Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 26, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00291
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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WAS HAMPERED 'Byl I.toward t.to.tid..development plan! Rives more of possibilities the country; SANTA ROSA KICKS / I 'j -,-

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-THEKissimmee
NAVAL OFFICIALS than say that have 'ever been men -
OUT SALOONSCounty Aid r
THE See
tioned., Th.-project is not new, having drug XS
..., Co. ,
j i i been sprung before' the freeze by

Reason for Stopping ,Work on Key the several advantages! public-spirited;, to be derived men who by saw a Carried by Prohibitionists F.rCalaadcct&e'rere All. Sorts ., ;"' "; ':.' L


West End of,the Florida East short line from Orlando to'' watertransportation. After: a Very Spectacular WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. or I J.I"I '

Now tbai"t.he ques
host Extension.+ tion is.)being l agitated" again It isearoesti Campaign. \, .';','..

The Florida{ ast Coast Uailway hoped'the capital.,will be !In Milton, July 35 -SantuHosa.: ooutity We carry the largest and NEW THINGS.. .' t. :.',

has stopped all work on Us extension ve.tedto, make It Ito throughwith a has joined the prohibition forces most varied stockjof ourlline ."

below Knight's Key rush, and the development of this sec- after a most exciting campaign lawblch in. town. For "' :." '

The Key Wes Cltlcen Interviewed Lion' will Immediately 'take on new women '''and children enthusiastically t. We carry none but the 1 ,

W. J.' Krome, principal .assistant engineer growth. Let us have the electric fine ( participated''. With ban freshest and purest 'of drugs New Standard .

of the road, andjays; !n' part: by,allme oe.-Orlando Repurter. tar.. ne....,''.onl{' and 'prayers arid also at all times.. ta '

It Is useless 'with' refreshments, the temperance
to Ignore t.be'fact.. that a . Your
situation. Some Mosquitoes. element canvassed the prescriptions are filled
most serious exists so far as practically
by a Graduate in
Key West Is'concerned, )fr., Krome Residents( of Kisslnamee have bad entire county and .success .for them. besides five years'actual Pharmacy, Fashion Sheet Men'sWomen's' ,

has stopped all the work of construction occasion to make divers remarks is the result perience., et-:- "

below Knight's Key, about. mosquitoes .during. the "past' With Santa Rosa county dry' there "

'Construction work of air kinds Week or two, the little pests. having become 'will' be no saloons from Pensaoola to Doesn't this mean some I I. a ITS A BEAUTY r iI

.outhof Knight's Key Into be suspended so n loeorOu. and vicious. IfBut Jacksonville, a '''distance of 400 miles thing! ; ? ;;

for an IndeOniie period and as we are'not alone] In this respetw as The temperance people are rejoicing:, We carry sufficient help to I

fast arrangements can be perfectedto most. of our State'" exchanges 'record and 'will at once begin work to formulate -, "'deliver your packages withina It illustrates the ID Iuptodate /

take care of the labor force lit present -: the'same conditions In their1' cornrow i )l 'an organizationthe object of(i few moments after.the pur- i :
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at work' between that point. and rifles The following' from Des I which will be to prevent the shippingof I chase. 'This is not idle 1 styles :.Children'sWear ,

Key West, all workmen will{ I be transferred lolnes, Iowa*, indicates that even the intoxlcaots. Into the county' The boasting, but we want your; .'way that yriideHghtyou.

from this, end of f the. line. West II'ha\'lna-l1.a troubles with mosquitoes First reports] sent out. that the county business Und ,we know we, _
: had gone wet had no foundation, as '
"The action of the railroad can please: I
company "A swarm of mosquitoes,' millions the precincts heard from the first day ,
in this matter ,has been due solelyto .bo'wed . .
the continued and unwarranted In- In number, literally'stalled a Minneapolis a l decided majority 'for'thedry -' -

terferenue with & Sit. Louis railroad train at forces. .. .. .. .
construction ,
operations .J L. '"'
in the ladgely-last night. For two hours Kissimmee Drug Co. I *
vicinity of STANDARD
Key West The fditor'in South Carolina.Our j '
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he tied
which has been met with from the various heavily loaded train was up w !r;

local sources, particularly from by Its fight with the oests, and the 12D talented friend and schoolmate tCisaiinmee{ Fla.Paint I AT'' .

the authorities. assengers were almost.'crazed before Mr W. U. Harris (HUM) editor and t 1.KATZ'S
charge of the Key PATTERNS
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they escaped. proprietor of the KUslmmee Valley- -. I
West Naval Station. Some time
ago '"The attack was made early In theeyeoln. Gazette, of Klsslmmee, Fla., while on II I | iI ,
objection was raised by the Navy Department '
to the removal of material .,--just a. the No. 2 southbound a brief visit to his old home here, on -I .:lOcaWlSc None Higher ,

from the banks near Fleming Key.it{ p assenger started to pull out; of Monday called and spent an hour or I i f, , I
Jadgely. Because of-the hot weather two in pleasant conversation with .the' ,
being claimed that there was possibility
a
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of this material being needed the windows In the passenger coaches editor of the Gazette. Bro. Harris \ A.

had. 'been left open and the mosquitoes was accompanied by his IItt.le'a l a,
for the
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construction of
stalf
a torpedo -
driven from the marshes by the who since coming to Carolina, has i
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\ >n at that point. The matter was N/NtiVaKV''KN' ML WNeAMerNti__
rain, swarmed through toe windows, been son.ewhat sick of a. fever which r ''''''' .:
carried to Washington. U was then '
attacking the passengers. For a forced. hasty returp to the anxious
supposed theta. perfectly deflnlte understanding while the passengers attempted 'to wife and'mother In their' home city, Sunny South Stables
: had been reached,"and It
fight the pests with handkerchiefs and Klssimtnee. We, "BUI" and the ..
left .,
was to the Commandant of the
lands; but as they increased in number writer, are the only newspaper per. '
Key West station to put this agreement the conductor was finally appealed pushers that. came out from the old INGRAM '
in form. However, when this ,& .GILBERT Proprietors.
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to, and be stopoed the train. Hurricane school, where Uncle-. Bill H Y wN1NNNNNNNN w-:
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submitted'to .
agreement was the officials \ ..
For two hours the train wan stalled, Stone a !gentleman and a scholar, N -- } ,
of the railroad for their !
company and the driven from the was head boss and wielder of "
passengers expert .
toPv..d
signatures, It was found that'several BROADWAY s"lI ..
coaches, built fires along the rightofay the "hickory," and our little reunion 'LIYERYSALE.and'BOARDING; ,
changes had been made, the most serious { I h
making dense smudge .which after years lof separationand bard
,
of which provided that the railroad d ....
was then carried Into the coaches and work, called up some right spicy ...... laN..N. aw.,, -1 1tN.
company should replace any maUrial the mosquitoes finally driven out." recollections of those old days of and PaperImprove 'Well I.
removed not at the points from equipped with Now Btookand, -
precious memories boyhood's Vehicles
and
our .
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which 'it. was taken'but within the lie sou Just a K.of) P. happy hours of the ."campus. and protect jrour bouse. ; prepared to :meet; all demands -with :Perfect Satin.., :
bulkheads or retaining walls of the 'I will be pleased to bring cay 1907 5 'fa tlon' .
proposed torpedo station. Further It i is not often that a man who dies Clinton (S. C.) Gazette, sample books to',.our house and', : . i :,

the agreement provided that all ot the a charity subject is given.a funeral ''make any suggestions In the latest. ,
Barber-Floyd.
dredging and other operations in Key that goes down. one of' the largest Mr. K. S. Floyd the ..ell.kn1II'I'OC8ry decorations Drop me a card that and you I may will desire.cheerfully I'.. . HEAVY HAULING A ''SPECIALTY., i
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that in' the
West harbor should be under;the dl. ever, occurred community furnish estimates on paper. ,
rectlon. of the command of the Key. where the death took place. But. this merchant. of1' this city wasunited ,, and, painting, : i .:., ; .I i sIEORfiE !; :. Il er. "" """ .. I
in marriage last Sunday to "
Naval Station. laopened to the case of A.J. Gordon;
jt'West who died In Chicago short time Miss Leslie.Barber; 'daughter of '
a I
"Just. what the outcome will be I amusable ago. A BAI BUDDED '
After death It was discovered that be Mr. Sam Barberwho resides on ERas TREES: !
to say, but It I.. hardly possible 'Creek.
longed to the Knights of Pythias, Boar<<, : The ceremony wblebunlt.ed
that-any further\ work will be doneon and that explains the whole thing the destinies of the 'couple w. ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
this end of the line until after the. '
Oordon had been in Chicago for' a. conducted by Rev. M. A. Cossaboom IslesworthNurserJas. ''
road Is anl.bed0 Knfght's( .Key and pa.torof the Christian Church, at the ( r
year; when be was injured and died. ..
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la full operation to that point certslnly few[ days later, practically unknown home of the bride's parents. Only a DR W WEEDON .. .. "

,not before that time. few invited friends were present. CHASE A CO., PPOPRIETCHW> ..
,. Ae was penniless and 'died In a charity wjfr 3W.HO.r\iUj;tlraarre / 'i
)fl'. and Mrs Floyd start out on ..'Specialist. -Eve-"Ear." . '
',
hospital. His pockets were > ,r ,
t. Jr
Death of Mr. A. L Bearden.At their matrimonial with Lbebe.t. WVwill -
journey have ,
searched : ready for next l'aJ1. d Winter general
for something with which Nose and Throat. .... 'v ,
toe wishes of many friends, in which assortment> ; of Orange and Grapefruit fftoH& .. ?
1 o'clock last Saturday mornlnad.ath Identify him, and a card from, the Valley-Oaxette heartily joins.. .' .. Our trees are Trees- of' ..ar1e"e. ( ... ",,y "
dd5d.nod'.ll
? If1 rough Lemon and
claimed the spirit of Mr. A. E. Knights of; Pythias lodge to:,which p. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from lueectSpew y : '
or kind. + "
Bearden after. a long season' of suffering he belonged, at Menton, Mo., w asWas Abraham Lincoln Private Hospital, Ame ican. N'.I: All budded, from bearing trees In our row and therefore any true t* t.:: ., ,;..
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Dame. Our
skill a man who against all] odds\., facilities for erowtajr bursery stock '
against which the united found. This.was Qlteato, tee and are second to,
attained the highest honor a.. man tional Bank Building. Tampa:, none our trees areas lIne as money and twenty 1.1..r'a '
<
of physician and tender,ministrations. cellor Commander one' of the Chicago a leDee can.produce. We expel' .
could get In the. United. States. Bal- are making[ aspeciallythis oftbe
of his loved.ones, proved.unavailing lodges and aia' Investigation. was lards has attaineda Florida. famous California Valencia Late which Ia d8ltt.ill8d. to season become ,f '

Vr.vBearden was 'born at Clinton commenced. In the meantime the body place never equaled by any other Breast mono-maker la Florid.. Our Val.ncla buds comad4 I ,

8 C. March 27, being 47 was placed la a receiving "vault at a like remedy It Is a sure cure for duclnlE'.reot.trom the the best bearing t.ree. fo the district now. famous for'Pro.1 iatn ,'
I860, years Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Influensaand best.Valeacias In California.. ,t .
and 4 months of age at the time of t cemetery. The matter was cleared up all Pulmonary .dl..a.... Every ,

I 'his death. lie had been a resident and the funeral was held a few days mother should keep supplied with this W. L. WINN" Write. for Prices to J. W. HOARD,'Ootha, Fla... or calland see our,,'' Nur.Aw My

of Kfsslmmee for the past .twenty ago, 6,000 members of the Knights of wonderful cough medicine. Sold. by .series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R/1 ,''Y

I rears and duringtitmade ... period be had Pythias attending, and If was one of Roberson's Pharmacy. rrllwlolAl.AND.trwoaow. ,
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friends In the community the largest. that; was ever held in' ChiC.O. : 6c.A, Ia.A1..R.'''''''''+6rid 'lk' ''e &--- ''''_ ': "' i
many .. Notice .-......a-... ... _....--... rJ >rj.fcrfe .,
and Yet Gordon had neverattend ._. .,. "
be had chosen ubi. home, they All parties cattle in ...-- ..
will rea'I'Ino learn that he has passed ed lodge] : in Chicago' and-be was unknown known having at, :Mill I Slough pa.mlp..t.ure "

from among them there. He just belonged to the tore. are hereby requested to remove DR..J. W.. SIMPSON R. S. Floyd &; :Co. :

Mr. Bearden leaves a wife and five Order.-Sallna-_ .Journal,'Jaae 6j" them by June &>th.S52t HENRY, Sit.AS. J ., r_

children-two girls and three boys, DENTIST.

besides his mother and sister who Day, Goes Up fa life. Presbyterian ,Church Services. Office( over Osceola Pharmacy. > ;

were with him In his last hours. 1 In ,The S'uppreme Court_ofJFldrlda has The next preaching ...r1'lee'wm be OFFICE HOCBSJTelephone : >t 0 a."m. to 12 m.. 4H GRDCJgRS "

their affliction,they have the deepest affirmed the decision of the lower the second Sunday In August. I r 1:30: to 6:30p.: m.. H .

sympathy of our people. court In the case of B:.W. Day, con' J. K. NtrrnNO. Pastor. No. 78% Jun a, lyr flEW' -- -
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The funeral was.conducted by Rev vie ted in the Tampa courts of murder 4 FIRM NBW GOODS t. .-ix L : :

J. K. Nutting at'3:30: o'clock Sunday and sentenced to life imprisonment CONDENSED STATEMENTOf ; T. M. RIVERS. M. U. j I b.- i k.;

afternoon and the 'remains' were followed Day cut A. B. Wrenn to death with) the Condition, Physician and Surgeon.. , r

to the cemetery by a large a pocket knife ova night at the .Coast The State Bank of Kissimmee Office in Van Dutor Building. j Full Line of High' Grade Fresh r,..

concourse of friends. Line passenger station, the assault Family and FantV Groceries
_. i PHONBS-wfTlc I4S .ld..Q, S3IIIIMMIE. \,
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KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
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being one of the most atrocious 'th e R E E DELIVERY > '
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If
Card of Thanks. the city has known. He was regarded' At the Close of Business on June29th n... 4 i"i"F

w. take this method of returning as being a very I fortunate man inhaving 1907.IUtBOaaCU .1 'REVIVOHTOltff '

our heartfelt thanks to those friends escaped through verdict; the : 4I L Prices Right Klsslmnicc, r

'who so kindly lent their aid and sympathy death penalty. Since his release LND. and Discounts... .. ,.. ..I1S5.40S MOwdnfta YlTAim -.J
: during the Illness 'and demise upon bail be has continued his work ...... S.," SO .. ... y v v w-u.v
of our husband and father. 'Words as a mail transfer contractor. He i Isa 1Jaooq'... Promiiuu. 17.000011 HMaw .. .

; our appreciation of man of considerable family. Bonklas-NU..Furnltuhi FUtur. ".116& S3Cub.
.4annotexprees .
.Cull baa.cod DIM from Boat tf.TTO M .. .
tbesn. of friendship, In the hour I I I.
of affliction. .All The World Total BOMUM*.raXtfSM MLIABILITIES. THE .f I.."

that Ballard's snow Liniment I y ,Q 3L ZT", I e.'a..AWOI .10.R .. .
Knows t... ..
MRS A. E. BKAKOEN AND FAMILY. a oainoif.t .
has for Rheumatism C.plal6aek ,,. ....I 80.000 WSorpliM. :a-O: Z---- Y ........... ............... /. ,
no superior ..
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-.L. 12.MDOODBdhrUo ...-...w.la tt.ee.. .. is SM ( r
Qectric Line to Sanford- Stiff joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago FioAte. W 11 warfully aad.,......,.Onra.wh*...JMrateU.
: and all pains. Buy It, t"1lt. and you I Dl f.M.abr.e.N.. .. ...... ...d...., SSSOO .nt-..ear...........teas ..hood.a.. State, Bank' of'' Kissimmee!

The que''loa'of cheap freight! rates will always use' It. Any--body who I 11NPaooIte.... .................... 187.SWMColloettoM .eta...BOB..KKKTIT rrManr IS qnlakly Skolr yovtkfml.... ....i1 w, t by.- Kissittttuee. 'tPAIB ;
will soon be settled] by the building o I has used Ballard's Snow Liniment; 1 Is I .,.. 6SU -w.msus.eoeuL..1P.w.rP.wgSla.eq' ..-._ Eat "I..u, : ear...a .' Fla. C" i,
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*. line from Sanford to Orlando and a lly Ing proof of what it doesi All I I Total LlaWltdee..1._ .... .., .. .. rI w...... Draws.and osew., ..rf_.ew .- I ;.L. 7' '",
I .r.G\I.lIM. .... .
is to a trial] bottle tm..N 1 trdtwNe., waba _... m.toBsa vs carnrai.TOCKJMM.Mra ..... .. '4 r.
ask get
of : : ; :....
we you .
This .a e
from Orlando to .Klsslmmee: STATE OF FLORIDA. .,...at OmoW tM,,"" or_nt_ neatr_ a'{ ; NNON
Price 25o"' 60o and sU.OO.. Sold by .......' ., "" .&Antq......-.-._......1.atea" ..-. UA8IUTVPOSITOKS ., ,. 'M
matter has received much attention Roberson's Pharmacy., r. w sea.. .,ttr.l.ass1..lr.w..r M .-.. -...... w....... > :, j. J! lately, and togeth.r'witb'<'' other good I ,( that w ...... aatu.et.t tile 'MdI.... ..._.._.. .... :.IIriad.: hClJltl'l'Yr..oI'' .>'V'.*H.'- 1OOIPreairt eot! .. X79 u
''....utiea.,....flask,at w otr..d ere eI ,.. .
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things in store for Orlando,,this fall, Wanted.. _..Btlallolr r4 _U ........ pwew ...a- 1 d.aar'icIies .. asm ce..ha' Atte.
7. Ie tlasi ki'vwst : _
'f, -.t. It be......... .lo eft '
-Ulbe the taking up of this matter .........r4,.,........... Maw.. ...u.$&. S.Na..puss.N eta-E---,?: ; tr atWte ... .cu....i&< Boyd at'' I ittersipolsitA ...; $ 1, ,
and probable completion o* the !line. Lt.Bandh111,Cranes, Otters, Wood M.B.CAK40M. Cwhw .ir.es. ...... --I.. .: ra.:... 'j ,. all ,.at, eb N.. ...... ,II.

The benefits to be derived from this Docks and Big Fox Squirrels. ..Highprices STAT* or TLOKIDA. OMtr: Oniila. .tars.a...,.. MMGWIC*aroWntr.oar..s....... ada. etdeltt aForti.le _',l'Ot1ht 8mmUSlS'! !! SOLICtTBB.: ::" "

'floe ,are ..a.aliold, and.'oa'. 'outJocabout paid. Dr. Cecil French, Nat *tlw.n*.r4"r.55 sal 15 e7"wtswiW' :twdin..1W 1811I In Klsslmmee Fla::., by the ;t*>

alist, Washington, D, C. jlv 6 t-m. C. R'' KlaslnvBae O _
; for'projects J to Induce.immigraI ,; ''', 1'O"-UhtaI.u.1 Drug ? ct.nabta. t( I' :

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\- .c. '" sound more -that radde'kjf ao' ,
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lap like POSED AS, WHITE; GIRL:

ILMWl I ,S 'REVENGE ''Way engine/ than' gcltlujr anything a ;hell else P'In'tlie train' world under . !
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: "J3y JoveT I thought\ turning round Chlesgo Unlv r.:ty' Shocked''Discov m mgs.In Floiid : :{

'. In the direction from tihlcU, the grind'Ine ery'That One of IU Feminine r
# conicthat must be a
sound had
.a ORl i rliinowos, find lio 1ms /It/ ? our wind.

l ALAN! ':QUATERMAWb' 'GREATEST ADVENJJJR.L [ Vot, at you fellows know, there 1* iU'bee. .. .... .... "'" .... .... ..... .... .... .... .......-.................. ... ..... .... .... - ..,
[-no--mistaking"ihe 'soumt'mnde"by"arhinoceros A :"dUpaYcb! layih:: If ; Outsider May, B* Appointed.A
'
-- .. when ha gets/ wind of you, bees the fortune of Cecilia Johnson,*!*. / L'Engl."Matte. In Court. Washington dispatch ,js as follows
Anolhoi second and (hero nun the Cot Peter O. Knight and Wallace T. ,
By .Ii.. ,RIDERS HAGGARD. most tremcuiibiif crntliius: noise.Before ter of "Much-Mouth" Johnson, the negro P. Rsney. .' The fact bag become'.known,that! ex-
Stovall have ap.J1l1ed'to George e
". 1 could Ililut:: wliift to do be gambling king, 'whose Illicit trafflo Congressman Thomas Settle of Ashvllle. *- .'
a atldor tt" "Jfiny 8010'0. itlnrt Eie. ..._ j
... .,. .,,.,.. ......II'-.. ,....v ",- -y Core I ,could even get lift tho bush behind .> tai been the despair of the clty'i I Jr., solicitor of the crlmnal courtat N. 0., and A H. Price of Balis- {
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:: : : : : : : : ::: luuuder fiiil '.
r. burnt
: seemed to
uiq : for the of Information dorlecl.fQI'
Tampa filing C. have been
element tp; furnish thegrent- bury, ,N. ,,
. .. from reform ,
JOCaa e-""" -'""' "'- -""" ------' - -- there appeared, not el.rbt. yard" !
"wrClItA ..I ,'I>' .. against Claude L'Engle and ,J.' H: the-Florida federal JUdges l made;
'TEn, 1. :: "weicamolacroM. a trail like a ca'rt-roa. us, the front horn nnd wicked twiuk- est sensation ever uncovered ;in the .
of Judge S"'Ia'ne.wb.o
Reese of Tallahassee Sun In or vacant by the death
the ,
evidently, made by n great ,Jlel'tof. Huff eye of a huge (linrKln, ; ? rhinoceros. University of Chicago. As a leader of '
Continued puffalotvblcb' lead passed up'at dawnfrom Ho luiJ winded u* or my pipe,' I do not In the Rockefeller school and der that they 'might be prosecuted for came prominently before the country -
society
"' '1 hare Just breakfasted, and I hAd/ their feeding ,ground' In the know which, and after the fashion of th most exclusive criminal libel on account of the article by reason of .Impeachment .proceedings -
of
member of one $
n* soon aleUlI| the.:day here us nny- mashes, tq spend the }ay In the cool these bt'ltt'III:1d charged tip the"8 ent. a recently published In tbe Bun under Instituted against him in congrem -

where: ell v alt of tile'tI,11I nlls. I could not rise, I could( not' even .get societies, she posed ,for more than ,. the signature of J. H. Reese and alleging two year ago It is understood

":low. If you or /nny of (those Men This trail I followed boldly, for micli the CUll \1)1-1) had not tlw"11 three yeais as a white girl and won that Knight and Stovall entered ''that United States .Circuit Judge

walk one step bark from line and ,,'IUlI.1 there was Mew straight: down ,\ flint t was hblo to do was, to rollover her way to the top. of the "varsity social for
e* toward the canst I shall Are at you, nod' the mountain side-that 11. from the dl. I as far out of the monster's pathas leader." lnto-a conspiracy to get L'Englg away Pritchard has Indorsed Mr. Belle .t
.. Tallahassee during the last legUlature. the appointment; and that he Is being
yon know I (1on.t.ml. rectioii lu wUlch the,buffalo bad goneto tho bush would allow Cecilia Johnson ha ben a student from

The man'.fingered the spear,lie weaearryingluckily : ,me.About. Another second( and lio was over me, is.. the university for five years and :,Solicitor Jlaney says'l1). case seriously considered as' a-candidate..
oil ,tile guns were a mile farther on the forest bis great bulk lowering abate me like 1* not one which would'warrant him In When the matter of the Florida fed-

linefeed sgnlnit' the tree-and then began to get dense, and the nature of tl IlIoutalu.l1I, / upon, my word I* her !social triumph extended over the flllug an' Information'charging these eral judgeshlp vacancy was brought
turned as though to, walk away the Ills swell out of noa- greaer,-part of that period. ,
my
,the trail showed mo that I" ,must, be could not get two men with libel without the Issuing to the attention of prominent officials
others keeping their eyes filed upon. close to trite for a 'Week.Clrcmnstancra Her card was always ,the first to, be -
my game. I
their and havlog at the department of justice it wa
of warrant for arrest
I
Urn all fhe wblle.I Another two hundred yard, and the : Impressed It upon my filled In the numerous dances of the "
rose and covered him with the rifle, bush 'wan BO thick Hint bad it not beenfor IJ:1'11I0\'r-lIt\ least, irujipose so. university students, and her"compan7'wa. the usual, preliminary hearing admitted that Mr. Settle-was a 'formi!

and though hit kept.tip n brave appear the trail ''we could scarcely! .have, Ills hot breath blew upon( my face, sought after. by all the young before the county. or committing' magUtrate. dable! candidate for the honor

nee of unconcern! ; I smf'Hint he ,Will got through it. one of.lila front feet just missed tnylieiul. I Institution.The -- "But Mr. Settle is & citizen of ,
of the
bloods
glancing nervously at me all the time ,As H wan, flobo who carried my << and Ills bind one actually rod the slater Cot. Knight has left thew state with North Carolina. was the suggestion
When lie bad gone about twenty C eight-bora rifle (for'I had '(ho .570 ex upon the loose part cf my trousers and discovery that she la his family for Hot Springs Ark, to be offered ,
rds 1 spoke very quietly little bit of skin of: "Mush-JIou.h": JJohnaon was made _
two
:7 pieta in jny.li.ind), and the other pinched a JIlT "
ahout.thre. of four weeks and It "That makes no difference, was thereply
"X w,, Oobo," ,I. said:* "come baot'or:; men' whom I liad taken with met I s.iW: him pass OMT nip. lying an twas scarcely a month ago and since that gone
is said that nothing further will be "Judge Swayne was a citizen
1 shall Art. showed,, the very strongest dislike to ,upon\ my barb:, uud next second I time she1' has ben' dead to the exclusive ;
Of course, thIs tva taking a very going: any farther pointing, out that saw nonictliiiiff cline. .!' Society, The discovery, came as a done In the case until his return, when of Delaware."

