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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 16, 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: VID00294
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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: COLUMBIA COLLfGfREADY nav. And doss < that
we would be able to !gel pure milkat sufficient
property to sustain them, . ,
FOR WORK present prices' BOYS UNDER' ,AGE: and misspend what they. earn without I Afid Sec :
View ,
In of-these. fact, U It Hot beet providing for themselves or the I ,,' A
to let the staf. the .
cows on streets .
support their families
New President TSsues?; Circular their Doubtless. theM consideration have A Heavy Penalty Provided. for Selling wandering' or stro111og.'around! persons from Free' "',AirSortsor" '

effect with the city. council and place to place without lawful "
Asking Co-operatioif the why no attention. has been paid ] or Giving Them to purpose or object habitual loafers \ ..

Baptists of the State;; to these clamors, FAIR Pf'AY., 4 Minors.The II1'e' and disorderly persons, persons .. I
neglecting all lawful business and
c The new president of Columbia Birthday Party. 1 fast session, of the legislature habitually spending, their time by NEW THINGS M Y
College evidently a pusher Judging enacted law the ,Cal and get the ... '
The party by whlch-Mrs. L. A.Pon., ; a strong forbldlng frequenting ,homes of 111 fame,
from circulars already mailed togreat a der entertained in honor of little! sale or giving to minors of cigarettes, gaming houses or Crippling shops; For

many people-copy of which we Martha. Ponder' fifth birthday Thursday ' cigarette paper, tobacco eta, and the arsons able to work, but, habltally. :

herewith i produce: afternoon, August 8, was *a delightful -;. ,violation. is punishable by a heavy living upon the earning of their New Standard

Newman Ga.-6m.. '810:>'. affair. After-the guests. had fine. This act which was aoprovedon wlvel'II' minor children, and all

Dear Brother:, assembled on the. veranda they ,were May 22 1007 provide as'' follows: able-bodied male persons over the
The Time is too short for many Invited Into the.darkened parlor, Section No. li;That It'shall here- age of 18 years who are I.I.FaShion5heet .
words. You know that, theFlorida lighted only by the. five candles on after be unlawful In the. Sate of FlorIda means of- support sAd wli.hOUt.j ; Men's

Baptist Convention baa accepted the the little maid's cake; They were for any corporation company,firm Idleness, shall be deemed ;

d magnificent offer of Lake City. The !then Introduced to Midget". and the: or' person to sell, barter furnish .or and upon conviction shall be subjectto

property transferred to the. ownership "Dorcas Society," which brought give away, directly I or Indirectly to the penalty provided In section I I a IT'S.A. BEAUTY: a !II r

and control of the denomination Is peals of laughter from the little ones. I any minor"any' cigarette, cigarette 3l7I.;' I Women'sand : {
or substitute for either; --'-......-- :,. 4
admirably i adapted< to college purr Little Martha was a dainty. figure In wrapper soy --- I'
V e ..nd'i. easily worth S250.00o.00 soft blue mull and. proved herself an or to procure lor,-orw persuade advise The Value of Rap e for Hogs. It illustrates the most '

above the 115,000: in money which ideal. hostess.,: counsel or compel any child under Tha following timely. bulletin has, I I' up-to-date styles ina Children's'
goes with it. 'The' Florida Baptists Those Invited were: Misses Irene said age, to smoke spy 'cigarette. been Issued by the State Agriculture .
get In a day what' it has taken Bap Franklin, Lots, Johnson Mildred and Section. 2.-Any such corporation! Bureau. : v ] way that will 'I

ttstt In other. states h..U.a, .century, to Margaret Wino, Lenora Van Duzor, company firm .or person violating any I It is nearing the time. for the farmer I delight you. ,I
provide. -' Maurine Dann Grace Graves, Norma of the provisions
In the organization of theFaculty. Griffin Norma Reeves, Norma Duke the. first offense, upon[ a conviction winter pasture for the hogs.' One .
the Trustees, much to my surprise Grace Gilbert, Elma Johnston Maule'Helle thereof. :be fined Ib: any sum not more- of the best crops' tor this purpose is :
, ine Harris than $50 nor less than '10; and for a ,
for The and Lillian
, .have chosen President, Josephineand rape. Rape:Is a plant of the mustard : ,
Is and the labor Dorothy. MakitsonLeolallogan. second and .any subsequent offen.e..uch '
responsibility great faintly, very closely related to the
,1s arduous, but, with the. cooperationof Mamie Pllley Lucy Pierce Leona corporation'''company;, firm or' cabbage, turuip etc. Its native. homeis STANDARDPATTERNS '

the 'pastors In the State, the possibilities ,, Hoberson, Ellen and Martha. Ponder; person l shall upon conviction' thereof, Europe; and highly prized .there AT1KATZ'S
more than.
are beyond the conception of Masters Rodney and Lon Dann be fined in any sum'Dot M a crop for all classes of farm animals. .,
; man. The Trustees meet In a few Sheldon ,Johnson, Sam and Straten. 1100 nor less than,810, and to which Bulletin. Uo. 78 of this Station
i days to perfect tbe organization and Story, Paul Blackwell, ,James and may be added( Imprisonment exceed-In t.heooun'l reports. a yield of 27,200' pannds per None Higher ?
jail for an"perlod not I \
to make an official announcement to Ralph Williams. ,Julian Johnston.. acre of the Dwarf Essex, variety I +- I ,
I j the public In the meantime. as arrangements -- -- ing sixty days. (which .Ii ,considered the best forFlorida ,-. ,
Why I lain a Pythian. Section 3.-It is hereby made tbe. '
being made to ,
are open conditions) :on rather ,light! uYrN
of sheriffs oonstables'their deputies
tbe college about October let, we "The Pythian" published at Chicago duty sandy soils well manured. -
cannot afford to loose an hour In i ; offered a prize for the best 'or any police officer to enforcethe Rape does'well on nearly all kindsof v t
provision of this act and be may
getting ready for It. t appeal to you article not exceeding three hundred minor who have 'or soil; but ,like many other 'crops,' Kwv vVw%* atiValAb aM1W WNtiSunny
(, and to all Baptists of Florida for words, on the subject. "Why I remain summon any may the better the soil, thff I larger yield'
have had In Ms possession cigareuesorcigarette'
active immediate and material assistance. ,in the Order" and the judges any will be secured. An old vegetablefield
Enclosed find a postal card awarded' the prize to E, Lawrence material;and compel would be an ideal spot, and South Stables. r rINGRAM
him before the ..
testify county
addressed to me at Lake City Fla. Lee a member of lola Lodge No. 83, would only require the addition of a .,
Please write upon It the names and Dayton Ohio;who wrote the following: judge or any Justice of the. peace as small amount of fertiliser, say 200 .

post offices of all the. boys and girls "I retain my membership In the. to such where cigarettes and. of or,whom cigarette he material obtained: I; 01'300 pounds 'of a- !good vegetable I & (GILBERT, ,Proprietors.IIYERY.SALE .

of your acquaintance. who might Knights of Pythias, filrst, because my fertilizer containing about the' following -----".a..awawa..a .
Section ..-That all laws and parts -
potslbly be Induced to go to Col urn. birth. and adoption into that. glorious : Ammonia, 6 per cent., phosphoric J
bla College at Lake'City. for an Academic Order awakened me to full realizationof of Jaws in conflict with the provisionsof acid, 7 per cent., and potash !i BROADWAY
this act hereby repealed. 9 and BOARDING $
are ,
Grade or for.a College education my'duties. and debts to humanity, 8 per cent. On poorer'soils the 1
or for a course "& the Pract... I am therefore grateful. Section. ts.-1'ha' this act shall take aaonuc, of fertilizer should 'be 'increased I . .oJ ...._ toe: ;' S'f R rd,
effect immediately Its .. -
Business life. upon passageand to " $
scat Arts of Home or of 'Second, because I know if 1 live double this amount. Work '

The time Is so short I beg you to faithfully to my brother Knights 1 I approval by the Governor, ,'. the. fertilizer into the soil well before :Well equipped with New Stock dud Vehicles and$

give this matter. Immediate attentionand will do the same by mankind In < mall the card so that it will be. one has. but to know''' the. tenets, Rape may be planted at any\ tune faction. : i'
In Lake City next week when I reach F. C. B., and understand, that they during the months of September or 1' ,

*that place.. We are' able ,if we are represent Friendship, Charity and Florida's Political Seas are Comtawtty October. ,.With; favorable conditions, .. .

willing and God will give us great Benevolence to'realize that.I 'they encompass Che.Kl.a.;, It ought"to' afford good ;pasture. in ; . ...,HEAVY, HAULING! A' SPEClALTX-I J
success if we only strive to win' It. all that Is good and beautiful "Thedeolsloaof T. Jennings six to eight weeks/ ;
..jIII. tbe working forces, for Columbia io life, and are never-falling tor of Pensacala, not to becomes candidate Rape may be planted in drills or , ***
College will you not register your the betterment and elevation. of man for'governor has; been received broadcast. If the ground '1. badly

name among the first, and by, faithful kind. with. deep regretby his friends throughout Infected with seeds of noxious, weeds .
continuance in well-doing prove yourself "Third, because when the Inquisitor . the. State. Seldom has's opportunity ft will be better. "to plant. In drills and !!

among the best? With the, start puts forth! the leading questian. been brighter or more de give some cultivation. Rape ,1s

we have. in grounds and buildings and What is your religion?" I have the fined. There has beea.uo. doubt rather'a( slow grower at first; but ;

outfit, by dlllgenae and cooperation I distinguished and honoroble previlege among his friends" that he could, be. after reaching the height of three or ,IsleswoffhN'urseties '

Ewe 1 cap do great things' for God and of reolying'The Order ofKoightsof elected if ,he would only make the, four Inches It grows very rapidly.If . : : .
humanity. Will you look on with Indifference Pythias, and I need no Other*' race, and his withdrawal from the,. planted In drills, havehe"' drills ,
t.lkea stranger or wlll you "Fourth, because. no matter where list of candidates hai.been a keen and.not more than two feet or two. and a ,CHASE &:oo'f PPOPRIETORS.:, ,J;'WpISOAliff'MiareWewill ': t ,

take hold with vigor'. and help' like a I wander, I shall find'a welcome. and bitter disappointment'to'them;" writes half feet apart. It is the, writer's. : ready \
have for next: Fall'and Winter plantIDIl'a"lreoera(] '
brother I await. your reply withgreat good warm hands to'grasp mine, open Miss. Jefferson Belt;of' Tallahassee I opinion that more satisfactory, re. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees"of all leading ,,...rle-'' rt
expectations.Yours fireside., before which I mar sit and in the PensacoH Journal.* suit will be obtained If It Is.. plantedIn ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
very truly eat and drink In comfort, with a cheer i"The political horoscope is"rapidly' ., for the following reasons SourOr"oIfeI"OOLI. guaranteed. free from in.ecta of..n7IdDd. \.
G. A. NUNNALLY. and double welcome changing.and. the situation will "de- First, there Is lets'waste' when pastured All budded from bearing trees in our groves and"therefore true to<

"Flftb.'bee".e. should adversityknock velope rapidly la the next few weeks. as hogs will naturally. walk name. Our facilities for growing ,IIUI'I8I'I'.1Oe are' second to
---- -- -- - none and our trees are as fine as money,and twenty year's exper-'
at. my humble door or sickness The larger,percent of Mr/Jennings1 between the rows'hence thev. ,do, DOt* -'. lenoe can produce, We are making a specialty this,season of the '
Easy Money.The lay me low, I am assured that the. support are turning their thoughts towards .trample 10.'maDT plants or l leaves famous California Valencia Late, which is desttngd to become the'
laws the last leglsjature wife of my heart will not suffer want, Hon..' N. C. Stockton or W," J. under foot. Second less 'seed will be greatest money-maker in Florida.' Our Valencia buds come di-' xd

have just come out and some-. -or, should the Great.Chancellor see fil. Bryan as a leader of their forces. required. 'Third' ,"drilling will, permit ... .rect dncing from.the. the best best Valencia bearing! In trees,California.In the district'now famous' for' pro* t
of them are mighty Interesting reading to call me from the rank., and leave Whether Mr. Stockton or' Mr oul'hatlollInudolt larger yield ?

this. one especially: my little ones unprovided for,J know Bryan can be Induced: to ente.* the. The amount of seed required per acre Write for, Prices to J. W. HOARD,. Ootha. Fla.,'pr;call and see our Nur-i ,

''Chap_ r MHO. Whoever sells or my death will be' their birth Into' a race no one here ;yet knows. I. will vary from'threeto fire pounds,. . series at Waco'on Florida.Midland R R.. a '

causes to be sold any"spirituous, vln- family that. Is cared for' and watched The lion..Jefferson a. Browne has depending upon whether Is plantedIn e \.
e .
ous or malt liquors In any county over by thousands of upright, honorable already made his announcement, and drills or sown broadcast. ..6c c alklAc1c8s> cA dkiArcark t>1kir'r t,,
which has voted against the sale\ of ., end noble fathers, who will nestle the Ho.n W. H. Ellis, it is understood Hogs may be' turned into the field

such liquors, shall be punished by them in the bosom of that. grand ,' will formally 'announce soon. and allowed to pasture on the 'rape ,
Imprisonment not exceeding; one yearor Pythian Home enfolded 'neath the From Marietta comes the'rumor. or vat maybe cut' and: fed to them; S. &
R. Floyd ,Go.
floe not exceeding one thousand cloak of Damon and protected by the that the Hon..William H. Milton will With this latter method! much"; larger ;

dollars and the cost In each case shall flaming sword of Pt.hl.-Pt.hl&a. enter the race and would naturally yields will be secured floats. Is taken I

include fifty dollars which shall be Triangle. carry the strength. of west' Florida In in cutting. If cut so as to leave. the. t

paid to the person furnishing the. tes Again. .,the campaign., stubs five or six Inches high, a"second GROCERS .
timooyupon which the conviction Is SteamersRunning "The Hon. A. C.. broom's friends and under, favorable', conditions, a I

secured, and'the same shall be paidto For the first time in eight monthsthe .have repeatedly urged< him to become t.hlrd-croJ may be secured/, -

such person whether the 'same !Is steamer/ Juanlta, Capt. Walter; a candidate for governor, recognizing = .'l'IJWI'IRM-i NEW GOODS, i >'
collected: from the convicted party or Mobley, one' of;the. regular steamers his strength of mind! and charectar, When John L Was Umpire. _

not." emnloyed on the run from Kissimneeto but so far Mr. Croon has declined to John I.. Sullivan several ear.I.IrO'
That Is certainly a stem winder and t Baslnger came up through) the entertain. ; the proposition." '
r umpired ''game! at, Weebaken, : of Hifh Grade Fresh '"
turn de. Soulhportcanal. and. anchored the : ,
fit at
who can i
body sees ,
any N. J.., between, abe"Welt New'. York '
Family and/'Fancy Groceries
evidence New Vagrancy Law. "
Uctlve and If he 'gets the. city wharf last Monday. Field Club and the old Ironsides, of '

J will get his WO\ for every conviction, The Juanlta. will not !go on her The State Legislature amended at Newark the oldest., ..semiprofessionalteam t" FREE- DEjLIV/ERY' .. .tt
as sure- a. if the. money was alreadyin regular run for about two weeks ;yet, its last session the vagrant law, which in the country". Castro; then a. 4 i t
the bank. but will be engaged In baullllJr'roaiD clearly. defines whet constitutes these member of the Manbat.t"D" 'College Prices < '
Now go lo work If you want some for McConnell Cole & Co. turpentine .a< monfl1.---Potk County Recore operators at. Gardner who while they follows semi-pro catcher were the< Ironsides. V .
county : -,--- : battery. Sullivan was umpiring be __9' ;_. '
-- have tnanged' their 'Y? 'q'rw a1F'Y 4r'Ynbnq _
get spiritsthrough 'iYr Xl'
'Be enscted by the Legislator[ hind 'the pitcher. During tbe first
The Other Side.. by a 'combination of boat State. of Florida:', Inning when" O'NsIl received the ball ,
Editor Valley-Oasette: and team during the long drought, "Section 1.. That section 35TO of be would work the catcher's ,trick: of

Up to this'time the writers' on ,the have accumulated quite a quantity of the general statutes of the t State> of .I and pulling then a hold wide the pitch ball toward'asking the for plate a 1d

,I I"" .'Corr.'Nuisance" have all been on one rosin,,which it will take some time t.omo.e. Florida 'shall bead' ,the .same, Ie',strike ,The scheme didn't 'work with +

side. Let.I. see ,tt' Dir ,cannot ., hereby amended so as to read' as I.John L.. and he passed ,a -couple of L CAII8O.. 'Jorlr cab Las. 'lt' .;'c .... ,
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the"batters. >After tbe Inning was earl. a'f
the other side; follows: ,2 r,
be said on Mr. Drought Stricken.Col. over Sullivan said to Castro. in.' his
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The people'ot' Klsslmmee do net 3570' ,(2642V :Commitment.* 'full, deep voice: "Say,pitcher 'you 'State Bank' of Kissimmee
need to be told that if the cattle,;were P. A."VMS, Agnew ,received Rogues and vagabonds, idle: 01":41; if- 'I'tell that young fellow to cutlthat out' . '

': taken off the streets'the 'grass '"would information yesterday, morning :that solute persons wbo go about begglnjr, I or I'll cut him out of the game. And 'Kissbumee, .Pha. ,
nuisance than the Mr"A'E. Drought, bad suffered a common gamblers. ) 'who UJat0811"! O'Neill took the hint and iI ..
to soon be a greater persons >are 'pulled no more wide ones,*: r..t.:; .,.. ItirAb
;, things| complained( of, and the ladles. stroke of paralysis .as Tampa," and Juggling, or unlawful games or plays, Later-ht the game :Tom ,Brush of U. CA"TAL"'j!_',' ''','.(i..h': ao- 000" a
{j wbo are so' ..distressed about theirsklrU was at the home of Mrs-; .. 8. Douglass common pipers and fiddlers, .common the'West New York, took a.desperate '$YOCaletbaIUAIWTY.y.$000iO: !

; would have to reduce their' dimensions In aver/serious condition. The drunkards," common night ,walkers, chance and tried too,, steal borne ,.BI'081TOItS ..wVltI1'Y.-.o''i' ... __000 eoj 4 .t
-Thecatcher him : ,
third touched .
mod Information stated that his. traders from ; .. '
c or eleTate. them above shoulderand ' thieves,, pilferers In' ;stolen fully a ward ,from 'the rubber, but 'r ) : .
.attainments.. ,Or the ,ctty'would :.aide'was parallaed., and that It propertyi lewed wtpton., and, lascivious Sullivan called Brush;safe. Nobody .roll p ... c.Nf..ICHI gives 'io"a's ""'r8 ...,
have to institute a system ,jot"mowing was 'doubtful if he 'would invar persons,' keepers of1 gambling disputed ex-champions., decision trr.t.t,*f,..., Bzcksrgey! gvodat_ail polite at< c..t: '
that would cost. a rood deal more than tptwver from the stroke., "Mrj Droughthas places, common milers and brawlers. ,. but after the game be ...leI m "I.3 knew fates. \-otJ'. "t '
'the washing does now;,. Then U..008' a large circle of friends here >who parsons wbp'sieglect' their''.calling'' or that wouldn't. fellow was call oat anybody at the !;plate out-who,;;,, butI . ,., .. fUSlNE5S'SOLICIat ",, ;

7 .to',.those who Veep 'cows :would ,be will be learn of" his.; mis employment, orare''without/;rea' D. had the nerve to take> ,a ehanc. ,like . ,. ,..
treatly, increased" in 'the':',paronase- Of fortune... .,.... ably continuous, employment,' 'or. t.laMl"-Ka;, .,, 4 '
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porlenc;'I watched t for-a few moment, I t - -.- .... L Ii'" S S S S .... S a_ _a._ a a _.... .. ._ ..., ... \) L' '

} before I entered the glade, and then 1 srnIKE"UNIVER'SA i

: 'S. REVENGE law ,,-hrtho elephant: \ had trumpeted. . o

There lu the middle of the glade,, _
stood a great inaned )Hon. : Doings in Florida 'a

.. -o -tort I 4Ifo Ire stood, quite fitlY making a soft. WalkOut'of Telegraphers
purring noise and waving his toll to

; .,ALLANUATEflMAIN'SGBEATEST: ADVENTURE. and fro.Presently. the grass about forty yard;} ,j -; -' r 'w 'r .... Spreaas in All DirectIons;

,. '- ., on (the higher' side of'him' gave a'wide Teachers.. :
: '< : i
I I 7 ripple,.and a llouess sprang: out of it A : : attendance upon

By H. .RIDER HAGGARD.Sht like a flaCb, and. bounded noiselessly. ' school at Tal TRAFFIC BEING CRIPPLED : ,,

: of"Sht," "SingSalomon'/ Nnn,4' Etc.t up to"the lion, adopted the 'ot!

. .... .. .. Reaching: him the great cat beltedsuddenly !
""''' -'''' ''''' '' -' -. ":'\ purl !?
: : :X '> : :: "_ _ _ and rubbed her head against !
F .,_ _. _' .:""': :;:;;." . .. . . << we expres cur Officialsfo1 Both Western Union andPeltsi
------- ----- '> ------- - -" Mil shoulder. i

,- CDAr-ER lit, .. Z 5 supply of vegetable food from the krnal Then they both began to purr loudly 'no I the untiring year || Companies Declare -They 1; t:

consideration services renderednnd" no loudly that I believe that one might oiade ot public
In of Will Never Treat With :-
Telefrraphers' -
,. Continued left them with my ble ,lnl:'. in the stllluea* have heard them two M. HOllow )', and f

Having taken the fence, they thought I do not know how they settled mat- hundred: yards or more away. ral for securing Union. !1 f!

