Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00279
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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.. So. :S-ys: .flewrnoy+, the .Wan:Who Was Founder' Pfesbyterian Church I. Heavy Damages .Awarded, ,, Against.I Cheap' And Effective? Atraneefne-noT .F., 'r'', 'e. e' . ,,:f All.' .Sorts'W ; '. I' ''"':,::1'

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The'..following R letter ',wad receivedby lie,. q, E..Jones,,one 0(' the best{ Ths,Tampa'Tribune)elves', the' following ''TheDlmei'ailts: readers are .well ., tNEW .')' ", \, '

Mr. :J. M Wlllaon Jr., 'from State:: knowoas, well a* one of --ttei-mofc report\ Of the Welles, case triedIn aware:tias.'alway: .been* :a consiiteni d", 1 . 'e: ,: ':TiiNGs.. : ii : >'tCalaocJ
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beloved ministers i'o South Florida, the United. States Court 'In Tampa of In. .. ,, . ,- .. ,'
Attorney John C. Jones on Wednes advocate Ifrigatlon any: form a"* set the I. ,'r,5(;; t '
day( and if whatFlournoysays' I* died suddenly ..'hi*home 'In:this :elt) Monday the open sesame to kucoes in connection / For .1"JY'Fi, ,

.. true and be nag really returped..Tom last Saturday afternoon .about., 3:30' "Verdict'in fsroc.of the'governmeotfor with"'the' agricultural pOssibUI- R 1-1 ... f',' ," .

'Tiger! bones to Florida,..a most sen.vatlonal 6'clock, $12,000; was brought into federal ties of .the'tttate but',at the same time : New \StandardFashion "I '
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episode will' now probably beClosed. lie and his 'family were preoarlo l court yesterday by the petit. J Jtirv In j it 1."lIl1Di: to 09'nfese to having; for; t' y, lpif

.', *' to go i to, 13srtow'on' the; afternoon the case of the United State. ,.. W.O. soo e lime., sort, speaking idea j. ". ', iMf<, ;
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train to visit. hl d&Ulh..r. Mrs. Leon Wellesa'wealtby; lumberman of Noc-j' .
In.the meantime this man Flournoy t.h.Ube beef V waj of 'applying water *>. ""

has rtc>eIYed 'an immense' amount of Bebb, and bad alj} !gotten ready 'anc! :JDeSoto: county. This' ca.'.has artificially to crops ,of enykind'wasby SheetIT'S "

newspaper notoriety which could not were sitting. nn the front porch waiting bM been the most Interesting tried" 'at the method. .known' .a.. subirrigations : Mefl'ssl "

for tb4 which 10 Ibis term of oouri. The United State (
# by any' meanit' construed' a* 'Compllmentary oonreyance was, j. 32 '
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.11"'"': to .himself, carry them to the depot., when Mr. was represented by"Dbtrfot-.Attorney Tbtre* 'ha.; however beeo. :some :'!J 't''''-,

"' Following is Stale Attornev 'Jones' Jones's bead was noticed to suddenly John M. Cheney; and .Assistant District doubt felt whether, owing to the looseness ,;: > A BEAUTY :x.STANDARD Woifcf'S : :!/f:

letter: : ' ... f.U.or.arel..d.. aftertwo. or. three. Attorney Zlarla. the former,making of the Florida! soil especially "),. : s' J

1 OHLANDO 'FtA.April 28, 1O7.- gasps, he was dead. the address to t.be1ur"/of" *government the high pin lands sub-Irrigation. by .. : di .'.J .q :'j' : Ldewit3P
,J 51.'Vrillson". Esq., Klsslmmee. Fl I ., :Mr. Jones was born'. In New York: while the latter aided in the mean'' ,.( .pipes of porous tile(the lt iIL.ti.ies. _' 'i .: :;:"1- '/"

Dear 'last State. about sixty-one year ago and : preUotetionoevMimoe. Witness .'.. usual ':h.L. Q tf ,Children's
Sir;;, I received night method adopted in other States;. . .:'i, .. \
letter, from joba,/'. 'Flo'afD' l.da !'educated at the ,Danville,Semln i ter witness was examined and several would be practical. ..1. .. .
Danville IC,., after which he day consumed in the -hearing..: (, a.wa. ,. .... ..,.. fiI c
April25th from Jobnstown, P.,1. I ry ; yen < >( ,Jt was/therefore,'.with, considerable' } q ::.;,.., .\
'which acknowledge my, letter .t entered the Presbyterian. ministry Through It. witnesses the government satisfaction that ... .I : .*->
a Time man this
,him .and states. 'that, he had. sent 'the', He came to4 Florida a'buuit ,twenty. ,five 'showed that Mr., .Welle had morning 'secured 'an. interview with : Wearr. : ,,.
I bad ,...rii. ago .settling' ', Khssimmee stripped sboul1.000 IroCI't'i of''Io..ra... 'c. "
of Toni. Tiger back ;
bone ,# i Capt. Ji E., Visage, on the. subject, who :P I ' :;
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."written him to .send t.bem'"W Dan. This was about the t.. railroad, meal land'of! ,timber, the 'government' :' .

''C&I'1t.oa.b.rur. ; of.St. Lucle county which was then being built* from Sanford showing the actual number of stumps has these beep lines making1 for a ''number experiments.of .long, ;j. ;.., H -' -_ :.-;;. .-. -e'S

at Fort Pierce,bFlour 07 did' to Tampa reached' this 'place,, left as ..yld.IIOO'ba' the. trees had I the 7ean.wblle'arowlDI' 'o.,., !to ..
celery for'
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not inform me' to whom be had ,ordered and toe t.own.was,Jn its Infancy there been felled.. Mr. Wells maintaios and the iaot that this b.cle.a ; J' ,.. j

. them, sent', t', .thought: he ;might' being only twit or -three. hundred people big lumber; plant at'Nocatee, and the from half an ,acre planted rear in thai i I .' '"j, .. '",
. ... '10 ''this settlement. '''Mr.. Jones oonteottoa'waithat' the lumber had op + ; ,ERNS '" .. "
.have selected, '10 .Pl. let "me delectable vegetable$1,102 may be taken P"A' : J..I; ; ,1 : .
"aDOW .., once.' entered at onCe Into his minister been' hewn as product for.lob II., ,
I as a proof that his experiments : KA
Very torul'loure"< work and In a short time was instru The defendant was represented. by ,Z ;;
have been of a.very practical and sea ll c llttdl.7G : ,
JOHN. C....lOHEII.I I m.eDL.1Ia building the Fresb/ieHsn Sparkman it Carter, of this olt..,,: and ces'tful nature. : Zf '

church, which now stands a* a menu by Tread well A Tread.ll; of Arcadia, ..'
Captain Visage stated that expert.meats .,. ... . . '. . 'j. ,.' .
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Moving Picture: Exhibition. ment to'hls Mal and Industry. H. W. A, Carter and John.A.. Treadwell
with porous tiling In ,the high .
nerved this church for:,a long:term of attending the trial for their respective
Great the I..u.saliad. as far a* he bad been ableto .
Slum of a City' or .1 ,.are\'aud afterward accepted a call firms. Judge Carter acted as leading ': '.
Dark of -will be shown on learn, been,, quite"owlDIr .
Side Life, ; .u
rfTennessee, where he stayed, about counsel fOil the defense and adressedthe .. .. .'

next. Friday night May 10thtogetherwltb'ft ,; Stchurcbee. Lakeand procedure Of the. pipe until they presented a car'.y.noISe". Yllls red, alas.. ..riotMec.w.u... ,' AIsg ''ti. RErrllor
and wa pastor.: at trial, all was stayed at one G. Pa ' nK w. sari Imerad. po., : 0.- I
magnificent! series of colored smooth .surface on, the outside. and an eon.trwcl.d, wltb ..--.. ..,_b. dMI ...-lw cr. '
Bartow and Sanford, tAU this. : point, while the jury was taken to De- exude-, .but, gnirwdaf.. tbwa. 'ibis -.......... yatraad serf '
vlewe'illustrating Niagara Falls loboth ceased to any water, that ,
I time he wa true to bill first love, retaining Bow county and shown the tract. :alleged I. tlr_boot saw -ult.,. N shah... Sir
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had solved the dfl iculty'onhis -- w.
summer and winter his home sod oraoKe' ,e at to have been despoiled;" >a. -... ..., ..... ......
Park and other places of Interest .In farm east, of tbe!''v city:, b,' usingboard I O mplrlana. arrisd.... la ...... ....
this place, which he had acquired bynduitryi boxes. ............ .Jf
,the United. States r. thrift- and economy, 'and A BLASPHEMOUS RAUD.; ; .Ii1: :.,
be'.exblblted Visage's
thou- Captain plan ..1* to dig I
There wilt also a
forward ...... .
which be looked to a* haven .... '
and feet'of ntoving, in a through. hi*)' land 'not more ...
I of refuse In his declining years.- Mrs.; Chep..* W aU....... DIMa,0 .. <
life site showing the flr'/oonapanles! than fifteen feet apws and two feet /
In this desire he was notdliappolnt- Choir y -
People AcalMBt Purer : ;
of a oltyon a run. a mysterious; I deep. Further apart than this, bstates
ed. HI* orange grove ;which had Longhman Fla. 'April 30th, 1907) MALSBY' MAC1-INEI{ COMPANY .
,wrestling 'malab., Mr. Subbub' experience been nurtured apd worked by" his thit there is .much difficulty In Y' .
! with the burglaT, the rebellions Mr. Harris-Dear Sir:: ._ causing the moisture\ to 'spread At l

. walking atick'and the.escape of own bandsthrove,him 1.0.oqul.and...prospered otnor 'propertyr enabllng There ha*' been 'ecel.d by Mrs the bottom'of each ditch, he lye ODe v .JACKSONVILLE- ,i r__ '.a_.. u.rW4lw,' ; 4.+,. :.22-!'.. *OQKAN->*" .in-.*??; .H.$'-t f's ,. t tr.

a Jail bird from Slog Sing, and the the ch- E.C. Wlra j. Jlnk. Jn.: .what. :Mca'lled Inch boards on top of which tie places) c
prooeeds-of broughthim'
-exciting chase by the BveTguards-the f..a,i'EterDfj Prayer Chain"a Inverted: shaped boxes constructed _

in a' competency, and abou with statement Of bleislngupon 1x5 1x0.The! boxes,. : .
' Juncleit chase. you ever saw.. Dqnt prayer a ; of or are buttedclose t
removed here from I
three .
ago r.
,miss It. ." years those who"ehall,write'it lo ninepersons up t.ontber.; but are raised from .. .. \

.Rev; C..M, Brittaln, wh& .1Ii' give Sanford with his family.. nine successive ,day.,< and I the bottom+ board ',,b, placingshort: :1' ... ,1
after hi here the
*" ".". entertainment, has recentlyht church Skwrtly return, ,, affliction upon those/ who shall 'not pieces of lath,beneath their:sides,thus .. ;J,1" ,1

; a' brand new Edison electric ; being without. ,a pastor again do so. It comes with the statement I causing, a: small aperture 'throughwhich D : :
called htm he decided D'tn '
and had
; : .rafte
ins 'together. with views, at to retlrerever respondent to duty'ao..U. that it':was sent put br. Bishop .Lawr I ,the -water'' 'can escape.;;. 'The fOld.1ill :'.. .- :
and will use the 'outfit ; nce, of Matsaolinsetti.. ; whole ditch is then filled 'level 'withthe'grouud ,
expense I ; ..
he accepted the :'pastqrate and . . ,. :. ,". \\jj\, ;; (,
la areligious work as well as to entertain .It.Is. a blasphemous and"dlstresilng +witti sawdust j'anddikjp' dirt "" < . ...

the'public. The,'proceeds of entered zealously Into the work.' He traud'snd has .;ram,and,again been I b.aoed.Oil. top"of. ''that. 'TnU,'of ., i', ., t; ,.t}.t-.. .- Y'H;. ,. 0. , '\ .,: ;; y ;.":" '
served for about ,wbsds be (- '\ / .. ,
: this entertainment will be used for the on.year repudiated by'Bishop1 juawrenos and course, produces ridge, at f first, ;but }, t" -: 'r; : \E._'" ,.. ', ;iI "J'h";, '\ ,>Y,
was forced to .resign 00 ,account, of t"'m'li.3 ": A. -- )
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'ohool library,and ministerial,educa- other Bishop of tbe'obtirob; In'whosename Mr..VHage says that ;in ." I laaredl. '. 'IJ' .
"OD. fating# bad health been, sal invalid for the past, two it has:been*'1MttCo out.', ::As this big .bort thoe' ae packing of the sawdust $. >fi fi in+ l't1 ''ro' + lil l /, "" ''p.W j :, ftt..I. t.r.\\. 1<\

f': Both old and younir will be. highly year.:In his deathlhPresbyteinanchurchloses an link.was'postmarked "Ktsslmmee" I brloe.' the .surface< dirt down to .b' ,1".T! ., .; . .
entertained and.amusedM'the. eKolthur I anable.ealous, .mlnl terand: wish to ariv U the widest, publicity the right! level and that experimentshave I can ;getthese, :dt our_ [pattern, cdiiiitcr," I'.
: mysterious and'buIDorO... motion Kisilsune.that. toe people shall' :'not been'made: with'the'.ditches' half .

:pl urel', sire the.State eltlsen.loses, ran upright: progres l>:e' v Imposed'upon.< .:and' ',sensitive I filled With" .sawdust.but* there' has soon' Pace ip, antl:: 15: cents. .' ,' : .M.

'Prlce-of admission will be 35 cent* and devout'souls... perhaps,;troubled, been trouble owing to,the, ere vices be- \, :
The funeral servicewere' held in
Hor adults sea IS 'cent for ,.children a* to what\ should be their;proPer attitude heath) the.boxes. : becoming choked'withsaod' '' '''' 'C ''1'-\ '
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the Presbyterian church at 2:30 o'clock C '
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: toward It.,, . N"
between 6 and 12 years of .age. No the Rev'. K. .r. i., ,
? conducted by pastor J. i iNut.t.lDjl 1
barge,for people:offer 60 or under 6. Mas E.. 8. CHAPMAN, .:Asked as ..o/.h w long.boxes I of the 1 -' '
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j assisted bf.Rev's. C. M.Brittain'W. ""t.. .'"' "" ' : 'I'Jione: 14: ' KTd'tMMES : <
; kind ; ;
l'' A. Myers and, -J. IJ..I described would last; Mr..Villageaid .,1' ;. :p'rLA' ; .

Orance Prospects Improving.A ' AMiss iatmch Party.' the.. first but, in, were now, I . , ,r
Moon, after which, followed by a '' -' .r .. .. :
Bla.slngame. !"gave 'a launch seven yeah old-;; and that they were t < '
few weeks it freely of friends the : .
ago wa predicted concourse re. .' ;
: that this season's I mains conveyed 'Rosebii: party Wednesday, evening In honor ofber''guest jut about new which
orange crop were .to' John B.
Stets [
would' Indicate. that'tble "liasj the f University
. *" Miss Howard'which;, was : C;
in.this. section would be practically oemetarr,lor:-otermenl.' ,
''I. proposition
highly ,by all who were' so a* satisfactory as'co'ild. ,
ell, a* it wa. thought that should the The deceased leaves a, devoted. wiseand :

rain"now otime it would be too I late for three daughters; '(Mr*: Leon fortunate'' tq attend, bedetred. v *. I'CiUIt', COLLEGES: "AMD. .FIVE. 'TECHNICAL. 'SCHOOLS.TT ... > ""
(Some of : h./area(. advantage, ...* ,
the trees to bloom this'season.Since .: Hebb of Bartow, and Misses. .Uet.ij 'Thepleasurek-towerer. wtyi ; ome- " < ,Fw DktAND FLORIDA .
the local showers began .'tew and LUCI-'oue.) to ,mourn, ,their I Irreparable what marredby: aa ,aoq1dea' to' the this form ol irrigation are that while '

, weeks 'ago; however: public opinion loss.Tits engine of. oomml..loo'whe.a on the launch, which four'miles'put It but reach the roots,moliture.of the. all planta danger are enabled''of: 10.ld.1 to . .Affllinted With UU.ivefS.ftyof; 'Chicago. .. \

I on this subject undergone, deL'ldd -
has Lifelera: from town,beoMaltatinfC the ret.ura.ot a hot cud shining on.'the,' :'wet College .f Literal Art.. -The Mkndard'i. .r. thoM o/ the ttnlvenilr'of Ch olao.' 8l i4<
: changeand it' is now practicallv .on'.(nulu.UM rca" T. ( *, (,,.aa both t.e&aoD..d Cia..... Me lb.. u>d8ot "'
Is avoided wwi m w
certain tb twe'wiU have muddle"' has''started' the public to hepartv in two small rowboau:, ground and the top surface! : oa etaloc. .
,.. and ,should favorable ,seans thinking; The wonderful success that which,they happened to' have along, of the land can at '..n time.bekeptloose : oat Coltp..amlll&\lOD.-Oradustye.ltlilscoUep. . : ,srosdmltl.dtopractice_ ;. -aw_ '- yi.pao;I wtea.A 'i r

I has met' n.Il.I'd'. 'Borebouod Syrup; and a*': the boats: ''were'' ..01De"baror by; cultivation; instead of being Collge of TcltiMlo[ r and School of M.clia.l ;Arts.-YMJ..lo&Ii.. l CiTll. .ieetrl sat

> come'from now on,we will J'v.a In ILl crusade on cough, Influenza, wded they did not reach the dock 'packed down, a* is,tha case where the eqatpm( :!and- M' oualTrvlulu, 'ooor% >!., Ladlog",,,'W d-meu." Fine:now r. bundinl.I v f' fairly good crop. bronohlttsj\ and alt pulmonary troubles COII... of ... -:8.1 1.. 'l. all 'branobe.
ia M. : < llj1 tiookketfil .bf.u. .
'" water from the:Idp. *:
one1> : : ; :
.Wherever a .good;: ruin has fallen -ha* started the public to think. till. about o'clock:In the morning.: Is-aoplled Shorthandudd. twrlilng ,.ItctlT.: IB, otberDopwrtmuU? Lean 7.oiUtT and: ,
ae' ing' of this' wonderful preparation, Thote''com'postog, the party Weret Another; Advantage! Of the system .04100. MUlulnc* -" -, '

bloom the orange tre '; now. white 'with with They are .using it.: Join the procession Mesdames C'. M. BrlUaln ,and F. ;C. practiced. by Mr,:VUage, which shouldeapeoisllj ,IUob"P.'teP7",Cbl."o Ac.d.rGraduals'.Dd .111.... (Jta.a, _II.props!. lot eater'1larvardY.le. ;: ,'"'
and the scented
airj and down with ilokpess. Price2Ac30o appeal io.the"general far ..._>i .<. Mo4.l SVchvol.-I. KlDdercarteitla-l'u'own'bolldlnir' ;"> 't, 'rvima/v Lint
| 'th'elis ''promise cf.. an Bryant, chaperoua Mfssee Blaeeingame arammwj .twoi. la .M punt. balldiii, oio .ohoolf
perfume, giving : sea 1.00. Sold .by jiober.soil'.l'Aarmaoy. : that'fa leachers. . 'fb. npeoUllr, prpw'rreblbelo. l t
Howards ..MOOD'.Dd and IDf'rs. & .nooutlay: of
abundant harvest' ofigolden' apolee ,,..,.),.. } EJntch; the 11I..10 8c.ool....A 110.m0pipe\ ; ..OqaD. doted'pla.oe.; separate rbelldI l : Isfg.tseutT
money DeOe8'arl for installation .
+ .
.r -- Messrs' ,-Lupefer, Gilbert, ,"Stanford &, trough otmr* (.tudy. ', .. .'1
unless''. the?.'drought continues and 'I McDanid-Gottwallcs. .., of the plant', butrthe purchase of thenecessary Art Sckool.-l .w uudlo. pant. putt nodal.eIcI.. 'IF' rn

..*ue* 'the tree to shed the, fruit* I ., ,P ...booID 'Mr, Joe McD&Dlel'.od- I..' Dana' .It'This boy being able to construct the .II)'N C41ato...Harvsrd.Yale. Dan.aColambla\ 'tOI'O.&o,W....-If"'" Logy
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nBtoodhonnds eo.Usree ka"", UDI. 01 "''I. .. .. DeDO"' aDd CI&Iae.O.I..I"-.'
for County. GO\low.11M sprung'somewhat, of , : It ,would seem that, the .experiment. a bee.1 ob..a .'Ua_I, ;l'
i.'Sbritr jy:II. Walker ''went over to'DeLand surprise, 'on their many'' frl.od.-.., oflQoe has 'received from ''Mr.F.flk might be tried on .... small scale by Lg.lslnedgWswsdowrislptfatlop. ; .r to.pi" __; .. "....'funlaIalqp. ..'.I 1_ r a,
"' .Dcl..s""'I,Uti Field ... ?
last Friday and brought. :.backW Sunday morning by getting :'together ; Woodham; the expert peaob)i anyone oYtolo<<'.. plot of land large g.ppa"u."dI ou...:..Id q_ rwlmm/ug. you'. vowia ruun. and. ether lanais D.wball'dlamo.d. fo,.... .-.4f...
pair'of 'fine well trained blood.' a few of their Intimate. friend. and grower of4Osaeola'county' some ripe enough to'grow a few vegetables'upon, womsw. loa. iarwrhba.abrle. ,.or CIt....,..".. Plu,,,, S.osriolagrwYla.rolsg,r sand 810"1" d I.
who Is already supplied with the .. ...I,.... .......ID. aD4 shop; .1eetr1o Uthta,'.lwtrle b.Us. saam'besl. ._
amore wd
hounds;; which he purchased from going around to the.Baptist parsonage ; peaches front his'grove avKareooasee.Mr. : .Clow,of water,Tampa Times.necessary ._d..broad .. ....p..1.. .bnobbel'7.'" Ina' aelat Illarsrp. aD..Dd.. .....U., '

,BberUrj j !Jack Turner, 'of Volulacounty. where"they were 'quietly' .. 'married" Woodham,.f. usually, among, the . ';''' .' '' 4" .' bewUlulasd. OI..M.DDfltLiPMIoD.: .sii._..,--'1ada&IaD....10.sad DOt.rtaa. Ieaol\ia.<" ,..s. . 18'.1: .a tor

,: .: 't'M",commissioner) author.tzed'Sh.r1R ,b/ Her:, d. M.: Brlttatn: fir6 shippers: of, this fruit to the ,, Do. ,,Yow: t,.ore: Foe ostatop, Yle....foiert" and Ltono.Waf addwa 4he Yre.laest? tor

. Walker'',.to purchase 'a ,The bride. and '":ooin' are' among Nf W'' York;market and usually. ,gets your; 'baby P''' Yon- 'wonder: 'why'. he ': LINCOLN'\ 'HULLEY" M ,'

'p..h'ot., bloodhound some, months our most' deservedly :popular\ people thv top notch price.: Judging, by .the cries. Bay. a bottle of White's. .Cream '.*'. ,,, '. ...Ph"'S'... ,

'.ro, but he had been unable to locate and p large circle of friend-will"V..l1'I' ample sent us be is .not likely to,bedle.pPoIDte41 Vermifuge and, 'b. will never cry. p.LAND."FLA.I.. .

