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 19, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00290
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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SCHOOL BOARD PROCfflMffcS. Twelve Innings were req wired to decide A. C L Charged With DiscriminaUofl.| X09 """ r. .. .
the contest the visitors anally
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winning by a score of 7 to 5. WashingtonJuly O.-rComplalnt -THE-

,Gilbert and Windham 'pitched for was made yesterday afternoon to the .. '. AndSec/v., ;
Routine Business'Transacted at the ,the Hangers and Eustls erspectively. Interstate Commerce Commission' by Kissimnee Drug ,Co. : *' '
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Last - --- - - I If' the Florida Fruit and' Vegetable [:

Meeting ;f' Abraham LI a col a | Shippers' Protective Association J All .Sorts :
against the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad l-i' .rreTe
Klsslmroee, Fla., July :2!, 1007. Was a man,who, against all odds, Company and others that rate.charR'8d .

Tba Hoard of ,Public Instruction could attained get the In theUnited highest honor'Stales.a Dai-man by the defendant lines on WHAT WE DO> FOR YOU. or 'j. ,t

met In regular seislon, there being lards has attaineda citrus fruits and vegetables from ..

prosent W. C. BassChalrman; E. E. place, never equaled by any other Florida to. Northern and Eastern NEW THINGS

Brown, and W. W Chandler, also W like remedy. It la a sure cure for I high.poIDt..re unjust and unreasonably. We carry the largest and he '

-J I. S4ars'Supt.,.. Coughs, Colds, bronchitis, Influenzaand They claim that they are unable to most varied'stoclcof' our line Cd atld Dot ..

Minutes of last regular ttesslon read mother all should Pulmonary disease. with fairly compete with shipments ''of in town. For
keep this
supplied fruits and vegetables from the Wes '
and approved. wonderful cough medicine. Sold We carry none but the
Indies and ask the -
by sea, they commission New'Standard'asbion
Mrs. Marian GlU eIt. County Treasurer Koberson's. Pharmacy. I to IIx maximum rates on such freshest and purest of drugs -

reported as follows: More Popular n'fYer.. shipments that shall.. fair1 alike to at.'all times. .

Klisimmee, Fla., June'2U, 1007. the railroads and to the shippers

To the HononbU Bc.nI9t Public Instruction..In With an ignorance as dense as Your prescriptions are filled

.a and for Oactola County;,: Egyptian darkness a letter writer. some The Danger'' of Food. uAd lteration. by a Graduate In Pharmacy : Sheet Men's

I, herewith tender my report. as time since cu..ed. the de. besides five years'actual ex-' a
Treasurer of Osceola County.for the' cadence of baseball as a national The time has come when every housekeeper perience. IMI _. -

month ot'June, A. D. 1907. port. lIe predicted its gradual decline who regards the health of herfamily
'' until the of the must know where she stands on Doesn't this mean
OBNUAU SCHOOL. ruNo. supremacy something 8 ITS.'A BEAUTY e '
'To balance from lot ... ..t I'M\ K diamond pastime has waned and It is food adulteration.' Scientific know)- ? Women'sChildren's r.
To amt raoolvod trornTu4ol.etor l ,--.. a dim reflex of its present. greatness.. edP'IInd unscrunulous Breed have
\ JdlM ,fromTiz..Coll.rior.*. ..* ffVA e6Amtni.sd I Decadence 'of baseball, forsooth. I joined hands to pollute human food We carry sufficient'help to
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..'. polUToamtrooJfVora'W 11& CIO I Also, .gadzooks. As long as the for the sake of money making.To! deliver your packages withina It illustrates the roort :
J&iu .aw'boDkal 1* heart of understand the situation, its extent
W healthy young American pulsates feW "
and bubbles aud swells to the and dangers, U. Is the right; and the moments after the pur- .. up-to.datestyleio and(f

'By paid_arr nbl M D.r Ii.G.; .... ... .j 919 ell 71 tS bursting point with the joy of living, duty of every intelligent housekeeper.To chase. This is'not, idle that :" .-11 I
just so long will baseball hold the this end, an analytical chemist, boasting*, but we want a way WIll
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Balane.u> ., 1 Y >OL BUS-OUT.HO.t.TobalanoalMtnpart. Other forms of snort attract his adulterated foods and a lecturerof you. .
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....'.... .... ... : ,$ lit W but. hasgranted tan please.. Wear' '
Fancy, there is none to. grasp his housewives, Dr. J C. Olsen,
; To amtnc'dfmm TszCol........... .. 011t' ,
'1 youthful enthusiasm and hold it as an interview' h. representative ,
111" firmly; as the vigorous and voci of The" New. Idea Woman'a : :-- --
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By paM warrant a DOT Ikt.i OIl ferous game of baseball. Magazine which appears in the '.,

1IaIa_ h/ ;.,.... .. .'. ... ....t toe N6 The game was never so popular August issue lie explains the existing Kissimmee Drug Co.
SCUM*...-Dw1'.NO.S. throughout the country as at this coodlLlons,,Indicate. their peril
STANDARD.AT
To balanatrtr.port.. ................ .f IT INTo time. An army greater than marched and giver nome valuable Information Klsslmtnee(
wnt rac'd from TM Col.. ..... 4'G with Sherman through Georgia to the on the detection of impurities' in.food. Fla : .
sea, or with Napolean to Mottcovr goes t ,' I ,n,Utn.l'K' r 0 .*. : .

By paid wurmnU.*.....(Ut............. t$51430.r 6T M out from American homes, each yat- Schools;to( ..Open.Hupt. .' - --- PATTERNS '
... -- urdav afternoon to da noisy battle on f '
1.Iano... ... ......... ..,. .. tM dusty gamegronnds. It is a health \V.. J. Se....' Informs the' KATZ'S M
CHOOI,SUB-OUT.NO.4. giving contest, in which sturdy youngsters Valley Gazette that the following I t8c..lSc NODe'Higher ,
r Tohalaaoilaitropnrt.. ..:.... ... '.. .. ..'f 156 MToamtrae'dfroraTtxCol are made sturdier lungs grow county will open'' for the fall 1w 1-
... ..,.. ... 16880By leathery and lithe limbs build up term the first Monday In August: -

w t 532411. muscles of steel. The husky enthu- Asbton, No. 2: Shingle Creek, No.

.. ........ 3 Campbell, 4 ,Center Park, No.
1, paid wtrrkfiU u Sae Itat': le 9T slam of youth finds respondent echo I ; ; ..
1 : in the tumultous cheers of older fans 7' Finny. Point\ No.9; Narcoosaee,

. who watch their paid favorites cavorton NOr 1?: Whittier, No. 13; Bull,, Creek. M e" NNNNNgrItN1M1Hy - '. i
STAT AID run D. No.15 Klsslmroee colored school, b1tiN
T*baUara IM rwortBy ...... .. .. .8. 411& 6ei the'nicely leveled' grounds In the. No. 20; Ullliard's' Island, No. '23 -
, large cities.In ; ;
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paid vwrnuiU u POT
the cities and ullages of the BaslngervNo.; Clarks, No. 4\\#.'

h sal.nes .. .. .. .... .s _lIMO wMRJUMARJAS country the youth of the land are Sunny South Stables

County.GILBRUT Ti__. turning out In greaer numbers thisyear I Notice. n ,..
than ever before to demonstrate
I bMwwIlh Ion tor rn?report...|Tr" uur:ofOtnaola
Count fur tb. month of clay.IA. pi their powers: with,the willowy wagon The funeral of the late A. E. Bear.den .
19V7I will be held from the Presbyterian INGRAM & .GILBERT,, Proprietors,
W 01..0"1. alv.vl "''ita. Baseball Is a clean sport and it church tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon

p ToSolane.Me vs Ot...................1>>U7 12 helps to keep the heart young. Ip a at 3:30 p: m.
10.'.'rood from t omptrutI.r 1 pam world in which the heart too often All friends of the family are Invitedto

To........II he'd iron.'Ita.imm.e 'City. In 01 grows old and weary before its time be present LIVERV.SALE and ARDItQ\a{ \, :.=:

aohNl.r . x any sport that. wards off encirclingcare '4 I .
rooti from -r Vow 1905 : = will die. .e '
J .I s., $reo' frog: :%., poll, 1900 The decadence never of baseball. has .been Notice. __ ....,, .103 :
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,- r-j ST* .,MS19 SBr dwelt. upon by writers In the years All parties having cattle In my Paint a t Paper '
paid w.rrsOIa a. per:1hL.: . ait MBaUooe gone by and their "blanket: of sod Is pasture known as Mill Slough pasture Well'equipped :with New.Stock .and "Vehicles' ld.

.. .. ...... .. . ... I WBOKIOI. the carpet" of the shouting youngAmericans are hereby requested. too remove Improve and"protect your bouse. prepared to xll.eetall: demands with Perfect:Satis-i 1
to whom life is an exciting them by June 25th. '" .
.BUB-OOT. ..2.To I will be pleased to. bring my' 1907 faction. '
b..baJlIr.IIMI, in which each'. and 25-2t' HENRY SILAS
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balanoo from l sample books to 70Ur.bOIll8 and ,
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To ami no'd from .. every one of them strives to be the
In the latest --
make suggestions
pitcher.If .. any
I SUS1Br Bananas for Sale.Jl decorations that desire. c
: you may

i i paid warrants M per Urt ... .. .N along some about, benefactor now with. a should real team come be } have abet forty bunches''' of ,er's4. Drop. me a card and I will cheer I ; . *_HEAVY HAULING: .A,.. rECIALTY! :... .. .:

a.1.ea............I./ t M '. fully furnish estimates on papei1and
_ .. could eve wake: 'up the sordid and class bananas which I offer, for sale *WWVVW V
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painting : ; j : ; . .
i .. ..oO.O..DIIt'.IOO.L. :.,. half-sleeping Palatks' and the present at 10 15 and 20 cents' per dozen or / "
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, 7'I. To'TO'IaDMrft1'Of amt 00e'4 from Tn Ool...4x301906' ..,.7JL as 7Sra much long summer in the way season of exblllratlngenjoy would bold out WO cents per bunchDOMINO'ROTUNOO.Wanted. I qEO E 1.ORLANDO. BA I{EIS BUDDED TRESS !

r. 1 11M meat to. a lot of of us, who, In its absence ' --- ,,
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per . !
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: > paid warraou M are in real danger of going to .
.' D01.000..5 17. seed.-Palatka News. FLORIDA

SCHOOL_OS-DI T.HO.4.Tft Live Sandhill Cranes, Otters, Wood 'IsJsworth Nurserfes;
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balance from lant report.->.-.I :49S fir The 9m He Ducks and Big Fox Squirrels.:. High :
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. :. ,To. we'd from In Col.. M...,IMS.. II 04 DR. WEEDOH'I ... . . .
That won't come off on ba. prices paid. Dr.Cecil French; Natu- l LESLIE W.-;; ', ." .
, ,! '..'..";" ""' '.':" ":'." \{: appears .
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!I' .'4,J!.pol4" ." .rra.,, "< I i" ; great worm ', '
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f 1. SpecialstEveNose :. .
f' Ear"
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\ medicine. not that. : .
R 1M. Why keep smile .
n r" F a.. ';.':.;., e ir'.e.i; : ."" . ' :
Oil' face. .-/ We will have r+ dy for next Fall'and ,
arata AID see D.I baby' If you keep this For Sale. Throat. } Winter plantu-ur a general .
and ..
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.. . medicine on hand will assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree
J Tobslano.from ...report., .I tOO 18t. you never of all leaSlng varie-;
Bypal4.arro..perUot.. ...,.... 11& see anything else but smiles- on his Fifteen acres of: 'land with good ties. Our tree are budded,on good, healthy l'OuabLemoo\ and

1 BalaDoe ..a..t -* .,., ..1 46010 face. ''Mi.- 8-i-BlackweUT; Okla., five room house, furnished... Three Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pee... of I&n71dD4.'
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All budded
.f OILBEBF.. writes: miles from town at. railroad station. from bearing trees fa oar grove and therefore true to
' MR. MARIA Oountr.Troaaiarer. "sly baby was peevish and fretful. : Price $550.00 easy termav, Privates Hospital, American', National name.. Our facilities for growing; nursery stock 'are""second to, I
Would,not eat and I feared he t would Jr M. WILSON JR. : and oar trees fine as money andtwentv,
warrantswere lance year's
cancelled '
and Bank. Building.-Tampa, aWe expert .
The burned paid In session. die. I used a bottle of White's Cream .. -r. _.,. ? can produce. are making a specialty this season of the n if.'

open -- Vermifuge and he has not had a sick The 'County Commissioners, at Florida. . ,. famous California Valencia Late. which u dssttoed1 to. become the.
'. Your Liv.r day since byld by Uobers'on's Phar their meeting on the first Monday, greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds 'come' di, (( ."

1 Is out of order. You go to. bed 'In macy.. authorized the clerk of the court to f, "':" YJT ,.root from thebest the best Valenclas bearing in trees in the district now famous_ for- producing ->; 1,

a bad humor and get up with a bad purchase a handsome steel cabinet to California.:

taste in your mouth. You want some The Cow uisaituN be used for filing important paper la Write for Prices to'J.W. '
HOARD
j 'thing to. stimulate lour liver. Just Hold his office.xTbe purchase of the cabinet Gotha. Fla., or call and see..our NI 'i
I know .
try Herblne, the liver regulator.. A say: "Whoever on, now wrote that you caption want to, was made Dece..ari because ol W..L.. W INN, ._ series at Waco on Florida Midland R: R. r. .
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positive cure for Constipation Dyspepsia hasn't the accumulation of valuable records, .
man or woman got a cow to 1t''O&AN AI.neCROarow, -
I and all llvercomplalnt Mrs. milk." But you are mistaken. The: which on account of the crowded condition : Y
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F.- ''.. Worth; Texas writes: writer has just. as much interest In the I of the vault and other cabinets .-..-...-- Nee r"1 t
UerblDe family had to be around in the
"Uave used In my keeping of cows as one ttrstclass piled .,
cow .....roots .... w
for years. Word can't express what can give. But, he is not blind to the office anywhere and were liable to be "
f Ithlnlcabout It Everybody in my fact. that the way this thing is usually lost. The price of the cabinet selected R. S. Floyd & ,Co.'i ;
\ is about 1300 and it is estimated .
household are happy and wel, and we managed/ keeping of cows In Kis JK. J. SIMPSON i ,
owe it to Uerbine. Sold by Upber- slmmee Is a positive nuisance. that 1t"wlll accommodate all the : .
on's Pharmacy. '1 records for the next. ten years.In DENTIST. ;
. Somebody has said that Klssimmee t.
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means "Cow Peas." The writer Is '
Custis.Kisslmmee the Nick Regero case* whereto Office over Osceola Pharmacy. .,
r Rangers V$, not sufficiently "up"In Indian lore to GROCERS .
he convicted the last of
was at term
f t baseball enthusiastswere determine the name this may question.have meant But originally whatever the county court, of violating the prohibition OmcBHooBsV. \ fc&SilgoSS: : ;, -- .
law and fined S250. The
J treated to two good exhibitionsof it is not very. far from the truth Telephone No. 70 Jun o. lrr( ''
''i the' national game Wednesday In the implied aignlticatibn. Now if Judge has remitted one half the floe NEW,FIRM NEW GOODS

F when the Hangers won a couple of every family keep a cow, or even two during the defendants good behavior, _.
J games from the Eustli team, ooeandd of them, and penned them at night It and the other half of the fine and the T M. RIVERS. M. U.Phrslcleu ,-
the morn log by a score of 8 to would be all right; but with the exception costs have been paid ar4Surgeor.Offloe .
II the evening game by 4 to 2. of.two or three persons; thisis Full Line of'High Grade Fresh'
j The Kustla boys' had on the previous not done. And even if the cattle InJVan; Duzor Building. Family, and Fancy Groceries '

1 day defeated Orlando, the core turned. loose on the streets were toUch Osceola PHONES attlc4J48 *..1.. but when they went DELIVERYPricesltight ."
standing 3 to 2, cows only, there would be less room County ,
f f. up against the Humors they found for complaint. But, as everybody .......,

things were somewhat different. knows, they are all sorts, sixes and .
" In the morning game Uogero descriptions-and.so many of them. Abstract CompanyS..H. -a..rtk REVIVO Klailmmce "
pitched for the locsli, while kpps; In some places they congregate .in ; Fla.c. ..

\ twirled for the visitors, who took. such numbers, that there is everything .. RESTORES VITALITY
the lead at the beginning with a that pertain to regular country cow. ?9s aalr tt9"11r'1Fiw Yr R' rirrM' "o, t, ".
i' couple of runs on errors. In the pen except the pen., And'It would be BULLOCK.IMANAOER.! "Male'a

,I' {. !third the Rangers put four men no worse to walk through a regularcow .
across the plate, and later got two pen than to. walk along a great .... WtllllHlly "'
I more runs. many'of our streets. Can not some- Real estateTitles '
., In the afternoon game both teams thin be done to. abate this nuisance? examined and reportedtpn If Ne;

.. were on their mettle and the score A CITIZEN. 'Taxes paid for non-residents] Q.P-&."1" .....1 .'a.; 'CA SON' JoN M. L..., '......
was sufficiently close too> keep the Instruments. relatinRto real estate. 3Rm'P&,-O P"-3flYrMww Pnddgf. .............t. C ARSON. .
fans on the anxious seat.. Gilbert All The World carefully drawn'Coliespoadeace . ...re.wlr Se so.. .. It sets c.erl.aState'
: was In the box for the Rangers while Knows that Ballard's snow LinIment ......rI1a\lJ'sad. Ukly.Cores when otk.rstell, Baiaofd
Yesae mN...reset.ta.lr lest mssieod.... KlsslmitieeKissimmee /
' 1 Windham occupied the some phi itlor has no superior for Rheumatism, Solicited..
! eI4 m-:y rvoonr ik.I. y*tlUul vitae by:
1 good Stiff joints, Cuts Sprains, Lumbagoand .....
for Eustls. There were. many; aelaf It tlekly and gully nIXM ,
I plays on both sides but the Rangers all pains. ..Buy lt,'try; it and, you Jaalss-lyr -. ttollty. es.e"I ,: ;Ptm., ,
weskese.sock sslost P..r. lY.msey,
I were too much for the visitors. will always use it. Any body who wwtiaN isle.s.d sg.em of '-- ,v
sbw sr5x0..5
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def.anddbeeing compelled. bal used Ballard's: Snow Liniment I.a Is 0D4 tadi.entba.wklok. ..... ss.4ae .. iDtit> cAPIT&: ...._... ..,..."t.; .. ; : yr
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Euli boys lying proof of what. it' does. 'All !
1 s504CCiuSs..bosIasores5e5
remain over till Thursday on account we ask: of you Is to get'a trial bottle YWKBDl S t yer..tW tln.tSb.5.... ..... ......-. .dIw avocKBotwuis t1ARIL1IT..r.L.. ....'? .0 one soNr0B1T
.of a railroad arranged Price 23o, 60o and $1.00. Sold. by 5.5ktkew.__......eloeelle....noO .. MCuItIn.......ai_...,.. 'i.o 0000, 4
l for another wreckwith may' Rangers, Ro "'OIl'. Pharmacy.. ....;-- ---a..-sfse *..flJ r > 0 ii0' .

, wl'lob was played Thursday,,morning., ..flYuL.raar... rrt..r. ..et...r.' _It stsssiwKI..Vttlri.oa.N Nrrl.d. U__>.ock...t. By 'PrMrt. ar4. Gmmtnt AttMtiesi Civ**' t. Wli :'mm r. ,.
": ,Goinj,Otrt of.Business. mows,.. wan uw.MM L....,4 ......e1'" Psr..........ar SIX for e6Ae. wi ..t... t., ... Ezchar=.q.g.. .t sipofata at.ohespgst 1
The Street Commissioners\ fivofroaMTteoaatdcovaMlMall.wltka wa K rat-. .
t ''advantage of .PW* n* rata For the next: thirty{ days my..entire. wr.ra. = ,r.wwwNITt. ... Ctramlara fro*. ...= : \YOUR BV61NHS oUCITBt .
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taking .
'" to Improve the condition of the stock of Dry Goods, Shoes,' Notions wureaae0. w von.u. Brat HKWCMI C... ..... ......cw.: ...to : ..

streets by putting down1 the .Clay as Etc.,,will be sold.at COST for CASH.w For sale In Elssie ueee, Fl..,. by the. .
x they have. on hand.. ' -< .' $. SMITH. For Sale Bv Osceola Pharmacy. Klsslmmee Drug Co., druggists.. .' :- v91 e
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so I went ,In for a reutnre with: man 'M0B'RUNS AMUCK .. .

MAIWA'S REVENGE who, help of speculative mind had a

conceived the Idea of ru lull II g a store i ;

\ (it rretoila upon strictly cash)( ,prlDelU' j 1 1I
Doings inFiorida'E
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The, arransemont\ wns that I should .

t ALLAN QUATERMAIN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE find tilt capital and ho the expertcnoe. Roanoke, Va. ,. Smashed.

