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 31, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00283
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Fla. 31 1907.
M. **c.ol.O.lotlO.N.te.Uo..4IS9'. . I Oeceola Slg;.al, by pMrcfcaeet ..... 2O tens Kisdlramee City. May VolirX' ."N23'
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BRILLIANT EXERCISES Miss Wood all's class prophecy! was .........................: ..t- --" .
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beginning atr
especially interesting as :
'!it did with .a history of the early days i With Neighbors at Whiner.: I lays ? i And See -
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AT HIGH SCHOOL of Klssimmee, and comparing/ its ,
school faoiltles then with our present .
, splendid high school, after, which she. I Reported Weekly l by O. I. C. : : 'F'r'.e'-e AH Sorts" .;' ,a
took each! of her class mates In .
Class, of Six R Diploma's and turn .up and prophesied for them a .........................: s "' '
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Medals of Honor Awarded splendid future career. I Cow hunting Is how the Whittler rf - . 'Of ,
After the rendition of the essays and order of the day. You see a rough t ,
Deserving Pupils.On orations by the class, Supt. W. J looking speelmenmounted, on a horse I .
Bears in his usual serio-coratj style I which he is trying to make put. on all ; / :
Friday evening last. the secondentertainment proceeded to deliver the medals and the airs that a horse dandy is capableof ; ,; NEW THINGS$ : ': '
by the Department of diplomas.' ", with a black tin cup hanging to' his Calami get the' 'ifl. " .'
Expression was held and proved even The medals Were awarded as follows: saddle. You* m'ay know that he Is a For."" ,. ". ,
more entertaining than the Brut. On FOP excellence in Mathematics f cow hunter and he Wants every lone to 4 { ,..r..
thi occasion, Mlm BUntnffame, the I Albert Parker. know It, ajid' he strives to make people : "1II.. > .' ___
gifted teacher of this department, For general excellence In the High I think he'H riding; the bent animal the New Standard1
favored the audience with a comic School Miss Willa Glbert. punly affords, though he may be on
election in reading, which was highly/ ItorCeneral excellence 'in the a horse that.,couldn't run a mile In :
enjoyed, as was sl so' the Conamedletta Grammar School', Miss Corlce Gil live minutes -
"A Happy Pair," Charles bert. 1- y. 1 :
by Our post office has changed masters : .
Overutree. ana Miss Marietta ljfan Next, year there wil1'he another Mrs.. Bans having resigned. Mr. Joe FashionSheet ,
The Klesimtner Orchestra which by medal to award, Mr E. N. Fell Williams!I succeeds to the -otflce. The Men'sWomen's l
the way. is one of the coming institutions having offered' to give a medal for present |>Ost master was somewhat embarrassed .Paint' and Paper 41TS : -
.. of the town, furnished., elegant.' the graduating class to be contestedfor when on Wednesday last '
tousle '' und r' such conditions as the .lisa. Jjqula '. commission as assistant bouse. A BEAUTY '
The following program was rendered I'Superintendent and faculty may direct. arrived and the master authority. Improve and prott'ct.your! 1007 s :. .
will be my '
: . failed to anpear but then the rest of 1 ) and
Music by Orchestra.. Principal R.- :M, Evans then stated us, knowing that. lady's propensity tobe 'sample books tour: in house the latest Jf ..
Case of Ounn vs., Barclay, Albert I'that he had Instituted in the school flrst in other matters, were not surprised make\ any su Fsrker. honor cool for the benefit of those of the decorations you may
an at the courtesy depart
The Mustard Plaster.'Mary Carson.. pupils who could not-receive,.,medals. ment. in recognizing her ruling gen Drop me a card estimates and I will on cbeerfully {lp o-date s lla and Children'sk.: .
Face! on the Floor, Verner Ellis. This honor roll which he read con- us. This being a distributive office furnish .'t paperand *
Shadow of a Song Marietta Pfann. alned. the names of all pupils in the I'carries considerable responsibilitywith painting. f : 1. J :' : 1 .a ,waytha -. .

Vocal( Solo Mrs C. M. Qrlttaln. school who had made an average of its occupancy there being three 4 '
Pro and Con, Char)'.Overstreet. ninety, or more, In deportment durIng other offices -and about thirty' mall q OJtGE ,AL BAE yoo.. Wear
Southern Homespun Gown. Ruby the year. box' patrons to serve. outside of ,
EUU. Mr. Evans took occasion to thank regular business, .
Music by Orchestra. the. patrons of the school for the 1 am clad to note that the -:F .RIDA.. , :
first Settlers: Story, Charlie. hearty cooperation they had lent him lower house-representatives; ,did
O'Berrf. and his fellow teachers In their, work not second the overwhelming senate I 1
Ubea, tbs.Forsaken, "Eleanor Van and urgod upon them the necessityof vote on the disfranchisement. bill. STANDARDPATTERNS
Duzor. sending their children) to school As Citizen Arch says, there is a whole ThuMaij
The Revenge of Hamlsh, Annie every day in the term If possible and lot of things. to be considered before >kT "
Carson.; read out. a list of'those pupils who such a move as that Is taken. '
'.: Mftisio by Orchestra. had not missed a day during the past The general rains In Urlr community Trngportion do. I.. .
Drill and Poses, Twelve Girls. term. He said be was proud of the have been refreshing and moderate. KATZ'SKVVVeyv
Music by Orheetra.ComedtttaHappy achievement. of the school under his With the single exception of a ,,windstorm I Nose ).
Pair Charles prlnclpaUhtp. and felt that should be Sunday. evening( which did very ,Auto, Ca ,..Line; : lOca-dlSc. Higher ' ) ,
Overstreet Marietta Pfann.On remain at the head of the school another Nitre damage the seasons have been f i. ,. ,.
Sunday morning no serviceswere year he would be able to accomplish regular and productive of good results Leave Klssimmee 6:45 a. m. ,
held at my of the churches and even more than he did this. to the crops. If it .had blown Arrive Orlando 8:30 a; m.< 1 w---' -- -- --, t
all the con ,at.lolIs united at the rear, hard enough to have destroyed present Arrive Sanford 9:20 a. 'm. : 1,
Auditorium to listen to the Commencement Mr. Evans then announced that food price it. would certainly Leave Sanford' 11:00 a. m. Fk,
Sermon, which was delivered by the KI..lmmee Orchestra would favor have been a welcome visitor. Arrive Orlando 12:30 p. m, F :
llev M. A, Ootitbootn'pastor of the the audience with a selection which We are paying 16c a pound for Love Orlvndo. 2:30 p. m. 1 VVVfc VVV*VVV %VVV.. VVVVVVVV a/a eva/VVVVVVVVVVVVVM<

Christian Ctmrch who took as his was thoroughly enjoyed by all present, bacon and 92.20' per cwt. for corn. Arrive Klssimmee 4:00 p. m.onneetlDK"wlt.b .
text. ""What Wir Life?" lie pictured after which Kev. C. M. Urittaln pro almost, reminds of reconstructiondays. n.n.: ,
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theldesi aj in glowing terms nounced the bened lotion;.. and the To a certain extent however our Seaboard Sunny South StablesINQRAM
and admonlskJ t liis hearers to rise Osoeola High School Commencement Farmers are the ones at fault, We Orlando and the!(Clyde .boat' at Sun-. I" ..'
above the sovUlv and selfish alms ofext.tence for 1907 passed into the history of that have a corn producing country In our ford'golng north.
ago -strtve to so shape institution, where it will occupy one midst but Grumblers Retreat and : ate;; ,i iirl
their llve as to'be a blessing. and of the brightest pages< "In the coming Idlers Alley are more conveolent-Lb.o Fare same as railroads. $ 'qILBER"t, propriett5rs.l1' i
beneflt lmankind. years. the sweat and face row that leads to HARRY WV THUKMAM, President.\ 'f
wa mai% m* .w.aaaawaawwuaww ) iwa a > i e i
Tb'I'iUQ,11I& was the order. of the HONOR BOLL OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. /good crops. Capt.C. E. Burns Vice President; T. '

eery,. u sth-Solo. -"The Lost Chord,", Twelfth Grade.-Cbarleebverstreet. pleased Our Democratic and dissatisfied Rooster. with was' Sun both Dally. Sec'y and Treas.. r.m LIVERY SALE and ="' I,1 I- f

.,*. J,' W. Si01p.onwlt.b Orchestral Charles O'Berry, Wills Gilbert Camille day's rain; laughed on one side and BOARDINGPhox .
Accompaniment. Morrlsou. Mattie Prevatt, Mami looked discouraged on the other.Tb.. *. ., .. t
Anthem'.Easter Gladness" Boy Woodall.. wind scattered his wives and progeny. rfkuflkj __- .. ... ....I> "" i.1
Chorus and Choir.Portuguese Eleventh Grade.-Rachel Leake Ef but. the raiD was filling up his Idolized f M '
Hymn -- Congregation Lawson, Marietta Pfatin, HenryMoon. swamps and a good ,tadpole; mad TILLER.Real Well equipped with Now;Stock| and"Vehicles: ,and'f' ,

with Orchestral Accompaniment.Invocation . minnow camp hunt afterIt was allover to meet all 'demands With. I 'a
prepared Perfept'.SatJs-;
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& -Hev. W. A. Myers. Tenth Orade.-Maud A'lford. Ruth caused him after picking the Estate

,, Scripture Reading Rev.. C. MBrlualn. Butler, Berta- Bryan: Marie. Huddle sand from his eves with his toenails oency.ealt faction. ," ,;
,, .' *> .. Albert,,Parker,' Estelle Over to gaze with admiration on the 'expense i l. ..._' ......... !'-"-"'- -- -
Solo-."Just for Today,"Mrs i, W. .ttoon ." "' of water, which the storm had ., "'"" ,....... 1 )
Prentls. I Ninth Grade.-Cora Owens,;Bessie left behind. So with Brother Guy's boua-ht and.solel... < ::
HAULING' I
U Commencement. Sermon-Rev.Mv A.Cossaboom. Moseley, Clarence Johnson Manx exclamation that 'all's well that end Houses rentec). .?HEADY, : : ...A, p \ rx H j: ,

Dann Harvey Collier, Annie Ca..oo.OrllCe' well" he's shouting/ forth his. praises Tapes and 'Tytlea |*WWW *1 .
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verified ,
god 'Pearl Mae : paid ,'I. -"" "" .' ,
'; "Nearer My to The* -Congregation Jolly, Sessions fr blessings received. t
his i for non-residents.' t, ._. t _
*,with Orchestral Acoompanl- Graves, Rhea Pherlao.Vlr&iDla .Til Oliver Bass ba.ret.urned to .
.' ment.. ler Essla Wlnn. ', sheep fold but Lee says that, a; sheepis Fire, Life and Accident'Insurance. : It ti
Benediction-Rev.'N.' K.-Nutting-. Seventh Grade.Irls'Oliver, M- the meanest animal he ever tried to :
Recessional"Hark! My dora Russell. Rosa Regero Kate guard and has about concluded, to Indemnity Bonds. .
Soul". Boy Chorus. O'Berry, Lillian.Porter. quit. the business. : .. ::- (
'Monday evening the annual debateof Sixth Orade.-Leonors, Bass, Coyrinne It Is currently. rumored that Mr; ...... -_..._. -
the tltllomathean Literary Societywas Gilbert, Ine Carson Ceol11eOyer.t.reet. :James Tumblln Is about to enter the .,'.>....-.r ,,41 2d.t.. .'
debate being Elon Guloe. Mary Hughes ....1
held the-swbiect for ; merchantile world the profel.loDbelut ...
"Resolved;. That the rallroao steamship Alma. Griffin Marie O'Berry Lacy { like a street car) in one of our :
,telegraph. and r.elephonCfems Johnson Sammie Lupter; Venonrorter cities, always room for one more. We Everybody .a4mits it --a '
,of lobe United States should be owned suppose he has as good a chance for
and operated by the Government." Fifth Grade.-'Will.' Mason Tiller, success as any of them. OUr mer- complete , Fresh Bread Cake jand ''t' j jJEverv
That our Stock Is /up4o- ,
The affirmative side of the questionwas Lawrence Carr Irene GottwallesHelen chant McClellan Is a regular comer ;
argued by Gigs O'Berry Mamie Overstreet, Ethel Ivey Irene and /goer to and from your city arriving i date, and our ,prices the lowest: .
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Woodall Harvey. Collier ink Albert linilard Klla Mae Gilbert Eleanor at. Whittier Saturday night 'he .-:... .
Parker and the negative by Chas. Moneley. lie t tie Pberigo Bennle returns again Monday morning 1 ,.
r OverstreetWilla. Gibert, Martin, Story GUdvs Johnston. Mlttle Dvson. Milk and butter Is appearing In small 'e "" .'

.O'Berry and Henry Moon. Nina Bratton Emma Bass Nathan quantities; better than none however EN N'I.S'' B R 0 S. ... ,. '. it
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The argument on both sides show. Bryan Robert Woodall Bob we're not chronic .
ed careful and many Hulloch Cecil Prentls, Roy Prentis. grumblers.O.. I. C. '
.preraratloD. Nelson Ru..eU. Eddie Hansel. Lyles GENiRAI;MERC1IAKDISE] '
good con were FINE I LINE. .
advanced and it was a difficult mat Story Marion Johns; Roy 'Graves. Tie Life Insurance irrrTTTrmrrr ... .... ,.. .
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ter for the Judges to decide which side Tony Regero, Sammy Presoott. Don .t-' 1" [S
bad vote, how Bass, Nat Carson, Bernice Sharp muddle has started the public to ,
a
of the question won; Narcoossee Florida:
ever //t.veiL to' the negative to 2. Ethel Tanner, Esther Bird. Kathleen thinking. The wonderful success that t Candy Nuts lunch Goods/JEtc.: :
For this debate Principal i H M. Bearden. Lynett Hogan. Minnie Ti has met Dal lard's Horehqund Syrup ;/ ; ,
Evan bad offered a medal for the ner, Mildred Winn Marguerite Da In Its crusade on coughs, influenza. "
best individual debater; which was vldsonNettle Tiner, Ruhr Prevatt. bronchitis and ,alL-puhnonary troubles ': / '; . ., V ...
Mtti REVIVO '
won by Albert, Parker., The Judges Ruby Bass Ruth BassZelma John. -has started the publics to thinkIng ,_ _ 'L
were Rev. C. M, Brlttaln, Hey M. A. son. Eva Woodall. of this wonderfupreparation.) ESTORES VITALITY
Cossaboom Dr. T, M. Rivers. H. C. Fourth Grade.-Clyde Barber Edmund They are all using/ it. Join the procession 'I': .. BUDDED TRIBES ;!' "'; '
Stanford and W. D. HarrlfcT llev; ,Waldron, Ira Keen Leon Bass t and down with sickness. Price "I. ,
C. M. Brlttaln. was selected bhe. Lawrence Griffin. 2/X5, Zoo; and 91.00. Sold by Robe- .. a
committee make tbe award which Third OradeJ-Rosa Newman Susie son's Pharmacy. WellHanof
he did In a ver"flr.acefum..nDer. Bell Celeste Moseley, Sam Collier -- Isleswortli Nursed
On Tuesday evening the annual Malcolm Overstreet Maurine Baseball. THE Me." .
Declamation Medal Contest which Danny Mattie Belle Harris, EtheGilbert. T, ._, ,
deal of Interest \ The looa1'ba.eball team has been t ,
excites a great
always __ :E'I..aI' w0 R3: X'Y .
materially the CHASE & CO. PPOPRIETOBS Ji W HOARD 'Aaia
and brings out -large auBlence. - --------- strengthened/ by arrival ., T.J
pred.eeee tea aJa.aD.O days. It sots ,
Earnest -
was held. Following were the con, MUsicale of Kemper from,, St. powerfully and qulokljr. Gurea wbeDo\b.nf"'L "
txhib
kestants and their subjects:. and L Augustine"nanarerll. who will play with the Yeses BUB eaa retain. their....' manhood,and We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting ft.,(franeral {
this Kls eld men may reoorer their youthful vliror
Mae r..yeaBet.y In the Storm. The Peninsula from again season. : by. of sod Tree of all
popular Quartet simmee bad about the ball I ualasHKVIVO.. It quickly; and quietly remoTM assortment Orange Grapefruit leadincari(
" Eleanor Van Duzor-"The Unolea'Albert !the State School for deaf and blind strongest NerronaneM, 'lag VIt&IIL"ir8e..1 ties. Our trees are budded: on good healthy rough Lemon .and
. .' Parker-"01'PickeLL'.Nell." under the able management; of their team In South Florida last season Weakneei auob. aa Ijeat, Power. Sour Orange roots,'/Ru"r nteed, free from insects pests of any Iclad. B'
and this theiboys after theamateur Waattnsr Dlecasce and effecte o( eelf-abuae or
year are
Nary Caraon-hSocrat.es Snooks. musical director Prof. R. L.' Parks. ezeeaa and "' _re"-- wbloh anou one forcures All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to'name. Y
Annie Carson "Uuzfuz versus will render an interesting program of championship of !the State. I bvalBOM..rest of..... II brut ; Our facilities for growing'nursery stockare- second ..to
The team at present is composed of yeti rttoe at tae dleeeaa. l la r
Plckw ic t. vocal and Instrumental musio the e treat fine and
twenty
at and
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s.4 .... none our trees are as nv ney year's experienoe -,
tbe following Marion Carson nerve a..l. Mae '
players:
Virginia Tiller"' "The Little News Klssimmee opera house Friday and .beak tbe plntc glow t*_Je cbeelmand restortasT can produce. We are m..kln;( a specialty this season of tits
Woodfin Carson. Holmes
boyVerner Saturday evenings June 7th. and 8th ; Captain; the Sire .f yecilV. It ward oft an.praaohlacdlaeane. famous California Valencia r.*(... hlch is destined to become I the l'-
Ellis "The Death of La Pratber P L. White Pol. A. Cos- Ieelet on having URVIVO. Our Valencia '
The program consisting of choice greatest moneymaker: iu Floriila. buds corn* direct -
,, George Earnest. aootber. Iteaabeoarrtedln tea By
faye tte." selections from thfi masters, will, be saboom Earl Qardner "maiL.Sl.OO.........e,onlz for ss..oe. w. from the befit bearing trees in tile district now famous forproducing i.
Fred .
Lupfer and
The judge appointed to decide this Interspersed with 'dramatic reading| Kemper Bass. Sire free advlea. and counsel to all who>>wish it. thebe.t YlIlen"t.*' in <", I lfornl... l....;
contest were Revs J. L. Moon M. A. and comic An .. The boys are practicing. hard every witas....._ Clrenlan '- Address
song. atLr&Oijve..fe."ure "
Cossaboom. and C. M. TJrlttaln' who of the program will, be a blind afternoon and getting themselves in tOTAL MEDICINE CO. Btarls ..... CIII..1& Write for Prices to J.- W. HOARD-.GotW Fla.,'or'call hd see our 'Nurseries .-> '' :

after several minutes deliberation-- man reading/ from raised print at- the be shape.played The on first the home game will diamond probably with For sale In Klsslmmee, Fla.:, by,the at Waco on Florlda'MIdIand, < agreed that Miss Mae Grayes was rate of two hundred words per minute. Klssimmee DruglCo.; ,, drua'/tr.t.a./ .. :
entitled. to the medal and the award The entertainment is something, new Winter Park. next weeK.: ". "j
was accordingly mad in a neat speech and novel and the quartet. /1. i - -. '\'%, .

by ne,. J. L. Moon who explainedthat being greeted -everywhere by large Stop Orambling -, >...'1(.
: be was selected by the other audiences.- Secure your, reserve seat if you suffer from rheumatism or ,1.. ,
members of the committee to make the in advance.
pains for Ballard's Snow,Liniment
'award because of'his good looks. will bring quick relief. It is a sure I WDMBDBAI'S D! FRWCHFOttLEPILLS. '
The Graduating. exercises were held NOTICE.' cure for sprains, rheumatism contracted c.. a.; 'CARSONrreelaeat._ ':JOHW M. LBB. N.It. CAVSON c ,'
on Wednesday evening when the muscles'aDd all p..los-.nd .i se.v.0av ar..ww._____ .. 'Ylee-Presldeat., .C.abi.i.l
ladies and Notice Is .hereby given that. the _
following youog younggeellemeu within the reach of all. '.' Price' 26o, It. .' alrt.w. ..... ,I-,.. ,
class of Council will receive bid.
constituting the under the for one fiOo, 1100. c. IV- SmithTeaaha, ......._r. vu.w.r-es.... .. ... ... ''State Bank: ; :of;Klssimtiiee
W,.received their diplomas: scavenger following oondltions -' Tex.. writes: ,"1 have used B..llard'aSnow -- -.,N--$rrv.rs.nwtee.mu.eawea.- ... M. ,
Miss Mattie Prevatt. :Essay-"Little : Said scavenger to furnish one ta.'r. '
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Liniment in family for :
-: good horse and to devote full my years Kisslmttiee. Fla.PAIB ..
. wagon
Things"
; -- and have found it. a fine remedy tor
Ora"ioD-"A. O. time. to' and
Charle.O'BenY. scavenger street work to all pains and aches' I recommend It

,,3000.Vis.". '.Camlll-Morrison I -- Essay* doll.give bond'bids In the to be sum received of fire at hundred regular for pains In'' thechest..'" Sold .by For Sale Bv 'Osceoli Pharmacy UP CAP.T&t. ..,.,... ..:K-T<....*..,.pt...,.. '! 54000 Sot l! i p

i'"Pearl*."' '_ -- meeting. June '4th,.1907at7:30 p. Roberson's. c , Pharmacy. STOCKBOIDBVS LIABILITY.p1.,. so ooe'opi: ?

Miss Mamie' Woodall\ ..Class Proph-- .. m. any Council and reserves all bids.the, right' to reject . Look .,.Tlde, Bargain IsvAsi. 1" A.to-- mp'.ls'oFFE1tE: i.8I'OS1TOII5.-cnITT 0 ..: .- -r.w.>..fr......F. '. too. 000" oof.Prosapt ,'"'j''' +;;. + . .

obigas'W nla'Olbert, 'Essay-"What '. J.: R. GILBJCBT;.JIItClerk;, 'Mobile. ..< Csrstitt Att stl4Mi* givsr',1: *L' ..ita,.. *xitrswt4 .: a ta

Is Education. ' ,,,114&1 7. 190'1.. Four cylinder? twenty-four horse TO Wois.nr_ YOU Q: >&OPL&w..ur ..... ts M..., Bxckswc** .[teodat all points. mtjtHmuom '' ." ,

,. Miss Gibe was tlievaledictorian, power,'Ave passenger, fortymUeperhour -: ...-....: .tasyeaws..e..se....... .........Co Tat. v ,' ,; . -i." > ," ,: ' :
,hs>Tlngr won the highest honors of (toM IState Legislature i will adjourn t.oc automobile for sale.: New laai. ............... ..wgtea__.enddsead. .p1- ; YOUR BUSIIWM:bB .iC17r8i/.1Uti. /. t ".;
class and to closing her, Essay bade aat'oooD..4 year ..,in perfect condition. .Cost t Ioeo"-.......... ..- .... ......its ,"
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s touching farewell. to >her" teachers. lUpresentatire Donetraais 2.700, will sell for cash at 11._. ,-_-s.iM. ......... 'w............ -,

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, .fmoiiff IIKJ In IIOt doubt tiiat. tIIIIP The grand jury ,at han Francisco V W . . '- . y . tt' ;. ..
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,lall.... onv'--lienrt ,U like to bnt-Kf wltlitl Friday! evening icttrnied bribery Indictment Vetoes BKI.:' -
1.. .............................. W-. > tiilgpixible .,iiltlfuliipHH\ of ft .<.:1.: 'and Railroad Win Against Trustee Governor Car r
I 'N' I333YWALTERBE5ANT.K ';1 or It/ : an follow-;' Judge Charlea Swayne.of the 'United Governor Urowtird has again refused ij ,
the want to biii
.............'................. .'Yot"?o little 1'11"1"\vouUI, ,have done lo help Against President, Patrick Calhoun Slates court at Pensacola ha handed to give the electors of the city 'ofJacksonville .))1
-.. / of the United Railroads fourteen. the case of : ,
I hem over n vvcrk, or I two." dawn a filial decree In the right to elect the I,

"How do J(MI Liiovv tlmr some of the Against assistant to the president. the Louisville. and Nashville Railroad board of bond trI8Il-e.. The Farrla .
= : -"- -- ;-- .:: other women, IIPI-P vveri not ln>th<> .xnineIjllRht Thornwall. Mullaly tOIJt.le ll". company vs. the trustees of the Internal charter amendment bi) .was vetoed by- -.. 'i '

i1il11; m / ? On jiot 011,11'J1II1, im luutlly,, : Against Attorneys"Tterey. L. J<'ordand ImJlro\t'lntnt' of the state' the governor,' and unless tbe legislature '

.IV .. lilUdlro. Mr. Aililison. (Duly tile night before W. M. Abbott at the legals de of Floiiu'a. The suit WAS for the sum passes,t be bill o'e the g. yetn"i

CHArTKIl XVI. JOContinued. KOT some five wrnkvor no ,.theiidvPrtUtfuK'iitu they went nnny we umde a little ('01. partment. fourteen each. of $51.1.59. and was ,decided In or'. veto "here1 b no chanfte, In /.:

worn C oiit iut'tl.: You lot'linn for 'tlic'iii." and bC"\\'I'1'1i 1111 wo Agalobt Major ISiiKCne Schmltz. six t pC company and an the metho ot selecting! the board of ;;

4' hi lard n lit tit'\ purse cf n fpw .ulilllhlK teen. older Issued that the be paid bond trutteea of of Jacksonville ". ".
f"He .shah brA (llrolly\ JlOw I hey came lol mOI..y the city .:
'WAIl at fbf nmo time thinking l ie tllw-oiitlnui'd "TlK'y 1""l1lc'11 thl''' for them,. Alasl! when, *! not up hi the Against Abraham Keuf{ roul'l en. within thirty:' d8)'.., Tlje case is 'one until, la the cdur e of time, the '

L bow thin new': turn ot nffnlrs suited hi letterx.. iilornjng-lo/ gin'. It to them they w-prn Against j'r<:'tdde'lIl..oul.\ .. Glass of of four which Tiave been pending In city council. gradually retires the present :

own line ot action. iiit ..very delicate The first wfl* fiom Mrs. iinjitnpi. gIIinut! w'C' Imve never KOCU toW of t tlieiu, Klneo.' 1 anted .,to prlnclla
Fortunately hnd
110
Ituatlon. \ no iud wn of no nun. bc'( ('nu-p .tier Infor-, \tell thl I... I It wni not by our liitrdlipfnof company, two. Jlectol wltb 'tbe, land grant!) made by given for vetoing the \i are the following
but Harriet of bin discovery.It you "
own
one irntlon c'I'II.d, with' the ilny v> licitKalliarlne In-ait tlml ,fbey "vcre.compehled ,- Against Theodore \'. llalsey, formerly tne state.to'the railroad cpmpany and : : .
ii now seemed nil If: nothing: 1'01l1l1.r,11I loft the. bOIl .": but .1 It wns an went of that tori.oratlon. Is '
oat better. Of .1'O r..e'. tile girl wnnl to (pi jinn}'. II wits, myiTieloHwneitH) an Inducement' to buid'wlllt now That (the provision) ..of chapter E347 ;
khiihit'iqlowiirtl 1
nit lellpr. full of
lioiiPHf guod
tie found Immediately... pi-ohalily 0111'| 1:1 gllll'1.. /i uuglit t to hitvo: got up j one. known as the Pensaeola and AtlantloditUlon of the acts'of 19O3 give to the eledtoraof !