I tlrnt they .might as well take the huts ton. because I havo- not seen thorn After awhile, while I was still hesitating ro to the f'
I .
.10. so they just ran rIght over them. what to do, cither ,they'got a r
(\In(: of the enlr: Encouraged by their sueceas.rnhsrn.. "
One hive-shaped hut wa, turned Then I mtnrti-d on, tho spoor of the whiff of. my wind, or'they wearied of the In the ; 'j:
<< securing
.traljtbt over upon it* top, and when three liuli*., I Mantling stili.'!Jnd determined to start perlng the facilities of both commer: ,,
; 'I arrived'on the scene the people who, ); of miles" or *o beiowthekruNl In sctirrh' of game. 4 'rIce make the Sum. t
For u coupe* cial' telegraph. companies In Chicago
tad been sleeping there were tumbling I" as Car, Indeed a*, the belt of At any rate, ns'Uiough moved by a possible ,
,about $Inside like'' bees disturbed ctI s-namp that bordered the river, the t'OnlU1olllrnpule! they suddenly bounded the extead to Prof. the striking operaors''are' now, plan 1

f ICht. :while .two more were crushed I ground this spot 'rather stony, nn-ay leap by Ienp.nnd vanished the faculty our sin.' ning to carry the ,w.rfar. to all pennof r "

.flat, and a third Lad'all Its' side. torn and clothed with scattered bunhes. the depths of the forest to the left. j Ue Is labors In our be. the United States and Canada. In- '

flit Rain had: fallen toward the daybreak' I waited for a little while, longer to Circuit( unceasing efforts tructlons were telecraphed' Sunday by
.1 Oddly enough however, nobody was and this fact together-with the natureof tee If there were nny. more yellow I ) National-Secretary Russell '
a : us correct ideals to the men %t ,, .
liurt, though; several people had a narrow the soil! mcde tpoorlng a very difficult skins about, nnd seeing none, cause to. j with "' : In New YorK and other cI.h. to "save
escape of being trodden to death. bimness. the conclusion that the lions onURt, bare "
I On arrival found the old headman The wounded bull had Indeed bled frightened the elephants away, and j (,01JgI ; extend to Pres- their .money and await orders.". '-' '

In a state painfully) 'like that favored freely but the ruin bad washed the tbat.I had had'my stroll for nothing. i )' hearty apvrDela The telegraph'companies are prepar-,

l>y Greek art, dancing about in front of blood off
!hls ruined abodes ai vigorously. as ground being PO rough and bard, bad thought I heard a bough break upon, ton. : Female col- they will fight to a finish. They' declare -'

ithoujrli, he had just been stung by a hot taken tb '"t 'otwU'ks so clearly! as the farther side of tho glade, and. rash j I they have been temporizing with

.corvlon.: "was convenient. as the proceeding was, I followed the To I (express our the union for months, and that they
I asked him what ailed him, and he However, we got plong, though! : slowly sound, I I )' for the wilt bold no further negotiations with:;
burst Into a tlool1.of abuse.H jirirtly by the cpoor. anil partly by I crossed the glade as silently as my One
called me a wizard a sham n 'Ings ) which contrib the representatives of the men .on
carefully lifting leaves nnd blades of own shadow.On I (
fraud a brlnper of bad luck. grassnnd finding blood l underneath"Ihem. Its father; side the path went on. Lake and.I picas- strike. Cots have been Installed 'in the

lind-promlsed to kill *I4| elephant for the blood gushing from' n Albeit with 'many fears, I went 011, j I : at the summer buildings of both companies in Chicago

and I bud so arranged' things that the wounded animal often falls upon fbell'ItlOE'r too. neck, for the accommodation of strikebreakers

Vlcpliants bad nearI7 killed him, etc. surfaces, and then. of course, unless '- The jungle growth: was so thick here and copy of these and other preparations fora

This, sMll smarting:, or rather achlnj. the rain Is very heavy, it is' not that It almost met overhead..leaving for publication." bitter struggle are being perfected. '
.n I was from that most terrific bump. over l j
washed away so email passage! : for the light that I I "We filling positions
was too much for my feelings, so I just tr to are as rapidly,
It took u*. something: over an hour "oulEcal'ecly to
( see grop layway "
;made n rush at my friend: and. getting oDd a half to rc.tch the edge of the along. year, I Jamestown. as possible, laid T. I' Cook, general '

jlilm by the ear, I bnneed his beadgainst tank became. .. ntd'then -' ctlve made lota superintendent of the Western Union.
marsh, but once there our : i Presently, however widened,
Ja the! doorway of bill own hut. much easier for the soft oil showed ( opened Into a second( glade slightly I the Floridians to RO "We are In better position than wexpected. e , '

:.which/was all there was left of4t. plentiful evidence of the great brutes' smaller luau the first, and there, on cash .- Septem We will not deal with aDtt

Yon: wicked old scoundrel! 1 '!laid. pUlllage. the. father side of it, about eighty J :; special: feuiureH representative of the striker as tbeoni'Lany

"You dare to complain about your' own Threading our way through: the ,:-nrds from IIII'. stood the three enor- for the ccriulin, ; only treats with Its own employees. ,
.trifling Inconveniences, when ;you gave'ane swampy land we tame at last to n mona elephants.They jouriied: of .
( one ;he gaIt 1 When the men Quit work
,II\ a rotten beam to sit on, and there ford of the rl > and here could tliua, ring
? r, -we stood : Immediately opposite
: Moth the they ceased to be employees of the
11J1. lIvpr'd me to the fury of the dc.hant" '
nee where the poor wounded animal and facing; ice was the wounded at
) (Bump, bump. bump;!). "when bad- lain down In the mud mid water: 0I.t ut1ked bull. lakvn Line rail Western Union, and our relations with

your own 'WIfe" (Bump!) "lias Just been III the hope of e.-Uiug: himself! of Ills lie was: leaning Ills bulk against n I not (' :; > \ exceedingly low them are at an end. There was no- p
(dragged out of her hut" {Bump!) "like to the exposi: union recognition in this controversy."
pain and could sec nlso bow his two dead thorn trrc..tll<"- only one in the PJ'O II : '
,, floaU fr m 'Us shell and thrown by faithful companions bad assisted /him place, and looked very sick indeed. I'I by \ The points affected by the strike. unto t
the earth-shaker into '!"
a tree'*" (Bump, to rjge again./ Near him stood the second bull, as (stand I i-omnils- SundaV night were: r

bnnip!) We crossed the- ford and look up though keeping!: a watch over him. exposition, Western Union-Chicago. Houston
_.!'Mercy, my father _mercy!" gasped the. the farther side, and fol-! up. Ill ,
spoor on The third elephantwas! a good deal of Govcin-
tue old felioTT. "Truly I have doueamllllm1' lowed It Into the 'lui h-llka. land be tCD, .a: Kansas City Topeka, Oklahoma City.Pueblo .
nearer to me, an heart tell. ifie so!" th- atl: r.dallr-e New Orlean.86h\l1Ie Columbus ,
yond. - While I was" still staring: at them this lEland : I *
-I should\ hope it did old TilJslnr a; the fair II Ohio) Memphis, Dallas. Meridian t'
;you ( ,
No rain had fatten on thin side of. the. elephant suddenly walked off nnd vanished will be 1.,1
(Bump!) river and tile blood( marks were con-. down a path ,In the bush, to the will bp : | day, and Is en Jackson, Miss.; Minneapolis

"Mercy,' great-white manf! I thought eequeutly much mbro frequent.All right.'There,::: entire low rates for Milwaukee' St. Louis, Helena, Mont; ",

0 the log was sound. But whnt says the that Oay.we followed the three were now two things to be Florida. gccdly\ number Salt Lake City Colorado Spring. (
unequalcd chief.-Is the old .
;Wlft'. Indeed dead! wOman' my bull, now across open plains, aDd now done-either I could go back to the be able to par Denver Fort Worth, El Paso St. j i, .
_ i through patches of bush. camp, and advance upon the elephant : )' celebration. Paul. Los Angeles, Fargo Omaba '
"AlClf she Is dead all yet ,
may prove seemed to Lave traveled! almost 1. at
They en at dawn, or I could attack! them
) interest Sioux Knoxvllle Atlanta.Postal 'I'
to have'betn for the very best!I" | ? City and ,
without stopping, and I noticedthat once.!
And be clasped his bands and looked arranged for -Chicago, Kansas City, Top -
as they' went the wounded bull The first was evidently by far the cola :
up piously to heaven, in which the his tpeeehmaking ka, Oklahoma City. New Orleans Dallas
got up strength a little. wiser and safer c urs@ 11 '
moon was once more shining brightly. the exposition )Memphis Jackson Tenn. Augusta
This I could see from Ills spoor To go for one elephant t>y moonlight ;
I let Ills of the
ear burst
'go and out laughing :
which -liad become firmer and also and single-handed l Is a sufficiently rash overttor lirow- St. Louis. Milwaukee, Birmingham ,
the whole scene and his devout .. which ' the feetthat the other two had proceeding; to tackle three was little llrown., and Omaha.
'plratlon for,tbe decease of the partner stricted
Gf Joys-ror. rather. ""oel-"ere so given up supporting: him. short of lunacy. That tbe strike would be universal t',

:Intensely ridiculous 'At''last evenlnj; 'dosl'd in, and bavvlng But, on the other hand' I knew that district'e'r, not to b-e throughout the United States and, Cannda\
traveled, some eighteen miles we would be the march before to $500 '
they on again "
". counties tw
; 4'o. you old Iniquity, J'answered.. tided within ntY.four hours :was.a. -.r
thoroughly tired
camped And
daylight might
outs thero come
"I left her in tb top 'Or a thorn tree matter .of read declaration made Suni'fy nIght by I
Before dawn the, fo.lowlng day we another day of weary trudging beforeI talcon
creaming like,. thousand blue. Jays. of National Secretary Rurstll df the telegraph 1-
:I'lle were up and the first break of light could catch them up or they might a :
elephant put her there. -
found u."once more on the spoor. II escape me altogether. four years ago : organization.' :This statement t. .
"Alas! alasl" lift said.. the was
hack o'l the, ox Is shaped to"Surely the burden. ' ,(.About half-past 5 o'clock;we/ reached ""ICo," I tb ulht! '-1to .,"myself, "faint \ fa eI." .This ac; was made by Mr. Russell after he had "

d' Doubtless, my father she will comeIown the place. where theelepbants'had foil. heart never, won fair tusk. I'll risk Sand ', saloons : ) ; board metwth| .been p> Informed ', of thea'aetIon'taln( .' ;

.,.... ,< '..when she Is tired.", ... and slept. < , have a slap at tUem. But howf' .; . ; ; : ; : :'by' the"'public, ,by,' the men lnNew'Yok.'wh : ''at.. ,"l'
The two unwounded bull had taken I could not advance the :' I where?i t : : < '
::. j! And without troubling:' himself further across open ; issue in the'last .meeting there, Sunday, decided to bold > .
their fill, as the? condition of the neighboring for would the are
they see aae; clearly only I !
about the matter be began to bloW''At. of the' commis .a walkout-, abeyanceuntil the lat !
the bushes showed but the wounded thing to" do"was to creep round In the was but ; .
smoldering embers of the flre.. on that U- ter part of the week ,j
one bad eaten'nothing'. shadow of the bush and try to come that "
And.a few as a minutes matter of Ister fact considerably abe did appear lIe bad spent the night leaning upon them so. nance not a 'mile 01 "The strike movement," said Russell -. (' I

scratched and startled but none the against a. good-sited' tre-e" which his Bo I started., hour of a few yiara "has come to the point where

,-1' ".,orl.. weight Lad pushed out of the perpendicular. Seven or eight minute of careful saloons excellent prog there can be no backdown. Tbe telegrapher i

After that I made my way to my lit'tie stalking brought me to. the mouth of struck the peo have been trodden upon long; j' ';,

', campwhich, fortunately,the elepbaiits They bad not long left this place, and the path down which tbe thkd elephant I city can boast enough by the companies and we are ,' ,
could not be and to : ,
very far ahead, especially had<< walked.
bad not In going to all
:walked over, and, any couny use our strength to .en
as the wounded bull was now again The other
two about
were now fiftyyards now '
(wrapping tnyself up In a blanket 'wasp to the time force our demands For several wek: *
soon fast '' so stiff after his night's rest that forthe from me, and the pature of the I I thug:
asleep. on. President Small and mytelf have been l.
first few miles the other two'bad
'q. wall of bush was such that I could not btlleved I'
CHAPTER IV.4 'fBOUlfD. been obliged to support him. we how to get nearer to them without I local ( holding the telegrapher bark and t-, fi .

A I But elephant go very quick even being discovered. I difficulty tx- have ben advising conciliation, but \ .
1" has
:. 'Mile .1..AST when thtfy: >iecm to bo traveling slowly, I hesitated and peeped down tbe in oh- they have taken matters In their-own c. .

On 'tbe'morrow I woke up full of for shrub and creepers that almost path which the elephant had followed. high prices hands, and we are going tp stand by. ;

; painful recollections, andnot without stop a man'* progress are no hindranceto About five yards In it took a turn The output\ cf ci them.' i .1.
a certain feeling of gratitude to the them. round a bush.I he '
(Powers, above shipments "No union man will' be allowed to _
that I .
was there to The three bad now turned to the left, thought; that I would just have a >any, '
iwake August 3 being work with anyone not belonging to .
up.Yesterday "
and were traveling-back again in :a look! behind It, and advanced, expecting vay
liad been a tempestuousday !! semi-circular line toward the mountain that I should be able to catch a .Ine the year pre our organization and this mean that ;

indeed. What between buffalo, *, probably -with the idea of working sight of the elephant's tall. 150,070,000. To. the strike will become universal. We

rnlnbeeros and elephant 'It had been around to their old feeding-grounds : As It happened, however,. met his usta' are 164,270000. can't go half way la this matter now. ;:

yery.tempestuous. on the farther alde'of the-river trunk coming round: tho corner.It period pi The strike has been .precIpitated by ',f 4
Having realized this'fact 1 next bethought There for It but '
was nothing to follow la very disconcerting to see an .any Increase for the men themselves without the sanction -
me'of those magnificent tusks, their and followed -
lead accordingly elephant's 'trunk wben
expect to
and you : Is 20715.000: of the national officers! but we
instantly-early It' broke t
as .
was. -with.industry. sea his tall, nnd for n. moment I stood fflces o are now all working tn unison ..'
the tenth commandment.; and
Through all. that long hot day did we paralyzed almostunder the vast brute'shead tel of .
I coveted nay neighbor's tusks, if an tramp, passing quantities of every sort for ho was not five yards from Lad (' of Leon anything that the officials 'of the various f,

';elephant could be said to be my nelgbfcor of game, and even coming across the me.! to tobac unions throughout the country ,"
de jure as certainly; so recently a* spoor of other elephants. He, too, halted: having cither seen or :xecute star that U have done In calling strikes meet r
the previous night, he had been t de But in spite of my men's entreaties, winded me probably the latter, and railway ; parts, of the with our hearty co-opratl:::., j '
facto-* much closerneighbor, Lan 1 \
t -would cot turn aside after these. then,threw up his trunk and trumpeted, arate, A. Mr. Reed \'.'
'cared for'indeed. "would 'have those mighty tusks or with
preparatory to n"charge.. POSTAL
: now registered COMPANY'S RETURN
Now \
when yon covet :your neighbor'* none. I wa in for It now, for I could not I
Roods: tbe best thing. If not tbe most come down to -
By' evening "we were quite close tour escape either to the right or left on ;::: ..J
,moral do Miss tobacco For Taxation In .. .
thing to
( Is toenter, his house came probably within a quarter account pf.the bush, and I. did not dare culture, Georgia I Is Increased 4 '
.as a strong man armeu and take them of a mile but the buih was dense, so turn my back. I ISo I In If satisfied by Arbitration Board.

I was not a strong man, but havingThco'rerea once more vre bad to camp thoroughly I did position His. wife ac ;
tbe'onlv_ thtnnr_ that____ I_ onnld n...__ ,' The board of arbitration In the
my eight-bore. I was armed disgusted with our luck. do. raised 'the rifle and fired at tbe ,!bas case "
? ,and so ;wa* the other strong man the I That night just after tbe,moon. got black'mass of his chest, !I .of the assessment for taxation of the 4

elephant with the tusks.. I up| 'while I was sitting smoking my It was too dark: for me to pick a 'FJorlda will sooq be in property of the Postal Telegraph company I
Consequently I prepared for a strug pipe with 'my back against a tree I shot I "
could I
; only brown It, a* It were. of the : : Work on the in Georgia made report of its ''
I gietetbedeath: beard an elephant trumpet a* thoughsomething' : Tho shot mug out Ilk. tbunCer I p award '
on to
In.. other words I summoned my | on "Kiss: Me Comptroller General Wright 1I
startled It.' not three, the 'Quiet air and the elephant answered , assigned Friday. I
faithful ,retainers'and told them that hundred yard away' it with a scream and then 'j finely, 'and it / 1

I W.*'noW" going to follow) those elephant I was very tired but my curiosity dropped his trunk, and stood for a second ning A in a few The Postal returned Its property at 1c

: over tile, edge of the, world Ifnecessary. overcame my weariness, so. without or two as still a* though he had In the first cedar about $170,000, and the comptroller:

1 ., saying 'Word to any of my men, all of been cut in stone i, be the famous Fa- general assessed It at $356,000. The '

They showed a certain .basbfnlness whom were asleep,;;;! took my eight- I confess-that I lost my head-I ought-a' nature eight year board of., arbitrators fixed It* valuation
,about the business, but they did notgainsay bore and a few spare cartridge "and to have fired my second barrel, but I at $306.000 1fat.BONAPARTE -
me. because they.dared not;: '
steered toward the sound. dfd not. ,
Ever sluce'I had 'prepared with .all The''''pOle path 'which We had ,been Instead of doing so I rapidly opened, I 41. _' .

due solemnity to execute the rebellious following all day ran straight 'on In my 'rifle, pulled.out the old cartridge commit- SEES
", ',Gob they bd conceived ,a,great re-- the direction from Which the elephant from the rgtht barret!! and replaced It. ''to' I for the "-- ',(. t-
sweet for me.I ):.r.rl"truipeted. :But before 1'could I
<< shoot
snap-the breach at
;So I treat up to bid adieu to'the"old It was narrow, but well trodden and to. tbw bull wasat;, me.; ; tobacco exposi Attorney General Visit Oyster .Bay EI

'jeadman. ,whom I found 'alternately tin light truck down upon It In a '. I' laW his great trqnk: fly up Hke a .part"of ; Square for Special Conference.,.'' : ''' 1

eetmplatlng ,tbeTruins. ot ,hi* kraal etrUghtwbtt. line. "" brown beam, and I waited no longer. coach; : ,ln ,September, Attorney' General Bonaparte ,visited ..

,.. ADd with'tfce' able" assistance of his ,V crept along It Cautiously .for. some Turning. fled for dear_rite, and,after Capt.,H. 'successful l. and Oyster Bay Friday for a consultation t :!

|**t.-wtf.thrashing the je 41pulsdy; t'dbuOd'd yards, when It suddenly me'thandered the elephant- Rlley.," : : Originally, antic- 'with President Roosevelt. Mr, ,Bonaparle ',;__ __ __ "c

o.ha4..t,1othe: mealie but.'be- opened into.* mostbeaaUful' glade a Bight Into the open glade I .ran. and ,Hw .. ; 'expects to' was barely possible be "
I eiwsbe 'was. as lie declared,, the 1nt red yards. or 'bore In width' then, think Heaven; jo.t'.a be ,was CorpL. get might'' have' something "f ,t
to make Tarn of Interest ,
author of all hi* .sorrows..' wherein tall grass grew and flat-topped coming up with,me. the bullet took effect , to .t
Leaving them to-work a try through tree stood singly on hIm. .- and best' say later1 :regarding, the conference '

their'.domestIc,difference,, 1 levied 81 I l With the caution born .of long er-: To be continued). talo. ,.the exposition, ? He remained ,to luncheon with thw' .,i ,
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NATIONAL i '* GREED. T ,Negroes RACE RJOl'lN' VIRGINIA I LEFT ON IJALENDAi, DANCING- . 'I .; RIFTS',.'*CHURCH, "- :'D'orio. auf forL ; ,

Flrs 'Upon ,
Latter ,, Whlte' Men and Baptists 'In, Val 'oSt., Ci, Have San. )with seVohiHeadaches ,. '
Burn *
; Urged for Farmers' Union by Building to Get at. i! cations! 'Split-Up 8* *0ss of Dirt| '01 ' '
j A..llan'-Prtnolp.l. Was' for tl ,
Escape -Provision Morgan mlisal' of Erring I Members r t .
Thomas E. Watson. I -
OarFand Beloate Statue by Alabama. *, -1 when .
a white *
hot man, was An 'unexpected spitv-un' In ;'the First

and 'aerlously wounded paturday'Alght J Baptist church of Valdosta Ga., has

at 'OnanCOCk Va., by a been the subject
RECALLS OLD negro .of much discussion
Uxjle '
editor .of a. PuUJUhed LEGISLATUREState ?
paper' locally -
t. y __i
at that place, and caused a B ___________ ___________ krf ___v kt Br
At' the conclusion of hi* 11 o'clock

i:. I. Suggestion Is Made In Campground oegroe"prepared ama11-sized riot. Large numbers of Senate Made Effort sermon Sunday morpiag, the pas.or, _Pm IsrHC I V Q I*

themselves for riot. Every ,to Rev Lu.-n. ChrUtle. announced that
. Speech Before Large Gathering. ing and went into P M M vK JPflHr M W W %_
ambush Push Matter Through, But House he had been requested to, call: a conference "
t Union Must Have .a National Four white men leaving Onancock ,
: Seemed Disinclined) or Was of the church, "which hi pro !'-

t purpose. In a hack were 'made targets by negroes Too Busy to Act. ceeded -to do. Rev Graham Forrester Will Cure'YOu' ,
'I .r-- '
--.... from a grocery seers In the acted as moderator. Rev. ChrlJ'le then
suburb. The Dyer ta the maln-eprinff for the whole body. To expect .| ,
"The Fanners' .Union: .!Is going, to de Their baggage ,Despite the .effortsof the Alabama read his letter .of resignation from good health ono must keep tho liver In good order. To do aoa ,- .
was riddle, with bul. the pastorate'! giving all his principal regulator is needed. Ilerbino liver In tho condition ,
clare. the same principles 'and make lets. The' Identity of senate, to bare the'remaining niche suffer headaches.. >
the 'could reason from
t" meD 4. that he believed the time had it. ibonld be and you -will not
'the. same, fight attempted by the old not be learned. set apart !lit [statuary Washing. arrived for the establishment of another CURE '

,, Farmers' Alliance and In that fight The printing; office of the paper ton .for Alabama taken up by a statueof church In the city;and that mch.' A POSITIVE

to help) which belonged to Uzzel, and the storehouse food could be : l by the 'ANDFEVER. '' '
1 am going said lion Thomas the late Senator Morgan, It 'will\ accomplished FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS
I*; E. Watson, 'addrcsllngan: audlE.Dce'or of Saoutel 'Burton, also'a .lead: not be. The house was either loo busy step. BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
er the.
r; rioting; were burned! to the Fifty-throe other members! Including ,
1 tome 1,000 or 1,200 people In the main disinclined AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS !
ground by the whites early: Sunday or.. to take it up, end, It some of the meat Influential and prominent ,
it tent at the Whlteoak campground: morning went to the" oblivion' '
coasts ;,'of ?, 'left communicants, callej for their

I oven miles from Thomson, Ga., Wed Several .Bogro dwellings were riddled .on the calendar," at adjournment of I utters and withdrew from the church. Has Done A World,'Of Good.

nosday., Theaullence: Includes people with bullets, but no one was The board of deacons 'and
entire "I have
the Marble writes
I legislature. There :'was"opposition, i Mrs. O. D.Philley, Falls Texas
'(f B\e| counties. McDufne, Lincoln, jferlouiriy! Injured excepting oiie negro, 'church clerk also followed the pastor. need llorblne and find It the boat liver corrective I h&TeeTer'' >

Wilkes, Columbia and Warren They who was shot In the shoulder, 't he on the part of one member in the The First: Baptist church is proba tried:' It done my family aa.well myself a world of good, ,

hud met under the auspice fit the negroes Burton and Ucxtl, were senace to have the statue thus placed. bly the leading church of Valdosta., It and I recommend it to aU my frlonds. .1.never suffer foal .

farmers' Educational 'and Co-opera. though to be In hiding places In the but the Vote was unanimous for-It. has a membership of about TOO, and ,headaches anymore.

live- Union, and Mr, Watson' was the store which was burned.' This caused It mr.y be that the next session': will Us church building Is one ot the handsomest SUe WILL. BUY IT. d

'principal speaker. the dar the burning of the buildings, which complete the work.,, The other'place In southern Georgia. Rev. L.