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Our partnership' not of along
? Bonds Not In Demand
Banker Brown Arrested.
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By .H. RIDER IIAGGARb. The Boer rl'\lI4'11.to pay 'tlbUet FIVE CENTS STARTED ROW The people of Miami were shocked t The opening at Pensacola bids for

d atwr tt.l...site;'t Stay Eoloaoa'e'Minee," Etc. .r" 'iii' t nt tile eud of four unonllls my partner Lied grieved When It was announced the $260,000 'Issue of Improvement

...... .. .. hind the capital and Iliad! the '1- Bank Examiner bonds of the city resulted in much disappointment -
."'''''''''''''''''I' 2=,'='2 . '' ,. .. .,. ;. ... .A. "' expel that United States
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+----r-----: -.. -. :"_-'-zs" .. _. _.__._ . ._.t... . . 'lIl'e f'< While Riot Was In Progress Mayorand McDonald had ordered the arrest of as there was only one bid
.. After thlii 1 cants to the conclusion Other City Officials Were William M. Brown president of the and' that from a citizen who offered

4 cuArTEr I. nearly; over him nndtlying very high that utorokepplus/ was not lu my line, Fort Dallas National bank. AIr Brown $93.000 for $100,000 of' the bonds; A

nose .1'rUKTI. ,,,' straight flown the' *111d. n hundred! Paid linvlmr ,four .hundred pounds- left Stoned-Greeks Will Appeal was taken before United States Commissioner Cincinnati banking firm had sent! In a
feet up or ,more, I should sny; I sent my l boy Barry to school' in to. Their Government
Nlh day Allen Quntermntu but this wan
the
homo I !sin him Rlauco; nt It ft8"lIe openedhis Natal; cud buying an outfit with what Rand where he waived a bid for entire Issue
mid I were
{ walking JlU'II, threw out.tbe'right cartridge. remained, of the money started upon a preliminary hearing and was put under withdrawn by the bidders The offer
((8:] together ou the termination Roanoke Va., was quiet Sunday after
of n e1/1,.'. shooting F FIle and slipped !lit another, turning round tiff
lind about two thousand as he did '0. This time' I determined to po farthernflold before the United States court | the First Nations bank, for a portion ,

acres of I,looUugG fly this time the cock: wns.ncnrly than/ .1 lind ever 'beNt'' before so night, when a mob'wrecked nine Greek at Jacksonville Mr.; Brown's friends of .the bonds has not' been accepted J

; In'Outld'roulul the place be bought la fifty yards away from ,Ulan and ti'fl'vol-: I Rot n p.tsfljce: for n few pounds in a rellauruta, three Greek shoe shine came to his fescue yid had the bond I by 'reason of the fad that tbe first 4:
Juj like flash, trading brig that rail between Durbuu parlors> and two Syrian shops The '
n
Yorkshire over n hundred of 1 vthlcbIWWe ; ; bteu several times $10,000' would 'issue of 'the bonds sold several months
Uflliiff bin guilt hn fired,! lifter It, nnd. and [)lOln uII ltny.Front . riot waa caused by a dispute about \ and
wood.
have been furnished without trouble. since brought a premium, evenwith \
It was.tile I'Cconclf'lIr of 'bin ocC'1'lI"Uou wonderful a4. the shot. "'I18."klllld It Delasoa Pay I jnarcbetl In- G cents between a Greek' employed
dead land The many friend. of Mr Brown In tho money market In Ha presentcondttlou
of lti. estate, md nireudybe Dccomiiniiled I I by twenty porter, the Belmont Greek restaurant oil Salem
bond "A. tearing gust of: wind cnught the vnii the' uira 01 striking! up.norm toward Miami 11'11not\ believe\ that he lu any it was anticipated that.4 1-2
Melt; \ feared a very fair of pheasantfo0 and who
\ be was nn all-around sportsman. rfe.id': bird nnd blew It"Debt sway ,like the Limpopo and keeping jmrnJ- avenue, an American way Intended to defraud the depositors per emit, thirty-year bonds, approved :e "

,, and as fond .of shooting with a A leaf torn from an oak, so that i It t lei to, but at.o, illstiiuco! : of about 'ono! vent there to""bujr a wrecked' Mr Brown has lived In the community by tho most prcwnlnentof bond attorneys t'
.
fchotgun K" with an clsfit-bore alfle. <' tell n hundred and thirty. yards off or hundred and fifty milt from,. the! .Nine places were on Salem from the earliest days of :Miami and corI fled to by the United

>V"e were. tbr'ee gtuiB' that ( ay. Sir more const, avenue, three on Jefferson'street, acd through his liberality and States Mortgage and Trust Company '
I
"I say Oiinlfrmnlii.V I said to 1.1.Im For the first twenty day of our ; one on-Nelson street and one on Kail-
fiClnl'1 Curtis! old and
Quateri'Jaln, my- great-bcartedness: be has helped many vf New York, would at hut be takenat
.elf, but Sir Henry laid to leave JitIlio when\ the beaters were up,, "do you Journey we suffered a good drill front road avenue. Five men have been arrested '
over the rough places and In doing The motley to bo derived ,:
often do tills of } par
sort thing fever-lhdt Is did..for I think
my men
"t mUldln of the afternoon order and lodged la Jail and one of 4
"Well! ," he Answered with R'' drysmile ; that t I am feverproof.Alco this heOia made frlejdj who will not from the aide of these! bonds was lu
|o meet lil* agent Ami Inspect an out. them haa been released on $250 ball
lylnff fariu "where new tbed was "Ill last' time I liad. to hand I was hard put to It to keep. tbl'4'nmll desert him ..In'thl hour of need. It Is huve, been uuod In the purchase cf a. _.
for his at the bearing of
nvanted.He three shots, as quickly as that was at In meat for nlllioiigh the C'OUII'tr3' appearance confidently expected that there will waterworks plant, street paving and.

was, hewever, coining back to rather larger! gamp. 7 proved to be ver.r sparsely populated the case in tho pollee court next Thurd- be a way out of the difficulty and that I additional sewcragu.It Is probable 'il

Aluiier,...uJ| going to bring (tnplalnfljood % kIt'' was at elephants!. there wag Init little game nbout. day. None of the Greeks are under arrest the Fort Dallas National wIll 'soon be' that tho cly: will wait until the preuent <
1 killed them all three nil dead M I Indeed, during all Hint lime I hardly .
<< with 'him for Brnyley Hall was doling business again. To nay that Mr.Hrqvn closeness! In them ouey market pa ues. :
killed' those woodcocks. but it very; killed 'anything larger than all of the 'wrecked the
"snot more than two miles from the ? a waterbuck At places has r'" i
the sympathy of the en- and then advertise tho \bonds for sale,
Grange. L n'lIrly'ent the other vay1, I can tell and water-buck Is I as ;you know, proprietors set to work Sunday' morning
l
you. not very npDPtlxiutr food. tIre community Is but feebly expressIng though, tho local offer may be accepted.Iu : .
We bad met with Tory fair port\ cleaning out the debris BO as to
,ifonilderlug tbat we were only. going "I mean they very nenrJy: killed m..." On tlio i twentieth 11ft,.. however, wocirae be to resume business. TheGreeks the real conditions locally, no one order that the street )paving may bu J: I
ready
,Through outlying rovers for cock. Just at that moment the keeper came to the banks.of n largish river; have counsel to look baa lost faith in his integrity and honesty commenced. The purchase ofhr ::

I I think that we bad killed twenty- up."Did the Cioiiooion it was onlloJ.TliU employed Waterworks plant may also be urR'rv.il' 1 tf

.e\"fu. woodcock, nnd a leash of part. yon happen to get one of them 1 crossed! IIn' then struck Inland after their Interests, and Have called by giving bonds at par, In>>tad ot the i" f *
there cock, fir?" he aid! with the !the attention of the Crock consulate
toward
i-ldges! ., which we had cot out of a igront\ range/ of mountain Given Twenty-Year Sentence. cash '
air {ItI.. man who dhl not In the least In this to the affair
9 driven ovey. n continuation! n* I believe, of country Judge Horace Gordon, in the county iRank .
Oil oar 'vray home theta lay a )long, expect nn answer in !tie nfllriuirtlvc. tbe Pi-akeiibprjr range: that skirts the While the disturbance wuj In progress .
criminal! court at Tampa, gave a negro .
Harrow uplnuy which was avery fa h"'cll. yes, Jfffiics," answered. Qua- const of Natal, the 1)1 ue- crests of which Mayor Joel H. Cutcbln, who was Fraud Exposed .
(( of Plant named Bd:: Gadsdcn i itwent'ear ( J.I J.
te-rmaill. City, a The following Kttcr received la
wo CQiikl see lying, on the dlsUmt
fvorlte: "lie" for woodcock) and goner- In the street bogging the crowds to }
cUr held a pheasant or two 81 well. "Tou will find one! of them by the heavens liken tlha<.!o\,'. sentence for attempted assault eyIfrsud Wcdl from Oklahoma expose a f-J:'
disperse, was struck on tho legs and I
I "VTelJ, 'what do you say! said old bedtte'and nllotlll.'r'ablllt!; fifty :yards ].'ran this main range n great spur upon a little g-ycar-old l girl' that lit !being perpetrated on the :',,1

.'"JitattruiDln-"*h Uwe beat tlJrouoh:: out by the pow: there to tin left"The shot out tome 11 fly miles or BO toward severely bruised by rocks thrown by namedIurl.hy.; Tbe evidence! showed !I people of that state: U i\ uPerkin

Ibis for a finish_' keeper! bad turned .t sro. looking: flu! coast; ending abruptly in one tremendous unknown parties. FlyIng stones also that-Gadeden, hud enticed the chllj lIc.;. i I ,' Okla., June :21! 1907 1te-1 "
I little astonished when Quutcruialn struck Police Justice J. R. llryun' Police 1"
I assented and be railed to the penk.Thill ; al t
keeper hind the counter pf his fish market at' corder of Deed, Key West, Fla. Sir I (
who called him back spur I Uncovered) the Sergeant Overstreet and Police.man
fpparated
was following with a little
Plant City and after eating her to :I Please let me know If there la a lit:- I ..
,knot of beaters and told btu to beat Stop a bit. Jeffrlcs"Jie! IIRII1. territories of two chiefs named Nnlnami :Manning King and Evana, and :
tie tplniiy. "You see that pollard about one hundred "'lIl11bp."lIlI1br'l'I' territory beingto Chief Engineer: John Waggoner of tile Ice cream attempted to commit a crime I I juvolent Colored Association owning \'

"Very well, sir," answered the man; and forty yards Clt.t' the north and X'oll'110.: the contl Central *ftro department Waggoner(! Is 'heba8! fortunately! prevented from 1.i! town site land lu your city that you .b

"but It's getting wonderful dark, oud" "Well, tbere,: should be another woodcock Nnln ruled n tribe of bastard Zulu fear of detection through the Hcrecnis bate recorded the prtkldint: of the nufcoclatlon l,
now on crutches. The fire department f
.the wind's rising a gale down In a line with it, about called time Hutlllnlt.lll1dolUb... a much cf the girt Gadsden; told a most lame l.i Rube I. Stewart, and 11. :

*It will take you all yxmr time to llxtv: pares out In the field.! larger tribe called the MntuUu. which I' was called out to throw water on the and contradictory story ou the witness P. Hubbard, vecrdary. lie Is selling ,

bit: a' woodcock.; It the aptnny bolds "Well, if tUat bennt the very smartest presented marked Basulu characteristic (crowd and when the hose was unwound stand, and the jury was not long in lou to people Oklahoma, claiming ., i
"1M'.* bit nf shooting," murmured Jeffries, there were cries: of "cut the !:
blinking In a verdict of guilty: i i I that the lota are In Key West, F14,. ,.'
and )
departed.! "
"Ton above its the woodcock, Jeffrl For Inntnr.ee. they had: doors and hose" and hoot him. .
..** answered Quatermsln. quickly, After that we went borne, and In due! verandas to their huts worked skins j The :mayor ordered the police to Judge Gordon at first gave him a sentence '.. which we believe to be! a fraud, etc. ,. r

for tie never liked being crossed In any.thing course Sir Henry Curtis and Cnptalu perfectly, and wore a "'lIillc1otb.! and guard the hardware stores to preventthe of ten yours, but finding, on fur. Your hasty reply.Fraternally.'G.! . -t:

to-do :withsport "and TV* will Good turned up to dinner the not n mooch. mob ther investigation.. the maximum S. HERMAN, M D.
from raiding- those places In
look sifter shooting them." latter In the tightest and most ornamental Tbe Butitiim were more or less subject pciialt>llo\\'tU by the statute for the There !Is no record at the county .1 I II i
". search of firearms. The larger restan-
The man turned and went rather. dress suit ,1 ever saw. to the :Mntului having been ""I'. offeneeAvas, twenty years, gate him I court house showing the ownershipof '

sulkily., I remember that the waistcoat was priced. by them Paine twenty years before ran to, which were elaborately furnish the limit. 'r plot of land by such an associa ', .
any
tl, beard him say another ieepert adorned with five pink coral buttons and mercilessly slaughtered ed with mirrors had their Interiors tion. t

pretty good, the master I.. I'm It was a very pleasant dinner. don'n.Tbo. demolished. The only Greek places/ not The Tampa Jury of inquest over I ," !I
I
not saying he- isn't, bar,If he kills a J'Old Quatermalu was in excellent tribe WitS however, now J't'coTt'r..1 wrecked were two large, confectionerystores -

,:
Dutchman! -. of his triumph over .the Vloubt- not love the Matuku. !the business down with a sand bag decided that It I at Key West, \V II. Bee-hler baa

1 think that Qnatermaia heard him loa Jeffrie Well I beard as t went along! that United restaurant States District was that of Fred Bancroft the boat. received an official" letter from the ; ,

tea, though lie said nothing. good too was foil of anecdotes.lie elephants vtereery plentiful In tbe Attorney man missing from thv cl.y for several secretary of the navy. Informing. him .
Thomas L. Moore when raked if he
Tb wicd was risipg every minute.od told tit the iuost, mlrnculouir story dense forests that lay upon the slopes daj*. Tbe verdict was to the effect; that he has been promoted to the rank .: /

'. IT tile time the beat began It washlotring of how lie once went shooting: Ibex in and at the foot of the mountains that would take any action in the matter that Bancroft came to hIs death from j of commodore (with .relative!, tank of -
Wg gunsw Kashmir. bordered Wambe's territory. of the rioting, said,, that the case H
Intentional drowning. Bancroft's body t
I I stood at the right-hand I'OrDl'r"of These ,Ibex, according to Good lie Also I beard a very 111 report of thin. not covered by the federal statutes, found lookers brigadier general l 1n the army), r-,V t

the eptany. which<< curved round tome.wbat. stalked early and late .for four entire worthy himself, .who lived in a kraal as no conspiracy is charged. The procedure was near Point: about,,on the retired list This action' by the

aDd Oaatennain stood at the days. upon the side ot the inbuntaln which would be for the benefit of the a half: mile ftom town under th .ur- secretary was 'In reply to an official! .

left, some forty me.. At lait, on th*'morning of the fifth fac, ot' the water, ou haadi and knee, for \'olun.taryreUre afttrfortythree '
paces"from was no strongly!' fortified as to be practically offended Greeks to appeal to \their request ; i
government
to Presently an cock-pheasant'came day he succeeded In getting within Impregnable! ,' .. which 'would with, ,the waist encircled by a sandi years' service as an officer
then
to
vockeUng ever me, looking as tbougajHw range (It the flock which consisted of It was said that he was the most apply filled bag made from an old trouuerit In the navy; with a endltabefee: ;

feathers were all being blown out a magnificent: old ram; Kith horns !so creel 'hlet'ln this part of Africa and the United States for proper' protection ,leg tied at both ends. Testimony before ord and civil war cert-Ice othe'rwJIo8'

.f Ms tail. ; Ions tbat I am afraid to mention their that he had murdered in cold blood an t and the .Washington government the coroner's jury developed"'!the The ;
than cadet
i I missed him clean with the firstfiarrel. measure: and five or six female. entire party,of English: gentlemen who I would refer the matter to the govern. fact that Bancrof: had been drinking as a request was

and ;was never more pleased Good crawled upon hi*stomach, painfully some seven years' before bad gone Into ment of Virginia. James D. Johnston,. modified, and he was voluntarily\ retired "
heavily for some time and that he
{with myself In my Life than when I .taking shelter behind rocks,' till\ bin country to bunt elephant counsel for the Greeks made the following "waa under what la known as the personnel .

doubled him rp.wltb the second, forbe he- was within two hundred yards; They had aa old friend of mine with statement: In a very despondent condition; that law. The order also specifies! that

shot was not an easy one.' then h* drew a fine! bead. upon the old them as guide. John Every by name, "The Greeks have confidence In thesense he bad been separated from hU wife i' the commodore shall continue his

I III' the faint light I could just see rAm; and often bad I mourned over hits. untimely and was much worried over family present duties as commandant of the

iQuaterninla nodding his head in approTal :At this moment. however. a diversion death. of fairness Roanoke and justice of the troubles.A naval station and of the Seventh navAl

+ when through the groaning of occurred, All the same, Wambe or no TVarahc, people of and believe they district.

,the trees I heard the shoots. of the Some wandering native of the bills I determined to hunt elephant In his will be reimbursed for the damage Washington special says: The

beaters; _.;H' .iI appeared upon a distant mountain top. country. they have sustained/' Florida fruit
: "Cock forward." ,.', The females turned, and rushing over I never was afraid of native, and I In an official statement Mayor Joel growers bate at last succeeded \V.. C. Ward, and George Snare,..
f "Cock to the right" .*A ---'a rock In putting up to the Interstate ex-policemen of Pensocola! ) both of
-
a vanished
from Goo/S's ken. was not going! to show tb.o} white H. Cutchln says the "regretable occasion
I Then t'ame. whole volley of shoot! : But the old ram took a bolder course feather now. )i iI of Saturday night when nine commerce commission. In such shape whom fled from the city, about three
"\Vooac< Os to: the right: "Cock to In front of him stretched tbat that body will find difficulty to |months
a mighty am a bit of: a fatalist: ar you fellows Greek restaurants and three Greek ago to be captured later at
{ the left," ,"Cock orcr.", crevasse at least thirty feet In width ) know, so I came to the Conclusion dodge It, the broad question of whether i' Gulf port, were tried and convicted In
shoe shine
and
I, looked np. and presently caught 1Ie"' went at It -with a bound. that If It was fated that \\'ambn parlors one or two' length' of haul has anythlng"to do the criminal court Judge Beggs
sight. of ono of,the woodcocks coming While be was In midair Good fired should send me to join my old friend Syrian shops were attacked and\ wrecked with railroad rates. The Florida Fruit presiding ?

>'cowu'thew14 upon me.llke a flash.la .' mil killed him dead. John Every I should have to go, and by a mob of several hundred pea and Vegetable Shippers' Protective As- on two counts of being the I

that'dlm light I could not 'follow The ram turned a complete somer- there was an end cf it. ple, has brought the blush of shame proprietors of a gambling house', oed t
oclatlsn that
points out the
his movements 'alt" be 'clgzaiczed: I tault In space, and fell In such a fash :Meanwhile I meant to hunt elephantwith to every good citizen of Roanoke." railroads four for keeping a Illal'e.'whtre gam. l'

jtbrough. the naked tree'tops! ; lnd.e d, ion that Ills horns hooked themselves a peaceful heart. The mayor says the riot occurred charge 94c per 100 pounds to haul or- bUng ig allowed. The jury in the case'

f II could only see him when his wings upon a big projection of the opposite On tbe third day from the! date of soon after 'midnight, when the city anges from Florida to New York remained out only about ten mlnntes, t'

flitted up. cliffs.There. our sighting tb* great peak we found was In aemftiarknesa. the police force (1403 miles), while charging only wben a verdict of guilty on both counts 't ,
Now he was pasting me. he hung until GooJ, after along ourselves beneath: Its mighty shadow. $1.15 to haul the same things from Log was returned. I "
Bang, 'and a flick of the wIn;: ) and painful detour, gracefully sun following the course_ of the river of seven men scattered over the city Angeles (3,281) miles to New York.

I had misted him. >' dropped a lasso over him and fished which wound through the forests at without! any facility for concentratingthem .
I Banff again. "* 1 at the and that the three The board to fix the valuation: cf)
him scene
1 up. tbe base of the peat, we neared tbe Tbe Baptist state convention is to
Surely he was down .i This1rcoving tale' of wild adventurewas territory of the rf'doubtableam1Jco.. offlcera nearest the point of attack railroads, created by the last legislature :if
"* meet in Lake City July 24-25 !in extra
TJo; there he went to my left. received with undeserved. Incredulity This, however was not accomplished were unable to cope with the crowd. met in Tallahassee one day !the !4 hI

"Cock to you" I .shouted stepping without a certain!' difference of opinion to seebion.. for the purpose of ratifying I past week, representatives of all the !

It forward seas to get --Qnatermaln "''''ell." said. Coot!. "If you fellows between my bearers and myself for SENATOR BACON HARD HIT what the educational l board of that organization I Florida railroads, except the Florida ,r{.

,tween me and the faint angry light of 'won't believe! my story when I tell it when we reached the spot where Warn- has recently accomplishedIn railway being present. Valuation fixed
r the dying day", for I wanted to see If -a perfectly true mind bo's boundary securing the buildings and groundsof 71
i, story -perhaps was supposed to run the In Failure of Exchange Bank at Macon by the board Is practically tbe came! ..{!
lie:would "wipe my eye"I' ; one of you will Iye'UI a better: I'm bearers fat down and emphatically.re- the former state university for
knew him to he a wonderful shot Qa. -Lotcs 20000. at Jut year's assessment and was ;;'a; "
not particular It it Ja true or not fused to go a sten- farther their new Baptist university In
tout tb cock, would,, I thought. ; puszlefcltn And be lapsed Into a dignified silence. I sat down, ,too, and argued 'with I United States 'Senator A. O. Bacon for the meeting various preparation local accepted without protest by the ,(. ++

"Now. Quatermain." I them fatalistic railroad men. Tbe average valuation
said "don't putting -views before
my
was a heavy loser by the failure of the committees! have been at work making : : '
I saw him raise' his gun ever so little let Good beat you; lets bear bow :you them as well aa I was able. Is per $7.000 per mile, the highest In "
4 _nd bend forward and at that. moment killed Exchange bank at Macon Ga. arrangements for the big affair i i
those elephants :you were talking But I could. not persuade them to any case being, the Jacksonville Ter-

out flashed two'woodcocks into shout this evening just after you* shot. look at the matter In the same! light.;: It la said that Senator:: Bacon had for Lake City expects at least 500 delegates initial company valued at $12,000 ptA "to ,.Jt

+ tbe open, the one 1 had missed to his the woodcocks.." "At present," they said, ".thf'lrtlnl\ $20,000( worth of stock in this Institution to the convention.. mile. t 1"
'
right and the other to Ills left. """ell laid Qnatermaln. whole It .
dryly, find were ; they went into Wam- which he will
upon probablynever -
At the same time a fresh,shout arose with something like''a twinkle in his be'a country without his leave they Tbe Columbia County Sea Island t,
of realize a cent. It Is said aa a The monthly report of Hon. "
"Woodcock
W
over and looking down V. ;
brown eyes, "it is very hard tortnne would soon be like a water eaten leaf. Cotton Association met at the court
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e the pinny I saw .third bird high up 1 for a to have I ins matter of fact, that tile stockholders Knott, state treasurer filed with the '
man to follow on Good's 'It was very well for to say that house In Lake City last Saturday with i-
In the air being blown along''like, a spoor..* that would be fate. will be assessed on their stock in order governor, show balances in the '
f
1 brawn and,whirling\ ,le&f. straight. overQuatermaln'a '"Indeed, if,.U were' not for that running "Fate no doubt might be walking\ to pay obligation of the defunct a precuct large attendance being represented of members and every treasury to the credit of the several ,;(pI f ?;
much
* head. t giraffe which, as you will re about In Vfambe'a (country but while Institution.. tate and educational funds'at tbe
,And then followed the prettiest little member Curtis, wo say Good bowl. they stopped outside. they would not Interest manifested In the proceedings close of business June ,1ft.
,
; 30, 1907 of *
lilt of that .
shooting I .J
ever throughout ;
saws over with a Martini rifle at three hundred meet him. G04,101.36..' \; ,
S1 The bird to the right" was flying low yards, I should almost hare said "WenI: said to Gobo. my headman TRIAL OF LYNCHERS BEGUN. I:

' not ten yards 'from the' line of thehedgerow that this was 'impossible tale."_ "and what do :yon mean to doWe ?** A tiger meASuring feet, was killeda '

*.. and Quaterxnaln took him Here Good looked up with .an air of mean to go back to'the (coast Seventeen Men Arraigned In Court at few days ago at the head ot. Big I, ot'The contest for the position judge !.!

ant because he would become 'Jail Indignant Innocence, Macnmsuhn." be answered Inso Monroe North Carolina. Creek eighteen miles northeast of the federal court made vacant by .q

y J"1a1ble the soonest of any. However be went on. rising and lently.' The 'trial of John' Jones for lynching Lake City,,In Columbia county 'I the death of Judge Swayne, was-.made { ,.e

Indeed, nobody who,' had. not his lighting his pipe. "If you fellows like. > '"Do yo r X replied, for my bile..warstirred. John W./Johnston la Anson countya ot out by a more Interesting when It became .a
'. :Di" k'tcysa'conldbisre'wean, to shoot I -S party 'men hunting. Eight
will
; spin known
you a :yarn" that '
Senator
R. <;-
fWawV-; S e ,. e. e S "At any rate, Ir.'Cobo, :yon and one year ago. was begun IB the sU crtorCCIU'r1 shots were fired Into the animal before Senator James Mallory and
F"- But he saw. hlnj 'well enough to kill I at Monroe. (X MondayTbere It was killed and 'OM P, Tallaferro had en. m
,. was telling.one; of'.oa the ether or two others will'never get there. !doC killed dorsed
him dead aa a stone* /. night about those three lions and tow .--se.Iaeft. my' :rleD
r. 'Th. 1' turning .sharply 'he pulled on th* Lioness finished'my unfortunate e repeating rifle, and sat myself comfortably crime, but the case of Jones wee selected The party at last accounts,* Is huntIng democrat_for( the :position.:, Judge, ;

'the second: bird af'about, forty-five "toorlooper"-Jim: ';31m, the boy, whomwe I down resting my back against by'the solicitor.aVH\ Is understood for another,, tiger which U aupposwt Maxwell served for many. year aa ctr ;>t

cards and aver be went} burled In the breadbag. a tre.-- v- to be the plan td try each Of theprisoners to be 'In the vicinity. cuR Judge of the state and later a"ned'of t

"By chit tt.e the' *-'third*''..woodcock,waa Well after that Bttle experience I a.be.CODtIIaae4J, separately, Justice the" supreme court, i

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DEADLY, BACKS UP ORCHARD OF TEXAS '
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EXPLOSIONOccurs
BY BIC .
r Do "o1'suffer'! .
.
Witness Dewey, In Haywood Trial, Legislature f4ow Effec with severe

Makes a,Confession "to Help Along n In.Statute, Ja l Headaches, .
on Battleship Georgia
Georgia Created. .
.lu.tlo.-Two Arrest for Perjury.

