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 13, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00298
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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CTNGS THE -lion all members being present. ceremony was performed Tuesday. b,1 (OPENINGS) THE speaker and holds the wrapt attention4 Orlando and' placed In. th* u t.od"ot' ..

OF After finishing the' reylew and ne,. W. A. Myers who is also well of his congregations from : the sheriff and the young-lad/ to }

equalizing the assessment tor 100'1.The known in Fort Pierce. HIGH. SCHOOL beginning the end''of, his sermons, I ford/wuereshe was placed in the oars > P

J) CITY COUNCILor following resolutions were From Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Fee while, the singerwho; conducts a of her mother, i \,

Introduced which were unanimously went to Jamestown and Washington, .. half hour song service each evening The sequel, however Is the-old, old

Ordinance Passed and Tax, adopted. D.. C.. where they will remain for a Principal Evans Enthusiastic and delights his audiences, with the atory. "L6ve'will, flod out the wav."

Whereas, It has been ascertainedand couple of weeks and will arrive in 'melody of sweet; song; A piano was The young'man succeeded In giving

Books Equalized.! determined by the'Councll that For JPJe-'ce about' September 17th Urges Cooperation of Pupils.} placed in the church this morning, h l1d. at Orlando and. on Sunday- .4'

9Lh. 1 07.i tha'following sums wlllbe needed durIng where they will be at home to their The opening exercises at the High which will( add much to the song morning went up to Sanford where

Town Hall Sept. session the coming year fur the following friends.' The News ,joins. their hostsof School Monday morning went off like service: his pleadings'won- the \-'s'con-

i Council met In regular town purposes : friends in wishing them'' a, joyous' clockwork, there being no hitch or Meetings are held each afternoon at. sent, and"they were happllr inserted I
Collier '
e being present: J. W. L. M. For General Revenue the sum and, prosperous'' journey over life. confusion anywhere. It was as though 3:30 and evening at 7:15, and a special the same afternoon.. ". .. .;
L. .
. Ellis C. Bandy
and J R Gilbert Clerk Of. . :. .... .._. ...H v,.. .100.:; C8 sea. . . --- the school had closed the Saturday service will be. held In the morning .. .,
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iddep For Street the lUlU of. ...'... 1..0200" ) before and waif just opening up on (Saturday) at. 10 o'clock .for. -Ibs Card'of Thanks.VTe ;
ab : :
resident being seDtr.W.Co1U..rlunanimoualy ; For School the'sum of..r 751 04 KING BROTHERS SNOT Monday as usual the" lack of confusion children.. I
PrestdentW.J.Searscame elected presidenti For Sanitary the sum of. . . 751 u4 being i no doubt:, due to the excellent Vhe meetings. will Continue for .- \ are reque.l'\\t d bv Mrs. N.! P;'
i ater). .. For Building the sum of. . . '2.V( 35 By Accident, But Not Fatally While management of Prof. Evans several l days yet andall who attend Bass and sincere:

resident pro tool occupied chair For Bond Interest the sum' of COO 70 I. Searching For Rape Fiend' and his efltclent corps of teachers-during will receive a cordial wel ome. thanks ot the family! ,.to;tbelr frlendiand \ ] '

ugh" entire session. For Sinking the lUlU of. . . GOO 70 last term. neighbors who stf kindly:, assisted '"

last meeting The Times-Uon of last Friday No special program had been pre- Capturing Blind Tigers.When them during the illness ft Mr* Bass,
be minutes of the Total . . . . . . . . ..82 following
the M.
read and approved. pared'for opening, but Rev. C. .
I d'to .
i Resolved, That the following tax of Jim and Frank county court is can .
the shooting .
to Brlttam. whQ .
approved and was present requested -
bills ,. was
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c be i following rate br, and the same Is, hereby levied ' King. formerly of this county while by Prof..Evans to conduct a order the Second Monday in October, Mrs. H. C.* Duncan left Wednesday, :
/ ered paid: ., all* the property).,, real'. and search'' for the Bre- there promises to j be quite "an" array to soujourn with '
c J Ifurphy. salary sa mayor ...... ... ...S 1300 upon assisting the short devotional service which he did relatives andirlerids '
J Hodvas, salary as marshal .." . .. II( WHodcoe. personal, described ]n the assessmentroll vard county rape ilend last week: by reading the first. Psalm,.and then i of alleged "blind tigers" to answer; to .at Klssimmeedering; the absence -oftlr. s ,c ,

_ta. .. . .. . .. . .. 1100 \ for.the.year lOOT: II citizen of Eau I charges preferred against; them. Duncan Leesburir; Ocala .nd-
making talk
"James King, > I an appropriate : to the
i C Hodcea, feedlnprisoner* and waonlilr For General Revenue the 'sum : ) The law passed by the, recent.. legislature Orlando on'legal u nt..i..T.a'rea" '
.. ... .. .. . w no Gal lie, who was' a member! of the large assembly of students.i .+
*. of . . . . . . . . . . . f 0? mills /glf log the informant fifty dollars Herald. .- _. AMotice. '
Dna.slar.upt B L P, .. ...... U\: 00Gilbert. posse searching for the negro brute Prof. Evans made shprt address '. t' "s, ,. r
P .salary clerk ..... . .. .. .: .. :1 00 For': Streets the' sum of. . . . :'I mills who assaulted Mrs. Walters, lies in a for evidence to convict is now "
I ZKobereon. salary treasurer, ... .. . .. 10 till For Sanitary the sura of . . 11 mills .in which he staled that. he was glad to getting. ';to be generally known and asa ? l
. .. .. 100M St. Luke's hospital suffering from a be here agate and that he bad more result .'
|W Collier salary as alderman Foe School lobe sum of. . . . 1) mills I evidence is not nearly so
\ Whldden. salary aldmanI .. . ... 109 For Building Hum of . . i mill bullet/ wound In his leg and one in cause than ever to feel oroud of Osce- lard to. secure. ,Ali.OMMeriMd talc.. notlo that t abate r.k.. '
salary aa alderman .. . I. 00 his arm, accidentally Inflicted by application! to dw Hoard of of t&4tat '
I L Bandy 1 mill : olaUIgh Scttool. That he had traveled There have been four arre.ta'made *
For Bond Interest sum pf .
t r E1II& a.\Ury sa alderman.... 1110 I I parties in the mob, shooting With all over South Florida during by of Florida at Uw. *dirt; .praet! aW data 1-; 1 ,
. Sheriff Walker, week
mte. salary alderman . 1 00'I For Bond Sinking Fund the is his brother Frank on evr pardon I wa eonvktaU of manUr at Fall' TmSWA t
i A Gilbert.draycand pound ,. IS 60 sum of . . . . . . . . 1 mills King the summer and had been thrown In dence furnished by outside parties, ,of the Rlreult Court of O-eU Count. .
J Harri printing . . .. ... ft!> who visits the hospital each day contact with school work and that. and if the present..rate is kept up, it September Pth 1W7.! i jt

I Gilbert D O, lualnt a t.: oertiac.0(1 Total Mlllagc . . . . IU6 ;mills watching over his brother and granting the High School' here ranked with tbe will be a very difficult problem for the 3.8t,1, WlLUAH. HUUUNO., aOOoOOOOOooQoOoOOOooOoof
umme* Telephone Co phon*rent 1 no I Resolved, that an individual 11. every wish possible. A report bestln this section of Mr. "
theState. dispensers
H Moniaftn. rent council.->... . s w, of the ardent. spirits to de. _.. --' -'.
Phatter.G atreet work ... . . I ono ..rntietax! be Imposed upon the per from the hospital last night was Evans said he expected to get a greatdeal ermine whether they are doing real ---J-- ,

Padtettstro.twork. ...._ . '.. .. .. onA Ions encaging In, managing or transacting to the effectthat Mr. King Is doing; of pleasure out of this year'swork business or running Into a trap whena

wn....... etreetworkDnl . .. III fit) within the, town Ute several nicely, though he Is suffering' much and exported the pupils to join sale is made..
. 1_ Co.drum for prisoner I I.'H:00 a occupations or professions named In pain from his wounds. with him in striving to m ke '!fiTs tho Those arrested this week are W.LVanDuzor&Co.REAL, .

IJrlt.t.Tyson. Wall ntreet newer work pipe .. ... .. ... 4 0) "O Chapter 5T U7 of the Larva of Florida, Frank King Is also shot, but very beat year In the history of the school. Domino Rotundo, white and J. E. .....:_*. -......:.-:- '

>h Bumby, .newer. pipeBurn ::111 tI, Acts of 1W7, the amount of such license slightly wounded. The brothers were I Prof. Cur on, formerly assistant porter, George Davis and Ruby K9E' ,

a *. ctreet work . . t 7n:' to be In each case ally per cent: doing picket dutv, and in thus dark : principal of the Hlah'School.. was Tanner, colored. B ,R' 0 R S
t .. Burns, order to Watera CanonIroeery said chapter were mistaken for an enemy and were. .
Imposed by
of the amount The last
. Co. atreet work... II I V> present and stated hts.pleasure at being three' are ailed(red to be '

k Rlchard-on. etreet work .. . 6 and tho same to be payable to fired upon able to meet with the school againon connected; with the place near the ESTATE;
Carter itreet work. ... . .. .. :211!, 00 and to be collected bv the tax collector --- -- --- this occasion f Midland [railroad, known as the ,,

e ..Gilbert ,.....ltt en lower. pipe 18 711 30 In the manner and for the -time The Cow Nuisance.AS It is to be regretted that there were 'new lobby" one of. the wor.nea'ro AND INSURANCE
Glib.rtfr.Ightfor.l.ctrkflghtplaat ,
Electric.Co supplies for electric therein provided. the City Council tailed to take not more of the patrons of the school' dives In this or any other town;

plant .. .,... .. . . H 1I UV Council then adjourned to meet present to_witness the .opening' exercises. and It is to be boned, If they are .
Jones,drayace. .... ... ... ... ... 71V Monday September ilth, at, 7 p. m. any action In regard to matter .- We are sure--it would have found guilty that it will be tae. means ._.u _ __ ___
61 '- It is but that those who favor
Dana. labor for elect-id IIJrht.p..1It Monday, Sept. Oth"; 1907. proper stimulated them to a more hearty of breaking up this hell-hole, which :
collector for electric the restrictions ask be heard op- :
It Gilbert ealarr as Gr.
ntplant..... .. .- $; W Council met In adjourned session. again. shall operation with the management of the has already been allowed to exist. ,F. KKIBBS,

Gardner, work for electric... -.Itht Present: W,. J. Sears, president! C. Let it be distinctly understood thatno school during the present term\too. long for tbe good' of the .communIty ATTOBN. TUW.Office'ln '
lat. 11 L. Dandy, J. W. Collier T. W. Ellis complaint bas been made or will, be besides lending encouragement' to '
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W Collier J Oil lumber.Ca..U tor eUctrtc riectrlcHrtt llkt plant plant It 21 ; P. A. Vans Agnew, attorney and made fn regards to cows -giving mtlkT Principal Evans and his excellent General Robert E. Lee .the Court. House" =Mtf.simmee. -.

rt BoUer.salary for leetallation work :jamVeneeri J. R. GllbeJt, clerk. What,is objected Is baring heeds of corps of teacher.;, (. [ ., Florida.. --, '. a

'S KaklsM. Ca. .......for eWtrie llcht The following resolution" intro 'drv Dasturioff streets.. The "for npre.inr. Sa Was the greatest general the, world Withwhom ,
cattle on our faculty term will be associated la' &berI.J
.. baS .
.ad ...... .... 11001 unanimouslyadopted eYel' known. Ballard's Snow
*. Mills, lunber. far duced which was The thing is clearly WroDR- The own I composed as follows: Liniment -la lobe greatest Liniment. \ of causes'' the law firm of 't I,

ctrto lUht plant..... . .. ... 4 M : era of these cattle haye no. right( to Principal,-R. .M. Evans. Quickly all Massey & Warlow, of .+
cures It is within
..._.... all.mis light poleLMcKea. *-... 81 W Resolved further That there shall raise them in town' and'our. Asst. Principal-Miss Alleen Moon. pains. :Orlando
.salary as sos ........ .... "f BOOotkDterafeetantOo. be Imposed upon any express company the reach of all. T. U. PolDtoer.Bemp.tead "
condition they
in the are.
streets Seventh and Eighth Grades,-Miss t
... .. OS Mp Texas, writes: "ThisIs ----!
business in town baring
doing It It said the council will not take "
Bessie Furen.
p e following --ordinance having an office In the town, a license tax action in the matter unless the to certify that Ballard's Snow Liniment p A. VANS AGNEW +
in referred to the City Attorney to any Sixth Grade!',-Miss Fersie. Over- has been used In ''my household :
of $25:>>, payable on the first day of October advocates of clean streets wlU go ,'. ,., "",.'9" .
examined as correctness of'.same !, 1907 for one year, from date before.them and urge them to, act. .street.' ,. ...:4 .. ?;$$\ (.*'\; .;* for years and.has been found, to I I ATTORNEY: AT LA.t''- : '.
Council and as there Fifth Grada.MlssAlbmaTSmith.Fourth be excellent Liniment :11-
returned an for Rheumatlo I
thereof, ,,J removal'' of ? AND. NOTAEY-PUELIc' ; .
Let. all who favor the dry ,
> no changes necessary!' by unanous Council then adjourned- meetTuesday ,. Grade,;-Mlss': 'Emma Futch. pain..> I am never without. it1!. ... '., "; :
of milk .
cows :
and the penning ; : '
vote of council .was placed September' 10th; 1907, at .8 leave their' names'at the Third. Grade,-Miss Mary C.4 Bryan.. Sold..t Robe lons Pharmacy. KISSIMMEE. 1'7LA.
at night,
_j>n its third readinr. whereupon o'clock.. : I Second Grade,-Miss Florrie Law-
m.Tuesday that there
office of this'paper so maybe
Dtlon duly seconded was put upon September 10, 1007. of action. i son. Love Finds Out the Way.A M. WIIJ: SON '
concert J ; JR.
First Grade Misses Emma Yowell
ELS passage which unanimously cartilf session. ,- .
Bee liquor ordinance in an- Council met in adjourned Kissimmee is the only town, so far and Beets ButJerMu'slcMrl. :' greasy little romance ;came D'ear

( Present: W. J. Sears president: C' as tbe knowledge of the .writer extends M. Brlttaio. being spoiled last Saturday night' ( NOTARY ,PUBLIC., >

An er column.ordinance) requiring public 1, L.: Bandy, T. W. Ellis and. J. R. where such a state of thing Is Elocution,-Miss C. Nancy Blasln- when Marshal P.. C. Hodges actingon }! STATE AT LARGE.'"' )' '1 j
| Gilbert, clerk. allowed.. Why should it be here? a telegram from the Sheriff oOrange Real Estate Agent.
lay's to pay a city license!' tax: was and game.Art.

produced and read a first time!, and ,, equalizing Having compleLedevle..lulC taxes for 1907, there beingno Y_ 0- r_ __CITIZEN.Hopeful ,-Miss Eloise\ Moon. train ;and county arrested met the Hans 8:15 Geiger southbound and KISSIMMEE. --, Lb IDAeWDALmDW'
seconded (
notion duly further business, Council adjourned Bass.Mr. Miss Lula Altman a young couple of
otion carried ) further action on to meet In regular session News of The Revival Services.
Sanford who were beet. on m.Lrlmonl.Kaiost ;
rue 'was deferred until r.ext regular Tuesday, Gctober 1, 1907, at 7:30p. m. Frank Bass who came home Hov. C. C. Cecil, the M. E. Conference : the wishes of the young ladle'; FRENCH F0ttl I IPILL8.F .;

,,-eting W J. SEARS several weeks agtf suffering with what Evangelistapd; his son mother. The couple were held till the { S

The matter of Improving and; equaling President of ('punt.J. was thought to be ioHamatory rheumatism Earnest the boy singer arrived' on midnight train, when they were sent ....... __ _--11- h.

the tax assessment for 1M07 was R. ClLHRltT. Clerk. !in the right knee was carriedto Monday, and began holding revival north in custody of J. C. Griffin aDd I . ,..=f'- ,.,
(ken but on account of the late- ._ Whir .........
up In the Methodist church the .t.a. wltl aN '
and Hospital at
Home services
1 co'unftll Ounce Prevention the Church J. A. McDonald, a deputy. sheriff of ____ .saw n... "yw,Mupwa ;,;;0
adjourned Alt
of the hour .. .
8S w w + M,1. '
p rwa
1 Orlando Monday.Dr. same evening.Mr. ; Orange county who happened to be
... ._ t..s..rt.jr.wl .
4th at 7 m. wswto.or..L 1' .
Wednesday Sept. p. of Thereare
\meet worth .
Is a pound cure.
Wlnn, lila attending physician Cecil is a strong and earnest here. The vounor man was carried to
continue said review on etjualWEDNKSDAYJSKPT many sufferers, Consumptives ;,
poor went. up to see tiim and called In Drs. _. I
l .Jions who are.hopeless of getting well. Persons and Christ of that city for -T '

t 4TH..1807. who, If they had taken care of themselves consultation. At first. it was thought YVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVV VV "4

Council met In adjourned session, would now be well. A coughs be but '
amputation would necessary 1
ere not being a quorum council ad the foundation of Consumption.:
examination It
urned to meet Thursday Sept. i'.th Ballard's Horehound Syrup will cure after. thorough; was
decided yesterday to'wait a few d&3"for'
t.. 7 p. tn that cough. Mrs. SGreat Falls. further developments, aDd Dr.
THURSDAY SEPT. (GTfI, 1IW7. Montana writes: "I have used Bal that his From J
Wino is now of the opinion Imported JapanWe
The council met In aUjburoed e.ilon -- lard's Horehound Syrup Iq my familyfor leg may be saved.

[ all members befog present. Oq >'ears-my children never suffer This will be gratifying news to Mr.

otion duly seconded action taken on with coughs, Sold by Roberson'sPharmacy. Bass's many friends, as I It had been _
5th wa re-
ordinance on Sept. .
quor understood that he would .
generally '
onsldered and said ordinance with- --1-__. -
have to loose his leg.
rawn. The following ordinance war ,. The Morgan-fee Nuptials.Both .. .
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troduced, and on notion duly I have just received a fine assortment' of' I
these young people are well
V. onded was read a second time and Bis; Barbecue at A. J. Sept. 27th.A .
known in Fort Pierce and popular with

ferred mmlues to ordinance reported committee favorably which on host of friends. Miss Morgan who big barbecue will be held at the I JAPANESE G.OODSS r

read a has visited her sisters. Mrs. Effie'Alderman A. J. picnic grounds Friday September -
seconded was
tlon duly
> and Mrs. Frank Roylance

condtime (iu rules. being which suspended u'nauo-) at ,various times, is looked upon byher There will be horse racing dano I of all descriptions, suitable for Birthday and I'.
ed pUt upon passaure .
friends of Fort Pierce
as being ,
and other .
tog gander pnlllng
In sports.A
carried. See ordinance .
ously and is by no means a stranger to come barbeoue dlpner will be served on Wedding Presents. "

nother column. Inart among us. Her jolly disposition has the grounds; FREE to everybody.

After reviewing and equalizing for W". made for her friends wherever abe is Plenty of Ice cold lemonade, soda S. I ..S

the Tax assessment In adjourn- known and she will be gladly receivedas water, ice cream etc, ; Our selection consists of Bamboo Portlers Screens Curtains ,
meet I
ooncll session\ adjourned Friday to Seot. 6th, 1907 at a permanent resident in Fort A deputy sheriff :will 'l Ire on the ,. Cushions, Pillows, Lanterns, Parasols., WIckerwork, and a :'numerF:

.Pierce. grounds to preserve order. I" ous and costly assortment of useful and ornamental' China andBricabrac. ,
j P. m.FRIDAY The groom is a Fort Pierce. boy and Everybody invited to come and '
1907. .
SEPT., 6TH, well liked by all. He is a young lawyer have a rood time. SAM BARBER. .

:The Council met. in adjourned W. of ability and the popular county JOHN FLOYD I ;,We would call attention to our ,Complete Line of Floor: Cover.Ings'fonsisting -

lion there IM.I1Ir'pre\ T. eQ W.J.E11U, judge of St. Lucie county. ; He has resided '. of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs.. ,Art Squares &c.all'at'.'' .
oilier C. L. Bandy
in Fort Pierce slnoe his graduation .
reasonable "
M, Whldden. ,.. and J, R. Gilbert from the law school of Stetson Council PaSses' .liquor; ..Ordinance.At prices. n

srlt., T,' W. Ellis University and has ororenhla, sterling ; ''the last session of 'the' town COME. AND, ,'LET ,US. SHOW YOU WHAT:: WE HAVE..
sident being absent ,
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worth in more 'ways' than one.;, Mr. council an ordinance to prohibit tbe _' _*_
s unanimously elected. president la of Frank. Fee president
r Fee a son ale Intoxicating liquors war 'passed

tern. of the bank of Fort Pierce who is also which;;, if enforced,, ''will ''materially 1
iAlter partially reviewing and equal ad- Mayor of Fort Pierce and president of aid ID-ridding the town of '!blll11t W. B. MAKINSONOQ1 r.,

(tl rsaid, assessment' council the Fee 4 Stewart Company tigers," and the cut/. fathers are to be ,'.. ,. '<,*
ed to meet .Saturday ,Sept. Ttta, 'accompanied his .brother KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA., '4
.e Mr. Fee, by commended for takingthis step. :The ; ..... ".
p.'mti Wm. IV Fee. left ;here Monday. ordinance will ba.-,;found i la another. y .
SATURDAY SEPT. TTH; 1907. for KlssUnmee, whore the column w ,
morning. of.this. issne:.
Council met In adjourned se*1 j' '. -'

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To ibis .modest request be and the

headmen fare an unqualified and FORTY MILLIONS In GRAFTPulled .'