The.-wholo burden .or Mr. Watson's was' done In. a Very quick time by allotted? to the state Is' taken up by R. Christie .has been the pastor for Ballard Snow Liniment Co.' ,

.address was that the Farmers' Union using oil t and gasoline. The building -, minister statute of Dr, ,Jt I... M. Curry, 'once five or .six years, 'and he' Is regarded 500-593 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, ,MO.

must have 'a national purpose. He was surrounded to Spain an educator, and w
to make sure that as one of the leadUs preachers ol

it convinced that the time has comeor If the two negroea were there they publicist, a man .who devoted most of the denomination' In the j state. ..

will soon come, when this organization would have no chance to escape. Many the productive years of his life 'to The a\1\ lIt-up Is geserally\ bell f..1IId! Sold and Recommended' .by'For
Alabama ,
and Its best needs '
: embracing In Us membership whites who, toward midnight filled to have sprung from the dismissals

tf' .200.000:: ; farmers, cannot be held together the streets of the town had come Friends of the movement, however from the church some months ago ota Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUQ STORE.,

n by the restricted plans and I from neighboring towns and county are not altogether disappointed In the [ number of young'' members' for dancing t

narrow purposes which now prevail. surrounding, lost no time in a search outcome. They believe that with a though all\ had not 'been In bar '
Ehort while to discujs" KISSIMMEE:
lie wishes the organization to broadenout for the men who were especially want the life and pony before that Limo

to take a more comprehensiveview ed, being the ones that began the. work of Senator Morgan, the people' It is understood that the members

of things and to support with shooting Saturday evening. But this will more _thoroughly appreciate his withdrawing from the parent church

their united Influence a national campaign search was In vain In every ,respectIt life and services, and make it all the will begin work at once' on the plans EIVmIt: :EOTTTB.
more a response to
or a campaign for national of- is now supposed that both negroes popular demand for a new church, of ,,which, Dr. Chris
than !It Is thin '
at time.
Senator Reese
ilc-jrs, having in view the repeal of made their escape from town, tie will be :-pastor.: He Is known to favor STEAMER:; Lt L1m, BTiuIER' ROSEADi)
of Dallas was the leadtr In the /pats- '
all law's granting special"privilege, as the negro village .was thoroughly the building of a new church .on Captain Clay Johnson Sr. '
Captain J f.
Clay Johnson.
of the bill which
age senate carried
and especially those which operate searched Sunday morning, and no the. tabernacle order, and' It Is. believed '
',.. $15,000, and made the daughter of the Regular veekly trlps'to Basstncer .'*d return. Roseada'ieaTies lssisr.nee .
against tho farniir. This program hewill clue could be found of them. A dead statesman one of the commissioners 'will make a stronger effort to reach Tuesday moraine, and arrives rUtslntmee Friday evening,

\ actively urge In hs! periodicals. and cursed Kellam then' calling for for the selection of the type the masseg ot non-church: goers. Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeoMihee and Fort Uyera on UM 11111:

lie Audi this platform already fram- to look after the situation, as It is the and design. Comfortable Accommodation pu le agel... Rata reasonable.The .

el and theN rtnclp!" already enunciated mass meetlag was ht'ldSunday afternoon BRUIN PAYS VISIT TO TEDDY most picturesque Waterway jn Florida "
Members of the 1 legislature and the
In the Ocala platform which by the town council for the purpose -. For Passenger: and Freight Rates apply to tl,

:va* adopted; by the Farmers' Alliance of taking the following action; citizens of Alabama: as a whole have Real Live Bear Makes Ha>m. Inthe .CLAY JOHNSON, BTL. Proprietor

at Ocala, Fla. That platform contains First, to request the governor ol been greatly pleased at the way Lieut. Wood of Sagamore Hill. S Oa board. 1JMU."" Klsalmi->> .Ha

the following declarations: : Virginia to rush, arms lor the citizens Gov. Henry D. Gray tended to his .position A live bear, of. ,whom ,no one claims -r-" '_ -. i '. -
< -4. "
as president of' the senate. He r
ownership has taken 'up his home In
The income, tax. of the town. ;

The removal of tariff taxes from all 8000Dd. to ask an Injunction to pre. worked regularly, being out of his the woodsof( Sagamore Hill, and In To t
piece less perhaps than any man filling -. Make Domestic
the necQJsartes of life. vent the negroes from holding their ; the early foggy hour Monday morn .
a like position In any: of the states F
Direct: flection of United States sen- agricultural fair at Teasley, Va., on Inc 'he paid a' visit to the reslde'ncoof f"''
He took the work as seriously as he it
store by the people. the ground that Uzzel and Burton are President Roosevelt The trampling t Science ,Practical r
does the running of his bank, and gave .
of the underbrush near the edge of the
Abolition of national banks and government officeholders In the fair and both out. r
to the state a constant service.
loans to the people on good laws. :cleared: knoll on which the president'ssummer
Mr. Gray Is the only announced By Mrs Lyndfr Evans Chicago.. .
lj situated roused the
cent Interest. They also appointed five extra po home ,
security at :2 per ,
No favoritism or class legislation.Me. licemen. Later advices state that the candidate for governor. He has taken secret service'guard.tio activity.. He ,Active In federation of Women's Clubs
the' position In the PI holds that l
Watson rtpeatedly! drew comparInns trouble began over a bill which Constable ,.,hastily organized the household dogs .
I between the Farmers' Union of Kellam tried to collect from a the state U Just as Much to- [ and stablemen [into a' hunting, lI rt.,. y --.. -"'-. ,
regular attention to !! as a '
Farmers' Alliance ot min by the name .of Conquest who For three hours the hunt .lasted, butthe JIERE domestic
today and the commercial house or.a. manufacturing ,j Is a prevalent Impression\ that science .
yesterday, and Insisted that their pur- was In Burton's store sy the time. '- bear sot away II means only'tho teaching of the rudiments of home-malting
? enterprise; lI.e got out ot the chair a '' '
' ,* were the same. "The Farmers' Conquest refused with some word j T the fundamentals/qf cookery; the first stages In Jho ,art:PC1:; ,
poses very few times to :work,, for especial, MOROCCO SULTAN "
Alliance the greatest educational and cursed Kellam, then calling for GRIEVES. needlework; and the general management of'tbe. housewhich'
was measures: 'and those ouly when be de <* _____
e1'er' knew he Uzzel I practical housekeepers have learned through experi
this country assistance.; .At the name limo
factor sired to. further bills that he regard Ready to Accord Any Satisfaction forA'a..s'n.tlon II ence. The"fact Is that domestic science..and.,domestic artsIL
the and fired shot
appeared on scene > '
to the welfare of his < ;, practically' the experiences
said.Taking ed as' essential of European, are speaking, the formulation; of
admo its' aim Garland
and which missed and :
warnings ;
up the 1 1vestlgatlon. it<
own cltyHis/fl rat vote to break'stie. of the home-maker and the results of aele.&tlel
anions against plunging the:: Farmers'Union : *Debate, .'a":citizen,j of y;the town; ,resulting 'In': the'; passage"of a bill The sultan of.Morpccu' through Ben .. None ems wanta ,to expose: the ,"...,. er s

Into tile maelstrom. of politicsIn Wu the hip.,.on.. thi,,'opposite', aide 01 In the senate' ''to Indigent Sllman;"''the ',Moroccan, foreign minisCervha"transmltt3d the home life to public gain,'but'no 'man" does this when he meets -la. f..low
which 'the-old! Farmers' Alliance the street, but'not' 'seriously,i fujurl"l ;. ; ,. t'othe':; '. French worker In his profession to discuss1 professional subjects, and there are many
children with books his .
had to wreck, Mr. Watson said: him" .'" ' *' '' "' school ; consul at Fez an expression of the? grief questions In home life which an open and tree, discussion among' the'womea, .
gone bill '
Indorsing this to pass the Greater Birmingham with whichhe learned of the assassination managing these homes"would clear and assist Until .we break down thla' '

"Politics this, meaning'particular office, ,should PROGRESS- Or THE SOUTH.Set Upon which so great R fight was made of the Europeanj 'at CasaBlanca feeling of reserve.until we learn to:become' Impersonal 1 ;? which Is the secret

' man for' In Us laity pro and con. .a'lng'that. no one more than of maintaining the spirit of privacy, and at the same''time dlscnis'all questions

be avoided. But politics When will the legislature be back be condemned "the act which cost five laced In common i we can not hope to'm $ the great need of the day

and loftiest definition means the relatlonshlp -, Forth In Current Icsue: G.orgla.a"d "i''..a' question often asked. I: can be French lives'' In domestic science 'and-dodeltlc arts, which Is the creation of.the point of

that exists or should exist Alabama Industrial Index. said reliable information that It contact between the scientific worker la domestlo questions In the universityand
the The Georgia and Alabama Industrial upon The sultan said he o.c really to accord schools and the ;
and people. t
t between the; government will not be long If the railroad, ques- practical, home-maker. The present-day Housekeeper,
i '7 Even the churches are not too Index says In Its issue the past week: any satisfaction demanded, even the woman of our own generation; seems to be the hardest ODe to arouse. No, '
tion Is not well settles If. the juries {
l occasional: hand In "The steady Increase in the num.bel' to the dismissal of the pasha of. Casa set of women' caD in the present chaotic' condition setup standards.. X'he "",
good to of manufacturing plants:: the substantial Indict, and there Is a conflict with regard Ulanca and the punishment ot the needs'of the family are' so various and'so pressing that no one of"ui. no t ,

practical politics.'The reach to the laws now restrained, and guilty 'persons. group of us, can work out for others these delicate problems,but w.'can come ;
will not and unceasing expansion of
Farmers' Union things get mixed the ward of the to loam the ."IU.
up together new discoveries and to adjust them to oyeryda, .
the point ot Its greatest usefulness cities and towns and the construction! governor Is out that,an1 extra session UNCLE SAM AFTER WARRIMAN. and In doing that we can learn the things UPOD'whlch we already agrees We

t''- and achieve the hope It entertains ot more steam and electric railroad will be called In a few. weeks. It the can work out no laws !n- domestiequestlonsupon any other ground, and we

until the organization brings pressure in Georgia! and Alabama, to a degree, roads get an agreement with the stale -Railroad must beware of care--.! theories,' of sweeping revolutions, and trust to the Mcommon'

t to1' boar upon the "politician and thestatesman' unprecedented In the history' of the to wait until litigation Is dlspostd of Move Made to Force ,Magnateto sense of the American, home-maker to evolve under-the laws of God

r' and tells them certain laws two, ,tats. have made lands more be of the Answer Questions;: something which will lift''I thll great:work onto a. professional basts.Ta..
there, will likely no more District Stlm- "7 .
States Attorney
t" oppressive and must be repealed., valuable and caused them to be In lawmakers In Home .Magazine.. ,

are Certain other laws are needed and greater demand. This Is true alike event, they until may be next looVec year! for a yearor any court son filed'In I In New the York United Monday States a circuit petition .. ..***.....++*'....+..* p

,f'I. enacted,' of suburban, timber, mineral and farmlands
must be so hence. that E. H. Harriman and Otto
? Mr Watson paid his. respecs to The existence of a new 'which Indus Now that the .session 13 over, \1ledlatrlbu.lon Kuhn ,ot. the Arm .of Kuhn; Loeb & 1I@t; a:a 'One .. .
In no very compllmentary trial era, the. permanency of
politicians c'f the Increased funds

,." the .way. He assured his hearers! Chat Is guaranteed by large and Increasing for. education will begin. It Is goingto' Co.cause. be why summonsed they should Into court not to answer show, Simple Rule Which ':Gfl

raised for both local and
their united voice was investments of capital:: .
when be a hard job to get the moat ou; certain questions relating to, the control
u reforms the politicians.would fall over from other sections., Is Imparting new of the money however,',as 'several acts '
of Chicago'imd: Alton railroad.
heed, as they did In values to lands, thereby giving more the Insures Good Carriage '
themselves of the give Immigration discus nearly commensurate Importance toproperty that were very much dfg\red were not Mr. Stlmson acted for Attorney General } : "-

the case passed.! Bonaparte ra filing the Petition.
that In a large measure Is tot "
4: ( only a barometer of business prosperity ALMOST CAUSED RIOT.. JUDGE ARRESTED I IN COURT. e' ZTy Dr. Luther H. 'Guile*.. . ,
EIGHT. commercial worth.
TOADSTOOLS KILL but a basis Of

i ---=- "Among land transactions reportedto \ OT min to look hl ,bestHe -
Brownsville Negro Tro&ps Create Disturbance from Bench on Indict nent one out of ten caries: himself so as
t; Victims Thought They Were Feasting The Index tor-due'week are the sale In San Francisco. Taken Murder does ,not even' give a true Indication of his real self

' on Toothsome Mushrooms.Dr. of 'a' large number of suburban rel-:; i .Me bfra of the twenty-fifth Infantry Charging Short arrested at N He"possesses more courage. more personality, than lie
8. B. was '
denoe lots at Washington da., the Jildge .. shows.- But. l Icoks: ''are not the main thing., The way a man(
P. Dlnamore died Thursday colored organization who figured Texas while holding court, on
C. Center and upon
sale of 150 lots In South Highlands at stands and walks has a bearing upon his I\ea\th
and four others of his family are In the' Brownsville riot, created; a disturbance an Indictment charging him with the his efficiency. If he stands always.with' bis.,. chest'-flat'' and
ot 60
.'. # toadstools for mushroom pesemer, Ala.; purchase acres at' San Francisco Friday murder of Dr. Mike Paunast fall. The '>F \11 his bead, forward, his) breathing Is.shallow' ,", and he never..
divided -
eating Ga. to be
'.. flying from Water W. Va. of land at Way cross, of night and at one time It was feared' arrest:caused a postponemer. of,,court makes his diaphragm, dolts full, work. :By' Itself; the' effect 4, 'wN

*, at beep what be Into building lots and the sale a r' would result The riot call was until he' could furnish bonds of J10- of this are_enough to/help/ rob'.him of 'vigor. 'la the '

Dr. Dlnsmore gathered a large tract of mineral and Umber sounded for'extra police and eigh Teas ota crowd pursuing case of the man whos9 abdomen Is S3: overlaid: with fat, that be walks'clumsi*
t one
tam. 000. > Paul ,
the r.
1 thought were mushrooms and land In the Gadsden,' Ala., territory, te n' ot' the negroes were arresUd. Garrett ly. It Is also true that he has aa Impaired blood circulation and defectives
barmy of them. They purchaser. la a., negro, GarretJ. respiration. "
by the
partook be developed
lly to ;
which had been
The twenty-fifth,
afterwards, the took refuge In the home of Judge\ One reason for the'bad"carriage that they' do not
became sick shortly a Georgia county, a Z.QOO-acre-tract o: Presidio Saturday you tee' In people Is
I die. stationed at the left Short and fired on his pIJr.ue'ra, killing : know what II' goodcarriage;', commonestdlrec-''
doctor being the ant to farm land has been sold for a price nor how to acquire It. The
/ would hardly 'for the Philippines' the transport Dr.: Paut:, Garrett was }banged for I. tlqn la, "Hoid up your,.head.?' That does not-bit at the real difficulty at alL
that a few years, ago **
; Crook the murder. A man can take any amount Qf pains with his head and chin and still keep '

I BLIND NEGRO'; BLIND TIGER. have been considered. In an abominable position. Changing*the ''angle. of the head .does not 'Improve ' .

things. ("Throw shoulders aotberfamlllar'piec or advice ,
I BAftRCTT SERIOUSLY ILL. your back/Ms :
Combination Exploited byCglor.d EVE IN DECOLLETTE GOWN NEW YORK: TICKERS. CEASE. : -' and one which,comes no nearer the point'than the Ant. Tho' poaltlon

Peculiar' Baptist Eld.r; \' '_ I Union of the shoulders bas hardly any effect, upon. the posltlon'of the body' The r"

'' negro Satisfied Recruiting Officer and ,Ap> Strike, of :Telegraph, Dperatora Effective President of National Farmers) shoulders hang upon' the outsideot the body.llks.blinds on a house. Shift
;: ,
Elder Croonij a preaber'of; Ga. -, 'pi leant. Was Accepted. In the Metropolis,. Forced to Bed'in Conway, Ark. their'place'as much. you like. ; you ,do not. change. the shape of the chestcavity '
at Bainbridge -
church of Arkansas'FartnersV
Baptist Grlffln, secretary the .
Frank lUcntle. aged 21. was rejected Ttte strike of 'the' telegraph [ *
Bishop a, ,blind n' groi were Union In ConwayArk Mr. There Is only and neck where ,
and Bill by 'the' United States army recruitlat which has 'affected'many ,cities ,. one way of doing that-by getting the back
.. both arrested j>y a city detective a of Eve in .througbout'the country was extendedto Barrett 1.. In Conway' attending the they belong by, keeling the ,spine erect. This proposition..Is easier to( talk -
; station. because- a figureof ,.
p; rfe'w days. ago, and,,locked up.,OD .the ; when the meeting of,the state convention, of far- aboti. than ,to carryout, It cannot becarried put unless, a aa Is' W111tag. to _I
'' ''blind tiger," Its Paradise tattooed.<< ,hla arm,near th< New York Monday men make a determined effort: qt; "

1. charge'Of running a blind ,wrist- I.ater'the .young'man appearedwith employed .by both the .Western Union l mars, ; Instead of the rules abont ..throirln the'shoulderbackor"holding': up''> :

"a case of blind'negro, runnln'will' ''.eoo a ..sowl ', tattooed ovei and Postal 1L companies Quit: work. Charles) EL, Barrett Vnloo.wof.Amel1, president of .the. I your bead" there Is one:simple and accurate bit of counsel. whlcfc answers' all A ;'';','"

tiger;: These two, "tigers" months the nude figure and was accepted wllhbut" ; Ninety lie''' sent ot the Postal ,send 60 National Fanners' "' ., I'ptir lioie-. It Is. this: ,.Keep the neck.pressed back. 'against the co\ .., ,That- /
,tile county twelve. 'te''crltlcally' : Ill at the home' C)1 Ben will "t.
state .and \ do the .
gtustlon.r \ ,? per cent, O( the'Western lJnloa'Qulln j work.-'iyorld's'Work: ,.. vas
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lk --i..u Valley Gazette. The "Cow Nuisance:;:" "

The "-'Ow nuisance" It seems, like 1 John B. Stetson University j

['the poor, is with us to stay; 'and the ,
.' clamor for abatement. or -modlfi O. W.IS DANN
Office\ in Valley Gazette Building. cation will not down till some action !lOlJq''' !SLLEOES AND .FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.

,KIKHlMmClt. OSOBOUL COUNTY.FLA. has been taken by the authorities.For DiLAND, FLORIDA.

-- our beautiful turf-covered -

W, itt. .HARRIS Editor jad Prop'r. streets. the pride of our 'citizens and Affiliated With University of Chicago.

the admiration of all visitors, we are NOW IN THE NORTHERN MARKETS CelUc, ..f LI.....l ArtThe standards tra those of the bnluralty of Cblo... Stet
r- *r suBsc&irno: al Indebted solely to the cattle that1wow'4f nn..Kr.du.iei r o"lr. thtlr degree* from both 8t.Uoo and Chldtfo. 8f+ the Cblctcq, and
.._.__.......?. ...... .... .. 10* PURCHASING. HIS FALL STOCK: GOODS. Stetson 0.810. If
OMI'.... _tJoa.. .................... 10 thereon aad, for this reason, 1 this College am admitted to practice law la Florida with
O.e_'.three _,a.. ................... -wedgnot believe it is the desire of out OIlOr..f :
WATCH THIS SPACER C ll..:.;TeC.OI: Sc.oo..f M.eb.rla'Art.-Neohaakat.. Civil, XleotrioatKlnMrOif
anyonelKrkee-thecattle entirely ex 9 ; $; .na M&Du.IBfra1olo11 vounes lading to doxreea Fine new building, COM)? 4
_. ,;,. .
AH "leau. xoept from our author. . euiilpntcnt. *
:, .asd e.rwprd.nta,Beat b.* the Writer.islet. eluded from t esTTtteU.J nt that Collenof .I.-8.0..lor i In all IU branobei. Bookkeeping. by beet meLbocla.8horth.nd "
+ ....; ... 1_,.. wlU Dot be'returiMd anl.m. some relief from the present condit. SOMETHING INTERESTING WHEN yt oommudluui and b..lldlo.powrUlug.. Elective counei open- In other Departmeau. large Faculty ana 1

Is desirable, and necessary, must be HE RETURNS, Preparatory Acedeiey.-Oriuliiete, prrpcrod to enter Harvard Yale, Princeton.Cornell , the Pwtoffla In KlMlnunae, Fto. ,.a patent to all who have the'welfare ifijt 1 I t l Mlohlfun,<;u.!<.r.KO .a .
--.u matter.- = the town at heart.., and are .not actuatedVby 'j .. .. ... "'.... .. .. ... .. .. .. Orammir..... StLool lu separate building.. Thou irhoult' tiipecl.yy. prepare .I'ublto jirbool'teach.

purely selfish motives Manic llckool.-A -|l ,000 pipe,organ a dozen pUnoi, ieparaM building, large fMiultr.
Friday August 10, 10Q7.; i.At nWht.y) : when the cattle congregate thoroughouuraeol.tndy. '
of' Artschool-New.ludlo.oo.Uiseats. model..te.
In front of residences and lie down on : itetooa ba a faculty ol' 4N profeeaoreand loitriiotor They hold derraei from U..'Unlvei* t
thfe and sidewalks is'when (, .Itr of tbl"'JOJ.n.r..r.t. Yale' Dartmouth Columbia Toronto. Wake Forest, lAUUvllle. Bowdoln. .
If the Tampa Tribune doesn't itopanlxlng streets . IHrrrht. Hucknell. UnlverII'of'llleilg.npenmen.and. other Unlr.r.IU*... There srnear
tbeV become a uDulla ce"U; Is then I?. L. HARRIS M. D. J. S. MC BWAN. 1.911UWO00Iu liulldlnnand equipment; ne.rlf a quarter of a million dollar..endowment ;
up Its French quotation some an endowed library of over lU.iKX)volume.; a hn.iitlful uhapel with roitlyurnlihlnfs, loolud-
of, the brethren will be that the streets and sidewalks" are HARRIS' SANITORIUM.ORLANDO lag Ktalneil glue window, 7 oil 1'41..11,11"| tlO.utHI pipe organ) a UyinnaaUm. with completeapparatus r
a.cculllnilEditor ended Atblotlo track, taunts and
; an Field\ running oourta baseball dlajnond
Stovall with hay In g jojned the littered up and safety of pedestrians, .'I..I..D. be.ldn _wlmmlnlr, golf,...wlo., and other .", .na: ... ....' blldln. for men andwOmeO.D .
I from falling over them, is endangered l.r.e laborau. e.for ObO'lnltry. Phrdea, U.aterk. Hlologysetoralavg. :
'unknown tongue" aggregation.: FLAA ] mnwumbandshop. elcetrlo11IthUelotIrlebells...termbeat.oem.ntwalksbellroad4
; During the day the cattle browse i bawd.voone..paclou. : "". ."",bber,and ,.......; .or.L,' literary musical and oth.r "J'.
around the lakeshore or on the. 'u".nta' Cl.....:star ieutureeour.e.: "hrlatl.o and not .ectarian .......blo.. Th. 100.Uoa I. '. '
Several of the -remaining on
wet Private Institution built and equipped with all rnodern] be.ulUul Sod fte.lth"I. and the oxpennc are low,
counties are eoeduled to hold] local] outskirts of town and give veryllttle'cause conveniences for Surgical work and the tare and treatment of For.t.luk, vJcufc, luulerf ...d .luformsnan.ddreol the?Prenldent '

option elections! this fall. Among for complaint.
them may be mentioned Escambla, We 1 believe, therefore, the exigencies the sick.Terms. LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. ?Lift. 'D., LL. D.