\, through bin own agency-he would be to 5CC./ the IbJl-.d..II'II.lfl'l.writer.! ( nnd. Tom' }, cnt i-in-IIer.! I' Rent, SchuilU, Calboun, ".MulahyFord : 1'h\ railroad brought suit to the city of ,Jacksonville adequate J

r the benefactor) that wouldn, 'nte a The Hvoonil Ipttcr" was from- -1)1 H 111ev. "It wan tate: : llvei.v: 'tiling. wanthem and Abbott arc charged' with I. compel/ the state to deliver 'the lands 1101I'IIO themselves change the /charter ,
..
,. bond of gratitude and frl 'iidflil|>. Itnibt, who nuked for mi lntcrvl to giant granted, and shortly after this but: o( the city by A direct vote of. the
"\Vhnt "They IIIIVP been lookul for In tlifl an overhead trolley franchise to the i filed! large to ) when least
"It may bo true. lie! repented. his liifniniiitloiiHiTicil' (ill I lie, fnrtiiiiPK was a portion'grained people; at per cent of -
% kind of a mnn 'wan this Mr. I'npol. ...rVllloI1Khhy. of the" two jiliU for tueiiIfiir Jl'l1hlr'I" C'UIII, vv'lieio the1 !Rlrls \ventcou'etiniPi United Hallroada. Sehmltz Is fin'Uncharged the company "'al sold by the stile to the icglstered ,'oterl of the city shall' '.
.. '. .
I If lltnt w" 111I lit* nnnipy"A luiiirN nft";r I they loft llniU.v llotixp.It Ilk ,xi'iilili ( -o]>jihKoik.. with: bribery' connection\ Nlr C. Wade for $223.324. Tie comluny participate in such alcctI, and ama- *). ..
ttieriMime '
.. a tall limn who: hnpeiIiandxoiiie < .iff. iilim, It' ('onfi lined' the liens' of Hut tlioy IIIIVP not iippptirlil with\ the fixing of he gas compauj' then instituted proceedings to secure jority ofjth0 votttk cast therein shall
Xoue of the :Jltifouui hnvo Keen
and wni *tlll gond-lcioklng: tljplr; titter doxtltutlnii., In the fm; lie Intro, 1'I'p I them rate, and with receiving! C.OUU In the i. this money: which was placed out be lu furor jf the (iropoued, change.
I lie in.Vi> 'Iniiiiiicil nbnnt '
[ ) bout flfty-nlx years of HKO: with' IIIH lokt 4bpiii., nail lie UIIIMV not whore.U'lilllier In ev'eiy l likely pliite but I here ''UII United Kallroad's Iranl'hl8e.I deal. at interest at the rate oC 2 ),2 percent That thu new charter amendmentbill .,

aquiline' fentbros'' and oyeu very <'loarsnd liiul I Iliey clrii.vcd. hnnd In been The Indictments, ugalnst Glass are per tlUI. and the decree just provides' that the b)11 .trustee, t
________j ; keen;' lie uu,1 to' tire hi h lr. 1181,1! thnt Iuiile, I in the 'lJo", no lpn.' '
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r. (
"jin "In thp "ttt't'-l.( ( hiiilc of ItJ--filond-! additional\ to the eleven indictments' Issued glt'l to the( plaintiffs not only to bo elected under III pi'oiaiousmaj, i p
1 ,tvhkh waa.bilzes Iirown. (oat of t Hint terrllili> Stiuilij'VI !. already leturiu-d against! him on the the but and the their iiit-uibera ;
_ bits niul PC-milieus1 Tom repenteil."Yen 1)'lnclpll. interest select own
ltolfrroaig: a bell.) One of 11wr have .MI utmbe.u
HPI'liI'd. nai.1 IHItnipr. ,\c'h! .
say It again, xu-tlint when jou. charge of bribing bik:; |>prU Ora to refuse amount la thus InNa81 to I2U1.102 : .- 'committee( end IIx Mlla'lel l any 1"1"ot
cjcrkft) came In. Illiniiirl! 11 In 111111! I ha\o Kecked In I lie .
fllIIl her will rejoice, the mote Mr. a competitive telephone franchise ."
"Will you tell thin genllemon ho biironti whore tile nnnien. me tnken! of you : amount they may ne l.
"whnt sort if )10 look tit VIIIK .4i1hli-oii" (KIO| In 111 hl. ImiKl on, hi*). "1 The Indictment against llalsey The decree also Ilall. that in default -
said .< man Indies who want 1,1, ('(>11. Niivvhern ,In I IIliul
Captain :WlIlon"lIh"-l'l/.J.1// know-lie lipr. Whllliorlii ."lie KOIIPVlint, inn nn, old 'WOIIUIII'1I011I111 I Imve oeoun Is for the sumo ol'C nle. of payment. within said-lime .the To Open. IsUrd for' ntry. I >'
to thaw, great cJ\<*u\\-mv sifter ::111011 t'Ketlior Superior Judge Coffey lixcd ball lathe complainant] do have execution'ugahuthe .
p man who fame onre a doplI clio do? IIonornli, ) Ilfir, Warfrens The I'ullcil Slates land onice In
.1' bin money?" Cuiispon4vt, ,, vvhnt! does flip ijI f trouble niul )>ilv.itlonVe' I bH" bum of JlO.Ouo on ouch of the )aid tf"ldlnla. their lundi: and Ualntjville liadi ( : tlio fdjxvlnatltct.lir .
- : TherlrkcU'wiib' him nlnont In the dor been! reduced to vvnlk Hie streets nil charges, and! gave the accused until 1"'II0I'Uts. goods and 'hlu..b. and the. | \
1I1/lIt, for ut of i I Itctt. iiiul to go:
'ii < lel.r
1, Mine words nTMhpiie- ueil by,; T m. It on me out In Kuhf<>nii<>tit (couror.i until Saturday morning to fuinlahbonds. / /aId defendants are eIJoln. from I IIHII "Nolce given( that
of fool"pi vveienever la ) part
: 11110(01' want WI' bCI'b I
"The of his utterly foiKiiken.' Your Kntli- of Gaspjirllla Island, In Charlotte harbor
_ the lawyerilli the a..tlltI'IU'* usscd the nluht "'1111 tliein nodJI""cllt..1 any wise, the said money or any t
nellie IA not quite fiieiidleM., 1'11'(1,1/ 11 in 42 range 20 eagt eon. i
,
which never falls to perelve towiidhlp ,.
., jirofesnloii; ( bin "I'1'/1It-the rritlft of ajulio icr other than
THE PLEA OF OKLAHOMA.. tart thereof. to any 'Jl'rIOI beeuturvey.t. 4
that things -vvhk-li me equal to vim leKiiieil you from the Ar.ilis' vlllnve talning : 439 acres, has ,
( clerk on foity pouiulK n ..ronr'with :- he complainant. Another unit of the :
'tlio same tlilnK nrp o(uol| to each other flip ,friendly bilker for tlioin., her from the ,1\1I111-whl.d.II'OY < under apeelal( instruction f'onl"tht '
Louisville and la now <
oul ns well an lioily( -of tilt xtreot! Commissioner Consult With Roose. Sulb\'Ie
mud that two MIICI.two make four "I "Her heart vvi,. brkl'll-.Ja HenTVnr coinuilsokim-r of tlie general land office -
remember him cJoltp. well, nncl I rrf'otrulze :- Press Corrcipoiident-brokc,, Have faith. youiiy) 111:111. 1.lft up jour velt Anent State Conttitut.'on. IMAiding for 1,60(1,000 acres of laud ; and IhatIb. i>Ut of survey will
the mnii 1 1'I'III.t-oh; lift vp Jour benit ,nIt the President Roosevelt Friday gave an tfhllo two'l1llber ( to whom
In dPKcrlptlon
'o/UIJallel f thin'office
your wlipn she heard Hint :you wore killed.. be nled In dt 9 o'clock a. m.,
/ who used to oome here for his money.iut Aftervvoctii: flip never ,smiled except .old" audience to :Messrs. Lcdbetter. ..our'BIIIIIt llie'fxiulatllle and hvtlle void iiiigehiutits ou the 20th day' of Jiuir. 1SOT. and that

} I wanted the rorrotoorntlon of n with tlio clilldrpn of the griico'ia..i.i/ ,
I KpoouJ witups Upon my wor l, Tom. : llrokon VMI her h..lIl.t., Once It11<"cl to fop, nnd I is ..i>M ,iii iie
I begin to think you numt be right. I ventured to Rill would i-lic,grnoioiii, t the omfoit, nnd( noliu-e of II In .
Itemember that-wp could find no rein givelu' only one of the frnKiiicntM nut Jtiiii'iiahInt.hitp nny chronicle the nont Ident of that body to go to "' vI" -- I The ubote, tract which Is located .
lion to Mr. Capel; and wbon I ndvertlxed oho would not part with the xmnllepleoe. t t bus of id I ghi'ti. i liut I.I not often expected ton to consult with the officials of the -- ,
for the heirs of Captain HenryVHonghl'jr. to feel them. Yet the- word". In ono of the mosOk fertile a..clull oC.oath
All-nil-arc yours Heir War administration regarding Its attitude Troy Held Under Big Bond. "
: WP got no finswer, berpnsp a lid thin .KPiitlewoin.ill's; "w1'lIll'p., .-. Jo'lorldt I sill be seen will be ,
Press
,. Correspondent.( Now you 'mehnck toward the rctiHtituiluu\ The. |I.relllhlll')' hearing of 'Mioinus
an we know pretty well, bUov rpoomo.. and KIP, who ,sliould luivoretnriipcl mill her Rtemlv (even vt l) full: of I fullli I adopted lecently \\'. Troy, for the murder of Georgetvcomb. (jl'l for Imiiieiteuj' lu .un. and

a i fhnjlly liayc long 'nluoe out lilm to the KiiihlhiK. nn The com nil ti t ft- declined\ to tliitc
cit I btlleve Tom troll ore right. of rospa-'-w hero In .she? Love vvnlm( for sull.) : i : held 1n I A few mont b. BIU I kkrze uiea ot
I '
the *th of May was
la that C'lIat-III'ky .dog!-the Inheritance her and die Ho<'hz<>lt-ilia high time "The UliPr tjrl." slip wont onrn, what the president said to them, but day forsulealalce Koveiiiiiient, Un<" in "olN" Florida ,;

will be yours after nil.'" !NIt where Is slip? I ask the eveilnst-. of a (different nntiire---"lie wnR iei1)11.- admitted that he. had r'J'cn..d them Miami Judge Jp8.r held Troy of vvd' nurve) ei1 und Hirltji'cted \o ..p'li.l'UlUI <
'*', tu the term
_l Katharine', you mean. lug) stari." tient I tlinn Kntlitirine; t-bc cried 1 out :indemliplaineti 'tft the attorn) general for another Oetbel' till stud u.ijIrge

"The same thlll!:. my dear! hoT. In There wn no replyrorn the stars.which of tue bittornofix' or her I confeience. They pointed yut that thc dl'l'ul court In the sum of $25- proportion h"1fllc'at i !he-e lands b\'u .rIt. '

_4 I.' spite of the Married Women's I'overly of lute ycais have oonseil. to; lot: HIC| was without hope. , tlnxiKli; she i I they were acxloin that 'the' piesldent) out :Mr: Troy is almost a total hi raner been otcujiiid( '! : 54 1,

Act; Just the same thing. Well, I'd Interest tlieiiiKplvo In the fortmipo of WIM to jounz-the future was always rhould indicate the objectionable features (, in Miami, and the attorneys for I 1lId. _

auk 1pu borne, but Harriet, who li a men, alld..arp now silent pprhnps tin-, dork to lien I tieinlile for Lily; hut of the present coiibtltutlon. because the defense thought the bond exorViUant. -I

74 woman of a hlgblr apn ltl\'e natured moved .ipl''t tors. and refuxn by; nil)' for Katharine I liive more th.in liopo/ then the convention could bu but Judge Hc) cr was of aslIlTtrtnt l'ei-baps. I tlie longest\ c' "t of confine-
used to see your shout at night No had the 1 nu-nt lit the A thUd U nol'ce'! station
ooiublimtlonn of their own to I'n'PH|I I bnve ('o9tldenvej'"Yet assembled and those (catuus cor- opinion. sooner I 1a
j when you were flrnt reported 8. killed the future or to guide the conduct of slie has never been hero to see Lcted. ma\tJ: been settled as to (the uiiiouul,. that of K.; 1). lilaiuftii..;, contractor

L. -bas become no touched with thankfulness those who consult them. tollnl'P her.: departure. And that Is when the citizens of .Miami rame fur from llostoii. .Ma"<,, who hu. 1<'t1

at your unfply tbat I do not think There wn, however ft third IptI..... two month ago and more." 1 They did not want to 11athe constitution and made the bond guud held for u 'ailj' thre numth, lighting

It would' be 'wise to brine you bone This came from Harley HOUHP. nnd ">'o; I cannot 1eritaiul why she submitted to the people lor' /ard.Troy a son Of the late Colout-1 I ie<)uislilofl papt-rs 'Irom Cue slate
: .without flrit preparing/; lier.". lIe Was .lpiied by Beatrice ..Itvnswritten hal not 'omp. But Jiutleiice. You rotlBCDtlon to be followed by thepresident's 1
Auppy. ( : 1). S. Troy of Montgomery Ala., who o( riorida. iackll was arrest* <
,thought ot the moonllgbt dagger IICl'lle. in the old-fashioned utrnlsbt- have yourself been; rescued Inn mannerHO : disapproval of the Instrument much of his time In lilriutnghaiuan on of the authorities
spent complaint 'I'
and afraid, "After you went awayI lined ,. which would -delay the admission .
was Italian .
_ hand which was formerly miraculous that yon may hope. that liead of the Klyton iJind company'Tbs.4ead Jacksonville! -who (' tbat the prisoner '
,
therefore took t'mpot'ul..I.olllellllonof the only kind permitted"-'women. a lesser miracle may linvp IiecnwVoagLt of the state until a later! date. 'ara.
tbe house fa Ru.ell" square I hope. Tom coiled upon the writer, -who lied for Katliailne. -AVhen I think The committee said the people were juan I Is charged owed. drew a draft ona llostou bank,
1 old grudge,. and provokedthe for SoO. which WU turned down for
Sir. Troy an
4' .. : you approver nothingto( tell him but the history of of ourselves everything'srens ponslblp.Vf anxious to have the constitution conform I,
,t. ,"Oh ye.! Why DOt? Somebody must the last conflict. which. e81Ito In Troy'"botng lack nt fundu Immediately afterward
week of privation and fruitless \ were. getting old-loo old for tl'lI'b"lug. to the provisions of the enabling .' .
'
i live there, and -wty not ;you? Beskles, bunting for work while the slender where and ac him five tmes. Troy has Klackwell! Instituted! ;, habeas ,
they prefer young act. ; ,; ;,': ,'>t : ,r4 :'<\ ,' .' \. ,IT" ..' 'i", (oru.
It !. not my property.! resource of the two glrla1 wasted away" tire glrlsnnd we were resolviiiglb.at. 'i;' 1% ;":, 'I'_" ' ""t .....i : I eTti \ J tn !!old rlul andhi4waeWYorkiiWlt.Ja l jrocediugThe'. JJt.wan deut6d by ,
4 "' .. ... .. ._ .mt,
.
'roiiiwe: don't know yet B'o.I.1..70U .w. .
"Well too rapidly she told him would and 'go n JOhn wh ,
nut uswell,. we soon give UI'| trying OUSTER 18 ( ENDED.' \'il, 1't/Hlclon de i'i'IJUdS .
gave me a power of attorney, of Katharine's! patience and lier grief. Into" the'4workhouse4lfc." \i f' "'r 'iW -r y.;, fl.al'g ofllda : } Im '(;- wa ate. f. .1and now .
and of ur'e'llla'.bt' >con'admlnbt.r- And,she spoke with! so soft a voice, nmanner "What?, had you tog, no' friends r" ; ; Mlltourr" occurn l3gan? il Uack1el sa>'* he 1'1 case
But I should not !ikejr Oil Companies In. Be
tbe state y
f lng so gentle; and n face so swept, "We bad cousin Do you know that to the supreme of the United.
to do auythlng without your knowledgeand that his heitrt 'wa* drawn toward lief. It in sometimes better-to become a pauper Forced to Leave State. The postoffice at Fort Barrancas, a 1'01'r (,

approval." "And ohl alr/' abe concluded, "I am than to accept tbe bread of crriulg-. Judge Robert A. Anthony, appoint) fuunhclass office was robbed one tHltes f

Ob :Jnme*! and (lie collar of -nine! sure-I know from my experience tliar IIIR.clmrlty? Da not ask me about ourcou1ns. ed by the sbpreme court of Missouri night the past week and money order -

and the Jewels, and the old silver mugs, the two girls must have gone for days Yet there was_ one whom we to take testimony In tile. suit Insil-! ) stolen amounting to about I I The EscamMa county graft canes
receipts at least that In which James M. Andrews -.
and the 'book and the pictures! and day with nothing; to cat from remember with gratitude. For he left I toted by Attorney General llddley The robber'aa committed while ,
"Kind my I'atllllrine-olll find my breakfast day to breakfast the of sixteen hundred $75. former cllallmll and bu-mbel
one ua) a legacy pound against the Standard Oil company, the patrolled In front and I
Katharine, Jem." next, because their breakfast were sU III the funds. It 1:1"11111 fifty poundsn ""Waters-Pierce OH* company' and the armed guards d by the of the county ('U llhssl'ICr. I* concerned

paid for beforelinnil. jou; know. And year. We lodge In this house; tvo Republic OH company: charging a aicuud the buiding.occupied win-i camo to an abrupt close .

A V CHAPTER XVII. when they Went nwny. Katlinrlne t.il lei l have learned to live very cheaply on consplrac has made MB ic-porl l ontofllce wble one of the the criminal court at. IVnsacola, when,

-r THK iEAHCII. the matron that they bad not enough; fruit niul such thing; we have ouch to duwq was forced In order to gain an I the dltl'nelIltlbdl'w! his plea '.ot '

Then the' advertlscmeiita begun..They between/ them, to pay for a not ber\ week. others' love and we have kept our the court entrance no noise was heard by thc not guilty and tine of guilty : -'

j I. did not appear 1UU time, In And they. bad parted with nil their books. The winter of our clnys believe His findings, !hold that the oil companies guards. The local postofflce Inspectors, tea charged Tb t'nttr't done after the '.
; - things. me, is hallowed by Kucli t.unt.ilni) > the postmaster and state had examined score or more :
j. but were duly displayed in the econd "Oh!" Tom groaned. ")01) poor girl! ax never fell upon our npilngThlnlc control prices. lie lecoimucnds, that have been notified of the robbery hone a ;f''

e t.luuin of. the Times. And In the My poor Katharine! otII, younx /gentlemanvhen' you their charters be revoked mid that and while they' are making anInveatlgatlon \ln"\8.1. names "Ipeare' .
upon' the and who stated ,
'allQn," column of the stalldartI.iNllw..Tel'gropb. ",All took they b, ousted from the payrolls
. they away with them they tremble! for the fate of Kuthailnc. state. the army ofllcers arealIs '
the had worked for the county,
) never j
IL Tost and- Chronicle. carried one small band bag. J don'tthink Not a trace of tbe.a-Irls. I .. making thorough Investigation

'James was now honestly anxious. In they: had even n change ofclothes. It was unfortunate that they were !FOR THE. RELIEF OF FAMINE Into() the affair I Stamps which were In The iiiaxlmuiu, 'penally (a forty sears. '
ilils own interests that. the girl should ."
advertised for together l>eenune nobody
t lie found. lie wan satisfied that Torn "Make iMiste-tell me nlL" had any suspicions! at all about a single Ru..lan .Parllament Votes Nearly Nine the drawer with the money were left The Uoud Itoudu AsifoeUtlon of Florida I

- "J would ask no nasty question when "Tliafrls) all. To look for -work week Klrl. It.a: the pair who were looked Millions of Dollars. lutoucbed. Is lo convene at l"n.acola'ln annual ,
Z: jtbe statement of his affairs Will pre- after week; not to find It to starve to for If Siamese twins
; ; as they were or on June S, and at .
lower
The house
of the !Ku&blan Drlgg.r1-"a" 1,001 are.
.
parliament -
;nnted to blmantt theieVa a great and Mis. reported as
shabby
Brow lrlt'ken In
poverly. double-bodied nightingale Yet as we cent of thu board of county '
Tdifference between banding over the oppearancernnd Friday by 176 to 146 votes so badly beaten by a negro neat liar- (el'tnl
at last
1 not to have kiiowthey had been hong since eepugated. commlBHloiu : r
l ;Jlrnst to the heirs of Mist ANllloughbrlereased. money enough to pay for bed and adopted the law providing for the Dt' a few days ago. Is rapidly recovering preliminary plans wero1 '. ;

-i9 \ and retaining tbe paper and breakfast even In. such cheap\ plncea It was early in December that the appropriation of $8,750,000 for famine ) from the Injuries she received mopped out fur the entertainment' o! '

acting a. the family solIcitor for Katharine thlsl That In -all. except that other first real discovery was made. relief purposes.r The 1'olen and members at the hands of the negro and the the dl'lllt) 'I. The commissioners also I ..
after! the wat found, 'This, toKet have of the of txtended! an Invltatul l !'to the pensa ,
gIrls friends, who will in the end, DIttmer Bock It was who made It. group lull abstained rumors of ber being beaten so badly

p her'with the Indirect method, to though often grudgingly enough, .do One evening DIttmer stood upon'the from voting. a* to be In danger of dying are said cola Good Uo.ids Association to part(
ito speak. which be. had already pro- something: when It comes to the womt. curb contemplating !bin procession of to have been greatly exaggerated she situ them in arranging for thu .1'

;poKed to his wife seemed to,be a hat I These poor girl had no friend. There fair women filllug his soul with sweet GARNER CAUGHT AT LAST. was struck by the negro with a .titlck, event :t r
t "ral'I and easy way dut of-the ..mini two luC'II" / '.
i 1 were never girls In tho homo I Images and. ,,wondering what It would but only .slightly Injured. The woods -- ( LthtV.
,But every.day a* this young man contemplated lieforei. Their dreadful friendlessness be like to be transported to the loud I
HIs Officer Located
i By Watching Wife about the neighborhood were scouied |ir->wurd hat reinstated James ,
; the pile of papers connected brought them together. and
They shared .,vhere such) creatures roam free
r ,wltb* tbe estate, lie,cursed the luck that what they had; Buffered together and, : fearless. Suddenly to the surprise! of Embezzler. to find her assailant, bjjt he has
'\%. .brought his cousin home again. And obi 1 Mr. Addison, they went out Into the the by- tander. and the Indignation of R. F. Garner wanted In New Op- ed capture, and the chUte for him has of record \ul1111 county who "

1 '.'fIPr7, day when b. 'went. liome--they streets together bind In hand quite the policeman he burnt through the leans on the charge of embezzling been about >given up. i was removed from onVe In PccmJcr t

t41 'remained at ItuBRell square but the penniless noii't cry; It's dreadful to crowd and seized the hand/ of one of 136,700 from the Southern Pacific road I I'.iuS, n account of failure to prosecute

:.establishment was reduced to one nils- see a man cry. Perhaps they have these heavenly visions. was arested In Cartcr vlllc, Ga, Friday A bill for the tune of goods In bulk alleged election tl'IUJ. In VolusU -,

.rable old woman.'' &ml there was no found friends" "Lily !I" ho cried. afternoon at the Hell residence. hoe passed the Florida senate alu! county Thc order rulnatatlnB Ml1.;

:more dinner l'rtlpII-Jlarrlet.' received! "But where-wliere-where? And "You. DIttmer Bock?" Garner has been living near! Car- house and now needs only the gov Perkins Into frffect Immediately. .