:Any fore" until .he' fond/these: ; fl zptte'fa; *.aWlDd1oe0, the'",1I1"U'.'rom',tall Most babies hare worm, and the .. .. wMOMey' .

.They' are, both )'QuQC' dog: well' .thew most hearty. congratulations. and first shipment this j..r: .j I mother Vermifuge don't rid kDOW.Wblte'the shield 01'* Cream worms . ,, 'A T .'- ,,-. " < ,.f"/ ,:'' 1I1BR'O
Money 00000096.0000
trained, and were'' purchased .at a cost. best. wishes. '. 'r and clean out Its System Jn, s pI..... ::1. .to! .

b( 1100. ,' . t.". D-' ia 1 a:"::'--.r.;..;.._" I! succeed it ,YoM' QoiPt: ; 'and" a ant bottle way. ,Of:; Every this. ,mother> should i keep ,We can'+save you ioaeb"by :w;( ;ViIi BlDri'c.:

},. ,Bloodhounds. .' :'.have proven ;Very > :uaa....... the flrst Lime use Berblne .. medicine the house ..,. .. :
will .instant The With,it/ ear need enter her
.. relief
I useful in' apprebendhg'criminals\ ; in ..;'hIt..t--..sad ..rY: ._._.....u....._..._.. .: ,:'feY eat you liver .regulator.' A positive great cure*! dafDd :' Price .:" Sold never. by; Robe. tradlnQ'wi{ : .w.ENN us, ; :" : .' < : .t.::

other places, a* well as having:'a deterrent 'p! for constipation, dyspepsia, malaria. .on'. JPharmaovw) '
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effect upon crime...J E.. tte.r -- 1". ";.' ,. hills, and,. all liver complaints. Mr. . 1 ;hS : ,, ;': 'K( ..E"""R'SI,

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tU*. i ijoPropel17! for alee ,' s .'ft..I 1 Is a sure cure for constipation and who were with us hi/one deep "Borrow, ,/ . fu 'h.NQ .
1 |' nnless'ale made. parl.alt !Yh malaria fever,. which 1s substantiatedby we wish a*' a'fajnlly to return 'Oar ; .: ,' "/ + , ;";' N e:
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iFr + s"'" "L ,forgot that It'was $unda,. :But otherstps PICKPOCKETS, WERE .... .

e _. . ___ __ were beard( and Iii!: jweatore of .
.- ,- .' \ the night slunk away:;, Gentry Reaped 'a' Rich in Florida ;
I \\ Katharine: knew' bat *114/ was till at Harvest at Jamestown-Osornla'. I)0lngs .
tllNE the Weftrolinter end of the Kpbnnk-

'lC"d R.e" went bm-niiai* th .'*rent clock struck. Cemml.sioneir a Victim. :,

jl -. 7J1 # Ibe Quarters and the hours apparently Returns from-the operations t.I I to .... .... ...... 00.... ... .... .... ... .... ..... ...... .... ..... .... .... .... ...... ..... .... .... ''I}'!
: .. quite close\ to ate? ,:.
r i ..:I... r .............r-................... # t'.V She: remembered that she bad been pickpockets during the opening 'day'of Claims, All for RoosevclC: Judge Swayn Naturalizes. Jap. ,
4 By WALTER BESANT. : very near lo. Heath- shameful the Jamestown exposition are being A naturalization case, .which m.ii\; \!

. .............................. n-icked, violent cJC'alb-Ule death of received by the Norfolk- pollce.There Apropos,the recent,viait.ot Assistant; become of 'national. \ )

Fl '%_ n.-r. . .- rr those whose wlj-ked hires have driven are many casesof, < 1: course which will Postmaster General" Hitchcock to this been decided by 'Judge; Charles

them to dpiipalr. One more step and never be brought toi+ the & state and -hhu.conterence with..uanyof Bwayne of the United, SLatea ,
r'o"_ ...:.3 lib.'ouJ,1! bav4 plunged Into the dark' authorities.The Powh'atan Guars
.- .'. and l"al'III'tIp' the the the leading Republicans of'T'orlda, court at Pensacola: Jt Is .that bCTaneamutsu ;'-
waters rushing
--tit- ... 'III stream with the tide. K.lie tried to picked up many drunks'and",; quit a among them< .Hon. ,,Henry 8. Chubb 'Matauki: ; a .eubject ot:#"'\

Is t picture to herself what she had escaped bunch of auspicious characters. receiver of th ;'United 8tatee'land office Majsuhltr;;, emperor of Japan whonv\

'i <* CHAPTER XII. 12. your lover In a moment, and all. your ; she! recalled Lll.v'n words( ; she W. N. Mitchell, a Virginian' by In Gainesville.and chairman. ot the-'court'granted naturalisation, pay<3$
x sorrow shall be over. Hold my band time dead birth, president ylitbe ,
thin ,
- Continued would IIIIVE'llC'rll, by a the Republican state 'Central pens .to', a )
,. and run down the *tci>'" with mo.Qulrkl <<. mission to the exposition: and +
1 I' 'We shall, imt go on being driven Hold mad hard- body rolled over and over, knocked Qulek '
with whips. Katharine*, .because we are Qulekl"ruse against the piles. of she bridge& caught1l friend of President Roosevelt upon Mr, Chubb relative to the statement of ''Ja .ane.. to citizenship. The JaI>>:"

f Vt going to die* 8hsl! we lee killed by tbe harder.drew Kalhdrlne to the steps, cry. l the ropes" or barges, b.nrrdO'lIl1llCt ; was 'relieved ot his wallet norusing : made through the press-that ata' Is employed b,. the jcommandant, otf,

i black fog ancl.tar".Uon' Or nhall vre lug out to her 'to' hnaten.. and to held : "the boats. At la'"t she ,woulll $66, while on a trolley caren recent meeting'of the 'leading n- the Pensaoola n>/y yard. According, ';
have been picked 1W1II.1I'III'U'j| j vo route to the exposition grounds,
die a quicker way? .Think of anotbet fact, and''dmUKlBK: her down to therlvf'rL .lip publicans It was 'agreed to stand bySecretary to his statement he came to the Unl r,
ono would! !tare rei-ocnlxe/ her; and So deftly was the ,work done that, '
nlgUt In such a fog and without Dllt- | tb rlue'wai' too weak to rrslat burled fib the mis.ed"until Tart for the presidency at ed'' States from Japan sixteen years,,,
the wallet the
mer beside us,' Katharine the repeated And all was .not ...
mentally and bodily. the national convention."That and made his declaration before.'
But ,
out paupern corner foriffltlon forever: owner" had occasion to Juto It for ago
,- "think of .another night go
thick black fog
around lier lay the : statement absolutely Incorrect United district court of the%
like revnon.rpfunen to was the State
lir.ngtnatlon, sights ,
In tbls wall of darkness '
like a forUnm! 'responded Mr district of :New York'1! Novvmber :
work to order miles It is by promptly eastern' <)
; R. C. Parks of North Carolina I
Still,there was no answer ? ld ': tbljiUftiot It wouldbe ,, ifmaking. '
llftmtter j-oii.rver strong: food The words site Te(' lled Chubb. "The reporter was either nils- 2 1802.' 'First papers were la- '1
and ,
"Katharine( she stooped J to be I"nt.'np in smell. an Inferno a.Dlinte' ...loud, bitter- and vindictive
bead-"Katharine! arE yon dead .., In a thick Mick toe,, a' rturkliomi' and the picture she. conjured'Up'ron1'tyetl complaints over hiring purchasedfrom Inhumed or was indulging In ro- ''sued to him at tbat' time ,notwltn-
yet? Are yon so hippy as. to be dendf"Not 'wrapping'you'round'as with nhorrible ,. to her roul In her exhausted a aLr.nger,2.COO.. the Civ niance. The Republicans of Floridaare standlng'tbe: t.t't that there-appears to. >

I with we were. dead.. Oh! Lily cloak: from which there was ttate little iv.ore !than a trifling nddltlou Ize '. Bank building, on Main street unanimous and enthusiastic' far be some doubt as to whether a per-J

-IJIy-:how long-bow long Will IK "C'ope" All day long those 11'11'18h.IJ to her misery', Wlien one Is on the, the, skyscraper1' of which. 'Norfolk U the renornlnutlon, of President Roosevelt son of Mongolian blood: can become )

DIttuier never comet The sent is cold;: been sitting such n tog, without rack n touch! of toothache''ivould'belittle and so proud.' Tbe story o( Parks'is that and are now considering no' other a citizen of this country. necentlywhen :
lie 1* ao good. lie took off his coat'a'nd and before them they heardi-nnd hecdejl. She hvuU1erc recognized Jap" filed his credentials hiIt ,,
food; turned and slowly Vropt'"awn.v: The he was standing on the street admiring candidate, as begs as the the ,,1
laid it over tne, lttmrr In very. "goodto with ot madness 'th* bureau of Immigration. ',
now saw fyr who
.." !I ffrent clock struck; I three*, Lily was the building wh.n"a' well-dressed greatest president ever occupied >u acola, the '
Bhe B was; light=beaded! ; exhauitlon and rush of the rh'pr.'hlt'b out'ot flip would r mercifully ROIl- lost now an well as Dlttmrr' She was and most pleasant spoken ,man approached the White House." 'Ot the department; of 'commerce and" '*,)
-tAke them <>K, ,
I. cold made her forget where she was" ; land tbeui:-. the foot''of tbe golden quite alone In the world and pennlles him with the remark that ""But has 'not 'the present! ()occupant labor'directed a Letter to.Clerk

Sue thought she wm itlll on tbe bench I gates Hut tbe fog was gone. Jbo black& wall I he owned the'' building, which h, desired of. the White House stated that he" IIInot Instructing him fau take up the Malh"1"

In the park: waiting for DltUner to ...Qul..k-\.tb.rln.-Quldl: Don't let
rome back. 1 i !"I I know not where .wandered.. <retl-- pllcatlonJ: The clerk bad no.authorityj; |

'"She Is faint with hunger," said<< Lllyt Tbetoglitted) a" little,, suddenly? ot was no moro beside those black that he would<< take $2.000 for the dent Is an' honest,' *. to take such a course "although thodepartment'made -<

flib\llI.tlocUVE'I! ttit her pocket Th.erA) tnl.} '1II0mf'nt.f .." waters, but alone the etrgetssilentnow property; parks was much Interested I an3 mfuut every. word herald; In11./ : the statement In the':

wee In It a rough crust t.r; the last of the Before the girl" stood, a figure block and &deserted nave for the occasional and after being shown through the statement on election night Hut the. latter under the/::law'' ''a subject, or J-J"

I. threepenny-worth.-of bread She'ga v : Ind,I'C'aunt.; which stretched out two step of the policeman. It with lestrange corridors ,offered to give Sl.&OO.. The Republican'party ani'the American, pan' cannot beconan\ ; 'cltlc.en. -,'
of tbe
to think great city
'It _to Katharine, wbo devoured It long ''and with harsh and / who the name demand' referred to
,,. nnK. snld. 1111 IU four million of people asleep stranger however gave people l president for the The: matter' was ,
.greedily. strlJent6Ice:' .. of II, L. Holmes declined to accept grtihtfd the ptperaj
,"Are better dear Do you) think and Its streets empty. Even the worst next four years, commencing jMarcb Judge Swayne who !:
you '
Tot this
1 that you could Blond Do you think 'l\o.. my.d'afl'jo time'- you itnd'tlievleko' don'tsThen the hour of 'JhiiocenceMlieDevil should pay $800 down and be 'accord great ability to completethe lattod that Mongolians had never befcjj
that you,couia'walk. a littler ;'I I'It :lhy loosed her hold of Kntharlna's : tbs morning/ It 1 III .necessary -
"wheret? a '- : hhn olf Bleeps. No ed a long length of time in which Panama canal, strengthen the rate prohibited\ from becoming citizens ,rot
band mid) threw out her arms in
.¬ far-I should think about a>gesture .bopelessnens.) .._ one met I lie girl as. cue' walked alin- to'meet the deferred payments bill, enforce '{be pure 'food law and this country: and U the, law''' had contemplated :J

belt a mile. Tbl time I know that fran Ohl" slip
find my way. I nee it In my bead lire and'lie will not let na tile.". or feel) or look forward or dread anytbliiff. peeled the $SOO off bit roll and hand. lions' and it if now fully realized, not I Including: Chinese would

every.inch clenr aa it tljore\ w(>ro .no Them she turned and fled leaving Sue: ftink; on a doorstep' and fell ed it to the affable stranger. who only by Republicans, but by a large have been unnccrtulry.. It Is believed

fog though It leas black as night." Katharine: slope, '. -- asleep, ttynlu. made a precipitate retreat. It was not army of Democrats, that therrf Is 'no that the department of Justice.! or request | I

"\Vb.-e. Lily? Do you meanshe At five o'clock) IIh..'wall awpkened'hythe until several hours latert 'that the man In America so (ul.r..abl.! and' so of the department" f commerce I"

trembled,: ahrow; and .stood' betide .CHAPTI ER Cl1?. Tnu<> of a policeman."Come .. North Carolinian learned !that he hacl'been thoroughly "equipped, and with such 71 and labor, will direct that the matter -",
r ber friend-'Mo you Inlu"U -" ," he said not unkindly, "youmustn't swindled. '
I c THE Moitxtito.Kfttliflrlne sense of patriotism, to complete the be appealed to the Uplted att"i'clrellit
I Is the Embankment dear. That sleep 1II"therPfotl., you know.
lathe' place where women go to end stood for a moment tnpc. > llavon't you got anywhere to go?" MISTRIAL IN LYLE CASE. work, as Theodore Roosevelt, and court of epp4'aand\ "from

their sufferings. The poor woman ,who fled: In front'of her shadowy, like n' She trot up und.besan to IUId.rsC.nd( people and the Republican there, It Judge Swnyne'a decision It!

lins :'Jo.f her'Virtue' ; the poor ,hirttmekerwho ghost.- rose this man, gaunt And tall: what bad happened. Another day was !arty are going to auk President sustained to the'United Suites. su-r

has lost lier place; the poor by the lifting pt the fog she MI\V that coins to begin; I she "bad pent two Two. Jurymen Stubborn and Refused Roosevelt with great unanimity, to preme court 'Ii''

t 'lady,who'can get no work; that Is the he was in tatters. What was be tlo- night In I lie street. Another day! Ind I to Listen to Arguments. modify his determination and accept "I

place for'all' of us. One plunge and lug on thee' steps In the' dark? And .\ << s ip lind no money. Another day Just after noon Friday amlstrial the preidency for another four years. Announcement ban been made that/

It L-all over-all thi> sorrow and all Lily one tsotir.'o. ' -ob I how long?'' I was declared in :Ware county cou..tat And under such coneideratioae )towcan the Pensacola, Alabama and Tenns- ,
the (11 .ppolntmen(.*' ':> you don't." b ,.ald to her "I "I have nowhere to go' 'she said. Way cross, Ga., In the 'ease of H.K. President Roosevelt but eventually see railroad which, noV extends from,|}"
"' thought there'd be some of coming with, the murder of ;
"But after lItb'Aft.r you "And 1 have no money."Won't Lyle charged
yield to the wishes of the Penvacola to Muscogie'a distipee: offt
along -utght. 'I* It'hunger working pea I
death I .11I111 'utc"'hTwe home to bill Wife and baby last January
you go your >le, which means 'that.the public wlll about thirty 'mile. northwest, Is ton
'lt1s the fog, or ii It >
upw remorse apd
,AJ were forced to the Embankment""Lily friend" l be foreman ot: the Jury declared
enjoy four<< more of be extended to Mobile and that/J+
d.lIl'alrr'Kalbarln years great. national -
I am afraid. It will "I have no friends. to the Judge that ten members of ; .Ji. I
cold""We ,. made no reply. Where.' I prosperity?" too In a very short tme. betnC .; !
verdict and
: tbe11' stood fpr ,
shall) not feel. the cold one bit. oh. where waa Lily' She did not look :n tbe. least like ) --- of directors of the road been callrd -
two for ..another and that the two .
Think of another night! 'Think of thereit "It -It'. hunger.and. the foe you'll ,most of the girls,.who have no friend" I members declined to listen to arguments The state board\ of pardons hat l>y President Henry ,Mclaughlin to&consider :!

t"t of the dayl Think' of .day after fret ever It when you've had something "Haven't you got any money at all? ranted a condltlcmaljjanlonjlc! !Joseph _1Le'ruattcEtiof; rnrYlpS{ .
toenLJL _. __"I.Jhaveijno.jnoney. << and<< [ no jfrlendijt! 1 In the matter. : ,1h.f.SJ.
I. ,
lme-you'lUg .
; lktbl.t.K.thllrhll' shellt tension It Uk '
-day- and work. '" ""The"-foreman charged the jurors' If. Curry: itf'Key ltestl was con .weiJ i) kno"n ); I'
110rd.lIIl'-..nd. Carne'* : "- UIIN! to,hunger( ., I'm"always luinitrj-" 110 J
with having made their minds before victed In tOG of uttering"forged Instruments' Mr IfcLaiigblln Is almost the, sole
Abe dragged Katharine away, vrtlk-( "Who are you T Let me'go-let me Then thus polleemnn looked up and I ot
... and sentenced to owner of the stock the company
entering the Jury box, and claimed arrve
down the street ,
lag with the strength of mndnent go. suspiciously as lIIt'ftdo "
as three: hr who run tSe Vtbft :
In Ibe and it la will
ot' that In favorof years .Late lrllOlI."The
\ this lie who about jcorninlt a they were prejudiced
fist as her trembling friend could<< fro,. tray, then. replied are very
sometimes burryljyr! : tier, sometimes en- for she made 'as. 'If she would rush bad i action. There Vns nobody look- I the defense. board was Influencedto, grant this| par. ''I >ugh to;,.Mobl .

y oiiraelng, .her sora.tlnies, reproving at the river- not thls.'tvay. Pretty 1 ing; there! was nobody stirring yet: no Judge Parker dismissed I the Jury\ )', don by'a petition .Iped by 'the sena- -

,lie>r... Don't, do Jt. Have jMtlence. .Lord'if! one would believe In the bar word of and declared that court'' would holdover (or and representatives' Monroe Former Governor Jennings ,isdPresident / 1\". not how abe round her 'way you'd gone through! as much as I have. tbe girl unsupported by any corroborative > until next weeks, and that Lyle ,county..together wltb the county and LincolnHulley of Stetson |

or"by what strange trick of brain she ,you'd half patience Don't do It." vldence{ he would neve
4 was enabled, to go straight to tbe Embankment As she spoke, the blade wall of tog found out: he did It. He put his band men were for hanging Lyle-and' two a large number of, citizens of Key In 'a .hotl lobby at Tallahassee,
;; at the point where beginsat rolled, between them. again. Katharine : In his pocket and produced a gbllllnjra were for Ifle Imprisonment -., '" \'e- Curry .-w.- city clerk\ ;of 'Key few,, days 8'0 Ttfe' trouble was' over!

Westnilnfter Bridge: betook the *torp away under Its protection' coin which is of much greater Iiriportancc I West at the" time the crime was c.ommilled. -, a' movement In the to se-j
shortest vray' through the park andlelong'Oeorgeetreeturver but the heard 'him repeat as she retreated to a policeman. than to, you 1..I..r. '
I CREDITED TO THE.. "BIO STICK. The pardon, doea not affect cure, an amendment unlyerlslty's
'!' : "Don't do It, Pretty. Have dear rl'.d..r-at' least I hope no-and .
halting or '
: him in the:county: jail for charter to the board oM
patience." u M he> placed this shilling ,In Katharine'sband. '." II : ; sentence prevent
'lIel1rUal-1far;; a .moment morethan "
; any
If It bad been a day of clear It Is now 'nothing but a memory of .' '' Honor. ef Peace Treaty.Accorded. to otter. oll'enceJL .: trustees perpetuating* lueX: V1<. Ilel
sunshine. the past but sometimes the ."ion Toddy by Nlcaraguana. -, was passed and<< clash : ]
brilliant .. Yet she bad, before ; gaunt and "Tberer! he said.* look as. if the folowtd
lost ben way limply in crossing tattered! figure ef thl* man bolding, you were. to be pitied. Lord knows President Zel,y'a of Ncaragtia""naa! The gunboat Gloucester the vessel The combatants .> bfore ]

from the corner of tbe railings. to the out his) bug arms between her and<< who you are or what you rebut given to Pr.*lJent Roosevelt person which became famous .during the either bad suffered matt-rllly. 'ij

Buckingham Palace road; the river returns to Katharine's mind there! get ,tometlilng to rat at any ally the credit ot Laving brought about Spanish-American war, baa been tonal 0 -

TOnly a,few minutes now dear. Oh, and sta d&np before )ter: she sees him rate." -i. peace In Central America In the following ly' launched from the Spanish,,natal The .two-story Jail bulllll at'Cbp! -'

Katharine dear we Miall die together blurred,In, 'th* fog.a'nd the dim lampIlKbt Then bo marched stolidly away and, telegram: dock at the 'navy yard In Pensacola ley has been Ore and a
we' will not let of nets otb...'. :, Ab"*" bears his voice tayinx: "Managua Nicaragua. v\prll 2b.-a 1
go I( Katharine eat'.down again upon the .where she bad.been for several weeks one prisoner Henry Berry,.,* white
bands, Remember than Toe water Don't oo It. Pretty. Have' patience." doorstep and burst Into tears She' hud President Roosevelt: Peace signed undergoing repairs, Tile trim little man. ,was burned to death. The.Jailft,

will roll over 11'. and la a moment Who was tbls man this failure and not wept through all that long nightIn day before yesterday- (Tuesday) atAjualapala. tighter was badly damaged during the i was with prisoners and is ftbelieved
'we shall be dead and all will be wreck manhood and why did he I & I
over. St.'Janes' P.rk-tO' be .ur., she I thank your excellency September hurricane being they started the fire In order fl
win lurk In tbe blackness blown ,
Yon not ,die alone We shall upon those steps? ,
go had 'Dttmer| then (or protection; 'abe for your great work toward achievingthat '
afchore. and It about Ito make their The- hadjl
Then. her back required three escape Ore
Intojhe next world together. No more misery comes to her and ,
shed no tear all the long, dark *
trouble dear." Perhaps yon will Join again, her dreadful. bugger and cold dreadful 'Fnnday; she had been happy end."J.. 8 ZELAY." months of dredging by a 1are' suction gained considerable headway whenadiscovetod :'.]

