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 14, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00285
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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THE CITY COUNCIL FOR MRS: f E. S. BENDER. .. SCHOOL BOARD. LOSES IW LV[" MN.[ j And See 'r

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Routine Business Transacted. Action Finds Mother and 'Sister .After Fif- Teachers Are ,Appointed'' and Minor Drowned At Norfolk While Return F'iee.- ..:!-J .


on Antiliquor Ordinanceie ,teed Years'Separation. Business Transacted at Last ing From a'Ball..

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Deferred Judge O .'. Parker tecelved this Regular Session.Kisslmmee Norfolk June 11.-SI* midshipmen .
week a marked copjjof the New Bed and au officer who came ashoreat / NEW THINGS

. ford (Mass.) Time, containing the ,. Fla., June 4th 1'fO'7.The Discovery Landing to attend the v ..
Town Hall June 6 1907.The .
. .,? following account of Mrs. Jo';. S. Hen-1 I ball at the Jameflltowo'eXpOaltlon last Cd and eeetL -
, Council met In regular session, 'I Board of Public, Instructionmet and all,
: der'a.happy reunion with her mother ntffht? five seamen from the ,For
'" there being present; J. Sears, pveN'| and ,later: in regular session there 'belnarpre battleship Minnesota; left the landing 1 e

.' Ident; J. W..Collier, T< W. E1U, and Mi's Anna Mender, whose search ent W C.. Bats, Chairman; ;. E. after midnight toy return to, their r

] J RvGllbert,, Jr.,.clerk. The, min. ,for Campbell her long-lost was excluslvel1loJd.deter Miss In, Clay the Brpwn andV W. Chandler also quarte""i eved but have to I he not drowned.been seen The and New StandardFashion .

' utes of the lairtl meeting were reul and,!I,Times last week, arrived in this city W, J, Sears, Superintendent, theory Of the oflicers that the launch '

'lki 11', ap l'oved. I, yesterday afternoon and U now with The Ij mutes. of the last regularsession struck an obstruction and fouudered.
her sister\ and'' mother at 3 Summer were, read anal approved
The following bills were lead. .and -- -
'I J. It, Gilbert,' Sr., County Treasnrer Sheets.rrs
, 'j Court, where she Is confined to her
approved. i bed on the verge of nervous pro*. reported as.follows:' Waalilnirton, June 11.-The los of Men's .

1d1 'f 'T M Murphy aalary u Mayor. I 1"> Ins tratlon all a result. the strain under : Office/ 'u( the Treasurer of OticeollL the six midshipmen just. 'from Annapolis 9
.... ......hal \ and a marina officer
P t Hod. salary JO JW which she has beisji fur. the past .six, > jim
CoiHJty.KlHBlniuiee.
P C Hodnwi, cost In Mayor court " I recently appointed and five enlisted
Maor months 1 Fla., May 6, 1007. ) A I
P C Hodirea. fmdln prtaoiwm p
.C. .. ....._.....Uee duty . IS 1W On the death of her husband. Mr. To the Honorable Board of Public In- men. l regarded bv the departmentas BEAUTY'Women's''
,1 Z R IMI... ... 10 onE r.dwin S. Bender last, December the most severe blow to the per r
wl.ry.upt.ELY. .. sliuction in and for Osceola County. f
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i"j R P Oilhwt.D nn. Jr, ""1')' ..clerk . . .35 "II Mrs;. Uender resumed her search I herewith tender my report as sonnel of the navy since the Spanish.American '. I I
4A C D Carter, s-uardinc pri......... . 10 "OT for her sister whom she had Treasurer for Osceola., County, for the war. Uutil a' late hour ItaUustrates: the most '
wllm..f_. .. ... . IiII today Admiral Kvaifs: hoped the i
j D Carter. J' for fifteen and since
not ,
.. $. .. seen years. month of April A.' D. 1U07:
100 am Children'sWear
.WJS.an. aatary' f..lderman. w. : : Luat time she has worked unrelenjtIngly launch, if disabled and carried by ujrto-datc4hylesin
T W J JO GENKRAL SOHOOI. FUND. .' the ebb of tide to sea, might be picked .
J W CoIIi.r.: ..1.00 .to achieve the leunloii.of: the To'balance. from but report; . ,. $515103: a that will
Hardware way
. Gmvaa Co. + or that If the craft :

...r', Stanford md.*for Car.cn atrwt, haullnardaajd work.. horH. ... ."' 1. 60,90 long When separated after family placing: the matter i In Amt 1908 received.. from.i. .. Tax.. ....CollMtor.....v...poll..... 10405To they heavy sea last night or ,waBrun ddightyou.
I Ik.p.oD1s. received Tax Collector.. tar..-*- down the officers and would be .
amt Cram
of crew ,
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Ki..imme.Telephone Co. phone rent two the handy of Dr. Jesse. M .Solomon'
.0't t 9 O t* 1391I 77To rescued by one of the, giant steamers .
the amt i-
... S 15 Bethlehem. N. II., the oew came to .--jv.d, from Comptroller, j.. '
W B Harrla. prinUnlf. constantly passing In the roads but
WilUon.. Jr bond fortruateea 10 Oil her that her sister had been found .1,4Auru.tr.d's----------- 2116
act
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J M WII....... Jr, notary'a fee* . g 00 Mrs. Header's nervea-gave way under 8 1187:1: IS In the absence of all Intelligence the .

'11. JK Pte' Jr salary. a... collector for :* 0 the jpjous news, and hardly could she My paid warrant.. per jlet . . 4446 18 hope Is abandoned. Officers/ lost'are:

4.; J R E1.Gilbert. J... frrlvhtTor B L I'I 14K control herself to write to her sister. .. ...... Midshipmen Henry C. Murfln Jr., '
for Balance . . ...1427 II Colorado; Walter C. 'Ulrich, Wisconsin '
Canon Oravea Hdw Co,, md e This agitated condition. '
it anfodL P t W the of which tssCampbell( I tcomplained'and SCHOOL IOS-DIIT. No. .. ; W. U. Stevenson, North
'. ; W ;Maktiuon Co, ....... for E t,P 1< MW.J8eara.pur. delay which caused her to Tobalanal.otnport.. ...t., :.. ... . S 20711To Carolina; K. P Holcomb; Delaware AT '
4 .. ,! aNt for for Nat Standard' F'ryand OH f: .12 U susueut'< that (here was something amt rec'd from Tax Co!. ta.... 1906. 201 44 Henry Jj.hHo1dl'n.! Wisconsin; and I .

... chine Work.. '. IS O* with the received. 12lII11Z David Ill. second lieutenantof '
'154 W.1 Sean, p'r.! ut* ,for for O'Kerry Fla. Electric* Cain Co.. ll'TO 70 J J wrong Mrw. Bender news was obliged to go under By pajd warrant aa per lI"t. .. .. ... 50 79 marines Kansas KATZ'SSunny ,

' 1 tn Ala!>I..., wood for E L P d .. a ph.)' lolan'.. care at Glen Falls, Balance.: .. ... . ...a 202 11BCHOOL. ---- t .!.. 'lOc and 15c None Higher .
A E 00_... wood f or E 1. P. 6Z /Sfl "'N. Y., whet. lIe wail when the news( J I ..UB-DIST. MO. .. Aa Rome .
" r I.J I.u-twork. t OO .... .. .... ..
.. 1"1\ reached her and for days was unable .To bal.nc.laMnpnrt . .$ 744 II[ of the
W B Makinaon Co. .... for atreet. work S ., now merely a memory past. : >-- .
}} Oaeenla County atreet work 22 <*' 'to trust herself for the trip to thin To.mt recd from Tax Cot! tal
A L Devidaon.aalary.._v.norer M "0 tolt\ Finally, although still 111, she so7 ire liniment of the twentieth century I'

rue t State etr
Council received a'conllullnlc.atlon mother and sister; and. she took a Balance .. ... ..-i IISCHOOL cuts, sprains neuralgia. etc. Mr. C. !t
7ttS train for this city. BUB-DIRT. N0.4.To t.4 U. Runyon, Htanberry, MO., writes: 1NrrW1'Nfr'frK
O'Gara in regard to
from Timothy laud in Hardly was she able togo the short lialanee last report... .._ .. ..:." W 86 "1 have used Snow Liniment for rheumatism -
71 damage against", two a'rell 01 of distance, from the depot to Mrs. Campbell's To amt .....d from Tax Col. laxei 1U06, 8502t and all pain. I can't say | a
,I.ell Mathews' addition to the town home after leaving the train, -- enough in Its praise.1"Korjsale I South Stables ,

.IA4,.11I Kisslmmt City Same was referredto and almost immediately. on arriving By paid .rrantaaa per li.t. ... 31391 1'6188 by Roberson'a Pharmacy, . j |> v
city attorney. :
. there she had to be put to bed, even . ,
.... An ordinance to punish anyone who before she bad a change to allow her- Balance .. . .. .. .. ...." ..a 239 82 -- i
sells spirituous vinous and malt liquor self the joy of !going over with her STATS AID FUND Residence and Barn Burned. ". : l '

he. within, the town. 'u.relut l a first mother and sister the circumstances To balance but report .. .. I '630 110 i li **
-- time whereupon was ordered flied and attending their long separat.lon.When By paid warrant aa per lI.t. , ... .. ... 140 00 The residence and barn of SheriffJ sjj.%%%%* \\ = wai' i 1: "
M. Walker destroyed by fire'
until were
\101IM further action deferred next regular the Times reporter called at Balance .. .. . .... S 49* M before day morning
meeting. from the Campbell home this noon ,Miss i. It, GILBERT.; 8R.. just with nearly all their yesterday contents, only a i. BtOADIfAY: > a)
.M Coiainuntcatlou itcched bond ii LIVERY SALE and. BOARDING $
IN Intereston Campbell, clad in a neat nurao'a! costume COUntr..u..r...:; few articles of furniture. being saved | ,
trustees In regard to paying informed him that Mrs; Mender Bills were approved and warrantsissued 'i. $ a
tu- bonds In advance which was referred -I then in bed had left wordthatlke follows Among other things lost was over. two s .. !....., 1O3 .
UI. U the finance committee!. uhotwas and that as i hundred dollars In money. e-N\\N\N\N\\NN\__- .._._..............NN\N\ : $
had nothing to say WJS..n.aISupt. ..! .6 75 OOWC first'discovered . 4
- " When Sheriff Walker -
from
Communlcatlonrwasreceived' she desired to allow the matter to Baae M BPI. . .. . S OOFK ,
q' the fire his barn which was' -located Well equipped with New Stock and Vehic et a'cttt
out the State Bank of Kiaslramee regarding drop without furtheq agitation. Having : Brown MB PI.... .:. ": ISOWWChandlerMBP a, i.
psymeatof intere.t'on' outstanding the I... ;'i. II <110 near the house,' was a light prepared to' meet all demands with Perfect .:
xyx her
( achieved aim discoveryof Valley Oaxette. printing... ". . V. S CO blaze and he imtlediately'turned_ his {Satis. :
1 scrip. 'Same was referred to her relatives she 'was suffering JR Smith.janitor achooT No.' 1., .. B4 OO 'f. :\ '
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finance committee.: under the reaction from nervous ;van>aaL taoher.chL.f";... 1. 1OO 00 attention to Mrs. Walker; who baa i.\ faction., a_ i.i .
t.J : been In ill health time and
1' Clerk.was instructed to draw warrant Bertie Johneon. ? 6 00MlaaAleenMoon for some ,\
and j
and desired
tension quiet peace. " .
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I. .a 00Albina
.. .. who fainted from the fright and by
In of Interest on .
for *20 payment Miss Campbell expressed her joyat Smith"' .. I .a 00
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treet warrant of ilOOO to July J..1007. FlnleOventreat 4600i the time her bad gotten them safelyout i.| HKULING' A SPECIALTY.
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) the reunion but nervous was ;. : ;" ,1,1 . .HEAVY .
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: . : the whole' burning.It ,
bad premises were
I. Marshal reported calaboose In Emma Fuieh .. .. ... 1a ,4600 ,
from'toh. strain of.fbe past week
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she MC Bryan "I,.., . 46 00 Is believed that the fire
building generally
referred to.
,a condition, which was and from the constant, care of hersister LeuinieBaaeEmma :: .: .. 4600 - ,
committee with Instructions to since her arrival that she: had Yowell ...' t; 'c.:\:;. ,4600 was of incendiary origin and was an .
make necessary repairs. Breda Butler s' I.....'"'. sowMUaMaymeC. attempt to destroy the county'a bloodhounds .. .
little to say."Everything,., ,
Bowman aalary te.cbwseh.ol In wire "
The following bids were received U she .... .. . ... which were) kept a enclosure
I I..11 right now No. 8, State aid '. S5 00 i
for the position of scavenger: VV.-T. acid'and all W C Boswm. t.chw.chool No. 29. State)' : at the barn. The dogs, however '
V, Smith! bid MO :.Will McKee bid 50. we. are happy., was aid .. . . .1. ........... ...-.... .:3600Eetella managed/ to escape and Mr. .Y:
bid (75 Isaac Peoples she would say.Colored Ronra. b..chw ..,honI No. .SO. Walker thinks they'must have jumpedover il''r-I BAKERY;
Davidson
A. L. ;
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--- State aW. ..7.,.., ... 600 ..
"T'-- -" : yi ,
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bid $T5.After) considering the O L Bandy oan.hY coL aub dt.R No,1,. (M the wire wall of their cage,whlcjh : .:; .
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bid Will McKee was aecept4d. Minister.Commended: o L Bandy. 80C was pnly about six feet high. "'. ,. ,.
the of t S
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above .. .. .. '. 'r y' '
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' H Bandy. ? A't 4 (47 The sheriff carried about; fourteen .V4lO\\-, \;. <\ ..1C'.' .' <. .f'C""o'. ,. ; ,vt;, ' ;), d i- d, /1\C'. /"..
Jo I There. being no .further" tnnlnesB ( The Fe'rnandlna News of last week: W J Sear*,.. .-....... ...... .... ...t.. .". 1 46 hundred dollars insurance which. will ',i .r .1"I.M.1lft.. "! ' ; J.i" 'trs1.! L'i'I': : : :;' 1., ,,'L" ,.,," 1l... : . .,.ft,". 1:{ yt: ,i4\'reI "1wyh
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f The Board i i. . J. :. IJ, ". : 10 ': f
Council adjonrned to meet in regularfusion' coutalns the following letter from then made out the lack considerable of covering.the. loss, '" "f' I. "\
Rev. James A.'Creek, of Kisslmmee, annual itemized estimate for the ..
July 2nd at 7:30: ,ns
Tuesday -- -- .' --
m. W, J. SEARS* Fla.. concerning the recent brutal school year beginning July 1st, 1907, A Mother- Fresh Bread l Cake and'Piet
p. lappy
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murder of awhile family living near and< ending June 30th 1908 also set .
J. R. GILBERT, :Jri., President. : ; .... ,
the of will see that her baby is properly r s *
Fernandina by a negro: 1 beg to salary teacher for the different '
Clerk, .
say just here in reply ,to Mr Keen' schools. After due consideration the cared for-to do this a good .purgative ,t 1

letter in your paper in behalf of the salary of Prof. R. M. Evamt was Is necessary. Many babies suffer ; Every: ,Day.FINE ..-. .
,
Resolutions of Respect.At good people of Nassau.county- as I raised to 125.00 per month sod the From worms and their mothers, don't ,
know them(to be some of Florida's .salary of No. 8 was Vaised to 940.00 knowiit' .-if vour baby Is feverish- and :\0.... : .
a nipetlng of Orange Blossom best, 1 am not. against the good per month. Outside of these the doesn't sleep at nights It Is .troubled .- ," 4 het,

ijfJ Lodge No. 80 held last Monday sheriff while I am against the long same salary 'was made as for last with worms White's Cream Vermi . '.
eeolo.the member took special delay of the judge in this case I year. The Board also set the mill- fuge will clean .out these worms. inr-a LINE-
cognizance of the loss which the feel that it would be wrong for us all age for the next year. mild. pleasant way. Once tried,'always 1" ...
J lodge had sustained In the death of to become- murderers on account of Teachers were appointed as follows: used. Give ft a trial. ; Price 25 T *

Mr. J. K. Gilbert.and a special committee one dirty brute a. we hate a law I Schodl l No. 1 --R. M. EvanPrin- cents. .
was appointed to draft suitable think It wrong to keep such men in cleat; Miss Aleen Moon Asst. Principal Sold by Roberson' Pharmacy.Look Candy Nuts: :Lunch; Goods. Etc. '

resolutions In reference to this. loss iallto await the regular term of court.I ; 7thr grade Miss Bessie Furen; ', -- -- : : ..
and the following were submitted and think It ought to be the duty of the 0th grade Miss Firs!. Overstreel; 5th at This Bargain: l I. An Auto '."'"*': t4

'Is adopted by the lodge: courts to try them at once and hang/ srr 'de'. Miss Albina Smith;v, 4th grade .....olul.. :1'Q"
Whereas, In ills infinite\ wh! dom and them at once as. we as a people do not Miss Emma Futch: 3rd grade. Miss ""
justice It baa aebmed !rood to our Divine want such brutes to lire a moment. M. C.iBrvan; 2nd grade Miss Lawson; Four cylinder twenty-four horsepower

Master to remove from among us lie should have had his trial and been let grade; Miss .Emma Vowel: 1 aod) five passengerfortymileper.- BUDDED) TREES;\ !
: our beloved brother,. J. R. Gilbert, hung before now by law, not lynched' Miss Butler assistant.' hour automobile lot sale New. last
and ---V aa the word lynched means more mur- School No. 2,Miss. Edith Belknap; year; in perfect condition.( Cost
Whereas, In the death of Brother ders. .appeal 16 the courts to try him School No. 4, Miss Lizzie Johnston: t"l.700. will sell for cash at $1,250 y
Gilbert Orange Blossom Lodge: F. & at once and hang him for hU crime. School No. 7, Prof J. M. Ray; School! See DUNCAN C. PELL, Orlando, Fla. Islesworth Nurseries.y

b A. M., has lost one of Its most useful This is the voice of the better class No.8. Miss Pale; School No.9. __ _ _ ._____.

and active members, and the community of negroes and 'I am one of them. Chas. P. Belknap; School No. 12,.. Summer Boarding. .. .1. .... '
at large a true and upright cltla Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson and I Miss Templeton; School No. 13, Dr.
nt therefore be iv' knew them and their children were Hubbard: School No.. 20, W. C. Delightful cool large, airy rooms,' CHASE: &.co., ProPuw7roRs. ,,- WHOAItbtAozlj; ?
Resolved That while we |how In nitro people. The beast who murdered Rogers and Kstells Roger The excellent beds and first-class table. ', rni

humble submission td the will .of the them should have been hanged the I salary this school was railed to Rates. reasonable. Spend your' vacation We will have read for next Fall a ad'Wlpter planting a 'general-'' .4

Supreme.Architect, we lament and deplore i next day,. Yours for the right" .40.00 and t.to.oo: near the ocean. Address Mrs. assortment. of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all) leading varie, '
the departure our late brotheras i This Is the attitude of all self School No. i. MI.Jlli'Prather; K. F. Davis, 03 Central Ave., Ut. ties. Our trees are budded oo good healthy rough Lemon and 4

a loss we have sustained, both per respecting colored people toward the :' School No. 28, James. P. Hawthorne Augustine t'la. Sour Orange' roots, guaranteed free from, insects pesta of any kind., '. '
soYially and as a Lodge. malefectorB of the race. It is bound Miss C. Milton and Mrs J. H. ,
All budded from bearing trees in our' groves ana therefore true to f
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Resolved, That aa we have consigned to have its effect. There would be Bteffee ---- -- -- -- name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to'

his body tp Mother Earth and less race prejudice among the wbitesIf The Board further Instructed the none and our trees are as fine >s money and twenty y_..'. xpr--1 b
commended his spirit to Him who there less the Chairman to look into the condition TliuIIn
was among negroes. Bq fence can produce. We are making a specialty thls. season of the' '
gave It, we will ever cherish In our Times Union. of the"school house at No. A and have famous California Valencia fAitH,, which ii Is destined to become the M
memorles the examples of our late .. the same repaired.'
-' -- greatest money-maker Iq florid. Our Valencia'',buds come .direct I
brother, and strive to emulate his Several large petitions having T do. from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for Pro'lldllclnjZ' ,
Savings Department.The .
virtues. That we tender to his loved been presented- to the Board asking qportbion the best Valencia California..* c ,*
sincere In this that the Board make the
ones, our sympathy Savings Department of the first Friday
hour of their bereavement, as well asours. State Bank of Ktssimmee which was in each and every May a holiday for Auto Cars. Line. Write for. Prices to J. W.'HOARD. Gotha. Fla.;or call I and see our'Nui: *"'
school No. 1 fbr the
of celebrating -
purpose
Resolved That a. copy of this inaugurated .on May let has more tie) annual Sunday School series at Waco on Florida: Midland R. R." ,
has more than met the expectations ofthe
tribute be furnished tile family of our picnic; the same after considerationwas Leave Kisslmmee 6:45 a. m. ".\
bank. It '
la
proving very popes Arrive Orlando 8:30 ,, 4tai.
m.
lamented brother, .a copv be inscribed lar feature. granted.There a. --- ---- --- -
tn our Minute Book' and a copy befurnished When mone'l. In this department being no' further. business Arrive Sanford 9:20: a. m., ..' .
r placed -
the KUrimraee :Valley Ga. it bears Board adjourned, till next regularmeeting Leave Sanford, 11:00 a. m. ....t
interest at 4 .
nette" for publication. percent W. C. BASS Arrive Orlando 12:30 p. m. .tCA.'CASON
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Respectfully submitted.J. terly.per annum nd.i.. payable quar- (Attest Chairman.W. Leave Orlando 2:30 p. m.
W. PBENTIS' J. SBAKS Supt. Arrive Kisslmmee: p. m.
: M. J. HICKS .Any sum however small is sufficientto --- -- . ';O.s .. L.B: I". .. CAatsQ". : ", 1J I "f
&SST J. W SIMPSON open an account,, and it may be There Ar- FewTPeople Oonnecttngwith' Seaboard R. R. at Pr..M.ati. 1.I..t.' C..Yler,
added to"from time 'to time as the Orlando and the Clyde.boat at Sanford -
/i f Committee. small amounts accumulate. who know' bow to take'' care of going north. State Bank 'of' Kisslmmee
," Another feature of importance is themselves-the majority do not.' The : ; '
1 The Commencement Dumber of '"1Ie that women and children control their liver is a most important organ In the Fare same M railroads. '* Kiesitnmee Pia. I

rut, .Sandspur published by the Lvoeum own accounts and by judicious saving body.. Uerblne will keep \It in. condition. , 'HARRY T President.,, '
W.
,i and Sphinx: Literary societies of Roll they soon have a. ,nice sum. ''which V. C. Simpklna,. Alba. Texas, c : oSMAN, y __...'... I . 1

w, tins College; has been>> received at this makes them feel independent, writes"I hare used Uerblne for chills Cap C. :E. Burns Vice .President. ";'T.; '.' .; :1. PAID U. C.'I'ALu.-.1.. .1.,.",.",,. .a 'f.eo 000"00 r 'iI

office and is a credit to Its editor The next Quarter begins July tat and fever and find It the best medicine Dally. ''Sec.', and Treas.JM. y'ITOC.OLD.$$ LIABU ITY.... ..,. :,60 500.00. 's. '
.y\
and publishers.sThls number Is filled and is a a splendid time to betfnaa I ever used., .would. not be without \ :
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N. with Interesting reading, matter per account ,Do you see the pointyNotice. good for children as .it Is .- ,,-, - ;- -- DIlf'05''W'01tS 58C"I1'Y.,9q... 100 000>> 00, '

talnlog. to college life in all) its forgrownup people; and recommend. WlLLSON.jR;; .. ak'prorpt '6+
'phases and contains Dumber of fine It. It !. fine for IB<<1'lppe." sad retch Attsitlor giver 'to all luttera .a., '

half-tone cute Illustrating" the build. .'. Sold Robarson'sTbarmacju: / 1; fruited td.as,' BKO.... +s good et an pol.le .to., ....... "' .

lop and campus r ground of ;this A'u"" '''parUs.hsvii;' cattle In my . '. J. i,. _. ( NOTARIPUDLIC.r'STATI: , l r ratat9:, } '

xosllent institution' Ttit' printing pasture known M'.Mill Slough pas Messrs* Henry sad Wlll/Overatreet ''f\ AT 'LAO.. l c. .YOUR.BU511lESS'' '. 8OLJCITEDI .}

was done by Hiidson, 4c rtiuok.! of ture are 'requested UK remove. returned Monday from a tbre*".weeks'trip 1. ;:Real Estate' Agent.

Orlando which Is a "sufficient. guarantee them b252t 'Jne z us., to New York, and "Jamestown! . .. .. J.\. I
of the excellenceof the -Sb..u. l :
work. I.
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.. fII owner of that money was, "Tom. Itwas JAPANESE WfiATHYIndignatioti J
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sweetheart
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S told me that*either. And "b..o th*

tnme to lila office, poor and In misery, t Doings Florida

4J7'I 4i he never told her-though he knew" that OverJAct'1 of
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nor offered to
- nil this motley. was hers- .
help her. nnd let her go 01 tho catuo, Frisco IVtob'Woivt: Down.