,tick hand.I there was "no room'to run, awoy." My men were" a lithe licliiud, me, and blow to the, Coeds and men students warrants will be sworn out (or the arrest A Florida democrat' quoted as say.

bad no real right to kill CobVorI ? I told them that they need not come' therefore straight in (lid path of the such ot L'Engle and Reese and a preliminary Ins: "The people of our, slate: are '
alike who had never suspected '
anybody rise because he obje'tl'lI'to I 'unleos. they liked, but that I was ret rhinoceros hearing -obtained before the praying that tho federal udlctary will F.

running the rlslc of death by entering tnlnly going, on, and then, growloi ,One of them flung/ ).himself! backward a contingency. county judge, not be carpetbagged ,again.1* ;
the.territory i v of,a hostile chief.." ashamed, they en me. into the bulb, and thus avoided him. The young negress lives with her

vBnt' I felt that'' If -wished to: keep<< Another fifty yards, and ,the troll The second, with a wild yell sprang mother and brother at No. 4830 Wabash -, -

et up my authority It was absolutely net'-, opened Into a' little glade.I to Ills fret and bounded like an India avenue, a largo two.story brick Charges Against an Attorney, The Pensacola News the only after t

ssary that I should push matter to knelt down and peeped and peered 1. rubber bail rll; 1t- auto tbo aloe bush, house loaded with luxurious furnish A genuine surprise was sprung on I nocn paper in that city changed hands' ''

the last extremity short of actually) but no buft'alBconld I see. lunoius: veil among/ the gpikaa. ings. The oo-eda tell stories of wonderful the citizens of Miami, jut before the a few days ago, when announcement'

,hooting him. EvIdently) the herd< had broken vr Hut the (biid-it was my friend, Cosocould adjournment f' the circuit court the was made that W. B. Crawford formerly

1 -And; :I stood there, looking at Oerce.e here-I knew that from the spoor-nik! -- not liy any means get away. mirrors, gold chairs' and valuable past week, when Judge John C. Jones, of Tallahassee, but recently' '- ,t
a lion and keeping<< : the sl&bt of lilY; penetrated the opposite bush, In little( : lie uiflimgeil to gain 'hi:* feet, and paintings by old masters which
wl.h tho Journal had
morning
rifle In a dead line, for Gobo' ribs. troops. that waTitll.The adorn the reception rooms and the state's attorney., Died an action against purchased

4 Theo Gobo, feeling that the sltuatlo: 1 crossed'tlio/ : <11', and choosing online < rhinoceros wa charging:,; with front ball The lower front window Attorney George A Worlvy, to disbar the interest of I. B. Hllson,,
strained in. him from the practice of law before and had changed the name to the Pen-
iwa getting pare of spoor followed It for some sixtj.vanls his be-ndlow. 7 are barred and the back window:,* and '
"Don't, ,shoot boss," lie xhonted. when It became clear to in<' Ills great horn passed: between G doers are guarded by Immense Iron the courts in this 'state. The charge sacola Evening News, Mr. 'irawford an. 1

throwing"vp-lii hand; "I will comet that I was wirrounded by InifTnlo, and bo's legs, amt feeling:, something on lii* shutter and padlocks to prevent against Mr.. Worley are for deceit !In ounces that he will run the paper 'l

with you. >ct so dense was the cover that 1 could nose, ba jerked It up. the practice of his profession. The along different line. than those 'heretofore '
thieves! from carrying off the'cosU
{,thought .would. I answered
yon not are one. Away wont: Gobo high Into the nir. drat charge alleges that Mr. Worley followed and will be free from
quietly.. A fc\vyord! to my left I could hear lIe turned a complete somersault at decorations and plate.:. +
political 't
received fee of for the factions and cliques, although
I "You,aee, tate walk. about outdid.tWambe's one rubbing Us horns n./;alnst n tree, lie apes of the curve, mid ihe did so The university co-eds claim In selfdefense money pur .,"
country a. well a* In It." while from my'1ght came an occasional I caught eight of his face. for their aparent baste in taking pose of carr>Ing on a case in the federal democratic. I, D. Milson has been In, ,

,I I. ,After that I bud no more trouble, for low, thronty grunt which told It was gray with terror, and .his the girl to their hearts that she courts, and it U further alleged charge of the paper for the pakt three .

Oobo wa the ringleader, and when he me that I was uncomfortably near on mouth waICe! open. never would have been recognized as he had never practiced in that court. years, having purchased It while he .{f.i

'collapsed the others collapsed also old bull.I Down he came, right on to the"great American of The second charge alleges that Mr. was a resident of Tallahassee and',
other than good
\ .{Harmony being thus restored., wi crept on toward Mm with( bart beast's and, tiiit broke his fall. any an will
i my rump, IVorlty took fees on two ldes2ot a case, state printer. lie not be connected +,
,crossed the line, and oa the following In my mouth, ag gently as though 1 for him the rhinoceros family, owing to her light complexion.
: / Cut, luckily which was tried in the circuit court. with" tbe paper In the future1and ",
morning I begin shootingin good Her second In the university
were walking for a bet lift year
upon eggs! turned I
--- never IVorky has been for the vast several It I is itated that the entire force with
earnest'- -. ing every little bit of wood In my path lIe cl'lubed'trAll bt tLrousbthe aloe the was elected president of Kngle- :
i tcnAPTEB.... .' and placing It behind tne. lest It should bush only I missing the man who had wood House, one of the exclusive girl tears one of the leading attorney In faw exceptions, will be changed new ?

} ir.'jk. crack and warn the game. jumped Into It by about a. yard. :lubs. he-county., men taking tho places of the old em- .>

.,MOB' ma'. front -.- . Behind nIl'. in 1I11I:1eflip: came! my' Then ,followed a complication. One of the Phi Delta<< Phi society cJ. 1', Nix, city clerk, and treaaurer plo)'......

'Moving some six miles round three retainer, and I don't know which Tile sleeping buffalo on* the farther- girls declared that Cecilia Johnson ot the village of Danla, has been placed I

the base of the treat peak of which'X of them looked the most frightened. side of the bush, hearlntbo/ noise, lad claim to membership in the under arest by Sheriff Frohock on the Prominent citizens ot Orlando have i:

have spoken/we came the tame day toojne Presently Gobo touched my 14g.l I sprang: to his feet and' for n stcond.! no under arrest by Sheriff Frohock, on the organized for a wet and dry: campaign ''I'
of the fairest bits of African I looked round, and saw him pointing not knowing; what: to do, stood still. order, even though the had been a" ,(
(16.12( from the treasury ot that vllage. and will present .the necessary: pettllon -
country that ,I Jvave,,seen outside'(It slantwise toward the left. At that iustnnt tbs huge rhinoceros charter member of the society <
'
r rtag
Knknanaland. -- I lifted my bead a little'and peered blundered right upon bln, and get "We'all liked her very much until, The charge* were made by A. C. to the county commissioners pls.

-At thls.epot tbe,monntatn epnr' thai ,over a mass:of) creepers.' ting Ills torn beneath his stomach, we found out that she had deceived prost, president of the council and ( the into call an election to vote. i"t.

rues out .t right angle to the, great Beyond. thee creepers was, a dens gave blm such a fearful dig that the us," said ,this young 'oman.low. father-In-law of Mr. Nix' The arrest in the question In the fall. "r

range, which. stretches its mljtty bush of aharp-polnted aloes of that buffalo was turned ovee-on to his back ahe will have to take: the consetuences. has caused considerable comment. -
:loud-d14 length'north' arid south far kind of which the leaves project laterally while bis assailant went a most amazing A telegram has been received froj

a* the eye ran reach, sweeps inward and on the other side of the aloe, cropper over'bie carcass. .
After being at large for three Thomas J, L. Drown, president 0
,;with a vast and splendid curve.. not fifteen paces from us, :t made put; In another, moment, howerer'be was "
i1n
't 'This curvevmeatnres some five and the horn, neck, and the ridge'of the op. and wheeling round to the left HARGIS FREE AT LAST. month, H. Alfman, the last of the the state fair association, who ,Is",now 'f' J

thirty miles from pofnj to point?:, and back of tremendous old, bull.I crashed through the bush downhill toward ,- men charged' with padding the county New York city, that after vcon. <11'erence

took my eight-bore, and. getting payrolls In making repair to the with tbe rkllroad'umolale the .
across Its moon-flke segment the river the open country Final Caw Against Noted Feudist Ends
9'I' dashed,'a sliver line of,light;, ,- en my 'knee; prepared to, shoot him ,Instantly, tbe, whole place became In Acquittal. county court house at' Pensacola, was period ,for holding ,the next ,Florida, ;:

i' On*the farther aide of the' river 1. through the neck takingmy chance alive.:w1l1l:,alarming sound captured a-few days ago at dallatl.n, state ,fair.had. ? ben i agreed t.pon, nan.e .

a PleuureleQ sea of swelllng\ground, of cutting his spine. In every- direction troop' of snort- At Sandy: Hook, Ky,, Saturday mornIng Tenn'and; Sheriff Van Pelt left at 'once ))1,', February,3 in 29,,Inclusive, subject ."'

Ie mighty natural 'part covered with I had already covered him. a* well Ing buffalo charged through 'the forest Judge MoOdT'tnstructed the Jury for that point, and has returned with to,approval of the directors of the fair '
'
great' patches of bush, tome. of them a.* the aloe leaves would allow when wild with frlshruil/ "the Injuredbull in the caM of James Hargls; on trial ? 'f ,'- 'i' '
man' 'Airman issoclatlon
the' I alleged ;
prisoner It Is
i
'' a ,,,
be t
,being.many* .qnar ,mile In extent, gave a kind of sigh and lay down. on the farther shla of the bush for complicity In the assassination of '
:which'are. separated one from another I looked round la dismay. began to bellow like a mad tiling. Dr. B. D. Cox to the padded the payrolls of tinners h'
acquit prisoner.
What was to be,done ? who were' ai work under him and secured Although he has served less than
;fcy glades of grass land, broken here now ,1 lay quite ctlll, for a moment devoutly ,, -
and there with clump of ember trees, 1 could not see to shoot him lying praying& that,none of tbe eying This Is .the last case against Hargls a largo..sum of money during two months In the stale convict camps
.nd in tome instances curious Isolated down.even If my bullet(-would have: buffalo would for complicity In the assassination, of I the
by, come my way. the time the court house was being of' state, petitions for a pardon
kopples. and even,, by single pierced, the intervening aloes, which Then, ,when the dancer lessened I Pro B. D. Cox to acquit the prisoner. placed In condition from the damage fbr Joseph M. Andrews are' being clr-

crag of granite, that start Tip Into the would was doubtful and'' If I stood up he got on to my feet, shook myself and This i* tbe last case: against; Hargls done by the hurricane of last Septem culated, and are' being signed<< by a
either
'aIr as though they were' monument. ) run' away or) charge'me. looked around. for alleged complicity Inthe Breathitt '
ber. Men werfe scheduled the roll number of person Andrew. waa conicted -
I reflected nel' to conclusion upon
scarved ,
alld'Dot came
} by man, tombstones let the One of ray boys-be who bad thrownhimself county crime and Hargls walked from
1' by uatnre over the crave of ages gone. tbat the only'thing to' do was to backward into the bush-was a* receiving money $5 and 'IS(S per day of padding the payrolls: of Es-

On the welt this, beautiful plain 1* lie down.also/ for',I did not fancy wonderlny already :halt way up a tree. If heaven the,court a ,free, man. for thin class of'work,when It is charg cambia county by placing names of

bordered by the lonely mountain,:from after other buffalo In that dense had been at the top of it.he could not ed they only received $2.50 and $3 per ion on the road work pay roll who hsd
r .
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;the edge of which It .*x>ll. down toward bush. have climbed, quicker. PRINTERS' UNION.:.LIABLE. day never been In the employ of the'

(the fevcri-h' coast, but how far It.Tuna 1 If a buffalo lies down It Is car that: Cobo was tying: close to me, groaningrigorouily S county Only one charge) was pressd .,*

:to the north I cannot say-.eight day*' he must get up again sometime; so \ but, a* I suspected, quite Court Awards $3,500 Damage to an The
most severe penalty against him although there
ever Imposed were
[Journey, according to the natives, when It was only a' cone of patience-"fight-; unhurt; while from the nine bush Into
At I.I lost in the, meulreless''WI181p.; lug( the' fight of alt down," a* the Zulus which No. 3 had bounded like a tennis Expelled .Member.' In Escambla county or in West Florida a dozen more, and uponthls charge he

On the h'.ther-lbtde'of: tlieirlver! ?thocenery ,"yAccordingly ' jail came a succession of the mostierclug The United States oourt! at Seattle, in 'gambling cases was that imposed : was sentenced to serve four ,year fathe

E I'E it different. { I sat down and lighted a ?, yells. Wash.., has ordered The Seattle printtera' at Pensacola a few days ago upon penitentiary. Andrews was chair-

:Along the-edge ot,Its,banks\ where pipe thinking that tbe smell of, It I looked, and aw that tbe unfortu. ex-Police Officer W, C. Ward and man of the board of county commit-

\Itbe! land Is flat,',are ,green patches of might reach the buffalo and make him note fellow,was In a very tight; place.: union to pay $3,600 to an expelled George Suarcz, who were recently con.' loners when "he defrauded the county
swamp. set'up. A great spike! ot aloehad run through; member. The court decrees that a labor
vlcted of out of
of
being tbe proprietors of a sums ) money the amount of
: Then cornea a wide belt of besntifnl Buttbe wind 'was the wrong i'ay, the. back oC his skin waist belt, {though, union, even though not Incorporated
rails land,
9 ,and sloping up very gently'to the bor. lighted another. fashion that It was impossible for him a* a .partnership. to serve fifteen months In the

,Idea of the.forest. which, beginning at Afterward" : I .had mr cause to regret that to move, while within six: feet of him the state penitentiary without, the alternative Judge John W. Malone at Tallahas-

about a.thousand feet above the level Pipe. tbe Injured buffalo bull, thinking no T aypwed purpose of non-Incorpo : of paying a fine. Ex-Police see. has granted a temporary lajuno*

k; 4o..f the plain, clothes the mountain tidev1' Well, we squatted like this for be- doubt that he was the aggressor bellowed rating by. the labor unions, the court Omcer J.C Nlcholla.who pleaded guilty tidy restraining the trustee of the Insrnal -, '

i almost to Its crest, tween half and three-quarters of an and ramped\ get at him, tearing holds Is to 'avoid the liability l of an to being a proprietor and produced evidence improvement fund from selling '
In this forest hour,, till at last I began to heartily I incorparled organization. ,,
grew great trees, most grow at the thick aloes with his great showing' that Ward and Suares certain sections of
the land
.t, of them of the yellow wood species sick of tbe performance.It horn formerly is
.' Some of these trees are so lofty that Will about as dull a business as were the guilty men. and that he bad covered by the waters of Lake Jackt3
That no time was to be lost if I
.a brcl1a. their top branches would be the last hour of a comic opera.I WILL ARBITRATE GRIEVANCES. only had an Interest for one-nlght, was son Elbert N. Mabry of Lake Jackson ;
tvlshed to save the man' life was very,
:out ()f range of an ordinary shotgun. could hear buffalo snorting and eledr.go. sentenced to serve nine months at was complainant in the petition for' --0i

NI", Another peculiar thing about them 1 fe moving/ all round, and see the reil- seizins my eight-bore whIch was Strike of Telegrapher End PendingAn : hard labor or pay a ,fine of 200. Injunction which I is a test case brought
,that they are, ,for the mot part cov- beaked tie birds ,flying;) up off their ,
l fortunately uninjured. I took a pace,to Adjustment of Trouble. for tho property owners in the Lake
..red with a dense growth o( the ochcllaanoss. back with a'kind of bias something the' for ,tbe rhinoceros bad 'enlarged There Is indication Jackson
every that the
like that of an,English missel-thrush left After being out just a month, .the neighborhood, who are:oppos-
tbo bole in ,the bush, and aimed In the financial difficulties of the Fort Dallas tag the sale
Out of this moose tbe ati'l"cs'mann- but I'could not see a single buffalo. telegraph operator Oakland and of the Jake by the true

,actor-a' mosr excellent,, deep vpurple "A*'for my old bull,'I think he runst at tot;the on,point account of of,thebnffato's'shoulaVr.the position could. San Francisco offices,, of 'the Western National Bank at Miami will soon be tee. of

,,7p dye, -with which they stain '!tanned have s'cpt the sleep of the just for he. pot got a fair side shot for the heart Union and Postal.Telegraph companies adjusted and that the bank will be -

lildei, and' Also cloth when they happen, nevec' ::even stirred,,, w : As 1 did so I' taw that.tbe rhinoceros settled their strike Friday afternoon. again doing business at an early date. Sheriff Joseph P. Benne ,commltfedulclde
k.t. ':to 'get any otlthe latter A' '..Just, .*'I, was making "p"my mind Mr. Brown Mr
bad given the! .bill, a'tremendojis wound The operator almost unanimously voted McDonald and Mr. at his home in Starke by shoot-
': '
I do nottbink I ever' saw anything that,something mustbe done to ,lave In-the stomach'and tbat' the shock 'of I to return to work under the 'sam ,;Budge took A trip to New York for log his brains,out He was of a melancholy '',

'more.reinarkable< by a curious nolle. despondency
)ty of one of,these mighty,trees festooned grinding
: from top\ _.te-ibottom, .with\' trailing At first I thought that it innt I,be n out"' of, joint at the bullet hip. when,they went on strike, and to aibl ,ler; tq? come. to the assistance of the I.\ supposed to have been the cause qN
1 fired and tbe striking the
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'r. fwreath: of tbe sad-bued moss;In whlcli buffalo chewing: the' cud* but*" w sobliged ,houldeT/",, ,broke, U, and knocked thebuffalo irate their grievance and difference bank.,, Ve,"-few people in Miami who of t his rash act. There has been no

4 the wind whisper .gentlr; a. It*Uf s | to abandon the Idea because. down.. -had funds deposited with the Fort Dalla complaint! of the way'he,performed? his

them. the noise was too loud.round .' J knew that be could, not'get up anymore SWEDES FOR SAVANNAH. .. National, have. had any doubts Ine&ard duty Ho leave. a wife and' seversJ ;
i t i J-At a dintance J Jt look? like the gray: I shifted myself and ctare'dthrough became be was now Injured tore to the resumption of the bank children, ,
locks the cracks In the,bush In thedirection'
of Titan
a crowned
"with brightgreen' '
r. and aft notvrltliatandlng his terrific l Colony to Be Established by a StoneCutting -
.'
whence the sound seemed tocome ,
., Ieavet'and here and theretarred i Ad
.. w 1Ut'the rich bloom of orch'd-. ,'mnd once'I thought that I: saw : 'bellows! 1 scrambled" around to. where" .,I I_' ?- ( j Company. Governor Broward has Issued the following Preparations are being made,);" the "
lie was: .
t" ,f The; "flight of that, day wheal had l something gray, moving about fifty : There: he. lays glaring, ,furiously. and A colony ot Swede 1*, to brought.to death' warrant, -which name efcsacola members "of ''the 'Alabama, i
: ''opinion off.' but could not nVake certain. Ga. ,W August so ;es date of' execution umber
: t ajT ilttle:'difference/ with yards tearing; up the soil with Us horn:: ", Savannah by C. ; Wlnsteadt : : Manufacturers; ,Association.to "f
(
i ,4j t>o'"w01: camped apon'the 'edge"'of Although the grindingnoise, still con 'Stepping nip. ,to, wjthln two yards of the head of tbe Savannah Cut Stone George Mitchell Will Collier 'and- Ben" itertaia- the"membersof. q .organlsv*, '
1111*; great fprest. end oa the following tinned 1 could see nothing mote, so 'aimed company:, Land :on which to, build ,CCdioper'cmvloted'b'the"clrcult: Ionat' 'the '
him, 'I. 'atltlie:prtebrag.,of'hls' court :next "monthly 1 meetIpg i
I Jhiriklryc about jb.and ",
:\ >;l'o; out K1.VP oncebgeln 'nec.lt<< nhdIredQo'be'contln'aed.1'' : house for the colony,,has already been Of Hernando county:;Of'inurder'iA the witch I is >toconvene :
-.L ::v.t turpedanyattenUoa to;the'boftalc. .. ,/nPenssjola} Au.4gust !;'''
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p"ll" .of meat ,X 'deter- ." v*\ '" ;."' : . to'.J.; i' bought In the eastern part of the city..' : degree; ,and:'TValter: :Tyson: :'alsoconvicUd U' Tbta'wili.b.: thee.. first me tjns/ ;< r
If '
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."were.plenty: about,''be6 r* lookmg for pened.'." There ar* more duck In China, inn u by the 'company of which der., Kemp Holt, convicted In Santa ,Is expected.inasmuch Perm:' -l
as
truces .of elephants.: v"''''* .. Suddenly J from about forty,yards/ more. are'eaten, thin In aU,the rest 0? the'promoter.of;the enterprise Is11.. Rose county at;' the spring term cola' Is the 'nearest point for'' rtf,1\\;
ban halt pall. trans'eamp away,there came a tremendous snortj ,the world.( :-.ea.4r. ot of s large
Mot'tours, : * > r % ij 'H : ,,. court murder In the'first degree. number of ,the manufacturerse. "

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The 'parade of'the Benevolent and Advices', from", Seoul-. state that :'th. :
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': ", .' v or.. Protective: 'Order of Elks In .Philadel' 'emperor of Korea has' turned! over-"the. tie Q'sockaroundyqJ.1r w .

phia Thursday; was marked during its reins of government to hla: son. the' neck'1o'cu're!' it 4' ,

progress b7.the prostration,'from, h.eat. heir: apparent.- I x

of'an army of persons, estimated by the .. 'Briefly,, the emperor in, the Imperial
rescript of abdication ..his .
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expresses
police and hospital authorities at S.SOO. BALLARD'SSNOW ,
regret that during the forty-four
yearsof ,
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Never has there been 'such a whole.
bit reign national calamities have
sale prostration reported In the Qua- Jr SB
followed In succession and. the ,
rapid
'
ker City, For six hour the police '
people's Las become Aggravated '
distress so LINIMENT'
ambulance surgeons and the Red Cross '
that he'dermed It now time to
nurses were kept 'on 'the 'run jooklng ,
I a after persons who. collapsed under the transfer the crown to" the heir apparent :- 'will' euro that 'thrcit Iri1' 'abort order. "

: 4 . "scorching'rays of, the sun; and largely: In conformity" with' ancestral Ballird'a Snow Liniment txmetratea the poros, promofr',-r ,

because of 'their excellent: .''service but usages. -. Jncr} freo circulation glvlngr: tho.miwolea mora elaatlclty.RHEOMATtSMCtnSSPRAfrCjEWi.' .. .",
'resulted fatally: JTbe.throne, tottering with,-forty-four '
one cll
1 :; S:
I years of misrule' toppled Friday. Upon C'UR'es.
... .James Bow ley, axed 44 years, a, citi WOUNDS;,. OLD SORCS ''S'I1fF.JOJNrS..fiJ: ) .
Ills .rI" ,,'Vlacount tUyashi 'the foreign

zen. died In a hospital after being I BURNS AND ALL PAINS., > ,
oI : :'A ,.... stricken In the street TheTother stricken minister 'of. Japan, Was greetedby J 4n