Tom and b* bappy: .t think be must and weariness and desolation and dragged: by Lilyto put an end to her dredge before a. channel could be cut but the prisoner were all\
be waiting for ;you aomewbere. It Is Cat arine has-change but one letter life without tl'.re-but now' she sat to her from deep water. While the released -and gotten 'cut of .the'buildlog -". |

the shortest way to reach him.And and the'' pathetic becomes 'bathetic down and sobbed and cried because LABBOR MEN AROUSED. hull has been repaired there still re- excepting henry 1 l

as for. me-why-they say that eye pathos turns Into l1&tholo Vile down- I unexpected' touch of kindness mains much work: to be done and it -

Lath not seen nor can tongue tell the woman'a grandest mf'dlf'llle-untl more-than the
"t" happiness hat we rhall find there; and tbe memory, of that:night leaves .li<-ragain. revealed her .molt 'wretcbedand ., Haywood-Moyer, C.''... 'ready to go into m I..lon."ag.l.u." complaining of several peddlers ar Ibusiness
H teems to me'that all I, want Is rest 'condition. The indignationot 'labor men !
despairing -
In the license.
"and to be sure '-I1.t.l shall have food The fog: WII 'at)' black 'again tbat she "In,, the darkest moment ray' dear," throughout the couutrr at the reiterated city without a-
Henceforth' roofs will have hardr The police-were notified and .ha M
a <
to-morrow. You must not think 'of the had not the 'least knowledge of tbe direction -abe beard the voice. of Miss Beatrice expressions of President Roosevelt soon
plunge, dear-tbe. rhea Is 'Dot a bit ,she was t.klne.Uoc1pt: each :plainly lJICaklncr-not whispering".' but condemning .Moyer. Hay wood' and lime\escaping\ ;clutches'of the ,. them corralled and they were flnel J
colder than the air thick ot lamp there little 'law Jacksonville than: formerly, Ito In the city court conntjJ
; last night; was a yellow gleam of peaking out plainly";'"In the darkest Pettibone'was greater Friday 'than Tbe
think of to-day; think Clf .the, 'night before yellow,light. Beyond this black wall moment vrhen.the clouds are blackestand 'even Immediately; after the publication ,jilt the future, when' they g0 to that license Is fl.OuO to peddle in thoV
ta-7 all around.It. It; when she stood under a the world l. hardest and your suffering of the president's. views.. A strongstatementwas city to do business, they will' tun Iref'tl. but no one bai ever ",ak'l outfl

Lily.." said Katharine'' stopping, lamp it was Jnst, exactly at if the!' Is more'than you ran bear. GOD male: by the.executive! : ,up'agalatt the stiff proposition of the a license. ; ||

they are Staving service In the church were, built up and burlell'aU,.., la it win help you and that In tbe most unexpected committee of the New,, York Moyer- Bortlllon ..yeL.m\\ Identification. O -A- ''i
a t>y. the Abbey, Ob It, most be, the with a. bole for a little light through ; way." Hay wood' ,protest conference. '" :.Htghemilh, clerk of the police department /- From present Indication the'AmerKjl

evening God service. They are praising yellow glass, In ,tbe. top; ,It ""''a. a very, little thing; a shilling ot Jacksonville> is now In can .BlltlY Company qf New Yprkfl
singing hymn, and we are Sometimes steps cam along and "
out In the fog and the cold and going faces came out of the black wall 'and Is not much, but !it touched her heart MAMMOTtt-.U T IS"SETTL'ED.. Atlanta making' a", thorough study ol which stood surety in.te sum of $7tA

L" to kill,ourselves. looked curiously at her as tbev passed' .. "a single ray ef sunshine lights upa this system :at the Federal prison under 000 for the faithful 'performance of
"Yes I whole lilllUde. And to she sat down Halfia Million Dollars Paidto the direction of Superintendent: :J. contract, with the Pensacohfl
; C'OQJd.Dot. ting anrJ. >ym s Just add disappeared. It was the face of a Palrtr; City of
stow" young man making his way home and and cried and "presently-rose
."Lily, let us have Cine prayer beforewe marching eonndently! through tile foG went' on"the, way' ,by ,whichsbe(; .yeas V, The $3,000.000 suit' in" equity :of. that, Institution, drainage contrat'tor. .e'Wena. thjH

go."' or It was the race of a policeman who' led.* brought ,by, .Paine., Webster,,* Co. contract of that' party, which l lefjHunflnlshnd
_$ ."JJo; leapjflrst; and pray afterward ; looked at her searchingly, asked her My .friends,, w* live" ,'u'nbellert\ against,Albert. ,C.Aurrage, Thoma ,W. The" deal for :the ,purch..e by the some' "ago. J l
there 'will be plenty of"time to It she toldher, lug and. skeptical'generation.. ....;the city;of Pensacola wUk
: pray waalost laOw' to get Lawson. and others. to recover,: ona, of;the plantand all ;'
when we are sure that we shall not back to:the Strand and 'went on'.t old phraseology-,!., laughed .at and, 'contract Involving 70X>0 shares of of the properties of,the Pensacola Negotiations rafl
Wa. .
have to age stock Copper Range- ConsoU- hasbeen
world any .! She' dragged ther who stood .besidj* her for a fewminutes who loves and guides HI a. children and ; J ?, virtually ci0. moval of another large ;cigar l : 'factonfl
dated Mining baa. beenbrought' ed. purchase
other -girl along with her-past theAbbeystraight and'looked as If she wantedto orders their lives as L* best for them' I company; .price being 1187.600 from Key West to Tap 'A, W, Anold"the'tbe Embank spat, and then suddenly! ran a"al as we 'are once taught,to believe; all, to'a'settlement out', of court TIle city council upon receiving'a re manager 'TerdlnaudM

ment. "Huh! Katharine. Don't I from' her. Way did'abe, run .W"71 Is blind chance:-even that policeman's at' BostoorThs' ; port from the board of trustees; which flinch was' 'thefl

;peak now, ''Tula Is tile very place." i Why indeed. And one it was a very .h1UlJac-.enn: .what. .followed' .ibis'very. ; , ease was "aettJe4 b'jr'A.' 'C.Bnr- body has been!('ondualIl1g: the'neeotl : past "ek" ' 0-fl

I t She 'stopped, at one of: the landing ugly face* Indeed, which greatly ter, ,I morning.Katharine's." rage-r paying1. "rubstantlally the Tri- Honor-authorised the latter to proceed MacFarlane and other 'Wih large propertA
1 places! wliere',thevtuvc '?o down Into' rifled' her a man> taco nasbavenT/or<< wandering feet led her- Mountain debt. The1' amount or'this 'perfect the deal and this will be ownf'r with a View of selecting, a iltefl

the water. many days and tb..forethlck, with to OovenfCanlea :Marketwhere'thecoffee debt' was $540.000.., that .!
4 "The: tide la ronnlnlg up," said Lily; bristles round the month< a,face- with houses are astir and doing good; .t' t l I I .1 INI. one."r. : fo company.Manager !

fcew did abe knows because'they could horrid red eye and swelled cheeks."Hare business' long;before the rest'ef then "DUEL. ;' IN 'DINING. RQOM:?, ,A well'known' cUlien ot' '' I -- '
see potbtngT' ."It will carry na up the you cot the price of,a half. world Is' thinking of the new, day's -, :I. Mlnlch pleaded Tan1pa. H. . Bro'vien 'of PcnlnsulH\

river; It -will roll us over and over. pint upon your he asked roughly; work, She went Into one and,bad .'Hotel vOu'aeta, Hv Shooting'-Bee and States -ullt7'ln tbe United . TtJt'phonf Company .of,, 'amp' baM

't)on't let\go my band. ,katharine; it '"I hare not got one' benny, la.the breakfast, substantial breakfast "N" One ,|s,' lliod.< the' malls court for .to Improperly 'tieing! ann, open Better"'to 'cie B
will kill MB la moment; and then it world" the replied. with an egg and a loaf and a great.cup J,, M., .Tbomaav superintendent" .ot the, dissemination of Council .claiming that the recent H
v will, drive and beat a. and bang usafs4nst' Lily In fact bad .all the money be- of hot brown ," '... Then-*he,went the 'Corbett-TaylorH'Xumbelr'. 'company'; / circular letters, concerning an alleged passed'ordinance prohibiting'the co H

,the pier :ef ..WestminsterI longlnr to them boUt nlnepenc to.'sleep again, and another good ,.So. of Tlcknor.. was shot and killed bJ"JJrad' .Impotency,core; He. was Indicted and pany tB

>.ldge. >o'tbatiio ape w511 be able to Toore,got your Jacket and your hat niarltaqe-Defrlondedt her. It was the, j SatUestn'the'dth! zg born of the plead guilty, slating that he had beep to '..rrmralaglta rt.trt' l
"reeogatee .D.,'when rtbeyi do !..flndlns, Gimme your ."k.t'aDd your bat. DeJ1rot'f't'ded. woman -vho'waitel-only''a' common : :,, Induced to V&pomeMhV local'represen. rCr'bua <
t hotel la ,DoesanGa! ,.' Thursday, $2.00 to llso. ;;for 'phoc Bwltl
will he known ,
,Ajad so it ; never what In the lancnara common*to rongb-tongneoV coarse 'a'Mt\1re--b1J1' : tatfie'ot'a'cimpsuy In neldeuC
,betaaW e[ tM.2;< peat, Kataartae. dear W,"class, te- touch briefly' oa the, Injustice she. eavbthak the sleeping,.glrlJookedrevpecta'ble. : The' 4U11fiu111"W. said lobe: about >a. 'exploiting the Detroit .Mich'which ;' force tha. 9omPn'y .away fn K

"' Katharine sReglaa-poor,\ .Jeen vrltb-: ,df snfferUig.. hottest'uan to and that she looked tired. some mossy Thom 'owed' Suttlea.Buttlea Locke cure." fudge( Tampa .. It is, .:baalnessjBBa ,
tooicthe case
ant a MHMiyWgIve me one ata. Hold C*'about without a. penny.. his,pocket, out;. and abe let her sleep claims aelfdefens.. .. ,, ''There and under advisement loss,, Mri, Drovlen ,oounsVH
- .. p..1fINO:" "'yea' stall lie \\wJth while ,a. girl. had .a Jacket and a hat i(To be conUanedj) 1:"'E; '" ''I were-BO wltnesaea' tt"tie .tragedy.' the natter.will later render, a dtclilon /In 'to reOD.ldel and ;.pul or4'lbe,. < H

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.EXPQSITI9N' i I' I TOO-'t."JCH'W. .' ...'(..t. :STREET. 'Pt1 CE' IS' B, OSTE..D: I ''WITHW":'.EIGHT 'YEARS: ..

P.rmest.s Plans. for,:'DeillnpIn.toe' ,,Cotr'. Panama ) Canal Will .Be Doing ''-Bu.l-, WOMEN limo SUFI> ** .

of'1'Jamestown' >nd'arms Onton'Wlir. n...,;'Proph.ole. Taft,. 'In', A*. .
Gates '
By President In. FtOM
: 'Hold 'Aioo' Address; at stress, ,BusinessMen.; ,

Swing Ajar' ( S Jamestown Exposition. '

,' .. That' ,the F Union doe; notendorse ; '"If' the Pan?x .;';' inil 'Is pot completed -, :Sick: Headache'
I : 'the; movement", begun! at liifinlngnatu .
"' S :'within[ tight. 't. ra .trom 'nowI '
Ala./ to organized plan of '

flOOSEVELTATTHE THE' cotton warehouses and -a 'c aral1tee MJR. HISTORY IS, TRACED shall be greatly disappointed.( If It .SHOULD USB,,

Company' ,.-fa stated emphatically by .. .... la' completed In less time. than that,* ,

'" :. : 'J,; 'a.'. -Kubaaks, Georgia. 'state'.bii{..S J.shall not be greatly surj>rUedM 'r''

,ClaboriU.. Program C :ness agent .'vl .th.'Farmers', ; Union.Yrealdent .,, Mlqhty Task of Am' ks'.' Early Settlers I This statement 'made Monday night .
of K. F, Duckworth, of
Inauguration Big the ,la Graphically Set Fort by Secretary of :Wir Taft before 'thM'
: Many Thousands Oeorgladivision of the Farmer?' Vlrpln a's v. Business Men'g Club of Clacinnail .H JS9 B BfcsV E9Mm
for Life .
Fight| .. .5D BBBBB B -
Union; '
eudaried Mr. Eubanks stator
:. Attendance. meats.; \ '. / Recounted. ., Drought forth uproarlo'us. cheers, the im Esr . I BHJ miHi
; > -' UOJ membel'l'or the. club| who' were I ,
With Presiden!:' '" Wa, wire invited to this meeting/ -- gathered. Inside the' banquet haL:: rising ;, 1 I BBi R A Hs" Wl W rW |B||
fctatoj Mr. Euhanks, "In order to at President Roosevelt his. '
with opened odvdressat to .their fee and cheerlnff ''tlistateaient .
guest, and diplomatic [ w4- iulght hear this question dlscuna-
tary from the, Jamestown. exposition 1 by>> and the, speaker with .tre
oiaclalt all of
ed. Our Alabama state business ..agent ,

important nations ot the', w Mr.. V, N.. Parker, war there, and, also extending representatives: cordial of greetings! to. the mendous. Referring enthusiasm to. the ;rejection ot bid* (For: :anent; iReilefRERBINC i '

, 'tenditco ,,Uie- Jamestown1, T : ,u few other Farmers Unlou representatives. foreign- countries 'by contractors the"'aetrelarT..alail '' acts 10 ths Uvsr. .
, present, directly on It will cur* ,COMSTIf ATION. -,
nlal. exposition jbvaa thrown >> showing. America's 1 Intimate "We dverUaed for .bids' on the' DYSPEPSIA. MALARIA'"I s. : Is, ndrsly In.
"The announcement has gone out;" connecton1: practically" every nation canal 'work, and then declined them from all poisonous mineral subctaness? and I Is composed'solely of'LIrt IL 4
the public Friday. Every continued: Mr. Eubaoks "that a plan .and'race' .. -GIYINQ HERBS.: Especially adapted for waklandweary, '
and very train reaching was agreed uPon atyihls meeting,'and on the globe,' and also for the reason that we.found. that'it I II constitution; strengthens the weakened glands and organs; ib .checks. '
i brought thousands ot. that It had the endorsement ot both making a plea tor .universal peace.. I :;'would .be necessary tor'the'contractors . oUjdsranaemsnta of the human body.

city'was decorated as the Farmers' Union' and the Southern ;"Along Ve ;. this I line he. said: we would to have be the compelled help of to capitalists allow, to and the. .CURED HER :SICK: HEADACHE: i

r w' wad .th.. governor pt \, & Cotton Association. Nothing could be % have met tpday to celebrate contractors seven per cent Interest Mrs.-Jost. Cameron. Centralla Avenue Temple.,
further from the truth. Alabama State the opening Texts writes: "I find HBRBINB give
claimed a hollday?.The of the exposition: which on the they would be meqaiakrelief
money compelled
>ro&ram''of"laud> and Agent, Parker,' has afready( sent out a Itself commemorates and take A1esssrp in recommending it to alt
denial of the statement In the 11l'11t\ permanent to borrow"froin the capitalists As wecould women who softer from sick headache.". 'r. "* "
ales were careiully 'worked settlement of men' 'of' our : borrow money at S per cent,
stock] '
an Atlanta'paper and making It clear lyiTKtN tHR MACH Of AUV ''l
the 1E'111ni'Wall a uotable in Virginia r'ati
the first' beginning: -of this 7 par cent proposition' not I / q. .
the'listory. of tldew;.-t"r il hat the Farmers' Union has not. en '''what has alnce'. '. become this. mighty appeal greatly to u. >FUty Cents A BotUe 'Avoid ,All Seetitat.. dorsedthe' plan
President Itoosevelt. who promulgated. republic.Three. ,"I wl ltb' to pays high complimentto ;
"I may as well be frank," said Stale{ .' "
ington. Thursday afternoon Snow Linimeat
hundred years ago a handful, () Chief Engineer Stevens fpr his ..
she iUjflower, arrived Oil Agent",Eubanks, "and say that as soon of
adventurers work' la connection .
;Who had with the canal .
roo Friday scorning shortly as. we got to Birmingham we found crossed the ucean In what we should and also, for his efforts'to: transferee St.. Loub. U. 'S.A..

A'cluvk.. lio Innuediateiy that the meeting was all cocked 'andprimed' 'now call ''cocklebo "
t ,ss' clumsy as the government the entire organization :

to review lht magnificent by' the Southern Cotton Asso they, were frail, landed In the great'Wooded on the isthmus, which be bad , .. .. "
el&'II'' and American The Invitation we' 'received wilderness-,- thoIndian-haunted perfected at such great labor, 'r BOLD .ANI'ItaCOMME- ItDray'1' '' '. rRt! ... tie
Anchor .In Hampton i load.*,,,' not Iroia It.I but from others, the waste'which \
then scotched -To us 'in'' It Is
responsibility. a For
dowi to Sale at RO&ERSONtS DRUG ,
Association STORE. :,
: Cotton evidently
posing, ceremuuy and a'; the'w ter'. edge, comfort be able
along the entire At great to to Introducethe . .
lion td the officers to take the lead In tho'moye- lantic "
Gag on coast.' ( army enctnecrr. upon the work.
Mayflower. ended, the pr oa account of Its odorous con- "They; were not the first men of We have' three of them there and 11The kIssIMivuE" :
out for, the shore, lauding c 1 with Mr., lloadlejr of Wall European .
,race to; settle lu what Is of them falls out, the' continuity .
poiTtlou'at 11 o'clock. IUtII-' ., So. we,we're,Invited by! otherai; now the- United elates; for there were ot the 'work'will be undisturbed. It

at ouce'' to'the reviewing. t we'cUd. not take the bait. From already Spanish '.settlements. in Flor.. Ii .only'' fair to sayot':''the army engfuoers : ,
.Leo Parade, a wacoUI we could see, one end of the nth- Ida< and the EIVma:
on headwaters of that there will be cno graft EOtT'rE.
pule wa..In Wall street, and we n._ ..___ _ .. ;
grounds, skirted .by : .au wraiuje; ; ,,ana,, uia'.French, who at that they cap suppress and there will ,
\' no'doubt' that Speculator Uoaa- .. {
there almost "
blooms and the .
plhe ; same time b. bad
were strug no work accepted>> that they s 'ij'8T1
opening and "' was eagerly feeling' tor' tremors. gling up the St.,, Lawrence, were likewise can'supervise 'No 'doubt engineers !: .ME1\. LlLLin, 8TKAMER: HO3BAOA.: o''

eapoIIIUon: 'wh ch was_ ret.eI the handle end to ee'whether' or destined to form permanent set from,civil life* would' act ,.In 'a: similar Captata clay 'Johnson,' Sry Captain Clay, Johnson.; Jr.
deafening cheese: the niu-bltrs at ;;the other :(end.ot tlements on the Regular veekiy trip. to Basslnger '
great lake and In manner but If any of you gentlemen s-d return. Roseada leaves ICLstf,
President : line meant business. the valley of snee Tuesday ''morning, and arrives;
Jtooseyelt the
: I : mighty Mississippi have ever managed a workof: magnitude J".Ila.1mm..1I'rIdaT evening.,
-We 'mu.t make'It plain now 'lI at' before the ; '(Special Charter;: Trips to Lake Otec! > 'UtU'i
pressing a gold .button as a people of English" stock 'where, everybody had the right obe.'and< Fort Myero on Un
the formal opening of all the cannot, and '''wur not,; cooperate went' westward of laq Alieghenles., ', to poke Inhls, nose and insist, upon Comfortable accommodation for pactokfers.'' Rates "...011A.b1.. "
ot "the the Southern Cotton'Association "Moreover, both the The,tnost picturesque Waterway. Florida : '
departments Dutch and the this and 'that' ,, you would know how ,
Tho' 'presldant'and" his l long a* It 1*' officered bymen as Swedes were shortly to found 'colonle.tho..tllat great Is' the relief to have that oone for .Passenger. and Freight. Rates apply to .+
to Wall street as are some of grew'up CLAY ,,JOHNSON. :SIU Proprietor
party then received several around the Poto away ,with.. The' record of the army \,
Invited guests la the present head officers.. Less than mac, and those that grew up"bu what for' the' last. fttty Is' 4'guarantee Ott board; "LI lI.," Klsitmm, fla
'wc.* After thUrfunction he months ago Mr. Hoadley in an Is now the New England coast. : .th' years ,
Neverth '
that work will be, capable and ,
boldly) made the ,statement Ieasr this .landing ,at .'
tertained liuacheoo. He Jamestown honestly,performed.PRINTER. ."- . ,
the/tevlewlng stand' duMog' h.'w..' kept,"constantly' In toucn possesses for us of the United States &".,- ....JP'' The. iif '--.-.. 1 a
4 .
cotton development la the'soutn .an altogether *
to witness the(laud peculiar sljnlflcance ..
noun, and ,
soldiers' andsailors 'suVeral almost dally,, communication- with tills without regard to our several
r..ldeDt'Uarvle': Jordan-that ,,Mr gins. orl- .-.. J' Intelligence of the' Tree
nies of the latter'.being Broth. Applies nwrltl.n. Law": '
the furelgn .veil.ula., This let him'knoW' ''Just what 'wFs ; "The'men who landed yit. Jamestown fnrJefenss f

the opening ceremonies.Thursday' : on.' That came only a' short and those who, thirteen ;year. later?'! of, Sister.Chargins I '. : .
witnessed site r..Lhe'time when the South-'' landed at-.Plymouth, : all of Unglish' that "he had "betrayed his . By,.'Maurice :Maeterlinck;

.l..tbs-:t--formidable-ef -thV n:..CotfoAsBOclatlon>> << ._" _endeavored tQ /stook."'and'' their- felfowsetusta-wh ..a1ater-an.-e11l'hteen-year-old -gfi'1J'U' .- .- ..: ; ':. rr.C .

warship, squadron., The the Farmers' Union to make' "during In after the'next"tew decades streamed Strong,, manager for Kessler'a. drJ'goods' : "
J,1 stand' for 10-cent cotton fqr last them, were those '
Sankt George and Asbern, We would Dot do lC but'' the lead In 'shaping the- llfe who took. store; 'shot and 'ki led. H- ,D.. C T ta 'not the, needier\ .the wei'but\ ln, 'the"'wjwtsi. ,

lirttlib cruiser squadron ..ft aralghtoutnght, U-cent Of."this" people Jn the 'colonial history Smith;a_ printer In Macon O....; Monday plant leaves; stalk '.roots; ,that 'WI"'er; IGiwsstoop- '
lor : "
; .the Good lister the Argyll' and '- .' 6f a ,
jevoluuonarydays." 'for a moment 'over, their' buanble rk-m; rlt.U..I ;
shire and the ItoxborpugU and .largely as tb.-results of bent Into definite ?Jt wastheywho; Tlio shooting, occurred' 'at bmUh''s' prudent ,,and.,quick 'IntetI18ence. Tolnk;''otthe-. lIJ&CII16ceat
efforts most of the last year's, shape: ,our ; I '
within few' hours :; nation struggle : o, "
e capes a while. It still printing mea..- Four bullets fromStrong's towards the light -of the 'tHwarted bra es
was '
has) sold at nearer 11 cents than young.,:>nough' .
other. With the.Ingenious danger., Mt
saluting cannon easily. ; moss pistol taking effect. .Smith and'courageou'strlf.e :of tree io ,
ping flags they cruised tents. If we had agreed to '10-cent cnaracterlstfcs most..leadtly, to, take gn ,the was burned 'to 'the hospital, but 'died lot myself) ,, I'' shall never '''forget''tbe'admlMbleteaaUPe'heroism ' -:f-

