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 20, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00299
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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rSHHHFf ANDMARS' $Al.RAJOJUNO .plotted to effect,a ,daring Jail dell very, i i owned them, had the'..JOOIII been.'1,OSOOUCOW1Y. ," regetablei "' . '

whereby be and some of his fellow I here during all i these years, to take ....:' grow as a leader.this ..a.ol ,, withcelery moot. and,a general::crop', ol'i.Ress.: "' "

I TIGfRS. prisoners expected to enjoy a vas I Ication their bear toll from'ihe,Ubor, of.our I f" bier In season; he also has a floe orange '
A fAVOtfD Santo. 'J- J. Johnson'hir
an
tour. | I' or"Dao.e' groveVaUhougb. the'fruit,. here, Is1'
Cooper Is and isa vegetable grower:, short., ,
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doubtless
very well satisfied . And thlok of what welha., missed ,/ .
Bass Smith Matter and with his lot. W U.,Maklnson Js I..M.,, Lanier egtrplsatfor
a hardware
Morgan Ala baffler jot Jus- |In rice and crime. IQ the bloody work Fine Summary Our, fanning and and 'fall" ad
lewis Jones Arrested.The ice he holds the Florida record.: Asa of the drunken phiLoItoterI..nd the furniture-dealer and a .grower, buyer a general crop of yegeubles in ''sea:

homeless and helpless vagabond (\.0 (reckless rowdy, because .we banished fruit Crowing 'I lotcrtsts.Mr and shipper of Oranges and vegetables son also so orange grore. ''

n. of/blind tiger cMe which described by '' E. I Yulee ..eggplant ,
some over-sympathetic ,the stuff that maddens the brain awl L.. F.,, 'Walsemann the Overstreet :has an orange ,for fail.
will at the next perrons) he succeeded in enllttlng rep.resentattye : grove :and''' will and a general crop in the springy r: .'
com up term of the so often putt murder In the heart *\\of! of the New grow tomatoes. and '
more powerful Influence and more of- \ Yprk ,Packer, onions this.season. E. K., Brown, ioranre grove and jvesf1es ,
tie County Court continue to grow, man when Its devllsh ,1.Influence is ,
flcfal protection than 'prisoner who spent two weeks here looking >bles In season. ; Mr, Brown' says
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any J. U. Bronson
s..aJlDlt'tbro'ual his ,telnet! Think of has an orange !
new cases baringbeen added I cro.eallld .
three on who occupied a cell In this State. .he. possible race riots and bloody ooh, over the agricultural situation, writes will grow vegetables inseason;. some of hl" trees hare an'average J

Tuesday, which bringsthe total up to The ,case of .Cooper Is and has ic tons t>between whites and 'negroes his paper as follow.!irKlsslmmee ''I. M. Lanlerhas; a fine grovewith crop,but on the whole will ,not hare; '

.twelve. *. been a mystery!, in Florida-not no have .avoided because, there was Fla. Y orange ; one-fourth the;usual prop.
we 13.
Sept. -;KIs an, average crop of fruit and
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O. *Lewli has
V On Tuesday morning ::Marshal far as his crime and bis conviction are no whiskey bandy to "start the row!" simmee, the capital city of Osoeola also grows"vegetables In sear W acres r of- fine
eggpkmt for {
,;,Hodges, who U alto. deputy sheriff, concerned but In the hidden alliances Think of the brigade of.poon sodden Is One of' C. S.:Acree, old reader early winter and willgrow s
which have worked: In his behalf, preventing l oafer and vagabonds. white and county, the finest up-to-date an Packer ; :, a general crop'In\ season.
"gotwlnd that suspicious shipment Ofi t lime and time again the execution black .hanging around the saloons towns; In Florida Its location on 'has a fine orange, grove under irrigation W. T,. Lamb expects to growa general +
ode i had been hauled rr m'tbe which ,will produce a good crop, of regetables in aeasoy.
away of the plain and unrevoked penal with their perpetual thirst loving {pake Tohopekallga, one of the Urge )
average of fruit and -alio '
express o1 ffioe at all early hour.. He ty pronounced by the law ,Perhaps ..with lakes l crop grows ORANGES A? .
: whiskey the same Intensity, with of the Btate !Is suberb. Its' cukes .and eggplant for fall and'winter .. NAROOQfOr.6.
immediately') notified his chief, Hherifl some day the 'mystery will be cleared J which they bated work, a reproach to public buildings are of the' best conitructlon shipment. ", Nsrooouee, fourteen miles; .from'
Walker' and together they started When it Is, It will made{ the greatest humanity; a burden to the 'community Its streets 'are, floe and : Klsslmmee on the, Sugar Belt ,Kail

out to locate the contraband.; The newspaper.. "story" of,a decade..... and ..' curse to' their lamlltes-think broad; It has fine stores, good clean IU.D. Libby basso orange grove road little. ,hamlets la one of in the the most State.interesting Locatedon

shipment having been made in the U5FHANACE of this foul gang of human parasites and comfortable hotels, a DeW.p.per* 'i but says he will not have over one- East Tohopekallga Lake and shel 35

Dime of Smith Mather the negro DAY. DO longer an offense to decency in the Klislmmee Valley Gazette that Is third ofa crop. tered by wilderness of forest' and

clerk in Morgan B....'. establish -. -- our midst, but transformed Into sober; newsy, and away ahead of the average. J, S. Stratton has an orange grove smaller lakes!. It Is particularly

..ent.'Lbe Sher1 'and td arshal' -made Appeal for Aid from the Pnbllo useful citi.ens l ,'except such regions countr/ weekly;ailC.last but ocn. least and will have beans and eggplant for adapted vegetable to f.nniDaTh.orange culture.... .''are well some.. !

r a visit to that place and found two" for a Worthy C....... "*., as followed the saloons to Klsslmmee has an* air of refinement fall .and winter shipment..' floe and interesting places here. Notable "

barrels'of' bottled beer;, which they The '''first, Saturday'! In October 'Is less Inhospltsblel! Think of the bird and ajiospltable class of people '..I.. W, F. MoGlocklln 'wjp l grow, beans, among' these is the Hadcllff-Cad-