: :-' ..p' 'persons''are sald'to be In. good condition fug 1Loo0'Japanese the who, .were. ,.expect: : .* GAVE INSTANT'RELIEF.JIr'/ "
anexatlon ot Korea.
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"J" "" with no prospect oi fatal results. The Henry Stone Proro;; Utah. write : "1 have tined DaUard'I ,a
.. .! A London special says: ,emperor Sno-w< Llntmojit for Neuralgia, Tooth< sr of Korea Is without a,friend among which upon application gD.-VO xno Instant relied I ".
: The can reoom-
Broad
parade
c ; ground was on
Cartoon by 1C L. Rumell, In Wniihinglon Poet. the governments of Europe! sufficient mend It nti bolny: the host, Liniment I have over used In cuing I
street distance ot three miles ,
for a pain caused from "
) Interested In the status of Neuralgia, etc.
lyj \the-- ancient '
'DepartmentDec.id north, and the same distance south of "
Navy s, the city hall.,-The paraders countermarched ?' Korean empire to interpose a PRlca:2sc."SOc.: AND $ .oo r4),

the last three miles'' back to word In bis- behalf. His majesty had ,
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to Send '
Only ,Our Newest always' been trlendy with Russia, and t'I
: the city hall so that they traversed Ballard 'Snow Liniment Co. '
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the outcome the Russo-Japanese
of ,war
the upwards of nine mll<<:a.\
: , Warships. to Pacific Those who succumbed were among was a great blow to him.. He even look 500-502 North Se ono Street,,

'. the spectators, ''jammed all along the ed to the United States for support ST. LOUIS,. -, M1. fTURj.
When Edwin' V. Morgan, who was
In' means
I street a'solid from, one end

t FiftyFighting: Vessels of the'line' to,the other It being egti American minister to 'Korea from July ''' .. .. ,
: Large and Small mated that five hundred thousand y people ; 26 until November" 29, 1905, when the !Sold and Recommended by '

Will Be. in Sight of San Francisco witnessed the march. The' temperature legation'was abolished, refused the request

; hovered' around ninety degrees, of the'emperor that he, take refuge For Sale at ROBERSON' DRUG-'
Iby January First.WORLD'S the at the time the ,
and the humidity :;was '' :'excessive: and at. legation "

as a consequence people sweltered. Japanese were' 'pressing the emperorto '
-sign.,a'''treaty giving Japan controlof KISSIMMEE''ItIVEE

WAR ON COLORED ELKS, ,the foreign affairs.ot, Korea. ,the '
GREATEST NAVAL REVIEW: : emperor of Korea was: greatly disappointed

Grand'Lodge of'Order' ,:Objects 'to Negroes .and 'the 'final' removalof;' the itbtiTE.tSTEAMER !:

Using'Their' Emblem; \ American' legation: was ,a great blow
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During the sessions In Philadelphia and disappointment to him.: Almost all Q '
Washington 1D.C.'-Two: ImportAnt Then, following the usual LILUB. STEAMER' ROSBADA I '
custom foreigners who knew the emperor con ,
decisions bave been reached by. tbe the. fleet would move southward toward -- of the grand lodge of Elks, It, was '' i. Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay 'Johnson, ,Jr.;' ,'
bldered
Navy Department concerning the announced Guantanomo for drill decided to establish a ,flag day for him cd ,well 'meaning' but
operationsand Regular ,,
to return. t
: program for the dispatch of target practice, but Instead of Elks on June 14th. A resolution was weak;;/man, and his n.t: ; the, present, .mee Tuesday eekly'trip.,' Basslnger sd Roseola leave.Klaslsa*,
,the Atlantic fleet to the Pacific-first. doing so this tall will ''regarded morning, and arrives,, Kisslmmee Fridayevening..
4r they go on the appointment crown prince, is not as an j
adopted calling for the of
D ". nly the newest and most modern ciulse to the Pacific.[ The proposition Special: Charter,Trips to Lake Ok eo>obe. and Fort, Iywe on the Ulll 1
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hue father.'A .
'*' ehlps will be sent, and secondly, the to vend the fleet to the Pacific at an a commission to devise ways and improvement on Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable..
average of captains of the ships will early date, that Is, :.his summer, has means to prosecute outsiders who use special from Toklo, Japan, cays The most picturesque Waterway in Florida '

l>e reduced from three to' five )'ear.. not been considered and will not be' ,the Elks emblems; A subsequent resolution Speculation Is rife among the .foreigners For' Passenger. and Freight Rates apply:"to' p.
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In addition planned to send considered unless there Is danger of calls In the 'city as to' the'' origin of CLAY' JOHNSON '
},. for appointment of a .' 8R.. 'Proprietor. o.
r along a flotilla,. of 'torpedo boat. destroyer an Immediate outbreak of hostilities
*. on the part of Japan, which, officers commission to confer with congress to the Idea of pressing the abdication' of '. < ''On board "IJHle.- KIsSImm\ .'Fl'. '

It 1. figured here that, without the do not believe Is at all likely. find means to prevent the use 'of the the retired governor' oft Korea.It .

r hips now on the Asiatic' station; Much greater difficulty would be emblem. ,Is definitely, known, however, that '
t there will be thirty-two warships in experienced ia' getting the*, big ships The Marquis ho'waa'only silent .
t Memphis lodge was authorized!! a spectator "
tight of San Francisco, by January 1. around to the Pacific now than five
# This number will Include the torpedo or six months later. The South Atlantic to prosecute the negro Elks In .that of, the event,' and that;,th. "Idea Alt :
boat" destroyers. Is now In midwInter,the weather. city In this connection a resolutionwas originated with the .premierMarquis r Disease Can be'Cured i\ ,

It also Is proposed to bring over Is unfavorable and much danger passed Veprlandlng the Newark; Salenjl strongly supported by the"ministers ., "
the Asiatic forces. Those which are might be encountered. Besides that,
considered real Ochtlng craft are the It is argued there Is no pressing'need; N. ?J. for electing a"man'said to bea 'of agriculture and' Justice, both Nothing but Old Occident to, "
Jilt four armored cruisers :'West ,VI r- for, their presence'there at this time. negro. A further measure' Instructs o( >whom' are strongly In favor of a f' Jtge and ,

Klnla. Maryland; Pennsylvania Whatever good effect may be had by passed reprimanding the Newark, N.J.. Ute of;exile In Japan fort' the .retired Cause ,Death.
Colorado'and the monitors Monterey, sending the ships-there. It Is Contended. .r ,
Some rznI5tbe'
lodge for electing a 'man said to be emperor. thought blood ,
and.Monadnock. These, added, will ;Will be produced by the announcement
give a total of thlrtjv !ght.< It also Is of the decision, , ,that they. are to, cedeaf.rl and If It'I."rouu4'l.bat'he"ls, : ; shed' before".the'abdicationrot"the; 'I' :Sy Dr.WJi\ :', Ziu rto Steoenton? '<
probable that when the plans for'the go later., h '. of ,negro extraction Ii'to ,expunge'.bls throne ,couldbe', effected, but fortunately r
( greatest of all navy reviews are perfected Of coune, if there ah uld. be 'an, name from the rolls.., ,. ,that,expectation was not fulfilled President' of tha:Balt'motfl.Co. ; Medical'AFsoclatlori: 7[. .
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''-4 even the smaller>cruisers and outbreak on the part of ,Jap n the '
alsO ?
f the gunboats will come over from plan to delay: the sending of the ships arid the aftermath Is .. ;likely to tt
ASla.and the total force will amount until next printer would be changed GOVERNOR, LEFT TH'E HALL.. 'pr ve'les sserlo'ua than preSent occurrences , .. ,
to' fltty !fighting 'Te..el./ great and Immediately. The Impression however r 4, '
at Seoul might Indicate.It .
S result i
a of the great.ihscovery antitoxin's mau'i'sllotte*
all.
which officers
1ND seek to convey is .
Association Is believed that the wisdom and
Announcement was. made at the that the fleet is not to be sent to the Alabama *Press Members three"score years and ten'will, soon be a myth. 'The twentieth
Navy 'Department' that"the'proposed Pacific-as It menace to'Japan or because -, Offended Comer. resourcefulness Marquis Ito will pro- century: medicine will makes disease,a' harmless;JDd""-,

voyage of the.battleship fleet to, the there Is any danger of ,war, After being'' Invited 'to address the rent .the spread 'of any agitation/'de- 'position and death by: accident andold''age'; 'o IIt,te: tIM .....,. ,

Pacific would In noway Interfere with which Is scouted, but rather to'demonstrate'our Alabama' Press Association at "'Mont signed to menace the general grease of .A 'of the day: ,.Surgery, electrotkersy:" n..-,. tm-f.tI1ssr

Gummer tbeplan raaneuvres'already arranged of the Atlantic for the I around the Horn ability In to the make event a of dash an gomery.Thursday night.! .'Governor"Comer Korea; ;, > "' t ,, t' : < ,.* ? ; jays are dally demonstratlng/tbe' ta4.klttlsstlt'tnsoseb.;ofit"
, .1 querable diseases, are.'leNtacto.; treataasstt,, sou. .Oruxtherapy.
fleet The decision has been made emergency. Whetheror.not the ships ,became offended! at resolutions of
that Rear-Admiral Evans, commanding will. 'be brought"back to the -Atlantic feree of a ''nature"'Dot''complimentaryto -"RULING AGAINST DEFENSE.; .. ,' ,the''' guttering 'clean- ,of. geaemMen' ., .a. ,Is b.
,
; the fleet, shall assemble his ves- Is a matter, for determination after coming a reality' "
$ eels for midsummer operations further developments. Next,Decem- him, and after expressing: : his regret Tbeuseotiuilmll.l. to produce antitoxins* Is not ',ample,:or',able,:to.meet: .. .'. '
some point on the New England coast I ber will be midsummer In the South ,at the treatment accorded him left the Testimony Anent"on.plracy :Against! the' demand;;; science must have 'human beings,, .
,> 'on August, 15. The' place has not yet Atlantic and conditions wjll' then be hall., Mine Owners Eliminated. This great obstacle however can be overpomeby using,the ,criminals Inour ,

been determined, as there" 'is no great favorable for the long cruise."' The resolution recited' that'while ,The. field,for argumentboth for the penitentiaries for, the production ofthe.anti-serumE"'A' law. staking,the;
haste In the matter. : ,t.; <.. In some naval quarters the opinion punishment '',
In the meantime the ships which- Is held still that the battleship fleet the governor had done much ,for the prosecution and detense'of WilliamD., the for certain ,crimes optional with the convicted-Imprisonment""on

,. may need repairs will be docked and will never go to the Pacific, and the state, ;he had' also ,done :great deal Haywopd. has'.been limited by Judge ODe, hand, Inoceulatlon with certain, disease'germs on the ;other-would' '
put In condition. Repairs are being Impression is given that the proposi- he* should not' have 'attempted..', The \\'Ood'who.: In a decision,handed dowsein solve the problem for all'time.' .With' the work 'In the band 'of experience
rushed on the >Connecticut which Is tion Is largely bluff for the, purposeof from men, chosen, for their;; medical acuftrll and not; by political.,Influence; human ,
association refused the court at Boise Fridays removed
Admiral Evans' .is to adopt resolutions produced antitoxin, .
flagshipbut this showing Japan what we would do icouU bo furnished which would supply the'medical pro.fesslon
being done so that other ships maybe in case It became necessary to have a and'there'was 'a-.lhel,... ssloD,. consideration b7'the j jury all evidence; for all. or'l1earlr: :aU, the known '"dlseaaea'due'to" germs.'U d'H'would"' (

sent to the Brooklyn yard for special large' fleet in Pacific waters., bearingon thel alleged conspiracy* by not be, dangerous to'the,subjects, .'
work-upon them as may be necessary These same officers believe 'that It DEPOSITORS WILL BE PAID. mine owners and'" others" 'against the' The antitoxin as now' produced by corporations"are placed*at so''high', ,jx
and for the further reason that would be a dangerous thing to leave
the ship has' not' completed her for- .Atlantic coast unprotected as It-1 -- Western :Federation"ot. Miners;,; :Judge: ]; figure .that they are' beyond the reach of the'poor.. and are. such,./drain apes, ,

,mal trials.. / ; :: 'would 'b. -In! the event'of> the .with- Receivers of Macon Exchange Bank Wood decided that .the defense bad the ,rich that a disinclination' their use is produced. ,. __,_ :.
The plan of docking the vessels for drawal of the entire battleship fleet. ,; Mske, Encouraging Report. made legal' ol1ne uon"ot the:MineOwpers" This "obatacle to the rapid development of the;I twentieth,century t mM1 ;

repairs was mapped out months ago At the same time they point out that The temporary receiver. of the Ex. 'Association;, the'Q1Utensl"'AIhence cine, could bo overcome by' generous state, and -munlelpal,.ald. .
and is now being carried out without the transfer of the fleet to the Pacific i The state now gives many thousands to the Agricultural college\ and ,experimental ""
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regard to the intended movement of and the abandonment of the Atlantic change Bank at :Macon, CTa., which- was' ,of' Colorado and the thePlnkertan, station In PrInce Georges county In order that methods,< for; torc-
the fleet to the Pacific. These repairs coast would be an'argument for a put,In their. anda .JulY.T.made' preliminary detective agency, aV; laying;; a foundation ing sprlng.onlons maybe' found or means to kill "plant louse, discovered.;;'
'would have been made had there large increase' In 'the' and the '
navy report Thursday to Judge for'the evidence' Introduced' ,Why not give, ''
by
as thousands antitoxin the
manyy- to an Institution', to protect:
,
been no decision reached for tb.mo"ement'to building of a corresponding battleship -' .
the Pacific. fleet for the Atlantic in order, Whipple, presiding In Bibb' superior, the defense ,to show that the. charge lives of Its,children? ;* : .- -

The New England manenyrea will that the country might be adequately:) court.'The receivers say that they are against HaY Ood and liarfo-defendants) I M .e'1s w

t completed some,time .in October. protected In both oceans r encouraged- to belleve' that by prudent- la the outcome ot a.conspiracy to exterminate ,Ztt, . ,

management the assets should realize a ,the federation.. '

_I' THE CRIME OF JINGOISM. I sufficient sum to pay>depositors, and Immediately. following the' anounce- : ; ...',

i credlttrs.ln full, and leave a dividendfor. meat of this decision argument. cow.tenced. -
New York City.-The population ot Ara American battleships Japan ha.1: stockholders, .' S r'.4.,: ; '
:Japan is less than 48000000. The only ten. Against our eight : ,

population ',of the*,United ,States Is ; class aid five second-class, armored I TELEGRAPHERS OBDURATE BRYAN STATES HIS POSITION. '
'nearly.86.000.000. cruisers Japan has nine. 'Againstour : ARE ,
,
f'
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The debt 'of"'Japan-taking' the nineteen protected cruisers Japan< -- .. :,I r ' ,, r"t
4; 'w s' ,'-'," .
has 'Government'Ownership "
'Statesman's Book figures seventeen. Thoe.'Outon' Ref .. Relegates. to the Rear
throughout to'tnaureunrformityofcomparisonis .,.,In, effective fighting, force the Strike Concessions J.t By G. ,J(' Chesterton. ;, : " "
about $916,000,000. American'superiority Is vastly,:pre Offered by Companies.The of; Railroads., 'l i , ,
I 11 I ,ttf ,yl'? <: ,:5M4'aeeMe , '.The net 'debt of the,United States, ponderant., This fact'is known to striking commercial telegraphers tWilliam' 'Jennings Bryan*does-not { '!'" .I
-t 64,486.657. Japan is paying from everyJapanese ,' statesman and to : 'NUMBER'' of brmiant books r''abonfrAmerlcah"iare been
four to six: per cent. ,Interest on Its every 'Intelligent''' 'Japanese' eitlxen; at a regular union' meeting In Oakland favor go/eminent. ownership a* apar. .- r_.'_', ,. .f written.of. late by:',the:ablest men nOr'aIlYe'for'ln.tanee.' ,

t foreign loans and from five to seven Yet,American jingoes are asking us ...California: 'Thursday, .refused to amount Iseua In the next campaign Re a' II I Hr.lienrJames:, and Mr0:-WeUe. On Y
per, cent on Its Internal .loans. One- to believe that Japan, in some fashionor accept concessions as framed by 'their '" :: IT' that' fools'rijsh.in where-sociologist the'prIDeJple' g
r-ViurUn' of thai, debt of, the, United another Is'secretly menacing tbv' believes first"In rigid regulation"and 1 A' fear;to tread-Twill'
_ ; : national executive: : committee. : :C venture, to suggest that the, .bails. of the,whole
States i Is at}f our,per i cent and, the peace of the United State/ t /*, : urges the states to' stand t at'for their : 'character is American
simply
rest at two and three percent. .*,--> ., The plain and obvious truth Is that Tbe'We.tern Union andPostal; Telegrah : .. its fextr me,solemnity, ,a solemnity, e
V Japan'* revenue Is.less'than, $250- Japan I. exhausted ftnanclall,/ that companies'. '' concessions were docllned ,- rights In"curbing. .i of:the corporatlonaand' ,which characterise of,all barbarians; a solemnity.which

', "'- ,OOO.OOO. while the k revenue of,;,the her"-population is ..tuClllnarunder, : They offered ,26' perkcent Increase ; the ;ff*ee*+..,.T Is Ircased in the austere; 'and,beardless facos of .Americans\
.;Unlted: States Is $76J.OOO.OOO.. Ja- burdens Imposed by the war with 'I und of American Indians *
'pan's total'Import anoTexports Russia, and that-her resources are so of-pay'and'would take'-back bands of the federal government. -TbilSr- ,This is the origin of the thing called'American .
the yearl9OS.lb06'wereonly; $4SO- far Inferior to those' of""the United all but three of the strikers: The he says Is"the current iiaue'of his .. a surprise,. but In America Ifls'a rituals We In Enibpe-like Europe humor, ;,

_, 000,000 ,while ','those;of itheUnlted! States that no responsible ,Japanese Po ltat-''Wo.ld 'reinstate 80', per 'cent paper. The Commoner. ,, short; riot'so much because It fs. erefore'anymorewitty; : a tory Ie
': \ statesman would ? but becaus..osre'l33
States were nearly 18,000,000,000. think of war exceptas of the strikers. ..
In the
thing us rebels against:
prolongation
'Against,,__' ,_ __.__ L twenty','. .,,,.. first, ..,-class ,_mocl'H" .. .- a last, resort .I OUTRAGE- for instance, an America aristocrat, of the.of smart a-merely set'gin.'a long"andrdull'freak thing.:Thu.1 ,.
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BY NIGHT-RIDERS.
-: 'CblcagoBanlVrecker'Discharged.: !. :Chlneee'ftppeal to'Roosevelt. .STATt RESTS ITS CASE.' dinner while the'English'aristocrat is content with-.uddenl,.' Jumplnar'
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back. We In the
.r 1 on your deeply civilized countries have k
The 'jury'*trying two' members'1 ot An.appeal has ,been made tolthe\ 'Haywood'Trl.aind .ct't. Farmer's.Thrashing Machine! '..Dynamited ' ,that:rebels against levityLw are too Jrollcal..to accept;iroriy'.faceW reached; to' a levity

the Steel Ball Company for complicity President''by the,leader of the .eb1-' The "" Because of His 1 Independence.A ., and for, a moment. But American humor arises from the sdddoirf ''e
MI.waukeeAYenue' nese reform'movement'for1 Boise fact that the ,
in wrecking the modifies- ; Idaho icans der. a
.threshing macbine'pw>}edsby'rToip tare ao serious that they tal eJ'even humor : .
> ; serlouslyA-London
tlon of the law ?
of Chicago excluding: Chinese '
State Bent 4Isap.ed' A specieot'Wedueeday) from Boise MAWL., Dally,
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Fields a' isoelatlon -
from this. ollntl' DQ firmerJ.WMdestroyed .
and was discharged. ) ; .' .
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The '
says: state ot Idaho'rests.content '. .
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,y: ' ''fi: : ...0::. ;: with :.the evidence. 'has' Introduced 1 1to ; : --Thursday'; morning1' on J the, : c ., N -1. ,.. .y,
( ."' .. t, -.. 1 I farm'of ptWorda't\' ; ?ak prpret.KyVby : : ; "White Man Lysd ted. G.n.LLf' Far Bart 1'1\'J

I""'..VIf I f' ,Mlnlmnmyot.Failures.., .Chattaaooga'Bondi"fio"? prove that'tWlUlam'nHa"OocI; : the ,dynamite that was. poncealed' In': the" Dock POie,.,; middle-aged 'white Seymour.. Scalding,. twenty)'yearsotd ,JI'
tn failures'the'nttmber'la' down 'to I 'At Chattanooga'Tean.'fire'banks'( secretary-treasurer of the"Western Federation wheat.'Two laborers\were.tadiyjnjnredj ) : :man. who had confessed assaulting and 1Fealth7.'W"? drowned la Lo-' 1,
the' the twen- took'the of Miners ,conspired to kill his nine-year-old atep..4augllter.-"u< '
lowest minimum of put entire- issue of fl.000.000 ; and had ,, cost Creek.'. Krobkfleld.OMO.-while
.t ty-flve years,..but JJtie liabilitiesrJ I city 'Improvfimeat.bonds,: each 'bank! therefore murdered: Brink I Steunenformergovernor..o -'i Fields been warned to join- tbiassociation taken from the Whltneld County jail; swimmlagin:'' :'dangerous.rpoR IBord
.. ,the Urgent with( one,exception, toe taking.an: equal..portlou5and.payingcash"therefor. before. ,'att'emptlnt t''thteabt at Dalton Qa4 and hanged to a'railroad ,that'
r *' raflkt
',ten rests,jpastr' 'V ,": ; _i .'':' j* ' .' ,1Z' ,- " ,,' ........,.,.t.,.-.' .,.., ,tierg: .,..st . | ,the,state. !"I t',,, 'I, : .viaduct I* the middle, of the city, take a; snapshot 4Ii.< 1fO, tl.wa' _ Iry

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,mad. JI .eermpa.d.nta a.lut .wW not b.. iwtt nEateratatUwPn.taAa.la > .nisi annually loll board feet -per! capita i* bul., ''f' STORE "Line. KISSIMMEE FLA. s:
Europe
'lu.1 f.. while the average for ..
Elmbn-. F4n,, 60 feet. per capita.Tablenumbcr : ------ -- --=-== _
I< ......aMs sail__. 2. trlres the lumbe : .

. 1907. cut.of the United States from 1880 to S; fl Bottle of "flerblne" FREE to Every Customer. 1 .

Friday, July 20 1900, and 'the figures are enormou ,.
.r and appalling The' estimated, t.ot..1cut
.
M1 i
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y The Orlando Sentinel looks a'ood<, is 706,312.000,000 board feet. O _, . -' '- I :;: '
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this the state of Michigan furnished i iUttle TERMS; : tl.
dead for
,, for a paper that has been Wit' .
cent, 1.
more' than 13 per Education. :
And Howard Institutions for Higher
Ferris .State .
i 80 long. Messrs Pennsylvania .. ) -
sonsin ]0 cent, ,
'are geulng out a rattling good paper. per and M Innesota $2 to $3 per Day.. .. '
little over 7 and 1.2 per cant '
The building of a railroad from Orlando 'a little more than 6per, ent., $10 to $14 per Week.

to, Melbourne is again belnj All know what immense quantities ol l University of the State of Florida Florida Female College i

agitated and the people of Orlandc lumber[ are used and ,shipped from GAINESVILLE. FLA. TALLAHASSEE.FLA, '. ' Meal Tickets, 21 Meals $10.

t ; are very hopeful that may,.Jet.ma'. his state, yet we are credited will A high grade Institution for younp A College for women, without a parallel
College
of the total output. In the South embracing a
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2 cent
nly linglneerincr
'* terlallte. > per Scientific
Florida are men, offering Literary, ot Liberal Arts a School for
The timber resources ot and Pedagogical Industrial Arts,
Agricultural School
Teachers, a
Petitions for a wet and dry elec..loowill lot uhllmlted. Between lumbermen. Courses. '. a School of Fine Arts, including ,.1
; : submitted to the."Orange County 'rod turpentine operators our forests Strong Faculty; well equipped laboratories piano pipe ore an, violin voice culture "
Commissioners at the first meeting ire being destroyed very rapidly. ; thorough Instruction, both elocution and physical cut ure.
} In October, and the election will. \ probably Chose who wish to build are finding theoretical and practical, careful supervision A faculty of able speclallm In all Harry W. Tliurman
November.. and discipline; high moral departments.
be held In his out when they Inquire the pl'lceof I
tfHKE Charges for special I
1
tone TUITION
Death:warrants have been issued lumber. It will, not. be long beforeI No tuition charges; to Florida stu Instruction In fine art reducedto !:. PROPRIETOR., .' i ii
for'tbe I will become necessary to plant dents. Other expense very low. a minimum. New bulldimrs In ,
from the executive office execution timber trees in Ibis Male. There are and other Information course of construction. Write for i,!' I
catalogue .
For ..
Mitel ,. .. -o : -r.!
George
of four murderers, and houBAnds of acres' of land In Flor) addressANDREW catalogue x ::! ::;! : .