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i tarring. and lit rags./ -

_ 41 ............ ............. "What! 1* this truer S
_ % P ); By WALTER flESANT.t ':o- "Walt bit," Jem, replied huskily. Examination Paper Stolen. Governor Use Veto

.............................. S SOW; that you have returned, }j.. III Stale Superintendent!' W. M. Hollo- Governor Hrowar4 hu flied! with EP RATION DEMANDED.

to pretend to find ant who ought 'way. and the Southern Express company the secretary of slate three 'veto.mes- / ..- 5 .i
going ... _. _ ,
------:1: : lo liino the; money, and to C win ypftP'tfinfldeiire otnclaU :are busy Investigating. the SOKPS. The measures vetoed are: An Ti- .i1
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=: --__ __ .- lIT t'UlII3'0111." \ S.S mysterious' disappearance' of a pack. act for the relief of the tax' aebegBord Punishment of Gullty and Pay fOP '
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: Ill III "llrtlet-you're a devil. :b.'s (rut age contalnlnK the printed qiiestlons of \tlie ,countfed' of" Dade; St. Luclev Os. ".',

; ; III S III out thN morn I HIT:, Tom. >Wt. had a.rnw. for the June examinations. On the 27th Lee, Monroe and' DC-Hulo! ; ait Damage Expected by Toklo Off}.
Slip doesn't knoW "what aba .1..1.I clal*:-Popular Feeling Reaches
L CHAPTER XY1U.' 18 S ,"I cn.n'1 bear It," .she cried a'tirtiiigill t.(11I4 of May Mr. Holloway sent out to the act to reylve the charter of and to

.Continued. 4 |) and ,walklng about the room. '.'J..I "'1JIjZ'1:'\ ( for tho trll younliont superintendent' of the various coun- continue the powers, right and prlvl- a High Pitch.
; I it lug np/ >, and lfA J'Wra.rt
won't boar It"' 1 I5. tweis.'I'oiiI .'" tics the examination qucattona. The 'I I KOS of (the Atlantic and Quit company -
"Ill nnrno wo* Addlson. toil me Unit Miss C'III't'Ile >
Upon IliU tile young lady behaved. In S ."W bat will you do then. J Harriet' ? tutncd'to Harrteh"Have packages were!' put up under the per herptofor"e chartered' and given' ." The.leading papers :in Tokio Japan; I

', a very surprising/ manner |nde<>d.. Far You might as well declare I tli.U! younont j'''u anylhlug mol* tot tvVl .It' onal supervision of Mr. Holloway'* under chapter); 4474, law .ot: Florida, whose opinions are worth quoting, are
tooiiiaviie.Itcittse
Instead 'lnK "'OhV'! or "Ionr moj" have! a j'lIr..l my You wrote to mo Unit It I w vl.1 vfljl ftnco force. Mr. Mclntosh his t'l tf'fclerk. and amendatory thereof, and fixing of
atootliachoor Bllent on the question '
l dear bad temper.never, yet demandingan
or "How very Intcioslinir! she l'tIvl'r..1 l mail's hlt'l$ ." this iiioni'njr your huohniut Mul 1 >hiInid accompanied the janitor 'with nit time for the completion thereof,
) clumped a >
S her (ace AlJtli her hands, mid Katharine S "OI hb t deeelted mo-you deceivedme. iniiny/ thhiKit of Importniiop to corn S the packages: : to the express office and sudan act to amend sectloiw Gilt and Indemnity for the so-called bom' ,

S **w (hat "nil* "was crjIiiR.Vlmt ." you. istijisitite. As for lvntie's inberltunee. delivered them!' to the HgcoC:, taking a G3S;)! of the general statutes of Florida bardment of'Jupauewe establishments..

S 1; "\ l. the m.itterf: Why are youcrying lu S cnlmly."I j II 1 know it nlieady. Whollier: lie knew receipt for each package Mr. King. relating to prlfftlnR.
: SS "N'", Hart !lot. no, replied public\ In Sail i Francisco Reparation totthe ,'.
? did not deceive' )'011. I>o stfc down before! I told him- of the local force ot the express, company The tux assessor's relief bill provld .
"I in crying, my dnr-<<>h. my dear.wbat "l1t' 1U1 1:1I0twrorp.;: >'eIU told him. damage inflicted and puniShment for .
nnd lune breakfnot. vomfoitahly. No.my went dO nut I crying for?. It.I Ii berau lie I told mo nbont it before yon came la UI't'ct.d( and' : r
let -nll IliIiiK! \by > the culprits : it 1* believed
you' are eclting better": tto on. lonr. 1won't doiir.: Poa't "!ia l ; home.. ; ( SIl "wagou and personally (check' on the basts of 2 .per, cent on the ,
S bail names. I only kept lutck tortnlntfact rd th packages to tho Mr. be ositor that the toeminent Is taking
cry nil)' tuoiv. to oil-Tom was "(7o on Harriet. I suppose" you will\ messenger. drainage -assessments to paid:

.S ?. Ills name ",ain't it? Poor Toiol! Tom' *. come to an end. some lime." said l.erliusimiid George }o1. Scott. Hupcrlntendent vf the internal improvement fund niont proper steps lu the mutter.
You told mo nothing' about the truntinoni.y. Though Toklo
Addison, mid ho went out '''' war x.r- ." sitting; down. "I-1 xlm'u't interrtipt public instruction for Bradford county -. >'. now in the .bonds* of the. ...trustee -" the puUllo is irritatedat
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I respondent. and wan: killed by the "I slid tint:' S you any more." I falling to rt-celTe his pach- ge of *. the tardiness displajed in vffcctlug

S Arab* lit Suaklui; with an officer CapS ''You .1t""l'h.t't1 mo.-;yon Imio ahxnjslecvlyrd Harriet went out of the room and the questions, notlOed Mr. Holloway' In his nietnaBe; Governor 'Itrowarde&ya a solution of the dlniculty, opinion haa

tain n"LIIUllhUn-bllt their l>o
S jie-i'or r xM'errd. were they? Poor Toni ttpoA the taMe.: .:.. .'' A second J l appeal to hostile demonstration j lu
lug eyes; and a led spot on vltlier! (')II't'k. : S package was forwarded to the duties of the trusteed and .defining

Addlsou! Poor Captain Mclaughlin! Hut irs the lit lit tjlll .. Yiyi shnll newer "There, are ;your aunt' Jewels. Mr.Addition. him which he has receive Mr. Hollo- ] their powers specifies; the particular lILly form. 1I.\ is true, however: that

S 455 ? IVwr girls who, loved them at borne IIIJ.nlllom.U" have' the vlrnneo of" Wl\lus' meairnlK. / ;My liusbiuid made ute 1 paoto.them way notified the authorities of the fOX.pr,8. objects "of Improvement for popular Indignation: has icaciied" adegue -

i.4'. . np In fl. lias. He was joiiiK tu
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f "Io ,yon know all about it'?" S take. th1I8111 nut sell them. liesaid ., coiupany and vJYorts. are being which expenditure of this fund may never beiuru' \ ItnekstMl I In t'ho bla'lory -

S : r "M)" (lour. .It was In the papers. but Just 1I1I':1I11kl'. Harriet. How IonsI eorttltiuey that"you' would never mi** them niaduf" to trace It ui>. bo made; anti l HIelng as I do. that of .J 81l1n's relatloua with the United -

: not yourim'me.. The worM l III m->.ortola the *present. rampage SYuu irolni to t anti! flint they were worth n pile of In the meantime Mr. Holloway was xhe expenditure of any of this! money Stau-g. J it Is thought by Influential .

, I L. wore tiuiit a. quarter of the truth. hate always deceived, me, from 111"1"Jlt'')-." S informed l that a negro doctor of )Leon I. for any other purpose than that epccl- Japiiuese that the quicker the

S S And none tit the pnpors"said a 'v 0..1ah the beginning. Oh.: -\\hnt a fool 1 wn" r lmbnnd ash notli'nff' but county wa's soiling set*. of the examination fled In the act referred would endanUtr facts regarding" the, uegot.latlo now .

i l. out Katharine ilegina.t to trim n. word you wild! 1 inicl't have I driuiMiied upon the table with his itallft. question to negroes for t2 a the whole f\ind" ou in .. Tokio and in \\asf.ington

S "Yea/* was killed. and then-oh'! guesst-tl what sort of ty titan joTiveu- "llt' has taken down half the\ picture set. At first Mr. Holloway was In. 'rite governAr plvea as his reason ar. published the butter It will (HI fur

S what IUd anything matter? In the And III the IIOUNC. and in ,polni; to trouble from > onr eompnnlon now you for \etolliR bill relating 'to : all concerned, all.a stage has now
S middle of 2II) Mr Kmptige: want me to help in iol>l>inir! jour I it' says you won't miss them. Informant inflated thai such was the !I, state: printing that the act:' dot-* nut. : been readied when it may prove danI '
came home one day. and .said bitt snMrywa : / You will tliul. "them staeked all tv.idy In
S cut down from three hundred isIS (,,".'.111." Yes-in robbing Ji.t'l.! feet and offered to Re: a copy- of the I II I JiteChlY that all printing for the/ state I I ,jjeroud to .keep the people in suspense ,

Oh! I questions, which ujion, couiparhoziwas' shall be June la the state, us has of what,, .
3eto a hundred and fifty. TheyI Ignorance U being uoue. "
s ;. "("niI It what like inrfriet." But (Jo on. said Tom. "Is there any I I
: couldn't afford' hY keep me any longer.So you more':" t I found( to lie a \erliallni ('('II'.t> the i been the established custom. j I The 1-lochi which In xupjiorliog} 'I
,
lii ot
retltlened. ;1 inn not going out
I bad to look f,*r another place.There thfs i I roml.. iliirrletcpened" the iloorn). of the S sldeIward. questions sent out from the state *uporinundent's i Iti (ci, ring, to tilt' o her net reviving Count Okumu III hi a pukltion on the '
S job euipty-h.iiule i> e you
? are' thousand of lrlt-ladlt'iI-! llalf of It ongbt tiV lie mine l h y rlKht tilth \\ii8 tin oldfashionedIliinir. oltlco He bad obtained S the <'harl'r of t hit. Atlajitlc and (ult j. American qU "IIIJII. |,ul>llt.ub tile fol
: looking for work e\erywhere. Oh, It I the (' from a onion 'who Governor
S And vlmt with the jmt-N and the wil- with iit uplxUrd III tlie mlildlc.It 01') negro Hallro..J emiiiiny.| liipward ; jowl UK. S

: li n miserable world for them! Thousands >er III II 1fII. nnd the will nnd the p'lrturen I wn.a full of I'nolr Joseph's, oM silverS claimed that the had itald this t.egro Rlns. the following) reasons for nlai The Sail Fianclsco outrages are Aj

I, I 1 you of "t\gfti-yoii) about looking can not for 1m a work.lioxr el IIP.tnntll .. and my bill of eost t 1. Und nil"-. hecntliai.zeI hi* collection worth rtny amount of .kCIUI' $10 for 'hem with a pionlf&eto i \f'to. 'In go far uu this act relatesto j worse than use murder of ..- -uIISilon.I .

sussythere -lholl..nUtH-bl't'"k.. IlLS oonjutiotlou* h'.II. to l1I"n'r.: .Jijahim $13 additional when the the chniter "He I iiia all the old silver here I
.1 lug their hearts tu trying to cot work. impresx IIl'n1billl..I.r. the ponet o' ; put bewail teaching. S ccitfjiris with section fe5 of article 3 ; of Klou Chou.

J and some ot them .starving because arithmetic-"I!" intend to come |>ietinell >" ins re.uly i., to take ht' l It taken away awftv.thlTrvnli'ir lie wn'1(1'III non I Str.tluUi'\\8), ant the ,'1\.I'rIt"| .r.. S of :lu constitution! of the state of FlorIda } -I Who would' bionic an appeal to the *

I t. they run not pet any. I wa one audI out of It. Harriet. He added :i ifer b." lictus; are UMIK t.\ cry effmt to ob-, jit. aiucntittl. III I Ihl'fl.I which prolilb-I Ian uieabure t it an InijHju-ncy to protect -

S S S 1 L liad .n tblnc left at all. aud I spenttwo words of more xleorou 1-:1I1o:11h:, "* tIn olde'iee that w.ll fix the guilt i' its 8.11) tipecinl livialatH of thU kind
Tom "I there it.'li '? j
r I with reference to I Ia rrit'('* I tempere jr":1I1t'd. in .fltnrt treaty 1'lghloIo Is I'fovedrti S
,
night walking np and dowII thee "Vo, 'Iheie i I. ' uncle' collar upon whttvtnstt'it. the questions I >6teotlves Tin. 16.d ae< also prriMins: to work *.*. "
onr wine \
> lio\ve\er
that
4 S \ she replitsl. "I know you will I hope. Arobal aai -
e street* without a. home, and on the We've bevii .IriiiWiuj! : the wine are' at01''''' iijion tlu. <-HM : forfeiture! ; I litSd! <. but the laiiRU ipo
S 5 get n few hundred | nnd 111. 8 lid vou S ;[ dur Abkl nl'l! he firm enougu. to make-
ecoad night I loot my only friend In over since .we fame and lie inmu It) !, '1 lu> thef of the quebtiont. will jirobab -. iittd is MI uinbigii that it Is not
will lId It nil in drink and ntiiind
S :- the terrible "p : tuuN anhfu( !uin go\erntnciit take
fog.Vbeu
.? you found sue liettlug and\ t>llllrd... and v here 'I carry away all the rest. He :iy!* you !>' cause Mr Hollow)' tit throw out ('I'al'IIt'III'r the lands are atttiuptfd
I had Just learned' that the na lures to Lie out justice to the
'S left Eiuptsehad '' hall. We be afterward :No.': Jeui I nm \v1-iie\er|] know that there 1 ii a (iellnrfill the examinations, for all ixgroea In l 1'0' be! forfel.ed' l)>' the company to the '

S ,- -I knew Doughty not ".-b.\'t'street. And and then gone I away think 'I', not !going/: back to the old 1 life pon't ). nnd lie will" either! drink it himself Leon county, and ma>' posib.: cause j stute( or bjt; the state to the: com- Japanese.:_.- S

think tt. I shall ." or sell It. the" entire examination: a1;! the '
4. I ronst hare broken down go my own wayYoti o\or i! puny S '
I "Co ou, ansol" said her husband."There COULD ROT IS AIRED. ,
tuy ;
-.\nd then 1 tondou.. Ob. I foundS I have nlWMjs gone your own 'l Is state to be thrown! : tut. At presentIt I I. S ,, .
)"eIQ!"" i way. Harriet. But yon are a fine nothing more to tell. Mr.tddlson. is Impossible to say whether the I I I The Tampa Northern r.llroa..JblcbII ,
.. Now< know what kind of First Given in
Hearing Salacious
DIvorce
S S aud I'm you I -
At this point the Sister: appeared woman proud to own you distribution "of the questions is local | a day: or two inaugura.ed Its rt-g-
cousin you've Rot, Let liiin deny It
"Own wt' She was net the leastmollified II Suit In New York.
;i again.S hoeau." or general. Every I'rtp'"utloo has been I ulir scMedulu 'cf pussengcr and I
"JCot too much by the!' compliment to her appearance. S' S. The Case of Jir.. Howard Uould,"" *>o
exdtt"ml'nt)1111II \VI1"toughby taken to prevent. tiny questions bolag I freight: train* between Taupa and
tell all this
W'hydo asked
m
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/' "You own me? I vila show :you has Instituted
S .he ? suit lota 's&'araUonfrom
: MM.. .. "Hain't there b en stolen The (
Tom. prlr: .;!ltxg cf them is done Ilrouksvlllf. reimring to build a I
4 .enough talk tor onlay? AVliy. whatever i you how much you own me. her husband was given It* public
"I'roud to OWn you uiy dear" he repented "Because she's had n quarrel with at a different' point each ear. and I It handsome' depot| lu Tampa and construct
i* the mat r" lu New York
bearing court at Thus-a-
S !' ".\ iandsome creature' but the her husband" said Jew 'who. its thelady' kepi scertMr.. Hotlowaj has issued' cotuuiodiciij terminal facilitieson I ,
It was the I
young! lady In fact nod day. The occasion thtj
of.
not tb* patient who dcnee" and all in uarnrs*. Nasty tempered : husband ought to have known. a letter to the superintendents of the' au eiisiulq site in East Tampa, 1.* hr.r&C

k "y", Slater, I will wa com* weeping Again tomorrow stubborn hard In the mouth: "When" she's!" In a rage she say any different counties warning. them to be which the company has recently acquired Gould argument on motion of cOn.d for. Mr. ,\

Knoagh talk for t< -d.",. )oJ)" -ImnJy wUh" her.heels,. skltti'h. nnd apt thing. on guard. by purchase. A lev. .day ago to strike out cero allegai i
S "I tell you all thl* partly: to punish (Ions in Mrs. (Uould' complaint.
to shy. They're faults Harriet that
dear It "a. tone other ..Jutu'thehlln.1 the Tampa Northern'; paid I19.0UO for
Iltotaelr take the. value" off.. the'most perfect animal. him ton: RIs deceptions, and 1.1t't'tust"1am II'' The ground on which *. Gould!
5- et God -
which led' m. to you The Southern StutesJUumber corn pa.ny .- a property in Fen Brooke, which }
: 5 that day, OhI thet-eareaI.o .,'-' -\nd now .sbutjup aud have done not going to prison for his cnke.: has i I. cuing her husband. a. shown by?
< 'm.1I.J'harP' announced the definite closing 'to be U.-d.11 developing 'its terminal
nndbecause!' lam not going liack to the .
___ -- women, In the world; .bt1IO! !,: ;with It* and (lI'orl'J'"IIIt!' anyiiuorejor ., Iite : d f h blg w lffp ao1teiddllTiiFyMbou .pl ' 'GarjU'.eastof Tampa part of the complaint ra by count
old lie deceived ,
? werheibtook: .t :
'' $ bow1 miserable .I may,lone'my'\ n.l that % ; .. ; '< sel' for* Mr. I
'II1'p. H. ,IwaaonIy tf'WP. Jbooi.! ; k s ; Gould <; are. ,,. firs', abandonmentfof -
month 'and would I tW} had fortyouItjquictalwhat [:11 mejfrorn'myjfstall; : ( and ..whswaajrebwabThad nrt wiles wejB pP nc I> p r .. a 1.ri1 : '
ago. nowZowtb\ pp7&n4 Mrs."douId |
Jww>> grateful! The ':(cloud will 'roll .'!l''teII'Iou .wlthoutralllnsrrltfn8ly| ; 'I no vnwney&f I |KndJ Hn andTso*MttJItB' S ntcn onrirt'he wblcli ...Id m.'bille shops .,, nbe. by', bet huiuacd; *
: ]
though he had an" there'wavno'l: cJ'JEu'oTel macfila I Tbe ro.d low aU.aUonlthattb4 h.blt
way /rom you. too. I.ee them rollluff -* name, and III.put you'through"She company hel !ij,
-way; there 1* nothlnc bat blue made some kind of Inarticulate business. He deceived' me> again about | try and equipment to some point 'in pillte' to Uruokavme"dlslancei'." of .i drc nduct fr;; Gould are such II'. J

.ky.nd unsblne.-'abort It you couldnty answer, and returned to the e-hair lu this money:- and at last be wants met Alabama, probably to Atmore. and If 48 1-: miles! and will 'be operated was Imprpr" for hi.! wife to "

_p IIt'oII! them. Ye; SUter, I am cominc. the window where she sat lu silence. Join him In stealing aud robbing. not further north in Kscambla county, conD .lon with the Drooksvllle and live with ; tlr. thai since Sep'

I talk too much always. I am The d ->bell rang loud and long And that completes the" Job Imgo Alabama. The reason it the 'closing hudson giving a total nilleag! of 70 tt'lbr last he ha le&leit his wit ;
Ins to leave him Mr. .\.1 11100. I shall
Harriet .started In her chair' turnedred < *
cominj. KIM me. dear. Ob kit me I down ot the large plant is that all .. and refused!' to provide for her except
and pale In turn. aud glan.'t'01qllll''lr put on my bonnet nd0 awqy atonce. ,
and
try to tore me always becau that be paid for her
we support at .aNew
** of the available timber In the territory ,
James she said with It bard
haT Ittre-.-had Te the, *SUter.*me sorrow I' t'Omlne-1 and way attention at to her a ring husband.at the. street He paid door no Imicb. "1 have- saved you from a crime. I adjacent to the mill and reached j According to a. news Item from Anguiia. York hole since 'uat "time, and,

.m 'OI\ItIlC.' ? am why should be?-and folded his paper You ought to be thankful to me some by the railroads has beCaut5 Ga., bids for the constructionof fourth, .that .Gould has trea.ed his wleI.t :|

I 1 : !II" hurried away but R.tharillf'b..r.t' so as to get at the sporting n..",-.. day. Besides, you 'have got rid of me.Why. About 250 men were employed In the the connecting links In the Geor- extreme .cruelty, tmploe! spies

het'' ttlklus and crying aIn rut be jumped to his feet when ToOl If you had not taken me from mill and these are out of employment gU nod florid railroad have bH.n" to harass her caused her mcil to be

) .otsWe the door. Alkt *be beard Addison appeared. my stall on pretense of being a rich exc'eptiug those regained to ship 1 submitted and the contracts will be I opened ; had relations with women ot :<

vrtwd-it wa i'tit"" lter who Mid them ""Torn my dear boy!" He seized TomAddisou's ; Ulan you might have been spared aU out the stock of lumber on hand dud awarded:' lthin the ut'stk. Vice I cbaracternd. emplo'e t ex- !

-.hk-h had no meaning co that Khe hand with ffusIon. "You this temptation. Mr Addison: I have pthers who have been transferred to [ 1'resldeut. John Scott of that road I convict and several New tork detectives ,
: thought the" are! unexpected but the earlier\ the .bet toM you the truth and tbet's.'t truth.I .
old dreamy feeling' was the two mills of the company at :Mas' hops for thf completion ut it within. to procure evidence I
pine to. retuco. I ter. Yon can't come too early. Beside am truly sorry that the young lady : Iml'l'pr '
& and Mrs. ( .
against
month expectsto !
fifteen
I 'cogee. The Southern States the next
She must not be told yet: not until .*, this H.your own house.. Let roe has boen-kept out of her right audi company through to i __ I
trains running
she I I. Mronger. Itnt let the man Introduce you to my wl/e. whom you am. oh! ever so sorry you ever tame" also announced the sale of LhtJ, roadbeds have ; *

: who wrote letter be poor told at have never seen before. Strange: isn't home ajraln and I .d..n't pretend to be engines and other equipment ot I, Sanford this state, within thaC time. :i WOLF TRAP HOLDS A BURGLAR

CIR....** It. between t'Ou"lns He was winking [ aL'Id.hat. a dreadful thing it would the road leading from Millvtew into There are five connecting link to be I

t Thl was rery Feth3rkahkInt the rapidly with both eyes. "Harriet, has lie for the world if many dead men became the former forest, to the New Birmingham built, and the road. when completed South Dakota Meat Market! Man .Outwits

5 day. was full, of .trance thing* Tees- been longing to make yocr acquaint alive aealn! When .James haiI Locomo ive and Railway will be nearly ZOO miles in length. I Trio of Rcbbers S

entljr the secretary"who generally! I .11..... and to tell you of the Joy and I cot plenty of money aud Isn't worried company. ills place having utrn burglarized ,

S keep* down stair all day. and write IIT'&Utudewhll"h she< felt when ;yon he< doesn't! get drunk aud he stays at Two of the fine sanitary inspectorsof three time In one week, the proprietor ,
l 1 letters I home and lays himself. out to l>e a gootl
with safe.
were T-
reported Nothing
tremendous energy getting ever a A silk-raising farm Is to be established Pensacola lost their official headsat of I meat market at Mitchell, 8.I ,
writer' in fected' her with so much h I'PIIlf'rb."s ," | husband to please his wife. When bra
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cramp no time, came Into of the board of
In Tampa up Jackson Heightsby .ft. recent meeting ).. placed four wolf traps near Tils
got no he' is to do wicked
money tempted -
the ward and made a falsehood, 1.m.&aid hi*
I straight for l\* : | thine and carries shamefuL
; bed.<< and asked her It she was wife qulf'U'J) on lop \anteobir. a&e
That' the chief to Florida few. months a new' city physician assuming office. sprung one of the his "
feeling! stronger. As the. asked the James turned' p/ic. and winked' again reason why I am sorry ;tame: a ago trans, catching 1I
question her eye"* ailed, and she turned with both eyes.: yoa are alivev Now I've told you. I seeking a location for such an Industry The board "which is composed!' of the finger Later be cODe".e Implicax I

hastily away.. Then the Sister came' That 1. my hatband's falsehood. )..II'' will" leave' you"to settle with him byyourself. he! lias consummated a deal city physicians who are known a* lug another. boy and a wan / J

and placed' the ." which he valuable tract |I health officers andthe chairman of
crapes handy for her. AdJi she hpt'atf'd.I' was not by secures a J
and smoothed' her pillow. and her eyes. gist: or grateful to hear It. I Was very I She turned to her husband as U loath of land in the Jackson Heights subdivision the varloa city boards! declared all MISSISSIPPI COTTON CROP. I
I .
became hamld. fbo-faory an hospital sorry though I did not swear" about it to leave him and :let resolved. % in the northeastern suburbsof position of sanitary office vacant at -- I

I.t"r.ho'sea so many sick people or' use the- awful-. language that James I "Find another ..nf'. Jtm." she.. said town which hj: propose td .!set out the- meeting and then elected! those Bulletin Shows Condition of- June. 3. }, I

l lerery' day rtrlne" way to the. least tel .IId. We- were both horribly .....ITJ' Mr. I Ton can always catch a shop girl Lypretending In mulberry trees for silkworm cub whom the- the health officer recom" of Fifty-Nine Per tent. i
emblauc of ,a tear! The*thin \ddJ_ to be rleh"list S iia
could be
!? was Xobody more sorry said mended. Commissioner of Agriculture niake-
completed husband growled. ture. Mr. PIccolatal I* to be an
,
by the visit! of the senior and miserable than we were when the
said.: ;;: in the cultivation of silkworms" lee of has Just gveft
physician. to the hospital w ho "went her news nmeIt was a most dreadful "tiood b). then. Jew "she, You expert MlslurllPt

I rounds In. afternoon, and stood,, oxer Mow to usIt brought back upon n* will hare eobody to keep but yourself having had experience in thia industry John W. Jolly, the Atlantic Coast. out a bulletin uhowlag crop condition -
Iatbrtnawth noises find wife fjving Line railway stout at Leecburg, whowaived on June 3. the
eyea which 'were cerfaluty the ruin which your death. had averted.Don't you a in France. Mid estimating
IIllst,. deceived.' I did not want to alone ought not to cost much I should . examination on the charge otembexxJement average condition the cotton on that \ ,

make your acquaIntance ..IL.Dd think. Perhaps. you trill be 'able to The monthly report of Hon. \V. V. and forgery In the courtof date at 59 per cent, against the government '

CHAPTER XIX. you ba..eDO- worse enemy In the work I keep honest.* KIIoU, state treasurer filed with the lodge J. B. :U.Ian at Tavares. wa estimate of 65 per cent. The

TiLE SHATTtSJSO. OF nil CAtTUC. than my husband.Co ** I. lie winked hard, and made as if h& governor, shows balances in. the treasury accompanied;: back to Leesburg by difference t i. attributed te the considerable .

