Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 2, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00292
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Preltdeo --HoD. '.C. A. Carson | '

DONATES $5,OOO Arcadia.Klssimmee.Vtoe4 re' ,.ident-Hon. J. L. JOD.I'I I I I\[ STATE PROHIBITION. Kissifflmce"- -THE Drug- Co. aoq((See ::. "

Small Seeretar, Lake,.Treasurer-Uoo.City.. Braxtoni I ' I'F" ; : !AH. Sorts: H ,:.' :. '.

Columbia College, the., New Baptist The Educational. Board met this [Bill Passed Both Houses and Will ,_ -_ .' F r.e-e': .
morning and affected an organization I .

Institution at Lake as followlt. I be SignedJ,the"'Governor,- ; WHAT WE' DO FOR YOU. Of ".

Cbairmanrfev. Dr... C. C.. Carroll ,I ,
City 'l Ocala. i iul 30,-The Hards--

.Secretary-JO, Harris, Lake Cityl: : man prohlblt.lonblil. passed by theGeorglasenawsome We carry ,the largest and I "NEW' THINGS

We excerp from tits Lake City In- I adopted by the bout daysago this evening, was by most varied stock Jof our|line Cd ud eet the. ; '
the. following account of the ratl- '
lc.atjo.n ex meeting. held by the State The 'CowNuisance". Again. : a vote of 139 to 3U. TWO amendments din town. I H 'I .. For _
added to the. bill by the house will '
Baptist Convention at that. lasteek I In last Issue" '
place was glad to see
your We "
oecesslate the bill going back to the.en.te carry none but the
: the article ou "the Cow Nuisance,, Standard
for of which there !
concurrence freshest
The report. of the Committee on and hope something can be done to rid 1 1u. I. no doubt, and the bill then will"go and purest of 'drugs :_ ff.
at all times..,.
of this 1 :
is undesirable
I uc at Ion was taken ./up and their to 00";'Uplc Smith for his signature .
c-ccoinendallons considered by nee- have seen over twenty cattle Vcamped" *. .
which has' been practically Your
) pledged prescriptions filled
an follows: lear to a home-yard gate; also congregated are
and will become law
prohibition a
a.l. That the property. rights of the under awnings, on the sidewalks in Geonrla. by a Graduate In Pharmacy Fashion: Sheeta .

Be- Baptist.College be vested In'',the so pedestrians were, compelled The amendment today permit the ':.besides five years'actual ex '. Men's '

i Btkte. Baptist Convention, and .with to take to tbe.street In thJKatorm and ale i of pure alcohol by retail druglstsr perience. t-- .
i bower !to receive gifts and 'hold darkness; and the writer sounded ..bltrl"ht. > the : prescription of a reputable .' .

property. ,, note wileD he referred' to the free physician and also allow wholesaledruggists Doesn't this mean something ITS A'gun j ll
board of range of cattle upon our streets'a a '
t 2. As finally adopted a to carry pure alcohol in ? : Women'snd
'nuisance. 11. 1 have
tutees of twenty members .created ; one never stock for sale only to retailers.- '
5 fuur for flve years, four for four before found tolerated In a place the The; bill prohibits the manufacture /We carry sufficient help to ,

ears,fuur for three years, four for size and promise of Kisslmmee. and or keeping on hand In any place of deliver your packages within It illustrates tltomost. ,
| and four for, one 'earo as I judge the right of voice. in this : :
years Business the sale or giving, away to few ,
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.a moments after the ,
hat at each annual session tour new I matter-is not confined to the owner Induce business, within the state of purr up-to-date styles m ? Children's
embers will be elected. There is 'to .of stock, but extends to all taxpayersas in chase. This is not idle
produce .
a president, vlce-presldent, a seaitary I equally interested in the general any toxication. The new may law is' to become boasting, but we' ,want your away that will'delight O, ,
and treasurer of the board; all good of the town. The desirable citizen '
effective 1 1909.' business and know
January ,
we we
embers of the trustee.aa well, asthe is not the one who allows the comparatively After the first fight on the bill last can please. Wear' I
president the college are to be small Inconvenience of which the opponent of the K6
members of a Florida Baptist church suitably providing; for his cattle 'to bill showed their ability\ to keep the .

J but this does not necessarily apply to seriously interfere-with. the comfort of act from its third reading, and which L.-z-ii-: .e' _e ems. : :, IE r .
eachers. the many and to lower the general
culminated In 'a personal encounter
3. The board \>t trustees are to character of the' place, in which he the floor 'of the house between Kissimmee
have Jurisdiction over the college, Its lives, but. rather be who gives his best on member of the house at the end of a Drug Co. 'STANDARDPATTERNS. .
faculty, with power Uj confer degrees, efforts to all that gives evidence of \
hour session an aggreementwas
fqurteeQ: .
1.etc.: An amendment to make it a thrift and refinement, and to the. removal reached making the bill,a special Klselmmee. ,Fla.Paint .' AT ,
school for girls alone was overwhelmingly of uncleanllness and indecencies .
order fortodai, with the provisionthat
defeated. from the public, tterouirhfares.The 'a vote, should by taken at 4 I
"1.:' That the name of the institution.lilTOJhe cattle range the.streets obstruct.Ing o'clock. This program was carried H I K A'TZ'S"
and and what
defiling -
way 1 NODeHigJaere
"COMJMBIA. COLL1MK. In out Twenty-one' amendments were 10c..15
.a a far more serious matter-defiling :
lomplimeot to the county In which it offered, thirteen of them by the prohibition ,
the minds of our youths by the sights ,
'is situated, and because Columbia forced witness The plea force Only- two were -- '
.unty made it possible to have It. they are to allowed aprt both of these were Intro ,
Mr. Carson suggested ibis name Of hardship to the individual ownerof is duced by the prohibitionists. ..Theantiprohibitionists r i t I' rr i r"'' .

.' S The date of opening was find more cattle than. in offset restricting by the uniform free range convenience made tbelr hardest ?CI tf ,; r 1
Oct. fight to secure the adoption of an ,
for Tuesday 1, IflOT the general cleanliness; by ,
9, Members of the Convention of conditions natu amendment postpone until January rNMNNNNMrNra Warr..e, ,
pledged themselves to work for the. the Improvement' 1, 1KH), the date when..the bill should
success of the school. and to assist I rally enhancing property valuations become effective. This was lost 128 to :
by all means in building it up to a'' environment by the educational influence both young and 40. The bill as amended was put on the I.Sunny South Stables.
ces.hlartt. standard In influence and sue old; by the enhancement of attractionto final forty-five vote minutes at 0:45. which later was a completed few members '.

visitors and settlers,
The chairman presented the Stale's\ and la many other ways. That which taking time to explain their vote. "

voucher for 915,000 properly endorsed raises and improves a place benefits ---- INQRAM &, GILBERT,, Proprietors. .
pa} able to the. Baptist. State. Convection all its citizens as It is an axiomatic; Tin E: fLORIDA CATTLE INDUSTRY : .
Incorporated well as the fact that man cannot live his life to aiii'>T"i'ii [> > >i" >'>'ii' iirBi I I

deeds &c. They were handed to the himself( alone, but for all. whether of the: .. .
Treasurer of the body. good or ill, whether be will or no A* Sea By Editor of the corw.dw..' t fLiYERiSAiE J I B"OAnWAT

The motion of Mr Turnley, temporarily , There 1* much more to be said in favor Preeders Gazette., ; and BOARDING

laid aside at'tbe morning ses- of this question. and 1 hope that .y- it i' '

I stun to lay aside till. ,the annual others, like myself, have only been "1 must apologize for the conditionof __ _____________" Pa r.e7' .
meeting the appointment. of an Kd waiting for some one to take the Initiative ray young Short-horns.. They are i- -
1 national Board, came up as. unfinished and will now say it, and that thin. This pasture belongs to be preen and Paper 'Well equipped w tht New tock and 'Vehicles afad 1
business.. publio Interest will lead to the abolishment at this Lime of year but you know i;
.'Dr. Carroll said be was contentious of this disgusting nuisance. bow .e\'ere". the drouth in Florida 1 Improve. and protect your house.I .- < prepared to meet'all demands with, Perfect Satis-. ', .

for some things, and this was one of A.. W. this winter. They are getting, a littletwoyearold will be pleased to bring: my 1907 faction. '
them He made stirring speech in .. silage (It kept beautifully sample book. to your bouse'and .1:

,favor of action now. s ). with some cottonseed meal sprinkled make any suggestions in the latest' I . .
and Judge 'A. DBeirg All The. world -..1' on it; and it has held them pretty decorations that"you may desire' ; t

M MrToroley* opposed present consideration. Knows that Dal ard'.- snow Liniment well; but they should be In better. condition Drop me a card and 1 will cheerfully J . .,",. HEAVY HAULING: A .SPECIALTY-h

bas no superior for Rheumatism on the native grasses alone, if furnish estimates on paper ,, V

: Vending discussion, and Dr. to Hobson show Stiff Joints Cuts, Sprains( \ Lumbago the season bad been normal. I bad a and palnt. Ir. ,:, 1; ,:, : ; : ,: c ,, I ..'
fib '' for it. "
necessity and all pains.- Buy it, try it and you field of velvet"-'beans that I intended '
-bought it a good time to .take up a will always use ito' Any body who for these young cattle, but I had to -v
eolleotlon. He proceeded to do so. them off with steers. I.was ( A. BUDDED : '
bal used Ballard's Snow Liniment eat my IEOIGE BAILER : TREES : '
with S5.000.
led off
A: Carson
Hon. C. a Urine proof of what it does.All feeding a bunch of native Florida pin ,
followed by Dr* B. F. Camp. Three and
ask of Is to a trial bottle .y wood throe-year-old steers
other followed; then two for $ZWO we Price 250, you 60c and $1.00., Sold by in trying get them 'to Contract ORLANDO: FLORIDA.
dropped in (Rev. J. H. Thorp and Roberson's Pharmacy.- weight on delivery I had to turn them I J slesworth l Nurse '
Gov. W. S. Jennlng The 11.000 on the second field of velvet beans. I ;

people rolled in, and the WOO people But 1 did not get them up to the "WEEDDN ,' ;
were numerous. This was kept up Pechora ,Postoffic Robbed. "weight." '. '-' OR. LESLIE 'W. : :
until about MO.OOO was ie sight, and ."And what was that weight." t ' ,'., "1''" "* '1 CHASE CO., PfrQrattsrons; JWHOABDtV. :-o!' :',
vat a .
Dri Hobson asked-the question. if anyone The postoffloe Pegbofn: was '"Seven hundred pounds. There was, ; Specialist-Eve l ,' ;;+ J 1 .," i 4.We ; -\1'\ ': 'y"

doubted that the people Educational were entered and by relieved a sneak of thief its on receipts Tuesdaynight .for however. a scramble for bean-fed cattle t Earl '., will rfave read7'for n.xi Fall and Winter planting'*} 'general,:'::'''':". Q'

only waiting' for an amounting to about and they moved easy." Nose andThroat....., assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all leading _..arieti. -:
their money the past month;
Board, to- turn treatise on r
Herein is compressed a ... Our trees.. budded on good, healthy- rough Lemon and '
went through with .a rush, and the twelve dollars. la Florida. It is ;
who keep the the cattle industry Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from insects pest of \kind
following were appointed its members: Postmaster Floyd; of old-time, and present-day, All any .
eloquent budded from
bearing tree In
Three years--Hv. C. C: Carroll. office in his store was suffering froma It tells the of native '** our troves and therefore true to
conditions' of type
J. O. Harris B. '...,, Camp, 1P.. toothache and retired earl, which that for have graced Private' Hospital American,, .National name:,, Our facilities forgrowing'nursery.,stock ar*\eoond to, .'3.1 '
cattle years and
been known to the none our tree are as fine a* money and twenty year's -,
have experience ,
fact must
Robertson. report having the pine wood and roamed, the open Bank''Bulldinj Tampa.,' can produce.. We are making specialty this season of the $.
W. A. Hobson. J, H. culprit as neighbor of the state, and It.Jrl.e. 5'
Two years- in the. store about prairie Peninsular Florida., fatnou California Valencia Late destined become &.bel, "
dim )tgbt ,
Thorp,We L.Mahon,R. S. Hall. eon nine.o'clockr a This, however," did hint Of wonderful work of, improvement '.. Florida. Our Valencia buds comer dl-?. '

One y Prultt, W. D. suspicion, as they that a few farsighted pub- reel from the beat bearing tree in the district now famous for -, k
>_'v._.. "-'VoI'1-_,I4DekIe.. w.- J." BoIia. not IUPPOeed arouse It win any the postmaster him- I. lic-spirited pioneer have set staunchIv -. duclng thebest. .Valencia* in California.' .... .
I foot. The speaker in ,the quoted '
The committee to suggest trustees ; on r .e
? for Colombia college then reported elf The theft was not dlcovered until dialogue was Z;: C. uiamouss, the Write for'Prices tq J... W., HOARD"Gotha,Fla.; or'call and see our,' 'Mur-*

the chairman (Judge A., D.comendallon his scene was the Palmetto Stock Farm ,. ''series'at Waco Florida
through next morning, when, on entering' in and the W. L. WINN, on Midland. R.R. elk LR. ,
Ocala Marlon.county
) names, with the roc- Mr. Foyddisooveepd than, a near +
that the four names receiving store bad' been .broken.out., listener was a Gazette editor, who at ....y..oa.MAMD: OKQBOM .
the highest votes shall be for rear through window which the thief could run his the request of the Ruler of his Home "s .' +lkracOdlYlcfatklkaurcjlc ec.dc.Ac,6uAaic h 4

five! tears, the next four for four handguid raise the latch, and upon was seeking, not the Fountain'of >......>.riM>... ... -I.-I-M.. r .
,, years, and the next four for three Investigation it was found that'the Youth, 'but rest and pleasure in a .--....,. ..:..- '
next four for two andthe Mr. State the n.meof which had heretofore jJK.
rears, years postolUce funds were missing. ande..eraladM' S.
signified l to him cbleA7" amlra.tor. Floyd Co.
next for one,year, ballot.leg Floyd could not tell whether any of : The woman'did' "H. The J. W. SIMPSON :
and but i
The began report. was Messrs adopted, ,J. O. Harris his goods were missing move t,from Adamio charge still stands.. And we : ,
several things
be found I .
w. D. Turnley, W. C. Foster 'and their regular places and scattered are glad she did She expressed a desire .DE TIST. ,.
for a visit to Florida when the
count ,
Index editor were requested to about, the store. i' is particularly Office Osceol Pharmacy.OrrrcEHotntat .- GROCERS .
about Chicago over
the votes. It was a long ballot, and Sheriff Walker wU 'phoned for as season i4 '

;) ft.)required over four hours to oompete.,1 soon as the robbery, was with discovered the hundred unvleasant.acre,A farm woman while who the can man run of a t f' *1:30"0 a. m.5:30p.,:to m.m. = .. ... ; :, = ."'\ ..,'
the county '
and went to scene the farm is his desk .in his city of-
at Telephone No. 76 Jnn 6, Ivr '
.- The result was as followerFor : bloodhounds but the trail was so floe, and can find Lime for'club and NEW- F.IAMNEW') GOODS '.

five year.-Hon. C. A. Carson, cold they were unable to, follow it. i church work and to bring up a son ,

Klsalmnaee; J. L. Jones, Arcadia; is entitled to have her wishes gratified.It T. M. RIVERS; M. D. = lit,
Rev. C. C:. Carroll, Ocala; ,Rr To the Orange Growers of Florida. was agreed that U would be a "runningJump" Physician ..d Surgeon, Line "
Clitf..A. Owens. Lake Clt). t.rlp-Jun go to see where Full of High Grade Fresh, '

Four, year Small*-S.-Lake H. Blltch.City, Ocala A. D.;; The: first meeting of the. Stockholder ".,would like to go if Lever we should Office in Van Duior_ Building = .. Family'' and Fancy. Groceries : ,'
Bcaxtoo ;
Growers '
Florida Orange thestateWe will
of the want to return to
Betrgs, Fensaoola; Rev. C. A. Kid lev. Company j. will be held in Plant City go: back, each winter we hope.It PHONES,tIc.Ion R' '*I4 BC.,. .83K1M1HMBS. "y FREE DELIVERY; ,i

.Live Oak. August 7th at 0 I a. m., for the purpose was agreed that there would be no via. r 'i
j 'Three years-Jsck .Williams, Alach5ia ; of completing the organization electing work about it, but a visit to a strangecounty' I &,

-!. ;. K v, C. W. Duke '-Tampa, Rev officers, and perfecting all'plans without an investigation. ) of its Prices nightRissimmee- Ha. ?
;TV M.' Galloway, Peosacola; Prof. for this years work.: agricultural and 11 v. stock'possibili w REVIVORETORE l tier .
W.. D. earn,.() J very grower who owns a grove in ties would. be as unsatisfactory as $ VITALITY :.J
"' "l' Two Je.-.Tudll'e M. H. Mabry, Florida is vitally interested and is bleat(w Itho ut s alt..; Itwas remembered oP' "

''TTallahassee'J.; K.Johnson Jackson urged to be present and become a that. attempts 'Of .1\stock improvementwere r<< .
t.Ule; M., L. Dekle, M..lanna; M. S. stockholder Those' who cannot under way In Florida, and hence H .aa .

Knight Columbia Countv.Oo attend may send >their aubcoriptlons the trip was planned to include flying f
J,.' 'year--J.* M. Rivers' Lakeland Galbea-- for .to '
vllleiPark Trammell, ; Anderson !Secretary; Auburadale that enterprise.' ( chi ,
of . ,,
Rev. C. .,.M. Brittain, :Kisslmmee; Florida. JOSIAH YARN, I "Joe" Wing shall anus day sketch GIs. \
.: ICi?filut T Co'L Canon 'Joan M. tea.. ya D.:'CAIISOW.t. )
P.raf..R.'L, Turner, Inverness. President tern. the of the cattle Industry in .
pro, history PreetMat, ..-.._.... '
Votes of thank were passed to 'the 1 Bradentown Fla; Florida. His pea is best'adapted ton A>mvJrv+C1. R1 DYteed. a Casalevi

.people of' Lake City, and Columbia .. ir this; fragmentary reference 1* no days. IS acts '
<4nnty,' and also to the transportation )AbrahaM'LUoolsl disappointing th. reader it I* even pow.rt.tt7 ma aadgelsktr.eaa r.ala tlek Canwa kes ruaood.a.!>sn,taU and. state Bank: 0': K1ssimmeeKissimmee -

libe,, for courtesies extended.! ., '; odds more so to the writer, a* tL. subject aid .>in ra *.,.."er their wathfvl vigor by .
After straightening up minor mat' 'Was:man who'against' far exceeds present limitation' But wise MKviv*. K...'..1, u4 .UUy ... ,, 'Pmt :,, .f'I }
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honor maneould Ixwt
attained the highest a v vs --- Tltalltr. 8 mkl
ters and disposing of them the convention get In the United 810&..... .Bal' did you know thatthere, are ranches ,*WMkBMr.nwk M bM*.-.-.raUUf, MWMM7, ._ r
adjourned to meet, in Plant << '' la Peninsular-.....on which ranger Wa. D4sem.,and exeea < slflmw ,> i .
the Uac o or .
lards Horehound has .,attained lIP c"T.L........... ... ...... +
City, in regular annual, session. In Syrup! '' thousands of, cattU That In addy l .COM*boa.e ta WiAM tor \\.AlD ; /.l, .H 000 N. ayti
'. ft place,never equalled by any other' sissy. l I.aot only mnrwby :aTockNoca.RD tiADitllYa.. ..... .ie sos'esi \ .
Jtl. lobe ,,, there '
those of .yF
January P like It U for lion to pine -...*ss tas _..TdiMaa* but Is.(_ ,1 1'1I.P'S..1tS
remedy. a sure cure ;
It was a pleasant meeting, fall are thousands of acres of open' country ......e a.Blei *>>...baiiC.. krUsiBf IJJIIT!.ti/.".x...'Io! t.e.ooso. 9 ;jr
very Coughs, Colds;,Bronchitis, Influenza and annual ___.. ..._ rl.w s.fmt. > %-*mfnlv :" ,
devoted to ranching
of enthusiasm. aDd.w111 make a great . -.0 ".
and all l Pulmonary ftlseases.Every &U *T y-11Ia., .. wanta e "
3 school her* It may. bewellto say mother eaonld keep supplied with this roundrups a* to the West The larget ...jjri IwiM ikavla......00 ,: Prompt aaA C.r.fid.Attertt.i'giv.e to"she; ........ _., ,.j\\ '_;

that in all tb* speeches, not'''to8leteonUniversity. one .... woad.rfullDolJllrb medicine., Sold by and range was credited tattle owner with leaving recently 60,000 died .5...u";ixe*see.**.ekas"arrtsa.._at..or.Iv VM t..f.....W Bypw ;trmat.d I..... Exclli.egea R..4 st 1'JOI! .I..at_cb.seaa, tt >oI:
'h Had allusion' was mad .. .. rates. .
Roberson's ..we n M1'Me aa4o. ..,. .ll WM wuk K
; It wa* mentioned to the .. Pharmacy? bead which are now divided among I Iwtta*_!._!- CImters.. e. AddreaaeYM. .: YDUit USEN' M: 66L iCIT D.. 1'; : j_ "i.I7:;! ;
'at his h lre.:,Th* character of. t.beo., ... Zj;
way saying U was a great Baptist Attention; i* called to1 thn :'adtaritlseivteot \ ainnm c*. Masks ..f Mpys,st *

., school. \ ** in this Use ,of .Kennwly tl. is revealed the weight for.age "J'op-.aJ.1u KI..l.mlDN'Fla.. by theKbeiaataM .. .. ? w. ,
baldAlMt d '. ". .... . $ ..
At of tbe 'Trustees ,
Continued bK tour> -
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tor too Second tIme that day. went a ,
most magnificent cropper. j1 Good Roads:"::1t "

MAID REVENGE This care me a few seconds' start

k : S run.nod' I rub .down wind-my word I did j Doings -in 'Florida I 4' . .

