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: July 12, 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: VID00289
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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PROCTOGS() ) Of THE Uv" with In teresL,. The people of' REPORT OF STATE I 1C Is' In:'Ate open sand and ''small lR _I"., WI. I

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Manatee county are highly Incensed sticks were floating about the surface : .
at the treatment accorded'the County A dead .: And See
NEW COUNLY COURT frog was noticed In one corner. ; 4
Court by the Governor and ti'Pns!: le. BOARD Of I HEALTH .- In Its depths 'myriads of tadpoles / '
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were cll.p n.IDW' with a few frogs, All Sorts

Nick Rcgero Convicted '6f Run- Trip to Virginia.l Dr. Investigates Alleged wigglers and an alligator, 'In the r f FireeCal ,
Young collection there were a .lot of'."rnellow r
Blind Tiger ..Casris '- Mr. .H. N.. Bratton received this ,,
nine; a > :, bugs and .Inseotlvera with which I : Of ,
Nuisances fl
week the following letter, from his lit and Makes Recommendations. ,
Appealed am unfamlllar,< There were also '
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tie .daughter ?Ulna who with her ..' '
what I-took to be a few NEW THINGS
The new County Court; held its. first mother II visiting relatives In Virginia *
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regular session last Monday, his :,. To the Honorable Council'Town of Asthe mosquito aklnl ts uncovered, find pi the .
pool ; has no
honor Judge W, R. Johnston on the. Klsslmmee City ForM
P. O. CENTRE CROSS! VA. ,' outlet or means In. evidence for'' .
bench. J, L. Moon, ihroseouttnir attorney' emptying II- ,
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I will write you a short account ofmy Gentlemen} and cleaning and at best :can f
E. I Lesley clerk and Sheriff New'Stanc1adFashion
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Virginia." ,Herewith you present conditions, a .
J, M Walker In their official \
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We left. home about 8 a. in. received by me from State Board of breeding place for mosquitoes as well
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capacities.Hon. Between Klssluntnee and,, Sanford health of Florida. and ''request, that as used as a trash receptacle by small
W. L. who was In .
Palmer here are only' flat :woods and 'turpen- the suggestions made ,by Dr.,Young boys, I suggest that you writerfr.Tburman'about'its Sheets ,
tOw: .,on legal business,,' ;
present
tine stills.It be complied with, at the earliest possl danger'of becoming Men's F Fwomen's
and addressed the court fel1cltatln8't. '
sprinkled rain on us before we ble moment. a nuisance. tovli ,, 9* le -- -
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the the establishment. of '
county upon got Sanford.. We ate dinner In Very truly yours, gentleman nor anyone ,who knew of
this Important, Judicial 'function, and Sanford and had a fine dinner. T. ,W. MURPHY, Mayor.:, i. his arrangements for its rell\llat"'emp- s ITS A BEAUTY nIt '
Blowing tribute to the offictM
paying a We crossed the St. Johns .river xecutlve Office State Board of ) tying and cleansing or'' protection ,
of the court. four' times between Sanford and Jack-I Health of Florida. }} against Olth and mosquito, contamina ,
This was responded to by Judge W. onville. The river bad water.hya-' Key West Fla.vMJuUe: 20, 1907. tion. s i ffliutxates ,aLe mbtuptodate

R. Johnston aDd, Prosecuting: Attoi- To the Honorable the Mayor of Klsslmmee u ,
clothe in It. which made it beau-
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DIY J.' r... Moons tiful. The scenery was very beautiful .' KlssimmeeFlorida! .. LATER. styles b Children'sWear '

Owing to the'fact that several Jurors along the river and the bay: trees were Dear Sir: Plant! City, June ?rdi, 1 07. a way thai wffldeKghtyou. i 1t, ,

I drawn.for this term were either .deador .11 in full bloom We saw" several I bez..to: enclose you a cop v' ot ,a report State Health 'Officer' Jacksonville, *'
disqualified a',special venire was peach orehacds.we [ of Dr'; Co.T..Young, Second AsIstant Fla.

ordered and,the court adjourned till 'reaebed'Jacksonville at about to the State Health Officer, upon Dear Doctor:; '4 ,

2 o'clock p. m. Ii p.''m;> Oar train for Atlanta did not' certain unsanitary conditions which Just' before' leaving: Klsslmmee; I I .

Upon reconvening',, the court took leave until' 8 p. m., so we walked up I were complained of at'' existing '''In met Mr Thurman' 'and found him to

up the cll.e of Annie Iestercharged Bay Street as we were tired sluing Jour city, be a most pleasant and affable gentle 'STANDARDPATTERNS

with petit larceny which was continued . 011 the train 'When we returned to I: would be very much'' obliged to man. He told me that he had a large ,. 'R

to the October term. the depot we ate our supper and took you to carefully'read Dr.rYouog's re opening ,the bottom,of the pool, AT
t The of, K, N. White charged
case I. .our train for Macon. port and then through executive order plugged up, which when opened would
with engaging* In the business of a allow the mater''lo drain Into
When we awoke the next morninge or through ordinances, whichever away '
liquor dealer In I., dry county was could see the. red hills of Georgia: YOU rosy deem proper ask that the soil. That it was'his Intention to KATZ1SSunny !

then called/ and some of, be important .- We changed cars at Macon at 4 a. these defects. be corrected. It is not place) a large fountain near it which 1Ocsai NOBe'lligherf. ,

witnesses, being absent, was also m. for Atlanta We only. made one the ,policy of the State Board. 6f would 'supply a constant source of -f. .
continued the October term stop between Macon and Atlantabut Health to' (inject Its personality In water. I told him that: the'pool at

The next, case on the' docket was 'we passed many beautiful little*town.. matters of this. kind except In'an'ad- present was filled with. insect life,. to It'i

that of Hick Regero, charged with engaging We had to wait In Atlanta until visors capacity because to do so which be replied that he was going to

In the business of a liquor 2:15.. The depot Is a very' beautiful would be to assume more authority or put .orne cbeml al'll! !it which 'would NN

dealer In a dry (county who was arraigned building and everything la very nice engage in more'work: than the Board destroy all these. Later be intended

and plead not guilty to the ftd pleasant.\ It waft very warm that. would, be able to attend to-If it I put.tlnl. roof over the place.. Bit :

charge. The defendant is an Italian d.). ,bo\lld.prei.eDd to manage the unItarY I plan to drain seems ""practica' South Stables ;

fruit dealer.*who' plead guilty to the After we left Atlanta the scenery department of every city and town In. able, ,A pipe line to the lake leadingoff ( '

same charge at the last term of the was'very beautiful to, what' it was be- the StaterThanking from the lowest level would be'ef-

Circuit Court, and as there were mitigating !ore. It was mountainous and hlllyi 'you for your prompt attention ectlve. And as Dr. Byrd once .told IN.QRAM ,,& GILBERT Pr prietot:8.: ,

circumstance was let off with The train passe through deep cuts to this matter 1 am,. me about small surface minnows-they yrs....------"-- -........... : '
a fine of 110 and costs. lie was again and over deep,.valleys. We could see Very truly yours, would certainly{ keep down the wigglers '

found guilty by the Jury and as he high mountain peaks away off In the JOSEPH Y.. PORTER, better and'with more'safety to 'I BOARDING f-TI I II

had no valid excuse In this case Judge Istance.. They bad a very hard rain State Health Officer b..tbereban any chemicals; and ILWERYSALE', ,

Johnston sentenced him to pay a; fine that day All through that section. .. Klsslmmee Fla, June'3d, 1007. would not. be better if it were closed I ....., tot

of 9250 and costs or serve six monthson All the streams were full and just as State 'Health. Officer, Jacksonville, up-that Is, a house bull over Uf .____...-.."USlI .. l "'" ..U'S .

the county' chain gang.' The defendant muddy.as could be. << Fla. YOurs very truly, Well equipped with: New Stock-and VehIcles and r,

had no attorney but .after his We were all tired and .sleepy so we ..',Dear Doctor: ,(Sd) C. T.-YotJNO, to meet all demands '
prepared With Perfect Satis.
conviction and sentence be decided to had.the-:, porter ''to make, down our' ->. NUISANCE', 1. Second'Assistant, to.State Health Offleer. ., '

fight the case and secured the'services berths early ,,and we had: a good After meeting Dr; Hicks this morning faction. .

ef Col. P. A. Vans Anew who made nifftt's're&t. Major Murphy: the .mayor,,and ," .

r a motion 'for refused.a new, trial, and the uponthis case The nest morning :'wd1' saw ,many myself, at ,his' request, visited the' 'Afcrafaaw LIeu.le l '. . .. .HEAVY HAULING' --A SPECIALTY.-. ' .,..;,. ;n nttwwww
being appealed
large fields of Irish potatoei. They scene of the complaint, which wasfound
'> to the circuit' court, seemed ditch br banal Was a man who; ''against all odds, _
...... .. were digging them 'and there to be a large ..
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.r. ---- attained the highest honor a
Vorr Liver to be plenty of them. about 1800 feet long, S feet wide at.,top could ret in the United States. Bal-map

Is out of order." You 'go to bed' In The train doesn't trOto'Norfolk but and sloping' to bottom and A to 6' lards Horehound Syrup baa attaineda . '
a bad humor and get up with a bad stops at Porter' Point and.we bad to feet in depth running from a swamp' place never equalled by any other ,"
taste In your mouth.. You want something be transferred over the Elizabeth In the'northwest seotlon.-through the ike remedy.. It Is a' sure cure for OITYi BAK' 'r 8' ..
to. stimulate your liver. Just Coughs, Colds,' Bronchitis, Influenzaand ; ,:. IIB ,
try Herblne, the liver regulator. A River to Norfolk. We had to stay at town by the Park Hotel Maklnson all Pulmonary diseases. Every f > ''iGT':"" ,

positive curs for Constipation. Dyspepsia Norfolk all day, but we saw little.. of Block, under the Atlantic Coast Line mother should keep supplied with this .\.. ,r'j; \ >' .. q s "",14"" .*' .\' ": 'I... J''!" "' $, 'W;:);' ,I,'" ".,',,
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and all liver complaints. Mrs. the town for we found the sun very Uilway tracks; and a: few bundredfeet wonderful cough medicine.. 'Sold by. :. 1, ,;" . I' ;" 't'1r. : 1>" klrsit
F.-ru,Worth Texas writes:; warm. We' left Norfolk at 5:30: p. m further Into Lake Tohopekaliga.' Roberson's Pharmacy; _

"Have used Words Iferbine can't in my family whatI We passed the exposition grounds at The canal dug several; } years. ago .
for
think years.about, It, Everybody express in my a distance. There were about twelve through abuse has become obstructed A SENSATION.Qhldovi Bread; Cake and

household are happy and well and we ocean steamers in thebay'near.: the by debris and grass so, that along Us TAMPA .
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owe It to Herbine. Sold by Robereon's exposition, grounds and 'we* saw a course water stands In 'pools. Dur- -",- ,
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Pharmacy. balloon go up.. log the dry ',season I -am told, slops very 1Day_

JUDGE REFUSED, TO: RULE., The scenery was"er1' beautiful and,W&lLe water from the Park .Hotel Italian, Methodist Min ,' ..'..,.. '
along the rlv r. It was a beautifulmoonUl'h were thrown Into It. This collectedin .tOll.1') COllfe.... ,Adultery.Krarlsto .. .
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L Braid night aod'the moonlight the depre.slons'aud In time formed Gbldoni, the Italian'mis.. ;
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cIardeL'BaIloMuatGo was very beautiful on the river. pools of greenish Illsmelling'water, slonary, In charge of tbs, Methodist ., FINE LINE .

e.tow. to Face Court. Wa arrived at our landing at about Since the rains began'eDou8'h' water mission in Italian eoloay, who, in a ;, .

The following dispatch from Bra 2:30: p.: m., and we were glad to -stop has fallen to fill these up sod by the suit for the possessloa O' k WG '.

dentown was published (Ito the Jack. .and rest, and we are having a good Further removal of the collected waste children In a Missouri .o.r last Candy Nuts Lunch Goods i Etc

sonrllle Metropolis last Monday: time. a partial drainage has. been'secured. week. admitted 'that >he had 'been ., :

Braldentowo. July Yesterday was Your lovlng'daughter. Atone point. along its course11 noticed living "out ,of L wedlock"' with the J

the day set for the hearing of the case NINA BBATTON a .sewer pipe Jutting from' the woman be claimed to be his: wife, but l'

against/ CI..ude L'EDlllowbo,is Charge -- side about three feet above the bottomof to whom be had never' married'and ;
by JohnAr, Graham with''r'crimInal \, the canal and was told that this that the children contested for were BUDDED TREES, I ,f
lard of Thanks.We ,
Bob Mo brought in the fluid contents of a cesr
libel. Jin the afternoon Illegitimate, has returned to' t.be'eIL1, ,\ J'-i
Names. attorney. for I/Engle appear take this method of extending poll about blocK: away the pool beIng having lost his suit for the possessionof '

ed but. the\ accused was again con our sincere thanks and hearty appreciation ' used during the winter season. his children the court awarding :Islesworth Nurseries. '

: spicloua br Ibll absence for the many acts jot kindness From the topography of the section them to .''their'mother, SlgnorlsCoudna .

McNamee argued! thrt. the caplai shown us during, the recent illness the canal seems to be quite a factor'in formerly opera >singer, {

issued a few' :;weeks ago fdr L'Enole of our beloved wife and mother: the drainage of the place ,and since GhldonU.In; a .statement In"' this CHASE do Cis.'- PPOPRI TOBS/, J. W, HOAKO,,AGENTWe
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had never been served, aDd bo return B. H. GUY AND FAMILY; ILl'pre.eDt condition Interferes with morning's Tribune, contents' himself Ii _
having been made to the court, - --- --- --- that function converting it Into a series with 'den.1Inbat' he .was" "even a will have ready for next Fail and Winter planting a. general

the court consequently had no juris. Dr. Goldstein Conan!(. of pools for.the breeding of mosquitoes priest, but.Ignores the 'other'charges': assortment. Our trees of Orange are budded and Grapefruit on good healthy Trees of rough all leadlnjt'Tartetles. Lemon;
diction. Judge ..."' ..... refused to and accumulation of unsightly which have been urged against him. Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from insects nests of any kind..
", make any,,ruling 1 until\ ,It'Engle was Dr. Goldstein; the 'well known optician waste 1 recommend that you direct It is not'known/'whether'he will be ,'All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to
\ brought to court in'person. ,of Jx>ulsvllle, Kentucky, who the Mayor and Council to have Its permitted to continue in ''the' Method Dame.. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
,' none and our trees are u fine as and twenty \
and money year'a expert
of has been here often fitted many banks sloped as to prevent further
so
L'Engle 'Is already In.contempt; 1st ministry, In'view;\ of'exposures fence can produceWe are making a specialty this season of the .
.i. court, for,not appearing at the date of our best citizens with'glasses, will caving, its bottom cleaned :of all debris made of' his ;real character; no famous California Valencia bats which is destined to become the
first set for his trial. be in Klsslmmee Thursday and Fri- and grass and"no excavated and statement having been. made from greatest money-maker Florida. .Our Valencia buds come dt-

L'Engle'alnoe Bro ward's' election, day. July 18 and J9; ,two ar. ., n'y. graded for a width of at least, three church authorities the subject.- ,rect, from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for pro-
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:i dnclng l the best Valenclas In California, '
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Was become the'champlon of the Gov- Don't neglect your evesn The' doctor feet as to facilitate or secure complete Tampa'Erenlne Kewv-July 2nd.POK 6

S er or, and the 'fatter.repaid this service corrects all errors of refraction, of the drainage throughout/ its eutlrety ,.. Write for:Pricestb J.,,W. HOARD. Gotba..Fla., or, call and see our Nur-' ''
by preventing the sheriff of Manatee eyes, with scientifically; adjusted and all dirt or refuse about its banks . -._... ,series at Waco on, Florida,Midland R.?R. '
lenses to improve vision, and relieve hauled Furthermore, that the '
'' countr taking ;L'Engle sway; away* AGENTS-AN OrrOftTUNITYl, .
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from/Tallahassee, when' the sheriff nerve strain so often the caa. o' ordinance penalizing its'abuse:as' a tG.

with a capias came to,get, 'him to' ap headache neuralgia'and other chronic depository waste of -all kinds, be ,THE: OLD WORLD', .
nervous ills. 'Office at The Inn. rigidly enforced. 'As'th' cast'
Co v- more
'pear Judge'Stewsrtthe .
before ..' L_ 1__ -L '
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ernor alleging a. an excuse ,that tb. .' -' for"*the most part 'Is open, at-

business of the legislature ,,would,' be Rev.: c. M. 8ritt in. vise alasall: sewer connection .' A 'CAUO" :.JOIN'N. LB.I. P..a..'CARlon. ;.

interfered with if I/Engle: I left, .1 The 'P"ltor of 'ths-Baptist"'church, Shouldn't* jibe, protected.by ,a !guardrail WILLIAM JENNINGS: BRYANt ,pnsaas.4 ,tta.h.sla.oLf G.a4e: %f' ,

L'Engls/ was doing the public'" printing Rev. C.' has been a '
M.Brlttalowho :Kissiniiirieey
at the time. 'This action of OovBroward month In Georgia' with friends andrelatives .NUISANCE NO. 8,' '> INowIteadvforSolicitors.tK ,State Bank o# ; -':

: In setting aside the court' ,,writes that he wll J, return About Yb feet,from the.'station.I Mr. LawW; o.ta.e< ....... 0- 're seer.E. Klsslmulee IP1a.fAtD ii. ".
order created great' indignation 'all ' H.'W, Thurman, 'a. northern,.capitalist ._... ,... ph*e.t..h. kk.. hiZ.wnr IIr. .
this week In time to oocnpy his. pulpl ,1 '
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over the*State, aad'the Governor' baa on Sunday. He would be, delight ,.'bas caused ''an excavation :SOxtQ' .itia trl. W.wwY ...tie vl.w.r..m .j>. J. CAe1TAf ..'.....'..:a'a: :M,... 4&?....:
his wide be 'made. Bottom 5e.w1 ; : j : ,4
beep severely criticised by yea asdiecee''greet feet to ca.mented'sides' k .. --.a.. a teak ..e un.tb.
to have a- large him 'walled 'and cemented.I. -'-.. ........ ,..q..t !! ,iyoctsotrsts UUIL .I."t..t.. lo( ee.epZ,e0 I s ti.
best 4
friends. both moraiD<<...nd night. __a k.aw...-, IIIIt' t4aft.r (...OSITOIS ascruTT..a.lee, iso N' t., -
It Is now .'' 4.L'Eegle! win ,bemade Depth sloping', from one to five feet.. 11-....... 1\\, ,

to come by'force, ,If necessary Gotef 'Oat of.Easiness.. No outlet..'. Last .....' 'w water was THE. THOMPSON, PU9.,'OOJ.rr.uxna. .:.. ....'..... aed-Carotid' 'Attoatlat '...... t.'sts'rutt.n\ sty?,

and U U not bettered toe Governor, I pumped In through,It Inch pipe, by *o. tflot.d... w..' ,Ezohsftg s pM st aILpeleta_ aeobete.st'. r :
la face of the storm already,raised b1: For: the next thirty days ray. entire running from, gasoline "pump about 'fats- ', :iI<>. ,_ .. e6. .' . r /- '\.('.

his. (the Governor') previous action stock of Dry Goods.,'Shoes Notions, 100 test __y.. t .. A .YOUII JIUtNII' r I.IGI'I'III'! t"c

.U1 dare to protect L'Esgl.'epln. : Etc.,;:will be sold atCosx'ifor' ,'CA H; Today I ,find'' the :pool l 'partially Ladies BOAS.Journal" P....... ,do .

"( .:,.The! outcome'of this ease will ,bee 'W, H. SMITH.,. ; filled, .with'a dark brownish water As not waste. ........ At DAWS. ,' '. '.
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TUE. candle fantastically sputtered and overhead the I Doings in Florida AsoroTrodia! r 4j'

dark green in its steady flow

MADERAFLIJMEy1tNISOA' running swifter tore dangerous malady '
legs. Swift and certain .

strokes, and soon 'the leaks r T T T ,' """ "' ""T but>> you doril! need to ,
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Commissioners Issue Appeal. Another hoad ,for Psnsaeola.
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\ HALLET CUFT. as he stood silent shivering lie a sock around .
,.; listening for trickling The following self-explanatory: circular The application for charter'' by business .c

a faraway rumble came to has been given 'out for publication men ,of pen.acola'for what la necklo curi'i iMALLARD'S 'J

It began hollow and low tire known as'the Pensacola, Alabama and your .

'and Increased to the the State press: Tbe legislature Georgia railroad is believed by some i
Fate from the outset
very
brief college seemed of rapid firing. Instantly of Florida at Its recent session, created la close touch wth| moves of railroads -
not to favor career Nellson. He knew wbat it was. The hour I a commission to''Investigate'' the to have much-significance' attach.

for serious work In the aed. >and:: the logs were rush- j nets and doings of the trustees of the ed. The tact that there Is already projected \

of clrll engineering but shortly I upon him _ u I Internal Improvement fund from the a road running from Pensacolato SNOW.
a flash he dropped tile cara-
the full semester had opened and sprang for' the top of beginning of the trust to date. This Andalusia Ala., leads many t
yielded to the demands of his V. Ills one thought was commission Is now dally engaged in that a similar project would Dot)

spates and appeared on the I over'the side'' But although; the work required by legislative be attempted by other business men '
field to>> try for tbe eleven. it hundreds .of times, he act. There Is a mass of records, book, but for the fact that they are backed trill euro that throat in short ordor. .
He came from Madera, a "' tJallnrd's Snow Liniment : the promot-
pt'n"otrLt.ee pores
i town in tbe sunny San Joaquin that safety once-perhaps the'once his that life.In- papers, maps, charts; etc., which will liy outside parties.It : tag free circulation, {riving tho mantles mora elasticity.''
ley where he had been ntcesssrlly require some time to 'com is stated by aome'that the Central : 't
for his father's lumber, threw one leg toward plete thoroughly as. required by the of Georgia la behind the move, CURES RHEUMATISM,CUTS,SPRAtNS BRUISES..
and struck the ,candle!
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But to the' enthusiasts of the he was In total darkness, law. Numbers of witnesses who are I and while the party would not name WOUNDS. OLD SQRCS, STIFF JOINTS t

alt) world be was transformed torn loose. supposed to be material have been sub- the road or divulge the parties'' the DUftNjS AND ALL PAINS.'

