Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 6, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00297
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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DOINGS, OF THE \\', Dann and D. C Lee asa aecurettes visor for A. C. T..IL; It. at ''Klssfm r MORC-'LkXNSE f

r each In'lhe. sum.of 9GQ to carry a 2533Winchester -aee, for the estimates made on ':"thecosts'of view prospecting of l latUs, vloiolty' with the brown the, "colors'. of' the rattlerl .

(OMMIS IONf S rifle was'approved.. the brldglogland filling.acrons; Bartow says such a farm near When pods appeared they were Uke
the
Bartow
The following applications Con- ARE DEMANDED. Courier-In.i colored
for
w -., Reedy Creek swamp., The following formant.. ' and In apdltlon. were 'shaped.
11 r ' ; federate pensions were presented to Is a description of .the route for the like the coil of a snake.In '
Mr.
/ County Surveyor Makes Report on he board and approved! Lawrence "road: Commence at the se corner of Additional Which week'and Weed returned to Bartow list. time the, began to burst and
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Occupations is
00 00 4m I J. "Orlffln, Robt. C. Partln. W. T. the no I of the ne Sec.! 1,, Tp. 26 R. { win BOW..actively encaged In then it was found that each, pod con

the Loughmao Road. ADkford, J. F. Tuck George Washington 28 (being the west end of the Bearden .Now Have to Pay licenses: carrying the camphor on the work of establishing tamed. a live rattlesnake some of then
00 26 / Bronson, Mrs. Miry I i'% Sears Lane where the present road leaves farm. He has secured a. live Inches In length aad.otberi .
KUslmmee.. Fla., Sep,2, 1007 The General Revenue Law section 640 acres of .elonrr"a.12
passed land
and Mrs. Sarah A.. Tatum.! said lane) thence welt across said. known as Inches-all about the 'six of
.The Board of County 'Commissioners The.following bills- wets examined' Section 1 to the sw corner of the n* py the last legislature Includes the the ''Uammock place. near jAke lead pencil. Soon the ground In .the'a
met at 10 a. m. on the above date, 1 In following' additional ocouplI.tion' or Garfield thirty acres of which Is
00 detail, approved and ordered paid; of the nw I of said Section 1, thence license being garden was covered, with them. Dr.
00to 00 there being present Walter Bass, Sr., Walter' Bau.Sr'co corn and fflileac*......3' 4 SOohn north along the section line between I tax to those which. have been cleared and fenced and put In con. Euclid Snow state naturalist, of

chalrmaai-; R. Bronsom, J, 8. R B-niuon, oo com. .. .. ... ... .. ,. 4 OO Section 1 and Section 2, and on north collected heretofore: dltlon for setting trees, which will be Nashville, was called He
COCO Stratum, W. R. Godwin and J. H. 38Shat.ton.OOOOllland..n_' ... ., 800 along section line between Section 30 Machine and ,repair shops, for done without. delay,. This part of the up, a| few days ago upon. went,
W R Godwin,oo and mile ...... .. 13 OO and succeeded
Vans eon work Is in
commissioners P. A. public 110.00Manufactories charge of :
Walker '
; and 35 25 R. 28 to point 115: use, J. BPylant, In.captlrIDi' '
Tp. a
'1't8 JJIW.lkereocorna"d mll .
00 Agnew attorney for the board; and ;J M Walkw. .h-TlfT.care jail..... .. ...... It M' feet south of the center of the right of of( candy $5. a guarantee that It will, be reptiles; which he will keep In alcohol
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00 ,Arthur E. Donegan. deputy cl ...k.Report.1 D B Brown. MTYloM janitor. .... .. ... ... ng 00> way of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Manufactories of 'sash doors thoroughly and intelligently done, and and exhibit at the state fair.
or various officers were ex. W L Campbell salary aupt poor form'' ... 40 00 or thlat. there will be no failure this r
and direction on It
thence in a westerly blinds 123.Shipyards. became a serious situation.. ,
Ererybody :
E J. r-1ev, I' -
n.M 1 I. .mined and The "poll tax oerUned copy w.t and dry1olaetion score. .
,$ approved . . . . .. . .. ....4. 00), along said right of way, and 115 marine railways or who went on the place began
60 report submitted by C., L. Dandy, tax: P A Van AS-OVW. cnuntyattoro"" .ri. y.:, 8484 feet from'center' ; of same, on the south dry docks $25. Owing to the fact. that much of t.beI I to consider the necessity of taking

fti 40 collector,, was examined and Compared RLI.s1.y.el.rkad5uditor6100Hirbnm. aide thereof through Sections 35, 34, Owners or managers of slaughter seed planted last winter failed to germinate the Keeley cure. Few could realize' r
with stubs aDd'fOUDd to be cor _Eto 14cht plant, light j-.il..1 8 24 32 and R 28 ,. Mr., Weed has that all.
33. 31 Tp. 25 ; to the only succeeded the
> Veus, $15.Street pitcher plants and of.berob1b..ld
root. Tax collector also. filed%hia anal \V R Johuton. Judtf. alary .............. 2A 00 In
I r W Oliver ft day lurwinr............. 2.100 southwest corner of said Section 41, shows orcarnlvalsr each securing about three thousand urowths had beep outstripped
00 report and submitted his Hit of error. [Irlpm.s ValUy GaHtta, printing and where said railroad right. of way 'en test: or other structure and for each plant., but he Is scouring/ the country (in the race for naturalistic' fame,''by.'" '

! 60 76 and Insolvencies, The board baying tation..nr.. . .. .... .:. ..l..d.. 211 1( ters Polk count,. day 15.Theatrical. round-about'for more, and will probably the union, of vegetable and animal
. 00 examined same found list. to,, 'be correct C L Bandy, eommlailon .,, ..?>, ".. 10 baMCon.nroadeg.pli. Respectfully submitted, this Srpteos- be able to add largely .to this life In this of
crop snakes.
. ... ,shows or 'travelling As a last
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I BOi and Instructed auditor to credit. .. .. ?'f' 1 AO number '
i BO J WTrae.I days road work ......'......, \\I OO >er' 2nd, 1007. players and minstrels, other than before the present season's resort Mr.' Cooplnger( had ..he' lo
>i LI\O 00 him with the'amounts as shown by M. DTindaU. pay roll road work .. .>.<. .. 7> r.o .. J.AV. OLIVER those taxed as circuses( for. each performance planting Is tniabed, covered two feet. deep with straw and
i M said. report. DT wll.on& .regain court "-M........ .. 4 33 DtY''Sunevor. 925.Travelling It Is understood that the agricultural the match applied. It Is hoped' thai t
I M Sheriff J. M. Walker presented with StsatordC.non Cravat Hard war Co.. I ,
this
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,. 00 OO his report receipt from treasurer showing road upplU.& ,..oJ'. . . ... .. .. ... .. 15 U After .some discussion among the picture agent tlOr department at Washington Is Interested method bas destroyed. the reptile*.," +
ireuul'Y C Buc..... bride. lumlMr...:.. .... 8 7AJ members of the board and a numberof I Photographer itinerant <10. ; In this experiment of Mr. Weed *
that be had. paid into the n Walkn f ralvht . . .. . .. ..1'.. 143 citizens: had addressed them on the .. Undertakers not embalmers,' 115. and will give It. every encouragement t Letter to Walter Bass Sr.

$805.83 Ones collected.Mrs. GaY Orantrmt, pay roil road work'.... 277 25 subject, J. S, Stratton Introduced the Undertakers and In Its power That It will KISSIMMEB PI.A. ..
embalmers
' 00 915. prove a
Marian B. Gilbert submitted I J Davia, road MippllM . .. . ... .... 78 .
M& her treasurer show .Mrs M B Gilbert;, omamlaikioi tnuuiei28 IO! Following resolution moved' Its adop.floes Watchmakers: and repairers of great success no one who has observedthe Dear Sir:: '; What will it cost to saw

00 4ti report following as county hand I M N Simmon, road work. . ... . ..,... 'a 16 being seconded by J.; FI. Walker, J jewlery, 93. luxuriant. growth of the camphor ten acres halt wheat and half, daisy
. M. r' the balance.* on' W B MaklnaoD Co toed auocllei ... . ... AO and same was regularly.ad opted; ,) Banks, bankers, persons, firmsor tree in this section will doubt for a mixed and what'll the crop be'worth,
M 'August. 31st, 1007; J F Wllliama, toed. for muWi. .. .. .., 19 10 brokers moment. ,We hope ,We don't know
doing some what
.S; :I&.D. Fund .. .. .. .. .... .. ... '1.11"' Mrine : J M Walkar. feeding' prlaonen. .. .. .. . .. 7 !20 Whereas.., the county "surveyor; "In bankingbusiness, day to see .daisy-seed '
and Forfeiture ..... .'....... ,. ., ... KW1Beheoi :&* J U Iraq 1 ,eoaU court .. . .. . . . SUM accordance with. Instructions given whether Incorporated. or not with a camphor farms .1.nl meroul and as costs, nor bow bulky I U ls{ we .suspect, ,
s I : .. . ..... ..... ..... .. . .. .. 115300BhaMdFund E I< La r.,.. .........mart_U .. ... ... ... W him at the last meeting,has filed his capital stock if not less than. ,950,* profitable la .this 'section as orange half( wbeat'"nd half daisy would makea
.... ..... ,. ....... .. .. .... BOSS WO J 20 Walker, ,county Judge's court.:... . 28 M report and survey of the proposed 000, $2S.Barber. IrI'Ove..re now., big crop of daisies, and ,last. a' Jon ;'
.D ....... ............,. .. ., itvl60' W R Johnston county lud .'* _It..... 208 shops 92 f time; the wheat'mlb& be ,
Dub-1chuIDl.tr1eINo. S........... ... .. 251: \It W L WI.... ......1caI.tw..sa.....prbnnor.. 4 00 publlo road, through Campbell to the i poe chair :, each RATTLLSNAKES IN OKRA'' PODS. short.
The parable
Bub-School Dtatrtct No. 9 .. ..... .... .. T .11 Und-ay era lumber road .. .. .. 1 S3: Polk county line, and said report has .additional chair, ..SOc.Bottling throws some light on,
he Sue-School DUtrtct. No. 4 .. ....... .... .. :ttt i* Rabaraon'e Pharmacy nadldn*pau........ 825 I' been approved works and soda water -- the cost of a paint halt whitewash.
--- Water 4fc. Canon Oro Cojmwollne.. .. .. S 25'I Resolved That it is the determination | factories, 930.Carriage , AM Unexpected Harvest at Seqtmt- Whitewash mixed half-and-half

. If altta* a total of .. ...... .... . ..161 7. WaUraACareoaGrCo, feed formula& ... 8768KUalmmee of the board to establish, the following and wagon factories, Including this Tenmessee.. with paint, is all-palnt In look '
72ft With the she i presented certificate : City,city proportloa road tax 027 63 13.t and feel; indeed, nine-tenths
report repairing of thepaint"
: .. pl'Opo.ed'ro..d.
11 Kl lmmMTeIep"Co." rent shone. S (0 as a public Chattanooga. Tea .;"' Aug. 22.-The "
01 of deposit; showing this amount. E L.....,.. fill,.. and recording' ail road: Beginning the se corner one t Job printing offices, running by following story comes from' Sequa In the'ltorea 1s part white
00 ..... .. . .. ...... ..... wash some
to her credit as treasurer at State and brand 70 i of ne i of Section' Tp. 26 R. 28 power 95.Launches. chle Tenn. where almost : ,half, some more some>
.OO anything Is i'
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. Bank of KI.slmmee. also Jullua Hyde, care pauper I. 00 electric less[ .
Treasurer steam for
. .OSOS JF William. *, ....,pl&&..road. ...... . 1 00 and running thence west to the west etc., liable to happen.'Pte.ldent Roosevelt Paint has ' ".
filed receipt of T. M. Murphychair- WL Campbell ear pauper .. . ...- 10 oQ! line of said Section 1, thence north to .hire or public u.e. 95 Is practically sure to' get after Its to, be. spread wlt.b'the )'1
he nan Bond Trustees in sum of $3.94, GW Walker, pay roll road work: ...... .. :at DO! I a point U5 feet south of the center of Agents for bicycles and. type writers : . authorfor he will find a limit when tt brush, the surface prepared I the,1a4'b
amount 'paid Into special fund. Stanford Canon Grarra Hdw Ca paint" the C'll'ht.'of of the Atlantic CoastLine ,. $10.Agents. comes to, raising rattlesnakes' den, scaffolds, pulleys :and ropea, g- ,
etc. fence .........'........ .............. 47 7Uorxan way for steamships steamboats. on arranged and moved, there's a great
00 Blgbam & Farmer submitted their Browa. wwrkoa fene. ..... .. . 45.2 Railroad Company .on the sec* okra, hatching them, out of the podsso deal of
'.110 report of convict hire accompanying lion line between Sections 35 and 36, 925. to speak, laborIn putting paint.90( ; :"It; I
.M The bill of Joe S. Uyer was costs $2 $4
: Architects 925. to a gallon to do it.
i.OS some with draft for'$1S4.50. The reporyed TI,. 25, R. 28, thence running westerlyalong '
u. ered and clerk was Instructed con.'d'i Chiropodist 910. Austin Coopln t r is one of the most What does fir cost to paint'whiteash -*'
that had been visited byState the said right of Way 115 feetsouth ,
camp *
., : '
,10 9123 . progressive farmers In the' .. .
a warrant on account Civil Engineers, 910. Sequatehls ? Just 1he'.ame.. Half-white-?
Inspector.The of the centre of same through ,
- next meeting they would Investigate i ( Valley, he lives about two miles frothe m wash? 'Just .doesn'i ,
Dealers in curios 95. U\ same. .x. ,
f fey following payroll of road wo'kwal Sections 35, 34, 33, 32 and 31 in said station .
Ut same. Proprietor or proprietors of each that bears that. name on seem worth.while.for the ,whitewash*. '
examined and warrant drawn for Tp: 23 R. 28 to the Polk county line ,
Upon motion duly seconded and garage for keeping automobiles. 925. what Is known as "CoopID er'. Core"All does harm, not good., >\ *
'7 full aount..ln favor of road supervisor said road to be thirty feet wide, fifteenfeet . '
: passed, clerk was Instructed to only on each side of said .described Dealers' In oleomargarine. or Ibis* that is chronicled In this story I Will the palat hold the. whitewash:' 'N'

audit such bills as were approved by route? terine. wholesale. ?handling. 'original happened on the Coop.oectarw. and fast? 'or the, whitewash! .,loosen WO.. ..
0" ....... 27 d.yi. w.rk at ,1.10. $ 4S50 s'And Is vouched
t S '- .- .. In charge of "orkbelDi' oack.... onlv. 920. for by numerous neighborsas paint
00 proper persons any
rt2
JOB Hall 24 the clerk .instructed
/ to siyeall
/7 f. '
.. 'well
a..T.25 .. -. 11110 done. landowners affected legal notice Mental healers, 9200., ..' as by.: ttwo'or: three stateofficials. .Better paint. 'pure paint I ,

loot Ortoeby 27 .". .wi.. .. aR.e'Arktse s 00lDJ m Paid and..C&lIoe'l1ed warrants In't.he that It Is the intention'Of the board to Ocul1at.llermaneot.ly located, 910. gallons paint, the leastmoneypaint,

\ w Baadol-JtYeuac. I .. $1. a amount of 1801.93 were destroyed in establish said route as public road Oculist, traveling, all>>. Last year the Coppenger place, was Devoe.. Yours truly'
. .. Optician permanently located, 'S. alive with raettesnakee.They did ''F..W'D; >fvoia.A Oo.,
....... .Year 2HebeBhBmu ) '1.10 173 open session.Board at the. next 'reRul..r'meetlDg .of the
:J4 ':'" : .071 took a recess until 2 p. m. board. Optician, w..yeUaaUS.. everything but .w.rm. and they Jacked .General Robert E.,Lee'

will Jack. A.Ia-... r.wir 4.,11.brldsa, $LMTUUrd .ti..i. : '.00 1 CJO Board reconvened at 2 'p.: m., there. The lerkwas Instructed to get necessary Osteopath; $10.Ferrying ., only wings or they would' have' accomplished Was the greatest genera &the;: word. .,'

- Sullivan 1 r' ...:.:. IG.oY..tM 00 being( present full Br mbershlp of .the '''Information from abstractcompany passengers or freight, 926. that. feat. H problem "were has ever known. Ballard's'J i Snow t: ,

i'.". .. ''t"'" 1 W"nook board county attorney and deputy so .hi could notify ownersof Peddlers and hawkers of merchandise Killed and It became a' how Liniment Is,, the greatest Ltoiarsat. ':
; TombUn 1 ..,' .. ., .:::.... 1 W clerk \' < land affected ' << not otherwise enumerated specifically I. to dispose of the dead OD'.. 'As afiu'al ,
I..Malea.2at.s., : . ... ....: ..;'. . .. 2 CJO : herein, 9100. solution a half acre of Quickly cures all paIn. It w' .wIlrtl6'the
tR'wI There being/ a- number of. citizens The board desiring to make :some ground, was '. .
Frl-Ht on lumber. N.I""a.t ..- :'. 7 1 "fenced reach 'ot all., T, H. .. ...,..
/ Robaraon. ,. . ..... ,J (0 present Interested in the Loughman changes In Baslnger road near Peg- Piano tuner 93. off" and within the enclosurewas Hempstead,. Texas,* 'writes;=! k'Tli1s W ; ;
WilIU Ball and --. 10Ji daya at ".110.: a II 3J7f road this matter. was taken.up and report horn; Instructed J. W. Oliver county Photographer' permanently' located: ', dug a ditch. -Before the summer Is to certify that Ballard's Snow Un-

I Willie Ball. :2 daTa at$1 W> ,.. $ 001 of surveyor was received and surveyor and Supervisor .Overstree $5., I ended it had been' filled with .rattlesnake Iment has been ,used In my.: ,house
Joe Hall. .',da-. ."1,110.,. . .... fj corpses and they had been bur-
Gee.Oventreet . . .. fOOU1.'be read follows: to confer with each other and make a IT Wmp6orSome Grove. hold for years and has been/OUD to,
To'the Honorable Boartr-ot County practical( survey from Oater Well toPe led with appropriate rites.; be an xoellent. Liniment ,for RbeI -.
supervisor of roads prevented Commissioners.The borD. weeks a his r. >rt, which read ass follows: Mr. L. Walter for garden. Just '
p< undersigned J.V.. Oliver The law In regard to''appolntinen announced that a over the grave of Sold at Robersons Pharmacy. ;'
September 2nd, 11." county.surveyor of said county of Oeycola : of cattle inspectors having been Weed representing a company formed the snakes was planted a supply of -.
To !the Honorable Hoard of County okra 'It'' with .
in Washingtonl11.'C.forthepurpol. grew unusual luxuriance .
,
respectfully unto ,
t reports your changed at last session of legislature: '
Commissioners. honorable body in regard to the proposed board set next meeting for the time of cultivating camphor trees on a but nothing was thought'of that Regular meeting of W. O"W JS'fCueBnotice. -' ....i-

I 'I have repaired all. the muck\ roads road from i Klssimme'eto Loughman' they would make, these recommendations large scale. in this'etate, with the ultimate until the. blossoms began ,to' appear day night; all members'.re' reqoevtod .

I around Karcoossee that burned up as follows After a thorough to the Governor in compliance design\ of producing arum camphor I Instead of being pure white they were to..be present. \\
In marketable quantities was mixed and mottled with black and OEO; A, GILBERT C.
during the dry season have repairedthe search and survey for three days. with such law. v . .. ,- C.\:>11.4l1 .L
road from Crab Grass Creek: toNareoo..e. viz: the 22nd. 23d anu 24th of the Mr. Jeff O'Quln appeared before the . . .

0u .. Have-also done some present month; to find If there, was Board and asked forthe work: of painting OO OOf!

[1It repair work around Whtttier. na.ehauled any. other'practicable route for this the Court House; upon motion

clay the entire month with the road other than the route surveyed duly.seconded, Chairman was ordered i'a s+ .

three county teams I have bough and reported by me to this honorable to have this work done and report at. a r rA

during the past month six shovels, body July 2nd, 1000 which report Is next meeting. '
.
N ::1f four collar'pads, three mule whips, upon file lu this court. I find, and so Owing( to high cost of living from

'q ::;",*two axes a and five pounds nails. report, that the former survey by me Board upon motion duly seconded I Imported JapanWe

4 CEO, OVERSTRKKT. I Is the only practiceable route for sale and carried agreed to pay W. L.Camp

1!: ,f Tim following bill for 'road wo'kwaa road. bell, Superintendent of Poor Farm 1

examined, approved and ordered The distance aoros.s- Reedy Creekproper $10.00 per month! for care and poardof .

? paid and a warrant. drawn In favor of is 3060 feet, and of this dls-' each pauper. this amount to 'date _'

< M. D. Tlndall for full amount. Lance 427 feet is actual Creek run thai t from last month's board C., L. '

. .jIi 4 4t 'i'f.1, [ 8 L.Whlltad.day at $1./10./ .... . .. lit 00 will have to be bridged., I find and Bandy presepted his bond as notary S have just received a fine, assbrtnieittt 'of
\\i | at D.Tlndall, I.day at"1,7* .t *1 00 so report that this 427 feet of bridging public with Arthur E. DonegaY andB. '
I ... .. :
Oro. Tlndall. day* 11.60 n MlK
'f.F | : Lmmona, work on Rannymed* rood .. a.no will cost not more than $2,000. C. Miller 'each In sum of five S' '
This leaves 3A33 feet of all to be 14 hundred dollars; same was approved i JAPANESE GOODS,

*, Total ,. ... .. . . .. ..... .... .. .$71 00 foot wide. at bottom and 12 feet wideat There being no further business the

: /: i' 'The> following bill fo' road woe top or about 9160 cubic yards of Board adjourned to meet again In J suitable
of all forlBirttiday: and
Walker, descriptions
presented H
\ \ was by J. '
' fill, and I estimate. that this fill, on next regular session October 7th, 1907. ;
Ir [ Same was allowed arid ordered1 pat d account of the hill of sand that .aft 1 ,/ E. L. LESLEY. Clerk. Wedding Presents. R
and ... war"'D''wal drawn for full 1 ,
1 be la the right of way of road on By ARTHUR 'PONEOAN..P. C..
| amount.In favorof, G. W. Walker: _
.
; east side of creek a 'sufficient amount
[Q WW. r$81daYe ... .. ...'....."... ...r7W&&tinstesVow. 60 to blab such fill t An Ouatce of PreventionIs I .
.21Md ,.... .. .. .. .... 4 00 the convenience of, and such on dirt account such fil o ll 1 worth a pound of cure. There Our selection consists of Bamboo Porticrs;:Screens,.Curtains. "

zraor.w w Grant..1 day<1 . .. .: .. .. ..... . coo I BObat4daye can be made at 20 cents .a cubic yard are many. poor'.luW 1' rl". Consumptives ; Cushions Pillows, Lanterns, Parasols.Wickerwork and a: numerous ,I

|Buck WU'.Uma: 2 N day*.. .. ... ..... .. .' a 00 or Ma cost of exceeding $2,000 who are hopeless oTSraUing) well, and costly assortment of useful and ornamental China and, '
.. 111 pa 2z4a12 f.S$4: /.., ., ..... . ... . SSOI making. a total 'cost of not e'xoeec1lne I who,'If they bad taken care of themselves ,' ,
'", I Walker.... 1 3-4 day with team . ... aROa..Jlday. Bric-a-brac. ,
>. .i / ". ...."....i,.,:,.....or ..,'". ,!a $4,000 To build to cross this such road. swamp.the will the, would foundation now be of well.,.Consumption.,A i coughis : I, We would call attention to.our, Complete Line of Floor.Cover' .
'county
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r ..'..'ota1..11.t.: :.*......'./.,i*'.F*.41.1; ....:ns-M have. o.stump and grade seven miles Ballard's Horehound Syrup wile cure ings, consisting; of Carpets, Mat lng8". :Rugs." Art.Squares, &c all- at' .