Unfortunately/ however, my modest A Tale of/Wide 71,,".. ,'"V 1

\7' retreat was observed! and the rlilnoc- A good and practical suggestion t'J,

ALLAN QUATERMAIN'SOEATESI! ADVENTURE, eros, ,all soon a* he got Ills: logs again: ..... .... ..... ,"'" ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... "'!' .. ..". .... .....' ..... .... .... .... .... ..... road supervisor* and others who V
set to worK: to 'run after we.Xow 'f have charge of road maintenance maybe 'S

,., ,Q no UlII:! on earth can run a* Goodman Succeeds Bliss. Greater TaMpa 'Wrns. found in the following tale of thiMT1]
fast as All Irritated rhinoceros. cairgallop .- Calvin C. Goodman, president ol 1 The long continued fl&bt of 'the Fort use of the wide, Instead of the naiC ,!
By 12. RIDER HAGGARD.'Shf and I knew( Ilia t bo myst soon ,
row tires The story told ,
assumed was to1
the Fensacola city council Brooke officials ta prevent that section -
A.nor of ," "fi1Pg folowon't Nan ZSo.It catch me up, the office of'mayor, made vacant by I of Tampais Paul D. Sargent, Highway Po n1nlwsooner ,.:)
from part
...... .. ., , . .. . . ... ...... .. ,' But ha'IIIlIoolo..lIg7Jt) experience of becoming a of the State Maine ;'
y.... .....,........ ........ -.. .. -:":-' ::" of Charles H. .Bliss. Undet 0' ,, by. a
the death the
this sort of thin?, I, luckily for myself probably at an end. since supreme commissioner
-- --- -_....._"::;"ytwa _______ ___.- n'_ _ _____ .._ kept; my bead mid as filed I man the pew amendment to the city charter .I court of the state has affirmed. State county: of the. ,same--f: r 1\
_ 3j liundrvoT.'ynrtls. I was CO\r: aged l to open my ride, get the old cartridges ,, which provides 'for a president the decision of Circuit: Judge J, B. Wall. : "The heavy teaming In our town !is i''
cn.\l'TEn :
? 'K7 *
out and put two fresh ones In. of the council the. mayor pro which he I confined to .the
In mainly three
Continued. "' ,grutnlatlii myself that I bad not had I made a few weeks ago, miles of "
To do this L bad to, steady
this long crawl, ,with( the sun beatlitson my pace tem was abolished;' an4a provision gave tbe opinion that Ed Hayes, arrested -I dirt road, over which lime rock Is \
The bullet struck true and with a a little, find liy the time that I had'miuppptl hauled from the
quarles to the 4
the -trnck of my neck;, HVp ; n. furnace made that In case of or removal In Fort Brooke by Tampa's chiefof kilns.
thud lie dropped bit great head'Upon nil for nothing heard the lilss- the rifle to I heard him snort.ingandtbundering This Jea'inlng has been done for years '
uf the chief executive, the president\, George Walker, was" legal t'
within a few'paces police
the gromld:Irron ned amid died. Ins notes of lie rhinoceros birds, and ; away on S.C-lnch tires, with hind wheels'C8.Inches
shall the office
of the city council assume at
This little? matter having' been attended flew or five of them from i of my back procedure, "as the legislature, had and front :wheels 50 Inches .1
rep .to/1II"/ I stopped, and nil I dut! so rapidly of mayor. Mayor Goodman wllj;' with the municipality
to. I, with the assistance of tlio brutes! back, ,,'ht'tp1I4"Y had bc.ei: the, time:done away In'dlameteJJ: s
'1 Hobo, \vbo' hid now found bin feet cnmfortab'y euipltfyed Jo catching: cocked the rifle and clewed' round'onUJT hold, once for nearly two :years, as of Fort Brooke and, made\ it "The resulting repairs, made nee- '\

Trent 'on to extricate our unfortunate .licks', kNow : heel, the ,deceased mayor had served only : part of Ta llpa. The Judge held that essary<< by the continual hauling of ''l

companion from the aloe-bwb. this performance' on the part-o By this time the! brute "Wall within one month of the tenu ,to which he i the act' of the- legislature abolishing heavy loads on narrow tires, has cost "S

This we found A thorny task, but at 'tblt''birds late a rhinoceros what, the six or seven yards of me, but luckily had been elected when he died The 1 Fort Brooke was constitutional' and this town thousands 'of dollars In 'i

it last he'was dragged forth uninjured word "'so ve" III to u srhoolljoy1\ ; It puts his head was up. new mayor Is the youngest than ever order that this might be remedied we >

though in a1"1' ploue'aud' prayerful: .: him on the Gui vive at once) I lifted the rllle and fired ot him. the omco in the history of/au-thority made an agreement with the lime-;. :!
It but the bullet to'occupy '
frame of mind was a snap haulers
ttefore the birds were well Is the airI rock to furnish them with +'n
1 ., Ills "spirit bad certainly looked saw,, the grass I'th'. struck him in the chest within three Feasacola, having Just reached the age l tile corporate au.horlty of the fort the wide-tired wheels fitted to

said or,be would pow pare "'Down you.KoT': I the Inches of the first, and found its way of. so years, He is a successful* bust Brooke munlcipalp government. wagon alee; ', with the their')

been dead. 1)93-a. 'amid, >' I did to the rhinocerosgot Into his lunjrH. ness man-however, and I. 'tbe proprietor Judge Wall's tiicUlon was taken to that if upon fair, trial and experiment 'fl

,4 As I never like to Interfere with true up gad blared suspiciously> / nrountl. It' did not stop him, however, so nil of oue of the largest clothing. tstabllghnicnts the supreme court en appeal, and the should prove to be of mutual adji

piety, I did not Venture to suggest that 'lint lie u\iUl; see nothing/;; indeed!, I could do was to bound to one side, In the city. He was born circuit decltlon affirmed. vantage, the' haulers should buy the 'fl

tils spirit bad ilelfrned to make use of It welind, been staiidiiiK up I ''doubt-If which. I did with surprising;: actltgty; and reared Pensncola and was elected court was wheels' of the town. ,*|

my elffht-bore in his interest. Ira would have ''seen u. at that tilsIn amid as be brushed pact me fire the of the council last month: "On consultation with the mink. I
his side president "
other barrel Into
Having dispatched this boy back to nee. Now that Jacksonville, city attorney I facturera wo ordered the sizes above m'
That did for lirni. by an Immense maJority '
the camp'to-tell the'bearers to come So be merely pave! two or three!! gnlffn! has Informed the lawsand rules I given (rear wheels 44 Inches;. front
and'cut that: buffalo'up, I bethought The ball pn fted in-behind the shoulder l- :Mayor Bliss, died from heart dla -
and then lay down hU bend still downwind committee of the council that the I 38 inches). They arrived about the ",11
that I owed 'that rhinoceros a mull right! through his heart. and complication of Itldney and .
.me the birds o ce' niol'e settling 011 easo a ': '* first of July.! 1005. and from thaty
grudge which I should love to repay.So his back He fell over on to his side, gave one !liver trouble. :The mayor had been-I; "Dudley bill, dctlgned to I keep theGeorgia time until about the 21st: of AugustJf

without saying a word of what But It was clear to me that he woe most awful squeal-a dozen pigs could for several weeke.. liquor dealers from Iccatlng I used my beat endeavors to get them 'j
Va In mind to Gobo, who was lOW not have made such a noise-an. In is unconstitutional,
my Jacksonville
sleepingyllli one eye open und JrI'II' Mayor 1311ea came to Peneacola I In ; adjusted to the wagons, and used ,Al
r more than ever convinced that rate( erally In a suspicious amt nncbrUtlfl promptly( died, keeping his! wicked'eye. 1895 -trom Indiana, and engaged In the there l le much Interest In .he o next "But tho ,haulers claimed' that the \\
wide all the time
walked about loose In -/lmhe's coui frame of mind and that it "was UK open move alou'g that line; There Is not a 44-Inch wheels were so much lower
ot ,
I just followed ills pobr. As for me, I blew my irfJsp and going publication of a series magazines.Afterwards
try. on lees to proceed farther on Hint stall; particle of doubt. that the Georgia deal than the old ones that the rocks' 11
the rhinoceros bll' bend he became special wrl
lie had crflsked.through the bush till up to on a
yr withdrew consider tile and ruts
0 we quietly would-'trig' them; also that $
and reflected that I had had capitamorning's and held' this ers are nicking preparations to move,
lie reached the little glade. osltloii mid study the ,,oulleI. a era on the Daily Journal they would lower the body so muck '''?
Then moderating' his pace *nm ". shooting.j" for number of Later and rre endeavoring: to secure locutions '
The results were not ntlsfactor.r.. position a years that the tongue would 'slat' andjf'

"what, be had followed the glade down i There was absolutely no cover about *. .'J) -..<. he became! a candidate for representative In cities whcTo .-they will be allowedto brenk the horses' legs. And; ''Who, A?
Its entire length, and once more turned, except the ant-heap which won come : CIIAPTEU Ill '| to the legislature) but was: d fea sell liquors) to tlu'lr Georgia customers will pay the damage was the ClU... H
to the right. through the forest, hnrIng THE FIRST ROtJ; D. -
three hundred ynrde from the rhluoc ed. In 1905 he was elected mayor of The United States Interstate lion. '-'VI r

his course for the open land that 'eros upon his up-wlnd side. After Ibis as It was now midday,, Pensacola and in the recent election commerce; law allows them to Uiip "As a last resort.we put the wheels |

{Iles between tile,ed e,of the bush and I knew that if I tried to stalk bin and I had klUed enough meatv, from one state to another, und no state on ones of their wagons and hauled W
thus having the dli
she river.Having. In front I should fall, amid so I shoiilcf marched bncir triumphantly to camp, was re-elected, .rock for them one day. Our teamS uj
followed him for a mile or 110 I attempted tQ do so from tin where I proceeded to concoct a stew tinction of being 'the only mayor ot can pass .a law that will prevcn. a ster hauled the'same .loads, and foil.jj

farther. I found myself quite on th>? I farther side; lie or the birds would sec of buffalo beef and compressed vege: the city ever to be re-elected. nan from buying what be plias, lowed in the old tracks. The road i'M

open. I took out D11', laa. and searched ne. table. where he pleases, outside the limits of was in a very dangerous condition TT

the plain. So I came to n conclusion: I would When this was, done, we ate the stew'. Protest from Tallahassee lU own state., at this time, and badly rutted, so' ; ,j

About a .nolle ahead 'was something 1:0 to the nnt-licnp which would! give and then I had n nap. The report that President! Hooj that even light driving wagons sankto

fcrownas I thought, the rhlnocvro ]I him my wind, and instead ,of stalking About' 4 o'clock however Gobo wok the ot Sheriff Freeman returned to Arcadia their hubs In some places. The
advanced 1I0thl'r quarter of a'mile And him I would let him stalk mo. me up and told we that the headman velt is considering wide tires 'soon filled the ruts
few da from Plttsburg so
looked once more-It was not the rhluoceros of one or Vainbe's kraals had arrived Thomas Settle of Ashvetlle N. C., to a )s ago '
It was a bold step, and one which I I I hat the wagons with the narrow'
but a big ant-heap. should never advise a hunter to take,, to see me.I !. the federal judgeship. male: vacant by; Pu.. with J, C. Frrrln, who broke tires actually hauled more rock, on.

This was puzzling, but I-tlld not like but somehow! I felt as[ though riiiiic ordered Mm to be brought up and the death of Judge Swayne, caused the Jail last February. IVrrln waa arrest the; last turn that day than they did

to give It up, because I knewfrom hit and I rctut,piny the band. out presently be came, a little: wizened following protest from the execulv< i II ed for alleged Dwindling of the Punta lu the morning. '

cpoor that he must be somewhat abend I explained jny IntPiidoiis to the men, talkative old man. with a waistcloth office:; : Gorda ,bank and is wanted; also: for "After seeing the -work of these '

But as the wind was blqwlng straight who both held up their hands In bor. round his middle! and a greasy, frayed "Hon. Theodore-Roosevelt, President, obtaining mc1ff1 from banks In St. Pe wheels for one day the owner of' i,
!from me toward the line that he had knross made of. tbe skins! of rock rabbits the wanted the
Ferrln came whole
and Orlando. wagon equip
:New: York: In the absence teraburg
ror.Their Oyster Day, i
followed and rhinoceros smell I
OB a can fears for my safety were a lit over his shoulder! ., While In ment Immediately, and applications)
without requisition
you for about a mile. It would not. I tie ,.mitigated however/, when I told I told him to sit down and then of Governor Broward, and in behalfof I! papers.) for the other three sets came. so fast
felt be safe to( follow his abused him the sovereign people of Florida, I Punta Gorda last winter he sent a
spoor any them that I till not expect them to roundly. that we were unable to shift (he-
farther. come with me: ;What\ do you mean," I asked "by Implore you to spare! us tbe humllla I box ot oranges to a Plttsburg girL Detectives rearing:; quickly enough. In fact, one

? until nearly opposite the ant. not meet fate walking about, and the How did be dare' to cause. person cant judge hlp in the northern district be was arrested, The lat grand Jury without brakes, In order to have the,, f

'I pjesp;, then, once more searched_ the 'other one sincerely trusted that nayspirit of my quality and evkleut importanceto should be filled by the appointment or Indicted Mm and exonerated Sheriff wide tires. sooner. Since that ,time e

r plain. might look myway wben the be awakened In order to Interview Freeman from any blame On' accountof the wheel. have been in constant use,
Dian. borc1er"DANIEL ,
It was-j\j\ '&'004 J: I could see JiothJnRof rhinoceros charged and then they both Ills entirely coiitenSptlb.le self?" a beyond our summer and winter. ..
his He will br tried at the
( hlnn' nnd-was.about'to, give; it up departed to'a place of safety. I spoke thus: because, i' knew that it A, S1MUONS."Private escape. "At the time of this Writing the '

.nd"\I\tt.\ : :after some,,.oryr, I aw In Taking tuy eight-bore and' half n would produce an impression on him. Secretary." October term of.court.. Ferrin I Is said a amount of rock la 'hauled in' I;

d the dlstnnee.:xrh<>n suddenly At adistance'of'about dozen spare cartridge In' my p'oeker, Nobody" except a really great man, i to have ..wlndled'bank.. all over the' three turns that was formerly.hauled) *:J"

'; three hundred yards I made a detour, and reaching the nut- be would arg-utv.woulj dare to speak to United States District Attorney \V. south In four turns by the same teams, asVf\*

from the ant-beflp, and'on its farther heap In safety lay down, him in that fashion. Sheppard ot ,Penjacola, who is' at.applicant' the driven claim that the work is ,.;; w
aide .I sow my rhino stand' np In n For a moment the wind had Most savages nre desperate bulliesAt subject, .
dropped, ''for the position! ot Judge 9r For some years tbe of Ore done easier for the, horses. The
patch of grass.Ileavenar' but presently .a ,senile puff of air heart, Rod look 'on insolence 'as: u the Unltec1"S\a.tes court for the northern protection has been one cif absorbing and stretch which was the hardest "

I thought,' to myself, passed! over me. and blew cucceed JudgeCharles
"lie's'off Florida
district to
spaln. '
the rhinoceros. The old man instantly collapsed. crossed easily.
But no; !afjer standing staring for a By the way, I wonder what it lg that lie was utterly overcome, he. said:' Bwayne, deceased returned slew interested In the! growth and future ,' -..

minute or two. be once( more lay down smells 'o strong about a a'nan Lie heart was split in two, and well days ago from Washington, where pro6ierty of Daytona, and the pres. Conservatism a Hindrance. r

Now I found myself In a quandary Is It his body or his breath? yeallzed'the extent of lilt misbehavior. he went tq pree :ni his application for out city council went:'into office pledgtd Few Intelligent men will deny

_ ,I' As you know, a rhlnocero.,1I.s, very I have never' been able/to make out, '. But the oeonslou was very urgent,", appointment; together with rccoromen ,to further1 any, practical .solution that 'conservatism.:'adhering to 'th.

chort-slffhted brute; Indeed, his 'sight but I saw 80mewbel'e "the other day lie heard that a mighty hunter wan datlona and endorsements 'from' both of'' this problem..' There' 'are '''now two' existing order of things-has done;
,i* as bad as hb scents Rood. that in the duck decoys the man who in the neighborhood a beautiful wblte '
democrats and republicans from Flor proposition for water works to ba more barm to' humanity than has
Of this! fact be is perfectly aware Is working the ducks holds" a little !man-how beautiful .lIe could not hnveImagined
been '
endorsement of Mr. Shelpa'rdfor brough before the council. One for ever done to mankind bythe ,
bathe mnk.u'themo.t of his ida. The :
.I always piece of burning turf before his mouth, had he not seen-(tbls to me!) most .ot
yet opa
daring enterprises
,Jlstural gifts/: ,and if he does this they cannot smell -and be came to beg his assistance. tbe vacancy la probably the strong the twofold purpose of supplying water ; In
For Instance 'when belles! down be him' eat to Washington from Florida to private residences and tor Ore position Improvement way
which looks as though it were the The truth was that three bull elephants ever sent and for doing the ,world's
Invariably' does. so with his head down jreath. _>. such as no man 'ever caw bad requesting the appointment of a prouctlop, end the .other for dry pro. work still comes often if not always,

avifldir Well whatever it was about me that foe.years been the terror of their kraal republican, as both republicans and tectlon .only. The first Is estimated : from men whose duty Is to be quick

.I. Thus, If any enemy'crosses, his wind attracted his attention .the rhinoceros which was but a small place a cattle democrats have directed letters to tbe to cost the city between" $50,000 andJsO.OOO 4o find and adopt better methods
lie ,.will still be able to escape or nt- loon smelled me and within( half kraal of the great chief Wambe,1'where
a the F
president turning him to name district the second at an approximate and superior appliances, for doing
i itack him. and If. on the other hand the minute after the puff of wind bad they lived to keep! the cattle. the taska chosen *
to them
cOst of $15,000. assigned or
Hanger( approaches up wind b 'wll1 at passed lie was up and turning& roundto And now of late these elephants had attorney by them. '

leasthave, a chance of seeing It.} Ret his'bead up wind. done them much damage!!, but last night charitable
the most ei-
.Otherwise one might, by walking del- There he stood for a' few second and they bad destroyed whole patch of It bas been unofficially announced A posse of deputy sheriffs arc standing cuse Perhaps for this conservatism would be '

? fcately. actually kick him up like n miffed?.and then he begun to move, men lie land!: and he feared that if that a new company of coast artillerywill guard day and Bight over a strip that the opponents of progress..are e

partridge.wind.If oily the advance, was first of all at a trot, then, as the scent they came back they would all starve i be organized at the barracks in of land on the bay front Ib Tampa to too lazy mentally to try to learn, ,

made np'. trew1 stronger, at a furlpus gallop.On next season'for' want of food. I Key West very soon, and that a site prevent the Seaboard Air Line railway or too stpuld to succeed in learning '
.. Well, the point wo* how on earth he like Would the ,,'!.Ite then
came snorting a mighty man '
runaway tracks {. wouldbe
for a now cf quarters for the company from laying across ( whether a proposed change
should I within sbot of this rbi set
get; ,. engine wlth'his tall stuck straight up be pleased to come and kill the ele- ,
noceros. baa already been selected. It Is Seaboard has Its tracks on better or worse tor--tbem. Jtjis,
In tile air; if he'bnd seen me lie down phants tways
: After m'ncli'dellberatlon I determined 'here, be could not baTe made a better It would be easy! for him to do-r-oh proposed to put the company In tents each side of the two Hundred foot stripof so much and easier to stick to ancient to' try '

to' try' a side advance, thinking That I Ine. most easy! until' tbe new quarters ran be built. land,, which Is-:leased by theOa'rrl.soo means than U .1s
-might: so get tt shoulder shot. It was rather ,,'as' will be Steam Ways and the to determine whether new
t nervous work I can It only neecasarytbat he should It Is also stated that a battery company, better than the old

f ,1 Accordingly i-we started Jn a crouching tell yon, lying there -waiting for his hide himself lu A tree, for there was a established in the near future at the Seaboard wants to go through the prop- Pqsslbly this is the reason so many
attitude I' first, Gobo holding'on (onslaught for be looked like Full and then when the '
a moon elephants
and that various erly and is only being prevented from are
,. first martello tower pathmasters. and others who 'r
,coat-tallf bud the other
.to. my boy talu of flesh.
he would
Appeared spear: to them with
extensive improvements are to 'be laying the tracks by the constant presence charged with caring'for our public
to Gobo's moocba.
I determined, however, not to fire till the I gun, and they would fall down '
i I this "when stalk. made at Fort Taylor. of the deputy sheriffs. It seemsto roads still oppose,secretly or openly
adopt plan t could
plainly see hie e'e, for I think dead, and there: would be an end of
,.Ing/ big game, for, It you follow any that rule always gives one the right tbelrtroubiinsr. be a cam'e of endurance betweenthe all proposed changes from the an-

;other system'the bearers, will get out distance for' big game Of course, I hummed nnd hawed and The music hall ot Collins college, track laying gang and the deputy\ cleat ways of spoiling highway'which road
'e ,/ taey continue to call
>f line So I'rested my rifle on the anthep I made a great favor of) consenting to at Winter Park won struck by lightning sherlffa. W
i'' We got to within three hundred yards incl.waited for him, kneelln this I delighted .
:: proposal, though really was a few days ago and completely de off '
such shake
t' right enough, and then the real dlfflcul-- At last he comptroller opponents could #
;:wben was about forty to have a chance. Issued 1
' was partially The has a war. effort -
stroyed.. The equipment their mental hostility to mental
,ties began.- rnrds'awfy.. I saw that the time bad One of the conditions t .
that madewas
The grass had been so closely eaten' rome, and Miming straight for the mid that a messenger' should at once saved, but four pianos and the splendid rant to J. E. Iman, mayor, and. A, R. and use. the opportunities and, '
.* school outfit burned Wise acting,president: of the city council advantages their office gives themto r
off by came, tUat here,wu scarcely die of .the chest I pulled., be dispatched ,\Vambe; whose kraal domestic were ,
'any cover, Thud went the heavy buJ: tand with was two days'- Journey from where I The, building and its contents w-cre of Lake City, for $15,000: the become leaders of their fellowsC.

4 'Con.equentJ7'It'wIII' necessary to go n tremendous snort' 'over rolled the \\oj1'; telling him that I proposed! to Insured. President Blackman, being: In amount to be returned to Lake City under they might profit largely, themselvesand 'W

;Ion our hand* and knees,. which in my rhlnocero.. eneAtb its shock Just like : come, and pay nay respects to him In, a the north, 'no statement 'respecting the the provisions, of the Buckman do much good for their. neighbors. ' a

;case involved laying down the elghtibor \H shot rabbit, '" few days, and to ask his formal permission plans for the future can be made. law. in jbo event that the University .-Good Roads Magazine "

>t every ,step and,then lifting It But It I had thought; that he was to shoot In his 'count". Cf Florida was not located' at Lake -
jup again. done for I was mistaken for in Also I An Effort In Cuba.,
another intimated. was preparedto Gainesville .
National bank City. Thu Is probably the last .chap- cryintrneeeaslty
j somehow The new Good roads In Cuba" are a fJ
However.J.-wrUgled; along
second J1ewa.1. up end coming atm present him with "hong?;"* that is,
land If it had not been for Gobo and hU'friend ; as hard as. ever,* only with hIs bead blackmail, and that I hoped to do a opened Its doors under aucplclous' dr.cumstanccs ter In the famous Lake City 'school ,.. whloh--the- to! ' "

: no doubt sverytblug'would have held low. little trade whit him in Ivory of which the Orat day of bnainjaa, .affalv, ---- ernment is trying to supply at all .it

;Cone' weltBut ', I waited till he was within yards! heard! _he lfad.a-greet-quantlty. -" showing depoeltito the amount of $41- possible speed. The last Cuban Congress '.

as TOil bare, t dare eay.ob- 111.tLa-Lope-thet-he'w'ouldtPtPoaer!. ds This, message: the old 'gentleman 557.75. This bank has Just. completed The full returns from the prohlbl- appropriated $5.500,000 for, t';

.' ualliBtinrsTantTrisTs iIWeysof chest,,but fig wouid'do.nothing of the prom sled- to dispatch at once, though its building .which Is oneof) the''' belt tlon election.,hel4 in Santa Rosa coun.ythe building highways and bridges
: thatlmlnd which is supposed./: to actuate sort... there was something: about his manner ,. throughout the IIIan4'nd,this mgn-,, ;)j
la week show
and has paid- past that the
the south county
la -
an oetrieb ., ", So I'Jo.t had to're at his lead ,with which showed me that he was doubt. equipped ey Is being expended on 130 different :
I J| Bo long, ns billhead( Is )Ild'1en' lie the left barrel, and take my,chanc Col! as to bow' It-Itwould be ref 100,000. :,' 147:.majority... : contracts ranging in size from $1000< ..

swems to tblnlCj, that nothing else,.con. Veil*, as luck would ,have It/' of .After that we struck'our:, camp, add - \ to $100,000. The present. plan of
b1' *' en. .,, . course, the animal put his horn in the moved,"'on. ;10"',the kraaj", :.which, xve Trouble at :the.J.: M. Martinez cigar .The disbarment case against Attorney road development calls for an expen Jfditure

Bo It was la this Instance: Gobo'nnd way" of the bullet which ,cut clean reached about an'boor before sunset.- 'factory .at 'WestTampa;' which ba3 George A. Worley 6f Miami was of ,, $13.000,000.the ,work tOj ,

'the. other, boy crept alone, on' their through it about two'Inches above the This kraal ;,;.... a 'collection' of bdt.snrroundl'd been, brew: g totr"some days:culmlnat.. tried-before Judge ,Jones 'at Tltuavllle. be finished withinthree;' :years. '7'hsf
,; bands and toes with their brads well3own'but. root and then glanced oil Into 'fence means of, Interncommunlcatlen ttt F
apace. by n slight' thorn ; ed In a walk-out of all the cjgarmakefsemployedthere After: a full bearing of the case: Judge
.tUoujh;.unfortunately I didnot'notice ,After that them ,Cuba la, sucJ\"'deplorable 'Condi-, '
< things got rather serious. perhaps.therewere ten,, of In all thus stopping work Jones dismissed the motion of the are. ::
n Jt till too latebearing the My gun weI'empty and,the, blDI'o It was. situated in a kloot..of, the .. prosecution tlon that any.Interest* tradlpg to pro t
tondametltal;: portions of their1 frame eros was rapidly arrl1'lnl"o;; rapidly, mountain, W'ltb.a rivulet flowing..down .10. the 'estabUshment. 'The strike'' 'further, ;disbar Mr| Wbrley vide passable'highways' Is one of ts\',

"blh in the,alr. ; Indeed:that. I-rtoe';: to she conclusionthat It.;' result, of a misunderstanding b<*: from.the. practice; of law in this' state. ,principal steps', toward the ..cornmer, '
w c a"J4ow1all\ animals are quits- as sos I-iiadbetter make way'for him: ''' 'f1', continued.) *' I w ell the proprietor and the+{'men over When the' matter 'was' first 'taken up clal'' betterment .of 'the'1': ;

''ptebns of this tpd of mankind a f Accordingly' Jumped to my feet and .. B* W* HSwlM 1 the failure of the former. to. (,comply them waa much dl.cuslloo'reClrdlnc glneering I Jew.. $:J + a

,; they are. 'of hie face,,"and of."this.act ran"' to the'bard.a could go. 'The Great Salt Lake,'In Utah anoncroaaed i with reaueaUi. of the employes that'the its outcome, ln4"'buf few, if,'any:; b.-. I'I'o'i'
f< atfov M4 it proof As t'\dl4 so be' arrived ,full tilt; by a trestle bridge over International Cigarmakers' Union' be lleved that the attorneys for' the This! female brains 'begin >iot e4f'
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era' at State Capital; Replete With 'Succumbi'to Stroke' 'of Apoplexy wiT 'sevre1leadaches / '

Governorgf North? Carolina, ,interest ; Testimony ,pT Defense ml' North' Carolina Resort "

Bucking Pritchard. .. f in Hay wood Case. ''c -, , when; '" I.
:Th1J .second day's eesson of the ,' .
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J United States,Senator Pettus of.AU
Georgia ''di.l lon of the 'Farmer1 Un; barns died Saturday at" 10 o'clock: at

: CONFERENCE .. FRUITLESS, Ion convened at Atlanta Wednesday ORAtORrMOST DRAMATIC Hot Springs; N "Xtf I om the effect

morning at 9 o'clock In the Peachtree ' in ; ot of apoplexy ,
'* / ." : '-stroke: )", 'wiyi which
tan ball room with a delegation, even I b. was gelied while at the tresktas ,

Glenn Proposes to Enforce Nowly-En. larger than 'that of the first day and table Friday morning... His entire body]
Senator.Graphl ally Pictures CoiisplrNaey r.
acted State Law at All Hazards for every delegate 'It was\ a day' of was paralyzed and be novtr regainedconsciousness *, 4
hard work. to Kill 3teun.nb.rg/ -Recounts '
Until Matter I. .Legally, ,
.Settled. The most important!. feature 'bt the Orchard's Bloody Trail Before Senator Pettu daughter and his .