' From Loose Puwder .' Pro :' when 1i"ea
Thursday nl ht'a
!
Sensation followed sensation quickly
of state law .parted by
In the Hay wood'trial at Boise when
EIGHT' MEN ARE KILLED VOTE went Into effect
the state commenced Its rebuttal evi .,
Texas.. The operation
dence. Shortly after court adjournedfor
Fourteen Were law practically:create*
More or Less
I S.rlou.lyInjured
the day: Information was sworn'
Several < the laws of the, state,
Accident
: Happened In& to 'and a warrant for perjury" issued Before ones la far
of new
One of the Turret During. Ina magistrate's court against Dr. L _"",. r,

'" Target Practice K McGee physician of 'Wallace passed by air legis Will Cure You
a '
.J. ? history, LAW* are .
'. Idaho who was one ot the witnessesfor The liver is the matn-eprlnpr for tho whole body. TV expect' .
seine arious ones
With eight of her officers and crew the defense. The very good health, one tausb keep the liver In good order. To do so,;

deadV-and fourteen: others! dyl g.or suffering following a tlerbino put yourheadaches.condition ;
of to 7 amend sot .
from terrible burns received in The crowded court rcom, somewhat 34 college to deal : it should be you "will 12
bored by legal: commonplace sprang hibition bill prohibiting Insolvent' I
;
an explosion of powder In the after POSITIVE CURE
'' to strained attention at the close of whatever dou doing business ; A ,

I superimposed turret .the battleship the afternoon session when William lighting making It .
hibition that ; CHILLS AND
1.
Georgia .teamed slowly up Boston FOR CONSTIPATION,
leeway witness for the state .In re ilijuor
a to drink on
harbor, from the target practice dispelled and FEVER BILIOUSNESS 'MALARIA
,
buttal, confessed to active, armed participation Issuing of free
;
grounds In Cape Cod bay l late Monday ,
destruction gave up the AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
In the of the *ot say sort; against ;
.afternoon, and landed the dead and Injured 3.
Bunker' Hill and Sullivan mills af of defeating ; a man to support '

: yard. With men at the the'arrival Charlestown of the Georgia navy Wardner' on AprlL.29, 1899 when two That the ; an eight-hour day Has Done A World Of Good. ,

men were killed and a mob of a thousand In favor: of and full train crew*; '
there became known,the details of the Mrs. 0. D. Philley, Marble Pall Texas writes "I haTe''
moat terrible naval catastrophe that men participated In the riot senate is' : ; school trustee; pro- used Herblne and find It the best liver correctly I have .Y r

taken Hafy Orchard commenced his seriesof opponent of ln r of barber and triad. It done my family a* well as myself a world of good,
has -
'place along the coast
':.. ever crimes at Wardner.. lie confessed to vocat .. companies to* In. and I recommend It to oil my. friends. 'I n0velr aUSet,SCO1fl I
.y of New England. ,
t.' lighting one of the fuses that ,started of the of their earnings in. ,headaches anymore.
The accident occurred shortly,before - BUY IT.
;;1 tho explosion and he swore that William question of last has practically. sue WILL.

noon, while the Oeorkla'screw were Ft; Davis; Known among his fellows and If from Texas.
at target practice off: Provlncotown even Snow .
Co.
as "Big Hill," led .the' mob sentatives I pistols are taxed! 50 per Ballard Liniment
Cape Cod bay. In some
as yet
manner Dewey; swore that not' only did "Big blft to earnings pn all their ST. LOUIS .MO..
St.
Second
bags N.
unexplained two of powder be 500-503 ,
Dill" accompany tho"mob, to Wardner, sition the houses exchanges '
came I Ignited, and In the-terrific flash f vm-ft ar aa fi amsaaaaaaaffac
but that he served out guns and ammunition counties :of ,, are closed as 'the jB l j jCTBnglnfH jlginrjBnsr nrrri i JL "
that fallowed the entire. turret crew '
to !the union men gathered In between wire service; and r
consisting of three officers and eigh and Recommended by
Sold
the union hall at Burke before they litical suicide required to furnish suf :
teen men, were enveloped In fire, and. '
went to Wardner, and was one of the for debate. The list shows but
For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE
.
received horrible burns one officer and ,
leaders of the column that advancedon Governor hundred laws passed.
'
five men dying before the ship reached ' .
,
the concentrator before the work advocate of laws a condition Is

port.Four of destruction commenced out in his parallel Provisions for ( ( 4 j
other men received minor Injuries ,
Eight year have now elapsed since stands' application makes ten i

? whose names were not given that day of rioting. From that time no bition bill while .!the law' Is :
t out, and who not taken off the
were
eyewitness except: Orchard has been sent ,to him thereby annulling all li E.IVmE: E'Ot1TE

ihlp. found to tell the story or incriminate pledge was making saloons sell ",
Those killed!
Good.
were Caspar
: himself until Dewey now a residentof 1 next1* ". '
Georgia at risk for the ten :
rich, lieutenant died at hospital after Goldfield Col. made his confes last STEAMER LILLIE: 8TRAMKR!: ROSE Di.J,

being .removed from ship; William F. Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson ,.Jr.t .
newed In writing ot liquor
pre
(,, Pair, ordinary seaman, also died at the .Ion.With eyes downcast and fingers nervously There can physicians la also made Regular weekly trip to Bassinger "-d return Roseads. leaves. Klsalss*'

:. naval hospital; William J. Thatcher picking the braiding around the from the wee Tuesday morning ,and arrive fllsslmmee Friday'ever4ing.

'; chief turret captain; Faulkner Gold. rim of a'gray sombrero, Dewey told ing voted Special Charter Trip to Lake Okeee'bee and Fort Myera oa the UDMh' .

thwalte, midshipman; W. J. Uurke, d.a. he requested Comfortable accommodation for paea>ger*. Rate .reasonable
it all. Repeatedly, was bition and "UNWRITTEN LAW
.
Haml1 on. W. II. Thomas, George E: with quick The most picturesque Waterway In Florida,,
to raise OiU voice and a -
Miller ordinary seamen. against the For. .Passenger' and Freight Rate apply to
glance at counsel, he replied only to almost Acquitted for Killing '
ity '
CLAY JOHNSON; SR.., Proprietor. '
The explosion occurred in the after
sink back Into a most Inaudible tone. defeat the Daughter and Sister., On board ""L111I." Klssimmee.Pie,
where the
turret men under com
Under the provocation of a sneering
mand of Lieutenant Caspar Goodrich, precious LaPlata, 'Md. In the .
cro -examlnatlon. by E. F. Richardson, fight. .
lion of Rear Goodrich commandant : and her eon. Hen
-
Admiral he rallied, and even became combative The /Neat Printing
of the New ,York navy yard, but throughout the recital he gave; other hand the murder' of Hu
Midshipmen Goldthwalte JohnT. had ruined the young
and
and
evidence of a ,certain remorse. and !
Cruse Were operating the olght-lncb Bowie,. under the *
Under the same cross-examination the state Creates a good impression; among: your

guns. __ he told"Xvby he had come to Boise to fervor. Whey rrlage. returned a ver- correspondents and helps to give your.I;
..' The guns In the forward turreta had Friday afternoon af I
this time after eight
confess at years business
In sight and prestige.
t c: finished eight rounds jot practice, and J) less than five minute ,
of silence
the guns of the after turret had fired "What promise of Immunity from be quest left un Sydney E., MutM, of We Do Neat Printing 'at( Reasonable Prices.;

one round. Two case., as the big 100- given before defense, In his address. .
was you
punishment you When the 'K4"0" ...
pound bags of powder are called had belief In, the -
decided to .make the, confession ofcrime ries were .'
just been sent through the! ammunition n"What .' Howie' or' her son

hoist and were In the arms of lie Induced to make this spectators! that, under, the cir j
you that ,' a
) loader, whose name was withheld by should not be held The
./ statement now, after all these )'eaI'llT"'Vere Ing and or legally for
the ship's officers.
some of Richardson's ques 'threats
of ,
The ,loader stood at the breach of. : the tragedy.' Touching '
lions galleries In oh the Sun
one of the eight-inch guns, ready to "None" was the laconic replyto the law,'Congressman. Mudd Spots .. ,
Instant Those } _._ ... .. ... .f." ." , H "
the .,
insert the charge. At this first two questions, but to the last the ))1. ... .
to be and two vote.were ? ",la .this, land,'.ot ,oura , '" *" *, i"*1 &), d/if..If.,. "\\I ."'. .\.
turret .was" seen smoky witness t saldL"IreadOrchard'gcon"feesion : ;;, fourth ) f .' ',''.' ,' ','''r''H' .- \It' ' '' I't'1\( r', ,
I and the of the .,
the nursery '
men: who stood near loader saw ." : <: '.
.
Gordy of the wti3yLewls.ftalfiM""y; {, .* ,
a black 'spot on' ." the bag, indicatingthat "You law' how well 1 he was treated the twe The"protection, of the. ";. : ','':!' "" ,:? ;:<<'! ".> ; \,',"' ;t'' '.: ' ,' ; ,; :\ !

the charge Vii Ignited and 'was here, and decided to get a" little of it?" twenty-third. family ties, the chas : most gorgeous object: on ''which' the eye of man ever rest.

vmouldoring. The loader discovered' the sneered Richardson ., Stephens of the' development' Is the glorious sun.. A star, //Ike millions: that corer-the

spot at the same Instant, and threw -It was nothing ot that kind," responded Senators of a salutory and ex. from pole to. polo; yet, strange to say we know, almost'

himself forward on his face at the Dewey' quickly. "I thought I and Weaver the honor.ot motier, THE much about these star a* we do of our own. As to the

same time shouting a warning to his ought to help along with the doing of sent 'and It thp daughter' becomes, E of the sun's spots we lire absolutely Ignorant; neT ;

turret mates. The other men, who, justice." and'e.sentlal..fea uQ.expectedly.'are of various sizes, and.on various'' *.,

had seen the shot, were Erich and Another warrant charging perjury President Senator of this land.;In nearly parts of his ,disk,, both'porth and south of .the equator and
this country there will seldom If ever at'the equator and never north or south.ot
Han en. and they also threw them. against a witness, who has testified for after the latitude sixty degrees.. '.

selves on the floor of the turret Before the < fact and
the other men in the turret could un-i Ing. C. W. Aller. formerly a tele- until an adoption ; though not a striking one, being visible through a smoked: glass.to .the

demand what caused 'the loader's cry graph operator and ticket agent at the by a vote of It is In this sense naked eye. ,A spot to be seen as a minute speck must be about $0,000 tallest'

of warning, there was a blinding flash, Florence and Cripple Creek railroad Several claim the protection !in diameter but according to published accounts this particular spot must be.

as tho burning powder exploded. at Cripple Creek is charged with the adopted.: The called the 'unwritten some 120,000 miles In size. If, as seems probable, .it is a hole through.,th.

Flames, smoke and nauseous gases fill offense.! Doth! Aller" and McGee will be tory for defense for these '.sun's atmn.pbere..Iwoul, "fwallow'.up the. earth a* a nail-keg-would a .small.

ed the little superstructure In which given opportunity to furnish bond << of apple.Besides
quors; any
the spots, the entire surface Of the lun': 1* covered with the minutest '
more than a score of men were con and the preliminary hearing will be
for sale 'In THE WOODS. telescopic spots: called "rice grains. in numbers beyond' computation -' .

fined. A* tho powder was not confined set to take place within the next: Jew The No one knows what they are:. Many suppose they appear periodically., one. <

S there was no report, nor did the day*. to the ,. In about eleven years but the evidence appears to be pretty.weak. '

t vessel suffer any injury but every nook key can be Would Bar. Them The'. Immense size of the sun cannot be'appreciated. except by Him (Who'
Public
Roads.
%and cranny of the turret wa filled BISHOP NINETY YEARS OLD.. the attending made It. In volume it exceeds the earth over 1,300,000 times,his diameter being r"

I, with flames; --II putable and house\ of representa. 880,600 miles.. If the eight planets and twenty-five moons and the 600 asteroids
'
t The leader, who was, of course nearest I Is Patriarch Prelate of Methodist Episcopal patient., Sanders, a member were all fused In one round globe, It would be a small one compared.
'. country": counties, In. volume for volume, with the sun. -
the powder, was terribly burned Denomination. The third
to The lUll rotates OD his axis the same :'
prevent automobiles do the
as planets his exact time being -
other In the turret
as was every man The Right Rev. Dr. Thomas Bowman grain
public roads In the unknown,:: though it la about 25 1-2 days.' Gravity at Its surface Is 27 1-8 ,
Elrich Hancon
with the exception of and senior bishop of the Methodist riologists
ere several thousand times greater than on the earth and In volume,109 12. times, so that a man
who although scorched escaped Episcopal denomInation Orange N. In that class state It l Is wondered of ordinary height 'would It transplanted to the sun, be 625 feet tall,-Chris
with injuries much lees severe that the J., celebrated, his ninetieth! birthday. poses. run. tian herald ,

others. Monday. I When the .. ......... ..... .......,"
When the smoke of the burning pow. second saw '

der had cleared away tho shpmates ; FOUR DAGOES ON TRIAL. the bill wa CATHEDRAL' .'"I\I\, -

of the unfortunate men rushed to their --"T'" ed -

assistance .and the suffering sailors I Members of "Black Hand" Arraignedfor ing that the Plan Great Strum

were lifted out of the fire-blackened I Kidnaping and Murder. put, which Washington. Facts Jlbout' Brazil
l
turret, and were quickly conveyed to The jury which will try three men the possibility Episcopal Church

\ the ship' hospital, where their burns and a woman for the murder' of little cluded. ..- ,to build In

: wire dressed by the surgeons. Walter Lamana was completed at Senator national church Which By Roo Bennett' "
Hahnvllle Louisiana Monday. Many a*cathedral of the
,M In the meantime Lieutenant Good. peak In
rich and Seaman Maleeck had been talesmen were excused because they tures of the I* said that a commo I

rescued by a launch that was returning objected to bringing; a' verdict which tided that already been purchased s.y.sreseyyr,?b r

from an Inspection of the target. might mean the hanging of the woman cussion, so The building Is tc ON8IDER the' great republic 'Brazil; larger' in, terrltorthat /, .

The surgical staff of the Georgia prisoner. Owing to the fact that' this taken at ; which amount' the lo ; the United,States, without Alaska, and lying almost

:' was soon reinforced by the surgeons trial l Is expected to furnish an example After the church Is to raise c .wholly within the tropical:. Where can one learn of the thousands o

of the other vessels In the fleet, who which will check Italian blackmailing by the pre denomination at large of miles of railroads that are building In every section
; of the country, ot the'subddlzed steamship line,. Lloyd Bra.-.
had been Informed of the accident aud great care was exercised to secure the moved that
of 'H zilian. running large passenger, and freight steamers from "
Intelligent class jurymen. house. I
the
the most
to
scene STATE :DIVERTED. Rio Janeiro to Ignites 10,000 failles up the Amazon to New

... -J 'I York and Buenos Ayres. Whore 1*' one to learn that this w

GETS' PROMOTION. MAYOR DEFIES UNCLE SAM. HEAVY ,Against Insane Asy same line has ordered two 12,000-ton.( steamera to make the

: THOMPSON '- In Alabama.. trip from' New York to Rio in eleven days "

t'ummoned .- Squabble-Over! Control of Highways In Lumber Com sensational charge Who has beard of the three,11.000-ton battleships ordered by' Brazil _(,lf;-,
Popular Railroad ,Man Now' ,Assistant summer Who know that Manos, a thousand miles up theAm..on has an d;1\,
Insane ;
..4 Suburbs of Washington the, Bryce
,to President. Flnley.y. : The opera house which 'coat $2,000,000, over 200 miles of electric street,railway.5': :.3
.Ala. Hugh M.
Uncle Sam and the authorities ot ,, '
asphalted streets electric lights,, wireless telegraphy. and telephone system .
.
: 8.- B. Thompson, for'many years charged
"', the' !Maryland suburb :nen'Echoare'JichUng ', ; ny ,:has additional second to none? Who has heard of the capital of the great state of Wins.
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general agent ot' the executive department , TI1ltse's ..cy"to avoid .that the state ap Belle Horgate (beautiful view), a model city; built and completed In (oar'
the control! of the,
'
ff.; of ,the Southern railway/! and over'. trial J IjuJthe $300.000 annually. 1* years,,with'every thing,that: a: state capital should .havef Where could. one '

Ft'. one of the beat(known and coos pop roads.' The question 1* whetherthe Charleston, ; .,, learn that federalcapital.. Rio Janeiro has expended 100000.000 la tile r,
loted town uthortte! can hold up automobiles I 10 of 22 four .to transform herself from '
IIlar'rallroad'men. has been pro, ot those making af past years characteristic Latin city such a* .'

1 by President W W. Flnleyto t n.position +. speeded by' diplomats. Mayor"I, The '" effect that"the ?.ktienti romantic:writers delight.In, to one of the:most modern' ltIe. in ,the.';r..t_.
'
Garrett has' defied the, government. hemisphere T-Metropolitan Magazine. "*
of assistant to.the preside t.; i count 'was ,.r. Inhumanly) treated. ,

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I-ai. Ya ley Gazette. NOTICE. Notice of Application to SS e ef r\II ej.gel(. .!{of swl.etio.17 tewnshl .
.ee
Lands.To U.of .30.:eH of net, esctton 91, wS of nwH
. ..undereimed, Intend .
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Notice t. hereby ttpea that.
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: section 112 township S3 a of r We. incept auc* ---" '"-' "
,.PU..J.IR EVBRT. FRIDAY.'Office to apply t the OevenMrof Floridk at Taklalwwie. AH Wbom it Mar Concern: part of said w** of awVi eection tit ae lie .. ...f.b11o Y ." .. I .' .

> Fla.. Aorurt 8. 1101. for Letter PatentliMorporaUnc Notice I* hereby given that the andenlarned. a* road;lease from R q. Partln-aw% of neH! .