Report of worions cattle4'Inspectors of.roadln.ddltipstobnildiagacroso e thlt cough., Mrs::' S-{ Great Falls'. 8 reasonable. prices. . '
' 'upoo said "rhee'- && &.:Vrjtes: "I have .used Bal .
/as flle4 with board, and m swamp are some other '
,' lOG duly seconded and carried' clerk swamps that this road will have to go lard's Horehound Syrup'ln'my familyfor .' COME, AND LET US.SHOW. ,YOU WHAT WE HAVE.
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4 Vas lnetruatedtd"notify'each' |aspeo" through, but In 'my judgment the )'e.--m: children never" 'suffer '" '' 4sWr

or that they must give. full descrlp building of this .e.en'milss.ot.' road. with coughs. Sold by1' Roberson's. '

," oa of all cattle: recorded.; by beaa.. fn addition to --said swamp will, no' Pharmacy. : B. MAKINSON. C'.l::

J'Bond of Henry Slla .mitt' M. J. cost more than the building'of other ,, 'Wanted.. .
|ass and Lewis Shiver la the sum of roads of: equal length which the '
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)each to carry. M '',,Special ,SmithReason county has already! built. ,' I .
pistol'was 'approved., .'I Indebted to ,the 'oouel..j ot prices Docks paid.Dr.and Big. Fox. Cecil Squirrels.French,"Noon Hlgt . . . -,. II!!' - ..' :ri;;

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I MAIWA'S REVENGE Of difficult courtfo ought task. to bare abandoned S a !lJ

the tusks. Often and often have t: 'i .Fii; i In-State, of Mississippi. Over the,'Nom-:

"" since' reproached, myself; for not do- Doings i ] ( (nation, In Primary, of.Hon.. E,

,, *> I OR I lag to." F, Noel for Governor.

'" Indeed I think that my obntlnncy
ALLAN -
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, QUATERMAIN'SOEATEST ADVENTURE. About hem vas donuilglit: sinful but ,

1 always wa* olisliimte about things I r v v -rr v rV W V w r ,, -_ _. 'F- .w'r-w----w 4 Tbe prohibitionist* In Mississippi Uo. '
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: -y. and I 'oll.1'not! heir the !Men
: of
leaving Four wearing broad smiles these .
Hanged from Same days
,I, I Gallows. State Convention of Postmasters. aDd'tbe
," those splendid tusks "which had
cost
By H. RIDER 'U GGARD Four
,' negroes were legally banged in another cause of their good humor
entertain is
limo co much palun aiul danger to come Gainesville is to the',
..h.-\o,. of"$\,,'* "fbi SO: '"O":, Ni.. '," Etc. ljWell, It nearly cost me my life, rJrooksvllle last Friday on the same few weeks, eKction of lIon. J5.: P. Noel to the
... ... ..... . . ... __ ... ... ....... gallows;, the state convention within n governorship
first
-"' ''' --::':'''''''''''::- "'''::: : ') .I. U' ... .; ntan_" unit 1lit cast: noni Gobo' his' fla hanging in the coun.

--- --- ,:------ ----. ------ ------. _- _ ._ - iiiiisbortl.v l>e> Keen: to say nothing off '(Jjr In eighteen years. Thore hanged this convention being the annual meeting which jihey regard. ai almost .
CHAPTER tbe los infixed: l>.v my rifle on the cue were \Y alter Tyson, \V1ll Collier, Oeo. of Florida poalnipsters of the equivalent to the enactment of atat..t.
V.
8 their
i bearers as they viewed us broke
Continued upon our cars. ills AMien I reached the projection I Mitchell and Ben Cooper. Tj'upn, waa fourth class. There will, in all probabIlity utory prohibition law that will put ;
found hunt the
I men. were trying, with.
Quick as out pnce bad been before theIr imialy sturilttty, to hand up the convicted of the murder of Robert Bill- be term 150: to' 200 posmias- every saloon in, the state out of bust- i
I. "There, below; that small peak. 1 Is It grew. muct quicker, 110'vf: for tcrrut': tusks fli'rtf. ., son. and the other three for tbe murder .
one. plnco nheie mel way 'aia. antI )point tees of the /state in attendance, and ucla .
lent of J.
wings to my gallant new.But Now the remit of (fbi.* wns that those n. Garrison.: There was a
one'.. only. they were sorely lir-'d., and the above had/ nothing to grip/ except the large crowd Id town, but. no excite these will be entertained-by the ffo-) Although Mr. Noel's opponent was.

Also It' cnn'ensily'be 1 locked' fromaboe. 10all .,.wwo. heavy 1,0 thnt run." or round.. polished MirTare of limo Ivory, ment. pie of Gainesville la the .utual! hospitable pledged 'to prohibition tbe temperanett'It"lrders

,. rather climb' an we would WAlube's. nud this in the |ioHl3il! In which All the nianner.- do not believe tbat be would-
"If 'not : theyhere moirnglsltbra' were 'admitted
men there then most ;
pass
soldiers, a scrubby-look\ !* I g lot of men '
llicy go round tbe great peak of the! with big spcnrs, sum II shield but <1U not gIve stidlcicnt bold to ou- I to thA Jail and H Vast stream The convention will be called: : lu or have given the aggressive support to

mountain tw. day,' journey and half nit bout plumes: climbed considerably I' able them, to lift tlic vtclght., ot people thronged the jail to see the der'-nn Tuesday ,September' 24, and the measure that they expect from Mr.

a day." faster. I I.)toM them to levorsLthe tuJk, anti condemned men and tell them good- will continue! for two or three days, :Noel tallies It for granted that (he-
or h
"And bo.w fur Is the peal* from I1s?'' pu them' up., ro Hint the niiijrh/ and owing ta the before will not only urge tbe legislature .
be.at The last mile <)f that pleasing; rha! e jOn w eUds cOmb tq; tboi4auids of tbe byo. The prisoners! shook liandj with amount of business Utter
"All to-night shall jou,walk and till was like a fox hunt, wu ue.iiiTfflio fox I I I IlIl'n bo'c. everyone, and said they'; were goingto the meeting. by message to put the saloon t.

er .to-uiorrow nbnll and you jf Aland you on walk be fast peak., "t.unmet and always In view. j I I 'l'hJfllI01111.! amid the list, two were heaven and wanted their friends.tonicet The place of meeting has not been) of buslneei, but that be will also be.

I -,1i1ihd. for that meuut a' rte-ztud- What oltolldJ! metii the' ettTnordlnary get'up in sftfct.1 them there-that they had made jet determined upcn: but It11I be! come a worker in the raDk ,'..aIl4 'use

a tony mlleV trudgo without sleep. by '-ralw euduiaucu. and .activitysluon'u I At till point looking behind, me. I peace with God and were certain of ranged Inter by Postmaster Lynch, his Influence wltnth-9 lawmakers to-

,... Then I rolled to Hie men 1o take She: never even flaegod.,.! mv time MatuKiiR, fctrvA tiling up the salvation who' I. jubilant over the nutlcliiatlon recurs the patfare of the bill, which
: :
,1m each of Ilioin n$ much cooked ele I think that t filil's nniscion must I} not slope III a than rough' extended order, amid The condemned men IIlic'nt their last of met ling HO many of his felloIVpostmasters : means much more than his moral sup
meat be could manic a bundledar""ls away .
phant's a* conveniently
('arry.r' hare been made of Iron or perhaps it ] 'Cocking: tho Winchester, I oi'enfd hours In einglng and j>ra>'lng. and they in hta town. )port.Not
'did the rlf. was (the strength: of her- will that. SUI"-1 J 1nvi t'.ie: on t them.I could be heard some distance from-the. This convention means a gr?,at deal' : a saloon liet-pfr In Mississippivoted
same my!! IIn.rorc'o1 fofl IIA .. I
1 The woman )Main to eat some as we .* don't diillc Kliow b"; \\' ni.inv I Jail. 't to Gainesville as thj delegates will for :Mr Noe-1. and ft would, there
uloroo't
nvent. Atnimyrate, */Jie rcarjic1' of missed but I lo I know that.. l I never When Sheriff I.ualld Ills deputies; |j compose a clasU ,of people! who arE fore s I 11)0' 1)0:1k: second poor lolio! who was
This I
1 'f, tlmo she Deemed neither (toO sleep nor tJellllt lil'H. It was' exactly like pheasant. ..hootlu led them upstairs and out onto tho' tlons. With. the exception of an edit hate felt" confident of ibtlr ability to

eat nor rest to fiercely 'was: she seton rvcently I' Cairo panting up. and I at lifld n! hot to ,Keep corner.shifting myself from scaffold, they all seemed to be rejlgn- CHtlonal convention'there will probably get the statutory mtn.sure through at jj

vengeance glanced at tbe ascent. one to the ci lice. tiring iilnnint without ed to their fate, and showed no emotion be found: In thin assembly: ; IJnggl't'llll1ol1 the coming session, but with a i prohibition
... Tben we started. Malwr /guiding us. lie fore us 'van a will! of nrk nboiit ; whateveraiter Tyson when : of Intellect seldom found gO"\\l.lor' In ofllce they now
getting; a "Igllt-III/It U. b.v the eye
After going for some half hour over
IradullJlT'rlsllJgrollud we found ouruplves o llt-bUl1cl..d and flfly( feet In belslit. jilonc, after tIme fashion! of the experts the noose wan being adjusted around lu gathering of otlier kinds, Und the rogajd success as absolutely c! rtaln.
upon which the strain were fto Jai.h
on the faither edge of A great' C 5 to form a series of prolecflotm! unfaclciitly ) Mho break gl.ifrs' 1111 11 I!. his neck, with a smile] Oil hl3 fiice. people' of Galiif vll.lf are bound tcihow The prohlbltloiiifts) will not be content -

limh-clad depression, something like,; l'cIINubl1ultCI'/ !! to make the Hut ijulck?. at the woikar.. men Jocularly remarked that It wima:; too their ai'j"'
the bottom of n lake. scent, ooinpnrn lively 'Kpoaklng:, ,easy. fell thick n ml! b.v I the tint that Ibll.l tUht.; lie was the only one who sjiulvo nice by ( ntei.talnlnK them.rohtniBBlcr a&cUut'Dt.; \,filch would be subject to

This .depression through which weImd except) atone pof. where It was uiece.sail "' 'artrllll.'I'emptied tlic the I cmbiiiv of Its t\\cho lifter they mounted the anold. lie / (Ul'cl'1.: \\Veelc olilen tepeal lit allc.w..g: kCslon, thusletting

? boou traveling vrn* to n tery great I ta climb over n projecting; angle monll'lI i el1ekPd advance. was for tho saId: "(!oodb>'e to ever: >'bo cl l>' ; nuct me (: St Mary, president of t h.! Flur down %the b..rs Atafw.? They will
extent covered with bush; Indeed( almost of dirt and hear n little: to. the left. Ida t Smite I.f Ing issued clrc-.ifai
; III heaven nguc. : a the ,
I also of
where limpidly pUKhcl' In "oine more cflr-: I demand < Ii-.oJIt'1.t a> concuiriuu -.
altogether ro. except It It
was not n rently dliBcult plnee.but :
t ::was pitted with fi:ndes such as that what iuu le It nnkwnrd was "that trillA'I'.. and hn itituiiiiti! I done so At 11-49: Sheriff Ixiw t.prauft ihe 'n lat the 10 the convention. 0 i_wlutlojfc rn'imittlnt: ; ait*'; ,

wherein I bnd shot: the elephant... Immediately bencatli I his projection Mben the eiiemj. M-cinjf; that we veronbo'.it trap and the condemned inun wtre! amendmmt for rr.m-tl:I IJ':\ 10l1a1 prohibition !.

At the flop of this lope Mnlwa was a dee fissure! '.r '''"llgll. on the lo P I'/llW them together; cii tile hUlled into eternity The drowas bids! will be opened In a few 'u iy* to the I'eop.e' :. to in- voted on In

JialfeJ. and putting her bands over her In'Ink of ttblc'i! we n.:.v/ stood ; oil once Hi-ire vitli a ireiiir-iuloiii jell. about eight feet, 'and the nf cK oleach at Pensaeola for grading: I 105):; milej-' JIO* and this I I.*. where :h<'>- will bave j
yee. looked back. ally due out. no donlil. by the 'ol'hIU'1 J.v ihU time the two hahe rf thosingle of l'o.lIlbed of the Pensaccla and Atida
one being biol.m bj hue (all, Iluy to make thtlr ma'n nghi Th> pur-
t tusU of tlio ,Ail
Presently she touched me on ihe \vnier from the peak aIl liT.( i I great I I alouuiiMiinined died Instantly! hula and lVn..i: >.coU, Aluli.nna and i pose of tile statucry law is to be ef.lYctlve .
'to bi ,
?TII]. and pointed< the of ( )1".1':1< iu.I
over vest
sen (
Till*, gulf b!>lwatb would at the ciitleal I I
\\ ( 8icin. I two projinved railroads which
111'I'uII.1 l only until proitjilon! can be
toward a couiparatheiyaeeut Hied ns effecthelv) at liefun1. I
: spaceof ,
point" be tr jug f\ the iM-r\e oiweaKbcnded I I I
country some six cr seven milesaway. II Hiinber. and EO it but, notv.ltlisiniidiiij; nil that I Spani Editor. Arrested., are lit I UK |prtuumti(1: by .local niii :NrwYrilt made, a part of the o.frajilc law

proved In the result : could ,I". some men escaped my hall Jose Otcro. editor if the Spanish I'HJlUall.tll. Some wfiUs ago Uppoeltlon fioni :'".Njitlun.il: UquarDealers' ; $

I looked rnd suddenly. I raw something After the Ilrojl"t'tinIIlIltl.: .. wnsr j fit bullets and haegato:, fisocnJ the viiuer Kl ProRrrpto dc Tam)'a, published bids totgrad'g ftu-ty mil j of rjadie Association :s txpcctcd. In ,

/ flash iu the red rays of Ibe set- a"'srd the remainder of the ascent wn" ill"!!. lit Ylxir ('it. was aru-Hted tinjjliree I \\" : oieiu-d bin all were i lejectfdthe fact, It U Known thct the:! association ,1,

.. tins "n. i-rry t.iple.At 1'iesently mj iille! was npr.iln: empty.. warrants, ihaiglng him _with ( ('pmlIn>' staling; that the lildywire ban alreedv, suit- s . rill tennis Into I
A pausennd then another quick. j jtasb. I the Riimnilf. liowever. the browof 1 slims; it' ot' uiImcL.. mm tnt dl'8 wIn (exoililtrnt:: I It wa" then-derided,
cilmlnal libel. Manuel Futnti-b. H it- the kJate. doubtless fur The purpose of
cl'/C: ? in.v revolver tiiined) to make bolt
the hung OVllId a
was pipl..IIby
ter on the same pajitr was Kist! ) arrested to IiiciraBe 'the amount of rc.'ij to b. aSl'l'rtalulnglubllt/ 'tunun.l. Hut the
of it. the
"What l Is itr I 01'14', l a single narrow path cut throughIt attacker IICMIIK! now quite
."H 'Is the spear of Wnmbe's Impl, bv "'at..rIn such fashion that nbowlder dOMe; as I did: m) a xpoar struck the on the fame charge under two liradcd with the hope of securing mote prohlWtlon clement is in better battle I

and tbcy. traTel fast,"-.he ausweied, alnllp rolled Into It at the top cUrt cloitc to my lienil. wairants The affidavits!l Oil which Ihu satisfactory bids.: The 105 miles in- aria/ than ever before :In the klate ,

4I eooJl,.. V W9)ll: make the cliff quite Impassable The last iJTilf of tbe trek' was now wan puts were. IUlled out I of fount) <'lilt-II the rjnip'etlon' ot the pradln; "

.c: I suppose! tbat tny ('ice showed how to people without rope mulching" over ..lie rock nnd I suu': Judge: Hohle'a court, \\'I.'reI'O tu woik of the I'emncola and Andalusia'road "UNCLE JOE" IS PESSIMISTIC.

little I liked the news for the went M'ambe's soldiers were tit this moment out to tolio nut. the otLrr man who by Drs. M. Caraballo. A. I'oru, S. I'. ,'i which 1 is only 63 miles In length

on: about thousand yards from us. .Iiad liccu pushing. it t'p to vanish after rales: and C. W.. Kartlett. They chaise : and twenty mile pf / the Pt:>ni, cola. I

: Tear-not; they will stay to feast so It was evident that we bad no time It. that Bl Progresso de Tampa published j!I Alabama and'sll'l'lI& 'Abldl.'t,.' U Fears for fi* Republican Party Unless
upon tbe elephants and while Gobo, pooi tl'lIonrt'1l1irPil ,
they to lose. no second I Congress Acts Wisely.
article which, were libels mrmbera proponed will extend to :Memphis,
I feast we shall Journey.We I ot once ordered the men to commence lifMatlou ; Indeed his baste was I ? on .
may yet.escape." the ascent, the girl Malwa. who His nnd.oln. of the Latin Medical Association! One I Ten. Congressmen Joseph G. Cannon oC: '

After tbat -we turned and pnibiwl on was familiar with tile paps going first: lie went at the projecting rock with of the Pffldavlta charges that a false Illinois, wto II the guest (If Congressman
:3Ln. till at length it dark i bound. Kdward Winner. chief clerk of the
grew no to show them the wnr.Accordingly statement was publUhed in the jjsue Jo e(4i C. 6iWy of P Pennsylvania
_hat we had to wait (.., the rising of : they began to mount The end of the tun- was still projoct- 'tot the paper of August\ :24, 1907, In Duval hotel In JacksOn"Ula. and Misses \'i
tie moou. which lost us Urn's: lug: over and instead of on a cruise through to*. Thousandj
though tilth grasping the
alacrity, pll.hlnaud/ lifting tbelr which Dr. C. \\ Bartlett local representative Lillian and llertha Dallum, cnr'. :>loy-
i it. care us rest.Fortunately l loads in front of them. rock had caught nt It. | Islands on Mr. Slbley's yacht (
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of the slate' board of health ed rt the hotel were drowned in the s quox__,
! none of the men bad : It twisted In his hand be slipped
When ;
the
first of led
them by )Inl-
necn that ominous Cashing of the reached the ho (..II. Is declared to be head of a medical St. Johns rivet4.while out on a noon- ted as saying 1 Is an interview In reply -
wa. projecting
pears; If.tbev< had,7l doubt, IfI could<< down.their loads.upon,angle A ,ledge/ theyputt ofrorls :" With one "wild j !irokr; lie,, vanished! trust.' I light launch ride. The cabin of the little to question r-g
,t Lave kept control of,th#m""' 1.,1j'j: :; sAS -. and (clambered over ,..*; "l .,',i?{XvfSfr. :r>' Into tbe nbysbeimeatli.bls falling" body1: t .,In". a';,recent.Issue.'f *M6B'f"h ,published. ?, an', craft beiiiK lIome'A'bat'Itul'y.,. \\'in- candidacy. for the presidency:'

,' '. I had it.was" ,. they'traveled tutcrtban: ::,jOnce jip, b1, &;oIOK on their ,utomnclison'a i brushing me "in It'1)0II1I..1.'r. ;:? t ;j'ifft;': >i irfVar'4 .article l : attacking'.MayorT! :?,Frecker'j ttn+***rr*9,7./and J tner t ;and !':Ibt e' of 'the "'>:oung .womeniiI'theparty'took ; : "Am1a: \candidate ,for .the republl-

before ever: known,loaded natives to go \! bowlder,' .tht'1'j(::uld i i reach'\ tb.f : ' inomenf-we; stood fhn t. and Municipal, Judge' M.'I\JIe'ury, CouVu' :! Ile I ;!\ seats on the 'q.inopy Can ,nomlnatlgn .for pr'' Ident? No, I

desire,, to so see thorongn-paced the last of was,AVsinbe"their loads which were held' tip to ,them by presently the dull :' thud of bl!. ( tall charged the former\ '.::1I'lt&\lierniltting) flop of ,theftnch.. while others In' thepKI.t have not the bee.. p"I' On.IT.; Would I
? the men beneath and In this smote upou'oiir cars.. _' remained '
way Inside. Scarcely 'had :'nomination
country. houses of prostitution to ,thtlve la or ) I acept the ? No citizen
drag them up over the nwkwaral place, Poor fellow, he had met the fate
I. however der to enrich the and they taken seats than the launch careened has declined
took the precaution to whence they were easily carried to the wblch. as he "iod ilecl.ired. walked city treasury ac. ever It. nor never will.'
'march last of .all, fearing/ lest they top. about upse Ic.Vonibe's ('omltr,. cuaed Judge Cohen of smilingly] dispensing and turned over, throwing all f would rather contribute to making

,should throw a".athell' loads 10 lint all of this took time and Then, with an oath, the remaining: Injustice at his cjurt and beIng occupants Into the water. In their frantic the next session ot congress a .success -

: lighten themselves or, worse still tile the soldiers meanwhile man sprang at lilt rock, and clambered the subservient tocl pf Mayor fight for life the' girls caught Winner so that my rary will deserve

tucks be (capable: tOJ:. these of throwing kind of a fellows: ythlng would screaming and brandishing were coming their up fnt.lgSpl'lIl'8. Over It In "uiet. Frocker, whose every bidding he Is alleged I shoving him beneath the water.At and win success In 1908()! than have ,
: away IThey \ Aghast/ at (bo nwfiilues* of what I the
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do.Tarpon
presidency lecdend
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to
If tbelr own kina were at stake. had to me on a
It the pious Aeneas, whose story you were now wlthlng about four happened I stood, tlll. till l r a meeting of the board or state golden salver.! .
Haw the great blade of Maluka
were reading to ma the either night: hundred yards and Revetal loads together [pass tip betwpcimy feet n spear Springs seems destined: to institutions at (Iho capitol the past ": ow. 1 want to make this point

Lad been a mongrel pelagoa Bay native with the all the tusks, had yet to begot That brought ini to my seim'es., and become the leading town' on tho 'Wvbt! week, Hon. J. M. Gornto attorney, apj It congress dues not act wisely at' the.

chance, Anrhlses would have had a poor I was over still! rock.standing at the bottom of I began to clflinbcr up the lock likea Coast, the principal factor in its rapid J i' peared for' Jesse Albrltton, who was next: session; If |It Is not actuated by
of ;
getting out of
:: Tro-thnt is convicted at the fall term of 'he clr-
he cliff shouting cat. development being the 'spongy Industry calmness and Ila rlotliJIJ ; If it makes,
Jf he out directions to tbeine'n
was to ba
known > e'already made
a satisfactory will. above, but it occurred to me that I wflt half way round It. which Is conducted principally by { cult court. 1906( with assault with In. a great mistake and fails to me t tbe -

.. At tnoonrlfte we started on igaln. nnd It would soon be time to more. .Alreadr'; I\I rhtxped the lianil of Greeks: there being about 1.000 of 0 tent to kill, and sentenced to state approval of the reasoning America

with short occasional halts traveled till Before doing RO, lioueyer, I thought; hat bravo girl :Mnlwn./ who had! coins them engaged in the business. The I prison for seven year A' petition public there will not be much need

'dawn, when we :were forced to rest bat It might be -well) to try and produce down to help Rue, the men having sponger Pore gathered by divers who I| feigned by many of the citizens of for flue election ot dei!"pa-es to the
and eat. a moral effect upon) the advancing"'iiemy. scrambled forward with the Ivory, and Lafayette counties asks '
I ,
.. when! I felt a bund seize my ankle. are experts in the business having Taylor: next: : national contention:: of the republican '
Starting once more. about half-past for commutation of sentence from
worked at It for years in tbelr native 0 a party.
five In band I held "Pull )Malwn pull!:' I gnppcd and
we crested tbe river at noon. my a Winchester repeating ; I .
she country. The sponge ground embrace I the boo.rd of .pardon apd affidavits affecting "In the great masts
Tbeu began the long toilsome ascent ; carbine but the distance was certainly did pull. ", are men not
I through thick bush the' same |In which too great for me to use It with effect Malwa was a very muscular woman, an area, of several hundred merits of The case have been talking politics ,now' ,- continued the

1 shot the bull buffalo, 'only some co I turned to Gobo. who was shivering never befoie. did I HO keenly .appreciate inlies and are saId) to be Inexhaustible. prepared to be submitted to judge of speaker. "They are basy rheir ambtloa :.