4 ,, day was-the election"" of 'officers for Crowded Courtroom: grandson, E. \Vi Pettua. Jr. reached ,Wi II'.CureYawl.y

the year That' election proved thai ; trot Springs an hour before the aenator'.u .

Nothing ..came from- the conference the officers elected a year ago had been United States Senator W.-.E,, Borah, ::, .death, but he did not recognize good The health liver t,*one the must mainspring; keep the for liver the in whole good body.order."_ Te To expect do eel ,

,at, lalelgh, N.. C.,> Thursday between faithful 'to every trust .imposed, in engaged b)'.' the state of Idaho as special them. The attending physician. say ..-a regulator 'la needed. Herblna will pot your liver in the concUtloQ "; 4

'' .Assistant'United, .States Attorney General them for It ,Will a" re- le t1on' throughout : counsel 6r the prosecution of that front the time ot the:' apoplectic It should be and you will not Buffer from headaches. ,v

Edward '''T. Sanford and Governor not'on' 'ot the officials finding the Hayw.ood,. spoke the last/word in 'the stroke. Senator Pettua Buffered' nd pain, A POSITIVE CORE

slightest suggestion, ot an opposition Boise',courtroom Friday nlgh't; The and .that he passed away ;'auletly,

Glenn 'concer "ne ''a _Uasls of settle The officers re-elected are; crowd seeking admission broke'all reo '| .Senator' Pettus ,Arrived at the FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS'' AND

went of the pending railway\ rate litigation Fresldent-. F." Duckworth' ', 'of. Pike orda,la,a murder tlalln ,Idaho When North- Carolina resort about a wefl FEVER BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA ;+

y between the state,, and the county every seat and IncS, or.*pace within, ;ago from'Tate.Sprlngs: ; 1 nn., Uptc "' COMPLAINTS.
} 4 Southern .railway. Involving the ",urladiction' Vice President-W. Pi''Quinby of the court room was' filled, seVeral hundred the time of hl..elzure., he was,: apparently -

Bartow county.secretary'.nd, stood on the lawn under the win. In the best of health. At the ,
of state' and federal, courts. : Of Good,
Treasurer-rj. L. Barou dowg that they might catch the sentence's breakfast: table Friday morning li Has, Done A World .

Governor Glenn emphasized the statement ot,Upson: (county, 'from the' impassioned 'pleadingof aid, ,be 'Y'" ,unusually cheerful and o'1 )[r O: D. PhiUey Marble'Falls Texas writes/ t'hare

that it would be'useless for the State Organizer. L. Lee of Do- the young senator when he was stricken the guests of need llerblna and llnd It the best liver corrective I haTe ever

railroads to make any proposition that Kalb county, Senator Borah began an analysis- the hotel thought that be merely had 'triad.' It done my family as well as myself a, world of Rood ft
ail friends.. I nOTe suffer from
Lecturer-O. and I recommend Itj to my
did not first provide that the state State .M." Davis of the' evidence but.ho confined himself fainting fit. Physicians were summoned ;' headaches "

a rate law. ehould go into effectpend; ; Floyd' county to 'the murder iSeunenberg and the, from Ashevllle for consult anymore.SUe WILL, BUY' IT. t

ing the result of the litigation, and Stata. Business Agent-J,'' G.EU'I/ conspiracy.,lie linked Orcrfard to Hay- Uon with tho local physicians and It .

that' If the rallroafs refused his ,otter banks of I'ulkt county. wood;'' Haywood to' SImpklns; Simpkins was seen that there' was no hope of 'Ballard ';Snow Liniment Co.

E, the state would Ina perfectly legal Conductor-T.: K; ]Bazemoreof, 'ta to ;Moyer',and Moyer to Petti bone.' the senator's recovery ,

way, continue to execute: : the law at lor county. Without departing from the. records, The body. was embalmed; Sunday,, 500-503 N. Second;St., ST., LOUIS MQ.,,

he Bees fit It neceseary, he announced, Doorkeeper-. W, Burns of Bartow. incidentally\ clearing up a number pi and was shipped, to ,tho senator' former -

he will call: an extra: session of the county situations 'left somewhat' clouded, lie home In Selma. The body left Hot -.

+ general Assembly that it might act as Cha.plaln-Rev. J. C., Venable. of brought these oMcors and members' ot Springs,'on a special train accompa' Sold and Recommended ,by:'
'it saw fit on all matters affecting the Gwlnnctt county the Western, Federation together. Then melt! by a number of 'United States 4< '
4 '
pending litigation; that as he gets Sergcant-at.Arme-R. A. Wllbanks he''' took Orchard away' from .Denver senators acting 03 an' escort of. honor, For:' Sale' at ROBERSON'S DRUO .STORE.,

{,I his authority and power through It, of Cwlnnett.county.. and back 'again to Denver to the head The committee 'appointed by Vice '

"that body alone by way_ of eminent In creating the executive: committee quarters of the Western Federation of President Fairbanks to represent the KISSIMMEE

!> omaln, etc., can' control and regulateroads : the 'organization showed"Ita satisfaction Miners. This was done carefully and senate' at "the funeral' at Selma leas

fall acting in defiance of both the with the work ot the members almost monotonously tho quiet before (follows; Senators Bankhead.; Allison ,

law and the proceedings .ef legally of that committee ot the' past the,storm, and then Borah's voice and Cullom, Daniel. Warren, Clay RdtJTJ.

constituted state 'courts. An extra: year, so' It"-is that J. II, Hoyle.ot Up manner changed. He sprang Into' action. Qverman, McEnery, Scott, Knox;' Wll- RIVER

1 cession seems inevitable as a basis of son county;. S. J. Smith ot Forsyth .. Ills voice quivering and hand up. Ham Alden' Smith Rayner.'Taliaferro,

settlement: county; W. V.. Martin of Tilt county; raised: fingers outstretched, he Mallory and Simmons: :>, STEAMER LILLIE STEAMER HOSEADA. "

y The governor suggested to Mr. Sanford W. T. Hogue of llaralson county and shouted; Speaker Cannon appointed the Ala Captain Clay Johnson, Sr; Captain Clay Johnson; Jr.
? J. D. Anderson of Cherokee county "Watch them nowt Watch the five bama delegation to represent the t"
the following which be has wiredto Regular, weekly" trips to Basslnger a--'d' return. Roseada leaves ICIsais*.
State Solicitor Brown at Ashevllle: 'were retained for another year, Mr. conspirators! Steunenberg Is to die In house of (.representatives, consisting nee Tuesday morning;, and arrives nisslmmee Friday erening. yy;

"That the 1 1-4 cent rate be put into Hoyle of Upson being again the chair thirty days, and they are moving on of Representatives Taylor;, Wiley, Special Charter Trip to Lake Olceer>obee and Fort Myera oa th LiUle._ <

effect at once by the railroads Until a man. the scene" Clayton Bowie; Heflln, Burnett, Richardson Comfortable accommodation for paasebgera. Rate "reasonable, .' '

final legal settlement; the stat to ap The feature of Wednesday morn. The dramatic utterances and tense and Underwood and also representatives The most picturesque .Waterway In Florida.-'
peal from the order of Judge Pritchard ing's session was the report of President figure of the pleader sent a thrill : Brownlow. Padgett, Hay For- Passenger'< and Freight Hates apply to a

Duckworth. It was a paper in through the court room.For toe space of Virginia Thomas of North Carolina, CLAY JOHNSON. 8R. Proprietor.
the Southern
' discharge railway ticket from custody agents- in Ashevllle; which the Ute and the history of the of ten seconds there was silence then and Finley'of South Caroline.At ,Oa boardUHU.." Klsalnme. Fla

the order in the state were reviewed. It 'relaxing forth continued with his a' mass meeting ot citizens heldat J-
the Southern railway .to aptpal to '
' supreme court of Norris.Carolina 'In the demonstrated that every officer of the merciless logic::'Ho brought Darin, Cop Selma Sunday evening largely attended ". .The.' '
which association had placed within the ley, Adams and Easterly, all officers or a'committee'' was appointed'tomake -
Wake county case, in the company -
hands ,of the president every detailof members of .Western Federation of arrangements for, the funeral. "
>b' was fined 30,000, and if decidedagainst South Past andPreSfl'l -T
writ the work 'Which'had been effected. Miners into touch with Orchard. With Senator .pettua'celebrated hla'86tli ,
of to
it to 80' by error ,
Pf the supreme court of 1 the United Report of committees and officers 'out a pause he drew"picture'plo birthday at Tate, Springs only-a- few .1.

were more than satisfactory to the as lure of the men;;associating together days ,ago, and. on'that occasion hit f
Bide to have
States to co-operate .
, ; By President Miderman the Universityof
sembly. Especially interesting was the at the various points, From each place unusttfc: vigor was the' "aubJect of , JI

'r .. both caaes speedily'advanced determined, argued; the togetherand state, annual report of J. M. Davis of Floyd, and fresh -from every crime he brought comme, .,, ?" ,-/' '. / I Virginia, .
Atlantic the state Jecturer. That report showed' Orchard ..back ,"home to,.Denver," and The' death of'Senator' Pettus following citizens of' had reached manhood's estalo .
at Its I, option to Indict the the South'Who
,rs e Coast, Line Intone case' for violation of that Mr. Davis bad visited during' the then smiling; leaned toward the Juryto quickly' the passing 'of his in I860 and who Is alive today has lived la two, worlds, The,

s the rate Jaw all other'Indictments to yearevery" county I in the t state"and ,ask; "Whyt ''Why,:'always back to colleague from Alabama. Senator 'woNd-of his youth was a'rural. conservative, Isolated\ land. '
; 'that lit making these visits his average Denver, unless It 'was to find'there the itorgan Doth,, were notable typca o( without' cities or centres of ,population, ,clinging to a few t

ve be stopped, pending' be'.governoz.tu a final .AetermlDa ad- had been one each day for' the' year.State1 protection 'and ,pay ot his employers the old school of southern statesmen; T' ', central ideas holding' Itself 'proudly :aloof-, from; ,tne<,ter* +

., .tlon of'the oases;; ( Organizer Lee's, report indi All those thing denounced or sneer. much alike in temperament: ?, appear- meats ot modern society and J creating Its' own' dominant:

'"Iw'll people'against bringing'pnalty cated that there were ill unions in ed at ,by counsel for, the defense found, ance* age '' 'and political conviction -social 'ayatem. It' was a lad of contrasts". an4Urht.; and;
'pedfdlng final- determination, love-of"
suits '' shadows': Itwas .land wherein''a tumultuous
'the state 'a year "ago while there are a bold and "brilliant defense- Senator Mr. Pettus, came, ,from revolutionarystock .
and to ask the people as a Whole to erty and chartered rights existed side br sldfTwlthhuatak.slavery
f thousand and eighty-five unions Borah's Interludes. Counsel for the de- and during: the civil war he rose
acquiesce In these arrangements' ; 'the now a ; wherein culture and refinement touched elbow >.wlth,.doe ee am, sT*.
injuBCtlo.n suit pending before Judge with charters, while hero ore many tense: were,, driven! into a murmur' ofprotest to, the rank, of brigadier general in baroiiH ignorauce; wherein aristocracy and democracy went'arm"1aMmto-

more organizations awaiting that same now Under' the lash of the the confederate army.. He' entered the gether for: the Jast' tlme; In, human hinter'A: ; ...
Pritchard to be .dlUenUy, '
"wahine' "' char er. n' "*" :? ,: / .,. ," pointed sarcasm and again when, under senate ten years ago and while not This; ,system did not produce in any just degree either wealth or,letters.It .
without the, state question The line dividing the'Southern Cotton satire! of indignant,',reproach,' culture,* among:the brilliant orators"of,' that arrested Immigration.'It: branded labor It minimized tnrpattonaf. etnpb%'

"ot jurisdiction"SECOND Association) and the .Farmers' Union Christianity law and order, refinement, body"he ..was notable for. his consci sized the casts, feeling and It set the badge of pauperism upon''the schooU'ofthe

appears to .be* growing'; stronger. the home and : he/;,country -actiamplon' entious' attention. to the details of pubic plain people. Yet It'did some thin<< 'remarkably Well It'produced' an'up
: ,
LYNCHER ACQUITTED. per;class of strlkliis and splendid ',.Irtue. out of which issued the"smallest.e
State Lecturer Davis', In speaking of '. The state of Idaho its people business but, the ..most.alert( and powerful political?, force Iri Christendom They force
and Its 'chIef executive: each In .Former (Governor-Joseph'-, -Dd. John '
the situation, said: was cnrora2t'of grounded
Carolina Judge Despairs of Efforts a steady group of daring and resourceful leaflets so
"Our organization has 'taken no official : turn were given brilliant ,eulogy. son of Birmingham,"will succeed to In undexlole: public' probity that one'.may search pie line of publlO"'. lel1.ot,

at' Conviction.The action and will probably take under It all Haywood';:himself was the Beat 'in the ,senate Blade vacant the ,doutb. from Calhoun Den Tlllman. inclusive and the succession''I. freely:

efforts of the slate of North none. In regard to any relations. whichdo perhaps the one man I in the roost who by the death of Senator Pettus:' EI: from personal dishonoror' self-seeking and so' weighty'In political "thinking

Carolina to' brlna to Justice the twenty now or may hereafter exist betweenour showed the least emotion.,, At times his Governor Johnston'was selected as second that Patrick Henry and Calhoun'may be read with pemosthenea and Burke. f

Add citizens of Anson county; who body and the Southern Cotton Association face flushed,'and more than once paled alternate last year when Senators Tars aristocratic South really trained .the democratic 'union, tonics: UltV-: ,

took J. V.. Johnson from Wadesboro : t may state however that under the attack, as Borah reaching; Morgan and Pettus were renominated. .mate. Victory over the alien system of thought created by southern life!its
For forty years the South was practically another .nation bulldtac social
Jail the night' ot May 28. 1906., and we will have no kind of affiliation with the climax: of the conspiracy pointed Congressman Bankhcad 'was chosen as order on the basis of an inherited economic misconception. For. another-

t lynched him, 'came' to ,an abrupt termination. them., We''will run ''our' affairs In our an- acuslng anger at the man whom, drat altfstnate'senator and ha has al forty :years it has been'strlvlng to retain Its ,best traditions,', its Ideal1aDi"bct 1':; d'.,:,

,Jn', court at Monroe Thurs- own way. ,and, they,.can,run their, as he said "was the criminal force behind ready .been elected by the legislature' Its simplicity to recover the industrialism commerce and education"which .1 .

day afternoon when the jury In thecase they see fit. Our alms and theirs seem the Western Federation of Miners." to succeed the late, Senator Morgan It had lost and to achleve'nationalttatlon In politics and liberalism' In,opinion.

.. of Zeke. ..Lewis, the second of the Co b'e different In any event I want Senator Borah's peroration' was delivered The South has regained the spirit of industrialism with which M started In tae!:

"4 &l1eied'1)'nche s, to be' tried! ,returneda to say In .the moat positive .manner In quiet, almost pleading tones EXCURSION TRAIN WRECKED. early days. Many details remain'to be worked out but the' spirit is here.: I, a

verdict ot not:u1lty. that we" will'have nothing to do wlh: In strong contrast to the.harsher voiceIn see Kin ''the Ideals of our youth.! I heart It in their speech. Their:ambltlona,
reflect It, their dreams move'about from the old patriarchal
: It Twenty 'years now
The jury was out an hour and three- this organization." which be SRoke' ot Clarence Dar.row's Three 'People Lose Life and a Score
) South will bo a fierce', industrial region. By industrialism I ,do not r
quarters and.when the verdict was an- add," continued Mr. argument of justification. or'More Are Hurt *
I "And ,\ may mean commercialism. ,CornmerclaJlsm is a mere sordid< theory of life.;. 'Indus'
aounced Judge Peeplea, who has been duties vailed' "If he said' "the state hall'point In wreck of an excursion train '' .
r Davis, "that my, hay,' ; me a I trlalls 'la ,tbe scientific mastery of the raw material and .Us wlae l.trlbUtiOD'according
w presiding c:at Union'. county, superior In the; last few months ;in' every' section ed out to :you the men who were concerned at Isle Stenos tea miles' from Cuter ,to. the laws of trade. ? ;

court, formally //discharged it, and of the state and nobody pays any in 'and executed this awful' ,Pa., on the Allegheny and \Ve t. ; I The southern boy of this generltlon.has found himself at'last'. in American' '

"'w stated that he wouldn't go In'.o the trial attention to this organization. I have crime, then in the name of the manhood ern road three persons were killed life and made himself afhome at.the moment when the republic pas .most '$

i' 'of another 'one of the men Indicted, found that all the members of the organization and the womanhood of Idaho, do outright and' a score or more were need of his tempered strength.-, He, Is a fine, hopeful figure this southern bor:
much feeling In both ot whom I know so well, of strong, high political Instincts, facing tardily a fierce i
there being too, are dead except the officers your duty" without [enr' any man more or less' seriously Injured.The '
Industrialism and a new'democracy'with'its and temptations
and Anson counties In' favor of favor to man. cause of the accident Is given.
havequiL""DUCKTOWN"UiT' any
Union and those who or not -
ambitions and dreams moving about them and yet holding fast throughthe,
4 ,, .the defendants to ,hope for a convlo- "Let us .then be brave at thai supreme of
t '' conservatism in his blood to the. noble. concepts of .public probity 'and. scorn,
Lion, lie urged Solicitor 'Robinson to ," DECIDED. momeut.< It the defendant is in. ROWLANDS, STAY' 'IN JAIL. dishonor. '"Ht '

move for a removal, pf the other" c sos locent.-let him:'go-free, but if not then +
'Y U to some" other county. The,"other eighteen Savannah'Fertilizer; Company Nit I 'Because let' him take the punishment. that the Doctor) arid Wife Refused Freedom on -- --
rPollteWlihelnt ,, j .- --8anall t ..
defendants were,, required to. give law prescribes. : Habeas Corpus.'
bonds of $5,000, for: thelj' appearance et'Savannah's!Destructive Fumes.The local "Duck.> You have a higher- ty to perform The sppllcatlon'forTelease': :'-bY -DrvndtrKTECrs7 ,--J Whea--t-eompar 'tHe courtesy and I The', Bedouins, ,have a J
first with which
never falling welcome every ready, method of attempting to 'cure"t.he
at theJanuar7 term of Union county ,than ever was asked of a Jury i In.Ida>- Rowlandv upon habeas '
town" suits has been tried and the ,, : German company :opening Its season inLondon fever' caused bjr the> wounds 'they r .

court.: plat .l1rr got a verdict.. ,William.Tones: Or-8orne"6t"TBu men have ''stood the corpus 'proceedings has been, refusedby is greeted by my..colleague* in have Inflicted on those they, have captured .,jo\ .
Johnson, the 'victim\ of the 'mobts ued"tiWTlutuariPertill2er' company for test In the'past in protection, ot your Associate! Justice\ ,of the' Supreme' Fleet Street with the treatment meted for sale''as' slaves ice; b.tha"I'.

:.,....sangeanse-waa a r--IBdletmel1!; ,torthe' ruining his crop of vegetables Just west homes' and your flag but you: ,!have Court,Connor. at'RalelKh/N' ; d. out ,to' that1 gentleman an actor, Mr, being 'of'course, Impossible',the, pa- '

murder of a relative, Culn John- of the city. There are seventeen .other' never. faced a duty that, required a He' announced that 'as .the.harden, Tree,'on hi. visit to Berlin, by ,Jmor- ( are,burled up to their necks, m' .);,
eon, and was awaiting trial at.a special It Is ilghar wurage 'than suits against the, same,company ,* one who realized' the ,courtesy lay the fever., They remain, buri:'.
there was so
.term of-Ao on 'county, ,court when the fertilizer A'tue'close'bf the;senator's address innocence: of. the. charge of murder
claimed that the fume .from due from one''gentleman led for'several' : :
which days Indeed
= Mrs. ,,,1s{ until :
lynched.Twentythree men were !lndieted' and tne adjournment of court, he was. Charles. Strange Rowland's
If i faotory killed the growing vegetables another-thehKaiser. ably seconded have been killed "
; to they or cured. ''Eighty1 .
foci 'crtaie/and thr..-ftrd, 'i..airrounded"and congratulated'every ormer.husband and. this had
the/: Just like the copper fume at ; that as, by.his'.sou. It was for Germany's'reputation 'percent. succomb;-Illustrated Lone, :
state and hue never been .In ,theccurtt room, including not been donehe; remanded'them' to ,
from the Dukctowa, Tenn., killed the vegetation one ( '- 'politeness that"ber Kaiser don ,News.,
.apprehended, .. .. ., there'; r iK. >counsel t.f or.,,the"defenw.'pENeACOLA Jail for the next term: ,of court.. '- and Crown Prince were present in the 1.. ..".,.'
'.. .", capital :during that ,week 1 ia 'order to Longest Talk 'on Record. '
? '
KILLED!: BY DYNAMITE., rWOMENLEO CONSPIRACY... '\ ,CONEY, ISLAND LAMI- WEPTA 'how that there are a few people at any Dr., Kenealy's speech''la the'EnglWt'> ," ?,
,-'"' '" ' *'' '" t MAYOR.DEAb.,. , .. %: rate who know how to' behave la.'Ger- Ticbborne trial (asted 10 ys-hutt r. ,
'Premature Blast' Takes' Two:' 'Peterabu}g'Otficlils'Weavlna' Net . , -" \ New.York's.Playbround. ,L.ld'' Waste mane..Duesseldorferl'2isettung.: : ; the longest' continuous'' tala Is' amps ./ .