In Valley Gazette Building.KMiOUIEX.08CCOtJkOOUMTT.rLA. : tbe"Xtoelmnee Lumber OomPUOI'" Administrator of the Estate of Jerry M. Potter nwU of ae!{and ne't of ..)"section 21 township At. ,* utiinotingof; the of county nmml.o..of Ceoeola eounty. Florida

'. >> .na>r tbe following ..ro.iue.d Chartw,'U>e orljrbul deceased will make application to the Honorable 7a a of r*> e;lease from Oeo W 'I'Itoooo-ne:! ofawM he'd on tb.IMrCTxb end 17th br July. IW7, . for 191x{ Was /pu&Bsedr

at which to on We In tbe office ef' Secretary, W. It. 'Johnston> county "judge of Oeeeola section lpl township *> .of r HO*i lease from and.the following .lt.were n..d"Avail:

' rf Stale of .tHe State of Florida. eunty.. State of Florida, at bla office In Kleebn Peter Mooutehen--nwi of se'4!' auction. S township -- .-.. .- .--4."' --" -. --. - .-

!. W M'I, HARRIS, Editor'' ad Prc-p'r*. C A. CARSON.. inanity. Florida en Monday the 19th day of 2tI a of rlWe' : lease from U B PsrUn MW ofm'i >"

J. A. CRANrORD.MTXATZ. August A. D. 1907. for an order to null at privateMle aectlan ft.of r'80 N; /lease from Oscar Bases :. j 11'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i : I the Interest of the Mid Jerry M. Potter In *
.. . . . . . . .. .. . f 100 PROPOSED CHARTER OP THE K1S3IMMEB 1 nd to the'following' ....I4I.nd leases situated .M of .."; aevtlon I*." ae'4 of nw.4.! awW sectionJO. .
r', E---u.... ..... . .... to In the< ,
1 I. tile..,...... . ......... . w LUMBER COMPANY. to wit: SAn I l.hlp2il.of ;**>.; lass from Edward. Yates et alawViof Va"a . .. . . .. .,. . All..y.. ..... ..... Iii MO "8: ,

Unknown . .. . all ,:, .. .i.r 8N MX 1
.
'l and '
anti section nw4 ofneU section .
_u.-o Tbe underelvned _.... tbenwelVM... tocvther und Ided one half Interest. in all the folsowinav _.. ... . .. .11. .,.. ..,.. .. ... N. '40 480 WOO.8 .1
.u1 eer.m-intonew. except... from br our the writer far the of beaomliur Ineorporated under Uy neM of the ne'i! of section 1 town Idtownsolp 13 *qf r'89.; 1 lease from. Walter Baa*.. Unknown. .. . . . .. ..,. . M pat 4MI 61G
,, ts.eri'pondeata. mutt mead. purpose Si-wVe5swK.sV.of! .w34 and all that partn.14of.w14ands14 of Unknown .. .... d. .1..1': . . . .. 4HO 61G
... returned .unless of 80. the wW of theu.. the wH . I
< 4vsUtaafor. will not Floridalf the traiuae. hip IS ( r ; .1. (
l tt matt the Leiwe of th.6aa' of Unknown .. ;; .. .,. . .. . ... tole MO CM 610Unknown J
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of 26lying.nthof
1 .t lion of bualnM under the following Charter of the nw i, the'nwW) of the awK. a eH of the section . ....: 1.1'"j". ",(... ., ... . .. .. .. .n. 8 U 4" Klu
KJssiromee. FT*, sa1..s.dclean 'Article Tbe name of this Corporation hall .w W. the nwU of the eei.! and.ibe eH of the.*.U right of way of St cloud. Sugar Belt Railway, V.kwa .. ,: .. .1.:._ :,. .. . . .. .. . ... 1I' Shy ,
L.....1 *t m.aFriday the r-t__Ifs. In. Ivnmber Company. Its principal of the..'.{of auction 18 township S6 a of r 28.; Iota 8, 4. 6 and the e'i ..I.*'< of section. M, 1 Iota 1, Unknown.. . .::... a11L, .trlrJe.. ...\.,. ... .. .... susaD mo .
be KUaimmee 610
. .. . . 14N1Unknown. (
Unknown. . .. 1 043USH /
i in n '-IH---V .=mV : of the...,.. and the nH of the MM of aee.tlon Z, 8. 4 and self of neV and MX section M, nH and : .I..i ... 1"
the <
ofltoe ...allboo In the Town of Klualmmee. City .. .. . .. . ..4. . .. I" 4 HO MOno
I Ha; and lu bualn.... ahall ...conducted In other 14 township 15 a of r 8S e: the nH of the neW. .w4} and w1, of.'- and .': of seU' 'of section U...._. ....,.. .1.:.. .......... .. ,......... I : 11 41 -
: July. 10 1007.Sttte'g the State!of Florida, and..l..wb.r.through . the ..> plaeealu Unknown. .. ..., all........ ..... ... 14 na |
lying south of d (1r1
ne'-'i. nwM of neUofM1 right .
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orllmi, branchei. a"enolee or. oUienrleea null of section za township 24 a of r Z*e; the nwUof Unknown. ..., . .. ... .o".u..1.. .. .. OW
may be neeeeeary or oonveirfent. the _u. the nK of the nw W. the'' ...'i of thenwU. way ef St.cloud Sugar Del Railway and toe H of Un .......n......... &I ofae. ,..; 1 f 1 8 48O17ft MW _
.* Attorney John C. 'Jon baa .Article. Tbe general aature ofiUie bualneaM* the wX of the aw!.'and the*e4! of the aw aw4of! section 81 township 25*of r SO el: also all R C B.vsge. . . s.* 01k.. ... .1 681.: "I
to the blab r' 1 S SO of 19 Unknown . . .. .. .1 ...... .,,.. .. 7 Mt 4 610
': be n- action looking shall be to M of section M township 2*. of r 28 et the nw!4 fractional sections and township a r 1.
to be tranaaeted by Mid Corporation U..a.. . ., .U. ....,.. . .., .... ......' 1. 643O4l 4 1,10 .
,.. moot of Geo. A. Worley. a prominent" build own and operate _..mlll.. pinning mllU" of the awU 01 nectlon V>townahlp 25 0 of r 28 a; e; also w>i of section II township 28 a of" r 80 0; Vn"w. ... .. toll... ........, .. .......... .. II I 8gw : 4" !d0Unknown. (.1

Miami lawyer. The action for disbarment dry-kilna. turpentine tills and their appurtenneee. the a. of the) nw!.. the n! of Mr. Worley a* an attorney lie of the railroad. trarAroad. and lojnrlna plans; to buy tlon 5 township !&111' of r:29 ej the eH of the n14.' that pie ; .. .U ... .. : ... .. > 480 C'Unkn..n.
i is baaed on two charges of deceit manufacture, sell and otherwise deal In lumber, the .wW and the eJ1 of the MX of, sectionIttownship I Whaler-neneM! of pal(and *H of se!< section Unknown. ?y.... . . ... \. ..... ..,.. .. 2 1. 8.. 6 480 MOMO

In; the practice of his profeesslon. .hl....... naval tone merchandlee of all 28*of r 29.:the gee':of the ....u. tbenwif 0. w' Unknown. . . . ., .. .. ... 4 NO MO:
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8 lies canal n.hlpll'Of
township of section that of I
of of section V :28 w
and the .1i
row.boaU of
kinds. to buy, operate and sell n a r . . io
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Unknown all . ... ... .. 1V4.
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4 Alabama !le the only state in, the Ha'hten: to purchase, own and bold landq timber 211.; the e>,of the se14 of section, I township 211'a r:-"W et; also all of the timber on section. 7 township Unknown. ., .t. .. all .;....,i.iy.' .,...... ........ 2.:. r t4 4"

Union where legislature meets but and Umber privllom by deed. ..., timber. ..... of r 29*; all of section 8 townahlp 26 s of r' 29 e; 2A.of rWealso: ; lease from W. ". Base-tota-1. UakDO..a. "" all .. ;.,..' ; .y r+..y.. .. . .. 2: . 6J 610
la 1111' Then ILl session e4! of and .' ..V :2,44,11.0,7tl,9.10I1.12.I 13, 14. 1A. 16. 17. III. 10/, Unknown . .n ..... ,. : 48t tilt
woe .yearl. mil or other toms of contract and I to sell, mortgage the neU the of section T town Unknown. . .. .u .. .I.:4. . I' 4X0 MOMO
Is limited to forty days and the ..mem or otlMrwiae dlipoee of the aame;to build equip, ship a& a of r 211.; the -neU" ofJrHiM section 18 :211. JUi: S.1, M. &\ %, 87. HK, 89, 411, 41, 42. 4.1. 44. 4A Unknown .. all ......... ."...,..t.,.,.. .... ... a : 8 40MT

4 berg of the legislature wet 94 a day. own and operate dock for storage. forwarding' oruhsrpurvonwtosc.ulrw township :25 I a of r 29 e;LoU 1. 2. S.4 In 1 block 1; 4fi. 47 as shown by Plat of Eden In Motion 2tltownabio211sotr29ealso Unknown. . ... . .. .. .n .........'... ....; .. .. ... tl IJ 2 8.. 4x0 MO
And the statee seems to get ', : 3 0,10,11, all ..' of fnwU of. Unknown . ... all. .q.it, .., .....,... . 2 ; 4x11 610
at that hold. u... moitnage, all blocks 3. a.4. //I. O, 7. . sll block 12 of < Va"_", .... .. . R 8C.bl MOtlO
.
Uong as well as .Massachunttits and l_ sell and convey property real and pereunal.Including Pulalfer Psrk, all block 13, Iota i. :/. f>, << in block action 28 township 2$ s of r 26 that lies e of Unknown. v . . .. .1.\.H..j all.,., ,.,... 'W ;............ .. 8 1 1. "I 4.6

I ,; one or two other commonwealth atock and bond. of other.rporatlon.; 14, Iota I. 2.'3 In block 1 A, loa 8. 4. i, 6 In block 19. right of way of Atlantic' Coast tine railroad aa It Unknown. .. .... all..t'....,''h .'.; ...h ....., \ I I 8c fldll, 41 tlOMO
. . . 1hi a
whose legislative assembling meet to J borrow money and aecure, ..... by mortgage ; Iota -. 81. 6. f In block 'O. all block. 31, 22:, 2.1. 24, now run through aid forty;also all that part of Unknown.UnkD..n .... .... .... .Nt. JAn .' .4.::.. ..". ...... ..8.10 4a0 51UUnknown.

every year,-Miami Record. deed, to aecure debt bond or other obllmtloni j jtherefor m.B.. :! 2728. 211. 80, all the above lots and block* ne" f.e'Sande'4ofrw'i and *K of swW as . .. . .. .I....,1.'"...pt' .'1.1.. ........... : :.. I <<40 610Unkpown.

; to receive payment for the capital .being In West Klsilmmee, a subdivision of section llee on the north side of Shingle creek a* It how. . I... .n ,..,....,.i.l.o{ ; .( ... ., ... I' 8e l 646 4X0 .
hIVnkD..a.
r It Is claimed if the state prohibition lock of thU Company In money or property of a 20 town.hlp? a of r 30 e, excepting and reserving runain.eotlon82town.hlp'baofr 29 e; all of .. .. .... . ., ... .n.\an .. ... Nlui:y.n.. .. .....d... f :. NWU 4KU MO)

hA bill passes, practically. all the .oft jut valuation. to be Qxed by the Board'of Dlree however therefrom a strip of land 10 the above subject to the terma.nd condition ofsold Unknown, ... au.. ........ry.n.i. ..e. ...". .r.... I ; 1. .0 Ml 41
drinks manufactured in Georgia will torn to make contract of all and every kind In. feet wide now used. a. right of way for railroad leases. A larger partof pad 1 leases a* la all.. ........'. ... .. .. ..... :: I" O4O, 4>' ill

of business. A small the furtherance of Ito the *| of nw'., of shown by the having been worked and a Unknown .. .u .... ...,.,... .,.., ,.. NS CIO 410 Mi
bare to go out ckient to and for purpojweand purpose) w cm i>w!< of nw'i! same Unknown . .. . an. .. ,.. . .i.... . . Iy :. w.L1, 41
Xd1 quantity of alcohol' is required for the bu.l.... ln.ejuding contract between the paid the ne'. of swU' and the.. oI..UoI nwl4 section, large part of same having! nearly .."101...... The Unknown . ..... . ... . .....".............. . . .. 14 :. 'tee ('4 9 4XU 6IO ,

'purpose,, of pre enlull the syrups, Corporations and Individual aud other Corporation IO township 25 .of r -".I.; the ai..'.i. the *nwM of said Jerry M, Patter having a one half Interest In Vn"DOwn. . . all .. . .. .. ....,... ... .. U 2. tee '40 e6'0 {

t which are the basis of them and with .; to make cock bylaw a* Btay be doemed ne'"< and bnrlq A chains e of .... corner! of the see!.. all uf the above* property. Alec the following Unknown.. . .. .. ... all all.. .... ... .:.................., ........ ..., . ... .. .. II 2e 2. .. <640 4HUtl Owl MO'ilO 'aUnknown.

'1$ tate prohibition in effort It will be ; beat and irenerally,. to exercise all power. Incidentto of the sale! of section X township :2ft a of r 29 and owned, by said Jerry M Potter In his own right; Ua".n. . . .n. ... .. .. ,.. . .. . . .. II ;. ) I 4KO 610 ',

impossible to secure it. The prohibition Jth..ndud.na purpoee of the buxineuofid run thence N chain and :-4 link to w side of the ne*>4 of neM! of a..!' section, 11 township 2", s Unknown . . ... al ... .. . ..... .. ...... .. . 1\ ::.. lc pal 4WI .,1O
has already passed the ... ... Atlantic Coast Line S:* 10 1 lag Ua".n. all . ....,1.. ... .. .. Gal 49010
measure > Corporation and to have, ". ,1. and enjoy Railway: thence northeasterly of r e containing; acre more Or Unknown . o'. . '> : : '
tv all. .. .. .
. gwo
.. : 41 MO
Senate and been favorably reported all lis-hta. power*and privilece. of Corporation I parallel. ...1th.1d, railway 12 chain; thence II Thla 19th day of July, A. D. 1W7.( IfopkinsCW .n.. .... .... .. .... ,.. . Yea :. 1140 4HO4X0 (10

by the Ilouse committee. organized and exlutlnr under and by virtue of the chain.and 611! link to beeinnl..me being in E, I. D. OVERSTREHT.: l.klO W.. . .n . .... .....1.:. . ....... ... : :I .a. 610
law of the State of Florida action 8 township 25 of 20 t W. J. 'SEARS Administrator. 1.I.U W. .11. . : .. ........ . t :.I8
a r nei-j of the 11
e; 4
. . .
v W. .. .n .... .. .. .. ....,. .. ... w. Oil MO
'' :The Fort Dallas Natlonallank at ArtIel.8. The Capital pack authorized ehall net l K-rtlon township :!&>- of ': the wJf 01 , Attorney for Administrator. Hkln..U W . . all :... . ... ... ..... . ... II : (IIIC14 owl, .MO61O "
_''* Miami, was closed' last week\ under b. One Hundred. Thousand Dollar (lflO.OlW.no). .r 11. "I the ne1 4'of su iv -;> ,n'n.hipe ---- -- Hopktna, 0 W. .. . .n ..., .: .. ........ .N... . .. 11 :2 :. 4NO ;1
f Hopkins. 0 W .. .. .. .. .. .. . . 8 ,
orders from the government. Later the divided Into one thousand. (1000) .hare.of the par .. re.their, < n.' .na '>''e 11 townn W. . . .1 ., ..:. ; .. :. 8. 641 4111
IloklO . .6 641
president W. M. Brown was placed value, of One Hundred DolUre ($IOO,00)t) each. Notea..f r. : ,. ..f n I ... ,weectl4\ Notice of Application to it.l lopklna. W .. all .. . . .. .. ..... ,. . . 4 n. .. 640 4M 110
I" under arrest' chirped with misapplication :Not lea. than Thirty-five Thoumnd Dollar f pea+t.h, r Y . ', ", wUenll G W . .. .n. . .. ... .. ..::. .. .. .. L". 4804HO 610 {
.
. y Lands. Hopkins, 0 W ..' . . . . . :. 6
of 'funds, false entries lo .1..." .I. .1. e . .Ir. \ e MO
\ wrtino
..IcI.k ahall paid for In .. The balance < < I : a.
eo. .
0 w. .n .. .. .. .. .. g
. . Ho"lna .. Uri foul .610
'
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ledger and .false entries in books are may bo 'Maud In payment of property labor or .t I . ... "I I . "f 10. Uokla.. C W .., al . .. .. . ... . .. .. . 11 27. I 040 48048O MO j
Enumerated among tbe charges, which, ..rvl.-.t. moat valuation to be fixed the Di- *'. '-. f'l -. .!. i ,.. '..." throw All it Whom May Concern: .. W . all. . ..d.... ... . d' 1 641 610
12. B
according to the complaint took nlace > ufs: .' *. loklnaG W all. . :.. ..... ... ... 4MO4X0 MO
H \
& iiuii a \i.a3,1v that undersigned
1'tIton. 4 > J t> oi Notice I* hereby given the as : .0
W . n
.okl all. . .... .. . . .. . ... h Poe
at "divers and sundry times The Artlcle.4. The term for which Mid Corporation r JIll .. Administrator of the Estate of Jerry M. Potter Hoklna, 0 W. . .. all : .... .. . '.. 2y7.. I 4804NO iu

charge being .lit each case that Mr. hall e>ll...shall be ninety-nine (99) yean Also all the right,title and Interest of the said Jerry deceased will make application to Hon Minor 8, 0 W. all .. .:. .. .. .. . yl 27. :l I 611
Drown made or caused to be made Hopklns.0 W. . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . . 6 tic (10 :.
Judicial Circuit
Articles The b..l_ of Mid Corporation H. Potter and to the following leases the Jones. Judge 01 the 7th la and .1 \ : B
; Hopkins, G W . .. . . . . ... 67. 1'14
,t y; tb. alleged, false i enteritis and mis hall be managed by a President a Vice Preldmt same being an one ha f interest;Sub-l_ from D. for the county of Oseola and State of Florida at Hopklna. 0 W. . . . . ... .. . .. .. .. :. TIt 6 67, v

applications. He!, gave bond in. the a Secretary a Treanirar and a Board of Direetora O. Lee;ee>,< of ne'/. the nXof seKand' ...Jfol.wJ4 THuaville. Florida, or waereover be may be found Hopkins, 0 W .1.. .. . .. .. . . .'. 3 a ::. 1 B 'Tz .6 61. l
Hocklna. G W. . .. .
sum oftlO.OOO.Notice of not more than even (7)_....... The of section 13, the nJf of ssi! and eH of nw>< of on the lth day of AU U8t. A.D. 1907. ores soon Hopkina.U W. '.". .. all all.... . . ........ ..... . 2 : l a'R 046 MOM' d

doe 01 PreaidentandTreaarermaybe held by .dctioa 14. tJo..!"01.'.. the nwi! of seU. and thereafter a* he can be heard, for an order to sell Hopkins, U W ....... .. . ......,.. .... 8 : 4 MO '
pC|: Application For Tax the aame person and the number of PI rector. re swlf of neU of section M in townahlp IS .ef r 29S private pale the Interest the said Jerry N. HoklO W .n ... .. .... ... . .. . 4 :2 I838 4X0 610 I'Hooklns '

Deed Under Section 8 01 daeed. to not lee than four ((4) If the bylaw *oproride. n the wU woof auction VI. the wj}, ef _"-. Potter la and to the following real estate situated 0 W W. .all.... ........... ..'.......... ... ..... .. ... 5 2 ... 4 610 UO rlt

'' Chapter Laws of The Director are empowered to dele- tie .w1d, a" of iw 4 andMUof sectioa 18. the intbeeonnty of Orange and State. of Florid., Hop.10..6 W ,... . All. ..... . .. .. ....... .. .... 7 2 .. 64O 480 610
Florida.c sate to any one or more of the officer of the wj-iof...." andse4of! .. of section 1* town., towK: The west H of section :31 township 24 s of liopkluU.. W. . Al.. .... ..p.

Company tie power employ acent and ...* *hlp25aof rWethenw of 1M''". the neU; of r' 29 e; also the following lands situated In 'thecounty Hop"lopll.,6' .6 W.W. ... ............ ': .. ..... .... ...... 1 bag 480MO MO
.
, linden II hereby given that T.: M. Murpbj _te. The annual meeting for the election of nw54. u.. .H of BH.tbe nrM and the nwX of MM'I Berrien and. State of Georgia and described Hoola..o W. .. . .1.......: .... ....... ... ... 11 48OMl MOMO e
.
..ww aril of Tx Certificate No., V dated the ........ by the toekholder of the Company _all section 3.township Z5e of t 8t; tbe.aX of neM sa follows: Lot II Block :S7 and. lot II Block. . W . .. ., all/., .. : . . II 21. .a 48O i ,,

II r U day of June,'A. D.' 1M\' baa lied' said IN held on the Scat Wedneaday. ef July each year. and nM of aid eection township :26ad r28e;the US In the town of MiUtown. county and Start HOP".6 Hopldo..6 W.W. .. ... ... ... .1.... .................,.. .............. ..... 1 2Ne 2w 64. 4 ,610"610

j' >mrtllVcalo la toy offlM and bu made ..ppltt bat thl date may be chanred. by the bylaw awM of nw'". awU of ..../. nwV ofi.. nwK of aforesaid. TIM Interest of the paid Jerry M. Pot. Hopkloe, 6 W .. all .... .....:........ ...... ... II ne p4. 48O 610 t

...lion tor Us deed to Issue pa accordance with I Tneatockbolden shall mouton the eighth day of ...U..... nwW of a..U suction 7 township :35 a b* tar la and to earn being ene half Interest. Hopkins. (1 W. . .. all.. ........ .;....... .. .... 2 24i g4. M 411. 610

t lew. SaId eerUfloatev embrace fallowing Aagcut. A. D 1907. aCKtoalmmee. Fla., for the r' WettbewH of awJief ntM.aX of. awl,,. .ltd This ... lUth day ef July. A. IX 107.E. 1"10"0, W.W.. ... ...... .... all all...... .......fe..........J\.j.. ... : Me YN N2 48O 480 610 610 '

I Jeecilbed property ftuiated. la Oaoeola eouaty, 'are*annual mauling of the Company f or the purpoMof nwHof neUof tow)( eeetion f,. nwW of n..Maeetion U D. OVERSEER HopklssI . . . . all..t... ...... .. : 7t1. 8 48O .10
f Florida,towlti4llwK organizing. Corporation. adopting byUw 20. aerJi ef ..>* sect 1', pii and the Administrator Batata of Jerry N. Patter de- Ilopklw.U W. . . ;...._.... . . ... 2 6 480 tie
> Hoykioa. U W . . .. all .. .. ... . ... .. .. : 1.
.: R .. *. electing Dtrectof and for the tranaactionf wHofwKne} c.4 SKKSee.IT.tt Sooth 29 : l t
tolW.U W. .. . .. . .. ....., . . .... '' ,'
W .1. .
....... -"', rook other burineia a* may be property coruld- township .oI..80.: n.U of .erX nM of W. J. SEARS Attornev for' Adminl.tr tor. Gw.- except '. 01 n114.. .. .. : Mlle l eec 4 .