. .twenty miles to tbe west of that spot, \vlth terror at my sideband handed the advantages of the physical development The recent act parsed by. congiess prohibiting said court. In the meantime a parole : is to see that notiilng U done to'

and not more than twenty-five" miles him the carbine, took from him my of females. the diving foronponges from of thirty days was granted. The : make them Idle.) This country i ,
*
.on the hither side Wambe'a express.: She tugged at my left arm. the savage reprieve lo very
kraal. board also granted a Kemp
1 went into It would
June to October 1 of year i prosperous. bo acongress c .
There were all; or seven miles of The enemy was now about three hundred below tugged at my right leg, till Holt of Santa Rosa county who had Jt
In .
.effect for the first time this year. should: do
this dense and I began to realize that something must ; anything '
bush and bard fifty
work it was yard away, and thef'lpl'e. It' tbJt
condemned to die on the Oth. ult.
ere long give the meantime a great many tot the been time to uPtaet bUAI.llus! and It I
to get through it.Next : .. 'was only sighted to three hun way. < ........... "g11jhi.
: came a belt of scattered for. dred. Luckily I retained my presence of Greek population have taken advantage make mistakes In half a dozen ....,

estwhich was easier' to pass though Still I knew that It could be trustedfor mind, like the man who, when a Are of the layoff to >'lsit their mother II. P. Bevllle, a well known young f 00''\'aT.'. ,i

ia revenge the ground was steeper. the extra fifty yards. broke out in his house threw his country. But the majority preferred to man of Gainesville wa3 arraigned in :'!

This was about two miles wide, and'We Cunning in front of Watube's sol- mother-in-law out of the, window and spend the summer months In Tarpon, the city court a few days ago for selling DIVORCE PETITIONS GALO] ':.

passed it by about four lu the diers were two men-captains, I' suppose carried his naettresa downstairs.My where a considerable number have 0 Intoxicating liquors In violation of It

afternoon. -one of them very tall. right band 'o..stlll free, and in busy boat. the ordinance, and fined S500 nnd costs Newly Enacted New Jersey sul .

Above this scattered bush lay a long: I put up the 300-yard( ; Dap and sitting It was my revolver, which was secured I been kept building. new or sixty: : days. An apepal was taken Results In Big Crop. 0
eteep slope of bowlder strewn ground down with my back against the rock to my wrist by a lehther thong. for the coming season. As a result of the enactment of
bond
defendant for his
,which I It was cocked and I simply held and tbe gave tie.
to It
the'oot drew
raq..I1P ot: the little a long breath to steady mr; elt, new divorce law of New
peak. some three miles away. and covered tbe tall man, giving him downward and fired. Many restrictions are to be placed appearance before the grand Jury at Jersey 1'h'WII c ,

AS foot-sore and weary we emerged a full sightFeeling The result was Instantaneous, 'on the saloons, in Pensacola If an 'ordinance tho fall term of the circuit court. Hake effect: on January 1, 1C ,,

on to this Inhospitable plain some of .. tbat I was on him I pulled so far as I a in concerned most eat!. Introduced in the city council an extraordinary number ot applies IS

the me a, looking rouad caught sight and before the sound of the striking factory. la possibility The work on Leon county public' for divorce-has been made In the co ... '
there every
<
ing rapldl7"! alone not more than man throw up his arms and pitch somewhere. I am sure I don't know tbat such will be done. disposal points. Tbe clerk of the county courtIs been 700 petitions Since January: ,
at their
where. "the entire-city
anile.Atflrsttbere behind lis. of having
forward on to his head. Under
In receipt of numerous requisition the new law It will take a yen1;
was a panic and the Ills companion stopped dead, givingme At .any rate he let go of my leg./ In which to locate saloons, the to be freed from
,bearer:: tried. to throw off their loads a fair chance. and plunged headlong Into the gulf saloon men will be confined to-a district from the various road commissioners marital bonds, whir

and ran, but I harangued them, callIng I rapidly ,covered hIm' and Bred the beneath to Join Gobo. two blocks ...Ide'and five blocks for tools with which to supply overseers under tbe old law only/ four rocutL,

out to them.that,11I'ouid certainly ! left barrel. In another moment I was on the top In . for the use of the hands. is required. '

shoot tbe first man whdid llO, and He turned around once and then sank of the rock a 04 going up tbe remain length."i**"- -

that if tney would but trust in me down In a heap. lag step like a lamp-lighter. of the operators of the Postmaster William II, Northrup of MAN AND DAUGHTER. MANGLED. ,,

I would. bring-them through' the mess. This caused the enemy to hesitate. A single other soldier appeared in. The strike Pen aacol a, who has been attending the r';},
'Now ever since J had killed those They had never seen men killed at: pursuit but one of my boys at tbe Western Union Telegraph company at annual convention of postmasters of .Train Struck Buggy at Crossing sr.
.
three elephants' single-handled ,I had such .a distance before. and thought top. fired my elephant gun at him. Pensacola ended a few days ago when Occupants Were ]
sat
thelrit claa Erie Pa. has Instantly Killed.
returned Jtl
coined great influence that 'don't -
know if
omtheseinen1 he
there hit
him.
was) "
something
uncanny or only keys "
listened to all of the men who, l Ctt heir and reports the convention being 'FM; Johnson ,aged luccesaflLl
.siod-they me. abont tbe performance. frightened him; at any rate he. van .. as 57, a ,t,
r. So off (,o went' .1 *ard as ever we Taking advantage'of the loll'I gar ished whence he came... th e'week'"',.gO' resumed, tbelr old positions. the most .successful! : In Its-history. farmer }living near Wet Point Gal t

'-V could go; the ,members of the Alpine the express back'to Gobo, and slinging I do' know, however lh.it be very Postmaster' Northrup strted that Florjd and his.'daughter! :Mrs: 'J,,'H.,'Bullenj

'ittf': .v Club would not bate been In It with us. the Winchester repeater over my back. nearly' bit me, for I felt' the jvlnd of Tbe Ideal operators state, that :'they .bore the distinction: of being the, S3 years of age Rock, Mill,.. Ala.:, we /
-
IV. made the bowlders burn the bullet
as a5'J I IbegafltoI1inbtIjec11ff. ;
went o t"cn" tbe 'trjke! through 'sympathy only state In :the union' to have full struck by the eat\bound vestibule, '
IrrencbmauconId **Tr ", -- -1Vba-wo.reach tbe Another "tblrt, .seconds '
> ; projecting and I-. and .
angle 0 train '
forb'e' cperaorjl! othercit'Ies. representation at:tlie convenhionwhichfactwLi'cozflmented on the Atlanta. and .West Point)
,
WbeawO had. done-bont a mile tie i all the loads 'were over but th the woman Malwa were 1Ibe'top'cC( '
to f.om he belt tasks tbe: and bejleved ai. that .Unoe! that ] ; ? upon ,by1 General railroad at a crossings; 'just : ,
l" v" r-apears bean: emerge still had to 'he passed np. and cliff; panting. but. safe.. 1 J west rot
,'J" ,Gt scattered buihDd_ the. whoop of this owlag to their' .we: Uht, and th m mw i' rr) be eGD nue4.) '",' the /trlk- would be. ot short. du .Uon. Hltchcoctf. .1 the city .Saturday morning' and 'both ft.*'
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L ,Georgia, ,Charged With Mur ** ever' j .1 t

dtr;' and Chased 'by Judge Shelby Order Georgia AsOY'e .
t Posse; Seek thrpcfl: ; ,is
Passenger Fares In e a
/ Railroad Commlesleo';
u'ead Protection In Tauahasiee, Eighty Workmen Go Down An. I
tate 'of Georgia Effective. ewer In Case of Centril'a Appeal dangerous' mQI dy'bUyou
.By Collapse of Bridge. '
De rearing a mob of his own state -

i' might lynch a Georgia 'fugitive,, who Jin order was I..uat! Iluntsvllle, don need'to
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sat AIL THE ROADS COMPLYOrder Governor sought safety Browatd-of In ,bro Tallahassee date DISASTER NEAR QUEBECImmense Ala., Saturday by Judge Shelby of the lie a .sock around

Florida ordered United States court of appeals, In the
at. 2' the/Dloham Rifles" a local- :your neck to ..
tuteel to .hold themselves la realiness company for, case of the Central of Georgia Railroad cure it, j-

i of Commission WIN'e Obeyed orders. Structure Being Built Across company, against the railroad I,

Until Protest, of Road.' Has. Been Pursued by ten armed. men In auto th *.St. ,.Lawrence! Near Quebec," commission of Georgia, John C. Hart, ,

+ Settled'"in Courts; A F.w mobiles, George Slmms a negro arorlvtd Crashes Down, Carrying attorney general of Georgia James BALLARD"::' tb

. Complications. from hear Thomasvllle,.'Ga., surrendered / Death and Destruction. K, HInes, special attorney! for the rail SNOW'LINIMENT' ;'
.tnc.ould. to
the sheriff and
Will jailed.
j road/, commission of
Georgia
t to- Monday morning the reduced pail protected He said he If. feared caught.he would** not* be Ar]section of the new bridge across' defendant to submit a bill requiringthe of complaint ;

!orr.Jh. :senger rates ordered by the railroad Slams It is charged, sTTot Marshal the %t. liwrence1 river flvct miles ,be. and to alrpearbetore Judge Shel I trill cure that

commission of .Oeol1l ,..tn.,circular-No.; CargelJ of Cairo, Ga., to death. Tues* r w..Quebec. collapsed 'I9te; Thursday by or some other 'one of tho Judge Bollard's Snow throat Liniment In short order.

lala.lOUt.. 33*, went Into effect Differences from day nIght The shooting occurred at afternoon 'carrying; scores 6f" workers of the circuit court' of the- United I lag free circulation, giving penetrates tho muscles tho more pores, promofr-
,
a cent to a half-cent a 'ml e In, 'noticeable th'o. cabin of Slmms on the Brandon and mechanics into' the water .It is States In Atlanta 'on September 16 at' elasticity ?
, be. T \ plantation, just Inside the Florida 10 o'clock or at such other time a, CUkES RHEUMATISM.CUTS.SPRAINS. BRUISES
in the tariffs on all ot the ",; estimated that the less'of lifes t at I.I. WOUNDS OLD
,tea Hue.'f may be ;fixed by,the court or ag soon' SORBS STIFF JOINTS,
i toIch main lines la the state in consequence At UL time of 'to shooting a.posse least sixty, and many estimates exceed . thereafter as, counsel may be heard|i BURNS AND ALL PAINS..

hl I bail mrrormded Slmms' cabin to effect that number by twenty.,., to' show!: 'why injunction as prayed In: i GAVE INSTANT

su : Jt Latest advices Indicate that all of tho capture of' another negro-'Char, The bridge was' about' a mile and' a ,the bill should not' Issue. Henry" Stone Provo RELIEF.

the roads in the state placed Into -effect hey Williams, who sought refuge' is' half la length, and halt of it, from It |Js further ordered that the mu SnoW'LiD1mont! for Neuralgia, Utah. writes Toothache"r haW need Baflard'a

DD1ree the reduced'' fares- as offered. I the.hoWl'. .' the south' shore to midstream'cramp-., tton and prayer for"a restraining or whloh upon upplio&Uon gnvo me, instant relief.and Sore I Throat ;
It was first led der'to remain In force mond it at being; the best Liniment can rooom-
reported that WIIII/tm/ up and dropped Into the river. until the heir- pain ouuuod I havo over used '"
The decision| of Judge Shelby. Hunt from curing
KeuraJg
Ing'on etc. ,
bad killed ,
< Marshall the application
staey Cargell, but it was) Ninety men were lit work'-on, this for an injunc
vlile, Ala.,, In refusing to order! a temporary ascertained'later, according to reports section'of the structure and the whistle \ tion Is overruled. j PRICE,25C:, SOc AND $1.00

toat injunction against the commission that Slmtna fired the shot. bad ,just, blown at 6:30: for the men Accompanying order of tie court

restraining them from putting Several other negroes have been arrested to'quit' work for the day when they which was: handed 'down late flatus Ballard Snow

to. into operation the proposed rates act. at Thomasvllle for harboring heard a grinding sound from the bridged day afternoon Is a memorandum of Liniment Co.

owon das, check, upon the contesting; COTjiorstlons Williams, but he Is still at large and midstream. reasons given by Judge Shelby ,for refusing :OO-So2 North Sacond.Street,
1
and It is thought that all la now supposed to be biding Ill Flop The men turned tq see what had to grant the temporary ...., ST. LOUIS, -

will follow the lead ot the Atlantic Ida I woods" happened, and an Instant after the cry" straining order. JUdge..Shelby says: MISSOURI.

rc1'to Coast Line and file bills asking for a The negro outlaw, Charley Wit went up, "The bridge Is falling! The I "The maximum rate' Per mile for
'
1 1I. .permanent, Injunction after a review '!llama killed Sheriff Tyus of' Grady men' made a rush shoreward but the passengers charged by the complain' Sold and

ius \\Vt the case, In the federal courts If county, August 19, while resisting a r. diplanca was ''too great for them 'to ants' company- ,is 3 cents. The Georgia Recommended; by

rut the rates ordered are declared: uythcse rest fur contract JumpIng. He made "Ilea"", railroad commission has reduced For Sale at ROBERSON'S

on-,, ,.,.,, .courts to be unjust. hb escape and was followed by a The fatten section- of the IIddge the rate,to f 1-2 cents as to Intrastate DRUG STORE.. v

art \\jf ---TJ't: hew tariffs were shipped to ailof posse headed'by Marshal Cargell of( dragged others after It, .the snapping passengers. The bill Is filed to enjoin .

the"roads from their respective Cairo. The marshal was shot bySlmms' girders and cables booming like the Vacate and annul the order of KISSIMMEEROTTB

iniye headquarters Saturday and every little In whose bou,,, Williams crash at s> damns and frlgb.teu.las: UM the commission on the grounds that it '

station had Its new tariff sheetson ought to bide and both U'lllUms: and wwrtwen as they aped sftoieirard'' Only violates the provisions of the fifteenth -

ur hand for that road Monday morn. Slmms escaped., a few of them reached safety before and fourteenth amendments to the

Ing. ., : Marshal! Cargell was the third officer the last piece of iron on the south" constitution relating' to due process ENTER '

be All tariffs far straight rides on the shot In the discharge of his duly, shore was dragged Into the' river. and the equal protection the laws

same lines are figured out, and there and the second marshal of that town. i Near the shore the-wreckage of the The case la not now before me on Its STEAMER LILLIE 81'Jl:4MJllJtOSBAD.4.: :

will be'no trouble after getting ticket Marshal Deas of Cairo was killed by bridge did not go beow the surface merits, nor Is the motion for an injunction Captain Clay Johnson 8r. Captain Clay Johnson .
wrn ,r ron for these stations. ,yA. Maxwell a white man then of the now before Regular Jw-
! But the trouble water and elA( workmen ""bo. me for decision. weekly trips,to Basslnger red return.
Roseada
leave Kls....,
will come on these tickets, from a Sheriff Tyus, now Marshal Cargell. remained above water were rescued This Is not intended to Intimate any aee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klislmmee Friday evening

ito station on one line to another.A The governor later ordered the ne&ro.lent and taken to the hospital at Levis opinion on the questions not reached. Special Charter Trips to Lake Qkeec>obee and ,Port Myers Oa the UUlav

ofhb man in Newnan wants to go to to Live Oak,,Fla., where be was The steamer Glennmont had just The bill of claims la..Presented to obtain Comfortable The most accommodation for passengers. Rate reasonable Tl

Athens. Instead of buying In Newnan carried, under a small military guard. cleared the bridge when the first section an order setting the motion and roc Passenger picturesque Waterway la Florida. '

:1. ticket for Athens Le will" find that Tbe guard was kept at the Live Oak fell. The water thrown up by the prayer for the Injunction down 'for a and Freight Rates apply to
I
4te can -purchase a ticket only To Atlanta Jail until I 9 o'clock Thursday mornIng debris dashed clear over the bridge of hearing and directing; notice to be CULT JOHNSON.. SR- Proprietor.

and then buy another: ticket when ft was withdrawn. There the steamer. The captain at once low. given to the defendants. Order to. On board TJHI." iClsdmmee.. ft*'

from Atlanta to Athens I was no evidence of violence shown toward ered boats Tho small boats plied back that affect will ba made. I -- r

It Is understood; that each line for the negro either ''10'T.llah.ssee and forth over -th... sunicen wreckage ''I "Also I am asked to grant atem t "( w'I N"i11' 3

I the present will sell only tickets over or' at Live Oak and no trouble I.> for half an hour but there was ''no rary restraining order enjoining; paLUhite

Isof Its own line for Intrastate business. feared' by_tbe omc__ ra._ !sign of life. The twisted Iron and operation and enlo emeni' the Slaves of' '

J Of course, the matter of interstate m, steel had its victims In a terrible established by the railroad commission

business Is not Interfered with at all, HELD ON PEONAGE CHARGE. death grasp. A 'feAr floating and of Georgia until the hearing ol '

f and through tickets are to be had 1t 1 1rive broken strands of the bridge towards the' motion for the Injunction. The 'fal the 'O/cfe/z Time

at usual Louisiana Men Accused of Restraining t 1I the north shore were the only signs lowing is the statuteauthorizing sucb -
lap -
1 I "How are we expected to, know the Negro 'Laborers. I that anything un..al-had bapp' ned. action: Section '718 R. S. of the U. S., "
, d, tariff of the Five well known residents of Clal- gives judge to 8, the Sea; Thomas B.
f Q Southern Central. Gear There was not a ripple on the smooth power grant restraining Gregory.. ,*
t T. gla Atlantic Coast Line and Sea- borne parish Louisiana have been surface of the St. Lawrence*. It order If he thinks life or property 1 Is ;N. .0.... T la not
generally known
board 1 Is the way one prominent.rail arrested by Deputy United States swept along toward in jeopardy. : that tot a long period'wblte slav
the gulf ery existed, this
,
country alongside ,of tha,black bondage,
ht. road official put the question "We Marshal Lea and carried to Shreve. All the men drowned were
r, have only our own t tariff sheet figured' port on charges of peonage, The Indictment ees bf the Phoenlxvllle Bridge company confer on the railroad commission n : blood'were, held in a servitude that was in some ,crespect

out. The others will have to be worked alleges that the five men allot and subcontractors ot Quebec, and" of Georgia the authority to ''re uceI '.t'. : as bad as'that to which the'negroes were reduced.
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11.I out with combination rates; later,,,You' whom, are named Gray" held un'der, :' Montreal.' I Intrastate passenger rates. It made the ::e..imot e-,. England: It was the cUltom ,of the ship mastersof Holland,, And

fit t so part ot\\your:::30ur eY'for'2'cent.: restraint;(, a number or negroes. 'Tile :(:"v'iAtr' : 10 o'clock Thursday)night sixteen : :. order In question June ,7, 1907. After .....w.H..#-1.iaa.... promise of to a free Inveigle people :onto their vessels uWranca under the
section five Grays' gave bond In the sum of$9,000l'abd bodies notice to the the passage to America and the that
a mile\ ; another, for 2"1-21cents had' been picked'up, and complainants railroad when once
the
m' upon shores of the New
I. f and the third'for'I the Mold'rate-of-S; "' will" be tried.,at the,.nextterm'of of the el&ht"meailn the',hospital two companies and after hearing work would be found for them with( excellent pay World plenty' ; tot t "

Z, cents. the federal court are not expected to live ' evidence the order provided that It i On reaching the colonies the scoundrelly captains would make haste to

B I "Say, the first distance is twenty "BIO STICKS" ARE APPROVED The Quebec bridge was;begun ,.even should not go into effect until Seltem.bel' laborers announce through every medium' at their command that good artl.Rut.*** s

even miles the next eighty-nine and years ago and it was to 'be finished 'In ,Z.. .1901", This gave the complain. Bngllsbmen bad arrived. Persons in want of such flocked to the ships. the poor

e ,r the third twenlythree. and you see By Representatives of Central American 1909. Subsidies had been granted 'by ant companies two months and twenty. : caJly captains and would Dutchmen, would be sold to, the highest bidders,' and the, raa>

e bow much figuring there Is on that Republics at Washington. the federal and provincial governments I alx days In. which to, apply for"an Others, known as pocket Free Willer.the'Proceed.' .. t

;a ticket without a tariff ahtet, so you The mlnlsUrs at Washington representing and the city of Quebec, and the esti. injunction before the rates prescribed better their condition in tbs: colonies.. came These over of their own accord hoping to-

" can guess the rest of the work on all of the Central American mated cost of the work was 110,000-- became effective. The bill was not presented and as a security te the ship masters for their, as a rule,'were' without money them,.

