Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 10, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00280
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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House by Representative.. ; '
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*Canon arc Co. t..drdulr.a' 100 WStanford \ ; '
Solons 'At 'Last . .. Under'"Disston DfaiA e'Grant: <\ followfmr ,. . , I! - .1a
County D If rlod.reed Mules. :.1... 91UJ are of special Interestto :-t- .:
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Ii 0. ...Im.. briegr 1". ot (,( our readers: ? .WI
' Regular Meeting.KUslmipee 0-w parroll ro.dw.rk' for Ear-ReadjJnrin i sale.A.ulthas W. A.Bill'io ? : I : "\ \
: .' April ., .. .. . .).'... .'::. If"ao been'1o.tltut.ed. be/entitled an Actdirecting ,lNE\y THINGS". .' ) r:
recently. the -
City, Fla.,May 6, .1007. M Cosnn. repair. l'.d nmebiewrr., .., U '. Trustees ot the,* Internal "Ira: c.I..Jaecihe .,
t The Board of County Commissionera : Cuwn Or W.\ JIll' t.i mcbra In.the. circuit ,court f, pad county: provement Fund to> construct Locks I ' 'f.

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met at 10 a. m.< there being present IOf' ra.d1: I.' ,. *0 6Morsmn I aitheMouthsothe'Southport( ] and ,
Walter. Bass. Sr'.f .T. n. Croinson 'Brawn, rirpaln window court be 8tateeohlnq, at ti::I4nae: 'when themost I St. Cloud Canals in sceola> Counj \ . ,
; how. ., TCfence \before; .New StandardFashion;; . )
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and J. Important question > \ Making ..
J.-S.. Stratton, W,II. Godwin : '! F rr..m
H. Walker, .Commissioners; P. A. sad, .. ".. . . .. n w, people ,an4 the Legiilatura.. .I.s. :the ;. 'and providing for the. regulation : ,'. ;

Van Agnew; County Attorney;,, and r a Crkmartt. *.'rapalr t ridg.s.. .. .: .400 status. of the, Trustees. x ,
"W. n. Jofcpston., D;. C. FJ Godwin,road work..... ... . .. T *I Improvement Fuod and the--merit ,of Wbereai*, During the. dry 'season of \ .". ; t
: Sheeta
L B Troatorun, work on poor 88 ISWalter the various claim against the fuud.rTbe'euit $ .
each Lakes
rear andEUst
Tohopekallaa
\ The ''mlllbtAl of the lash regularmeeting Bee 8r.; rl.lt poor farm and eon .
. w.re..a.1 and approved. rlrteamp. .... .,.. .. ."...... :. ... 10,00 Is brought .by 41he United Tohopekaliga/ the head, 'of I ... r j ,
Florida State Rafom School 1 wc'.faaaWalUo And cOmp.o7. oomplalnant,' against tbs Klsclmmee River system of drainage J

VI Chairman bas wade his report on. .1_ *.. .. . .. .V, ., .... .. . KMWalkarBrana Napoleon ,B. Broward, ,Golernor'of,, fall so low that. navigation I.oomplet.elJ' ITS A BEAUTY' '
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,j i JJ the conditions he found M the conics Ca.1 -.n.t; rvtetar. . ftwa'oh.erlntl. the State, of Florida A. C. Croon, ,, 'Wollleil kIt \ ''' ,
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'of Blngham & Farmer and the,' ..._. .... .. .... 481 ; obstructed between- ,.KIsImmee .. .
amp I M walk",,criminal oo ta. .. 4T al Comptroller;, W. V:* Knott Tfeasurer and Lake Okeochobee; and theagrlouburaHoterests 'I . j ,o. S
poor faros,.which it a* .follows: :r .. .k." .; ..w19WRJohiuton. ; W. U. Ellis AttornAy-Ceneral; ,ot the territory I i iaWratesuptodate ''tlicio'e' ". j 1/1(/,

Klsslmmee.'Fla., Na.6. lOO'l.. ,criminal ooMa. .,4 >\ and B. ''II:. McLtiT; Commlsslon: of surrounding. said lake are materially "

To Honorable Board of County Corn. " .v- . Agriculture, a* Trustees.of the Inter.fiat damaged by the loss.-of entail h ;I. _.. Chiidre'sa :
J H Walk,.frd et prMres. ..... .".... ,D ao waver . . .
of the State ,wa .
'i' .mlssioner Improvement Fund ing severe losses on orange'growers. waytltlt 1. .11. 'it. '..,'" .
Maj. T. M. Murphy, Chairman of Florida the Louisville and Nashville :
Gentlemen: ., ; farmers and live-stockownere. ; ; .. : '

1 beg to make this. my report on tie Bond Trustees appeared' before-fhe to'' Railroad Co'; the,Wlsner Land And Whereas, The cause of said '.Wear't :
B ard and asked take ,
tot power .
Florida Last Coast Railway .
41eoDdlt.lOD of the county ooavlct oamo. Co.; the low water Is,,the. fact, that there is no I :
lib, booda. before the
maturity when .
1 find the sanitary condition the 00.; the ;Carrab lle.: Tallahaseee & war of controlling toM flow from.aid ial .
1 I. aDd'hat.. the class money wa In .the treasury .of thetruetea Georgia );Railroad Co.:' the Tampa lakes,through the DUston Drainage I ,
stockade good ; 'and on motion of .J. 8; ._ II :' "
of.provistonsserved to. the. convict ; & Jacksonville Railroad .Co.{.the APpalaehloola canal cut, under contract with the '

aeemed excellent, plenty of'' good; the Stratton fo)lowing seconded reaolutloD'waa by J. II.,w.alker"l Northern' Railroad ,Co.; Trustees of the Internal ..Improvementtand STANDARD .
'St. A Northern ,
wholesome food. 1 enquired about the Andrews, Quincy ; : .

the question of' ill treatment of the towit: Railway Co.; the Alafla, 'Manatee A: And Whereas, The only method of i: .-. ,
PATTERNS : 1. :S
: d mu was'oall.d'' to the Resolved that the County Bond Ii Gulf Coast Railway Co.;*Ftank' Q. preventing tbl* annual 1 Injury to ajr- ,

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attention of the Board preserve : :
'T of the bond before'' :maturity RallroaN Co. 'defendant*. /ca.d 15c' p t. i
county eastern *
; and I fully believe from 4 tlott;of this artificial system of -waterways .19ttC. ..

!!' what information1 could get that he whenever In their. ,judgment. It, will,, be The bill of' complaint is, a lengthy I I. ''to construct locks at the \', .1..... '. w.t .

:' bras whipped ,while lick, but not to the advantage of the county. document, occupying.. forty-two' page month of said canal so as to maintain '. t

'1 enough to cause' hit death.. I also ,, The | paid and :Cancelled warrant of ;.a nrinted pamphlet, without ,thenumerous said lake as reservoir', in'timesof'droughttherefore ., ," '<,
were destroyed. by fire In open Bo.-cs, 'exhibit referred /o In.the .
t' find on enquiry.' John Burke was I .. ,.
man and created quite and a'recess was taken: until 2 p. m. J bill, and ana Is filed by P. A.' V.OJ' Be'I' Enacted by the Legislature.. of
i a very unruly _. .
r ,,a disturbance. during his term there :The Board; re-convened.at.2 'p. mall -: Agnew, ,of Khsimmee and Messrs. the State o; Florida; ...jtaU..and Btattfanarr ltegiw.nd: feoOar*,Wood. Workiac Martin ..''
t Poor Farm : Bryan &: Brvan, of Jackson.llle'so- ''Sect.loQ'I., The Trustees of the Internal 'trrt ndSaw MUla m.da'Ia aavaaataaa racoon -uasiauaatiisair/3L. .
I have failed to viilt'thp present.The wart T Ttl'
G'-. Pat Chain Sat and Imprakad Don.- Ajax daatar Icltors for the ,complainant., : Mr; Improvement Fund b.dlrect.ed ....\ wlUo .. ....
t but have enquired spout] U and am reliably road supervisor having reported are )] / r-3U5' .2rl j .mMe S&? doe ro e
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Vans Agnew was one pf.the attol"nel'for'.be'Sout.b.rn to' construct. lock with. t'
Informea that t.be-'poor; Farm that. 0,000,000 a : a titoo. .
f 'slightly over .fflBas Bgfrlfi
Land 'and :
State, gateway'across: the 'canal '
., baa been well !irrigated and lnf doing pounds of Bartow clay'rock had been .Southport ........
y remarkably ,.en.' , received under the'contract with W. Timber'Company 'in the EvergladesInjunction >n the south',shore of Lake Tobopekallga CJ pMaUnToairM hi atoafcInmadUata ....
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.: and against the. Board of and also similar lock "witha alNDmblrbtltrm *
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Very respectfully, It. Carter; .on motion of J.8.Strat- ; acaa airart**

; WALTER BASS, Sa. ton, seconded by-J.,'R. Broneon, the Drainage Commisiloners'recently: decided gateway across the St. Cloud canal a- ''rDs.aw
Y Fred ttobin.on by Judge Locke In the Federal ontthe Couth shore of Lake East :'Tohopekaliga : Q4. ,
following resolution
.communication from wa adopted:
court'in favorof the1 land company; both in Osceola County.
asking the Board to reconsidertheir Resolved That the contract. being '.' '
; and'Messr. Bryan & Bryan were un- 8.0.2. That said 'Trustee* of 'the

action In regard to bis bond and ,for after now fulfilled the. cb.lrman'ao't.b.. tila year ago .special counsel. for the Internal[ improvement }'ucd'be'" end MPILSBY MACHINERY' :COMPAN: :
f firearms, was read not -
Carrying aid Carter that tb."COun&l') "
Internal
Trustees of the Improy.ementFund. they are hereby authorized to; make '
consideration of the maUer.th receive more material under said JACKSONVILLE. 'FLA..> OC.1AWDon't ; liT.l .. ,,
ant . sucb rules and regulations Ja* they .1. ".. . . ... ;
license to Fred RobloaCn wa ,granted. Contract, and also notify the Atlantic The' blll; alleges<< that,, the UDI&edLand..comP&Q..tIa may d..q prbpe* for 'the opening and .' ._ ,

The report of Bingham A, Farmer Coast Line Railroad Company that [ the successor of theDlsstonLand cloiiog-of raid l6ck-andT"td;appofot '. '
l'a :J-.c-\7.;
Convict hire for-A pwil'; ,-andstintOrk the OObO&.ntboneoet'-: n' Company and 1* the only keeper_ for'the tame. '.. .-. (11IE

'181.'lIS to cover the amount wa filed of" said rock shipped by 'said Carter. bona fide drainage claimant before 'Sec 3.' That the sum of Twenty. 1 '

and the money ordered turned o.e1.0: Messrs. Moon Ojw) 'presented. 'a the Trnt.eel.ra.. company claim Thousand Dollars,. or so muchi thereof i 'r ,J.,", '

.toe county Treasurer request to the Board That Obey rBoom. J.h&be Trustee still, owe.Jt'. 347,000 a* m.i'l>e; necessary, be ,..and* the
s r 'The bond of U 'A*''Mos. as notary that. b.r aaieoted land in,.the Ever
mend to the Comptroller cancel acre of samel hereby appropriated, out'.ofany '
public with n. D.; Oulo and R. T, tax sale certificate: "on part Of Lot gladeearned under. "-the.. originalDUetoa.oontrsct. money' in the treasury not',other, !Buy;Old,' Tine :?aflCiUL.U ;. : L' .

.Butler,In the .snip;of I&OO-waa eum- 4, Patrick'.. addition i to Klsslmmee. wise. appropriated for',the'purpose.of i. j;. '.'
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tned and approvea. City, which; on motion of J. 8. Stratton . The, bill further allege. ihat; the' carrying into effect the. provisions of : ': .'." v. '
The report of the. varlonacounty seconded' W. R.: Godwin wa other defendant claim large acreage* : \ .....t'4t'h" 'L" "j .u- .: ; \ ::1:
by thlact., e ,
. nilea '. J.8S I J ,
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Bled awd'' I ..... . ... . .. \ ,

ordered .
examined.
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officer were under railroad \ , ,' '
granted. la' the Everglades : ,,4. U shill bS.the! duty. ); of the ; Vi- .' } Ji{ ..;
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'" debitedoilnbty The Board,, adopted a'' resolutionurging cbarterVgranted by .he'. Legislature Comptroller to draw hi* warrant upon ., . ., ', : 'l1)4.w"

:The reau"'I'I.' report' the Senator. and...Representative that these claim are DUn and void I the Treasurer In favor of the Trustee P, ""Pt"'t..t.:1Iot..1''t'h':6':: : .' ..7't. 'r I;, .,_ : d. i'f.!' '

,1 showed the following .balance' on ; In .the Legislature. to; 'use all for the reason>hat the..syUUtu're had j of the tel'tl.llmpro"em'b Fund'for rougDl" .,.....;.. . '
; hand May 1st,'1SW71 1. : / means lo" secure 'of. the tbes%' la.nd to railroad ] suoli' '. .. : f ,
the passage no power to grant .ume as' may be, found '.neces can' get: these :at .but r..pjb counkr.: .i
... . ...'.... ,: State ; : : ; t. 4
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E' granted'to the
.e..qan-- ............ ... ..r".JIt-. 2IIII'IO bill Introduced 'by>> .Hon., Arthur,, companies, nary to carry Into effect; the, provus ....'
.--.s.--.,...........,eaw.' ..: .. ..,... list so Donegan for'.D appropriation of $20,. under'>theI! < 'Swamp and Overflowed Ion of this act. . Prieao! ; anvd .it; cuts: .' 1- .
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. .. :van is .
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1klheoI. '0. build Cat Lake Land Act of Congress I860 '
lock. jj-
> stir OS 000 to in the upon Sec. 5. JTnl act shall ,i. '! ."'
I ';'j;';dl.C:.&; fee, !:., . ... ,J IS and Southport canals.8uperletendent condition. ; that they should be drained, immediately-: 'upon It passage andep-, : : j : : ; .11.

.. .... g.r.: ;;:,;:..V .S89 4 t tt, Orel-street reported and the title to'same being; 'Irrevocably proval by the Governor. i o. We ts Ar'bone N r I S t' w

i .tate.Io1.I... .. ..... . ...:;. . 4seu Obessle of one pair of the road mnlei vested in the Trustees of the Internal ,, .1 I. i ,,:

Pn.bWr M aMd e.tMcM. ,.- B..kfn. and wa Instructed to 'bay .the mosey Improvement Fund under'' the .S 1 :' '. 14., J' KtSfJ J btMEEFtA.: : I ,rl *
. ....r..a.,.......:..........61.166.7 A Bill to be ntltledan Act. Exempts \ }
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the trea.urer' be credited of 1855 .
to county act of the Legislature creatingthe '

rr" The tax collect.or'. report shows the to the road fund, Board, of Trustees:; for drainage ,State log All of ConfederateSoldier Florida trom Paying* in Occupational the. . , ' : .:. '. ,j.

following .balance. -':,stlll.. ,due. the On motion. ot'J.,, lb.'Bronsou.,' ,' ,*eo- purposes; and the bill'seeks to set Taxe [ License .under '

; .,.county:. onded by:J. 8. Stratton, the ealary of Lhese railroad land 'grant aside .. .certain restriction of.f.. John B. Stetson Uniiersit ,7

.C.notj. ......_.. .... ........"..... *1251....... Ceo.:W.'OTerstreet, road supervisor' cloud*,upon.the:"title of complalnani' Be it Enacted by the Legislature. Q/ :.

;" P MaedF.rtutvr. :.. .... .. .. ,.,i illff. Wa lncre.s1ed'to. '960 'per mon\b, behaving company., the State of Florida:'" .,. If < .' .
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1" C-a"8cIooooI.s-W...... ..! .. . .. .I.. a'IU.1._ca made the request of the Board, The' bill further allege, that; .the Section 1. 'All Confederate soldiersof FOUR COLLEGES AND' FI.V. TECHIIICAI' ,scIi0oL9r, "

{. BchfoI: ) rite, I.. ., . _' ,n., stating that he would have' w'give up el aim, now',outstanding. against<< the the State of FjorJQa'.hall be exempt DsllANb/FLORIDA." .

.(1: .., ,,' ""': ::. .. ::::1"'' .1 tlk the situation'unless !;ae' could get the Fund greatly .exceed'' In acreage the from the payment of ( occupational .'

; The applioationi tor State pensions raise. \ . entire area of theland in. the hsnda taxes or license any, State ,4f llaIed WHIt University. of Chicago.:: .
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report' of the tax of the Trustees and ask the court toInstruct : -..
John and E. A. Barnes ,Tbe agrlonltyral. : -
; of Sarah M.. Bounty or municipal;; .Providedsuch Coli... of Lllxaral Arta.-The ntandaixli sri tboaa' of the b01veralq' "of Cat.... stet-'
;1 were read and approved.. assessor was examined' and approved and direct the Trustee upon. soldle shall not own property within aon'a traduatfe reoalva Utalt docraaa from both Htataoa. sad. Chicago. ..|j..a tha Cia >aco sad,
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Btataou ,. '.
.Onmotlon. 'of"'J. 8. 'Stratton.. 'seo. by the Board, and the warrantwere, the further execution of the trust* the State. exceeding In :'value'the' Collec eatalaga.* of L.w.-0eshuatw. . of UtM- CoUeFp sre admitted to praetloe* ; -Uw' la"f:.Florida- ,wttte-, Y,
bill further allot th1 ,the oat xamlnallon... .' Q
The '
In open Board.
signed up .. amount' of' hid constitutional homestead -
n. .
Godwin, Julian .
7 ended by.W,, Celt*"> of Tacfcaolocy sad School *f Mocfcaalo'Arta.-fMeebaBleal., Civil JRleetrIGaI
addl. There being no further bUlln..i,the. Trustee are threatening to ell the exemption.: .ac..ln..h (ana M......| 'JraliilnsxxirMt I ta 41nc. tu .darer? Tlaa aaw 'baJ1..Iq. ...aJ'.
M0ntsdoca appointed an .
.wa*' .. .. '. ,' -
; Sec. 2. AUI.w.or'part.. Of ''laws '
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.tlonal cattle Inspector for District'No Board adjourned'" .. remnant o".ad. now In the Fund,' and In conflict herewith. be, .and, the eame Co....*'of .......-Banking In all ila bra..oltea.,. Bookkccplnir. by' lINt mebeds:; '1t
seeks lei enjoin thy Trustee from sellIng .hortk.nda.dT.Pewrttinga: l1n/ireoouressopesla other PcpaitaMola.i L raoaitraad
4. and.Tlm Ju. and ..Georgo Brae are, ,hereby' repealed; commodious bnlMIn - !P. .* "
'The, Life msn/anoe-. or disposing of'any more ,lands '. to enter ,
+ cattle. Inspectors "- H.rardl'YW1Msosb.;(:I e.Mlp.Cblaso.atIMIreFOlwoolk'ga. ,
ton were 'appointed' l muddle ".'started :.' until. the quel'loD'of title has ad Look at Tbla Bargi : l. AH Astto lllob... / ,
has' the public to been ir . 1 ,
f 1 of District No. 3;. and.all., cattle ID..pector. Namal aad Modal k. ..-I. KlDdnr. rt.a !. lU'own) Imlldlairi ,5.5 Mmary"ass 6
thinking. -The wonderful success that judicatedand! .also/seelts to enjoin I1 1obU.; Oranmar ttcbool lu, aep..rat bolldlng. 'J'b... Mhool Mpaelalljrprapwa),public $rheol. '
in making oat their reports, "
teaobero. '
has met Ballard's Horehound SyrupIn the railroad' compao les, from actting; Four! cylinder! tweoty-four '''horse Maalo NtiaotI.-A 110,000 pipd'.orgei; i; : > 'v : l'
dosea'pisnaieparlt txilldlnalarr
strictly the : etsanlgri ,.
M1 .9 are required to conform to Its. crusade on coufrh, Influenza.. t lands' '' bdmplaloant. tboroofb_...of*tu6j. ' \ .t . .
law;;:and to''specif "particularly. bronchitis and all pulmonary troubles up any claim to the' of the power five passengers forty-mile-per- Art School.-M.w .".dl...oottlx oaata model*;eI I.- >r -. } +1C
hour automobile sale. t
for last
"1 of'ttie animal shipped or' but.cb. -has started the public to thinkIng .! .. New Stetson baa a'_lt of dl profaaaora Inatruoton. They hold dafrae from the TTnlror-'
*' ex lot this wonderful .preparation. It will thus be seen that the suii'U year; in perfect condition.Cost sit'of Chloaco Harrard. Y.I. Dartmontb. Oolambia. TX>roaH>. Wake"Pore. Loularllla.aaw.Ooln. .- ,
ered, whether'a steer-bull or cow. ... It. Join the 12.700. will sell for cash at 1250. Utreflil. iiucrnelnl.e'dtr of IIlob-, ... Dcaaiaon and other DnlrmralUaa.Tlurvara
They all using .
procession far-reaching in It*) and over(300,000.00 illdlnir. 'l yelpm.rsn.arlragaann.t mllltoa '
scope may result See DDNCLAN O. FELZ, Orlando Fla.Tra a datiar ondowioa**;
'and the mark This re '
to write out and down with sickness. Price anaudowedllbr.ryofo.etl/egvol.rSlabewID.lebapsiwll: ealIF.f.raIshl .. laohid'.
Roberson's in completeseulemensotthemuchdeb.ted : I log MMned glra whado.7 oil pasnnsg.a '.000 pi.. _ i 4
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1 qulremect I* absolutely necessary' 2So/ COo and $1.00.; 'Sod( by. -- i OJ1llDU. wk pt
'soppar.ty.
m eela.d Athls'5 Field track. .
: runnlog asnleouriab..b.U
TrutevFnnd dlamood awiaparU "
:The following accouots were examined . Pharmacy.Anothei . problem. '.fdl..D.!>ee14.. sowlmming....U..W.II and oth.r ] acparat* balldl.... forman and '
''':. ., Several sofa are pending In the Federal .Thu : women I.... l.bpnarlr DheoDl l')'..PIa...i. BactarioIo T Mlnarolocy awl Btologyt S
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and ordered paid,towlt.: Dlnlj'} ....raI$ ......ana*and abopa ataotrlo ngh: ht.alaetrto ball,M..r'hwi.w.at walk."abaltloa f 'w
: .. '; .' '. '. Pioneer Gtizen Gojle court brought. by .varlou* rail road ."ea *. paelooaeampos nhrobbarv and traanl social literary, _uea.114 ova k'
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r4 D B $attrand pns.phrg:1a ;. W eeY9.C.apbsltesptlberll.r.r ,lat Monday,! morning about 3 c'clock, s.ttlement'of this. question, that has j Arrive Orlando 8:30.. m.: .. .. ," ...