; the commonplace! Clay Nellson, roar increased to penaed to appear before the commission Background, one of the stockholders .
climber to tf p+ great .and more GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
" 'of thunder'as the great at stated Intervals to testify 'as has made the statement that the' 75 .
ntncant "Bull" Nellson. trunks swept down toward to ..Individualtransactions and land miles of road from Pensacola to And JTonry Provo, Utah writes: "I havo uoed JJallafd'a +
baittack.Hit and he Snow liluijuonfc for Neuralgia Tooth-ache and Horo Throat "' r
again straggled sales and by their evidence to aid ausla will be built and that, too, withIn ,
name became associated top and each time he fell which upon njiplJc-ntion+ gtivo rte instant relief. I nan rocom-*
the veteran squad and his face of the renewed force the commission In ascertaining It the a short time He stated that those tnMicl it SA being tUo beet: JLiulmont/ : Jiavu over UBCti: in curlue

'lag made the coaches secretly I His brain became great trust of the Internal ImprovementFund >behind the movement are amply able 1 pain, oautieU; rom :Kouralg-la,,etc."

lant until there came a day. agonized voice returned to has been administered: at all times to.build. this road, as well as many PRICE'25C.50C AND $1.00

before the big California game, ' f faithfully, honestly and to the beG interests others If they so desired, as their capital < '"

his ankle'snapped In the last ') throught of the flume- of the people of Florida: .j Is almost unlimited

+', lice, and his metebrlc career. to the flume not far There may be, and doubtless are, : Ballard' Snow Liniment Co, t .

over.He He struggled ahead and citizens in various portions of the ptfite\ A murder at Mlllville, two drownings .VI
'' SOO-S02. North Cccoad Street } I .
took bis disappointment' for It blindly His bands Mollno ,
who are In\ possession of information at a suicide! and an attempted '
a stoicism for which no one tho hook that held It. ST. LOUIS .. .. '
would useful to the commission 'suicide at Century MISSOURI. 1
In' the that be were some of the
account. hospital after brain echoed to the'roar of
game he spent his days he crawled upon it, released end we have adopted this methodof crimes and casualties to occur In Es. 1, t

a principles of hydrostatics and st. and shot down the appealing to the state press to give cambia county on the fqurth. The suicide .
ing critically designs of arch currency to our desire that any and : was Miss Ellen! McCormick, a Sold and Recommended t>y .1 4 >;

;Svbile. his ,ankle slowly knitted. ". came on, scraping'and all such persons and those who have in-yenr-old girl. She drank a quantity U:\
; ,One day his nurao handed him crashing. He flat For' Sale at ,ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. tt
lay complaints against any past action of cf laudanum. The cause of the rash I t
' letter from his father, asking him '_ ___.___ _ ..
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wheezing.
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the trustees would let us know at once, act is said to hare been opposition on
come home. The flume "boss" only of a dynamic 4 I
go we may lake the matter up and he, part of her brother to her marriage KISSIMMEE
the Madera company had throb in his head. Halt. ; I
probe It to the bottom. to a young man at Century. The brox .
and Nellson; alone could flll his senses returned just as the '. ..
', for' the timber harvest was at the flume-boat. Neilson SYD L. CARTER, Chairman. ill or, 'seeing his sister dying, was, BO ,

toll along the tunnel with ter- R. P. REESE, Vice Chairman. stricken with remorse that he attempted J

So when his ankle was str The air swished past PARK. TRAMMELL Secretary to end hla' life by cutting nis ElVER ItOU'1'tSTEAMER .

enough again be returned to water cut Into his lace, F. P. CONE. throat. At !Mlllville William Charles,

mountains, and the mountains : stinging him* like drip- C. L. LEGGETT. taking on an oversupply of liquor, LILME.. STEAMER UOSEADA, 'f; "
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corned .him. The hills and lead. 0. G. 101 A.THEWS, went: Into the home of (Harry Jones Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson*. ': '
were freshing into green. once to the boat, he was r
M. S. KNIGHT and accused him o'f sending him a let Regular weekly trip to Basstneer: '. return. .
under the soft pelting of the of the tunnel into tbe brll- a d noseada leaves Klul
rains. The snows upon tho Ahead he saw, as Commissioners. ter ordering him to leave that section. vice Tuesday morning, and arrives Kieilznmee Krlday'evening. !'

,tains were resolving themselves veil, a white, frothing sea, A fight: followed. Jones secured a revolver Special Chatter Trips to Lake Oker<>ubee and Fort Myere on the Lila, :j r r'I

myriads of tiny streams that .' into his eyes. Then Who Will Succeed Judge Swayne? and shot his assailant dead. At Comfortable accommodation for paKjcngori. Rates. reasonable ;;

over stones and gravel, he realised that death The death of Judge Charles Swayne, Mollno. later in the day, five negroes The most picturesque Waterway I In Florida. .\ '

through hedges of witch-hazel at the Jump-off, when which leaves a vacancy in the Judg- attempted to cross the Escambla river For Passenger and Freight; Rates apply to ir.\; "

snanzanita until they joined one be hurled out among the ship for the (northern district of Flor In..a small row boat. It capsized and CLAY JOHN'SOM.: SR., Proprietor r:
other- the of the the river! Thero but e> On "
openings was "Llllie. Fla
ida, has caused much speculation as to two wero drowned. board Klsslmmee. .
and ,raced-down through the If the tender at Geyser {,
and the canons. aee him be could his successor. District Attorney Shep- J : .
stop rd be 9.tc
Among i these ,valleys and Bat would there be time ard of Pensacola is the only avowed The watermelon Industry in the sec. C ;?

tains the Madera lumber flume, allow the water to cease republican candidate. Democrats are tton about Gainesvllel is a very important ...-
Js the longest In' the world to settle Jn the chute also endeavoring to have the pres-!- one, and there ate.! many practical The Business Girl ,".
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Ita way Far 'amonc.th41 ,with a swiftness be dept name some democrat for the office and successful growers who earn a I .' 1.

forest it begins, and winds -before thought possible who would'' fill it acceptably. The good livelihood from this source, but J ..: .

among dense groves of spruce' forced the boat down the president's course in appointing a toV.. T. McLendon. the grower of By Cecil ford. .. '
yellow pine, .crossing >chasms him the logs boomed "
number of prominent democrats in Alachun, belong the credit probably of
cataracts, on trestles of steel, :in headlong, inexora: J 11-
resuming again the wooden tho south during recent months to high making the greatest success., not onlyin

:rwaen.It, crosses through the i'4 carried through the gloom federal positions give them cause to Alachua county, but the entire state, HIS species of girl only came into circulation during the last "
and shallow sh tunnel and over the high believe that he might take a similar for the greatest; returns from individual quarter century and although the output has been and is .
.f
cliffs and boring though the as one dropped from course were a good man '''to be of shipments.' It baa been stated by enormous, the. market remains remarkablysteady.. 'i1

of the hills, till ,It falls at Jut The flume sides became I fered. The office is a life position, one of Mr. McLendon's friends that Formerly the business man went to his office with compunction 1\\\ ,1

.the San Joaquin River. 'lower. The speed de with a salary of 16,000 per year at. one shipment of two ..carload of melons T and lagging Mep. Now he,, goes on a subway express :r k

All.cUmber. Nellson .kept the the lower canon, and as tached. Judge Swayne was appointedto 'In the early season brought $500, and waiting for tlm .in his own sanctum sanctorum Is (I,
In repair. Often ba had to ahead, the converging which a fair, or It nfay be dark haired, stenographer to inspire
the bench In 1889 by President lIar. was probably the largest
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among the mac* :-of beams shape in faraway moun returns ___ him to deeds of da'i-log and make merry his one-time solitary I
similar
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rleon end has served --continuously for any shipment In! the
girderhigh In. mid-air in the pale .radi luncheons at'MarUn's.Although .
leaks tln the)4) great"V-shaped early twilight, and. In since that time. state. a late Invention, there is little doubt that thisGirl hascome .:
chute, down which redwood logs' .'or redwood and yellow . t.o stay and the wise Qlrlologlst will early acquaint himself with her traits, for ,r'' 1 i

s'railway. ties, were shot from ; and gaunt upon the. The Fort Dallas National Dank of Governor Broward bas. appointed M. some time before the end of his allotted threescore,and ten he will have .oc t

mountains to the river.. slope's. Miami which was closed a' few days A. Brown of Jacksonville to be inspector carton to seek the Business Olrl. .;: .
Along the flume were two spans that bridged the ago, by direction of the comptrollerof of naval; stores"for'Florida, ,andJ. Much depends upon' the selection of the specimen Formerly It was 'the I t"r

one, the long tunnel Just beyond sped the drift, on the 'currency, upon Information received ''""W Sumner to be county superintendent custom for'the employer to'advertise or visit 'business school choose ./E ,
Brlnkbead a, towering bluff on, hurtling and tumbling from Bank Examiner McDonaldthat of public Instruction for Lee front the list of applicants the one showing tho greatest speed and 'accuracy ;.. I'r";
by the flume., In this winding now through dictation. This method Is now considered obsolete however '
tunnel the bank was insolvent, showed county, to fill the vacancy" caused by In a given The '2'. .
prung one day; until the loss canon toward tbe river. I employer now chooses his Girl first. sees himself that she has the proper In I
,
liabilities of the death of Dr Shands. ;.
1808.466. to
was only four miles According a Captain W. ,
water interfered with the traffic. tructlon for his particular business and starts her in his office during the .
he throw himself statement on May\ 20 last, the bank J, Nesbltt. Fort Pierce has been' '
over ,
tender at Geyser Peak close tl) appointed summer months when business and family cares are.not quite so pressing and
river end. first noticed the ;: & be reached It? lie had loans and discounts amounting to superintendent of 'Public Instruction he has more time personally to give to her training. There Is no other girl ; I

off 'of the current. his legs, but be was too $260,899';; circulation of $52,000; United for St. Lucie county.: Dr. that enjoys quite the freedom of this one, t>or one that handles that freedom I ,
*Th fowls dropping!", be prayed that the ten States bonds and premiums $19,500 Plaits having resigned on account of 80 acreetly. Of course; as In all other cases, thereare Inferior types ofiondcscrtpt ' t ,

through the telephone to the his Peak 'would be at his I and bonds securities, calms, etc., $274- ill heath Mr. Gustave Starke at Fer- hue and personality. Their unattractiveness and the difficulty' of >u v,I 7 7n 7t I
chance
of the flume: one of life. nandina has. them Into shape unfit them for any but strictly buslneos
'rushed 560. There was due from banks .and been appointed by the dressing purposes,
The head logger called to on, more swift and they play a like part In the business world to the machines which ,
.:'At upon Geyser Peak. bankers $98,400 and cash and cash governor as .county commissioner of they n I
once the climber ordered the the other hand furnishes
The true type, on
an unlimited
alert again. As be was Items on band $52.507. The capital Nassau county to flll the unexpiredterm Manipulate. field <;
stopped; and seizing his kit he t.
for study. In bin quest for knowledge, however, the student should bear In
he cried $100.000'its of .Warren"Bcott deceased. ;
the narrow flume boat into the out in a voice stock of the bank was de I;
mind that It Isn't always policy to mortgage his business even for tbe be.telrl
and drifted down toward the agony the love of life posits- $573,913 bills payable $55,000, on the .street.-From "A Guide to Ulrlology" In the Bohemian t b
four miles away. him. Had the. tender and $18,750 was due to banks and lion Frank Adams, senator from the .

.We'll cut off the' feeders 'for' Had he heard The bankers. ''I thirtieth district, has forwarded toGivernor \- -
boor, so watch your time!" the' face was stung with the ; Broward- his resignation to
logger called after him.II and his eyes: were
The special term of the circuit courtat lake effect on the election of his successor ttV (
thousand feet must. .go>> ,.down Brooksvllle after at the the Lawn the !
fore 6." reached the 'last grade. adjourned having regular election in' November Making for

I It -was'then'' 8< o'clock..' 'The and cliffs gave way once transacted a considerable amount of 1908. Mr, Adams Is spoken of .

boat carried, Neilson rapidly blurs, the swish Iualn? sl. The, term'was called for the ag a.candidate for United Statea senator I.,

tbe great .lumber-flume now back bis hair from his purpose of trying seven negroes who and he does not pvjrpoee to hold i Country Home IItJ

along the ground, now. and bill and bluff were confined in the'county jail, charged one position while running for another, _
canons and'basins of granite, past Nellson him unseen' and un- with murder. Four of the number it is understood as the reason of his I I .
still clung to the t.a
Brinkhead until at last the were convicted of murder in the first re lgnat on. By Eben E. "Rexford. ,
helpless with,
'ness of the long'tunnel d up ter ,
him. TIle grade lessens here o behind In tbe mountains degree, and sentenced to hang; two ,I',. J

, ,angle of fifteen degrees.', \ tunnel; three miles were sent up for life while the other Bartow has never enjoyed so much \ trt 2::>> ; tI
Nellson booked the boat to I tbe Jump-off! one was acquitted. The verdict of prosperity as now. On account of high

"' .i aide, and climbed over tbe edge as Nellson gripped the condemned men gives general sat, prices in phosphate, the hotels are LAWN, to be pleasing, matt have a smooth l.. even surface. y1+ l

'k the flume-step.'., Here the great V and prayed desperate- isfaction. crowded.. with phosphate men. Pebble! It can be perfectly level, or It can' elope evenly from the Itr
built from, three be felt the ran of the house to the'street.- A level lawn la easiest to make, un
up feet to seven fro phosphate Is now worth $s per ton at h,
''y Its centre that the Jogs may not and the terrific force The police of Tampa are making a'I' the mines. Hundreds of lathe less there happens to be a good deal of soil about the ,,yl 1 1houle
men
are
out la their mad' race lost its vitality, New A ,'from the excavations of the cellar. Unless a house '!
through : '
: diligent
most search for number woods \
Into a of prospecting, and several stands well above
'tunnel.. his veins he thrilled ground; on a good foundation of stone. I foA: t AIr
.Lighting.the' bis sense of 'his, hopes come Italians'who ere believed to have fled large deals have been made in the past would advise a level lawn. ;'

..pick, be began C8l1dle'n"crawling the drift slackened from New Orleans from complicity In few days. Go over the ground with spade and hoe and cut down j jall alIn
I, .+; I' edae.or the.flume.Darkness along .. la Its flow. Etlll the the kidnaping, and murder of the UtUeLam knolls. The soil thus obtained should be used in filling
,I'" '!!' .$n Oht'about' him close and 'the logs hurled the boat 1a boy two. weeks( .. ago: The state railroad commission bas : hollows. But -do not undertake to All any depression of. the surface by aim-,

palling He'', crept, on deeper. against the wooden -' appointed Frank Damon of Tallahas- ply dumping loose soil Into it. Put ,in a little, work It over until mellow and'tIIen IfI 1.1n:

, f deeper listening for dripping .' ,1Iume.-until at last the Another bank has been' organized 1 In -"t. Inspector of railroad properties; beat it down thoroughly. Then put In some more and repeat the beat- 1 It
It to a standstilL' Ing process, and keep on doing this until the I I
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surface la
above even. It la
tbe lick, lick'of: ,the. c Brooksvllle and will be ready for business ' Mr. t Damon Is a well known civil engineer very necessary 111W
In the flume. lay upon the boat, weak that this part of the work should be carefully done. It it ;
is the a
,.., ,The candle threw about October 1, Owing to the with large experience In railroad not
{ wavering circle of light about i, the river-drivers came soil will settle and your lawn will have little Inequalities all over Its surface ,: a.
t Far' behind him he could see the trail from':tbe river. great increase of business it was necessary construction and 'engineering and will and be anything but satisfactory. ;; ra

f entrance ot,4thstunne4 him. And listening Nell- ,. to organize another banking Institution be a valuable acquisition to the coco After having leveled the ground, the surface of It should be scarified In '\) to
i After 'searching a long: 'time how the tender,at Geyser to"meet 'the demand. mission. some manner;to prepare ''It' for the reception of seed. Some persons go over l In,

'' found the leak.' The licking : seen him whirling by,. and -, It with the hoe, making little cuts all over the ,surface,following this operaO: r.'
+ "..water In the Immense 4 groove to the head of the flume* >v11L'the 'close or?business4forthfists The-Jacksan: Lumber company operating lion with an iron rake, to pulverize the soil. This does very well where the I'\

lost.,)n the drone of the/ tiny I to' be shut off. .year' .t the) Pcngacola custom at Lockhart. Ala,, end owned grounds are small, but Is a somewhat tedious task on large grounds. I would It' .

leaping forth between the.'.pr ,a.girders.pew climber: s'swings 'house, it was'"ealed that the past by Michigan capitalists; has filed .suit t advise using a harrow'drawn, by one horse do over the ground thoroughly j. B
4. ,'planks. Nausea (sto'!S his assists and beam,. and 'lear'erupdrt and Import badness bad at Pensacola against, the ,Louisville one way and then aroe.-harrow 4C Do not'have the harrow teeth set to cut
plclc., into the wooden cbnte?and at the bead of deeply Into the soil-,,-ThJs' is unnecessary, as alj you 'want to do'I.! '
la always careful when the been the largest<< ; and most/ and Nashville,, the Central,.or Georgia, pare the surface for the seed.. If there to pre ,
gan Ji&mmerlng with bis ,, Are any bits of
:- sward or' J
forctac tbet*oakum"threads i Into resumed after,a delay and tul"'n the history.of? Upen, ac6ia, .not* and nine other railroad companies to harrowing Is completed pulverize them with the Iron rakes, clods after ,/

i :earns, and tightening the bolts- : e Is at;,work' The caution withstanding: the fact, that for two recover $65,000, alleged to be due"''011 If harrowing is not feasible;,the 'spade can,be resorted to is' a leveling' AI.Tu

1a.1'f.kdfor' be kne'Wthe; '41tt,'W part. of the man..,. months shipping was demoralized, onaccount account of excessive freight rates.''Th s tech, .Or a garden cultivator can be used ''With a fair degree of sneers un.. .
\ -* -of'the;' -bevoe-wrought--by-the lumber company alleges less the soil I is grassy: Manure should be '
; soon be .resumed. abort, w ,.. that'the, advance applied! .liberally, and can be done
'\: OU111 wef eseajwil*' ,Jj. '/:--,..,.""."".'.....':11I&.1." n..noI' (, .. hurricane "of September, The exports, in 1903 ,of Z;cents a hundred Jorates' most, effectively when the* process of Jeyellng.ti going 00,. for. then. it be. 'ch.e sir ,
..; most'of: his 'clothes. and. we end''a thief to catch which heretofore bad: ,i&bt, exceeded north. of the Ohio .river,1s a dis I comes thoroughly mixed with the solL I cooid advise chemTcal' fe tilisera,' i

,0e" the 'wire,Into the rnnalnf" .robbed. .a thlet..--Life. $ a.oO.OOO.aJmost) : reached 920,060,000. crimination rate. bone dut. or guano,.because with these we get no weed seeds.-From "Mak ' 01M '
h' ing ,the CountrytIlome" in the Outing Magazine., s
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FOURT&S. 'vICTIMSAmerica's 'CHALLENGED". ,BYTILLMAN. LOCAL ,OPTION BEST *,CHINA t ,'TAt:_ !" WRATH : ,SGHMITZ' DERIDED' Jt.' 'CM1W'; '. i.CARS_. UPHEI r


'Senator Dolliver of Iowa Rouses !ire of 'Uncle 1 Sam 'Because 'of/Alleged I III I..T..tm.nt' I. 1 In DeotatfW I : I by Jnttvetate ',Cans

South Carolinian and I. Asked IOn 'Yellow ;
to
of Men In Cernm.ei.Ryht'tepsreb
Natal Day Was Resolutions'' Against Stato Grafting-Frisco. Mayor Sentenced -
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Fight a Duel.. 'H ,
Races'
1I, the United State*. kr the ,' 8ftOtIoMd'I'I;;
Prolific in Fatal! Accidents., ,Prohibition in Georgia.ATLANTANSFILEPROTESf. -. '.'..-' a ... to .Five Years. ,-

Angered because Senator Dolliver '"le most aggressive letter that has ., 0 A.'Waahington'ipeolal ""i"fte lax:;,

took exceptions to his views: on the. come J from the pen of a Chinese anent terstato commerce, caabl: In'a 4aclsion ;. i"

THE USUAL LONG ,LISTThlrtySeven race question. Senator Benjamin Ryan ''the United States, exclusion, act ,II a JUDGE ,DUNNE'IS LAUDEDCheers ,, Monday' la.'the case ot"Oeorga. '.

Tlllman ot South. Carolina, who dellv* document written by Kong Yue Wel .. Edward.!&. negro woman, 'agattua ttsNashville. ..,

Met Death, While; 2,153 ered an address In Jackson,. Mlch:, on The Atlanta Journal. Governor Smith's leader of the Chinese reform movement : Chattanooga and, ''St. Luau :''
the fourth of July has issued ."challenge of BIg' Crowd Broke Forth Unchecked
Were Burned or, Maimed-.List of to Dolliver to fight a duel. Staunehest Supporter, Also Sounds who recently left Mexico City In, Courtroom, When Sera railroad- 'heI4"that u"" where, ','a'' railroad :

Dead Four More Than That Tillman asserted that 'only *by this Warning Note--:State's Interests for New York. tend Was Pronounced-Scene. provided) certain accommodation '''f.. 'Q.

