Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 24, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00282
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OMMIN l( fNf.l c&S: I I I Evans and his able" corps) of.- teachersare l m lone altogether' ,"78 mile Iii''differentooalltles : :. \ -, ,
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; to ;be" congratulatedupon the have been completed' 10 r : ,remit JHITIUTI8NftF i 'i ?,person butohteru* or* UUtMaaiML_ ,W
1Joaa'. ta. >a uZan
% (Of HIGti harmonious] manner la which they. 'Last week 330 cars of rock' ballast .. J i *' :**:, .? d.'
THE deetroy or'remove UM .raaarit .
Is'MiIiMlt: _'
hive' worked together/ a'ell asas were distributed and' 35,100' cubic '
It Wftl Be Coin OItWt. DuraWe) VI .. brand 11'0II1'MIP blt.- 'or the'eav' .
the : r tr, ,'
upon progress :and advancement yards of dirt and rock were moved 'j
aolmalwlth'the( inteat '*
to smpf'rses flaw' .
I An Auspkfats Opening Wednesday made by: the pupils,; under Sanitary'agd.Cheap:. bT thirteen dredges,, eight land 'excavators .BiepreseottlVe'. ,W|ba gan ha* Intre--;; ) ,
their able 1
'and 'painstakinglnetruot! and six': grinding camps. duoed the followincr.'Jblll; ,, ,of Interettto animal? l '
Evefliflf By, the'.Depai1me t off Watnlngton, May. 22.-Paper: 'i. tobe' ', .
ion:<; "The dredge George W.. Allen has raisers" .
\ used in this Country for the. making resumed work; The Orampu. U. stock. i Sec.3.., ham" VlolaMott>; I..*., prevision .. rA "
un.lergolng bill .
Expression.'Commencement ., ,alt sorts clothIng A to be entitled, mnd'.oi 'probib1Ntsa'tbe of .\ . {
.. Dredge Klssimmee Resumes, Work.' of of wearing apparel-- repairs. Dredge No 4 i.. at. *. this; act shall .be; Bsmihe4;
exercises '. of various kinds( bats and ilb e., mutilation of' .marks and by.:Imprisonment in' ttte* jail
at the High
Long No. 3 Js coneyrt
Key., at MIamL"One
The dredreboat brands domestic t.
United Klssimmee hided
States of
on animalsand
manufactured l for pot .
Scbool are always looked forward to The fabrics h'om'paperpronouDOed and three-quarters miles'of more;;. than one .1'.
,i- which has been undergoingrepairs tobe4u.ble. sanitary, the potsessloo of such hides','eo I 'Sec.4 It. shall M. the of '.u' tf Uf"I '
are duty k
.i 'by th people..of Klssimmee with! many main track Were laid last, week.., .
for some; time, left Wednesdaymorning 'lDut.Dated. and i' providing for'thesearch ; '
happy anticipations. l 'faot. ''It is comfortable and cheapand they are "Considerable work 'was done '.at sheriffs, deputyJsherlffs'ooutabh.; ;
tno..of the steamerrioseada, .0'be of immense beneficence., and seizure of. earned police officers,'and ladle ,
always red }letter day-or week-In the Snake Creek/Wfllsos'e Opening 'and ,fe.p.eteNu,1\ r
.t annals of our local 1 happenings.' for South. port to continuethe, govern* S..ralmoa"b. 'e&'Ob.. attention ndlan while the work Be It enacted' by the,"Legislature. toy' in their reepedtlvs JurlsdlbUoM,. and '
Key, '
This wits ment ,work' : of improving. the navigation the State, Department was},* -called to on. Long* the State. of; Florid f ; they are hereby ', em-, ::I<
'year is Do".acep\loo. a Key viaduct was b... ; *'
very '
of the. ; Section 1;. From and after '
Kiislmmee Hirer
route thepassage
evidenced by tie larf e "crowd whicht the use of paper yarn in the raanufaoturs "Tbe work In the at Miami powered,' to enter any phed, bafidinr'
The dredge Is In command of Capt. the yard of this :act It wille'; uplawful] barn 'pasture w v
fathered at the auditorium !..r\Y'ed- of textile fabrics. It was in the Or pe.T or,1 other ... .,
consisted rebuilding steamer
.(fjseday evening' to witness the, ex Bill Knight, and Is ..manned by the Invention Frail Clavleimanu- St.'. Lucle. repairing'' the Wanderer for an- person,have 'in 'his, possesiton closure or place or part. tberof :wttti f', ;
.. (oiling crew! Lawrence PartlnMate; ; the bided of domestic '
ad erolsea by the Dep"rtm.o, of Expressloe facturer of Saxony The department .qd "buildingbarge Now 0 and piledriver : any orlwiihoutwarrant; 'inwhicb''th.y ..
J. A. Mabry, engineer.P. A., Yates, animal,'the' 'mark: or 'the brand'' of have louse '
which is presided over by Miss ; instructed. ate consular officers ID Sax Nov, 'e. good tox'snspeot. .that:'see*.
boatswain R. B. Bowen aod J., E. which has been mutilated. destroyed hides yl
; caretullne.t.tea of are being law
Nancy E. Blaslngame; B. B., who ony to a "On the extension work 166 laborers kept,"contrary to ;, \
1.i.}A 1 is making an enviable' reputation. Bbsrpdredgehand.andFred' Geer, the invention and submit' 'reports 'on were recel Yed. The total force at the or'removedwttn' the.finteat' to prevent and to eelse \be,, and &I'I'eM\\ ,.t..:: '. "

cook. Uas possible, One of ebe '' the Identification of the animal. peri Db.Y1D the, same in. his '
people\ aa a teacher. soon as end of the week this p a> >t'
among our was .Z.8C9, being
The first work to be done Is to ; from'ykhlch the hide'was taken. "
rer be received session; and forthwith '
first detailed reports to :'oar.tltee ; '
tt Miss Blaslngame has a very largeotsss .D..sDereaH'oC, 308 . M
pair tbs bulkhead on.the right side of has the-previous Sec.,2. From ,and, aftertbe- passage person to II"? nearest .'' .
,It and it was.found impossible to J it came .from Carl, BK burst, week.,"* t. oonrtJurisdiction :Jfty.. .,. ,
'f; r. crowd h<.r entertainment. Into one the'entrance to Southport, canal' and United. States Consul at, 'land. Be I of this; act .it; shall ,be:unlawful, of ClI.llobtolr.aoe; : S (t'' .1f,:',. t.,.,.....,
JJI build a bulkhead on the. left side. forwarded" on' the Stop OnaIII1. '"
: not only a report
/ evenlng, so'it was decided to devote '
% The available appropriation now' Is 'but sent along with'-it samplesof '' from ,,' J '* .:.It.; cl,
subject, II rheumatism .'
{i ( both Wednesday and this evening to '' 'you suffer or *

h, the exercises' by her clan.b about twelve thousand dollars; land the goods manufactured. from. the patn.'for Ballardta Snow Liniment BUDDED: ; TSREIS .,- ) ,: ,
the work mapped 'out-- extends. fromSouthoort I will bring quick: relief. I* is a sure :
yarn. i'J.
The of this paper
patron department are : ,'
cure for 'sprains, rheumatism
Istopoge. Creek oonracted .
highly gratified with. the showing In Consul'Hurst's opinion the In'vention muscles and all -and <

"t. made by: be pupils'Wednesday ..evening '. Oq Wednesday morning Just before likely to revolutlonlee'the, within the reach of all. .pains Price'?5c, Islesworth Nurseries.J.'WHOARO : ,; < :.t'c'ClIAt3 ;1

e!i' ; ,'and i'probable that the exercises leaving, Capt. Knight bad Photocrapb.r maaufactmre.of. clothing and solve ,a. 60o. ,tl.OO. C. R Smith Tenaba,, .. A : ;
Lancaster. wringhis camera the same time, the problem of 'cheap Tex., wrltest "I have used Ballard'sSnow .. ; " .
for tonight' will be greeted I 01'1. ,
1'1- ..$ full house., b'l down to the wharf and photograph I attire. He say that the cost .of the and have Llnlmeui found in it my a fine family remedy for years., tor . .. -$!',A 00., pPOPRirroBSWe .'. ', ,, AaN'Jh.1. '. .(t'I J.";<

l./. The following program" was most the.dredge, and her crew:' m.tetl..l'rot.D ordinary suit of clothes all pains and aches. I'recolDDNlDell'foJ' I.,\ .I' '!. ..

excellently: rendered Wednesday even r made of th. paper yarn fabric probably -, pains In the chest." Sold ,by >lll have ready ior D.hJ'aif.Dc+ .'Winter planting a aenerat'assortment -: \t 1-

Gamljlers Pinched. would, not exceed $!, 'and he Etoberson'si. Pharmacy. Of Orange and Grapefruit Tree. of all leading -, 'I'. .,.;, 'v'qIles. ,. .
ing. ,
: Our
} trees are budded on good,'healthy rough Lemon and' \ ;. .
that the 'clothing
c PART I., Marshal FJC give assurance Notice Sour Orange roots'gnsratteed free trout f .
; Bodges rounded up : aavarwaw pests of any JUIB11., "'. < .\ ;
Duet.0 gamblers' would be as durable and of as good All budded from bearing trees In cur grove and therefore true to 1. trd
Instrumental. t ., '-. STRAUSS a bunch of negro in one of The June examination foracners ,11: -m 'j, :J
regular 'Dam"l Our
A Mary Carson and Grace Jolly the shanties. down OD the-golf roundslaeTue.dsy'and appearance as that, made from' high; facilities for growing' nursery: stock, are second to .:: ,
will 'be b.ldh.. courthouse none and our trees are as fine as mox.ey and twenty year's 4ij;' A'ienoe ''
Six Love Letters v .. ,. 1oC ., . \ had them. before priced, goods r ; exper. :; : ,
Virginia Maklnson., up 'The consul explains that the. fabricis beginning 9 o'clock al: m.Tuesday can produce. We are mrklsg.a specialty this. season of the "i ,.
C lrot'Inllt' .' .. .f .. v Mayor Kurpb'WeclOesd.T morning.. "'....a..q. June 4. Teachers will bring ink !.famonsCallfornla Valencia Late' which la destined to become;;tale I" *< ; '
nheets of '
money-maker in t
not merely paper greatest
yMartiny0Berryr. There were eight In the crowd ;..ixmen Florida Our Valencia bud ;>come'dl-< ;\ d-:
butt genuine fabric woven paper. etc. root from the bent bearing' treea in the dUtrict famous ". '.. "
Prince Arthur .' V. SHAKESPEARE and two Five oftbe"menwere getber, . for produelng .-: ..;
women. '
'' the best -
Valencias .
In VWrita >
The book be A
woollen- goods are following text; , -"r111' California. :,
y Laurence Cam just as cotton or A "
fined &. '
920 each and We. '! .
Instrumental. Solo Last Rose of the In the woven from a yarn spur from' wood used: Orthography Reed's Word for Prices. to '.1w W. HOARD-;Dotha Ra.. ot call'and see/;our; jSluir, ".
Summer 0". ., <.' a ( vv: w. Joel,. .WhUe' women Were not,, fiber.' Ilis quite4' as pliable '.. any Lessons C ;' Reading, Any Standard .. .- .
: Florida *
: Ruby Ellis. .;, tame the Ma.or..houl'bt. they should: Reader;, Composition Maxwell and at.YTajo fon .Midland RiR, ( ... '
:E . ." '.. . . fabric, is washable &D4e..Uhan4IH. .s ,
.How Get
h' tp not encourage.such sports by their a
Mired Smith's Writing in English Arlth-. .. ,
/ ; -
J. Wlno. and assessed them ten dol. It appears from Mr. .Hurit's report .' .<\' .... ..' ,,., .'
t Aunt Sarah on Bicycles ,oj.'; PHKLPSVirginia presence < that IlerrClaytes bus'been engaged Inenloplo' metlo, Milne's Standard; English MwatK 4
f' Tillw.; Tars each. Six of them paid .their '. Grammar Metcalf's United States } .
.... : his ''Invention for many ;
'".t, (.) Little Boy Blue .. ../ ,,. FIELD I fines, amounting. In the .'Jrre&w.locludllllr & accidental discovery History,, Field's Grammar School; "i

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\\I l; Jim Miller, *;but a result from a long aeries Florida Qtstory, Fairbanks''; Brevard .: lts. >
them sent tO-.tha lock-up. .
were '
, and Bennett's Geography, UedwaT'. ,
f{ M IBg-.B1m Feel at Home Z : of experiments. For many'years the ; ;
.:t'; r ", t.- . . BELLE!: LOCK.: Inventor has been laboring' logicallyand Natural Advanced(;Physiology, Cole- ,
:t. ... ,. ElonGuloe.: H\ Katz Buys fell Block. man's Elements"of J INQRAM des .OU.IBERT"; Pro : <: : : 'v'' \\T
succeededIn ; CIvIIGovernment' :
;SK;! Bobby Sbaftbl .. '., v '. ..' .., GAItLNsMa : persistently, and finally : .! ,. ,
.; conaummatr.ct''OD Wed, had Yocum's Civil OO'erOmflDt.Alrebra.;; ; i
..., Graven.PARK A deal was achieving the. results be .long
', If. 'I'I need ay bv whlon Mr. M. Katz becomes sought.' In Saxony. and in some other Kline's High School!;, Pbyiloal'Geo.' '

,,I>' : owner. of the Fell, brick block. In ,continental. countries) the Invention alp i aehy, Tarry New; Theory .and ) LIVERYSALE and :BOARDING
Duet Galatea ,. . 8t1EliuDor
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which he has been doing business for ready has proved an Important 'com* Practice, for; first gradVoertiaoatesHomo's I II '
and Ellis.Perkins'
: Vao Duzor Toboggan 811d.Ruby .' . : s number of ':te..... This property 'meroial suocei, ''' Physiological. .p;." clpl...of II!!.' ,_ ____. _' __. ,_,r. -' ..... ........,'.

.. 1- : . . .: .. ,PHELPS w. purchased from Mr., .C.; A. Carson Patents'r hare., been' taken' out Education (Parts" .1. ''and. 3 for June; I "" \_. ."" ."< .c.._. .... ,

I Nathan. Bryan. . recently,by' Harry. W.t Thurman on It In'* all oountriei"of the Parts and 4 for,) September;.; For :WQl1 equippe.t:.w1th:,* "owiStpck$ autl "Vahi idg'flTi: 4 .

One Day Solitary TBOWBRIDQBCharlejTOverstreeta who in turn sold 'It. to its, .present world. The paPer' Jars baT been second 'and'' third/'gradeoerLlflcatee; i ,prepared: ,JD,e
S Ise PENDEB owner. Into conceivable kind' ,of Tompkins'',Pbyslologj; of. Teaching, faitiori ft ',
f Dpod, MBS. FREDERICK woyen every ,:; ., r t "': ':f ; i..
,, i : beeo'mads .. ,
J Maurine Dann demonstrations have
Fabric;; and ,
o'- ., .. .. .,. of Its wonderful wearing"qu.lI.'el r -" > K nr ." ,
t Belle Harris ', "
Mattle .
;' ,t Herr.Jf Clavlea"-does-i,;not disclose :. .''". 4. H AVY, .t: UUWa A1\ (fl "
; I"V. . Hf _"
Instrumental, .. Mary SoloMezurk.i"'t'Carson.fl: / i $# TornGTger'a<, keleto1s| ;m: :'Fort;" ,,the. process of !manufacture' ,' as , fie' Held on H, ard'a' Isle d .:. 'J. '. ' " '. ., .. ".i.' <'.. '...' ' J" ,. "
Rival Orator-: .,. : '.*." .;'i\t"( J ''iJ; ,J t '" Pierce' Express: 'Office! ; -" that is a..secret known' as yet, to few '.Friday,,'2'tll., ' ,, :.. . , , . . ,

i Characters:; he has been' forehanded .. . , .,
'* Sammy Sly . Albert Parker The News last week staled Lbatt.b person*; ,but The' Various Sundayschool'committees ' '

k ( .:' Tbomsj Trotter . Ilsrvey.Collier bones of,Chief' Tom.Tiger, "hleb'w rtt mougb to complete1 arrangements for appointed to decideupon a .' t

PPnwmiso.-The IlolyClty . . t''ISung stolen, away' .in January,, had been the. establishment in' America of. plantsFor '' desirable place to_ hold the. annual XndjSee ,* .. '' 1/

*( by Mrs. O. M. Urlttaln. ;)l. shipped to Florida be restored to the maDulact.. re,;'DOt only of t.he' union i Sunday-school ,picnic: met! ,on I. . ..
+ Nine. Girls. tOn their proper place in'the Everglades' ,.ro"lt.eJr,' but. of ,the. fabrics from. the Monday.' May 20th, at the Baptist ." r .. 1 It': ,.,.. '

1; Sunday morning at llt ... m., A box supposed 'to contain. ,.rD." church; After some discussion It was ,All.Sorfs; .. \. .p, ,. .: C

she' Annual Commencement sermon the. skeleton of this departed. Semlouie The technical nameof the yarn: Is unanimously 'decided that same 'be j.4we e ,- I" '-: ,

r will be delivered 11,.. Rev; M., A. chief arrived, Fort Pierce Saturday ,.,I"Un.| Although 1 Is, paper, In asense'it held on Fleming's Island- .on\ .the'' 7th I _, '.. L "Ot ," . ,; .,';' ; '.J" ..1. ',. ....
Co. aboon.-of:the Christian church. night by' express* The bo5 Is,:,addressed I.r quite "different' from the day, of June; .C.;'K.C.rsoo add'dt'E. . . Jo'. ." .,\ '\. II,': " .
Special music will, be rendered by the to County Commissioner PeterRauler.ol Into sheets,' and Is ;'different : Yowellwr, appointed d a'committee, t I. .r ,," ':1". ,

S n Kisstmmee Orchestra, and, singing; by '-,'- who lives at _Tantle.' and also from 'papler-machel. It la a : confer with Captain <..Johnson- ,r NEW\ THINGSt. ::! ( X , f :

\} a trained boy choir from,; the school.l be has been lotUl.d of their arrival. thread made from'special! prepared. I gird to "getting, the ..Roseada and > Cd aDd, ad. tho' . ::..:. ;.''' :j. J ...... 'I '.

Monday evening the annual debate The shipment was made from' .Brooklyn ' wood flbert 'I. U not. brittle as paper I barges preparatory. to transporting .. 0/ J For' '.,,'-.:'.'I'. : : .st '" 1"

1 I,:; 'by the Phllomathean Literary.jSoolety but no marks''were' 'apparent-- to ."rlIlIrJ.,its surface i. softand smooth' Ltte.picnickers to and from the Island. '. "li." 'tIC ." t j ', ,', '

ffl will occur !. .The question for: discus. -. show 'who" was the shipper.! Mr. and it does not shrink'.as' much .. : The following 'executive committee{ I NewStandard' (I. ',,-' .. "I '" "

don will bet R'a'ulerson cloth does.. 'n" le not I '\
I is expected' In town this ordinary *fas"appointed.which} will appoint a ,;. 'f :.' I

if... 'I\esolved' That Lbe'raUroadi.t.ealU'' . week to seoere.the box. and..return. the affected ' Dollt.ur..1! committee on arrangements:. C. A. > .:, ,'J'
1'; .hlp,-.telelrrap and telephone svstems contents tq the. Indian. .and may be.washed', precisely as 'if I Carson D.,.C. Lee, O E.-Yo'well and 'y "' : "

It: ot the United Spates:\ should) be owned It "ui be remembered by those' familiar . It were made of cottpnv: 'It can be dyed i G. Fj Parker! ashion'Sh@tMen,s' / ., >;;

t'hand operated by the. government. with the occurrences of. this readily, and hold the- most delicate '' The following apportlonmente'were 1 t, ,

The affirmative. will be represented: grave robbery .that Mr' Raulerson colors) tenaciously' 'It Is snowy white made:, based on: 'the'. average attend ,

sTby Cba: O'Derry. Mamie Wood all, acted as guide to, ,Flournoy on ,hi* when bleached and scarcely' ban be a nice of each, .school to' defray,, extpenses : '

v HarTey Collar.\ Albert' )Parker:;' ,and expedition to the Indian .villages and distinguished from' oottoo-yarn." Con'sul Incurred: Baptist school $20; ? IT'S.'w On n sf; .

the* negative by. Charlesverstreet; trading posts"when' he' visited them Hur* says'.It combines,, the Igoodqualities ' Methodist $13; Christian 7.60.Pres-; , ,. ..,.. :' .. ', I':"
e Wllla Gilbert; Martin,Q'nerryl- ,and In ".Duari. and was' the first 'to bringto 'of both, cotton. :and linen I byterlan; 'b'a total of $47.50. It uTustratesT.tite.uptodatie most' ." "l,' I
,Very 'Ioonr"esd.t ,' 'the coast news of the. anger of,;' the good at about one-tbir.7of the cost'ol .The tneetloar then adjourned; hop. .. '

: : evening";the annual Declamation ; IndIans'aLd t.h.lrt.h"'at'of, vengeance" the former and oll -teDtbb.; cod. : of lug that all, the 'schools would put styles inawy.tfut'wiB rand ;,GfiiWretfsWear -,

+1 Medal .Contest-will be held. for the.desecration of the. '''grave ol. the la t&.fr.. forth their best efforts: in helping to ., ''t .. w(

This Is usually one of the'most:, Inter* their chief.. ,Having? known Mr*; Manufacturers who already are 'en make tbe'plcnlo a,most-enjoyable oc deIight ,: .3 av

Jesting eventof, C Commencement' and Raulerson;' the relic bunter probably gaged in spinning/ the yarn" do cot; casion. : : '

this year 'trill be no,;:ez eptloD., ,Following thought it'beat tosend' .16e t bones to manufacture, the. ,fabrics. '.TheT.Impl'l. ',. + '
ceDt.e.t.aot.nd, theirrjgbjects"N On' account of the extremely low t 'r't
e' to
are him, when things got too, ,.anQ.- for furnishthe-va'rn 'L5'
i .. him to keep them.longer. '/&. facturers, who -"re..I' into' ..various "'the.lake C pt...: Johnson hisdecided . : A. :; ..

t 7TBelle OverstreetWhat, Are.the This will probably close the Znculenl' fabrics, Ito 1 being used largely, to I It., 'would be ,impossible'for < t'' 't

Wild Wsvei Saying!' so far as it effects 'u. locally. How; the manvfacture.ofre. floor' ;eovrlngsi. ; : )blm'to,transput: the large crqwd, who 'STANDARD: ; -N" ;h I

Eleanor Van' Duzor,.:."The:Uncle.. ) ever'U'r.. Flbarnoy has been' Ind.jctfrd and quantities. ;, of ;1'11aod/ carpets' would attend the picnic over;;'t4,. the : tt AT., ," ,

:Albert Parkerr-VOl: plokett's, Nell.!" by tie grand. jury of Dad"..ebuiity'. : made from' xylolln, now :are.on: sale' Island and :anotherYmeettng'o!: (, the : "

Mary Carsoq- ,"'ltocrates. Unooks.: and.;'i'way: not' ,ber the' "clo.e of 9} the I in this country. . J : committees was held last'' night at the .PATTERNS10c.uu.15c tie<, : d ,

Annie' "Carson ..:.. Bufu, Versus in '; far., sis he ...' 'conO Baptist church: when it 'was 'decided I .K"A'T''ZS"I :,j 'I' ..
.af.d.r- \
to for the I 'v :
fist EXteBtlOn.Speaking postpone t.bep.oalo present.Tbr
+ 'Pickwick.II' t1rr Jfo'rt.Plei'oe: News.7f'or.. ?.? Coast ** eeelr
I .. .' ; ...n . ,
-f ': ' \ 1 Florida .be., (F"
Vlrginla''tiler.'The'Ltttle'Newe, : a ,awsja, .s */' about tbe'eztensionTof the Agriculturist, the I ft fttbrt.w ;
bo,.u -. / Coast. agricultural"fiaper in 'the State, and : ,
j J. Sale Florida East Railroad from '>" . ,, .
the Gazette -
Valley for tl.75
. per year.,
Verner' 1JUls-"The .Dealt ..of 'l aPayette. Miami'toward* Key West, the Miami State. x u 7
."'' r\ I IT.]<"?f};;.'rooms; two.stOry, : .: dwelling; News says:' agent.will: call on you.- J ..'" ;;. . ..: : J C, '. ' .- .
,01 0' '
t wnice hade ...... "
lnjf: 3
;; sores
,Commencement will) close on pr-i N "Beginning; at Homestead, 'the road

+ aesd'ay eyening'wlth: the gr.d.iUng lihd. 'set li?,,Ofange, trees.,' stable': ..D4.a..laae .Is completed for 'a.' :,d1.t.aDce"Clf 21 Everybody: .irs'ir---. ..., ... .lad....1I11Ie1lWde 9httenwilE.sln..ind t. _;_nd1.Kyyood' w "''::0\\ n
the lake -- rrietton
".owe; near & fine t. r..L.
exercifes.when'tbe. following"young ; miles on the mainland of Jewfish creek: ., O..h'CfuiIDW.ka .... ....._.. na... .. "t
view,, .Pirloe.?!2,2CO; terms. '\!, Ellert.- ..r with ......"'_.... '
isdies'and" gentlemen" will Vender.theirs Flfte/A i acres,'five room cottage. fur- Thence Ik crosses to Key Iargo'wbere , r That' our:'Stock Is complete, npHO*> I.......ef. ,', Y1'Y1. ...-a ... p 'Yeews C
J essays and orations and reoeivo their I there are 20 miles of'comDI.W track, .a&e:an< 'out the 10...... --'t, ,' tIae'-____ '!
s nlabecQ .
diplomas, Misses' i ,Mattle Prevatt,, : and on which train are running. > k'- ,; : ..r' ..., --.. ", 1
station, three mllee'. from,'tows., '' .. : ...... d oMALSBY
fr \Camllle; lorrlsoaMamle'Woodall 'Thaj'it,will be seen that'counting i '' ,
;' ," .f A'r ;" >* '...... .. .. ,
: 'and Wllla.Glbert>> and- .Messrs.' Chas.Overstreet :> Price,* 0560., ; term*. .' the line'between., (Miami ''and' Homestead ''E B' '-- ?
lotL'on'. lake ; Sts: R'OS. l!
Seven large front, at !J{ J
apd Chas'P'Berry.' ._ '. .the track has been'finished for "
I'l 9 .
$ 8up'iW.'J.:'Sears: (\wlll award the each.0' J'YWuiaow; : ;.Ja.stub .' a dtetsnoecf 78 miles south.. of ,Miamito ,. "-" ..... .. ". '' .