Hampton-- Roads. Tho &. not one bale ot cotton In ,the part ot Ita which were to become. shortly after reaching 'there. He'made Biven;'me the other :day"In Prov'eneslP, ,the wu' i:,'
\ ueclcut- of the American would have .:brought more Was. permanent life habit., .tatemeot ;; ::
"ret "let us remember that !a before his death;i but 'bya''huge ;
figure. while
changed salutes the with' "As to:the Birmingham, warehouse this" early English 'colonial -stork'hnj fainted before he'' could sign It. 'w '' ,SO .to StK>ak.,. nnfrI.t... .ruak. tb.e ,wbota'i dr'ama' '-*, *- ass S&M IMkO.llllttlSi;
George and Oood Hope, left deeper than all others ;,J He said la thatC"statement that llfe. :A'ilr< or the wind b.I-o: JssW- !
Admiral Blr' George Neville A' plan ,, was proposed;by upon our ; ; ,. master .of destiny. [parrtad.-fllp 'dAank'of
national ;
and 'convention to establish a cotton life the"mark'.ot Its strong had shot"himaboufhl sister II the rock, 'w .lcl1' was perpendtcutsr'aaen'Ire4'\ *"* tis*' "

Uritlsti squadron : for handling warehouse: re- twin Individualities :;the,, mark of'the' but that,.be was Innocent of'the charge. 'tree"was born there' ; two hundred yards above:the torrentInaeessslble-andsolitaryamong '

'mann' Prescott of the closing contract on them In- Cavalier 'and of the Puritan-never Strong surrendered and"was' carried the'bqndu'c' and barren stones. From the first".hoiMV'jf';, bad

ron 'put'out la small boats of spot cotton. Our plan Is for tbelesa this stock, not only from) 'Its to' the police station' ,sent its ..blind roots ''Qna.long'end'painful ;eearch'torprecarious waUf,and

.Jiear Admiral -Robley. D. Farmers1' Union to"de.1 only In environment but also from the presence Strong. contends: that Smith, who b soil .Bat"..this' 'was only/the 'hereditary .care'' of'. i species 'that' .kaowr; the

the Conn clcllt. They were cotton and to '_on' direct to the with It (of other stocks ,almost .a iuarrlad man ''and who is survived aridity of,, the gouth. The young stem bad to solve''a much: grayer and'1tJOI'e.

welcomed) and;;; hardly,, er. We are establishing ware ,fromthe beginning, began ,to be ''dlf-. by his !wfe| and several children, had unexpected problem It,started from'a vertical plane,;eo.that Us top.Instead,
the side to return to tlelr' throughout the south' and at' ferentlated strongly from an '''European betrayed his 'alstejv Ai warrant had ,of rUIng towards the sky, bent'down over the gulf'' It, was; thgreforefobtlged, d
I ships when the A Derlcan! : \ ; people.. As ( have already,' been sworn out for' 'SIDttb", and the notwithstanding the Increasing -weightof Its branches'Lto"corr0ct the 'nrat ,
was'n: his' launch returning present 'rate .of' Increase, will about Uy 11me'th., first'"English\ said 'trial ''was"to have taken place .Monday "flight..Vfttubbornly to. bend Its ,disconcerted trunk in the term :>lboVclose -

clsrcalUot court 8,-., be long' before spur warehouses tiers landed here, the Frenchman and setr / morning' In a Justice court. JJut , to ,the ,,rock, And:thus,like a,''a'Swlmnoer who throws ctr;, nls bead,
tileBrilon. ..available to the entire I cotton ''I means of an incessant wji; tension hold tta'heavy *rowa "r.
and contraction to
The arrival of the ; :
Spanlard'the) Swede and owing to the absence of Joe Hill Hall .
.', But we propose to'retain the the : of leaves up straight Info the'sky.\ - ,
trian,' who had been '
Puethnaaa. also came hither for'Smith .
-of bale from 'as 'permanent attorney ,, the case waa con
of cotton the .
a alf{ ,
Thenceforward' the '
all the free'and
days t>:Z' the German dwellers, who left their seed tinued.: preoccupations., all \he energy, Cod
to the .plnii r;( giving the pro aclous'genius of the:plant' d'centred round The monstrous, ..
,the Argentine ship ,to Inherit our national life.: ThCt German Both Strong and Smith left -the that vital knot.
the 'neftttol: be'so' derived. hypertrophied elbow '
immeasurably) "to i the" ttractl .the.Irishman,' and' the Scotchman court room a few minuses later. so kind of thought. revealed one by one the successive solicitudes ,tOt a .
that knew bowie proflt by the warnings which Ureceived "
.the naval display>> arranged,
came later, but still In .
colonial the report and Strong passed
goes -
'TO PASS ON PURE FOOD from the rains and the .
storms., 'Year t>y' ear, 't e'.leaf.cWme.erew"henler.,
'opening' The ;day ,of Jamestown the,, : : ;.", ,......-, ", times'"All; colonial SmlUi's i office,;' Smith, It. ,1s claimed, with'DO" other 'care than to'.preall itself out In the light'snd beat,. while a "

steamer ,of'Th,... Experts'I.-Appointed. through the days new made some taunting remark. and hidden canker gnawed.deep into the,tragic arm,that .upport d' It; In ..pact.Harper' .-: '
/lugton. bearing the :waves of Immigration
: time
'by SecretaryWllson... from' to Strong thereupon pulled 'a' pistol and Magazine. "
,, ,
,ecaUOD"\O. tho exposition time swept hllber'across.. .
the times ,
Secretary Wilson .Thllradacreated: ocean, ft red' 'four* ; every' 'shot 'taking. .
Old Point Comfort/ now fromone, '
country, now from an effect: III' N II
executive order for the board of '
The'steamer Newport ,News,' other. The same thing' has gone trti At the city hospital Monday1 afternoon. .
diplomats-and naval, and ,,and drug Inspection'whose'duty ever alnce';our birth as a nation;''and Coroner T. r :. _I It stVanishing ..
E.'Young7completedhhi !
shall be to administer:the national .. /
.taches' of .the foreign tor the last sixty years the ,tide of Investigation of the killing The N ef4weree/ c11
: ,
". QOd'-laws."lne'board consists of ,
Immigration .
legations onboard, arrived has been at the full The '
.>Harvey-Wiley, chief ot the bureau newcomers re urned,a verdict,declaring; tbat.tiwas'a \\11: .
day morning and ; are soon"absorbed h.! "
oour' case of justifiable homicide
',' chairman; Frederick L.. < ; GameBy
distinguished passengers eager'l national', lite '
at ( and
associate cheml. ;and George are: rad and-tberor was no'Ume lost. In1, acquit
ically\ '
.alllon grounds : andprofoundly0changed'.. ting! Strong:,. '
:, McCabe solicitor- of the" department. I b'y, the'rapidity: of' their assimilation ...-- '

agriculture. . I being' marvelous. ''But' each group of RATltP'R'ICES President a t,
i MI i i ii i : Roo.iflo.ejr-
: | newcomers, as 1( adds'lt... blood to the ,,;....,.- 'if

: ':* Made In .Court' '' :Lyl ,A' *SHORTAGE* ,OP' '$92,000 life, '.also. changes It somewhat and Case "Before United 'States "Supreme' Ilfi: big wolves shrink buck"before;the' growth of the:thickly
by Msrry -----. this change n
i I ; growth and development' ,lIetl'leddl.trictl! and In.tile Eastern Statesthey'otten tend
Issued .
'l'i V"K TWIie'and voal.d in a Circular. Letter Court 'for Adjudication.
have gone on .
steadily; ,genera to disappear even-from districts tbat'are uninhabited, save- .
f'l' > ,&*i, Hary B. Lyle; the"alleged: by'',"Buncoed' Company.' tion' by 'generation, throughout. three .Toe 'queI5Uob,whetbef .retail drug:*. by a few wilderness hunters. They have;-disappeared J.

7"". of 'bas. ;wife, and' ,f u"11 A".hol't6&e' ; of..:about. $92,000 In -the' centuries.1'\ ' ,t' ;gists1',.have" a right. toreibpatent'nted;. '; T' almost entirely .from Maine,, the Adirondack:'and, ore ,Ai- v '
: , la., Waycross, Oa., on. the lotb He dwelt 'length gn'the leghanles, ,although here and there ,to be <,
they are .said
.' 'a ."ot the ':Woonsocket: Electric enormousnature. sinew below' a'price\ established'/ by, ., ; ,
Statement '
, made .
of the task, which the first"set returning to their old haunts. i t
'rwn' behalf In Ware ,county 'and-, Power ;seompuny at' tiara ot'Amerlca faced when they set 'Ihe. 'manufacturers ;. 'involved''IIl.'the'caa Their disappearance'' Is rather ntiaterlouAhIaominstances ? ;\ -'

. iv court Wednesday; ,pleading ODaocke ', n. I., woe revealed on ,root on our', shores..)Especially: ; .said' -of'JI.artmall', and'"' Company, pat.. : for then are certainly,not*,all killed off The black

5-killingot his wife was an '.bJ'' the Issuance the .tDck. he,. 'was this the,'care'frith. the jplo- eat medicine;i]manufacturers of Onto bear\ld'much'mare'eaelly' killed; :yet the block bear holds Its own ao:many.

" ;aud stating that. he does :: .of the company ,of a. .clrCu. ner settlers at'Jamestown, who .were ."a'natJQhn( D.Parkand, Sons Com ports otUbevland. from which Ibe wolf has vanished No. animal' Is:quite so 'I

: when or how the! shot was 'letter announcing that a' heavy from 'the start menaced ':by ,famine, pany.-*.- of Kentucky, In w.hich: a petition difficult to kill as is the wolf, whether',by. poison, 'or; rifle of,' hound. Yet..

'killed his, babe.' had been dlacoYllr cl/ 'The pestilence;;and '''war He went on to was presented 'to{ the supreme after'' a1 comparatively few' have'. been stain, the entire species will perhaps ,

Lyle' .was'on* ot the coolest ,' further stated that-the resig show that other portions of.:America court 'of' ;the 'Ul1lte; States-, Monday vanish, from, certain,,'localities., :Hft.:

;r.: in itha\ 'court room, when he; of Levi' Cook, Lincoln secreta :were not settled ""unur iner:'the ames-' asking that. court,, to. brinK the- case, But vvith"all'wild anlma1. '1\' is'a' noticeable,factIhat 'a ,course'of' contactwith
statement.. and: general manager,e/ town: pioneers had ''begun'to, up ,for1 review. man continuing over many-generations' of animal life causes .species ao i
prosper. ..
company, had. .been accepted.KANBA$1TO'OU8T' . , ,. to adapt Itself ,to its surroundings: that It'ceases. to diminish la numbers.
When .
i!L\0\, ;, JILTED,' : WOMAN. _, ',fjsEo' ." TROLLEY' 'CARS-.-TIED', UP.. i SUES FOR )TSHARE .OF. 'EARN'.N' s. game being entirely men take tinused'"up. a to new.tontendywlthjbe country, .the game new' ,and.especially foe.-succumbs tbe-,ally.'big'r, *

; : BREWERS.. : .and'Is'almost completely killed: out: .If any' Individuals .sur l..criat.I" bow,
t '
,' p
'.: ;". Committed Suicide., ,//General" Wins' '''Fight, to' Enforce Traffle'at. Btana-Stilt :\ -' ti road': Company's Dough. were their ancestors,. antf!\ {they fling,, much' more. tenaciously .to .their- old

";< Thaddeus. 8 floss. >& years ; Liquor: Laws. ,Astrtke.yAs declared Sunday'en the Attorney, General, Stead.. of lUlnbiay': ;..omea. ; \ ; .
'ter :V clerk, ini) .the' postofflce at. n ''Kania; supreme* court late liner of 'the;'ttah/| Light,. ';''and" Kalfwaypompahy has 'filed a suit against the. Illinois The game! ,to bo.found Ih"old and long-settled countries Is niaci) more,.wary' !

:" "*-l'a..::t :was:allot and Instantly, J';'afternoon aI1O"ed' the'' suit;of '' ;' at' Bait Lake-City,,, 450man Central,, Railroad" Company recover :and able to take car 'of. Itself. than 'the game of an untrodden wildersaIf. '

i-i.!< .' ',.,Wedn '4a'y'by'''.MJ.s' Isabelle,: General Jackson :for recelvi; walking' Ont: .''Numerous' scenes approximately 15.000,000 claimed by ls.a'veyy'diIDcult matter Jo:,kilt a SwUs.chatdols; but' tla( Every' easy

e .' I i8 V ear. olds a Conner ,weet 'lay the ouster;caaee'against the ,.ot,'disorder"followed' attempts( .to:oper.'t tile ,.tate as,due fromUho\ railroad''in matter-' ,kill a, 'white'goat after a hunter has once penetrated among the. atmpst .-
werT.'companies'l in few, with ) unknown peaks of toe ,mountain*,:of British-{ Columbia: Whea .tile
teI1 shot, herself ;.tb : Kansas. ;The ate a. ; cars non-union'crews. aecordance with provisions; ot .thecompany's0charterj'giving ,'.
;;;Both'; Tlctlms' ;' ot i-the'* rt'' didrnOt; Dame';the'receivers, but 'n1id'au: .' efforts". 'to maintain eyeD' a the.ta': ;'a ranchmen first drove their cattle to the.Lit tie;"Mlsaourl 'they Gonad the:deer ,
'- J I tame and ; to kill but dW Maine
easy the of and tit tbS
; ;.AdlroadafU
prondnent'lpmnlery" a I'I4.l 4 p 1"'lfWlc.- ent'.00111' share' la .
laa'da3 abandoned 4he'road's
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W.. M. HARRIS, Editor, .. AND

'__Aa_-... .---, ...fiii....'>""6r wiUtarb wHUr.- 1'D-LIKE TO CET 'TO TOWN
dOH&" want '" nr
t ii.eW ,.,Lane will not,.,...-........ ..nlwb TO GET ME A RA1R, OF Via The Atlantic Coast Line.

tonal"' tw. .' +...-..... ..r stoats BLUE RIBBON :.
.-...;.\. at tIM{+ IUooin na.wt BUR
r.n.ed-.rat I SHOESFor -" ,
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SOBSatlTTlON RAZES: : S..Gl2rOOR baY-- ? Two Daily Trains Each Way, with Through Pullman -"..__ -u._...... .. ....... .. .....II ao.I toi Getting (lie Best TPOtDttc S Buffet Sleeping Cars. '
,.....a.q.tW..atM. ,... .. .-....... nto ,
--rFnlay -- : : -
Mar :1, W 07, It pays to get the best.i no w Season.< 60 day and 15 days' limit excursion tickets on Sale daily

'. matter what you buy, and:.y'es. from April 19th to November 50th at low rates.'' Coach excursion at, \.

L CONDITIONS IMPROVED very low rates.. For further information. see ticket agent. ojr communicate -
'pecially l Is ,this ,true when i it with' '

Ii.I. SING BIG fRffZL (applies to,' '. .. F ,. r yfo S J. W4 CARR. ,.T'P" A. J. C., KIRKLAND. D, P. A. ,
-v 0orv Nv IM.,.v r.e MO.M.,1..O "
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Beneficial Results .of Hie Severe Hay, Corn bats, Etc. T.' C.. WHITE,'O. P;'A.WILMINGTON- <" N. C.WW'WWWWWW W. J, CRAIG, P.,, T.1.M.. :

Blizzard of 1MS. k ,,- .. : . (
The amountof work you get . .
N. II.I<"oRg, of AKamont Spring, ,Tsar " WVWWW VW* ,
.yia., to the course of a letter to the out of your stock depends Sale by -

''Tr' "lIIaD.t'lve. the' following Inter largely upon what you.. feed i 'C. A.CARSON,Pr..ld..t.,. N. C. BRYAN. eC"ter7.i I
and truthful account of the improved : -
_ conditioDi in Florid. .resulting them, And their health depends i 1 IE: !: E '"
from the srr*al.bllccard of 1895. upon the Quality When 'you 8 C. STANFORD,
diM'It iveness 1* but of a few Florida jears became sine the knownto pro. 'm ke another purchase try us . I i Waters, & Carson Grocery Co. i ii

agrlculturalUU-ln fact, only since , .
the disastrous freeze of 189.1, previous E.D.HOGANTHE i .E

to which time It was consideredthat GR'C"E"RIESI
be raised . ._ :
nothing could at a pro- -- - --

_ lit except, citrus fruit, razor back.
hogs and scrub cattle. after almost .
---- --
complete destruction of the magnificent / _:____ 1k _____ COUNTY AGBNT"PO."
those who Drug Co. i
orange irrores Kissimmee
r could not leave the State.,on account . 55 Isleswortlr Nurseries. Ir, A Y I I celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES $.t
'of depleted bank accounts and<< those i 1
( (] itA IN' ETC.
who this beautlfu'oovDtrjr
could not leave -- ___ ; Chcd.n..d >rlc.. _ _
9' began. to look the situation WHAT WE DO> FOR YOU. l.'HASR'A. CO., rw>PRIETOBS J. W. HOARD, AOENT _. - F..I...... .. "...lIc...... -i ;i:. i
in the face. -- J
"On looking over their sandy soil, We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting's; general
that bad produced such beautiful and We carry the largest and assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading "arl i
of ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and HIDES FURS WOOI.toox
most varied stock our line
immense. it occurred .
trees, to
_ .,f orange in Sour Or an ire roots, guaranteed; free from Insects pests of any kind. ,
it them that, land that would produce t\WftJ. All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to

.such mammoth oraage trees ought We carry none but the name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to }.aa.try Produce a SpeclaIt3r.A .
t.o' something else If none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's experience
surely produce freshest and purest of,drugs
We this of the
can produce. are making a specially season
', properly. cultivated and managed. at all times. C famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the .
They atones ploughed/ their grove greatest money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct .
'Fa Jand wblch In most, cases was under Your prescriptions are filled from the bent bearing trees In the district now 'famous for producing .._._ . . . I . .. .. -- .,-- . -- --r-
'', by a Graduate in Pharmacy the best Valencia In California.
? a high irate of cultivation, and plantAd

It in crops of various kinds' as' an perience.besides! Jive. years'ACtual: ex- Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha. Fla., or call and see. our Nurseries 4

:experiment, and Inmost eases their at Wacojon Florida Midland R. R. h .
harvest; was a ravefatlon to them.and -i Doesn't this mean something 5 5t
'-' ---',- Ir4
it at oooe became. evident that .dI er.- ?

road lied' crops to prosperity wa the;and only, today successful It has deliver We carry sufficient packages help withina to : S MrWWWN Naw. KN ANiMAMK 'A + ,y '.,ti a. .

"i', been' conceded .that the destructive few,moments your after the pur- Sunny i South Stables. ,
freeze was blessing In dlguise, as .
chase. This ,,1 is not idle
the thousands of bappyand'prosperous : tir'la'-bUt"'We-WlUlt.'; '}'our' .- __._ of ,.r'

ous"The fruit. and industry. fruit was'not growers are abandoned inevidence. :I I I can business please.and we know'. we i .\N..MMONNMNN.M.NN.N 1NQRAM & GILBERT. Proprietors.:" NN.N li i :" 'DIAMOND MMSHOESrpecialty ) '

.. .
only In case of'financial .embarrassment. _. = - -.--_ 5 t ' ,.
., ,The groves that re- ... _: 'I! LIVERY SALE and BOARDING I BROADWAY sWell : .. ,. .4

r nperated and the new grove planted Kissimmee \ 1 ir Diamond Bned Sloes mean eevepa.
would not. indicate to''the'new comers Drug Co. .i[S 102 f ..
m.aufacturi male"
_4, ahaiWetleMuNtul-grove.1" of a few ." Klsslmnee., Kls.) ;: '; 4
,jars ago bats aver been destroyed. i equipped with New Stock, Vehicles and in/ lrn er of elks at different j

,Aside.from the fruit ,industry, other -. prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis, 5 price. -witL 'sn appropriate place for ji
I're' now cultivated with the -. -- .-- --- .' r S
_ faction. ," inch of Icadber ia
f very oat vir>4 or
Boost gratifying<< results, and every +---W1: pRE AGENTS FX>Il- < It'I
Industrious sod enterprising roan now ? saothcr, rtsultiiitf! ia no waste. Tilt is

,possesses sou;bank account' and Isnjoyiog International. Harvester Co. . HEAVY HAULING A.JSPECIALTY, . ;i 5-5 S wky more -r Iua for tLc money is 5ouaJia 5 5 5- ,
life and longvety in this 'delightful . '
Gasoline ftwvrwr. .. DismonJ Bend Shoes. hI
Y ( climate Engines.. .
'"In describing the success of agricultural . '*4 -- St I
pursuit. UM raising of fine 'The Best on the Market. We & TRY ANOTHER OTALtft IP '
Mock must not be lost sight of. In- '
Mead of the rasor-baclc, bogs, the will make you close prices op Engines 4te46/we& i
varieties of purs-bred bdes< have been i .and Pumps in running orderon "OSCEOLA': S &llth r :

introduced ana Florida. can,now produce your farm. WttUKCMOffC'HNC J1O '.1.
S' ( S
as ADe stock as any.. section of ANY OTTteR .

the United States,'and it I. now con W...L. Van Dazor& Go. ARJVIACY"S'S : ; IN Trie.' 7B! )

__ 'f ceded profitable to be industry.,a most .satisfactoryand. r S -wrst ,

......... "
The climatic?conditions ,and the. =-== = '-= - THE, .' Don't forget us when in. 'S, --- "t I
easily cultivated crops for their maintenance ,

?+ '. and fattening, ,bat. demonstrated LEADING need of Anything r
that a pound of pork can .be W. L. W1NN, : S 8"
_ .t,; produced for about one half the expense ........IOtAM: AMD: KOMOWOM.; 1 DRUGSTORE in i! the Drug.
that it can be produced .Jor:,bany .
other stats except It .be in some .. Vr' Line.-"'* II I

other of the extremely southern states.Ike .-..-.e..a as ...--_. DALEWHISKEY
scrub stockfaas seen Its day ,and _......wr. -, '
lias been supplanted by blooded stock

M "successfully t.beboK Industry."The S2'j Bottle 0" "ltsrblos"! Brreru 6u&tomir.: It C
falling off of the,'shipments'of Jtt. ,4. W.. SIMPSON r v
western beef in past'few years is v v. v1f'P .
"very pronounced and the indications .DENTIST. /'
sow point to the export of'.fine beefattle . : .xS
from" .her border. *' In the near Office, over Osoeola Pharmacy. $---'V;, -- P'eF'Yr-'V'Yr9 P P + '
future 9 to 12l
l4I' OFFICE H00B8.Telephone >. I a. Bo. ,m. KlSssIM"
f 1:30: t.o 6:30 m. .NO. 8.
,Letter: to.Bi L. U. (erBtrNt.KtairlnN. No. 70 Jnn 6. Ivr '. tI

Dear.<" Sirwr-Not, one. Fla.Ha man.' to ten (F,.,- 1 u.. g'r C. W. Griffin"j\ -A'rU L&985 EXPRESS'T t tt td

"knows whether bs's wasting moro T. M. RIVERS, M. U. QTS..t;... PRDWD'
not. when he paiats. .It.,,,depends, ,ontba Pbyslctaa and .S nceosi, 3 3R. ,, \

tv With paint., your Job will take .6ffloa in Van DnrorDR. BllndiDa". Fancy gamily Groceries ,**se Send with us no|2.8S marks and to-we show will ahlp contents)'OII1a', fotuvfull,lair I Er

