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: June 7, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00284
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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*lal__ Established I S 4.1 Ca>ollda*.4Y ;' , es.ead.tebu.wd IS.'. I OacmUttliaal.. 10 OJ: Klsalmmeo City Fla.., juue"7',, 1907.' \ Vell.'X':' '.','N":''' 34- '

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: account of 4-Kld breach a fore*a Id. these resolutions be published In our County Court in '::' T .'

COMMISSIONERS' The said W. R. Carter respectfully. local p.per.nd also that a copy be Action. .,. .
.1 asks: you to take this matter into con. furnished to the family of the late Sir, The new County Court for Osceola '
PROCEEDINGS: : sideratlon and take some action uponIt. Oil bel" County, which wan, created by the And( See ,
-, Repeotfulr| submitted There being no further business the last legislature, held its first session
----- MOON A OUVRB. Board ajourned until June
Saturday, in the County Judge's office at. thecourthousethismorning
-. Attorneys for \V. R. Carter. 16, 1907. E.'L. LI!:. LJlY: Clerk: !!, The officers F All Sorts
,,10 full Report of' Business Transacted: After some discussion It was agreed By $. H.: Bullock D.C., s of he court present were Judge r e e '
: \ to pay W. R. Carter the sum of (200 ? w.R.. Johnston : .
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Solons at Last County Attorney
' ), l''M by County In full settlement of this matter the Thahk You, ,Mr. Fell. J. L. Moon; Sheriff J. .MV Walker: Of
1 said Carter to release the county In and Acting ClerkF. Vans '
; Regular; Meeting."I writing from further indebtedness. KISS*ISMER CITY FLA., ) Agnew\
any The
"" eOllrt called
was together; In
JUlie 1907. "
The clerk: was Instructed to draw a special session to , NEW. THINGS'
KISSIMMEE,FLA., June 3. 1107 warrant for this amount and to de- P. A. Val). Agnew Esq. !guilty from Ben Wooten accept colored a plea-of,'who Gal and the
'The-board of County Commissioner : DEAR SIR eel
liver same to W. n;Carter or his attorneys : was arrested by Sheriff Walker-
o .. met on above data at ,10 a. ro., on receipt of the release-prop Yours conveying' the Information days ago! charged with selling few For
there being Walter Bass. $r., that Mr. E Nelson desires liquor
present er Iv executed. ; !Fell to out at Anderson's turpentine "
: chairman; J. Bronson, J. St Stratton I The following bills were then examIned -' present annually .Ilolcr-aoedal to be court7.enLenced the to Standard' Jay'
fit commissioners I1 A. Van Agnew for by the clam prisoner New y
; competed
and ordered paid; graduating pay a fine of 6::: (1'or servethree '.. J
eta'M county attorney, and S. H.. .llul- Walter Baa Sr.Co......',and n>U.*.,.| S 06 of Osceola High School, on terms ,to months on the county gang fi 1
(\QIIQ -loch, deputy clerk.: 1 R Bronaoo.Co._' and collar I 00 be prescribed was read and was *nthuslastlcally -- ---.,- .
:; lyThe minutes of the last meeting J 8 Stratton, Co._' and mtfean. <4< 00 received be a very large I
.; W R Godwin, 0..come' and mll_. II 00 ..For Sale. I
Mere read and audience assembled In School
approved.communlcation 1 H Walker' ,Co._' and IS 00 t.heHijfh Fashion'Sheet
n; A, from Leon Hebb, E I.i.-.,.. era k and auditor .,. ., .. 17 no Auditorium.On Seven lots Men's' ", ;
; )t administrator of the estate of C. K..lones P A Vana Arn w.attornsy for Board. BO 84 behalf of this large. audience large on lake' front at ', .
J M Walker cara Jail .. It M alldtbe J. WIULSON.. JR.,
fIG deceased, was presented to the D B Brown' janitor... . 2ft 00 the school officials, the pupils
4ato" ''Board' as follows: Valtao.-w. prlnU_. .... rA.)7.u> 1040W public generally,'we desire to express --- ,----------r--- .
BABTOW,.. FLA.. May 30, 'lI n. L poor farm... .0 00 through you to Mr. Fell the >n ITS A' BEAUTY s '
Kiarinuna*Tel. phon. S WKia
Mr. Mann Bass, Chairman Hoard of I imnM* 1:....Uat Co. ll.hU ".?... II 00 grateful appreciation felt for this very Women's1am
Commissioners, Klsslromee. City, E L iMlar. 101...*.e.rt Adeovy.4<< OO generous compliment So far as we
I ,I A Lanoaitar, aalary ........or r atotrattaa are aware this Is the flrtt Instance on iir "
,1\0\ Fla.; .. .. ... .. .. tot to record where from Siberiacomes It aimtratd the most : .
: 'IJI'110 Dear Sir : I M Walk**.atpanaa*.rireuii court.. Sfl M
,.f'M. ;. H W B Draw Co. lard blank. .. 0 OS an offer of annual award to a up-to-date>a in Children'sWear
\ I: have been Informed that the. county I. B on poor f arw.. ..>w S tt bright student 'of a public school rcu '

la" or public road leading to the orange W Ca.R Johiuton.... >......Co.....Judge.,.. oota.lunacy SO Florida., This fact added to the very a way that will 'I'* -
the K.
trove belonging to C. Gao Ovantraat.. road.werk'.t.t, TUndaw high estimate our people have alwayshad '
: :( F Jones estate at Hammock Grove had Bro. htmbarroad. wark. ..,1O/ 17 of 'Mr. Fell' qualifications and delight fou.. ,
410 ,i. been fenced off or blocked ID someway II Dann.npalraroad work. .. . SCO 4MTldUTm.MD.onavtalttojitU. usefulness as a public spirited .citizen, 4-
IMea and this Is the only way pf"ac WatraC.-GroCaf..._lee 7t M renders the gift, doubly.appreciated. .
cess to the property. Kindly bring Vallar .-_ wit am ........."". .. ( SOBtaiutord Please say to Mr. Fell that we respectfully
this matter before your hooorableboa..d Canaa Co, that this shall be
I auppllaa. road work.. .... .. .ITS request
and hat.lit.. road opened If SlaW Bank of &......_ clay and known as the "Fell" medal and that
I. possible. We are at a loss to under.stand : frel8'bt H ... ......' ... ... Itr each recurring year the' engravingshall ;
t why this was done just at this : 1 L.OvaratrMt. ts.s..gM.nil. 41 10r so'indicate. STANDARDPATTERNS
H Lawaoa. itatkmary circuit court. S 00 r
$1St time Thanking you for any trouble' C L Bandy tax eollaetor.__lone. 28 TO Please say to Mr. .'ell. also that AT' .'
ri,1\; roVl may have In this matter, I am, H C Htanford..1oth1"1L"'" lunatic. f M when the business calls made' upon
Yours very, respectfully Moon*OIlTOT. for W K Oartar. 200 00 him required his absence 4-
H B YowalL court tawarapbaf aprlnctarm. ed.
LEON HEms, Administrator. 1IOT n' A..v M OS from us, we felt for the time deprivedof "
As the Board was expecting. to hear E L i..i.r.eleoil, Ill M a warm friend a wise counselor .. KA"TZ"s' '
,,1 from other parties J M '90'.11,.. alUrlrT. ermlta.. t40 76 and shall 15c' 'Higlier MMr1WNOAM
spiritedcltizen-and None
ep'LLp )later on In the day W R Johnatoa. onunty joda. ertoa. eaaU 5 M a public ; lOc add "
In reference to' this road the matter 1M"...... _wi"( crl....ewe T M confidently look forward to the time lu ti t- \
U. ,4,4the'I was laid Aside for the present.A 1 M Wllkar..'""11''. priaoMra'taad . S8 S when be can be with us permanently -
letter from T. M. MurphY, treat The report of Messrs. Blngham & aiding; and co-operating;! in all good Paint ftttd.Pap .

urer County llond-Trustees, was next Farmer for convict hire and a draft .works U. M. E VANS. .
read as tollows:. for 1223.45 was presented to the Board. H. C. STANFORD Improve and protect your hou eJ .. n
KIR8IMM E.1 FL.A.! May 13, 1110;. The said report was ordered filed and C. A. CARSON. I will be pleased to bring my 1907 ,
Hon. K.: L. l.A.le'Ierk. Circuit the draft turned over to the treasurerfor Committee.A sample books to your house and

.1 71r1T Court Dear Sir Osceola: County. Pension collection.rjatm of Mra. Matilda -" ppy-Mother make decorations any suggestions that, you in nay the desire.latest i

..a a Herewith. and Bond No. 22, which Crews and Jj,C. Yates were examined: will see that her baby Is properly Drop me a card and I will cheer ) Sunny South Stables

has been taken up this da/, and for and signed. oared for-Ho do-lbif a !good purgative -! fully furnish estimates on.paper, .. .. '
44,0 which was paid the sum of ton hun Bond of J. C. Griffin to carry firearms is necessary. Many bablet sufferfrom end-- painting ; : : : ; : ': 4
0 0.01 dred and ninety 6.>-100 dollars by the with C.AY. Griffin' and R. T. worms and their mothers don't
Bond Trustees to the State BaD.k'of Butler sureties, was approved and know It-if your baby, Is feverish and INGRAM dos GILBERTI .proprietors.\ .
A. i .
the Klssimmee.. signed in open Board. doesn't sleep at nights' It la troubled qEO.E BARKER; I
Very respectfully, C. Mating appeared before the with worms. Whlte'a Cream Vermi yeewcow..wasu..e..e..w..aa..owe. .
T. M. MURPHY Hoard on the matter of the road leading tugs will clean out these j worms In a I ti
tee Treasurer Bond Trustees. from the, railroad to the. Jones mild pleasant way. Once' tried always ,ORLANDO, FIXRIDA. I LIVERY ,SALE and BOARDING ,BBJOADWAVj $1I

I.d Which letter. was ordered filed and the place on Ingr am's Island. He stated used. Give it a trial. Price 25 ---------------,- --------:- ,
red account of the Bond Trustees to be that. this had been a public road for a cents. j rt .ioa' $ a ,
Uoal.0d therein'stated. number of 'and was regularly bold by Roberson'a Pharmacy. .?j-_Ji..>:.alkaarrAesae...+ .w.
credited with the sum years r. _..__ '" ,.. _...'n $ r ,

his The report Road which Supervisor was read then presented and approved County surveyed Road and Book platted; that out recently on the the I; Representative-- Broke His Arm. 4 M.' TILLERS .. Well equipped with New'Stock and. ": hioles.r: d $ fi'

+ithou and ordered spread on the road had been obstructed with a fence I Last Saturday -morning as Representative $
none minutes. which fence he now asked the Board! A. E. Donegsn was board- Real estate. AoeRCY. prepared: to_meets all,. demands with Perfect,Satisfaction -.;l ;rf

Road Supervisor month to have removed. After discussionthe : ,., : .
eon! Report of In it the train Tallahassee for home j i -<- \
ending May 31st, 1907: matter was referred to the attorneyof he stumbled, over a. grip that was '
1 have unloaded seven carloads ol the Board.W. lying In the aisle of the e ach' and :; { "- -

/ clay during this month. Have hauledmoat R. Johnston asked: authority to fell against a seat'fracturing hit arm '' 'Realty' 'bought and sold'. %it.a; HEAVY-HAULING A SPEC14LY ;; (: t> ''
of the lumber for the Bryan purchase the necessary dockets for at the elbow. . Houses rented : ,;, ; : ,

,: brittg e. Have pulled the.stumps and the county court,'which was granted, He suffered intense pain all the way . Taxes paid and Titles;ver, .
''I. plowwd OM mile and three-quarter of and the clerk was instructed ":to ,purchase home but did not realize that a bone ), ified for non-residents. i t '. a.n : .
L the Po nt road. Have been over the same. _
broken until he
was .Sunday- whop> .. ,I
Ie.. "road to Whittler and out to Dull O. K. Franklin appeared,before, the went up to Orlando and had U ;examined : Fir..,. Life and Accident In-, I''

Creek. I found the road thvery good Board and stated" that for a number of with the X ray, when It surance. ,*r.
condition, except the small bridges.I years be'bad supported Mrs.,Me Gill was found that the little bone rightat 'Indemnity; Bonds.
have boup.durlna this month B013 at an expense to him between MOO to the tip of the elbow, known: in 1. .J : 1 Y AKE' R'X
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feet of lumber'and 4O drift bolt*. 600 per annum. That owing financial QOmmon parlance as the"funny bone" ". .. -. "- '
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troubles that had come him '; ,. .
(Signed) OEORGZOYER.TREHT.Messrs. upon was.broken. ' 1., a rij '.V R1PF1c ,
. Moon & Oliver,' attorneys he was unable do do so any longer He Is now, however. resting comfortably -;- -, $, ,.; ,,''t
, 4 for W. R. Carter appeared before and be therefore asked: the Board to and drawing MO a week',on '
the Board In the Interest of their make arrangements to have>t.heoouat1 an accident policy. < -\* -'. fverybOdy''iHI r its i it= ; yl."Firesh .
client and submitted the following: take charge of her; which request) the Mr. Donegan exonerates Peter O. .\:'
I' State of Florida ,* -- / Board granted and J. R. 'Bronson Knight,from all blame. That our Stock U complete up-tot. Bread, sCake ''and;
County of Osoeola. L < was requested to make: suitable arrangements
To"the Honorable oard'of County to have Mrs McGill conveyed Death of 1. W. Cornell.: i .date, an'd-our, .'pries'- the' lowest.. '

Commissioner for said County in to the county poor farm.A ,. ,. 'I
said State .' verbal proposition in reference to This week: we are balled upon' to I ? P.ia. .EVe1Y; D.ay-: :: --.f +
The undersigned Moon ft Ollytlr. a part of the. Pleasant Hill road ,was chronicle the death of another one of .
attorneys. for ,yv. R. Carter, respectfully received and the Board deferred action Klsslmmee's pioneer residents, ,Mr. J. ENNiS' ,
represent- to jour honorable thereon until afternoon. and took: W. Cornell who died, at his home B'RO.S.I t
body that on the 14th day of December a recess until 2 p. m. Sunday night. .nd'''a. burled at Rose GENERAL .. : t
1906 the. Board of County Commissioners At 2 p. m. Board reconvened pursuant Hill cemetery on Monday, FINELINE- .
for* said county in said to adjournment and suspended Mr. Cornell was born March 14, EVERYTHING 1 I
4a y
State contracted writing with said business for ten minutes in honor of 1836 In' ,Saratoga county N. Y. 'J
} W.' R. Carter< ((a duplicate.of which unveiling the statue' and monument at When quite young he moved with his NarcoosseeFlorida..
written contract '1In possession of at Richmond Va.. erected 'and dedicated parents to Illinois and lived there .1 Candy % .r Nuts Lunch GpodSi; .tEtc.BUDDEt

your body, that it would take from In honor of President Jefferson several years. He came to Klssimmee : .
1 aid Carter two hundred carloads ol Davis J In March 1883.. His occupation wasgunemithing I ,

road clay or Bartow rock at a stipulated The following letter. was exhibited \ '; engineering .and me- .':::::a. REV.VO.I k
., price; that on the 6th day .of to the Board: chanics. -
May 19O7, your body notified. the,said TALLAHASSEE.: Jape 11907. He leaves a wife and six children RESTORES VITALITY '

Carter..In writing not to deliver any Mrs. Marlah B. Gilbert, Kisslmmee, two girls and four boys-all of whom . )'. TREES ..
,more;: - y county, alleging as an excuse: that. Dear Madam: Mason McClave, who lain long
- ', there had already been delivered under : I hare the honor to advise that the Beach, California. He also leaves WellUMof
I said contract 6,000,000 pounds of Governor has this day appointed you three sisters! and a brother to mourn lslesworth.NIirseries.

.Bartow rook, meaning thereby construe County Treasurer in and for -Osceola his loss. T His ... ,
t for Florida. : ,
said contract all calling county ,
200 carloads of .30,000 pound each, The appointment has been delivered Card: of Thanks: R: VwO3flY: CHASE W.JJOABD,4oawr'h

5 when in fact it''was Intended and to the Secretary of State, who wll) KISSIMMKE, FLA. June 6. 1007, .prwa..e.flu*.....1.. la SO*.,... It MMpowertullr & COQ PrqpRiETORH; ,"J* .'

agreed when said Contract was exe- forward you all the necessary papersat Mr. W. B. Harris, i dltoor of.the Valley Young neaeaa end quickly.regale their Cure Kw*whoo others falL F't t
cuted by both. parties to saltt contract once. l Gazette.We old man may recover their yoathul manhood vigor., and byname We will h..eTready"o"\'I., t Fall and Winter planting' general
that the word "carload" la said contract Yours 'very truly, would like very much through HKVlVO. U quickly end quietly r., assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie 7..
should mean the amount that /I DANIEL. A. SIMMONS your paper to express the lore and moTra Weaknaaa: Merrouane meh tract loat- Vft liy..Memoir 8es U ties .OUt? trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and, ,

each oar was capable of holding; that -PriT. Secretary.The gratitude to the many kind and sympathetic Waitloc DItte_as..and Power.aO.......Falltna of.ael/-abua or Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind... "0' ay ..
In fact said Carter only delivered 100 Board agreed to meet again on friends who were so attentive ..ce... and Indiaoretloo. which unfit* on for All budded from'bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to sr
carloads to make said 6,000,000 Saturday, June 16th,Ito approve .the to our father and companion In his !Rudy. ,business... ormarrlatra. 1 1 not only cures name. Our facilities forgrowing'nursery stock: : are second,to
the ,
pound. and I is still entitled. under aaldID"ractw bond of Mrs. Gilbert. last illness and death; also the friends ...... fate a. and seat fe>l of>o dlnnaMi..l "Milder but U bring a(rat le. none and our trees are as fine as money and t"enty' year's exper f ,
<< deliver to bald county 100 In reference to the. proposal of C. that so thoughtfully. and .uDb sl'a.. back Lb. pick (low" pal.e t>_..and r*- !once can piodnoe.We are making a specialty this season of the.' ';
more oars of said road material!; that' S. Acres above mentioned. the Surveyor ingly assisted In securing the appointment storlnc.. the Mrs a f y-jlk. -It ward oH, n, famous California Valencia Lnte,. which is destined to become 'the ,
said Carter Is.ready, willing and anxious : was Instructed to survey a road to fill the unexpired term of proaehlncdliteaaa.. It earn be.rrkdlny9.pookerBy buiatonhavInK REVSV0Snootber. greatest money-maker!' In .Florid, Our Valencia buds,'oome .direct
to comply fully with the terms of from the northeast OOI'Derol the Buck- county treasurer caused by the death malt Sl.OO per. package .r.ll'OI': ...00. wStre from. the best bearingtrees In the d(strict now famous for producing '
said contract by delivering the remaining el a place to Pleasant Hill church andretort of our much honored friend and with free advise and con DM!to all*ko wick tV. the best,Valencia-t .California,, y ti
aaar.atea Clreulara
100 of said material to the Board at. next meeting.- 'thatsuch tree. AadreaaOMU
and that the refusal oars of your body to 1 The Board tben caused to be spread rent. kindness Let us assure and friendship our friends will not HEDICINI CO., Mule BU*.. CIa.. Write. for,Prices J. Wi.'HoARb'Gotha: ; Fla., or calf and; see;ou'Ntir. .* '!

accept the same la a breach'of' said I upon the minutes the following' resolution -be forgotten. We feel that t.he'Lord, For sale In Kissicnmee, Fla.:, by 'the series .at Wacoon.: ; F1oJ: Midland. R.,,R-. Y .
contract on your part, and operates expressing their great esteem has wonderfully blessed' u. In directing Kiss imt&ee Drug'Co., druggist-. I ,
greatly to the damage. of said Carter. and regard for the. late J. R.Gilbert, us to cast our lot In1 I such a com 4 :, _
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That he has gone to great expense and Sr., County Treasurer: manit)". ... --.-- I r'
trouble in preparing and, mining said i Whereas On the 31st day of May, MRS. J. R. GILBERT SR., AND TAM- .' 4 .'
rock and In preparing to mine the A. D. 1007, J. R. Gilbert Sr., our ILY. 1 .. ..
same for delivery aforesaid, aud can-' late worthy County Treasurer, departed 'r r1k
not.submit to the breach of said contract this life; and Ancient Rowe LUDAMBDBAI'SWJcr.FEsUU i '

but Insists upon the terms; 'of Whereas, By his decease the. city is a'memory'of'the.. : .c:A..AIt5O' : JOaw i 4 16& I1. .. CAtOSON. ,.-. thriaset.
now merely .
the same being carried out, or that he, and county have I lost one of their BaUal' '. Snow Liniment 1s favor-past. --e..w tv-..-..... Yet.-er.laset, ,Caailler. a .
be reimbursed for the. damages he has roost worthy citizens: therefore. be It the I I1.sasewsytrAl aa.+ ._",-.
sustained and will sustain' upon account Resolved, That we the Board of ltd liniment of the twentieth C8Dtllr)'. ti..........-. ..u.__r..e...4.....-'e:: '.State Blink :'of : 'I
'BEP X of said breach of same. County Commissioners. In session assembled A positive cure for rheumatism. burns -- _._._. ,..... KlssiitimeeV' ;.
In order to avoid the'' expense and do extend to his cuts sprains;neuralgiaete.r' Mr. C. a..0.-wN'rases.M Wtlyre : -
: family our U. ; aemoet'_.._..;1.nwre.P. 'Kisslnuu x .
Runyon Stanberry writes
MO. : Phi.
vexation jneldent to lawsuit in re- roost sincere sympathy in this their '*
yard to said breach aforesaid and for great loss of husband''" and father "I have used Snow Liniment rheumatism 01
oo other but a Ul'laaiadoll Through the seventeen of the and,. all pain.' I can'&.,. say For 'Sale 'By; Oscebla Pharmacy .
purpose years enough In its praise." Mla "PlT "".;'.''.'':'' _'H'!'' ;' (. "oooea" t,
1 his legal in the faithful, conscientious .
upon rights premises courteous Eor*.ale Roberson's Pbarmao .TOCRMOtDgRS LI ,.... ... .
and not waiving any of said rights discharge of th. duties of his office : by, ,. .II.ITY .. . Gee"'D.I" ,

the said Carter makes the following' Mr. Gilbert mad. many strong and I Look;'at This Batfai. |. A* .AMto- HELP: Tie OFFERED .. ; .ww.r too, O,.!Y.; 'ai
offer of compromise of said damages, warm friends who also keenly feel his I" : { .. )' : -
the same being the minimum damages loss, and we feel that we would be remiss iaoblls, .. '' '.A;'ap.OR'd'ats"Natt.i'&..., a i
that he will accept In compromise, In our duty If we. did not do all Four- cylinder, twenty-four horsepower TO sTOlVritT........_YOYTMO___rm.eke ;........ t. r,>M' 'Qttckaage. Roo4'a\:e4 .poise "ck.aeat
w.-.r. :
'vUi. MOO. But this offer Is made on la our power to, as t...-as possible, ,' fire passenger, forty-mlle-per- ... ---............... tre eak . ; ". oiler"i.,J 1',', '",
'" the oondUlonr that if it Is not accepted express: to his family our condolence, hour automobile for as).. New* last .smhatae. isiertr. .i--w-......-... ,;:-:::1Ii;: J,, .! '.YOUR, Bf lil", ;'.80{IGTfriNiL ;
ti :it is In no way binding Upon him, and and thus ,.endeavor ,lightentheir year; i liD/perfect, ''condition. Cost .....ts writs' sa f.r..r ar..t eau ....