,, loaded on a wagon sod carried to the always Orphanage Day,' and'.ooo the singing In' the ,happy heart' of ,the dom met with and always to be re cabbage, onions and. ; tomatoes during man acre orange Bros. fine-borne grapefruit grounds and; 15-''

,i court bouse. > day will be here. The Jielp received faithful wife in hundreds ,pf homes membered. ,As a town generally. represents the season. ' Narcoossee will come more grove., nearly
t Having<< ascertained that Gary-Jack* from the first "Saturday In' October throughout this county today tie-() what a surrounding' country Charles E. Moore has a 4'D. ,lakefront to having a full orange crop this season *

.l eon,' Lewis Jones' driver hauled the 1906, was very gratifying. And now cause that woman knows that when her supports, It naturally follows that ,, fruit. and vegetable farm, at than,, almost any other section of

ltal! away from the depot they nextjgoked we ask that everybody who is .later i husband returns from town he will| land and the farmer, the real producerOf Fenny Point and will have eggplantfor here Florida.are Some of the_ 'growers' ," here. ,

p : him up and found that" he bad ested'ln the Orphanage at' Arcadia return a sober, decent self-respecting all wealth'ar.d prosperity. are up winter, He also, has many' acres RadeIlnCadman Bros, who have,

,carried a bn-elaDd a case to Jones1 wlll.glve us the earnings of one day, maD, and riot: maudlin actor a< madman to the standard and 'the' drives and of velvet beans growing'for seed 'pur prop son' rpre, with,a good average
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residence, to which place they next the first Saturday In October 1K07, ,crazed with' liquor'to' break her observations throughout the countrythe Does ThlsseoAonon the east side 0.W.. Best ,
has
proceeded, and upon opening the for this'work. Please do not forget heart and perhaps, do worse! Thinkof writer has takenjln the past week of the lane: Ie'coe of the finest of K!. manager of orange-a'fine groves grove-for and F. L.is''

barrel found It backed full of half or neglect it. We DOW have fifty-two the glorious army of bright-eyed certainly verify that conclusion. The slmmee's many Interesting places', Woodham and E..L. Buraham; both

dint battles of whUkey. This barrel ,children to feed clothe, and educate. honest boys growing up' In our homesin land about here Is rich and .the, Lo especially for dcange growing is the. of these 'groves. have' good average<

bad also, been shipped in the name of Mr. W. H. Hooker our legislator, city and county .alike: who can water prot.eet.loa'the' large J.ke.dye efree... do not cross the lake crops.R. Evans has .

,. Smith Mather, while the case ..ofwblke.c"DI.ID has made It. hts business for years develop into useful successful law- It makes this one of the finest Louis Seaman Ii manager of the will hare about an an orange'gi'ove'average crop.'' and .*

'aJ the name of Lewis to see everybody Arcadia and secure abiding men, with IftT Eldeous mantraps fruit and vegetable producing, sections fine orange grove for, W. A. McCool, F. Roberson has a.very fine '.-roMI,
Jones This was also seized and a contribution: on the first Saturday to beset the pathway of their of Florida. which while hot heavily loaded' 'with which will produce about a"..wo.LbIrdI'crop.

'r V carried to the court house. In October, spending the whole youth and fasten upon them the .awe While the. orange crop as a, whole fruit* is in fine conditions. I nil is also ! R..L. Whltted grows vegetable."O, ,

Prosecuting Attorney Moon was. dryIn the work. Last year b ful curse of a habit that has filled will be short of "Lbe'average< yet some;. located at the point. season.. ,*, ->,' -
then notified and informations were brought Us three hundred dollars for the world with woe and crime! proves near the'lake. are ,loaded with Lee Bros..;J.' E. Campbell, |manager My D. Tlndall bas ''a rne groyq'and''

filed against Morgan Bass. Smith the day We ask that some man or Thld of all these things* we hare fruit and apparently .of a very superior I have'' ,a fair or.up..act grapefruit will.,grow am' ,average crop' this' seaeon. -'

y Mather and' Lewis Jones,. charging lady In every town In Florida do similar missed and all these things .w. hare quality /' grove here, which will produce F. H. Hill, who has; perfect- ...sys--
each of them with engaging In the work for the Orphanage. Please gained and let us thank God for the Among the''growers asd an a.eraaorop.''In spite, of dry tern 01Irrla&t.loD1 has 10-acre. grove,
'shippers sLot
t business of a liquor dealer In a.dry : try to Interest everyone, regardless brave,Rood,' sensible men\,of 'twenty bere are the following.W I' weather" that will have a full ;
""*" who but not least in'this section is Others in. this vionjty are W, J."
drove the saloons from
county. : of denomination. put IB his or her years ago
.e L. Van Dutor
,' what Js one of I Tyson mall at Ashton who bas an,
It will be remembered that at the business the largest days work they our citr and county\ aD<<,
last term of the circuit court held ever did, sad send the gifts tome, ai t legalized liquor traffic'"' fore"er.-LI.' Florida and one of the Packer's old I grove with W. L. Campbell as super bias during &the season.Pai11i0RN "- '

'ben in May Morgan Bass plead I Arcadia. The home Is for the Door Oak Democrat. f eat, and most appreciative.readers, i i IDteadeo'ThI'Irtoe' while called .CROPS.At .'

guilty to the charge of setting whisker white orphans of the State, 'Irres ;.., ,'" '" will have ten acres of eggplant for: the poor farm grove, :. anything but Foghorn the orange groves .will

on two count.aud, was fined 9250 ...ndoo.&e pectin oft religious creeds. or nationality Marriage' of" htm ..Kenner.A fall and winter shipment and cabbage' poor, paying< the county about 93.000 produce an arerage. crop Vegeta. ...