10 Kalloos and cxmts /orspalnt,, */ and' RBox6SNlq,', ... ......_.. !3nuwaas. 3J quart of WILLOW DALE RV[,express prT . I h
labowr.jth'an'otheeltand, costs .L MO; I .. svA. .. ,Fresh Meats. ' Try best it and if yon don't find it all right MOth* '{,f
,; with another' and costs 70; r you. ever Wed send it back to ns at our cx J n
pen. and'OUt' $2.85 will be ti
with another 10 and costs 'r 80; '0; prompt-. nf1uaded', a
Delluerj flour' Patriinage Sollalted.ret .. ,
with another 18 and costa, SO;' lit Every Day'stt any ,IaQ't that a fair offerl. tf:.
with another 20 and cost' 100;'' '. I ..LESLEY W. WEEDON.; at- sutm otterec .tetla.etsecrls euA..m. fl'Olll1ll Remember you save we the are enormous'profiu dtaUllen. .. wbea ,.oa buy a'
with another 22 and oosuHera's 110.> v. t of the deal-
800. example.: Profsssorlrvlne. 1.:: .I>BOIALI$T. en and of aYUld all chance! of aduJteratioQ. ,Yon ant slat l
: 'n .can petting oar whisker Jut as it comes from
of the Academy Meroertburff-; -'.RT.. CAM. NOSSJ AND THUOAT.frtvate r oar distillery,without being.
Fa., painted the floors of his dormi- tamper with III allY

S aeries.veI' one the year paint. with of one the Hospital, American: 'National, + It HARRIS, M.D. .J. 8. MC EWAK.HARRIS' .,, .y.U JOG prefer com .hlskey w. will send >..'. r, a
paint, next year Bank Bid g.,Tampa, Fla.:, (oar full quartaol rorALLAF1iiNCLA1R'St 1 t
other deater.therotodiv.detrhebus-. : I COlI. b
'iI : X
iness, with,them, .till ,Devoe came to, /" I"" ,, SANITORIUM.ORLANDO ., \lWNIiKiYloriY.0'm'pres' ,. bett prep.kl..Yontxn't
Sown., << cars. w .q,frOm.nybody.else.atiSKtH '
rJ r 'The Job took M gallons: takes 60 DR. cnAg. c.' OUR; ,FLA 1 an,Oar price. { '

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+ r .'160 year till) be got,. Devoe. Van *'. conveniences for Surgical work. and the cars and treatment of. of run JJ>risk. when ym deal with. us aa the owners?.
:Another example.When, Coo., W. Office..In ,puzor Building. the. sick. ". I.. and oar company tote reeoarua of alDil1loo dollar.
-' I' ;jBrowo.t.nlou5d 6. O.,lirnwit.,painted tookv3 JJ. T. Phone No..T6.t : .. Rates$ $30; per'week which 'include* medical. at; .. rentERtHACONJ9A .will" do esactly as.we -7. 01
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'Ttic Kl&slmmee Valley Gazette| Fine line of watches at the Klssira- "-1-.White StarLaundry-City: Bakery: : For.Sale.=AhorsA, nod carriage. W, L- Van Dirzor report the shipment I now have. my'new.'bottling '','work' ;"t' >

, mee Drug Co. Apply to A. K. Besides at. residence. of three' crates. of peaches- on Installed sod .am ready to ill all "R.
Dwelling, for rent, apply. ''to M.. April 28U order for first' class soda', water.< 'f
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TKLKPHONB NO. u. : Mr. W. 'J. S. 'Carr' went' Tiller. 'I Mrs.. C..E,,JOD" and 'daughter are My machinery I* and; I caD: (0''

New Smyrna yesterday to see about 4 visiting Mr. and,Mrs. Leon Hebb atBartow Mr*.. L. Hall'' left Monday for.. St. furnish better good than ever before'"
Mrs. R. D. Fuller'Win.ter '
FRIDAY having an addition built to his cottageon' Petersburg to'vlsU her daughter, Mrs. Give DM a.t.rlaL CUA. BAB\.

PUBLISHED EVERY' the beach and getting It ready' for Haven to 101 It.M.r..Fuller on Tuesday , W;, Burofttof that place. .Dr. and Mrs..J.-F.; Sbands,, of Fort. .
-BT- by his '.ml1'hI. summer. Get your at the KIsIminee1 Myers-who bit. been visiting/ Mr..
w. B. HA.. I.. occupancy. Drug' Co. Full line of 'tablets and Mr*. J. L. Beaman left veMerdar'. '' .
The Dew Iron' fence has 'been placedin .
v" Go-Fly keeps files off horse and ,.slates.pencils.. pen. etc .
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residence t"\\ adds ,
I Mrs caul.25: and 50 centl.olel by Kl.-. ; frontof the State Bank"sod' they go for the benefit of Dr.. Shsndahealti .
OFFICIAL WIATHRtP011T. bride's parent Mr .hd E.. 11 Immee Drug Co. -\ ItMtMr. .A'' club rate of 11.15 per rear for the very much to the appearance. )v of that ). The joined bee by'

Avms* __tiir for week ......... Thnt. Fennell on Wednesday' e..nIDII'lalt, Valley Oa&et.t.e..nd the FJoridaAgrl- corner t their,.Capt Connie Usage.

| ,. Mat *., ISBT.' tI.s. __ Mr. P..G. White and Miss hey >Fen- D. O. Fulton, the well known cu1to rlet. Two, of the best 'papers In. 'Mr,'Norman WinD returned .io 8". and his, family'Represenatlve, ' a
nell Rev. 9. M. BrflCaln; officiating. Tampa market man- spent Monday the States .- Donegan bulritrO-
Peier.burlrMon a''abort
Must: fBJL'a Only the Immediate family and a few here on business. al. after heed bills in the Legislature nro: -
invited friend were present. The Card have been reoel.l'bl Mends visit to his parents Mr.; :And ''Mr*. Vldloff for the exempting of Conies'sV 1 ,

Valley Gazette extend congratulation Mr..E. A. Gilbert, of Fort Myers, here from Mr*. Sarah Davenport; an- A.. W Wlnn. ate soldiers from paying oocpatlo-sal'

J'JoWaJr., . . M 71 *. has 'been spending several days here'.' noi/nclnc the marriage of her'Jaugb* Work wa commenced on' Mr; Thurman's or trlction license; for,tax1''under the construction certain of Ao, #'I

. 2M visit to hi. parents. < Mrs: Zaldee Anne Davenport. to ,
I '. '. . rrw 00 4. -1 new concrete block bank: build at the month of Southport rand .rll: "'
M.sdy Guide-Chart. ,with each Ladles'Home 3
.. III Mr. Alfred Slater' Reed 'which occurred this week and'will be Cloud' O&Dal.1' and '1IIaklD..t .
.. .. .. .. .. '70 Journal pattern. ,At ,DAMN'S. M r. L. C.,, Cotklln, who. is now connected 'on Wednesday/ April ,,17tb"". big ; now_ hurried Priatlon therefor;. and for the puM f
11.ndp."... M. 6l<< with a bank in Gainesville be''at forward. ,to completion.G lication each year of a list'. 'of<< sip! ,
Mr: and MM. Reed will home '
Mesars, Godfrey' 'and Chick, two Fla:\ spent. Monday' In town on bus : M. Broad".ter.l general salesman lands Qwoed,by,the State,, .:' ,
In Klsslmmee after October lit.Trjrthenewbarb .

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ness. for./irinc> JPertlllzer _works was n
of Louisiana, were here .Wednesday r oj rJ ahopr. "Ever"yamthing : ) i.terdayallingon W. t. Van fancier Jof fine took of all 5r'
-Il < prospectingTbesv jrentlemenrare'Interested --Help-W anted=" FatnifyuilatseFOiFtry : pew and up-to-date. Sharp... local welt as poultry has ben ...per '
i. Inside Fort .Meade on- shares.' sort Duzor agent, for Armour. lug the past three week 'with s1t r
LfliID lu''several large ..awmUlpl&ll' ,,clean towels, first-class ..service. ,
F L 1 : In'Loul.I.Da. and are Write 2520 .Capitol Indianapolis, F..U 1MrI. egg Jewel Incubator. The eg .
"* thinkingof Cards:;were received last _'week_ by just hatching today, and he I* bsvIn : ,
moving some of them to this State, Indiana., frlendsof..and Mm..8. D.'T; Coten A twenty thousand dollar oojpora. splendid luck. While the prtHlec* .

'prpildedtheyoao>> dndeultable, boa.tion. Where oo-Fly.goes .flies ..wUl'no' here announcing, tbechristeningot tlon I* being organized: in DeLand for of seeing the hatching process I*,\f apt "
'4 .. the of developing: the celery vouchsafed to"OrdID"7anal&,. as*
I .. [ go. Use it on your' horse and cattle their Infant daughter, MsrgareiAnn1e, purpose" '' ', .
Lv stetson shoes at ,DA iU &: f--- businesaon a tract of fine land out- It i* supposed to interfere! wink tinresult.
Have 'house papered' 'Go. 25 and 60 cents, sold by Klsslmmee which occurred Jacksonville last the editor of the Valley, Oas

; Wade,, the Tuner. Orlando., Gilbert" will your give. satisfaction.; Drug Co. 19-4t Sunday. The cant* were. handsome Lake; ,'aer aforcJ. There ;are< about cite .wa* permitted a. .brief gumps*
a you seventy acres of land In this tract, 'and this. morning and H was well wertb

,. Thirteenth to eighteenth. Wade the At the Baptist church'next Sunday Mrs.. S. E. Jennings and baby. of I ly engraved and bore miniature photographs -' I I. the intention of,the,, -company, .to toe trouble. The eggs ..w..Ia.u.t.all'ea .

Toner, will tune.E morning- pastor will'preach on the' Rockwell Fla., who have been' on a .of the mother .and; baby. : lit in ten acre of celery this fall and. of inoitbatfoa, from .
'.hole>> of the. firs* yip to
"This 8001... .*' visit friends here left foe borne 1 Flor.helro's IS Patent ..Oxfords : front
E Moiey and subject, Christian in to are increase the acreage year td year. fluffy blls of down n Min
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Mr. 'Orlando 'Men- The evening' subject will ,be: "The Wednesday. the correct thing a.. to style, comfort., The celery business at Sanford, ha te la>wer: :'part of tin .
baby .pentthedey. In ... each these etc. Found. ,at H. C. Stanford Co. and those It. Was truly an interest!"., .
Christian at Play At of to large proportions,
4a,. ,. ..\:" .. : .,. :...... j .:,;. { Questions'will Honorable ..A.E..; Donegan'i came only. grown I Van Duxor has bad ... al.?.
''IIP. t. "f..w services such practical home front Tallahassee'and! pent a eoa-a<
Mr. W. S.. Harwell spent lobe'd ', discussed as,.cab a CBrlstlan. play few days, 'urDlnat6 his lawmaking Notwithstanding| severe, drou\ and it 1. calmed| that the land ',of the the person of Dr.' ;'Orr .'who, .. "

attending to business In'Orlando yesm ten pin and pool AH;:are cordially\ duties Monday night. which thla'eeet.IQn has suffered; aTcon- DeLand Celery .oorpora IoD on Lake .tudle/i the IDltrIJcLloDa.'im 'be "'Bas-. ;
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$ terday. .:. 'Jt Invited U>. attend.theseervices.! ?;;';. '> slderable quantity 'of vegetables is Bereiford i* the same character a* the .all of them at hi* tongue' suds ''" ) 1

u. Mr/ Sarah E.;; Dana' 'and'' Mi"1 being/ shipped-from: this, plaoe. .We famous celery farm at, Sanford.- I. '' *
f Judge .W. R. Johnaton and Mr. 0- Queen Quality Shoes,' all 1' styles" ," at lorence Dann have"returned were, at the depot Wedneidsy'morningwhen : ForSalev;. :, .;" '
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t oeola Johnvton mad a brief business. '. Miami where they spent) ,.some 'Imal the northbound train passed and, Fifteen spies, part of it lI)18D414o
4 visit to Tampa on Tuesday;\ Woman's Home ,Mission So- visiting the family of Mr. ,TAsti A.. to ours surprise, saw about seventy Having'. purchased I am the prepared Klsslmmee to :land,.adolplcK *?"nice.!>grove.;; '
Remember. Dodd shoe lor clety ", lit holel a Tea at the homer of Dann. oj. orate of cucumbers and beans'loadedfrom promptly supply bottled soft: drinks. Some black land ,(or.cjarden! ,: Fiver,

t Dorothy Mr. and Mr. Moon on next' Tuesday the platform to the train. will I hou.e'tdat.bed'Tbree; muM ,
at DAMIf'a. I,' 1 All colors narrow velvet Ribbon at. Phone 120 and ;your order 're ;' rom\ f
i lades' ' evening at 7:30 o'clock.' ,The young H. C. Stanford Co. ',\that oelve prompt; attention.. ? _: from town at rairoadstatScn:'" 'P4.toer'r; l
If wants medicine will :
.It.t Mr: Ida Overly left ibis week' for and old are' cordially Invited to be cure anyone hoe cholera and. all other stock 11,-".. ,J{. A; Lancaster.Having <01... !15M; easy term*;'" *.'!.;f' ," ,...
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Mr. II. N; returned last" .
< her home In Chicago..after a visit of present. .A pleasant erenlog I I. prom. and chicken disease, applyto.M.BS. disposed of his home on Ne- : Five room cottage do" Broadway...."' +
' aDd'rofreibm'DIA will be served. Friday from Miami and the lower W. A. Funs bere with ber bed General
..,.ral I months parent braska avenue for 20,000. Nice shade trees, artesian well. Prlcev.; '
East Coast, where she had been visiting Kisstaunee..Fla.Section ? 'r
will off.rIDe.will be taken for residence J ' '
: Allen Thomas, after a long/ *
J Smoke Ee, West Hsvaiial the best6c friends ;
and relatives for. the
('. cigar on the market. the ladle of the;;Home Mission Society weeks.I past Foreman. T., Q. Duke hasbeen here, ha. decided to.return. with -his- cottage near court bousep- :I

. .. two busy, this week with &ts force 'el-, I wife to bis old home at New. Orleans, half, acre; *ome' fruit (,..tree; good*
the Seaboard .
Mr. 'DoD..raD.O'. : New Idea'Pattern*, 10 cents.., at H.:' A beautiful line of White Shin. cavatingor'a' temporary sidetrack having lrplfled hi. Intention of abiding garden.. Price, 91,400. ; .? I
has been
Airline Ry. shops Waldo, Waist. at'H. C. Stanford Co. .,J. M, WILIAON.1L. ti
t. Stanford Co. where the Midland crosses Broadway there until death shall claim him. . "

a pending a few!' day at home' _this,week. \Mr.Morrlson r f .of the *opera* house Sheriff Walker arrested three ne- The' sidetrack.will. be of' standard General and Mr. Thomas will leave I. 4.4

Fresh stock garden and flower' '.seed and bas to New gross (two men and a* woman) here gauge and will be used ,.for' placing the city the latter part of May to' attend 'Th JgBJ1 r ,
skating rink gone ;
the Klsslmme Drug Co. ; ,:
,at York to in the'ascetellne Ir&lbu.ID' Monday who are charged with stealing rail and other material on the ground the. reunidn of Confederate veterans
: engage ; A. aDd wn. H. petteway, the and ha a boat,and some household goods for beginning{ the work of wideningthe at Richmond to which, reunion

''of' Petteway.Naval Store. Co., left the"entire during business summer Of" the opera from Mi-..J. W. Cole, the Fort. Gardner gauge'on/ the Midland road.''_ '\The General ,1'bomu will" go a* a delegate TI'nh' poration: (Q Jo.: ,

: work of-changing of this CAmp 1 Then they intendvisitiogthe .
were prominent. visitor in. town Wed. house and management of the skating turpentine man. gauge,? from Loring. '
II road will be done by .''contract ,'and it Jamestown exposition and
nesday..., i. 4f' ; ... rink with Mr. E. H. Weatover. of this See those Matchless American Auto Cars',Mae.T .
is expected that the 'CoDtract..111 be the.Crecent In
Ladles',Home Journal pattern. dIfO'Waw city, who"'UlIrI" it his personal! *.u- Beauty Corsets af H.;C. Stanford Co. proceeding to City. ""
material.. DAMN'a.. let now in a few days, when the work loslcg .General Thomas and hi*estimable '5 Leaye'Kisilmm.eCt45's.<< : m.
At until the of '. Mor-
pervlslon return '
r ; : Mr.- Harry W. Thurman has had of broadening will begin in earnest. wife Tampa' loss I is gain for. New Arrive Orlando 8M a. m. ;
Mr. & '''A. 'MaUMwil''aDd: family rlson-T-Qrlando Reporter the sidewalk in front of Kat.&'. store, Orleans. Tribune Arrive. Sanford 9:20 a. m. lR.
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Patronize home industry by getting < Leave Sanford 11:00.. ....: '
Mulberry 'w'IIItIDeI a I: See brold.rlee insertion which had berUD.t.o crumble" takenup :
have gone | and at ,
s your.bottled soda from the home fac Florida .Alrl'leuhu"'lii.b.. beet Arrive Orlando :12:30 p.m.;
, fart weeks; and It I.I poslble.tby may. H. C. Stanford Co. and i* having It replaced with afirstdlas. tory. Call up 120 and your orderswill 1 agricultural,The io the State, and Leave Orlando .2JOp. nv

i decide'to live there permanently. cement walk;by kir. MON be properlY filled.lltf. paper Arrive Klsslmmee mi +
t Sheriff Walker -Wednesday I t Valley per year. 4spO pJ ,, ua
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'The> City for the morning? for' to'brini back rls, the expert cement worker 'of Smith. J,4. LANCASTER., ...r>State agent .Connectlotrwith. SeaboaMf,;R.? at' .

White Star In the. Fred Dlxon:: ,.negro who 1 I. wanted ft Luter ,, ,' I Orlando and the 'Clyde, boat at- Sanford
Tampa .
State.. Mr. 0. A. Beach' family will leave S.'B.: Aultooan, formerly of. .
; by) the authorities here for: stealing' Phone'your want we do the run time 'been t going north. A
here today or tomorrow-for" Jacksonville but who has for some past: 4
,,MUses Mabel, Parker and ,Adele some money from;July.. River, a colored hasentered n. ,Fareanaea: railroads
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\ neni" toLoughman Wednesday merchant la North . : DHUQ COMPANY,, and St. Augustine jto spend a engaged io; .bu.ID..ln f'' :' ">
down to Klsslmmee.
'a 4 Dunne few day*.. :.Mr. Beach'"will remain the rank of Tampa's ';'business HAKRT W.',THCKMAHJ President.Capt .
J afternoon to spend a'' few day The theft,w'* ,oomnlu d some time A fairly good rain fell here last '
having'purchased in- iBurc .
; a few, 'da,. to, wind up some businessrmalter men. an ,0.. Eo: Vice President;,T. r
,'ti' a. the guest of Mr, W.. E:, Irvine.If ago,; and Sheriff'Walkerbss? 'been on Saturday-one that filled the ditches *. 'after'which be will go iereet 1D thereat estate firm '01' Allen Daily. Beo'y and Tr a*< ) .f f fc
ji'raU of the. fugitive for' My..1da1' to a deph of several Inches and caused '
you hay anv'.laundry' to send to Jacksonville where,hU family' will ifs Jacobs dr. Aultnaan recently sold '\ '',
in finally locating him at' Miami the water to stand in, the street in t '
away and want It done up good join hlmi'; and .they will goybn to outhis''busloeae'In' '' Miami, and baa > 1'M. \
the Citv:Bakery.. where he had the'authorities'' holdbins' for several hour afterward' eelkilk
.' .hApe-:1IboD.': Jto puddle returned from a' short visit to Cuba '
Wall.*rboro.,S; CV'Mr, Beach's gen- just t

, t Mr.',Cha* Graham returned to Nar-- ,_ until. 'he'* could arrive. which will,prove of great. benefit' to ialgood natures; baa won,'for him a ,'where be ba* been' looking ..overthe 'TILLER ; f'I

in c Legs "It thelte but its b'.lrrloul'\lralIDtere. of this sec"on. business field Be b..... however
sojo 1-emplo..1ed_ la not of a town, host of friend In KI'IImm..Dd ,
,t't:t ''saw mill,1a.t'B&urd&y. after a'.hots character \ >at make. ;it' '.;desirable ., >_ *[ tbboughoul'the.'Qounty' all' of .whom decided that Tampa i* 'rood- enough Real Estate Atejcy.WDVVVM !.
1> : but.pleasant. visit With- tbe. t bometolk.j' .. .. pl.ceoO! life: ,, A ll 'e,prosperous town .. W'D"A'al' to nurse' and'look" regret to *ee him and hi. good family for him and ba accordingly ,made I . <*W'B,'VXMt.>*VVB1MIMVl>MwVMMNHI I J". } .J,

';' barber" shop' at' ,. ctrlck's'old is A desirable one ,tp live' in; and .a after baby, Apply: atTbe, Inns 1 lea,jet but who'will wish them,, every the investment noted above. The Bra,, -' ;J .
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i .stand' Service by a tonsorial artist I town may prosper ,and ,.t.- be email. Mr..,A. E..Donegan closed the deal prosperity wherever they may.,.decide & Jacob) haft been lngular !: Realty bought .. .. .

couversant with. all the lateen, fad in ,I Every citlien In a 'town should' be while here Monday, by which' he die to locate. 4 )ly successful, In the real ,estate.field I Hou88 rented.: ,', ": ; .

y barberlng: r .: Interested in its',prosperity? One of 'pOMtd of 1,100 acre of timber land since Its inauguration and will undoubtedly 'Taxea pid'and 'TJtl a'vertfl -\' o4": 'f,1

"The store* began elosino;at fl o'clock the best;' ways,to help a town' 1* l0speak lying north"Of town to JI llrlSU..1Th. .. I ', Plano Tartar.. :, continue upon its '' 1'. d foi.non-reiJdenU.-* :; ,,. 'M 1 s' : .' ,;K';;;
,on ',Wednesday, May, 1st, and ')bed : well of ',It, '.is .tree, ''patriot.limb deal also included his team* and .During'' weeks M ay13 to 18,' Wade, pas career' ."Mr.'. 'Ault o. '* '"family,, .:Fire Ute'andAcclcl.nU" -* ":...'; ) ;, 'I'I"

',: baseball boy will 'now proceea to getth.aiselvee .'abd.b'.' \Jr own,;;tows, .andtnterest.that wagon and all wood DOw 00 the property the TuD8'.'WtI1','work'" IB' Ktsslmmee.. who are tnl at Miami, will 'move ''tc p: .ur'ance.Y; .i',f.\.

. affect the', .town: sbould'cii.enVsildd The : ale" was' made send order toThe Inn about the first of'JnneampaTimes. : : kLtdemnltrBonda. )
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''HEALTH'Of."WIMEN' Former Governor of Georgia, Brave Spring Catarrh, .