*li>lomast u central supply staNonJ a:point\ fce- ''J.', I ,1// I
\ and.medals. ..J- .. >" ', : .' for the } Jo. .... .. -..
OO5i A rate. of 11.'I* par veer ..... .ftIIIIN. ; ':
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of tiedtowee:
t ; pact year.bss.been one ; Valley Gautte and: tfce FMrHaAgrlcwlturlst. twe.n"Upper. : 'I' '- ( "',' ' I

most 1,' years ID tte; hto 'Two -of the bat* papers. ).to. I' &It..', , L. ,u I'C tai; MIr4fI'wr.i.'sM: //t. l MACHINERY COMPANY

,-' "b7pt''rool r" "' : .' ., : ." ,..'4 I ,.: sadk PrteoiMlsuoetssfa ', -:...: ,?the 8>a4ss.,_'. .', :..: '".>!' 'It' ....:'i"-",',.".- !,',.... 1, fd' !0f tail l10.. ..!hi- -!, of r.,:'tr... .c'" ',.W'i'be'. , k.t .. .t ;t..,.., : "''" r .1.."' .".. ? .7j "AOIC$ VILL" ru*.. aa. OCCAM. ST.r I II ti i s,
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Ill 'was shout the only man, who always '
__ _. ,_,. ., .._ : refused to believe' /lli't you.'.worn klllwl.ShuVe I. .. :-;: *,'_ '

IJL vittn-jinl: linnda. iu l ngilln.TlnlMe], : nlgns le'repeatett'Ihe) of" dellvlit.I 1 in Florida 1 E ,:

__ : nliviiys reruiseil *VhyT Ut'CIIIIRO''Will Once More Be Target Doings

I 't,' JfC they lu-i-er (\lIItIt"nr body; the' body for Your Uncle Sam. _
_lM-lf' I I.. Jl piece| of \-li1eiir that xhouldiiivpr .
., W L bo forgotlcn. And noulv the' t ...... .....- :.... .;.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ...... ,r ..... ....... ..... T
d. ..............:.. ............. worcpLet 'Ills .funk ut you. ;None:": : .
(}}, ny WALTER R6SANT.C: HIP worse, 'liellevf ::10' RENEW J'J'E ATTACK Tax Law( Unconstitutional. -' I Smith and Stanley Acquitted.I .

;. .....................y....I.".. ":'\0." tlliid; Tom. "..OIlP. HIP won't, PS. The' tax aesea'sment laws of Florida I'I At "the trial at Milton.of. \yiUlain\

'-:-:/ oept, for WOI' '3:Jiiul iinx'te.ty: ". were declared unconstitutional by Smith, and Joe Stanley. Charged wll
",\lil! vorrlpJ about not liolngiilili Uiu tuuVder si the IhlJ m..mltr. ot ;
.. . .. ,. yon UnitedStates .
,..' -' --- :-- --.,.- --- r-- -= =.: ::. :" to:>> .wape.V ." .' New Indictments Are Ordered and Judge Charles .Swayne in the i the 'Ak'reman taly''ta Sata ;;

lii. III! "\ -1I, to pet:: SII II lit,'Ok... orderlseued' was before CourtCommissioner
s Ins, n nd one expected 'Tried fn States In Which meat the temporary lralnlng T he trial '

CIIAPrRR.13; .: ,"snow punlsheil-la-liM ,by ,biivliie" 110xbeel find. one worrlpil bout the people at I;; They 'Reside.Vashlilglou ' .: a, few weeks ago restrainingthe Clarke and 'not before
In" home and I the (1011Oil pretty bud, 1 the reason +
Continued. lit all to roll tar collector of Walton countyfrom the clf.mltUu magistrate,
'" *'r don't '. Hlx o'clock In HIP mornlnc. Tom put 'no rim tell you'l I, anti llierp 1I..m..1 no ""' -- .,1 proceeding to collect l xor being that counsel, for the defendant
knout Tbot /
p. thing/ A \
: doTa't hi 'into cub und drove $lo hotel ('llIilll'ot( l'u'lIp".lIlId- hpre-- special: says; The I several
which( will nave tau'. 1. know kit a II aril the lands of the Jackaod Lumber when the trial was postponed
welcome mvullsHio \\ 111'1''' l I" KiitliarliicV"'You : goveinmciit' has decided to renew the '
the where t
only place a Judge Wolfe
!whre she in. Pretty rugged/ and Company doing business in another days ago, went
down oi; IUT luck".lIft looked When I i-ptiirnlUHr traveler'' at tlx In HIP menu-oh. yes-I bud '' linotiKotloii !' cases agalnat the so-calleil fertilizer: state, but having large holdings the circuit Judge and, wed oiii ( .

Jf-N saw bar< It wo' then' tliut 1 round IUOI'ulll'J'h..u.llf'/ Jil, mind -:JII"tll ('1\pel."' don't\ know, trust,, before! .the. United States district of Umber lands In Florida The writ,
,, out the Irnlb1 trot e1o Inirrr IhliiR Katharine inuftliaVP Tout. How I plioiiid'I I' grounds' which the bill ('t com' state( Hi. sho>v 'ea-.ise' why l It{ was holdIng .
at Ulclimond Va.
court Abouta
"*'' "Jem IlarrI lime. t.o I-\'P\' t up. lie, would 'ro- "r lj'ft lier lit Itarlpy/ Ilon,e;. wlipr, ,
salt, t, In HIP directmaiiiipr filed by the c6mi>l-tlnants :lie two men. All of. the
plaint wag evldeDce.
.it nlli... Hi- lip-lni .
strain hlmwlf mid "U sat j l"IIII""I'I1" | to rcnnilil. Hut year "ago the government secured
pwullar ..
tw lier KI X-"you. area that they had not been'given' Including' the testimony Of Df" IVVie. *
his lout jouriVv iliilll'ess.
tub utter -
would linvp.a 'HI"' niul.left 110
ECe1111dreL"Her theIndictment and of ',
arrest a large
| ypt.Ijito'a die ugo'ot clvllu's. mid ""Why; lileA.. mywml!" .Mild .'"m..I&ldl'lIly . !the right{ to appear "and ,enter cuntplaintregard'tg , the detptve' who worked up. thecase
liunlinnd have* iii stolener till tills (nut '
't money. Am! n" for \tlio r"lIt.0 were eight when' IIP lute quite !llaliiith. - Imiiti HK.I-nliont four 'Verk. I purls of the country on a'' charge- ;upod their \11'oll'rlyIU'I.I; tiiaiJbe lie accntsed men placed et lll" ;.
l..h..1. 'But lie ronlil wait no. }loigcr. ask If there hope to owners art Attorney J S. I I-ilrd who con-
only part lihe)llt\ MTU any of evading the Sherman anti-trust law law does not give-the right / I ,

".(Jou.t ,hO ft fool Ilat-rlet! ; ,It .",1111 and he >ol out to, wiilk.Tniiv pair l tlilnt."iionc! I It watt no iisi; tcll- 'und sought to secure' the'-'removal to of. real estate''I''to' pretext( or comfilnlii duetto tho ii-osccinlou| , withdrew, Q
for your M k... low eisewould: you : jiloni-pl( 1 I.! ids own "iiiliul I the. .big her Hint I myself liellevcd yon to t>t' an asaeBiiment "made by any taj /rout the case at 'tho' last moment,

q bare. got Hint \'1'111111011'Ih'l't' (ilreAx'' mvpet'fncp, of 1 UU girl niiil her'lovely h.l nllvc, '\\'lIi H:?" Nashville, where! suit was'being. -, assessor of any county. ln'tbe state. .suiting. to the' conrL pll 'ivaaon for do

iJou't cull naiaesbnt, nee If you can'thelp I eyesa.ki11g. Into Ids .oil -o IIKH-C. -.lio_ :JankT'" 1.t\l.I..II..I.; \ ? How did tlio gun, of such' defendants: as resided. The ,order. of that court states In ef inj, w was that Tula ltfo hd been
kll" Hunt.I Iliey would lip full of tc>nr._ Tom linked, lioiirsply. ''
nio out ut-,,111" 'mess' : uuulde ofalha: state of Tennessee.' fect'that the aattttimnient law'of klor.ida hhitnit I ned si.'oul.l' rout Ipun lilt)
dent bniidn lulil in lii" Ht' fur "ns I cnn" judge, .It
unit her "Slip, lopkp l. n* .
"UHI lo I want to i
I 'relative i
'a llve
> to: the assessment jruseeutlon.
101bnt Tho Virginia dcfcnilauts, however ,
Imow' tried to think what sap would very wc-ll. and very UeauOfnl. In deep ,
Ill" did not get beyond tier fore amt liianil inotirnln Tom .but well mid couteiitied that befcue could collection of taxes upon ,real palate, -
"f federal. ,
how will Toni rake. 'it?' And bow\ ('anx cyes' her 11I I1c1R. (If th."n'IIP was very bnnutlful., .i if moved from the slate, the)' ,should I decision
I put it to liimV"' quite Hire, and lie cl'iiitt\ lolhiMii.' HftlfpiiHt "Illrl nli '-dUl I dip seem in poverty, or be' given preliminary h 'aHngs'fu Determine guarantees the process of, taw to JUI ] 11 of.the Oeor11 sup
citizens, and -Is therefore U'lCD tJ.tu court K.: D I Hlirvkwell hau t'I
1'Iltbt lie win opponltp Hut'levHotset distresay"iobsrrvetl 'I
"When Ve go ,fro a here, wliprn me mimcuriii-y of the evidence j1.true
The door opi'tipd. ,und one "f *" tlonal. Whllo the decision wins ren- to 1"lollda to answer to '
nothing. Join stint Illsejen 'rtturll
are ive' to go'hst are we to do? : 'on win" <:,.ii their removal was. I r.
Yon; hare deceived mo .glllll. You the rcftiilcnU came out. It was a girl nub openpil them several I lljue asked. The jsuatalned the goverunieut Jered upon only ono case I It effects charges' preferred' against him. of- ofc'mining -
rmplo.veil In n shop a* raspier. ; her t'OUN. ; in the state, and a move' money under false ijVeieiues.
ought to have told mil everything. rnpldly. "Slip::: was not, to be mire, every county
IIIIK jioini but an
.Youought to.11R'e behaved honest tot hours Wore from nine till eight. HI I..* reused, 1 .foiflip park' ;;: But she! said oil on ap- menl U now: oil foot to have t'.ut ;SiRlslatiire or on worthies chock. Alter Uovcrnor "

that poor .girl: whatever eUe. hap>>- heart began to beat violently. $UI'IO"" nothing u-boitt IUI)' other, dlxtreKX' than pi'SI taken' bclore, tile United naOllths'lI&fOUlld Statessiiprtuic noIII- session tov amend the Terrell!"grunted I requisition' ) for y

I"'" 'il. I never IboulI"ht,that t phould It hud been Katbnrlne lie would wait-" her distress.. on your' (-{'OUl1t.** conn about! two laws so a*, to make them Jfack\ll in favor of the go\--rnor t

b( able to call!:'my husband-" no lonirer. ; "IiMyr Kallnirliip: Jew, you mndo'aprnuilKp against the tovtrnitieiil, but (tonal. C'IIISIIlIl'1 of Florida, Bl'ockwell I sought to procure * I
Minn CoppI sir?" asked the girl wltnout prejudice to is; cute, and ordered : .
; Ohl ;>'rJlJt'TClQ eliooBe to be n lIolphi, liefore I went away-npiomiKp ---' his release. oii a "1'11 of Illbea.
n''JII wad n iienoonier"Then' Is no ," that the dffkMidanta be dls-
vixen mayDon't tblllk.llnl'I'Il't, 801..UlI\\ A'ilantaL
. yon East Coast Canal Completed corpus agailtat the ,
that I'mgoing to hate and worry on lady of tint mute liore. "I illd. old man I illd. If I'had oh cliarged.The: chief dlrpc'.t
apcount of a she-devil If ;yott've gotDotbilla' This wan' the'uuexM| >fed( ; thl It was served any sign of dintress, If she. IIRtlIth' iep i'tnllwt of ju ,tlce bug now After nearly twenty-five years ol j of' Julft. thai this

bl'ttC'l't9, do IliaD to ,show" temper which threw blm out altogether For ." mo tip least hint of troubleInHint decided to try tile !ruth'ldnal.defend' hard and expensivework! , during Thesupreme court holds

e -us tt.1 wanted Tom to comeback that KHlliiirlnt: should have Kono away way, I would-I would have parted ants i.u the wlutta in watch they reside which many obstacles' were met and burden is. on the petitioner to bow
I wile the Is/ ft thing lie czpecteil.Hli dollar relieve the Florida; Coast Line andTransportatlon valid and aufDclent reason why the ex-
Mball-go( *nd have my pipe with my bottom to and will almost Immediately" proceed I overcome
by myself," Wli. stnylnft/ hei-p six months i bpr. I would Indeed, Tom." the Indlcunt-nt and I Company nan at last tradition warrant, as granted by thai I e
to secure
It. was a lame:I\ud Impotent conclusion age." "Thanks.] ;;Nn."- Tom gave him his arrest' of the Virginia to the opened up the great canal Which furnishes governor, should not be executed' ,' The ,( )
? but she' turned upon him and ""Yo, Bli, I've only been. .hero tondnyn. linncl. "Tlion she said notblng-about parties a direct Inland waterway between presumption h thaC"the governor has, s
," alleged I''u umatlc'''. Otner case andarrests" "I
'''looked so fierce that 'collapsed. being In wJlnt?" St. Augustine and ')'Miami and compiled .with the constitution und
In the 'small hours 'of the morning ""'III ;you Bite me her present lI t.lIr'IIII' IIIlJlng; not-a word... I will., It U said, be made In represents a vast expenditure ot the law. I Is alto held than thft i u,
"' Tenuevnee and other: It Is said
James woke up suddenly. The blinds ;'J., "Yet It must have* been about that about $2,000,000. courts of asylunslate arc not.
'iwerenp, and the moon was streaming "I'll a'vk.Uip" matron air." time that she left honey' I louse""Torn. there are thlrtyimv fertilizer. : companies money The canal rut follow a direct authorized! t.1 to into the guilt or M .'

In at the ""Indo,,",,,. Harriet wan standing Slie left him Jn the hall and Presently ." said his <-o\mlii eariiently, "I I Is the alleged' comuiiiatlon, and as Florida Eat Innocence ot .lllulrt.the accused.An \
line along the entire '
0 at ,the window in her nightdress, the matron herself! c'liiiie to blab hope you believe HIP when I say \Hint that originally twentyfourIndivid- lind'at --
."Harriet," vb. cried, ,, "what ,are "M\fn\ Cape! left her three weeks I remembered that proinltte." ual were! 'Indicted and arrested. Coast running parallel with 'f
closu to tbe. ocean beach: effort to larger
t c1ollllrr' ago, she said. "I am- sure you-dld." said Tom. places very seewf-e coton
"I've bad a dream Jew .sbo re "My name 1 I" Addison""Oaf' "I bare, never forgotten\ it," he went FURNITURE COMBINE HIT..Eleven The only place where It is intercepted shipments to 1'ensucola for txpOn i

plied. "A dreadful dream. .I thought\ 'he nld, "yog were engaged to on confidently. (This assertion, to ne for any distance is along M rrltt'l promises to Gear good results, ao t? ,.

that you were tried by'-the judge lIud.eot'.to.a tier. and you were killed in Egypt 1 sure, was'perfectly truv HP had never Companies Assessed Heavy Island. It of course follows the natu cording to the reports from tit offi 6 :

(!( prison for robbery, know now. Oh, sir, I am no 110..1! forgotten that Jlrombf') "I 'assured ral rivers and''stream* whore they cl'rl of the chamber of.commerce. Recently .,

and I ,was left destitute.. .And I'd gota HecatiRC I ilon'r know where she is yopitliat; when the trust"was ,paid I Fines .for Violation of Law. now, but aeldd from these natural waterways : >V. C. Turner, HIMH-IB! agent (it

knife In 'my hand"=: she held up her gone to nor what nbc III l doing:' woiiitl look after lier." In court at Chicago Monday, Judge there has been a great deal the Atlantic' Conlire| .Couipan, vt.1. .

band and showed a dagger wllJc ."Why did she leaver "No; you '",ouhr give! nil that was Landls fined ... A. Holbrook Ot theAmeilcau of-cutting" necessary to connect with I I ed itu city and U'gt' the commer {

gleamed In theTnoonllgUt; !It was only .-J"81je left been nan slit ]had no ,money .left !if there was nay to her." arid the the various bodies of water. cial' organization to hate the .1.11118' ti '
a little ornamental paper knife, but to'pny for her lodgings tin() could get !(Just "so; I fully acknowledge the Sealing company I cola and J'erdldo railroad, which ;.,.

It flatbed like steel-"and I was goingto no work. There_waa nothing but trouble promise Well. Tom the trust haft not I A. 11. Andrews company UOlacb' Harris Goss, to i China. owns one of the finest wharves iii .thes .
kill'myeelt'aud hare done with-it: for tlint poor girl. First she lout been paid off. 'I have advertised everywhere I and nine other furniture companies; ,. build track .
to a Inc.cojtton
city spur to
Mrs B. Si: llarrla of CItia, for a ,
You were a convict working at Portland yon and It would have unloved tbplienrt for the bt'lrstOr Captain Henry ,
: frotu. $1\00' tu- $2,000, In order that tree "
amounts ranging compress, ,
number of corre >ondiuK decre
of her i
)] fem" e stone to ate olng; about Wllloughbj- have bad no answer" years t
"Come clack to bed this Instant! lie (I o heavy and xnd. -Then! she )lost' lice rerliajm lie !advertised_ in the dark .for. Vllolatlou of the anti-trust laws in. of the Voman'tf foreign 'Mission, ships, or' those' not 'under charier \' .
said,' sternly "You and your dreams-. place. And- then shf' 'tried (pnd tried arches of the Adrlphl or In tbe tunnels forming a conspiracy in restraint ot airy Society of the Florida \OnrpInce. the Louisville' and Nashville raUrwuD

r come back and go to sleep." but whnt-'n-ltli'' Its being summer time of Metropolitan:! ( Hallway; because trade. The' defendants pleaded guilty. Methodist.Episcopal Church South might'' load cotton at the port He '

She obeyed, and went to'sleep again when there Is no"vorlc going, and what those advertisements could never b* hall..eI accepted by the ..Woman's promised that I euch was -dune the

,calmly' .end sweetly.; But! her liui- ''1'11'-1' many poor young,: ladles every found in any of the ordinary channel. Judge Landfs proceeded the delivery Hoard of .Foreign, Missions, consecrated amount of culln'baDdle for export ..i

band's teeth. chattered he trembled ;' where'looking for work !she! 'could find ''*.0\. tor your uncle1 estate, Tom; I of. sentence by scathing 'denunciation to service In the foreign field 'andl&olDte. would : ,. k

and .book.' because;his action would, none. ; And so ber ,money.-: got lower fouled 11,111, a devil of a menu, 'ot:; the, methods adopted by to Mra.Harris. '
lie ,,was' conscious! bear.' such fa <-ontruetIon.'V and lower'and lower, all '. ,AD .. to unravel it all get, a cleat declaring that the fixed- in tbelItale. There vlll tries for over a )year the chief ,eugt: 'i'
: be
r .
,Toome,' doubtless. '" .hayID\r.mucb.. wrath. ,: <\bow ''you'.' stand.:; But by law"1a inadequate to fit the crime. many to regret, losing.her from K'ior net1 of the Austrian' steamerrlatea ,i
-0' me there will be >more left over than I -"When-1 reflect the methods was arrested Rentsacola few t
: thIng," upon Ida, while they must rejoice with her at a days
CHAPTER XVI thought at flret.I can promise you resorted to said Judge Landls, "I having returned on that vessel "
in hey .to" a broader'' field. a&o
"She had great ,
n friendhere; another that, Tom. A 1004' deal more. So tro.fer 1
Tote RaTD.N. wonder wyy men engage; in such of. the Florldaconferencosociety for cargo. The engineer la charged' ,
j girl named Lily/ Doran. They stood much is -ertn II." The women ; .
; Tom did not cofpr tbe ground between by each other.slid shared their money "Oh!" cried "As business to got money. Almost any will have Mrs. llan a-for oneof with 'maliciously damaging ,g
', i Biuklm nd London In the shortact ft:*' long a* !It lasted. Then<< one morning for the helm, I.have Tom remembering made n discovery.Oh m"n. I should think, would prefer to their own special ,missions ries." went property, by sinking one of tb. ,
time on record. Tbe'story of his they .Went away together" work in a ditch at $1.5o a day. That buoys, at the mouth ofthe harbor. t

captivity and escape of course reached ""Wbere did they' 'go' They ''inuthave Ills a cousin)jvonderful turned discovery.pale. U 'unqUl;>>tloDa ly a 'more; 'dignified A mob (la In vurmiltpfJan\ unknown When the vessel wan last, at Tensa- -' x -

home before beak!: In scrappy fragment had" some. place ,to'take" their "What discovery; Tom: method." mulatto' who entered the Louse of CQ.U the engineer purchased a' new i; +

", .; Which.made everybody talk of thinga," "I have found the' heiress! It la ntone Judge Landis said that Holbrook Sherrod Drlgger V Dear Harney, tor Hfle; and as noon *s tie Bteaoier saili'