The Rolfea. sat at breakfast' la the on.. Harriet Make would speak, but no word came. Thenthe Sheriff Murphee, where he gave bond
go on. as to the credit of the several state bad weather between May nand DI
: 41nlnjr room of their IhaUqua.!! ... much' mischief .** left the- room with a little how to ;
a* of $3.00O "of the
you ran* 1 close In the rum some June
the
and educational funds at S, I the tie 11b
boose, pat.is to say James Bolferas -lie. deceived TOlD .Do1 a* much dignity as she coaldaame. d.tE on which rlb.
lie told .
me. meUu.t
. .. cf business May SI 1SOT. to be $M9.- best citizens of the place going on data was complied.
,
:> takSuc breakfast. while hla wife your death was the tackiest: thing In1 The two men .. .. .I..tt ..1oDeIt -. (

_food .at the window &ook.iq into the. the world .because It rare v* all the wa an etnbarraslBg sitnatlon.. iO.34. hta bond. w

' Cardea.. Ktoomy' Wtth,its black trunks property. II.. never told me aaytalncahoat These two men' bad met n* friends a co..e-ruon. PICKED UP IN a
: .and quarter t hour before of then former chairman Th board ot of the PIECES .
aooty eergeerus. recardtea of the the ctrl or the trust money, became ' an -one James M. Andrews. at

oM.. Her face .ws charged with be meant to keen it all to ....- firmly trusted toe other. And now- of the hoard ot county commissioner chamber ot commerce met at the city Reckless Dago -Fall" ,

kMsd* which betokened thunder and (To' he conttaoedLlft ot EaeambU,. and' Gary U Fat- hall Ute past week to discuss matter from Balloon
1I& tIt.Iq. settOhr I S of Importance to Key West Hesolutlons High In the Clouds. ,: 'A
Ttem erled. Tf of paintIng '
*
''' S ..- CM.( c-ostea;, ton having charge county A* a balloon "
i S- ''Harriet. vi4brr husband turning '"VTalt" blt.8aI.J his CO S1L, 1>S .:.The *e of curling Iron that to* work. recently'vcot victed ot pad- were passed asking the Da"1-.de- ascended from, the (
gas
7.ad' and lookinx at tierwhafa . works at Barcelona Felt Mi,
the her ** td return feebler ,
rum partmcnt Captain '
on. hoc I* a great terc of bkjnry to the ctacIe eoaaiy<<7'roll*, forgery and Spa.
5g odotUT What thdemta the COOt! He meantI, keep It'' for himself hate. They should be usedl only 'warn uttering forged paper, bays been aen- In.. hi* present position aa ,c<;*uniand- day. a glacier took hold cord 1

L'[h 1 '.t rar ytnr on like thlarIta. --..... be salt that. nobody. knew .( It and held lai the hair tmUl tie melstnr. t..ed'1ahe criminal tovrts to ?i ilea r1IIa ant ot the naval station. Copies of and evidently Wantt to m.kee' ..I
"
.. made reply.I .
ne
- .- : blat yea and him. and to ahovkt,.be a I* entJretr dried *tat. thea the procec the Pea1t8atlaq. 'Ludrer ,>YI* sen. Ibis resolution were ordered Hut to cnt wfth the aeronaut, ': 10,
--S > my, Harriet. Kruantaea doent foal to part with It. ,lie waa thief Vo-AdtMar a' lasting curL JL. Tsrtybetted The to tel
ywalr the aavy department, to each of the bllool ascendedrapidly'
'ttrlp. Y.. auay suLk a* aaoch a* from tea>ce4 to."serv tour at lurdIabcc
yea the *ty wben ye were tIe&w ira *arCI abt. height i'n
pretn* npldgrowtii. aenalora and. u feet when". man
n4VkIto' twvicar-: | congressmen and to Cap. I.OUI the.
1Mat.J'M"t"MII4.To tack .. au>4 '*ui
Til ha, : .
S S vreai with :y-M for UdavrHarMT as the wanstk ad* npom th* .. lost h1, grlp fell'to' clita,

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TWENTY-NII1E ,DEAD' : NO TAR AND FEATHERS FOR LOWER RATES OLIVER. 'SIGNS CONTRACTFor ,- -- M


.. Await tforaksr Should He Elect U .
, Building New Railroad from Savannah Asore:1iiroal:; is >
,Visit" Brownsville.-Assurance Glv; ,a :
Left In Wake'of Frightful to Chattanooga at Cost
en and His Fear Allayed Railroad Commissioners of dangerous malady
Cloudburst Approximating $12,000,000..
Tornado.: ---r Georgia Finally Dkido- N .:.:..:-
''
4, Washington special says: Senator Oliver- ,bUlyou'don1, need:o
---t.... The William J. company of
r
; Foraker was given assurance) on .
LONG 'dF Knoxville, Tenn.. the largest railroad tie a .sock around
jisiI Wednesday
INJURED that It would be safe for
FLAT FIGURES ADOPTED contracting arm 'In the south, Friday
hIm to visit Brownsville regardless of your neck to cure iX
Corp signed the contract to build and'con
Twenty-One his efforts to prove that negro soldiers ,
I One Little struct a railroad from Savannah. Ga.,

Kentucky Town, Which Was Engulfed were not guilty of shooting up Barring Injunctions, Etc., by Roads, to Chattanooga, Tenn., with ,a cut-off

by Cloudburst While the town At the conclusion of. the Passengers In Empire State of to Augusta Ga. BALLARD"S

Victims testimony of Louis Cowaa, of Drowns, the South WII" Be Riding The total distance' of the road will /
"', Slept.TWentynlne !niwas be 420 miles, and It will be: known SNOW '
-- vliie who .a.., witness before the Cheaper After Sept :2.
as the Savannah, Augusta and North.
\ known ,dead and forty senate committee on military affairs, '--- ,ern railway,, running from' Savannahto LINIMENT

,.: persons injured constitute1# the list of Cowau said "be had been quoted In The Georgia railroad commission Chattanooga. Work will begin at UBSBBBjBVSDSBBjBMKBSUSKlYSMEBlUBVSUUBH
'
, : casualties resulting, from atorms of special dispatches from St. Louis .aa Friday, finally: adopted Its much-ta1k. once on the construction ot the new : will cure thrift throat In short order. .. ,,-,

tornado severity which swept over saying that If Senator Foraker went ed-of order reducing the line. Bollard's Snow Liniment: penotratoa the pores, promote

1 southern Illinois and Indiana and cen to Brown vllle he would be tarred and rater! hi'lr'eor/la..l./ passenger: William J. Oliver, when, asked about tag frog circulation, giving tho muuoloa mrfro elasticity.: ; a

tral KegluckyFrldaj night and Satur feathered. Cowan denied that be'had t the matter, stated to'the representative iTmr RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS BRUISES

b day. These fatal ICatlons came In made" any such remark, The decision, as a whole, was the of the''press that he had signed: ( /URES. WOUNDS OLD SORES STIFF JOINTS, ,

the shape of cloudbursts, high winds Thenyou' think It"would be per decision ofCommissioners) H... W. Hill, the contract..The cost 'of -construction BURNS AND ALL PAINS '

t:! and electrical disturbance Tho prop fectly safe, for me to go.. there!" asked chairman, and' 0, D. Stevens, Commissioner Is estimated at more ,than.$12,000.000,

. j erty damage will ,reach many thousJtudi Senator Foraker, Joseph M. Brown dissenting which-Includes \the building of all tbe GAVE INSTANT RELIEF:
of dollars. liouaes were swept "0h, yes, sir," said Cowan. bridges and small depots the line.: '
from-that portion oMt which the on Uanry Gton. 'Provo, Utah wrltonij/; 4I havo used Ballard'a.
1 put
.away, bridges demolished and (hou- greatly appreciate this' assure The new .road, wlU follow -the\ Savannah , Bnovv Llnimono, for Noural lo, Tooth-acho and Sore Throat
sands of acres of growing crops de. ance, ," bald Foraker railroads named In the 2-ceat and 2 1... river and Us tributaries, oil which upon ttpplKMtlon[ eavo n o Instant relief. J can reoom-

.lit rOJ'ed. The senator then referred to another I cent classes. Ills opinion was that the south side to the Blue Ridge mend It ui behAlf: tho bone Liniment" I have over used ia curlor

I Grudyvllle, Ky., was the worst suffarer. special dispatch, saying that Cowan these roads should have been mountains, and then Into Chattanooga pain caused, rpm NouruJglo, oto., '
put i
\ . A cloudburst deluged on his way to Washington on PRICE 2sc, sea AND $1.00 '
that rll ; ''
{ the 'known
the'besl
berth same basis as the:others named. Mr Oliver Is rail
lagu of 150 l persons> shortly after m1d a negro porter to make up a '
To'the rest of the decision road ontracto.r-In the .outb, .-and has
however
: ,I
flight Friday ntght:. At l'ew'1I1in. In, a Pullman car by '
threatening 'to '
,, he gave his hearty approval. for soiree time been doing all the work Ballard Snow LJnjment
,. 4len. 111., a tornado Saturday morning' shoot him! 'Co wan also denied the Southern Co
There appears to be no doubt from on the railway.. His headquarters *
? billed<< five people and injured truthfulness or this story, ,
a halt oi
the soo-. North' Second
, comment that the commission has and large manufacturing Street ,
; dozen others. At Work. III. Senator t'oralcer told Cowan that be *
on "theU'ubaBh
'
given the plant Is located in Kuoivllle, and -1
people
just what they want- ST. LOUIS
-
river, three persons were ,klllid had seen the stories, but thought so MISSOURI.m .,,
ed. The within time he will
reductions a short organizehis '
are material
and
and thirty Injured. At Duquern, little about them that he had forgotten rases
at the same tllUe'are force and begin work on this new
t Ill) not too severe
many houses wereb loun donwn them. .
"m the outskirts of the t011alld four At the afternoon pension of the com up6n the railroad, though there, line that will open' up an undeveloped Sold end R ;cornmend_d' by
teems. 'be llttlo section from a railroad slaudiwiut:
to doubt that'they will ,
jiersoiw were Injured. jmlUee Cow o was examined closely ; t
v, be contested In the courts. and give Chattanooga a direct line to For Sale ROBERSON'S
Twenty-one persona dead, 'tho vllJuge concerning ammunition he- purchased I at DRUG ,STORE.

, duvas.ated and several thousand\ -the day of the shooting, but this pur The coiniiUsslou reclassifies the fol.101'IDjfP ,the Ilea ,_____ --, n_'__ ____ I ., ..
roads When asked when he would begin
micros of chase and proniulategs the
growing crops ruined, I"i the was not connected In any way
w aunt total of the havoc wrought liy the with the,, affray following racs for each of said roadsto work'Mr. Oliver said: "I have Just
,
t cloudbursts that descended on Grady. lie testified thaTlio law tlio flashes become effective off and after Sep: signed-n contract for the Construction! KISSIMMEE

\\l\c\ \ and 'vicinity Friday night. of shots from company 9 barracks as tember 2, 1907, to-wit: of the road. Within the next few,days

All the dead are resident of Gradylllc. bt stood iu front of a saloou ou K1U- The following lines, arc-, placed, in t will place a large forco on the line

and ullliaiiRlv.!: roiioi-4S are meager, abe.h street, but ho did not ape any passenger class A,.and will be allowedto and begin wbrK.." ItIVER :EtOt1TE'

owing to the remoleuejta of the place negro soldier's. > charge as full fare for tbo transportation

end (lie prostraMon: of teiejihono and Bernard Kowalski! -tettlfU'J that he : ot passengers between points STRIKERS, GIVE UP FIGHT.

IC'legrapItwires" it Is believed that tio attended a parly at Cowan's house on h\ tile state* 2 cents per mile: -. ...- STEAMER LiLLIE STEAMER. HOSEADA

further fatalities will be reported tho night of the shooting aud as he Class A-Atlanta and West Point Concede That Railway, Company Has Captain Clay Johnson Sr >Captain Clay Johnson.' Jr.

from the surrounding, country; sat In a window facing the alley Railroad company, Western and At. Best of theArgument.The Regular veeklr trips. to Baa8lnger'S-d' return. Roseada payee Klsslos-

The dUabter was due to the erratic some riogro; soldiers passed '1'beIt.. lantic railroad, Birmingham Union ot the Amalgamated nee Tuesday morning, 'and arrives 'Y.llltmlDe. 'Friday evening ,

behavior of Big Creek ordinarily a ness. said that one of the negroes re- Subject to the foregoing tbe. following Association of Street and: Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke' okvbee and Fort Myers on tbVtJlll v 4

email stream, but which was already marked that the people In the house lined are placed In class B. 2 1.4cents Electric Railway Employees of America Comfortable The most picturesque accommodation Waterway for passengers.In Florida Rates, r..ooa.ble.

swollen by recent rains \Vheu the were having a good time, but would per tulle: practically gave up the fight on For j
Passenger and Freight Rates .
4loudburs. prcclplt'au-d three Inches not be In half an hour Clasp II-Atlantic Coast Line Rail- Thursday afternoon against the Birmingham apply to ;\, da

at rain In an hour ou Gradyyllle and R. B Creagcr, United State commissioner road company. Georgia Railroad company Railway. Light and Power CLAY JOHNSON, SR." Proprlstor.Oa ,'
board "Ijnie
Klsslmmee ills
vicinity the creekleaped rr lIItll at Hrownnvllle, was examIned Charleston' and Western Carolina company. ,

bed and took a new course with Jho concerning the Investigation byciUzens Railway company. ; A statement was Issued calling: upon .

"' impetuosity of a tidal wave The InHabitant ( of the shooting. Subject to tho' foregoing the follow union mon to refrain no longer from GRAVES OF' CONFEDERATES. WOULD SWEAR TO A LIE.,

of Grady' ,lllo had no warn. ------- ----- ing' lines are placed In class C, 2 1-2' riding, the street cars ajid using gas -.

IIIK aud nearl, all were abed when" CANNON'S SPEECH SUPPRESSED. cents per mile=a .' and electricity and thanking them for Decorated In Arlington National Cam- Startling Admission of Negro Wit......

the foaming waters tlfuck the Niece, Class C-AlabamaGreat Southern the support given during the Strike. etery-Seuthern'Crap.. Unveiled In Brownsville Investigation* ?

carrying away six larger residences, "Uncle ,Joe's':, Remarks' Itt Banquet Railroad company Central of Georgia. The.statement recites that 'it Is regarded -! c-Confederate memorial day" exercises James W. Newton, whcPwas knock-:,

.a'mill and a number of smaller houses. Were In Defense of the South. Hallway company, Georgia Southern as" useless to continue the boy \.were'! : held ''Sunday at.he'\ Arlington ad down by a customs house Inspector'

,, Nell.rly'aU tbe victims) were drowned, Stating \that It got .Its Information and Florida Hallway company Sea. cott and the 'members of the commit. 'uatlonal cemetery at, Washington ,und at Urownsrllle, by a blow on his,head

but four were crushed\ )' the collapse- board Air Line tee ask financial assistance from from a prominent- Lexington man who Railway 'company 1
'ot their dwellings when the torrent Southern brother unions until they can succeedIn Veterans'. Association; Camp'"No., 171; the town 'waa '"allot ,up," and" 'F, J. 1
them. was present, the Lexington, N, C.. Dispatch Railway company.. Confederate' Vet Llpsconib .
.struck _, to getting work elsewhere.,, the' United Sons of, ,, who, accompanied him oaVthat'
t Subject they foregoing the follow-
As soon as the news' ot the dUaster,. prints a story about Speaker 'lag lines are placed In class D, 3 Den Commons, the man who "organized : '- erans' Association the'United Daughters Occasion, were' ,buti":before .Use'.

1 reached Columbia) Ky., the nearest Cannoii's recent speech at the banquetat cents per mlle;_ the_local union and who has been of:the Confederacy and the South' senate commit:". on "Tmllltary affairs
I town of any size, aeveral ,hundred citizens htfrode the'baseball cru Relief Society of ,the Distnec of at .walbIDtoD'MondaT'arte ooo.
college hss
Gullford which It says,' Class O-Atlanta, Birmingham and leading the fi ,to. ,
departed at .once for the scene" not 'been published, by any paper, and Atlantic Ilallroad 'park Thursday afternoon ,on aa--dectrie -' Columbia," ': Both were' hubjected l&, 'a severs,,
with wrecking appliances food and la which It says Speaker Cannon made Northern, hallway, company, Albanyand car. ,Johu' G. 'Capera. of: South Carolina, crohs-examinauon. Asked' by,'.8eriat r'

clothing, all the physicians available.accompanying' a 'a'sensational l talk, so' ultra-southern ,and Florida Hall: company- ; Augusta ," ". ,"" -----5.----.1" ; ,I. the newly appointed commissioner of' Tallaferro, whether, If, he had I don s".,

.\ thpni. They found the taut hid, private secretary secured \\ Southern way"Companyugusta' MURDER-CHARGED TO DOCTOR. Internal.! .. revenue, was the'orator of tha;shooting," be,would', plead17''
ot'the devastated Railroad company, ," , the thirteenth United to conceal
residents : village promises from newspaper men who i .,- :;the day and It. Newton replied! : "Ves.sir. ..
I dazed and helpless. ." but by nightfall were present not to print the speech : Chattanooga ,Spu:her& Railroad- company . Poisoning l Alleged' In Order" to Make Staled cavalry band furnished musllor . If I'did it jn'y.aelt."' : ;;; '
Douglas;Augusta and Gulf Railroad
All \the reliefpo.lI/ble/ had been.aford at all. for'Wedding Victim's Wife. the occasion. The graves of, the
'. :company,. Louisville and Nash Way In the cemeterywere
ed. Several personahad been Injured, confederate dead
It 1.1ald that Mr. Cannon 'openly D. 275 "
N. C. Friday Dr.
At Henderson. ,
1 but It i* stated that none of these vile' Railroad: company\ Macon and decorated and then, all united PARTNER OF ASSASSIN ORCHARD.
declared that
the south was; handling charged
's. Rowland formally
was .
Birmingham '
; will die. Hallway company. Macon ln decorating \the-.tomb containing the -
'
the negro question like It aught to be
; the murder by ijoUon of } Has "
Dublin aad Savannah Railroad ot unknown'unIon dead. Th Ala, Bloody Story' to Unload at
bodies
'
handled, lie said ..that'only the southern '
Air
Millen Strange! of the Seaboard
S
company, and Southwestern : Haywood Trial
JIM CROW QUESTION UP.- of Geqeral Joseph Wheeler was
people know the Ins and outs of: grave
i ( Railroad company, Mllltown Air Line and a warrant Issues against him.Rowland WIlh1 decorated. SteveAdams, .anothertprisoner: witness
---- those
among
the problem and his synipatbles were
11. Case of Negro Woman Heard-by j Interstate with them. Ucllla and Valdosta Railroad company Is alleged to have The Southern Cross presented c by in the case of W. D.; Hay: wood.' ;

Commission. Dublin and Southwestern Railroad ed Strange about two months the United, Sons of Confederate 'Veterans has arrived: Boise, coming from'the,
Without calling the conatltutlonal
I and when'he was called to attend jail at' Wallace. Idaho; where his trial
/ Whether railroads have too right, amendment by name, he praised such company, Flint 'River Gulf Rail was ,unvelled by Miss Caro Den R ,
road Flint' Within six;: weeks Rowland and Mrs. assisted by Is pending on the charge, of murder.
under the law/to provide separate cars a measure, throwing restrictions as company, River and Northeastern nlng Green, cuznp.sponsor,
Strange went to Norfolk, where they Adams, according Orchard, was)
Railroad 'Gainesville maid ot honor. jo
white and colored passengersin company, Miss Elizabeth Gould
for
-
; It does, around the ballot box: It is "**
married. the assassin In '
Midland were the partneif'of 'many -
Railway
Garbutt
Interstate traffic practically Is the further said that he spokft stronglyfor company, "
i and Donovan Short Line ratlroa&Georgia of the, "dumping oft expeditions:;'
I question which wasargued Saturday, state's rights. Ills hearers were '
Interstate com his Florida and Alabama Hallway KNOX IN RECEPTIVE .MOOD. RECEIVER Adams alao confessed last.:year;; but t
before tbe commerce : amazed and friends alarmed, for _,FOR: OIL COMPANY.
Georgia Northern Rail- he repudl 'the'document when he
company,
mission there was no telling how much damage -
The case WAS that of Georgia Edwards I he might do up north, among the way 'company, Hawklnsvllle and Florida Pennsylvania' Senator Willing to Be Judge Puts'Quietus on Business'of Octopus faced the"gallows. Astounding' thoughIt

against the Southern railway Register and Candidate for Presl eney. In seems those-wbo'bave seen,Adams'
a negro woman negroes, should such a tale leak out. Texas
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis! Accordingly It war suppressed and Glennvllle Railway company, Savannah United Stales Senator Knox of After hearing the argutnentaot tho confession which is In writing,, say'

Railway company operating the West the Lexington man expressed deep surprise and S: esboro Railway company, Pennsylvania has announced his will- defeii8r-upon the application the that It surpu8el'rchard'a'',story;.

ern and Atlantic railroad. The com, that tbe story wall not handled South Georgia' Railway company, Tal- lugness to become a candidate for the state for the; appointment'of' a receiver .;
\u 1908, should the re-
jrialnant alleged that on August: 31, while !hot and fresh. bottun Railroad company, Union presidency for the Waterrf-FIerce Oil company in ' r
1906, she purchased a first Zinba passenger Point and White' Plains Railroad com- publican, party see fit to nominate Texas and' declining 'to liateu to the TAXED, ON NINE MILLIONS.'

. ticket from Chattanooga, Tenu., COLD LEAD FOR TWELVE. pauy, Valdosta Southern Hallway hint Senator Knox's position was arguments of the state ,Judge rooks -

, "' to Dalton, Oa., and was compelled by company, Wadley Southern Railway made known In expressing his appro at Austin Texas, Monday announcedthat Joint Corporation of Thrss Companies,

the defendant ,company; to ride In an' Would-Be Assassins, of Guatemalan company, Wrlghtsvllle and Tennllle elation of the actloii\ of the Pennsylvania he would grant the request and Largest In State 'of Georgia.By .

J inferior coach; popularly known .as a President Sentenced to Death. Railroad company republican Btate'convention,- which appoint, a receiver, not becauso It. was an agreement, arrived.at Thursday

; Jim crow car, although on the same According to a telegram received In Subject to the foregoingthe following endorsed him as a candidate for that necessary to insure the collection ot between Comptroller:'tlgneral'W.' at}

train white passengers!; were permitted Mexico City twelve ot the nineteen lines are placed in tla.b I 12, i office. *- the penalties according to the verdict A. Wright of Georgia., and, PresidentP.

f to ride In a first class coach She men condemned to death by courts cents per mile: brought! by the jury, but because 'It B. Arkw right, the Georgia Railway' ,.'