In nineteenth century to keep' | Xew York CUy.-Every yarlatloa tVlilte and Yellow. 'Soldier. ., and Erstwhile Noble Cltl, "

.. up with the march, of progress every of the Eton .IaC'ket'.s to be worn during White trimmed with pale yellow Ol.. at Albion, N, Y.: M L. "
. power of 'wolD u In strained' to it.*, tile miring and many attractive Is to be worn a great deal this sea xgn "
v : : utmost, and the tax: upon her pliysU, novelties era! being shown.. Here .1 is von, and particularly In the shirtwaists -

cal system is far greater than ever.* one that: elves the new broad shoulder and summer\ dresses. There, 'Former Governor Rufus Bullock. of qf ;,
a A i, .' .4 In the rood old-f line, and 'Includes of soft white N. V
a b'l WA 1 >,. our grandmother few drugs were are gowns material Georgia, died Saturday at Albion\ ,
+G >; ,; : used In medicines., They relied upon vest that Is chic an'd fascinating .In, 'ttllk null, cashmere voile taffeta and IV the family homestead.' He had flsra 3' I
koult In ,the Illustration el
t ; that
: the extreme
,1' : f : ;,;,: ; ;. roots aud herbs to cure weaknewtel crcpa de chine' are made post
tA and disease, and thelr.knowlodyo of made of old blue Panama cloth with lively ravishing by the addition o' been .tn, falling health' fur sumo time

roots and herb ws far greater trimming. of black,UrnU' ,and vent-of some yellow lace or the applicationof Ha was 73 year of aje. ''

i than that of women -today '1' r.'al1' slllt, but every seasonable lace ecru gold( or coffee The combination by'birth
Few Georgians; whether or
t 11 wa to this utiidy of roots and ,
is ono. of the prettiest to be'8e
r 'I herb that Lydia K. Plnkliain of for adoption, did mere real'' good for the 'a"x
a season.
I 1D many .
p G .Lynn M&ItS. discovered and rave //A mol'e'thrltiing
to the women of the remedy atata than he Fewer still bad'

more potent and eOIoaclous than l! Over Illiirtno or ,Jumper; ncngaUoual: and eventful!' career .

/VJRS.! c4 :. FINK I any combination of .drugs. fresh" variations of the over waist I 'or led a life more strenuous, more(
are constantly appearing, and the'
Lydia E.Pinkbam Vegetable 'Compound fashion Is altogether! such a graceful nerve-racking, or more _IJul etlrrlng.

Is an1'honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable, thorapeutlo flalu'e.l'blamoololoe and charming on, that. Us favor Governor Hullock was born In Beth

{ made from uaU"el"OOl..nd herbs contain no narcotics seems likely to be Indefinitely pro leUeui! Albany county, New York, cm r
:1 ,
or other harmful drugs and today lioMa> the reoord for the largest number 'longed. Here-Is one of the very simplest t
of actual. curesof female disease of any medicine the world haa'. ever yet most effective,that Includesthe March ;11, 1S34,"but when only seven # *'. at
.' a known, and thousand of voluntary'. \' 'testimonial are on file in the :
hi lo Albion.Y.
old moved
mandarin or kimono sleeves and year parents\ ,
i ... : {
laboratory at Lynn, M. which testify to 1U ,
I- Mrs.O. K. Pink of Carnegie Pa., writes:-Dear Mrs Illnkham1ft -' that ran be ma Jo cither with, a V- N. ., "where -he graduated front Al, I,
wish every suffering woman would take. Lydia E. Ptnkham's Vegetable. i : -' shaped or' a square opening., As Illustrated bloa Academy' In 1S5U; r I \t tf
''p Compound and write to you for ad rice. K baa done me a world of rood : ; It la made of pongee with silk >,dr t
,and what it has ooompliihed for me I know It will, do far others' braid and heavy applique and Ii At thin time' the dev'elopnuint of the f % 'J

When ,women are troubled with Irreg-ularlt lea Displacements. Ulooratldn. worn over a lace gulmpe: ,' but'one of electric telegraph"was! just begun In 1 1, ..
Inflammation. Backache, fitrvo\i Prostration, they should remember -. .
of the
the advantages waist of
there icons tried and true remedy, Lydia' E., Plnkham'a/ Vegetable t many New York, aud Governor UuilocK.,
Is that it allows the of
this sort use '
i ,
Compound. "only f'ears'of; aoou J
though 17 age
that be found In the
gulmpe may !
any r .
Mrs. Plnkhatn'a Standing Invitation Women wardrobe or of any preferred style uiajifrcdUie& > art It Is sale 'that,he \
\ 1
Woman suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to, I while'"the waist-Itself Is adapted to wall tao ft rot tclegrapu operator ,'abiis I -- ""': 1 J
c write Mrs. Pinkham, at Lvnn M.... Out of lier' rant. volume of experience almost every seasonable' material.For .' to' I'Clil1d, by1 sounu.Ho '!MISS' UOH.V H.4Y1)Ez .' a

r a she probably .he.; the very knowledge hat will help your case.. Immediate wear the pongees, installed tno printing .telegraph "Without hanlnlion I vil. to thank yea

light weight silk, veilings and the systems. In. New ''York Ulty,' liuAatu.Uocuetster \ forlhf>/ff>rr.mrdifinr.Vru attrlieJ.J hare..n found, and trft in yowrraluat anti

rmaterial like are exceeding popular,. while a ,. Utica, 'Ailiuny; Uprlngtle.U tae altfntivn of all my' frirtul Ki rrtaq-
II little later, washable,fabrics so.made with ('(ratarrk that fact.. /Vm' thiittdielphitt., iitj took. :
and 'charge o
j will be equally smart. jvlly rrrotnmriut it to tilt twffrrinraturrh with.
in'' a rival concent In I-hliadViphla.. which in any/F..I.-V'II.' IJvr'l& 11'IUtUta.
: The blouse is made one piece
1 I Wonderful OliStoveS li appropriate\Sr-and the vest bfeYe' being under-arnr seams -only, broke l down the-monopoly; and caused: tiy lith St., S. II", 'W H'atliityton 1) V.-

more,general use of'(.he telegraph for A CASe of Spring Catarrh., *
can be of, any contrasting one that and Is drawn on over the head the ''
t' business-and socialintercourse.. Mm. K. l l awler-- 23V4 N. llrondviray.PilUburg
the waistline
may ba liked. A novelty Introduced illness being regulated l
Ka.., write: "I.uit upriiitf' t
;; Entirely Afferentfrom In the lato winter was the use of cretonne by means of tapes. The V-shaped In 1857 President Plusoiore c.t'tbo caught a severe cold, which dveloxnl. into
Em- 'for these accessories and some opening Is apt to be very generallybecoming Adams 1 Kxpreas company sent Uov a IK-IIOV caw of cntnrrh. I felt weak and

K all others.ideas of the. effects, BO obtained are really but the square one also ernor 13 ut lock,to Augusta; Ga., to' take .i'kl" end member could of neither our dub rat .imr'who ilt huil>..|> well.been

{ 3i i bodies new general charge pt the buslueaa ''la the cured of catarrh through: Die pse of t'eruna

i 0 new principles. south. Here be caused the construe- advised ni,<* to try it, and" did; no at oncV.
1 expected liclp but tinUmig, like the won
Easily managed lion of telegraph lines to "Inttrlor. derful) ilianito fur t ho' IH-IHT I nlmej'ycd 1 nl a
__ .% points, and when the civil war came most a& noon n* 1 tarto.l taking it. In -
: ft r Reduces fuel ex .. three div I felt much Ix-tter. end within
this valuab.e 'to tad
on proved most two week 1 was in line health. 1'cruna ;p pIt
r pense. Ready for \ Jonfcdereates, as' coast Hats all fell a wiirnleifiil. molii-ine.; "

business at moment into the hand of the Federal. t
Over these wires communication
_ of lighting. Fo'ryour CETt/RA.: *
llltahud between President
was -m
1.1II'son-1l he rich
54/ summer cooking -. a Davis' and 'Generals Lee leSturetarU Dawson Fabulously. Why, he

r get. a and Johnston. The Southern Express stayed three flays I: once at a Florida

.1.1r company)' transported all contributions> hotel.SomervillB. .:._Journal. ,
of supplies and food to the con ladcrates Duesars
F31li,Bt.Vlttu'DannaNrrvow pnrv
[ NEW PERFECTIONWick without cost. manentlycured by Dr. Klin*'* t kea t J* rvRwtonr. r
lie was appolnted'actlng assistant (3 trial bottle and tTMtnw,""'-. V
'I I -r Dr. R. &. Kline Ld.J31! Arch Ht.,PhlU., Pa,
: quartermaster; general of the' Confederate --

j 1e'FIanOilook(; -Stove army, with the rank of cUonel, THE BEST TRIMMING.

'HJ . ,. and aa such served, to the surrender. "What Is )there on Jour'b'3t, that

Ira neat to highly! -"".. . Doe* not overheat' the kitchen.OH . At: the close of the war he devoted makes you so proud of it?"

I 1 I always at a maintained teYe1.I'Three sixes. Fully warranted. 1 his energies to 'material development"" "The eyes of all the other- womenClevelsnd ."* ;,

It Dot at'your;;, dealer's, write our nearest, agency for descriptive: r of. <(Georgia. : loatler.lOO ---....
.. circular.. MI. Going to New York, be secured $ toward, .tOO.

I .. capital to open a national bank In Tb. reader.ot c> l this paper *ill be nlwufd to l
i I. "', 'I' Augusta Later he became president learn tnat there in at lent one dreaded di. f
I ease that cicooe. baa been able to curate all ,
R4fOLamp b the beat of the Augusta and Macon railroad: ,
it sisgesandthstutetarrh.11.11'.C.tarrb
'f; 1
I' bmpfOl'aD-- I. ,'1 ali"L.yh.SJ he went to Sew-"York 1<> secure Cur, i. the onljr ponitrr' cur now known to
- 1 -; : funds 'for Improvements t was told the mWical, l Iraternilr": Catarrh"being scontitutioiml -"*" '
\:.''f}" /.:"" ,; ,, Made.of -f .' hat. Georgia had, not yet coinq iota treatment llsll'sat.rrliVenutakeninter. i
I .
: I the 'Union. This caused him Yto no nallr.n tea directly upon the blood and tnu
r lightgiving'power; an ornament to any room.. Colic attrfatelrofthe ryslem.tharcbv d"' 10,.
.. .
politics lounda tion of th.disease,inrtT' _
:Every, lamp warranted. If pot at your dealer,> 'r jn. the ) JP
wilt*, ,to our nearest agencySTANDARD *- H- .J called A constitutional lend he took a convention"prominent! partIn was the patient' and*tr.aMUttnc icth: by building nature in;up Joint the tortv ire .. *..V'stitution l''

work have *o mueb faith '"
OIL COMPANY ., It. Atlanta was made, the capitaland in it. curate power. that they oderOnv'' i
'/4a>osPeauTxaa he was elected governor.from,? 86i UundrH< Dollar for any.... tbat It aiU to 's
cur'. !bend for list of tent imunial Addramf.
----.. .to 1871. Jie recommended the'eA JJlt J.'nl'IK:0.::' <(<: .. Toledo, 0.
1 ; of the .e.tero' and Atlantic; and It Bold I t h" DniiriliU. 7\:"?.- ,
+ }I POTASWITflOOT PO1A U twenty Take Hall'. Family 1'ilU for eonttltutjon.TUB .
(...' was leased for years, the state
: '
,. .."i' realizing $8,000,600) from. It'In. :. BET: r
... \, \ ",;': !,) :;.the election of 1870'It' became Knlckelioeg be come, from the
:' ., 'j;" rYrpl apparent, that the general assembly beat families, i
'l I ,\',7" 'overwhelmingly against Governor Boclier-N'o. the otrictly freBh.- &

Bullock, and -he resigned.' Two In- New York Bus,

: / r dlctmenti were .found against him- 9

one for alleged conspiracy, to defraud: The Tanner's Wife

r the state, the other for ,failure ,to account Is wiry careful about her churn. She' P
These Itlastratlon* j for certain bonds said to ,have; scaldaitthoroeghlyafteru.lug.aadgivrtII

show the variations la sl.* been the executive department a sue bath to sweeten It. hh* knows)'
I r.. between wrong, vigorous. : cot that If her churn U I It
I a of For sour will taint t.ber v'
by .the Atlanta.
1 -k' ,toa plaat-tbo, result at"fertilisation-- < J butter that U: made In I\, The stomach 11
with seven years be announced himself a churn. In the stomach and digestive'' 1

t ready and tried to' secure trial. lie and nutritive tracts are performed '
........, was finally 'vindicated by formal verdict . ceases which are'aIDJ08t. exactly like pro the' tp

a .J: -: Potash of' a. jury. churning ot butter. Is It not( apparent[
: In GovernorBullock took then that If this .Lomt.lh churn Is foul III
... admirable while there are a host Of as certain advantages, and both are 1891. up makes)foul all which Is put Into UT I" ;:
silks that can be ut lilted, or trimming equally smart. its permanent residence In Albion N. The Wll. of a foul stomach Is not alone,'
ind plants tt/rrtiHtt and In eons inene..ti-ertne'from Cotton Btlfht.Thi only can- be to give the The quantity of material requiredfor Y., where be resided until the'day of the bad taste In the mouth and the foul''
*and other Interesting experiments are described in our books,' CottoaMtwe made Ills wife died two breath cau&d by It. but the
.. and **Pv nt..... effect.Tha. the medium site Is two and tht-_ his .death. years corruption'
Farminglr to Interested. Wrtttea
,, : any on* the current of blood and
the d
r pure I
r by pru. and fell el vend uKeatlons: which, followed out.will ....... -Eton Is made with a foundation eighth yards twenty-one, one and ago. He leaves one daughter, Airs. of disease. throughout tho nomination -

tu 'bur and bigger larger profit; Write lor. them to-day. portion which consists of fronts three-quarter yards twenty-seven Leonard Kendall of Greenwich. Ga.. Dr. rierco's Golden Medical l bodr.t. t

GERMAN. KAU WORKS v: add back, the over portion which one and one-quarter yards forty-four and two sons Freeman Bullock of make the sour and foul stomach ..r;

'. : .....Y..... ...... alnat. ae ,Au..... aa.-tZ24 c-a. Eaadlse also consists of fronts and backs and Omaha. Neb.\ ,,. and, V. V, bullock as- ItdueaFor stomach what the washmganil 't:
--- -- the sleeves. :The foundation..'.Is' faced slstant postmaster of Atlanta. ",. sun bath do for the churn-absolutely!/

." from the front edges to form tho vest 1 Terrell of Georgia removal every tainting or corrupting e1ement. -'
r MALSBY COMPANY, A doem't mind beIng a-trifle and at the tinder-arms with'the material .the Governor upon :la this way It euro blotches
receipt of news of Governor BIIIlock' -
et e.VOCttTTH ST..ATLANTA. death issued: a proclamation sores or Ox'
rs and all
to show up in, the right place separate and arranged over It, the
ordering the state fls at half mast bunion or lncnwj"" arising from bad blood.;
collar being'Joined to the neck edges
If you have bitter, nasty foul taste la
affd that \the executive offices be closed
OTUB: ,MARRYING QUtHK." of both. The sleeves also are ar your mouth coated tongue foul
a : "" rangedover linings aud are SUllihecJwith' luring the hours net apart 'for' the are weak and easily tired., /ml depressed breath! I Iuest :

Jnstlco Ceo. E. Law; of I Brazil-Indlias .. roll-over cuffs uneraUEIGHTWORKMEN and dcHpondnnt. havo frequent headache,!

t I Married 1400 Couple*.' The quantity of material' requiredfor t1 1 dlwv'attack*,gnawing ordlstns tom q,
the medium size I.' three- and LIVES sob, cniiatlpatod or Irregular bowels, sour
Justice Qeo. E. Law. of BrasH, seven-eighth yards twenty-one; three LOSE or bitter risings after eating, and poor
Ind., has fairly, earned the title .The and three-eighth yards twentysevenor appetlto.thenesympUims,or any consider

"" Marrying, Squire,""'by which, he is one and seven-eighth yards forty In Collapse of Pier at Locust Point on abknumberotthemladicatathat vou are'T.lS'llfJ'KU
known far and wide,. biliousness' torpid! or 'lazy;
four inches .wfde with five-eighth Baltimore.., Harbor., usual accompanying L. )_'.
having already married yard any width for the vest'nd' five With a roar that terrified" thousands- gestlon or dJapepllla and their attendant
r' some 1400 cou- ten e der.ngsmo.Thn . '.'
(ffl', tc pies. Teq.years ago: I yards braid ,,for trimming yards.., two and soutache/ one. end a rush that drove a wave -feet one'" t c :: eo.mglitceme
ra.Mute, at asl. DUn U Gab If ,he was Deputy-County .eighth.yards twenty-one or one and high to distant parts or'the harbor 0 'L se
( Treasurer "At one-bait yards ,tb rt1..h(Inches wide of IlalUmortf.;. nearly half of- the new 0 i

--4 \ .MACHINERY.AND ; that time." said Jus--. for...lining.XFlutter, 1 pIer' under construction at Locust I: '

tr. ; tlce Law "I was suffering Point Saturday broke away from the .
.. : ,.. .r from an anV' \< <, < n f
.. ., Ons 1I1Ia.. Continue, shore and plunged jn'tn the"Water. Out I a. l" ...baolutel-, true
n eltw MUM. w.o..SSIs4 "' 1. :ttoylng kidney trouble. ngVeil* IWIIl t
; -
'IM 1111I 11-";' *.I.M IIMMrrto4 ta Mock. t W the wreckage three dead bootee\ bereadilrproventoyour (
.--Iar -. AJdraa....-awtwW , My back ached, 'Toe mania for fluttering; veils; : will but mail. postal card ftq 1
'_ M A...... ... ka.. _>.... ._ v. toy rest was broken at night, and the 'which baa'a run every'Tear revived I .... ., were soon 'taken,, fire men are miss- ',tieyDrt It. Vt Pierre. IIl1tralo. N. Y.;tor. I
L'1P .J..arnnt.I.M.aaew..aaaeweaaaeaeeeeee.. tog and their bodies are almost ropJ-lr hili booklet of extractatmm'1: tt
passage of tbe''kidney secretionswere : this season with surprising atreo&th. Inches wide. with five yards'Of braid. certainly ;,isle IItlll1dant medics
too frequent and contained sedtment. *- and there IB no expectation" a falling and one and three-quarter yards of beneath the ruins. Eighteen into ... '1"l>th".nwt'ftdlonta authorltlwi, giving' i'
3: > ; Three boxes of Doan'a Kidney off In this becoming fashion.. applique. menare., suffering from. Injuries hii world-tIlmncl mfldlclnea nd show 1 r rIng

= S NQ RD o Tn S0 Pills cured me in 1897. and for the ,- or h.what the most eminent medical tpen it

past nine years I have been tree from. Wistaria For rtosnc, -. i'opltaejte 1 New. .WILL, ASKCMNGE'OF, VENUE., age say of them. t

j kidney complaint! and backache.', Exquisitewistaria' arranged In Popllnette is one of the new wash -' '
r Sold by All dealers. SO cents a box. plum fashion trims some of the new materials It launders perfectly, and : Judge Long ,Fearful of- Trial In His Hunter, and Hawk Want Rabbit; I

Foater-M; bl&rn Co.;:Buffalo. N.1', French',bats most effectively. Many many win use It for thelrmornlng- Horn :The other day as George:, Crook.'I
: ..;.... County. er wai'rabbit .
r --- sprays are carry out the ides street frock. preference t6 linen hunting! with his dog.... .
n daoGLa ss NOT A, PRINCE orFINANCE" :of.ostNh plumes! ,, because It does not wrinkle and'muse Change of venue will be' requested In North .Bath,. woods; and, wren about,
"That man 4s positivelydishonest} ,-' ass easily t l .by1 Judge \vt'0.: : Loving, 'manager of I to shoot a rabbit that his dog was, 1

LARDUS. iald-the -proUstlng cltlien.. ,I ltttRtMleti lab F.anberoldesr Thomas. Ryan's palatial mansion at chasing a big, hawk which ,had'beenf f tt

.."No.1'. Sorghum."He'lsn' .. Butterflies Oak'Ridge>, Va-. 'who Is olftrged soaring overhead In search.of dinner
.GQgEONMENT-INSPECTION answered Senator I l som wltb' folded wlnpn4' ".Clove) Most Match: with' swooped '-
culpable as'yos'thlnL others apparently. In full'fight Just as pour gloves wm'eilhe, laying Theodora'Ester'for;drugglo Into the down hare and :'struckJts. talons ;,

coTn1N 0 'Be'lack."tke. hlxh" intelligence' which I safe poled among loops; and swirls mateb your costume*.or'the color lathe 'and aasaulUng-:bIa''daughter.. ., It u, It, wh.a Crocker nnd was flying''wfth. .
ilBlw8sgasrM enables a man to nerctie fto* etateal tot ribbon. -on',front; and sleeves of a trlmming.oewfl'your bat,' ''It ,probably;the, trial:"wlu', Uk*'place*ta nrcd! at the. hawk.'
brlngliiB .
down both rabbit and ) "
+ dlscdmlaatlon.Wasbingtoo'tati,, dainty embroidered blouse.' ; must be Charlottesrllle.. L bird,5a
aaMaaaaw R onset. the other. Th.
?/ YrA ). .\.>. hiwk.wa a'Ic>.ihowk. a rare bird';,J

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Bat. .She Never Had Sulphur,In, SuebConvenient i i '. .. -.-

State is Given ,Power! OveSchedules Fora as, This*. ', r' VAtu : Do ir..era Want Radial sHighwajd'Foreseeing ;'.
; tOF' ; 'objectlons to the
ofrR'aitroads grndmother'u..4"ulphnr,as' her i ; ,
. faroritebou.ehohl. rem.dy'and so did her I ''through":'reads ,proposed in some ,,

_______ grandmother. :Sulphur hu been curing skin! /- '. States, this wacasiDe presented In Its ,
: t February, Issue", some of the. ,arguments -,
and blood diseases for a hundred,,.....,
DECISION HIGH COURT J)lut, Jo the old days they bad to take / PE1 ( NAL.KNOWCED for and against making highway -, '
powdered ujphur.! ;Now Hancock's Liquid 'long*distance to extend. 'That in direct' article line, ;over
Sulphur gives it to in the best ' covereda
you poeblsform !
and you -get tbe full benefit.Uanoocg's . / Personal' knowledge,is 'the wi nkafactor' in the culminating conteftt:olthi , ,comparatively.'1 part, of the, .+ ,

'Atlantic Coati Line Appealed Again* Liquid Sulphur... Ointment competitive age' and when of ample: character. it .place its,, (fortunate question which seems to have come

North Caro"na'Railroad ,q.uickly.our..Eccem*. ,Tetter, Salt Rheum possessor in the'front ranks of. 'up ot for consideration by1 the .lawmaker
New York
,. ;* Comntlsalorraut Loat Mid sH'Skin' \ Diseases. It cured 'an'ttgly r"' > The 1 ,
WellInfOSIned of the World. ,Report says that a :number: et
ABA W. Willett '
,'of Washington
: Contelltlo" IX O., la three d ya':1: '' '. A vast fund of personal'knowledge H really essential to the achievement of.. the t member of the New,York. Assembly, '

Taken internally, it purifies the blood highest excellence: in any field of human effort -' 1 now'ln session,are ,mucb''eo9C8raecl'
The supreme .court of the United and,clean the complexion. Your druggist :A.Knowledge of Forma, Knowledge of.Functions' and! Knowl.' ,to leet automobillsts legislation proposed should.give'!
: great through.,
States Monday decided, In effect, that' ells it. edge of, Products' all of the utmost value and questions. of life and health I ways: which It, I.1 asserted )
t ,the railroad ommlsloner of Noah sock 8 lph.r Booklet free if you write H.n- when a true and wholesome remedy i is desired k should be remembered that Syrup; k' little ,more !than ,....hlP.t' !

