncon: doing, but Instead It.went by .at,about the Georgia railroad. '' 'tattoos. as to transportation. citrus aid the side. of the bodjAAfUrri e

themselves wbat"the'uniform of thlr' sists of-Charles ?J.T.. 10 mlles ,,hour." The Seaboard-Air ikteeegalred'theMacon other seml-tropteal,, fruits and livestock j i llonlne Dohl.... .. admitted .
Allison, O. W.
)! country would not do-protect them'frffm' Five minutes before the trains 'crash Dade .County,. 'rdof Wboelke au..... thatwbo'
Dublin and
.Pra.tt. Vf and Savannah by., actual ,, the Islands ; ;
'' .,,Parrett and Colonel E. E. '
: Insults and T)n1slj at'thdYaeme, Resell, They held'an Informal ed together '''the operators for hundreda purchase: The "price off r the road being generally, adapted' ,to. truck. ,'. had-been;:, drinking;;.wa. af'

I?. time the authota'of'their ml.. ry." with Congressman: -caucus Ala. >: of"mll .', along,the,' line :nf' the ,and Conditions' the sale,.wer. not > farming ''end .fruits., '. ,j time.'violently, .chastising..his.
Dlnclslmlng, any 'rllirtlU1Irt"for the'pn.ld ankJaoadJ.of, 'J If. ...... ..
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Rock' .
bama'at a.'dllll\er'.t Island 'system knew that the made. ''jmbUc; _; -... .. -; .
the Jew Wllla < '
. t, Mr. fulb rson created;a { colllsloh was,, certain '''as Lynes bad : A .de bof 'more .than .usual'/Interest WUlle' ;
1 calveot rdx gunday .night., .. ) ., t l L') t' fneretnrd"epstwW
f ; jacrtnrCnt'byAsayingj' :1: bate ..tjba' wired fromVolland that .11, had let 'A, DOUBTFUL PROCEEDING;. r 'w,.. closed.In-Jacksonville a few days .breaker! ; .
Birmingham, I ,
this nothing( I tnatfer.H;darjwlftf I core I nothing:_,fie 'president about l litax;irf. }/ ; and It. Gleorglar It ;ins. or' fight,pay' other to a 1: No. 29,'pass, but there was no earthly '"'" .: ..:.......:*MH* ' 'ago at' :..the, annual' mooting of. th aau menta of'Iumberl'.aooor4tng; : | tAi '

gate, 'remains out'of the Caucu. means of preyentlng .the'"dl.aster.< Savannah'Cotton: ; Do .Not B.Ilave. >stockholders of. th" Jacksonville N ords of the JackpavBN'cusfm .
'i fl,,., My 'personal: ,.relations' with him are' Ihe, southeAeter state delc of, . llyneas| wired; [ \ yo. ..Charges of'rraud., val' Stores company 811It.w"; : '4"=| tiers"was'.a decidW.)tailing ...
about as corldal. 'at1 thooe'of jtlonsthose11 I ' '
.1 .the. sen. +? 29 'has'gone; Dd11;; have gone ''Tbe'mefl\ben buMnees.to.ths'ninsula Po- business, with foreign ports
/ taking' part will' seek to have ot the .Ravannah. Oa, sided _to sell' ,be : .
ator''In all from fairness Oblo."i, Mr.{jar.Culterton Toraker.' (lIaid"), the decision of the caucus approved also." -',.. ,, -h...M cotton J er.cbango do'.notbelieve', that Naval'"atores 'eompiifTampa ; 'jpf" numbed\ of"tieueh': end the

by"'yecr Ury Shaw, : |% 1larrr;Jordan Congressman L. K; ;; the latter company assuming 'Imports- although;there,was
the"country
WcUt to know"that. ttte ry If the "'secretarydoes"- not approve '.:SCRAP 'HEAP?,OR BODIES.Qruesomsr I'Livingston:? :will, be' .ahle;'lo, anbstsnt"ate" ::' all the liabilities and taking over' the '> port > '
"-' vn: adet to\thq 'proaldrt."was the- selection' or 'the- ----.. the,, charges of ,'ra vtJ' asralnBt ,the assets of the Jacksonville'company.! '>trofnJack.ooetplt, ,;'
habsl4l: ;:, caucus so held ,,
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,PUrl r'It: Is t Ilatirnated'data'( \. Congressman :ftsnfjndsrs": of ,flall .Horror I.New"York cotton. exchange... ; Both of thes companies: have Hen la1 -' .
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'ootlo, Near Washington.In ;:- buthave q'Notice'''Is that
Bankhead will Defeat the. snbtreasury I > business only short time. ; given ; appltfor

EDITOR ,HEARST 1WIARS"4ym, f rStye a 1 bill;;before the committee 'on ''ways 'J'IldeaVo'to; Identify-the mangled i :"f i made' wonderful 'progress.1 Tb.capital be'Cade''to"litia'ioreyncr: : ete .,
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bodies of the' victims ,of the t, ,
lettm''pa -to' the'
land ;stock of the Peninsula Naval ,13Wrewrnpaar
means of which 1 ':'WANTS .
lie Is PUBLIC !
: a member. : TO.DECID.I,,
tlo'WQI' k'ig.;; n.: t. f of:"if"Geora-M/ *emaini 'nnt. "af.h r', .IBA.bell |. Terra ,Cotta wreck ,a gruesome discovery ". . -, ; hoc';recently -been'Increased. Manufacturing'' .Company;" 'wttkcfflc
I '', --- \ -- -- was made at, the Washington to $1,000,000. and It wll1 'contlnu. to ,,<< ., In. emford ,oIQ'l> ;;, 'rile -
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> Llquor'fDs'aers ;:
t'Offltbut tie Atlanta
she
y: >. tdat.tor\ ; .Polltloal\ : a oom ve} ,, has .a rlcht;; to do "Wednesday.What; ''was : | Favora, Prohlbltlon .
the cllmaxk-bill namitg'Btrmtngham morgue supposed j have ottces .In.both Vampi and Jack stock the'company. ) laa60.060. ,
liam",1i .Ala. EHctlon
WI : Hearst/elte'ratf I or ''to be the' mangled body:i of amen ,led Inlo ...
shares;of .
] loO
claims' tbatjhofua,],!a a C.. 'could no ,doubt ''be i The nctail',Uquor Dealers Association.of souvllle... '; ; >.} .
day to a committee of th'ar proved to be the composite iuro} the t111rgood'
be re . of bu.iaeae'wWbe:
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Jf"7J-efeated .. ,
; ,tl e. nnancecommltteto Atlanta pas'declared In favorof '
"' i ie1C8 'Lea.f {fla- New' Y .mains'of several of. .the unfortunatevictims. .f. with other'' facture and sale ot 'TThe'cigar .,
,''" ....-"... Want Cltf ''the'eenateZ\ o* .which' Renato BaItChrlstmaspn -'':. holding prohibition: : .elaelen t A,. ': Gainesville.: along ,Join, '
r, ,.wU1n01fefbe.n.candid, : { D' .la..member, _. I IInlf . This'action''7 was Ukea'af meeting things.. In the' pathway. or prosperity,4Is ,, 'If". .-
",; again. ')(r., Hearst .al, right Lb The fight has reached iutugly The' heap' contained a apiece of ,ababy's ; 'held Wednesdaywhen; "resolutions. to have a hew bank. The ,...pld com.merclal ;out.
"" .- vr the aggrl.v the widespread aglUtloa .t'le'j skull a man's foot,,b.dITCrulh- ,to that effect .were 'adopted. < and {manufacurlng development >: ,,yer.r'1906 reach,' \W''
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k : 1tmiultt.-Will. '.not A mel earth Vs'r our' eTtf6ll. .becom ilmost' bitter ,ed encased Ins* ; shoe! ; the band It. Is ''franVV 'recited .Ja tao. resolttlon ' of'the city and nation, baa sugi,, gregate of TO, It+Mv. Tbta Is

4 I (or/any 0tr\.eit.\ ., but:, I 'Ik col.: and..what.,; I. ,. .., J . ,lnIntensity. ota: ,woman and a '[portion ,of a hu- that the'retail dealers do not desire ;,gelled .toa, :-' trio of proneul.e.'bl151.; .' crease'of-over,8090,000' inr .

p. ,terpated'1a"e'er( : :"aadaurnal.; 011..."t the* cbnhMtants'are'prepar-. msn'tace;,also,fingers, toes and other prohibition but wish the mattsr.to ness" men the 'profit ''which might be'\r ,,lhe..bll'meau'J.:' ....,.

than ever In the'ter.eedsr 1,>7o0.cre'OOdperadmit that they. will F1.ld.. but part: ot women' and, c dren'a.. bodies be settled, definitelyb>" the pub ;:derived from such; a venture;'. and asa > Jthis'r'emarkable'shoeing, fatty
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s&$1 .
s.of: tl* : and those of men, auground Intothe' "
.', prlncipl the I'bifer'flanking companyVtU Tampato the distlnotlon
$Ialm to'have. to lic:. .. : resnlt'. ,
',. >> pe."." 1., w L. ".._ enough yote'J black coal ,dust, and with pieces : begin !bperatTons>> ;'with: ''a. "good,, largest j cigar manuOetwring'j

;" 1 ., / ii',..({'TuesdayKlsslm ting; rel. Ths steams mornlnl. ..' ane.d.j ,,' of.garments. -' .'ml*'d.' la'' the r''mass. iLOOd M 'AT FIFTY CENTS' PER COPY. '' .ahitfatiUa]' capttaj,: ( tho 'world.. ;' IIJ! 'I r ',:,y ,


., ,t. e board.z.e.mel'.ho Ltllte cell 'CRIA" .' 5000EEDS. , C.,.S ATT' 1 IN'.CENTRAL>ARKANAS.' ) ''The President's--.0.', Panama a f4ss ags, ,!|II. Arrangements,are"be)nc' "perfected- t; A,'meeting: dt;' ,..,;;ba

: tbs lUnr aDd' :ip, i for : the annual .Dado ,
I I r lustratsd. Can Be Had. the holding, fOrI4a'U, ba>sM.I*_Qoala
,. ,.leRtcetniri.rtda.d, ,' John Fort rail.No,era, .lid'" of Pennsylvania," ,'Lln.a. 'Wetby 'Wotlt'.p'ea\ : e Known, In .20 Years Tu'theet"a'great''pubilc; demand county:ialr at;Miami.' It its', probabK e 'atwhich'r.yr'dty, ud

.... -t.; Cot onnlgbt.. from 'Amon of ltttburg. I. :and Great .'t> ulta. ;for' that it will bebetol.nott.r'tl'Gll: the. ,
\ E.N.'Fell.-- I . ; amsg ;FFI"* the ,vcent metssge'",tho presi '' the;jstate ,should"have.:J'e'It
t '1 i< The Lonlslanapd Ibjj .-';?b. Master1'' 'NelsonDodjrerof :.ID'tt'JIJ! .In PhiladelphiaWedto The'floods, 'through, 'central;.Arkansasar .. dent.'to'onfrreis; nitrratiog the :'event* rold
t.;: ", jwaj; Cotton, J1a.e'inndalconventieoshould! ;1" I VeWYl' :James'' McCrea, ,of':Flttsburg, !, ._ \the'' Worst known ;In, tweuty, 'of'hl;. trln to the lsibmbs'of Panama. .tboee. '::,fairs;'have,;beenannually '"." : 1,,,forth.pnrposaYoflee"irrg.alutfea, ..
./ ** .bebear held' and each: tIt eM' Lal\.t.tIe
: le'"ellwho'o.m.s .la -taU.t.Jll .gorerument'prtnttng ,,; ,:yar > ;
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r ;''t hv4Id..b f it.d t and o DresldenUOftCadmanr.rPMeat : : feDa'TIY&" :7earr.;/IIttie.13oeli, i ;"and''rHot:..Springsara nee : has been a'greet' Isaproveweat) ,bottv)n '.ttaeeit; : l neetJDIf..wap? .heM. qi.
." '__ ......... :.,. ,.' ..of. PlUsbnrf/was aleclenti : t/ r ,bUIre-arel: as: edltlon wttb'.v.en' ( : ;
t 7 ._...-:- -_- .....yti. f3Neet ;., nf'tne.' .praoUcalty taolate4Y sppeediceeandM. .bentysix 'tul1.pain 'the qu.ngty"and'qualtysad <5_ the fruits i 1U.rea', :.at,"which tbv
: r.eoaoa.,1aa., .. tit ,IL'NjB *Baml1&oiaJi.. n:: PenasylraMacompany r:']M.ny"fsMMWhr la,.the'vlctolty of Lit. voskaUs ehibIW.1''...*.,'hf:.vv sls.' were'takan-; ostied
: .. I ,.UlniitnUcnf/WlilciLwUt be:;inid
\ directors of the '
by, ; > ,
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attf'\ :tarF'1edle.tbq; tkat .M dMin of .-, oncersf. e
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19 ,: : tics;;; to tbe'l.be the'pabllcjbyn: '
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'y, _t_ l tl. 11'ii ; '': otables .tbls year.wUrsmr.Mfi' tkM oftor'atter'yewr. f. kawlsrof Ocala U p
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..Office'' ,Va11ey'. O&qti. :.uilding.xiea 1"j .' .A, -- -- ,..' Drag Co.' To My Friends and

:":. ritaosaiora: QUNgn.Tt.A. Whew: You Con Get '? : .' : y1 rr +
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tyiflT HARAif319dltor"aid I 'WMAT._WE ::00, FOR YOU.
Prop'r.e :
QUICK RELIEF. _
hmra.l.r- .... eoty u... $1 thq .. ," ,
\ ''faII..pt...._r.sul.Ay.1 I We carry the largest 'and ,

''J<: ...... trove, ...u-.: most varied stock 'of our line K
A' smut our of
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........paper,wW not be ......... wlwK1lN Ask your friends' and neighbors about the wonderful cures being .
l ..,.......... Affected by the remedies offered 'we carry none but the to my friends and customers ' ,v*

.. XfMIon.- FILo..1 freshest and :of'
Pstdllte
$ purest drugs
1.! ..era__. BY DR. L. "V..B'ELL! at all timeswYourpreacrlptions my' sincere thanks for t
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BuBecamro.. .. .. ." ......... filled has ;
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and, fifc to' the Kissimmee. Drug Oompany'and procure borne by a Pharmacy .
A, '. J' '' SFr'! !apJ!nuary111,1U07! ; 1 of the celebrated. besides five years'actual' ex4 ,been given. me, in! ': .the past, and'of J '. -
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:; \ d perience. I IDoesn't
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REMEDIES
FLORIDA
HERBAL this mean something ,
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: ;NEW BOARDS MEET ? ---- '
the in the future. ,
same
.. No matter'what'your' complaint..you' ,will be benefitted. .. We.carry sufficient!\ help to S : ,

AND ORGANIZE. 1, by these Greatest Discoveries of the Age: deliver your packages within Homing you have all had a ., ,


_ i"" l FOR. SALE BY' KISSIMMEE DRUG, "CO. a few.moments This is after'not the purchase idle- j< Merry Christmas and, wishingyou

.<.PQ"Tuesday last the New Board of boasting but we want your 1
t l"Ml 1OUDtY Commissioners held their first business and a'happy and prosperous ';
p'1.' Meeting at the Court House and took 'we know, we j .