: MAIW A'S REVENGE hearty assent, the more hearty, perhaps

because they never expected to Down In Administration of New
flnirer them.

The next thing I stinlated was tbat Yorfc-a Financial' Affair.-T a.. in Florida
r OR a I j' -:
if w* conquered the white man John payers of City Up in Arm. Doings

ALLAN QUATERMAIN'S GREATEST ADVENTUREBy Every should be banded over to me. S.New
to.elherilh any goods tba'the might r

t "" W" Halm. York. city will face them t .. .... .... .... .... .... .... ....,. .... .... .... ... ......- ..... .... .... ..... ......---..
7'J ''" colossal! I
: S ills cruel captivity was. I need"hardly expense account In Its history ,. +

H. RIDER HAGGARD. say tbe only reason that induced. me during the coming year. The n- Shcppard Oets .Appointment, Extensive, Colonization' Sclt.-'J

to o.In in so harebrained an l>enea of out deal has been closed and contracts '
expedition A
government a figured '
r "FAe + 6olei.ow'i Yivs"IXaY president appointed '
drtlge of i9 I The has finally
-2,,,,", ::: .. :: '_ ____=_,, but I was careful; from motivesof by the various bead : - policy, to keep this fact in the tacbigrotind. for the year of land lying; on
::; = : cxxnlng .mln round numbers "of 20,000 acres
s-=: l:.i districtof
. -____ r --S---- - ristrfcnudge! for the northern _
be about lUtf.OOO.OOO. This I I. and adjacent to I101g1'aDd Rocky
Xala. this condition.My Florida to succeed the late- Judge
d aud be avenged. accepted :
-_ 'CIIAPTEit VS ,0 may see TVambe > more than wa required to bayou., In Walton county. Includingall
y third stipulation was that DOwomen Charles .
with It, father, Swayne.Judge '
.. COJl.1uued.I "Will you -bear my or children should be killed. run the whole United State government In the holding! ot McKenzie tc. Rose
that daughter and l your cJanb.tet' Sheppard made a repuation +
\Iy men being: directed thereto byilaiwa. Tour in 1876. and shows Company In .that *ec-
This 'being agreed to we went on to an expenditure : and Uongy! : )
treated by aMstuku
bad wart fortunately rolled child;! should be ,so Florida In the prosecution: of the recent
consider ways and meauiWantbe : that eclipse anything ever heardof' flon, 'together.with: their mill,and 'q tip.some big, bowlder which My ? peonage cses for the!' governmentand
bear was it 'appeared. II' verypowerful : In municipal history. baa .bl'enlcurEd' by the Co-operative Cotes.
own .
about,, and with these we oou tnau- "wm! ye U'.. nun ft my reo. he was highly I ludorfced to the or property
'- aged: to block the passage'tbroncb: the pie?" petty chief; that is. be could 'out by statistician that at for .appointment.. monweitlth Fiscal Alliance of Chicago; ;

d } overhanging! ridge of rock in such: fa,h- -.Vo." ata an old In uc.. rising: -It, put at leant 0000 fighting men Into tbe 'least $40,000.000 of this huge amount president candidate, represented by Dr. M. W. Barrett who
1i*1d. and always had from 31)011' to 4(11II) There were several other -
'Jon tbat the soldiers below could not Is not to be borne."enough Mil go for graft. Men are growing rich spent some time In the section lastourliig'
suffered "t"the collected about hl< kraal wblth was : for the position and Floridians have
s possibly climb over It. aTe we overnight TIle only item in the budget '' looking for a suitable locationfor
band of these Maluku dogs ana tLelrloudtoupt"d supposed to be impregnable. watched the race with 'Interest The ;
s Indeed. M far ..'I could see they did this {r
; XaU.. on Ibe contrary could not at year that will not be seriously one of the biggest. colonization proJecU -
"not do chief news that )Ir: Sheppard had been ap
the heart
even try "to so: rasout
"* inch abort notice more than by tbe taxpayers !lathe entaWii-lit-d<< in Florida. t
of .bent, a. the Zulus Let us put it tc tLe if' collect caused genera) satisfaction. / ever ,
ray. pointed
a "Thm. having Tested a few moments, *- Is not to be- borne, indeedT: Mid (rom Unix> to 13iW men. though; beingof $33.000.000 that 1* asked for the The plans of, the alliance! call for f

r: ,ere took up the' load*. Including tbo.luska.f Xala: :but bowcan we make bead tbe Zulu stork they were of much public achools. Under Superintendent : Neat Month. the expenditure cf thousands of dollars t

I.orIh.t had cot u. so dear! against to great a I people?" better stuff for fighting purposes' than Maxwell! the New York public ,cbool.'ba.e State Encampment In the development of the section
Wambe's Matukiis. The Florida state are to go
:sad In siiehcfr marched on for a couple .Ink of him-a kof AZacumazhhn. gone from nearly the lopreststape troops and buudrc-ds of families are to be lo
These odd".though large! were not. Into 'canip-at PeniracoLa on the 16th tq
the wise white said Main-a, I (
/ of mile* tit so. till w-e reacbed a patch wan of efficiency In the couotrrt: 0 tbe of the country. A*
under the circumstances, overwhelm of month remain for a 'period cated. that part r
.f dense bnsb. minting[ at Wf'llow next
highest The teacher
are the best
1 manufacturing'eatabtishrnenta Ai.
s ;' And here, being otterly ..xhaudted.we t can we overcome "'ambt'. Micuiu iDs. :. of ten days and It is expected that a beginning toward tbe :
paid' in this or other and '
The real: obitacle: to our cbnnec of any country be located the
camped for the night taking the! this period will w lines* the '.
1\ tLe116n. success was the difficulty of delivering: they are appointed without the slight Mill Company la. to ,
precantloti. however: cf setting: a guard don the .jackal' overrescb work'ever experienced 'the members mill of the Boggy:
to'wateb : tialar a ctgshln; J.Jut: against M'ecabe's est political, Influence. All that I I. required rebuilt and fitted with 'r,
: apafcst'auy Attempt at earIrUe. -: of the state niilltia! as an exfcn- be entirely
sirontr nla< i> of them Is the socalledMaxwell )
. "By clererceM )Jlacumatahn. c-- to pas machinery in every t''J>t.'Ct. so
,_ I ".$o .tIbaU. you overcome \A>ml>c, Thls wis, It. arppanfd., fortified '1\11'! examination.: ." If they can rive program of maneuvers, bas been modern wasted from the

CHaPrliR "f. t Xala." '. round vrftb- schanles, or .stone; walls. do this their place Is secure. The ,planned aad will be carried out. .therrgaarirnty that nothing will b* *
; t." t ark. But this U -
;. .\this moment inerrartion; occomsl. a'cd contained numerous cafes and > officers of fort Barrancas timber except the >
caarstcc: result of this liberal 'pollrbat beento I
vnt; sus or .
In tbat .line.Ur .
topples In the Uit7 itle and at the foot and Flckeus where the men are to, be but the beginning:

f fotwahStaalln' =aU that n-c tad (gene A man entered, earl said .that ices- of the mountain n'hlrh uo force bad draw to New York city the very be stationed., hating caariie of the JJarrettha bn engaged for
perbap. indeed, on account cuer had arrived! fromVambe.. I ever been able to capture.It I best "teaching talent in tbe. country their "ta '. Nine com I years In octal .t-ul'n1l'nt work In Chicago
: : )
of it-foil was thoroughly worn oat- "\VLat is tLeir uietsdgeV) asked; was said l tbat In the time of the It conies hard sometimes on the native troop other titles! and will bring;
and and
fU' I slept flint night as soundly a* poor {pault are *cn> / Zulu New
Xala,, monarch Dlncaau. a great IiLpiof Yorker, but. as it inures of tomltiiMi
jObo, round whOM'ernllbed body the I 'they will\ hI!> divided btwe; Forts : with' hlin a
"'They come to a'
't' hyena( would now be prowling.: ter Malwa be tent back 1 and witli tier district, bad delirered: an assault upon there Is little or no criticism of the l'lek,nl and l'.arranca tents t beingstretched .t who have, tired of the strife ;

; Elfcinrefreshed at dswn. we went the wb-ite buiter.: the kraal then owned by a /orefatberof I Maxwell for their, accommodation': In the crowd cities. ai well a* practical

L. on our way tawQa1a'" kraal which. "lIn,... shall I mate n..n-er to this.3iaeumazabuY' I '\' aud been beaten/ luct with system.GEORGIA near the bar.a'ea:) : each place. farmers from th. middle west. r

r. ;jn: reached at IIl htraU. : : laid Xa!.., when the the los of more tuna HX'' meu.Having This nimbr of COn1Paaea: will comprise I -- -t"
It i. buiU ou open !grodnd after tbe tlouj-'Ijt. the qUI'.fI"h Iclosely REVENUES DWINDLE. ; Train .
Zulu: (fashion fence man bad withdrawn. orer. almost the cadre suite troop. !i. May Diacorninue+ Winter I
a ring and with
"Thus sbalt: thou cco".eI '!ItJ.; Interrogated JIaiwa: tr to the the men will The rfitire south Memo m a fair ',
> tha
lirebitbutt.: 'I/ after reflection.! fort 1C cat Ion* and t4t'-to.lo "TnJ.Li11 Uncle Sam Will Lose $600,000 Becauseof and It in expected :li
The cattle kraal Is behind/ and iit- much valuable exprl'iice, durlnsthe ; -, way. If report be true, to tuff T:: greatly i
: a "Say tbat tbe woman dial; be ''nt. I ruliarities of the "''I>Ot. and not ,t Prohibition Law. Rain :
fie to the left. J..I "weeks' 'With' the regular ] during the ("Omhl&'dnt"r' | tu.irlst season ;
result two work
anj I with ber. and then bJ: the oiessens The prohibition law parted by tbe '
Inleed. botb from their habits and ; I discovered ,. the regulars at the because of a determination on the j
/ .r, bejaue."Stay tlia kraal: I win\ last session of the Georgia legislature: arm, ho.Idlern. The :; *

.;: \ittelr.' talk, it wa easy to we that thee : I will hide inv i'f: here In :she. deed impregnable a front attack!; but, Its hands Into the pockets of 1 poet roinH l-<> six couipanl..,.. and the part of the rnKroad: to tafc> off the ,' -

'BntUnj belong to that section of ttzeBaaa Lot tbat tile men may hot see DIV." that It was vt'rF'.l ;;:lltly defended at I puts attacks and inaiifutr-rs. an well as 1target |1 fine through; fast passenger: tralr: !'I,,
people which duce T'Ch.ka'. I t"nce! Sam. cutting: down revenues to '
And '. tie rear which r.iu ui.tbe ':k> .- vt the '"or.lid. Jack.
I lfd. ; p practice wb'. tie 1:;-tnr1i) dls- that run eteii. N-w \ i,,
time bat "-D knowna the Zulu the extent of $600,0110. It is be- :
race. over
mountain-;indeed. ouI b. fivILI i; of
: )
Shortly afterward tfcrongb n crack\ will j
4\Ve dij the thief appearing(: rlflt-n. at Ko: : Pickcns. sonill.It
Xala that
yet in the but. I sew the iDfeus* nrrive clone vrnli I lfe\ed b) the, government official! stationed !
'the Southern 4
In !oJh T tularaaid ; Is attTted that
,. night. iicd great trout::eht-Iookiu; fi-I-: { The reason cf this was tLt: the In Atlanta: that this cutting: \* .artlclpatf! : Line' ;sn

o His daughter; Malwa wen: nn to hie: low they were mountain is quite <:'::; opt I down of the, internal revenues will result : state troop. I railway and the Seaboard Air .
private bmsat soon a. we arri.0.1 1 ... d take off their trains
by oni' be I have d cid< to
There se.rat patL.: supposed iu
were font of tl.em. and tl>, l : in the: abolishment of the Georgia: .
Terr shortly; afterward one of his; b...a Imeu bad evidently!; Jrj\.*lfJ Lau ,1"Tbey I I kibn-u only u theb ef and his s e-: u- I district entirely and Itti consolidation: The '' me of O'".'.- \111. Rave'e Coast Uur to do likewise It t I..* said. *

came to u.. bringing a sleep audomt .IW8.. end thl. being to, it had not of the Si-aboard and the Southern t
entered with s ""'oI;?;cr. and ; UarWcii" to phi arrr -rti that the
with either that of Alabama or South ;
meaite and mIlk with
him. qnatted down before Nala. IA>ln11..! The chief sent us greeting, be said "Well." I aid. wUen ho Lad ilnne."and Carolina.
"Your business: .said Xala. frown- '\ t tI
\ farmers '- to their proposition.It
and would of l>r Inliner
see us on -morrow. Inr. : DOW as to Ibis secret j-rith <..oftblllt' The Georgia district has ba:
i Meanwhile be dcnioniitratliis to .hat ..s.1 I I IB claimed! that the through vtl-
was ordered to bring ther and ;
"We come from Wambe.-hearins the kr.OTvrst boo nusbt of It- I IF. of the most important In''ttle poutb. i:< ,i

us to a place of reitlng.; wbere we and orders of Wambe to NaU. his servant." ".\ .** she answered ,"1 am uo fool I, j For the ducal >ear ending June 30th tent Utnvllle appreeliitcS| the establishment buled trains represent a great expense '

. .' nur goods kboufil be safe and: undis answered Ole spokesman of the party. ilnccmr.rafcn.: I 1907.' the receipts at tbe office of the of the cotton wart" iouso within and Incommensurate profit The road ?

turbed..Accordingly.. "Speak.r; said Nala.. a curious "Knowletjge learned l Ie power earn<- collector amounted to tbe goodly! sum her limit.*. At (cast l.Ioo people figure that they could do most .of the .1.
: Ire led the war to someTerr twitch of hl. "I won the secret of that I and Governor their regular 1
good buts just outside alas nervous-looking moot 11. path. of 163:,110.98. The district of South farmers and their" famllle business, If not all by \>
;r These are the words of Wambe: ".\nd cauft thou jnilile an Ia private inclosure. and here we sleptcomfortably. I Carolina collected but $::6.10.,1:9.
'Send back the so that It ball fail ntou the ;,
wife. on. tuna
woman my ; I net. and other distinguished men of. of operating the rolling palares. It I Is '
while that of Alabama garnered $16:; ,-
who has run from kraal. and (ruin behind? I IYe.
On tbe morrow, about S o'clock' the away my the state were quests of the town. | declared that the travel could be hand- :1
send with teethe white man who has .. that; I do. If only Wainl>e"s" : > 3.2' into the government trea.ury.But
.beadman: came again and said that Governor Hroward Uell\"red the address' led punt a* well, though .p'rbap* not t t.a
hunt the
dared to In iny country withoutmy people know not tbat the I :pioiiif<< $30.074.83 was
Nala requested. that I would vliit hint.Accordingty :. leave and to slay my toldier: for if they know, then, can they blovlf Georgia district from source other of the da), tpeaklng to the farmer cottimodlousty. The northern! toc:: .:,}

I followed him into tboJd.te ...... '* ... under the headof will not want to :
however jQID
:"T. are the words of \'.m.,.. the .aT. than those incidental to the liquor traf ass an organization 1st.
inclosure. and
to the ..hld-a fine looking was introduced man/ of "And If I cay I will uo: send them?" "So. then here: Is my plan. I ILbtl'n. fic. This amount was bald In taxes the .'ann.r,,' Co-operative and Kdutationai I south In the winter nnl.... the best \

about fifty, with very delicately shaped asked" Xala.Then ": Xala', and nay If it be good! ; by the cigar and tobacco factories of I'nlon of America.The accommodations po.istMe' are accord .:);'
on behalf of TVambe: we declare or. if you have a better, chow it forth.
a hand and feet and a rather nervous I the state. him. It 'I. this' fact Oat makes the *

d moatlu war noon von. i"Wambe "Let messengers so out and summon Charlotte Harbor and NorthernfylroadfslYnowt.rnnnlpg predicted action of the railroad objectionable. -
The chief was seated on a tanned as .": will eat yon op; .,', ,, ,,, rl all thy gatheredthereF'' ( ,-, RIOT ql\\, /. regular train ., pcogtli would be
:bide He wlU. wipe, yon ont,' 00''the third'day' from flow;: 4-:::[;X\ 'i1 i- ) ... ,"II ' '
onttUe bit hnt. ;;' / Your kr"I ', 53 But his side' was his daughter Malts; .11.11 be lampJflatBO" -?; This being done, let the Impl, led by:--1 ;v. "i c--1; ," ; \ f'' 'JtJ.: ; 'If '.
and round him *; and with an expressive) gesture he Malwa, march on the morrow Oftb"'j j L'Laboring']4 Msn in ":Vancouver,, British thel j
;ilxannobe. were ,some squatted twenty on headmen their drew his band across -bis mouth to fourth
oT'. Indnnas. whose number was continually show bow complete would be fhe annihilation talus let Itwtrarel, along on the other A riot occurred In Vancouver, British night The t trfp'la becoming very pop Florida Mid-Winter International Exhibition '11
': fJf the chief who dared todefy side of the mountains till it come to I it them a to jive Florida
'added to by fresh srrlra! Wambe. I' Columbia late Sunday right In ularltb citizen, a* give Company a t.

1 These mea sainted me as I entered, "These the place on the farther tide of which which two thousand Chinese were I chance to fish and take ft plunge In Mid-Winter exhibit in Jacksonville. d i
are heavy words said :Xala.: Is tile kraal AVambe; that ball bo
and the ('hlelro.. and took BIT band i urf. The railroad I 15 pushing the I Dixieland Park from January 14 to
the at ,
Let me think before I give; an an some three days' Journey in all abo3t! driven from their home and $ "<>.<>00 I .p
ordering to alt!' 'on.When.a stool to be brought for me swer." 120 miles worth of property destroyed. The local work and will I soon have'
this was done, be with much Then followed a little piece of acting "Tben, on the night of the third day'sjourney governor was burned in offlgy by dock facilities. The harbor I la one of I Include, prominent gentlemen -' .!

eloquence and native courtesy thanked that wa really very creditable to let Ma lira lead the Impl in ten thousand laboring men at the the best In the state. Arrangement "from New oYrk, :N'orfolk Jacksonville

me for protecting his daughter to the the untutored savage mind. silence up the secret path' that It close of a parade a&d an anii-oriotal have been made connect with a line and Europe. fifteen in num \1\

painful and dangerous circumstances The herald 'W'ltbdnbut not oat of comes to tbe"crest of the mountain demonstration of steamers in October! from Boca bcr. Governor N. I n). Hroward has been

j In which she found herself placed.. and of eight and Xala went through the show that I Is above Ute Strong Dace, and The police were unable to quell the Grande to. Mobile, and Tampa. This requested and has 1 i.romlited to urge "4
earnestly consulting Indunas.Tbe ; here: let it bide the
also among rocks. .
complimented me very highly upon girl Miawa, too. flung herself at ".) riot or make any arests for a time, will Rive Arcadia merchant much lower every county In the state to send an '
'Meanwhile tbe sixth
on day from
<< what bot 'to
was pleased call the his feet and appeared to weep and Implore let but they finally got control of tbe rate from these points.At exhibit to Jacksonville! for this occasion :
bravery wltb which I bad defended the now, one of the Inundas of Xala.
his protection, while he I and from the )>rtK ant Indication:
pass In the rocks. wrung bring with him two hundred men that situation. ,

I answered la appropriate term. bis hands all though in doubt ana aria have guns, and take me and my men as a recent special 1 meeting' of tbe,I the exhibit us a whole, will be a t
MJ- .
tag that it was to Malwa' herself tbat. uUtlou of mind. prisoner, and take also a girl from I EMBEZZLER FLEES TO CANADA. Tampa rlty council the subject of saloon -grand sureem from the \'pr.tart.)/, ,.I.