in on* case, while sentence was dive your: day's earnings, pretty church wedding waswaol* and other vegetables In .season; Mr, profit each year over: expenses_of,supporting bier N are M.. Simmons also grown in season.hare ...
the will' eggplantthis
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withheld in the. other with the understanding your estimated income and make Ita : poor.AT
emnlted last night at 8:30 o'clock In VattDvsosvalatiu.basH.a-.fine' ;orange fall and other vegetables, tor; "
;1 that If the, defendant' should large glad day for the poor. the Central M. E. church; when Itev.Bede grove. CAUPBKU., >Ii: spring. tnipmeiit. k
violate. the whisker law again, Judge 'We ask that Sunday schools aDd I 'A, Johnson united Earl) H. Park '' A Canon 'Campbell'five, miles south of KIs D. klBbrber- ....W.Tims vfw
The Waters Co.. "
churches Grocery simmer, is fas) growing ..strop fair crop and will grow eggplant>> lot--
one would return here, call a'speciali : 1 help in fully advertising .
' Lb"1 and Miss Gertrude Kenner, both popular a buyer and' shipper of fruits and and vegetable point /sad many good fall and winter shipping., ..,, :
of Lb. and sentence In day and that Sunday school .
i court pass i super 'the R C.
among younger people of Barber has aa .
,, vegetables; A. L. Davidsonorange growers were 10uDd'here. at follows: oranrstroe'swith
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,the second and the sheriff, was. lotendants and pastors Interest"their an
case this city In marriage. Although ,It R. A.. Lankford bas average crop and a fine aere-i ,
grower; an
W. H. Bronson
instructed to, 'notify him of suchviolation. churches and schools, and do e.erLbIDI' ,* was Intended for a private wedding, orange grove; Ira Weatherby' has a sweet potatoes will;. grow, eggplantand a&'lofOCpJ.DLe, for winter shipment.! -

',w The above. defendants were placed from everyone.reasonable to. get'a'contribution. there were fully 229 guests present fane orange grove' ,'and grows vegetables W., W.-Clark bas for fall, ::Lilaas 'pld papers,suitable tor.'wrapplst/f,
during the full. Episcopal.. vice., In ....OD; C. E. Franklin b meot and cabbage, for spring, and 'other :
under bonds'of WOO each for their We will thank: the editors of; all ourpapers purposes .for sals. .. rNe
The church was beautifully decorated 75 acres In or.ors groves;, most of O. J. Lamb, eggplant for fall: ship oMce.kliaAc V
appearance at the next term of the in the State If they will advertise ,
{ *. for the occasion with peppers these groves are on the east side of ___ _ __ i
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# the the
county sow:. day, Ilra'Saturd., In October. 00 ---00---------, .
smilak and palms 'over a.backgroundof the lake and are thereby _free from > ... , '
.. We sincerely hope for lar&eheJp. /i-,m.- k.5-. --6 +AC+dcaltaAc1c riC.a.
white and the cold effects and
ceremony was performed as a.result Mr.
Art Dames of VrevesUlosr > under an arch wide enough Franklja will hare a, good averagecrop. (
.Is worth pound of 'The re Send amounts to B. M. BEAN Supt. Picture l oW4ulx g."I '
a cure. for the bride and groom and maid oi .. J.W. TBDJDPSDJ

are manr poor sufferers, ConsumptIves ..- ..,. ...-Arcadia.---....-- Fla. honor, Dora I.' .W..rd', and the"best Walter Bass, Sr.(; has "an', 'orange "p..l
who are hop le.* of. retting well; man, Nath. P;' ,, Cross, to stand;. 'r grove and grows vegetables 10..oDi; All Klndi of 't .
who, U they bad taken care: of them Just Twenty Years Ago::: R. and S. C. Fartln .
John E. Weckerley Mies Cj orange; groveand
Carry
= FUNERAL R E =
PI CTOR: made to :
; VIICENSED'EMBALMER
Mr.ee. would be ..11..! A cough .C.rder./
4 now Twenty years ago today Suw.o nee Burch, Lee Pur-ear. and Ida Gepbart vegetable growers, cauliflower t ; .
li.", the foundation of Consumption ...on.he and eggplant for'fall acid winter ship
;t county first victory in the acted as ushers. .
'
Ballard's Jiorehound'Syrup will purethat State of Florida in the cause of legs The"occaslon was marked by the ment. \ Prompt attention,Given to ';'I''
: Falls doe' :
cough. .Mrs. '8-; Great K.'Billlard '
J. has '
a '
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prohibition- August 23, 1887, after sweet strains of music'rendered by orangegrove 4" orders tent by mall or'
Montana writes: 1 have \used al.latd' uDder Irrigation\ with the result Also Nice' Line of Ladies' andGents' I '
a most exciting campaign throughout Miss Fannie Gephard. She. first I telegraph
Horehound Syrup In mv f.mU'1 of full also Vegetables .,
the county,, and especially Live a crop, grows l .
4 played Lindsay's !laalc' March v
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for years- children never suffer1 In 4 : Burial Robes. ,
+ my season, 'including eggplantfor
O.kthe election
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which
". was, we believe then during the entrance of the contracting r
L [ with coughs., SoljJ by Roberson'sPharmacy. fall and winter, shipment. cG 'Residence West Side'Qt
the first one to be called under parties and during the entlrt .
1 V.A .' the i Albert Overstreet, the champion boy II. PHONE 78';=, -' Court, House,lSquaro.w
.,. _.___.. _.---..'.......'....._ I I colI.t.ltut.loac'.whichhad'. been ceremony.the wedding, ,march, fro et//
orange Backer of- this section, will' Uk.----i -- A.
I adopted two years before, resulted In "Lohengrin",and during; the ex It she ; 4lheci ,8c drallci6'/idc--

,i The Kissimmet Lumber ,Co. the complete and decisive triumph of; rendered Mendelssohn's famous,selection. -. .

i Mr. S. L. -Lupfer' secretary and the prohibition" and liquor traffic .. I'w.ti soV ivvv vwvw 1J! a

maD&irer"ol" the Klsslmmee Lumber was'voted out' ,, doubtless to stay out -,, The bride Is a daucrbte'r ,Alva A.. V V . .. ,

Co., la now bringing' order out of forever, H was Lb. best day's work and Mrs. Letba Kenner,.of '1144 Logan
, X chaos, down'at' the mill and expectshaveieverythlo ever done In tbis good old county
avenue,', and a charmingyouog'
Kto, ( [ in read hie... for and every'year' since has rolled up lady. 'She wore'a creation of white :

'r (the. Installation of the new mill when cumulative testimony to the truth of: silk chiffon over silk, and also a long d J
' ''t lit arrives. that statement. The good resultswhirh'haye white' veil 'and'a wreath of bridal IJmport r rn pan