The said land being aasessed alibi data of erad bJP the meetlnUntil the offloer. to be .. HOpklo..U W .. .1. . .... ....) ..... . .. .. : : sea too 61O
elected at the Brat election dull be elected and Hopklnea W. . . . al.... .. .......... .. .. .. 510
the tsananca ol snob ontifioiM In the of
< name 'V 1 1. N 4
4 Jo..lu.0 w; . . .. :. .... ,. . .. .. UO
:* .. W.thronil, quality the .....m: ... ttl tJola Corporation aball be T. ,1 W. .1. .,:.. ... . ... .. .. . .. ... 'a. 21w 1. 4 610M E
1 < 1' 0-ueae, eeld "!Ulloa.. .bill be redeemed conducted by u.. fonowtnr named offioertu C.A. lopllD"O W. . .. .. . . .. .... .. .. . .. . .. .. 11 a vas pal 4WJ 4MOeoo > *
l '\- 'meeordlng to laW tax deed will ban thereon Canon aa Pieeldent.... Treeaureri, A. Cran :; W. al ....... .. . .. . 3 410 &ie
Hop.l.t W.. all..... ,. ., ... .. 'J1w pal ajMi MOM
1 M tbe J2th day of Anxnit A. D. 1907. I'.... aa Vie Preaadent S. U Lnpfer aa Secretary r T t t'Ii Ho..U W.. ..... all 1.. .. . .. .. ....._. .. ..f .,. \8 '' 4HO .
sYltneee my official ilgnatur End seal I"tb.. the C. A. Carson J. A. Cnnt...... .W. x.-wu. THE : INN"Now Hol..U W... ... all..p.. ,.....,.... a Ixe apal 4tM She 1)

*Mth day at 6.11', A,' D..1807.iMALi llama. ,S.U Lupfer. K. L. &.ale.. M. Hat and H.U Emp. .Lae.C.all....:........4..,.\ ijiN.'.. ., ,. : MO*** *" 61O 610
Stanford : w
i E. L. LMLET. aa Director*. Lue 0 awj4 of sels 'I tot 4 48OMa
' Clerk Circuit Court: Article. The highest amount IndebtedneM '. .' kmplre Land al..cop."." t j'1 : '.,4 2 W 1.' a 42 4IK WO

1 Oeceola County, Florida. or llabUIUM.. which this Corporatioa may at \01.14.1 Land CO, all. ezoepl swl" of D and nt4 of r.yM'( .7 -' L

By ARTHUR. : DOKEOAN,>>.C. any one time subject I....,.'ahall be Two Hundred Empir Land Co...... W.nol.U ; '.le'.. 719.29u ;;wMe '",' N. 4 U'tilt "

and FIfty Tbouaand Dollar:((52110.000.09), "t Ou.ldo Laud Co ail ......;.. I.. .,. .,'''. 7 'US ' gin 648 41 tie v
Notice Article 7. The name and residence of theaubeeriblng' .mp..d Co ... all ,......,,.',. ... .." ... : H 2W MoWe 40 d
: of Aoplication for' :Tax all of .. .. .. 110
v L 0 except net nw). 2M 140
f Ineorporatora together with the nor "/ Open for the Reception of Guestsin Empire laud all .., .. I 1. 608U &
Deed Under Section 8 of beg. ., ... .,Ha Capital: tock .subscribed by loLMoUdated I Land Co BII., : : : . :.:. : :::::.: 11 .14 M. 610 !,

Chapter 4888 Laws each are.. follow: : e. Empl.LudCo ... all ... . .: . .... .: ". .:.. 12 1:1 e : II.

1 .of.Florida. Name Ratdsa'No.. of Slung the Beautiful City of Empire. Laud LI 0'.1 . ... .. ...-,-.. .. .... : . J : Mo .a 4 111 1 "

Kotioe hereby given that EJ;L. D.:OverstrwetTurchaaer U.A. Canon XUelmmeo, Fla.. . . . ..160J. t.uusvlldated *;d"I". :::.::::::;;;..::::::: '::':: 1ft : 610 1l'
CouaulidaUMl .. . .. .. . : : :
.. ... .. ..,... . 17III 410,. ;F
A. Cranford .
.. e
of 'l'uo.nseoa&eNo.lI8. dated'tbe JackaonvUle Fla-. ,,63 Empire Laud (-'0.. .. all. . ... .. .. .. .......*. tilt
a, alb day of Inns A. D. IMS ha Sled eald oertlflat w....William. ijaekaonvnia, FU.. .. .. ..SO tu..lil Land A all. .. . .... ... ..i.... ... . .. IV .W Ma pat 4 6JO t
E. ULealey. Kiseunmee. Fla .. . .M Empl..nde.. .all. .. .. ... ....... ... .. . : 6424U 4
onto In my office and bu made application for KISS'IMMEE. : W 41.
FLA. LQ4 all . .. ....:;.. ...... ... 611.
tax 4004' 10 tame' In eeoordanee with law, II.ltata. KleaimmeeF-a. .. ..90 .; Empire Laud C. ..C all. .. .. ..... ........ .. .. 2 8 4 611. Sus
;! ... .fteid certificate ...bft_ th. Y Uowlng de B. c. Stanford ltlielron.ee. F4. .. . ..20 Cuoll.1 L Co all.. .... '" ...:. ... .. . : . : .W Ml .1' '
nrlbed altualodIn Osoeola N. Canon KJealnunee. . . .. . .. -..SOIXC. .. allConsolidated . . .. .. .. ... .. .. .. : 2U* h we Hg 10
) property COU11'7.I1odcI& Land .all ...... ..i.. . .... . Jt> Mt 48 4 Y
Le -elmineeFU' . .. .. . ..;SOX. C W > 610
*** towel, empire Land C. ell . . . . . 4
""w U of HW )W Bee. U', Tn, 25 South, B. 28 K, C.Bryan.; Kleebnanetv FtoW . . .. .. .6 Cu.'IOa L..e 0 all.. . ... .'. .. .. . .. . 2 an a 1' 4 L 10 1 ,

.s-aatalalag 40 acre more or lee. B. Itakiruen Ktealmanee. Fla . .. . .. ....10a Epl..C all. ... .. . .. ..,..... .., ,. . 28 2IN 6l 110 '
S. : Co all.... .. ,...... ....... ... . a* Mo M. 4
McLean . tilt
C. . .. .. ..
KL-elmmee.
f Mid land being assessed at the.'data of Fla SO Emi.lieSaudCo. .. ,. .ll. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 pat 4
) 'Wlb.....nC8 of men certificate In tbe name ofPeaeook J. X-Lapfer Klulmroee. Fla.. .. . .. ....9 v Cuuaoltdatod Laud 0 all, . .t....,.,, ..... ."......:; W 41 610 610
O.LL. : . . . ., . Emulre Laud Co..... 8. 1 4
pfer 3lt
Bout .k. Weal Co. Klaabnmee. Fla 10 i. . TERMS: vnnnniirl ted Laud Co L :::: ..;:,.:.::','.'::. : :::: ::.... ::: pa s M. 610::

( 17 alee*said.certificate shall be redeemed ,I'c- )>, the hand and .....of .the Mid. Inter.po .. t ., EwplrLudCu...... all ... .. ............. ..,.. .. M : : 64* : +
P e.rdl.s to Dow tax deed will isue ,thereon on *.to a. Ld Co all. . .. ........: ". . . MS 110 ly
f / $2 to $3 Day. Empire Land ; allCtnaolld.iUi ... .. ... ..... ...., ...... I W w. 41
tax 12th >> 1907.Wltaee C. A.
day Of August. A. CARSON. ISeall.J. per .
, Lwd'Oo tli.. ... .. .. ...-.... . . no. 6 4 110 '+
my official aUmator* and eal Ibis. the . A. CRANFORD. )Seal] oxaobam, Braxlou. .. all... ..:. .. ... ........ .'. ... 1 MM a Mo sac '
'randay! of Jaty, A. D.1907. W. at. WILLIAMS. [Heal] $10 to $14' Week CI..ldl Land Co all.. .. ... .,, ...,... ...<.. ...r a big 661 610 61.
-l. Mall E.L.LE8Ijnr'Clerk '. E. L. LESLEY: [Seal) per l.ol..I..I. all.,1 ....... y Mian Me I 6JO
4
. .. .
Co all . ...
'
..
r, .
.. *
7, Court OeeoaCounty Floilda. VV; : "V M. KATZ. [Seal) v Bracbem, "a4.. all . .... .. .. .._.. .. .,.... .. . a low 4 tl0
By ARTHUR E. DOKEOAN, t.C.; : H. C. STANFORD.'[Seal] Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $10. Consolidated Land 0..n..o of nw.U.) ... ... .. 7 8_ tie 6 41 110
be.ebambmon.. .. ..... 4 r '
N. B. . . .. 5 a0 j'
;
"po "'. CaRSON. [Seal] Consolidated Land Co. all ,. . ........;.....,.. .. 9 a a 6G
':Notice. D. C. LEA: (Sal) Beaehem. Braxlou .'.. all.i. ..,..... .... .. .. ... .. ... . 10 W* a C 41
1k .. '* N. C. BRYAN (Seal] Obda.CO ..I.,.,, .,,.*.... ........ .. .. . ill\ 80sMl tlI4aU tJO ,
# W. B MAKINSON. ... all..,..... .. ...... .. . .. eta 1110 61
\ ,( Mstie.hereby....: that the Board' :. at t -trW [Seal] eel roalcetL C all . .. . ...........'. .. . ... 1 30* 1. 644 nee 10
O. C. MeLBAN. [Seal] .
all .. .. 611
. . '
Q-i.i--". will sat 1hMaJ''IaJ .. 14
S U. Canaoltdated Land Co! all . .. .: . .. a 6 4a0 1 '
'3 i. &. LUPFER. (Seal) .?" . .A . .
Ja17. tor doe_ .1" h..I4af eoaiplah a aM Om.olidatedLand nil. .. . . . . . .:.. J I 6 foul 610
L
.8: LUPFER ISeal) C . . no*
4 .as.aMtog te.tlz..ay ns to tli.s3u. d &B y Beaobem. BraatD. all l . ... ..:.... ... .. /. .. IS at* 1 N 4 bin
.tor a.M .s-eonal.. aa fixed by the CountyotTaxea. Oeeeola. : Harry W. Turin rn (Uda. Co toll except of ae i '" ... . .... 19 Wslau MoMa t 4 f 'w
t County ef I > ae"
.-. - l.cb..B..n.. all. . ... .... .. .. .. .. . . 8top 4 4
21 v
Jlsf.w n>.. a Notary ........ In and for the State; CD..U.t LI C.1. .. .... .. .. .110 r
will M*
P''.... bavtasr. eomptelat *e make tab B..b.Jra"II.1 .I.... . .. .. ,.. .. . ,. .. .... 4 tlO
-l.of this mgn6 sad s.wev _Ol._"_ if Florida .--uv appeared c.,A.' Canon. .I.A.CraDl.Y.III. ; PROPRIETOR. . all..........? .... .. .... 1 ao* 6rp 4 Y
s..dhtgb WflHa-na., M.L. Leaky M. ; . .b.m.lra..u .. all except Mof .Ji. . 2 gIN 6 4 tll
.WALTER BABO. SB.. tat. H. C. Stanford. N. B. Cenon. D. C, Lea, Cou.I<.I.lnd C all except DH of nwM . .. :..:.. :2 Mia 4 '
.CM.k..a' Beard of C. Cs mIOlo.aa all . ... l r
t Bb..lra..I. . . ... . . 4
N, C. Bryan W. B. Makin .n. O. C McLean, J. X N i 4e 4e 4e 4e iG 4e 1&4f 1G 4G :- E.Lapf..B. L. .wen known to me and -- Beaebnm Ba.1 all . .. ......... .. .. .... 2 BUS a 610
&!< known all,. .,. ,. ; ... .. 6!* 61'
t.e me to be the Udivlduala deaerlbed land L.d 0 ...... ao* MO Ml .
Th .b.m. . all . .. .. ...... .. .. .. M 410 610 \
b wboaubecribed .
and] who .
.zeeut.d tie fere.gemsr Land e all . ..... ... .. .. .. .. si a 644 4 6JII ,
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p. Charter, and eereraBy a-tknowledced te D.oh..Brk all. .. .. ..... .?." ".. .. ...... 1 4 MO
and before me that they exmmted the Mow for Oossoada L to) all.... .... ,. .. ... .. .. ... 8 a t ''IIO" J'
the Dah.m. . all.. . . . ....:.. .. . . . . .. 1 4
'\ aee and porpeee.therein expreeeed.In Land all . . .. .. ... . . .. tons8 610' < 'j
Co..d.
Jo. 0 _
Tr&qgpoi fcation ( wltim........" I have ....... .:eat. my oEOL Braxton all. .. . ,. .... .... . . . l / 4 110 .

: .bead and ....... any eflkie .... at, KUelmevee.Qoaaty ,. Ca.lla L Co all. . ... .. .. . . ........, ..... .. 3 *sly 1. 8. 7177M M2 .110
of Oeaeela. State of Florida; thla fHk day : D..h.m. .Co. 'all. .. .. .. .. .. ...... . .". Si* Ma t 6
Land all y
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Auto Cars Line. *< J ane. .A.. D. MOT.. ' Ct.t Bh.w. .. -.,.. .1. . .. .. .: .: .. .. ..... . . l MaConeaUdai ooo MOContinaed
: Seal] BOMA THOMAS .P : s.1 CoaaltaLadO ... .. .. .... ... ".. .." . 7 a 780ao t
d ARV.ACX. all.. .. .. .. : . 1. V' 610 M
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u Notary Public State" Florida at Urge.My .. ... "" I Hi*
Coa..UaLnd 0 all ;.... ,.,.. .... ; ..,. . .. ..,_ Y su I 6 1.
Z-S T. KUginuiMW 6:45 sv m.' ComniUalon expine Febraary... IfflL- 1 B.. .. all. ..... .. ..........- ..... .10 81. lap k
i" id Land ... 6882SB 610 '
f < .U) of .. . 480
nwU .
ArriT Qc ando 8:30 a.,m.Arrir. C aD.U . Il SI*
: Beaebam. Braxton. . . that r
w>i ... ..., .. .. . a 2
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& . Sftnford.' 9:20 a.' m, Notice: THE Don't all. \ .... >'I 240 I
in. 0 .. . 16 SI
forget us when *
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'i. Leave Sanford 11.OO a. m.hf ,. ? : ; oDld.Cln al ei.eDfieS4of' G 48046O. 610.
ArrlyiOrlando,12:30 m. JJotioe'l; hereby given to fpenoni/ boiling I C allt.. ..-..J--? ; ;:. ;:": :: : ... i. SI 81* 1 M 4(0
p. *
i. e....... deaiand. ...., Co all... ......h'r' .. .. ...., . . 10 I 6' 4 610Bencb.m.BraxlonalL
or "
.j,. !>.*.*Orlando %:30'p. m.. the EataM of Jerry LEADING heed of Anything;; . . .. .. ., .. ... ,. . SU 4 610
... ,$5.r. aeoaaaadrto ......, Coowlldatsd Land ) ;; ? :. . 'lt i .. ao Ua 636
T Arrl..* KiMlnraMe 4.00 p. m. >> theamdul7 Co ally,. ... .......rr. ... 21 .. 610
[aathanUnawd the <<, rejsten.,, ...;. 480 UOHO
8t
"' <' '*,.Wlf* to nnderalgaad. within two all..A 1.1
h.. ;'w' Conae"obii6Q'wtth"Seaboar.n. R, ai yeara, aa preecrlbed by law,otherwise tbe eame ; DRUG J; r In the Drug : 1'w. .uaadpt." .w7..d :if of gel.( V 2 J!. w 0 B4O8BO_

: \(.orlNclO i and the. !=JCJ
'r. are hereby required to. make Im-aedlate. I STORE Line.. 1 j. ..,. ,,.;"f.. 8 34e U 48O t.s
[t May 29th.19CW. : , . WBns4on". ne} andseMandM-of} w><., si. : 1>
"Fan.am. ,.. r&Uro d. ;. ''LiI't80ttI6' Bsaokaai, .. I I 400 ?
f. '. ... %
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j, r" a Saappeltlent-T.Jie. : Klsslmmee' Valley: - .Gazette, July.31..%" ''1907.m .: '...;,
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{ r [ ..qnitoe( W..would Sincerely" "*' enjoy: . 1/

I Ncifttws at WkOter.)j; having them come and belp. u* \ 'Wem. ... off.' B.Stetson'UniversityI'UV'cOLLEOEn: : ;;

Reported Weekly' by 0 L C. i[j f This I I., nail ntcbt. and tie$ only .; -

Pa:\ e...e.+ +NS srle.....+l. .1.1B ; chance there ha been to.glre; the .
as +aw.+ .. > Gazette a few minute time and It I I. AND- ,1PIVB. "TECHNICAL. SCHOOLS.DiLAND. ] .+ .
opprt ir..( the, thermometer: snob extremely. UDpl...:D',A'work FLORIDA.Affiliated ., .

well.up la the 110.)' and cloudy, npr!*:. striving to"both.fl ht Insect pet and ,. ii

,f nta\ the prenaat weather condition prepare 'Item, 'a*' the '..'..ntaJ.; ,With University of' Chicago., <:
Cora aDd'trraa.. ar* at this ; little pests won't oorfe '
wrltlnn top, oal' Cottoco .. .' atadarda. '
ideas
Llaoral ArtB TkB Bro of tbBUBlventty. .( = ','
:
t twin crop, growing together. with a pondent will be ''compelled' to. give SNt.ss Bco/Br.auBiojroaolTBtBelrdosrote ,from both BlXjoa Bo4 Vblo. ....' ...* the ChKwro.Dhlec stet/mud ?;

{ botlj.profusion Oar which citizens promises well for, them room and- quit. 'O, I. O. ...,use/SitLa.-0..4..O't. t4hUCollo..o. an- Ba-..Ut..Jt BiaoUo. Uw IB'..no. .. J-

': are taking 'ad- = .1 Conoco' ot.Tockaolonr e4 Aalioot off MehBl AriB.- ...........,. Mrfl'KloetrloBl -,'
t r, vantage of the drowsy term and very I .KniBMriu...1+_.....and MBBwuTnUatac. __.'leading, ,to 4BroM. tine BOW, boll..1..1 .lu.eaMJr. ..
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ABE
little -WE : AGENTS: .
FUR ,,
mortar about U indulged : 't
b la.f Cotlocoef BBBt....o-BBKklBK/ la all Ito te BeliBB. BookkoMtliM tin beat .
MothadB.KttioOM
The boys are prepartar) for a cADdy" International --- --..-..-.-.-...-...-..21,_--...-..... --or'...-...... .. _. uepuuaea.... ..... ...._.110'. ..., .. J'

pulling be belt) at RaadoK Young'i. Harvester Co. xlo.-r-1M7......:It'tea! ...M.....aU..,-0......iMe...,.._'..Hies.....red to eater. _Harvard' 'Tats.. 1"1I." .....Cora.U' ",U1:'
although there appear to. be a- difficulty : Gasoline..Engines.The ......... ..... ............-Va tsrryrl.a W t1a own building; 't <<
In procuring syrup U U not,:1 arrarr.r 10611-111.. In .epar.le' handle. Tbs", "snboot. '-peoIau", prepw' rnblmq'rarl.oal! j '
r to. be .understood by the Monte sabooL-A 516 "ape organ,, do... Via-96 separate building. 1BTBB ,.,
general pub- Best the :. that...._...of etacI,. fBOBlty.
lie that oar people failed to make a on Mark4t., We Art ........-11.. &acJ1o.> 00013706-; ; models. ...., ... .
will make: close' kM B faculty Of M prOfMMtn and InMraetor*. Tb. Bold .,
:you prices Engines f door trot'tB 'tlBlTw
good crop during the past season 'or, on Bltr of t;""ao.,HBmnL Yale,Dartmouth, OolBMbU.Toro.lo,Wake ......, .........".. Bow
oofa. .
that any Illegal use baa beaD the and Pumps In running !order over__Dtroa.GOO.GO i. Boeka.lt In "u41.Oni..a..a o sly..ulpreotleearS.quart of Mlo>.|....DOBBIBOB mad rob BllMr ft/ DalvrritUM. 'There are l

cause of the Bcaretty of thai article. on your farm. fkel ntlOM'Od library Of. Tee*WOOD...1.-1.I beautiful BbBtool with envoy'mrllbadou.r..dowm.eft.."'....1.11., laelad;, .'r.
IB* MBIBB4 Slam WiBdOW T Oil __ ...... .
p.lnliBn.B *11. 1e pIpO ,
a
but. .neat baa. been I ._ GYM With essapl.t! .
enormously blghjand evparstwI Bn I..s Athlaclartald. raoBlor track _... <_....- baseball diamond .
sad !f'

that DO&.OOD.lilerect..rl a lar4. amount of sweat bealtby.es* bas BO i W. .L. Van Du zor .& Co. so ro gr/dlroa won-/<.!...1.broad,...gem beeldw......area Ur/o._.swimming..laboratories......spacious Bad shops,(.tor.U...CBomUtry..l..l.ulii_ ..Il twl..b..PkirriOB.,other. -....)BIttI&eI1oI.>Ofte.balls__Jar....ae bapt Mineralogy.buudlegs.consent\ and;for..'mes Biology"'.'shat.and. i <

been required t.o.JllaIr.. up the balance.. a a.dsmt.. ela""lr 1.eM..scones eampa i ("'Ja.hrabbrr...... and a os Ire"..iiarlam: lei.t literary.-fal...nominal Tk. ioeatios and other
is
., .Inoreaeed ra flltle*; for bowttlsl and.ISbf'lllo mud........._ar.l:74' .
.
receiving,. fat BBtBlon,vUw.. solders and UloraiBU.
boarder 'baa been"added. to Mr .. -- "' address, I 1M.pre"eacLINCOLN ; .

William rid be already Hotel commodious De Benlah I is dwelling now- r M.. 'TiuLERReal \ I M : HULLEY,';-Ph.; D. Litt.lD.: Lt. D..