-' eU, Will Cooler, Ben Cooper desirable for .farmag -
Ida. which are not MURPHREE Pres.
Walter Tyon, wbo will be hanged in SLEDD Pres. A. A. ,
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{ which have grown
yet
t Brooksvllle August 30th. Kemp Holt purpose and be made to grow jun28ctl Stetson
timber can
'Jlood :

i at of Milton Santa Rosa on the county same date.will be hanged ;robably.nother drop It would,by planting be wiser the to trees use John B. University I


A large number of person have eedllntrs of some variety that. will EI4DIESHOMUOURNALPATfERNSDon't i
T!! ] TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
suffered proBtratton from excessive ;row more rapidly than the yellow tOUK .COLLF.Ci.E$ AND FIVE

beat In the Northern cities during the tne.> Much of'the land could no DELANO, FLORIDA. .

I past week, and a number of death are oubt, be most profitably used for

' reported. Perhaps among: the number rowing camphor,,the sale of which Time Patterns Affiliated With University? of Chicago ,

f arc some of last winter's tourlsta rould buy more lumber than could Buy Old .. .- Th. utandardu am tho.. of the Onlvenltr of Chicago. 8tetn -
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O land in twice theenffth Collet. of Liberal Art* and \blcaro.: Kee th. cblaaco unit
; who hurried home to escape the Image be grown on the > '. Kniinxe. recvlv.ihtlr dOli'. from both stetson

'' toed danger of a'Florjda'gummer.. of time needed to produce the ,Iet.bn Coli.rataMt. of.Law.-Gra
1 ampbor.-FloriJa Agriculturalist.The Get the Ladies' Home Journal oUI..D.OaaloD.. Mecba.la'Art.-Meebadoal.. Civil JtIeerka1Itn.I".I"1
t .By act of the recent Florida lea'll C40n..1. T.cbeoloasa.d&cbo.t Training vuunwa of Lading tu d.Ki..... Slue now" bUlldlDC, OOitlfuulpntnl.
' lature the expense of the, State neform' Charlotte Harbor and North- Exclusive styles 'perfect- na M.nnnl *' bmt
methodshort.nd
patterns. .._ .nkln In all II* branch DookkevplDR by
-l) (
Marlanna( is of B .l
now Coll.c. .
'n y School at traffic and
ern railroad will open for cod T),00..I'hl.. flw'tlv. course*open IB other Department Lace Faculty

borne entirely br the State,except thecost uigust, 1 between its tidewater tsrrn- fitting, thoroughly up-to-date. You ommodloa bulldln Ac.d..7.-t+rdot".......l to enter. Harvard, Talc, Princeton.Cora.ll.
t .I Incurred by the!'sheriffs of the The latter point Ison Pr.p.ratery nm-rl.M collmea.
; nal aud Arcadia. )licbl..u.hlr.ao.nd l all
counter. Sr art.a la Its own building 2. Prlm&r7eI
these at School -I Kln< >
+a', t different counties' intranaponingchil-" > the Charlotte Harbor division of can get our pattern .. rammar Normal School a d Mod.l In "'|>aral. building Ibeaa tbool, eapaclally: prepare Public drbootteehers. .
; dren to the school. The law making .be Atlantic Coast Line, but it. is not ,.. dozen ." separate baUdtnc. iar..lsu/V,
piano
and cents. organ a
Price Mao'ic Sc"I.-A 110,000 pipe
t' .charge of fifty"Hollars for each inmate ' known whether any traffic arrangenente : 10 15 oour..01.mdy.Art .
U loruucb
7e"
rt bu been New .,..01 In.roMI ra.r.. model. .lc. .
; seas. from. a count1 re- have been made between thetwo School- and Initracton. They bold<1.....* from the'UDI ,.*
of 4*
f bus acuity proie..or. .
,; pealed: lines. The new line is understood C. "VV . DA'NN .Itjr I\I..U of. lTlrer,hlrago...t. Bucknell.lIarurd.'al.l'ol..Iy.. Dartmouth.Mleb., Mumble.... eDD..a, Tomato anal of,otb.r Wake a minion DnlvarslUaa.form dollar, Umlrrliia.endowment Tire..Bow.oln. an;

':The brlandoReporter-Star. is takinga o t serve some local nhospbate coin- vet t510.Ots.001n butldlnl.fAequipm.ut.nrlfquarter, beautiful with cotly fnrnlihlnit. laclud-
chapel
volume a
lt uo
few rapt at the ice'plant: in that anles> by its southbound traffic;, but Phone 14. KISSIMMEE, FLA. .ID.a endowed stained rlaw library window of over, T oil ptlntlng; llo.UW pipe orgaa; a O.OUI.baseball. wltb diamond oonplM.pparatu aM.
it has) no incoming commerce .:; an enclmvd Athletlo. Field running track. tnn ..court..
--city for ltoar'to'.uppll the outsider a. yet .betide..wlmmfng.ltolfrewlnll and otber .pnrt.; .para&e building(or men eM'omen

'1' world with Ice and neglecting .the 01 any consequence and it can only .ridironbe: ten 1.,.,. I.bo"'rlufor, Onemutryl. Pb...lo,*. .BicMMologr bell. Blmun,heat Mln.rolocf, oam.nt and walk Blolotyi,....1
... and.bo !!
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{ line of importance by ab-> fame muMtim a.mpna..hrobbry _Iat. musical and other
local trade. It says: "Orlando Is become a ....d. broad avenue.,iparlou and tome; literary
y i J. 8. MC EMAN.HARRIS' I'hrt.il.n and not aeetarlan taacblng.. Tbelooatloal*
It is .'
loLiimcoune ;
rl9 certainly getting to be a great: shipping orbtlon into a trunk system. R. L. HARRIS M. D. .lUd..D'.......11111 and club.tar healthful, and tb...peD_."low.
point. We now "b"ip Ice 'to, all b elleved to be! the intention of Itsullders SANITORIUM. For raUlufi.'Tlew.. olden and lnornail*o. addrc the Pr.ild.nl..
northward
a
points ..oft.be'gl: be-fod, all points onnection to continue, with the Seaboard in'hlch HULLEY Ph. D. LItt.''D': LL.'D. .
LINCOLN ,
to Orlando. So much ship.ping ,
,ship foe case it might have the benefit FLA
I makes us sea.ick.t.There of competition between the two. large ORLANDO, DtLAND ,FLA.
..teIDI.-Tampa Times. >
: is report current and also -. A Private,Institution built and equipped with .all modem

printed, In some' of ,out exchanges, For Sale. conveniences for Surgical work and the careand treatment of 9t 9 9 .9 .w- wW _- .IurJrjat

,that UM dread'disease, glanders, is to the alck. ", '. '" .. :. :,.., 'ii L :v\, \" ,:",\', 1 t, ':" i ' '' : .. m t
of land with good PHONE NO, 8. ...
Fifteen acres r .
,ome extent.abroad in Orange county five room bouse, furnished. Three I Terms Reasonable.. Write, fortParticnlarsx, ?. '>>'- '' '\ '1 f NORTHJKISSSIMMEE."..",; "" ,\\UAll'!! ..1<:". ",', t' I.,S ', '.r' ,' ,, ' ." ' 1 .... .)
Jacksonville Mer.ropollla 1 railroad station. "I. I '..IA'.I' #- f" A A i k s
:The, miles from tow' at 1" ":.. :"I iI'> ..I.4.{; _\!\ :" -" :

f that several horses and mules belong Price $550.00." easy terms. .. . " . ,.. ... 1Vt : '.
Ing to tbe'M. Oyerstreet CompanywereorderedkilledbytheState J.. M. WnxsoN JR. w-Jj .Griffin

; veterla- ,
t ,
". Going Out of Business.For DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtOO =
Cary surgeon. This isunfortunatenewsand ThurtmagTno
+ T' and means that great care must. be the next thirty days my entire t
r f'zerolsed'to pre.eothe spread of the ,stock of Dry Goods Shoes, Notions, W.L.VanDuzor&Co.BROKERS. Fancy Family Groceries J
Etc, will be sold at COST for CASH.W .
disease among the horses of this sec H SMITH. bro. .
pono'bion
lion.-rOrlandq Sentinel. ----'---'.- $ t. Fresh Meats. =

H J9av'T4>u noticed the'man 1''fields FOR SALE CHEAP ., Delluery Every pay at any Hour. Patronage Solicited.rIetlkt '
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-"- : Auto Cars Line.
A>| corn growing near the city. in all ; A.lt.6.6
directions? Some of the stalks twelve ESTATE e.aukdttltiMtrktea..fitdtisuet.A..A.
IF''SOLD QUICK I REAL ,
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La.e.
feet. high and .rt over a foot Leave Klsslmmse 6:45 a. m. -

Jn leD<<'b, Where is- the, fellow who The hotel "The Inn." .. AND INSURANCE Arrive Orlando 8.30 a..m.
i' Arrive Sanford 9:20: a. m. COMPLETE 'LINE OF THE BEST
KEEP A
said corn could not be raised in this The Van. Duzor corner. Leave Sanford 11:00 a. m. WE
4 vicinity? Dues be has taken to theb House. oOoooOOOOOOOOO Arrive Orlando 12:10: p. m. .
The Okechobee
Hat,woods;: His assertion was false; -' Leave Orlando 2:30 p. m.

'Just as Rood corn can be:raised here The Waring cottage. Arrive Kissimmee 4:00 p. m. WHISKEY WINES- AND BEER.

whore if It ''Ia' properly" cul The old Makinson corner SHOP ,
; as any CITY BARBER ; Connectlngwlth. Seaboard ft. R. at

tivated. Oak leaves and barn manure Two cottages and one lot'on Orlando and theidClydeboat: at Sanford .... .

4 make the'best. fertlllter;; also put the O'Neal Addition. going north.
.a little manure from the hennery in Now Open for Businessin SALOON. .
,Orange grove, horse, wagon andharness Fare same as railroads. WHITE ROSE
1 the bottom of ,each hill.-Orlando Patrick's Old Stand.
k Beporter.8tar.. cow and bull calf HARRY W. THURMAN. President.
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The property of Harry W. Thur- NEW CHAIR Capt.C. E. Burns, Vice President; T.Daily'Sed'y '
I .A Mosquito Tbe y. and Tress. -- NETTLES & .1
I. H. CO. ; ,
4 man. Apply to the owner or Jas. NEW RAZORS ., };
It The question of why the mosquitoes \
.' "' Willson, Kissimmee, Fla. EVERYTHING 4The.o
ahould be .o..fter.a lone drought. NEW
-' bas beeD discussed a 'good -deallately. Terms ea y-pari'may. remain on .-WEARE AGENTS FOB- :: 3.66: Orlando :f'1a.: ::1

.' The most plausable ,theory mortgage. ..Satisfaction Guaranteed... - -::
we have heard advanced so, far is International Harvester Co.

r .that the minnows that fed on the mosjulto fi
MACHINERY ,
COMPANY.
PAV. MALSBY
Of NO
larvae, being killed by fobe'PODda' Osceola Gasoline Engines.The '
+ .' County .JACUCSQNVILL_| "PLA I.
? drytngnp, leave ,the mosquito .
.
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B74.' i
tt to breed free from its ..naturalnemles. p A. VANS' AGNEW, Best on the Market. We Lees Dlataac ,

.. ,Anyway, the pests'are here Abstract Company .'. will make you close prices on 'Engines I Portable and Stationery Engines 3J

and the best we can do is to. cut<< '.down I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ I and Boilers; Sawmills; WoodworkJFL
I I 1- and Pumps in running order .
all bushes, weeds' and grass .that I AND NOTARY PUBLIC | tag Machinery' and Supplies. COm
stock. Liberalterms. O
line carried in
t
afford them shelter;rake up and" bern S.'H..' BULLOCK.'MAUGER. KISSIMMEE, FLA on your farm. plete Write for catalogue. .

,all trash, see that there are' (to old I I State agents for the Old..Oas sell "

r tin cans or other unnecessary J water .. Real estate' "-- W. L. Van Dozor & Co. Oaaelisie E>K*...

eoeptac1ea'arouDd, and ,keep .a and M.
.Titles examined reported on J WILLSON, JR.,
d little keroseneon top of the water in Taxes paid for non-residents) v "
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A barrels, tanks and'cisterns. If every Instruments relating to real estate. NOTARY'' PUBLIC... :/ ---. -' MACHINE1RY=
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v,," ;body,will do this It will ,thin ,out thelittle esrefufydrawn \ ..STATE AT',LAROK. J SI S- .- .AA...AA.SVdl.AAriKM..THLER 1..

i'd'') pests very considerably.' ,Let's Correspondence Solicited.l I Real Estate Agent. ; 5. 0.

. j" 1oit..'-.R c1ded" Mews.Tkabtf .

'" ,(1'1'0'i'i' :f' '.- ; Supply, of tile United. States Janl os-ly KISSIMMEE., FLORIDA.; 1 Real I, 'Estate Agency, ;: ROLLINS COLLEGE. '1

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; ,* 'If you great' interested to know G. ."'l log the resources of this countrY-In U''''\1ft"I'll'-" FRD I Realty bought and eold. I .WINTER'PARK.'PL'ORIDA.'' "Wsl
.
'<"tefwberand the rate at which I.fa .- 1IiIiI8PILL.. Houses rented. !I,

'*,?:feeing> used up, you should send to the. Office in the ..Court- House-Kls- a---a.-rt..w..- :Taxes paid and Title verified .' I IF, 10i..... iooklDIf. for a Flrat.-cJa. Jnat.l\uUoa. i of Learning,easy of access--:y'f:'.
Agriculture' for 'circular ". 4w a : 1 1, for ndn-residents. deltlrbtluU loosed, wen endowed and thoron A,

Department' : 'imme Florida.. Em!!!! Tam na:.= =qsr.. .,. t College "be
.. plaee. It t1
97 of the Forestry Service, which r_..hamr. _-_wm..r.-.1/-.- .wr......... ..r Fire Life and Accident. .In*' Art, EJlp..lon, Modern ,Lao malntain.8lEh<
...... be title,. 'at, the head' '' of this With.. whom will.be associated in"';Utrial''of > _. ,et.-.-eet.aa.--.". ".,,\.-p. I jsurance. 'I r no..dlDI:'&eUl"lea 11'004 sad.xpsaes light?. Floe lmoa,1111D, dell aD4'w......:
L1 -ruisze...,.' rs . ,,I. causes the law firm Hof :, .. ,Indemnity Bonds.tW9cwwwpf. "I'spurt, For fl111 Datt. u1.r. and 'erica reaerya\loa. alddnu. "","

,,6 s Md on'.the first page l showa that )I..... A ,War,low, .of For :Sate By Osccola Pfearmacy ... SON. ,:: 'O N"1=!'A "" Oriand. ,, fox ha:;..J

". !;'An 1(9Y .....-e(wary used In this countryt i Orlando ** "". >-

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! .j when you buy fence. A fence that a ball can break through or break down *sot' worth paying good '
for. You want weMat In the fence you buy. weight enough to torn the heaviest Percheron or atop a "dK J naNaNnaN.N.w/aNNafaNN.NNNNeNN.N',
. : wagon." ]\Now It is a.'act-and you should know it-that, per running rod. you obtain the most weight la t t.a.

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.j old In larger quantities than any other two fences in the world solely on its merits l
The makers of AMERICAN PENCE own and operate their own iron mines and furnaces their own wire' :
I, (1 Mills and six immense fence factories.. ,Their product is the acknowledged .' .'STANFORDCARSONGRAVES'1'' :

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The Kisslmmee ValleuGatette Wade the Tuner Orlando.Straw Mrs.. D. C. *Lee visited Orlando Dwellings-, for rent' ,", apply' to, .M.'" 'Florshelm'a' t! Patent-'Oxfords' are Mr. Harry W, Thurman returned ,'

1 hats. at and' below cost at Wednesday; Tiller the correct thing as to style comfort,
last
DieM from
1I - --- Danns. |I etc. Found. at H< .C, Stanford Co. an 'extended. business.
I TELEPHONE NO. ti. t MrsE. L. Lesley was an Orlando' Mr. J. S. Stratton'was ,ln towp. onlv, trip nqrth. '< '\
I Mr. W. H. Smith visited Orlando Wednesday "
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I visitor Wednesday. Prosecuting attorney. J. L.. Moon is Miss Helen .
Maher :
PUBLISHED, EVERY; FRIDAY Wednesday. FOR SAL-'A good Jersey milk Dr.,.J.-W. Simpson visited OrlandoWedne.d. proving himself. thorn la the side has come from Orlando.to, trained nurse; '

. I sa -BY--:- Mrs. J. W. Wa'LIOD. Miss Sue I oow. L. E. HARUEAU.; ..,. of evil, doers and continues;, to' file where- she Intends Kisslmmee
, to' continue berg bPl .
. .1 w. B.OFFICIAL HA.8.' Watson and Mrs.- W, J. Sears left Mr. J. R. Graves, Sr., returned Mist Eunice! Yowell r Tuesday'ona Information"against' those who'violate work. She is, staying ,with Mrs.',, "

b- --'=- yesterday for points In Georgia. Wednesday from a trip to Amerlcus visit to Lakeland. the law ,' H. .M. Pfann.
. I where they wlUu friends. Lost. School 4
Osceola
WEATHER REPORT. -Near High '
I .. ,.. and Cordele, Ga., where he'wen". last Smoke Key West Havana, the best building last Saturday,- white silk/ Rev.,M. A. Cossaboon.'has tendered: +
: 1 1.cI Av mr tmiwratm foe w > wlln* ThaClIQ' For Rent.-Six room house in good Friday.Mr. .
. JUJJT24.JW7., location. Apply at. this office." 60 clear on the market. shirt and white waist. Finder 'please his resignation as, pastor of' the,+ ag
Tine Baas;the well known cattle Mr.:Rodney Snyder, baa gone to leave same-at Park Hotel. Christian church \In .Kisslmmee, to'

I. Ilea. M "' ,Rat.faIL... Regular services at 'the, Baptist and 'orange' raiser, of Peghorn, Ashvllle. N. C., for a short visit. ty LOUISE: GKBKN.: take effect September'lei,;after whlcb," 'I '

b --. church next Sunday 'morning and spent several days bere on businessthis The I .dieIiBome'.TourD.t Patterns. ...Mr, D. O. Wagner chief l.patcber'tor : time be* will complete bie,;course. .1st
night. The pastor very much hopes : the Atlantic' Coast the University of "- '
Frldar. .. .. .... .... .. '. '70 I week. do, not waste material. at Dann's.Attorney : Line spent KentuckyMoon -
r. Saturday ... . .. .. .. '.0 ?4II. the members will make special effortsto Sunday In Klsslmmea with his family, f
: .. .... .... .. FOR BALK-A good gentle grade ,
] """ till 1ato come to these services. W. .J. Sears visltal'Or. woo are at present guests of Mr. H. A Oliver have removed their< d
11- . .. .... .. 7.w 3 ,
Jersey milk: cow, M. U. PORTKK. '
. .t rxw.dnodnr lando on. legal business ,Tuesday. S..Todd and family law office from upstairs Ja' the Mea-
:M1h Ladle. Shirt Waists
at a big reduction 29-2t
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. . ... 04 ; at Dann's. : borne man build IDa:,to p."aln-ID'. Solomon
1 ya 'andar . \ '' _Mr. James F/Geer: I.! againafter Having" purchased the KIssimmee -,
The lake Is and' is
rising rapidly
U building' next door" to the 1
Dr. M. J. Hicks left Monday forVi..lt'lnla haying visited various points In Bottling Works I am prepared topromptly'supply Valley
above
' now eighteen Qr twenty inches bottled soft; Gazette office, and Judge Minx, and .
. .. .. the State. drinks. '
a 'j' -- - where be will visit the- the lowest 'atage reached durIDI'"t.bedrourb' '. : Pbone 128 and your orders ,will .re W;> S. Harwell bave'' also' removed'I

: ,4y MyNyyVt'VNAN Jamestown Exposition and attend a ,,,Sam T. Fletcher: "the Tampa attorney oeive prompt attention. their omoe'he same 'building. .
I( r- tionvestton'of the' Railway Surgeons: ,'''was' In !,town Monday' ,'on 11-t.f., J. A..Lancaster. .4
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;; ': LOCAL, fIELD: '1 association.week. He' will be absent. abouta Beauty See Corsets those. Matchless af H. O, Stanford American Co. business.Mr :M&n7.o' our citlsens who took part simmee As I etpeoo about to two'be'away;;: weeks. from after'KIs tbe1' .,

'/ Miss'Grace 'Prescott,' ,of Orlando' J.: ,8. "Stratton. of, Pegboro" in the "late unpteeiantneae" are, first of 'Augusv 'I: most'respectfully
/ L- Fresh stock garden and flower .seed who shipped a carload of fine cattle to filing their application for pensions request of mycustomers';who ba.,.,
the number
I i. M the Klaalmmee.Drua Co.j .. was. among enjoyed T. p.TU..da before the Board of Commissioners as allY clothing they wish, olean.d, to,
the moonlight'outing on the lake favor
me with
their, OI'k.&Dd'l'wU1
Star Laundry-rCity Bakery. j Work' bas actually' begun broad- provided for by the last' legislature; ,
White "
| Wednesday night. 'Leonard Williams was, up from ,guarantee perfect! ; "'''faoWOD. ''
i enloc the gauge of, the Florida Midland \ Lost strayed or stolen-any; :whereabouts SPBAOUB,FuamvQ.!
- White shoes at.cost come quick at Railway Ten cars of rails Hon. W, J., Bryan, 'the well known i Louarbman Tuesday circulating, amonghis of my row boat will be greatly Tbe old reliable cleaner:,

J Dann's. have been received and these are be- Jacksonville attorney, and a former I KIssimmee. friends.>4Mr. appreciated by me.. It Is a light color -* ., < ; -
; .ow' baseball Klsslmmeelte, will about: six 'De-; With a blue band around the top edge, This section was vtittttsi.ftp ilS'. I
The Dst+ tea.m disbanded ing scattered along the line from spend : and Mrs. C. 0. Hess, ,of "'
last week.. weeks rusticating I in the Maine woods Land are spending a 'week among when fast seen it was tied to the, city heavy'rainfall ad slairts l '....
fciVfc Apopka I dOCk rus: C M.
'a (,. ( ; BRITTAIN, about 8 ..01_:..TPwssway' iss klu1ffer' > '
New Idea 'Patterns';lOsSentsJat.;H. A be.ut.lIul"IIDe 'of"-Whlte 'Shirt It is reported that Lindsay Brothers their Klssimmee. friends:. <. Little Miss Angle Maklnson' entertained almost two. hours*,tbe watsr::. Midi;:Hf: '\ ,+ '

I C. Stanford Co. ,4 Waists at H. C.,Stanford Co. have sold! their saw, mill out on (the Sheriff J.>M. Walker'and" family a number of her friend torrents the: ''precipitation\ :jresfthig',1"( : ;
Midland Railway 'to B.' O' Lewis 'are '. few down'at young' '
& spending a day 3.35 Inches; They lightning" : '
Commencing June 1st, our last was Inoessent -
to countycommissioners Saturday, afternoon from 3 to 0
Geo. went
Hon. F. Krlbbs
raise Co., and that the plant will be moved their old home.' ,Baslnger.Mr. and ioieLhe'r'wlLib"' the '
Orlando Tuesday on legal! busloete.a enjoy a of salary : .o'clock. About, fifty -guests were sharp
t receiving $4 per diem under 'the to Campbell's.See W. A,, McCo&l 'returned to his present. and all, 'had a royal good peals of thunder caused timid'persons,

\ The City Bakery is agent for theStar law passed by the recent )legislature, Embroideries and Insertions a home in Bearer 'Falls, Pa';*, Tuesday time:,i to sit, up and take notice.' r