4! him with. gloomy looks and sullen why don't they answer my advertisements It was Lily. She was beautifully tersvllle for about two 'months. Several eruor'sl signature It provides (that no IOH '

speech. "s.It It wan Sits fault that ?" ( dressed, and she was on the nrm of a weeks ago his wife arrived In rcbant"lhal sell a stock of goods The house ct) rvprcsentattve has'
.. Tom had returned! lIe put thl to hl'r. "Why, girls like that look ftt There beautiful n
never lieU
j1'11t1emnn. was no more and stopped ut the which has a debt on without t
CartenvUe. I passed the Llroome pension bill, prc'vlUng
she made
but no reply except by that fl'81
papers except to see 1(_ there are -vacant -woman In the whole-theatre than home. Since her arrival every move consulting
the creditor
J kind of look which maket a husband places for which Failure to do for tho paynitijt, oC pensions (
they cnn npply Lily thin evening' she made has been watched and dually I
this make the the
purchaser
liable lo all ,
at once wrathful and small What do they with and confederate soldiers over :
want newspapers She ought to hero been proud of bee
-: The advertisement Before the detectives, learned that, her husband -! subjects the seller to a penitentialy age of to property .
1 began. sixty
regardless
What Interest canyon expert a Klrl to dress and her opera cloak and the dtnlratlon the residence. I .years, .
I, long,tbe'whole
1 Katharine Oape/igedl tw emy-oiie,had thought are centred la' the difficulty brougham: which awaited her and -
1: disappeared: that when she WITS last of finding food?" \ everything. LIGHTNIN HIT CLOTHES LINE. Another of He J:8cambll county The Inconvenience and delay In toe :
1 1A
:'. I seen tbe bad on..a black! Jacket a bliuk "In the streets friendless and p nul- Put the snatched her hand away and -, graft caae"came to a close when the shipment CJr. pbosphace and lumber '
woolen lire*, a Let trlnfmod /vlth black lets Tom Result, Boy PiIed .and Two
repeated. Toor' Katharine!! blushed Crimson. Jury at Pensacola last Saturday nlgbtreturned. from Port Tampa, incident -to the

,p velvet and a gray kerchief round her l'oor child I Was tucro no cue In, full "You, DIttmer Bock?" .i SI.ter a.loul17 hocked a verdict of guilty In the strike of The 'longshoremen at that '.
If.ta Hfokf tbivt the was five feet: la height house,, where' thcip are twenty women ,"Who is If.. Ltlyr Hiked the gentle Johnuj' While,, aged .12 yean aIl case of Fulton The
. end.
Car
L point has about to '
an
'en& light curling hair, regular feature IIUe!., more, all of whom knew"CJt hOe 'man.' '_.,; ' l G. W. White, living near Flowery padding the payrolls of charget WI\ como'

'angTa7.Ye53) and. that she was acs dreadful trouble to do( .lier"the "simple '-MAn old friend.' One moment 'DItt .Branch.Qa,, 'was struck and killed repair work. done count colored laborer. who ,, quit work haverIot
.companled l by a rouog lady,also tnlss- act of 'charity of I upon the coUrthouso. but In place*J a' '
ioeplnu her. .from) mer. Where IB Katharine, Don't -tell. by His two .ltI'l were The 'rluled.
f'I oark 'om- starvation Uchtinc Bpeclflc harge was for ? Greeks Dhae.rneu .t
Ipj.uamed IilyDoran4ot Not one? her you have seen me.", iclous and may not put a force of
"S- >pl Slpn; dressed In brown serge.with a : "There1 are thirty women fn'\..tb" ""I'do not' know where.' tne' Is. We 'klok cover . re submitting a payroll which scheduled are Industrloua wprker and bare relieved ?

'blscf jitckersnd 'a red handkerchief.. houseXot ene"among us all," Miss cannof find" ber, We are-looking tor Th ,, . ; a painter named Will Kelly. at $3.60 the situation'at the port "to, sUCh. *
.children! weretaking clotbti
'!] 'et.t ..JOI.. country:comblae.1 .was Beatrice answered, with quiet dignity her everywhere.! *' . u-i-; J '. : , per day for tendays, Wben.Kely'onl, a degree loading' shlpa It,.oo" ,

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( '/ WOULD SETTLE : I HELD FOR PRQTECTING HONOR -

MEXICO WILL SCRAP PROBLEM STATUTE VOID : -. ': .'; ' .

Georgia Member, of Commerce Com. I Mrs: Ssllle Freeney Is Placed /' *yStch in lime .stiY+ jr'' nin... .
I '

Guatema'\ Nineteen mission Suggests Penitentiary Farm Labor Contract* in at Eastman-:Charged with the many a: .sick, '.spell .
If Executes ) i Hsrre'll.The ,
\ Terms for R. R. Magnate Murder of W.", T,,!, '

4i Diaz Subjects; South Carolina are, Null. I I Mrs fcry iving'Techild,
trial of Sallle Freeney
A VVashlnstou: dispatch says: The BALLARrfS
,- t who is charged with the murder
interstile commerce coiuniUuion has i
t IS DECISION BRAWLEY %V. T. liarreir, a prominent citizen SYRUPEVERY
MOBILIZED
TROOPS ARE decided on a more radical policy,\ ube ,
wb.D. It claimed, she shot and .
rR' treatment of corporations which .
: persist
ed, began at ISastman,' Ga., Tbursday MOTHER '

Eight Thousand Are Massed on Guatemalan !lu violating the law; Possessed of Breach of Contract Was Mad.,. a Me-| morning, supplied.. with Bsltard's Horehound Syrup If'she

Frontier Awaiting Threatened authority to investigate every phase of demeanor and Judge- Declared This The* courtroom was, crowded nave her. children from serious sick polls. It con

':\ Drastic' Action of railroad business and having'; the power .. Feature of Law to Be RevoltIng a dense throng of people when" olutco.J; nothing injurious. doed nol con tlpa.te. 'Good
aa well na adu(ta.
.
: '.- 'President. Cabrera. to bring about the punishment pi' -Prisoners .Released. Freeney took. her. seat. She did often leads to consumption and should bd checked 't
'
Individuals us well as corporations, appear the least bit nervous-or> excited ..... ,

j;:.: Mexico has eight; thousand men; the commission Is pushing its work la' the United States, district court' as she entered the courtroom; Household ,<

f. fully equipped and on a war fooling, wllhr determination. CoihoiUaloner" at Charleston, S. C., Thursday, Judge 'bowed to the judge 'and attorneys Necessity.'

''I,' now on the lluaterualaa frontier., Distributed Jutlsou C. Clements: of Georgia; 'who' W ll. Bra.wley rendered his decision calmly' sat down. Smith, JIouat.on. Texas, writes; : "1: hare used wT
Almost the' entire, morning '.
Horehound Syrup In my family for the- paab-!
"
south' of M4XIco.Clty are eight thousand . Monday, said:: and ,lljah: Dray'ton, colored, on habeas case was hardly gone Into before adjournment we have trled.. Every household. should bo '
,"0041 of ''tho- wholesome "- with this ,"
most things worthy remedy
additional troop, which;,, bodies corpus proceedings, declaring the was taken for dinner.
of soldiers eau 'be transported'to* ; the that could happen' would be the put. act or"tbe legislature making the Introduction ot 'evidence occupied ;The Delight of Children. '

", border on' ,tweaty-fbur, boiira' ifotlce.U'lillo ., ting in' 'jail! of some men of prom- breach of a farm contract a misdemeanor afternoon session
Ineco lu the railroad world., It would :'11'8., Freeney, since the & COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPING
lie
there 1* a disposition In official to unconstitutional, null
do more than anything/ vise to' ,bring murder of Harrell, has been a. prisoner ", SORB'THROAT, BRONCHI
.. circles to 'modify 'the height of the and void and the two negroes are ',ALL, LUNG TROUBLES.
tension existing between President about better feeling; (h Would not ordered to" be' released' from custody, In the JJlbb'county' jail at Macon.She of'

Cabrara and the Mexican government, : be necessary; to put lu jail a'l\\ the men'' Judge Urawley's decision deals al. was carried to Uastnian for 50<; and, $1.00 '

'1' It 1 Is> !admitted on all sl<]es that should who .ouglit, to be there. Jiut let OIIQ most entirely with tbe.law on Uie'sub Thursday morning -, ALL SUBSTITUTES.

Cabrera : his Intention ut.. or two who hold high positions in the ject., The case IB, however, briefly The.'State' is represented by Solicitor
out
,
currx;
nineteen social and business world be nut behind reviewed, showing that the two n., Kd!: Graham, D. M. !-Hoberts &: Son

f of executing complicity the In the alleged-attempts men accused the bars. This would act'- Aa a groes were arrested In January, 1907, C. W. Griffin and W. ..M; Morrison.while ,Snow Liniment Co. _

powerful deterrent for men who would upon a' warrant for failure to perform Mrs Freeney js| represented ,
to" asasalnate him; Mexico would ho John 11. Cooper. Delacy & Bishop .
hesitate to Jeopardize their positions their'contract under section, 357 of North Second Street,'
forced tu la.tcrv.ene.A '
and aafel).." the acts of 1904, 'and at that' time C.V, At will.
Washington special! says: The The state rested Its 'ca ejn the at.teruooli
Questions! of criminal, iSroceedure: by they were btlll under contract foratask !U>UISK[ MO.,
; state deiiarlincut officials are watching of the year, not yet performed. about ,6 o'clock, having be.gun
the commission have been delegated to
r' with Interest developments In Uua- The act provides that a convictionshall to submit ev.ldence about :
fBE
Krunklln K. Laue ot California
one
teu&g'where'ereat confusion ,
exiuts not operate for the release or o'clock.
I '
it as the result of tho attack of tho' nIPllt energetic and conservative The defense- Immediately had Mra "
recent upon discharge of the violator, and when '
} membershcn, Mr. I..ane was and Recommended by ,'* ;
the. life of President Cabrera. A wild the negroes were arrested in JanuaryIt Freeney make a statement to

, liaiiio appears to have seized upon '' asked: "Are 'you going to send somebody was the' second time that they had jury, and rested without ROBERSON'S STORE

"tho Government of that "country and In the railroad world to( jail'" been hauled upland put on the chain- any further..ev dcnce. Mrs. .'recnf') .....at--,- ... -" DRUG,-' .. .,_. ,- .--;. ---...'
arrests have been mode by the whole. "he .refilled: gang for the same offenses made to tliq jury a very '

sale by persona suspected of complicity "1 hope that will not be necessary "The' only crlmlflal eeL,'* in the statement.' KISSIMMEE

li| the attempted' aasasuliiutlon. So- If the rullroiidj: will comply\ ,with the words. of the decision," was the (allure Sho claimed that Harrell .
luw, we will get on most harmoniously to work.," that he would ,sleep with her .
;:- . nor Canto, who wan> for some time '
,' Chilean' consul general at Guatemala but If the law la broken they I IVhlle admitting; that the leslala-- night or kill her; that he was Intoxicated
'
'. will have trouble." .' tlon I is a part of the local administration at the time and that he attempted ltO'UTE.
City and who bUll been transferred
just k
London "00 you Intend to have Kdward: lu matters of great: convenience to put his threat Into execution.and
to a similar position In ,
I, II. Harriman prosecuted?'* to the industrial life' of the state, that she only shot> him when IIh ,4
saw Secretary toot Monday: and
"Tho whole subject is under consideration Judge 13 raw ley says;: 'I'l\e remedy was forced to protect; herself LILME, STEAMER, HO8EADA.:
.
i' rjei'crltx-d at length'the: deplorable condition found in statutes which further stated that iio grabbed Johnson, Sr. Johnson -
: by: tbe commission. If Air.liiirrlnian not, chain Captain Clay -Jr.
: of affairs In Guatemala has been guilty of nay In- the laborer to the soil and force him and struck her. Dire: Freeney trips to Bassinger s-d'retuni.( Roseada,.leaves fossils>
r. Philip Drown, the American cbarge to labor' whether he will or not It 'Into details'" as to the manner in '
and arrives
I'riicl'cui: of the act to rogu'rtt' coiunicrce morning TJsslmmee Friday .veniag., ti'
t. and secretary l>f the legation at the !1 Is by Improving his -(1oudltl and she had been supporting herself. Lake .
lI to OV
he will, us a matter of course, not Trljp ) c>obee and Fort Myer 011.u.e L1IU.
b' Guatemalan: caiiiiul; hns reported to by still degrading It, that tho remedymay She told the jury that she bad for passengers. Rates reasonable.
l be all because he "
-not. at
l;' the Ktate .department by cable upon prosecuted be found' doing the best she could and picturesque-- Waterway In'Florida.

f..' t the e vein a roiuuTtHd with PrealdentL.'ai Is Harriman, but because he Is. an Judge lirawley concludes by declaring the was going to keep on doing .,. and Freight hates apply to ,

., ,' >rera'it efforts to punish the iiisllgators offender against the law."We the state act to be in conflict Sho stated that It looKt&. as It everybody CLAY JOHNSON SR... Proprietor.

of the attack ttnd also to crush hall, line every power granted with the thirteenth and fourteenthamendments was against her, 'but that On ,board -"IJ11I*." Klislmoiee FU t

:. the Incipient rebellion, which threattUK us-the power to Investigate under |: of the constitution of the was for her; that Opd never let on ,

<< the country. '' oath, the lower of examination ot accounts United Suites, and orders the release of His children, suffer, and that 11.waa I I .

aud the of calling 'not going to do BO now. She
power upon
the
of prisoners.
Mr. Brown joined the other uieuiliert I
the district attorneys for- Indlctmf'nts. pressed herself as not being the .. V% Tfie iw E2
of the diplomatic body lu Una- '
And in the enforcement of the law INSULT WOMEN AND 'CHILDREN.Strikers afraid that the jury would
.1 temala'City In a protest directed to.Oabrera '
.. .
,':' wo lllial I task and expect the cooperation --:-- her. .1 -, ( York \ '
the
against proponed execution declare t of Jew '
_of the' railroad men of the In San Francisco Acting the W'itnessea for the state
of uo less than iln'etten, persons, statements
who 'declare\ Part of Bullies and Thugs.Ten Mrs. Freeney tirade
country they are prepar.ed '
who had been arreuted! by the police, In after the shooting to i
to conform to the law, whether special policemen In 'plain mediately -'by Might -.
connection with the Attempted aasasHlnallo.li. effect that Harrell did not; put .
-begun) careful investigation ,
they believe. In It or not clothes have a !
and when iio reported this at SanFrancisco 'into the hand on- her, and that she shot .
"Wo do 'not Intend to combine our I
fact the state department he insulting'language-that f '
tu. was" because of "
)
energies to railroad uiep. but will extend treatment accorded women and children ; Cy -E. '.I:,, Martini.
advl&rd against .Interference, In view them t to shippers whom the law:' who ride, on the street care with I used to her. .;
ot hlit statement: that while a number a view to protect them JromAvlolence J'A Y whatever route you, reach' or soave Manhattan Island In
p Included lu the list reaches, for underbllling and tale BOTH HAD ACCIDENT POLICY;., the toe ; .Oil tho North r
of foreigners wero and Insult'.' from striker and reporting ,, evening, river Utgh.'n.< beautlf.
of cundemtu'd, .uoiio. .ot them! were weighing and by plhe.r '(devicesami regular- policemen who are derelict i River the spectacle variesccording'to the hour and' th..

g .4 : Americans.. hicans securing leas than the regular in their duty.t Man and Wife Who Were s .'asoii, for the dow.towo lights -Manhattan\ ar., inoro

However, Mr Brown baa ,agalo' co. ratf'Spr3' receatly two mills in Twenty*' attorneys' have also' been U-eave Comfortable Sum to Heirs."' .numerous. wnen, thji days ore( lort"anel.lbo tenants of' the

,'bled tho department;'"asking If her' North Caroling\ were convicted of i appointedby the bar association 'towatch The laws of chance are Brett ,office-bultdtngd liars ,to light up IQ' finish their, day's,

nllgbt ,asoihlAjrr: : annalufatitiedceyin! J1, ..!uiving 16Vlied ria! falae u"I'jiay' wdght.w?' r'Aggregatii andjwere: i : ", ,,the.'i.a' m nla ..atlou)Of J lt ccrInilbe"l exploited Inthe; caseof, Mr- and. 1011','' .:;'worlc'afternoon: Across, winter'day'glow,from"the._ lower, :and Jersey! !sparlde, ferries tbe.rMt,late ; tn co tits i. %

.
behalf of tli' >rlsoners7fund;: 8ecretarytltootMonday' & ] police',,'courta' and endeayor;to ,
.
'j '
;: ) : | \"'" \\1"" '" i. Harold TAnderson' who were drowned ,, of' tall shafts >. each
'tr-UO "" ' paat't": grouped against' :: the sky ass
;
i ; the
;-r;: ,
cabled ; neceratiry ::1' adequate punllhlU ot for'
I hlnithe ; secure ;:
) II- .<, .
j; ; 1 ;? '; '" >; NO .J1 b'ythecafisizing i : ot a-steam with regular rows o( shining windows A'memoreMe.slght
'l men ,r '
llermls loll. The department'prob i ,,_.. ... .. who'attack.dretreet\ are '
,
; shafts and,buge blocks of holes far.atoor
I STRIKERS MAY USE TORCH, and .created disorder.' while at.'a picnic at the Locks gleaming reaching, *
wllj-l\ >o pleased if llrown can avert I SSituation -' J Augusta, Ga.. a few days ago that corns between them and the river. There, much In,
execution of the Benteiice.H,_for.lt.' few1 to recompense a tired man tor being a .commuter,, and no ;
Ji\ SantiagoCuba, lion CLAIMS ALICE.* ly after thctr..marrlage. a '
,
MAN
CRAZY!
'j:, is probable that the execution of any I Insurance ) rtb is there the like of It. I
Verge each took out an
of these foreigners upon the evidence of Anarchy.. ago of ten thousand < B the-tall- shafts tnd the intervening lower lights,, and ,the'' -
agaltiat them will lead to forcible for- i Tho strike situation In Santiago, Says He ,ls Husband of Mrs. Long-\ for the other In the sum to ;that run to the river and order It, there are' all the'river
The tried
agent ;
feign intervention which lul&ht resultin Cuba, became very much aggravated/ worth and Nick is an Interloper.. dollars. )'- 'with their long rows' of.brlght'windows, hurrying; on1
them out regular poltcy.'but
take a
Monday. There was considerable James Frieze, who Is confined In a to ;' the Sound >"ktearoer going out; other steamers coming

uni>lea unt, compllcatlotis.. shooting throughout the day, and atone sanitarium at Columbus Ohio, has both insisted on taking out ; lightse .sober-on all manner of shipping; 'the street i

line u serious outbreak! wits applied to the criminal court for leis: -accident policy, so that tbe heirs .and wharf'lights, ashore;'' and higher ,,ujV here and

SNOW AND JACK FROST threatened. release on the ground that his mind each are now to be In possession' of 'and commercial, but none the less. radlsnt. -sdvertla-

threats to burn properly are la-all right. lie' declares! that he Is comfortable fortune \ ,
Trying to Nose Out Summer In the Open made and with this approach' the rightful husband of Alice Roose- offlce-bulldlng lights go-out early-most of 'them-bu a

North and Northwest, being velt Longworth, and that Nicholas> JUDGE HARGIS IS ACQUITTED. of the tall uptown hotels.contlnue,;all the evening and In i .
a. tiuow was' rejiorled froth all over lu anarchy, many citizens' are Arming Longworth Is an Interloper and oughtto windows, to be lighthouses. ,

Michigan Monday with a veritable themselves.: They declare, the situation be shot lie threatens to kill Mayor Another Chapter of Feud Case In Kentucky River, besides time city lights and'tbe river' lights- are the'
'
winter bUzzard prevailing" over' the to be unbearable Bagder and the 'city authorities Is Closed ; very striking!: and beautiful, with their' unobstructed'

Bagluaw 'valle)'. Cadillac reports that i '- when lie gels out. Thejury at Lexington. Ky.,. In \ by the, glow of the lectrlobulbs., ,
APPEAL TO ALL SOUTHERNERS "' '' and
inuthese 'rln.Uchts
Ave Inches of snow fell Sunday night, i :etr) bordered framed by the dark
of James Harris of reathlt.); '
--- case reflected ,In it.-Harper's ,Magagzlnc. ,,
and III|x Inches have; fallen at 'Petos- GIRL SUES-FOR A DIPLOMA,
To Stop All Business at Moment of 'county for the assassination of ,Jas.Cock
key "
Flukes ot snow fell In the Schuyl- Unveiling of Davis Statue. Barred from Graduation Because SheAttended rill, town marshal at Jackson.returlled ,N1tit11is111tAkSlltlrSar7.7t117s11tsts, r.a18, .

kill valley in Pennsylvania 'and residents Au apepal to all' southerners briefly'to a Dance. a verdict of acquittal .... ., .

ot Uerks county report that a stop business''and: all, moving Because ''she was not permitted to Thursday morning '

regular squall visited that section wheels ait 2 P. m, June '3, the moment graduate on account of Having\ attended A. Boon as the verdict; was ,

Frost was general over Kansas Sunday of the unveiling of the Jefferson Davis a dance contrary to the school nounced, every democratic city , . How to 'ee : 'i *
statue at the Richmond reunion ot rules Miss Sadie'l\1cGlnnls of Danville county official in the. court room, Uttered
j" night with the temperature In
".' confederate veterans\ was issued, atNew Ky., has brought suit against shouts of .applause. for Sprinting w
In atate 30
tbe. reaching
many places ( rappod' order .
for. .
Judge Pavker )
Orleans by General Lee, commanding the Campbell lIagerman Female college -
Nortbweat Missouri
degrees was Sheriff McKlroy for
-the veterans for $12,000 damages.:; reprimanded : peraiittlus
v*
'
; also visited by a damaging} (Croat such action la the court room.CALHOUN By.Rrtkur&'Duffey.
k" 8
FOR AIDING LYNCHERS : *
ill HOST TO LOSE JOBS. COURT OUSTS OFFICIALS, AS A PUGILIST. fVortd's Champion Sprinter &

Widow of Victim Brings Suit Against K liE first aud very best advice 'that' I 'can give to any 'school' '
,, Railroads Will Economize by Cutting Democrats: In City of Louisville and 'Frisco careful la. Ills
toy; who
Railroad,. for $100,000. President of Railways wants to become a' sprinter to be ,
Down Their Payrolls. County of Jefferson Lose Out. Being Called a LIAr training and have form .In everything..: a

&a Betwecn''O.OOO and 100,000 men will The widow autl..inluof children of The Kentucky: court ot appeals on At a meeting" Iii San Francisco Friday By being careful in training 1 mean' ha should not,oxen

Robert. 1'. Host, -white man, who Monday :handed down ltd opinion In ; of the public utilities do. if lie runs.too hard ortoo far,when he beginning. to M'
. be thrown out of employment by the '
); was lynched last May at Tallulah. La., the contested election cases from the I of the board of supervisors to conaider 4 run any good be might gain' wjll be JOlt;. .
railroads ot the country before the filed null Monday against tile Vlcks- city of Louisville and Jefferson coun resolution Every boy,. 'of course, cannot be'' a world's' champion
u/ declaring i
, end of the first week J iq June, according ,- burg, ,ihreveport and Pacific railroadfor ty, upholding the contention i'of the the franchises of the United railways; A few'great many boys can: be. first-class, -,runners. though- If

to reports lu Chicago' 100000. fusloulBts' and declaring the election President Patrick Calhoun\ of that corporation' a common-sense'TUOS..
The declaration: charges that the de Jry boy to go In for all sports at, first! Try'' football, baseball,' y
addition to the employees In the void.The was virtually called a liar : -onythlns-that Is good fan and good'' 'athletic :work. z
fendant, conspiring with a mob, furnlsht court rules that Governor Beck-
' ; regular service, many thousands of B. P. Troy, a municipal the klnd ef athletlcs'you like best devote altherestofyour! :
1' *! a special train which. curried ham hug! the power to till the vacancies advocate.Mr '
laborers will be, discharged by the I thing.
railroads which have abandoned new truth .Monroe, La., to Tallulah a body)! by appointment and 'an electionfor Calhoun'a reply ;was a' blow best to run, remember always to run, naturaliy.;, Don't try to "

work and new cxtenalona,1owing toin of men who took Hogers out of jail all city and county officials la the face that nearly knocked Tro petscn'i tyl&-mine for instance:. Run Just as ,.I lt conies

of and hung him ordered for next November.; The, do down; Further trouble was preventeby d

s ? difficulty' raising money cislon ot the court la unanimous. bystanders. l.'nd a certain amount of time every day In''some little light, r e

COTtON ACREAGE D DECREASED.. I of locent d dumbbells will do'as;well as'anythlng'else.- Fol-r

WORK OF CHINESE; RIOTERS. With.thehitmltbells. by pr edging: bounding.' Jump from "pn- .. r
JAPS ADMIRE GEN. WRIGHT.
Crop I. Twenty Days Late and Vitality I 'I.COTTON CHOPPERS:. STRIKE.. always on }b.,' ball of tW lt foot and In the same spot. You

Mob Destroys German Mission Station *f Plant Low. asAmericanAmbas: how to bound'If.. )"ou' ever hope to run fast 14;
: His Resignation : Negro Farm- Laborers 'In ,Texas.Do.. moderatela to-but 1
at"Ll nchow.', fteporuCfroni: )correspondents In 'all by running about 220'yards''only

, According to'dispatches: receive (aBerliu ''tbo cotton-producing ;states with'' e ., sadpr Deeply Deplored, ,maid. Straight |2, Per Day.The' ., bounding on.your toes and; keeping your form'perfect.: : .: "

from' Shanghai and'Hongkong! exception of F.lorldlL.D. Virslnla.. A special from: klo-Japan: ,say; : cotton,planters of Texaa'-' \' form. In ererythtntf 1 mean rpn in form train the ssme, w a y ;.'.;:.