; of Last Year.. I method could hit.honor be vindicated.Tlllman Would Be I Injured., ', r The document was written 'in the '' Most Remarkable: tAt a first class, Qtasnenger of) the'' white':.

made' his usual speech beforea .f form of a letter to1' President Roose. race.It la commanded by the law. that

The -Chicago: Tribune in FrIda,,'* is-. large and enthusiastic audience' and At a meeting of about ICO prominent volt seeking to enllot 'the president'said San Francisco Monday: Eugene like accommodations: shall be .'.provid

JUG says: Thirty-seven at the close he requested all who coin. In a, revision of the present laws. B. Schmlts, convicted of extortion, was' ed for negroes. --who bave': purchased ,9
men, women sided wltlrlils-views to stand up.' Ev citizens! held at the Piedmont hotel Just before leaving Mexico City sentenced 'to five year. In'the pent I first class tickets. It,holds that In this,

and, children are dead and 2,153 are erlbodrta. Audience i stood. In .Atlanta, Wednesday, afternoon, 'Kon Yu 'Wei gave to 'the Daily, Record teftUal")'. When the)' sentence was'pronounced case It Is manifest the railroad "has

maimed, lacerated or bruised' as a resultof'Thursday'j Dolliver got Into town Friday and strong resolutions were adopted placing an aftel'1ooD.',paper'published here, there was a* remarkable' outburst .. unduly, and :unjustly''discriminated' la

excess ot patriotism la Immediately began to 'abuse TU JDan. the meeting 'squarely oa :recordas old a local afternoon' paper a copy of I of applause1 from the hundredsof come 'particulars 'against. colored p.s-*

the United State The number of dead He ridiculed every: statement, the this letter. ,aod! authorised its publics persons who crowded, Judge Dunne's, sengers and'' orders 'that ''where"tnj,, "
opposing state prohibition. The
does not Include five drowned during southern senator made. Tlllman, whois ions. courtroom. railroad provides a wash ''bowl east

the day. the'guest of acquaintances In a nearby resolutions state that It.Is the belief= After reciting what the Chinese have Judge Dunne sentenced Schmlts; towels. In the coaches of this white'passengers .;

The roster of the dead, li four more lake resort, hurried into town .ot the citizens that prohibition 'is contrary done for the development of the.west, to Imprisonment In San'Quentln 'penitentiary. !.', and a separate smoking .-*

r than last :year's. mortality. A year inserted a notice in ,the evening papers : to the best: moral and material Mr. Kong details the treatment the ,.Sentence followed the recent partmeut, similar accommodations r

ago thirty-three persona were dead on of Jackson, In which he stated interests .of 'Atlanta and other large Chinese people have rcetved at the conviction of Schmlts,for extorting $1-; shall be provided. r ,,negro passed-?.
the morning after the fourth, including he had been grossly Insulted, that lathe hands of the.people of the United 175 from French 'restaurant keepers gers paying similar centers. It Is further stated that state
Ave drowned. south the way those things are adJusted States and says:, of Ban Francisco.As The complainant who had percher'

Unfortunately the death roll will lacreaso -, Is by the duel route.. Dolliver prohibition Is contrary to the principle "Two decades of rigid enforcementof > the last' words .of the sentence er d a first class ticket from Chattanooga -'

f day by-day,. and;even the late' read the story In the' newspaper and of home rule, which j>remta one community i the exclusion laws have brought fell from'' the judge' lips, the great ,, Tenn., to Dalto,Oa.,, was"remo'r.ed :

days of August will witness additions met Tlllman the lobby of &M, >o Ostego to'make Its o..n. laws to meet i about the ill will of four hundred million . crowd that bad stood'throughout the from a car for white pe.ou''' to

to It. Tetanus (lockjaw), that grim hotel A stormy interview was the result certain conditions. people. dramatic scene sent up a thunderous one for nerf0811, and complained thatshe

i '\/. aftermath of gunpowder wounds, ,and it 'was only through, the efforts The experience Atlanta' had With A united Chinese nation will seek cheer "Good for 'you]'' shouted a man was. discriminated against because*;

{ claims its victims by scores and even of bystanders that serious trouble prohibition some years 'ago; la touch. to assert Its rights and' avenge ,Us in the back ot the room. His ejaculation . ot her color and not afforded equal fa1duties. r

by hundreds for weeks after .the fourth, was averted. Dolliver said be was ed on. and it is declared that, in many; wrongs Its .anger will be vented'' in: was echoed and' re-echoed'by ono Commlnloner- Lane, ,who rez* ' ; ,

\\ New York, leads all cities of the 'not fighting duels, and Tlllman branded respects, the morals of the communitywere ways that.I dread to think of. after another of the spectators., Several dared the decision ot the-commission. d'', 1

United States In th.'number of killed him as a co-ward for not being able worse then than they; have ever "The time will come when, a small threw their hats Into the air.,others held:, -

. and Injured.!Ten persons are dead In toback up his 'statement, and be declared boen since that time. spark may start an uncontrollable conflagration scrambled on chairs to look "er'the "The expenses of the small'' smoking t

that city while six or more are 110 seriously that the time would come when The meeting in many, respects wasa and the friendly ties 'between shoulders of the crowd. The great compartment In' the latter .(the 'car -

;, hurt that It !Is expected they, he would square things with the gentleman remarkable one. It was composed of I ,our people be severed beyond est contusion prevailed. / 'for whites) accounts for nearly all"thacUfference >'

,. will die within a few hours. At the from Iowa. prominent '.mea In all walks of life. remedy. Attorney Fralrail of the defense' rati-, : In .cost', between the. two, ';

t New York hospitals 423 were treated.? Dolliver left Jackson Friday even The fcenUmcnt of the meeting was "Americans have ,been wont,to' condemn lug his voice above the din. called cars.". '

.. No record was !toads ot the number of ing. He was followed to the station practically _a uuTt>for the continuanceof Russian cruelty toward the out to' Judge Dunne;' "Your-, honor, He bolds that the broad question'ot',

rv .... dispensary cases cared for bv an angry mob of several hundred, local option Jews. How J;much more humane has: this cheering Is ,a .very unseemly oc toe rlght4inder\ the thirteenth and four. i

; The poUce no doubt averted a great- and the police had difficulty In getting The Atlanta Journal, Governor been America's. treatment of the 'Chi. currence." teenth amendments to the COD.UtuUODU
"
b"'i; cr casualty list by arresting 428 men him through the mob In the train Smith's staunchest supporter in the ne.er v "Well," retorted Judge Dunne, with to segregate'' white and colored passengert -.

and boys for carrying weapons. shedJ. Tillman remained In the hotel, cute campaign also comes out strong "Can civilized America reconcile spirit, ",It' we bad a sheriff worthy of 'has been held br the supreme .t .

There were 116 Are. In Greater New walking backward and forward In an ly against state prohibition !in the fol. such treatment of their fellow creatures the name, it would have been stopped 'court of the United' States'The'byln. , '

t York during the day. These figures excited mood. Tlllman's speech caught lowing editorial utterance: with divine, law? Courtesy and instantly." ion continues '

:, break all fourth of July records for the town,. while Dolllver'a efforts' at "After the most earnest and sincere kindness should be reciprocated without Sheriff'' Thomas Odell was, standing "Accepting these decisions as'conclusive -'

the big metropolis.Plttsburg answering the South Carolina's senator's deliberation taking Into consideration a difference between the treatment inside the trial rail and be turned' to upon the coastltntlonallty such. :

ran New York a close argument mot with a flat fail every aspect and bearing of Americana received In China and that the cour( and protested: "Nobody .laws, we ,turn to 'the'consideration' of:;I

second la the grim race, nine per ure. the question we have arrived at, the accorded to Chinese In America.*" could have stopped that, your honor: the reasonableness of such. a rule;: whear-

eons yielding up their lives on the conclusion that It Is the solemn duty Among the modifications" he "suggests Special Agent Burns of the prosecution Imposed by the carrier; and this w.'

':' aHar,, of frensled patriotism. "FEMALE/ SOLDIERS" UNDER BAN ; of this paper- 'to enter its, ,protest In the existing law',is the,ab llabmenl led a number of bailiff and said find to hay. been passed upon:by', this

,' Chicago although the second city against the/ present movement to adopt of the objectionable features "Clear the courtroom I 'Clear the courtroom commission within a few ,months of'

.\ ot the country added. only two dead Edict Issued Against Those Wearing/ state prohibition in the state of <* ,Identification, such as photograpa !" Its"organisation 'Inf .the", case''of>r;Coun-/'

"i. to the nation's total. Confederate Uniform.At Georgia. and the body marks; that no restriction But only a few(of the hundred and ell YL. "Western 'and ,Atlantic railroad

P, Springfield 111., supplied farce vic "But we believe that the highest as to -ports of entry be' made; that odd apparently ,delighted'men obeyed' company, which waa decided December<
a meeting held in NaahvllIe.Tenn.,
tics: Chatham. Ills,, two and Aberdeen Friday night Frank Cheatham bivouac.. Interest of the state, and the dictates certificates Issued to Chinamen ,by Chinese the sharp order. I Some of 'them bustled .. ". 1381. and which held this separation1may ;

., : 3. Dak., two. No other town or United Confederate Veterans, the second of_ true patriotism demand that we chambers of, commerce endorsed unceremoniously out.Into the hall be carried out OQ'rallro c1''trains. ,
.' city In the country gave up more than largest confederate set our face against a movement which by American consuls should entitle ways. About one hundred others kept without disadvantage! to either race*
organizationIn .
I. one of !Iti own to death. menaces the welfare of'- our people Chinese'to'free entry: He asks that -vantage'iplaces around the"counsel 'and) with Increased comfort to loth.'Again ,
the
The total number of injured 2,153 against women south adopted wearing confederate resolutions and Is calculated to dofeat'k the end th\s\ '.be PPllec1 In' the Philippine and table, where S'ch.mtta..e' t dictating; la Heard'vs. Georgia railroad

'c .Is under last year's figures which unltorms which its well-meaning advocates Hawaiian Islands.\ a statement to the newspaper men. company, decided, February, .t8.,."l8M,
and demanding that all "fe
;" were J.78J. male soldiers" now attached to Con have in .view. We feel that we wouldbe The. dramatic'atmosphere was heightened the commission' held' !that: ,saparatjoa.

TBe figures show that this year, a.i federate organizations withdraw at recreant to the people of Atlanta JAIL A FEWkTRUST'MAGNATESIsAdvlce'ef by a staff'jot' e .paper' photographers of .white ,And< colored' b.. enlieri'payIng -

i t last year, the most of the casualties once and to the people of Georgia, as ,a at who exploded flashlight after: the' same- ;' fare Is', not unlawful., 1C ,

were due to carelessness In handling Those resolutions will be sent to all whole If we did not voice protect .. Bryan Canquet Glvsn flashlight until the courtroom was, so cars and accommodations' equal ln' ali ,-

,,. firecrackers: and other forms of harmless Confederate organizations: the south. which hangs upon the lips of thousands In His. Honor. filled with' 'smoke" that It became.. sti respects' are furnished to both, ad'tile .,-

explosives The story behind the resolutions, had of good.men and true'men. high ,"Send John D.. Rockefeller and a Slag same cars and''projection: 0" of passenger' . ..

I Victims Of gunpowder. stand: second Its beginning: at the recant! reunion at in their morality. unimpeachable, in dozen other trust magnates to prison The 'sentence or'the convicted mayor; la observed. ,'" ,
crease ,from last year's figure's. their integrity and stjpremely devotedto was In'one, respect without parallel ""While, therefore. ,the 'reasonably: ,
Richmond when there appeared the fwd "
In but on 'the' welfare of the for,a long term ot years one of, In the ,criminal annals of San Fran- ideas such ,
number show
? a marked de- staff General D. state: L regulationastOJ, : :: * of Stephen Lee a Geor. .
vital before '
the most questions the
The crusade against: the deadly toy "In the first place there has teen Cisco.. Half a dozen ume8', Judge state passenger tralBc.hi
gia woman clad In the full regalia of
.pistol seema! to be"bearing, fruit,". as general sword and all Her appearancecreated a no'mandate from" the people ,for this people"of declar4d'UUam'this' country: will have J.; been Dunne.,was ,Interrupted .by
&, this year only SOS victims'were'' re deal legislation. In the ,long campaign of : solved. Bryan, protested in strong words,againstthe may dlscrlmisate& ....... thIs, "
of .
a great
antagonism: at a banquet ,given in his honor by '
ported ,a* against .304 I t'ear' .' the old soldiers. last year many momentous Issues were "delivery of a lecture" instead:oC colored passengers .In,tb* ,
r among, The resolutions were drawn by discussed It war perhaps' the: great Dr. Sol C. Dickey president of the the (pronouncement of Judgment. He lions which,theyf furnish:;;to each,,;.' 1t
up Wlnona '
Lake assembly at Warsaw;
BANK TELLER IS",NABBED.Runan. Colonel John P.: Hickman of Nash. educational. ,campaign ever held_lathe tndlana.- accused the court ot unnecessarily humiliating principle: that''must govern Is that: the"
state. Matters of ,him and'giving' opportunity carriers must 'serve equally well.ga'. '
ville. It recite that "some of the generals great Importancewere "Presldent Roosevelt and others are. : : : ",
Who Stole $$54,410, FlushedIn of the south have adopted the discussed and the controlling issues for.further' humiliation by ''the repbrt- passengers, whether white or: colored, "
now toe successful Issue
a Boarding House finally evolved.: bringing Ing of his remarks in the press. Once, paying the, same fare., Failure'to 40thli 4 r'

Chester. Runyan the defaulting modern the men wpmanwbich and women of,repugnant the south."to I "Prohibition was not among them. the seventeen principles years and ideas" Mr.I' advocated'coo. replying to the prisoner, Judge Dunne Is dJ crlmllYUolf'- and; tupjecta'the j ;'
: The declaration of ago Bryan .aaldi: passenger to''undue unreasonable
teller of the Windsor Trust company, The lady, It is stated had nursed the Macon platform tinued. \ and .
was'arrested In New York Friday, and General Lee through 'recent was clear and explicit. It demandedthe '"Such brazen effrontery: was probably prejudice ond disadvantage."*
a spell true ai
"This is particularly regards
454,410( of the money stolen from the strictest enforcement of the local 'no more than,should be'expected
of illness and for her .services
'
was
the .
tariff. The president Is compiling
bank vas recovered option taws so that, prohibition In and It was the duty of. the court to SAME OLD TRAGEDY' ENACTED,
the with the
adopted on staff rank of -
'future tor
my speeches me. '
r Ruayan was found In an apartment, surgeon general.JAPE such counties 'as have Voted for it in. ,hear It In patience" -: '

wbere he bad been since he walked out dlvidually would be prohibitive-in letter .. Mr. Bryan took a fling at the, president's At another time ,Attorney Metson Irate Husband, Perforate His. .Wife's

h of the bank on Saturday with all (hemoney ENTERTAIN LUKE WRIGHT and In spirit. cabinet, saying that there; was of the defgnse Interposed a ,vigorous I Halt.( Lover
with fetrr .
not in it 'who
a man agreed v
in the teller's vault packed in 'It is the duty of this legislatureto objection in support ot bjs, .client "to. News staterthat
c L) --- Rosevelt. KnoxvllleTenn I .
Referring to the controversy : ,
"
: out that the court's lecture.\
his suit carry plank of the democratic
case.
Utmost Cordiality Expressed by Officials between the United K.. Macklin; 'aged 2t : ehol'and'almost '
States and Japan was '
,
. platform Judge Dunne's reply was ,that Mr. .. .., A '" ;? J,
BARR IN. FULLCrWrtCE. I Toward Americans The Savannah chamber of commerce ,. Mr. Bryan who during,, hla?trip Motion 'l iastead''of, interrupting' the Instantly killed bjf Edward '

General Baron Kurokl the Japanese and the Savannah board of trade have around the world, visited the eastern proceedings, 'ought, to ,,be given a day MCNew.,while the former was,In'com.af'I .:

Erstwhile Railroad Man at Helm of imperial envoy to the Jamestown ex. passed resolutions declaring in the empire said a, little more,, backboneat In court to,' answer to the charge that pany.ot the latter's wife.The.tragedy. t.
position, who bas returned home occurred '
(. Jamestown Exposition. luncheon in ,Toklo Friday In'honor gavea strongest terms against the passageby Washington 'would settle the differences he had'attempted to,tamper,; with the. on what is, known ad Iutj, }
for; aR'Ume to comewithout' a troll's bluff' south'of the
the state jury which convicted Schmlts.Metacn 'Tennessee
legislature ot' ,
the '
The board of directors of the Jamestown prohibition
of Luke E. Wright, the American' ambassador '
measures Separate resolutions conflict between the two natlono. restraining himself calmly river.. McNew had for' some time 'auspected !
Exposition at a meetIng -
company Field Marshal Oyama. representing "Japan will follow in the 'path of answered In the same '' that bis wife was :on : .'1
In Norfolk Friday night, adopted the' himselfIn were adopted, by each body. All. however spirit saying toolatt t
army expressed Spain and other' nations once powerful '' mate terms with Macklin.Macklin '1"-
the report of the conference committee join la declaring: that the material that: he was ready to 'answer any .
M the most appreciative terms of the
unless there Is a religious awak.
formally electing James M. Barras Interests of the cities of Georgia, charge that was made against; him. and McNew. saw each 0tht '
:!. director general of the exposition. magnificent and enthusiastic reception. and, also of the country, are threaten. ening in that country: ," he said. "There Judge Dunne warned Matson that another 'er about the same time ..nd'oil pun'a

,- Mr. Barr 'la given absolute power IA accorded' everywhere General in Kurokl the United and his States.party ed by) such legislation as is proposed leone, thing. that can save,Japan and" Interruption would provoke. .a jail !ed, his pistol at about' : the same I intl,
: that Is the spread of Christianity. taut.. McNew fl.od+ first however.
the. direction of the. show The Columbus city council has adop. .sentence. .torcontempt.CLOSES : t
,\ ted a resolution expressing disapproval
FATALITIES OF THE FOURTH. -- ,
SIX DAGOES HALED TO COURT. of the state prohibition bills. The KILLED ENEMY iN COURT ROOM. FLOATING POOL ,ROOM. ,STORY DENIED' BY'..DOLLIVER.Iowa . f
vote was 8 to 4, two members. of couavll -' -
Chicago Record-Herald Makes Canvasof
r Murderers of Kidnaped Boy Taken to Accidents In United States. not voting. Victim' Shot In. Back While Listeningto Gov.rnment'O"ata. 'a Gambling'' Syndicate ,Senator Says That. 'He Had. N. .' ,
.
Hahnvllle, La. for Trial. Thirty-six persons were killed and'1171 ,- I. Attorney's. Argument. at Chicago,: Trouble'' with Tlllman.' *
.
Jtt Surrounded by :police officers and ,injured 'while c celebrating Independence ADMIRAL FARQUHAR DEAD.. While listening to Attorney F. A. ,By, the: revocation of the ffaiaenger, In regard to special "rel'Orts' from

r special deputies six Italians, four men Day, according to the Chicago w, i Hopkins argue a case .In the' Freston- certificate of the steamboat City of Jackson? Mich. regarding an atlegedaltercaUOD'
Noted Retired 'Naval OfficerSuccumb. burg Ky,..court house Wednesday, Joe Traverse the:
and two women who have been held lecord-Herald. which made a' canvassof government Monday between Senators Dourer\
in' the parish prison in New Orleans the accidents In the entire, United ed to Stroke of Apoplexy. Fitpatrlck It is alleged walked up dealt a heavy blow to the alleged gambling and Tlllman' at'JackeonSenator: Deliver

In connection with the kidnaping and States In Chicago six persona'were Rear Admiral Norman Farquhar. behind, Andy ;Coburn and shot him syndicate of the'city of Chicago.' says:. c
_United States navy, retired, died suddenly three times in the'backkilling him. The City'of Traverse'leaves '
Chicago
1 murder of eight-year-old Walter. I amana. killed by revolvers, which:were -supposed "There Is not a shred of truth In tha,
at the Hotel Thorndyke. James During the ,anlO,which ensued Fltz- ,each day and anchors -In Lake Mich.
aboard train : story
; were placed a on to be'unl0a.4ed, and with .the : Senator Tillmanapoke"at, Jackson -: .
Wednesday and taken to Hahnvllle the deadly giant'firecracker. New York furnished town. R. L, Wednesday night Death patrick and a crowd of relatives Qulet- gan,' near'the lines' at intersection ot 'on July a and and left on the sameay '
was due to apoplexy. Rear* Admiralrarauhar'a 17 left'Qle courtroom-m atte1npt,belli" the states Illinois Indiana
and MichIgan
seat'of St. Charles parish to be arraigned seven of the dead, while the for Louisville I made ,a' speech
on .the charge. of conspiracyto remainder of:the list of fatalities are tome'was In Washington. made to arrest ''him.'Coburn was lately and,'It is alleged la operated'at there' the 'nejt; 'day .and. 'left for Chi-,
D. C.. and the body was removed to indicted upon 'a charge ot killing :'a a floating !pool room. The action taken '
,, murder, for which, they were all scattered over the country. : ago arl1''onJ'uly'5: , I have not. seen
that city: cousin ot Joe FUzpatrlck. revokes the license '
. vessel's Senator Tlllman "
indicted several days ago . la..j since March 4. J,
i I -mf MMMM MM "
I FATALITY LIST INCREASES.
THREE CHILDREN 'CREMATED.Burgalrs ENGLAND PREPARING'NOTE.' FLORIDA BANK'; INSOLVENT. 'OTHERS ARE LSo'WARM..
- J.
&WINQ.GUM I IS BARRED. uJ ,
'
-4,1' **-' V
Additions Fourthof -
Being Made Dalll to '
'Set Fire: to Looted.. Store, and Casualties. ''. Will Address Sultan of Morocco Anent .Fort. Dallls National) of Miami Closed To'rld Heat Wave Is Stretching Over ---.
July Capture of General Maclean. o by Comptroller.A Entire\ ,!)can.Grove,' N. J*.Prohibits. Its,Sal v,. % ''
Country
Holocaust Resuts. A, Chicago special says!: With ,the
'It Is understood that Washington dispatch says: The Tobacco Already Cut Out.' '
the British minister :,
+ Fire started burglars who looted grim returns still :coming In the ..Dnm.bel" r Monday Was the warmest day, in
to ,Morocco, O. ,A. Lowther, Is Fort Dallas National ,Bank of Miami, Ocean'"Orove. .N, ''J. now jjronlbUa! nithesal..of
of fourth of July casualties for Washington .
a small! grocery store in Houston early preparing to send a strongly: wOrded Fla.,, was closed Friday by direction city this .year, Up In theweather ? / ,
ch.wing"sue
1907.' have eclipsed all records Jo. the ; the within>'ta. .
bureau, "
,Tuesday caused the death of three iota to' the sultan, on 1 the subject of of .the. oolnptrollet'of the ,currency 00' maximum temperature ; r \ "
last ulna years. The ,total .number of Information recorded was 93.3 a 4 m. but City limit*..; There'bas. ..beejj},* kaVod: ; .
children r of Hr.a,: dMrs.. Jacob ,Pra the capture of Cald General .Maclean, received from ,Dank Examlnart $ p. I
dead llaa'rear..bed fifty-nine. This figure ,IcDonald that 1M bank .Insolvent down town,.the mercury'soared ,In'of- tobacco 'at"Oceaa OroWfoime. ., '. r ..
gesi i I'who, conducted the store and commander ct the sultan's body guard, Is ..
was.eight ; -
than a a and -
,4 ,whose. family oooupled the upper' floor was only afore twice'year before: jo,In the who'recently was made, a prisoner by ,' The J Uablitla'aire given,,as flclal thermometers to: overr:, P', \Amumber'of W, 'chewing. . .." uni/aas: -
of the building, equaled the .bandit RalsuU.! |803.48. ,heat-,heat-prostration-occurred. i'nee t't\ "
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i* _i ": YtII Ie.PI1..1U1D long.srlddo: just J as I good work In .BARGAINS IN RATES AND" SCHEDULES. TO THE "I,,
: tt, y ., every way as those uttered b.be ,. J

foreign concern.
The merchants am able to do this !
CVKRY: FRIDAY. by reason of the fact that they' are Jamestown.Exposition

N Office inValle' Gazette Building. not subject to the enormous expenseof Summer Goods !
paylogblit salaries to chosetralned .
'KMBUOaaiOSCKOLA: : COUNTY FtA. agents and providing them with expensive : 111 St'aaon'Tlclcet.. . . . ' . . . .MO 43 Soli I:! Dally .'<:
..... teams and wagons, of which - -- Sixty-Dav Tickets. . . .'. . . . 33 70 Sold Daily 1 fol

W. H.' HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r.SUBSCRIPTION every purchaser of a range must Fifteen-Day Ticket. . . . :7 35 Sold Dally. ,
needs pay his hare. ", j' .Coach Excursions, $17.35' sold each Tuesday and Friday, limit ten -..;
KATES ,"Q Those who have already purchasedranges ,- days. Not good In Parlor or" t Sleeping. car*. I

_ _,........ .... .... ..... .ft OO from these agents. have paid Goods Clothing Shoes: '" 4
_F..... rmeh... ....,..... .. ....... ft* for them and can only make the best Dry;; ;. : Coast Line "Norfolk Flyers." ....
::_1'.t.Ia.the.......... .......: ... 116 of a bad bargain, but we would suggest .. .. ; l

An -...- --.' except from ur'author: have w those not vet who done intend.b,-purchasingand that they ' and Notions: .1' '. 82 80 7 85 89 .
., ._imnainiailanta.mo.t b..l.a.d br u..writan consult our local merchants first andget Lv, Kisimme .12 30 a.m 1 07 'p m Lv. Norfolk . 610 P m 8:5 a III M1
,...... __ will not b* raturMd ..al.rtor. their Ar, Jacksonville 7 30 a in 7 00 p In Ar. Jacksonville 220 p m 000am
; prices.A is sufficient. L.. Jacksonville 9 30 .a m '7:15: a m Lv. Jacksonville 230pm 0 30 a 01 .
\ word W the wise
......'at.....Peel>aftloe Ia KUclminoa, Da" ,a* .. Ar.'Norfolk . . ''730.. m S 2.1') I p in Ar. Klssimmee., .., I 8:! 13) p m 414 p m ;
...........mail matter."Friday -- -- 1 ,
Higher. Education in Florida.Wblle COMPANY.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Quickest Line!" Double Dally 'Service.
({ 1 If. C. STANfORD j
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July 12, 1007v Florida is making great progress : 't \1 i
along other lines, it is a gratifying Only Line! Operating Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car and Pullman.