"! ;'"up the. reigns of county, government To: Preserve the Indian Language.Prof. can please. < New Year, I ani. "
PrV 'Tbe Board this year, wllob,one eaoep.k' Dr., R. Goldstein 4
r'lion, that of Commissioner W.iker.1. H. A. Scomp, who delighted .
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1\composed of new as follows: our brethren with his. Interesting t.lllE] Yours to please '.
'r /Walter Bass, 8r.:, District No.1; at the Masonic banquet, Is one 01be Kissimmee .
'Jno. R. Dronsou. District No. 2; leading educators and linguists our Drug Co. .
J.: 8.. Stratton, District. No. 3; .W. country ,"' Until Saturday.Evening" '
;R. Godwin; District No.t; ,J. II. Prof. Bcomp's visit here was due to KISSIMMEE.. rIJo.r ..
\"Walker, District No. 6. All members the fact that recently a philanthropist STANFORD:
f 'were present at this meeting and the bad proposed to furnish the flnancla January 12x; ***:,
r organisation of the Board was pert' booking for' the classification and .- .
footed by the election of Walter Bass, ystemiilog of the Floridelndlanlanguate .. The Originator of Low Prices in Kissimmee.
>8r;, as chairman who In a. neat little into in dlotlonar
grammar ; Don't Fail to Have
: Your Eyes Attended
speech &..ba.nketLbe other members for form In order.to preserve this braocl -
'\ "'"":",.tba honor and stated that be wouUJ. of a native American/language to bifctory To.

_ use his utmost endeavors. to make and philology.Prof. .
L; ? them a good, chairman. ., Scomp came to Kissimmee for
',,1 On the same day the New SchoolBoard the purpose of making plans and arranging : ( .
,'composed of W.,d Bass, W. : details wlt.b.J. M. WlllsonJr. .
; ,W. Chandler and E.\ E. Brown net, ;, whose vocabulary as printed in : WE HAVE: JUST RECEIVED A SOllD- CAR LOAD OF,
_:,4. ;'In' the Superintendent's office, and Mr.-Wlllson's book"The Seminoles a ,
': ''<'organised by electing W; 'C.,. Bata, II of Florida.'.' first suggested toob.. .
_ 4 Chairman. Professor the putting of the languageInto
I- ;This Board is composed entirety of lasting form. '," -' '

..; new,' men, all of whom have the welfare Prof Scomp1' desires to 'loin ''Mr: ,1 _,r ....
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of the oollnL,'. educational faoUI. *
and Mrs. In'completing this
.. at heart, and start in with the work, and It Is understood the work Consultation i and 'examination free. )54JWE WINCHESTER[

i, 'determination to at least, keep ,the If undertaken will lead to' a second Those who hare not called on him i
public up to aStalnedn' standard and enlarged-edition- of the "Semi
S. which hey bave If' nut noles of, Florida. Should a vail themselves of this opportunity
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improved - -
them.I1OTEI aY to have their eyes properly AIM
'It does advertise,
f not to say
"* m PMMMwiHH wH H M HwBB Hi Mli w Hl BBwHHBwB HHBBwwBft
some merchants who havedone but fitted with a pair of glasses.Errors .
MEETING little of It, and that without keeping it not merely to satisfy but
*' f j,* i up. The incident of the, boy and the of refractions of the eyes are ,

j; : "fL D AT BANK The pump boy Illustrate was sent the after matter a pail very of*well wa dally assuming more Importance: and to delight you with the Loaded Shells and ,,

J> ter. He poured In thspriming and are engaging more than ever the at*. .. ... '

organisation In pumped outs .. much a. be poured in. tension of the optician. Even the quality of our groceries. -
1, f,,rTbe'commlttMon Then be stopped to rest and the primIng' .. 1
'the'' matter forming ''be Klsslmtpee'Hotel / ran down. After some time of public Is becoming 'Interested after Cartridges .

':4 and 1mpre'nentcompany the State Bank..-Wsdswsday held- alternate pumping and resting he con discovering bow much science Is We can give you the .
m meeting at ,
eluded that 11did not pay to pumppit ituo .
there being present In disgust. The merchant who ibV improve the. visual, power"and abl.1 BEST OF EVERYTHINGIn :
urmo I led are prepared to nil order
H. W. .Chairman; W. L. doea not believe In advertising does it thi'defectlve at prices that will be to your advantage to Investigate
C.,A. Carson, eye Lo'eoJ. .the beautiesof before ordering elsewhere. We
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Yen Du&ol' Secretary; can serve you better than Tampa ,
Ilk* the boy did the pumping. He advertised
*K. I. Lesley and N. B. Carson. a few weeks, then-stopped awhile nature In the same degree ss' the the, line of High Grade :or Jackson,it le. State your needs and we will give you the Good . .
'. Upon examination of the differentMbserlptton smdy for Immediate future delivery. Try us'andsee' for yonrielves. i.: ;
lists It was found that and allowed people!! to forget perfect eye.' Tiubi4 Luxuries and 'ProvlsloDs"'o' T'' <<)
him and his business before be -
adver* '
_ 16.760 oC the capital stock ,had :been Used again and then concluded advertising 'It Is ''a fact now 'generally known YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU MISS.BY NOT ASKING FOR IT ,,

'subscribed, and there were Quite' a didn't pay, ._ ,." and conceded1 by'"all ,all kinds' at .
I_....t..f _ale who had''not yet i oculists aud ed t
1,:': buen'approached j) f on the IUbj ot.. The uctdphysicians' this' certain '
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.} I ooomluee were, hlgbly. pleased with STOCK UP -* F.NNIS BROS. prices Ihat areLsure to'W., MAKINSON COMPANY .a
T,.' fc* ahowlng made, and decided to call where everything Is called 'e,. diseases, : .r well as .

r1 meeting at the council chamber for oneap, but the best-fresh 'and cl an. many,cases of chronic headache, neu command attentlo -
;'. _xt Tuesday ...alllil to further di.- We . KISSIMMEE PIXJRIDA' :'t
want to e.ENNIS
you '
ralgla and ,
additionubscrlptfons nervous prostration .
:t ..a the project ana receive are -m.... ,
Lal .; \ due to Irregularities of the refractive E.D.HOQA1NBiriniiigiiam ', ...'
"Attorney, P., Ai*',Vans Agnew has
.. the committee draw BROS. media. "- \ '
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s,.. to33 ol lueerpiaratlon fop, the .' ,, YOU ShOULD''WEAR' . SJXY BAKERY :

mmua <* will. published GKNEKAb MERCHANOI8B f ,' ._ GLASSES. . . _" ;
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,_. Me1, ,. I ..EVEKX'1'HINO__>MM>kL, . .''i.i It[ you are unable to read fine print, to : Aulanta :. : ,ftf.\ ",(!!""/.I "'15 1\\' '
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Absurdity ',.11'
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3\- .... :1, A WHSwCMU. Narcoossee, '- ,Florida any : for act length ; < "'" t' ., ....:':",' ".',!;7;:';,. 't'it'i.I' :' "., ., ,, ... , . "
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of time especially '" _.
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\ i'Tonlgh. "Sweet SUteen" with Its| by gas light., 1 : .. ';
merry mirth, producers, ,off singers, ". I1t.b" eyes'ache or water or I ..., !!;..., .
,4aooers and comedians will begin, .. any- resh 'Bread Cake and ''( ,
__1 j-their two nights -engagement. Osceola County thing<<. ..;.Im..". or becomes dim, or ,
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. The plot of Sweet Sliteen gives looktihaxy''and blurred when
; using Chattanooga '
"wtde eoops,to oau..me..lmeDt.t.brou..h.out. Abstract l then."a thort, time and1' have P10 Every Day. fa'
) .; intermingled! ,with singing CompanyS. you. to -aa,
'daoclug and specialties j ; affording the look bard to '
see plainly. _
theatre. goers a lolly evenings enter I Lon sYilIe ',' ,,.. .
.p.- 5 talument of two hours. H. BULLOCK..MANAGER.Oteal If you become sleepy \>r have a .
t\l ,Th. ridiculous situations ''which I'. \. tired feeling; in theeyes after . V*

'J./}ingress!" only>a be v.ald apprecteted iHanihalCartwrightican by, those who, Title estate examined. and reportedonTales : a shprt while, YOU need g&ises.Consult reading. Cincinnati FINE LINE ,

"' r Attend."' ..-. Tt for non-residents Dr. \
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examined
', :.The.Specialties are meritorious Instruments relating to real estate
.throughout, and are compelled to re? carefully drawnCorrespondence'' .'" I I free. Office hours. from 10 a, Chicago Candy Nuts Lunch '
... -spend times to the well (deserved m. to 3 p., m. Goods Etc. :;
L'eacon"in: all "Sweet Sixteen Solicited.
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't 'Truarsnteec' : eo'tend U 6i",'attendingwav , 'tRight

_ , In Ji happy wholesome state of JaDI Hotel Tohov'keIia.PtyONE
M-IJI" Southern
.S miad; and vowing themselves to come Railway 4-4-
_ I,\ t aDd see the company... time. and time. ---. --.---- +t+ +t,.++++ +i tti.+iS+4-++
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Seats can be secured ai kisslmmee CITY BARBERSHOP' BEST LINE h
Istl :Drug Co.; so play the Cafe bet 'and . Way'Stables. '

ecure. your.seats.in dT..oce. ,WILL_. 'UYTON.. B r->.r.. ==- REVIVO I 1'' -' r..

,: :" '' .'l4eltV ilhltiih+YtiiiVl'' RESTORES VITALITY "FLORIDA'' LIMITED" V

_ __ Now. OpenforButinessI . . FLOYD, S_ITH & 'co., Prop's. ;yti ".
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Southport.fBTDOKIS. '
Echoes:From I, ? in.Patric Old Stand. 'I... a LEAVES ..o\to MARTIN THOMAS. .

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t ,f 'NEW.CHAIR,. Well Han Jacksonville 7.45'p. m.s
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r}. Mrs.'E.'M.-SessJon9 i Is ,'visltlug' her G-R.III.A."r: SOLID TRAIN. ijNew; 'Horses. New : ggies New t
Carriages
daughter. II... R,. D.> Dr>atror.and" NEW' EVEUYTHlNO II -....... ;
:. ..familythis week., *,1,1.Satisfaction ppod. .alvreOlt..!. so Finest Dining Car Service. Very. ,
Miss Emma Bowmaiv. visited her..- '' oeg.. ud wZTaoilwr.faU sets,. Best Day jQoach.es.! Through t' NEW 'eVE YTHING I II '

.:V,,1";-ter.Messrs Saturday'T.>,andSandAy.L.:Drlggcrs..'and. J..M.. .-..- Guaranteed... old wing YO men UKV1VO.m..sa m.'reeover...*.It! quickly their their yoStt1 and.quietly'Igor cod;a.::.. 'Pullman Sleepers., ) m.

,. ,...TDavls have been here part of the .week 0. .iVO "AV. more Nervouinen. tMivil'.. aeaaal LOCAL' S .EiPER. TO ATLANTA, 7..
*a bunting. ,. weskee..agcb..Lo.sow.r.PWno. ,Memo",. | When want ,aFIrst-CIa3b;, a ,
Tnrnout
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DUfmm m Bad ffeou Mlftndr. -.bo.. For, rates you ,; call
.;, . Marvin Buggers has been 'sick for ardt / [ / "... end isdlsewUoe wake> .11\11 for or routes or reservations, I us, up. -
-the past few weeks- ', TM ; .t"1 ......1_orm' rrliurwr notMlw"CI1II'ee' call On or writeJAMES ; '

.:.:'tom, lira,;'Q., W.':Davis. and, Miss, Ever .by..surdai... ....,.the..!....3SbaS'-,I.brinrliwwkwk.M.great, FREEMAN. ; PHONE i t.

:y, 'J ggers went. to 1..lmmMrue da1'' A.Real". torlnv back'. tbb.,be pInk glow.r '" mUw; . >dr*. ..+tt., .+*+f t Tony. It
Estate ".rd off Disk *
Agency.: pr.oJll.. (.ewea. .pe Pas*. Agt.T Jacksonville, Fla .
?0' ', Mr. :; >&; M., Roberts 'has finished V T "ml. S0"1? '.1ll tipioFo I".. .
.rrled In ? ,
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""f'' q't'45 ...,.:... " - --------, MT.tree ad"per'...peekare.ad or.ix to. .11 few Who$5.ee, Wa. --., 1
I with .,.r..,_ OlrenlJ. Ir_ JSi -\
: Realty sold.j' .
l bought and 'YEARS'EXPERIENCE
-5; ;;; ,; ttelldthe'l Mass v Meeting. I Houses)rented., -,,:". MVM. COtCim CO. N.$... Bide. OkteSiiaTntFor. BO .. ', eAp

.,,: & !' ".',*.-}ma.'meeting: for .called at.. theCouncil Taxes paid and 'Titles ver< :..". '.ID.K1..lmmee.' Fl.., (jay.the .9- Ar..CARSON haWat,, .lORN. N.. UB. N. a.. CARSON. ;' I* .

4Sc1I.T"QuaI'1'.16tb"Chamber Is,,nejtt not Tuesday' j' Wed for non-residents. _. I I Kl.slmm e Drug Co.,. druggists: t.aooooo .t t ylp P..Id.rt. C.ior, .
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set of men, but is. for .Fire,. Life and Accident In' f,,1 n State Bank ofKissimmee Kis
!I1'i b.entire .citlxenshlp of the ..owo. surance.Indemnity.j; 1Uee.-- ,
'-: M41'!f very'.resident,should -feel it. btsMeeoisi .Bunds. t., > '
; duty to: :be/'there, and ,t.an'J t \ ,W.L.VanDHZor&Co. Tinos MAMa " , P1II1. "t', ,
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,t ". There 11 a'tidein ..the". affairs ot r-o--: ,. J CoPy_*," !a .AID \..cAPITAL.: ....."_ \.,,.,.:.;:: +. Boooooo" i 1
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notice. | oar optoio fres br e. LIAsILITYya. ',..,. JO'oO
:'*: -wpkeh, taken at Its floodr leads on 'to I B K E'RS' ta*_ rokahl< r \ 00
rj *oe.sr;:"or,.;fortune,'',; Klssimmee's 'AD ftrmtum...I..*chJnu........the wXate af RQ,. __ I Uoo.&Mttatlr:. : linn.. .-1 1 1 1 torNAUU or teasi lDBPOS 1tS_ _N-q.--;, .:". t.d. '." 1 _ciO iPrompt'
A....L Pwkw.- -.teM of UM Gowntr erf8ta ... '-' ) ; p f \ IR'E'A'L .. .. .r .
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irs seem to have reached> that tide, .J' t ,'""7 ice II' ,
o.-a.. <. of FVvtd will p..rt tb..pp.p.rtr : .......--..K.a'vS... , arc <<:are'.1 Att.. 1 '

"d theCi-oakwrs stand asldeoribe a.nd, Knockers...w.mped".lnpeDdiOfl' mustJMT ttr. wltJo"&he atf..s.i tlo.r to'" yr..wib.d&he wd.rrigo.d. Ii Yw AdmI......_tm.....,;" '' r: ;: ''fesj'ATEANID } i SdtltlfICJllMrk, I. 'trreted 'G, f1,""i 8xcberges RM4 oa 'KJY at,e" to put oheep..t'' 'h "

a.'aoobe'C: the .for !.tile.....ewes.......w.;..u..be.. .Hob tur..r ww b.rred.....a.d alt _..a.Admdll .t -" .iNSUFtANGE." A....-wy . rtea. j I.. ',1- '
d iaovemint-;which, ices*ukem ",a .... .. P. .M\e. 1, .-u-.t .' '- YOUItBl. sl also. clTleu,rya
ourJa41s 'capitalistsr -, & e1r.taq fill ...: .. .ri "a
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ROOKERS, ALL. KINDS;: BOOK CASES. SIDE; BOARDS 1 ,w

r t. ,CHINA CLOSETS.. J I CHAIRS' OAK SUITES, IRON, We, have a, complete: line of Dolls, 'boi; } carriages;; Roekln.r i, '

BEDS BED SPRINGS Horses' Drums,:Balls. Air Guns, Express'Wagons, BIO LINE 'Of". .