. \"; maintained that she was discriminated martial proceedings because of an Class -KHzgei'ald) , Ocmulgee and SUICIDE RECORDS BROKEN. was evident, that the defendant pro and Electrlocompany'of''Atlanta'the; ''

i against. She seeks reparatory damages alleged attempt on the life of Pres Red Bluff Railway company, Georgia posed' to continue to conduct Its busi Atlanta Gas Light comp lI t; ,and the\

. ;: and a construction of the law. (dent. Cabrera of Guatemala, will be Granite Railroad company, llartwell Chicago and Cook County Shows Long fleas In the manner and by the same Atlanta.Northern raliwaYIy.'U1j pay ,by '

, executed. Eleven of these men are Railway company, Sylvania and GI- List for Month of May. .means all had been found by-the' Jury tar the l largest amount In' taxes proportionately

. STREET CAR TURNS TURTLE. Guatemalans.One of the Mexicans accused rard Railroad company. Chicago's suicide record was bro- to be In violation .of the' laws ot: the of any corporation In the i

1 Jose Mendoza was exonerated. Spetlal Group-Th'e. Georgia Coaet ken In May when 1 65 persons In the state. of Texas.PRESIDENT'S. state, the amount, /Insisted 'upon by

t Two Passengers Killed Outright and Die other Mexican Implicated, Nazaro 'and Piedmont, 4 cents per mile, except city ended their lives, in Cook county -' 'the comptroller being more than' double .

. Fifteen Others Badly '1urt.d : Mondoza, was sentenced to fifteen between Glennvllle and Ludowl- there were 199 cases of self-de I' the returns made. The total taxable >

Two passengers, a man and a woman years Imprisonment Two ot the Italians cl; Flovlila and Indian Springs railway &lruc lon up to June 8, and the effect -I GUN EXPOSED.Laughable value of'I. the three 'properties

t 1. were 'almost .Instantly killed and charged with complicity were Lexington Terminal raliread.SOlltl.onla : of the Weather Is to be seen In amounts to, ,750.000.;
llfteen others were more or less seriously each sentenced to' fifteen years Imprisonment
1 scale. ,
and Dunlap. end the San- the increasing Incident Occurred at a CornerStone f
Injured Snnday when a city One ot the other foreigners all torts of crime-
0) dersvllla railroad allowed a minimum The effect on Laying. :
bound car en the, Log Angeles railway , a, SpBnlard, win be executed. charge ot 25 cents; Tallulah Falls also was manifest. In the first -five President Roosevelt and his six- NEW LAW DECLARED NULL.

jumped the) track while rounding The dispatch' characterizes the condemned Railway company 3 1.4 cents per months. of the year there wore 76 shooter convulsed the large audience -

A sharp curve at Colorado' nd Center \lctlms: mea ns' honorable' anti tuna i mile; jLoulsvlile and Wadley Railroad murders, 22 of: which; were committedIn which witnessed the- laying of the cor- Ruling of Judge on Tennessee ,Anil-:*

atreeta and turned over. cent ; ,' r 1 company; 4 1-2 cents per mile. May. ner atone of the Masonic-, temple at Race Gambling Statute. y t ':

n Y ", .Y/ashlnglonT The master Mason tied ,IL Judge Palmer, of Memphis has d.v '
YEARS K'KINO. .. waiat'ot! .'' clared the Tennessee anti-race''' : -. ,, '
,i AFT ER SQUANDERING FORTUNE FORTY FOR ILLEGAL REGISTRATION. ".white' apron about the President gamtttins' .,
CHARLOTTESVILLE OUSTS
-BOOZE
e ,- ---10... Roosevelt, and In doing so raised "law unconstitutional'\ on the,, , '

1. 4 Mining Broker. Decided to End HI. Ruler- of Hungary Celebrates 'by Decreeing ProhlVltlonfsts Win by Small) Many Warrants Issued and Arrests Being the tails of the frock coat->f the preSIde .. .: ground that' the 'caption covered'taore' '+SRthau'tbe ".
Existence tyajorIty Made in Valdosta Qa. t.'j, body 'of theblll'Prlnted'allpaof :
d
Earthly
FarteachinyAmn.sty.Emperor
e,1 Having;'exhausted a' fortune of ,10OOO /;- ,: In Strenuous, EI. tlon.' 'The'prohibition{ campaign la Every one begin to'fcket'and the the'':Jaw had,beencent, quv wblchj'

which ho Inherited' from {his.' slag '- 'tlon'of the'fortieth anniversary of.tit ,i'.' ,The city ot Charlottesvllle, Va., has Lowndel 'connty, Georgia,. took a'sen .president' soon became/ aware that read an act entitled "An' Act to ;pro.5 Vhlbit'gambling"and :

ter{ I victim of the Windsor bole( } Area :coronation as king' of,':Hungary June gong: "'dy"b' ? forty lD..tor ty.,,utter sational, turn 'Wedt1e.da1. when'' between something 'was wrong.; Some,ot e mo- i horse raeln, ."".;..( ,:",,

in' .New York/, Richard M-- Bourne, 8, 1867. decreed'! farreaching'amnesty, one: of the/'warmest"?fights' political ,&eventyAve'and' one!' hundred tlOded that his ""gun" was,exposed and i ihe' This' was ,a typographical error' ; U "

t el, ba+an' and :mining brcker'.at. Halt ,especial; :ll lt 'for persons' sent, up Tor-lese. or:'"social, ever; fought \jT that'bdrg.Mlnlateri '' warrants' were' 'sworn 'out ',br:,prohibl1tlonUta .made Aev ra1.' 'futl e efforts to cover should have oii reacS''An'AC&to'pl'Oh11lea race.." , '
Horse
gambllcg
majeste.l3udapeattwaagally;: decorated' against ant la whom-It Is alleged the reyolver., 11. was -greatly" embarrassed. .
. Lake .City; :.wrote, .an:open J t,'ftc) the laws-wirf :,71
raln'a.tli. volume ,
stood In the $ n.t.hroll&'bout The bound ' world- folly and took' and the'day. was observed as a general had 'r llltere4''tl1egally... Most Finally he, appreciated the humor -'
recounting his the 'day and thll'cburch Uw, ,passed' by the'legtals-Y
-drpwntiig.'d' v holiday,, ,. o -tbe warrants were against negroes ot the situ. tlon\' and'olne4, in s '
hla own life by' J
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'JQssMmee i YaHey Gazette.t ;" BARGAINS IN; TES AND SCHEDULES TO THE 1 r

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-THEKissimmee -- .

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY; Drug Co. Exposition i ,I
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".Office in Valley Oazette .Building. Summer Goods '

KISSimUER.! OSCBOLA COUNTY FLA. c. V''T Ticket. . . ,$40 4 1. Sold Dally
-Day Tickets: .33 70 Sold Vall,.

l'' WHAT WE: DO FOR YOU. >8n.Vay Ticket . . . . 27 :35' Sold Dally,.
tV. B. HARRIS, Editor and PropV. Len '
-- - Excursions, 17.ii: sold each Tuesday Unfit
'' --. -. --- days Not good In Parlor or Sleeping cars. <

SUBSCRIPTION-RATES. . .. .. .. : We carry |he largest and Clot.hingylloos. .' .
.100* ,
r On>> *eopy ona year Dry Goods "
OM copy. "nix month .' .... fin most varied stock of our line Coast. Line "Norfolk Flyers. '"
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1' I On*oopy, th..nth. ..._v..- ',_._'-UA0 > in town. 4.- !:

.munlc" Ho... .>xo.pt from our ..lIthorpond.n. We, none but the' and 2iotlons. 82 80 8.5 ?f 89
co 12 E 7.5' tn
carry 30 1'07 Lv. Norfolk' ;5 10 :: a
,,,. .**cd-.- ...must b..iand by the wrlurr.RajMted am p m I p 011
....tter will. not b. returned unkM freshest and purest of drugsat 7 30 a m 7 00\ p in Ar. Jacksonville 2'0>:! ) P 111'11 00, am, ]
called lor. . all times. ; I 1) 30 a In 7 .15; a m Lvl; Jacksonville.2 30 I) m 9 30 a m
-- - - --- -- -.--. .. : .- .. t 30 a m 8 23, p in Ar. J< . p m 4 14 p m
Pan'tofflo In Kfenlmme( ]! ..aaaa .
Kntorad at th. II

-.....-. --.- ...,- ..,,-mall-mat__. -. Your prescriptions are filled! ; STANFORD \ IIi
= ::: = by a Graduate jn Pharmacy H. C. Line. Double Daily' Service.

I Friday, Juiio 14,1007., besides five years'actual ex?:, IIt i
perience. Operating Pullman Tourist, Sleeping Cars and .Pullman\ "'
--- '
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Orlando Doesn't this mean something i Standard Buffet Sleeping Cars. *
;p Mr r: Josiah Ferris, of : announces "

that he has 'rureha.ed the ? VV 82 tend 'N6.5 carr,.l'ulfman Standard Sleeping Cars betwoen ,
V
plant of the o1 net, which 'was .
x twenty-two'years ago, and) war for along deliver your packages withina f; ( ) SC'EOL.L f; Cars. between. Jacksonville and'Norfolk. ,
lime one of the leading \\'E'Cklit'slof few moments after the pur- j ATLANTIC '
this section, and will resume they chase. This is not idle I COAST, LINE teed

f )publication tr. C. E. Howard of thai, one popular of the vtrung paper. boasting v but 'we want your : f; PR \ F NI & c's: ( .. f 'IJlustratcd) folder containing maps descriptive matter, list of

e!8t editorial( writers in the-St tate, will business and wti know we '
: Joe imd . _. .. or Information, address. -
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be the editor. Here's to you can plea&e. ='" - " ,
with the 8 'f. f .T. P. A. Tampa. Fla.1 ,1. O. KIRKLAND, D..1' A. Tampa, 1"1.
thEnew Sentinel meet .f
may \ !f ':;, 1'. T. MT.: C WHITE. U J P. A., Wilmington, N. C. ,
same success ai the"old ; THE t Don't forget us when in t;
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J.'. Orlando The Maltland ISeporter-Star correspondent note< of that the Kissimmee DrugCo.. g 'LEADING. I need of" A'nything i ''''''''''''"""' 'w''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''V'''''WV'''aj''''''va' vV* j 1j

I i' "South Florida has three surviving .f .
MlenThomas I. ll.ximmee Kla. J ON, President. N. C. BRYAN, S.cr.t.ry. '
it Confederate brlRadler;/ general -- ; DRUG in the Drug
l of Louisiana, at Tunipa: I '
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OOOOOCOOOOGOOOOOOObaooooGO TaE: : :
;
e Kvander Mclver Law, of South ,,1 i
( Alfred lv STORE Line.fl .
IJartow rion
Carolina) at : ,
of Ge(>rj tla, at K lulmmAl'. 'Thomasis 69 I If Ii' "
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J a son and of Governor brother-ln-Jaa'Thomas' of Lieutenant Maryland - I ::... - - . -' ---- .. .:.. .. --.-------. & Carson Grocery Co. .
a

f I Zachary General Taylor Richard and brother-in-law Taylor ROD\ of of I f:; f\ Bottle ot "Herblne" FREE to,,Everu Customer t; Whnlcoala

't President Jefferson Davis and) In- --- .E R'IE-S
.rsis
s I ; United and. rs.Confederate T humor have Veterans gone reunion tq the vvvvvv..vvvvuvvv: iXS>VXs>VB> I I : 0 C I

f, in Richmond Jrerson is a sun of
4" the lat. 'Unlte<] :;tatea SI'uatorIrI",1
.
+ Iverson, one of Georg! .a'egr'atmon." + I l', ( -.. ,.? -... E.. ,,.,,, ?,,..I! II.i., ,, \\,,..,.| wrt.rr, Mnchln.i COL'NTY AGENTS FOB ",'.. '..... $ '4
Gen. JAW, IK Ii thecupale) ] editor of the .
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unit .x> Id h-nMde l i" s nne.te Krnliiml-\t C.blelrrhtmngGtr l l
Uartow Courier-Informant, u man of I Patent Ch.l Sc( Work- and tmProle.l l Dvttf Ajax Center Crank $
r decided oolniorm which he convey inNear I Engine .- "n. IIrtooi With *p'('uil reference tuthe ..p",:UI work r..- 1 | ( Y I I celebrated Fertilizers I CllATKS'' J 1
v and forcible I'nsrllsh.or'm": '"- 1'r II' red d ''h..m Thb nimblrutkm of onirlnit and mill m.kea I

1' Union. I the' in brat hlK-rml. saw terms.ntilloutfll Writ on'rth.fur illuitIrviol Sold I
Iwl r.talu" and prlrmmpli't cad Price 1
j Y. Why Blame the Newspaper Only? I ( immtxiiitU, *line; varrimi hipnmnt.in stork titsteAaertafortao FarnUhed on AppiIe tior. ./ i
w+ \It Celo-
It is a singular] phase of human rnwmPaint + v"c j : breledlids Ua olie \
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that E..I. lx>nic
to
nature unpeU people
I. Home
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1, t blame a newspaper for publishing, UiKtancc" I'hune 574. J I I ) L S FURS ,
-- AVOOLJ
without prejudice or malice, an account i +\ d.
f
t of an unpleasant occurrence"

I I \':,, while those they directly! bold responsible no 111 will for towards the ocurrenck. and PaperImprove MALSBY MACHINERY Produce /3pecia/ .lty.J I

p t : ::::
t ( : JACKSONVILLE. FLA., 22 OCEAN:' ST. -
!' ,, For instance, a man- or a number of J and III'o bring r lioufe. I VV V VV V VVV VV VVV V a (,
I; \: men-may be guilty of some Infraction I will] be pleased to my ltM 1! 7 *,
xr of the law,, and having. been brought sample books to your house and .-. ,.. -- Steal,
I ::3; to justice will pay' the penalty with'out snake any suggestions in the latest '' 'Y YYY V' tin Y"V "sic YYY' .@'.Y.9A 'f 1 Sun
"' 1" protest. They have no feeling to- decorations that you may desire. 5'; W ,Mo....,.
words the officer who makes the arrest; .Drop me a card and I will cheerfully NORTH KISSSIMMEE. ,3 Woo
towards the furnish estimates PHONE NO. 8. B. Stetson 'J'h"
no animosity prosecutor, on paper University
who secured their conviction; no malIce )- and painting _: : : : : : : -
.; for toe judge, who Imposed the I ftI -

;i<;. entenoe.But I let a newspaper simply TELL of. qEO E A.: BAR) EIj; i ftft B C. W. Griffin COLLEGES AND FIVE 'TECHNICAL.' SCHOOLS. .' N

'theM com in thlegs MThey -and they're up aid at DELANO, FLORIDA.: I


s' RI f In chronicling do' not their realize misdoings that a newspaper, it ad. ORLANDO. FLORIDA.WE I ftft . Fancy Family Groceries it'R In ted Witli _University of Chicago. _

herlng strictly to lu .duty the .
., aa as = AG'I >e... Art*.-The tlamUrdi are U.ooe of Die Dol er ity of Clitciuio. &tet-
i arresting offloer( the prosecuting. ; - ARE Fresh ...."'. tholr degieei from both BMUon and Cblcaco. Mee th. Chl..goq aodl '
i $, torney f thetrial judge. Meats. .4X'
People pay for a newspaper to get I 'J i w.-Cradut i of this College are.' admitted. to practice' law Itt Florida with- .

&&t, just such to ormaUpn. and the newspaper International Harvester 'Co. D lluery Livery Day_ at any Hour- Patronage Solicited.l ". ,.., a.d .School: of Mechanic 'Arta.-Meobaalcal. ClTll. Kieotrioal* .
that does not give the service !L isfksitesiftiA .uu.11'raluinl' uuunei I..adiol to degrees Flu D.W.bUU41. 1. costly-
k I
'for which.It. has accepted'' payment is.'dishonest. Gasoline Engines. failk glaecllraAc alkb6rta6c.6ttBtiUcc A.aBcI .l.._.-B.nkln IB all /It* branobe. Bookkeeping. br t>f.t methods / 1
f . pewrl al(. Kleoiive qooraei open In other Iepartmenta. large Faculty and atfi
.. 1
Therefore, whenever an honest newspaper i . .
U published, there Is but one The Bet on the Ma'ket. We ,,' Acaa and .11.."Bnt-claM.-OraduaMn colleneur-preprrod. to enter_ Harvard.- ,, Yal. Pftllee\on.Cornell. (
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sure war of escaping unpleasant notoriety will make you close ,prices 'on, Entities Model 8<:"_1-1. Klnctericartea. In I.. own building. 2. Primary and) '
,
\ 1
I and .that way U to avoid such ?; lu leparate bnlldlof. "b... arhool. eapeclallreptr. .. Public Hrbool
acts, circumstances or connections,,as and Pumps) running. ':order w xt7G41r"I'HA .N M W : doted ,. '
4 'IO.OOo..J : 00'be
would be ft : t *.". f V'lffi, : ' -A pipe o'rc&n. a plaoi, separate building. large faculty
one ashamed to see, or have RIS'S 1IT0 .
on years farm.'i, / -,< *, '-" "<;lvtAm\: : A IUM. : tudy. .
,his friends see, In print.-Lakeland New .",dlo.ooitly caste, .ooel..1e.. .
New., ..!OII,of 48 prof......*and ....trUe........ They hold 1I.1t....1 rora tbe'UrjlTer..
T ORLANDO, FLAA . Yale Dartmouth. Columbia Toronto Wake Koreet,.l s 'Protedthe W. L., Van Duzor & Co. .. Unlve ally of IllcMKan, UeDDiaon and other UnlTenlliea. Tb....... '
I Gopher. Private Institution built and l LulldlUK and equipment) D..rt. a quarter of a million dollar endowment;, "
equipped with all modern ,of over 13,<>UO voiuura; a beautiful. chapel with costly' furoliblnta, loolod-
Chairman Keel, .of the Senate Committee -: - conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment ...,7 oil pilntlnira.a IIO.Oiio pip. organ: a aymnaalara wiLl eompletex lht
of .....
Athletic Fluid, track, ,
on State Affairs, handed In the the SIOK. : running tennis courts, baaeball diamond anxl
1 1d
swimming soil nd other
rowing i iporut separate bulldlnir for men and
following report on the bill of Mr. Rates $20 to $30 week l I.b bral...rlei. for Cbemlol..,. I'hrfli-a. liacMrloloKy Mlnerology and Biology, : anr
i,' Beard to protect the 'gopher, yester CITY BARBERSHOP per which includes' medical at- .and. .bop.:clvclrlo' llghu,electrle. bell.,steam beat", cement. walk, eliell
tendance. .. ..,
8' day; : . ,1001.campus,, hnibuiiry end trees; racial literary, musical and other '.
r Our charges for leotarecoarae..; Christian and not'."..rl.a teBChlog The location !*.
"After due surgical
consideration we find operations are moderate. and the expenses are' low, ,
( that the gopher is not only among t the Now Open for Businessin ...., loldern and Information, addreu the Preiident.
i i oldest inhabitants in the Slate, but ,
+ also one of the oldest in the Patrick's Old Stand. LINCOLN B
world HULLEY
1r t c ; ,- .. A. M., Ph. D..
_sacred'history informing us that I ...::-. --
Noah's ark was built of !gopher,wood. NEW CHAIR, Osceola DELANO, FLA. 1ai
pal 'r ,I "When our State was first settled, County I
hundreds of years ago gophers 'were NEW RAZORS n ____ i f.
vr.
M not only considered as one of the NEW L. WINN,
EVERYTHING
t -Ceest dishes of food but they were Abstract CompanyS.
''. PNTNl CiAN ANUMUHURON.f. .
,
used. medium
a in
r of-change Pen'saoola -

'' ,' '. and St. Augustine. We fur ...Satisfaction ''Guaranteed. --..-..-... ... aa.m.waao FROM ,OUR DISTILLERY r t'S 1 1r
y' thermore find, although ..
\\.J w.r his treat age and usefulness considering, this is S. BULLOCK. MANAGER.! ....;..-.aIeo7. ....... ,

;It the first movement that has ever been OR NO PAV. ----- -- -- -
?. !t made looking to his protection and r Dlt.; J. w. .SIMPSON 1
i 'we unanimously' recommend that the I Real estateTitles' DALEWHISKEY : 1.b
.bto
bill do pass."-Tallahassee Sun. examined and reported on DENTIST.
.
-------- I, Taxes paid for non-residents

,: 00.', III Instruments relating to real estate Office over Osceola, Pharmacy. .
; avv
carefully]) drawnCorrespondence
'L:' Don't let your child suffer with that I.REVIVO OFFICE HOURS: t I 9.a.. m. t'<> 12 ..hhi
,: cough) when you can cure It with Bal- Solicited. \f 1:30 to 5:30 p.
,-: Jard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure a Telephone No. 7tt Jun 6.

> for coughs, bronchitis, influenza, j.DIO&lyr\ i 1 ofIr
and
+
croup pulmonary diseases.
)a..':., a bottle and try it. Buy THE of I,." -- ---- --- = M. liNERS M. O.PbyaicUa .

?, B. B. Laughter Bvhalia, Misi., C3rR70l8TxaOi: : oooooooooooooooooooocW.L. and I
:; writes "I have two children
; who had o
".Li.r
r'. croup. I tried many different reme- .._a.......1....SO alaja. :J'r.r04. n.- Van Office In Van Duzor Building.
dies, but I must say your Horehound worfnUy'.quickly.'. Cure*vben. others,alL Duzor & Co. PHONES-Ofric,. 148 RaaMoca. FULL 985 EXPRESS :
It Syrup Is the best croup and MUNT nun can retain their. bat manhood,and 4
.,, coughmedicine old men may recover. their youthful - - - KIMIMXH.: ,
PIJU
I ever used." alnaT IIE"'I..... It vl.or by :: - == = -== I nl
quloklj and
Sold. by'Boberson'a Pharmacy. mop Nenouanea*, Loo,i Tlwllty.quietly Boiual yes | QTS..p PREPAID /
.
.. .. BROKERSREAL
? -r- : S'k.De ych ltt Pow...FaiUni ir..oJ')'. : DR. LESLEY W. WEEQON.SPKOIALI8T weL 1
The latest building plans Vraatln DlaeaaM.and .11..t.of aclf-aboa. or Send 2.83 ,
n of Mr.tUarrv'W. . us $ and we will
Sloes. and Indiacretloa. which on Ota --- --, ship you in a plain i
-- --
Thurman. who 1* now on tody' bG.l_or t...rrl_ It not only "am case with rib marks to show" contents, four.full ., eLh
a business trio til the north, include .by..tartlnv.. at th.aeatoCdlaBaiMrrtmt iaarraat ESTATE .V_. _AIt. Neat, AND.,THROAT. quart. of WILLOW-DALE RYE. express prepaM. }
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a an automobile garage, electric light back Lb:i. ..wI4sia _, b I"IfI... Try it and if yon don't find it all right
and the
plant and'water works under one .101'1.' ..th. ..... .* J'...... I*rfc..>. haand ra- AND INSURANCE Private Hospital American best you! ever taated rend it back to ". at our expence 1to
'roof. The building is to be erecl d'flort.h p.cblDad'11UI1.'oub.YIDIr' ... M VItf0 Bank BWg, Tampa. Fla. and your $2.83: will be
of his new bank building, "no.U..l.08 ot.b. It "_be carried I" vest J'OC...... By bo't that a lair offer promptly rduuded. torit.t
per & ._ OooooooooOoooooOoooosacttl4
**o'.1.fore W.
't.cILlZ'tbe street that leads to the tree ad"'ee.... :Remember
Slut couna.1 to all who wtah Ik we are distillers, 'when
depot, and will be of concrete block SIS'_ '..*- Clrcolar fr_ Addrea ---.-- --- DR. CIIAS. C. ORR, from us you snve the enormon so you tray d >,
The light plant and water works' 'will tOTAL MEOICINC CO. ..M. ..... CII1caee. 1& 4r N,a/k.. ers and avoid all chance of profits of the deal r a )

be for Mr. Thurman' own private For sale In Klssimmee, Fla., by the OINTI8T. sure of getting our'whiakey just ueraton.as ft comes Yon from are ''I 811.al&1.

buildings.use to supply lie is his also hotel having and other the, Kissimmee DrugCo., drugglstc.. RealM Office in Van Duzor Building. l "our.distilery._( yoIT without being tampered with ID anylonrfullaquartaofonrALLANtjNCLAIR'OORN

foundation completed for his addition -- -- - Phone No. 'l6.MADAMBDBAI'8 ,
to The Inn, which will be three Agency.Realty u .
stories bltrb. The old portion of the Application for Pardon. i a- .. i WNIKEY4or$2.ti0 t

build/ ing' will' also be raised another Tak note.that 1 .w OIl th. IlIwt Thuradayof I buy a better corn ''W .,eprea.prepeid..Yoaan't, front ;
to: correspond with the bought and sold. ey anybody else. at d
and
to tory new, July. x977. aa ram tharaaftar at I nay babaard. any price. 3 3Our ienl
y, when all \. completed the hotel will .apply talk. PmrdonlnK Board. of Florida .t Houses rented. P guarantee of Perfect satlsfutlgrH h
:f-.i, contain forty-two bed rooms and fora pardontar I'IIeIb 8t.Ceir;wb. war oar ''Taxes paid and Titles- Seeified = .a 4w,_a.w__._ refnnded goea with every shipment make money
'You
.
,,_.:, will equipped with the latest 1mprovemeots. vet at tM 8princ t..m of IJIe a.1 P f_ .-. Couty.Fends' of..........ter., i for non-residents. 'i ........___ WIII._ ............. :01 our coateny have resources of uv a million the owners c1oUan'and ;' r
... Life and Accident Ya.w
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Fine line of watches at. the KUslin-1 Wade the Tuner Orlando. Duellings for rent, apply to M. The
Gazette utreet committee the
Klsslmmee Valley City
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mile Drug Co. TIII r. ; .1 Council are doing some commendable KISSIMMEE, '5; ,, I ARK, 1., '
Remember. Dodd shoes torladies
' All colors narrow velvet Ribbon at'''I at DANN'S.Dorothy. Mrs. I.., Hall returned\ 'this week I work in cleaning out and opening up
TELEPHONE NO. 11. the ditches wound town before the
1 n. C. l Stanford= Co. | from St. Petersburg, where she had I rainy "Ra.. ;orstl Win First J Geme of the
seasoil sets In.
Marshal
Old newspapers for ale In this been visiting. .
i 'PUBLISHED D EVERY FRIDAYBY Mr. Hoy Overatreet came sip from ofllep for 20 cents per hundred. Hodges if also sending out notices to HeBOM.: .,,

I Jarlow Sunday where he Is employedn Mr. Hiram Platt..; of Melbourne isspending I r Ments that their" premises must be [In the first baseball 'of theseasan -
game
r '- the store of his uncle C. I li. Earnest P. A. Vans Agnew ,returned. from a a few days in town on a kept clean and in a. sanitary condi- played on the local diamond r'

J w. B. MARRIB.OFFIOIAL ., to spend| a few woofs' vacation. short business .trip to Jacksonville business mission. tion; all of which will help toward yesterday afternoon the home team
with. the home folks. Sunday ntght.. keeping up Kisslmmee's reputationas
defeated Winter '
park by a score' ,
Mrs. J. G. Gottwalles. and family the. healthiest town In Florida of'l,*
WEATHER REPORT. Mica 1 Eloise Moon returned Tuesday Misses Laura and Jennie Strickland, will leave tomorrow for Plant City.tospend 5 to 1, the game being/ called alter- .
\ The City Council and the Atlantic five Innings on account of rain. d
S rouaealejan Keinale College, where of Orlando, visited the family of Mr. the ouinmer.Misses / '
\ Avenue trnniwratura for week .endin Thurc 1. M. Lanier last week. Coast Line have been having a controversy The visitors came down on the 4:15:
+ d.r. Jauf 13. 1W7. . she hall been taking a special course I Essie:: and Grace Wlnn have for some weeks over a sidetrack train In the afternoon and for awhile c
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Mat- M. : I Rain" self for teaching this Important ac- Fla. Is visiting the family of her St. Petersburg Broadway along. the street where the possible to play the game on account .411> t.