fact that her Institutions higher .__,_ .
t At a meeting of the Orange County learning are also 'keeping abreast of -- -, '.'" T, -, "n. Standard Buffet Sleeping. Cars. . .

t; ,Democratic Executive CommIUe_held. the The times University in the matter of the of State education of Florida -.. -- .+. Trains No. 82 and No! 85 carry Pullman Standard Sleeping ears between ""

,last Saturday, T. P,. Warlow, E.q.. I located at Gainesville, and the'iorlda Q) Port Tampa and Norfolk. and Trains No. $0 and No., 8 IJ carry Pullman
by Tourist Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Norfolk. '
was recommended for appointment Female College at Tallshas- .
the'governor to fill the uneiplred: term see. are now firmly established Instl OSCF: ; OL1A S\
llons and are prepared to do as THe ATLANTIC COAST LINE
If of the late Judge J. F. Welborne'asprosecuting .

attorney .of the Orange good character work as in any the institution country. of similar ,, SS ; Write for illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive motter, "list, of

County Criminal) Court. While these schools are -already as PI-:1 R hotels, etc. .' .
qX.
well equipped as many others, yet the : For reservations or information, add vena: ,. .
State wishes to make her schools the J. W. CAimT. P. A. Tampa, Fla. J. G. KMKL.ANIJ IX P. A.. Tampa Fl J..
i J: JV meeting of j-epreseDtallve citizens: very best. The Legislature of 1907 W J, CKAIU, P, T, M,: T" C. WHiTHf, G, 'Po A., Wilmington/ N. C,

was held In Orlando last Friday at appropriated H.W.OOO for each of THE Don't forget us when J in i I I l
vhlvh. it was decided to petition the these institutions! the money to be ex- ;
.
Commissioners of Orange county to pE'nded'larllel" fur new build Inlls. """"%; ,,,%%%%%%,%%%%%%% % %% --"""1C. %% %%%'%'%%%""""'"%%
'The""U n I verslty offers courses In ", LEADING) need of Anything >
;, calla wet and dry electlogat an early
,
i
f civil engineering, mechanical engineering .; A. CARSON, PrldBt. N..: C, BRYAN. Secretary. > .
resolved 'I' .
Itself Into .'
date The meeting electrical engineering agriculture "',' .' ," the I
t', organization by, .he and besides the "; DRUG in Drug .;
a permanent (" pedagogy T:I :H: :EI
,: election of officers and committees to regular literary' courses. Sbort i
not leading to decrees, are STORE Line.
courses ;
/j look after the details and wage waragaln.t offered In pedagogy, agriculture and I" Waters & !
s Co.
the, wetsaA mejhsnlo arts. I" . -= i Carson Grocery .:
? The Female; College, Tallahassee) ::
Wolfe In t.hlt First has a school of tine arts Including{ I $ --- WhoUKBla ...dltct.UO..I.rala1! :
Judge over "flerblne" FREE Customer ;
music-art and l'xpre8sloocolll'1l8 jg:; fl\ Bottle ol to Every I

t. Circuit set the pace in blind tiger of liberal arts, a school for teachers, :' RIES [ :j
; sacs in Jackson county I lust. week a school of domestic science. In the VVVVVVUVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVMACHINERY O G >f

i when he .refused to Impose a fine school for teachers1 the training for .i r

against. negro man convicted ofselling kindergarten teachers is made an important rt
feature. Only the best teach : aII
y blind tiger booze but sentenced ers are employcd in these schools and COUNTY AGENTS FOR V r
him to floe on the "ganir" at the consequently thorough instruction is i[

r.. same time giving notice of his Intention !given in every department .A Y 1 ORATES
.. to deal but like sentence to Tlie COIlt.'for a year at wither. of Portable and SlatloDerylOnlrlneaDd .J I Celebrated Fertilizers: I
these Institutions 1..o. small that10 1 .
OUA.1X {
Sawmills Woodwork'ing
every person convicted, regardless Hollers; ; ETC. ; \ "
Florida boy or girl need go out into i j
m to color station life. The actionof Machinery and Supplies. Complete Clrcalara and Prlc. ,
,or in I life without the udvantages' of college Liberal J
line curried In stock.
the Judge is, in our opinion, emlneptly training _.. %a' termVrlte tor. catalogue. :/'iR Far.Uh.d oa Application.HIDES Ti t
-
) proper, aud if followed by the All The World Art State agents for the.Olds O*. and

'r judfei.of, the,other circuit I of the Knows that Mallard's snow Liniment .z :,Aw Uasoliae Engines; .

State would result, after a few con. has no superior for Rheumatism, '. Address all communications to FURS WOOL. | ;,.
,
Stiff joints" Cuts, Sprains Lumbagoand i
.
victions'and sentences, in the complete I MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY
.
all pains. Buy It. try It and you l
routing of the blind tigers.Madisoli .- will slwav use it. Any body who JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I Country: Produce= a. Specialty iak 4
: New Enterprise., has used Mallard's Snow Liniment isa J : ,1 tJ" .
.
1 Loa* Dl ta ac. Pho 874. :22 Ocean Street." ,
living proof of what it does. All 1.
we ask of you Is to get a trial. bottle. ",, $
The Commission Wants Information.: Price 25e, boo and tl.OO. Sold by !
t Roberson's . -, . -. .. . '
c .Following U si bulletin issued 'by Pharmacy. -- I p uI Nr 'Sfr r'Vr sfrli"uriFr _.ifrYrU"W'w''w't t rLi i

A it the Investigating Commlasloo. and ad', For Sale. t NORTH K1SSSIMMEE, PHONE NO. 8.
p dressed to>> the State Dress: 4
Seven large lots on lake' front at John B. Stetson
The Legislature) '' of Florida,, at (1. 175.00each. J. M. WiLLSO.v. Ja. University v

"; recent sesslpp, created a' commission
r> C. W. Griffin
Ito investigate: the acts and doings ofthe -
xt ANNUALEXCURSION i KOUH COLLEGES AND' FIVE TECHNICAL' SCHOOLS. .
Trustees of the Internal) Improvem .
: .nt Fund from !the beginning I fr DELAND. FLORIDA.

of the Trust to data. Fancy Family Groceries J s
Affiliated With University of Chicago. '
This Commission 1.. now daily en- i

'gaffed to the work required by said ..;. .f Liberal Art*.-Tba standard are 'ho.. of the TJalvenlty of Ob lea fa. .tot- j
" :legislative<< act.. There is a mass of t 'Fresh Meats.Delluery 0n'1I Iteuon raduam eatalocaCollege .-I.. ",.Ir degrees from both Stelaoa and Chicago. Sea the Cbleaco': ....,.

;"records,' book., pacers,knaps, charts, JULY 15THROUND Every; Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. M out ee.nun Uon.of L...-Oradualvsof thl Collet a are a
'etc.0 be carefully, cone over and I' Cllamaf eh..logy" and School .f Macaaalc''Art.-ecob..Ic. Civil XlwtHeal
.examined: as well as land deeds, patents TRIP. RATES FROM rtrlkafaaecidi'eosea" rtStaR rat sits_mss..w.w.11u8trAcuAr.rAt-At.uAaa .aAf site ar ...... equipment.KnKln.crn. | and Mauiul. Training. ,:our... leaiiluc. U ...-. MM now building, _. tl, ,

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etc., which will necessarily; retime''to CllaaB: tf B.ala...-Banklnk- all lla Itranebe. BooIIII.. loll by beat ...Uao .. N
KISSIMMEE TOSavannah Shonharva sod nvwrlUox. EltrilVB eounca open la other Uaparunenta. Lam Faculty Bad '

galro. 801H.' required'by,, complete' .thor-. . '' ; .' /.'.; ?r"11\V. :..,,!;!I'". M')-' .."."...',,. ,.I:0.J, '.,, ,'.ill. "1\\1I' \\ .' '.I.'AW.fM fr .,;. oommodluui Pr.p.r.Cory bnildliw.Ac.d..'.Oradaaun prepared. to enter Harvard Tale, Princeton,CornalU. i.r
,.flighty, ss tb. : law, Ga. $7iOO: i\f'b \ M .I: / : : >;: iA Klebl.....Chicaico .n .
; ,' ; 1 Normal .ad Modal Scba.!-.. Klo&art(rlea In It. r
WssbeM witnesses who .are ; .. own building. 2. Primary sad
material sup h'.'" ".' ,.;. .,.rl'fJI.H; ;..">'. YI ] .. "::1\"fil\JI.'l"\N l :( ',!//I'f'-i\I: \ Grammar. ik.buul In ."..ar.... I building, mess avhoul eipMlally prepare fubllo Brbool .
posed to be have beeen snp- Charleston. S.' C. ?; $9.00 y R:L4HARRIS, M. D4' '' } a' : h la, lr 'J A EC xwAN. acnera.Maialc .
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;poened to appear before the Com- .' ;; < ', Uioruufh cuune Scho uf|.itudy.-A (10,000. pipe organ. a dlNIOD pianos, separate bolldlnf\ lars faenltr;

.:-'mission, at stated Intervals, to r HARRIS' SANITORIUM Art Scfcool.Naw ptudlo.iroMIr rai>U, .. ..ilIA!. x
UU-lwin. ..... .faculty of 4n prnfeaoon and Initractan. They bald duraes from tb..Ubl.... i.
Ii testifyikcUons. ae to individual trans: ltjr of (,.....IrO. llarvaixl, \'a.' Dartmouth Columbia. Toronto Waaa Konat. IxwUvllle. How.ula. 1
and land Atlantic Coast- Line .. I'tiwil. Buc-knrll. V..I..I,)'01 Michigan. Dvnnuwn and oth.r Unlvoraltlei. ,...r.are
sales, ORLANDO.FLA over S:. .OUU c OO In bnlldlnmi and equipment; nearly a quarter of a million dollar endowment! J.
: and 4>y their evidence, to 'aid an endowed library of over M.UK)volume; a beautiful chapel, with tmatly ftirnlihlnsji.I lacludncMalned 21

commission in ascertaining if the' A Private Institution built and equipped with all modern, .liparatoiian. pica cnelraed window Athletic, 7 oil ptlntlni Field. .running IIO.UnO track pipe tenult organ_; B ru.Ujmuailim be. ball with diamond cwnplM Bad*

trust of the' Internal' .Tickets" on sale July 15th. Final gridiron bc.ldea "wlmmlol.lnU. rowlnr and nibs tpon; separate. bnlldlnn for men and
l' great Improyetnent conveniences for Surgical work and the care and, treatment of women' te.I.ra. laboraiorirefor Cbemlitry. Ph....".. BarterlototyMSOerolo.ysuit Blolotj. .:
j Fond bas been administered 'at I limit July :31st.For the sick. ......1 'iarie museum. and iinopa J electric IlKbtn.alerlrle bell.,stem beat oemenl walk., shelf
information or Pullman roses.vatlons ,. road. bruin ....nu....apaeloua campus,ihrubbary and trees; lorlal. literary, mualeal end otherlocation
19;";j all times faithfully;,honestly: and to call on nearest write .tudenla'rluba; liar 1.reI'OttROIl fhrlillBB and not seola flan .....bID.. The la ,
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lobe best' InteresU. .of the people of.Florida. agent a..uUlul.oQ bei'nblul, and Ihe expeoici. are low. p wIt
t J. O. KIRKL.AND. For catalo n, views, leaden and Infonnath.n.ddresi the Pr..IeI.."
vr! Division P..... Act., Tampa.
, y' 'There may be, and doubtless;'are clt- J. W. CARR, LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. Lltt. D., LL. D. rCd.
bees in'tarlous portions of the'State 'Tray Pa...''Agt., Tampa.. = .,
Particulars DELAND, FLA.
';who are in possession of >Information .j

t. that would be, useful to, the 'Commission ,:--WE ARE: AGENTS FOR- --- - _. .. .

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-r-\ 'Juethod of appealing', to the State International Harvester Co. '

,;. press to give currency !to our'.desire DIRECT"FROM OUR DISTILLERY r

$that soy and' all such persons and Gasoline Engines.The p,
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;i iose who' have complaints against ..._.e.. .,
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on the 'Market. We I )
';'' e know'..t onfee, I WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. dl
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\f"v so. we may'take WILLOW DALEWHISKEY
1J 1 will oaks you close prices on Engines DU' J. W. SIMPSON M '.
the mat.ter\'up; and probe it to. the
and Pumps in running order
.. bottom.. "Weekly 'papers' are requested We carry the largest and DENTIST. S
to copy.' f. oFt your.fa.rm. most varied stock of our line Office .
Osceola
' Sro L. C. aTEli. in town. I over Pharmacy..

+ Chairman;\ W. L. OFFtcx Hogs" ; } If a. m. to 12 m. c.
& CO. ; '
VanDnzor
We carry none but the 1:30: to 6:30: p. m. dl.fa
R. P REESE
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t freshest and purest of drugsat Jun b. Irr,
'Vloe-airman; _.. _
all times.
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PARK !.
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1 M. RIVERS M. U.Pbyaiclo "
,. Secretary Your prescriptions are filled .X. 'hl''
: and !htrae08.:
F. P'CoNS. iIvaoou&co. by a Graduate in Pharmacy '
FULL. EXPRESS(
AI ,C.,I.. LBOQETT, besides five years'actual. ex- Office In Van Duzor'Dul1dlng,; 4' .

'"* ', O. O. MATKEWS perience. .BO"Ea-.rtl".;. 148 __....c.. S3 I
5cp
"'y M. S. QTS. PREPAID
KNIQBT, : Doesn't '
this mean 'some. .a..a.. rte.DR ,
B R O''K'ER6''RE'A'L .
Commissioners.1:: ._ thing? Send 118 J2.&S and we will ship you in a j>tai... de
---- LESLIE W. WEEDDN case with no marks to show contents, four.fnll'
'As to Cooking Rangf.i We carry sufficient help to j
; ., 'J '' Quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE express: prepaid
the weeks ESTATE' deliver your packages withina Try it and U yon don't find it all right and the TJo
For several
of past a number INSURANCEM. few moments after the pur- Specialist-:Eve.; Ear beat you ever tasted send it back to u at our ezpenae > 1 .
smooth olly-tongued agents havebeen i AND .'
will be
'" chase. This .is not idle' promptly: refunded.
v making a' thorough canvass of, Nose ;
: and Throat...... Isn't thaand2A5 foeso
)!> this and adjoining) counties selling boasting, but we want your Remember distillers
we are so when.
. oouklor sad . yon buy
ranges .Understand
business
and know
we 'we from
> us save the
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" you enormous profits of the deaf.
r"'r. have ,been doing quite a. thriving .. alasfksatu/4 AiaeuAta can, please ,era and avoid *U chance of adulteration. You arc r 1 <. i
Against .
business. theseagents (
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rJ r Private sure of getting our whiskey ..
> personally.we: ; nothing to'say; : Hospital American 'Na just it comes from CO

.f. -do far as we have heard. they have M. TILLER -_.- .--;!l '-*-- -- ,tional Bank Building, Tampa. c-I 'our distillery, without being tampered. with ln'any'r J

I f' conducted manner.. themselves We do, however In a gentlemanly wish to: Real I Estate ; Kjssimmee .F.orldai! four. Ix you' prefer corn: whiskey we will send yoti 1 c.Oct
J Co. fUll
9f make.plea for the borne merchants.' !! ? Agency. Drug' ,i'''" or : .'. .. WHI.KEYlor.a'fl..uof oar ALLAN INCLAIR'Oway. RN .:'
\ who stay with us through'thick' and : \kpreupc-epajd. Yoacan't, CoH1
sbta;-:'spending tbejr. arnlogs here I = Kissimme. .. F a.' 1 buy meter, corn.w \ else at ;. )

f i< and helping to., au.taln.a04. build, Realty bought and""Bold. ooeboooooooQoooooooooooi'p c any !
the '. House rented. MADAMB D DBAI'I + Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money .
tip country. ; PILLS. I II funded hi.
..* .ROCS with every shipment we make. ,You ; '
I- 'By: inquiry welearn, th. agents :. Taxes paid and 'Titles,yerr. .s.O..w a..m a...w.wwm..r.... S run DO r k whea'oa deal with uaas the Fi t .t

R sodar for the and foreign jI'One'somof1'Ow.concern, who are are selling here ': 1 ,ified* for non- aident.. i A. VANS: : AGNEW; w, J..tAjt.--.J., !..C'- of OII1'comJNUlThaveY VCe8 of a.mWioa owners dollars l", aD
and" r tr1 as wWwM wrW.MM r WTlfl and will dO exactly 11
Fire, Life Accident In- WaY CREEK we 187. rlMACONeA'
sjsstr ranees for ,906 cash and MOonah I -wn..a -. ..- ly.a.yam toIE

iMtanoaect,'plan,1 which u 1 abouttfoublstbAmount ,I ,durance ' ', . -1)1'I ArroRXKT AT LAW........ t.A.MD' |t- I _rw T amass.a'a charged by our,' Indemnity -I MACON
,.Bonds;: JI" I NOTARY. .PUBLIC' J CA. t.f'
local ''iMrdMusU r.lor. ,r&DjrM."wblob /. .' 0.-Si .".....4 Dhdfwr
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.y will guarantee, "talus'. ,. just" ;, as.,. t "rr7r.. uOr+4prsQrrt' "Yr'r '''.c--; .K1SS1NMEE..FLA For Safe ,By 'Oscc Ja .Pharmacy c. )'GI
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when you buys fence. A fence that bull can break break down I* not worth paying good .
a through or money .__ ._. ......__... . .,
.lor. You want weight !in the fence you buy weight enough to turn the heaviest Percheron or stop a "devil .a._ ._ __ ."__, '
wagon." Mow, it i I. A fact-and you should know It-that, per running rod you obtain the most weight in '
wire that !. given' in any,fence, In the celebratedAMERICAN '. -.."--$35, $40 AND $4STANFORD n..1 ". :'

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The makers of AMERICAN FBNCH own and operate their own iron mines and furnaces tbelr own winy
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tih6'r Klsslmmee Va lieu Gazette Wade, the Tuner. Orlando Phone your wants. we do. the\ Mr..nf Mrs W. IT. Smith rings.returned Arcadia'Defeats Rangers.Two I The O'BerryCase" :.to- ,
ning. rUD'1) last. night'from White Sf
Six room ,cottage: for rent or sale. KISBIMMEE DRUG 'games' of baseball were played A preliminary hearing''. held In
TELEPHONE NO. 11. Apply to A. K. Uearilen.: 22if.airs. Miss Bertie Johnson left last night on'the local diamond between the County Judge Johnston's; court ",
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. entertained *
I J. W. Oliver and several of Myers for an extended visit In' Massachusettsand Rangers and the' 'Arcadia 'team yesterday yesterday' In the case of J., F. O'Berry <: t*> ii w
Wednesday eveulng In honor,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY : the children left last Friday afternoonto New". Ua-Plblrey;;; and Wednesday In both of charged with the larceny of' an
of their Miss Julia Chllders, .
spend the remainder of the summer /guest, i which the, vlsitlngteam was victorious, I animal. 'The court found the evidence
-8T- of New York. Miss Lillle Mabbette.. of Daytona '
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with relatives Alabama Xiurlestont the Arcadia pitcher, who insufficient and1 '.
t.h.It.cJ.fen, a.D' was,
w.OFFICIAL B. HA..IS.i Is spend big the summer with her aunt, (

.-, ', --- --'----- -, .---...----..--------" See those Matchless American Mr. Buck King/ a prominent stockman Mrs, Clay Johnson.For Is reputed to be a professional proved accordingly ,discharged, F
Beauty Corsets at H. C. Stanford Cu. Capitalist and baseball fad of entirely; too much, for the'' Rangers The; OAM. excijted considerable
WEATHER REPORT Sale at a araalo.One six and to him Is due the credit'. of winning interest, and'the court ,
. ,A....... tMnpw.tw ..J.I . Juijr U,1WI.THE Garden,.oamedown! last Saturday to team. taking/ a )lively Interest' la ,the Nor Klsslmmee. J. W. SEYMOUR!: say this without games ,; "disparagement to filled.'with spectators:. throughout- toe: ''" .y". "fI.rla1. M

spend some time here visiting the games. Miss Charlotte. Petrle, of Char- the other members of the team who The defendant was represented ,by''f:. '. '
'Mas. IIlal
f e1LFriday. "
t family of her ion, J. L. Reave In si: note 'Iron Rev. C. M. Brit .lottesville Va., is spending the, summer are all good players,' but the Rangers W. L. Palmer of Orlando.. and,W..J,

t - The City; Bakery is a< '!i .. .. .. .. ... .1 10 1.20SaturdaF. ...beS..I l I
White the best in
Star
Laundry; will first-class ball everywhere but; ..L' the ..
1 . . ... I/O/ '70 requests us to state. that he be New barber shop'' at Patrick's ,>old Attorney 'J. C, Jones, prosecuting' : ,*
8uadaF .... .. .. tit '71 <8. home in time to hold services at the. land. Service by a tonsonlal artist dat, and with ..n' even break In the att.orDel1.14.1 MOOD, 'of' the county
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1. Mond*y. .... .d 40 1.21 Under the new pension law passedby Baptist Church next Sunday, morning .conversant with all' the latest fads in pitcher's box we believe'' would have court looked after the. interests, of the
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? Wed-'ay 71ureday' ., 1fl H eo 71I the last legislature a great many and evening. He hopes to see all his bartering. tit won out. State.'f._ t*,

, applications are being received at members present who postlbly' Can Quinn JMmoD on., has rented ,the .The first game ,was won llby'II the ...r.,-++.-.. r

r, -, Clerk of the Court's office for pensions.F. attend these services.. building occupied by; the City Bakeryon visitors by a. score of fi to 2, .and.. the Bananas! BaaaaasIBaflaaasH, !!!.
Broadway; and will put in a bowling second which was probably the i
1 present. H. with Lawson every is purchase giving away at the a Waat.ed.-oDe food second hand alley for the colored,people; best exbiibtlon game of baseball ever seen. I" have, purchased one ,hundred ,J,
one-horse flooring mowing: machine; bunches
Cash Store. ( E. Beeland of here resulted of 3 of bananas; and am now ex '
S. iu 0.
must be" In good condition. Slate' Superintendent ) s> score to '
: lO CAFEtWhit. i W. J. Sears, a Klsslmmee 'barrister price address this office. It. the telephone exchange'returned! yesterday The line up of the'two, teams were peevingthem b,. ,.....,1! train. "They p"r
I will be sold ,bv the
from. short vacation which as follows". very cheapelther'.
accompanied the baseball team Mr.; Franklin who has .beenIn i. bunch dozen ,
or 'Leave
C..1V ,
orders'r
he hU old your
I enthusiast spent at dome at Reynolds, Rangers. -Kenoper, W .Carson '
( is
here. Mr. Sears quite an
-.... correspondence with'his pld friend, Ga, '. Prather, M. Carson, Pounds, Rogero now or watch out for them wben'ttiey' .:. ,
and'be bad for
rooted In a bour Joseph C. Smith of Clinton.-. C., Gilbert arrive., DOMINO ROTortDd.: t
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Star Lr.uadI'1-Clt1 Bakery.Vh : Record.If Miasea Battle Gardner Bass ,
his home t.eam.-Polk County informs us that the latter who Is, an Blake and Blanche =------- -= .
Lancaster 'left. last week for Green Arcadia. MoMullen Puck ets,
\ Ite'shoes at cost, come julck, at you hate any laundry to send experienced marble cutter will move Jones, King, Rae Aldermand Garner Notee.'All' . ". ,
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Dana's. away and want It done up in good here about the first of October and Core,Springs spend a couple of '
C. Jones
shape, phone the City Uakery. weeks at the home of Miss. Blake's Burleston. .: pa.rt.I..ha.g! << cattle .,in ,m L. .'
marble work. for the (
. vWlMr. open up a manufacture I Another gave Is to'be played: this known MM' . .. ', .
t Mayor.' M. Mnrfihy spent the day pasture, asture ... '
Sam Uriffin of :Orlando, < was of t.ombatoollmOaU QLI. parents.,. -. ',, < . A'F; ; ?,,: { "Icy .
hereto "
f Orlando Tuesday;; : ; >; '; Mf ; \ $( ":> > ( afwrooo,which will end r tthe'gseries? ; ," are req' L" '" ;..J'
in .. ' ;' In town last Saturday. During the etc. ,, ,' y, ,vFlorsbsim's 'Paten" Oxfords are 6f three : < ,' " ..."" '1 them by' June 9h; I." "r"tf... t ..t.'("' +rt-i "