'China native rioters hare destroyed show_decrease In the total acreage<<: The resignation .,.of Consul General '' :, :the Banff time';' and keep your diet' regular... . .I 'J".
concerned with 'a strlhaamong eontest-ehonW''
Luke' Wright the American ambassador ,who ae training for the sprint or.any othfcr ,
i, Lnja-J German ml88lon '''atIlUob., at, "LienchowA as comiJar d with last'year, ,or stx-i: ; "'think of
ten'ths 'to-Japan., Is, widely known; and negro farm; laborer*;, who are'' quitting ..nd',.fandY,. for they are hard to digest., ,N.ver 0#'
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",car PakhoU The, mlaclpnaries'escaped ot ,i' 'per'cent.. ,, 'crop* Is the AJ.ltjg'its: 'slue, of Friday: referred work Ifl', the Various territories any form whU.,Jbu are.tralning.-and'eod: your,t atatn' every; .

"' ,"'The .German! 'gunboat .-IKIs 'twenty days later tHan, last year, andthe .to* public, -feeling In the nat demanding 9?per day for chopping: !> cotton. It.you can- get ttshoWer'baEhnso'''mue tbehs; tv.:_: Pdt-IIq I;

has kft-- 'Hongkong for the. seen' of. general 'vitality* and condition of ter, expreislas deep. regret ,at hl "short .. The customsqr wages -IQ the s 'It';{>e ln*s:tnb, "tinder' fbo'wcr or onlywltfc.,.sjB be_hire,

,)the 'troubla d I IfI" I l tfci plant t 49. 1,ow"4 1 tenure In' office.,' *.. has been |lis.v .. $ bath. i i-SlV., .. ",,, """""" ;j; fe #' '

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luealMlsEE:.O8CBOLA COUNTT. FLA.W.M. : Sea oDTicketl, -.4045; tlold'Dal1,.
I I .- .. - '..- _- .. .. '-- --_.. -- '-_.-- .- Sixty.Day Tickets. 33,0 Sold Daily. :
. . 27 35 Sold Daily '
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SUBSCRIPTION. .. .. .....RATES.... ........ Shoes .' Ceast Line "Norfolk Flyers." 'I. 1I
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Kls.immee .12 20 W 1 OT m Lv. Norfolk . . 6 1 0 p m 8 ?5 a mAr
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Friday; May U, 1007, i L,,: Jacksonville 9 30 am. 7 35 a m Lv. Jacksonville 23P m 5fltS! +
Norfolk . 7 1 30 a m 8 2ji p' ni Ar., Klssjmmee. 8 15; p in :

Line! Double Daily Service. '
THE JAMESTOWN D the Best Quickest :

: 'H. C. 'STANFORD. Only. Line. ,. Operating. / Pullman. Tourist Sleeping Gars. .and Pullman '.. '

Mr. Wilbur' McCoy Gives ' ." Standard Buffet Sleelng Cars .
Valuable iiarormatioa.I I to get the best no -I' '
Trains No. 82 and No. 85 'PullmenStandard Sleeping Carl between
Mr. W. I*. Van buzor has 1 you buy, and es... -- .- q" -- .- .. --- -. ------ -- -- .. Port Tampa and Norfolk, and carry Trains No. 80 and No. 8\1\ carry Pullman :I
K ,the following let.ter from Wilbur : Tourist Steering Cars between Jacksonville and Norfolk. I'
...,\ Coy, Industrial agent of the A. C. I this :tlve when it "
L"oak Jly. who has charge of the VVVVV VVVVVVV VVVVVV V THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,
comnanv'a exhibit at .the-. .
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'valuable In which he gives f; , Write for Illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive motter. list of ,I. '
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information, both for OSCEOLAJ, j hotels, etc. 't
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hibitors and for those who will .Oats Etc. For observations or InfoHnat.lon, oddress.J. t
the Exposition: W.'OAIIH' T. P. A. Tampa, t'la. J. G. KiUKt.ANU, I). P. A., Tampa,.Fl a.W. .
MY- DEAR VAN: ( i i''J ..PISAJE1Ac SLr Z;. J. CRAW, P. T. M.;j T. C WHITK, O I'4. Wllrainffton,'N. C. I

Hotels hate fixed rates and !!' of work you! get I" .... .. ... .. .
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the Exposition.: With tho stoclr depends D NKINNN1aN1' 1N11nN1tiN1M 1M NV iAMNVYNC
;T of th..MonLcello. Lynn Haven, THE Don't forget us when in Z ._ (
fax and Lorraine, they are from n what you feed 62 ,', (' A. CARSOIII, Prealdcat. M. C. BRYAN,$ecr.tsry. ,
$2 day. single mostly < .j
per .person theirhealth depends .
and such make .3 per lay two LEADING need of Anything. THE: : : : !
room, with bath 9'l.HO and t3: 'two! I Ii
When you ; "?f ,', 'Z .
about 5M each less. The J
room { "in the Drug r '
Li hotels above will be about 91 |>er purchase try us, D9UO ,/ "
above prices I give. They are .. ..j "' | Waters & Carson Grocery Co. : !
swell !hotels.l Prices here! will bo STORE. : i Line. ',',
cheap as' fan get slnilar ac HOG I" I _.. t
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idatiODH for anywhere; you can: 'I __--=--._ .- _-" ____----- -___ ,./
room* and bath In nice private

day.for Many six Tho are to giving directors:nino dollars trantiehto are., ,per" .91',,' = 6; i\ Bottle .of! "fierblne" FREE 'to Every! Customer g; GROCE: i IESi ji f t

1 -. ': tnf tTnlS f tT n nn n tl eh tl tns nnnn n 1
the awardintr of prUcs-medaU
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pore ',to. individuals! Jn state.or ; ] I i '.j'/ COUNTY' AGENTS FOB! fi
'road exhibits: uud 1 wax iixjuested Drug Co. i -

make a [lint listed of such entries for belt an I _, w. ", .- IF I A_ Y I I CRATES
make. )ou honey i I Celebrated Fertilizers $ Ji 1
a a B a a.MMIaWB BMB awM
glass cane syrup, Japan cane I
'and sugar cane, so joutlll have II JnuWo"d H JUA1X E T C. $ 'f."

come up with the ugar cane at '' DO FOR YOU. ,. nd\"" and v MiII StationEnirlnoaanil.maj. ","eV.*ti .....-, .Friction K...*l.Working Cahlr Lixhtninn Mucliinr i ___ Clre.lar..d Price ,,_ .
proper time. If .t.hefive/ epe -- - r eta: fate. ('h in .<-', W '"+, and Ivi.rn. ..,.1 1 I',>"-. Ajax, Center Crankrnrlner -CIS'. Farnlnfacd o.. Application.H .T tC.?.. t'
ill t 'nth a .penal n'fereme u the Iq..fol ,
citrus fruit prlr.cs 1 will ask < > .J..I work 11 /11i \' i)
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them 'l4) combin.tl.of nirino .1 mill make
county through which we puss, to the and !thebi- J
largest aw mill. utflt/ .r>earth Sold
me enter th..m.Ve will "w'ake I on iitarHJ. __i Writ for Illuntratol -'
specialty of them, about ten I stock of our line I'ju: cauloirur and uri.rii
two Or three of grape say fruit, : Ganrkteline Immediate, caniixl tthipment.In nUn-k 54tato for i T T) ES,1 WOOL 4 j ji

naval variety or us seedling I i none but the ', ', I Aae.trforlho Cele- i
to come by November 1st. I soled llldv uano- .
Osceola come In? How are the : | purest of drugs ; I Hen llatam'Ka ,,. lung_ i : .
J'hon : 74
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attendance light ao fa.r.Ve I I J
very'niceethibit. My fruit Is k' : are filled: ; "
inif up well)); have 22 grapefruit, I I in Pharmacy MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY. .,'
apple.oranges and tangerines : years'actual ex- .1,
Yours' I JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. 22 OCEAN:: ST. Specialty..s ,I. t

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A Worthy PcliUon. / S
r-"pr .Ir'O"'P i Y 9 t?'O'ai 'R"tF'P'F'al 'U'_' w' 9A 'U' 1 : 1 4I
Superintendent W. J. Sears sufficient Help to .1f 1
'circulating a petition yesterday packages within NORTH K1SSS1MMEE. PHONE NO. 8. "
'ing Governor Broward to t cG ..
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the DIAMOND
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Mrs. J. H.: Gilbert, Sr., to fill the pur- ; BRAND"
explred: I Mrm of'heriat,) husband is not idle \
County Treasurer.X: / t we want your C. W. Griffin I mAre ., =
The petition was numerously .' we know "we* 'c. OXFORDS ; .
by the businesi men of the town, ,. .
it is earnestly hoped that the 4 i =

.will see his way" clear' to" ;.make Fancy Family Groceries < ,j I iI S
.appointment. .
It be'a < made over special Oxford Lsstis. L '"
would worifiy'trlyte to- I ,
widow of a worthy officer.. .. .Drug Co. t Fresh Meats. 3 tad clasp the foot perfectly at. all '
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The hard surface road between 4 points
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"a't Dell er1 .Every Day at Hour. anuj up arch .
Land and Dayton will- when Fla. lit any Patronage Solicited...
pleted to a moat popular _* Sdttale lk>81liarelkafrj t.etteutliaRa. ..tecaRaade. eeEtaBoBergtte.e'a. < and at the heel, without unsightly
fare and of the .
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public highway of the Htate. : It ._ .. . ". .\ ',: ..j... ,..>'"'W.A j bulging at tlwJ ,aides
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be pecially known by. tourists. 'who the country spend AGENTS" ;FOR'; :>",',; :' .:;;:.:..,.. :.' : i.' . " '\ 'fl "? '1" 1\b.\::; ; U; t4'4 ; ? : ? uaususl ox fardl' qusJity tn.ka ;. 'r

t winters In the country In Florida who, though owns a every team Harvester'Coi; :' ....V.:...' ;. ." ... -- 1"'d a..?7 ,.1'1\'n\ 'tt'4+y4? ;, ,;!, ,; 1ILmontl 'Brn floVVS cuti worth 1 1II
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use it. and be delighted to do BO. 'R. L. HARRIS! M. D. > J. 8, MC' EWAN. '. or.tpffMOtHtR .
A venture to say, with this road JI
pleted, there will be an auto line Engines. HARRIS' SANITORIUM. I \ J
tablished between Kissimmee ,
Davtooa,' giving .dally service. the Market We ORLANDO FLAA ) OCAlfff IP WllM MA5N7 THU4 '
road from here to Klsalmmee Is '' -:"
3i ready in good condition, for close (prices on En Private Institution built and equipped with all modern r a ) 11;

'tablished biles, and a between regular_' Hoe KUslmmee is now in running/ order the conveniences sick. for Surgical". work and the. care and treatment of h-> .,....,t a

:t 8anford.-Volusla County Record. R ales ,$20 to $SO per week, which' includes medical .at [WCMAKCMOffC The SMOrS THAN F tN"" 1I I Iof

Mlsu Bobby Joe Allen, of tendance. MIY BOTHER MOUSE 1 :..:. .
Garden;, ,!Is visiting Mrs.. John. Our for TUB
t n.ee.. ....s:,. -. .-- Dnzor & Co, charges/ surgical operations are moderate. JN Wtsr .1',, '.1
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ucoeed the first Lime use Herbine -- --.----- ---- - (
you will get,,Instant relief. The '.
eat liver . fama '
regulator. A positive National \
for constipation, dyspepsia L. WINK Cigars. . '
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chills, and all liver complaints. __. DIRECT FROM OUR DIS11LLERY- .
0of, Emory. Texas writes: AND MUROBOT.. t (
.wife has been using Herbine for .Largest'Selling '.
self and children for five years. Brand of 50

malaria is a sure fever cure which for constipation. ... at..rr.ta Clear Havana 4 I
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by what it has done for' my ...u... : ; : .l I''
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.b CITY 'BARBER SHOP SIMPSON. Ask the Man That. Smokes (I\!f"t\!. (e J

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; Now Open for Business Osceola Pharmacy. f.b 2mo(5l t: 'E;

in Patrick's Old : \f t ?:& to P0'.1 5:30'O 12 p. m.m. t eY

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NEW'RAZORS - 4 I 985 EXPRESS 4r fb

NEW EVERYTHING S. M..D. y QTS..p PREPAID. .
l. atid Surfteon.: Sllt1D /: ?f'': '\.'

Duzor Duildinp. Send us $2.85 and we wilt ship yon in a plain . V..
i '..Satisfaction ''Guaranteed. case with no mark to show contents, tour.telt ,... 1.
.;. I.. Roaldvac. S3 quarts 0' WILLOW DALE RYE. ezpreas: : prcp.1d\ .. :#' ;.t'e.,1
I. .. . Try it and U yon don't find it all
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f; you ever send It bock to ns at our es- ,
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, CountyAbstract t tI W. WEEDON. -01liid- Remember we are distillers, so when you ." ,, 0
< f rein us yon save the enormous profits of the dealt btu '
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." LI.T era and avoid! all chance of adulteration. Yon are : c'

.OIiIp AND THROAT. Mean: $ $ made to'all who sure of getting:onr"whiskey just as it cornea from ,, '., iA.. 1 1I'
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I 1 ( oat distillery, without being tampered with in any I'... I,

If, { 'f'; 1I :' ', American. Fla. National buy or v wear:,' them. In' way. yon prefer corn tIt whiskey we will send yoJWHISKEY '. I,
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;'h MANAGER: :ease
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'I- -:- lo mark perfection. a corn whiskey from anybody else at r'r \.
J t : AS. G; onn.NTlaT. t > eoa.D any price. '
., Real'e.tae'Titles 2SV ni IABIIJ MBRCtlANTa ON&Manufocturare.' ill'' Our guarantee of aatlsCaction la' ';.
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e, paid for non-resideDtIi .... ., 'Ma' Q. KISER co., .. will run refunded no risk ROCS when with yon.deal every shipment with we make.'.Yoi t
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Instruments'relating. to real' ; Duzor Buiidinff.. ,ATLANTA. CAe of our p n1.howe rellOUr 0'. mIll owners doJ1ara. .
&'. .carefully: drawn i,/ ,; : No' 76. .,'' 'u'rGifEKOLSp 'and will do xactl1' as we _,. ;4

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. StetRon. shoes at. DANN'TS. 1 County Commissioners meet nt;> ] GOOD MAN GON[. 0 Notice ' .
lhc' Klsslmmee Val1c\rGazcttc'\ i Tuesday xt.1 ._-.-- -,_,,ooooooooooooooqj. ,

. .. Wade the Tuner. Orlando. I
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W.--, TELEPHONE-- NO. 11. -- 1 Town Council' 'will meet next Tueg- I this lion.week C.In A.Lake Carson City spent, on a a few business days; f County Sr. er.J. R, Clllbert. ,\ j. W. L. Van DulOr & COe of April A. D.hereby 1W7 given Jerry' that M. Potter on,the died 1Mb near 4a y

Pa8-a-Away Yesterday
day mission --
." .( Xlialnmee Oily,FloridaThe said Jerry M.
PUBLISHED' EVERY FRIDAY Meeting of School Board next. In this Issue will be found thy1 delinquent Morning* -- Palter was 42 ream of age;belcht meet; welcht

.k -BY- Tuesday. tax lists of both the. county Yesterday morning about half past 'B'.R6. K ERS, 190,' pounds: color of hair light heavy mustache.
and town. The aoprabed value of the penonal property4
:' W..B. NAtiRle.S Qut n Quality Shoes. all styles, at I i .seven o'clock, 'County Treasurer J. .- of the firm of Carroll and Potter Is 1921.08 sod 'u
:::=: ''==-- -'.'" - :- 11. C. Stanford Co.' I M IRS Lizzie Carson returned home R, Gilbert, !Sr.,died at his homo in there are several hundred acres of turpentine)

OFFICIAL' WEATHER REPORT. Miss Geneva Simpson, who has i send! University Wednesday North Kisslmmee[ ..fLer'a lingering illness REAL ESTATEAND ; ,, lands moat of which have been worked several,

Stetson University, to the summer vacation. with cancer of the no.e.Since ,eara. In the personal property and lands a*''
ending, Thur been attending INSURANCE
Ava.ae 4enplratnn for wek and Is the Regular communication of Orange the flrstappeara nee of the cancer above there,Is only the Interest ,of Lb. said e
arrIved In ,
t day, MS* a>. iwn. _____ town SiUurday
-- - guest of Mrs. II.. C. Stanford! Blossom Lodge( F. & A. M, next nearly two years ago. the deceased Potter la the flrm of Carroll and Potter; Her .
{rain- Monday evening Work in Master's and ,hI. family and friends had sought OOOOoGoOOGoOoOOOOOoOG alaoowned one small orange'rov'ta\ his o"w.. f
Mas. Yin: rasa furnished\ 15 --- - -. -. right '
Flve-room cottage: ; degree every' means known to medical sciencefor p
- acres; good neighborhood; lone time; Its eradication, but all to no purpose Notice of Garnishment ; allI.&said estate there Is aav Jadebtedneee ;
any payments.. Mr' I siter. a prominent young: With Blow, but unceasing-pro of several thousand dollars No,lawful heir 1+
FridQ. 99 inV2 ... JR. naval stores operator has been spending are kkiown to the administrator.: .
,. ....,. tfiSuDdq J. M.VILLSO. gress the vital Bfc:>>re> knawed away until S1Acae/FIoe1D.. ) i'
SatuniaJ' .., 1/1I a few days here visiting his human endurance ,could .stand it (,)01111'111' 0"OIlCItOLA) lit 'DlTl .'. CovaI'FIRaT K. U Jj. OVEB8TRKKT.' i
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Mandy 111I tI\ I Mini Mary Louise and Ma.ter"'WUl uncle Mr O. C. McLean.Mr. no longer, and the brittle thread of Di.TaicT, 1 Administrator of the EAate ol'Jerry M. Potter.
..... ... . .. Malclnson who hare been attending U. nrj Gtuldlnr, deceased \ a
uM 1 1Tharsd.r L. Burnnani who life f4t
and Mrs. K. ; way. /
gave
Wed ., .... school near Atlanta Gs.. returned Plaintiff, .
. lIS 411 home last week to spend the summer have been spending: a lew weeks at Than Treasurer Gilbert'there was I John Bass vs., >IDefendant. Clvlt. Action. '1 I, J I "
their grove at Narcoossee returned to no more beloved manlnOsoeolaaouoty.Inhla Notice.Notice
vacation: II IL i .,, ) .
.. their home In Orlando Wednesday.Mr. meek, unassuming way be made, To John Bas defendant and all othhra'whom
Fine line of watches at the KUsitn-I John W. Slater andaMrs. A. friends of all with whom he came In It'may concern: ; Is hereby given' to all persons holding w
NNti MKNMNbN Drug Co. contact ever keeping mind the golden claims ... .agaln.tthe Estate Of
moo Slater Heed left Wednesday for their You are hereby notified that a writ ol *arnlthmeut or Jerry
L.' 11. Ingram of the Sunny South summer place on the coast of Maine, rule "do unto others as you has been ttsued in tbe above eauae, M. Potter, deceased, to pre.eaC'he eame duly t
G Stables, Ihlpped his fine bay trotting 'where Mr. need will Join them'in July would that they should do unto you' ," and that your property In }be band of the Atlantic authenlli-alwl.to the mnderslgtied;within!! two* '
horse to Arcadia on Wednesday, and following It .. nearly to the letter Coast Line Railroad a Corporation ha* years,as prescribed by law,otherwise samer
lavingsold him to his brother-in-law Mr J..F Watkins was called. which to as mortal man 14 permitted to do. been garnisheed; and that unless von appear Will b.barred; and all persons Indebted t*>old: bkn
Dr. Simmons Trfmptt last night< by a telegram Healed as he had lived In the fear before laid Court on .r before First''day of estate are hereby required to make Immediate-.
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" $ stated that. his son, who was Bagman of Cod and at peace with all men, and I July, A. D. 11107. judgment by default will settlement. with the underslfned.
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' f -. """'- All colors narrow velvet. Ribbon at on one of the A. C. I* trains, .bad : the sweet memory of his blameless life I entered ..aln.tJOU".. May 26th,107, .' .......

