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 21, 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: VID00286
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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. SPECIAL MEETING;' by. We'are very much disappointed COLLEGE hour 'In' the day when there 1* not "a I : >

and pained that our Sunday School BAPTIST' delightful breeze stirring and that 1*
Superintendent and his moat "estimable why we live her In summer and enjoy :
OF TOWN COUNCIL wife Mr, and MM.. Cole, could fOR LAKE CITY.'reposition : he Ideal climate that nature la Its + Aid See,:
not be with us but they'sald "go and wisdom has created for lis.Taexlay .

I, may God be with you and 'also our -. -- .... U coming, and It L net far 'AH '
, thought will be with you throughoutthe distant, either, when the people of the F :Sorts .
Resolution Passed Offering Uu of entire day." and I believe they Unanimously, AcceptedBy : United. States. are I"Olntr.t.I awake to f :e:; e i
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were for everybody was' so happy COun l. a realization of the fact that all the Of ,
'. 'Streets .for 'Sidetrack. that they made everybody else happy City' year around Florida has the Ideal ,

\ whether. they felt inclined be. otherwise Lake City,. June' 13-r-The Florida climate of the whole United States '
f At a special meeting of the Town or not.As .' Baptist convention i I. to establish a They are. going to seek and find here NEW THINGS -
ounoll:: called by Mayor T. M. Mur our spread was" laid we learned Southern Baptist ,college here the found .. in summer as: they have .N
\ pb)' Saturday night, the following French'. fish camp was locat/edi a proposition having been unanimously it here in winter. and out-State. CaI'udpltLe

i -resolution was ';unanimously passed: few hundred ,al'da.0. the west of us accepted bf the city council at 6:30 will be a* much of a summer resort. at For
'. Whereas The division superintendent and that his dinner would consist of o'clock this afternoon.. is now a winter resort.. ,

f of the Atlantic Coast Line Hall. chicken plllau; the ladles filled a Presbyterian" and .But this t* not all. Settlers, learning .
Prominent Bap-
.road Company. in the laft communi- plate to the running over' with the list wel'tllnll.ed. hereto make of the possibilities, here, are go.leg New' Standard --
! actions to the Council said commu goodie of our table saying, that our propositions to come In drove, bringing into i
but the Presbyterians
eicationahaving been received since neighbor must be made. happy as today cultivation 'lands now going to waste, .
rest announced thaithey were noL'l't'.d.Y and that should be under cultivation.' ,
the regular meeting of the Council well as the of us.
.June, has stated that he felt tatllled Our party consisted of the following at thin. time. They... going learn that our- Incomparable -, .
a that Lhe said.railroad company would people: Mrs 11. W. Fender and Among the Baptists here were Dr. climate makes It possible FashionSheet. ]
tike. lights, and also tbat the matter. daughter. Ml1II1\IaePender. Mr. A. G. W. A. Hobson chairman of the to till the soil, all the year around Men'sWomen's1

of placing' Kisslmmee ,on the timecards Zipper Mr. and .M.... D. ,J. Wood education committee of the Florida and take. from One plot of ground two '

: was being .handled as rapidlyas Mr and Mrs. ,W. C.; Zipper.. Mrsu i Liaptlst convention' ; Hon. C.4Car.: or three crops in a single\ year ,, j, +
possible but that ,each of said J K. I). Fuel and lion; Mauler. George, son, OQTJennings' Rev. L. D. Florida needs more settler, and If ITS A BEAUTY sIt
Gelger. Dr. B, F. ,Camp and Rev. he State werebetter I s -
, proposition bad to go before" d literent Mrs. II, O'Neal and ,family, Miss understood It
department. and would therefor I Lula Garret Mis Pavne our !schoolteacher C.'A. Bldley. would have them but people from *<
, take some time; therefore be It,, | Mis* Almlra Cole. Miss Addresses were ,made by 'Meeera.Hobson : other states. are learningthis now .
I That the paid railroad Corrie Cole, Mis Cecil Cole, Miss Itldley, Carson and Jennings. I and not many year will hurray by illustrates the most .
, Resolved
Huth Cole Miss Ola O'Neal,: Miss The following( formal propositionwas before thousands will come to enjoy
'1 company bo given permission' Broadway to place Klsie O'Neal Miss GramaVoo sidetrack
an extra across May Wood Miss Leola Wood. Mr. Lake City;FJa" June 18, lOOT such lavish quantities here, but what ..
j' Street and of on assisting Drury Avenue the changingof for thepurpose W. C.: Mobley. Mr. F. 'M. Mobley, To the Honorable MaJ'orOnd City bags and bags of gold ,cannot buy ,, a way that 'welldelight ., ,
Council, Lake City Fla.-Gentlemen: el".wbere-perfect.climatic conditions. '.
Mr. L.*l':. Minx of Kisslmmee,. Mr. -
of the M Idla.nd'Uallroadj '
the .
) (gauge L. A. Maulsby, Mr. W. C. I3uxtou, Complying with your 'request for Mark our prediction! Within the you
standard '
to
j from narrow gauge; provided looking to the establishment 4STANDARD
Mr A. V. harry A. proposition next ten or fifteen 'years Florida'
and'tt is understood
eipressly; Kissimmee and maintaining of 'a de-
Mr. present population multiplied
be removed Vail Vleck of Cantle
I said sidetrack to and
that
the Of the work of Cole... Me. Eddie Wood, Mr. Leo Donlln.Uunallichool in your city Lobe ,will hardly cover Its j. >pula\.lont t
j upon completion Simons Mr. Jim Bronson Masters submitted to your,honorable body our State-nhe. best land fairest of all.
Changing said road as above and thecom'eanvv Benny Garret, Warren Cole Julian
. after ,removing said, sidetrack Johnston Klsvlmmee, George "Fuel We will recommend to the Baptist busy industry I .
and leav it I .
o to repair the street Dexter O'Neal, Julian "O'Neal and : convention In extra session to be All that is necessary is to make the '
i in as gout condition as it. now. U. Will O'Neal. called at an early date. as Is practicable people' understand what we have ly.: ATKATE'S

Second. In regard tp lights, the The delight our trip will be remembered ?to found'and maintain convention 'otter and they; will come.-Clay, '
Town agrees to run the electric light by ono and all for a longtime school ,of college grade' or County Times.! PATTERNS "
plant until 12:46 a. m.Instead of luld- to come, hoping that another higher said school to occupy the -- ... .. .

t night as it is now run, provided the. year will IInd us all assembled at the property and buildings recently used, Death) of Walter Cosner. ( ;
None
i said railroad company will {take' not same place and when the foil Is but now abandoned by theUnlversftv That "death lovesa' mark"was &na15e Higher
lens than flfte+!u teen-candle powerlights called there will beno absentees from of Florida. With our constituency of shining ,
at either the flat rate or meter I our festive board. 11.\. V. V. thirtv-nve tbousand'Baptiats. I we feel abundantly Illustrated. In" this ',
t rate as they'mar desire. the company I II able to make a success of the school city last Friday night about Vo'clock..
Ile"I to pay for Installation of said lightsat } : -----"r provided, that we shall be left unhindered when: the soul of Waller II, Cosner

, name r.Le'.M is charged the cltl- LOUIS C. MASSEY SPECIAL COUNSEL by conditions {imposed 6n one ,of Kll lmmee'. most exemplary '. '

yen of the 'Town for same. class of the transfer the property to the young men took Ita everlasting IMN M1N1ti MNKN1tiNKKeG i f
flight. K/M4NNNti NNWK
work, board of trustees which our convon-
i In Charge of Railroad Commission Mr. Cosner had been confined to his
Third. The Cllv Clerk in requestedto : tionshall name.
forward these resolution to the We believe that honorable bed onl y' about a week with typhoid
to Litigation, your
l i City attorney with instruction to body should make the transfer of the ever, and his death wan a terrible. t.Is $ South Stables..f
e 15. The railroadcommission shock his and uny
j. forward same to the proper\ authorltle Tallahassee.-June entire property formerly owned by to aged parents many
... I has appointed Lout C. the state. of "Florida, and lately. oc- 'riend*.
The meeting was called for Nap purpose Massey of Orlando special counsel cupied by the university, together The deceased was born October
of dttering'the:' railroad 'company under the. recent act of the legeslatunproviding with the 115 000 in cash given to Lake L5th, 1876. and was therefore thirty INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors.

, the privilege of laying lw sidetrack ; for the employment ot: City by the \\e/rl'la..ure/ for educational years, seven months and nineteen 1
across Broadway and endingthe special counsel to have/entire chargeof purposes, In fee simple and let lays old. He was a member of- theBaptist r-NNNNNNNNNN\ NNMNNNNNNNNNNNeROADyfAT

. controversy which was mentioned all litigation for the,railroad commission this denomination work out the Church and wa also a prom '
Mr. Massey Is a man of great inent K of P.. being at the time, ot; p I ,
In these column last week. details, which at last must, govern i" 'LIVERY SALE and BOARDING : $'
{1 City Attorney P. A. Van Agnew, the highest professional standing and. the life and direct the policy of the his death Chancellor' Commander. ot .
finest character. and his appointment friendship Lodge No. 10. lie came
and at the time reflect '
armed with of the above resolutions school same
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satlsfac, Florida with his when !
here with to
went down to Tampa Mon III received great glory upon your city. parents '-.\ \..\...\.. ..\... .... .. .... n..f
General Ion. As to held in/trust by eight years of age and had lived in
day to confer with SupPrlntendent moneys DOW ;
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Riddle, of the Coast Line you, which you propose to. turn. over this vicinity ever.sinoe. well; equipped with. New Stoclaaad; Vehiclesi ; "'

whom Mr, Vans Agnew was informedwas the Candidates.The to us, we pledge that. this amount He was a most exemplary: young .
i Among 4'
prepared to meet all demands with i' atl8"
at that place in hi. private oar. halt never be usedexcept for permanent man; and in his death this town aDd ''orfec ,! ii

" He arrived, however. just_toq late. a* unlocked for happened las, endowment or permanent Improvements entire" community sustains 'a distinct faction.. '
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:? Mr. Ulddle had left for points up they week when Hon. R.. Hudson Burr the I and that the property 10... -
State. chairman of the railroad commission thus transferred with all permanent The funeral'services ware held .t
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On Wednesday night the city attorney announced for l"Oyerllor.Ve expected Improvements shall revert back to the family residence Friday. morningat '
! went up to Jacksonville to see some announcements, but non< your city, when ,we fail to'' mantaln 9 o'clock: and were 'conducted "by>> .. .HEAVY HAULING' A ,SPECIALTYy, .;
l t of the expected oame. They were' all Rev. M. A.' Cossaboora after. which
Mr. Riddle and will endeavor to have such a school Respectfully submitted .
y the work of cbangin the tfauge of the. here that week General Gllchr, MrJennings W. A..HOBSON.' the remains were taken, in charge by .. .....; , .
Browne and Mr. Friendship K. of P. large ..
Mr Lodge a
Midland begin at this end?a* was intended Chairman Education Committee, Florida -
before the unfortunate. sidetrack Beacham but it remained for, Mr. number of the membership having t -
Convention. s *
the sensation. of the Baptist turned out to their to
Burr respects
to spring pay
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controvery.... - -arose:,- - week. Of the number, General Gil* The city council then took the question their deceased ChtooellorCommander i::>>
consideration and afterdiscussion
under
For Florida's Orange Interests.To chrlst apd. Mr. Burr are avowed can. it unanimousvote. and conveyed to RosehlllJOemetery.. CITvBAKE9Y;
dldates.. Mr. Jennings 1* a candidate, . adopted' 1Citizens by a where they were Interred l ItA tH t : : .
dons admit It. Messrs. beaut.tlul.01emD ceremonial 1.t.ea ot ; :
the Orange Growers of Florida: also, but not and .
the and BeachAm have the matter here are jubilant, amass this order. , " ..( \ ,,
market la most.uc- Browne .
In order to 1'1 \ '
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4*.*ful manner possible, the next and under consideration. Senator Ad to meeting ratify the will action be held bf the Fridaynight city The aged parent have !the a a" '"t;, '" ',f' '" :" ., ,'" 1'Y.: ;" : '.' sb .... ';;"I1ri: .(" "f

future orange and grapefruit crops of ams' friends looked for his announcement council.Announcement. > thy of the entire community In hl ; ;. m "" .
the United. State. ,Senate, their hour of bereavement. '
Florida; to avert repetition of for the
will at be made .. ,
caused dishonest also withheld. ,Governor once .-.-.--- -. 'Fresh Bread
but
disasters heretofore by that was Cake and '
y unwise or improper manipulation reward's name has been repeatedly , .to and the within Baptist the ministers few of week Florida..11extra.lon Card of Thanks. ; .
next
Interestsof with the United State. 1 ,
; to protect the orange connected *
of the convention, will We wish to heartfelt
Florida against all foes and competitors Senate t recently but he has at presentno be called to meet at Lake CUT. thank the neighbor express our Y
: to and friends
v'It PlEve .
and of : candidateIn : :
ah intention ,, becoming a
to compel adequate : Day
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Is saH the school \\111', be, coeducational. who so kindly assisted. us in,, the Illness
efficient transportation service, and the. next campaign. There"", however I .
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,and death of dear "
our son. ,
f to accomplish many other thing"/ tor no telling. what he may do as ... ,4 ). I
Ma. AND MRS.,,M. COSNER' -
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the promotion and welfare of the he say he only run when he feels 7"! \ ji. ..."" .
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orange and grapefruit growths' of called to rUn. Senator Trammel Is A Happy Mother A Poverty Social -i. 1 . \ .. -
[Florida, meet at the Board of Trade believed be waiting to see what. will see that her baby Is properly : . -FfiME' LINE-I tr
'rooms in Tampa, at JO a. m. ThursdayJune I Mr. Sparkman Intend doing beforehe I cared for-to do this a good purgative Tb '.JDolor'League of the M. E. ,. ." 4
28th/ 1007.-W. S.. Knight Plant i decides whether or not be will' be in I is necessary. Many babies Buffer Church will hold a '"Poverty SocIal" . . ; \ :J
City Fla-r; Henry Tandy, Winter. the race for congress, and Ion Farris I from worms and their mother don'i at the parsonage this evening c to \ ;,

Haven Fla.i A, H. Wilson Mlaka, la I figuring on measuring strength: ,with I chow lt. if your baby I. 'fAVAitaft- Antdoesn't which the general uublio 1.cordl.lly'Inll.ed. -- Candy : 'Nuts Lunch
Fla.; C. P. Parrlsh Parr-Ian, B'la.; Frank Clark. There are ) ; alat"'; nights. It is troubles; . :The Idea will be to &''t.iiI I 'G'ood'JJ3tc: ..) ..
F. D. Walt Palmetto Fla.; F. C galore for railroad O.Ddld.I.e'1 I with worm White'. Cream Vermt i yourself as plainly as possible .
Armstrong Terra Ceia, Fla-; O. R. Worth Trammell Jule | fuge will clean out ,these. worm In a floe of five cents will be assessed I :* ,

Langford Bowling Green Fla.; John L. Neelil'Jackson C, Dunn',and mild, pleasant..way. Once. tried always against each superfluous article) of --
H. O. Nickerson, Florence Villa, Fla.; Senator are the entries used Give it a trial. Price 25 personal ado ment." .
Fla. Kirk- for. Of this number four ...... ,. w
T. A. Currle EagleLake ; so Cents BUDDED: TREES ;'
, huff & Crouter Bradentown Fla.; live in Tallahassee ':two have -served Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. There Are,Few e

J II Josiah Varn Bradentown, Fla.. a* secretary to the comm1nloD,' Mr. +' -- -_.. -- --- People who know bow to take care of .
.1 W. C. Hayman Gillette. Tla. Uuun the present secretary and Mr, Florida Misunderstood.No "be'ln8elves-tbe niaiorlty do not. The :

-- .- Neeley secretary, to the first com liver I Ja a most. Important organ in the 'Islesworth Nurseries. ,

Picnic: at Gardner. mission. So numerous are candidates State In the Union .1.1 so' thoroughly body Her bine will keep It in condi .

for railroad commissioners in misunderstood by those who Lion. V. C. S mpkl v, Alba, Texan: .. ,
school Tallahassee could not miss writes. ('i have used Herblnefor .>
A grand Sunday- exuumion .h.t."loU should be thoroughly familiar with 1 1\ : chill '
"..'. and picnic was given'by the, .Fort hitting one or two. if you shot Into any than Florida. and fever and find it the beat medicine CHASE'A! CO.:, pPOpaiETORS.J.W, HOARD,..AGENT,
Oardner Sunday School at John bunch of men you meet in Tallahas The northern people who swarm 'to I ever used. I would not be without

41 ston's Island Saturday, J une8tb which ,see.-Miss Jefferson Bell in Qcala Florida every winter. seem to know it. It Is as good for children a* it is We will have ready,for next Fall and Winter. planting general,

was participated in by forty of Its Banner. little or nothing about the State In a for grownup people and I recommendit. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees ot all leading; varieties -:
",II members-Mobley brothers furnlehloF -- - -- general way, They see but little of 1 it .It 1. One for lagrlppe pur t.ree..re budded on good healthy rough, Lemon and '

w ,. their handsome steamer "Juanita,1 Pathetic Story of a Young Man: at. a season when there 1* little opportunity Sold by Roberson's,>> Pharmacy. Sour Orange roots; guaranteed free from Insect pest of any kind. '.-, '

, ..y specially fitted up- for the benefit ol to form anything/ like a .true All budded from bearing tree to our'grove and therefore true tot' '
, his passengers Mr. L. K.!: Minx:, ol ..A few weeks: ago a young man estimate of it* possibilities. and advantage -- -.-cTrhur--- --,--'-- --- name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to1none ; _

Kisslmmee furnished the mVislo which, bought a'pair of sock containing a *., and our tree are as One a* money' and twenty )'ear'* exper.
: of his grapbopbone with upward ,note saving the writer 'was an em- They regard the State as a mosrdelightful q ience can produce .We are making a specialty this season of the 1 .
1t'l'Coullillt.ed* of a hundreds records. The ploye of the Kenosha (Wis.) 1 knitting resortln the winter,, a welcome I famous California V-ajencla Late'which I I. destined to become the

;r bright ando .. every bod r was works and wanted a good bus- escape from the :snow. and Joe f greatest money-maker la Fl( r1c1". ..- Our Valencia bud, come direct -'

Ir happy from the. hour of 8 o'clock when bands She gave her name, 'and : and bitter. biting wind of the north T for ration o. from the best bearing tree. in the district now, famous. for pro, CI
the whistle Bounded and the bant]., requested] the buyer If unmarried; era States,* but they,, know actually aq p duclng; the best Valencia In California, 'c

ra- struck up Hall Columbia until the return to write' ,with a view of matrimony, know nothing of the great. 'posslbilities '
'! at seven when Home'Sweet homer The young man who, found the not here. "''? Auto: Cars Line. Write for Prices to J/ W. HOARD;!' Goth, Fla., or call'and ..e'.our Nurseries

r, rendered by the band The entire considered the matter in all It* From the nearness of Florida to the :: atWa on :Florida Midland R. R. v
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company had but one regret, thai phases, and ,then decided to writeto equator, they conclude that In the Leave Kisslmmee 6:4 .
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h; thedaywaa not Jong enough!! andy the .girl.I He did. Awaitingwith summer it 1* a veritable bake-oven Arrive Orlando 18:30 .
had for the Bros he at last rewarded heated. to the red hot the a.m. -- ---
J only praise Mobley anxiety, was by p equatorial Arrive .
Sanford 9::>> -
and Mr. Minx their services in ;with 'statingthat aun, and that those who a. m. ; r
' ; ( 'for a curt letter, : stay in Leave Sanford 11:00a.m. 7 or .
.. .' furnishing the .lealDer and.the. music., the girl ,wa now the mother the'State. daring.the month of summer Arrive Orlando 12:30
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'i'4'' We left Fort ,Gardner at eight/ of two children and bad been married emerge from the \season toasted ,Leave ;Orlando 2:30 p. m. .. f fG.
I'sf.; o'clock a. |m., stopping a Candy four year*, and the letter had fried 'baked scorched and parched p. m.
, vllle for Mrs." Edd Fuel'' Master. been written ever so long .tio. Itwa In all the styes and way known to Arrive: Kiallmmee'4OO, p,. m.ConnectinewithSeaboard .tw CARsoi jOnsi s.. teen N.... c.i oN.

y George and Mr.' Leo Simms; our nextstop *! a- "sock-dolager," and the the culinary art.' ,That they. endure R,.B..at hesIA.a4 t I'y...."..... ..t. eaaate.'
was at Rosalie for Mrs O'Neal young man hunted for a solution. this agony and torture for no 'better Orlando and .Clydeiboat' at 'San.f \

and family ,and 'Mr. Cole' family Be found'It. The merchant 'of reason than that they cannot get. away; . State Bank' 'of '
; consisting of five. beautiful. daughter whom he .bought the 'socks doesn't during the summer month 9Farsame; t; ,' , KissittimeeKlssimmee ", :.
and two sons. _: advertize.: -: Fourth.Estate, A* a matter. of fact, thousand upon as'ratlroads.t \ P1ei.

? The water was so low that we were , thousand of our' people spend the ,BAJUr W.'T UalUNt :Presld ii... :, .. r '
obliged to back through the'river and I'' long summers here between the At L_ J 5PAiDVP
canal to Lake Hatchoeha wberdtme" Public Notice .,' lactic and Gulf, because they preferthe Capt O. E. Burns, Vice President. ; T. .
CAPITAL.v8TOCKBO.I: .._..... e'eooeoso: '
turned around and went to the Having racing' climate to the. sultry, heat of the Daily,.Sec'j. and,Treas. : td "e ;
Juf9h.aed'"the"ftn. : >RS ... .,,:. Ooo'eG' ?' '
'head of the lake to Johnston Island stallion Dr.Worth, from O. A. more northern State .. _. | LIABILITY-. So ;
W. had plenty of Ice cream and lemonade : Beach;J BOW offer his,setvfoe.'to, the It 1* a fact that the weather report - -- --- '. D.NSITO_' 811011a1TY' ......,... t-,"- ,.. 100 000. GO Ml

to keep u..oool aboard toe boat public., Terms'on aoplloatlon.WALTER ., will prove, that Florida is cooler In J JvI. WJL.USON; jS ;f A.;, '
but when we arrived at the. old campgrounds II I BASS, SB. summer than any other State In- the .".. P......,. a.4 ca.: ..,.. tt tlor pY.to its''' ...n.rti ia.' t
among ,the 'beautiful tree Union.' II Is true that the sun beam U: k.eges at all
&.t. rs1 1 Room palate atck.ap..t 4 ,
IJ 1rI'.. spread laid ; down who magnificent splendor', alike ,-S N0TAKYV.PUBI.IC.! ;...',: t =::., : : }

,I by the ladles ita would hars lmadea Vf or ,Sate..fts + .; on the just and unjust; ,It-give us no ( ,STATX ,AT-LAO.< J *""* ;:. '"v ToUR..BUSIitwSe. ;SO LJCITB.:%;; .,
king's. .mouth water The oration more gears!.than it;doss>the visitor '' '
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was delivered by.Mr. A. ,G.Zipper, V8*. 'i *** troai. '.'s1. who chance to be here ;during
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the benediction Mr.> L.' A. Mauls* t7500.aohr. , OJ M."W .uo., Ja,. 'seasonbut. Ist' KIS8IMMEE. -
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.. quest '
\ lot to tell you. Oh, how *.boll 1 e'er "NoiM" sold the captain. f'iJ

begin! First; :you shall have' n cup of "Captain MeLaueblin." toll mO"-lbe I
RINE
.
.. RJtQ" tea and i'o will nothing in the ,,'orldlike caught his b811.1-0l.t1! tell me once for '\

n cup of ten Koiuieily lu(1I1111 nil bow lie died." .... -. ... -....- ... -v -. '.r '. -r. -

drank small beer. Think of that! III "Not: now, not now. Ask me, If yo. Public, Building for Gainesville,
Paper'

: 4-t.. ........ ... ............ .1'2.. It meet (enough dear" Pha Oh stopped, Katie- like'Tld to-morrow.he 8111t'1'f' Was liP mimlere. ( X.For 8.St.alng'EJUlmlnatOf the colored \ i of At last there teems scale absolutt .'