: -- -=::.. -=- complishment.\ Ifather. Mr. I. M. Lanier near. Camp The many friends of Mr. Walter mainline of the Midland now runs, of rkiu. After a slight shower how- C

Mr. and Mrs. J. I 10. Moseley and I Conner will regret vo learn that be is and' for which the grading has already qver, the' cloud passed over: and, 1 '
JI'ridai'.r.. roll bell.Mrs. been done. In this about IS 0 clock the players took their ,
1111 72 Miss Eunice Moseley came,down from Leon Uebb and two cbildreu, quite ill with fever controversy 4 r
8aturdar the equities are probably; on the side places on the diamond and'tha battle '
+ XJotha Wednesday. Mrs. Moseley ,
8uDCI., \16" .of Bartow, returned home Sunday after -
Mr. Norman Winn wa. home visiting was1 '
d 1I0000p, W 71 1S and Miss Eunice were on their way to a two weeks' visit here with .Mrs.C. of the council, as the railroad company on. '
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1 g.1 7.1: New York to spend the summer and his parents a few Jays this week went ahead and graded for thesidetrack The first Inning resulted a .shutout
E. Jones.PatronUe.
: y. ," W'' et 7lI Mrs. Moseley accompanied them thus returning .St. Petersburg this a. m. without asking the town for fort. both sides, and it Jooked-

Thundsr. I far. home industry by getting Mr. Zoberson the use of Its streets; but In view temporarily, aa though the, victory
attended themeeting
your bottted. soda from the home fac Jt 7. of the fact that the squabble is aboutto might go either way., In the second
of the
Miss L. M, Hooten and her mother. tory. Call up 120 and your orders State Pharmaceutical cause the company to have the Inning, however the "Bankers" -did ,

arrived Wednesday from IMneburst, will be properlY filled. Association weekFlorsheim's at. Atlantic, Beach vfls work of broadening the guage of the some heavy hitting and the. visitor
""" Ga, and will spend a couple of lltf. J. A LANCASTER. . Midland begin at the. other. end of the went up in the air. which resulted la

months In Klsslmmee. Miss Ooolen! Messrs. D. J. -and Julian (5 Patent Oxfords are line, 'and. thereby divert the large bringing in four scores tor the home r'

I THE LOCAL HELD. formerly beld the position of music who recently moved to the Mlakka Sumner, the correct thing as to style comfort, business that would naturally accrue testn.0 After t.h''It' was easy, and- ..t
teacher In the High School: here and country were in town, this week on etc. Found at H. C. Stanford. Co. to our merchants from this enterprise no time In the remainder' of the game'
i was very popular with all her patrons. i their way to Orlando to attend court. only. It 1* beloJr'ur&'ed 'by our business did the visitors stand any snow o{
men that the'council.eall f winning!
N lion. J. W. Watsonwho was' Mr. Sumner Is highly pleased with Mr. J. U. Ferguson of Sanford, special! meeting and concede a pointor a At the end 'of the fifth'' inning a* 1

'k called to Orlando this week, to attend ,i,this new locat.lon.Freah spent several day in the city this two before it Is too ,late. The stated above, the Mora stood ,,6 to I.

1 :,,st.t.on.hoee( at DANN'S.blte court, come on down to Klssimmee tosee'his stock garden and flower seed week, making wucb-needed repairs on Council of course could not foresee and Klislmroee went to the bat for her78lxth 'ut

Star lIdt'-CUy Bakery.Circuitcourt many old friends here. Mr. at the Klsslmmee Drug Co. -' ears of the Florida Midland road. that the railroad would take ..uell&rblt.ary when the visitor seemed to get,f.

Wat. oo'. name la being prominently Master Fred'Hill in from Nar- measures to gain Its point, rattled. again and the local r had
came
II tn session In. Orlando mentioned by the press Of the Slate We received this week an anonymous 'ooossee last Saturday. to meet his little and... It i* a case of the, strong already made four more score with '
this week. as a prolfit.ive.. candidate1. for gub-' write-up of a picnic and boat friend, Jack Cooper of Orlando against the weak and 'there) I* so much two men down when tbe rain came

excursion beld at Fort Gardner but whO went out home with him tor spenda to lose and so little to gain they coulclvel" and put a stop to the game..,' :,, j .
Queen Quality Shoes all styles, ,;t as the writer failed to give his or her few ,. graceful enter a plea of nolo coo The principal feature of the 'game* i
91. C. Stanford Co.: . : _. .. I During the past few the day Durranceliros. E. E. 1' name, which is required by all well days visit.. . Lendre and allow the work to proceed." was a home run by Holmel"Pr..t.ber.1oft.he" ,
has
i : Skipper' purchased regulated newspaper offices, we areforcedlo Willie making: the regular semiweekly (- This business would be a great, help "' aDrerl.". I 3"?.: of
FoR S.u.A good Jersey, milk stock cattle, comprisingabout ; omit it. Dr.; J C '
trip to Apopka on Tuesday, towards tiding over a dull summer. ws' Simpson umpired and '
Foow. L. E. U A RUE AW; 1SOO head for the Blue Ileac J f
Land and Cattle Company of which New Idea Patterns, 10 cents, ,at H.' the Florida Midland entice! gave out .gave general satisfactionsVeteran !
of the'appointment of I
Apropos __ It<
i Smoke Key West Havana, the beat he 1* president,. This is one of, the C. Stanford Co. \y near Waco and the entire crew.hoofed teachers for the Tampa schools the '-.-- I ,
f the market.\ deals made this section In recent I into town a,distance. of about fifteen J. 'M. Gardner rned*
60 cigar on largest in Under an act passed, by the miles, .Tribune of Tuesday contains the following retu ,
tuzor many months. Bartow Courier-In legislature, which act ha received concerning' Principal It. M.I I Monday from Richmond, Va. where
L. Van
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formant.! the signature of the governor County. Having: purchased the Kissimmee Evans, of the Osceola High School)i be attended the annual of
f day In Orlando ,Wednesday, 3oramisslooers! and, memberji of the Bottling: Works 1 am' prepared to which shows the high.esteem,in which i Confederate Veterans' Mr Gardner* ,

For Rent.--Three rooni cottage, Capt. Clay Johnson returned to School Board will receive $4.00 a promptly supply bottled soft drinks, this gentleman Is held.as an educator i reports this the most successful' reunion *

[?artesian water. G.,F. PARKER, It Fort Myers Monday with load the of Intention day for each da,'* service, and 10 hone 120 and your orders, will receive in his home city-Tampa: "Amongthe yet held profuse the, cllitens of

of taking a steamer supplies cents per mile actually traveled ingoing prompt attention. Important posts to I/be' filled are Richmond were in their, hospitality
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r Born on ''Sunday June the DIob, toIli. from that place to BasingerTbe to and from the court: house. ll-tf.. J. A. Lancaster. those of principal of the Michigan to the veterans. In fact, he .

I aDd Mr. J. E. Flowers, a son, Captain said he had heard froma avenue school and assistant principal say, they were so hospitably treated
Me E. L. W. C. Bass
reliable source that the river at Guide-Chart with each Ladies'Home .rs. Lesley, that tha veteran themselves, could
of the Hlllsboro high, school. Prof.
v See those Matchless American Uaslnger was up about three feet, and Journal pattern. At DANifs. and Morgan Bass', accompanied by R. M. Evans, now priDclual. the lardly/believe it, and tell*,,, aft 'amusing -.
af II. C. Stanford Co. without their families and Miss Cornelia Morrison -: .
Corset to
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Beauty expected get. story of one old veteran'' who after t
Prof. R. M. Evans, who was 'ap Osoeola High School Klsslmme, was ti
left tho early:part of the week
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Mr. and Mrs. Elijah land, of Orlando much trouble, and arrive"- there today, pointed assistant principal of the For the sandhills west of town to spenda appointed to the latter. position at the a day' participation in, the fee ,

spent the day in town Wednes- Friday. IllUborough High School at the last few days enjoying amp! life. Theyare last meeting. of the board but has declined Ivltles, was trudging along toward
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of the school board was in to accept, preferring to his stopping place late ,in the after'nobu
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Rip Over y. who has workingIn expected back today or tomorrow remain
day.The establishment at the city yesterday. Mr. 'Eiana has In his present work. Prof. Evans when a kindly disposed gentleman
City Bakery is agent for the a large printing Sea Embroideries: and Insertions who was passing in an automobile '
a
week. announced that be will not accept this declination is regretted as re formerly
this
Orlando arrived in the city
? White Star Laundry-the best in the II. C. Stanford Co. stopped and offered to carry him
continue : held the
position preferring to asprincipal a position lo, city
and will spend a few days visitinghis .'." "
State. parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. Z. Over of the Osceola High' School, The ''Rangers1'' acquitted themselves schools and gave.most excellent ser to his boarding .house JVo, sir, .

Representative c >opegan and Buperlntendent bay: Rip has. many friends here, who Kisslmnoee.-Tampa Tribune. like baseball player in the vice., The position of assistant principal aid the old man, "you are 'ODe' of r
Sear visited Orlando on to welcome him. The game with Winter Park yesterday of the blah school Includes, the those fellow that my wife told me to- t
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are pleased Rent.-Slx house in good .
For room look out for whenI, left home You're'v
duties of teacher of the science
afternoon. .The locals the department
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business Tuesday. C.-I. acknowledges, a..pleasant call were acknowledged v
location. at this office. da ,
Apply champions of South and a well-versed and thoroughly a fraud-I'don't want' anything to t
=BartowCourierInformant.
LOST-Gold collar pin-crescenbaped. from the young. man. ( Our good friend C. K./ Ennls, the Florida last season and this year equipped educator is requiredfor with you"\ : I can wa'k to where' I'm .} '

Suitable reward if returned. hustling Narcoossee merchant, was In the prospects are good for the extension it. Superintendent Dlckenson going Mr. Gardner' also paid a- ,
Mrs.. W. B. Johnston. 1If ( visit. the National at Washington -,
to W. D. Harris, of the Kissimmee town- Tuesday and dropped in to see of this fame over the whole hal a number of applications for the to Capital

': you have any laundry to send Valley Gazette, was a visitor to the. us. We regret that we were temporarily '.State place, It is understood and the board and the Jamestown Exposition. ",

j away and want It done up in good I city. yesterday and dropped In to seethe absent at the time and did not Six room cottage for rent. or' sale. will,make a selection todavV* while away. ,
the City Bakery Mr. Harris has but. .theft ------+*- +14.
t shape, phone Reporter-Star. our 22tf.
vanaowhich desktwith Apply to A. E. JJearden. '#
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[ lived to nee many papers go over the on To the Club Women of Florida: y
had
Tiller has for Sale.
Mr, :M. Iron fence erected recently In frontof abaDd.OlDe "dark river" In Osceola and still. the friendly I greeting "have a cigaron The contract for broadening the \. The name purpose and location 'of'

his residence; in North Kissimmee. holds the field by giving the people a the house" was Dod"the less. en gauge of the Florida Midland Hv. Seven large lots on lake front at, clubr'not belonging to the FederationIs
good clean newsy paper that gives joyed. baa been let, we understand to MfTMlddlemas 175.00each. J. M. Wu-LSON JR. asked for by the State Secretary'of d

Try: thVnew barber shop. Every- all the facts regardless of whom the. Have house papered, Geo. of Jacksonville, who will the Florida Federation.* Mrs. Kirk'
r t hlng new and up-to-date. Sharp ra- shaft may at.rlke.-OrlaDdo ReporterStar. Gilbert will your give satisfaction. begin the work at an early date. It ------ - Monroe, for statistical purposes. She

.zors-clean towels, first-class service. you Is rumored that the work will beginat A club rate of $1.76 per veir: lor the reipectfully' asks the. secretaries of
Mr M. Kate returned home fromDalt.lmore the Apopka end or the line Insteadof Valley Gazette and the Florida Agriculturist. such club to send tbe information required -- \
P. A. Van Agnew and Minor 8. Jones; who is I
Attorneys now
Judge Tuesday. He stopped en Kissimmee, a* was at first In- Two of the best papers In to her address Coooanut z
W. J. Sears have been in attendance Circuit Court in Orlando .
holding route and spent several day at the i tended. I the State. Grove Dade county,Florida.
in Orlando this ;
court
circuit
; upon came downon the afternoon train Jamestown Exposition, which he ,
Ladies' danot
Home Journal patterns
week. Tuesday and- returned to Orlando ,thinks ia well worth seeing. He says, waste material. At DANN'S.Christian ,f
New barber shop at Patrick's old Wednesday morning. The Judge was. however that the exposition ia not
here In the case of Edna Bacus, one and advise those church notice: lSeJ'Vlce.Sunda.v .
tonsonlal artist ,
stand. Service by a quite complete yet
L, conversant with-.l1! the latest fads In of the women who plead guilty at the. who intend! going to wait until after as follow: Sunday Schoolat DDlfSIIOMfjOURNALpATIJJiNS.
houses 0:00/ a, m., service at 11 ._
bar ber lag. tf last term of court to keeping July 1st, about which time he think preaching
of ill fame and were let off under suspension -I all the exhibit will be In place aJd a. m., at the close of which there will
Mr. Harty,W. Thurman, who went, of sentence with the understanding the show comol t.e. Mrs. Katz will be a business meeting of the member .
to Germantown, Pa., on a business that they were to leave the the'summer in Kentucky.A ship. All members are especially '
trip same days ago, is expected buck: county within ten day*. The woman spend I urged to be present. Regular preaching -, Don't Old Time Patterns.
today or too orrow. left at the time specified but had beautiful line of White ,ShirtWaists 'service at 7:50 p. m. / Buy .. *- -.
H. C. Stanford Co.
returned and Sheriff Walker at M A. CO SAIJOOM.I .
recently I' .. / .*
Mr mixologist Walter McLaughlin.in Metcalf's Annex popular -'I notified tbe Judge, who telephoned Miss Florrie Brvan. of Dania, on I About seventy-five goats for sale.
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him to have the woman at the court the Florida East Coast, slater of Mr. FRANK VANS AONKWKlasimmee's
Saloon came down. Sunday. and spenta house upon arrival of the train. I William J. Bryan of this city the I society_ people'' Get the Ladies' Home Journal
few hour in the city.We FlorIda young
for the
Judge Jones had the woman broughtbefore' popular division sponsor; and esclt.lnjt'bowllnat. .
enjoyed a pleasant
requested by Goun ,y Attorney him,- who begged for 'mercy division of United Confederate contest at Butler's.. alleys patterns. Exclusive styles, perfect- ;
'. J. L. Moon to call attention. to and plead In extenuation of her return Veterans, 'is now the. guest of Mr. and Wednesday: in which tbe

the Statelaw against raffling1, which that she had not ,succeeded indisposing Mrs. Oliver, of Savannab. Mr Oliver honors for the evening highest, scores were won fitting thoroughly up-to-date. You ,
; ,will be at.rlet.J.eDforoed in future.: of all her effects' before her will be remembered as the professor bv Miss Alien Moon, and Mr. Marion ,

returned last I departure,' and only,._ came back of mathematics at the Duval High. i Carson. During the evening these at counter.
Dr. Wood in Carson / our
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week from tbe Fbiladel Dental temporarily for that purpose Under School, In this city, for several years, delightful refreshments" were served get, pattern- \

Collage cabers he ha just Jhsse 'circumstance be decided to and who afterward married an attractive which added much to the enjoymentof Puce '_J. "
finished cents.
give her another' chance,> and afterlecturing young lady ofi South Florida. : 1,9Jand 15''
occasion. wascbaperpned :.
Ills second dentistry. the" Tbe'pan" .
year's course JD
*'' will from /Savannahto t
her< soundly 'told) her she Miss Bryan co Mr. and Mr N "
Marlon Carson returned home Wednesday could go providing she would leave Macon form brief visit with friend by C'' ic 't. ,. -

..from a three week,vacation townTuesdaynlght and that if she and will then be joined by her mother. Bryan _' i : :'" sv-\ P.A'"N; : ::1N:

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.' j Confessed by Orchard on Completionof t In Accepting Silver Service ,for the Purifies the. >JJlood> and Clear Up the

With J Battleship .Georgia-Dote* on the l''' *W, t .- Complexion.BjBKH. .
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Cory, Nwarratlve-Ended Virtually\ *> -* U4pEverybody
Steunenberg Assassination. [ Marks Fact That He I is Half Southern. need' ta Ink Sulphur at

I f this ocuon. Nothing lake it to purify the
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ing I clear the complexion and 1
remove'that
sliver Flood, up
Harry Orchard crowned bis admissions la accepting the service p.sented / -
tired feeling., Eut the only way to r
of grave crimes on the witness! I the United,: States battleship take it U in liquid form. Hsneock's Liquid '

'ar ._-.- : ?f _'-4 .i. stand at, Boise Thursday when continuing ROOSEVELT j'g from the utate after which It't Sulphur taken internally 1 the bait Spring n

: Y + '- ?! fals case against William D. I j la.,was"named, during the Georgia Day toniol: Applied ed ctI'naUy.Uanoock'. Liquid .i;
IT t I -- Sulphur quickly cure Kctoint Tetter, and '
aj arCty, (ew .K a+ Hsywood. he made an explicitly detailed I I exercises: at Jamestown l'reeldentRoosevelt" I aU Skin .DI....".. lltnoock'i. the only

& \ r confession ot the murder of Strenuous, Interesting and In 'part. spoke, as follows: I' Liquid Sulphur Ointment, removes PJO-

0 ) '- Il % tfy A Vtve Frank gteunenber by an Infernal machine f. tie Program Carried Qut Without "I cannot express' how deeply .toothed I pies, Blackhead and Sure*, and givee a }

beautiful soft, velvety akin. Your druggist '
the for
that'dlreotly opens way Hitch Many Thousands
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sail It, It !
execution cured Edward V. Herring, of
IM his conviction and for
own
<< 10. o" o 4F + the offense. He .swore that the assassination Throng the Grounds. ; of Georgia my mother's state, the Frederick, :ltd., of a bad cue of. Eczema, I

of Steunenbe was first suggested The, Jamestown-exposition tale from which I, draw half tho blood ,and infint'e.he wntee: "My ,face u si amoojth M taD

Hay wood was jointly, plotted In'my veins erecting as the Georgia I/
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1 i le.,, aiMtu uient baa determined to look All-about Sul'pbur Booklet free, if yon '
y o e t/et 1' by llaywood, Moyer Pettibone ulata, house at the Jamestown ex- write Hancock: Liquid Co. Haiti-
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I yz Monday June 10, the, oceaalon ot- poBlticu repllon of Sulphur I
.. aud-lilui'aelf. was financed by llaywood a my-grandfather's more.

I / and was executed by himself after tho ident Hoosevelt'a second. visit as lious. at Roswell. Ga.; the houee: In
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failure "of an attempt in' which Jack real, opening' of the exposition. which niy mother passed her youth Most men thinkbeaveu t : li a place '.