.prepared to'' 'receive tourbU) and Estate Agency: ..... Da LANDr.FLA.: .. ', s t. ..
Mlellt.e'.bo'deal.' ire to inquire; into. I :
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the panetratlnr abilities of the gnat '

.aellDoaq.la.oee.. We bare aa abua- ,Realty bought and'sold RATES ,AND 'SCIIEDULEBTO THE ,. '.I '

dsaseot.both. and, Palmetto Avenue Houses, rented.. ,,
I swarms with ibeee, breaker of the I Taxes paid,and Titles .
verIfied
peaceful. .......' We do not a... PrO- !J for non-resident Jamestown Expisitidn I i

faulty and will Dot therefore'express ,Fire Life and Accident. In :
,10 word what\ wicked &thought. surance.. ,
come -
Into. our mind W&eD'OU, Indemnity" Bonds. :S.uoDTSOIreta.'O, : Sold >Daily
eye, note, ':; ,.: StztyDav Ticket,* ;",*,.j.tu..!,.;'*Ij'. 83 70 Bold Dally.
and mouth'gel full. .................................. Flfieen.Day Ticket.:.t..yb-r., ,. >....."...2136 Sold Dail .
Opr enterprising Fetchorn merchant. Coach Kscvrelon. ,' $17.36, old each:Tuesday aad Friday, limit.ten'
'. .. . '
day*. good la Parlor '
: or Sleeping ear*
Mr Nod
Floyd, wa* out on a tour .of' in- 99M0000111Ot1H000WeLvai"MC *. -..... ,,
peotlon last. week.' Bit "
gentlemanly I
employee, Mr,Jobaaan., 'r ba* pleased 11 ... v CoastLine "Neffelk;PSylaW"
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_CO' .
our'eltiseo*' and although .It. aa; .17i3Wb at- eo' . 85', w .
difficult manner 40 .break, 'away from J Lf7; Kissimmee t.lS 20 a m', 1 07 p u Xr.. s 110P a"8 115 a'lII '
old eiMtoia*, we give hlm' a' reaeon- Ar/JackBonrlfle !7 a m ,7 Op p m Ar. "z P ai' "' 4 .
1. able share. of.p&istme...:.. : t K.kR,8REAL Lv. jBCKqoTlfi* 'A i a m':7 a .',%*. _it I 1 1 0 li! ..;.t... ,' ..f
.. Ar-NoHe*.;.*... 7 ,a *,8.9f) A .. p "
i Mr.vJkae: . VaatbHa .a'filr'; -t .... .
''lj. I to dolor .. .1 : "" .:?; - - ;>' :> .V C '.... '", >' '"? i k*
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.. buslness'::for young..merchsnt" : 8 eI t .'D MWi ::8'.riI. '
QHielCetst'Li
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'T-. , _ .. Het 1. .. ,t.." : : ,
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though the youibfat' part doe*' not, : ; \ ",, \ .. cy'. ; ,. ". .-rt.." : ., "',' .
appear In the-age Uses and,In'utlng : ANDINSURANCE Train Wo.; 8I.Dc .No..85ca Tll-tallaaa.&aad&l'Ci Sleeping Care between. "

!. the expression It remind me,.of<, ;soaneedott I -- PbrkTamna-. . .D4.forfollr., .
of ''a. little. fellow ,wboe TAE' ,.
ATLANTIC COAST'LINE':
father was a'widower and bad left the .
''young gentlemen:.la charge ''of' a 1 Write, lor Illustrated. folder oontaloliur. map;de.orlptivi.inotfer"list 7''of -, -
maiden aunt while be went out In: CITY :BARBER SHOP; hotel, ......' -. .. ..
.
For reservation information
search O"'DIW wlf..' The'aUDt.. In .... I 1. W. CARB, T. P. A.or Tampa Fla. ;'J. 4.'J. .. . ., .::: 4N f., :... .. .
cueetlon told the boy; that his father Now Open for Business a .W;, J., aaa3.,P.,T.'ids t. C. W uns, O.. P.. A..Wilmington N. C.. ;
would bring him V new mother and In .. ... './ ,
Old
Patrick's
when the old gentleaaaa. rw o rued with Stand. TS't! ,. .' ,' -to tf't. IQ.

a lady whqr b..eI.eoa.fcJ..bl'. passed 'HEW: CHAIR..' ,,,' ,
her youthful day,,the boy was '*ad> :... -. .. .. .. """.' .. , .. - ..-, ._- .. - "-- ( k,
ly' dliappolnled and looking uP' as his afEW RAZORS '"
...
A.CA SOHtFr .t.- ItT in, "
oerotwr. <
father .with'si, diatlfled look be O=:W EVERYTHING .. .. < 7 V'MWfc J;
.said "Pa;10.'.. bean badly l "fooled; ; : Z'.: S'F:: : : : '

toe'* Hot sew ,he' old a. the,:d 1." n'. ....... "__" .'. .: .... . .' "! ...;." .. ,

,It, Our:be.'UIaI..aIDP I I. splendid statllen Gaarantccd.. '

'oundttldn,and Broadway baa a grand ,-.0" NO 't.'*v. "'-- Waters, ',&, (:$ G.rOCeJ'.CO( : ;:'
lake oa each old. of. At-Little Lka** .
} '.lew wn'the north and Lake Everwe: . 1 .lBBBle and BetoU Doctor. Irk.: ,
... on the aonth.\ f p.:A V.w1? AGNEW... ; '
i OnrDemocratle, : ;rooteir. 1 la".In-the G R'oRr: :' :$,

height I Of hto I g'ory' .. .The'water.. crop -1 ATTO a.M:Y ;AT'LAW.M.; ; .."..'1-I .. ,

I* abundant. and bUnaelfwive' aDd J. AWD'NOTAUT, : Pv uc< I :
'
.,proirnyV'-.j): Sriwaxing: -n' KISSIMMEE;'7tA. a" .fr, covnrit:Aeawt s..ire!: ft:' GINNIE ( '. .
Bd11rtfyr"Tand: 'a* the&'Rev.OayUnotto .
.rook .f.
iIo _
,: be ,bare; {.IU late:'to' ' \ :'
J br.AViL1SbN j ; .: : t l
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.?' *A U&uslr. be W at peace With't.be.;world e. : ...)
and All that are In the water thereof, ,' . Ji 4 NoT4. 'PU.L'lc.w-" 16.t' ... : i

.The'general" healtboitbeeommuattyloo *'.) STAT AT LAao.S.-( ; : ;
Real s'at...J ," .If.
,- Best.KISSINMEE. "stare Ii "
The road machine"i.'now5Inourmldet ; > .: : ..,. .
'-, I'LOauDA
and we..1*" prospective .Japaoeee, war to : : ) : ; ', :
particular ,:eicltement. :
sot causing< "' 71L ..
,, clve Havingfine 'I I
Our rifle Ul'l&'a4eIII'
: : :
: ,. racing : : ; ; .I
them a. warm reception' ,.If they.vUU.' ... ; Worth"from G.-A., .' :- ,
our shores during the prevent bestedterse Beach, I now offer big *erf loe& to' the .. it
and had"D rein, forced 1 by>> .pgbli.Terms on application..WAUTKB "

,about two hundred, :million. mo- .. BASS., SB.. : ', .'
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ALL. THE: LEADING! .:l; ,=,. 'J.J S OF '

DALEWHISKEY
WILLOW .



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Casa. Whiskies. Domestic! Brandies.
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!I.>*.<, 01 )b. a, . .. . .. 411 '7'? 01. 11\ I imI N.rj land/ !Kh' .. . . .21 '"7 I Ml 1
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.Inc rci trlVuirU' 127. .>nhf-r.'ltn! .\.1..4.. :, .. ... .. . ..:\11 9,85
id > IsrltosnortRte. 74Il.o.t. inner AI''':. I."k. . .y...., tl 1i. a 1S
.r 11.111"$ ",... Ilyo.. I :.s1 $
old .Prt-uthw! KyiFttfith'r -. . .,."..., f10 I Ml
( . - "' "0It Imported Wines' in ,Case. QTS. ... PREPAID[ .\ .:'

Irrmntil. Rye '.. ....Vbor'ii 00 MOD : .
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Port .i.', .. . 1s Mtxrtll* 140Fhrrry :
C Mull dlfrililwl. .. a sr l .. ..... ,.. ., .. l taiBnryU114 Seed J2.85. and we wit ship you In 'a pUU :
pct trip.I for .I'h: ,A M1 (. .T. .... .. . .. . .:. .. .,. 411I fOlU".f" 11' :\., f, I
11.... !: 'o ? I .. .. f cue with no (mark to bow 'conteoU. .
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,,'.....U....., O >o If9ttYe. ....filakvi' 1\\\ 147.; illrni- .. .. ..: .".,. .. IClarvl .1\1I WihliliivHli.cn. \> wu1' of WILLOW DALE RYE express prmld.Trr : ,

>XXXX t (....."II.. Wraps: | I 11Sh.IKun' ': In erase ...... ... ...... 76... '100 I heIi. It and if von don't find it all right and the j<. : ;
.rWI.Ic! ..)...._ ... ..n -V! ) 1 'J() tint. Qtmrl beat you ever Uited,' iid it back to 118 at our't' .
"t Cream: K. niwk..,.A..M .. 71Ml .. : Wi I o. H Minncn'n, Kxf a liry.... :I'" 4 inMiwl pent and your 2.85will be promptly refunded '

.1<...1.... ...I'..1\Mli-ey.40:,.... ....). O\; M> I t noI & A Coa'I..n| rt'hluif/ :" :4 till, 4 I4i ;Jw 't that a fair oiled ..
.II'llfJOI. I.' 1\ .. .. .2-\ I wl and Stout Remember we are distillers M when you bay
K" 'l::: 'Ilew MIRid I\le Beer per Dozen. u! from 118 yon eave Uie enormous profit of the dealers -
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lurk. k.yrrlY .-W 7H 1 :MI BUM Pair Ale ... ... *. pvrdnien SMl.ai and avoid all chance: of adulteration. Yon
1).1.,. M.ld . ..40 7'% I '011 1.1 ea'a $140.5. .t..,,', ", ,. AOAiitiimrf ore of retting: our whiskey just a* it come from!
1.wi, a.Itltnt.M *va. t .'\\0 I out ; BoK-h fla i ;;I i.sbel H I 40Aiiba our distillery without being tampered with in any .
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<>MC) mbr>df| Puritan Ky ...'.. .. .0 7'1 !MJIV) 'Wa V. .
liOKIru < r nm . ......0 7i ) Rye Whiskies by tha'Gallon. 11 you prefer com: whiskey. we will send you '
1 -
P.ul J"1. fill 1 2. IotarfuUqautaofoarALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN 0
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('0' 'Inilloo. .rtt ...40..40KrmnrkrTar 71 7.>, 1 I Ml Ml) Mountain141116."" / . .. .. .. .. per.. .Unn. 200 ? WHISKEY' $2.B0 express prepaid. 'You can't .' 6

,Brook. HI I Bolt 4HI Ubuidi : Rye .. .. .. :l0/ y bay a better.corn, whiskey, from &anybody.* at. '
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l .40 111II) Mountain 'pnll' Rye I 74 i t' ;
,-rhii.lboUt. III bond nM. .1 VIISO) Monulalu.rlug RIP XXX' rf 100 ,any price.: '
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j Ye-1..w l jibul' ....... Horse "hoe 7 year 0101. . I Fill Car guarantee of perfect aatlatactlon as.stake.money ..""Ii
lot Crow ., 1 W Kentucky rrl.1 .... 7 rear. olft.. " 3 .:.9 'refundedgoes with every auipment- 'Votl J..o "
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.' olden C"wn H) .: 400
White CookTvan deal with '..
see .. .. tlK"whna ae UH.owner .
ran no you
Echo Spring. II ... . .. . .. 4 60LebanusClub. "
W bilker) : 40Ktmmki 1 !MI ) ; .. r
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of million dollar . .
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: of IC. trek . :u: :s: : illSolar. and will do exactly we say ." :
I Bolt I lmore, SO ;Fe an old l 00 CRfLR1NSTl ,
Malt Whisky in tilass-Case Goods. .Ned Top I. reap .Id. .. .00) PIACONGA THE SWIFT CREEK DISTTLLING CO..

American Vat ... .... .'.40 75 160 use owvwwww ,. MACOM GA.
Duffiir M,,' tHauchei ... 4V 7* 1 :Iii Corn Whiskies by the Gallon. 0.- of 11tLa.esi DI 1.es ..... .... Siva tisk.'G I' ,\
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Stuns Mountain Wblw Corn.. ", 0 2 M ,
Domestic and Imported Gin in North Carolina Yellow Cora:: ,
1.'ears old u/i.i..i .......... *. .. I no .1 .... ... B BD
Glass. :Horth. Carolina Wilkes 44MiDtyorn,7yvan : '
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Gift fbn.ph._,... ., .,..40 711 1100. -Cora Olufrom.t lips.:............ .."..Vl:: .t-."..'. 'IOU:: o up .
Mobil Buck j. J.2.\ .70 1 e '
,11, Ixirllt Island, Endurance ;il: 611 10 And! all other Llqaon In proportion. ,.
WolfKcbl 1 dndlmln
# schuapprl. ..... .. 1 M .Gins. Rums and Brandies by the '," "
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Red Lion Gin 'k. .......2S M 1 .410 'BRANDS1lFORw '.... '
Uo 1erw Old Tom 01n . /" ,. .. . .... .126 ". "
Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported Holland .."'!..7..r... .. .. .. ..y..2. 7* 11pr"r ....
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Dnwar. ,,1.-1.1..1 1180 Peach. Brandy. yer pillon.,. .V.7ft .M and 4 OI .
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L William IV. V. AL p., a 00 Apple Brandy, frt Billon.-.2.M '.00 and 4r.
Black. and White "Scotch.. 2 00 California Braody. T.r callus ,...;.....0 10 ..oo
Biala l ...<149111 l ....,.. .,...+ 3M
tour vi, !rehab. .}..... 160 Ppri and Sherry ,Wines! by the T6s mater pig are .eLet.J arith t i eof

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W. G.....26: M 1 00 California aharrr. per .'IU>... l.W, S.OO and S.Ml .
. .Old H........ .N. c...............ffi! M I 00 Imported Port Win*, pw ."-.f..1I.IIO and .oo a'd tfo f .la tart Jacraa.MM! "
MivlaOorn. ........ ,.. ..:III '. M i eo Importad" Port ear boUilua;...... !''OO per boUl.
it ea....... Valleyt.r;....,..2jI M I MWirkaConner. Iiaportad Starry, per filtei, .100,, MM and a"'0 x6 r. 6 1 aria .p to th et
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Tbe Klsslmmee Valley Gazette the peace court and county judge's RoeaHeMondkixondki! ; 11JEI4DIfSJIOMUOIJ NAL
J. B. Stratton, of Peghorn visited court: Each court tried ona.case.,
-- -. Tamoa this week on business. Mr*. I'erdew and"her daughter, Mrs.
See our 5. 10 16 and 25 cent, counters ,
TELEPHONE H. 'J. Barnes, froman .
NO. 11.. Ail colors velvet Ribbon cash
. narrow a at the Store' You can getmany extended visit to Tsiledega Springs
n. C. Stanford Co.' low
useful articles at a very '

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY Thomas E. Wilson, Esq., a promt: price,. and a.present. with each purchase Ala.FOR KENT.-Two cottages. in O'Neal I"", Don't Buy Old Time Patterns....:;:

nent attorney of Sanford, spent. Tuesday & Osborne addition-one five room
'. w. B. 1IARRIt3.OfPialAL . In Klaslmmee. Miss Clyde Seymour left Wednesdaymorning and one. three-room. Apply; to .
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for Miami wbere she wIll W. L VAN'' DUZOR & Co.
--.'- Fine Hoe of watches a\".the Kissiinme spend some> time visiting relativesand Get the Ladies' Home Journal

WEATHER HEPORT.I8.ISB1. Drug Co. 5 frleD .. Editor W. B, Harris departed Monday '

A...... ___t1Ire'or w.... ...... Titans Dr.V.. C. Person, the well known night for a visit to his old home patterns. '''Exclusive styles perfect- .
des. tnr Orlando was In town Monday Patronlxe home Industry by getting In South C.r 1ID.. Us expects: be ;
on professional bu.IDe.... your bottled soda from the home tae absent! a week or ten days..Mr. fitting( ''thoroughly' 'up-to-date. You :
Call up 126 and your Orders. t ,
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1I.a. Mla'rrldar. Queen Quality Shoes, all styles- vrlllbe, properly filled. .- F. "M.- Tatman Is now making "
H. C. Stanford Co. lltf. J,,A. .LANCASTER.Mr. regular trips from'Rosalie'with his can get these. at our pattern counter., ..

. .. III" 1.20 Mr. W, B. Makinson left yesterday W. A. .McCool. of Beaver. launch hauling fish. He brought in price :' io and cents. ',' ,I,
. s.adar" .... .. ;18u..tQ over 6,000.pounds last night.! 15 .
. ... wt 10 .t4 for Baltimore, M. D., and othernorthern Falls Pa., arrived In town Wednesday '..

I MoMa,.,...... .. ....... Y1 70 .62,, parts. evening at >his place\ and south will of spend town. sometime Mr. Ingram,1the livery' m.n.'I.r .
w.dn..dar ....." .. .. Llghtsey ij|( preparing to raise egg plants on an o. w. D.AN'N
n..nI". .,:. '. .WI 71 Dock: .thegenial.. cattle Lady Essex: Shoes' for women aDd extensive scale. He IS >hauling considerable ; : a ,;,
magnate of Bartow and Turkey fert.lllUlr.0, his farm on .
Walkabout shoes for men. High '
Uamtoock, was la town Monday; Phone 14. KISS IMMEE ." ;
. L grade shoes at low prices. Call and Shingle creek for that' purpose. > .
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.I THE LOCAL FIELD.sA < handle his bread and and other
I'' Per horn merchant, left Monday nighton Sunday. 'Everyone invited "to' 'these produce of his oven.. Orders for, t .
business trip to South Carolina.
< a services.
bread, cakes or pies should hereafterbe
< ' telephoned or1. sent to the above University of the State of Florida Florida i Female tie
-... F. H. Lawson Is giving swat a IN. T. ''A. Bass. Br., who Iscoectedwith now ,, .
named firm. tf.
present with every purchase at the the Skipper Cattle GAINESVILLE.: : ''TALLAII488 fl.A

White Star.Laundry. -City.Bakery. Cash Store. Company at Barow,5 spent Tuesdaywith This town needs''a' good deal .of A high grade institution for youn* >A College for women, i iallel
in Kisslnmes.Lost.
Col. P. A. Vans Agnew v went .to Mrs. W. B. Johnston returned his family cleaning up yet.. The dust throughthe men, Offering Literary., Scientific,'EngIneering. -' In the South .
Osoeola School I prolonged drought filled up most I lege of'Liberal ....... "
New York yesterday.Fresh home Saturday night from a two -Near High .... .'Agricultural and Pedagogical .
relatives Bartow building last' Saturday, white silk of the gutters and 110w.t.h. are many. Teachers Softool#' 1
weelr.: visit to at .. C UI''''.
)I' stock garden and flower seed J shirt aDd white waist. Finder ,please pools of stagnant, . water In town. equipped a'I School of Flaw A , ,
' ''at the Klsslmmee Drug Co.. The City Bakery Is agent for the leave same at Park' Hotel., . Strong Faculty. : well Laboratories piano, pipe 0... Tol '. E '
White Star L.undrJ-the best In the It. LOUISE GREEN Not.iceI: have in1 raj, pasture .a ; thorough instruction, both; tare, elocution and physical ontare. .
The DU artesian. well at the CourtHouse State. 2-jear old stray colt-brown phllly, theoretical and practical; careful supervision A faculty; of able specialists: "' !. in .alt).
was.completed, last week... Mrs. M. L Breaker left Monday with small circle-brand on each jaw.: and. 'discipline. ; high moral departments. S S
y I I W B. iJ akln.on'le'JdoDda7.II'ljfh' \ night for Charleston and will spenda Owner eaAbave same by calling at
tone.Mo TUITION FREE!: ., Charges'for '
White shoes at cost, otyue quick, .at, visit Kansas New York *. ' 'K. D.'XJBBY, ; special -
for a to City, couple of weeks, with relations In my place tuitioncharges to Florida studentsv -instruction in tine arts reduced al,
,,1 Dana's. and other. points In the North and South Carolina.; Other expenses low.
very
minimum: New' .
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If the ladies who are theirsummer pulldl.
Mr. Jj.U. Steffee came down from Ea,,,. away For.catal and other information l'
: of construction.
{i Baying' purchased the Klsslmmee vacation'could only see their ltue, course Write for; p _
M.ooo. Oa. this week for a visit to ,, disconsolate. hubbies about the time .address c..IOfU-< S 5'
8) Creek. See those Matchless American Bottling Works I ,am;; prepared to I
Shingle
his family at Beauty Corseta. at H. C.,Stanford Co promptly supply bottled soft drinks. they ret.ul'o0 \ homes at eventide, ANDREW, SLEDD

jlJH New Idea Patterns.10 cents, at H. Prof.' W. B. Hinton left for his Phone 126 and your orders .will ,receive _might well, theymight'; laugh. ,.or they> ,. Pres. A. MURPHREE, Pres.

C. Stanford Co. home in after spend' prompt attention. Lanoasterr.Mr.INewlon cry.: S Joft4 sass:''

left few log some time pleasantly with. his Klsslmmee 11.tr. J.if1. : .. nI S. +
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friends. fand Dry Goods, Shoes, Y
4 days to visit Philadelphia and ) Is at work driving' the
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otber points tn the north, Six:: room cottage. for rent. or sale; four Inch well for Moon Adams on Tinware,'Glassware In fact almost I .._ : \ : rSummer

I" Ladles Shirt.Waists at a big re- Apply to A.iE. Bearden., 22-tf, their South: Clsslmmee celery.lowbere theycontemplate I ICaptain II everything at the Cash Store and geta '
Dann's.A raising present with. each purchase.P. . : "
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useful present with} every purchase Elder will conduct will be the here evening next Sunday services and at Rosalie this*week and spent several We have! not seen the new pension l : : ; ; 4ioods: : :" '..
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in The water
from five cents up. LAw' CashStore. the Methodist church days town law bllfrom other sources'' we learn ; .
low for bin to bring his boa.hroueb
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F. U. v hat it provides 'for pensions for' all
55 g% I the canal.. Confederate their widows.
veterans or
Done came In Wednesday See Embroideries and Insertions a JI
Mr. Robert *an
cattle H. C. Stanford Co. whereabouts If f there are any such In Ososola who
fromthe Hopkins. Lost, strayed or .t.oleo-an 1 ,
are not now receiving pensions they
ranche on the SL.-Johos. Jacob Wheeler, colored took on too of my row boat will be greatly should look
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matter and'put' int.hell'applloat.loa
appreciated by me. It ,Is a light. colorwith up Goods
large a load of firewater and upon .. Dry Glothing Shoe.s.I
Straw hats at and below- cost.,. atC his appearance before Mayor Murphy a blue band around the top.edge, :, ,

,,.Danns. Tuesday, received the. usual fine of 110. when last seen REV.ItTwas Cof tied BRTTTAIN.to the city As X etpect to be away from Klsimmee ., .