I He now' has,a'; force 'of.:.hands at followed that victory hare roses.. She carried a,,bouquet ref 1
work tearing' '-}way the superfluous gone Into every life and every home maiden hair ferns and roses. ;

p..rtI'of .the old .NDla .WUlln.k1 in the county, ,and the popular approval 'After the""WeddingHhe; bridal party

I building and making new additions of prohibition Is now so general was driven the home: of the bride'sparents.where ,

to I wherever taeceeiaryV", Almost..,er'erjr- that if the Issue were agalnt submitted ; a, 'supper was servedand rr

(thing ,..:.belnor changed.more or less to a vote beyond a doubt amajority where the friends: of/ the newly I.We' have just received. a fine, assortment'of, '
I
,1 P and made subat.ntlal 'and i very much larger than the ,
" more. ,'. con ; married couple had an onportunity to x
.:. i renleot.I ., i one given twenty years ago In pro- see the many handsome wedding gifts,
- ; The new mill has"..been ordered ands portion to population, would.be registered .Mr. and Ifs; Park, left on the Owl f F JAPANESE :GOODSAf'
''s 'In"about' in favor ot'the existing state of '
[ expected tc'arrive two brain
affairs. This is conclusive for the north on a wedding trip..

.: I weeks, and the compau. of la now locomo-nego- the:'hlghesf"' 'ob.racter ..testimonyof .'' .to the They wIU ,'visit Los' !Angeles Santa #! of all descriptions' suitable for BirtlidayandwWedding ;; ,, :
I tlaLUir'10J', .J.he purchase a, value o'f legal prohibition. ,W. have Catalina and other points inthenorth; ,

i [.Live ..tohandle their logs over;.the. long-" ago: massed the ._ experimental and expect ;'to' .be, gone 'about ''two Presents.: '

: Sugar Beltrailroidt stage on that Issueand_ our' peoplenow ...e la., '? "' I ,, ,- : lien are now .'at work, cutting and know with a certaln".wblch The groom Is a member of, the Park l'
l- permite ,
. rafting the'Newman-Wlllinsky, timbers no doubt that they,'decided 'the Grable company, and'.Is: a' eon.,of C. I J Our selection consists of('Bamboo'Portiers, '.Screens, CJ rt ltt8.,, '
across the late,, so al' to have a large question ni'tht'anddi has1long': C. Park, of Wye -same company Be- '' r
since Cushions Parasols. Wickerwork and -
:: '*appJ, of logs'on hand when the},.mill bass bouse'fiirntshedat 875 Irvingavenue'wherehe&id'hi.bride Pillows; Lanterns, a mimerous #
ceased) to be a matter. of discussion. ,
'
.i : I .Is"ready' ,.to. >> start., ," ,,. From every point of view and along ; will I and costly assortment. ,'of' useful' and' ornamental. China":and \ ,

. : all make their home :on returning from Bric-a-brac. v
lines
mental
,- moral and mate I t' or
r : Not Pining AwayI ., 'lat.--oUI': 'city and 'county..have improved the, north...-San, 'Diego. -., Cal., J, Union.- We would' call attention Eoour. 'Coinplete'Llfio'Ol., 'loor..Covariuigs -, .'

: I ;It:appears now that Cooper; ..theI In wonderful. ,degree under' the ""ua ; \ Jack" famed' t consisting Carpets, ,.Mattings,. Rugs. Art; Squares,,&c, :nil, .nt: *** 3*!

: r I murderer, ,who was "reported ,.washing Influences, which eau only operate PpV. Dead. reasonable prices.. ' : >.y
.' r, I away; waxing fat, aooordhig; the. among* a temperate I people whose "B.ppJack: ,'! in'Italln' umbrellamender ] r

I Tampa, E.eDlnl"-N"; which ConaI weaker' classes hare -been removedfrom ,known, throughout,:this 'sec- COME AND LET' U3 SHOW YOU' WHAT ,WE:HAV.
,'I' the temptation of. ,the' open . ... ..... .... -'
meats as. follows on his condition:, : sa tloar was.found dead by the roadside. ... ,V( ? -$!
I g I-- ,The! public Is ,asured by Sheriff loon. Every";merchant, la, Live. Oak near. Logan's Camp. ,On ,bis body "*',1"t. Fie..mangy ,.ofDeSoto. county,?:that and other parts,of the' .county knows were found tie in cash'and his watch; a-, \' ,\. $

L I murderer Cooper,,Is not rapidly. waste; that his business la.all |h,J j better; .because ...hlob'w... still" Mlua<<;. '$esrt trouble '''' :. r.K :M A K I NSQ-N'; ,. :p .\ : { ',
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f I mg wva, .' has .been\ stated, but of t.beote. of twenty.,yearsago with which be. was known to,hare .... ,
"' IbM be is enjoying excelUnt .he.lth. today,'and,,t.bce.are hundreds of neata been attleted, Is ascribed as the causa I 4 ;KBBIaIMEE.'FLORIDA. ; ., .. ,, t ; , 1- V

fc ilng: fat oa. flTe/y ara of prison Bnwannee( oownty BOW owningtheir. of his death,-Broofcsrllle 'Cqr. 7'asap&Trlbusr .... '" . .. -.. -. -.....- >. ,., ' H "'_?-.t.- .!': -:,.l''. '- T-. .,....\Aol ,*?)*' .ji&! '

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ALLAN QUAJERMAIN'S GREATEST AO ENTURE, stream where of water.we ,baited ran "little ,... Ji1 ..Jr4. l i j..1 """"' ... ,, I. !. ., "'Crash of Trains.

_: ,**' ** I looked at It, and an lure: struck; me.- J' .... .... _ '- _..