that hi case bs has to a\le. he may sue sorrows. ' a.'lOOt wit Mil for cash at.1S6O.. 'I.=: 1.i:;td.Yy.'1- ......... '_ ... .
for the real lam.paa.uta1Ded by him .Resolved; further, That a copy 'ofI Bee DtiNCAjr c.FELL Orlando .. 't - . ; '.' A-: ; " '' I,'
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Jli 1iCiiiL relations! Yet to conclude taut Uie TO RAGE PREJUDICE

-- -- .. girl deserved to have none was cruel ,
'. _', '..':--.-.- : :, and unjust. Miss Wllloiigliby was, 1 Doings in Florida 11 F

ahnnied/ .of her hard thoughts He-:

I pWINE : sides she had heard,' from tile Sister Attacks on tho Japanese in ,

ka/ ; I I opened About those!her eyes letter again. Then, nnd Katharine looked ,ki s 'Frisco are Attributed: ; ".- .... ..... ... -..... ..... ... ... ... ... ..... ....... ...., .... ".- !' ..... ..... ... 4 .... .... ... ..... ... -4 ik

If she .oiild shank( ... "' .\, Representative Dudley Dead. Plans for Good Roads Meeting.
,,1 1 .............................. -.. I "Do jtia",,know in e now dear" asked v! Preparations for the .entertalum nt:
})j By WALTER CISANT ;KE e I lilies WJll uglllly. lion John R. Dudley of I111111bo'
of the
.............................. "Yen' I know SO SAY THE YELLOW MENMikado's ough chairman of tJto house commit and, reception' of the members! .
you. Association
of Florida .
Good Roads ,
..-I\ -, "You- Iwvo been very .11I. You are tee on educMloil. died In Tallahassee, "

. ,. still weak.-, You must' not talk munch( .Subjects after a four weeks' Illness of typfaold which 'is to convene' In Pensacola on ,\ (
r:= .. . . .- -,_. -, -_-. -' But tell me your name," In Hoodlum-Ridden fever. "His body was embalmed and the 16th Instant, are now under way. '

fI It- III "KallmrlueJleglnrt.Vlmt ." / City Held Meeting and Issue 'States shipped Plant City where the funeral !I The local Good Roads -Aesoclation and ,f. I II

Al' UI- 'u "\ ?" Minn AVlllouRliby started'"Ilow merit 'In Regard to the Situ- took place. The body was escort. the county' cpinmlsHloners will acT.'I'

CIIAI'TERYII., j- n-Jtb a girl who bal the manners of a did :you: gel: (that IIn1l11"?" ed'lo the depot) by a number of his i jointly In arranging; for 'the sessions .' ,

.*We were parted. lit the togI Lore holy but has been picked up starving. "It is uiy Christ" name" ,, 'ation former 'colleagues In the house 'of Yepresentallves' J I and at, a meeting' of the former body

rot'neen her since Hint night It was mid confesses to,liavliijf no frleiula and "Wlmt I* your unrnajneVlint" 'na Francisco sa'sTbe.. and will accompanied by' ,,a committee,, was: appointed, to confer ",

In 'the fog. "We tried to die together, 110 relations a certain sonretbiiigronslralnt your father's nnmeVllloiijrUby ? A 'San special : his wife and two small children his i with the county commissioners and ar- .r t

)iv, ,Dlttmer" she wbh'pered-'p did indeed (lonbt, roiidesconslori! remarked or Plmcourngenwnteutumot ""W'Illouglmby-Kailinrine\ \ Cnpei: !? neplnaIt Japanese association composed of mother and brother .Mr, Dudley was 1 I tango a program Jpr the ebUrtaln. .,.

tifr but we were not slowed" \ but he Is strange Have you any rela- leading Japanese residents, Wednesday one of 'the younger members of the I meat of the.visitors.! The local association \'

,, "Come, Lily," said the gentleman. In the manner of cstcndlng or withdrawing lions very iinninl "WIllouBhby/ ,,: made the following/ statement of house, being S3 years of mike| He was 1 was organized only about two

"vVe block the way," the hand. ChaptersWholeessaysgreat ". onch profession and I! months since 'but contains of ,
"1 have no relations nt D II. a scbool I or by sonic
view ol assaults
/ the recent "
nils/it. be1- written Japanese :
He pushed her, gently Into, 'the car Then she closed her eyes ;again.Trfave . for several years. was l principal of I the most prominent citizens of tho
shades and grades committed against the Japanese in the :
the i ,
: and notice ot on differences( '
l liege followed taking no
all of the clerk. of"' h.ikliir Ian nds l from the alTiiblc her .IIOW, i ald the nurRe. I city. : Cord, !, academy near 'Plant City. His city! and county as members, and lheso.I'
; cheerful "Slip Is w'enk, and had better rest anti ability: secured him the chairmanship are taking an active Interest in'themovement. "
of to IMe i
Dlttmer ran straight, vltli the dlscovery greeting n prlnci TXext I "In the first 'plat e, tbe Japanese
jiniFpvhloli a work-liouse clinplaln: bestows po; to sleep.nstaln: in the house which he most strongly The sessionswill: be held I ',
of Saa the
to Tom, and was greatiy.astou- 'residents Francisco rt'.ullzo '"
Ished at the effectwhich the Intents tipnjn' his "IICP| |). day :Miss VTlllowaliby; called fact that the present conditions in desired! that of the'education commit i lii the court house and among the j

i" gence'prodnred him. Katharine, however, noticed nothing Apraln, brlns'jitf' prnpe Every grape| tee. Hu was ttie author of a state uniform features proposed! for the pleasure of '
upon\ difficult for .theauthoriles
this city make It
the butch WAil a Mg tear/ of repentance " very ;
Tbis was the reason why the,adver. In thin welcome.VYou upon textbook bill which lie dd; not the visitors will bo trips oven' the-: .
to extend full protection. /
beenno'e( she bad thought m>>>
tlseiuents were dlxeoiitinucd. arc. quite.\ stroiiK and well nsaln: Bet before the house for consideration. constructed hard roads especlally -f'i
btrik6 newly
understand that the .
rtielly of her p/itlent Only patient They upon '
now, -are you? nuked the young lady I his Illness resulting In the bill remaining tho one leading, from the city to :,
never knew. When one goes about acity the street railways puts 'a heavy taxupon
,' CHAPTEU XVIII. "Quite (thank! you. on second reading.'
and ah excursionabout
the" naval
A great deal 1I1111111C'et"1t11 manyexperiences the police force and that it
"Are Mill] living III the *ain' ,
' IN tilE \VO11KKOOV. you Universal regret and., sympathy: ] forth harbor. Thn! 'will. be the first
most ot themof a truly the
louse?" i II : !"Is Impossible! to guard all places :
In 'an tipper room furnlthed ,,'Ilhf"Ioht "Ye," KnHinrlne replied without In- dreadful kind one nnturnlly draws: all times against the lawless' elementof . family! was manifested. ,!)}' the 1 If Bislatttre (lino since the organization the

ai or ten sewing machines there sat quiet conclusions which i would seem to mnny I and others who held the de I state association 1 that meeting will
(crest "n t the matter, 'They are the community." '
d., as many girls at work The! room wns people M-ho leave ni. alone" JII.IIC'1IOllt wicked. In the same way "They are fully convinced, however, ceasedmember In the highest personal be; held in NNVat Florida, and It Is.

) t vd ventilated and warmed; the girls "May I rail, upon you some day?" the doctor when you tell him cPrta tllthlll18 that much of tho'violence to which regard txpected; that the counlles. will be.
looked contented there no talking, theI'' worst. '
; was -Ceruinly. AVby not?" nt once auapects -' well/ represented.Fridmids .

but every girl nut over lier sewing ma "It IIII lOt be on Sulld'I)'. niter service Katharine: never knew 'ra'cial Tampa Preparing to Spread. .........-.-..
1' chine. and guided the work while the In bed already in !
She wan sitting
tip I
I[ shrill/ not interrupt! you then. My An informal meeting the Tampa of Hon. It. Hudson burr.
and down.In (hitlmost" which are being made la certain
needleJumped up a fair WilY of recovery."Are .
is Knthnrlne like -Katharine I
name yours city council wan held the past week! of the state railroad commission
ahd'On.rlll Instrument I the
surprising will tell you ""' llt enough to talk to. quarters to have it appear that
b In a smaller room at the back IVIllouKhby.perhaps ,,when Yep|/I call at your meyonrn day" asked :Mil's tVllloushby./ trouble confined to quarrels between a. which a lengthy discussion of the have tinnoitnceit his candidacyfor

i a forewoman; at work. lodRlugR. I should so much like," -oUe "Ob yen; I can talk to'lll1But; IImveonly laboring men, incidentally Involvingthe proposed boundaries of the greater ; o"f'r.-.r. It la said they polled a.

r Downstairs here was
quite an bumble kind of show room, in friend If you will let me." that you have done] for me." I can not "In support- of this view they di- a decided olfosltlon'was manifestedby and that lJ.. M. Ilarry-of "Jacksonville -

I .which one or two more sewing mu.' Katharine: made no reply. But her thank you yet-" rect attention to the fact that the rome of the members to the taking : Is one of Mr. Hiirr'a leading supporters ,
: shines I were at work. And at the back 'Io not talk of that at all.', la of DeSoto with the boun-
t eye fell upon the girl's drl'''''. Therewns I Japanese restaurants have been systematically park new Friends of John U Neely of 11.& '
; of this was a small/ office or sitting,\ "You must have thought me- moat 1111-\ i:
n colored ncnrf round tier neck, annoyed and simultaneously dary. Among the most atreuuuutt' oppo Tnllahaspei', Brut. secretary of the railroad -r,;

room conversing In which One there of were them twq was ladles the nnd a bit of bright color in her lint, grateful machine.when I wan Hut workliiR nil thnt lit timer the atacked. Hardly a day goes by. acre of the Including of the whole of ; ('tllII III h<&lon. say positively that
sewing :
: nnd tiui-colored gloves."I . ; south of Market. street Di-Soto park within the proposed tjx- he will/ lie a candidate to succeed
t lady who ran the concern. It was coil- were -....Ill.< like n dream. I urolyhalf remember In tho territory ..
thought she said yon I tension Is Mayor Freoker, but there ; and State Senator
ducted ou co-operative principles, I dl'PII1IIP'l1j'lSomC'llml's it. You were in inojirnliig first, that some threatening demonstration ('om1l111t 1olJlonUm
net \
In deep nioiirniiiR.Va' "
:which Is the reason why It has .(
been closed because, of all things ne, us If everything-\ a drpnm.:' m<. something." against Jdpanesa places of business who favor the extension of the limits t will also be a candidate. It Is autboinamely {

In this world, there. nothing more "Von are quite rlglit.\ I was in deep "I wns-I was In the very deepest in that quarter." to include the park. section, declaring! staled, for, railroad com.

p difficult than to persuade people to mourning lint oh, Katharine, on the jrlef nn well ns the depeest inotiriilnsr. After giving a number of spc'clilc) I that already. plans are ou Tout to cre I in lb si oner.

buy things at co-operative productive for lover wn said to be dend. And alof UeSoto second "Fort
b very day Hint I found you the moot my Instances of attacks on Jirpwnose restaurants jmrk a ,
.tores-that Is to say; where the pro low I am In the greatest JWlliel Halley." with Uiiibling' and I
joyful news Hint ever reached any !girl I between May 20 and May Bport-/ \ The poslofilce department Is making

ducers" sell' their things without/ the. me'to 11\\('. It told me that the-the iDinkfulneKH bemuse. my..lover Imn: I 25 the statement' continues: lug proclivities! ) even more pronounced I arrangements to discontinue! the dou'bk' .
medium of boss chief, bourgeois or ,
master pel'son. for vliom I mourned Was not been nilriiciiloniily, restored" to jne.Ousht I "The unlfoinilty of thcuo oxprvFs- than those of the I lately abolished I' daily! mall bcrvlce between Tampa. -}
lend i tell. but living, and I put oil ; I not to bp happy? Brooke. .
m Ions of hostility to Japanese )pri eludes Kcrt : 81 iVu-rtiburK and Manatee river ;
'" t This particular attempt was just mourning." "I npi so IlIHI1)! : lover too Is dead. I ; ,
, tbe In the stage when a little feeble uy"Was It lover1 But be cnn never be restored to 11I('." tbe idea that they are; Incidental results -. '' pm.ints. which has bean BO efficientlypi

at public interest in It had been excited "Yes! It your was loror. Thank God "Your lover, dear? Oh you hnlft I of chance rows between while la The Italian h.lp Euphliomla wan rfOrmed by the Independent /line of

;i i by superhuman efforts! ot its friends, ic was restored my to those who love lover, too and he was killed like mice? boring men. They are entirely I distinct sold at auction In Pemracolu a few bienmcrs and a vigorous protest, Is ""

v and success seemed possible, though him." Ob!" She took her hand nnd pres.ed j In character from the acts of violence days ago bringing $285 for hull masts, going up from luminous! men of Tam-

t-M R there were many anxieties. The two Katharine It. "I know his name because the Sister growing out of the street car strike eailt, anchors, chains and all equip* ]iu and along", the 'rl ute in consequence. ,
"Come Sunday said ,
i ladles In tbe office were discussing suddenly' on Interested; "1 will tell you of rend bio letters In order to find out where capital and labor are ut war. neut.! The vessel la in fairly good con- '1 be board of trade' of Tampa
anxieties and possibilities. One I' estimatedthat
these who were. Ills name was Tom. dUlou and it Is the
you clearly expression of very toWachliiKion
all 'my trouble, If you are not too happy They are an has sent a strong protest
r ,of them! the manager of the eonN'rli. 'o hear It" .Y".., It was. Tom. And Tom In race prejudice to which the peoplo) expenditure of $1,500 would put, her against the' proponed
a lady no longer young: had spent del,d." In seaworthycondition.. A local Junk
her whole life among the working- On Sunday morning M IBS WHIouglibyonlleif. "Will you 'tell me something more of no other nationality are at present dealer. was the purchaser of Lime xcssel: change 16 4\ oic: mail service. ;

,:women. But she could not bear the ?" askod. "Xot subjected. 4
about yourself slu more
and most of tho equipment, and the I
', "My denr," she said to the younger tory' that morning because the,, girl than you want to tell. I am not curious 'The Japanese residents of Sac The board of bond trustese of I't'n-
at which the vessel la sold leconsidered
: It was the who lay In bed with some kind of fiver further Insist that no provocation within few days advertise '
y, Jady-: same young lady Indeed, but If I ran help you---- I.Francisco While Bucolu will a ,
++ bad caught! Katherine on the bench! as Her ,head: nudbec bands were hot; Oh! let'me help you, because I met you has been given or Is being : 'ridiculously small. for the dale ot $400,000 of city Improvement 'iI

'she'",.. falling forward-"I really do her words were.wandering.: She spoke on tbe very day that the telegram cnme given for these outr ges. They are on her voyage to Pensacola from .line- I : bonds. This board was recently

,:n think we have made a move."'' of the fog and of (the night and called which brought my lover back to life. peacefully engaged in a lawful occupation no* Ayres she was caught in a revere given authority by the cbuntry w ;
\ Tom storm In the gulf and when he "
upon to come back anUhelp her entered
;. In the evening when I went home the right to which Is guaran- to sell the remainder of the Issue Voted -
The above stars represent quite a But a a for ber story, she could not tellt after I left you-they brought It to me. teed'to them by treaty; stipulations. port on April 8 it was found that I two years ago for ..Improve

long conversation about linen garment because reason and 'will' / and knowledge ObI! my dear-my sinter brought it cry- believe that they are fully She had been damaged to considerable upon advertise r
"They and will now
r !, and orders, and expenses: and and aelt. ule bad left her: braIn.wblclf'WlI1 ., ng-my. father kissed 'me-and my extent. She was condemned by the meat purposes
from the of the abode of delirium. Justified In protesting against actswhich' the bonds for sale. The money ;a
receipts, co-operative point mother kissed me-and they, were all underwriters and ordered sold
't .vlevr deeply; Interesting, They carried her to the hospital' for crying and -I knew not why-on the place their property In -Jeopardy -. t derived Is to'bo' used In purchasing;
"And how do with women In the SInrylpbone Road There and their lives In peril, and they of I'ensacola! Water conv
> yon get on your very same day; when I found you, Can lion Charles, F, Loundsbury entogulshed tbe' plant -uie
'hands 'I' < was nothing to show where she came denounce ,us unjust such public/ criticism . the furtherpavingpand'drainage
? i !
1 ever think of that day without think IOgl !tor Cape I ; Colony! gHoutitAf''',:pa ny at A$187SOOland'for
There'f Is' -ngunl of from or who her friends. In her 'attribute. their' complaints!to t "offstreets.vf .
: the : percentage were of too'God' has to : .
stupid girls lazy girls,'and/Incompetent pocket-girls no longer except in books, me lag, so you that I may,; deal with given you you ts lie mere caprice..t war rT.7': : ',,-\.W\'i: '\ >"iS 'SnI 1[,S5?$ rfcavvaeoae' Iof i.GalnesVI1! 'p ,dlst/noj'/ !I, r ,; -.iw. -"> : ?- .

i girls. I know exactly what to carry treasures in their bosoms-lay 1 sincerely vlsltora: the past week duringwhich
'meantime they
; has dealt with me. And I can never' "In -the The ncil of- Plant City secured -
" expect The most satisfactory allIs tied together a packet of letters. They let you go iway-never, never." regret the necessity of calling for spe- time be saw a great deal to a suitable! lot on the Seaboard
the girl yon brought to me-Katharine. were from a man who signed himself "Ob!" said Katherine, deeply moved, cial police protection, but believe' It Interest him Mr. IxHindsbury an I locate well and tank for
railroad to a
." "Tom"-tout court-nothing but "Tom" American, and a man well known
"what I ? rather '
can say wiser to make that demand now and have let contracts
"What Is ber full name?" -and addressed her as Katharlae. "I shall never' forget that day Oli. of and well versed In his profession lie public waterworks
overt act
until some
H", "1 do'' not know-I have not yet What can be'done with "Tomr' This how I rushed to tear' off the black than waft has been In Florida for some time on I for driving the well to the
t asked her. She Is quick to'learn obedient Tom was madly in love with her. lie hinga and toMy dear, yon" are apart the mob shall precipitate bloodshed.more an Important mission his visit being .Hughes' Specialty company of Charleston -

and ladylike." called her every endearing name that a of that day. Now tell me more troubles and possibly for the purpose of sudylng the methods 8, C. !,'llI.nt City sometime aO>

"Tec. She Is lady-like; poor thing! fond lover can Invent be recalled the You said your name was Katharine: of orange culture as well .at the i I'otedbonds for public waterworks and i iI

i' Perhaps she was formerly a lady's put days of happiness together he Regina. That Is my name too. There MACHINISTS OUT ON STRIKE. various Insect pests and fungus'}, disease I to Institute u M'wrfage system' the ..'

d maid, looked the future.. lIe wa I s always a Katharine Ilegfiui hI the bonds have' \been fold and the money

':Paver thing! the other 'echoed.. In a railway train; tUt was on board a family. And I never beard of any Employes of the L. A N. 'Seek to en.; of the citrus family He has visit. I IK now, In hand, ready for the work ,
""'Ithout friends and relation. Left hip; be was among iodlers! ; he spoke other family/ which had those two force Recognition of Union. ed and Inspected .several of the largest : '

t to 'die.., Oh. what a fate What. of natives; be spoke of Arabs-clenrly nam('.. And your father's name wan A Louisville special says: A gen. and moat Important groves of the to )begin.A. -I

i punlchmentr' therefore a Tom among Egyptians AVIlloughby; Capel. It III so very odd. eral strike of machinists on tho Louisville state, and has conferred with a number I of the office

"Yet 'her face I Is full "of Innocenceand Probably a Tom who had been killed hat I have been tliluklng about It all and Nashville' railroad was or- of the world's experts on citrus chauge of managers r

purity. Can, ,such a face He?" ,le did not lom bow: write like an night. Tell me more. deaf. You 'said dered at. 8 o'clock "Wednesday morn fmjt'? culture, .who own-'grovell-Ill various ''of the Western Union Telegraph company .

i "She-said that she. had no friends officer; his letters contained no news\ ; you bAd no relation sections of the state. at Tampa baa been etrfcted.V.

and no relations.Vliat -can that for that be referred her to the papers. .'J"fo'i: I know of nom,. My father lug 'and 700"machinists ...-- Iz.:?: Moon who ban acceptably lined
AU be bad to tell he loved There are between COO for
, mean? her was that would not speak of his relations I the position of Tampa manager;
245 of A severe storm, which did much I
the road jl
"Let us go upstairs and,see ber." her-be lovedher-he loved her-and bave sometimes thought that they employed on damage to the chipping Interest passed the company has transferred the office
went vpstalrswhere Katharine was always and forever.ber Tom. them working In the South Louisville
i They I; quarrelled with him. He was once, I over Pensacola last Friday morning at I of :Mr. c._ 7, Davidson, formerly
sat at work before a sewing machine, The Sister .of the ward read these know In the army with the rank of shops. I oT the' iirunswlck office and
f quiet and, Industrial She looked up snored letters and placed them, with nIgb They ask recognition of the union 3 o'clock a.talnlng a velocity of fifty manager
captain! and he had nu annuity or al- Jacksonville
1 i that much honest love should miles an hour from"tli8outh and latterly traffic chief a. the
'smiledAS the ladles .entered the so and'a unlform.-Bcale of wages In each
lo\\'anep. but I do know who
not paid St.
\ !
be lost under Kntharlue0 Time causing a very' high tide. A dredge. room. Tbe look, tbe smile, the very; pillow It. or anything else at all about him. shop. No Increase of pay Is demand.

carriage of- her bead, were altogether enough to try and find out If she grew "What a strange tory!" ed. Master Mechanic Tracey states boat a fishing schooner and several Augustineoffice.. ":

y different from the manner In which worse what had become of this Tom "The annuity was not a very f large!: I that the strike does not affect the'! barges and lighters! were sunk orj driven ,

,the other girl greeted the chief. These and who bla Katharine: really 'was.' one, and I bud to give,lessen' *; I was work In the machine! shops. ashore along the western bay \Shore, One of the largest: recent real estate