I For pent-Six ruom house in'good and 00..... dock. : about two weeks after the and.N tions. S ','.S . ,

1 )location. Apply at this office. FoR SAU>-A good Jersey milk: from J. W. Thompson the request of my customers who haveany

',, For Sale at a Bar< and four vacant lots, In and peach orchard on Shingle favor me with theirwork and '1 will A ti
cottage grove ,
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Commissioners were
t J W. SKYHOOK.: County C. Stanford owololf.he guarantee perfect satisfaction; ItC. STANFORDRU %
North Kissimmee. Mr. JL COMPNY
i: session! this week: for the purpose of other Creek,half Interest.' Tbeconsider 6PKAQTJB FLEMING.: : ilM1
4 ;' Commissionerswere equalizing ". theirlabora The old reliable cleaner.Dr. .
Allot the County found 1n another ation was $700.Mr <,) .
will
A. present at the. meeting. of the be . portion -, . e" " _
i( Board week. of this Issue.Dwellings -- Goldstein the weir known Optic .
> this .Charley. Swlndlas, of? South Specialist.who was here'.for the past '. 1 .. .
i1 ,I';' Phone. your wants we do the running. for- rent" 'aVRil to M, Carolina, arrived here Wednesday few days will return to ,Klsslmmee r. ,
,Tiller I morning from Lougbman to which Jvlv' 29- and remain until t
< Monday :,HARRIS, M. D. J. 8: MO .W&.
t F> KisanoncB DRUG COMPANY. I place he was carried by mistake. Be Saturday August* 3U. Have Qureyes
who la nowmerohaodlsing ?
Mr. L. P; Hughey,
is a nephew of Mr. Waab Swiddlas treated and fitted them! '
glasses to
In. Bradentown, was HARRIS: 'SANITORIUM.J
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I Lee employed on one of Ma]. Franklin'sgroves.
Time Bass has sold to the a few 12. early part e your eyes are your best friend.,,'Dont . ,
I, P&llf hporw'the. Cornel week greeting his many old friends, i neglect ,them Eyes examined free '
I. !propertytat Sou. all of whom were glad to shake his There Is still. general complaint of (Office at Hotel Inn.)V 30-2t.. ..ORLANDa.FLA: I'

\\ FOB SALE A good gentle grade- band again. mosquitoes. It is thought... It la The dredgeboat Klaslmmee was ,. i t i .
a I(. Jersey. milk cow.:, M, H. PORTER. the scarcity; of< minnows, which vis brought up from Southport last week A. Prjvate. }in8titUtion built ,and >eqUip d.twith. 'all modern ' .
|,> 2 -2tf Smoke Key West Havana, the. best causing ao many of the pesky insects.' and Is now at her old anchorage near conveniences for Surgical work and ,the care and.treatment,of ,
> 60 cigar online market. The waters. have not yet risen sufficiently Capt. 'Johnsou's dock, ..Caot; BlIIKoljfb" the sick, ; . -i : t" : .
,New barber shop at :Patrick's old11to.od. after'a. weeksvisit for the minnows get around and his crew baring completed : '
I Service by a tonsonial artist Miss ID Emma Fort Pierce Morgan with; her sister. ; .much. the bulkheading of the canal at Terms .Reasonable., Write for Particulars..; : ;y..
conversant with all the latest. fads In v will be laid ,
that place. The
dredge w.
returned to her recently' formed in
t.f Mrs. Effle Alderman, A company ..
.y;\ barberlng. home Klsslmmee .last Friday, accompanied which some Kissimmee'pe.ple are up until the water rises sufficiently to ,
i Mr. U. P. Jordan returned from a by her niece Miss Nannie interested Is the .Plneola Hydrated permit her passage'through the canal U.:'"

y i'ten day's visit to his cattle rancho .In Alderman__Fort Pierbe News Lime Company. :Tbe headquarters'of when the work of Impro'flol.he 'Kis- I . < '="..1'0A ,
., will be slnunee Rlver.wlll be re.umed. A '
u j' County Afonday.1i tbe company .at 'Plneola
The Ladles Home Journal. Patterns. Citrus county. Florida, and its business M..J.: Mr:WillsoD. 'J.'wbo' is attending ROLLINSJ'COLLEGE: :
[ Florshelm's$6'Psteotoxfoids area do not waste material, at DaDD:' will-be to manufacture commercial the National'Communication i
he Qorreot thing as to stile, oomfort, lime from lime rock which they ,
of Knights Templar' at Saratoga, .
t (eta Stanford Co. J. H. Walker madean n '
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at 5 i Commissioner hays In large quantities on tract .of \
New York,aenda of the
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001'rJ'' 5 additional inyestment' la' Kisslm- land owned by the company. W. L, which practically :' WINTER: PARK. FLORIDA. y U '" '
Dally Saratogian ; N .f'
this week..when, be purchased ., "
t It Is Major; Franklin now, be bavlng men property from his brother. Sheriff Walter Van Dntor of this. and\ ', P..president A. VansAgnw' !gives Its entire Space to the acts* and you are looking for a FlrsUclasa Institution of Leathlog& ,?, ....rdelightfully .. '..
? his of the company doing of .the convention. Mr IF located,'well',endowed and .. .. t.
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been promoted this position by lots formerly occupied by ; tboroughlys.gnl :-,, .
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.'Old Confederate VetBans our a 'Oollegete the place. It maintains ILighOradeCollege, ai Mu.lc4t
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of tbe; Florida delegation,
badge ArE.p..loD. Modern L.nguagelBusineea"snd' Stenograj
fire.Try.the ; nrs r+ ;
"' destroyed: by have associated with them Barry C. which is a'large tarpon scale, with Boarding facilities good and expenses: light. Fine .,gymnasium' ,. td w'a:;
|1'.1.Wanted.--One'.good 'second, band new barber shop: .Every Sloan' ,'who is also well known: here, a map of the Stateof Florida and t.t.po..... For full particulars: and'room reaervatugins address. k "',?,
of well-known .. .
*-horse Deering mowing machine; and up-to-date. Sharp retors and ably . the 'somber jthe'' "Commandaryprinted . .-. .. .

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whom the T Tr ,
cont.... _j, Liquid Sulphur quickly cures Ectema, T..t-- i

Fifty years ago 'c tor, Sore, Eruption, Blotches, and all ;

at which the flesh 'Skin ,,db......>s.i' Apply Hantiook's Liquid 1, i

1 1it' emies was served Hulphjir Ointment to tile face Justl/ tta you

mon. To-day go to bed and It will .noon,,give yon .a "

their race are smooth, velvety skin ;'k1
Taken Internally, Hancock's Liquid Sulphur .:t
- .. ., Zealand r and clean up the r.
purifies the blood
en, as well as "t t
the delay on the part Zealand, 1 complexion, A. taw 'Ioutulll.lo( hot water ,
pressed over Now
Itemed/ For Egg Sucldiig' Do, make the finest ot sulpUur baths. AHdrugglntii
to furnish alcoholburning1 ! \
The 'for taring a of our manufacturers vote.When IOU It. Sulphur Booklet( fret, it
$ following plan heatersand
stoves, the
lamps, :
Co..
dog of the egg sucking habit la other alcohol-using apparatus, ti\e'\ Islands, In the you" write Ilanoook; Liquid 8upbur) 'I'

recommended by a writer In The to those used in I I nineteenth Baltimore.Dr. Who '
Practical Farmer "Boil an egg and similar Gerptany. W. W. L ake. of Orlando( Fla.,
: this ,
have personally investigated that there were wonderful .
1% Is the most .
cured,
li In his wan mtytt '
while perfectly hot put 'manu .
matter and find that American oris in New remedy rO BuKema I have ever known" "
mouth and hold his Jaws down on It facturers are preparing to put on vided into tribes, :. .
until well 'burnt,, and he- will be future
I the market in the near lampsin unwrittenlaW. Running for office costs almost as
Afraid of eggs from: -that time on. which it has been found by care vation and: other I She="What do you think of his execution?" I automobile. '
much running an
-' fully conducted experiments that one The 'He-"I'm in favor. of it."-Front Punch.Device as '
Device.
'" Handy gallon -of alcohol will give as much a genius for war, s Argo Red Salmon Is 'the fish that

"To make a gritbox? ntfourgtleces light.. two, gallons ot kerosene. I ability la building, For Teaching Fractions! bined. that serviceable outing'suits, made Alaska valuable to the United '
from: an inch board like Fig. have also seen samples of cooking (ending stockades, School teachers assert that they jackets, skirts and many; other articles States. h hOur I

,3.. Then board up using half inch 'stoves, heaters and other alcohol using nced considerable little difficulty In teaching of dress are now being pro- ,

.tuff, a* shown in Fig. 2, by boring appliances which will Le on sale lulng them. experience 100 as duced. The new textile If so It maybe
to ,
numbers Is the."I.
small children up Idea of a charming woman "
two; holes In, back about two. inches In this country at an. early date.;"- The Maoris Impart this knowledge called, is cream colored, and maybe '
parents generally who t II Ignorant of her charms.
one
Senator Hansbrough. several arts. The to the child before it washed Without injuring the t..
of figures '
a with great care; surface, and is marketed.. for a' \ '
troubleDivides
to school. Their most ,e,
k orators 'they were : goes ridiculously small price. Sufficient COULD HARDLY TOTTER ABOUT.
-w 1 Rules Governing Horse Sales. L is called to produce a t
execution of rock xylolln, as It ,
The rules, covered very general; carving the < complete plain suit costs but two A Vivid Description of the Most In.

by statute law of the various States, three dollars. 'DoubUe s'a means
dwellings
their or sldious of Diseases
?
summarized by one of our horse ex
sacred enclosures. will soon be found by which the

changes are as follows: But the Maoris finer fabrics may be reproduced Miss Emma Shirley, Klllbuck. N. 1

The rules governing the present for their '- through the use of paper, to which T., writes: "Kidney disease mis1 -

popular system of selling horses at was designed to r 4,4, end nunierous 'Inventors are now .at terlously fastened itself
:
,
combination sales should me two:
auction at Journal. upon
work. Kansas City
decorate the body. -
be thoroughly considered and understood years ago and J
knew how to give ,
by all prospective, consignor! Crusoe" Was ,brought awful head ]
"Robinson
I the curves of his Ye Wlicrc
They; usually are very similar to the ural furrows,. the I 1Vrittcn. aches and dilly II IJ
following: A horse sold sound mUlt I I spoils. I was all unstrung J
countenance, the 1JV Referring to our\ article on "Rob
be perfectly sound in every way. A J weak and' \
.. the October
- everything was r inson Crusoe's bland
--- horse sold serviceably sound mus t could
,
Good Grit Box and Grata Feeder. sound His charm of the ; number, It is Interesting to learn that nervous
., be virtually a horse. scarc.lytotter..
roan which Defob penned his 1I
young house in
the
"': wind and eyes must be good, not about: Pains In the
from sides and one inch from top. sight, draped only Immortal classic; Is still standing 1'J
lame or sore In any way; the horse side and back completely -.
.. This box can be bung on two peg network of blue ; .
fl must be sound, barring slight i>lem- \0 I unnerved mo. My food distressed 'Jj
or nails or Inside of poulty house brown of his skin. 1
blemishes must not con. the
Ishes. These r looked badly and .
me,
<
convenient and> Whoever refused I.
and makes a very
stltute any unsoundness, and must deranged, I
noticeably : )
kidneys were
kinds of tortures
bos. Three protracted
sanitary; grit be nothing more than splints, slightly.. :
ttA. sank lower and tower until given up.
feed be kept separately: quired at every
grit or can Jp
pulled and a little rounding on the I ,ltBDoan's 1
6 R A and at this"critical time began "
to which the fowls have access at aU his life was :; 1.0
curb joints; 'above' all, he must not I Pills. Details are un .
Kidney
waste or foul It. his consent
times but"cannot own ,
have a bad looking curb, and must Twelve boxes cured me>
t It is well 'to let the front board extend ery. The men Into Fractions. necessary.
dot have a brand. .. I and I weigh six pounds moro than JJ
one and one-half Inches below ed In order to ---- -
He may be a little out In the fractions Into life"
task Is to Instill They saved my
'top of partitions by; notching to pre to be covered with ? ever before.
eDt grit from feeding Into the knees, but must not stand over on 'toolng, while for I the youthful 'mind. In the illustration .- Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. 1t 1f
,
1 the knees or ankles. He may havea a device for facilitating the Foster- lIlburn Co., Buffalo N. Y. ,
tough too freely. operation was "
little puff on the outside of the teaching ot fractions is shown. It
whence the term lI
.r lock, but must DOt have thoroughpin consists of a sphere divided into lF

.l'Broody liens as Mothers. : or boggy hock, ring-bone or jack,, them by the halves, and the halves again divided A Fisherman's Luck. .
There-
Graham tot the Ontario although he may naturally be> a little are of segments. The ex-Councilman : (
Professor left. They havo Into a number I In Surrey. Our Illustration While out riding
near Mltcham,
Station considers that' broody; hem coarse. jointed, .and front part of ern provinces of sphere is supported on wires on a depicts the back of Defoe'sresidence John Wellhaus saw his friend John tf

are preferable as mothers for chickens tocks must not be puffed. certain frame, the Individual section being and the second window Psch'ner: fishing for suckers' In Little "

.hatched In ,an Incubator. "The He Fray have slight scars or wire I apart as their prevented from rotating, but can from the ground at left of I1botographaUll Pine Creek. Invited to Join in the I]

beet plan," he says, "to get the marks, but these must not cause any Schools have nevertheless, be moved and separated lights the room In which )'outh'sravorlte sport the ex,Councilman In the absence j. "

broody hem to take the chicks Is to deformity of the body, legs or feet, which the Maori Tram each other. The sphere can be was born.From"The of fishing tackle, attached a ()

< the eighteenth ie must not have any scar from fisula the given a 11t
of the incubator on as continue into eighths, and pupil .. whirled it into midstream and patiently :
and allow her to or poll evil. He cannot havea of what -
or nineteenth day are practical ,demonstration andwatched for something -
waited
Incubator hip down, and if one hip Is r trifle o f learning Keep It to Yourself.Yoi I
latch them. When your itudenTs. Some of seems to him an Intricate problem. to turn up. Ills bobber' never &
hatch,1s over take a dozen or.fltteenchlckens'and 1 lower than the. other It must be Washington Star. have trouble, jour feelings string of fish was >
his
become large ;: Bank from view,
put them under the natural and no deformity like the are Injured your home Is not pleasant there '.: IIit
appeared -
hen after' dark. Even if they; hap. cap of a hip down. He must not have and they: are proud of ot ; Author of the Uncle ]U>mu* Stories,. your friends do nut treat you out of sight the, but water's suddenly surface an object 1 itb

pen.to 'differ in color from those i she idebonos or any; bad blemishes that especially obtained Joel Chandler Harris teller of the fairly, and things In general move on bill instead ot gills with
with
women a
bar hatched she will mother them nil will depreciate his value more thana stories is unpleasantly. Well, what of it? { IrIt
famous Uncle Remus scales and the
!
time that it feathers of ,
In place
t" the same. Ml you Give them to her trifle, but must be sound barring .lame white Women of 'ill"J' known almost everywhere. lie lives Keep it to )'oureel(. A smouldering motion ct a swan. ". 1'1
graceful
tn the ''daytime, she may not do so. light blemishes that do not hurt 1893.-National ;;: at Atl.aDtaGa., and is now fifty-eight fire can be found and extinguished, To cut the hoofc-froia the wbipla&swas ... .1r IItl
Never' neglect to give the hen. a him or change his value but very but when coals arc scattered, you the .
next
thorough dusting before giving' her little, and in no case more than the i tine. can't pick them up. Bury your ,sor but a .moment's work whizzed; like a "

any eggs If there Is one thing'more above mentioned blemishes. Car row. The place for sad and disgusting instant the long lash around tly..

'than another' that requires careful bruises. mustbe, of a ,temporary na- A Man of \ things} Is under the ground. A lariat through! the air circled y.t.
ob- t.II'
chickens Is not benefited by pulling the neck or the strange floating
attention in rearing :young To get a cut finger
ture.A shore *t was r
.It Is to keep,them free from ,lice. It bone sold to wind and'work Chard founder'of M off the plaster and exposing it to ject and when landed on .

lice; 'get upon them, from the hen lust have good wind. be a good Philadelphia, was somebody's eye. Charity covereth a' : found to be 'a wild "dipper" duck.- "' ,r.!

or elsewhere, a large proportion .of worker;,and not a cribber, and. everything er. It required multitude of sins. Things thus Mlllvale Valley Journal. ; ,*. bl

J*, them will be. almost sure to die." else goes with him, ntroductlon, and' ; + a covered are cured without a scar; (\. .; &.

-A horse sold for work, only must few succeeded. but once published and carried to n"" , ,. Women 8mokera.'Y" ". t.I\\/1WJ:<\: '1!!''1'<.\!:}'' !a,
?
f Jf Pruning Trees. e.a good worker, and' j.everthh1g* author of "The. meddling friends, there Is no'end The >majority ot,healthy women are I.
waste else with him." '/ to the trouble they may cause. Keep 1.(1
f Do .not allow-your trees to goes America" that destined to become wives,'mothers, or,
0 m large amount of their energy on I.. A horse sold at the halter is sold! genial Quaker, it to yourself. Troubles are transient at least aunts, nurses, or' guardians I

the development of unnecessarybranches lust as he stands without any re om. men who knew ; and, when a sorrow Is healed In some other capacity of the chlld.rf.n. ') I II It.aJ
hone must (ulfll comfort !it Is to
Tow their vitality into mend.' In all cases n eccentric and passed, what a Broadly speakIng'! the : aJt
the race.
those which are to remain. But do the bill as announced when sold. He was a say: "No one ever knew It. till It was of and moral up-bringing the t 1 t 0,

'.not go at the work of pruning, until Whether,''It Is ;single or double, ania Hospital, over." physical In their most critical yearsdevolves 'J 4 g'

you have looked the tree over from horses must bave all tile other quail- for the purpose cf young women Tobacco 01th
moldy
on
mil aides and satisfied yourself exactlyarbat ties recommended by; the auctioneer the support of THE RIPE FRUIT. mother a
to the nursing ,
is
injurious
needs doing. Never prune' : on when' on sale. An;" horse proving "Well, bow 1years '
child. Children
{ the. haphazard system,. or from a different, from the way be Is represented Joates?" asked and is a poison\ to the . '

!'.ease, of duty. Prune for results can ,b. rejected on examina brusque tones when very young, cannot thrivein .,' al'V.

that stand for Improvement Aim Ion of the buyer, which must be on "Just what II I an atmosphere of tobacco smoke. c')fd.

to.preserve a proper balance of head the day of the sale or within the required Stephen," replied _Madame ,

',r;, :without producing ,a stiff .formal time, according to the rulei rard wrote out a '.. G'kl' 'v a..t.

effect.! 'Cut weak wood, wherever sand and 'j
put con-ern.-Indiana Collars, of age. Mr. Harris, always A SMALL SECRET rlUI
found ejren It It does somewhat .
Coates ,,1
was of his.
wears his hat when he is at work, and Couldn't Understand the Taste to
:!disturb l ; .symmetrical outlines. The gentleman; pocket
Collar ha declares that he cannot engage Customers.Two f hihi
healthy branches
of
development Horse Attacl1 1ent. at the amount
profitably in, any; form ot literary -
will enable'yuto correct,, this fault
"What! You
Horse collars of the type that, open I labor without the familiar head coy- men were discuessfng the al
later Thin out the branches, where '
4 how much I
give ; .
at the top are generally'constructed ering. various food products now being sup h.eI.
too thick to ,allow a free circulation Incredulously.; ':.:, .
with the upper edges formed of plied in such variety and abundance. )
ot air, It is a most excellent must rA :
that are "Beggars Paper Trousers. \M said "I frequently soco
' leather binding pieces May Soon One, a grocer, ,
plan to cover ..every cut that Is made Stephen" replied .
sewed,across. The stitches soon become Sumclent attention has 'been directed try a package or so of any certain ,
with a thick coat ot paint. This prevents tb
"Give me back .
: worn.- antt the seam tips, the toward the warmth'ginerated article before offering It to 'my trade, ,
unnecessary loss' of ,sap, excludes will change It .w
I and' straw at the top of the collar pro- in the body by paper vests to demon- and in that way sometimes form a
{ rain, keeps awa'lnsecta
moment's
truding A horrso-collar"attachment, a pause."A strate the fact that there Is reason different idea. than my customers cam:
heal
, assists. the' wound to rapidly.! ; *, birdIn the
designed to avoid ,lhele disadvantages for serious consideration of paper have. t .'
; is shown here. The horse collar In the' bush, thee : garment manufacture. There have For Instance I thought I would I I tim.

1 The Alcohol Potato.r .- may be of any of the ordinary mildly replled'the been for some time past vests made try Postum Food Coffee, to see whatreason ,

:I ..f .am advise 'by the United forms and open at the' top. Metal another word ot paper, also cuffs, collars, shirt bosoms there was for :such a call for 0 no
him
-States Department of Agriculture clasps are secured. along the meet. wrote out a etc. but It has remained fora It. At breakfast I didn't like It and tOI

v that, tbe.1i."., recently; Imported ... five thousand firm in Saxony to spin narrow stripsof The Cubans are fighting for the,apple, supper proved the same, so I natur- Itli
..... His farm on but Uncle Sam will get It different lisi
samples of potatoes grown in Europe paper and cotton into finished fabrics \ allyconcluded that my taste was

'which'have been found to give a very delphia,was one ot common use. Paper and cotton -Cartoon from Wahre Jacob (Stuttgart from that .ot the customer atm
country, and
high percentage of alcohol and that ", often drove out and paper and wool are so com ). who bought it right along.

there are varieties) grown IB this that all 'A day; or two after, I waited! on a let
see was
.country, with., which the departmentIs lady 'who was buying a 25c package pce0trl> ;

now experimenting which. show a very; exacting and told her I couldn't understand ,'
and 'never ,
large starch content. In,view ,:of how one could fancy the
i i of his farm to ; 'wo
!
::1 tbeftct, as shown In the'report..of turn. In
It himself as he
the Committee ,on'Ways'and,Means I : 'I know just what Is the matter'ahe *"j I
Arriving one
perfecting the.. alcohol laws,that In than' usual, he said, 'you put the_coffee boileron wit!

't, the fiscal.year pt'1905,Germany used the stove for just fifteen minutes ao:
at not + in
Y, :1t48,18'bnshel.of potatoes la. the fence finding that he r ..t d and ten minutes of that time it simmered all
a
,production) ot- alcohol, there ,wouldf r rr wife . and perhaps five minutes it of''
man's ,
sV, .seem to be nov reason whr' In' many rI the boiled now If you" will have It left ce:

part:ot this country: the cultivation I proaching her ; to boll full fifteen minutes after it an,.

ot these special:. kinds of potatoes for nwoke ,commences to boll, you will find a ;' ati hitn
duties
y aiso In the producUon'of; alcohol to door.his After delicious Java-like beverage,. rich in

should not be found profitable by rard returned to food -value of gluten and phosphates,:: an.