I' ;' ChaD;s were due, for bad It not been At length be summoned the messengers among tbe Butlana people who by' .1ICt.'nM's was the principal" topicof

for her warning and knowledge of tbe while to Miawa draw near sobbed and addressed them form and face is like unto Malwa and President of Manufacturing Concern consideration and under a suspension J. II. McWIllkuiiK. who war. general

i. country we should not bare been here his aide."R'ambe. very realisticallyat bind her bands and pas by tbe road of the rules an ordinance" fixing freight" and paswiRcr agent of the AU ,
?" to-day while as to tbe defense on which we came, and, through the Levants With $135.000.
of the
the saloon license of the city at $750: Junta Kiiox\lll > and
pats.. I was flghtloc for uiy life and Is a great chief" said Xala rutting: in the cliff on to the kraal of The appointment of a receiver for Northern railroad ;r

that put heart Into one. *'*nd this woman Is his wife, whom 1Va mbe. .. the properties of tbe Beldlng-Hall was passed. Tampa may now be truly when that line wan taken oYt'r by

These courtesies conclnded. Xaa! be has a right to claim. "But the men shall. take no shield or Manufacturing company at Chicago chassed among the high license cities.A 'the Ixml vll-! > and Naslivllle railroad. "

''She must return to him: but her In order to conduct a saloon] has be<>ii
railed appointed
upon his daughter: MaiwaJLo tell plume with them only their CTJUS:: and followed close upon the heels of the man. Rtneral freight -

. her tale to the headmen and this she feet are sore with wtlklJlI: ; .abe can one abort spear, and when they meet discovery by the creditors of the concpfni I must pay in license fee $:SOU'; to thecounty and passenger agent tif the Tampa i

t did most simply' and effectively. .. not come now. .the people of Wambe they shall] My It $5
She reminded them that .she lindCone "In eight days from this day the that they come to give up the woman that missing president, Jeste the municipal government, making a at Tampa. CliYulurH. !have

, as an unwilling bride to Wamhe; ball be delivered at the kraal of and the white man and hIs party to Edson Hall baa appropriated to bin been 'Is
of $1,750. sued by ,
r total President
h that no cattle had been paid for tier Warabe; I will send her with a party of Wambe, and to make; atonement to own uses at least $125.000 of tbe corporation II. M. Atkinson

because Wambe bad threatened war If my men. Wambe. funds. announcing: the appointment,' of Mr.

he was not !rent as a free gift "\1 for the' white hunter end his "So shall they pas In peace, and Tampa cigar shipment keep Jump- !McWIlllanm. The Tampa| Northern

Since she had entered the kraal of men I have naught to do with them traveling thus. on the evening of the BABY WAS SAFE OUTSIDE Ing higher and higher. Total cigar: which Is controlled and operated by ,

TVambe her days h.d0 day of and cannot answer for their misdeeds. seventh day. we shall. come to the gate; chipped! for the week ending August the Atlanta BlrailiiKfconi and Atlantic '

heaviness, and her nights nights cf) "Tbey bare wandered hither unasked of the place of "'lIwbt'. aDd High! the 31. were 5120000.> Total cigar shipped railroad. l I. a new HnoVunuIng from

;creeping by me and I will deliver them back gates there Is. so says )Malwa a koppfe But Father Thought Otherwise and I previous to this time for the Tampa to Hrooknvlll. \

Sbe bad been beaten, she bad been whence they came, tbat Wambe may very strong and full of rocks and carts Lost Life In Burning Horn 1907, amounted to a

neglected<< and made to do the work of Judge them according t? his law. but having; no soldiers thereon except John C. Adam of Cornelia. Ga. I 3 ear of cigar'j I The -

w a lowborn wife-she, a chiefs daugh .me) shall be sent with tbe girl in lime of war. or, at the wont but a was burned to death in bis dwelling Total shipment dry campaign\ In Putnam l'tfJt p
r" -. ter. "For amounted to 1 If,1.7:>,000. Total on In full blast, and
yon, go few snob a systematic '
Jour ways. as can easily be overpowered."Tbis Tuesday night SblP-1 campaign 1
She bad borne a child and this "Food shall be given without the nient for the corresponding 1 I. being waged ,
Ii l was yon being done at tbe dawn the story of tbe child.' kraal, and a present for Wambe in must the Impl on tbe mountain bebintl made of last year were 169835000. Increase I have taken the (Initiative In the dry ,
I 11 o'clock and Mr. Adams a
Tben. amid a dead silence tbr toM: atonement for the ill-doing; of my the town light! a fire, and put wet : for 1907 amount to 14340000. .I movement. The .principal village In I
them tbt, awful tale which she daughter. I have hard struggle to save the building. ,
bad already spoken. ;crass thereon, so tbat the smoke goes the county will be .t
narrated' to me. At first the heralds' seemed inclined np. Thinking his baby was still In the R. II. Buford. a well known lawyerof .1 speaker and vlnlted by dry '

When be bad finished her bearer to Insist upon Malwa' arrompa.nylng Then at the eight of the smoke will house, he rushed In and was not able Is a candidate for the district I literary nml musical entertainers. }

Cave a loud ejaculation.Our them then and there but ultimately on we In tbe kopple begin to shoot Into to come out Liter It was learned that Quincy Northern district Tho election will be held }
the :
they aald-"ou: 11.1.... daughter being shown the swollen condition of Use town of Wambe. whereon ell the his wife had the baby safely outside. attorneyship of [ on the 30l!i innt., when the weal br

ef :Xslar"AT. her feet, they gave up the point and 1 I soldier will kill 11.. of Florida made vacant by the woe of the liquor traffic In the county ;'

." she wt"Dt.0, wits 'flailing departed. I "But we will bold our own. and while appointment of William B. Sheppard will be declded.,

eyes-".Y} It" I"s true. When they" were well out of the way i we fight tbe Imp shall charge down FIVE YEARS BRIBERY. to be Judge.. -

'MrtToutb la as full of trulh 'a. a I emerged from tbe but. and we went. the mountain side and climb: the ,FOR The Miami
-.r Electric
flower situation
my eye and make ;. acbanaes. and pot those who defend telephone systey Jn Fort Mead I
The -
are like tbe dew upon the grass at our plans.. them to tbe assegai. and then falling ''rlee:. Telephone Official Convicted officials have announced that no more
nj.It. First of all I and Sentenced to Prison. In now, ft fact Already the present ",
a a* was careful to 'ex cpon tbe town shall 'anrprise 1t. and car win be run for several week II
Is true: I saw the child die.'Ilere plain to Xala.! I was not going to give drive the soldiers of TVambe a* the At Ban Francisco Monday Lois subscribers wonder bow they cou'ldeTer to come. The suspension f

Is the proof of It. councilor. ," him my experience' awl services. for wind blows the dead husks of corn. Glass, rice president nerd she drew forth the little dead band nothing. This I* plan. I and ii necessitated
my Jiat'eIpokt :> States Telephone and Telegraph company modern Improvement tell the to make a
's and held It before them. I heard thatWambe bad a stockade .:.Our: said XalaIt! is gooj It is o'f and loin the thorough; repair of the car, -
'' J ; convicted having bribed Supervisor other to hurry procession and do
rOo. i
they Ula the
said out much-needed
again round bis
kraal to
work ,
made of elephant tucks;!!,. very good.; Ijon to toward convenience and .. prosre .
rgan vote track.
dead band. again This
, These tusk la the To b will be a
1: event of oar_SUN great disappointment
Tea." She conttnnsd'It Is She dead ceedina; In our eaterprl4et; I 'bouhl -, .'- '- granting; a franchiso to 'the Home Telephone -' **. And, many have Already given to mauv Of the citizens of

band of my'dead child and I bear It ctalu-as 'my perquisite'with- 'The company, was sentenced by.Judge'Lawter their order to the, manager proviso with );
: .trouble' much c.r,1I, are
preaching! IM a great COD
wJh me' that I may never forget, never that XaU: should furnUb .... wltb that it la advertising; truffles to. ,fin years la' prison company, for' Instruments whichwillb TeDIe-n, ;

tv deg __ abort b'. nr, tbaltl) Ore tbat 1pt ,Iftl men t.o. .carry them down to tte coast. people. need potatoes. wben" tfM-.-* In I at, Baa Qnentln.; put In :within the present month. .< .. r J
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Condition ,Do '
Board In Washington Places' I hear." / : ; -
Tea- -It's called 'Pygmalion.* and '
at '2.7 on 25th,, UI :. 'wi'th"severe'
t'a having 'remarkable sale iaChiloge. < ,
- .laps and ChinesBJn Vancouver The 'trop reporting bureau of the Farmers' Union' Places Min ( .* Headacheswheri

board of statistics of the deportment Way In .Chicago particularly: .

Arming, Themselves, ot' .agriculture! at Washington, find, imum Price of Cotton. -Wstl. I believe, the, people there
tvere misled by: the first syllable. They >
from the reports of the
,correspondenta thought: the booTt bad something: 'to

and agents of the bureau that the average do with their great, home 10dult1')."
N PROBLEM FOR .CANADA condition" of cotton on August FIRM STAND IS Catholic Standard and Times "

I :3S J was '72.7 as compared with 73 on ..,;.. .

July !S, 1903. 77.3 on August 25 1906. .

'Sunday' Rioting In British Columbia 72. on August 23, 1905, and la.ten-year;, Also.Fixed MinImum'Prlc.. for PROOF. .

Port Leadi to Tangled, Situation, average ot 74.G. 'Other Products-President Bar "Is he Intelligent- and well-in

Which British Government' The' following table shows the coin rett Again Heads the formed' ?" .._. .. u I
"Is be? Why, lie's been summoned t C _... _
Must Straighten Out. dltlon or. Auguat'- :I ,hi the ..;.various' Organization. Its a talesman a dozen times and never Will, Cure You '
states: :, ;
got on a Jury yet.-Phlladelphha '
Virginia .. : .'. . ., . .,. 77 Ledgor.: The flier Is the maln- rlnlf tot the whole body: To expect

There Is greaUapprehonalon of further -' North Carolina .. . ;. ?. .. 78 The convention of the Farmers' good health, one must keep the liver in good order.' To do so"

antl-Asfatlc rioting In South Carolina:;' : . ; 83 Cnlon In Little SURE PROOF, a regulator Is needed. HerMna will put your; liver In the oon-' 1
ttjinoouver, ., .' Rock, Ark., Wednesday dltloa It; should be and ;you will not Buffer from headaches.
Georgia . ,. .' . ' 8t The Bride-How do you know that f ;1
.British Columbia' and all day Monday t I' ,, morning; unanimdusly adopted the ''
Florida .. .Ii ",_' .._ ? ,. 80 man across the..aisle Is a pugilist A POSITIVE CURE
Japanese and Cblneae >crowded,, the report of the committee especially appointed The, G listen how'
:Alabama' ,'. ." . ;. ,. 73 : hulk.-Brooklyn :

loal gunshops to buy firearms" and Mitietesippi! . ..: .'.. . . ,. 72 for that purpose to fix the fluently Eagle.: FOR;I CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND I

ammunition.". They declare they willUfend .Louisiana . . . _. ? .'. '. '69 prtcof cotton at IE cents per pound Tltf<"VKLT.OI1' MAX FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA ;

themselves and 'property. In' Texas .. . . . .. .. .87' .The"* prices on wheat t corn and .sea And One of Ills Ways. AND ALL LIVER-COMPLAINTS.

Vase the oriental Quarter'' again at Arkansas . ,. . ? 615 Island

tacked. It Is feared there will be blood- Tennessee . ., .. .. . 18 ottpn! were 'Also! made. . y
To call a man a'liar seems rude, so Has Done A World Of Good. :
abed for the Japanese and Chinese Missouri . ? .. . ._ .. 75 The, ,convention condemned the we will let the- reader .select his own'

thoroughly alarmed and are'con Oklahoma . . .. ? .. 72 methods of a Texas'''warehouse company term: Mrs. 0. D..Philley, Marble Falls Texas writes "I have> p'

winced the'police are powerless to'pro Indian Territory . . . 70 which Is operating In Texas Oklahoma ''Some time ago the Manager of used llerbine and find It the best liver corrective I hare of ever
tried. It done my family aa well as myself a world good
feet them. before dark Monday "Collier's'.Weekly" got cross
Shortly \ and Louisiana.: This companyis very and I reoommend it to all my friends.. I never aufier from
f the police notified the gunshops States with us Because, we would not continue "
Average for tbe United : 1%.7 an independent headaches anymore.
4 ,concern, comPosedof
to advertise In his
v to ceasn selling firearms to anyone for The census bureau also Issued its paper SOc WILL IT. '
outsiders, at the head 'of which We have occasionally been attacked -
the preient. Detore the order was Is- first bulletin. 'on the. cotton crop of several Bit:
are bankers. Acting Governor by editors who have tried to
sued however several hundred CM.i the season as .shown by returns.from Plndall addressed the convention .at force us to advertise la'their papersat Ballard Snow invent Co.
had armed them-
reps/ and Japanese the ginners. showing a total of 191,416 Its morning session. their own prices, and, on their own ?

selves: bales up to September i, as comparedwith The price of sea island cotton conditions,- flllllnc In which we were 500-563 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS; MO.

All Chinese and Japanese: In .domes. 407,531 bales up to the same was to be attacked through their editorial
fixed at 44'
48 and 60
tic circles, of -whom' hundreds are employed period 'last year: In this statement pound. per columns. The reader can fit a name.

Vancouver, have 'Stopped round bales are' counted ax halt to that tribe. Sold and Recommended by

work and have .beeu forced by' the bales. The great falling
threats of their countrymen to .act as to 'the lateness of the crop. read the following: report: -Collar's" was a wild cat of the For .Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

part of the defensive fcuard. .Orl ntal. "We, your committee, beg leave, to Sinclair "Jungle bungle": type, a person .
The shows that there were
with curdled gray'matter, but It
submit the following report: That the
employed the mills have also stopped
In operation September
only 4.0C7 ginneries minimum seems strange that the owners would KISSIMMEE
work and have taken In price of cotton be fixed at
q refuse 1. this year, as compared with descend to using their editorial columns
the Jluartera occupied by their coun 6,628 In 1906. The product bv 'ntat II'1 13 cents for ,September, and one/:toyrth yellow as they are, for such

trymen1! wl'E' -re they are preparing. to for. tho present year Is as' follows: : of one cent per pound Increase per rank out and out falsehoods as ap

axBlst In oinionliiK any furtheir attacks Alabama . . . . .7.343 mouth for six months, be Axed. as pear In their Issue of July 27th, EROUTE.: :

that may bo mad: Two hundred special Arkansas 8- our standard." where the editor goes out of his way

I colic?men were sworn In Monday The warehouse committee recom to attack us. and the reason will appear -
Florida . . . . . 5* '
the mended the'building of warehouses tolerably clear to any reader STEAMER LILLIE 8TKAUCR ROSJlaDCapt.aID .
Red there Is ,talk of calling out Georgia 1. allover
who understands the venom behind It., Clay Johnson 8r. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.
military. Feeling: runs high and an Territory 3 the south for the purpose of
Indian We la follows
quote part as :- '
Mttnck h I likely to occur at any time. Louisiana . 112 holding the staple for the price and "One widely circulated paragraph Regular wetly'Bu.lnC81' return. Bossada leaves Klssta
see Tuesday and arrives Klisimmea
morning, Friday
Ho far there baa been no One, killed MlsdlllihJI,1 . . . . .1.128 also to sell direct to the spinners. labors to Induce the Impression that evenlD"apeclal :
Trips to Lake' Fort Myers'oa the U1UsR ,
severalof those Injured In the Direct-trade relations with the obviate the j
hIlt :North Carolina 43: manufacturers Grape-Nuts will necessityOt Comfortable accommodation'tor pu.e.gen. Rates reasonable, "
riots are In a serious condition. The 5 are assured. The minimum an operation appendicitis. ThisIs
Oklahoma . .. The most picturesque Waterway in Florida.1W ,
Oriental quarters showed the effectof price for wheat was fixed at $1 lying?and potentially, deadly lying '
South Carolina .3.040. per Passenger and Freight ltat e &ppl7 to< '..
the riots Not a window In the 143.101year bushel; corn 30 cents; oats, 35 cents. : Similarly, Postum continually CULT JOHNSON. 'Sa. '
Texas . . . . . makes reference to the endorsementsof Proprietor,
fifty or more stores and other placesof Last Texas had ginned 328.538) These rates apply to the grain belt a 'distinguished physician' or 'a On board "UHis." Klsslams. rift'

bunlnein conducted by Japaneseand bales before September 1, Charles S. Barrett Of Georgia was prominent health official! persons as

Chinese rsnlalnsand costly stocks again elected president O. P. Pyle mythical, doubtless. as they are mysterlous. -' ,

of Rood art badly damaged. It Is CRIGGS AND RODDENBERRY of Texas placed In nomination the ."

...aId that arrangements are being name of Mr. Barrett and J. L. Lee We' do not hesitate reproduce. . .//:-.:- .

made to demand heavy Indemnity' from Hot Congestions! Campaign .to of Georgia seconded it. Mr. McCulloch thete-mendaclous falsehoods In order

the city, but It l III reported that Mayor Open Second District. of Arkansas was elected secretary, that-lt may be made clear to the public Disappearing'
Georgia what the facts are, and to nail the ,.e'.
liethune hat said that not one cent Miller
of Texas, Morris of Alabama
The liveliest ,
political'setto which liar up so that people may have look
of Indemnity will b", llall. Tire mat has taken place In Georgia In. many Wilson ot Mississippi and Jeffords of at him. If this poor clown knew

ter will l>* finally .taken up by the months occurred In Tlfton Monday be. Oklahoma 'wore elected educative com what produced appendicitis, he might .1 e e ..' Monarch
Dominion Rovernment. The Japanese twren
consul In Vancouver and Aaron In congress from the second convention adopted the plan of ot Grape-Nuts would prevent It. Let .
who Is In I It be understood that By Thomas Speed Mosby.T .
Uhl. director; of commerce!, Georgia district and Judge Anderson the state business agents to establish appendicitis .
facts results from long continued disturbance
the city, have communicated Roddenberry, who would like to be. a national bureau. This bureau or the
government In Tokto. in the Intestines caused primarily Is noticeable that the early western travelers speak
to the Japanese Judge Roddenberry bases his campaign will be located at the national head food and ,described ,by Lew1ll' .
I reported to have by undigested chiefly by grizzly, as the -wblte 'bear It li so.
J Baron tab I also! Is upon his, record &II'a prohibitionist q artera. Through the medium ot this undigested starchy food, such as and Clark and James O. Pattle, narrating his fathers,ezr
the riot to Ambassador
cabled. report. of and his dsilre to wipe' out the bureau the producer'of the west may white tread potatoes rice. partly peditldh in 1814, spoke of the 'great number and pnusu&t e

KooAiura In London, with a request liquor traffic In 'other states in the sell hi.' prbducts to the consumer of cooked tereals, and such. These lie ferocity of, these "great white bears. J3o great, were thair

that te take .the matter up) with union, while Judge Grlggi stands upon the south direct and vice versa. The in the warmth and motsture of the numbers la that early day, that In .a single day's, Journey

the nrltlsh government. .In his despatch his record made during tbe last ten establishment of the bureau is considered bowels In an undigested state, and Pattie, counted two hundred and twenty of.them, eight or,

Daron Ishl states that the po decay generating Cases,' and irritating which had attacked the party and were killed. This was'.
In congress.
years one of the wisest moves! the un.
lice force baa done Itt best but thatIt ; the mucous surfaces'untll. under- on September 15, 1824, while the party was passing.tnrouga

Is unablo to.'cops with the mobs. ion has yet made. The reports of the such conditions the lower" pert of the the territory now occupied by Cheyenne County, Colorado.,, A few days later

also have .been sent'' to CHOICE MUST Bt UNANIMOUS. officers show a great Increase In mein colon and the appendix become In. further south, the grizzlies became so. numerous that twenty men were rs-

Telegram Nosse at bershlp and finances. The reports of volved. Disease" seta up, and frequently quired to guard the camp Irom' their onslaughts each night' So much for the
General '
Japanese Consul Roosevelt WWI Run If Entire Country state onions'1 indicate that the movement of a form known as appendi "solltar)"'"! nature of the grizzly back' In "the twenties." Writing of the P*sOd.

Montreal. Wants Him Says Longwprth. Is gaining favor with 'the real citis. of the early "forties," General Freemont In his memoirs, speaks of ba.vln as.
Four attacks were made upon the Now then, Crape-Nuts food was herds under the oaks of Sea
A dispatch from Honolulu quotes producers of wealth en the farms of great . these monsters feeding gregariously ,
oriental quarters Sunday and much made by Mr. C. W. Post, after he had Bernardino In California. Such testimony tends'to show that, the great
Congressman Longworth as saying:
the south, north, east and west.At .
damage wa done. The Chinese merchants "President Roosevelt will' not become an attack of appendicitis, and required grizzly: was not always the I lone<< wanderer that we- now know him ,to be.aaH
and others promptly fled, but Tuesday afternoon's session Miss some food*In which the starch tends to show moreover, tbat/be/ once liked the valleys better than Ms present

opposed the mob and a candidate for renomtnatlon unless Lula Gresham, daughter .of the foun was prsdlgested. No> such food exUtad dreary and solitary abode. Indeed tile explorers of the .West found him; '

the Japanese their property. A the entire country demands it der of the order,'was, amid great enthusiasm I ; from his knowledge of dietetics qually at home in the parched fastnesses of the Great Basin. In the fertile

fought to protect had Just arrived lie hal firmly made up his mind to elected' member of the I he perfected the food; made it prI- valleys or among the Ice-bound peaks, whether feeding: upon berries or bison,

dozen Japanese who Canadian Pacific stick to this course and only a more national,union and a member for life. .marily for his own use, and. afterwtards herbs or human flesh, -and -."el7where. ,.'at allv times, -monarch' of all.h. sw- ,
were attacked on the widespread demand for him to accept introduced it to the public. ,In veyed." *
Hon. P. Pyle of Texas; delivered
railroad wharves and thrown Into the nomination will alter his determi Q. this food the starch Is transformed But he Is passing! In the place where, ae'l'entT.ftiyear.. ago, two hundred ","
beautiful tribute to the founder of '
the water but all were rescued. During nation." a by moisture and long-time cooking of his powerful tribe could be counted in a day's journey, he It now but. ,
of Japanese the order and recited many of his Into a form of which is easily shot at,
the disturbance, a number sugar a tradition and a memory, and he Is a lucky sportsman who gel one 1l
were seriously Injured and several trials and hardships in the struggle digested 'ar.d does not decay In the a grizzly In a.lifetime. Driven to the inaccessible retreats of the mountains. ,, '

white men were stabbed.A 'WOULDN'T' WORK WITH NEGRO. Incident to the organization of the Intestines. It Is a practical certaintythat' he Is making his last stand against a race which has already robbed h1m ot w

Londoa special says: The news Fanners' Union. when a man has approaching those myriad herd of buffalo antelope, 'and elk which were once his pry.. l r

and Chinese Whites Employ.d' Power\ Plant Judging from the attitude of manyof symptoms t1l appendicitis, the attack and from his icy summits where only the American eagle soars. 'In solitary

of the attacks on Japanese did Dam Throw Up Their Jobs. the and the appointmentof can be avoided by discontinuing all grandeur he looks down .upon a hereditary dominion, which"U,to .b. his no
at Vancouver, n. C. not The contractors at Hales Bar locks delegates food except Grape Nuts, and by prop- 'more forever. '
the colonial and foreign om. a committee on Immigration, the washing out the Intestines. mighty a'
surprise and dam power plant at Chattanooga; erly We.have known him but a hundred years. Was there ever so
dais In London,, who had long feared Tenn.t Monday morning discharged a flghtr against immigration it la thoughtIs Most physicians are now acquainted monarch with reign so brief! W. cannot compute the exact rat at. which
Asiatics In to become national In its scope. with the facts, and will verify the of his en-'
the statistics
an outbteak against white elevator/ holster and put a negro he. disappearing (It Is far easier to get at the mortuary ;'

western Canada: 'but they have the and as a result 34 Many of the states have already spo statement. emles), but, as, events go It Is likely that there will still be.tlgera III ,ID41a "
in place,
greatest confidence In the ability of : to ken'' against the admission. of undesirable Of course, this .Is all news, 'and and lions Ip Africa long after the last.echo of the grtziiys growl has died
white workmen! struck refusing should be education to ,.he per.onwho mountain home.: But he', will die' **
the Canadians to suppress any further hun our country, ana among the peaks-and precipices of his "
under the conditions. One writes the editorials for "Col *. -
work he lived die becomes America monarch-"the gamest of the-gam
At the same time the'officials the organization is te take a as an : .
disturbances. works now least '
dred Italians on the same lIer:_, aud who should take at Harper's Weekly.
j ) realize that a most serious struc'j a few days: ago. more universal stand against it some training before he undertakesto 1