A, B. :'A A. Railroad.'Camp., ; \t"\ 8U ,, .Hon. .:Charles Bliss Succumbs. to Illness by ,Raging'; Flamia;<, > " .a.H posed to have, been' achieved' In'the' r

'' the Line-creek'cut,'threemiles Around. Enemies t of Czar.' 'cOntr.cteci'D'urinll'Campllin.. Coney,*Island, :'the playground of % Legislature, 'of' British\ Columbia;; ;
The' authorities '.In; St.: Petersburgwill ,Pensaco-' New' Y rk'. millions was : The-. late,, John 8teUon\-;famous I In when a member who was, in ,,a",mlnv.orltyof .-
Ga., on the Atlanta, HvBlis mayor of visited'by a
from Senola Charles s, ,
,, hi. day, a* a theatrical maha er'was one.\succeeded':'Ttalklnc';" ..lout" ;
" ,Birmingham and'Atlantic'railroad' ,' at, ;//soon::. be in a position Issue.aa result J la ,Fla... died[ at his home,,Id that city disastrous Ore early Suodiy and even having ,a yacht built, :and, a, friend ;a bill by' speaking. twenty-eat""" ,

i,, Jj, MStradin'e LPitzerfath, .r 'Of their,'investigations 'to'' ndlctrments Wednesday morning, 'after -an illness blocks In''the'amusement section' were meeting him on Uiestreet..;& ked him bourf without .Intermission' :JTew.', "

'of ,the.;foreman,, and,one,.negro were In: the'-matterof.;the .:entplot completely destroyed.' Nearly a'score :what he was olng to ,name the beat, York J WoridV: .wj> nt-:'\ :
'k1I\'ed.\ and'three -bagly Injured by an against the;life, of Emperor},Nicholas, laving its origin in his' campaign..,:ot fsoutll! ;.hotels;! Were; wiped :out.;: ;The ,"?! 'haven't decided yet."ltepfediobn; )J [- | '

laccldental 'dynamlu -Aploslon whUe. It Js'now known.that womea.took the'' "flay, and ..Julie.wh n a"complicationJseases .tot. damage ls, estimated at'fully a million, "but it will be,some nata jco>mmenelg! '. It Wsald':? that from>eighty'thundred ; ., '
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.etUnR.:,ready;4o'open .t.,yocket, leading, parts ; seized him. . . .o 1 ..:No .lives-were, I loeti ."" '
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Tie- '" Vaiky 'Gazette. same old improvement story These. were pioneers scoffed Itlock" at :: "

"' .. when tbey began their experiments. OSCEOLA. .
,' but.'-those who cam JiO scoff remain 4
/,, f ruBUSHXD >EVERY FRIDAY. ed to pr..,"-and to pay for all t.h.
in Valley Gazette Building bull that. theM' breeding ettablUh ACy.1
Office foundation I
menu on produce. PHA: I
mrnMnmiril;OSCEOLA COUNTY FtA.f . of a rood herd of pedigreed cow bas 1 ,
GalttklU and If, bit
been laid by Mr. .
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carried forward s ,, ,
; W. lls. puinu8, Editor and Prop'i. present plans are
attend this '
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f of large hi.development business. S; THE Don't forget us when in Seed of Guests

+ 8G&8CRIFTION RATES 0oOeo The tick In Florida I II what Sherman
...................:... $1b virulent -
_,. It leem.eelllDor. of Anything
on year aid is.
.a".th.......................... 110 war "cuned""O LEADING S
.Oee 0.3 evpy.thr*. mAD th... ...... ........... 26 more malignant. more These I 01

aathmm breeders in have any other sustained section.much loss In 2 DRUGSTORE in the DrugLine ,;
from ear ,
'4, '___. ftdentamUR.a1oeIIbJrc.he writ al bringing wW not ... returned nnlei they bate succeeded K
Ke ecte. matter but through persistence L 'FLA.
.->>s4 f.Ent.r.d... In laying a foundation. Dipping i
at x.:I 1mm...FU," is the surest means of combatingthe 1. ___ .. _. _. . ,
..........mutt matter. tick, and they are awaiting the -
I'- of a dip that will kill the ; ;
discovery '
Friday August 2,. 1007. ticks without injuring the cattle bulls or are the 3 fl Bottle "Herblne" FREE toEveru. Customer.
hair. 'Mr. Galtsiull's two .
fever-proof but QQ., more Interesting
extraordinary efforts VVVVVVVVVgnIVVVVVVV VVVV, .
of the
', The editor of ibis paper has alread illustration in pore- - -- '
; made by these pioneers - -- -
Joined the buttermilk brigade and Ii blood introduction can be related than I '

fortifying for the prohibition fight we the story of Lavender Lad, chief herd for Education. .'

v believe' inevitable two _years hence.With ChnmbllRs bull at. Palmetto bought Farm Lavender In! 1JH Lad*' and Mr. ..State Institutions Uigherr y .

about six: of tbe'fortysix:
only .
shipped him by express to bU farm.
+' counties of Florida in the wet column) He is distinctly one of the best sons of '
the outcome II plain. It will be a five The Lad For Me. The site of a breed' University of tbe State of Florida Florida Female College / .

t to one bet on prohibition ]in Florida ing pen was selected on the highest TALLAHASSEE. FLA
knoll of his beautiful Jiammock farm GAINESVILLE. FLA. Meals; $10.
'' whenever brought w vote In the Leg- and logs were hauled and burned over A high kradeinstltutiotl'for younp A College for women, without a parallel ->
ielatureFloridian.Ssota I . and in the South embracing a College
the ground to kill ticks eggs. Engineering
Scientific, -
tiM men,pfTering School for
:A stout fence was built, with a guardfence of Liberal Arts a
Jtoaa county joined the prohibition to keep any of the herd from Agricultural and Pedagogical Teachers a School Industrial Arts

forces by a decided majority COntaCt with/ the bull. A shed waserected Courses. a School of Fine Aria, including
under a. live oak tree, and a Strong Faculty;' well equipped Laboratories piano pipe organ violin volue culture
'in the election held Wednesday.With >breeding>fn built aJjoiningthe fencedIn ; thorough instruction, both elocution and physical cuture; t
Santa Rosa county dry there lot.. There La.venderLad has passed theoretical and practical, careful supervision A faculty of able specialists in all j '

t r. will be no saloons between Jacksonville ., ) nearly two yearn of his life. Whena and discipline; high moral departments.
and Pensacola, a distance .of cow Is to be bred she Is led) into the tone. TLITioNFREE. Charges for spr-
.400 rulles. This II' all it should be. breeding pen, crude oil is brushed over No tuition charges to Florida students clal instruction in flue arts reduced
the cheat belly and legs of the bull .Other espouses very low.For . to a minimum. New buildings In
s Intoxicating liquors are an unnecessary and after serv leu. he la at. once return- catalogue and other informa- course of construction. Write for / .
% evil, which the people can well ed to his quarantine pen. All this extraordinary Ion address catalogueA. > c.t: -4r
afford do without. Prohibition promotes effort In order that the .. .
mat of the blood of the breed may l>e A. MURPHREE Pres. -- -
t moralltr, increases the weightof ANDREW SLEDD, Pres. --
produced into the dwarfed and scraw-
the purse, adds to the healthful- nv native. stocks! Does the record of junl'bectlDon't

t t Deal of many and lightens I the burdens the indubtry a duplicate? .
Y of the court, but seriouslxlmpalm' the "We have kept. him this long Mr.Goodwin .

teelo'f Let 'em ,: ," said Mr. ChamblUs as we
sheriff. dry.
a go stood admiring the bull. "He 'cost OMFJouRNAipMlmliS
Who wants liquor while there Is abountiful \us $1,000 Including the expense of the !1IW>!fS. SCHOOLS!

supply of p Adam's ale quarantine. pen, and the trouble wi.ake. .
in Florida.-:Tavares Herald. Hut we have one crop of calvE'. .
by him and the cows are settled again:
q> his service!, and we figure that any of Chicago.
The bill passed by the Georgia 'vel' Old Time Patterns.
further use we get from him is all Buy ... ,
legislature on Tuesday, absolutely vet' If he lies down and dies froiu .Dnlvenltr of Chicago. stew
prohibiting the sale or manufacture tick fever we are ahead of the game" Chicago toe the Chicago,'and

i' of whiskey in the State of Georgia, "That was in MarchVord now to practice law In Florida with e, y I
comes that Lavender Lad has the fever Get the Ladies' Home Journal : :
is fraught with much interest to the all the extraordinary ..-:Mechanical. Civil Electrical '
lightly despite
entire southland. For the past few precautions taken to protect him. But Exclusive styles perfect- .... Pine new building, coellr

years local option elections have the indomitable spirit of these pioneer patterns. Bookkeeping bjr b..a ...&1104&
breeders will eventually triumph over You Depanmanta. Lal" been held with increasing .frequency '
r fitting thoroughly up-to-date.
.' 'in' all the southern. States, and with the The world Short-horn the flesh as and the. the cosmopollt.anImprover tick. .. . Yale, Princeton..Cornell'.

,, but few exceptions the prohibition I has written no more coo vine- can get these at our pattern counter. butldlnf. L Primarr"sad
aentimentf has triumphed 1D every lOll demonstration than In Florida. prepare Public Srben

coi aty where Such elections have. We have studied the crosses of this Price : 10 and 15 cents. "' leparaM building, large anal ., ,
; breed from one to four on piney woods
? ,been held., It remained for Georgia, In three. crosses the eccentricities .
w however to take the initiative and of bovine form generations Inbred c. cv. DANN { *hold. Forvit. from, IxmUvllU the Coll I|
make a SUM. Issue of this question, in the native are wholly obliterated \ other llnlveraltlee. TneriT. AA

and her motors or failure la handling and the resultant. offspring' will :: ; ; ;:: : : :of with a coetly million foml.blnii dollar endowirt, In-J
muster as a blgh-grade in any I KISS I DtMEE FLA.
pas. riioiie .a t a Uynnaal.n with ooup
Otis great problem will shape the erd/ The betterment that U wrought!: court. diamond d,
Altitude l of the 'entire"south, and 10 one cross is altogether remarkable' ; .......a&e bulldlnm mel
1R. Mln.rologj{ and ;+
probably a portion 0'tb.. north. and a total transformation can be accomplished : .,." ..heat smut walks
lr Should succeed ,, enforclDr1.b11 In three. The Aberdeen- ; aoclal,literary', mualeal and I
Georgia in
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creditable D. teaching.
Angus ha also made a record L. HARRIS M. .1"J; ) '
law, we confidently, predict that.
and cattle of this breed are being -
[WIthin the next. ten years the prohibition taken Into Marion county. S..T. HARRIS' SANITORIUM.ORLANDO PreaU.nt,

banner will,be wafiog from iUtrunk, one othhe county officials,
dares and Dlxon's )line'on the north Is founding a herd near Ocala, and FLAA D. Lift. D., LL.D.
been taking
Dr. E. B; Oaerrant has
to the Gulf of Mexico 'on the south down some "doddles" from Kentuckyto FLA. .

andfrom 'la.Rlo, Grande River'on Molntoah. Private Institution built and equipped with all modem \ t.,

,the west to the Atlantic Ocean on .the Note should be made of the remarkable conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of
in feed production -w1r iF
possibilities 4
east for growing cattle and finishing beef. the sick. : ; eu'V
'' The velvet bean is the. wonder plant' Terms Reasonable. Write for Particulars. PHONE NO. 8.
FLORIDA! CATTLE INDUSTRY. Of Florida. Its, production Is marvelous ,
and its nutritive value high!:
,' It /grows well on all dry lands, but -- f .

(Continued from'.page one.) does best on the sandier, cheap soils
requires but. little cultivation and ,
.ir'.nin the opening of this article. needs not to be gathered, as the bean h I II }- j
I Thurmaq
The market U local aDd for export to keeps: well on the vines and is best fed
Cub.. Through Port Tampa- and 10 tbe fields. This plant is adapted &Co. j erie"s
Van "j
foot Ka.t. pass thousand lof these only to Florida as a forage proposition W. L.
I. 'dlmlouitlve specimens of kine, to' -be but Is used as a fertilizer as far idol(
slaughtered and sold In the fashion north ma Virginia, an experiment havng -- Trorportotion(
peoullar to.the Cuban. It Is an ins shown In/it a value of (15 to 918 =
? .1 dustry worthy of a book; U la.,an, 'antique per acrel as a nitrogen-gatherer. The BROKERSREAL '
; It U a harking; back in type to beggar weed comes after the corn has Auto Cars Line. \ Dace Solicited. elf
the Spanish cattle of early< import. been laid by, And recent writers from ."
t'' .lion plus the environment 0(. a wildlife he Southland have told of its remarkable ESTATEAND ; ; -- -r i r-r
in woods and on wide stretches value as a forage crop. Nature Leave KIsslmmee 6:45: a. m. ----
1 of open grazing country, plus the ey I. surely prodigal of production for INSURANCE Arrive Orlando 8:30: a. m.
r-present tick) the Florida stock farmer. Arrive Sanford 9:20 a, m. OF THE BEST
Ia I. related that* a phl1..ot.bronllt.. A few months ago we would have OooOOooOoOGOOOoOoQoOE Leave Sanford 11.-00: a. m. ..
yiaitiDa Florida tome years ago was asked: Can any good come out of Arrive Orlando 12:30 p. m. .
'sip shocked by the dwarf specie of Florida In the live stock line? An '.- | Leave Orlando 2:30 p. in.
the oavtire cattle that he wired to the emphatic affirmative answer must now Arrive Kisslmmee\ 4:00: p. m.
'Chicago.toolc yards Jor.a car load of be returned: to the question. And it BEER. g
Connectlng'with Seaboard H. R
'i bulb with which to begin the work was only one county, about 40 miles 1ttl
of Improvement., It Is recorded that. quire. thateameunder Investigation. Orlando and the:;Clyde) ..boat at Sanford
out ox this car load two survived tbe -"W..B.- G."' In breeder's Gazette. going north ,
t.lca-a Shorthorn and an AberdeenAsj .... Now Open? .for Business .'
.. They produced remarkable" "f - ,- ,f.a\'O.a"I'.l1l'OlI4.\ ; ." SALOON.

4.t_' result, but to Florida's.state Air, be- .. __. -, _ .in.Patrick's Old-Stand ,
s stoning with Its location .at'Lake City HARRY W. THURMAK, President.
and later th. eg. F'ltS() ALE CHEAPIF JEW CHAIn Capt. C. E. Burns. Vice President; .

4 '..a Dome iD Tamp.' belongs the re- I Daily, Sec'y .ii 7reut.' .0.0. t
t 1' of.tartlog general Interest in cat SOLD QUICK 1 NEW RAZORS &
Improvement, When - '
t tbe history ___- I .
this.waketngaomes to I be 'wrltt.t.eut """ - NEW EVERYTHING ...,.
i ,prominent among the names on the 'The hotel"The InnlheV ; : Orlando: Fla. ,;
roll of honor; will be those of ..5.11. Duzor --WE ARE AGENTS FO1 ;
,, GalUklll and 18 jS-Chambtisi; wbo J' .n comer. ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... 1

r operations: Marlon county have con-, The Okechobee House. International Harvester Co.
'eI1l.h.I,4emoD.trat.ed .!
1 Ithe remarkas '
1'' hie possibilities. stock. ot '.betterment hi thesuttee The Waring cottage. 'OP PAY. Gasoline ,Engines.The COMPANY...I" ,"I'* ;

; Keotueky'sloss was ''Florida's gain The old Makinson corner. IrLIt.,
when Mr.. GHUklll began orange Two cottages and one lot on P.A. VANS AGNEW, Best on the Market. ,
a .y orcharding over a score of ',ears ago Dd.S..t.IO .rY"E iI t
T lo Marlon county. He la one of the the O'Neal. Addition. I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ will make you close prices'on. Engines IIi...; Sawmills; Woodwork t r
king pins of the. grove I' I 1-
boxes iodnstrv.of ,oranges andpassedovert10Ooo Orange grove horae"w&on and AND NOTARY PUBLIC' ( and Pumps in running carried and"lOCk.Supplies.Liberal Com :'c..

l ma grape fruit through his,'packing KISSIMMEE FLA on your farm. for catalogue.' .
; Write
house last relater; Supplementary",to harness, cow and bull calf. - agents for the Old Gee ail 'I'
fcls orange'groves on Orange Lake' .......
t ills farm close by, one of The! property of Harry W. Thur- '' w. L: Van Duzor & CO; ._ Bagtmea 11';

Jwmmoeks the most attractive in the state and, and most becoming fertile. man. Apply to the owner or J. M. J.M. WILLSON, JR.., /f. : .

d well equipped for tbe care of bis StOI't.oborDe Willson, Jr. KUsimmee,.Fla. :of NOTARY PUBX.IC... l lt .. INERY !. .
and his sheep., ,Through what '
,Tleisaltudes Messrs., Oaltsklll and Terms easy, part may remain on .. 'STATE' AT LA.GB..S- iti
CbamblUs Real Estate Agents fM
r s of 8D rt-both yblooodthe into Introductlon mortgage. if!
this county. and the establishment oft KISSIMMEE. '.FLARIU11.a ". '
tnelr herd cannot now ,be recounted . Estate Agency.
., '.b Ie eDouh to know that .they bare: ..., : $..
A achieved 'distinct suocett; that they G., F; 'KHTBBS. S .+ .....:.. .....: rm..serRealty'

have shown the way; that they hare . ,,. : '
; proved the possibility and the profit AT TO"N.YTLAW, : : I A. J
S- c ;of purebred herds; that tacit, ot sup-' yOffice I) PI L L 8. Hbuses rented. ",

.v' :ply\ rather than lack market is their ,. in'the ,Courjt'; HouseKissimmee : '::;' -" Taxes paid 'and "Titles verified , ? of_ .lAamlnlll, .,_ .,easy of"aoceia.; ,
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1 'ofclei difficulty.' ..Mr. Gaiuklll has a ----E! j for non-residents. Rollln
; '," couple of sons of Barrister service, Florida.,, ...... __ _...or;w'W rw..w..wa Life and Accident In- Colleffe7X.cademy, Mttsie. ->
Fire '
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.plt.aI'buJla; and their progeny from With whom be'associated 7 >In, the and Stenography Cours- ,. '.
arrade or' purebred cows is In demand -. _tYe.rrwe.a.w.._'v..ta.a_ suranceWlndpmnlty'Bond gymnasium, geld and WW':
,trial of causes tb.' law firm of *i '
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by iba ranehersfvhO are rapidly learn- ? \ address, ;
practical : value, of. tbls,.tm. M.....'A'Warlow: of. '
wed WoodOf_ :. course,, It..was..the ::>I Orlando, For Sale-_Bv 'Osili. Pbanaacy' ?4d'Yr'Yr'Pr' asF'Yr--".. I :: : ,, :, . .' c '.'1
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Security For Your Live Stockof ON THE MARKET: ' ,

every kind and for your fields of growing.crops.: Is what you want and what you have a right to expect. I .

when you buy fence. A fence that a bull can break through or break down is not worth paying good money . .
+ f for. You" ,want wcltfht in the fenceyou buy weight enough to turn the heaviest Percheron or stop a "devil ,.NNNNNN.N.NNN ..._.N.N.M.NM ..._W\ _11'1'1__ .
wagon.. Now. it is a fact-and you should know It-that, per running rod you obtain the most weight la +

afro that Is given' in any fence in the celebratedAMERICAN' .. 1- --$35. .$40 AND $45'{ +

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It '? made aa purpose to be the heaviest most durable and lasting of any febCO'at any price., It li made and ''
w cold In larger quantities than any other two fences In the world solely on its merits. STANFORD
f The makers of AMERICAN'FENCE own and operate their own iron mines and. furnaces their own wire : :
g mills and six immense' fence factories.. Their product it the acknowledged CARSON GRAVES 'I. :


w .We'CID show you this fence In our stock and explain its merits and superiority not only In the roll but in
the ield.< Come and ice us and get our piiccs.TbeXIsslmmee HARDWARE COMPANY
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< VaIIeuOatette' Smoke Key West Havana., the best Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. I Dwellings' for. rent, apply' to .M.. Senator Carson at Lake City. New'Train on A.' C. L ;
So cigar on the market u
...'->__.. I White Star Laundry,-R. S. FloydA I In reporting' the' meeting of the The management of the.,'Atlantic' .
TELEPHONE No"n. Try the hew barber shop. Every Co: -. !'. W. Hill of Narooossee, is, transacting State. Baptist 'Convention at Lake' Coast Line having expressed ,their
thing new and up-to-date. Sharp razors business in town today City which was called together for the willingness to consider the operation 1.
o I clean towtu, !first-class service.At Straw h..t..t. and below cost, at .f purpose of formally ratifying tbeacceptance of train.from Sanford KUslmmee,<

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY Danns.R. Dr. Winn was called to Davenport of' the buildings and in the morning returning In the even*:
their meeting next Monday theCounty on a professional visit Wednesdaynight. grounds! of the old St..te University .It
.' S. Floyd & Co. Is agent for the Ing, will be necessary for theniti' tzens
- Commissioners. hear complaint -
for the establishment of Baptist
a to give their expression on'the
White the best In .the
W. B. MARKS. as to the raises in assessmentspublished State.' Star Laundry; College at that place,. the Lake City matter., A petition for' thispurpose, '
in this. few weeks State Chemist U. E. Rose was '
paper Index has the following mention- been .
_- w_ has circulated and signed by residents
....'I. n ago. Mr. Harry W. Thurman spent a few circulating among 'his friends here Senator Carson's' reply to the addressof of Altamonte. and Maltland i '. ;
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. For Sale 8..rlfaln.One six days in Tampa this week on business yesterday.J. welcome! a similar petitionwill ba.eireulaM '' (-j 'e '

A........ tMipmtnr for w*.k .ndln* Thurs.Aueuut room at, and_ a four vacant lots .in connected with his steamship transportation "At the conclusion of Dr. Julian's Orlando, at an early, date ,'This'] ,' .
cottage Wallace down t.o' Plant .
I 1801. line. C. : went ; address, Hon. C. A. Carson of Klsslmmee tlon should be signed by .* "j ;
North Klsslmmee. J. WSEYMOUR., every; I
City yesterday to take a position a Introduced
was to respondto ness man and person Interested. in I e ff
M.L In&I' Mr., S. B. Wlllson Treasurer of Regular communication of Orange printing office. the welcomes extended by those good of the oily :>This! train will i ve''' 4
: Volusla county and Secretary of the Blossom Lodge No. 80 F. .k A., .M. Rey/J. P. Hllburn D.' D. Presidentof who proceeded him.. It was extremely all the people north of us tbe'opwortunlty -'
- Consolidated Land Co., was in-town next 'Monday night. Work in the Southern College will preach at. fortunate. that ,this should have of coming to tbe.county.... to
yesterday on business for his ; Masters degree.Mr. happened. For :years Mr. Carson attend to business and ,return in rthe
W the Methodist Church next: :Sunday a
'' tiew' was a member of the board of trusteesof
,,, ., Mt company. evening greatly increasing the'voK
72 George ri..rker.' the Orlando DaD -Prescott of (:only, Orange the old University... Carson nine of business of the'oitv.OrandoSeporter
. Phone wants we do the run- .
n your and is in
osd ,1'1 hanger decorator, after thanke '
.r. paper the
extending to
...a .. . M ;. \ < county-one of the most saeoessful people -8tar.. "fct i:
ning. town this week beautifying the Interior .
for their ,
.. cordial and hearty .welcome,
.d..d.r lOt 74 farmers in this section is In' towntoday.
r. Kissnnuas DRUG COMPANY. /11
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.. uredr. ,. ,. .1//.) MlTHE of some of the local residences. proceeded to outline some of the '
The decision of Bon. T. A.. Jennings things contemplated. for the new for. Safe:, ,
.d I not to become candidate for Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dickensonhave 'See our 5 10 15 and 25'< cent counters ' college.. He predicted a !great future
4'' ; --- -- ---- -- - governor will be.received with regret. returned their home at Narooossee > at the Cash Store.; ''You can get for the .Institution,; and for. Lake Fifteen acres "of' land. ;:wJtii' good

1 M+ by a boat of friends in every portionof after spending- few days many useful articles at a'' very low City.; His remarks ware enthusiastically five room bouse; furnished. Area'
in town with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. received and made mllAA from town at railroad station ". s sPrloe
the State. price,"'' and, a present'wit f each pur he s> (favor. ' '
Kribbs.Cant. : :
$350.00 .
chase. able impression on his bearers. easy terms. .
{ LOCAL HELD.Next F. H. La..oo Is giving awty a , j; wnxsON! JnGoiflt '
i present witb every purchase: at 'the J. A. Simpson has Issued Invitations For Rent Sebtember 1-Tbe; house, Deaths *, V.'t.,, .(
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to the marriage daughter -
Cash Store. DOW occupied by Dr. W. L.. Winn In > <
Miss Geneva Allen to Mr. Harry Booth Klsslmmee. Apply to- J. P. 0It !i.Btaieess::1 ,
I Dr* Hicks 'returned ) owe- Friday Cottrell Duncan ''which will be, sol Reuben Johns l. a well known' citizen ; w, f ,
NMN. # I night from Jamestown, where he went emniced at the Christian church next Fox, 409 Tyler Street, Tampa, Fla., of this place died at- his home! In For the next thirty"days; ny' ,entire*
to.attend a convention of 'Railway Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock.: or this office, 33-if- North Klssimmee last' Friday,, afteran stock: of Dry Goods,'Shoes-- Nottbaslf! ,
Monday; ,U Rule Day. I and Incidentally to take In The Valley Gazette extends congratulations .' daughter illness lasting 'About two weeks.Mr. Etc.twill be sold 'CoM! f :OAa;J .,
surlllOo'l Mrs. N. C. Bryan "
tloo. Johns was reared .in''" ,the .\ . ,UT. B.. .
White shoes,at cost, come quick at in advance the .fortunate Miss Berta, returned home ;yesterday Whittler. .
Dann'js. -f* J> .. '.*' ."";:>'.' A useful present 'with i every; pun young man. who has won the heart from their summer' outing. For ,, the town several settlement months, and ae'Iea.e.moved ,to "-." . ,' ,...
f. and band of of Klssltumee's fair. ajro. i "
chase, from five cents up, at the Cash one past six weeks they have been so-
i R. T. Butler transacted' business-in' Store... .F. H. LAWSON. est and most lovable young women. journing at-Talulah Falls, Ga., its a wife loss.and The several remains children were to carried
Orlando ;yesterday., ; ;i" ';;,.r4as.N; )>, I Mr..U-W. Thurman bas bad the See those Matchless American Lady Essex Shoes for women and to Whittler for interment on ..SatJ V ,