' ::. .... ... ba after an Illness.of two weeks with. 'the been the subject of *o much discussion Arrive Sanford 8:20.. m.Leave .. : { I' I
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m-...L c...u&. .... tar.ome.......""?. ago ., and agitation during the last twopdguL. cam. Arrive Orlandd 12:30 p. nv- '
e Jth.la.a YsmV 0aaatt4 ........:wth. r: ,lit a ,Mr.:WoodaTl wa*. seventy ,.. *,01 -' ... t' I Leave Orlvjodo1', :90 p, m. >> ,, c&C4.. : JI .i\

a# W.Jeaasta...drswag,Jw7.a..._0'... I GI age. and bad lived 1 In KWslmmee' for ,. Arrive Kisslmmee.43)0 p. m.. r f" .'." w

..1 s?,N" B lrabla.ea.sadN fey poor lava;. ,''ri V u twenty; .year*, coming here;' from ,wa l;', .! Connecting" .with"Seaboard' R. R 'at '. ; .. .. : : , .

x :?M""D.f..11; n W..1. i 00 Marlon", ''County,, -G.. fie .was an or' lulu, Orlando, and the -Clyde' boat at San :: .. 1'zqp:;; .
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", \. -.M..wa DTURA srdidr gon'peha..' honorable; upright, ChrtUancltlcen" ;: ; No. commission nnfess sale 1* made. ford going north., ; "": :: '" "

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: If It 1 leads, to death )ICLaucIi .o"- LIGHT ON UTOH.ERY

.. .JII tile bar chance of setting, out ,of. t a, :,
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-, ,-, - ,i i ''"WB"will wait mill they are''all in Florida

.RINE asleep. They have left off netting !' ij Doings f of Wholesale Murder .,
R watch Then we will fllletl.lrlII Mystery

-\\ ) and wake tor tbe coast.I ,ain' l a' : In Florida' Cleared v

(lire we are near It. 1* ran smell tW ,
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.Il 1., sea; though it !In. only the lied Nf f f. --

.....-............NNNNNN 1 wo are- lucky we shall sight tlie-Tort First Train 'for Apataehleola.' Trustees Are Enjolntd.,
,% w E By WALTER BESANT :{f 'I and tbe ships." The first train over the ApaJachl. JuSge Swayne IMBued an Important TWO MEN UNDER ARRESTPrisoner
.............................. "And suppose we lake the wrong" order Iiv Pen cola a few days ago
'--"'" i. turn and go north, Instead of south!" cola Northern,, .railroad arrived at regarding the sale or disposal Of lends ,

"t ".n that case, Tom.. we shall travel 1 Apalachicola a few day ago and wan "for drainage reclamation purposes, WurderTf
With
r - -- -- = round the whole world. twenty-five met by' thousands of the citizen: Inasmuch as the irder' restrain the AI'. Charged

I If! thousand mile, or hereabout., beforewe Ackerman Family of Nine
j The train,, was welcomeb 'by the truste.lof. Internal. Improvement u
; r .i "r ; \I' get to the fort. .At twenlymllee. blare of trumpet roar of cannon, fund from selling or disposing of any People Jn Florida About .
I 'twelve hundred" day,
a day It only
CHAPTER Xlll. '13.Continued "There 4t. Is flcalii," Tom," sale cue or four years, allowing u* to rest nSundays. tooting of whistle 'and, siren aDd: lands except 100,000) acre patented to 41 Year( Ago

,, of them; '" yfty"creditable IIIIII ". ." v"I the yells and cheer of the people. the state by the United Spates! Involved

was past eight when Katharine You would swear .that' :It was, 1'<'111.wouldn't , should give up..trying foe the fort Thus, for Jhe ,+flr t' time, Apalachicola therein. Although,,a year:: hal' I>sed attics

was stand youf"Ay. : and strike off northwest, where Jx>n- ,fs connected; with the' world :The proceedings waa broushfby lie family composed othtfttband '.
tip Mile de JSaiuarle : the Ackerman !
is the Ijiiul of Tnntnlun.
This
before her. don Is-an.II'"IIIt'rlnptlnltl, 1'om. with', by rail; and again the cotton tlm Southern States Land and 'Timber children
.. -I beg your pardon," oak' We are always; thirsty, Alld there lire a curious'Cntch'In his voice.; her, grain and tobacco will seek for. Company, which, purchased large and wife and seven *
always laughed before ,Uti I've Katberltie., too,"/ not
"j| have been'deep" 3utJtotdrink. etK'''' countries through Apalachlcola land
and tile''fruits which we!" (
','* slept for three .-hours and "' man "AUi'dltLouf'blln.; : "I'd go northwest -, and her fine harbor; and' the ten or Coulsvllle and Nashville as 'well 'as Santa Rosa county Fla.,, near Fensacola. "l

VI", Pretty tired you must It Will not a I luxurious 'camp; 'Ihewote'r with you, old man. Ohl Tom" twenty ships which are now 'constantI other railroad companies. .. detective have just procured ::

beeu to Bleep in all this racket the |x>oplo hid\ to4 drink was If', laid his. band on the other's shoulder"to I iy loading with! exports will be increased . Judge Swayne granted the petition? information which on, last Monday,
,Iweu walking: about all 'night be free again! To go home and the order caused the arrest of two white ,men
restraining
warm"nnd ,brackish; tbe-only 1'"CItec'l! -to the hundred" These ship and directed
I 1md no money." !Uon Ihoy had 'ngnln"t the night dews tell them we are not <]ea
you now 7 All night: ? Just .wan 'the cotton "olicoln] ; which by; day Do jog sometimes" , think of them .Cry- bard woods of Cuba and South America .. W. H. Ellis; W V.. Knott ''end B: B. woo are charged with Having, ,committed -

"\n.llI..laI11. I should-afcy,,'(>II. the men' ''orf'-''II" mantles or wrupiwil< miss .if you'd like to. brush your 'Un'l'fI' I thought of AII.tlllnrill'' 1 '
I ; round their Iwxllont' Die food they had \ the Orient; for the state of Florida., !In Geneva,. Ala., while Smith !
Iagain wash sour face and make during the'whale of the time? And
auf consisted of dates The
to ont 1 chiefly ( and also' the Land Companyand : 'waa-found at Gonzales/ .Fla., and carried
The Apalachicola Northern raljroad' WLtaer
.elf tidy upxtalrn, you; ean" luen 'were' armed, for the most part my girl, you see, has trot: no .()nl'.. and
as' constructed connect the Seaboard tbe ..-Iorlda.,. Coast; Line aDd to Milton the ounty1'l sue ot .
.,tbt're'f'r' n better SnmarltanT with spears and Klilc'liln.) though I hero now she must be rrjendleftt.! 'All daylong '
She would Air Line -Atlantic Coast and Louis Transportation Company.. Santa Rosa county.
s followed her. 'were old suns; among' tliem. One would for' six .months 1 have heard her \
cried a c;:aln. but that she vvas (,tiUnly. not' think/ the tl'thl' or the( curflinpnient ftolift. If we do' Ret .away from till* r I' villa and Nashville railroads ..at1 Chat 'When. It was discovered that the> "

' ,' being'no' I lansor hungry. But worthy of tile notice of bllll' prjsmi-If-ever there In a real chance of tahoochee, with Apalachlcola. The Governor Fires" Andrews, house I In which the .Ackerman .tarn ,I

kl..ed- that woman of" Sanmrlu 1 or.v Sato for'' the net that j-JKlit In freedom nguln.; will tit you .about. northern terminal is to be Atlanta; Chairman James,M. Andrews of the hAy resided had been burned an Investigation

she camp away, and vlieii: Fort lli", middle'. ot'' the 'aHii1' tli ?rworo her I (rouldn't bere\ -- -A' Another railroad is soon to be' built : board .of county commissioners of KB- ensued and while It, was .

smiled upoi \her once more, she silting I ".ltho\t any prote tlou of Tom said no more. from ThoD18nIJJe., Oa., and several ''I'' cambia ,count)., has been removed; at first thought that the entire family .' '.

; her (out and hed',urwhen white cotton\ tent, 'tlie two Knftllnh- The sun went down nt last wlth>an others have ,been projected from office by- Governor> Droward. The had become suffocated aud, thus t

Hint the good rrentur wn* lumen whos'remarks oil the mirage yon undignified: bob, as one who Is long In i. senate in executive session sustainedby unable to'' leave the building 1l.BItlater ,

and that no one knew where' she have just henrd. They' were prisoners Rlnllng, up filrmilid to go; and) only a unanimous vote the action "of discovered that -several of the,
Death Claim. Judge' Dilalyntkl.,
to be found.. of wnr.; wboMe lives here cpnred when goes at JJiot I.'n'lllie( i I" olllgctl. :
,. refreshed and KtrenBUiPiind.: ] the KKj-ptlaim wer all *pcnrcilVliy linmctllnkely afterwards the color" Morris A. Dzlalysnkl. municipal' the governor in removing- the official. Alder members, particularly! the lather -

renewed bops and with .lx- they were not massacred with tlio went out ot the sky and out ot 'the judge of Jacksonville\: and former, The 'charges against. Chairman An. wife and older son, had been

out of the pollremnn' MDIIuir: rest has never been. found out.- I'ei- hills, and theft, beAuisc! there) 1 I. hot mayor died Sunday night a* the result drewsare, forgery ,:uttering forged paper truck on the head the skull being

band Kathnrlne went. forth naps It.will remain a secret forever. much twilight: In the' greatubtaa of a paralytic stroke received and malfeasance In office crushed. It was also found that, ,,the *

for the bird day II tramp. They werepretty.. ragged by this Desert the night fell'and tbe children Friday while attending a baseball Andrews Is under arrest at Penna- father bad 'arisen from the bed and ti'

She (thought Hint'porlmps if she treat time, having been' prisoners! anti on HIP of the desert ceasing to chatter and to game He bad been mayor t.I lee,-was cola upon one charfcc.'. but Solicitor bad evidently seized his shotgun to.

back to ,Kt. James' Park .she might' tramp for six inortliw. Their coats Rrrrain and to quarrel' lay down ':lpOn an ex-Confederate(: veteran once county Loftin has stated, that 'he' has suffi fight for the' live of his family aaj Jt..g- ,

find Lily waiting Jhetetor: :ler, or per- hung upon their shoulders in long, tlie sand<< ],,>llll hll'Ub tile day's nun, .treasurer-linft city treasurer, clout evidence to place at least //seven the gun was found lying near his -t

baps* Dlttmer Bork. strips, which they would Imvc torn and were nil asleep In n few minute, holding these tWo hart position) for additional charges against him. The charred body with one hand resting ,
and
Kathnrlneralked slowly up off but for the afforded : Presently Captain McLauchlln touoliNlTom's
protection case has excited much local interest upon It
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nine and two'yeora Hewn
whole or the ,alk.Dltlmt'r respective.y.
dqwn lime hngth "
hast 11 .' run: I thelegsof: their troim- shoulder,! nuil they arose andlooked
rememberedroust nla: ; / 'resident of the city council three and as the governor has removed thecommissioner The Jury could not fix the dime
Bock, she.now hid been torn in strips/ around tlic-ni. 'Only half aln.v '
r ers 4n O"ny i off trom'ollk
: this lntvre.tbas afterwards'both
bi'ln lii.-offlce. Ifthe ( and judge of the court 'upon any one, and shortly .)
the cltr at In order to provide 'bindings: "for their < "' march to freedom! But suppose ernu$; city .
onl,.' knew where that office trii"" feet, from which HIP boots hind either i McLnuohlln hind made a mistake for twelve years: past. Tlii.";oiUlre city been Increased. The trial of Andrews Stanley and Smith left that t

There wai no len of Lily. Hnywliere.She dropped or hnd' been taken off.To SuppoRe; he Imd been deceived by the mourns his death.In will occur within a few weeks.A county. Reward! amounting to nearby

left the walk' and went Into the walk barefooted In the Afrlcuu snndriIs outline of the\ hllla? Then n* Tom I twenty-five hundred dollars were .:

park.' There she sat down and tried Tor English; tOt't'r)' nearly tile truly 'proplionied, theyvonld eitherMnrve the federal court at Tampa> the run on the Dank of Ybor City offered and detective were Inducedto ;,
to think what was to lie done next Is caused by a false rumor circulated work u$ the case and, while It; .
millions lingering ,
mme thine as to walk upon tell wl3'-1t a : complaint past week the trial of :Mrs. ,Anna
She thought that she would ?o to of oliiirp pointed jieerflt'K nil redhot. including the torture of the Sprenckel. charged with raising among, the Cuban and Italian deposlora required a year to do so, .Ih'!)' now;'

Doughty; .street and see her old .friend Even the eleven thousand LirltUlivirgin iiuri.liig heat of the sun and a mild poutofflce money order from |i to $ a'i, In the savings department, oc claim that they bave strong Information S

r Dire Emptage .again./ Perhaps there of' Aachen lintl only one' pin dewing thirst-or they would lie,! re- resulted'In her acquittal and'complete curred'a a few day ago. A lane number against the two men. '
be even""from tliutpoverty
might ome help for the whole lot *o dance upon. Uut I captured? and'tben they would lip eertajnly exoneration from the charge. t"de'et'-' of the foreign element surrounded ..
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stricken !
horioehold.
g Fie walked all the wny from St. suppose they bed boon ordered( to / speared ,for >'pood.& Freedom, oped from Ue evldence7of: the assistant the bank building: and demanded NOTED. AUTHOR GOES, HENCE. .!.
dance upon ten mill lOlls of pin apiece! however, ls-\vorth some risk; for'tho their money. The bank which., is ,
''t James' Park to Douj'iry 'street. It is postmaster at Port Tampa City,
Their shirts were. iu strip 811 sake of frl'edom1Iell have -run the
flannel ;
>a good tp..' You Ro.alang Long Acre from which the order emanated, that backed by the Citizens' Hank and Dr.. John Watson O.n MacL..nt} I '
for watch, revolver, glncReii, water chance of many death, and those evenmore
and Great and Lincoln's Trust Company, of Tampa, met the Victim of Blood
Queen lie
s.treet Poisoning.
original! order-was for $10 and ;
bottls: belt, find everything else, cruel than hunger and thirst in
Jim ''Field aud through!: Grny's Inn these! had !long nine, been taken' from the "desert. that""it had pot been raised the appl3- demand and wheu officers of oilier Dr John Watson (Jan' hlacLarenf'died

1 '. For a'glrl' who has \bees walking nliout them; Of nil their kit they preserved -,A. fortnight later tile same two men cation for Its reUauance: having beau banks and prominent citizens arrived Monday moruine! at Mount PIea...

all night It In a longish. walk, .Fortunately . only. their holmet, which, an 'bound Mny In two bed in the hospital of tbe for that amount Mrs.' Sprenckel who with deposits ranging from $2,000 to$5OliO ant, la. The cause wa blood pole'onhmg :''

she had eaten a'Rood breakfast In common gratitude had In retnrii friendlyfort, now crtrlKonetl by Eng had been for several yean tie efficient ( confidence was restored and CO the result of ton si 11(!Ls. He was

When, tout.it Katharine was at arrived flv, *' In the In morning DoughtyatrKt ', : preserved their owners' llv>s nculnstsunstroke. lI"h.11' ",.IIn. by Kg/ptian: troop money order clerk at the Tampa Per cent of the money withdiawn wallOon taken ill at Mount PleAiant April 25.

y. --,.-feuud--1bAE,. .-the-.Fwaptaga; '. Their Lair hnd grown long!_ "The-lialf lny'" march had In fact poatofflc'e: was deluged with congratu- redeposlted. The bank offer a The Rev. John Watson (Ian 'Mao1
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family bad gone (way'and they.:'pad, au amPTnnttett 11't eralFf. "Turned e"ut to be a'march' or two" or" Lions' upon her complete ylndicaUon -- reward--pf-t500 for"ttredtscovveyu -r..ar DT-wa.-oo'II----.r-1.t Om11l&rTfi& ;e;

'o left no address. of their captors: their faces -'WOre eovcred three dn1., with no1 food and no water, be person starting the imor. B *ex. England November,3,;' 1850. ,He>

It was about eleven o'clock. ICatltaline with thick beards' and' six because you see, they did take that received his educationist Edinburgh.University '',
months' wandering In die le ert on a tui-nlnc.. When time fugitivestvere'pick'ed ,,1
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wrong Suit has been Instituted In the United and
In
One ot '
turned away /jwearily. By.tlil' the largest red snappersever Germany ;l. was or
diet principally composed cf slates and' baccldf'nt' and a good'way
time she had fallen into that strange up brought Into a'gulf port, or taken States circuit court at Jacksonville daiued a minister In 1S75I He 11' .'

s 'state of mind,, when nothing seems' \brackish'water fat from th.elr had fingers taken,HIe'sharpened superauous -, from to'look tbe'at.fort black, tbf'"t nnd-gaunt>1'e very and terrible la, the snapper fishing grounds, 'was which involve* title, of' a large ,appointed tyman Beecher' lecturerat

to wetter. The Emptoges: were tract of land on the banks of'the upper Tale
/ jroiic their features. given' ,their eyes a fierce-eyed with thlrstjind hunger and brought to Pensacola a few day ago University 1898, and'waa
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and they bad 'left DO address. Till \ St. Johns river; In .Voluala coun, made minister of :
Sefton
.' peculiar' brightness and eagerae** unknown the heat of the desert under' the tierce.uu .. by the fishing schooner Cynosure of'the Park Presby
Intelligence affected her very slight/! In countries of civilization nd.4be clare of the water because fleet, of the West End Fish Com ty,' and which, Involve the'' legality terian church, Liverpool in' jgo, re.talnlste .. ,'

She Haw- that there Gray's was a gate Cln where, the buman eye I* apt; to' swell they were upon the shore >of the pany. The fish tipped the scales at of one of the old Spanish'grants made that position 'until 19054 .
the left hand tide Inn '
,and that'lt led 'of t" a v.ni.n where open.! with ,fatnexs. and, douhttess 'added tl'n.tellf" Red Sen.' Already they seemedto' 45 pounds and was a beautiful.speci when Florida,belonged to Spain. The' Among the publications' of Ian Mao*
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there wer.'trtee and grimes and tIf'at' to their live"* should: they' ever hear ,the flopping of .the vulture' men, of, the.red anapper::.The Vessel suit It brought by Knrlo.ua! dl f'ato y Laren were beside the. "nonnle Brl* !,

the famed In, look tbe.;lint ,'bench, get )borne! '1.. ; wing; and, the bark of the Jackal, had been fishing In the gulf about 100 Marcos and about fifty others "., the ar Brufch." "The Days of Aiildtanki"

and sank down upon It.. At the other' The scene bt'ore'tlim, apart, front! when they.were. rescued by a party of mile off port and the big fish was Wilson' Cypress Company a corporation Sync," 'A, Doctor of:the Old School;*
(lie mirage was'a landscape" of low English officers come ,out to shoot. organized under the laws of Florida late. ; and
end 'of the bench *at .,; youugladydressed among the last tobe, pulled ondeck, among the work signed,
in deep mourning.=. hill and rolling pound;; everywherewas ,A( first nobody knew. them. They before the boat started on her home The plaintiffs are all residents John Watson are '"Tb, Mind of the
graf: sand., with; for 'vegetation. were brought In and put' to bed, and and citizens of the., republic of Cuba. t,
"You look tlrl' aW the' ronnjj ward voyage. The usual size sot red : Master "The Cure of Souls" "The I
tuft ot'dead desert Tbe two
gran.. for week or'so could
not
l a they even '
; lady presently: "yon'look ill-are' you snappers Is about 15 pound though -- Potter'e: Wheel." "Companions
Englishmen cat byside In silence. of the
111 TV Can I be-of, any service to you'" ; tell their story. When that story was \ A new' phase in Tampa's, ;contention Sorrowful Way"
There\ wa nothing to say: When n fully beard those that listened marveled some weighing aa much as .30 pound "The- Trite of, the
"Katharine turned upon' her In reply with the Peninsular Telephone Com2 Master '
"Doctrines
man ball been made a tramp Without And were gore astonished be. have been brought In .4t1r1n recent I of Grace "Th*
eye n baggnrd. a 'face so worn., no : ( 'developed a -few days ,, by Homely Virtue "
any ago
aim"or ;, sis 'month and
'object for : long: cause their escape and return to their years. "The InsDlratlon 'J
.full'Of dpspalt and that thisyoung '
misery,,
during which lie hums/ 'bAd no''newa of friend wa like a resurrection from lie serving of police by Mayor Frecker of Faith"
lady started and shuddered"Tell 'I
J rob( me-" she said, "what, It mean/ *.' lie( cuter..world-nod, bee been all'the the tomb. Long loee. It was supiiosoJ The last chapter In the 'Joe Curry upon W. A. Brorien. manager of '

Tell mewhat lathe matter with your time hungry and tjhlrsty. bee I \-Jlot their bones had been bleachingupon case in Key West took place a '''few the telephone company, thai un'le.1he LIST OF THIRTY-FIVE NAMES

Katharine tried, to peak.. but she Inclined to talk -To-nl.:Ut the tw6 men the sands with the bones of the day ago when he escaped from the desists. la sending out bills to 'm' j
Were M> tired with the dn 'innrch'" Egyptian sold IeI'IIV'hl could- not the patrons of the telephone exchange, Included ln '
was put speaklnft. Her head dropped poor ) working, gang at the jail. Ha took a Utttry Indictment ''by
that they Mt without! speaking a word, l-iui fast enough to get :Mc. with 60 cents increase charged thereon United
and she would have' fallen forward ; away. carriage which came near the) Jail- State Grand Jury rA
?' npon the ground''but tbeyoung'ladycaught I until one, consisting of th
her In her.arms., s I.. p dates supper witb'a draught of water. Tom Addison, war correspondent was the south, beach: ,The plat seemed measures to annul the grants, privleges. ben sitting II Dlobile., .Aa.whic! Q i
reported 'killed. this time their sin
J! ."Tom" 'said'-one of them "'JII the By to have been well-laid 1l. the sheriff and franchises which the oily( April I, .JUM made It*' final (;
W" friend would even be going out ot
'f r.
has given the Peninsular Company
finest beverage' at the club comparable mourning 'waa 'out of town and his !son ln port The lottery conspiracy Indict- re
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: r ._. <" 'TUB' :NtBIAK 'Iasenr; with'' a good 'pull :'of, '''rIUIHbwater "Six months Tom," said 1o cLaucblln.thl. charge of the 'prisoner went to see'about days/ meats Include a list of thlrty-flvo

There was an encampment at the eo- In such'xa- place a. Ibis and after afternoon, the room being' quiet .dinner and when he returned The house- a ago, passed name, of, which t1f'ntt-hrf have H-* '


xJ The great Nubian Desert Is a tcr, Tom was at the 'very moment taking out of. their feet which bad, had already ,I..ued.a conditional pardon fares. Several 'amendments name are withheld! the .
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Able desert indeed. It cover a wears h that pull. swelled up and behaved. In a most but before the paper arrived were offered to the,.measure! to ex on. not having; been Jle',

waste'otu country which It you will When tbey'bad eaten thelr! supper abominable manner and inflicted rtlsRustltiff Curry took French leave: clude' short lines from the operationof except twelve, of the arrute. g

!.a' examine the map you 'WIll find lying they began; 'to 'talk. torture upon tht'lu-.ls 'the measure, but Representative hare been arrested and er.os indicted

rw between the Nil*-that part of It where "Tom." said the'first resuming theeonversaUon.'of ] months, Tom may BO.a long tray to Orlando, ha one of the' moat effl- Long, ':.who is' the author of the .bill have plea of four of them h
e.terec guilty
have
the Second and Third cataracts are the preceding; night make a fellow forgotten even by his succeeded In having nit of them ta- and i,
clent fire department in' the elate, suspensions
narked and the Bed SeaIt "my opinion\ remain the soine. We .eur. of sentence until
is
re
girl, They've! got- the telegram now bled. The vote> was forty-three to May
have"come but ha always lacked the 'adequate 27 ,
ported back somewhere nearthe
; by'those who have been'Jcrossthis and by next week, or thereabouts they twelve.
desert-tbe number; for certain place where we started." Will have the letters. -wonder-". apparatus for giving, a .ulck. alarm.
reasonsis now much' greater than of "Ton see,"-. Mid Tom. "that If yon "So do' I," Bald Too1.'Vlletber' Thjs, .1* to be remedied at once by 'INCREASE IN RURAL, ROUTES l
old-that there are mountain In It t, all should happen .to be wrong,our goose "- Katharine will have the erection of a modern electric' fir. One of the most successful vegetale 4
arid and 'bare.- level plain covered Is cooked> without tbe least donbt, and ?" alarm box system. Work has already season ever known in the lower "

'with .sand rocky passe*, and low bills we shall either starve In this Infernal forgotten' wa." t begun on -thl new Improvement kortlon'' of Dade county Is now draying'to R.por on the Operation o,Srvle } ,.
I
"Just what to any sold'
surrounding small plains of sand. The desert or be captured again.--lIel1 we going The system will include twelve a closeyet there will be large Up to First of May. t;
"There's.
al and everywhere.' It, Is a1 hot and shall most certainlybe stuclc.t things Tom Happening!been In the a good last six many monthsor odd ,alarm boxes to be placed. 'different shipment of all kind ofj vegetable The?report' on the operation* 'x

,, tbhrstycountryl: those "who live' In It "Ye ,-but'Iom sure that,I ant not pert. of the city: and 'several mile for two.Or more weeks, to come The rural 1 'otte' j
oldman.; When
so, they brought '
are a thin, parched,and drled peo- mistaken. I remember the outline of'nlolle ellv.et ae\lee 'up to !
-up year' .aa' been. an exceptionally 'good .
of wire to be connected with the .
!In and felt 'like are Ja.t.
us my bead one In- .
.I
Ale: who are said to regard their abominable lillls the> very first day we were '. one for the'"farmer*, and there are mae public at Washington'ilon, :1F i
flamed balloon, and my cheat like, :tire bell at the engine/ house.
lbuntry'wlth affection. brought'In wheu see expected. to; be but tew" who day by the fourth '
nave ,
_' r another you began to talk of your -> very not, made assistant ncatma*. 't
killed
*,When tbe ,sun S'.ts' over tta great every instant '' ter
l Jf ublan, Desert ho'1 paints' the nionu- "It may'happen any 'minute a* 11,1*. Katharine, and .I began to think we Phosphate ha been discovered! tin !some'money., e' .elt'ral. show that the totl'Du.
These are"' rot mixed'up'somehow, .,'$ou've got a and around and 'the -.. bar of pedtlons for
1 talus ;and rocks/ijl manner 'of/coldrs/ fellow not Ina hurry/b-- Kewnansyllle the ""
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r bat especially flow which hare to do cause ,we"are always'in 'their hand Katharine and so have I. They'can't opinion of ao'.espert/; who happened John Brown, a negro, was 'avre.tednear celled I up that' date ;

with' purple, crimson, and yellow; h* A* for me. I very well remember' the I suppose! .beth,(; .j came"* girl? by'anyaccklentr' ,toy'chance to make the discovery 'J. Tulee for the murder of T. L.JohDeon upon which t were 64,3. '

t; place tbe uv e'eolor.'only' paler In funk. I wa In. but I forgot the Bills. I.that' tile supply 's .almoet.'inexhaustible ; -aDd wife at their home In OM 8dvcrile, reports y

ty, ,the ''sky.,.and!lie condescend' to light "Tom It lathe<< same place; the other "Al ne,Is named ,I'albartne Reglna. judging from 'his'soundings,. This Italia.. ,Brown confessed and was hurried ' have been Pace. There are noW