Putman Orange, Dadeand.St. Johns. of the case would be met and all Reasonable. Write for Particulars. DELANO FLA.

parties satisfied )'f the; City Council r.

The Orlando Kepocter-Star: U preparing -I would pass an ordinance requiring I .

to issue a large special edition all fiMmAa- nt rfAlf.lA- within thft- flLV' .State Institutions for Higher Education. I II .
advertising the resources of Orange limits to pen them at night.: This aoooooooooooooojooooooootTHE .

-6unty Editor Hoi ley 'II! being 's.I would] do away with the. most object-. FOR SALE CHEAPIF I

slated In the preparation of the matter ? able features and still allow our I 1

for the edition by J. O. LaFontl- citlzensUo keep their milk cows at SOLD QUICK: Kissimmee Drug Co. I: University of the State of. Florida Florida Female College '

see, one of'the best known, newspaper omual'atlveJysmaJ] trouble and expense GAINESVILLE. FLA. TALLAHASSEE.:. FLA.
The hotel "The Inn.
men In the State A high grade Institution for
> young A College/ fur women without a parallel
--'--- The Van Duzor corner. men, offering I Literary, Scientific, En- in the South, tfinbraclnjr a College ,
Justice nowda)', seems to forget Good for Landis. I i of Liberal Arts
j' a for
jrlnt"f'rIDif.lrlcullura1 and l'"d
her blindness when the multimillionaire ] The Okechobee House. WHAT WE DO FOR you. cal Courses. alloll.: '[ Teacher*, a School of Industrial Arts
Kenesaw M. Land! Is
a COil'.plcloulllgureat ----- '-- '
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Is concerned. Times d School of )Fine Arts,
Union. No, Including
this. .moment -con.jplcloua The Waring cottage. Strong Faculty; well) Nul] ]>i l'el1l.ub-1 '.
piano pipe
organ; violin voice culture -
it i I. only that Justice has'at last be- oratorics
because In We carry the largest and ; thorough Instruction boththeorptlca.1 elocution and .
a proceeding The old Makinson corner. physical cut lire.
coma blind I indeed] .and no longer pending In this court he had the most-varied stockof ourline:; and and discipline!practical, careful supervision A facultY'of' able specialists i In' all r fd

permits crimes committed by the courage to imoore the extreme penalty Two cottages and one lot onryc in town. ; high moral department r.: ".
tanultl-mUlionali-efl to go unwhlpt, toneNo TUITION FKKK.J
Charges for
against history's greatest pirateon ; O'NeV Ado..Ion.Orange \ tuition charges to Florida special .
while others, less fortunate in the ? W.e carry none but the tuJents. instruction in fine aria reduced
the sea of commerce.Is ; hcTse. and freshest and of ( Other exj: >ense Very low. to. a minimum. New building incourlie
possession of this world's goods, are I arove. "v-nco'n:\ purest drugsat .
1 mad H true that fines are not adequateto all times. For catalogue and other Information of construction.. Write for
to feel the lash. meet the situation for the reason I harness. cow and bull:l! ca'::. address catalogue! f

The Telegrapher's I sCrlke has spread that the criminals can often afford to 'Fnurman. ; Your prescriptions are filled
W. Pres. A.
The .jrcperty of Harry by a Graduate in Pharmacy A. MURPHREE, Pres.
over the whole country, -and as a result 'pay the floes for the privilege of continuing

all business dependent upon : the violation of law. Some Apply to the owner or J. M. besides five years'actual ex junZS-oetl
quick communication is at a stand- ;, have expressed the hope that Judge Willson, Jr., Kissimmee. Fla. perience.

."$$11. .How long this condition of Landis would not Impose the maximum Doesn't this mean something

affairs will exist, It' impotalble IIn ,because they feared.the oil trust TerrrA easy, part may remain: on oo I d,

to predict as both. sides say they would merely Increase the price to the mortgage.

are determined to fight to the bitter consumers and make them pay the _ deliver We carry sufficient help to fOSCEO'LA: s1 -
packages within
eod. In this case the telegraph companies enormous fines even as they have been I your
DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN a. few moments after the
are bound to win in the long required to pay the "generous" contributions i pur!
chase. po
I'UII. but It will be at a fearful cost to made by Mr. Rockefeller to I This is not 'idle HA'RMACV.Ss Ss 8-

themselves as well as the entire. business educational funds But Judge Land is Specialist-Eve, Ear :I boasting business but and we want know your '; -,- --- -=--.-.- ...-- ---. BIIN.

Interests of the Country had nothing to do wltn that theory Nose and Throat...... can please. we we I 4 T a
Governor,Patterson of Tennessee, and Is well he Imposed the maximum S THE Don't forget us when :in i 8 T

in Inviting all.Tennesseeana
to return poI
and parctlcipate In the Home Coming Lru'u It is more than likely that the, oil. Private Hospital, American- National LEADING need of Anything
will shift
the burden to the
..festivities to be held .at Nashville consumers Kissimmee Drug Co. G7 1 *>
but this will only aid Bank Building Tampa.,
closes in the ; .
Sept. -
13-28 his proclamation DRUG in.the DrugS I
with the following'' eloquent. appeal: crystahzatlon of that public sentiment Florida., Ktailmmaa" Fla. I

'To those away the bidding is to that will be expressed forcefully STORE Line. ; n

I some lor the old scenes"are still hereto that men In authority will cease to ,. ICI

smile, welcome the old heartb- trifle with the 'violations of Anti-trust -- ._ -_. ...
laws and will vigorously enforce that .
'tone till remains to bring back -WE ARE AGENTS FOli-
joys and sorrows of the/ beautiful criminal law which provides 'for the W. L. WINN, S A Bottle ol 6rbln6" FREE to Every; Customer

past the old arms which held you onoe imprisonment of the arrogantmonopo- PHT ICIAJ Asa eVRafeore.aro International Harvester Co. ,
anxiously list even as the common rogue is imprisoned -
are 'reaching out ,to em- f Ct.
brace you again, and. the old face. '" n, :,;:;:jy: oca saes.. aa. 'jtf a.sews ,;; .,Gasoline. Engines. t.
Good for LanJls.And nowes rras.l.Ott 7 f r Mn.,. .
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u I"i.' ti'V'iF ' '
jwtlnto your- heart,, apart from all \ V .9. _' _'PsY'ri'7dkt
the world and sacred evermore' J l will have-just as; a ,bewlnnlnllt.le.! trhe$est.anthelMarket, :: ),; ,;.,;' We '" ; :

cry and smile alr&hl"or JOY that you of prosecutions'the Sherman under the anti-trust criminal]clause law._ .. J., W. SIMPSON? will make you close- 'prices"on;' "Engines NORTH:"K1SSSI. MM EE.. PHONE .NO. 8.f : ;

are back Tennessee "
and home.: and '
Bryan' Commoner. DENTIST. Pumps in running orderon

your farm. f i C. W.Orlffin J 14 I
The Loughman Road. Children ta Pal* Office over Osceola Pharmacy. D

The decision of the County Cpromlssloners -. never cr)>. as do children who are OFFICE HoURs-. I IJ a. m. to 12 m. f
to build a direct; road from suffering from hunger' Such 'is ;.thecau.e r 1:30: to 5.30.. m. W. L. Van Duzor &: Co. > r f.o
Telephone No. 76' Jun ,
of all babies who and b.lyr
Kissimmee, to Loughman cry are Fancy Family Groceries.
treated for sickness,. when they : .
Reedy Swamp I* a consum-
really are suffering from hunger. .
nation. for which Kissimmee ha been This is caused by
clamoring |for some year, and one being assimilated but devoured by Bring us your Job Printing ,
that will meet'' with, the worms. doses of White's ATTORNKY-AT-LAW.. I
probation fcp. Cream Vermifuge: will cause them to I tit Delluery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. 7t
of our ta1pay'era. cease crying: and begin to thrive at Office in the Court House-Kis- alsBuA..Laalks/1uf4 a.lh -3
At present thereI,, 'no' well-defined once. Give it a trfa]. Sold] by i 6tiu6.a. Mh.B.a-cdu 8uaka t t t.If.
public road from', TCUImmee south. I Koberson's Pharmacy simmee, 'Florida. I:

persons balow' occasion to travel Letter With whom will be associated In the NUBIAN TEA ,.
that way br,' private conveyance are FLA. trial. of causes the law firm of WE COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST

.compelled to take a.circuitous route Massey & Warlow of '
Dear Sir do ] 1'ib
around : Why people send ui
the head of Reedy Orlando
Swamp; which 1 t. Creek such tales] as this? .. I
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thirty mile.out AND 1
D. G. Smith, Madison. Fla., had i WINES BEER. '
of the way: and which 1 I. Itnpassablela. A. VANS ; WHISKEY 01S
considerable portion of- his mother's bouse painted Devoe 11 P. AGNEW Keeps .. .
years ago, and the house looks better
the time. on account of high water. to-day'than other houses I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ '
painted with I p' w
the. building this 1-. You l WelL
road I
quite will be other paint 3 or'years ago. AND NOTARY PUBLIC WHITE ROSE SALOON. w
an expensive undertaking-, I
Commissioners bare heretofore ctfnidered the!- They are trill/ of good will for Devoe. KISSIMMEE FLA ii'I

h''Inexpedient to Yours truly ._ t.1el
expend theneceasaiy ------ "
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um of money for It* COn. DEVOB & Co. 7 It is an X. H. NETTLES & elo
M. CO.
truction J WILLSON JR., .,;': ..
because of .the sparsely] SOME ADVICE. : .j;
Ideal 1
settled ClO UIt.r1'throueh
which '
would pass for many mile south. but. When yon tnm.........fellow S! NOTARY. .. ) Flxozie 1.66 ,Orlando '1o.- ;} c.b 11c.
.a'' Who to l AT } Remedy for
Ixjughman Is now an important knoeUnc on UM town.WfexUdlarM ti _
rs _ _
HU ,
mill village,with 1,000 that It to backward.Who Real Estate Agent. u ;( .

habitant a abort direct or road 1,200 from In. N.v.r Srgw jiut lorn wlUo to the r.growi. It downl.... {f I KISSIMMEE. FUORIUA ,itct.e Constipation. MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY.* ' t ....

Kie.lmme.tothat' place will be of For tt'.not t bit erf UM: nnun.uaow.. .JACK t.1VILLE1 FLA. Al b i .Tw
'CO..t erabt. [commercial advantage Tak.god aim.ny friend... kkh him ; Lone Dl...... ..... 74. :23 Ocean Street. .
to Kissimmee. w......hla I : t J',
,umber of the mill people and, farmr large. ,Pat> Hang MADAMBDBm FRENCH rBULIPILLS. Indigestion .. and Portable Bollera and )sstilYOprWy Englaea' : 1 1 Sb

on tie* other side here''to' ; Sa ; mrm-. ,; -
trade r-
,It will alW be of a.....e-_ a-.n...__M_ ( ins Machinery and Supplies. Comi -
great,advantage toour. Y OIl ara apt to eau tkto fellowKvwy y [latlM.T1/-1L' seal Biliousness --. pete line carried' 1D .W>clr. Liberal 1jl I"l
stockmen,' who can drive their day ..d.v.rywbw: ......._.... wu.r wN"coq aww aA.=. =ll- terms. Write for catalogue.MACHINERY 84al
AS&Le, Tampa and effect ,Tbooa-h kw kwnn hi knock art harmfuL -- -... ",_.i..M_l;.. SLate agents for the Olds Gas cad 'I'. t.-
.'. ...... -w w..7case Y W andpyspepslas !t'- dasohae alp
.p,considerable.a.YIDA' in freight' . You H aan't UM.....that klmj do-ant VM out.hanshim.{ VWK.rfoeaa.........6,....._._.,_ Erglrea t ft., ,-

This road.will alao ahorten the dl I.. Law prohibit. am and BOOM.' ?

'anea t.O' Lakeland, Bartow, Tampa Bit.this araoh you CAM do.kick. hintWlMi For Sale. By Os en; la Pharmacy i oc tcd tROLUNS : 1}t.1>
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4 sod other point ;south by b/ \ .
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'.lderabl. distance, and :will ''make --, .Tart.. -
l J ttp
soother strong link In ."ii .chain of Aaerr ..... .Why Fret aad Vrorry i&l b ,
food lor
jrood roada from ackaohvllle when ;your chi'ld'hii 'a ...geaeoid.: &ch the Uve,, KUnefS, fitom-. 1 1t ,
t to Uo.'. Orsimbl You need not fear, , and Blood. .? ,
t'1ympsj ,thereby largely tncreailag when your ,Joint* ,aohe 'and other'pulmonary' diseases.pneumonia. or It takes the place of calomel and 1 leaves COLLEGE I
you Keep
't: r,,, :Jab. publlo travel through,Ibis'section.Tb suffer. from' Ilheumatlsm. Buy a supplied with Ballard'si. Horehound bad aftereffect*. ,
) I bottle of Ballard's a now Liniment 81t'up-a positive It Is ae.dod in. th. Spring/summer. ... ..- .4oc
Loughman, road *! ,a, good andget cure for Cold., Fall
f .&ing--+push it along. Instant relief. A positive cure Cough. Whooping Cough and Bron a 1dre.and..'Water,. by ,Men,.. Women_ ,, and ,WINTER PARK. FLORIDA. ; N1 z ocU
. tracted for Rheumatism!. ,Burns, Cuts, Con chitis.Mrs..'' . : It Is extremely: pat s tabJ.- v.n;chhdr. rr.j you are looking\ for a FIrt-clas: Instltullon-of .,'" ,.
r 'Wanted./ Muscles Sore Chat etc., Ball of Sioux S.. D;, writes: s elightfully'located'' well Learning, easy of aoce-
%' J4r. L._,T. ''I have used a bottle from endowed ..
Boggy a prominent
merchant your, wonderful Bal- College I* the place. Il uiRollins, +
vi' Live Sandhill Crane,otters,,Wood at Willow t'otnt, Texas stars lard'a; Horehound.. Syrup. on -my I. Art, Expression, Modern maintain. HtghOradeOolly ,f"'",
Ducks and Dlcr Fox Squirrel. 'High thatt h* finds Ballard's Snow Linimentthe children for .11.. years. ,lu' results NHS Boarding facilities I Language, Business and Stenographyrl Onrlea,4.u.r'
. .rioe .ld. Dr Cecil French Natu- best be have been Pharmacy good and expense light. Fine ; i'D'I '
, P ever used. Sold by wondertuU."J Bold tee ports., For full gymnasium, field and "wa: ,
.stu.t. .-Wahlngtoni. ,. D.C. jl J)5 2-m. ,Ro her son's Pharmacy. ' Koberson's.1 Pharmacy bYl i' ICIS.utMEB..t: particular and room reservation ..dd.'r, :.T ,, F
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,- Klssimmee Gazette Mrs. Bratton and Miss Nina have Wade, the Tuner Orlando., I Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Mr. J. W. Lester representing the "
Valleu) robably,a Hoax.
; jne returned home from their summer' Tiller. Tampa. Monumental Works.' was. In ,

-'- _._- -.-- outing InjVII' lrlnl... They stopped at All figured lawni at KATZ'S. Regular semi-monthly communication town Tuesday.Rev. "'Karl Minx received on Wednesday-

TELEPHONE NO. 11. Jamf stowh on their way home andspenta. of Blossom Lodge F. k the following\ communication, which {
'i Straw hats at and below cost at Orange Joseph Houston, 'colored,
few days the/ Exposition.The he is at loss understand.. Hedosea't '
sit a to.
'Danns.Mr. A. M. next Monday night. ...,. plead guilty to wife-beating In County
io' know of such
even any personas
EVERY FRIDAY water In the I lake Is now coming Th Georgia legislature passed a Judge Johnston's B'' Meredith,
PUBLISHED Hiram Moody, of Rlvenlew.wal sentences T. and thinks italtogether
t the steamboatmen afternoon. and wa to
beautifully and paya
up law Wednesday which practically
In town last week. on probable. that it Is only a
r F' -BY- are preparing to resume the service disfranchises all the negroes lu that. fine of S150 on serve four months on hoax to inveigle him Into' taking'a

W. B. MAWWIO. from here to Ba'lnrer.l1 of See those Matchless American State. the county gang. useless, trip to Sanford:, {

'' =-:.=-:'-::-.::::.= == ,- --=-=;:::= which .I Is-very gratifying to our, merchants Beauty Corsets at H. C. Stanford Co.. The following? properties' were sold As a consequence of the telegrapher's Sanford Fla.' *., Aug. 13th 1907.. .v

this week through the M. Tiller strike the Western Union has Mr. Earl Minx .
', REPORT.A..r.r. .
a' OFFICIAL WEATHER Born, to CapU and Mrs. R. O.Canova .
, Miss Blasingsme, the popular elocution Agency. The Lake House to Julius posted a notice at its office here Dear.
tem Mrait\" for wk ending Thurs ., on Wednesday, August 3rd, This is to notify you that have--
;' It. teacher of the High School. Hyde, and the Hyde boarding houseto stating ,that messages received for you
, son.
, day. August W7. has written Superintendent Sears thatshe a lion. A. K.: Donegan. It, transmission will be taken .only, subject -. been selected as a fit person to be a
will be here at. the opening of the Mr. Roma Thomas resumed his to indefinite delay. member of "Our Gang" +
}t lIaa. Mint Jr school atid will be pleased to meet all position at the. bank Monday, after a Mr. J. MWIlI"oo. Jr., who Is now 1 ization. of resolute determined JOUDIt'meD {
weeks rest.' In New York City, remembered the I' Hon. C. A. Carson Chairman. of who are not tied to their mothers ,
-- her.old pupils.Ingram I editor this week with. a. cigar and box the Board of Trustees 'of Columbia' apron strings,, but. have a will of. l

, , \16 70 layhSaadar & Gilbert, proprietors of Mr. J. W. Cole, a prominent turpentine -.' of matches, both souvenirs of the College went up to Lake. City yesterday their one. ;We work only after night,, 4' 'i
..... ae. .71 ..Ms. the Sunny South Stables. shipped a. man, of 'Fort Gardner. was In National. Convention of Knights to attend. a. meeting of the board some time It is a little riskf. Our.OaDi .
\ed\y 110 'fI1;11 ..a7iydar atMday. oarlbad of' horses and mules to town Saturday. Templar, recently held at Saratoga. which will be held in that city today.. has been working four year'

.. 98 11II T'l' .1.\ Miami on Tuesday, and. Mr. Ingram Mrs. Hendrlcks of Green Cove N. y. This meeting' Is for the. purpose of an worked 23 jobs, an only, three ot

I", ..._--.,' .., f yefr 72n.ndaJr lea for that place on Wednesday to Springs.. Is v181t1nl her daughter.Mrs. .. iou will hod OryGooos., Shoes selecting a faculty for the College.Mr. our men bin cot. You are to mete. meat
.. 73J dispose of !them. R.:G. Canova. Motions', Hardware, Graniteware, Sanford on mid night train On 16th 1
E, F. Ohllnger of Haloes City .
this month itof' the train
In almost
Glassware fact'
White shoes at cost come quick, aLDann' For Sale at. a .r..aIDoDe. six everything, ; at the Cash Store, and geta was here yesterday, u.I'ueat.. of go to the lunch stand will be therewith y +
J .. room cottage and four vacant lots In : with each purchase. Judge I* A. Minx. Though Mr.: two sanwiches. on in each' hand, .-
w. North Klsslmmeet. W. SEYMO R. present F. H. LAWSON. OhllngeV has lived at. Haines City fora you say hello pard you have. more-
ill Mr. and. !Mrs. Chas. W. DaDo left number of this his first
A wireless received by this office years, was than your share I will a.y.'y"' .kavone. *-
Wednesday for New York where Mr. Information. has been received bv visit ,to Klsslmmet. Be expressed take will walk of 1,
LOCAL HELD from Gotha announces the birth of a you one an we toaD -
THE: stock of
Dann will purchase his fall ten-pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs. friends town conveying the sad intelligence himself as very1 agreealy'.rorprisedat ole house south of the maihine shop-'
I j: goods. They will stop. a few days en- W, M.. Mo eley. of the death of Judge E. D. the size and beauty of our town, where you will find the rest waiting
, route ,at Jamestown. and see the Plummer, which occurred suddenly) at and says tie will come again.. for us when you will be Initiated dons
sights of the Exposition. Mrs. Oliver and Miss Ruby: have its home'in Benton Harbor, Mich. dlsapolntus if you'' do' you will, pay,
Ni A ''be
t. r' alb' returned from an absence of several Judge Plummer owns a valuable. party given at the res for It, some of us will mete'you on.
Quality Shoes, styles, at Idence of Miss ,Emma this
Wade The Ion. Queen : months spent In Georgia. South Carolina Morgan
at ,
Next week Co.. grove and. cottage here, and 18.well your way home, our work pays well. ;,
H, C. Stanford evening at which the usual Junctionswill
and North Carolina.Mr. .
All figured fawns at. cost at KATL'S.New enow a as one of our' regular wintervisitorsr be reversed The- young ladles. Our headquarters fa on Pelican. UftnoVvour

Psttern1,10 . H. Mrs. J. W. Aderhold and children, Barry W.:Thurman. has sold are expected to take the initiativeand friend .
Idea cents, at who have. been spending the putseveral tor Mr. J. F. Watkins the U. D. War- The Ladle Home Journal Patternsdo Invite their own escorts, and as a. T. Ii..MKftzI"ttTu...