:: girls were all what \re call! decent and She did grow worse, but she had governess to a liidy-oh, not n very while the dplp Trojan and two loaded deals recently effected' was the sale by '

a respectable; some ot them were'come-' youth on her' side and a good constitution grand person-whose husband was a barges welR ashore east of the city. Captain W. J. Hlllmnn of Live Oali't tl t//

1.r: some, were even pretty us London which had certainly not been TOKIO POLITICIANS UNEASY. ste'amers 8, Bradley of t''
clerk tu the city." I went there every Several and sailing vessels l to Peter B, and Robert

y work girls very often are; petites spoiled by luxurious \living or the want morning at D, and came home at 5. the dragged their anchors for more than Boston, Map., of certain phosphatelands ,
with sloping shoulders small of exercise.She lay nt the 'Frisco Incident Engenders Feeling of '
' narrow, even pointof 'a woman'.and ; .
was good: kind to( me.I a mile but were not Injured. the consideration beingmore
face/and: large was more a companion and a nurserygoverness --- This will mean much
o bred, and showed It in their figures have been nothing to establish her than special from Tohlo, Japan Bays; I+}han $100,000.
anything else The legislature of the state of Florida fur Live Oak for Captain. hillman is ,,
pr''s and the; ample 'Idth.-of their shoul- Identity but those letter' and her handkerchief ""Well, dear?" Leading persons In and out 't'politics .
tiers;. some bad the manners of the marked "I\:. R. C." Then she baa adjourned after being In session liberal 1 and progressive and his good
't | "My; father died suddenly atthe be- seem to have a feeling! of apprehension
hop: some of the factory; some, oft would have been burled, and LJly's. for 60 days the constltu.Monal: fortune means Live Oak's good fotuix > '
ginning of this ,.eu. But I was engaged regarding Japan's future rolailons
tile London back street! some, of the prophecy would have come partly true. limitation./ The liberality of the l legislature '.
by this time and t bad
as Tom with the United States. Actual
alum; some, of the farm: some, of the "She Is better this morning" said the I la of special l noyr, nearly two
was bappy amt full of confidence. I
ervants' hall; none ct them had' the Sister "Her bead Is cool. She has hostility/ however, la not thought
million dollars being appropriated, of At tbe winding up of the session
went to live at Harley House, a place
of but It is considered that the da-
which were shown so been sleeping long time.
by a
r' manner: where governesses can lire cbeaply." which more than three-quarters of a of the legist ure both houses held the
> Katharine's smile "She 1s beatitlful than float attitude of the labor Inter .t'
simple a thing at more ever In
'5 "I know the place. Sister what did million was for public education. A regular formal closing exercises, in
,jrlien'.he.lifted,her bead. her weakneas." It was\ Miss Wlllough- against Japan's treaty: rights, as man
t you say about her face? You was quite commission was elected of the jnem- which speeches of commendation ot Ji;I
She suffered no longer!: ; the knew not, by; who stood beside the bed with the ifested In the second Han Francisco '.
fight. Go OUt dear I know Ilarley bets of both houses to: continue made and a
; ; the Investigation the officers were
+ and bad not the,least suspicion, of the Sister and the nurse, "Sister, think of House. incident make local nrzliM.cfin! \ un- ,
a dreadful ,things that were thought It! She toM me abe was without easy. of,the acts of the internal handsome presents made to them by 1 'q' ,

+ ;' r and said about, her by the ladles friends or relations. Is It possible "Then a very curlon thins happened.Tom's Improvement board. the members and attaches, '
vncle.dled kud left bin all his i
ye" the very; ladles-who bad befrlendd "It Is certainly not posalbl?," laid the and for a.week wet'e.rlcb, VARDAMAN-WIL. .. IA"8. CONTEST. --'- ,,
we '
7r r her She was In a haven of rest Sister: "There ts perfect innocence In money ; With the commencement exercisesIn Charles M. Vett of Jacksonville : ;
But IIOlldtor-Tom' cousin d!
a covered. -
J She' learned readily .bow''''to' use the her face and-more than that-In her Will Be Smittl.d In Mississippi Primaries . .the opera house at Tallahassee, filed suit In the federal court at }fa-
.that all' the money belonged to
*f' :[ewlng machine; tbe even' ;took some talk. We bear the delirious,talk of somebody; ;else. So;we were; poor again, During August. Florida's college for women closed 'con, Ga., a few days ago, asking tea

Kind of Interest Jn the work; she satletesdily women whose lives have not been,'Innocent nd> Tow went t to'Egypt."" I Tbe Mississippi democratlo state amid a blare of glory the second, year thousand dollars damages'all.lnlt, fivecitizens

( working all day; ; she, gained and we learn their' past: Thisgirl's of 'Its existence It ,waif. a fitting termination "
.4'ToEIQ'pt r' executive committee'met In Jackson of Lau.ens 'county! : 'Vett was
.ufflclent.weekly ; and she bad mind la as innocent a. her face.You
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'i'room |n decent bouse recommehded't might make a painting of that and "Yea; be was a war correspondent""Ohl and" fixed(August l'as the date for -In every respect The audi a teacher In' Dublin Ga..andwn,. according "' '

r k >y, the.lady' who run, the. co-operative call It Eve Before the'van* or 'Una," ,- KatbarIne, +-.Hatbarlne"whflsaWilloughby the>> first primary'' nominate senatorial ence taxed the capacity Of the build- to a statement, the,victim 'of

buajlnu"' "** or 'Mary, the SIster of Martba.! She :; caught'her! hand- 'tell' in* state, '' district and comity offlcers. -' Ing! the commencement address was 'a plot made by the defendants'to beat t'

'The'young' lady-b" ,reijcner, .hook ?maT be friendless,; bat--" The Sister. tell me-s-what- be ;The second, primary ''will follow moat pleasing; the graduates acquitted him and run. him' away from Dublin,
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1 Greene and Gaynor Must Serve sent suffer"
I President D'o noU
Handed .,
I, put by ,, Roosevelt In tonces of Four Years ''.and Pay
IM I Speech at Unveiling of Gen. Law. of ,with \sevrei. ,
President Makes Urgent Plea Is UnVellcxJ? f at'Richmond By Fine $575,000. ,
ton Monument. Indianapolis.'President I Headacheswhen '

at College Celebration. --- Veterans and daughters. Tho: sentence of federal' court .

", Roosevelt was the principal IK She( famous Or'eene-Caynor. coed; Involving > .1 .

.speaker In Indianapolis Thursday over -
half a million dollars

ICOMMENDS ,at the decoration day exercises AN IMPOSING CEREMONYGreat
ALL TOILERS fraud in government contract work in .

I and-the unveiling of the Lawton mon. Savannah' affirmed Mon
-- harbor was
, I ument. As was generally anticipated day in .aa opinion handed down by '

Agricultural) Colleges of the Country the president. took advantage of the Demonstration: Ensues' as Can-I the United': States circuit court ot ...ipp T"r'

Are Boosted, and Boys Are Urgedto j f opportunity to discuss exhaustivelythe vas Is Drawn and Tearful I Eyes eale at New, Orleans The sentence

Pay More Attention to national railway nH lltloq and to Greet Magr.iftoent :Figure\ of '' and
Is four years' Imprisonment each
Scientific Methods, outline the administration program South's Cherished Idol. t'-u. MARK.
a fine aggregating $373.000. Judges''
jf regulation and controL Will Cure You. '
Sholby and McCormJck handed down / :,
'' ,
ot ,
'The greeted an'- memorial Jefree.son
Speaking upon the toj>l lci"The Man speukut vas by An everlasting
the maln- for tbo whole boby.To. expect
the opinion, which was on an' appeal, ; Tha liver Is priafr
Who Works with Ills Hands," President ] audience of several- ,thousand people Davis the patriot and statesman, and 'Pardee dissented. good health one must:keep tho Thor in good order.. :To do *o, aat
1 from Indianapolis an4 {the" surrounding who was the chosen leader- of "The j Judge regulator Is needed.' Horblno will fmtyour liver in tho condition i'
Roosevelt, said, in part: first and only licnjamln Greene and John F. Gay and will not author headache
territory,' ,,Enthusiasm manifested Lost Cuujse, and the it should be you from
., '"Tae fiftieth "of the' nor, the defendants appealed on 193 ,
president of the Confederate States of
Itself\ in continuous cheering' ; as the
:' founding: ,of thU 'college Is an event president polte.In the most oinimlfc-. America., was unveiled 'In ,Richmond assignments of error, Most<.Interesting' : A POSITIVE CURE:
of these was the claim that'their extradition
I Of'"national 1 significance, for Michigan' tic terms of he railway situation 'declaring Va., Monday as the crowning feature ' from Canada which FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
.a case
of the annual reunion of the Confeder-
was the first state in the union' to emphatically/ that' there was went to the privy council\ of England FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
.0' ate veterans
no occasion for alarm uneasiness,
i found I.hls. the first agricultural col- aud that administration. proposed Under a perfect sly with bands before being finally tried, was Illegal. AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

I.1.> lego In' America. 'The nation lit to be holding the ?balance of justice exactly ' playing crashing music .' In. which They claimed they were extradited ;

congratu'I .cd 09> the fact that the even 'as between the "Dixie" and "Maryland" were prominent upon one offense and, tried upon an-* Has Done A World Of Good. '
other, Upon,this point the'court say: ,
't.he remnants of the armies of
congress at Washington."has, repeated nod the peopleIn part he carrlel'lI/: / ,
the gray passed through the streets "It Is not ,usualnor would It be Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls Texas writes "I have'used
ly enacted laws designed to aid the "For more than one expedient or' practical, fop: *a warrant Herblne and find it the beet liver corrective I have ever
peculiarly glad that this year 1 speak of the Virginia capital, and out on trlod. It done my family as well aa myself a world of good,
Bev rill) states In establishing and 'of extradition ,to describe' the crime
memorial day in, the' state of In. splendid Monument: avenue-where; and I recommend it to all my friends.. I never sutler from
'maintaining .
agricultural and mechanical with all the fullness that would be "
member of the
shaft Every '
.' dlana. Is hot another class ot'our headaches anymore.
colleges; citizens Thorp! to whom wo owe so body of old men'who were able to walk required In .an indictment.. While extradition Sue WILL.. BW IT.

: .J, "For at least a generation' we have much as to the veterans of the great I at all took 'part' The daY' and the. and indictment. roust be for

been wailIng to the knowledge that war. 'To them it was given to tier- event wilt live forever In the ,memory the .same criminal 'oft'enae. It does' notfollow' Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
there nius. be additional education bo- ot those present. '' that the crime must have. the

Scud that provided in the public other form feat the ono can be.feat compared with' which, for no to j Secontl only to the tribute givento same nam In' both countries." 500.502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS MO.

.chool as it Is managed today. Our the memory of Dixie Land's great Tho defendants were extradited f r.1
them It glVcn to
.ncliuot s>'stem hua hitherto been well- union. '.' was preserve chlfetaln were those offered on every au offense for 'which' they have been

nigh wholly. lacking (on the side of 1nduitrial "You have left country hand to the women ot the south whose t.wlce' indicted and' Recommended by1
a so genu .Sold .
Replying\o tho contention that their
: training of the trainingwhich inely reunited thD'l all of us now. In' gift the monument Is. The ceremonywas '

tits a man for the shop and the whatever part 'of this union we live, one of the south. No other section offense was extraditable under the For Sale 'at ROBER o. ts DRUG STORE.. .
farm: We of the United must tieaty-lbe court holds first t.hat"lt was -
Stajes had any i hart In It. 'The veterans ,
have right to (eel the keenest pride
a J
. develop a system under which each selt dcvo who fought: for the "Lost Cause,'' were extraditable and tl\en argues' that evenIf ._ ---- --_. ,- ..... - ....,...,_ ,
tot only in the yalor and j .
Individual citizen bhall, \be trained HOaa gathered lonelier to pay their tribute the treaty did not on Its face, allow -
tlon of the gallant whowOl'e
)you men ,
to be effective Individually as an, to the 'man whose memory Is revered extradition for their offense nevertheless KISSIMMEEBTEAMETR
the blue, but also In the valor '
economic unit, and fit to be organized above nil others. The speeches the' parties to this treaty could .

with his fellow so that he and: they and self-devotion of your gallant: opt counseled the teaching of loyalty to have taken action to make the Instrument

can work In efficient fashion together, |)oiputg who wore the gray the cause for which the southern, cover tho offense and I that
"Tho hero whose monuhi' nt 'we today : '
"liu: it b a curious thing that In j states struggled, but there was no.) such action would have applied! to a RIVEE :ROUT'E
unveil, by his life, bore singular .
industrial: training wo have tended to the completeness of the Ingr in tho teachings but\ what ''elicited previously committed offense .
devote our energies to produce high- testimony the sympathy and'* approval of visit On the'ground that they were fugitives s -
In his youth, | > LILLIE
reunion. General Lawton STEAMER HOSE AD A.
the rather than l.i from Justice the court dismissed
trade men at top brs from other sections. '
fought gallantly In the civil war Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay .John. l1. Jr.
the ranks Our englneeilnK schools That the great multitude had gathered the defendants' plea'ror benefit of the
Thirty-three years afterward be again statute of limitations. Regular veeUIy trips to Basslnger e'*d return.; 'Rosea4a leaves KI..I..
fur Instance compare! favorably for one 'alone was evidenced .
marched to war, this time againsta purpose vies Tuesday morning, and arrives lUsslmmee Friday, evening.
Judge in dissenting-
the bout In Europe, whereas. we have by the attitude the people Pardee goes '
foreign foe, and served with distinguished further Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeec>ol>e and Fort My ere' on tb.,UI11.
almost the | who even than upholding the pleaof v '
done nothing to equip prl- toward William Jennings Bryan,
Comfortable for Rates reasonable
and as a accommodation a
ability success \ passenger .
rate soldiers'of the industrial army- was the; guest orthe reunion. illegal extradition and that, for the
general officer, both In Cuba and In The most picturesque Waterway In Florida,' /
tho mechanic the metal worker thearpoutcr. He given a remarkable ovationas statute of limitation. He says quoting I
the Philippines. "'hel1 he thus aerved :>For Passenger and Freight Bates,apply to
<' Indeed, too often our 'he drove through the streets in from. a court decision: Cx..A,Y JOHNSON. 8R Proprietor. ,
it was in- an army whose generals *
schools train away from the shop and included uot only many of Ills old the line of march, and cheered to the "It Is better that a person should On board .MUtU." Klssimme. FU

the forge; and this.fact, together with echo as he mounted the stand just before escape altogether than a Judgment of .
comrades in arms, but some of his old ..
ib, abandonment of the old apprcntluo the program was begun.At conviction of an infamous crime, ,
system has resulted in such an opponents also, as General Wheeler the conclusion, of the unveiling should sustain where the record does rf"'t" -""' 'Y..A-" ,. -"'"
and General Fitzhugh Lee. Under him How
ubaonco of facilities for providingtrained ceremony there were a number of' not show clearly. that there was a ,.
-both among the commissioned officers "
journeymen that In many ot calls for him to address the people, valid trial .
our. trades almost all .the recruits and In 'the'' ranks- -were many but these were immediately drowned He holds that the Introducing of \ -Woman May Triumph
men whose fathers bad worn the bluo
among the workmen are foreigners in a chorus of "No, no, no!" many accounts defendants as documentary .
serving side by side with Bothers evidence should not have been allowed .
.Surely this means that there muse be times repeated.The objections came .
some systematic method provided for whose. fathers had worn the gray ; from everywhere, and were led by and that the 'charge."of the trial 'J ,1N THE WJtR BETWEEN TfiE. SEXES
but all Americans new and nothing : .
,training. :young men .in the trades, sandy the women of the Jefferson Davis judge was erroneous, any ordinary '
united in their
Americans all
..I'r that this must be co-ordinated with but Monument Association, General Stephen case would warrant. If'not Absolutely '

the .public school system. ,fealty and devotion' to their cdmmon" D. Leo, grand commander who require ji. reversal. 1 By Maria Corelll. I
s '. .
ir .", "There la but one person whose welt nag ,and their'common country.' presided? at the stand,' announced In The first Indictment. 'In this case -. ."" ,

hre'1as,, vital to the welfare ot the\ ']? Reverting to the Issues -of" the day ringing tones: \There will be no poll- was found In' Savannah December} : tt 'V -v---- ,,,,!, ,
the president said .in part: 1*"" 1899, 'so that decision comes
.. whole country a) Is that of the wage- tics here. :
"tireat social and industrial problems AKINO It (U evident' that
after 'seven a broad aurveT'of the contest/
and six
Worker who does manual labor and As soon as his name was called, years nearly .
confront us, and their solution months' fighting .J man's war with woman will never end till she herself( leaw a
that Is the tiller bt the soil-tho fariner. Mr, Bryan made a ; continued against, :
If there Is, ,lesson taught. by demands on our part unfaltering courage thouglrtolwlthdraw; ,:.rim, government :P roaecuIon.'''G r ease and "' how,to conquerhim'She' can'do'lt so easlly'itsh.oali; ; .
.one ,
; .
win needenovlolence-mm discussion.
+ lit FV
self ', ; ; wordy ? "
p'' history It,'*la'fjtbatf.of j the J permanent I ,; and.yet ia' that wise S"op'ftcte good-natured$onek, hand He J .: eallzedthat l .. !id' hel. appeared_ t.b i day nor,can now' either' apply for,ajehearingjjforfgo :.' :( ;m I k-- "his'battle', '. against her today;Is I'an'iastinctlve'drake; to '
f so
greatness of any state muet'ulttmate : restraint shall neither' be daunted. by' difficulties fore the"*people \a|polltlcalf 0161170; jtojtne? 'supremeIcourtson' *" t ''I''. .I 1 '1'o,...., ''t tect;her f against!herself:;'to tryandipresenthef!' J !, .l'r1' miIng .:
Jy depentl\ more upon the character of we would be attributed'to him bj many a writ of' certiorari. ;TWlille all that Jovely.Tererencettenderness'anddelicacy'# :

its country population than uponanything nor' fooled by those who and for that reason' be had opposed the attorneys for Greene andO In lopg-ago.old poetic'daya ruade'him lift her to tbe altitudeof l

else. would seek to 'persuade us that the going on the stand at all. The prompt ynor will 'not \.discuss'' their future '. an angel and guardian goddess .of his life: For In"hit.

: "Ambitious native-born young men difficulties are Insuperable; whtler::011 suppression\ of the calls saved an embarrassing action In the case pending the receiptof heart he would like to be able to say. to her as.I'annucclo del Bagno of. Pisa. .;

and women who now tend away from the other hand we are not misled situation. the full decision ot tha.clrcult cour; wrote to. hla lady-' ; -

back, to It. Into showing either rashness or Yindlctlvencss. of appeals, lit is expected that the
the farm must be brought Ono of the most touching Incidents '"1 am all rapturous r,

..,.Viand therefore they muat bave social of the day was' the, presentation ,of fight in behalf of their clients will,be Since'' thus toy will was sot.
t : as well as. economic oporlunltles. 'Everything "Ono great problem that we have the descendants of Mr Davis to the carried to the United States supreme To serve thou flower of joy thine excellence,.

should be done to encouragetho before us is to preserve' the' 'rightsof groat throng court, Every:. possible appeal will be' .Nor ever seems that anything could rouse ,

growth in the open farming country property; and these can only be This occurred 'at the conclusion of resorted to in behalf of the convicted ..:. A, pain or regret. .

of such Institutional and social preserved If we remember that they the program Mrs. J. Davis Hayes 'of men, r But on thee dwells my every thought and senia; -

i movements as will meet the demand are in lots jeopardy from the social. Colorado Springs Colo., was led forward ". Considering that ,rrom-thee all virtues' 'spreadt'I: ;:' f '"

\i' of the best type of farmers. There 1st: and the anarchist than from tbe first and Introduced as the.daughter RAISED, A TEN-DOLLAR NOTE. !I I . As rrom.arounlaln-head. \ ",. .
rich 1-v That in thy gift Is wisdom's best avail1 .
should be libraries, assembly halls, sotr predatory man. of President Davis and then foN
vial organizations of all kinds. The "Every federal law dealing with lowed Mrs Alice 'Hayes and Jefferson Young Woman Pleads Guilty a'nd.Gei.. And honor without fall.1? ,1i

Bcho3l: 1 building and the teacher In the corporations or with railroads that Hayes Davis', whose name was transposed Five-Year Sentence In these lilies may be found an epitome of the women's "right," which. i

school building should, throughout the has been put, upon the statute books by an act ot the legislature to At Baltimore, Monday Mlsa Bessie If faithfully adhered 'to. should govern, tho world! It 1* better ,to be ,a,
during the last six ')'e&rs baa been' a Cleopatra than a'suffragotte' even if Antony'must lose Actlum. And It
country districts bo of the very highest perpetuate the name of the Confederate L. Bond aged 26, pleaded guilty In
type able to fit the boys and girls step In advance In the right direction: chieftain; William Davis Hayes' the United States 'court to Woman would Impress'Man' with an abiding sense of her'moral and mental,I ifthe
"There can be no swerving from note-raising power and with the purity .of her Intellectual influence upon tbe history of
not merely to live In. but thoroughlyto and Mrs. Webb all children of;Mr. and and sentenced five
was to In Jail
enjoy and to make the most of the the course that has been thus mapped Mrs. Hayes.' at hard labor., Miss Bond was years a church time she must begin to1teach. him la the- aurseryand. achool-room. not'at i
country.: The copntry church must berevived. out In the.legislation actually enact Last of all, Davis Hayes Webb lie treasurer, She raised a $10 banknote polling-booth.

All klnds' of agencies, from ed and In the messages In which I great-grandson of Mr. Davis was In to f 100 with 'cipher cut from -

rural free delivery to the bicycle and have asked for further legislation. We troduced. The great crowd cheered other) notes, and turned over' the bill I -....-' rt

the telephone should be \utilized to best serve the interests of the honest each one enthusiastically and kept to the -pastor of the church as par; .

the.utmost, ; good roads should be .favored railway men when we announce that Mrs. Hayes to the fr6nt of the stand of the conference fund. The Imposition \ '. .
should be done to will follow out precisely this
; everything we many minutes bowing acknowledgments was detected when the pastor
mane It easier for the farmer to lead course. It Is the course ot real of to their, plaudits. attempted to deposit the money. b-L'1 .

the most active and effective: lnt Vec- ultimate conservatism." The event was a fitting, close to I. '
tual, political and economic life. what Is universally recognized as Contingent Fees , '
"The/) farmer must prepare for using GFfOUND BROKEN AT SEATTLE probably the last "great gathering of COUNTER ft10\llt.'BY: PRINTERS.. ,

the knowledge that can be obtained the, Confederate veteran" '
through; agricultural colleges by Insisting For Alaska-Yukon-Paciflo .Expositionto Typographical Union to Combat'' Action a Discredit to the

upon a constantly more practical Be Held in 1909. THREE,, PERISH ,IN FLAMES. of MannUfa ture,.' Association.At .