I II White Laundry-tbe best In the The members of the school board also H. C. Stanford Co. after a short visit In our city. 'Dr-
Ij I State. NOLloe.-t have In:; my pasture a Goldstein the well known Optlo
receive the same amount. Miss Clyde Seymour of Kisslmmee ,Mr. Charles \Done;an ,left Sunday 2-year; old, stray colt--brown philly Specialla'who was bere for the past

j Mrs. B. M. Beck is on a visit to Queen Quality Shoes all styles at is enjoying a visit to this city. tor Crabgrass, where be* will assist, with small circle brand on each Jaw. few days 'will return to Kisslmmee'
,,
relatives KI..lmmee.-Polk County H, C. Stanford Co. While here Miss is his brother the Owner can have same bl'calling at Saturday July 27 and remain'until
! 'I Seymour the on Hopkins. ranch, ,:". my place.. R.; f. JLJBBY.. Saturday August 3d. Have your 'r
Keeord.F. Mr. George W.. Mann, the well- guest of her brothers J. W, and That Klnlmm-<)rlaD4o-Sanford eyes treated and glasses fitted to them.' "
H. H. Seymour and her sister Mrs. Mr.Reuben Johns, who has been Ill your eyes are your best friend. I>oD'"' "
F. H. Lawson is giving away a known cattle buyer off Peghorn, was Charles Frailer.1: Miami Record. electric railway scheme loons rood- for some time with fever at'' his borne neglect. them Eyes examined free, ''r
present with every .purchase at thClt.h e here thlp '...k, receiving a shipmentof most too good to be true yet awhile.. In North. (Office at Hotel-Inn.) 302t. '
Kissimmee Is :
r Six reported to *
; l cottage for sale.
Store, five hundred floe beef cattle from room rent! Of '
: Apply to Mrs A..K.,.Bearden. 22-tf. Try the new barber shop... '7'E ery be.very'' low\ 'bus his friends hopethere'may Rosa
white
Mr. and Mrs. 'F'? C. Bryan returned E. L. Lesley, which will be driven thing new and up-to-date.. Sharp ra"&or. soon be'a, change for. the Howell woman was
Wednesday visit to Marshalvllle through tbe country to Fort Myers. A practical eclipse of-the moon oc ., clean towels, first-clash service better.. '. arrested WedDe c1a on 'a, :warrant "
from a ,
curred Wednesday night, lasting from from the..coua"
'
'charged.
Fine line of watches the The Shaker is the court ,with. I 4
Ga. at KIssim Colony supplying
i Co. about 9 to 11"o'clock. Absence-of Mr. Young Tlndall; foreman otBopkh keeping a bouse of 111 'fameshe'wttr,
Drug ,
mee local market with \
t r Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew ,returned clouds gave our people an oppor.t.uDhy ; flavor some' pineapplesthat ."I'.Dch, .has rented a.: cottage arraigned before County Judge. Johnston
In accordance with changes in the for size and ; are bard tobeat. W
from his Hying .trip to New York to get a good view of'tbe phenomena In this city and .sls preparing to and plead guilty. A"sentence of,
law the last the .. ; .'
by legislature, nextsession *
Wednesday night. and about six-tenths of the move his family, here and take advantage six months in tbecounty' .jsllwat; .
returned of the circuit court will convene moon's surface? was hidden. ,If rs.. Ellis Crawford family left, "of_ our excellent school entered against ber; but was''enspended CA
Hiss to
Bjanohe Barnes : ;
on the fourth Tuesday io November u '' -
; FOR KENT-Two eottages In 0'Neal for Indiana last week where they 'faclIt.1 ., *. upon condition that she
tier home In Tampa last night after a _
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of
Instead December, heretofore & Osborne addition-one .five-room. will,Spend some;; .time visiting relatives. . leave town within,, a; week-and
visit with Mrs Sharp B. A. Niemeyer bas sold his not,
there being a, complete change and one three-room. Apply toW t' ,
return.
I ,
tail business to R. 8. Floyd A Co. ..
in the circuit.: L. VAN DUZOB & Co.
.Y} Misses Mettle Bandy and Breta '' the new grocery merchants, who' will i
Butler are' enjoying' a 'summer vacation All colors narrow velvet Ribbon a Friendship Lodge No. 10, K. of' P., The railway company bas done also handle his bread and and other Hon..:C.. A., Carson, flay,, '''., '3,

with friends in Tennessee. H. C. Stanford Co. i bOld an interesting meeting at the.. a good work in digging a ditch to produce of his oven. Orders for Bell and Rev. C. M< Brlttaln mfo. .
ry !
dr.la'tbe' street,, lust south 'of the bread; c.ke.ol' pies should hereafter
attending the
ball
. The oouot7'oomml.aloDen have instructed -, Wednesday evening Installation special tailed'meeting
A useful with station.Messrs. .- I be telephoned or sent to, the ..bo.. off:
Y present every purchase passenger the Florida
Supervisor Geo. W. Over- services were held and the >, named firm. tt.' Baptist. Coo ntJoatitisf, ft
!
the Cash
Store., from five. cents F.up H., at LAWSON street to shape his work preparatoryto following" new oHolers( were inducted Paul Weaver and WllberOustus week at x.aCI l.. ,This convention '
'
, cutting down expenses road into their positions. with the solemn prominent,,.young. businessmen Petitions'arebeingcirculaiedkskiuthe g has been called to .consider the advisability : .

8 Mr. Walter Mathews came down' work. This will probably be done bydisposing ceremonials of t.be'order.J.. Z.Roberaoll. *of 'B.Dford, visited friends ,i ij InKisslmmee county commissioners"to straighten I of establishing' a-; Baptist

from Orlando Wednesday and en* I of some of the teams nsedin C. C.?., J.. M. Gardner P.(j Sunday. ? *!, ouitharoad'to''Bssingerwbfwould ,, '' :'' ,, ch college'' at .that plane The., denomination -:;

e,Joyed the excursion on !the lake thatevening this service. George Overstreet., M. of W,; -D1cTiner k shorten'the''distance between bas been offered for tbls purpose -'
Lady Essex Shoe for and I
women and KIssimmee '
I. G.o thatjpolnt : by abouttwo' ,' buildings and
grounds ;,valued Nat
For Sale at a Bar .ID-on. six Walkabout shoes for men. Highgrade mlle ,
Nell barber shop at Patrick's old room cottage and four vacant lots i Lou will nnd' Dry Gooos, Shoes, shoes at low prices.: Call.. and t a gnartermllllon d 1J"....., 4j

".Bland. Service by a'tonsonlal artist North Kisslmmee. Jr W...SEYMOUB. NotionsHardware, Granlteware, see them, at the Cash Store" '-. -, ;
conversant) with all the latest fad. l inbarberlag. U. A. Llgouey; the osiitlekl0g ,Tinware, ,Glassware In fact almost 'F. H. LAW ON.' ,' 1 "t
tf everything at the Cash Eton and S "r" BARGAINS .
'
after' a few days spent with his''familyin a present, with each, purchase ':. get A number of 'our* ,'people and INp ,

Horace Woodall baa,.rrhed borne this city, left this morning.,for ,his F. H. LAWS N..' spending this. week on s> camDing!g expedition : ,I
from the East. Coast, where be: bas cattle range' in the KIsstmmee country' ,A party. of our young people about t in! they' sandhills aDd ann I

,been employed 'on the F.- !II:. ,C.' ex "poo" says lib cattle are looking twenty-fl in ''number 'enjoyed doubtless having; an', enjoyable, "' time.'Patronize Stttnmer O

tension. fine and make the most delicious outing on t.helake Wednesday" night.' borne industry by getting ods }

Rev. C..M. Brittain will preach t beef. John LlghUey accompanied. The steamer :.Roseada w.broul"b' your bottled soda from the .home faotoTr. .

Campbell Station. next Saturday'morning him to the'' 'range.:-Bartdw. 'CourierInformant into"requisition.: ,'.114|to.IDg a' flatboat Call up 129 and your orders' , . . . '4.:., n.t,
*'"' will be properly filed.tlltf. r" 1 ,. .. !of, '. .
at ,,11 'o'clock and Sunday. ... i to give additional roomwas.. 'a ' ";
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.afteroOUII.at 3:30vWanted. FhoDe'ybnr: :wants'we' do\ the ,runKiaaSofOt scene of much merriment. The night <
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'
c Mr, J. B. Williams .end. wife, .of '
was ..Ideal .
lID .one for such an
p1Dg'- : oc r Dry eobds
.=One cood 'eeooild"halld E -DRUG COMPANY, eaion,'and t.helN>>Oa, in 'addition to Ashton, were guests at'The Inn., Mon ;, ,, Clothing,. ;Shoes 3 '
ene-borse mowing machine I 1"
,,, Deerlng ; .
caw .: oust be in good- condition., State We understand there Is'' some com trying to look: 1Ls'besi, gave an'.exhibition day; They: were on"their 'way" bom '> J '. x ".':a

,. price,' address tble:offloe., H, plaint concerning several bad'pl aces In the way of :an -001108' of I after a,pleasant. trip to South ;Caroline -. ; .. and" ,'NotIons', ., ". 'i\

; ID' the Klsslamee-Orlando1\' road: which the folks: bad splendid i \ '
I ;j: Cap Bill KnlgbW. of tbe ;dredgeboat young ft I'- ? # IJ.1 ,/ ".
*" Kisslmmee, baa' received from On the whole skit highway' bas:'given view.. During be'evening{ 'refresh- I Se. bur.oV'lO IS and SS Benicoon.. '" ,: """ II

hr, tbe government, .. handsome'"launch iattshctlon'ind' been a;'great, convenience menu were served and it ,was mid.. .I ten at the Cash Stores ,,You: can Retmany : '
useful articles( .,. \ 'J.
which will be quite satin in bU'i work ,i and '.icy:: defect' should. L night before the party landed after I price,,and' spresentZwtth'a hob verylow; ,(PUI"o. -11. C. "SJANFORO-tOMPANY aa
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a"n r,al.oDlb. river,; ,. be POmpt1y"remedl. ". ,. I several e )hours delightfully. pent* _4- : 'I,chase.,,'j" ' _- ': : : ,

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I HfiflROR!i JuoGDS.Ew) ,LAW,:: WANT MORE. TIME''Atlanta SMITH AFTER" RAILROADS. DEATH FOR THIRTYAnd .\
; ..AMVMMMOWIBGeorflia <_ W CJ I lcJ ,Form'Add* te th*-

,-..,._.,..,....,-.. Pritohard Knock 'Out' Penalty' ClauseIn ..' Governor Send ''s'pKliaf'Me. Beauty of Womeni"Beauty 1
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North Carolina Rate' Statute cage to Legislature: Urging Chang Seventy Hurt in Crash J ji only skin deep," bat yon: cannot -

ship l Goes, Down In'sh <- Warne Officials.' Bankers AnticipateEffect In, Method, of Their: Taxation." be beautiful you hare any. Skin.Me-,
,u ? 'of Passenger and freight bad.: complexion. tl.noooh'a
Law. 'or' a
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,With Schooner of Prohibition ---- , ease
a '8ulrbU1 quickly cures Bdsenta,.TIlt.,, '
't ; The penalty'clause ot the new North: The passage of legislation which will Llqul4 .
l tot,. Bores:: ,Eruptions, Blotches; and "aU"Skin 4
Carolina state rate bill was declared
require the railroad of''Georgia to DJ uo..- Apply Hancock's Liquid

RES COIF' PIES LOST unconstitutional and void by United APPEAL TO LEGISLATURE pay taxes 'to the state on .x.cuy"lbe" IMPACT WAS FRIGHTFUL Hulpuor: Ointment to the face, jus.e ytm i'

States Judge Prltchard at-,Asheville. to bed and it will soon give yon "
go
; 'N. C., Monday. James H. ,Wood' district M.nun Bs. So Amendedas sumo valuation as that girenby them \ smooth, velvety skin

passenger agent of the Southern Urg.,That! a* a bad for._.....freight and passenger Victim Were Excursionist Bound Taken Internally,,Hancock's Liquid /Sat '
818 Souls :>n Board Only" 144 Arc.e Not to Become Operative Until the bloo4 and clears ap the
O purifies
and Wilson the ticket agent of thesama ,rate was urged In a special message from .lona to Detroit' Michigan.Cars' phur
> Far, Known to Have Escaped.Dlwter yoad'wbo were recently a ntenc>' 1009-Seek Time to Adjust as.embly'by Gov. compl xtoD. A few spoonfuls in hot water
(''I ( sent tl) ,the general Torn to Pieces. and Passengers makes the finest of sulphur baths., Aydruggists
Oocurred orr.the ed to thirty' days on the chalngang for Finance
i t I ICa ernor poke Smith Wednesday.That Mangled. sell It. Bulphur Booklet free If '.
violation of the new ,Jaw were discharged Badly ,
'
I.mla CoastT r'i 1 H! railroads operating In Georgia you write Hauoock IJ on habeas, corpus proceed adoptedby Baltimore.Dr. .
'avSan; Francisco.special say: In apiton ings. la a resolution'unanimously House Association have 'given in the value ot their property Thirty people 'ares dead and more W W. Leak.,of Orlando'Flo-' ,, who' ..

In decision Judge said ; the Atlanta Clearing tor taxation several of them "It is the most wonderful .
his Prltchard at one figure! pur'poses than seventy.: Injured' wo cured. say:
.. between the passenger .team. stat Wednesday morning the, asso- of for Eczema I have ever Vflown.
that the penalties lnflictodbjrthe and then In resisting"order* seriously; as the result of a head-on remedy

,Columbia end the-, steam schooner! ute' would close the door to a' ,Judicial ., elation requested the state l legislature the railroad! commissslon for lower' Salem.Mich 'are ovltrtada'tbe -
between arrivals .
t: Pedro off ,the Mendoclno coast, hearing and would" amount to '{2BOOjOOO ,- to postpone the, date at which the pres- rates'have ,worn to much higher valuation .collision: ,Saturday when a Pere ( "immigrant capacity of jKl; s Island. I

i' hundred passengers lost their lives ', a day If the penalty was enforced !b411 If passed, will become U pointed out,, the Southern'railway ,and Plymouth '
t7. Sunday ;'morning. The Columbia, on the sale of each ticket which prohibition. : and the Central'of Georgia be. Marquette excursion train bound from Argo Red Salmon Is Just the thing
"
effective/ January 1,, 1809. for unexpected company, There is
sunk and lies completely mibin 13 eight times more than Ute amount i Jog cited a* Instances. ions to Detroit crashed into a westbound -
," The assoclalon comprises the Lowry nothing better to serve frooTtho can.
of 8heltorThe Involved In the original selL, Also Last the Central, .aI'Governor
ed ih. deep waters National Bank the Atlanta National year freight In a cut located at asharp'curve .At all grocers. .
that it would do violence the comity' Smith, returned its tangible'property, the Pere' Marquette -
Bank the' Fourth' National Bank,1he on' produce
collision 'occurred at midnight,. which exists between'tbe state' and and it* 'franchise at 116,823.850, while about mile east of Salem., China ands Japan together
railroad
Maddox- a
Bank the of silk annually
Third tons e
National
federal courts:. While 'not Imputing any the bearing'' before 'the federal 125.000 ,
hen all on board save the lookoyt, and the Neal during The passenger train of eleven cars,
tucker Banking company,
eer on the bridge were asleep ,In improper'' motives to officials or state court Vice President W. X.: Wlnburn THK HT.iru'NOllMAIj HCHOOI
the Bank and Trust carrying the Pere.M.rquette shop em-
'and Central
sir bertha. The Columbia waa'gleam- courts .Tudce' Pritchard .'remarked thatif Bank I swore that "the cost of reproducing ployees'ot Ions and their families to The development of this branch of tbe '

:north at an easy rate, baring such a course of conduct was permitted corporation.. Its Unea'and therefore the present actual University at Athens 0...;hAIl buen woadertil. -, ,
..abe Atlanta the Michigan metropolis for their annual
large
shows
dorml-
The resolution I. There are now three )
[ft. San Francisco at noon. Suddenly' ...to'be pursued would have bankers UKo no sides In the present minimum value of Its lines and excursion was running at high .tot-Ins, throe school buU<1tDP. and a now 't

of the fog )ootD d' the dark hulk,, the effect of defeating the Jurisdiction: pt'ohlbltlon'tlght. but unanImously' equipment is 33666999." speedy, probably fifty miles an hour, dining hall .rating 400 MudonU. 'hereare, t

C- the steam schooner, San Pedro of -the 'United States court. Continuing 'In like manner Governor Smith departments of' lo and 31 offl ,
request that one and one-half years down 'a steep grade It struck the rare sahloo's
iitabbund out Judge Pritchard said: shows'that the Southern returned Its and teaahnra. Tint of I>oa>_>
which was evidently
be given In event the state prohibitionbill lighter locomotive of the freight train tlo Hrlentw. and Manual Art are hnnJKom r ,
r her cour.e.;'Whl.u were blown and "It 'will be. a aad day for the peopleof la passed for it to take effect. property In Georgia. $14,884,923, but with such terrific force a* to turn lyttoureil and nqul|>|...... Tim' Department
aUo efforts made by'the'' helmsman North Carolina when its citizens are) that Vice President J. M. CUlp ..wore'' of MuslO'lualuilts, 'instruction In Common "
It Is pointed out In the resolutionsthat the: freight engine completely around. Hchool MiiBlo touohlnjj. ('boru.llInlflng. the
',each ..e.MI'to avoid the collision prohibited by acts 'of the legislature the state Itself and the largo cities that "tha cost of reproduction and The wrecked locomotives lay aide ]>|HIIO, nod the. "lrln fod lumrunieuu. The t
t without avail from' securing any 'right guaranteedto therefore the present minimum value Mohool Urchetra numbers 18 iiltwe*. The
need this-' time In which; should by side: both headed eastward. Onlya most wonderful thing about the school lathe
the constitution of the United la $48,150,000. That tile Southern Is
. struck'the Columbia them by
San
;rbe i Pedro the bill be passed, to -rearrange their few of the. freight cars were smashed mull "xl'('"'''* of the school year.Tliiue .
.the port bow tearing an Immense States. Suits of this character have now resisting au assessment of $26,000- ('harlf".lu&VfI kept down to the lawtnet y i
,
working plans under the new conditions. and it was'only a few hours' work
possible llffura. Tbua hundreds of tuv'
'which theater been brought in different states ofthe COO! by the comptroller general was
lie In her Jade through
to remove all traces of them from the dams get a wholemime, i rushed in great volume. 'Alarms union and In every instance fed- also /shown by the governor there, who oould not afford: to
In the case of Atlanta the bankers, But behind the two wrecked la-
scene. attend. oilier school The .
Rrailuatan laUoinand
sounded on the paasenger ship eral courts have proceded to determine Governor Smith then good on to state are
r. all of whom are Atlantlans call direct motives six cars of the passenger train at tou'l salaries everywhere Twoof
54 the terrified passengers scrambled questions Involved without Interference that under the-resent law arbitratorsare them have just t>iv.n fallen Into the tao V's,,
attention to the fact that school fire) wreck. Four
lay piled in a hopeless
their ataterocm'a an effort tope hindrance or delay by legislative I not sworn and are given no author- : \lIU. of the Normal Hchixils of Vlr"I".
JD auditorium and armory and other improvement those I ot the passenger coaches 'remained on after teaobidK """vernl years '(a ()fIOrl..*.
vessel. But or judicial{ authorities of such states Jty to -aweal" who come before htudenti
fromLthedoomed have been contracted for the track undamaged and were used are reglstoring rapidly for the
e I time was too short to aid the lifeavers. "The equal protection of the law is them. If arbitrators 'were given the i low 'oar." Only 400 can lx nooouimodiiUxl,
and that the., contracts have been:made to convey the dead'and Injured' to 'reilJDt[ 13rnnHau lira just Issued AI1"tra."U.1t (
The vessel sank within five guaranteed to every citizen of the United authority to make railroad officials giveIn
: .
with the understanding that present undamaged picture.Cataloifue of the bO coach
entirely
fops one
was
flutes of the time of the collision. A States and I ehall employ allmean the. value of their properties under ;
conditions exist. They ask that the with only its forward trucks oQC:
raft was launched with .a number :within the power of the courtto oath. Governor Smith says they could Nickname.A .
time suggested be given so that In the
the rails. These the five
were rear
: passengers on board but only a few secure to all persons who may In. be forced to swear to the same valua paragraph has been going .the
event ct the passage of the iprolilbitlon Lions which they 'give when resisting cars. The' two coaches next ahead of William )Iakepeac.Thaok..my .
the entire!i number aboard were Yoke jurisdiction .of this court such round crediting
bill, the City can readjust itself to the these telescoped. next
aired. rights to' the fulest extent f'tbe law. rate reductions. were The car with naming Washington
new conditions. forward stood almost on Its end after distances."
magnificent
Of'the ,,249 persona on the, steamer It the law is construed in a spirit of '. The city of
One of the leading bankers of the the wreck its forward end resting on This Is incorrect. Thackeray may
lumbla hundred fairness and Impartiality there can be STATE WITNESSES
and tortytourre LIARS
one the
' '" city made following comment after the roadbed and the rear end high la have used the phrase, but It originated a'
landed at 'Eureka, Cal., Monday no conflict of Jurisdiction between the iwtth Della
the meeting; -- John A. Corwlne of
the air the
the steamer 'Elder,'. df these 107 state courts and the courts of the United upon' two telescoped Count 0., who wa
e "We made no effort to oppose the Declare Defendants In Noted LynchingCase coaches that had been following it. Two fontaine. Logan!;
re passengers and v 37 'member, of States. present bill. In fact the question! of In"Attacking the Testimony a very famous personage in the
coaches thrown
crew' of the Columbia, "In this Instance the federal court were crosswise of the forties and II ftl ea. Once on a visit
prohibition as, a principle did not enter Given by Squealers.The .
ln addition to these' four"Ufa" boats las' Dot been the aggressor, but has .tesolutfone but we' have track and lay suspended from bankto to the national capital he wound upa

'reported. to have been ,picked up simply adopted the regular practiceand Into our. bank of the cut, five cr six feet period of exhlllrallng experiencesin :
:. onlT requested our legislature to give'us defense 'In the case of the twenty .
which has been approved above the rails. Of the baggage car the visitors gallery of the Ilouae ,
containing thirteen people, 18, procedure
i one
abort time in which should the citizens of Anson county charged
a
Representatives and a* that august -
not enough remained to show where of
tine is.: The number on the fourth "by the supreme court of the state prohibition bill become law to with the lynching ot J. V. Johnson atWadesboro body came tq order ,Mr. Corwine
It had been
t United States In'a ot like nature tossed. Portions of baggage I
Is .not given. case ; readjust and rearrange for the state the night of May 30th, felt Impelled to rise In his place and
Nearly s'l .of the Columbia's paean.Ira and while the court 1 s not Inclined to car and of the locomotolve tenders '
( Itself for our own banks and those of 1906 now being heard in Union county .. make a few remarks.! lie began: 1
i and many of her crew were asleep do anything;" that will produce an unseemly our sister cities, and for'the contracts superior court at Monroe, N. C., and freight car were' piled in a have been visiting\ this city of nagnlfl-

,".their cabins and bunks when the 'conflict nevertheless it is Incumbent Into which Atlanta has already entered began the introduction of testimony tangled mass of debris cent dlstances.-'There was a lot morebut ,, r

'came. Aa the San Pedro backed upon'It to protect the rights James Boyles, a farmer waa working this sentence, lived.StageCoach .
our business contract and obliga Wednesday, concentrating its efforts in
ray: the sea Poured in' thrOuah the of the"parties, to this controversy and LIons." an attempt to impeach- the evidence In the field near the scene

ed ,hole< 'In' the ,Columbia's bow, the dignity: and authority, of this court. The resolutions follow: given by the' witnesses for the state when the 'two trains approached from'' Day. '

DV <'the ''Water\llnejaD\ In IIve. ..min. This, cannot/be acconpllahed'wlthout: opposite directions. The freight came '
tav
T. It. the in
"Wheras. tne proposed state prohlbltlon'blll Tomllnspii officer who John Randolph wa once .a
the Columbia sank to'the bottom preserving to the fullest extent the Jurisdiction lowly up the heavy grade and had

now pending before the legislature arrested II. D. Kendall a member of ern. -lying on a sofa in the parlor. .t
deep water* Of'Shelter Cove COy- of the- court In d determining just reached the curve when' the passenger to to the
,
will by Its passage deprivethe the 'mob, who turned spate's: evidence: : waiting for the stage come "
ring -.vca. the tops;of the Columbia' the question which has. been..ubmltte
..,; "eed.,. holies saw the passenger: elto4'Leer with whip in his hand A
.l to it for' consideration.' considerable yearly Income which Income (Kendall) was at home on the night ; the room' a

ie'story of that"five.. minutes' U! yet ."The court is confropted'with' open for:the year 1908 in many cases of the lynching; that' late that night shut off his steatn' nd'' ;apply |UHt 'come from a drive and: standing his hair
'
tMitold, i'nd .. It ,U to-betold bysurvivors'onlJ' and avowed opposition by the powers and particularly. In the case of the city he heard the noise made by the crowd the brakes and saw'the
: jthe; facts.' '"'of the, o/ the a ate. The-penalties prescribed of Atlanta has been anticipated 'and passing,his house and went out to his engine Jump before the cash He ran presence and collar ot quite the gentleman on the

dr can be? guessed.at i v, b7 the state statute for charging more the obligations contracted'thereon for gate to Investigate, but could not recognize to the tracks, where he found the un. sofa. After attitudinizing a while h.