"problem Gas arisen. writ for the public. ... -
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FIFTY FARMERS INJURED. MILEAGE BOOKS KNOCKED OUT. Now as to the references to "a distinguished marina
UNDER SEA. food supply of many of the anlrnalB -
DOOM. physician" or "a prominent EARTHQUAKE
largely' to
were destroyed a
Will Be Asked Travelers' health official" being "mythical -
Were Waiting Around Glnnsry When New Deal by Fish, of Destruction of Minute depth of ten fathoms, and as a' consequence '
We here to Effect Upon
Twenty-Seven, Lose Life In Virtual Protective Association.An persons. are wager"Collier's .the scarcity of the food caused ""
Boiler Exploded. Life.
Weekly or. any other Plant and Animal
tbe death o"f the fish to such an extent :
Death-Trap Mine.FIre injured at Hoi.. interchangeable mileage book at liar amount of of the sea f
Fifty people were skeptic or any money Far below the surface that In .Sardinia thefishing, Industry 't'',

occurred Saturday at ..the Es- land Texas, Friday afternoon when the flat rate of 2 .cents a mile will they care to name; and which they the earthquakes make as much com- practically was ruined,' ',
will cover, that wo will produce proofto firma. Tbs latest t
peransa mines, near Coahuila. Mexico the boiler of a ginnery engine explod soon be asked by the Travelers' Pro- any Board ot Investigators that we motlontas eruption on terra of Vesuvius was observed One of the most curious effects/ of; rpS

1 twenty-aev'en Mexicans were teStlvo Association of Georgia through volcanic the shower of clrfders was to cans5/, ';
In which ed. Many of' the Injured were farmers have never yet published.1. advertisement "with respect to Its effects in f: '

killed and many Injured. and patrons of the gin. a petition to be filed with the railroad announcing<< the opinion of'a the Gulf of Naples by Dr. Salvatore Lo certain animal! -to ,throw oft all appendages -:
In the endeavor
prominent physician or health before the eruption, : to protect yes
The fire Is supposed to have been There were hundreds of wagons commission. official' on Postum or Grape-Nuts. Bloneo. Chicago The day Tribune not a sar. themselves.' The lobster Is oa* of the>

caused by flre damp.Conaternatlon waiting to have cotton handled, and Since the reduced passenger rates 'when we did not. have the actual dine says the was to'be; caught In the neighborhood. \: familiar animals that adopts the philosophical .;.

resulted among the farmers from all over the county went into effect the mileage books for letter 'In our possession. It can be although It was the height: of ) plan of giving up much to :

account of the were at the gin. When the boiler merly in use became valueless, for easily understood that many prominent the sardine season, for by some sixthsense save more and when caught will automatically a

miners employed on debris struck the waiting oftentimes the straight tare was less physicians dislike to have their fish seemed to know of the detach a.claw nnd.le..e It In
number of mine accidents that have burst flying than the mileage rate. names made public in reference to disaster. the hands of its captor:Ip order to es.:, '
men Impending with the rest.of Its corporal (
article whatsoever they have retarded,
occurred there of late. any ; The spawning of.fishes was "
RAISULJ'8 ULTIMATE TERMS. their'own reasons, and we respect clams and their kin were kill entity. .
oysters, *,
thoae'reaaon., but we never make there was great mortality Tie serpent starfish adopts the sami ;
FAMOUS CLIFF HOUSE BURNED. unless In ,Urn of danger and It is
for British PrO mention ot endorsements we other types. Fishes that tre- policy as '
Will Release Captive among
bare the'actual endorsement, and waters were somewhat pro- exceptionally-wall provided with arms.:', ''

Well Known Resort at 'San Francisco Uncle Sam's Team WIn. Palma Trophy tectlon, an Office and Indemnity, that statement we will back with. any quent tected deep from conditions prevailing at Its chances: of escape b7 autouomjare''

a Prey to Flames. > by Remarkable Score. The British legation In Tangier, Mo amount of money called for,' tbe surface and escaped death, but eT- correspondingly Increased. When the', :

famous Cliff house, at San A special from Ottawa, Ontario. Rals'ull's I- When a Journal wilfully prostitutes were thrown Into a panic shower of cinders descended Into therer''>
The has received, "by, courier, idently they
bluff overlooking says; The United States won ,the Palma rocco.- . ,- ...... Its co.lamni, to try and harm a reputable % that caused them to leave their natural world the'animals accustomed to thh"' ,'
Francisco built on a rocky
ultimate 'for .
terms the 'release' td'
"ocean burned trophy on Rockllffe range by, the manufacturer laan effort hunting grounds, for men fishing from mode of'defence responded to th.4':'I/.

the Pacific was The phenomenal"score'of 1.711 :out; of' a of .Cald ,M cLean,' Raliull,", demands I force him to advertise, it Is time the small boats caught; species which nevpr turbance In'the usual way; by-throws; .
to the ground Saturday.evening. previous public knew the facts. The owneror before except tog off their appendages; repeating. ,
all hlina lt'and brought.up
possible 1.800.. This beats British protection for bis had been
about .
Are broke out. in the building' editor i of Collier'sWeekly cannot water dredge.The the process as the Irritation,, contlav "
Was deep
records. second special
Canada with by'a
5, o'clock and an hour later a blackened : appointment as. president:'of the 'dlstrlct -. force money 'from us by such minute plants and animals com ued until they, were'completelydis

heap of ruins was 411 that remained 1.871; Australia tblyd-with 1,65".and from .Tetuan to L.rlsh9and, an methods.rosiror. .. \ plankton,'which form tie main membered. *'* .1.
Great Britain fourth wftb,1.680 : Ltd. .-
.of,the historic structure.. indemnity '. .

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1 It !. npw stated that GUY Metcalf: We carry/j suffl lent Help to [ Sunny South Stables.J b over am log endowed atalned t'site,0oe.eeln. .Iau library..building..nd.qulpmeut:1vaquartmrof. : ; :. /' : a a costly Om..llm n71Illomdollar 11..lflbtos'. with, .n4owment oompl, InclDdo'_; .'t,,'

will' manage Hudson burr's KUlx. deliver packages withina paratuc .n .... running- ,. . ...., b..b.1I diamond ADd... G':
youij gridiron beMJM .wlromlng. rolf, rowlnir, .ndoll.".r I ; bulldlnlfN for men ,t''
If there aetedol'pgy.
ware fewmoments after the pur- wom.a, rem I.rt.laboratorloetn. Cbemlol. I'by.le.. Mlnoro1osy and. BIQlotII;
.anything- needed to insure Mr. Burr's chase.. This is not idle INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors.NNaNaa.aN.NaaagN.N.N.aa ro.d.several broad larr.! avenue.mllum..p.elou.and .bop.O..pllli.; el""t.lo.hrll.I.ItKh"....,ol..t.le and trees beds: .",, literary hut.. 8meot. mudest.Alk.mod,other still f 1:
defeat, this wtlllureI1I1ett. it. student.' ieetur, sectarian .achl..lJ. The 10C.tlOD J. \
1 e boasting, but we want Nub.;alar oour.e.: CllrllUen and 1 not
your 'I
f ....01111.04 low.'I<
.. \\ Naaaiwi \ beautiful and tbqexpan.ei
It S.! said that 'Coox-r| the Punta business and we 'know we / l For catalog, view, folder and lnformsu.n.441eis the PrenlJent, .x

i caused Cord by murderer.his fire 1s.Tear*physical' close confinement wreck. .can please. I I II i LIYERYSALE and BOARDING AY'1 s "1. -r LINCOLN IJULLEY, Pit. D. Litt. D.. LL.. D. f.
in the Arcadia jail. He la unable $ = It P"o.* 1O3 DELAND; FLA. 1Lr .
tostand, or walk alone. Who $ ..........\........\\..\..a..t..1
Kissimmee Co. I '
;, can say that he ia not receiving worse Drug j : Well equipped with New Stock and Velriolcs and '
i .State Institutions for Education.V.[
: punishment than he would have 5 Higher .
reoelred Issiininee, , FJa. : prepared to'incut all demands with Perfect Satisfaction. \ .
had he been
; hanged? :
.Wauchula Advocate. L.--. aoooaoooooooooooooosooa\I,\ $ : i iJ j,

{ i {" Mrs.Helen died at I University of the Stiteof Florida! Florida Female Collete'

Tier home In Seabreeze -September Bring us your Job Printing. J '. Ii. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. i. i GAINESVILLE. FLA. TALLAHASSEE FLA,

q fitb. She gained great notoriety ---- ---- ._-------_._- A high 'I
ks-1t""4'4''''lw tiwtlwv' 'NlM1wv' 'lMwVtvNwNUANN9t grade Institution for youn>,i 'A College for women, without a parallel -
through her absent treatment methods.for ..... men, offering Literary, Hclentillc, Knplneerincr in the South embracing <.;ot., I.
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which She was prosecuted and convicted SALE CHEAP Agricultural mid I'eilajtoff- legs, of Liberal Arts. > a School for
Tt>achel''','a. School, Industrial Arts,
: In the United States court on BUDDED TREES leal) Courses. '
a School of Fine Arts, Including
1 > the charge/ of using the mails for IF SQLD QUICK Strong Faculty; well NJulJ1JIl'd] ] l lab piano pipe| organ violin voice culture J
fraudulent tier husband oratories; thorough Instruction boththeoretical and
? # purposes elocution ,physical cuture.
,; Col. C. C. Post, died several months Isiesworth Nurseries I and ,practical, forkful supervision A faculty of able specialists) In all ,
; and discipline The
,, ", al'O. The, hotel "The Inn. tone ; high moral departments. \

S l ; Orangeiwlll i l (.- m-iaoo; ; to .roll out The Van Duzor corner CHASE .fc CO.. PPOPIUBTORS! J. W. HOARD AOEIS.T dents.No tuition charges to Florida stu. " TUITION instruction fine Charges arts reduced for special ,t
of Decoto county within the next two The Okechobee House. Other ('spellS'el'Y low to a minimum. New buildings In '
w' three We will 1111rPiidy for next, Fall and Winter planting. general: For catalogue and other Information course of conntructlon.' Write for --m"KtvBLIBBBD
or weeks. Much of the fruitwill The Waring! cottage. assortment of Orange; and Grapefruit Trees 8f all leading; varie- address catalogueA. '"
mature early this year In fact ties. Our trees are budded on /good, healthy rough Lemon and .
' i. old shippers say they have never The old Makinson corner. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind. ANDREW SLEDD, Pres. / A. MURPHREE, Pres.
'' All budded from bearing trees in and therefore true to
Been earlier fruit. For the next few' Two cottages and one lot on out groves
Oar facilities for stock second
name. growing nursery are to lunb oetlVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV
there will be
a stream of the O'Neal Addition. I none and our trees areas" fine as moi.ey and twentv year's experience -
.colden globes of. nectar pouring out can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the -- O(
of the county and-a stream of golden Orange: grove horse wagon and famous California Valencia. Late which is destined to become the 'I W
In Florida.] Valencia buds di __ ;
sbeckles coming In.-Wauchula greatest money-maker Our come- *
t: harness cow and bull calf. rest from the best bearing trees In the district now famous for producing 1
vocate. the best Valencia Jn California. -S; OSCEOLA f
The The property of Harry W. Thur- \
indications point to a successful Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha, Fla., or call and see our Nurseries -
ty. strawberry season. Many acres man. Apply to the owner or J. M. ;
at Waco Florida Midland R. R. ;
+ In the peninsula. "of Florida PI-IARM:
4 will bo Willson Jr., Kissimmee, Fla.. A.CY. ..cardsod.
planted in strawberries.. The growera :Aait' atsfkadAr.acratrakesilt-udlr.fksaasar. .". .....""" ....""" ..... __ .
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Terms remain raafk -- -- T ==-- --- -
part = r-
\ moat .ucoes ful plant early. September easy may on .6' ", --- '1- y1' '. .

-4:' plants started i. the right before time.the dry Get fallweather the mortgage. . < R. S. Floyd 6fc Co. l g THE -(/ Don't forget us when in S d..r..

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and'cool nights come. 'They --- -- -- -- -- f

r % will STOW more now' to, a' week than Osceola County i I i S LEADING need of Anything ( y

( Jo a month in No\'ember.-ChamploD. 4

-Arcadia( Abstract CompanyS. GROCERS t ti S DRUGSTORE I i in the Drug I. 4

:t Running .a newspaper'' is just like I II .J-ine.
.fit ,.., I : 2
.IpnningahotelonlydQplent: ( When ]NEW FIRM NEW GOODS 9
,.:f'a Mia '
I pfi .low\ a hotel, 1 .and finds"boffltttlZg I H. BULLOCK. MANAOER.I i J

It.',.r, "' suit him be on does i. table not raise thai liades dolt vrlthIf not _.__ ______ 4I f\ Bottle of 1 "Herplnc"; I FREE .to Everu Customer. All

: G '*b! )lfg4J9r<< t' Titles examined and reported and Groceries I VV VV i ,' ; All
: .. told tot !J. Well hitdlyl; He settlhaiUUfatot Taxes paid tor non-residents.on II" Family Fancy --
; >h "lide and wades Into InsLrumenta,relat.1Djf to real estate I FREE DELIVERY / 1
v "aestF'W'Vr'IX'9r'4' F'Yrrigr'P>tT
the many) dishes that suit bim., It is carefully drawnCorrespondence i > J tt bier

different with some newspaper readet.s..ne1 Soliciteddlent t NORTH KJSSSIMMEE.. PHONE NO. 8.
x fifad an article occasionally that L Prices Kight Kissimmee, Fla. .J t : __ i T Dr.

does Dot suit them exactly. :, and ..with 08-lyr" : i__ : ItyCol
gt .. tf 31 Alrv.'w
out stopping to think it may ,please ar-"zggrsrnQrwr; .C.W.:
hundreds of other. readers; make a -- t.K ;. .. Orlffin.it4fl' : gin

n': grand play and tells the editor how a CITY .. BAPER SHOP Kr ; v1 Mrl
paper should be run and what should

'' ,be put Into it. But such people are Now Open for Businessin c.: .a. CARSON: JOHN M. LEE J(. B. CARSON Fancy Family Groceries. fur.te
V J "becoming fever every jear.- <;x. Prmldcat. Vlc-f r..l change. Patrick's Old Stand. Fresh Meats. Mrs
1; 'While other'sections ( State Bank of Kissimmee. J Likn
of the Htat.ehi.e NEW CHAin '
Delluery Every Day at Hour. Patronage Solicited. ,
# been offering" their favorite son Kissimmee, Fla. !
NEW RAZORS . 'a ,. Tbpp
svs candidates for guberpatorlal hon. --- ardtaS.rdktActicsekrtStrAsmeaacs.cr8t" ""lkr8t flra6y/a.z c 'w >dh.

ors', this paper has' had -In mind a NEW EVERYTHING PAID CAPITAL: ....... .. ..... .. SO 000 00V _oo _'_ __ '
man; whom it has compared: -With STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY .. .. .... SO 000 00 ash

t''' :for each ability a* his, name Integrity was of mentioned; and ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... I DEPOSITORS SECURITY100 OOO OO WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST All rte
?' purpose, and -- -- -------- -----
w' r mil other qualities.that go .to -, make Prompt and Careful Attention give to a', matters entrusted -
t .h g the Ideal' governor, It I. our opinion OA NO PA V. I to us. exchanges good at Mil points mt cheapest
that his equal has not yet been put --- YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. .
4 forth. ,We refer IQ Hon. Elinor S. -WE ARE AGENTS FOR- ytW
JMt .K Jones, Judge of the Seventh: Judlcal

q, c Circuit., While the Seventh Circuit International Harvester Co. liver

7 would be loath to give up so able and Gasoline j WHITE ROSE SALOON. >{ t
upright a judge still, .if he will con. Engines.TheJ3e6t'on .

'T eat to run we feel sure his friends II BARGAIN IN. ".

will put aside their personal desires } the Market. We I. H. NETTLES & CO.Orletndo. h
In tiii respect and the'entire circuit will make you close prices on Engines f it

:A will rally---to his support.. and 'Pumps in running orderon Summer Goods r.s'

Letter to L. your farm. :3 2a.oxxe> :OS Fla,.

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ei Dear Sir: Every Job Devoe U done W..L. Van Duzor & Co. .. MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY It
with less
L J ever before with any .IAOKONVLLIlEI, PLA. AsyI

th, other'paint.., ...._ .74. 22 .=.a. Dih'A
Dry Goods Olothing Shoes Loss Di ta c. r
S. J. Field, Tndianola, Fla. says: .!:;::' REVIVO.IESTORES ,
a a io'L'e "'AH house here are painted Devoe. VITALITY '. Portable and Stationery lupines: suM
and Boilers
k Ip, ;" The" hot air Is too t.rIloator other . and [Notions. Machinery; Sawmills and Supplies.:: ; woodwork-Com
t paints. One coat Devoe Is bettei; than "Made a ( plete line carried la stock. liberal e
two,otany other. paint so far as we terms Write for catalogue. .
'''know." WeiliuTtK 'State agents for the Olds' Gas sisidMACHINERY ')'

,Less.!Rations, less cost. of Me.1" H. C. STANfORD COMPANY: O.AOI..e EaRl.. ,.'
Yours truly a- FAT" '-- I.Lbe
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c F. W. DKTOK&CO. :c-r ,
u. ..- ,r.4.-........ ..1.50....... IS.u ., r ttiii.
lI't'. rpwortully.d..lokly.Oure.wbe.otb.nfalL
r .
it HeputatlOM
Yoaac men oao regain their kw, manhood,and .
; You'are after, White's Cream Ver BUT. raeorvr tapir 01Ith1W ,1ccIr, by. .
H VO. It ... C
+ li quietly R. L. HARRIS, II. D, J. S. NO EWAM.
r' xnifdgt) has a world wide reputation mo.ea NerTowiBCM, Logs Vitality Samm1. .
1'( l I'::. M the best ot all worm destroyers, WMUna WMkiUM*. .uch...:maLoetPeewer.FaWnfbfemory. : HARRIS9 SANITORIUM., ROLLINS COLLEGE t eay r

;;" and for its tonic Influence on weak exoeM study...ud...1_&BarrUt.o..U.bAcla... U DnflUioM_lor "
and unthrifty children. It Improves Mrviueeile. &!Ie*etof<< Ol_...sotoaly....' r.... Gn
'-* ki.W ... Drs.. ... ORLANDO, FLA
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;tbeir digestion! and 'isslmllation of book the....".1._to....piiam nsad.... WINTER PARK. FLORIDA. r DOw
,r.oi Their food strengthens their nervous storing p.-ahlacel'-the ** mf T aI.baY-.&MT It wmrtu lfHBYVo.on .po. A Private, Institution built and equipped with all modern '1F 9ou are looking.. s Flrst.-olass. Institution of Learnlni'ealyof .

'; ;.system; and 'n.ioreacthem! to, health .bo..u.other.....00 1casb.arri.dlnyams per. paksde. ovals l for$1.00.pocket''W.IJJr. conveniences for Surgical Work and, the care and'.treatment; of College delightfully.s the located place., well n ma.ln\alns endowed. and. tboroulrhl' equl.J. >ed idoega ('1

natural a child. If you wv' hfeeadvioesadoousselballwhowWtgt. '., the sick., Art EJrpre..loD. Modern Languages. Business BigbGradecollege, ACdem7'MIIS
free and at
ant a healthy, bapP1'child: ,pet a ROYAL; MEDICINE CO.. Marls. Bus a lags A Terms Reasonable. Write for Particulars. Boarding facilities good aDd expenses lIa-ht. Fine BteDoaraph Courses, '
..'of \\ bltee;Cream Vermifuge, For sale Iri Kisslmmee, 'Fla.rby; the .. .... ter sports. :!lor lull particulars and room re eryat.lon8: Ifimoaslum address,,field" and., .was. ion 1D 1
aid by Roberson'a. Pharmacy. Klsslmmee Drug Co. : -
druggists.aI' aO: W. R. "
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Freezers. 'Canopies, ScreenBEST- ON THE -MAKKET. ,.