WALTER Z3E3ANTr Kf am so happy) ; to-night. Jerr that the new goyentmetbuilding
5)? By certaInty
% ....... kiss her. "'fhl Is my rooIs while lie tiled\ to escape with you? was aricsted on a "
............. her talk to for Gainesville bj :
.. .z.S.: : It not petty room? And now I "He \rn*!' not murdered. but he ant- charge
P : Am. going to give It up to my sinter, because < ferpit-s-well- ho sllft'l'I'pllahollt nil munch : bearing before Judge IK A. Meglnjblc, act of congress \1 bo ready .ror'o
.. ., We bad bOIl time of it months or a year,.
. . -- -- to be marrlf'd-yo\l as I did. a the fallterm cupancy within nine
-- | I am going I' and bound over to appear at
== I MU \\"1II0llh b '. He helped tue to been
: Uave
II-- III know that don't you? M.v lover wlvo ) 1 of circuit court. Jerry II us the plans and duplicates "

III HIgageincnt dead has come back to IIfe.aJrIl1n.nnd boiir It. i. tbl ntukag J con': comple.ed; and the treasury depart .
with stealing a
will please him-the fool "Ask! him no more questions hear charged Knox Taylor su- ,
nothing
Jemu
to end. Tin said her cousin. "To-morrow ns man,. : June examination quetc. lucnt, through .
an the
had taming
como :
XIX.: IU : that 1 mutt huLl .
qjIAPTEIl::: ''Ilih! hl1llI1t! marry architect, Is advertising, for
boy was the most grieved-of the tbl'l'e, Oh, If your lover could conbnck ... ns you 1)11'1I'1' There Is another frlen Ions, 'which were j ient put May 2 2 ncrvlRlna )
at ouee. '
Continued. the disaster meant that who Muiiln to see, you" rcak-d bids, to be rll'eh'ed not ratej A
because to him too! And 1 mall never inure 111)11 bj? State Superintendent, Hollowuy,
"Harriet lias made' up n fine colli'(' he would now have to Hud a pliltwheie pietty, room Olio tula again I am sure. ,)'1meis tberp' appeared-noue other When arraigned he vnteied a Plea than July 19. of Ihe i>rtEcnt ,,'eari. ror-t..

lion 'of lie".".' salcL.Tem, \illh a wlicverlps be must work In earnest. Thc a Hut 1.1\1101l1Ia\'e him Instead.. He wall tliaii I IXtlmei' hock ,r' of'not guilty At.the> picllmlnary hear. the, construction, coniplel; <*, of this.

j of light "'hlklJ.lllllan! attf.'mpt two old men. who bud done theJr'.lIfl"IIwork < know like your boy-. At the Hl.;Jjt of Kntle lie burnt hitniifelsned' building, which will be a credit not
,
."Winlie's << n Infailed In Pftypt you ing Hon.r.. C. hodges apIIl'oredfor
". : &t.i light and chwry uiaiiner : also looked for other jiincs4 "Tom-poor Tom Addlsou.,( M.v Ito\ )' Meepinu and sobbing, anti Edn1ond.SOi to Gainesville, but the slate olFlotldd '
t In-II wnr: there's nowhere a flnftrlnxer (' to get an engagement t'llte\\'llerp. well. HP will fell I on bin kiieeuu'AeIi (the rosectnlon? Hon. J. A. only goverftinont.
olW'.be, glanced fur nnd Iproceeded knew Tom Addloonery pried. d (..nd4nt. The l leadlr and the United Stales ,
: of big One of them lind 811'tll nvouey, lilm If like" lllmnipl. hc "It wn for the
about you
i 11vcIy'at" his cousin., who xtoml III III- to buy blmoelf an nnuult;$. talk itopui-il,ill you hml kissed her again smith my fault I ought/ peter to hare left witness against him was Louisa' For. .

1atlu Ills linnd on the bag contnlnli and U mnoatieiipectablooldKeiitlemniwith .1, Slip nlu' tlietcnrx) came into her eY(>II. lou alone I "vns a' Dunlin Kopf. t the colored teacher, Mho testified that Several days ago wod1 receivedby '
the jewels.- "Now 1 asftura you I hino In politic The i,: In the fog And It was. the Hon. Frank Clark, congressman -
t n stroiiff opinion """ioll. It was all lit thp papers, and I lost niy WilY ube paid Jerry $15 for a net of the
I"" wore notion of what she was gQllIg' other, ,,'bo had saved none, went tubthe minCe saw It. There was 1111. Ilcllllht'h1'l1) / I got baik lo the Pink. I examination Jennie WIght: from the KfCond district, that all 1
make this time thnn >'ou jottrelf. Wot'kliome, niul U now any you quelton whef ?
10 up Marylebonc made, nn attack nnd the JUt jou were 101ll'-3"\I were gone. Wilson each contribute plans would shoitly l b o\ ready ,
xpetlltlou Lavlula
i Hall Ibeni off flno nnd fluenllilnt one of tliouc useful colletelnns wblearn ) J[vntcl\\en. can jou r I'g.'P( me? All 'and would 'be i :
lioy wit
anti 11
!t: II, ) ( she? In bolt nn hour's time tlbe l the rule l\v heart inul liittlH 1''llortpIIIIII"'dllg-J"I/nJtloIiR< / run' nwny.
will by crying, on my neck. Poor Ha upon their luring' /carried out to the In m"fOI'IIIII( ttut hey nip all ocr now that-" Postmaster
MMois
:: v net! It I*' her Jnilrmlty. Poor Ilarrle letter, nnd complain to the guardian lenr, weere when, lip Ktopp Hl amid choked.Slip \; 1.011sl Ford gave her eldene In aatl'ightforwardCdnhiCi'4Lfld become pompitted,
I ; know It-that tiny
.UtI1Iot
'
And RS for these lies, the lens we .
J <.!!;,. them the better. They're tooab. Tom met lila cousin" a few mouth, )'on fell fainting/ without Into\ my frleiulx arms, amitliout am \\111"11'.1.; am! got' tip) still, penitent, leered. the Information\ that her conscience lug him to advertise for bids.

t ,.! ..lIrlt to be lulftchlevoitB." looked lenn, like a sorl told me jou Mere Do not 1
: afteiward. He ielatleK I nnd I was jotlotiHln "You did jour best IXttmer hud hurl her for yielding to -
t, '., 1\:\ ""How came the Jewel in the bajrl"She oils solicitor tlinu e>'er. Tom bore UO \ 1'1'l1'00c:1IIJ'"plr.. Can I ever forget the question Mayor Unbcock nnnounced In openmC'llng
I f'' all the time. ., the eniptatlcn of 1 i
) I know 8PII.1
rself.
,, : A ;\ ) put eui there "l1 malice being now restored to hnppliieHo lint jou WOIP the only friend wo hod( of the Key V Vest city cllcl

L ; E nothing About them." , anti fcliook hands with him licoUAltily "Are you lenlly my cousin? 1 hi the world-Lllv mid I-beforec nil unfairly.Mr. fast approaching when

'" r .How did he get the key of thenfe % fashion. "Tlmt Is one of the things! I nm ROUK aft ouch other. Where I"1 Lily?"' Jlolloway his iccelted no lot : tUlt time la with the

ncked"Getting to explain to you dear Kntie Oh I of lit fraud in any It| 111lie_ too late to t011
I" ? "And bow are you rtolJiR? bo Dlttmer stammeieil. "I-i- -, > not( nation a.rUjnpt I
I 3 'i it her. Whjvucn you ViertVad ?" If'TJn Addlson lind onlv collie home ". MarlwMvhere Mr. Can; tltmand to be made by the ptople
S f : 41I gave on with your profession nowIIP "gnid. "I seek her still. I county except
f ; ', I tlionslit;; the jewels mil] everything "No. I say, Tom what that she with Hairy \McLnuchlln! "M'e must find her. VHttmer. Ilo not (he ( 8uperlntendeui7"by-cl I II coming to I the city) from nil parts: 01

t'J' \' ; elsa were mine. I gate her the devil cnltl van all true. I meant to "MrLnuchlln! That Is the mme: 01 let us low night of each other uKiiln.. 1 I use'ollnt' IIllnK last jinrs q\l's' : this; country to invest money opennow

: I jewels for herself. She only put. then Unvc "tuck! to all the money wlivit jot thl'- oflieer who was missing nt tin 1.011.II1I1Mt. liave no much to tell me, lions In to suapcrtei enterprises' and live at I er'PIl
part
% .
i I .''p Into the bag to make tip a .tor). were doad. You ought not to have nine time." titer nil tbee week" I )11'11.he the ques. .and that steps kliould,be t len
had
; : Yet you promised-you prom IIII'd sol comp back. You weie dead. You blltl! "Ye> -ho wan only a )prinoner lint! hi "Ach! I must no more call \ou of having 1 copy wire to mtue'tthie icquireiuents of blue,

; .. : "mnly-tbat If anything remained over, ratir funeinl so to gpenk-what wonlliappen < iciiped.: If Tom' had only eHcnpeiItll ii l iatclien but Frnuleln ''WIIIO Ihb-1! tlons. StlU1'1 to Ms own natliifucUoi teach. nany new and fast growing local en- j,

after< the trust money xvas paid ,yo\ I If dead men kept on coining ", him! Pool' Katie! we lost ourovers nd jou will I no jnoie listen, to the fact that some of the 11\1 the of fuilthliiK ,

would give It to I atle." iuk and upsrttlug! things! When you to clliei. Oh! If we could thud : 'nu c>--'" Ho Ktopped JUKI Inokedon l I'ro\ In ihut county hind a vop| ) of the Ifllrl"l especially In way '

"Tbat \wer.Whie -

.1 "vrould be barely enough In that trust nothing' unless I helped tn.i self. lint I Bhe Ktoppeil and listened.' Outildt That mailer if ,nil the womb wt .
You could not expect-" lid hope that you would find the Kill t b iereweio' \"o1.PIO. niikrupt KO that you nrp happy. It\ IH Record-Brewing Cour Term. certain rights and,privileges free, sjlll. .

r ."Oo on." and that we should niiflngc e er.vtllIIUrlendly. flie inn out of the room a lid Kntkt ;: tl'l1p that my salary whUh wail forty; 1 The term Of the u-rimlnal court he claims that the city cannot linger

: "Well. I gave her the key of the safe, ." IINUII t her xnyltiK: eornl' tl."Xot. : jet omuls n jenr IK now sixty: poiiixln. 't at 1'ensacoli longer, bu: must at once venture antle i

t ,. tvlier the jewels were lying. That m Is "I see," said Tom. "Well-It was on.lered -oh! tint yet-f Implpre 'OI1-lIot >'I'twnlt lonlil have: liuil thiity ptutt.ls'u jenr I Ito which lame to a clone '
.
,.' all t hare toexplain.: ." ( ; otheiwlse I! ns they lillY And till J cull you" Then; *hc relutiioil\ ; belp you with because, I toiild |live| I, IIP past week It probably a record

(. "Then there Is the old silver I IIUI how Is your wIfe?" mud shut the dir eaiefullv. 'Ob I 'tslly on thirty )pound- n' jent." HeKlieil : breaker III tin* number of conviction' -Is beginning to boll ,

pose> you know that my uiu le's roller "She I* Kinging at n Liverpool music nve such n lot to tell "011. l"in ofill. ns If he Imtl Jont n..4>c utifullamp. I I .t'CMiied bv' the county nolle I tot. Tin The political pot f

b tlnn of silver I la worth n A'rpa.Il'oh" mil. She: vent her way and I vcntmine. I. dear, j-oit me mj <'ou,,tn. Do you "I muot not KitiniMe: ', YournfpliieRS I [tim was of four tveck duration and In Dadv county also In the city o

4 ,;t ... "I gave It all to my wife as well. 1 A tine woman. Tom-with n 81'1. thiHt>orlinItv> It win n mliiiiitiirc U woith moip ilinti tlnrtvauiwln lining '(Ibis | crld 84 "lhICS wl'rt l a in I. Al the last Kfsgion of the leg.IalutUi' -

.t Idn't want old "Ih'er.VOIUl'1I like pinpep I bel.ovo; that Ruronet feloiurenneiy ) \\. '('''lio>eritinflr I / mi 01(11ao1).t: of fatp a jour. I It i I' true .iNn, tlint I I xurd. resulting In So oii\lcUon (' I bill wait passed, providing

.c tho' e things I gave It nil la lier'-notIn /': as they cull him 1I, put her Ilud beautiful. ",.h\t: In I jour rrent-: Ins-c lienilv i-oinplcteil) a )ii.oleit: MlihlioiTId e\eral! of'lhcse raies ot uu lutlortaut fur I criminal court of record All'';

., 4 n-ll of courKe. The wouldn't have 011 to It"hut nllul and mine. Kitlintlnc: V.oulnnil: II 1\'l'. I am Mite niiothei Coileo I I \I'r.' Kraft trials itmtnicnt WHS tillered Into by I num.

e p ihh' It.. What does she ilo? Pnck It up) "\\' It" your way Jem" Imjrhuy"ollr lI.me Is the 1tIlW. and | ti> JIll mhurr; if 1 lOUkl tie helped,, nature. the coiuit> tho leading lawyers, and thostlio ".
. lit lli n'llcboatJ: and pretend I put It lied. '' occurring during the term. aUl Ircine KJof
fJem wliikitl both eyes mid Intij:;. ( 10 Is mine. b r your nviupnthy %' hou.lulre for official posliion .1
: tliert'" "I nm now n tipster, Tom. I '('uid "But name Is Cnpel") "You vlll ahMijs have that Dltt- instances'o .la.1 were con'
I my would be announcement
there no
v "Then there ore the pictures. I no- tbe( name ofthc winner you know- "Nothing the kind my dear. Your er" : imied on ole case. Th. four chsri hut I
heed a whole stuck of them iu the nd! neiul their half-crow I "So ran longer 11..1.10 my the ucqliltu-i of candidates until the \law was passel I
the mugs up A tier called himself Cupel because betnrrpled ; you no o\\hUe (lrenlal.I(1' I Ic'eral
liall." hy the doren. Jiigirtns thank gomlneNg, with hIs relations.,-nn
;"I 11111.>pose slte put them tl/ere her- JII eveiywhere. Oh, ran doinsj prelt) '('fused to speak to them any more you ")" I friend r' i or II'el larcen). who ItOI d'slrlll. of securing t

l ttlf. By the Lord Tom, It'llI'"/ nent a eUt:_As for the law, I always hinted know'" This was n Und vay of pitijr "\\imy not Dittmer? nid we not i (1'011 the position, und the Indications are

q 2/ut tip thing as I ever 60 w. well and lieaity tlint I wan always to IIP, jour stubborn fight
'' -You're: looking It, -and the annIe members of the tree t lint Is of tilt that there will! be a l
) "As for the wine now- l'otm'ullc'r 18y llh
Tom Gootibyegoodbye"CIIPTER 'ei-Ked I his IItatphll'nt.I I ""*tl'l''fllot bums happenptf\ doutroylit the posith-n. '
for
mlly t-p\ undo '
mu :
.
"Oh for the wIne, I drank It rcRUlatly oinmltted suicide ago. Ao {,
as
I, "But Ills real name wns "'IIlOIl"'b'b' . ; I : n '(I"I1II'nU""Yon I 1 rOw'da)1
till you came home. Why not? TIIK LAST .trait of htm In unljfoim are lidi: you ha\r mnny carding to wtatemcii '.u rR.b aol, was ,;
.Y lIere I I. a at
)j-oi court of record opened ,
"Jem: there's some law nbout inlicrlrnncc. 'loiid will have nlso--" He tuuulttfd in the pDutofllce building,. Criminal l
turn ANP '1OVF.Everybody when lie was in the Him;-there It Is. : :yon ,\
7l Were' you entitled to nil water-color Portrait topped\ beenuK file other Miss. WIIiiRliby \ .. 38-callbre revolver being used, and teUind with Judge Stewart presiding.
continued 8be brought n
at the hospital n
4 Ihepe/ things I hnVe oilier cousin, Inter- "ou-liiff a teiy gallant: young hero Iu khixtk her finger.!; "Yn-I KOIII- I the bullet passed through the brain, HOII, Jamej W, Perkins the count,
d to show the most extraordinary
:you know, by my mother's side. They f'lIt i nnd nympathy with Katie during lIcllrll't. 'TIs: n color which sets off till'fire' hreht"llIl. I say nl<.lIt.. I search forny' I ?auslng almost Instant death. When 'ollcltor, who was suspended b Gcjrrnor ,.
: are.ia ,New Zealand to be sure but In the I'aclflo Ocean likeerr yc41Msff'
iKlnnd ,
still"WeIIen3_,". her hort COli va lescl'nl'l'. The senior mid masterfulness! of the be.ro Inbls I hea8 found he was l lying in a pool liroward immure. J1/

A ; looked embarrassed, I liysiclan spoke mysteriously of Joy n 1Ia youth.. .. OoOefrol.( ( uf blond, with the revolver with one amid reinstated a few ago, wa,

;. "imJ Ise .wloked hRrdn' make JIlt great assistance In cares where the Olrt!;: It is my father," cried Katie, "Herr 'Rls'Joc'k"-It have was more the Ihno.other. Knta"yotu OVI'oall I chamber empty on ono side and.a bot- in attendance In his old position.> The

"': had been brought low by trouble I "(bough I cannot lemember him flUyoung ( no tanner in which he the j
patient "pr.ented
But It's Ions with whiskey on
that 'clear a fllled
.to you. kept Ills of >ou-because there Is !ltllIone U' partially
Thithie good
idory.., ,I (in't explain: the law of in. ; she also said that freedom trol\l' a*. tliii *:, other frlend-.". ",, -',._<__?,J. thu.othtT,. No ciyiae is knoWn'.fOrthe tale! showedthat,, the "forced vaca-
.. -.J ;
; .; :
'Invaluableedlcine >ka to tho last: ; !
Mould be ) and
"I\JlerltanCe In fire minutes. When we ixlety found nn dear 'he' said j when they' "i act excepting' BavlsfiV; Unstated tlon',. has f Increased. his ability 1
4 ': and that relit from every ,,"e..tt1s. your father, .<\ It I Is'nil )Iy were ; that: : ;,: .,, .
-1 ",'a'l"e'a quiet" quarter" ot an hour to. kind of work; "with perhaps travel amid proved MOW ithout the leant.' doubt, alone. "does joy kill? .Ar" you stronjr I' hi' been ,drinking;, for" the\past1 two, popularity; [and/the several aUornffa.;

.. ".set her-" "tour wlf4 new scenes would complete\ her cure. Katie." She lowered her 'olce'lls no enough to bear the greatest surprise of 'I'iwecks. For" many jears he, waa4Von-> In" attcndaui1fethat, It I plel''jtire
Te-yes, call Tom; ; been restored to ?
all? Everything bus at have him'On the opposite sid"
Is to A disagreeable mills tIad)
when going nay
revelations have made me see things' She said these ridiculous things just as does one ( necked with the saw 'Ja t 1Kd -
.. clearly. My return* must have If rest and ease and travel were attainable thin.r. ""-e will not talk you. Your name, which your father. j but later acquired an interest In the of their( case.
more which dl
fortune *
concealed a
.- dlguted yon more than enough and I and within the reach of the poorest much about him. because he-be had honext Inwjer; your wished to, rob; and-and f r ft nil of llllllgan: &Co., and more recently f'

_ _. ,ought to bare understood It. I forgot girl in all London. Then the'Sister, his faults!, I am-afraid. But you should' -oh Kate-we are happy together. has been Identified with the Suber colored, aged 28 who

that Altogether. Well you badbetter, a most sober-minded and practical person keep this llkenens. lie was Miss WIIlougliby's Heaven gave you to me on the day man-American Lumber company at killed his father, A. Corey eleven'

I let take possession at once free from all enthusiasm, agreed favorite nephew: she gavehim months near Ellenton. In order]
think me when my love came bntk to life-I gUe Mlllvllle. lie reported beIng quhiewealthy. ago,
p. of tbe forgavehim
,
that a
with the senior physician and slid quantities money;
; Clf bouse. If It Is mine, or tempoiary which Corey bad t
ray own you \back to Tom-not klllC' but escaped to rob him of $212,
t she was always right as her patient all extravagances; she even placeda
of It It It Is not mine with last'Friday '
care hanged
nell ,
-nnd at home again! and hidden In his house, was
hands of Mr. Joseph
used Iu the -
would find. Then the secretary large sum
these riease make
_I"4 4 out a valuable statement things,of the whole estate to alt by her bedside and whisper that AddIson, her solicitor that he might waiting"for. you-waiting*. for you, my Xathah \'odal, a negro, 21 years. In the county jail at Draden-]1'

with-- its liabilities by-sa-b1'' to-mor after all, there was no cure so good enjoy .an annuity of lft OO a year which dear- of agewas hanged In Milton last Fri town. About two hundred negroen as-
nll.1"nllotb.-r left.
- One shall be tnken
row. Can yon do that? Shall I send all happiness. And so with everybody.The was paid him re nlllrl)"." Where Id the woman who was left day for having! murdered' Waller How. Hombled at the jai but good order'wail

other patients.were all lit the "Oh, fh Mr. Addition's luanda, ? Tom'lIUncle 'I preserved and no undue excitement ,
In accountant to help ? white last January
you , Alns! they have not yet found her, Hug, a young niau, ,
"I must! say," Jem began, "that your same tale and would tell her that she Joseph? In Santa occurred. Suber was baptized In
seeks her the crime being
continually.
Dlttmer
_________ enviedher after his death the principal : though! commlt'd
and "Yes
was a happy girl/ no one 1 'hour before the bangIng "
suspicions- I'erlmpn III thp future, far or near, the Rosa county. The negro's neck was the. Jail half an- .
niece to
she deserved all. Why, to be to her you
given
because thai
to have was
"I do not allow myself who In
anysuplcIons. ,
; who taken bepermitted by colored minister,
linppy woman was may he died Hlmcm: !
Instantly
broken I : a
_ _ even when visitors came to SOT other my dcnr. j I and
As for most of what your 1
placed
.brhiit the solace of love absence of the urual .
.' patients there used to be a great \\hlfl- "To me?!" to. The lal'gcIt crowd 1.\(1' together at facllea
< ,wife alleged I shall never make any endnreth shame unUi the i under a.
that beyond
further inquiries. But until I lienr poring and the visitors would look at "Yen, to you. Tllotrllst. the discovery who Milton saw the hanging. \'oodal the condemned man' head l

her curiously. of which: sent Tom to Ilarypt<: was hapless woman. was left. So moteit 'hour, advising the colored spigot and turned on the water,
L4 from ,-from Kate's own lips-if we be! I spoke fO an ;i

_ 4' ever find her-the truth about her Interview .. Kate: mended fast-and one afternoon yours, Katie. And I nin cry much married from harleyhouse i I people to lead better lives. Hoj -
her Miss Wlllonghby told her afraid that Mr. !Itolfe who seems to They were Anderson broker fr
with yon-whether she rescaled friend. so that the Rills who have to> admitted his guilt, but clan11 thati Colonel J. n. a
that the time had now when she have been a of no mornls at all. j
her destitute condition to you I come person of seek continually for work and hnvp the act was justifiable In the eyes of 111a. leturned 1 few dar ago fro11thJ 'I
could leave the hospital."And was actually going to client you out
or not-I can have no dealings with markets eastern
-. said Katie nre-not never any Joy In their lives, or rout, or 1 God and that he would go to heaven. n oil) .
ou." now, my dear. she "you It. It Is nil yours, ; you .
;, 1081111. enough of- nnythlnir elates where he consttinmated
"I sold Jem "that I lire to have a surprise. Oh. what n rich, pl'rhllpil-Illlt youhinve plenty My ne\er get I He showed no weakness or fright *
may
,
suppose tweet and the ac1
bn\.ewHv somethIng them .
make out bill ot costs" lot of tulHgg I have: to tell you! I dear, If Tom had only ewaprd) with und during hil talk of an hour and when Important deals, among '
my
to lemcmner to tell. ore?
"Certainly. ,Oh, Jeml! if you had heard yesterday what the doctor-oh, JIarry!" pleasant..- TIlE KND.BIoo he concluded,. assisted the sheriff In quiring of a large tract of Iron

t-1.I. 'cted well by that poor girl-If you bad he Is a wise 'oll1anl-.ld about Joy. "Ob; but how did you nnd out nil '. adjusting the noose and the black lands In Tennessee Colonel Anderson otl

behavedwith common honesty and Yes, Joy Is a beautiful medicine.' Tlmiikod this? 7 s it really true?" -- tram Vrrtff. cap. uepurtuu a most gratifying! evidence

'- t truth-there U nothing in the house < I know it in my- own case. Now "You have lots of friend, Kntle. Several young 7 men of Clyde have anxiety on the port of eater capital /[

that you might not have takcnl Noth. there "is. no luggage to pack up. is quantities of friends. There are both been engaged; during the past week In \ Since the general orders have been to Invest In Florida and the south.) ,;

'. ,. leg of mine that you could not bate there friends and relations waiting for you. catching; and chipping frogs to the Issued from the adjutant general's ot. generally and predicts that the nexti

\'.. Jiad., )Man I would have made you rejoice "I am the only girl in the world. To think that I did not know, and tooktmyou city flarkt't.The frogs ore raked up"trom few will see the largest Influx -"
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said JaUe.-.the only' girl I believe, CHrIs! in Tallahassee, designating St. 'cr :
and thank God that I returned. to the Co-Operatlve Woik thus bottom of the canal, where fee
of northern capital! to this
There Is only one more chapter of who has got no luggage no possessions But never mind. And now I am goingto they: lilY In the mud In a torpid ttate. I Auguctlue as the place for holding tht Iecllon.
no mon(> no friends and no I friends." She state competitive shoot Iccal military which ,It has ever experienced. j
'h thishistory: to be written, and that is y/ bring in some of your The business pays those engaged: In .,

a short chapter. Let me, therefore eX. relations." _' rang the bell and tho door wn" opened It from $d to $9! per day. From sixty men hnve.celved.InlltrucUous. to *

plain that'Jem's after conduct with regard "Yes; which will make all that follows with a promptitude which proved that to ISO pounds of'frogs' legs cnn be I have the range. plabed In perfect condition Tie railroad comnmisa1tnhas au-1

r. to Uncle Joseph's estate was per. the more delightful. You may the man-It was a man-must have secured dally, which can be readily for the contests, which will be pointed Louis C. Massey of Orlando,;?i
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.j '-c fectly fair and upright. lie sent In. add, my dear that you have got no been lurking ont td<) In readiness. sold for fifteen cents n pound. I heUUulurlng the week beginning July special counsel under the recent. a<;t ,

:. J the next day a statement of the estate clothes." "Katie" said the other Katie "this is Ono man in Clyde baa been out driving thO
of the for
15. The targets and range are bqth legislature providing "
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"No clothes? who
1' and the various 'securities, houses and Harry J'Lnucblln-my Harry- the two
t about the country pant
\Vb-you could not poss'.bly ,to the Arabs for ; In comparatively good condition, although employment of special counael ia have|?
,4 .' lands, belonging to it. lie also sent in go was In captivity among weeks catching frogs In the ponds
: his bill of costs, which was naturally! the House of Joy! In such poor, shabby six: months with your Tom Harry and ditches and has realized from $d they have not been used since entire charge of all litigation for th *f

: ,heavy;' not to say'. outrageous: and be things as'>ou bad on wheu we broughtyou made his .escape you know. If Tom to $0 a day for his service after payIng last summer The range, however will railroad comml lon. Mr. Maguey !II

'w wrote a letter couched in most dignified . here." conld only have escaped with lilm!" expenses..-Cljde Correspondence of have to be cleared of grass and scrub a man of the highest IlrofeBBlon !