'n'1 n'1ae n'1u a dozen or so.combination tickets. So, republics except Guatemala Called at 000. until Friday August 80, two to selves to be sold or bound out, for a stated period passage of time over, permitted the price, going

If, for the present: we will sell only for the state department Thursday and ? days only-'one of them SundaY-be. pay The the cost of their getting to America, 1

,our own line." expressed the appreciation of their PARKER AGAIN! CANDIDATE. fore the date prescribed was to take had expired usual the price paid for three )years'.service was $100.. When this time
to governments for the taken effect The defendant has had "redemptloner" was entitled to receive'two suit of cloth.
; The Central of Georgia Hallway company steps by no' notice a grubbing hoe ,, ,
1l will obey the circular of the Presidents Roosevelt ''and Diaz In ne- Report Current to That Effect a Surprise that the application for the tem.porary one-half of the above a weeding:"price hoe and"' a new are.. Children w ressold for about
anJ: the mister was required to to it. that
see
gotiating for permanent In Cen- restraining order would be they
state railroad commission ordering the I peace to Dernocrae.A. were taught to read
and/write
and to have
at least
L one,quarter school
reduction In passenger rates. Vice tral America. made. It resort/liaa been made to ing.
from
I special Columbus R
Ohio the court In a reasonable time after The law against t
President A. R. Lawton of tbe Central aiding these white slaves to escape was severe. A fine
who Is also of the firm of general SIXTY THOUSAND HOMELESS says: The positive statement cf former the fixing of the rate on June 7, abettor ot $26 was Imposed .tot offering assistance In such cases. and the alder or

i counse ; iald: "We nave'' taken Governor JmeB K, CambJl... who there would have been no Ttcaslon all loss, was damage obliged to make full satisfaction'' to the master or1 mistress for

the necessary steps to put the reduced ,Fire In Hakodate, Japan, Destroys Fifteen has just.returned from New York that t for asking for an ex pane restraining Any one who concealed or cost sustained by the absence ofTJr aearch for runaway. Jl

I passenger rates Into effect'. The action Millions of Property. Judge, Alton Brooks harker la a candidate order. be fined at the discretion or of the entertained an absconding'"redemptloner-could *>
;w+ of the commlssfou not haVIng Advices received, Yokahama from for the democratic presidential Attorneys for the Atlanta and West master for each day he bad harbored court, and the be servant.made,to pay ten shillings to the w a ft,

been afford the American consulate at Hakodate, l Point railroad and the Louisville and It baa been estimated ,
.'t' enjoined, we cannot to do that the total number sent to America from the
ffotherwlsei: We shall press for a hear- Japan place the loss cau ed by the conflagratlon nomination was received in Ohio! Nashville appeared before Judge Shel. British Islands during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,. to say noth
Ut there at About with Incredulity. Mr. Campbell dces by during the afternoon. with practically ing ot those- that were brought
,log at the earlleat possible date and $15,000,000. thousand. In' from other countries :was a a ,high as fifty r;
t tIhmlllt hope( and believe that when, the court 15,000 houses varying In value, wero not seem surprised at tho recspllon: the same petition. presented This : ,

:as considered the evidence subpolt'tad : burned and sixty thousand people ren-' given the announcement saying, that: by the Central of Georgia. Jiidgo Shel- New York white American.slavery: : lasted until well along_ Into the nineteenth, century., . ;

Oaf t J by us and that submitted by the dered homeless. Former estlmatts are he did notbelieve It hiuiSElf when he by issued! the same order and fixed the .

defendant, Ik will grant us an In- regarded as being too low.ROOSEVELT first be9.rdlt. but that he learned later same date, for hearing before Judge _
t .that it was "Intensely true." He df- Newman. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. . M..
fj Junction It It does do so. wo expect - - - - -
r'to withdraw the reduced rates charge that the republican! party bad
and reTutcre AND DIAZ
from a source that was: Indisputable LOWER RATES IN ALABAMA i'
the scale In force before the Ir"----
a. to veracity g m 'fhe : .
a.e ';,reduction became effective. We earnestly Joins Hands In Plan to Curb Bellicose = ,
The fact that Judge Parker's famous Railroad Tickets Now Being Sold at .
hope that If. and when this shall Central Americans
be done aft officers and citizen will President Roosevelt and President barge that the republican party had 2'21-2 Cents ,Per Mlle. t? Causes of Financial 'Crises
Immensg
. xecognlze the supreme law of the Diu simultaneously have telegraphed raised an coirtiptlcm fund In For the first time In the history of
New York for
' ,land in the constitution of the United notes to the presidents) of the Ave republics the support of Boos* the state of Alabama,, railroad tickets
IR States and the constitution, of Georgia of Central America, offering velt has been borne out. In tbe face are being bought for 2 1-2 cents a mile 41 By Professor W. H, Lough, of the'. NetoYork Unl

and will not undertake to vlolat4hemfcy the good< offices of the, United States of the extremely tart denial of Mr.Roosevelt Never t before has the faro been lean ES iO tft .rsit".rchool of Commerce e..wV..*>* '. _. G 'r

''P, ; disregarding the Injunction. If we and Mexico in bringing about a conference will. It is conceded help than 3 cents Rates have also been .

are Tlwappointed In this hope there of the republics for a discussion Mr. Parker in his candidacy but it Is reduced on 110 commodities of generaluse .........V- CRISIS! Is a sudden and disastrous break In prosperity.,, A Mt
L not believed that he could develop sufficient .....N.? depression 1* a' long continual stagnation '
U' ,but one course for us to pursue of plans to maintain peace. In the state. Industryand'
:'land. that ll to rigorously protect our This announcement was ma convention of mind to which trader may be driven by 'an
rights to the end and earnestly defend nesday by Acting Secretary .Ade pf the to become a formidable' fig the recent legislature and put In by I. A financial danger. Generally unexpected tr,
I. speaking
depression
'"* the- law of the'land against the state department. ure.heels Nevertheless in the statement that agreement while they are being tested i ter crises, and are brought about by the same conditions.come at- ,

'asaults ot those who violate It." Interest the race baa created Intense 'with regard to their constitutionalIty ; and panics are incidental features of crises.,, Crises 'are gen-, t ,

SEVEN KILLED; MANY ''INJURED among the politicians.. In the Caderal" court. ,0'eJeeeeee- erally believed to be the result of three cause or condition:

aM ,WATCHER 'KILLED BY'8URCLAR, 0---" First, the most popular' and plausible of the ,causes 1*
> : BUBONIC APPEARS IN '' the state of mind of the people as
In Wr.cck of 'UICO;" ENGLISH PARLIAMENT ENDS. a whole Banker get scared and call in ?
a Chesapeake Ohio
Volunteered to Sleep In.Frlend'. .. and loans U we could only tcp the bankers cet.tlnc.scared we could atop.crises., rye
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PauengeriTnln.t .
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Caste Since 18 passing from one to
and SevenDeaths person n-
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Chesapeake and Ohio Houses Prorogued Long and We
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passenger Have other especially have crises because people:are .
'' Occurred. not sane
4-; John,, Byrd. a young man;; was hot train No.'6 wits derailed I and broad mindod t -
M near Kenawha 'Since/June 18. nine eatee bnbonlo Arduous Session. enough .enough.; .and because they concentrate U elf minds + .
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t'W'' death in ,Mobile 'Ala., early Bun- 'Falls, ,W Va... Monday, night. and asa .pIague'har.'been' 'With picturesque'oic -t me cerecionlal on business activities. : r" '.!b
discovered -
day morning ,b1'aft unknown burglar result seven'are deadand seventeen Francisco in .Baa 1': the parliament' was' The second group of'theories'whtch'sonte'try'' to'exyfsln crises-..i.,..' +/
and 'deaths British prorflued' -
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have
ayrd volunteered sleep In.the tore Injured. One coach and the combinalion re..nlted. over-production theorle One man,"after*another produce goods--until the
? 'of 'a Mend, which' had been. ,robbed : express'and car left the ., The federal ,atitl orltl':.' have 'In Londoll Wednesday, thus market,is glutted. Price then' fall. worker are thrown but'of.employment; ",'*. W, .' "

''several times, latent, ' track ,and ovenuraed. .,. Sprtadlog'of: sent a marine surgeon to thecity"and ending one of the .Icn eati''; and most and factories do.... 'This condition of over-productioavand',chaWio coar .
When burglar appeared... Byrd eoa-tlng, 'vessela* are' help.Inspected arduous sessions during 'which the sequences occur once la every: 'tea .to fwenty year '*
t tbe the rail, is supposed to have ,caused *, ;.
by the officers. The'bealt'b :oBicers loyal assent was given to'oversixty The third group of causes I* baaed the
bowed 'resistance, and was Wiled.i ,, the accident. say upon growing disproportion ofa ont.,j .:
( f. < ;a there I Is no caiisf for alarm., bill* .whlchth. ,late hC\d.el\1.l'.ule4. standing credit and cash, on hind. TW I la particularly' trnejwbea,:Jhere. "ariat hM;
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: y - - John B. Stetson UnivjJFUUK
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tIM B..rt.f Comity Commlimtvmm ft O.e.eis
PUBLISHED nEaT PRIDAT.r C.aatr, J1 rIda.at tile mmt ......- mm*_ 06 ,
A ,Office} Valley Gazette Building .w .......to b.biUa M.. .,.t... 7thOetolMr. dar" C. W. COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
.ISO,.Mtabltah. thE following propusidS.d
.KHSIMMEE.OSCEOLA OOONTY. FLA.W.'to u a iwfaHo rand: DANKi DsLAND, FLORIDA

.:, ...: 3Met.amt at Ii Ie -UMWt rMr f&lM NorthsSrrtioa. I :
'.' ewta d u.. Nartb..at quarter Affiliated With University of Chicago.
Sco1w' HARRIS, Editor and. Prop'rBUBSCRirnON 06 ., On (t) Towi.klp. Twm- 3
tr.tt (a'Seft Roan TwratrKbt. (Di) IS NOW IN THE NORTHERN MARKETS., .. ( r. 'hOll' of IJnlTerilty,. of Chlc.re.
t RATES E.*....."'.....u.w...M tile W.t.tk tins *>o??..Ki2l !Enrage tbsir deat.e'fn' ro5both tllelaUD .nd Clllo..o.. 8ae the (,kfiij- :and

orre.r.w.r...........M. .....,. .n" 01..t4____0.. p I). NoHll to a.poii PURCHASING HIS FALL STOCK OF GOODS. -Si'SML U with, !
du.Leeof admitted( 10 pracUotila. Florid
0.._.da ae..tM'. .............., .. M Ili hat e.utJt.f u..natr..t tMRigbt U W.vf ..w.-Ci- this. Coller' are -
__.u.... :: .............. .... D UM AUutte CautZUn Railroad Company WATCH SPACE l..1aalio.C.I1.s..f '1...._...... ted I'k.oet' o' MH..lo'Arte.-MfOCIb.olc.l. cl.n Zloetrie.tEnp.eenug
THIS
UM SwrUoo Ii.......-.BMttcm TMrtr-An(3) ; s aw )I..ffialolD& oour.ea leAdll'r' 10 ch lCr..... FID. D.W b.tldlag oosUyequtpauL

ill .. enkatl.n.. *xtmt fra..r awtlrar. and 'n1r 4& (JI) .. Tow-W Tw. y-..qDg I C.I.p ...I-B.o1lIn. la all 1Y brancltea. OII1Ieepi01l bJ' beat method..
.--.ada.ta.wu.tMde'edbw.rk.r.. ( ) 8o.Ui of ..... Twwtr.Ubt U*) t.tbmM FOR ., SOMETHING INTERESTING WHEN Bbortbaai.:t T1.rtlUaI. Electiveeouneaopen 10 otheFDepartmoats. LarCFaonltyanteomladbuW
h.l.cad will t b. roWraad all.d bfW .. .
saa&$ IM rmaina-WMtOTly mion* Mid Right S .lId
Fro ...if.r.r .,US flat- Soot of&loa cMtra of MM throuxb HE RETURNS. Pra..., Ac. ._ ..on4u.&foa prepared.. to enter H.rr.rd. Y.l., Princeton.Corn.lt,

s-uo.a TIoIrt7.ft (SS). TbJrf_r (W). Thlr.trt MICigsa.bic.ro.54.11 110,.... ... ...., ..ratelaa.ontleeai_1.-1. KtudergarY.1e IU own bnlldlag 2. Primary AD.
"lhnd I at....Partoflto.ta gb.lmmael'Y.ra..dd.r > ..W). Tkirtr. r* (!12) and Thlrty-oo.(SI) - .... ".... - ".... Grammar IiCAwl 10 Hparaaa bulldlol. These' 'ebooll' e.peelallJ p..p. Publici BrbOOI
-.II mawt In Mid TowMhip Tw.ey-raw (2.})Sooth of Bane "" "
.......teht(2. ) Eu..u.. Polk Uomty Una.Witaaa. "mtUic SeawL-A. 110,000 pip. organ k"down planom.' icpar.t bull+lnf, large rAGIIIt7, 1 1f

.my.hud .* ....Oele Clark of said thorough Art '9c von._l-vf N.w tu Friday, 'September 0, 10O7 Boarof *..d the oISdal Seal of ..... Board. KUanmoo. - at.owu baa s t..1&1 01 68 profea.ora and la'lnIC'torl. Tbey hold) degrees from the'Tin!,.,'.
Florida,thY !Sod day of &qrtonibcr,A. .ItT of Cbtr. *.o, Hwvint. Tae Dartmouth. Colyrobla, 'Toronlo. Wake Forest Ix>ol Tlll., Bowoln.
Utr4'<'bl. Bw-knrll. Unl.er.ltj Mlchln.n. Dennison and Ui.r-- UDly."ltletl. Tha i.are
I).IM\'. E. L LESLEY rKWO.UW. Win bulldlBK anA ne.rlv a quartarof mil Ion dollaf.ndowmeut
= :: e<"iulpm'at; )
Or The "wet" COD DUe. of Florida are: Clark circuit ConH. Oaeaola County.Fl.. 1 South Stables. uendovfdltlHmry of ever 11.000..0)0.....: a beautiful chapel with loath, furuUblnf., loolud-
Sunny lag wined rU.. window. .. 01maa.lom l wllh .
By ARTHUR R.DONEGAN. IBgaLID.pwtr Toil iMlnllnii.a flO.OM( pip. or o; a oornplM.PIMntiu
taA XUcambla. Franklin Dural, 'atau, : .n e.cl..... AtttleUePl.ld) running track, tMinlii murtii, Iwwlmll diamond a.4grldh.a
Clerk. ff ,bc.KlM. ( mwlnc. bnUdlDn lor menwomen
Marion, Ulllsborougb, Monroe) Dade, : ten Large l.boratoric..1..10..11011.for ChemUtrr..nd I'hfflri.other Rpnn.(.."i,.r..te Mlo.rolocr and
liftman. SU! John, Clay, Lee, Low Rates vie AtlaatIC Coast Llae. Mrml\Ur... muMumi and bop.: electric IIrbla./ elerlrle bell,.team heat oem.nl ..810101111
osap e INGRAM & GILBERT Proprietors. lads brand renoaa.ipacloui c.mpu., hnibberr and urea: wx-lal, II.I.u.lc.1/ ind oUk.r
Orange-counties out ofotaJ/ of (37.03; Saratoga Springs X. Y., and ir--- : _tudcru' rlutx;pier IrrUireconnci; chrlntlan and not sectarian te!acnlD|. 1'n. IUoo"
R: 44.'' Of the 23 wet co untie, the pro \ .\ \\\ .\\ \ \\\\\ \\\\ \\\ \ \if be.utllol'D4 healthful.and U>. ..p.....an low.
return via Norfolk and New York. , .
lie WbltlonUti active In Eicambia Forraalop views folder and Information, tddren lie PretWent.
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are 28.40: Saratoga Spring, 'X: Y., and RROADv'AY

hea 'ao TVankllo yUJe' Metropolis.P Dual and. PutlQaD.-Jack. return via Washington. ,Si LIYERY.SALE, and BOARDING i =i s LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. Litt.'D.LL; D. ,,

!M0.05 Saratoga, N. Y. and return : -: Pho. 102 s DELANP.! FLA. .
via Washington and. New York : t..1..i $
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bn.Ioe i. We r >,rer to the/ town of On sale September 2, 0 and '7, final : Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and $

hlC vw + rerry, the home of Bro. J. E. Pound, bo intit obtained September to October l:ih. Extension:tb. On. return may 4.4 prepared to meet all' demands with Perfect Satis- $ ..State Institutions for Higher Education.University :.

formerly! edItor of this Mr. ;
paper.
= t'actio $
stopovers allowed At New York, also 4I )). I
Pound. however, In., la no wise repoo
I* at Norfolk. Privilege of extension at $4
i .!ble for thin action the I '
on part
I Corfolk.t2i of the State of Florida' Florida Female College
4 rS of hi* town. In fart be fought It tofinish . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY II
M Richmond Va., and return. S d I GAINESVILLE. FLA.. TALLAHASSEE", FLA
a in the column* of hi* )paper" ,
the Taylor County Herald, but lolt, On sale September f, tl', 10 and If. w titN/tittiNH a a wanwwwN A high grade institution for ,' A'College for women, without a parallel
i !s out.. "'lna1l1mlt September Udh. meD offering Literary, Sclentl,'En.1 ) in the South, embracing a College -
Under a change In its Char1ma.de
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$2'';.7o Washington D. C., and ,I.... fflneerlDC. Agricultural and Pedaeojr- of Liberal Arts a School for
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by the recent J>!jrl lature the BUDDED TREES ical Courses. I Teachers, a Sehoolo' ndultrlal.\rt.l,
town hall created' ,idUpennar department turn via Norfolk a Srhool of Fine Arts, Including
and will for bug C27.70 Washington, D. C., and return Strong Faculty; well equipped Luhtiratories piano, pipe ortfan, violin, voice culture
open uj via Richmond 00MBl ; tlioroneh/! Instruction, both elocution and physical cuture.
; Sept m-
I net* Oct. 1st. theoretical and practical, careful supervision
bee X 9. land 11. final/ limit fifteen Islesworth Nurseries. and discipline; high moral departments.A faculty of able specialists In..U t.:..

days. .
The Florida East Coast Railroad tone.No I TUITION FIIKB. Charges for special
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seems mad with tbe world. It baa Kxtenslon may be obained until CHASE; & CO., Proi'RiETORS.; J. YV. HOAKD AgENT .tuition Other charges to .'Iorlda low. 'utuUenU. instruction lu fine arts reducedto 1
,October 4th.} expenses very a minimum. New buildings ID
topped Its extension work closed iti 21.0.1 i Nanhvllle, Tenn., and return We will\ have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general For catalogue and other Information I course of conltruetlon.Vrlte for.
hop* 'at St. Augustine and i* running on sale September 21 I 22 and ;!:I. Final assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie- adilress I catalogue\
'ties. Our trees are budded on /good healthy rough Lemon and
only one train per day betweenSt. limit to-leave Nashville September
i Augustine and Miami. The 3Oth.JAMKSTOWN. Sour Orange roots /guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind.<< ANDREW SLEDD, Pres. I A. MURPHREE, Pres.jun28orU:
All budded from
bearing trees in our troves and therefore true to .
closing of the ahopn without an hogr's EXPOSITION HATKS. name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to '
notice threw three hundred men out of See other advertisement.For none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's exper'
work:-men who own homes In the Information call on or write ience can produce. We are making a specialty this season of. the -- --- --- - ---- -
t nearest agent famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the
Ancient City and the official are orJ. G. KnuLAsn.I : greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVo
only running enough to hold their ). P. A., Tampa. Fla.ooooooooooooooooocxaoooooe. from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for pro

charter. The cooperation pres Ininaates "..- - - ducing, the best Valencia In California. CEC LA
all this ha done
been
I solely Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha. Fla.. or call and see our Ntrseries 0
on account of mdTerse Legislation.The *
-":-TM'CKissimmee at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.
r Lord knows the last Legislature : PT-T A T 1VT A C "V" _
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would not hartthe, corporation and : Drug Co. r.a lllr.fldallc ifkdlt ia>tktrfktkeadkacdcdkttfk 5 --- -_-__ _-. ._-_. -__...-: _._-__-nj _-_._-. --_ --_-_-- _ ''j'
therefore the drastic measures of the f --1 ------ -= ;:-j- -- - --- - -

a Eaat Co>>act Railroad must be to In I ,4
flnence - :: g; THE 1 t Don't when in
the next legislature; but we RS.F1oydScCo. ; forget us :

thank Ood all of Florida is not de- .
sf 'pending noon Mr., Flakier and his WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. j i 4> LEADING it::1 need of Anything !

whims, and Ms arbitary action will 1-

only hasten' Q.ernIlHlDt. owpersblp or We carry the largest andmoat GROCERS : DRUG 1 in the Drug
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control., -. Wauchula Advocate... I varied stockof ourline| ; '

M. town. .. . STORE i Line.

Enforce the Law. We-. carry none but the NEW FIRM NEW GOODS i g ----v-- ,I -= =_. .. : .
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freshest and of
purest drugs ;
Under the be* 1 la* now i In 'force,, ID"i at all times.( S "fl Bottle ot "Heroine" FREE, to EVery Gustomcr. ,

,the State, It is made the, duty of ana Full Line of High Grade Fresh > -
officer who seen a minor smoking a Your prescriptions are filled
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'x, cigarette to take him. before the proper by a Graduate Pharmacy J .' Family and' Fancy Groceries /It/ "-
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i', :' official, hare biro make an affidavit' besides five' years'actual ex- /.: ,? FREE DELIVERY a.l' -- .

Vf-f: telling where 'be got it, then arrest perlence. gw rr'w'w r'VCiv"7.'Yi"a. .3F'tF'Y''t1r'tFalyt ,

h and prosecute the >man. who sold orgave '''Doesn't' ; this mean ', NORTH KISSSIMMEE.I PHONE NOI ''I
something 3
Prices Kiss!
Right FIA.afar1F'IWiYa
in in co .
lyo htoi. 11 It Isn't a good law. ? 1 14 .

the belt way to get It Repealed Is to J ?fta
rv enforce it rigidly. We'carry sufficient help to I 4'' !"7"Uc'4"UI.'V._5e__ ff_ I C. W. 1

t'1. ( The above pertinent paragraph deliver your packages withina I' - .- I Griffin.
few
'from the Live Oak Democrat is passedon moments after the pur-

to our city officials' with the recom.. chase. This is not idle I

oendatlon boasting, but we' want your Fancy Family Groceries
that they get busy. Only C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE, 2'f' B. CARSON
the other day we saw two youngsters, business and we know we rr.sld.at. Vlc.-Pre.t14..t. ...I.'.

neither of whom was over' ten Tears of can please. tt Fresh Meats.

age,' sitting back pf the Kentucky State Bank of Kissimmee, t J a

building each propped up behind a : -: Kissimttiee Fla. Deliuery\ Eveny Day at any Hour- Patronage Solicited.
cigarette.. We know L
pf soote dealers : .
ailsala .
Kissimmee Drug Co. ".Aartklrfk,6rtl.seafleaaaelaea tkket.eaaeailu6u8uOerAr
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who.positively decline to violate the :
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law In this respect, but these voung + PAID UP CAPITAL C ftO 000 00 - '-"--

,rapscallion! are being supplied\ by : Ktsslmmee, Fla. STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY . . BO OOO 00

mor.l.n'somebody:.,' to their great physical, yeooooooooooooooooooeoeFOR DEPOSITORS- ---., SECURITY.- -. ..- 100-000- 00 WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST-
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11 l land News.Similar Prompt asid Careful Attention giver: to a'* matter en- h
SALE CHEAP trttated.to 1Ia. txchaages good. at all polnta at cheapest: 1 +
sights1 ma v be witnessed almost rates WHISKEY, WINES AND BEER.

any day In Ktislmmee, and YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
though we published the law in full IF SOLD QUICK 1'! I ,

'f. aome weeks ago, we have not yet

beard of a single arreit. Tbe e bon The hotel, ''T le Inn." I WHITE ROSE SALOON.
obtain their cigarettes from somebody
I The Van Duzor
tl In some way and the sboner the offlcert corner. BARGAINS IN

find out. from who, and how, the; The Okechobee House. _

sooner, .theviolatlon( be I. H.
can stopped.A The.Waring cottage. NETTLES! & CO. ,

Glimpse at the Duckhobors.. The old Makinson corner. 'Summer Goods !
'hone :1.ee:
y,: "".ODe of the most interesting bodies Two cottages and one Jot on "Orlando: : Z'la. I
Y I ol people on this continent
are tty the O'Neal Addition. 1 I
Dnckbobore," says a. ''wrMr( In t.ha MALSBY
l ; 'October Issue of the New Idea Orange grove, horse, wagon and MACHINERY COMPANY

Woman's >lagaxlne. She continues harness Cow and bull calf. UAOK00NVIUL.BI "LA.
thus: "Interesting not alone becauseof Dry Goods, Clothing, 'Shoes Lag IHataac Ph.a. '74. 22 Oc... ntret.- )b

their peculiar religloua- beliefs, bu. The property of Harrv W. Thur- t

?, '[oeeause they are a people who haveaaoceedec'1 man. Apply to the owner or J, M. and Notions. and Portable noiler and; Sawmills Stationery; WoodworlcJnir Engines- t I

for six years In conducting Machinery and : upplle*. Com
Willson Jr. w
Kiesimmee Fla.
large nodal plete line
r community with comparatively carried In .tobk. Liberal 6".
'7 uJfM4 little friction, and mate Term easy, part may remain one terms WrIte fop catalogue.
State
Sal gain tq .themselves. agents for tbe Old. 0.. ad ;5
They mortgage. Oa oli.
II. oMACHINERY Eaglses .
C. STANFORD !
to Canada from Rosstla penniless' COMPANY f

f+ but today own land, stock, and the --- --' .. - -
;", latest and most approved' agriculture:
-WE ARE AGENTS FOR- !
l.spllm.ntawhil.: all business is con t

ducted on a community basle.*' The International l: Harvester Co.
\ .. -"v R. L. HXRRIS, M. D. J. 8. MC IWAJf..
't, I,' many photographs which.;;accompany
,V the, article attest to the'"primitive Gasoline:, Engines. HARRIS'' SANITORIUM.ORLANDO ROLLINS COLLEGE ,k

,;; .bi>pjiclty:.of, t.bej'Donkbobor life. .
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< Their amooesa is based on their mas' The Bestoh! the Market.. We FLA ,<.
:very of many practical t..del.. well : .
will make you close prices on Engines WINTER PARK. '
''Ia8 tbelr.. abllltr to withstand the and In A Private Institution built and equipped wit.h",'all modern 'on are looking for cliu I FLORIDA.
< Pumps, .running order II' a FMt
jgreteat hardships.' The Intense D.t1tU'lon .
re.llgeou ; dellQbtfully' of
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for tocated da. Learotngeuyof'
and the care' and treatmentof
your conveniences Surgical/work ,, , sell
on
;; ardor, of; these people has farm. 'the slck.i' ' Art College !d the place u malntalnt B and thoroughly ,eqnlpyed BolllM ..,
L ' .ar cted their mod or.llta.>.In ,nany Expression, ModeI'D' Loguages If Grade College,Academy Mu.1c.