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Rugs and We have the'Most Complete Line of .
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Crockery sver brought..to a i ,
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FULL rMatting'. S'J '4 J. 1-. wM. ' 4 '
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,ATNew .... Piece. V._, 'Cup. 'and .Saucers., ,yam
1 Cake Plates, Berry and Water Sets, Salad .
LINE ; York r Dishes, Etc! They'are beau ...
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tae Klssimmse Valley Gazette Nobby Hoe of neckwear, at Dann. ''White' Star LaundrvCITY' BAKERY I New shapes: back.combs!, at Katt. cock's I have old moved stand my and shop will to Jack handle Han a CntaUiwBent M6a. ay,'' N.;

TKLKPHONST- NO.11. New Ho* of mouldings. at Fountain' Pall goods-Our line just, KaU's.arriving, 1 W' have direct carload'Maine from Houlton Seed, Maine.Potatoes full line of carpenters supplies, '''The following is'the proffren'of' theentertainment
;. mouldings, casioc; etc., which I can be ....
to given M
Largedesk blotter for sale;at this Can supply. some good rarities supply at factory prices. All work in house opera.' ,.,
office. Strayed 'or"Stolen.-One bay yearling WATERS: A CARSON Co. Monday; January,; 14'by the- .
,'y .PUBLISHED EVERY KKIDAY, ;j. colt. Reward if returned:to, W' .0119. my liae done to order. ladles of.the Episcopal church (t. 1 j
'a - BT- Another! 10,6f'PeteI' L. Van Duzor. > C, B. FODNTAlN.At '
Pan .collars, 3. M. W lllsoo, Jr.'s Ore ID.uraDee.cenol.baa L .
n.! ?Ate! ,
W" NAiei11O. '
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,1 tie and purse at Kats's. Capt. French baa returned from -. recently been strengthenedby the culmination of a prettty little
Entertainment'for the benefit of the the? Orlando Hospital very much improved the additlonof Royal Exchange romance the plot for which was begun ' 1 Piaeof- Mnotlog"i ...a.(11.ty. ...J.

t Official "..nler J Report: Episcopal'church painting fund at the in health. Assurance of London' and The Queen. ..yer..lDOnth. ago Judge W. R. I .., .... ,. iff
Insurance New York Johnston '
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opera house Company Performed his residence .YIoI1. aee'A. ""'.''''. '.'''''.''.
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11 "Ya e. .TaiinaAiaas-Was* KB'M.. fail attend.OurValftock. Monday night. Dont Miss Carrie Smith left yesterday for both first-class old line companies.'Mr. .- last Tuesday evening the ceremony Q..a.' .I'
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Ti TIIv.'I'Syu..... J... Iett.yea. .ISUf.day . ," Daytona,In where she has accepted aposition Harry W, Thurman, left this which united la marriage Mr.' Anthony ,.V-a.......4..Mt.'I..... .................. ..." y, "',
millinery store.
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now arriving, your ; A Loll Of PltUburg. 'Pa., end Miss Z ) '
; lUinlaU. Inspection th tte&, Kate '.,, : ..rbod'lbodI4 attend'the'' hotelman morning for St. Petersburg "to look Clalra La Martin, of this place. Mr. .d. .....,..,.,............... ;:;....,.....1.. :$ l)1, c.

MI*: .- Mr. W: C. Parson who f has been meeting a. the council chamber Tampa after some Day dockageproperty and West Coast for Navigation the Loll was working as a machines, In. . V-a.. MIw.......mu.asrDs.w..........'"._..........".;1.."d.S .c....'Io'. '..'.'..J,' .,..".../; .;rI .
--- the City of Mexico .
and '
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Frld.' ......... ,. tt this spending section the left past several week in next Tuesday evening Jan. .6t.b.. Co., of which b* I* vice president with. the young J lady Rnaattwi ."n: .. ,_--." '-" .f:.;!,-,.F.:.....t;;.,,.....",' II(. 2
.at.rd.j.......... .,.. .. M New Tuesday might for The City Council! passed an >ordi- : He,, wll| return" tomorrow through,a matrimonial bureau and .1 .......,-.IIDIt-. .,. ,...,".,;N ,

'.. .*.'................,.... .as N 61MOD4. *York to goon from to which Ariiona.place .he .expect nanoe Tuesday night taxing. dogs, alllbLi"] w.Mr. as a result came onto this,place, arriving ...... ............................ ....;11'1111):; .. ) .
which will be found In. this Issue. here last .... -
TWM.,.....,..... .' Rob r Alderman a prominentcitizen Thursday, which 'w.. .. -\)
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Wad.Md.,....... H "'teR.rada..a. win New Musical Comedy,"Sweet No.' big doll at 'the of Dastnger a few.days the first time the couple bad ever,'seen ..' i .. i it
WT llxteen" will bold the boards at the OsoeOla Pharmacy. Look at: your in town this weekHe spent was here to each other 'The bride la a daughterof J'altlr., ;
opera house tonight and -tomorrow tickets and see If you have this number meet Prof. J. P. Hawtbornewho returned the late Robert La Martin\, who t 1"M; : ..( ..titled ,.,...:... ?, :n4r1Gar.etwwx I
% w. L. vn totoa;r.-u. Ight. Don't fall to see It. Reserved. U borne with him end will have served the Baslnger district for ser* ... doe..... .
i) the eral terms the Board of, : , iuIihe
eats at Klsslmmee Drug Co. on ,County -
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Mr. C-W. Ward returned Saturday charge of the Haslnger school the remainder Commissioners. Mr. and Mrs.' Doordt .:...\+ ."...... d.;'t Y'
Loll
Our rates for'Insertion of advertisements The Rev David D. Kidd. ill 'bol night from a flying business. trip to Of the term. will reside in Ktssimmee. for the, .NnJ.etiMw ....,..(...;f'o"'f'J. ,....... : I
among the reading matter on services In tbe,. Episcopal church' on Washington. ; Philadelphia" and New Launches.-Wood, steel or J this page Is ten cent per line each In- Sunday nest.- Morning Prayer sermon York. built to order; also 'Houseboats, or I. "----' .....,....--.., .. .
.,Iertlon.. and Holy Communion at 10:30. R. A. fl f.Whittier anything In the boat line. Also A 'Heasart ti.I. NIe .. ... '
Evening aad Judge rtow 0 -I' f
,Prayer! .sermon at 3:30.. was la town the early part of the week marine and stationery gasoline engine "t' ....-'......., .., ......._.,.;i...4.I.: .........,...Yy
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-J' Try the new barber' shop Every and reporte--.yer11.hIDi' In statute qua of the best make Installed at the lowest honor of Mesdemee James; tad 11ft,0DIIIr'
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thing new and up-to-date.' Sharp in his balllweck. prices. Don't buy-till you see me. Lane Paulk of Cairo. Ga... who reoentlv 7
razor, cleantowels first-class P. O. WHITE -P-. O. Box 234.: visited here, ,' Ptsa4_ .,7..s...
u THE: LOCAL FIELD. vice. ser Rev. Nuthn will breach in' '.th.Pre.biMrl.n Dr. Goldstein. the' oculist .has beenin delightful flsh relatives fry and ,pcnid"wasgtvso a moat 't t..... ...r.... t...("''....................
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by Mr. W. C. Bass out at Shingle
Go town this week' stopping at. the "
to the Klsslmmee. Drug Co. and morning and evening.. -A cordial I. .
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Tohopekallga and report. a very tast'Friday< \ .l'. I I
reserve your state for "Sweet Six vitation. is extended.to. '
teen." .Something'enttrely, new and good business here. Jle will leave Mr. Jack Keen carried- his seine Bic : : '_"'... .
Mr*. Murdook and children returned tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, for along and an abundance of One freshwater
novel and be be
Wade,the Tuner, Orlando.. tf 'Tonighi mutt; -sod seen to appreciated. home Saturday from Gotbe. where Lakeland>d parties desiring,) workin fish were secured which- were ..... ra tiN
' tomorrow night. they bad been'spending a'.w. weeks his line had better pee him at once. dressed .and fried for dinner. Beside 01......... ., ,I
1 : ., Dwellings. for rent apply. to M. f\\\ .- Mr. Harry W. Thurman N&UrDe4 wlta M>s,.Murdock'e parent, the ,eh a number of well Ailed. E . '
," *". : ' ., i last Saturday from.Oermantown Pa., Mr. and Mr*. E. 0.'' SewelJL. of baskets with eH fee delteaeiee. ., 1 the. := ",
bere be bad been on a short business Arrived yesterday nloe line of Peter Miami; who bad been visiting Fort reason were la ..1....., sad 'a a........ .. .
Mr. W. J. Warriop, of Lakeland : Ties A Plaid Belts r! ,
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Myera.andother spread.:
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trip. was bit point south stop'ped was
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accompanied by ; 0.-1 ,we.... ( .-,.'
S1 :-uln.town Wednesday, 'I niece Miss Bessie Fenton Who Is a Kau ;; over here last night\ on their way comprised the party ,were: eo..' a J_..... ._&_.1.::.. ,
}i / Rev. J. L: Moon made % business graduate of a business college .and Messrs. W; 'A.- McCool Jr.. and home and spent the morning looking Mr.. & L. andy and family.. Mr.. ute, after'which he wee mede to. near: "
JJ trip Pinec rrtle this week,- will act as -Mr..Thurman'a. stenographer . J. O. McGuire will leave .t. .after around town and seeing Mr. Seweil's/ W. C. Bass f.mU11..Nr. Jack a w I.oeroi' This only goes to 'prove "
r two., --- ,., "f and secretary: noon for a trip to Havana and other many old friend, all of whomwere Keen and family; Mr.. JL, Beamanand the value of, the .wonderful Flortde. / .'
j Room. ,1'1eaL-AlJpl, to Mr*. New barber shop at Patrick'J\ old points In Cuba. They expect 'to' be glad to greet- him .and hiss bonny family, Mr. L. H. Ingram and Herbal remedies Of which Dr.' Bell l.: ;;
.H> N, ,,Brat. ,onNorth Klsslmmee.; stand. Service b1 a '(bollOrl.1 artist gone ten days or two week., ,.bride.' family.- Mr J. Overstreet and family now' ; demonstrating'every! '' .day ':, n M'.a
Mrs. *.J... Paulkj' Mrs, Lane '
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Broadway
Mr W.; II. Lewis: a prominent,folk ooD..rlaDwith. all the latest fads-. in Mrs.. Mlsstourl Bronson ,.has"ac, The steamboat men report the water Paulk Mrs. ,J'., Z. Kobereon,. Miss night.f near the rom Klsslmmee e platform Drag,v on Store, where:, t

''county,cattle nan, was .here ,Tuesday cepted a position. traveliDg.raana-. in the canals and lakes 'so, low that Irene tngrsm.! Miss Jesna Gardner the wembdiea,are all for sale. ,,If,''yoer
: The-old KUsimmee, Hotel lot continues ger' for the California Perfume Company after this week ;they will 'probably Messrs. G. WB", ., PICk> Tlner,, Jm\. are deaf lame or broken down. ,ta iRT :"*
Attorney L.C3.. St.rbuck'of'Or.'' c of New York, and expects ,to have to tie their boats for, the -
l' a festering eyesore, right In the 'up i Bass} Starling, health, .rt will ; *Ike..
pay routoro.to,
laodo., transacted business here Tues heart of town, end deprecatory expressions leave D.ztweek to begin the work. present'and wall for a better stage of I KUsimmee Drug Co. and get .furtfcet-
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day UV concerning Its conditionare 1 The organisationcommittee; 'urge water. This is the earliest date low atwhlcll't.be 'Feiitt Cutlers at it Again ''I information aboutfthe, greatest dleooverlec -- > __
has been
The City Bakery '1. aiceD' for the heard from ell passers -by.. IP that every man Interested In the future water ever of the age, and there procure __
,A White Star Laundry the best- in the addition to the 'unstghtllness of the I welfare of our town be present at the enough to'lLop transportation before;, After a lapse of some month-'the some'of those healing'. remedies 'that.' f. -,- ___
a -C.-&"at.e. "' ;, . place the fence Is now" jailing down 1 mas meeting to be held at the council Col. Leroy Miller', wife .DcJ sisterof 'Fence cutters bare again taken up are curing, thousands>> of ;;others; o L "- _
.'i' t ) and obstructing the sidewalk.. ,: chamber next Tuesday evening-' Jan, Franklin Pa.. arrived here last their nefarious practice' and la the many disease that the human fleeh\ wis: ....
Miss Mable Tyson left last Sunday A full line of all the leading<< brand Saturday on their way Itunnrmede, past few weeks nave'destroyed, a conilderable heir to, and no doubt 'will, cure off.; .'
;t for Kathleen after spending a coups I l6tb.Bd"Keen will portion ..of the pasture of which .*.'"'
of whiskies wine and been at the has purchased through J.; where they spend tbe winter. Col.MUl.1' All are for sale. at the Rlssimmee -
- of weeks at home. fences olkhe SbakerColonv. Padgett A ::;. ..
brought his'gun and dogsalong Drug Co,;
White nose Saloon, I. U. Nettle A M. Wlltson Jr's. real estate
agency Beach and Time all la the Runnyuaede "
.1 ii'' IT. J/Z. Kobenon spent 'a'few days Co...Orlando. Fie. 'tf .. the Ivey cottage on Mabbett street. and will spend portion of his section.Bass While, there 1ierrfS .;"
will are
time shooting.:. They be joined 'Preigiro.a ;
this week transacting busines in Mr 'Ivey and ;''family' have moved Moowrtt ," flew
The friends of Mr. and Mr some well tonudea'suspiotons, we
many latter by Major Cbas. J., S. Miller and -
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A Tampa and Jackwnv l.., Thos. MfElvey will regret ta" learnof back to their orange grove on ShingleCreek. family, also. of Franklin Pa.. understand; there is no- pojltlve clew Office;builr tg 20 stories'high. ; :contalnlng -!: "
,iJ See 1 window display of Japan. the sadden 'death of their little It. .nin the as to the Idinltyof the culprits. It a thousand .ofloe..'"Many
. 1,.1'. hand drawn work at Danns. - daughter Katie which occurred at Mr. Frank-Van Agnew"went up to Every G.r State Is nondually will be hoped however" bf all law painted. with the L. A: ... "
t the their home In, Plant City,. Saturday, Orlando. Wednesday end purchasedsome invited to, attend lobe installs abiding citizen that the .suspicionswill Hotel covering a el",', block', -
. Get Klslmmee
.(.. .jt% your IOI.ooIII1 prll.U' - December 29.' The cause of her d..1wu \ turkeys from the poultry farm in tlon of the Grand Lodge of the Sons cryatalUe into evidence by the taming 1.4oO rooms( subway. travel. '.4s T '
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Drug Co. 'of tablets . of Herman' In Jacksonville on Januuary term of the Circuit Court and mile ., '
next
? a' a most peculiar one. She burnedher that city to be placed on Paradise Island an nnor. <
. dates,- penoils, pen eta finger with. a fire cracker then putIt his recently acquired property, 20th add 21st. A cordial welcome that the guilty, parties may be brought. I Ito ',This I. modern progres-, +% -.-.. 'i B. fl, ,
Smoke key West Havana,,,the best in her mouth which poisoned her for raising purpo....' awaits you and it will be one of juroe{ ,' L. A: M., Paint M :.modern 'prbgresepalnu. 'r1 ..
I u; 4c CI"lr.on thexaarkew Mrs. Will Bailey went down .to attend the ler..L.aDd' most Important functions I . . ," ; -v r.
from
" "I V Mr.1I. Fleming returned home ever given br the- Germans In '' Buy'i41 fresh from the barrel.-and ."
III.... Lies le and Adeline'' Donegan the funeral. ,*. ,. Athens, Ga., Tuesday night, where he the State. A real. old fashion time is Thunnaa: Buys Fell Blocks. add Utrf theL. A M. Paint, which 1.