According to,r J.:S;Flynn;a passenger than'the statutory rates are so errone the erection of school houses, engine any member of the! mob.. injured' passengers from the rear turned to go out ,'whenMe., Randolph

the Roanoke. 'o Captain Poran of the ousthat )If permitted to be) enforced, bou waterworks: improvements, audItorium C. J. Gathns{ testified that, arousedby coaches running forward and 'joined asked h.imr "Has the stage comer

olumbla succeeded, launching; four they, would practically bankrupt, the and army and for other public the noise made by the lynchers. he with them in pulling out the Injured "Stage, sir! stage!" said the fop:' '

f.; boat and/two. rafts; before the railroads Juan exceedingly brief time Improvements; and the withdrawal went to'a point near the 'jail but, saw who 'could be seen. on every hand. 'I'v. nothing to do with" It. elr" MOht. r '

ilnmbla sank. and before a'final hearing cOuld be had on January' 1, 1908 ot the 'Income de-, no one on horseback. Kendall testified There w'as a panic among the passengers I beg; your" pardon said Randolph thedr.verl' ,

Flynn, In an interview, is quoted as In the case.' and thud place the com- rived by. the state and cities from that he rode to 'the jail with the mob. for a few minutes. Then, a* quietly;" 1 thought you were.

ins; that 88 'passengers, all ilalnant ia'a position where it would the licensed sale of liquor will cause On cross-examination witness admitted the uninjured people realized that they 4 ,

[got .away* in ,that manne't.,! andre ba powerless. to''assert the rights guar financial complications and in some Instances that the night' was so dark he could had not been hurt they rushed from TRUTH FOR ONCB.

saved;,,thatCaptalu Poran..acted1th ,anteed.to it"by,the:constitution: of the. : prevent the completion of pub- not have seen a horse if one had been the cars to the rescue of their friend "'I always buy my Christmas present 1

great, coolness In the 'face' of11th ,United, State.?' lie Improvements now under construction there. and relatives who were pinioned earl,.."..

and went;; down':with:hls; ship: ,Many'think the state, authorities,wlU I ; therefore be It Several witnesses testified in refutation among the wreckage. Families wen "Aw come off." _

n la further quoteb'a"saying that take aome'action, in' the direction of "Resolved, by the Atlanta ClearingHouse of Sheriff Bogan's testimony that scattered. Mothers ran screaming 'up "As I was about to say, early on 1

e of the hundred odd. women. were more penalty"suits. President Flnley, Association, That we request the sheriff had stated to them that he and down searching for'their children the morning of the Uth"-Loll"yL1e!

ftved.' General Counsel Thom and other officials and urge the representatives of Fulton did not recognize any member of the i while. many of the young' .people were Courier JournaL '

Shortly. after the collision' the steami of the' Sotuhcrn railway are county to use, their influence to have mob the night of the lynching. Bogart IL8 frantically calling for their par 1

i.Roan'oke. and George'W, Elder and awaiting. \ the next move. said prohibition .bill so amended as to stated on the stand that he bad given ent MEAT OR CEREALS >

'team schooner Daisy. Mitchell, all After Judge Prlt hard had signed the become effective January 1, 1909. so evasive answers to several inquiries aa The dead were placed In a row A Question of Interest to All Careful ;j

ithbound- cameo to' the scene''and Judgment,, Judge J.'II. Merrimon epe- that'during 1908 .the finances ot the to his recognition of the' lynchers for alongside the track and the injured Person i

'. T by. The Elder toot' the 'San',Pe-: clal counsel"for the state, gave notice' state and the larger cities can be so reasons of personal safety threats having were made as comfortable as possible

In'tow"and'the'' lat report 'an. of'appeal and 'waived'bonda. but under aduated.and, rearranged as to meet been freley made against state's until the' arrival of wrecking trains 4.rguctents on' food 'are interest.
ing. Many adopt a vegetarian
persons
ounce their' arlval In'Eureka:,.Them the law 'the 'court fixed a bond of'$200 the changed conditions and those citizens' witnesses prior to the first' trial. Other from Saginaw, Detroit and Grand Rapids -. diet, on the ground that1. they do ''t

of the San' Pedro was smashed each 'Wood and Wilson. Both sides of the state who have large sum -.witnesses: swore to the alleged' bad made it possible to send them. -to not like to feel that life has been

,pllnters; :pnet .of'.herlinastd: ''wasTped i cooperated to make the appeal as Invested In the business! to be affected character of the senior Kendall but I Ions and 'Detroit.! taken to feed them nor des they,

at the deck', nnd she -was eett ; simple as possible in order to .presentthe will have a reasonable lime 'within admitted on cross-examination that' Responsibility is put squarely upon fancy the thought ,of eating dead '"

and had a heavy, Uat'whe... taken point at' issue to the supreme Which to retire and close out their they considered his character, good the crew of the freight train by officials meat. '

stow.TiQUATED'., iJ' court. business." prior to the lynching. of the road who arrived at the On the other hand too great consumption I '
ot partly; cooked starchy
cone of the wrecl:'lOOn after' the ac
:
oats 'and wheat or: white bread
'' AND' LUXURIOUS. COBB RESIGNS JUDQESHIP. BLOW OF FIST FATAL.' GIVEN CHAIN GANG SENTENCE., cident and who secured from the pastry etc., produces serious bowel '.

crew of the freight train 'the orders troubles because the bowel digestive

ual Chicago Labor, Day Parades Are Member of Georgia Supreme Court Private of Sixteenth! Infantry Killed by .Jlallroad Men Found Guilty In Abbe. under which It was running and organs", (where starch is digested) rare

''':,:'v Relegated, to Oblivion.' ' Tires"of_: HI*' Job.Ai.oclate Teamster-of ..\.Same ,Company vile Po|ice 'Court. which clearly showed 'the position ot overtaxed 'and the food ferments

f Chicago has 'had the I..t''of Its labor > .Justice. Andrew J. Cobb Charles McFarlane a private of the James, It. Wood, district passenger, the"'passenger excursion train' and producing in ''the gas decayed and food microbes frequently generate -

y;parades,''it'leaat' for ..yera1l N agent,,and Ticket Agent 0. C, Wilson that thetreight'train had encroached ;
Georgia .uP'II18'ourt. sixteenth peritonitis and
bringing'on
.
; ot the ,,Monday ; Infantry stationed 'at Fort appendicitis
_ ooma.; of the Southern railway, ,were foundguilty upon the"other' train's mnnlnc'time. .1

IMUta: annual long march" through1'the morning.,presented'to Governor Hoke Logan Roots. Arkansas was killed in the A.heville. 'N. 'C., police .The- freight crew explained simply, Starchy 'food Is absolutely essential tJ

reetd by thousands of'unionists wear Smith.;his' resignation to take .effect while epgagted'ln.a'\ : 'fist 'fight with Harry I court Thursday; of selling tickets "'in that they. had forgotten.; I The collision. to .the human body. Its best

'. October-12,-im.-Justice,Cobb.determined ,.Miller, a>"teamster. A occurred 'at ths; o'clock' form ,la''.shown in the food 'et
the picturesque uniforms": their slight misunderstanding disregard of the' .new 'rate: "law, .and. ; and the "OrapW
lea, waa' abandonedby the Feder. several,, kSjago to retire led.'to the encounter, each sentenced to thirty days, on ithechatngang. freight !itrain should have reached Sa. Nuts'' where th.'starch Ir changed .

00 of lAbor and the'Associated Bnlld- from' the'aupr.in, bench! ;to.jrerengagein'the : and Miller., whotj of, ,huge frame, ,' Wood 1*"a' member 'df ''the lem'' atj I 9i:10, to be wIthlntheir. orders. Into a'form of sugar during the process -' i

; Trades at a meeting Sunday aa bas, practice'of> law at'Athena struck, McFarlane a powerful blow with boards pt aldermen. ,t.mle'dOllbt''is felt ""' "' \ 0 of Its manufacture In thlaway.
the
Justice Cob,when'b. 'reU,.. in October his .fist, the latter sinking to' I The crash.of t'the cbllldlngTralnrwasbeard required food is presented
"aatlqiuated Bad luxurious", ( ? the that aome :way will! be. found to nave, 1 to the.system in a pre-dlgested form

U.04. ot'jdlapiytng. :lUbor-crktMncUx wttl hv s' ,a rT.4;;"oa...the 'sajireme > ar'ound'and";,expiring! !! ,,almost* ""Immede !- Wood ,and'Wilson' .. from"(serving i the for a great,.,.. distance- ;up'and 'downthe and ,1s Immediately made into blood '

u.e $ lbuU.. q '" IIo'l.N f ,benchvfor' nearlyjilovenJ: yeani N sentence. 1.10" "',Mf01. ..\, .. xt I ,ot track/; / . ...,. and i.tissue, without taxing the dlgestlye -, l'

't ,"'t': ., ._ __,,:;;,""- ..- ,. __ "DEATH seNTENCty FOR :HAU. '' ', ,I -.' .ANDMABELLE A',organs.'remarkable '
iBL'AB4 FROM "TAINTED", MONEY :: SLEW: ".FAMILY: 'WITH| 'AX:., DANKHEAD .COMMISSIONED.. \ BILI : RETURN.! I result In'DOllrl.lI.. ye .
--:0-: ', y -' ( -'t' y raentj; Is obtained; the person using ,' a
'- 'Erstwhile Washington'Professor CenivM '' : r." 7 I"I'' Steel' Grape-Nuts gains quickly in physical "
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Crazed Trust
Cut'Deadly
"farmer Swath Bei President Says He Has-
In Manila Lose Arm Alabama Governor Confirms Attlon.f t
.. 'Paymaster' ; .d of..KlI1ln Moths'.ln-Law, i for. ; the StsteLegl.latare.i: tall Because the food contains
In ,Pecullar'Maendr.fM 'X Iaau.fa'': brUllantf young law prtfessor > Henry: ScuCcheaa/1 i / a farmer :about 'Governor Co er.of: AlabamsyFriday, I "I ,have:'come"back )ito! resume'' my Ilcatel(particle*'ot'PhOsphate "of Pot-1'del-(

Jar, Paymaster Eugene 'Coma.hubla' of Washington' D.0; ,, Was condemned fifty,year, :' JtarTr living 'a ar Nunica,' signed' ;the, commission ,,ot.3ohni; .U.Bankheada work,asthe? president-of, the, United ?,ash Obtained from''' the 'grains( .<''anl '

left arm 'amputated in .Uanllatha td.athlatjXertabrue:, Genoa; Mlchl.: ran amuck'Bunda,. with'aD'u; I United State* tleD&toi,to> ptaMs". '8tectCorporatton,7. said Wit. this, unites with the,'al1>umeD of all! '
'
ralllt of infection from, the ny, Monday morning afte a five days' killing: Ida .Invalid son,: his wife and sutcee| .Senator' MorganiHl ,slgna- Banv Mlli; i Corey,upon ,his. arrival,'In food; J jand the combination' I Ii" 'what'' !

uttg'ot; ,, .noDet JD\\,,tbe' pU'medtat' 'trial'fof'' ?tha Jaurder of his wife's mother forefather.Scntcbean.. : tare'>was(affixed wlth,. < a- tleDc.that"u. New, TpTk4.,8aturdsyfromthis; .holl.y 'nature' Uses to rebuild worn bat'cello- td
fi lyiJ. .... "wyjii; .'\r alth7. "r wid,nf c.f. 'ID' the braln.Thla, U scientific fact t
...' IIfJ ""Iti /, .wa.'Hter,shot 'hrUeJirr taken';,sways bjL.the';< new, member tot mOO ? 1Jt.Jal'.J"rp.Ithj!: ) his new thatMcaa! be';
.. QE1 ler.t $ad.ti3tdett1ni; (!!c.tTNoYemberf.,1ailtI'i.'tt "ai: Whom' easily proven Ib,1e"oj.' J c''days
aDd a ?I It. WcCleUan. [neighbor 1 ) the the upper house ofWasbingtoilttwMcbb.w1Uikeep wifeformerly; , MlssMabelle. o Oillnmn.. '' lIs,' of ;

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ifiP! CA9'rtON." r :WOMEN WHO CHARM:, f '
A1Ln'OADS
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"TJ at young lawyer tried of yours" '- -
.. . BEST PILLOW'
*
.. .THE
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."WelU": _,_ ; 'i. _
_+ -_ j I 'Haa.ee' pe4_the question Health, Ie theFiretEeeenttalrToward- ; ; :Making' 'a.. SHAM; ,HOLDER
"Only hypotl1.tAcaU.r.-Louln11l.:

One Umpire, ja. Offered, for, ,,Courier-Journal. .,. , Woman :Attractive., , .. -..

All Arbitrations in .Georgia.SUGGESTS ' . :NSt.'ttItns'DaaOeNarvoaaDiseases; tr' "'Neat,. ,convenient,'andjuat
FI JI8I" ; the' thing ,every
tnanentlycaredbjr. Dr..Kline's Great Nerve DIY-'
'--,. .. . Re toNor. W triAl bottle and treaties trgj. woman'' needs .if she
\\ 'I) Dr.H.-a Eline, Ld.,9M Arch St..Phil.. Y... {{ f fA nyB' would have a nice looking ,I _
)JUDGE MILLERCommissioner fir' bed. Can be used
l'dany'.a man ''who ia fancy free does I4I, s
not fancy his freedom. ;h .+, j IGn: iron or wood.;bedsteads. .

I ., 'I Guaranteed to '
//I hd'N ?iI
/ Buns, Says Roadtyust Hundreds ot ate told the last ten years .., We.)lave'

Accept Proposition,or Let rrocers that the, Argo Red Salmon)". I1tl !Ntitli'I if, II. i .f l .. h a t 11fa; lNt ,.thousands men who'of are satisfied using'them.asto
Governor Smith fame. TwoState the best Salnoa, that they have eve*' I Nl';'t:{ "' Careful Instructional with.,

eaten Ask your. neighbors It "th.r', each purchases
'Arbitrators."I / have tried :
it. ., .
,",.5. ONE 4MCTiTIl a ,
a., I lwlp ,: II' 'ip l RMJt,eT .T#! 10. .

offer 'you Judge A. I* Miller ot The reason ,woman.is more graceful xrMf; k. ry' of <:TY"CO AT.CANTA.'GA.
>
]
than man Is because she I.., are'u"" ;; _: ,: -,- '.. ,. ,
Macon aa umpire/ in the case of the ,

L' tax, returns of all the steam railroads EFFE'CT -- --. -
AWFUL OF ECZEMA.
,
h have not accepted the comptroller ..
which
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MISS HULDA KUGHLER MISS .WYNN
ELIZABETH
,, ler generate assessments. You may accept CoveredVltti Yellow ,Soroe-OrwWorsi '''i ''Kernel: a Good One

-Pnrruts IliscoarattedCntlcara There ia a beauty and attractiveness Miss Kalda Kufhler of No, S3, ,
: him .or let the matter gO' up to Drove Bores Away.. la health whisk U far greater Peat 15th Street, New York City/ ,' ; clean, heavy. You can raise this1 .,

Governor Smith for the appointment of "Our little girl one j'ear and a knit Aid, than mere regularity of '_tl1r.. ,writes : ' every'year If you fertilize, r ""a :'
.
I...*. taken with eocemn or that WM whu ,,
two arbitrators to represent .the the doctor saul \Ve A sickly.Irritable and complaining 'with
it WM. took tier to Dear Mrs Wnkhamj ,
late," three doctors but by this tine site ws woman alwajra ,earrlea/ a cloud) of 7 I
nothing but a jelfow, greenUli sore.', One depreaslon with her; she U not only "For lDemu. I was III with an Internal : ?
Such in substance was the proposition trouble. 1 .alr...... terrible wastook '
morning we dmrovered a'little yellow pirn unhappy herself but ia a damper to acony t
put by,, Georgia Railroad Commissioner .. pie on one,of her eye, Doctor trio S said all joy and happiness when with herla..1I .ooe different, trrltabla medicines' and aickvall.without the,time benefit., I

O. B, Stevens, appointed to represent ,'that we had better take her to some ey. ,. and,trieDe!.., Lydia K. I'lnkham.Vagetable, Compound -
.pecielut-/ since it was an ulcer So we" recommended and within six. month I d
the state ,to arbitrators, for went to Oswego to doctor No. 4; and he ,It lathe bright healthy,, vivacious ;was completely restored to health and I > a fertiliser that contains t
the three largest railroad systems In aid the ejreught was <
the state at their otnference held,, on discouraged but 1 thought we would try , sunshine wbererer she foes., -: ', risk an under-cupply! I 'r t' /

.\ Thursday in..the office of the railroad the Cuticnra Treatment eo 1 purcbued aset If a woman find that ,her energies mix with the ferUUur. .. ,;, ? a
II : of Cuticura Remedies, which emt me are flag-gin and that everything tire Women who are troubledwith Potash one per cent:
'' commission in AUanta. 91, and,in three da( )'. our daughter, who her| if her feminine system fall to painful Irregular functions) back.. add of Muriate of' foUih to =+ :

There was a howl in camp of course, had been sick: about eight month" showed! perform It* allotted duties there U ache b1o.tingorll.tulenoedisplace' of ferUliMr., \+p

but .Commissioner teec'wa.: ..determined .greiit improvement, and in on. week kit nervousness, sleeplessness, faintness, tnenta, Inflammation; ::01'1' ulceration. Farming Free '
ores bad diuppetred.: Of course Ib could backache, headache bearing-down' that bearing-down feeling, dlczlneaa.Indigestion ; on '
in his purpose, and the railroad not rutpra/ the eyesight but if we had need pain and ,tr..S'ularl'U.I.' causing ,' or* nervous prostrationmay . Full ,of practical
arbitrators\ ,after'a" discussion. pro and Cuticura in time, we are confident it would constant misery and melancholia' be restored to perfect health and to,be in every farmer's '
;' COil, In the course of which they found have saved the eye Mn. Frank Abbott, she should remember that Lydia B.' strength by taking ,lydia E. Pink ; ? f

they were unable to shake the fctate's K. F. D. No. 9. Fulton, Oswego Co. K. y. Plakham' ,Vegetable Compound' ham's Vegetable Compound, .. KALI WORKS "
.
August 17, 1908." made from native roots and herb will 1
reprceentatlveretlrGd to think it over .' M New V.rkt:
dispel all these trouble correct. Nft. PlnUuiaj't lovUatlo t* WOBCB., k B.lfcll c, Cfeleg: I ,
and determine in the course of the Men enjoy: doing anything they don't lug the cause of the it cures ; .....dl.C. AUaata, Oa. .
r'hext, two three weeks 'Just what where other treatment may' have : offlcw BMTMS you V .'4 i e'
or > have! to do for a living. failed. I Women suffering from any form . ,
they will do about It. of female' weakness are Invited to

' Commissioner Stevens told them if !dIM Elisabeth Wynn.' of No. SOS promptly, eommunlote with Mrs.rlnkbam. .
Chll4t iTe ByeeO Ith Avenue, New York City writes : at, Lynn Mass. From the T
.
-they would offer any' reasonable and t watery sore and ;Inflamed Leonsrdl'stioldeu symptoms riven the trouble may be rs ifl

valid reason as to why Judge Miller la Eye: It Lotion cures tttem without paiD Dear Mrs. Pinkham. located and the quickest, and :surest KWi'ht

should' not serve In that capacity; he .".one. day.Uoollng strengthens Dmtllng.! InrlcoraUog.weak.overworked.In- :;For months I suffered with dreadfulheadache. way of recovery advised. Out of her '
slat ., pain In the back aDd severe vast volume of experience In treating:
would endeavor to select another man on having "LeonardIt makesuoug
; .,,_ Guaranteed or money ro- bemorrbagoa. I was weak and out of aorta female ills Mrs.' Pinkham' probably dftILL.TONIC, ,
but until some good reason was shown luud.d. LrugglmiM sell It at 25 ou. or forwarded aU the Urn. Lydia K. PinkhanTe V..bleCom has the very knowledge--that will ADYeeanlmiW..dbhky
he Insisted oft his original propositionand prepaid on receipt of price rll. It. Oflnd helped me when all other medi Her advlee is free < taitdare'for 4< vnl leaves Iw'fced ....
seamed to be Jurt what help yourcase. Cures ChiDs ....Id.MNteK
aald he proposed to stand by It. XooiiKfdl A CoJ; :Tampa, fla. 1 sees d failed.and qulokly restored. my bIsiUL"MALSBY' .and always. helpful. ... Nld.w enn.tbl/rMV'.551DrysAeleft testy to note .........'....

'The three railroad arbitrators who Wise men miss a lot of real pleasureBecause 1 ; Malarial Fevers so. 'lt.r.I.r..o. .ice..i Ira t..xiirla.a.

met Commissioner Steven were Judge they are not foolish. i COMPANY, RUBBING'IT INT I SOe ... SI v0eilr'liav 7li .

8. O.' Adams Savannah representingthe I .i ..roRYT BTM. ATLANTA.. .. a',.. First Man-How 40,you dot ""
I
Atlantic Coast Line; lion Roland -, Second jao-Beg.; pardon but you : ; : :
' Include six: cane of Argo Red Sat. Female'CollegeaLaraluxc>e ,OA; ,
Ellis of Macon representing the South. have he advantage of me.
mon in your next grocery list. It will _uppo..1 I have. ... 81( The e*.end Oldet Celles f.. W..e. !.Am.rt.a.l
ern railway and lion Alex W. Smithof Jor FtntMan-Yes, I' .. __ _:
keep twenty years.enjoy > 'uwseMWaW IasW, C.III ss l.uurYw)rnM_
Atlanta for the Central of Georgia! "We were encaged to the'same girl; ... ...
s.'as e. vise --a. rsnl,,, of-- .
If' have but I you married her.-Philadelphia : _a.__ .....-,.. I.s.s.dsaak .. r... e.. (o.-t _
fen farming they
The Seaboard Air Line and the Atlanta 4f-fr .1LiitwleXKMr*AaliPi ii iMjswValiui tseSb.r.r i'..u-..Ui tri>aiT
Inquirer: aotoss M. W. -1A.TTOI> and West Point tax assessments enough money to hire It done. ant < ui ;

, are, also to be arbitrated, and when ; -. . .. f '
I they come up to Commissioner; Stevenshe A FRANK 8TATESIENT., 4 WORST MAMMALIAN. PEST. TE \'UNIVERSITYAND

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will also offer Judge Miller as um. ,
of
Man ,
Fraternal
From a Prominent of: It OF'AORIWLTURi.: ; 11 R
Department Agriculture Bays : : co LCac:
.. pine,. it being his 'determination non.l1l' *. tL,, ile. the Rat-Methods of Blgher Law, AgHealtsre.; EDglneerlag.! PbannMy Ts.ekiLlerestq'sadin
the sake of uniformity as near a* It Ii .. Destruction. J'r.! studies.. (46 iMtraotor(; Board M.SSa..month.'room VLOO..
Justice of the Peace 'A. M., Light; .
possible to get 'It, to have the fame I Tuition In nMatlmproyem.DUI. Graduates. among foremost. Lav.,,
of jRollayMo.., ,Major, .Uniformed It cost*'uertca.n farmers probably at'OD. Ministry Industrial! Arts finance' sod .Joal'D"' ....' yALL.TXUM .
'' \ J amfidmef ssi )k U fat ef
umpire ln),511' cases. ;A4l'othci| steam \/ <-*. _ ,; Tlel.vr' Knights ofPythias Puln I 1100,000,00 a' year to ,teed rata l th., Send,few Bultotus. 1 Deb t C. pip.., ChlflOaH *.... '
t railroads to be arbitrated therefore : ,. .. , .
Third Bat MAC, INERYAND Agricultural department, experts n : c.s. ...aa.se aa..ue e..
mar -count on the same proposition a* talion Second: Rtgtment : compQte that" the' average I cost "of I 4II
SUP P LIE S.
'was made" lathe foregoing' I. Missouri '' S1RDJI SUI/in
ao'
cases. about
feedisg'a'rat en'grata Is flftty
1'WtaIo1.a.,sod Tnotlwi>""*. ..Bollm* OF LOUISIANA
, Commissioner .Elevens; reached the .Brigade,..afarI, M.Jillw. _. OriM Mila. w..<.. < _sad Okie. cents .."ear. If for each 'cow. horse, ... *4 tl.rt lp.tn U- ,kotk am pleased to en d I.MIU ..-.-..Oo...l.M II........... l.MMk.Write .. 1.... .......... _.... '
conclusion to take' this position several r..l.h.se| n?-. .A4dr JI.o..-l wlew beep and hog on the farms of the./I ..... ... 10 .. ... .
t' dago ago; Final: ;and foromtst, ooa'n'done 'the "use of tI to "'_... O.' w.. ..... Be_.__.leWOODLIRON United Staten;the farmer supports' Nw..ay u r I
; . KidneyPills 'JSsvnt. rla'
grain the coat would reach
it his desire have beard me rat,on : ifi
was to a ;a medicine ot : -0:: ,
wfose'concluslons would as nearly as great merit Hav-: AND STEEL the enormous. total of 1100,000,000 a a.. u. :; .RLSAN5... La ,
yean- Even If half their food Is YL5hrd
._
equalise the values of the "' -- '- had '
personal
possible various IDS' waste material the tax: of feeding rats : :T&K
railroad{properties"of, the state., experlence'with msny'kidney medi: is still an enormous 'drain.