Simpklnd hal participated. I' lost- and where she was married .to my where their neighbors',:nut going. i i
president no Ttpportunlty to \ ,
Orchard lifted the total of. his own I father It U an act of gracious courtesy --- 4j"
his approval of tile showing What. Do They Curet
murdered victims to eighteen, detailedthe sand consideration which I v<*y

i eft c a II, x w circumstaucej!! .under which ho since the backward opening of the deeply appreciate! ; and through the I The above question la often asked concerning -

position on April. 23, and with "I and other Of Dr. ( two leading mixll-
tiled to murder former Governor Peabody representative
vines, Joldi-n Mndleal I Discovery l and
i ," -Judse'Goodard, fudge Gabbertf high endorsement the J j Georgia I desire from nl'y heart to Farurlto 1'niscrlptlon."

t : eu. Sherman Hell U. li. Mot- :| feels that It 1.1 In position to thank all her citizens. Georgia's his Tho ann" rr is that T.olJiMi. alurutlv Mndlcal .
Discovery U a most imUint otbli ;
: .J fat and Frank Herne. Incidentally ho I Use an attraction for which ; tory 14 unique for she alone, among >cd.-4>urlller. and tonic 'or liivlRorutor;

confessed to a plan to kidnap) tbe child need nut be made. This was original thirteen colonies and. theiibBLQuent I and acts lupoctally favorably In a rura-
all the lining
tlvewayupoii inucoiiR sur
one of his former assoclacos( and the opening of Bulloch new states added thereto" .
: of (I Dat fuse, as of the nasal I passages, ,, throat
I -- tXirloon the Then, under crosa-exummaton! by ft! replica of the early home of 1> '. founded with a' consciously be bronchial tubes, stomach bow.. .
in
by Berryhinn. Wuehingon: Star.f. '
t bl ddcB cent. 6f catarrhal -
I curlnx largo
the defense, Orchard co.ir-j.ssod, guilt (dent\ RooHevell'a mother at I purpose' with the deliberate I' caknj> whether a tfie disease per! altoct* the)

available they could not have been of the sordid social crimes of dvbert ,j Cla., erected as the Georgia state Ihtt'iit to be'netit'mankhd? by upbuildns nasal piMaga, the trrqjnt, larynx bronchia

f.: DIRt VICTIM OF used spectators on. account. of' the danger to lug his young wife and child in On I ing, was the feature that drew' |(( a commonwealth along carefully I I bowola, tu>(macnNas a>l :mu( O'' cntafMwjl.>W Tttfi>I ivi dytrx-pola Madder.),

Women seized" tarlo fleeing, to British{ Colttiubla with president. to tho txpoolljon: ) fur a .'-! lines of nodal, political and uterus or other pfivlc orgJlr' l.>fn t<\
their children and
1' (> ( liberty! Justice thj hrgn'Ti'II II fir, "i" ivn }*?* rif ""*
und ;
of another. end visitProw .
DEAD them from Haulo Simpson the wife '
TIGER IS dragged the path of the lj"t' '" yv<-- >nul In -titsI ---
maddened tiger and hundreds of little mau aud committing bigamy Cy: mar'j thu moment the 1>rl'sl< (' ''Oglethorpo. the founder of Georgia, I f-IfBfVfaii- +,

I children clung! -to the skirts of ty'lug'a 1 : ,third\ woman at Cripple Creek.: \Irs.\ Itoo&ovelt and their dielln ; I a -rue apostle of. jihlliinthropy, mid I Tim "'Favorite Pregcrjmlnn fli la .q their terrified mothers and scrambledto for 1 pjie, Vl-t'l' ?'! i.JnHii if I> .i'OW.-I wr
of quests were landed l at the' e of opportunity| all Ills
Through tlie shocking details murder is ,
I we a"
j
t Panic'in Ret I
Tents Wlion Enraged awayMarket bomb- 'i pier at 10:50: ) o'clock a. m.until i purpose was to. found a state the I I f. >I' .. t l 1 11 ,
,," ot secret
honjfd for the main entrance [plots ttorles n ir ij i i i i i I
,. Animal Chargsd on Crowd ,-, forty feet away In his rush j lIaldug} and details ut man Mauls with di-par.ure) at 4:37:: clock lu the ufl I <>f which should be open: to the I I,I I hill* a powerful tntild anti tutKvntTy iit-rvlnn.' "for\ ling weak l lI nv worn-all-

' r ;. and he struck several people. with his sav'edoitshotguns! and InCel'upl'lua. ivnon, every inlnnu- watt O'CUIIII.( I ) ''' ... of every land and creed, ,i ouL ov'r\vork. womrnn matter what'

Attacked Ponies. shoulders, knocking them down vltiiebs went | The president spout In the ( '!) I closed, to i-vory form ut |>olltlcul I.I I. has, caned the br'"llk-dtlwn. "KB vorlto r. "
Mrs. S. li.: Rozell. of Twin Palls, chinos us :weapons) the : J l'r"'rlpliou"\\IH, lio fuiiinl mu-effective/
t __ __
and her .!little daughter! Ruth could on In thu saute quiet oit/ -h.it+d manner rtrrntoulea'from lire reviewing I or Industrial bondage or per- I in bulldjiij; up the Mp-ntrth. regulating -

Twin Tails Jdaho.-Four-year-old not escape the tiger's rush and( were mat marked liU deiuvaucr ou.the and during/ theatU'inomi. alldrf'9 -( ('cut Ion. llli colony weltomed alike I, the womanly lnuctloim. imbduiuit vigorous pain
I and briiiflnx about healthy
horne to the t ground. The tiger held /tiic convention ofthe National; J: 'I who fled from pnlliUiil or nodal it
Ruth Rozell who was attacked by a I lI Mrs. Rozell with his paws while his, 1 ' ')\ and those, vthv.her Christian :I A book of IIILrUl'ul.rMHII''H fiu'li botllnsrlvliiff
toriul Association the exposition; ) ) |
Royal Dengal tiger which escaped fanes sank Into the neck of the I His voice dropped to a lower key
child. !1 I thn fpriiuilto of lour mnllciio| und
Jew who sought liberty: ( for con-
'' from Its rags at the performance of, ..1.V Bell 1. a Twin Falls blacksmith, as the pitiful story of the long hunt dltoiium On both occasions he- was gl11 I quoting what ....01"" ...* of imiiii-nl\ inisl- "
the Ilo-Floto circus here' has died was standing beside Mrs. Rozell when I for ::!t..I1I1 'ul>er"narlodown. to (> DH enthusiustlo welcome lip161'l'\ I II | "' ulie. 1was u high and : toil authorvhow work arts ronaultnt

S 'i from her Injn-rlen. Mrs Hoxell. the she was Rlta kcd. His wife and children I the Georgia building the 1''t : ) .., beginning! ; and I inn proud I'' by pliv lclan.Hof all the m-hcxiU of pra'tlcoai .,
and he told 1 of the! racefrom '
the last day, ifiildci lit | irpHcrlhlii, Fay of lath: Ingrelent -
lp mother of the child who wax knocked ; too. were with him and at the : of Georgian, ancestry and
hotel to the Sttu.ici.bcrg building; and the negro exhibit, ( my / pn\A'rlnl Into thi>"'u m r+ town and badly shaken bv 'the tiger mercy of the beast. the I I Ii
Tb wordn( of \ lipstowt, then
the the fact that my grandfather'sj pmtv on
Ki'ounda )
a In bill ililvts over
Is .overcome with grief and the shock Thrusting his aside Hell boat bill'Ictln.wllh the deathtrap
Vie family Home! to I .several l llIlIirPdlf'lll" "ntrrllllf., low lJ x-tor 1
of her drew revolver bauds( of( people lined the attests j ran p experience. Thus tar no crimInal a and opened fire on und lire meeting in the evening ] 1 lprr. miMJIolii' bv ""dlIrl.l.Pn vlioui
9 action baa been brought against the tiger at a distance of three feet. gate him a continuous ovation. i II rat governor: or aoi the title then I have morn weight limn uny amount, of;
t" the circus management, and. while When the first bullet struck Markel gloom l. aa the victim walked unconsciously President' Uooso\elt' admired the f '-iiI. preslden.. of the new tttate when I non profpMslonal t I j
the panic following the breaking of behind the shoulders he winced and to his drew. 'Ihrousu it all, Much nimi arrltlnit for tlin 1II1I.1.n,'" 01
ti'.ellve exhlbi. arranged by n.. I ('0111111<'111111 rongrch. of which I their mwllralri>thri the animal its and the opened his jaws and lint was I
; : from cage en- growling viciouslyand he winced but once, -
ii cuing tragedy are' the sole topic of lashing his tall against the wall when the defense made him mama his and was much Interested In a, ". .| was also a member Iceland that I speak.Boca niiHlli'Jiinit' aro-nuii-alMihollc.. nOl'- I

conversation there has been no demonstration of spectators. The second bullet br.Hlier and: a'lle collection of Abralium! t .. t thlilecn I stolen had become a new I secret, and contain no harmful habit-1
4I made against the circus caused! him to release Mrs Rozell and I six sisters and uU onO I it-lies. Including a log cabin Independentnation.. Since then! furmlnE druar ,...tnl/roml|p+.w'dof (tlyrrrlct .
by citizens because of the unfortunate her daughter from the grasp ot his give their residences In Uii.aHo and extracts' of tine roots of native. A-inerlcam '
occurrence paws, and the third to put him on the I' New York. beating'! the humble birthplace! ol .. hue grown; at a rate even I medicinal. for*t plant 'i'lu'y are both
The coin ubloiinding than the, rae of old by dealers In mivllt'liii. You can't, <,
tiger charged Into the crowd I'un.
", I Tho dvfeuce 'fouglu the fcluiy with afford to Hnh'tlluto fur of ,
the Bell followed three d rowtll of the nation a whole; her accept, Jut a' one ] "
1 billing little girl and a Shetlandpofy firing' more and An interesting feature of the as I Uinm medicines of known ,, ;''i'
Jt objections succeeded rompoltlon}
and:mauled several other spec- bullets into the fleeing tiger, as It a multiplicity occurred lu the Georgia state 'I haves stead hlsh In every field any secret nostrum. 'f1)rPierce'sPellets.
1 .tators and ponies before It wan hot ran outside the tent. Markel wan in heading off uu ulteiiipt to ,, Intellectual mall,niigar-roaU' .l,
or physical
Governor' Tcnell, behalf! activity ;
where on
and killed by a man In tbe audience. sorely hit, but he managed to crawl tell thu story of file murder of Arthur " unity to take a* candy rraulaui/ and iiivlgornto i
,, 'For a few momenta there was a panic some distance before be collapsed. I hU state, presented u silver service rapid though bor progress has lltomll'h.I'cr\ and bow'oil. ,
and
t. Collins: at Tfllurlde, temporarily ,
,
r .: In the menagerie and women screamed Recovering his strength for an Instant -.1 costing! $IU,000.to the battleship U I In the past, It bids fair; to be --- - -
land shutting out the contents of a The only thing a woman cannot& do ,
fainted. The elephants tugged the tiger turned and started '-gla. the service being accepted -b 'en greater In the wonderful new
; ;at their chains and trumpeted wildly: back toward the stampeding 'specta telegram received and telegram seat : Is keep her hands from her barkhiilr.Try .
of the new 'e811<11. The which nn. uow fairly opened.
.. t the offlcers: i
and there was great commotion until tore. Bell was waiting for the attack Orchard after his arrest. But tor
by f'r
f the tiger rolled over dead in front. of with his revolver reloaded, but the rest: tho state managed to get; In option by the, l ladies of the (' ; r '1'crlups the very fact that 1 am one can of Are" fled Salmon,
the main entrance. the big beast had enough, rolled over ? comiulssiou lu honor' of l President : tfotuhern and half northern In and you will use no other.

;, t f Hundreds were In the menagerie snarling and biting at his wounds Its story Intact. I Mra. lluobevell followed. : .' and that for many jears -1 I Ii i ti
tent at the (lafternoon performancewhen and expired In a few moments. In an Interview .at Walla Walla ':;'' f
i '
the time came for feeding the Meanwhile the news that the tiger Mrs. Steunenberg widowof I was b)' card to Georgians only brought Into "peculiar ) close as- Hat That Made Butler Good Looking.

animals. Market the tiger and his had escaped bad spread and spectators Washington, to army and navy officers In uniform.After with-the )llfe of the great Did you ever' know thai Ren. UonJaniln -

''mate. Agnes, had been restless for continued to flee from the tents. the *.f ormur governor of Idaho says this a luncheon was given makes It natural for me to feet K. Butler considered himself
some time. At the eight of the meat Many of them fell knocked she hopes Harry Orchaid will be given Well 'did.!
,' or, were the bull tag to. the president and intensity the atrong: sense of --kin a handsome man? ho says>
,r Markel bel1t'turloull' with his paws down In the confusion, but'none. sustained an opportunity to lead a good and Evans. ' of great the Boston Herald aud lh/ro I Is aletterin'his
Rear Admiral with .portion our
and every
+4' con the door of the cage. The door serious Injuries. party
Fgave way and the tiger sprang from Mrs. Rozell and her daughter were honest. life.GEORGIA, The schedule arranged In adv : ,country, which. !should be..the own: h.1ndwrllog: pasted
tore window
y- Tils rare to the neck of a Shetland taken to the office of a fJhy.I'lan.where waa. followed to the letter'and shunusually of every true American. on: .a'N'aahingtun"slreli; !'\ ,
many fifteen feet away. everything possible was done' WEEKLY EDITORS 'to prove. \It Dell wrote' It Ip, July,,
cl have '
strenuous day was ts.l 1 havB been president ,
+ k-/Tb) tiger's keeper seized a bar and for the child. It was found that the .: -" ', :,"',' ', ; J879. -and thanked avrtrjn of linttera'
\ '
!'. f,.,. JU" ', 1jfV\ *\* .. *: 'w ttliou$' unpleasant incident of n ld every 'stato and' terrltory''wlth- '
'' an
t struck,the animal between the eyes. teeth of the tiger had frightfully lac Forth at Sandersville In 'Twenty- for the gift of ,a skyplece" la. thesis
MarJcel released his grip on the pony's erated the neck and breast 'ot the little Hold having occurred., The police arrangements borders of the union, save such words:;

neck and leaped upon the back of another one. and much blood was lost before Fifth Annual Convention. for the handling of( the ." can only be reached by sea I have "I take pleasure In acknowledging
pony. Again the keeper felled the wounds could be closed. Tbe The twenty-nfth annual conventionof '
&e
crowd wereso excellent as to from the Atlantic to Pa- the receipt! of your hat with thanks
,hIm with the Iron,and he relinquished little: girl died and Mrs. Rozell was the Georgia Weekly Press Association -
,his i hold of the second pony only to removed to her home. in Sanders- forth favorable comment on from the great lakes to. the guti. for your kindness 'The. proof, of the< +,

setae a third. 'Another stiff. low fromjttie Market was reputed to be one of was called to order aide. have spoken at country fairs, to pudding Is In eating tie bag' said<

,1. :' Iron 'dro... the tiger from his the largest and best proportioned tigers vllle Thursday morning, by Prl aldencColeman The naval review of men-of-war to commercial ;and business, the proverb and I have worn your

'. ,, prey and he leaped Into the crowd. on exhibition, and was the prideof o( Cedartown.An : Hampton Roads and the reception ... \, to association of pro- lilt both ashore and afloat, and An

Tbe tent was well filled and the the manager. He had shown nopre..lous address ot welcome on behalt of the'commanders of American and foreign >nal men, to labor oitanlzatlons., say It Is ono of the l>T i>t-rf not the
fiedin'every direction. most signs of 111
,t'' 1 people temper and the
Sandersvllle delivered by lion. best hat I ever wore. Jieniilo I ha..ctbl"cn
was vessels which preceded the presl.dent' of creed and parentage.
of/them/ crowding out; under the can. management of the circus was astonished men every
:
vas. One 'woman scrambled to the at his behavior. Many persons T. W. llardwlck. arrlvU at the grounds, and thing that hall struck me most complimented for nv food looks ,

top of an animal cage and refused to thought that the door of the tiger's President Coleman made a most appropriate military re\* w on Lee parade, following been the essential unity of our with' It on. .\Vtth than!'a for your

come down .until long after the tiger cage might have been more secure. response Mr. Coleman dwel> forenoon address ." kindness, I am very truly yours
y was killed. -- The keepers were helpless on account ; the pctsidenl'B "BENJAMIN F. BUTLER."
Shrill cries from frightened oflbe confusion, and had It not been upon' the Jamestown trip of the edit. were the-same as on the opening day . __ _ u

,. phants aroused the keepers to tor Belle presence ot mind and ors. He regretted that the railroads with the exception of some slight ditferfnce WILSON ON WITNESS STAND. Butte New Beautiful.

v er activity. The guns kept by.ele.1 I prompt action in risking an encoun- refused to offer any special Inducements in the personnel of the participants. ) "The city of. Butte. In no longer
: keepers for emergencies were ter with the angry tiger more lives '
being hampered so they claim 1 of (
i"' ty-five_ feet away, and had they might have been sacrificed Agrlcultura JDepartmentT..tlfles plagued all it wall tJomo years ago by
by the provision of the new federal It was a distinguished party in "Cotton Leak" Case. 'the fumes of sulphur that dross. from _

} GIRL ALONE ALL ' ; find her way In daylight, she WAS still rate law. In spite of this fact, how- I revlewel$! the assembled vessels Secretory Wilson of the agricultural the copper plants denirucllve aljka

more helpless In tbe thick darkness.In -ever, he said many of the ediiors were |I the Maytlower. Immediately upon_ r was the principal witness to all forms. of vegetation and obnoxious

x NIGHT IN JUNGLE the distance she heard the roaring going to make the trip. arrival of'that vessel the party of Sec the supreme rfourt of the Dls- to the' olfactories of the psopte,"
of panthers and other wild animals. balance of the Washington Mon said Dr. John M. Bcanland: of that
Her horse and dogs heard tho lounds Business occupied tho retary of the Navy Metcalf was of Columbia
Daughter of Mr.. and Mrs C. .. Dell town to the Washington Herald. "All
% aud became almost unmanageable In morning session. At night an elegant ferred from the DolplAu. The ) In the trial -of erstwhile Associate
'
looses Way In Indian ".lIdt'rl1."II, the smelters, nave one owned by Senator 4
their fright. banquet wan. given at the Hotel Jiflida. to Join .the president were Holmes on the charge; of '

"' yVashington. D. C. Miss Helen The, was rain a blessing which poured in disguise down thoughshe steadily There was a suspension of tbo Tegu Joseph M. Terrell of Georgia and W.N. divulging cotton ,crop re l tho local Clark plant are now has at n Anaconda smokestack, and of I

Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.t : knew it not at the time. lar order of bustneaa'at the afternoon Mitchell of the Georgia state commlslilou. ?, Holmes' attorney made an un- such tremendous height that tho Injurious \

.' 'I.J. Bell has Just returned from, an Her friends told her later It was session to nettle the question of the adul effort to show that the sec I vavorn are carried or: Vow{ ,

'eventful winter In India the most undoubtedly the rain that preventedher plate of meeting! next year. Passing over the same course was prejudiced In Ills State we are" beginning to have green: lawns ,

thrilling episode of which was a night being surrounded by reptiles., It JalnegvilU and Douglas entered the when he visited the exposition on and leayes on our trees at last. 1 i
f Alone In the Jungle. kept them under cover aud she was '
I' i Miss Bell left here early In the unmolested. contest Mrs. Longstrc.et represented opening day; the presMen: \

'A ,winter to spend several months in India Miss Belle friends sent out several Gainesville and won Sentiment:! is favorable the fleets of seven nations nix lu addition FAMOUS HOTEL IN ASHES. AX OM KDITOIl: <* 4 J

with English: friends. }.I 1', aud hundred coolies to beat the brush. to Douglas for 1KOU. to the United States. --,- Found $2100) Worth 01
(Mrs.: Arthur F. Hopkins. Part of the They failed: to find her but at day- The sea-fighters were In gala attire Princess Annie, at Virginia Beach Food ,I
b \time Mr. and :Mrs. Hopkins and their break she found her way to n clearing ,'
j v party Including Miss Bell,were camp- and meeting a native who could VERDICT OF TWENTY-FIVE CENTS' the flags of the different countries Totally Destroyed. ;. The editor of a'paper out In Okla. ,* .

ing near Hyderabad and hunting big I speak some English was directed to I resented waking a striking picture. Tim famous Princess Anne hotel K. said: "Yes It Is true when i' got *',

c't game.he \II\ the camp. Bluejacket Barred from Dance Hall I the Mayflower steamed (flown tbe I ; a Beach, Va., built twenty-flvi., hold of Grape-Nutg food It was worth i!

men ot the,party started out Miss hell returned to 'the United Gets Only Price of Ticket. column of vessels, each in turn greeted ago and one of the handsomest more than a $2000 doctor bill to me v., .
hunt one morning and toward States by of The .
a Japan. vessel
,on way for It made me well hays
a
night Miss Bell rode out from camp on which she took passage had just :A. verdict fur 25''cenU., the price the president who occupied resort hotels along the middle gained 25 man. 1 //.'
pounds In
i to meet them. She missed tbe trail left Yokohama when it ran aground of b'la ticket, was returned by; a jury bridge of hU trim yacht with a 'eeaboard, was destroyed MOD strength has weight my

after a few miles and soon found her.aelf on a reef. It was safely floated, and direction ot Jusilce Sweetland, at of twenty-one guns. The foreign by fire which' had its origin 1> ; returned tenfold my
by brain
further Into the heart oft started Us power has been given 1 back tome
+ getting on voyage, but a few days of honor In from dele ;
suppouedly a
..the jungle and unable to get her bear later smallpox appeared on board, Newport, It. I., Thursday, In the case sets had; the positions kitchen, and that is an absolute essential

; : ings. Darkness came"ou, and with It and for fourteen days the passengerswere of Chief Yeoma, Fred UUenxie: ot line nearest end parallel to the { flue.' for 1 am an editor and have teen for

at heavy rain. quarantined tho Pacific coast. tho United States naval training station sition grounds and were reached The loss on the building Is $185.IJVO, :35 years, '

+, Alone with only her horse andnfew Miss Bell finally reached her home who was excluded from a dancing by the Mayflower, so that their: UI only $33,000 insurance I "My ,pen shall always be ready to s'
doge Miss Bell faced a night, In rarely, wlthu stock of exciting stories heard in
be speak a good
the drat to word for this
last summer becausehe were powerful f
't that lonely wilderness known for Its for her relatives and friends. She U pavilion a
venomous snakes. The Might wore now with her parents at their coun- wore the navy uniform their salut/llcna. nutritive food. I had of course often ...'
''on and. no help came, and,, unable to try place Twin Oaks. TWELVE THOUSAND' PER CENT I read the advertisements regarding .

I ".. Graps-Nuts, out never thought to ap.,
FIRST OF GEORGIA PEACHES. OF'TtU: OCEAN. of ply the food to
HORROR by Shylocks Augusta to my own use, until in .'
TgRRIF WESTERN: SNOWSTORM WIFE AND
SON
SLAY -
OF1MIESSOrt Borrowers. my extremityand:
sickness
Negro the
f .....1 ;;1\lt1oJ -, Car of Luscious Fruit js Shipped from French Schlwner Sinks,, ; There quite a war on In Augusta, thought came to me that !U t might nt .r,
Incbis Places Jn So It Is Charged ,
: Snow .
SU. of When They Surrender : Fort Valley to Quaker; City. 'Down Twenty-Eight Souls ,,, against money lending companies my case. The statements regard

Michigan. *- .to Authorities.Paikersburg. .' I The flrst-car-of the season of, Georgia Twenty-eight passengers), charge usurious Interest to lie- -to the foodar. absolutely correct as )
'Detroit: Mich.-*-Mlchlgan felt the \V. Va.=:; Asleep IU I have in
,' worsttMay storm ever bed, Harvey Tohe .
of the a fortunate
grasp prosperous: Valley Friday and wajr consigned to of the-French : thins about the food
.. known ln.lthe'State.'After.. violent farmer. near' McFarlan; Ritchie County by the sinking! Congressman Fleming cahmplon- Is that while It is the
'i .ralnaBf* light lag storms. the,7rathr was shot and killed. It Is alleged... William \Velnert & Co., Philadelphia.The er'LaJalluse, from Cayenne"for St. the taints ,of the negroes and has made and most scientifically .'
highly
v iT..I.:?"' turned cold and, in' many. parts of by.his wife and son.i_The murder peaches': were of tb'e' Grecafcboro.Tarlety aiL 'fie iahooner .aok..oflBarb several cases la !the, co rte.ucte.dul eentrated food ,nave nourishing dyer eon
SUM heavy anQ.- Zell/:At Sault'te.M.rle took;plat after q\blUer quarrel, in : he fine: .t ct. Her captain\ ; I known '
z 4 the : there U six, Inches At'snow. ,which Yobe unmercifully'' beat ,)111'wit. a114. howe4 \o ,, last Friday nlghL' ,,flarbadoes : !). Mr. Fleming. In, one |ot ,,1las-so ,delicious a taste that It "in.

ii 'It'Mackinaw: ,tbe snow was driven and their-boy.' about 'Seventeen Heavy. shipments will. begin to.. move 21: men reached suits, proved that his client\ had and holds friends.'.... ""There': a teas'. '

Lt ;a.(orty mil gal; Report ,from' Mrs. Tohe and the boy John earr.adetedthemselvegto 'Sn,about t.eu.day.. 'with; the news. "over (,1,2,000 .perl\ cent,, h son." Head"The Road to Wenvllle't

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tongue ,the only l1e'tbl\t' does II arm. -t MALSBY;{,COMPANY, x

die .hut i!' im the tory of malignant< falsehood :RUININa'A RIVAL 41 S.FOII.ITaI: S'r.r ATf.A.NTA. U A..,

which never stops the only- sort ofuntruth ;Your old profeasionayrlval is gala* LYDIA E. E.PINKHAM'S I' '

that we should avoid and tog a. great, deal of pre..tlgs>" ;. ,. r 'ir

SEItMoN a y disdain, I think not That kno"InC "Yes;' answered the doctor, "but I'll VEQETASLE () '

i look, or'that evasive answer, or that Bz all: that. I am making arrangj, ,Jim: y yIs .r
suspicion of smile
a whleh all '
gi can we meats to have him called as aa export "'''iI/: !/,' id ,
use and have
; seen all three are COMPOUND '
e w x parties to too frequent lies, that we witness,"-Washington Star. ;//1lirlllh: -. =:-

dare not utter. The knowing look 'I ,!/
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acknowledged to bo the most successful '; i'/' !i Ij:
has struck i iI'
fear to
many a trusting uaVtseaaespetmenentlyeered
BSt.Vitua'IAnoeN in the for iliUlhjllijthose ;$, }I'yi+
remedy country ;
heart. The evasive answer has Great NervuRcetruer. !
caught Dr. Kline'
;, br: ... painful ailments peculiar to, ,mlillIt.];;(!i, iii ijlu:
away the faith of pot a few be- WI trial bottle and trP Fred' !:l ai' I
!
Subject Lying.. lieving souls. Tlnit silent.' quiet Dr. II. B. Huns, IA.,931 Arch S..P 1.Ja., .Pa women.for. ",/,;- .' I,
smile, has shattered confidence In --- more than' 80 years, It has 1imjl': real h k'; / '
many a character ere this v VThey LOTS LEFT OVER. been curing Female Complaints.I!!!!,/!' l i f ll'

Brooklyn. N.: Y.-Preaching at life say" and "some one told me so", are Servan't Mad;! -I left my lost place such aa Inflammation, and Uleera- :Iij'! J

Irving) Square Presbyterian Church the unholy parents of a godless host 6ocau e I couldnt get.enough to eat. Lion Fa.lliugand .
k! Gaffs i
Vuuhcfann sf> to'.. N" U st.
Hamburg avenue and WelMelc/ of lies. Here is a mother who hat Master-You' won't find that the and consequent Spinal _
street. on the theme "Lying" The asked for good news of her boy. only wITe the cooking Backache, and Is peculiarly adapted. _' MACH'INE'RYANQ'S'UPPLIES.I '
case here. My does' ,
Revs Dr. I. W. Henderson pastor to receive that mean and false eva- to the Change/ Life. w"l E .
took aa Ills text Ex. 20:16: ''Thou live answer that leaves so much unsaid and'there.. i Is always Tot left after I. Records snow that it has cured ; NK I .