sty visitingtheir friend lire. D. .'". My purchases I In dry goods, clothingand went to spend the' bolldly.. Be wale allured' aIL A deal was consummated, 'Wednes semi-mixed;' :".; ,. i > '.\.1. ::- ,
,1 Wagner In Sanford this week., notions for the fall exceed In accompanied home. by his,, brotherinlaw. 'The Ol't'-i&\lon! ; committee "of the day By which Mr. H. W. Thurman 4 gallons L.ok M;.mixed with, 3 pal-* rLL J. >,
i Another lot of "R U A" adet hosiery volume any ever made for, 'this trade. Dr. Callow with. who.! 'will'spend projected Hotel ant Improvement Co.' becomes the. possessor of'' the Fell Ion Linseed Oil st'OO oeot.*'a ff..Iton.j. '-'
]lust received at Danna. .' They are arriving dally KaU's.; some tune, here him. has called.. mats) meeting of the clll- brick.block occupied bv the Kau dry : makes acf.ua cost of paint' lose-, .tllam'.a':
The Atlantic Coast ldns- baa been Mr; W. S. Graham chief dispatcher woe of Klsslmmee'for next Tuesday goods .1.0.....- This' I. one of the most II.20per gallon-: " .z Ti-.t1' I',
:Miss Carrie T,son left Friday for accused of some pretty mean thing for tbe Live Oak Perry & Gulf rail evening at the counclljshamber!: to hear valuable business properties In t.o"1' : If the slightest defect exists.lnVttte>, <$
.' ; Whittler to resume her position, after, but a complaint filed in our office cap road Is the proud possessor of a valuable . their report'and take further actionin and was. formerly owned by Hon C. Li A M. Paint that ha been need'''on "',
::1.\\ spending the holidays? at borne. the climax. An indignant citizens Christmas proaent a handsome the matter.Every business man in A Carson'who sold It to' Mr. ;.lbur- any bouse ,,it:.will. repainted' ; .for;, .a
. i* Doo Ughtsey Of Bartow was'' here claim that this hearties corporation told( watch-from 'the 'engineer on town should foal a personal 'interest man. It Is 'very gratifying to the cltl- DO II'i" 1 kSold
M"' :" >, ..Tuesday to attend the annual meeting actually refused to allow. .him the use the road and Mr. T. B. Dowling." The la this matter and be present. Ito. take. :eat of our town to see a man of ..Mr.Tburmana's : 'Maklnson. '&.. 'Oo'i ...
,v ,of.the Llghtsey-Parson Cattle Cp., of an engine one day last week to '
1'1 to Plant City after some llquorf 'And esteem the" engineers have for Mr.D... H.1 IFu'ler of Ann "Harbor I becoming so largely l interested in 1 JG. .1'.' .Noit'OtA, '' -3.mo. ; : .JO! ,
.Phone'purwants'we' do.l .the' run It. Cbrtstmivs times, end engines standing him and to show their, appreciation ,. Klsslmmee property,- and h6 can' rest a ,' '" e'9 .,.'/4:
4i., n log. Mlcb.< arrived here Tuesday.stight10 assured that he win have ibe hearty - -. c .- -
; : right thereon the track! walled for hi valuable service In safely directing : : ::- t.
11j, .i\i KissnuucK: : Dauo COMPANY,, the aggrieved'. clttxen. , Where, on ''the movements of their trains.. ; whom visit hjs he brother had not MrRp In, 'D. 'Fuller'l co-operation of 'our people la his laudable .. Old School?.Lotot.BaellJre; fortlrl.: ,.ft

'r a :Mr.J.; 'W. ,Collier; ot Kl'ssimmee, earth ,is/ our ''Railroad' Commission,' .LIve Oak Democrat.. Mr. Fuller expects seen to :make 'quite an ,! the town.efforts to. advance. .the interests Of" Tbi'BoirdotPdnl.itutrzjotiwlll'e '

}'i '" 't was In the cltjr this week visiting Col. and what Is 'It good:""" ',orl'-J..k.I* \ ILyou.bae'ioy' '' i.uod'r,., to- send extensive tour of the' Kate. and. may : ..,..?,. .y--t-, I receive bid on/ the deserlb*
'i 1.'ryr fti J. L: Collier.-:IJraldeatowii, Journal. News. >: j away., and want 1 It "dan up" In good. decide'' to locate ID' Floridsw 'Upon ; A New ,UW firm.: ed property-/ >following, ;. "', +

'' Fresh stock and flower seeds '1,200 acres ot pasture. land for, sale,! shape, phone the.Cltv JJaVerr, H bit arrival here be found his brother Beginning Iir6buidted sudten:fee-- .,. y'
i'I"" 1 >..t.Lbe KUsimmee garden Drur.90. at .1.00-.............,acre. . ,', Mr.'John Cook; the automobile' mao away attending to his grove businessin Vu.....' J. L Moon and' ,J.: W.. south of the northwest corner ot' the''' >.
.J. M., Wits9r J' R.TUtesrier' Polk County, 'and went, 'on, down Oliver have forlDt'dcop.rtoertblp northeast qu.rter-of MO.3a 36* <'rr
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i ' and Dr.-O. P, Likens, of Orlando { tp i ,e'
1 ._ : Mrs. Je'mee'1'aulli'dnd I : Mr. W,- 1 li.Paulk Roseada left Wednesday ,, were welcome''Visitors to Kisslmmee there. _. J'. for the practice of lawo, Klsslmmee .?3 and running 'thence jfouthi'.two; .
", who: have been visiting, relatives morning with a jolly party on' last Saturday- They dame down -lira Carrie nation' end have rented offices upstairs the hundred) and ten feet; thenee west I''two'', .. ,u
r:7' here(; returned home Tuesday. board who will transferred to -theateamer baudsome new Caddlllacmachine, Beaman building on Broadway. .They hundred end ten feet to. place ..of' beginning -. ,,,
) f (Fine lineof.watcbe*' at the KUslm- ; Lillie,.wh lob III,.lre&4 7 down which attracted considerable attentionand certainly s sinasb'4 hole In' the ''b.ti; will alsor engage. IA 'the, real" estatebulnet ' .. .Cont.Iaing'on..J' .mee DrngCoVMessrs. the River and make the trip through much favorable commeD"' on our room of Kansas, but Dal lard's Borebound ., ,. ,, . ', or less.; The Above property: .- wb*his .
; to Fort Mvers, returnlngtoKlsslmroe9 street ,,Mr.> Cook favored the '-editor Strap has smashed all record 'l'f' |-'_ commonly known a.* itber Bastoger. '
:,S ., 8'.. V; .Tr.I.' 'aDd"S9hD bv r,II. Among the party. were.,Mr*.' of this paper with a ride.Around town a* a cure tor'oougba, Bronchitis,. ins Steamer Juanita.K: old school low. ; j;' ;i "4 c:,, ' -
r I .Crooks, 'arrived Friday night fromttl. E... N. !'.U. Miss arias Fell and in his machine which war' highly appreciated fluenxa and, alt'' Pulmonarydiseases: , All bide must be..esye.Kpd !,msild, .dp
Mlrmlagham.Ale,1to: the winl'tM MasterNelson.. Fell,; the 'MlsseT and enjoyed. WbeQ': the T.-CiH-r., Horvon. Kansas, writes: Regular'weekly ,trlpf. KlisImmee :toBaslnger. tp $apt, : W/'4. : Bearsv; 'a4..La.,: I
'" .. nfe.,J; -J Dodge'of' New York; guests.. of' Mrs.;:\ new Orll'O: ' ,1s. completed and "I, have never'fouod a 'medicine that .' Leaves 'every..,..Monday- PJ..lo.t.Q hs, received( OD Or' be'o -\
t. b' a"! U'1' l losers"of' mualc:should .ber4r Fell. who cam down ..pee I. I,. to clayed,'' =* will cease to be e Would cure a cough ao quickly Mn.1. momlDglai 7 o'clock.'returotngThursday -. t1pr7A- 6'Cf' .DeoembN'. ..1808:: ,, "
1e good hear take this JwI... ..< Reginald rarity; on the I of Klsslmmee a* lard''Horehound Syrup.: 'I b..a.e4 afternoon; : FrelgbESnd-psssenger.ervtoe. '1 1Tb. Hoard raegvu the slain to;: re i.
> ; opera house tooljrht end .1'1.1nd. It lO";.11&n.-.j.r8$1 ld> Roberoas. '.. fus..nd all b14.. "f,.. ' >'1 :' (
Orlando be by1 j"
Cadmsnt'. Vao"AIlI'w; wdd. tbe trip from berwoanthen rl : > 'I. jW Ibfq & 'b; '
. ,, :10,1Itievr Mn lnil. ,Com.dltI"t.. : .. ' >,. Pbarmuy"I", ,. .* tt LWI'Ir' u.."" , .;' :. \Sisps. '
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'FOR MORE PAY; Y' '"THBRB"! 1UI! OTKUWS.That !.,- TO PHILIPPINEk
-p Witi ii" Perunar ? third
cornet-player on, the t
1 -,.., '.. "' I rF' ,,....,.,r,,.. ,.., floor his remarkable endurance.? rmarkod sssea-. }
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H Now In 1
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,. v Conductors,1 Switchmen, the canal' visitor All Colored" Troops
'' "Trainmen of'Offi: "He has,"< agreed the, .rs...ulat, States Are to Be Sent to the '
.. it a' ttarr.h./'RemedY. ' Tonic . Cotton ., bcarder., "But: Its nothing compared Island for Military'Duty. ;'5
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Railway
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Blade
( l'cSe"-Toledo
If 1 1 : Or Hi It J30tf\?' .' ,,, New ." to tae, other C -special- says: '1 I.
swltchruoa 1 Washington
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'.: .....'people eall;lcruna. It irft-altODk.\'\ on refer to Perunn .. at of the Southern Some Americas! consuls abroad complain ninth and teDtn'ca'alry and thetwenw$ ,
all tl. negro
.......t eatarrta ;rciurdy.,, that they have to pay as muchas ty-nftU infantry, Including .'

!Width of these people are right?"' Is It nor* proper lo aU PerunaeatatTft a APPEAL. sent representatives to 'G'< or' $7 'a month In fines on letters soldiers In thq regular army II ",, :
I' confer with' the etc. sent to them insufflO'lent > cve been ordered to f
remedy tban to call ,U a tonic' rqDur'arply \ chief with this country

Is,, that 1'rwn.'ts. both a,tonic and a catarrh remedy la*' e 'the road for the cur postage:, prepare'for service !In the Philippines between ,,

a ''. lea si, there can be no effectual catarrh remedy that .. not also loa....- ....."' an. Inerea i aD'w..... L VEGETABLES. and will MH at'different time of| thin-,, G9
ARTIFICIAL 5
f and Jim .
dim order to tlioroughly'rll' any 'caae of catarrb a rumvdy' must not dan and now at the -- .- ," March regiment com., II I

', .eati b... a specific.action;on tfis> mucous 'D"mbra"II'Hted ry Zh.i wy p elected capita Tae Academy of Sciences; Paris year. The only I other the tjventyWarthinfantrr. ;

y, .k arrb; but It must, have a'general Gale action Oil'I....'' nervous .,. ,... egaE 1 a of the conductors recently heard Prof. "d'Arsonval describe posed of ncgroea.. .eervlce In the

,! }Oat.rrh.'e..O'D.p".o..ho: are otherwise strong .. a weakened con known as' the Bro artificial, vegetables, which he is now. doing ':j!I
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:,i.u i of some mucous merobrane. There must be something to' trcngtaeav A 'Waahtn ,..,. Trainmen. exhibited, and which were produced Philippines' to. the 'Phil* xipptnra : :
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T' tbs circulation, to give tone to the aHvrivs. ,.njid to ..1._ the vital forces.ftorliaps .' :alto ;have Instruct: by the methods of. Prof. Leduc of the Other troop ordered cavalry, : i
ti gTMSman Nantes Medical' College. Prof. cS'Ap. .arethe; Sixth the'U
;no vegetable remedy In the world has attracted so much n In Washington until twenty-ninth,