In order to'do thl.,'' It /is necessary to tines, 'I 'am in a position:to know SNAFis PULLErs N ER The Agricultural 'Department 1 !noon J. T.' ,, .:, ELITOH, IT;
am to '' US.
have practically the same board In all whereof I speak and pleased ,"Issue ,a comprehensive''publica- l*..*'... FOR 11....' CO1 GOTEONMENTINSPECTTON!
add m,.' endorsement 'and to J recommend Lregs ..IT15U. ......._
't' cases AiL tion on- "Methods of Destroying SIse. .. ., Z.sIp ?
Alta Max
their,use. Knros or BXS.TIHO BUPPLIKSLoakH :: : =:: a
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Jtn the{ next place it was his determination Sold by. all dealers. 60 cents a box. fan*},Ms hiss sal hits WorU i Supply Stork Rats.: This, will show that fhe __.s Is O.a.tr. A Faartr..1.....

to select a man who, represented Foiter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N Y. .AUGUTAI QA.- .. brown rat i Iia ,the worst mammalian' .noon*.!!-= : : "r;';'p.I.r eCN004orPVARs e = aeaa.a.ela. .. ea.ae.ss5e
1 the very essence of the Macon pest la existence, ,aDd In -.the, United r. 0__........_
,
'!platform, and who be believed would If you want a woman to: do a certain. .Light'AW'MILLSLATH States all other.destroys, noxious more animal property combined.Thls than. From;eeboelto 2O Mule;TeamBORKX' ; '

,,4 carry outthe wishes (It;tbe people as thing; get ,het to say she! wont., government, publication willshow' i poettloo.Write for .1trnl

therein expressed. That Judge; Miller "
that the ravages :of rats are

who was chairman of the 'Macon convention The milk pall Is kept 'tr.. fromstateness AND SHINGLE MACHINES, not confined to food.. .They enter II j 1St E.upals
and chairman of the state sliminess andstickiness IfIt tores and warehouses and 'destroy luiime CtHiaaWScbtslsf else,.awry artfvle Is peer aitoke er at 1 g
, < SAWS AND SUPPLIES, 8TCAM AND room-make them brl.hb-end tar Mirer .F..W,
democratic committee is such: a man, is washed with borax and water in GASOLINE ,CNGIN[$. 4 dry goods lace curtains,. carpets, !Le a k ldl puil.b.;,AU Vwten.,, erode. ausaae

a there can. be no possible Question or the,following proportions--one tablespoonful Try LQ119BA D.DGA.TA; )I woollens silks, kid gloves: t and. other aIAIP RUM !' TeIepaph" *"*" : ocean IIORAx oo r xw irhH8
Jxu.: ,
>>
to a quart of water.A leather goods. They gnaw through SZWAail.A; '
doubl I .... DY'FLY KIL ER rue ""
? 'I .n
TtfEWHITE : lead pipes, flooding buildings with .ad .owes I1...Y ladle
Again, it Is'well known that an effort Home-Loving Bird. STAR 'water or filling them with gas.: ',They COLLEGE . . '" .it. eslae.rs.. s.ul'si
bt.en pIM
has made to bring about wk...
; a foundations eC"
Injure furniture and the & _"I/ .. :
haSfea In the method of appointing arbitrators Direct evidence of the return of the ,, BUGGY and doors of buildings. They eat the CA.1 ,, z"i: !'.,,' ;- :, e 1 ae '1'"seI. f
came individual bird of a' migrating r + RMtHkfvl *. Radar rieeeretoo "t' .
and to have a new law enacted from electric ..wires. thus -- sayI.Mla.
,
and 0011. | 1aI courts I* lluoI lim ,. '" /II"I I Tr Ike. a...
J at e.os rumor: bad., It,:Ruth wpefUs to particular spot season,' i* built calling flres.' The average fire loss DoHotlo ..' Superior. &<1..... after 'aea80a-ts not easily obtainable.; ....0. looks < United States. due to defecUyeinsulation IM.. if
the avowed purpose of dispensing with for good n the .et5p.
believes that' he by desI.. ...
Beers
N. C.
but Mr. and Log wear ,, $15,000,000 an- .
is placo.at' s.eeld tor ale.Kaae1.0
the services of Commissioner Stevens PresMent
chipping HENRY Actinc
.. has ouch evidence concerning a It.e4tlwkroutrlde. sod .ut1..N' Dually, 'a consldeiable part of which ,, ".&Ka. rgarlaa.s.rb.I.Ts iF'R
'
,. in- this connection. The bill in question -I/akewood. New J*I. ,
parrow other nhlcla built la said to be:'caused by rxti. .
ay ,
which introduced by Mr. Atxand he heard a .
; was A few years ago .
say. It au a newt for durnMnty Rats destroy eggs arid.:Doling poultry .
, ?: of Deltalb unfavorably bird concealed in the top of "s eoiivlDoe any
: r was a:tie Writ* today for Catalog. pigeons! game,, birds aiil wild that Pas.

''.., reported by: the committee to which, It maple uttering a peculiar song which ATLAUTA B000T CO. song birds. They. ''have been known, EE"2_AatlMBtle will "

; wad referred and thus practically 1 'l1e could not recognise. Th. next ATLANTA., to kill young rabbit, pigs and lambs'' .......... ..a-..Va........." nS rove.do all her w.health elaloe.ls. '<

.:: .killed. season foe heard the same peculiar Oa: and even to attack children.. I....._...t.W. T"'..W.,...."----a.'r.... I her absolutely .; We Trial Asend
free
r.. '. song in the tree but a few,yards from. In addition to 'the direct'. damage,!"" -,.pl1r' /_lee ..br ... box ad'l'aztlne'wuh book a eI'Urge Inrtruotlena y
the original point This time he Identified I .null eI aM yelw.G and,genuine unUmonUU. Send
.
rats are known tc' bo agents 1 W'carry i 11-. _.. A"-- .' .' -- I S
,,.COLORED KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ,the :bird. which seemed to nave lHICKS'' ing disease: germs ,:from ,house; to" ; .......... v... your name ash addraaa on a poatal card. .'

a song of its ,own. The third yearhe ; house and from city to c4ty.. .Bubonic I j
:Denied. Charter 'In State by Georgia did not visit (Lakewood at'the pro-' CAPUDINE, ',, plague Sa' usually' carried from ,Art,I Oil:ii,.USC Ex: PAXTINEi =?: ) :

Supreme C urt. per season to meet fcls little friend IMHIMAiaxv cviute to port' In this way.: -Washington. Old EYE WATER I .I' -)t ..
he heard and sawIt -'s. "''HEADACHESCOLDS feettons, neb as nawl catarrh pelvlTeatunh ( ..
The oeorcla/state supreme "court.' but'the-fourth' year correspondence of the Now York II arm caul.led U.. and InftantmaUoa rimed by(em>. "T y'tine
/ .:again n ar;the same spot. It ap- a.-Ju.. It imt < ; .t'
In a decision handed down Friday: held i World. .noe : n. U'' sore eyes sore throat and
.pealedalways to make its summer K .*( b_a tire m. mouth by direct lorM' treatment, lueuratlve :j.
IN e TO n novasTitol .
"
that the negro Knights-: Pythiasajihould t.0" 1 power over ,be.. trouble*Is eatraordlnXry >
tome to the trees on an area. not. more Bwlt stair' Oretfha li f.l. dollgse.4 t. and gives immediate repel t' .
.
; not be allowed to, secure., ,a than two acre in extent Electric B. R.'..In', Prussia; TW p..i.I ( a .d.foldp) !e use IraAvoid Thousands' el women are Wing. and yea L--i .
;. ::: : 'r .. rn mroemllng ft day. W cents at "''i. '
rcharter fronj th4 state, authorities are?cal: "" every .
: "SaittoB .
POINT OP ,RESEMBtANCH. The Prussian ...h i
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i see -
9 t.a ii n eae "" '
J; "". "".).1:, _..bDliISc. IT/USTSY4VNOTIIINoTOTRYIT.: : : f :;!1'
..1eotrif1nc.the
of although
The her of
-Georgia Knight Pythias the cost
: ; Malll'foa' Gray... Stella-Does her auto. match. culatlng. .and MICKEY Box SO.UrU"'...._..' '&'UB"'r'AzTOIpo.y.etoa. taa :' ,.
'", "they have-Ito charter:#rpxnjthe; "!"I'had'4"pueerjob"yesterday.: : ; s.ald"a gown t line .of railroad betweenAIItoD&

'. .hate,, allege jhatthe efforts of the nth-' letter carrier,(ias be warmed his Bella-Yes, they are neither. of. .them Ktel. sixty-five. .miles- 'with'' la view,.. will, : Eye Wiiter -v-r f $9 r rAUWQ1)

gross to' secure a charter was' an infclngementupo'n -, cold blue bands.( ,'nl delivered a wreath -j>aM for,-New York Sun. If the plant should not'seem' 4oo costly a tec. ( a Slr.
..
t working for: a J _,. . I'
I. thci jr name,. to ..: grave/:' aTtwa1 _t-;. ;,.to. test.electrical( ; t. I \
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., track,on aEr6tClasiyaliroad"! .
heavy '
t immortellesjn
'j t fit; '.j. C-- !.J. a. mail wreath of Argo Red Salmon readily adapts Itself exe.pUona.1ly.ltratch-t and )
Thin line is
a pasteboard ,box The address , to the requirement of breakfast/ '
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"FLARE BACK-CAU8ED HORROR. ; level end has a' heafiy'passenger ORBATB8T' H.ALER'"KNOWN TO.8OIKNOK. t
.
; Wood. ,
was Orate of James Love luncheon;' dinner '
or supper and give Js chosen Non FoiMuoas'Non Irritating.; "AUay.'Jadammatbsand'steps'i
s ; .MTBoard' i : awn'' Cemetery;'F.trat..Lot. to Right of seasonable variety every'meal... traffic, and for'thU reason > "J from any: eana.i! As strong: as earbou aid and aa harmless a* ,
Reporjs Regarding'Powder-- Smith Monumentvnmonand ?- ,'" for'''the experiment; but ,whether It .... milk. Cares burns .instantly. cares old ,and chrome sorest' .
not will) depend on the sores and inflammation from cans beaat. FoH .'
tried any
U or '
.: .plosion l on; B tfe."hlp,Georgia.!:"_ ,, : !;of;timeeI Ji.d1'p..sed'tbt cholera sorehead and 'Sat1.bCUO
I : British 'Government owns %IS.- cost .of transportationd: ,: ,eijulp- ::;eurea* rout: .. *.. podtiveM
;
.. T&e. naval court' of'inquiry:.in ,the cemetery Mon any round,, but The :, .. : -H 1 ,;
,," s.c.of the; explostin'on'.the" t battleship never thought;'to make 'a,'a,4eUnrT', GOO camel.., .. .r.._.. .,'. .. mend,lFntl ter. 11I1"111o _' .. ..'.'' M1_. itfsdb1 'eJtU<<:D"C7B'DIJA_ co;;. TWWeNb'
one -''of the Georgia,,,0nd) :thai.,)thaAccident;;. : ., ,re-. ,- L'IClolnm"l1"toundtitme r
suited Jtronx.A'"flareback' :' meaning Love crave .

I., e that She breech:ot :the etghtdncli'gdn easily mound;;. I"Drustte&ipr'inow with my bag and taking. off' the bet: p rt r ... .1 1 ,., t C i pi 'I J 1

....1.t.! ) >t pelaltgrrft, 4 ad beep' ,l"teaUv 'umfSlabox ..I.t' 1t.on,the"' ,h r1a ( V1 WI IM.' ? I 1 1 ,' _
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.' Mscha7ged. some ihjreds of burning bright'. green crass.. 1

,. "cloth ''or unconsumed ,gas was' driven "I consider that the tytrangest'ax.periene. .

..' Nnpon,the, powder about to. be inserted of 'my fourteen years':".er-,'

':;;0" tot.''thenext"charge: ."vlce.-T-Mlnnea0oll t Journal.." .. aue..of. U'lot.r&II\ \ !. creyjielr*.;.U.* .... Clt. .t.MMTQItCR. rioe.. i.OO._ retau, fo'I< ..

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4 ... '\ The road machine'Ia with us a kick- KoUce: ol |Application to Sell, NOTICE. : '' ":
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inlr up ..Urt.c.. Lands.. : LI Q U O R
I .. 3 Too war for ,,a'.loac arUcle. .o, Katie I* hereby ilea that the aadarMa4 Utendte t
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WHIl MfflMrS 21. "".. e** will close with the remark that still0.G owrdeoocraUa :i To All Waosa U Mav Coooem: Ie"no.)apply....August. the Coiei,1.aer".ef far florida......at Fatal T J. ', ) .
are .
roosters .applies $. ..b heels..-ebea w .3..1 asrwttwtred loan ... "Rirbr.trb.rCampsa". "

,Reported.Weekl1: by O. I., C. | abundant.... _ t. . --. y M. Pat&... sales peialia 1M faU*.wias* t-wire. aaon -. w _. ALL THE LEADING BRANDS OF :

: YCI' U-.rc .......wilt__ ..we'--. 1M Ea..rW ,' laal..whica to Me ta tb* ofllc ft Secretarye(8taa .
..... ....... w. a. J.b.w.a w.w +.d.. d 0.-1& .
Bf thvfttata of
A. four correopobdent *1U bftoe: 1* old of order. YOM gob bed In _. s.ci Reid.. at bb .... fw :..... C.Florida.A.CARSON.J .

h that bare paaMdt a bad homor: and get' ,, MP with a bad _CllW.-f -.... vnuui .aUBunuunujuw. >UBUB> ."fcnni BBnfAj* ofAaw.t. .
AJCkANFOftO.I .
usingovcreveou taste in your mouth. You want aootethinff .,A D.fMC' fur am eider....a1 ut Mires I WHISKIES
bU mites J reverts to ODe of the tuoat to stimulate 10U'1I1ft'. Just .k___ef thaaaW Jerry M. r>Mlr "I I M.KATZ.pRorosfeD .

stirring *.enl In hi* life. M.torjr; try Herbine, the liver regulator. A ail ..-............+.m.a1 '-I (= CHARTER or THE KUUIMMEKLUMBEB ,

and, by a iDcuUr coh elclM>>Ce. UMUp positive care for Constipation, Dyspepsia .dat4e..trSO..M.d ..... 1t.Y. '
and all U..n-coapl.lo. Nrs.F.lilt. . COMPANt.TL..adan..dasocial. .'
** ot Ime bas brought the 21M day srwiCLa Case Whiskies.
Worth Texas writes: Domestic Brandies.
F. week -day ........'-...,.-...- 'ha .. th* ..... lli rial;ilrmlnifiirfer : .
+ of .lul block to the) same "Have used Uerblne ia my familyfor
:" ___ the .... of under '.Hot Plat QuiltYebb.prlos..Rye CalZfnral I raMaryland Ii.a.IR .
whatI .......tlr a'a as.i of 1 leer -i ; bmnalm Inunaniand ( *
that t0em Word cant .. ...oIjtwii Tt lie .
express .a
I It
U ("fa. tSur.da) M WM oa think years.about it. in my ...>_.*.'** awed etI ... aS4. w .'. 1M laws of the huts of Florida forth* nooses ,)S Rye. 40 TS (1 >>. 1 AilNebo. : ) Peurh .-.. *. 52 1

!'r orabl.d.7-Sunday'Jlly Zl.I,1MG'I E.erbodt. and are .f thaawU.! UbeaVVteftheewVt.theeH af th* cam of buataeaa under MM following Charter. K,... u. .40fTIi I1Wi N.II'I.DdAPItIe .f;. lie

TbU memorable day chanced O. L C. household are Rober- .wl*.doe_' W*h*soil-.sad th**H e. Article 1. '''The urn of this CarporaUou ahall Harper vonrboa. .4O 7. IM North harems rasa....V\ lie
1' owe it to Uerblne. Sold by J... K. Prp er Huab.a..Lt M' J 21 North Carolina A.s lie 2
tt 0 from a recruit to, a veteran. without son's Pharmacy. the nrVtafaeutfcui M-aili.bj fl s of r az .: b* Kuutma. *** UunlpCompany.. Ita principal oolee Haltiniore Rye ...M7.b | IMHunirr Janet Appl Jack, ....*\ 41 t
", etperteaoe that ? th*.S ef tb*-"-.and tb.a4ofLb4 **eV(ef aea.C .Ac*shall b* ta the Town'e/ Uaabnm** CityFtav. Bait nor* &,* I no,
f.,; the scar. but with the hrrlff of Bradford a- ,.........1S s ci r.*:tbe u4, W the aV,, -' Old tYeutkMt K,. ,4O 7& lItO in
.had left L: P..BtnneU, SOS Ha li >-- shell b*eariuttd la oth II Feather Rye ..... . 1 Wnermoat Imported Wines Case.Port .
-\ actual I wa r Impart, W Oen. .....lC, tile _"...tbeawUaadtb 1
county and a man well known throughout w.V.t w planes' w Stat., tae ra..rida. and slawkwenthe.bi Ry ...... .. 80 ftMi
,. Joboaon' aril for the purpose of re- Florida committed suicide& his art*af s.etL.31.slip! a*.uf r t.a tb*aiwM ..m... lwi..g.ad.: or. othuwwIeas ChueM: alt.dluilled e.- .JCAlI ..... i I.: ::": :' per boute'. i

eaforcloir Beaure..rd< at Alaoaaaa. borne In Starke on Saturday nUbt: des_'.. the aeH W UM aw>.f the ewVeftheuwt4.thwH fay be. f.oarry.n aevadent.. preially for uedlcloal I HhtrryBurrundy. ... .
.. . . 40 U Nt W a
< I ute I \1
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Sheriff Bennett rtaawVaadtba "
ef
after midnight. .=: *, the *wMa I ..,
shortly bsuarne >
M1k ,sod "* arrived on the Held Jo time to Article t Th*aoral solute of Ute buainemeetebetraaaaetadbraald Wodfnrd" Coast Ry.,. *> P I t\, .. 1
fired a pistol ball r-into his right .___ M...........*,r-JI' *e. th* .w! .''''* X 'KreKdcemont ... I 7A I Rhine Vjlaea a
Carporatfo ahall .. febttHd. 1
r participate in ODe ol the most glorl<< temple, and death wa Instantaneous ef tbenwUer'iiittina-aiaa.blagae*' r *. (breeD Wrap. Claret, In cue. ... 7*. IS*

OWl victories achieved by the Cooler. Sheriff Beoneu was a very popularman thauwSaf w,.'...lheaSaf th* .w:!. of aaf .e. .ewe and operau ..-Uk. planinc mill. uerwbNbert. .. '25 wi 1 W nay '0.. '

+ big-hearted and generous. but aI........po. r!! uthe .S*f the ne>6. dry-Ulna turpentine stills andtbeltappuru. Cream of Kenturkr.tthi. .*" _ **.O. 79CuoadefTenn I 1M M Ii. K Mtimm' Extra Dry. 3 onSo .31
.FI|
,,
eracy. ance, tram-road and lacinr plant I* bimanufacture '". Mnti 4 ChodOB; White el *
his greatest fault was intoxication: _.."ad tbb.'t of the ..>.. of ants_ lpt.wnslie loOl".u (4.I ...7>' to I mOld sAle
w Our I'rt'a t*'C dread, on enterlig( oyr I and bit craving for strong drink. It is a.aT r !g it.t;.h*a'y.f tba nwl,. the aril and Otherwise deal Jn lumber Joe .. ..r: . to I roKotonkyDew Beer and Stout Doze'Be..I.A.
f was that we ahoold be! like ahinrla ,naval atones and mercbandue. of all '". .. M per
flrtt, ftgbt; his rub ..
believed, wa the cause of sc rw3jatwa'isiend.alnwa.hip 11 of r Red Top .. AO "
kind to ...... and acll rew-boata and "d.'
: operate
acoldler reported In a North Carolina - --.---- -- -+- :a.thHaftt' !.*Bf anetiaai.tawnabip r V aef ; Nark Kogtn :..at TVl I flU ....',. per daabmnnor'a J'
Tb.(3.I.le Ucbierai to purchase own and hold ....... timber >elr MI4 . Vi Vtlux ISO f'WIII', ... .. "
r3eaDef---.25. of 7 *l
reffiment! who could not aland r 0; i and Umber privileges .by deed lian. Umber permit baiumore C>'*, .; ...4 *V> .1 re er Rush Slue Label n 0' I .
tiprA That won't cbme off b w.4 ef sots sad the H;of..'f aecOoej 7 <
known to mOl'e appears oa town. Old Cambridge .'" 7' I 110 Anhaer bowl I Biwweiatr "
alwaya
fir* and wa* erother form of ran tract,and to eU. mortr*** IIAnhu "
.
b,'* face after one boUle ,Of ".bile'. .Up 3.: of r 29.;, w .. of}e4 _a>n 1* Puritan Kya :.n ft I frll
out. of the way of .an appruachlnirbattle Cream Vermifuge,, the great worm born j.msdr2.cLat.I..a.s .. WadI J; orotherwiMdlpoeof' th. ame.te build equip. Golden Cream ..,*.. 7* I NI Rye Whiskies by the Callon.Goldo
s own and oparat dock for sons forwarding;erdborpera.sKbaepuher Pul Jones .)M HI 125 .
rtually"a I lieuteoaot. remained medicine..b, not keep that' smileon all block X *. .. L a, t ... *. 10. 11.all block Jt; of tooiUtuuoti. .o 'ISKentfickvTvero I No . .
hold. ,
.ell In tired' rear of the UD baby's face.' If you keep this Puhtf rark.a! block: ... lota L 2,z. t fca block u* mortcaa .* 7A 110 star Rye . per.. pHs... t N''' .
,t lees. ..U and taco property, real.and pereonal. Mountain "pring R,.
Brook Hill Bottled InOrerrhsItfbntll.d'lo IMl '
combat wss .t. medicine on band, you will neversee K let. L X ;< .. Hack IA. iota 3. 4. L'la block If.fata ( Mountin XX .. !
Bnnuir Kre
when an Impeodictr lnI'IDdi..lIWrb..... bade of other eoii.ora eui8by to -
anything ele but. smile on his % *. .. *..a\W block*,all hloeka tJ,2:.5',.2t. bond i 13.1 M: afountai.SprtugRy.XXX ".
h :hand, and a* the man .tarte. hailed him with the deed ta secure debt .bonds or other oMMraUamitbeufwj ld Crow ...... .. .... .00 Kentuckir Pridt.7tesred ,
the lieutenant .
rear writes: bei.g b Went r( -BUI,. *abdim\ .ou af aae. .. <.olden Crown Rr . ,toO..
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"I. oak .
Teanei .
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to receive parment for the capitalMock ejWbUker 4
command to return. : \.0' the'"'ranks and ,"My baby wa* peevish and fretful. Lioct 210-.Iaip Zof r at.. .aupti and, .*> ) .. .. _...... I ail\ Krho Sprint Rye .. t!
of '
of this
Il.f be- Would not eat and I feared be would .w,.., ......... tIoeftr. a atri* of land .* Company ia money or property a Keutucky 1'r.ide: ....,K 00 100 Lebaoont'lubdoublelamp M .h g
with the further. Injunction to quit .. .
Just valuation la Axed bjr the Board of Dirac Ccramof Keuun-kr .
die. I used bottle of White' CreamVermifuge
a feetwUeuwuadartehtf way for railroada ..
luf tuck a baby,. Tbe..tloldler'* reply ,and he ha not bad sick rmiiith*.r....rak..4 W BW>.., of nw),. tar, ..make Contacts or ulland ovarr. kind \ta. Malt Whisky. in Glass-Case Goods. Holac Top* Baltimore Rye, 14 rear, n reroUlRed old ./ei. .. i: t

wax ,",lab J,wa* a baby and a gal.1baby' day since. Sold by Itoberson's Phar the ne*%of*w,, tad.the wreef*e). of awl,.aactioallawnhin eldest U sad for tbe furtheranorof Its purpose .',
bad buainee* iacladimi eontraat. between the caMCarporaUoaa American Malt.. ... ..4* 7J I toO
at. that:" macy. :s\.of r J If r.Ute sw!.. th* nw!. ofBeWaadbcrialehaimeof and individual and other can IniSV.. pure MaJ t. ....u Tt 123 Corn Whiskies by the Gallon.

and the r. earner of the**. bunches Malt. 1 y5
of North rarolinsWhit.
The booming cannon t wna: to make much brlawa aa mar be d--a CornPtone PH a.lloa t.
.f thUof eecUau:I tewnahip:$.uf r J J.and! Mountain WhlMCorn .. "
bursting bells at flit produced Notice of Application For Tax beat:sod venerallirleeKertiae all pOwers Incident I Domestic 'It ,
llb / and 'Imported in JCorth Carolina Yellow
D run tins s 9 chama and 34 Rake to w aid* Gin Cora
light.confusion In our rank, but it. Deed Under Section 8 of Atlantic Copt ten*Railway lh nci'__. to UM conduct... purpoaa of the buainaeeof 6 year* old *. *. *ail
North t'.m11naW11kstouoty
was only temporary and not severeeoough Chapter 4888 Laws of ly ..... with said railway chain, ........ .I aid Corporatioa.sad to have, esereia and eejeJ'aU Glass. -orn.I ).nn old ,S ?/ ...
chain and. (1'iltak! to beainnlaa BMM bain 1.I rtehta. power and privilege af Corporations Booth'. OM Tom Gin; I N. Old Hanns -- . u a |
; ..
fTrII to allow the enemy any material Florida. arranfaed and relating under and .by virtue of the Booth'. Dry Oln ..... 11\0\
.
.aectlDa twaki.29. a of r"*.the e.'. -of theueAaectaaa .. ilnFootbofn . .... 1M
advantage' We soon bad them Katie ll hereby ulna that. T. M. Murnbr I*tewuahip 5.ofra *. .thewtofnH laws of UM Start of Florida. Holland .la, ... I tip Lowest Prices by the Gallon. ,

-on the run. and' Yankee coau, hat, pU Jaa.er of Tx CcrtUcat, Ho,g7 date lb.tt and th* ne"i of awe! .aectioa t townahip a a Article< Tbe Capital. alack authorized shall Hell GroUordno .. 2 Of Rye from n> _, y
..
knapsack', cartridge boxes run*, ,. day of Jon*. A. D. I SOS.: ha eled;..id of r W*;the.w', of nwU of 11.-, See. II town.hi .1 b* One Hundred" Thouaand Dollars (ll1Q.Ono.00). Phosphate UinMln ... 40 75 I I.ItO foO Corn from ....... . . 15;top, .
certificate, la oHIc*. and b.. mad divided into thooaand (t1JO!') hara of the Gin from ., . . l eo'' Si
erens haveracks sod canteens my tppllcalion Sh of r V a the wV, of awl, of naS Sec.(U ana par Mobil buck : V M' 00 ,
sod ,
for tax, deed to lu fl..s.....,. with taw.bipI. of r S.. the. .w'). of aeU ..,dott 13feowaabip : value of One Hundred" Dollar IjpO.OO) _II. I'erll., .. Island Edlur.noeis Mi I 00 Lad all other Liquor In propenion..Gins. f.+
.
the road for miles 'I\'oUe'. ehtdamArbnapp
were along
strewn law Mid oerUncate embraces the lolk>wine V: .ef r 29 e. th* .w*% ..f ne1* i tiunS4townahipX Not law than Thirty-Are Tbouaaad Dotlara of '

i'Ix denoting a sadly demoralized army of decrlbd property aUaele' la Oi *ol* County, >set r Zt eall section 1; u.*.>. of paid cinch shall Ita paid for in....h. 1 he balance tome Hark Oln nd Be.1 .- I :II . Rums*and Brandies by they!