Queen Quality' Shoes, all'styles, at foundation laid this week for a new Beauty. Corsets.. af H. C. Stanford<< Co. Walkabout shoes for men. Bighgrade i J urday.. __ 1
H. C, Stanford Co., automobile garage to be built on the I shoes low Call and i- Abstract>.Go.plny
Capt. Clay Jor n onc rjne up from at prices. I Wm.. Hearn 'died''
I an aged man, af
Hotel Klsslmmee lot north of his -
Just them the Cash Store. ,
Fort Mvers Monday night, where be see .at
I the .
home of Wm. Yates In
TieRularfineetttig South K''.- '
; of County Com new hotel building.New had been to a' load.of suppliesto I' F. H. LAWSON.Capt. -
carry simmee J
mlssloners next Monday, F on Tuesday and was buried ;
barber shop at )!..trlck'. old Basinger-with steamer Lillie atRosehill .
cemetery on Wednesday.i I. S.H.13ULLOCK.IMuAO.'
Johnson returned to Fort Ui
which has been doing business from
The School Board will meet in stand. Service by a tonsonial artistconversant . "
t regular session next Tuesday.' with all the latest ,fads in.' that end of the line during the low Myers yesterday accompanied by his i Muse, oolor ed,' no a of1' the old I 'r I ,
barbering tf water. of the past few months. He reports little grandson Roscoe' Damn, who land marks of Kissimmee. died l last. ,'
: the water rising slowly will accompany him on his next trip { '.- > ,:
Contractor Frank Bass is confined very Tuesday and was buried In the colored 1
1t to,his borne! this week by I1In.... Captain Trench of Narcoossee: i' and thinks It will be/, some time yet from that place to Baslnger. cemetery' .OD Wednesday; "He hadbeeD..n .Title* examined and reported Ort
left this week for Coronado Beach to before he can begin to run his boats invalid for the ". Taxes paid for non-residentsj. p
; Tbe City; ..Council'will hold their spend awhile with the family of Mr. from this place to Basinrer unless the iou will had Ory Goons, Shoe., _. past. 'year ,Instruments relating to real estate',
regular session next Tuesday night.. W.: J. S. Carr wbo are summeringat rains come with more frequency thanat 'Notions, Hardware' Graniteware 'Through'the "' carefully drawlCorrespondelice "
I their cottage on the' beach at. that Tinware ' In fact almost agency of Mr. W. M,.
y Miii Mattle Roves. of Winter place. present.Tbe everything at the Cash Store, and geta Sumerel Messrs. W. Hugh Workman \ Solicited l
Garden Is visiting. the family .of her J"> Ladles Home J6urnal, Patternsdo present with each purchase. and John D.;. Davis ''some days .. .;. ;
uncle. John JU Reeves. Florsbelm's $5 Patent Oxfords are F. H. LAWSON.As bought three
not waste'" material, ac Dann's. ago acres more or less,
the correct thing. to style comfort, belonging to C. E. Fraakllo.' iaalss-irt. it.
Mr. A. J: ,. Wright, a prominent etc. Found at H.. C., Stanford Co. The editor of the Valley Gazette I expect; to be away fronv KIs- Broad street, '...n4. adjoining the . .; "
citizen of was transacting. only and little son Bradley returned last siramee about two weeks after the premises of the latst-S.'P.- Vance and : "
business here week. Friday night frQm a brief visit to I Wanted. t
first of August, mostrespectfullyrequest others In Clinton for this ,
Dr. Win arrived home Friday : property 1
hi. old home in
Mr.)4.. J. flicks and her littlegranddaughter South Carolina of my; customers' wbo have the purchasers WBOO Sandhill 1'I
night from an absence of three.weeks. : pay -41,600 per Live Graces, Otters, Wood
While aw ay"we bad the pleasure of ,
Lucy Pearce spent any clothing they; wish 'cleaned to acre''' and to felloe it .
; spent at Jamestown-Washington and "propo up In Ducks and Big, Fox Squirrels. High!
meeting many of our old friends, favor me with their work sod I '
Monday In Orlando.wtth relatives.Dr. building lots and sell at-"reta1"- '
; j I prices Paid. Dr, Cecil French .
other points north for the benefit of whom we bad not seen In years, and satisfaction. Ntu- J,
perfect -
his health. He returned much Im << \ Clinton.{S.. ,C.) Gazette. slit Washington D.C. ,
:do'ldstein. the oculist, who has living over again with them, in reminiscence SPRAGUE FLEMING. ___ jIJG2-1DooI. .
ff been spending a. few, days professionally proved. our boyhood days. We Tne old reliable cleaner,,;' , f r. ,'
; at The. ,Inn, leaves tonight for. FOR SALE-A good Jersey milk ,found that section of the country ins 1. \ioI <
Bartow.' '. cow. .,1. E. BARBE.AU. prosper-out condition and ..11 happy An toe cream festival was beld in .BARGAINS IN. .i :

+ V A beautiful line ,of White ShirtWaists over the prospects of a fine cotton the Pfann building; last night In the . .. ,
Mrs 7. W. Oliver and children returned ,>
and corn crop. Interest of the new brass band. *I
at .H. C. Stanford Co. home Sunday night from Alabama '
Music was furnished by Mrs. Van .
: G.Ii. Woodull" came'up' this week: where they hive been spending FOB RENT-Two eottages In O'Neal Duxor on the piano, accompanied by I I .

from Miami suffering: with fe.er1.aDd the pastfew weeks very pleasantly sit and Osborne one three-room.addition. -Apply one live tow room Miss Ruby.Bills on the I cornet. The S iim iier Go0ds:7: :! .i!
I. now quite ill at hs home, la NorthKlsslmmee. with relatives and friends. festival received liberal patronageand
L.- VAN Down & Co .
.. Having purchased the Kiss'lmmee a neat sum was raised for the I' ,
r Fresh stock garden."ariA flower seed Bottling .Works: I ao prepared to Capt. W. H. Caldwell Chief of benefit of the band. '. 1".1,- ., '. .
at promptly boWed soft drinks. II. S. !engineers., of Tampa, came up ''f' :"
the Klsslmmee'Drue Co supply .. Rosa-Uowell solo '
Phone. 126 and orders will receive last week: and Inspected the bulkhead- ; plead guilty to .
Walter Bass Sr: Chairman of the, prompt attention..your ing work, which Capt._BiU--Kntfht keeping a house of ill fame In county ''If .P' ': .
'g oard of County Commissioners, i 11-tf. J..A. and hlsc.reref-tbo""dredgeboat ..Klsslmmee court last week and was .given week: .
, 'spent Saturday ,transacting businessin i Lancaster._ recently completed at: the Judge'Johnston in which to leaye Dry Goods CDlothing Slioes. y
Orlando.'. _Mr.. .KB..--SklpperT \be 'B rtow mouth of South port canal. Capt. town with the alternative of// serving ,
af cattle magnate was in town Wednesday Caldwell also drove witb-Capt. CIa six: months In Jail] made good.last Vi .
alsts B
-; L dle.--mi1nw a big reduction closing up a deal for 1600 Johnson down to Lake: '',Klssimmee to Tuesday.' Accompanied by two other arid .
i at Dann's. ";.y+ bead of beef cattle which he pur- look over the Klssimmee River la women said to. be the Inmates of her Notions.Hc .. : "

Miss Edith Uendrlcks has returnedto chased from Clerk of the Court.EX L. that section and decide on i plans for house,. she 'boarded' the afternoon r'L.'.t

her borne at Green Cote primes, Lesley; some time .ago. continuing the work of Improvementas southbound train, for pastures new. 4.
after a pleasant visit here with her Six room cottage for sale soon as the water rises sufficientlyto '- .

sister Mrs.'R.,G.,Canova. Applyto.Mrs A. K. Beardec.vent ,or 22tf.= admit of the passage of the dredge/: ,A ,New Band. : ; "
Southport t '
"room .
For Rent.-Six house In good Tit Collector C, L. Bandy returned '. S*
b ' this office.Mr. .- home Saturda Patronize home industry by fretting Under the Rev., J. K< ,
bam. bottled soda from the borne factor Nutting, pastor ot the Presbyterian
your ,
D. N. Floyd and two children
I Church some of the 'young; people
returned from a ten. days': visit to ing the past month for the benefit of ,.be Call up 120 Ailed and, your orderswill have organized to' furnish 11
relatives and friends at his old borne hi. health. His many friends will be properly for
music special church occasionsand .
,lltf. J.A. LANOARTKR.Iff. : ,
pleased to learn that he Is feeling "
( In South C..oUD.lut. Friday.Floe other' Indoor ..functions. The '
much better. aa a result of bis trip and Thurman bas dec'Ic1ec1 that :Kla- FRESH :
members have ;
alreadp received their : )
line of watches' at the Jt: ..lm- bas again ;; SEED1JNEWsTOCBfJUsT !: '
Co .' upon the dischargeof slmmee Is more In need: of additionalHotel instruments and begun practicing witha ;i iI
' rDreg : his duties with renewed ''vigor and facilities than she is of banking: determination that bodes weir. for : .
DOD;. C.:' A. 'Carson ;went '''up to energy., ' facilities_ and bas accordingly 'arranged the success of ''oe.' .", -enterprise, I R i .a tt

Laaecity Tuesday on business oonnecterTwith t See Embroideries and Insertions a ; to make: some changes and ad. which, it Is sate to predict will be an We' 4
the establishment of the H. C. Stanford Co. ,, lit loos t.o' handsome bank'!: building 'Important factor 4n, Klssinunee's future -. Know Seed by;means of bur,:Montrose Farm,, w k,::

new. Baptist College at that place. f and convert It into .\modern hotel ,ocl&l4e.elopmeDt.- Trial Grounds also by our:'FIVE:YEABJS'EXPEK- : .I
sold ;
Mr W. H.
his stock of for, the ..accommodation of ,our i The following is the personnel of '"' ;w4
All colors velvet Ribbon IENCE (
narrow AS TB
'' merchandise': last Friday to Mr. winter visitors; Another story will the bend and the Instrument played ; ; VOmLAND"H.AJUmT"QAlUJENEJC8: x ,
: H.C.:Stanford Co. J>Coop Jones, who will continue the be added to the build and when 'IN FLORIDA :'
log;, by each, j : >> andwo; can Justvhat tlad'et <
,,supply ,
,/.Mr; and Mrs. John .M. 'Bryan.. Jr., business at'' the same stand. "11x. completed I U will contain about thirty. .Rev; J.-iC; Nutting instructor; Miss ; 1 { .
, t ;'and children came up Iron Danla Jones his been, 1.0,-charge of,,the bed rooms. .The change will meet Ruby Ellis., orneq Miss Eleanor Van Seed_ yon'need. <*' ,., M '

.and spent ,few days bere witbrelatives business 'for. sons time ,and. Is with the hearty approval of our citizens Duxor,,'cornet; .MI'Af.C., ,L.-, Oandoorneq'.Alberst'arker , Write.for our'prfeelfet; e f.See44 and Plaate.; 'J'f 4"4 ""' '?.
thoroughly familiar with .
'wants '
t ,..retvumhm boms on. se of .. the town bas beenr sadly in ;, cornet; ',Will .. ...' ,. .

; .New- $, lO,.oente) .,. IlL hi.our stock people.and He proposes a full to line Increase of need of a good hotel since the destruction Barber clarionet; .Albert" Bearden, ..KEN'NEDy'S ;SEED- TOQ "fY'' ,'
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Moyer, President of Western Fedora. Should a list of the ingredients of Parana !11

Governor Glenn Assert tlon, Is Given1.FreedomEchoes. Jury Returns 1 Verdict of "Not be submitted to awr medical expert '-

' ,otwhatevenchoof ,
of Hiywood Verdict I
''x' .Railroads. Unison -- .Gullt in Noted Case. he would be,obliged admitjvithoBt-;ti.t

re.ervethateachoneorth.ln.D.lof aa* a
Judge Wood In the district courtat doubted value in chrpnlo oatorrhal die-.

": Bolse, Monday afternoon, ordered RESULT .WAS A SURPRISE eases, and had stood tnrtcsl'uf! : toaar "
BACI Charles'. Moyer. president of the years' experience In the treatffleat of "

such disease. TTTKRB CAJT BB ,JSO
; Federation of Miners, admitted to ba'n'In Were ,-- -- ,-<< :;:: .. ;" -:, -
Eight Jurors Haywood from r DISPUTE ABOUT TIIIS W A.7XY -. i,
parting 8hbt is Taker) at North .
Iby .the sum,of $25,000. the Firsthand Other Four Were FInally What the Hog Needs. ",* trouble and expense., I bad heard B. Perona la composed of the most .

Carolina 1- State Authorities The trial of George A.Pettibone, Won Over -Orchard'* Do not keep bogs in a little ,con. that raising a' crop of turnips would efficacious and universally used herbal I;,r

c Reads Affected In Now. one of the alfeged conspirators/ ; was fined place where/) they will, get no kill it out; I hardly believed It, but remedies for catarrh. Every iagrodiont ;'

Noted Rate Case. , Bet for Tuesday, October 1. No 'appli- Story Unavailing. exercise.: The bok does want soil thought I would try a. small part of Parana has 'a reputation) of ita own !

cation-for bond was-made la behalf but, not filth, and they need a ofIt. ia the cure of some phase of catarrh.
where the
So In one corner grass
the conference .of counsel .of beaulful bedroom,. a place to exercise and Feruna brings to the home the COM-
A parting shot at the North Carolina of Pettibone !! In the bright sunlight a It have was the thickest I sowed In drills of
t plenty of sunlight. they sunlight
having been fruitless in this reaped : Sabbath morning, William O.Haywood i Sweet German turnips. The result 'BIWED KNOWLEDGE OP SEVEOAII '
exercise and good treatmentthere
state authorities In the railroad controversy to leave. tor' the SCHOOLS OPMEDICtNEinthstreat !'
Hay wood" expects was that the next year, although
believe that
1 is- every reason to
was fired through petitions Denver at once. Moyer will leave .when Western, secretary and treasurer of they will make a profit for their other parts or the field mere full of ment of,c tt /hal diaeaaea; bring to- I}.

which 'the Southern railway and the ball proceedings are arranged.' the Federation of Miners owner. Weekly Witness. it, ; President talked from the" court room .at Boise! took more of the field for turnips
A New. York dispatch saya': -" \ edgeofthehtodornpharmaclstplgetbntnotloaatbrings ;
Line flied before Judge \
Atlantic Coast
Roosevelt not William D. lie y. (Idaho a free man, acquitted .of the A.PouUry .Pointer. the next year and kept adding until to the home' .
Prltchard .at Ashevllle Monday, 'ask murder of former Governor Sleunen- I cleared the field of It. Now. was
wood, It now the "undesirable citizen The principal breeds''to be considered not that a better way than your correspondent and varied experience)of Dr. Hartman ".

ing 'that hi.' Interlocutory Injunction /.'.-said Alexander Jones; socialist berg. as strictly market and broiler .suggested of digging It Intheueeofcatarrhremedieaiand'lnthejtreatment '
accordance the Probability of acquittal was freely birds are tile Brahms, Cochin and of catarrhal db.....
be modified In' with leader' and editor o( the! Volks Zel- '' out by the roots at great cOin 'I
t predicted after Judge Fremont :Wood Langshana. asithoy ,attain the greatest The tact la chronlo catarrh la #
; disc
with ,
"peace" agreement reached, 'Saturday tun*. when asked how,he l regardedthelresult have had the same results cabba a
read his charge Saturday, which was size either as broilers or as matured which la
\ of the trial In Idaho. His I e. ease very prevalent Many
Glenn and the rail
r' between
at KaU-Ign reply the most pronoune. regarded' as favorable to the defense fowls, but there is no half way It the land Is a sandy soil ''put In thousand .people know they have i'
perhaps '
was ground. If not slaughtered at broiler
t roads opinions- 'local special In Its Interpretation of the laws of turnip,. if clayey put in cabbage. The chronic catarrh. They have visited .
by ..
ed of many age. nine or ten week / they will not
i Both roads filed: petitions very aim. I isms'and organized labor leaders. Moses conspiracy circumstantial evidence be again fit for the b ck.untll nearly'mgtured beauty of this plan to is that we. have doctors over and over again, and been \'
noextra work kill it out. Simply
r which conference of and the corroboration pf a confessed broiler to told that their case la one of chronio
; liar In tenor .explained' a Oppenhelmer, the organizer the as frem age hoe the turnip and cabbage prop- t
conference. In apeak- accomplice.; near maturity .they grow a large catarrh It may be of the nose, throat
held In Ashevllle Monday ntorn- Moyer-Haywood erly and you get rid of the grass.
Ing .at 'the meeting pf the Central La It was also freely predicted that; In frame without putting on muchof My theory Is that hoeing these lunge, stomach: or some other Internal ;
tug between attorneys representing the the 'of'' lIa'wood' acquittal the any meat'or fat. In fact, while There la no doubt. to the ''
bor in ,which socialist and, non. event crops the lilt time- in August if it organ. nature
,two road's. The: petition of ,the Southern ' socialist Union unions are ,,'epte ented. said: slate would abandon the prosecutionof growing it Is almost Impossible to Is properly done cuts oR the grass of the disease. The only trouble k

P, railway recites the entire history "I have been & great, many years In his associates; Charles H. Moyer fatten them.-Weekly Witness! at a time when It kills It. At any la the remedy. This doctor hu tried to ,

''railroad and'Includ president i of the federation and Geo. rate. I know that jf farmers will do cure them. That doctor baa tried to''
of the cases s a the labor Movement and In all my 'A Ration For Sitters.
Statements as I have donethey'will get rid prescribe for them..
of Denver.
e A. Pettlbone
n protest against what the roads regard, memory this Is the first 4ime the workIng Feed the sitting hens once.a day, of It at no extra cost. BUT THEY ALL FAILED' TO

f ,- .. their 'ill treatment, this protest and class has exerted Itself !n, the".game from counsel and from Governor compelling them to leave their nestsso The acre that I speak of Is now BBINO, ANY BELIEF t,

way It has done for these men," mean. Gooding, Issued Sunday dispel this aa to dust their bodies and make the easiest to work of any on the J
recital of facts being designed for Dr. Hartman's Idea la that catarrh!
r view of the situation. Governor Good- for another a
preparation day's stay. we'havo
Ing Moyer. Haywood and PeltlbonE (\. farm Of course some of
1 of the court of -the It is not that sitting bens remedy can be made on large scale,
perusal have
supreme orts will be made to persuade lag Mid: necessary It left on the headlands, and we

United 'States as well as for the pub Haywood to visit New York to attend "The verdict is a great surprise to .be given as much as they ran con I to watch or the plow will take some u he la making that It cart be mado :?,

me and I believe to all citizens of sume, as their 'inactivity does_ not i of It into the field. I think if farmers honestly of the purest drugs aud'cC ,
lic. a socialist i parade and mass meeting iu conduce to a great demand for food! ; will try'my plan they ,,'llIlhank the strictest uniformity. Hit Idea,la' ,'
Idaho who have heard read the
The railroads .declare, in effect, that his honor to be held in Madison Square but a ration consisting of one part me for this advice.:--II. A. Turner, In thatthisremedycanbesapplloddirectly -,, '
It is said that 50,000 persons evidence In the case. I have done my'duty. ground meat, one part cornmeal and "
they were, clubbed Into becoming a the American Cultivator. to the people and no more be charged
will be In the parade. The New York I have no regret'as to any ac- three parts cracked corn should sup- for it than ia necessary' for'' the p

,party to the agreement effected at socialists claim to have, been the first jtlon I have taken, 'and my'-cpnuclence ply their wants, until the chicks are Helps In Farm Work. handling of it.

.Raleigh;' that the public mind has been to come to the financial assistance ofllaywood. Is clear. As long as God gives me hatched, when the hens should' then I have handled horses all my* life So other household remedy so'universally ..

inflamed by the newspapers and the Moyer and Pettibone. They strength I shall continue my efforts be given a variety.-Farmers Home and never yet had to give one a beat- advertbcd carries upon tho !

utterances of poll;iclans, and the agreement contributed 125,000 of the fund ot for: government by law and for organ. Journal. Ing to make him act aa I wanted him label the principal) active constituents, '
was only assented to under duress Ized society. II' t\ to. If I found I had that kind of a
|100. OO raised for the defense, \\ rte ah3nint:; that Parana: Invite the foil ,
Bran nefirlal Foirls. horse- on hands I sold
,because of threats .of an ,extra William Jennings Bryan is quotedon "The state will continue a vigorousproseculon my always Incpoction tho critics. ..
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for the and Pettiboneand ,'A mess of bran Is. always beneficial -- ---- - -- --- 1i
session of the legislature purpose the verdict at Boise, Idaho, a.. follows of Moyer him.If '
you know a boy in --your neighborhood . (
to fowls. Bran contains more Stuttering Money. .1//.
ii of adopting legislation hostile to Adams and of Slmpklns when
: phosphates and "mineral matter who Is having a particularly "Conan Dfyle'remarked the purr f.....
the railroad. "1 am glad to .learn of the verdict apprehended. There wll, be neither than ground grain, and also assists lonely and hard life, says n writer In v.j-or of literary toMlp, "gets a dol. t''

The Southern Railway company. and that It was not guilty. I watched hesitation nor retreat"Application in regulating the bowels. This Is the Richmond Times-Dispatch, have Jar a word from his iiubllshers tot

says the petition was confronted with the trial and did not see how any one will be made to Judge true especially when a quantity of your own boys bring him over occa ; evrrthtng 1>o writes.

a',, question .as to whether IU proper could be" found'guilty on Orchard's teg Wood' to admit Moyer and Pettiboneto linseed meal is given with it. but in sionally. Good company, a good dinner ; "Gpc!" exclaimed the maiden" with t

aenaerot duty to the peace and good tlmony. Every crime he charged was 'ba!II. the warm season a mess three times and a friendly look puts a heap the dreamy eves. .waking from her

order of the state, a'proper consideration he himself suggested, and It was Not the least interesting of the com. a week is sufficient. It may be fed o',heart In a boy.We brown tiud"If I were Jn his' place !

';of obligations., to perform Its one shown he was In communication with meats made on the outcome was that by scalding it and, feeding It in a circulars are about all receiving/:wonderful letters wheat.corn and, I'd have a hero' that; 'tultt"red.-
trough or by sprinkling It dry on a Life '
duties aj a common carrier* in state the mine owners and attempting to Induce of Harry Orchard the'confelised clean board or over cooked potatoesand and other seeds at monstrous -r' r ,

and Interetate business, andtbe subjecting the defendant to engage In crime. murderer of Bteunenberg, and the wlU''' turnips. No other grain should prices. If yon haven't saved your HICKS"GAPU01NE r r'i

ot'lts employee to arrest' -ad "The manner In which the prisoners ness on whom the state chiefiy! rs ))led be given it bran Is allowed during; own seed buy them from the dealer 5..

imprisonment would justify"It In longer were taken from Colorado was hardlyin to 'prove its charge of a conspiracy the summer season especially It the you know to be honest.A .