--- 'the two prisoners. So- that they'' wete 'Thy had no thing They bad !Bold! other than Katharine herself, Jem; I acted as a sort of clearing house for the purpose vf robbery, and assaultedMrs. e out from the wharf be bf'SII te t 'i

the wen 'If the moment. tt Is a great or pawned everything; their watches auiesitro. of 'it. Oil If I bad'known the combine which called itself the Drig,efs; 65 old,, and veryfeebleaCone Ins It As oho Ja.aed. out ot 'the ;
thing in one's life to have .been If went first aud their clothes went last." years
Club. llolbrook( harbor It Is
'' before I went nwayr'"Ii Prudential l apportioned at the'.tlme. beating her aUeg( he
"OU. ..Katharine! fired"a'd
oa17tor'once. The Man of tbe doe It'poHRlble? Ml*" Co pel herself?" -the :contracts ndiy means of aearjy. death. The crime was dlacohered number of shots at one of the .
meut:.the honor would b""ft'kt'pt but It is
fa' '
Gne which Is b< /ri them
"Her name Is \Yl11oughby.Uut where dummy" bids, members of tjie'com several hours later Prig. several of the bullet penetrating the '
stowed upon 'people variously dlstlngulshed .- against the rules ;jfo one Is allowedto )
la sheL'tl bine avoided competition, who returned from work lu the Iron and causing the buoy to ,sink..
"i' and maybe shared with >Ir.. stay here a day.after she Is unableto gers, '
t.- Gladstone *r' with Charges Peace.But pay.hcr.weekly bill. Ilarlejr House don't know. Slip can't verywell, Judge Laudls told the comparative field. 'Neighbors) w ere notified,. and ',0
Tom neglected opportunity, and refused Is noj:'a charitable institution.*' be>> lout. She must )have seen the- telegrams poverty of the smaller firms, of the nearly every1 white 'man lit the vicinity Two' years In tbe penitentiary and a't

even so much as to read a paper "rione!, Where could she ago,.' about your return-:?you've been porabine made It his duty not to inflict . started In pursuit of the negro. tnl ot $1.000 wag the sentence j>as..

at the Royal'' Geographical. ...: .'Tbt')" must have gonte to their uprcAtl out fine and large for the lastweek the maximum punishment, as Deputy Sheriffs Ainan and- Hell were upon Frl'I 'Nobles, the n..crt who ;

It wes one morning at the beginning friends and relations." e orBO, old man-and she'lbe\ sure they might be forced<<;' Into bankruptcy. 'scut* from -Tampa to Join in the wag convicted In I'hl United Statea ';

,' cf November' ; about a "
that awfnl fog, that Tom arrived at relations' .'" knows your .address, of course; ''To keep them In Independent opt of raising a bank note from <2
.:Victoria He had telegrams "Could ..he'h i\'e to "She knows my old lodgings und $20.
tent from gone yotirfriends eratlon, said Judge Landls, 13! the U U claimed that Nobles I.- au
Buitklm, from Cairo, from Brlndlnl'' and . T" die known woi'r the. nddrein< her.of the paper. i only hope consumers have againstthe The peonage ca or, ,v. B. Ilarlan, expert at the art If, -ins
"Don't about Tom. Go to e
from Paris, all addressed to Harley have only one relation in London.Rhe' : r
big concerns. It we were to put and other value of a bank "
Gallagher bosses note,
the and lr. Andyou'll Robert "hen"be a
paper report 3 oun
lie would not burnt upon.the rnny have gone to. faint_ foe help. .
poor girl.without warning.She wonld Slip. knew hiss nddreim." \ find n letter waiting for you.' them out of business too Andrews'and of the Jackson Lumber Company, who was arraigned In court Judge 8W.Y08' ,

sear of tls safety froni the papers; she "Go and Inquire,'Mr, Don't be downhenrted. "I'll BO at once." American Seating companies were convicted In Pensacola sometime Imposed' a heavy penalty upon him.' ,

should hear of his return from his tele- Young ladles don't get login He' rushed out of the 011I1'.... i would have ho' difficulty in takjog ago and sentenced to heavy flues Walter It Milton, a. white man,,?who " 1

crauijs., Poor girl!/ Poor Katharine! Ixjmlon., t lie must be .nomewhere.. An hour later he returned. full control. 'and long terms; t in prlon. have been wagconvicted of perjury, was 'axjn-

Ills eyes filled when lie1 thought of her Give!me your address, 'BO,tlmt If.-we "Tliore's\ no letter and I've been to appealed "to the Un Stal court tented at the name time to 'erve two '.

t.fw rouble and sorrow'' on ills account. hear<< IIn'lhlnIIGlI1e of our ladies may the lodclng: ]Ko letter has been sent FATAL.FIGHT HIGH IN AIR.. of appeals at1' New' Orleans/ Canute! )'er in the Atlanta federal prison.) j
Bat now all tbe trouble was over.; She hnve heard of the two Jrlrl..JVIII In- there; mod nobody has called since; :you for the plaintiffs In error 'recently fllv -, ;r. ,
knew that be was safe. She was quire and let know; tool;: away the booklll"u4' things""Therfare I A largely
you Workman on Tall Building Knocks the ed I bill of exceptions and each: of attended meeting was'held"
w 'happy ngulnpoor.. frlendlesH Katharine Tom turned Catharine: jour books, Tom. lie In
ftadly.away. tbe .
Foreman the bond pending the Illllsborough courthouse '
: Through! -Scaffolding. men gave de county : (
t Six o'clock gone'' "' pointed 19 the shelves where they were ; ,
in the morning, and ,'and In great distress. Nobody' !
t root let qnlteleb.t. You cannot, call knew Ptter than himself how friendless arranged. '''The,'are sofe'4.'l1ouall; But Seventy feet above the' ground 'clslon was"ot the higher 'ourt l.ran'" i of square at Tampa for'the purpose 2* r'1:! <..

at a house, ..evert' to''see your sweetheart she.' wu;' She had no, .money- left. tie for this ;young l .cJy-l If. look* odds among the'steel beams ,of the new bond fixed at '$5,090. the eXIIe'llna tho sentiment, o : '

who ha* supposed that you are She. Jlad''to go.' :f hut then' you see, lots of women never federal building .in, Macon. Ga.,Thomas others at,$,000 each. the ctzeDI a greater Tampa and, ." .

1: .d -.d, at sis; o'clOck/'ln"/ the morning.! Perhaps; Alto bad gone his cousin. look: st fl pitper"nt. all, while there' Battle, 'a man more than !tty- years -' j jA urging the legislature' to pas the bill :.

The lacy molds '. "'not up at six lu The) more*Jlo'thon' bt,of'It,, the more ttberl'bo'l\; \ r'adVII7'! word from beginning of age during quarrel, assailed f>. ,-introduced, in the house by wow IImdlDg.n 'that 'body to..extend di!

a London lioutet' ;: they are: only lurnif likely ,this\ appeared to. be.. Jem' had\ to end'every dny, and wish M. Berry, a, foreman J5jeara.of age, Representative K. ,lf. Malone Jr., ot the of the city,,: ':1l
,fog round In the sheets promised "* there 'was more-especially more law Thursday afternoon Monroe' county requires the filing
;, uneasy' because faithfully;; in case 0t] bisdeaUy knocking the victim osworn
I they arepotsessed by.that plenn- : to' give ber .-whatever',was over cnaee." ,- through the scaffolding] to the. statements of air campaign ex ':1on. W. M, Holloway, state ;supertIntendent -, t!'

w ant. tea.lnlr' winning' masterful' persuasive after ''the. rust money was paid But "XVhnt- shall we' do, Jt'mr.- ground killing him, instantly.. penses' ,,covering ,the period pf ODe _of public Instruction, haaannounced '

.,. coaxing devil (I know not his the.- bad no 'lIonI'Y.TII"reror.. there '"There's only one thing done., At the coroner's investigation, a year antecedent, to any primary election < the faculties of the .sum'. 41.1 4
t name) 'who,.haunt* the ,bedroo l' of was'nothing left over!, As' for his .Advertise, Leave it to me" charge 'of''murder ,was' made' against for 1'state' 'ov-congressional office, mer.tralnlog schools for i

young people>> at time when they'ought couxla, .Ton knew1 very weH.tha't, he "I suppose I mutt" said Tom, wn- Battle and be was"'locked 'up'at and ,. total of such which will be conducted for teaber.,"eight.
lmit te. epeD801 ,
w to bo setting: up and wllI'D'tbe clockey : bad no money ot bU'own lie walked \villlngly"Leave. equivalent to weeks at
lice'station; to an'.amount one year's Tallahaasue-and' Gainesville.Jun w'
are strtklng 'with til their, might and lo Westminsterwhere Jem had his It to me.\ I jvlll soon find her .t. the office beginning .' I.
,/" Ito da them :a, it by'strong arms 'In omen;; it' was no use driving because for you, J if she,ls above groundAnd; .,,.. . .. '\, -'-. M salary "fro.J -._ . for -47. - "
p If bed>> ,, endiwelgb 'dOTfn their! eyelids, he would not lie there before ten. now,!Tom.'let os o that discovery ' 'SUNDAY-SCHOOLS OF WORLD' the ..r,..:." ';'

and wake ,them help sleep!) When jlor got.,tber be ,learned that of )'GUI'&" *' -, : 1 : lDate.Juklelaoother fran- Judge Locke of' the United! Statei1'I ,, In so much't4attorttbe'aakeotauothgr'tlour I ;Jem had removed to ]New 8q rp,,Un- ':The heiress nODe othl'rJllaQ" :kith. -' Repress,ut.d at (international 'Convention cnlse .tax,bi' court has granted 'temporary l lnjnno'T,:
,'.... : : : imbed coin's','.Inn-his,uncle Joseph's office*.' arlne fcerselt." : In. Rom -' Ital'o.l Trammel.An appropriation, bill pa.s tlpn\asked,for ,
1 ' ars-"r steps'',. ftnd8o you told me *. How'do you '*the fifth' .International Buaday \
j.ven ''.:.fnooth'a notice ,It:(..recorded the :way back from Westminster,, kl'w'ebr;' '. School 'Convention, "was opened at I. the .completion tit lhe'goveraoya manslon. Bank andTrust, Company of Toledo .! 0

ot :*> :iMHalnnjedlneval t ,.u.ltinald-I. .la Ids .uncle's 'olhcehe. : .fonnai'lsconsln ;Tom ,brie iy' t1ted the'Oln't>> +'we I', The aenatetrefused'to: make'anappropriation '[ Oblo, ,and ''twenty-oII bondholderii ol '
'*blBf tb*! nor? U tb. .. 'utoblogr..pliyf .. '".- - + "t y knowthent already' -wblcU had led him Rome; :'Italy',. Saturday, night .ID. the for 'enlarging the present she "

': >0albert4 d.. Mo.eot-4bat-pnda7: t, "Tomb". TT* pranc lo{ 'his .feet:'and to connect .Katharine :with-the Wil-. presence' of 700.. delegates tepreeeutrlug .cspitol building;, the reason Peninsular'TelephouCofupspy'to'restrain '
'"** ..,. Af. .:tblp ieIe&both *. l nearly 20,000,000jpersobs; () throughout the tauyor and city council
until*r ,"ifTJJIMitC. !.. baa hendaFadlaushed and longbbf: trust. .' :I.alJChed being took of ; It ; oC
devil she actual"" .sold ,her .soul .for grinned and raadri possible dnj- ** his IID. the'worlt' AU thecountries' :'ofEurop fund seem* Tampa from "' '* ''
every 4 ; stranger meld con .. "It Teems ; l Jtkeiy% that deficit win Tie the' lror aT recentjyi' 'j
**?. roll. In the1steetsi: onstragast > ran; welt aa- America] China. re,4suTt'.of ; llg' '
tarts # \ M'joti'w 1YHJith plauallile; It may t>.true. e 1
'pi wa. dUIl'CUJlie4.t: J hertlhe,>> bou'e7aog; \.h....ianog.t.tlms,' ,',,,ml J . "... Dt 1I 4.J.t-) il' :......if Australia i, .Japan; th*''VYestJIndles: ,1 ent( "'session Xhqappropriations? "and much alarm,orihe Is IHtssed ordinance' ;>rohl>(ltiisg; ..tne"telil1'hone ; ;
; If't .1., ;, da'aad Africa.'werrrepresesRed." : prei.j. Company :from t.
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'Q ;'Ki"D.rQ." 'BELGIANSl ', DEADLY, ',WORK, ,' 9F':8lA: T-_ ,OKLAHOMA HELD. '. UP I''G011LD'A'" E' AT OUTS.. .- '" ,.

Premature Explosion, Klllt Several i
' 4' Deserttd WHe' of "Howard Drags\ Her ,Asorie iroc i4a '
-JIIen."Hurl Train, Into.Creek and i : ,,adangerousmcdady

New, Immigrants 'are Well., j m Wrecks' Nearby-: Bulldog-' "." Republicans (Detenpi'ped'Not j Hubby, Into Salacious''Divorce Allegations.Court Under '

Treated, ,:'in the ,South" A Chattanooga': -special'says'i ''Three to AdmifNewSiae.VOUlO \ . ( '. -" butt + donl: neeclio '

men killed outright, three'other*; so ". At New York Monday; Mrs. I toward *you, >**v ; ,;

seriously injured, thatrihey :',.die, Gould" filed against'"her'husband, lie a\sock: around, '' '

INVESTIGATION' . IS MADE and two other badly( Injured 'la addition ,\ BE .' INADVISABLE: 'millionaire yachtsman'!, a' suit\ for 1 IT'S

, 'to the crashing of a Southern separation, one --of .her most aston your .neck:Jo cure. L. s J :c

Baron. ,'Moncheur_ Belgian Representative railway freight engine; and' eleven car Ithlug rlegaloue. )being that bccaue@
For .
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: at Washington. Makes a 'through-a bridge Into' Chattanooga Ruton., .May of hU personal babfts be Is an Im 5SHH9HHBBHH '
Special Tour and "GlvieObt creek and the' destruction' ot three Be" Successfully Carried Out.. proper person to ,|lvv wltt. The complaint BALL. R, .
residences add'a pile driver 'nearby,' ''Plan ls to TurnDown Newly is,, highly "o atonaI., -charging' h
Good Report. was the' result of a. premature ,' Adopted Constitution. ,Gould with consorting with numerous SNOW
.....;.....- explosion .
at 30: o'clock Thursday afternoon '._: women i
Baron -Monchcur, th-j LINIMENT" ."'
nelglan minister of a blast at the foot of Look. A Washington special s.ays} ; The Almost! u aatoimdlng a. 'the actual a' .
who has juat. returned to, Washington already famous dlL
out mountain on the "Steven on eicten-' 'pious( unction with which the republican beginning! the .
a, from a vUlt to South Carolina sin which 'Is being constructed by W.. the VOrt1e'1:..*. 'are developmentu in the will 'euro that t thrOAt. la short orde'r's.'
t leaders In
where! he.went r the- condition of .the Belgians who The bridge was crushed In by general tempt to withhold. < statehood, from headquarters detectives by Howard I lug froi\ clroulaUon, gyring the muuolen more oluaklolty.RHHUMATtSMCUTSSPRAINS .'

:i came over on ,fae Wltteklnd finds tons: of rock hurled by the blaat Oklahoma and the hIgh moral Gould against' Mrs.. Gould.: District ;

I e;' .. ple.the .south a good place for bis pea Just As the. Southern railway 'freight grounds' on which' they rest their' objections Attorney :Jerome will ',consult with'' 'CURES t WOUNDS OLD, SORES. ;STIFF, BRUISES,JOINTS;: 11 "

f train NQ. 11 was going; on-the bridge. are really Impressive. Police''Commissioner Bingham going BURNS AND ALL PAINS.;'
lie\ finds afte" ? ten days ofJnvestlgatlon Other pieces of.rock hurled for four In the enabling lot, passed by congress over all; of the evidence thus far ad ,

.I. that "the reports of dissatisfaction hundred yards crashed through, { the and. -approved, 'by PresidentRoosevelt duced lathe case with the possible GAVE INSTANT RELIEF, '
!have been exaggerated, and pilot of the pile driver bt the Nashville .; on June 16, 1906 It wa'uset result; that he may begin a grand Jury 1 '
'. 'that tfe Belgian Immigrants tre very Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad forth that there .should be five proceeding to tee lust what there is Henry linltnoiit Stone! Provo Utah. -writes "I have tuned $Bfttlard'a.
well ,Snow 'for-JSouralgla, Tooth-ache and Born.
7 satisfied and' have Throatywhich
no complaint 'W'Orli congressional districts in the territory to the' conspiracy: charged by. bus
which was at : driving piles '' upon Application gavo me instant' relief.' I cart rooom- t.
l )m to make. The baron commented on In ot Oklahoma and' 1I1dlan''TerrI. Gould. mond it tho
Chattanooga creek 'for a new via- u* bolnir bast Liniment I. hare over usod la curing
the lower wage scale In the aOulh asbeID& 'duct, killing Engineer Sbaeter'.anc1 tory, when they were admitted to Mrs. 'Gould's complaint gainst her pale aauod from Keur lgrla, oto.n

the only''possible ground for Fireman Hyder Instantly] the union as one state; This wouiu' husband covers every one o( the tour PR1CQ :25C, sec AND.$1-00 \.
dissatisfaction; His investigationsdid Other pieces of rock hutted five give Okl.boma'11ve repre"entatlve." In :..grounds. on which !t is possible! to secure

not' cover the cheap cost cflivingin and six hundred yards struck the residences congress and two senators, thus "u-, A separtlon. Under the .first

the south, and he was not prepared on the aide bf Lookout mountain titling her 10 csjst'seven. votes In the. charge, thai be Is ,not a proper pen Ballard Snow .Liniment Co,. I wI ,
q to nay 'that!!. lower prices ot commodities crashing through the roof and electoral college.Of !son to,'live with, It is said thgt some '
lanced lower ,wages., floors, of the buldlngs) : course the ad-vocatea. of .admis exceedingly distressing facts will be > 00-502) : North. Sscond Sttceti'; ,
.; In the party brought over ly, Corn.missloner'E..1. Severalmen who were working on lion were rea.ouabI1lure- that these presented In, the bill ot particulars Stf, LOUIS .* MIS30UR. ;
Watson, (If' South the new line some 'distance frpm the were. going to be 'good republican or. at the time of the trial. .
ty 'Carolina, last'wliitOT there were about, blast, 'were struck bjf flying pieces of votes*. The first ejection, 'however,'' ,Tb -, econd charge isthat, he abandoned -

> 300' Belgians, who. are. now employed rock.'Two them are at. .tbe... hOlpltal completely disabused the minds ,of her.- Since last July] 'Mrs., Gould Sold and Reborn d 'by. ... "
/in the cotton rolla! and In various < the'8t.. ndy
in a .seriousrcondltlon. all.' ; hal ,been living; at Regis, recognised

trades in.South Carolina. Since then The blast, was set off rfcy T.: Ford Such an overwhelming'''-evidence "of for. Byrne time as the city For ''Sale at RQBERSON'S DRUQ STORE.

jy South Carolina and other, southern a powder'man for the Yarnell Droth-' the democratic tendencies'' of the people home o.the'Oould and her husband __' '1 ----'....... .----- .
states have.sought to Induce Dew imi' era; contractors for Oliver, against the .: was abundant.proof to republicans has :not once vlslled her
migrants;; and particularly'lielglans] to Instructions of -the contractors,' He that Oklahoma was !undesirable." Non-support" Is the third al leg talon., KISSIMMEE'I v

come in.Speaking. had only been !employed by the com They were trying jo convince President. : In September last Gould is' said to '
: of these Belgians Jn South pany'for' a short time. At''a late hour evelt'als'o that It'would not have,, discontinued' providing, Mrs.
Cat'allna' Baron Moncbeur said: "1 he could not 'be located. The blast'-was be"wise to permit ,,the e->seven lcmocratlc -', Gould with tuoda. and until very recently
k saw all 'of=th-m except tew who one of the heaviest ever used on ,work electoral votes 'to favorably' she U laid not to have received EIVEBEO.t7TE: ,

,II'' are: scattered and'they"liad very Jit-'' 'lu' this section of the, country. No complicate 'the- situation wheu "a"*'repUblican a glnglo penny from, him. .,.
r ". tie complaint lo make, of the treat- warning was given to the re.ldentlIn president/i5. to be) elected' Under the fourth charge that of : J
d men .which they are receiving. Of the -vicinity 'or to." the Nashville next year. The men'wbo were"grooming cruel and inhuman treaUiient.1,many STEAMER L1WJB. STKAMER KOSBADA;
; course, there are a few who are not Chattanooga 'And St. Louis railroad, themselves. to be republican ..senators specifications; are wade";,one of, which 'Captain; Clay Johnson Sr. -v: o.pteto..Cla) Johnson, ft.Regnlarrveekly .- .
satisfied, but they are very few 'I' whose property was destroyed. and representatives are sure it Is ',that Gould at the time I of their trips .to 'Basilngef rid return. Roseada leaves Klsslsav '
visited them at their work In the cot. ( 'wee Tuesday morning, and arrives TUsaimmee Friday evening. >''' ''
would. not be wise; It might ,be disastrous. separation, sent notices to all of the -
ton' mills, and they told me that: they trades people( with whom be has" been Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeeo'obeejind Fort ,Myers oa, the UlUe.
were pleased with their labors and- OFFICIALS ARE INDICTEDAs The constitution of the new state dealing Instructing them not to give Comfortable accommodation for paseagers,, Rates reasonable.'

the treatment given them. framed by democrats who were duly her any' 'credit It',they bad any ,Ides The most picturesque Waterway In Florida. .
"I have no criticism to mate of Result of Confession! of "Boss" and regularly elected by the peopleto of collecting their accounts from him. fir' Passenger' and Freight .Rates, apply to

," the work they-are doing In the mills. Ruef.ln 'Frisco-Grand Jury Heirs draft their fundamental law, is being This was at '& date when be' was '' CLAY JOHNSON.'SIL'PTOprlstor: ';

,'j It Is not bard work "it all. and they From Him and Takes Action.. carefully andipai4tully/ scrutinized. trying force her to accept, his term On',board,"UH e.." IClsslmm.tIa.,.