'& '. tip-lbe leVel sands with the moat Ueautlfnl man repeated, earnestly; '"I *m sure TOlD. fell beckon his pillow, with n r expert,.believe*, that, the deposits will 'to the Jackaonvllle "jail" to pre- operation 37,507 rural 1 route*. 1

-and wonderful! mlrage.x. Thl >It S... We are within a. few hours of gronn.tfeojlvmjne.1be. ''run '011; an. average"ot tl8.per' cent. Vent &,1YDc ni. :, '
evening, for example those of the people the Egyptian 'fort.' I b'ell.v. they r ,, said:: "We 1 hive, got WALTHOU .BADLY'

who,cared to look for It might tmave bare come back here, in the.,,hopes of mixed up-:"" I ', t foul althoug'a : HURT.
A committed'at -
most murder Miami of the
J l aeeu In thjc.outh west,,.and apparently meeting other tribe and setting: up "KatharineIlegfna IVilloughby, '' was youngest Champion '
,, ." Edgar near PaJatka'one'Disht the it not the youngest. clu.-111 Florida Annrlean Cyclist 'Meier "
within easy access a most inviting another massacre; it the Egyptian can mint. 1* ,, '
BTS!.''
II ", ia any climate. Saw ODe ever be 'lowered, )all l ,. "voice- to'; 'Whl.lJ'r l ; .aid Tom. "There's a chance; fort Uil mond, .a well known seed dealer was service.. The"ooinvanjr are at resent' dispatch. from larsxu. !

r *ach green grass, such )blne'lake such though not one'eouhd understand whaf jetlBut. la't it,,odd that there.should hot and Instantly )killed by partle,' arranging to, attend, their line* :and .a, BobbyWaltbour, IheArerlcan a;

-\1I'a\'lnlf\ palmed such a sncyestlon'" they wer* Mylng-"within halt a flay** be' two girls christened: ; Katharine :'whose identity hv not'yet been fully\ ire, working on ,a pleasure: park, on bicycle elder,'rt wtt serious; :,;. v

:, ';'4rbbilag" springs -creeri. 'bader fra > march Is freedom 'If ;yon want ti win JJeglnat*' : ;, .. established. Nothing. WM known, jot Jiw, et, ,side' of the Meat river deut at' Erfurt A iter' winning! : &el.;:
t. ': >tpaoe. of jlowera.ibaimyreet.and; unl-{ It. Do you understand thatrv\ : "'r J'erbnptbey''are.couslnsf' '' "There the"brutal\deed until n.xt' biornlng, Within a few week the lira will .crossth )tJometor hat., felbtron. O'

'.ersIh';delightirel; herewere two "It 1., not, a c1ar saying, old'man. As I* always '.' Katharine"'Tteglnn 1*'Jtb* when, a ;negro ,woman andboy'who,. '; Twelfth Btreei.. bridge, going west wheel .J1r crossing t
arer'
,..tI4t&r I .tut ent,. 1I0: gased'upokp for my..wsnrtng' to win Jt." lie rrplled-A Wiltooghby;,famlly;' .' XVbo art' :SOUt were pasting 'at,!pie time,. ,going, to several, blocks, thenceforth ,We ',line. ItrlkIUI'.hll, bead 'agaitiet'," DI. '

tga'. ,;.dy, without'. ad.. "you're.- soldier. Take. the tommatmdr girl. .peoplertjiiTo.... ' i .. ,the statlatn'band' the dead'body bythe Miami, 'river, where the,,park 1* lo ,eo rlDg. e' was ' '
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,.1-"'":. _', .
|;TW NtY. MEN 'CRUSHED TlOAL., '
STRINGS ATTACHED ,
j. g-L- ",. I JACKIES ATTACKED Th#e aaV a riac at the teJepla a..;
,-IIHIMft."julDeG' + 'femlalae '"olee."wutl .*
j '?.. t '... '. j Wall of Bifl .Cam Gives Way and Mex-! tllR.',.... you coming, home to.dlmwfr '

I jean WorkmAr.WhetmedUi, ', '
: :: '
: To Pennsylvania Railroads. der Avalanche or' Debris., I By Cuban :police 'While, 'on """IXdoat know, '..! .' 'a'Dewered'Herbert.

', '"All I can ien" jVbu 1* that
By YourUndo\ Sam.. from Shore Leave Santiago[ ;I, am'.going' to *tart:rfght'now.*' ti SNOWASURECORE :
:
, A special of Friday Chihuahua, \ ;A, tap minute-later, with ,a more\ '

"Meuloo, ;says: ,or less firm reliance .up n they pro:

MANY EXCUSES)) AUOWEDv Without an ,!IDslal t'. warning the SEVERAL PA YJNIURED''' tectlon of Providence he "boarded an'

.treat :walls of the Chluvuscar.'dam'\. elevated train and began his journey

, . .gave: way Thursday? engulflng nearly: : \ around. the 'loop. Chicago Triune w is
''forty men' unde .tbe-eoormoua weight / II

..In' Great Majority of. Casts Fines Do. of masonry and waterj; between fifteen! American Were, Unarmed andNot. HIQHT ,OF WAVES \ .. .'-'

1 Not-Mean Sum Paid-Some' Sam.plea .- and twenty of whom are dead. 'and One Policeman-.Was Hurt--InvestigationUnder' : ' '

,. of ,the 'Various ,Excuses thirteen'Injured 'and otbera'unaccountJoo! Way-Cuban, ., 'Frenchman, Say Observation' 'FroM' ; =::'1iI.-

' ed for. Some, t'-tbe 'injured' will die. the D.ck. of Ship HCrsattd ..ThvISrtxrusltl
'orrtld.' All of ''the victims are Mexicans: (j. Were Aggressors., an Illusion.: : .ual, rAH
IMM n' Mt {
:Meager details of the affair reached ; 'M. Dertln. a Frenchman,, has been '
both' '
A WaaJ lngt apeelai says: Declaring San 'Autonlb,. Texas, early .Friday' Confirmation' was received at making new observations'of the Ue' >, ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation.;, subdiiM: ..Inflammation . r
:to be his' the,, navy and state dep 1rtmenia' ,. and driver'out '' ' -
it; purpose to have, no morning;, when tho Judicial'' authorities ahll1rtoi""Wedne.claY.bf of ocean billows. Helaitbe. are Pain

.; concealment In'- connection with the and- several surgeons departed of..the'police'of Santiago; X>f upcix the attack grea.tly over-estimated when the term' ;- :PENETRATES the Pore, loosen the Fibrous Tissue' *, promotes -

;;i m a' !i8filed gainst transportation1companies Immediately for the scene from'the a par- "crfountalnous" IS applied to' them: a free circulation of the Blood", glvlntf{ th* idusalasm..&wal ,
ty of sailor United k'
States "
he measured, ' '" tCURED J
,! carrying the malls, Second The disaster is only the 'last, .of a cruiser Tacoma ..who had been"given The: longest.teet'from waves elasticity.
to rst.
rest
large number ,were 2,590 i
which have r
Assistant .Postmaster McClea-I I 'j'ecentlY '
Genef.1 liberty and were, returning: to their and their duraUon
average
fa say*,
rjr'1 Friday gave out some, figures in claimed nearly ?0fr victims 'in that :
ship early Iu the' morning A full aecond Dot
\, was,23 *: They ;were varyhigh
connection 'with the Southern"rail! section; and mostly 'In. the neighborhood investigation la la progrttts. ,. the results .,only about (0 to ier r one-fftletb. OF'" PARALYSIS'
way and the Central of Georgia rail of'Chihuahua.
: of which ,aro awaited 'with Interest of their span .
way. 'Which are Interesting. 'T.he.'autborltlee are making( a thorough "*"' that the '
Indeed 'h 1 'of opinion'
* W.: 8. Dan. True, write"My,
These figures show tbat fine for 'Investigation Into the present! reached by waves sufertug are with is
Regarding affair a Santiago& diepatch greatest l height ever vrlfe had been five y parsly*!*, in
delays are being regularly levied. Itt catastrophe 'and will severely punish say*: The conflict,.between\ the 4a open water I. atolJ" feet. and n*"' fcerann. when I was persuaded to nee BaUerd'a t
Is declared moreover, that they will those upon whom the, place the sailors and police followed all'orderly accounts for higher estlmatu by say Snow Liniment;'which effected a complete cure. I. "

y be collected Still the railroads are blame, .' . banquet which- was given at the :\ing 'that the7;*hAte' heretofore ,been have also,used' it for old sores"suet bites and skis,
show According to one version of the affair frdm the eruptions. It doe the work. ,.
given 'an opportunity to cause Cafe Leon''' de'Oro 'by a party ofnrst, observed for the most part '' "

['r. why they *should not bo. penalized for the 'men were, working on afoundation' class, .seamen the cruiser Tacoma, docks ot: hfps, and. the perspective JEST'. .' LINIMENT, REFUSE-MX ON EARTH''OlllC; SUBSTITUTES' !! TRIEO.ALWAY-'VSED' -
late arrivals of1' trains,, which cause close to the foot ;of' tjio+ effect resulting from' looking up alone '
delays In the delivery of mall. Fail main rampart of the dame; which |bad At.l la the morning.welt men separated ' the slope has misled the eye, and" THREE-SIZES; 25c, SOc'*H $I.OO "
and "
twelve of them tQ the ''
. already been : SNOW LlNlMBNTCO.
constructed. The main Cafe toxl Judgment BALLARD,
service wall was weak ana gave out undec the ed. When wave beoome breakers, ,ST.'JXHJIS, U.,S, A.. -. r

the single water pressure striking .against,eome. ob.tacle. there ..
ly subjected Southern to a was In citizen's,, had '
clothes been, of waterare
fine .of ".000. It t* announced.For . 'The, dam wa being put In for 11''CaUol.and '';- watching this cafe all I la no doubt that great masses
the
100 feet
; evening hurled to a height ot
the quarter ending December stock watering purposes, with seven or eight policemen, to sup 'and volumes' of *pray are flung quid SOLO .AND RECOMMENDED BY
and was a large enterprise. The loss; .. ( : -..,
$1, 1908 during ,which so many serious : ,
him At
port about 2 o'clock (in the
; blown sttlll higher. > '
,will be heavy. ? ''For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG 'S ORS:
and protract delays occurred on _, moraine the seamen, started tor 'the '' Very few Z.GOO f feeUongr and "
waves '. :
I trains entering Atlanta the South- , wharf with the' intention'" of & ever encountered .he .4 '
'' boarding, 0 feet high are )
; 'F era road 'was due to earn fqr.the ,AFTER: : 'THIRTY I ''YEARS, FREE, i the Tacoma. Captain lAy claims teat" adds, In average toad weather the T J : :

uportatlon of. mall matter and; rent 320 feet from KISsIM1V.E5.
tbe seamen, started 'the trou le. .and ,wav.. run' from 160 .to
,,q" of postal'cars/a total of 'UU.Z25.TO. Aged'', Man"JsArrested' ; Und 1' ''Indict- : .the, sailor claim that ,CaptaIn'';..l.ay., crest t 'cre/t, and thelr'helght seldom J. 1,1
;: Again this It la announced' that fine ment for Murder. ,y' Reel Their If '
"; 'without provocation) ,caused the dis exceed: : 33 duration
-'C: were levied aggregating $18.323.26. On William .Graham. an old man: : turbance.. t' ; -. not over 6'to 8.'seconds; 1) 1 IV : '
:Et'Ot7'
I the main line of'\' the SoutherA 'between -. of 70 years who was Indicted In MadIson : As' the enlisted men had' bean hindered ' ." B B; u
Wallbtnltonand' Danville the county, Georgia, t\'thq Starch, -
by. the police 'on htlr" wa'yto H.mmel'Oldoet Implement. *
t fine*' for ".ellnQu nelel'. ns' the de-: 1877..term ,of. the superior court for, the wharf Ensign Orlsbln decided The. hammer :.besides being a. tool STEAMER: 'LlLLim.;, STEAMER 'JtOSE DA;. V,;

'( paptment deslgnalejr deiays/and fall-' the mutder of William IUng| cede but who to\\ walk,'slightly ahead of, the patty. 'of universal 'use, 1s'probably the .old : "r Captain Clay Johnson; dr. \ 'Captain Clay ,Johnson.OryRegtilar ,,
'
; tire to perform satisfactory ItA sera made his 'escape 'from the bt of, mechanic's* " .'. f"
a 'd' "
'' Suddenly he, heard a revolver shot eat! .representative veekly trlpa'to',23alllnter return. .RoseadaMeave Klsslnvenee
; the crime Immediately com1missionTwas i I
ice as mall' carrier fines levied after' its tool kK 'The hammer'was originally [ Tuesday morning and .- '
t I and Immediately afterwards, tne"po ,. arrives'rJselmmee lI'rldl1;evening.Epectifl ,
: amounted to io per cent of the .tOtAL t ;j last Friday, morning !. lice charged with revolver'and'ma ,, a atone fastenedto a handle with Charter Trips to Lake OUetaVtbee and FortuMyero on th..Litua-

: par due the' road: placed under 'are'st, ten jnlle north. chete*. 'Brlsbln received ,an, ugly 'cut thong, and!. It .wa'' ... useful a* a i o1l1fortabJe' .ccommodation for pajsealers: Rates reMonable..;

On the Central, of Georgia railroad west ,of Gainesville Oa,, at Holding's on tbe armband was: felled to the. weapon a* a tool., ,. Tb. most picturesque, Waterway In Florida ,

i between 'Atlanta- and Savannah, and mill.. In the under part of Hall county ground three time". .A* the' cr6wd of Hammers are represented on the Vor ,.Passenger- Fr.tght"l .apply to

,'. on the Atlanta, Albany); Montgomery ,by. Sheriff Orr,, of Dawson-couuty, seamen' came up the; policemen monument of Egypt twenty centuries jr CLAY JOHNSON. &R.. 'Prbprlet .-

Ala.; and. Columbia Ala., line the jo whom the warrant was sent .by the their I at at emptied before our era., They greatly' resemble \ .' .Onboard. "Xlllle." Kiaslmme.r flU'l VCANNOT"
amount due to be'- earned was. '32.168.80. .- Madison county'sherlfc. a few days (t8vol..era. them thesame the bammer'now. In use, save that .. :

., and the total or fines levied ago. .t Ume attacking' ''the Americans'with'machete there, were no claw.oB the back for '
wPOLICIES.. *
0n these lines for the' quarter was The,, facts of the killing are, of the extraction: : \ of nailsClaw, hammers COLLECT STATUS 'Of"CUBAN: ;AFfAIWReportid : ) aT
'} S7C3.59. ceursemeagre, but few o{ the prcs- a A fierce fight, en.ued. with the result were Idvented come tjpe during 1-.

The work of the division of Inspection eat day-remembering them. However that' Henry. L. J.ee..a fireman of, the Middle Age. Illuminated manu, Complaint. Fried Against Gate City In. \ Fairly '8atlsfctor>' by* Tan"" ,. '
the ,Tacoma.: ,.will probably 'die of a 'eleventh centur .ul'.ncai' Company of'' Atlanta' *
script of the, repre.
of the |K>stofilce department It.la said bx f' former Urea, : of.Mad 'Who 'HaiJustR.urned.
compound fracture; ot the/skull caused sent carpenter "with claw hammers. "The Gate' City'' Fire Insurance company t
',, which\ Las charge'-.of tabulating: tho .!son county who Is now lvlng la 'Secretary' and''' '
Taft 'party'iMved
that dlfOculty .by a machete, and a gunshot wound Hammers are of all dies. from the of Atlanta was"the subject"of a ,
Gainesville| a arose between -
fines against transportation -Njompanl ." Id the right breastTe.n: other' members dainty Instruments used! by the Jewel streniidus ""complaint that was filed at' the Washington .Kavy, .;yard am

.* and keeping the accounts Is al- j ot Graham and King .. they came' of ,the crew -of the Tacoma..", ere ler, which weigh lees than half anusestblhagigaale with Comptroller General Svilllam A.WrfPt"WedDe1Iltarmorn1Abnnett. board the :dayflower, ,Monday' night ,

i well three months behind Iii Its out a stream or pond where they 'taken__to 'hA_.hlp.-ljo plta I Buffering.. i*f tytonhammer :: after-an-abs.nce.-ot. .s.aotiyi a mobtaon '4'-

.1 .WPJ&. ..FAt,- lo.fAne";.llie..roads.are'required } ..Jiadbeen King . at swimming.-(Graham with'la-aaid-that from machete wound ;and .;.clubbing.! of shipbuilding establishments. lien of Heard county Georgia",who;alleges ' 'a'trip that lB.'l..d.d |PwDama.,U oa' 'i...

to make an, affidavit .of the came when: the an opej No$ one",of the. policemen :was'.!.badily. some ot which have a falling' force Of . that the Company! has ,continually -'. and l'ortp'R/oo' $ ., TjJe',,..oreteny:: and f
knife latter
failures In mall .train'service at .the brained King hurt though several ,of them- suffered from ninety Ho 100 tons: Every'',tradeas Jailed to make'good certain pq'$- ,1tt.att 'were. Imniedlataly drlvea .M _
with ''
end of each quarter.'The, departmentworks'over"these a 'lUck. Inflicting such serious from lilt contusions..The -- Ita- lUownammer .an&.ltI own. way clesif: -has--Issued oh 'Heard count/ their"' .reddeeits. ltiimir'Ovv.raoe -t I',

.A't. ... .figures during the 'after.injuries It that''la alsounderstood King ded'IIborty that there-Graham captain and all the policemen e of uiinsIt..-Baltimore Sun . Ilrop.rt,. ''The comptroller says .the of porno Rico Beekman :Wlntftrop andMrs."Wlntbropwere ,.,',
t. next quarter and at the beginning of .
,left ladI80n' counts the night who 'participated In' the affair have ,' complaint'! U' :not ''the first'concerning ; ( gnests"ot the **e- ,

.second'Quarter'tollowing ecvxmd'Quarte 'following casts casts up Its Its that the'' sheriff ''went to, his on bo, "e, to ':'been suspended, by order 'of the civil MORK BOXES OP GOLD the Gale/'city company bat bq; haa:J 'rctary',. ,the. r.ttuli'trip., 'Tha others' ,-,

accounts and the roads are up arrest him on a warrant charging! him governor of Santiago, on the repro.aentations And .Many GrrenbAckt.: received but J1*-.add.. :that be Is po}-
submit 'applications' for' permittedto remissionof with murder. !.- of Commander'' Tappan, of ,- Crlese 'to' ,..lnt' ,"r ..oi HeSuiInlc: ; liestate'lawf BuFtoaA! 'of. "Obto; KltUedce; 'of-S "

Graham went to' Hall county, and' 'the Tacoma Wand the :jvmerlcan consul ., SK boxes of Gold andareenbacks(' regulating; such. 'companiea n'w'1e'._. .rdk :
fines. ,, 'will who write the le'InaOenuatol/' 'K'' "*"?'!?: '"*'* )< "?* '"' ; .1 '
Mr/Holaday.'who affirm be ,
that sent to'persons ,
'
Even broken-down and worn-out. located near where be was:arrested thcj." : : " i' 7rh.; as..i ; ; at

+, equipment which' very frequently lie.h. i conducted himself properly 'Uves'ijOf: ", the ,. ,American,.tifficers and most, Interesting and,trUthful letter j The,, Oate'.CltyFire. Iasursnoe,0; r, .. \, '..... '

since he has resided there and is held. men who jo, ashore are'.not said! while, 'of' experience on-the following topics: : 'paDyJa;.located. at.. room,,316i'Tes) f* : ... ..tit..t. Q .... ' _
causes delays will "
not subject the .
, !. How have been affected by '
" roads' to punishment- In astern by lhe people ot that com .Iuch lDe nre.aeting a* agents-of: the I you ; Court Atlanta;'and'theofficers;, vare: found 'luattani.In ,/'C1dI* '...n i what' _. w,
,, when such ,coae drinking and by changing from -
delay occur. It t* shown that the mualt,. Graham has a wife -wha la law. Mr.. Holaday is making a thou, coffee, to"PostumT -J: L. Caldwell.. president: D. ).Ii'Growl der' the clrcuatstances; ,: must be..cODt t\:;
older than himself bugh *,investigation:. of, the Incident vice president;*}!.' B.'Cobb'secrr'tarland ,, : sldered":,' "ecndtUon'that'theels.rory'round +
equipment :was properlY Inspected and and the Is, nearly -r 2. ,Give name and, account of one ;Te y: satisfactory,
found .to be In satisfactory ,condition blind. The old man took his arrest or more coffee drinkers who have: treasurer.: v ,for

,T when the. .train pulled,'out; for: the calmlY: ".-== OEMTH-DEALINQ.' .' MINE DISASTER.. been turt-by It and have: been induced tinder a law enacted by the Georgia nope"that, the'pian"adoptedor, >'a census

,ran ''His neighbors never suspected ho"'. I"Throe .. to quit ttn9 use Postuni. .1 legislature'-several: ,years Ago ,In; cppottltfon -.. ; l'll1mJ.nal'7.ecU\ -aod: then

When a settlement' Is finally:' reached .- ;was wanted for murder, and his( arrest 'Men Rilled..Four. Entombed and ,, .3. Do rou'know any bile\ who has to the advlce' f the comptroller again 'an election( six 'moth later,
.ed"muc Several Badly .Burned. been driven from Postum because 'general l.Ill' la possible to organize lu ,
away '
cal discussion. 'Tbe will result? In
It I.
fully possible In view of Ihe / '' thVsetecUoa'of. ; preeJ-
,Three "men were killed four 'were : It came-to1 the'' table weak', andebaracterless Georgia fira// Insurance: companies "
crime bal been well nigh ,
excuses accepted by the department, forgotten dent. and :congress who ,:will:bi able. '
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at the first trlaltDid assasinen't
seriously burned and four others"are along! lines and 'no capital
that fully eo per cent of the fines mal'be'Temltted. .In Madison \.county, owing to time right : to maintain themselves, and.,give' a
elapsed since 'commlsalon.. entombed and probably dead'as a result ' ,4, you set such 'person stock, or 'guarantee; ,deposit ls, required '
." table rule. to. the' Islandand
/ the to make It that
regarding easy way .
.of a mine the -of such concern The' Pate City
.explosion.at, Whip- '
The following excuses' ) for latearrivals .: 'I 'ATLLANTA SIGNS FOR pie .mines', In,, 'the ,Leap,, creek district clear;,black' and. with' a snappy- rich' company' 'la of this generalcharac- ,the' Belay' hi'taitoc' eJ1suI' :1" knows _
are held to 'satisfactory, FAIR. by .Cubans the"Amer '
near' taatej as an earnest of \ ,,
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Charleston 'W. Va. Wed. ter. 1
,i Waiting" for mall connection., ... ---f" nesday. afternoon. ... ,. 5., Have, you ever* found a betterway According to 'General.'Wright cornplalnants icon cotrerninent to secure, a'stable'government" ..
A, railroad cannot escapJ'flnee,: fOr, Contract., With Georgia State""ASrlcui.'tural i, to make It than to use four heap. before. It leaveswrary
delays caused by waiting for Society la Approved. The 'mine, where the 'explosion: : occurred log teaspoonfuls to the,pint of water bay they have Incurred loss
; a connection there will' bena excuse', tor'
The Is M shaft 450 feet deep / es, but have ,been unable 'to' recover i;a.tloM'InberenUgn
unless,such, connection Is, a mall !1na'plan.) for,holding the Georgia : let. stand on stove until real boiling'begins ."