"J,, ,language stating that after what .Katl.... I am in mourning: ,. yon' The escaped prisoner, who showed no Kochestcrjtcrald. growth and the telephone system from standing and his appointment Is re'vceived \

, hadpalled be should be pleased to be know-" traces of his long captivity( bowed and .. the targets to the, firing lines will In Tallahassee 'with great 5at/

.- '. relieved of his functions iu administer "My dear"she klsned lier-"nobody took her hand but said nothing and A Vlfln Ton Pl-. .f Coral. have be overhauled Ufaotion. ,,.
ing the property" without the least deJay. knows It better than I do Sometimes, looked embarrassed."It t "

. ", : however, we put off mourning joy- is like a dream to me" said Ki4Ue. ""he dretlgst'Go-eruor In the old Pa- '.

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and a check for the bill of costs bo ,-,If,,you: like, you may put Iton prisoner with Tom-;-you were'present mcrnlnc: by landing n fifteen-ton Florida State pharmaceutical association Florida was pulled off in Jacksonville',
"
.. sent the whole, of the paper to )his again." when be-was killed piece( oC: coral: on dry..land., The biff! Continental 'Atlantic"

cousin's :new adviser*', cashed the Her new, clothes'were fitting for a "IJarry .will.tell yon all, If.yon pleaseto scoop bad betn 'Tellvevinir ordinary was held at the 10 the past week. The South ,

..-'(cbeck, called a cab,. and drove away,. .- 'young lady being,fact much finer ask him to-morrow; not to-da1'.deor.' loads.< when $the boom dropped and the' tel, Atlantic Beach, during the past federation 'of German, 'aoctetles, held'Ita .

"- He, nerer cam.\ back. 'The two old! 'than anything the poor girl had ever He .will tell yon ,how' it fared with engine started ta haul Inc fresh load. week., ,The entertainment committee; sessions and the grand lodge of r

.'clerk r went on dozing and meditating; worn in her life before, but Katie put them In their long captivity; put,perhaps Then the gear,groaned.and things: commenced consisted of Jacksonville druggists, together the Order of Bon*' of Herman as0"met
to make big tuss. hod more
a ;
,' boy :.lum ered.an4.ftad"I. > nh" them on without a word., you .will: hear from. another. : ,
.. the committeeot ':
'tl; v stood -with tbe Lodges from Macoiv Charleston
.. tumid everybody, ,
steam''a. given .ulary' .
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Wker Ihsy:
. rJ aioveMtte.and'playedat, : nstragaU In you .brought me? source. '
Balanced as neatly as an egg In a ladles, and tbeIbandto hand per Tampa and Feruandlna' compose tb .
' 'Jb.' office below, until Saturday, and Kutlo looked about the room., They "MissVlllonghby\ said Captain MeLouchlln by ,
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I -" ')' thtn-there was.no moneyVand no one had come in a cab it was 5 o'clock; ,, 'recovering from'his con spoon came' up a coral rock far too big aonal attention 't'Uie'' .visitor* mae federation and :othe cites will 'cO

i.9. .(to' ask. for* it.: :.TJb ywaled. .another I outside it was dark alt'eacl.tbe'ere''\ fusbofl'Wfoun4 out-Tom and I-In toy set, la"th* scoop and "Just able'to i the met &' t'scedllli IC.srul.ad in. -There"-was':a 'monster parade. Std

: ;."",:, 'Tb''router. cam.JM more,and In -*' room beautifully, famished, with the talks "which we had at night aU cramp Jn nndejr thegla block.-Hoao- I. ,enjoyable. a sae.e fet, concert 'glyen.o .
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HEINOUSCRIMINAL' '{'THE.. .AID OF, UNCLE, SAM' CHEM E ,: CONVICT" MAYOR- FIRED' ,

i C:: Must Ewntualty 8 HOLM 'Do noli suffer 1-

Extended to Turn "
. 'Frjtsco3upsrvlsors) :, Schmltx Out 'wi'th severe
\4r WliUohnsorC Roads, Whose Credit Ha. IS..n In. of Office!! and Elect Hit Succissar'Pending '
Was Colored! i .
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I jured, Say Magnate Hil.That'.the i Of Grafting on Crop Report Outcome cof' Case.A Headacheswhen .
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Hanged in Atlanta Jail. : Told Broker 'Van .

national government will by Riper. San Frauctsco pedal say.: May;

w bo forced to lend_Us credit to finance or SchmitK was formally removed, f'-

CAUSEDSEPTEMBER: RIOT trio need of the'railroads. of.the coun from office by supervisors at tlietrlnePtltijjMo'nday

try was the statement made by Jamos BIG MONEY POURED IN afternoon...Supervisor

J. Hill, la au..lnlerv'ew at New York James Gallagher was named asjhctlng oaw srw

1 Facing Doom on Gallows "Profession Thursday. '.. ' the mayor In his place,

, ,al Rapist! Confe'* to Many I "The public, In Its exasperation' ."- On One "Leak" Deal Conspirators This Is the first step taken by the

t. Crime That Long Baffled Law i said Mr. 1I11;..,'wll1 demand, that the Got $, 1.OC&<5 and Holmes' Share graft prosecution in the .execution of

Authorities ; railroads ha1! lay certain rails and Was Ono-Third of All the '. their plan to restore good government ....oa .wwant.

I provlJo more cars. The railroads will Profits; Accruing' in (the city. The ground on which Mayor Will Cure You. .

answer that they cannot; that their Schmlt\ was.removed Is that owing )
Will Johnson wale negro '
the who
-credit bar beeD rulnt'd.' The government ,' io 'his Incarceration In. the county jail The liver I* the mala-eptLnnr/ for tho whole OOd:9': To expect::
caused the rIot -In Atlanta last,, Sep will be obliged to In and ,A Washington special says: In Lou14 good health, ono must keep the liver In good order. To do **
step following his conviction on a foTouyciiarge Is needed. Horblno will put your liver In tho condition
U. V York regulator
On'the 'dn kl1Jcri; New broker,
tember. gallows,Fulton! county lend Us tre4t: to supply this dellciency. a he is no longer able to perform It should be and you trill not nutter from be aches.

jail Friday,' with the spring ofillo The situation might load to the government Monday introduced hU official duties. } :
I ownership the first Vltness In the trial pt Edwin :I A POSITIVE CURE
trap between trim and eternity, the government of railroads. ba. : Gallagher will not hold..Uie position
". I That would be the end of It. Holmes, Jr.,, who directly
republican f acting'mayor for-more than a few" -CHILLS AND
lashlug' his conscience;:; : was .too I government r connected Holmes with th, Premature FOR CONSTIPATION,

much for this "dovll Incarnate as I '"The cause or the trouble' is that divulgence of the tnforniutlou In which days. The.of resignation the board ,of fit supervisors a' certainmember ,FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA

2berfT: : Nelms, and Solicitor:! Hill Jitiy -; the business of the United States has the cotton, crops .of Che 'agricultural, 1 will make. room' 'for- the appointment AND ALL LIVER COl'lpLAtNTS.Has 13

described ,him, atd at. the last nio- I outgrown the_ capacity! oC ,Its railroadsand 'deparj.nicut.aro, based. Mr. Van Illpor' o(, a responsible citizen, 'who will\ takeGallagher's
I tile railroads are 'in ho was on the stand; all day uud the direct ": Of Good.Mm.
position
men;:; he confessed all. place as acting mayor. Done A World .
examination had no: been con- ,
to catch It
up. men cannot get their
The for
-"'!" Not only did Johnson own on the '' attorneys Mayor SchmlU.,, Toxaa. write J "I hB't' { /
freight must eludell 'when the court adjourned*. : : C. D Philley, Marble Fall
moved.ihcy cease to
I now In jail awaiting sentence for ex- liver corrective I have over
death trap to having ""assaulted Mrs.Hombrec He that he bad met Holmes : used llerbino and find it lice bent
I produce 1t. It does not appear anyeasier hard pood,
; tortion of which he has been convicted It done my family as well DJJ uiysolf a alulXer
the charge for which ntIn > I for a railroad to"get'money now in 1904. through P.., A. Feckham, and announce their determination to and I reoommond It to all my: fcianda.. I nOTe' Irom_

d born sentenced to hang, but he than It was a few months ago. 1 know that 'he bad,aGreed to give them two- take his case to the 'United States headaches. anymore.

ill sou contained to other brutal crimta. I of Instances'In' western Cities where .thirds of any profits .lll..t. mish; be I supreme cOurt' if Judge,, Dunne overrules SUc WILL BUY IT.

1 short term notes ot derived from stock deals made'on '
The by coufecilng some eastern.
negro began to then motion for a new trial on
iho lleiiiureo assault.: Ho''tpc-kii dciibrmcly. roads are' being peddled around '1n )points, supplied by Holmes. Hj" then Juno :27, and the apeliate\ court makesa Ballard Snow Liniment Co..

-' I .$5,000 lot ou a 0 1-2 to 7 1-2 cent told\ how Holmes had kept his part I '
: 'fhrJrouer. 8 demeanor gug.KOhttrd per similar 'denial.' ST. LOUIS MO. I
Second St.
basis. of tho by giving: out Information 500-503 N. ,
I ; that tit.II other secre :weN Railroads cannot Increase their agreement -J. C. Campbell of counsel. for :Mayor :

liifLUng> to come out Someone questioned facilities under these, conditions," .. a- day in advance ot the ap- ScbmUt said: -

him with this In view '1 be.1 Concerning the general business eurance ot the official report; quoted ' "It Is hardly to be expected, that '

tho torrent of crlmo came pouring outlook, Mr Hill\ said: figures to show the degree of accuracy Judge Dunne will grant our'' motlcn, Sold and Recommended by

fur ill each "There Is' a general slowing up Inuslness. of the InlCl'maUD1IUIpIJed) and for 'trial l but hlg refusal willnot" '' ''
j. ; gush ol..contlu1011 i.iore I a new for 'Sale at I ROBE RSON'S DRUG STORE..
It related Instances in which Holmes ,
jjlii-tllna; than the :amt, It tcmcd"asit appeared Inevitable last I put an end to our 'activities. 11'0will .
the questioner had unwittingly fair;; it. came, and. 1 believe It will had beau paid money through;; McaesHau appeal to the supreme court of ...--I'" --.- ------ ---- -,- ,. ------- ; ,

i fcirueli: the fountain hell of .all ihcsglioiTors continue. 1 don't 'think It will hurt *, the state, and to the highest tribunalat

. which broke fortb lu Fultoncounty anybody but that It exlsU/ there Is Ha bald $167,000 had beck cleaned "Washington. necessar)."- {KISSIMMEE

"', no ,doubt." upon:' the Information secured la ad
mouth' by mouth, and lu hcuitt '
I"M homo last As the I vance of the report for November NEGRO SOLDIER SUICIDED.
: year. negro con- t .
I .tluued tbe men about hint fell back.: "NO TRACE OF POISON FOUND. 1904. .- : IVEE :ROtrTE
lie Arrested
also testified that llolnus had
t. lie lilniaclf-stojrt, undisturbed almost I JInded Life on Being' for Try '

I .t., the filial' woa ent. Titan, as' the Chemist's Report on Examination of agreed to keep him Informed of The Ing to Pefraud Uncle !Sam.

black cap was about to be pulled Ovt.; Man's Stomach Given Cut. plans of other cuttoa brokers fend Choosing to answer for his sins bo- STEAMER LILt.IB, STEAMER ROS ADA.

Jilt! eyes ho /dung out one lam con A ttalelgh, N, C.., dlspa.cli says; : told.how in lii'fOnd a regular partnership fore the judgment bar of Gcd in preference Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay John.on. 3t f t,

Through Coroner who Is had been fornud, lu wliich: Regular trips Basdnger o'd'return. leaves KlMlct.
fp.Rluti, and usnk choking to the Separk, also to arrest and trial by a courtof veelily to Roieada

ioor.: Until that I:1slInt It la doubtful I''t.he committing magistrate had said Holmes wag ono of five numhtra.Mr. justice a negro who gave hIs nanio ..ee' Tuesday morning;,,' acd arrives' f.Isslmmee 'Friday erontnc. ;

If the total enormity of hU life had I: positively early Thursday;) he wpuld Van Riper said that after first as John Williams ended his own lifeat : Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeecvobe and Fort M1ere on th* tJIU''fComtortable '

dawned' him. When did ; not open until Monday: the report of meeting Haas and Peck ham In Wash Atlanta early Monday afternoon accommodation for, pacsebgers.t Rates reasonable. ;
Chemist Syiinuo on the analysis of ington he had seen them in Chicago': handed Tbs moil picturesque inFlorida -
In after being caught red- In an
dawn .gluut streaks of. gore and
I the stomach of Kn sinter! Strange, In company with Holmes and afterwards attempt to defraud the United Statea For Passenger- and, Freight-.Rates. apply to'CLAY o
| black even hla own bestiality tell JOHNSON, l Proprietor.On
whom Di'. Rowland and his wile are In St. Louis They bad considerable pn. ; '
the ot '
government through
i down before U, uluauod and blinded.! ; paymaster ; board "!lute." KUslmm._ n* r
accused of poisoning ho changed his conversations at both places
I Johnson maintained his innocence uu- tho depar mept. ot the gulf, In the ,

|I ..tIl'1tew minutes before he was taLe mind upon the solicitation of the solicitor concerning operations In cc.Uon. with Candler building, by forging a sol -, t
\ and opened the report late the result that they began selling cotton
to the Bcanold when be made a dier' final statement or bill 'for ser cZiri-t.sasa

partial confession to the (two negro Thursday afternoon ,November; ,! and continued the vices. -=- .

preachers who had been lu constant The report says nd*trace oC any pol process until the December report was The negro who was sitting handcuffed $ The Automobile. .

attendance. upon him for the past few son was (ou Dd. The bearing.. take, Issued.' 'He hud generally operated On in the paymasters otnce 'whilo' Major .
place MOhday morning. the strength ot the of
rcprcEeptatlons the
Dawes was explaining charge
da)'.. Standing on the trap door, of '
the scaffold he repeated what he had It Is said warrants making fresn Haas, who was supposed to be In Iro.quent to the'arresting officer:., suddenly, tooka 'I FROM ,THE: HORSEMAN'S POINT' OF

charges against Dr. Rowland are to conference with Holmes I, and! '
told tho preachers and added! : other bottle of carbolic acid from his>> f VIEW.
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confebslous to 1l.The be served. Rowland does no look very had indicated a very bearish condi coat pocket and succeeded jln swallow, ,

well, He told friends who called that tion. 'SyPatrtckFran ts
condemned-, In a firm tone I ing' a goodly portion of the deadlypoison' 1;, 'MurphylD1wYVAhw .
be was the victim of lie had dealt, through number of .
csrcutnstancee before the officers and clerks .
ofolce, admitted having attempted : ew..l'r Ns
AU 'assault upon Mrs Hembrve, con4. but that things wuold come out ali brokers In" tho November transactions could get, ,to him.] His death occurred ; !. -

..right. The state will have several engineers 'and bad been 8ucce8Jlul-to .the'cxtent in thirty mlnutes tTrOMOBILISTS start with best, Intentions; there,, lea, carLain ,.
:: Jessed to having: assassinated J. A.
Moody AJimasvllle farmer 'told as witnesses; at leas three of $167,009.: Of 'thin; amount $37,000 Williams' plan was to draw the pay place: (which I Chan be 'nameless '"that Is. >paved> with.

''fAIt.. an ; of these are said to be.from Norfolk, waa.dlvlded"" with! ,,llaaj and l'eckha'mHaai ,- of a discharged soldier' and-In<<, orderto resolution,", and In automobile life '"tho'.ditches are, ,
at shooting J. \V, Bryant, an Kajit *
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-with afterthoughts.
and perhaps .some are'lrom.Ute west taking halt and feckbam: a Aood rA
do so he presented ft forged orderto
Point farmer, and hit sister MlaaMaud in breams and
; whence Historic! Incident's: are commemorated
from Strange came. fourth of the amount.Part of -Haaa'shares"wasipald Chief
Clerk Eckels. Mr. Eckelsknew
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Bryant, which shooting wasf. ;- why sot observe1 moral victories'a stone tablet .h -.,,
f./"' done In"the.' early night, and, through ' > i In 1i.u.1i..1.;" ;: ,' >;; .. ;,that;the statement, which purported I scribed: "On'this spot-an automobilist wlta.hto.12O. torpedo .
NEW STATIONS. < :' ')''' Haa "'d ,wfil"tlle: 'eaah '
IMMIGRANT 'bt did 1"
'" ,jiu open" wlnlow1'; declared it ::was be V. ' ..1'"; be.'slgned,: by Lleutenant'Al. destroyer, tore off only'one leg, 'of a horseman, waea;, .he
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few months 'ago wade the brut '* ..4. ,,1' u ", 'f&O:; ; ' "He .11ald'h'It totllplniee.iI" ,I'J', ,, : fre'Branch| . of company.A. '25th Infantry mlgkt"el&lIl1yhave taken two?" !i ' '

Jwhoa tal '.attack upon the 'Lawrence girls I Commission Prepares to Select" ,Sites I ';'When and ,; ",'hire''a: \. ., ,, "Fort Reno," OkU., was forged, Human life is full of anxieties: of one sort or' anothetl' President ftooee .

the for the at Three) Southern Ports. "In--the office' at' that time" as It' called for the pal of '"a-soldier velt baa had an attack of spelling reform, 'in English literature' hsrls'thel', A

and took responsibility' : Commissioner of Immigration Sar Mr. Beach for. the' prosecution,, discharged from Ihai. command .on the most famous man of letters. Now be has.another bad spell-like alljltermry',.
jnurdcr, some years ago, ofa ,man I men he feels It Is '
a disgrace to die rich. 11
gent. Fred U. Fry chief engineer of brought out from the'witness the factsconcerning 23rd! ot May, and'the'.chief
lu South Carolina: the'' paymaster Automobiles and women (God;bless them) are the. two dearest things on'earth.
government buildings of New York the organisation ot '
I had Issued Instruction. that 'no ,
Sheriff Kelms 8prang'the trap at ex To knock black and blue! .spots out of large ;fortunes: the bU.UtDltq;
and Mr. Wlndoiu of the supervising archlteet's brokerage, firm of U. II. Mercer & Co. member of that, regiment was dis bead of our
actly 11:43; (; and It was 12:20.before nation should promote automobile Industry. He should encourage
office, will leave Washington He said that while the names of only charged In May. all the expensive luxuries Give woman : t
the physicians pronounced: him dead of women, as well,a. the full cradle. ;;>
llhoufch the negro's neck was broken la a few 'days for Ualveston, Texas, Mercer and Peckham appeared in the'I However, Mr. 'Eckels cooly made; the luxuries of life-she"will dispense wlfb:'the necessities. Give,her,
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tbe fall. During the 35 minutes to determine' on the site for the new articles of agreement. Holmes, Haas out a receipt for the negro, so that only (the nece..ltlelf-her' time is wasted resorting to contrivances to conceal r

by \ was immigration: station, which: Is to bo and himself were partners with, the : Major Dawes would-havp time to calla tho fact like the woman whose husband complained her bHla at the .<

that his body muscle.suspended Not erected 1 lie re. They will also visit other two. As the working capital of policeman: Before the recetp; 'was Turkish bath. She looked'at' hint with a patient air of'resignation "and said.- v.didst
Johnson never moved a "Where
New Orleans and Charleston, to locate this, arm $25,000 secured In the No- drawn up, the'offlcer arrived and band- else can woman ga who has nothing ta--w arf"
A contortion; not a movement of the In the laws of. compensation there ,Is no 10.. without a gain.1, 'The man
the new stations which are to be built vember deal was u..ed. Par: ot the cuffed Williams and It was( while ( a
jtlugers and not a single sign ot life who lost his, home and fortune bY,the .earthquake In San .Francisco found
in those cltlea. At Us- last session made In dealwaj reinvested .
was visible. The negro's heart ac- money that Major Dawes was .explaining! the situtlon comfort In:adversity He oald; and ho sold It, exultantly.,.. It wa ll.\ the:only:
congress appropriated $70,000 for the in December oil the strength of to the officer that the accident that oD.blN.j i ;.
negro
Hun remained quite strong. until just ever happened In the house that his wlte'hadn't blamed ,
live minutes before the physicians immigration stations In Bench of the Haas' forecast ot tho cotton glcners' preferring death to arrest suicided.. The balloonist must be. "the man higher up"-for"whom Jerome la I look; t.

declared life extinct. three cities named.PRESENT report, and -$43,000 had !been realized log. In the near future the heavens will be 'filled with ships of Commercetsky ...,1 .

I as profits.,: One-tourlh of this. amount'was ; UNTIL LEGISLATURE MEETS- pilots sailing through the purple twilights' -and no speed limit i and ar "
, hour
J Although the set by the sheriff ,SCALE .OF WAGES paid to Haas in currency, and by ---'- the clothe of each day's round'of irritating concerns and'duties, we' aD enter r;.