'enaon from medical writers an, UYVltASTlM-CAMAUKNSIt! .' The >rondernl > peared idvancw In wages or a.. sonval Interested leis colleagues great eighteenth; Uventy-eUUi troops
efficacy of this herb has been Wednesday' ly.,,but unfortunately. the lay pub; and thirtieth Infantry. The
recognised many years, ami Is growing In refusal to grant .
lie be did not say whether' the so-. which will ba relieved by the i .encl.I I i
ate<< bold .Po" the medical profession.Vlw>n Joined wltli-CUUUBa: andOPAIBA department the Increase li granted will be the
regiments
called vegetables :'edible.
are of these new
< a trio of.tnedlcal agents Is formed In Pnruna .which constitutes a charges' of expected by all leg cavalry '
While described as vegetables and eighth
r they were seventh ;
.peciflo"twmedy' for catarrb that In UM present state of, nMKllcalprogress and conductors, the fourth .
York cotton they have nothing of the vegetable and the ninth thirteenth Ofw-onth, "
t cannot Bo Improved upon.'Thlg'rctionreefuroed' liy such renowned tonics @leat.. In Washington In their makeup but they ,behave sUteeuth and nineteenth Infantry.It : .

am OOLMNHOKIA OANAUCMUS COKYUAJJS ,FORMOSA and CUUltON: sented. one. If there staged:: by :
.t REED, ought to make this compound an Ideal. remedy. for. .catarrh la ,all Its companied I stated on tho'very"' best real vegetables they resemble' under chief was of staff: that the negro regiments .

stages. and locations In the body; dan of the and tract those In a natural conditions. Into the composition .:, are belug sent .to''tho Philippines ; I' P

From a theoretical standpoint, therefore leruna Is w omclally that a ot these products nothing living x ,
'y beyond criticism. atlon; be ba << because It Is their turn logo 1
The use of Peruna confirms this opinion. Numberless testimonials from --entire Southern rail enters. Prof..Ledue makes seeds In to Bet
ddnsand desire \
not because of any y
and
w very quarter of the oartb furnish ample evidence that this Judgment Is'nOt ) be declared and that pill form one pant of sulphate ot United States at this {,
the
'S area enthusiastic.Vlicn. practical '_perlcnc: .:onOr.... a. .e1J- lUJded theory the conductor, switchman copper and two'paA.' of glucose. them out o,

the result Is a truth that cannot be shaken. erate Union ''wilt go out to a man. Tbeae are deposited la bouillon made time to Ball or ;,,'
conditions of traf., of gelatine, to which are added 3 Thai negro troops are. ( -
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help :1.
KEEPING ,tJ'p' .. 'ferro the' Philippines before most of the '
Oriental Clubs. men do not believe- cent 'of cyanide"of potassium \ 'Ii
"T'hese'burial associations- have cut The ,Oriental Is i passionately fond New" York drastic measures will and .a little sea salt'The white or,anlzatlon., the last of which ', .

the prices off( funerals of_ Jate.,. helve oQ club life, and the smaller the do-' The' They say' that the busi: seed develops sometimes on will not leave this,country until curly. 'v

they; notr' ) P'88of personal liberty be enjoys' InOl'.Ilnary change thaia. the road ran han the surface of the ,liquid and sometimes In January, 1908. -. ,>' '
"'YetI." replied\ ", the, undertaker; life the more intense, S..bl.( tract.;, that ,I what with .the shortage In its depths,. giving birth to The following! atatecnnt!' was Issued *v,N

*our' profits.are not a<> large on a enjoyment of membership In some speculative, delayed schedules and plants.. resembling seaweed and other from the war department In exjilana-. .\.jjitfoil :

,single ..funeral, but since the 'auto brotherhood. It does not make. very gambling to the shipper marine plants. It was announced that ot the -orilers: ">J

.....m. to', bel i the rage we .have twice. much difference what the nature,o( ,and public that the these ."'f'ft' I.1! plants were not merely "There w es tt time.: between 1903 rdj?

a :*. many,, funerals. ."-Houston..Po* the club may be; It is tie: mere joy' of use of the the Southern railway high scientific curiosities. p""-,' T..diw has and 190S. .when the colored regiments 4 Irjjj.

club life, Irrespective .of object or business., request rather, than been able to recognize that they havethe .were not sent to the Philippines at alt >:?j
I1"lT8St." Vltns'D nceN f'T OU.Dl__per principle, that 'appeals to'htm,. Having . same properties as the plants they this policy was, '
nanentlycared by Dr. Kline'Great Nero The action system, of more similarly In 1303) : however, .
JtMtorer. S3 trial bottle and traitlM free once tasted, tfhU Joy..be will do moving ; resemble and are Influenced tentatively (changed, nod the twenty- .1

'J>r. ti.1i- Kline, Ld.981 Arch St..PhiU. P... much ,rather', than forego a continuance exchange \\' ."state that during I by heat and light, fourth Intape'ry. a Colored regiment vjWP

Before giving af.ee prepare to of it Oriental' society Is so constituted lera. years and especially the sent to tho Phlllpplnea( ., and Is *)

:{ lodge. the consequences.'w. that the family"or;clan is practiced by : ; tWJ). the 'necewltles of Screams No More. now Hiere The service of tile twenty. ,..J:
., r' Ural social unit and not the tndlv1(; utd. barm and a.ed from 88'to Harry O'Brlanfs eagle Is dead Six fourth-infantry In the Philippine+ has $\
A man cannot be alone In hit punishments JO..l'er fancy,. highbred, game chickens have (. f
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BLOATED WITH 1tOrsY. cotton trade with their present wages been 4'l1l1rely.uusrartory.! and) |
. for<< they are also visited In also the dead line. The
gone ,over
1" : service of tho other ,
appeared In -to meet their thought that! tho 'P,
monthly
greater or less. degree upon his relatives chickens went first and the eagle followed
.The Heart Was Badly Affected When port of the to the average-sized regiments will bo J"fa
as welL He cannot enjoy or Suit. The eagle kll100tHe "!
the. Patient{ :Began U.ingI suffer alone Now/"a. club'or l society Irsued on : for an Increase In chickens and OTlrlant killed the rojwrting<< ; upon| this subject. :;
.0an',Kl-lnry 1'IUs.yu Wood 8t .t<*"- '
f notice General
day. made and the mat j
I. organization had been In
a much smaller than eagle. The big bird captivity
Mrs, Elizabeth Ma'xweW of: 416 cotton ,.' to-be deferred 'from '1 recently vlnlted and nude an
society, as a, whole and the Individual about week and bad his eye
,' :w.t. Fourth .St.;, Qlympla, Wash., forms; a correspondingly larger for by the officials hnvtnj on''the chickens all the time. :IJa.was 10RI l>cctlon of the departnieuts of the ,

siy; 'JPor) over',' fraction of It.. This Is an Immense 904.: while to make this Increase allowed certain liberty with one foot Visaas and Mindanao, and found the .''.

three years I stimulus to self-esteem. The man becomes was 10.65. for: tied to a rope. Until his untimely twenty-fourth Infantry very well liked .J)

t suffered ,with a.. somebody: This explains 'sty actual value ''by an official that toath. the'eagle had been cock of the by the .civil niithorlUe>' in the neighborhood .,*'

; dropsical Ondta : almost any society;: irrespective of value 'on of the Southern* rail. walk In the neighborhood of Crowell of Its varied, Mat Ion.. In fact \

'+ $4 1, tlon without be- Its object,' can instantly gather'a the floor of from $110 to .S120 street In South AtthJ. on. He even at 'lacloban. the governor exp'rwased, j

.' {"llnl' aware that' : numerous and enthusiastic ''constitu 1CS' points; exact amount of the bad the dogs bluffed. The other day, particular appreciation of the fine \
due* to.kidney
It was
I .' ency. Any man with a little tact ference of I $ on the length of the when no one was looking he got lnf Conduct of this rpglnient'

,'.'Vho;' early trouble.stages could go :out On' the streets of Seoul I On, the {<< cent .Increase In these. the chicken coop.:' .Well!, there was "O<,-cp.use ot this report aid. experience

t' were principally and In tpenty-fouir hours establish''a was nearly. ; for. something doing on,the Jump. Right the general staff rpcommend-

i ,backache and IIOCI.ty'for the cultivation of' mushrooms .' York, Its = .. or postpone and left the eagle startled to'anatch ed and th llf d I'a"'mont'dE'fldo(1' ( It to'l]

't :t\f\1.mjmQ, beaming\ { 'down on thatched roofs" with .president futures and : 'l1ctlou. to the 'del., the game fowls bald-headed. And'he be wino to return to the former . .

"']. ..' pain but I"went ,, vice president, .sworetary treas-' cuisingthe, In this case both com did-six of -them.: They were game' Icy of equal foreign service for: alt

rtoni'" wlthout'wortying'mpch'' '1 uhtir rarer, and.executive committee complete laid were chickens' In,name only when-it came the regiments of the army,

,"''rop.,.cet'JD.' My. feat and, ankles anrf a membership! list ..,, lone uation as '- II'.1: a'r . ', '. to fighting', .agle. Tie'bird from 'The: prcavnt assignment of the other I.

c awelle41\1I.! my hands puffed and be as a piece of string If not longer In. who now belong to the mountains will be stuffed.-AtcnT colored regiments; to 'the Itifllp-,.'

eame ,so. ten.., I could bardlcl01.1' Why. Simply because membership; exchange : Instead of the; former son lobe.. ;1 1Eloquonoo pines Is merely for nn equal'dial. T
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.. bad In ".D7. old" society does Just,a. little ,
-them ,,t ,great dlMcu "If tbelr own composed billion of ,lorelgn, Jervl e. They liafe "
Macy-and my heart would flutter with',! to lift a man' out of the' bunv' operator bad !:' l ,, say that they are and Success. not been -there for four'y'ears. li now ,

,'; "!-'the least exertion' 1 could sot.wa11 drum of life. -Korea News.. date at 9.02 i ; ( standard 'ecale/which' Rev. J. M. fcuckley;' D. D., the editor becomes fair to thobl'and ,to the other J,

'w.f, far'.wtthout stopping. again and agaivctt.rset. the actual .'.'They also state that of the New York Christian Advocate . regiments: that they be asulirned to <

i 1 Nona's" 'KI. Since pm.'ui using'' four Woatlnbas boxes of- .English Channel) Tunnelling. It In the getting $2,15 per day. : ,.' has said that the best lecture the Philippines, In due, order. '"

ae" The.proposal to drive a tunnel und profit on the '. organization, tLe whlcb be ever beard on 'the subject "Foreign servjco"U should bo) aiatde '
L, dssndthefs&1ngs'
', ', .... Mwppsersd.".,, t"' 7., 1,411-,.' ",.- the English Channel], to connect} on that Conductors, l is one of success In life was delivered\ bye ed*, increases the pay of the men 20 ,
,
\ ; r the French and,English:,railway sys .t In the Is absolute failure In
.c': ,WI! I _'.n ......rr.'l.f.1SO cents A 411,000.) He / country' It 'man who was an per cent and counts double time for ..;
.
", -.oae.: 'teeter-Itilbnrn' Co. Buffalo, terns again receiving attention and knew,' and orar 90 pef cent of everything be 'undertook-except that I retirement It :was pointed out at the

"J.' 'ic Y" 'V. T English feeling Is .supposed; In view no cotton to : of the Southern rail lector, 'The'lectlM' was ';a great department, tbt'rerore. that: the Idea '
; 'of the, good relations at present with cotton <
l cSF01I: ; : would .make ,"our.frlenc.'l.. .France to be more, favorable to the) plan as the are, absolutely a unit the lecture was a failure In' everything the colored troops or were made on, "
project than ever before.<< The chalk the he eYW'undertook.. He failed ,
{' smile let your' money talk., CI corn demand' for ,,higher account.of the Brownsville-affair, was
strata,uDder the Channel are 'thought that such Is : In-tho Instructions In the mlnl.try.n.. failed to bring utterly absurd
to be easy to enetrate-,. with a tnlnU. his 'children properly.. He failed ,
'' up .
on' to remain In 'Wash .
Cure *Cold la1 One Lay keep .1
' ITo mum'.risk;. The ,distance to be tunnelled "'is to keep out of debt. He failed everywhere .
1'sk definite
..; Laxatlv Bromo OnUilna Tablet cotton traded ; answer\ CANT BLUFF LIVINGSTON. .
!>rrsKaiata refund money if It falls to cure. hi St. miles a large contract. key who sells and In' e..enythluc"exc.pt the
.y.X W,Orore's signature' I*on.ach boy,. fan.V In 1883 ,a tunnel steven feet in diameter : of Railway,Train' lecture ,on "How to Succeed."-that ;t1/
I do, not. .
? was driven,, 6,521\ feet' In eight was a tremendous success. It Always Managers. of New York otton''Ex.,
TaUhIlat strong and been ,
a woman thlnk.she 1 the charter, and has and Its author change Threaten 1'
and one&alf months* on French drew fullbouses, wns Congressman.A .
tielleves because she believes. It. 1ed .lately by a.num
find but
side.' This was extended to lengthy' nu ' always sure c4. an Invitation to return dispatch says: Rep
of 0,033 feet and to a diameter of 'keep who have been/fat and repeat. his. wonderful dlscourse. resentative" Livingston! of Georgia Fri '.

f ',WOB.LD'aWOKDZ cOTTON 14 feet On ,the English side a tun- hand to Southern'ralhvA and day made the! following!( statement con 'I f

'A new speolenf first sold lat spring. [ wasfrom niwas driven 6,905 ,feet nine-tenths Harvle .roads preparing for It Is vastly easier to eU.others cernlng the action In New York Thursdhj -

iJ.llla. 100 a to albalessperf, acre.;.hlgUy{ hu pro-ro- of Uu oeiag. under the Channel. ''-Thenew that If,be, : ltton. as now confrnt howto succeed than It Is to fl'lUv* of the board of managers of the t
E. proposal 1s to have twin tubes 'of fifty'\ of the Southern rail. success for' yourself-Young: Men's.
line| MK boll small need good staple t ? New York Cotton Exchango In decld-' $ .I
Ham...r.ysdodeln800.MempbiaTenn. 20 feet In diameter and 60 feet apart the"l gal ; Magazine:, lag to consult counsel as to the advisability ,

a? for<< traffic, with an: auxiliary '..m.Uertannel .could put : J 4 of bringing suits for libel I
'Almost 115.01)0") work .about for' drainage and .construction'urposes. '.' OFFICC '
women change (:( WITHOUT' : NEVER: TIRES against hjnuelf. and President Jordanof