C. Stanford Co. weeks in Jacksonville re- Ing cotta? which Mr. Watkins expects not waste material. 'at Dann's. consequence those :young men who are. I '. ': '
went to Or turned home' Tuesday.. The Colonel to occupy as a home. Remo..t.. ''I..lei for cash
) W. J. Sears, Esq. up ; believes not over-confident, have been decidedly only at ,

lando o& business. Wednesday. , was delayed home: in by'business a few days.,, but will'arrive .. Clerk of the Court and Mrs. E. L. that MayorMurphy those who willfully evidently violate the on. the anxious seat .Kat&"beaIDnlnaMond." .,, Aug., '''.!.,
'. ice .beginning. /. White" Lesley will leave next Monday. for law. should be made to feel the. weightof Supervisor Williams has received y ', Oo'f Sa'. BI...:', '; '. ',;.-
Monday KATZ'S. line ShirtWaists their regular summer outing In the
: : August at A beautiful of their punishment.. Two of our notice from headquarters that after '
Dr. T. M. Rivers was called to C. Stanford Co. mountains of North Carolina. most prominent cattle men had a difficulty Sept..-Iat, the Atlantic Coast. Line will I and loose all interest. when help 1.-' '
M..rlihai P. Hodges In town Tuesday In which pistols reduce the scale within reach. Uerblne' will make
Saturday it oos present of prices for
: Davenport professionally Mrs E. F. Collier left last Saturday spent and. that liver Its
I pIe of days. in Orlando week. were recklessly handled the crosstles. Cypress ties are to be 're' perform Qutte.broperJy*
night.Tbe.teyncrJuanita. for Laurent S. C. to spend a' J. O. Ala'writes
( .ssessedthem S50 apiece for Vaughn Elba :
his absence mayor'
, luring Deputy Sheriff) duced from 45 cents to 38 cents, and
left' yesterday few weeks with relatives. She wa.aocompaDIe'cl Dan Brown was. &ct.ln' marshal.. their fun.White. pine ties from 35 cents to 25 cents. "Being a constant' sufferer fromconstipation
' bring a load as far as Clinton, S. and a, disordered liver,
for Fort Gardner to up little Marlon'Leake, who goes to Mrs. J. R. Gilbert and children returned Star Laundry,-K. 8. Floyd This will throw a great many. men out I have found Herblne to be the best
: of rosin. at home & Co. of employment., as It will,, be imoosslbte -
' enter, the Thornwell Orphanage Wednesday from For medicine,' for these troubles, on the
All'' summer dress goods except that placs. Syth: Ga., where they had been for ,A deal was coonsum'mated yesterday to get the ties out. at these'figures. market .I have used it constantly.

' white and solid colored lawns. reduced Fresh stock garden and flower seed thQ past two. months ,1.IUoi'relaUve.. between A. E. Donegan and Julius I believe it to be the best medicine of .

, in price at K TZ'S., at the Klssimmee Drug Co. 'FOR KKNT-Two cottages In O'Neal Hyde by which Mr. Hyde again. be- \ its klDdaDd I wish all sufferers 'from
New Laws Next Wed
' Misses Marie and. Pansv Duke left k Osborne additions-one. fhe- room comes the owner of the Lake House, t. these troubles to know the good thatHerblne ,
' Tuesday for Ackllne, Fla., to visit Mr. U.'H. Petteway, formerly manager and one three-room. Apply to and. Mr. Donegan secures the building Next. week'we will publish all the has done me.' Sold by' '
of the Petteway Naval. Stores where Mr. resides. It is Roberson's Pharmacy,
M. Miller. Hyde now
their aunt Mrs. \V. L.- VAN DUZOR Co.
this week laws of general nature enacted '
Co.. at. Lougbman, returned Mr. Hydfc' purpose we understand to a by
. Dr. J.V. sfmpson left Tuesdayfor from' North Carolina, where be has. Mr. K. L. Leslev. shinned this week thoroughly repair. and. renovate the the .legislature.. Every voteris Carload Horses- '
three weeks vacation, which be visit to his old home. Mr. about 350 head ofbee'caLLIe to Lykes -
been a moving
a. on Lake House before Into it.
entitled to "of the
will spend In Kentucky.Mr. ,. Pelteway will\ again embark in the Bros:, at Tampa. These cattle. we a copy paper- containing I ''will have In Klssimmee, about "
I business and Is now lookIng understand are to be'exported .to Lewis Williams, colored whoruns these laws free. If anyone 18 carload
progressiveNarcoossee turpentine August a of good':
Carl $.' Ennls, the !
be all have
transacted around for a location. Porto Rico. a restaurant on Broadway near the should overlooked :you to broken horses.Parties_ desiring to'
merchant M. Cossaboom will close his Sunny South Stabl, Is having all. do is to notify this office and you will purchase are requested to wait and
. A.
Saturday. services : ,
business in town Ladles Shirt Waists at a big reduction kinds of trouble. He.... arrested I .
Dann's.H. for the Christian Church Sunday receive your copy. see them., J.. 8..,STRATTON.
A useful present with every purchase at night. Services 7:45. Services this week for disorderly conduct, and M

from Eve cents up, at. the Cash C Stanford'left Wednesday for at St. Cloud in afternoon. Other services being carried before the mayor was .--
Store. F. H. LAWSON. Atlanta. Jamestown and New York. as us.ut.1. Cordial, invitation fined tlO and costs. Later. County. '
be Joined in Atlanta Attorney J. L. Muon filed Information BARGAINS IN ' .
thisweek He will probably extended to all.
moved his .
Dr. Winn by Mrs. Stanford, who will against him for ...lUnaliquor' and be
Into the Tbomason residence, Patronize home industry by In durance vile to await .p, !
make. the balance. Of the trip with him. getting ,was placed
i\ which he purchased some tunesgo.Florsheho' Stanford expects to be absent. your bottled soda from the home factory. ,the. next term of the county. court,
... $5 Patrol. Oxfords are about three weeks and while away. Call up 120 and your orders I when be will be called upon to answer I Summer r
the correct. thing as to style. comfort, be will purchase his fall stock of will be properlY filled. the latter charge. Verily, the way. 'of.. Goods I

eto. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. foods.itione. lltf. J. A. .LAN ARTER. the transgressor bard.. :' \ ,' '

onlY. your wants. we do the run, Mr. Robert Smith, day. operator for See Embroideries and' Insertions a Lt
New barber. shop at. Patrick's old ning. lobe Western Union Telegraph Company U. C. Stanford Co.

stand. Service by a tonsonlal. artistconversant KISSIMMEK DROG COMPANY. at this place was initiated Into Madam Dell' Antonio, who has .,
with all the latest fads IDb..r the mysteries of.tbe rank of Page byFriendship : '
Fuller has been been seriously 111 for the past twomonths
Mr. D. .
R. ,
K. of P, Wednesday .
rIDI{. I spending several days. here having Lodge last! Is now recovering her health Shoes
Mrs A. A. Simpson and children I come up from "Lakeside Groves"for evening./ and strength. She desires to express, Dry Goods, Clothing, : ,

/' returned to their home .* D ola a. little rest and. recreation. Mr. Fine line of watches at. the. Klsslm- through the Valley. Gazette, her most' .
f. awhile here land. office businessIn Drug Co. sincere thanks to those friends whoso ? 't '
,. .Tuesday after. spending! Fullers) doiuR mee "' "
.... with relatives. making: / and selling orange, groves Arthur Lett., a negro was tried before kindly and In visited other her ways during brightenedthe her illness and Notions., '
' there and. can scarcely keep up ..
down .
* home
returned Johnston few
Reed County Judge a hours. Sbe.1. -
Mr. Slater demand. His latest order la gloomy: as yet too '"
the -
Saturday from Bath, Me., where he with which he will days. ago on a. charge of carrying feeble to visit, these friends, and ,
"' had been spending a month's outing for a forty-acre grove concealed .weapons and upon conviction takes this means. of ..spressillaher
with loin Reed and Mr.: Slater. plant this fall. i, was sentenced to pay a fine of appreciation. of their kindnesses.Try .
Smoke Key West Havana the be. I 100 or serve'three months on the H. C. SJANFORIJ'COMPMY.:

I t, Mr. H.days T. tykes here ,looking of Tampa. after. spentaeVerVl thepufrpobased 60 cigar on the market.Dr. i county chain gang. bew'and the new barber Sharp Everything rarer .

i of some cauls which he L. D. Geiger Secretary of the' All colors narrow velvet'Ribbon a *, clean towels, first-class service. .

. from Mr. E. L. Lesley. State Mission Board and a leading I H. C. Stanford Co. I Mr. Wither Adams has started a

agents. for preacher of the Baptist denomination cement tile factory. down near' the
R. 8. Floyd"tit Co. are J. A. Simpson's familiar\
will preach at the Baptist -
in this State Caf.L.
dr'. sawmill. He began
the White Star Steanr Sunday morning and. & again seen through the post-
Packages will be called for and returned church next office window. He is holding down with the'' Idea of making only FRESH RDEN'SEEDl
It is hoped that a large con
to any part of the city. night.greQatloawill be present;to bear. this the job of assistant postmaster while enough tiling with which f to Irrigateand .- '
drain the farm whichheand '
, .' Dan PrescoU was. In town .Wednesday well known minister. Everyone I.cor4I..Uy is Mr. Kreamer weeks vacation.Van Duxor Is away on. J. L. Moon celery propose planting this NEW; STOCK :UST' IN i'!
of wateralone. each of these a two
load invited to
,with. wagon fall. Since beginning, however, be '
; Dan says be has six acres services*, L. A. Wlttkosky, an'_ &' of has received'' several orders for his We know Seed .by means 'of ,.our.'Montrose Farm'Trial

; of melons Jusl coialog' !lo 'which are Referring to Mr. and Mrs. H.VC. I Camden. S. C., and W. E.' Townsend product from other parties and Is now Grounds 'alsO by our FIVE'TEAKS' EXPERIENCE '
1 very Ene.Contractor. << Duncan who :were married in the of Lumberton N< C., have been making arrangements to .Increase his ,
't. 'O. B. Fountains. bar Christian Church at this place las spending several, days here looking output The tile Is made In the same AS ,TRUCKERS AND MARKET GARDENEltS
00,- Herald : "The into the estateof the late. J. M. Pot manner. a. the concrete building '
Mis. X* M: Hooters week tbeTavares says IN PLORIDA'and we can supply Just' what kind of:
6completed ,
, main . cot- bride Led groomaccompanied, by ter. Mr. Townsend claims, to be the block. and are said to be very porous !
Lagoon contain upper fit* room. &lid, Is a. the srroom's parents, ,Mr. and Mrs ,, guardian of an heir, who is a 'dsmentod -, rod very durable.- two. important prerequisites Seed. you need. ,
{%f" sage Duncan, arrived in Tavares. on half nephew of the deceased, for Irrigation purposes.' list 'AndPlaete.
H. of
{ cry neat. structure, H.; 5cb0 train and now the b..ppy'couple '' and, we understand will apply. for an "W.rite'for our price. ;
* .-For.,Ren* 8eb&embu".1-T" e bonsesow the their friends in Junction to stop the. sale of the prop- PlanoTomn .
are at home to ..
F occupied by Dr. W. L WIDD andfurnished erty. Messrs. Moon & Oliver have \ KEN l: LY'S SEED STORE .>
residence provided .
', Sontb KUelame'. Apply to J. p, the pretty by the groom preceding been employed represent Mr. Townsend 'Nes t 'week' ''Wade''will 'work her. ..,. ... ., .:

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NATURAL BRIDGES evidence.From Old Writers That It Is English, fiavaf Officers Invent an .
'" Escaping Suit far Acolcf nt..
'a Native of. Booth America.
Jrr 'r1 /r.&.-.o1flL Two( olllc rj.-of the British navy
In "the.outbeasteru' part ft Utah TWe Is little ground for any other Commander Hall and Staff jgurgeonR

wn the couth west era slope of the Blue belief than that the pineapple Is a native es, have invented an apparatus
Mountains-. San Juan County/.far( American plant, The first mention whden. rt Is expected will'remove the a' AND 1

'from the main line of travel and In of It Is In Ovledo's work (1B26). present dangers to crews navigating

a' region, almost Inaccessibleare The edition of his work published In ,submarine:! boats It Is designed to

dozens of natural bridges varyiag'In 1835 contain the first Illustration of enable the men to escape from the :

size from a few feet to hundreds of a pineapple ever shown bya Euro- I vessel even; If It Is filled with water'or I II I >

+ feet'acro".. Three of the largest are pean; It may appear crude to us, and poisonous gases. II I
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shown In'' the accompanying picture, yet! one can distinguish the.plant with Experiments carried out by the Admiralty -- .-- -

and they may :well be classed; among certainty. Oviedo was followed by a at Portsmouth proved U is I Soil Formation., imal should hare enough tt mixtureto

the. wonder ,of the world. number of other promInent naturalists stated, that the apparatus willfulfil maintain his condition however. ty
oft :All soils are formed from disintegrated
Thesethree bridges, ,are located who de.crlbednd- many what Is..claimedfor /It, and it Is likely rocks and organic matter. Of About one pound per day for each

to ..J>e adopted soon by the BrltlehBeet 100 pounds the animal weighs Is considered
the soils contain from to
latter, one s ss
.ta -) 'w } more than seventy per cent.; It' Is. the proper amount. ; bI1
The' Invention 'resembles a diving
however, only In bogs or. beds of peat -
helmet with a jacket attached. It'contalns Fertile vs. Infertile Egg ; Ssy
that the amount last named I Is ever
an Ingenious oxygen generator" ; present. The best wheat lands con The Country Gentleman referringto
the chief feature of which U that theoxen
tain only from four to six per cent the statement of a Montreal wom-
breathed and re-breath
may of organic matter; oats and rye will an In a poultry journal that.she has j
for several flours, because
ed repeatedly
grow in soils containing only one or been able to distinguish between eggs
the carbonic acid lathe resplred
two. The intelligent, should that will produce males and those
air Is absorbed a special. substance )
endeavor to ascertain what Is want- producing females by locating the air
Ir ,.
S c s7- caUed'osyll tb9.
1 Ing in the soil and supply it,' remembering cells, those having the cell directly
The.apparatus alu has the rualltiev
: that he can -make no possible across the large and hatching cockerels -
of a life buoy, and the wearer ;when mistake with barnyard manure. while those havIng the cells
.J'n. under water by simple manipulation .
can<< a
slanting slightly l contributed pullets, ,&
rise to .surface'rapidly and
))0 Justice to'I'oo1trl. thinks scientists might well devote
float until rescued. The apparatus can
Poultry should now be filling the some, time to experimenting to devise -
be hung handily within a -submarine
egg basket, and will, if they have some easy method of distinguishing :
be in sec
boat and can donned thirty
justice done them It is'not enough fertile front Infertile eggs
in the most poisonous
onds. Even '
p that they are well fed; other conditions before they aro placed In the Incnba-
fumes of chlorine gas which sea
are requIred Their ,houses tor or placed undei' tho hen-In fact
generates when It comes In con should be well cleansed, their nest before they leave the hands x>f the :

RE1T -AUGUSTA NATURAL BRIDGE, WHITE CANO SAN tact with the batteries of submarine boxes thoroughly washed and a llttlo seller if they are boughten.:; This ,f-'
live for hour
boats the tr
wearer an
I' JUAN COUNTY,' UTAH. *_' minutes. quicklime sprinkled In them. The would save a lot of disappointment

320 feet; height,. 34S feet_ : width} of roadway on top. 33 feet. anditwenty Commander, Hall s.tys. he does not floors of their houses should also be The common custom la to test eggs 4 r
after four or live''days, removing
well sprinkled with quIcklime; and
I want to keep the patent a secret! mid.:
within 'a radius of throe or' four I whom pictured the pineapple. the roosting poles whitewashed. All those not showing Indications of ferIlity. -

miles, and many smaller'ones are Notable among these were Thevet. there is no reason' why foreign governments these are necessary to purity the atmosphere I These are not In the leant in
found within a' comparatively short I Benzonl, de Lery, Durante and Orta. should not use apparatus and destroy the vermin I jured by the few days' heating. But \ 1 {

distance.- The smallest of tho three Some of these knew and had seen the -New York SUn. that Infest these places. The cleaning his !latter business, while It saves apart ,

shown "la a giant compared with the pineapple In its native habitat, Brazil. process should also be applied to of the hatch does not do away

Natural BrIdge of Virginia, with There seems however, to be some An Apt Reply.A the horse, cow and sheep stables.* with the disappointment at paying
to believe that It extended jury in Ulankvllle were sent out well for valuable only to have
which every one Is familiar.'On reason eggs .k 24.ari ,
account of the distance from northward In Mexico. On the other to decide a case, and after deliberatingfor Von Cannot Afford It. too large a percentage prove Infer- !
some time came back and the tile. Incidentally it Is worth men-
railroads and the difficulties encoun- No- farmer can afford to do withouta
foreman told the Judge they were un Ion that even' the experimenting
tered In making the trip, but few good garden It is not to be expected -
able to agree upon a verdict. The lat Montreal dame does not explain how
people have.visited these curiosities, that will be e
every one a fancy
ter rebuked the ..jury saying the case she arrives at the conclusion that the
and their -
discovery being comparatively gardener, but every ono should give Aufiitt la the month of la tern*I
clear oneand remandedthem.back
was a very straight across 'air cell producesthe
recent, but little Is known
sufficient attention to the subject' so catarrh The mucous*miembraaes -
to the jury room for a sec cockerel since the hatch of four. ''
about, them. Only within the last ot bowel
as to produce all staple vegetables especially tba *.
year or two has anything like a scl.entlflo ond attempt adding, "If you are them earlier than can be produced la .the teen simply showed them equally dl- are very liable to congestion

study been made of these too long I will have .to send you in field. It is not only essential to the vlded in sex as the air cells Indicated causing summer complaint and ,

peculiar formations. In 1905 Salt twelve suppers.' health and enjoyment of the they would .be. catarrh of the bowels and other
Lake City men visited the region and The foreman. In a rather irritated proper internal orfsns. P.-,,,-,,,, is mn
but it
family, actually a matter of
the scientists of the party made an tone spoke up and said!: "May It excellent remedy lor all these
profit. your whole farm be .
and Profit conditions.No .
honor, might send in Variety
extended study.ot the structures and please your you
made as smooth, dry, rich 'and as well F
careful measurements as well as eleven suppers and one bundle of The farmers should make stock -- -
numerous photographs. hay."-Upplnoott's. cultivated as 'a good garden, the Increased raising; more profitable by growinga I grief U aa great as the ono you i

A-plcture gives but a faint Idea of product of would pay a large variety of crops Instead tit depend- cannot take to a friend for sympathy y
per profit the outlay. '
the 'magnitude of these giant structures lag mostly upon grain and hay, for I,
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. In the garden, or In a separate apart- Argo Arco
Argo Argo Argo Argo
the largest of which Is to the variety gives the farmer more ad
natural bridges of the world what the ment, may be cultivated strawberries, vantages. It he grows; turnips he I Argo Argo Argo Argo
How a Veteran Was Saved .lbe Amputation raspberries blackberries currants,
Grand Canon of the Colorado is to secures them late in the season (usually -
the gorges of the world."It Is claimed of a Limb. grapes and dwarf pears. They can after llabllty of dry weather has Crossing the Delaware."Washington ,t'
all be had at a very small cost of H'
that the Augusta Bridge Is the largest B. Funk: Deremus, ,veteran, of money or labor and will add Immensely passed). and a large supply of roots Crossing the Dela
known natural bridge In the world; _Roosevelt Ave.. Indianapolis Ind.. to the will enable him to economize with ware" has been painted more than 1,
enjoyment of the
but Mr. Charles 'F. Loomis In his Interesting says. : "I had been household. the grain and ba)". Ho can also grow once. Bully's magnificent painting .

book80me' Strange, Co,. showing symptoms. of late corn fodder, cow peas and rape, thrown on his hands by the Legislature i

nee of Our Country describes a w kidney. trouble from Good Males Demand- Good Care the latter affording excellent pasturage of North Carolina la In the Boston I, ,

natural bridge In Arizona that is tbe time I was mustered for sheep and swine when "'ullum.. The picture by Leutse.

large enough to'contaIn a five-acre out of the army We should not "give a rap," as grass; may not be abundant. But It Is in the .Metropolitan Museum! of Art.

peach orchard upon' Its floor Itl'' but in all my life the saying Is, for a "rooster" that is I. not so much the growing of various George crossed the Delaware on Decembers. ;t

structure Is, however, radically differ 1 never suffered as not gallant enough to give his mates crops for use at all seasons that the He was retreating to Pennsylvanla. -. r,

lent from that or the Utah bridges; so in 1897. Headaches lint privileges when It comes to eat farmer should consider so much as wasn't be? Washington war '

that It cannot be classed, with them. r t r y'r' dizziness and sleeplessness ing.The the full bins and storehouses of succulent a brave man. Why Is he depicted r;.

These three bridges are situated In r first, and rooster that 1s always readyto food for winter use. It I. in'he standing erect In a small boat great

the ..White Canon' which, leads down then dropsy. I was "lick" another one that happens winter season that the farmer. hunks"of Ice on alt sides, enough to'

to the. Colorado Rivet. In"fact, all weak-- and- 1i-#.lnl...._ to cross his path, the rooster, that baa (be advantage of using the'crops swamp a ship telescope In hand, looking )
'of.tb. Datural.brIde.. of this regionare baring"run down from 180 ; 125 does not hesitate to show his vocal he has grown and Increasing their hungrily for the Pennsylvaniashore

in;: canons leading down to the pounds. I was having terrible painIn capabilities by frequently crowing, value by adding thereto his labor. ? lie Is not represented ass

', Colorado. The large bridges' are In the kidneys, and the secretions and the rooster that is courteous Many farmers object to certain methods general leading an army, but as"a fugitive .

the very wilds of the continent about passed almost' Involuntarily. :My left enough to believe in "ladles first" I of feeding because they claim from justice. Fleeing from ,the
115 mlJell.trom' Yellow Jacket Canon ., ., and stands' and calls his mates and '
leg swelled until It was 34 Inches that the thorough preparations of wrath to como. -I 'hate such pictures
Colorado, and-155 miles from Cortez:; 'Photograph of the First Pine. around, and the doctor tapped It then steps aside while they eat the foods are too laborious, but It all historical' effect be' bad.-New- t
1 Colorado, the nearest outfitting point Illustration 'night dainty morsel he hai found-"-that I Their sy
apple Ever Pub and morning until I could no farmers will consider that, the more ' ': '
for travelers visiting the region. lished.-De Ovled!>. 1533. longer stand It, and then 'be advised rooster is one after our own heart. labor they can sell In the form of York.. Press.. ',",';,J *0:1.-\II\:< $

'Bluff, Utah a small Mormon settle ---- amputation. I refused, and began Show us that kind.of a rooster and some product the greater their increase ', .. ..' ,, ., .