\ for the hanging was It o'clock, a largecrowds him turned over to Holmes. \ Governor Comer Names Bankhead to our heavenly brougham and rise above all earthly cares!;, 1:-t

gathered tit front of the jail United .Ten years ago an' automobilist was expected to perform the gymnastic
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Adopted by Mine Workers of In December, 1934: the firm: was, Fill Senatorial Vacancy.
; fully half an hour before that time feat of running,ahead with a red flag In one' hand 'and steering hls.machlne :
Alabama .
in Convention.The dissolved, and Van Rlper'teill that .
and tho offlceri ware kept busy turn- convention Governor Comer, of Alabama, Mon with the other. Ten years from now a speaker may be standing here, hi. 'y
Alabama state of had been 'pald'to Haas in
lug away the cumma. Among those $38,282 day morning appointed former Cou* toast; "The airship! from an-automoblllst's point of view. and the se'atsyoii'occupy
the United Mine Workers of America '' saiiie
'' cheques and the amount to. grcssman Hankhead, the vacancy in beOiled with of'the' now-known "balloonlsts." w
as
>,, Admitted. to the jail were Mr. and Mrs. may navigators :
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adopted a wage scale In executive BCS- Holmes Incurrency.Mr. United States senate caused 'by the a
and their two boys,
eHembree yodng c
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sign at Birmingham- Thursday, and : Van RIper was still under ex- death ot Senator :Morgan', the appoint- t
r: And J.. Wt Bryant of East Point. It was
I Jar the. assault Mm. Hembree adjourned until Monday when a joint animation when court. udjouriwd for went to bold until the legislature 1t ,KK' v:. .
upon
fJ i conference with those operators who the day. meets July 19. f -

y that Johnson whom was Johnson executed.confessed It was deal with union labor wll\\ be held. It Colonel Hankhead ran first In the (I.... .A. ; .J\ro -"" i,

Mr. Bryant Is understood that the scale is substantially FARMER ASSASSINATED.Was democratic primary' for, alternate sen:
shot -througb open win-
to having ui
the same as has been In effect last '
ator ,
dow. August.TO Arbitrary Assumptionsof
for the past three year's.SEARCH Shot Down In Field 'a. Result of 'I'
Henabreo
Notwithstanding .Mrs. had
'" --- ---- an Old Feud. HONOR SENATOR MORGAN.
jail' for the of
traveled to the purpose
Hgbert F. Adams, a prominent farmer Socialism.
witnessing the hanging, her nerve fall. ,FOR KIDNAPED_ BOY.Enraged '1 'Ii'
living eight miles east: ot i't. Movement'of Selma Daughters of Confederacy .
cd and she
at the last moment .
bee> onton Oa., while at work In his field Monument.The' Blttorney'GeneratChartesf a
for
decided to remain In the jail office Italians In N.w Orleans Raid Bonaparte ,1Jt.w j
,
Monday, was shot down and left for .
Hundreds of Home Selma Ala.,, chapter of the
with her little sons while Mr. Hem .-&.
fcreo joined the small gathering In A New Orleans dispatch says: The dead.. He lived long enough t.. crawl Daughters ,ot the Confederacy have --""' v-- --- -

. the gallows room Some 2G persons eight-year-old boy Walter Lamana, .home and tell his family that he had undertaken a movement for the erection HE: root of socialism is Ihn' doctrine that all' men of right

.' 'constltute4 the audience tbat 'heard was not found Thursday .al:bougb been shot by the Jones boys, who, of a monument to the .memorJ'. ought to be and should therefore be made and ,kept pre-'

'. Johnson's. confession and saw him in the search for his kidnapers, hundreds it .In. said had sworn vengeance of the late Senator Morgan' In that'cI cliely' equal. This doctrine Is'really a wholly arbitrary dog..

intd eternity. ThtseTtor the most of Italian homes were raided against Adams fan killing four .yean : ma, apure assumption, justified neither.by reason'' nor by t

" sent in' the city and surrounding towns. ago Klah Jones, another brother tor Subscriptions: \ will be called for from" T history, 'and; in fact;contradicted by the dally'experience. of,,

, news-aper 'The usual threats of lynching the which Adams was, acquitted: on the Alabamians everywhere. It is said that all_ mankind; but it was 11<\ earne.tly'pre8ched,by, the apos-i "
; ties of the French Revolution that to question Its truth even
kidnapers If caught have been made. ground of self-defence. a large, fund will'\ b8' raised
I : '
I : '. now?jieems! toa"certain.. eJais ot teacher and thinkers little< 4
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.... short of It make
blasphemyBut: was' quickly seen that to
t LONGSHOREMEN LOSE FIGHT. LIQUOR IN TRANSIT IS EXEMPT. '
WOMAN, BECOMES. "CHINAMAN. WILL TRY TWO-CENT RATE. men more free wouM make them less nearly equal:,that the fairer their start; ,f .t
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" -- '- : wGlow' thee quickly and surely some would come( to the front and others fall,behind -' 4
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Protects It: :From Seizure --;
Ola" Strike. at New,York for Increased Sister. of Mrs..,, Howard, Gould .Relinquishes' Federal Judge' f . Law' Will Be Enforced 'in 'Missouri" ; that; In ahort..1I.4'equallty" had the meaning which leaders In our own' ,) i
.t' Wages Is Declared Off.ti Cltif'nlhlp In Kafisas, ) revolutionary tbought'were more and, mare Inclined to give It. "equalitywas1' "

At a meeting' of the longshoremen " Rights.- Judge..J. C. Pollock.. In, the .United" :" for, Throe Months, Inconsistent with "liberty::. 'and' they must,"choose between them.. They: reoognlzed -'(" :;

,, la .IJew York;.Saturday''"the' strike for1L Mrs Wong Sun .Yue, sister of Mrs. StaLes 'district court.' at Leavenworth", The vMUsouri, 2-cent passenger, fare Intact, though not In ''word., this necessity and gave up Ilbet171 .

>! ," increased pay was' beclared off/ ':' Howard Could; Ujno longer an''Ameri Kant., in the.ease of the Kansas grew- act. went Into'effect, Wednesday, and When' -householder of.tl'le' parable, had given those engaged;the eleventh '

hti' 1\lore'lhll'l 12.000; of the original 20> can citizen.'She vOluntarily/ :telinqulsbed"h Ing company-Issued. an",,Injunction! to.pre'est months' : hours full day's wages be replied (done who had borne the burded asd':
I'' ( s'.rilters',who "rVmalned .0 I'mw1l1- C.V', Trickett; assistant attorney will be given 'a three trial the beat of the day and yet received no more "FriendI'do'Itbe>;; ,.mngil t,
00 rights' uattve born Callfor.nlan
; r as a < .
seizins If, of( ,the end ot that tline, U I. found 'thou not agree with ina for this( coin 'Ca tttot"iswful'for'me: r
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work samo'psy tit : general' of Kansas, front
return to for the they In San Francisco Saturday be : .
ba.unremunerallye, Its' diacontlnuance' what will with mine own?" These .Que.Uon8'1IDPIy'the..rt.o.'C; )(
toi( : ; to do f
t ., received! 'when they .went on'strike30 -* comeas'lI1ucb.aa,, poasibie an alt-round the liquors In. transit. 'front"'Mfaeouri'.. : can then 'be brought into the i two Vital. 'principles which underlie the constitution of modern"clv1dhdd! : ;.,sa,

-e cents an houf.. . Chinese, .like her:husband" tOI1 i ( nuI., sanctity :: ....
contract ofprop.Ttyn
cfety and
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__ Yifey fczetttIn I .BARGAINS', IN \ \RATES ,AND. $,SCHEDULES TO ':TUB ,

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"' PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY 'Kissimmee Drug Co. : Jamestown Exposition' I '

io. in'Valley Gazette Building1, Summer Goods .

&Je611 URE.OOCBOLA cow T.111f.A-: l _, _, Bea.on Tlcke. , . . . . .$40 45 Sold Dal1p.SixtyDav ';
. ., _._ 33,70 Sold Daily. I
-- ----- -- --- Tickets--------------
'lrteeD.Day Ticket., . .-.. . 27 35Sold Daily
,M., H.; HARRIS Editor.a.a PropT. WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. Coach Excursions, 1'7.35., som each Tuesday limit ten .

days. Not good in Parlor, or Sleeping cars. r '
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SUBSCRIPTION RATESi
.- _....... ...........,.. .. ,$1 00O4Mr..el. We carry the largest and Goods qiothIng .Shqes. .
Dry /
r.eta _th....... .. ....... ..... . lie most varied stock, of our line Coast Line "Norfolk Flyers. }.
....... _u....,......... ......... 16L .: ,) 'I.' '\ ':<; <"
in towQ. 1 > f!:,
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L I 85 69 '-
-and Notions. -
82 80
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,':EAU luiiiiiiiirilnllnin. except '- our .utliornmipondwta ; . 8 10 8:6.. t,
...d ,malt be..lnd by the wrI_. We 'carry none but the Lf. Klsalmmee' 20 a m 1 07 p m Lv. Norfolk p tt m
.e4 auetter will not... returned u".... freshest and purest of drugs Ar, 730am 700pm Ar. Jacksonville 2 20 p m 9 00..& .. .
-, ,eaaayd, :, at all times. *- tv. Jacksonville 030am 7 35 a in Lv.. ) 2 30 p u.9;: ?: m

........ Ar. Norfolk '. ... 7 30 a m 8_25 p m Ar. Kissimmee. . 8 15 p m 4 14 p m
at the FntefllM 1 aTUetonmee. Flags.
'I' ........0_. Your prescriptions are filled "

by a Graduate in Pharmacy H. C. STANFORDTHE ,Quickest Line! Double, Dally Service....

besides five years'actual exp '
I Friday, June 211907.
: rierce. Only Line Operating Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars and Pullman i I':

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the past twelve or fourteen years, Doesn't this mean something Standards Buffet Sleeping Cars. ,I

durlnff-ttbich time the present editor ? wVV Trains No. 82 and No. 85 carry Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars between

c # ofbe Valley Garotte has been .We carry sufficient; help to I VVVV VVV V Port. Norfolk, and '1'ralnsNot 80 and No. 8U carry Pullman ;

T'+ 'identified with the printing and publishing ,deliver your packages within. : iO.SCE.OL A' Tourist Sleeping Cars between... Jacksonville and Norfolk. . .'. "

business, in Kissimmee, few'moments after the purr :,
THE LINE
COAST
ATLANTIC
i nouarb job work has been sent out of ''chase. This is not idle : "

f'1 town, principally to the Drew Co., of boasting; but we want your PHAiiA.C"Y. Write for Illustrated folder cOQ alnln maps* descriptive motter. list. of "

j Jacksonville to have Kept oDe man business and we know we ; hotels, etc. I
For reservations or Information address '
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almost not constantly busy can
Y' quite please, : J. W. CARR T. P. A. Tampa, Fla. J. G: KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. '
,10' This would have meant one more W. J. CRAIG P. T. ,1\1.: T. O, WHITE G. P. A., Wilmington, N. O.. '

b, customer toO'our, merchants for all the S THE Don't forget us when in i; - t
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: necessities of life god one more : '

'f t' cltUen for our town?and county, and : Kissimmee Drug Co. LEADING kneed( of Anything "' ''' "''' ''''' ....
h S S
'I our publication would have beeD.. .
i l ; trensrtbened and enabled to do : Kissimmee. Fla DRUGSTORE in the Drug' ,;. C. A. CARSON, ....14...: N. C. BRYAN Secretary. J

It more for the public''' by reason of aooQoooooooooooot '3? :0=3: :E .. ,

W profits which would hare accrued ,' "; Line. "

I\t j from ,this work. As to the prices '"

} ; i paid in ':some instances our charge .H ,, _.. _._ ..'_____ _ ._ __ _ __ i Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

might have been a little more In

,1, .' others they. <<: would have been less, 2 A Bottle .ot ""6rbl 6" FREE to Every Customer f 2 i --- Wkol.wale.a4RetsI1D.olenla

an instance of which latter case 7 -
J JMACHINERY
1: {

L,," ;& week happened Tin:at. the Acting court Deputy house Clecfc this. t jVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVV IVVVVVi GOC :E::: I IESI: "

Io, 8. 11. Bullock was 'Instructed to -
secure blanks for the recently etablUhud -
t', County Court, and as this 1 1
kind of work has always been given COUNTY AGENTS FOR
; i i
the Drew Co., without question at
I
," to price he naturally first consultedDrew' Portable and Stationery Engines II A Y I I Celebrated CKATESE .
FertiJizc'rs'' s .
price list, after which we were und Hollers; Sawmills; Woodworking
called in and asked for an estimate. Machinery and Supplies. Con. GRAIN T C. 1

F'' 'r 5 ..We made him a price and he after p, ., plete line'carried in stock. Liberal _, Circular ..4 Price _
i, t wards showed us the figures of the tr
terms.Vrlte' for
catalogue.
FBrlah) O. Application./
above named firm which' were in 1y State agent for the Old Oars and i
instance than twice s .
every more at -
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et. w.oi: iacoheeEeiglues. ,
much a ours., We took this work at Address' all communications to ry .
,,+' a lower price than Is our custom in -
1,4 order to keep-it from being sent out j MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY HIDES FURS WOO.
of town but still, at more than fifty -A
'I ,+ per cent less than the other flrm I JACKBONVILt.Et__ FL*. elm: : $
1r 'offered to do it, we made a Paint and Paper1Improve toes Distance Pboee 874. 22 < 11; small profit.. During our entire ,
,
tt' ,, residence in Kissimmee we have and prot.eotqourhouse. -- ;'NINNNN"",,,, tt4N1tiWt1A i ih ihT
never sent away a dollar to buy will bring
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any. be pleased to my 1107 --------.--------------------- - --
',l thing that could be secured at home, sample books to your house and T-r Bjtj- -rNORTH .j""IBTip ----. ------------- rw--pr- --- jsxx H _____ -- -- . -_ _. __. --- Ir

though we have probably seen more make any suggestion'! \ in the latest .. f K1SSSIMMEE. ;2I .
'; PHONE NO.
y ;, bargains advertised in the various decorations- that you may desif e. ,
newspapers and catalogues which Drop me a card and I will cheerfully "
come to this office than all the furnish estimates on 'J
paper John B.
balanoe of the town put together. and painting1 : : : : : : I G. W.Grlffin Stetson University;
,I
.Therefore we feel that we are not Inconsistent ] .
when we come to they i' ,

Yt business men and ,ask them to give IEO.GE A. BAITER; 4 FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. : ,
u. the work they are sendingaway. ,;
f Fancy Family Groceries. DELANO FLORIDA.
; .
'Goy.oBrowarc1 .
-: m has done one ORLANDO. FLORIDA.. I
tblnar at. last that him F Affiliated With
Droves to be L University of Chicago. '
':., -- ---- -- > -
I above partisan politics. and pos- --- Fresh Meats.
j MINd of a will within,him that personal = irl&uste. Liberal bile*.-The ... theme of the Dnlrenity of dhloa.... Bk&- : "
and influential friends eannot! -WE ARE AGENTS: FOR-- nod a reoulve ( degrees from both tttelaon and Chic.,.. Bee the Chicago': and "
Deliuerjr Every Day.at Hour. Patronage Solicited. glelMin catalog* '. 1
1' tit any .
turn when be think he .
Is We ..
right <"UradaaUii ol thle College art admitted to practice law In Florida .I.
'refer, to the appointment ,of Mrs. I International Harvester Co. ..&4 ties 8ralkw-......--. .A. .--.aAs.ftu8cstluetr. . out ecaminatlos..
/ llarlab, Gilbert ai Treasurer ,of Colleve ef TechMolocy: : and School ef M.cbsdo'Art.-rieh..l.al. Civil Klectrleal 4
KnKlneerliiB sod Mauual. Tralninf courses ,tewllog U> dean, ,ta. Dew betiding, costly i
; n Osoeola County for the unexplred: Gasoline equipment.Collece. .
term of I ber husband who died on Engines.The ., .. ._- Benkln. In all IU braoohe IViokkerplBK by bert methods. ,
,May 31st. ,The position. wag wanted 4.. oummodloue Shorthand and bulldlnv.Preiwratory T. ptwrtUng..: Elective!: courteiupeu IB other epartmeiita.. Late Vacuity and f'

by; one who is. .a warm personal Best on''' the Market We : : Ac,4..7.-Gt'aduatfo..l't'pe, *to aptcr Hanard. Tale
Q friend and strong supporter of the Mlohli.n.\ <;bif.no>nd all Brat"a-ooll..... PrUoelon.' eu. ,
*-Governor and one' who could brlDK'.uch will make you close prices on ,Engines 'R. L. HARRIS. M. D. ,, J..8.. MC EWAW.HARRIS' Grammar Noraial ttchool sad Model In Scheol: -I. Klndentertea: IU own building 2. Primary and ,IIs
building. Iheae schools .
; Influence to bear on him that the .r eeparale eepoelally prepare rubllo /wbool r
and Pumps in running order ."' { teacher ; ,f"
) man would have found SANITORIUM. Music 8<:"_I-A la.OOO pipe organ, a down piano separate building lanefaoultr.. '
dLMmlio ... .. '; II
to refuse, yet despite the fact on your farm. thor" .". .. of .tud. ,. a
Art Scb.ol.-IV.w: studio, t' '
that Mrs. Gilbert was. the wife, of a ORLANDO FLA :',," : bi 'tM>n liae a faculty of 4X pl'O'.ra..4 lonuuotora. They bold degree from the Val... + ,:,
half brother of Hon. It. W.< Davis I ally O. Cbl....., llarviird, Yale. Dartmouth Columbia, Toronto, Wake roust, Louisville, BowOID. u: $/'r Crt
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the strongest opponent of the Gov- W. L. Van Duzor& Co. A Private Institution built and with all Utrvo t. Buoknell Unlre'ilty of Mlcblgio., l>enn..oo and other tInlv"rIUee, There... :
ernortn'the IBM equipped. modern over aaooOllO.OO'n bulldtde.sndequlpmeutnearl.squsrtrrof| ; a million dollar endowment* .
campaign lobe Governor conveniences for Surgical work and the aa endowed library of over U.UUO volume; beautiful. chapel with coolly urnliblncs.. lo ilud- '
anci'treatment <
wt turned down his friend and ,. care of lug Malned .1.... wlndowi,7 oil ptluUnm.at 1UO1W) pipe organt a UyunaiUm with complete j, 6
Bare the place to the lady: to whom it ---- ----- the sick. pparatu; an enclosed Atnlnllo Field running lrack. tennl court, bueball diamond and .,

will Indeed be a boon, yet. who prizes Rates $20.to $20 week which includes .rtdlron,beilde.....nwltntnlnn.troll, rnwing{ end other .po".; leparate bulldlogrfor men and f
per medical at- womrn: teD I. laborabttJesfor CheniUtry. Phnlr. HarutrloIoKT, Mlneroloiy. anrf BlokMyt t ., J
the generous action of the governor CITY BARBER SHOP tendance.Our nersl large muieumn and *hop*; eluctrlo llKhta.elertrle bell.noun heat, cement walk, *hll ;
far more than she' does the emolu 1 roodi brow *v.."ue.l tpaelou campus. .hn...bery sod trees ....,1." $literary, muiloal aud other r .
of the office. ,It, .was- charges for surgical,operations are moderate. .tudente'olube; lecture_.....;,Christian.. and not sectarian leaching.. The location la- ,.
besonluland
noble so4of healthful and the .p.n are low.
a the Governor end Now'Open for Businessin ='
he -"- Porcetalog., view, 'folders sod fuormat4m.ddreaa the President j.'
should be commended for -Taylor ;

County Herald. Patrick's Old Stand.* , LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. Lltt. D., LL. D.. ,1 1kJs

l, An item is going the rounds of toe NEW CHAIR, DECANT]; FLA. '(

press describing seven kinds of "town Osceola County -
killers,",wblob are listed thus: First NEW RAZORS - ------- -- - .
--
T50 C .. who #id out of town to do their W. L. W INN, (
'tradingsecond, those who are NEW EVERYTHING Abstract Company ,/
opposed to improvements third .HY.IOI N AND KOHOKOI! '
; those .
a .. who imagine they own the town; DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY 1:
fourth, those who ...Satisfaction -Guaranteed. .Y..s..c..tOna ... steertwr .
_ deride public .. ............ '
.
i 'plrite4 men; fifth those who oppose S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER.Real -:-.. .......a. r

_ movements not orglnatlag with. themselves 'OF* NO PAY Ew
t
fw )muvement those who oppose JK. J. W. SIMPSON : 1bt
vry that doesn't seem to estate WILLOW DALEWHISKEY
benefit them; seventh those who seek Titles examined and reported on DENTIST. Ct
to injure the credit or reputation of tb REVIVO Taxes paid for non-residents tr 1

their,neighbors. RESTORES VITALITY Instrument relating to real 4istat.e Office over Osceola Pharmacy. 1a
drawnCorrespondence "
'Governor Broward bas reinstated carefully OFFICE HOURS I\ 9 a. m. to 12 m.

,Hon. James W. Perkins as solicitor "Madaa I( Solicited. ) 1:30 to o:3Op.'m. 10II
Telephone No.
,of>> the Criminal Court of Record fort 70 Jun S. Ivr IIo
'Voluaia This Well Man
county. little pleasantry Janl 06-1:yrBOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ,i ia'f,
on the part ofh.. chief executive M. '1
'eo.t THE of He. T. RIVERS M. U.Physician '
Ute
State S1.C82 as Mr. Perkins .. .
cad .
CiIffiT'rEt& SurgeonOffice
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bad to be paid the amount of tbe :. .
alary drawn by"Free Pass" Brumsey : rw" c:. :Ft vurv.wsanYprods. ..,
,who filled his -a......-18 a. In Van Duior Building., '' ..1'r
place a.
fy 11.eu (j
( ) while her .a7"
, Jad.s. Biea oar regale their loat manhood,and I ,,
old men nav recover their youthful vlror br .-_-. KIIIIXXIK, FLA. tlI
.
u.lsg HKVlVex
Quickly and quietly reNerroiwneee .
."- '
1. Governor rd IxMt Vitality Sexual "
appointed weakne..suck aa I/et Fewer, Memory BROKERSREAL DR. I,:'
Mr.E. H., Sellards, of Lake w..u,.. _... FaUinir..: LESLEY W. WEEDON. I.,
City. D .and eflectaot ?* ....) or Send us $Z.85 and we will ship you in a plain 7.
.
State Geologist." .Tbls appointment. erne and ln study bualoeea _
.is for a'tertn of toueyear. or 1'11 1cm)7 cures
from this by atartln*at toM eeatof dteeaae. quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prepaid.
i date.. This I. a petition created un ..rv. toad..*! *!... kvll4 bit.r,N brlnvini a treat ESTATEAND VK. tAR. N08I AND THROAT. Try it and if yon don't find it all right and the V&
der the Crlll bill by lobe last legisla: .corl back the rlmk:(low..Ml*.hrek*an if re. Private : best you ever tasted send It back to us at oar expense l'' I
the
lr pr. .r yoMlV. American National
lure and carries Hospital
a salary INSURANCE .
of 12) ,500 pro.ebeadisea.e.lu.l.tockavttIORt7VO Bank Tampa, Fla. and your$2.83 will be promptly: refunded.
per. 14ILL., nootbnr. Ik can. be carried In Tnt JIOC''''''. Isn't that a fair offer r .iE
"- mall.S1.OQ per paekaee.oralx lor M.OO. Wi' MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXM. ,,_ :Remember distillers .
we are when
,
; so bur
', ire free aJl lee yon
sad
Po. I t t t to all III
cpnnael who wtk lv '
with a...____ 0........ free addreaa DR. OHAS. O. ORB from as yon save the enormous profits of the dealers
Don't let ;your child suffer with the.! LOYAL HCDICINE. co.. ..riAI BU...Ckkaaa. M ad AnAa attafkdk I11 and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are : ._'.. ,clill' P
( cough when you can cure it wltli Bal.' For sale In'KisRlmmee, Fla., by the t 1 DKNTI8T, yV sure of Retting our whiskey lust as it comes from l'
lard's Uorebound Syrup a sure cure Kissimmee our distillery without being tampered with id any ;
Drug Co.. druggists. TILLER1Real I
.:for ooufrhfi.i bronchitis, influenza. '. Office in Van ,Duzoc Building.; _yo ,' C4
croup and pulmonary diseases ---- ...,will aend '". w
BUI fourffullyou you "
b bottle and try it.: -'V Estate ,Agency. Phone No.' 78. .,(,, . \ l qnaarttaaufouurrALUNSIN LA '.CORN v ,I.. ,v
'BU B. Laughter B'halia Application for Pardon. j / \ WHISKEY forSZ.SO. Von 1
Miss.. 'f exprewprepcid. can't, '
."__, .. '
i:writes;. "1 have two children who by 'Tak.notice that I winos tile Arat
,t', I r"1'" .,,,,croup dies, but' I I tried must many say your different Uorehonn rem e!- Jtr.heard,1OT.apply**to.the. ties Pardoniw tbamafta. aa I may be Realty bought aid sold... MADAMB DBAI'I FRaCHFHULEPILLS. ?- any. Ourirefnndei* guanntee ta-rd rf Houses '
.;?;+ 7 Syrup U the best croup and, cough fore pardoaj for florida rented. IIS! ROeI with"e'IJ! : shipment'We iuake. You i" :'
.'. ,,' Baedleine I overused.'.' c vieted at the PfceHx> St.Glair, what wa ear :Taxes paid'andTitles v rk A__-- _.._ __ runnoriik when you deal with us u the owners'F I 10': SIf
L: i; ,Sold by,Itoberson's spring fore of tile Omit Court for i med 1 fi of company have resources of million 0I
: Pharmacy, Paawta Coanty.Florida of naaaknchtor.may .-* for non-residents.' ft s.werlr-a .:.=.:. = dollar :
.. I' k e1M.._ wm. w.Wrw. ..= and,will*do exactly aa we say.- I
. . _
"'fy 'The' Florida Agriculturist, the.besrrioultural .I tM___doe. U fcear 'aa....nterita. of I surance.Fire Life'a, d Accident In.J' f area W..a rwrw.w.-:;WwHf..r rW.wue..y -A MACONAAm THE SWIFT CREEK PISTOLING COu .r b''Ie