\ make very fair waxes.. It Is the kind In the search for. flaws." ,If''a technicality in the'' financial 'feature' of their separation J . J
l'i of work which would suit a large A San Francisco'sieclal'ssys: Abraham can be discovered which! will ,,,,and abe charge*, taw. m thin ' ,

"tY''' number of our people especially those Reef Thursday made good his furnish grounds' for exclusion] .there way he endeavored to compel her to. ..,.,..m.I .. . ..
1 avln& faml le"jA boy or a ',Irl' 13 declaration >of Wednesday: 'that he 5 will' be no need to resort to'the'leg' submit to.'. his wishes.. ,

t -104.14 ..rears'. of, age and upward can would following his change,,of plea islative club, which is held by the' ..Another.- specifications Is that Phase :
easily" make SO' cents a day and more of guilty In the extortion. against republican majority In' both bouses. be' has humiliated her,, constantly .r ./ of Mendicancy JL

In the mills. (\1 1"Of I him, turn, state's evidence' and assist Then, 'too the high moral grounds. surrounding her with detectives, causing ,
course, the masons and carpenters the bribery graft prosecution .In 'Its can be maintained.' :.her. mall to' be opened and ..subjecting -
earn. better>> wages.. Those, campaign against. ,municipal 'corrup In the act of congress: making? provision her' 'to, many similar, annoy .By .Cora Ml. ffltfs.RtlM ". ? r

who/come over and follow these tion. / for the, admission,of the new. ancctf.. "

j trades are experienced men, and., RQef. obeying a .ubpena ''troll\'''the state, It,, was provided ,that the' following ; .A friend of Mrs. Gould says that '
good, steady" workmen. They find grand Jury?, served upon. him at the : features should be Incorporated. when -details ire: .presented to the In'the,next county my hostess' said:to,me,,**I
of plenty of work'; to do, and art paid, Jriilmore street prison house shortlybefore : la the new'constitution! : court Mrs Gould. .will state that one' I I'' am aIl o.t,afraid to look down the road l lest I, ea.woman, ,

.f4.,. well, Cs I have found. / J 8 o'clock, went In. the; charge' \, "Perfect toleration of,;religious sentiment. -, of the worst of the tnany Indignities I II W", I ,or"'child beaded thls'way' and.carrying .notebook aad..pea-'
'' ell 1. for really soap clubs,. tea clubs.and aU the, other clubs 'a
"It would be a kreat deal better'If. of Special Agent Burns; Ellsor piggy % heaped upon her was the fact that '
I there were, a 'good 'sized colony In and another guard to the grand jury 'Prohibition of tramc .I lnvalcoholio, while''lh1t was living1' at the' st :'liegts.boiel -' 'are getting to be- a positive nuisance.' .1 sal the only womanIn
the neighborhoodwho has not been around soliciting' ,subscriptions
the state, such as there'is near Rochester chamber where be took the witness liquors, for; a "period of tweiity-one 1 her husband was openly pay I, _. _' / for something: ,other. Mrd': .x basi .oanvassesl q'I

;N. Y. Our people there lire stand and submitted to an examination years lathe, parts of the. atatoe, now' Ing attentions to. another woman" llv;' the township twice and each of'har'th. .* ISjM.. ..HIp .... :"
getting along-nlcebv and are. satisfied ,, that ]lasted from 8:SO o'clock until : known as Indian Territory,"the Osage the ',ame .hotel.- .
; ;; Ing at i w It's dOWDrllJht-be lotJ"IM, Waer' ass "..). ....,' ... at '
4 and Itr Is particularly/ because batter 5, p. m. ) 5i Indian i vatl6or' and; In'other/parts !$;.":'Mrs... Gould : knows 'that; 'her husband women sent out! Jhelr, little'children, .o'yossatgttsnt'dNt. $ frh4 J'IIit;..,
.c a number of them'are together.". ,J I When tlie''ordeal,was over" he"called of, the. .taW which,.existed' a.Undianj( ) .if I.' 'worth: at a 1Ilea.t) $20,000,000, order.:': jest;week my niece persuaded stfc. for a''''a..ID' lepaeafrr.
Concerning thos! who left South : the;newspaper m.n"around him and reservations on'- Jauarye'1' ,'1SCU.. '. said frjerid-of the lady,. "and, that be'wanted to get a premium, lamp.. 'The paper Is not fit tor wy daughters to '
Carolina dla aUa led,. Baron Moncheur .'aid that he had promised the grand "Prohibition of' polygamous and 11.4:1: lira an assured. Income'of 1000.* reads and I shall burn-every number, unread,,but If t bad not subscribed ,my- ?'
said that the ..number was .not 'very jury to divulge-] nothing. DI.trlCAt : plural marriages., .;*/" I: 000 a 'year>, and she asks for alimony niece would have been very much hurt, and 16 cents was certainly "a'low price,
large; '''Those'who left would probably torney Langdon 'and Assistant District "Release of the'' publta lands within at/the rate'of $100,000 a,ye'a : during to pay for her friendship. I have a cord,of soap packed un In'the attic and
1I0t'have been satisfied under any Attorney,. lIeDe)'. refused to Wake any .the ..i.teto the United States 'the time.:the caseis in' court. At. the I ,paid for. it twice, what It.would havecost \at,,my grocer's*, beside* paying S said. "The proportion .statement whateVec' From Special t-payment of tbe debti of the; ten, lime .of the" trial she will make ad.maiid money instead .of produce.: I have baking powder, that' will raise nothing, tear
that 'ba.' left South"CaronD& dissatisfied Agent Burns It was learned that' the ritory'of'Oklahoma by, thpstetsof'; .for' permanent 'aumoo of that tastes like timothy hay and .spices andvextracts.that are vile .fa, every,' ''**

is' not any greater"'than 'that only matter', which Ruef was'questioned Oklahoma. $190.000'' year\,". case the agent was. a good friend, relative or' neighbor" ; whom- t did not.wUh.; _
,which has left other stated We have was the alleged! bribing of Establishment of public schools, allowing " 'Counsel (for Mrs. Howard Gould to offend,. Now What shall I dor* ,

.had some complaints from'\the. lmml- Mayor SchmlU and eighteen! .. pe'vlaotll' -: separate, s2hools'for] ,white andnegro' said that the suit 'will be ,tried in hoy1' Well there: Ja.only' or' do politely but firmly' decline1
that 'one '
lIot'maD the United, railroads to&raDt'to anything does not need 'thatII .worthies or 'even doubtfuL
who went but ) children -
grants tthcye. + open courtadding:
Most farm
enwly" exchange their produce for most things that they need.
Oil the whole theybave gone to'work, that corporation: a change In "The'right of franchise unrestricted "Mrs. Gould desires that full publicity 'and those who do not do so usually prefer their cash where Ib, ,kpow>> t .'

""h there and' are contented." Its franchise' allowing,electrifying on account of race?, color or previous. ,be'given to, It,, and she Several rePor"ta ,have been circulated'since ot its 'O ;lwUe. of street railway CODdIUon'01'aenltude" v tq;'"' one engaged In .tbe blot to "trashtotthey, like' tramps soon ,learn to know the best, stop; .

the Baron "returned".to ,WashIngton system. There la also 'a' further Injunction against, her."-.. < This does port Include all clubbing :Some of- ur choicest perlodncals are bat

'. to"the;, .effect '-that he was. .,advising 'If,Burns' understanding' of Ruerst.rttmony that,a republican form of. government ,. . secured til rough,'club offers, and sometimes,an,agent brings to o\lr..c1oo"lhe"._. ..."
: "or had advised his people Is correct, the, fallen boss 'must*,be. secured. .EXPLOIT, ,OF.... NEGRO! CONVICT; very thing we want and cannot get at the village.: Or sometimes 'a, crippled;;* '. ."
'against going: to the south on account told the grand 'Jury' .that, President The .110 delegates to the convention 1 or disabled person, desirous1'' of making an independent living takes an agency, 'l|II,s ;,
ot the'negro.: Baron Moncbeur said Patrick Calhoun, Assistant. President adopted ,k! :document which they Captures Ten of His Fellow' Prisoners for something. In.the last case I for one, always buy whether, or not I ape |' "
that this wan'entirely erroneous: "I, Mullaly; ,,Chief Counsel Ford and' ''As believed encompassed ,all the; las truetlons -, ,Who 'Had Escaped. prove of the article sold. Unless exceedingly buy I give any' courteous
see no' reason 'why the negro: should sistant, Counsel Abbott" of the, UnIted given'1hem by cougreas *nd:la. Fourteen 'misdemeanor agent'a hearing. but whether he talks fire minutes; or an hour, ,It I say no, my

deter anybody. .My observation' lsr Railroads, paid or'Caused to" be 'paid ter' b1 the president on- the;!, subject convicts have additional'-escaped: from,the Sum.ter"count no is, final.! ;-New York, Tribune'Fanner. '" i Sjr

i, tbo- wbitapeople) and the negro inthe"1 ;tb.'eum.of' $200,000 for the provision of. Jim crow cars and.,the control. '*
uth',410 'not associate ''either,so- 'named; that. 61000. ot this :amount' corporation .. Tbi'done. 'the oemo-, )', Georgia, chalngang mak- . 1 ..
inga ruud'tota' of about thirty es. .
: do not work 'was Ruet's "fee;" thai $50,000 went of the ""'A. ..
.clally! of at work They crate made such disposition 'tbe' .. ,... ,
and l costing
raping recently, ,county
'or 'Into the pocket of Mayor,Scbmitm and
cotton In
.togetherIn the fnUtS any legislative districts that the republicans -
.: ; l ;,other Industry.. The one' way In which that. the remaining $GOOOO was hand claim I It '-be'-lmpoaalble for ,.thousands disarmed; dollars.two .'of.The'the'fourteenescaping' three l' : '

""';i'f- theI o. is at all., to be' con.ldered. ed to the eighteen supervisors 'six- them ever to elect a. United! states '
; while the -third guard Is reported
l' in this connection Is thai the ne- teen of them recgliing $4,000 each, senator. guards J'o b Printing''
to hare fled the scene,.the convicts : !
and getting $10s
i 'IItJ jrroea in the cotton.fields, . and else- another demanding/,I. ,
himas he
.a the' farm can work'for 000 and' Chairman Calagher of the FUND 'APPORTIONED.. deriding .. (i sprinted
: e on MISSION
where .
;, 0t'' cheaper,: 'wages..than our people; ?aDd finance committee, being'paid '.naooo -...--\ been after the fourteen bourn eacal1e8.wbO'o\had. .; 's \' .t. \ c l
gonesome 'SI
!.,!.' 't benco! our peoplecould scarcely I ex for acting as go-between. Board of Methodist Church, South, Another convict,. Brady lteddlci<;
:, ,pact to compete with these laborers( ,Computes, Its, Work., gun'of' .the' i
found the ,decamping
oJl''. )' ; ontbe' "farm., Otherwise, the negro BOTH SIDES. STAND FIRM. The- work W''! the mission" board of guard' and thus' armed pursued the $'
':"L1i ,has nothing to do with the case, and -. the M,. E. Church, South >wa: con- 'ugltlves.) He captured ten ot his felt : IS NEXT :TO NEWSPAPER AO.VER ''SJ a., ;' .
;\ 1-, fo 'It you .hear, that I have advised any Longshoremen's" Strike at Now York clu ed at Nashville, Teun., 'l<'rlday.- '
: prlaonerl; and returned them tortimp ADVERTISING
t t t ow THE 'IN THE WORLD.
? .. (of our people not to gu south you mayVay Being Bltterl .W.g.d. %l ,. after:the adoption of a plan. tor the atthe' point of his ,' after-,
t for me" that, It is simply l not BIX. Both the' .representatives of the Inauguration-- of borne missions :,n.< I wards I'tthaining them. \

'S ,I, have never 'advlaed anything ol the trans-Atlantic steamship' 'companiesand the apportionment- ol",the' fund tu'' be '
This brilliant feat of a ''tiegra'eonvlet We have been fortunate in
.{" ,hind auy' !'iere." ,the'striking ,longshoremen"" at raisedfor the< the foreign field I I Is 'applauded 'by"the'citizens oi , very''the'services
t'" New: York'maintain a firm position during, the,ensuing'"year; I of' '
) AmerlcusThe'.four'; r one'of'the
1.t' \, Census ,of District ,or'CoLumbia.. their 'respective standsThe Toe total 'amount appropriated to '' convicts ; ,
:"' who ftoall got
{. A police Census just completed ,at : steamship,, men' declare that'' the'' mls'slou .tcouforences -for the ,ensuing -' .ptevlouaIY'ndWllret ) best and mbst' '
\ away had all! :> 1 11 Washington, gives the populaUon' of: they are: moving 'ships and such )'ear. was, 1383,483: and'the.,total. recaptured" ;within thepus! )

./)I the District of Columbts as 327 591, freight, as ''may'be Ipeedl11,1',haodled. amount to be raised by.the. "borne conference month 'at a coot -of $500 to the county 'in the: ,stat,. nd_ 'are' .now able '

Zi" CJt Y hboDl 8)5 are negroes, 'with thealdT; OI'D I1.unlon men. ,1s ,.S366.631.50.; I reward'and'expenses.'' '
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.to execute Job 'Printing every

HARRIMAN |Mp6qT6v, UABOR., .r ASHEVILLE> r IS- 'CHOUN' ; ; _.' DIAZ, MAKING.... A BLUFF. description in all leading,,styles. ;

... ,' ,:./ :" 4 of of} .Next' Oeneral\ flew EngjanddMiils, Wi'll; Make i Ad' l . --.-.. ''
flallrcud Magnate Will experiment Aa'Pla e Meeting of Methodist, l vanes/ of''Ten Per1 Cent. .' Mexican Troops Are Being Sent 'toGuatemalan .. The class of work. turned out,, bar 'Ii r :
and Chinese.A Conference advices from, the leading /
.WltM Russians to Frontier
: .:London ..Mleda81)08\ ) \ Ki, i.Marrlpiatf. , Thev'nel'8enr l conference ot {le cotton; nilU. centers of southernI'w. Mexican troopa--re-7 being 'removed us is acknowledged, ,to ,1 be thefinestll: .: a'

American ''railway! Ina Methodist JJplscopaK: ChurchSouth.:,. ; ; England fully 85.000 operatives'will to the Guatemalan frontier This- In- ; ;
., wthe O. ta' and the the lowest of i.J i.
-Ashevljle N, .-: 'prices any
'nate. will experiment .with 'Chineseand wlir "be held! decision-reached : .'have'thelr wakes advancetayut? 'formation reached the Mexican .capttal'dn t'1 a
Russians'as' : workmen' Jn ulld- 1910.Such;, was-the 10 per ...centr: L Y a 'private telegram Monday. IB .
t a lug a1\ line .n) ;:)tr tlco. and 1400; 'I I at'|N abv\lI&\ Wednesday' by thetapeciarcbmmlttee. ; 'The latest"upward'movemenfJiJtmlUwages"originated : what numbers, or 'tor what .purposes' printers anywhere. ;, ;a ,.
; ,to decidedmatterappointed : in Fall River where Idlers"are'being *,:south' '\ \' ... ,
borers ', noott.tJh' elr' way Jronj.Vladjvostok ; these .') moyed .
rq., W. ..Mexico for J.har pur-': at;'the:'la**' nericonre; .; a '.ne I1I';, agreement recently"anD WICed::. 1'ward Is' 'not known -'bhtside'pt": official, k'J ' -', 'wt "' .' t

enCe:In JMrmlnghanj'; Ala' ' prwTlde .tot a higher schedule Mar 27.,; circles "
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w l17MfJ D I -1 Confederate
y ths Valley, Gazette ..Building, -

.,., IL M 4 VERY BLUE- .' . '
. HARRIS, Edits and hw *M AND. FEELING

suaL "SAID HE TO DUSTER DROWN May 30 to June. 3-$17.05 From '
A. .* from our author nwL "I'D LIKE TO GET TO TOWN < .
i.rau.t bo laiMd br UM wrltonwnl I
.afar not bo ntwtwd mil. TO GET ME A JPAIR, OPLrouRBLUERIDBOH :

fir- SMoS Final limit to leave Richmond not later than June J 1

i;'' . t slay tt.)i Mtt.-tolno.**. la ''KlMlmnw FUi,an I..etiF ,. 'SHOES.VccmuoNTiMtsras -* privilege of extension of limit to July 6th', by deposit of
) w,+AT Ttea'' .Florida.'I
21 and of fee of
S Special Agent, Richmond or Norfolk, payment
... ..,, l LOOK.o "* ".' "j""
aim.rth..o.. .. .. .; the Best '
t( .mP7AlXN Nt uM.+tks.... .... ...,,. ..,,., W Getting 1 ROU.Lf Return 'po"rtion of Tickets account of above occasion will

ored from NORFOLIC, if desired, thus affording an,opportunity of '

,,LFridayi, J\1n.y' ,24, 1007 It:pays to get the best, ,no the Jamestown'Exposition. '

.matter what you buy, and especially / ol TAE ATLANTIC COAST ..:, :
k Alcohol from Cassava: _
+ "is this true when it Pullman Sleepier Cars from Tampa. :Coaches from ,
Experiments under the auspices 01: 0 .

,the lI&t.lobal'' department of agriculture applies to .. QUICKEST SCHEDULES.

tend to show tbat one of the very ,
', t' rRr.R.Il.Rna nIf.4N'4 ) Write for Beautifully .Illustrated Folder, containing
f t richest st alcohol-bearing vegetables Hay Corn. Oats Etq. .wr.Ir .
t Is cassava. li Is richer thaQ the alt ; . hots, etc. J. Q..K1RKLAND. T.P.-Ai:

cobol potato that is grown la Russia Tampa, .

beet _. -- ---, _
at.d-OermaD1.01' the sugar or The amount of work you get 0-

l corm or, Dapple, or about any other out of stock depends : """" """" """" """" -. -""" as .
''Vegetable, fruit or grain Tbe beat, your For Sale by'I .J,.... ..

CJerman 'potatoes: yield from twenty l largely upon what you feed C:, A. CARSON: P..14..t. N. C. BRYAN,

nve to thirty gallons of alcohol per them, And their health depends' '
rraE::: : -
ton., while cassava will yield thirty Lotbll'tflve J .
r'' gallons per ton. The ,experts upon the quality. When you C. STANFORD. ,
of the department think it would make'another purchase, try,us, I Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
S -. be safe and conservative to estimate ,
J led tons of cassava to the acre or 3/50/( .
E.D.HOGAN Whol.sal atid R.t.I"p Dolor*lr --*i -r- -- I
gallons of alcohol'now'worth from i.
35 to 40 cents a gallon. This has reference - ._ 'GROCERI.E I ;
-- 0
r of course, to the denatured--or' : :
Irk Industrial grade of alcohol, such as is xaoooooooooooooooooooooocTHE jV jVVVV iYVVVV s.V VV VVVVVVVQcEQTA - "
used' for' the purpose of generating' --- '

.power.nd light. Tbe AgriculturalDepartment ;' ; BOUNTY AGENTS FOB .( \,
i l"
is now at work on ,plans' Kissimmee Drug Co. i .

EK it and processes by lobe use of which in .. ", l' h j| H: Ai'> I' Celebrated FertilizersrllATt| ;> 'J
'dividual farmers inayset. up a small : - -- : "
of their and from earlobe PHARNIACY.: f; | GRAIN -- K; 'I' < .
plant own "; __ -e .It
... 'r TTHE -. | Clrc Ur and Prtco .. i
waste ,products ,,,00 tbelrfarnns: distill WHAT .WE DO FOR YOU. ----- -
F ruUh Application.I
G '* ?T industrial alcohol enough for, their C i'1 i

own use f.r best and power sod possibly '; Don't forget us when in ,S
\Ve carry the largest and i
k bare a barrel,or' two per season oUl
most varied stock of our line Z I I-IIDES'FUI-tS. W 11. E
5 to sell to tbe grocerymao. in town. LEADING need of Anything ..
Meanwhile there seems to be an exeellent c .' ; .

opening for the manufacture of ,We carry none but the ", DRUG i ifi in the Drug Country Produce a. Bpeclalt3r I .
Industrial' alcohol 'on a l large'scale in freshest and purest!' of drugs | S c1

Florida jbv Individual farmers and at all times. % STORE Line. ...w.ti .-,

orpor..t oDI. Cassava. .is no longer fi _. ,
Your prescriptions are filled { 1t.4 -- .-'-
an experiment: In the Peninsular State by a Graduate in. Pharmacy o __ ____ _____r._ _- __.. c-.= ty

,f 'It proliacally grows1there as1 ,In as any luxuriantly part of pod the perience.besides five years'aciual" ex- :! ,ft\ Bottle ot "fi bln6" FREE to Everu t; ; JIIII f

globe, aDd the 'Florld 'produut. coo rtrST "wv v'es'nv' i"v P ivVv itiv\stiv! iv i r
taint as much aLareb'..I does tbe product Doesn't this mean some ; i b T'y'R

1yl of the West Indies and, Brazil thing l' -- --, : 'Sst P,.

I The carry -
\ :.y. .. P 4 'v.'V'4T 'V''V'1fU''UI'' lIF_'V' .. ."U" :
1 'simple and almost ,oeape: llve.; Thp deliver.your packages withina ?

t't farmer hasn't much'to do except watch few moments after the pur- NORTH' K1SSSIMMEE.. PHONE NO: 8. DIAMOND BRAND
the.plant' grow until the'tlme comes to chase. This is not idle .._.ts--'- : .

,, harvest It.," and the process of harvesting boasting, but we want your rte : i

is easy Three,bund' red'and' fifty business .r.d. we know we ; C. W.. Griffin i ? Il-FOR-\YErlKrSH0.2 < '
of alcohol 'the "
gallons to acre as a .can
t '
miqimum 35 cents 'a. please.--- I ; $
crop, at gallon, < t / Stand Hardest Service
to well. ---- - A"
.certainly seems protnlse : : :.. -::. 0 -, I :
b t} 'Machinery. for the consumption of Fancy Family Groceries '

Industrial' alcohol l Is not being used Kissimmee, Drug Co.. I
a; ''to any considerable extent In this Fresh Meats. tPelfuery + Our"All-or-Wear" sboaa .rc kttary .4

;country alcohol fs yet rather, market. But fdr Germany the. ,4 Klsstnrnrp, 1)eWE ., .., IBt . wei Lt, and made to rtonot tLj rind of 'Si1.

.Is using such machinery and it ICvpry Day at any llour. 'Patronage( SollolteG..I.lta.EC. Mt'jt. .t bardeet'wear. .>cTb. ]

la only"; question of a fa the, timewhon Aa.a.a Y J-.T JV Jt, J*. JM, Jt, 3 solid Jurmltli '
. rfW
+ ec tl ib A da ity 'T > "envy .b .
> 1 It win bemused here place - --- -- ,. ......
ot plOltDe-, ,Placblnerl. Then lobe Y. ;, tf e
a unraatao' ; wtltR .
twuritteM of alcohol . .ARE AGENTS FOR----/ li '. , . J' ; a
making willifeooofcli : ., .. ., '
!tiAr, 4rA 1W"W-u I t v :-' 1! ; -".n9t;R vetrdt drets '
; o Rme i ,iii i. ; .lty p1nnt,
( 'Florida should get right; underllhe ( f 1 i- :, ,
,. .. .
bottom of the boo International'' Harvester Co:: ).t' !Jft'fMJ" ' ', \ , . : '.t> ' j ( ,M Jiff Drano z '* v'''" s
;;.rA \ r. \ t ; "lf'-W1't.1; 41 1 : ' each trc ii.; Ct: tUouJ 1J a jgocemakcr 0 ,! :
''jRYLHARUS'M.D.: ,' ..'. , " " ':'UJ8JMC'RWAN 1',1' e y l,
} q'
: ,. I. .1 ." ': 1', " ./_. '1 ;' :: '! ;) f I and standard of uniformity for ether grades. .
Tie Lit* teaserance;' 'Engtes.i f ;

,.'v $ : muadle\ has- .tsrted the public' to HARRIS' SANITORIUM: YOURS t C
'*> thinking The wonderful success that. TheBest the Market We ORLANDO TRY'ANOTHER DWtP II' IASNT THEM +
..; 'has.noel Balard's) Horehound Syrup ,
,rIn Its crusade) on coughs, influenza, will mike you close prices on En- Private institution toilt and.' equipped with all modern S&Q44 &wea. & ieKE
bronchitis and all
pulmonary troubles
d -has started the public to think- gii\es' and Pumps in running' orderon 'conveniences.for. Surgical work and the care and treatment of : / f K J

,log of this ,wonderful preparation. your farm. t the sick. we HAKE ru frf:. fine SHOES Trwi,, ti' s ,
TbeJ; ,are all Join .the proS Rates $20 to $&0 per: week, which includes medical. at Any; omrR tiodsc X Xr
S; ,,2fa cession, Mo aod and down 91.00.,with. Sold Rober-".Price W. 'L. Yan Dnzor & Co. tendance., ' Ifl TMCj' 4. : tlr
Our for '
1 aon'ii Pharmacy& ,' charges? surgical operations are moderate. WEJT.
I, '." .. .. ',
/i '.' A Good Law. --- '--v---,. If f ',r" ii
---- - --- - -
Tbe City Council of I Lakeland has
00:..+."' passed>> an ordinance prohibit the Fama Naciona! Cigars ;

:" electric further' use light of poles telephone'or trees telegraph'as place. W.. I* W1NN, ........ DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY ,

on which;to fasten anverllsing signs. aga"ulCOle.- f.
1?( This t. a law we would'' suggest ,to '. ;" : :: ;' ', '. . .. :Brand of. .
0// Largest
''J, Orlaodo city council. A"city street.bedecked "", )'\ .." r- 5($: ..'
with all kinds of signs 'U not __ ._ .r... 1'1
,::,. 'these artistic signs to say are,the in least opposition, and generally to our "'" .e.wr.0.w-o.: ,. . xSie.nYai.rrlo. .NUN.Dtt. . Clear Havana Cigars : : .i WILLOW DALEWHISKEY ,

own merchants One bad practice in ,
particular we have referred to before, WHY| ? \
I ,1 and that is the circus and show signs ;. J. W. SIMPSON .
'kl' $. of Paper or'olotb tacked on to awning Ask the Man That Smokes ,rt
aud telegraph poles and often permita .- DENTIST. . 1
(l b o ted to remain there until. rotted down ., s,
If;. or the wind blows them Into the street. Office over Osceoia Phsrnsacy. f.bZZ-Jmo \
This: should
be'prevented. .
U'is e.crying "
t OFFl HOURSJ' f\ ? .*: JJJ'.JSA* m'
disgrace bate a town -so .
l:.JO ,
disfigured.' .A good time to do It Is in ,Telephone. No,'70 Jun 8 p.. lyrT1. *$
the summer before, the season opens 0'' ,
up. Why not act on tbjs suggestion ," __00- &FULLdJI985XPRISS:
aDd at least be as near up-to date, as .