1 f* curious ways, which will. be''ct, Il'I'8at' W.'L. Ian Duzor & Co. 7ertiui'Reasoisabte..: . ," Write' ,for'Particulars- I tel'Boal'dlD sports facilities For food and .,. IfQbt Bnsiness. FiDe and Stenography \JOur...., ;w.v fi'
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:jlsslmmee G ,. ll. C. (Stanford Co. day Sept. 9th. until 0 p. m. extended reformatory movements t'

--- KISSIMMER Dnca COMPANY. For,Sale or Rent.-Slx room cot. : throughout our land Then why'',not
The Ladles Home Journal Patternsdo
t TIELEPHNE'N 11.f Spring Fleming wishes to announceto tage. Apply to Mrs. C. V. Bearden. not. waste material, at.IJann's. Prof. Evans Urges all Patron to : see that our children have the benefitof ,

) hU patrons that he has returned to Mr. O. C. McLean went down 'lo3artow Send Children the First Day\ thdbest conditions we can make for

BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY' Kissimmee and is ready to receive Wednesday. Rev. C. C. Cecil wl11.not.rrlve' In .Editor Valley-Gazette: them in our town 'I wish to thank

pressing time to occupy the pulpit at the Will please state in YOU for tbe opportunity. give ofarousing '
T-BT- orders for dyeing Cleaning, Nine applicants. for teacher's clr- you your paper Tpu
Methodist church* anounced. The ;that the Osceola Graded and nighSchool publlo thought upon this-
J HARRI. etc. : ,
j w. B. tlficates are taking. the examinationat s
-= pastor Rev. W.A,Myers,, will -preachas will open for the fall 'term matter, and for your 'uniform interestIn

: Remnant sale for each onlY, at the Court House this week usual. II next Monday'morning. Sept 9th, at all that relates to the public good.'ANOTHItR .
WEATHER BEPORT.Lrarwr Monday Aug./ 12.
[
OFFICIAL ICatz's beginning
:r .
,
8:30 o'clock? All)
. t..tnp.r.tut for w..k .ncJl... Tkur.e .- New Idea Patterns. 10 cents. at II. Hunt a,cool l, shady place and start : pat.ronl.al'l urgedto
3' .. ,pt.n ber,b 1907. Mrs. Franklin Sheen and three C. Stanford Co. 1 your fall vegetable garden. If you send their children promptly on the She Found ReliefIf

rr children, of West Palm Beach, are Mr. Harry Livingston of Atlanta, are in doubt as to what varieties. to first day, that there may be no delayin you are troubled with liver com v

..; a7e here on a visit to the families of Mrs. is reading law In the office of Moon & plant, write us.and we will try to help cla.sifyingthem, and that actual. plaint and have .not ,received ''help +

'', - - Sheen's brothers, ''Ct. W. and J. C.. :. Oliver. ;you. We are farmers ourselves. school work may begin at the earliest read this. II.... Mary' :Hammond?, ,

: Griffin. t KENNEHLY SEED STORE, possible moment. Moody, Texas, "I was In poor. ,
.1'M Cash Remnant Sale, beginning Prospects are bright for one of the y..
77n Palatka, Fla. health-with liver t.roublfqr over,;a.
11 &y .M tn '14Itl .4) For Sale at a Bargain.. -One six Monday August 12th, at KATZ'S.. best years In the history of the school. year Doctors did me no rood' andt r

14 room cottage and four vacant lots In Mr. and Mrs. Ell 0. Morgan, left If all parents will make special efforts
...dpr ,... Ii 7er.dar North Klsslmmee. J. W. SEVMOOR. The Rev. David D. Kldd will hold I tried Heroine?, ,and three bottles [
Cow '
7eJ Wednesday for their home at to have their children in school everyday '
.
II much for a
( services in the Episcopal church on : cured me. I cant say too
Creek after spending several days during the term, they will not
"
Ladles Shirt Waists at a big reduction Sunday next. Mori lng service at Herblne, as it it a wonderful .liver ,
herewith their, daughter, Mias Emma lessen the burdens of the teachers ,
only '
DanD'I.For the
at medicine. I always hay it in
10:30, evening service at 4 o'clock.A S.arv'" sybone.
Morgan, whose marriage they came but will awaken enthusiasm for the ... Publish Where you wish."' I*

t''T"I Rent Sebtember 1-The house useful present with every purchase up to attend Mr. Morgan reports school among the entire student body Sold by1' Roberson'a Pharmacy.

LOCAL HELD. formerly occupied by Dr. W. L. Winn from five cents up, st.thn) Cash his large grapefruit and orange groveat 'Yours very truly, '

: in South Klsslmnieet',' Apply to J. P. Store. F. H. LAWSON. Cow Creek la fine condition, but R. M. EVANS I Pretty, Home Wedtli l.

J Fox, 400 Tyler Street: Tampa, Fla., Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Bruce and says be will hare scarcely a. half crop Principal, Osceola High School i I'' A large number of frierid.of the contracting .'

or this office. :32-tf Miss Margaret Rodgers will hold the this year, attributable\ to the severe parties assembled at the homeof

Moniac Ga. usual service in the Alliance Hall drouth last winter and spring. The "Cow Nuisance" Alain the bride last Tuesday at 8:30: p..m.,
of
Miss Llllle Parker ,
I- Tuner, Orlando. ,
tbe .
VljAde, came down to attend. the marriage of next Tuesday.evening'at 7:30f: ( o'clock. See those Matchless American Editor Gazette: when the solemn rites were performedby -

(All figured lawns at eontat K 'J'Z'a.' her cOusin, Miss Emma Morgan to FOR HENT-TWO eotf'ages in O'Neal Beauty Corsets af H. C. Stanford. Co. hope the generous 'bearing 'you: Rev W. A. Myers, which joined' :

coloro : atC. Judge Fred Fee, of Fort Pierce, which & 'Osborne addition-one five-room We pleased to report that 1ft.tleGeorjE' have accorded to writers on the "cat- together. Judge Fred Fee;: of ''",
velvet Ribbon ire Emma
All narrow and one three-room. Apply toW. Pierce and Miss Morgan of
tie nuisance" Is still extended to thoseinterested
occurred Tuesday evening last. Aderbold,Ion of Col. J.. W.
..Stanford Co. L. VAN DCZOB & Co.. matrl-'
this city in the holy bonds of .
In the general od of our
.... Aderhold who was taken with a ,
[Bring 5 cents and:,get'a: :', postcardIblet Queen, Quality'Shoes. all' ,.'styles: at Mr. W. M. Williams\ of Asbtoq, slrlous\ affection of the head while the town, and the best, conditions attainable mono\, '
H. C.,; Stanford Co. :..;.\ i', was called to Jasper l last Saturdayby The beautiful ring ceremony; was .
at the.Cash,BargalmStore'gt l /I; ;i ie if "S. ' .. ':, i in family were in Jacksonville this summer for its citizens. I have been ,. .
u tbe attendants being Mr. Will
used .
# sif' 8: .We make a epeclatty' of,our Best a telegram announcing/ the deathof is DO' rApidly improving andthought much Interested In the subject under . '
''
.... mo tjx>mp] tline'; of"schoolIpplles : 'a"tbe Seed\ and all users'praise them '.\ his. father-in-law.,', ' to be on the road to' complete discussion, and have endeavored to Fee and Miss Llllle Parker of Monlao
' handled i.'a well known
we have ever KEMNKR&Y,SEED. SxortE Florsheim's K Patent Oxfords are Col. Aderbold that ascertain, as far as possible, on Ga. The groom '

sh Bargain Htore. Palatka, Fla.MI the correct thing as to style. comfort, recovery while in JackaonUJe'he' was says>under which side the weight of public opinion citizen,of St. Lade county, filling tbeposition '

etc. Found .at II. C. Stanford Co. thing! if of county judge while the.
? quick, *t the. treatment of five different physicians lay and I preponderanceof
oome
White shoes at cost figured lawns at coot at KATZ'S. onlY. of bride is onset the most popular. ,ofKIIImmee'l ,
ann's. none of whom seemed to do him snetlment .agsiost'the'rangmg '
Mr. Will Fee, of Fort Pierce. rime )Ir. Walsy Simmons, who has been but his arrival home mixed cattle upon our streets 'has,,'its young ladles.
walk in the hot sun by any good; on
San a loner over with his brother, Judge Fee, to in charge of Mr. Haylow's orange! turned. to Dr.RiveI'll. 'Just weight with our honorable boardof The home' .was tastefully adorned
Bargain Store the case was over
Doping at the Cash attend the marriage of the latter to grove for some time has realigned his thepatient councilmen, the matter :will soon with flowers for the occasion, and 1
under
Ll (et your Dry Goods and Not.loDhA Miss Emma Morgan, whlcl occurred position and moved bill family. to ,bas t.eadlly1mproved.whose treatment be adjusted to the.satfefaction'of. the after the ceremony''' ocUclous". refreshmenti :'

l ( beautiful line of White h1rt.alst.l last Tuesday evening. Fort Meade this week.. public, and especially to the. fair ladies ; were served. .f/t

at H. C. Stanford Co. who seem \o prefer,dusty shoes Tbcf happy couple 'were recipients) i,
Smoke West Havana, the be6c ) Null bDd Shoes
Key ou Dry Coons I and '
of at.'
, number useful
License Regulations.\ of
i cigar: on the market.. Notions Hardware, Graniteware, : and skirts resulting. from high grassIf quite
Capt.. B. F. Hall, bf Fort, Mjert tractive wedding presents from rthe.lr yl
Tinware Glassware in fact almost Tax Collector Bandy has received that be'the only alternative ,
as in town Monday greeting\. his R. D. Holmes of Fort Drum, is everything at the CashStore and geta commonly friends with wishes for a'flappy''' and ,
from the State' Comptroller the following the defilement, they are now ; '
-
friends building a residence and store hou'ieat present with each purchase. wedded life... ..
ay prosperous
( F. H. LAWSON.Mr. letter of instructions. In regardto subjected to. As to the attractionour t
and to move his left- the'mla.
Basinger expects bridal couple on
Yi (Fine line of watches' \ at the. Klsslin- the new license law: beautiful streets: grassy streets .The
1 ,
''j i Drug Co. family to that place 'and open up' a Robt. Watson arrived In town would have for tourists were 'they in I night train for,,Norfolk, where'they
antI I mercantile business about Oct.. 1st. I Sunday night and stopped over here : Tallahassee Fla., Aug. 20th, 1907. there 'will visit the exposition, after. which
6 10at a condition to be enjoyed can
[Great bargains on our a few days en route to his home at To. the Several Tax Collectors of the t.be7'wl1l go to Washington and other
to M. but the contrast" to
Bring a nickel .and Dwellings, for rent apply be no question;
counters. Tiller. Miami from au outing In the mountains State of Florida: those coming from localities where points. The Valley Gazette Joins)

i what It will do.CASK. of North Carolina. GeDt.lemen-Tbe Guide to theli. with their many friends 'in extending
I I : is certainly not
BARGAIN STORK. Col. p. A; Vans Agnew and Hon. cleanliness prevails,
Arthur E. Jonlgan went' up to Or. New barber shop at Patrick's: old cense law la only intended a. an conducive to pleasant impse.sions.This hearty congratulation's. .

[White Star Ddrl-R.S. Floyd. stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist index to the law and in every case will be evidenced by the 'fallow ,f
lando to Mr. A. E. suitable for, purrposes
Tuesday see Old many
. '' Co. conversant. with all the latest fads In the Tax Collector should examine the papers
Drought, who is now 'in the Church barbering tf lug instances which among ,others, for sale at this office,' at 20.cent*
OFreih stock garden and flower seed Home and Hospital in that city. law before deciding what; amount of have come to ".y knowledge.: A gentleman a hundred
Co. Six room house and two lots in license tax to collect. :
I the Klsslmmee .Urup They report his condition unimproved, who bad visited Klsslmmes ,
'
Mrs. H. C, Stanford and children and It is.feared that be will not re good location. House insured for The act of 1907,Chapter 5691 of theLaws and was returning, was aroused from John N. c..StcdtotiMayRua: .

returned home from Waynesrllle cover. three years for nSO.OO. Price 9800.00 j of Florida, is a revision of the I a doling condition by a fellow passenger the-
Stockton
nave Will John N.:C. enter -
.
where they spent they Two good building lots splendid lreDeralllceD8. law of 1903, Chapter ,. and asked what town they '
N. C.,
The United States dredgeboat Klsslmmee location..' 1'rice400. For' particulars 5105 of the Laws of Florida, and airy were approaching. Thus awakenedthe race for Governor?'
y ummel' Capt. Will Knight, left WednlldallDOrDIDI' at this office. the This is question that Is now Interesting
apply
provisions in the act of 1903 is repealed sleeper sat up sod snuffling
I the new barber shop. Every for Southport to resume the political leaders throughoutthe
Try
the act of 1907. Specialacts said, "This U Klsslmroee; I
by air,
hlng new and up-to-date.. Sharp r. work on the improvement of the :Miss Haute Itlake resigned her State and several 'n.wapapeM
of the Legislature fixing license smell it." Againone of our rest
1'1. clean towels, drs&-class, service. Klssimmee River Route. A .new position as stenographer for Supervisor he in Florida last week stated that Mr.,' ; 5
where
when not in asked
Hon. C. A. Carson and family arhad boiler has been recently Installed and Williams and left last week for taxes in particular cases dens while away was Stockton would probably run,. .
"V
conflict with the act of 1907, are In lived. An acquaintance Handing by, '
Godwin N. C., to which place herparents reporter ,met Mr*
home Wednesday morning the machinery. the d l'e'o"er. "He A Metropolis
force and licenses should be collected wbo knew our town, replied "' '
m their summer. outing'st W.n.. hauled and put In good ..hope.ELOCUTIONInstruoylons recently moved from Green of Cow. Stockton yesterday afternoon. and < '
.naler. In tbe - corner
Fie
me, N. C. Cove Springs. Miss Blake made lives asked him about.the matter, and ,Mr. ,;
given In issued under the law is pen." This illustrates the impressionour
Each license
many friends while here, who regrettod Stockton said:"
j'PatroolJt8 home industry by getting elocution, oratory,.dramatic' ,reading, I very much to see her leave. limited to the particular business, truly objectionable streets make "The letters and .onah"iollalta.
pr
the home Tao.r *
lour bottled soda from character and artUtlo. posing' Surely with our,fineclimate
StJeclalat.t.ent.loa
which strangers. 1'
occupation for upon
and orders profession or tions of friends urging' roe to make I 4
r Dry. Call up 126 your All summer dress goods except "
rill be properly filled. ; given to the:technique white and ,solid colored lawns, reduced it is taken out, L e., a licence to sell and the natural advantagesof tbe race is more gratifying' than, tile

11t.t. J.-A. LANCABTBB.! of voice expression. My many years in price at KATZ'S., napha will not permlV the sale of our town. It would be made a far I holding of any position could ,be.,
of teaching enables to Insure for tourists if
me
card
Straw hats at and belpw. cost., alPanns. advancement and finish ))1'. J.. M. Wlllson, Jr., returned lubricating 'or illuminating oils; a stronger drawing I Leaders who have heretofore opposedmy ;
rapid a not interested ourselves In removing ,
home Saturday after 'an- absence of license a* green grocer and dealer we political principles hare given me :
attainable under teachers Of less the I "
experience. three months,' which he in in fresh fruits and D)1"-wlll; not undesirable conditions, keeping and eev.'s'
their
f tried ..Jec\.t.ock of spent assurances: of support ,
Have you our .. Primary and advanced pupils and forwarding' other i
'II not, Kentucky and New York: Mr. Will- authorize sale of other articles, streets clean oral have pled< Lettnos ,
Ig Boston you solicited.-MRS;A. O. WJUQHT. r g8Min..MaymePraiherfand attractions.. I have referred to the i
,
has not been idle' while cured bam, bacon, salt ash,
son such
whet 'ba,. m1 .ecJ.I" away, as for me If I become a candle,
a's know you of the
side- 1
send for some at.o.oe.KsNNTELT .: ; 'Fannie! but has been doing, :.missionary''work eta for which a merchant' license Is octal and commercial its, date. My-friends' all over'Florida, t''
Templeton of Clinton,.8. C. arrived for Florida in merchant will question, but would not overlook
: r BKEDSTORX: , general and for required, ajloense as are insisting oh my candidacy,: and I
last, and 'have been Osceola 'county thereof ethical side as presented in a formei'.rtlclewblnb'mUl'
Palatka; Xla. Saturday theguests in particular. He not authorize the handler A to am glvlnff'M&LBAtter very' .serious

of Mr. and Mrs. C,.JE.,'Franklin thinks. be succeeded In 'interesting. ell any article for which a,, special) : smrely appeal to. consideration r r

I Mr..Carl 'Elm""", the _ganlal War this .week.. These young ladles several parties In _this section j wbo license la required without p.Jlolrhe all thinking: people. Tb.sigbte that llilsaElsie pHCsof.Arcadia.,

Tueey have been toNieach the will down are common oa our streets cannot but .
ossee merchant was In town appointed oome Investigate furtherthe amount of such tax. vlKHfe'Ttwiand Mrs.,
schools Nareoossee and Billiard's' coming be demoralizing. to our youths., 'That who has been ?
and went up to Orlando-"theon at winter. Mrs. Wlllson Is Yours very truly; I
I family nkt'M4'bOZD4" '
after both which will : .1 still In New: environment a leading factor In educational , J.11'. O'Berry 'sod' \
train, returning on, the I Island, of open York, where she;will remain ,', .. 'ow. A.OCJIOOM'- '. Dow recognised Wednesday, 'vt>' ".\\t. '
(or some weeks :yet.,, Comptroller.. Influence Ja; I ,
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''" -. f PARADElabor HEARST AS ORATOR .., WALTZ ME AROUND, AGAIN WILLIE.." .


Illlltlllllllllsfae RIOT STOPS: t ,.: I

MOTHERHOOD' 1llh l ; Of Labor, Day Celebration at Jamestown I

i fl hIU! tlt, Exposition :Deprecates Class dc

\ITh* 'first requisite of ;; good 1 Day Celebration in
4+ 'mother \Ia good health and the experience f r Hatred-,Attacks,"Corruption.

of maternity abould not be itf; l 'fr sco Was Strenuous. -

\\I approached without careful physical William TCaodelph Hearst delivered:
preparation sut. a woman who 1* In Ihl al I
I the Labor .address at the Jamestown
rood-physical oondltlon tran.mlta to ;va ; Day

her constitution.children.the blessing of a food !,_ s' -uuC GUN PLAY WAS. IN'IJRDER exposition''"lt1 Dday. In pl ,rt, Mr.

Preparation for healthy maternity itearet'said: .

U accomplished Vegetable by Compound Lydia K.Pinkham'a. Union rarader.Attack Non-Unlon "Labor Day should rank with ,the c

which to made. from native roots and Street Car Men BecauM Latter Fourth of July as w, characteristic

horbs. more .ucceufullyl.han. by any :
American holiday The Fourth of July
"other medicine because fire tone Broke) ,Line. of. March. -Several ,

and strength to the entire feminine a e People Were Wounded. commemorates the means by; : which we
or...a-nUni. curing displacements, ulMRS ,
JAMES C ESTER our
ceratlon and inflammation and they gained independence asa, nation

result U lea uffrtng and more children healthy at birth. For more Several men were wounded, one and Labor Day commemorate! the

+ 1 than thirty years fatally during a ''riot .which .
probably ,
means by which we have made our nation .v.
i Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ocCurre.1llondlY'afternoon at the Mar l e. 'i
too mojt Powerful, the most progressive

ha been the standby of American mothers In"preprtn for childbirth. ket street'ferry landing In San FranCisco the moat prosperous of any
,
Not*wh&tMrs J.me.Che.ter.of 427 W. SSth St.., New York says In this .
letter:-Dear Wr*.Ptnkham-wish every expectant mother knew about Tha; riot was precipitated b)' au at. lu I lie world. In this country labor Is

I Lydla E. Plnklmm' Vegetable Compound. A neighbor. who had learned tack on a noa-unlon inspector of the universal and universally\ honored and.
' \ I
of It. great value at this tryingperiod of a woman's life urged me to try {
I \\sP'' it and I did *o>, and I cannot *av, enough In reirard to the (rood it did me. United railways and was ParticipatedIn 'appreciated. In this country: there Is

., ,I reoo.oredqulckl1' and a'lll.iotbe best of health DOW" by mote than a thoujand people. no working class! but every nriu worthy ,

..t'. Lydia E. Plnkham Vegetable Compound is certainly a successful The parade\ of the labor unions affiliated , of the name is a working man. '
t remedy fur the peculiar weakneues and ailments of women. :
It hacured almost every form of Female Complaint, lr311'.rIDQ'Renlla.. with the building trades' council In Ibis ,country the mechanics work, r .. +
r i'
,, done, Weak Back Falling and Displacements; inflammation Clceraiona bad Just been dIsmissed at the the farmers work, 'the clerM, work and i ,

t 1.:. Childbirth( and Organic and durlpg-Diseases the Change of Women of Life.and is. invaluable in preparing corner of Main and Mission streets the millionaires work.'\\'o,ijavo no lirlatociacy . .tLTe

and a large crowd waj waiting' at the and .
'ct pave that of Intelligence
Women
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to
ferry ti> go across the. bey 'to Shell
I Industry and tho title ofour M.CceuBful -
1',' "Women suffering' from any form of female weakness are, invited to V
,t.. write Mrs Pinlcham, at Lynn, Mas Her advice is f-ce.: Mound: park, where exercises have millionaire is In the plan oC I 7'C7f; 1 t. j',

been part of the day's program for I Industry \ I : V

some jears. "1 have no patience with the piejudlces "
: f ; When there isn't anything else It la believed\ the running! of a streetcar which exist between alUged I \VeeV: a cleverest' cuilooii;. by l MVICMI.CV, ill the New Voile 1Volld. 111

,} tl sta v'r w 'Ot1f--'lUt! a woman her shoes hurt. clone tp the people caused an attack classes when the clajjes, themselvesdo '

. r.oEsrocn HACK ACllE1 I. to be made upon) Inspector! L. V' not .:'really exist I
: oak SEEK FINAL TEST OF THE BOYCOTT IN BIO LAWSUITAction \
for the
, : Hall, who:was darting the cars "There is no reason for liobtlllty! .
I' evlenco' of 'One Who ..
I'
the
Profit liy Vnltel; KallTvajs. Fearing the rasa of between employer and employee, be.

'.5' 1-.a klltoMt Oo lies Found 'Relief. the angry crowd Conductor James tween capitalist and wnge-eaiuer' art.!' i

'.'j" .'! aaPllW.ea.ad.eadnluoNf all otr you t James R. Keeler., retired farmer, Walking and Motorman F J. Duraon musts use the accumulaUon-of wealth Begun at 'Washington Against the AmericanL .

Tr7 of Fanner St.. Cazenovia.= N. Y., says: drew thel "volvera'lmd fired Into the which employed and employer create Federation. of Labor.Manufacturers .