.claiming Its constitutional right to keeping with a fair trial. among certain members of the West fowls have a large range. In fact dozen grape vines of the rightkind'will
'the Interlocutory order no' grain is necessary at all during a !In three years provide the
the protectory of Without comment President Roosevelt ern Federation of Miners. When told ALL
warm season, but should such food family with all the grapes they can ACHE9
permitting 4t7to continue until the hearing -
that llay
the following tele- at the state ptnlten
made public be eat. You can 'plant them In two
given let it be dry bran.-Far- Aaa ft.rvs..a.'
_ ot Its exlsttnge r'itpf' passenger gram received by him Monday, referring wood bad been acquitted Orchard mers' Home Journal. .Mtf+MI' hours, and they. require very little TrWi.J.lae.Aadrag.wr''WOOD 4
charge.. ,or .whether was. hot, best -to the verdict in the Haywood said: : ?? attention. ' _

to cease the.unequal conflict' with the 'murder trial at Boise, Idaho: "Well, I have done my duly. I bare Foreign Wool For America! You may think .yoo-are'' a pretty IRON, AND STEEL.

u'oIt 'powers'of' the elate.Th "New :York. July 25, 190T-President told the truth. I could do_ no more. I Word comes from Australia that food farmer, but do not bo too lib P

Scuthera': : ;, railway.,:does not lose Roosevelt: Undesirable FIUzen8. am 'ready to take any punishment at the closing wool trade tot the season eral with your advice. Most peopledon't
continues the petition, of the for my In that'' country active like it. because it is cheap.
t eighty\ victorious: Rejoice. 't that may be meted me ; buyingwas My father
momentous natari at ,the-claim assert "Emma Goldman Alexander BErk. crime and the sooner it comes the'' SOtlcert! for all grades of wool which I have gave'mo ne-/er forgotten.a rebuke once He
state. the claim of the for this country. The Australian y{
ed I
by. (
man, Hippolyto Havel.FOR better.- noticed me standing; talking to a ALL KT5D3 Qr BKLTdlO AnD SILL OPPUHSUaw

state fan be sustained, It ia 'pointed . , ..' , .' 1 vf,tIt ,-,,was after being out for- twenty-, been production the largest during on the record season and baa all lady with my haj on r.nd hands In ::! < foundry,Q :hiM tni' Bode Wrt* I Suppj; Sir:..

out:, means''that; through :the agency i 1 /'' JEW I'AND' -,GENTILE. " one. hours,that,the Jury whlchat, lint round prices have ruled my pockets. He said nothing at the AUGUSTA, GAS, .
.. says
of Ita. rlmlnal law st: a. man ia : fake [A.;.\ ;i,:'h..,, ":1'j\' !, -'; >! 'r.., ... ''v,.,li 1 \" had;Jbeenf:divided?fa to4for"acq"ultUtI'? | ; the London Live Stock Journal. {During I time but at the dinner table casuallytold

_ f;' the use of property'which ia property) Judge Decides That for.Legal', Purposesthe and then' seemed deadlocked 'at 10 to : the past ten years the sales in mother that he had seen a"boydoing SAWJILLS .

without (compensation,, for'.the'timepending I Sabbath Is Sunday. 2. finally came tp>>< an agreement. Australia, apart from the -wool sported :- she was Just these much thlnga.fotber'said and Light

; the enactment,ota statute by Judge Hand of the municipal court at Events moved' rapidly enough after 'for sale In' England and the that was enougb.very surprised

_ Its t genera assembly.and the-final de- St. Paul Mlan., has':decided that for this, and when at ,last the principal continent 000 to 1,288,000 have increased bales. from.''from 775.. It you can possibly. afford I,keep LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES,

tprmlnatton; of Its constitutionality. 'If legal purposes the'* Sabbath day is actors in the trial had been gatheredInto the Apart one horse for your wife's use and SAWS AND SUPPLICS. 3TCAM. AND r,
wool sold In New
t this; claim of the state be, upheld the Sunday., 'The decision came In 'con the court room, at a few mo amounted to 153,000 bales Zealand the which Australian let nobody else ride or drive It .- GASOLINE ENorN .. TA.o f
'petition maintains a state could, Ox Try-LOA1f3AQD0::
nection with the arrest of Joseph Blrn- meats before 8 o'clock. Sunday morning sales reached a total of .
the rate at' 1 cent and It the corporation Sulphate of Iron For Moss. -- ,
.d berg, a grocer, accused of selling groceries the envelope banded by the- foreman 1.441,615 bales an Increase of 1C7-
I .'was compelled observe this low on the Sabbath. Blrnberg Is a : to the Judge was torn open and 000 bales as compared with last Many persona are perplexed by theappearance .
of In their lawn's.Usually 1
'notwithstanding' the' fourteenth moss
rate, Hebrew and made the point that he the verdict read. year I this :' Help the HorseNo tt
when the lawn -
amendment forbids ,It, the state ,has This is one Indication of, the demand I appears
observed'Saturday as the Sabbath and. .It came, as .eleclrle-'thrlll to the gets very little sun. Moss also forma Bi-ttcl I* nor _rut ,
the >yower'to> take :during the period ; for the new clip In this country : tli .UbI. tliu llca
Iwut *
/ therefore not- violated ..the'fair to his counsel to the attorneys when the soil is
1 badly
that he had prisoner; when ready for the market. sour\ and Axle" Crr ... lilt a little o* s
mentioned, the property otacompany.- { for the state and the small groupof drained, and then when this has bebatdone the before you "book
"-It wlU the horse,and
:'wlthputl ; tip help
compensation; newspaper reporters and court officers Top Grafting. apply heavy dressings of soot briag the load torte quickernlni'.le r
W 1th' reference to'the "coercion and or lime-both quite fresh. Do this
summoned front
Rl/NYAN'S been
BETRAYER INDICTED. who had Scions for
top grafting should be
intimidation" .employed, to drive .the In showery weather so that they will'aqon -MU1Aua.GREASE .
sought from offices -
beds, but lately or cut at once if not already done and -
r" railroads by ,courts, ,as to the extcnt' be washed in. ..'J'hatlmcrA100.L.ahouJdidlrU
Woman Who Exposed Thieving' Bank where! sleepless waiting had kept from drying. Select the large moss, which1: '
; .-petition calls.attention
Teller Is Also in Trouble. marked the night. sticks of last year's gTowtbjli, rlag should be raked oft with an Iron

r to the, ,activity'of' ,Governor, Olena, Julia M. Carter, the woman who be. Tears welled to.the eyes of the roan prominent bad" __- t1he--beBtpart to rake. Spread some fine soil over all, .r ran tv,'-better thus "F t
the .y \ use-Js-tbe ire of other Coati th usIs
against road. the scion; the tips fireaie. v
: trayed Cheater Runyan, the paying who during the 80 days of_1J.j.r.1a V be and then sow some fine grass seed wiL.a bans,smooth >nrfacf of ,
In fact, 'the- petition"says, the government writ- nay too pithy and the bottom end protecting from birds, if need be. O'f'deret1mlca which rrducea y
teller of, the Windsor Trust companyat had sat wlth-stoHd-lnaifference deficient in good buds: Cherries IiiAimi. A.k nee d..ler forMica 1>,-
directed tho coercive You might also the
meas.jlres. try L
following .
the Ailo: : Grease.A
? )New York who stole 96,000 JiaaecnJndlVl4to teir"6n hls every feature. At last must be grafted early-long before
remedy which has been '
: .. found Very IIItIAIII OIL
lTe tvlfiTiitoTe goods. Icy armor that he had thrown about the sap flows In March; plums soon efficacious in the destruction of UTe
'1"heIQuest; "to make, ; changes g"ranted'lndlcak- Runyan says he gave her $15,000 of himself with the first of Jury selection after The best time to graft applesand Get some sulphate of iron and mix: it

'red lnypetltlerwa.' by. the $80,000 in cash, and she took $10- had been pierced. \ pears is.Juat as the sap starts In the proportion of one pound of I Ir
'judge Pritchard Haywood'a. were fairly lift but this maT be done' before and Is sulphate to two of
000 when l he was not l looking.. attorneys gallons water. u
ed from their' seats, end Judge Wool successful until the leaf buds begin; The.. solution should be made in a s1
MOB WAS NOT, SATIATED.Maryland to open. If tbe sun'is not hot enoughto wooden
sack the
RATES NOT UNREASONABLE., made no effort to restrain them as putting plain water
-. .. his cause the wax to run and" open the Into the cask first ,and then adding
_ ---- they surrounded him to shake cuts to'th41 air. Thrifty branches
L'ynchera Up of the solution. Then get n rosed watering -
Dug Body
Interstate Commerce Commission bands and shout aloud their congratulations from one, to two Inches In diameterare 1 pot and apply the mixture:: to

v Negro>anc .Burned .It. Hands Down a Decision. the moat satisfactory to top graft. to the lawn over a space of fifteen

'Inflamed with passion- which 1 seemed In an opinion handed down at Washington Senator' Borah, who made the ..closing. Two scions should be set into each square yafds. It should be applied

to .Increase after |the lynching at Crls-- Monday by Commissioner Clements , .,plea for' conviction, was Dot' pret- ,.stub pinched and in tight where the the stock'scion must ia 'not be as soon as made' as it loses strengthby pa.Foods

the 'interstate commerce conumission ; keeping. It should also be made
i field Maryland( , !Sunday, of James Reed, that ntOf prisoner's counsel those In lashed with cotton string or rafla.' with soft or rain water, avoiding, if
decided (;, the present rate the 'In'grafting a tree pf bearing size not.
the murderer' Policeman you can water in which there Is lime.
p : negrq of ::41 cents per' 1 hundred pounds on the court room were: Clarence Barrow over one-half of the top should be cutaway The sulphate is known to be

JDaugberty,: the' inob which put:the n*:. cotton goods' by; 'the .sen' and by rail of Chicago, Eo.l. !'. Richardson,, of the first year, but all the top of when thai moss turns black:,'acting after

1 ; at and .burled oft t. body-In from Augusta; Ca.,.'to New York 1*' Denver and John F. Nugent of Boise a young tree may be removed All which It withers 'awa, and .crumbles' i

I 1! t the swamp the edge 'town.,' .... not unreasonable.. .. S'o member,of* the prisoners' family, cut surfaces. Including the upper end Into powder. Jf it has been too weak, //1 ;

'turned to the spot early Monday morning ,Tbe. casa, was brought against the nor any of his v friends among the socialist of the scion and the cracks. 'in the. the moss will only turn red. and an- ,

A dug, up? the, body and' amid :yells Southern Railway company and. others", writers and the 'labor Jury" stock must. be covered with wax teprevent other application Is necessary.' As ,Products '
exposture: to. air and drying.A
< moss generally Indicate.
and burned ,after/riddling co room' when the 'Tel'Ilctw" poornessof
.curses' ; ; was in the" court good wax: is made of of
one pound
'"- soil, it will be
e .the corpse' wIth' bullets: 1 ,: DAY MUST....... :SERVE. ,HIS.SENTENCE' ,read J, .. rendered tallow; two pounds of beeswax moss la destroyed requisite apply aft, a_-the top Libby's .Loaf f 'I,

P e, '-, . ; and four pounds of resin melted dressing of loamy soil manure ,and ;
.. ',MILLIONAIRE, SAVED, 'TOTS. ' Florida Supreme Court {Affirm* Lower HOLOCAUST STEAMER. :together and while hot' poured, Into .vrood-ashes.. -Indianapolis New; WiUrBeef end 'Pork'b:
j i .
'Tribunal >ln ..Wrenn'Murder''CasevHenry > x v 'cold water and then pulled: as candy J >
'* Is pulled until smooth and free from Do 7011; like Veal Loaf' Yon vt
f Coet smashup of, Hie Auto and Nine Wom. and 'A Incfcy Widower.
-- At, ," ,o . ) W. .Day convicted and.'sen VesselBurns and n will be with
'f' grata. The bands should be greased delighted ,
Pa There ,
6- .-' ''."JT1 I.f 'Ooeupantay"wiAter I tenoedtolife, ,Imprisonment at Tampa, Children Lose .Lit./' ',with''' tallow to !prevent sticking;.-.-' entirely are some. men whose lack Libby kind, made from choice
.... ; :'Od'Wilson: aNew: ''Yorkmillionaire. 1 Fla.,, for killing Albert ;Fli.JWrend laii -Tl Country Gentleman.o- never .deserts them.. ..The freah-.meats,In Libby's spotless ,, i
e .tesmboat 4b'roatenac'wasbnrn J. FIt\11aD of Morocco was 'severely de kitchens. It is wholesome
r la,.a,effort,Jo-preyent hiejiut'otooblleMrom.pinning I November; 'must:; :aerie his 'ed and ?)beached'.opposite: Farley's .I/feated: by the rebels ;whp captured and delicious In Jlavof.;;: .
Th. ,,state supreme" courafirnied.'thedecision ,Turnips Killed W1UUOne'.oJJ : ra! jot 'of .hie wives. '
-it. down.two Uti N. Saturday : -Washington R4y for !Sorvta At o.e.-llwyty 1
Cayuga, y.,
Pomt-at like/ ..
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ditched his car and Wear! t tb.*>' lower court(. and refused the worst, pests.i if you\dirt Tinea.i .' .be4. wltb .MUC ll I I. *. spp"tlaW
fit b9di o. nine HvYa',were lost,,."The victim* j otr** lor Uocheoa or fauns
causedtb& :'de'attiijpf: :his, ,wteLhIa; to grant a new tr'laI.. Wr*nq wasspecial an4 ,pnd.ebtldrenpsan : know bow to get rid of It, but one j: 'Ass,- yUsbr".:.ea ....
jy1\ : agentot: thi'SUntherf,',ifxpess! .lost'were'all women; of the) easiest to f get'rid' of if Too !f;i : 'a.eensns'of the world ,the'per Sp.s 554McNeil ,.. -

":r';,: vaa; tree chauffeur:,sad jUireerpaiermen'slde : cpmpan7.1a..ampa.' Day is a, mall contractor tengers, and allwere'drbwned: Several ,know how.I. v'had '''a '.piece*,of .on*'j I Iceotag.of: blind :p.rlOns,1i .fetrfocr LIbby, l.& LIbby. '

.E'! .,,UwL ,; fy '- ,; other passengers werei'.ersreiJ burned. acre ;that caused me a'of j: to every. 1.000,900. _. _. . Cblcege, ,* ,'- ,
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# lfE" P:1T. giving np, but growing' np't:") ."- QU..4.m'li1u. '
Ill rJ:1J 1 ,
: off but looming up. Its true '"We want a 'man tot our Inquiry rTHB. BES T'pILL9W
not. is nqt'ascetic, but'athletic and : '-
: offlce. wet the manager,."but he must

<:1. QUENT) SUNDAYSERMONBYREV. that when-Christ men might announced have life that more He abun came be able to _.wer.aU 'sorts" of questions - .SHAM :HOLDERSIt ) 1-

p- .. E .. F, OYD EDWARD dantly. U. did not meaalonger'life and not" get; irritated.PStui'Daneeic.rvoasDsessespei'. I ,
ax3ttf- but Jlte overflowing, rich In content ,

and extent, with tar horizons and ; _
Q- .. -**..the most particular hooskMpsrs *-
Subjects ., wide outlook. Just this Browning manentlycnred. by Dr. Kline's Qreat Nerve L #. }
l'el'tlbnaUtr.c 'pne lily writes; ..aI _
\ when 14Y
emphasizes he -
says: -.nor. *3 triAl bottle and treatIse' 1__ M' '

UJet. II God gives each man one life, like. a lAmp, Dr.H. B. Eline, Ld..U81 Arcb St..PhlU.. Fe.Vb. I ThYfThV cV' me two"mOI1l sets'of your''Best.
t.! Then fives that lamp due measure of oil Know" Sham HeUera nrvsfraUis4
j both Iud anda.rms.ny I VI,
:birth rat* Qt &
PUJIamstown :Mass1. The Lamp lighted hold high wave wide. __
4" Rev. P. Is ..decreasing. Thai of 0..- -'S they could be .so u.sfaL". ___
of rd .Edward: *. assistant pastor ofBovth All very fine\ you say for the man

' Congregational Church, who happens to have been endowed many li at present, thirty-four a thous 5Lt. '"1'lal"kl., 7; your..beds"neat and*
.' .
TOT Who graduated from the with personalityBut! how about the and.. while'England's' la twenty-eight _ -_ :'pretty i and save, you time aa4 _
seven hundred men who do. not'strike thousaad. ,
years agowas the an 1 .
okffi' 'trouble CaD be used ,on 'wood ___
wtal; Sunday*' His -sublt observer as beingsomebody, who I : S < __

."PeraonaUt-lu'- haven't the gift of personal magnetism -. Poor Paint i_: ExpensiveIf .' .' ,or Iron bdsta4sPRICK ,'
)> '
Argo Red Salmon Is Ideal food. ,
Jee T an
and Secret. The text,was from Well my answer Is that personality
nt [Theesalonlans. 523i; -And they Is not all endowment: It may Thompa n'., Dietetics, one of- the Is rich enough to repaint his .4-; POSTPAID t8C A ,-ft

rat God of peace sanctify you be acquired or more accurately :yet standard work. on foods, gives Beam- buildings every year for th* pleasureof . ".14, _ -I SET.- a aCTa ron t.oo.,

: holly; and I pray God your'whole developed. When the spring comes malls tables) as follows: The percent having a chant: of color scheme: ; r '
Irlt and soul and body be pre- and the sun's ray fall more warmly of muscle building material In the quality of the paint tucd'tuay cut Order Tola;?., .ft*.d SIH-er. Stamp. .r'Ma.y Order.All -_ _

rved blameless unto the coming ofr the grass and leaves begin to grow. beet Is 19 per cent., eggs 13 per cent... littl figure. .But: if it Is desirable. Order. Promptly,nil*. .
LL r Lord Jesus There are *eedsIn the ground and. NOVELTY'CO.. ATLANTA. GA.,
:Mr. Ed- salmon SO per cent. As a brain'food, cut the painting bills down to the least'amount TRIO ,
, 1- rds said: life-dormant and waiting to be
beet t cent (whit.) ::1 % possible It is of the
stirred. The might shine per eggs per year .
I Huxley deared. that If sun a mU-
to1 great
some }
} cent. (yolk) 2 cent. salmon utmost importance: that the paint be .
Jwer would guarantee to enable him lion' years hot as midsummer and per p.r ,.
' .. JJways to; speak what Is true and da '; without those seeds lying there'walt- t and 7 per cent. ..tI. of Pure Waite andthe. 2

.tt jrhat'is right'on condition of his beg lug no 'fair garment of verdure ,. brat of Linseed Oil. There.* Imita. T:

. turned Into ,a sort of clock and'1 would ever clothe the bare, brown IN THESE DAYS. Cons! in th. form of alleged Whit j
ound body of earth. And vice versa Just Lead and U eu'Ktltutea in the
up every morning he would I '<) baby. are
a. )ld Nure*-'By low my -
instantly dose with the offer. Would so. we notice now and again a former sell high. form of ready-prepared pnluts.W .
1. Financier's Infant-"A id
ouT I think not one man in.a hun- stenographer and private secretary guarantee our Whit Lead to'b
to presidents becomes. Cabinet officer Give us a lullaby that's'new in themarket.
red would., a
Why not? Because weave absolutely pure, and the Dutch 'Boy:
partly It Is from endowment "-BalUmora American.
Instinctive native .
3. aversion, to doing
the aid. of keg is" safe
,ou ever/ your
l rlolence to the greatest thing In the and partly from the wakening
, guard. Look for
Influence of association with -g------
orld. And what Is that Drum- great
ond ". men. Character Is not taught but $wing-Eyes him.
S said "Love. Let us look at it '
caught-; not fully Inborn. Are put to'a fearful straInsget; Inflamed,
little. nor spring .
odU oo.1.bcK and son. Lvouardl's UoldonXy
Consider Helen Kellar. bbrn to imprisonment ing full, armed like Minerva' frontilove's Lotion oool, heels and strengthens.; BOOK Potash

[lOt In the dungeon of her head. but wakened roused, Cure sot *y**without pain la ODe day. Insist ..
A T.Ik .......
own mere selfhood deaf bUnd. kindled by the contagious touch of on bariag"LeooanU's'Mt makes strong I ......" _en bl. ..,_ _
, t mute. Miss Sullivan by patient and another of a little' longer -development .ye*. GutraniMd or money r..f und....Drug. =='.. i. p.I.t is the Gateway io Big Grain Crops
11 and s-lata sail It at iU ot forwarded 5..4 tree
[Inspired) service released her from maybe of larger growth. or prepaid 5905 r.qs.m.NATIONALLEAD _
[that imprisonmentled') her slowly Yet after all, this Is the fine fundamental on tveaii*of jirio fey H, B. Lourdl. *. Co., .
Taznp&kie. COMPANYfallftf Grain can't without food. It must it from the soil. It Is for t.b.
LS {out into the ) truth of life. Every man Is grow vet !
lgbt. And
t The glory of life. of unique value, has a rare gleam of ... .....;.... .,la. farmer to ace that his soil/ baa enough of the right kind of. plant food necessary to'r _ _
something which '
made Miss Salk ... '
3 "- ... ,,.. dS r l tw% the kind of crops h* crows.> -
llyan eager and able to render this virtue for his own. his point of view, FTJLli O 1WATEL 1fT..k, Dntes. Ball.l. cn. ***.... Th. fertilizer for Wheat. Rye and Barley should contain at least 6XPoiftth. _ _
IJ'' beautiful service wa. .love. But in his individual work and message- '"Why do you call your company the ''i' Ciasta.t.T.1t.BVJ.( hIsge. BOo IxmU Pltl.uurg.-..... .. . Rather than risk MII under supply, mix Potash liberally twllh'the .

point of greatness even that high and which 'no other man can have had. Hydraulic :Mining'Company?" > f: = Less t OU Ua.1Overheated fertilizer before applying. To Increase PotMti one per cnl. add two pounds _
:) beneficent quality is absolutely incomparable His business In life Is to,, live that the stock weTs of Muriate of Potamh beach: too pounds of fcrtillcer.r, _ _
"You'ought to see
with Helen Kellar her out build It up utter It, make It ef- Send for our tree books on growing grub The wont give you *
self. The fective. Issued."-Chicago Journal. S but acts on how the right use of Potash baa turned poor soil into good ..soil
greatest thing In the world 8t..I. and made good soil better soil. .
1- II personality. Love ia but a part of How shall he do itT By getting _ _

'., It. supplementing! and crowning Its out where the sun can strike downto A WOJU' 'S SUFFERINGS. # Mlcrosoplc study ,ls adding, muchto OERMXN KALI WORKS. M MM' Strt.-.V.- -_ _

other parts all beauty and majesty those seeds that are waiting In cur knowledge of the, propertiesof M*. 4Mck BuHdlar. Cblcag Cu4lr. BnlMtagv AtfaHsta. 0..
: of physique, all vigor and grit and him; that means: make helpful ee1., It has recently :been shown, S A.r_' ____

.....courage all mental keenness, reach friendships, listen to wise teachers A Dreadful Operation Seemed to Behe for example that there Is an Important ......... ..- .. -... 1
.*Tasp and decision a.11 the subtle keep high company with men who ( Only Outcome difference between' steels rolled Southern retha1CoUe LORANOE.1OA.

.... graces of mind and heart high have deeps and heights about them. _
vision and deep spiritual Read Paul's written to them )lrl. Clyde Pixley: : Bridge St.;I or annealed below a temperature of I 'JaL The a*..nd Old.* C.>ll*..> fee W.*a.* .. Asrla,
Insight. all prayer '
1 purlf 760' degrees centigrade and Ai no. .w k,lldl. kom,line.tete**tnmrm4 wtiitjK
about. K rl.g.SC
ty. dignity and serene potse of spirit. n ia Thossalonicai "The very God Beldlng.: Mich.. wrlteaI bad In- tU.k..4bS..utlwrnTVoltaMl> k.dtk sad ,ealre.' Wit'.... ':=" _
3 These combine of wholly __..__? a..r. .'-, a.-. those annealed at higher, temperatures S tiM Ir -....-. 11M... &h-h .r*.. ..*.. ...a1..c.-a""""" ........
to make what we peace sanctify you (get you uaawatflJl& OL LU &5j.i4 ,_a.A..le.. OOm.r.SL.7. srirs 0 R 11 A)I. I'as. E.e.. (0wA. :I ........
name personality. apart distinguish you In every great bladder; and the which are thought to have been over- .t.._. IM.OI'.1&i __b.r IrM_

. S Look about YOU in a railway'car- way), and I pray God your whole trouble had goneso heated. Thedo not endure 'fatigue"' Foe b.&aWui catalogue address M. W. MATTON --..LGI..IgS. Qeorwta.'

) rlage. a hotel. lobbY. a great college body, soul and spirit be kept without tar in five years so nrell as those annealed at the lower .

'grandstand. Your eye passes lightly; blemish even in the presence of that my physicians temperature. The permanent and UNIVERSITY
I, over<< 100 men. The one hundred and Christ. Faithful is he who bath said Injurious microeopic strains are more STATE :

l first holds It. Yon may not know promised, who also will do it." Just 7 nothing "-uniformly ,
who'be I. __but an operation minutely subdivided,and more AND' COLLEGE' Or AaRIOULTURCBl .
nor ever have seen him be- to this point was Emerson speaking I' _
fore would cure me. distributed In the less heatedsteels br Law Pharmacy', Tsachlng Torattry an*
butt straightway you say to when he -said: "Follow- God. and training Agrl Ulture. Engineering ,
yourself he is somebody. Something where you go men shall think.. they Awful 'bearing- and this fact is regarded as In Classiest. and Uolntitino.tudJ_ 4t instrnoton. Board B.aO a month ,room 91.00. _ _

About him distinguishes him. Rives walk In hallowed cathedrals." Phillips I down pain., back- explaining their superior ability to Tuition, FREE.' S400.0OO la rent improvements.> Qraduate among foremost la 'Law. _
1 lilm ._. ,, ..__.. .ritatesmananlp, Edneatlon Ministry, Industrial Arts FID_" md JoornaUsm. FALU., _
endura Yoath'a
a manifest slgnlOcanee like the Brooks puts It: "The Influence of -- -- --.1 "fatlgua. Companion -
9M.' -Mn r.ff s nnnaa I4 wau" TEEM OTENU SEPT. 18lh. Bond for Bulletin*. ||fg| C. WOW, CaMCsflgr, MktSI, bTelegraphy ,,
i evident value of a gold coin. That a man whose heart God hath touchedis aches tortured me, there were spellsof _

[ something is personality and It is like'a breeze of fresh air let intoa dliilness and faintness, the kidneysecretions FrB* *etialM
.... I
: self-revealing. Take: Webster for heated and stilling room." Yon area poclUaa. '&
were like blood and passed BJXTRAORDINARY FELLOW. Writ* l *> t Avery .COffl'aDy-
I Instance, They said when he walked tamp of three wicks-body, soul with Intense ,emme,rates : ..
pain. I had and .
In Beacon street the houses looked (mind) and spirit. Let God light lost 80 lie looks like a very healthy Shorthand 'STJOCMSOM
IkttMrfhmluwMt _
mailer.. Sidney Smith pounds when I began using DoansKidney coolheaded fellow." .
called him them (most likely He has already) :
the greatest living lie, because no- now you turn them. up; keep them Pills and was dreadfully ner, ."Well I should say. Why he CsllsnisJScassJsJ AVER, !A. ;IMcMILJUAjM." )

body could possibly be so great a. he trimmed let them blaze whereveryou vous. In, one weekS felt better and : doesn't. even get nervous at 'the Bookkeeping: 0es "'!Isb P.rsyth$5..AUaa... a..

looked. Edward Everett declared are throwing out your cheer, to-day I am a well woman and.. have thought of being examined for life In. MAIM LINK -WIBKS starve TsIetpb h", -ALL iDI 07.-
that when he was earnestly.speaking your light :your beacon message In bee 7fo.. a long lime." : surance."-Philadelphia Press. Sr., SMJiWIICU& IUI&UOIJC4It zezwaS f\&

sparks of fire leaped in his eyes. A your time. Then. "as one flame kin- Sold by all dealers. BO cents a box.'- '. ,MAGHINERY'
[bust of him. exhibited by a-European dleth another nor groweth less thereby -
Foster-Mllburn ; .
Co.. Buffalo N. Y ./ COLLEGE
culptor, was mistaken for a head ot ." so shall your life kindle waken, :
i Jo,.., Or tfote how Emersonsays others. RA.fSf GIVES A PERFECT SKIN., . . ; J
rouse DCMOMCST.'OA.ttonlvt.
[ that "William of Orange won a sub- In every-day terms-- what does It ,the 'B"I..I--- )ocsUos.' r--, tf
1 Ject, away>rrom I''the King'of France mean? My )body: honorI' ; \,.build it "Did I tell you tie. story of Sulphur in'LIquid Form Adda,to.the end 0011_ eselupul ,-W .esi la" Xm m.DooMU ,
f every time'be put off his lat.'?. so no- up. keep it undlshonored.; 'fly noble old hhurch bellT""No..Let's *--sad M..i* St wlor ....- .....
his Beauty of'.Women. --.w..n- .Tot,.-..- aadtenhw. tmtafHEKBYC.KIWELL
JkUle was bearing. 'A Boston newspaper uses..make itto become a sanctuary. hear It. s -.IMe..-. .