':tt' !'*b..mines In, the German empire.Una ., , : -Baltimore.SUL on this -' Of the Food That Restored Her. te the Southern Cotton Growers' A.'j'j
) v ( Job "Long Held "
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t't ion ,Is found, ? f It'I Health, soclatlon, for theIr recent action In ..ill
cured in 90,minutes'by Woolford's SEL.nS'U'.OIDORG. ter.' It In Gas R uu. asking the postoffice department tot :
&aita"1..otlon i never{ail.. Sold by Drug "Just think or 1W avery' girl In our there Is no Is ';believed, over his "My food was killing me and 1
a fraudorderagainst
.; Mail nrrteni promptly filled or Dr. the exchange .. i
et* *"* ;
.wt R.DetchonMed: .Oo.Orawfordsvti.Ind.41Of . set has been divorced out me. ,legitimate leeUOl1' to an office tie didn't know the cause, writes a Colo. "It Is a losing game If '
they think
"" ,. oc-, I II II TOur. won't George let you have change but twenty-five consecutive young lady: For two year I wa l.
alt sailors suffer from rheu- they can blurt me out by threatening
men ttioet a.dlyoreer alleged frau ; Temple; who was until thin and sickly, suffering-! 'from Indigestion
seahm.IIKOTHER. . libel iI
'/ be proceedings. An attempt Is. being
"Oh. 4be ,ninny says loves me 7 The register of deeds for and inflammatory' rheumatism. .'
1< I made to cloud the Issue by asserting
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Mass. took his own
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RUSS OFFICER KILLED '. callers to "I had tried different kinds of diet, .that I am after the.New York Cotton
;, Safe! Sure and Speedy. general for '
and '. Exchange as a body, I
!' plain' living\, many of the remedies am after that
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devUedKM Illuminating .
No'edal remedy ever yet It Is likely gao. .,.J
'" recommended, but got no better."Finally . governing body the .
steering
,
; Prefect of pollSt.: PetersburgVictim '. so fully and tmtjufliUoaably met tbcae () years .of age, committee .
Judge
of .Assassin's ,Bullet.- three jprm* condition's. auocMdally e. by -- / about five weeks ago composed of about fifteen men

,; :MaJor: General Von Der Launltz:, ADoock'e Plaster They; are safe beeaiue'', RT ORGANIZED.. mother suggested .that I try Grape- who are responsible for existing conditions -
fl they contain no delet noiM draft and an CALLS < ,
4' ,'sirefect 'of'pollce: ,of St. Petersburg,, nuimfMtoml upon snhtntina principles! of .,' I ' 'r Nuts and I began atonceeating It There are many honest men:: .J
shot rDkllletS by 'on mediate. The; ere mart bac oee nothing : with a little cream or' milk:, :A In the exchange."
Rassla4wae Art Sworn
Ful.om'e- Judges*
goes iota them, except Ingredients wbwb change for the better began at once.
,,...,'\ unknown' ;young man, at ,the Institute, ere aaatly adapted,to the purposes for Roosevelt Governor Tsrrelt. "To-day T am wen and am gaining 1 ,
STEAMER '
of Ibrperimental l Medicine 'Thursday which a placter is regr ned. They see' : orglI. court ,of appeals weight and'strength all the time. REPORTED LOST '
their action becejwe their media President I
; with several- Othtr speedy m "
Wblhi mingling 1.
i ; organized at; Atlanta on I've 10 Ibs. In
inil qaUikies go Tight to their >work of letter from J gained ,the last five The Panama t
"'of8daithe:prefect,of police- *:aa. .natural City of Tailed t
A ayff reiwruw p and restoring the : weeks, and do not suffer any more' to Reach/. .

!;(b.:,.,,Tjroached,from, behind by the, ssas--, and of ma.cle'n.rye.b t perform and skin:th<. Junctions. , expressing-merit of & of the. court, ;Judges 'from Indigestion, and the rheumatism South American Port., ,'

,:: , .'sari...whohdrew, a revoh-er"' and shot '. .Hasten,are..the ocMnal and< lean' ': '' ... Arthur O. Pow. Is all gone. A "dispatch from Pescadero near. '
,, triot In the base of the:brain, 1i ...am. poroae plaaters and Ck.imotmeritorious and Richard B. Russell "I'know It Is to Orape-Nnts alone San Francisco .
turned to arttde*have been extensively addresses 1 that says that 'the Pacific !
11; 'SAS tbe'a"I\.ID fleeone \ In the office ;of Oov- I owe my restored health. I '
imitated thersfon aHrmys make sure.and loved Hhe ) \ well steamer City of whlcii'
I '01 tbe omeen present drew bin sabre'rto'aut g. the gennine Aflcock'e. who'administered the : cUll eat the food twice a day and Panama
,
..him, flown, when,be cooly turne4'hIsrevolver'against ,, .. ... .. I' 'Exalted the 'In' the presence of a i never, tire of it." Name given. bY' ,1 left 'Frisco on December 81 for South!
.. Most Fostum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. and Central .
:; him It and TILE MALCONTENTS. -officials, and pre America; was wrecked
wielded' deJt of tho The flavor of Grape-Nuts is peculiar near Warden beach

1a., < _' - of /I'iAiI "Wbat do', they wantr' "' States of ; lth tbelr'.commission, : 'to Itself.; It '.. neutral not too The Panama bad 'a "
allow anything. passenger list'of
< : "Law. that of Its great ,sweet and has an agreeable healthful seventy
.
CORTELYOU OIVE8 JOO nothing 'poNt". aftd a crew, of thirty'or'
UP
"And require '
ot Its quality that:never grows tiresome.
tor EVANS
ANO I
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fully'
... ..' LAnsvUl Courier-Journal. i One of the sources'of rheumatismIs provisioned,
"J''A.. .:Chairman of the National 'epubl"' < X. .-.nd' I from overloading the system with i and much. :werckage marked ,"City of ",

*" '" 'can''Commtttes.Cort ., Piles Cared Ia 0 to 14 Pays. OSBORN- : :;; Gray, Reunion In I acid material the ivsnlt'of:Imperfect Panama,, are comlne'aahore; but no J

.;, .-4plrEilt.I3..; ; .,)yi ll"| 'annpnncedt Paso Ointment J. guaranteed to ours anyfiaeeofltoUng.BUna.BlaadiacorrVotrodlng Man With. have Carolina.been sent ito, Ad. .Digestion and assimilation, lip. ct-..a ,survivor.. '.;

.+..._ ,as yjjklrmnn, of the Ite *' ,, As soon as 'Improper food Is abandoned ' T' rr.MEXICAN .
Piles in'tol 4ays or money refondad. Wo. l : Dewey smll'Rear' A and Is
conmt.f.Uon. Grape-Nuts taken'regu
__\ Ballon" : ;\, JUNTA'VORMED. .
B.j''wMJyIce'chalrmsm.will? beacting >' .. .,. .. , i In'John, : Evans.; United States larly, digestion is made 'strong. the .,...'4 <,, r
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REFORM. Osborn ,. them to be present')&11.- do" '
UNI'ORTUNA' , ; -orgsutf, their' work of building
: dlti' commit'1'v up ,Its" Purpose I. 'to a-R.J:
chalrmitajof ;
!...;. ,. ..., :Friend-Well..,bas, \your husband I bam;.Ala., ', 1!'*;reanlonJ%OJ, the 'blue good red blood cells and' of carrying elutlon 'In Bring About ; r
' "- :!to .tVlias""oea" .! ''f/l"'t'':! .' 'Quit all.Ms,bad ,bablts. since you.mar- 1 roaa/who f tb.' grooadsi'of'the! en- I way..the. excess of ,diseasemakingmaterial Mexican. Republic, "
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rainy.7ovatiti: ;| ;(nr>j ,* ;:, revolutionary '
; junta 1
from
", e4'htmto wives, and, ; : the Confederate I" the system.'The wl ,
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by; itboae In;" |; ,.Metto' ,be,, 'Frlead .Wby/wbat. do"you meant : to norm..'health and hUng''nSk: .Louis was formed'' "
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", ,. .living wives ; ; ; : ,Admiral c vBan .' rM mental Ban' .
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retire'at' ''s' qrUbi' t Th. only tad babtt' he batlgiro activity. :"There's Aiitonlo Tcxa,
'Wtfe- .' .never,''l.c.. : : ', they ,.artc. k'Of the a reason. Read Sunday: by'
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the cbairmttagblptbw? :ur , .and'I.barent seen the' llttlfl book -, .' .Ire;/ 'i. nT '
MexlccOs'of'th'elty'who
".....,. thatr golagV. ... aeD; ,,1 Il I \.: k r J., : "Tba Road. o,1V.IJ.ri"e.
1._......_..'-'. ta :' J 'It II"r. '1. show. 'stocstour,.,wedding. 4aH .Av.,''''.,,"\,i x'P ( ''' .\,.1 '\. ,;: ..','..in. .' lt...., ,,l ?,, .Ututa the lterai'paHy' : ., \i! >$, :'
Ayh 'I\I y t' j **
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,\:;,' "OH* ...lA;.H>ep et get good

;''t : ,:! .SAM'.te;r anUqnary: ;; "b t.tfrelrs
an'extinct, b i lueee now. '. .' .

.1 Qpck-croweni rich, la their\ town were'employefl'hoqeee! to crow'' Vy

I' 'lf bCl@!'.- 'They'',,crowed only the rlav''
.1 hour tot the"inoatf part, bat .durV ,
'Lent they crowd e.U1tI1ID&VeA ,
L". ...- halves end aartete-ajl' Bight (
K w'York Cit;. The alinpl wall Jt-jwas"'a Wad of penance.These ,
and 'one and one-eighth : *
aUII' yards :
t eo many 1 needs that may een Inches 'wide nlen. were trained\ from' '
for the 'r 0 o .paaelal
called
I : the &t.important element In and deep cuffs it long al to crow. Sometimes' In their t ooeeo.
r, any drobe- This one close atlhe l' used. ' 'an operation was.performed tW ed miss were L
front
and consequently 1* a, model of their throats give. ,them a more J rs weal.
: oonvenlenceat;;; the aame, time.U'eminentlysmart that"jt : Fancy Blouse: Waist .delivery. '. I trope w..

Every variation of the ancestor of ,wise on\ the, ma t ?

effect Is Jn"vogue.,and, ',- &! aWe\ was A famous cock-a'ower te tan acre are \
the attractive\waists and his day..r-Mlnneapolls" Journal cy

result from the fact ' sI ?sstIlIlsts

blouses one of that the ,:'prettiest shows a ,'of heml8 the 'SB* AT'EASE. wits roe''

noVel shape aad that bas ',They-aay my mosey Is tainted' : Tfft I
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0u great merit of I cloning at the'' d the expiring trust magnate -ffr
In the illustration it la made /. anysot" j
ton faille In the lovely shade people" aTniIYwT (
known as1 crushed raspberry 'your business, partner an? "1\ ypp
trimmed with velvet of the lawyer say that it la not" YOUR DEALER FOR THE
shade and with, velvet buttons I Ale app)'." .i hisrI e.

I the, chemisette ,1s of cream Barrett Stoves and s;

r rv chiffon "Tb4 material la on., ,TOUCHED. a N.S r.

M prettiest of the new silks'and Hicks-ALSO My ", ICe' dropped: 'In .to,lee AND TAKE NO "JUST AS, !! c.

puyr for liked gowns both,.but.for ther separate-are also a at the office today arid- They are tbe Only Stow and Ranges on firth{ ;' Ala) '
( Wlcts-Sorry, old man, .but rye
many other IUk material' touched too; can't lend yon a .Passes Entirely Around ,the. '
appropriate and also 'a long ,
.-: Catholic Standard and Times, MANUFACTUNoUNDER GDVIUtNMENT ..A '
veil fogs and ,the like In
blouse" Is adapted to any ATLANTA ;:STOVE: WORKS, '

ii material that la available' for A ,Birmingham firm. which makes ) .... 7*.r d.al.rr4wra.aa. av wrttv.'Caatvry" tord", '
wear. r, specialty of hand whistles has' *
There is a fitted lining design reputed to"carry" a '
closed at the centre front and of two miles: which has re- TIVinn'G' Cherokee' Mullein ==-lG}; ;

are arranged the chemisette been adopted by the police USE J O 'Coughs, Colds. : w a.r'. :SS:=r.tZ! jig
various In many of the large towns., '
- I portions of the waist. ,

' .It be) In effect.' Again bock of the waist la laid In. ...... of OlHtaaanta Fa* C.t.rrb g1.1C.aa PUTNAM F A ) D, YES, '
can spade either with 'three- that are stitched flat and .. .....* :
quarter or-full length aleeves., In becoming .11oe. to the figure, T ... wlormore s.e.bree.rwd............... .. oar ela.rdr... 0..lOo.. .*.*'?'*'*tl.s... 'ta.rdr. '
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'If' '' mintrary *ill mntp d tro. the sense ot . ..: ... '
; the Illustration 'taffota'' Ja 'trimmed there are'pleated,, portions .U..d completely. a-...ib.who< .sys aw ramwl wliaoatrlpptaa- ar Writ Co* M.oooblw-sow& & <<;u. II. 1
with allk braId 'and combined with-- front 'that are distinctly ,wh.n. .BtcrlBfflt throairh tb......_ -- J
.chemisette an4 .sleeve trimming 'of provide': -becoming fulness. ...... hob article vhcralil.....N b*..w.| COMPANY'
OB M-wnrlpUoiu from l'8putabl.pb,. CABBAGE PLAMS !., T..ATLANTdt: OAIe:
........tn.v Tg* tb"y will ao U ten fold !
i 1 the good you cn poMlbly datlv*from h lr
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured
.V.,'.?Cb n., *> Oo. Toledo; ), O.,' eoaUio. A12.07)d
mtroory. and. taken.t' InteraaUyt acting I t a.. .::.epf./yra4 M 511......fey Jmlltlto_.. .
(11)IttaUari.N: e..rr.LrbrNr r
upon th 1)1 ood d ai eoustiraoa I I./Sa.U
: t1"1II' *7>Ua>. IB Iwylag! Hall.Catarrh Cure ItA iJtrRY..ai: : IW udNMursevowW pi ..... l
v.gsruLn-w. I. la tk "_ !
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the It I t.keats.
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-ii-9'1-r. you Ret frenaln _
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I' >allr and m U. la Toledo: Ohio, by .. "IrsaLD-.hwta.t: .... u.Iauo"mt to
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,'.. .,. Oo, TamMmonJaU/ free. ta..n..,... _......._..... ___ Lf-e'- _.. n ,
by DrnjrirlBta; prla ;7GO.-par bottle. i : ur
'-, *rialT Iramlly TUla for:oonitlpaUoa ....-t w K hara ......*..Wbl boar, -
(0 .. 0 ... CM.1.... i,aee t* .,... a*.1...per ME.. sea*. )- v y yn
In inAtlanta-cetbtery+ tomb
L : one
at the top:. "Helen Va_,'wife 's..w.lame." wsiU..i sss.aaD..b a aa> I i

r' HaroldVance1854. I await you." CHAS. Wl.. GIBSON;

.the base of, the Inscription some,, ,, J
r has written: ,"He took his time." ... d.awl air 1w'AI ....'If .

,"The Blood Is Tile life"' $ : : ;C.H:: ,,I:'N ,:ER."V,:' p-
RHEUMATIS
; .BUPPLIEBwe.i .;.
'haa
;. f.3 I Science never gone beyond the 0 -." ...Trwtns Jt..I-.IIoU.": N'
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simple statementof scripture glut OriM Mill Woot-wurkin**nd II"I.
: has. Illuminated. that "statement and .laary.OompUw llaa Mrrtotf In Wook....
-s--prl..a' .. I.a..l_
It a meaning ever broadening with. ...,.0. ,W. __"..... I I.
ti- a t Increasing breadth of .knowledge. rl. '.. .w.:'; .... -t-'
the. blood Is "bad"' or Impure U JCUREDr

._, .. ? .not; alone the' body which ,softer,, .
dleease. The brain Is 'also '
.Hjjj mind and judgement Are. The Circulation 1 PECAN
ted, :
aniTjaany
o't An evil deed or Impure
WhtVnftMw tHreetly traced to the --: and'the 'luscles l ;& NURSERIES
of the Clft D Foiil.'Impnr< M vl

ir.a r .rte' : a } :=t thereby, lubricated'' by


: pimples blotches eruptions And $1oi
tv cutaneous Affections,, as eczema, ,
or salt-rheum hives and ether.