.1 . ''. paper in the State and 1 Dated UUa tri..ar of :J.u..A.: Ails,. t '* lcaLS..ee4.t.e.'ea, 5. ,w.w MACON, GA. ','
: for SL75
e VaUe'Oa&et.&e
Bonds.
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ttra Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Wade;the Tuner. Orlando. About seventy-five goats; for sale. I Florsheim's 85 Patent. Oxfords are RANGERS WIN FROM BARTOW.. Resolutions l .O( Respect.
FRANK VANS AONFW.Mr. I I the correct thing as to style: comfort,
----- --.-.-. .. '- '- Fine line of watches/ at the KlatlTn- [etc. Found at H. C- Stanford Co. Wheareas, In His Infinite wisdom '
TELEPHONE NO. 11. mee Drug Co. A: K, Drought made a business' only Both'dares Were Hard Fought and and justice It has been tbe will of our tl '
trip to Sanford on Tuesday Divine Master to take' from us ours
All colors narrow velvet Ribbon at Mr. Howard Kate will leave tonightfor theme
'I Much: SquafcfcliBK IB Last, : highly respected and beloved Brother-
II. C. Stanford Co. Mrs Malcolm of Lake. '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Waring;, New York to re-entervColumbia 4 |] I Walter H. Cosner,' and '
-IIY'- 'Col. P. A. Vans Agnew left 1 land, isvlslting; her parents, ,.Mr. and University and resume his studies, in There 'was something doing at the I Whereas, In His. death Friendship-'' I
for Jacksonville business yesterday Mrs. J. M. Lee. mining engineering/ local ball lot e.Lerd.7tternoon., Lodge Number 10 bas lost one of lts

w. a.OFFICIAL IMAFeaI. mission, after which he on will a on LoWa.hlnlrt.on1 Atlas Flrsle Overitreet left last Friday Walslngham' when Barlow's boasted baseballists most useful and active -membersand',
... ... . go Mr. and Mrs. J. A<
,- .. --. -- -- -- _-. .- lined up against our. our 'own- redoubtable the oommunnlty at large a true1 and
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- WEATHER REPORT. ntl.New summer normal. HaDJ{ ra. upright citizen; therefore be I..
the family of H. 'J. O'Qulnn, returned While the Bartow earn'played That while bow bv
...... .. for WMk ....sIDIr T'bura.day. to their home in Largo this morning. beld Resolved we
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A.JUlie IM tmp, Idea Patterns, 10 cents, at II. Mr. Charles Heldt, of Tampa, was fairly good ball'and bumble submission, wepoeat.tlameDaneS \'
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ball game yesterday.Mr. called to the fact that loose horses : at no time in the game did they .seem sustained, both personally ,and as '.. r
II... "In: .IL Mrs. M. F. Sears left last night for and mules are again getting numer to stand any sbowof winning Lodge. ' rr
- an extended visit to relatives at E. D. Hogan is cloliD 'OUL his ous'on the streets in North Klsslmmee. . In the first Inning the Rangers" Resolved.- That as we have 'consigned
different points In Georgia. She exieots stock of goods, preparatory to retiring managed to bunch three runs, which his body. to Mother Earth we.. .
JI'ridaJ' .. .. ... . lIB M :e to be gone all summer and may. from the grocery' business. put the visitors In a bole with the lid most humbly commend bis spirit; "to ,

8aturdar. ..:;::.. 91 90 11II M. .. decide, remain longer. left A certain well known minister bad on, Where they kept them throughoutthe Him who gave it and will cherish' -
Mme: .. . :.: . 110 asvb Mrs L. H. Ingram and baby concluded to go off for a trip this entire game winning by .a score I our memories the example! of our 1
.., 11I/ M Guide-Chart with each Ladles'Home last week for Arcadia to ..I.ILbe family summer but his appetite got the best of 7to4." late Brother apd tender to his loved '
...,. ::. 9'l M Journal At ANN'S.. of ber brother Dr. Simmons.Mr. '
oattern. the
Wed-s.r. distinguished'by '
ot him, and be decided to buy a This game was ones our sincere sympathy In this,' ]
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Sheriff J. M. Walker, who lost his Homer Cromartie left last I watermelon Instead. lack of squabbles which and usually hour of their breavement as well as "u
residence with nearly all its contents Friday night for Wilmington. N. C., : : the :players spectators, ours, . ,
,4 Fred '
and Mr. -llc-
Captain Gary the best of feeling prevailing through .
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last week has moved his to spend the with relatives..Mrs. I Resolved, That a cop '
bl t lIre summer 'I Connell two of Dane "'. enthuaialtJcba.eball'aD. ute be furnished the family. of onrlamented :-
Family temporarily to the rooms on are here witnessing the out.Earnest Kemper, of the Bangers in-' Tscribed
and
B. J O'Qquln and two sons, Brother a' copy
the ttrst floor of the Court House-
between that, city and the marie. himself the hero of the '
leave this morning;, for a few week. games game Incur minute book also a-
i THE LOCAL FIELD. A beautiful line of White ShirtWaists visit in St. Petersburg and.Largo.Klsslmmee's Hangers., Capt.'Gary Is manager. 01. by lining out..'. a four-baggar- In. ,the copy tothe Klsslmmee Valley Gar
at H. C. Stanford Co. the Bartow! team.- third inning. cette for publication "t'
< crop of summer widow.I Morgan Bass umpired'the Ifi.me.,, In ne.JllCUDlly.ubmlt. d.\\ .. '" '
l Mr..Roy Overstreet, who came home ers is growing fast, new recruits being Mr. L..J. Griffin, of New, Smyrna, a fair and Impartial manner K. 8: BKELAND 1 :

1+aAJaK from Bartow to spend a few weeks, added to the list almost every da;. is here on a visit to his sons;;' O.- 'W. :BH KBUWOT. J,,WI"' PRENTIS ,

." r had his ", &catloo.Jut. short by. receiving . I and J. C. Griffin. Mrs. Grimm came . .:.Tr'T"f 's e 0, e 0 O T a \. J..' R. GILBERT Ja.Cotsmltte. r'
dtteOn.boes:: .at DANN'S. notice from Jrni\ uncle that he was A useful present with'every ..purchase over with him as far a* Plnecastle Bartow..t. 1. 0 0,0. 1. 1 6, 0-4: 4 BTHX .,
needed In the store, and returned last from five .cents up, at the Cash where she.Mopped to visit. relatives, '

, "J White. Star Lau .ar-Clt.' Bakery. Friday Store., X F. LAWBON. I and.will be down,, later.' : ,JJNB-t;ILrtowPrstb. : Lady Essex 'Shoes for'women' an4'e
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. Tiller., location. Apply at this .office. Preston of Orlando, are visiting Mi.11 works I am prepared to Csr.an, JI1b ( shoes at'' low"'prices., Call and
Cornelia Morrison. Miss.Watklns 1.1 promptly supply bottled soft ,drinks. K np.r u .5y.luCroon. .. .".. .. see them at the Cash Store-; ,
.Queen Quality Sboe., all styles,,at, The local market was well suppliedlast the daughter of Mr. J. F. Watkins, Phone 120 and your orders will receive FUw.ro.,W.Sb... iArtnM M.Bwd.p.i. nd 2b'..f . ', F. H..LAW9ON.Because ., '
,U. C. Stanford Co. : Saturday with watermelons, practically manager of the W. -B. Maklnson prompt attention. a.., ft.t. 1 IAd4tr. e'F.r.t ,. .t '
the first of the season. Very Company's hardware store. 11-tf J. A Lancaster.Mr. t3 ,. ...... L f. Gotta Ie Applli .
!f Remember. Dorothy Dodd shoes for. .r. .. .. ...--.I.. a a and d ::, .
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ladles at ANN'S..', d' few white people could Bnnrtt, Ib St nJ ya. f. )
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t prices and the bulk of them went to See those Matchless American Charles Heidi, Superintendent of the d 'fltif .
i"1 FOR SALIII. -. A good Jerl ,. milk the colored population. Beauty'Corsets af II. C. Stanford Co.. of Agents and one of the directors of Tbe second Ilame'wall 'played this byourcity fathers the peratwM io. .. .f
cow. .' L. E. BARBJKAW., I the Florida Investment and Security morning, and,:unlike .the first, was broadening tbe. Midland will 'be .eon-* J
Messrs. E. L. i.e.leand Walter The Woman's Home Mission and Company is In town and informs tbe characterized by much squabbling ducted from Apopka. All rallroadI I ,
y' Smoke Key West Havana, the best and Morgan Bass returned with their Parsenage Society will hold a tea I at Valley Gazette that; his company has from beginning to end, ',the kicking improvements are a benefit fO the com=.
60 clear on the market. families Saturday from their camping the residence of Miss Emma Morgan just increased Its capital stock from being about evenly divided between munlty end should be encouraged Instead '
. be sandhills. The next: Tuesday evening. Refreshmentswill and fifty tbe twoxeams all of which seemed ,
"" expedition in } report fifty thousand to two hundred of dlnoouraged. Now Apopka Mr. H. P. Overstreet was an Or- a very pleasant 'outing and. be served and a free will offering thousand dollars. entirely unnecessary. .to a majority ,of will\ get the benefit of several thousand

lando visitor Tuesday. caught all the ush'they could use. taken The public is Invited to the spectators. dollars in wages. ,spent'there; Instead
Depot Agent Strickland, of Camp attend. Hon. C. A. Carson received a' telegram Morgan the umpire, seemedto of bere. t
< Six room cottage for rent or sale. yesterday from iLake City be Da.li level best to give both the
f boll, was In town Monday. Phone your wants we do the run.mn& This Is only another 'of oy t-:
Apply to A. E. Bearden. 22tI. stating that the people of Xke' City sides a square deal, but neither team wise, pound-foolish. ultroonservsytlve '
Attorney J. W. Oliver transacted KISSIMMBE- :Dave COMPANY., in mass meeting assembled bad 'could see It that way, and there was spirit that has, been shown in the.
Orlando Tuesday. You will find Dry Goods, Shoes,
business in ratified the action of the city councilof kicking and confusion throughout. management Of the city's affairs..

Have your house papered, Geo. Notions, Glassware Hardware, in OraDI..ware.TIDware facc""inmo.to, The County Commissioners held i. that city ,In turning over to tbe .At the end of the ninth Inning the Let us wake up and grasp a few of the a i

( Gilbert will give you eatlsfaotion. an adjourned meeting last Mondayand Baptist convention the building score stood five to five Bartow 'haying good things; passing our. .
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everything used the State Universityto In the first from
approved the bond ol Mrs. formerly by made four of her runs titangiving them a ,dose the" ,
, F. H. Law.on Is giving away a present with each purchase.' Marlab Gilbert, recently I appointedby be used in establishing: a Baptist, inning., Another Inning being' necessary knockout bottle\

present with every purchase at the F. !I. LAWSON. the governor to all the unexpired College.: to decide the game, the Rangers PBOQKKSftlVB. CITIZEN.:' ki i'a

Cash Store. Fresh stock garden aDI1I0ur seedat i term. of her late husband as county Hon. C. A. Carson returned homeWedDe.da went to the bat and .scored'two runs; . J'' '.
and family Bartow then cane in and only one
Treasurer.
Canova -
Conductor R. G. '
the Klsslmmee Drug Co.
, will return borne. today from their from an absence of man scored leaving the Rangers New K. of P; Officers;
outing. Mr. G. A. Beach was in town several New barber shop at Patrick's old several days during which he attendedthe again victorious by one run ,
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summer days last week winding, up his affairs stand. Service by a tonsonial artist annual meetlnf of the Bankers Some measures should, be taken by 'At the'regular helWednesday'evening. FrI.nd- ?j
1 Former Marshal Leonard Williams preparatory' to for his conversant with all the latest fads in Association Atlantic' Beach, and the Rangers to prevent a repetition of ship Lodge K* of P.,
. spent a few hours in town Wednesday old home at Walterboro leaving, S. t.., wherehe bartering. tf also a meeting of lobe Educational the scenes enacted on the grounds June 12th the" following

>. on his way to Orlando. will spend tbe summer resting and Miss Clem Hampton director and li limanager Committee the State Baptist, Con this morning, or the public, especially officers were elected 'to. servefor. 'tbeeosuelng >,

t'*. Miss Adel. Patlllo, of Osteen, returned recuperating before engaging; In business for the National Educational', vention at Lake City. the ladles, will lose, all interest, and term: v If
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t(, home last week after a pleasant again. Association In Florida, is sending The northbound passenger. train refuse. to attend the frames. J. Z. Roberson SImP.on-V- ; C. '
: cousins the Misses Following! is the score1 bj Innings i .
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visit with out circular. announcing the annualmeeting which passes this 'place about one '"
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Ladles' Home
*f Moon. patterns of the Association at Los o'clock, p. m. sustained *a small R'IIBuWw. \ ., Oyer.t.reet.-.t." of,W.. '
not waste material. At'DANN'S . ... O'O 0 0 1'el-a, 100 G. M.
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Cal. 812. The hmaD when '
rates Lou yesterday
July wreck at
1' Mrs. F. C. Bryan and cbildrn'cleft Angelos B.hgr.,0 0 01 i 0 g, 1..'0 0 2, S-7,, 1* ftv O. A.. Gilbert-M* at A.. ,. -
( left week for Marshalvllle. Ga., their Mrs.'T. G. Duke'received a legacy; round trip will be'(88,66. from, the tender was derailed and the Cbas..WUlaon-J. G.R.0..Tiner0.0 .-
f\It', ',' old home, to spend some time visiting of five hundred doi lars this week from Jacksonville, engine-put out of commission. The ,' ,"
* relatives.W the estate of a relative who died sometime The City Bakery is agent for the Bartow baseball team playing here Note. -
in and of whose yesterday and today, was aboard tbe
<.. Mr. and Mr. Harry W. Thurman existence ago she Germany was before, unaware. White Star Laundry-the. best Ip the : train, which was delayed'-about two All parties baving' cattle In my State'Comptroller Croom bas seaL

; 'returned home Monday night; from a The lady is receiving the congratulations -: State. )I 'bou.... They arrived, however, In pasture known as Mill Slough. pasture out notice, to Tax Assessors" statingthat

d ItWo. \ weeks' visit to their old home at of her' friends. ., If you have anV. laundry to send time to receive their defeat at the ,. are-bereb, requested'' to remove the assessment. for' State purposes Is .
This
;ST'; ermaDLoWO' Pa. away and want it done up In good hands.of the "Ranyers." them by June 25th. this year will be 7* mills. \' ;
See Embroideries and Insertions a HKNR7, SILAS., I an increase of It mills over last year. _.
the City Bakery. 25-21
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s Lake City High School left this The Pet.t.ew" Naval Stores.Comt
Blossom
with Orange Lodge
J? week a'ter! a ,leit of several days to The Bell Telephone Company has of'Loughman, have sold out
pan F. & A. M., and those members who
t&,, Uie family of Col. J. u. Moon. installed a long distance toll stationIn their holdings near Lough nan to were absent. missed a rare treat. Several
the Klsslmmee Drug Compass'sstore Blount McLeod and Crosby. Mr. H. HIE:INDIES) HOMUOURNALPATTERNS()
.1': ''7 FOR KENT: -Two eottages in O'Neal for the convenience .of the talk- who has been in active visiting'bretbren were, presentand
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threeroom.Appl, to conferred Brother J. M..Hsasell
and one oak, with glass door, and is a upon
W. L. VAN DDZOB A Co. handsome piece of furniture.. The with the new owners until they can get; in s> most imprestve! .manner. Ice

r.y, : See our 6. 10. 1C and 26 cent 'counters 'phone is fitted with slots for there-.-the capitalized run of t.blnlr.Thl.at fifty thousand. company dollarsand ,ils cream the evening and ,cake and a were very served-pleasant during occasion ; Don't Buy Oh( rime Patterns. - ..:

at the asst Store. You can getmany ; caption of coins of all denominations I is ,incorporated.Try was enjoyed. .. -
useful articles ai a very low from a nickel to a dollar and refusesto

price/and a present. with, each pur. work until you" have "fedthe the new barter shop. Every Patronize home industry by getting
", Lhlol..wand.up-t.o-dat.e: Sharp '

chase. kitty* !, clean towels, first-class ervioe.razors your bottled soda from the home fac 'Qet the Ladies! Home, Journal:
'Mr. Fred \.. Woodham, of Narooossee Mr. R: D.' fuller came up from'hls tory. Call up 126 and your orderV '
left this week: for England, place in Polk county and spent a- few Mr. Oliver fiuckner Howse Is back will be properly filled.. Exclusive. '
where ate will spend the next six days here this week.. .Mr.: Fuller says i from South Florida, where be bas lltf. J. A. LANOARTEB.A patterns. :stylesj; perfectr
the of his his grove operations are coming -on been looking after his stock of''cat i
months going over scenes1 finely. Be has 'ninetyfiye'acres Lie which Inhabit*what is .ordinarilya special dispatch tof theAtlanta fitting; thoroughly up-to-date. You:;
boyhood. the Klsslm Journal from Baltimore states that .
planted and under fences, which is splendid range along "
Dr. J. Ernest 611 more, formerly distributed among thirteen 'non-resi' mee river but the long, protracted Rev. H: P. Jackson: bas accepted a s.can get. 'these at\Ur- pattern cQunten
w with the Klsslmmee Drug Company, dent owners. Mr. ha.Lee,of ChurchTllle drouth of the past; winter'and spring call from the Fuller Memorial Baptist :

but now of Balnbrldge, Ga., spent ,. Md.,' I. .the largest owner, he was quite dlsasterous -the, cattle Church 10 that city and!expected Price 16 and i5''cents. < a, .
i Sunday and Monday here .greeting having forty acres, and t.o'-'Jlr.. Lee and many perished Mr. Bowse>ays to arrive in a few days to assume his .;" . ., .. ,
+ old. friends.. I I1 was given the honor of naming the_ however.'that' recently, heavy Trains duties. Mr. Jackson was formerly "
'Miss: Mabel Parker, accompanied plaofli which she designated uL te: have fallen and the. cattle that sur pastor of the, Baptist Church here; ': /, -x.'i'N: : : Tr' 1:', ",
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and Elizabeth left last week: to him .n iron house, and fine. Tbe drouth was f. many ' ., ,-
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THE:'iwthGIRLakD'uthE: IN TRAINING.Cartoon GUILTY To'Tlvs to' wkiu seems an unwritten \ JUNE. .

.. SCHWIITZJS, maxim of English life, Our cooking FOR

_; \ I ''' .the cooking of our working and, '' Body of Sanatort Entombed at Ok
agricultural classes..'!* abbut the moot Horn In Selma with Simple Ceremonies -

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jtp11/1/ I ) U is c:&id Lbalcno. ) hQndrod millions T. Morgan took place In Selma at 1 (t''L1DYII
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f wealth ot Franco by the sav-
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CHARGE ,
Jnc basils of her poo lo-C, O. Fry's ,

- .TT. .Magatlne. .? .,...'..:.J' ... ator for many years worshiped, and
. y his body was laid to real lu Live Onli
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Waa Vociferously: Approved died
Finding 0(. William .n, King: vlio more
Bf': Spectators In Crowded .....:.-- a than ,balf a century ego, While lu

Court Room, 'was vice lircs.'denl! ot tha; United I
: They Heel the Skin and Take Away 4E$5
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-- States Thousands wore,
Its Itupurltks.Fulphur .
;: ( At San Frar.claeb Thursday)', a Jury ... funeral, Including' deU'gatUma! from H

4- .\_ .11 S ,Ji ot twelve ot hi* people! declared Mayor lutlia heal Skin l>i,ciuca, end every city In the state.!' L
*r Eugene, 14. SclimUz guilty ot Aba give tile body a wholesome gluw. New Many dtHlingutshed men were also
''o\l4dou' lm\-< to off to a iiigli-prlced resort '
again, )) go CongreiiBlonal'
crime..of extortion a* charged '' on baud. Besides the
to get them. Tut a few upoourtila 01.n..ncock' '
him by. tho grand jury. party who acconipdulct) the.body .rome
I.Iquid Sulphur! in the bot'lIter,
The Jury wpa out Just one hour and. and you get a perfect Sulphur:! bath right WashIngton there wire present Vice

thirty-live minute H elected Charles in your' own homo President C. W. F-jlrbuuUii, Governor

11:. Capp foreman: and at once proceeded Apply Hancock'* Liquid Sulphur to theafTerteil Cower and the various, state officials,,

to, an Informal ballot. This 'was '' parti; and Kzcema stud other tnb- together with every uieuiber of the

cast verbally. und stood li for conviction burn) 'sUlif(roubles ere Quickly cuiad.: Or. Alabama COugl'l'uloualdelegatlon.'

f find 1 .fur acqult .:tl. Juror hunts, It. IIvTIioniA*, of Valdoiiti. Ua., ",ail filial The funeral train arrived, promptly!
of a pninful ..Idn); trouble, and' he l ti-aiNe.
a shoemaker cUJl.log, the dissenting at 9 o'clock a. in. and wee metf ae(
i it in the biglievl .urnui Your Uruggiat .
cort"conslating
vote. the union depot bya largo e
(i aril it.
) :: 1 Theu tile twelve men began.a
of the evidence, which- lasted the best cure for Soren, Tiniplni(; ,UUoklicadtl dlstlngulshe'd': Alabarntaus nnd

r } ," :--. --w- Sur for nearly an hour. At the t-iM'uf that and all inlicunlUl1 oD. (Jive a soft. , the population generally. When the

,'. -, l>y. licrrymnn.. in Washington: time the .Ural formal ballot was cast. velvety kliiu': train'halt d. Senator: 12. VV. I'ettnd, the
< .
$>; Jt was a written bullbt. UI\I'.| was unanimous -:- >t mm *H* ***----f 1 r venerable colleague of the deed senator

!, ODDITIES IN THE DAY'S NEWS -. . for, conviction.: .. AN ODDITV, A, ;ONQ NAILS.' was firt.! .to. alight. After he had

Even before Judg Dunne reached ussisted tho Misnes 'Morgan! daughters

OVER the courtroom, hurried thither by an 'Whoa Use Turned Out to Be Quite of the. dead senator from the train , .- '. ,-. ,,. :

:.pt:t, FROM ALL. THE WORLD automobile) pu receiving word that a ... Different. From Expected.What Had Been. tliey- were escorted to carriages la -

"
vcrJlc; had been reached nearly. a waiting.
the
on
A maq who had often eecn '-k.
thousand men had feathered in Hush In The casletVIIS then renfovod, and
lido of a building that lie paiuea
.
1E
J. SiitllX WAIST FASHIONS, I F1SI1EI) WITH HOXI5V: street and were clamoring at the his rounds down town a sign!; reading" It was placed In tho waiting \hearse.; A OUPESS.(

; : J-WS THE. MAIUCAUIHKKH, FOIl ANT IV TIIIIOAT. doors to, be let in. They were kept otti "Ccmout Coated Nalla\ ," and who had delegation of women literally covered -: :

Washington D. C.,-Letter carrIer Slirewabury. Mass.,-An ant aimost until the twelve men had been brought! wondered what cement coated nails::' It with\ flowers picked from Alabama's .4

. ., It they desire to wear shirt caused the death of Edgar Smith. o( In and gented.! could ,Jc used for and made III[ Ills native soil. The flowery were tossed 1

.. ;.- 'valste must wear alto dark ties and Shrewsbury. As Judge Dunne entered his chambers mind that they must be for use litwharf upon the casket; until tho dfIuf( the
This has bee\ determined Smith ta an nthletj and takes long
neat belta. something \liKo that
the Postoftlca Department. walks. carrying his lunch with Mm. by a rear way the crowd nursed building or hoarse were closed- unit thin eoloiun,
officially by
: An ant dropped on a sandwich ha Into the building from tho front. under water. whore the comment on march lo me church began. *?t-

A few days ago PostmastofCJenr was eating n td lodged halt way down Judge Dun no took the bench at !them would protect them aga'.n-it rust.loarnctf Arriving: ul the church, the casket ..pr'.o Calii'rrh In wef: clew '
received .a letter from a his throat cllnulns/ : ,, to the. membrane ho ( upon Inquiry that the foment THiuui
l Meyer once. "Let 'the jury be polled, was placed lu front of the altar. Then fined Spfing disease, "
nail carrier suggestion; that the by Hs mandibles.Two ,)n the nails: did indeed have a protective '
..
The jury was polled and who far two long: are iIiet
postal regulations state that carriers Shrewxbury physlclana were said quietly. purpose; but thU purj>o..e turned came the musses, symptom fnbovo.

when wearing shirt waists. must wear unable to release Its bold and Smith on being asked for the verdict Foreman ,))ut'to be one quite different from hours took u last look at the distinguished A tiottli of l'e-ru-na

dark ties. He then continued: was being| tlckljd to death when Cappr said, very slowly, and: very Hiat ,,':'lcl1 he hind Imagined Alabunilau. During those two 'lakttn Ira tltnarlll |>r..mpfarrral ( |/
.
-I desire very much to know taken to Worcester.A low "Guilty." cement coated hours !ten I thousand! perbonn' wended II.dO'edse'
., "whether the wearing\ of ties l Is compulsory waxed thread with honey on it I For the coating on the roiiriw oj
for a member of a religious was worked down Smith's throat bya The silence was broken In a hundred nails: la dnslgnod not to protect the Ihofr way through the .church and l>.ibt J-iioiri am Spring Caar,9r

,sect that does not allow its members doctor and the ant finally seized ir places at once. _A long drawn jails. thPinarlves! but the goods. in the I tIm ra"kel.Many .