'": lakeland.Orlando,--- lleportar--- Star.. M. RIVERS, J i. U.Physlcksa I QTS.:' PREPAID[ <

.1:1.. (; ,.17OS.IUI!: ..oacl, Va..aad'Retnrn and Surgeon. ; 1' r t4

aria: Atisatlo'.Coast.; Line.,, Lowest Offloe in Van AGO pf Send ns $2.85 and we !IIm'.blp' you In a plain N f !' 1.
.''" rate of the Season. .' ,.. Duior:! Building. case with no ttmrks to show contents, four.lull : '
S Tickets on sale) May 30th in PBOVEs-effice'IIa,! gu.rU of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prepaid.;
!'. w' ': ..elusive. Final limit June, llt i. Kx: :* ,1.1..IJlJlIIi. H*. ,_ Try it and if yon don't find It all right and the'"'' 4
i,'i tension to July 6th may be had by depositing 'best :you ever lasted, send it: back to as at oor ex. '
',(;il ticket with' special: agentat! : -.,.,- - pen Ie and your J2.85 will be promptly refunded ? S
1 I lltcliojoncl or. Norfolk and paying. tee : 'j Isn't that a fair otter }
h.. of Mr cents. Return portion. '" .of ticket DR., LESLEY W. WEEDON. ,$8IEfliiii 1 D if$ Remember we are distillers, so when yon buy '',
: I, honored from Norfolk. > from ns yon save the enormous profits of the dealem Y
":Iif'f"". ,for/ IdformatioTi call cn'taeare8t.At* >' srloutler iO and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are /
bi t lantlo'Coast Lira agent, or "writ*' ' sure of Retting' our whiskey just as it conies ham ,Dl
:(, ,; \rj.*,,o,.KraKLAMD. lj.Pr,...A'Y KYf. KArt. NOSE AND- THROAT, Mean:$$made to ,all.who'UYor l i' yZ' ofcr dIStillery, without being tampered. with}In any.. .,' ',

__ Tllmpsr I.rJa, l'rlvot Ilbspltal, American National kI I -y. '
I 01 : them. In stylell If
: Bid wear you prefer corn whiskey, we will send r
YoU'Doa't .Bank. .- rgj,:Tampa, FlawOllAS .,, ,Jour 1\111 1 quart of our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S you 'c'
:Csucceed .the first'tine' use'Ilerblne and ,;- ., I :;"':' ''''': ..o. .. ease and durability' ShIeld Brand Shoes' 'WHISKEYIor prepaid. Von can't i 1
r: /%.' ou Will.get instant relief. The greatest toe ,the mark of perfection. buy a better corn ,whiBkey'.from Boybody.else.. at, .+
; liver rrgul"tor-'A positive'cure :'DR ,. (D. : 'eo Any price (
QKR) D BY l teeLIABUGi '
MERCHANT O.LYrM. Our of perfect
>'for coD4tlpatloo,, .dyspepsia malaria, t 'I eunrantee satisfaction or motleys/ p
I -.1 chills, i and all U er 'eomplaj 't.I. Air. c DENTIST..Office'ia.Van .' .' C.KISER CO. Manufacturer iIni refunded[KOCI with every shipment we nuke. Yon ,.T
' ran no( risk when deal with
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-4.O V of. Kmoryi: "writes. "My us as the owners
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1 r.. Gazette .whlw.s tar Laundry-City Bakery J Mrs. Simmons, of Maltland, I I Six-room cottage for rent or ....Ie Mae broideries and Insertions. at l! New Idea Patterns. ,' 10 cent, at H. t

Be Klssimmee Valleu. .... ; tog relatives in town. Apply to A. E' Bearden. 22.61.The HIS i anlord' Co. ) C..Stanford Co.' '. '
Dwellings, for 'rent, apply to M.
T.a.'EPHON. NO. 11. Tl ler. J See those Match1i.. 1..i.I.// C ity Bakery is f agot 'f<5r the jr-Kl.j. W Aderhold and .family The many friends of'' Madam, Del'' r

Corsets at H. White Slar.Laun -the bent In the gone Jacksonville where Antonio will\ regret to learn'' that;!.he'-
Fresh Block garden and flower,seed Beauty C. State. . have, to , I.1 dangerously ill at her rooms at the '

EVERY FRIDAY at the Kliilmniee Drug; Co. Wanted".-Polk county residence\ for Vfwill. spend the' pest few months, Park House.- She has been .In feeble !'!' ,, t

r PUBLISHED ' The Infant child of Mr. and Mr part-cash, balance trade. Write 2920 Mr. ,W.. M. 'Malhewf: "prorolnen I with 'Mlskl Viola, who .Is taking ai, health for tome lime,'but became tntftthworse -
i -BT-,, saluonlstof Orlando "was. la town bunion. ' course' at a Commercial laai'i! week and there is little bop r
MARRI. John Peeler died .t.. their home in. Capitol, Indianapolis, Indiana. of her .' .
i w S. Monday College, In that 'city, flnl. .e. her recovery. y
Live Oak was brought her last ir
New barber shop at Patrick';i old !
= Friday by Mr. Peeler for Interment.Dr. stand. Beryloe by a tonsoolal artlatoonvervant Phone,your wants. w"- do the rllD.nloJ& tudle .+ During 'their''absence Mr. Mr. Harry W. Thurman has purchased 1 +
OFFICIAL WEATHER WHPORT.ndlnc with all the latest fads in '. ", y: and Mr. Joe McDaniel are -occupy the cement block: machinery : .5

A. .t......tun for week. Than'd . . Jno.' E. Ennli tntriaeer of the barberlng. tf KissnpncB DRUG COMPANY, lug lol.>Aderhold's. ; cottage.Dr. 1 DOW being used In making the ,.block, -", .
M** 23. 1W7.Vvwwv for his building, and as so.n as thepresent "
Sunshine Home for CoQSumptlve atNaroooteewai We are requested to call ,....'ell..I..o work I I. completed he will, ,
n. C.- 14. Brlttaln will preach at and Mr*.. M."J. Hick* 'returnedWednesday
In town Monday and to the notice of the council this manufacture blocks for -sale.He*. t
Yea -In: I-t} I Campbell Station school house Saturday city In. < night from Miami where! 'j
made this offloe an appreciated call ? also' to make' grindstones\ ..r i
issue calling\ for" bid. for a.tavengrrand expects :
- -morntna' at 11 o'clock and Sunday : ,,,hex wereealleda, few day ago by1' emory wheels and tiling. ".

.:... .. ... 'II eJ'' ,I Dr. Huddleiton, of Miami, who afternoon ai 3:30 o'clock. street work. telegram. to1'attend the bedside o/ their .'Tru-- ..i) '
8aadar ,.,. . .. . .1 611 The Board of County Bond '.,. "
had been on a business trip to Barlow; tine 'Shirt Mr. C W. Ward "lI1leaye nephew u' Ulnton. Dr. Hick report <
of White
A beautiful tees held a meeting this mot'p llg' at .
i1w e.nday ei : :;' ..:.:.'.:.:.. .. ::1 as N ttopoed over here Friday and Saturday Waists at 11, C. Stanford Co. row night" for the North to spend the .* that they found him In a very Vhlch,, it was decided to. take sup anti t., .+!:

1 w........... '. . lIT '10TIoundal. to visit his srranddauehterMI. summer. His man friends here bx up" low HI ate of health, from the effect' ofwhich I other" one of the outstanding county 3
; M. Pfann and Mrs. 10
T Mr. and Mr' n. ,
4. .v' .. lit Marie Huddleiton. to see him return In'the fall'much Improved be was quite weak.,:, fle seemed bond. The Interest. on this bond wa
O. T. Slngletary went up to. Orlando not due till July, 1908,'and the" later r.; i

_. _ __-----A If'any one want medicine that, will Wednesday .to visit. Mrs. W. J. In health. somewhat nrltihler and more cheerful 1 I jest forever one year ,,,wlll therefore1 f.' 'i t
-- tbbuich ,.before left. Bea, has '
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cholera and all other Block be saved by paying off the boocT'oow/
cure hog
wbb"is In the hospital Inthat. Mr. Harry W. Thurman's new .
vv %% and chicken diseases apply' to. Waring, -. host olh. 'lends here who Lope.bewill'' This. leave only eight outstanding''
: MRS. W. A. rilESCOTT.Ktsslmmee . : city dredgeboat has been..completed 'and soon be up'and .about again.' bond against the county -which are 'I

: < Fla. Ladles' ,, the machinery placed ready for-w >rU. j now held by. the State'Bank'' : of, iKlsslmmee. -
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TNT, ;OCAL FIELD., not waste material;'' At DANN'S..nattern.! ',' She was given a trial Tuesday''; and Mecsr. Henry, R., Will and L ."' -i r.

Dfr..Jno. B.SInfrletary Bratden- 1 both the engine/ and the pump 'workedin ; Ovfi-nlreet t-turned''home' '' last week Caps Clay Johncon," Sr.,';;: > >.1 ' v
J Miss. The Ilev.. David D. KIdd 'will bold !
Iowa and her aster: Stapleton, an admirable onaoner,':"'L)1e' Homestead country' south' of Clay Johnson, Jr.. returned from Fort

_._ Aabtt. _. of Valdosta, Oa:, have been spending: services In the Episcopal church on I Miami, .wheip they. nafe been trucking Myer.'Tue.dsy'where they bad' been' "'"

; several. days here the guests of 'Mra. Sunday 'oed.. Mornllljt' Prayer, and .Dr,; S. W, Walker, president of, the plut..eaIOI l Theyrabalda', good foi; the past ,several month', ...
.bye' atUd DANN'It; Oep. T, Sing lelary. '""ii >4 Sermon atTlO:30, Evening Prayer and Southern College,. Sutherland. ,,, has ) boating on ibe Caloosahatahee"rlver. '
'I| ' .. crop, and rt'lIlll..d 101'004 J prices for It* Captain Johnson, Hr..........& thatbe':;
4 o'clock. resinned his position on account of
tbe'Tuner., Orlando Sermon at: .
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The local market Is now.. well supplied and pre consequently on the shady had Just' bad the steamer' Lllltaout'
FiDe lioe'of watches at the Klisiin-- ill health and ReT J. P, .BUt/u..o has: on the ways and .bar a tborou4 }
_'or RenUr>Slk.I room house In Rood with'peaches .nd. good many Hide of Easy treew"These" young men gave "
been elected
Drug Co. to su oeed him. rbaultngc1.P.lDLIljl; '.1 .
[cation. Apply' .t this office. are.being shipped north,which bring mee expnct bar return u> the East C a.". la she 1* Dow In 0rt-cUMS. sk I.; ;,;.j',' \.

,t'" / Born Mr. and 'Mr*. L. C. Drlgg fancy' prices-. On account of the Mr'J'.MJ.O.rdDerwI: leave next Southbound train No'i 89 wa&wreck-..tblt Ull'and 'engine/ In the pineapple. only awaits. the. rats of few. ,"", .

To-day. to May 21eeb; a d. llhtertt; ;.:: drought the fruit Is rather' small' ,' ,'but'- week for"nlobmoDd, ''Va"/-toattend; ed three mll"*? thiseide.ot' 111Sonford fl by-udustry'" ; '' .. ' resume" herrKu, frog, here.. ..*'... ..,.. -'. ."Ka! t tI I; .

1r the.flavor: Is. Hoe. J ' .. ,*. atSmoke ) the, annual reunion 'of Confederate Tuesday Va.ternoon', andthw'e!I worst. I i! f, ; .'
Mr. .and Mr*:)WarrVriw:: ; ,ThurinB W'elt.n.aoa, ' Veterans .On the way borne, ;;iie 'willtake no trains from k he; not-U La,,fLillabiut}I \ ' ;' .'
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day .,wr 1 o'ln, lsnjpafthlweek. ( o'clock Wednesday"morningvi :
loa a . ... 60 cigar on the market. ',"", ' III,the Jamestown Exposition. : '
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,of Having -purchased the KI..LmmeeBottUnIl' Mr*. S, D. T. Oosena and children; f .,,
Coot. W. H
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-Fly keep* filet. foff' hors. and Works .1 am prepared tu of Jacksonville, are visiting the familyof I \ "
, ... :!.'\ and S BO cent. Bold .a.y Ki.- United Slates engineers< , with bead promptly supply bottled. soft, drinks. '
> Co.;' 19.4t.l Tamoa"ws..hero; last Phone 128 and orders will receive Judge W.13, R"Johnstonv They were
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returnedIdont.y week to consult with, CapU Bill Knight prompt' attention passengers on.,the train wblgh 'w.a' Old Time 'Patter :..
Mr,, W: Lt. Van Du "r Don't Buy s. ,;;
. bight from V brief visit to. about the 'work to be done by the 11-,tf. J. A.. Lancaiter.. wrecked near'Sanford Tuesday. ,, afternoon ....,

t, Jackxmville./ drrdjreboat JCI..lmmt'e. The Thurman Transportation Co. and bad to come around by way '

&'yea' Mr Ju; O'.Uerry. came j>i nies'rom Remember Dorothy Dodd shoes forladies bye discontinued service between their:! Kiss dally I mmee' automobile and Trilbyand 1 o'clock Lakeland'arriving Wednesday; morning.hereabout Get_ the Ladies' Home Journal: ';-, :'. !!; }':.t;

'....< last week ut aDeod Ibe at DAMN'S, I '-' '
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Sly t the ( Sanford and.through the summer will Near the Court house, half sere lot, : patterns. 'Exclusive: styles !'perfect :\
i ,', ,, summer, h.-r. with his parrttti. Mr. L. WlllUins came up,from make.only three) trip a week, 'connecting broom cottage either with or without \;: 1:1' :: .
Loutrhman Tuesday to pack and 'ahlp furniture, splendid neighborhood. .
If hava laundry to end Line steamers fitting thoroughly up-to-date YO : : '
'k you any with the Clyde .r' : .
E ,' an" want It Bond upa Brood his household goods, to that place. J. M. WILLS:N, JR. .l., .
Ity way Sanford. \ .
the City U.k.ry. .' Mrs.- Williams and the children 're at '''these''' :'V
I' shape, phone Miss Margaret Bryan Is here from pan get, at our .pattern ;cpuriter; RPrice
nave house papered, Geo r
turned with him Wednesday your ,
formerly 'a rei morning New York, where' she has spent the .C
Mr. "Peer Schurr, Gilbert will give, satisfaction "
and will make Loujfhman their homeIn you : io'anti cents.. .. |
,Iden'uf KUnlinmee but how of }Micht : winter studying art, .and will 'leave 15 \ :

't yy ir; .: taz'ftI\' \, was hole last Saturday.t 'future. There will be no service at the Bap today for Dancer, where her"'parentd ,\ , /' I /. ,.

\'All'Color* narrow velvet llibbon at. list church next Sunday morning because are at present making their' home. D A IN" N. :' \
F Oct ynnrf Mohnol 'iippli<** at the KU- of the Commencement Sermonat .-
.''slmmee Drug Co I .IIIlIne, of tablets C?Stanford, Co.:' Miss Bryan hat made good 'use of bel'time ,
the High School, but in the evening -
; "I.\.fo l \ s; |H nclli. hens. etc. Mr. W. Thurman 'la hay lug and has won excellent encomiums KiSSIMMBE FI/A '
t Harry the pastorwlll preach on UC rl. from her Instructors.-Times- ,r Phono,44... ; ,: : >' f '- < ;
I '-The hill.'lg.' .county court apover" fastened on the large Iron tian. Citizenship," and everyone. Is invited Union. ..
for ..hi.'county haspinHeil. both house*' tank which he purchased from Mr. present.. '

v 4ao1 t;, been signed by ,the governor..Trv Ward and ,wlll 'have It made airtight Patronize home industry by getting
to. be used as a. .pressure tank Queen Quality Shoes.all styles at. your bottled soda from the home faotory. -

+Y, 'hlnllr.4"W"n".. the new barber un-to-daU',ahoa*. )'Sharp. Every-ra- la case'fire breaks out In any of '))11. II C. Stanford.Co. I will .be Call properly up 126-filled.llif. and. ..)'our' orders John B. Stetson University: t '

Airline. turpentinehand
aor'. ,,' cl."n towels, Qmt-oUi. buildings.' _' George 'wa.negro I J. A,.LANCASTER.' i .

r 1 :and Mm. ILea.Bandy'end batty/ .Mr. and Mrs.. M. KaE wlll- leave Sheriff-Walker recruiter,.Monday arrested for carry by I 'The Married Ladles' Club waenter T ....UUSt COLLEGES, AND 'FIVB ,TECHNICAL' 'SCHOOLS.DuLANDi : ',

., rfturnV'l'' to' MUml last Money after tomorrow night 'for Baltimore .to at.Lend Ing a concealed weapon, and. triedbefore'J hiDed by the husband of the member's .frLOplDA.,, .: "rAffiliatedyWitlii
*a' '.horuI I Itllt.. with relative and the fiftieth of the .....- \
t' anniversary udge Johntrttyn Tuesday, lie at a bowling party. .at Out.ler'.Ie1'! r."
.frfend-' marriairi of Mr. 'Kate's. parents.. They w"'uund.ulai and sentenced to Tuesday eventnc. The" ladles prize II, University Chicago, : .

10: 'HPIpWnntedMemtlylnralsePoul,-' will also visit the 'Jamestol-q ICi' position. 1Jlae ) .daja .on.the county gang.': for the best score relit to M ra,, Sr II. Celle.* of Lltwral: Arls.-The ttandarcli are than. nt the Doiventty'' Chleasto.-- 8lBtoUon < :, ,I'

". IpxIHo, rill' Meade on nharep, Mr. hits expects to'ret.ura in and 'the gentlemen's' ,,pclze; .nn'.R *'f"o.r.adyoth ir tlcffrect ,jfrou I i bob audiblesgo' bee.?_* CLLCIt, and ; +IColt.
,, trv I Guide-Charts: with each La-dies' Home. Bullock Btvtuotraiimtciff* ,* "*' ',"- . '1 , .
. '.1 Write, '''CWO' .Capitol Indl&nupolU, a short time, ,but lira kats. will i Journal pattern. At DANN'S. was won by Dr. J Vlnn., Bowling, is j!. ? .rot Law.' -0raduate.ofthis Collordare'" 'aJmltteil, toprnctloaUw'' ," la riorllm.. .wilh--'" .
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!p''tnit'! . b cob bbly'be' away. the balance! of the Mr. George. W. Hopkins, writing becoming quite" .AJ .popular':' J'pa.tlm'iwtl {ieon..ol eMumfiiMllon.T.cli.olosfir and School of 'Mechamic. Art..-Ueohcnlaal..'C1v ll,3tl!:v otfio.j, _C
ftrbt Hlrtirlit. ry, of stetson ; I :: KnuliLHrfim att'l Moul 'J'r&lolaf COIIr... Iwuiiuc W.rduaroa.,'' Flue pew 'buUjinc, OMtlrequipment. i"
sucnme.r. / ladies"and
M.r the them .
:' .., fX>m'} au. Gallla to the Valley Gatettt [ some of angr ? r -- '
,I;,.Ut'tv"t t I II I y, haw hcftn here 'thl.'U Florshelro's S3:I Patent' Oxfords 'are otbls. drainage. canal project: getting to be experts; at t.bel'ame,. > ColUceef B.*lneiM.- _B.n..ln' in alf Its braOCb5.. Bc"'U''PI- oy 'ie.i ;'metiort''l-*, 1
says I t and T > KUrUv; couri.. |ll other I> & QU.M n4m""lnu.bulldln
nod J. K Chnrilii< > t wriUng ; upon cp .f.'ID. rle1l'ae
c I fhl/l brothers, < T. .,- . .' ,
; / ; \ I the correct thing as to style, comfort "I'have canal) about complete, from 1 have 'works '; > i'
3fntlr4ry; -. _' Found at il.. C, Co. now' my'new'bottling PropantoryAcadea. .-llradualtspteperedto'eider, p ardeale, ,UrftUetop.. otfotir
th I otc. Stanford ''i .
Eau Oallie river . '
Lake Washington to Installed And am ready to fill all'orders : .Mlebtg .UIl'"I. B"UPII) !'< > ?

*. ''Wri re (},...:,,''I\I..I\.ii' fits 'w ". 'not ,onljr. ;V- and when.water comes' up/ajratif. the for first' class' soda ,.water Normal ...'r::1... '' Prlmurf &Del' '

K.fro U'f tt. '''your linrscs, and cattle. W.'$. Harwell and John' Hctroan, canal will be read. t to' do the work.Anybodywishing \4ymacblneryla all pew and I'can tenvhrni / l'ubUo)8rluHtl ,
,1 pr .' 25 Bni "fttcont.n., sold by ICtBHlmmee accompanied! by1*' the editor of :this : furnish better goods "than ever' before'. WpMughaOrwuf:.-dSleDee'pfpe'otgada[ oxenj1.tuu.;....par.-tooU. tlnc. )UI..r .lti. r 1

.i .Iuli C.... 19-h paper,. took au outing on.Reedy Creek boAts .,seine boat: boat or sailboats,\ such a,*"' ( veilt9 a trlalt CUA .BABS., o Art Hchool.-N.w imdio.. coati,C.*&., mod ela,."'.;:! .

Marlon'' aUf of Ch'orga' V.r'Dkm'h. Columbia Toronto Wake .oreaLnnl.IIIe! BowLfiolo
for/J: KB8U( >*n where he will kpicouplf.ftt (' ,.-a The party wot.t to' .where,the with Watrs" &; Carson Grocery .Co their'' aan Sunday\ School picnicr -, lllrMt I I.fi3nOkoellUnlOatlyoftliactsan'nsuuraauaudotber.UnlnrMrlm.-Th.resr0'-'<
Satisfaction i guaranteedfir. ': : :Maple.ove heI.lre.hore' 'oa.rtrvoo,0od00In tiulldlOK aud ogcipmeulneariv.qu.rlerof, a tn'llloa d.ll.r.ndowm.nt-. t.u.nder.tlibroryofourla.OYl07oluu.l
; t Heels |..uklnu; In the alcrhta of railroad croaaeathe crooks, aud secured\ ,. at. .on ,: ". ) abeauttfnlchspe l wtthOMtly fornliblnm luolnd. f .
v A' ,IIlD !tAlUtELS N, )last. ''A'great maD,' ;.visitors inn slatn.0 i flu window 7 oil .*nMut.,.,IUI.OOO plno ... vitti
the: .xpmltiori a boat that was !locked tc*. the trestle Monday" p orfnn i Hymiuilim eompleM-
: Charles .,.,..rm'u.: a.. ..olf. ..d >thl.l4. flrW. runnliii .Inck, t unl.. eoort,. b.aebatt" dirmond and ,
u lanadwillpr.Ch and ascended the; ;.eeldn' .this bo it.:I .- Graham, the 'sawyerof from nearby l :'piaces'were'present, : and, .rl lron.. .....Id.... wlmralait. quit,rawinjr end ether av.o".".ep r.tWIIK bullilfiur for men *nd. w
c :. J jiev.;11'J: 1Yruaisilf The *of the''outiag as given bat ,;.the 'r-apt' mill bought from Mr. the? town was thronged. with the DI. Ion 1w'lI Ubuntorlnfor. Clicnt, try. Phvtlc,' HurufloloiT, ""Mlnero> .., suit JUftOfl"I: ',t 1
Allldeve' Hall"; next report M ..r..lla'.8 nul-un> *n4 .bop ; ulMtrio Ifrhts;sleclrtd!bell, itooni b"nC"" 'a' ( j
; In t1M' George"Gapfioday.tenacres of 'lndupon'wijlcVlio colored ,,ao ,.... . ....
Is as- tullovva.Dne'8eh: caught;; onesqutr""ref > : visitor all ''day.. i was ni tim it arena..paclnu. eHmpii .b..blMr' and t ; orlalIttwary, .I06i and otliar .

t 'Tuesday'evening. '. r't IA'tt'gtnck.: dove* shot 'dtie wilt |buUd.. .. moderii unusually, .quiet, orderly crowd,. :;iho'frter bud.nldaubstorle.. >tneeoO re..p.ntrt.Uaaaod.nok.eularisate.obtug. : . ." .' TheloeaUoul&,
... \ shot; one } ,; ; bcaolliiil w a hosubrul\ .and the "paI iM are low.UNCOEN. i.
.'(\ ,"n".t"' trt i the. aerviee.( .,:;:: '.: ..,'j:'cd"'., '&bbtt.i tJ and one .deW.'found, just home and "K ,1 b\\, understood.that. be ..and the management [deserve a -'rot eata.'Ie-., : de" add! .i talormaquwl i addr.N the Prestd.htti '-' s
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Tired Nervous Women A few years, ago the manatee wad ,

--r----:"' thought to ha fleer extinction.\ now It

t Make Unhappy Homes C. H. ROCKWELL.' ,Ifi often seen and 1 Is increasing am "

Real Admiral. U. 9,. N. er.sonall}' arijuajnted with 'about flftrpeclmctto. .. '

1 ,liave been much Interested from \ a laIr prpportlon; of -which

cD: -tliuo (o time Jn what we must call tins are calves. Their shynos. protect'

- 'n-Itch-liacet' ales//' Let me ..!ld'il them froro (Mm rltta of the touflnt.. A