;reported that on a certainday Build'the.' more stately'mansions oh my .:'Sorry, but It can't be tolled only ,. ,"Beauty is only skin seep," bat yon cannot { Acting FresMentVANDERBILT ,.
i-Washington' streetwas dark: and Plain" Denier
soul, on .Sunday. be beautiful yon have any Skin Disease , -
i gloomy until Phillips Brooks passed, While the wift lessons toll.- 1 ' W ora bad'complexion.Baacock's
whereupon the brightness Leave low-vaulted TRAINING
returned. I thy put. .S
One might' have profited almost a* Let each new tempi nobler than the Jest The 'grocers are buying! Argo Red 3quid Sulphur quickly care* Eczema, Tefeter 5CIIOOL.. -S

,much by a. look Into Emerson face Shut th

'as by reading his books. Just aglimpse vut. to sell It and the'' customers comeback SkID Pia.* B*. :Apply Hancock's''Liquid f.J ERIIB, I.B.i.I.Pria. ELITON, IT.r' '
Till thou at length an free V " IIO'Y.' ro. 'uxwr .,.... .: .
of-Napoleon at the. hour of J"vinlt; thin outgrown bell r more. Sulphur Ointment to the face just a* you : ".......TJ.... --..*_

battle doubled the fighting' force of By life s unrating sea. > go to bed,,'and it will soon give yon asmootli bleksa .:,.:::.-=t'Zqelp- r Reilabie' Friek" .lne '.
those who saw him. Often FOR"A POOR MAN.HerMary es... bead $ Sresg Fa.ayesd .1 ffn, .. )$.lIors: .S
tell one can :My mind: meditate. store it with IDEAL WIFE velvety sldn. .._.. ....._.i.Oeaty. ........... .(Iza.-1'!!Wheat '..
the Separatera.
frontispiece by author's of a book'whether likeness in the true thoughts; pure thoughts me. and )"'ou. shall want Taken internally, Hancock's Liquid Sul- C.tllk1I1e. 5.4 xlJ.m7:;SCHOOl.-tmf IB : ', : .. '; ,

:worth while to go any further. "The it's thoughts 'lit to treasure up; let it for nothing. .phur purifle the blood and clears up the v.&a.WOl/aauT.' v_............CT
keep with the But' I don't.want ,to ,want (Ornothing. water
,halo in .art Is far more than a',mechanical company noblest men She- complexion. A few spoonful in hot
. contrivance to denote saint of the- ages, whose wisdom vision r want to want for something make the nest*of sulphur bathsAll? t

hood. It witnesses to the fact that .and \profltable experience may be' I want. -Philadelphia Press. druggists sell It. ttalphnr: :Booklet free, if -5-

.true m"n 'carry an atmosphere; they made my own by an hour's reedingevery 5- you writ Hancock Liquid Sulphur .Co.,.
day; 'let me prepare myself to IT-fo-UATE .
i are fairly! luminous. The captain of TKACHEItS. Baltimore. _

an athletic team. If well chosen takes recognise:tile'appreciate respond to and Since June 1, UXM. SSft letters have reached Dr. W. W. Leake of Orlando, Ft*.,,'whowascnred -. ft.. uaL N. aa&GtIssrte. -...I "* 17itT *tti 'H WBaBSBSE= -
succeed moat devoted and
rank, not by virtue pf superior play. truest President Crmusun at Athens, Ga., call. saj; "It iatlwoudertuItemtilyiorEczeniaTbeve BEST nrROTEO SAW{ IILL'OIf' EARTH.
helpful spirits' -of all the days
ing or technical knowledge of the pa.tand lag for teachers and offering salaries all the Large Engines and. Sallies .uppll"
known.5 ,
present and finally keep ever .
'Same but because there is him my '
about way from (10 a month to 120Ja y''ar._J"li -
z. Mill .
promptly. Shlnfll corn Mills
.a quality which make.' his vim and yes on the stainless peaks where call Is for wil-trnInn.Lt.'ee1mr5They wantgrjiduaee'ut1hihool. V*. *

spIrit contagious. Christ is. This demand baa Self-confessed Ignorance often Indicates Circular KawsSaw" TthPat Dogs,
\' My spirit: how great a word ltl .l- Steam .
Church committees looking for anew brought to the State Normal School a great wisdom. O verners. Full line Enln.. ..
minister pass by a score of possible All generous Impulsea...all-chTvatrous many craduates of other schools.-124 last 'W DrE sr.u'BVGGms Mill uppllee. Send for fr.. CaUleguFREE ,. '

: eliglbles and choose the twenty- .inoyes-afl-nObie aspiration,""fe ,pnr. There were graduato of Emory Col- -_- : ---.' : :,
first. The others wereas_ good" of beanty' and truth and goodness lone, Wesleyon College, Lucy Cobb Institute The Arro Red Salmon of Alaska
preachers as.lhorotjgn scholars' as ; evory hatred of weakness and ) Drenau Butler ))1[. A. f. College Plod- has the deepest red color and thefinest ., I Ircm "tire to top" are he.J'

Jalthfttl-pastors: but the elect one wrong every fine portrait of mem- bout Institute Chevy CliMe college (I). ..tly.... .. Not.ia lout lLe'
possesses this rare and compellingsomething ory and ideal? Oh. match this spirit l:.;, Punbody Xorin' l College and many flavor of any Salmon packed. It h ;"leriallID e "VILite I;'
other schools, taking further courses In la .packed entirely. machine and '
call with all the best about you; open it , '
we which
magnetism domestic arts anti solenops,manual Star: 55(141 105 OUt !."Dd._
is but a vague term indicating to Him who knows what is In man. pedagogy not touched by han .- One trial makesa
per- elementary' agriculture and other'
and who alone bas to bestow customer. 5 Cetalo..
:eohality. The speaker who possesses grace courses thus preparing, themselves for a
it often Influences ,his audience almost and loving power of mastery develop stop upward and forward. ',Then too,there ,
as much while he stands silent your unawakened best. And were who had already been r.
Loan sharks anxl to meet
are us
before them for a moment, as during always remember how He reckons In teaching, but who felt the .need ot the people -

,the hour of his speaking. This I. the the yearnings, the unuttered and unutterable splendid training offered there In the classroom who want to borrow trouble.. . -
*. lbs laboratories, snl the 1'raotlo -S. :
r !quality which accounts'for aspirations there: -- -
say i-chool.; This Praotioe bchool building; and .
', ing: "You have to like Mr. Roosevelt All instincts" immature, all purposes unsure Its hwidxomu equipment!, were given to the PHILIPPINE ,"DOBIE ITCH:" .
taft r yon have met him." Personality Hohool by Ueorgo Foster 1'eabody. In the To eeavinee
!_no other creation equals or That weighed 'not as hi* work, yet swelled 1'raotloo, Hohool there are 120 ehildren woman that IV say,..
approaches It. Indeed when Jehovah the man remount. eight grades. oljcht teachers and aiuiUtants, Itching Pimple Covered Roily-Discharged tin*AatlMptU will
accerdlted Moses as His ambassador Thought hardly to be packed Into a single, There Is no ampler range of training, ; In any For ))j.aablllt7-FonDd' .'ICTS !!*.RumERKIf: : TO iuiprov. bar health ,"
act; JOHN K. UICKKT'S and do au w. claim
to school In the ttonth. In the Normal hohooi 1 Cure in Cuticnra Remedies.
the of
court Pharaoh. lie Fancies that broke .tbrough language and there are 184 students who earned the money forU.W. will' [
commanded as the chief authority: "While stationed in the Philippine I be- Old Reliable EYE WATER_ smut lan
"Tell him 1 Am sent'you." Alt I escaped.could never' be, all men ignored in earnest they, fsjthfu'latuilent-body.""ot,1bon. There to in ut eiiatencttanywhere. a more i rant subject to the '))obi.,Itch.', Small, tee..:::=...rm. cud. maalated.. !IMaj. box 01 and raxtln genuine with tanlmonlaUi book"ot' CsS"tlons Bend. -
I w.
Now. then since personality ia thegreatestthing me, Ktudeuts of Improperor unworthy -' white, itching pimple formed under the ' ..,ntb. eta'- ' your.Ham* tad address on a postal card.elcansrs.
In the world what is This I wa* worth to him ..- spirit are quietly and quickly withdrawn i kin, generally between :the toes. on the 1:.r'-1',,. ":.:_,:.rS uS.......:.:.=:r .a iire. _, .

,the chief duty of man? I answer, Whose. wheel, the pitcher shaped. 'jKfti i from th. school. a'ba matron and limb*.. between thl.flne! ,. and under the I t uIe$__._Uti..ppld.... do ...... ... and healamucous
-.4.. .deliberately:. 'To honor develop., ex- S officers of the rtohool Hv.with the students arm I got mo. bad that 1 wu confined: to Th..e.n.i., '.1....... ...L..d ,. a ... t..MIaq. .. TM%aa.tklaf PAXTINE
,i, rpre.s and invest that personality. and the overnight la as klndl.; and constant toy quarters a week at a time.. 1 was ui.charged .-, :u.d.eld'for' -,,ke.i.'''::.tu lld raoonm.. Ml'. cud 4 d '.::.:t tadltl..t m :.., > .- I'
In the home.RETORT. ,. .,. ... t ra *
Special Anointings.If. as life root* of luhn. >1'h r'i jtm
'.This is not egotistic and selfish. Ood from'I he Engineers by reason,of >7. UlraDIOKKT . Atall. Vesot 15 ....u_. tedious, such as Basal'eatarrhTWlTlocatarrh
gave man this personality as his tool Jesus! ,was anointed to preach disability: contracted in line' of duty, anrt OKDQ CO..Ba SO.ttxi. .T__ and Inflammation caused /teml-

,the finest noblest chief implement the gospel' bow much .more do we In COURTEOUS when I had the trouble again.-my druggist .5 p_ nouth.nine Ills by I direct sore local eyes.treatment.sore throat Its eur.and ti '

with which to make his mark on the these modern times need 'a special German Lady(livIng In B.y.water"You ) recommended t; iticura Hcme
world, serve his kind and' honor his 'touch fit the Spirit of God for this cannot be German play.out' relief. was manifest with mv first / D and gives Immediate relief.

Maker. When the old bishop of the work! I believe one ought: not to 'of tune like thatt" '*' j!'urchaa* and the malady quickly I yielded l. : _rOPSYlliaU :!: : Tuounanila;of It women everf-day.are using eo! cents and reeommrndlns atorwcfcl'tsorbyniall. -

...Methodist Church was examining a teach a Sunday-school lesson or sing Bandsman-"" "cannot be English the Cnticiira lUmedies. It ha never re> rb e- ,.. RpmcmtwrhAwem-,
group' of candidates for the ministry a i song, much less preach sermon. collrroct'since 1 used tile Cuticnra Remedi.. S I_ _ Kemoves swelling In 8 to 110dayel ITOHT 1"011 titnmyn- TO TIlT ssAt3f07) >
he asked them: "Are you willing to without waiting; for a special anoint If ;yoa. notice It I -Puoch. John S. .Wood.. 221an", St., Brooklyn, ) i effect a permanent cut*. HM )FAXTOM., ()( .. 3toa X->

,r .,be a. nobody in Christ's service" ing of the Holy Spirit of God. It Is N. Y., OcU 21 and :2! 1904." 'S in y>to to day*. Triettnatmelltcta be rairet- -

And every last one of them piously this experience' Which has made men Argo Creamed' :Salmons. Scalloped 'S Write free.Notkinccaia Of.". H.Crssn's tons -I, ' .; S '

,(a. he thought) 'answered yes. and women great invthe past.; It'was Salmon Cutlets or Croquettes..'are 'Some to'! their! best __ 8"sdsl'U. B*.. B Atlanta.Or ( ),
refuse LL
"Then yOU'", a poor lo l"..exclaimedthe the secret of Finney's power and it the most tempting of'dishes.Argo people put .. -'I
bishop.'' And so they were.' ,That will be the secret of the power of among at all .. .foot 'forward' more than an inch. S. 'CRESCENT ANTISEPTIC .
is a kind -of humility 'which ifr not anyone who lives to-day." Each day's I''' '
needs writes J. Wilbur Chapman CAItATIST-HEAL'EA KNOWN TO: SCIENCE. _
Christian because It is not only;un- r.-----.1 '
"' ;productive.butconteraptlble.< Christ's quire the: dally Indians'which' the WAS INEUGIBLE.S Argo Red Salmon at all grocers.Try Non I'oisuBoo' Kon Irritating. 'Alleys' IlIn4mmaU aD" stops,
hour .. , ' S pain from any eaue. A. strong es terbolie acid and aa nannlea a* _ _
I man should bewilling'' to-take' any quiet. .upplJe..l.; ... .judge-"Have you formed anyprevious It. S sweet milk.Cures, bums inaUntly; cnroa hid and' chronic sormfc 8

humble station. but.wherever be may -- opinion of the, cues'" S cure sore and inflammation from any canes on man or baaat. Volt '3
,be, always determined by God's graces matter fowls euraa cholera, e*.' bead and Satisfaction JlCl8ltinfll I _
t Co' labor, to fight..and\ to WllenEvel7MaI1 MusttintAlone. Henpeck-?:No 'your'. honor. but It.4oesrt how cheap a .ththgl !: -' ; reap- _

L ,pray that as the servant of the Most .. '"Whosoever will go id'; heaven must Maria. has."-Harper's' .: Bazar., -. L 1Zyou'bavano earthly use:tOt''to.' "atJ .W.WCRZSW1': : : c'n: KlliAL' O.. ... *.rbez. _

I' High 'sbal.1.'wetg, every ounce he' have faith, of his own. in 0Ideon'8'camp' ---- -

I ;strike.blows .that hit hard, and every soldier had his'own plt>1- r----- -

I mean to' his time all that he'can: pos; cher; among Solomon's men\ of valor

1siby signify;' , .- every'00.,wore his awn Sword; and E
I Being a Christian man' is being all thteae' 'were they' that got- the victor- T k'i'ii j4 AJ] ,"

I 'a,man can blt. Holiness Is near kin les. The five\ wise virgins had everyone j 1J _
I 'to baleDess:-which meabl-health/and of 'Int heri lamp; 'and 10DlJ these _

I. naleneat close kin to wholeness, went In with -bridegroom.. ,.,An...
I which staeans Integrity soundness. other's-eating of daintymeat makes'

I- eonjj>llteD.u.' .Cl UUan life is not thee''none. the fatter.S -T...Adams.-- S. .5se.ue.ohos.uIIY.. grizzly! grayatt.U."LAGRIOLL'HAIR1RE5TORgRPriC.' *I.001rIii, I I0' ,, 'j.

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v -' ...........*..*.**.***: :" Bis surviving. family conslstsof Notice of Application' to Sell S ''NbTICE. ,' \

a wife and five children all IQUO.RS
Lands. L
.fourteen Notlee .Is hereby, (riven that the underala-ned. In-
oldest about
the .yearsof
? Wtt Neigfifers at WWter.: His relatives and lend .. the Governor of Florida at Tel-' ,
age. numerous To All,Wbom It.Mar Concern: \ .
severely Ishsseis, FlaAugust. .. '9f. for letters PatentIneorpontinr I !
friends lq the country .. 1
J ; ; 'Reported Weekly by O, .I I I. C.' : his his loss wife and and children.heartily sympathize Miss Josie with is Notice .to hereby. ,of the tfveii Estate that of Jerry U unaeraUmed the M. Potter.deceased. aaAdministrator the following the Klasunmee proposed. Charter.Lumber Companyuader the original ". ; ALL THE LEADING BRANDS' OF :. :

appUeatloe Honors
.....;........................ .: universally loved and: respected and will Jobnete amke county Judo" vt O.o.olaosuoty. of which U on 01*la the office of Secretaryof .
hie W. R.
State of the State Florida.C .
will aid ber to
sustain -
; The famous road machine with, all her many friends she Is State of Florida. at his offlee In Ktaslmmeeclty. CARSON. '
the responsibility
; Its. paraphernalia' ha at made Its 1 to 'assume since the decease of ..A.Florida.D'.JOT.en for Monday aa order the to sell I 10th at private day ofAnvuet. J: A. CRANFORD. WHISKIES

appearance In our rnlc t.. Oeorff* her late husband, O. I. O self the Interest of the said Jerry M. potterInnd K.KATZ.\. .

wf in charge who with A.- to the following real estate and leaseaaltuat.ed PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE' KI8SIMME .

_ _ I I' slstsnt Ashton, make for* themselves a Notice x>f Application For 'Tax : in the county of Oaoeela.... Stat.Of Florida. .

: favorable. Impression on our eltlsens Derd Under Section 8 of WorIt: LUMBER COHPAriTtTh Case Whiskies. Domestic Brandies.
ID some places the worker toil much > undersigned associate tbemselTe together.. S .
_ _ An undivided one half Interest In all the fot> *
talked of and generally abused road Chapter 4888 Laws lowing the ,..'. of the n.4fship settkm 1 town, for the purpose of booomlnatoomporatod underthe ,. .. ,3.Pint. ..4B 7\ Lint. Quart.t noi.ewl. California quality' .(o'llra. fineMarylaiid
Echo )
worker has produced.. great Improvement of Florida. I v s of r 18.: the ...U of the n&",. the wK' luwu of ''''' of Florida for the tranaae. .BprDI Rye. ." ." ,41 'I Si t f :wl : : "::.24 17 :

on our thoroughfares, but In Notice, that I. W. doubT & of the ..'--. tee nwU of the ...'<.'. the e>< of the Lion of business under the" following Charter. Wilson, 1)... .... .. ". P I flI Maryland ..t .2\ 1 i :
U hereby 1ren IJu. ... .. -
band- labor tS North <: j
'' general our roads require Co_.. BOrohaser of fez Certlflcates No. awM, the nwM of the so's. and the eVf' of th. sw" Article 1. The name of thU Corporation shall H.rpr. &nurl" 1\' k ti North, ArPle. . ... ,1 2\ /1 0

I.I. and Mr. Orersti-eet aprrectat.- an. 840 and 4$. dated the IItb. day of th. ..'< of section II township" H e af-r 1/8/ el be Klaslmmea Lumber Company 'lu principe! solace .pprUlrba..W 1 1 Jersey, Apple Jak. ....1) 20
Ina t.hla fact. ant the e'' of .., and the. of the sot of_ Hunter Baltimore Ity. . I 1
the < the W. nt4 <
shall b In
of Jan. A, D. IM&i I'."* Sled said< I offlo the Town of Klailmmo City '
. ... I
bLo KlMimmee Friday night such, remaining eertlflaates la ray office. and ban made application doe 14 township s of r a.: the nH' of the _"-. FU.1 and IU biulnouM shall b* conducted In oth- I 01.1' .rntl.Re.... . .. 71 S 00elerunout t V imported Wines in Case.
: himself to a-uperlnU-nd the ae)4) of the net"<. the ne4! of the nwU and the U the State ,I.o.
tot Florida and
for tai deeds to "..u.laor otherwise ltye ,10 0 . .. .
work would be required.Our .10 ., ..... .
as the ee<4 of section W township :f6 a of r W e: the nw)< offiooB branches 1..I. prbt.IO'
bailiff a candidate law Said eerUfleates embrace followingddscrtbed anneio or othorwiMa Ch.e' tSaR. dlftUte e. . .. ... . ... .. ..
present supervisor of the ii.i!4. the neV of the nwH. the awV ot thinwth.wofth.swandSM. b pecially S .. . 0
sit:jaled In Osceola oountr, may > Booawanr or convenient. "ecn.1 Burgundy . . S : .
for sheriff, makes him a rather property asV ofth. use. ". .. .. 1. ,I r. HauuirneHhue . . . . . 10
aw)4ofsoctlonZi,5own.hIph.ofr { " .
. delicate subject for newspauer notoriety Florida; .; towil. Article S The..s. nature of -taiulnow.. Wofor County a,-'v. .4; t 1' | Wines., .... S .. ., 11
k UirougrU' the Whlttter correspondent CerUftcete No. 30.; W4 of S E'< See. 81.' T.1/dSoth :!8 e: the nw'4 to be transacted by said Corporation shall bo t. XXXX',. .... I \ Clarcl In I'snO, ,"" ... . ', 100 Jot
M ...... The said land beingMesed of the nwH of suction V 5 township S5 s of r 1 VH s; build .... Kcem"Dt ..n Wr. 14
. decision has not 3et R. 'Z1 East own and operate -mUla. planlnc mills . 5 I .
as a the nw'ot'! of sw'' of ) ''' ro 0 Qu.
thenw'j. th. n1i the 1rWII.letl' Phta
been reached a. to whom 'we shall call at the data of the issuance of such certificate dry-kilns turpcntlno atllli and"their ..pparten..n. ".. .. .41 .13 f f'' n. ft Miimm'n Extra Drr ,
lion township VHaof r4ethe: .Ii of the < 1 Ol 40
: ne CiuscsdeTennWhlatey( ) 4" Chaudon U hiU HealAle
Eat. Moi-l )
the biblical two mastei In the name of R. M. BrUfee tran-roadi andogflnr late:. to buy. flOoldeD
nerve-and :
to as .' .. Seal . I 0
the and) the 4 of the ), of section I'ltownshlx ..
sws .2\ / 1
,, bas been Increa & to at least Certificate No. a.II.acres In NW Tor. of NW> manufactura. sell and othorwUo' deal In lumber. old Joe .; .. . .. I '
s '
three with a prospective view of two !< of NEM and all 8El of BE'(8 pf R. R. See.HI. I 2ft t of' r'- .: the ..'. of the It.". the hlnrlam. naval. .'- and merchandise. of all! Kentucky" Dew . .. 0 noRedTop Beer and Stout, per Dozen

there Is some bewilderment T. *South. R 2* East. ?*(> ..,..... The said nw'of the n. < of section I i township! Sfta of r klndu to buy. operate and sell .......boalAl and Mi:
or three others SX the el< of the se'' of section ( township V,> aofrf.ailofaoutiontownship25a Mark :. . : : .:::4i t MIlst.y lias.l'al.Aio.. .. . par dosea
In the minds of our people as to land .bring asuesaed at the dale of thp Issuance of .i; < llvhten, to purchaea, own and hold Undo. timber M on'.. . . , .' ''1 1 ( (tinniitHiii s stout .. ... ., 13'
: of ,
what tbe thlntf ls.< 'While such certificate In the name of Unknown. r ; and Umber prlvlloirea by deed. loai*. timber, permit 1146 Baltimore It'o..5 t., I ( AnlKiiifcr HUM HlueAnbiuiicr Laini. -\ :1
lout proper 2P. 2; the e'4' of ne'. and the e4 of..'4 section T town..hIp25aofrV5i Old . ..' I Mi Lurch udw"t.r| I c
( .
these facts should] not remove any fa* Cri.tflicat.No.40. S4ofNE' 8eo. T. the ofJneU section 1' orother form of contract and to MIL mortgageor C.mbrld.e .10 44 71. 1 nofloiden IO

.. ", .vorable Impression that the gentle South! R ZT East.. W acres. The aald land being' ; : n. 4 : In block 1 otherwise" dispose of the same;to build equip (;r..a . ...41) ', ,r I f Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.
mun's ability in his position! has .eased at the date of the issuance of such certificate : own and operate dooka for atorav. forwarding or .X, tt r