Mr.' W. MA'jMathews'l ,,of Orlando. absence of Sheriff J.' U"; Vlck.: who < is c, ; 1.\,0't. J.:.'" '. \ the correct thing as to style, comfort, K P.ne..r.. have:: ,; ,' ;,+.. '.,>'; ,' "..u' Aa6VfciU5.'f ., ; | if',- .,*. \Vy.'_..__' .. '........ '', ...'...; "jo\j-. .
"' ' The visitors conducted' themselves _,
. -1' ' useful with etc. Found at H. 0. Stanford.Co. .
Tuesday.7-' / present every punchase ,
was In town away for the benefit of his health '' .
If grade-I from five cents up, at the Cash onlv.. In a very gentlemanly manner, 'ft-.,
Fon:8ALa: good.. gentle Sam is acting: Sheriff of Orange Store.' F. H. LAWSON; **The' County? Commissioners will and there has been no squabbling or Wanted,. ;

;i Jersey milk cow Ml: H. PORTER. county kicking' in either 'of the '
' Our good friend Dan Prescdtt re meet in adjourned session next Monday games 'Live: Sandhill Cranes, Otters, Wood
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2DIf. ], Ardlan P. the versatile i
Ir. Jordan
membered the editor witha the Ducks
Tuesday to hear complaints as to and,BI..Fas:' Squirrel High

Mrs. N. F. Bats has gone to Marv- editor of the Punta Cord I luscious.watermelon, the largest we value of, any property as fixed by''the Annual Excursion.The prices paid.. Dr...Cecil.French, Natal'.tq'

i Esther, Fla.. to I.peee a few weeks Herald is receiving the condolencesof nave seen this season and the best.tLwas assessor. slier! Washington,, DC.; 'Ily) 6 2-m.. r. .its d
with relatives. the entire State. press on the deathof I about a fifty pounder, of the Atlantic Coast Line. will operate " '
I his wife wblcb ''occurred last Monday -! .' Try' the new barber shop. :..Every Its. regular annual excursion "
t>" For Rent.-Six room house In good Florida Favorite variety. Mr. Prescott thing new and up-to-date; Sharp razors Charleston 'and Savannah from No..lce.--X'b... In my pasture a ''
" this office. morning. has about twelve acre's of ;; I :
? location. apply ** clean towels, firstrclass service ''
all t.belr !oar old,.. col.-bro"D '
points on lines In Florida tray philly,
Capt J. W. Collier' spent several A beautiful line of White ShirtWaists : melons and has been kept bUll for Tax Assessor J. L. bverstreet'hat ; Monday; ; July 15th. Rates.from Klsslmmee -, with small circle brand on each ,Jaw.
Co. the. three four weeks
at B. C. Stanford past or marketingthem.
days transacting business at Brooks-: about finished his assessment rolls for* the round tip will\ be $7.00to Owner can have same. 'by calling atm a .

I villa last week.Straw 'Tax Collector C. L. Bandy left I and his books are a model of neat ,Si.Y&nnab'and 19,00 to Charleatont : place," lv D, JJHBY,. ,K IS as

and below cost, at. Tuesday for Jamestown to spend a Fresh stock garden and flower seedat ness. They are type written throughout good till July 31st., '
b..M.t. -
the Klsslmmee Drug Co. with the of 'the .
few days t.aldD.In the E1PO.ltlon.after exception figures.See will '
Dann. You had. Dry; Goods, Shoes .
which be 'will go to Birminghamto Prof. J. H. Brlnson, ..director' our 6 10 15 and 25 cent counters Patronize home industry getting Notions, Hardware pranlteware. y. ,*
__ r Mr. Ed.; Fewell; the""well known visltbis brother. He expects. to at the Gaah Store. You can get your bottled' soda from the home taw Tinware' Glassware, Sa' fact almost, C 1
;ii Polk county cattle. man, was here a bit absent till about August 1st. the business department of Rollins many useful articles at a very low tor'.'. Call up ]26 and. your .orders everything; at the Cash Store,' and get'f
: few days this week.. College was In town Tuesday In the price, and a. present with each pur will be properly filled. a,present, with cash. purchase.
, ) Queen Quality Shoes, all styles, asH Interest of this well known Institutionof chase. llt.f1.. J. A., LANCAftTEB. SV iLLAiTBO, N.
,! y, Ladles tl Unlrt.Walsts at ia! big reduction ; C. Stanford Co. learning. Prof. Brinson talks Mrs. C. P. Murdock has stored' her

::;t, at Daon's. The stone masons on the Thurman Interestingly. ; of Rollins and the good furniture and with her little daughters -'.\iDon't

Mr. W. K. Dunne, of Columbia bank building expect tj.complete work that Is being accomplished by Doris and Donna May will leave -0DIEIIOMPO PATMtN f

S. C. spent a day or so\ here this their part of the work this week and the students of the college, and Is next week for Clearwater' to spend ;

pi week visiting friends. I will then transfer their operations to meet.loa"It.b gratifying success in his some weeks with Mr. Murdock, whois ..

The Ladles Home Journal Patterns thethree story addition to The Inn: work. now employed at that place..

ra do not wastermaterlal. at Daon'.. 1 The bank building, when completed, New Idea Patterns, 10. cents, at H. E. A. Nlemeyer has sold his retail Time'' Patterns
Old
Mr. U. W, Grlmn has moved his will be a handsome structure. C. Stanford Co. business to ft. 8. Floyd; SL Co. Buy :..'

:. family; D the Gums residence which Fine line of watches" at the Klssim- The friends of Col. C. C. Wilson the new! grocer .DerchaD\8. who ."nlI .. ,
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also handle bread and. and other \ -
'he purchased some time ago.. mee Drug Co. will lie sorry to learn that he was taken I hid '
product of his oven'. Orders for Get the Ladies' Home .Journal
seriously 111 last Thursday evening ,
Smoke Key West Havana the best Mr. Fred Ws Stalker of the Klsslmmee bread, cakes or pies should, hereafter f
,,60 cigar on,the market. I Valley Gazette. is in t.o"o. and and since then the gentleman has be telephoned or sent to the above patterns.: ;Exclusive: , styles, perfect-'.
t Wednesday been confined' to his bed. Be expected
{ call this
morning.
Mrs. B. Miller left for made us a pleasant named firm. tf.

4 FMt Mill, 8. C., t.o'.pend the remainder He came down to see the Klasljmmee YorkIn. ,, to colDpaowlt.b leave l list Friday his son for Milton New Lady Els sex Shoes for women and fitting; ; thoroughly ,uptodate.You

of the summer with relatives, i baseball boys win over over ,home Walkabout shoes for' men. High can these "'
1 team. We will tell all a.bouube game but owing to the unfavorable change, grade shoes-at low prices. Call and get :at: our pattern counter:,: r
Dwellings'; for rent, apply to ,Mt week-DeSoto-Count' )l .. he 'was unable to leave. He will de- them at the Cash Store. : .vO .
see "
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next "
"lo'arid t.
Tiller. : Price cents. a. /
part by the 16th instant, provided his F. H; IAwsoirProf '' : 15; \ '
t I .
r Dr. W. L. Wion I left Monday night All colors narrow velvet Ribbon a health'permits.-Polk Couniy'tfeoord. W. 'B. Hinton of Miami, \ : ;
Stanford Co. "
for Virginia, where he will spen'dsome : H. C. arrived In town Wednesday night and I.A' 'N'"N''Iio.! .

time for the benefit of his health. 1 Mr. Carr Enhls, of Narcoossee, building Lo t.-Near last Osceola Saturday High, white School silk will spend a week or: ten days here ; :, . '..' ; .,

r came Into town Tuesday'and went up shirt and white waist. Finder please seeing his friends, who' are limited. : -I '
,. FOR S..u.m-A good Jersey milk PfconeT 14. KISSIMMiJE,. FLA.. .
cow. L. E. BAR>i>tet7.,. to Orlando b, automobile; returningon leave same at Park Hotel only by (he population, and enjoying '., < ", .' :.: ," .
,j the evening ,train. He .,stayedover It. ,Louis, GREEN. again the pleasure's of being in'pur +f

Mrs. D. G. Wagner and children here'"Wednesday,and was one of :Mr, Steve Acroe. of the point was f.yoredll..le city!which'he knows so :

came down from .Sanford Saturdayon the enthusiastic Klsslmmee rooters it in'town ;yesterday, .aDd reported to well how, to. 'appreciate. .Shorn, of ROLLINS COLLEGE

a visit to Mrs Wagner's 'father, the.ball game Wednesday.. :afternoon.' tha Valley Gazette that the new Pointroad his long 'beard.,, thp'profe.sor's'appearittice'ii' '

le, Col. H. 8.:Todd. FOB 1UNT-Two-cottages. in O'Neal- is ,,about. :completed._ >He says decidedly, ;:changed; but .

See Embroideries and insertions, a di, Osborne addition-ooetaie- room Supervisor George Overstreet and the the change'.is: in appearance alone. WINTER. PARK. FLORIDA. .
H. O. Stanford Co.Capt."Mallng .-' and. one;threeroom.A ppl, to "' roadrang have done a splendid Job His famllliar kindly, disposition'and, Learning ( '
si 1 W. L. VAN DUZOR &',00.; / you are looking for a,First-class Institution of easy o acoasi1'-, ,
,
:' Capt. French P. 'A. on this road, and.th'e. residents' In gentlemanly, hearing toward everyone IF delightfully located, well endowed aDcl.t.brougbly"eq\llpp 4, .Romas' I :
? /1*'' and Frank Vans''. Agnew went'' downto Hating purehaied"the; Kissimmee that section are highly 'phased with\ which he-wears., as i a habit, are' College is the place It maintains High Grade College. Academy, Music.: : .. '
with Bottling works: I am prep.red0 it. The bridges have all'been' thoroughly still very much in' evidence.. 'He report Art; Expression. Modern' .Languages, Business+and St.eoolnapb'Our:!': --. ,
Tampa' antt spent Sunday: promptly!) supply bottled' soft dntzi s. : Boarding faellltlee good and expenses light,. Fine gymnasium, 1I.lda.nA.WAt.. rr ;;;
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Halcyon Days in .the Sign, Shop. JOHN aIN COURT ROCKEFELLER. NABBED SOLDIERS, ON ,WARPATH.Five -: 'fiET' YOUR EYEon

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Officers of Law Finally Suooed In Serving Hundred Members of Kentuckyand the lad pace catalog

1 r ayl4r ,.o ..4 ,h pena.Upon,,W ly. _Standard. South Carolina Regiments DOW beingmailed out either free'' F
( \ Rockefeller Appears as Witness --,- ''01i"'Mgn Ral'e to all Interested-
t.. Cain at Jamestown., of Bookkeeping +

Before Judge Landis. "_ 4. ,r.- 1 - -......., 1\ __ $a Business course Training, Short

After a search lasting nearly' two Five. hundred soldiers, members of "hand and Typewriting by the Athens

weeks. fa,which representatives of, the the,South. Carolina and First Kentucky' Business College Athens Oa. "This '-

: : :- ,WAS EQUAL TO. A CIRCUS United States marshals of Chicago' regiments,.In camp at* the Jamestown catalog U beautifully Illustrated and

: Cleveland, New York _d. Boston+ exposition grounds, became riotous on contains the most convincing argumentIn

have been endeavoring .to serve 'upon behalf of the Famous, Byrne Simplified -
atrNN.0.
twirl Wednesday night threw off: all dleolpun.
Morbidly Curious Crowd Packed the John D, Rockefeller, bead of the Stan. Shorthand and Practical Bookkeeping

a..w ..... ' dard Oil company a: subpena Issued ..,.ibtlmldated concessionaries and been In print
that baa ever
.- r Court Room to Suffocation-Court ,
by Judge Landis of the'tedee-al court took charge: of the shows on the warpath Every! statement In: this catalog Isbacked

r j rN Learned But Little front' of Chicago.Mr; Rockefeller 'was located ,. and when the Powhatans Guards by a guarantee. 'sufficiently

011 Magnate on the farm of his brother-in-law at
to convince the most skeptical.
( strong
Interfered a riot followed, lev.ral.be..
c
., Plttsfleld, 1Ia..., and personal servIces Don't attend another school Just because

John D. Rockefeller, president of the made upon. ; him by Deputy United ing Injured.- The Injured are! a relative '.or friend bas until

f Standard 011 company of New"Jersey States Marshal Charles L Frink of Joseph Brasher company: O,, Ken you have read this catalog

;) occupied. the witness stand In the United North Adams tuc'ky Regiment, probable fracture'of Fill In and mall today.

.. ,After' accepting service Mr. Rockefeller the skull: ,Guard Press, ,Powhatan Name .. .. .. ... Oo'.... ... ..?..,. i
States district court at.Chicago !
,
? tP explained that be had not been Guards; Captain, Carpenter, .of Powha Address ..r ... H .. ..,...... ....-.
t, ., Saturday while Judge Landis plied endeavoring dodge ae"lc.;/but that Positions secured sit soon aa course
i iIs
tan Guards Adjutant Cat-wood Guard'Kennedy
1. him with questions regarding the he did 'not know exactly. what was ; completed. -
s and several others suffered
wanted of.him.
financial strength and the business
i JN ,
The deputy passed the subpena to light wounds.Earlier ATTRACTED BY OUR PROSPERITY
methods of the corporation of which
.. I the oil magnate, explaining at the in the night the soldiers, -

he Is the. head? same"time that Mr. Rockefeller's presence I who were drinking, became noisy andwere Tidal Wave of Immigration Landing'

Mr. Rockefeller was a very willingand ; '.In the federal court'' .at Chicagoon repeatedly cautioned by the Many Farm Hands Here
an equally unsatisfactory witness. Oa Thursday more than twenty
,, .,. July. 6, was needed. guards: Later when their number bad
He was ready to tell all that he knew thousand Immigrants arrived In New r
Mr. Rockefeller accepted service Increased to about 300. they .threw
York Clip That lea greater number
said
but he he knew practically noth
with-/ a smile, shook, hands with the aside all restraint and proceeded to of, 'America
aliens than to
came
ever
.. The net his
LL.J a' J ing. result of examination I deputy and elPr. essed'plealure at meetIng the warpath 'where they Invaded the 'before In a day. One ship alone

it.t. -Cartoon by Berrymaa in the Washington Star. was that he believed that during the him. He invited the officer to sit places of amusement, refusing to pry brought X.734. ,

years 1903, 1904 and 1905, the period : on .the piazza and rest which invitation admission f"88'or to leave. when ordered : These thousands of forelftnerB' over

covered by the Indictments on which was accepted. Mr. Rockefeller out of the temple of mirth taxed the capacity of Rills Island

i 'GOOD FELLOWS f /AIL AND EQUALS AT ONE COLLEGEI the Standard OH company of Indiana chatted for a few moments saying be beauty shows and streets of' Cairo, which can hurtle! five! thousand.Immigrants'
,
was recently convicted, the net profits In a day.:
had Intended to evade which
not the officers, were the,, principal, .utter n. At
; : of the Standard Oil company of What is elgnlfletuU In thU tidal t
I but .that be did- not know exactly; the latter place about fifteen Powba-
Here wave of tanmlrraUon' It islanding
New Jersey approximately forty that
: University te Adept" a Radical .Plan of Social' Democracy, Doing what was desired of him. tan Guards atempted to restore order on American hores many +.
cent of an outstanding capitalization :
a Away With the 'Individual Clubs--Uv. and Eat Together at per of He referred to' the newspaper stones and the trouble followed. The guards farm bands from ul'OlJlThe, are

I Residential Quads-.Present Club Life, Says President' $100.000.000. that have been printed about him were forced to use their sabre. to beat described aa sturdy and eager fat

\ Wilson I. Demoralizing and. Unwholesome.. The Investigation by Judge J andls. recently and ridiculed the idea that the men back. Captain Carpenter and work. Few. e.re ,,being turned back

} was .Instituted by him for the expressAd he had been surrounded by armed Adjutant 'Garwood were soon on the by the official

--,,- purpose ot determining whether or guards or that the T-acorolc farm and scene and succeeded In ejecting the Europe bas beard the roar of Amr-

fc Princeton N. J.-President' Woodrow Club life, as It exists to-day at the not the 'Standard Oil company of Ins estate had been ripped with a search men from the streets of Cairo. lean. Industry and foreigners throughA... c

Wllaon has Just Instituted a most university. Is demoralizing says President diana which was convicted of violation light As the oMoer vas leaving the The soldiers out this country artutrlns !In the ewes '
radical and soon returned theirnumberr
complete reorganization Wilson not because there Is of the law was really owned by era prosperity are telling tbe good
:
tot social life at Princeton Universityone In the clubs any cynical Indifferenceto house Mr. Rockefeller( again shook augmented to 6DO. They again
that marks a departure from study, but because the social activities the Standard 011 company ot New hands with him, saying he was gladto attempted to take charge of the shows new by letter Cq their friends anltre1.Une t
the other big universities and which Into which their members are Jersey, whether the Union Tank, Line, have met blm and added: aud in the Old World. The unusual -
by order of
Captain Carpenter. C.
wlll he studied with deep Interest as naturally and Inevitably drawn are whose cars were used for the shipments volume ot immigration is the
to 1U working out. very many and very delightful and "If you are ever near my home I L. Vaughtlns! of company H. Kentucky resultSo

t la brief. It alms to absorb. the i very engrossing and study has to made In violation ot law, was hope you will come and call on me.' and J. Tompkins of company D, South long .g the character of the new
various college club Into what are take its chance in similarly owned, and also to' obtainan .
with
b competition Rockefeller left Plttsfleld Thursday Carolina, were placed under arrest as arrivals gives prorate! that they will
p termed "Residential Quads, where Idea of the financial resources of night for He become desirable citizens
th.m.Thele Chicago. assisted severalchildren the leaders of the rioting. the extraordinary
there shall be and
good fellowship Influences, he continued the conv 1 ted
corporation order to
staying at the home of his This caused influx: need excite no alarm.
(closer Intimacy, between faculty, upper are splitting classes into factions a demonstration and
< class men and "tresbles.t ." and endangering that class spirit. inflict a fine proportioned to the of. son-ln-law, E. P. Prentice to light fireworks with drawn sabers the guards fought That the'majority of the Italians. for

t I The system will establish a real upon which we depend for our self- tense and the aa eta of the convicted during the day. their way through the masaed soldiersto example, belong to a good class U
t democracy, with each "Quad" occupying government and for the transmission company disclosed In a cablegram from Rome
dormitories dining rooms androoms of most of the loyal impulses .of the It was stated by officers of the Standard I' Late In the evening Mr. Prentice the guard camps keeping their this. week fdrlng: the provisions of a
for social enjoyment In com university. The 'polities' of candidacy Oil: took his father-in-law in an automobile prisoners, despite the efforts on the bill which the. Government bas submitted
mon. Instead of the rivalry and bitter for in the company of New Jersey thatIt
membership upper to State Line station on the Boston part of comrades to rescue them. Behind to the Italian Parliament designed
feeling engendered by club elections class club not only produce a constant owned the greater part of the stock and .
Albany railroad, where the westbound the wire fence ot the camp the to check: emigration from that
aid rejections, there will be and very demoralizing distraction ot both the Union Tank Line and the
unity and a desire for tile'commoo. from university duties In freshmanand express. which left Pittsfleld guards made.a stand. country. Natives may emigrate only
i
%ood-true loyalty to the university. sophomore years, and Inforee all Standard 011 company of..Indiana, Specific at > p. m., was flagged. The guards were later reinforced on chips authorized' by the Government

President Wilson In one phrase sorts of questionablecustoms, but figures aa-to the earnings of the I by detachments of soldiers from the and the authorities there may
summarizes the plan: "To associate they cut deeper even than that., parent corporation were given by VARDAMAN NOT CONVERTED. atom idea departure of nil y emigrants?
thr four classes la a generally organic "Group rivalries break the solidarity camp and order was restored.
Chas. M. Pratt Its secretary, and they whose going might be damaging toteduetrdallty
manner and make of the university of the classes. The younger
; a real'social body to the exclusion classes are at no point made conscious were close to the estimate given by Answered Call for Penitents But Did ANOTHER MARCH THRO' GEORGIA .
of and Mr. Rockefeller. The fact Is that labor Is in demand y"in
cliques separate class of the Interests of the university Not Wholly .
h-Modal organisations to give to the ; 'their whole thought is concentrated The prospectivo appearance in court Surrender.The. many parts'of (the world at presetat.
university: the kind of common con- upon Individual ambitions, of the Mississippi state press is Indulg Objections That Foiled Rev. Sherman Brazil and other South American re-
man reputed to be the richest
clonsness which, apparently comes upon means of preference.upon combinations ing in considerable comment over the Do Not Exist This Time.A publics are offering land and agrl-
from tbe' closer sort. of social contact to obtain selfish individual In the world brought about a spectacle report that Governor Vardaman was cultural" Implements to- Immigrants. .

to he had only outside the classroom ends. They strive against this when the'like of which has never been witnessed among the earliest converts at a revival second start was. 'made from Chattanooga Our Gulf States are alert for alien
and most easily to be cot about they become Juniors and seniors but in .the vicinity of a Chicago
Thursday
by military men to labor.
4
\ service In Jackson and the
recently
!a. common table, and in the contacts they do not strive against- successfully -
-. x>f a common life"! and when they are freshmenand .court' room.The"hour. matter Is being generally discussed, traverse the route pursued by General In. the West prosperous farmers last

'I The Board of Trustees of the nnl.verslty sophomores they. do not strive set for the Appearance/ of especially In political circles. W. T. Sherman when be created year tourfed the plains In automobiles
hare adopted the main parts against it at alL Mr. Rockefeller was 1ft o'clock and looking for farm hands In Germany '
embodied In ,the plan and It will "The present system of our life la an hour before that time the low-ceiled There has been a. misunderstandingconcerning havoc and wrought devastation soldiers oo furlomrh' were pressed !Into