: "IH *J"K! H" rixfbnbly there would be no water ou Sheriff. Purvla Cxofierated. i Will Vote, In I School Houses.I -. of' s

By H. RIDER HAGGARD. the koppie.I !I n many. friends of Columbia I. The prohlbltlonisU of Escambla: VICTIMS EXCURSIONISTSHorror :
this to our captain. And ; .
suggested
AwV or of"***,*'' "King. SoIC tno*'. JHrtn'Etr., acting on tbe hint lie directed, nil 1 the I county's popular.. sheriff TX W. pur-"i county won their first fight over ,the "f

d dU' _ _-. men to drill!: what\ they (could ana also via, will b. gratified to know that the I liquor dealers when they went before *
.A)5 Boston Main
and .
== : :: .- . to till the seven- or eight looking pots governor had acted upon 'the charges I the county .commissioners and bad Occurred ,
IUHI l with with water Railroad and Was Caused by
"".", which we us : ,
t 1'CHAPTER >'1. .,** to die: like a jackal. Then come the crucial moment. ("* filed some 'months ago against that body change 'e'yoUnJ places in Orders ?

'. Continued."The ( 1 ". How were we to get possession of tbe and has declined* to iperidhim.\ : blm'j I I two.of the precincts jn| P, nsacols I from Misunderstanding.

7' white man Is cleverer' to thin. though my kopplc. ,A number of charges were 'filed the old places to school houses further Many of Injured May Die

__ ;r, Jackal. but pretended to "'llen our captain naked IDeI-; 'ulc1 against Sheriff! Purvis the attack being I I 'up la the residence section of -

"Yes, so shall It be and lOa that I thought we hall< belter inarch. upend actuated, apparently, by personal the city: Recently the prohibitionists A fearful head-on collision between q
Snake of the Butlana people i was not much pretense mid this accordingly we
take It. and '
political malice
most oj the|: asked that one of these precincts be t't'a '
and
upon its tall and prosper tbe frightened., went'ou to do. 'nature !i the aouthbound Quebec express.
charges being of flimsy
from'myself a or moved and tbe
so shall we be rid of Wambe that When we came to tilt',norrow gate saloon men protested northbound freight train on the Concord -
hazardous utterly baseless, and.,others evidencing -[: "
WambeTAfter enterprise finally deciding compromise
.tyrannies of I way '}'e. were, as I expected stdpped upon a .
,
;' that the girl Sfalwa very povulbfe" (but I by two soldiers 'who were on guard only a misconstruction of the Uwlj the prohibitionists getting"what' they I division of the Boston and Maine

and once IDDre producing the ) with that there and nuked our business.' bearing upon the sheriff's duties. Quit asked for IB that preclncrand the I railroad occurred four miles north .61 f

_ 'little dried hand made her fa was many days older The captain answered that we' bad a long trial before Hon. Ernest Amos: saloon men Jhe"other., Later the la ,, Canaan station, Vermont early Sunday -

several of his bead councilors quite Impossible to 'changed our mind and would follow onto state auditor,,,'resulted, and his report dles' auxiliary to the 'prohibition '' i iIp
It and upon it that'they' would ) In trust his misfortune, to 'nm1Ie'. kraal. having recently been ftl.d''Ilh' Governor league' appeared before due to a mistake In train' dispatchers'
: the'county
cat the war of vengeance: to the to Providence The'! soldierssaid no; we .must now Browsed the!! matter orders, and from a demolished -
came
end. bad to do before and up commissioners and.made a plea for a
curious to wait. for final determination aC-Tallabasaee change and that to'do this time, and passenger coach there were taken*
It 'WAI a very sight To this, we replied by pushing! them'to '
and the fight that ensued was, II .. tllflloiilty arose one side And marching In single a few days ago. Sheriff Purvis with be compelled to go to the old'polling 'tw nt.Iovr dead -..nd dying and twen

:W-I,.. thereafter known among Inflated. upon ac tile through ,the gateway, which) was his attoruewe..were attendance, and places would greatly Inconveniencethem ty-seven other passengers, moat of
'tribes of that district: as the "'," and what Is more did after going over the charges the tea '
ill8tnnt not more than a hundred yards I especially as tb.y',.desired to wounded. 'all.:
..rloulIl Nearly
them
urge u* forward as ,
the Little Hand. from the koppie. tlmony and the auditor's report thengovernor's ] have a large number of school .chIl. r
'
The next two' days were buss' before) auxious evening.to get to While 'we were getting through: > this determination was announced dren participate In the :exercises: on of those who were la the death car'

tot ns.Messengers'were. men we had pushed away run towards that is he fair Bher- C'I.
sent out and other hand had ex that declined election day. Although the liquor were) returning from a at ,
calling for ngsl tiii>ee--a-call
1"' 'available/ man of the Butlana tribe for not arriving till that town was promptly responded to. for In upon the showing made" to order' the dealers- protested stating that sucha brook, Quebec. 160 miles. north. t

ordered up to "a great dance." !: In, sincevo relied another minute we made out scores of suspension, move would prevent many of the laboring The conductor of the freight was

The country was small and by to cover our advance nrmed men running Hiord lu our direct! Judge Sheppard' .Ready for Business. men from voting the commissioners given to understand that he had plen

evening of the second day some coiiiinauded the tion. _, Judge W D. Sheppard recently ordered all polling places ty of time to reach a tiding by the f I.

hundred and fifty men were to importune tbnt So we ran, too fof tile kopplc.As appointed by the president to fill the changed that were desired by the night operator at 'Canaan1 station receiving -

At.dawn.of tile following day, soon as they. uncleriitodXI 1 what we vacancy caused by the death of Judge women. according to the superintendent '
four l! to move faster
r aids tbe from main the Imp departure! started of'the under that the ;girl WAS were after, 'which they did not of first, Chariest. Swayne. United States district On account of the election ilia\ county of the division ja. copy of the tel-legrom <
owing to the dimness of the light, they judge has returned to J'ensncola from
command school board decided at a meetingto order front the train dispatcherat
of Kala himself who
did their level best to get to tbe koppie
ing that his life and chieftainship accept this excuse lu before Virginia where he had been spending postpone the opening date of the Concord?, which confused- tbe train

upon the issue of the struggle onetime I thought Cut we us. line the slni't of them and / the> summer. He will call a term schools from) October- 1 to'the 2d. number SO and 34. The wreck occurred -

"determined to be present to direct \" come butwecu'to }blows for with the exception of one. iiiifortuiiateuian. of the federal, court for the- latter portion just after the express had .;.;1