,. caused, still it might have the appearance I In the name of Z. W. P.ttewayA C;'. block I'ofPulslfer other_ __ _niirnnaAM._ nn. to__ ._._.nul._---._. KnUf__ ___. U_____ _,_ n___. (ooAtftutson..Ii: : : : : ) 7/1/ Milenuu.ckvTavert 1 (.olilen bur ttj'e . ... alloo
I Park all block 18. Iota 1. Z, 9. 4 in block ....40 71 1 MlBrooJc
.. 2'0
.. : SWof 5W4! : T. 1 neil and real and Mountain Rye .
of partiality which your orre CortincateNo 41. See. :11. convey property, pereonal; Hill 1 InbofTd "priDI
14, Iota 1. 2, ;1 In block 11\ 10&01.; i 6, Sin block I'l', B'le XX ,.' .,' 16
pendent is col exactly prepared to express 23 South R. 27 !.sat. 40 ."...... The said land ,, including Blocks and bond. of other eorporaUona; ) .. ., n 100Ovcrh.itbottl.din Mountain (p"UI Rye .., ., I
.4 .
otC 2, t 4. S, 6 In block :JO" all block.' XI.I Ki *!. 24, ( bond) 1 AOrllow Mountain "prDII. XXX S
so will only say tnaO we are belli aaxeOsed. at the date of the Issusnoe of such to borrow money and secure" seine by mortaaaedeed Home old ., .' 0
:r.: :!I.. '7.'.!II. W, .ni. all the above Iota and blocks. \ label.. .. I An "
perfectly satisfied that he !It ,the man certificate. the name of M. J, its):'. to secure debt, bonds or other obligations "Id Crow .. ... ....C f. I Kentucky lrl for the place In his prevent, p<)l1tlon. t'nlew said oertlflcatea shall be redeemed ar- being In West KUwlmmee. a subdivision of section therefor, ; to receive payment for the capita White Uak (Teu... ... U > Crown Kre.. .. . J f[
'X> 2": 311 and Kcbo Springs lire, . . ... ., J 2
township of r e. excepting reserving Whiskey) .. . .. .<(> t
Our Democratic rooster is not favorably cording to law, us derda will Imie therroil' on stock of this Company In money or property of a : t bsnon Club, double "
however therefrom of land '<0feet Kentucky l'rida..2,41 ta 1 : .
4 Impressed with the porteutlous 'thoSnddar of September. A. 1>. Ittli. a strip Just valuation to be fixed by the Board of Direc- u (rramof Kentucky.4. J :

appearance of the cumbersome \\Itness my: ofllrlal, algualuro and. seal this' the. wide now used as nghtof way for railroadpurposes tore: to make contracts of all and every kind In. Malt Whisky ih Glass Case bolace Baltimore, 10 yean old t. ,
the .w1! of riw1*. .*< of nw of nw'.., Goo s. Rod Top Rye, I years old ." 't. 1 00
piece of machinery. Be' fears that it 2ud daj-of August, A. 1>. IMR. ( Ident to and for the furtherance of Its purpoesuand

1.onoofthedevloesof the drainage (IK".l] K. L. IF.RI.KV.lerkClnull the ne!. of sw4 andthewraofart4ofnwttsection "business Including contract. between the' Mid American ?. .It.... ....4 '. 11 Corn Whiskies (
10 township :I'> of "II the }4. the nwU! of by the Gallon.
commissioners to clean out his beautiful ( Court s r e: aw Corporations and Individuals aud other Corpora. Uuff'e Pure N.I" ... I 7:
Osreola C..htr.orl.I.\ .. neU!. and begin chains sot of the . .. 1
sw earner s.t S.Dfle.W.U North Carolina White Corn. .
and that If that objectshould Ion*: to make such bylaws as may be deemed : gallon
swamp By ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.. . D. C. of the seU of section X township :!, .of It f e'and Hu.ue McHintain White Corn .. pr .. :0
] be accomollshed with rein atrrepnt bout and generally to exercbie. all incident
? -- -- -- ---- powers and Imported Gin InS North Carolina Yellow Cora
: thenc..icbefnaand 21 links side of
nrlces he and hie. wife and Notice of For Tax run to w to the conduct and purposes of the' business of Domestc Syeer.old .... .. .. MM
Application Atlantic. Coast lAn Railway thence northeasterly ,
little: cherubs would be compelled said Corporation and. to have exercise' and enjoy Glass. North Carolina M .County, 10
Deed Under Section S 01Chapter' parallel with said railway $12 chains: thence Iichains Corn. 7 yean old. . .. . ,o
forage: for a living.: all rights powers and privileges of Corporations Booth's: AO Old Harvest .. ... .. .. j '
and 51 links \ Insections dtrnmoln
Tbe clay road conditions about 4888 Laws of -* to bejrinnliw same being existing under and by virtue of the. Booth's Dry :. I (0

:your camp were reduced lat winter to UmiuhlpZAsof r :IIIe: Ute ne'!< of the laws of the State of Florida. 1'bmoltb Oln ... .. 1 1/ Lowest Prices the 'i
by Gallon.4tyefrnm ,
but had Florida.Nolle ne', section 10 township" .S s of r ''II e, the. w't of Holland Gin 1 .
net a wretched condition t we sw1 i and the ne'i of ....'. aeetiun :7 township *"> s Article 3. The Capital stock authorized shall Bell Ulo 1 in) .. . .
concluded that the method was a failure in hereby given that T. U Murphy (lorrloa Gin . t 80 "
. '
but later reports from that locality purchaser of Tax Certificate No 27 dated the of r ''!>e.: the >w'. of nwl of a..I' See. 11 town. be One Hundred Thousand Dollars ((11110.0110.00), (lie I.b""h.... .. .40 71 I noM f ( om 'from. . .. .. ... ... ... 9 noOlnlrom I "
ahipsofrr'e;: the wS! of nwof ne' See.,14township divided Into one thousand (160\1)1 ') shares of the par . ., .& uI'aul > t . 0 4"And'
has caosed our citizens to look at Mb day of June A. D. 1VW. has flifd.aaldrertlftat < Mobie l lu..1 Kndursuce tl all oilier Liquors la 'I'
value of One Hundred Dollars (HOO.OO each. fci DO t proportion.
:y> of rl'J.: awls U : .
s the of ne't scctb 0
rnade :
serious light. 'In my office and lisa .. application Wolfe's '
the matter in a more He hied
t another candidate for lax deed to lune|tin aceordaiuc with township a'i"of r 2\i'e"t.he\ :; n.4)f! ne'. section' Not less than Thirty-five. Thousand Dollars of $chnspp. . '' Gins Rum
ewis Whidden 2 and Brandies i
< the'S
: said stock shall be paid for In cash. The balancemay by
; 2< Come Hack Gin and Benedlrtlne
for therlfl, Is among our people this law Hal be issued in of labor . -U noil t
payment property orsorvlcte
,week.\ ,Friend Lewis Is always welcome. described property situated l |lu paceols. county. ne 4 of section IK. the nl* of nwU section X l.lonOlu . .. . I 0 Gallon. ;
just valuation te be fixed by the DI. I ti
at .2
Our Joe has not yet been Florida, to-n It: nwt4 of ... section ::1\1..11 In township i.; s th.1 a Un4er.o.. Old Tom 1 1 RoneQIu . .. ... .. .m ; ,

_ 4 beard from apd deponent knoweth not 8w. i U "I! NE ',4' S..... 7 T. 2n South R. :"W east. rSo... --- OW Tom (.In.... ". .." . .1 M

whether be be r In the race or not, 40 arrefl; AI..II theXirht. title and interestof thesski I..j Article 1 The term for which said Corporationshall Imported Scotch Case "Whiskies. Impr'elln' .Holland. K. Kum.. .7 tearS....old. . . .1. 7, !

_ though suppose he appreciates the old The >ald laud being aaseased at the date of ry M. Potter In and to the following leases, I exist shall be ninety-nine (W) years 5. 5 5s Quarts !... '* Medford Rum, 7 JM" oM.t ..e .

'staying. "1,'lr.t the worst, second tbe the "laauanoe ol such certificate In the name of same bains an one ha f Int.eroeat'Sub--ae: from D Article" !. The business of said Corporationshall "".'.r'. Rupclst . tl MI l'.h Braadr.. yer gallon .t.7&. s.50) and 4..

aatne last the bust of all the (tame. A. W. Hproiill. c. ire. se1. of neV.. the n4c.fse'4 and neSof sw)4) be managed by a President a Vice President . Uh"I Ullliam IV. v. O. P. 2 White no .' ( W
Our county superintendent's name is rule said certlfkate hall be re-Itemed of section 1:1.:. the n" of se'. and e4 of nw\i of a Secretary a Treasurer and a Joard of Directors Hal* and Halg Ic..h' 1 Mi .G 1 'fI
freely used but we have not found' out according to I... tax deed will iiMie" tliereou aoctlon 11. the e's of e'*. the n.!. of solo and ' of not more than seven (7)) _ben. The Ininvlira Irish .. . 1 5 Port and Sherry Wines by the '

- Just where, to place him. One rumor 00 the 'JMb day of August A D. I!Mi;. awVi of ne'. of section W in 1o..hlp.I3..f: r 8!> office of President and Treaaarer may be held by ,

,. stars be will, be a candidate for repre- 't'ltue"D' official' signature and seal this the e: the w4 of w4'of section 17. the wifef neti. the same person and the number. of Directors reduced The Very Best Corn Whisky Obtainable. Gallon. :;

r M (tentative, another district attorney lltbdarof July, A. D. 1907." the nwW. n'jof' ...'. and ae'" of section 1$. the to not less than four (4) If the bylawa so A..eIIN. per liotti..1 .'

'aDd a third for re-election to present r.uLI K L. LESLEY. ri\i of....'i and a.'< of."'4 of section 19 township provide. The Directors: are __...... to dcle-' .' l'n r gallon..,I.6O. 2410- a"n4 1'
- Wilkes N. C.. 31 Ml 1 California .
County gallon.
office; but as Madam Rumor has her Clerk Circuit Court 25 s of r:III lethenw of nt4. the ..!" .f gate to" any one or more of the officers of the Old llarrtst. N. C. . . .. .2% o Imported Port WID.per per I...Lio and and 2

.. S..1na'Lboroulbly plumed this yearwe Osceola County, Florida. nw!.. the .'s of n',.the swV(and the nw'4 of seU" Company tie power to employ agents and servants. Maple Cor. '....S I.on Imported 1"nr I.loa...,..'. perboule '
will quietly wait and uoe what the By ARTHUR E POSEOAS. D. C. section. 112 townshlo !I't: s ef r 10; ......%< of neU. The annual meeting fqr the election of". . .. M) 1 M lUIr Ib.n. pr gallon, "0 1.10 and ..
future will] reveal, _. --- --- - -. and nit of se''.section. township 2Ssof: r2e.theswl officers br the stockholders of the Company. shall K'IIV.ue, ..& r to ;.

Our weather conditions during the Notice of Application for Tax of nwU. sw1* of ne'4. nwt.of ..'.. sw4.of be held on the nrst Wednesday of July each rear, . Imported Cognac Brandy! Orders will not without ;

pan week bare been more favorably Deed Under Section 8 of awl and ....'
than formerly; thermometer scarcely r We: the ...'< of aw3 J'of ne't\ e''i of nwl*. and The stockholders shall meet oo the eighth day of Oupont 100 . ., . . .. ....isiieune.ry 0, cash p.tolo express money
4883. Laws XXXX .. .. .... order Send '
reached the MM and rain enough to -- Chapter nwHof ne'iofsw!' section. W.! nwV< of nwU August. A. D. 1W! >7. aCKissimmee. Fla.. for the MsrSIIIXLEX. .. ... .. .. .21 with' order. cbek. money .
; keep the ground moist without, seriously of Blonda., section a>, sw'-j! .f nwL,, sectten IP.I n.ttd' the arat annual meeting of the Company for the purpose .22 4

_.t Impedlug the moving. public. Thewaler Notice la hereby given that E. ... Orcntreet w)
is said to be rising. rapidly lu purchaser Tax Certificate No.* dated the JO township *is of rWe.t ; ne""< of nW!.. a>< of , ejecting Directors and for the traasactioa H. W. MET Co ] 'aa

the river and our merchants are of 6th day, of June A. D. 1906 bas filed aid corlifl ne'4 section, Vaw'4 of..!" section 34 townshipf of each other business .. may .be properly,. considered ALF :'

t tile opinion that wat eI" communicationwill cat In my office" and baa made sppllcatiou for ef r 29.;set*, e'i' of .wi< section 17 township26sof by the meeting. Until the officers 1U

,. soon be established. This eaves. tax deed to Issue In accordance with law r ::10.: el
.. them about sixty miles on the rouud. Bald certificate emfcracai the following described ....tIoa S3 township t* a of r 29 .. except sueSpert.fsaidw1ofewtsoctionSI qua]Ify the business of this Corporation shall be ORLANDO-, *

r' trip and therefore very desirable. property situated, ta Osoeola county, as lies Sot conducted by the following named officers C. A.
public road: lease from R c.."""' 11_"'''of neW.w .
Preacher' Guy' missed u. this trip :florid to-wlt Canon as President. and Treasurer; i. A. Cranford JUG TRADE A
:aad as previously predicted candy 8w. U of KW U Sec. 14. T... S3 South. R. :at E, of seH! and ne1,eswW suction 21 township as Vice.'......._t" S. L. Lupfer aa Decretory SPECIALT. a.

pull Ings and pound parties have aomewhat containing 40 acres more or I..... Stfcaof r We;lease from Gee W Tisoo-ueK and C. A.Carson. J. A. Crud...... W. M. Williams. ,
4 .' Rw\.(auction 2)township*\ sef f *1 e:..... from Z: - : -
demoralising effect on some Tbe aid land belq.4.t the date of 8.L. Uipfer. I* Lester. M. Rats and H. j

of his nvoralts. the Issuance of such certificate }o ihe name of Ma.ehea-ft..J.. of se3< section I tow V. Stanford as Directors. II

Citizen Arch is stlU holding his own Peacock Hunt&Waal Oo.Unices ship 25: s of r JO.; lease from U B: Partin-eeU ofsw Article. The alhest amount of indebtedness RATES AND S SCHEDULES TO THJ3Jamestowll \
'.< section STee* ran lease from Oscar 8... :
said eertlfleata ahall be redeemed which this Corporation
liabilities to
and I. preparing1 to build a new addition according or eaay at
to his sto.1.. to law, tax deed will issue thereon. oi\ ,, .et4 of nw'/ eX" of sw)" and se'"< of section 17. any one time euUeet itself shall .be Two Hundredand ;C
of 1907 ..Jof .34 section It. se!< of aw4 Johnson, Floyd's assistant, is the 12th day. August. A. P. Fifty
official and seal.I : .'.of u4 and so' ofse't! : suction *1. town. and residences of the ii
receiving a share of Wblttier's trade Witness mi signature .thlathe121h Article Thenamee Exoosition !
but the emporium. so ably conducted day of July. A. D. 1907. '. shlp2Ssofr 'lease_ Edward Ystea. el al aabacr9 Uieoiporator together with. the number :

by Mr. Joe ,Williams and Miss Beu. I (seal) E L. LESLEY -,w'X of seW section 7 and uwi of neK section of shares of Its Capital stock....siibs>rihr
lab still holds the bulk of business. Clerk; Circuit Court Osceola CVwnty Flot td.. 1.1I.hlpSl.ot r V..: lease from Walter Baas.Srwi arras-fallows; S
o.neLtcfwrd\ _"- ..'4 III...." ..... ... 8..1
The Hotel de' Deulsh] I. to be refurnished By ARTHUR E. IONnGAN t. C. Kama Residence HO.of ;1
I : se''< of section 2S lying sooth ef a.onTlck. . ' . .'4O 4lf 1It
and the la
lady question Kieaimmeo Fla., . : tIDaly. ?
O. A. Carson ISO
right of of St. cloud Sugar Belt Railway.Iot3.4. I . . 3370 I
eOI war Tlcke.
-contemplates visiting ypurclivn *t.week nipplication For Tax . . .. . 3 ,
J. Cranford Jacksonville. Fla *
and the eViefae'i of section 28. lots 1. A- Fifteen-Day TIck.. ,, .. . '.' " . . '2735 Sold Dally.
tor the purpostroT procuring new .' .. ..
furniture and other equipment for the Deed Under Section 8 of :2. 5. 4 and aeM of ne'% and seU auction 35. nK' and W.1C Williams RiosimmenFla.Jacksonville..Fla '. . . . .".50E.L.1..esiey Coacn Excursions, 11.3. sold each Tuesday and Friday, limit ten l

n benefit of future Mr. John- Chapter 4888. Laws ot swiiand w1,of ..'" and se', of suit of section days. in. Parlor or Sleeping] cars >
guests. M. Kata Kiesimmea. Pie .. .20 o
I Wall la township S\.of r RI. alee all of.w9 _ 800 is at present. boarding at the hotel Florida. ; H. Stanford Klssimmee. Flat. . . .. . .to ,
and appears on good terms with of right of N. B. Canoe Klssimmee. Via, .. SO Line "Norfolk Flyers." | abT
Notice U hereby given that J II. 1anler. way ef St. cloud Sugar Belt Railway and n4! of Cost
w'i section township 25. of SO also all
Jim Tumblln reports his buslog ed the iith day of Jun. A. D louo. has s r ; C. Bryan Klssimmee. Fte .S S 88 |
successful filed said certificate In tny AfOce. and baa made fractional eeetioaa and township III s of r 55 8 8 *
enterprise as a one W. B. llaklaaea KlesimsMO. Fla . .. ....10O ,12 a m HHprn Lv. Norfolk . 6 8 25 ?
appliCAtioD for tax deed to lain In accordance e: al.ow4ofsoctionStownsbIp" at a of r 30 e; Ly.I..tmm a m DlC
;; aDd llcClelland appears complacentover with law. .. .,C. HeLene It.............. Fla . 20 I SSm p m Ar. 2 10PJ B a |:
alto !< of seK section V township lii of 29 e .Jaon..le 0 .JakloDyle 0
his of the in Said certiorate embraces the Y
part enterprise following described J. E. Lupfer Kisslmmee.. . . SS I Lv. 930am Lv.. '
a m 2 30 Df'
4 fact property situated In Osceola that lies ne of the railroad; lease from; A E.Whaley i Jacluon..le. 3 p m ;
live trades and county
we are a people ',ULvpfer Kiseimmea.. . . ..10 Ar. . .. m 8 i mAr. 8 '4 14 iia
fully able to support our home mer .Florida to-wlti '-net-4. neK of..I... and alf of seH section NCfolk 3. Z p KI.llmm. Up, m ,p ..., ,
Nwuof Bee. .. T. 36 South. :2t ,
chants. nwH Range 0. w'J and nH of ne-i! suction 8. :and all that part I Witness the bands and seals of the. said leoorporators. DC

Watermelons were ftl"y1 late this ?The .r.r't..d' being assessed at the date of of section. that hue w of canal township W a of i Quickest Line! Double Daily Service, |

. :year. Mr..Fertio was the first Co Introduce th..issuance of such certificate. In tbe name ofOeo. rill e; also all of tbe timber. en section 7 township t:. A. CARSON. ISeelJ .

them into our markets. These Unless Main.said Certificates bali be redeemed according lII.ofrlO.eo! lease from W. C. Base-lota 1.1 I. A. CRANFORD. )Seal] Trains No. 82 and No. 85 carry Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars betwee4

were of fine flavor and fair sire.. The to law tax deed will 1 tame thereon onSbe25thdayofAuzn. :3. *. 4. Ii,C.'. S. 9, to. 11. U.: U. 14. 15. 14. 17. 15. 15. I IIII W. M WILLIAMS.. [Snail Port Tampa and Charleston S. C., and Charleston and Norfolk, ;/ U
Drawdy plantation has produced the I .%, A. I). l>07. \! I'J,. S3. *i S5, 36 K. W. W. 40L 41. 43. '43. 44. 45. Eo L. Lzsbr.: [Seall Va ,
Witness official and seal
0 largest but they were late. Oranges my signature this 46, 47 aa shown by Plat ef Eden ia section 28 M ItA TZ. [SunS] I.rTI
(avail) the26tbday ofjuiy.A. D. IW7.K THE ATLANTIC
-. ; are of fair size for the season but tbe L. t. ttUY.: township 35 sot r.ft.. also all erf* of nwVf of H. STAFFORD.. [Seal] S COAST ,LINE

prospects are for a short crop. Fodder Clerk Circuit Conrt. snction 28 township 2&.of r 3$ e that lisa of N, B. CARSON. [Seal] TI'a

_ 4 pulling; and rain came together as By Arthur E.Donegan.OsoTola D. C.Count, Florida right 01.way of Atlantic Coast Une railroad. aslt S D- C. LEE. [SeaI1K.C.BBYAH.Seal] Write for illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive list ol

usual. The present corn crop does now run. through sold forty alee all that part of ] hotels, etc. 7,
-- - ------- -
not prognosticate a very heavy. yield, neSs of ae4! and e'!
,which Is a misfortune that causes this Notice ot Application to Sell lies on tbe north aide ef Shingle creek as* It now O..c. MeLCAN. [Seal] J. W, CAa T. P. A. Tampa Fla. J.. O. KIBKLANO, D. P. A.. Tampa, Fls a

country to. be, ,afflicted with high Lands.To rnns la section:S3 township 21s of r '2* .: nil of J. K. LUFFER.: Weal] %v'. . CAI P. T. M,: .1'. C. WHITE, O. P. A..Wilmington, N. C ;
_ _ ,
$ rtcei. the above subject to the terms and conditions of L LUPFER. [Seal] B'

The prospects for a wet and dry All U Whom May Concern: said -. A larger part of said leasn ... Isanownby 8 ta.. ., Florida./8.I ' -ii. Alwas

lectloa do not appear -to be.very having ......' worked and a County of Oaeeola.I w LIC

,' promising. Our people appear very Notice la hereby given that the undersigned as large part of aame having nearly expired. The Before me, a Notary Public la and for UwStato

well satisfied with' conditions as' they Administrator of the Estate: 01 Jerry M. Potter. aald Jerry M. Potter having a one half Interest Innil of Florida pereooaJlv appeared C. A. Careen T. 4"" I

Sj xlst,. but they are very Jealous] of dsessss.*. will make application to floe Minor S. of the shore propetlf. Atea the following A. Cranford. W. M. WU1__ B. L. Lesley.' M. Br.

:. any Infringement. .- Jon_. Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit U and owned by said Jerry M Potter la his own right; Ksts.: H. C,Stanford N. U. Careen D. O, ... c 0 C. A. ..5N. ....... N. C. BKYAN, Secretary.

Miss. Alice was a visitor atv tb. old for tbe county of Oeeola and State of Florida at .the ne i of naYs of nwK section 11 township% .i CBrrasW. B. Makinsoa. O. C. McLean. J. : S

borne on Saturday soda' part ot Sunday tltuerllle. riorlda\ or waereover he found. of r 2$.. containing, neres'more or lea*. E. Lupfer. .. U Lupfer well known: to me and 4 17 Z3C

-t last.. I oei the l Uiday uf -'. A.IS. 1WT.\ area 'soon This Itt1a day of July. A. D. 1W7.E. known: to me to be the Indrviasah. described la 4

: Rogers appeared once more on the I thereafter as he can be heard foe aa order. to aell :. 1> p. OVIROTRKKT.: and who subscribed and,'who executed the fora- :! Carson :

snail route on Friday last, reporting I private sale UM Interest of U.. aaid Jerry M. W. J. SEARS. Administrator. going Charter, and severally acknowledged to 4 Waters & Grocery Co.t

friend Early stricken with, fever. I i Potter fat and to the following real estate situated I Attorney for Aclmlala__. and before ma that they executed the aaeae for.

-. The general health ot 'our oommu- ta the eoaatr of Orance and State of Florida. I the nuns and!purposes 5-

Iiy Is only talr.,. Exposure to the tewKt Tbe west MefaeaUenSI .vwnaai M .ofr2 t witases ........". I have hereunto set my S_T ,___ '________ __-WkeleaaU sa 4 .etallT>aalerl.- ,

,, ran bas caused very many of our citizens e: also the following. lands situated in' the I band and axed my eAoisl seal at",Kieafananee.County I

_t to retire, to ,the complaining: eevatr of Berriea and State cf Georgia,and ... of Ososola.Stoto.f Florida. thin.tBO day a IB

4: trroands' bat nothing of a serious. nature senSed as follows: Lot I Bkxk S7 and lot S Block Brine us your.Job Printing.. of ..... A. D. 1ST. RE
has as yet developed. Mia the town of Milltowm. county: and State [Seal] ROMA THOMAS: :

'Our, school Is to begin' nest Mon aforesaid. The Interest of the suM Jarr M. .... ... ,. C Notary PubBe Stats eg Florida at Lars' Ruben

'flay* Prof. ,Hubbard has been secured tar U nnateaamsbelaeT none half interest. My CeaHaMan. exptrea. February te. ItlL
as principal and a young man Thk' the IItIo day of Jnlr.A. D1WIE. .- :: \ __ 3W ?

; by the name of Alderman from Bas S ... D. OTKRBTRXET.V I : LOG
r Pond I
tn.... a.. a..lltaD'.1', Is a treat misfortune AdmUistratorof XetnUef Jerrr M. Fatter' 4.S .-. Notice. to Debtors and Credit Your Wee" HAY_ :I, I ABATES, : j iMraa

that) circumstances should exist eaeeoLt Is out bf order..' Yon' go to- bed Inubadhumoraudgetup "It.

-_- that render It necessary to begin __W.J.BEARS.-AUerne*few Admialetmtar.Notice. ., S ors. with a bad GRAIN. I 1 B' T 0.' ; !

: the heated Alp.reun.having claims. agsine* the estate( You L"
.v* the* Institutions daring taste In your mouth want something __ S '
terraChildren, sweltering andvr' an.August Albert E.Heard. .aneasil late. ef 'the Coaaty: to stimulate your liver. Just
en Apsllcatle
sun do not learn much. Take notice. that\ I will on the tNC Thnreday efC of OeeeeU. Btnte :ef Florida.are try'Heroine, the liver regulator e A .,, -.a .;.

\ Mr. Rube Jehus, who removed with, tsaer.107,sr..aeon thereafter .. t may hehear4 present the name to the anderelsrnsd. ne gCaeeetrte. -. positive. cure for Constipation,I Dyspepsia i ;1
'' 1 Ail from this place last i ei>si1y alt aUnd within. the Uese prnmBisdhymw.evtheeneMwiaheforwcerbarrea.antaU' and all llvercomplalnw.. Mr. : 3 0
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