;' ; : ; : : .the' .cure. of-of.scrofulous Impure" .blood swellings. (a.,en JlJni!:. :! n : T ,


& glands open'eating ulcers,or old ,
.,the"Golden< Medical Discovery"ha. : Price '2 5c 5bc- r
the most marvelous cures.; In I Sold : $ LARD .
r of old sores or open-eating ulcers, ,. by till
; : well to applt to the open sores Or, I, Uppermost Stand-"
.' All-Ilealing Salve, which pos f'Sloarfe Treatise OnThe'H ;
"':"',( .. 'wonderful healing potency !twben' ; Address Dr.Ear| .Sloan '' hest"Quality*
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I aa an application to the sores In con. .
with the use of'Golden Wadlcal .: : ., > ,1"" f"..
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( I ., eovel7-..'a blood cleansing eonstl. ( by Mi MM tlttat bw..t; ,
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p c:::' treatment. If1 your druggist .
.... : .- ,happen to. have the "All-Healing SAM
JONES' .PLA
I __ In stock you.can easily procure It, t : C TSJAND %+ ;

',': ; Inclosing fifty-four-centa In postage : AND ,' i FRUIT TRttS
to Dr. B. V. Pierce, 003 Main St., LIFE: SAYINGS. e.Ilw.rINs..Isa. a

.'". : : N..T., and It will come to yon by \BTBIS1VIVK t _.. ..8--_ ...... ...
., .. ""'. -0 poet.. '' Moat druggists keen U as. AGENTS WANTED "....ia are coining IDoa.,. ...4101I. for _.".'.......-Nd'I..aw1.r t.a, )1)) u"
l: ,
aa the-Golden Medical Discovery"' ... ., _O.tll&.dCOn'.IIt.rrt..... tery. 4 ._
biga' .ao. r-t ..rr.a.v.rrpiae.D
.1 Inserted muslin In lingerie ctyle, but ingot the waist'Is made':in f 9' 0'' , 9 cr..tar.rr... J J.. .B. NICHOLS.. <&< ,CO., ., kl.r..;. .:. ..P__ we ...p..ql ...
w rI.w.w
both trimming and chemisette canagain' the front while' the O cant afford td aeoept any medicine' : 1. -}he
.be'varied and,again. Any fa.. hooked Into'' place. beneath ..aownjromvm as 'A snosumte ,The severest strait 'on politeness nr..ei.ee.. s'.y.td J..r.at 1..M.ai.It.ell.wJ,. \\Q '
III to step down and 'lout.'gracefully.itraT :: t ._Iw.N.erae..a.. ,. i
hlonable'.banding. be utilized for side. The sleeves also are new, [ Medical DIIIOOYV7wbleb is' "
,,. the former while for the latter allover cut, to, be plain at their lower I medicine o. xnowx ,(XMcroamov, I S&D...C.Op..:,I.bi;,,:; ,.
lace or: almost any -.contratlngmaterial where one 'portion Is laid 'a complete list of Ingredients I In :Wlnstow-sfioothlng Svnrpfor' Obfldre*. : ,( :. .. .r C'm)t VLtAJJ. LaV
teethlng.BO other,giving something of a English on Its bottle-wrapper! the
ls appropriate.If., a very r
win looacg6ca .
I .being attested. ' & mderath.Pleroe's Bllars yamaarea < tprttle
,, plain, arvleeable.'waJt, la desired tect. potash Is the connect*>> "'/' f
the chemisette could be made of taf- The quantity of material! Pleasant Pellets regulate. Retrospection. Is only anticipation .
feta; while the waist Jtself U of cashed for the medium| sire la Invigorate stomach,liver and bowels. that hu'. rte4 looking backward.CPUIKE. ,Irigf fl nkbetweenthe; I 0 it

mere, or'veiling'and'' the long 'cuff :three-quarter yard twenty-one : It wan't for ceremony some dig. .
: '
1 utilized with cuffs.ot aUk to' match I'I COP1e'wouldn't have anything 'RICWL ,l soil_ and heavy crops.'' Z

''r the chemisette?"whereas',; ade;aa'Il I 'teet on.'. .. *. I '
'lustrated there 'Is a more;dressy ef I The most. important A '"A
plant
feet:obtained, ao that'-6o model, provides ALMOST: A'SOLID'SORL .
,
t food for is .
for a'creat'Q'1au1' ;occasions. vegetable growth ;iF 71 ;a.u

The waist Is made over'a fitted lln- Disease Prom Birth ALL AOHB9TlMMSwN .. .
Fortune
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-. ,Ing that la closed at the centre front . OB Her,Wlthoat Be.ent-. r AtSmlsMMStight :
.
'and Itself consists ot fronts and back. Ov.ae4l1erWltb Catlcanu
,These last are tucked to.yoke depth I : 1j,
hare a ousin in Roekinsham Co.who
And arranged In gathers at the waist SAW'MItLS POTA'Tfaclc pYSH
I had a skin'dis>e from her birth ... : 1
'lined the closing being made Invisibly* was six years cf ..... H..r father
f". The sleeves are moderately, full puffs / : spent ","'ort.... on>hr to get.; her .- :,
r .tbat.are finished at their lower edges 1 and none of tbe treatments did her UTH AND SHIN6U MACHINES v
'+ I a'' with flare cuffs, whether .the shorter food.'Old ,Dr. U- angfeated that .TEAII
I. or longer length la used. The band try the Cuticura Hemedics which h. sAw.pNtYSNPPtI.GASOLINtt aIN E., AND. Farming? Is a:,.. ., r. :'

r a .of tucking and lace:Illustratedcombine .' When almost< he commenced. ..*. it;,the Try, LOMBARD!TA. sable, pamphlet! ;written by t, i .
in solid scab. He bad
,!with the chemisette. to*xlre, agulmpe it was about two' months'and a 'the ihild: I \ eminent lure of clenUfic. ,, : \ ", .
+ effect" but Are entirely option. well.1, J'b, when- they oom- i 'tralnlagand national Al "H0W: ,
<- to- tine' Ontimra' Bemediv. '
ypura; I .. We nail it free"tofanners :
.
!
'.,. The'quenUty; of' materlaErequlredtor .,. \that;* .Mil' and then returned 0 I ;
; the medium sine la four yards' and stayed two weeks sad than want can Jever a : ,do rny work. ,0 who.wait9: ; for iLI!| .r ..YtNe ;
twenty-one, three and one-halt yards and stayed with 'them two week wf.. ..r..tlYa.r. OBRMAN' KALI WORKS M Nr .
twentY-I8Tel' or two yards. 'forty-four yards twenty-seven' or one and and when I went home I could .vile aa..rbr.t . ..r rtt4 Hmmmm Street, '
Inches wide .withfire-eighth yard'ofbanding.seveneighth Quarterard.. fort-foul'.lnchea "belier*' she .we theltam*''eUld.: '! .,....,.. ........ AUaata da.-Ut4 Caa .
yard eighteen with two and onefnalf) yards of skin :gas, as soft aa a baby's.... withoutj .., III.H -- .CABBAGE :: 'J' .
T on it.i 1 bar not; sea in recd* x '. ..
Inches wldfor, the chemisette, one- ribbon.and"three-eighth'yar4 9 ''L .. . .
yar t but) have beard from,her and f : I{.. ...aII"_"
I ,bait /yard ,of;: edging for"the sleeves ,,over,!ace.ti ft" lat; Urn. I beard.from h..r she'wa I 0 ..... ', << '. . m.-lit..... "
Mr;. W;P,Ingl! Burlington, Ui.. t'p' ., t.- : ." tb..Yd er..ar
.
G{ : Still 1- < Aa to the Garnet.jti. 11.'IMS." _: "j, { l' PI..tai.CELERYPljI, :
-' V-opolar. :; .t> il!u pn Brlaklywl. r .' &_. __ & ;
'" Lace show no decline'in ''popularity doctor 'who': waS talking .. i1aoe"ot"the'Ithtngs',' ( _..__t..Le.__.Mal!,aberq... i-o:,;...?- .J.'_ out___... _
, ; In spite of the dire prophecies of woman's, club In New York ,. that reels. re.du we.dlalat - .' t.. !I: ; : I
/ thrive ton the*Absent, treat ;-i. .;A1ii ..K.. -
failure made .bY', 8rtaln depressing sets.declared: ,,that.tll.wom.t r. It ,
i .
*,u.mortals;' ''And the old rut..qI) lmlta.'tiona America know. :whAt'i they,;:fare!, (: filife g'-A & - t ... $.T.,r e4S ..-me.yese _..r r.-.aT n joeMl_. .AoInI'w_.be,, !..!!-_ : '-- C ,
't affecUagthd"poMlarltiot, the "Before.I mad/ '';'oft:to'

teal;ha'been'proved aa false;In Its he said, *I was g.enemy ,to th '
: 'way-'-never :baa-'anythlng'.ben:,V so set 'Seeing the shapes ,
fff: imitated;Und1 frave Ue4'all has Irish public 'flew':oa the'-ojtu r'side'I You Look Prematurely
Cbry.e; "T.It'boI4.ltI;' own'and prom been',Cone fted.;_ Do aa'yon( ',pl OldeeeueejM
/. |.. thl.'winter,:to be,'even.more-ex- 1&4.It:: )ii bettertd be shapely
"'fe&'ag.atliMu.d1rhaa J 'i".aI.,.lAMt though,'you'are*,little <<)
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!clot "" ,"',,'''','',.J' "" Jfli
: t,I- ..(.r t '"-:11- : :, r, ll'1" : f r /Ti *-* tt eee ugly. gelatiy. grey helre. *Uee ,;CA CR GL$" MAMi Rtt TOPttll, e>$oe. ttt.oo. a
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WWttkr., Ncw s' :Notes.rdoi' :: ;I.J1e'edl; An""''''',Ordinance.I t -!"'''' \ ..lidi U I' ; : R ATLANTIC: ; COAST LINE: : ;,t"

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.. .'!....' II i I Ila.tmm.e.... It Otvras.thm ..deelt. , .. ,e9,'I ... : THE; THROUGH. CAR LINE n&n. .FIORINA.East / '

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L doe .had b.P.rwdtt d t.sea atlean .
........'..... ... ... .,.. ... ialeea' even dew aaall wear a tag or plat eepreeorlbod .....-, -
- -
h:O.. I.C. has" Main )left Whlttler Inquiebandpeaoeful without sue br) tag thta shad be oaua-nt."and and anr dos Impounded found: ALL THE LEADING _-. OONNKOTIONI
its the BRANDS OFWHISKIES ---- -
possession of br marahal. ; .
.inhabitants.and departed front that Steetion. Itahalt 1 .fen ha duty. eI the lieU to :. .. To ,I 'Ove'r its own Rails to Savannata'Charleston,

dotty! on ...urd..I..' in company wits ''atio'ppb, .ppor all_or_braea_oil, .dare with.lags........"or.'Kbatmimejtamped platoaof to .,j, I tile IJ Richmond and Washington' thence via Penn; .
:the Early Warren for OItY" therana; ,sod th. roar for whichlaleeavd. .. '. '
irreprsssable of Klsslmmeeltes.- Alter .also reek: tag to ba Bead far one year ALL A'IL--Lllvani&! Railway.East __ ___ _, _,__ Z
'the c.mp tbe and theprtoeof .... tap to bo W.OO for 1>1-.. :
,an exhaustive Journey of forty-four andSIUUfordon.HecttaaS.: .: Jr TO'Westf Ii Via. Montgomery and Louisville,, & Nashrfflor \
miles .. arrived at the tents of1 the The owner of anr deraldtehcsughtad Atlanaf
Impounded aToreeald akall be oatltled: to .Via "Cbl fI Flyer Route" and _
latter tribe not la the be'L'ot shape,
d l the fmeeeeefcrn of rune upon proof of ..-.hlp \ .D' Steamship. () mpaDI, for,,
Via
but In fowl spirit at the prospects of and the parment of.LOIII.to the town troaeuiy. Savannah ()I*
meeting many friends' whom be had'not :and In oar the owner shall certde In Sows he shallair .- New York Philadelphia, aind Uoston via" Norfolk
y f, ''Been'' before* In'' sometime The ZTAoelerk ... . tile. Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore,
Head of allpereona
Botfoa ahall keep.a 'I I Merchant and Miners Transport.tatlon ',r
n numerous changes In your city caused who ahall ppoeuro each tan, and any per :Imported and Domes"tlcVlnes Ports via Savannah and M
some little bewilderment at flrstrbutwe ; aow who shall a>unurf it or uae any tag not purohaiiad Sherries- Via Steamsblp.| Jo., for Baltimore and Philadelphia. #

_n , al last found our 'way. to' the .take not.xraodlnv ae afv,U eald..OOcr,shaft bo upon tmprUonod oonvioUon not .taed be Aned- Angelica. rett. Sauterne Key West and] ; scldentalSteamship-
'House and was warmly welcomed by Inir I u dojr. or both. ; Rhino Wines, Via Peninsular-- ,
Its proprietor and after a snp|>er ol tUcUoa A Boch tec ohJl ...Bumborod In eonOCUTO Havana. Company.
ardor, and.ball bo lomod on tho Ut day of Imported. .. _. _; ___
many rood things we started out 'to anfl Domestic Ura ml I CM Glnsr-Riiin --- --- ""::' ''- -- -.....-- ;
March la ooch ,
<'loep4oC& Our attention. was, at first attracted 8oUoq a AntrperacnromovlnaatairfrainaAy year. > . "* Rout nAh ortvnraleA triolll New rWk -Florida'' Wpeolal. Florid and West Jo....
by a rumbling Bound which at dos r bitch. without the eotuant of the owner and Scotch. Whiskies. Umlto4ihloKo 4\Klorl Unified. and Dixie Flyer, r
made heart glad for ourlm.lnat.lon.t'n'ured shall bb.pu.hed U OO eon.tatlon b" a fir 01 not .
first our ..
oxcaodln$2\uiorby* Imptieonment' f or not more .; Schedules e.rvic
Quickest 'Superior -
up a distant than io'daye,or both. withl" , .
thunder and we felt certain that thelong BocttoB. 4. All don not claimed 8boon '
.. ...Vita M
rain wan about .to des at<< beln. Impounded shall bo oonvarod by the Information amorileihedu1e.,. -?roimuHtlie. IMirfU. ) Folder or .mQ1unl.
expected .
V
manhal ouUMe the town limlte and killed.Section J. CARR J.GKIRRLAND.
i sound upon us, but on approachingthe S. .MI I ordinance. or parts thereof InoonHlct wHTravTK1'aa Ait, F T.mpc. Fla. 011'.. "A.t.
place from which this rumbling herewith bad.the tame are herabx repeated. THE r C. ... W.". tA10. {
..we discovered aparty.wlthIn :., .FAMOUSBUDMER Geu.. i'srAst. \\'l1lftllltrl.or, C. ...... fraglnMg
proceeded Hoed flrot and .nd time and paneed in open
sea
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.
a I what appeared to be a lung alleyway e .ionthl.8th dftl/of "..nuary. ijg ; : : -
with an enormous wooden bull T. M. ;? . > '
,L 'in his hand; saw-hlm run forward a TTR.UIIBEBT.Jr.AttMt: . PN8Ident- of Council.. Cream lof'Kentucky'CarstaIrs' N

few paces and1 with a twist and a Cfcrk of the town of KUwlmmoe" City. i
,swing roll said ball over a- smooth Approv.d this 8h day of Jann.rr. A. D. IDoy. -1 Ryel .
!
surface; and the rumbling sound was .rW.. Mayor.ADERROLD.' the Town of ti Echo .T #
(Seal
?f explained. When the. ball !got to the KiNim.....c1t7. Spring, Rye t .