" train from 'which. malls are.to be' re* State Fair In Atlanta next October and beginning at that time adeQuate,dam"el, irom'the'company, I He stated in Panamathe'e.gh.
'celled. 'e "'were ''perfected Friday when a MISSOURI FIGHTJNO BOOZE..: when, actual boiling starts, boll full -B that \ -
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f. 'Breakage' : <_ contract''' was signed by'the Georgia 15 minutes more to extract the flavor/ SNOWFALL |N. WEST. ,noire reported to him',that '' h.ll -;' ;
.machinery, hot boxs" -, '
'i ,. and trains breaking 'In ,two'after State Agricultural Society and'th. Atlanta Legislature. Passes Bill i tanl.d': ,to and food valtfe.: (A piece of butter, --....- datlons for the 'locks". were 'entirely;f'

proper Inspection; provided the equipment ;Fair Association on the completion Curtail' the Traffic, "t the-size of a pea will prevent boiling M'ay. Is Ushered, 'With, Mantle. ,of atlsfactory.. ?
'house This contest Is' 'con ned tothose
of The of representative 'of over),'or White Over Several Stat**. .
'at' tbs guarantee 'fund'of 16,000 "
was In'Cood, .condition the '
,who have used Postum
y 'prior
time "of such: inspection. required. ." v. Missouri Wednesday pa'ajed a bill pro'hlblting to the date, of this advertisement., Snow (ell atOmaha.Neb.; early Friday !DIVES, INTO. JHE;JLIMELIQHT.. r

,, ;;3. Repairs 'or damage to' bridge: Under the contract jthe date-of thefall' brewers, distiller and whole Be, honest and truthful don't write morning. Fruit .and, .ve$' tabl '
will be. from Octoberi'10 sale liquor dealers from'dealing In'I''- which were believed to-: have escaped Former.Methodist Preacher, Now t-
j, 4.,Wrecks; slowtrack, soft track. ; to 26, poetry .fanciful letters Just plain Bap.
and slippery" rails, when ,satisfactorily which will give two weeks 'tor,' the 'tall,lIqUor:, Abill; giving the ,right tosearch truthful, 'statements.( ' fatal results from preceding. storm*. 'tI.t. Seeks Notoriety. 4

I explained ,,eHi fair., v for liquor In local'option" counties .- ,Contest, will' clolo.June1at.; 1>07. :are given "P nor? ''a* killed .IUv-Y.8,; 1.. Parish *a. former' Methodist
>> ,was also paa.e4,; ,<- and no letters received after that Snow;. which was In some placesfour .ererelycrltlclsd: the Method' IKs.

t 'ANOTHER -: -, date< will be admitted.' Examinations,' '.inches. deep covered the 'greater ist, denomination ,at'.th'e' Baptist;),ikia-:

, Hi. GOT ,ONE, lTH6UBAND. PER'' CENT, ;; PREACHER ,SINS., .ENTOMBED: MINERS 'RESCUED. of letter willbe made by, three' part' of the':state, and had'all the ,,'Utera'' meeting "1n', Atlanta, Monday

'' -r judges,' not, members! of the" Postum' I manta: ot a llInard and broke all' the morning. '

Contractor Was Paid 590,748 and Only 'Leaves Wife of His Bo.om'and Elope. Seven. Men Were, (iriprlso'ned I In' Pit CereAl Co.. IJ:d. Their decisions will I known records tort:the'e-month of May, "MethO llit. ;>ere al'l i good- to m....' E

;,' Expended 12,060... .v. 'With' Young Girl. pearly-' ?' Five Days.; be fair and final, and a neat little b>x': I ,A special from Topeko,' Kantas., 'said'Rev1.' Parrlah' but In his"estimate
':'According' the'"advance Member; or' ,the fashionable St.peorje A'special Iron .Johnstown containing a $10 gold piece sent to. '
to ( ; report ofli' Pa says: says: An Inch o( snow fell over this ,tpg church was not good,enough
along
l nl copal church at Hemp- the each of. toe five writer* of the most ''' ,
the auditors lhe..eapUaI1DTeaUgat.- from' darft .
Taken : corrtd r',of'! a .section. of Kansas' Friday' morning certain' line.- therefore he *',
turned
tag committee at Har lsbul'&';,'Pa., Jno. loan, 1.. l., "Were 'aatoillahed''Thur... coal :mine where;'they had ,been Imprisoned Interesting letters' a box eobtafhlng 'wIth a temperature' 30degrees;: "[ ,Baptist .!,
,a tC'gold piece to.e ich of the 20 next: : -
,IL. Band 'AYCo,, :, rhlladelp1.Ja.were \ ; for over'100 hours the SiOw'alao'tell' In IEolion.'ot : ,
r"on pastor' sevenmen best. a )2 greenback to ea'Ch.o the';I,I' many\ He startled his bearers when V "
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paid.$117.258'for the furnishings'otthe rtenapaiifad'; '' ; : taken from 'the: BerwlndWhlte'mI118.No. ,lOG next best and .a. .81 'greenback tq Iowa and Missouri.! .declared ..that .the Methopist'ehurch.. < .,. :::, ;'j
house-caucus room'of the;'new ,.1 "and,'that :Miss. Floretta' ; 38 at"Fount well; ,Wpd aday. each of the 200( next best making.. ai-,It now 'stood ''''ls tainted with, 1t "
,capitol 'and $88. 43 for' th'e' Wlmley' 'ataQ had IBTt her, home aid are, lying': In the '
' furnishings ; \yindber hospital. cash\ ,prizes,'distributed I to' 325 per NO MORE CHEAP TICKETS. ., Catb l1clam. .. L
;l .of'the 'senate cauea 'room I ' had written: letters saying,, that'ib.. physically exhausted., sons., __._* ; ,......;.;...- The,/''dtrference, he .,
? said, was that
'The ,.mosttexpenslve'turplahingq, ind' would' married not,return.'The' Kev.; Mr..'Cooke The, hospital, physician:, stated. that Every friend of Postum Is'urged to Full',;Fare for'''Everybody, on' < ,Lin.e. "Catholic are ,consistent. .and ,.Methodist ' a
these rooms were +the"rostrums; fpr'which U a manHlq'; ( e Lett l home the men _would::able, tq be out in write,, and each letter'wllf be held in 'South of Potomac' and"""Oklo. are not." po -

Sandersom, '......*patcl $90.748.and some Umy'age'tad> returned to.Jier.father's as s; but would be' unable :ito high 'esteem by' th.'.eompany. ,as an Following the action' of the Interstate VarrUh.wins' formerly ot''':..
resume pastor
home on accou&t pf his at-. I 1 -evidence of such friendship, wblle"the
for which he paid U.080"to"the their' 'regular duties for. a" commerce commlaalon,, In declaring Methodist church-In New. but:
,.Orleans,
enl o1a to Mlss.Whaley', little boxes of gold and envelopes
4' ub-contractor who. supplied th< m. II week'or! more. ,of, money will reach many modest that here transpcrt&Uon. Imes .af- Is.now; pastor .of Glenn.\Street, Bap-' y ,''.
'
I _' wrlterswhoM and sensible letter ford'.reduced rate. on party' tickets, tin ,church. ,' Atlanta: -
plain .
/. GUATEMALA- SNUBS "MEXICO, :BAR9N "KUROKI, .ARRIVES.: .t DEMON it: ; '* contain .the 'tact desired al\ aa for -.,( xuple. 'tbeatrtcalba.eban : ' I' ,. .rr I., t

L_ A CRANKY ." but football and 'other amu.elpntorgit.nt"(, .
I *- though' the "sender 'm., have STRIKERS QIVINO! _:,TROU8L :. ;;
| Show, *.'Defiance and R.fu..a ,to Turn Noted .Jp;General Rvaches1 i Vlotorla small faith In 'winning at the. time .of nations," thesqt reduced rates must also' '* '.---:""-

K, | ) Over AlleasX 'Assassin.A .' t En Route t8'Jam.etewn.; *', Labor Fanatics In New 'Yo1c''Show8ympathJr ,writing, .. ,be'opeut tho 'seneral public railway .AdstateCensUbulary: ; ; Is-,invoked

c -City of Mexico,. ,specU' says:' General Daron': KuroM.: wearing a for ''Alleged .Mu..s.,....*.. 'Talky this"subject over- with your lines ,south ,of the, Potomac! 'and* Ohio' /' .>i't' lttsburo.Pai' _
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Guatemala:;' bps refused '.to.comply'. / : khaki uniform.-accopipaaled by a representatlve '& Two lone line"of imen .atad'women, friends, and; see .how, many among and east 'of tho Mississippi rirerstlldt : The, ..strike, of' .macblnf.18f,1\t. ''*e: {

'with the' request 'of the'Mexican .gov-, party; ,of Japanese militarymen probablyxJOOOo ot. them, trailed in' parade" yotr,,: can; win, .Jirl.... It Is' ;a' good' with+: th'ei'Interstate commerce eomml'I'iot >ltb1lur; ;, 1'';;.,dt8trlct'Is becomhig so-. l
la
honest and the
Lernaieat..that; Jose ;Maria 'Ll li ;and ;. ;arrlTed :>t Victoria.;' ;8.0. I ; through' the''etreeta'of'the'' .upper kind of competition a and costs..the ,comp best' !' Wednesday-! notice;effective'June.' !, rtouai.For; f-hej 'Srst!'time:'sine*'' the ,

, ,.Colonel Onofre'Boree. 'charged with) Wednesdayatternoon on the AkI Maruon and; lower east side In'New. York( absolu4elynothing cause :< 1 of rthe withdrawal of;' all' ,tells.>"nag' r *. 1t"UD"\ >'u.el. 'Poonsylvaniatha ",'

?'1 eompJfotty\ lai,4he| ::"assassination v ( ,of 'their'...war:' to"the' ,Jamestown,:exr Saturday, as a''dem natraUOO'jof,7thelr; ",competitor:'AddreaaJ'our'letter' vo the.Postum' duced'' .;party.. rates! ', :After: ; .that...'*...., '':aiti ..ihsry;'..ptI"otecUOll of
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1 (General Manuel LIsandroBari'lllas' " ,. be' position, 'They,1fftrfot8oattle'Thur.: ' sympathy, tor ,Moyer; 'IllywoodWd.Pettibone ; Cereal Co:; Ltd.;:Battle Cre 1t.: M1Ch..; theamueemegt'troupee' i ? ,,niuat, \par-'rag-', :' I <," org..stlonhae, been tnvnl iI. ,a

itradiud.; & '* day'mornings....[ # the officials',otlie'West.rnFeder.ion'otMlnerR. " writing your. :own.:nsrasana/ ...addressolearl I War ladlvldijal.''farev! r,' ;in"\l\ .-fcaoaatT.. . : ".

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,ve/---RD EyaI1 T J'JlID-y''. ....\ Jamestown'Exposition'

OMaN In'Valley' CazetVc Building. . c ',.. . Y

Y'. .. ,LITTLE JAKKIE HORNER :
. .u:.D.CEDLA COUNTY.y'LA' .

,.t .a- .. .*---_ .' _. I p.M 1 WAS STANDING ON THE CORNER,
.w.'''.,, HARRIS. !, Editor, ,..a 'Prop'r.nta tM" \Mt Mf M.N AND TECHNO VERY'B1-UE--
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DUSTER BROWN '
you SAID HE TO
_ .. ...... MUMP*from .nr author. I 1I "I'D LIKE'TO GET TO TOWN '
...........,muni IM hnwd by the writer.d cant

.. .....ears natter' .will- +-not. t.... ivturiMd ui>.la.__. 1Getting s"Hots TO' GET DLUERI'BBOH3HQE5 ME A PIER 'OP Via The Atlantic', Coast liRe:

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katerad.t th*...-.1. Kbnlnunm. Fta.:u Yt uReleu f.
S MoMd-clm. mail putt r.emSCPIPTION. 1 ; -'" ,
r ;1 a.nl+r ca
KATKfti: 'I'I I voot aMOLO sore- Trains'' Each With Through Pullman '
Daily Way
'....... .. ...... ......... .$1Ng ioC Two "
} ASaan.ennr.u' ........ the $} I.,. Ks J"J.
>-_-U B nll.On > ........ .... 60 Best Buffet Sleeping Cars.
_. math.... .................. It' 4 I. TPWDItp <
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Friday... May 10 Ip07. ( It pays to get the best, no, ... Season, 60 days and ISHays limit excursion tickets on sale daily. f

Ii .'matter what. you buy, and es-, 0 i.o + from April 19th'to November 30th, at low rates. Coach' excursion. )

Our Moral Atmosphere. pecially this :true .when it ,, f I It very low'rates.' For further Infcrmation' see ticket agent or commu- IIt I

s While the Valley Gazette has never nicatewith. .
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d posed as a radical reformer nor to .
,n t aiought ''to. create a '..sentiment that applies I1Iay J, w: CARR, T1. !'. A. , J. O. KIUKLAMD, D.,, P. A. "
l' would curtail the liberties of our people GWraaxr.rra.r ms swvssustssj TAMPA, i FLORIDA. .
a s to a degree where it would become, Corn Oats Etc. TC,. WHITE, 0. r<: A. ..W. J. CRAIG, P.T. M,.
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burdensome and oppressive* there are '.' WILMINGTON, N. C.wv .
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"* certain conditions now existing In our (

own wblch have about reached the __ ___ rr __ _... ._ ____.__ '_'_ '.______ I
{ limit and to. which we feel Jmbllo attention The amount of work you get -
should be called.Within or */ %' 4 Co near corporate) limits of our fair out of yourstock depends For Sale by ,

town there dwell a number of women largely upon what you feed i J C. A. CAtSOM,Fr..,.*.'. N.-C.. BBYAN, Secretary.
* of questionable reputation, who are ..
I becoming entirely too. numerous and them) And their health depends THE 1
bold for the welfare of the morals ofoar "1a
,OU,... Every afternoon and upon the quality. When you H. C. STANFORD.

I' evening mingling, with they our' parade wives, our sisters streets and, make .another purchase, try us, I 1'-.Waters- & Carson Grocery Co.

b :mothers, and, by their actions and .
r' demeanor, Advertise their vocationsin i i'GROC'ERIES j jJ
E.D.HOGAN w -- -wa.l.at..d Mtdl D sl rsl -
the boldest manner. These women w

,,4 questionable are also< frequent resorts visitors In our of certain"o"n.! or__ .. ..' . -- .. -- ,. $ I
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which go hand in hand with them towards .,

and debauching the lowering our of citizenship.public morals* rTHEKissimmcc BUDDED TREES !' i .I -

That thests conditions exist Is an COUNTY AGENTS fOH .
open secret, and is <*onimented On by Drug Co. i -
our citizens on the streets every day. Islesworth Nurseries.t : A Y I I CRATES
p In the name of the good, pure women I celebrated Fertilizers I .s
of KUsimmee who, are striving to Instill GRAIN )
the principles of morality and ---- ETC.

tx virtue into their sons and daughters,,, WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. ''UA&I & .CO., I'i oi'xlesoxs J. W. llpAHD, AGENT .:..-. Cli-cnUrf/and prlcF .. I' ,
s shall these conditions. continue to ,. 9 .r.1.... ea Application. ..-

;k,, exist? \ We will have ready for next Fall and Winter P'1antlnlr'a general .j .PUI.
---- - "VVe carry' the largest and assortment of Oracle and Grapefruit Trees of all leading. varie- i

,A Lugubrious Howl. : most varied stock of our. linen ties. Our trees are budded on Rood, healthy rough Lemon and % :HIDES ; FURS "WOOL | .
_ Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from insects pants of any kind. ,
Senator Humphries.. Introduced ; town. ,. All budded,from bearing trees in out: groves and therefore true U> i _11 i _>i _-_ __________ __ > ---
a resolution to amend the constitution We carry none abut the name. Our facilities for growing nursery slock' are second to Produce: :5IpeO.11Y. ;, :r--
of the State, so its to- prohibit the freshest and of none and our trees are as fine as money And twenty year'a experience Coixaatry, : a, vSl: : I Osa
A q'', manufacture and sale of Intoxicating purest drugs can produce.Ve are m.klng a specialty this season of the i'
Aft
' at all times. famous California Valencia Late which Is destined become the
liquors.Thereupon to
+ wwwH%% %yV V% % VVVVVVVV% VVVVVVVVVVV> Q. >
s ,the Chamber of Commerce greatest money-maker in Florida." Our Valencia, buds come di

t. in Tampa' has reared back on Your prescriptions are filled reel from the best bearing trees In the district now famous for producing '. ,- ---' .... .., _.. --.. ....-...- ..,-- .. . -
tt 'Its. dew-claws and emitted. a lugubrious by a Graduate in Pharmacy the best Valencia In California. !i
bowl. besides five years actual ex-. :: _
The said Chamber of Commerce perience. Write for.Prices to J. W. HOARD. Gotha. Fla.. or call and see our Nurseries

A' bowls forth that, ,, at Waco on Florida Midland. R. R. ., :
The resolution Is bad, Doesn't this ,mean something 8tnoda
Detrimental. the,.prosperity. \ .of ? '. ,.1 a 11-.
Tampa, It N1. bN'YNMiNN Tw.dlwas..,
Prohibition Is'. failure We carry sufficient help to .. a I 91aw
d And ill-advised. interference with'a deliver;'your packages withina : rl. .s D IAMONDA AN6t. -
present satisfactory plan., South Stables. j ,
A. Matt" DeN '''used, to say 'precisely few moments after the pur- Sunny e!!'!!'!'

precisely. %o." If prohibition chase. This is not idle U. !
.Is a failure why is the Tampa Chamber boasting, but we want 'your' i SHOES .f

of Commerce' oared out" ''of its business and we know we INGRAM & GILBERT Proprietors. or
boots i
.The assertion that the resolution- is can please, ... NNMMNMYNNNN.. : For the Girl 1:1Jc :
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j' bad la not borne out by the-reaults a I i
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''obtained. in the 33 dry counties of ------ r if
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..this Stats.Aa . : it LIVERY.SALEund BOARDING s To look. w.U..d.wear..u.. oI" "
to the resolution being detriment : aR0AD1Ij -that's tin sloe problem us a .
also the interest of Tampa, we do Klssimmec. Drug Co. .. :: .J J $ nut-ckcll especially for cl 1dna. Wt.Thl
not believe it, but it Tampa's, pro.- w... $' Diamond Brand'sloes are mad. _
a
periL is built upon nothing more substantial .KUsimmee Fls.w I" ;;ock-
t f than a jug'of whUkey, -then. Well equipped with.New and Vehicles and i / ,witt a. tnorbuflt kaowlsdtfs of ',.:,;
1', let her go Gallagher. prepared to meet all demamis with Perfect Satis tnese important requirements. I
But gentlemen of the Florida legislature ........ .. faction. . '. TLey are mads to withstand hardthe :.: : uer
: ;' pass Humphries'resolution and i i Mla
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t; ...- knocks of optrdoor '
chance A'ni
< and they will open the 4 I + .srvsc. thst's required of tLtm. ,.
Winded eyes of Tampa's,Chamber ol i. da ly. They... ttyluk; neat Mr,
t' Qomiperce.-.. -JaBper New.;. Ini .matlonal'HarveSt r. Co. a HEAVY HAULING ..A SPECIALTY. ; . f and shapely. Insist on Diamond .": <,': aye

'I' .iGta4aVWVN "' ''' '''''''''' .. . Brand and lad t eer.
for yourself.
Announcement. Gasoline Engines. out ,' "' Mi.

t The Valley Gazette,and the Florida TRYAN THEA DCMER IF YOURS HASNT THEM ; spent
C Agriculturist have made a club rate 'The'Best on 'the Market. ':We' ,. AKERSWE relatl
''of S1.75 per year for' ,.both papers. will make close Engines Mrs
you .prices on h
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The Valley Gaxette has all the State 'S'O'SC.EOL daughr
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.std county news and the agriculturist and Pumps in running -order : :: LakelMr

is the 'best. agricultural paper forfarmers on your farm. HAKE MORE F1NE5HO'AtiY.OTHER THAN
t and fruit, growers 'in our
8..... ' [. HOUSE ''vWt3T -.w Meadewho
Mr. Ch...:, B. Hnlett;State agent for Van ?HAR1VI C-Y N TH hy
w.'L I: Dnzof &. Co. } 8
Agriculturist, will call onyou in ,. t' It, ,
behalf of both papers and'is author .. 'p away i
bed to collect for any old or new sub shape,
'erlptlons$ for the'Valley Gaxette. --nr; '-=--,- -- =',= S; THE I I Don't forget us when jn 81 ,d
This Is one of the best opportunities Chime
to secure two good papers' at a
r LEADING need of Anything sor., ct
low -price.' Sample papers will be "I '
., -a. on application.' for the Valley W., U W IN N, Jr DIRECT FROM :OUR DISTILLERY' Mrs
r1 Gazette sddress'this' office and. forUM DRUGSTORE in the Drug 02581
Pf T.rcIAN A.D S V aOLOW.aru.r.a "
Agriculturist, Jacksonville.Fla.. ; .. rev
it '.or Box 888. Orlando.' ." S.
i Subscribe for the Valley Gazette Line. '

'I.I std the Florid' Agriculturist,, *both .-sa. a..oo.m..r.ls I .. 1 WILLOW, iDALEWHI'SKEY' 'NewLandd
;papers for tl.75 : a .a..r. uverarber
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.., The' Bones of Tom Tiger. 2' Bottle .01 "ft6r li 6" FREE to Everu Customer. Mr,

According to a letter from'JohoT C. DR J. W, 8IMRSON own
Jones, of Orlando, to,J. M. Wlllson '
4t Jr., of Kissimmee,' published in the DENTIST. I. nt0of
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-of the lamented Tom Tiger have been ..Office over Oaoeola Pharmacy. .,;' : .tdr'tF'Yr'Yr ..,Ac GuldOnto.
.. Mtorwd w. Florida by John T. Flourt I 9 a": BO.' 12 m.:;' w .
a who stole'them awar. from. their JTFICK HOURS: j f 1:30 to b:3 n:m. PHONEINO.!; ., B': Mil.
retting. t place. Telephone No. 78 'Jun 6. lrr 4
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4 friends, the noble Seminoles. peace I f1in 1 4. tlf.985 Suspend r
will once. again settle<< 9"erbe ,Ever- t I ;
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at least until the <'ditching ; aFinetile.

a" n. .dredge....1HM>plat appear/: on' the, be scene a heap and then, ,T. 'M. .RIYERS.'M.'U- .Pbyalclssi; :; asid. Seirgeost.OflceIDVanDitzorButidiog. .. 1 : < . : . Qrs., PRf[PAiD q Dr
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iT1 done. . Send ns (2.85 and we wfil ship:yon in a plda !'; Miss,
'snalplng But about those bones How, are : ; l' Fancy Family Groceries: : 1t 'a.e.with no marks to show contents, our.foir of Bra

... to know they are, the same Tom Faowais-Onlc.4 iVs- ..R..la.s.e. 83. quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE. express prep.id log thelweek.
A Tiger's frame? .For all we know Fresh try: it and If :yon don't find it all righted ..q a till .,
they s5.ns.es >' Meats.
t' snsy be the peaceful .remains of some ; !' s ; :1 bat :JOG evvu tut send it back to ns at our ex.ad attend I
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;w Orlando yoar pnMDpt17 refnnd.d.m' .
nbstituted paleface.- '
.Repor Deli[ 'n. ai'any Hour. aer-S.... I, Efery, 'P.LI'9D" SolieiWd.ac ., :. a :, 011bertThe'
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S17.O8 Rlctasncsjd, Va....d l et"'ra DR.'L.ESLEY. W.'WEEDON.SPICIALSBT . ciftast ..> .AuA..A.,........e.cA.i ers front and us avoid yon save all chance the enormous: of adulteration.profits of the You deU-' rvloetundy?

Via Atlantic .Coast'.Line.. Lowest ? .. I sure of getting;our whisker just as it conies from are .
>,*te of the Season.Tickets .+ '.r[. KAR, NOR AND TNROAT, ;_ ;: dlstSlery. without being{tampered with IA any I{: n ''anteninp
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on sale May 20th to 38thln- .. .
t, :'f 1. (lusive. Final-limit June llth. Extension > !'rt.ate. .eiu.al. American.:: lationalhank R..,u...HARRIS, M. D., # ., j. B.. MC KWAM. \ you prefer CIOI'tI whiskey we win MUd : 'clock.
to July 4It.b be bad Fla. boor full quartaofourALIoAN r
may by depositing : Tampa,. ; .1..CUIR..CO. Queen
r ticket with' special agent ,at .. HARRIS' SANITORIUM. WHISK ........: _prepcdd.." Yoacss't, '
Richmond or Norfolk and' psylnc--faooffiOoenu. I I a better. corn wli.key, I frOua anybody elM : .
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:sBonored from Morfollr.' ,DR..'OIIAB-r'O.. ORR; '. Our gaaraatee of perfect aatt.facUoa or money myroaamuyae
"' For information call on nearest At- '. Privat*JnsUtutioa:built' and equipped with all modern I$ refundedgoa witbevery IhIpmentW.mab. Y .
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conveniences Surgical and ow
l' 'J. .G KISKIwWD.. D.P..A., work the. care ej4'tratmentof I ,,01 oar company have resource 01 ns 4 Mr.d .
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1 Line VallcuGaietteTELEPMONt I I White Star Laundry-City Bakery.. 1 All colors narrow, velvet Ribbon at Next week -Wade. the tuner .at .J. ]d.. WillsOn, Jr., went to Orlando PRCUII COURT PROCEtPfNGS. : w
: Kisslmmce. . New'Idea Pa..terD.Jq II.K. C, Stanford Co.. The Inn., to attend a'meeting''' 'of thenight _
cents at''
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11.1 Templar, of which lodge ,-tie .
NO. 11. C. Stanford Co. y* >For S ls.-A.horM', and, carriage. Mr. Hiram Platt, of Melbourne, has I' a me n: ber. Sever' '. nG.i o .ci J.ry ForKeeplsf ft
A, Bearden residence. been In this week. his .
The Apply to : town greeting I
i agent for the -,
City Bakery
.. many old Osoeola friends EoalDeer"lra Bass and daughter, / BH.dTlgera.Circuit .
White Star Laundry-the best in the Phooe your' wants we do ,the 'running .* Flossie. left this morning for Court '
.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY State., 0 .. Mr. J. :Z..Roberson'bas been having .- Augustine, where the la......., will met at IQs.. m. Monday ? :!