.ourfarmers..:: so choice that you will never abandon u 'Jera

"* ''"..-,mattel oC great Importance ID: ing th man at It, particularly when you see the "
him for being
:. 'f relatloa.t the capacity,ot our farms r 'Td been here great gain in health.'" Well, I took Jel,

X ( to produce: practically' ; unlimited . ; another trial and lure enough I obi
.
for
spade,
a
:, .,). quantities'-of'; ',:the;' materials from J .. .1 ,joined the Postum army for good ne
of the collar at the.top, the "Kor you : \ I fat
)Which.JJbdUetrlal;alcohol is made"ta tog edges } and life ae.ml"orth living since

at-{: growth ot.thele edge of one clasp fitting into the eavItyot my 'hand" la ) have gotten rid of my old time. stomach y .J
r I clasp,.where It Is warm; ; replied! ,' Gov'
Las; (:ctopti dbes not exhaust toe soiLAfter.the the opposite Charged the mad kidney troubles. '

alcohol hat been extracted held In position, by) ,clinching tangs.Tatened Postvm Is no sort of inedlcine'butPare ria

from corD orpptatoes'thee. matarlali to the collar' ,at. the' top The British .. liquid food, and this; together t leg

I- .qr. "at lI"ler'leeabl.a. cattle 'feed,' is an adjustable. strap; and buckle of 12,000,000 : NURSERY;,OF'TUB! NEW' HEIR TO THE, THRONE OF SPAIN;: THE with a relief from coffee.worked"" .the. cee,

't fa,.*.blell.lot-lli,ther .ultimately find. :'Iq" prevent tb*' Joint from' becoming) line of '43,090; 'I .' 'YOUNO PR1NCK, OF TUB 'ASTURIAS. change.' "There's a Reason." omIT

(b ll''wa7 back'tothe land.; ,tr.lloant4 and to assure perfect riff- tlon' of ;:.OOOOO '-Le ndl.X11ultr'! ; Read "The toad. ,to, WellvlUev* inv, ,'? ,

"J ': ome disappplnjanentbas I, been ex. idltya' ? w.r..rs.- >pkgs.> . 01oo. :,
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all men. His. 4. -
mand that He be1 given pre-eminence ; In- !
Mrs. Emma Stolt of '
In every nan's life is not unreason One 'of th Avery & Company
able. If
obedience be the duty of ,
,
A SERMON every child to a loving'earthly' par- AppletonWisc nsin. Court tell ucome.O.. 1'0 ..

jpYTrie.aEvCft eat, who shall question the right of I West who ; J AvRy'--McMluAN;
God to make Uenca.laHimself. !jutyttwr tutvitfd' MM fo-_ ;frrwnar '1: emr .7 iU . .
VV/kNDER5c rf a1ollrtl e.,"obUiation of I began to : St.tMl stwier.7tbTBt:;, AtUuatA<< ,. Ov
; No man of perception will every remove soul I I _ !improve at mo-. _ ly The oonned) I -4Ll, uinw or-.

God from the world. No man can. ,
- The one great, obtrusive fact In life -, It -by MACfINERY4'I
that ; --- r rr rr ten '
Subject: constantly forces Itself
The First Com upon our -
ldmeDt.. attention, Is that God is. Harmony rL fort, the -.

with His laws brings us happiness. la ills, (

Brooklyn Discord with the verities of God puts Despite .
Irving N. Y.-Preaching at the a man Into hell. From the fact that r not cease.: -
Square Presbyterian Church. God is the ruler and life of the uni tAmed
Hamburg; avenue and verse _ _
Welrfleld we are bound to coaclude. that _
street on the theme "The for the could not < __
First Cohamandment. preservaticJn of His own in
thelastor. Rev. Ira tegrity and for our Own 'best development Finally _ _
Wemmellllenderlo1foolc: as his text it II obligatory'that we serve ward and I -
20:3: "Thou sbalt have no other the Lord our God and Him only. "Mr. ;
oda'betore Me." He said Then, too It is that 5L -- :: arguments, Value bat
necessory men .' :
Given to ________
a
polytheistic people who lived amid shall give God the-prime position in > to'decide .. and give
surroundings and their lives. In order to the glory of '_ _t
in by the hedged _: ', __ Sunday _(
worshipers of the Father-which '(41 : ; ;
cods this the many is the chief end-of ; an opaque,

force In thla commandment*'..'' .... .. '--"has-.. .as- much_. .man-and.. .11 4.a In S._order..._t.to the_..cultivation..-._ .., ':', k'';:. and jre- fUllabl rlok cnglnee, ollevv' aJ,
-- -- i* .I. UM.U iurrj. "me, u.i vuni. IB iiuuiesi wnnia inern.; FI1'S.8t. '!
call of time Sizes, Wheat $eparatere,
Jehovah i iI
men must ally .
undivided loyalty themselves with those '
at the hands of lilt spiritual and Re toftll'. *3
people la but the -godly elements and v'r "
demand of reason. ,"No man can Ideals in life that make for the high- ) Dr.H. B. !

aerve two masters," and be who est and the best, No man Is so well I I '__'_ .. __-,_
would try so to do !flnds out in what- rounded a man as he who measures MM*. BMMA VOLT.. There are

elect soever die department of life he may his lIt .worlt by spiritual and eternal Mrs. Emma Etolt lOOp Oneida St., Applet -- terial sub
test that this '1. a great standards. The opportunist has no .n, Wi... writei: of a piano .'
truth. Granting: God only tbe',averageof chance in God's Kingdom. The" career 1'eruna Ii.. done me a great deal of from 10 pro- '
human Intellectuality we must that II most a blessing to the in- good since I began taking; it. and I ant always -
*- agree that the Almighty knew what dividual and to mankind Is the one glad to peak a good word for it. : the side of BEST IMPKOTED SAWLtLO ( EAXTB. --
'
lie was about when He laH fast that is grounded godliness and dition Three yea ago I yes in a wretched Con ,How to Whit Large''Knglnee and Bellere suppliedpromptly.
,
with
claim upon the unified service of His whose works of righteousness are sod at ttackwhf time was, *bartna n core and dGivsp4fn.s lame To open : Procets.: hlngl'. Mill-"Corn' Mills,

chosen people. The history of poly- the result' of tbe Inward workings :- that 1 could not nioveirrJout. I had in properly, the boy Circular ..w..w T..th. *.t."t. Doge '
theism is the record of the of, a holy love/ The effort of flammation and and
deadening irritation,1 although I Steam
the Oovemore. Full line Engine aVMliraupplloa.
sert
_ _
of the can
best FOR
religious the rightly balanced used different
Instincts and man it, to be remedies they did me no
capabllltlei-ln most of good. stand the Send for free Catalegua' A1
man. and the story of use and to have the world
,
,the strife of the deities to mark and remember him as worth "A neighbor' who had been using Pe- the top ,
human secure puns advised m* to try it, and I ant gladthat' m Pal....
patronage. while. The
who
is opener
man most of
account ....
I did. I '* i '
to
began improve
Grant if )'ou wish that the first and whose memory will be I took it and I felt much, better.aa soon as entire top. ...lbs ...'
'
word is but the appreciation by Mosesof longest cherished is that man whose i "I thank you for your tine remedy It Is out In one -.t.e. WH1TB 'STAR'* -
the fundamental truths'wjilch 'God life is squared to tbe measure of godliness certainly a pod-tend to sick women. .
bad put Into the hearts of the revealed In Jesus Christ. Good- BUGGIES
best Catarrh tf till Internal Organs. Patience/ ,..
men of the Hebrew nation rather ness Is necessary to a lasting success. ..
MUM There Bertl White rr.
than a .p elftc. face-to-face The man who is the best manand *. Church others. q ..&
live revelation of Jehov. /1 will objec to- whoso. achievement is permanent la MOl Buffered write: with catarrh of the stomach b M ,aJ:::.:::;!; And t re ar en* BOW every aa escloatv on* of*time!* >>

_Moses..__ _L _alone_.and the truth la not the man who-- -.rvpC-- -- Cod--- -in- tha--- unity--.. bowel,and internal! organa_ Everything I SCALY ., VAMO08 VchiclM. Writ* and
<4 acnea. Tiie particular doctrines of love. ate veemed to. hurt me. I never hd a M all about la* "A-Oraoe*
YOU may hold as to Just what are .In the last place. the fruits of such I passage of the boweli.. without taking medi. Doctors and WORTHY AtUat* WHXXtaCatalec.
the means of divine self-revelation service..are satisfactory. A man may cine. I wa. >o tired morning, and ached PEOPLE BucgyC*
and Inspiration till the all over. 1 had a pain in my left aide and freed" 10 r
do soil and
not in arty way reap many harveststill bow-limited Uaota.Oa. .
affect the facts. his barns the least exerlipn or excitement, made sue .by 1 ... *or eduea-
Moses got the truth. be full but if be have hort of breath.
That Is' the point. It la of no communion with God he will "Small yon. wish a
secondary go "Now' after taking Pernna for nix bo.ln*.*
Importance what view you may bold hungry in tbe after life. What to''' month, I un aa well aa I ever wa. I'o- lower limb for
as to bow the truth Hank' Into his you is your money when God calls Tuna ha. wtirked wonders for me. I be- those limbs : Soore**, Inde
heart. Out this Is a digression. you to the heavenly places The lieve }*el'Unlia the bent medicine in the scarcely walk. .. guaran
"Thou shalt have no other gods amount of Christian character )'01,1' world and I recommend it to my friend" but mallj ." '. 4BA. -1

before Me." saId Jehovah. And the posses, not tbe coins that crowd your itching'w no -
darkest days of Israel were tbos purse will be the measure o( your the sores "
when she served the no-gods of the value then and there. What are your After 1 -
heattaeni. In this day and generation cloth-Mi when death's shroud encloses made a PILLOW
,
many peoples are In tbe midst ot the ;you? What are 'ou-you who have 9 The eruption THE BEST 'i

blackness of thick darkness" because worshiped at Ule' altar of your own Food on every part' : _I SHAM HOLDER .'
they serve too many and unworthy wisdom-when God puts you in the ProductsLIbby's and hand. _
Kods. The religious activities and balance? All these things are admittedly county and _
spiritual sensibilities of any nation unsubstantial. But the Finally, my
have more to do with its material wealth of God endures. The Christian was rapidly Neat convenient and i
success than shallow thinkers and who is clothed upon by Jesus I I after having /
cursory students of history are ready Christ shall ever be prepared to stand Corned Beef 1 thought 1 ... nfl frL12hL.

to admit. A high religious life has within the presence of Almighty God. I I and Cuticura .
fruit in a flue moraHt). A deep The wisdom of God is sufficient unto Is sv mild cured and perfectly boxes 1 was "f
moral consrlodsnessi finds expression I, the saving ot the soul and lasts for II cooked corned Beef mnd carefully wa rentoredk ing bed. Canbeuaed 1 .
in Clean and benlflcent conduct. And ever. If we would but reverse things ii packed in Lobby's Great White ferinf and au on iron or. wood bed .;:: _ _
good conduct concerns the health and make all the material elements' II. Kitcbena. It la prepared aa carefully too in vainly At2t01)I' steads. Guaranteed to

of all the departments of life w.hereln and all our intellectual abilities subservient Ii aa- you would* make It In 11. Hiram last ten years. W* have tf
human energy Is expended. A' na and subsidiary and subordinate II your Own kitChen: Aug. 18, 1008. _' thousands of satisfied cnito.

tion ot many gods will to,' reasons to tbe prime work of the spiritual I It has the characteristic and I ,men who are u.lnethem.. ______
that are easily perceived. soon de service of Jehovah life would be ii delicious flavor of the right kind - Careful instructions) with I

generate.' When men may play the more satisfactory. He who serves II of corned beef.>> Mr each purchase. ;,
,
god. agalnlt each .other for God gets money enough and eternal
personal Corned
II For'Qelch; fteVvkn.-IJbby'* : _
have ONC.SB.T
95
gain It Is easy to how life. The striver for eminence In'' _
compute long B.f. cut lot thin *ltc arrmned on a . ioS
it will be before and will Miss :r.RJt.Jt.. .XLTS t _
all social life will godliness uprightness be. platter and. (araJtkwi. "with LJbbr'a Chow
become corrupt. well-in the front of Heaven's society r 'Ch.Ak..te.pl.loc I Philadelphia CO. ATLANTA. CA.'
But much as we may be interested and will not want for recognition' ''i -dlth lor luncheon. ,. _ _
la the study of the effects of polythe among people whose approval Is .; dinner*c upper. Every, can .II

istic religions upon the conduct of worth.anything-here. The deepest Aril ruse aiinr IW I '
nations and willing .I to contemplate the evil and disastrous mind of man can attack Is to be found' aa4la. Ukey* guaranteed UNIVERSITY:

consequences of such religions upon In the appropriation ot the"eternal ,
' the entire life of a people. there is wisdom. of: ourGod.The, fruits of UII',. McHefflUkfcr. : I It.. : Of AOMICULTUItE. . -'

yet a more pointed application of the God-serving are peace.joy. contentment -; .' CbfcageI man's game ,:Engineering- Phartnary, TeachingVonatrf: aaaT
text that very properly may 'corn- purity eternal life. The prizes .... ... 44 Uutraotots. Board,8.80 a month.:: room: ....
mend our attention. of the world are fleeting. The jaerv --- flf Improvement Graduate 'aa>OM oresaost .. Law' _ _
You remember the story of ,the ing of God Is satisfactory: To him .- H. It. .. f trr. ndulrIalArta, Flnanao *4>d JoafBaltom. ALU
rich young maul) Well the trouble who- is faithful tbe reward is sure the only for Bulletins.. MHO c&: BMMHW, CIIaiNIIr, html..

with him was not that he-was rich world. Be* '
but that money was his god. Riches ;Mica Axle Grease meat la. & College, eG0L; OA.:

are no sin-it they are righteously Thoroughness .In Religion. ao.o.... Olll*.. fee' W._. I. Am*>,.....
naw bttUdlnm,.......trial.On.cliaaaa.._.ajad wlntaa *
To
acquired. be rich is to be tried- "How long halt ye Jbetween twoopinion's lengthens the life of the Figures may .band of*a.ih ru 001.....la k.Utk sad mnttaaloav ntt..n .*.Maaa..1..>,
fearfully tried. Money as a means *. ri..* .... .. Iba bMt a>aaU fmd..4.. r_llj of CTinUlWta'' Jaja.
? It the Lord be God follow bone- Jab" :: '
of
- to the service of God is '.ooon-.G'V'c. J being I I Oninii rial in j. J. B. KOKM.. jrea. IXM. ;
unmixed Him: but it Baal. then follow "* time'end tem couutahtsi "" ; ; ;b).Dfte..of. 5.m,r.e.i,M017 IIsIr.. >U rooaa.tak aUat 7ss .
Rood. Money as Mammon is damnation him." (1 Kings' 18 21.) "Thor power. W. HATTON.'P...-. VnOramnajat. ieoraf8.' _ _
to heart and mind and soul ough" then is the law here. Here per. Beat labrlcant lathe : -- ..

, alike.: Cah. considered as so much Is a call on the whole nature to serve world-contain* Argo Argo : .. TE LE .JltAJDHY
_ _
credit from
: the eternal storehouse ofGod's God. To ;you Christ must be all; let ',-_ powdered* Argo Argo "' '" 01" :T"or. o r,_......e.Lie.5
wealth' Is __
I capable of much Him be supreme. 'wblchi'formal -_ BUfIIlNE.4'08 V1'I.VIi; '1'Y.
.I good. Gold as greed and the 'gainer Make the best of yourself that I ..."" U N q,.. T IAIO ? ::,r ttl. -
of personal self-satisfaction alone isa you may be the better able to serve I Some men '

:I "curse.Aa and glorify Him. Bring to Him your 'I a smooth, Ion trips t.'l: : 1F1tcTs7w ". rnRERCWI B. 3.UCUVS.Its ''_ _
the :young man who to touched power of thought your acuteness of : bard coating on aria, sad olng '11','" lor
I tbe heart of Jesus allowed his bank: reasoning your wealth of Imagination I redncca friction.U7ouwaz2t7ouroutt. t: along. ......,1'..... I Old Reliable EYE WATER;

account to deter him -from the service your play of fancy, as well as JllaSotdhn i I .it It mrmr..Ce.c.thak.rt fait.entaalat_ lila, __
I God demanded of him. so many all the fervor of ;your soul. Jesus Is I I ].eool.. .id TCMbM .X i.....era .
of ua serve '.0 last and corn it .*........ sod ..Mv..vthf Sized _
money. ambition social Saviour and God then money aJ7 a eye. _______
I your your ; lad Sdi..I I It doa't a.rt wham. .ppll lad. _ _
demands and social preferment In- while it lasts rn It !. .. .
follow Him with your whole soul- -sreato :: oodBlldrn| doa't dr d It.
ri. ::
.ptead of Jehovah. The man who sacrifices always in all things, at all cost. With the axle with Mica I Tllepph,. I, .....I:%"I..I..r...cci.*or.a.h..d M.mtiiltLa. Meom..roldl.e.dad. IM.anod. W. ....>
all that is best within him both bands-that Is, with all your,, .cWWM.U I for..b......tar *r* Hd. .tlmdltlva .ad d. ....
upon the altar of money Is a might; earnestly-that is,, with all I Axle Grease. I A I <.IIM>I* _,.(._al.>..fc,*(..aall""r fukM.nun.M_br .DI"7'.u_. (Did _

fool. The next panic may sweep your soul serve Him who has given IrAithAR OIL,CDUAIY xse.s :o U R s EI nt P1C3LSIT PBUQ CO..BA.SO.Brt.tol,T..... _
him away and drag his wealth from Himself for you. With the heart IN .
bin. The woman who works herself believe. and with the mouth confess, '.' CUREDeivas
almost to death and makes a slave of that Jesus is Saviour and Lord.Dr.Guinnesa ---:: : 'DICKS ENGLISH, : & :' "I'':<..J l both matmp.la O ____
METIC!: .
,
her husband that they have only clvwi to \ha Quick
may Rogers. aid IO.OUO fOp-SY -
clear 'water ahead of them in __the i ij LUSTRATING to a FEW penon* 1 *. ti.( .. 4>tl> Relief.: 2- _
CAPUDiNE
octal swIm; will. when the e&d! is At\flndeolle"" : ,:"'b.51a.' 11. la 8 to*a>
p come. find that it Is all a farce and "At the last." BEND thU notice .!...!>.... daya t effect a permanent cvre
., that a )younger better looking richer CURES \ ..,... -. ia 30(0 60 0.7*. Trialtreatmelitgiveafre..l4othingcsn
'
It Is right to seek the good-wli: betslear'S
:.woman whose husband has more of all and to desire that they ALL ACHE8TrlalkatUaU Write Or.H.H.a_'.Ion*."I _
cash, now leads the social race. No men -' ...wll.t.. Bea B. *tIsnts,6PJ
/I'' speak well 01I but when we lie 1. AM 11I__.' PRACTICAL .
man can serve ambition for ambitions -
sake and keep his peace with down to die It will be an empty pillow ids; Mm* Atlanta, i ;: \ IT.

, God. Ambition selfish ambItion. I if this is all that we can rest Never Judge a woman's brilliancyby ('OL. 1 "'o'eaavIn5* soyt.tnsA.tliseptlewIlt
When we are through with life woman tbat.Pn
i mean. knows not God and respects on. the brightness her hair.Bloodanot Loss-Cbs
ot.
: 'F'REE
and all its applause and are await- w Colleges In Is :: Lease-
, no man. The rush for a place at the the final call we want some- IB year. '.u......... : P aiUp, improve her bealth J
ing AS....... end claim.
top, either In politics or society. Is are the HK8T. )
;
substantial than Chau- : \\ for 1tw..
\
! largely responsible for that deadening thing more a Kjr.e 1-O8ITION8. ; : .e-lvl 43J1001.is Ilen4 her absolutely free a large wni trial
When' the faces
salute. we Intnreited
In .
of the finer impulses and.tbatI' tauqua Are eured without pain In f>n. day by Leon.sedt' "Catalogue ....L 0, box ol Paxtlna with book of 1atrae> -
love grow'dim to. our vision and lions and
Golden Lotion. Ko oilier genuine teltlmonlal Send
stultification
of conscience: that in Eye ee college write for -
many circles, wo see to-day. we are lying In tile twilight of two remedy' In the world*cooling healing and. your name sad atldres on a postal cartL.aTflAI.IHELsZs'it. ,
worlds there are voices we.would for .leabpe.
But lest strengthening weak eyes. insist on l
we become -
: too destructive much rather/ hear than the plaudits having LwcinnrUl'i." It make strong eyes. .
let
f us consider the constructive and and the acclaim of our countrymen. Guaranteed or money refunded. UniggUtf _ _
I ', positive aspects of the commandment. and one'of them la"Well done good sail it at Hi ot*..or lorwarded'prepald oil re- _____
I To answer the query of those who'tftried and faithful servant; enter thou Into rnlpt of prlo l>y $). U. Leoiuudi A (.;0., feetlon. Such a* usual. eatarrh. pelvic l '
Him in His exegesis of the ten TampaFla catarrh and InflammaUon caused by femInine -
of Lord.
! the thy
joy _
Ulat .,
words Jesus promulgated the clinchIng sore eye* sore throat and _ _
j mouth.by direct local treatment. It*cur _ __
and. summarizing commandment When a man has a good Job he AlL atlve power over these trouble i* extra, _ _
r "Thou shalt KUn>S OF ordinary and give,, immediate '
love the Lord tby God should take out'e fire Insurance policy. relict. I'.
Spiritual Thousand
: with all thy heart and with all thy Helps Unbarf Fwindij, ommendlng of It women are tulng and reo*

i soul and with all thy mind. and with To him who walks in the'' Spirit drll.Irl.III, orb,.ms-ti.every Remember day.. Co however cent at _ _
. all thy strength." From the entiretyof all outward thlnys are spiritual ArgoJled Salmon can be served on : .* who IT COSTS> YOU mrriiumi TO TRY IT.
j of the heart and in its unity; with the helps and the spirit ot God makes any table. It can be served as It : THIS,Zt. PAXTOM,CO,UoatoB...Kaaa.

J, central and soul life; Intellectually itself felt not only from within us. comes from the can. or1' prepared In Light ,
-- and in the fulness of spiritual but also by things that border our many, palatable dishes. '
I strength; in short with the whole of paths that meet us in our walks. r '
: \ his being nian is to serve the one that are with us in our homes' LATH AND ",
true God the Father of our. Lprd through words spoken by friends and, A d1lmb tr mp has been arrested in HEALER KNOWN TO: SCIENCE. t' ..
., and of us. through the ongoing of time as it Berlin for begging lIe \used, a.phono ,SAWS "AND SU ; : *. Ken Irritating Allay Inflammation and *topa r- 'f .
.,
- There are three'reasons-to' enumerate enlightens and changes us.-Mount-* graph ""visiting-- private ,houses only' -caua. *bum AM strong instantly AS earbolio'old acid and'all harm! ** ati ,
'" cure >aDd ohronia *ora '
- no more-why should ford. where Us macbin&Volted.: out a Try : :
t# we nerve ; inflammation from any cause on man or beaat. *' "., 1
on
Jehovah. The first is that service U .. heartrending tale'of its owner's misfortunes. : . sore bead and, mop,' .Hatitfactioei pontiveljrt ,, I

obligatory; the second Is that It Is Meditations. .". .. _. .. ( ,. ., \ .', I "1/4
Adorned With Holy jM> -1
necessarjthe; third is that it Is sat JUftt.by CatK CKMT CVmtltfAt oI.. vw.a.J .. ",.I
.
isfactory.' : , Thou must keep thy memory clean. '
I At the centre of-all life stands and pure. as it Were a wedlock: chamber .

.God. the personal lovingFather; oft from all strange thoughts fan- 1k 4
'every man. tbe Creator of the material cles-and. Imaginations; and it must

i world. Back of Him we cannot be trimmed' and adorned -with holy' j1jIj''J t iitjtij j'j
legitimately, nor Is there any necessity meditations and virtues of Christ'slife 4'i

or;valid reason to do so.. As and -passion that God may continually .
and ever rest therein.-Rob->> _
**- oar Father He is the source and -

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