1' "About fifteen years ago I suffered mob. This Infuriated the mob Irlll more but tho dlvUUm.
together Wages are I
1 k. ICKS'. with my back and -- .
illuJO :
sad the fighting soon extended along .
UOCTDO MiMEd kidneys. I doctoredand of profits Itoth employed and emploje f-Ji
rrs used many remedies Market street' from the feny to the I are entitled 'to their shs-re of Would Stop Use of the Unfair end the
t ((/ 1> ..... all all". H lOG of Sanscme and Sutler streets
"
fltt.-.. .... pt oS t...dI.MI7. without get- junction the profits, and as long as the divisions We Don Patronize" Lists. .
t tit "If'r B.ftal.r IIi'... >>o aa4 .... ting relief Beginning -a distance of several blocks., It was are just and equitable there is '
,, .
ti All l rau1 :'j,. with Doan's; Kidney some time before the Police restored no occasion for conflict If the division a at

"'81 A girl with pretty teeth dill, laugh Pills, I found relief order. tot always, be madeso / ( Vnlon. ]Nolu
It can
from the first box, is just legal action wan begun In the Supreme ::. of St. lx>iil*. In I the employ of the 1
at old Joke; A block further an Inspector wasattacked
: any ,
I 'aiid two boxes re- up by arbitration, and there Is at ill Court of the 1 nistrirt of Columbia by stove company, struck In a body and

{ Mr.Window Soothing Syrup for Children stored me to good by the mob 'lie was struckIn no occasion for conflict. A condition .I lames \\', Van Cleave president of without notice to the company) which

te.tWng.ottemthegumalsdnoesinaammam tha face, and ran. from hU assailants hatred such has developed the National" Association of Mauu- action is siiid to have been in violation -
condition. of clrss ad
tton I,*OUya pAncurea wind colic,:aaca bottle j sound My wife and many followed him to tile corner f act in'eis, to enjoin Samuel Com I IK-IB.; of nil ugreoiuent: between tho In- '
of my friends have used Doan's Kidney They In Colorado, Is a curse to thU t coiutry John Mitchell! und the other offlc<*r* ternntlonal' ITnion of Metal Polishers ,
Only\ a woman li capable of transforming -Pills with good results and I can of Slitter and Montgomery streets, There should be no prejudice: entertained and tho L'.000.000 members ot the and the Store Koundei Xatlonal Defense -

a, yawn into a smile. earnestly recommend them." where 'they overtook him. He quickly by the capitalist toward the la American Federation of Labor and Aanoeintlon, of which the x'

Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. fired and shot one of: the men through should be no prejudiceby several of Its subsidiary organizations Buck company is a member under
Fertilizer for Wheat Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y.. borer and there > from lining the l boycott and eo" which all differences<< nine for four-
I. some part of the farmer are the gr lu. Six others were hurt The the laborer toward the capitalist' called "unfair! lint" Van Cleave teen jour. been BiicrCBsfiilly I I adjustedby J

,giving up wheat P'O..inl.. Many of them Many a man's good intentions are police and tire departments sent a There should be an aprreolatlou of the starts the suit on behalf of a large n confe: ence conullUpu."I .
think: it uselas to try and omipete with
due to the headache next morning. force of police and firemen to the In the manufacturing .company In SI Louis +'
> richer soils of the' West. ; essential part which each plans II'* SI. Louis I'lilon
Many rerea of which he ia'ptPBldeut, It having
2 : that; wheat growing i i. profitable scene. digs
onlyr creation of wealth. The man who been declared "unfair"' It Is said, On I the
on new and rich soil. Mr. C; R. POST CARDS. HO failure of the strike the In. t
MrKrnxtt?of Wentlitjd. New Bnuiiwick.indertook Twelve sent for 10 eta. Wholesale prloe The union men whowere In the the precious metal from the earth U by the labor unions, but the significance leinallonal Union of Metal Polishers r

4 4 to era if by the use of chemicalfrriUficori also quoted. OEO. )i. HP AUKS, Macon, Oa parade thought that they had the rightof worth his wage The man who tells of the action Ups! In ito being/ a declared a boycott against the Duck
pt'le.db Western cram field: him where to find the '
Called head of the )Manufacture! Association the company's name lu its "unfair"
lie selected a of dark loam, alight-; What She Him. end when the United Railway 1.
{ 4 piece to
the profit, too. seekn permanently! enjoin organized list and puhllahed It In the union paper
If.gravellf sod which had had no fer1ihaer The discussion was otter properpronunciation
e
for1 'lea' years It had been in gr..., rod of the word "chauffeur.' attempted to break through the procession "The great financial promoters, organisations labor from using! : the "un The local union Iso." 13, also
: farmer can readily. understand it. poor ? ,_there was rtouble. What had executives of America ore fair" or "we don't patronize" lists In joined In the boycott and gained Its
Sons and the
Fy condition for gram. In order to lent the They were all Native parade to a : Its fight against firms and Indltldtials indorsement by the Central Trades
.oil, Mr :Mckenzie used nothmn on -onepart argument waa entirely friendly. been an orderly turned\ worthy of recognition and award. They The" paper "'f'rn oil hero In and Labor Union, of St. Louis, and

t of tbe held On another part he used "It's '.bow-ftr,' declared one." riot. The labor union men forgot that work aa; hard an any of us, and their order that personal service might be the Metal Tia
If Thorns and and lutrate Phosphate of soda to to supply supply phosphoric nitrogen. ",ever,". Instsfed another. ; "It's the procession stood for law and order work Is absolutely necesaary" Jg the immediately obtained against: a large; Ixiulsr. both subordinate unions of thuAinetlcan
r On the chaw-fur." offending street car men number of the labor louder named In Federation.
another part fan u ed phosphateand find the of the riches out of
full production complaint who are in Washington. November:-'; 1906 at the annual
the nitrate sBd in lrliuon.. muriate "Not much" Interposed a third; "it's attacked. These t r
a' at potash. .The object of this ....11. to *ee were violently men which are paid here In America tV The bill asks foi a permanent Injunction contention of the American Federation '
which clement ..wa* the key to a wheat chef fear. whoewbo are known .as "."scabs" and"strlkebreake1'8" In the world Let them avaiiiKt Samuel Gompers tn Minneapolis, the products of 4e
highest wages
'trop.on that soil. "Ah, interrupted another "here and Frank Moil'( of Washington the
by the unionists, were "th.it wealthas sou, ; company were placed on the "we-
Potash ave tho yieU: The newer was comes Bruce Cornwall. He's a prominent han a liberal share of John V' Lennon, of Uloomlngton don't-palronlze" list of the federation

;, _...
'f 1'10' \.111...In'or 1 over uo and all that; and besides, he runs a any risk, and opened fire after they stimulates them to useful cctUltj Let Mass.; John Mitchell of Indianapolis this Hit In the American 1-Vderatlon-

p.r acre IwtllUcrA machine so he'll know. ... had been assailed. have wealth as long as It ishonesty ; James O'Conuell, of Washington: i 1st In-the June, and July. 1007, issues
y I oI FftrC.I1IIIo.IIM.h om&Pbaaptau 10 bu. ,, ot'the' : ' ,;:" .,,,t' :' ; ;,,; 'then 'Max Morris of ,, Den'eq Denis A, ,The complaint aeta'forth ,that by
A fclk .n< i. "Sb, cautioned one group.; ". J.--. ''"t .through' entel'j.tllea'tbl11 *
.. ... > acquired \ .
I .1. Mltrstt' of Nnd. { ." Hayes, of 1'hUadelnhla; Daniel J.Keftfp reason of tho federation's great membership d
Oil. Ibi TlMimas. Pkwinhsw. "Bruce bas only been married a.few 'TROUBLE IN'LOUISVILLE.. {; :. whole1''country, Thrlche .. ot Dettoltl William\ D, Huber
I IIM Ibc tiaras of....", .1 40 bu. III 1 bu, .,benefit the;; and wide dUtrlbutloti and! Us
The'natural !soil gave only 10 bushels. please him most would be to ask him' arrival of ''the' police:'would' extravagance andt'xury of Cincinnati all of, the American organization, the placing of the e.
Tile pliotphdv and the nitrate (brought. how Mitf.: Cornwall pronounces. 'chef. are seldom spent In federation of Labor: also II. L.. company': products on Its "we-don't-
}, the Yield to U bimliel. but when the fear.'" have assumed formidable proportions, uppn themselves! but are put ThUton, C. O. UiiekliiRton. H. C. palronlze" list injured greatly tileompiainant'li
)> Ush. ow.. added, there wss nil iuclwmc l resulted in the injury of four nonunion
more Poppe, A. .J. Cooper and E. L. Illckninu. business
"t yield of 10 busheU per ncr*.' It is evident "Hello Druce, Old man! Glad to see Into new Industries to produce
bat; tine inereus wan. directly due to the you. Accept my congratulations! Say, street car employees In Louis wealth and give employment\ more an individuals and as ofHoern of -

|H>tui; and when we. compare the cost at by the way, what does your wife call ville. Ky., late Monday afternoon. The tbe Electrotype. Molders. and Finish- LABOR TO FIGHT. I
the poliuli with the received for 10htuliel men. ers' Union No. 17 and members of
*. of wheat we price nee that few oilier the fellow that drives her auto?' trouble which occurred at First and "And now, my friends. In the crea- the International Storoonpers andEll'ctrot'I'f'rS' -

r t farm investment could have paid... well, "Well," and Cornwall crimsoned, Main streets, was started ba wo- the equitable distribution Union The c'&m- '
Ion of wealth and Compel Say Manufacturers Sought
CoBuder the price of wheat and straw onw we're all Native Sons together and 1 plalnant is the Ducks Stove and
i .i Kaalern farm and it f ji plain that noWestern don't mind telling you. She calls him man. The labor day parade had just of wealth, 'not only\ U cooperation \, Range Company, of St. Louis. to Delay Criminal Action. ... '
: wheat field can compare sere for broken up and the participants were organlzaU-; Is r
learie San Francisco Chronicle necessary, but .Washington D. C. ThtMujuncUonproceeding
ere with mich a VMU n* 40 hiuhels. The Alleges a 'on..plrac'! -"
main reason. why. MOWS Kastern farmer swarming on the cars for the \park .eceasary. Labor unions are" valuablenot brought In the Supreme

say that what Will not{ tau la became the when the woman refuses to ride on a members but The plaintiff asks that the defend- Court of the District of Columbia
their own
a' r tuel: the wrong kind nt fertihmr. They YOU CANT"LOSE IT. car operated by non-union men, and only to anta be enjoined on nine special! against the officers of the American
IIK K erell.of nitrogen a peck of phew "it 10 the wole community Farmers' uuons Federation of
said the optimist Labor by the NationalManufacture
c "Of course |K>lnts, first alleging a conspiracy unlawfully -
phone acid and a >mch of Pats.o: jeered at the unionists for doing so, '
', wonder their yield is| Mr. M.Kn- a man gets Into the'' habit of hunting are valuable not only to their own to injure im' bti inei!. It Is Association will .be
poor
!t IIi.',. orpenment shows, whv The wheat trouble he's sure to find U." urging them to pull the scabs vtt. Her members but the whole community asked that the unions be enjoined answered by a conspiracy suit from' 4'the

crop temTifU .nolaiih, It the'.011 will r.otsupply "Yes," replied the pessimist, "and words Inflamed the crowd Immediately, lawabidrngorganisations .from r.arn'lnJ.llll a conspiracy to re- labor organitatlon. against the
the fertilizer. do And houejl, ..Manufacturer Asnociatlon The
it must e.t strain and destroy the business! of authority
if he's BO lazy that be always tries an the street car men have alreadyvoted to their
i of capital are valuable not only the plaintiff; from agreeing or , to avoid It It will find him. So what' to go on.strike. .Four cars own stockholder, but to the whole to Interfere with its businessor Samuel Gompers, of the American

A A Franklin Relic. ,the difference "-Exchange. operated by nonunion crews were that of any other person arm or Federation of Labor, who said j'
.
f1, People of all "persuasions," .aya FEET OUT smashed nnd Motorman Whitehouse community."The combinationsof corporation, or from boycotting or that be was authorized! to instruct the ;ru
the London Chronicle, will regret to In. effectiveness of attempting to boycott or threateningto attorneys of his organization to prepare
bear that the c.14 Sardinian Chapel She Had Curlou Habits. and Conductor Frlelly were badl capital Is seen In their enormous boycott the plaintiff or the plain the I papers> in the actlofl.- V

r" .off Llncoln's-lnn.fleUs. is after all, to jured by melt wielding boulders, while power for good and their menace lies tiff's business or attempting to Inter i Another development In. the con
two other non-union car men were less Zero with the regular shipment, sale test between organized labor and the
When
f be demolished. It bad remained stand. a person has to keep the feet lu the misuse of that enormous power Manufacturer Association Is
or trade in its goods It Is also likely
; Ing when ao many ,surrounding buildings out from under cover during the cold- seriously beaten. dangerto to be
for evil. There Is no greater sought to enjoin the unions from' an application to the PostofTlce
., had been swept away In the, est nights In winter because of the The prompt arrival of the \police pre form of government to our printing publishing or distributingby Department for fraud order against I

# making of Klngsway. that one had heat and prickly sensation. It is time vented the trouble from spreading our morals than mall any paper which contains the the American Federatlonlst. This is '

t f,: hoped it would, be spared the general that coffee which causes the trouble the thousands. 'of union men popular rights and public name of the plaintiff corporation under the organ of the American Federation '.s
h; ry fate. Little.;remains of the original _be left off.There among the corrupt use of the great power of a "We Don't Fationlxe" or "Un- of Labor that prints the "unfair list" '

,cbapel of 164, fort In the "No Popery is no end to the nervous conditions massed in the neighborhood corporate wealth." fair" heading or which contains any against which an Injunction is sought

jriots of 1780, the ;ury of the rabble that coffee will produce. It statement that the plaintiff Is or baa by tho Manufacturers' Association.
been unfair from publishing or circulating Daniel Davenport, of Bridgeport f
;
shows.In TO RACE HORSE. / ,
one In MONUMENT
eloctnd; It tor especial injury so atto way one person and
GOOD SHAPE in anyway, lu writing or orally Conn-r-ione of the attorneys of the I 1kManufacturera'
tJ In another FARMERS. IN
way In another.. Ii this
necessitate aa almost entire \
re.
s any statement to the injury of Association, took '
building..., Just opposite In 172S, when case the lady lived In S. Dak. She Provled In Will of Chicago Man-Shaft --J-- the product of the plaintiff, or fiom steps to bring the complaint to the

; .he.i was a Journeyman printer lodged says: Notwithstanding Production In' General representing to dealers or the public attention of the Postofflce Depart- . \

Btmjafnln( Franklin, with a Roman "I have had to lie awake half the Will Cost $50,000.A I ,Be T..,. Per Cent Les*. that the plaintiff'H factory has been merit r .
'Catholic widow lady and her daughtrj night with my feet and limbs out of $50,000:; ( monument for his horse, 1 Will boycotted and that its goods should President Gonipors declares that ft'a ,

: a very uncommon sort of printer the bed on the coldest nights, and felt Is a feature that has been' Incorporated The American farmers': earnings. are i not lie dealt In. Safeguard is also the officers of the Manufacturers' Association } 1
afraid to sleep for fear of this asked from any threatening or Intimidating began their suit hurriedly ;i'
xs his fI\Jlow.workmen! In Great Wilol.trc..t catching million dollars greater
thousand
, cold. I had been troubled for In the will of. Henry Graves, the of customers ot the plaintiff; to forestall the krllulnal proaecutlon'ot
.
thought, for among the fifty years .than last according to a l preliminary from any giving of orders to committees themselves by the American Fed ''f.eratton .
rR or' CM> employed In Mr, 'Waits office with twitching and Jerking of the oldest settler of Chicago, who now llej year associations or agents for any of Labor. He insisted that .

beer.drinkers all. Franklin stood out lower limbs, and for most of the timeI near death's door.A report on crops to published acts or threats which would Interferewith the American Federation has had.

i as the only water drInker-teetotaler have, been unable to go.to.church pioneer racing man. Graves has In the American Agriculturist. This the plaintiff's business, or from under consideration plans for the "
awes 'a .....01'4'Dot .known till nearly a or to lectures because of that awful tbes carrying on of the alleged conspiracy prosecution of tho Manufacturers' ::
monument the
y later. feeding that I must keep on the move. provided that the costliest big gain will be entirely duo to against the plaintiff's proper Association for some time. and that w'
century
t . "When It was brought to my atten- ever erected for a horse' will be Placedin Increased prices of farm products, .as business by some means President Van Cleave !r
J'" r ,. tion that coffee caused so many nervous Washington Park: It will memorial- The steps leading up to this actionare of the Manufacturers' Association! "

.nf LIVEP.THERB.!: diseases.. concluded to drop coffee t' tze Ike Cook, a famous trotter. which the production In general will be fully set forth In the complaint to be learned of the Federation's purpose If
"You' venture into"Wall street occasionally than In the outcome of a strike. The complaint and brought the Injunction '. I.P
and take Poitum Food Coffee to cent less in quantity proceed
) he owned fifty years ago. 10( per says that on August 29 1100.* lug to counteract .
the
I effect ..
lamb."My of
7": said.th9_ **>* It'my trouble was caused bjcoffee the J.
i caae/ answered toe magnate; 190S. which was the bumper year. without ,previous notice: the'members; contemplated\ suit :
drinking .. ,
,
''t'.' out of It, for fear( of whatthey breakfast,but CINCt'l ATI. Lords 1'aes Deed Wife BUfer mil.Af '| Hanged For Assault
venture that.,was enough do COSTLY BLAZE I IN: : on Stepchildnjrfleg.iIlUACke'a .
would''do'ID'Inabience..Wuh.. the business for me.; "When quit it Funeral Services Over' Noted Actor .er a prolonged and animated neB'owa hanged
/
.anctoQ'Stag 1 ;" my trouble disappeared in an almost Were Very Simple. debate the House of Lords In London Ashevllle. N. C. Rucker
s. 1 t\\ Sheds o.Planr g ,Mijl..Wlth; Valuable ,passed. the second.reading of the De. Was convicted of criminal
'
: !,. miraculous way fcow. I' have no All ihai mortal Rlchird'Mais. assault on
was of Material, 'Destroyed censed,Wife's Staler bill by ill votesto his stepdaughter.
It
BTAJtTED4.AG.UN. lOro' of:"tlie'Jetkinr) .ind' twitching' ill aald that this
pllllllOWe1LLCK . and field. was cabled l ,. to u."gruri.IAthe.Gardner . Fire -which originated from some unknown 79. The minority included every Is the first time In the .history
t ::UaudenC',. thought.,. yoif "'hgd made bedding can, sleep with'any I amount .of cemeterywltbina, : ! few rods early( Friday, mornlarfdestroyed one of the seventeen Bishops who'aie North Carolina that a negro has been Of.,s )
me" "
over, and sleep'all night : ;Cause members of the House, banged tor
3sck" .wj)5ff, ?molting, cigarettes I of his horn New "London ,pll h a crime against
; In-lound..peaceful ret-:+ : 6 I summer, } at the .planing mlll, lumber of his one
to him ; own race. .
,, I had ,let
) ,": tlhel-,I did. ,Put .'PoaIUDl'Foo4offe. absolutely Con. Monday, The ceremony was JI1PJlPP4.e! Steel :Pleat .
!
libegut!; 'I couldn't thfnk of n la *.. ,. : sheds :and bundredadot,) ; Burned. I t.- .
, ? acald. Chrltm*. tba worth 'its weight in., gold to me." simple "but, ,Impressive and vrs 'at' I feet 1 o'l lumber; .the,'Property of beFa"ln ,The plantxof the Cumberland Steel i y
him.tor
.... 'tO'elv' $ '
"There's :Reason. Read the little trlenda Company at Cumberland ,,Md. Alllea
something;or other' to" do tended by many and rplatitesof Korn' Lumber company of was Defeat Moor.
1& .di4a't. bare. health clasalc) ,, -The: Road to Wellvllle th late actor .' destroyed by. fire of unknown origin" l>Moorish.tribesmen '

.wttbj. Ltre, . ," id pkgs. , \; ClndJaantl. The loss .U. 1100.000.. Lou,,',1360,000_ ; .insurance, $100,000., -Casablanca and were defeated.again'attacked'<< 4'
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become -rted. because they are ,.'111fBSGvltaltDanmlfer mnINseaatepew .- I II CUMBERUNDEVERBEARIII0,1S7

U/ h''SJMoN" the means of entertainment for the manenUvcured: by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve .4
mighty, majority, of our population Restorer.< 3 trial bottle and treatise flea : I ,, KKVOMB.APRIL -

because there Is wide difference'of Dr. H. a.Kline. Ld..B8l AreKSt..Phila.. ,Pa.. i .. 2O: ':TO4UtY_ 4tH.,,

opl11on'ae to their' morality and A. LEMON' FOR. i 1M. H
'
propriety In, the' bands of Christian "No," said Ka.dley.OI never .associate TEC ,
/ I mea and. women or of Anybody else out""Really. d?" L
do
'-t' ffvW e to-dnr and rider present social con. with mr Inferiors", ) Miss f de

JIDE 3O dltffins. I cant Ray replied \.
scarcely necessary for me to Cutting, -"I don't' think t ever tnet any

swat a pack of cards In Itself is of your inferiors." :..., Philadelphia. Increases tbe Size addImproves.the Quality ol Onions,

not evl1. tt Is far from my purpose Press.

t Jeetj The Church and A1__ to Insinuate that eIther tbe' dance. It gives then )ffner flavor and increases .their nourishing :,
L mama the theatre or the race Is under
proper and normal conditions. wick RED EYES qualities., It is Natures 'fattening food for
ed. They become) so, however when seed prompt treatment with Leonard ; iaE LfIMlES1AO at
control them. Oolden lotion wr,they'll get biuutunot all
1 Y.-Preacblllc men It Is far from lye vegetables
Brooklyn. the
N. .....
tuarcures
Intention to assert that these sod core. *.eoa ral'a)la eye lotion
ring Square Presbyterian Church my IcnamuBUon wltnout pain in one Send for our free booklet on "
of
forms! amusement are Incapable of
lamburK avenue and Wetrfleldtreet beoUnn to taut Out "jueonardl's."
on the above theme- the Rev. proper use and that the host ot moral. li*)maim iirong .j....may uu runeeO or money ,Truck Fanning." It gives :.;. ,

I ; ra. Wemmell Henderson, pastor, well-meaning Christian people who refunded.. i>rugi 'U Mil It at >916 0.... or scientific
thousands
Indulge In them are not perfectly sin ol prloe !'/ H. reasons why -
9k: M his text; 1 John '2:1'. "Tb lorwkixiad pi-pate on receipt .
' rld paaseth away, and the lust cere. I have Men card games that .. JLwmuOU. A Co., ''I'mmpa, t n. of truck farmers have I!, I
were harmless. and horse-races that 1 .... ......
[hereof bat he that doeth the will of found .e..ae. .e.. .
... in it
'alx> nexpectedS co. big;
1.ablcleth forever;' Ho-said were ve reproach) and theatrical An money
{, Happiness 1. a usjjversal humaa: I' performances that. with a little reformation A minister who bad long been noted Sf l IUARDn s ATnI

tyRlng. The search rat It 18 woflfl- could have been .immaculate for the undue length ot his sermonswas 1 GERMAN KALI ,WORKS 1:

Ide human characteristic. The and dances In which It was perfectly on his way home after service WITH .3 N..*...S .*... New Veiic WITHOUT

longing of living souls for that whlckminlstere safe for. young men and women overtook .one of; M..d..ckB.1111ag. Chios .
when be
ts 'glide through the maces of the owe, Sunday Caadler BalMlnf. A.......Oa., O (D
{ to the .aUetacl1on of the
noblest and moot lacking .of humans waits. But on the other ha d. I am the oldestmembers of iris congregation PDTASH Add,. _tez..t_,, POTASH :.
needs painfully conscious that I became and walked along with htm. Fromell.cu.eIIlS 5
natural.
and desires Is Oofl
disgusted with cards of.the I the conversation 1. ,
created u. to be nappy. because the text OGLESS S
mea did we not search f..r'joyCeJr profanity, the unbridled, vulgarity naturally drifted. to the discourse Itelf. ,- ' """ ''r I
TELEGRAPHERS WANTED = :: Mssah :: ::
Jliovah meant us to live tn the' pearttessloa the total Incapacity for self-control .. .Tslrar.IL.IM ,

and exercise of .all that .taj the who trickery, the dishonesty, of those "I mutt lconratulate-,. Doctor," I 10 OfOOO 1 im tfvcAJs_...u.w.liroW., .......''iriaTeS t.h.d wash Tw-..rd.,_.p.a T.s.,4..ab.M M.la.11,IV LLSKit' LARD #

j peaceful and Joyous and lovable: It ableness-played most the game.of the The performances question- said the old parishioner. ".; think I WrUaawOataloa.AATIONAt nr atMttttMw, .do., TKI.BUU.ArU ft the" .Ovarantr 1h.TITVTutra.l..at4. .. en. w.vk far "'..-... IIS.tDVF 1PITNI TMSP'ECT10N' rl'tltAxNM
Aid not seek .
; would be strange If we .
,sermon
t upon the American stage make" It have beard you deliver every

[[ '''to'We"possess do not use them tb m.We are' foolish 1C' : necessary for even a grown man who yeu ever'preached In our church and IiIoua" in SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY DwIs?