., I curriculum In the schools In which With most Impressive ceremonies, a recent meeting of the Atlanta Legal Profession '
his children ore<< taught. He must not Man, Wife and Chtld Are Cremated In Union resolution
ground was broken at Seattle Saturday Typographical a was .
lose his Independence. his Initiative a Fire at Newark, N, J. > .AAAAA. ..rA. ,
International .
for the Ala 1 ka-Yukon-Paclflc ex- adopted requesting the -
self-sufficiency and he were? lost and'thousands .
Ills rugged ; yet Three lives : b
.. must learn to work in the heartiest position, which will be held In 1909 of dollars' damage 'was done in a /frro organization to 'set aside $500,000 to.1'I By Hon. Joseph H. Cfioate! .II11FI..WeSJea'IISj'

co-operation with. his fellojw. opening just two years from. date The which': started shortly before 2 o'clock be''.uaocf, against the proposed warfare \jtr"t to GreafBrttain: .

President Roosevelt d Ivered an day was a holiday. Monday morning.In Newark Turn Ver- on"unlon'la.bor: ,

:\ address'Friday afternoon on the cam The city presented a gala appear. cia hall, at Newark, X. J, The $atioual. Manufacturers' Association .......... HE chief cause' ofdetractlonrot, our,'absolute-Independence;;

1' pus of tile Michigan Agricultural Col- ance, and amid,the blare ot trumpets Eight families occupied the floors I -of America' has. pledged Itself :J, 'and disinterestedness as advocates," said he, "Is that fatal

the marching of a military pageant above the hall and the policemen were'1 j to set aside annually $500,000 'to flghilaboV : 'and 'pejniclous change I'made several generations by

\ max of the semi-centennial celebration Inspiring speeches and banquetlng.the kept busy rescuingwomen and chlldien. -' unions 'This action, on the part ITI statute, by which lawyers arid,clients are permitted to makewar

of the founding of that famous. 'Jnstl- inauguration of .active work on the lot i the typographical association Is Intended i agreements' they please as to compensation, so that contingent -, '
fees contracts and :even contrt\ctato': '
chares .
move. tot'
; tutlon."SOMEBODY; Pacific world's fair was celebrated. ad a counter NMaNeN
: Z, pay all the' expense and take half! the ,result, are permla- r rNeONNi r
r. : ELSE'S TURN." slble and 1 rear not uncommon. '
'iN HONOR" OF JEFFERSON, DAVISAIITraineon1Seabo -. HOLMES PLACED. .Oil TRIAL: I ',", How can we wonder then If community; 'l Implicated' ,, .,'

;: Twelve' Men Finally Selected ,I After. .. ... .. .1 t I the lawyer'who' conducts,, cause' with the morale of the cause and ot tho'
,. President's Answer Expressed< Hope; : d Will ;Stop for Long and Laborious,,.Effort; Cotton. ."Leak". Grafter Arraigned..,,In .t client?. .If he has. bargained for a share of the result what answer. can we ,

That He Would Run. Again; Five Minute.' ,Twelve; men to try 'William p. Hay- Court at"Washington. ,* make such a criticism TAnd' .

I( At'' Rockwood PaJ:, 'through I which President, Garrett ,,of the SeaboardAir wood ,for: ,bis-life 'on'the' 'charge that'' 'The trial 'of. Edwin S.{ Jlolmes';,:Jr., :I ; how; Can we' blame the community when It suspects:that such, practices . i

-President ,Roosevelt ,passed: at j110'i ; Line railway 'hast issued, an order he 'Murdered former Governor Frank( formerly assistant statistician of the, are fre4uent.or' common,. and 'even sanctioned by 'emlnelltmeinbUlt'I

. !i 'o'ciock'Saterday"Mr. Roosevelt shook that all ,trains'i atop tot fire minutes Bteunenberg, have been finally chosen1 departmenttof> ,/agriculture,. ,bu 'the "I of the profession If ''they confound us all in one indlstingul'' .hable''crowd.(

.' ''h'a.1d.. with'a hundred or,, more pee: at 1 .o'clock the, afternoon of ,.Jan. at Boise, Idaho and bound bypath\ to charge ,"of 'supplying advance informi- anti:refuse to accord, to any"of ua- that strictly, professional. relation., to.the .
'r JlI ,.. "Hope .:Tol Will be"a candidate Jefferson Davis'Aronu cause which'the. English barrister enjojst, ,f'' ,
3rd ;when the' deal' Justice ,between;state and" prls; lion on'the cotton: Crop:teports to New( aw tabors : '
'shouted which And bow'ean the courts put full faith In the sincerity of as *- :
_again one meat, is being unveiled 'at Richmond. oner* Thewearisome'workOf. jury 'selection York Brokers, wa begua lid the, su'.,I to suspeetatof "
i "No' : to :them la ,the administration! justfce'U'tbey fjrre rr sou ,
the pretidentreplled quickly' no. :
,, 'Mr. Garnn la from'Mississippi. and ended'unexpectedl; r :Monday- at- preme court',ot.the :District'of" Colum! \ share of the result **.* J '*,,,:;t
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: .' days. Not. good in Parlor! or Sleeping caJs.: .

the largest and Goods Shoes . Ceast Line "Norfolk Flyers." '
O.s Clothing
Dry :
eery >
p, 0.._.. stock of our )line ; .
85 89
Oa.O.P7, i 82 80. I
+ V Lv. Klisimmee 12 30 a nil I 1 07 pOlLy. Norfolk5 10 pm 8 Z5 a mAr
none but the and Notions.' Jacksonville ,.,..30 a m 7 00 p: m Ar. Jacksonville 2 20 p m 9 00 a m w
ft frl : '-, Jacksonville: 9 30 a m 7 35 a m Lv. Jacksonville '2 30 p m 9 30 am'
C purest. of drug Ar. Norfolk ... 7 30 a m 8 25 pOlAr. Klsslmmee. . 8 15 p in t 14 p m

r.r The f Quickest Line! Double Dally Service.' '.,'

I' .11Reporter ;: in Pharmacy are filled H..VCV.TAIVFORD.o Only. Line Operating Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars and *PullmanStandard ;:

iA Monday years'actual ex Buffet Sleelng Cars. "'1

swing "" .:b. Trains No. 82 and No. 85 carry Pullman Standard Sleeping'Cars between- li\!

CL Uready E. this mean some- .. + - .-. Port Tame and Norfolk and Trains No. 80 and No; 89. carry Pullman.' y
the { Cars t.weenJa.ckloD\'lIle. and Norfolk ,

v?> reading decidedly < i sufficient help t6 THE ATLANTIC COAST' LINE :

packages withuT. ;: O'LA' Write for illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive motter list of 1
.AD' after the pur- hotels, etc; V V I
passed is not idle 9 For reservations. or information, oddreas. : "
of" the we want your 13. W. CARR: T.' P. A. Tampa, Fla. J. O. KlRKLAND, I). P. A., Tampa Fla.
town of. : we know we "HAR: : } -1: ACY. S W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M,: T, C WHITE, G'P A., Wilmington.N. C. '
i penalty I ; __ V I _

ance .. r """ """' "'
some better - I THE Don't forget us when in S I i .r
ly In C. A. CARSON Pr.. jI..t. N. C. BRYAN Mcr.tery.fT : .

county sale Drug < j"7 LEADING need 'of' Anything S H E V "
t babe
,r t 'has gone } 1 .,
DRUG in the Drug
months S ceryco.1
y ing its Waters & Carson Gr

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public -'--- --- Line.
there no I I. a S S ---, HboUfUiU ..<] Retail. De.leNI., t .
Htateof l la 119_ -- -- .-_ i I''
3 good L. W1NN, '
yt of our . . ; Bottle oi "Herblnc" FREE to Everu Gustomer.VVVVVVUVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV. ; GROCER'IES ._,
votes &. l ANn l.CNUwON' :
duty of .

":t every it a. hard ... X..!tree I _i. \ COUNTY AGENTS FOR

? possible. ', ; .......... 1-
-- -- 1lA'Y I I Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES f$:
SIMPSON Portal" and PtaHomry" Enirlnoa and Rnllprn,?,tV is A err nd Saw Millamari In .ovun.lae.. Friction Foal Cable l I.Ufhtninu me A I IN ETC.
eta Patent Chain Het Work, and lim.roxed 11",",. Ajax enter) Crank :
? For a \ Rntpne era Nn.'ructed ,vlth i apoclal reffrance to the 4 p elal work n i Clrcalar sad Price.* m
x tie qulredof them. Thl" comblnatkinof enainaand mill niak Fnrailnbed o. Application.: T&
the bent' aw mill outfit on earth Sol /i'
i was to Pharmacy.! on lihrrattermn. Write for Illui
had been l rated 1 1907 catakxrua. and price :
and of : > ?f..a. ,MV..tml, ? ra CumnleUlin.. carrlol in muck fo
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!Raop. 111. imw.diste hll'm..nt. i
the plans. o. 70- Jun t&, l\r. .. *uent.. for the tclo JJ1DES FURS W OOL
hosted Old tiaoo
tree's I} lien l-nclvci XfDiaUnee ''
y r I'hon,(&i74.
tired *, M. D. Ccus3.tryProduce a. Specialty.J
t ,',t Japanese presented ) lclan and Surgeon.!: L ;

d ,[ and a, : Duzor Building. MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY ...,u ?..
under its - .
l, most as. ,. ids Reoldoce: HJ JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. 22 OCEAN!)'ST. ,
these- 11 11 lilt, H*. '.
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.at W. WEEDON. x"U"' ..,'ter'1V'ur"Y'rtE'9t'4'. : ""' "'" ".,.,....-"" "vo..,.--"U"'V' 'Hrau.ado'V'.. ,

a, I Uf'tl how things,to in i .AND THROAT.

hades some ver Tampa, American, Fla. National Griffin DIAMOND PAN r :4 '.

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repartee C. .ORR I i ,
present OXFORDS t
It u idea.for [ z
i mt least i'a I Fancy Family Groceries ..

ars.if ,, Duzor Building
.them.Mr: Fresh Meats. Are maJ Oxford
,1 -. No. 75. over special Laats. :
8 with a .. and t114 fo .,
-- -- -- - --- clasp ft perfectly all '
,r of cigars Deliuerv Every Day at any. flour Patronage Solicited. tIf \ at r
IIblu.Those Garnishment. 'udutlrtati E18caeatEcdcxaai8clnudta6iaoc>ari A.A.A, 'Ate point..fitting snug up uoJec. tba..arch 1

I H. C .) In 11'.nci'. . ., aDd at the .heel!,; without unsightly; {
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Mr*. /.. ''' >'' \ '''''1 ''' i Mrs.: I \ ','.,,\ ",CIvUAollonJ-; ; SHARRISM D ii. 3 i S'*X6 t f.& It ? N MC RWANHARRIS' P 1 d rn is unusual)oxford'!quality''. ] 'make'sj r ti 1, ,4
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Sears !. \ ," J" <'r. t( i < f T !v [H T 'Tfe ffn'WritsM&llWfitrto; , , ,< + I I' Dr.mond"fOB"i"d t lowcuts" := < sfsa' 'J&SfcSISfr'Ifl worth..<. ,, ;' I
Mrs ,and all other whom SANITORIUM.: ; .
i* :0"! I3 na '. .. ia" for. ,
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V: notlBed that a writ of nar- ORLANDO, FLAA *
jr Mrs: Gllb laaued lathe above eat,..,
,la the hands of the At- Priyat Institution built and equipped with all modern TAYANGTnR DfAlfft i IFVOUR5 HAShl( TKU4 ,
Mrs. J. Railroad a Corporation h.. conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of
.." 'fied by : and that unlcts you appear the sick MAKERS '\
pointment ; on or bef9r First day of / V ,
ceed ber by default will ho Rates $20 to $30 per week, which includes medical at- ".t-
stand her tendanCe. : .

:up and.. <\ D. l'J07 Out. charges for surgical operations. are moderate. |WI' MAKC MORE MNC! SHOOS THAN /.,, .
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an : I'lalntifT '
15th. In Wear f 'i1\
;l is : the Peace Firxt l>l trlctJsotice. '

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ti"I School .: 11
/t given that on the ivtli day
"with his
Jerry M Potter. died near
High the : <2a. The said Jerry M. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
upon been of age: height 1\tevl;.weight
\ i hair light:heavy tunniathe.
principal. .of the personal property
and Putter I. $521! .00 a u acrei of iiarpenllna FIR.T AND LAST WILLOW DALEWHISKEY ,f.
,"have been worked aevoral
'a Words :
property and landa aa '

w o j: I"kindly feel ) of the Carroll Interest rail of potter.the said lie $MDBRANDSIIDEMean[[I $ ,

husband. orange grove In hU own

? MBS."J. there l. an, Indebtedneu $ $ made to all who
dollar Kb lawful I heirs l
I buy or wear them., In styleease
2 .
People L. 1> OVKR8TREKT 1.
1, F..weel Jerry ".Potter ,and durability, Shield Brand Shoes

liver'a ._&-4\ toe the mark of perfection. EXPRESS x xQTS.cspRpAD
-- nTULL985
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'tion. ,V. : Notice. eOLD BY RCL.IADL.B MBRCtlANTe OHI.V< ,
j writes!" M. C. KISER ,>
CO. Manufacturer ,
stud KinD to all person hold lug ]
.. :1: ever. : qalo.l Ibe Ktlalaul Jerry ATLANT CA. iIOOOOOOOOOOOOI .
it. It is to present the name duly Send ns $2.85 and we will ship you In a plain '10t
for. nnder lgrJe 1.. t. It is by law,otherwlM the lame quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prepaid.
Sold b I all pemon iadebted to said Try it and if yon don't find it all right and the .A.
to make Immediate best you ever tasted, send it beck to ns at our expense
: : undenlned. and your '2.85 will be promptly refunded.;
-- Isn't that a fair offer? f
A I .lh: F.L. OVy'R8'1'REIIT, Remember we are distiller., so when you boy r
'escefend KaIa1e of Jerry M. Pottor, Osceola from ns you save the enormous profits of the deal ?
;, .Rates County 10 era and avoid all chance of adulteration. Yen are
,,1, 'cation for Administrator. W.. L. Van Duzor & Go., sure of getting our,whiskey just as it comes from .
JE. F. J> I our distillery without being tampered with in '
yty \ : ." ..... _. ..__. _ ( ._ Abstract Company --I. anyfotutullaq.prattaoftmrAWNilMQ1.A1R' y
.. Ill. send yowl A

i : : child suffer with that BROKEVRSR .' ,) ., 1. ____ CORN
can cure it with Bal- '.. ': I . -----=:!:. S.:H. ,BULLOCK. MANAGER.Real WrtlSKETtorSS.SO.ezpreasprepaid.= : You can't
.; buy better
"+ V '.T.k... : uncl Syrup, a sure cure : a curia whiskey' from anybody else at,
EA L .. ' any price -
M :;Jab.. bronchitis" influents, ESTATE : t
....& *. ,.diseases. Buy, estsie guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money
.r....... I... AND INSURANCE. Titles examined &od'repOrtedo $ refunded goes with everr shipment we snake. You, .
l run no risk when yon deal with us as the t
\,lilaa1 *O IJfhalla MUs,, ,Taxes paid for ooore.ldeDtaIDatruIDeOt.a
....... l two children who bAd aooooooooc >of our company. have resources: of'million"dollars ;
? relating to real estate and will d ..
'. manydifferttnt' Citltlitlxf1 a :saris. reme drawn .'
carefully .
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../ _tgrs.d,ltd. best croup and cotagn agricultural paper in ,th< 8'atA.ancl! Correspondence V Solicited.r :- MACON GAP\ ,jtOwr..f
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the Valley1 Gazette for ,
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': )ie KlsslmmeeValleu Ga16tt6TELEPHONE Wade, thoTuner, Orlando.| j Stetson shoes at DANN'S.Mr. White Star Laundry-City Bakery Reception to the Class of"'07. .

.. -. - Queen Quality Shoes,' 'all styles, at Harry W. Thurman spent, a few See Embroideries and Insertions a 'from CITY BARBERSHOP : '
---0---- II. C. Stanford Co. day In Tampa .this week. II. C. Stanford Co. i Last. Friday afternoon 4 to 0 ,
NO. 11.. ; o'clock at the home of MUs Camille rt
In a recent. reapportionment.. by the Mr. J. M. Wlllson Sr., has to :
gone Mr. E. 'D. Smith, 'o( Tampa is Morrison; a reception was given to Now Open for Business .: ,
Postofllce the saloryeof .
Department, i
Kentucky to spend the summer.Ladles' '
FRIDAY spending a few days in town.Mlsi the graduating clixis.: Art.erthe gtlests .
: PUBLISHED EVERY Postmaster[ Van Uuxor was ,railed In Patrick's bid
assembled Stand.
J Home Journal'patterns. ilo. In the parlor the hostessled ,
from 11500 to '1WO eft'ecr.he
per year
Julia M. Childers, of Nayack, the to the UDstairiT veranda
-BY- not Waste material. At DANN'S.Mrs. I way' '
FIAFiFlIt3.OFPIOIAL July 1st.Mr. N. Y., arrived Tuesday on a visit to where delightful 'refreshments were r NEW, CHAIR, ; ':, .
W. S. L. L. Payne and Mr. Uendricks O. C Peeler, of Wlnston-Sa- her cousin, Mrs. W. A.. Myers. served. The, remaining/: 'part of the I .4 r
Or ando.Mrere, lem, N. C has been spending a'few afternoon NEW RAZORS
,prominent Masons of J Mr. George Barker, of Orlando was spent In social talks y
WEATHER REPORT. welcome visitors to the regular com- days here visiting old friends: was 'In .town yesterday advertising and too early did the hour come for NEW.VERYTBINP' .

Thur. munication of Orange Blossom Lodge Good Luck us to depart. We bade the hostess
Ay...". t.mtun for week ending Capt. Clay Johnson left yesterday Bakloy Powder. .
day. Mar 3D. 11107. .____ Monday nlicht. or Fort M'erll1.o spend a few days and each other adieu, saying we bad
._ 1\Ir. G. a. Wood all spent! ,a most pleasant &fternoonAmoniii' .'
--- -- returned this .
-'--- Mr. K. K. Skipper postmaster of .looking after the Steamer Lillie. : iDon't
r Rain. week to the East Coast, and contemplates .those 'present were:" Misses ..Satisfaction 'Guaranteed.'
_... Min: Bai'tow, and one of the most prominent .
, lanea' cattle dealers In South l
- circulating. among' our 'local stock last Friday night, when 3.20 Inches later. Florrle Lawson, ''Ada OF isio' P/ .J. .

FrldaF II'l 8ft men.last Saturday were rf1ed by the local observer. Thirteen applicants: twelve white Lanier, Effie Lawson Camille.. Morri 1I'

" 'Satu..F Sunder .. .. \II yu e1 115i : J. J... Moos K'q.- hag received his The Itev David D. Kldd will hold !and one colored, are* taking the teachers son, Will Glbert, Mamie Woodall -o ---.- ."

i Mossier wtel 16.. appointment as prosecuting attorneyof services In the Episcopal church on I examination at the court housethis and Mattie Prevail Prof. Evans and '-WE ARE'AGENTS FOR
6.'l Sunday next. service at *-"u
f ... .. . 11II 'II the County Court, the firstterm week. Messrst Charles Carson, CharlieO'Berry
4 o'clock. !
10:30.: -evening service at : "
. Ci7 which will the
, III of begin first Misses Pauline and Ona Hill came. and Roy Gano. International HaryestenCo.

Monday in July, Two more recruit for the "Rangers'f up from Naranja last week and are -. ,- ....-..,,. .---or- ,
Mr. J. K. Pound returned to his arrived this week In the persona o' visiting their grandparents Mr. and '\ '
home at Perry last Saturday: Mra. Harry Uogero and Joe Bennett, from Mrs J, M. Gardner. The War is Over. .Gasoline 1Engines...' :

and children remained over St. Augustine, who will remain here ,
Misses Edith 'and Bertha
Belknap, Mayor T.' M., Murphy who distinguished I
and are still. the guests of her daughterMrs. through; .the baneball season. of Gotha, are the guests of Mrs. C.' P.: himself during the civil"war The Best on. 'trie. .Market. We,.

j; THE: LOCAL FIELD.MM A. D. Gilbert. , Having. purchased .the Klstlmmee Mnrdoek. Miss Edith. U taking .the as an officer in' the Union army; will make you close prices on Ervgine ;. .
4 teachers' examination.The : .
: Six room cottage for rent or sale. Bottling Works J'am prepared to showed a commendable spirit on lion
< Apply to A. F. Ueardeo. 22-tf. promptly sjupplv bottled soft drinks. many friends of Madam Del day when be bad printed and circulated and Pumps-in,"runnina: orderon : ,

mentioned last Phone 126 and your orders .will receive Antonio will be pleased to learn:that a proclamation requesting the business your farm.' ,
, The negro woman prompt. attention. her'condition hal Improved con- men of Xisslmmee to close their
, Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. week was adjudged Insane, and was. 11tf.' J, A. Lancaster. siderably during the past few days.D doors and suspend business for ten
carried .to the asylum by DeputySheriff minutes while the monument Jefferson
t Tiller Dan Brown, who says "she Miss Myrtle Rose, who bar been : N. Floyd, of Peghorn; has leased Davis, president of the Coofeder W. L, Van Mm.:.& Co,

:,:. New Idea Patterns10cents,. at II, done mighty\ bad," while en route. spending a few weeks here, the guestof the store building of A. C., Bass at any wag being unveiled In Richmond.'
, C. Stanford Co. Fine line of watches at the Klsiim- her aunt Mrs. Clay Johnson, leftyesterday Whittler. and Is opening UP"'a full Va. 0 I \. ,
those Matchless American Co. for Daytona to spend ashort 1 line of general merchandise at 'that The proclamation embraced an order I. .
See Drug '
Corsets at H. C. Stanford Co. mee .tI time with relatives after.wblchshe place. f from Gen. W.H.Jewell,command Florshelm's t6 Patent Oxfords" ins
:, Beauty .. F.. A. liowell, who has been'ifillini will return to her home at Green vend ing the Florida Division of U. C., V.. the correct t.bIDI,1 to stole, oomtw.'. I
Mr. C. F. McQu'aig, of Orlspdo; was the position of day operator at the vllle, MUs. If you have any' laundry to and was generally. complied. ] with by etc.. Found at .11 p' C. Stanford A.
in town yesterday* ,., : ", f.--"" '\\id::.. ; passenger depot for some time has \ away and want It' done up in good the merchants. ,-. only '' < :.' I
While'Shirt shape phone the City. ',
A beautiful line of \ Bakery.
'Guide-Chart with each Ladie 'Uome resigned his position and 'left Tuesday , .
Journal At DANN'S, for New.. Jeleang. He ha been Waists at. H. C. Stanford Co. The ol: C. McLean lot next: to J. Z.