13" 'bile Star Laundry: -City Oakery.iwellings : U. C. Stanford Co. been his run over off.by the train. which cut will be a golden inheiltance. to his I Dated. May 29, A. J>. 1907HB1TRY. E. L, OVERAtRE1Admlilitrstorot !{ :. .
both legs '
+ for rent apply: to M. Miss Gertie Bass and her friend posterity.The : GADLDUJf, Estate. Jerry MrFoairi'. .
, Mi..Oallowaycamedown from Or See Embroideries and Insertions a deceased came to Florida from AtMrt-: PlalntlfT.. deceased. {
Her. lando Tuesday to spend a few days II. C.,.Stanford Co. Leeaburg, Ga., in the fall of 1887 and L. A.. M1.X. W.J, SUBS. AttT for Administrator, ,

t: .'New Idea Patterns, 10 ,cents, at H. visiting friend. here and attending;' Ethel niece Of Capt.J. settled In KUsimcnee, where he has Jostles of the Pea*.Pint DUtrlet.If . > 4t .
Miss Wicker "
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'.i C. Stanford Co. Commencement exercises. resided continuously ever' since. In s li
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W. Collier and one of the teachersIn the early ;years of his residence here you have any laundry to send, Try: the new barber"'shop/' 'Bvery-r::.
tp!i Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Butler visited. Remember. Dorothy Dodd shoes for lobe Su- Petersburg publlo school be held the position of town clerk for away and want it done up,, In good. thing new and up to-dater Sharp ra*
Orlando Tuesdav. 1 ladles, at DANN'S stopped over here a few days: this two or three years, and was later s hapephone the City Uakery.; Lore clean towel., nrsb-olass service. .
.' of Defend, week and visited tbe family of her elected to the office of County Treasurer : ">-
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., Attorney: J. H. Brumsey, Mr. Sam Alexander a popularkntghFof : -
uncle her to her home at Fay* .
on T"
way f .
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which responsible he
position __. asIaffs.lloaffJouRNALFArrti1N
was in town Tuesday.: the grip was In''town Tuesday .
_ ( ettville' N. C.! to spend the summer ,
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ChsrtwlthescbLadles'Home calling on his customers, and was now! filling for Ills seventh consecutive -
Qutde- DANN'8.About Visiting relatives... Mr. Alexander-is vacation. term of two ;years each. $
r Journal pattern.At a nephew of Mn. J. R.-Gllbert, Sr.. Phone your wants we do the, run He was within a few" months of 17
...eDL.O.. goats. for sale. ning. years of age, and was .a half brother
. Smoke Key West Havana, t.he.JJe.t of Hon. R(0bt. W. Davis of
;:..., FRANK. VANS AONFW KISSIMMEE DRUQ COMPANY.Mr. Tampa rDon't
160( cigar on the market.. whom l he reared in his home, Col. Dayis's -
For Rent-f-Tbree room cottage. and Mrs. .I. E. Pound of Perry parents having died when he '
, artesian water. O. F. PARKEH. It Capt. Dill Knlght. -of the dredge Fla.. arrived last night on a visit to was quite young Buy Old. Time Patterns..
Kisslmmee was.lo town Wednesday, :.'"
their, daughter Mrs. A. D. Gilbert. .
: few'days lie was a consistent member of the
,Mr. I* H Ingram spent a : and reports that he now has every.thing editor of the '
Mr' Pound was formerly i ,
and Arcadia, i Baptist church and was also a member :, /fr-; .
'. last week visiting Tampa straightened out atthe dredge Valley Gazette. but Is now editor and

, .F'See' those Matchless ford Co and has settled down to hard work publlllber of. the Taylor County A. M.of Orange Blossom Lodge F & Get the Ladies' Home: Journal lt! ( .,

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Miss lssie Ormsby, of LakelandIs at the Klsslmmee Drug Co. M.best...weeklies Pound's In'Florida.old friends Mr. here and six: sons, Mrs C. L. Bandy and patterns. Exclusive? styles; many
visiting her friend Miss Wllla Next Sunday will be Children's Dayat Messrs. E. A. Gilbert, J. R. Gilbert.,
are delighted to see them again. Jr..A. S. Gilbert A. D. ,Gilbert. G.
s :Olberb < the Methodist church. In place of Will fitting thoroughly 'up4o-date.: You: .
for the the regular morning preaching servicean Patronize bone Industry by getting: A. Gilbert and Gilbert ,
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The City.Bakery Is agent will be bottled soda from the home fan The funeral services were conduct rr
Interesting program ren- :your ''our '
the
,White ldt.arL..undl'r-t.be, : best in dered bv the children. All. are cordially , Call up 120 and :your. orders ed at the residence at 10 o'cloct.bla\ can "get these, at ) pattern counter.. ,
_" State. . invited. t.orr.be properly filled. morning by Rev. C.'M. Urlttaln and '
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Eugene: Bryan has returned home lltf. J. A. LANCASTER. were attended by: a large concourse of Price : io and 15 cents.; .
from the State University to spend For n.eDt.-Slx room house in good 1 sorrowing. 'rlend..'after which the remains ,IJ'
at this office.Mrs. . At the Baptist church next Sunday '
location. Apply \ were taken In charge by: theMasons
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vacation. "
E. 1 F.! Hall formerly ol Kisslromee morning there will bo a special anniversary and interred at Roseblll Cemeterv C. "VV. "DAN'N: '
New barber shop at Patrick's old but who now resides at service, when report.IJrrolD the with the beautiful, solemn rites ;
stand. Service: a tonsonlal artist various departments of tbe church of this time honored institution.On .
conversant with all the latest fads. inbarbering Ovledo. passed through town Tuesday will be made showing what has beenaocomplisheA Phone 14. KLISSIMMEE, FLA.,
enroute home from Tampa ;
all '
t.f by the church along >-- : ,+
where she bad been called by the lines during: the 'pastoral tear which Sunday night last someone wentto ;
Miss Mabel Parker and ber little death of her mother. has Just come to a close. Every member Mr. C. F Lindsey's: place In west "
Elisabeth visited friends InOrlando Klsslmmee and borrowed without asking
sister Have house papered. .Geo. is urged t.be present and the .
:your
Saturday. satisfaction., is cordially invited to this : MrvLIndsey's: consent, his horse
Gilbert. will give you public
At, close of the and buggy Sheriff Walker was John B. Stetson University
Mr. Clarence Griffin, of, New service. the reportsthe
Smyrna J. in town visiting his brothers Mr. J. M. Gardner, who left Mon pastor will preach on 'The ChristIan .. notified the next: morning that the
C. Griffin day for the Confederate Reunion Qrolng Old." Intho evening the horse and buggy were missing and in
and J.
I C. W,
Richmond reports that be arrived company: with Mr. L. E Lindsey, be '
will be "Home at Last
fI i subject ; or FIVE TECHNICAL
.Misses Habls and Gls6ys Dlllard there safely and Is haying an enjoyable Heaven." walled it almost to Orlando. They: .FOUH COLLEGES. AND SCHOOLS"

'ot Winter Garden, are visiting the time though the weather Is most ; Found where.the party who bad the ,DBLAND, FLORIDA. *
,family of Mr. G. B. Wood all. toa cool for comfort. Six room cottage for rent or sale turnout. had stopped at a house aDd r
Apply to A.. Bearden., .Z2-tf. stole a sack of feed and also where "
Mr. R. D. Fuller came UD from Ladies' Home Journal patterns do he drove into the edge of a lake to \ Affiliated With University of Chicago.. .
his place near 'Winter Haven on a not waste material. At DANN'8.M. Sheriff J., M. Walker returned water the but after this the .. "
folkllalt. week. horse Coli... of Liberal Arta.-Tbe standard are those of the TTnlverslty of Chicago-: Stetson
home ?
i visit to the .... F. W. IIill and two sons, Fredand from D..rt.ow on Wedneeday where he trail was lost and they returned borne '. .'.....ua.an their.degrees from both tttetaon and Vutoago. toe the Chicago' and
.v v '\We regret to note t.h'a'Rn. W.' A. Victor, went. up to Orlando Saturday went to bring back B. N, White against the sheriff in the meantime wiring: anJ Stetson .a\aIOC. this: . .... '
whom the grand jury found a true CoII. .0'CJra4a.t4I.o': College Ian admitted to practice, l.w,11 r !'> :Florida yJTSout
home t all where the
.r.:- Myers: has been confined to nls to attend. commencement exercises phoning :) places party examination. *,
Illness for the past several days. of Fell-Clark Hall at which bill at the recent term ot-eour' here would be likely\ to pass to be on the Coll**of Technology aad School. of M.cbs.ic'Atte.-M.ebaalesl'Ci.n: KleetrtealKnglneeriug
Mb school Madeline. Hill la a student. for selling liquor. White is reputedto lookout for him. Nothing more was !: and Manual Training _.... loading w.4e._. Vine new, bul14lDc., eostlyCollege f.

;," .Florshelm's Patent style Oxfords, comfort.are They: returned Tuesday bringing operate a sort of traTelllng blind beard until Tuesday morning: early. equipment of a..'.....-BenklDK In all Its branches.- Bookkeeplng'bV;beiit' nethodsi- ,
tbe correct thing as to with them tiger: using one-horse wagon as his when the horse and buggy fount .
Madeline home to spend. : were Shorthand and T miwriting. JEleotlve courses open la other Departments, Large. Faevltr and
Found at H. C. Stanford Co. and Si Lucie .
eto. \ vacation.A conveyance operating in the rear of 'be Blgh School building ootnntodlnns bulldliur. '
only Osneola and other. countiesin \ I iProfMiratory Acadoatvy-Oradnates prepared tq enter Harvard'S'ale'' "Prtcetni, '
Polk dry hung upagainetapost.t) having ;. Cornell
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nmt-elaw eoll '
all ,
beautiful line of White ShiroWaists Mlchlg n ;blcpno-iKl n ,
Florida. Sheriff Walker has "
Tbere appeara, to be no change in the condition of Madame at II. C. Stanford Co. been on his trail ever since court. ad- time Monday night and turned loose Grammar ,Ucbuul in ..ssparat balldlns. 'fb.... schools.. tspeclallv' prepare _Foblto &*>ool""
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. Del Antonio who has been so seriously Cap ,and Mrs. IS. G. -Canova and iourned, but only succeeded In locating I on the street, the horse wandered ttaobers
dozen
Mvalo SclioolA 110,000 pipe organ a pianos, separat ttoUdlnx. large faenltr.ttorougb .
"' lit for toe past ten deya.d .. child will leave tomorrow for him a few days ago in Polk county I around. grazing until the wheel of the _... ol Body - "- "_J j ,p..,
Green Cove Springs where Mrs. when he requested the sheriff of that bugyg' caught\ on the post. Nothing Art SclMOl.: -Now studio, costly ..*....Dao4.I.._ a p
'Na.Ler'Oeorat. Morrison ha. sent Canova and the little SOD wllllspend: amonth county to arrest and hold<< him untilhe about the turnout was broken and in Stetson has a faculty of tII professors sod InstHictorC; 'They hold; degrees'from the Univ.-,
Invitations to a number of his friends could arrive. White Is now In the bUll was found portion of the ellyof Ohio.go, llarrcrd.Tale. Dartmonih CoUmbla/1'0.0. W.kerore.t, Louisville Bow "
with relatives.; Capt. Canotabaa Dntve 0' Michigan. ... .
In ao a Utreo t Bookneli" slip De..oUlOo"cI othet UnlT '.., Tber.sr.:
be'giventomorrow bert ,
to a party to a month's leave of absence from 'jail ? sack\ 01. feed a new'probe ,and I overtast000.W1n buildings and cqoipmest, aqaartorof a minion dollar endownont;,
b. honor' of his ninth birthday;; his railroad duties, and will goon to horse brusn. l Tbe horse 'wasomewhat : an endowed library of over.U.OOO TOlumet) a bmuUful .h.") with oo.tly foralshlnis. taoludlnMalne ; I
+ and'3J Slngle- take. \ In the ,Christian Churdi Notice. the worse for wear' and' <1 glasa. wllldow.. ,on ptinting*,* S1O.OUU. plpo organ a Ojrmnaalna with _1'1.41
Messrs. Geo. T. K< Jamestown to Exposition.Deputy apparatus; an enelmed Athletle PJ..ldj running '....11.: tenets eoarta, Baseball dlanoad and h
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;tar, left Tuesday for Dearer ,Colrado SberiR'Dan Drown'wen, I summer minister was badlyjaded from jiard! drlvldgSupt. : gridiron, b..lde..wtmming, Rolf air rna other .porSIl..w building for men and
During months the
I wummr ten 1..I.OOr.'rl..lor Chemistry fhrilci. HmterioloffT, Mln.rologr and BlototiTi + }
to. spend som', time for lobe down to Loughman Wednesday 'and will divide time with the ohsrohat: K.- S. Beeand] of the.Kissimmea'Te'epbonn ....-, vat large mo*..nms and shops j eUctrle IliliU eimnrle bells steam hmt.cement ..'k., aboU: 'S'
benefit of the health of the .former; brought up an Insane negro woman, Oooee Sunday June 2nd, there will Co.;, Is taking out al rode avenn..spacrioas, eanpaifshrabbory. sad, trees) social HMrary, mniktal. and enhofatadonU'elnbaistarienwraBQarscsi'Chrlitlan .''
'Having"'purchased: the, Klsslmmee.Bottling ; and placed her in 'Jail. She will be be' : preaching services at 'nlarhttonly. the old phones and ,replacing them biaaUUil and healthful; and the expenses are k Tt and not e.ot.tl.y Uaoblug.,' ,'h.Iooatlo.' AI e 1' ,

.. j Works I' am prepared' toP examined by a commission: ,appointedby .' Minister,, will be at St. with long distance, instrument, which For catalogs,views, folders and Information,s dress fit President;, I'
promptly' ,'supply bottled soft ,drinks; the County Judge and if found insane Cloud (morning. :There will be a adds verb much to efficiency: of the ; .

1 Phone 120 and'your orders. will 're-, will be sent to ,the asylum 'at business meeting of tbe member. QUQ- local service and will' prove1 a great LINCOLN HULLEY: A., $. ,Ph, :D. :
1 ,elve prompt attention. Cbat abooobee. The woman. is said day 16th -lost.', ,All members urged to. convenience for those. desiring to.converse .,. . t ; ,tJ;
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.; 1 Thirty Things Remember I A NATURAL M Mattle, ,
said Miss
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WOMEN, SUFFER iiy JOHN TUAINon.I. I Inc anything I see on the stage except the 'i'

Many; women suffer slltnc\ and. Ucmember that work Is only a. the gownS I saw an actress
had rather'! a prettyown.
drift along from bad to worse,know tieanrf character la the end.. other night who

.. r luff well that they ought".to. hare* 2. That sincerity is the foundation IJinc For Kgg 'Kuter; Convenient I'oanlaln. but the yoko tspolled\ "'! If-

.J1'L. immediate assistance. of all honest, woik. Once In a while wo see among 'the'walta "Jove! you don't say! exclaims f,.
of CornellUniversity.
J. E. UlciT
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.. How many woman do ;you know :3. That sorrow Wthe -prlco- most Professor / 4the ot Invention and contrivances .Knl 'ht Btanz, the: tr .iedlan. Wha| j jtbrewlt

1M' i :\ who' are perfectly; well and strong Inch 1 pay: for lasting attainments. Itha< N. Y III prexenled by our -(ama and fruit and ?" '
at the poultryinstitute .
addss
i ThecauHe course of an .
: fee
may easily traced to work. sec '
4. That >ou label jour own poultry papers one that needs no "Threw what ;
: GueljMi Call., said one
.feminine at '
notne : derangement which 5. That no ono can hold,you down It Is an ideal fixture Philadelphia Press.
that
!! ond look to tell "The yollt. jj
:: manifests iudf in depression of ot the .results of withholding lime ,
\liY; .mVceed.C Aglanco
: :: : ,spirits, reluctance to anywhere It-you lire determined to. from pullets was that they ate all for the. Intended purpose.> ).--- ,"
or do That every man I Is destined to shows that i It will do its work --
anythingbackache, lime 'was
drafting their When sup-
da somfthlna'ort'hlle! :- eggs. do It better thajn any other ar-' SULPHUR DRINGS HEALTH. '
enttatioos flatulency, nervousness, piled they quit: the habit. This may apt
0 and 7_ That seven roads load to Rome. .. '
:: : sleeplessness./ account for not a little of-tho eggeating lungenient can. -
These sympto ma are butwarnlngs S. That most )><2onlo. judge you by tartnan And, now I come .with, my little the
about so mauy and 'lears Up
which PUI.lftca tbo Jibed .
Uiat there 1 is and Impreislon.P.
danger ahead un- fliat .. (cpu.'rlb'ittlcn. It Jill, a poultry water
Icui heeded a lifo of suffering or a That few men succeed until (hey are now complaining... .-*"? T TKgOCntliig fountain. and my excuse for describing < . CouiploilonvKverjbody '

MISS; JUUE, FLORENCE WALSH serious rcRult.!' operaUon The best la rowedy.tbe Inevitable. for all try ,' ... .. ." 'I It to your leaders Is that: It, too need to take" Sulphur at

these mptoras l13. 10. That litiiJ work Is no small : ItlrtU Cured. /SIlls tbo bill better ban ,anything this wahon. Nothing like it to purify t beblo.t

.Ial.t 'Of., 'Clllt..., 1u. There aie several ways of handling else! of
Lydia Pinl
made from native roots and herbs. No other medicine In the country has than those that cut. have all right, aa soon as they get have u convenient au PIlly' of' clean it is In liquid form; Hancock's l.i
'. received uch widespread and uuquallfted endorsement. No other wedlI .', 12. That thoonly way to keep out, where the)' have more room and) : water for the .In)', Sulphur. taken internally in the bout Springtonic. !

cine has such a record of cures of female ills. >'onr credit nood. la by jiajlng Jour fl'cslaJ'. tud tho shells glow harder, Ort jout-tlnner to make a straight; Applied Mrtoi'nnlly Hancock's Liquid

1 Nla .1..V. Wa\"1I.of 828 W. /30th St, New Yortc City,'wrltesz-"Lydia dcbtfi so that all works together to effect Bided gallo-n 'bucket, ot till or galvanized .. Hulphur qui'kI1.cur. KcEcmn: ; Teller, ant

K. Plnktuun Vegetable, Compounil has been of 'Inestimable yalue in 1 3. That it Is <<"aftl..r to do good a cure.' :Pending this, darkened nests,' 'iron, with a (over soldered on all Skill DI.e....,.. Hancock's, tbe prly

restoring\ my health I suffered from female lllnewa which caused noik thuji poor if >oji once learn raised> so that lIlt birds cannot stand airtight Cut oue side loose from liquid Sulphur Ointment, remove I'liii-;

dreadful medicine! 'headaches,. dlzziuebs, and dull pains in my back, but built your lioiH. and look Into them all the time, are }be bottom for n length ot four or ple.. ttl.t<.Lheadf and- Sore, and Kil... a
soon brong-lit about a change in luy general condition, .. That tho dlfltt-ult things
more (livO'! Inches and hammer the loosened .
me up and male me perfectly well." lirlpful. A cloth bottom Is some beautiful soft, velvety akin. Your JniKgi ta _

Lydia E. IMoLliam'n 'Vcjretable Compound cures Female Complaints,. me to .ac-compllali. tho. morenorth times placed l above the real bottom nlde back' toyvnrd! tho( (centre! ot the lla it. It cured KJward: 1) Herring! ; ot
while .
: such as Backache. Falling) and DiKplaoomcntii. Inflammation and uleera of Ito nest, having a slit"for one egg h()ttom. An it goes bark t thfe! edge Frederick, :>ld., of'a bad cans of IVn-nii; : "
tion,Lud diseases. It is invaluable for child-birth 15 That ft Hcnslblo employer Is Isen.. and when )011 have an Inch loun
organic In preparing to pass through. In and during tho Change of Life. I ten run :Nervous Prostration, Headache HOI'0 anxloiiM IO'I>u8h'01J, aheud than. egg has been smeared or mixed with inch And a half of the" bottom ex- an Infant's." ,.

General Debility, and Invigorates the whole system; to hold you down. bitter aloes us a lesson of let-alomv tutted the edge will be about three- All!! about.Sulphur lioolilet free, if ,..ouwr.ii
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Mrs. Pinkham's. Stending Invitation to Women 10, That you aione' link in a I which Is said/ to be offwMve. ,Wo eighths of an inch above It. Hancock Liquid &ulphur$ Cu., U'ulUtui : -

Women -.nfferlnff from any fOIl>i of female weakneiut are LuviUd to great .chain. have this difficulty,occasionally toward To make' the water seal a strip otgalvuulred >ro.

write: Mrs. 1'I kbam. at ,Lynn1 1au. Her nJrice is free. 17 That ambition develoin. self- j spiliig, but seldom do more, l Iron or tln.tilreerfollnthsJj .
shness tlnvnilK: body and mind.lIL..That .
than lo provide abundant exercise, r '.IRISH HOPEFULNESS.;: "
..._ rules are necessary to a I'' .. .
'--- good food nnd dark, next 1C the ,
\, NOT BAD, KITH Ell."You . hiLliness' as laws arc-for right gov sinners call bn spotted It la well to Sure, Things Are Never ,So ,Bad but 'j
rnment.
are beneath my contempt.sIr. coop them by themselves for a time, They Mljjht Be Worse
19. That jon can't learn anything]
," as such a lice ,spYends rapidly especially 'Tho Irishman' sees ever)'thinsllin.juli !

I "So are you beneath mine, and I'm iu a day. 'In nn idle flock. Nests may be rose colored glarings.' 1<:1) 5 .t
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1 ', 20. Thnt the fact:! that you nro
,i piling on more every intnute.'Ph1ade1pha being emplpjeil" 115'a promise of good effectively darkened by talking a bur- writer III the Guidon. He U a-"II.l

_ _ _ 1 _Ledger._.__ work. lap curtain at tile top edge to hang ported too by a simple sturdy faith '

:: II I I rrrsst.VJtuII''D alu.N>r.ooii DI* AMI
BASE BALL-SPALDIMG = 1 I manentlycnred by Or Kllon'a Urcwt :N"rTR your' work, but does not Hud the hens. can hush them aside easily. : 11 woilby of the !ill lilt II of old

atorer. W triiil. Imttlo nnd tr"Rtlt4e) (r0. I lime to tell. 011 bo . -C. Valentine, In the Tilbunerarmer. l'1i4) du'im blUlit hud fllll<'ll on the'
*: Official | l>r. U. B. KJine.: Ixl..V31 ArchSt. Phila., Pa. ) cJlalrlC't'IIf't'%
Everywhere, ---- .- 22. That time progrebtses and : tifjo \;F::; I= J: ::. \. t4 lk'Ida' Iu 'moat of th j : .

4 $1.25 Each. NOT MARKED DOW ml."t1IUds change, I 1:1 ....( -.i .....[ wit. *t ie vWltlng III I Ireland anl < .....

.;. For Thlity Yaws Stindtrd of the World.Bwrtblnc "I'd give a good deal for a fiDeourlnR' 23! Thai It is logitlmate tp taik I Iliiniiit iu Ilio Soil. '=- : -- :- =. 'potato wines hung lilll!' *nd brun

for lb...b...... Cnirarmi .ntlqulp.Bnt car." about jour goods as long :as you tell Profosso.- Whitney: of the Bureau : j, No w.'d of ,'ol1lpll llt was! spolion arid

for=..,,atblmui mnnrt. ale" : flEW cawluirUM. "You'd have to."-Cleveland' Plain the truth. ., of Soils\ bajs humus ads as a sponge (1) Before Strip is Soldered On. ( ) when tb< likelihood) of famine ".*.f
J'ro* to 7 44rMw, Krr*.. .
BOOKS YOU NEED: .IOC. Foitpald. Dealer. 24.. That there I la Only) one way" to I in the salt and absorbs tone polxons Klnlkhad.of mentioned tho nmi>Mr came."D.inser. .
per .
ga I,M|.. 4 KU HOW 10 riT MI. imp'1"(1 I lAke Onr- Inch wide and lie "
jo. an us long as !
*. JI... ... How 10 IML *". <.."*, How to kiln BM.*. firM lea, daily for A time, it |punt"." the advantage. ools., However this mny be, the deed but Cod is good He'll. UnJ a
,, do. ..IJ How 10 1'110'. IO .. 110w 10 1,:...... blood, crndualpi; ilipuninlutin bind tnsiiy 25.; That many a man might; seek farmer must add humus\ to his soils cut in the side. Is soldered round l way.:'
)i. How 10 1'., ?trgi Jla....
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.Ha ....How to 1'1., KaeoBcl lit... j JI...*a. How lo Play Third ...... tjailielil Tea in made of iiorU. it u ends The cone-shaped dent or de-
There fur
Ha.aa. How to Play ohorlMup. guuiante under the 1'ur- Food and you out: ', ate several ways in which humus mor !had \been ''''''1'11'1.Vp.I.. niul

M& m,How How 10 la Orga.I.Play: n,..UulllaliL. tMiraa, Ma.. ;' Law. Ciarheld Tea Co., liiooklvn, N.Drug\'. :26.! That only cowards .are afraid I In Increased In the soil To prt>*nion In the. side of( the bucket days tbfl now' mown hay had mid l usu
111. should extend tno-tfflrda of It
Hew Ball Club. Train-.fIa Utpuuu a Team to venture make the matter. clear to those who the grollll;
,.,. aod sad UBpIr foroow*a_( ._Hall Catalacw FltEE. OOUI.D IT BE POSSIBLE? 27 That <*%'<>ii angels are Impatient ; do not understand what lutinus IK it height "'\ will! bolt do." I said to Mlm1.