"jgtrobably be-pit. Into effect .ahortly.. artificial and unwholesome." hallway outside the court room door this Incident At the service through the heart of the soutb's empire farm work when they vis-Wed their .

referred to Governor' Vardamandid bom... .
was densely packed by crowd all state.Only .,
a
'COLLEGE'"SWEETHEARTS: respond to the call of the evangelist The stories of tbe prosperity of this
'i' TELL WHY THEY LOVEr of whom; were anxious to obtain .
seats
for penitents knelt at the altar a year ago did Rev. Sherman continent which are attracting Europeans
t n i and hear the teatlmon,. A large squad with members of the local clergy, who a Jesuit priest, and son of the great by the thousands dally. and

;, .r !. of United States deputy marshals, under prayed with, them but when the evangelist federal leader essay to tread the path causing an .arxregate arrival of more

Dr.,,Hall'Fl,,'. Eyes, Hair, Size, and Cven Feet, Are Chief Among. AttractionsRace the direction of United States put the final test and asked the .'his father trod.' He started from Fort than a million a year are not exagg ..
r' Because Marshal Hoy and .rated. The grain receipt at fifteen .
Suicide College" a numerous detailof
penitents to surrender to Christ, the Oglethorpe and marched as far.. .
Women Fall te police were on hand but even Interior cities during March 1,
.Marry.V ; they coy.mor'wa. not among the number Cartersvllle Ga. A furor was stirredup
were unable at times' to control the among the amounted to over 72000.000 bushels.compared .
After stating to a member of the southerners who remem with 64.000.000 bushels, ta ,

f Boston; ,llfaaa-Precteely 'what 'It'' Eyeshair crowd. The, people pushed and shoved Methodistclergy 'that he did not feel bered '(he reaUty''of ""marching March of t01. The building operation ',.i
size or stature feet and at times by sheer weight "
actually
,!*what--attribute or-physical char brows, complexion. cheeks, form ot like making the surrender the governor through Georgia. A storm arose and fa fl8ty4ve! leading clues la

j actorlstlc-Iu the youth or maiden, head throat ears chin bands, neck bore the police and deputies stepped behind the line of convert wicked things were said. President March repreeeoited -a value of over "f

the' man or woman that moat attracts nose, finger nails and contour of face.' down the hall The crowd was so and afterwards took his seat He attended Roosevelt felt the disturbance and recalled B4.006.000. Thirty-two oar service .
ODe of the opposite sex; Is a problem Which is to say that more of those dense that frequent cries for assistance the military furnished associations la March handled nearly
: :>f which Dr. G. Stanley1'' Hall protes- lovers .Interrogated have found the were heard. and, people who were Jammed two or three other meetings, the escort 3.000.000'frebryM! CATS. ". rOn ',:J
aor of but did not Join the'penitents.. priest.
psychology
and
In president of lovedone'seyes or,hair the chief attraction band U
there prosperity
J '.Clark University Worcester Mass.. than anything e.... against the wall frantically begged This time the trip U being made by every "S
Bias set out' to'fiud the for relief from to which, tn everybrm.. New arrivals ta the\ ,
solution. To The women replying to Dr. Hall's pressure STORMS CUT commissioned officer, with only
DEADLY SWATH.
.this end he country provided thy can stand the Y
has'
taken a census ot question. have also specified these they were subjected. I
'a .faroung lovers, with a view to learning charms in the men they loved best: enough enlisted men to care for the official teat at Kills Island will contribute -
to the
Adjnlssion
{what: In each, case has moat endeared I Regular teeth broad shoulders and court room was by Fifteen People Reported Killed In Wisconsin stock and pitch camps. There are to the advancement of our industrial

.(to' hIm or her the particular.object I white teeth and most popular among; card only, but many people'.ucceede4 and Great, Damage Wrought.It thirty-four officers In the party who welfare.-New York Ameri ;
-u of their affection. the men-have been In evading the guards and when the
: long lashes and Is believed that least fifteen are fresh from the military stag college can.
at
I It was Dr. Hall who' recently declared arched brows. ,. Judge took his seat upon the bench
a 1' fifty per tent of college womJ According to some of those replyIng lives were lost in the severe storms at Leavenwortb. being recent
1 tIen: J failed to marry, thus contributing a retrousse nose, freckles and a the court room -was packed to-the last that swept.over a portion of.J'stem graduates. TUB ABSENT-MINDED: PROFESSOR

'to[ race suicide. 'The complete result .long neck, have be.ntlt.c1lef charms. ;inch. Wisconsin on the evening oTJuly; Srd. There was considerable comment by (Hostess: "Cfa. professor, haven't
of this census of'lovers Dr.. Hall has format
The voice cuts an Important figure" No announcement was'made Confederate you brought wiler'Profenor
DOt yet ,to the Numerous other persons veterans, but none of the your
given public, but be the'cbarma.. were tajnren,
among; With some it Is
that the Inquiry 'There! knew I'd forgotten
ended but { I
xas made known an abstract of what waS Judge and murtf to objections raised were of serious im ;
a high voice;< with other.," a low damage farm propertyand "
I the has learned. With hundreds ., Landis said Imm'e4lately after the adjournment Insist exmetblng! -+'Puck:
olce. Even alisp has been statedas to dwellings ,,,1s reported. port. They that the army officers .
} oven heard from Dr..Hall states that a charm. Laughter, carriage gait that the investigation! was should the -
study tactics of General
the characteristics According to reports received to, St.Paul ..
S specified by them
[are. In the order, of their frequency, of gesture head and movements shoulders of have the also eye been pose concluded as far as he personally' was the little town of Cakdale on Joseph E.: Johnston as well as thoseof COT7M' 'r KEEP IT

I as follows: specified In the replies. concerned and that the witnesses the Milwaukee road near Camp Douglas General Sherman, "that they may Kept U Hid Front" tile Children.

... were. discharged. I learn something"
was entirely wiped out. .

(COLLEGE",GIRLS AGREE NOT TO WED'POOR MEN yRAISULI PERFOM8 COUP.' I in "We the' house.cannot< It keep goes Grape-Nats so fast-I have food I;

COUPLE FORGOT THEIR BABY. ONLY ON PRACTICE'CRUISE ,I to hide It. because the children love

/"'1'I'. , .7 Bandit Chief Captures Commander of U so. It is just the food I have been

Indiana. Maidens Organize' Insist 'Having Sultan's Body Guard. Steamship Officers However Will Big Batch of CBr Warships Appear looking for ever ao long; something
te on Husbands at .Least $C.Ooo Steppedto In Pacific Waters.Secretary'of that I do not have to atop to prepare
: .::- '.-Swalita!' Must Furnish. Deeumentary Proof.s Advices from Tangier. Morocco Take Little One Aboard. and still Is nourishing."'
41r I state that Cald General Sir Harry Henrlk Von Sleek of,Poll, Iowa and the Navy Metcalf confirms Grapes-Nuts: Is the most scientifically K

-- 'Maclean, commander of the sultan's his' wife.. left New York" for Europe the report, that a large part of made food on the market. .It lav "

'U..I"alambli'Ind.' : Young college I member of the society must furnish bodyguard and next to the sultan the on the ateamrbip ,New Amsterdam on the United States navy will be seen perfectly and completely cooked at

''women"" In Columbia.-; Jasonvllleand; I documentary proof that he has goods moat Influential man in Morocco has Thursday without their baby. They in Pacific waters next winter. Eighteen the factory'and'can be served at an'r'
'jHymera have formed what they call and chattels to the value ; or twenty of the largest battleships Instant' ,
.of $1000. notice either with rich
been captured had forgotten coldjcream
by the had
Ralsull the Infant
: {the "YoaDI'Ladle. 'ProtecUve Socle- and carries bandit and left
a life
'!flee," and to establish insurance' policy chief.1 Ralsull has U at the hotel wilt move around Cape Horn or with bot milk if a hot dish!
plan '
i, branchesall for at least UOOO. WIth '$1000 In announced that he ,* where they had stopjped. is'desired.
over the States.' on a'''practice cruise, and will be"seen When milk or water Is
available hold The
assets "and wlll the
general officers
$1000 !in futures prisoner'until the of tbe'ship agreed'
V The members will insist onknow4Ing the Y. I.. P. 8. In Ban Francisco harbor. There Is used a little sugar should be added.: .
_ _ .how prospective husbands are to girls' *will. pay attention sultan"grants the terms which he, Ral to delay the sailing of the ship ten but when "cold cream Is used alone
proposals. algnficance
!&:i. -.(fixed financially, and will refuse to be The promoters of the organization.1. suit, demands for his own pardon and I minutes and the couple hastily returned practically no to this mover the natural grape-sugar which care'


g .',furnish a satisfactory rating.' : I frequent cause of unhappy marriages ,, ing;, baby aboard. U sufficiently tweet to satisfy the paler,
f 1-yrThe young man who world woo;af Is J. '
,; 'J poverty. POOL., ROOMS HARD HIT.. CITY. BLUFFED. BY RAILROAD. ate.' This grape-sugar Is not poured]

Japan Forces China Plash Felt In Wall Street. SHOT RIVAL: SUITOR DEAD. ..- over ,th. grannies. ail some people'
n '
: f.w'' "A; dispatch 'from. Meakden,, says It Is said that ninety per cent; ot Big' "Killing" Made ,en Horse, Race Southern Paclflo Blocks Building of In think the but exudes from the granule'
that Japan preparing: to force men wbo Tragedy Occurs -OveV. .* Linn I process ot manufacture, wbenf!
:China to settla'the timber dispute on Street are get much'a living poorer ont of Wall than ,Pulled 0V: a* KMllworthr I In Virginia a ins New.Orleans., I the starch of the grains Is changed .
today Love Municipal
toe.Tain River, Race bone 'Washington 'Affair., railroad building on the I from'starch to '
they
were six months ago. men In have grape-sugar by the
Marshall'King. :;a ,OUDg farmer living water front in New Orleans was temporarily process of manufacture. Thl..ln. ef-, "
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uPemba? For ElDplo .. Revolutionist )to1" 'BaDk. Just- leaned. -of a "killing1, :In .th.poolrooms near' I'errum In Franklin county. Interfered-with by the Southern ,feet, 'is the first act of digestion;)

,. Detalia'ot the plan for the penslon- Russian revolutionists rot. "0000 of.New, YOrk and other-big Virginia, was and killed by Ida ,Paciflo railroad which; Monday, 'therefore' Grape-Nats food is predigested -. {

",i '>tag': or. federal* cmi-employes' :wereooiapleter from two branches of the RusorCM-. cities of the\country'on June: 37.'where; rival\ ,,suitor. bard: Sa l. Saul, made' purposely derailed several freight' cars and is'most perfectly", assimilated ,

.: +tftr..i_,a_|_._Washington.___ w.______D.__ C.' ness" Bank. on forged c eekL. by'.>nn in'the' !, neighborhoodt |25d, hW'e ca"'and has,not been captured: ,/wheretbe, city :wan about' 'crOl& the by the very weakest atom* w
.lioatematai 000 was' takei !from the 'pool.room Saul saw King and the ompa y'. tracks below ach "There's a Reason!'
Troops; Massed.i ., Salvation Army la the Booth.' ( young; |ady, grade, Made at the ,
Guatemala;'and Honduras>massed The $alauonarmy Citadel, th s', peopleon' false'odds .feat from the that bothad beenpaying (attentions. ',The .malot agreed to./use, proper the Post urn,Co.?pure Battle food factories of l' ,

.."hoops on"tBfc'frontier In expectation first'In the South was' dedicated at. Kenllworth track'at Buffalo ells horse to. tocetherP4'ahot; King through. the crossings, anil the derailed cars' were Read the little health Creek Mich

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see fects, alleI'are.to ,know He wished that sin humanity is disobedience vto SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME: Waenlngten"College O1JIs'indiinalt.% .' "

to OOd; that It stainsand -_ t When BUiop.Scaddan of toe, soils the souls of men! ; that it wrecks .. ot Oregon In Ute' '] pl eopal

and destroys all that Is .best In,man; They 'H aJ the Skin and Taked Away Church said that western' girls are : ',
Nr how useless it is. the eastern Y T'MQst.waRK
than
cheaper to entertain
TBrn Its I
( On the other hand-He wanted men ,, Impurities.. variety, he' ,waunaware' that he Id! ,

to know what lathe nature of God Sulphur baths heal Skin '1>iee.I.. and touched a tender. spot' in the' Man may work from sun son
and His character; what is the King give the body makeups but woman's work L never dons:? k
a wholesome
.
dom glow. Now of the girls at the University "
ot Heaven 1\. entrance-condi- la order to keep the home neat ,! '
...... /I T tions and the 'Joys to be attained therein you don't have to gong to a bigb-pricsd ,.. Ington. The 'unlt,'young'women toy ,and pretty,the ehlldren well dressed' !

: what is the glory of a godly life. oft to get them.' p.t's fat spoonfuls of .the' Bishop' does not know wfcereot and tidy, women overdo and often !' '

4V Subject Jesus the Teacher. |- Christ wanted Jfo assuref( men th&T Haneock'. Liquid Sulphur In the hot water, he peaks or he would not; make.such suffer In silence! drifting a.10DC'1rolD i . 'siI
God is love; He wished them to know and you gtt a perfect Sulphur bath right assertions bad to worse knowing- welt that

that the Kingdom of Heaven Is present la your own horn., they to have help io'evereoma
Y Preaching as well as future, a kingdom of The girls- say that a gate *vt Mount pains which _
Brooklyn.; N at the the Spirit and mate- "Apply 1IaIace Liquid, Sulphur to the Rainier Is not a substitute .for- ice the ke.
Irving Square Presbyterian Church: over-ruling all affected: parta and Eseema: and cither stubborn other' m. a
.. ,Hamburg avenue aDd Wlerfield rial life. Jesus had a' purpose. skin trouble are Quickly'cored. Dr. 'cream and that they demand It II to these women that Lydia' 1E.
street on the theme "Jesus the Therefore He pictured the new birth, 'R..H.-Thomas of. articles of diet besides eee food. They Plnkham's Vegetable Compound) ,
ValdoaU. Ga.
Teacher.;' the Rev; Ira WemmeU to men as the entrance requirement was curedof also Intimate that the: Bishop has motbeen made from native root and nerbs,
for the Heavenly Kingdom and the a painful,, akin,tremble,. and fee praises t 'We s bleaaint; When the spin
Henderson pastor took .&:. his text in be habit of entertaining ,the !comes
MRS.AUG.
Matt. 6:2 "And He Joys-of eternal life with God. Jesushad it la the _bJ best terms. Your dnugM it.aredepe.eedebeadabdback' CYQVC(
the land or
His of'
opened
a purpose to show God sin sell.. !to, sweat girl ,graduates 'nervousness am'and
mouth and taught them." He said men , ache, there are draggingdown pains sleeples '
From the day of.Hi youth when: redemption, the kingdom, Having a Hancock's Liquid' Sulphur Ointment is be would not say they! are cheap to reluctance gx anywhere. -these are only symptoms which unless '

lie put th.'wf.. men of the tempi to deep and fixed purpose He taught the bed core for, Bow, Pixaplos, Black- teed. heeded are soon followed by f e worst forms of Female Complaint.

! shame to those last hours among His convincingly from a convicted' life. heada and all ,,"........ .. Gives' a soft, The girls do not want the imprer
In the last place .Jesus taught as .Lydia'S. Pinktiain'sYegetable Compound. '
that they .
disciples' Jesus was a. teacher. The one having authority. Mark tells us velvety aI a. sion to get out, however ui, ?

teacher !I the one who shows ui bow that at the synagogue at Capernaumthe . are expensive luxuries .and that they"bleed" keeps the feminine organism ina strong and healthy: ooadltloa. Xtoares
to do thing, how to how to of the trouble Ice
achieve Jews astonished the youthful\ swains Inflammation Ulceration, displacements and organic
were at the A \ of settler. In naming
attain. Mere theorists may tell' ns company medium Is the key for ehild-birta and to 'women safely through the Change,
teaching of Jesus-that Is to wet, A happy preparing carry: :
say, -
what we ouch: to do and be; con- their new town' called it Dictionary, Seattle of Life it is moat efficient., .- i
they almost
were struck dumb. Con their .nUmentAl-The
note of '
vlnclnz talkers may tell u. what the trary to the scribes. Jesus talked with because as they said "that's the only .Mrs. Augustus Lyon of Eut.'E.r-Ip&., writes:- Dear;Mrs.ham P1Dlr.f
ellll of true effort is; strong preach authority Speaking from his own place where peace' prosperity; and Times. :-"For a. Ions tAme I suffered from female troablesand had all kinds '

era may tell why we should be thus Intimate personal knowledge of the happiness are aIwa?e found. of aches, and pains\ la the lower part of back,and sides .1 could not '
and so; but to the teacher alone is truth and power of His message Jesus HEM..Aecum sleep and had no appetite.- Blues taking; Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
S ,_
given the task and the power to show Compound and following the advice which me I feel like,.anew
you gave
asked the aid and witness of no man .. '' Salmon "THd Shea old I'
'
:Argo Red1 : actually ask
to how In "
ns we may become what theorists : to being firm l woman and I cannot praise your medicine too highly '
; talkers and preachers declare ; prove His points. The scribes I texture, and deep red in color makes Rorley for lilt daughter's hand?"
cited'prec.dent WomenWomen
as .justification for Mrs. Plnkham's Invitation to
we ought to be.Fundamentally. their the most delicious salad Several Wise: "Yes and he claims he com-
:
no teacher Is of I under legallsm.the influence Jesus of the spoke Spirit truth otGodT3 salad recipes are given ,In the Argo palled the old man to toe the mark." suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to

good report save lit. teaching .comes : "The scribes rested their case Cook Book. Ascum: "You don't say?" .write Mrs. Pinkhaia, at Lynn .Mass Oat of her vast volume of 'ex
from experience' The man who i* to perience she probably: baa the very knowledge that, will .help yourcase. : II'
Wise
external "y..
on authorities; Jesus: had, : buthe.wa. the mark.
teach ns how to do and become.must, Her ad vio4 1s.free and always helpful. rt
first of all, have' attained. We tbe witness ot the Spirit of His own'' .GmNmR.A.Tro lf OF HltA GWB. -\The Catholic Standard and TIme.
cannot
impart to others what we do not life. The Pharisees made traditionthe Stella: .''Don't.they put oa style",. ,
test Christ made the It
know ourselves. Ignorance cannot ; Spirit. Bella: "Yes;' it Is only a generation P'M'S.Bt.Vlttu'D.neell ervocsDiseasepermanentlycured
Is wonder
() that they were astonlahed. -
enlighten.. Jesus cad this rich per- The gulf is wide between the 1 from the elbow grease.'to elbow by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve .

sonal-experience In spiritual things sanctions of tradition and the sanction .. ....-New York Sun. lLl'flr..f.trI&1 bottle and treatise free
Dr.
., 31 Arch St..Phils.
and In the teaching of eternal principles of the Spirit.. ,Tradltlon."ehok :..Pa. IrMitlrur

surpassed.of the This spiritual we will life lie take Is un for the truth; the Spirit giveth life. The \VHEIUS DOCTORS FAILED. Mexicans ss Railroad Laborers.. )

Granted In our estimate of Jesus ass hope and strength of worn-out 'the- "Mexicans are used to e. large extent :
'
oriel is tradition and chief
It is the
a teacher. An Case From Salem the on'railroad construction) In, the
Interesting ,
of the No of ; ,
enemy Spirit. man sensewill sme.rg ter Aeyws r s.was W
Let
us consider'some of the minor of course break with the past Capital of Oregon. Southwellsadd R. E.- Marshall of 1 Cures ChIlIS pie e.lalal sanest M alas: alldw
qualities which inhered to the the (, wN.. hlb t. esp axe
merely through perverseness: On :Los, 'Angeles, Cal. "Tfoey sore an
taught preaching ct the Christ Our Lord the other hand no one should allow F. A. Button', R. F. D. No4; Salem most coilAfactory labor: toe raUroad may' Malarial Fever is saw. ra aear o.iwr.r wed ,, i

purposefully simply searcblnsly.authoritatively.realistically the fallacies ot the'past to deaden a Oregon says: "Acute attacks ot kidney men down- there hay found. The roenil.l wl I iliii eeo.su'I .tsh.ni.kr.
higher life now. To the past all disease and ?
The teaching of Chrlot Mexican, to Inclined to drink and fighta
was simple.
honor; for the present the things of rheumatism laid
He did not to but he 1.* no worse in this
try mix matters or the little :
mind of men with complex ctate- to-day morrow.the hopes and visions of to- me up oft' and on respect thaa the average laborer of Southern Female: College LaORANOOA,, ;

tnents. Deeper than the sea. boundless The application Is easy. Our pro-, for ten ,.ear.. Aw- the railroad construction ciao: He The S.ond Oldest CeU.t. for Weanea !.A_......
in their extent and scope, the be ful pains started and heals inclined I FIDe ..vb.Udl.o.41..a s.s.,.__.. .w.ad a.hl.rN ._.
mulgatlon of the truth should will do nlare'werk ,
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truths bed ef fcniUwrafr (b 1MSw Ia h..ltb. a4 _ rides..bear ,
which Jesus from the kidneys
taught were yet .__ ........ ,
simple. The teachings of Jesus to stick to > Job prettywelLThe s..se ewe &e"hraetor. i uloT Fwdty <+MetaM) simply told were couched In the to'all and coursed.down blf ',....___ _._11_ ...., Y.&, Doe., lv7aw4,
language of should be applied searchingly '. ordinary ,,Mexican ,.will stay LM.III. .01I.owr.td9.gi ;Ill nuilil n lii>rm_.,i
.
childhood and understandable life in this day. Our method of pre- -- through mr limbs' six months -1C be can' hold 8e .......WI at.Wgla a4dnM M. W. I1ATTON. P.-. LaGranw.. Gwsstla.t. .
to-all. The simplicity of : at it about ,
sentation should be realistic not abstruse 2. 'sought the best
the teaching of Jesus Is charming. Ma/Job: that long. Then he wants to
Vroaa aekool '
that men may feel and grasp medical treatment MALSBY' COMPANY
The message of Christ does not be- home. He will give Telegraphy poeltloa. ,
come silly merely because It is sim ; and hold the truth. There ought to. 1 but In vain and take a trip back, ; ,< Write rev ., ...-GlUTS. 5T..4'I'LAJf.,.......
. be no lack of purpose in our teach hisH foreman notice .perhaps a,month
. when I began using
weak-mtnCed.pie. It is not Rather a message is It for a stay the ing of the way unto eternal life. We t Doan's Kidney. ..betyehand, thai he wants to leave. tot Shorthand !"TMrates::: '
should the Gospel Ice 'A..l 'A.
tell or we ,
for those of the finest and the broad- story men.not to'amuse them.'but to save Pills I w.. 'walklnc with two canes a nWnth'wtth! the folks: He receives: BBUOOC Csllaji r ,
') est Intellect. a and away be goes. As soon a* Bookkeeping .
Strong and sensible in their /Immortal souls. And lastly and suffering continual pains, head. pan ><

Us simplicity the gospel of Christ and most important of all,, we must aches 'and' sleepless nights. I improved I, tae Is broke, lie'eendg out' word that JKA1X LJM> wises HUM Trlgrslhl, d "
reaches the heart. of all men. |'teach with authority-not dogmatically quickly and after-taking three he waots to' eo to work a tain, and TUJUXJUU soILUJ 1,1, (a JalWoAJl. C6A,', Jcti