I to wear ties -at all. Does not the and was pulled out. "Ah" ran through the crowd.: 1'h(>n"Goo.1 booa 10 which. the nails may bo beautiful designs sent b) peoplw HICKS'CAPUD1HE

'z Constitution of the United States Insure Voice In far corner Irlvt-n amid thin In a manner thus: to world .
cried a a ; in all (purls of the were
IX
religious: freedom to every legal MISER SPENDS;; $:3ooOo mind seemed
clthen: T" '. FEAR OF BEING 8LAIX. and "GO(d: good! echoed .another Lbu man of Inquiring remarkable. I strewn around the casket. Thoij-; wasa

.. Postmaster-General Meyer reply- Pulaskl, Tenn.-Stricken with the spectator farther In (ron:. lUidolptiSpreckles liilte T.ie novel cement and coated nail in a wire huge wreath of rones-and Miles\ of

leg; to tho communication, said: fear that he would be murdered for whose wealth: ui.idf possible the valley from President and Mrs. COKES
more
Under the postal 'regulation if a his money, Wlllla Smith eightyfouryears the whole bribe graft prosecution nail lu these days there' are lloouevell. Another bountiful wreath ALL ACHES
; letter carrier,wishes to wear a shirtwaist has flooded the country wire null!: used than cam.' tla 1\8.\ be-
old _...
walking swiftly down the Honolulu by "... "---
he must also wear a turnfowncollar with 130,000 In quarters and halt was ause wire nails are cheaper; they wan ordered from W "t_$0. 'Ienc.-
with a dark' tie and 'a" neat dollars, which he has been hiding In aisle ng the sentence fell from the ost about the Fame by weight, but "1\a\ 'clt." Another" was ordered by cable -- Tvt.l"

( tt_ belt.". fruit jars for many years. foreman's lipa. He sank Into a nearbybeat there art more wire: ualla to the from friends In Loudon. In addition :Though the half )yearly oetllr 't't

The money was coined two generations as though arrested by some pound, and so wire nails bore, com there were hundreds of floral ot the Industrial Bank of Japan
I.JUTRIEE) FRICXCH ,WOMAN"RKSCUF.n : but Is not worn. Many
ago sharp command: into widespread common use for from Confederate, Veteran amounted to $350.000. only I 10.000as
( : TOO LATK.Paris. years ago. Smith- put some money in a oBfcrlngti "directors' fees and
them being for
.. bank and the cashier at once paid It All over'the house people were many purposes one of Daughters of the Confederacy commercial paid out
.*-The wife of a farmer ot out on a check. Smith saw this.and Jumping Und\ some of them turned found in the nailing together of liuny: organizations and private clt- bonuses.'* .

.,<: Mount de Marian, in the Province of withdrew his money. saying he Would at their elbows and torts of boxes. the
the strangers ail
Landes, was burled while in a state to Urns; generally from over
that drawn -moreacily
with be
'" not do business a concern A wire nail can
;I1 of catalepsy. '' thrust out their hands. enthusiasm -
would not keep his money ,..be ler : than a cut nail and BO with 1 laze south. -
.\ The woman bad suffered from a'' ot the long-looked-for mome>ut. and vieh were
than that. box and Tbe funeral s'rvlcl'
lingering illness and death apparently ikellbood of Injury to the ,
took place a week ago .. The said: "Shake." Ihli might seem only another r'ecomnendatlon meld at 'noon, were, conducted by Dr.

V ''bodyVallnterred'on Friday and for GIRLS OX STRIKE "The Judgment of the court will be of the wJre call in cOCa hP.. DIckliiHon, pastor 1 of 'Church
some unexplained reason' the grave FOR MIIGICK IO'RY.Paris.iI'he pronounced on WednebZay, June 27," Ullt'. as li reasonably might be It one Street Methodist church, and consist

I .was not filled at once. most curious strike In Dunne. were the and
0 said Judge jf tbe cftilef considcratlpns ed of scriptural rcadlgH, lIon"s
.' The following the :Monday: manwho stifled France 'is on in 'the' suburb of "The court .will. at this time listen preservation of the box; 'hilt.. the primary prayer. Tho church has a Heating capacity
grave''heard
passing '
was Cranges-le-Rol. near Paris where the qf l"ourletbe -TJj7
'.. cries proceeding from It, and ranto "out" demanding a larger to any ,mJuon that may suggest itself consideration Is, < of 1,100 and e\ery seat was
girls are
( the bouse,of the Mayor' to give Information marriage dowry for the annually to the Pt' secut o.I'; ">'i ,,"ii '.. ,.: 'ri protection of. 'the I boss con lents,; sal taken with!;;: tnanyvstanding.! '.A stillgre"aternumberj t#
', ', '& '': :ls',where' the cement: ,coated!mail i, :
tbe lere
:
elected "Rosier,, 01' Queenot ';: Districtttorne Langdonroapur8ud 'erej-tinabia. lo gain \ .
V, "na.'Kayor'lumm6n.d a.doctor and Rose. *. -ftfte' ' *'''..f -'* 1 'the ulua way ( "
hurried oft wIth him to the cemetery. The .f Rosier*?.', la.Vchoseli/, JL from [) VII [ leemed]novel 1,.and reins rkabl 'rC || udolhssloll l'I t.I"" -
d't; '*
;m .When the coffin was opened the woman among the: industrious m unmarried j .:';' be laid.It I K.WJlh"UlDe and the'opporUinity' Che11 inside' made a convulsive-effort to \ nyO j'" rnean.1Yasked:j: Judge, Dunne -
., ' women under twenty-five and the cover'of a light box*wire nailed could every door to keep tho crowd out..Relative -

. ..- rise.T The'.- doctor; put his arms 'around lucky girl receives,. from' the" community !'that you desire the !'defendant betaken ,tie lifted and replaced and the nailsedniven *, and national and state representative I

.- 'ber and raised he? to a sitting position. * Six
Her heart was still beating year declined to serve Baying the of senteace?" in the \box and thits there was theirasslbillty seats directly In front of the Made Safe it..rk .

bat she died shortly afterward. um was too small. "Yes your honor, we think that \ of the abstraction of goods 'altar. The church exercIses were
U Th woman had torn her- shroud responded the stale. snch boxes In transit. For In- White Lead snd
should be done From
while- time casket
concluded- and need l l'no
to pleeesi In her desperate efforts toe moon jAn.44 Oil ,,
TIGER IMDGKS BULL of shoes might betaken .'
Mayor Schmltr who wan carried itance a pair hearse the
0
: cape from,her living tomb. was being returned to the argument, iwsdvertiiinK
AND CHARGES CROWD back to Jail at first .declined to make out of a shoe case and the band outside the church played Lead to

- r flOOP.dAEDEVAtIEViLLE ._ Colon.-The arms-carrying: habitIn any statement but later by advice of cover put back without showing any Light" Many wept as the maintain them'tclvri .

OlfACHCRCH.A ..-1. ..,..., Panama City CAme In handy at tbe. his attorneys he dictated the following I signs 'of tampering. And with this strains Kindly the favorite hymn ot the as the tx-pt
of and economicil
last tiger and bull fight. requirement for It along comes the most -
Philadelphia, '.When the Rev. Three thousand persons one-third statement to the Associated Press: i' Inventor of the cement coated nail. late President McKinley, .. warm paint yet known to ,
1 .Charles Tt. McCIellan D., D.. pastor the "No matter what the decision ot' man.-Thedf fficulty bit -
; ot them Americanswere In covered flouted upon
wire nail friend of Senator Morgan
,[of the Fair' Hill Baptist' Church." ofJthls whJcb. i II simply a been the to be
fur buyer .
the broke under most
city, suggested to his congrega' grandstand when and made tiger for the the jury which was gotten with a very thin coating of material the noonday air. Time procession to always sure of the purity't \ I
of Its
t |I Uon that the churchshould be sur- out pen adverse circumstances, regarding myself that makes the nail. once driven stick Live Oak cemetery was even larger of the white lead and oil. $\ ,

.mounted by a. roof garllen.' where a crowd.There was almost a panic but a I'5t1ll maintain and affirm that ,i BO tlgbtly that not only does It bold than that from the railroad station We have reflUtered the II II I I

,iTaudevllle show could be'held la fusillade .of shots ended the career am.absolutely. Innocent' the 'crime more securely but it can't be drawn various; delegations and trade mark of the Dutch Itoy pamlrr I
tho church
.,.w..rm weather to attract men women of the beast after he had gone charged. and will tight the case to the without, marring or breaking. the box. to. to be the-final proof of quality, gen-i .oJ
.
thorn being
: and children to Gospel services. those distinguished visitors among and purity to paint; buyer
present manifested their approval by through the tint ten rows of aeats.WHOLE .' I last resort. As I saId before my trial -Xew York Sun. Vice President Fairbanks and Senator everywhere. When thi trade markappeart '

,. subscribing 912,000 for'' the. project. TOWN-BUSY I did not expect nor did 1 receive fair NOT PIT TO UEP1AT.TeacherWhats Foraker having arrived mean on the keg, you can ba nurfc
c The Fair Hill congregation is composed decent treatment at the hands ; tint the contents U. Pure White ,
or even
'. largely': of mill workers. PLAYING MARDLKS. your tatberaname while. Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. "'
Dr. McCIellan said;' "Too many Sandy Hook Ky.-Marble playing of Judge Dunne; and realizing his T All the business houses .were closed '

r1 ,r lot our people find the church unattractive Is monopolizing .tho time of men. prejudice I made every 'effort to have Tommy :Mucker-Why, Mucker, o' and emblem of mourning bedecked SEND FOR BOOK .

We must ,offer something women and children at Sandy Hook.. the case transferred to any other cause. tho 'route-. }!:\.t"ry. "A Titlk'na. : Flint." .1.!.... mlnaliU Inform .- ,.,,;
building on
;_' to draw tbeid from the playhouse, the Everybody- playing the game. Judge In the state. I do not take this Teacher-I know; but what's hit every lhe'bl'ell; of Industry had stopped ti.o"tbo 54441..'b)...'. .b ko aaoo"- ....jt
It where
and the saloon. neces.
poolroom
.Gray-haired menand women enjoy It full ? What does mother "
makes your
as a defeat, and the decision name NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
nary we tnust supply a free lunch for thc tlmo. The services were
much. children.
which aract.seo men to the as me all the more determined.. seetrand call him 1Tommy / i I* *ktrk, many who is ready of Ui< reading of
?
_ "f Even Judge Hargls Mucker-When he's full I simple 1 consisting! fttff ft ntarttt fit* '
? naloon. for trial. charged with killing Dr. secure Justice in another court. the Methodist ritual and a prayer.. ., :N... Ynri >,. . ,. .;....'.114. ) I
$' f -' with don't dalt'ted tell yer. mna'am.VENT 'i'.i..11. .u.i tout": I'hll...
.f in "the court-yard .Idrl.
Cox. plays ..
T I drlnbl.' pub.| -wU H.Vo. Pi. ,
4:.. :roREB WJFrSDiSOUNIA. other prisoners all day. JAP NEWSPAPERS WARNED.. burch iN.tlun.l' |.- I Oil (;,0.1 '

; BY STAGE DEVICE.f \ TO TEA "L' AGUE" GOES GLIM.'ERING' .
.
_ '
FOR \
SNORER SHOT
# ,' I Cleveland Ohio.-Jitnes,Benham.L Mikado Calls Off Publications Touching And It Wound Her Bobbin. -
.? grocer baa cured, his -wtfe of nertToas&es WIth BEAST IN IOWA. -_ American Question. Many Third Term AdvocatesCaught
., \ and insomnia by stage 'Oskaloosa. Iowa. -Richard UardIng' -
: a. Tea drinking frequently affects Schemer.
The newspaper men of Toklo Japan by a Wily -
device. alcoholic'snoring: while sleepng -
people as badly coffee. A lady In
as
_. ;I I lIe'saw'ln.. medical Journal that behind a hedge at Dnrfee mining ,were summoned to appear before the Salisbury,' Md., that she was Scattered all! over tho United States j:
'", , ,th. patter of raindrops on the root amp: ,' caused him .to be shot and home department Thursday, and were says u"le are 30,000 people who are wonderingwhat '
.' "jwould.. cure sleeplessness. Getting kilter!.b)' friends who mistook the vibrations then officially, advised to abstain from compelled to abandon the of cot- : has become of ""The,Roosevelt
;" ,,' theatret\ employ to help .him. be of Harding's uvula for the fee a 1001I'maoT.'ean ago,becauseit with
4>,:- :rlXK.d up a thunder and lightning snorting of a :wild animal. .The slayers publication of any matter of an In. threatened to ruin her health and Third Term National League.

;' ;. ''t maker on the tin root of bis,house surrendered to the Sheriff. flammatory or agitating nature upon that she went over to tea drinking headquarters In Chicago. Somewhereis !

_ ,',,. 1:t near'bis bedrooms, When darkneu the American question. I but finally she bad dyspepsia so bad Edward Homer, who Induced th6

r f mama -sent'his son out with .the D1E1 IN ROOM AVHEKK Several Thursday morning that sh. had lost twenty-five. pound thirty or more thousand cftlzens to
papers
I garden hose 'tld urged, bis'wife to HE WAS BORN. and no food seemed to with 'fti-!
,.j: so to bed. saying! it-looked like rain. printed photographs of the wreckage her agree want Theodore Roosevelt for a third ; -

,,"'": Soon the ;.rumble oC thunder" and Wilmington Del. ;Born seventy of Japanoue restaurants In Ban' Fran. term, of Collars' worth. expecting: that
followed years ago In' the house at No. 4OShipley : She further says: "At this time I
ashes of lightning were byth would be engraved on
:t the roof street."William H. Jack one Cisco. Tnls appeal to the eye coupled was Induced to take np tbe famous their names
raindrops on ,
). if.1 and patter in stew' 'mlnut I''ln.1' Beubam. of the best known menin Wllnilng- with strong words further Inflamed food drink. Poitum. and waaso much parchment and presented to the chief Libby's Corned Deci -.

o'. ..was asleep. Benham says the trick ton. died from paralysis In the room pppular Indignation. pleased with the results' that I have executive, of, the United/''BtateB.
in which., he first the ot Hash
light .
saw day
,cur ._ .
bs worked a complete "; never been without, It .In e. 1 commenced ,
., ,' '" itrntenre Assault/ WAS GIVEN SECOND ORbS'. to Improve 'at once, .-againeimy FOUR NEGROES DROWNED. It ,.ad. with th. clad aattalyin* Bator
Lit '
:For -
( much.
.
I7 rlMrndJy Act Costlilm His Mfe.f \ of ,flesh'and.went you njoy ao
twenty-ttve'pounds
.The'first life sentence ever Imposed ? Frrpared from the mo*! wlaet Bml
'
'*% .J'ust aft'er'he', bad Laid\ ; "Thl U Difficult' It* Hanging aNegro' .. some beyond, my usual weight., lit Llbbr'a Gr.. tWnil Kitchen AbaoiHta -
in'Indiana
for: Criminal assault was Experienced ,
'- e t the last, time I can help>> youAsa Wr ,Dathlng In River and All Cot parllrtnd claaiillnmia inaraatMd..
know to'be
"I
Po tum .
goo pure -
given to.Qeprge T., Anderson, at Bhelbyvlll4. Jacksonville.Fl*.
t w.er.was killed rtt Thlr A D.lZcl.e. Dish 5. 0.1cC 5.r..
a .
I
; Depth.
Van KeureiT Byond
.
I Anuerton 'who Is forty and healthful., and.there never...u .. .
% Hill; N. Y. by being >i Alfred Sargentcolored.- was bang- vk -Llftby'i Cotn d BccrtHuh.whll.la
,
flush ,
Pin -\ be I jeers'old.! was convicted of assault- : an. article and never will' be. ,I believe ' 'WhUe bathing! in /be.Manatee, river, .the tin placid la bolllnf botaiw lor a trw
.N : ;,? cncght: nnder a fvlead;a log to which take Iroui was'v''helping .nIn Ling bis xln .)"In.old alec*. ,""l'bo.lll ed' in ,Jack onTllle,.lu."Frldny- Jor the ,, that does'so surely take, the near' Palmetto, ,Fla., Wednesday Jas.Jones' minutr*. In or tin removed oitm irom lora (|nr h. minot.s-tin iut.brownxl ..-

... ..' .. ;,ok4ag lucli a .en.:anu9 possible was' '' murder of John' Skeeln. ,lie Confessed place of coffee aa Postnm Food Cof Pearl and Ada Swl1l1e and 'Ar- makcs a matt dalightlulaatn*lorluacluoaDrdinovr.
w'in .
,. &: '1 -" -. -i--i'b$1 \ ugd b11.8. last Legislature,' collapsed, tainted and had to be. drag fee., ,The beauty of U all Is that it Is DIe Randall ill 'cOI red, goY' beyond i ,
A k for Ubr' end
' { yo rTcr
n'l'
. J L TubercIilosv. ; Milk. I |.I ioiu-r j Commlt>> Muk-idc L. ged: to:the gallows' 'After'' hanging' five satisfying :and wonderfully nourish. : their'depth and" were,, drowned before Insist nose cettuis! Ubby'a.
.'," 1 .'(01'0 the :tU"I'JDu. ltewas'notdead t ing. ,I feel as it I could not sins Itapraises '
pallOr read >: minutes it was foun4 McNelll &
Ji :Avibur, .'t. Hammond' of 'o.fq all, 'cOmld' 'reach'; ,them., Dragging ,on I LIbby, LIbby _
.,..eeua.tis: >> : too loud.Read "T" Roatl -
,",-',\' -"',audolare4..fliA. ubel'e101l1Al. 41et uf, r'Y gtnUl1tUd .Bi'.lflUo: ia Jcu: In 1':1I1I111"t-': and, ,he' -Was' hauled'i. "> ana given' a to, WeHvlIle/-. pkgt. ''Therss k the river resulted la ,the recovery oj IL ..Chicago

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:DOUMT SQUELCHEDCzar [' !I DIFFERING DIETS. f That oar American forests. abound ill 'WORKING; ''WOMEN: ; 1'n- 1

,- (plant which possess,the most valuable ,
'One Man'a Food Costs some $9.:>00 imodlclnal virtue Is abundantly attested

'Ins'Seventy Years.' ,by scores of the moat eminent modicatwrlten WHAT THEY SHOULD: KNOW
and toachers. Even' the nntnjtorodindllns .
A mixed diet makes things a great | "- '
Knocks Out 'the Lower deal better all'around.. One pound of had discovered the usefulness i .
ot many native plants before the
House 'Rush Parliament bread, one-thlr4 pound of lean meat advent of the white taco This information ,

and one-sixth of a: pound 'ot butter Imparted freely to' the whites led Q f ,l,4ti{ r at'
dally would strpply almost the exact the latter to continue Investigations until' '
Idea proportions. In seventy )years today we have a rich assortment of moat (vLFx'4'

UKASE FROM THE THRONE: 83,000 bounds'ot.. meat, and 4,000 valuable American medicinal' roots.- i, ?''I'I'

. pounds of butter 02,000. pounds !la O O: O _
\ Dr. Pierce believe. that.oar American for
all St. Nlcho .
costing say, $9,000, says
? ..'- attfcutd In moat.valuaole" medicinal rootsfi
Nicholas' : \as. a the cuThjjf moat obtlloate and fatal dla- ; e i ddyf 's:
Advisors of Found That It ,If a man lived wholly on, fish, he e eqra, It w wobU properly Inveatls-at. them ,nI!nik : ? tiI!! uDi.i ?'.

Was Impossible to Curb the. Con would require eleven pounds a' day, pot.n i lOwJfiTunui wltb IIrI of. .ILLS.1"'t conviction......r. ln.befovcry. .' I.''i ij'11Q; li:! l ,

stant Clasties with the \4\ or 275,000 pounds In a lifetime-say, sna, r".M". 1ill: .. "n I"- .....11',... nl, ,
a fish 70 feet long by 30'deep by 10 : ." which Ii ms nroTen t\f\l to bo
Government. thick. If he lived on rico alone he q l-aTr.OitJlluuulmat4 +lCal
<. heart ln.t ,a nil rffulTtgr.1 and, b l">>d;
would have to <>nt three pounds a cleanser kmmn to medlcil jflenpe. Di'.p i>-
A St. Petersburg. special J says: ,Em. day or 75,000 pound Ui a llfetjme' ala. vt n igeslton. torpid li Yer. Tuncttooal 'hlIPFu
and valvular. and other affection of
'which furnish, him even
>eror :Nicholas affixed lis denature an amount would tbe heart. field to Its caraUre action. The

Sunday morning! ,to an' imperial ukase with about 60 per cent more heat reason Why it cares the and many other 1
than he bad any lisa for. By combining affectlona, la clearly shown In a little book .
abolishing the present duma and ororlng' Bsh and rloe; however us the I of ettract from standard medical worka MRS.SADIE: ,ABBOTT, MRS.PREE: ; .. ",' .. ." "v
which li mailed fn.to any addraaa by Dr. R. f.
d( that the' elecaoneet l members Chinese do. in the proportion of-pn V. Plerra. of Buffalo. N.,Y. to all sending Women CHALL MILLER, :
for the most spend
lo pound'ot the former and two ::ot the .1'aQfor the soma part Mrs., Pree- { Court Reporter, Colorado
to 1U successor, which Is, meet their lire at home, and It is these
latter he could live well.. The O0: O: Wls., writes | '
very \II\ iI women Mho are willing and ambitious Colo., Also Proprietor Mil;
November 14, be held under the'ndWV relative cost In this country would ,be I I Not loss narveloua' In tbe unparalleled that their homes shall 'be kept neat Dear lira., PInkham i -

election law1, h 'c t provides against about 30.000 for fish alone', $6,000 'enreeIt j peeolltt la conatantly affectlona'makingot weaknesses woman'sImany and and pretty, their children well dressed "FVr sit years I l '. Sehopl.,

the submergence of tho educated .classes for rice alone, and $7,000 for the two 'duowmjnadeHnMCrmenta, la Dr. 'Plerca'aFaTVirlteSPratcrlptttfntv _and_ t.tIyyho! do their own cooking, weakneaa I was ao my success w Professor Qlerva*;
uneducated masses, combined. : I ** Is Amply attested weeping, dusting and often washing go from three wets chargu of the Athena Husln'ea ;;
by the His hardest time however,* would i i by tbouaanda r-aia&Ucfi4te I tt n constitutes virtual patl 3a who hay been Vegetable Compound
'This act a coup jtrlbuted bin ful family ,who call for our sympathy.
'"Now I am once health or education.. -
be when be' tried to live on green money
c n b t a n
the work of such
overrides luo Truly a womanIs "
d'etat and epeclflc provisions work without a pain
vegetables fruits alone; avoiding _. 1'1' art ,r u nn "never. done" and is it any wonder can writ to me audI, roe, instructed me, made a 1
the fundamental laws of the . h etr
of bread and beans,'bolh of which play; I a n QReil that she break down at the end: of a gladly." me;> I think him the grandest '

realm, ..solemnly'lIr"lalmed by his such a part Jri vegetarian bills} of fare., ;latter many, dveHlaed medicines, and few years, 'the lack begins to ache, have ever ,met.. As,'a 'gentle-',

majesty ou'tho eve ot the convocation. Ot ordinary-vegetables, such as beats,' ,pbvalclaa*bad failed.. there is a displacement, Inflammation Women should an' educator, be'stands_ with

ot the first duma, which declare:that cabbages, tomatoea,"aud the ilko he e"O0: -qy:: or ulceration of abdominal organs, E. Pinkham's equal.
a female weakness la brought on, and ,
the electoral'law could be changed would have pounds dal. Both the above mentioned medicine are bold the. record ( 8eentsly
never to eat twenty "
the of that wife and mother'to F' A, Glenn
wholly made up from lie fljirvrlc! extract<<*of. struggle number of actual ,
without the consent ot parliament ly. Of fruits he would have to eat natl e. tnvdlclnal root Jho imrcitiMM employed continue! her duties la pitiful. Every. suffering of the Byrne Business