.. pattern. succeeded by Mr G. F. .Fell User,. of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bockman, of Hober on'. residence was Bola by H0MthURNAiPArmINSr
About seventy-five VANS!goats AONFW for sale. Douglass, Oa.An.colon Br..d80J-Own. passed through town M. Tiller"week to P. I G, White. mbDff$ '

FRANK harrow velvet Ribbon atH. yesterday In their large Franklin Try the new barber shop. Every .
For Rent.Three room cottage, C. Stanford Co. touring a.r. on their way to Orlando/I thing new and up-to-date.: Sharp ra- \ 1 .
O. F PARKER Its They came via Tampa and had been .
artesian water. ,Nora clean towels, first-class service. .f '
and I
1 Cosens two "
Mrs H. D. T. three days on the road.
s The City Bakery I Is allen'! for the mailer cihildren..returned to Jacksonville Miss. Nancy Blasingame, the pop- Old Time Patterns a
White Star Laundry-the beat in .the Monday after a short visit Mr. Joseph Th'urman arrived Tues ular and caD able elocution teacher in Buy, ,. ..::
State.* ,..,re with her parents Judge and Mrs day night from Germantowb, Pa., to the High School left Tuesday for her 1
Born; i.oft.: and Mrs Will W. K'; Johnston. Little Miss Helen spend awhile here with his son home at Marshaiville, Ga, to spend .

i Uronson, of Shingle Creek, on Saturday remained over and will spend sometime Harry W. Thurman. Since returning the summer. the' adles' Home r r:, .
with her grandparenteRemember. home a few months ago he has Journal
j; June let, a son. Patronize home industry by getting
been feeling well and
not comes
, Mr. O' I): Ilowse, of Ocala has Dorothy Dodd shoes for back to ICIssimmee very with the hop, that i your bottled soda from the home fag patterns. Exclusive. styles perfect
I been spending the week here looking ladies. at DAMN'S., .the change will restore his health. tory.\ Call up 120 and your. orders ,

after his cattle Inter It.I. Peninsula Quartette from the will be properly filled. 'fitting thoroughly, lip-to-datei: You
The lltf.
Phone your wants we do .the run J..A LANCASTER.Ollie < ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Hipper ot Fort ().rd. State School for the deaf, dumb and

per came up Sunday. Ito visit their blind should draw a large audience ning. KISSLMMEE DRUG" COMPANY. Sweet, formerly with the\ Duke can get these at /lour pattern- Counter. +f' '
i daughter/: Mrs. W. U. ,Johnston.Masters tonight. and tomorrow night De- Garage .and Automobile Co., of this :

.: and WHt Light ev, who formerly lived at George Morrison entertained twenty- city is now holding a similar position Price 10 and 'cents. > '
Lupfer Stanley
lock went'Sammy to JackHonyllle this Shingle Creek and is well known here, seven of his little friends ut. a party with the T. T. Co., of Kissimmee.-- : 15 V ., ;.
Bui up .
4. week to attend the B Y. P. U. con-, Is one of the,principal: performers. last Saturday afternoon! given by his Orlando-ReporterStar. "." '
I Smoke West Havana, the' beat. mother in honor ol hU ninth birthday. i
I vention. &o cigar on Key the market.Mr. The youngsters frolicked .and played Capt. :Mating i Is authority, for the L.ArNN,
, Miss Vivian Lee has arrived home .gainer inand around the statement that the \ water In ...
from Wesley Female College at .1, G. Gotwalles. came up from opera house, and Mrs. MorrUou the lake reached Its lowest Phone 14. } 881M lEE, 'F L,A,
few days with level since the Disston % ,
. Macon, Ga to I"enll the summer Mulberry and spent a served refreshments Altogether the drainage
vacation his family the early part of the -week little folks had<< a great time, and will operation on June 1st, since which "
On Monday evening he rode the long remember .the occasion. time It has risen about three inches.On ,
New barber shop at Patrick's old Masonic goat for the last time, .and June lit*.It was nine Inches 'lower }
; tanJ.. :Service by tonsonlal artist. was raised .to .the subline degree of Friendship Lodge of P. will con- than ever before, and was about nine #
... conversant with all the latest. fad In i Master Mason by Orange Ulosiion vene at. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday at'which feet lower than the highest level since John B. Stetson UniversityFOUK 4

barberiBg. tf Lodge time memorial services will be held In .the drainage. *
Mrs, C. f:.. Jones and daughters, memory o? those brothers who have
y Fresh stock garden and flower, 8t'edat. 'Rev. C. M. Brlttaln, pastor of the .
, returned passed awiv during the Thisis
aud Grace,
<< year.
Misses Ueleo the Klsslmroee( Drug Co. Baptist church, has been granted amonth's COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL. SCHOOLS.DaLAND.IfLORIpA.
I home last week from a visit to relative ,also the date on which nomination .. .
. at Bartow. Mr. .and Mrs. J. M. Wlllson, Jr., will be In order to nil the various and he And vacation Mrs Brittaln by his congregation left ., >
left Wednesday for New York where offices of the lodge during .the comingyear. by auto-
! J. M Wlllsoo, Jr., reports the tale Mrs: Wlllsoo goes to spend the sum All members: are urgently requested .mobile took on Monday for Sanford. where Affiliated With University Chicago. '
,> this week 6f the Aultman property In mer for the benefit of her health. Mr. to be present, as well as any they passage on the Clyde steamer T *

West Klselmmee, to Si W. Young and Wlllsqn will return In a short time to visiting. bretheren' who may be in' the are for attending Jacksonville.B. Y.This P. week.U. they Collet: of Ll .....I.Art*.-Tli". ataadardi are tit.... of the 17D1.. lt,..of Cb! ...' list,'
t, Fred,nober.on. Kentucky where he has some,, business City.. convention "'D'.graduate....o.h'.tbekr Ueeieei !rum bola. Button; and..( hloaa b*. < '
in that
city, after which they .
; atel..n eatatog.
1- Mr.1R.0. Bowden. formerly telegraph deals .that will occupy his attentionfor Mr Willis Chandler, member of the will go on to Georgia for a few weeks' <:811...of Law.-tiraduauwot "... College are admitted to praatlce)1ty" 1.,fo'y\
. J operator here, but now located some time. out.."........tJon. 4i ,
; stay i
School Board, from the Basinger Mecbanta'Art.-Meeha.lo.1'1CtH
Coll.ceof: TMfcaologjr .d School of Eleetrteaf
i at Lakeland came uo and spent Sunday For Ront.-Six room house in good district spent several days la town . -- Engineering end Manual :Training courses leading to de........+ ,Flu. new .bullaing., eoaty j f
,! with friend. !location. Apply at; this office this week attending; the regular meetIng Teachers Elected. MUipm.Dt. '
c.U..o': BH.|.*IM .-B.nklu ID all IW branobe.. Bookluwplnc
e'tnutboda.8UorU 9
i Mr*. Will ,Zipper returned to her 1;.. Z. Overbay wh6 was formerly an of the Board and awaiting the .n3 aDd T!p.wrttlug. Kl!(! OpeD In other.DcpartmuuU. WISe Faoolty an4
( home at Fort Gardner Sunday after of this office but more recently arrival Prof. Hawthorne, who Is At the meeting .the School. Board oommodlous buIlClIDII. . '

! a visit. here with her sister. MrsC employe with HudsQn & Starbuck of to teach an unexpired term of school last Tuesday .the following teachers Mloblgan Pr.fMral.ry. Cblc.IIO order.D4 all BrffecUa*.-( ra.lnmt e.Uegea... prapired to enter' Harvard',1_- ,: e,, lft\iuM\oa- C&nell/ i;,,\' f,Ay

W B. Johnston. Orlando spent a few days here this just across the river front Bastnrer were elected to serve for the. following Moral ... Modal chool.-I. ICl ervarlea In Its own bullolIDIf.' 2.'Primary. and
in De Soto County. Mr. Chandler term: Grammar In building. The.. "hbl'lO 'I'JS
school icparaM MhouUVvipaolally SrHoolUacbera.
his home at Bartow. : ; prapkr*
is week" en route to :
i Contractor Frank Bass, who en- reports' supplies running: very low School No. 1-R. M, ,Evan Principal ? .
'. aged in building work for the' A.\C. "Rip" is a good boy and has host of at. Basloger on account of low water ;- Miss Alleeo Moon, Ass't. Principal Maialo School.-A 110,001). pip organ a.,.dots plauoa, iep.rat..building; Urgs taoaltr.. }
ol.104, *
friends here who glad to U>oroub ooarM '
1 L. Ry. CO./ came home to .spend Sunday him. are always' and the consequent. Inability of steamboats ); 7th grade, Miss Bessie Furen; Art School.-N.w itadlo,oath caaU.<.......'< .
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I I ." I family. see Ceo. to make their regular trips... 6th grade, Miss Firale Overstreet.; 6th gtctaoa'baa faculty of 4S, professors... Inatrnctora. !They hold degrees from the'*TJnl....- F
Don't Iaif-1.o 'bear- 'the' Peninsula .. Have your house papered.. grade Miss Bina Smith. ; '4th grade, ally of Cbloago, Harvard Yale, Danmoatb. Oolvmbla, Toroato, W.... .roreat Lol11ntn..IJcnpo' .
Gilbert will mention. : doin VtrMit, Baokncll Unlveraltyaf othar .......' '
Quartet from the State School for the give you satisfaction. We neglected to In our last Miss Futch; 3rd grade Miss M. C. \.... UnlT.nltie Ta
buil4 .04
deaf; dumb and'blind, at the Opera ,' i.A blankordinance ,was."presented Issue that Nlo Regero. one of. the Bryan; 2nd grade Miss Florrie Law. OT.rI3UO.OUO.OOIn an endowed library of over i8.i m Tolnu W.lpmentrwulrQuart.tof> (| 0 beautiful chapel wltb s ooiUy million arnlablnga dolar.D4owII, 1..1.. ..,-!.'. t.Ry-; .
; House tonight and'tomorrow night.Dewitt : to the tow6 council for lu. ratification. Italians) who plead guilty, at the last son let grade, Miss Emma Yosrell and. lug tanned glaaa wlndowa T oil p4lntlngaa SLO.OUO piN organ; a Oymnaalan with oomplaM- . ."
: or rejection Tuesday bight by unknown term of Circuit Court the' chargeof Miss Breta Butler. ". apparatus: an nolead Atbleilo Pl.ld. running .track teD....-__.-.....ball dlunond sad ...M
memberof gridiron, ....1"*. swimming, golf, towing .n Llghtsejywho is ; port.i-acp.ral. f or tarn and J'
a Sailing liquor in a dry county, and School No.2 Miss Belknap .
parties asking for a franchise to.erect Edith ; .women tea 10... laboratorlea Oh ml.try.' Pbratca. Baoterlolorr, Mlnarology ...t BlologTi J J
the Peninsula Quartettefrom the ,I. water work. plant In Klsslmmee. was let off by Judge Jones with :'a No. 4 Miss Johnston; .No.,, '3 J.' M. ..*..ra>l \.....nnaeoma and abop.: \\ .lectrla bell.,ateam beat _...,walka, ab ll J Vii:'
State School for the deaf, dumb and The parties we understand are represented I nominal! fine and costs is again 'in Ray j No. Muss Dale;' Nov If C. P. roada broad areaae spacious .. .. shrubbery and, tree. social literary,muejcal and otMr 1 .
blind In town Wednesday ..makr arrested' .tad.llta' club.;star ; cbrlatlaa sad not. aciotarlin tnanhlnr Tb. loeUo. iII1 '' !
was of He by Sheriff .
by Mr. J. Hall Brumaey trouble was Belknap; No.12 Miss Templeton; twautilul. and Bealtbfal, and the expeirFor _are bw,.._. '
Ing preliminary arrangement for the De l.and.who asks for a' thirty1 1ea..1 Walker'week before' last on a similar NO--13 Dr..HubbardNo..20y' ,WtC. caialoca/Tlewa! foldera tnd Infomaatlun,addra.. ibe Ne.t net,, ' !: +t .1' entertainment (Friday) evening franchise for his clientubder certain charge and is now held under a MOO Rodgers; and Miss Estelle Rodg " ,f ,. (\ 'I
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a ,This Quartet II being well' patrsnlzedwherever termsand conditions. ''The ordinancewas bond.' .Should the charge Dp"proYeD' era; No.3; Miss Mayme Prather. ; \ LINCOLN 'HULLeY. A. M. ph ix ,

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peaks of them in the- highest};term* actionsr: '. .- / .- ,will svgUn get off so light '. Milton" and Mrs.. Steffee : :Dd.ANDI', ,':'FL4r J "K., '
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." SPINNERS AND. GROWERS. BIRMINGHAM WINS Declaration of Independence

.... ----: Man Trial lot Sending .Infernal And yet. we mUted, not one of them '
Atlanta' on
idjlli, I j Ihl11,91 ,,4 ryI If : Stand"r'ln Opposition to Spec dares lake Ms winter' flannels oa till
-, Youn*
Machine :
I; 1 1111 ulatlon In Fleecy Staple-Vienna his wife gives him permission ,
: 'The first requisite of a good ? f'IHII' Next: Reunion of the Grizzled Woman Exonerated. This show what an abject"
goes \\o
mother Is rood health, and the experience ; Congress Closes. '-- U...-Now
j of shouldsot hit{' of coward lordly man really ti
maternity be Heroes Confederacy "
t approached without careful physical h Cotton -Congress ... At Atlanta Friday af.crnoon, after York Sun '
The International .. _____
preparation, as .> woman who la in' Ili' being ,out ono hour and ten minutes,
good physical condition transmit to, 1, fey held lu Vienna Austria, came to an the Jury brought In a verdict of net soldier's equipment 7r.
constitution.5er'ohildtbntheblessing.olsgood... end May 29. The attitude of the congress RE-ELECT OLD. OFFICERS'General guilty In the case of Fred Basil charge Includes Every n Oermnn niblo! and a nlf-pound

was, *on the whole, favorable, Infernal bomb\, lathe ,
ed with sendiiiK n
Preparation for chocolate.
mater: t, cake of ,
nitj Is *. hell.1th'l IS.Pinltham'a the most Important thing the congress McCarthy home on the night of

y Vegetable Compound did was to reach an understanding as Stephen O. Lee Remains Corn. May 8.The .
i which la made from native roots and r tu bow cotton could be ginned. baled mander-ln-Chlef Committee Reports case went Xo' the Jury at exactly
{ herbs,'more successfully than by any : and dull vered. An interesting tealuru Don't Pusla1
Important Resolutions, 2:30 clock, and at 3:40 the verdict r
other medioine'and because, It gives tone ,
was tho tact that both growers and .
,b, 'I strength" to the entire feminine eor Which/ Are Adopted. had been made.
were united In opposition( to The bono draw the
"nlatn spinners can
: curlnir displacement MRS JAMES: CHESTER The state Iritrod/iced comparativelylltfle'iiew /
ceratioaand in _mutat.lon. aDd the' ,speculation In cotton futures and In
United Confederate / evidence, and none of. Itot: load without help if you
,- I result Is less suffering and more children healthy at birth. For morethan this'connection a resolution was passed ) The grand camp ,
a direct nature, The Defense, on the reduce friction to almost
Irty.ell.l'aLydia In favor of the compression of Veterans, aC :Saturday's:: session I In l
? other hand, produced no witnesses I
E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound the cotton at the ginneries'- or at the' lUchniond, re-elected. Its general of. whatever. although.It. had summoned nothing applying ,

i has been the standby of American mother* In pre;"+ario? for, childbirth. point In the of production.matter, of the r .question of fleer as follows: several. Its efforts w'ci'q\ directed, for ji'r

4 NotewhatMrs.Jarae.Che tcr.of437 W. 3.1th St, New York aaya in this Coniniaivler-ln-Chlef, General Ste- the most part, in an attack against r
taro. the congress adopted a resolution .
letter mother knew about
-De rMrs.Pinkbam-"I: wish expectant
; every testimony. It was
p ,LydIa E. Pinkham's tabe, Compound.'. A neighbor who had learnedof establishing a maximum allowce ph'cn l D. Lee.Lieutenant. Alto prosecution's grease I If
battle both sides
It* great value at this trying period of a woman's life urged me to try of taro at 22 pounds per bate, General Department largely a ,

'(t it and I did *o, and I cannot sar enough heath/ to the good it-did me. Instead of the 6 per: cent of the gross Army of Northern' Virginia General making able-and, at time, heated. arguments. to the wheels.

I recovered quickly and am in the bent of now.". ., No other" lubricant
weight of the colton as Is now the
Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable,. Compound certainly a. successful. Irvine Walker. ; The stale; Introduced. three' witnesses. ever made r
and ailment of custom. This arrangement works In
remedy for the weakoesnes women.It ,
most Lieutenant General Department of They were Patrolman McGIll, John years Ions I(
ban cured every form of Female Complaints.DraggingSensa\ favor of the American' growers. 50 ..
dons, Weak Back Falling and Displacements, Inflammation. L'lcefatlon The spinners ,xpressed a desire for Tennessee, General Clement' A. Kv llalllnger, a negro messenger boy; and and caves so much:

( and Organ Dliteatie of Women and la invaluable in preparing for closer and more direct relations with Kd McCJllI, a white messenger boy. horsa power. Next time
i Childbirth and during the Change, of Life. L Patrolman MC'GIII'tesliled
tu having
tile growers of cotton, and Ibid attitude I try MICA ASLB GBEAIC.;
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Lieutenant General Trana-Misslsslp- the of the!
oil their part may be taken, asa seen Hush twice on bight Standard OH Co.
i 'pi Department, General W. L, l:.1be11.All _.... -
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to recognition of the views on this. subject explosion, and at a tlmo an hour or 1 .

wrlto Mr. Pinkhani, at Lynn 11111..... Her.advice (fa''tree.i presented by the American delegates of the officers 'were chosen" byacclamation more after' Hush had said be was. tn rtd< London-Clobodeclares the .

i to the' .congress, who, In their his room asleep. critic Is ,ih J product of birth rather

OFFERED WORTHY addresses, luboie'd to dUabiuo the lllruilngham was the' city ,chosen The negro boy said that Bush look than\ of training! ___ .

f':: Write for Catalogue A''/4 YOUNG PEOPLE nliidu of the spinners; of the Idea -tltat for tho uext-- elghtecnth) animal re ed' like the man who gave him a FITH" ,Vltn..Oao.'I..r\"on.' increases" perurve"

I I T O mattor bow limitedmpanaornluca the American growers had any 111 ten- union of tho veterans. Other cities In package In front of North Forsyth n.ntlycured by bottlleeeand Urea '
. .
i 7. your !It 'Ioh lion of unduly advancing the price competition were San Antonio and street OH tho night of the explosion.! UHtOrt'r. *3 trial trw tl" tree P,
Let us pay the postage on our large Efnn you e a I Dr U. U. Kltn..IA.1 I Arch t tPhila_ ,
-SCBBKIBBBXEBBI thorough btiiiltifM' Nashville.: The vote stood about 1,600to
of cot tOil. lie could not, identify him positively,
Illustrated free catalogs: It contains. laiiiing, / aud RIKJI" poBltlon, write bMlar for I
A the most convincing argument in be- Our Grot Half-Rat. 08'.,. Hnop<>a.. nda- Another resolution passed by tho 800 In favor of the Alabama town. I however, and hit testimony was ru.led ROOSEVELT'S $ OCOO PHOTO. .
.. and pmitablo HHtTINEJUara -
i balf of a commercial education, ourwr teed ))00'& drl.-wlt. L"lay. oiisic-KM expressed) the satisfaction of The report ofho coiumltteo on
practical methods of teaching; and the OA.lAl.A. IUJH. ''01.,1':01JI.ACn: : :>(. (1A. that body with the' statement made resolutions] was adopted without de out.The McOill boy simply! ) tOHtlflc-d as_ It Stows Him Taking Copied a Widely.en a
has Been
t' success of our graduates. ever compiled.Is by> the American representatives that lJateIt recommends that the speeches to having taken the paoiase: ,from h lIal.I Hunter and

t, Don't Use "PracticallyPure" the Americans intend to adopt everypoaslble of General :S. D. Lee, Senator .1 no. linger and delivered It. at the :JlcCur-: The moot widely! published find best ,...