' The teaching of Christ was search or narrowly-but with the boxes felt better than I had for\>> ,. 18years. If.there as anything for him to do the

, and ing. cant'How and He hyprocrlsy burned through and hit sham at soreness that comes from spiritual The effects have been lasting." railroad will baul him back."?-Duluth.\ Medical Department

experience.Calm. Sold by all dealers. BO cents a box. Herald.
the very vital of sin. How often He -, UNIVCNStlTY. OF LOUISIANA
whipped the gates off at the. whited Foster-Mtlbum Co.. Buffalo N. T. . I.. .jTaa_ for prctl'"l lartnMCiM balk. !. .1 y4, 1
sepulchres ..and revealed the hidden the Imagination. .tr.j..d B7. r.-.."ar*I.b.r.twlr m. "tJ. ,..i.-.a.r... t"il\ to n..n uf

iniquity within. No wolf under You will tell me that .calmness .BEA.T'I10 IT.. Quickly recover their strength ft. treated amt rtt.. ;:- -IW..IU"W U'I-/ *. mmt. ..
OkaU ..
sheepskin was safe near Jesus. Jesus cf, the Imagination does not dependon 'Merchant "Y... we are In need with LoooardTs Golden Xy.lx>tlqn. Blood- tpi.1bas. ;{uJ., _.....". .... _ioMi..o .1>1 11101. _, "..
: ahot.lnflammatlon and soreness are)relieved H. F _
didn't take' superficial glances; He ourselves. Pardon me. It depends 0Il M1o.. .
probed deep and to 'the bottom to very much on ourselves. When of a anttor." Where .were you em- .without .pain... Insist in on.on day.oaring Cools"LeonaKll1 heals aDd.tNDcth. jJr.w.rTULANC Pitov. H....K...1 5W' ;::OM1' 4Nw L. .........,'ytatas'UtWTsf. '. ''

reveal the covered truth or error a.A we cut off all the uneasy thoughts ployed last? It makes strong Uuaj-Kuteod or
the case might be. With the water in which the will has a share, wegreatly Applicant: .'D. bank, air.1'" wfund.4.. 'DrueKI eye>>t.e aeU it at 15 eta.money re 1 'FACTS. / II* K"rBREIf! CTi TOfOUtt M: A C H''t'N'E'R"YAP4.a : '
H.
diminish those which are in- ..Merchant: "Did 7011 clean It out?* forwarded prapaid on receipt of price by t>. : : VICKBT'S ,
dis-cern voluntary.' God will watch over-your Applicant: '"No sin. The cashier .)j. lonardl *.Co..Xampa iris., Old Reliable BYE WATER. SUPPLIER' :
nal lite. The good Samaritan is the Imagination if you do not' keep np did News t.ev _er*>.*._III.... llae.DICKET tmta.la' _loaarr aa4 TmetleM*..*. thaL"-Chicago'bally a.. ...... .
t wr..Ib. w..b saw .IIII..OIIIIUoI Weed.Btataa ta .,
.
example of mercy... The Pharisees the disturbance by'your'.scrupulous ORUJDUIT2' TO PIDO.. ,t.e.ohcad Saba a..r..rwI (le Mill 11I_..... Oo..l_llae. eutU !,''__,"
and the scribes show us the folly of reflections; ,. , .. Mrs.' i do,.bate........sad.h'.u..stS.m... a tint 0J'A0. Wtlkt. toreautocMMtKM., Aid,... UIee ___,
serving of the letter of. the law for Abide In peace. Do not listen to ". rco ,..Argo "Argb .Arg. Alrgo Argo Wrltup: "WhT' did you discharge i fool.-IoU.E.1P e.,I d It.: Yoe atlrate. ee. We Sees a. '""P"" '_ ii. _ _
that nurse girl1Mrs. ,''I'he.I......,._ I. civil ( "__wi!,, ria. .
which is too livelyand bmb .
Its own sake. The'boy who your imagination :Arco Argo Argo ,
.
grew Argo.- weld lg.It. .& _.. -.- .. sa... .N..
Swell "She licked ..... .._........ ..... e d M 1
faint homesick and went back into too full of fancies. This excessive De ; poor .1. ,.11.. Itl.. .. ................... ss. r
his father's arms, is the type of us activity consumes your body, Had Two Wives and Twe'Hearts.remarkable little Pldo Just for' biting the baby." .Id1.b.o4. Sts c::.' talllitmw orwbr.p Sot.W; .

f all. What''could search out truth and dries up your Inward life. You . -Utica,Observer. JDBCO Co..Boa CO,UrUtal.YANDERBILT .or_.. I. /
more finally than that story ,.of8 are preying upon yourself uselessly.It. A court' decision ,a_ .
life hear is .merely'your- restlessness which has. handed "
misspent -"Lord. lord. we bigamy case been d<>fw& at > scnooL:
men cry and we know that the binders peace and interior' grace. Perugia. Italy where Charles }BaUlorl Argo Red'8almon'is; cleaned and

Christ life is not an affair of declaration How can you 'expect Ood to- speak a tailor, was' acquitted of a ,charge packed entirely by machine.and not J. T. EfiWIH,' LL/.P.1Pell.! BLLT*( LT1rIsrSEs"woys'ro
'
In that gentle and Inward voice which 'I
so much as of doing. touched by band. .
Of having two wire -oa the ground : xas.T IOU .
Jesus taught r alllticall,.. He did melts the'"out. when you are mak- .. Lnaas mm* VKIVKojr ......._ ......... .
not Into metaphysics to explain lag. so much voice with your rapid that he has two heart F ur' physicians at.k..e belt.f.L =.. .a'e.lr- .
go =
reflections. Be silent and God :rwlll testified that BaUlort bad two Ali Wedding. se..e b..e 1. ek. e :: .' .
,
Ills points. but out into the world. .._ ......_.a.C..Iy.. Atkl.tl.. i
j.- didn't-pay much' attention to speak again.-Fenelon. hearts and Abe court at once cltOId"-l,I A very pretty river wedding took ::=re.d.wa.TH1e s.cd :-ZCSLLJbT.UHO'sL" oblw etdeR 1* : ;, txi '

philosophic language. He had little that, this ,wa ample :reason 'place at Dray near.ltaideahead. The 'Ea.WOl.la.ow. 0___..... eeTTifE 'a
time for Impractical.; But how The Living: liope.The .. to, marry 'two'. wonven.-Neiw. 'York wedding party proceeded to and from s.
realistic He made the-truth... > Sin .is ChrUt'1 oi .
rise *, the hope I World.. Bray Church by electrlo, and steam .
f exemplified the'erring son. Sel- the believer-Christ, not In' the | alWMSSBSBBBlSHMMSMSMSMNSBSSHSSiSHSMSBJSl and NITS. e
shown In the elder broth bunches gaily0ecked, la peeD .
Bsbness Is heavens, but in the heart. And ',
'
er. The blowing wind is the illustration this hope we have as an anchor ot AMOSTA: SOLID SORE. white.. : \S.4VAJOMft'mMIA!
of the' 8plrlt.. The Tine' repeals the soul'both,' sure and steadfast, 1' ,. .+. ,-.. The bride's.launch-an electric boat e.l .Y eeid.se b.YJ.he.lLrtn sS, .....1............ .....

,\ : the essential union of Christians and which' cntereth Into that with Skin Disease From BJrth-.Fortune -was lavishly decorated with cherry, L

with Christ. The two prayingIn in the veil. There is saving power Spenton .Hr Without Benefit blossom. lilies and etlt rea. and :when 20; Mule, Team;:

the temple mark sharply the difference In this hope"for it is not a theory or Doctor Cured Her With Catlcnra. occupied by the bride, wearing a lace '...Ih..Iwiv.Ld.w.td..s.wMy t :

' between self-satisfaction and dogma or experience but a Divine "I have a cousin in Kockinj haoi Co.who dress of konltsn. applique trimmed M It..l...M kATIAletA BORAXelrs..rr

religious self-sufficiency and the Personality, even Jesus the Forerunner one had a skin due*** from her birth no- and thejjrldeimalds. -
humble In its of guilt. who has for entered the'upper with silver embroidery
soul sense us til she was six years of, ace. Her father '
:That fellow who heaped. money in his sanctuary' and there ever hAd spent a fortune on'hCrte. set' her cured In pale mauve" eollenne? and aQeoy .will.uaary Brednre to_..iralter. elotkea.M4 frm with. yea l_
coffers and grain In his barns has a Ilveth to make, intercession us. and none of tb.treatments did her any bouquets 01: pink,rose.",presesited avery cwrr..T, labor. All lrre.. 14011qtNpseke.- ..JinaaJeelko'cOASt

lesson for every one. What difference and hath begotten u. unto a living rood. Old Dr. U- suggested that he try picturesque -eight, Five otter Sr... -; : BOBAJC co.',,11..'Tmk.FREE J J-'.
does It make to you who and hope by His resurrection from the the c.uUetll'1RemediH.: ?; which: ice. did. launches foUow dThe.wedding, party .. *.-+

how many are the sinners forgiven dead."-PltUbure Christian. :Advo. When'be eemrpeend to '"...: it the child started by water from West Court in 'l w.Sa P.t+ diYm "LY...ICIL\ER __.a...

I' when once you grasp the Import ot gate, was almost in a olid aeab.. ,Jfe had naed it Bray Beach and disembarked and rep I .i 1... :L'7.=' twYr
the parable of the paying oft of the about two month and the child mm well The ,, ., ( .W""s"q"q
3awn. ,
embarked a.t the' vicarage : .. +
men who labored in the vineyard The Spiritual ]II.pet. and I could hardly believe she'twas!': the ,"'*"' ," ... .- .\.... ", &r..bino..ew'.oI1_.
.
.11 These are enough to show us how That great magnet with Its metal same child. Her akin wa aa soft geababy's contraotlng parties were -Miss Alary1Goesat =.1",, ., .' ,,'" u. .... M.

realistic was the teaching of Christ frame "and its coil of wire and that without a. scar on it. I have not ,_ IIC1.Ja.U'and Lionel Forbes ItCL..Jt.'TIDT MOL.OKBXSBoM > .,",, 7"i """ . raper..t'wt.. W.tb. d I

He forced Ills points home in the strange magnetic power, reaches out en her In seventeen i yean, but I have. Bridges The church was .crowded tub. *M TMT ehab : fI!" ::,... /I'.. :..."j L oaN
language of tbe fields, the temple and takes hold tit those little pieces heard from her and the last time 1 beard and -:bulIdreds'of people watdbed:! the Mrfectlr eeenres you enoeeira > ?'. ,, 1i..I\"' '" 11..__= r

the streets, the fireside His illustrations of metal. 'between which and Itself from her ah. was well. )1..... 'V. P Ingle, bridal procession TOM up and down wen tkem Wa MreireJ xnd..rattw full- Ira Ion. ..wIlAaoLa

dealt not with impossible there is an affinity, and it gives them Burlington; N. 0.. Jun.10, 190.THEJ !,.- the river.-London Dally Graphic: lertnetlen wt th-aII _.1:_ I._,b L. .s.Ur_-.. .'.. ,
situations but with dally occurrences some of its power through the contact lferWcSUCotwrtm 14
which might easily be paralleled in Christ is the Great SpiritualLife .
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the experience of each of His bear- Magnet "And I. it J. be lifted (PIM'LL i The milk pans are quickly cleaned ( REctAL ,........ dunpasta..tltl.papersad..adwasorderfeet '1''aet..i;;

ers. They knew how*selfrighteousthe up from the earth, will_ draw all men Hubby: "Why '''didn't you -come to and rid of all greasy "feel when ....vcvtieiaf OSr 'woman A.tlieptlo thai ravxMB 'I'
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leaders of the people were. They, unto Me," and faith in Him puts u. .the door and let me In," will
washed In borax and water in the following Tidy N Mice.sad w.will mik =n.d'e brnltai
w.nm. ye. a :
had than seen a woman affinity with Himself and Our
more once in spiritual Wife: n couldn't George..." r+...a of...t of AM : savant
weep her house ln search of a coin. : through it He holds us to Himselfand neighbor was talking to somebody'and proportions! -one tablespopn- Order t.edar cod._14 PillowAddraear- ". aend-f, > '-'absolutely for tree u.a larire w. trial :

It was no new thing to learn that a 1 gives us power of His power and I was at the'"phone."-Clevelaad: Plain ful of borax to a quart .water, ,, TKIO HOT1LTT CO. aTLABTa. CA. box of Paxtlna with book ol ,lottrueter:
the characterof tloos ,
shepherd would 'go out into purity of His and genuine lettlmonlfUa. lead 1-
mountains leaving the cock behindto His character andalitd of His Dealer. your name and address on a.postal card. .

lend succor to some lost and lonely life. TItEJ RUSH! .-:13THow Side sad Centre a ; >

1y lamb. There were tares enough The Alaska Packers Association / wu It Dr. Knowlt got sucha AO/ias P AITINEf 1 x '

r' and sufficient mixed ground In Judeato Fulfilling the Flair. have taken the highest award at big-fee,from'Talkatlvef. ErLARGATTOCK es'I. : -
enabla the farming element to seethe "Becau' when, be called' to atp
Brooklyn was
'ot the fectlons
The engineer every World's Fair where their goods such as Banal eatanh, pelrle 1
point of the parables of the tare. bridge was confined to his bed whenit .were shown. ..U' $t."Louis 'World's tend -to';' Mrs.; Talkative for a slight : LOMBARD catarrh and IntuunmaUon caused blka'-..
knew -as well nine Was l
and the sower. They acre efl' sore throat and
in ot construction. trouble he told her' she had p
principle was process Pair the Rod Salmon, took the grand peryons. s4. inoutb by direct local treatment. lie eu.
after day
Pay an "acute Inflammatory"verbosity""Well pe ot yeast These and a multitude of ,- he. saw its piers' rise' and \;theIplder' prise. The only grand prize ever AUGU.TA OA. and II...... Immexlla4etelleL f
other reallstlo illustrations 'in' the web of cables cunningly given to Salmon at any World's Pair. Tbounahdi of :',omen. are> acing and re. ,* .
teaching of Jesus gave charm to His It had all been planned and The Argo R'd.Salmon. the best that "And reoommeaded absolute -quietas omHi formed. ;:: v Thompson's Water druggi.teorbX f Shell. Rerormbor, oi' Trr, i
with Eye
the !
words and filled His messages held in his mind's) eye; ands when it Is packed. only means of averting'parox xoTHIItleTTaT IT. I ?
power. And the preaching ot men was ''finished being asked ,bow it yams elf cacaoethes loquendl.! Sbe's ,S'aJIIB. YAiTt/rf CO, Voaton.. Maaai

.will lose all its freshness and efflclen looked he said "It is precisely what NOTROdd AN'11I0. scared. dumb."-Baltimore American.' ."r (.At28-'tl7j 1'
tcycjust so soon as the element of the I expected it to he." Oh. would that ". R
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' realistic which holds personal Interest Christ might be able to say the same t "And 7011 refused Dr. Slasher T Such HICKS' ;

is left. out.. of us; that our life and character.! a future." , . 'bAPUDINE ,CRESCEIMTANTISEPTIO i :
' Then too. ,Jesus taught: ;with purpose are according to His plans and pure. "I know lt.but'alw&y. thinking'of GREATEST HEALER KNOWN TO SCIENOaV' ,

with an end in1 view.' He Hedid poses\, nothing but business. Why" while he ., I.xasAT.LcuaasHEADACHES 6.\ ,NPo---.N' Irritating.Allara Inflammation and stops

alkiuattohearHlmselfstalk.* , ,.was. (holding my baa d,' alter ae-J haft pate tram UJIJ."eaAa strong as cau-bolio acid sad aa harntlaaar '
not ,engage In. vocal gymnastics .. ... COLDS met < inaiandyf em-'eIcI and chronic sevre _;J 'r ,
We'Be1o Sto.G.ocL; i proposed,he drew. out his watch and |Bre. f
and
after,the manner ot so many speakers sons inflammation from any eanae on man or beaal. S '
of this day, and generation. ; He 'We may throw ourselves away, but began to count, mr put.--ch4eap. We TO watovus ,\, 'fowls=mrcr eholae, sore bead,,and ,rove ,B.ti.Lctka'p.rx' 4 ., ..

did not talk because there was,"easy God will not throw us away. We Journal: .... ..... ,MSl.s. tr, '.I 1rr.n/Lrci w lesLbeC ZscuiroeswicALC'.sbw.w'4i" . .'J'' ri .
money" :be;made"that.way..or in belong to HIQ,ItJU; and, He"gath- ( .-. 'a1.It" .

order that He might get notoriety. ereth up the fragments which re-
On the contrary Jesus talked pur- main, that nothing be ..IostIn order { 1F l

e posefully. It meant danger for Jesus : to' become pare we... may need
to take' the stand 'HedldJt.) ran shani suffering' and then God, willnot.besitate.to

} many and great, risks in the speaking Inflict It. It:Is thus ,,
of the truth. But the Master badt..purpOMo that God's lore. 101',the soul\ and its
He i wanted men to see worth appeal eminently?in that 'HeI.

l what sin is; how defiling it is; how will not let va destroy ourselves. o'r

disintegrating, .disgusting .its efa James Freeman ,Clark. ..;..--- -* NeeMN.iLlheeaegly: dwWy. ater.tetra-.u.; C. OL&" 14411E RgTOgtLRtPrloe: ..{IA90!fp I.Ia- ,

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f \Ttii"ffOfJTH aaap f )* !!> COIKO' ,, DAY 1 was quicklY dispatched 'by the'atd of cnntr before Cli.rtea m, ;* that seal Mverally they executed. ': 'aeknewledied the Mm forth toaad I LIQUORSALL :j l

a rail in the hands of the lady ID uae sad purpoee.therein axpraeaed.la 1 'IIIff
witaea*whereof,'1 have hereunto act my :
question.
the'jullp In the amnherFer ball.that. .,
Lay the Jaot.about combined are hand and affixed my official seal at Klnlmmea, r
Heat and sore eye {
County of 000..... State. of Florida\ tha| tHh day
the.mlmcle ...happened aad the olden dare too much to contend longer over aDd( A. D. ItBT. ,
of June BRANDS OF 'r
arapaat ..cA' .s O. I, C. is.affilcted with both: will [Seal) ROMA THOMAS. i i THE LEADING.
'That mabea Milwaukee b...... doera'tfoaai
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willa" close. .(). I. C. Notary Publk q)State of Florida Larre.Mr
fan T........ Y e Commleelon expire. February' .IS, 1911. J
Aid tile 114 Ia cold ao.-rt Ia a* sight looked ... Stall' KI
t; -..... The -- WHISKIES I ICase
k r 0. tbeeomle paper eolonel MM. ] lib cronlea wall That won't come bottle on ba Notice of Application for Tax I .

J e ol tita4ah.For by'* face after one of White'sCream Deed Under Section 8 of cI .
tlM a.lat la wavinamllr.. but lh.' Boulh I* Vermifuge the great worm Chapter 4888. Laws r\ _ -, ,
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smile
not keep: that ;
.otnadrr.BrthaetUlaUeM. medicine. Why 1
i on baby's face. If you keep this of Florida. Whiskies Domestic Brandies.
the hllUid.. la Kentucky all Nolle In hereby given that. E.L. U. Overxlrce I
medicine on
dbutysmiles11oo '' Pint Pint Quart California fine ,
"
extra
Uetlll.. see anything bls' purchaser Ta* Certlflot NO.59. dauxl the. ...hn "rrtnp Rye ., .. ..4"' T'I' .1 60 ojunlitr) :(.. . .. .. '.. . 1'1Ift
: Forth* sal I. clamP i.irahiant io.t be dipped faoe. Mr.. S-Blackwell: Okla.. Mh day of June A. D. I9US baa filed Bald certlfl to w L.wls' Ii Ite. .. .. ..dt 71 'I 2i 1 MI Maryland. Peach .. .. ..V, OT 1 00
up from the rill;. otto ID office, and lies made application for Wilson,...... .. .. .. .. ...e 7. 1 60 Maryland Apple ., ..!tt "Ml' I IM ;
- hIs sods clue writes: fretful my J W.darper ""rboa..; '") 111 ",I MIJan. Nosh Carolina Pee,'h .. ..*'. *. ion;
No'th pUn.'a.atdy. ruler givse "M, baby was peevish and tell deed to Issue In accordance with law 1. Pep.r BollrboD. ..&\ M 1 20,1. \ North Carolina Apple. .:.:!& SM4 3 on "
a...... Would not eat and I feared be would Said certificate/ cmtracea Ilio following do- ,$, .. R.Itlmore. Rye . ..0 76 t J\O\ Jersey Apple Jack .. ..,.*\'> 8' 1 Si 1
And dIsoes..local optkm with tile South tallnaPOT. of White' Cream In Otcanla Hunter It.Ulmore Rye ,. MI "
bottle kltiialcd couuljr
die. I used a erltH-irT 'PCriy .
PaperImprove Old ?..nt_ Itye. .. .. () !10 J I ta \ Imported
had sick Paint and in Case.
V Vermifuge and he has not a Florida, lowltiBw Fo.Ib. It,.. ". .. .. 100C'"rmnnl Wines

It*" .......* at th* fountain to be wlnkful of. UM day since bold: by Uoberson' Phar X of KW J. Bee!% 14. Tp. 25 South. R. :W EJ!;,, i Ry .........-.1\0.\ it 00, $200Chase' I'orl' ... . !. . .... ,,. . . p"; battla I Atl

M ort.eecktauglwladustyLd macy. containing; aorei moro or luu. and protect your lIou"e.I ".distilled eep.nlally '. "'heM'' ,.. . .. .. .. .,. .. .. .. .. ont ) ,
} t.ho South The aalil laud being aiteubd at the date of will he pleased to bring my J907 for "otIlcl..1. \ BugiMdy. ... ,,:., on :
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.... ,. ... .... . 4(o 111 1 MIWoodford ::
user : ..... .. .. .. . .. 1 eIRhine i
going. dry. ccrtlflcalc In the namo of house and Sauterne .
of uph to .
Inuauco books .
the sample your Cou"t, a,. .1' 611 iL1 .
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Wine ..... .. I' 1 1M '
_ it U water wtr..........i._ and not a dropto NOTICE. Peacock lluut '". Weal Co.Unleiu tnake any aupKestions the latest i Maker'a xxx X It,. .. "1 26Edgemont Claret, In oaae. .s.. ........,. 7-.. lon' 6o !<,
said curtlfloate hall be redooineil ao- decorations that you may d..lre.i (t.lreC'n Wrap.erWhlker,25 -