Mr.-J. K.. Singletary.who has been, KISSIMMER DRUQ COMPANY:;.. his residence improved by the addition enter the Catholic convent school. there being present John C. ;
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w. .:'tiAPtlRle.OPPIOIAL . attending school at Ashsvllle N. C., A' neat Iron fence has been erected. of double. y. aoda..' y, 'Patronize borne Industry bgetting Jones State. attorney, J. M. Want. .
has arrived in town to spend vacation sheriff; and JB.; L, : !olerk. "
in front of the residence of llepresenstir. Do6Llghtaey' ha been in town this your bottled soda from the home factory. Lesley,
: '1' here with his brother, G, T. Single- .* Call 126 and order Pending t.h..h-l1al.of .
A.' E. Donegan this week. week mingling with his friends,'who up Jour Judge 14IDOI'v.'! ,
wI ATM. [R,IItPOItt. tary.Born are always glad to see.him. will be properly filled.11th" S. -oon. court took: a recess ,pi116 ; r:.
: ,ATT*es _l imalnn fm .e.k ....... TtmnJW. on Tuesday, May 2d, to Mr. George Hatcher who ha* been I. .J. A. LANCASTER. m. Court 'Fe4onyened'at: f'. : I
c1Q. *... I. ... and Mrs. L. W Johns, twins-a son spending a few days here at the home I Rev W..A..Myers: will fill hi."lfulAl' : Mr. fi IIm. ,
Married at the"residence, of and
his appointment at the Methodistchurches took a recess. till .9 a. m-.Tuesr, ,1
and daucbter.r-Lakeland News. Mrs. of uncle, Judge W. II. Johnston Wm. Oobfet ron' Wednesday ''eyenlng ' : .
lUs. Mia: Johns Is a daughter of our fellow citizen returned to bis home in Tampa Wed. I . u.u..llled 0I Sunday. 1..D.a D.rbel'aDelMII. VIol.Pe...... tsar 'I .1 ,

., falL U. C. Partin, who Is duly elated nesday. I Where Go-Fly gbes'fllest will not son.. The ceremony was performedby Court then, proceeded'to draw the: 'u
; - over the above news and receiving The Street Committee have arranged go. Use it on your horses and cattle D. N. Floyd notary public. grand Jury, and organise.' R.' D:'. 't+

M congratulations; from his friends.Dwellinge wl..hb.. Commissioner tor the Z5 and.50 cents,. sold. by ,Kissimmee Gulce' -was. elected the' .
". P.4.L ee' 7W 1..1 I! Drug Co. 19-4t Dr.. Simmon's and family'are again foreman'of : ., ..
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B..da SO ell for rent, apply to M.Tiller. use of the county road machine next In town visiting his sister, Mrs. L. H. Brand jury, ,- .%_;a-- +'

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: the street which now runs from Broadway ,
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the Mr. Jl. T.
given bowling alley,
1M up pleased with Florida that he has decided
w.-IaF.... "" ,0 Rev; W. A. Mytrs went down to to the railroad south of'the hotel / fraudulently changing ,narks and .i i,.P
1" I Butler ..h.o.De. took: charge !again .
n........ ,....+-I.}.. tI 2Q Bartow Tuesday to attend meeting Kissimmee lot. ; [ to remain In the Stat per * .
brands
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of the District Conference of the Methodist tart Monday., lt manently and .will practice his profession wa' coat. ued. o)

'Church which Is In session' Nr: Cha.. Parnsworth, who is now Mr. S. L Loc}.- of 'Macon, Ga., at Arcadia. Messrs.. G. .F... Krlbbs and J. L. '9
-- there this weeK.' Mr. Myers was appointed with. a large lumber concern af f< ieD- arrived last week,to accent a positionas 'Having purchased:>> the Kissimmee Moon were examined 'and licensed' to'** ."
by the Presiding Elder to : Bold wa here the early part of "be.eek clerk io '''Roberson's '
1 prescription law 'I
Bottling.Works .1 'am prepared topromptly practice In the State of Florida.; :
1I preach the "opening,, sermon of the visiting'his family' ,' who are Pharmacy, : bottled soft, drink "
.. supply The,
following
I: : Conference spending1 some time herewith Mr. and "" presentment t&,%
., 120 and will f
LA.dlea"Clllb Phone your order receive .
t'l < The Married enter *
THE LOCAL-FIELD. Mrs. G. T. Slngletary.; been made by the grand jury:
See Embroideries and Insertions. .at ...Ioec1a.h.lr. husbands at a. Bowling prompt-attention.. : .
H. C. Stanford Co. W.nted.-A. girl to'nurse and ;look ,BuUer's alleys last Friday .11-If. J. A. Lancaster.Yesterd Morgan: Bais'ckrryloq' on the bns1.jJ, v. {

News was' received 'here :'by"'friends .after: babyApply: same Inn. evening. Bowling is teooming1 quite. .,'.Tampa Trtbuneoontata- ness ';of a liquor .dealerin, a *' .. .
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a few days ago announcing' the deathof Another floe rain visited'this" section .ponular with the ladle.' ed the information that Prof. R. M. couaty.1, A true bill .

.,iseuon i ;DAMN'S., Mrs. mother 'of III.... F. O. last Friday night, which had a Prof. Kirton, assistant principal of !;!;tans had been elected assistant v H. W..Weaver, carrying on h'baa: ;
tberuner Thomasoo. which occurred. at her most exhilarating effect on both the the 0II0e01.Wjtb School has resigned principal of' the HUlsboro County loess of a' liquor d..I.rrcl7, y: .
Wade;. .- Orlando.. home In Alabama, a few days ago' animal and vegetable kingdom The bis position, and went to Tampalast High School. After seeing the noticewe county. A true-kill., 0 f
Mrs. Eloe was well known in Kissim grassland vegetables are now growingat week to accept. a position In the posh looked Prof. Evans up, and were Walter.. Terr. ,*raod laroMur.;... X: .
'k Thirteenth. eighteenthWade, the meet, baying visited her daughter. several a lively rate and cattle are beginning office In that city.., gratified to .receive', the'.following true bill... -> v... .i,......J,i
Y *'* show the effects, .... .t.t.eIDeD"rolD him "You can cat.. 0l'-J.-IM.'
uner, will tune', times during her residence here. to beneficjal, .t sayla ,
and made friends who will learn already If any one wants medicine that will your paper that I have not apolled = - J- :: <

Miss. Rosa Tress visited friends inLando with regret' many of her demise. cure hog cholera and all other stock. : fcr, authorized my 'name, to be ., .. .,4'1, 'IIj :'.
: A beautiful line of White. ShirtWaists ,
Sunday. and Chicken diseases,'apply to. used bj any one else In connection, court said ..... ,
spent Fresh stock garden and Hover.' seedat at II. C. Stanfordo / MRS, W. A. PBaaoorr.Kissimmee with the prlncipalship of the Hlllsboro Dumber'were related to < r
Croft Bass of Orlando aday ***
Mr. here .. court this the Kissimmee Drug Co. Dr. J. Earnest' Gilmore ha resigned' Fla. High School If I have bean elected or Thomas having only eleven grand

-reek.or two attending' Mr. 'Robe.. Donegan, as agent forGeo. his position as prescriptionclerk Mrs. J. L. Moon leaves ''today for to this position .1' was without my Jurors qualified to act In .the case,
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Miss Cella Goodman, of Orlando week the entire holdings of D. W, I. accept a more lucrative one a* m.n-I d.lejt.tArlrolD: the local Society to aV.> appreciate the gratuitous honor.I I grand Jury not te consider t.b18. case Jt ;"\'
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; spent Sunday here with, .friend Sumner Including hogs, cattle. and ager of a large 'pharmacy at-. : tend theState Convention of the shall most certainly decline to accept but leave It over for,the ,next, grand '
...Iat."... 100 acres of land in the Lanler settle bridge Oa., and will leave D..IB-I I Woman's Home'' Missionary Society position.". This will be good news 'Jury_ A petition.was then offered .by ill' 9.Sullivan

Mrs. H.'M. 'Pfann' Is' visiting her ment.'' This gives Mr. Hopkins about new position as soon as bis f>f the M. 1:..Cburch.. to the patrons of'' the Osceola High through his attorneys, Beggs
of finest be-filled by his employers.See' School who so far as we know, are a .t Palmer and W. J
daughter Mrs. W;, J. Waring, InfLakeland. 100,000 acres the pasturelands : present Sears praying, )
Mr. and Mr.:'D.'M Klr'kbrldll8. who unit In desiring tbe retention Prof. '
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*. in the State, all in one continuous those Matchless the court to fix bail and release him: t
:; American have been spending several months Evans as principal of that Institution; from
r body and under fence Mr. Sumner I Custody The, petitionwas- _
. Mr G. W; Best went down to Fort has purchased property near Bovett Beauty Corsets. af H. Stanford' Co. here,with their daughterMrs.:' W. L-. and the position will without doubt be granted by the court and ball fixed ba .

|Meads Saturday to visit his. daughter In the Alafia river section, and is The Woman's.Home Mission Societyof Winn, left yesterday for. their home tendered him at the next meeting e f the sum of five tbdusanadollar.wb$ '

|who lives at tbat place moving his family there this week. : the Methodist' church held'a very in Dayton. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs: Kirk. the.. School Board .' was given by Sullivan 'and he was
Tea at. the home of Mr. J.; IL bride were well pleased with' Kissim released.
t If ''you have 'anv, laundry to good send Smoke Key West Havana, the best : Moon pleasant on Tuesday evening J.... Avery mee and will probably return next ." Pla.o T...... MS* bills ware returned 'against. ., W". 13

shape,and' phone the City Bakery*. 60 cigar on.the market.Mr. IntertestlnR: program, consistingof winter.J. ,During ..week May '13 to 18. -Wade, Nlo Regero and D. Rotundo charging, ':. '.

: M. O.: Waring.this week sold music and recitations, was tendered M. WllUon, Jr., reports"the 'saleof the Tuner. will work in ..Kissimmee. them with engaging the business of
i Try the new barber shop. Everything his City Mat Market to W.. P,' PU- and refreshment were served. A the L. C. Drlggs cottage on Main PJease,.end orders to The Inn. liquor dealers In a dry county,. .There al ."
sew and \1pt.ocIate.cSh..p. razors lans :& .Co., who 'will conduct- the free will offering for the benefit of the Street to John Wright", who will occupy i Rat.*.for tuning, five dollars.- have also"' been three other parties "
| ,..clean towels. :! ; first-class service.Mr. same, having secured the servjoes of home missions 'was taken.) the property at once. Mr. Wright '. indicted on this'charge,. but. arrests; "'' w

..'Geo. W. Beat returned to herms Mr.. L. C.:Cox. ,of Orlando*w o ,bas 'Co-Fly keeps 'file* off horse i and buying a home and .moving here after Mrs. CaldvrdJ's,, Musical.: have not yet been made: '. ,k
at.Narooo..la... Saturday afa the 'reputation of, being one of the cattle2& and 60 cent, sold by Kis. hunting for several years for.the No cases have yet been tried* ......
_._' week's.visit,here with, 104.... W. best meat cutters |Js the'State.,' "Mr. .lmmee'Drllg Co. 19-.' ideal climate Is a feather in" Klsslm- Owing to the Inclement weather, the State Attorney having' been -engaged
I. S. W.rlllll."bo established an enviable mee's hat and we are glad to welcome musical which,was to have been given with the Grand Jury all the week., ;
v Cany reputation. as a first-class business Marriage licenses were Issued this Mr. and Mrs.Wright into Kissimmee by Mrs. Caldwell's class at. her residence ., Among the' visitingattorneys ,are -I
New barber shop at Patriot's( old ,. man, Is not yet prepared' to week County Judge W. R. Johnston society and we trust that last Friday evening, wa ..post >:Hall Brumsey. of DeI..aLdl. Judge
Stand. Servio by a tonsorial artistouversant make his' plans publlo, but, will engage to Dan Barber and Miss Viola their friends in other States will follow pond until Monday evening, ."h.D'quls.e W. R. Carter, of Tampa,,.W..L. Palmer
:with all.the latest. fads. Inarberlng In another line'of business In Peterson and Albertus Arnold and their good example and move a large gathering Invited ,:Orlando.. '

; this city at any early date.-Lakeland Miss Doth. Alice'.hompson.; The bere'J, friends and parents. of the pupils. were -- ,-- -- -. .. {'
( Mr,.and Mr> E., 'L' 'Burnham- .'cams 'N.. ...' '" latter couple who live\ 'In'the ;Wblt.1 Last Friday evening a Jolly crowdof presenC* "- - w'' De Yoti LAY ;y
Sown from Orlando Saturday and Dorothy Dodd shoes for tier settlement, came to town and were i Quite lengthy program was rendered baby 1 T ''
You wonder
I Remember, united in marriage by J. F.Williams, young people met at the hospitableborne and the patrons'expressed themselves your he .
nt oat to Jvarooosee to spend some ladles,'at.DAMN'S. Esquirewbe is here attending Circuit' of Dr. ),1.:1. Ulck at the invitation highly pleased with the cries.;: Buy; a bottle of White's Cream
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their at that place.:, r. Vermtfuge'and, n.
won. ffrpve 'On Tuesday evening, Mrl :John' ''. Court. of Miss Grace Jolly. On account made by the pupils.' be, will"et'cr7;
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Most '
rBeipW.Ated4F.mllr of.tbe Inclement. weather babies hay. worms 'and' the''
artwhbeaohLadlei'IIome many ,
Seymour of this city was married'taMrs. At the conclusion .of the rprolll'aProt. ,
DAMJ ; McDonald. to raise Poultry I. were detained at home. Those who mothers don't know,1 .White's Cream ,,
Journal pattern : .A': Jennie. ., at, the' borne inside .Meade RM. Evans was called on by '
Fort chare rids
Vermifuge '
i on did &attend' .however spent a very the ebield of worms \ ,
tbe latter at Narania number of Mrs. Caldwelt and made a short; but
MIaium. Dale,one of the.oounty'smost of Write 2520. Capitol, Indianapolis, enjoyable 'evening and : :were the and cleans out its system in a" pleasant ..
friends parties speech pleasuresand
of being on
theictntractlng, Appropriate
.meten".Dd popular''' teachers, Indiana.At .
entertained with music, vocal and way; Every mother should ; keep
fief* Sunday for ,Gulf port. Ml*.. to present and showering' good-rwishes,'... the term of *the"Circuit': Instrumental, by Misses Mary Carson .. Importance eta musical education.. a bottle of this medicine In the boose. V
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of monvLswItn friends. ceremony "I}, With
r |spend .couple 'and Grace Jollev. During the Itj-fear I need never enter her
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: Court. being held Judge' ?
nev. S. W. by
preformed P1 Lawler > .-for Sale.' '
_., .Fine line of watches ;at the 'Klsslm-; presiding elder Of this dlftrfot" 'of, the Q. F. 'Krlbb was ''admitted 0D81.1 evening delightful refreshments were" mind son's Price 260. .Sold, by' Rober- +e'

[nee Drug Co.." M"\"! Southern M.' E, "Church. Mr., '-andMr practice of'' Saw''. in this county, on served.i Seven..rooms,two-story dwelling;(' Pbarmaov., , . .

I Misses. Beatrice and Beulah Knight! *. Seymour came to the city yeater- motion of Judge Carter' and F. A. Messrs. Will .lId'OIoe Johnston- flowing well nice shade trees, 3 acres '
!.of BraLdentownwbo-have been visit- day and left last. night for Key West Vans Agnew, Esq.i Mr. Krlbbs was a went down to Tampa Saturday where land set In orange trees, stable and ''Jfo .Ceavasatwc{ .i i'Wade .

ling their uncle, J. JrKeen, for'some where M....- Seymour goes to attend practicing attorney In Pennsylvania they purchased a double seated r Cadillac carriage house; near tbe.lake. ; fine is'not a doorbell ringer-: Irk, "
weeks, left Tuesday for Jamestown. to, the quarterly conference of the Method. before'coming to Florida in 1896. 'He automobile and brought It borne View.' Price C2,2BO; terms. does not 'have time to .cao.....-
I attend 1-he Exposition.? fat Church.'' On their return they will was elected and served two. termsin with them.' On the homeward Journey Fifteen acres, five room cottage fur.qlsbed Pleas mall or phone your orders.,to
reside: In: MlamlL,: Miami Metropolis.Get Congress as a Democrat from the 28th they were accompanied ,by Oeorjt.BalChel' ; good neighborhood; at. rail The. Ion'if. you wish his .....ICIM.' 4a
Have your louse, papered,< Goo the'Kls- district of Pennsylvania. A Democrat and Kverett Bass, and bad road station, t.bree.mU..; from ,t.owo. ". \ .
!', Gilbert will give you satisfaction. your'school supplies at elected to any public' office inPennsyiraalan'1 Prloet WCO; terms'' , : -
slmmee Drug Coo fall Iloe;*o(7.tablets quite ..De".Dt.llIl'rlp.- arrivingat ; I now have my peW bowingworks
lots fronts at
be,sucha bad Seven large' pn '}Sake. !
David D. Kldd will hold ,
sandhills about fifteen
The Rev. pencils or twenty Installed' bind
.1..teI. oen etc.-. ;, fellow.'Ladlea'Home'Jotirnal'. v $75 each Y ''am ready to fill all r
services In the Episcopal Church on mile from town late..Saturday evening . 0 .'j orders for- first class>aoda'water..: s
Mr. T. Ml'Lybasq: purchased from )(."WIIJ aoN. JR.
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next. Morning Prater, Sernon '' do they lost thelr'-wy, and after '
Sunday patterns My Is all
.. machinery. n<*w and I cant'
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101. Sewell and Smith this.'weekthe
Commualoo at, 10:30. around for time .
and Holy not waste material. 'At DAMN'S. running some, tryingto furnish, better'goods than ever before. '
'4 Cad all Ic automobile; and Mr.'Lybass Death of Mrs.,, Mary B. Morgan.
JJtenlng Prayer and Sermon at o get their bearings the gasollbe; in Give m* a.trial::. CHAs.iB.aga.>
'clock -a- i/i. ,'r'- in turn sold the machlbe-- to jMr.E. ''A negro by the name of Williamswas the auto gave out and they bad to I r -,
E. Skipper the well known cattle up before his honor Mayor. Murphy star in the woods all .night. Sunday Died at Taliahass,'. 'Iorlda, May .
"Queen' Quality Shoes-, all.styles, at, mac and postmasterat'' Bartow.. Mr; ;Wednesday morning charged with morning however, they got Into telephone 4th. 1907.1 Mary B. )101'<<.0,_". of ,Florshelm's tt5'Patest,Otorde are +
01 O,. Stanford Co. VMr Skipper started off In, >his machine beating his wife. The negro plead connection with town and informed Isaac Morgan, in the seventy-third the correct \h\ni" to style, comfort,' f" ,," ,
Bat Beir' and bride ; of" Naw.Jmyrna. yesterday for his cattle-, pas ure near I IKllllauoee. guilty", but said In extenuation that Judge Johnston of their fre1dloament rear of her age. The funeral !was etc. Found' ;at, H. 'O.F Stanford Co.,.. aS

.. who bad been -vUltlng. lb.ti' and will then go on to hi* : be' only slapped her twice. The when be secured a team and held from the residence of her son-in- only. *' t- L-Z---r -__ .,
lamll"' 01 Mr. ;J.O. Griffin returned home in Bartow.. No doubt.. an automobile Mayor was of the 'opinion that. any went to their relief with la.five galloncan law, R..E. Rose. In Tallahassee, on. -.- rr- V) ,I 1.'
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looms last week. The marriage of Mr, on the South".Floridacattle;: man who would slap his wife ought to of gasoline whlcn brought them Sunday, May 6tb< at 4p..m.Mr..and.Mrs"Morgan.,- -Ms-Bertie'Johnson'11' now 'teach.! = +
and Mrs. .Bell was :quite a romantic pastures will prove quite -an Innovation be slapped In In Jail, and accordinglyslapped safely into town. came to Ing in Ute Bleb School, filling out tba $.. '
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f 11I8,' belnk .a Gretna Green affair, and Mr. Skipper' will make the sentence of 60 days or $30on _-- Florida from. ,Philadelphia, In ,1888,. unexpired term of Prof.' Klzt.or: ; :.r r:'ern ,
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,.st ,"fury'. of ,he""parental storm their .'..-.leI. when they see 'the big ,to slap up t.he'.Jblny.:. .Williams agricultural paper in >the State. and since which time they have resided in 'Capt Clay''Johbsbn returned to.Fort.. ",
Slch u.oal1lol1o"ID the wake of machine coma tearing. over the ..range.. npw"thinks clapping is not what, it is the.Valley Gazette for $1.76 per year Tallahassee with their daughter Mrs. Myers .sterday after: a brief fl H. ..v.here .. f
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- PEACE',SABS' ;BBPART; .WAR BIRDS GATHER. 1 I I MOYER-HAYWOOD HOWL MORE CASH NEEDED EXCHANGE, IS,. ENJOINED." I YoiR GRANDMOTHER, USED..4'ir4i1t IT. ,"5'


QI' Attorney for Men Accused of Murder Price Charg.a"1"hat Cotton la Classl- But She Never had Snlplinr In Such > '

of v.rnor',Steuenberg 'Isiues tied, by 'Improper Standard -Seller'' CooTcnlcnt Fcrin? as TJfIe. '
Tfielr Statement. fo Complete Buildings ,at 'I"rfvore" I
,
Jamestown ,: - ,,- ..4eu: |r.nuni(.lh r used Sulphur as her
did )her
Exposition. favorite IiousclioM! remedy and so
Clarence Darrovr of counsel for Upon application of Theodore II. gran&mclbcr. Sulphur has boon mring skin "

)Haywood, Aloyer'and.Pettibone of the Price Justice Blschbff at New Yor and blood -diieascs fur e: hundred years.

Western Federation of Miners who BOND ,1SSUE- IS PLANNED Thursday, granted a temporary injunction But la tbe oU days they had to take i V t

are charged with complicity lu the reslralnlojt the claslsflcatlon' comnultteo powdered 'suipher.ow IlsncocV's liquid
murder of former Governor Steunen- S Sulphur gives it to you in the belt posuble -i
of the'New York cotton exchange. the (fu'.l: benoQt.lIaa.cotVi .
berg, Issued a formal statement.: at form arid you get
:Sornpany Finds Itself-In Sore Straits from classifying, cotton by Liuld Sulphur end Oiplment ,
liaise( Idaho. Wednesday night. It ,
: 1 iJ was anticipated that the statement and Appeals to Government Without what| are alleged Improper: standards.I Quickly' cure li:, :cniil: '.'&:jicr, Salt' Hl'eum '

.', ,; ,,4Hw c: would be a tHrect' rellli to ..PresidentKooieveU'8 Success-Bonn's Amountto \I Coder! the order of Justice ischoXt. :and III Skin D.eulII. It cured an ugly

"undesirable citizen" letter the exchange Is enjoined from classifying ulcer for!,MM. Ann W. Wilelt.cf] WahipRton -
400000.
.., D. U., In three days.. :'
1 ii tw *roL but the statement U general and cotton by .samples') UraWn from Taken internally. It .purifies the blood -"

the references ,to (the 1 president! are to A Korfolk 'dispatch says: To complete -. 'bales so' long before the time of classification and clears the complexion. Your druggistsellf -'

: -_ former letters 6f the excuth'a. The as to enable tlieui-to becom it. :!
; In detail: the construction of th'.
: ttate'l1cut,111; part lit as'ollows, : ". bleached, from ClassIfying samples unless Sulphw, Booklet free if you write Hancock ,
"\v'o Jamestown exposition' and liquidate, the )Vale from whl li ,;
have been charged with killng v they were Liquid Sulphur Company, Baltimore.

ex-Governor Stcuuenberg with a all the floating' Indebtedness of the takencan be identified, unless', they tho-dlgnilled' rath <:'q
"Evea. man would ,
dynamite bomb;; 'Our trial, la't.o begin imposition, company, the..board: ot'dleclors are compared with proper grades, or ,
bend n J little than go broke.i .
I May 9.. Tbe details' Of. the assassination ,of the Jamestown fixpcslllon: without, affordlnK 3n opportunity. foromp'arlson er'- : -''

; : have' been published Company at a meeting late Saturday < with standards' ot every >II i A W mane' Back i :I

broadcast for tnore than a year. The Krade, or from .Jvi: ssl/ylng cotton, pains' by'wpakuo&UM I'r j
; Hat aches and ;.'cau od
many
evening, authorized the Issuance of ,
t the which Is unmerchantable ot
press i> country;, especially of uucause and falling,or other displace.SnOut. '
/ that section of'''' Idaho ..wbere'we $400,000 In bonds; the 500 acres of improved -' sand and dIrt '
will
of till> pel vlv organs. Other symptoms /-
'QNrtGf*ct sI._ ApiirowM%flO3iTIOM !be placed on trial, has .bitterly 'do. property.) Including /:/magnifl- .5 The order also requires the classlfl'cation of female 'weakness..are: frequent .