'With bun went Malwn, who Butlauas who stumbled and fell, we were of. October or tbe first of )November : Unions Declar. a Holiday. .. rounded Inlo A straight stretch,, .. :l. t

snide them up the secret path. ; either from motives. well ou to It before they. arrived.! I I I but will be disqualified to preside Stating that they will be unable to track but, owing to the. early morn=: pr
Of course we Lad to give! them when the fact that district
mid to
This owing ns
start bad'more they were so evi mon they captured I I vote In the special "wet" or "dry"election lag mist neither engineer saw tber?
days' as they
,
fighting began on tbe.. following morning attorney he prosecuted a number of
,
they gave In, and It other's headlight until It too late.
hundred miles of rough country to they work on that day, two was
be refused to inferumtion.
and give any -
the The judge for the first
-cases.
including the crossing, of tbe our OWI1)18ce. I killed him of the strongest labor organizations The southbound train was made up- w/
that they would they time made It known his arrival
mountain range which ran north Luckily they lied 110 time to'tort lire upon of Pensacola have 'declared October at Sherbrook where It picked up two- w
obligation by going that he did nto learn of his appointment
sooth for It was necessary that lIe- him or they would certainly have done 1 a legal holiday and have 'Ier\'l'.i notice sleepers from Quebec and two more

ImpI should make a wide they obfeolutely so, for these Mntuku people. are very until two days after It had been that nope of the members will per on the way down. It consisted of the,:
order to detection.At made. He then learned of It while '
escape ,., they accompanied fond of torturing their enemies. form"any labor upon that date. The baggage car passenger coach and.
length however at dawn on ; seated In a smoking cur on. a train.
.
When we reached the koppie. the
way, keeping up a I union are the Stevedores' HeheveJent smoking car In that order with the
sixth I took the road
day ,
base of which o"t'Ienpollt\ halt an j | I .
(
t>y my most unwilling bearers. ; who to the "Thing! I pa-per I Association and Cotton Scr"'IIIen'sSoclet sleepers In the rear.
acre of ground tbesoldiers. who bad | '
not at all like the Idea of thus upon my nerves I;: )., These two organizations: load The tral'n left White River Junc
been trying to cut n their heads Into the lion's mouth. temper. they knew the strength of tbpOiltlolL j j I|1 all vessels' at the docks with timberor lion Vt., at 3:50: Sunday morning, for r',
( afternoon we came Judge Swa'no.Ir. Sheppard ached. to
Indeed It was only tbe fear' of \ ) of ground I, Tills !pave us a few minute' before i. lumber and art required: to work ty minutes late, and followed twenty
stony see the and when he read the
with paper
spears together, a vague ( : plainly see Wambe's the light bnd quite "vanished. to recon- until 5 cluck In the afternoon. They minutes lator by the Montreal Express -
dente In myself, tbat Induced article saw that he bad been ap
.
1 six or; seven miles notre the place. claim that they cannot get from the over the Central Vermont The ,
,.
accept the adventure. We found that It wns unoccupied. fortified pointed. harbor and train.Is .
Into
With me also were about two beneath us. I the city and thento Quebec express knoYo'n0.

;I 1 Bred Butlanas. all armed with in n valley, with with a regular labyrinth of vtoue the polling places In time to cast 30 and tbe Montreal train as No. j
walls and contained three I large eaves Conditional Pardons Granted.
Wambe's kraal
various kinds, for roanyofvUi'ese" own ; their vole, and as they. are very much 34. .

tad guns though they were pot tbe month of some and some smaller business ones. to post the The state pardoning board has acted I interested In the fight propose to remain Meantime a northbound freight train,
The next
was
of the opposing po
4 proficient In the use of them. on the following cases: In the city during the entire No. 167 had arrived at.
day as
I hopes to see men to such advantage a*, time would known )It
But they carried no- shield and J. 'T. Plttman sent for ft'I'ar.
up and their ballot. road at
cast -A miles down
,
} come flashing: In the allow. general Understanding Canaan 18 the W
no bead-dres.or'armlets; Indeed My ow/n men I was careful .to put j I from Holmes county for forgery and prevails among all labor. 4:10) a, m. on time. According to W. ;t
warlike/ appearance gas
avoided,, .. '.* we stood It. was right! at the top. I embezzlement during the spring term Ing men; and Unions that! no work will R. Ray. 'Jr., division superintendent, 'J

Wlthonr party: 'went also'a the place was I They were, perfectly useless from terror I'of court In 1903 was given a conditional life done on election day each of the J. R. Crowley- the night train' dispatcher

r and atone walls I and what I feared was that ,they pardon on account of bad health many local unions declaring It boll-
Malwa, though by .a different a at Concord .sent a dl.p.tcb'I: \,
\vho.a.ron,17, '' a ?roach. might try to crc'flpe' and Rive! and partial blindness. '
resembled her in day.lion.
tq John Qreeley the night operator !
find form and whose mission It taken by surprise, It tion of our plans to Wambe. Jnl0l'Wa-j C. F. Brown, Jackson county, spring -K was ode 1 ...
at Canaan that No. 34 bo" { .
Impregnable to A So I watched them, like tbe "
personate the wife. term of court 1905 three years', for >
That runaway (cannon and my eye telling them that should they Emmett Wilson., who for a : and ten minutes late. Tfie/ rWh) cb

top of the evening cliff we which.camped upon had not make much im dare to stir they would be shot bigamy. Conditional pardon because year or more has 'Dtjen serving as assistant I Conductor Lawrence of the freight strain
up .we
barely escaped and next morning I and. stony koppies;; Then It grew quite dark,, and presently of mental and physical disability United States district attorney showed- after the accident distinctly ,

the first breaking of the light we 't'I"A out ,of 'the darkness. I beard a Will Davis, Wakula. county; fall has received notice that he had been states that No. 30 instead of