She- bon't feel well detr while. might be well to state that humus is There are many poultry fountalim Your hay
: Base Ball Goods for Boys Especially. you once inn "If this weather ,keeps up, ?
lie-My head feels heavy. Do you 38. That it Is foolish to bear the dark- olort'd mold left after organic made on tho Hume III ludl>le. but none will surcl bo ruined." "

A. Q. 8PALDINQ Mall Orcfor D.&"",t.BROS., suppoEe those biscuits :you made a. giudge Unkind feelings/ ale not matter or vegetable matter JlalldeclI'f'd that I .liive; Been-or heard of that socompletely I Oh. plerise God It won't keep! up',"-

o .u St.. Now V.rk.t could have gone to my head?-Yon leers marketable Then III (the light of this protects the water lion ho Husweifd Hu'll H(>nd ui n brUlitduy
Statesman. 29. That It to dress well farmers will IIndt'l'1Itand flit h. As there la no extension from
pays even explanation to see how wall Wt'JIuse
bgh\"S\ In business. that any organic matter tinned! under the original -circumference of the I soon" J-isl

MILLS If you watch for the item on Argo bucket nothing can drop In the water it.
t 30. Thai every workman thinks and allowed to decay will form "What a glorious night, 1II.Pr I
ned Salmon you win find some veryIntereatla& fioni above. The linking 1 ; IIIacH'
that If he were the boss he would act I humus Barnyard manure, stian.Ufa '. aliito the boy a. be and I and the ;,
things about Alaska and seems small, and It would hI Bmall
dllTel'entlyChlrago Tilbune. Ik etc.. the IIlowlngund.r of
s.
under the August
: LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES, the Salmon Industry, of which very green growing ciopa, Much as clo,'",'. for a row. but Is not for a thicken." donkey drove homo. : 'Iimuu.

little Is known in this "Ar- hate live and six .
country. I Often I grown
.AW. AND SUPPLIES.S1EAM AND Saird the Sit datIou. cowpeas, rye OJ' alloY other crop usedgenerbliy I seen ma'am. Thanks '
go" Is household word "A lIne night. Indued
GASOLINE 'ENGINES. a whereverthis hens drInking fioni it at once.'To
She raised her head from his shoulder for green manuring will "
,. Salmon has been Introduced be fill it. bold tile Olenlnglndl'r a
Try LOMBARD, Au8aTA.t ., for a moment. ,_. add humus to the soil. The tuck of the road -lo
-- - - They showed us, tin 'I
Genius la the ability to sell what "Do you believe that exercise and Organic matter Is usually noticed by faucet orI"" an old kettle with a whcret- '\ .
'WOOD IRON ,A2D ,STEEL I pout, or submerge It in a largerbnckjejLTo town, a gentleman's place
t you have--done for a good price. lotions and toilet preparations will the soils becoming out of condition. slurs had '
Stretch of what not long
1 the stoiuid a
They run together and rake after empty lay on ,
-- -- improve a woman's looks? -she
I evidently been thickly wooded bind,
heavy rains When such a condltlo opening down. I "
HICKS'CAPUDINE asked
For little chick set it the flooror stood stump after stump of giant
: ri JffYJERSk occurs the farmer should no on i'
lie pressed her blond curia back spare ,
: L.11_. upon his ("bI'R't.I pains. to add this highly essentialart.Weekly mound; for those of larger growth, treos Four or five\ years ago, whenthawinter j"' *
exceptionally long auMJU
IMMIDIATU.V CUKSa scratchIng was |
4' In a winter! pen or shed
1Viiiess.
"They touldn't: improve the looks ,
k AU. KuTM OP BXLTmO ABD BOLL SUPPLIES HJE1ADACHE3BrMliauB set It 011 a block eight or ten Inches coM. the peasants suffered from ncaro- ,V

;' 'babini fNoaj,Midiiu Hid Sail*Worts i iupil; Stor. COLDJto ot"some'.bose wonen?")she, asked.he said. Surgery For Trees. highland turn the opening away from Ity ot peat. They begged this landed '

a active operations. proprietor to sell them wood, offeringnot
the most scratching
r AUGUSTA GA.At2207) _ _ .. a n HOVKIcWI "Well j-otirs and Violet Cochrane's, The. successful treatment of trees

: '( )' _ _ _ _ _ ... I. ,.. ..... for Instance," be replied, thought by surgery Is tbe subject of a report Try It. It will save .you lots of work only to pay bla price off.but to'fell
tha trees.nnd hew He fafuse'd. -
'. and your chickens many a thirsty'hey,1taveyour'pans"orc'bpen : carry ,
,
lessly. made recently by a...botanist named '. ,, '"* '
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; bour wh..n 'ou'al' 1 ab8eon 1 orfwll u i ..':' ''' '' .,r H "IAglln' :
"I, don't understand you<" she said Eberhardtv to ",the- Academy!',.of SScU I '! ; and main : begged for ,.'
; foun* ,, / they \t .
raising her head for the second time In Paris M Iberl2'ardtllasiracticed
ences
,
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ummerVaca1ion talns1" fiRtchClfuH; \ :of' chart and dirt;, J thosufferlog grew Intense, ,. but be "I
IA and chilling him with a look "We it, lie says, with tnClre sue-* >'
It,is not patented., and anyHlnnei! can would not let his hand be marred Ono ..
not at all :' '
are alike.: CP.BHin Indo-Chlna. He has 6ften '
I v j make one for-a'little, mqre than the night there cauio a wind so frightful
"I he replied, turning her tea
mean. performed operations on plants
buckel.-E. ttalidiu for tlIno if the""big
cost of gallon that It seemed a as ,
head for the second time and think mulberry( trees, orange trees and '
New\ Y.ork"'rlbune Farmer wind" were blowing again. In )
ing quickly, "that your looks couldn'tbe other troplcul plants.Experiments "
the morning the highway along thlsiproprietor' ;
; tin'Your itchen improved because they are perfectas ;, In cold climates: have .
domain was Impassable
T ::1
they are, and that hers couldn't not met with much success so far. l''nrn Notes .
I HJK trees, blown to tho ground lay ,
be Improved\ because no amount of but It Is believed the system can be -
In a clover country a farmer who across the road'for a work could make her used with I
pretty.And advantage in the southern '
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owns n ceed huller can make from $.> miles, and the forest beauty was a
the firelight flickered know regions of Europe. The operations
: ingly she"sighed a great sigh ot" "aTe .amputations neither are they to $io wIth it, net, by hulling fur hi.neighbors. thing of tho pall The town authorities '

ordered the obstruction ,clearedaway
swelter this
roIdt .
contentment. and relief while be mere subcutaneous Injections, suchas '
the'tern1. drew a deep breatb.-Penn Pictorial. have been made successfully in A good tool to cu t turf. around and the peasants got for notht t

; Europe for the cure of some parasitic trees and along borders of walks can ing more than they< had been refused ',

1. at 110. Get disease of plants; they are surgical be made from an old hoe. Bend the for.. pay.

a New: Perfection Will Makers' Whims. in the strictly modern sense. shank out straight and sharpen from "Tftas the hand of Cod was II>> .'t

both ..d..s.II1caleu'latlng. that ma'am," I was told "for, will
'Wick Blue Flame Oil The late T. Bevan, one time M. P. The method Is adopted;1 when the
all the wind, not man's cot
a poor Waif
for Qravesend, who directed In his trees. are attacked by Insects which the sljle of the-silo
Stove and have a cool which will need the Cornell harmed nor another tree on- the countryside -
I will that his body should be crematedand penetrate ,the bark and deposit their you '

; kitchen. TheNEW the ash residue ground to powder eggs In the wood. The long-horned University bulletin says that It is udvltmble only! those" Cod always look ,
'after His'po
and again burned and dissipatedin beetle is .a serious plague In Indo- to estimate than an average
the air," is one of China. 1000-pound( cow will consume about
many men (and I ,'
/ PERFECTIONWick women) who have made equally remarkable The larvae hollow out galleries In forty pounds of silage per day. j UAD IimCO BI :'t DATJON. '

( arrangements for the disposal the tissue of the trunk and branches; If you do not know how handy lAdy (tin draper's shop)-And I* '

of their mortal remains. these interrupt the circulation of the they are, attach chains to )'oui. mun- I this color aUo lenulae?

Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove An angler who died recently directed sap, and, the tree speedily withers aud. gen, -the hitching pelt and wherever I AuUtanf-As genuine a* the roses '

that his ashes should be car- dies. you want to fasten a horse Have a on your cheeks. miss.LJwly II

,produce. a working flame instantly. Blue flame means highly ried In a bait. can and scattered froma Kbeihardt'a method consists' of good snap iu the end of the chain I -JI'm! Show me another one. ,

concentrated heat, no soot:, no dirt. Oil is always at a maintained boat over the surface of his favorite opening up the gal'ery! with a scalpel which can be quickly attached to the ,, TIt. lts. /
_ _ 1'flu.
level ensuring. ,a uniform flame. Made in three siies. Every stream; Mrs.Erule-Erle-Urax directed removing the larvae with a forceps or bit rein. ': '

itove' warranted. If not at your ,dealer' write to our that her body should be embalmed curetting Instrument and then flushing When ventilating poultry bouses or i TAUt! OP roonPres. .

nearest agency for descriptive circular.: and placed In a glass panelled coffin put the cavity with an antiseptic hog houses, let) the ventilator take' la I I of Hoard of Health."What 'I

( for the reception of which a circular fluid, consisting of foity parts of air about tweivo Inches from tho

I a A i is the best lamp for mausoleum with stained glass dome gylcerlne 110 of formaline -and 850( tom and carry it up to --within bot-I' shall I eat! Is the dally ,
: JyciLamp was to be built; while, at his I of water. Three or four washingsare
own
all-round )house Inches of the top before the Inquiry the' physician la met with. I
wish, the body of one of the Lords given at Intervals extending over.
is made.
VI. opening The ventilator
do not hesitate .
hold
,f use. Made Kowborough, after twelve months' about fflteen days, and at the end of to nay that in my

., -.uof bns throughout and beautifully'nickeled. Perfectly [ Interment, was exhumed and reburied that time cushions ot vegetable tissue house.should run diagonally' through tho Judgment; a large percentage of disease

'. constructed;' absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving to 'Bardsey Island, the reputed rent begin to appear along thb edge of the Is caused by poorly selected and
A good hog fence bo by Improperly food. .
; an ornament to any room. Every lamp warranted. log place of 2I(>,000 saints.-West. scar.which heals completely in from can made prepared My personal

ret'at your dealer' write to our nearest agency. minster Gazette. six to eight months. It Is essential setting posts three feet high sixteen experience with the fully-cookod:
feet apart, Run a barbed wire three food. known aa drape-Nuts, enablaa
during the first two or three months
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Platform and Policy For All. to protect the wound from light, inches from the ground and anotheron me to speak freely of Its merit.

_ _ INCOKPOBATED the Then nail From overwork I
Fellow which seems'to stop tbe formation of top. on good strong! suffered several
Pilgrims! Now that the wire inches with malnutrition
-I-ruw new tUuue. netting thirty wide. Draw years palpitation
:& -- Sun has started out on the fifth towr all and this of the heart and loss
ath of Its existence When, the trunk Is so seriously attacked tight, fence will last a of sleep. Last
our motto here long time. summer I wag led to experiment per.sonatly
after will heTo: I as to render so radical an 'operation -
/intmitW though the heavens tell the truth undesirable, !I. Eberhardt An Iowa farmer suggests that a with the'new food, which I '

t To have a newsy take a tumble.' pricks the cavity In the tree with a' g.ood way to prevent the dirt from used In conjunction with good richcow'a
paper-taken ,
and
paid for by the trocar to which he affixes a syringe getting to the oil bowls of the old- milk. In a short time after I '
people. We will be and of ntylo. disc harrows Is to attach commenced ita use,. the-disagreeable
I C31LL TONIC orthodox In our religion-with a firm Injects a solution 180 parts of piecesof '
belief in purgatory for formaline, sixty: of glycerine and 760( one-quarter inch gas plpo so they symptoms disappeared my heart's action '

.tandard. fer 41 ysesi ...... n* bad .fl. 1* 1 subscrlbers"-and delinquent those of water 'This he forces In until the exte.td up from the oil pipes through became steady and normal, the
I C urel Chills Ilk. lIulnln., _.....1..,. takel OhIIC, .. Ilk.It. : paradise for cavity Iff filled to Either the box, keeping them closed f functions of the stomach were properly . ,
...._ falls e ..k. ,.r.......| ..... who pay up.I Our policy will be to overflowing. with carried out I
: LID ....... ... oil*... love our friends and the larvae come to the surface: when wooden plugs. A blacksmith will do and I again slept aa
p Malarial Fevers 30. i'voe.t t&lXti&WXat,r-epal, brimstone for extracted with this work at small 9nndly and aa well.as in my youth.
they tare the forceps cost.
,
aULI.. SI. receipt at sic. our enemies'! W> will advocate.: '
Sea ..1 St RTHUHtTt. JTCO.:..."........Unt-.IH..K-. eountry.one flag, one wife : -one or else they are poisoned. One quart of mash to twelve "I look upon Grape-Nuts as a perfect -.
--at a time grown
i, . food and no one can gainsay but'that
'- :-and if you want us to live In Two Injections are usually made at hetu once a day is tha .irope? allawanc -

. : THE ,SWISS SCYTHE !f r' Fortune knock once at a, (nan** and oriental splendor -you'had pomp bet 'eight days' Interval., The' formaline ,-It'youInsist upon feeding- a rational it has, a scientific most prominent.stem-.of place in' '.
feed
door. Mtstorneknocken., ter'come In' now'and subscribe.* In hardly feSeihs to penetrate the woody mash. If you will conform to mod
ing. Any one who nsesUhls food
.
------------.t.-. fiber the surface broken will'soon '
- beyond down methods
fact, now is the however and feed
propitious ,
I I! :Argo Argo ,Argo '.A reo Argo,ArgoArro ,'tlme.-. liyXhe: parasites. The wound heals your be convinced of the soundness
Stanley" ? B mixed meals and
. ,. ; ; U ) Sun, clover In a dry< state, ,
:;. _____ Art 'Argo'Argo.A ; .. ; itt:. time,,and the tree seem* 'suffer you need not fret over, how much to' ot the principle updn ,which It 1*'

- r..,.' ,, -.w" : Ir3 k ', llttlelearuing I I..a dangerous In 190t two cats Inherited 120,000' no damage from the treativ'ent.wbfle' feed...,fut in the hopper and, le .-ich manufactured and mar thereby.. know:
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.F..rl.II'M: I more dfangerotL millionaire. W York Bun natural' wayv '
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darter purpose that a -'d.1; salvation llI'te: MALSBY COMPANY
"Lucy Liver Needed His, Harts ChestnutJ. ,
\\Th0_ er' sal l'4t may become effective. All of whichIs O. Simpson,' who had tefa ar- .41 i,rOH.rT8"ST..ATLANTA. Co A".
to this the mission Mat bet only a tired liver, or starved
say simply that alleged book:;, Agreed With Mep :
of the church In the world Is to lead llvor. It would be a stupid as well,a. rested yesterday 'as an I .

Individuals and nations everywhere savage thing to beat a weary;: starved maker, tearfully l e eed Went. Wheel .. II '
and In all times to a proper under man because' he lagged; his work. So er, after be bad. been released forwent

standing of the truth that salvation In treating the lagging, torpid. liver it Is :: of evidence against him, to, return
Is In the last analysis racial and unlvcrsal. which -(be lieu
a great, mistake to lash It with strong a hone chroinut .
4t jflftND3O The Lord Jesus Christ died dla tlo drugs. A torpid liver Is but an tenant' had taken from him.

for the salvation of the world and a Indication of su,111-nourhhtd| enfreblixl "Please) let me have it": 'he pleaded..

gospel that does not'declare the plan body whoso organs are weary With over .well to play the sJ
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of God to' sate "tbe race'ai the ult1.
with,the stomach and alllnd\
work. Start
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Subject: The Church and the World. mate In Christian truth /baa fallen of digestion. and nutrition.. Put races ,lthd.it money as
short of the whole counsel of God organs horse chestnut. X can't lose if I carry
to the world. The church has a divine them In working order and see. howquickly It." When It Was restored to him he !?
liver will become active
call to spread this message to your seemed more glad tO'get It back than. I<
Brooklyn. N;; Y.-Preaching'at the the whole world. This is the universal Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. he was to obtain his discharge; from g
f"liter
Irving Square Presbyterian Church mission of the church. has made many marvelous cures 1' '
on the theme, "The Church and the The opportunity of the church I. trouble by Its wonderful control of the. .' custody \ MsMfetaHvi erf mi (.Ir11. H Bstj *)

World" the Rev. Ira Wemrnell Hen universal, The church has a'chance organs ot'digestion and nutrition. It restores 1 Simpoon and w: G.; Martin a sailor I INE.RYAND :

derson pastor took ai his text I*. to do the work for ,Christ at horns the normal activity of the stomach, ,, on,'the-. cruiser Washington League' MACH

2:8.: "Come ye, to the house. of the It has a chance also to do valiant Increases the secretions of tbe blood-mak j Island, were. arrested at Twelfth'anc: SUPPLIES.

God of Jacob." He said a. service for the Master abroad as well. ing glands, cloanras the system from poi 1 1] Commerce!' streets Simpson bad a fVMtakla, SUttaur..4 TraetUa&"' .. .Batten.
Tbe work of the church Is properly The Influx ot aliens Into America present sonous accumulations, and so relieves tholiver racing book In b.'s! hand in which he Sew MUle u. Grim MUU. w_.workly ..4.Bkla.

definable In universal term alone. a foreign mission problem' and of tbe burdens Imposed upon It by had made a record 'of a $5 bet on a' 114 .!.Mill III....... OMBrl_AU-Iis..all.rv1.d_is.t..as.-,

The church has no. partial mission. opportunity to, the church In the the defection of other organs.. horse running at the Dennings track +i iRv 11 wrl..r-.n-_ M ... .._ o... W. have Nesw.'- ta
It has no restricted message. Its homeland. To shores there' bad taste in tbe t
our are If yon have blUror momlav t ,,_.iI''" Vie.
field ii the world and ltd opportunities rushing"millions of men and women ;< poororrTkrUbta apyetlu. coated tongue, As.the police had seen no exchange' of 7A .,

are as wide as the unlvera. and and children from the four corner foul breath coauitlpktod or Irregular bowel., money between- the men, ..Magistrate.Gallagher iI. .
as diversified a4 nature. The wide of the earth. The list of the nation reel weak. eailli tired. e pondeou frequent .allowed Simpson to go with ,''V "
Boston'sOld
expanse of the earth as It stretches alltles that have come to make their! headaches,pata4rdlstnaVti'"Imiill of back' a yarning.-Philadelphia Ledger. J.
eastward and westward from frozen abode with us startling. They are gnawing or dUfremd (cenDg In _aell. t

land to frozen land, la the sphere ot ot all classes and adherents to a mul- perhaps oaueea.VhlCiar'JVauVr "rjtlpra": In i Home Week
the church's activities. Only as the titude of creeds. The language that throat after eating and ktntV l symptomsof .% Worth the Price. ,
church of Jesus Christ accepts her are spoken round about us remind, upf weak stomach and torpid 1I> A no n>edlclne An English'jury has awarded. $1,150:: : w

universal responsibilities and honestly ; I he',confusion ot tongues; at the will pore1ru1LnntIYn relieve roe|more|hin promptly jWtux yif or rcj iureTOII f damages to a woman who before an .. _.. ... July 28 to Aug. 3

engages to transform the world is tower of Babel. The nationalities ot M H>l lal Iih.coTrTy. Perhaps onlya accident could-reach high C when she MRS UNOBA BOD KM HAM EH.Mr ,

she true to the commission that 'she the peoples remind us of the famous pan of tbe above u.mptoau will be prevent sang but after It. 'could, get; no fun *. Lenora Ttmlenhaimcr. R. ).0'. D.. 1, Seduced far on all railways tor'I

has received under God, through congregation! that heard Peter at at one time and yet point to torpid liver or ther than B .flat. From this It would Box 91: Kernemvllle. N. C- ;writer"I trip to Boston and.return \ a
Jesus: Christ. Just in the measure Pentecost. And all these people blllouanmt and weak stomach ,Avoid all girl .u/fered'with s/onseeh trouble. and and
,that her message' Is partial the flocking to our shores 'provide the bob bread'and biscuits, griddle cakes and seem as if they thought the poor 'indigmtion for some time., and nothing Family, School, College Society . I
church is a partial failure. For the greatest opportunity that any church I otber indls. .aUbla food and t.&ke.I....Golden had been'damaged. But this Is doubt that 1 eta agreed with. me. I was very BeunionsHI.torialPilgrim.. J

universal concepts of Christian truth can conceive or, that any church has Medical l>l""oo"eiT"rt-e-ulailj'. and sun. toils. ful. As a general thing reaching' nervoo.'and e.perlrncxd a continual ags, Military andy' svM Demonstrations . .
are'the strength of the church. Her had forced upon !It. If 'we can' no I use until you are vigorous and< lit.. rone. high C Is much'! like what 'nT. John, fejdthg oi wnesetrw.aendytdsr.L" tookmediCIne Monster Parades ,
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The Discovery" la non..,......'. nonalcoholic from the doctors. .but it did me no .
universals constitute her compelling mould these diverse peoples Into the I son' said ''about 'a dog's walking on Electrical Displays, Tournaments. '

. appeal. It is only because Jesus bad unity of the Christian'fellowship and roots, la a with glycerin a full retract lint of ol Its native tnorrdtonl o.INU..I11.1 his hind legs: "It ,Is not done mell,. 8 ood""1 found in one of your Pemna books Banes Carnival, Receptions, Vrs

a world wide an eternal vision of tho suffuse their minds and hearts and printed cm each bottle-wrapper arid attested but you are surprised find It done a description! ,of my *). for .. I then Exhibitions Concerts and ED'i' i
needs and the possibilities of humanity souls with the Gpspel ot the Lord tinder oath. IU Ingredients are vndonwd wrote to Dr. Hortman ,sdrlce. He
Herald.DOMESTIC .
under the providence of Qod that Jesus Christ so that they shall seek and extolled by the must eminent. medical at anBoBton laid I had catarrh of the stomarh. I took lata incuts.. '
lie has any claim upon the world at righteousness before all else in life; writer of the are and are recommended to 1'eruna and Manalin and folio,,%4 hie di '. Averts. of mid-.nmmer.festivl-,
large. And it Is only because the then shall we have accomplished the curd the diseases for which It I. ad vliied.Don't ORGANIZATION. rt!<"tione'and can how say that I eel as ties snob as no city In the world
1 church hat a treasury of truth s cc<* >t a substitute of unknown writ a. I ever did. > 'Writ
preserved mightiest work that any church ever i household should be "I hop that all who are afflicted with has eve*offend Its ,.ta. 1
to her through Jesus that today undertook. The opportunity of the composition for this non-secrot ilBDiciXB "Every organ" the same symptoms will take Perun, as it to OLD HOME WEEK: COMMITp
she has a claim. to universal at church at home Is sublime.. It is no or KJSOWM OOMPOSITIOH.' ized ,the same as a business, declared has certainly cured -.," TEE BOSTON MA88.'Something t
tenUon and to 'a universal hearing less stupendous abroad. The very the serious,looking man. The above is only one of hundred. who ,

The moment that the church censes evils that In an economic way are It is hopeless to get a woman to "Right you are: Ours is organised have written similar letter _Dr. Hart- Doing'
entitle
this
to declare truth that is universal In''' afflicting the peoples ''on the other think about saving her soul If she believes on tbe lines ot the national House. of' man Peruna Just to one the .ueh'candid ram consideration aa of for '
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Its application that moment the side of the world are the opportunityof Representatives similarly afflicted.l If this be Every Minute Days
her hat Is not'on straight everyone
church censes to be a universal factor the clufrch of JeeuY Christ. The is true of the testimony of one permit what
"How that possible
We must be IIncon ned by national awful famine in China and the like ought to be* the testimony of hundred.
boundaries or by geographical catastrophes In Russia and In other Every grocery store should carry ")iy wife's the speaker'and I'm the yes thouiiands, of honest sincere people? I '

'divisions or by ecclesiastical distinctions parts of the world are the opportunity Argo Red Salmon. If the salesmen, I appropriation commltte.ChlcaloJournal We have in our files a v great many other 223 Thompson'sEyetf
if tlffc church of Jesus Christ Is of the church. Heretofore altogether _tMtim i"ll.
have c.l1edon drop a
to do Christ's work. We not yet you, ,
capable
are too largely In tbe heathee-(-so- It
of securing and of retaining universal called)" mind Christianity has been card to tbe Alaska Packers Association.

way over the lives ot humanity because Inseparably associated and linked Atlanta Ga., where our temporary

t of our unlversals. For they with opium and whisky and beer and advertising offices are located. ----- Lemon Elixir is not : V'J
Dr.
appeal to men In every age; and In Infidelity and aggression and aggrandizement .

every land regardless of their color The nations of the East A STEPPING STONE. 'a new and untried.remedy.

their creed! their caste. have felt the curse of the Christian "Couldn't the president give you a -- .. ...
The Christian church has a universal civilizations of the Occident.: And Dr. rfore than"1-3 of a century attests Its'' curative

revelation a universal mes- mistaking the wickedness of civiliza Job cblel' and'.healtfc-&lvinz properties and serves to show _
make me
aage. A universal mission, a universal tion's representatives for the simple -Well he offered to that it has no equal as a cure for Constipation Bilimuneai. .- d

opportunity, a universal responsibil truth of Jesus_ Christ they have had engineer of the Panama Canal" until. Indigestion Sick Headache and. all other,Ills \
ity. very little sympathy with Christianity.And I could get something better. .-Wash arising >from
The church has In Jesus Christ a we cannot be too harsh In our ington Herald. t '
universal revelation that is the fundamental judgment of them. But happily this Mozley's TORPID LIVER' }'J
upon whllh all else In the feeling of antagonism Is passing slow COVERED ,
Christian system Is u rear04.-' very- ly away. And if In this hour of their ECZEMA .
where and always men have recognized need America and the Christian nations Being strictly a vegetable compound, It has'ae '
that there are Hrolts to the of the West shall show the Chinese Worst Case Doctors hoer Saw-Suffered '. harmful ffecti.- Its action ti gentle but tltorouCh-

comprehension of divinity by the the spirit of helpfulness and of Untold Misery Perfect cleansing the stomach and bowels of all impurities ,
finite mind 1I'hE'DlDl1lded by a revelation I disinterested service In the name and Cutlcura Kennedies."My Lemon :' .and toning up the entire'system to a healthy condition i '
from on high. Men have been ,. under the ministry of Jesus Christ Cure by tiT .' leaving: the person feeling good, because every 0J'0.I I t
conscious that while they were able to we may open the wa y-to the conquer son. who is now twenty-two. yearsof Ian Is made to perform its part perfect* .
know God partially through the ing of China for Jesus.. And what age, when four montha old bci.u to Soc and 'l.oo at all drug stores. ,
media of the senses. and to formulate Is true of China is true of other lands. have eczema .ori hi. face, spreading quite Moiley Lemon XUxlr,Co'rAtlaata.Ga "