,1 White Lead measure to improve the ox- M Daniel and Colonel Robert I K. lace, thy residence .known photograph In existence is

tit sting 'method of transporting cotton Jr., be- printed in )pamphlet form for I Bush's Btulcnu'iH was In the nature mid to ho thAt or President! Uoouo- 1
There la tio other pigment that Is hU favorite
fence ,on
lead-no oilier, from the plantations: to the spinners. dlstilbtillon, and endorses the objects of a geni iwl dental of wliu, tho slate volt iak'u; a
"practically"Vhite I been In all
I ha printed
paint{hat has the properties of Pure The qUeaJon of insurance was ic- and nlms of tho Arlington C'unlVder-' I charged aguliikt him He protected inodt hunter. This|xa-Kr*and magazine; In the

White Lead Paint. erred to tho next ol1gress.In uto monument in Arlington Natlouul! 'that his wish to interfere with theprnponed ever nalt-ttmeg and 1 the
world which uses ,
Pure White Lead, good paint that, the matter of the extension of Cemetery.On marriage l between Doolllllo sales< from It \have already amounted.

l I it is, cannot-carry adulterants without colton culture the. congress c'xjmuaid the correct representation of I the and Mills K.nle McCarthy, for whom to more thin IIO.OOQ.' making lt--tho

having efficiency impaired. To get the opinion Hiut aU counirlcg where Confederate battle nag, the resolutions: : the machine was Intended was itbiiriliifSK proIHibliphotograph! ever
Pure White Lead durability tee to I I,
II fforts are being macro to extend the submit as a substitute, "That the notion I one, us Doollttle spent taknn.NewH. .
it that every keg bear the Dutch Buy
I.I I trade mark-a guarantee that the con. area of cultivation' are deserving of of this UHHOdatlon at Its convention I time ill the /phone tulklng to :r.OUO: copies h4VO been signets

w > tents arc absolutely Pure White Lead liberal support. The congress was held In Xafchvllle, Teun, lu 1904, her. by the! President to be used aa

,t ? made by the Old Dutch rroce .. prompted to pass; tbl.. resolution by be indorsed and reaffirmed:' I Hush was unperturbed throughout special gifts, and the demand for It

the recognition of the fact that.,Jlhe The report favors the preservationof the trial. Not even when .Mr I 11111 wherever It has been glared on wile

SEND FOR BOOK"A I world's supply ot cotton .should not all papers, manuHcripts and historical pointed him out to the spectators\ andtlif has b.M>n steady during the three

1 Talk on Taint." gives valuable depend. upon the climatic conditions sketches of the Confederate States, I jury as the guilty malt did he and a half years since It I was made

r't.. '' r 4 yr .. Information on the paint subject. Sent I of any one country. Speaking on this and recommends) the endowment of a I wince, lie talked on the atun.l with. It was mILdwlLb a jsh; utter that
; Il.ndoJW1l\ In one flftppnhundrdtfj -
free upon request.NATIONAL subject, the American delegates declared Conft'dt'ra..c hospital In the home formerly . out nervousness and deliberately. lie opened : |part of a oucond Tho

Jf t A 4 7yi LEAD COMPANYMftMMtvr I that according to their experience owned by "3tonew"U" Jacksonat i detailed all his movements on the Protldeiu.' umpanlnd by an, orderly

r" 'e. ttf Ui./ Uowing I those European countries who Lexington, Va. ulght of the explosion. left the Cabinet meeting one mornIng -
cHM ft* |ruw, are trying to Introduce the culture ot I Mr. Hill had characterized the relations .
ALMA YOUNG ]1ew York n-. Aatele. CI..laa. The report recommends the) tabling: ana joined!! the photographer at
OlnclBBMl.. Ohlrwo. 6..Lo"I.. hlludal l | cotton into their various colonies are 9f the'request of the Daughters for'change a between Dual and Uoolittlo! as Chevy Chase In tho suburbs of Washington
The lady whose picture we present hla MohaT. ..1.40-co.Jj Flu. bvraa | I
w finished 'our course writing! 150 words Il'MloaDI LMdVt UU Co.| laboring with slight, prospects ot "success of the rules governing the strange ones, and said .that (he affection It was ncceatary foe this
I'' vof neWmatter per 'minute In. five liarvle Jordan reminded his bestowal of the crosses of honor, so shown by Hush to Doolittle nur- President to force bid horse over' the

t.' ;weeks, accepted a position with a hearers thai during the clvti- war lu that they may be woru by me tiescendaiits I passed that' of a man for a womlln. fence a dozen times] before a lu-cceae.

the United States efforts then made able speech Mr. Good- fill l p'cture! was taken.
;large law firm, where four stenographers : adopted of the recipients.It He an ,
to this end I win associate counsel for-1'fush. declared Provident Roosevelt l Is probably themust
were employed, and in less than were more per slated thanks congress and the president ,

av mouth she was :made head stcnog"rapher. than today and that they were In for returning the captured battle that the newspapers had blockencd photographed man In the of world Km- .t
with Uio possible exception: .
+ .,She Is noon ,to take .a trip vain. _ flags and for appropriating =2ooG0oto the characters of both Bush and William and photographers assert I

to Europe pn the money. she has Daniel G. Roper concluded his address mark the graves of Confederate soldiers tJoo}' tle, but he was .Interrupted by peror unreservedly that hurU moat difficult .
In' this with an appeal to .!le'delegaes the court and told to confine his. argument
c earned office, burled on northern soil. It like. to po e. He I I. nervous and ,Is

'f f .We have 'had a thriving school in to the congress participate indirect wise thanks the Twenty-third New strictly to. the evidence In the often snapped: In what might germ a

",the. JUy of Atlanta'for, the past three 'ly in the growing of cotton eel Amer. Jersey Infantry fo rerectlng, a tablet' I case. Mr.! ROlISe,, -.chief counsel for hit er miss style but every picture

h dears: and Its graduates are now bolding ican soil ..He"declared l Jt! :would: be at ,Salem,church':to \,the:Alab ma aol Bush also took aa, 'fling at the ''ar UlI'. ever, tjien of him 44?thoroughly char-

, many of ,the very best\,positions I b.. a good thing,Jf the j Kurop'eaVfgrowera'of : 'diers'i with *whom Sltij' wan\V'engaged.V 4\;.. I(!, 'e,47 '-reportcr. _. _....,-.t'\t';) .:*"' ;n"r; : >'-,'i f,1"'';; ji'11':''',''t+l:,.., 'aderlstlcIew. YOrI'liun. ; 'I,:\",; i

;,!I"".: -( ourJou'thern/ cities.; We have'sold ,cotton iwouldj I send itheiraau'rplVs' ''PVUllm! '" '" 1y 1 ii IdOn, thejan nojacciinepuijtj thej;'J u ry'. 0 )''. i

.j :;.ore'.than'100 scholarships in'Athens, ,.,,'r.''\.''.' of''abl 'agrlcuUuralistsjPoJth! < trailed!. {.The l report tjurgesf that, / suuthera__ vesrdlc pplao8elll broke' out.l1 in: this: Worth jurY1hll.the! Price"'wMr.rJed \. v
auUbncd"Ttbespectators An E'ngll&b 11.550
,. 'O.and.tIt open: a school there on States la order To help extend'uieT cultivated states -give 'each"Confederate"soldier court room'11Th Udge .

1' ; i the'24th of June, to be known aa the area In that country, saying a testimonial of his record and when about making any display. accident damages could to a reach woman-high ho'C before when she an

Athens ,Business College, This"school this method would dispose definitely the end The deputy: sheriff rapped loudly for
conies an appropriate burial; sane:, but after It, could get no further
,) .tls assured a large patronage from |its with the question, where the world In also that the division commandersshall order, and the judge demanded to than-n lint! From this It wouid
opening.; We have the' exclusive con. the future know who had applauded, but nobody '.
would get Its
necessary sup. constitute the executive commit. seem a 3 l 1f they thought the powr girl
trot of the' famous Byrne Simplified ply of cotton. could tell him '
tee of
? the association. had b !en damaged lint this Is Uoubt-
I. I Shorthand .and Practical Bookkeeping, t3lreaOslok CURED The English delegates spoke In favor It declares that the title' of general "I do not mean to say that I approve ful. As a general thing reaching

;f I:rhloh have.made the Byrne Business Dropsy of the greatest possible decentraiJcatlon shall be borne only by those who or disapprove of the verdict," high C Is much like what I<1". John ! popular One of, them en ry Rel I leis of.'cotton growing, declaringthat had that title during the war. It also said Judge Roan. "There has been a I son said about a dog's willing on

.j 'joyed the largest enrollment during Remove* all welling la 8 to b today Europe!: was as much de. recommends the tabling of the rasa fair and full\ trial, aud twelve good his hind legs: "It Is not .done well,
'the month of January of any American da,.| effects: a permanent cure pendent as have made a verdict. I simply but surprised to find It done
to 3010 60 da f.. Tdallmtmutgiven ever on one part of the lution passed by the Daughters and men i you are
t Business. College. With these systems, free.Hothlnrcmn be fairer world the bulk of Its cotton sup- wish you to understand that the courtroom at all,"--.''BoHlon Herald.CLERICAL. .
Dr.H.H.Green's Sons providing that no state sponsors and I .
LV v we can turn out and place in a good 8"1.tI1" ,* Box e Atlanta. fje ply. The view was seconded \,>y the maids bf honor be appointed. It likewise Is not a place for any such dis

.j'.position a better -bookkeeper or sten- German delegates and as an outcome recommends the tabling of the play no matter what the verdict maybe GOI..F.
'focrapher HIS CUUXAItV LOVE.
In three months than can I
of this difference of opinion ." clergyman on the
the congress revolution She (watching
otller'In Cook "I/ow we've 'ad words you'llbe \ regarding a monument to '
school teaching
any other any : passed the resolution to the effect golf links) : "Them's one thing I admire
t months Flit la and lookln for another cook to keep the women of the south, and extends
F' ; .system sin\ that all cotton growing countries IMPALED ON PICKET FENCE. about the Rev Holdforth Ho
? ['mail to the school you would prefer company wlthr'Pollaeman sympathy to the family of Mrs. Mc. ".
*. should receive general support always says what he means.
( '.' : "Not me. I'll starve Klnley.
' to attend Telephone Employee Meets Tragic lie: "Oh no, he doesn't. When he
flrst-! Punch The. report is signed by Joseph K.
'yz .(Name .. ..., .... .. ... ... .. o. .... .. LYNCHED FOR USUAL CRIME Johnston of Alabama chairman JohnP. Death at Cartersvllle. misses the ball he generally' Just grill
t'hl fb If you have not received the ; bis teeth."-Judge. -
Argo While talking\ with some friends, I).
Hick of Tennessee
Red Salmon Cook secretary;
>Address' 4'"0'.... 'o......... .. r... ..I Book ask your Mob Takes Negro from Jail and B. W. Green of Arkansas 8, E. Lew. C. Peters, an employee of tho Southern
\:. grocer or a postal to the Alaska ; CIIILURKS HIIQWR'n. IT.
!' Atlanta Commercial College, 24 1-2 Packers Association Atlanta Ga., Launches Him Into Eternity. is of District of Columbia; Albert A.Elltoplanlal Hell Telephone company, fell\

!... Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Oa.; Athens Advertising .Department Henry Johtfson, a middle-aged negro of Louisiana; Thomas over the baluster of the second-story liffect ot Their \'''trnl brink. In the

Business College, 184 1-2. Clayton St., .-'I"' was lynched at Echo: La.. !Saturday Spight of Mississippi; W. 11. S. Bur- por<;jh at the Hell hotel I at Ciuj-tersvljlo, Morning."A .

', .the11..O.. If the ladles will keep on courting night by about 150 men, whd took win of :North! Carolina; L. S. (lore of Ga, and- as 1111 dropped toward the

S the chained. lI&htnl'S' the white him front jail; He was charged with attempted Northwest Division; E. K. Ooroo of ground his body was impaled on a year neo I was a wreck from

", I MISPLAYING IT. )house, warns tho .Atlanta Constitution criminal assautt' pon the wife Texas Samuel Pasco of Florida O. picket) fence. Two of the pickets pass- coffee drinking and was on the pointof
.v; : ,"t .t' h: )..Irl. Browne "Mrs \Vhyte says they will force the organizationof of his employer. ; ; ed through his body, causing death giving up my position In the school
Schumpert of South Carolina .
A the thinks that It Is wrong: to, play) a "Sapphlra Club." Johnson had worked about a year an hour' later.AWAITING room because of nervousness."I .

h; ; :,.'r bridge. for Ephraim Pearce, a prominent punter. was telling a friend about It and
?t ,Mrs..Black: "It Is the way she play liD!."; \VKEIv IN \. SNOW FALLS IN NEW YORK. she' said. ''We drink nothing at mealtime
Mr. Pearce was absent from home REPORT OF CHEMIST
tt."Somervlllo JournaL -I'I' but Postum Food Coffee
and. It
) and during this time 'the ,
Sons and daughters of New :England: negro made.. Flurries Add Midwinter' Aspect to Advent -- is such a comfort to have something
his attack. I Dr. Rowland and New Wife Are HeldIn
Capital to Visit Scraps of Youth.. of Summer Month. we can enjoy drinking. with the chil j2
North Carolina. '
Snow fell In New York Sunday. The dren.
The greatest event for Boston 'and
CHANGE OF VENUE GRANTED. Safely secured behind
prison bare, "t 1
was astonished that
for all New England this season will flakes did not fat! to the pavements, she would
charged with the crime of poUonlng; allow the children to drink
.be home-coming week In Boston. but coming from a colder strata they any kind
Former. Judge Loving Will Be Triedat his 11-year-old eon, and accused of of coffee but she said Poatum was
' ss This will occur at the end of July, swirled about the tops of the skyscra
and will attract thousands of Houston, Va., June 24. causing the ludden death of Engineer the most healthful drink In the world s
persons and dissolving added a
from every part of the country to the The trial of former Judge'Lovlolt, pen Strange, Dr. David Rowland, a prom. for children as well as for older ones,
moat remark
touch to the
city and the section of the country charged with the murder of Theodore midwinter inent physician of Ralelgn N. C., and that the condition of both the

where their ancestors lived and Gates, at Lexington Va., will\ take able June that New Yorkers have eagerly awaits the results of the analysis children and adults showed that to bea

where their affections are centered. place at a special term of court to known. of the stomach of* his son and fact.

I The citizens of Boston have made be held at Houston Halifax 'county, la the Catskllls, where many New Strange. With him at the jail at Hen "My first trial was n failure. The
Food I liberal preparations for Yorkers have already taken up sum derson cook boiled It four or five minutes
a grand celebration beginning June 24. Judge Barksdale' Is his young wife, erstwhile
, I ,Produd.JLibhy's'V of the history aud achieve decision granting: a change of venue mer quarters, there were two heavy widow of Strange whom be married and/ It tasted so flat.that I was In de-

? meats of Boston and the Common- I snow squalls\ during the day. one week after the mysterious death Bpalr, but'determined! to give It on ,
was announced closely following Lov-
wealth Massachusetts., There will\ more trial. This time we followed

tf al Loaj'', _be'a week:of. midsummer reunion's' of 1 Ing'g. Indictment. MERCHANT GROOVER ACQUITTED, Clf her. husband. the directions and boiled it fifteen

\ families and of public festivities.The j inlnutes after the boiling began It

?i .Wilh Beef, and Pork time selected .Is-from. 'July 2S to./.u-". ', WHITE MAN' AND'. NEGRO. --Frees- Man,-Charged With. Murderof "'GRAY VETERAN THE ORATOR was a decided success,' and I was
. r gust,3.The: completely 'won by Its rich delicious '
Dc-'you 'like'Veal Loan :YoU F6undGuilty of Murder'of Woman by Poison' Ex-Confederate Soldier Deliver Federal flavour. In short
"r c f tx' delighted with home-coming weekIn! Km- ![ ; by, Jury; a time, noticed a

I/lbby's rtll surely kind made from choice I 'lucky attractedhalf, a million visitors -/' 'R.Jon.I.. v.- After '.being, out,"twenty-four hours Memorial Address. decided Improvement In say condition

r fresh meats t*! 'Libby' potlcaakltcbenA. to Louisville. and the home-corn ''The jury; at' Buchanan, Ga.. 'aD the the Jury'- 'at SummerTille, Ga., In the ,An unusual honor was bestowed upon and kept growing! better and better
tit .. 'It Is pure wholeaom Inn for .Georgia: was likewise gratefully Ben 'and Hll- ' month after month until '
case Adams, white ,, now 1 am
stateagainst O. U Groover James II. Heed of: Battle Cre'ek.MIch.
''There Is case of .the Dc.. perfectly
accepted doubt ,
Uavor. ef
end 4.110owu: In no pliard; I colored, charged, with the healthy, and do jny work in ' W g.r.4nt At Oiw-Snl" lyi ,tbe attraction to Boston! a tar greater -' of:'Hiese .Joriea. 'a'. white'' 'charged with"' pO 80nlng, Mr*. K. ., who delivered the memorial day the school room with ease and pleas t
murder man. \
,i wilD saute '' l..1) appolll-,, ,
rya"tah.d number of and address at Climax Mich. Thursday; I
sons daughter who nre.
,, ; __ ..w.....qDI' dlnnM.: ." : *, after. being out ltai.1gbt. 'came In: at E.' Hooks,' at Chelsea, Son October I,2. would not return to the nerve-t
.. Cherish the traditions and the suicesses : The doctor :ran. ex-Confederate has destroying
I _._ ", ,10"' 1906 verdlotof"not'guilty' reaular'coffee for I all'1'
..- .....- ...-. ,-.., . of the people and who'venerate O o'clock' Thursday morning with .a returned a been an honorary member of the-very ,money," h ,

t I )' the history ot: the(famous( city whicfir verdict ''of guilty and recommending \Saturday afternoon, account' of the 'union regiment bit'fought' against: the 1 "There' '* Reason..", Head the'ft.
lAthe leader la the literature, art I life sentences prominence. of the parties, the' case turdesU rnoun little "Health' '
Classic .
T7i&Tb the,civilization: oc-.A.merlcL a1', ', : '.' J /'sttraoted wide attention. J' cad to w. 'me,", ,ta pkCs. "Tha v ,1

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for unnecessarylabor! of;:for'a general SULPHUR Cores': 01DtII'H"R i'BI flEHBBg.' I]
holiday I '
The Sabbath was made for j 1 &
man and not man for tJle' Sabbath. I We refer to.that boon to weak,nervous,, A Avery Compare

But the Sabbath was Instituted for Purifies the suffering! .women knownas. Ur.1'lerce's .
Blood TO
and Clear Up the SQOOESSOKS
the preservation and regeneration ot Favorite Prescription.Dr. ,
A S1-t the bode and the Inspiration and cultivation -' Complexion John FJfe one of the Editorial Staff 'II.- AVBRY ,MCMILLAN.Bo ., ,

1V- of the soul of man and not of TUB ECLECTIC bfaDIOACRavlsw: : says -- at._ th Pryb II., AtlMt" OavKIlfM '
Everybody needs .
to take Sulphur 'at whichIs .... .
Uetonfau XHoica) .
as a means to Idleness and loose llv. of Unicorn root( .Al.L OfWMACHINERY
i I 1nlfNDDRSc1; ,. ing. There is a difference between this season. Nothing like it to purify the one of the chief Ingredients. of.the "FsXYorlte fl.arOw.e '
tbe Sabbath and the Saturday half- blood clear op the'OOII1pl..lon and remove Prescription ; :
'" '
holiday: And the general' disregardby "that tired feeling." But the only way to ,"A remedy: which Invariably acU as a uterins trOtIt'. .......
- makes for normal! WHEEL ........
tale it is fat 1 invisorttor . doe s
liquid form Hancock's .
our people of the great memorial Liquid o( the entire reprudurUve .)'..._*
Subject: The Sabbath Hay., day that commemorate the birth ot Sulphur taken internally is the best Spring Ho continues*.In Uetonlae we hare a medicament URAIitEGuJ.

the nation, the sacrifice of her mar tonic. Applied externally Hancock's Liquid which lla, n..1I more other fully....answer.. w
CYI'B''the; advent of her mighty men. Sulphur quickly curt ](arms, Tettert and In Uie treatment of dlaeaiea peVullar ..
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Preaching at the Is but a reflex of that disregard of sll 8km Di._. to: women It la seldom that a cue Is 'A'tLANTA SOGGY C0'.
Irving Square Presbyterian Church the the only seen which d.- not proaeut some tndlratlonor __ wM.I
meaning and the obligation of ..10M t'-
ton the above theme, tbe pastor the God's daythe Sabbath-which He .Liquid Sulphur Ointment removes Pimples aarsi "Thhekdlowlniaaree'. the leading Ail.MaeggrC..."' ......Ga..

Rev Ira Wemmell Henderson took gave to man. People who will not revere ,. Blackhead and Sores, and give\ a ludlcatlunuforllotonlasWulrorarout l fain
as his text. Exodus 20:911l"Ra/ the Lord will not lone remenvt beautiful soft, velvety akin, Y.ur druggist or arhtna In tl* bark, with leooorrtio. I' ,

member the Sabbath day.. to keep it her Lincoln. Men who will cast aside .ells.. it. It cured Edward. Dv Herring, of ornana atonic(of etbcondltlotXof Vomen) menlM depression Ibe renroductl and lrrltablllir. > Bid lad Centre

holy." He said: . the Saviour of the world cannot be Frederick Md., of a bad cue cf Eccema. ddoclated wlttf chronic dlMaaeaof. '

1 If Mo ei bad'never handed down expected to'spend much time to commemorate and be write: "My face is as smooth .a eenHatton the reprodiicilT<* heat* In/gene the of region women of s const the kkt ant Atlas sinesLAlaATaTocIt'LO
this raw of God
guidance of the deaths and sacrifices an lfaDt.'" ne,1 me m..1 Israel and ot Christendom the truth of tbe saviour of the TJnlon. To put JUl-mbout-Sulpbui1' n8d con itttat 01 tbs reproductivesrstemireseed
Booklet if
would ret remain the tbat'tbe the free you amenor ur absent monthly : M BAR D
Sabbath same Sabbath, the rest day, on Monday write Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co.. Baltimore. per+ud I or accomsianilns' ao Reliable rrlok Engineer" Bell ere, a*)''
day should be kept holY w"1Inot\ make men"gd to church; .bno I condiloei of the dlmilre organsand '
The Sabbath day I la one of tbe, greatest nor will the placing of Memorial Day .. .. ..tmo 4 thin blood ) kahltt dragging fuse}, Msckln ui Mm Verb isi UpsI Sin, $la.a,'eparators.
blessings mankind whether ,.ne ,.o je tn .,%extreme lower>>art of IbeebojToen. AUGUSTA. OA.
enjoys! on Sunday be efficient to ,turn the ."
It be looked upon as the result of hearts,of careless, men to, the contemplation Merely a Theory. If mOM or l lees' of the above vrniaT rt ms .
a divine decree or of human' legisla and [ \T TiTTTJWeTlir ',.
commemoration of the "Ot course: I don't know" begun
tion. Had God never declared His blood that flowed at Harper' Ferry, r >r n ace r. arch s I
the sarcastic boarder "but It strike LightSAW.MILLSLATH
will on this point It Is very certain Fort Sumter, VlcJrtburg, and the rest. .. )jn.ii>n. ifil! B'l'the Ilelonlaa.
humanity would from sheer force of The' man who feels no. sympathy for me this chicken- cuts o vvmcu Is Unicorn root or

necessity set one day (n seven apart the Christ on Calvary will\ feel less "Now what's the matter with the and the medical properties. of which It SHINGLE MACHINES ,
as God's day,' or It not as God's day for those who tell on the bloody field chicken?" Interrpted the landladY most Golden faithfully Seal represents.Of root, another prominent t AND lttI

at least as a day of rest from toll. at Gettysburg. What to him are the "Oh nothing," answered the a. b. Ingredient of "Favorite Prescription," SAW AND SUPPLigl. STEAMT AND BEST IMPROVED SAW KILL ON fUlL:, a ;

The Sabbath day, viewed from birth pains'of the nations "only It is evidently the offspring ota I>rof. Flnler Elllngwood, M. D., of JJennctt GASOLINE ENGINE.uGOgT Large Engines .,.d. Boiler Mrppll*)' ,t .

whatever stand you may Choo: e,.11 The tendency to turn the American bard bailed egg."- Chicago: Newt.Arga Medical College, Chicago, says: Try LOMBARD promptly. Shingle Mill. Corn Mills.
In disorders of
abundantly justified. It satisfies the Sabbath Into Continental- It ta an Important rrmedr
needs a Sunday ; the womb. In all .catarrhs! condition * Circular 'a .,8aw ethPatent. Dogs,
of men spiritually and physic- la as perilous it is pernicious. It ,
and central! t t UMefuL ,
ally. It is right It is it issensible. strikes M. Sciiddor 11.D.., late of $team'Governors. Full line Engines A''
necessary, at tbe religious, the,best and : Red !Salmon is cleaned and Prof. John ,
The\ longing of tbe human the central life. of .the people. The packed entirely by machine: and not' Cincinnati_ gays of Golden heal root: pewwaaawue "Mill Supplies, send for fre* Catal.gueeTelegraphy .
heart for better and fuller endeavor In relation to tui general effects! on the
communion to escape Puritanism has touched by hand. After trying'It you :UMT It no mntifino.'n tun about wh syatem. '
with the ......
Father above are satis- led to all sorts of loose living 'and will other.Oklahoma's thin im uch prncral uruififmtty of opinion. It I ; Treat ..
use no .
fled In a peculiar manner when men misspent leisure. As between ,Puritanism In iHiiwmnUu rerarded a* the tonic useful In to Write pea+tl.fe.( ,
net aside one day aweek for all debilitated itauw. j
meditation and Contlnentaltsm give me Prof. It. IlarUiolow.. M. D.. of Jefferson eummer rates)
1 0 Shorthand
communion with God and for the law to the letter' rather thanno Constitution provides Medical College, of Golden. Ned : I ThiSwtturs;p
the cultivation of the soul. However law :l.t'all The Sabbath should that can be re-elected to a Valutbla In .says. hemorrhare menorrhajrla -
much we may believe that'the Christ not be given over to riotous living. nobody flooding and congestive dyvmenorrhalepalnful 1 7
life should be our practice In all the On the other hand in our endeavorto i 'State office there. Evidently the people menstruation" \ ).* faithfully Bookkeeping

walks of our busy life and however escape with Christ the fetter I } of Oklahoma do not place much Dr. Plerw's Favorite Prescription '
killing represents all the above named Ingredients MAIN LINK VTIltKH BUN TIIgi IIy,.
well we mayput GUI' theory of the of the law, we have,.I think, gone confidence in unwritten laws Is the and cunaH the diseases for which (At23-07) XMKOUU1 UUiJLl>INU rawa.a: GA"