Hill (o 'them heavy .penalty for the wanton doslruc-
Some years ago I was 'desirous ot tlon of the manatee deters: some, amid

driving/ a well near my house fur\ a Just a germ cif 1'11111' Ic., sentlincut, ou

water mipply, HO hat the \pl tI'| could, the cimit rI'All'IIIIS: ,,0tll."ra! from seek- a

be carried under. (he house aud Into Ins to kill t lhe 1, :;>.=ce ltur>'. .' '.
the kitchen( slnl,.,where wi>umu could
be I\tlal'.lt'd. l to it. I therefore\ : sep ,to -el --'. ULiIi- :i inas
:: HEALTH. .
'to mi! adjoining town for tho driver, of Bell'Poor Cow. must be watclied carefully; and any '

wells;, who cam ft with bill tool*. urrlvfiiB '- ( appearance' of disease must lie arrested -
:iiI The flaures of really represenia- '
+ about 1 'I' in. lie asked ma remedies.! .Unless tileCompletion'
live herds must mean something to by proper rarIties the Hlcxxl 1 and Clears Up,. 4
,\;hOl'e'bhed trj have the well lo The herd of the orchard\ receives careful alTen- : -'/
the, thoughtful
cated, 'aud Vindicated 1 (the exact: upot. lion It will prove a waste of tim?and
and tho individual
A second mail who had ,accbinpunlmlhe low production a c.uniberer of .f.e! laud.-:;.-Richmond 'l"I'YblldY' tired ta iake Sulphur" at
cows that dolioj return the owner a' _.:.. '
( well!) artist look a forked (wig Thl1es-DlsJlatcJlt ,this uc.'iwiri. Nothing 1'kfc! it to purify the '
from bin"'jjochel'! and began ]11\1101> net ,pi'oflt'ot-$12 or U Ii pet yea"scarcely '- blond l, clear up the complexion and remove '

," ._ _ _ justify this Invt-stniont of "' lint tired "
j over (he ground, and at the very-spot Tin Yankee Milk Pull. ( fueling. hut thft'onl, way to
MR3.NELUE: MAKHAM ,MRs.G o.AJAMES where' 1, desired the well'; (the twig money, lime' and labor In keeping Wbll"e take II I As !in liquid form.". Hancock' Liquid "
of herds shows cltj-; .
these bet.
Ihelll.1. study are demanding'a
A Irritable suffered' ; t did Losi8 what 'becani. ot deemed to point directly to the Kiilplnir" talon iulefnllly ..tbe brat Spring
nervous ften so < economical
woma.n.x> on that the thing to do im,, to ter quality of milk and health officers
!; the verge of hysteric*. Is a source of m., and tnr family distpnlrsd or my r.- ground. The A'eU1111' driven In the tonic I'plied est ornally Uncock' Uijui
'. f iludto I sell the 11001' .co'\\'. (to the butcher as are doliiK their beat to make the
' hfln inn' .
cover I'hvili'laiu Kcjcem and
misery$ to everyone who comes under ) exact spot Indicated and hus never Sulphur iiirkly| \cure Tetter
was urged too try 1.'di".E. I'Jnlll.1. fast as they can be replaced with bet. sit and take: notice 'my '
up \ ,
her influence Skin Iieeat's. Hancock'.;
J and mis abundant all the
&n unhappy ansi. I want to tell failed lo deliver an supplyof
Vegetable jolt
producers.. Tho latter can lie accomplished method 'of the simon
ter obtaining
arable her elt. 3 tuatitba entirely nirwl mo. ,,1 think it (07celll'lIt'atcl'. It was ready' for pure liquid !Sulphur Ointment, remove J'im-
Such woman nol htmY II tb. finest uiodidns. on earth anil nm i use at.f I. p. III. either by more Judicious article may boot Interest Dust" ">of plea, ]Ulol'kb".da l and Sores, and give a

>&nds from home but; are wholly unfit rwommendlnir II to all my friend cud I had .itt('en heard, of this divining It t 'lng' or by. raising the heifer\ calves !' ceilings: and. walls whitewashed interiors beautiful 80ft..t', nkin. Your druggistsriiu
to frovvrn children. aoqusintaTi'e%. ot hIeh-prodiicluK! mated to' white duck
mothers_ clipped cows,
business liefore. lull I I had it. It cured Edward D. ofFrederick
/ UPCIIIK Herring
The ills of women, act; Jlke. a firebrand Mr*. leo. A. Jaraex, a life 1&iig j never n purerbred! \hire having a lineof, IIlIch.mothet.s suits etc., are all well enough, but
upon the nerves consequently resident Fredon, N. Y.! writes: I asked (the diviner t to )leud.nio the, Md.of a lind cane of Kc-zeinp. .

.even-tenths of tho nervous prostration Dearllni Plllkham"I :- | twig and J went c T.into.the field\ by In his ancestry.This farmers are few who will pay any at- and be write: "M/frl-e!: it a* smooth. a* 4".
In not difficult( to do.when
so '
nerToua despondency t h. wa In a torriblr run rtoirn Toon Jit land \' I inynelfand (a my HiiroriHc) ; << It acted atlndardof tention to such an inf nt'.." I

"blues", sleeplessness and. nervousIrrltabmty had JMTTOUS pravtraMon caiiHwl l by perrlmr Booklet free, .if you ,
of women arlsa from coma famala troul>le. in fant I hint not tiown well a cow determines definite!)' "'batItilld (plans for which appeared In the '
Inns rblldron born. This condition that I also 'wus a lucxlliini, and (Ibo writ Hancock Liquid| Sulphur Co., Haitimore. -
'organic raogmuont.Do my were I : of a cow be will buy or produce. Tribune Farmer not long ago) and .
I t
worked on my nerves and I wa. Irritable matter puxzled nin .very': greatly. .
you experience fits depression. and tnlnerabla. I had tried unatiyramwlim conversed with (he?! seer and funnel and ROCS aften (hat cow instead of the covered milk pall produce the desired --
with rotlmwD" alternating1 with extremelrrlttbllitjr without T Utip mai-b help/ but taking something ,else that may be result for me. The first essential HJilWrd dt-cldd to( grant '
aud cultivated has
tlmt he
was an lutullleeut 'King
f Do you.Buffer Lydia 11:. J1iiWminVezetabl: Compound cheaper or easier to get The greatest la A clean cow:! The Hoard stall!
from pain la the abdominal n-fflon.. braiifrhtma bark to health and Ktraiglh. I It mauiifl! WUJII.II that Him the wldjw of Sir William\ Howard
backache, bearingdown pa.ins.nervous hu also carried me Kafoly. through the |1\I'liH-IIII| { of, I he.lilKli school lal) *anelshborlns !! practical dittlqull lit In discovering will take' care of (hecow-she HtiKsetl the war' corn-siiondent. .* -
of lAta. I onnnot., too ..Wronglyruoooiuoiid n hat'cows are poor and how poor couldn't If she
: dyspepsia.. aleeplessneitii. Dod almo&tcontinually Change medioln"> town.' He could give mono get'dirty would. Our. butte of rooms) In HnmiMon\ Court
cro s anil snappy? If so, your! (Uiohal: oxplauntlon ..r.thl' jilie- they arc. Tiln| l Is quite easily donein Palace. 4

your; nerves in a shattered con Mrs., Plnkham's Invltatloa to Women. lIomenoO1'8al' ,( that I ha was i so. HPIIslltve 4ust one way-by weighing and --
: ditionand you are threatened with testing the milk of each cow often I '
i lDervoua'proatratlon. Women Buffering1 from any form of (o titling 'ivntor( and \Its ronnoctlon. enough throughout the milling nH \\'(insTn A HKKI.KTOX.: : '

Proof monumental that nothing* ,female weakn-rst are invited to 1 .. with what he had (lemon8raed. 3T/A lNifi'.
to get a fair estimate of her
to tha world is better for nervous communicate promptly with Mrs. ( I that IK driving over n brltlKu period ; CLOTH \Yondpi-ful lpitorHli( Caunrd<< a

troubles of women than Lydia K. Plnkham, at Lynn, Mans. From tha wit h.H swift rirnning III ream beneath. worth. Scales and< Pinkham'n Vcg-etabl Compound, symptoms /friven tho (trouble may be cost but a few dollars and their use
I his! wrists would 1 lwll*-h perceptibly(\ \
made from native root and herbs. located and the quickest and'.urNt when! holding tha relus. Here WHS may easily! lead to an improvement 1i n. ', '
thousands of of advised. Oul of her hn herd will add hundreds
Thousands recovery ( tlvat
and women way i ot(
material I to work on. and BO 1 weift 'Mrs. Charlos X. Treston. of rlk-:
to this fact. vast vbliime of exjwrlrnce lit tr."Unll't..male '. .
c al1 testify to the fJ'OOt"anllllall) I Should not
Mrs. Nelllo Makham. of.. 151 Morgan: I1U Mrs. IMnkham probably to dm fountain. hcud ot knowledge every dairyman ask (and answer) the I j -laud. Pa says, : "Three: )'I':1r".IIRo I Ijo f'';.. I.
fit., Duffalo.' N. V, wrlt.ea-: has the very knowledge tiiut will help I 81111. sought/ for light/: inn mat lii)' 1I01l* ('- '
"On which.sld'o of the profit
2>ear Mr Plnkham.1. :- your cane Her advice Is free und I i I In !my hou (' tit that time as11 question ...' ." 1f'lU'f'I wOI'kfaK becorilni a

was a wrack from nervous prostration. always helpful. _._ I T honored) guest wan my father. line-and how far front it-is '-my I burden. I t tired easily -

LydIa B. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound. made from native roots and ('.Learned In lie sciences and tnloglchj herd and every Individual In It1"Indlanapo'UIi II hn
herbs', contains no narcotics or harmful I drujra.and today bolds the rt-oord far j of all the apex Ilu>ologlan. student, News. --I II I find was fulllnf: fast
the number of actual cures of female dlseason of any medicine the ..
j poet teacher 1'R\'&'.lrJ' I In many i I My complexion got
world has ever known and thousands of voluntary tcMlmonluIn are on Home-Miidc. : Cow Stanchion.
I lands and familiar wilh literature In 1I yellow and I l li)at
file In the laboratory' at Lynn Mass., which testify to iU wonderful value. I I'. (I. Senrple, a Canadian farmer 1I I I '
Hpveral languages;; he knew"many 1I over ;SO pounds. My
I furnishes l'aplllId Fireside wltb his
for things and had a vast experience. To I thirst was terrible,
Lydia E.: Plskhata's. Yc&xtable Compooid ; Remedy Women's Ills plan of making row stanchions. He
him I submitted( this problem In t- I and there
. Da > sugar
says he has used both chains sad the .__ -, _I
) Servants' Paradise.If ural) science\ and thin wan his exposition. I II iu the kidney eereI -
old stationary( stanchion but has
domestic servants had every night lie said that he had known orthe" I [ons. My. ;.1 or't 01' kept me ou a strict
come to consider his plan superior to
When You out and two half-holidays in the week so-called divination for water either of them. The figure at be - diet. but as his medicine was not

S. Want Pure domestic! service might come to be and that the power or facility, or right In the Illustration shows the helping me, J began using $poan's

White 'Lead, the most popular as It Is probablythe whatever It might 1>e called, ,)\\D' stanchion closed. 'The one at the I Kidney Pi I". They }helped me at
doubtedly existed., and had been used once and soon all truces of dlx-
IGet It beat paid of any form of women's. : left represents the stanchion as It appears I sugar
"II'ork.-Revlf'w of Reviews. with success on man)' occasions which I when appear'" I have regained my former
Probably thereis ...... had come under his observation! and I weight and ant perfectly _lit" -

no other CALL HIS CURE A MIRACLE. said that ho would give me a theory, ti ;iL t 9I The Yankee .Milk Pall. i Hold by ajl
'- article of com lint .could not vouch for its cOf'cet- I II I- I \ Fo3l'er-Milbuvn Co.. Buffalo, N. V. 4
I come1"out of the barn In the
I merce subject.edtoio Tortured Terrible I ness for want ot exact know- : cows -- -----
Dry Kruptlons :. ... I
much -1'00 Disfigured/ to Leave House .edge. lie l proceeded* as follows?: I I I nt____'_ _.. ii :; .. spring\ Make clean no as they mistake are about when(lie on j I' No Hayseed

dul. .Cutlcura Cured Him. "AH nature l la full of a-mysterious : Preside Albeuer of the Transpor.
I stall; his. stall l Is the I ideal l method I'
tera. "EI. r fence tbe time 1 grew 'into manhood I \power or element which we call elec- tatlon Club"who; i U traffic manager of
for tying 'U > COWH.Nextln .
lion I have been- ufl>rinij from a dry erup I trlclI)'. \Ve know very little about it, lclxi'\ \ | Borax Smith's new railroad Into No-
Importance Is the overed ,
.- and tion wbich at tin'iB* iippeai-ed very extensively but we know (hat it la present In the vada,, had a saTcbrusher fofhls guest

mil. and at other time, but to a limbed earth the air, the sea; In fact. In all 4 .... pail Mine Is made after my own I tho. other dey. and .as an .Incident-to '

repre.amlation degree, on my body. I con.ulted a numb water. We have It In our bodies. 4 Ideas, and looks pomcthtng! like an entertainment of this prospective
:> 4 as of, without result, and lat In ordinary' milk pall turned upside! j
some persons it iff 'very strongly I i shipper took him to the rooms of
White .. up
Lead. January I wee affected with 'a terrible! J' down-small end up. The top is
Out 0118 brands of "While Lead" eruption on my hand*. scalp, and face 'The shown. it Is lean apparent d seven .inches in diameter. A shallow I the club In lie James Flood building'

recently anaIT%. by the Government which wee ao bad haC I. could not area tendency of some electrical< Agricultural Kit:: pet-intent Station of leave the house ao I finally mortal to the Is to attracteach other, and by pan, ,j chutes 3'ou' was telling me about"

,1 North Dakota. 5 contairw4'absolutely Cuticura Keniedie So far they representan the ahoi-t.estjines, Jn this case we top and Is fastened thE'rA\ few remarked the stranger drawing forth
no White Lead, 5 less than 15% of outlay ol. few have holes one-sixteenth of an inch Indlameter'ln
only a dollar anil I I1 am a strongly electrical man. a a big watch and consulting \\4L .
: White Lead, and only 3 over goyf of completely restored to health/ while formerly stream .. the bottom .pf the pan
L ru\i\jlnis\ \ 'or percolating a ii the '
Jay.Adams Xlckel ate
: road
White Lead. I had spent dollars upon dollara on' :' ! near the centre-let the' milk sun .' '
prtaduclnsr '
i i
or Inciting a I'urrent.; ') 'one of the directors of tho clubl'happened ; '
There it, however a way to be certain doctors remedies and ointments without' 'of and], ." \ hroughilnfo the 'pall. The spout cf .
of the purity and genuineness of getting cured. .The Cuticura Keincdiea rrirreaent -.. electricity, ,agreen forked ," :' : tile pull has a tight fitting cover.' tol; >e atandlnUcloseiby, f;' ' ,
the White Lead you buy, and that is a" perfect miracle. Henry E. Kainping twig, for a dry twig will not act. Now. .; 4. ''or Jjst then another member approach '

;: ::: One two 'thicknesses of strainer
tp MtWtbe keg :you buy bran thIS 633 Eagle Are., New' York X. Y., i we find that the wood\ of the twig la '\ ed with.a erln. "".. '

Dutch: fioy trade mark. This trade Feb. 18 and Alar..15. 1906." not a conductor of electricity neither cloth arc slipped under the pan before ."How yuh, Jay? Iow'. the Nickel
t -mark'U' a p< .itiv lcuaranteeof: abso.luteljr Is the bark but the sap between them j jPlan It is fastened In place. and the re- ''Plate' p"Don't

; Pura Whita 'Lead made HOSTIIJJ REL.t\TIOSS. la a condu tor. So the maui holds the suit Is a dust and dirt proof pall. '
by the Old Dutch Howell :"Wh .t relations exist between twig he walks about until There is no patent on thin pall. you try no cracks like that ,
a spot la
Proce. you and Miss Cowel$?" reached where To work this; combination I P'iOJ' J on me, young (ellftr. I raise aifalfey.
water l la "
.of Making Cow Stanchion. but I ain't the greenest! thing ,
Powell: "Her father and mother.* electrical action his coed about as follows: I take my ever
; electricity Is
SEND FOR and stool and sit down the struck this town. An let me tell yub
Illustrated Bltl.Arlro. pall' by
attracted toward that spot traversingthe' The two sides are made of bard- "
BOOKNATIONAL under the wood four feet ono and cow. tie her tall. milk out the foremilk this here watch Is solid silver. '
.Red sap bark of the twig. long a Quar-
Salmon cheaperthan San Francisco Chronicle. '
"'&Tat.sPsI.t and it ter Inches thick and two and halt wipe her sides and udder With a
turning down toward tbe a
.4.. _....,.1.- beefsteak at 10 eta. reservoir -
per pound. be --
_u.-.. ...,.. or natural manufactory o( Inches wide. The end pieces are ot cloth. and proceed to milk Into -the

''-_ _1'_ ... ......-.. cause It contains more nourishment.ON electrical action 'and producingthe hardwood and are one foot long and shallow pan. The milk strikes the I First" Thought In Danger. 'a"

.f !- -... ", .. three and inches bottom of the pan. runa'through the "Talking of the foolish things one
TilE MENU.: phenomena which has puzzled many a quarter square. ,
LEAD COMPANY Waitress people, I give you this thing for They are mortised to receive the side holes in the pan, through the strainer thinks about 'when In the midst ot

te w> ->,,-?ff.U/UlovMM ,- (handing stodffy-looklng what-lt worth" pieces as shown in the sketch at bottom cloth and Into the pall where' It Is danger.." remarked one of a group tb. ,
**. .U BMnut ftm t teak): "And what will .you have to practically sealed' from outside condi- other night "I had
I'h W-. ---. ....... Ot**.t..<. follow ilrT"American In like manner I pass this explana- of illustration': The sides are promised-my wife
01"1. 0&.1.. -.. .. rkll*. tion along to the Forest and Streamas fixed to the ends with bolts. which lons. It comes in contact with the never to travel'at night and It- I,
d.lpha 1.1... T. l*.U a B... Oo.Ji fluxIHUloul Customer: "Indigestion air of tho barn only while It la-rass- something I have
being loose enough, It Is movable. always avoided: butnecessity ' Lte4 Oil 0..) I I: !"-Punca. a contribution to the literature of so a
gueis ,
C -_. the art of finding water with a forked When' the aide falls as shown on log from the teat to the pan-- distance compelled It.'a few weeks. -

Many a man takes a butter half In twig.=From Forest and Stream. the figure on the. rlghthand side the of perhaps six inches. I have ago. and as lurk would have It there .

: (A t2(''07) a half-hearted manner. clevis raises and when.tho side comes received many helps from the Tribune WaS an- mccWent and the cars were'

I "AAIAAAAAr tLAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAALLAAAA&ALLAA, \VIKIios Still 'Jidlevc In. back into position again the clevis Farmer and hope this. will point the derailed. '

Neglected by. the?! powers witches, falls as shown In the lefthand. figure way for cleaner milk for others.L.It "As the. one in -which I had my

and holds It Mr. Hall In the Xew York TrlbunaBanner. berth was roll jog down
.SETBLOODHOUND CORN ; ceased to be so notorious but the securely. Sample an embank

AND i belief continued 10' exist, and does says this stanchion including material ment and I was In the nildst of blan ,

' exist now. In rural parts of Scotland l. labor. etc., should coat from sixty --:- I kets pillows. Brlp, etc.. the1 terrible ,

_JUICY_ -- BREAD j jGO and England; and in England and to seventy-flve cents each. J''arn> Notes.Whatever thought flashed!' across my mind: P

.. _. France, even in the towns fortunetellers -- a may boosold for or I .'What shall I efl! Molly? HPrp' I am '

..,- ;.iFIJ whether they charge a guineaor Thinking of nil ,On-hkrlI1 against, the practice of dehorning traveling at night!' "Columbus Dla-

a shilling fo" their advice are Numerous appleorchards ore breeding the horns off is the better patch.

I \J d -. ..... z witches under the terms of the old l planted frem which no adequate returns -

\} 0'J statute*, and flourish, abundantly, but are made for the amount of way.The farmer should take active In- FIT TilE onoricnWife ',4.
... as they are not burned! they are supposed work performed. Oftentimes the erest In the condition of the roads '
:! z by superficial observers to hare trees are purchased from some peripatetic !- of his towu. Their excellence! Increases S 1I "3t\OO.\

2 been exterminated by school boards and Irresponsible tree peddler. the value of the farm. 'A '
... .., and electric lighting. The blacker The trees are planted according to grocer has excellent! opportunity
--, The entomologists of the Depart- know the
19 effects
sort of witch who "overlooks", of special foods
T and the beat methods. but a failure to
ment of Agriculture( have found
that his
B on customers.
cants shells oil\ A, Cleveland .
man beast
may protect against rabbits or other
he common red ant and the larvae
j grocer has a long list ..
be found in Veglons of .
Zii many rural \ North vermin causes the destruction of customers '
wasp fly are tho beat parasites forte hat have been ,
'E and South. One of them was probably a !fourth of the number the boll weevil. helped in health by '

... -t brought before a squire and J. P. of first winter after they are planted. leaving off coffee and using Postura '
::::a ray acquaintance as Probably not half the' farmers give Food Coffee '
a dangerous nuis The following summer the land
;: c::' ance. He nald to her solemnly: may be planted In some crop requir- limo; in any form to their fowls. He nays, regarding his own ex '

tS "You know- .Betty the Bible says ing clean cultivation as potatoes tobacco Those who do not can hardly expect perienceTwo: years ago r hall beet

.... 'Thou Shalt not suffer a witch to live cabbage -tomatoes, and In the fowls to be particularly generous drinking coffca: and must say" that I d

I'I in the parish,' and she migrated, the. plowing ot these crops: It often to them in the supply of eggs, or In Was almost wrecked In my nerves ,. ,

I ,. under certain conditions of compensation happens that more pains are takento thickness ot shell! on those 'they do "Particularly in the morning I was: ,

to another furnish. so irritable and upset that
parish -Andrew protect a cabbage or tobacco plant I could
Lang in the London Post than. a fruit tree.! Wherever sheep feed new. sweet hardly wait until the coJXoo was:

The result is that skinned grasses flourish and weeds are de served! .and then I had no appetite

: .The Original "Break" Plug" Tobacco.. The Only, MA Iver- Poets' Themes. by the singletree or many trace are chains and stroyed. For this reason farmers for breakfast and
: flied Brandof North Caroline. Flue-Cured Tobaxco* The cynics of our tlhie have whitewashed Irretrievably damaged., If such ff should raise nioteot: them. if for no attending to my store duties ,

.Showing 'a GAIN EVERY YEAR tirtce introduced. many of the vices. Poet's treo should survive!, it will'never other/ Dut there are !several other NOne day 'my wife uegegtod'that!: t ", '
I Jlke, the earlier Swinburne practically prove 'health;' or prolific In the yield and equally good reasons why every as I was selling so much ,

IMITATED IN STYLE BUT NOT IN CHEW1' praised lust as an expression of the of apples. farm' should have Its flock: of these Postum it and there must be some merit in

love, of life. Poets like Mrs Henley After the trees are large enough to useful anlm lll. susgestea that we try it. -'

: yyyyyyyyyV'VYYyYVVYV and Mr. JohnDavidson, have practically be ''In full bearing no efforts are When feeding meat to bens' do not. took home a package and 'she pret j

(1 t: .praised drunkenness-! vloflence made .to protect, ,lIpr.lnllagalnat : usa the fatty.p\ut.\ The 'ob1ec vin pared result It according to directions.' The .'