a, end of the alley we lust thought every. Lebanon Club Bourbon e b -S'
F thing was smashed to pieces for If appeared
to strike something at t.b.back Notice1' of,Application Far: Tux Wilkes County Corn

end of said alley and great big splinters Deed Under Section 8 of Old
flew everywhere. We then thought Laws i !! llnrvestJCorii .. 71UHOND :
of Rip Van Winkle and his dream Chapter' 4888, I BRANO.I,
and rubbed our eyes to make 'certain ofFl6Hda.Ne \ a?

that we bad not 'been' caught Io the >tle. I* hereby, given Ih1t Henry. H.rrell ; S/IOES
v' .same fix; bat the. words, ten-atrike, purthan.r of Tat Certificate' Mo. 71 dot :l i CHASE'S t ,
A. l>. ,lKM.! has ebd pall I I Irortlftuate BARLEY MALT
that thsfal day of Auamt ,
mad realize
and '
us we
were spares among those who not only talked 'but also used the JCogllsh language. law. Maid rortincMe. mbr.een- the fuiluurtOK 'MtlJJcd' eypecittlly'forlneilicllllll ''
rirMirlbrd'property alt:>avet In Oneoolt couuty,
,i Toe object. that attracted our atteniloh I ,
next was a man standing' upon Florida.Elf o.IAI4 owll.l..... .trfp ten yardn wM of i use,
a platform'hollowing at. the people w...t .Ide.In tteoH. 11 tp .' r">. OOllto ...&qf a* BEER
''and his flsUat them. ust If acne ,
shaking as
The rid land Soft.. .-.M bo wanted to .flgbt.. Not. wCahl jl"t.o the ..."....Ct. of.uth certtflcate the name of ,

I'get to turn mixed back up when In a street someone row was told about, me II\R i iaa.uhfoertnr.to.haltbe Warren! redeemed* CANADA, MALT\ Missouri, has sent us this j>hoto of a pair of Diamond

.th.tbe was just In a peaceful way advertising the nording t'dh to day law.tas-deed of January will A. D.Idsp iwrj.theroon. and other brands of Brand shoes worn 10 months underground where,
klpti of medicine which and seal this the 1.68
some Wlineii ray offlrlal .It oature $ PERDPZij -
WAf be proposed to.e11., Our fears having, 12tb day or, De,.., A. C. lots K..L LESLEY: :' Whiskey too numerousto ordinary shoe average about 6 wt"eIu'ZOur >
? {sea4j *
been dissipated by'this solution wet .
S Clerk Circuit CourtOeneole .... ; Diamond Brand
heavy. work shoes in
proceeded on our way. Strangers County, Florida J mention. are every
;kept passing and repassinguntil ,we BY W. 8. HARWELL.,, .:. '
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way as superior In their! class as are our highest grade
1, began. to think: that a ,new tribe, had r
j encompassed )he land 'and t.baUhe old Tax dress shoesr=.and we make more fine shoes than any other }
,' residents; had been driven our, but just Notice of Application lor the
:M this thought had became uppermost] Deed Under Section 8 of Whiskey 'Bottled in Bond House in cat.
in my mind, t.he.ml1lo2' face of'our --
Laws
,tai: assessor appeared in view and his; Chapter 488 y I ffIWQVD

,warm.. had greeting not been gave the assurance in that abswnoa. of Fjori a. Bass's -Ale Guinness's P. VO"' t
t e forgotten our. -,,. rata li''nerebjr' given mat r_UcwuyNaval Stout t8ks-
.' The Hon. E. :
A. broke In'"on 8to s.Company a Florida raoporatlon*
u our reverie some time! afterwards and I purchaser ol tax oertlneat Number **,
__ ; a general) meeting of those whom we dated ,the Tth day of July A. .D. 1KB, bfllod .. LOWEST '' WE MAKE 'MOpf.'FFNL' m
Nj'ANY
Bald eertlflcaut In my and PRICES BY THE .GALLON I SHOES
ad-met with In days of yore oonvloo- has made apnltratlon for tai deed s:1II1I Inaooordanoe OTHER HOUSe //v1 THE '
1 "...d -tb..KI.dmmee'.lot.eIr1'It.." was with law. Bald certificate embrace RYE from: $2.OOxp WCs T.
,till.ustaleed,, by those with whom we deeorlbed property iltua. > .'
'cad' parted., fed, NR In"Orceolaoonary.olewU, e.e.48.Tp268R17t.1-Florida, to-wlt; :: CORN'from: : $:2.OO.tap,

Snadar passed quietly and we Tbe said lands being...._eeI at tbe date of "" ,- .
per- -
-- .
r sunbulated: the street with a solemnity' off Ibelunaneeof Unknown wok eerttfloate' In the, name Gcr: : from 92.OOxp: : -- - ; '

_ ,fceoomlog to the oocasl n. Monday l lJS .OnieM. said ", IlIe.'. shall be redeemed ', -, '
'morning we proceeded to the court' aroordlne to law tax deed will true thereon. AND ALL OTHER LIQUORS' IN PROPORTION
.
'*" on the;tM dar of Sanitary A. D. IBOf. .
< :
bopa.se4witneesedsheAnal -
; 4>' sots of Witness my offlolalalcnator. and seal this. any n. +
"the old board of county commission the Both day of.DeoelDber A. D 1506. '"
_ ;.....' The new members were 11I0..' of 1.10. a. L. LOSUIY.

?,hm. on the ground looking anxiously O Clerk oasLCounty
i? \forward to tbe lUre when they :
t.turn .
ahould beoomemembere of Ih H. W. METOALF Co.
abused body. At the court. house weJOT Notice for Bids. .

-'ber'*.kindly greeted by county oflhjlall.f oaledMda will ... ieeel..ed br the Board' of AVE. ,
x -wa.Judge Johnston., .with bis eou.UCouuoo'--'to at chair iml ronilarnmt ORANGE :)ORLANDO, FLA.
usual' dignified demeanor, lookingyounger S. : Is be h.W on the Ito day >of February A. 0.15'T. 4
; and fresher than we had ever at le a. m. for the following npi>ointiaoAeeatowte

i' seen htm before.. 'Our efficient deputy dent of poor farm Superrleorof and.care of R panpera ada Superinton-and Janl JUG TRADE A .SPECIALTY /
a :;*lsrk, WV S< Harwell was at. his post. bar of the Court Hooaa. The janitor. Ale with .
'The saoae gentlemanly demeanor hie bid the onduraeineat of the offi yre ooeucrin
_ the omeee I. the Court H_ The Board IWeorvin ---. ,
alss< Ms old.. ----- ---- --
And
sfnduet as our *the right to nisei. any or all' bide. v.
'frlamd, *.. Sears was at his post as > Sealed bide to be handed to the clerk. of this
r+ of oM/: )l1"BuUook'al.o'.rendered; board by 10...... Februanr.eta 1SO7.Br .
K' valuable assistance In.connection. with A.the Dol.order.".1, the Board- tl 81t.b.day of laarr :BUDDED TREES !

I.d. J; bis business and our prince of law advisors rt; II:.L.LESLEY: Clerk
r 41? ,. Mr. Vane Agnew tendered II' By W.B.JOUN8TOri. D C:: IS..L'ESWORTH'NURSE'.RIE.S
__ 1the use. of hi. office while In MxrT5ltyand ,
At ..
1-Important freely. matters dispensed connected legal advice with the on ono Will pay for:the JACKSONVILLE ,. _

r.judicial department of-W Metier. Mr. $4 EvENina Ms-: *! CHA811k'CO.: .PROPRIETORS.. .j.:W, HOARD. AGENT.We .
: Brvantcheerfully rendered ..valuablecervioe TROPOUS until January; aejOL .w, purchased the entire output of the Crystal
will hare for next Fall, and Winter : HAVING
ready -'iretieral SiB
and planting '
on in
our visiting! the col- 1908., The-zulcke.: you 'send .in V : 'celebrated are now nositkm 7'' ,
Hector's olUoe"e were well to assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all leading-varie to offer this brand of whiskey all'ong ;
1. :.find that. we had selected" .0'able an your name the more, you get,for ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon' and as It lasts at the following greatly reduced figures:

.officer as Mr. Bandy to occupy that ,. your money. It Is not. often you Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from laseetpesu of any kind' '.. ,

.position.: . I get such a bargain in a newspaper. All budded., Our from facilities bearing for trees growing la our !groves stock and therefore are second true tojj to rcame. ". 4 Full Quarts. $3.20

t The new meeting of 'the board Address nursery 8 Full "
or cone and our tree are a. fine &a money and '''' years' ex* Quarts $ G. 25 nu

""in 'the commissioners meeting of the was tlewbo..d brought about of county'after OARTERo.'& RUSSELL, PUB.CO. perleoce don produce. We are Making a ipecialty this season, Of u I I 12: Full Quarts, $9.Op '
r. the famous California Valencia Late, which 1* destined to become t ;
'an unlimited amount. 'of caovass'Itog JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. the. !greatest money-maker:! In Florida. Out Valencia'buds- came' ail EXPRESS PREPAID . n ..

chairman and Mr.- MaDn 0ass was elected direct from the best bearing'trees -tte-dlstrlotnoir tam, u.1or Cr78t. Spring Sour hfaahis W'hl.ke ,, i
Should I '
attempt!. to name producing the.best Valenoias in California. .i- thoroughly '
all who welcomed us ana the many aged,mellow delicious and smooth as velvet. 'l'bIa" a,
r4 hearty handshakes received your .. . Write for prices'tP J. W.HOARD Qotha, Fla., or call and gee ourl Nurseries rare opportunity to supply= yourself with a fine high-grade whiskey ro

this paper would hardly and space for.. at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. < A :- \ -T.T"a+ MARIETTA STUKKT
9 artJ Je.
WINN ,A. J/IT1UELO Ci VU. ,AT1WVNTA. GEORGIAN i
Whlttler W.'L. ,
still dry. naturally. .If not "
a 'Otherwise. '' t.; . '8&NO VOK. OUR LATEST CATALOGOJl; '
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Psr.IOSAyt .xo aawoaow; "
Cane grinding was about o"el' when .. .
ti 'we. left. : .rj.: ,- rfWrfh rfti ArfWWWrfW Bk .ecr8t.lkathi6crihtrA..Ataac.5.alacaGta6t
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t .Business receiving as a ,rue'l.fsirshareofpictrr good,,our merchants .S-.Si..m.a: I CARLOAD CARLOAD 1 ,

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a 'rade. ..-.-. 1"i Pure..,. .
db ;The young orange trees have been .

?.w s. principally killed but the older ores HORSES MULE'S i
+ ,appear to have not hero Injured '. t I
,There k I
is our one memory noted character. Dan Prescott whichescaped Dlt.. J, W. SIMPSONDENTIST. I 1

was in Klssin.mee and ate ,dinner: at JUST 'ARRIVED T '(
''' ; the Lake House on Juesdsy.! He tojd} I I

us more' In fifteenV'mluu'< + could remember! the next'''ten.> lIe Is over > i.1j Where find Shield Brand Shoes '
the same Dan. noisy and full of life Orr IcE Hot7lts: t g a. m. to 11. m.1:30to Sunny South Stables I ITh.se 5 you ,
and anecdote. -+- 6:30p.. rL: it i:? a'safe place to I trade, because '
r0' At the Lake House'Mr' Benton: and Telephone Mo.'%6' Jun 6, 1 yr, \ \ theyar LSQld by reliable merchants.everywhere fa;
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family.were the single' exception enjoy in* of good Stetson blalt.bWltb who ... , Mules are direct from the farm young and well broke n tt ,Ee'sure to ask for ,4q

was 111 with fever fiat .this did 'not ...- j . The Horses are all well broken and good general f ffor'men

"management Interfere with, although Mrs.Bfnton the additional T., M. RIVERS P :yslclsa, M. D.and. ,8"0.. purpose. Horses. If you want a 'Horse or Mule., ;K er'sKing, ; :$ .50' Shoe.

Y. SeI cue was a severe call but\,that1 I lady I now is the time to,get a bargain.! ;
I renal equal to the occasions WITH, LIr5IIMr1MLaU0. : ,coMPAIT.PHONasOftlo. .. :/. ; t and you.will get.your I

I ; ...The latrst, railroad news Indicated ._ 'money's ,-worth. Made in 37 _5
# dot 41KlMlima Roeideaoe., e3 L. H. rif .
,rtoal a deal was made'' L INjGIAM. Manager
( ,; drr ; beluga which .., ,
would start. Whittmr 'Items > In that / ,aa.n .. : .J.. ,styles and all:: the popular, :
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: / direction afresh. Nmhing. more nor ;LeathersPatent Colt 'VICJ ..
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less than read was to be ..rt.ed h '
ff"V.. "jJ/rom Orlando by the lit of April. DR.IE8I.EY'W.,WEEDON..r "r Gun Metal 1, :3ox_,Calf,'etc.A. tc
\J" ,' > O. I1 C'a. mevtloir-rwlth his friend '

,'I'4" io i.i.'WherlfffWalker., should baves.promlnmmt (.P8JOIAlLlST., .), M.' C 'Riser Company::; .
>;J.r.; [ as lt.wa. ooeof,' the KEEP A COMPLETE OF ; .
UHE THE
; place enjoy .Y8. .... NOBM AND TNmT._ BEST JfdwrJjaofMfwr. BtrtatW.P.A ti. 's
'..... table/ oarts of CM trip. and .we were'irla4 ". ., rtiOaft
( .. \\ Mi heajr.t&at Oil' friend' Joe"" was Private Hospital, Amerloan National 'A"TLANT; CBORGI.II'' >Wor sa 1 ,,
'artviaejr-sucb. ,i "_-al satisfaction tot Bank: Bid fg, Tampa.. ,Fla.; ... r ar. ,
\ woo) had th.1 chNnce and ..abilityajsrieateale WHISKEY, WINES AND BEER. '
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