In some measure Ideas of divinity The conditions may be. different, but rapidly until he wu nearly boverod. The' '. .
through the power: of-human Intelligence the opportunity Is the same. The eczema w.. something terrible! and, the j ., ft' 1
unableto doctors laid it was the wont COM they ever Elixir' 731. MUer St., tukaomttle', FU.i\ April U. tee*.
have been
finitely We
they whole world II awaking. are on I have bees using Dr. Moiby's Zanies Elixir is ray tanllr" f
know Ood to the the threshold of.a universal awakening -saw. At timee his whole body and face/ "I for the patteenataeareaniaaa' tenet healtate to ear tbatl
tion of their souls enth'e/aUafa.c- the.* like of which the world baa were coveted ill but hie feel.. 1 need nun,* .. and ..for lndi . Mole Heataefte. aad Co.-' d

vealed Himself to them. There has never seen before. It is the opportunity kind of patent medicines to no avail. At .... tipattoa.Tvoto u4 j'.Mft&II,..imwnmaail.., .i..U.JJIO.ay who ante 9.Ot1.seed el.a '
always' been a desire upon. the part of tbe church. and. It la uni Jut 1 decided to try Cuttcurwhnniy boy 1 ..
' n of humanity for a revelation of lllmII versal. waa three yean and four months old bay.lag
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self to them. And the desire has in the race'ot? this opportunity the had enema all that time and raftering :

been met. Humanity has not recognized church has universal responsibilities.It . untold miiery. 't began to n.e'ai three I '."OneJDose Will.Convince"has; II
the Cutiaura Remedies.: lie was better '" . ,' ; ,, ....., .. '
h' Il' always the full content of the! is Impossible for us to told our of .. >t ".w. iassW-" i f '' S* t -
1:' divine solfrrevelatlon but It has hands In selfish ease and be true to in two month; in six months he was well'' "

never:' been:wlthout a revelation from the command of our Master. The responsibility = Mre. R. L. Rwley Piermont N. H., .JUct "r,,'" ".p, .. .... / +.- o
God. Before the days ot Jesus meu of the church at home la 2', 1906." ,. The force of dynamite *ls :about' :::."' ', -'.: TUB BIG HBAD. '" .

had only I a partial consciousness of so to transform America that It shall eight times,_that of gunpowder, -"What's'" this exaggerated ego?" : SDVNMRD QP-Tffi.SOVmt I.
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the character) of the personality of be a safe haven for the oppressed, ,,It Is 'mlghty'" l hard'to' cnv'rii: i name for that morning
divinity. Multitudes have no full ambitious of land. We Argo Red Salmon Is standard In "It's a new : .
the every man that there Is a hell if his lift feeUuK.oleve1aDd Plain Deal r
comprehension of dod to-day And it must make America fit to do> the has been such as to make' it certain quality quantity, color and price. after ,
5'J
Is to the world that baa the light ot work that God has destined her to . I MD .
halt the truth to which the church today perform. The church Is under; a divinely he Is going there. Misunderstood. ed.YOU > '

1, must address herself. For the imposed obligation' to transform Islington Coroner-Was the deceased -

+, revelation of God !In Jesus Christ U the world. And first of all we BORAX IS NATURE'S In the habit of taking drugs CAN KEEP pRY 'lfOGLESS. I I.i
a universal revelation. The truth must transform the Individuals in tt .i
Witness-Yee '
that !is revealed In Jesus Is supplemental = the world. We need also a social MINE OF PURITY FOR The Coroner-What, sir. kind of drugs TOI RTABLl! P .i ". "LARD" : ,

to all that humanity outsideof transformation. But no social trans DAIRY UTENSILS. IN THIIARDES 'lft&p.
Him now ltno>vs. Wherever\ there formation la at all possible until we Wltne.Oh., I thoughtyou said ? STORM t tV 11 t : US.GO'lEUNMfNf.INSIJECTIONlevrnERNamoHOIIm

is a soul<< that longing for a knowledge shall have gotten the Individuals Borax la first a cleanser that removes grubs.-London Globe.To BY WCARINO' ""' '
of the truth concerning God right: with, God. No man will have a t 11 i
dirt and with surprisingease be on flood terms with human nature, tl OWEP. i' [
grease
there Is the field of the church. The realizing sense of his social' ,obligations .. .
Re Well! Garheld' Tea purities the blood !
revelation of God in Jesus Christ Is until he haa bad his soul thrilled ; second. It is a sweetener that eradicate di......., regulates the digestive J v -I'' \ : y I lass..s..e..s..ssse..r

universal In Its outreach because it with the salvation of God in Jesus makes frdgrant any surface that has organ health! Manufactured ;
l meets a universal need is universally Christ. Contrariwise while we are by Garlield.Tea
"a satisfying Is universally Intelligible. saving individuals we ought not to grown musty or stale from neglect; Sold: by druggute.. WATERPROOF .THB.wad DAISY aAwnSimenCarft PLY ce>KILI.v.<7 AOM ERlt.ntae-lMdtolIIAKOLO .._ I
I' is universally tbd culmination of revealed relax our efforts to reform society so third It is an antiseptic or destroyerof -,-- OILED 1 .' . .I..i.l.a. .t.s
and .....
r' truth. that we shall have no evil economicor TOO MUCH OP AN ADVANTAGES! 'CLOTHING ,( ; \ !oJ.\, f all tl..1 wt
''y germs. It prevents the development ........... ........ *.-. ''-'.- (. : .a.hrni.
The church has a universal lIIE'a.aago. political conditions. This transformation "Why don't you, invite Mrs. Spig- t+ ," .. ....._II' ti. sed
' The souses of sin Is a universal must be not only moral; of bacteria or mouldy growths. Bins to your bridge whist parties? I Clean Lf9ht o..rabS.. I f' ../ .."..." ;. ., '" Will vat sal. K ; ,
nt..d w.hrpeof , CoJ" .. .... 4
consciousness, Ll'-owlse the reallxa- it Must be also religious. No mere With.all this It !Is perfectly free from underatand she! playa remarkably ,,, Pric. "IU"""'1'i1--... P, trJ".".., ...e.ad .
tlon 'of human Incapacity fa deliver system of ethics will ever keep the "*.1T. ........ re5. rare ::tIf'f'C '\,;:' es-a will S 1
4 harm ;J .. =
self from the bondage of sin is .uni world straight. Men must have a In Us resulting effects. well. answered, .oo.ur.1.... -:=-.rL:: ?,Y ,1, I ''I"m'" _be. lt.oth.pei ( r 1L

?,'," versal. Everywhere men acknowl- firm grip on thereligious verities before The farm churn is kept free from "Yes, Miss Cayenne.She 4t.1n.1b'3twAtL.... t ,I. ..s : .-.. .. .... . car d.1-
edge the need ot a Saviour. The than can be sure of themselves that stale odor if it Is'washed with '.' does play' remarkably well. Thatis ....Ka, "VPO.I>4. b. S.5Ip:..Y..

;, longing of every heart is that It shall or the world be sure ot them. The the reason we don't want her.- '
experience a salvation from sin that universal responsibility of the church borax in the following proportionsone Washington. Htar.BACKACHE 2O. 'Mule Team, Telegraphy 'rewrite eehool, .
Is satisfying sufficient and eternal. la under the guidance and the Gospel tablespoonful. of borax to a quart lop

t The church of Jesus offers just that. or 'the Lord Jesus Christ to effect of water. IS KIDNEYACHE.... BORAX Shorthand, rammer mteeTitSMfta

; Its message is that of the universalityand these transformations. The dairy room has nothing about ,
1
; the reality of sin Its consequences The church must accept these it but the pleasant aroma ,of fresh Cure tho Kidneys and the Pain Will BMt. : ; lutketi Crisp

;'n, and Its woe. The church responsibilities. She cannot do other milk and cream and sweet butter !If it Never Keturu. and whe.M ) ; declares that humanity cannot un wise. Possessed ot her vision of the KI1JJI all ._rm and earth oil oil-- >IIPo t.ra. ,I' ;
aided.from above free Itself from Bin. la kept clean with borax. There'will ...10.1... auokiMrr.w Sample,la.PACUMO . .MAIM LINK WIII& new, TII zrIDIIy. I
} Lord and blessed with an experimental Only one way to care an aching COAST POHAX OO.. Mew Iforlr. IIU.lLUIHQ
11w 1u.t'
,3'&UI.OUUU
If proclaims the necessity of a Redeemer. realisation of the effectiveness be no soapy smell and no lurking hint back. Cure the cause the kidneys.

it t It offers a sure a comfortIng of ills Gospel it Is her duty as it of something gone wrong. Thousands tell of '. GUARANTEED "
;a.:. ," an everlasting salvation by tbe ought to be her toy to accept the opportunities The cream crocks take on an extra
.
.. gift of God In the personality of Jesus for eternal service that freshness when washed with borax cures made by Doan'sKidney

..: Christ. And this salvation is not the Lord has prepared for her and. and water In the following proportions Pills. John C. Buggies; Runabouts t and Surreys

i restricted. It Is not conditioned ,by measure up to them."Knowledgol'ufteth -one tablespoonful ot borax toa .Coleman a prominent ,
;\ any"captloua commands. It is not merchant ot Swalnsboro ,
quart of water. This
.... confined to any class. Whosoever preserves.the Ga., says: "For r SHIPPED DIRECT FROM FACTORY JO YOU v vi'UICE
fresh flavor -of the
."t will It Is for all men. cream.
may come several years my kidneys JHL-t Wlole.3ale X>xloes'nwmUT
; And If the church, will declare this Up; Love Build- The farm cream separator ,can be were affected We ha...see.. 'tap
t'l:, universal message the church will eth Vp." kept thoroughly sweet and clean by awash and back ached aU" 'We guarantee Kate Ddlrety to Tow greisM Btatloa. s
my
receive universal hearing. We cannot of bora and, water FREE Y KCAMimi
a We mar be able to tell how many ;* In the following day and night. I wan TEN.'DAY'. TRIALnl, fO mu8k VAJUCIiaEJI*:
Clod's with
'It do work lassMnensage. -
." It Is useless to trim any it or tot stars are In 'the Milky Way we may proportions--one tablespoonful *- . languid nervous and OUR,TWELVE JtOMTHS' OT7ARAKT2B' COVERS EACH'AND' EVERY purAIt :
of borax to of
pare It or to endeavors to change it inany be able to count the petals of every a quart jvator. lame in the morning. Doan's Kidney la k your advantage U>investigate*the merlla. of our vrblalM before _,'GIf' .luewhem.eend .
A flower and number the bones of Be sure that you get pure 'borax. Pills for. our lW7ci.mpl t ]i llln."...t Kl, rw.. C+\ofar. which fully explain hew ww
e essential manner. It is aCod'smessage every bird; but unless faith leads us To be sure, you must get "20 Mule helped me right away and the .... ,ra*>an ?...>.a'. nftCA.AA iA .dA.Aafl*.M tbe f-liai..ft* A II iVlVI-fiVAllK. Mllatta V, aUsTTM- ',
': In Christ. It is universal. great relief that followed has been ABU:" sttEY '
, Tbe universal mission the churchIs to reverent a deeper comprehension understanding of the a more significance Team" Borax" It you are finable to permanent.". '. :. .. !. 'MALSDV, SIIIPP. . & co, Dept BrATLANTA.

:1' to carry this universal message to' of the universe. God can get 20 Mule Team" brand send us Sold by all dealers.. E 0 cents a, box. 41 8. rORSYTH 8T.. 'j"!"' OA.CRESCENTANTISEPTICk.
tbe whole world. The church has a' your dealer's name and we will strange
Foster-Milhurn Co. N. Y.
no more be pleased with our knowledge Buffalo
national mission to the land to which supply you. Booklet free. ?
than the painter Is pleased with .. :
d.. It goes and to the land in which it ti; the fly which touches his picture with Pacific Coast Borax: Company, 100 THE OLD OAO. :
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,' but It has more than this. It has a its feelers and alps the varnish from William'street' .. New York. Fred: "I hear you have taken UP ,, :GREATEST HEALEJR KNOWN :TO SCIENCE.,
: :mission to all lands a mission that Kon Non InflammaUon and stops v
Foiaonpua, IrriUUng. ,Allays
the surface and dies without dreaming the
I'I I p ball lead It to fit tbe Gospel to the study of palmistry. 'Do you really. ., pun 'from any alas As strong as curbolia acid and barmleas a. t
'peculiar-necesslttes of the peoples to of the meaning thought. feeling AM* HB KNEWAiBOUT/ TTl; ,> believe In It?"" afreet milk. Cnres barns instantly; euro. *,.old and chronic aoresi
whom It Is' declared." But It has a embodied id'the colors.-Van Dyke. Knlcker-Tou can't paint the Illy. I'UNot ,on' 'your 'llfet Dut ,It cure sores and inflammation from any cause on man or beaat. Fotl.fowl

larger mission even than this. It' has 8ubbuba-'Never'gat"a' seed; 'cata, dyes: ti "mightyr' good excuse for hold-. *-mrev-cholara,, sore" heed, and. roup.' KatisfaeUasi- .- poaidvoly) l?

? a mission to-all lands and to every 'Mane Chief,.End.!: logue, did youT-New York; Sun. lug hands."-Somervllla Journal. -for..Nb.usns4Crrguarantee1uadMCRCt. : declare unto the nations tbe .
people to '
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:truth"of Qo4 that.we are all ot,one The older I grow-and now I stand -- : A'

;: ,, flesh and blood and that the Interest on the brink of eternity-the .more I ,. '. ...." .
'44 > ot each man is the Interest ot the comes back: to me that sentence In the .,
,I! ; world: that the welfare of .one'people Catechism whlcli I learned when .A -

,;, Is The concern of all the peoples; bat child .and the ,fuller and deeper 'ILmeaning t)
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,f individual and national lives are to become., "What Is the chief '' Ejjjj ;
.'b'' be transformed,by the grace of ,God end of malt? To glorify: God and I

'*'' not',for.ths mere sake' of Individual enjoy Him. forever."-Thomas' Car'

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Umpire Land Co.; v all,. .ati",.......7....". .....r. . .1..or.: .. .. 28 1/110 I<4e 612 1242 Morgan ..\.1.h..f.82 eh n 9./n chi -27ta" -f 1 (.8 ('lermnntR'e.. ... .. . ._ .. . . per bottle. I <0'
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,t, .". .1... .. . .. .. ..... ...... ... ................ 32 II9tI IlIe .&4.1 1212 .Jane Isvls. . ne4 of ne4 j . . . . .!..1 lib : 40 t 115'John '' p"'AI 1.leln.1 76 10 liurcundy ,. . ...,. . .!'.'.'.' .1 .j },(.
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-..... Land Co.r ., ; .11. . .... .. ..... . .... ,.. '....... ..,... .. U2tAt Ma ... U 4Ap"'dCo. r. M Irhrhl. .. .(of _'4. . ._ : It :1 2 4, I ) : : J 81 126 "..urn... '" .. . . < 4. 10.
,4 all .n. . .. .... .., .. .. .. ,..,..,,,. / ... III :2<.... 1110 61.1 1.242188tsrfnt : .eUv! ... .. . neto{ fnwlofnu4,. . .. : ::: .:: :. 2 .11 w (o"mt)i.. 1\ Kh| **. ;. . . . o, 11
. wllofmw, !".. ..;.... ... .,\t f....,..,'.. .. 7 :'Nk l14e HII 206 .. . .. ? nw4 of n"4". r.. .. ... . : 2. 4" 193n4Mtlle Inler'.XXXXI'e .. ClerotluCalla. ..... .. ; ;.. .. ?s. IM .
ii Unknown .... .. .'4ofnw ..1. ....... ..t4r. ,.! .'." ..>. .... 21 84 't1e 50 lab .,..nd C .. nw,4and4ofswk. ". : 2. 27. 244) W'tapoerWhl.ker 100Crc.mol .16
Unknown .l{ of.,1., :..ISw.:..,. .... \7! ilia :9k !IO tab : . .o'4ofnwl." .t" : ::::: :.r.::: :: : 6' : 274 1 JeEml.l. ) . ., . 2. :41 1 50Cn.radpTenu.11'hi.kry '
p Unknown . ...\4of f. ... .. .. ... .....r.:"4. 28 :ti ::110 40 1.Il': .. Land C f. .. wl1 of w...n'' of el'. .nd 416, of K."tlkV. . (. .41 1. 1 rt. n. lll'mm" Kxtra Dry 2 Q1",4
Unknown n.4 ol n.I'/ .. . ... ... .., .q+ ..' .. .r. H2' 114. 4U I .I0P !&. .. ..... n.'J . . .. _. 6 :. 2 ? 1 ) IIIOnldenMull Moet b.odou"hlt Bc.i -j : 4
Unknown . nwlsofnel4.. ..... . ..... ... ,\. .. ..... 3:1: r.t. alo 40 I :.Il'' Eml.I..I.nd C .. aw"! ; y1'' ne"i 9 or nW/4 andsof ... . ...2. MI 1'0'AI 1 I
Unknown ..4of .... .... .... .. ph.ar.o., ... 22 $1s ::14. 4U I 2I I t'f Ind .... ". . . .. A \. 27.Wl \ 7. Old Jo: . . . 1 o Ale Beer and Stout -
4Unknown4Jnknown .w14Qf n. .. . .. .. .. ;t"......" .. Itl Alt ale .411 I JO'W B CnYEn '. or net,, .. .. . . .... .. : 2. 27. 40) ;1 Dew fRed per Dozei
t .. .. .. .... . .. . . . ... .. ..."...... .. '... 34 ale ::11. rOO .1 fill .mpl. ''''.'.. .'. .wl of and j of .w14 and nwl4 To"I hs..PaloAle..v04
I Kmpire Land. Co.:: . .. AU . .. . ... ... . .. ... ._". .. ..A':.,.. 2 an.; fIolH l'lv2 ,,, I...C. ne' IW .. . . . .. .. .:. 2 2. 120 3 rd Mark ll. era .. . ,. 1 .. : : : ; pr 401 t
Kmpira Land Co, . .All.:. .. . . ... .. . .. .....,1. .1. ... ....... .. ,4. 1141 aMB J'l9' {1. li .. nwltof. ne" .. . .. .. .. .. :1 .s 40 124H I ll.1sMe. d .. 2 Y: + 4)Illplltr.I 111OUt .:;. ,
Kiupire Land Co. All. : . .". '... . . ..r. 6 3v. ate 780 1291.. .1' ...FBnell. .. . 0r ... . . .. . .. .. . . .1130 2.r 274 41 1 ,0OH mm u tje . . .... v. '- ; i AnhauMr Buarb. Blue iti > Z
'1 1.ua".radCO! . AU. :. ..::.:.. .. : .. ... .. ,1... ,r:. ., 8 a514.. 010ktmp4r.LndG ]).. R.ynolda._. ... . . 4 of ..'! . . . . .. . . 1 2tr 2751 I Nil Old umor }O 7i ., Anb.u.lu.ch ,
: .. AU. .. .. .. .... ... .. .... \\i ;.:... ..... III 114.. 514 1141..1f.'II'lIomP..ndo" Nob. .. . . ne4 IUOS .. .. .. ,. . . 2r 17e 40 1 : Cambrhilt . .1" 7* I
:w' > .. . All... . . .. .. .. ..: .. ... ...11.;.... ..... 12 s.. 1iIOd'104.! 1292I : 01 Nob.. . .. .. .. . . n..o."fort") . . . . .. .. HI \o 411 I .1'I Ooldeii 4-reanb. . ..4'i' JJ 1M Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.
T4 Kmpire Land CoKtnolre All.. . . .. ..... ... ..y .. i'.Ii.' .......... 1b4.. )10' dIN 1lll: Mi. . . ... of . . .. . . . . . . . . I : Y. b I ,: Paul Jon . . M IVConntltiitloii
I .Land Co . All. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .+u1i7I'!h .... ]S.jI'1'- fall UIIl F Imlh. Co..,.. .1&.u44 .wt'41;: . .. . . .... .. ; : :o 4'I .I . . . . 40 "7J 1 ftKeutuckT (.oldsnStar .,. ... .
. . .. . . ..... . .. 121JNmplra"'ndCo. mpl. . . . .. .. 40 1 .. 1 M r.. 1
b 1 ptra..ndo All . . .. ...by.yt.; , ,I" w :14. 6KOt . . .. :. . . ne4, . .1 :o Tavern .1 Mountain. Rye .. . pr r.l. I
All . . . ....I,.. .... ...'. ,; : 211, 1144 II4e 6.0 129! Unknown . .. . . .. -t.of . ... . ;. . 5: \ -. 40 1 8118JMilk1 Brook (Battled' II Mountain tprlol Ky. XX .,, ,., 4. .. $r
A Kmpir* Land CoKmpire AU.. .. .. . .. .. .,.,......"+ 'LQ"tI1t'ft I'l ala 80 1l1I': Unknown . .. .. .w or"f' .. . . . .. .. . : : :. 40 llUnknw. UU j Nrmnialn l Rye XXX. ,/ ..
.. Land: CorKmpire AU: : .. . r... . .; ..f.I. . ..,. . :. 21 !Silo W 1. 9! : . .. ... a mep. blk Campbell 4. .ity. tax.. ... .. . :. I I i )dinboii'i),40' I :) Iprl., ..OKI. . .a .
Land Co.:. :: Au.:: :::: :: .rllra . .. .. .:.. .:.. '. . . .. :'8 4. M. 114I1 I.II .... .1 loll 2. City. ".. . . 1 Yes IUnknwn. o'tc; . . . . . b. 65 J Krntnrky.Ih Pride 7 Tear old. +.. ... .

: Kmpire Land Co All'. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ... .: . .... 11 ale Ale 1141 g 82 . ,. .1 blk C.mpbll tlt.t.\,941.4).S I U Old Crow. .'!1. . .r. 1(1 oldan Orowa Rye<. .. 9I,
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Land t'o. .. AU.. iIK'. .... ... . .. .... ., . "... .. .0 /He a/. 6.19 9! Unknown . . ... bik Campbell 9QSAI 1 2as, t Whlui Oak (Tennessee kbo Rye .. 4 4,
} tcm.lraLandOo" .. A radar; . .. ..... .. .' .. . 3'l 84. II4e 449: 129! :,*bik .4). lam D be II Cfty:taxes 1)94.6) : : : : 2.41 4111 WhUkry) ....40 I] :. Iprlt), double .".' ... 41 r.
Kinpire Land; CoKiapire L.. .. .. . .. ..A :. ... .. ... 114 IHa II4e 610 1282 nUnknown.. . a1961k7L'amp84elll'Icr tacr l9llS41. .. 1 :' tl I'lsUnknown. Kentucky Prld !21. 0 1 11 frcamot/ Kentucky .,, .&IP, .. 41/