the descent of the puss Voice; It was that of the leader of the term of court; 1906 sent, to ,Jail I for k
way stones with which we ? temporarily appointed United State. No. 34 was an hour and ten minutes :
,
blocked tbe passage some days s. It. was for soldiers who had escorted' as", calling< to, six months for Illegal'ule of liquors; district attorney'filling; the 'vacancy late. Conductor Lawrence be- '*\>
bo railed a path- us to come down. < /'f.1 t:
and descended tbe Pardoned conditionally on account of \ t
to hillside
composed of huge We replied that It waa'too >dork 'to. caused 'by the appointment of W. I). l1..ln'. that he bad sufficient tlmo laths : 1
Here the bodies, or rather tbe good behavior and the', intercessionof 1I
from the to Sheppard:la district judge... Mr. Wilson hour and ten minutes to reach I
tons of the men who had fallen I one more; that we should hit our. feet, white citizens. .*.. "
'my rifle still lay about we bad 4o Jump like against,thl!' stones. la a democrat but was named the sidetrack at West Ca'nu.o. four J
.Perry Sellers.
DeSoto county, spring
The ilatukn soldiers bad left lie Insisted upon our descending.; and by'the district attorney a year ago to miles beyond before No. 30'reached'' :'
'
'* comrades to be burled by tbe hours to set down, we flatly refused saying that 1C any term of court, 1903 for five years. 00 assistant and has since held the It, ordered his train ahead. The superintendent w 1J
; gl1 that burning attempt was made to dislodge us, we Sent up for grand larceny.-Conditional ;
I descended the gully into which position. It ,was not expected that he declared that the' accl- J
we did reach the would fire.After .
pardon.
Gobo bad fallen and searched, for would be'named even for a temporary dent was-doe to the mistake in placing 1
body but In vain although I found was pretty nearly that, as they had no real Intention s
appointment he cipher after the three
as was not an appll- a in the
pot where he and the other man of attacking us in tbe dark The site of the State! College for II
cant. and the appointment came as number of the train Instead of si
truck, togetber.wltb the bones of just as It was the men withdrew but we saw from Women at Tallahassee. Is one of the ,
latterwhich I '' came to tbe first line the watchHres that were lighted asurprlse. especially when It Is -considered four
recognized by'the'"' beautiful
finest in all that most ..ec- '
dot h., consisted of a around that they were keeping a strict that many prominent, republicans One of those who escaped said thatas ,-
lion and the lots north II
of Florida Just
Either some beast. of,prey bad by a gateway watch upon our position. are after the position. the: train was rounding a curve: II I
man could hardly That nlgbt was a wearing 'one, for of the gymnasium recently bought by
ried, Gobo off. or the Jlatuku some one In front of the car began + I
had we never quite knew how the situation the board of control 'are but a con 1t
of his
disposed remains, and Nearly! two miles of have to sing ad ,that nearly every one was
roadway
of my express rifle' which be without question bo- was going to develop. Fortunately we tinuation of all the advantages; of location
awake when the Crash C
At any rate.I never .I.'\Y. or : ; Wambe's: soldiers. had some cooked food with us, so we possessed by the original\ prop been graded and crosstles placed for came. Those tt .

.any more of ilia of laud.,,three hun did not starve.It erty. Now that the contract has been what is known aa the' Beach Havenrailway who were In the other cars reeo'ered' v

y 'Once In Wambe's conn try we : In width very 'rocky was lucky, however. that we' hnd definitely awarded to the llad'.ow! company whichIs, to extend from Palmetto their dazed ..o'.e., jumped out to the t

a very 'cUncumspect method of :: uo but upon I drunk our fill before coming up. for nI.had Jocksonvllle the new dormitory Heach where the Pcnsacola side of the track and hurried to the a a

reeding. anticipated! there was not a dropof electric company lines pass to a spot demolished passenger coach where I
About in tills belt that the 'water on the topple. Is, so tar as human events can be cries and shrieks : b
fifty men marched ahead. oft Hlg, bayou The promoters of the groans, were rend-'
loose order to guard against ; In case of .danger. At length the night; wore /I"aand judged an assured fact and all the road who have sold vast quanlttes of- Ing the air.Fortunately.
"
P 'while as many more were more forti with tbe first tinge of'light I 111.1:111to people of Florida should rejoice that '
followed with the c
lots
,
In that section engines off:
The other hundred were gathered small' gateway go my rounds: and stumbling. along the their daughters will' noon have a are now engaged 1

a bunch between and In tbe \ cud Just be stony paths make thins as ready as. I school home which-upholds the dignity In building railway to the. point, 'to one side the wreckage did not 1V

'these men I marched together with- 1 It I :'taw the kopple could for the attack, which I felt sure of our great state. and with the arrival of five cars of 'take fire. and add horror to the already -'

'girl who was personating Malwa I to spire looming up would be delivered before.we were two rails will'commence Immediately, the dreadful scene. The train hanfljM" t

if ,all. my bearers. mp ntaills b.ehlnd. hours older. Frecker Tampa has Issued construction of the track. They' claim ably seconded by the passengers from *

We were disarmed and some of I my Ipgge Tbe men were cramped and cold and Mayor of? hat they will have the road readyby the sleeping cars,, groped their way b

? men were tied together to show with the result consequently logy spirited but I exhorted a proclamation urging citizens to the- first of :November. among the ruins and began the work' ... b

we \"ere prisoners while.the girl gateway he halted them t> the best of my ability, participate In the observance of September of reacus. 1 v

la1' blanket thrown' over her head addressing the cap bidding them remember tbe race from 26th as Tampa day at the i .

'moved along with an air of great said tbat we which they sprang, and not show the. Jamestown exposition. This date has The members' of the investigating

jection.'Wit we! received \Vara white feather to' a crowd of Matuka been set \by the exposition managersas committee ; of the Internal Improve- HEAVY BAIL FOR NEGRESS. ,t

headed straight for tbe town. dogs. Tampa day, and Mayor Frecker went fund} have gone to their respective Held

n place, whlth was at a distance of said that was well At length It began to grow light and< requests all citizens who can to visit homes for a recess of several Letten's Siren for Trial In the 7 B

twenty-five miles from tbe over tile prisoners presently I saw long columns 'of men : weeks. When they assemble. again its Sum of Fifty Thousand '

pass. the chiefs kraal/for advancing toward'the koppie/;; the exposition on that day. said: that/ ex-Oovernors: Dloxham and Ball 'was fixed at $50,000 In New r

'VVhm.we bad gone some five to begin upon They halted under .rover: at a distance who absent- Orleans Saturday for Virginia
Fleming In t
( are now Virginia Reed'
w. yit.a party' of about fifty of desired to see 'of about a hundred and lift= Work on the large brick tobacco. the SI'm
woman to
negro whom
will before them. the default1ng "
:be'a soldiers, :who were evidently rest before be elosPd yards and just as'the'dawn broke u' warehouse at Greenville has com appear h
tax
.the Ibokoat for us amt'as for his wife I herald came forward and called to.us, menced and the contractors state that clerk Charles E. Letten, says'