Christian life Into action,' the truth too far. There are many things that comment. of the Chicago Record-.her' they are recommended... _
.till U.this, that we are better fitted pro necessary and that mutt !be done ald, : I CRESCENT ANTISEPJIQORKATK8T :
for further victory and strengthened on the Sabbath' 'and contrariwise, HICKS'CAPUDINE. .
in larger .measure for continued" there are many things done on the I HEALER KNOWN :TO SCIENCE. ))1

vice when wenet {this ono day aside Sabbath that could be as well done on SORES AS BIG AS PENNIES.. I Non PoieoBoum. NOD Imtatinf. Allays Inflammation sad Mope)' -
In a special sense for God and for our week dayi, and as many more that --- pain from any cam*. As strong as carboho acid and as barmier us
own growth In grace through con. could well be left undone altogether Whole Head smdNeck to\'en-cJ-lIall': 7 sweet milk. Cares burns instantly; cores old and chrome sores;] RA
\ 80"&nd inflammation from Mir cans on man or baat. :FOM
tact with Ills cure
people The highest The word of Christ that the. Sabbathwas All Came t
Out-Suffered O Months fowl cholera bead and action posiuveqj
Christian Ufa Is the result of the ACHES *-rare* ION roup. t
ceu- made for man can In no wise .
Cored In 3 Weeks by Culicura. 1fUU'&Dte ftJ'
tering and pooling; of like spiritual excuse the unnecessary! labors. that TyAw. rUrrOT ..*M ......\ aU JI.-.a-...... .rfady CRKBCKHT' OHKMlcAt. Co.- n.;jW_...Ts..
Interests No man lies so' much en many tradesmen have ,to perform on "A/tee having the measles my whole ..IM atenCslnw '
thusiasm as he who 1* one of a com. Sunday. How many men and women bead and neck were cohered with scaly wYWAY& .&&&&&A.&A
any whose hearts and minds.nre BnKlo | who to sores about IL8 large ass penny. They N
Coney Island
go or hundred
unto service and. whose' lives are other .places- on Sunday can a rightly were just as thick as they could be. My, to They suffrage.have "She a new was verb arrested in London while I ,SWEET, : BLOODHOUND; .CORNBREAD '
dominated by the same Ideals. In plead necessity as excuse for nutting hair all came out. I let the trouble run _
the crowd, not the cloister Is the extra labor upon men! along, taking tha.-doctor's blood remediesand suffroslDK." _ AND ". '
j'lace! for the Ch rlstlan. God is attained The Sunday paper tends to becomea rubbing on salve, but it did not eeerato JUICY > J
most, easiest and best get any better. It stayed tbot war for .
through curse, not because it Is unhealthyor i A WONDERFUL GAIN. *. ,. ,
contact with men or Puralife and far unwise to read the news on the about six month.; then 1 got a set of tie
vision lather than through personal Sabbath but Cutirura) Remedies, and in about a week 1 I
because It puts unnecessary -
concentration This III I not to cay labor In the majority of cases noticed a big difference, and in three weeksit A Utah Pioneer Tells a Remarkable .

that meditation has not Its place, for upon ahost and robs thousands of wa well entirely and 1 have not bad the Story i : '

It la necessary. Hut It must nut 1111 the common day of rest The man trouble any more, and a* thin waD seven o .
our lives tU"The Harm of ether Interests who can't get shaved on Saturday has years a!it". I cunaider myself cured. Mrs. J. W. Browning. 1011 22d St.. o

and dutlrs Communion with no real excuse for making' the barber Henry Porter, Albion. Neb,Aug S3, ''OB/ Ogden,, Utah a pioneer who crossed ..2i -S, f

God, contact with God'a people, medi work on the. Sabbath. I do not wantto the Plains In 1848
tation and soul culture all these are descend to trivial things, but you says: "Fire years' I- 2lal :;W- i
The city of Vienna recently builtan -
necessary to tbe man who would all know, as well as I, that there area ago the doctors _' ofJ
grow to be like Jesus who would cultivate thousand and one things done that: electric fountain in ode of Its )""+ said I had diabetes. J ;

his spiritual powers And the have no business to be performed ou parks. 'It is very large, and is capable . My kidneys were) 4
Sabbath Is a special and of seventy different effects of
day a the Sabbath.We (,
all\ out of order. .I mrelf2
glorious menus whereby we need readjustment illumination
a to-day }In 1
had to rise often
strengthen the spiritual powers God our estimate of values. Sunday as .
hall i at night, lookedr' % ..
granted to
us. the Sabbath Is a boon to man. Sun- tear. 'Kyea
Then, too, mankind needs ; sallow, felt dull to _f ltr
a day of day as a side show to the other six Are cured without lain (a one day by Leonard 'yu .._i
rest from material toll for the preservation days of the week is a sacrilege.The I'. Uoldnn Eye I.olloo. here Is no other and listless and e --
.of.the physical powers. No eye' mmedyBo soothing, healing, prompt if A lost 40 pounds. IQ -I.
man WhO ao times a week and who earns au honest Transforming Power of Life.( 'or money refunded' Irrugglets sell had spells of rheum t1sm and dlitl- ,,
living by the sweat of his browor The Arabs hare a saying about the It at\85 eta. or forwarded prepaid on receiptof ,
with mental toll. Is fit for six more palm tree, that, it' hands with its price by H. I). LeoaadiA Co.TampaFla. 'ness. Doan'0 ,ICtdney Pills relieved #

save as he,rests a day between. There feet" In salt water and Its head in the me ot these troubles and have kept

is too man so foolish as the one who sun. They often cannot drink the The longer a man lives the sure me well for a year: past. Thonjh,, 75 : -

burns the light of life with never a brackish water found in the oasis be is that force is something more years old, I am In good health.** The Orijintl i "Bre k Plug Tobacco.' The Only,"Mier.tiae&Brand"of

.top to replenish the fuel that the where the palm grows, but they tap than a breakfast food. Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. .
ray body must receive. To rest Is not the tree and drink the sweet palm; Foster-Mllburn Co.. Dpffalo, N.,T. North, Carolina. FIL e-Cured 'Tobe>..ccbSKowin '-

necessarily to be la.). There can be sa.p There la nothing more dainty for a | ;.a..CAIM,EVERY YEAR since introduced .

no true rest save for-the man who : ae.palm tree by tbe magic of Us ,picnic or luncheon than Argo Red Sal 1, A'man finds out a lot::of things In .
has earned It through willing and 1 Inner life can so change the elements mon sandwiches or salad: ,The Cook the he'' 1MITATEDIN' ; STYLE BUTNOTJN MtMrTNA'M
'healthy toil. Rest Is the due and the found in the unkindly loll around Book,tells you,how-to<- ; morning that dldn know the '

duty of every true workman.. And it that they minister to its growth ;Ask your grocer, preparejthem. !night(.before, T ':' i, s 4 Y9.Y..9.Y..9YYYY.Y. ..Y. .YY
If It be the need and the reward of and strength and fruit-bearing. So t

those: who labored,bare .honorably how much and more sufflclently we our in' feet oar in earthly the mire life must and often bitternessof have *"" The: value, of fa J'dream f dependsTSn ','P7:u : : : ;' PADELE:: SS' DYES'( II

how hard you try to make It come .
sin .
around and
must It be necessitous for those poor us; ,upon our heads true. tJoIoP"""" sooiU brisk-sod feeler color*IBU any ocaetdjta. One I.....naekM_.... .f*,.>. eoI4 water 1Iat_t.....rear: other./.. To.trnmi I
downtrodden wretches who are forced will often beat tbe fierce heat of <..... Merman. without raMnm .tnu-i. w,... cor free toookle* How toi>y..Bl..o adfleeeter... $, IHIftimrif_Dltbf_ <<';".. 1'-ltaTlll. HllM..",
to work >the\ wine press of modern temptation. But In spite of these --- ,-..- r --
business life until heart !Is sick and things we shall be able to grow and 'i

body wearied almost unto death. Ah grow strong. If within there Is the ''
making of a new life through Jesus . .
yes.beloved, man needs the Sabbath ".
-the rest day, as the Hebrews called Christ.-Bible. Advocate. .
It-for replenishment and rec.iarglnk '
with tbe physical energies that sus Gentleness. 'IT WILL PAY \YOU-TO: :: ', --:

tain lire. .., .- > : .
Tbe strength of God is very gentle. .
The Sabbath day Is set apart as a He dues not make a great noise In .. I. .. ". .. ."f.",.q ,\, ," .
day of rest and 'ti '
worship not without .
i lifting the tides or in speeding the .. I 1-1
reason but because It la right so to '
stars in their
courses. The sunshineis '

manner do.God It all Is to tbe the draw time duty near and of to man in Him-a to special once serve a wart sinners of He His turns by greatest the the touch hearts treasuries of of infant stal-of : : I' ,4; ? i

Advertise in This _
week at least

seventh.attention ot humanity's Cod for that is time worthy period.and of undivided one-Jehovah - By fingers mother's loving or spiritual by Imitations the memory beauty tender and of fidelity.a encour-pious : . Paper ;, :

can't do much for the soul that agements and manifold ministries of ,.
spends seven days a week in quest of
patience and sympathy, He encoui
a living, nor can that man who is ages the penitence and the faith of j, .

foolish enough torso spend his time sinful and weak human hearts. His .t7

entirely get very near to God. Then, children should seek more ot His gen- "I . ._ . __ ... _... _ ..
too the Sabbath Is"a sensible Instltullon. tleness. We are too easily temptedto 1''

We are all well aware that bluster and violence. We _
were It not the law, of"human life that gentleness Is greatness as well as WET WEATHERWORR / t t t
to quit work at least-
once a week we -
goodness. If we would do brave ;
would all end soon in an early grave. deeds let us seek to be filled with HEALTHFUL Cures Constipation'and.Kindred. ,
The Sabbath with t
Its beneficent
divine gentleness-Northern Christian ;
blessings sets .ql on anew with recuperated Advocate. AND : '

bodies, with rested minds, ;! PLEASANT J" .Evils. .
with fresh hope In our hearts with ; IF YOU WEAR d ,Letter )Cram Lo.t.l..a. t 44

inspired week that souls are to upon the if days of the How Christ Makes Something of Us. 4', I,' WIlI u .Slmms, la..May'22.'07j a
come ,
we it
use '
rightly. Had God not filled the An English preacher used tho following -J/ f 1 My wife suffered for seven years with Liver Complaint ,

hearts of men with this truth! that illustration "Once there wasa / "/J1I8R.1\\) .; d ,, Indigestion and Constipation. I hare paid up
the Sabbath is a sensible Institution brier growing ,In the ditch and / to date one thousand dollars to doctors for services
-a business It there came along\ a gardener with his \ ; WATERPROOFOILED 9 bat she never received an.beneJit. I always bought t;
for the physical, mental and you spiritual will, spade. As he dug round It and liftedIt / CLOTHING Mo'z' I .S'R 0 m,. medicine from Jordan 'Bros.about of Alexandria La..

''man-It Is not hard to realize: that out tbe brier said to Itself: "'WhatIs / .UACttO* VtbtOWPerfect ey' I spoke to Mo Jordan one day my-wife's. complaint , 'j
L ; c.J
i and he recommended Motley's Lemon Elixir,,
greed; would have us labor all the he doing that for? Doesn't- Protection '
of our lives. Then too the Sabbath days know that I am only an worthless ; lx Low>noeat Price for her. I took a bottle home with me and since that t
Is a necessity. Man gives God but brier' But the gardener took It and : : In .' (1) ; time, about three months ago I have kept it ,in: the t L't
Sold Everywhere t en house and from the first day my wife took It her '' ;
mall chalice In the six days of hurry planted it amid his flowers, while the tM. S

and rush of the business life no mat. brier said: 'What a mistake he has _t.t:;.,.:'.,fJ,!":'. .te.. Lemon o' bowels have acted regular: her health has improved' 1
made, planting old and she can do her house work without the pains aha 1 '
ter how conscientious man may bo. an brier like myself .- __ ___u. A
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such trees formerly suffered i I wein Alexandria yesterday, s
among rose as these!
Man the other hand ,
on cannot stand
,even days of uninterrupted; labor for ...... ,..,.as. Humor I Is truth smiling: at you as It (1) May 21, and told Dr. 1'. IT. BrUa one of the bestphysicians '
talks to you. Alexandria, what my.wlte.'J1a4 been
long. :For conservation of .
the human i' ra taking and he it the .
gave highest praise : -
strength for the upbuilding! the '..., Currying the Cross.f. dLl
pf ? dan also told his fe } lemon r'
Every lady should have a of 0 me w\ was a. >Z :
spiritual and- religious life In matt IB the mind of Jesus the copy E. benefit.. 't
cross Is the Red Salmon 1 with great: Yours respectfully, '
Argo Cook
for Book. It '
the glory of God and the en-
not a particular' misfortune, but the v ED C. PEAESOW.; d ,1'
trance of the soul Into fellowship tells you thIrty-nIne different ways ot -
measure of suffering implied in every -
n'Ith, Him, the Sabbath is a necessity. act of love and Belt -denIal; thin preparing Salmon.\ Ask your grocer: SO &r'1,00 bottles ''

Without It we should become aged is the sense In which It Is thevery for It. .Sold. for 35.Years by all Drugg sU. f hr.r'

before our time and blunted In spir instrument of redemption; Jesus car- v L.
itual perception. WJth it we may ried Ills cross, and those who follow Love Is that. ipeMes of dementia '
know the Joy of true rest well earned Him mutt imitate Him and In like that makes a man. honestly. .believe .he 'Write for free booklet of testimonials MOZLET, LEMON' ELIXIR:CO.,.Atlanta, Ga., ,

and may take_ time to' become like manner carry a cross for the salvation : Is' a pOet..

Jesns. -- ot the. world., . -Auguste Saba* _. __ _- _u-__-_. -_.. -- _ __ __ ._ -__
In this day and time and in this tier ,.
land, the divine authority of the Sabbath .

rust;.1 emphasized and .up- ,
held. The words of Jesus which per Sloe Amid the Shadows., ook I ;;!
Premafrirtly Old H
'mitted, men to do acts ot mercy, on .Anybody causing in the sunshine;
the. Sabbath and to secure enough to you. and I should: sing 'when the sun
'tat to restrain hunger and, to sustain has gone down and when clouds pour, i

the human system, canjnever logically out their rains for;Christ'is with us.,: r

; or righteously,, be"mad van excuse' -J.;, R.-MIller, w ? Be au.* orvthos.. ugly, grizzly. gray .r etr" u,..,",.. OREO"E,. HAIII \RttTORLR.:' ;;orlo.rft.00.r.tal4? ; -

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'. all ...... .',. .r.:... . . : 1' .. 11 54546' 8 6N HpapnL.rfCi 'terJplreI.ndCo .!tofwi4.ds4ot.w.>> and sal of W. H..,.., 8rnIrboa..411( / 1517JY North Carolina l' V< *> I (n
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all. .... .. ". ..1..1./ 12 Htt.pu '" .t bdundarv bna of . . . . 2Cletmonl ",
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: (\IIreeD Wrap-
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5 u . "r' 'r7 .L .... toll 196a Milk.. ...1.01 nwla 6 9. 111. to . .. roll 100 Pint QiiirtaG.
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.. ;... . lu 'L4s iW ell U'lJl'mp1 U H North ho1, of ae 4 for UW(4Of > 1'a' 2ro. w .40 T" 1M
. :. . .. . Puritan R,
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!: AU .J.4. ...r M'/ 1la,: 610J2 IIJ'J'inopI. Un"1 blk 2. Campbell City. tax s . . I :J'. 1100 1 110r VouotalnsprugRe! 8
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43+ 1 .. Co : .d.. ... ; ..... j: . ;,.;. . .",' .. .. Z4e..... 12ppp .: eftblk 4. Campbell City. taxea 1'*a'4. ,. . I :9s .:9k 1 MlM. 'IdCro . I 00 ...."Iuckll.rtd... 7 "ear old ".. *" .
J t.......IAadCO AU.a.r ......>.". 4 ... ,. IfJ .... Me 4N U .J Unknown alt blk f.. Campbell ( ily. utxea I' rapnel.rld4.. ,. '... .. H.. :.4 1292j1 Mk ". < nmpbeH City, taxea 1"1\.1I . I. :JIIoa 94, 1 : Krbn Hpriun Rye 4 M /'
# I . AU....... .. .. .... .. .....h_.. .. 11 lnknowaUnknown e'i ... whiskey . .. ..0 1 Toll club double H :,
j1 + d.4wwl.ndG .. .. ,. .. . . . "II Ma Me 6"1 1:92: .H Mk 7. Campbell City. taxeaJH+ I :!lie 21 0 I td I 00 l banon Ramp 4 M
. . ... . .. . ...... .. ... Eebtuckt Pride..2.\ '
} r: Wpu ......CO. AU .. . . ... . ..._ :.. .. :.. . T W 9411 129'k UnknownUnknown. lot A blk 1". Campbell Cttr. taxea 11X4i" I 9. 9k :- learn of Kentucky .. 4 M ;
} ;h _.... Lsd Co All .. . .. .... . . . . .....:.. .:.. . . . 4 .)9s .... 104 12 111 :I . \lot A Mk II. 4..pb.-lll..J.." taw 190'..4 1 :!y 9: >oo';. M Holaoe Baltimore. W yeaold "'. 6 at l t
,% j- _... CO. . AJI.All : .. .. ... . . ... . ... . .. . .. . .. . 4 1M 'W Narcooa.eelot 91, ?'oo lIe 71 1 Malt Whisky in Glass-Case Goods. ked Top Rye 14 year old. I M t
-.a..ttCO. . . . . .. . ,, .. ....' : Unknown A blk K Narcooaaeelot .'
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S -.IN..... Co AU. . .. .. .... . ,. 1:1: a'. :iI4e 410 I 92q 1 let 7 blk K Namnuieelot 0 Dull','.-....... Malt .40 73 I Ifanchei 2'
? "..,. ... .....1.0. All AJI.. .". . . .. ... ,. .... :.. It 25p :u. l.tI 12'x2tlepww I Unknown Henden Park + 8' 1, me 71 Malt 196 "North' rarollnt Whlta Corn per pllo" 'I Mstoiin
4 I1ad G . .... . .. .. ... .... . . .I- ,3'. -Ite a?: I'J: Unknown I XS:' > Hendon Park, tax 1!.6lot a 25.:! 31.. 71 Mountain Whlte-Odrn .. { (J '.
-..- Co AU . ... . .. .. .. .., .95 SL i4. 102: 7292tf UnknownUnknown II blk 11. Runnymede . !iII Domestic and 'Imported( Gin.. in I North' Carolina' Yellow Corn -
-..... t.... Co All . .. ... ... ... .... ... . z.I..1: : r.: n \lots blk II. Kunnymede. tax l'V . !iI I & yeara old . .. I e1 .
-.parw ..... Co: AU . ... .. . .. .. . ... ..... .1 ':l4.. S4.. :4. ..... L wJ I J E Swarts Iota 11 and K blk"'; Runnymedalota 71 Glass. North Carolina Wllket County:
) L.adCo AU .. ... .. . . .. . . ". :t;. ... 1HI 1292 'I J E SwarU l..S. i. U. !I'.nd 11 Mk p. Kunnymede' 121 .'n",. 7 yean o4 150'
> '' land Co ". ; . . p I'. 3te !h4II IlOJ UnknownUnknown lot JO blk ''7. Runnymed.lot . ;0 Bo"th'. old Tom Gin III: Old H.rve.t I
-... 1.-1 Co. AV .. . .. . . . . .. .N .1t. :... 65.1 11.1 M: blk '.*;. Runnymede,tax tl'1'-: \ W Bnoth'a Dry . 1 10> I! 1M
i' -...... ...... AU _ : Prices the
l I _..... laud C allszaptaw'.daw'4andaW4 of ..4 ))4 34 :u. ;.4 11 :<7 K L Cramer lot *> blk M. eJohn Holland nln! I Co Lowest by Gallon.Rre.m ,

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2, --.CO. all... . .. .. . .. . . . :/:1IOa: Me. MO 1272: John Wi.dmarUnknown a lot 7 blk "'''. Runnymede .51' rk'rdnoGto -1 Aoln from t la) nl#. .
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1' imp.e . 10 3s 'i4e o7' 1:1: '$2 w'2104 S blk. '>!. hunnymode . w .p
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;'' y .. .'Lad rd Co : . . all ': '.': ._ : ..14 .. l-:: :::: .li if:: R k!. Shapley lot l-tplock *"'. Runnymede t .W 59 Inland Endurance i? :*' Ttui And all other Liquor In proportion
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= : : :1G: all. ::-. -- -: -,- -- -- - s Unknowa -- -- lot 1 hlk: 7C Runnymede J _-._ Wol I. Jjrbl.d.m,
c.- Co aIL .. . . .. ""ti's 9.. .. Me< .a 112 1'2! K WwdmarcPWwdmare lot 3 blk *#>; Kunnymerie ::- .* rVhnappa I '* Gins. Rums and Brandies by the
Rv'r'. La' all. ; . . .. :J.te..1 P2k lot"blk>t Runnymedelot WW Come Bark Gin and Benedictine _.-
,, _roland Co aIL ... :.. :... \4e "tI l. 92J UnknownUnknown :< bIkVl. Kunnymedelot :2.5 'n I 110 Gallon.
)a 1e.1p. Lad Lo C. .. .. .. An 'e'. .He lUll 1:1: 92 3 blk "4. Kunnymede. tax !!..'. 4. Red Unn Gin JR M i 1 Intluderwad'.Old
,1 all. n. .... AII! 1 11 92 V Wtodmane lot :> Mk W. Runnymedelot fe 11..e < lti
Torn I Iill ; 1 7)OKI
-..... IlaaddCo all . I" :'1. .... M) a. IrJEapire F WMdntaroK 1.1 blk !*;.. Runnymede .>>r 'd Tom Kin ,2 !$

i' Neapers Led aIL I:: :47.ra: ,MHe 643, 1292 WwdmareFWicdmarr. lot II blk !.I.) Kunnymede ' 59P Imported Holland .H 71 j
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Scotch Case Whiskies.
... ...... Co. aiL II 04(1 1292: Wledmare lot H: blk *'. Kunnrmedelot Imported r'cllou'aN K. Riirn. >eara old. .. ]
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; :17. UnknownUnknown block 1C.( Kunnymede 1 11'a.llfornla
.... ...... Co all V Ill, Apple Brandy, per. Kalian ,2110.1.111) and 4,10
. .. :: 2,. .. "(I'' 1141Wlpkwl.ed ali Mk 110. Runnymerielota 149 Un( William IV. U. I'. 1 .
C. ... Brandy rer callon .OO to a.ut \
1 :9,. "'.. 1.44) 1/.1 Unknown 8 and 4 block 9. Row add. Kiwlmnwv Blat-k and While Hrx.trh :2 mi
-..- Lad C. aiL .Cs fry. 11 41 City 1 Hal* and Hale 'J VI >

i I = : G 121r all : ::: 314 r 11 11a I Unknown lot S block 1". It<.- add Knwunmee.. City:. W.W >unTl| |i Irluli 1 :.V Port and Sherry Wines by the
. aIL. . .. :. . 10 9w! a1. 4.1011 11s KUHenniUnknown lot 4 block III ox JAnrelllca.
J 7f.ao4w J..s G aiL . . . I!: :9 oo ik 3101 II .. Iota 4 and A block 14. Roma odd. KiaaimmenCity The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon. -