CRESCENT ANTISEPTIC or obscenity as' expressions! ot.tbelo'e'.ot the numerous Insect'encmlesu: feeding meat to' hens Is to supply was a very happy one. My '-

.. GREATEST HEALER, KNOWN TO SCIENCE.fton life._a_ It, ,-- The bark of tbe.trea cracks and these them with nitrogen and albumen and nervotlsn" gradually disappeared C

J 1' \ Poisonous. Non Irrif.fnjAllays Inflammation and atop" London;News. craCks soon encircle: the tree '*n4 the not fat, as the grain contains all the and advise to-day I am.all right.: I 'would

from ny cafes. Am strong'J carbolic arid and as barmlma se tree dies. ''An.orchard to be profitable fat, and !starch they require and I In: a with, evejyone affected' In any way '

-. iwcet'milkCurea burn tnata-.itlyi ,ourea old and chrome Uoat.sore.tor; George F. Pride the' last'survivor"' ,' requires the-grete' of care, cheap form! If the fat is fed It-does nervousness or stomach trou t
inflaimnntion from any cauaa on nan or blel to
i' fowlsur cares varaa-cnd eooUra sore bead and roup., batiafactioa 'powtivelyOBKBIIOAI o*., General U/. S. Grant's stall,, diet. The' land must be fertilized trDmtime' lot assist in' anyway to'pro'Yide maicrlaj tum'Food' leave,Coffllll.oft 'Offee" and use Po.,. '.' 'at,

recently ,at jiuntlngton'Ind, i to time. Weeds, brushes and for, eggs, 'but ratherretard"*, : "Thlre' a R.a.. '

vzascm pO4 fbA brIars must b? Kept down The res than assist laylnc., 'IOQ, ., Bead, "The Road to..Well. '
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-lh. lov:_ bt God for 'then, ao/1 ::Verily 1> Women Who' WcajrTlv'elL'It ' Yh* 'Fourth Olmni
.1 Tho fir believe ere we sliall do the work for '' report that T. B. Murdoch will ,
Jesus that we desire to perform, we Is astonlsblng bow great a change a,. .sell hi* paper and: leave Eldorado.: Is WINCHESTER
must declare with few of married lite often make In SUCOESSom TO J
insistency and year not .true. He 'say* In the ''Eldorado MCMILLAN.. *Jf"
with cumulative force, the dignity the appearance and.dlnpoeltlonof many AVERY *:,

l SERMON Lij the wisdom the fairness, the efficacy .women.* The freshness, bo '''charm, the' "Republican I announced:, that I am 'to leave' et'-al SoeUli Forsyth Sim Atla.ta, Oa.KJMDa .
f3LvW ot human love for God. lIriUlI}! *.vsnlah like the bloom from a> . "It --ALL OF-' *
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and In 'newapreyer
The trouble:'with- us to-day Is not peach which.. Is rudely 'handled. The, Eldorado eDcage
$eHD Ste that we do'not know that God lovesus. matron is only dim shadow, a faint echoof buBlnes in a' wider field: This ,MAHINERYReliable

The trouble is that men do not ,r .the. charming maiden. There are two" '1* the first I have heard of It. Elder- 1k. I'', ,
love God. The evil which afflicts us enough, wide enough,
--- nations for this change Ignorance and ado Is 1 long i
Subject! The New 'Note. can only be cured by the exercise of neglect Few. young women appreciate broad / houCI)', 'and thick enough for 'P

a controlUng'and vitalizing love for the shock to the system through the me. and! when tease the town jt will ;
God. such love
a as shall mellow and .. .
? Brooklyn, If. YIYeiching!: at beautify the souls-of men. The iniquity change which come with marriage'andmotherhood. be stir .the boneyard. . v
the Irving Square Presbyterian which and Many neglect to deal with S '
scourges us now
A.. (:b iurch' Hamburg avenue' B.ndVelr- torments us would not be It.- In the the unplf..iint pelvic drains and.we?k.. .QUERY i
t- field street OD the theme "The past men had loved God. A thoroughgoing name which too. often come with marriage ;; retnarlted' i
Church'i New Note." 'the': Rev. I.V.. love for God will make and motherhood,not understanding"the "There goes Marryat'I'wldpw" 1

Henderson.. pastor took 'all his text evil conditions In this world as Im- this secret drain robbing the. cheek Newltt.
Mark 12:30Thou: slat love' the possible/ they will be in the' new of Its freshnessr'and'" '' the form of Its" "Tes" 'replied Dumley; "but" he.wa*. , ,

Lord ''thy God with all thy heart, and JerusaUjn hereafter. The golden falmcaa. married twice, you know." 1 4 1

;I, 11'111all thy soul and with all thy rule hah failed to accomplish mission As finrely'a the general health uBrs' "Of course What of .that!"
; mind, and with ill thy trengtu." Hu'Mid not because 'it is not a truth, when there. I I. dA>ajQ *went of the health. "Well. Is she "bls first or 'secondwidowPhiladetphla

t, : but because It Is only half a truth of lobe delicate womaJrt< orgn, so surely \ press. -- {
The adaptability of the Gospel Is. as It laj popularly used to-day. The whe/T tKera organ jir tabllshed. .. '1 t ,PrUk Engine. *.. Boiler*', all.
'wonderful. In every epoch and In second commandment Is a safe'-guide heal l\hvh T e. anAfJfhvatOm-e. witness I Sis.*. Wheat Separator.

at; every age wherever the truth of God for our;rule and practice through life totbeYacttoraalTOd I iiiiiiTTTusQ tfrsrlra TITMSt.Yftos'Da.oeai'ervon.Dc-i.NervbRestorer ..rnutnmtlyonred I ,. \ I X14
as it hat been revealed In Jesus Christ only when it. Is correlated with that: Million I worn" >-n barn found health and by Dr. Kllne'a and trratian Great fre NllIH Ai
trial bottle *
has'been preached. It has been found) primary commaudmenbwhlchourLord happiness In tha use of Dr. Plrrce'n Fitvorlte -* Dr. H. II. Kline Ld.. ai ArchBt.. Phlla.. P*. I:
..; to be a fit guide for the leading of the enunciated as at the logical v: tnlnda and hearts and souls or men a the moral and spiritual realities. The strong and tide women well. Ingredri. Life's rlchoa.. are In fine dust' of dally

': true solvent for the evils ot the golden.rule la not enough ot a guide eats on labelcontaln; no alcohol or kindnesses .rather than In the Croat: Shotgun Shells

epoch and, the age In which! It hah. for .us as we travel toward the uudls-t harmful habitforming. ; drugs. Made) nuggets of publld, charity.
been declared. Always It has possessed covered country. We must be more ,'NublacksM '
medic- as
wholly of those Dative. American --------- --- are per
a' message that has l.oen peculiarly than moral It we desire happinesshere inal roots riot highly recommended by The .Alaska Packers Association' are fect as'' brains and In. BEST IMPROVED SAW BILL OK E1ST1L
'adaptable to the Individual and hope to enter loto.Joy eternal leading medical authorities of all the several about to Introduce tb'Argo Red Sal- Lars Engine. and Boiler uepll dt
'Q. and soclaMnlqnltlPS and to the Individual b -eatter. The golden rule must schools ot practice for the cure ofwoman's gcnuity, coupled '' Mills
In this market the 'Mill Com
mon They are ; promptly shingle ,
t I' be vitalized first-class materials and *
and social spiritual yearnlnfiH by the living first principle peculiar
and necessities of tho society to whlcil of he kingdom of God The trou- For nunl mothersorforthoeebrekenr -* largest salmon.canneri! In' tho wo'rld. modern methods of Circular ftawa,8aw *TethPat Do....*.
It has been 'pro'lalr.ed.VhflD In ble with the world! is that men have down In health by too frequent bearing employing: an army of 7600 men, with team Governor. Full Iiae.Engln.e 4V ;
been children aim for the' expectant: K fleet of orr sixty vesseli, and the manufacture can Mill send free .,
apostolic times the ..precfousncu! oft altogether too well satisfied to for tho'vomlngot' Supplies for Catalogu..T
do prepare the system choicest red salmon them. T1?ey are surefire __-- .1 - -
budding human life wan discountedand and be done by, anGod' never' In- baby and making It* advent easy and Argo Is the ;; CURED>
largely ulla'ecoJPl1lz..d; (be vitalizing tended hey should. See.for a mo- almost palnle.M,there Is no medicine quite. packed. It is caught In the Icy make:: even patterns eivt
I Gospel of 'Jesus Christ revealed ment how this half truth works In .80 good a"Favorite Prescription. ."" ,waters* of Bering Sea. '.The flesh It shoot' hard and DropsyLightSAWJffllLLS Quick

r., and the value o(. life It- practice." You and I are on the Stick can do DO harm In any condition of.tho very'firm,, of a beautiful ted color strong and will.-etand Relief.
elf. : a meet potent Invigorating 'b
When In (he-ante-Reformation Kxchange. You are satisfied that.if' system. '
i days the 'by tonic and strengthening nervine nicely and delicious flavor.. reloading. Ask: for Removes all nrelllat In I to. '
truth was endangered by thordgrettablo trickery or falsification or by the "
'I adapted to womada delicate) system by a I "Nublacks'f 'next. time dan I effect a permanent sun
unwisdom ot the efcleslastlcal spreading of dangerous reports, trueor physician of large fllIJ>ftrllDCoflln the. treatment To see an object on the earth's surface In3oto today TrtalUeatotevtivra
authorities of that and l untrue I can rula Inay do free.HotMngcan be aim
day you. .
of aliment.
woman R peculiar must AKE BAGS
J the observer .
100 miles away" writ Dr.H.It.Oreo's Sans. i
time _
the provided
so, I j
Clf Jesus afford I letter
compelling Compel you equltl'opportunity Dr. Pierce, may be consulted by kbove level'ot the Isaeclaltat*. Be Atlanta.'
opened wide the treasury of written to do the same to pie. You free of charge. Address Dr. R. V. Fierce be 6,667 feet the I
truth that had been preserved in all and I are trading horses. It .Is all Invalids' Hotel and /Surgical Institute, sear .

Its fragrance through; the centuries right for you to fleece me with my Buffalo, N. Y.' I __ DICKS iron reboot 1
and a new era for mankind began. eyes open so long as 1 am permittedto r I Telegraphy I to ixMlilcn.
.. As In those time-" so throughout fleece you In the same manner. TWO MASTERS . i Write fShorthand e.
Christendom It has been. Whatever You and I are in business. It Is Clerk-Sir,; I have come to Inform : CAPUDINE .uminvrratM

may have been the slim, the spiritual proper-for me to steal your trader you that I am going (o be married. LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES, ,,

'.. )arnlngs., the mode of thought, the provided you have an equal opportunity ICmployer Young mail, have you CUBES SAWS AND SUPPLIU.-.TCAMAND.
'T manner of expression: of any genera- to steal mine. Of course this never heard the old saying: "No ALL ACHES Bookkeeping' QASOLINC ENGINE t''

: tion. \th. Gospel has always adapted meets a modern Interpretation ot the man can serve two masterT"Detroit ... M<_.....-.. JtUN .' ''TeIecnPbJ. Try LOMBARD, a.'TAe'
itself and been found humanly adaptable golden rule, which say, Whatsoever Free Press., T.ib....... 61...._. .MAIN. TUltOLIUlf LINK WIHICW JPIJ11 U1NU pxwhad.oA
to the sins, the yearnings the ye are willing that men should do .. WOOD IRON AND, STEEL'sNkLLE1& '
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thoughts, the terminology of the unto you do ye even so unto them." To improve the general health, take Garfield -+ / OI'PBUD'WOa.TIIY ..
period. Every revival. In Christian But how grievously it violates the Ten daily for a time; it jiurinea the YOUNG PEOPLE '
history especially in the history nt spirit 1 of Chrlat's law. The principleof bloOd, eradicate rlieunmtluiii and many y e ft. .. You Ruptured T
Tha..last tour hundred years has had the business. too largely Is chronic aih..nh. and keeps the health .NOmattel'bOWlhalt.> Way not_have UOarot "and at oaoe laMar
U. Peculiar message, adaptable .to'thef this that it la all right for one dogto doodl Garfield) 'r.i.* made of J.erbllt; i., ttoa. If yon wleu a or.portal will mail\.1.7'1.bat. p lnrlp.1 raai.taetkw. >.. ,
Pure Food
the and
Drug __ butlneui
8'ual'.nlund..r _
alas the have __ thorough bat will pre lam olatonllaf from UM"sae. !
the yearnings; the spiritual eat other, because they lAW" Garfield lea Co., Droolclyn X. Y, and ffnod pocliton% writ*today for rumba, We ..... aait e
needs, the thought and the terminology agreed that It shall be fair to play -' -- ---- oil,- Graa lUlf-Raee OsW.. jSneeeea. Indo.uiudciiraTaad I ear r... boot. OB Uw "CauiM. Carr ana Cur. ofRaptura ALL ENDS or BET,3O AMD iou; BUPSU1&'

of the time In which It has been the Industrial. and commercial game J1'ortune'1t'11eors are fortune swell- Da-ai't olelaj protebla-writ*.()today.OA.ALA. RTU ME. .gniaranted. I tlr.I lyOr4," This b?explain anull oaat bow hv tillrrala TOM. mar 1M a8_ L*>kHrfM* ILhiM. aM tile Watt A a.ippIr. ._'

preached. Historians tell us that that way. "Thou shalt" love thy era-for tbemeelves. BCC.r'OLLRGE.MACOI(, gA... IlvaJar (;... *-* ,W. 8, ...1.,,..., i AUGUSTA ,GA.' .
when IDji'g days of :Jonathan -Edwardsyfcjr .- neighbor as thyself we are told. S r .- . .
in.''which Christianity But when this law Is separated from " --1 ; >
wa the correlated truth that Christ declared ..
largely" legalistic thought and :; y' .
Ilee' ; -tl\e flery prophet of the llvItifOod and transplanted alone Into '" .' '
wished to bring men Into an the lives of multitudes of men to-day \ '

./open realization and confession of we understand what an awful half- '
truth It has become. .
/ their sinfulness and their accountability
r to God he preached them sermons In all serl6usnesa I do not desire .. IT WILL PAY YOU TO>

on tbe essential tact and necessity << that some men shall lay sue in the .
they love themselves1, outside ot ,
fII"'wf of Divine sovereignty: and with way '.' 'o'f ; : .
,'c burning seal declared to humanity an Christ. I Io not care lo practice the 1
"'f'- God gave him opportunity to sow the golden rule as today It Is promulgated -
i. seed ot Ills truth) the wisdom of in our social life, outside of Jesus '

yielding: self into the cohlrol of the Christ, or to have It so practiced upon
tr Divine Ruler of the unlvene. Wesley me. For .om.' men have'no compre- 'o'.u ; : : ,

;i';,,',, preached the'truth of the freedom oCJ" hension of thfelr own value and the \ Advertise In This Paper! :

the will to a nation to whom freedom demands ot their own: Integrity upon : : ,
was life. :Whosoever will may come"was their lives: and how, therefore can .
.. not all the Gospel then, nor Is U they appreciate the value of the lives, < d

All the Gospel now; but It Is the lever the mind. 'the hearts, 'the souls, the .
'/ of truth by which men in the days peace and purity and happiness of r't. ,' .
"h. -rof that ''great revivalist were most their fellow men? Some men have -- \t., ." ,.<... .' .

''quickly turned to love and serve God. such a small e Umate.- seemingly. of .. ,,
We are face to face with nnothercrest themselves! judged by the way' they ,,0'- '

1 world-wide revival. We are treat themselves, that we should be 1"., .' ' ', .' "t, ;
I' in tbe midst ot It. It may not be recognized untrue to ourselves did we "not resent CuresYSPEPI:
like treatment by them of Some ,
<< In some quarters and It maybe I us. ,
blinked In (others. Nan d! men I men have such a debased Idea concerning Mica: .. . , .' ,,.< . ft.. ',' ,I
", refuse to recognize It or they may fall I what Is right for men to do i, """' ; 'I'\.t' I ,; '';' '). .1' t.;,. J '

to have the Insight to perceive It, but Unto them that they cannot be expected Axle ,'.;,{' iJ.}:(" :";J: )icD J1! J : ":A1.14; '11 tt.t IF' li

It is here none the less, Evidencing to know, unless the grace of > -:> .! "" """ : " .tI.: ; :" . .1' ;
: ._,. itself within the church It Is expressIng God Inform them, what they' shoulddo ., ....,.. ., .
itself largely Ollt- to their fellows. : ....
more perhaps
side' of the church than within It. The message for our own]time, the' Helps the Wagon up Failure to digest the food properly eauats Sick Uea4ac.lae.DJnllle., .Foul Breath, Bad ;Taste I
based Etc., the Liver becomes motive and the Biweli clot up with".wa.te Blatter that should not,be "a
Hen are Gospel-hardened to the appeal of to-day roust be on '
the Dill allowed to remain In tae
messages of yesterday. Not that they the text I ad. Its theme roust System.' ,

disdain Christ but because the proclamations be the love .of man for God. Loving The load seems lighter-Wagon '
of the past have lost God we shall conserve the Interests Dr. Mozley's
and team wear longer-You make ,
through perfunctory familiarity with of our own personalities and gain a
them, tbe power tQ cut deep Into their souls. The edge of 'the truth has and to the world. Loving 'God we ta make money,when wheels'are .t I"

become dulled for then. It needs to shall know the value of our brethren.Do greased with LEMONELIXIR/

be brought tQ the tempering fire of a you suppose for an Instant that ; ..-
flaming truth that shall" startle and men would have the audaclt) .to publish caAxle.Grease .
attract men. '"It must be laid hard on declarations that they were only will promptly correct th dlstr.I'of Dyspepsia,aod ton up and asiiit the System to digest toed -" "'

the wheel of a compelling: Divine verity worth a paltry couple of hundred mil that 1*moat trying; on Uu Stomach. It has cored some of the worst cases on record, and thousand . ;

:, that shall put an edge on alf.-that lions If they really loved God as God -The longest wearing and worid.most
has become dulled. The preaching of means they should? Do you supposefor satisfactory lubricant in the I baraa Dr. Mn>l.rl* Lmnon Kllilr: far nvnvthin twaatr'*** >....., sad'in nothailUta to u.., .It '7 n, 1
Edwards will not do It. the oratory of an instant that they would boast STAND SOIL CO. ai a lujtflM and navral tonlo. It bu ilwara kpt mrappMIM knartif and I -t.., Iwant. r
kjiowlu tb.t a dire wf bmon ElUIr..lll lm. . I o-\e'\ vllaa4
pnnoat r >l> n t. row*
.Wesley will not do It, the burning that they can .buy! legislature and am In 01.h4. btaltb. wkloh. I ..... U dua la a l tar.. nn ruroyn llr. W..I.. .,'* LeIII" .
and If they MKS. tt. 1>. KK1TH. St.. Oa, e?
messages of Flnney will not do It, the Judges the government. 1\1II1IprI.s Atlaata t
declaration of God'a love in the loved God as" Jesus loved Him 'If FIVE BEAUTIFUL '
SOc and $LOG bottle' At All drugjlitt.
mouth of Moody will not do it. Theseare I we loved God as -Jesus mean's We p!

... our places of departure. The should, do you suppose that we would POST CARDS FREE ..
truth that these .men have. declared, 'stand for child labor, with all -Us horrors "One Dose Will Convince"

the uen-we-are-after know.V and cruelties; for the saloon to>> aay on* who will Mod a list ol names sad ?
must vitalise that dormant truth by suit is, with all its fruitage ot vice addraMM of beys or girls wbo will likely go 0'\\ : .}
', flinging a new message Into their and crime\ and misery and povertyand 'off to college this year or n.*.. Pat boys
'J.-' souls. We must warm the chilled despair? It we. loved God a. and girl separate list J, W. BEESON .

:..1( embers of their own religious experiences Jeans mean we should have you the, (Mention ibis pap r.) Meridian Mint IT IN. F w1
i' .with the blaze ot a modern slightest suspicion that we woujd per- ,
message that, having Its .inspirations mit women by the thousands to be -
In the historic' Christ shall be indwelt sent Into the brothel economic self- THE GREAT DURABILITY When you're feelin' grouchy \

of His presence and energized defense IT men loved God, wouldIt AND WATERPROOF Lot the sunshine !in; Food

ot His spirit for a special ministry be thinkable that they would mur- QUALITIES 2E.THE When .your face gets feelin' hard.
to-day. Men know that God is sovereign der and rape, and steep themselvesIn e Crack It with a grin. :ProductsLibby's
'. ; they know that the human drunkenness in bestiality and FISH BRAND Don't be ttraid o' wrinkles,

..'11'111.Is. free, for are they not exercisIng crime Do you think that If we POMMELSLICKER 4 Tear loose with your tnlrth =
It against God every day They could get men to love God they An old face laughter-wrinkled PLAY BALL
know that personal responsibility for would not have again a lively consciousness : '
of HU sovereignty as Edwards I* th*' sweetest thing on earth. Corned Beef
personal sin or decency la inescapable 0
; they know that God la love We declared it, and of their freewill Make it 1 -Houston P Is perfectlycooked
to do the right a.Vealey declared First Choice '' a atanderd of tk'World.
do not need to prove these things to corned Beef and carefullypacked ,
them most What we need It. and ot their personal responsibility of the man f ".25 l acli.Boy .
; insistently.
4 To be on good term with human nature, In Libby'. Great White # ,
,, to do Is to proclaim before .them a as Finney declared it, and Who Knowscvcnv f Bo Well! Gartield.Tea purities the blood., Kltcbeu.. It 1*prepared a* care- SPALOINQ* Official Due Ban. 75c. Kaea. ,
'new note from the old Anthem of of their Indebtedness to divine love as AKMCNTOtUAMANTfCO I eradicate disease, regulates the digertiTaorgan fully a* ,would make it in BASK BALL'GOODSTOR .,
God's revelation of Isle truth and Moody declared It? I think not. and brinn Good Health! Manufactured you .'' ," BOYS.Mo. : ,

,H Himself In Jesus Christ that shall The new note of the church will be f/pvOeDAt17e. ft oovrCfafaf our tAwylrAAA'D by Garfield Tea Co., Urooklyn, N. V. your It has own the kitchen characteristic and No..til XB Ba Uaw.M Ball.HUM,(90.* usa Wt aai,ale.atec,., ";
find a correlative note In their own the love of men for God. For it Is YOV tttNO.MAWMV I bold by druggiite. of tho kindof l'i'0018' _lint&.sea ......x>>JIaLaua.
delicious flavor right _
.- 'souls' and lead them back Into harmony the second logical step In the schemeof OCT Tlff/f CVt IWO N..B... BalI..UIII.. : ,
N ,
q rOCA AND PA'rn US'Aso You, may have noticed that foolish' corned beef.I ., .I 'XO.XBOMo. _.IAs. eat
with the age-long chorus of the redemption In Christ. God In anew.a t'ruor' lam I N... AA ... I4 010.._ .de. ..
people are always happy. BwvlM.! -Ubbr's Corned Jf.. Kits. tea )I... 1,0.......- ,
redeemed, of God. tbe business Christ hath already loved men and ," ::. --4_ I r', Onlck ( e
-- thin slices, nn d on,a AC* BALL UNIFORM roe .' }
Boel. cut Into of
of the church of Jesus Christ to strike now loves them. It Is for themto H. II. OkEEn'i Bone, of Atlanta Ga, arethe I lad mraUaed milk JJbb,'. ChowChow was f molly, .. Uan>or , plalter .
reciprocate His love. The new eabbw of Raja Or. "" 1 yu.lty. OB 'srklaAL-Ag
this note and to assume leadership.;. : Mil Lao. Curtains only successful Dropsy Specialists! in the make.a tempt '. > ram..dma. *par Oiut. +
Granted that these, remarks be message must be the central truth"of fREE lllu.trat..I..Mitural cXMoraiMnt Ira world. Bee their liberal offer la advertise I"lrdlahlarltlDcbeoD.cU.r .-Oar H aolal No f a.r Ualt'rorm.e.a.tsol.aI..-. +
true what then' Shall be our new the. kingdom of God on Its manward on r.q.e.t' It win nhow you how you meD'SA another column of this paper. er lupper. bauoa/root wits on* fits Mttar, .. UM ... t art
I Bide., We must lead. men to love ran Ma Sue o.e.rr t.J'tTtal. : : Inohobax, paddd05.1.< I. kliaa up rodaao.w.I... +
\,. What motet word What of God note shall shall be we our strike watchword God. Then shall we'reach them. ... M... Buy fur rtlrtx-l Kuvs. Uvp.K from ..... nmaul,.rtar ,>. Judge no man's sincerity by what ask ,-. ..... e. Yak MoeklBA cap, web UkakltdJWuUN'r bell, .nd shear plain XJOJIY.w or anp. a '