, Not otherwise pleasure or the satisfaction possesses any remnants of self-re .It.. my opinion that your effort this' fall HMilon October mo April Spring ... to Otlobff. La....., Phkrtnaor D lOlkOUltildlnpt AMzSAIilafQSEVS
and rpect to secure a theatrical Baedeker the best of them all." South. Drug ..".. In the Coll. .. f me Hooki, saving tM book .sp.nse. Large. new ,
of lesser huroaa desires morning was and Jqalpm.nl.Ih.N: >e l..tIn..t. Dom.nd loi'our gradoaua *.xn*. human needs. Is a universal human before "he Attempts to go: to see a "Whyftrstammered the minister per' *tMl.... Address \V. B. .IItEMA.N. ..........r., S-S ....-fcl. ft Ai!..!.. O.._
craving. As we long for those thing show., I have seen so many pure "who WAS plainly disconcerted"yonr It
gentle lovely girls (not In dance-
that are eternally and finally satisfying. "I ANDREW COLLEGE
greatly. thought
werdn
halls. but at the dances of approvedand surprise' ,
I BO do we long for those things;
conventional society 'of,the beet I bad made, a botch of my sermon. OtORQIA.
, that are ol immediate and ot content* I CUTHBCRT,
Iioraneoun value. And tbl, craving type) locked In the embraces of lecherous Yeu see, my lear sir, I found my voice ESTABLISHED MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS.

'Is natural. The desire !..divinely villainous .men whom they falling m*, and I had to cut It short l tot' regular
A h1b grade ulleir far girls and yaunsl Isal.e offerlnn 'up"rlorI".ata.i
granted. It is not stra-nce that we would not, allow within a yard of before 2 wa half through.' "-Harper's I and vperUI eouae\: > Hlfheit ins abore ... lerel tn South Oeiynla. Ptrfeat health raeord.Cllmn .
want pleasure. J them In the seclusion and privacy of i Idral. KM a, gnat. blitorr and number amone It* "lumnaeom el lb.aohiesttton.m
But happiness and pleasure are not their own parlors, that I have passed DOCTORS PRESCRIBE SULPHUR. I tn O.or.l and th* Soutb. N Ned....10.. epen 8.p'II.. Addrei

necessarily to be found In that (and from wonder to disgust Any one j REV. J W. ALONE, President. Cuthbert Ca. <

fir 'we shall deliberately circumscribe who has ever taken a good, honest AN..e'.I..h.t..b.egti. P'a}
long look at the class of men who frequent Bat fulpHar Should Re Used In 'NV Lm.b1.rw
'application ',of the word) whichwe MALSBY COMP , NACOOCHEE INSTITUTE .A8Z.U, WHITE STAR BUOCVralrallU
the racetracks of a metropolistan 1aalVal MWTra>Msk. IfIt
be far call from amulem@at.the heart that Happiness, hi amused.may district will be convinced It he Liquid Form Only.Hancock's v 41 .. roHfUTtt ST. ATLANTA OA.. ptat SniwrloT. T.I\ .hone nwnrt..oanrnimk'atlna.. Mort.ttemtlfal floadvpjitloaal.soot la the lia't aa lU Wal ,.,II M'.r ,
k ,
seared and never was before, that the averageof Liquid t-inl'phur'ls the moet! OkrMlaa. .JoROFAMII..h..bo PRIMKaotartialtt WHITE STAR BUGGY, Wifca fcr1TLAKTA
1
:Many a soul that heavy .
.
f
Mnfttlnf tbarommnaltyaioallwn t rood ..
Cw.hI sod rrttwds.
the devotees of the turf to
with sorrow has been amused. But go the wonderful remedy for Eczema, I have ever board fn"W.to 110 p r mrnlk. (Van* Ma.. CO.
.. Fell
7 ..... 8 00[ ,
track least of all to BOO the "ponies- .Ie! L Art and Rlooutlna. familty.Ora4a.ua :
amusement brings stich soul no abld- known,:* writes DrV' W. Leaks, of Or rb.PWIALISTS. Upealaa 8.P4. I.lIII1I. A '

'/ngjoy and ralulsters no balm of rust"law at If the gambling tracks half was the disallowed racing associations by- ln solace to heal their wounds. Ple II-
of the would kUnding. 1
For country go
tire Is not amusement. A man out ot business.All Dr. \f. A. Heard, of M<lnnd, Fla., was COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KEMTUCRT UKIKMIH '

t that may which find much In the pleasure common outside use and lot these amusements are suppliedIn cured of Eczema after he had suffered for ".....a.'d l.KXIMilTN..d.,...,._..Of.........._ *:! .r-k Thompson's EyeWatec

acceptation of the term Is called some measure by church, people.All thirty yearn, and says: "Hancock'*Liquid 'D p.'S fcr.il.-.*l. , amusement. Happlnvwa la a matter of them have been so pervertedthat Sulphur i* the finest remedy for all Skin l IT, "
= \\11.
:
they have become stumbling ,- iLnca a.SM :,:"ti.-: (At3e--07)
at the base of subjective satlsfac"tlbn. troubles, I have ever used or prescribed.
\ Happiness in centrally a concern blocks to .humAn souls. For they Doctors everywhere prescribe it,but they j
have led many a man over the brinkof '
of the soul. Pleasure may conserve the N1 Sulphur should be used in liquid form
wretchedness Into depths of
happiness.) But a man may be It in In Hancock's Liquid tBrsmifh's
despair. And these men have not only, as Sulphur. aeTTLC
,
well pleased and yet not be happy.A .
Infrequently fallen into the meshesof DrugRiitta. sell it. Booklet free, if you r1aL taREaklY
: man may be amused and find pleasure ftWacbmrf sod hats" 10 Gist. if
iniquity because of the ostensibly write Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Belt
In the amusement But a man '
y' may be superlatively unhappy though harmless pastimes of Christian men more.' I MACHINERYAND I cIiII1dL( TONIC .1; ,

his face may be forcedo smile and women. It cure* all Skin and Scalp Diseases, if tar
As an obsession It Is paltry for me used in connection with the wonderful SUPPLIES. i Cures CMHs Sbsdsd 41wstI.vel M bsd sank
the of amusement.
through power M Irks/ Oils,. Hk.l,
to say that they are wholly evil. For rwteble, BIMIoam,.> For amusement is a diversion, a lUocoik a Liquid Sulphur Ointment ... ** "
,we' are agreed that when they are allowed Saw HUM ..<) OrU Mill'*. WM4. orkla* RL.I. Seare test usd e s./s.tingsLet
YOt111
dissipation, an indication of Inward *!I. Hill\ M..III..,. OoK,,lMe use eurlcd la Mo k. Malarial Fevers so. n50c .t year srl/akMt w s..t p.ra'
discontent. Happiness indicates con- to dominate a life they are of Experience! teaches a few and fools wrier tar cMcloeMMlMK Attnm all om_._ d tatw .*1 vIes.
tentment. The desire to be amused the devil. The question is, shall the U- to AUaat, Oa. We .... a*utmmmM mmm I.Ii. a.d St ASTHUirCTCa.4S ace..satta ,L.ul.vmek .
Church sanction them or shall she many. ,,_.11I.. .. '
r < Is very nearly always an indication ,
ban them?
''+ of the incapacity of a man to achieve -
happiness Let us look them over Ole by one. 'bI '

the The terms church of eternity expresses of happiness divinity, of In to When the did enlargement a game of of cards our consciousness minister- ::;::7 ::;';77 7;;i1' 7of 7' . 0 .

? of that which Is divine and eternal IsBy ( '
conscience. The happiness of man What a "Brain ; .
? Or when did It Increase
our
is. in the mind of the Church of f.rm": .
Jesus Christ and Ja the, light of 'His sense of responsibility to the world or I : .
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truth dependent upon Its perdurability God dance? Or or when the did race the? theatre Seachlngly or the, Dr. Brinton D. It\ w 1'i i
its divineness the
upon clarity
'
of the conscience of who honestly! i. EVERY MAN '
the man i l
possesses it. In the conception of The truth Is that the more we are ", ,

the church happiness is eternal it Is aware exalted of divinity and eternity the HE' term "brain storm" used by me Is a term to.befounJ' '. '
more our conception of the
the of God and force tbatJf"
, gift a demands of conscience, the less we In medical dictionaries and in the worksof, prominent t: OWN DOCTOR '
God It '
propels man nearer to ; cannot HIS
be enjoyed except the conscience need these things and have-time for T writers on mental diseases. This term was used In order (t Q1'Rt.

of men are void of the consciousness them.. We find our happiness elsewhere to avoid objectionable confusing technicalities such as .

of their unworthiness before God. A. ; we secure our pleasure _;:l "psychic' fulmInation," "mental explosion." etc., and to .. SIIO.page Illustrated Book, 'oon tali Is, .... '

man is not really happy unless his through neither unquestionable care nor need channels.We to be. make ''clear to the 1ury'aod to the lay, minds Interested A\.. valuable Information.;showing tow( to treat . .
soul is satisfied In eternal > < '
fashion sii
an
amused. When I know that amusements the significance certain critical any explosive.conditions ". ,and cure dlat'aMw'wlth'atmpl..t medicine ., ':WTA
unless he has the joy and peace that e .
'such exhibited several loriiis"ofpiental i diseases. .
are stultifying the spiritual as .are !In The book contain analysis of oonrtablp and ,
are tbe gift of Cod unto those who ,:
,love Him and who keep Ills command efficiency of the people of God when There was no Intention to use tbe term "brain storm" ,\. '.' );',L fi' '.m trrlage; rearing sn&managemwtoRa&Ud-. .
,
I see the flagrant perversions ot the substitute for form of mental disorder.. Us use was for ,i ; r 1Advertise
'meats as his Innermost possession as a any particular r i.j, besides valuable prescription, reolpes, .10 : p c

unless his mind and heart are certified amusements of the day tbat exist: the purposo of describing or setting forth In pain} terms a condition ol mind :, A..,. : ,' ,:t '" ,etc. Will be mailed, poetjMild, to any' address .. ,
I fathers
fore of God.his personal acceptability<<< be- then were right am ,.persuadedthat to condemn theM the things which may !be brought about by f great mental, strain, 'in several kinds of mental ., i "){ :: on receipt BIXTT:.CENT:
with no uncertain sound. And I am diseases '
The church expresses righteous further convinced that ltis; not only A brain storm does not exhibit itself. It Is the outcome or result of a .. ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE
,
and worthy pleasure In the terms of : ,
the conservation of that which la the duty of the 'Church to denounce diseased brain which by" hereditary influences or accidental causes has been /IS.

s eternal, the promotion of that which them but also to' transform and rendered especially: susceptible to the effects of mental stress and strain. 1 l.-.IS Central A....Atlanta, Oa.; cc

t is divine, the satisfaction of duty. purify them. I am certain that it is Mental explosions, psychic fulminations and brain storms vary 'In their I..

Any pleasure that does not augment our duty to divert the energies of characteristics according to the predisposing and exciting causes, but are I
\
happiness Js unwprthy. That is te the multitude from following their always evidences of a' loss of mental poise a dethronement of reason, the p ,It
amusements to the service of
cheap "
eay, that 5f our pleasures militate God. arrest of will\ power and diseased mental operations. A brain storm can InDO
which Almighty L i :.4II!!! !!
against our growth In that Is- thunderstorm /L.L.
sense of itself be considered a form of Insanity any more than a .
r eternal and divine, If they dull our can create Itself. Both'are outcome and results of antecedent conditions ". iiiIIii; 1iIIIIIiii' : .....
consciousness of the Imperatives of The Better Part. -"- --
the one of a diseased brain, the other of atmospheric and electrical
Y the Almighty that are law and life The' Christian is always the ;

to the human soul, they are unrighteous. "stronger man" because at tbe Bottom conditions. : )

of human nature there are cer- All the various exhibitions of mental Irregularities, such as, a lack of .in Your Home Paper :j

Now, the Church measures amusements tain points tbat every honest, unsaved mental coordination, an abolishment of nclf-Control, an overthrow ot the will

by these sqrne standards. She men must yield. He must admit that an obliteration of Judgment. and the annihilation of reason exhibited In the p.

asks us what our amusements do toafford "whosoever drlnketh this water shall climax of mind disorder may be, in plain English, denominated the "brain 'For the 'Ye"'Best, Results. J
us a larger vision of the eternities -- "
thirst again. Material things can- storm;" for in this condition of mind there is a sudden ando positive, expression .
to Increase our certainty of
tbe reality and of our selfpossessionof not Pullman satisfy man. had Tbe famous brother builderof 'who of brain disease, carrying with it at once the demolition normal self-

divinity to draw as into correct was a minister cars, the Rev.a James Pullman control general mental balance and the- exerclAe; of reason or judgment. _ ________0_:_ :.... _

standards relationships we with have a God.right: By to measttre these D. D. The carbullder wantedhis Mrs. Knl'ker--W.II your last cook ra, rathl W. L. DOUGLAS
brother to forsake the ministryand A
our amusements and by these unreasonable t 'DO YOU KNOW \
get rich. But before the close of .
.
' judgments they must stand or fall. his life the millionaire visited his ,Mrs. Bocker-Tea. she wanted the, : 3.00& $3.b0SHOES'THi. : :LO"

.. It they can meet these tests they may brother. "James." he said, "you have auto twice a week, which dldnt. give THEVETWEATHIB .SHOE8 FAMILY.AT FOR EVERY"ALL MEMBER PRIOE8.OF'-WTja- '. _
remain steadfast and they will. If THE
chosen the better part."-Home Her re.pa.1red.-New. York COMFORT AND ._ w.L':
time to have It '
they cannot be justified by them or aid. SUD.'I 1,1 PROTECTIONafforded $26, oooReward i;...,.."r'e.-i .... make C ... awL.w
squared to them they will fall and M_.. .S A ....0..... ,
they ought to. For life la abort. by aSLICKER I : I ; ..It_ a tv ..'---'____
Time advances. Opportunities come The Ideal is Attainable. 1 t --It: TIlE REASON: W. K Dough shoes. are worn b1m.-plo'' '

;, and go. There, Is much to be done. It is ours, to keep on trying to doOod'a CHILDREN TORTURED.Girl \ I qM"I I la all walk of life than. any other make, i* became ojnalltlea.of their +
and wearing
i .. y-S.ttlng, superior
.II.n' style
\Ve must do It. We' have little time will perfectly. Alone, we cer- "..lrtak.* Therlntionot e tb. leather and otlier.materlal for each.part
to waste. Our efforts must tend, be tainly never can. How far towardsthe Had- Reusing Sores Front Kcxema l 1 of the. hoe,and .r.r. detail of tbe ", making looked after by S l

they little or momentous, to the enlargement golden goal He will sweep on our -rBoy Tortured by Poison Oak i ? the moat oomplet orf.. nluition.of.nrMtrlntendraU.forenanaiMlkilled In tke ;,
boeinakere, 10.0.-1.* the hlgheat wage paid j
-Bolhl Cured Cntlcura:
consecrated endeavors .'
by
of humanity's comprehension we'may never shoe Industry and. whole workmanhhlp.ar.OIMezo.lled.- .'
of those things that are eternal know. We cannot limit God. "All "L .t year, after having my little girl ODura blaht If I oouUI take yon Into my l I.rt.,_tort..at Broektoa.MM &.._. > C

h and divine. If happiness lies in the things are possible to him that be- treated by a very prominent )physician for 1 and.bnw you bow e.refnlly W.4oasIr. their aboesare. made flt better, you. -4:.a.._. +
chlevement of these have lleveth." The Ideal is no mirage 1 resorted to Guaranteed would then nderatand why tbayTiold. : . e4a.ls"IrlfaNEd
r graces we an obstinate case of eczema and are 01 greater Value'bu. .lJr. .. .
be no tantalizing Illusion fatuous aterproof war longer ..:: ....,..-.II'" agaiRraIe:.
stipulated then we ought to about no the Cnticnra Remedies, and was so 'wellpleased e 1eaw"5BddA...,
......
..... .. .... .. Tale GF
4 ...ufn.I.. W. and prlea1 pw1
1
(he Master's business "wlll-o'.the-wlsp. It is attainable; I with the almost instantaneous relief t3t!!! OAU'1'IONI [h.I. for W.i.YIMSItW '''00.. If h. e..seb you seed 1WMan
drier
;, No country In the world needs the else it would not be an ideal at 'all.Ood'a afforded that, we discarded the physician's' Everywhere! N.direct Hub.lltnte.e. to I.......,.. 1Ia.-:Ask your ratev..'."0... by .aiL Ca t_WJ-D.e.lr..0PP'Z.... -
hlte light of publicity and philps- Son once reached it. Some day J1reeeriptioll and relied entirely on .
'e fcphy and of uncommon sense to glare He.,may permit other sons to climb, the Cuticura $oap Cuticnra Ointment andCntSeun --snfl--...Ca-....5t0.-fl.. ..- '
its amusement more thank the sunlit heights.-Herbert N. Be- REPAIRS<
poD Pill. \Vbrn "we commenced with : nKFKKKMCBiVo
merlca. For we are amusement Tier. the Cuticara Remedies. her feet and limbs FACTS II* B. ICKBY'S GIN p,
..1'. Our catch-penny, tinseled were covered with running sores. -In about Reliablej I SAWS.'MBS. BHetleTf ..... .UHt. Ar_ fee-ewv ...*a d4

udy summer plaoea of amusement Every Dirk With God. six. weeks we had her completely well and Old WATER GIll INGlNISa DOILeRS' PREI4ieS:' ,,

k e evidence of our amusement fever He who never connects God with .there has been no recurrence of the It rrwrA.rw ... rmui., A.4lldaIt < Sad Regain for ..... 'Sheflla.. .....,... BeM... wMd

theatres'' are jammed with peo- his dally life knows nothing of the trouble. it=:rSrrMkr.. :'eVS;" .. ttra4 '' .,.*. ''.... VeJvm ..d nu...... Itabt Sew. SAMda..d. ImUt MU... C*.... r......* '
e who want not to be compelled to spiritual meaning aner-the ,uses of "1n ;July of this year a little boy in our I I doe't ry/N,6w" a.a'i":\ -. s eye.
Ink or to be brought face to face life; nothing of the calm, strong patience family poisoned\ luinda and arm. with J tel..od-abluna:. Sea's 1.a dread. I tald""._ Mr ; M.PA N'. Aauaueta. Gee' ;
life in *-
pth reproduction of real with which Ills may" be an poison<(Mk, and in twenty-four hours !hi.hand. A
    'ltd.
    lature. They jgo largely almostoily to be dured; of the gentle comfort, which .and arms were a mar of torturing ;: ;lltlcia' ravcaroataavi..(roota .> .r ara. la.k.., Mi.a.M Dlok.r'aad 4i.. uaed. Our amusements are
    .
    ; the Father's love can comfort; of the anre*. We used only tb* Cuticura Keme- _/.11&I... l'allatora '"r kr aiallaiota.DKCKKT TO OIENOC. r
    aoper clal. They minister to i blessed rest to be realised in Ills forgiving diee, and in about tKree weeks hi. bide KOO CO.._.IIOltrt..I.T__. h e GREATEST HEALER KNOWN Taflammatios) and .&ope'
    needs of the mind that: ti moatarlly I lore; iHia tender'Fatherhood; and arms healed up. Mr. Liria Vincent .' 'N a PoteMweM.. Non IrriUUn Allar acid sad aa harBaless .. u
    surfeited to the jadedIt. Ass strong as carbolio
    t, of the deep peaceful sense of the Infinite Thorn,1_ Fairmount, Walden'S Midge HARDLY SYNONYMOUS. pain from aay arc in tautly; corea old sad chrome sores;>.
    They are- strictly temporal. j One ,Ten... Oct. 13 1809: ,", Don't think the new debu,:':'' :. .weot milk. ee Baa or heart. For
    nearly always ,inex- ever :pear.'a\ refuge and; a ' ,_ r She-- you rare* eoree and inflammation from any eame h
    y'are 'very heavenly"'
    strength. Canon Farrar. V_ perfectly bead and ro 6tMl eUokpeeitrretr,
    tent'.olee' Is ; fewianew cholera, -p. .
    sore
    and when.we '
    tawdry
    islbly cheap
    them to the bottom.. They are The'mbre a man blow 'tle less.'1lkely' > H&-qul( ttnearthly." -: The yltaDdtr. wr g...........Mt5&br.CLCt'" T* WPCHCIIIOALCOr1s.N.nk.T.sas' . -,- utI
    .
    elated, to duty.; For they are81'Uy ,We"Shall Deceive Strength.It :; be li to cojne't9' -blows ,. _, Par s.I.eeanyl.wG.rnrlw. -
    ,intended. to aid us to forget U a great deal easier to dO-that,]
    r'i f 1 which'God gives 11.'to do,'' no matter If1i

    our multitude', of amusements how hard It Is,, than,,to face the responsibility ", I r.

    -consider, four: the ,card of not doing ,t We have
    b. the dance, the theatre, the abundant assurance that we shall retcelve
    ack.;' '. 'And' they are taken for >*ll the strength we need te perform -*,

    1 leraObn,"" not because they artt any'duty God allots, to 'uc.-J. ; .. 1

    -,.,.evIV., but fcacausa.!) they ,,have, R., Mule;., J, '.