Doors, Window Screens aridALL .. %. m....< >OTWm.m m,>%w %%w>w>

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The Kissimmee VaUeuGatette Dwellings for rent, apply to M. I All figured lawns at cost at KATZ'S. The Toadies Home Journal Patterns : Mr. Rull Bass Is H r. '
1 spending today in Mr tim0been
Tiller.\ do not waste material, at Dana's. I ,. Watson who has for some :1:
New Idea Pattern, 10 '. >, at IT. I Tampa on cattle business.Mr. .
----- --- --- on the clerical force at' '; the i '
C. Stanford Co. Old suitable I for
TELEPHONE NO. 11.IIJSrlED Mrs. W. L. Van Duzor, Miss for'.de papers at this
: Eleanor and-Mr; Kreamer Van DUKOT Corn on :Monday, te Mr. I a hu-ndred. the day In Orlando yesterday cinnati, Ohio, a few days aKa, by a

EVERY FRIDAYBY returned Saturday from Jacksonville, and Mm., A. D. Gilbert, :, a daughter telegram announcing the serious illness -

u where they spent a couplo of week For Sale at a Bargain.-One six For Sale or Rent. -Six room cot of bli.wife, who I. 'visiting' rel I "
P. A. 'Prank Vans
with relatives. room cottage and four vacantlots' in, tage. Apply to Mrs. C. V. Bearden.r .. atives-In that'city.ELocuTJONrInttructfons. '
W.OFFICIAL. B. MAF.F.tB. Agnew and Capt. C. Mallng spent North Kisslmmoe. .J; W SEYMOUR. < ,

=-__' c ,'- -- ==-:== =_--' Miss Lillle Parker, of Moniac: Ga., Monday Orlando. Mrs. N", F. Bass went up to Orlando given in, ,

WEATHER.REPORT.Awf who came down to attend the marriage Miss Susie Dale of Klsslmmee, Is yesterday to visit her husband, who is elocution, oratory, dramatic reading t
Miss Uelle Leakb Orlando
.mi>.r.tur.for w..k ending burr of her cousin, Miss Emma Monday night In town, of, HIP spent of In the city visiting her brother.. Mr. 'in the bo.pltal.lo that city, '\ character' and artistic posing. SperClal '
N.b'pl rulnr.13: 1 OT. Morgan,,and has been here visiting tfce editor's family. Will Dale, and Mr. and'Mr*. J. M. George Gardner left yesterday for attention given to the techniqueof

relatives left for her home yesterday.. Townley and family. Miss Dale will Fort Pierce; where he has accepted a voice expression. My many years +
M.:. Mln: Rain-fdl. Patronize home industry by getting Bowline Alley.-For sale or rent make an extended stay here.-Miami position In a hardware store.Florsbeim's I of teaching enables me to Insure r

- your bottled soda from the home fac ; In Arcaala. Apply to F. H. Lawson, Metropolis. rapid advancement'and a finish not d '
Call 120 and 91 T2 .It, tory. up your 37-4t sale, for cash correct-thing as to style
.d. m) 71It 70 I will be properly filled.J. A LANCAHTKR. I A useful present with Katz'a, beginning Monday Aug. 12. etc. Found at H.,. O. Stanford Co., Primary and advanced pupils
lltf. every pur- -:
uondy, tMl MlW chase from BYe cents up, at the.. Cash Mrs. Jones,.widow of the late Rev. onlv. -* soliolted.. -Mas. A. D. WBIOHT.' 'S8 '3 -.
7n P. A, Vans Agnew of Kissimmee, I Store. F ,I ,
d..4y *1 Jones,,formerly in charge; of the Presbyterian Mr. Barry W. .Thurman bas: Try the new barber shop. Every '
90 7*' of Florida's best known gone
.r.dy one lawyers tbiDi'r.ew and up-to-date..
spent yesterday in the city on legal I }CatJt'. dry !goods store remained church in this Kiisimmee city, win to Germantown, Pa., on a> business zor*, clean towels:, $flrstlas Sharp service no"J
shortly here from
closed Monday move trip and to be absent
business and greeting his numerous honor of the feast expects. about
having engaged rooms at the resldenoa > two week!. Mr, 1,.. F. Walsemann '
Nvh friends. Mr. Vans Agnew'stopped at of Rosh Hosbona, or the Jewish New ,, the representaUve ..
Year. of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Goode. of the New york. Packer1,. -'
Hlllsboro. FOB HENT!: -Two
In O'Neal
I cottages
She will be accompanied by her two A Osborne who has been here for the past two-
THE I: LOCAL HELD.: Mrs. F. W Hill,'of Narcoossee, was -Mr. E. A. Gilbert, of Fort Myers, daughters 'Mrs.; Jones is the mother and one three-room.addition-Apply one five toA *room weeks Investigating the orange'growing ,

in town Wednesday on a shopping I spent, a few days here this Week of"Mrs. Leon He .-Record, Battow.1hone W. L. VAN DUZOR &; Co.:: Industry and soliciting snbMrip-,

-.. -- expedition, preparatory to 'sending visiting. his mother J and other relative your wants we do the run Col. G. F. Krlbbs has rented Mrs. Lions for his excellent paper, Is of the'

her son, Master Fred, to Charleston, ning. O. C. Peeler's cottage near the CourtHouse opinion that the orange crop 4a'Florida '

Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. 8. C., where be will enter the Porter Mr. C. W. Dann has purchased thesmall ,. KIRSIM3rh, DRUG CNPANY. and moved his family to that the year will be about two million. ...

All figured lawns at coat at KATK'S. Military :Academy.A store room, now occupied by Warren- King'went up to Jacksonville place this week\ .* boxes; or less than half of last year's tcrop.

beautiful line of White ShirtWaists Mrs. Pl11e,'. Millinery store, fromJ. Saturday to ,tee his brothersFrank If Mr. vTalsemaoa'e 'estimateIs
[Al/colors narrow velvet Ribbon New barber- shop Patrick? old -
at a
,C. Stanford Co. at H. C. Stanford Co.MHi. W, Thompson. :? and Jim,' both" of 'whom were stand Service by a tonsonlal *artist correct, and he. I. In as good, or> f' '

,1.tlDI' .... Char i Donegan and Mr. W. J. S, Carr and family, who accident!y 'shot over on the East conversant with all the latest fads In better 'position than anyone 'else;to 'f' f
5 cents' and get a postcard Coast 1 last week while participating In barbering tf judge, the> growers; should 'receive'handsome k ,
Young Tlndall brought up another have been summering: at their cottage '
blot at the Cash Bargain Store. bench of beef cattle this"weelc from on Coronado Beach, returned to their the hunt for the'negro rape Head' who >ir. Cleve Outlaw'left this week for season. price. 'for. Jheir fruit thia't! ,

(Dr.' Rivers wa. called to Halbes 'Deerpark Stock Farm and, placed home In thin city last week. criminally assaulted the wife of Texas, and Mr. W. A. Patrick, of ... c. \' *,' '. :
iltv to see a patleut Tuesday, '. . -. 'h_ -i' *'.u tu ,L< '. *' -J. Section Foreman Walters '- "; ;: has succeded ; (, }
T them In Wayside pasture; where, they N'[ We make a s|>eciattv' p,of.>out"<'., Bent .. I; ,... . , ? Umatilla him as''' chief See Embroideries and lnsertloeejs' a
[ Col. P. A. Vans Agoewi. !,made a.Ine. will'''be held a few days before sending, I SeNt", arid'all users praisethem.j: ,' Queen Quality S oe.iaJ; clerk at the. freight depot..-"'&,;;> '/ ;* It. 9...Staoford o.. ;;; '",, '.:. .' tli
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a. .
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.. trip. to Tampa( vfK, ;this,-- I.*'weekly. "J"' .".. th m'Ho, market!,;: ,> ;,;.""; ,"1"I', '"}.j"fV.('"'",:J'rJ""; .i.1\"\'",' I h./ '-'J.Vt. : KENNEHLV' SEED STORE?/-':,:''*..',\ ,II.I". ,I C."' Stanrord''''''''' '''(''Co'''' '<'I\\ :.>.;.''W ri;r i i''"1',"" I,' "\frLeo y '''Wpife'htr/ J.t resigned> >his County Road Supervisor.\George"-\; ,1.

dr.. D. L. Alderman'aDd children Straw: bats at and below cost, ,at '; Palatka.'Fla. Clerk of the Court.E. L.: Leiley,and position In Kate's dry goods: store Overstreet, who has bad the road

turned to their home at Fort Pierce' Danns. Rprlgg Fleming' wishes to family returned home Monday night and will leave in a few days for his gang at work for the past six'weeks: r
esterday.. .i, Mr. Hull Bass shipped .. carload'or to his patrons that he has returned toKlsslmmen from "their summer outing in themountainiof old borne In Mississippi.Mri.J. extending t.herock road that leads oet' $

[Mr. H. C. Duncan of Tavares r line beef cattle to Wells &, Co.. at and is ready to receive North Carolina. They, W. Watson and her daughter by the cemetery, Informs a Valley'Gazette.representative'tb ; fff,

lifted her father, Capt. J. A. 'Slm West- Tampa yesterday Mr. Ha s orders for dyeing, cleaning, 'pressing visited Ashvllle. HendersOnyllle. and Mrs. Battle. Harper ,returned .t. the rock"Is p

n, here last.week.. has recently purchased an interest yin etc. other resorts and had a very pleasant last week from Atlanta, where they' now about. exhausted and'this work' ..., ;
the Wells Co. butchering business in time. Their trip however, was some- had been spending the ", will ceasefn. *hort tine, We says1' tR5,
|The most complete line of .school! that city and is now furnishing them For Kent Sebtember 1-The house what shortened by the Illness; of the, summery the rock which the county now'flas on i

applies we have ever handled at the a carload of cattle every week. formerly occupied by Dr. \V. L. WinD baby. I Col. W; J, Sears D. P, Gl.: C.' C.. hand',will finish the right 'prong. of ,, ,

ash Bargain Store. in Sonth Klsslmroee. Apply to J. P. of the K. of P.' for the eighth district the read as far as "Shakerag" schoolhouse '"'
White slices at cost, .come quick, at Fox fOIl!) Smoke Key' West -Havana, the best baa cal led a meeting of the several .
Tyler Street, Fla. '
Tampa. ,
and the ]left prong'to the far- '
?All summer dress goods except: Dann 8. : 5c cigar on the market. L to'.be '
he and solid colored, .lawns re- or this office, 32- f district held at corner of Thurman'. trove This
ced In price at KATZ'S. The Kisalmmee Telephone Co. has Mrs. C. E. -Jones and two daughters DeLand on Oct. 8th.. road'has been'worked anil' '
The city nojhfti quite a bunch o1 t ,over .relayed
recently extended lie wires to Mr. left Tuesday for Bartow where
4 IWlllle NUklnuon. left this' week> to 1:.. 1 E. Barbeau's place across the prisoners on hand, and 1..rebaJRodillea they will reside temporarily We are jouwillfand 'Dry Gooai,. Shoes, I from toe town limit*,'out, and" 13H
Is them Notions, Hardware; Graniteware, Mr. Overitreet thinks ''Is In better
of ;
enter the Georgia; Military Aoad- tasking food use ,
lake and Mr. Barbeau Is however that I it is
now connected pleased to state Tinware, Glassware in fact almosteverything condition than before. y 3.
the streets and put.t.lnr"ln'drain I ever
ny at College Park, Ga with the city exchange. Commissioner repairing / not Mrs. Jones's' intention to leave ; at the Cash St.oreand geta

|We are pleased to eee! Col.! J. A. I -waiter- -Jiass, a r., we under tile wherever needed. Kissimmee permanently 'She only ..present with'each purchase. ' .:' Sue! Fours Relief ,

" liver out again: after a ten days' stand will also have this branch extended Mr. E. A. Barnes}returned last" week toes to Harrow to be near her daughter F, II. LA.W60N. If you are troubled with liver oos.- r

tie with the fever. to from Kentucky, where be says he had .Mrs. Leon', during-; the Mr, M. Katz returned from the l plaint 'and have not received help h

? line of a most pleasant wish Mr. Henry absence of Miss Ruth, who will north last 'night, where he had been' read this. Mrs. Mary ''E. Hammond ,
F."H. Lawson will move -hie Racket Fine watches at the Kissimmee ,
Ore to the Pfann building Just south Drug Co. Barnes who went with h- will remain Winter Park to enter Rollins\ the to purchase his fall and winter 'stock. Moody Texas: "! was' In poor,
In that State for some time.. first of October. Mrs. Kits who has bees spending the health-with liver
bis present stand about Oct. I.... Private advice. from, Mr. C. W. troubler-forever: a ,
.* Ward slate that he will arrive in.Kis Capt. Clay Johnson'came up from I Cash Remnant Sale, iWlnnlnflr summer In Kentucky came back\ with year.. 'Doctors did me no; good and

Save along walk In the hot-sun by I simmee about the first of October to Fort Myers Friday last, and has been Monday August 12th, at KATZ'S. ,him. I tried Herblne, and three bottles s

>piling at the Cub Bargain Store busily the week cured me.,, I cant much L
remain all winter. We are pleased to eqtraged/ oast : overhauling Our venerable friend, H. 8. Par tin, During the absence) of express say too: for
1 get your Dry: Goods and Nottons.Is. the machinery on the steamer Will Herblne,.a. It I Is a wo04ertll1. liver 1"
note that Mr, Ward ha. Improved In and his good wife celebrated. their agent Gilbert 'who., 1. 'attending ,
lloseada, and otherwise getting1: he r the Jamestown Tai medicine. I always' hay.' It in the +.
-- Belknap the popular t.eacberAabt.o health and gained In weight duringthe golden wedding with a big dinner Exposition, Collector '
come in and spent Satur- summer and will return strongerthan in trim for the river service. last Tuesday. ..JJar!:. crowd of C. 1.;. Bandy has .been filling bouse.'. Publishwhereyou: : wlsh.M iz.

|y and Sunday with Miss Florence he has been for some time. Miss'Alenn Moon, assistant principal relative and friends were pre.ent.al4 his place and looks quite natural' Sold by. Roberson's, Pharmacy

nn. White Star Laundry,-R.S. Floyd. of the Usceola High School, returned the occasion was a most enjoyable back in his old harness again See thoseMatchless': '. -American I
_4iss Mary Loul.e Makinson leaves &. Co. home last week from Georgia, one. It is not given to many couples Have you tried our select stock of Beauty Corsets at H. pvStanford; Co. ,

onday for Decatur Ga., to again Supt. E. 1% Dann, of the Electric where she spent the summer vlslclnf' to spend fifty years of wedded life Big Boston Lettuce? If not,- !you : .

Ice'up her'otudles'at the Agnes Seott Light Plant; has ,been kept busy various places, and was, at her post together, but the Valley Gazette hope. don't know whet you have misled ll unt-a cool, shady place'&04 start,
I of duty when school opened .Monday Mr and Mrs Parti live'to your fall vegetable If,
statute. recently putting in new wiring and may pas Better send for some at once. ,&'ard'II. you
fixtures: for lights.. Our people' are 1 morning* the hundredth mile-stone. KKNNIJU.Y SEED: STORE, are IQ doubt as to what Varieties, to

Eugene Bryan will return Gaines- beginning:: to appreciate more and Indies Shirt WaUts at a ,big reduction The task of broadeDlog"be Florida. Palatka Fla. plant,'write us and we-will try to help r
[lie tomorow to take up his studies the at Danll'.. gnus:,, We and farmers ourselves .r
more convenience,and efficacy of
which' Midland guage/ will soon be completed. Meisrs. A. B. Dell and Horace
the State University ,
' Er the Fall term Monday., opens electric lights, and there are now com Engineer George' Parker, who has It la rumored that we will then have Woodall returned home Monday from .KEN' ?ERLV" SEBB!: ) STOKE) ,
paratively few houses in town without obtained a month's vacation came up Falatka,'Flar'
AwpkaaDd I extension
I a dally service between the East Coast where the7'bad. ., .
Miss Florence Murray returned to them. from Lakeland Wednesday and spentthe I' 'j
I Kissimmee. with connections at.Clar- been_ at work for. some; time. Six room house and two lots'& 'in' y
home Ocoee Wedlle.da"I' with his
r at on I day here father, Judge "
Fresh stock garden and flower seedat cona for Sanford and Trilby, This Messrs Bell and wootiall were good locat.lol1.BOUIe'! Insured. ''
spending several day! here, t.h.ea' the Kissimmee Drue Co. G. F.' Parker, leaving on the midnight ; for-
will In touch' with the the survivors of the fated
Dann. pUt us great. among three jean for 1750.00. Price 80000.
of Miss Florence train fol" Jamestown to attend
:Mr. Hnrbert Fleming returned home trunk line east and west, of the.. C.- quarter boat No.4, which' went to Two Rood building lots 'r
|Great bargains on our I 5 and 10 last week from Athens, Ga..where he ,the Exposition. L.. and will be a big thing for Apopka. pleoes In the fearful storm on.. the ''extension location l lricet4W.;, splendid ''

at counters. 'Tiring nickel and made ''headquarters during the sum The drainage of the town la now .In The A. O. ,L. ,people' will also re- works October, when' .. apply'this.ofilce.: Forpartlonlarf., ff i j,.5 w
I "what it ,will} do. mer. While away, however be visited better condition than ever before and build their depot here ;which was many lives were lost* anddldn'tcare to ; "

CASH BARGAIN STORE. various resorts, both in thenorth is being Improved all the time.,, No burned some time ago and will then risk such an experience. They report How to Get $SO worth of Book lop
,Prof. O.. P. Belknap, rot Goths; and in the mountains of northeast matter how bard the 1'1n.blt, water doubtless give us a telegraph ..service.AM that nearly! ,all .the!. men ,.wba were ", I.8O. "

_*nt :several days with relatives Georgia, and bad a good .time is all gone ofl the streets) in- a few I of this will meet the.hearty -approval there at that time! are' leaving' the A mass'meeting .lli be held "De*'

Iwn, leaving Wednesday for Finny generally. :As a. result, Mr. Fleming minutes afterwards, *whereas -It used of the people of this community, work., but that new recruits are being week when it will all',be explained' t y

bint, where be will teach the ensuing returns home much Improved- In. to'take a half "day and'sometimes" and they will <*ive the A.,C* L.'a ,big received from the'north,. fill l their listen for appoiDtment, and'.then. b i ;'
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Dedicated. ,. by State of New York >.. ,. President of 'Central. of Georgia Says Fast Express Train en Rock ..IslandLeavee STOMACH CATARRH,

Unveiled at Buffalo Where He Job Track
for France "Political Agitation" Presages and Cra.hee.Int. | r

To Emigration of Her People Fall Victim of Assassin., ; Proving Bankruptcy and Receivsrshipa.All Freight 'on a Siding.

to the United States. t
r ':The dedication ot the McKlntey efforts ot the.state-of Georgiato Twelve personawere killed and t

< monument and'its presentation to the i secure! a statement from President twelve injured In the wreck of an express -

state was the feature! Thursday\ of SULTANS NOW GRAPPLINGEach train on the Rock Island l rail t

NEEDS. THEM.; AT HOME old-home. WNk celebration In'"Buffalo, j J. F. Hanson of the Central of road at Norris, Iowa .Friday..IThe''

N. Y. The monument wan erected Georgia Railroad company as to the '
i which northbound d !
train" was Jumpedthe < ;
\ 'by the 'state of New York on a site ,Hasp Large Army and ConflictIs o.'ancla.l'alue: of that road while he track while g lng at full speed r44 G '''
Such Was Finding of Members Uuffalo. It Is '
of provided by the 'city of
Imminent-Big Franco-Spanish was testifying under! oath, la the 'sen- and collided with a freight ttf.vln,
American Immigration Commission in the. form of an obelisk of whlto ,
Army of 50,000 Needed to I ate chamber. In Atlanta.: Wednesday standing on a aiding:
J'; Who"Have Just Returned marble. 86 Trot high and is situated The tea Ffisy ri I
was ,
of Restore Order, morning, before the tax board arbitrating northbound 'express
at Nlagira. the Intersection!
a t From Tour 01'Old World. square I the difference between the minutes late at :Norris Siding, a
Niagara and Court streets, and Delaware ( -
+ state and the road, were without avail small station three m'IIenor h of
avenue. The obeli sk, rests u.llon According to. dispatches from Tan

p .After .several month's' tour of luqul;;_ a pedestal 14 feet high, the! base ol glcr events in' Morocco:; are ,marching Although. quite willing to testify Cedar .Falls and there the freight was

ry Into the that the expenses of the road.had far awaitingthe express which came:
immigration situation which Is 12 foot above the strait laval. on.with great rapidity, Saturday both

abroad which carried them through The whole Is'surround ad by. a tosse- the sultans, Abbel! Aziz and Mulai outstripped the earnings; President along/at a terrific! speed Just as the 4

England and continental ,Hanson was content state that "the engine of the passenger ,was 'aboutto Cf@
: Europe mobtot lated promenade, embellished with onnate Haflg, were reported to be leaving the

the members 6f the subcommittee parapets and balustrades and rival capitals *Fez and Morocco City road was worth under, pass the freight.engine the trucksof IIU

It CJf tb. United States immigration commission. splashing fountains. at the head of armies which had been mal conditions" nor.I' the train lumped the'track'and theengine '
.- with Senator William p. DMllnghaui At the base 011 tour sides of the col levied In hot haste and with which "Normal conditions," he said crashed into the engine of the Miss SI O'Brien. 306'Myrtle: Ave..