( S. ,i' y nounced us,, and the Western Federation ceu-f .permanent-buildings', .being offered committee of the 'exchange to lictulnclie: dir.zlncw, Imaginary pcrki or

S of Miners, to which we belong.' as security The matter of negotiating deliver- members of tlio exchange dark spots. (floating before the nyrai, gnawing I

:1 % 4.DraTt "We were' not In Idaho forearsbefore the bonds was left' with the .a set of the> type of 'standards'' used activation 'In stomach dragging, or '" \
bearing down In lower abdominal or" 'Ivlo
board of and 'Treasurer
the crime governors by it In certifying 'and classifyingcotton.
was committed. Under & resloii; disu re'ablq drains from j>olvlaferganafaint ,
", ''- by Cirtooni DeMar'for'the'' : liiladelplila! nl' nrd. the law we could not be' extradited Ueainan. ' -, KpHU with general woaknma.If .

S from Colorado. 'Jlut In spite of Washington Not Surprised. ilr., Price 'declared''In his petition any considerable number thoabovosymptoms -

SPECTACULAR MARINE PAGEANT OF ALL NATIONS AT NORFO, this, we were .arreatetJ on. perjured, Washington 81)l"Clasay." \ .! Announcement that the classifying- committee clauui- are present there Is no remedy

affidavit, charging tout Ire "were In 'that the" Janteetowtt Exposition fled samples which are 'not tagged nil t.h tw'hU1voquickerreiiCt0rftm0r0Pr. :
ma ent.n< than Dr. Plerco's FavoritePrekAvJ&vSJt
g
Idaho at tho time of Company find itself Impoverished as to identify tbe.,bale from which
thu-'comralssjion $ has a record of over forty
In Spotless::> Array tlncla Sam's'Great Armada .AYl ItO' 3 of'the crime; and that we Immediately before the exposition/ build- it was taken that the classification years of curtwV it_tv the, most, poUW\.

in Hampton Roads the :Foreign. ,guests of the fled from the state, and on this lugs and grounds are completed was is 4Dade by improper standards and thx.jc1ntinIftr1e2Lnhli.P"IIl, || IILTvinn -
received with surprise by ktinw, n fo TncMllcalsC-I, ,.._1'1". It irade
., Jamestown Ter-Centennlal Expositionr / perjured amdavlt the governors'- no government that the commIttee Is influenced by -
officials.Kroin of (ue jclycerlcexlrii;tTor itutlve m dlcl-
f':; ? orto11.r. Va, ,- American have. The British fleet! will consist of four Idaho and Colorado kidnaped us In the' time the comjiany. came \uudue pressure to produce an overctasslflcatlou nal, roots found In our forests and con- .

_ _ ::5 turned trom thoughts; of the International armed cruisers-the Good Hope.( Argyll ' .the. night l time, refused us' an interlew (La ", : In'favor of (he soiler. tame not a drop i o'alcohof l or harmful. of
to executive
,Pence'.Copferenca to'' tile roost , Hampshire and Roxbourg: 'un- 1 with family or a chance to appeal congress and the departments Ho asks thl1t.lie' injunction be mane Imblt-formluigr draR Its ln"rc
splendid international war spectacle der the command of a Roar-Admiral. to -he.courts and brought us on of the government with requests l'l'rnUiulnl. all i>rlntoer. anti at- .t
_
this country and probably the wbrld The German fleet' will consist of the a specUl! train a thousand miles from for appropriations there has Late Thursday\ night, Henry W. tl'"LNI nosier, oath as correct. .

It c hat ever seen.Exposition TIle Jamestown the'newt'st TerCentennIal tected armored cruiser crulsar:Bremen noon and the pro-the home and into a state and community been a tendency among- the government Taft, rtprospnilug the New York cotI I En.1ltgrMh"nt Prescription".hasthn ontrrlog written Into Favorite endorsement -- J'

world's fair, will be "a military nfl- command of a Commodore.under iiystenialically poisoned against us by people to refuse as far as possible ton exckanue, secured float Judgechoff lii*. of the most nmlnMit nunlloalTvrlUiT

val. marineand historic exhibition" The Austrian ships will consist of- newspapers! and ()mcl III.We- : liave_ all concern in the Jamestown ex a tuodlhcatiau of the temporary oY all the xevrral *clilti of practlce ,IJlIllIproI'Olai

according to the official atatemcnta. the armored cruiinr Sankt Qeorif and been In jail .fourteen months and defied .position. It was only tile last days injunction. Itvas rt-prfKented! to -m S History will lie, given Its duo at the the protectedcruiser. Aspern under ball while of the last session of congress that the Judge Ul&choff that the InJuncqu / t.fmfll\lnl"-thollgll, tholatter
Exposition well -As the orS the command constantly demanding< nm not larklnpr, havliifr IXH-II contrlbiittv -
as arta of a Commodore
who
r attempt to secure a substantial$
: peace, but the distinctive feature will 'will be promoted to be .a Rear-Ad a trial. Every effort lias been' made appropriation might Kcrlouoly Interfere ",lib current ] Vi'lutitarlly, by !rratfi l iiullctiu '

.5 j bo the sight of Hampton Heads-already miral. i, to teach the farmers business men was HUccevHfuU -. j I contracts1 to the" Injury of the meUl' In ntirrlwni: M Ni-d (Ito rndorscmpnts

a 'famous pavjil arena-alive The Brazilian fleet, tinder n Jlenr- and working men of. the .community : That the company was In sore berg of the exchange. Judge lil.schoff given to any other medicine rxtant for

with the- fighting craft of many nations Admiral consists of the battleship that we arc asasslns and outlaws. straits for money was. evident ten. accordingly modified llio Jnjuuctluo IIU Clue euro of 1\'QlI13n'IIIIIII,
: the shores glittering with sol' Rlachuelo, the cruiser Barroso and days before the expuiiltlou was for Von euiuirsnalTord to arcvpt any modIMnp
diers In friendly rendezvous. the !gun vessel Tamoyo. The Brazil "Our case Is about to be reached that it would not take effect l'OI1l1lu; of unliTiiinvn |>Hltlon JM u. mibstltuto,

,, .") "Tbe'remarkablet naval display is ian fleet will be the only foreign one and the president' of the United StatesIn mally opened. A meeting of the u hearing. 111'the matter 1Il lday. for tliiit writ |lroV"lf ronxvij or KNOWN

\q made possible by the tact that the containing a battleship. no way Interested, officially or board of directors of the carupauy was) (coMpoRtrio.t: ..,'.though the' dealer may

I Jamestown Etposltlon is the first' The Argentine': Republic will send otherwise sends two letters broadcast called..aud It was decided 'to postpone RECORD PRICE FOR CONVICTS.H malm a llltl mora profit, tb.-,,-by. Vtnir
great American fair held on a deep the training ship Presldente Sarmlon- the opeulng owing to the. lamentably tfrlA'N'st.ln. rmlnlnR lii-altliin) pnramouut
over the country chargjtog)\ us with ,to iwlf.iifc ituter.et / lilt and It Is
rater harborPractically all the.clv- to under the command of a comman unfinished condition of the any an
buildingeand
r ilized nations have accepted the Pres guilt and crime. TheBe-are republisn- Alabama Gets 5.u J5 Per Month Each Insult to 3-our'inLeiiIgonCo for hi IB to try

S. ident's Invitation to send sections of der.The. Japanese fleet. In command ofa ed'ln every paper in the land-- and especially ground This would subject the for I/S of Her Wards.. to palm alt irpon you a subxtltut You
S their navies. As the advances VIC -Admlral. will .Company to law suffs for damages .to kn.wn'hat want and It; labia ttitl-
.umpler: consist of the armored every; paper In -Idaho. The making of a contract for Ui:
the varying type's of fighting cruiser Trukuba and the conceBslonalrlos/ expense it was in neal to mipply the article caHr-rf for.
!
_ 5 craft from pro. "The governor of Colorado adds couvlsrts! at $45.23! each' per month, Dr. I'lorat's IIoa\ant Pi-lliH the
Bauer torpedo boats to the tected cruiser Chltoso. iko condition to stand even- It the exposition are .
k largest war vessel afloat will' pass It is noticeable that while Japsiv his words of spite and venom to thoseof which has been denied IIi the state 'ofAlabama original'"rattleUvcr, IMIM' lint pat up "
had lie l
.: through the harbor in endless procosi sends some pf her finest warships to the president and- says that we are to opened ill an unprepared sets a n'ow puce 'in the inal- by old Dr. I'lorce over forty jnrars ago

sion. The United SUle ""Governnient represent her navy and one of her not only guilty of (the' crime charged, state. ter of service on the part of the wards- much imitated hot never r>q ial will have an extensive : foremost l.letore..Lbe announcement by the augar-coutcd granules-easy: t. take a4The 5I
display, show generals-the Russian Government but many others. While, the prenlldnt. .' of, the omwonweaith.'wbilo It seyvesto .
Ing the evqlotlon of guns and fighting wlirnot be represents by a company that It .needs $320,000( } to 4'andy. '
I .'hirtfro'a.the".early days of the Na- single ship nor is it known that any ot Xhe United StaUand tb"governor complete- the "IlWJdlv.ca and'-grounds indicate th.e great demand for no- .
p ilon to it* present There will also pfllcer of her army will come here. of-Colorado are' sending out liabLe 1&1>01"' on Uie.iiurt of tho indue- Age Limit.

'Jbe a large encampment cf militia, The other foreign countries to be their statements, the Judge' of tais an attempt was made to. get help tries., of: the section. 'Tl o contract Vas President McCrea) of the P.nosylvanU -

t, ,jregular.,' army and foreign troops represented will be .France Italy. county has \brought scltlzew before from the United! States 'governBaent. with the Heudc.rll 'n.- oYd' Luml>tr Railroad has ctod *w1*;ely ,and,
'There are ,twenty-Jive Chile and Portugal. but the government WAs not be- won '
battleships
him for commendably 1n raising the 'age limit
j contempt on the charge that company at There
) Rlchburg. was one
: **hd cruiser In the line beaded by the Italy vrlll send two vessels in.c.qm- over to the plan and *the
bo tried' to influence the mlu.d'. comlanythen bid ot I amoiiiu at which men'may enter the employ
Connecticut just off the ,Government mand of a captain tile armored cruiser or a exactly the. same but I
r.J -f>ler Fortress "Monroe[ ,which trails Vareso and the protected cruiser prospective Juror bysaying that the AvoWed the plan of gerttlng out for JOa men instead at 175. of his' company tram: 35 to, 40( elu" ,.'

L +*way uP,the broad channel leading to Etrurla. Chile will send the protected state administrationwas trying to d bond issuer secured by the .landi. on The best contract! other than, this There was never a more senseless

.S Norfolk.: The Vessels are anchored cruiser,Mlnlatro Zentene under the railroad us. On the which the exposition. .. stands. one notion than that which would limit -
appearance ot this was that made with the HAnd
aeverat thousand yards off the Expo I command of'a captain while Portugal -, in ' the ago of efficient service to Cu oreven
sition 'man court, the, JuSge told the. Lumber at :hay" Minette
shore, 9arranged.in a' h'uge 'Will' send a protected cruiser PROMISES EXACT .JUSTICE. ' company some Cl5. Many of the strongest.!. men
,.j semicircle, aro visible from every part probably the Don Carlos.' Spain has stal 's attorney, that ha should have. ,',days ago,"for.:. $43, .up to that thne' the life .
r'5 .of the grounds. C I not'signified her Intentions of sending this! obscure farmed Indicted for felony i mom-rvuiuntraUvo every uiade. It was In 'public, and business' areO"IeI'bO
; ; tfefescls. Roooevelt Puts Hayw.> '.Af- and some of them are, beyona 70.
-.4._ 'fr7 type of flghjjpir craft in the any war bocausa .e tijed. to Influence the od-Moye :lor- I0i> men. ,
t !, 'American navy is rffrrter.ted In' the The entertainment committee of faiUp to Labor People. ,-' Farr.gu was GQ at the beginning of'thn.XCJvll
mind of .. '
ML present rendezvous. The battleships the fleet Is now arranging a water'', a prospective iuror.Thgpit.Zdentk4iowRbow ; .' r In'a' letter,'read- Sunrtayvb foreUw" !\/Th reJsabad l : > .6C1tD&e\ labor: ,..War." and' Oy:. m' Wat' ovwr'

}: .. the '1(.000 ton Connect-! carnival. Kach '''IIIt'J' of the great;, . 'much greater:: welght! \ C llrl&l ; ,: , riLltth., : 4 lomb )mllli1.athI.1ume.: : ':i C3' "tt !t : ut !hT{ C tlie war between

,';".,.trom\ltIl" *na doun to the all but fleet, has been asked to provider at I 7Llljbe;'given:to hiords"thanioauIf !!de.r.atlon 1:!! IniKl'l w 'I c sed mll f fiml) !VeoP! h |:Japaaran4ltuisSIU47iaYrn'Wmte' ;:'; his
Texas, the oldest Amerl- float'for the occasion.-' ,The*pageantf o anrob8Cu.rdUz; ..w.!+t YorkPresiden4ILo'eveletatellthatvidncWaulIu1IUed'Lo;) backTto the farnia* tha'sprfnir'plant-i '
will be \ '::" fflt [emUJrl(). hi!Crea:: tlon, ,"af!tejii he'wait.. '-
aid sister of the Maine, on some evening yet to be determined we are ti be tried lin U 'IflnTshow'1 ". ',' 'r. ,, .' \ : 'fliilsh'ed .
.
Several ships have already court every 2ng. : 11; Goethe his "Faust at II: 'i
,.which was wrecked! Havana harbor. ..law-abiding Log that there has he ,p a misoarge -' ', ,
.5, tTbe Texas was built, at the Norfolk decided on the floats, they' will citizen however great '.. t, and Ilumbold-i big Cosmos" ,at, 76.
of
i 'aaV) yard niany ySart ago, and, being send; Three will send three of their or bumble, should do' everything In justice\ lull or acalniit Moyer ELEVEN; BODIES RECOVERED.. Among grand old Then in the annals

. a local product Is to remain at the cutters represent three old-time his power t -cool the passions' ot man a&4. llaywoud awaiting trial at Dol... I -0.:; ef Amorjran:! Btaftaruanshlp H Is suffl-

'-., ;:';;Exposition, as a permanent feature of craft Jamestown.which brought' the Pilgrims to rather than add fuel to> the flam,*. Ifwe Idaho charged" with the .murder ,01.1' All Victims of' West Virginia Mine 'Explosion cleoto mention the names of Georgw

the naval exhibit: With her ,sight Another float .will represent ,the are to be thrown to the mob the Furmkir Governoc Bteunanberg, Accounted; For. F. Hoar, Jolin ,Qulnry Adams cad )
and. U15 of
tons
; guns paltry weight will
brine such e'\lllhonclt'
to '
the attention Tbaddeus Stevens.
S. the Texas, when ranged alongside the Great Harry a renowned ship of war officers should at least open our prison:! 'The bodies of eleven dead have nen.VllrcI
,mammoth Connecticut which mounts of that period and en the request 'of 'doors and give V'' acme'chance to oC the attorney general for'such been recovered from tha Whlpple mine Beecher never: .preac&ed better toan>4.

r. (twenty-four guns and displaces 1'.-, the Admiral the Navy Department Is .defend ourselves.' action. U auy,. as It may be in near Cu'rleaton.V, Va.. where 'an explosion. In the last, year of his life. J. Plerpont
tOo, tons of water,' offers a striking nowsearching the archives to know UM power of the federal authorities .. Morgan end II. JI. Roger, both over
of occurred late Wednes
just what the vessel like. Then gas
t example of the progress of the Ameri- was ROUGH to take. (0. do not yet begin to chow. sign of
can navy since the days of 1886. when there will be pirate ships, gondolas, a MAY DAY IN PARfS. day. and this was thought to be the and *
senility, Mark Twain la etlH "cut-
the Texas, and the first .Maine "war" float showing 'Neptune and his trident full extent ot the fatalities. "
and much else besides: SOUTHERN WILL FIX2HT. ting up, though past 70.-Leslie's
,, authorized by Congress.The Duringthe City Witnessed/ Scene of Disorder The number of inJured'ls five. The .
carnival the be Weekly.
55 ships will illuminated -
Brooklyn bearing on her after and there will be a hundred and Many People Injured ml no. was very slightly damaged, and
'
turret the memorial plate simply and The Rate Reductions hi South to Be Rs !
expectation in
.; eloquently.Inscribed' "July' 3.' 18.8.: searchlights playing over, the brilliant Parts that May the cause of the explosion is yet uakdown. -
slated In Courts. MAY HAVE:
day would OF OLD
DIED AGO.!
: ,. ,;.will also remain1 ,a permanent naval scene. : pass without violence"was -
exhibit during the seven months oft Aside from .ucb'' diversions the not realized. The day began la 1 calm News reachea Washington that. tha "They say Miss AMIngham's mother

;the life of the Exposition. strong armada will have little to do' but. toward the evening the working Southern railway will resist In the HOME WRECKER'MEETS DOOM. used to be a grand opera chorus girl."

,. t The cruisers of the fleet, are all in the waiting days. The ships long center In the vicinity of the trades- courts the altempt to, put Into effect -1"- "Used to her Wby Isn't she ,etf
c modern craft though the variance In ago completed their toilets and are sosplc union headquarters any reduction at rates' as provided Did the meet a Ptttaburg millionaireTt '
'alas between the largest and the and span they: hurt the eye. NOwhere becamethe scene for by various Husband. Found His Wife' and Physician Chicago nocord-Herald.
smallests| as great as that which is there an atoning blemish.It of serious disturbances. state legislatures' in Togeths in Room. 4

i t marks the.heavier vessels of the bat. is all spotless buff and white I The, sum total of the day's opera.', the south. Dr.: Wayne ,Al Coy. a .physician at FRIKXDS HELP .
,
'
tIcIase.. touched off here and there with the tlons -was Alabama Las passed a law providing ,
,, The armored cruisers Tennessee glint of polished steel and the shimmer twenty over one thousand arrests, ; for a.2 1-2 cent rate. North Carolina South Point, Ohlf), -\Va. shot and IBttCantljr : St. I'.ull'ark. Incident." up -

and Washington, each of 14.600 tons of shining brass. persona, including policemenand has placed the rate at 2 1-4 cents killed Thursday night by: Ca|>- .. T-""- S -
( .. and mounting'twenty'gune: apiece Frpm>> the flagship definite Announcement , citizens badly Injured and a bin John Davis 'of the Portsmouth After drinking coffee for breakfast .
/ 'are the heaviest of the cruisers.- The came that the fleet will greater number of persons suffering on all 'roads over 60 tulles long and .terry boat. Captain' Davis had' returned I alway telt languid and dull, ':

f smallest cruisers are the Denver ,and disperse on' Hay' I 5. Two divisions from contusions, or from being; tram Virginia has adopted' measure fttr a' unexpectedly at midnight: and found having no ambition to set to mr.'
the Cleveland-1l09 torffe each-the will then go to sea for manoeuvring pled. flat, rate of 2 cents. < morning' duties. Then in 'about
third class of the protected vessels of purposes,' one division will go to navy I Dr. :McCoy in big wife's room. hour ,.an '
S or so a weak
;: the navy In. the cruiser class< the :yards for such-minor( repairs as maybe SETTLED , nervous dera irement -\' ,
moat interesting vessel is perhaps the needed. and one division will remain I GIRL GETS BIG HUBBY. FOR 6600,000 LESS. of the heart and stomach would)

.5" Brookl)&,- the flagship of Rear-Ad- here until relieved by one of the I """'-- PRESIDENT STANDS PAT. come over mo with such force I1 ?
r4 ,mlral 8chley< In the battle with Car- divisions coming in from manoeuvres.' McAfee's Damage Suit Against, Railroad ** -- would frequently: have to lie down.:

..eras. squadron off Santiago Cuba. The four divisions sixteen battleships- Heavy-Welsh- Brlnson, Tipping Beam Is Compromised. Will Make Public Statement "At other times I bad severe headaches -'
Ij The .fleet has been arranged so asS In all are to reassemble here on June "at BS5 Weds galn; Declining. ; stomach finally became kffect-i
to give the visitors to the Exposition 10, set apart, as Georgia Day.'when W T. Brlnso'n of Waycross Ca., who The suit of W:H. McAfee versus'the Nomination for Another Tn"A ,,-. ed and digestion so I'
Impaired that'
the best possible opportunity for there will be a celebration. honorof Atlanta t
T weighs SIS and Is claimed and Birmingham. dispatch from had
pounds
to Line
viewing the fighting strength of the the birthday of the mother of President ... railroad Washington says: : serious chronic dyspepsia and, ,
:American navy. The glistening whitekails Roosevelt. 4 ' be >,the larcesUember,. of, the order owned by the Seaboard Air Line President' Roosevelt has decided to set constipation. A lady-for many :years,

r S spotless In their' new coats of As "the fore In"" chips arrive 'tier: ot Elks, In the world, was. married for 1623,000, was settled by agreement at rest all talk, that he"wili be a canS State President of the W. C. T. U.. ." ,

; paint.and the tuff! superstructures of are officially welcomed by a boom tot Sunday afternoon to Miss Luclos Allen at' Birmingham Ala.- Wednesday for .dldate for the republican nomination told roe she had been greatly'; benefited 'I

I't ."*?*, the ships two und and three armored piped and llne-of-battle protected cannon flagship of from Raar-Admlral the Conn etlcut Robley.D.Evans / ;the.. of Sophorton.. The wedding occurredat 125,000. This is the largest suU:ever for the presidency" next year. by quitting coffee and using .

- ,S 'j>S, 'cruiser, form a .marine panorama as commanding the AtlaitioheeL the Methodist ptrsonage.r&rlneon'ls Instituted In the Alabama lower court It is learned ,on the highest author Postum Food Coffee: ; she was, trou
bled
'i \ ,.,, viewed from the waterfront eaplaus. < All the American vessels now wealthy turpentine, operator and grew out of a>claim for pay' of ity that at the proper moment the for years with asthma'She 'L
- t I,ade of the position: grounds such ', at anchor belong to' this fleet.' I and 'Is a widower of about A construction work'done on the president will Issue a statement to said it was no cross to quit coffee .
road
as has ..seldom,' if over, before been The unique>feature of the Exposition'will 'year:; Miss Allen it is said!, weighs between .Birmingham and Atlanta. American people announcing his the when she found she could,'haye as ,
'prf>nnte4 to the American public. l' be theharbor for small craft.;' It determination delicious an article as' Postum. "

,' Tlie Navy Department has prepared with, an area 1.2VD.OOO squa:va only 105.out.4 . had been on trial-nine days 'when set S In the matter.ADMINISTRATION .Al\et ,\d7, wno b.,. ,I
fOIIo<
T -'-----'----" p.aa
of the vessels to feet inclosed by piers costing the :> tled.. -
I a list < : \\be in( .Hanij>tcnRo&ds., I United States Government $400,000., - :" years.
- r ; found Immediate J
. .
S.- S ..1iiii .. --.-- TICKET relief On'ceasing '

;;::5i.ozlaa' Artcnal t.1a:', I uker_ Ah'Htl'd ..0. n..t1AIh\VUtr -WlthIPrHour.7Zr.c' BRONZE' 8T"TUE"OF, McCLELLAN I coffee and beginning: Postum twice a ,; '<

: .. rived at New, York., ,Will BeTaft and Hughes day. She'wa. wholly cured. Still( 4.\
,- Five' lat 1ull dIQIJa-were-4elrtforo4i Augustus T.' Pod aged sixty; :- According to !
S 1 Tioo alleged to be tneecdlery. I whose thlrt.t' o'eard husband; a ,AU 'records for the number of ,imrolgrantsarrlvlng I Unveiled 'at' Washington" With- '- Present ,Outlook. another friend told me that PoatnnvFood r 'Ir tI