Liquid Sulphur Company,Baltimore. of and Elixir of Serena,manufactured by the Cabfomia Fig Syrup Co t an : i'r would
Carolina; can compel a railroad company f'1fI * not give good' road to the. ,_
operating In ethical productwhich has met with the approval of the most eminent'physician, and 0' farmer and small',towns.. '
state to so adJust '
that WE'VB
PRINTED, THIS' 'UN BE- give universal satufaction, because it it a remedy of Reason ottered for,tbeae fear. sr*l
It* schedule, a* to, accommodate? FORE.Flrat that such '
roada"ouldb4at'J: '
Congressman Known Quality Known Excellence and Known Component
MIow did
t paueneera '.On other line tom any you catch! the Speaker' ey.T'! Parts aid has won the valuable patronage of millions of (he Well Informed of the , ent State,the but,agricultural little and their Intefestsoftbe4" ,, .

particular >1artof, the state : ,Second New, 'Congressman_"! borrowed world who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it u the (6reiand ket scarcely, any;' that these local"xda Inter*:

The oplnloa was Mtllvtred by' JuAUce 'a fiver from blur"-New York beat of family laxative, for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims are made.. r est.' pay half the ,coat ,ofad'; ''Improvement .,

61 White,, tn the ease, of (he Atloo Sun _ I 1 This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known by. direct ,taxation and!

tic Coast Lino ,Railroad Company -..:BABY, IN TERRIBLE/ STATE. I under the name of(-Syrup of Fig I"'and has attained to world pay of,that cost by eon.I

Vs., the Coiporatton CommUslon 'of : wide acceptance: as the most excellent;family Iazaf:ve.* A its pure .trlbutlons to the State rgvedues;' and'!
tang ; obtained from Senna well known that because .of''thl* ,whatever .State'l
,JMortli Carolina Tb s, cue arose out Awful Humor Away 'F_ laxative principle; ,are to physicians
of an' ,order Issued, by the Cwmmls. Body a !face of Sores-CnUrant and the Well Informed of the world to be the Lest we have fr I money, doea go: to, make-- good road i
Cure in T ..\Veeks. adopted die 'elaborate name of of and should ba spent for Improving the:
aionera;,. dlrectlni;, the railroad' com to more -Syrup Figs highways the farmer must before!
: ne
"My little daughter' broke out all' Elixir cf Senna- descriptive of the remedy ;,
as more fully :
any to make connection at Selma, \ s: I any of it should gg to make long and
C. ; '' her body with a humor ..ndMild e rry' but doubtless it will always be called (for, the,, shorter -'.tC .'
at by
JM. 2So with
: p., m., a train on' thing recommended, but without result: I '" > !StJihJ'o it? joad17 (I':
another, line running from the eastern called in three dOdon.but she continued to name of--Syrup' of Figtand: to get its beneficial < It may be, admitted$ frankly" that

part, of' the state>' with the I object of grow worse. ,Her body was a HUM of eoree, 'effects always/ note,,.when purchasing the full \\' any. proposal, construct *Uch' Improved -;

accommodating: 'passengers' whoso dU', 'and her little face wat,being eaten ...,. name of the Company CaWomia, Fig Syrup<, t.Co. through ''I'oad."say. from Albany '"

Unat.lou"'a. Raleigh Her ear looked ..If they would drop off.: .-printed on the front of every package t toBuffalo; ,>,would; alrord,to. the

'The railroad company resisted the I, Neighbor and Ointment advised,and me before to get I bad Cuticura used half Soap of whether you call for-1 Syrup of Figsor farmer and other opponent' of such''::' '

order,. on the grounds teat it,could not the cake of Soup and bor'of Ointftient the, r by the IuD iiame-'"-Syrup" ;of 1''R plan .r&'UlDentlf'wbUb: In few, other'd

to compied'R1th: without putting on sores had alt healed. : nd my, little", one' Figs and Elixir of Selma..s ., place In this country.would have i5!
face and __ ) mach of force a* would have In!
body were aa clear a. a new-born they
a. special .train,' which would involve .
'b.b.'.. would not be without it again 1)'m New York'bocauae; such throuCh.road !. ,>
txtrur cipciiBe.i Tnis, It wan contend: if,it cost fire dollar*, instead of ..nllt,. / In'thl* State would doubtless' ba,

'amounted' to taking proptriy without fl.. cent. .11.... Urarge J., Stvese. 701 Co- nearly parallel to and. nowhere .lar,(
dus of law The burn St.. Akron. Ohio. Auc. 30.,1005., " k
process coinmlscjon from the. Erie Canal ,to the, Newtt.!
Juatifled ,It* co'urne on the'ground / i s --- ,York;Central and, to the.West! Shore,

that '(:owpllall e with the order was CROUCH.." railroads, ,

necessary 16 accommodate a large "What It a'model guest: '. ( Along' each of these.three''line* oft,

PM'rt of Utp public.. ,:The supreme,court "One that stays. at home' a .great.. CcRASVSAN transportation local markets are/;/!
of North"'Carolina held agalnat the deal.' "-Cleveland::I Leader. d strung closejy.,, therefore products) .If"

railroad company and Its decision was I i&YCe1d' farms near them: need be'moved only//,
For more masons than one, ( TeaL a short'distance edstward
affirmed by Monday's action of the supreme the bwt ciolce when a laxative is needed; FRANCISCO;CAL.t , 'or west-! .
'.'. court of the United State on it Is Pare, lleaa&nt to take,Mild and Potent.Uuantnteed 'ward. Because they are used, byf.

the,ground that the order of the com under the IToodand. Vrup Law. LOUISVILLE KY.., LONGOJN 'ENGL'AND. T rNEV1'Y: , F tt many necting people.these, local the..public markets"roads areri con. *:I-' ,,'

ml..lon'doe. not affect. the rates, but By a Nose.. ... .. __ "K" rule dn''a condition' better than that
Is, a proper act of slate. regulation. "H had a string of horses," remark. ". T of roads leading northward or southward -
Justice While discussed at length ed a race-goer in the office of the < r GUARANTEED from them. t 0;

the contention ot the railroad company Savoy. "Funny thine about, him' too- lie Knows I, For, these reason 'some;mad eon-. '

that the case involved rate*"Jn had 'em all named No... the kind of e (r Buggies Runabouts and 'Surreys s tend that State'' money for" road>'Inv4-
Nose ,
anyway, and said, In part: "There was By a Nose Long ; provement should ftr.t'e to ''make

1 "This 'case 'does not 'Involve enforcement Your NOB. My Nose, Red Nose, Pug' 08 dpi ror SHIPPED DIRECT FROM rAcronVruvouWlroleeal better all roads having for their Mail! ]!l'
a'atato of Nose and several more nobody know i t purpose. saving In the coat'of !
by a general >> moving s
ccbcmo of maximum rate, but only now anyway.; \ TGtstalldstlR e .'''I'Ricii'tUO.: ...A.1 J': raeB product from farm ,to local markets*1

whether "un exercise of state authority "Come a big race. He enter His harden service at' arose ...._, .ep : wl Qaanate Call:Dellrery to torn TnlO ttttUnC . ,,. and that the making of lone through
' Noee, Your :Nose-: and Dy a Nose, them> I'I"D'N' AV FREE ''TRIAl:, ,TO TBOiwtQKT [XAJOjrVBH1CLM.. roads should walt. .until such shorter .
to compel a carrier ,to performa being the best runner In the bunch, .'_ UAjL UD-TUr ova toads radiating ,from local
particular :and sprclQed' duty as ,,o' "Well, coins to betln'.. Guy dowalookln' ", OUR JCWELV& MOWTHS GOAHAK' TEB COVERS EACH AHD EVERy'PART.. points, would run together many' "'

Inherently unjust and unreasonable as tor Inside IntormaiUoti. t"Wba.t'l 1 It '.' ... ImrlnretaewlMrw.. '. and so make or meet
i LlNadlforrafiln \ Wed tor out 1110'7.' .rn l..t..I' 1IIu.trat.d: which full, e.p1a1M: tow we throu1hlID88'of'htah.1\/
---'* '-toamotmttetAedeprhaUenohpreperty Iot ok.-'O d. toyousv. 'r fellow i 'eI f -Sa...rwr Opio.oa...4.o.e.1.HJOHGRAIJB.IlCo10V..I1I1J1; -. 'W'7'8' ... \

without due'' process of' law.;.or a asks me + 1S : MAliSBY! ,SHIPP & CO., Dipt B Ba /the. views meet only or! a

denial of ..the'equal protection' of the' T'Well.. .' I *.y.. ''I picked My Nose ( Y ;M t 41"1e I?#rOTSYTH, +,r ..ATLANTA.OAE'y the.conditions of this question.. It leI*
'law*.. '''In,'a case,Involving the'validityof to win. and I put a ,little bet' 'on. Your assetted that the cities of Buffalo and '"

.. an' "order: taforelng a' scheme of Noaw to show.',, : 'dRMSCENTANTISEPTlbORCATKfcT : New; York toa-eth.r."wm par,..ebtF..f
.. "Thesuable,boy,,be ,)mow./ butts five .cent,, '
maximum1: .tMr ot\course, the .finding I KNOWN'/TO".CIIE"O., or $42.500,000 'of. th.. '
Inw tout"'and he "t''Hla Non eRIRI u '
that the enforcement of 'such aj r Non AllayIne.mmation"aad.tope' 160,000,000 which New,York Stats-1* .'j
cbeme will not, produce an adequate by a 0th sure; .*een 'em run- ITu 1'"Sun f8m u;!: "*u w;,*Irritating strong ar earbobe acid -and.aa> barmlesa a*, to use for' Improving Its public roads.
return for'' the operation, of the railroad nine!" 1 lth 1fl:tier' C\\ n f AV' .w. et milk. Cotes burn. instantlycures'.old, and!-cbronio sorest If it be supposed that two throdgb_< "
"Who wine Horse 'named' (BlowHard VITALIZING TABLETS vyw'lt.e cq P.81---.d inflammation from any cause en man or beast. For highways were made from' the1 '
;. In 'and of l ItaeTf, 'demonstrates r'ar a.e D.aur l f ,. 0.4 'fo'new cholera" sorehead, and tJatiatactwo pouuvdy' east. 'La
; he win by a ooe. -Sen Fran- w...... et4atb.. b..4, at..e r...+ aura ta0a roup.! ern to the western limits, .-ol, this: '
; the unreasonableness of the (
Such, however 1* not the case order.when. deco Chronicle- . I PTgRRTttp"tH kttiutettX, qN. P.. /. 8Nr _*" tRltat att"It'bHEMZCAL, '00.. !..:w.ii ,.'1.aMa to State length, they would be abo.t- ,488 'mina!' '.,.
orrtogi her a sjswJl rnieUo .
:'.. the question I I. as to :the validity of - ;J.iJ. ::W'_ "' 'l"t: aore_ihn osxe par eent,. at the. total 1 1nll ;' ',

k an order k to do a particular act the U.. i7' ;;r ,. ., .1 w.. of pvbiio roads:ja Ue ....1

.',;, ,. doing of which does not Involve the I (B .. < At. 00 'per mile they..would oae ?,'
question of the profitableness of the ,$ tL1oh : iTY .' 93,200,000. wTilch. ,'wd.N'"aaJ' 6.4.:

operation, of the railroad aa an entirety I J rt per cent"ot'. the, $60,000,000'tb.l'

., !?.. I '.,' WI. State bas .pproW'lated.. 'for road ,,Imrprovenientr
"This Is, so because as the ,primal EVERY MANHIS'OWN .--J ,t"

.duty) 'ot'q.., carrier! I*' to furnish adequate j r .l.. ." '. Sfi' Were Buffalo and New"Yorkl'CItf,1! ,
, to ,,, '
paU.6.p .,
facilities to the public that may j ; that sum.;,
they would leave ., ;
'' only"l,840,000to
well compelled although ty* doing ;
-- 2c '
DOCTOR be.paid "by all the other cities.and by-,, '
no its au Incident, some pecuniary: ,loss -W' the ;
: country districts, toward con: -
from rendering sueb'aervlce may result. IS NEXT TO NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING. strutting Improved) bigbway.vwhlcIs; !
It (follows. therefore, that the '- A 600-page, Illustrated,Book, containing .\ti would be open for free use by: all ors'!

mere Incurring of a lots Xrom. the per THE BEST.. ADVERTISING IN"THE WORLD., !\.. /T.1u..bJlIll1formatlOI showing( how to trent t r a' "' dlnary vehicle. Including automo-i i.

formance of such a duty doe not. In j- .w,' "and cure diseases,with 'simplest reeds."inas.. '" bliss of various classes.! __ .f j;

: itaelfdneceasarlly! give rise to the conclusion 1 :Thebook.ontalnasanlysUufoourtehlpand, / | If two such through thoroughfares)

I- of 'the unreasonableness- \ We;: have ;,been very fortunate in f. \. m irrUge; rearing and inana'# iuent of child,. \f-ff. were so made' and' turned over for),

would' be the sloe where the whole n '' : 11,benldes: >sluulile! prescriptions, recipes, ,.. y use ,by'automobiles and ,other motor!

scheme of rate. vas udreasonable under securing the services of: one of the I ,//rye eta' .Will be mailed, 'postpaid, to, l, vehicles,. to ,the:exclusion of all. ,oth._...._.. '

the, doctrine of Smyth vs. ,Ames, : i\j.' ,dross on ;eeipt Of SIXtV CENTS,'.Addre : ers...and If the"two roads would cost!""
best and, most nt- -. \Ii' 93,24)0,000.) ,to be wholly !.
or under'thc concessions! : made tithe" : experienced ,pr :I. I paid from ,>it;
ATLANTA PUBLISHING the $50,000,000 appropriated> ,, f..f'SOOOOO.of '
two J propositions we have stated. Ofroure'the ( HOUSE. ) .
tact that,the furnishing of 'ers in thje state. ; and are ,now, ',able that appropriation>wouldj?
Mr. lia-ll Central:: Aw.., Atlmte, 0.. . remain and o( this sum the two cities'
casIonanlncldental a necessaryfaclllty ordered may, oc'' to execute Job ..Printing of; .every -, ." named would contribute $18,880,000,4 .,
<< \ pecuniary loss 14an
' or enough to pay for' more than ''f'

I'I / important criterion (Ito be taken Description i -in' ,all leading styles! ', ;Jf.C' through roads" across. ,the<."wholelength . six,1.:< <" .If-.
.,,' Into view In determining. the reusonabene ". > of the State., ,\
) the order but It U class of out .L.LL. ; 4:: L,: ,So far,'the:country districts '
i sjof not
work turned :
by seenv ,
yhe .: -
: :
: .
the onil one. 'A* the:duty 'to furnish'I .I.1 '' r : .:::-.::'.::C, -; qq: : ': .- .:::' to haTe little, jut cause for conplaining -* .

,.., necessary facilities! Is'' ,codetermlnpus I : us' i acknowledged, to be:the'.finest, ,. ., , --_.. --- of their part) of the bargain l fy .'
s itheijibweri" oi I.thej1' : 10( road Improvement.--Good "Roads t
with/ < corporation 't , ,.. . If*
and the of'any -- -- Magatlne. '
tbe.'obU""Uoo,, :-cUsch-aI'lfe'that' duty : ; ,pric sAhe( 'J

r' ''mu.t" considered in connection with, Advertise> .in 'Y: ,)1urome":'<; Paper

the nature and productiveness of the ,, printersanywhere.. A Good ; acetatJo ., \'Ii

.,'., Corporate bfclne.BL"as "'a" whole the .; ; For 'the The suggestion1 of State Highway;: '

i' r character of services required and ,4 'r ,, .yery, Best-Results., : ,1 Commissioner Hunter, ?of Fennylvanla '

;; the .public) j need> for Us, ''performforaance .. .. -'i "f 'that'.the road:supervisors o< the ''

& .", t \, ._4 '__ varlotfs t counties of the State form asoclation '.
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!i -- '
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: NOT,'A'.MEDICATE'PRACTICE. J PUTNAM FADELESS: :DYES'' I & to enable, themto work, to;' i
gether to better
,, vantage baa
, been,
: '
; 'AUr.H.ZE.o': ., 'Can you direct mo ad; : the) ,beat : !
authority: nervous diseases?"" y.< tutor mor*..-..brlchuraad. CUMT eolon ia....T otfcer am.. "' eoton.1111 % .).'...J. :;;; tj.ass ssrnnst without nppux epwi. wear for tree i o >'Orlee-uM l Ooton. ) << ra State., Commissioner, ,Hunter or' some-
,,, ,, Steamship: :; Cine, Issue, ((,,2O,OOO"In, "Yes, but they"dent, > allow him ,to of 'bl''...llt&lIb have addressed the
t:'; i' f : ,Bond and,, Stocks.".. ""practice' medicine; '' JOHNNY KNEW.. TOOTHSOME NEVERTHELESS Bids''and CentreCrsnk organisation''meeUnge' ,to 'excellent,

S r r "The: stockholders,of Merchants', ,."Why'DC>U:", Teacher-Johnny,, can, you, ,tell 'res. "Do you believe all this scandaloustalk'aboutOerttuder Atlas purpose;, and at the present rate e the, ,

? and Miners',' Transportation"Company ,"Because he never received a dip- what a, hypocrite 1st "' .EnginesHachWis entire State will have been so organ -y ,
.' ,at BDajtlmore'rDlondiy'autbortted"an! : 'loraa.' ; ,He's District Attorney ,,Jeromeof : .JobDo1-Yel. ma'am. it's 'a boy ;Not a word of It. ' Ised within'the next six months. The, '
: 8ut11.n9t'lt f I'
J '. '. taeu.'of, $3,250,000'ft per cent ,twenty. ,New York, city-lfleveland'rPlaln-- .; '' ,what":come. to *chool' "with. 'smile "Neither: do I. perfect S u-i- Lat+G :TTocaLLOMBARD benefits of .these count* 'organization -
:on bis' face.-Philadelphia ,. ., 17'10e11, ,
)five-year' .debenture bonds',and' an trio- have already" become,apparent .
., ; DeL itaadtl, taiVWids lad Ufsty" Sbnt"
-' '' for the bulk of the ,
"crease for
? ; of $3,000OtiO> In. capital, stock.CHILD ) w *. i applications ,
r I IrW ;FOnc10' OP' -' HABIT.'WatethdmatteC ", I fa a'nty M'ba ffln salted Take OarOeld Tea, j Itch cored la 80 minutia. by Woolford' .AUGU. .. TAG. State aid are now mad with a viewof f '
the needs of
the laxative exactly to '
AT with 'eyesight wameAawl children it is mad wholly snitary4OUoa.'N.Ve'rfEls.' Atdrapta doing the. greatest) good for' the,
HANGED ,, ; ,: your teen ; :: .
.--J, ?" Thar a,5not.; >." of herb; it jmrifles the blood eradloatea CONCRETE. greatest 'Dllmbe'l"'ot..eal"en." ., and,
anyhow ....
1J. I >I." '' disease, orercomss coaaUpaUon, bripg It lsfar, easier to 'ear:: you do Justas ---. there Is, a"' nofabledecrenseot'; ,, the>
-" i, Llttl. OneBeeam* Entangled*In Ropes- ,--"Excuse me--1. .always .make';that Uood. Health.of ,- .._ you' please.than \It ,.J* to do, It.: -.o.-,,-.:=:z BLOCKS'' here :;'and" there'Improvpments"whtch .
' mistake.' 'Yo-.1'.ee.t( I' used to be -a ,-1' ., .. ... a :
: ": "' ;: "of 8wlnlljlnd".trangl.ct.: :: i I "; eat::r-l / ; benefited a sipglcn&cAlUy to a limited
ht"f" Charles' the 14-montns-otd clerk in"a ladles';shoe! ,store/ :?-Clavelandil 'Meet ,trg good tblncl.ln life come rrIiatetdeeT' ; = I }i'i'utent.
'Jloward, lsEyewat' . ... ; .Nbw Ybik Bdu;
g : with e' :; '+wt : :
wr a
Ser. JSjfe: & h" V ) ,wait ,themielre alAt18-611v ,
V to thoe WK on
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Crawford, .. ' ,. .
Frank Howard erl 'c.t
K?;,th on of ?sot ,, ' .. T y't ::1t r'" y -'-\ ):J.., : < L .
Iii/ :_;Ala.; ,met death In, a' tragic and''' pe- Ftv. .'
( t
!1;: ': | oulla/ manner iuk). 'f1 he child :was h'r r r. r'tf' , ; Iaaji.peaeblq Ise; '. "
' "Ton' need five drugs V"kald fool-' '
I'!" about Its. neck; When ,discovered ; lsliAvtkysiclaB: ;:to a\, .;I!'water.; f.,,;
: 'i.t. <
1f tof"b',' bis mother;' the child: "was' gaspingfor'breath'and iir1i'] ; j food'/'alt,4Neep and;; :
'. eveabefore': ( she could ,! M e:.patient soqtM, anotber 'Doctor. :
spd the:foolish'phyalclan: did '
: poor
It disentangle: 1t"tb4llttle! ,boy, wa d. ..
: .Kv .
? -Saturday ,* rcg. Peat, .. t
Naetge thoN.Isgry. riuh savoy halve. gA. RROL*7' HAIR.RUTORER.PHo.,1, : (
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jiith Jitters ,at W tiUer. i 1 'Tbe v Valley Gazette made and a the club FloridaAgrIcUlturlstbave 4rate GlTYBAKERY rc.r'tiro7i- ;

7 '.R.,p3rt! cj, '"Weekly. ] by, O, t: C, -: of .t.'I'lI per fear fur both palK"l'lI.ThePal'1 / ,

*. Iey all the State ,
4feM l Biwa Flelw a and county news andthe,, agriculturist

Just a few words ut greeting for; Is the best agricultural paper for, r

)Uno. ,'and will| then return ,IO the old farmers and fruit grower ln. our' .

'' stand 'your article( was well written State. ' 1 :Fresli Bread, Cake: andcpie -

and tie..phra.ebloiry 'very good but Mr. Cbai. U. Hulelt, State.a, ?nt. for .

your reference to .the Basloger mat'ter the Agriculturist, willcall on you In .-' :. ; t'' .