1 of Vermont as .chalrman. arrived umns are the following Inscriptions: may be decided within a fortnight the when politics was not 'agitating freight wrecking both engines and' tel Brooklyn.try Y.. ,.,"t...: J t I

+ at New York, erected by the anti-railroad legislation that was escoping the baggage and mall 'cars .1"4 cured ate fle five weeks '
r Friday on board 'ThlsIIbart was destiny of''the Moroccan monarchy.The th.1 of tiiUirrk of the ImiMieA, after
the -steamship CedrIc. state of New York to honor the memory \ immediate objective of these I being Indulged In" Although and demolishing the smoking car uttering for four year and doctoring. ,

,wf f The members'of the commission returning of' William McKinley: twenty-fifth forces la the ancient city of Rabat several times by State Attorney I I without f effect who In common have been with beathted other
TRAGEDY OFFICERS.Phlllipi grateful ones
wero Senator Dllllngham of president of the United. States of on the Atlantic side the' prior possession eral Hart what the present valuation PUZZLES I bv your duco I
Vermont. Senator LAtimer of South America." of which great center. of ..western of the road was. he met the questionswith .41gII f fJtlr
born ., Cue at Cleveland' Ohio, Sub ---- -- --- -
at -
Carolina, Congressman Howell ot New "William McKInley was Inla-ms, national life probably evasive !1. J. Jlenntmnn. Oakland< Neb..
w Jersey Uurnette of Alabama and Sec. Nlles Ohio January :29: 1843.. would have an Important If not a He said that the price paid for theroad' ject of Many Theories. writes: "1 waited before writing to you

,1 retary MooreAforton.The. : 'Was enlisted in twenty-third Ohio decisivebearing! upon the struggle for stock when sold to Oakleigh New theories, suspicions and developments -, about my ncknes., catarrb of the atom.cb.whia ,

I members-'obtained 'data June .11 1861. as: private' in the'ry'surroundJng 1 had over a y_r ago.!
which volunteers
supremacy. Half way bet,reen Fe'zand Thorne and Marsden J. Perry was -There were people wbo told me it would

r they believe will aid in solving many and mustered 'out July :::G. 1803. .a' Morocco City, Rabat Is the .natural three million dollars, but he did not the death pf John J. Phillips coal op not stay cured, but I am sure I hat I am
under erator and broker at Cleveland O., cured for 1 do not feel more ill eflecta.hare .
ot the' Immigration problems major by 'brevet, for gallantry any li
now confronting frontier port, dividing northern believe that those parties would pay a hood appetite and am getting fat

V( the United States. The whole l ;fre." and southern Morocco. that price for the road since political followed each other In rapid succession So 1 am. and will say to all. 1 am cured

committee will meet J=-t-j. and "William McKInley: was elected? to Friday. A former employee U for good. '
prey Doth sultans are eons of the same Influences hail been brought to bear suspected caused the deathof "I 1 thank you' (for your klndn......
pare a report which will be submitted congress aa a representative of OhioIn father nnd they are daily Issuing pas- against the road. of having IVmtwi will be our house mecflfl -

to congress. 187C 1878, 1880. 1882 1884 and Hanson Phillips His name is known to the ne hfreafttr," ,
President was severely emphatic
sionate appeals to the patriotism and
Catarrh of the stomach is aluo known in 1
officials search la mad
and being
Senator. Dilliiigbam made the following 1888. religious enthusiasm of the nation when he discussed "political Influence a common parlance as'I"la.| i .it.lriti f

t' statement: "Was elected governor of Ohio in each denouncing his rival as 'being ," and declared that the increased for him. and AndilrUOll on. :No medicine will be of j

*' "The subcommittee has visited 1891 and 1894 and president of the Monday Phillips was shot and Killed any pernmnent benefit except it removes '
evry -
worse than an Infidel a traitor to assessment! ot the road had tb. i-atarrlial condition. h'
United States -In 1896 and 1900." at his home in the pastern part of
European from which ondltlo"n.
country wereceive Islam. In the meanwhile the powers been caused by such a He. Gained Strength and flem. s
any considerable "William McKInley died In Buffalo Cleveland. That day he. was" believedto ,
number ot have not yet decided whether to recognize declared that the present political outlook Mina Julia Butler R. R. 4. Applet, '
immigrants, and has studied the more September 14. 1901." Mulai Hang, his correct name I presaged nothing but bankruptcy have been killed by a burllar.Tuesday Wis., wnt_ she had catarrh of the atomfFj

t Important phases of the question in Victim of a treacherous assassin It "was thought Phillips t'Ommltt.dsulcldf' ach. raiimna' lots of deep and appetite, with
as sultan of the south, seemingly and receiverships for Georgia."I frequent severe pain after ".lInl(. t>betook s
Vj .ach."The. who shot the president as be was extending General Wednesday: thin theory was ."'rona. her appetite returned. she r
awaiting the result of the appeal to lllce State Comptroller
, f question of preventing the to him the baud of courtesy." disproved! and IIIIKpl<;lon wan directed gained strength tie U and perfect health.
civil war.The Wright personally, he said "but 1 do
coming of criminals into the United I against'the widow, Charlotte Phillips.
general Impression In Tangiers want to say that the state needs a Hours for Study.

''States has been a chief subject of in.vestigatlon SOUTHERN ALSO STOPS WORK. j that France and Spain have _resolv- bigger man .for the position he now A 'warrant alloglhg warder was untied I The president of the faculty of a

by the subcommittee, and ed the immediate occupation of holds." for her arrest. medical college once addressed a gradtiatlnifrlass ii

It Is probable that Important recommendations Improvements In Tennessee and In upon Thursday the officials began to doubt with reference to the necessity
which has Wrightwas
all the Moroccan seaports, State Comptroller'General
on this matter will be North Carolina Are Halted.It this theory and Friday search WUH. begun of cultivating the quality of
caused consternation for It is hared seated nearby when the remarkswere
wade to congress. was announced in Washington for the man formerly employed 1 l>atl nce in their professional as well
those who best know the character made.
ti "The subject of emigration is a Thursday that the Southern railway by about the Phillips home, whom Mrs. a. In their domestic relations.
of the Moors that any extension State Attorney General Hart was Thu professor said: "Gentlemen! ,
paramount one in most, of the coun had. decided owing to recent adverse Phillips says she now in front of her
and of the intervention of France and on his feet immediately. "I object to you are about to plunge Into 'the
legislation. In several" states home just after her husband was shot.
tries have In
we visited and most of rake
to' the Spain will infallibly provoke further that part of the evidence in regard sphere of action: No doubt you will

them the attitude toward emigration "general conditions to stop massacres of Christians and Jews. In to any political differences. We are in some degree, follow the example of C

Is not favorable. The constant and double tracking of the system north of RICHARD MANSFIELD'S WILL. those who have preceded you. Amongother
bas developed
other words a discuss that
: long-continued drain upon the' rural Greensboro! N. C.. and "also to stop oot here to .- things, you will doubles marry.
which never was contemplatedat Counsel Alexander n. Law- ,
; population, from which class the great the Ooltewab Junction work In Ten. General \ Actor Left Everything to Wlf.-Personal .- Let me entreat you to be kind to your
the time of the Algeclras convention
the Central
ton who represents con-
majority of emigrants come, and the nessee. Property Valued at $10,000. wives Be patient 'with them. Endeavor

4t, general t prosperity which prevails Contracts bad been entered far< double and it appears that serious events ton, who represents. the Central contended The will of Richard Man lleld. who not to fret ourselves under i

nor about.15 will follow. that the evidence was -germane petty domestic trials. If you are go-
work aggregating ,-
has produced a scarcity farm labor track died a week ago, was filed for probate
A Paris special nays: The French as it would prove the reasons for the lo.; to the theatre do not permit yourself
and.It Is claimed the agricultural'Industry 000000. In New York Friday. It leaves all
r ; "
the real to become if wife U
nation bas suddenly come depreciation ot tbe'Central'. value. your
Is suffering in consequence The money Intended for the proposed looms bigger the property, real and personal, to not downstairs In time. Have a treatiseon
that Morocco up
General Hart strenuously
f' "Becaliae! of this scarcity of labor Improvements in Tennessee and In Paris the situation is State Attorney his widow Susan Hagemdn Mansfield, your specialty always with you t
every day. but Judge, A. L. Miller
the cotidltiop+ of those remaining at North Carolina will ha used In operate objected and also appoints) her executrix. Mrs. Read ItII'bUe you are waiting. "
of discussion by
home has to a degree been Improved, ing the road.OLIVER. now the main subject momentous the umpire of the board admitted Mansfield was known to the theatrical "And. I assure! you, gentlemen" the
who feel that
the people,
,p but the, general. condition Is causingsuuch'alarm It golpg public as Beatrice Cameron. Her professor concluded with, delicate

among land owners4:! and LANDS CONTRACT.Gets events. In which France Is bound to Thehearing was held In the .
play a leading role. are Inevitable and the morning session was fund of Information you'll 'accumulate *
-. ,
a. strong the estate amounted to $10"-
j against emigration of
bas developed , Slice of Canal Work In Furnishing The question is; Will France be devoted to the bearing: of testimonyfrom and that'there was no real estate In this way."-Success. "if
: In order to crush the hostile 000
k "AI veer large' proportion of, ,male Five Hundred Dump Ca .. I compelled insure the President. Hanson and AuditorW. Mr. Mansfield deeded! his real estate I >

emigrants 'leave their native 'country The Isthmian canal commission at I Moorish tribes and D. peymer, who both declared that to his wife as fast as he bought it. The Congregation ,
to dispatch There is tiny church the foot t
safety of Casa Blanca. a near
at aUme when they are'liable to'military Washington anounced the award to the assessment of-the.state comptroller .

d the \\V;.J.'i:, Oliver Manufacturing, company i an ,lmpos\\. expeditionary army Into unjust. of one of the westernGrampians which
service there; and this constitutes . < general was ERADICATE BUBONIC PLAGUE
TO has 'a congregation numbering la the
:-of I Knoxville: : Tenn.,' In a' con( the Interior? For It Is generally accepted submitted evi- ,': (
a strong objection some etnlirants. + Attorney Lawtor. a* : \ \ >:,:_ : ; best of weather not more than -twenty

.. ; ; ' <':, <#: .q,;i\h :> ,tract:i,to-:'('( furnish. five''' hundred!I'dump''cars ; that General Drudo with;his dence J the franchise tax returns./ the The Marine 'Hoapltaf 'Service ,Takes' people. On stormy days the number'Is
or Is
thousand '
During the tour of Inquiry and investigation for useon the Isthmus;' thi"contract . ' force seven men, Into power comptroller's asessments' and the a Hand In' San Fran' :''V':' much less, as members have to

r the' commissioners bav:>. price being $;;&2.500. less to make a punitive trip an award of the arbitrators from 1903to The San Francisco board of health travel, considerable distances.

secured Important lnformatlon, and A bid of (554,000 was submittedby unknown country and against the enemy 1907.() Judge Hart objected to the Friday recommended to the board of A tourist, hapP"Ded to come across

American Car and which number, dow over 20000:! this church early one Sunday after
the Foundry
have, made arrangements to'secure Introduction of the arbitrators'/ awards supervisors that the city and county
of New York difference of men and whose forces are 'reported noon. He listened for a bit but heard
and I the
wore, feel confidant that before company holding that such could not bind which has sheltered a numberof

thelr:".worli'',I. completed' recommendations $17 a car 'In that company's favor, to be constantly growing.! state. Judge'ollller., however. consented hospital be burned. no sound so went to the door of abe!
plague cases church and looked In. The beadle '
Moreover even if the French army was d4
but the Oliver company agree) to deliver -
can be made congress'which to their admission
c.n"be The announcement that the marine the only occupant,
moved against the Moors Casa Blanca
'enacted'ipto lava'which will be of. the cars about three months ear- The Central returned Its tax valuation hospital service Is to take charge of "Is the service over?" be askmi.

4i value ,'and Importance." Her than tee New York company. could not be left without'a strong gar- which was .reJect. "Ou she will "
1 k rlson. as otherwise It would be seised at $16,000,000, the plague situation is regarded as ay pe over replied ;i

ed by State Comptroller General an assurance that the disease will be the old man;
HOLLAND TRIM COMPTROLLER'S FIGURES. by the Moors. "Then where Is the *
.FEELS "BIG STICK.' Wrlgb .who assessed the road's prop eradicated. congregation
Another serious feature of the situation
asked the tourist.
erty at 29900000. The road declinedto _
r Arbitrators Cut Franchise of Central l 1* that the time Is. approach'ln&when The beadle slowly pointed throughthe
Head of National' Letter Carriers' Association accept the assesment and asked LEFT OUT IN THE COLD.
Railroad Over Eight Millions. the warships will be unable to open door to a man wending Ms
Forced to Retire. for arbitration. Nfi
Assessed by Comptroller General safely land on the Moroccan coast owing way down a bill and said. "That's
} President lUolland the
of National
Railroad Not Listed for "
One Georgia him. -The Tailor.
WrTSht' at over thirteen million dollars to severe gales and heavy seas. i
a' Carriers' MILLER GOT HIS MAN. ', "
The Madrid correspondent of the New Rates.
to the national convention In Canton the board of arbitration Thursday .
Echo de Paris says it Is reported la inadvertency the FAMILY ,FOOD.
afternoon appraised the franchise Through some
Ohio Friday, that he would not Home Despoller Shot to Death Whilen
be a candidate for '_lection. of the Central Georgia railroad at military circles that France has pro- Prison Cell. "Rome railroad" owned by the Nashville Crisp, Toothsome and Ilequlrrs No
posed to Spain to send a Franco- a. '"
14,052,902.30 trimming the comptroller's Cooking.
This. step-was taken In response to Fire Chief B. H. Mlfter of Franklin. Chattanooga and St. Louis and
Spanish army of 50,000( men to occupy
million dol
figures by over eight
an expressed wish of the postal deartment killed J. IL
Ohio shot and instantly of thairoad, was
as a part
lars.. The appraisement was made by the ''Moroccan ports, and to go as far operated A little boy down in N. C. asked r 't
as outlined In an address Little, who recently eloped with his list: of Georgia rail his mother to account of how
Judge.A.. Miller of Macon, who act- as Fez 1C necessary.The omitted from the write an
/bcffore: the convention by First Assist and returned to Franklin food had '
wife was Grape-Nuts helped their ,
s'; taut Postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock it ed, as umpire and his award was approved correspondent at Madrid of The for trial. roads named In circular No. 334 which family. a ,

'", charged that Holland bad gone to by
Washington to .lobby for the carriers Railroad Commissioner O. B. Stevens decide to send 5,000 infantry and :500 and, going directly to Llttle's cell. and there has .come Into the office brought to her attention on a visit to w

representative of the state, did not cavalry to OCOUJ>Tangier, and establish Charlotte where .she visited the
'Barter having been requested by the : Bred two shots which lodged in the of the railroad commission a query as
sign the award a police force there: Mayor of that city who was using the
president not to do so. ,
maa's brain. to what the rate shall be. food by the advice of his physician.She .

......... ;,. THE ITINERARY OF TAFT. says:
\\, ...:.-- ED CAUSED DIVORCE SUIT. WILL BECOME BOARDING HOUSE. "They derive so much good from It
.' HEFTY HUBBY FOR QUEEN Lit- Announces Details rf that they never pass a day without a
"'* room TouHy Murdered 'While on His War Secretary using It. While 1 was there I used i
His ,.Globe-Circling Trip. Gay King of England Wanted to Ms.tAnother Old Home of Jefferson Davis at Montgomery the
W.o" Be Married. Food regularly. I gained! about
Tahiti Prince, Prospective Groom, Tips Secretary War Tan bas announced Remodeled.The .
: of Man's Wife.A .. to Be
'D. 16 pounds and felt so well that whenI
D. Owen a prominent young man '
a ''was murdered at Linn Flatta, near :Na- Beam at 300. the Itinerary for his trip around the! divorce suit which Is consideredthe Jefferson Davis home, the residence returned home I began using Grape-.
Prince Art Pal of Tahiti has arrived -
forts as follows: result of an estrangement causedby Nuts In our family regularly."My r
the president of
while his fiancee occupied by
at San Francisco on his way toHonolulu September 12. due Yokohama little 18
Leave Seattle King Edward of England has come old baby ,P
d {
clad, In wedding garments awaited to marry ex-Queen Lllloulra-' September 15, due Kobe- September to light In Lexington Ky.. after haY the confederacy in Montgomery, Ala, shortly after being weaned was very Y

n .tint at her father's home lanl of Hawaii. The prince weighs 29. due Nagasaki October 4, ing been kept 'secret since June. Is being remodeled into modern boarding 111 with dyspepsia and teething.! She

"The guests after waiting over' an SOO pounds. Upon his arrival he was due Shanghai; October 6, due Hong The suit was filed by Lewis T house. It will be left as nearly. was sick nine weeks and we tried 1
: organized a searching; party,andon' everything. She became so emaciated!
liour, : Octo-
reticent .concerning the approaching kong: October 11, arrive Manila Brown against Margaret Johnson. it the way to the .young man's! home.found'his Leave: Ma. that it was painful to handle her, and
nuptials, although he confirmed the ber 14 (via McClellan). Brown on the ground of abandonment
still with we thought wo were going to lose
u dead warm
body announcement 'that the ex-queen' is to nila' November 4, 'arrive Vladivostok )Irs. .Brown Is the daughter of Claude President Davis and his family occupied her. One day a happy thought urged
tied about. his neck. A negro, ,
'a rope 'the victim'sItoeseiwssr'arrested be his bride. November 11. leave Vladivostok: November M. Johnson formerly} European agent the home during the time the Inc to try drape-Nuts soaked in a lit

t who\wav'trying''\ ;to\sell 12. arrive Irkutsk November of the Hoe Press'compan",' with headquarters contoderate capital was1 In Montgomery. tle warm milk.

;? ,.a few hours ,Ian, 16 arrive Moscow stopping two days, In :London. . "Well. It worked like a charm and: i

o 'ter '..Yerat. ,o I Ile. L.. front the. city. CANADA_ MUST! PAY" INDEMNITY.rApoliyyAlso ,November.: 28; arrive St. Peterburg. Mrs., Browo''wa.. a woman of rare she began taking It regularly and Improvement -

t < ii i i* "" .-;*-- : stopping two\! days. November' 26; arrive beauty and attracted attention every- set in at ,once. She is now q

FORMER .CONSUL SUICIDES:,, Due, Japan Beoaus of ,eDrlln stopping ,\Iwo days November where. Matters came to a climax : NOTICE OF SUITS SERVED. getting well and round and fat as fast r

Riots Vancouver.The as possible on rape-Nuts.,.
Lln .29. Take )steamer at Cherbourg and'Mrs.j'BroWn attended a
when Mr.
y William Abercromble'Goes the':''Oas general) opinion ,In.official' circles about-.December ,4; arrive .New theater ""in London where King Edward By Several Railroads on Georgia Commission ."Some time ago several of the famIly c
were stricken

Rout fai'Waehh "ton, Dr C:,1 .: will :'at'have Ottowa to''pay, ,Out.'damages, ;,1sthitit.and'apologlze :' Canada York about DecemberC :,!(*- ...\ was attracted by Mrs. Brown'sEeauty Chairman. -MeLendon In Rat of Muddle.the Georgia the same time and with during LaGrippe the wont at.

WlllIamf-IL): : Abercromble; formerly to Japan forthe Vancouver riots. and alked'an introduction.,Mr. state railroad commission was formal. stages we could not relish anything a'In

i ''Stftwi l1"ul'.t. Nagasaki a- -' ttonrSeetd$20'p Ton.< < '; Brown objected and his wlfa ridiculedhis the )Shape of food but GrapeNutsand
United d' '
Regrets are espre.i that' the outbreak ly and officially served Thursday' with '
f rcomtmtted sulcld by Asphytlatlon'at -One of the last .acta'of the convention objection. To thli'uioMent-it Is oranges, everything else nau
pen :. should have taken place 'at a : notice of the suits that have bean seated us. | y
: bis apartment ,in Stone:Leigh of the Fanners'- Union' hi Little saidIs, doc the estrangement and .the '
in the
/ time when the?Japanese Immigration tiled United States courts by th. 'We all appreciate what r

\ ,';:'":. 'eoart, at" Washington Thursday; ?*;* question was, all .but :.solved, between Root. Ark.wu'the: fixing of the min' oparatlon. Mr-is.,Brown. ."the"'returned to several railroads,'to'have set aside as mous food has done tor our your family fa-" 1

caoseas/bat&ae; Ue waa 65Jean: Canada and, Japan., imum, price of .cottonseed, which' was Kentucky and now In govern Unconstitutional the., reduced pasaen-' ""Tben'. a Reason./. d "The Road

920 pet ton. .' ment revenue; :!service, at Maysvllle: I' rate order I of the Vi W.I 'U1e.;,' in pkgs. w .,
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tY ,\ I... I 1 :11 h 0
1\1; ., frS
tl .. '. > -

r.rr ,

(at country hotel)-How Avery 'CulupinyirAV@RY

much is my}' .bill?' I-didn't have a
Should He Used IBlaqmld .. .
pue Ir'rMrr Bt Smlptmr room. I had to sleep .on the billiard + .VOCWJ'I'f/ : r'at.
nggpslt" f rvr Form OsUjr.Haaoock's LableiLa! : 4' McMb..L ",.

Liquid \ 410rd-To t bill Is' $3.20 for T ...... ......jd., tk; ..loss.wALia .
"< is Uw most
.: .
I '
tttlrna eMACHINERY!-
hours''useof the billiard table. ai .r
woodorfnl, remedy for Ecaema .*.. vr eight

known: ,"'writ.* Dr. W. W. Loake, of Or- Famllle Journal. '

Undo, Fla, whO wa,card ot a sue of J "'
year1 standing. ALL THAT' CAN BE EXPECTED' 41-c

Dr. W. A. Baard of MaliUnd, Fla., was "There are many people who do

", .,.. oared of Ecaema after be had suffered for not appreciate good music.
I ,- thirty yean; and ayes 1 "Hancock Liquid i'Butthey. usually do the. best they .l

v' : Sulphur\ U the finest remedy for all Skin, can-they applaud it."-Brooklyn
troubles I have ever oa d or prcacribad.* Life. '.