Getting men'to lore God, we shall sale.ill tnUvrmrdUte prottM. Writ poiut v4rad he but-by. what. be'doernkItch i Ubby' t..l.d l fO. Call <.A...."'cn. ..... to .anaU"- ...,',
r ? What text In the Scripturesshall tMMlo .l>*olifijrnucK.. Hi KHL.lNaXi say, '._ plums LibbyllLibby. Malt tlr"'r ......
transform the Individual character: II tMMBM, *..Wk., IkKne Jy Mia li**f I. Ava. %lAa* VII I 8
t' thought? About i
epitomize our shall regenerate society; we shall --......-- -t'- .". -... --: . cored 1..BO minutes by \Voolf ord'i .cNltJr" A., O.. PPALDINQ & BROS.
1 what Idea shall .our preaching revolve we Bnitu-y Lotion. ,Mayer taiin. droggtots. : At 1ttl **.... at.,' M.*!?' 'Vork.Pon't""geti ,
t ?/ In my humble judgment the make wars;to cease'and. all nation; 'A lot',,of unnecessary ?sympathy i Is 1Jhly. ewce
.,,,", text which. shall >epltoml the' mea4 throughout all the earth to dwell in wasted on': 'old "bachelors! and spinsters. Courtship ,1* the Juicy grape and : into the' habit of toing'.; ; '
4 of the new revival Is that which righteous and godly fraternal relswtlosshlps. the''ap eudJciUI. .
: sage ., marriage { around with' your bristlee'up l :i '
t'#, Is to be found "-a. .Indicated In the .. The; task:Is great. : Butt ,-..- ... _. . 0'-- ,
f' ''teSt' for this evening In .the Gospel It'I I. not impossible. The mean and t'
according to St" Mark the 12th'captor the method. we shall discuss at\an ? II

and the 30th verse: "Thou shalt other ,time.- But when.we shall bare ,
"; love the Lord thy God with all thy gotten men to. l love the'living: God. I 1 : t;

J .. 'heart, and with all thy soul, and with' then shall we hear a. voice out of ir1i itiIjkl :
:711'/ ,'.n thy, mind. and with' ail thy Heaven sayingonto us "Behold the
," strength.". And"the ,Idea that 'ball tabernacle of God' U with men,, and '
I crystallize 'our thinking, shall be the Ha ''will 'dwell with them; and they .v

': ', human kin for God halt be His people, and God H11D1e1f. ' ' > ' '--
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t. *oaueeOftholeuglygrizxivRrayehalrs.lY.e"LACREOt.t"'HAIR! frcaTORKR. :
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with them their God. .fL &
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fleers at t WhiUer/i iI t "-.-..-............Iada wW Joe sold .t pubKe a."tiaa oa the
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I Repotted Weekly by J I LEADING BRANDS OF
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Patlenoe' bat at last received. Hi .
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i teward aDd Wblttler U pow on aa 8 hoMiuker'* Bab Wr of 1 WHISKIES
oHAt 4BIoskQI. .
boom.. Dry weather proi>hU havechanged' QI>of IU>b. IIaM.AddI INI..-.......,.... ....'.. "5"148. .' .

their dismal howl, and J U.SLoV 29 21.- ob 81-.*A.Bas E..Drnurtifs.Addttio Sub..-. .tHrt.....>.lo-,-..01'.. 8 ES ,

ace.-.nd plenty prospects 'feign .uprecis Robert Baas Addition : --.
p I .. .... .. .. . .. . ,.. 1 Domestic Brandies.1Ca121ornlaextra '
and Block Cf. Case
). Crumpled corn vegetables ". . . .. . . .... .. : & I Whiskies.Pint
no longer encumber our Heidi : :;:::;:::::: ::: Block MI.LktL . .. .. ... . .. .....E. . .-.. .'.' . Qu.rl<; And
DOLLARS .. ... .... .. .. S4 . .... .. : ('0 quality)).'.. 1M
11 75
but't.he'kloriet of revived nature are ., usa:ora'ylakeslr" ::::::::: ::::::: Block 181'ftofSleckVS.I. .... .. ... .. .::::::....... .. .. ". III Echo....w..8prlnl. Rye & 75 ii. 2S'N 00 Mtrrland Pearh ..nC.1MirvUnd 25 /!oOAo 7 I".' .,

; ,bed 09.forest t. Held and gaf+len. The GaBOn.1 r..... land 1 Block. .S.. .. .. ...... .. .. ... II :. WilxoivKye.' ..Bourban..el.. ...... ::40 T. '. i loCI r.o North' ("irollna Apple I'earh ...,2A 110

dark picture of despair has been and Irrlgltlotl O.tINs Block Block B i5.. ... ...... .. .. .:.... ...... .. . .,;" . 6C J J.:. k.Vfj.perBonrbon..W: : 7J* I *\' North' U.rollaa Jaok Apple.. .......:8S:16. iii 1iO. 2 1.a

transform Into a vision of Hithtpen'eVrattnir The pl'Mtlad Sswkw t&.efila ...... : RobertBaas;\ Addition. .. . ... ..... .. .. .. ea Hunter Holaoe naltimora Baltimore' it'Rye. ....,,..40. ?> "T"!I V 3:' Jersey. Apple .'
and'l'orner of hw. .Iv.l ..n tM PreetreRye..w. 'I//),, ,. Imported Wines in Case.Trn .
every nook democratic fruit th.and fact buck that..-.er_w Ie pbr .' Robliuwa's. .. . ... .Addition.. ... . .., .. .. . ...... III SF Old>atbni Ilr.....,. ...,. . L 00- .
our'' drot'd city. Our Iliad. Ors. .- this : Block Bbek .l. . . . ... ..,. ... .. ... ..j. ? _l 'II Clement Rye ..r......\0 $l 00 W 510Ch. . . .. ." per bottle \ ..
about with a eoonclpus whit. :" : :: arev. .. ...'. Malt di.tlllcd b.- ...: .. .. ; ...w'' .: ". ..
rooster struts ant; 1rrWa. ... Dot of B. R-'ln Black D, N. F. Dawee Additions. 21 peolally for medicinal. -,. Hill-gundy. -.. ... ..,'\1'. ::' :: .is ,
air of dignity and wealth the tadpole 4o fn.turetbefereps and 8. (and 10 Block B.O'NaelIOakoInoAddltln titIL ( :00 Haiiuiroo ;. .. .. ........ .. tae ;I
WrwS/o'rd'6'oniity '' 121 I .. ... .. "
It ,10 Ryi.'li' "'* Wlncf "j
;. mtonuw aDd frotr' supply making' him, .money....u..ta tbl .pay and pas...... A. Mathews Addition.' to Baker'sXXXX Rye ..... I Claret Rhine! la.,a.e. . : ....... 75 amPlau' i M
numerous children L ........ Q.. . ..... . Edyemont (Ureoa V rap.arWhlakev.S* '
fats wives andtheir bforeatalcg I "-c' u---'a. . .. .. .. . . a : M' Quae.O.yLMmmnislstr.Dry. .
richer'then Croesus. The; wealth .. Addition./ ...... of tteaturkr..40. 75 ..... 20l100
Whlts Blakaalpskfg.c. .. .J.J .... .... ... . n Cawed(Toon. Whiskey0) 1 ->(! Woct* Chaudon While. Best. 300 40..
'more precious ., ... .... .... R. ?
|is hili. .
of the swamp .' "" B..1.- 70 Golden Seal) .. . .W W 100old
than the. gold of Ophor. or the dlar \ ..., W. A.Patrick's. Addition. Joe ... ... .,. . .........:S5! Ml lKentaekyDew (loll 1(1 Ale; Beer and Slou't", per: Dozen.ItatuPaleAle. .

moods of Oolconda, and the, preneot .r. Y...-.. Block F . .. ..'. .. ....'' .... ..... . . ..... 1101 Red Top ..... .. . ... .. 100M.rk ... .. . ... psrdmen 1'11I.,..,.. ,
T CI .. . . 'fA 750 .. .
", condition of; cl() land tndioai a IllocV F.f .: . . .: .. ... .,...r. ,.. 2081 Ital.rMa'd Kocers. .. .., ., .40-.40 ?.\ I IM liiilODrou'li HtoutAuhauver .. .. .. II ", I .. ..-;. f
a continuance of this 'SwanifHlllinx'mud .. . .. . .. .. .. ., ... . I 41 ISH Balllmore-Kye. .tS fa 1 MOld I() Bunch. Blue LabelAnhausvr .. 1 44) ,

wealth-producing horsefly invasion weather.has not yeti.. . __ _.... ;:):::::::: :: :::.::.: :. : ::Block flock: :; rlii.P. ..._:. '.:. :.:..a.::..:.:. :...';. ;:... .:: t M tf: Puritan Rye>rlellr'.. ... .,.. .,40 4(1. Vi 7.:> I'Golden I 100, ., Bunch Bndwelser a 15 q i
The XX S Of . the
Block 7 ' Lot I and all of Lot 4 Cream 4" JWPaul by
ben1epe1kcihutwehivoatronghopsthattheir ) Block XX. ... . .. .. .. .. . . | M Jones . . x.i. W I 125 Rye
T banishment will not be long ; Block: XX _. .. ... .. ...1. .. ...... ISO C0n.Utnton..40 7* I r..n 1 nnMrn BUr By* .. ..... .... per gallon S M
their nocturnal Lot ZBlock C, E. B. Waters addition 1110. K.'uckorT.orern..4U 75 1M Mountain. spring| Rye .. ..., f* NMountain
i ;f -delayed.revelries Fleas :but. with all, the a i:::::::::: : ::: ,of, Lot 80...."and... . ... ... Inrprovt. : .Co...'.. .100 '' Brook Hill .(.Bottled. ...). .... in.-.40 ". ? c0overbidtlboi Mountain Hpmiir Spring Eye Rye XXX XX ...... .'llHonerihor. ,.-. t( .7f* t

' other rood .things surround log ttifw UnplatVtd-Landav n: 10 bond, 1 rtO> 7 >...rold. ... .... .. IM
.. .. .. ..... Itlllid ..
r Yellow Label :.40 0.\ <
little I'rldV, old i
pt'AtS. 7
can put. up with tbeiie' !(orth. NW '"(of NW U s.c. SS. Tp. 25/ R. W. too I Orow..: 1 OCTVhlt Kentucky Tear.. . .. .. .' ss1Noldrutrown
"v a bee has about desertedour land "-1110 ehalna N and 17-100 chaina E of Tenees.eeWhiskey ; Rye 4 M
The railroad Oak ( ... .. ... ,
R. 20. Krho prlny Kye. & lieI..b.non
is w arltig .. ofSWMof NW.MSMtioneSTv. .. .... 1 M .
shores. Brother and it difficult topenetrate. t.L : 1W ft.S. 210 ft. W 180 ft. N.tlO f t......... ... '' 166 Kentucky: )Pride. . ...26:40! .M I (10 Club,double stamp "'. "" 4 M
I'anama hat (:ream of Kentucky- 4 NPbl.e4

that Insect. to Friend your neighborhood Uno, if' you, tell nod P. C. HODGES- Tax Collector. Malt Whisky in Glass-Case, Goods. Bed Top!Baltimore Ky 1 1(, M ,,,10,rA yrar old.old... ,
us about. it at. your earliest conv D. Collector. American Malt.-. .. ..401 | 7.t If ai'' Corn Whiskies by the Gallon..
'tonoe.' It. ,is a pleasant nubjpct to Daffy's Pure Mil I 40 .: ;7S l.SSHanches :
a dwell on, eRprclallr" when needed an iCuwy Ou Malt . ::. :: I'8S North Carolina White Corn., .per.. plloa I.
White Corn. ? ta
_bad as It Is here.Cow domestic Gin in Moue North Mountain Carolina Yellow. Corn
y hunting I.1* now the order of and Imported D! ,....r. old a .' t eo
the day and several IIf the magnates s Glass.JIoolh'N North Carolina ....County

*are gmitts of our citizens.and: number Messrs.q'r of. Old TomGlo. .. I10/ Old corn 1Ie.7, >earn. old. .. .. ... .": "II SMtM .,..,,: ,
Jim Miller. O'llerry a w,fl.. .
Booth's' Dry UinPlymouth
others constitute the present Influr.Brother BAKERY GIn . ::::: 1 If fiOMl 6s Lowest Prices by the .Gallon.
Ouy is also a temporary r w- Y POKlborn Holland jln.
mattcarrier .. Bell Glu..1. .. J no ..... .... .
and lit the canvflre of our j jI -Rye fr. S OO n'omrom
ideal ...
[Itrrdnn/1/n. 150Gln
t 1 (: 2.e.
i :'Saturday: : morning' gave M and .. rhonphale. .. 40 7A I M 1, (jlo f roni . 100 uo.p
.' vivid description of his success -in a Paint Mobile Buck . ...2-\' Ml i 00Devil. /
And all other Liquors In propMtlon.. '
which proved to hii l Inland Endurance\ ; la 100Wolf.
recent cow deal '. BchledsmHchnippn
listeners that. experience Is an impor Improve and protect lour . . . I :qg Gins.Rums and Brandies by the
1 taut item'in this kind of trading -1 will be pleased to bring my ) .Cake and Some Hack Gin snd Benedlctloe -.
-Williams is building ac books. to house " no I :: Gallon.
Mr. Jo sample your lied Lion Gin : :. : MDndcrwotxl's
extension: to his emporium and Mini make any suggestions in the Old' Tom .. IiO a..e Gin . .. .'.....It
Boulah cab boast. of having the word decorations that you may Old Tom (Ha. .. . .. . zs {
.. :.: .::-I:::::: ::::
( .' cow in the county. They tie its hind Drop me a card and I will Day. __ Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported"'''llo.' Holland 14 .tee 7*

feet and bead and thenmtlk withaits paw fully furnish estimates on 6e Quartstoiwar's i..wnnce'. Nedfnrd Rnm. j oM..1. OS)
dirt in the bucket fore and painting : : : : : RJlf'CI.I. $1 fin Peach Hraady. yrr frullou ,.2 a.AO and I..
c !,Ian William 1V.. O. IV 2 oo Apple Bramly, ppr K.llon .a. .00 and 4.05Callornlellranlyrerkallou. )
'ffflft.OUT) recovered Hack and White Scotch 2 no / ..'.' 2.00105.00
people have fully qEO E A. ialg and Hale . .. .... a 6O -
from killing the. grass.Broadway effects. of court and are busy PAK E LINE- \'IU'.lrI.h ... ..'. . I M. Port and Sherry Wines hi \the

and moonlight nights. arc ORLANDO. LOIrn A. The[ Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon. .

Tt again causing our belles and beaux: Useek _ tainable. Ancellira, bottle. .1 '.
S W the night air and Palmetto Ave Lunch Goods Etc ::alifi.rnla Tort, per yallon..l (110.2.00 and tjaCalifornia
its usual animated vllkepcolatrNC..2e w 1 011Old )Hherry gallon, 1.60,2.0U and S.rtlm
nne has resumed Thu mID n."'..t. ).. C. .... ..2.S IM I mlapleCorn |*>rtcrt.Port Wln.. per cation;.8.M and 4.00 '
Appearance.V } .. ... ........2.'I... Imported fort our bottllog..0op.r. bottle
At the Drawdy'mansion all Is servM. almirba Valley. .. .. .....V'> na j I 01kV.Uey ported. Sherry per gallon.".00.1t.6O and 4,00
.< -The Patriarch is looking{ ..... .... ...2'' w.. 100
closely after his farm hands and ii' ta ion --
.," ecta' alfinet future r apo Imported Cognac Brandy. Order will'not be filled withoutash 'I _

results, there willabe crop upont-lWM ... ... ..,.... .. ...... .. .100lennruy :; postoffice oruert express money
made on the plantation. XXXX .. .. .. . t SOartillxXXX ; order or certified check. Send moneyrilh
Oranges are of fair size for the sea. Auto Cars? Line. [ .. .. ..... .. .. 3 :20 order.

{, "bn as.GrumblersV daring, though past perhaps! Retreat years.not is as'-nearly numerous- doarted. Leave Arrive Ktssimmee Orlando 8:30 6:45 a.a. 1'C!' "M..-Prealdeut LEE. N.: B. CARSON Caohler H. W. METGALF Co.x :

Arrive Sanford 9:20 a
... A few despondent still hold .
Leave Sanford 11:00 a.

that forth we but their are not numbers seriously are' so affected'small Arrive Orlando 12:30 2:30 p. i of Kissitittnee, ORANGE AVE. ,:)RLANt O.. FLA., ,
Orlncdo :
Leave p. ,
thereby.: : 'j'
Fin. 't tr
Hunters' Paradise Is again Invaded Arrive Kiaslmmee p.> e f

.,and future results may be looked for .Connecting with Seaboard R. _ JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY

t The belle of Whittier will, it is ex- Orlando end the. Clyde boat at ii ... a no ooo oo ,
peeled be the next dear captive ,on i"
;. ford going north.. I BO ooo oo f e
the list.Citizen
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Arch still. bold. forth at the Fare same as railroads. 100 OOO.OO t,

'olj-.t'and and enjoys>moderate health.. JAat'V.TUUBMAN.: =- B---'a K.A3f >>a.ra1b A Yr i' 3T.vJ3r>>ir ?2>rr.":&F3tt3>5>a>f .?s& .. t
Miss lye returned last Saturday fro\i ', .. gives" to ter" ea. 1 %l
.a..l.l it tp her sister l Alice. I Capt. C, R. Burns, Vice Pre.ld. ; Rood at all points at cheapest .

t Kandftlf Young and ,wife appeav to Daily, Seo'y'.and. ...

be quietly nestling at' the"1 old.- place.O. __ _,_._ _ __ _Treas.-_ ___ BUSINESS bOLlCITEU. _. "THEINN" 'I
I,G. visited their' domicile Sat.llr.da7 I
h+ and was very pleasantly dater.E , ,

tanned bv the lady of the house., r : !
Mr. Henry, Savage'and: wife were M. TILLER JI. ,

wt gueats of the; Drawdj'S, and 'consummated - .
an Important cattle deal, ap- Real Estate J i %1
.proxliDallng-sothe: $4GOO.-) .aI=1t REVIVO '\
The general health''' of ,"''Our comrnunltjr j a,a,............... .._...... .._.. '
.appeursN<< to be good except! RESTORES VITALITY ji Now Open for the Reception of Guests 'f :

among children. hardy Johns lost a Realty bbught'and:! sold. .a ,

( little girl who ,had been seriously III Houses rented. Y "Hade aWeiliau
for some time.. ,Tbere appears u be Taxes paid and Titles : : : in the Beautiful City ofKISSIMMEE

no otUer. critical casesonly ,Biiuh i ified for non-residents. i. -J Ji :

complaints subject tot as children. are. naturally Fire, Life and Accident : | THEN of He." I

The road between your city and suranca. c r13tx7.A.T --'- FLA.
'Win tiler. Is vastly. improved, much .to Indemnity : '( xu2" "C> P.XX1 zr.E": .
"1 the delight of those who travel over Bonds.'V. produpe.naere.ult.I. SO day. It acts .Li .
p it: Suppose our poor old road machine Irnv-'SF'9rtfi )trt '., : powerfully andquiokly. Curea when otherafalLVoun I i -
s will be disposed .,Tor old ..Iron.or old men men mar can recover regain their tbnlr youthful' manhood.vigor and by w
i r some other material since two of \ using- V.VIVO. It quickly and quietly remora .
the (County. mules .Have been sold. Hrrrniu.afx.*. Lout Vitality. SnsualWo -- 'i""
r \ .
knea' auoh aa Lnxt Power.Patllnc Memory
Our roads leading south. between our .Wautlox Dlnonio.. and earn of aelf-abuae: or .,
-elt) and loey! are foul enough to call exoens and indinoretloo wtUoh onBta one for A .-- "
for attention from our county fathers \\V. L. Van DUlor & Study,bu.I.."... or marrlaire. It not only cum i . TERMS: i i ii
f Until cross the. line of at. Lucie by tinning at the nrat of dl.... .hut ia a freesbeck .
.t' you and d bailder, brln ln.
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in bad shape. = == - .pink aso
r. ,county they are .1. pale ckir kanct re-
,John Drawdy I is supposed to be In storing the are of youth. It warde off -approachlngdliieaMi. i $2. to$3: per Day. '.

t ,or about your'city, having Started on I It can .....InMHtonharlnir".rrilld In ...t I1KVIVO.nootbnr. pocket. By. .
.J the northern trail last week. --------------- --.--- -- -- m..U.'L.OO per package or.Ix for$6.OO. W. $10 to $14 per Week. i. ietJ
Mns..LittleBass[ mother of bur sire free adrloa and counsel l to all who wish It. .
I fellow townsman, J;(more Itass, is on REAL with ( rmnt k a. visit to i b 6r don lOYAL MEDICINE CO.. Mamas &d1., Chlcata. IA j Meal Tickets, 21 Meals $10. '

Our shotgun and rifle brigade have AND INSURA For sale in Kisslmmee, 1"la., by the. j & .14'"'

'f disbanded, and our baseball team Is ; KUsimmee Drug Co., drup lsts. i .
nUtier charge of General Green, whom ,,. ,
they are striving. !1l11a nt1! to dispenses v =- . ' ,

Our. friends the Missionary Bap. M. lLL&6N-, I <1.1! \:' "
J '
} tl* had regular church boom II A ft AIm "I"' FWLE ..,
+ta baye a
e.I 4. I during lbe'present appolnUrent.Klffht \! NOTARY PUBLIC... ) D 1fI D 'SFP IcL L 8. IHarry w. Th urInan | : '

1t were baptized, four joined byletter I STATK AT LARGE. ) a swR ... a.n..;_..Yawwnaa Y I ,
and three. Joined by orluinal ipplioations Real Estate .. ,_ I
Agent .rYlI. alwlTlr IIILaaet..wiBS ,
....... _
.G __ .. __, _. _
making in allQfteen additions. K.1SSIMMKE. : ........ -- ."' -................ PROPRIETOR. x ;5 ; :
. ... -M.M _....r_ 11'_a.la_Mcent. .
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+ The Drawdy Institute reopened Mon. a t o.caL eo..._r.;"' ........P. 5 I' morntngwltli-a-fuWa .tendpooe. MOTICK.Nottos I if.1 4 c/rfr k4C 4r.Y 4' 4K rEfY. Oar lake fishermen are having mos\n, Is '
'' -seats success;' Very many of our Council will hereby receive given bids '' For Sale By, Osceola Pharmacy

A ';young men fall to appreciate this scavenger uoutr the following .. . \

fh kind some difficulty of work. and procuring Mr. Chandler hands.Bas twos: Said scavenger to - - m KEEP A .COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST .l

b Oliver Bass appears to have Msi time!good to horse scavenger and wagon and ,street lo' od. .. HELP IS OFFERED, |:; ,
control and believes
i Sheep under the. business. give bond in the sum of lIve to TO Wott7uTC7rouwo PKOPLC.W ; .

4' be, The will Valley make a Gazette success of still hold* .the dollars lar mtl8l.tpa'.Jun8.bids to be 4tb received 1907,'at'at f'the the h...rlhatbMtlelrmwror.d eanMetlr requeet afl yenur pereana..who matter wish tnlil.l. .. .. WHISKEY WINES AND BEER. %: '',

.. ,
the' .
_ lead among many periodicals. re- m Council reserves the, right a ifciaoinU lnMlinMli.liiii.aed aneil Hiaitha. .
to write br Ant mail tar Mtbalfrateeffer. '
aca fully
this we oar
at ,
,oeived appreciate "
of ye'editor' In ject any and all bids.' < .. .. an Bnrniia. ...J.iie.eM 1 aaBjj Bbable ort n. Ii
,r the efforts. 1 J. R. GiuncBT. JR., .... 1 ar..-..... Jaa'rIeIap wn..IDiIar..
striving tn nroduna one of 'the bent May 7. 1 M. TN Ga..AIa, l-.l.e.s, Gallop. ---. c..
: and ea ,
.. :iournajaln; the State,' will heart ---- -

:u" :Ilr to with him in-, ,his' effort V Look.atTkla 'Bargam oIItl.; "I. Ast .. *.leV.iii UlTl..ROSf SAIOOJ.

suggested tljat'Te -Legtslalton A.-VANS AGNEW
tl , It has p' ,
cylinder. .
Four .
\E'" carried .on by ouryoovotr i twenty-Tour. "
:'uMuoalnnlonnri should i .repelv.lwme' \ power, five passenger, '\'- ; ; tke I ATTOHICKV ,ATiLAw;.....,. j R.\NET .
'cosassjwtbw*'will rHierwd what would hour automobile for tale. -. J I I .I.| ; & ;CO '
'be MM forth* this article veari In perfect condition. .t . .. t
.." 00. will Mil for cash at .! : .. .
( "" ,,1; estudedbeyondgysaoa. KISSIMMTCE .FLA I l (
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