'% > was sllicbtly: prejudUAtl. Kupposiatf behalf of both papers and U author : I Every': Day; '" ,
? .
you readerof sub : Whiskies. Domestic BrandiesCaizfnrnta ;:
to have been a cfy Htant ised to collect for any old or new '

the Gacette durinII' the period referred . for the Gazette 3f Plot 'Plot' Quart (extra tae
acrlptlous Valley
. '. Kc-ho [(B.rlDK Rye .,.. .......0 T*. .l Ml qualltyj . . I I
b to, '3'PII aiV '..ware ttuuLjftij': This N one of the bent opportunities l.ewu' an\ Hy., .... .,,. ,..40 l n, '10i I MlWilton Maryland Peach ,. 21 11< i t m .;
( .... .. .. ., ., .
Hre ? 40 TA I M .., . ,:V> 6fI I 101 I
a ; treatment of corroapdndeeitiwas cour to tenure two good papers at a 'F'INE LINE J W. Harper Bourbon.. ....0> 741 .IMJ North Carolina Peach.1 ....V' i,MI. I OOt
friendly accorded will' be I. I..po'Bourbou.1II\" 1stHolare North Carolina I 110 m
ieGus.t d when they low 1rlce Sample papers Apple :'JS J
t lialtlraore Kye .. ../..0 T'.0> I.,..., Apple Jack..t8e, - i ai. t 2It ,
'tne the Maine, but the said writer Kent. on application. For the Valley Hunter Baltimore I fire,... I /IM

several: timer ridiculed statements Oatetta address this. ollloe and fur Nuts Lunch Goads Etc 8 Old Feather.FrsnticeRye------Rye... .. .. ... / 73' I 00 IM, Imported Wings..Case.I'ort. )f

considered the Agricultural t. Jacknonvlllt\ Fla. Candy ........ j ,
articles which 1 / ,
made in ClerhioDl Rye M n 00 IJOOChaee'i
my .
Uox W* Orlando. Maltdlatllled. ... .. . . ...., ., ... ... .per bottle I ro
) totally. uncalled fur and fllJ' Impul or I ; for taedtolnaluee ("berry .... ... ,.'.n...< .,..... " 1 410Burgundy -* I
( aettcand peatally
In self de Subscribe for the Valley ._. .... .. ..... ..46.-, TS ,!'' IMWoodforrt .. . .... .. .... .. | oMauterne
sive utt4rance was simply both .,,, '
the Florida Agriculturist. -' i...,.. "
Oonntr Bye. i M' I'M: "
a Rhine Wine.. .. ..,.. ...' . .. ... {till
Tense H cal'rll.'d.DO .t.75. ,.
for XXXX 1K
nothing more. paper Bake Kya : : '
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lnoaae, .. .... .
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-- Kdnemom (ureeu Wrap Ct..eL.- ? '4. 1 00 1 Ml
a ill. will with It, but iinply a polite - -- t _,WbIN.....'.)...... -. . ,2-\ MI( I no
(irnmbllna Quaru
Invitation to be let alone., We were Stop : Cream 01 Kentucky./0 73 IM G. H.'Mutnm' Extra>r, ...' too 4 .o

'pleased with' your article and. sin. If you suffer from rheumatism :,or CascadeTenT.Whiskey( - . ,.)..N/<\ So <1 I OO MGoldeuBeal Mocl4tCbandoa, While teaI 20005

pain, for !J II rd"s< snow Liniment' Old Joe .. ..'... .. ..!.: AV 100
cerely hope (that yotl will wall on UII will bring quick relief.' It 'is a sure Kentucky Dew , '.,. \ MIRedTop Ale, Beer and Stout, per Dozen. \
C. A. JOHN M. LEE, N. B. CABSOM. ....' ,:, j.' t fiOMark
rheumatism CARSON
weekly.: cure for sprains, ; contracted : ..
' Koier.; :-: ::,;4A 7< IM Bail Pale Ale. p.rdoaeD'1IO
.The few shower which, have been 'muscles, and all pains-and ,.".14..t.. Vice-president.. c.....':. Daisy. Mild .......-.. . ..4t TV IM U..IUO..lIsout. .,., .. ** .' lieA.b..r
within the !reach ef'' all. Price 2ftc, IHH Baltimore Eye. .it M I OO BuMb Blue Isabel .. ?I eo ft
vouchsafed us had a beneficial effect 100. C. U. Smith Tenaha, State Bank of Kissimmee. Old Cambridge------48 7ft IM Anhamereu.fbBudwelaer j 6& -,
I 'to Puritan Rjre\. .40 7S 1la> '
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world A '
'the famine I
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on Tex., wrlt .: 1 bate used Ballard'sSnow OoldenCream >t0': 741 I M Whiskies'by j
+ ..orl toal conditions leaves us rather Linirneut In my family for years Rissitntnce Fla. Paul Jones ". .Jtt ,till 1241 Rye the Gallon.
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Conetllutlan. ..46 1ft. IM
and hare found it'a One remedy tor
NIndry order strain' Our Demo- .aL- KentuckvTavern..40 74 IM ..1\\_ 1 eo. .
9 fully all pain and aches. I recommend It --- Brook Hill (Bottled In NoumWaalr..Ryeper 2 ..
; .eratib rooster, after having for pains In the chest." Sold by PAID fP'CAPITAL. ... .. . SO 000 OO bond) ....)........... .40 76 IMOrtrhaU Mountain Bpnur Rye X X , .". ., ITS
.plumed 'himself'' for a tadpole and (bottled,In bond) IM/ Monitain Sprlnc Rye XXX. : lie
t. Itoberson's Pharmacy.: STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY .. ' ,So'ooC 00 Yellow Label.. ...... ..40 M IM Hone Shoe 7 rear old...., .' I M

_,k I .for'miraaow an Invasion crop, ii..gathering of the garden hit forces and DEPOSITORS. SECURITY. ... .. IOO 000 00 Old White Crow OakTenne.eeeWbUkey ...,...;.-... "?,:.'. 1 CM (Kentucky Crown Pride!Rye.KeboMprinn 7,Tear......old... "... ,,"... ""... 4 ea4M r.Jolden .'"

- '.--- ) .411 I (U) a
k cornfield. Active measures are befog( / Pronpt and Careful Attention given /to all matters ... Kentucky. Pride------.45 M 100. Cream Lebaaon of Club.., doable. stamp. .to. 4 4f N* 1

taken to repel! tbll fowl invader by treated to "!I. Rood. at sill points at' .cheapest Solace Baltimore, Ilssr:01'd' t' .. IM
; Malt Whisky in Glass-Case Goods .
force of sticks and pieces of soil. rates. Bed Top Rye, 14 yean old.. .. r Ss aCorn

YOUR BUSINESS' SOLICITED. Aa.. rtca,,' ... ..
Co", buntlnlC,, continues with unabated 40] | 7S 1 frO
Duar,'. Pure M.I t. ...40 i; 174 I 2A Whiskies by the Gallon.
,, seal, there still being water 1btvI I .a.oheuStall------------- 1 North! Carolina White Corn.v gallon '2 M
f enioueh in and about Whittler to satis Moue W n white Oore.. 'pee .. 1 M
Domestic and Imported Gin: in North Carolina Yellow Cora
f.e&looabledomand. I
t? 4'If" Tbe distant r ytareold ., 1410'

vista. of the milk and butter. .commod. ____ _ _ __ __ ___ _ _._ u _' __ ___ Glass. North Carolina Wllkee County .
I 1 (:"ro. 7 yaan old. ".' ". '0 'I 151
ity' still keeps us in good heart for the Booth' Old Tom Ola. . tMi Old Reflect ., IM ,
Xooth'e Dry Ola .. M) I.
B .. future, and a4 the Indian excitement Plymouth Gin..:..,, ,::::: 1410 .
Fama Nacional oeihorn[ Holland Gin. I M Lowest Prices by the Gallon.Rye .
is DOW" at a low ebb and railroads as UOdFS..I.. 11.11010.... .... .... tooOordonOln.
ncarc' as ever, we have' concluded l to . .. ....... | M Cora from from .. . 9 3 00,. up ,'
OlD Phosphate-----40 7A t M) nr "
} hoist aloft the flag >of contentment,. )Mobile Hnek.. :. ... ....,,V. N loo Gio from I 00 o., tr i
1>evil laland Endurance 2& SO V OO And all other Liquor la pre t ctloo. +,
and pleasure and let the world Brand
e' peace ,, of '
I t' v Largest Selling Wall. '.- '8ebledamechnapp. ,
t move on just an. it has done. without,. 5c . '. .. .. .. .. .. .126 Gins Rums and Brandies by the it\
Come Beck Ulo.nd BenReeddldonGlu. ,
grumbling; or complaining..l! As our Clear Havana : jvo loo
well, and punlp water continues abundant Cigars ;: : : ...., .., ';..i2.(: .so J oo Gallon. .:
Uoolt<'wOod'. Old Tom 1 M Roae ftin .w.
we will not suffer' from thirst, fish WHY-- Old Tom Oln . .. :. ;I A ,;
4 beef and hominy being also a part of Paint and Paper Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported Holland *. .*. tat
Kellon'eN. m. Knm.7)eara old .. .1 N
our table comforts lie Quart.uwar '...none'. Medford Rum, T y.are old .. .41.* ,t
improve and protect yourjrouse. Ask the Man That Smokes ,>>> *> Rnoclal SloOInt Peach Brandy yor allon. .3: 7ft. *..M\ and 4.N It
The Tampa.Tribune Informant must I will be pleased to bring my 1907 William IV. V. O.1. 200Kiaek Apple Brandy per gallon .2.60, 1.00 and 4.oe p:
t.' with and White Scotch 2 mialg Usllloro/a3raodyyerealIo .. .I.CD to LII .
1 bare been! conversant the stock ample books to your house and feb2.2ar. and Half J 410I1ouVUrllrish ,

Yr watering. process ,adopted by Wall make any suggestions in the latent ;: ..::.. I no ,Port and Sherry Wines by the i:
Btreet! and Inflated the Indian,, decorations that you may desire.. ,
question The Very Best Corn Ob-
f Drop me a card and I will cheerfully Whisky- G..
In corresponding ratio. The InUnjpopula ,
/ -
furnish estimates on .
tainable.WI1kesCouuty.N. "n.elltca.perbottl.. !
.on of Florida computed and, painting : t J ; : : -: CallfornlsPortper lfaJlon..I.1IO I. !1.90and. !as it'
w 'aiuringthe of C.. .2ft %A too California sherry callon, 1.110,1.01.... lJk
' 1900 'w'a. 358, Old Mai-rent. N. C. . .211 60 I 00 Wine.
which.included warriors squaws-and JEOI q E A. BA E Maple Con.. ..,. -------M..... .2.\ Anna 11'10 100C.tafl'b.V.lI. Imported Imported fort. ear bowline.per pslloq.Msad..7..t.00pw....... >
r Sherry prgalou. and
.. .
papooses.. Of this number it1 wouldbe Elk Valley lift 1\0 100 !1Orders
safe to '.:that not than OKLANDO. FLORIDA
say more 40 .J
Imported Cognac. Brandy.
lftbty could have been, on tbe' war - will not be filled without

Tbelftcrease Notice of Application to .Sell the I Dunonflg90< path.- 'would indeedbe'miraeelousr lLIry XXZE,. .. .. ... 1 ftO order or certified 1 check. Send
'If-_' &' ".UTCredh'UJ ;Interesr, -ofMlriorT. TifpReatEstate. : ;. _wlkhorderri. : ._. money __;.

r t the aboard reports we should have to .' -, nasT'AIQ LAST

be'carried 'on In our 'belief. >with' the Notienin ........ .<_ that the sndee.i.ned. H. W. METCALF Co'': ::1

44t fervent'assurance': ; .of Patrick: Henrr Lula I(. .. ..-ae Bwardlaa. far William H.Anderenn. . siii ,

,' during the stormy times preceding the .Sarah U. ......... Haaeal BAnd- J ::
Revolutionary war* thai' God bad non.Jan>enA.A.ndenaa. Lnla M.Andevaon..andMta ORANGE I AVE.ORLANDO, FLA*.l

j rafted' up ;friends,to'. fight their battles __E.:..Aadenon....... will minor apply hain to the of Jnmee Honorable'A. A.W.R.JohiMton.CoBntr Mean $ $. ''made to all who ,

,for, them. It ''Is, of 'course" ,' to be I...... U. and for Oaeeala' JUG TRADE 'A

y deeply regretted that the .few red men :-. Florida,at ten.'........a. m.ea u.. Utk buy ''or wear them. In SPECIALTY,

'who claim protection under 'onr taws dad May. A.D. ISOT.nt hie...In Ktealmmee. e
,. N
Oaneola_ Florida for authority to MIl the ease ad durability "Shield Brand SIJos.toe.the _
'' ca not have Justice done them, but theabsurdity'of w. : -t- --- __-_- '
Inlereet of the afnreeald ...u-. to and te the k ofRffll.IIBIA ;
holding,, Southern men. ......tanked and beta In the eonnty'of Oeeeolaani m perfeetk&eeLo X N y rm nt rvrii ;

woqreo'and! children accountable for 8aa..' e* Florida, and more pertloolarljf de. -BY MaRGHANT. .....vII. .
''iMM crime of s Northern Invader nerlbed na followalN. .
oould t r
minds of .W. Uof 8, W.J4 and N. M of 8- W. )t of c: KISER CO. ""lt_ '" "
In the
'*>nly rest people already .. ........ .... &A.
S. W. W kwa .. .N. L': d S. W.U wf ATLANTA. THE
: 'Dllameet, untoward INN
-b,1 acts committed 8. W. )( ruM West four ehal_South ten chaI_ : ry by ,our ancestors'We. nay East four chalna. North ten Aetna, al.o leer one "

_ deny;: this' position, as often .". we acre eq..hI.. W,nor, tn eeetlon 111_ EH'In} .' 0 -
pleasebut It I IB a natural ionioct' neettai ten nil aactton f-'.N WI X of N. W.WandS. J
7 of . HofK.WwMnnd. 8.Hof S. wAWof
the human weast; hale; the 'dwellingEl N.E.J'of: N.!'.}M.andN.' !. I4 -< s.'w.} andN.WIiofLL4and8.W,14

d place''' of patriotism. Tbe' Englishman of .. &.>> and . .
who !loves I his country esonot I N. II:. ) ar4ling of E. U of.. W.'.Wand w. Jf of 3.B. : REV1VO .
..vVoid antipathy for the ...... Osceola 'County : (
}Ji aeotloo --, E. i K of E: H aeetiontwenty. .
If American. A true Frenchman does .8.E. li of N E.4' aeetion twty_. RESTORES VITALITY in the Beautiful City of"

# not love a UU'IiI&oo{; and any' body of II:. Hand. N Hot N. Wya .....L W K of N. W_ l&a'

'( people, who have been, defeated ; hv X eaction twanb; allneetion twenty. !*. nit Abstract Company "Made ,.
their designs .either private 'or national tewnahto Kens thlrtyt All ...- a
N retain animosity toward their.uooe.lllll sent 8. KofB. W. U eectlon two All action Urn,
aU __t N )B.Wol N. E. K eeetion twain All -- -- .- Well Han KISSIMMEE. -
opponents and if actions eeetlon fourteen E. S. E. U.eeetlon. ..- FLA.
were; suppressed by fear of law, -... N. K.: M tad N. W.14 u1 B. E. U eeetioneeranteeii. S. 'H.( BULLOCK. MANA0 R. THE of He,"
i_ many deed. would be committed all townekip tw.nt7.evn. Kancethirty. .,.. a.P-AOXW'' .
T --- ---- - ---
LiCUk M/ AMueaaoM.nprlS : ;:
which would be ... disastrous ,
to ourpropertyas rim""o ifI
t Guardian for the afbreeaid mlnon. Rn4' .
. Reaiea5ae. '
it 'would be dangerous to :

society. Knowing;, these things so Order for Publication.' .' Titles taminc-ii ao/1 lepotted onTalell''ld p.-porfuU .Ca.*<1 \;; well It b.oomes the bounden duty of for nonresidents Young men can reran their.lost .......-.nn4 .
s those in authority to protect our en IM OncuiT Cooar. Bran or PIX>UDA. Inotrunrienta rt-Jitli..:. to real esta'e old men' mevmvver tail. yuuthfd'.Irorby
dangered populace and If propermeana Tew. of Kiartmmoe / carefully drawnCorrespondence! using merr.HKTIV4 NerrovanMn.HXM H ''Vltallty sod quietly r.- ii iit

y have not been taken to do this, 9 ?.a '-" p-P' -: Weekaeee suck aa Lost :::..JrstUnr'', TERMS:
Created and Seventh Judicial Clreuit ,- Solicited. Wasting DIae_. and ...... .
f an Investigation should decide at. Orraaiael under the of nnU .. or ..
and ;
N; :whose door the. fault lay,'and due Justice Lnwe of tfce. State of } I ,'joena.buelnnen tnOtnereUoo.or marriage.which It UBflionfor not only,curs $2 to $43' Day. '
per .
M should ,be meted out to fhee of. Florida.Complainant Oeeeola County. > '' Janl oe-lyr I by etartlnir at tbn aeatof dlutlbu'( UnareelSllIf

fender. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 'Louie.C.Chap..a.acI ve la Chancery.noraUon back the piuk gl.w.pad eiokienstort.g .
3, Clf the. Constitution of. the United Horatio O. Chnpmna etal. .' lbs .... .. 7- 11 ; $tO t o$14 per Week. '
,States In delegating. Congressional Oaf endnnt.wnt'appenrlnar'br'amdavlt. .- ySawWK! e4
; CITY BARBER{ SffOP) l? aL.I"iom! *" .
: To regulate-commerce. : i ; appended to th. btU &ff '
,with foreign nations and among the filed in the abore-etntod eauee thet-Laulao. .ass tree$L.00 ad.I".1I4 perppsekags, ors ;for l:::K3i: Meal Tickets 21 Meals $|O. '
counsel to fell
and who
Chapmaai Chapman theI defend. wfakv
'. 'several States, and with the' Indian ante therein oared are IMIK-iwjkleuteef the Stateof { .Ilk _._ra--. Clroalars fr.... Address .. '
'j, tribes.> .To. r'egulste'commerce' as ,IWaderstand Florida, and see residents . 4 It II to prescribe rules of .eNout.over the aae of twenty. ne.-..: ,
I, it la therefore ordered that.... noo-naidant de.f In Patrick's Old Stand.NEWCHAItt. in Klsslinmee, Fla, by the '
t >y which is to be carried on., This andante be and.the*are hereby required to appear { rCUsimaiee Drug! Co.;' druggists" +
- (' power has been conferred Upon Congress to the bill of complaint Bled In ear cacao ill I . "
in connection with the. Seminole. on ot. hot on ....... .tIM 6th mid Mar. A. D I NR
t of Florida; accordance with its l t ae bm-wtaettMeUteatfa eonfamed by said defendant>n.o biUwtif, -betaken : '
'' 'dictates the'exclusive: right of pre* It h further ordered that thin ........''-be pottHabed -- RS. I MADAMB DS98'S intEMCNFEsULE I Harry W. Thurinan ;
emptlon '&0-''their lands it given to In the onoe Klaeimmee n week"Vol"'o..u..a for ten ooneeciitlye nowepaparpnMlahed _-. NEW.. RAW,. .. PILLS, f fWP. I : :

Congress and neither State. nor- Individual tn old Oiontf and.. State. NEW EVEUYTHING a "fUva.Oaav.H ttmtmf It*_,,-- r a
can purchase lands from them. Tee rehrauT. SS. Isof. / I tlq .IrI tlAIL .mr
An Indian tribe; U not a fONlI'1Ioa (Boal. I.. E:,Clerk L. USLET.Circuit Conrt_ .I...**!..rr.1-. .r. ..4te.a.. .. :yn::.ll-M = PROPRIETOR.. '

; $ton,, but a people in 'condition of By AKTHVK Ci:DQ O. wfc.aj n. M.o. _fir . 't

\. 'dependence the United States or pupilage'the relation sustaining of to.a -P.A'vta'AaM.w';-- ; Comolnlnant.- Ierk''" }. ....Satisfaction 'Gtiaranteed.' [ law twkBHi B4M4 porous.*..B.>.Vt tawtVMtTCfrMCtHCette |TJ, ............. 1tdFf tIIiIAUliialA! fIit IGk 9QtiC:
r &o.lrUa.dl.... Our, legal fraternity BoUattor fry , It-lOt
. '
',: a may distort this .clause. Into award : For Sale By, OSceola' Pharmacy
)1 p 'different channel, but lie simple word .Citation oi Administration; I. WB''KBBP BESi !
-------- --- A
. inc should constitute Its prerogative In Clrcalt Conrt I.: By th.'County Judge M. WIL.L.SON COMPLETE LINE OF THE
,.' ." 1 and our guardladship'should be Oeeeeta ,. ,
held.. B sacred trust' and &.be'best Who aa. C. I.D.CreiatiwX awe applied to I
,; f judgment that our congressmen are this Cart fer Lnttom .. Adnihalelinilim on the C NOTARY PUBLIC.;: .. ) TO TOM.XHT YOUNG plcdriac ,

i. capable of producing should be eaerr ..... wf'jerry M. rolls .il......Into. of the \ STATZ'AT'L.Jtoz.S-: Wo sanssty- carat saysg-;en....s. WHISKEY WINES AND '
:" ,,' cued in 'their maoa 1D8IIL Prompt Oouty vt Oeeaoaa : RealS,t teAgent .howl..,...u..r. __...---........... BEER',
,_ action In all th.da.'M ale btai.tbmo.ghts ---.........'*"" .
and equitable causes pertaining Theee are and admeaileh. all KISSIMMEE.. FLORpA.J \
to tbemaff aim would prove oft and aintmawtbo kindred and nredMarn of said. T- half-rots
,inestimable ;raloe to their race. With .........tone nnd npnea* hoI_u.a. Court we J> ,.. 't.'__ > .

this Bubjeov flat mind,' would like sot before the SMa day ef > Us?.and BlaeWeeteanavkf .Ne&ce.. -- The 'c.-AIa. ta.-1.asa.Cslt.. IIGa.. WHITE ROSE1

Bay a' number: of patienoe- 7iD. nay they have,to tho sieoJIi, .. -- -- -r----.,..,...- SALOON.J

w .1.' " ,,UihtCBOonoernlnar u. but BB this article 1t's ateat afeAV. ...- tPet, BWteaBBBBBnw't.knk" aVataBaBnal.wafMWttnenemy'naine' Jwseabelsapod Notice U hereby rive that tbe City' A,., VANS! AGNEW .
will occupy more apace .than a I' -' Tea: books will close promptly orf" p. . .
7, ;newspaper '.correspondent i baa (he p 'an'Gbanttr Jodn ., the May IBth' 1807' tax payers will please ; .<. .' 't "
;, ,jrie i a.t to naurp'will. cloM,by extend: .Xtwa duel AnrO.iSH.BenO .- take notice and .be governed according -1; :ArroilwzY'AND :'AT LA2v.a."i''I'I I / ". H.S'la.oaa.e : bES r

IB* friendly .deg to ,. editor of ( w.*.JOIDIBTOK. ;!*. p. C. HODQES: I NOTARY, . P.UaLlC, . ,_ .: & ''CO." r f'r
'..- cI.lI oeaoerned.\ wt'.1.. ,daia4. :" 't"l.o.-tr; J.tlaa I .. Bt CollectorR. s .. .r'KISSIMMEEt 'I '', t'4.. ''*' ,'. c;'.

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