+4 Land Vo' f. U. .". ... . ... .. .. .. .. . ..J.. . .. .. .. .. . 3f 345 II4e But U I.Kaoptra..r.U . . . . lot A \apbl City 111', I : !. b Holaoa Italtlmore, $10 years old " :
Mnu>Ira Land(;' . ... .. .. . . .. .... ..... :I :11\0\ 8" f18l UI! .. . A bk tees I : 211. U Case Goods 1
> "' 9I AU. ; Unknown 1. Capbll CIt. 1\> in Glass- Led ...
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AU. . . . . .. . .. ,... ...r'. .. ... . 4 II4e 11II4 I "'l .W A Thorns a .. . . lo lot 2. . . :I 2 31. ,. 7Unknn. Malt WhiSky J.aoll. t tl
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. . AU.-. .... .....". . ... .. ..... . 10 ,,:11. 845 4tw 1ll/'l: . Istiblk K ._ fi luty..I..Milt 41. 7& 12' ,
1.425: ,Jt..I..CO..... Land lo .. AU. .. .. .. .... .. ... ........ ... .. .. .. 1:1: :B. 34 11-10 Ult2i1 Unknown lot 81 P.rk. .. . . I 2. II.: __. 1Unknwn. Mncbe. N.1 I : Vorth r.rollna White Corn., nercallnn I''
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: ..Mlt't .1'41' toJmp..dCO. . All.. ....... .. ... ... ... .. :....... .. .. . I" 3fr 34e 2111 Ult2 lot I Runnymede. . 4Unknownn Domestic and Imported Gin in Nor Carolina Yellow Corn
'.. ".11'....' .....pl..1&ndCo. All. . .. .. .. .. .. . .... .. . .. ... . .. . 20 81. :140: >4. 1'! 112 lot 9 bll 1.. tax I! . . . M old *, 1 '
.......rorp". ... JoJmpi..l.and9{Land Co.> .. All .. .. .. .. . .. . ... .. ... ., .. . .. . .211': i'4e Ml 12 92BO Unknown E Iota and 13 Kunay. . 71 1 Glass. North C.rolln&Wllte9County
,', Mmpire! All. . .. .. . . ... .. .. .. .. ..4... ... ... .. 4 :.Na 3610 1211'lJlo J 8w.r. . Iota I. 7t 18,15 and 17 "., Runnymede 1 :'. enr.7 yvara old -'. .1
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". KmpiraLeiiHCo.Kmpira land Co. . AU. .. .. . .. . . .. :. ... ..... .... . .. 'lII :1 t:. 84e .Ml 1:1l'l: J Sw.r lot"e blk Runnym d.. . ... . I Booth' Old Turn Gin 160 ," |
) . AU .. .. .. .. . ..... .. . .. .... ... .. . . :/II 516.' 34. 01111 1411.x Unlnwn. ot21blk27.Runnymwin.tac'l01. : >.'. f otir..lVy Uln . . r<0riymovth
r. '. KmpiraLandCo.'Umpire CoBmpire . . All. . .. .... . . .. ..... ............. :10 :t6. :140 6571* UIIJ E J lot IH hlk 2r< RunnymedeIC . ni I Uln :. : : '" Lowest the Gallon.
Lend . . AU.ptnw' Land 4je.Kmpire Co . all.".,..,. MrS! of nw-4! and owl t of tw{,. 114 W. II4e .ell \I 1175mpinL.rdGo. John'rer .... lot 541.1kIA Runnymede . 1 Bell silo -. 0 Kye from '5..;. 2
"y, .. .. .. .. ... :III W. :140 6-10 1'l1l! .. . . 0 ur
. . ..11..I. lot 1 r. . . .. 1 from .
.. .. . ... .. ,... ... . .. . .. .. . .. .. \2 Me II4e tI40 1\l"l\ John WHm.. . . w), bk 4 Hunn.me.. . . .. . f, nornn 0.1 . . 4" 7% 1 .N Gin Corn from 2 Or 1
EmP..lendCO. all:. . .. .... . . . . .. .. .. ... Ill 211 \4e ban U II'l etllotSblk64. Runnyoe . .'.:.'. : I'b.ph.t .. 21 H 14)0) S 0,\
ISmpir* Land Land Co.Kmpire (>. .U.. .. . . . . . .. .. . .. .... .. . 12 1110 1340: 14 112 Unknown RBhapley lot 1:1: block Runnyme . .. .,. Mnbl.Inland Kiidurauce U VI I And all other Liquor In proportion.
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{ 4 Land,, CoiQmpira .. 411.. .. .. .. .. ... . .... ... :.... .... ... 14 '160 34a WI 14 O'J lot I blk 11. Runnyme 114 Wolfe Hchledam 0
) e 7 Empire CeEUnpIre . . aiL.. . ." . . . . .. . .. . :!'J:16o: \4e '040 1:1: 02p. Lnknowl lot blk 14 Runnyo ._... . . ($4FWludmare. I Gins. Rums and Brandies t tl
p. Land Land Co . . .11. .. .. . . . .. .. .. .. . ... . ... . 4:1fia: 114. ..IM I 11 I"llmpl..LandCo. lot I blk 1. .. . 114Unknown. HchoappeCinne liia and Beaedlrtine JROA by
v .... aKmpire .. .... ... .. .: . .. ... .. 91 :I6oKe .141 Illtl: . . lot:1 blk 1. Runnyme 4411Unknown W SO I Gallon
r : . . .. . . .. ... .. :\40' .H 12 9 l Rnnyme
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/ Land Co .. all, .. . . . . fot3b1k41. laxllSLS! fl Red Uon 010. -m M) I Oil
1/ .. .. .. . . .... . ... .. II> : ale: Mil I'l II'l . . .. 4F
... I..nd Co. . .11.. . ...... .. : arc F lot 41blk Ili Runnyrede. Uuilvrwoiid'. Old Tom 1 OT R.4.e (.lt1 . .1
Jimp.. Land Co . all . .. . . . . .. . . .'. . .. ... 2 87. :1441 0$9 1292Fmpir lot 18 blk 9rq Runnymed. HaF Old Tom (< .
Empire Land Co. all .. .. .. ..., ... . . ..... . ... . ... .. III 117. ::14co 1\41 1:1: III :: lot 141. Runnymede '1 ImporMd Holland p2
Lend Co.. ... .. . . . .. . . .. . :.... .. . .. . 12 117. :I4e 042 I \I'J lot IIb'l I". 4F ; Imported Scotch'Case Whiskies. 'Folton'. t4. R. >ear old .i
Kmpire Le..d Co. all. :.. .. . . . .. .. .. . . . . 14 11'7. ::14040 1292r4',1 : F Wtedmars . lot 1 Runnyee . :' Ij.wranre'i Medfurd Rom 7 yean old. .4
Empire Land Co. .. .11. . . . . .. ... ... . .. ..' -.u 3'1. 3611)) U Itl! all Runnymede I Qu.r I'eM-h brandy, yer g.llom. .. and 4
J; Empire Land. Co. .. .11... .. .. ... .. .... . . . .. . .. . 24 117. ::14. 142 12 II'l ,' Unknown Unknown . all tJ'. Runnode.. I 1411 tt.% .. 5 Kperl.1 f I h Apple brandy, per gallon .16 1.6 and ICalltornlaBraudy.
17a ? : Kmpire Land Co. .. .. .U... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...:. : ... .::.. . . .. ...: 26 :17. "3). 641 I'Zl'l' Unknown .' all kunnym.vle I ..9Unknwn. Ling W Illiatn 1\\.0.1'. ? 11ef .2.6,1.0. ., r
Kmpire bll 10. j (an .loa.
.. Land Co.fSropire . .. . ail..2: :.!II. 330 tI40 11 41 . . . lots 4 block V. Raw KIa.Irnmee Hiai-k and 8Lb .1.0 t
l 1 : ...4 2IW :t:1a: 61) 1111 I ad. .. 194Unknown. Hal( and Hal* t MDuuvtir. )
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i I land Co aBmptreLandCo all..1..... .... ..... . . .. .. ... .. . .... .. fI 2I 1' .-. .-..-. all..': .. .. .... .,'... .. ..,. ............. .. II 2110 83a MIl 1141 . . . . lo 4 block I. Rosa ad. .. .. t
EoDp..LendOO. .... .IL.. .... . .. .. .J. .. .. ....... .... .. .. 10 :2.w. 3-'Ia tI40 11 41EmpI. EDt . . . . Iota 4 and 6 block IIto.s dd. The Very Best Corn Whiskytamable. Ob: Gallon.
.. Land Co. .11.. ... .. .. .... . .. ... :. .. ............. .... 1'l : oo a:1a: 1140 11 Al Kllm. J 10Dnl '
Land Col .. .11...... .. .. ... ... . ..........,.. .... .. .. 14 2'01 a:1o: 0111 IIlf Menthes Clt.. Ross dd. Klseimmee City bUnknwn. Annilllca, per bottle. J
Bmplm ... ... .. .;..... ..... . I" 'ZHo J.a. 1'.41. n 41 I bll per :
,. .Land Co.!. . all., ...... .. .i' . . lot Rvb1n.on'a add. K1rlmmeeCity. C..llorDI.l'r .lnl..1.6 1..4
Bmplre Land Co. . all. .. .:... ... .. ... .. ...,...,..... .:. .. . 20 :!lie ;1:10: 1040 11 41JIapIroLandOO. ..11. ... . . . 4 1 Wllk County, N C.. 2* I 00 Mb.r.pr 1. 10 :
Umpire .. ., .. ..... .. .:. .. 2'l 2IIe 3:10: 140 1141 Old HarreM. ri. C. ... 2 t 10 Imported ; r >
. . .. .. .. ....,. ... . .. r. W H . lot 70 F L t I Co add to Kle.immee Clty 6 1.1.1..4.
Ieaoplra..OO.: .. ajj.Empire .. .. ....... ... .. .. . .....,.:'...... ... . 24 :!lie 88a t4O'141 "ende.n lerlegMOorruoaw8IL ft.lU ft. el4lo Maple Corn . .. .. .V, l 0 Imported Port, ear bU"I. 10,b''
i4 -.u.LatIIIC.: ...... .. ... ... .. .. .. . ...... .... ..... . 26 2100'88e tI40 1141 fL n IN ft.al.o lees beg eaoor lot Catawha Valley.:1: >% 1 lu ort d 8be'rr Kla. . '
$ .. ...... C*. . .. aiL. .. .. . ....... .......?.i''. ......,..... .. .. 211 2<0 19.0 2647 11 41 76runaw101.ft.n2Rrf( eofta214)ft 410J !' Elk Valley, ..... .. .2\ W> 10 .
y .EmpB....... Lend Co. . .. aU ., .. .:.. ....... ... . ..1. .. .. .. .. . .. :10: :!It. 11:10: 11 41 W .11 except beg.w tor block V. '
fend C4. all:. . . .. .. ;. . ..:.. ... .. .. . 412 31. ilia 114I1 11 41 Adeold 10 KlaeImm.e run D adl.t Imported'Cognac Brandy, Orders wan not l1e4'r'withGaih .
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lj t , :E.pk.LaOdG. .. . all.alL.. .. ... ...,.t..".,.. : :: :...::::. .: :.... 1194 2'10 88e t\4O 11 U weetoiM 041 fret feeC.out.. .north C ft. & ... ..... ........ .. postolQoe eapla mo

r .... ] < *. alL. .. .. ... ...... .... .. .. .,... .. ... .. .. .. 2 380 33a 6fO 11 U A E Donevan . .. . all bUt GL rJaaa*.a. .Kllmm..C' 1 ;i Dupat'IJ .. . .. .:. . .a 0 order .crUIe .- SDd mot
t--L.rdCO.1.i '\.U.... .. ... . .. .d 29. 33a 64IJ 1141 Unknown . J zXXX . ..?. . . . .. . ... .12 "
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Land Ce ....w \ aHf ..... . ... 290 33a 6tO 11'41 loS k".ullv:.bk 0' Yoe L
\ Empire */.a1L. .. .. . . ....... .. .... .. .. 8 290 83e 640 1141 . ... . nek t KI. to City 1 74 -
=. iite.Jr-r". .. . ,....: alL.!..;;.;:... .tt.. : .... . .. ..... :. .... .. ... 10 211Io 3IIe 6-10 1141 MraTJ Unknown Watera.WFPreaoott . all FI block VL Klu afiaauurnmeeClty. -
R'+.... Lod G.. ..1, .. .... ...).. ... .. .. .....:::.... .. ..... 12 2'10 Tie tHO1141 .. D a.. .. . I ft 82 H.'W. METCALF Cc
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..1 f' EmpinILaaclOo. .. all.w"at.w""of... .. .. .. .. t4 2911 315 f>6O 1006 . all Mk W. Baa. add to Klaabaniaa ...City.krt4blk 711IM
P : 1 IC..ylr. Land r.... ...... .lI..4v.. ... n.MV. ... . "..... ., .... .. ... II .2911 33a tHO 1141 Belle Stone . .. . 8 FRRCoeurver . . . .
9..kr1..edCo.1, dL..h.. '.......:.". . ........ ... .. . . 20 2h tae fI40 1242ax : . b.rW2-lftseofn.orloLlk 11 8
.C .- 4., ']: Land Co . .. all.. . .. .'. ..... . . ...........a.r... 22 2911 511.W 1114s Unknl R ft. ORANGE AVE. FL.
r r Kmpkra mpira. Land Co.. . . all..,*,"... .. +..... ..;.." ..'.... ....... ., 2IIa : RV an". run 76ft..12. . c... .w7.f 2 ISden. RLANDOj .
4 Kmpire Laad Co : .. .,. ,'J'i'. ,' ... t.,... : :: :: bop gi: J i Mw rill. Eet.,. . . beg 67 ft. a 47d". e of moat northerly .'
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<. ... Land G.,1'aU.. to 21. .N'' Si. *; MOM '' 1212 $) '' s4ldar .47' SPECIALTYZ
j. ;. pIN......- (30..Nrdl., 924 a2f41'113l.; .f ..4.-, '
'.11+,{'. ....... ('.....NrJ4af I 841'lIfa.: 88 .JK4tt fill.> 12 1:14't' : 94 Unknown f$' lot a* 4o.wd.dddto : City I02Unknowe .
land CO...... all j t *, 6408e ,, i ." of w4 .lot 2 Muck S. M tbow.' add t .
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llO plte Land G..r 6 alt i51'' 129'l.lmpiNlanoICo a KI.I.City .. .. ......rre-.ipJ _. . .
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2 l 1oIL. .. . .... . ,.... .......... ... 10 1140 1130 fi&'j 129'l .. . .. .
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4 A'' Land CeE.mt4ra .4l:. aU ::p; . . . .. .. .. . ... .. : 12 515 3IIe .140 1211'l I add to Klaeimmee City. 189
,' Kmpira Land Co. all..,..'.,.. . . .. . ... . . ..... .. H II4e 59. 6tO 1292dl. : .. l.th.of of awH aad :
"J'.. . .. . . . ....:.. .1.. :::::, 1M 1140 3IIe 642 1:19'l: 8iltn. eeeor.w run.n U 1 34 '
EmplraLandCe. VO .3 80 70
f .4 Land-Co. ":. .' 011.. :. .... . :. . .... .. .. .. . 20 84a 413. 10411 12 II'ljf B.w yda. yda, y. 2. : 1$51
f ympk.l4mdob.&!>nplre .p'........ all' . .. .. . : .. .. . ... .... .. .. ... . 2'J 14. 3IIa 129! ( Anna Sul. .w'i 1 of nwi : 2 91 rTHE-
i k Kmpire Land Co,... ... &11..,,,..:. . .. . .. . . . .. .. .. . 24 34a BIle MI 129'Z! Mr Ola .. Iota and 8 Mk 1"e K1lmn INN"!
'. S.pln Land Ce.4.4t9\ atJ.L. .. . .. . . . . . . .. :.,.... ... . 211 34a IUIa b8'I II'IIA: !
'k Kmpire ....... Co:... :' aU.. ..... . .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. . . . 21 34.. 3:1a: ti-III 1llI'l: C. BANDY,
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4,; J3', :......La..tCO......... iii..1... . .. . . .. .. ...... ...;.............. 82 34a H3e tiII9 129'l Tax Collector of Osceola County.Notice .
( B.plN..CO..j.; .11... . ..'.. .. .. .. . .. .....:........ .. ... 114 54. 8Ae Ml UII'J i i '
1 Em..LaaclOO. .......;.. '.11..1..... . . ... o.. .. ... .. .. ..... ... 311 831.. MO 129'J :
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+ 1 ." Katpbe K-u.J.e..tCO, 'f-..;7.. &L1... .. ....... ...... ... .. ..... ,. .... . .. 4 36. S3a M3Mi 1I9l /
r' .1'' l Kmvite Land CoKmpire alL. ..... ... .. .... .. .. ... .. ........ .. .. 41 311. 3Xa Kti! 1192l \ .
:. Land Co.1... iii.... ..:... ... . . ..... .:".. .. . . . 8 360 S3a taro 12 93R.pb. NOTICE_ i
l '".' Land G. '. . all exceptneMk! of .w .. .. ... .. .,. ... 18 36. aIe too 13 1l Now Open for the Reception of Guests J

.......LaadCO. :. ... all... . . .. . ... ... .. . ... .. .. ...... . .. 12 56. XSe D41Xle 1l9'l: "
4 .w., Kmpira Land Co.) all.V ..... .. . . ... . .... ... .. .. . .. 16 11... MOSHa 1211'l \ i il t
+, 'i .. "liol ...l4. . .. . .. .. . .. .... .. .36ca NO6U :lliil i. hereby given that the followlnv deaeribed land will be sold at puMie auction on the
,. ; "taS'Co..' : .. .. aIL.... ... . .. ... .. . ..... ..... ... . iN 86. S3a : 121'l July.1907.at the City Hall at Klaeimmee City. Florida, County ot OeceoU.or ao much in the Beautiful City of !
1 . . . ... . .... . .JI a.'>)o Ills UOXle 19: 1p.4. :
K. "'". Laud Co. aJI exoept aeVi of a.H- t 'Jl will be aeoaaaary to pay the amount due for taxes herein aet opposite to the aame toretker .
S.. ; ..Land: : Co .. aU.. ''' ... . ..... .. .. .... .,..: ..:.,.. 2. 360 4114. 1:1: V2 .t of such..I.and aYln ,.I
;.t JPaul Hbaea.. .. . aJi tMaiaw'xt leaa h t.w nor m\4of\ m'/i wt < .
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140 ]
Ko>pu Land Co. .. all except.yda.yda 1 i ot nw&/ .::. '.::::.::::::: ; 5111. MHitte 3H NAME, I DF IPION OF PRP T:Id" KISSIMMEE -- FLAN

.. K.olN' LodCo. . .. aJL.. .. ... .. .. .. . .. . . . . .. ... .. 32: 3Iia 640 12 ft -.--.-.--.. -- . _. ,.--- -- ._ -- a. - ,
I ., U..-.. .... .. . . . . ........ .... 113 s... :ffie -*I. 2 01 .
4 f . ,Benrr A.d4 ... . ..... .. .. . . .. :11I: :Ik 83e 40 !a 40. July Rivdn. . .. . .. .. ., N't of lot 4 Rock QL. 8 hownaker'a Sub Dv of
i W A Roebuck. . . . D Uofm ... StS3 3Iia 3Ha 611 18... Block QL of Robert Bur Ad . .. ... ..t. . 9 1 4 '!

e $).4. '1 ., WAKoebuck. . . . b.t hi nAi of nwVJ Ira bat W8ILA.Id. .. .... . .. . Iota 16.50.9t. 2! A. E. Drought'. Sub Dv o11 .---
I ) + ) .ld 40, rona a 420 f t. fffrlt Mmi Bk7ckBLafRobwtBassAddbba. . . . . 524Rob.r4 i

I2.. 33 b7r :\110 ?7 826 . D dlt.Unknwn !IY

. .. e.S ... .... . . . . All of lII ob CL. .. .. . . .... .. .. .. . ... ..... 176 f
,. AWerman.Wt wndlTided H! lot In.Mi. .w. bib f t bt . AU of Bock ML. . .. .. . . .. . 1 '
L awoorw rnnaa420fte n W.O.D. . . . .. AU of ZL. .. . .. . ... 8 TERMS
+:..... 4a ft..b'I"u deeded to. a3 3IIe 3.1. x t' 25:! ., I. Pdg.tt . .. . .. . ... .. South Ilk n. . .. . .. .. .... .. ... .. i i : J
.... of ..wNsun. Crows .. .. . . Lot 4 Z 4. .Blk. .. . . .. . . . .. .. . 64
( U..hlU..J> eMiof.bee.//30ft..1IIUttw6aOfta2.Ott.; *74f t n of aw eor naU . :are 33e IJi :270 "rn". Pdg.tt .. .. . . .. Blk . . . . ..:.:.:..:....... 990 l .r

J. ... . . .eel4 of inwVX 18. 8segs . . . .. . . . Ll.ndIBlka.. . .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. . ... 16 7'LRob..ol. '$2 to $3 Day. r *
;t A v -5- '.. low. bottom. y. .bat 1M 176..sa.......e ofnw 140 yda.or w 10&yd.. a 10 runae yda.Jack 83M AW! 33e 8 ST. R . .. . ..... .. Lot 6 ll . ... . .. . . . .. . . . ..5JlmBmltk per ,

),f 4 Parker.., naUofawii......... 'KmWe 40 1711 . . . .. . . ... Lt4.'R1ln Addition. .. .. .. ..... .:. ...
,Bmp oo Land OoalL. ..... .. a6 3na 83e 640 12: W I $10 to $14 Week. t
. 3 !Ma 8Xe 63Ma 1292 per
&mp1N.Vo ..:, ... : : Robllw.n'.Addltkn, ,

S r9 KmpireL .lt>.. .. lot" *l.i. 9. 4. 6. 6 aad 7 .4.eH 4 a i"e 11UHfie 48A John Mabry . . ........ .. . .. Lot 4 Block 2. . .. . ... ..... .: .. ..... .. . .. . !

j SaPiraLaaclo.Land Co) .........:.. elf... 10 U 36a Ifila 39. I79 MO3r 1l1I'i" 1 4$ I. .Dewoa. .. ... . ...... .. . Lot 1 Block 6. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 1 8 7 Meal Tickets 21 Meals $10:
Katptre ,
S ..La'ndc... .. .u..4 >a ate: *40 1292 C..a .. ... ... .. . .. . Ad NW of R. B. In Block D P. lwA-dlt... 111 f. ,<

.,, OeaW Mann I.N'. tots ..... ... ... .. .. 15 ww 8Sa WH gal O. c. . ... .......: . ? .. lots L .and 10 Block Addition 3 U .. I
ltmMr. L.er.dCo. .... .4 ee .l4 of aw/Wand lots i eed'2.a.., ... 22 a :28.!!! BOH 10 19 .t. 13. B O..0. 'S
n Land 4Jo.- ... .. .... .... N 510. 9U. 1140 199J A. It Ad.Uu
+> C . 1,Kmpire Kmpire Laud Co. total.aIL..I.* .. end 4 aad n>4 of naH and S.15.Wlteh.rd. ..... .. ... .... . . LotS Block O.. .. . .. . . ...... . . .. .. ... .. .. 1
>i naMendeVSof 1' ad nwJiofnwW aejiof "JI86a a'IIZ Unknown. . .. . . ... .. .... .. .. Lots Block U... .. . . ... ... ... .. .... . .. ..... a C
''Beedv.La.dCs' ... aU.. ... .......,....,.... ..... ... ib 86a 8:51: eat 1491 Mabbetfa Addition.
Kmpira' Land Os.1/:. ,,' alleaat.._.Rlsrto.. .. .......,.......,.. S I'ra 3Ia sIO: 64$9
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,! 'I '..:&mpIra.eIlllCO......)..... Co...;....... all all aaat eaet of of River River".la.Uakaowa. :..... .......:....."............. .... ..........: 14 2ft 17.17. ilia 1.4 .160 8'JO' 6 16If. 69 U=: .... : .:: :: ::::::: : Lot Lot 7 S Block Blodt B IS.:::: ': '. : :.. :::::::::::: :: :: :.::: :::::: ; W.Th rIaJ
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.. ." ..,..?; .1.ta .In. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. ..... .. ..... ... a 36. 9y Y a M W. A. Patrick' Addition Harry :
1tmpIra ; Oo.I.t.) all.i..t. .. . . .: . .. .. ...... ....... ... .. 2 ... I'Jo 640 121'.z J. Simpson .. . . ..... .... . Lot 1 Block P. 14
1 ........ Land Co..1,.... all t.f. .= .. ....,.... ........... 4 lOa 8'le 639 UI" .. "Bimpaoa . ..... .... ..... LotSBlotkF... . . .. .. .. .... .. . . ,..... ... 7 (
; ";. ........1.emdc.-... aLL..Ir.l. .... .......u..... ....... .e ... I'le 6311 11 t2 R. .... .. : .. .. ..... LotS Block P. . . .. . .. . ... .....:. .. ..... .. 20 at .
Kmpira. Land Co. ..... .... ........ .. .... ...........'......:.... 0- 915 1.4.611 12..z D S.. ..,... ... .. .. . . Lots Block P... . . . .. .. ... . . .. .. . ........ .. I 42 PROPRIETOR.
1,' ., . t.V aU...... ............. ...0:.,.. .....4? Ie ... '1'Ja 642 1211t ,' LB8_. . .. .'. N.... .. . Lot 4 Block P."J. .. . .. ..... ... .. ". .. . 88
1f........J.eadCO........ an..f' ..."......1....... ......... 12 ... he 113II 1294J : CA. Wa3yan.1. ... .. ... ...... LotS Block XIV.. .... .... .. ..... ..... ...:..... ... .
.:Kcapin 1-ead00._.... ,aU..j.: .. ..... ......... .,............. ... 14 ... 34 4141 12t2II' A. H. . ...... ...... ....... S H of Lot 1 and all Lot 4 Block .. ........ 11
.1t..LeDdc.. ........, aU..,.. .. ......: ........... ...1* 5y B3e 661 111" Spi ... .. .. Lots Block XX ...0. .. ...X. i:. . .... 1 M 'dGY C _
:p'1' i.) Kmpira. ......00. .... eft...,....,,.. ...... .. .......,. ............. ::10 315 9h ell 1291 U.-.t.. . ...... ... .. Lots Block XX.. .. ............. .. .....t.. ... .... 190 1 fC G N, ,.
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Kmnftra Laad Co.v..t.f all.. ........f'-,.'..*,,,...d..u...... >rt910 I'Ja fII 1999I Gage H. Iey Eat....-44..... ..... -oLIBlka. B W.-.l..J..'s .
I ..1 I.p4t. Lana("...*"..t aD., j44v.*'..a'.o..t.,*,."....... ::116 ... 120 648 1292a Surrey .. .,.... ...... .... ...... . 1
o- R1ap4r.. Land Ca......,,'.......rd1.. -,.4,'.,..>,V'.k.........:......-... :18 94. 1 134 641 1291 .. .. ? 1
a ....... ...... Co......... a11... ..Io....,.". ,......."'...,.......-.4. 80 .... I'Jo eel ,1216 Dnplattad Land*. __ .' KEEP A COMPLETE OF 'THREE
'SW..... ...... Co...,,"':. ...L.....,...u..._ .... .....:.............. n I4a I'Ja 640 1216 Mir Annie Squire....,....,.. .. .". BW54411tb'HWKd11WU Bee. 99TpfB.b. 8 MUnknown. LINE.
T, ,k' r ...... ...... C."o....,'.....H....rr1...........4'N 340 94' 616.5 12 11I1 .,... .. ...?.....,. .. Bear. 61d4a.IOOekdoNsn47flde/ I ot W
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