    .. ." HAIR RgTORERp Prke.1)1.00, rwtall,,' '
    &, a 1 s.oaue .ftns..rugIy. grlnl. '. .r.h.'r-., USe t-A OJI.OL. F :

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    .r',,, ,,.' ....+.. ss....r4wL..I..+E++wr Jane anxiety.was at the the cause mansion,, of considerable during last' NUBIAN TEAKeeps t LTQU .O\; Al.: .

    week, that admirable lady having
    .
    i "
    With Neightors at WhRter been temporarily prostrated by severeillness all is ..
    : but at present writing

    | Reported :Weekly by-O.-I C..1; | well.The bone, and cattle department is ALL, THE ,LEADING' BRANDWHISKIES pub'

    at r 1
    eP' ......................./. causing/ considerable, trover litigation etc., are *

    G My last article shared the fate of present.Replevin household words with, our '

    some of Brother Ouy's sheep-lost, becoming and the possibility of several a. I' .

    strayed or stolen-deponent knowetb full-fledged people lawyers, being hatched out 1. You Well .

    t '' not which, and can only adopt the courting eggs/ arc among } ,
    from our I
    and strive to .
    Spilled milk theory .
    w future possibilities.The
    S Rather a double act -of Items which our railroad bee bonnet. has become Case" Whiskies. Domestic Brandies
    will l* for, bet.ter.or worse, with a raoklhg covering; that it .
    bead- eat,. \
    such a QII..t 'aI210rnl. ( 111,1
    the lat- Ills I 'Iut Mul
    of an
    )
    citizens, '
    probably large percentage:
    by our ?
    I has been repudiated -fi' -IB: quallI7)DlarylatU u
    ... 'efO S
    In he summer : .0 I'rlu : i'escl1,25M.rxlandApple !
    .1n:
    tei who quietly sweltering vekr ri'i ... . ',! 1 1N1 fIT
    are ;, 4 1..10 6tI KI'CI. ....,....211
    under Rumor'81and '
    O. t. C. 1 Is 'once more at home sun, not heeding' Dame Meal c i.4:1. Wilmiu Kye.4" 1"91.ta.lt I 'r.oJ North'arollual'.at'b.,25 110'110'
    broad roof of. the Drawdy man- Probability's efforts\ to create W. Harper "urIKto..4f< ; 0",110. A."I..26
    Uio Old o.rt! l 11 I :'J:* North 1\0\
    . which after an absence I l'riiporllonrlK) > ,:. II/() Jurae AI'I.e Jack..aa 1,1
    !
    slon blu'eturuw of an excitement. favored at 45ttNTE13, Remedy fbi .4 "otaoa MulMinorr Rye .. ...11 7' I NI 11 .
    source ..
    weeks was a .a
    particularly
    of two O. I. 0. Is l Humor limilnioro Ityc
    Unproved that city home! AI11fN .. ......4"" S> J coo Imported Wines In '
    for time, having a 1'rcnttri.Kyo.l Cass:
    much pleasure:
    the present . :2"I "
    eHpU. B and .. .. .
    residenceat Feathers KjrtMt
    who were Paint PapeiImprove 8
    there "ere many friends. at Whittler and a country thus enabled to Constipation' ( Clvnnont RIO ..........t0 II 1 CKI> .! 00 I'ort. ." .... .to to,.. ........... .. botue.
    } Clad to see him. Dull Creek, being Ya!.o oyrir.xr f Uh..o'. Mall dliitillod <.' sherry .. .. ........... .ace m
    Corn gathering. i. now' the order of retire from the bustle. and confusionof and house lor LQolIclu&' ltllrrlUlldy :... .4N.:;I/. :. Mf
    i; Patriarchlaslsted' by and tranquility protect your lecl.l1) .." 7'. I towoalforl'Cnuu6y : Pauetpr .. ... . ............ a s. '
    the quiet 1107*
    the day, the city)life to I will be to bring my ,. 1:20 'J
    pleased .
    ; line , Rye JItukcr'sXXXX : u : Rhino Wine* . .".........., a
    i t Charles Starlinu', half the crop the of the country whenevecclrcum-for sample books to your house and lire ... 1 :eLdremoul CI.I'1I.luC'.O.'(; ............:... ,s. 1De !jl
    .f( karvckted that was raised on stances 'dictated .the necessity a make any suggestions la the latest (UrccuVr i>- alter '
    .'{ plantation: change.In aoaatEnltl aemoo ,Indigestion decorations that. may e h'O.Dl'op Whlkey'1.:7!) : :! t I p
    but few stars you Kcntiirkv. .. ....41I T. I 11\41 (I. II.:Muinm' Extra: : Dry VooMouliVClmuilou
    t Tne weather has \X"11'l'ry dry fortli tare political horizon me a card and I will ctll"t'I'-" Crrnm((1'"u."hIUIII:) 4ii 1.C..do t White Seal t 00 .41
    ." pail: two week und excessively appear, but It Is the calm that portends Biliousness fillly furnish estimates on paler tlIdtiISunl I .. . .. . .. ...*. W( 1 3111 I01 ; ,

    1: warm, but\ as dOll days are. on the ft storm and wcr anticipate Democratic lively and paintloo;, : : : : I : : Old .1!. .. .. / .. WKrnlifckyDow hr I Ale, Beer and Stout per Dos
    FI ,.' 'r are confident Unit\ there will limes in the future. Our = ..j..... .... .. ,.0 '
    .. wane we .. "
    andDyspepsia. KcdTop I' ... .
    .
    Jl... . be a relief ere long1. rooster is calmly viewing the situation Y Idrrsrn.' ... . . .,....n . 7'i 1 11 1 1Daisy t asl'aleAle.' stout ...,-..,>-.''.'j'... i par.. \TTT* <
    and to call his people together aEO CE A.OUL.VNDO. BA Iaid ... . .. .... ..4(1( I 1,0 Ginmiexn :1Aidnuseritu.ch
    t expects: KE Buarb Blue Label w M
    Very little ac'.icity prevails among bar iialtlmnra. .. . ..VA wb' Anliauker |I
    Eye 4i
    I J. ," cur oliixeos. The heated wave has and have grand tadpole (lid CamhrlilKO, ,. .:.4<> /,,S j buds slier' a 'a,, 'II{{,
    : > in the near future. co '.,.. :' 1 W
    all In dormant tate and l cue 1-urlUti !I>''' > 2lulilvu
    a
    placed us Indulged The Belle of Whittler has not. yet ea.wnon-.o. 17X>KIDA. ( Cream ...4'l' ?.- ttal Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.1;,
    '" '. active operations are not but the present Invaders I .,1 Jnnna . .. ,..L' ill I t')
    iq ".:, I Citizen Arch spears to be' In food( been captured are 'confi -- COUNtlllltion ........ v ::I.4II /'.* If'"! GoldenStar Be ...-... . .., ''p.rgaii'
    '
    HunLers's'Paradlso ' .. t
    of Keiidivkv Tavern .. .40 7/ Mounl.lnsprlugRye.. ... .. ..
    locomotion not efforts -
    form" Ms power of success will attend their Brook Hill liulllrd I la XX a 1
    :/' having, been as seriously interfered as dent. J.hat and the rest of us will not.. at It 1 II good for the Liver, Kidney..., Stomach Osceola County bond, ).( .41)" ) !:. j fw,\I Mountain Mountain r-prlnc Hinur Rye Kye XXX. .?. a, s a, I
    It would be. Bowels and Blood. Ovrrh.1t(bol'Uecllu' loud) old,., a e
    Hoaeshoe.7year
    ,
    ', as we supposed anv event be taken by surprise, YrilnwLabcl....1... ,.....40 I K)< 1 MEnd \ a
    7 old. .
    \ Betilah is extensivelypatronized. It takes the of calomel and leaves Kviuucky pride rear a
    Y .d' The Hotel de The Drawdys are on their favoritecausing place Crow' .:.. ,.... ..,.. I 100 lioldrn Crown: Kye..n,,.. ,. a ,
    ,: O. I. C. occasionally taking grounds, the St.. Johns, after no bad after effects. Abstract t Company .White oak Clcutionee Bthotprin Kye . ......t.... .. s. 4
    l ','J y advantage of.the opportunities The Patriarch joined It if needed in the Spring, Bummer ] Wliliikey) .. . .. .....,.40 1 Jf Lebanon ( nib, double atampCrcamof a .. '.
    4
    beeLcattle F.llanel Winter by Men Women and Kculucky 1'l... .. ..a:,* W) 1 00 : Kcalucky. .. a s .
    which It affords.\ .
    them yesterday.The .Holaoi. BaVUmore, 10 yean old. .1 aBed
    rr, Dull Creek has bad a sensation orange prospect gives promise Chi1 l'en. Malt Whisky Glass-Case Goods. Top K14 yrariold. . a ,f
    f. ; which surprised very many of Its citizens of a lair crOD. The finest grove we It is extremely palatable-even children S. H. BULLOCK.IMANMJER.-!: .
    j" ,' ;. and cemented together/ tiro lives have seen this year is that of Mr. like it. PUT a bottle from , Ararrlcait Matt ... .., ..40 ,.'. 1 f.d, Corn Whiskies by the Gallon
    ,. --- - --- --- Mali .. .. ..40:1'/' 1 VHanchciMalt <
    finer DiiflV' Pure
    . '. which bad hitherto had a separate ex- Henry Savage the fruit being ( .. .. . . .. I -', North Carolina White Corn., pert-illo I t
    ,; istenoe. Tuesday, 13th lost.\ your and thicker than the general. Whittier Roberson's Pharmacy a Real estate hlune. Moiinulo While eo..... if *
    Kt !'! correspondent bad sought the quiet'fD' crop. Titles examined and reportedon Domestic and Imported Gin in North Carolina Yellow Cora .. r ,
    Brother Arch's residence In other things that I resideuts r, )'P." old. a
    shades of There are many Taxes paid for non- I ParoUuaWIIkas Countytorn
    order to secure a much needed rest, would wish to communicate, but the KISSIMMEB. FLA.Bring Instruments relating to real eslli'-e Glass. North. 7 }'ears.old. .. 'L .

    when a solitary footman was seen approaching1 excessive length of this article ad. carefully drawnCorrespondence Booth' Old Tom Glu .... I roO Old H.rvcn . . .. . . "
    r,' ,,whose animated countenance men shes me to desist O. I. C. - --- - llootir* Drvuinrivmoulh I .. .. ' : till:
    pave ua the assurance that some Solicited UlnIOMtboru I .: ::::: ,fill Lowest Prices by the GallclOtfrom
    us your Job Printing: Holl.u.lla.. I 60
    \thing of an unusual nature had or was If It's a Reputatloa Hell Olu . .. . :: 'mliordouGin , .. 1 01'
    4 about to transpire. We had heard of - --- -- j..ul 06-lyr ( .. .... .. I M1 I ('4irnfr..iu .. S14) |i iU
    -- - --
    I 'I 1 phosphate, gold mines etc., and were You are after, White's Cream Very liln riuwpliaU. ,.. .. 4O 7i/ I foil lu from . . .. ". M i
    'til ----- - > Au I I.'
    at first of the opinion that nome news mifuge has a world wide reputation DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON Mobllo neclls, Maud nark Kndiirnce:y':V f
    In store for us which might mend Wolfo'.. ttchlodam .
    was financial raffirniness us the best of all worm destroyers CITY BARBER SHOP Krhliap' . '. . ..-.-J 16: Gins. Rums and Brandies by
    or patch up our
    ; 9 for its tonic Influence on'weak Comu luck Glu and UcuHltrline )
    and
    ;. but closer inspection found it to Specialist-Eve, Ear '
    on . . . 1> M 101" Gallon.Rm.tr.iii .
    J q'l be a young man who had been one oft andunthrifty children. It. Improves lied I.loii Ito .2> W I IKUudcrwoud't :

    the most famous and successful hunt- their digestion and assimilation of Nose and Throat...... Now Open for Businessin Old Tom' .: 1 .< old. Tom f.in .. ,. , ,

    y( era in the hunting locality known set their. food strengthens their nervous Patrick's Old Stand Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported Holland .. . .4. *>
    Paradise lie soon made us acquainted Imported Kritoii'n N K. Kum.7 >.. *old ".,'.....j
    '' with the fact that after an system and restores them to health 1..w reneY Medford Rom 7 rear old....1

    i r', exciting: chase he had captured a tine and vigor natural to child.. If you Private Hosoital, American Na- NKW': CIIAIli. KIICC'II' 11.61 r"> Quarllnnwar' I'earh Brandy yet }.{.IIOD. ...K.M* 7A,, 'S.M.00 tldAepl.KranAyperIlion a41

    dear and Invoked our aid in binding want a healthy, happy child get a I.lagVllllint, IV. V. O.J'. 2/ in Califurnli Brandr.gar allon. M a
    tional Bank Building Tampa NEW: ttA'/.OKi5 Black and WhiLe Scotch 2 noHl
    willing :
    its
    ... It more tightly to Captor. bottle of \\ bite's Cream Vermifujre.:; ( and Haiti . 2 M. r"
    1 Nothing; loth, we followed the successful Florida. buurlll'.Idah .... I .Xi Port and Sherry Wines b1;
    KVKi\THING
    NEIL :
    Koberaon's Pharmacy.
    snare-laser and soon found horse I' Sold by

    i and buggy awaiting us, and were ---- --------- -,-----, --L-_____ The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon. ;."
    ,
    ill whirled away in the direction of Bull tainable."' AnirclUr. iKT IwUle,.. .., "' ........,..
    t ', !, Creek. Just at this time Dr. Hubbani 1 Notice for Publication. ..Satisfaction Guaranteed... California.I'ort. per fallna..l.fiO
    California sheen per lalloa UW.I.00
    '' t, bad dismissed his pupils and from Department of the Interior. ; Wllke Counlv. K t',. .2t r.t I Oil, Imported I'wti'luu. per..alIOD. ,..SJWi_.
    ,rl a: the young ladles' department w< Land Office at QaineavUle. .'Ia. J 0'" I Old lUrre.t. N. C. ." . .1f> tu I OfMapleCorn Imported Port, eur bowlln.*......I.OajMrV
    W. L. W INN, NO PAY. .. .. ... . ,& N.' (MCalaivba .
    1WI Imported wails. S.cOaj
    1'J. Sherry aM
    t found our elf in company with tiredaughters Aurut ] Valle..2', r.o 1 MlKU per
    of Mr. Henry Kertlc, one of Notice la hereby given that Clem T. Sullivan, PIKTOIOtAN AND .CTKC**>O?or.I --- Va""'.. . . .tt 60 I 00 1
    .. Mr. Jim Havy's daughters and Mist of Louffbroan,ha filed notice of hi* intention ta t,
    y .......
    A
    $ :garJBufk+Ar'1IIk.A..ar.! will be filled
    f :Maude Hancock. The lively salliei make and five year proof In eupport"* of bla claimvia ._.....c. p.... N. L..u..N Imported Cognac Brandy Orders not

    y . I between Mr. Fertlo's daughter andy : Homtetead Entry No. D13A3 made.. June 6. oars,.P.....,...,. ......... M. TILLER .. DupoaflaM .. . ... .. . ..I> OO cash. pottofHce order, express
    MUs Maude enlivened the journey 190. for th. NEb" Seetkm" :%. Townahlp 2.1. llenneur XXXX . . .SMIHarUllxXX order or certified check. Bead i
    and a severe rainstorm cooled our are Range*'7 E. and" that aid proof will be made before . ," .. . .. . .!."0 J with order. :p. 1

    '.it ,; ,i dorfand made u? heartily wish out Clerk Circuit Court at Kluimmee.ala. onSeotemberOO J. \V. SIMPSON Real Estate Agency.NNNNNMNNNN. I'' :{

    r ": journey waa. at an end. Like all 1907. .. DIf i '
    a other thing, however the copious .name the following witnesae k* prove hi DENTIST. .. HI: W: METCALF C' ,

    r I f production of heaven's Leverage soon oontiauoua reedeno*upon, and cultivation of the tf I Realty bought and sold. '

    ceased and. ere we arrived at our land via: Office Osceola '
    over Pharmacy.
    t. t end the welcome O. Alderman.ot Louchman, Fla.; Gary Sulll. Houses rented. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO '

    4 moro hed its rays upon us. Arri.E. vas of boauhman. Fla-i Jeremiah .......,. of Ok-pirv ., HOURS: I a -mi to 12 m. Taxes paid and Titles verified t {O

    ) .10<< at the Savage residence we were Natn..City. Fla.: CHarlea F. Prevatt. of Camp f 130: to S:30p. m. j for non-residentsl i SPECIALTYRATES
    A
    ; ushered Into the midst of a promiscuous hell Fla. HENRY S. CHUBB.. Telephone. :No. 76 Jun o, lyr. Fire, Life and Accident Ins JUG TRADE 1-

    .
    : assemblage and soon found the fteiter.i --- -----.... -- .
    one dear who had been the cause of. surance. .
    -- --
    ; ; , all the commotion. Few and short i G F. .KKIBBS tII Indemnity Bonds. 4 i

    were the words we said but they had I Cattle Estray Notice. ..
    I.r.
    (,{: a lifetime's meaning, and at their conclusion Notloe le herbr gives that L A.;Btiaa, Ju.UC ..'.",. ,,1" , AT'TORN8Y-AT-UW.) . ,1F'Y"Y' fs''li wFLFc'iir1FW.1. < AND SCHEDULES TO THE

    g, ,l two that bad been were made ttf the Peace Diitrict No. 1 of O.cCounty., ..... l *- 'toA. iiW CaurtjjHousea G '" -, :' -' ,", ., '0': '. : ; .,'If; "
    that is and Mr. Crow Shiver and Of f icennfthe ,(I' i *
    wr ) one ?
    ; of deee'ripUon
    filed in thla offtce a certificate the J ..*
    ? "%* -'
    welded j-3frT; "
    % Miss Ann Yates were tot -
    Polly and ppralaement i eatrara taken UP by John J. ' .) simmee, Florida.With .
    but i r
    rether tightly, that naught Jamestown
    ao
    Dom with of lb.m.i.
    Y the appraiaed( valuation ExpositionSeason
    r)I".. .death or divorce could separate. A't to-wit: One dark yellow cow 11IO.brand,mark crop whom will I be associated in the Vao"uzor & CO.
    t few of the Bull Creek upper tendon .
    '' who hailed withdelightthe In one ear avid ooderbit the other ear about i trial of causes the law firm of
    r were present five-mar old.valued at ten dollar Also one - -

    fti future prospect, spread out before the better with black head and whIte.... black aide Masser, Wariow/ of Tickets.. .. . . . . . . . MO 43 'Sold Dally.. '.1'

    N R these newly paired ones and after about one yeaadd valued at five dollar. Orlando' BROKE.iSREAL SixtyDar Tioketa .. .. . . . . . . :.13.0 Sold L,
    i'. wedding had been partaken of -***-* ff B i ii i t Bmm****!**
    t iav; ; aupper. U.-said animal are claimed within the, -- ,_ Fifteen-Day Ticket . .. . .. . . 2733 Bold Dally.t'
    ; all retired well pleased wltttlie pro- ....... ---- --,-- -- - (
    s t' .. r I'fj"7: time preeeribed bylaw will be old under A. VANS AGNEW Coach Excursion, Ui.35.80ld each Tuesday and I'rlda"JIIII'\ IM'
    :- : oeedmgs.. previakma' \ Section 2-WJ of the General Statute p. ESTATE days. Hot (e'ooc1ln Parlor or !Sleeping car*. 'l
    r of the law of the State of Florida.

    cornrow, I Witneaa rov ofllcud aixnature and kill this 3Ut I ATTOHNEV, LAW....... I AND INSURANCE J
    I Coast Line
    ing the present severely heated term. I 1- "Norfolk Flyers. '
    day of Auruat. A. D. Vim. I AND ICOTAIIY; PtJBHC | '
    .. ,
    1' ., One of the late Rube John' boy has E. L. LESLEY. :

    ; been very 111 with fever, but appearsi Clerk of Circuit Court.Otcaola. County. Florida. KISS1MMEE, FLA QQQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBenedicta 82 80/' 80 8t'I.

    I i''' ,i- be 8Io"lecoverlnlli and Miss'' By ARTHUR E. OONEGAN. D. C. ., Klslmmec. 30 a m 12 fir) p ni Lv. Norfolk . . } p m 8 %dAr *
    Jacksonville 7 30 a> rn .1 3.i; p m Ar. Jacksonville 210 p m 9 0/ *4 i

    Lv. Jacksonville 9 30 a m 7 3."> a m L.T.' Jacksonville 3 :30 p m 9 39 M ,

    -"I" ..... I X J.M. WILLSONJn., Ar. 'Norfolk . . 7 30 a m i H 2T. p mAr. KUslininee . 8 13p, in 4lJ- 1


    t And See S NOTARY .PUBLIC... )l i l. Quickest Line! Double Daily Service. 'l ,

    I ( STATE AT LARUE. J "A WOMAN'S MEDIONC": r i 1It

    .. Real Estate Agent. Trains No. 82 and No. 8) carry Pullman Standard tll: Bleepln: Cars bit
    R :Fr.-- All Sorts Port. Tampa and Charleston C., and Charleston and Norfolk' Va. ,

    : e. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.

    ,. THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE::I e
    Of -- --- -- ---- --'-- ,
    [ YOU surFER the UU of wom ,pbood, ., t
    ( t Do .
    \ a* ao many women do affer.I Do yon "
    1 1ob HeatD'EVIVO want to vet well without the Btceaaltrf Write. for Illustrated older containing maps descriptive raotter, IttW'
    NEW THINGS hotels, etc. *;
    f > 'painful.xamlnatlont and embarrassing
    '
    ob VITALITY toriraltatlon? Do you want to take a.m.dy For reservation or information, address. Af 7
    and the
    Cd
    ad right Into your home suet core J, W. CARR T. 1""'. A. Tampa. vi& J. o. KIBKLAND. D. P. A., Tamp.l; | Flono

    i For "Hade a roanelir W. J. CRAIG, 1'. '1'. M,: T. C. Will,..:, O P A.,Wilmington. N, C.J4" '


    New Standard' Well Han Bt'N: DICTA 1tAAwW lot

    H. of He." II I: a "Woman' MeUlcla." A preacrlptlonI N n
    "
    a .. TI a phyclclan wbo made the> study of Female M'NN'NN14HMt'tKNNKN' +HM rabtI
    It used b
    Diseases bu ipecUUty.; wa
    J1 PI'PtD a*"'a"' *DY iucoe*.tally by blm In hU yraatlc. It bai A. CARSON, Preside*!. N. C. B YAN,Scretry..

    _ 'ThshionSheet y owerfuUysedqukkl.Vereewireotber.taaiLL been md aoceectnlly' t>r thcmoand* of

    Men's pp Young men can retrala their lout manhood.an4 women during; tba many '- Mac, .. frorrewlro i I TIE: : : : .
    ,,_ old men may recover their youthful vigor by physician bare also found It a Tal .
    -'I'. tula SEV1Y4A It quickly and quietly re.movn lable assistant,when they d.nre4 toa1"014 '.
    HerrouaoeM, Las
    Vitality Sexual
    '* M .ITS A BEAUTY sIt VTeaknea sack Mast Power.ITaUint'Memory, in operation. & Carson Grocery C '
    Women's"and Waiting D'-e.' ...,a ad effeote ol e.ut>uae or'
    i 1 < ..ceea and indlaeretlon. which D.Ota oat. '01'MudJ' BCNCDICTAU ; Inc
    _ .bualB.ee or marrlave. It not only cures .
    --- .oi..I./ no
    h by eursag ait the neat ot dl e*...but U a rreatatrve a Ttabl reaad,. It U aaal fray ad Befall Dealer!.
    illustrates the > se.ae cad l..el bvll brln
    mostuptodate > er. log
    hr back the vtnhi(low I.mtaO*cheek*nd realorlna > &'root, herb and bark known to possess nlA
    styles in Children'sWearal ; the .r.. .r yvellJ*. It wardai olf .p0. roperue( whloa bar a woavJecful coratlre RO : jRIE: :
    ; i .
    \t1, .
    \ ? proaibl.l disease. Insist on bavin MKVIV6, tad foals effort apoa the '- organs and sr
    DO other., I*can be earrted l. ve*, pooktt. By : ..
    . ,,; a way that vnD DIetL.1.00 per pee.....,orals; for M.... VTe .nerrotu .,.It_ Wlu.o.ttJoaleC the : .
    >ve free advice. sad eouanel" all who wish lv easy torn of rants freebies that women
    delight you. with .._.._. Circular ...... AddroM _.r....' we say that tbore* no trouble of this I'C. UI,
    | ii' ..,." HCMCMI co., Marta Hea, Tlilran.: **V Lid that Benee'lala. will not.....te17 nBfNIDlCTA ABBNTS 10R 1p

    7 . i For ale In ICisalrnmee'Fla; ., by the lieve,sad anally cor.: A Y

    KUaliomee DruvOo.. drugglw.FREACiI (Celebrated jpertilizetrs I CRATE x
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    1I11ftpan4'DI' and seteatMoally', uU IK I ,E fp {Ca' 1I 1

    with tb'.c oe ... Of tb. Nt OlUdbUlC, I
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