I lutlf.>l thirty pounds daily, and even of potatoes with Dr.In Pierre tiielr and manufacture they are carried ware original on br Lydia E. PlnkhanV, Vegetable United\ States is .. ,18 I now personally In, charge
The breach of the constitution la justlllt'd fifteen pounds daily. I killed rbomlata and pharmacists, wltb the Compound. made from native. roots following In..U. 'This
Athens. Business College.
On the .hand two pounds of( aid ot apparatus appliances specially and, ieros,'' Is the exact, medicine a bring health y
> : you
by the great Law of necessity; otucjr designed I and IIn'r; thin. purpose. Bothmedli woman needs whose strength is over life. ; is enough to ciTe the people
rye bread two pounds of potatoes Inee are entirely free from alcohol and ;your '
advisors of the holding taxed. It keep the .feminine success of the school.
tho emperor all other liitrmful. A organs In the
and a tastt of fat, either animal or ; I1rP'ff.1;: : condition.
under conditions full lint of their Ingredients on In a strong and healthy well and '
Impossible S is
It present favorably ,
vegetable; makes, a very cheap, well- each bottle-wrapper. In preparing for childbirth. and recuperating !Mrs. Plnkbam's '
lo secure a parliament capable of' co. balanced ration costing only about therefrom it la most efficient. throughout Georgia' and Is ana;

ojK raUng\ harmonious)? with the $1,500 In a llfetlu Thousands ol llflSCEIJLANEOUS: ITEMS. It carries a woman fcaafely, Women Buffering: most, prominent ecln &tOl'l/ol

crown to rescue Rusufa from! anarchy Russian poacants. live on Just such a ,Toklo' bank clearings last year '. through the change 'of life and in female weakness lie 'Is' truly] the young peo,

and revolution diet. were $1,760,000,000. an Increase of t. making her strong and well assists promptly commu.n tl. ''He will spare neither'
bed to be a good wife and mother.
The session of the council of ministers 9500.000.000_over 1905..' Mrs (Sadie .Abbott, of Jeannette, Finkham at Lynn, money to make the school

at which the decision to dissolve AI.MOST A SOMNAMBULIST.. \Vlth. a few cans ot Argo Red Sal.' Pa.. writes : symptoms given the demands of, the
mon In the Dear lira. Plnktinra located and the I and business offices. Pa
parliament waa reached, was a long Bill: "And he fs a good sleeper" pfcntry. and an Argo Red '
"I suffered" severely with pain "
II o'clock Jill Salmon Cook, Book, the' housewife ti in every way of recovery who wish to give their son.s _ _
one. lasted from 9 Saturday : "Is he'11y, that. fellow month and also a pain my left side. My ''
slept his head all always prepared for unexpected com doctor prencribmf'fnr me but did me no Taat'volume of a business training that
right until ,nearly 4 o'clock Sunday standing on ooe
end until pany. It can be served In many different good: ; a friend advised Lydia K.: Plnkham'i female Ills, Mrs. them for the practical duties!;'
night knew It be
morning.. The ministers had agreedupon never Vegetable Compound and. wrote you In '
the terms of tho ukase before i woke up To the morning" way, regard to. mr condition. I followed your has the very cannot do better 'than to place

Bill: '"You're joking?" Progress 'never travels far behindthe advice and am a perfectly well woman. The help yoar' eue. the hands of this prominent! ,
midnight however: and a draft. of the pain have all d\MPJlMred and I cannot '
ukase was taken Immediately to Pe> Jill: "Deed. I'm not! A' folding man who walks the way with am- recommend your medicine too highly." and always helpful.Mica I and his excellent corps, oft,,

afterward bed shut up wHh him in It and ho bition. Lydia r;. Plaknam's Vegetable Compound Succeeds He is a man who/wlll-rook.'
terliof where the
emperor never knew It."-Tonkcrs Statesman students'. welfare' morally as'

affixed hip signature. OFFERED WORTHY ,, mentally. {"

The dissolution of the Russian duma FITS,St.Vitn'a'DanrvlNrrvods DIReI\M'O t;ft YOUNG PEOPLE CRESCENT ,' to endorse such high 'c ...+' .
ane'.ns! directly out!; of the refusal of by Dr Klintt'H Ureat NerVe permnnpntlycnred 0 matter how limited educatlon. CREATEaT'"EALER KNOWN education, and recommewt
I
that body to consent to the demand Restorer f2 trial bottle and trratlne free *V your. moan If you or wliili a- .. lion Poisonous, NOD Irritating. Allays readers If Interested in 'thls)<
.. ,
Dr. H. B. Kline, d.tnai Arch St.,PhlU, Pa __' --.-.... thorough buaineanHaloing pain from any caiue. AM strong a* carbolic acid
mado upon It by Premier Stolyplu thatit I and Rood position writ today for sweet milk. Cure burnai instantly; cnrea old work,that they write. the Ath,
permit the arrest. of number of INCQMiPRBHENSIBliE.Willie : I Our Omt "..If.a... Offer, fIIo.......... ln pctndenre and provable FORTUNE gtiamn fOwcu. cholera, acre bed,,and roup.' & -
-What does mom mean .
Its members on the charge .of conspiring I' teed. JOD' del.-wrl. today.OA.A1.A. guaranteed. ''
against: the !state does not come by Bernard Shaw and Henry James, BUM.COLtr K. MACON. O *. Toes l.brasylnSCla..Jmst.va .... CKKKCKNT OHKMICAI ,

; ''had pop! I Learning la 'WIsd 'i'iVlth large
BO a surprise. In fact, It been-- a -
His Father-Hush, my son! You're MotOWaateful of Cooks. '
since the lower portion of the experience extracted. '
freely predicted ever not old enough understand such To lire to waste seems an unwritten & Company

hoiiBO first! met on March 5 ot this things.-Puck. I i"1"- SUFFERED TORT ltS. maxim ot Emgllsh'life. Our cook- ,
year that Its dissolution was only a ing the cooking our working and ,Axle SUCCESSORS TO '

question of time. agricultural classes Is about the most I & M MIL ..AN.
Hacked With Pain ana Night,
Day
The fisheries In Alaska have paid .Best lubricant I : '
The history of this duma. like Its wasteful cookery on earth: The aovtb PfH-ayth Bt Atlauata, OawAIJU
the For 'Yean.. ;
Government In than '
more
revenue
predecessors has been one ot almost Alaska cost the United States. This French ,peasants
constant. clashes with the government where the Argo Red Salmon is caught If Wm., Walter, engineer ot Chats. 'ell.- on :what we discard. lae in. C'H1N' : r ra
The deputies were Insistent on radical and canned. worth Ills., writes: "Kidney: disease It Is sale} that one hundred millions Makes a heavy (7)i. RY
rt was lurking; In my sterling' year are added to .the; national light one. Saves

changes and their persistence in systep for years. I wealth ,of France by the saying wagon and team,

this1 course resulted in what amounts -THIS UNTOLD JEST h had torturing pain i habits' of her people:-C. B.. Frt'slifagaxlne. ; earning capacity of

lo' n charge hy government that "I say D'Orsay.: ) have you ever heard In the side and '1'1 'hk dealer 4tJ
the duma was a shelter fpr conspiracy that joke about the guide In Rome back and the urine tour

and treason against the 'state J. who showed some travelers two skulls ryh was dark and full Paclers Gyrate _
The Alaska.
Iteuionstratlous: among 8t. Petersburg of St. Paul, 'one as a boy and, the other .. 'of sediment. I was tarnish the Association STANDARDon.
Government
hundreds
of
anticipated later ., as a nlan 1':. > racked with jlaln.day' ,co. i
workmen are thousands of
cases of Salmon
a
.
year
let and night, a--
"Aw, dean boy-no-aw, me
but the authorities are not alarmed. beah It."-Dos ton Transcript. could not sleep or Out of 340,000 cans examined by the

They profess Lobe: chiefly apprehensive eat.well, and finally; became crippled Government at Camp Thomas, only k

over the possibility. of ,rioting and bent over with rheumatism. four defective cans were found. This

and racial excesses In., Odessa and BLACK.,ITCHING, SPOTS ON FACE. Doan'a Kidney Pills brought quick firm packs thQ..Argo.Red Salmon.COMPARATIVE. t ,

Kiev and other cities where patty feelIng relief and,In time,cured me. Though '
; olnlotlasyaN
runs high. An outbreak of agiartan 'I'hjrslrlan onl'atlDcr* Called Despaired It Eczema of Jn Core Worst I more lost than 40 pounds before., I now'* weigh 200, Wheat, Beparstora. ,
ever
dleordera: In several regions ot the Knlcker-Ye*, that Is Cleopatra'1needle
Cntlcura Ilerac:
empire is also anticipated when the "About, four year ago l was Afflicted Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y., Bocker---Orea't. Scott! I wouldn't.
peasantry learn ot the dissolution: buta with blark splotches all over my face anda ,
spirit of quiet confidence in the few, covering. m," body? which produced a The less attention one pays to critics want to encounter her hatpin.NeYork t. ..V

ability of the government to handle severe itching irritation, and which caused the quicker they will desist. Sun. '
me a gnat deAl of differing to such an extent -
tho situation prevails In.administrative that, I waa forced to call in. two of the / -- ,
circles. loading phxiciann of -. After a thor < u :
ough examination of tliy. dreaded complaint ..S'YEt'BLDH? DP; RN I SAY HILL ON.EARTH.: '

they announced it to be ulcm ec''U'1ill its ,engines and Boiler supplies
.4 A TRIO, OF SOLAR SPOTS worst form. Their trrittmcnt did me no .. Shingle Mill. Corn Mflla. ,.' 1'

good. Finally I I hemme drapoiiaent'and d... JUICY .WHTTH: : '.:. 8awSaw TethPatnt Dogs, .

.Discovered l by Profaner of the Wash oided to diacontmua their arrvicn. Then my 0_, Feature mar strong Governor.' 'Pull |ln.;Engines *V'' ";

ington Naval) Observatory. husband purchaaad a tingle .rt nf the Cm.i. .;-,- ;!B_ ;<7-T : .."ri .. baggy building than .., Send for free Catalogue*. .' ;
curs Remedies, which entirely stopped the .eblcl"d w.
solar : _.- '
An enormous group of spot breaking out. I continued tbe use of the ., ,.:* ATLAHTA : ;

"was observed Saturday by Professor Caticura Remedies for six month, and .3 =#n "vr z .AUuita a <| Side ana Cntre\ ;
George 11 .Peters ot the United Stales after that every ."IotchV&II entirely gone. 0 I C Crank :

naval observatory! at Woahlngtou: with I have. not felt a nvniptom. of the ecxema JoII T -t' :
since, WHCI Yves. three years ago, Mrs. Engines
the photo-heliograph. TJzxie E. Fledge SIP( Jones Ave., Selma, Z r KCTS _
The group at .present consists of Ala., Oct 28. 3905" aw : Z ', LOMBARD.

I two large spots connected by a somewhat .E'0..1.. I Old, Reliable KuUnt aiul BoHai Writ u* hffy. Vn,, "

smaller one. The ,total length of A DISTIINCTION. 4i : Mik and. AuousTA, .- GAl - ;

the group is 63.000'milt's, while Its "So you expect to go to" the north :. JI-.....a'..' ....kDro 4CURED'

breadth Is about :30,000: miles. It is pole In a flying. machine" answered? the } ... it I:don(.*>!'.t toot hart when iklldr.li:\ ';
"I did not that .
teuth the apparent diameter . say 'G fla.ouln.Iwers.nnl' Blve {
nearly onc- '
alwaya veracious explorer. "I expectto tl 'd : Arold tai :b.=f:. ': ; s Qilok ",,
tea
of the sun and can be easily seen 9 tai pad. (or* iiY /.
start for the north pole in a flying .6 nndlttna of root of ere I Relief.
through smoked or colored glass. en' ,,",,101. E>* B.lv.. Atall h i (
machine, -Washington!; Star. DICKEY DU.VO GO. 1t_ all welling;In 'to>s*> \
.... days I sheets a n-rmanent eels
In jota 6od.y. TrUllrtmUnetU' ;,
CANDIDATE FOR CARNEGIE MEDAL Weak ayes : given free.+othi"aanbefa **,. .
-' Writ. Dr.H.H.8.*.">*See*,* N ;
made '
Are strong by Leooardl'a Eye Lotion, ,! 'SoeUaMat.*. Bn B.AUuIa. *
Man Saves Many Lives, by Giving Inflammation la cured without pain In ODe !.,.r
Warning of Cloudburst.A day. No other eye remedy so pure and heals 1 From wheehaamm.rratss 1VrIWl.'Ow..i
In*. Keeps the la working trim. It '.
eyes to poaltloa. ,
cloudburst :occurred near Din- makes strong eye Guaranteed or money The Ordinal "Break Plug" Tobacco. The Only, "Adverl.sed.Brand"'of -- tgraphy \ ..:
Va. the Norfolk and refunded. Druggists sell it at 25 eta. orforwarded" ff I''I
Siding. on North Carolina Flue-Cured
neys ; Tobacco th' 'd '
prepaid ou receipt of price by,B.B. ., The3oalMexi! : :
Western railway on Saturday afternoon ..Leonard! A Co., Tamil, Via.THE .Showing.a GAIN EVERY YEAR since introduced.' BiuiMtt CBOmW "

The 1 road .tracks were washed "
raj kee'ping _
out 'and the lowlands flooded. ,0) RIDDLE.OF' .TME SPHINX. IMITATED STYLE BUT NOT !NCNEW"Van..wvv.mV'.w..vvvV t ,'" School+rf ''. .
"
\ I 1.SNJ WlltKS: RUM Ttlalrtphf, .
No lives are reported lost but it Is The Sphinx wad propounding. a :...: (At25. UIJ.DUIU. HEwwsa' .h

stated that many were saved by aQ riddles ::1
-- -
unknown maq who ran!" many mites! "Which 'makes the more trouble: a -- C 1 IP'

through the country warning the people hurst tire or water pipeT .
-of the coming flood. Herewith they1 were fain to give It

up.-New ,York BUlL '

" . uT.NILL P-A'' YOU'TO' ". ,
SALVADOR REPULSES ATTACK. P' ; h_
: Argo Red Salmon took-the grand '.of ":' : ;1 .
.
prize at the St.,Louis Exposition, the . "". .,;, '.' ,"( '',,''::1' ., ." ; -...... ., ,. '.#. t. r. ,. :.:'' .. v., -t ",".
t 9\ .
"r I." ,
Invading Nicaraguans Forced to Ski only one e..er'rhen at any fair on } :;1" .. :;.\. "' ,- -"t '. ,0<; "i I
t.c4! i, N .
.. .- '
- > ,dop ,by with'Regular force Troops.Salvador of .' ,Salmon v., ._ "; 1" ( Il_ _"" "."' ', \ .,,.,",,,,,."..IL":,..\_)',",I"t,, J ...., ..._ ...... : . ,r" "
a regular ] h.P' (

troops, !Wednesday, 'defeated 'body, : msPti ViNo"IT.' "- :" :" '>: ''i )ilg )'I.H rlue tl e In i : an B t' r\ ",
: I
of ,revolutionists, \ of Nicaragua, who. First Farmer; "They "'telf cane a* 'r '1'f, L, :< :. ... ., J t i j'.II j'- rpi"w'Ii
,on Tuesday: captured the pot of,AcabJutlu. 'ow that' there artist chap'.*,was up r" "" ,'" .. '.' .. ; !::" "", ', ... I' '.' .t t::,'" ", r

{and who: ;' 1ater'attempt.ed, to "ere last' year, got $254or'bis" pictureof '" .- "" 1 1 d, .',I" ,"".,, ,;" ., ..
> ; .. t b
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move 00'.the Salvadorean capital The .Second thq'old''ours.Farmer,; *Qo long wltb "lv, '1J. ,i"1 .,, .. 't -> ,..t.,;. . ,. a1
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Invading force were driven back to ..0., c ,
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. the 'ouee Itself ,
Kr.LSt"bbtl Why.
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r havebeetfrnadr OWNER, DIt8CRlPTJON 01' LANDI. sea r., ..... 4 Amt
T counties wherein such levies r

f WtAWAGt( BILL AS *' other taxes are collected U.k__. ... . .. be.'I"' fibs w et ...sae lot I tuna w tI.t, LiQU.Oi'RSrALL
real In accordance with J.w. 01... the a by wt on _........ 11_ ; on estate collecting ......... .... I "" 0.....ORJ.N: s e.4It.....
PASSED LEGISLATURE E and pay over said amount *o to'1 2IIe 211e, e t M u

to the board of drainage com Mrs Daria. _"01 .... ,. . . . . ... . .. . 3He :IHe N 1M '
Such so collected 1. M Britrht. ..... ef.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 18 i6e 2He 40 1 MYJohaM c,
.---- rnls lou< rs.; money Gavr. . .. .. ..." ofnw ofn.N . . .. . . ... II.1Itia 2He 10 1 II
shall be used exclusively?.for Uaknewn. . . . . .. awl4of' awlt. . . .. . . . . . . ... ... '..IS"'i6e 2He to 186 BRANDS
A bill to tie Entitled! ma act to .amend the IJunlO'I4'. stated in thi' act within II .5 Mil. .."of nwl4.' ., .. ... . . ., .. 6 :II'>e 117. 40wBGry THE LEADING OF
the said drainage district." Eat, :. . . awfdof' ..."' . .. . . . . .. ... -.. .. 'III. Me 1/7..0 ....il555 ,
nation 1 avid 2 of an act entitled au I....... "SI. . .., ... nwl4ofMl(. .. .. . . .... . .. . ... . !to 2IIa 27. W lll8V
relating( the and 'ttoo. 3. This act shall take effect H.. ..,.....,.,.. .. . of.."' . . . .... . ... ... . IB2Ia\ 117. 40 I isGH
? act to drainage reclamation Immediately upop .approval by Lb.1'01'fI1'00r. I North. .to. . . 01 .. . . . .. .. .. ......... .. lay 25. 117. 40 181O . .
r of tbe wamp and over, H NDI'tIt. . . . n.4 oI"l'! "" tax 11100\. . . ... . .. . 110' ', 1118 W'HISKIES .
. 81 Mil... . ... ....- .. nw. . . . . . . ... . ... .. . 81 :91. 27. 40 111I I .
flowed land In Florida; to create a --- H F Sml h. .. ( or nw ,. .. . .. . . 112 2I\a\ 117. 40 1 811
of Anclevt Home Unknown. .. .. .. 01 two .. . . . . ... . ... . 86'.2IIa' 27. 40 1:11I II:
board drainage cotnmUloDer; I merely a of the Pset.Ballard' Val<.......... . . ::&of .f'. . . . .. ... . . .. 11II 26e 27. "..0 o J e6SJMIIa. .
a'' pt'eecrIMngttapowersanddutieesuthorlfngUre now memory ....)4. ..." ...... . . . . . . . . lit! 2IIa 2'1..0 186Uekaowa. -
..tabllllbmeo\'0' drain. Snow Liniment i is the favor1t . . . . .!.1,1k 7. C..obell C'tJ'' taee 100\.6,. .... 1 2110I' 2He 1 118 III .
dUtricts ettabl]Uhlnj adralnaffe ..liniment 1 I of the twentieth century Unknown------ hilt t. Campbell City. tax.. ItWbI ... 'I 2IIe !IIIe 1 tI8Vnk..n. C \Vhiskies.. '''Domestic Brandies. y,,
.te for rheumatism, burns, . .S.j blk. .. Campbell: City.. tax. tItt.6.. .. 1.2110 \\/lie I 118
rc ey.Lem the build inar canals, levee A positive oure Unknown . . . . . sl huh. II-;Canapbell cut,. tax. 1110\.8.. ... I 2hs \11'1 "'66Unknown. I., Pint Pint Quart CU21or014, (extra t a 0'_ -
T+ dike. and reservoir for the purpose cut, sprains. neurahria.eto. 'Mr. C . . .1hilt6. Campbell City. .tan..Itra.d. .., I' e. ills I 66Unknowa KoboSpdnRt Rye. .. .. ,,.0 78 ,1' bft qualltrI.) ,. . . .. . 1 1M I ,
U. L'\ Htanberry MO., writes: . . . . Leiwl? till Rye .411 'l6 it .25 1 M M..land Peach.2S 117 l 00
and inyon, -1 bIk t. Campb.Il... tex..190 5 I :/He 1 WUnknown. .. ...: . .. . .
drainage Irrigation commerce W.llIOa .411 I bft
f d I . . I114S.A. RT. T61, .2-. till 1M ,
*'I have used Snow Liniment for rheumatism lot A blk 10. Campbell City. tax.. I 2110 2He aS 6eUnknown. :
amesDientof. land to be drained 1 can't ... lot A blk. 11. ampbell City ta..... .lute-It.. I 2fIallla: tI8WAT J. W, tJaf1'Ct'' Rnurhon..40 76 1.'tO North Carolina l'e.eit..N. . : flJ 00 ;j
and b.aelLtedtheooUeclionofnece.- and all pain. say .. .K lot ti: Narsoe.w. .. . . : 2\1\ 2fIe 81. ltUnknown. Jac. 6: l'el.perlJo..rhlIl..1IJ11.\ "North' Carolina Arple. 6 e0 .
411 in Its ,'.' . ?. . . 11 B"' lml"" Br. ". ..40 ,.. [,,0 lenelf .ck. M
itar7 funds by .sselllw&nt of ben I enough 1lraiee. .t< lot 6 bik X. N_ ., /01 Haunter B.ltlm.... R,. .: i 110 Apple w et t >6 F,
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Korjsale: by Itobersoa's 1'harmacy.Th .. Unknown.-. 1ot8hl. v N teoae.e.- ,. 611U..k..n. . .1 1a
{' taxation for the Oldl'rontieeRye. .411 76 160
efltl and ; providing .... 1.t 1 blk K N.\ foil .
mananerueot and maintenance thereof ,"- -- . . lot8H H....._ ..ar..... .... .... . .t, 8 2/Ia 81. 7' Featbera R,.. ... . . .. 00"j 1Clermout
AtTantlo Coast; Line freight Unknown.--' 11II If.ndOll .....k. 1001I. .'.. . 8 \ 71Unknown. Rye .... .Ito $100
andfor the exercise of the rjiftt'of the east. 1C1t.blk tall 2I\e 81. Chase'. Halt. distilled) : ... PO" ., ., . .. .. .. . ...... .per battle eo t \
11. .till )
depot office near R..J. .a. .. .. JI
and freight ,
.... . . . . .. . .
r eminent domain *uU for the Hale Unknown .. lot II hlk 11. 8unnymet. tax Jllo&. .... .. 59J 1M : !e.reclally
..
and use of aeld land for the (pur- end of the Lafayette. street brldll'e.Ta.mpa E 8wart.. . .. log it and 16 bik :51. Runn med... .. .. .. 71 = InedtalDal.o 1j1, ; 'i\! 1'1\1I Hugchewyfundy.. . .. .. . . a. ,:"
and were"parrtaily destroyed by J E 8..uta. .. Iota 8. 6. 7, 18. Ir and 11 blk ::17, Runft1/........ 126: w tnr.i"iiiy'aj:8: : : \ 4b I x' ghtnanwliici':: 1obdgemoat "
poe of draioaKereclamation I. fire Saturday Th frame two-tory Unknown. .. .. lot :20 bll 27 Run""med... ,... .. . . .. . '. 69Unknown. Baker'.xxxx: Rya ... 1:16: ; ::: :::::::: t.
T improvement aforesaid; the nalue . . . lot :20 hilt -n, R.nn.m..t.. tax::1111' . .. . . .' 69R (lire p tvap: CLmLlueaa. ...t-. ... ,...II '15. 100 1b0 (C
being chapter fi377, Laws of Plor- : building ed by the freight depart.ment J Sw.ria'. . .. . 'ot IRbik 211. Run"" ......... . ". 6KLCra.n.r II _r .. . ..2-\ 1 t,0., Ills .
; ida'.i)proved' War 2T,. 1WW. of the road un offices, was badly .... . lot :It' blk54Runnymd.. ... . .. ...., rjr,: r foil Cream o' KentawkT.. n/0 75.. 160' (}. R. )lu",,"'.. Itxtn Pry J'lnl.l 2110 Quarts 4 oo I 1
and muchof John 8 . . . .. C..c.deTeny.11'Ipiakey)4(1) 1Ml
(I damaged by fire and water, Wledrnaro. lot hilt 4.Run"ed. J a by N.wtdChandnnN'IdtelIeal': J
I He it enn<-td br.tllo; JeRUIaturc of I l destrored. John .W..rnaro. . . lot f blk I1. BYI/nymeda. . . .... ,. fail 001 tha (.;,CaM of Florida: the office record Unknown :. " . wtSlotbblkb4. Run."med... .. .. ... . ..t"";l :;"i" f69) Old Jae . a: .. (1(1 vntlrenkyoew I
Section 1. That chapter 1 of chap I unknown . .. .. . .', lot6hlk l'4.'Runnymed.. . . .. .. 'f'f:ry'ri'' "" foil : : .. Ale Beer .a.ndStout, per Dozen.
Old newspaper for sale] in this R K Shapley . . lot block 74 Runnymede. .. .,)' ' .. b9Unknown. It..d : . . ToO" I
5377.Laws of Florida, approvedMar osier for 2e cents ]per hundred.iriit'n . lot ll1h 74. Runnymede.". : : ::::: .. . b9 Mark R )' 27.1WS\ be and Is hereby aiut-ndcd F'Wt........ . ,1ot 6 blk".lh"unn.0. . .._.. ...... t b9! J.I.y Maid . 40 .7f. 1 110 bmm va't "t.,1 .. .. I
to lead ax follows: F Wladmare. . .. . lot 7 bib $41. "? l.: :, IW I......' Ballimoro'ly'/ !: ' '.6 :n. t tai Allh.II..r IlnarhCluel.alnd. .. j I 1p t
ao a* ,I Unknown'Iotablku.Runnymede.\ . .. ..... .".,., I !59 Old Caeibrldae, .: O '1r: I ho AUh.u.'r1t,11'J, Rudw1.tarr. ,. lOr.:
"Sec. 1. The rovernor, the cumu- Notice of Garnishment.:' Unknown . 'I.diblkil/. Kunnymede.. ; tax 1WtS. ... .. .. eii, . (011 Puritan Rya. . .40 1:1: 1 11I1 r
troller, tl>" state lreaurec, the attor; PWtedmaraPWiodmare. .. .. . lot b blk al, .. .10, _' foil Qeldep Crectq . . ...'I rut
) general aDd the commissioner' of ": . .. .. . 'lot W lilk "Kunnymedfe. .. ... ... ..... "...:\\J i\: ;'; ,, '. 6\1\ P.ulJonea . WI "r il{ II vA, Rye Whiskies by the Gallon J.
"ey "bin"gevFzOatnA.'oNtY" ' i K Wledmare. . ''otl/blkll"l .. , :\ . . Ml . '.:/n .711 I M/
I .
agriculture of the state of Florida. and { OI'/IM-rol.i.J 1231'5TIC.6 COURT.Action. . Runnimelo. >". \\j"/I.Wy' 4i Cou.tluninTai'rern: .. . . : Onlden Star . ... . .
.. f WledmareF ,. .. lot M blk .... . .. "<, \ '3 nu .40 73. ISO Rye pnrgallop.. II till
tbelr .licensors, .In office, are hereby Fn, 1' I)1amrcr.. I WkdmaraUnknown. . . 'lot 1 but H7. Runnymeue' . . ?. . ." I,!{.,: 1'i,;:; ;' '. fill fIlII (Poutd) In _. j";' .. MounlaloArrln Rye .. .. ".. 2110 4 4bond1 I"I"B".k
constituted and designated a* a board . all blk KM... Kunnymede. ., .. .. '. . . .' ' "I.\ ( . 119 .n .7I i.1O Mounlaiu Apnug, Rye XX ? t. ;2 7& .",
I : :+ '. ; Unknown-------- all block-it'. Runnynwde.all _. . . .. .. : 1 OverhaltbMlledIabot/A) . 150 M"ODlatOjoJ..rtntilty., II is1'etlowLabel .J
of drainage couiailsalpners, and are ( 4111 \ . . .. . Hons.'hoe,7 .. !
t C."II Unknown .. blk UI). Runnymnte. .. 149! 40 G\ yearold.'U1 .. a 110
( autborlced.. and empowered tostablib .. Iota 4 Crow 1,10 ""ol""k, 1'ldn 71'oar old .. i
fcereby : Unknown 8 and block ". Roar add. Klaalmmeet : a 110
canal drain 'I IIe licfoudmil. ) tty 1 IW White t out.,: (ii,ianease. HoldenCrowpllye.: ... . .. ...' Ile
of ::
w F . dikes, a ymm and reservoirof, ouch dl-, I To John Has*. defendant and all other. horn Unknown . lot M kIIi. Roasadd... .. Ktaaimm.. ,amity; Whiskey. ) . . ..11' J rn 15-hoSpripl." R'.. . . . .... lie 1.
. .
ee E V Bol11ttl lot 4 block l lu toll Kcuturly Pride .2.1 60\ ". tU """bl. aiamp. / fie
nenalons add depth an In the judgment :,, It may oonreru! : Unknown. . . . . Iota and S block 14. Ross add. Klm_ .I..m of Kseturky .. .. 1 110 1
cf J said board of drainage cOlnrnlll8lon. :l You are hereby notified that s writ of irarInUhmeut City . 770 MaltWhl&kvInOlass-Ca. Goods Snlarro. Italtlmore. IU yean old 1\ fit ,
. . ; : :. k..I'op.. f.Urea'llClld. .. .
era t* deemed advisable to drain and bun been Issued lu the atx ve eeuae.. Dann Menthea lot b Ilk 14, Ross add. KiMimmo. City 141 g GOAni..rl.
; Unknown lotHblkldKobinKHTaadd. .
reclaim the! swamp and ,overflowed'1: atid that your property tn the hnd. of the Atlantic (- .. .... to Ki.aimn.acity \ .. . 4 17 D .." Mslt. ?. ':::4 0 7s: 1 ro Corn Whiskies by the Gallon.
udy'sPoreMd' t. ,
lauds within the drainage diirtrlctafcereinafler Coast Line Rnllrnml a Corporation' lion W H HrnderaonW . lot 7.> F I I. A, I Co add to Kla.mwne City.-. ..n"I.I..t Malt n 73 ll\121r .J
\ ) designated, and to. man- : bnen .. .heed; nod that 11111<'11' you npufurl Ism. ben no cor run. w 816 ft s 11<1It., a ; North. ('srollna While Corn.. p..rC.lIo 2 (1) ,
1111 ft. lea ft.'aim\ 1 taw .bee lot7.r "Nam+. MOll1ltaln White '
n Ie nor Oon. 'a "
t y. fAin such canals drain, levees dikes l ofore said Court on or before First dy of w lir> ft. e IU'.ft- t. :2 I 49 : Domestic and Imported Gin. in North (;!l".I"'ellow Corp _1IlR>> q j