.went.-la a sort of relax place or.halfway hand. It was probably not native to using Doan's Kidney Pills. The we will show :you a rooster that Is they will not hesitate to give "About Bats.

point on the journey, which mu.t the West Indies. Acosta (1600) says swelling subsided gradually the capable of strongly fertilizing ''eggs more attention food preparation. Nearly all bats have, the (faculty ot t

.be made on horseback| most. of. the that it was Introduced there from urine became natural and all my from a maximum number of females Lost time Is really lost labor, and the hibernating. Their hibernation, how

way. Brazil. However this may bfo, it wasprobably pains and aches disappeared. I have, .But-here, dear, friend. Is often farmer who Is not employed everyday ever. Is not: perfect.-4hat is. to say .k

1 The dimensions of the bridges: according cultivated there before the been well, now for nine years since the "rub"-a male bird of this kind Is losing something. If he can
to _estimates, and ,careful coming of the Spaniards. I using Doan's Kidney Pills." must secure In some way just as ave food and make larger profits he middle of winter they wake up, Jo

measurements,that have been made. )I There are at .least,.three) American Sold by dealers. 50 cents a box. much If not a little more to eat than will be more than recompensed for gether with the Insects which are their

_ -- -------- - ro.te;-MUburn Co.. Buffalo N. Y. does his less gallant brother and. Unless his labor, and the best time when food. Still theirs Is ,a true hibernation

-_ : fed separately he will becomeso one can be well paid for the work Is trance, differing from, sleep with(

run down in condition in two or In the winter, as the foods, tin man very low rate of pulse. Heart action

LANDING IN ENGLAND.* three weeks of breeding service that ure heap, the repairs of buildings and respiration. Probably they would ;y

he will begin to be seriously lackingIn aDd Implements and other Indoor endure Immersion In water for an
doing Through the .Custom House I.a Is sexual strength; therefore, it becomes
I&pflco. Jo1a
: work are then the most Important. tour or two without drowning, as otti-
Simple Matter There. to him
necessary remove from
matters. er tifbernatora have been found to do.PUtaUurg .
There Is no country where the matter the females every day or two and t
of landing :from! American pas- give him a generous feed of corn and tw'1

lleogel'1lblp. 1s so easy and so expedlt- meat ot some kind, that is, green cut Dry Foods

kmsly done as England says the Travel bone or ground beef scraps. That. In winter 'many animals are compelled Meat

m Magazine. Of course, it is a free the only gallant way for you to treata to subsist largely on dry rations .

trade country, the freest In the whole gallant rooster, and, you will find the sameness of diet being!/ suchas
world. at the same time that It Is the only to some times cause loss of ap-

There are duties )levied oo tobacco profitable' way.-Poultry. Editor in petite. In fact in many cases of livestock may be a

.) and spirits, but travelers are alloweda The Epitomist. being -off: their feed," as it Is

half pound of tobacco, In any shape termed, the cause Is' due to lack of a

and a haVf pint of spirits! which," also Feeding a Itoree.The .' sufficient food, or Insufficient variety Blessing

means the same as perfume. SugarIs Journal of Agriculture gives from the regular routine. With the .

l. dutiable whether in grain sweets some figures of the cost of feeding a supply of ensilage this difficulty is not : u

"' LITTL"B''bH EfSWlN"" 1"UA or in jam, 'but a small quantity is horse in the West. How do they, so largely met, but some farmers will
THE: -" ; SAN COUNTY. freely passed. compare with the cost of keeping one not build silos, .preferring to adhere
If It the chance to
V gives one
II' ''" UTAH In all cases, however these g'OOdsmu.t In this State? I. closely to oil methods. A few acres

Span, 208 feet; height 121 feet. be the actual property of 'tbe What does it cost to feed the work of beets, carrots or turnips 11'111.not. know the tremendous value of C,

passenger, and ''be for Ma use and control horse during the ye'arT! .It is claimed tall' to be of valuable assistance not a complete change; fo diet.

will give'one something of an. Idea: names for the fruit, and there are no Coma coffee and
of their magnitude. ,The, largest oJ ancient names except those derived dutiable as are reprints of English ton; wheat bran. $17.BO; corn', S22; (which is not the case as ,

l.tbe three, the great Augusta Bridge, from this source. Moreover no men. books. Outside of. these things as dried brewers' grass $17, and gluten I .hey"are composed largely of water), Try this for breakfast: H ,

baa a span 320 feet and a height 348 tloa Is made of It before the published named, passengers can bring in anything meal $29 per ton, that a horse can but rather because they ,contain a

| feet with a roadway,'on top thirty description by Oviedo! I motors, cycles bones, but not 'be fed during the six months when large per cent. ot water, are easily

feet wide. ''The Natural Bridge of I I dogs, for ,which animal a not to exceed the hardest work is done for $31. digested, and provide an agreeable
i Virginia with Us span of ninety-three The Backward Moor. six months .quarantine awaiU. During the remaining six months tho change of' diet-from dry food to A Little Fruit.,

f were pygmy compared'wltb,this giant it.among the Moors. Thereare 'customs officials are Ute appointees It', will be noticed that the cost of Increasing the flow of milk because
i of the,Rockiea, The archway of the they stimulate the appetite, promote A Solt-Boil.J Egg
no clocks, and It Is estimated by., under the civl) service-and timothy is figured at about double
Caroline"?.Bridge has'' ,a,;span of, 250 one who knows that not fifteen percent ? will be found' most obliging and help- the price It sells for on the average digestion and, Induce the animals to Some'Nice, ,Crisp Toast

'feet and a height'of, 183 feet. The of the population are able to CuL In fact( ,, they are model. to the farm., This Is because the authoritieswho eat more. Invention has also lessened J 1 ,

smallest; of the three is known as the reckon\ 'the time, of-day, As the. sun customs world. Tell ,the truth at all made the estimates live near the ,the, cost -of preparing,foodl.. as Cup of Well-made

Uttle or .ldwln'Brldee.! Though crosses.the meridian at 11.17 o'clocka times to these officials: and you will be large centres, where prIce. of feeds cutters and dicers rapidly reduce Poititm Food Coffee.
called little It. Is far from being small Dag is run.up on he tower of the all right.They are marvellously keen are higher*than In'the ou trying sec carrots and other foots to a condition 3 3That's

with Us span of 2 OS. feet and.. height principal mosque, and Immediately on ..pott.iDe.the supposedly smart liar tions. Where mixed haretalls for in which they can be tod to the animals

of 121 feet to top.ot the roadway,thatCJ'OIIII8II' other flags appear upon ""'the towers'. ' $> to $I per ton,-corn'for fifty cents without danger of choking
It.-Scientific, American.: I of other,mosques throughout the ... ...... and oatS thirtv-flv cents per bushel them. The corn fodder supply It all. and, you feel comfortable ,
city '
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This is -\t'.1.30'lother, : flag CRUELTY:,TO. ANIMALS. It Is cafe to icythat.: the average well cured, and cut down In the field and well-fed until lunch.

)AJBaby: T.hat; which j makes home gun Is fired. This Is the extent of the to give him something of my own can be fed the entireyear.and' kept highly ".relished It cut into shorts THEH' REPEAT. '
irppler ".love' stronger. ..patiencenreaterV Moorish Idea of time: 'Only a few of (cooking 'and be- said I'd better try In good flesh for $40. ._ : lengths. Farmendependnpoa bay,
hands --busier nights longer. the better :class have, books or' can It on the}dog'first. "Wasn't' .that a., In the first estimate made above It but,tbey': use too much hay/-because

da1lShorter.. the: past forgotten, the read or write.. cruel' suggestionHer' T will be noticed that the price on-gju. they .either" waste other, valuable And':night have a",liberal- meat' :.'
'The' Fr'Iond-Yeryl .1, thought your ten feed Is has been found foods, or doubt such for tho 'and .
brighter.- -Rupert1* Magazine; mails are'carried by runners, quoted.; It prepare ,vegetable dinner;'..lth'a QrapV
future who( go from Tanglers to Fe* in two husband, fond of dogs.I-Illus. that this material can be fed to horses stock. 1C a bushel of carrots can be Nuts pudding for dessert;-" . \i-
Burglars ,made, boles la the roof days _* They':'carry a loaf of' coarse .traded, Bits. with excellent results, especially reduced almost as fast as'they can Such diet
lot the premises'of M uses. Langham. wheaten bread 'which, together,:with .,r 'the spring when.the animals needa.Variety. be'fed Into the .cbopperas 'maybe' a. ,will,make. change In

awzibrokerti Dudley. and br this aa occaalo ali drink of: buttermilk, Even Luther Burbank hasa't'yefc' sue- A '.raU n ''compoNd jot one done, the ''labor of cutting them is your,health and strength worth triaL

Secured A haul of 100 watches .." ."'as ,their:only sustenance...... ceeded.rin graf ting tbe'.milk weed to'' part'part pals. aDd very "Inexpensive, and the 'benefit 'ot

jus article OZlewelryq n.*. ; Outing J4 paln.. ,the strawberr/T plant and producingstrawberries' I 'two. pa ,.eoraGla"e' os\ the Idea feeding a tarUty will be very nolle "Tbere' a Resiion." '

and cream regrets the mixture'for,the'work, horse The_an We. _. ". : = I :
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ul iCA. IB.wltb her .H*'*n tltutes that everlasting DOCTORS PRESCRIBE. SULPHUR. man nttycnred by Dr. koine's Great Verve. .

maJorlt, //ac..lnlt which sin Restorer ee trial bottle ana treatise irea>
cannot pr..IL Bat Sulphur Shodd Be Vsed In, Dr.H. B. Pine,I.lLaS1ArehSt.,Phila.. Pa. Every Kernel a\ Good Oho p

SLRMoN' be The found abilities allia'in' of,her the means, churcti, In are her? ,Liquid Form Only,, No failure Is 'complete unless' ambition Plump, solid, clean, "heavy, YOU can raise this a

Y'iTh rzev., men and In her was killed In the' falling rulaa. kind"of wheat elf fertilize
message.f0,7 ,'H&Deoek''Uq'll14' Sulphur is the mast ,, -every year you -ut

r in W1ty her omeanChurch II to be wxmderfttl remedy for Buciua: : I have ever w systematicalwith!

t baa church known writes. Dr. W W.. Leaks, of Orlando
I: iii h.r..ondrou.means than e"er befo" In ., Fl" *., who wa cored of a. case. of .
Subject) "The Opportunities history 8he Is the '
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Abilities ,,richest Institution in the world. The years' tending, P' otash 1
at the Church." organization of the church Is tremendous Dr. W. A. Hoard, of MalttMkd, Fla...was ;

We are almost over-or- cored of Eciem alter b. had suff red'for

'''' lanlsed. The cburch *M an Influ-I thirty,....., and says;. "Hancock's Liquid 1
Dn t fertiliser that Contains
Yi .. accept a
Brooklyn N :
treachlng at the eace tbat.U' ** 'K-reachlng Is the all Skin
Irving! Square Presbyterian ; spiritual dominion : al her I Sulphur flnevt remedy for less than 6X of.tbU most eucntlid plant. ; '

Welrfleld itreet and Cburch when applied and as effective, I .troublesl have ever used or prescribe* e 1, food. Rather than risk an under-aupply, }at tip
on the Hamburg avenue Men M It is widespread ''I Doctors .everywhere prescribe.It,but; they mix Potash liberally with the iertiUaer. 11 '" t
,. above theme, the may scoff at the ad
.. Her church" they'
jra w mmeU Henderson. may laugh behind I\r\ back but t-; i say Bulphor should be wed.In1\ liquid form 'To increase>the Potash one percent w ,.

took al his texts JIIO. 1:86: and pastor Mat. militant fnd m<>TlnK church,, filled only, as it is In Hancock's Liquid Sulphur. v I add two pounds cf Muriate: masb. to. '
28:20.: lie said: with the fervor and fire of the apos- Druggists sell It. Booklet free?,If you *- ? each.loo pounds of fertiliser. t f

It was Tbeodore Roosevelt wbolaleI ties, panoplled with tbe power otJTe- 'Write Bannock ,Liquid Bnlpluir Co., Balti- Our Bomvk on.Farmlng-Fr..

"The one thing supremely bovah, II a sight to strike terror to more. j I.. x
worth having !. the opportunity the heart of every evil man and It cures all 'Skin and Scalp\ DweM If Written Dy"Trperts. FuJI of pradlcaLsuggestions.
coupled with band. Ought to be in every farm 7er's
the capacity to do a 7BV and u" does strike terThVhurcl1 used in connection with the wonderful
thing worthily and well, the doing ror. Hancock's Painting for library r
Liquid Sulphur Ointment
of which In Its vital Importance as to? often she doges.moveBut the 4 GERMAN (KALI: WORKS

touches the welfare' of aU human chHruCl1 In motion is Irresistible.: Profit M. ... New Vet '
kind" The church has the men. Never FORMAL _. M..ecke HolMlnc. Calog' I ICaadler +
: ,
J' Opportunity and ability-that 1. was her ministry more able, more ,Jane-Sally Is so formal.. No one will question the superior ttoUdlag. Atlanta' Oa. A

to say the chance and the capacity Intelligent!& better educated, more cul- Mary-Is that soT appearance: of well-painted fVroperty ,:Ads.-rules tt.m.acal dq $;

to do. All true success It a.comblna turgid< Her spiritual possibilities Jane-Tes; she won't even let a The question that the property'ownerasks
tlon'of these two through them lit "Is the worth /
elements In human are unsurpassed. When appearance
man kiss her before they are engaged. ,
life. Failure Is a lack of either or or they cain the iplrlt of elf-sacrlflce of the cost?"'' : '
both., Without opportunity the man the Redeemer they will be Invincible :Detroit Free Press. '' Poor paint is for temporary appearance .- Avery & Company p 150.00 'B ''l S -

of capacity, of ability, of real worth in all the world there Is no body of only. ,
ii handicapped In the race of life men better fitted to do the labor of t There Is nothing,nicer packed than Paint made from Pure Linseed Oil .O CIIAOU TO The most complete Saw Kill '

fTo be without the chance to do Is toe blazing the trail for the world as we Argo Red Salmon, and yet the price and Pure White Lead is for lasting AVERY,& MCMILLAN.mi built la the Southern JSUtes. r

\> doomed to allure, whatever' may ascend toward God than the minis II within the reach of all. appearance and for protections It ... ....... P.rsyta .c, At...... 0.ALL ..
be our capacities or abilities for ac ten of the'churcb of Jesus Christ. saves repairs and ,replacements _t., Gainesville Iron Works;;
complishment. Contrariwise laclrof There- Is no more competent leader' me many times the paint Investment. KIKBSJ

ability shears opportunity of value ship. There Is no body anywhere IN PRACTICE."As The Dutch Boy trade mark is found Qalnttvllle, w r1i8ITE

The mute, inglorious Milton of whom that can so -safely guide.'' The angels: ,, we shall wear sandals," only ton kegs containing Pure White

the bard so sweetly sang was and I church has the men In the pew as observed,May. Lead made by

Is to-day a man of power, of caracily well., The day has passed when thepew "Won't we have trouble keeping the Old Dutch . 1 A

of ability, lacking In oppor.tunny. was piously uneducated religiously -Process.: ,
Not otherwise, many a man ,untutored. To-day the bulwark them onT" 'asked Fay. STAR tSIIOGIIG4
has had opportunity standing at the of the church Is' to be found In "Not after Courier SEND FOR re. ,

door of his life beckoning to success her enlightened laity. The ministerno l Journal. BOOK "
who hat shorn that opportunity or longer Is the only superbly educated / 9twaoh.nalre.. '

Itt value because be has had no ability. man in the community The Children ,"A, Paid..,..". AU,I'". -r !' ''.10..... ..,,,,' tTl.
because be has been layman Is as cultured the Mrs.Wlaalow'.Soothlag Syrup for ...,_ .. th. .I., < ..... bear
unable to as priest. .
.. .
teethlng.eoftens thegnma.rediioealnaunmm' <-J a t tree An lewd tit tnMf '
accept the chance that was presented And It Is well. The emclency ot the tion,kllays pa1II.curee wind oolle,8Sc a bottle .pea. _, "*r*M''ia aw w. ....' lei...... t '
to his view. It there I I" a sadder ministry ought to be enhanced there '' -.Ire flay ,
thing than a man ef genius lacking by. And It I.. No minister may A woman's organisation In Sweden ....a M.rM.JMb.. -"- '- '
in"' opportunity It is chance awaiting reckon the stupendous- ,reform that IB called the "Danimklubb. Them.. tmf. yealnolnti .....IoIoIeo h.a a .

the!' acceptance of Incompetence has t been wrought In the world, for ire,this country'complainsthe :\f....York.'!,. '1..f......... ot-I_... amdLica.l.aATWrfA

$...t\\., Ability needs opportunity in order to tbe good of the ministry as for the W ahlngton Post that are called :. ,:;::..h: ;..n-l: U.. --0..1. Ph"U"'ooI.f '
the exercise and the presentation of whole church .of Jesus Christ, the sitoie thing by the husbands. Reliable Prick Cnglnee. ollerv, all .UOCYCO: ,
the, powers of the human toul. LlkewU through the education of the pew. {(lies. Wheat'Separatera.; ,, AUallt O G. .Y-.'

opportunity is valueless without Such a pulpit and such a pew constitute vat",... .
saw.t. .
corresponding and sufficient abil I a living factor that is constantlyan 1 i
effective asset to the work ot the r ''w 1t Y ':" -
ity.As with the world so with the church of God. Mart Luther.said, "No U oher is flt to JId WOOD, .ION; LAljJ! STEEL'S

church of the living God. The,church And the church has the message. teach school who Is not also able to teach p .

has ability beyond any force that And It is not a new oue.Ve. may musicBo mntlo went Into the German

works for righteousness and for God restate It.Ve may redefine its essentials : schools tour centuries &IfO. and so began Ah E' l

In the world to-day, But If the We may clothe It in. the i tbs wonderful matloal culture of the Merman N Ptl
church has no for vernacular of our land and age. We
opportunity the musical and I BEST IMPROVED SAW BILL ON EART .. t
The advantages
exercise of her divinely granted capabilities may readjust It to the changing life
for the uplift and the regeneration to which it speaks. But It lit the opportunities at the State Normal School at Large Engines. and ..Belter supplied ., KDTM OP Burma AJTB sou. WPPUIIS ,

of the world her capacities tame old message. The message of Athens, Ga., have b eeD created because the promptly Shingle Mills/ CernMlti.;1 tgabedfwalryYatVNwf/, ( =tlritea', ,

are valueless. On the other band salvation from the dominion and the publlo la Georgia prefers a teacher with ,' Circular awa.Saw ,Tseth.Patant: Dog. .

whatever the opportunities of the grip of sin through the grace ot Godas musical accomplishments. There Is no better ; HICKS'CAPUDINE, .'team Governors. Full line Englnea e\ ; i

church may be, save as she has- the it'Is revealed to a world in thrall IB common-school : .Mill .uppll..n'", fer free CaUlogu
through Jesus Christ Lord. The instruction anywhere : f lIghtSiiMij1LS A
ability tq do the work that God has our I T/ .r
given! her' to accomplish her opportunities world needs It. The world wants It. musle teaching, sight-reading, chorus sing Telegraphy'Shorthand rroatr eeneolt
are voided. The church has It. It is her mighty lug gl" club mule, or on the piano,'Vloll.,1 ; CURES peeitieakWrite lereaaaner 1

The opportunities and abilities of asset The church not only has the mandolin guitar, cornet or clarinet trot. ralesTtoUftm.
the church of the Lord Jesus Christ. message. She is the message. She Director'ot this department ALL ACHE8THsl LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES .
O. B. HUtnage, ,
'Let us look for moment at her op- not only has the truth; In a sense AM .iJi" aAwa, AND UP*>LIC., STEAM AND* iGASOLINP
portunities.. There are to be found she Is the truth. If she Is not she Is a very genius as a teacher,chorus pouter, kens a1Swg5lle, Bookkeeping: ".'. CsOsn { CNOINC: .

to-dky conditions that are at the first ought to be. There Is no need for and conductor! of orchestras. Hiss.Clare ateggalMilli If .. GVTry TA.

glance diametrically opposed that afford new truth. There Is no call harden bll..I.toDtI.most accomplished LIVE AND LEARN.. LIXBl WIHKS KDM TtItppbr, : --'"LOMBARD' aAlBiree

an opportunity.for the church for a new' gospel. The necessity Is pianist and superb teacher! piano mulo. "I revere loddana ,lUley Is such IlI'Weet TMzuvela ytlaldlan" ), APIEDMONT'QOllECE A CUllED

of the living God. The opportunity hat we shall apply the old, old Charges are'moderate. The School sends a singer. I. ,. '
of the church is to be found 'In'thelack story .ot God's redeeming love and 'Xa.l application. Well" ''declared the, old Hoosier;; ' flrO' $'J .
.lIullotl"( upon' ;
special '"
of man's ,
responsibility to Ood'to the r"
ot principle' so largely presentedIn J
M. "c.-5 barter go away from home to ail H., t RNIeLaemover
world to-day. We must lead man to 'Tbe session begins September J
the lives of the leaders In .
our lIe_. I never knew'that Jim sang., ", OCMONCCT./ : GA.E..htt.l ,I 11.T.leIrOCU .... S to s.
see and to know that God Is
social life, as has been revealed In as truly . '
... _' '
OF aesotw 1 .u B l r A.p.r.wq.d ''- : apertwMpt are'

the recent and horrifying disclosures the .captaln..,ot our souls al He bal USES. NOSES. ,Washington Herald. -...- N. --_ ,; I. -.'ToUIt.-t__, .
our political and financial and In been of our fathers In the ages past Teacher 'Y... little ones; 'this Is \ -.... 5s/sos .*. Mrnta a0 imluj .4-. 'given e.M 1 lln affairs. Another opportunity and that peace quietude, content the el hant'I' trunk." '(She proceedsto rapidly a..m.Mee ...._. Fie eMl_mmt t utbv into-' ..wpil. DA.H.Ilea's.tens.e.J, (
Red Salmon Is becoming a
Arco -- p
ment, that are perdurable, can be secured \ What the elephant -
the church Is to be found la theImpCrfect explain at length 'iF' 11
acknowledgment upon-the only through complete obedience can do' with Its trunk), ."And now, a household word In this locality. HENRY C.-NEWEL1, 'Acti'President .... .. ,

part of men In all walks of life of to His holy will. children you shall tell me what your At all grocers. ,. ..