I _t",'tit,'- '-Toulon (France) arsenal.:' banker, t.'tat d ai ..t.-mllllona.ra! bad. at the port of" New CaremonyPresident Fitting* Taft and Hughes 1. the ticket Coffee was a Godsend ,ter ho?,, '?'W I''t tC
Speaks. '
. lull red.-and tbo him arrested on n charge of knocking which her heart trouble '
Tiilrty nma wero. aubtmtrluj havingbeea re
'
York lu :.single broken With v1 seems to the
a ; day were tl ncl i
'in \ 'maJorlt of
: military" the
cbremonles
; aadLtotveaflC! stattccu* were her sens3le s In their apartmants! ; admin I i l Jleved after jeayinjn COffee and, 'r C
$xa.ed: ., .... b. the,Holland.JO1Ie.ID.1'e! ; York: City the'twenty-four bourns; ending vat ,8, and! 'In the presence' of a distinguish istration followers'and'they' point out I Staking on Postum. I
: o' lock 'Thursday nigb'Iiythat' hour* ed audldBctt ike tbAt.'the'
campalSD
hletortq Is "So I
"equestrian
t
practically '
-
--, con- runny such cases came"to my ac
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; ;' fourteen steamships had brought into etitue la bronze cebtrated in
the
//of General two notice
Hftuk PrcsUtent Arrotted, George states of Ohio ,that'I..concluded coffee was
"lJrl"or1lii
., uJ ,
jlir { '
p. the bUbo ;since! S o'clock: U.. .
Wednesday McClclUn'erected and
': ; 'b i.M Z tiler''has' 'praIlel dyer nt*, .Charles:: C. Klncr. the sltlent': ofbe1ist' \ln er"tbe.rl\u.1, KNew York.' the ,cause of jay' trouble and ,Ji quit, ,J!{ .r
nlghti20.720.)' pl "
immigrants. e of the'Army. ot th 'In each and took ''
National atate the
'nO'. 'Aily/'Ursre-ateaf retsrittn-g"' .trip -Bank; of Scotland. president hasbeen 1111 Postum.: J.am more-. J ,
t. if3v 1 D.,', 'vat 'arreit.J\In 'Chicago.o . ,This;,exceeds by, tullS.OOa, 'ttte was % at, attacked than pleasad ot ; It
- ( uti''n1 i'rott .n,as:"'en ai 1"\. ,laand. untiled. \ya III&1oD !hur : personally and In each state to 1181' that my,:diyi ,"''I ,
: r. rced- ,with ailiuse ot ,the baat largest numbor -of.1' Immigrantsever president ltQ uevelt m4a .le has trouble tjT WCJ H*
J\.t\ wtt'I"a"r; s ,&P; ar.i < the' prl ar'1 tbe right! to ask .for, ., disappeared.! I am, "
1 il!. ''';.JJ ;::"!#..,{, Y; S A, run*. Q landed ''II' .'a1D&ledaJ': '':.. pal speech,,, ,_ .. . :Joza. vInd1c.. and happy- "Thero'a a ,nauoll.i!, .; : lr1!
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1 ; ,Brought. His 'Knifa VEttlTRILOQUIT': : '' I IN. .THE WAHO.i ,
:
HINGAS '
manager I
"Whenever the penurious .
;
w4RT1 K1Y w1KA I In the Urc.' store! \ wanted to f sharpen Trouble; ,,'rn Among" Y' PERIODS OF PAN lla

his pencil he would enter the shipping '' t B.ll wue I

; one of the boy*. Sometimes the boy from periodic suffering it does not
.,Netie;York: man-fell 13V\l\ ., Uftdsustained 2,451 First
; tO be the plan nature that
did have ; wet : 'n" seem
not their knives with them, : )
'
no wore. Injuries than to ly a skilled x'+ F' women should Buffer so feverel Ir-
'catch A cold. but there was one lad,. Tomm".BrMD.who ted to-the : p44 fr S:, regularities *j>4 pain are positiveevidence

always could be depended upon.i Hospital last lc., . + .., *;': that aoinethiotr! fa wrongtnr3.
:The oldest house. In "How 1* It; Tommy;" asked-thew. arrived a blood- ; tyx .'which should bo set right or it will .

is that of Mecklenburg.royal They Europe manager ,'on .day a* he ';whittled his Help!" was x, /' ,?t'' > ,y ; 'lead to-riou derangement of'.the I,

their trace pencil) ""that you always, have yourknife *. It seemed.to, femiolneorgaafaun.: ra >,
descent from Generic who Thousands of women 'h, a v e
wlt1 'youand: the other boys, I
sacked Rome !in A. D, 465. ' particular; Dr. + found relief from all periodic suflerlog I
h.ven'tr'TODUVY in charge, and. S. by: taktkt; Lydla' E. Pink-,
Te'"leaeese.acacia" 'hesitated tor, a moment, 1'which ,
: li anxious search ham'. -Vegetable Compound
tree that forma forests In a.Australia peculiar then gathering '. our.ge; aajd: -It Was li'I i5 ia made from native root and herba, I

The '' The wages I get aren't enough for The' Small Buyer of Paint Mid the doctor a* It 1* the;nwstthOeO. rh.fwnl.. .,
tree bat no leave*, but respire known ...,
me to afford mere than one pair ,of regulator to medical
too. N.w
through a little stem. answering the pant"Harper.** Weekly.VTT8Bt.Yltoa'rJMoaN who: 1r.ea'car. that 1no, Dutch so, MISS: : ADt NICHOLS:: It puree the :;:condition which i I
asleep;
I' ,
purpose! of a leaf. Boy trade mark, shown below, causes so much\tlaoomfor10M, ;'
Diaaaaa*pervmananUycared of .white Presen'tiy that period" of its terrors. Women ..ho.... troubled with painful .ir ;
'The gentle retrain of the accordionof by Dr. tin Great Nrv appears on every keg ened 'U1 'aDd regular function should take Immediate action to ward oft the serious. :
Phoebe Btannard of Great Dan BMtorer. $5 trial bottle and treatise test lead bo boys, is perfectly' pro-t. as a hoarse'' oonceqnenoes and be restored to health and strength by taking j
Mina Dr. H. B.Pina. ..oai ArcfaBt..Phila.. Pa tented as as 'I if be the ward: ;
perfectly
rlngt n. calls her cows home ; PiuRhfam'sVegetable Compound: I
E.
, no matters' bow far .on the .mountain. COULDN'T BB AN EMPLOYS. were a railroad official buying "Sari fellow, Lydia :

side they hare wandered.: '' "That fellow''' over there 'act a* .'hundreds of tons, and with aCorps Two of the II1 Miss Adelaide I91 hol* of au West 2nd' Street-New York Cit '

__ L though he owned this botel.R"lnllu of chemists at his back'to their feet ready : *:-'Dear Mrs, Plnkham-"lf women 'Who suffer would only rely; ;
f. There 'are some monstrous"stone 1d yout" : man who would Finkham'*Vegetable Compound their trouble would be. L
' \ / 'see that no adulterant is wardl$ : qui klyyallevia feel indebted for' '... \ and health '
? In the temple of Baalbec Syria: and "No 'He >..aked me If .anything'oould'be In the I greatly I
i the Peruvians had a method ol transporting done to make me more com* palmed off on him._. the line of cots,' ha been Piakham'i brought to me by your inestimable ,Female..med.J'J!CompJataU!
I: E. Vegetable Compound cures
;
'- Immense stones, which nowadays fortable."Cleveland, Press.I6ited Pure White Lead and Pure the source of such Lydia aa Falling-end Displacement, and Organic DIae.IB.acIl\otbe.! I
settled
would If known' mean a fortune Linseed Oil sue :absolutely necessary ward General Debility,'. Indigestion., and Invigorate the whole' famlntae.
" to engineer nr eTperimratlng with dram and .. '* Presently, system. For the derangement of toe Kidney of either. aex, Lydia
-- strong cathartic*-.which are clearly harm- to good '- unlike that of a B. Plakhata'm VefrtmMe Compound is excellent ,

; Among the feats performed by the, Tea tul-t.ake! It U Nature'a made wholly Mild of laxative Herb; .',' For Garfield eon.sMpatlon painting. "1'".'cot his'em.* Mrs; Plnkhqm's' Standing'Invitation. to.WomenWomea.'sufTerlnc

I ,Egyptians was that of erecting obelisks liver and, kidney derangements, SEND FOR covering from female weaknesa are'Invited 1.0' J
: of
klck-beadacbe: bilionmew and indigestion.HE ,, Again a any'form
weighing 400 tons or over., TheRomans ; the trouble
---- BOOK the, cause of the ,.. Mrs.Plokham: at;LDn.r.I'rom theymptomgiven ;
were also eminent engineers.' I be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery advised.
< 'ra ..
>
> .
Near the temple of .Baalbec there WASN'T ALI. THERE. _ATIk valuable
lies a' stone ready quarried,, which la, Chaplelgh wss'all bwoke .up ovah =hJ"..'w awtt.e.ab. p.lsl', A.. INA __ ".' Soon the faint, / -- I
seventy feet long.and fourteen feet a girl once, doncher know. p.a.pent 'Jo*Mr*I kit wrk, roosterwas :34 YEARS SELLING,DIRECT "

square. It weighs.., ; .1135 tons., '" Miss Knox: -Ah, I -.eel) And some) NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY. wall of a eat. ewvdklI_sad_..._.....dlrn la w..eaa..- .

of the pieces were, k>st->-Chicago ,, 5..Mton>fftiu Allowtg \ searched' under M a .r.e.d. "",::;V.wV.::::MwWy Y..1a"?M-:' s t'
;There Is now a canal connection Dally News.Itch .* *iUM t* mnl fa, closets, but' c'II'f r- a.-.s.--. "
between Milan' and Pavla, about ,;.w Tots. ,Br- ,. Cblaae. aa.L..ty Phil.
. .
twenty-five mile, long; through an cured ia 80 minutes by Wonlford'sEwuft.ry d.lpeieJab..T, Loewe.C 1\1_"PA'. ..Pita.4uakI.dw.I "I'm bl edlhS\\ ..Ys>IcJeo'T1M. Ie the u.w.w.IN..-.1'(. nest/.We iaa wY.w.ut.r br -
L..4 voiced _
a
011 00.1
ancient, channel; which' his been, In''' Lotion.-Never. fails,,At druggists.TO .. a shrill 1'.wrpkLartCveleae- a..__"i ..CD. ..!... ""-a.w.-: -=-
use for more than' 600 year Thou brought the : p.a.t.p ...... F'-.rt. lie ---m

Binds of, canal boats from' the Pogo .... .their feet 'In a

to Milan every ,year ""pas through BB i. EXACT. I gry this time
the city's anaJ', system which Is "This me.t," protested the boarder. ,, aearchlng one CRESCENTANTISEPTIC' (!
r
founded on the'old defensive moats 15 overdone." Into XewmanV, CRATiST' t4EALER', KNOWN TO 8OI8NO.K.I (?,-

- of the Middle Agea. and proceed '''Noteltactly.: it alnt," replied 'the' de -was' Mon PoUoDoiis, Non.Irritating. Allays bQammatioa'sad !
waitress G' from ... As strong ea carbolio'_" and as harml .to\\
northward ; 'It's done over.. --Philadelphia pain any r u '
to the Italian 'o- laughter.
lakes
,J \ Ledger. week milk. Cur. burns instantly;' cures old and chrome .
'
vice versa.' man confessed cure sorw and inflammation from any cause on. man or bmmmt.
_- i quilt and the fowlsnres cholera, sore bead aDd ,fOup.'. Sat Jlfact.\oD\ poald

Every 'year from SOO to 1200:! couples - .... SKIN CURED I IN,. A WEEK.. offense wa *Statesman.'y .bf all nr-C,.I'IU'allteed.f Ml.r ZtdbVCRBRCNTCIILMiCALCO..xt.WerssaT.zv'YOUNG " 'i
go to England from the Continent '' f ''Tlmea.

mostly from Germany, to be" After Suffering Six: l tyontlts With Disfiguring > .. +! r ( PORTLY WOOD-mONAND; \ L(

married. To comply with the condition lied Slats and rimples- -NO PEOPLE
.
'II :
V .
of the English' law, the bride Cleared Away by Cutlmra."Cuiicura I Food l/7 your meansor limited edu...-,

usually goes over carat, stays one t oap and Ointment are| the 4j11U/ ProductS Its: Lighting Lion, II you wlih AfT
night in a Hotel, and given notice of greatest remediw for kin disease on by 'a ,*-*od Kood potttlon-tboronxn wrltetoda'.toe tntitnrw SN
the marriage on the following day, earth I have differed aix month. from a Soon after Grot lUlf-RM* Offer. Oueccu. lad.
Then the man arrives and-tbe ceremony diaeaaa which I cannot describe but I Will Libby's: Vienna' lamp, William' ".... and probable fORrtlMB.ad. rD..ra- AU Knrpa or ULTIIIG..n 1It .t."8SPili1&lembad
Don't d.la7'-Wf"l&e
lakes. place tt'te I generally by. tell you the nymptom. My.fckin" war full. Sausageunequalled ventor,. showed,(( .. SUS.COLLEOLMAOON y. OA. r lsaad1,MiduM nt Boi1arttAUaUSTA II p1 .tbi.
license otherwise both of red spots and my face was full of red' ''
as would haveto at lighting a b e*. : .
In pimple It 'mad life miserable for mend for their delicious "
stay England for four weeks. known that fat
I wa dl. uraled with everything taste. They are put up inmost, BECAUSE, ; : '
l.went to several doctor*, but it was ,- convenient form for ready serv give eft & vapor : ,
TIIE-PATH OF AN 1\'! nnEWER" ].... I resolved to try the Cuticura Kerne- tug, requiring only iew,mln- with ,,a brlchL storms /. ,Atlas'j'

.die, and after using them for about one''' alter preparation. They have si way 4 gas that comma, = A I .
Cosmopolitan: Virtue' and Gift. 'of week I becim a new man. The pimple fine flavor anti freshness which substance In ,r e r -

Versatility Along! It; Course. and the red spot have disappeared and will please every one. lamp 'the flame n oors.J. Ii. LOMBARD"fwitT
.. Aa APMtMnar DUh.t-Drop k tie el tARaj.TOCK
they made akin soft .
III velvet. ,
) aa 'lJb,'. Vienna hJioMji In l.oUingwater: cornea .up to it & ,
The newspapers of. Boston are"not Albert CeshmasBedf. .ird Station,.N. Y, mil heated (about' *<, mnut.rt: and I ,thus cause the : : YOUR) t I. W Mwhht ut tsik Wads and 8sf"$ VAUOUTA. :
the same as those of New York there Noy.'2P, 1905. aeve a* taken bee tfi..a on a StasH '. "
; /
a*. -j i
|>UM tvai"kd with lettnrt.,... It.Is thl* gas that .. : : i
Js ea>iB>B)>iaaBk >iMBHa SBaaBiaaBBVaSBBBnaBBBHS Bl t .. ..
a greater difference/ between those.of .' | Ask ,m. ...... ue u.....'... i -
Chicago and New Orleans; and A::LIFE' PRESERVER ...... ._ ..U'_ a.c"oo, algal Now. woe ring J
Libby McNelll *. Llbkr.! C.I.... ,thla'principle to f.t ,THE SWISS' SCYTHE
,
what I Is a"flrst-page .tor)'!" In Philadelphia bySt'ander-'You'have certainly :r' :
)
DI.--.. .._ _._ .IC ed coal inva large ....., \ !
would be l
farther back
moved .shown wonderful' bravery in,, laving .
inSan Francisco, to make room'' for that man's life., Is be'a relative of ...IDelp he'gaa which '' li/gtaP I ,
'another sort of aeniauon; suited through main
to '
; .j-ourst ,
.
",,4' the peculiar taste of Its readers:, But 'Moro-Relatl'get Oh, no. Cut he the Done part of" his h, --CLOTHING... w....:. ," ,.,

;( the subtle distinctions do not perplex' owes me H00:-Somervllle ;Journal' ( "lie article la moss ua fld wanted a ':=: rt XASILT Teat KtV. or *LI.'MOW....
the end of the
.
the resourceful at .'.An. .iriNTKKcsTr.n rrl.i'ra .
newspaper'reporter. about the atabIe than )1 t cs, . r ,
LewtFl..tyesre. ,Tina MAM vow cx.., T..... ..
_. liWe and Lair 2'I
Aaba Or Pea a oa lighted It M -
He come from the Atlantic the ___ __
to' j .
TEN PA1N: ... "e.ool .. i
1"EAJUf'OF .
the < .'_...: '
.,, .I' I d'
without awick.
Pacific .Coast .and In a week' his sap"spl.dthhelplb.V 110.toriaa'.Joac1boaa. .-..... ..._ '
.'stuff"1. Is' true In tone to the paper. .Unable, to Do\ Everf' Housework .De- ; r.. r, ,tended.. ga* Are."ro. : Rsiyatista- ctwk 't

that has engaged him. He goes to : t and lighted them : Sot. v....C 'aead .Nana ..,
ta&Tr5.er
of Kidney Troubles. IY1.AArar I ........ aM as..s... .
cause w .
,
the East / ma- it' was p
from Is railed
what the"uncoavenlional" .
.
w....__._,._"'......... ,,,
West and In a Mrs. MargAret Emmerich of Clinton -. ,'cheaply and :: ...iq.v:5rsl..!.e.7a'Ma f.r..B wdr ';.

j month his work Js In no wish to to St.. Napoleon., says: For '\ \ .IlEA.SEf'. ... house to. house, : WOMENwill ..book on ta ns. -' Can iM s'
.1) .... .. ,
r) .from sufferer cued: from a 1'
distinguished that of whet
men fifteen year:!'. I wa ,a great turr..rr a-.bete er eb.e n yotbeeaeeaw i inaJa). -.u .
have begun and continued In the from kidney trou-, Coale sarLa w. saewtic ofpowdeeed :lumlnant -St,".' :: find in :MOKt.XT'8 tKUOMELIXIR .. ..id Ce.. 4.ibiw. St art8t! ltd* .
ab.rd,tsaootb
service of New 'York dallies. For .bles. My back pained mica hick reduce., the ideal laxative: ("
proof any Important newspaper maybe .w me terribly. Every ff1 {1qq Ask we de.kr for 1- pleassnt and thoroughly< | : .CURED
considered. In five years -it "prob turn or move caused'sharp ltlcaskalw..a.artasaae Z liable remedy, without the* Off QivalTairvIliar .
,ably-has had.scores of reporters may p ,\' hooting .ISWYrMf Gunner-Is ther \ least danger or possible harm tlel. ;
In this town them In ''condition ", 8.11-'
any
ban had two or' thrre different city I pains.: "My eyesight, '
Quyer: -I should to themselves.: __ la >tos*
editors; and perhaps as many".man-f ,;was poor, arlt".ots; 'hers Pleasant ia taste mild ''Iu'< day.i effects a permanent cure
-aging editors yet the' tone off the t / appeared before me' north are a*' cold action and thorough in results. (njoto60day.Kothiucan*. Triaitrestt.eatgi.erlfree. be fairer,

paper from first page to last is unchanged 'Ji and I had, dletypells. pole, Tested for 35 ,...,.. V| Write Dr.H.H.Oraaa's ** .. ',
In faet,.that distinct.in- For ten,year Gunner-Ah.!, ,It $1.00 pet bottle at, specialists., Dm a atlsntaTOsu1flvery '
dividual flavor often persists In spite I could not do housework and for of an -aj-ctlc', ; Drug Stores.

of effort/ to change 'It. It,would, be two ''years did not get out of tbe HICKS News MOZLEY.'SLEMON &' Company;\

easy to name a' score of papers-in the house, The kidney secretions were : ,
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country that are identical in domlnat- Irregular and doctors were not help'.Ing -' ONB.. ncoKsoiU TO. '

'I Ing characteristics" and tone ,with .. me. Doan's Kidney Fills brought, CflPUDlNE ELIXIR', AVERV ek Mc/VllLLAN./ ..
their Issues of earlier )'ear'1'/1'11'p11e; me quick relief and finally cured me.Ther ,; ...y R '- Bacon-Noah' '' :
Bl.oa Bovtb P*yorsyth Atlavmta. Claw,,
CVILESALL'ACHES TOa DOM COBTlocca (*
of the fact that their pwncrs'a'od the saved my life. suppoeet' '
BALL KINDS Of- ...,...
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entire staff. upon them have.cban& d .Sold by all dealers. 5 0 cents a box. EtebertOh'yea; i ' ...
'Tnore than once. Foster-Mllburn Co.. 'Buffalo. N. V. A.. N.rv.ea..s. to' bore an' MACfflNERY

Tb. true cosmopolitan Is the news- - I TrIal.tl.Iie' L/nlsawss '.titer--Yonkers! \Atilt-rot- ,,,
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paper,reporter. It is easy-enough.to Hammer ..Olde.t"lmplement.J I.L., :1 LOOKS,.'.THAT 'WAY.. _
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appear content.. In any, quarter of, the "Hi' who borrow an automobile A&&AAaAAAAaAaAAAAA.&A&.A__ A A A
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I globe andIn, Rome to" live 'as the The, hammer. besidesbelnl'a...tool borrow trouble. rem'arked the Observer ,
SWEET
Rouiana do, but the reporter- does of universal aye; is' probably the old. of Events and TJlln ..-Yon-. \ : BLOODHOUND, :CORNBREAD.,
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eat representative of a. mechanic'stool :
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mor. He Is Norwegian and Italian, keys Statesman. "
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proletarian andtp.lace-wlsei/ Republican kit. The bummer was originally JUICY ,
ands Democrat several' times V'*. 'stone fastened to handle with 4Kr
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each day, and (ih* narrow "provincialisjn thong, and It was 'as useful. '.a. a I' :jfow's This v .,.... _. .
We offer Ode naodred-Dollani Reward
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of the n\etropolls'Is a* much his .weapon al a tool .
for any.call ol Catarrh that. .. ...0' be.
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a* the freedom and the long.: perspective Hammers are ''represented on the cured by Hall's Cat.rrh'un.. ..
of the mining ca.. .' It Ist monument of,Egypt twenty centuries f..J. CBCHBT ft Co.. Toledo,,, O...-.. I Z

t versatility, more of'. ,temperament? .before our-era.' They greatly resemble : Cheney We. the for'a:tbe dcnlcbM JUt 18, yean have ,known and believe Fr J. vO-- e C

than"of talent:,' that distinguishes him' the hammer now In use;cave that'' him perfectly honorable in all buaioeMLraosactions -I
The cltiten of the world with a nose
for' news, a. supernatural IngenuityIn 'the extraction( of; nail.:, Claw hammer lout" any*obligations: OAZi made Wholesale by tbtir UruggUU ttrm.WKST .3ii s Biz**. Wheat.Separator, >

obtaining, it, a' pretty' knack were,Invented some time during Toledo O. oiic' Z
'.description* and ,the, ability to be 'the J4lddl '.ACeI. Illuminated'menu., Wawu K IITKAI* A; MARVIH? Wholesale I ai

always: in the mood for'work might script& of.the eleventh century\fepre-, Druggists, Toledo, O. : S k .
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fiairsCaUrrbCurelatBkeainterDally.aetng -
,make an* average. reporter..'.. The-- tent carpenter with caw':! bammer"J' upon tbe blood and mncuouasur' : : dBEST
good 'reporter who; become'.editor 'Hammers are of all site, '[aces of the system. Testimonials cent free.' 2 -= -t
have additional' faculties,, not accu- dainty Instrument used by the Jewel. rice L lye per bottle. Bold ban PruschU. a
mutated but Indigenous.-San Francisco lee witch weigh less than half, an, Take JIlV's Family'Fills for constipation.s . !: I
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Argonaut .' ounce' to the elgantlo fifty ton;; ham ,/ ,'- "--\... C4 IMPROVED SAW,)MILL. O W. EiKTt, ',.

'.X: mer' Of shipbuilding estat>H hmejitjC-: leas erlt-1naioil. t o,set Itself dl-.. : I j ; :ILarge [nein.*'end Belter.supplies. ) ,

TJa.:8t'; t*."ot..thO.Aglle'. 'Lys-Man,. moms of whlchhav_ ..a falling /ore of covered, without- the'services, of a promptly, Shingle Mille;\ Corn Mills. c

''Skill of an Individual sort Is pri. 'from hlnetfTo. 100 tons. -'Every'tr.d.' press. 'agent... > t I I; 5 Circular ..wa.8aw'Teethp.tcnt; Dogs* "
.supposed! Just 'as 1* sklll-Jn=horse. has It* own hammer and It* O1I'D way, team Oovarners. Full line Engines M sJ '

,manshJn'itRJV.C<5wboy., '.W1lh<<;,ut'li 'of using. It-BaIUmor.8un.\ '' ',("Oarfleld:'*N; ::N'' ture'. remedy. ; ,brines.mli ., 'r, Mill. Supplies. Send for free Catalogue*. ;

,raHman Is,, absolutely useless. And .f,from maul regulates ailments the ;liver: it overcomes and kidneys jnbsstl.s I 'I,.......I_ _______
I. ; eonatll'&tion.- The Original "Break Tobacco. The M..I" ..... ....'
Plug" Only'Adret ": "" .iat
just as a cowboy'like* to .how off or GOT THE CROWD.. purines the blood and clears the oompleriob. ;"- ....I.b "
Compete In ;a kind' of horsemanship I "Her. Sixthly I I. always thinking'" .i It is made of Herbs, und.is sbsoiutply tised ''Brand" of North' ,Carolina: 'Flue-Cured Tobacco I. 1':' (J-..* e. I I'#Itty:

;which can-have' practical' ; application '.:.someway to'nil the, church: with .wo-, .. . Pore),_y._, SKowtnJ a :,GAIN EVERY YE R-'il\cei introduced."IMITATED '. ,Utl.p.) /aACUAir.x. .
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to his does"the rivermando _
trad., BO men, the trle cI."Ite.: 'arpe.' '
: : his trick A man In Marl that,.if ihe.557< get.'ylhem to some they .The' .world takes,.a, mighty gaekfancy : IN STYLE BUT NOT IN CHEW ; Oratrlude !would bo, .mofceobmnioj; 'i

nette;' wboa'fi.m&'j have; orgotton. wilt bring their huabagda wIth,.them/'. to the' man who, always Meets. . .. _ __ it. It w,sn'tMuch'.:' ..., ,coatlT:.:;$,,bit: t*> ds'et
could turd somersault on' t ,with',... smile. ,t' "'
a. a log; "Not bad reasoalogtbaL" V.VY'YY'YYYYYVVVV"V'Y.YVVYYYYYT.Y.V Y.'Y'Y'YV Y.Y..V Y ;into; ; ; oil;"',. ':
,Innumerable .bters5Iike ,to lie. down -"Nor'Indeed.. Why'lant'Easter 'he'bad

.I at, length while:floating alth'thecurrent nearly:the,whole'' town to bear
? lack Boyd could tnp-end" a.railroad '
him preactL" V
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,' tie without; falling' Jnta' the. '" '"He'didy' ': ,
water] and .It Is ..,ery, cold; watef Indeed that iii.it.i Ijfl
a "Y f.' He announced Instead, or ;
;,, < that can .ear.oft-ahitipcailonal' pasahig"thensu&Vplatee: for 1 the- coir I r t

'blrllngjmatchviFrornf, Boyd; lection:.' pattern; bonneta"r'"from 'the.;'' _
.' Mister:niverman,"':by' Stwrt Bd- leading uilllnera''would> be 'snb.u.uteri ,

\ ,ward White,.In: the Outlcg Magaglna: ?J!, .."-?Llfet, V 1\+(' :6' ._ .Lsoaue!.t.fthos.-ugly' { grtaatygr.yrhslra.lUst.M! . CRKOLC. '', HAIR- RBTORRKwNOSd: .Vl.OC. retail!,,

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: j Reported' Weekly ''b/ P/J. .C: ,J I ,, *

. ,r THE LEADING BRANDS OFi 4A
..+ ..iito+aw'+Fa+rir......... ALL -

,Few and far'between are t the new. . '.:" ,; . .
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'Item of the present week. Not even . ; :-I '

r ,the note lone* Railroads Indian furnishes'-ten are Rill per Inspiring cent, be :Fresh' Bread', '. p1oiiisI: : : ," ,; '. WHISKIES, ". ?

low par and our Democratic rosier t: h"' ' ".. N' .tv' ,
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1' : I, ', , y with his tall feather. trailing lnihdu o .
t, '''Is1' bemoanjnff ,thenonappear '" Bay- a \.
Pio "
_' ance! of the tadpole supply and the Every, ,. '. Case' Whiskies 1\I Domestic: Brandies.Cal2fnrnla .'