..no longer drink..hear ticS. ....10 of th* mellow cry. ,NotSoe la hereby given. \ the undenlrned TaU In. cording: to law, tax deed will Lane thcrt(m ou Drop me a card and I will cheerfully I Cream. "of Kentucky..I: >> 11II 7& 100 I 60C..r. G. R. Minnni'1 Kxtr v br,. '." I'lnu'Qu.V <.' 4.;OilJO" ;*
ul clinic, Und la apply! to t.ho Governor of Florida at 'he.1 r.nh'tlajr of AugiiKt. A. D. ISO:. furnish estimates oq paper ....(T.nu." tt'hiskey.b 1 6r.GntdenScelu Marl Chanduu White. seal : 4 00

i When the Colonel end t.ho Major and, the Gen- Ia"FIa." .. August S. IWl. for letter PatontInoorpo..t1mr lluem\ an,olllclal signature. cud sect till*tlio and painting. ; ; 'r I :, : :, ohi Joe ' :l3 A ft 11II() Ion I -' l
....and the Jedire, the "KlMlmmee Lumber Company"ender 121h day of July, A.'D, lute. KentnckyDew: ': ' : :: : :: :: Ale. Beer and Stout. per Dozen.
.. the original '
Meet to law.. little nip to fftvelthelr: appetite M of the which following'la on flu propoawlCharter In the office of Secretaryof (seal) L.LE8I.KV Kloi l la.Jlv qEOFE1E A. BA EI ;York RdTnp.--------------" Roger. ------a 1% I 110 MI BUM PalPAle .,. .. . perdnsn t 11II
Court <
_ edge.Forth Clerk Circuit OaeoulaConuty liatnyMald .' 7.1 1 M <.utuuess'.tout :: ..;; 0
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*eta-nora1 now it no..:l.. and. the rye Ufont ,Slat of tips State of Florida. ARTHUR B. PONCOAN, &. C. IHMt baltimnre; Eye, :: :!: M 1 on AuhseserBncehNlne: ; \\ji\tr\\ 1 MAnbaueernucch'Budwelcrr '
C A. CARSON. Old Cimhrldk-e. .4" ,71 I AO >' 16\
wry, LAnd 1, A. CRANFORD. --- -- OHr.\NI. 1''LltlDA, Puritan Ky. .40 T> 1 *O
th*punch bowl hold. carnation, and the Golden Cream .. .. ..*.> 11.. 1 Ml Whiskies the Callon.totden
by
M. .
Rye
South U coin*dry.AO ICAJ'Z Notice. I Paul Jo.... . .. ..aS M I OTCouitluition.
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4.> 7V 1 MlKentnckvTavern
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the nlrhl npo ndw hive taaanhi and are worn PROPOSED CHARTER Or THE!: KISSIMMEE; Nolioe' I" hereby given to all Ipenoua holding .. ". ., ..Sal 'n 1110 ( "Star' Rye .. .. .. . per.. Ktlloa.. ion
lalmi or dotuand against the Estate of |JcrrM }- Brook RIll (Bottled la Mountain' spring Rye .. t M
upon the head-* LUMBER COMPANY Potter deceaaexl to present lhoaamcrliilyuthenttnttud bon.l. ..... ... .... ......41) 7.1 1 "O Mountain' Ipnug Rye XX .' "" ., 1 76MonutsinRpriug
Not the nli-htcap that were taken before nobodywent Osceola County Oyerhalt(bottled la bond) 1 Ml "' Rye XX If .. KMt
U bed., .Tha und.roInotilat.o. themoel..I4..ther to the undersigned within two Yellow Label. doe I 6O (Hone Shoe, 7 year old .. M
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...... to ae eolemnalb for tho purpow ofbeeomlnC; incorporated under years, a* proscribed by lair olhcrwUe the tame old Crow- ------- 1 OilWhite Kentucky Pride, 7 Tear old " 001Mi
And the above the bluegrass | ___,__ llolilea Crown Rye.. ,. 4
barred all Indebted to nald ) Oak (Tenneae ..
bt and
will '
$ th. tranaa ; penon
of noridalfor
death tile Uw of the t ate Abstract Echo aprloira Ry* / 70
iTaKentucky
For H bear no nuiureat clove tang o. 'IU oderlflabroaUi. Lion of buaineaa under the following Charter. estate...hereby required 10 make Immediate Company wblDkry)i'ride.------------4... .. .. ..:I[*, M 1 00 l>el..non CJub, double .tamp "" ".. ( be r.
Omtrnof . S M'
Article ."'Th of this Corporation hall settlement with the undersigned Keatwekv: ., 'I,
T- *name '
1401.1Raltlmore, I0 yrarujdke 6 M
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And each nun can. walk a chalk line when. the be Kkefanme.: Lumber Company. It* principal M'yoth.1I107.: fvlalt Whisky in OJa.as-C'asa.Ooods. l Top Rye,14 year old.t !. b
fflce ahall ba In the Town of Klaalmme City K.': L. D..OVKRglREhT.Administrator : .
"" MANAGER.
ware are la tba.k,. S. H. BULLOCK. ''
For. Ux flu daw now b fl...... and the Soutk I*' Fla..and IU bualiMaaea ahall be conducted In other deccaaed., of Kutaio of Jrrrr M., Potter :.. -a American fttreMalt Malt' .. - ....4e.ee' 75'1'I! 1 12ftHaoche 60Dufr'a Corn Whiskies by the Gallon.
i place* In Urn State (of Florid and.Isewhwethrough -- Malt 1 V
}! going dry. North Carolina White Corn ration 1 {toSlodB
per
/ ofnoe oraachea. avencle or otherwiMaa W. J. buena. ; AUr. for AdmlnUlralor. I lieal estate Mountain White Uorti, .. .> j j, ;
lay the Jest about the ,..UP. '_Ih the cheetaut II may ba n.caa.ary or con eni.nt. 23-Ht. and Domestic and Imported Gin in North faroKua Yellow Corn
examined reported on ..
rules . . .. . "
ft en old (|
tree at but.rwtnere'p The general nature of the boa.ln_ ; l M
Article t. -- --- --- -
bat_kind of moonshine and the t*be traaaacted by said Corporation shall be te Notice.Notice Tuxes Instruments paid for relating nou-residents to real estae Glass. North Com.Carolina years Wilkes old ..County... .... " | M ,.

olden day are pant; I build own and operate. ...-mlll.. planing; mill Breath's 011' Tom Gin.. ." J nn Old! Harvest. ' .... .. -. IbStd,
Vow the water wagon nam.....* through. the drr-kflna. turpentine atilU and their appurUnaneea. carefully drawn Booth'i Dry tilu .. .. I noeo ,
l Southland. Ite trip. I tram-road and .logging plants; 'to buy U hereby given that thebard of Countylommisaioner Irnoulh: ; <>lnOurdon I.DI'ij"; : 1 H> Lowest Prices by tha Gallon.
( will meet on Monday July 15, Corr sici I ; ( 1 ( : I'o.thnrn ( ; 1 ,,,
And It help no one U>drop off to pick up manufacture, sell and otherwise deal In lumber Hell lllll 2lay .
.I t.h'1 9"7.. for the purpose of hearing compUint andreceiving Rye from .. .. . ,2 On nn driftr'whip. hlnrlea naval .14.. and merchandl: of all to the value of Gin ... I MIllo Corn from ....... .. .. a OO up
Foe th.mint ......make. a paature and the kind: to buy opera and sell row'bnata and testimony a* any prop- haul M-lyr Phnsplistc '(' .. en 9 : :: Gin from . ... .. S 0" ua>' t
rtp. real or peraonal. a* Axed" by the County Mobile Dtiek ,21 ftiIterll
acre* hanreth nlra, oork.j lighter! 'to purchaaa. own and hold land, timber of Taxea.leron Iiilanil Enclnraiica'iV ' N I O't And all other LJquon In proportion \\I!
,All I*UII dung the atllliUe. and the South I and tknb.r prirtlocae by deed. ...... timber per.softoroh.rfoils ittemor Old newspaper for sale in this Wolfe' . Sobledamehnappa
having complainta to make will take $ . I 21\ Gins. Rums the l
ofllcp for 20 cents er hundred. and Brandies by
In dry i
,
of contract,and to II, mot-trot* duo notice of thp.'meeUng and govern themselves Comu Bark Gin end Bea.Gdlrthe .
-orIaDcIo JWpo .or.Bid.wWg or otherwise dispose 01 the ama to build equip, I accordingly. WALTER BASS. PR.. :T VI .100 Gallon. ,1,1ROMHJiu
Red l lan Gin . :y 5ni I atUnderwa.d's
I own and operate dock for storage. forwarding or Chairman Board of bounty Commlwiloncra. Old Tom 1 611 . . ... . . .. .1111
.+llil riOd Ni 'Bweiiie...t other purpcee; to acquire hold. uie. mortsace.leaae. i '" Old Tom Gin .. .. .. .1 M' ;,
n .. I aell and convey property real and perannalincludina I ---- .', CITY BARBER SHOP Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported Holland : ..::... ... :.2 75
bond of : ...lIon'. N K. Knra. )ear old .( lie -
;atocka and other eorporat ono: t.L.wrenws
.j With. Neighbors at Whitter.i I Notice of Application For Tax ISe Quart Medford. Knm, 7 yearn old .4 OS
mo..nd .
to borrow secure am by mortaa
nuweraRnw'iil II MI Peach Brandy, yer gallon.. .2 7.V a'V> and 4.n lti
deed., to aecur*debt, bond. or other obl"tlo"1' Deed Under Se lio.rSot, Now Open for Business .Inn'William 1\"."V U. I", !2 no Apple Brandy per gallou ,.1: .*u. t O9 and ..ne) :I
'1 Reported Weekly by O. I. C, therefor; to receive. payment for the capital Chapter 4888, Laws of Stark and White 8cotrh 2 nriIIK California Brandy, yer gallon -----3.01 to t.00, I
in Patrick's Old Stand. end Hale 2 6ihunvlil's ...
In of
tock of this Company money or property a
'... Florida. I lrl.h .. I W Port and Sherry Wines by the ';
.f1of,9 Mrl1+w1 001a..tMlFethO. jut valuation to be Axed" the Board of Direc*

i Hot are the general weather condl ton; to make contract of ail and every kind Incident Xolice I..* hereby given that T. )I. Murphy NEW cHAIn.NIW The Very mst Corn Whisky\ Ob Gallon. r
to and for thin furtherance of It* purpoee purchaser of Tax Certificate No, t"l dated the t
r tions Wbtttler. i'Occasional rains tainable. "n''lIIr.r \ .. . ., . . .100
at '
and bualnea including contract between the said th day of June A. D. 190.\, ha filed said ItA OUS C.Ufoni.I'orL. per ..II<<>n.I.k.80\ 2.00 and LM {
Ji keep the ground moist'.';d the swamp Corporation and Individual and other Corporation certiorate In my office and ha made application : WllkM County N. C. *> V '1 (ft California' 8h..rrT. peraallon,1.541,2.UUandLis/ )i
NEW KVERYTIiING Old Htrreet. K.:C. . .. . MI. 1 onOn imported Port Win, .. .
S.M and
in cattle drinking: order, but the *: to.make. uch bylaw a* say ba deemed for tax: deed to luue In accordance with . prrcallon .OCI {
:MipleCoro 2r> 0"atawba I Imported Port. .ur b t.tllnr..I.00..rbttJ&l.I
betted tmo.pbere' 1 I. overcrowded beet and generally to."oreloo.U power Incident I... Said certificate embrace the followirtgdauibed Valley . .., ...'> M I m Imported Sherry, per (alien. <.W>. I. O and 4.*. 1
to the conduct and purpoee of the basin property Mutated In O.oeolaeon' ty, Elk ValIey . . ..*( t" 1 00
with gnats during the day, and motouttoe aid CorporaUoa and to have eierclae and enjoyall ; Florida, ...-wit: ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... /

'atffht,,which( are far from I rights;power and privileges .f Corporation Bw M ..l NE'j Sec. T. 2* South R. :y II e..lI Imported Cognac Brandy. Orders will not be filled without ,

being, pleasant oompaalonn. ,Amid organhMd and nclatinc under and by virtue..of the to I acres.S 0' NO PA V. ntia, at-1s*.. .. .. ..(, onlenneeev cash, postofflc ortier, express money \
'this beat and Insect 'the general law of the State of Florida. The said land being aeued at. the date of XXXX: . .. .Y .VMutillzXXX > order or certified check. Send money'
I peals .... .
toek l. of : .2 'JO with order.
Article" Tha Capital autaoriaed shall he auaoce each certiacate In the name of
e bealth of ,our conununltr' U better ba One Hundred Taouaand+ .Dollar tiao.OUO.OO>>. A. W. \Hpronll.fnleu .

tha>could be expected: Very few divided ate eaw thoaaand (1000) abates of the par laid certificate shall ha redeemed ... :a REVIVO 'i

critical CAMS ot.any description. vela of Oa H....... Pollara $100.00)>)> ....h, according laws tax deed will Issue thereon lESTORES VITALITY H. W. METCALF Co.f: _

Wot! tha Thirty-are: Tboaaand Dollar of 00 the 12th day of,Auiruct, A. D. 1907. .
Wakrmeloui 'at .
hare last made
aaid*toek shall be paid for la eaah,. The balance Witness my official ilgnatar and seal this the "
their' appearance and wbat"Lbe, lack may ba leaned. In payment of property labor or II'" day of July A. D.'111II7. "Haifa a ORANGE ;AVE._ ORLANDO, FLAWJUG I

'In quantity Is fully made'up' .in, qual .........at ,a j Just valuatioa labs fixed., the Di.Tarim. [fscatj] E, U LESLEY, Well..H i

Itl.hel, are far .uperlor'ID flavor Clerk Circuit Court r* '
Ankle The.... for which aid Otoeola "
r :m those prerlous: .y a.... The fln- Corporation Connty Florida THE of Me. TRADE A SPECIALTY"THE .i
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ball exist shall be niaatyaina (W>)> yean. By ARTHUR E DONEOAND.C. ,
ca.A.2IJ; T (
far have been, raised the '
rt/thus ,on Article Tba buatneee'of. said\ Corporation "

Drawdjr plantation which for delicacyof shall be maaaared. by a President) ( a Vice Preal- ,.:,, Public Notice R..dare.V a..&.VO. ..-Italaiaoelava.R.1D2hlanYpr :: : :'
It
deatag erelary.a _and a Board of Director aria ,(i
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flavor are 'unexcelled by any tour : ::0 \ n. " powerfully and dqulekl Cureawheaotnarafali. Fil13lI F'91r3p
n-pocitleo\ has tasted for *of not more than ave_ ()))> member*. Th. UaTlng-j' purchased d the. 'fine' racing Y say aooa oa* recall their....' ....-.. and >7> >re3r lairbrwh 1 n llstllJr h'Ji .
' : many efflcevf President and Traaaarar may be held by stalhoD.CDrJtlWorthJlrom', :: O. A. old men may recover their youthful vigor by :, :, \ :' \ H.4 r''' ;!1th: 6i,
natac KKTIVO. It '
and "
years : tho amp pmwa and the number of Director.. redoced Beacb.ii now offer his services to the Nervauaaeaa, quickly Lose Vi slaty quietly. Bexaal remove i'
9> ,. Corn it not doing well. The wet to not lea than four (S))> if the br'lawa aaprovide. public.. Terms on aoplioatioD., Weakness such aa Lost Power,FaWn* Maaaory.TaaUo4T .

weather following the sprint drought The Director tae empowered to dclecate WALTER BASS, SR. xoeta\ and Diaoaaea Indlaeratlon., and. ..which....t.o. of aaBta** -.one....>a for or INN'1' :I

to any on.or more of the officer of tile ., __ , Mud,. bualnea
came mo** too. late for'the salvationof T ir - or man-tare. It not only cure I
Company the power to.employ,agent, and aervanto by Martin at the sees of dlaeaa*.but la a eret : .
a conitderable portion of the:crop. ,Tba annual meeting' for the election of serve ..ilr natal bleeds B......., brlnciuc
; M. WiLLSON JR. back. ,... flak CI.. a eke. u and restoring > ;t
., The railroad question has suoombed officer by the.Ioek oldora of the Company ahall the .ra *>r yeah It ward off nnpraaeka -
t'' be held on the Scat Wedneaday July each ._ ,
to the, heated term BO that year *.d. InjiUtonbavlD HKVIV. ,
but thta dato may ba changed by th. bylaw S NOTARY PUBLIC... ) no other. It oaa bo-oarrjed.. Teat pocket. By "
Whittier Ira little off on the question __ mall.et.OO per package. orals for...OO. W.Bin .
TheateekholdenahaUmetoa th.
airhth day' of STATE LARGE. \ free advice and couaeel all
AT to who wUh It, Now
this week. A iruot. A. DItOT.. .t:-rLoaI-.Fla.. for th* Real Estate with cwa-.._. Circular free AddrenaOTAU. Open for the Reception Guestsin
Citizen Arch is enjoying fair health, Brat anal mating of the Company for the pun Agent. MEDICI_. CO.. Harm Kef. Cki****. U. .1

,, ,returning'on Sunday from a visit to Does of orrantxlnc the Corporatioa. adopting byUw KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. For sale In Klsslmmee Fla., by the .
*.eleetinc Director and for th* traaaaeUoaof I I the Beautiful City of ,
bis daughter, accompanied b>, bU esteemed KlssUnmee Drug Co.. drufffflsu.IRTS. f "
each ether bueine*a* may b* properly_Id.
lady and bliss Iv.: Nat was wed" the meetinr data the office tobadeetad ;

k left to keep. boose" 'during their ab at th*firat election\ shell be elected. and AAA A g. r.dt.tdksTcdbcjlatAasectAcroI

qualify tha business of this Corporation shall ba .-... ....... .. .
": seooe and that young geatlemau decided .. ...-.. 1 KISSIMMEE. FLA. .1.1I
conducted by the following named officer: 'C. A.Carson .
that he was an-awful" bard cu..I .- .
President and Treaauren J. A Cran-
___.I :tooaer to take care of.' ford a V.... ......... 8. I. Lupfer aa Secretary, I Floyd CO. ,. .

.' Mr. Joe. Williams' last visit to yoi,r and C. A.Careen. A. Craaford. W. M. WDliama. i ir

town caused a temporary prostration. .S.L. Lupfer.E. U Leek.. M. Cats.... H. -.. --"-., --\I //I .\
Nothing critical, however, as he was C).Stanford a* Director, J em.. Ca gS -- --- -' -"F.P "r.Di i .

-.onn once. more. at. his, ,deak attendingtotmslness. Article babUltiea.. to TlMhlrheatamouatotindebtodaaee'r which thIs. Corporatioa may'at i GROCERS ;a t. .. ,: '!

-t ., say one t abject Ite lf.shell b*Tw Hundredand 4 . .. TERMS: i rj
t - -
Miss Beulah has also been on' the Fifty Thousand Dollar (SKv.OM.OQ). t.

a -complaining list, but nothing serious Article Thenamaa aad leaidaneea' th. | NEW'FIRM NEW GOODS t' $2 to $3 Day. "I'
suberlbins Incorporatom toarether with the num per
-enough.to create uneaslnes. *. " se *- -*Hf*..*>*

'Prof. Hawthorne Baslntrer, acoompanled berofsbarea.1ItsCapitol each ara aa f ollewatName stock subscribed by 4 "' .. $1O to $14 per Week. J

t ,by: *GeorgeV lker; were Rc.ld.aa* N*.of Share. Full Line of High Grade Fresh t ,
tta: guests &to, the Emporium Monday C. A.Careen KiaHmaMoTFIa; ------l
'night, the former en route to Klsslnv J.A.Craaford JackaoavUla. 51.-:) Family and Fancy Groceries Meat Tlckets/21 Meals. $10.Harry r ,;,

-------w.M.William. Jaekaoavffle. yin . .. . ..WB. > FREE' DELIVERY ,
mee, the latter returning* home Tuesday ::!>. Lealey -..... .. PI.--------MM. i S

morning with about ,a'' thousand Kata : :)-""- ... Tie-----------.90 4 .t ;

11 pounds of supplies' purchased from B.C. Stanford riaalmmaa. Fla, .. .. .....to
.' N.B. Caraoa iI_ Prices lllglit ; Fla..State .
leem.eila.0
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"?: Our Democratic rooster baa recovered B. c. BQsa ......1__. Fla . .. ... . '. w- -w Siva'vrtvr'Y '..".. .. Yreaw'4r-w-'w''U' W i
,1 from hi* Increased church mem- W.a Makiaaea Kla lmni.a_ Fla.. ... .. ... ...10 : W. Tlmrraan ( !

bershlp scare believing ,that' said Increate o. KeI-a Klmimeeee.PIs. ..,... ;

b only In Dumber and not ofIINacheMna.klDc' J. E. Lupfer ...'--. Fla... ... .... I r
( S.Ij.Lmfer'' r' .,.. . . .. :. ..10 PROPRIETOR. .. .
material. Institutions for Education.
'. Brother waaeaa the,beads and, ....a( u.. aid laeor.C Higher ,
Gay announced a* the" lash 'meeting, -"""" : .. I

u that he would probably not return lot C A.CARSON Is.slJ --- K4SM5
two or three month : J.A.CKANFOMX ]JSeal]
*x> tha. the. rer-
.rend gentleman' stray sheep '; nay ,W. 1(.WlLLL a. (8oaIl I University the State of Florida Florida Female College

y' with thoM K.L. LB3UCT.ISaal} i AINaV t..L&: n.... TaU..t..II-. : :. M.A.
unite ,belonirluic to Oliver H. KATZ. tSeaU WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF TIIE BESTS
v'' BaM aad be among the rat. of the H. C.BTANFORO.S A high grade institution for youn College I for women, without par- : :

"i aGate before hU rMnnu.The' N. B.CAKJOH t80aIl men, offerlmrLtterary, Scientific: Engineering'Agrlculturall !: -. alleliath* South embracina ColA .
Ti fii. XX C. L... rjSaallM.C.BXTAM.aeal:. lege of Liberal Arts a School for j
Patriarch cJi.19'1i. and
both .
Fedaffoc
are 'I Teachers-* Schoolof Indl18'rlalAne,
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; .ax>]oumln.r a.t your :C&IIIPl the& former W. B.MA[ NB01If.[Seal> ] ical Courses. r a School of Fine 'Art*, including WHISKEY, WINES AND BEER.

.. ..- departing our'ebore.' on' Friday, the Ob C. MeLCAK.Seal Strong Faculty; well equipped Lab.oratorie piano pipe organ, violin..' voice cut .

,I ,h 'latter. haying been'ah8eQ&IO& over .3... LUPvz rlJ *; thorough Instruction, both Vure,.elocution anphystcatonture. ;
f a .. L. LOI'W'a. theoretical practical, careful supervision A faculty of.able spexjlalUt in all t

Y month rMr*.: Amanda:Drawdy kiUed a'larf e "' .:'J=:i..t SB.aa '. tone. and/ discipline.. ;. high- moral- department:TUITION.FREE.. Charges, for' special WHITE I[ 'SALO O..N :

:r.' I diamond back; ra&Clerbe. cow a Xebary.PaaBe..sad'-........ NO tulatodcharge. to Florid student Instruction in fine art reduced .

5., 4rxgilp Sunday .venlnKIt' was b1Dt .1Flmids ...-. .--..c.. A- C.r..a J. *. Other expenses'..rylow.' to, a ,minimum. Mew buildings l ...' ,
.. A.C.-'a.L w..... '-.-....L.I...... I(. Forr catalogue, and other'Isformadon course of construction. Write. for ': \
> it. ppWa < ... Ca.amv OL O, La*. sxUreas "' catalogue. : \ TT T" LES '
: . her toot C&IH.ao dON to hi*, 'anakv at.C.___W. B. Makaacaau **.Gat.' f I. : & OO .-

.t t ;.hip'a head tha be had to'"withdraw' . B. ....,.,L L. r.-. ...I ksewa M r and ANDREW', SLEDD. Pres.. A. A.:MURPHREE-Pries. S 5- toIf ,;
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