their accountability to God and to the These opportunities and these abll- Is for." .,
i divine control. A further opportunity (ties are dependent upon the spirit of nose .RJI .I"
Elsa .Ann (aged ftW-UI aver '
(, of the church/ to be realised In the I fidelity to the Spirit of God .that poeeeases '
us. Dominated and controlledby to wipe, roum<-IllustratedDIU. > .', Cobn *!eln-"Vot Iss It.i Pop .
present distrust In the finality of ma- .. *
terlalUm as a method of life and the spirit of the living God-tbe \"',, ,',V, -. ':\. J'I.\/i i perfrVot makes you look so ha.ppyrair. her' e. ..atroeo- '
'I' progress !, *\ : i 1" I bat Just rc.i- bolt ef P>ytttqa wlib.a.oeII. ,
church translating desire Into : CoheDateln-"S-h-h .
which) is Increasingly common en- Red Salmon furnishes material I and- nifttlbe testimonials. Bend '.
In all grades ot society and among all ergy, may, lead humanity to the Argo been;talking to, der gardner, und he, .. T"" your name; bud address oa a postal cant
" for the muscle and brain and does tree
classes and conditions ot'mea. We promised> land of tbe new dispensation tells me dot our peach grop dla. year r L4_ ......." = e Paw. cleanse.mucous.
and, follow our Saviour Into the not heat the blood. Look in yourgrocer's ....": aukd'a ,and heals
are growing to know that money In rill\ bea. total tallure.Pucka"B hL : : . PAXTINElions
itself is of little value. We are maturing confines of the spiritual kingdom of window for .the transparencies ,t" :SMI11iDEAL..Ptidtr, .. .Va.: mess. i. -

Into a comprehension of the God. Without the spirit opportunity of Argo Red Salmon.IT : ":sao f ffeottnns -
and ability are helpless.The A ; .EASE, INSTITUTE .AUTU each as -naul eatarrb, *lTlc
truth tat: wealth without character: ;, ., HACOOCHEE catarrh and InflammaUao caused
by Ieml
Is a condemnation of Its possessor church must accept these opportunities :;"A.. ulna Ills sore sore throat and n
ALWAYS DOSS IT."Experience.1 Saperior...It.,....n. MoM bMntlfat. .la tae. i eyes
since she has received i
We are learning to grasp the fact tM.*. Tclfpkoiiffi envil1ia, .111-l CkwdnratlvkoPRIMKaot... mouth by direct local treatment.
besa-capacltles.. The world is her said the Sidewalk 0&0011... ...PROFANE...<1>... aU.. power over these troubles Is ..tra-
that the'things tbat are temporaryare field. And the world is needy. The Philosopher "Is the beet teacher." ....It...... Moral,. ol taveonmttnlir. *aci..ll...t. Qna4 ordinary and gives Immediate relief. I 1.
really transient; that the spiritual -... from to no par_O\.ao. Omiraeof ..dr. Ma. Thousands of women are wing and reeotnmendlng '
hearts of humanity are warming to- "That's right replied Senator Bad .'.. .LI.....,. Art and )In I . realm In the universe of God affords l G......_ .. 'I'JCClALIIIT.. ".... ..Peet.t.l.n '
the greatest satisfaction to tbe ward Ood. It Is her prerogative her ger.NTbere'. nothing like experienceto Writ for rt.i druII'R1.UorllYn'AU. Eemembrrhowever
Him direct humanity
to reveal to -
duty ,
out, Is most of account, lays bold steer us against new mistakes. TUB! K. PAJLTOM, CO) .. Moetoa- Mase.TELEGRAPHERS .
upon eternity Opportunity for the to Him. She cannot be neglectful. Milwaukee: Sentinel. (At33-W.
not be. In
She will Trusting w
Christian church Is to be found In .
comprehension of the value of the power-of omniscience and relyIng ." _at M......' '1'10.. .. '
the eternities that Is becoming Increasingly upon the energy of divine love Orannla EyeLids 10 000 WANTED7rir.. ...,wa s hrle.r QoI.o'' ,
the Men multitudes he empowered church will accept can be cured qUI ld, 1 by Leonardi' Lo.t' .h.. ..Af ....rsilwa elll..I.I.. _II.".. T.eaw_. T-ab..h:a n...d f.2 p
vogue. her God-given opportunities and Golden Eye Lotion. Heat, sore and In- ..i..Mool-m... -: lrooI.t'lI.: I. rwy'- pw.rd rb .aar .
of life discounts oar uad.e $ work far .... "
men, find that the tbat cc. .r cap. ,'
measure up to them. For the church eye. are eured without pala In one WriM forSffiSiS the relations of the kowan must be faithful to God or die. The day fcy iJeonardl's. Cools, beau. strengthen ,
soul to its divine Creator Is dissat church was not born to die. The. Jtakes strong eyes. Ouaranteea or : SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY S rasa ;
isfying. They are critical of their money refunded lit IKgUU MI! it at 14! ots. tall senior October to .
church Is Immortal. i April| Spring Beeilon. April to October. Largest Pharmacy Mhouloath.
own spiritual fitness, and of the or forwarded 1'1',1100 I receipt of price by I Drug store la the College. '...Hooka<., caving SI church's. They are questioning thecredlblllty H. B. LeouaroJ A C>., Tampa, fla. Equlpmant three lboratorl. Demand for out Kt*<1uat*< ezi-vecto sanplr. Tnltion,tAper .ry
ot thechurch'Jepiritual Daily Life Glorified. ....IOD. Addna. W, B. FREEMAN Mecretarr. Laeklei. St Uaae. 0_ '
and reliability Orr.. Bowel mud'1.Nil.g Treble. *e,
concepts-and dec Last Sunday morning 'in unnumbered '' .e..a50..b.ttl..vrrwber .' '
Dr Wiley asserts that total abstinence t' :
larations. The church has a glorious churches throughout the land of ANDREWCOLL, GE
from pie for' a period a year
opportunity In.the return toward God stood a simple table an4 upon It CUTHBCrVT. 'aCOKQIA., '. : '
that is characteristic of the lives of bread> and wine. Men were partaking or more. will result in greatly Improved ESTABLISHED .
a- host of GoTs children throughout of. the Lord's Supper. Christ had nealtff.. MORE \THAN FIFTYYEARS/
touched commonplace things and Mica A high grade eollir/ for girls and young ladle., offering in parlor adrentagce .0..1&.
this land. From sea to sea, from -- and special eourwe HlKheM point above sac level la South Ueor la. ,..,,_health..eo'".
lakes to southern gulfs, materialism made them holy. Most memorialsare NO REUEF FROM ECZEMA Climate Ideal Has a press blalorr and numbers >..onor lu alumnae some of. the noblest,
is palling/ on thoughtful wanderers evidence of striving after the uncommon Axle women In reor/ila and the Bouth. Next...lon opens Uept. U. Address :

from God. the truth Is appealing and as the worthy the, tomb For Over Two Years" Patent Medl- REV.. ,J. W.'MAL.ONE Pre.ldentCuthb8rt: Ca. -
with such force as seldom In the upon the mountain-top, the obelisk > Grease "
.Cures and Even Doctors '
history of the world it has ap the pyramid, the vast building or the cines. Quack. O
pealed. Td be sure this appeal is I great institution. Not least of the Kail-Cutk-nra Succeeds. Helps the,Wagon up! W. L.. ,DOUGLAS A "'
along lines. It is suited to the I esser lessons taught by that simple 1 was very badly I afliicled with eczema "
needs and the demands\ of this day meal Is the worth of common thln ". tot mom than two )'ear.. 'J'be parts affected the;Hill. 'S3.00:&'' S3.BO SHOES: CLD ,
limb below the ItD".. 1 ; .s.HOt. FOR EVERY MCMBCRATlAU. .. ,m
and of this generation. It Is notyesterday's There is no meal but may be made an ; were my I : s : .
r- appeal it is to-day's.! But hour of thanksgiving, no honest- toll tried all tbe physicians in the town and The load seems lighter--Wagon THC FAMILV. eeiOa d,

It is real. It ii vital It is compell that cannot become some in the surrounding towns, and 1 also and team wear longer-You make $25,000 S D. a: J'.w / i" g 1.

ing. It is heard. It will bear fruit.It smallest deed to which highest- motives tried all the patent remedies tbat.1 heard .I more money and bare more time) Reward l:1:-.5k.'. Oa.dwa..fadw.r.A u # ' '
beside all the advised by old
01 cure
will be the leaven in the meal may' not add glory. The Lord's < make when wheels are
U money, Tins ItKASOX L. Douglas shoes sr.worn bymen people .
that will perfect society and make It Supper gains its glory from its reference women and quacks" and found,no relief greed with. >rMlcac .la all walks of life than any.other make, is became ,f their 4t
palatable>> thoughtful is to Christ;, ,why not "do all to whatever until 1 commenced' using tbe. ., .." "'" '" f' I eioallenl etylev eaay-attlng? and superior Tearing I anallUe I .
of Godt"-Pacific Baptist UnUcurs tjo! P,, Cutieur Ointment 'and Tbe aetoetlon oI' u..l..lhera and other material fur auh part I
,the truth of God. It Is God's voiceIn the glory the Cuticura Rentedies ..' Grease; of the aboe, and every detail of the making looked after by
;Jt splvegR"ln :
the language'Of land and of Qulicura the tnoeteoinpleteorgantaationof. ndent..furemenanl +yt
the day 'It Is the of the The Quietness' Power.j < 1 found immediate relief, and'wassoon skilled aboeraakere. who roelve tbe highest' wares |> .-.
message 11.u. '
sound and well. (}. V. Beltc Tippe- aboe, Indaatry. and wuoae workmanahlp cannot be"' pr',
Almighty to the It cannotbe the things about \, Tbo longest wearing and, most y
people. One of impressive If IeouldLk.yos tsio lit, large aelorleaM.. .&OD.W.._ ,
denied. It .will not be denied. the greatest engines is the silence canoe, led; Kor. 15. 18M. , siatisfaetorj lubricant la the world. and Show yon how > ,....are made,yom \ f

There Is a moving In tbe tree tops. with which they do their work. The hop '-.0 STANDARD. OH., CO.. wear would longer then umlarataJirfVlir...., are of, greeter tbey value than .' shape oIB .,at_better Ir.a.' ., "' t
,The footfalls of Jehovah are to be through 'with 'a It Is. a man '.' L.-_.... -- ..... . ifce
tars- rushing space :1 11v Ii QUI C. Odd a. >.. .-.. be...-I''d.f iern'''''''
heard on earth. Tbe signs of tbe force we cannot even imagine, do son will work for' something lie doesn't Wi L. 110".1..'LamJ.. his name sal price on the bottom to .rot)'0. ........, bag>JIrioee

times he.mho runs may read. Any silence. want 'than, for-'something: D9. needs.( 'I, 'FBCT:3- .'IYI,,",OUlf R..rJlBJlM'cJII B.:DICKJlY': : Tfl" ..fmt. Int.rbr War..b.._...--Tab..-N.....a.b.tltet..... Vflmlof mmOtm. Sold,JniV by"shoe.darer.........n."loeNo'......b...,'M. r !jyvdI +
man with an open ear and-open eye The same thing, may be observed '
and an open mind may hear, and see, In regard to the work which, is done, ' Old:Reliable EYE WATER. CRESCENT/XNTISEPTIC '
and satisfy JUts soul I In the contemplation The most, what I Is food ... I ,
In the world. powerful Is People- often ask a < C e =---SVW IIM.' ,
of such, revelations asare, as always very'quiet" :, The'great spiritual brand of Salmon:"Argo Rod Salm. .", .%.aaoia:::...J--...[ ", CRIIAT.aT HIIALKA, KNOWN ,8CIII..OII. 4I
transcendent as they are,Immediate. ministry of the Christian Church : answer. I t ,.li.- MI NHaetMY tltlniere. 1" "1.6'-I Non. Pottwooas. Nan Irritating.: (Allays ,Inflammation aDd stop
"'Having considered some fashion I. carried forward with very little Is -the_bestTpssIble, I t. Ia.5.01 a..1..pp, '''. _I I.d.., s. I pun from any euae. As strong a* carbolic acid and ..*armlea. aa
the opportunities-of the church Noise Is not the same. work1; .......-aI.-.rah-.. I. : ... 6111. ... ..swat milk.-Cures tuna instantly cuts >ohs and >cnronia eoresienrea .
let us consider now some of .the abil olse. Pride'li, 'what maker' 'a "m'an, keepOQ ....l1.- M_..atal. pea ...w4.d1J.m'J.h.9 sores. and inBammation from any cause oa.nan or beaut for 2 ;e
Is not er.FrleDdly ; iMk. allM
tIel''of that'organisation, Institutedof frenl7 Greetings.. )Mlatf+> !ol|,,b'.tfa ;cp'rtttmitttnghis -t.*, .ye:t- .aora e4.*W.oIma.r M nv DlckjVa..u :.;: .,(,Jt4nalre. .. {:::;" ....cholera,'awr* head and'' roop;. .jBatwIacttom f poeitrrely '

hag God been among givevi men tbe'tremendous, into whose hands, dl- The Heart Is Known., Wroanda eUlA* sdglt0u>w kii,-1Io1QT. -_. JUre 00......H,....1..1.T_.. ,.ersiii.'s'4C.a.DWI ey.kfgd.drSRZOCEJVPCBga/WAi, VGof..aW; eea snaaA, ':i,

vine task to*ttransdormIndividual
lives and to trinsmnte' sinful; erring Lord of1 mercymost' loving, at
human Into, the Image .of the whose coming ;.men Jive, at .whose) sil '
heavenly democracy of God.. goodness gods hand men and '"t SoY,, oI
The abilities of the church are erelgn of life, strength! 11y4IJ' JiiHAIR

,ties.commensurate Kmmauel with 1* 'ber'opportunl't' ,The that heart made of It'man. He is no Is secret-present with Him T1! i :

though thou be alone.-From :
I,, truly M He was with I Ila thee, : : : .

her; midst. His prtitooa 'inspire 'BITS tfaaj+ IR.eo c1" j / eeoau.l" ..0'..Iho.*"ugl lr< crUcly...... ,_IIr.. ,y, h..U.. . LA.- 011&0&.11,7". .Rt3TORERArloa$1.00retail- ' ,. j_

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T .-.......-.................: Notice of Application tb Sell, Notice of Application For Tax I \

I Deed Under Section 8 of LIQUORSALL

.WilJIeiPIers t ) i 3l 1iUer.: Lands.To Chapter '4888, Law

: AU Whom U Mar Concern: of Florida. ,

Reported Weekly by O, 1, C. : N l... U hereby sinn hat the uBd. m.tgnsd .. Notice la hereby H...n that 1. W Crab & ,.

1"1 : Administrator. of the Estate ef Jerry M. Pot_. Co. purchaser of 'Tax Certificates No.SI THE LEADING BRANDS OF

.., .... ..................,. ........wtH make application to the Hooora- as. to and 40. dated Ih* Mb day

) ble W. R. Johnaton. county judae of Oaoaolaoountr. of I.... A, D. 1VO. has Sled said :: pall of ;death has 8aaln been .SUte of FlorfcU,.at...J.U oftV* ia BUlmmeecltr. oerUfluaMs U my olfte..and hat mad application .il :

folded around th. form of one of our : Florida m Monday. the IM.H day ofAucuet. for tax doeda.lo Usu tn accordance. with WHISKIES .

4 little oo** vrid the sympathetic pulse A. D. ISO?. for an order to eetl at private law 8 id certificates embr..p. th. following :
Ml the interest of the aald Jerry M. Potter land
_ been described" property .tt".teel' In Osceola. county
of citizen ball agaIn
i our to Uv foltowtoc real eatata and UaeeaaltuaU
florid towli.CortiOcate _. _. ,
E routed. to. action. by .h. unperloui ed In the eounty of Oeoeola. and Slate of Florida.towlti No :.10. WH.ofJ! K 4 See. U. T. p Case Whiskies.Kdho

: mandate. Mr. and ;Mr*. Frank Godwin South, R. 27 East. fIO aerea JTbe. said IeInd beinsinnaenJ Domestic Brandies.. -

their little child undivided half Intmet la all the Mlowlna issuance of such certificate '" riot Quart
aN bereaved An one at the date of the California (extra flu .
them in .the neVi of the ... i of ...,tton 1 own- In the of R. ... Bridges Eat. 1.0.1.Echo Rprlnra Ry... . .. ...0 7\ tlllO qIlty) .. . . . . . I us
and our public, voile with name e6 ky. .. . ."((1 76 n 2lI I M .
swt(01 the ...'". the wH Cor. -ofJNVT ... .. Maryland I'each . .. ..211 fiT f |00
.hlpt&a of r 29 ; the OartlnoatNo.8acres In NW/ "I "- . . . 7)5) ; to
. . .
the full belief, bow- -le'r: ; ::: 1 MmrwlandApple 'M M leS
.y Aheir Borrow with of the nw! the nwM of the aw.Lts4 of the ''I'of NKSisndallSK:" "of 81:' 8 of R. R. See. J it.W.. & Bourbon.: .. ( ,,8 At North Carolina. reach' ,. .:.Vf> :AS j..SI,

.everthstGod In HI. Infinite jroodcess I .w><. th*nwW of the ae!<. and. the.>< of the".H 81, T. M South; R 2$ East. 110....... The said Holaoe.Baltimore 1'.pperBollrboa..1III Rye ..40 7b S 125 M NorthOsrollnaAppie..25' : 110 2s

and mercy does ialL thing (orthe' ; of the aeX of section tnwnahlp tS a of r. :28 .1 land halos an.... at the date Of the lasusno of 1J'nterB.ltjmors Art. fto Jersey Apple Jack..a' $6 t :

the eK! of the aw 1(. and the n" of the .. ( of aec- In the name of Unknown. Old Prentloe Ky*. . .,,' ja. 1 M
best, and when UI. good time Uop U township U .of r SS! e; the a} No 40. S'. or N a'< 80. -. 'i. .i
_ . .. Certificate
Himself those whom .L Clermoot ....... .
.. .
call unto .... Rye fto |1 oo 00
_____? omet to 63
floe MM of the De'". the a.i or we nwj ana Routh R 27 East. ,/0..,.... Th aald land being Ch...'. M.ll", distilled es.peotally Port...... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. per. bottle lc .
He would select, to worship around .."of aectian VI townahin 25 a of r 2H a; the nw)" assessed. at the date of the ......_01 such eertl- and protect your house. for laedlclnalWnodford lIberty .. .. .... . ." .. .. .. .. .. ini

.His throne we should cheerfully sub- of the ...!'. the i..W of the nwX the. ."'4 of th. ..... In the name of Z. W. Petteway Jk. Co.Cfttlfloat I will be pleased to bring my 1007 u.e .. . . ... . ..415-* 1JJ Ito liurfcundy. .. . . .. . .. ; the nwM thewHof the aw' : mlt to the decree and'rejoice that ? Baker's XXXX Ky .... I :$ Wine.. . .? . 'IClaretinnau { ]
of the W of aectian H< township 21. of rW: e: the nw'!'- South. R. :27 East. 40 acres. The said land make any suggestions In the latest Kdftemnnt (Ureea. Wr.... '. .. .. .. ... ........ 15, 100 15.d. I
little one will 'In the arms oftb.Vwtofs.cUon25tow1h1P10f! r 28 .; ssseMed' at the date of the Issuance of such decorat.loDs.t.bat., you may desire. ....rwbu..l.) .... .yn ftooo '

blessed Redeemer be secure froiirharm t.- of the nw'the nit of UtV ...'. of *a.,. certificate being In the-name of M. I. Hoy:*. Drop me a card and I will cheer Ore CssrsdeTenn. ...4(1( 76. 1111' H. Miimm' Extra Iry" .. :a'S5"' 'Quart Whisker .u
I : tod freed from the many troubles lion ft township i III.of r 29 e; the e4! of th. n.''. Unless aald certlAcatea shall be redeemed ac fully' furnish estimate on paper He.l' .,;. .)?& ,. 110 I I on Mlonlden Noel & h.odoD; "Whit Seal: :a 00 JooJ

world Those of the..>< and the.K of th. ae}<: of suction, I 19I. cording law tax deed will Inua thereon on and painting ; .; : <. c : : Old J..e-. -U! -- i.eI 110
which this produces. ''Dwl(. the Kentucky !>*.,. w Ale. Beer and Stout Dozenifa
of the
25 of a! the ne'f . v r a; the 2ud daY of September. A. D.49OT.Mliiess per !
infinite wisdom of the Ore Rod Top .. .. ... M
: us that the nw!i of the neV fA aectlon f I townnhln V s of r \ official signature tnt! seal this the Mark Hovers .40 TX I ftoJtalir flaiis'l'aie .
my .
BA1IE1 > . .. . .. .
.tor selects to occuDy the .land- have 2* ei: the&K of the ..'4 of section 6 towiuihip Z-l a 2ud day of August, A. D. EOIE A. Maid .*..4ii 7.% 1 MlttM6 ( >B4Kto\t; . I>.., dozen.. !:..
26 of 29 .1 baltImore Kye . ..i* r.0 I oil) I Anhauser Rusoh iilu.j.abel. llit
only a comparatively short time to of r:2V.:all of suction 8 townahlp a 4l,.] P.. t.. I-KSI.EV. Old . 1 1 1 eo
Cambridge. ,40 ?A I AOPuritan
.dll"". We lire and strive to obtain the ei) of net'*_ and the_ a'. L.of..."_ .b.ctlontowIF." '0 Osneola Clerk COIIIII Circuit,.Court Florida. Ky*. . .40 7,'I 1 50' Auhauaer Iiusch Budwelser j 1 It
tb ..." or,;n.>& spcuon a" ORLANDO. FLORIDA. Golden ship 4 *of r 29 e; C am 40' 7\ I AO
thtwh1ch never sallsfles l but only) 1 "By ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. D. I'aul Jones . \\ Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.Uolden
\ township S of r W' e: Lota I. :it, t, 4 In block ; __ _, _ .8ft < I y\ .

1 produces a continuous craving that, never must. all blocks A n. 4. II. t.9.:10. 11. all block U: ofPu..I' h Con.tlt"UBn'H"I Tavern . .. 40 75 7ft I I AO MIKentnckv liter Rye . .... ". . rer gallon 1 so'
; thinking the great future .... Park all block JII. Iota. I. *, :'. 4 in block Brook Hill (Bottled In Mountain MprAiK Rye . . . .. I
exist a. an eternity in an eternity lo' 14.; Ms I. 2. In block IVlota. '". 4. 6. 6 in block in. Notice of Application to Sell Osceola County bond) .. 7* Tfib Mountain RpniiV Rye XX .. .. Z\\
r whichthe mind either lives In torture Orerhaltbottl.diu bond) . I AO Monntaliit.PrlnsltyXXX:, ".' ,. 111}
stranffethat lots. 2, S. <. S. 6 In block au. all bloch 21. itt.: a.i. S4. Lands. Yellow Label . . . . .:.0 ft.1 I IWI Horse Shoe, 7 year old. .. ..
It .
hr bappiness.i apuears :ia: ,, 27.\!8, \\II.! MI. .U the above log and blocks ('Id Crow.. .. 100 Kentucky ITtde.T. rear Old. . .,. .. llie
we should scorn the infidel and at the bains-in.West Klsaimmee a subdivision of *K- AbstractCofflpany Whim Oak neon .*.** ( Ol4esjCrown. K'..".. : .. .. 2 II I 1
J. same time declare by our acts that Lion 110 township :S.1; .of t W.. excepting- sod r*> 'ro All it Whom My. Concern: Whiskey) .M40 1 Ml KcboSprlnM Lebanon: Rye..4: ;; .11 450
Kentucky Club;
Pride..26 GO J IX double "
The ,
there is not an avenging God. aervlni however. therefrom a snip of land '*0 Notice Is hereby given that undersigned as Cream at Keotuoky..stamp. .. 4 lie

modern preacher, with an eloquencethat feet wide now used sa right of way for railroadpurpose. Administrator of the Estate: of Jerry M Potter. Malt Whisky in Glass-Case boo Bolsoe Baltimore 10 year* ol'd .1 .',., l! ..-
partakes more of the drama than .;the'swH of nw)". s<< of n....'< of nw!'. eceesed. will.make application; to Hon Minor 8. S. H. BULLOCK.) MANAGER, s. Ked Top Rye 14 year old,. .. .. 400 .