'vigilance of the guardsmen of the DOLLARS. DOUBLED '. .. j \ !4 I'lnt' Pint' Quart ; (extra floe\ ,
pardon and cor b Held; Whittler nest svuaco, pr:<'hnSprlnKs Rjr* .: .411 ban .' 416 I .40 W II 2 5 150 : Poach .i... ..211 ft 1 CIJ.
liner quietly on its sandy resembles .BI.k.. .. GalO'''''. Pumpln- Rj* !
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Wilson K' : .411 1 7'J J MarrlandApple. .211 110. .
the deserted village Which one of and Irrigation Outfits FINE LINE- I } W. Harper Bourbon.. .40 7t ,160 North Carolina Peach ....SS ' ,o., CIO '
2 our poets. made such a funs over. TM pt.otk.tl ......,. thew at.St. 5' 1... JJ. l'..ri.>erBotirtx>n.. .11II! 4 f I SBtuilwn hC.roltn.lple.A! m'7 ooJersey
Court. has claimed Us fou,,)70> $5, I .1:>. fro

1, has removed from our widM nearly "d truck .row.v Y P_ OM Pmntlofl Rre. .. ...40 -n. IMFealbtn "
by the fact that our eu.toaer, Wines.
In Case. "
Imported
1 the entire male population.We made !hrr. proe tbY..e.swyw Nuts Lunch Goods .Etc., I Rye. ,. 4 00 ,

nave been blessed with abundant h U.t.tr..lghbas wt..d id Candy, .; Clermont Re .-....,. .no'' "i OO tl 00Ch.e's hurt..... . .. .. :. .. per bottleHurnundy. )' '
Increased Sot Irieatat w.re .M bktomatgnth.irwae Malt,dMIIIodpeolHly flA" .., ... ... . .. .' 1M
'ch' showerH" have rapidly "
which and
lostsnout I for medicinal .. .. ., . .. "' "
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Crop prospect, hut none of'! ,. It win pQ'rco.... UCV ... .... .4> >4O,) 'v-> 1 4WWoodfoM sauterne .. .... .. ..... " 1M
NRhine
v.tissta" this. end . .' l
writ. 25
1 .1 u. County Rye $i 4I 5 1 ,
the regular pitchfork\ style. ) which Ellsour Wlnei ..j. .1. tie
-ta..O. tWngyou anker's XXXX Rye .125: mi < ... . .. .. .
water courses and swamps.. Present nowUieWhHeBlskMlss. .... - KdKemoni (Wren Wr p- H .., y.5, 100..61d.H. / J
'\ Indications are that a >thunder Mfg Ce. _rWhl. .'J\.. iOreamof 00 Quane
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? .storm ii approaching, but as it comes \ BI""h-".' r ' Kenlnrkr,. ../.411/ '! 1 M .*\( ... Rstrebrf ,,; 2 Iota:: .. 4 so
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;j so lowly do not believe 1 shall C..eadeTenn. .'",)') 40 1 M Moet 4 tCh.non White0eat. SOU 400,'
.' up 1I 1015., Golden Betl , /.21. to I mOld
r have time to record It beforeattend- r.. Joe. .. ..as: M 1 00 ,'0,
- .. M Ale, Beer and' Stout per Dozen.
ao e on tbe mall will be necessary.tlousevfties '. -= K nUiokyD w f
"' .' I' JOHN' M.'LEE.! N. B. CA: SOK.Cealtitr, Red Top ..... :70 '"
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are the principalpeMt M Roaer. .4 t, we have to put up with at present _. Pr..I..t. ;( y-p !oi..t..1 Dale r Maid ..'. 7r. I MIMM Uuiuaew's Glut Blueliba' r> 11110Aa".I1. II I It
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Your correspondent wan called upon Old ea:::ri"Jo. .t..40 r75 1.AO: Anbauaer ....,b.Bndweleer .,l | u.
to proceed to Al r r laitweek to aid in State Bank of ,kissimmee Puritan Rye... ., ,M 75' 160 Iw
Ooldfiii Cream 7A, 110 Whiskies-by
turning over discontinued postofllceI PaulJonx.8h '. M' \ VCoDrtltllUoB. > .Rye the Oalloh.,

that place. The tranaferwas, made Kissimmee, Fla. ........ .,.,..0- 7A 1MKottiokTTvro Star .. .. .
Golden :
Bye percalloa 90S
to Olney and after balo1J' completedour ----- ...40 75 ) M Mountain prtn.. Rye >. ." t M

business in the former"office, proceeded .PAID !I..eAPITAL...... . % SOOOO OO 4 Brook bond Hut (Bottled' In 40 74 1 110Overhaltbealdinbond Mouatala epnny. R,. xx- ? ,", ... 11 76
tv' to. the latter to transfer ,supplies \ : ) I m MoastaISOprtogRyeXXX. ale i
.. The flies were more like a WTOClinOLDEWS LIABILITY, .' . 80ooo'DBPOSITORS O Yellow Label.. ..:...'..,,..40 4V> I MOld llorae bOll.7.J'.rOld. . IM," ."" aleKentaokrPridVTvesrold ."
S. of bees than else theyroould N. 8BCURITY.: / ... too ooo 00 Grow,... 100 M 61
j warm anything Whit Oak S be compared to, and our horse Y _ "'"-... ..' -__ ,_ -.I. whiskey) .,...... 1M e asusdClub double... ... 4 M I
the. time t .tlera' Kentucky Prids. .,, 100' t. .leap 4 te jt
was covered with .blood by i Prompt cad CareTnl Atte.tlo gives to all .. ea- ? .26 M Cream of 1t..tuo..7..f. "' 1 te
7 we returned., trusted to sis.Exchanges good at all petals at .cheapest I Bolaee Baltimore, 10 yearn ". I as ,
8 Dry and dusty. roads combined with rat.8. Malt Whisky in Class-Case Goods. Bed Top Bye, 14 yean old,,,.., as ,' e't

attack of cholera morbus YOUR BUSINESS tiOLICITED.S .. t
a 'ae ere American 51.11..4011 '75 160 I
has debarred O. I. C. from being in Dall')"'. Pure aI.U. .. .40 :76 I 2ft Corn. Whiskies by the Gallon. ,
rc ., .. ....
., attendance on court this week 8..cb..llelt. -12ft North Carolina White Corn.. per silos '''t as ;
.I . Sloae Monntala White OOTB.. .. 1.1"ftor J'
Hardy Johns has a "I'y.lclc'chlld..Jobn J Domestic and Carolina Yellow Cora --
Imported Gin. in
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Balsden 1* down with a severe epesnold *. '
colic and the ._ ,_ Glass. NortbCaroltnaWllk.eCounty. .'
; spell of bilious general S .
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t. fs.di V......7 years old.. ...... ... S M
i: u' he.ltbof) tbe neighborhood. is not, up ; BoothY Old Tom Ola... ' 1M Old H.r.s. ., .' ,........... .. "' e
standard.. Booth'. Dry 1MrirmoiitbtilB 1.oJ
, T The looking well. Orange .4 .,. | n.0Ibstborn L
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are Lowest
? crops Prices by the Gallon
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H fama National Holland iio. ... 'j IeB.nOla. i
bare fresh verdure and Cigars.
; trees put on .,. ,. 1OO .. .. . '
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Rye from .. 1 00 ,
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!, tbe grass is growing rapidly. . (cordon Ols:. 1M . ap
Paint and Corn Iron, ....... ..:: . 3 PaperImprove
The balance of' the news Is reserved Ole l-boaphaU .4) 7,1 I MMobil Ota from ,. .., ....,,., . I 00 .. Sj
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for edition.( O. I. C. o
next
my: 'r.'t:4'End ,D And all other Liquors *
Devil. ttf M I NWolf. II. proportion. j i
-- and protect. rod r house. Largest Selling Brand of 50 .' ScklcdamSohnapp . .
...tt.rto' Rev. CM.. DnttalM.Kiaslmmee. I will be pleaded bring my 1007 128 Gins. Rums and Brandies by the I s

Yt Flsi.. I make sample\ any books-luwrestfons your lathe house latestdecorations and Clear Havana Cigars : : : Come RedUoaOln.edloUoe Back CUn X...and Ben 25 1A M MIllO 1 noUnderwood's Gallon. | y

"'nn. Sir: We ,.should like to ask' that you may desire. Old Tom... 1 M Rose Gin . .. . '. ...... t T s 51w
Jour advice on a certain tbtnor done: Drop me a card and I will cheer Old Tom Oln.. .. .... .- .,,...' l|
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lHon.IId. . .......... .. t7a.i
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it ? We will. have furnish estimates Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. < ;.... w s.Y
: was right or wrong fully on paper Kelton'eN. E. Rum.T )e...old ..''' ....* se '
to state It, Including the names.D. and painting : : : : : : : IiOI Quart L.wr.ore-.MedfoM Ram T years el*1'. ,\;.. as 1))
F. Derloorn. is. a painter inUolyoke.M. Ask the Man That Smokes Dnw.r.Special' tl fid Peach Bmady.. yer gallon ...11.76 *.oO and Lee J, 1)
..,.., 'John).. Donobue lean Una-. William IV. V. O..... 3 OO Apple 8.. ."'. per nation .1.110. tam and Lie
qEO1E A.OKLANDO. BA E Black and WhIM BooU-h. a 00 Ualllornla! Brandy Tae tallo*,',,.>'. ...tjn lo .... (&
architect rBeldnear .
by.
8prin< J feb2t4Eino Hal| and Hal 2 fto
DonOhue was building.. at Holyoko, ilunvtU's Irlab 160 Port and Sherry Wines by the a
the Holy Family [Institute letting the - -
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FLORIDA
,, work: by bids, as usual. perlcorn The Very Best com Whisky ob- Gallon.' "

6. got, the paint Job; the paint was to be \ tainable. Anrelllca ner bottle .. .I M'R! tl
lead and ou. .. afkt8ttet ItlfalAtae.tflcaar/ CalftoroLP.tp.r; illon..lM. .eosdlie f I hi
.. But Derloorn said to himself: lead? r A1 Wilkes County, N. C.V M Ion Caltiorolanb.rry, per 1 .I1o., L6O,Lee s.dtapk<,1
Old Harvest N. 0.211 60 100 ImpotdtoriWine.
and oil isn't ball so good as Devoe and M. TILLER Maple Corn..2* no 100Calawba Imported Port ..r b.etlioi pertnllo..r.aadsad4.55......I.N \>WbeItI. ttJI
it costs more money what shall do? V.IIty.:2 fid. 110 Iieportd ala.ITJ. per poI..a.oo. ate... 4..a 1
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Elk Valley .tI\ SO 1 W .
'He : "I
,, painted Devoe; and after the = Real i [state'Agency.Realtybougbt t
work: was done. told Donobue, saying: without"
ant that lob Isn't better. than lead 1 1 4 Imported Cognac Brandy, Orders will not be filled

and oil Job, I'll pake It so."any. m ei % j lBia a iBaiaiaia %% I Ihlpe.t"gale ....., t (.....*. .....d..***..... .d 00 cash postofltoe order express -money'r't' be
Was Derloorn and sold. ".._ ;jxx. ... ..... . ...,........'/N order or oerUCed check. Send I
,' t right or-'wrong inpainting . JlarUu zXXX.u...... .. .. .,.......t. .110 ...Ithorder. IDODl7'-.
a lead and oil Job'DeYoe? Houses rented.
3fona,ki how It turned out This ti n LAST a
lot. Titles
Taxes and
\. ,was six' rears ago., Now Donohue paid ver- DDT" .
H.
S WUME.TCA'L.F Co'1
41, has another. Job there, a big additionto' J' ified for non-reaidants. : 5 : et.tip

the Catholic Hospital; and he Fire. Life and Accident. .Insurance. _
doesn't ask bids for the painting, but ..... ORANGE AVE. '
'". ays to Derloorn: ,"Go ahead Deri- Bonds. PRLAIMDO

R earn and give me as good a- job ... i Indemnity .' ,"
"' did the Institute.. . Mean $ $'" made to all who
I you on : That's the< ". -'YrikF'eF'ti ir'P'RFNotice ,
Y ot ,best paint job I ever" saw.*' ..... 1 JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY ; m
t t.1 Or them. In .
'. "The question Is "was: Deriooreright wear style
ID painting Devoe" when be badneed Sell ,
of Application to the
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to paint lead and oil" ,' ease aDd durability, "ShIeld Brand ., -.- . --- -- .
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That Isnt quite all. Lead and Interest of Minors, in Real toe the nmrk of perfection. -
tis. Qtl I.. expected to last three years. If Estate. 1 ;'1>>iw __ ""__i'ItiWN'! _iW"JIW"' ''' t
!u 1. "r !9ft.....n had used lead and oil, there ; ,. .01.0 IIY .e"'I"IIL "fygRGnANT. ONI. : I
'-'.}' "'wouW have, been aaor.berwJob three :.Motioele: hereby Given that the uncIenI1I.
'years ago for him or somebody: else Lola U.Ad--.aa cuaidian for William H. M. C. KISEIt CO. Maisu1 tai: ": i :' ': ;

*. The Institute took 200 gallons Deroe Anderaoa. .... U.,.Aadenoa. Haeaal B.Ande*., ATLANTA. CAe I T5HJ! : INN": I:

and six years, when Donohue aaya-Hs tbe IMIa B. ....-.- minor..... of J.mes A" An.d..s. 4 41nIts'

best paint jobe be ever saw." If be. ......... win applr te the Heaorable W. ,It. U .: ..l
; bad used lead and it would 'have a..J____County "..... la and for OceaniaOoaatr. .1
cost about $2,200': 'OUr) lobe two paint FIaotda.at t...'eIoek,.. nv, .n/the 18th the
.f lobs (elx and three years ago) and dar of Mar.A.D. 1...,.at his.....1.1tIM a_ 4)01

f' .,be hungry for paint again. ': Oaoaola county. Florida for authority to eolith, __ _ __ Sat
*" S Derloorn lost tl200 of business and lateraet of the afmaaald anlaore te and. the n.-; P....,... -- I. Now for the Ion
? : 'took.tbe; risk of making Deaobue mad land situated and betas;In tboeeuaty'of Oaoaola REVIVO Open. Reception of Guests,, | eu>i,

'and,'losing his business forever; all and State of FlorIda. and.nor particularly- Osceola County H.'t I. t1a. *Klwit
to save' the Holy Family Institute aerihed..f......: '. RESTORES VITALITY in the [
Beautiful
tl.200 besides the fuss of a paint Job. N.W.Uof l.'W.; ( anal N.M of 8. W. H ofS.W.KI Eas City of 1 l'

; Was Dericorn right or wrong 'as' a eelM lralna-K. C. e..d &; W. K of Abstract ''i. aDJ
Company
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'painter and.which- would you paint ,B.W.1 U....w.,four ehsiss.Booth ten cbalaa.Eaet ., a \ xrt

;,t ..jour. church. . lead and oil 'or Devoe? : roar ehal_ North.. chain, also. ....one Weill.. FLA.. ...
------- - - KISSIMMEE "!
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Yours truly saw"'aaNlIa8.'W.'a aeetion __B "H In 'C

Sy ,T.:::w VDBVOK &.Co,. eeettea....aUu...touiteea. M W M of N. w. S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER. 'Till of Me." -. Ala

M aad S(.H of If. W. HUll a J If YON Do.'t' N.&.U 01 If.W. U....N. I-Mof: >. W. Mand .A.'C> :y '4aJ
N. W."of II.II:.".... 8. W.U of 8. B." and Real estate t prodtaeeai" Mate rMajltaTtai:Ea r. I ....

..uooeed the first time use Herbloe and N. B.K of.. L.U ,,,*. DB ...... JAIta th.. Titles examined and reported on p<>werfallraa J' :,you wiilgetlastantrellet, .The great and four and 8.1:. "of 8.W. U end W. U of a. Tare paid for non-residents VMBST. ems oa ree-ala their tout BaDBOodTanii I )1'i;i,
tint liver regulator. A positive cure E. >t eaetioa ......'- E.K of E. .X aeetton Instruments relating to real estate- '' old udng men 1tEvVO.nn.T renover la their rostbf.l vigor:: I .' ,.

for constipation. dyspepsia malaria, i twenty.a.L U of N E. .'( ***** twentyone.K.HandNHofM. carefully drawsCorrespondence'" morn Ner.ossn.s. quickly Lost fed Ht,8e.galetly l ''I'* l
: _R chills. and all liver complaints. Mr. ". ..... &.W \i of N.W. weak.wauoht.7.stpow.rPatHo,tiettory. TERMS: v.
-il C-, of Emory. Texas.'writes: !'Myt 1,section_tr-t_ allewtloa twontr bc. all Solicited. exrnaa VTaatlnaDUwaaea.a..d I..d..re.and efloeu. of.aelf........ or IC4C
wife has been using Herblne for, herself In township tw ntf-.IK. Roars thirtirt AD ... Mady.buaTaeaaorinBrHBira. It ..CI'" one for '
and children for lave year.. :'It espt 8. of 8. _&io.,_ AUuo.-. janloft-lyr starting. at the seat of dbmse.bat.otl7IIy le a great. nrea $2 to( $3 per Day. A V ,.

?. Is a sure cure' for constipation land ss aU ..n.sptetMoto )rWMn5.EK: ".aMdoa Ed siettbos.AU.... . .. . .- SEJT.'LT't.1. . ..".. .....*.*..aa ckeekaaadr l. > brl.st.s r rov
w. malaria fever whlob is' substantiatedby N. E. U.... N. W. .'4.f 8.; K .etas -- .lOri...the arc V ..da. U wards $10 .to'.4 Week. '
what It has done for'.my famtl).." .mnteen, .\1" township twontj+.eu. Rang pr<<* blacdl, liual.ba....... MEVIVo OB .p.. per ,j .. 'andis
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Lout M.A.._. i ,
Bold by/loberson's Pharmacy. thirty. CITY BARBERSHOP n.o&b"r. It can be earned IB vest poo..... IJw
5n. anrl- 'Cuardlaa for thai afnreaalil mlaon" m.11. .,
.100 . .
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,. ,_. '". f ., ClAy". free adyl_ counsel' to all. wao wlah... Meal Tickets; 21 Meals,. $10. p.
with .
+, Of Interest. T. Farmers.,. \ 'Citation i of Administration... 1 Now Open'for,Business lOYAL parast.alEOWINI CO.* Ohoalal'8 Marine W free...L, .CMossa.adHraea Ml .t'.i. ,, broken o "'
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f Intereatof horticulturist and truck In Ctremlt Comt '{ 'By the Coast, Jndr . In Patrick's Old Stand. For sale In Kissimmee, l"'la.,aiy the .

farmers over the state 1s centering' In Oac.oUC urt7prtoHda.< of 8aed Couaty... Klsalmmee Dru&Co..,. druga-I., ..rtal,1D6
tbe meeting of ..-Florida-- Horticultural .:...--- ;
: Whir r. II: L D.O.e eUee* bee applied to' "
society which will ,be held In St.Petersburg : this Ooort for I.tten of AdmlnUtratloa OB the' GOI

.4 May, 14, to 18 IDClu.l e.I Slob of Jerrr M. Potter ............. of .the ,NEW. 'CHAIR', FRaCHFIWUPILL8.f !....'
'41 any farmers of variousoountles have Gosh OeeenlaTBMeara.tharefara.toclt. 0 . NEW RAZORS WDWBDW'aA D Harry W; Thiicman
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expressed their Intention of attending >e ... "' -'. all ,. A) Wr
' this meeting 0-especially: to- secure .and'etanlarihe) ktodrai aaA creditors of ealdoaoaawd. ,\. NEW_ ,EVERYTHING ___. _... ._..__ '. Into
'pointers from the celery men of ;the I .tokaaadappMr bye tie c-i'en I II [I!awe .' -..:.=l-=II ner.e1e <

e vicinity of Sanford, this crop' having I er before the ftftb.dar of hta*. A,IX 107.Bad UetJa I ..__. wW___.....,....11W.Y PROPRIETOR.WE !r WJ

..: 'att.ractelJat' ';Dumber of small It.....If say thr...... to tbe Ranting*. .Satisfaction ''Guaranteed. I ---Mywa-, ---..-. . .' .. 'gladCOR

I I" 'I j 1-growers.' ...' As afenaaU .*he..wl.. the. amme win beranted .. . .. :.E..........._'f"V..s.. c tIil <<. ....
v. 1 Irrigation will be one, of the most ( .. piafooV.Wltaeaaav pOr . i,
'. important subjects discussed at the IMMBO aei C.satr.'t.ds..1Ft e .. .n1oNOTARY ,.AV. '' I
%: ,meeting a* Btj irloud several County aforeeeld.. this lad days A......1MT: For ,Sale By' Osceola PharmacyraiplsoFraRO
?, ', papers bearing upon phases (Baal .W.B.JOHNSTON. -- - ads
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"". "- 'fj .o( i.b1a".orlc'" situ' be'-. read. 'by well W.J....**; CoaatrJadse.. T M..'WrtiLSON, JR.,, KEEP A COMPLETE LINE-OF BBS fend
known prsallos 'men. Attsr..yfoePiUfYat ) . .
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BtOt arurlblist' ,"OTICU. .her
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: .:- ' 'ji' tiinftet"'fiom??belim.tum'oe "Notice l is beNbi QlverP( that 'the .Real Estate Agent. ......."..'.'..' tbeIr afly.agp..rarrtNr-er...- av toM......to WHISKEY, WINeS :AND Big: :.''W
:1 a thtseagb b.Ir.YNnigsd"'- [ toed
';* for DaI1ant'a"SDow Liniment Council will receive 'bids .for one KISSIMMCE. .- FLORIDA: I u1In&.u gad pat. I r
'II' r : :r.f]' IngHalck: wllef. b.. a snre scavenger under the following condition I ..._ ... N foes......1IO'IIIIaWa--mash 1IaIf_.. I UIJ

.'f .f oore:for: s prat as,,. rheumatism,' -conr *: Bald-scavenger to- furnish one r-- : -... -- --- --:- : are....+o..d. 1J.'adeer. w..lIaIIq.. era lI's

? \ ,: .....-s mnsoles and < all:,pains-and good horse and wagon, to, devote full floe c.., 1a. p.dsees Cdl./ II'c... WHITE! looui. .
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b '- ......Ui ...Breach' of. all.., "Prioe"JII5o.'E' time to scavenger sod street work to Notice. -- ROSE S'AlOo'I .bl\

x .tm":7 R.', Smith* Tenaha, rive bond In the sum'of five hundred, Notice Is'hqteby i given that the City 'A..VANS>AONE \
+ t 'sve need Ballard. dollars bid lobe received .at regular .; Tax books will:close promptly on 'p. >V, .. '
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p : tn myfamily for jrsarsa meet.lq.J'JQe '.4bb 1907. M 7:30 Nay'7-6,b,1907 tax payers wm please i I, r .; \

";'''aad rr 'It .flea. ,remedy tor mW Council reserves the,,,right. to. take: notice.an4 be, governed accord |I ATTOHKEV AT..LAw....,..; i j :- 'NEf.i
.. t :all .. asd se's.' .X recommend U ject any and all bids. P'I ttllfly. !i, P..C. HoDote .. I .AND.NOTAKY PUBLIC L. tt, . ..ilmSOj. J tbw
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