Yanks on the retreat. It wa all very Florida,tc-wlt: n.4 of aactiou J&. the.'.ef nu"4 eertki :'. the may be iimd. in periuent of property labor orairvtceaat "' 1 Lon .. 2S M I m Gallon. .1\\
Ked Gin . .
welt for those who were not in the affray 8wUl KE 4.-Sec! 1 T.:III South-*. ;?a e*,se0 nw'i! of ...'i eecuon, S'".all la townahip. &\ of I a)art valuation to be Used.by the OiArticla .. Old Ton. ". ;rv 5oUoderuond t :: RoMGlu . ,

'immediately acre. raga reetoe.' Old Tom Ghi.. ..... ".1'i 'iTjImported "
to declare that had we The MId i.ad beta*; spewed at the date of HoIl.. Alee all the r(.rbL.IiIIe.....Interest of the mid Jerry 4. The term for which aaiii Corporation Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. .h.
.
the of Washington Krlton'.S E. Rum.I.rd' ... "JJIL.wren
advanced
city the Inuane ol xxh\ cerUBckte ID Ine name of
be (9.)
M. aIaaIl."ia&shall nincty-nioe
Pta... I* the follow in* 'leem.- th.she year 6a Medford Mom. T
'. was within our grasp; but. our A. W. II proulUCm Ling an one....f iatemt.. Svb-teaae from D. Article I. The' buainee of sold Cornoratioa Do...,.'. Special, \ II !viUoi Qu.1\a Peach .7. ,.. yet callon: : .ye.no.-M t.7V S.W aaa lM i

boys bad been steadily fightinir from *** said rrrtlfleale hH b* redeemed C. -:.e*> of ne'I.. w.'tof_',and._..", ._<,4 hall be maaacarl by a Prudent a Vice ....1. William IV, y..O. r. 2(0, ,Annie.'allfornl Bran B'ark' and w bite Scotch h .raDd,.ter gallon
law deed will 2 .I.OO
according to tax larae the'. to t M
k
; 11 o'clock in the'moral n* till. 3 In the Doa of sectia l* the" a4 of .eV. sad .\\ of aw1* of dent: a Secretary a Traaaurer and a Board of Director Hale and Hag :t 60! .
the 2Mb day of Atvun. A. D. 111II7. le.the.'.of.\1o. the awl. of eel*, and. *of not more than arven fit member*. The Ihiovlir. I",..ta . I AO Port and Sherry Wines
''evening, ands march of about ,Witness mf official*in.tare bad eal Ihli tb* by thtr
be held
wH of a**..ef aerUoa M la towaabip s ef r :29 otnoe of Praudeat and Traaaarar any by
twenty-eight miles was not to be lltli dy of July.A. D. 1!W7. .. th* wH ef w4..action 17. the wH.. net,*. the aaaM peon and. UM umber of Director reduced The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon. (;

,thought of. .Following' a scared, unarmed r'ULJ E U LESLEY: the .wu. et7.f.w4aed.fdof aerueu U. tile to not MB than. four (s) If the .byUera'aaprovide. tainahje.Wllke Aorellie*. par botu ., '. ... ..... ..\.1.,
mob that distance gaveno hope Clerk Circuit. Court wSf. .trli aadee. *< of..,.at aactkm III town.tb . The Director* ..* empowered to dcletat Calllornia Port per .....M. 1M... U*
COOIDI N,
,. c.t.:;; SO 1
Cuifornl.
Oweou County Florida.By .hiprisafexarww4 of ns4, n.l.f.wti. to any on*or more! of the officer of the mea Sherry "' 100. LM. LOS ind U*
Old Harveat 1(. C. . -A 5n 1 lea '
of reaching the Cal'ltallD time to have AKTHCK Imported Fort W per.allo. ,. aal
t r E DOSEOAIf, J).C. .1M.',of.....the awM and.the awl. of aekacth Company tba power to erlny arenta and ...- Maple Corn .... .V> roo. on tmponed Fort ear botttt.*.....,.1.SalifSaalt. ,
r rI rTi performed remarkable feats which. ---- u 19 towBbiuZ>.of r Ift theuH of uW vanta. Tbe annual. meetiaaj for the election ofeAocn c..ba1.*? . ..& b> 1 MLlk \ Imported berry, par guila."" &.GO..I

at home ice cream eaters; etc., flz up Notice of 'AoPUca ion for Tax and. a4f" ee!anrtianS S>township%.*f rMtcth* by the Knckhotden of the Company shall : Vlir .2.\ SO I 00 r .1

for us. Better-favored men ,than Deed Under Section 8 of.Chapte"r .wU of awl 4-sale;of..'". ..,:of .*>.. uwM afrw b* held oa UM Brat Wedneaday July each. sear s Imported Cognac Brandy. Orden will
\4 and aw'iaf..!(.aetioa7..tawB >ip :2S* ..1rl9awwl4.fwdaa1(2. but this data amybe chaaared by UM byktwa.TbetockhotderhllnMotaa not. be filled without*
";your correspondent having given 8S9, Laws. a1d .wt sad UM "do"" ., H s.,.i:; xxix .. . ....k oo cub, poi .offioe truer express mooeyi
ti tie .vivid descriptions of that noted b.... of Florida. ***, .. .S M\ order or certified check. Send '
j, nu4{ of sal( ABcnat.. D- UOf. ijriiiliinn.Pla far UM Martill XX.XX . .. .... 130 money,
tie, and as, we could only describe )odor 1*.hereby give,bat.&.U O.OverMreetparebuerof _i.* 2It, .w :WBwH ictnn l 9. .'a aad the Scat annual. BMOUMT of 1M Gapes: for tbe par.peeeof with order.

.vents that occurred In our immediate TaxC.rU5eMeaal.. dated the .44ofaSof.slf, .....u", etiU aaetiaaaOtawa nailing ... 0.._at6.-adoptinc by ;

Mb fey of I..* A.D.lB t hat filed paid e rUfl >hip.}*of rWcur!. of aw,.. mti of .,mm.ilirliar ITi-.sad far UM traaaaetiaa H. W. METCALF 'Coil
well the time
.
DOC consume
vicinity, eat In my oSie. and ham mad application for ..S.etio.mL.w'oseif" eecUoa 34 twuahb oferedbvthe such.tb.a.. .:.......a sw Ita-nb-mead.. :

required to five a description of that lax dead to tame la accordant with law. **.of r:29 a: eel*. *!i*f-M aeetlou 17 tewuabip mart his-. WntO the officer. tab*

noted combat,.but will only say that Said eatttOcaieajfcrace* the followIng 4*. BfrHCarHBctioa 111., wS of awW elected at tb*lint dertmu ahall b* elected and ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO

after the, fir** nervous excitement bad .crtb.dDwp.rtysituated la Oaoeola eouatr, .acUaantBwuahlvSiauf r 21 a. exempt seal qualify the....'-of tth CmpmathiB ... b* FLA:

9f'w Florida.to-wit.>* .artef eeidwHof uwK ...... S3 n* lie efubti tanauclad by th.*foOowia named aAeara: C. A. v

paased away: during the battle our Sir UfKWM lee.14, 1'.. Santa R.V8. Eo *load' :teaa from R C.F.etwy.SC of self Caruso aa rraaklaut aad Treaaurart i. A, Craaford JUG' TRADE, A SPECIALTY tt.

hoys appeared 'quite ,unconcerned eootalaJBf to acre nor ar test ..3 .,-" W -'etI w34..etb. a twaaip. a* Vice Pr........B. I* Lupfer a*s.a..rr ,

about the Damerou' whizzing. bullet The laid land being lulled at the date of ...", r II eo:.... f_ Gee W hoe -U ..ra14.dia29..blp and C. A.. _!; A. Cranford. W. M. W. .

:acid')projectiles, hat appeared to be Ute s--web eer&Itea&e fa Ute name of LS .crt r"r. ....r.- .-S.L. Lupfar.E, Lealev.. M. Eats sad H. -

.. : Peacock Boat*wed Co.DaleatMldenttfleM Peter .ciiHkau-n..'*i *,town. V.Stanford a*Dimeter '
fromevery/ side. A
quick
',. iV' l'CIOmm"., I *..... be redeemed aorortflaa *h. 25..5 r 10*;1a.s cram J+ E Partin-eeH ofwHMeUau9 Article .. 'JIoe NAert sweat of Indebtdrso RATES AND SCHEDULES TO THE
sound could be beard each '
on
.yt-afsstng ;to Uw, Us deed will Une thereon eo *ofrOuleeefrom; oars Baa* or UabilHie* .. which Ills Corporation ens 11

.Ids and it'teemed at at, one time, the tab day.* ..-.A. D. 1MT.WitneAi -.4.1..5{..>ief wi(and mlL of smiles I'. say an*Come ashen. Itself shell be Tea Huudraaand i

.M ' that to have moved the head either to sur official sfzaarv and. el.this tb* .I4 "ei4 wtiala elf crt .w1(. w14 ..eti._ rift.Thouaand Dollars ($0.a.W).

*. tbe right or left would certainly Intercept lah day of Jaly, A. D.1907 1D.a1 i.5.w14Rd..i4.1..lf wiles .. Iowa Ar cJe7. 'JIoe sow and ,tmidniii* ef th* Jamestown
i (sat.) Eo L.LESLEY skip 2$*"r 10*; .*...few Edward YatavetalwHafHeetn7uadawV ubaeribmuT tnourparavor* trainer with Cba err ExpositionS '
a bullet We bre a*
not -* ( ,of ae ( aectiaatf
Clerk Circuit Court Duocol.County r lot Ida. herafabamafftCapital sack anbecribed. by
I badly frightened .. wag feared, andtbeTiotorf By AKrarrs L DOSEOAN r.c. (ownahin>>*of r.e:lean,f ram Walter Baa*. each are a* foOowc

hopes for ..-! gave us Treat !
Nato : N*.W sa.c. ..-
: >x DaUy,
the future. Many of us lost friends Notice of Application FoT; ; close Belt A. Carwa Kl.iln... r.... ,IS* Slxtr-Dar: Tickets .
wayof St. Sinai Railway, 33 70 Sold O.I1Jr.
..
"hoot, we' afterwards: ,missed but; a Deed Under Section 8 of Ioca I. 9..and tb.HraMof" aactioa al, Iota 1, J.A. Cranford Jaekagenrttw. TU,. .... K Fifteen-Day Ticket, . .. . . . . j} 35 Sold Dally .
... Jarratmnrine. Fla ..10E.
soldier soma forget* those of his coiu- Chapter'4888. Laws of S,I. c and self ..uuK ud**M settles S3.: aH and W.U.wm . Coach ExcMr-lob, ni.K. sold each Tuesday and Friday, limit ten ('
. I*. t>aMy rhiihum*. Fla H
cadet who have shared the natural *wi 1 Florida.Kuclo M. Ita&a.II:rel...1... ....... 3D ,
( aU tewnahip.. K>of r.,eo:ale*all.. ew-3-i"ofueUawHofBuHofovXlylacaduth .
fe fate of war R. c.Sanford Uaalmma*. Fla . ....alN. "
,1* be""eo that i H.. l.anir. ) ..riPt of B.Can.. LI. dmau.. FtaD.C. .. so Coast Line "Norfolk "
1 list ns return to modern dates, however,1 Br.,vurahaMr of Tax erUacate Ko 2N dal.ad way*f 8t, Cloud Sucar Bait hallway andneKofwXofaacth Flyers.
.
tb* Mb day 01 Juan. A. D. 1906. ha* Lee K'.lmmFI. . 210 ,..
and try to give the reader something aloe aid oartlScat in >nnta nahln 2S.ci r ao*; alas all
efflca aad ha .
my maxl N. C. Bvyau Kuulmmr: IT* I 82 IO!
." .. more .Interesting than dull .PDUeaUoifortaxd *d.lames aooordaao raotamal asctls..1 and 8 township erg a of r ......... .. .. .. 8S 50''
Ha
with law.8id r.abewHactioaStownahiB of rID.; W. B. Khulnimn; .10 LT. Ki .lmm* 1n.: m 1 07 p or L.T. Norfolk: .. 8 10 p m S 25 a i r
.j' oboes from the battle field We have eertlOeal *a>brxr tb* followinc a C. McLean KbanmaM Eta' ". 11II Ar Jacksonville! 1 30 a m 7 00
....elf.. eeUeactioa! ?* tewnahip 25 a of 21 0 p ra Ar. Jacksonville'' 2 20 p.m 9 00 a i s
aerlbed property sneaked ta Oaoeola county, I.E. Lupfer Klulmmi: Fla . I L... Jacksonville; 9
3O 7 35
been rusttcatlsg for a few day among Florida. lo-wU: that tile ..*et th* railroad loss front; A. .KWhaley a m a m > Jacksonrllle 2 30 p m San

t the denizens of Bull Creek. Tbe business wiiSswwli; Sae $. T. 9*.S.uth.Bane.70 -nH.uaHfaeWaada4 .. ...4 aeetloBmV S. L. Lapfer Kuwbumaa.'FU JOWitnau'th Ar. Norfolk . . 7 30 a m 825pm Ar.KU.tnunee.. 8.1$ p m 4 14 p
*Mt.* aeea.Tb hand and Baal of the aid .
incur.point
.. and nH of neii aactioa 6.Sand all that part *
which carried there strictly land .
ns wa *wid beinf ed at the date of '
.'eD th* fawaanc*o(nab certificate. lbs name ol of aeettou*that lie w of eaaal township m af ..*. Quickest Line! Double Daily Service:
legal, bus the many loemen" 6ea. ...... r 10 e:slog ail of th*timber. on Motion 7 towaahlpS C. CARSON. (sell .

11 u j'which surrounded the home of our Voice ta add eertf5e.a..bell dead will redeemed. thereon aeeordlnr oatb *s of r M K; ales ..... free W.C. Baaa.-lota t. J. CRANFORD. ISoal Trains No. 81 and No. 85( carry: t'ullman Standard cari betneeq'

worthy host (Mr.' Henry: Savage) *'J th day of'r. A. D. = %I. ..5.*,7..... 10. II. U, I Jw 14. IS. 111. 17.1M', It. W. M. WILLIAMS. (.....1] Port Tampa and Norfolk. 8leeplD" .

ansd to remain several WU-"T onicial aUmator aad aeal Ibis tat i3 M. t'.13..86. 7.... -.to. t.42. 4'\ 44. 4S E. L.LESLKT.(UMI '
us days .QJ.l( the: .. of .
t $& day July, D. 1M7. 46. 47aahowaby Plat ef Eden In section % M KATZ.8alI

longer than we bad at first 'intended, X. L.Circuit LLsLST.Clerk Court., ._........ 25.at r 29 ai _all ee'< of nw.i ofaetVm28towuhlp2aaf H.O. STANFORD Jail] THE, ATLANTIC ,COAST .LINEWrite

and bad b not been that arooocr ourtradespeople Oaceola eo..l,.. Florida. f 9 that lies s of 111'.B. CARBO\\. SeaJI f:

11 ; our hand and seal waa a y Arthur Z.tionKn.D. C. rict of way of Ablate Coast:Ma rail road ..it "D.C. LEE: ISeallM.C.BRTAN. for Illustrated folder conUinlno; maps, descriptive motter.'list.. .
required as ,a requisite: attachment new run throudi sold forty*Ue all that part da14OI (8aiK hotels, etc. '*
,
11j Notice of Application to Sell .-fand Xaf awSf and e i of *wj< a. W. B MAKINBON. iS.sll for reservations or IDloryaat.iOD. address., '.

j 4 should have remained longer than we Lands. lie oath aorth aid*.. Shlns-l creek a* It now O.C. M.UCAN. (aaaI] '. W. CABa, T P. A. Tampa. Fl. '. G. KIRKLAND P. P. A. Tampa tl

*9 did;. 'We became very; much attached cuua la acetic*X2 townahip V*of r 211 e: all afth J.E. L.UFFXR. (Seal) W. .1. CRAIG P. T. Si.: T. C. W.l.i'i Iq x. a. t'. A.. WUmlDJrtoD. I{. C, ;
host and his esteemed. aloes the and .. U LUPFER.Seall !+
I 0'J to our. lady ,To All it Whom May Concern: abject term eoodition af F.
l during our stay with them the latter said..... A lurur part. of said. laaaaa aa I* ,:8 tale ef Florida. (t
J $ Katie to hereby*j* a tba the mnderalnad. a* .hewa br the name havtac been worked and s County of Oeeeol\ .4

)' ** i'v l _.-lall1lfhIDJr us a royal welcome AL.kizatoifwFwu.e1 Jerry M. ratter. lars.part of aaaa ......... nearly expired, ..,.. Before m*.u Net*IT Public la and for tb*Staleof

I which we certainly appreciated;.Tbelr i.....j.wOlumh. >plinaHeaitaHaai' Miner 8.Jonea. aid Jerry M.Potter baviac aoa*half inter***ta Florid pereoaaDv"" niipat d C. A. Careen.. i.

I II Oldest, (Barney),, a youoar .juanof .,,...... tbaTtk Judicial C..... ha andtertheeeuatyef allot the abov* property. Ala Ute folUnrlacaraadbyaaU A.C.....,.... W. 1C. W'uu.L..Lisle... X.Kat "i

//Y +f bout fifteen years.of age'is. recog. Oiaala and State of Flerida at' Jerry 'M"' Potter ta fate own right; *.H. C.Bast rS. N B. C_ D. C. Lea.H. C. A.-CARSON, f_- 11I1..'. K. C. BKTAN.. Sec...; P7.j'il

TI>iwini..rierida.erwaer.oarben>aybefeuBd.eatheUthdayof tile a.1(d a.34" .1 awlf section u bswn.hip 111 s .C. Brra. W, B. M.IJB.HB. O.McLean...J.
nixed bt'our: cattle' men'a.. being one ...-&.A.0.1W1. U Lapfer knewn $ 'r :a: :E:
era aovntkereaftaraa ot r 29..ooataJninc 10 acre more*r..*. -=. Lupfer;*. wed te BB* and ;
\ :of the most obliging and trustworthypeosons he eaa be. beard,6.a order. b>MIl f.b d.d Jaly.A.R 1907.L known t* m* Bb* doe individual ..lerftii ** $ .

100u.mld.t. ner' ready to atprtvataaalathalatareetoftbe aid Jerry M.r .4D .:OvnRsTRECT sad.wb nuheeribed. tad wnenacated th* f.roinc -

I perform a service when the Dec..1&11 >tt rh d Ito w foil......aalee.atei.fctuatedlartlliiantyofOrana W.. J. SCABS. Adnteiatrater.Attorney ., Charter, and,arverallr acknowledged M i Waters & Carson'a.
and StaU *C Florida far. Administrator. and before *Ba tha* they cased UM earn few ;
.-> of other called for it; .and, with as tawtt: Tba wart HefaaetiouXl ........a .af ... sea sot ws-doenIa as.awi ,

*.._> refined judgment as our most expert *.*jalMthx Uwta, sees, dtvatad am .tb* Ie.--wbni& I ..... b..awa as ... I i -...*....1. sad Kuull Dealer I. ,
**" ?, enced men, be fill a station that tnaDT malty d&..riaa.a.a. sad da.arrOMdaafoUewa Notice to Debtors, and 'Credit band ad sHaM DIP oIIcId seal at rr.ma.

of our citizens would be ,proud of.: : Lat. .Black 91 aad let. EBoak ors. Comity of Oeoeote.Sated Plorlda.this lido dayof 'GROCERi k:

n 'Their oldest' daughter Belle ,under w.. ... ....,.. )WI...... n.ty. ... atattifiPiiiill 3... A. D.U'7. : :

tbe splendid, tuition of a loving mo Tbe sleet s1 tfc*sad Jerry Mrut.. All pe.m.......--......... theeetateofuf [Baal] ROMA THOMAS., .
ther. l s err Y M I. bJf- Aib.t E. ......... d-----5. W..1 1M C.uMy.t
approaching bl.n -
; maturity with sr a r Notary FabU State of Florida a* ti-.
\ r/ .every promise of future usefulness. Tbw"*1Mb. day*<"....A. D.MOI.iK. o.e-a. Mats nnrid.ar*.read toCAKOUMB ,1&Ti: nl J.npl.a"-* r".UtL ;

, Harvey, the next in ace, is Ui many l. D. OTKX8TKUT.: ' ..-wear a doe sad..kad. .:.- COO.TV ,, ..m.'O.,!
&stole-"' ........ttIda Ute tar peaw4mI .. ,.
.rays a useful boy: and the youngs*, Ad.hfenaer.[ BtabC Jerry M. latter,.*. z
.
.c a boy: talked urftn O. L, C. wish, the egad: ,...._tIoe_win.fnrab.rtd.sdaSpers.a Noti e., H A Y CRAtESi

wound tease which ehractsriss the w.a.IEAn..Lti.mivfat. AemLlRxnar.. hMbad to sold .... will. tats. ..... | Celebrated Fertilizers ,I
te U
Iota U hereby tlr** |pmon*biding :
F. .-elderly one*). Mr. Savage ha built .... -& _. 1 ..
:
a .J.. claim or' nrtja.ni out lbs :uah.1 prry ,GRAIN
s- fv V. BEARDEN.E.wtals.51.wiod \.E ij. .C.,
flu bouse near, tb* old on* aDd can Notice 1CaPOttAtfa OMMBuwfc4. t. yC'wMslsnm VAs)
: f now boast one of the. finest residence .: I IIWiee Tu -_.. iiL '...... ath.auo ,to th. WeedpM. wtthJa MHsnMplBlyd neeya.Sipt.ctibed w _. _.... ClrcuUn a.4ramnliad Pre- ',- ..-.

i*\ In oar country. Bat f',BUSS hasten ........o.. .east tbp tad.t CoooMIr. Bwd.'.D.ec..d; by law otherwise UMwDlb .. Apullcatteaj.SIDES ." .

Lad brine this article to a close. cemdae..r who .*..* *. ......: July U.i Jahn 21.11OL Sl-M .barrel. :sad W pwas..
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