Christian resignation thank God for the* 0'.1 of ...." sparingour unprofitable liven dellv -- iinys, Pure M.II . . 40 76 I VtSaoches Corn Whiskies by the Gallon J]
1U township M sof r'-1ie: the ...!.. the nw" ?f forth.countiof -OseoU and State of Florida at :
. ..
era a sermon of which roren display, neW and beds :achaina e of tw corner of th....'.4 Itusville. Florida or waereover he may ...r_..... Real estate Milt I as North Carolina White Com. per gallon I 50

II th. main characteristic, takes ut a of the aeU of aecUoa :3 township M.of.r ::1\1 e and i on the Hth day of AurustTA. D. 1907, or as- soon Titles. examined and reported 'on Domestic and !Imported' Gin In Stone North' Mountain Carolina:: Whit Onto .. .. 5 It
I. the residence of Yellow Corn .
collection) retires to run thane S 8 chains and 2.. link. to. w aide of thereafter. be can be heard for an order to sell Taxes paid for npn-residentsS! A yeanold . . .. .. .. . .. >. .< :, ..-to
the best feeder in the neighborhood A Ilantic Coast Line Railway; .....nce',northeaat at privet' sale the Interest of the said Jerry M. Instruments relating to real estate Glass. North<< Carolina Wllke County ..

fn a satisfies monotonous his hunger tone graves with the the beat table I ly parallel. with said railway 12 chatoethence II Potter. and to the following real estate situatedin carefully drawn nooth's Old Tom Gin. . I 1II Old('orn.Harvest 7 years. .old. . .. .. . .... ...... .. ..5. 'I w s j ..
chain and fl>i II..... to ...lI' being in the eonnty of Orange and Slat of Florida. Booth' Dry (flu. .' .. .I AO ..
the boat has to furnish leaves the section townahlp 2\. of r 21! .; lbs n.of the towlt: The west !h of section*l township 24 of Correspondence' Solicited. rirroouth (tin. : .. :..::: I AOI Lowest Prices
dear lambs of bis flock! as he calls them I'ostnnrn l1oIlaudji. .. I 60 by the I
nets section 10 township :'JS S of r 29 .; the w>i of r :21 e; also' the folknrinalands situated in the Hell Uln . . . . :l1lUUordnnOln .
to be devoured bv the various device .wHand! the ne'i! of awU! auction township ::1,1. county of llerrlen and State of Georgia and described Janloo-lyr .. . .. 11011 Rye from . .. .? . f
which the devil adopts to ensnare ... of See..11 .. 6 37: and lot S Block ( Phosphate, . . 40 75: I AO Corn from . . ...... . . ,
of r W: .:'i of nwU nw4 .wn. as follows: Lot Block, tilu from . . . .
them onljr to repeat at a future lime Mobile Hu..k . . . .! ., .VI I inin "
-r of 29 the wI.! of '1. of n&t8c.114: ( of )1111_... county and State
the as expressed hip > r e: no Win the town Devils Inlauil Knduraw!: :ai tin I 00 And all. other LIquors la
same program townshIp SS. of r 29 e; the swle! of nuts section 13townahlp aforesaid. The interest of the said Jerry M. Potter \\'olfo'I 8ohiedam I

above. This Is so-called Christian 1ty. 2i.: of rR> e: the aw)4 of nuts) aection tn and to same being a one half interest. CITY BARBER SHOP I Hhnap . I 35 Gins Rums and &
Where the dlvldinir" line comes in between ; Come 1",110 ana Ueoerilrltoe -
this and infidelity the writer 21townshlpVtsof\ r W .; all aection T: 'the e'i' of This the I'.th day of July. A. D. IWU7. . a:* M 1 00
nei of aection 1t1\. the nt< of ewU section ... the ,E. U OVERSTREKT.. Ited lAtin Olu . . 24 Ml I on Gallon.

has never been able to determine. but nw!< of .w!. section 29. all In township Soof Administrator of Estate of Jerry M. Potter. deceased. Now for Business Uudcrwood's Old loin 1 60 Roue Gin. . . . .
It does appear to him that if D. D.s' rSOe. Open Old Tom (filn. .. . . -
could properly realize the uncertain .: I Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported Holland . .
ties 'of human existence and cause Also .11 therijtht. title and intereetof the aaid Jerry W. J. SEARS. Attornev for Administrator. in Patrick's Old Stand. I LSltOII'aN. K. Kum.7 >eari old

their adberanta to live In full ''appre M. Potter In and. to the followln. los.s; the 6s Quart ; L.wrcnra's Medford Rum 7 years
Htiwar'a Special II Ml I'earh Brandy yer nallon. :l.7.\
elation of the same, tbat there wouldbe aame belnc an one half interest:Sul>-I_ from D. NEW CHAin. Ling William\ IV. V. O. P, 210' Apple Brandy, per (allon,, \ !
t a chance for: the better. We are c. Lee; ss'. of ..*... the lI o.o..... n.'ofsw'. Notice of Application For Tax )mark and White ScoU'h 2 (u California Brandy, rer allon
of tb of ..'< and of .. of NEW RAXOItS Half and lisle: 2 MlDuovlirs iaai"H
.here today possessed of a vitality that iectioa l.\ nH e'-i w 4 Deed Under Section 8 of Irish .. .. J no
aocUonM.thee of.' the nw', of U. and Port and Sherry Wines
appears to insurefuture, safety .Tomorrow 1 4. Laws of NEW
some untoward event may I aw!< of neU" of suction 81 In township ::'f'\ a ef r 29 Chapter 4888, EVERYTHING The Ve/y Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon.

'deprive us of life and still we are the' .: the w<{of wIl! 9(auction 1".. the wtef! _,,. ,Florida. '

I,. 'ame careless, unconcerned beings as the "...''. ni! of mm% and. s.i), of section: la. the 1'e ntlre li hereby given (hat T. M. MurphY .Satisfaction Guaranteed. tainable. California An..lllee..rboUI.Port. per .gallon., .. . ..i .M.. i

Jthe future was as secure as the past. wH'of.wiandaeViof! ...! ; t. 1. C. has been a member of the hip 2of r W .: the nwM. of ...,'. the ne!.< .f Mb of Juno. A. D. 19Cri has' fliedlsald liarreau N. C. .Uli M } noMaplaCorn. Imported Port Win. per allon. ..

snrch since childhood' reads 'his nw.! the .H of "!-4.the.w!<.and the nwlj of..!" certiBoate day! In my oflice'.oel has made application OR NO PAY. Valley. . ..:.... ...*1 v\ An An 11\0 Imported luported Port Sherry, our, perall bowline*;*....S.OO.. I .,

'. ible as often as most of the so-called ection 82 townahlo 25: a of r CO; .....-." of net< for tax deed to Issue fin accordance .jib Kill Valley . . ,.2-\ M I 00j
." S Hjbrlstlant. but to say that be liven in and sI4ofsss.eUontownabtp23.or2W.tbs: law Said certificate rrabrsres tie following -

.a full realization of, existing. conditions awU of awJi. awU of neJi nw ot ..".. nwH ofUandawKof descrll>e '.. ........aua..A
be nwt4 .ectfenT towaa4fp 20'> ofF "
would presumntuous, but if sw cash postofHoe oruer '
Florida to-wlt: . . .h 00 elp"
;acts. can be construed. to formulate lit a; th* wH of... ( of n.."'i. 4 of ....,'. and 8w J4 i.l KE !H Sec. T T. tM 8oI&thC.:29 ea.t- '4 M. TILLER .. H.nneur PiiponflsM XXXX . .. . . .4 AOM.rUllxXXX order or certified check.
words, will ..)''\ .' be as.fully real aerK of neU of ewM! cactioa, 99. 'nw'i. of nwWeaoUeai2U.wMefnwHeeeUeai . . . .. . .. .ISO with order. -
acre*. -
I lass his condition\ as other do.. Now, II. aH and the assessed ., the date of I .
"of uwi. ...!,of aeU" and > of aeVa auction The a.lel1..d being
bring dajr on Christianity tour infidel with, compare the former's present w SO township V a of r 30*j ..,-'aw of nw'.'. nK of the issuance ot such certincste In the name- of 1 Real Estate: Agency. H. W. METCALF !{

inconsistency and tell me where the no" suction 2-\ .. iof aa"), auction 24 towaahipef A. W.SprouU.Caltas ..Id'. certificate shall. be redeemed' 4 .
trust dividing line exist As this line St. r 21 0u.. *H of*w}< suction 17 tanmahip
of argument is rather out of niy .lati ass of rMH: of n4! action 81. wM of nwWsection according to law, tax deed will Issue tbereoa 4 Realty bought and sold. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO
oo the 261 h day of Annual. A. D. 1H07.\ :
83 of 29 such ,
tude, will !eav.other. to answerthisquestion townahlp 1 a r e. except and seal this the 4 Houses rented. :
and proceed with I...... pert of said wMof nw!,section 39 as liea of Wltneta ray official sirnature Taxes and Titles .
4 ( jj paid verIfied -
t Monday August 6th was a great poblio road: laws. from K c. Partin-rw}< of Bei! llth dur of July. A. D. 1X07.stiM JUG TRADE A
: L. tESLKY.: for non-residents.
j echool day for this/country. TheI ..w4! of aeVi ud ne- of wK section Jt township
'8..qeIIl.LRuLe for 'both' male and II! .of r Met..... from Ceo W Tbxm. _ne'-' of Clerk Circuit Court j} Fire.. Life and Accident In-
\ _. Osneola Count,. Florida ,
-- -
M: of 30 e:1 lease1 from -
nwK eectioDIO.Ip
fesoale opened in full fore. Not an s r surance. .
all lh 'pupils Peter Mccuteben-nwj{of** i suction II _.- a,4R1'Rua E PONEGAN D. C, .
empty seat, *. present. 4 Indemnity Bonds. .
The inferior schools at. Whittier and "'Ip 25.01 r HO.;IMS from U; E: Partio- eVi ofwK . >. .-:- ,'-L': ." ;[ "' RATES AND SCHEDULES TO THEJamestowt

Bull Creek bad a fair attendance aad section 2>I of r %*i Ion from Oscar Best Notice to. Debtors and Credit- l.rVy.-v.-I

L sUl are progressing finely. .,.."of a.', eH of aw!" ajvj. ..." of'section 17. , \ ' ,.. : SiS .
"I,1' : ,
Citizen Arch continues in moderate .!" of..'{section 1.. eeW of ..!". s.1 U section " -." "- .ors. \, . -, .' ; .

',.health and remains at the old stand. K, .!,<*fBwUaads' *! ofe;. section SO. township AU havIng claims ...alllat'the estate of oooooooooo (
I The Emporium is la full blast. sot r W*;lease from Edward y.- et.l ptrsoos .
Albert E. Bearden. deceased late of th CountyOf
:"MUs Beulah has two new boarders -w',4 of s H section 'end nwVi of -4! section
OaosoJa. State of FlorIda. are requested to
who are la the cUy as semi-tourists, 1"township t5 .of r :25 e; lease from Walter Oeas.ttrwHo present th. asm to th* underaiaved a* Executrix W.LVanDuzor&Co.BROKERS.
'teaching for .their health and what *_!'.se!{of ewU and all that part ofne
I prorerly attested within the time prescribed Season Tickets. . . .MO 44 Sold
money there U in It... Dr. Hubbard is of.wl" e daeX of section SSlylna- south of
by law,or the same will be forever barred and allpersons Sixty-Day. Tickets . 33 10 Sold
in charge, assisted by on of ,the Aldermani rtdotof..ayof St. clood Sugar Belt RaIlway.biaS. ..Daily.lI'UteeD.DaYTlclcet. .
indebted said estate will make Immediate
.",' to . 27 3S Bold n..l\y.\
Sand of 25
from Bstinger..MrHarvey the eeH of section total - - - - - -
fcas the Dull Creek school' In charge 2. s. 4 and a.M of ne'i and .." eectioa &\. nU and settlement. CoachEltcul'llon11'1.3.\, sold each Tuesday and .>.id., ( I Idays.
- - -
'i "ills season. The excessive heat and aw-iand? w"" of seHsndae'i! of ..,. of section Not good In Parlor or Sleeping; c.r..
Executrix of the Will and Testament of Albert
tie distance that most of the children 88 all In township II of r. e;also all of ...!,. of 2. Beardea. Deceased. REAL ESTATEAND

I ive from the school house has seionsly tw!( nw'( of nKof ..<.{ lying south of rlwllt of July 2a, 11107. ll-ot Coast Line "Norfolk Flyers."
of St. Cloud Sugar Belt Railway and neH of INSURANCE .
Impaired the attendance but way
__ ___ ,_,_ __ to
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aw.4 of section township.. 25.of SO. also all II'I
;' .H the season progresses And weather r : 82 80 85 ?
/noderate the attendance will be better. fractional sections land 3 township. If s of r 29 Notice of Attachment. C)0000000000000000000000Benedicta LT. Klsfimmee. I2am: Iflpm Lv.Norfolk..4SlOpm i
The recent rains which have been .: also wX of section 0 township 26 'a of r 80 e;
Slat of Flnra.Osesots Ar Jacksonville' am 700pm Ar. Jacksonville) 2 :20 i
| p m
abundant week alto ei of !j section S3: township 2tof ::1\1
during the past keep sa e
Ceunty. J In Justice Court. Lv. Jacksonville: 1f:1O: am 7 35) a m LT. Jacksonville 2 30 p tn (
and that lies of the railroad lease f.rooij A. E.Whaler >
our pond creeks in proper shape. n* : First District.
Ar. Norfolk . .73Ostn 8 25) m Ar. Klssimmee. . 8 15 i
and the cattle are doing well enough --' nX of..I.( and. aH of aV!. section i.J.lhau.Plalntft. ) .. p p m
for the seaaoo 5. ...'" and n.Lf of f..U auction 5. >and aU that part j jvs. I -

There 1 la likewise asother Alderman of section S that lies w of canal township 2 i a of Ellis Crawford. j> Civil Action., Quickest Line! Double Daily Service.

10 our the second, edition. in rtn .: also all of the timber section 7 townshIp Defendant..)

snlrltual sense, and has been ministering 1'1' a of r 80 .: also lees from W. C, Base-lota 1. To Ellis Crawford. Defendant awl all others "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE" trains No. 82 and No. 85 carry Pullman Standard Sleeping C..

: unto the Missionary Baptists 2. 8. '..lI.*. 7. '. O. 10. 11. 12. W 14. 1*. t(. 17. It!. U. whom.It...." concern: Port. Tampa and Charleston IS. C., and Charleston and Norfolk,

I"i In the ,community other words 20.12..8S. 84. ttI.! 116. 87. M, 39.46. 41. 43. 4.1. 44. '\. You are hereby notiAed that a writ of attach i.

'feeding Brother Guy's lamb aOd 46. .7 as shown by Plat bf Eden la section "23 ......t baa been issued In the ate. cause andyour THE ATLANTIC COAST

11'0.1.The, fattening process as the township 2S a of r 29 e; i
'result of aald feeding haa- not yet. aaction 28 tnrnahtp. 1?5s of r 2$ that lion of said plaintiff amounttn to Twenty-are Dollars. DO YOU SUrrKR the IU| of womanhood

t folly developed, but as the shepherd right of way of Atlantic Coast Line railroad salt and that unless you shall appear before said Justice a. so many WOBMQ do aflTar r Do you Write for Illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive :

1* to be here next Sunday protracted. now run through said forty:also all that part of of the Peace la and for said district at Klsslmmee. want to st wall without tile a cMttrof 1 hotels, etc. __ .

: meeting 1 la expected. neKof eaViande! of nw4! and ei of swV{ as FU.. on or before the and day of Septem painful examinatIons and embamtMincooniultatloni For reservations or information, address.
The prevailing opinion among our lies on the north side of Shingle creek as It now her. A. p. 1907. judgment will be rendered r Do ytm want to. tak a I J.'W. CAREt T. P. A. Tampa, fla. J. O. KIKKIANI, D. P. A.,

i citizens 1* that the many successes ob. runs ha eectlon 112 township 26 s of r 29 e: alt .f against ....... and your property sold for the debt. ramcdr. right Into roar 'bom -an 1 cure I W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M,: T. C. WHITE. O. P. A., Wilmington, {

armed by the dry people in all parts the above subject to the terms and* conditions of Don this 9th day of Auruat. IINIT. ,_n.1l .

of the country has discouraged the said tassea A larger part of said leases aa I.shown M. J. BASS. tBENEDICTA .

wets in tb U county and that there will by the.... having been worked and a MOON" OLIVER. Attorneys for Plaintiff.. .

be no election this year. Ye editor; large part of same bavinnearly _pbod. "The' Attest: Is a "Woman's" Median- prescriptionof ""% 4 """" """' """' """"

.we .suppose has joined the buttermilk said Jerry N.Potter bavin*a on* half Interest in L. A. MINX. a physician wbo mad the. tody of F.. (

.. banditti* Ibut company has been all of the .......* property. Also the following Justice of the P_.. First District. malt DIMAMS his sp4>oialtr. It was nsMlsncoassfuUybr : C. A. CARSON PrldeU.
!..l disbanded in this community at cowr' owned by said Jerry M Potter la his. own rlpt;' klot In his prastto U hast N. C. BftYAtr;; :.

.;/; penning' very. near!v,a thing of .the tho nslt! of Biof! nwK! section 11 township 2,i-s ..n used _ran,. by tbouMind: of 'J:' :E: _

past. If', of r 29..containing 10 acres more or Us*. women during U>. many year "* .. Pro-
Corn gathering will be the next In This 1Mb day of July. A. D. 1 07. : REVIVORESTORES ....... phyflclaas have also found it a valuable '.

'' order oo theDrawdy plantation. E. I. D. OVER3TREBT.W. : assistant, wtaaa they desired to avoidan
.' ''Gen 'Green t I. In command. and the I. SKAKS. Administrator. VITALITY operation. i Waters & Carson Grocery ( ..

-corn will have to be. removed by maiD Attorney for Administrator.

force, the general being too strong BCNCDICTAI .
"Made ,_ ._
,be removed/ a i ---- WkOIeaSIeaUdR.IIID..I.rsI. _' :

Our Democratic rooster I. In Notice of Application For] Tax a vecatable romady. It.* saade Iron :.
now Wei I Mmof rooU. barbs and barks known to poesaMproportlM ,
;-his glory. The road machine he GROC'E< T
)( Deed Under Section of whlen nave a WDad.rf al euratlv I
..consider. suffered an unceremonious Me. i
-** Chapter 4888. Laws of and tonlo offact anon the fMnal orfaas and
; defeat. His fcwamp ha. been unlnSu.enced nu-.z .
-. nvrvou .,.. .. Wltbmst avntloala- tb*
by the change. .. produced and Florida. .&. 0 --- .&.,IIy many form or '-Ie I trombus that woaacaaaffar.
frogs tadpoles, minnow and I.a.dsL : ..-..-.- -...1. i COUNTY AOINTS .
$. Kotle a' h.", y riven.that J S.I.lADIeI' 20 dayn. .11. sate .we say tbat there M no trmibU of IbIS FOR
tare In prolusion. .No. fear for, the Bf purohsser of Tax ertlncat> No. 211. dat .'owsrf.Ry ned'ulo1<1F.Curse wbe faiL ... .
TOOl"___regain their unjlod. kind that .. . will not lma *.dlat ly n-
future exist In his :'mind and his nor eel1>* Mb day of Jo a*. A. P.' IDOf hue Met. ana ( Y
a... matS artlaoat In re, efflce sad has mad .14 me* any raoover tbelr ,. bv IIT. aad anally ear. H A CR
,.porosity Is fearful to behold. Fat alaaKKTaTO.. IfQttJekly aidimVeSv r*.-I \\l I Celebrated Fertilizers I ,)
application tax deed to Issn*In acoordaao*
.and saaiy he is ready to shout for the I with law. HWMI Nervoyeaeea. Loss VitaLity. &.zui I BENQHCTAIs .
'winning aide without fear or favor. Beld ertUca, **embraces .the following:de-- Wealnwea snob aa Lea ower.Pining sf eaiorv. GRAIN E T :
., altnat4 WaeUast Otaeaae. and aCeeta<* _If......... or prvoarsd eaf. .lly sad scaUfleauy. s.nd -
aertMclpnPM' la Osooota
4 Cattle driving continues with elaborate '' jooontr, neeaa ... fauuaerette. waloh UNIte 005 tar' .. Circulars aa4 P leo.
seal and bill of sale and chattel .Florida tarwtli hostess.' or wltnitiooaJotoasaMctvlnc 01 1M poaaIbdlt7 ,
rarl n4
tt : Sn Appllcstloa.
$wof see.
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nw9 'c'J.21.Sontb.e.aag.
the order ofJabeda : ml She mont .1 to saffsvtac woaas a raaaady that -c
mort: C .7Td being .-eel at'tA' date of .0o. -_. ... ..... bij9. bringing will a>o 4 t ei..e&
bach \lie ptmk.l.w..p1. _a.a... ,
.Tb* estate. market U OuctutUnff.W4 ,. taalssvanoaolaaoa oerUfloat U tb. asm olaald scttag She .... r...... is _rod. olf a,. sC4wui. Aaaa.natrwtBit SlAT ft* th eon.dlttonof '.

_ I < ProbfcblUU rals4 a rsUlrofcdr'eaXOlteBaMla 'e rtlflcmte chuM bcradeemed' I..- pronebiadlesese, Zasist esbsvtag MV1VO. tn*wosaaa taktogit -HIDE'S: 'FJT'R

-c 4 T tIrY BOW and. S.*ln .,*J>dnr oerdtn.g...... tax.ed .will laeu*' .thereoa eate.dsyo1Augnst -mail other..L'" Es per.ona..b.....srr.4.... dr sI I..ease te? .pooe...... W By. t*Ia sold at "ljW.per bottle by.1s .. , S W' 0 ::
A D. .
*lM .for bU... J1O7.W Iron M.- and
t; > J'peoll" > prioes, tta, official sl aad counsel to all_..-.110
M my vatar* seal thisMtaJL '
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