Shaft- not bear false witness against and so much to be Implied. The everymeal.. .-Megg2ad/>.rfer O latter.-., more cases of Female Ills than any. other' oDe remedy known. PorWoI.. etelloasry sae frmo'lo.(.11._Boltara,

thy-neighbor. implication kilts her trust. Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable, Compound dissolves and expels S*. Mllli Mid OH*Mill" "'_._101..sad Shla*
To cut the text down Here is the man who to .1.Mill MntnlMtt. Oo..l_has MirM U MMk.Writ .
to paints Tumors at
four words you There Is no.arUcle. of food more an en.rlystagtrof development. Dragging Sensations; causing cMlo.M Prt.AJdlr.. .-, all oommmm- d
and to make It,. ome straight- the the virtue of a friend. Yon give to pain weight,and headache tar .
nutritious or healthful than Argo Red aweeliq.edandpermsnentlycured by.lt use. MOM to ...I.. a.. W. Mrs M aawotloa* ia\
point and our' own day we will rewrite himthat knowing look as It to say, Salmon. As a, brain and muscle It corrects Irregularities ,or Painful Functions, WealcneM. of the ".._om.. t'I. I
it: "Thou ghalt not He." In "and you too trust him poor fool;" ............
builder, It is far' ahead of beef Stomach 'Indi at.iCn. Bloating. Nervous Prostration Headache. Gene .:.......a.a..N. N
our time: whether and confidence is The dainty'maiden < or
of the gone.
prevalence of the evil because or pot. I shall with her heart so full of love' other meats.; ral tad Debllltyj wantto al left*>.alone"Dizziness feeling Faintness Irritabllltv.Extreme Nervousness Lassitude.,81eplessnea' "Don't care !il SDVNDARD oFTiIESOim.HOGLESS .t to1fD' t

not attempt to aay-the word lie recounts to you the nobleness ot the Flatulency Melancholia or the "Blues." 'fihe.e'ar indications of
edema to- cause .a shudder to run man she, loves and you give to hera UNAPPR::CTATIVEy female weakness sure ,
or some organic derangement.
over tbeaverage'hllman, frame smirk Ot course you've said nothing i ii ,
and
!
,.c.., to merit reprimand from many. Plain perhapB' you know nothing, to "Your husband ( 1- always counts ten before Compound Is a most":zcellent: remedy.
"
angry '
words, we are told are too :Jiarali contradict"her view but you smile
find besides you Jijxpw they aren't and the light of her, life is dimmed. he speaks said one woman. Mrs. Plnkham's i ; ;
Kooil form. The thief, be he weal Lies by consent perhaps, falsehoods "Yes," [answered the _other. :"I wish Standing Invitation to Women II

enough to give strength of cour- by '''Implication no doubt they are; 'he'd atop it. Since he got dyspepsia :' Women Buffering from any; :form of female Tveakness are.Invited' to .

age so to do, we will generally name but before the judgment bal'.of, God 'home seems nothing bot a class- iaarithmetic. write Mrs Plnltham, Lynn. Mass for advice. She is the Mrs. Plnkhamwho i t$ LARD i
they shall be 'termed "uncleu.ooUut
without the slightest hesitation but "= has been
Washington Star. advising sick women free of charge' for more than twenty
we are alow'to give any man the lie. thus far our talk has been and before
years that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia E. Plnkham S E \TEgNl'IENT.INSVEmON :
This desire to be and largely negative. Let us approachour
polite
proper In advlsinir. Thus she Is \vtell qualified to guide sick women back to
Is all very well In Its'place. Harah topic for a moment from the Positive The cow's udder Is kept In'a clean health.. liar advice .Is free and always helpful. : '
)
words are not necessary over points point. The command, not to' smooth condition by >} DJ11ifRHamoHillaili.WAJOWt..mAJmMV\
healthy and.
upon which we may honestly and 'reanouably -' speak evil of our neighbor when revised :

disagree. Either or both of In 'the light of the life of Christ washing It' with borax and ,water,, a ...................a.......

the parties to a matching of ideas becomes a positive demand for strict tablespoonful oft, borax; to two aval"
nay be at fault. All men are fallible adherence tothe truth.. The sense
..- and prone to error and mistakes. of the'obligation to be true and to of water. This preventl'roucbnes To ClClnyI8eer:

None of III Is Infallible and most ot live true is at the base of all Individual and soreness or cracked teats which aa J woman" that Jnxtln will-

us now and then remember things and. social life and advance make milking time a dread to the cow FREE improve AsU.ptle her health

that am not so, and make statements ment. No man can lie to himself and a worry to the milker. /7' eo Jn . si and do all we claim
that the facts will prove untrue. Theeharp and be a party to his own upllft- for lie We''' willsond
trial
her abnolutcly! free a larin
answer Is here very manifestly ment. To move ahead and Into uni- "" box of PaJilne with 1 Instructtlons ..
out of pla<,o. But the common liar son with God we must be true to GETS THE f. ALL RIGHT. ahd genuine .rnltR.: Bend '

wbo wilfully, deliberately', maliciously our personalities. The desire to "Mabel accepts more rings from J your name ana address on s> postal card
untruth obey the dictates of a good conscience
spread should be branded pure "
as n liar-and that In hot haste. Is the beginning of Individual men than any girl 1 know. tit heal

The varieties of falsehood are like advance. We cannot be untrue to "I.,don't understand 'j r411 (i ;' Qriff' PAXTINEi e m j 4

the Rhodes of black---endless. But self and true to men and to God. "She's a telephone>> operator."-:Milwaukee -I affections t'

perhaps In no other place than our The agreement of each man by and Sentinel: ,'' such as basal catarrh pdvlo n
+
ifs.i catarrh and Inflammation cauned bv>> I mW
courts of ,Ia.w Is the lie found more with himself to be consistent with I f nine ore ?yea sore throat and i '
, frequently or In a moro vicious" and the demands of his highest Inner mouth I bi direct local trentment.. Its ou" I 1
abandoned form. The unbridled perJury light l Is the basis of social credit. BABY ITCHED TERRIBLY/ aUro power over these troubles Is extra ,
,1
which The of -credit that is to, sa'y, ordinary and Rives Immediate relief.
takes place In our courts power of Women are tulnf and rem
Is really past belief. One would credibility or trustworthiness, can Face and Neck Covered With Inflamed ' onnuendingThousands It every: day Co" cent at
think that men would hesitate to not be too much remarked. Creditor Skin-Doctors No Avail- d rufrglflt a or ny nw II. Remember,however. 'I
l'r'IMTCYOUNqHIYl TO Tav IT. _
swear In falsehoods under cover of the assurance we have of the bori-, 'Cured by Cuticura Jteniedio. Trial :K. rAXTUM ()O.. _--. ]>!_ .

God's name but any judge will. ,' tell esty and reliability of Individual. or "My l.aby'a face and heck were vovtntt
yon that hundreds do. companies of men, whether firms or with itching skin similar to eeceina. and I..

The Infamous attacks. upon men nations la the foundation Upon she ctifrrred terribly for 1
over a year l THE DAtSY FLY KILLER __ .ntk*
In our public lite the lies gigantic which political systems are built. We took her to a number of doctol'8..and-R'a.' turn u4(ffunte ooulurt hmtt -lW3fe "'_.-.
of our political started could not do business nor conduct & ,, 'fad"' ., ._
campaigns different .
to college, to no avail. Then ,, .. 4'tdv4
with malign: Intent to destroy trust government' ton a day were it not for Outicui-a Remedies were recommended to For cool cooking 'less work and least fuel-expense a \ .. ":. -" i o.1o'L."flr a..... Y

in a candidate who Is beyond reproach this great and fundamental principleof me by Miu G-. I did not une it at firvt.I ''b 3S.....c-gJ ._,..... Mt t"
j are unworthy of a self-ro- human life: that credit-that is I had tried to 'many other remedies : /, ( III eel sod mrTrir
: 1,05.ar.blaa
to say, honor and truth-must be NEW PERFECTION MMy.Jn,, : <1!' thvMd .. f
Kpectlng people and should be aban ; : sa e
without any favorable reunite. At last 1 J:: .t! .
:. .. ...
.
Vttll Will
doned. The unfounded attacks maintained. Foc bow long think you _,. :! ::;;>/.. 4 .
upon tried
Cutioura Soup Cuticura Ointment, p s. .u ore
the characters of good men, bv would the fabric of our state remain and Cuticura Rexolvent rills, and .to my M;$;:* tyf eI.LD. -i.{::.0505

editors who should be abovo such intact were mutual faith destroyed aurpri -noticed an improvement 'After ,Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStovethe .
things. are not fair either to the attacked and credit given up? The elaborate using three boxes of the Cuticura Ointment __XILaII.'f't". ; ; T,, ,

or to the Intelligence of the business system to which we point together with the and I other '
Soap Pills
writers. The stories that are spread with pride will be a wretched thing ideal stove for summer. Does'everythi'ng that .any 2O Mule.' > Team
pleaned to she in
itm altogether different '
ray a
y
through financial centres In order to of the past so Boon as personal and child and! the picture of health. kind of stove will do. Any decree of heat i instantly Made in l ; ''t PT

weaken public confidence in standard social Kant honesty regarded is removed.falsehood Immanuel as "the- 1oIt,... A. C. BreHtlm, Iii N Lincoln Bt., three sixes': and fully warranted. At your dealer's, or write out: \ BO1RAXopen I "
securities or to destroy public fait ,
&! Chicago 111.. Oot. 30 and 39( 19OO.
.. in the standing and solvency of indlvlduals forfeiture 6f human personal worth agency for descriptive circular. '
will 'aternla.. alltlclea -
a destruction of personal integrity, used wllH bot water
firms or corporations, are i
.. aelai an aSjttoeptl and rj rfHii.AlllMal
pieces from the same cloth. They and another forceful thinker has de- A 'SURPRISE; INDEED. gyifyfy7"ftmTl *"tlle'5e't hon.ehood J >> .' "olinhlni: ....., 6-10-150.! paasi .Bookie* ,

are clearly within the meaning of clared hat/'credit rests on the gen-" Mrs. Knlcker: "Have you planned c aU-round )reel :p4lj; ;rvlQ aa'bOABT BORAX CW. IewTarw 1 1Froaa ,'
the text. No desire to give vent to eral social Virtue of truthfulness. *rL" ....
any surprise for your husband's btrth- ,use. Made of brass -
Is to the '
satisfaction of is Truthfulness necessary Mh ..
spite, no a grudge, "
of Guy'? jnearest and beautifully' nickeled.,. .Pe ecUy coo-, .
sufficient excuse for any man to endanger maintenance personal integrity. > Telegraphy to po lUoa> \,
the happiness of other men Integrity is utilty- with our best Mrs. Backer: 'Yel, cigar; he absolutely, safe:J' unexcelled in light giving _- :_-__ _ --. Writ 'er

b.': or the health of his own saul. The Ideals. To say It short-:personal In. :won't- expect any after the fus" he j an ornament to any room.' :Every lamp warranted.' Shorthand'
,. ThsSwittn.Bstlom,
.
.. juggleryof figures to prove balances tegrlty is the individual recognitionof made last ye'r.-llarper's! ..Bazar.8trnna your dealer's write to our nearest agency. '

.. trade' or profits, that never did or the necessity for personal unity- -- STANDARD OIL COMPANY CsStniilSckidil ',
Bookkeeping
Th'ema .
'is unity In personality-if you will.
will exist. wrong; and the men '; Inoorpomted) .
who do It know It be unmixed of Integrity is the man whose lyee 'T "
tq mind-and heart, and actions are at Made front weak and Inflamed ones by Le- alAiN LINK VTIRKS RUN l rllepphy,. ,
evil. TliatUUUU HUlJkUIJHU ........ .
one.' *Hls conscience is the arbiter of onardl's Golden Eye Lotion;euros sore eyes .A1CRESCENTANTISEPTR'
The'number of
S palpable falsehood with without pain In one day. Absolutely! harm- .
his deeds. Disintegration comes
i that are told in the business 1"aa. tsootbiag.eoohnghealtngstun! ula'Ilug .
world is beyond 'compute. The de- the denial of the rights of conscience || It makes strung eyes. Uuaraiiteod4Or

.OO ears to excel leads maPY a man to be.. -that is to say, ot the voiceof money rnfaniled. l.rllll'll"ts nell It at 25 WINCHESTER ORBATK8T HEALgR.KNOWN!; TO BOIKNdk. <

come exceedingly careless In his reasonable truth. The disinte eta or forwarded prepaid on receipt of price Non l'oi8 Doua. Non IrriUtiog., Allays Inflammation\ and<< atop*
choice of words. The very advertise grated man1 Is a man without Integ- by e. B. Leonard A-Co., Tampa!, Fla. pun from. ,_11M."A strong as carbolic said and as barmlass as '
meats of our day are self-confessed rity whose life Is a Jumble at the sweet, milk. Cure* burns instantly; cores old and cbrotiia'' .or..
jest-xrr whose conscience and deeds and inflammation from any easeo en man or beaut. *<
falsehoods. No' one believes them telling euros ores
half the time for experience has when at their worst are disreputable Jennie: "That story'they're l ..fowla-wurfes cholera lOre bead and\ roup. gatialaettoa pallid .
and a discredit to self and society.Be bout Kitty isn't worth repeating.*! I cua-rantead. ""' r.P0.Saa .
I i .
proven grain of the salt.need Palming to take off them something with a true to self! Be ygurself! Minnie: "It's young yet. Give It I i by.nti.Gar n..ra .,(..bjr-CRKMCBNT CRKMIQAtV COM Ft.gewlW ....... '-

"jutt as good" which really isn't; tain your persona'LJntegrity. Maln-j lim.e."-.Winning Post 1
telling adulterated food stuffs under unified soul growing !n the t

the guise of pure supplies; unload- of Christ.the Spirit into the stature of The .Ala ka Packers Associationgive I Ii r

ing on the public veneers of-alt sorts ,
as solid material throughout; the Thus only can personal truthfulness the heartiest support to the Pure"

publishing of symptoms that may be maintained and social creditbe Food Laws'and guarantee their'products .

exist at Intervals in the physical con- assured- support. The best Indi- to meet all, the-. equlrements.. CHI1UL, TONIC '
is
vidual is the one whose Integrity
dition of the and
as certain'
unmistakable any man signs of the speedy destruction unquestioned. The only sound gov- NOT A WORDY ROLE: 1, Cures Chills llk.*ta esialNl* *rf IM al.nsant 45 irMrat 4kp IMMS. kadMalarl ltreu

of our bodies by Incurable ernmental and political system Is "I, see that a Harvard 'professor 'Is j +k NIN. hlh t. Nak. N/N.n.nl.rn .
that which is rested upon that social ,1. ewns4es .seer F..d es. Dat .Adi.f l
,
disease; these and a hundred more U work on a play called 'When I rOM
untruths be charged' against the credit which has its roots in personal. I Fevers, so ;
may (V'ords Fall. 1HllafITEAiCO.Ued7AM.soh.iltekT
unity with the truth of God. a I SOe a.d SI AII : : '
liar. The great American sin of falsification "I'll bot the star part isn't playeday .
by exaggeration and over- -
statement Is too rife In our land. Moral Inability. a woman. -Cleveland Plaln, Dealj ,
I ct'c.:;;; '
It bodes no good for respect for truth What is the meaning of "dead In j I +. 1 Boon for HouMwIves.If SL4 t.

and It can and doea do harm. trespasses and sinsWe must take WHAT T IS THE: ANSWER T the Builders' Exhibition!: at Olym- ,Atlas.Crank
In our social, or should I say society great care In our use of the illustration pia bad possessed no other point'of
life we find'the seeds of false of death in connection with Bins! Conductor-"Madam, why.dldn.t CARTRIDGES special appeal to the housewife the : s ,

hood' also, The desire' to seem to be Physical death, of course includes .jou wait until the cal;, stopped before exhibits of window framed and sashes ,
mor.A..1han are makes many of absolute insensibility or else! there getting affT"Passenger"Slr. LARGI1TOCK'LOMBARDhll84rJ
Riflc and Pistols 'WOuld ,alone have sufficed to make
1 us resort to means' that; are, at bot- 'would be nothing to which the evan why didn't you; For it worth her while to go there and radii ui Rtiltf. Malts nt Sips!", stony
tom false. Simulation of position, could appeal and no consciousness car' "
gelist stop the before 1 got off' -Cleveland o. of ,AUGUSTA OAj
Winchester make study them. There were several typesof
-
wealth' character or wisdom that Is of responsibility. What It does Leader.

not ours, is precarious business. mean Is moral inability. Man Is star ..J__ ___.__ cartridges in all calibers revolving sash window- -frames

Sooner or later the lie will down us gone from 'Original righteousness 08, BUT rKHFKCTI/V WELL. from .33 to .50 are accu-- easily manipulated enabling the paneto

and the truth will find us' out. Before that he Is absolutely unable by his rate, sure fire and relia.ble.lnfortyyearaofg1n- be swung !inward or outward for Light SAW uM LS a

we expect we may be caught. own unaided effort without divinegrace'to The Happy Experrnce of a New Castle cleaning purposes liut It was the foldIng .
Who of us does not pretend to friendships come back: to God. Thus .
which never did or will exist he sinner so far as ability is concerned ,- !**., "'orn n. 1 1 making we have learned casement which appealed to the LATH AND"SHINGLE' MACHINES
common sense of one as being .1 i'
every ,
Those little social catch words that not merely an awakenIng about
needs things, ammunition
Mrs. John Mansell .014 So. Jefferson many
the ideal In window fittings. SUPFUCS.tBTCAM. : AND 1
but but the bestowal thing SAW AND
slip so -glibly from our tongues from slumber, that
I- St.. .New' Castle, Pa., says: "For: no one l ndon TVlbune. GASOLINE{ ENGI NitS. -.
that have no heart behind them had of new life.
Just asr well be left out of our vocab- Keep in 'view this distinction between years I was running could learn in,any other Try LOMBARD, AUg ?**t, ,
t
ularies. The desire to say something moral insensibility and. moral a / down pith way. When you buy NO FREE3 WILL ABOUT IT.. '. I'

that we do not feel in order not to inability. and apply the, term "dead kidney trnable Winchester make of Hicks: "I thought you ald he was "i

hurt nakes many of us liars. It is n'trespasses and sins" to the latter. without knowing cartridges you get the a Free-will Baptls" A WHITE
not necessary to perjure oneself to -Rev. W. II. O. Thomas In London what It was; and
benefit ofthisexperienceWINONISTEC Wicks: "Ix>r4, no! He'a. married
.
escape embarrassing predicament Christian. u finally got so bad I ...... TAB
Somerville Journal.
Tire sure way Is to be silent. If you was given'up. The HKPKATINCI ARMS Co.. ,.
can't speak the truth say nothing Wondrous Love:
urinary passages MEW HAVIN, OONM.: Watch BUGGY
the
the of for. transparencies of
or better turn point co vena- old woman /.,
A repulsive-looking
tion. Don't' be affected for affectation unbelief had were-palnful. some- Argo Red Salmon in'your grocer's
of
aftor..a life ,
Is a sham and anyway the cultivation been who became the subject times scanty'''and again very profuse. window. t4 Y -
of self IB best. converted My limbs, feet and ankles bloated \. ,
her
of
hands
of persecution at the ORDERING} IN BOSTON. f.
Of all the- mean 'and despicable dreadfully and sometimes whole TM f. Gen wkTb."sow.
my Ambition
godless neighbors. In every waylyey would like for Is the tack on the chair
"WliBit supper
things In this world the lie- that Is sought anger or otherwise dia-. body. My heart palpitated and I had you that keeps mortals front sitting downto
Miss
born of malignant motives is the turtt the spirit of patlencejind.loving- smothering spells. A week's treat BackbayT" .sue".Lars reefn..e.h
'worst The He, like the opportunitythat kindness that now- possessed her. ment with Doan's Kidney Pills helped "Raallyi. I hardly know.." rest too'often.. aL'. .... .,. 4
is passed never can be called havifcg "Can't'you think of something =: : .. h
Finally an old persecutor mo and a few boxes cured'me. At CS HICKS'CAPUDINE' tA'IT.AlRA
back. Spawn of an evil mind, it goes will do." BQGQT cA.'
exhausted, all her resources in the attempt and well." "Oh. anything nitrogenous !
I strong ,
on a way of sin. Before Its scorchIng venomously exclaimed, "I atu -Washington Herald.PROBABLY. AtLotM Da'' .
breath good reputations die, and Sold b::nil dcr.lers. 60 cents a box. .. .
hint you're the ugliest old woman wNCDIATat.r CVRCS, .
In Its wake sorrow., trouble and distrust that I ever saw" To which the old Foster-MllyurP. Co. Buffalo N. Y<,. SO.Wleg : :HEADACHES .
are sure to lurk. Of all the woman, her face beaming with a *:"Ilardup is 'trying to :wln '' t \, ,

mean things In' this world the lie* Ight.that made her beautiful, replied It is a mighty 'poor brand of, happiness Mlss.Ootfox 'o'l.. he, is"worth.v ema.d,-. COLAS. with If JThompsun'sEycWatcr i gAtZW

Is' 'the most contemptible. 111 tears "Wasn't1 It, wonderful that Jt'a' -man" cannot 'itakvesomeor 'Wage1-"J guess"you> mean for1 all s>i.TO n ISOVKSTiW ,"Tl., ...- ..... .

mind Here is as slow In other: to "percev cases the the popular>truth 1Ie woman could like have me?"loved'an'? ,a aWhere ugly old!, ;h .9.lJ'Yu] ftg' : ...\u- _J,,ehe's woolly"? :Philadelphia Jle
behind a sentence., Men are not '

quick to carry principles to conclusions Soul Refreshes Itself.
the
nearly barf so extensive as logic '
wilt demand. /The" point-blank fat -, .Thei-e is a power in the peace;God \,
hood >?with Intent; to ruin reputationor Iveth, of which7 the ,me.. who'areushing

to bubiter up anolhel"' Ue is usu> along the broad and dusty' i1iiti ,

.ally what we'think of,first- Most otus Ighwa/.can form no conceptions The, ;

are fairly quick to see' and .togo meadows on whlch.4.he soul refreshes1 '
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thus tar.' But Is.t18? lie from the Itself .are ever,green. Thflwall.; - - ; ''it

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f .'j DESClnPTIONO foANDS, S- Tp Range A. .....'t
i \\.0'. Inflate to real estate market. No OWNER : I

) sales but prices at regular steam engine 'Unkn.'. .. .. . . .... V.IIA..ha. of ,.. lot 2..._ wbt2ens 1] LI .ORS j jILL
i rates. We firmly beiievs that t...... IrII''east_. boundnrv Iii.ofMeel
j rteiglAera at WhiU i eve 11.43 ..... a 8.j'A! ch.n14.18she. .
the time i I. not far distant "when the . . . . . . ... . . . 1 2IIa 2JIe 81M
I I whistle grow the locomotive and the Mra Jane Dav6a. a.r4 of ne.-(. . . .. . . .. 14 26e 2IIa 40 I 69U.
_ j.Reported Weekly by O. I. Ci. JTh rumble of car wheels will be heard in U. St Bright s 4 of .&'i. ... . . .'" 16 26a ---t.' ,,40 1118
.1. . . . . .. .
: OIL 10
if John MoGllv.r. .. . ne" of IIwll of _". : 26a 2IIa I 13VDknown.
: I our midst, the lack: of transportation . . n.14 or nw4. . . .. . .. .. . . 2fIailia' 40 1118 9
:, gt/k/k/Afkpliks/ tAtkfltkRtklMltktMlfM being the rimy. drawback. our present .J llilla. _" of n..". . . t . . . 8 2I\a\ 111. 40 1118 THE LEADING BRANDS OF

claimedto Our citizen are coo W'S Gray. :Eat. .wU of M4.! . . . .. . vs 1 w.. no: aslwbell
waroxoltementl
> Indian prosperity. F Snail . . ww4 of n.'... . . .. . . . . JIll 21".. 21. so 1 116UH
)fare been a (Treat aid to our Hap- .Tinoed that this addition to our present Reynolda. n.h .f.-\\ . . . .. . d. ..,.. . 8" 2IIa :no 40" 111 }; tilt brethren. Fear and religion are conditions will place us in a shape Oil North. . nei4of _\. ..... . .. . ... . ..f IIU W.... 21. 1116 *!
work salvation. OH North. . . . ... of."f.rta... 1110.\. . .. . .. . .. \'I. 1/16 :. 'WHISKIES
ynonymous. In order to properlY to out our own : -1.:; isu26s M ;
SJMUb.. . . .. aw>. D"II . ...Gw. . . 27. 1.11I\
appreciate the latter you must experIence John Drawdy has not yet returned ... . .. ..... . . . .. .. 21" 40 I 0 .I III
r tha former the flrat being the I bit letters recently received from that unkano n. . .. of eatt. :; . . . . . urns 21".. :n: 411 t :JIVnknown. .'
( . . . . . . . . . . ,. ,.
l full develop gentleman. to Indicate a ..com . . .. ewl4 of ne 116"2r :no 41. 1 811RJMille. 6
nedand'the I..t the appear . . n.1..f.wi. . .... . . .. . :11I 21.n.: 411 111II J j Jl
'r rl went; the opposed Seminole upriiloar I. placency of mind. which, speak well Unknown .Iii blk 2. Campbell City. axes iPtk. 1 !ilia 2IIa 1 1111Vnknown. .. 'Whiskies.
performed the'planting ceremony and for his csptora.Citlges . ey blk If. Campbell City: taxes luo.4 ... 1 :20. 2Ke 1 6K Case 1 Domestic Brandies.1 |
I. Arch wife and Mils 1 Unknown.. .'. blk 4 the balance. v.a,
Hrothe Guy attended to Unknown. . . 0'7 blk 41'. Campbell City. tax_1Wt5.8. . . 1 !ilia: '11... 1 till ,. PInt Plot QuarlEcho C.I2fornir: Whether this temporary: dlsarranirevment : accompanied by' Mrs. Julian Monts- Vnknown e'1I' hilt d I. l'.mphell City taxep 1,54.8. . I :.!fie 2IIa 1 11111. flprinRi Rye : : : . :40: TV(' N' MlLewlH' < ). '.. 1110 i y