.. .. . .. . .. . . :z. .Sk 5410 11.1 I 10
Zire .Lod..... tow c.. 9tl i21.. .. ... . . . ., .4 D.a ;tIe 6411, II. II I Dann Menthe, lot li Mk 11. Roao add. Kuaimmee{ ,. .. M tainable. Mbettls. . .. In)
xry. . . .. . aI' :>:.. 00 U 11a Unknown lot I Mk 1.. Rub\\ ",on'a add to Kiaaimmee California Port per fallon. .I.W, J.OO and.UCalHornla
-.... ..... G. aD. .... IT Wllke County. 'N" C. oi", Mi, 100 I per .. nod VMImported
1 . . .. ... . . . . . 2J Vs : 6W 41 4 Wherry 1.:0
ILp4e. lade.JL.... Co .11... ... . . .. . .. ". . 'J4 : oo 3'10 "40 11 41t W H llmdenonW I lot I'V 1. I Co add to Kiaaimmee. City. Old H......'. N. C. VT. &o I 1011 Port Wine. .. and 4..
,Y ......... C.. .1... . . . . ... .. .. .. . .. .!ti 9.0 4..0 II I l- t bee; ne cor run w .11 i ft. lit!. ft. e Maple Corn . . y .vi I I.." Imported Port, our tattllog..1,0pper 64.16
nV . .. .. .. .. :!II< 2N.2N.! alt; 1141 III.; ft n 1"> ftaiao leu bee ae cor lot C.tawb..lIe, .2'. Mi I50 I Imported Sherry, per gallon.: L00, a.M and 441
y 4' -.c.-... ....... aIL..I..21... .. .. .... . ... . .... . .. :10 : \. IQIo 66'. .1141 V ..."". w IO. fl. n 2lu ft. e lei ft. a 21O ft 2 MJ Ell Valfry . .::1:. .Vi: I 00 ,

C.. .... .. . . .. .. . ..... .. 32 :JO\o ;1.10 b4I 1141C AdrrhoM all except bee aw eor block" V. Haaa addition
1 ........... .I..d..... (.. .L.. .. . . .,. . .. .. .. . ... . :u 2". 7Ck 6101 I1 41 lo Kbwimmee ( It,. run ..aouthweaterly Imported Cognac Brandy. Orders will Dot be filled .
61 Irr.LrG.. ail. .. . .. .. ... .... ... ... ;.. .. .. . 1><0 Lk 610 II 41BaI .6 feet east feet, north Mi feet. tlbou
t1 aIL..H.- 2 2YIo :Qo 610 1111 weat.r' feet S 92 DnponflfO . . . . ,1 nollenneaiy cash patflc order, express mOle

+ f iN..c....... C.: . stl. . .. . .. . ... : ..: .........: 4 'No 3ae -. 11 41 A E Doneg.n. . . all blk GL ....' "'d. to Kiaebnme. Pity I *> XX.XX . jftoMarUllxXXX order check. Send moll
28.1p4e. ... G. .. 116,. .. : .. . .. . . . . . . a :9 33a 6411 1141 UnkiwwaUnknown . lot I Shoemaker'.aub-dir Mk. H L 0...'. : [ 2I a) with order.
-- L.IC.. . . aIL.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. . .. $ 290 cIe -, U41 add. to Kiaaimmee City: I w.t .
< ', -.- Lad c.. aIL. ..... .. . ... . ... . .,........ . . .. 10-- 29. 330 910ll 41 iMnTJ . .. ne!4 lot 1L. .... add to Kiaauamee City 74
4u ab.p492 .. Co. . aIL.. ... .., ... .... . .. . 12 :l'to 3Ie 69) 11 41 Matc all except..... block V L .... add to Kiaainimmee '
.{ E.1pin -.CO. .. aII\&ofI'-"at.. .!..; 11 29a 7f 3a r..u JOOll City 5 12 H.: W.. METCALF ColORANGE' :

r '!} 1 ]Lrrp5r.lead ta-l..d ...... .u . . . .. ... . . ,. ... .... . . . III 290 cIe a'0 II 41 T P PmoottBella all Mk 90: .... add. to Kluaimmee. City 7 '1
f ) I -.c.. .11.. ... .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .. ... . .. . . i ,29a cIe 114I.I) 1213: BUm.Unknown lot 4 blk. 6. S F R R Co: aurreybee 1III:\
yt..pirl..dG.<< . aIL.. ... .. . .,. .. .. .. . .. ... .... ... .. 2'J :!90 ICIe 610 J242: II 6 3 J ft a.of n! nor lot 1 Mk 11 3 P'
J..s Co.Kavrfre ...J fl.. . .. .. ... .. .. . .. . ... .. .. .. . . 24 :!h rk 6411' U 42 R R Co: eurvejr, runa a. :.132-1 ft. aw 76 ft w AVE. ORLANDO
Bmpare Latad Co. . aD... ..... .. .. ........ .. ,\..... -,. . . . . ::18 2100 IJIe: 441) 1242R..IrwI.nlG. nw23r: .Ift.M75ft. 21.I F1'
. 611...... . .. . .. . .. . .. ... .. .. .. . -. 211 295 33. 440 1212 JJ Merrill. Eat beat 67 ft. a 47 der,. e of moat omlhetlycorlot4Wkl
-. Land Co. .. all . . ... .. . ..... ... . .... .. .. . :10 'Let: 7C6 1 1:142 HKKKCo ......,.. runadeam.
Lead Co . .U..4.. : 290 Si. 6.1 U4Z 17d r..50ft.nC d..... ... fto.. 1; '
1 llupk 19.p4rLmaiIC .. .. all .*....<...,... '.p'e. : ,. ...... .. tIo $40 '2 42i' wMft e ideira, w M>5t. . ... 692 JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY 1.
Bmp6Nl..ICo. .. ... all. :.:...... .a) :&0 ..... 454 :142: Unknown . . . lot *.> Boaweira add to 1".1_ City. 1 0.
........I..d Co.. .. ..,,. ... '.' ,.' L""" r'' W 37k HI 1292NI Unknown e>4of w'!-tIuL/ block 8.1Ia wwa' add. to. ' 4t)1' ? ," ,
o' :'. :,. 4 r.,14.of.,3He'64, 1lI/I: .. ,'fl f. ": .tt.(,' ' 'Kiaaimmee City. . .. .. ... ....f:. ,vJot. y
...... ....... (.. .. .. all. I'. ) .' .:'f wif.... "?, .'1IV: . .
.. all }.f ,', .'.. ',. r/, j ",' ... Ie IHO U 9'l UnknownN./Il) t<-... / S and 4 blk II. Jaa Q Lee1'a aub-dlr. of ;.\f1if, : -
all,' h ; .' :' \7" ,,9 ,, ,,340' 3.1a 1292 ' .1"1.! :', Mat hew. add 1. Kiaaimmee .. .': .. ;WM n. 1 W <
.1 1E IF. : .:. aiL W!' .'" '1'-' : ': ''' ,, \ is (.t/I4a/ ..&lot """ U8'J 0 W.ri"' i:1 "i;. , Iota X and 7 Mk II Mabbetfa aub-di. of.' .' "',\, ; i t; T r isi=*r Ji. 3r3M3 3?3rS, ?t i'2i39irwJl. Jit J17 l31. r316 i ,i
.. ..tlu ,If" '. 'i" .' "4 >< \ &Ie 6411 1:1 8'1 ', .(' I I Mathewa add.. Klaaimmoe City .. "., ; ' <\ i' t. a .
:: : .. <, ,/fI434a; ;' :tIe.1l9'l t'tt' S.Miaa ,7 f
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+ . &l1..'I'! ." .. Scipio L a.onr> > .,i. 5 baxHliiftnofaaeorawl4ofawl '' 'f., .
....... Lad G. . .. < Ic' 34. 3Ia 64:1 1:19'1 n Vi yda. w TO yd a V>xda. e 70 yd.. I1 ': ,"It 118
t ..... ...... .::0. '; : 21' 3-40 IU.. IllI'l: Anna SquireaMr. :; aw'i of nwW of nw1/.. . 9, : 27. I N'
k, I ...... ..... c.. r' :l2p 34a 2G1e 93 1292aterpM Ola Crammer Iota I and a MK l It Weat Kiaaimmee el
f ....... G. all... ... ; : . : ::' :: . ::14 1He :tae 114 2 92 THE INN"Now !
.. .. . ., 9i 310: 6p, 1:1111
,! 1"-1" Co. .21. . . .. . Me C. L. BANDY.
1'' '10' Kwa..IUo. all.... ,.. .. I . :110 :4454 :tie 941) lllr: '

7' '' 1f........ ....... Co. all.. . . . . . . .: . . .. .. . . ''lOMa: 3.U: 14c4 9t
V ........ ....... c.. . .Il.. .' . .. . . . : . . . . .. . . tI: : Me 32. 6.19 U II'lJroa..pire Tax Collector of Osceola County.
Lad C .11.. .. . . . . . . .. .. I31a :!:Ie..l 1292:
. . .. . .. ::101 JI4a ale ..41). 1:1: 11': 5
..-p6. Lad Cd.all.... . . . =::.... -==- ;;;:: = .. =
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.4 IC....... ....... ('.... all. . . . . . . . . . .. . 2 356 ;Coe I41 1:1: 92
( Mr- J..s) Co.Kaapire ; . .U .' .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . .., .. .. ,. . 4 1"w L4s 6.''4 Il 92 .
",/ ', Lamd Co.Kaipina ; .Il. .... .. .. .. . ... ... .... r.... .. .. . 6. ;25. 1Ie $30 1292 !
+ Lend Co; all.. .... . .. .. ....... . .. 1'"Ji.: ..' . .. 6 1fJoo :9e- 549): Il"J NOTICE
I Kmpira Lauid Co. ltcept M'onw4 . .. . . . .. . .. 10 :a'e 3Jo: tiIII Il: n Open for the Reception of Guests
Y P' Wire Led. Co.Kmpira . . .... . . .' . . . . . . U 8r. ;tk 611 I 9292 ,
.. . 4 ; $Ie 6411NJ. 12 :
Lrrlsilt.'rrl! Co.W . . . 15 sSs '
1 V . 611.4..d.104." . .. .. . : alt. ;2M Notice ia hereby given that the following; d.ria-llaoad., will be meld .t puN;" auction on the
r Bmpire Laud. C*. .Il. .. . . .. . . . 101 :t.6.. ;'Ck 5."fl 1202 fin day of July. 1807. at the. City Hall at Kiaeimine City. Florida. County of Ctaraola. ao mach' t in the Beautiful Cityof
Y ILrplr Lewd Co. all except an!!!.y of 923' . .. ... .. . q'' alt 9210 1)Ip) 1t 11\ thereof ai will be n wry to pay the amount due for taxea herein act oppoatM to .... ems tocethar
1 Kaapire land Co. .. . .. a:;. :!:Ie 6." 1l1r.: with coat of auch aale and ; I

.t 1 Paul til I...... ii!< of'ii\< of nri,'iaaa bi w eor aV\, of rr -' - I

of..U, rund..9Ayda: .n. .14O.. yJg w 9W. 211 aim ale :tJ :2 OT:< . =-C I. DESCIPTION OF PROPERTY. T Taxea I 'I

b? '----La Eau Land.d"C Co. . all..11ta.iof... .* . aw. >4.... . ..... ::x6'2 i5a.; ;:nee 5101 114f _ -I-and--Coat-- KISSIMMEE FLA. 8

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n. .. std of. . . "I ;4s astl :'J 40 July Rivera . . N H of lot 4 Block QL. S hoemaker'a. '. Bub Div of
Heary Addlacn. nwf4 I" l.' -. Block QL. of Robert Itaaa Addition . . . . I 24S
%? V* A RoobueV mr!, of ," .o. . . ::1:1: br :0. .441 13. I "
+ ,,*'- W A boebveV undvklad: ( lat In ne\.4of now!. leaa JjetrXkBe Mamiebitfield . Lola 19 20. n. 22 A. E. Drouchfa. Sub DlrUion of
1 t( ew .,aald 40. a 4JO f k, e dt.J: Block 8L of Robert baaa Addition .. . .. 228 ,

n fJU "fI. w 675 ft, ==lea landa I Robert Baaa Addition.
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to Alderman." Lofton Underhill. Unknown' All of Block" CI.. . .. .. . . .. .. .. . i n
AJdermanWK undiTidadHrntln naHof awH laaa fat, W.0.Dng s9.t All of Block ML . . . . .. .. 1 71IBS b
,2 nwooraaM40., a 420 ft, e7i deeded f t n Mr.. U J.Godboid .. All of Block ZL . . .. . . .. . . . '
420 ft. w U7\ ft. aJao leaa .landa toAlderman. .' :L'oo al. V ;.2j J. J. PadrattFrank . South tae,' ft of Block PC .. . . . ... . . .. .. II 4t> TERMS: lii

. ". Lofton Underbill I of nw'. 3.1xt CrewaJ.Jvpad . Lot 4 Block 4 . . .. . .. .. . .. . 216 i .
: UndarhtllJao e4! of bog.Mlft n of aw eor 6*>nef 110 ft 2'w :Flt t't' :270 'ettR. Ua land 2 Block. e . . ... ... ... 80
runa ; aIt.a219 ft w :t.: B. Savac All of Block" It I :. . . . . . .. .. 16 7t $2 to $3 Day. i
.6'' Lotto ,. . bee.IOOP..ltu.I 176< aof nw cur mPA"III1UJ'd"" al Ia -Sie it I Limaa Robinaon ... . lot 6 Block. B .. . .. .. ... . 6HITS per

Jack Parker : '' . . neU of ... . . '" .. a:. 8f.'Ie 40 176 Jim Smith .... lot 4. Robert Baaa and Addition . . .. .. . ... .. 62 ;
. . :Jb Nt,. :! 640 12:/ WfcUK
Ea.*... Co.Umpire alL "\ i $IO to $14 Week.
r Lead Co" . . . alL . :.. ., :I :be itk 12: :JIff RobI"".,, '. Addition per i

"aairtn I and r . ..... 0 2.0 4, f. t and 7 In; 4alt". : 4 art . . .. .
A 4k 2 o. John Malory Lot 4 Block 2 . . . . . . . fIR
,.1 _.... . _L< . . 10 :6a fTV 7 4fi. . . . I IHarry IK
J. L. Ueeaon U>t7Blortr 6. . . .. . . . . .. Meal Tickets 21 Meals
r" ::7 "ire, R rpplrsls:; Lod Co.: al l: :. . . 11 :.. :n. Mo 12 11'.1 $1O.!
Land Co. . H alt IoW 12 Unknown . .. All NE of K. R. in Block. D N. F. Dwea Addition.* 3 IS

? IIrp4r.,.py4' .. 't'f.. :" .:: : : : . .: : : : 1T. .r :: a4.. fie 2 i'tIt.plN : O. C. McLean. . . ........ . .. .. Lota 8. 9 and IO Block B. O'NaaJ, Oaboma Addition 3 4Z i ,.
i ,1A i ions;Co. . ."i4 and 54)0) of. nwll.nd} Iota I.ndl: . 1.1 :J6. 3:.. ' 10 19 H. A. Mathewa Addition

.. .. .. .. .. .. . . ... .. . :. 24.X. 330 IoW UI'l&oa..LaadCO. --
,+I l'pl..I..d. .. a0. 1 4 aaJ n)4 d n4! and s. ... Wltchard :. .. . .. . . . Lot 3 Block Q . . . . .. . . .. . . 1 30 i
Ia1 2
I 1 d 92, 14, ...d and.19d 4 ad nw)4 d -'r 4 9i ;:: 1161 8)12 11:1x. Unknown. . . . . . . ., .. Lot. S Block. LI . . .. . . .; .. . .,, 411

v 'I ..' ....n ..d C..L :C4 640 Mabb tt's Addition. ,tl;, 1j

-.. L..... Co. . .11 : 117. 3.1ttuJ II 69 I . . .. . . . :
wedvsl..2 Unknown . Lot X Block B .. . . . .. . . . .. gUnknown :
V N.._ ....... G. . 'all '" .. . . no Irk 3'JU 669 . . . . . . . Lot 7 Block. U . .. . . . . . . . . . 70 I '
. x._ land Co. . . _''' . . . .. . . 24 37. Xtoru 11-00 .11NUskrw. .
-...... .. . . lot 9b.. .. . . . . . .. . . .. . IM : Br.: r1 W. A. Patrick', Addition. W. Thurxaan .
:, K. per. L.rd(44s. ... all... . . .. . . .. . . . : 32. 12 J.W.lllm_ . . . .. . .. . . .. Lot 1BlinkF" .. . ..... .. . . ; . . .. .. 14 Oft
Eap6nLa.dCO. . . .. s1L. ..... ... . . . .... . . .. 4 34a u. 639 12 92 J. W. 8imp.on . . . . . . Lot Block F .. . . . . . . .. ... . .. . 7 ss
+. trprs La.d t.. .. all.. . .... . ... .. .. .. .. . . . . II 34a ;u.I:" 1292 R. H..Sa..... . .. . . . . Lot t Block P .. . . . . . . . .... .. .. . .. 208* !
.' +' ; ...... lad ('0. . . aU.... .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . .. 9 34a "'le 641 129'2Y : R. B. Bara.. . . . ..... . Lot a Block P . . . . . . . . . . .. 142R. PROPRIETOR.
X..plp L..d Co. .. 611..... ........ . .. .4.. .. . .. . .. 10 34a 32. 642 1I..lxpa. : B. 8a'sga.. .. .. Lot 4 Block P . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 88
.. ..... Co: . aiL..._ . . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . . . .. 12 ... ale 11.. Il: 8'!: UA.Waldron. . . .. . . . Lot 2 Block XIV . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . ......... t 6S
'1 JtapIoe I.-.d Co. .. d L.. ... . .. .o . . . . .. .. .. . .. . . . .. 14 ... W/e 641 Il: 9'l A. H. SPOT . . .... . .. . . S H of l..U.nd... of Lot 4 Block XX . .. .. ;i. .'... . .8Unknown
y JtapIoe....... ..... . .4%.... . . ... . . .. .. . ..... .... .. . . .. . . III 14m 9U. 6.M 1:111IK.p. : . . . . .. . ... . . . Lot ( Block XX. . . . .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . .. .130 x. E 5frK- a4E 55 173 ... landG. . . oJl..'.. . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . .. T 3x2.. 641 1l9': Unknown. .. . . .. .. .. . Lot a Block XX .. . . .. . . ... .. . .. . . . . .. ._ 1 IONaal .
2 y Rg9k.L.a4C..r. &II.... .. . ....,., .. .. rr..4.... . . .. . .. 22 a4 tte 6MUa 12 112 .Beaver. .. . . ... .. . . . 8 S4 of Lot aB"'k"" E. B. Wets addition .... :.. ISO .- __ -.' =- t
". AoftpboaLandCO.. .. . all.... .. ...... . .. . .:.. . . .c. . . 2046: ( UXia 12: ttlJ2 : : Oorm-e H. I_ Eat . .. .. . 8U"IAtJlO. Florida Land and Improvt.. Co.'. .:: = :

/ Fr J1r.plrs lad C. 'W.. ... . . ... . .. . . . . . . .91 ... 64.1Xte : t'lKapiIw .f.- Surrey' . . . . .... . . .. ........,.. ...... .. 140
...... Co. . . .U,. .... ... . .. . .. .. .. . . . ... . : .. 211 84 641 12: II'l
6 .te.iCO.. . . . 30 :Me 3'1e oMJ2. 12: IA Unplatted Landa. KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST
1Lrp4w- ...... Co.. . .1 .. . .. . .. ... .. . .. . .. .. .. . . .. r. 9.. .' 64U 12 IA MU. Annie Squire.. . .. .. .. 8 W U of the NWT W of XW )U Sec. M. Tp. 21 P 29.. S OO W :
'1 Rsdt LadC. ;0.. . . ..11_.... .. .. . . .. .. ... .. .... . . .. ...I'Ie... 12: n Unknown . .. . . . ... . Be-. and 48-100 cbaina, N and tt-100 chaine H <* .
1 Br.U. .... C..:: .. .44... . ... .. 1. . . . .... .. . .. . M' JWo Xie 6W lift SWeor.oIBWUoINWU8eetioatlTp.) Sa B. a- J
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...... ......CO.. .. ...... . .... . .. . . ... . ... . ..4 ilia I2e 11. : 91 P. C. HODGES Tax Collector.By WHISKEY WINES 11
.y' Z4 .94rLm... (:e.. .. .. IdL....r. ... .. . . . ., ..... ... . .... . . 12 169 1:10: IW3 12: W AND'BE.
) X..elre .... Cw. ..... .a..11."'M1 Nk . . .. .. .. . ...... . . . .. .. . . 14 360 12e". 12 trla.c. J
d' ...y.......all,......,, .:, .. . .. ... y;. ... . .. . .. ?l 22 .. Ke: 610 12 M J. .GILBERT; Jr.. .Deputy Collector. ,I
$' ZY.ln4.4Coe..l.t. 4dL.1.. ..... ..r. .. ...... .. . .. .. .. . :M ... "Ie 640XJe 12 M 'I ',' ) .
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nre9.. .,_ efatCBBK. R. .... M''" . '' -. M. .VfU'LSON:. ; JR. VANS AGNEW
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