Doctors everywhere preacrlbe it,but they

say Sulphur ahoold bo need in liquid form FXTB.Sb.Titas'Danoe-mrvoasDiseaiiesiier. llhorl.
illl'p la4'1M's aA't's110aura.' only, as it la in Hancock's' Liquid Sulphur.. foanentlycured by Dr. Kline's Great: Nerve
l I'h iDs t ,. (plltal.gllfa Druggists ..U it. Booklet: tree, if yon Restorer, *} total bottle and treaties tree:!
@.. Writ.Hancock Liqoid Sulphur Co::',.Baltl- Dr.U. K;ElIDe, Ld..B61 Arch St..Phila., Pa. 3 1e

mor.. Even it the tobacco trust should
T ,ire. It cores: all Skin and Scalp Diatnuee,.i If show its Irritation by putting up the Cm. Co.nrtp.Hoev 1>.....1ooe., Coarateloaa.,
need In connection with the wonderful cost of its wares to the Colic. Boar KUMMck. It I)e ...,.. wormy Reliable rVfek 'ERrle.s.ri;$re ei ag' MianWhir.
} \ll.r* I'PWTbb end Colds It AM 1>.*.. '
IXanoock'B Liqaid Sulphur OiDt_ pleads the Washington, Star it wouldbe -. It N.k_Talh'.._...,. Promotes Ctiaa.* $ N eratifa "
'\\I 1u1IIOdJII.tarat.Jee ., -
r less formidable In its wrath than t

r } poem Fortunate is thc womanwbo is able monopolies which handle necessities ;
to mend, both her' husband's. clothes

..."CON.. OA.
Behind .
L : Sores Kan Spread-to Cheeks Nils resyiaaat red. hryt; FanItJ.1'1JrUTPOaITJO. I,
TO A 8KKLKTON.A -Beet Doctors Fall-Bat Cutt.

+ cura Remedies Effect Core.. FOR.. "AKntcA'S RUT'. IEST iirwro SAW,nu, wi. ''_._
e Wonderful Reatormtloa Caused "I had been troubled with for WHITC CATALOGUe,
M I .a eczema Large Engines and Beltera. etjpalnrematly. ..
MMa n / five years on my'ear and it began to extend .
I Sensation in a Pennsylvania ahlndle MIIIe..pra* Mill. C
aM fN Lldtf aW Town. on niy cbeek. 1 had been doctoring with Circular ..,.....w T..u.patent.Dep.. ,
tbo beat
> "physicians, but found no relief a
b vr whatever.. the medicines and aalvea did team Gevern.... Full II"* .ft.Ines A
Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elk- -
me good 1 I would Mill uapilee.. send fepfre' Cstaleawe
no thought get the Mica
land P.., 'Three I Axle Grease ;
; years ago '
"h Magic: Three: Cuticnra Soap CaLOintmcml.a
I 1 i\s\ found that my housework . 4 Cuticura Pills, costing rn<.
t C.f 1' was becoming a ;one-half of one visit to my pbyaician. i 1 Bert latxtoaat foe ailes U the,
burden.. I tired easily ,can truthfully date that. 1 found ihaUn ''world-long wearing.and very ad- '
had no ambitionand relief. When 1 had used three boxes of 1le Iva"
was failing tart Cuticura Ointment and two cakea of Cuti' '
1. fly complexion got curs f oap I found my sUn as soft and fine Make* a bat*? load'draw Ion alight

7 I 1 1"' : : yellow and 1 lost as.. baby' Miss Netta Avers, Ul Franklin one, Sam halt tbs wet oa TIT

over thirst 60 was pounds.terrible My, 15, 1900.Are.", Brooklyn, N.' V..: S pt.. 1 and' wagon earning and capacity team.of and you Increases outfit !Ihs t ,

I and there was sugar 'Ask your dealer'for Vtfctf Axle crass. 1VdN'.iLr.ra.i

,: in the kidney sacra.tlons. HANDSOME BY CONTRAST. Qrtatt. t.ranl.l'hd.t '
Mrs Homer-I can't understand why
Mr doctor kept me on a strict' '
that woman who has Just movedneil STANDARD A61dk.1aY1w1'
but as his medicine was not .4 r.r Ir' '

Week's. cleverest rartoon by Trigg, in the New York Preas.o helping me. I began using Doan' door spends so much' time 'with her J 1m ML....CO._. .4.. A.b.a cv
Kidney Pills They helped me at. pet dog. ..
once, and soon all traces of sugar dis Mr. Homer-Oh; then you, haven't

ALTON B. PARKER ASSAILS CENTRALIZATION appeared. I hare regained My former seen' her husband?-TitBits.H. .

weight and am perfectly well."

Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box. H. Gaelic's Sons of Atlanta,. Oa.. are
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo N.' Y. suoeeasf "
the ta
only Dropsy Specialists tba '
Sijj the Constitution Specifically Defines Bow. Far Government Can Go-At American Bar To: eesvlate
world. Bee their liberal offer In advertisement ;:{n,1 .._It thai Pa*.
Contention Tells cl to States. lA another column ot thla paper.' : TO will "
Judge Attempt "Despoil Licking Postage Stamps. FACTS"%HraDIC: : :r FREE smprore tlae.AaUMB'tle her'Health* 6

Licking postage stamps is a very I and do all we
f triM
Portland Me.-At the thirtieth annual meeting of the American Bar common practice and one that few : takes a pretty long whileto lids send her absolutely] frreea Ursa 1 4
Alton D. of New York people would associate with you t.n.Nk.o ...k box of Paxtlne with 'book of Instructions
Association: President Parker was loudly applauded :
danrer1' shave yourself, doesn't ItT" 1..d.Nd .ebw :: and ...tune testtmontals..' 8en<
of disease of Of .-Ioeo.. _.._. '
a. he arose to make his annual,address. He.aeaalled the centralization theo any sort. "Not so very long; I can shave ,...'..s 10... .. _IJ aw de your as... and address oa a postal card,
ness traceable to this cause Is rare, t..M.-. II... 1/d.a .
ries.Speaking of the activity along the line of regulating; corporations myself quicker than my old .barber 7f..e .In.1.q..ole.N ee red foU1. M.. heals
but that it does sometimes occur no A..Id 1..11oee_. I. __.... P ... .
aald In part: one can doubt But aside from the could. seal. .,e lids. "'1.. ...1"Car" I IIE.a ,
.don't believe If"It's : w utDICIUIW its (
"I .c::. .rol== Ia.. I
"Now, he who surveys the action of the legislative and executive departments disease germ theory of abstainingfrom e. ....,... -'- '
a fact; you see he stammersiMrrlbly.PhlJ.deJ oaoo CO..!loa Be,, an.-le'l'_.. \
of the State governments during the last few months cannot with this practice, It certainly is not hla Press. .atan'h atl4 InlllllllmaUoD.. "lleed feints j-
pine "ills i tbroat and "
truth $ay that they have been Inactive during this period. Nor can he say a cleanly habit nor Is It a necessary mouth,by directions: ...",,. 1&1 sea
action. It is a good deal easier and atlve power over these troubles u .straordinary :
,that the Federal Government has been more active or more drastic'' in 1U safer to lick the envelope or, what is THE MEN WHO KNOWTHE $150.00 BUYS Thousands and of w gives lDe. are Immediate using 1 ,

Action than have the States. better moisten the corner of It with The' Saw ommendlng It every: aajr. M ants a&Clrulllt.t. :
SUPERIOR most complete Kill .orb) . Remombiir.hnwevpr.
-Official* and others have suggesld of cavil that; the National Government .the finger tip. and "water and then QUAUnES 'Of at \ built in the Southern Staten rr4osTeTOuNOTnsPTOTRYITe i, ,
various schemes having for their Is limited to the powers specified In apply the stamp. A wet handkerchiefwill ,- tI ran K. PAXTOK oo,.swtxa....
ob'jeot'the bringing o'f railroads, other the Constitution creating it, reads: dampen the envelope sufficiently .\.'] Gainesville Iron .Works.
corporations and interests under the 'The powers not delegated to the I 11 I
to make the stamp adhere. While ; \ \ r.07)1"
exclusive control of the Federal Gov- United States by the Constitution, great care is taken In preparing \ . Qalncavllle. O.. 1{ ,: .
'ernment. To that end national Incor- nor prohibited by It to the States, : ' -.u ,
mucilage that Is SUCKERS Surrs 2'<
,po ration has been proposed, as bas are reserved to the States respectively put upon postagestamps .. s". -s '
also a Federal license system. or to the people.' Other' powers it is impossible to Insure tbe AND HATS fi' \ I 10'000 TELEGRAPHERS .WANTED tt.:: T.I.m.agall..,s.c s "'::' ::.
"The object which their advocates have since been granted, and in the perfect health of the persons who I/e d w_ ..' 5..bII.k.d. =4 T..ea Y _e .
; I. e. .
who have reo.a -
have in view Is undqubtedly laudable. future still others may be given, but handle them. An employe with an In. are the men ar ..J-NATIONAL'.KLCU&'G..n rt .,d y-p a i w::tsp.; .nt
them to the hard. Wri..o.&a4oe << : .
put ,, IN.TITUTa.I.r '
But that Is not enough It In the execution the Constitution as It now stands forbids ocuable disease might spread his 111 \;
est te t. in the
of their plan they violate the the exercise of any powers other condition through a whole country. It est weather. rough r: u: 'SOUTHERN COLLEGE' OF PHARMACY. r.=-

Federal Constitution and directly than those granted by It. It leaves may not' be neceaa.ry to warn ev.ryone Oft the original jo'all._!Ion October 10 April I 8prlDIr eee.lo.. Aril to o.'be. Larc-.....,_,W.wet.
lead toward the destruction of our no room for finding In the language but those who have never had Towers f1sh Brand South. Drug a to..In 'b. Coll.jrOI ,...." book .......... tar pew building
dual government. of the Constitution a claim that there and Bqnipme three L.boratnrtes. bem.ndforourgredueree .._de ..t pI,. T1II"01l..J)
their made sine IO3. ... A4dre.. .. ..... .
"Kvery power with which It was are certain unmentloned and Inherent tt subject per .Ion. W. .JtEJC.* Seer tarn to L.eki.N.A. 0.. .. wCRESCENTANTISEPTIC

deemed necessary to'endow the National \; powers\ which the Federal Government will not fall, upon a moment's re- CAr"I. I '
Ier.M. ::' 'M.':tt'"..Y.1w. .... '
Government was given to .it may exercise; flectUjn to see the folly of .licking1 w..a. ; er ;

,and In the exercise of these it was "The attempts on the part of the postage stamps.-Boston Budget. COLLEGE OF KEHTUCKT UJtVERSin' ORCATKST HEALER KNOWN'' TO '*CICNOK., '

.made supreme. To prevent any pos Federal Government to despoil the I sible assertion by the National Government States of the powers and functions I, Y.MI.pN._._......._. ._.... .;....... psrwnu. pain from any: can**. strong as earbolio acid and as barmlea a.
of Inherent powers; those belonging to them will not tend to EYES ,KUIMKD' __7SJ/ P .. ... ..........pIo, "...... slur , Tweet milk. ear.. bonus instantly;, corn old and* chronic'tmrepy''
assigned to It carefully and e.r l .( core aorea and inflammation from any; eana* oa man fir bsas- For.. i :1
were smoothness In the working of our By neglect; they get red and sora and yon .W'iL..v.'i:KY.eaM."p.:: r.i:::it- fowl eholwa bead< and Batiafactiosi 't
*-coras son ronp patti uijI.rMbbautMr.s.Q \
enumerated. dual scheiiv- government. AlreadyIt let tbom.go. Don t do 1'.lAGDudl'.O"ld.. .
"But to avoid even the possibility has bad Its effect. The Indignation en J!.,.. Lotion cures noroneM without pain
of a contrary claim the Constitution of the governing forces of many ot ua one day. Coou,.beats and airengtbana.jDslit -
,was at once amended by the addition the States Is already aroused. It is oa having .LeGII&rdI.-la makes tl :
ot ten articles-__every one of which shown in the legislation of the year. strong eyas. Ouaraotead or mosey refund. 1 ;,
ed. jJrugglsla at 26 eta or forwarded
operated as a restraint upon the N I- It had not a little to do, In my JudgmEnt .G
of t 8 Juaonardi I'N
prepaid oa receipt price >j V. ...
i tlonal Government. The last one establishing with, the recent conflict of judicial Co., Tampa, Fla. S.\WS.. RIBS. Brbtla Tw.a. ItakbK. i.t.;. fer wy Mb*". ;...
.beyond even the possibility, authority In North Carolina." I ., .f GIlt CNGINCS. BOILERS wrf PRCSaCB 1
; .. end Rc*.lra for SMM, Slurttac. .....,... ..JUi.,:k.
It requires a lot ot strenuous willpower ... . .. and lath MHta,..GaMflaa '
Uctora. WP'*. V.lvt. and rttt. . t.. Sew ShUwlc. iTaflaaaCa .110-

NOW THE BRITON MAY LEGALLY WED DEAD WIFE'S SISTER I for a girl-: of 25 married to act as If:]f I OMPANy": .MiU* ..i ..aclu,'Auau.t.LOMBARD" GaI.II .. \' IRON- WORKS AND, 'Off L> f.."

she didn't care to get ,
Famous Bill Becomes a Law Alter Centuries ol Legislation.Bouse of Lords Always Objected G I, (

Until ling Edward Cane \to (the Rescue. "f '

London Marriage with a deceased wife's sister has finally become legalized ''' ' '; : : .
in Great Britain. : : :
The House of Lords, by a vote of 9S I to 54, passed the ott-defeafed bill ", ,. I I , ;:.::,,," '

at Its third reading thereby making such marriages legal. It .. 'i '

Throughout the battle In the House of Lords the opposition was headed ? -- .. y pt -- I n

by Lord Salisbury's relatives the Cecils. Both Sir Hugh and Robert Cecil I' .
used every trick known to parliamentary procedure to prevent a vote from :
inThi's 'rf.
being reached. Advertise Paper r .

1 K The law relieves the matrimonial difficulties of a number of English .

peers, retrospectively legitimatizing their children. .

These marriages, though lawful in in 1847 to examine the marriagelaws .
the colonies were void In England.The and from 1849 up to the present '
whole country rejoices in the attempts were made, both' In Ue .

passage.of the bill into law. House of Lords and the House of -, -. ._ ,-- -_. _- _._--_. _-
King Edward notified the Lords Commons, to pass the bill. .. '
--- -
that he thought the bill should pass, As a'rule the Commons have car'led' VNDERSTOOD. F A D'- LESS: :DYESsyj :
and this hafl much to do with Us goIng the bill by a large majority butIt Mrs.Galey (with paper)-The telephone PUTNAM Ir
through. has been thrown out by the Lords, II 1.eMd wWr bMtw Sees e.g ether dye,Yes. ,r
In France answers a call .. other dye 0De1o.L'V p.ek..e enb.s.31 (4)oIcInoTljo (10.. Q.s_r, 1nl..M. ,
girl 4 RUt II.UG.
C The passage of the Deceased Wife'sSister's through the aggressive opposition of aaMassawgEi..ItoOkJot-IIow se o 7e, BWoh ad Mix
bill ends a remarkable legls- the bishops and a few ultraecclesiastical by; saying "I listen. garment ;

lathe ,struggle dating back to the. lay peers, although King Edward Mr. GsUey Why the superfluous In-
Ii early history'of the church. when Prince of Wales, set the formation-Puck.. '
[ i Previous to 1533 marriages of consanguinity example of voting for It. Dro :

and affinity were wholly On August 20 last, after prolongedand TACT. '
law and such mar'rlages animated debate M1 r ,
govered by canon ,the House of :
; from 1(33 to 1835'were void- Lords by 111 to 79 vote, passed the "How did you come to,make sucha d.y Iteniam| e a :
able. In the latter ;year the Lyad- second reading of the Deceased Wite'sSister'sbill great bit with Miss,OldglrlT" ":f h.' 3010 rS..
hurst act made past marriages of affinity the minority including:; "Read her .palm'i' and told her that Write "

valid and future marriage. every one of the seventeen bishops I 'she would be' married before she was lasclallats. : :

.void. The House Commons at first who are members of the House of twenty;tbreer'-Cleveland. .Leader;
rejected the prohibitory clause as regards Lords, and as the measure bad pre* FRO/f Tribune.'v: f
marriage with a deceased wife'speter vlously passed the House'' of Commons + Mr*Wln.iow'.SootbingByrepforf! fdren PRINTS .
it. this cession tkegamrnredaee.ta
i but, afterward .accepted It now becomes) teetbl..1ICIfteDa
A royal commission was appointed, law ,-. stoe. .,a\1aJ'l\' ). -.-wind coUoo trio.' .a bottle' Ra'Dor-You think |
-- Buried'Alive. ::: ,: bl. with Japanf., \
Belmont and Ryan Fall Oat., MrDills "aYlaSI n ED.- I didn't .
I Bhyne- I
Friends >of August Belmont j and Mrs. Suiau Dills 'and: her:alxteen-; Boy-My gtoth.rtbougbtwmisllpper. : j : do. DOW. The I
year-old grandsoh'. James la.t.we.L, .
.Thomas F. Ryaa practicallyadmittedthere Cope, i- to 'double-
[ was a'gram breach between the buried"alive in a .Dllea"mlne''' nearSylvar Man-Felt T -: CUD the
I two financier:, andean effort by the N. C. Tbey*were visiting MrfDill's 1 'Boy-Tep; three times already.- showing utter ( '

L Belmont' ,interest in the.'InterborloughMetropolitan J, mine. when :'aD' excavation ot" .Dearer'Post. _. a thing.qhicago 1c '
curred ''and,, they
to tbrow the Met were larnotheredbs-
Iropoiitan Street, Railway system 'ot death- -- .. , . ,
New York .Cltjr back, on ,Mr.; nyan'elands .

[ was predicted.! !i JlaY".c Od'.i' Tour ;Abandoned.' '
? I,
i Wl11la 'Haywood. 7hestra.ln '
.. I feeling 111,1 !iIii : Ii
Money Market Kollef. of tl&e'UIU'throlJ'lh''YhlclJ''he' P t d

Secretary; of the Treasury Cort l-< passed -in- Bois .-Idaho'has given'up rI ',

you tanounced a new plan for money ,, his proposed tour of"the East. an4 talb
Market! relief. 'j I Ia ,will return to Denver.. M't.pmrtlRfit(! rt". .., !M"u aR tE".:.HAIR.. RgBORERt.. ,! ., I !,'II"tI1I"I-, JI '

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............-........... palgn, and his rising/ generation enJOY Public:: Road Notice,

with him the fine feast -spread out N.UBIAN TEAKeeps Notice'-hereoy'given that It 1* the Intentionof LIQUORSALL r

i With i Neighbors at. Whitter.h' before Mr.-Crow them. Shiver and his bride, County the Board Florida of the Commissioners next regular meeting of Oaceola' of .

having enjoyed an extensive' honey 1 said held on Monday the Tth day of
:| Reported. Weekly by O. I, C, t moon have at last settled down to October/1UO7, tceatabllsh the following proposed BRANDS OF .
look the world'aquarely in the face road a*a public road: THE LEADING

Ilibar4>,stetanrt'+I'' and to bear one another's burdens 1 Beginning at tha Southeast corner of the North

We'are at present at a loss to know with becoming/ dignity and grace to be east quarter of 'the Northeast quarterof ; (
Brother Guy La' expected 'Section On (1) Township' Twen. f
how to classify your correspondnt. andSunday WHISKIES 1
Just ,
among bis sheep mysteriously Lima (26)) South of Range Twenty-elght. (28) -
'.* It Is first Whittier, and then when it is hinted You Well. East,and running thence West U the West line

Bull Creek. Last week tbe fortaer lov that there wll) be a dividing line delinquent established of said Section On.(t).thence North to a point :
the sheep and
,callty claimed our undivided services .' between 113 feet South of the centre of the Right.ut Way

M1k this week\: .tbe latter .section has a refractory goats., Montttd'oca had i the misfortune "of th.Atlantic Coast Lln. Railroad Company on Case Whiskies. Domestic Brandies.
Mr. Julian It the Section line between Section *
postoftice that requires oar Is an Thlrty-flva (3 ) l
hustled about In to lose two of his most promising and Thirtv-elx (at) In Township J Ji Pint I.IaL''QII.rL .t.lf..rDla.: (extra A a .
attenUt.o."e are a dogs during a recent thunder Twenty-live Echo Itprlute Rye ... ,..,'> ,' .,. .t 60 ,. .. ..... .'. .' .' t IIG
most unceremonious-manner wltl no : both dead when became Meal ,- C26)) South of i Rang Twenty-eight (III) East IXTWlB1 flrt Kye ... ........ .fI'l 78/ l \2J;; I M Marylyuslalb.Pe..h'. .. .. ..., ". "7 loo
apparent Individual right to contend storm. They were the morning thence. running Westerly along...... Right of Wilson. Rye... ,441 7* 160 MarrlandApple.. .. ......21v AD! lee
for, and .hould there be a period of to Inspect the pen / Way 113 feet South of the centre of same through J. W. Harper amtrhnn.,4U. 7)1 1 MJaji. North Carolina leach .. ..110\! M 1 00 y,
t time wl.en .both plsces are In a state after the storm in question. for Sections Thirty-five (all). Thirty-four (SI). Thirtythree . K. Peppe rlourhou..8.b. M LIi: North Carolina "'I'pl..16: 1\0'\ OO ,
Dull Creek we have not yet had Remedy solace Kaltlmnre Rye ,..4U. 7A 110 Jersey Al>l'le Jack..i..lUt/ t* 121
'of quietude the national Secretary of At puarP (8e). Thirty-two ('K) and. Thirty-one (31) )(outer Btltlrsora( It ... a no
has important work an opportunity of gathering important A In said Township ('.!Ii)South of Range OI..I.rentlo.lly..........,4U 72 AVSFoathen
?e Agriculture) some' items to any extent' The auhool, under i TwentiMUe Rye......... ... 8 OOClvrmnn Imported Wines in Case.
nod O. I. C., In Constipation. ; Twenty-eight. ($) East the'Polk County line. '
to be acctuuplUeii as ; f
rPCMfaNe: Nttarerrrr.ra"
4 connection with his other duties, has the supervision of Mr. I1a"ey.ap. Witness my hand .. ex-offlclo Clerk of said > Rye distilled...........IW. II IW 12 00Chase's I'nrt. . .................. ...... per bottle 10osherry
to be in a progressive state. I Malt,. es.peelally .. .. ........ .. ... .. ". 100
iI been appointed caunty'correspondent\ pears ban thus far Board and the official Seal of said Board at;Kin.alrnmee for utedlctoal UuiKiindy, ... ...... ..... ...... '
The heated and wet term I use ..... .. ... .. ..... 1 lWflodford ? I OSHaiitorno S.
.40 .
and is a Florida, this
for Oscola county expected to --- -. 2nd day of September. A. ., . .. ... .... ........ 160
prevented. a good atte.nd n e. County Rye 3);; O t Mlinker's ... .. .......... *.
correspond i _two or three D. rJ07. SMI 1> ;._ IE. L UESLEV .; XXXX Kyo ... I MKdrernnnl Rhino Wines 1 M
k perhaps Hancock baa a Horse .. .. .
"times a month of his town. Mr. Henry with. what people call Couuteoaeu.aooo Indigestion Clerk Circuit Court. Oaceola County. Fla. Urocn Wrau ' CI..rol..UC..f.. .. . 7% 100 >foo ,,:

.c hip aids."QU may see that our time badly afflicted By ARTHUR R. DONEGAN. [SuLIJe.putiY nfi 00Cream Pint Quart .
blind staggers which died Sunday of .Kentuekv..40 75 1110 fj. H.Nnma'aExtra: Dry. .. 200 4 .
We do not On p
all taken )
la nearly III Clerk. CnwadeT. Whiskey) 4 ...... Miiet&Cliaoilou White Heal 2Ou'W '
(morning. )
: Biliousness --- -
propose,;, however, to be lacking In litldeu best.t4: M'I in .
to us ----- --------
loyalty to valuable journal Mr. ISubauks!; came over see Notice of for Tax Old .JIMS ... . . ..2t ViO 1 our your this morning on Lusinesa and reportsthe Application ... .. An 'All Case Goods Hated at 91.60 will ,'
and stall I continue to lifts A ourjaomet health of tbe communitygood. andDyspepsia Deed Given in AccordanceWith Red Top... .. ... .. ....*. ISO "
t kind of weekly Items an wag usyour.&n general Mark Koovn ... ... .....40 7.% 1 11Iala'M.ld be sold at four bottles for &>. '
lied anvil)In a.In then worthy ot Sections 574 and 575 of .. .. .. .........411 7\ AOINNII
and a ....
Harry Savage family are on Baltimore K-c vn nn 100
publication) ( a visit Mr. Hancock's family. MO5 ee aNr.P . the General Statute of the Old CarnlirldKO..... ......4" 71 1 AOrtirlfati Ale Beer. and Stout per Dozen.:
Citizen Arch has bee rusticating t to his JPOtcOt Ifooccoc.u / ( Ky.. .. ... .. .. .....4O 7. 1 AOOolileii 1
4 with Olive and Gussie on the sheep Thornton Powers r'I is visiting .oommw .. State of Florida.Notice Creamu ';.; 1110 Dana Pala Ala .. .. . .. perdoteo 350liuinueha'i'htout.
i best. girl. Paul Jounce . Ib 04 Wfountllutlon ... ... ** *
ranch re I'nlng'110m Friday" after and Crow have recently I* hereby given that James Randall : :::::::::;::.10: 7H .. : AOKeiiuickvTavern BUM-II Blue ,lAbel .< 350Auliauaor { 40
about.w a hc nce, and to bee Barney purchaser of Tax CTtlficiato No. 1170, dat .. ..... 4O 7A 1 AO I Auhaunerlkuch Budwelser II *> 111I',
in brought two fine horses from the il the Ath day of Julv. A. I). IMtli' Iou Brook Hill (UottledIn, . .
4 the old veteran come Friday evening marsh, and as one of It is good for the Liver, Kidneys Stom Sled said oertlflCHle 'lu my ..01..., and has made band).... .. ....... .... 40 ''1 i ISO
l with his rifle and ammunition anda wild they are striving to ach, Bowels and Blood.It i application for uxdi-ou to I....*lu accordancewith Ovrrhalt(.....Uedln bond 1110Yellow Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.
sparkle in his eye which denoted somewhat law.Said Label... .. .. ...... 40 ul> I 10old
takes the of calomel and leave '
that be had enjoyed the trip; was bring him Into subjection.\ place' certificate f' braOfO. the fullowlngda' Crow.. .; .. .. ... ...... I OOhli. NouotalDllprlD.; Rye XXX.. .. .< 16
'TIs said that Mr Henry Fertlc and no bad after effects 'I scribed properly 'ted' In Osoeola ruuutv, \\ .. oak (Tcnnetse* Ilornefthoe. yearolrt. .... f ..
really a pleasure to those! who respected his George are about to visit the It i, needed in the Spring Summer, Florida, to-wlt: Whiskey) . ... ......,\.10 160 Kentucky I'rldit,7 year old.. " 1 1110
him. son Fall and Winter Men WOOlen and ,, Lot N. Sand 10 of 8liwmakera'a. Sub Dlv. of Kentucky ITIJe. .. ..". ,.-..!Vs M 1 OO olden CrownAye. ..:,. .. . " 400 1-
At the Emporium business Is as usual East Coast. by Block DL and IL Robert Ba..' addition to Kin- Kcho Bprlnre Rr*.. .. .. ,100 ,t.
Mr. Jere Tumblin is still merchandising Children.It slnimeeClty.Tbe Lebanon Club double ...m"(> .. ". 4 M I'
a little slow at this season of the. and will soon' procure his is extreme!? palatable -even children said land being aasesaed at lb. ''date of Malt\ Whisky in Glass-Case Goods. Crssmof Kenluuky. .. " 4 M 'i

t year. Fall vnd winter stock from the like it. Buy a bottle from. the lasuanc of such certificate IB tb. name ufErrlok Mall .. ... . Anla.-Ba\\ 10 years old ". 60S :
1 The Hotel ue Beulah has become an U. Smith. American 40 7. I AODully' Ked Top Rye 14 year old. . S 00
foreign market and the pleniy which Unless said certificate shall be redeemed so- s Mite Nalt .... . .4U TOriaucbeaMalt 1 2\ v4
established fact as a sign in front of .. .. ....
.. 122.
: >
but cordlnir to law tax deed will, issue thereon on '
makes generally prevails, Corn Whiskies
y said hotel indicates that lodgers shall peace Roberson's Pharmacy the UlE day of Octobnr. A. D. 1107. by the Gallon.
pay twenty-five cents per eight meals! as my opinion is that should O. I. C. WilnoM mf official ilgoatiire and seal Ibl. Domestic and Imported Gin in North t.n.lloa'etlo.... Corn f1i
the editor
desire to keep peace [K4L1 the'ilayof: Heptmt, A. r
.1 of
thirty-fire cents each. We have notas't years old. 1" ...1.. .
had better end this lengthy article, KISSIMMEB FLA D. V.07.. K: L LESLEY Glass., North t'arollnalVllkeatounty: }
heard any compla1nta..alld as will close. O. I. C, Clerk Circulfi! >urt.OMvola (:torn. 7 yean old ...J. ... ... 1. s1 f
O. I.O. has frequently been-ail invited ---- .- ----.- .-. -- - County, Florida OoolII'H Old . quest, will say that the fare is good Bjr Arthur E, Douegau. D. C. l Dry thin . ....... I AO ,

': and other accommodations well pro- Low Rates via Atlantic Coast Line. AN ORDINANCE.An ;. . .. .. I'lynuuiilbUIn I'o.lboru llolUmltilu........ 1 110 Afl Prices$ by the Gallon. 4 1

f Tided 25.50 Richmond, Va., aDd return. !Hell tan ..... .. U Oil) '
Ordinance to Prevent, Suppress and PuaUh (iordnn<;in .. .. 110 lire trom's;ra.,,. a 00 up
health ?
of communi
The general our 8 0 10 and 11. Corn from .. .:. ........ . . .... 'l'
On sale September the.. .of tntoxiattnq.VinosorMalt Liquors riiuoiihate .. . ... In 7.1 110 . 3: UII up ;
4 ty' appears to be good so faras local Mobile Hunk .. J.r s Ml I 01'IIcI. titu from '. HOO .UD
Final limit September 19th. Wines In the Town of Kbslmmee City.
disease are concerned Marlon or IkliuJ Eudursure 'i' Hi 1 iw And all other Llquori In pruporllon.Gins. ;
Johns has had a severe attack of fever $?5.70 Washington D. C., and return Whereas The County of Osceola did on the Wolfe' Mchledam"Hrhiiap tee"q J
PINt day of February A. D. I'.Ofl\ vote against the |.. .. I 'JfiComu
but Is slowly recovering. Thereis'snother via Norfolk. ( lUfk (Sin nd Bonellrline Rums and Brandies by the i?
one of the children plini- i sale In said county of Intoxicating eplritona, . . .. 2: ffi 1 00
27.70 Washington/ D. C., I'e' rinoui or malt liquor wise under theVpro-. '. Gallon.Itukettlli 4
larly afflicted, but both of these were or Red Linn Gin /&n I "I)
o from other than local causes. turn via Richmond; on sale Septemcee vtslons of Chapter 13. Title H. First Division.( 1 t 7A l'lidcrnix-1'ii Old.. Tom .. I All .. . ..1 TO f 4I

At the Drawdy mansion the Patriarch 0, 10 and 11. final limit fifteen General Statutes of the State of Florida Did Tom bin I . . .. .2 25 I
days. And. Whereas, Under the provisions of Section Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Import lIoU.II.I. . ..t 7ft I
appears to be enjoying his.usual Keltoo'l N. K. ltum.7 )ea", ..1.1. .I OS. i iI. I
l health. ,._ Extensions, may be obalned uotl1uctober 1071. General Statutes the State of Florida, ' 1'>. Quarts <.......n....,'* Uedlord( Kan' 7 years, old ...4 l
Corn gathering and a too busy 4th. any. town Incorporated under the general lawa of "uwor'" . )l .MI, ''...rh Randy yer gallon..2: 74, and 4.O t J
appeared to be tbe said State.. authorized to prevent. or suppress l.lufVllluin.. IV. V. O. I'. 21u Avnle Brandy, per gallon' .2: IW, 1.00 and 4.OS '.
starlong .
V t. 21.05 Nashville, Tenn.; and return I stack and \rhlte ScoU-h 2 California; Brandy ver gallon 4I
for complaint last week, but as on sale September 21 22 and 23. Final Illegal sales of such Intoxicants within Ha limits corn gathering: is finished and a fair limit to leave Nashville September In any county wherein the_I.of such Intoxicantaha Iiunrliri Irish .. ...",' I M O) Port and Sherry Wines by the ? (
.crop housed, all will be well. 30th. been wholly forbidden pursuant to an elect }
Miss Amanda. appears .in lee usual ion duly held for that purpose under the Constitution The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob- Gallon.

.' -health. The matufetay of the Drawdy JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION' BATES.!: and laws of said State and to punish tainable bottle.. ... 100 1
.famlt Miss Jane, is In moderate See other advertisement: such UIeIra1aa1.. C wrw.d 7 California Port, per gallon.; :..I./W. i.oo a04'1M> e''I'1
r .health. John is on the complaining For Information call on or. write Now therefor be It ordained by the Council of Wilkes Couoir.: N. C. ....& Wt' 100 California Sherry, perpergatlon..LhO and tJW I.'

lilt and Will able to cow-hunt. nearest agent orJ. i the Town off aIm_City: .: Old HarveIh.Corn .: C:. .:::::::-ft V> SO Ht I OOCauwba noMaple Imported Imported! Port Port "our botUInf,...1.00 per asd bottle 4.O '., I

The Patriarch accompanied your O. KIRKLAND, Section 1. WIoofter..tle..te. be sold Valley..........-t\ W 1 AOKlkVaUey Imported Sherry per (alien. I.CO,a.6II cad 4vOO } C
,* 'correspondent to Bull Creek on Saturday D. V. A., Tampa. Fla. any InlnlieHiis spirituous, vinous or malt . .... ... .. .:*, M 1 00 I, C
Paint and ,
wines within the limit of the Town Paper \
; last and spent an hour' or liquor o* of I
} w two with -Mrs. Savage who In the absence Itlllll"City shall! be punished upon conviction Imported\Cognac! Brandy Orders will not be filled without ,

of Henry dispenses the honors DR. LESLIE. W. WEEDON thereof by Imprisonment la u.o-;! jar Improve- and protect your bouse. DnpooftSIO\ ..... ....... .. .. ..'..kOOXXKK "aah.'poatotlloe order, express money ./ 'a
of Institution with commendable ..........two months. ... .by fine not ex- I will be pleased to bring my 1007 'e' neap ... .. . ... .., .2 110 order or certified check.\ Send money 11 1

graoe and dignity.: eeadiaatmOO.Section sample books to your house and ', 'NarUU &X11.. ... .. .. . ...... ..... . ... ISO I with order. .{.. 1. j
The prospect. for a good, crop of oranges Specialist;-Eye., Ear 2. It shall be the duty uf the Marshaland make any suggestions In the latest >

appears promising and grape his deputies and policemen, and they are decorations that you may desire. "

fruit at'the Savage Institute' Is in Nose and Throat..... hereby aathorlsed mod empowered to enter any Drop me a card and I will cheer H.. W: METCALF ColORANGE : 5)h

.a4 ndid shape. ' building, booth, tent or other place or part fully furnish estimate. on paper

There has been rain enough to keep thereof with or without..&ftUIt. In which they and painting : : : : : : :

the streams in good running order. ',' .. hare coast cause to suspect that tplrttaoua. vinous AVE. ORLANDO FLA '. 5)C 5)u
some of them too full for safe cross- Private Hosoit ti:; Americari :'NaItionaKBanklBuildinif.lTampa. or'malt llqoora ace kept for sale contrary t.* GE BA '
to*. < ? ordinance. and to seise the same, and to arrest the qED A.ORLANDO. E
c The real estate marked has been ; : *.. partiei so ensured In such safes. and If auch JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY :

somewhat Inflated by the magic word, ' :p' r"'I1Fl-7d;; i'Ii' ,.l :jl\ '. liquors In such quantities ai to confirm the beliefof .
!phosphate." Inscribed in a recent reply ,, . .' !f('< "f"\" Illegal, sales of the.asm* be found in the FLORIDA. .. -- -- --- ---. -.- .--- l r'
from the geological department at building booth tent,or.. other place the same -- - -- -
-- ----- --- --
Washington the_analysis of certain shall be uaed as evidence of the selling of liquor

k soils procured from this vicinity. I .-.- contrary to ordinance: provided however that i j Uk' jeVrflucV jtVJ*.. arrdcMclr $17.35Jamestown (1:
What will "come next'Is difficult to i this ordinance shall not be so constructed .. to ( (

tell. Gold, silver Iron, etc.,. are W. L. WINN app-y to persona keeping a reasonable amount of 4. M. TILLER .. IIIt
>w44 'among the prospective finds which spirituous liquor. in his private residence for

'Old Probabilities has predicted, PSW-IIICI.IIo.N AND .URQ.ON'. private use.Sections.. r. : Real l Estate Agency.aNeN.NNNNN.Nas Itgr
Exposition !lj
'-.:. Meanwhile our belles and beaux are. : Any/marshalor deputy marshal or 4 .

perambulating Broadway and Lon .-....... rswa a. [:...,..... policeman who shall wilfully refuse to perform IB 1*

don Terrace with what jewelry they ........--. ?. ......... till duty in : for IIqu.... witty> etc,
:can procure from our merchants unconscious after proper aMdavitbas been made by some 4 Realty bought and sold. ; AND 'RETURN FROM ,: P
of any wealth that may lie creditable anon that they have good reason to
under the soil on which they tread K. J. W. SIMPSON believe that.uoh liquors are concealed la some Taxes paid and Titles M
The heated term allays' the ezcitement. IID) l j verified KISSIMMEE
special building booth. tent Or other place for fi. *
however, which the passing out M for non-residents. i
sale, he shall be fined not leu than Fifty Dollars
-of the so-called dog days does not DENTIST. and shall(fprfeit his commission. or employment jj Fire, Life and ACcident In- tow

t .seem to diminish. Office ove. Oaceola. Pharmacy. ..aach officer: provided that nothing; herein ... surance.

Our Democratic rooster is still In I shall be no construed as to permit any officer to 4 Indemnity Bonds. FLORIDA DAY PI
I 0 a. m. to 12 r '
the height his glory. A m. .
thermometer OFFICE HOURS: enter the dwe1ln! >m|>*of any person without
in the 90s does not appear to In- f l:3o to 5:30j: in. warrant *N Arau< ..""" "V''V'\ .

'+terferewithhis active tadpole,, Telephone. ,. ICo. 76 Jun 5.1'r. .
4- cam Section I I. All or 1
in conflict herewith; bee and tbe same are

_. I hereby repeaUd. *"
C 'M- --- -- X Passed In oven aeeslon this Cth day-of September. Benedicta TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 23d. ONLY .if m.

A. D. 1007.' W. J. SEARS. Ckob
t And See Attest." : !President of the Council .
M J. R. GILBERT. Final Limit Ten Days. Good in Sleeping
IFr C Jerk of the Town of Klasimmee.: "A WOMAN'S MtDIONE"DO ... .

H F Approved this*>th. day of September. A. D.1907. Cars via -a* '' th.U.
r ee0 (Sean ">': T.M.HUEPHY. l

Mayor of 105 I
KlasimmeL-P .
-- : -- -- I TOU SVrrKK: the UU of womanhood ;1. we

;Notice tor Publication. as so many women do suffer? Do you I Double' Daily Service Tampa to Norfolk, Pullman Cars. PSt
NEW THINGS want to cat well without the aeoesstti- u
Department of the Interior. of palatal examination embarrassing-
Cal and set be( Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. consultations Do you want to take aremedy I Lane For Ticket rates enervation, or Information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast.1, whchi
Agent or
August !->. 1907
Into home and eonrOanetn ,,
? a* For Notice hereby Qlvan that Clem T. Sullivan, your J. W. CAim. T. P. A. TAMPA, FLA. J. G. KIItKLAND D: P.. A .'
w of Loutrb....... has filed notice of his Intention to T. C. WHITE O. P. A. WILMINGTON. N. C.Y.. J. CRAIG, to
1,: New Standard make final nve year proof in support of his elalm vex.

"'a f Bomeatoad Entry No. :31.V: made Juno .. ,
1802i! for the NEW"Section **. Township 29' I. a "Woman's lIedlci_." A praeortptloa vN gNf MNKN4h1M1gVaN11N1tiNNM1 NSrWy : Ii'we
Range:8T E and that said proof will! be made before of a physician who mad th* tody of Fo* NtiN

Clerk. Circuit Court at Klssimmee. Fla. male Disease lots specialty it was used i
onSeocemberJO C. A. CARSON. Pr..ld..t. II
Fashion.'Sheet 1807. successfully t>y.him in his practice., It has N. C. BRYAN, Socr.l.ry. tta'Ur

Men'sWomen's Ue names the followingwitnesses, to 'prove hiseotinuoa been used successfully. by thousand of rr :231:: US:
_. Pro- '
-T readenc* upon, and cultivation of the women during tno many years 111 i
.).. land via: ....... physlcbans have also foaad It a valuable | ,8u

: O. ddcraanof Luughman. Fla. Sullivan assistant,wbeu they desired to.avoid 1raf
: Gary
R .ITS .A BEAUTY s of. Loughman. FIa-2 leremlah: Moody of aa i Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I \

.-r Haloes City. I la.; Charles F. Prevail of Camp operation.BCNEDICTA sxsiUi

; bell. Fla. HENRY 8. CHUBB --Whelssal and Retail Dealer* l.- E flnt
'it"aflustratef, the most Register. U a TegeUU rwmexly. .It Is -. f roam i )
and ----- Y roots herbs sad barks known: to poss as '

-q-to-dateItyiesn Children'sWear ta properties wtoloh har a woodocful coratlT GROCER-r.ES f I Ii
Cattle Estray Notice.: and tonic erect upon the omalo. orgtasM sad i ,
way that will nervoos syston.' .Without sasnUosdae; tIaeD&IIJ' to < >
law rMaar.Y I .
Notice Jeherby given that L. A. Minx.
forms of faU tronMe that was ssauf.r I
defight of the Peace D\aWtct 1110. )01 0.-1& County baa ,1
,wo say that there Is avo trouble of this i COUNTY" U'Ta to* mss
|| : filed In this offlee eertiaeaU of the chart Uoe :
klad that .....'.. WIll rot laanudlately roller
sad spprslisnunt of estrays takes up by Jobs J. *.aad aaally cur*. :H.A : awl
Dana with the appreleid valuation ot the aiisltewwit 7 I |:
I IT.,
.. j''IJI" : Gee daft yellow brand.-.q.*. 'BBMtbJCTAIs -, .",. ,I Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES ;J

'" .._...aad. E :
eve years" otd.valued at; tea ooUsrs. Ass prepared ssretotlysad.el rtladany.sal c 'T' ,0. 1 T
''\ : eoeheifer y'
''.' ''-, Nlk' and with too coosdousnos th* repoalti ; STANDARD with black heed wUte.. belt side ij
I ..
: 'Par.a. .._
: A'r' shoot eae year eve. ....... *>f clvlac to suTwrtaT woaasa m raeaody that ApHlcatl.wEZE '
UaiesssaU -alma'.a.. r'nlmiil withiik,the wm sot OsUy b e bstMOelBnV' "" but sO.o hanmUe* mmD

-1:\k'k'r J tpAnERNS' teas presaibo w law_ ''WIll .be sold M4erprwrkaksM tadoeW; 8M aaattorwhat saaytM tho coai -. i*

.. :K'A'T",'.c.t ef Sectiea M5 of the General Statsite. dlttor of tbs weaeaa tatlag: : : : :D .E 'S' F. (U : 4 [ 3 tlha
or ) I .. 'r .. otthe b w.ot the State ofFlorida..' i.n is_sou at ILM'M bora*, b'Ri1A'SkuW .SI; WOOL:

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