"" of the mind will create a tuor- doca, are on a short visit to their Unknown .. . .. . . .14' blk'. Canlpboll I'lty. tax..III( .. 1 21.Unknown. : ... :25. 1 Oa. .1" ee Rye Kye., .., ... . . .4(1 4(1 Tel Ti .1 M. 1 I AOWilaon Ml Maryland Peach :'j' % fl7 100 ',
. .. lot A hilt 10. 1110o'.3i. t 26a Maryland.pplo .:'M IM 100''
lase. > 2IIe 345Unknown.
'The an..OOIl Clly. ai'
who will ,, daughters at Narcooasee. post
ouRh-going Christian, one J. W. Harper, Mnurbn. .AO 711 t WJan.
... . lot A blk llCampheiLCitytaxs 100'\-6. t u. 2Ke' tt 'III Nortb CarollTia reach .. .2: > Ml 1 oo I''
order of the olllce hut kept them closely con lined E. Pe. 'perBourbon..341. : fllo Ift: > .
abide 'onliO
faithfully by Hie W A Thomas aft lot :toNa_. . . . 211 2IIa 81. .. 11 ? .' mllna AI.\.lo' :'Jfi AO Zoo'Jcraer
y' church discipline and deny himself for for over a year and theyare now determined Unknown lot 6 blk Jj; H.-. 101' 1 solace Haltmore! Rye . ..40* 7* t "I Apple Jack .:\t'i ,63 '1. k
. . . 0 I ............ . Hunter Baltimore Kye . I MOld
lot blk" N. to
v the Rake of a neighbor U a question to enjoy tbe outings '''they Unknown. frentioa Kyo . . . 40 7& I Ml
. K. .
f the future m.ul/ decide. The wisdom have mi t.ed. during that period. unknown Unknown. lot 1 JM blk Itenden Nanalw Perk oe .. . .. . . t 'L'a' 81. rue 71 8 Feathers Rye. .. . . . 9 oil( Imported Wines in Case |

of ancient soloos declared "Nemo re- ' Jane and Grumblers' Alley Unknown 10t 1434 Hondon Parkk tax 1\1.\ ( .:. 3 25e 81. 11 Clcrmoot Rye ..J.. . . ....1'.0 II on $2 (Ml v
Is Jot II hlk I 11. .. Ch....'. Halt llntllled especially Tort .:V |per. bottle 1'00'f
fruit turpisgiinua :butwhether are about deserted. There an Unknown !! tunnl/mode (III .
reLLe .
Blifrry : . . .
.u :
Unknown lot v ink 11, Kunn)''''....... tax a.**> . . . '\ for uediolnal .. .. l eo ,
t this Ul apply to repentance abundance work in and about our J I K Swart Iota' II and IS blk :!a. Kunnymrde. . .. . 'ro;1 nee .. . . . . .40 T.\'l AO' UurR"ud' .. . .. .' 200
h nut within uiy province to deter- city that would give temporary labor .r r E!: Swart' ,Iota. X, ft, 7, 43. I..and 11 blk 'fl, Kunnymedo.' 1 28! W..odfo" County Rye .g.'i ii>'> I 2.IUoker's k'"hi"':: '\" ...' .. :: ':. I Ml: ,
I I i 1 to more employes. that our local f"I'ceIi" Unknown lottphlkh!( Kunnymnde <;, : ." 111I XXXX Kye . . 1 :'litKdicemnnt IMl C4
mine.Our Unknown . 1..1201 hilt W, Hunnymo-ln taa'1.14tM1; . . .. ;.. diE (urecn Wrap.oerWhlakevl CJ. -.llll fane .. .. -. .., 75, i 00 loCI 1
Democratic.. roo8t r t.lcoell not boost of. ; J Swarti . . lot IH blk 11I. Kunnymede. .- . ',',. rill ). .. . . .2., m I 1011 t
J let>rQ to be at all 8iu! ,tic came near being a failure butweUplOna .uhn VVfnlmarcohn lent blk4.\ Runnymede. .,' . CnK-adeTruu, Wblakey) 40 t Ml .'h..IIlI..1I.It
very YOGI" \ ..
Se51' '_
;outlook: Some of hiii progeny: are If Ims.sos WlodmaroJnknnwn . lot l.lk4.S. Runnymado. . . .*;*. .* .';1 .. f If f..;.1'. ....-. MIm Golden, Heal . . .. ..:-lit rill II14/ ou 4 UA,
J ur.t arriving at un-airo-wliIch/ he cull | | the are IJIpMI'lltth. . . vr'' i lot o blk M, Kunnymadn .. .( ,*": n 1''.} '" ; " fill\ Old Joe. . . . .21)) nt(, I 1141KenainkyDew
1 the fit-aclierV. when "vrlftliuoneiian rank and lilo may a* well! be at Unknown .. . .. . o'glot3blk M, Itunnymedli . . <;.1"I(". { \ . . . M Ale Beer and Stout, per Dozen !
I lumin heluing| lilt cook If liothl /rptteroflers. It K: tihuployTnknown. Jot 3J block 711. Kunnymodo . . . . ... '. S' ." I > All Red Top . .: . MI .
'
> .' ) sought after b). .the reverendireniH O. I. C. ... lot I blk 74. Runnyrnvde . . .. '. ,,' .; '+. ..: . -All Mark Ktwera . .4(1 7.% Ml O..h.loAle. . erdoxeii. 2 An'trtllllllt'Kh'ft '
g and h <
will create additlonB I... '*" Wludmare / .. . lot 7 blk Wl, Runnymetla '. .. .:. ,\', : .\. .,' nuM Baltlrhoro Eye . ..t Mi t 011'' AnhaiiKor nil..'" Hlii" .Hliel ? j vlilch will the FnknownITnknown. .. 3 . lot X blk IM. Runnymnle . .. . '". f ." . 'Ml\ Old Cambridge . .411 7'I I AO AllllHIIKOr IKIBCll "'''.h'el.l'' I (Ji
1 '. ? the professluii bring Notice 'of Ganmlirticnt. f. lot 8 blk H KunnymiHlo. tax HHM\ .. . . " . All Hitrltan Nye . .40 7"> I flu\ I
lIt'Ck-"rlllJln.r I'I''I' I''H into VI.t'utt'I'i f .j *: Wiedmaro ? lot .i blk II"' Runnymodelot mina Uolilen Cream . . . .411 in lrat I
prominence F Wladmara I., htk: Hft.'Kunnvmnria . :: :: ., . Peal Jones . xa _ t.1 A R' P //'Mla1DA.! K Windiest lot \I bit 151.' Kunnymwi. ... .. foil . . . .411KcnKickv 76 I 1 '4
;
Tl-(iher Floyd, the eIICCebstp1'I'egf C"t..1'O.CK....!. *> Ii,,. Jt'.ri<-..'a CuritT. F Wiedma.. I..lla blk Ihi. Kunni medc. . . . . c"" ", .w nu Tavern . . . 4O '-.6 I fAI I Uoidpii Kur' KyeMouiiuiln . . purgation.. Ym-,' } II

r f I' . bot'n Jinorrhatit, came, t uw and wuconquered FHWT UIV51rT.i . I F" Wiodnwr lot 1 blk "7, Kunnymeilo . . . I , ' : .. w\ Brook Hill (Bottled ,in ttprliiK, Kye .. ... .k f.o j, 1
,' .. 1 i Hrnryi5aldhta.; i Unknown all blk l<1'1 KunnymOOo,1.: > .., ' .j' 1 411 bond'0) n. t 1 ell MoulI'alll PprlsB, ROr XX .. ::171\ 'J I
late \!Ionda'ei'enf ; ,
coming / . . ID1. , ,r;v.-I Ovrrhalt. loot Mouutalu I...,hlvlt.u XX' I Ia
IMilntlfT.I I Unknown. all t block \'. Kunnymedo '. . :1. rl.l.t .. 411 ( II. In bond) I rNI Ii 801) '
it last and returning! Tuesday morning" , v*. > Civil Artloll.,: UnknnVn . . all ,Mk 110. Kunnymndelotand . . ? "i', ; ,'J.I;\" ". ..j,,i ..;;0..1"1 4tf 'rll..IAbe\| :. .. .. . .tf r.. _. I J51 1 1f 1I0roo "'h..... 7 )'''''r 0'." .... .. fin .
,. hurriedly I irking in' 11I'\4.I\\'a,'___ IXJIK- I John U.... \ Unknown -" . I block '*. Kara add. Kiaaimmeeity . h, 'Id Crow . . . . 110 .I\.nl..kf.. PrIi....j; goer old ... IM\
i ufeiidant. < .. .. ,,,. 1 1WA7 White. oak Tennessee ..1.1"11 Cro" II Itg..w 4 oo
don T611'/l4.'and plRlitinsf Palmetto Avenue. ..
., .r.'. ( I 1'< John llntfe, degas,teat and\ all other. whom Unknown lot U block: in, KOHB.. .add... KhudmmIleg, WIdAkoy) . . . 4O IAl. Krlio tfirinn Hyelx'l . .. ... 4 AA J
.I Me at once determined that our K D Hwnra lot 4 block K. . bK Kentucky Pride . , .is [.0 I 101 >Hiiun (flub "1011 bill ....ml. 4 IM
I localII/ WII8 a fnvorablc business Io. j 'Ivinny 1 ('(JII<'..ru: Unknown. . loU and .'. block I 11. Roes add. KiaaimmeeCity Cn-ainuf KcalurkjrHolHCf .... .". 4 MA 1

i I cation and rented from Citi/.en\ Iiasvthg I i Von arc hurvby n..UfI..d that a writ ..r'M.r. . i 10 Malt Whisky in Glass-Case Goods.AinrrUaii IUIlliiu.ro IU yearx.lJ' .. .. W
storehouse" previously! used by ili e I itiKhniit" her bvvn l'nued in the ..10", '. i'Hime' ; Dann U.nUiw lot H I blk 14. ROM add. Klanimmve (City .I al Red Top Itye,14 )'e.r. Out Ii I 00 t,
; 1 Unknown 101:1! blk Kobin.on'i. add to Kluaimmee
1! hrotberfU'merchant tile piirpoMos'anil, /and tltHt >ntir prol4| crly In the IraudHof the At* City .. . .--t' 4 17 Malt . / by the Gallon.North
1t will immediately procure a stock ofgoocU. lautli C j I 25
I I vHriilHlifOil, : and Iliflt nines. ltaa twit ne nor rune w :II.) ft, I ill ft, Carolina White Corn I
you gallon
:Mr.VllHon gentleman appearLcfoic per :: 01)
a III -ft, n ,IW, CI. '.11Io lose bow lie eoI' lot I "stony Mountain White Corn .. .. 9
j + from SOUl: < urollna, IH in charge.( Knl'l Court on or l t'fnrp Flritl 4y of T.'. run w Itnft. n Jl lofle lt13ft..2111 ft .. 240\' Domestic and Imported Gin 'in )North:. trollna. Yellow Com :I 611 .
TVo store added to our "present nom-1 .1..1.1.! A. .IV TH17.) Judgment r.y .1-fHUlt nlll .h! JI . all except heir aw cyan block V. Itaaa addition .-- :> yt>arn old. .. .. ton
P rnterad' aualt.m' ,' 10( KiaHimnuw < ity run oouth.....- T Glass. Nooh'elollualtiikcabOnly. .
.. ;
bar will furninh our citizens with j you
a. I terly '., feet. eant I Lin feet north... feet.wmt f ..rll. 7 yuan old . .. .1 .. f
"' little better, chance, to invest their xurplus ,, l I."tc.l Mayji.\' A. l I'. I'niT A.eferl r.1\ Iloi.lh'n' OM) 1'1.1' ,, . 151. (IM., lltrvvirf . . . .. .. It 1\(1.1 I
y cafth than lierptofotti. IIICX1III..I.IS.! .u. A K Doneuan ... all blk I OL Uam1' mid 'ti> KiMimmee' ''ity i .m llnotli'a )"U l.iti< . ,. 1 '41 n M
0 :
+ Anent, llnlntitr Unknown lotUShoKmaker'KiiulMliv blk III.. Raaa'aadd 1'lrmuuth :. .: 1 'e Prices
{ his .tluiuWe \
Mr. Henry Savage-and e Lowest
to KUKimmiv City: I I. IMMthnru llollatiil. Ian I (flu by the Gallon.

!! better half were. visitors" at \Vhitjtier L.A MINX.' 'lot Fl lynx add KliufimmfN City ::171 Hell OlnOiitllnflVtill :2 of, '
last rYitSuy: uiuitlmr cattle deal I. Juutie.nf| || | the 1',1'''' Fltrl iMHtrictrs'otice. Mr j.oj"i'x'. : 4 block V I. ltbe.ddto: .Ki.. . *" I MI I Ityo from'ornfroin" ... .. 2 ..o Up !
(lie; loCI
RlKlmmMCity rhooplmtf to ;.s I ,.4
I was the cause of said vlnit. j -----. '\' P Prcucolt . . ... ull blk oil''. item add to Kbwimivee. City 7 r. I III m Mobile Hack. j.. :n I I Its Gin! Intuit 1 00 tau
I II The moving of cattle la till in pro-1' I' ( Italle. Stone lot 4.Ik/ ''. S K K K C: &!< I ( And all other I.l.nor| 'In proportion
(mesa teat-coir a day passing" without' Unknown beg .nr> jIt./ :\ M of n oar lot V*blk IS S F 1VIlfo'1 8..bled.m I
; the usual nhtp-cracking' being heard I To( M bout It May Oincrra., K it ('o sutver. run. nv -i :ti.fi! ft. .H'Vft' 'hu."I'" t i Gins. Rums and Brandies the
by
Come limb
1 and the lowing: of many cattle in .the I NotlocU hereby. glttMi that on the I'.itlt' lay J J Met Hi:, ".1 log w.117 ft, a 47 del!ne s;.
'l'' different herds giving; the" aesueHUge! I! of AI"'I'II mi .li-rry M I'nttcr dud 1I.ar lot 4 blk I .44 K M R l'.. ..ury.. run Red I.ton Olu; :T. 511 1 ,. ,
'1 that. the past winter has not been as KLaluunre1WF'Inrl1u.. Tiniialj.. 1 Jerrv MTotter .1 a 47 doss.14'41. I ft. n I III;' d...... c' '*II ft. n 47 LJnd! ('rs hint'* Old Total. 1 17-
t w Ml ft I I.:, ilufr .'I. -'t Old< foin i ,
d'1" n w
!12
!
ditastroualo animal ilf. had wan Icnr. of lie In lit '. f.-vt f: .1":1.:\
UH man.v j age :: uclgli I LlnkiKn' lid J" lloiwHfi add to KIIU<,mm..' Citv I1.! Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. i...1..111..111111.1 5
r Supposed. LelanuulneularofhairIuubhcasI, : miiHtuclioTlie .. Unknlmn . .1140f' w', lot -' hlin-k K. Mathew' add In l".1\0"'C N. K. Itlfut.77Paauld .1:I ea Tt

Our people have l been Hiveltvriiiff/: under Hyinatst.fi now, of the PLTKHIIHI property., Kiiuiiminee'UUnknown > 111:! Aa OuartM L.w roin-e-a' Meilfurd Iln11l, 7 year* old 140', .
t the effect of a 84 deRi-eo tlierinonitr I <>r:. Ter: galluu!: :: 76. a-* .Ddt v'' a
I Kio.lmmeu.City I ml l.lllKVllllam I IV. V \I V. :-1 ,lai Al'lole' Brandy |>rr nation :g An. 1.110 and 4.OB
,,'blcbperwl l tently. held thai ix>- arrri of tiirH.'iillnu) M G Waran" lots land/ 7 blk II Mabhetfi. uh-div. of Black and U hUe Hrotrh :I (MiHalK ralllurnlallraiiily. .II..u a.oo to OO.J |
sition during a part of each day A { I lnn<1_. nll.t( of n hick. have been. "..rked ant era'yoat MaL"add to KlHHimmee lily I _I'S..lplo : dud Ha.ir. 5'IIonVIIl'k a
I, Le..rnh . tog 'IS: ft n ofeee.waw' of....'. and rune l lr! i| :o>
late evening breeze coinmonlv modifies IH the pvrftotial |roierlv| awl laiidi .. Port and Sherry Wines
> yd.. w 711 ydK :X yd.. e 7" vdMuui I. .are I Ml by the
r, these condition,. and tbe delights ntxu there IH v.uly the Interehl of the said 1 A'n.. Squ..-... .w'1f' of nwl of nw'Mrn I': .s ;': !Ia 8145: : The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- *

I Y y 4 of our Florida climatic changes are Potter tn the firm of Carroll aid potter. He Ola I rammer li.ta I I.nd 9 bin 19 host iiwimmae III! Gallon

1 fully aopreclated. ulna oeuolono.43.11orangegreylu: lii, vtui tainable. 'allionda: ': :; \fort I.oltla 'i oh
'. The C. 1 L. BANDY ( per .II..n. .1.6. 2.00
general rule sod
riglil.AKaiimt .
t crops, aa / appear Wilkes County., St'. T.: 'xi' I Ill ('allfnrnla 450
in fine condition. The bud worm MM, estate there ii an Indebtedness I Old Ha...",, ". N. C. 2* All I Its. imported Port Sherri. W 1...per.. gallon' 1.I(1tt\ ( and 2.\0'\

> 4 1* proving more'or 1 less troublesome, //.t. uw'rallhou..ud dollarft. No' lawful lit'ln Tax Collector of Osceola County. Catawba Maple Corn Valley ... . .:'l'2'\ .'vu*> I 1 011....1 Imported/ Port uur Ix.ullnf per naJlon.. .....' ..H.ftO oper and bottle 4 00 I

i4' I but nothing serious U anticipated.The known Iii the ,11"lulalrator.! ___ _. 'f L Elk Valu-r .2-: ., MI, I01 Imported Sherry, per K>llan.. 1.00, a.r.o and: 4,00Drders
.' dears in Hunters' Paradise' K. t,. I>. --- -- - ,
appear OCERSTREKT.Adrlniulrlnr : .= --- -- --- --- ----- -

to be somewhat timid of late and of the Kitate.ol Jerry )I.I'olt..r. Imported Cognac Brandy. ,
will not be tilled
our hunters beings' rather Month net. .ed., without
' game em :J8.1t JSrOTIOEL DuponflffW .. .. ., 011. I cash poetoHlce\. ol'uer. express "'
+ t game-tak-iner la not very numer --- ,- -- -- ---- ".lIn_., XXXX . order or oertllled money .
ous. The!' l belle'of Whittier in slill.ranffinff .-- MlrIOIxXXX: . . . Sao with order. check. Head money;!
: T
t' at large apparently 'enjoy- I Notice. !.
I Notice .b hereby given that the fi.llowintr described l lands will he auld. at public auction on the

II .; .Imr stogie Johnson bleavedneaa.ton talking aHt I Notice ,In hereby given to ill erMiui 'holding thereof art day a of* will July.be Earl mweaaary( at the to City pay Hall the amount at. Kiimiminee due for tax City.* Florida.herein act County opposite of to Oaceolm.the aame or ao together much H W : METCALF

1)) Ooae until we began to believe'that claim Potter.*or deiuindi agalnat the E.iale Jerry with ooat of curb sale and advertising .. CoIr i

M. dvreaaert to the dul.1
,' his preient aame .
story was a mere myth without -

I foundation. or cornerstone, but Monday aiithentlcatvd.. to the nnd rilgped. within two NAME. r) Taxes ORANGE! AVE. FLAW '<,
=
he proved his words by his works s..... M prescribed byl /.w.otherwise. the tame DESCIPTION OF PROPERTY. : and Coat ? ORLANDO: :

,
j and early i morn found him on the will bp barred : and all persons. Indebted to Mid .

w MJ road with all his foods, chattel and eitauare hereby required to nolle Immediate July Rtve.... .. .. . :. . N !"of Lot 4 Block JU hoemaker'a. Sub WT 0(

effects, bound for a location. In the setUemeniM; .Ith.tbe iinderalgned.K. ' Block QL of Robert Ban Addition . .. . . f t .46 JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY

V y': neighborhood of White. JMh.ltg7. Mamie Whitfleld.,., .z ,' Lot la \II.! n. 22 A. E. Droua-hf Sub Diviaion of l
City.J .
'" .. i' Block SL of ,
1 Robert
Baa Addition ,
!;J' ';* O. I. C. received a letter from the .J'y +>. R. L'vEIts1.ItEKTj ri1\:i \,,; $ w "' ay. p r 1.'i t! ZA .

'f P S4r4\ ''old wet. /' W. W. Wheeler last week Adroltilntrator I vt jKalale.4 01 Jerf M. Pottora' 'I( Robert. Ban Addition i pt
Unknown"W. -
Alt of Rick. ; ; CL i
),' ' deco.tHJd i.:, I l r.'q.
t.; .. his is similar .
experience to that o. Driinm Eat All of Block M 'Rlk
I 1 f fA; .,s: .j of other citizens who have left Osce-i 1 ,N'ql eaan.Atl1 torAdminidstdrP'A. Mr*..U J. OodboUJ.J. All of Block ZL S 78 xgr,71'r3vs .Yr 9i.- t3sst_ '>> r' ;>> I
< 2& I > Padgett South 2St ft of Block F6 ,. .
"' ola to seek homes elsewhere-wl.hes' 640
'l .. Frank Caws "
: Lot 4 Block 4 .i.r" 7 4'. be was back in the ofd Ktand. A. J. J. . -I' . 2 16
G. PadvettR. LotslandtBlack6. ,,:, ?:.:--i-' . .. ., 916

,} "'(?I''- 'Ueoton wise) favored', ex-aTOvernor! your correspondent of Peghornltke.: 'in VANS AGNEW; LJmaa. Savage Robinson .. :....I...,. :... . ... All Lot of 6 Block Block B IS. . -. .. . .. ...,. .. '" 'TO F T M i THE INN !


'r.' the same mannerfrom Mulberry. He Jim Smith . . o.t 4. Robert Baa 2nd Addition . 62

t ,, reports" that 435,000 per week Is paid I ATTORNEy' AT LAW.. .. .. . Rl>binlIOn'. Addition,

f, .out for labor in that locality. This' .- I AND NOTARY PUBLIcOKISS1MMEE I-. John Malorv . . . Lot 4 Block t . 118 .
story has a light tincture of fish, but J. L. Deemn . Lot 1 Block 113

7 may be reltible.I Unknown All NE of R. R. in Block D. N. r*. Dews Addition 216 K

} ,There. Js just enough. \ railroad talk ,I FLA O. C. McLean. . . .. .., .' Lot 8. 9 and 10 Block B. O'Neal. Oatorne Addition a tt i I]

H. A. Mathews Addlt...... V

8. M. Witchard .. . .. ... . Lot Block q . . : . . 1 90 !? Now Open for the Reception of Guests .'
.. . ... .. 'y
Unknown
Lot t Block U . . MMabbetrAdditip. i 4'
:NOTICE: \
.
Unknown . . . . . . Lot t Block B i in the Beautiful
Unknown . .. . . . Lot 7 Block li a 7" i i City ofI t V

Notice' U hereby Ivan' that the following described land will be sold at public auction on tbe W. A. Patrick'. Addition."
,lat day of July. A. D. 1907. in front of the Court hence do..T at Kiaaimmea City in the !County J. W. .SImn . .. . Lot 1 Block F -
< efo.-.ta..dStat.eof Florida or *o much thereof aa may be neceaaary to pay tbe amount du for J. W. Strnpaon . . . . Lot Block F 14 OS
,tax** herein.et" opposite to the ......., together with coat of such aale and advertblna: R. B. 8a..ae .. . .. Lot t Block P . . ... . 2 Kga as KISSIMMEE. FLA. i i
R.B.8avan .' j. . . .. Lot 8 Block P 42 I
- - -- . .
4 1 ; R. B. Sa-. Lot 4 Block' P ,
a e : 0 dal o A. Waldron . .. .. .. .. . Lot t Block XIV'' .. H8f
T .d A. H. Spier . ..... . . 8 Ji; of Lot I and .U ot Lot u '
4 Block "
( 1-:9 U Unknown .. . .. . . . XX 8 OS
F ..OWNER. DF.8CRII'TION.O'" LAND. I .:3 1. 5 g Lot a Rock XX t
1 30
nknownteaasoaver. .. . . . .: . Lot a Block XX __ ..
/ P! < 1 .. J 1 . .. . . .. . 8 .ofLotaBloek"E.BW."additlon. . . 130 h
_. .. 130 ,
.. -----'- Ceo H. hey list . : S 5-*of Lot """. Florida Land and Inprort Co.'. M

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