t and npoervolrs in such manner as will JulA.. ). I'.HI"! Judgment by default..H.II1 l>ei I Adrrhold.A aU except bee aw moor block V. Baaa naddl 'Iorytltn(rolln '" ,. .. ? a 110
be most advantageous to the i entered sgaliiHt you. lie lo KiMimmee (1\". run outhwea Gla.ss 'lJko.CO"DIT ,i
territory I tarly. a'
so drained x I Dated May -9. A, D. l'107, west 0.3 feet ", . III'J! 11..IJ'': Old. Tom t.lq .. I I.A I Old U..t . ... .. .. a .eL
Sec. 2. That section 2 of chapter63n \ HENKV U.\rJIIINCi.' ( i E Donrean ... .. .lIblkGLLtaaa.add.to".imm.II7.. I :MA Itootll r D() ..tu .. .... 1 ;ill 11 ''"t:
Plalntiir 'Unknown.. lot U*Shoemaker', .ub-dlv blk HL Haaa'a l'I.Mnuth Ilin I M'
Law of Florida apPI'ovpdIMY; 1 AtloM: add to Klnunee117 . . . I M I4w.Iborn HolI..1 Oln', .. .1 M Lowest. Prices by the Gallon '
,l, <'7, 191)5\ he and I I. hereby amended ao Ii{ U A. MINX Unknown .. .. .. nets lot FLliwddtKlalmmeeCity. '. 171Mr. hell\ lilo. ni ITe r'
M to read a.. follow: | Juitlceof the roa 1'e First, I>J"trlet.rSotice. . T I N.te..... ... all except swl-to block V L Ban. add to Il.... UerdonGtn .. . 7:0 .!0'0 from'rom :: .. .. .: 2 111I up .
____ .__ _______._ ____ .isunmee <'lty . VI! flip Phosphate'" .. 10 78 I UI ..' . .. . . 21. up ?!
'Sec. 2. That a drainage. district 0- Gin 1mm.' . .
V P Prescott . .. ... all blk *>. l .w( hereby established beeiunind at Boll' Stone ,lot 4 falk n. 8 F R R Co survey 1 MI Deril. I.nd' g"duranea 21 (.0, I 101 Aud all blhet I Liquors .in PI'I'I>orI I on. ':.
a the intersection. of township line between Unknown . .. begun13fta.ofiicorlot i I talk ISI s F .. W 01 f.. '. '8 chi..02 am. '

K township thirty-six (36)) and I To \viiom H May Concern: nwlMx-Uft R R:('0 survey., n.7.ft.'. run. M <'11-8 ft, aw 7A; ft II" Comeh Mrhn'I'1'acke.Hcune bfqand Ben-. t III:! GinS. Rurns and Brandies by the .t,'

Uilrty-eeven l (37)) south and east with Notlnp Is hereby given' that on the Ittlli! day. J J Merrill. Km . . begoi It. 41 d...... e of moat northerly, ? L. by I le Gall '.' r'J
the range line dividing ranges thirWl. ofAorll A. I D. IWI7! Jerry M POIUT.r died near cor lot 4 blk 1. 8 K R R Co survey, runs ltd, I.loo fin r 'MI :1 sal on. ..I'1
I' s 47 dec.. eOtt.n4.4degaereft; 47 Uudrra-o.d'r Old ToOl 1611 I 1 n".Cilu
. one(31)andthirty-two) (32) and ex-! KltalmmeeCfty.Florlda The said Jerry M, n . 175 j
deg, wfAli.44deg.w.4i.t s !l2 Old Tn'n' 'ila ..
Lending t along;'said }(.ownsihip line Potter wa 42 yean of age: height H foot; weight' Unknown tat,i> IV.well'. add to Kiaalmnwe:. City I lr_> Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. impnrkd 1\I11110d\ . .226. t ,

1'b to the intersection of the section line pounds: ( ;color of hair lig-ht: heavy mustache. Unknown..of wS lot -' block 8. Mathew. add taKiiwimmeeCity . .ollo..N. K. Itllm.1).old. .. .2'1'1.01''

B x' dividinir sections three ((3) and four The aDiiralxed. value 01 (ne'pcrnonal, properly' ,_ i seI :Ie Quarts Lwrence'i. Medford. Itum. 7 yean old' :.OI !
in of the firm of Carroll and Potter Is Unknown Iota Hand 4 blk SJaGLee. sub-divof uw.r' Special. U0 I'e'hlr.Dd,. yer /a1l0l. 2.111, 1I..1 and ..00 J
j im ((4)) township fifty-two (52)), raojretorty ': L 2!ll.OII and Mathewa William .
siid to Kiavimmee .I I mi" UOII' IV. T O. I'. :2 w'' .A..ltra..lr. .perg04lon .
'a.t one ((41)) east, thence south along: there are several hundred acres of turpentine oM G \\ ..rjrur . . ... . lots It and 7 blk U Mabbftt's: ; a ub-di: of HI.,... ...d While Sn"Irh 2is1: << lallfornlalraAy.l'ergalloq.2.69.. ,Ito.. .a.OOM,6.00I end ..110 I.'j
aid :laectlou line to. the waters of lands, most of which have been worked severalyears. Mathews add to Kiasunmee < ity: ,1 "tn 2: [011
Sclpio I_.... .. . .. bee XI2 ft nof.ecor.wk4 of aw''% and runs Duuriltglr.fi I .. . .1.0
Uiacayne bay thence alone: the coastline In the personal property and lands .. n ft'yds' w W yd., *' )'de. e 7" vd.ry4of 2fw 2'1. 1 twill Port and Sherry Winos by the .t
of said waters and the water of above there is dBfly the lutemt' of the acid Mine Anna Squires .. .< nw>< of nw>, :1.12S a. 2.. II ax The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- .
the Gulf of Mexico: to the point of the Potter In time\ linn of Carroll .',d Potter He Mrs Ola ''......_r ". Iota I and a bill In M'..*t Kiwlmmae. Gallon

i* ..i ,,,. range lite between ranges thirty-one. also owned one. small. \ orange trove In hi. o nright. ta.inable. Augenleaperlaxtle .100

1..'< (31)) snd thirty-two ((32)), Intersecting I IAgalust : C. L. BANDY Wilk.. N. Cij. . Z iIII i tat California California; I'olt per Ia11ou..1.G0. \ 2.110 and a.1IO
.Cointt .
with the coast line of the said Gulf of said estate thfrei. an Indebtedness 0..1. .. C. . ? 21 fie 1461 Import Po"Rherrt PU.I\on.\ 1.1\1I.2.00, apd 11.30 l1

I dY p1 Mexico thence north alone; said Of several thousand dollars. No lawful heirs Tax Collector of Osceola County. C.NapleC/fn......baV.Iley./ . ,.,...,.,...21.: 101..1 10 100:; imported ....It,nlee.porlelton.6 our b"Ulln.. ....I.OII perbnCt1.sod ..00 :J

vl : range line to the Intersection of the are known to the administrator.K. KIkValley.!: . . . .Lt.2i: JIll 100 hnportedSherry.. per. aall..lI. lQ, '.1iO 'Dd 4.. r

;i township line- between township U D. OVEB8TBKET, .

r thirty-six ((36)) and thirty-seven ((37) to Administrator of the Estate of Jerry M. Potter, Imp rted Cognac Brandy Urdere will DOt be il "
& filled
the) point of bejrinnlnff. A tax of Ore deceased. :23-4t OTICEL . . WIt.boU\'f
( Ouont'l"\ . . y 00 cash )po.tomoe order express
i !i;, cent per acre i* hereby levied an I Ire n..a,, 11 M order money.
t --- -- - - 01' certified check\
K nually. including* the year -190'1''. upon I I M -a.-- Marti l lyxxx '";. . .. .I m: wit. order Send money .J
all lands within lucb district Notice. :
drainage Notice is hereby given that the following' described ...... will .be void: at public auction. ,on UM
t+ that. wore included In patents first day of July. 1807. at the City Hall Ki.... .
.Notleo Is li.reby given. to all persons holding at immM City. wij Count of Oaonla. or ao much
6 received by the state, of Florida from tnaraol at will be naoaaaaiy to pay the amount. due for tasty nerain net opposite to the same tnrvtaerwith H. W. METCALF :
'J the United States under act of Congress elalmiordemand.agdmtthe Estate of 'JerryM. coat of ouch ale aad adTertiihns. : '. CO
; i 28 Potter deceased, to present the came duly' .. ,
September 1850.
{ approved -
The proceeds arising from said acre- authenticated to the vndorSlgned, within two NAMS: ., DE3CIPT1ON Or PROPERTY. =:1 Taiaa ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO FLA- '
as prescribed brl.w.otherwise the
1r ap Lax shall be used and, applied to years same .:.. ; t, ,, .
: \
I ., : '4 the drainage and reclamation of the will be barred; and all penoD.lAdebtecllo said ..; .r. .\., +_
"
; a >lands within said drainage-district' estate are"hereby required to make Immediate ,J oly Rgrra I N Hof tot 4 Block QL. 8 hnrmalterY. Bob Dtv.of'

'. :r.;.. described and established tn this ..., settlemenAdmlnlstnMor. with i.a i. uDd.raJao"" J.1'II! ,,'! k :,,r ._'lfi ? Block QL of Robert Bay Addittm aq k iM 1"4i",2\ : JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY .i
L5tb,1p01' \ ', Kamle WhltJlold Ix .U 1s. II' tl. tt'A. E. ,'* '
J!; 7" '. ?The board of drainage commissioners May ; > Drouirht'a Sub Dirblon of :"'Ii 1
:. t'' ':4"h{! p 11.' ; OVERS1'BEF.T W r}:;;f' Block 8L,of Robsr BaM Addition. '. ;", IW
shall prepare a list or lists of such : .. $.\I''ii'J''tl. lmk '"' Robert Baas Addil.. 'ti i' r'NMr. ,: "
: of 'Cstatf of il Jerry 5 M.?Potter, .. .
patented lands and send them to the. Unknown ..,. .. .. h All of Block CL. . .. .. .. ....,... i.r' t I'13 1
deceased ;
tax assessor, ot' the several counties W. O. Drisnrs Eat..I, .'.:' ,All of Block (ML .. .... .,...I... .......;. ,. '" t'll: X: 3r 3r 3aar t rr r !i ,
i embraced la pastor .whole within \\.1.8...n., AUv. for Adminharator. U J. Godbold . . .. . .All of Mark. ZL - .. . . ... . . I 85' ?; 3:3: jI tr bT 'h 3bA +;
. 2IL8t.t I. J. Padswtt .. . . South 291' ft of Block FO .'. . . 60 ly
.such drainage district who shall receive 'rank' C..... . lot 4 Block 4 . I UI
Mucti.llst: or lists and enter the J. J.Padrett Lots 1 and I Block 6 f so I
upon'the tax. roll of the R. B. Sarairelmaa . . .. .. All of Rlock It. . . . . I"T'HE
s countyor 'A. VANS AGNEW 16 15
s ,( ajooe counties within which said lands. P. Kobinaon .. . . .. ... .. . . Lot a Block B .. . . . 6 66 I INN"1

may lie,' sod the amount ,levied. by Jim Smith . . Lot 4. Robert BaN 2nd Addition. . . 4 Z 1

((4bl act. and. include said acreage tat J ATTORNEY AT LAW;...... RobliwotTa Addition asU.

in his warrant to the tax< .collector In -1 I NOTARY PUBLIC I 1- John Malorv . .. ... .. . . . . .. Lot 4 Block . . . . ... .. ... . M
the usual form prescribed by Jaw,1 AND , J. Lr11m.on, .. . .... ....l.. ... lAtTbloeks. .... . -. . . . 1 73 !

t, ? which amounts shall be ,,collected 't1..knowa.. .. : ... .... .',....... . All NE of R. R. In Block D. N. F: Daw.. AoIdll........ 2 IIS
Abe said.several tax collectors. of the\\\ KISS1MMEE: FLAN 0. C. McLean. . . .....: .-.. .. . L.t. L gad 10 Block B. O'Neal *Osbome AdditionH. 41 :

A. Mathews Addition. '

8. M. Wltchard . . ... .. ..... ... Lot Block Q .. . . .. .. ... . . ,. .. . 1 WTil Now Open for the Reception of Guests yj i :
t f n nsroTiGE. Unknown ... . . ..... .. .. .. . Ixrt t Block U . . . .. . . .. . .. 61 \

: Mabbrtfs Addition. j
.A Unknown . ... .. . .. ..: .. .. Lot t Block B t In the Beautiful ? '
.. .' t Unknown .. .. . .. . ;:... .. .. Lot 7 Block li. . II City of ":

Nudes ls hereby given that the foltowUir described lands will be cold at public ..."tio.'' on the W. A. Patrick's) Addition.. "

r' d :let dyed July A. D. 1907. In front of the Court houaa dour at Ktaaunmea City in .the ICoanty J. W. Simpson .. .. : . .. .... .. .. Lot l Block F . . .. . . ... . .
iP ,*Oarenla and State of Florida, or .. much thereof as mar be nocasaary ta pay the amount due for J. W. 8knp.on . . .. ... . .,. Lot t Block F. . \ . .. . . . 14 OS7K ; !
,, tavaa herein set opposite to the Same, .....Iher with coat of cash sale and advertisins;: R. R.S....... . . .:J.rTT..s,'... . Lot t Block P . . . .. .. . .. .. KISSIMMEE :
11181
w._,_ a: 8.Barage... ..,. ... .. ..,.. . .. otiRbckP.. '. . ... .. . .. .. . 41 -F A.JJ
'' -- - '- -- -- -- R. B. Savage . .... ...,...:.,... .. . ,. . . ... .. ." " ". i

t i CA-W.blron.A.P H. Spier ::: ::::..,..I:.-:?:::: .a: Lot 8 Block xnr and all,l of Lot 4 Bi.icxi; : ':'.: .. : .. . : .( :88H 1

01IKJ4ER, DESCRIPTION OP LAN. II it I Unknown .. .. ... ...... .....::. Lot! Block XX. .. *
j E InknownCaorge .. ..... ... ... .... .:.. .. . Lot ( Block XX . ,. .... '. . t Mt .'
'''...a-.r...... .. ... .. .. ...:.. .. S H of Lot I Block'. E. B. Ware addition. a* .1
>tSur. .
qt' 7 H. Ivey. Eat ... .. ... ...... S Mof Lot WI. Ftocida Uind and Impravt. Cc'l. -4. .

. .. .. . ..... .. .. .. :. .: ''I
.e y ae0Vnplatted It
'
't JB; L.nbe. .. ... . .. seUof net*(. .. .. . . . S8 28e Me 40 tlltl '
; I 8e1&adia1r. .. ..,. .. wiadnwti. . . . .. . .. TIO&: IMe 80 256Unkn.we. Lands. I
.. . ...... ... sH of nwUUnkaowaA1 . ..... ..... . .. .... 27 ills Me m 1116 Ml.cAentqulr. ..... ..... .. .. .. S Wi' \ of the N VT U of NW W See. 88. Tp- tt B. e* 100 TERMS: J
v .. .. .. . nWofswj?. .. . . .. 21 81e $4. 80 1 OS Unknown .. . ... .... .. .... ... .. Beg.Dand/8-itechain.___ ( 'N and 7 S7-100 ebaln. : of ;
.' Unknown .. . .. .. .. . . . . ... . . . . 28 Ha ICe: 40 120: nu* SWMof Mw USeetkmMTp. M R.IJ 1y 1 \ .
"a k Unknown . .. ... . . : . . . . . 82 81. ... 4U Run R: ISO ft. 8. 110 It. W ISO ft. N. 110 It, . T 106 :t;
' Uekwwa . _.. . .. .awS/d.w'6." . . .. -112 81. Me 4O 1211 | $2 to $3 per Day. i4f
t. t U"-a.l4. . . .. .. . t. . . . .... 11'4 3.. Me 40 120 Pr HODGES ;
U"- u ,.. :. .. .,....,. swUof n.t"".... .. .. . . . ... .. ...... .. . *'2 Sla 34e 40 1 -JO C. Tax Collector.. .
1 Unknown .....'.._...1 B.U........ .. .. .. .. ... . . .. .. .... 84 Sla X4a ISO se $10 to $..4, .Wcek.i'
'wpWdk.r.wSdn., .... . .. .. .. .. . ....... 16 ,1IIIe :a...ie XOan XM By J. R. GI1.8ERT.Jr., Deputy. Collector.. per. / 1
. ..... 00-, "7'. :. .I!Inv} .;! .H ef .H of swV lasa bq sw ear.ofs! v
I of ....}\4 runs etttv yds .. I4O yds w :/II ear r0 \ ,
'd, 'rda'ltOyda..;: .. . .. . .:... ... 8Xe *} :2 05 r r Meal Tickets, 21 Meals $10.'
Unknown". ..-,..*'.-..., .."'of meW .... . :. ... 33 3I\a"sa.\ ta 301 J
r B lAddl.oe.rt .:.. 'BwUofawU. ,*, . .. .. 11I.* 5re Sic 40 20U45
yA W A Ra.buck. .. ..nw4 '"< Tie1* .......>t.. ., : .p..,.. MSJ ar.. SXe 40 tF
IVAttoebuckii 7) undivided Hint In neVf el nwM Iw. lies i
.- aweoeof.aid' 40r.aa4ft. e Y7aft, I I I
a UOft. w Mi ft alaa Icaa lands deeded '
r AkUraaan. Ixrfton Underbilli .. ...... 33 an.' t4:. lit 536 "
....i. AkUrmaa.w undhrktad }Hnt b> nai< of nwf Ira beg
r aweweiIdeln.a420ft. 'Jilt, a 1
T *M ft. w MS ft..ale lose lands deaded te Harry we
w } ". Ahfarrtnan. I..ftam 4k Underbill .... 3IIe ..6.2e m 625 Thurnianl
> I' WE Vadkmy."p'i' ., eH ef best Wn of aw e.r n." of nwH '
r .1: raneeaaoft.eZIUftw) 6110 rt, a 2iOft. ., 81 Me 73 e 11i 2'"
i ,JLeftw. 'I .... 17.yda e of .. !, ofAwHi rune ' ,
*s 140 rds.wlOS'U.B 140 7d. an XVa 8Se :, .,
'a S -J.ebParker. .,.1.Yr'' a.idrd",".- ,?? J t. ,..... .--. . ...... 36. 116oo'811e W 1ma f PROPRIETOR. .
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