T3ivy\ stopped ,us,and their her. Our captain stood on the rock and they wilt, have the building complete The monthly report' of Hon. W. .V. he gave nearly all the $118,000 he }

asked where we were going. tbat be could not answered him. In Urns to'serve ttte farmers this present Knott. state treasurer, filed with the stole. The woman Is charged with i

,Toe headman of oar part his orders were < "These arethe' words of' \Vambebe ,**- foundations have en governor shows balances In the treasury receiving stolen property A charge: atA
The )JI?
that Via -..aaCODYe7IuC.f..ra. to Wambe at said. "Come forth from tbe koppie year. well under to the credit of the several state of perjury has also been made against a'ber. 1

be'B ruasaw.T 'wJt..o..ther and they might and give over the evil doers and go in laid and the framework I if and educational funds at the close of .

white bunter. and his men, to be .. : ;' peace or stay 'on the koppie and be way. The merchants of Greenville Letten who has tli.pi
business 81. 1.807., of $701- .I
August confessed wlll be
tip WamM1' in,accordance, .,with ; / responsible for the. lain." are watching the progress of. this work, used the
- as principal 01
,t.'Om".Dd. If be let them I "It is too early to come forth as yet." with a great deal of,pride. 228.93. ._ witness against .
captain 1i.nt --..;'" her. .,hl
Tte then dt:, tCi answered our man In fine, diplomatic -

'w2r7, Ve were :so I many, to which ;.wait there. ,till w. n. I style; i The, county commissioners ,met At At a recent"meeting of the n LaDd. -

,,,.; .pokamaa teplled tbat I and my. .: , ,"When: the sun :sacks;-.op ,tbe-.mlit' : ,' ''an adjourned, '''lession, In Miami .thepa.t city council a contract"was let to the AN OVERPRODUCTION OF.C'OPPER giAmalgamated W f ...
;
a ;, ; wer* very desperate fellows; and demur, the other then will we come forth. week for 'tfceTJuTpose of opening'bids Georgia. .Hydraulic Stone'tccropany' for ---- s;
vtt was feared that If,we were sent departed remark- ."dor 11mb. are stiff with told. the laying of about ft."thoU..Dd G
,, 4 sv. smaller.escort :we ahonld escape soon be back,* ''Com* forth, even pow". said 'thebJraloV for the sale: of ,the $40,000 sr per feet I tile 'sidewalk i Company Will' Shut '
.1 eal of
tti 'brine disgrace.and. the wrath of he called out.. with ..' 'cent Interest bearing' bonds Issued by at fourteen Down Blg'Mines at Butts Mont;

,be:npontjjelr tribe a.be did so, to the .rjfot 1C I know U..my: boy. suid I to. the special tax district No. 3. West cents 'per square foot, 'Some'time. ago 'Amalgamated: Copper company .

CFhereonthls! : gentleman the western *ky: Look myself. but the captain replied that he Palm' Beach. There was but 'one bid an'ordinance'was, passed requiring the le'about to hut 'down" its mines In l'l tn

began to amuse himself at .. would come'out; when be drier lay Ing of cement or tile walks'on Certain and about- '"' ,. 11
captain light; whit man -thought on' file that orSmlth & of West Butte, >lont,. for an' tnd ft-.

'expense, and jnock,. '.tne'saying, bites'I lives lath sn-ope..lld... not before. "; Palm Beaclt'aad' It being.-within therequi'rements'ot I Itreeta"and this' contract-\ is for-' Dlte'perlod..rom.a; .interest closely' std pa

,(Wambe 'Vould make''me'pny: for ' (To be continued.3' tIt the. ', 1aw, 'and'. a' ceVji-; r the walks that' have not;'been laid by') (dentlfledwith'.: the, company H' 'wag'; t ,arof

soMlcrs the 1 tad k1 Ted.\: happened/that: iTsbot .' the property 'ownersin accordance'with"the' learned '
tt'Jfe wouldl put me via the "Thing Isn't woman'srights ,that.]; 010. 'ciieck c mpan.ID. 'the bid,' Jt that the Suspension 'ol pja."bt, I I
know
I think
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Turns 15 Robbed: ;This Time'.to 'the Tune' ., . *f>oe of Bill Smltht OspHA-M. .Hotter. .,':' N
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OILS
Southern Out Large. of,About",*200,000.. of Georgia to A'ttaciFourteenth ; ; of the Southern L_..... :

force in Atlanta Shops. .-" Amendment The. Crackers? Atlanta chesty b'ty u. n'J nee4 10
basebal Heam.;,won the pennant of the
A defalcation
In state tax. code

Southern .league, Friday afternoon,' tie : .sock.ajround .
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tions1' In i tie ,
LOUtstanaf i officials
which ,
when It had the
to that
: come past
k SUSPENSION INDEFINITE announced amounted to at l.aat:1101- "PLAN.. OF. GOVERNORSMITF, Crackers took'the second from Little 'your'neck Ito care:iH ft;. J

c'c'n. 000 and might reach $200,000.; w "dl;- Rock-* to J-Montgomery harpooned

'f Te Many tho Came as a co..re4fedn..d.. fri the' books of' I Memphis;' to, '1-thus shoving the t

The A Letten: Constitutional' Validity of Amendment' backers, 1< point to; the good and BALL '
plete 'Surprise- B., A A. Charles E. chief dark: to John RD S
assuring_them of the bitntlng: ,'po matter -, r
Will ,
Be Tested In
Also| Lets Out Many M.n Fitzpatrick. state tax collector of the LitigationWith betlded. '
what SNOW4
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at Fitzgerald. first district of New- Orleans.. MI. Railroads Anent For' the first: Ume since 1888.6&Atlanta ,
II( Rat.. LawN .,*
Fitzpatrick-who was formerly mayor I copped a rag: '

One hundred! and fifty men. four*. of New Orleans, has announced that It. was a''goodly proportioned I bunch
be will "make whatever 'the The .tate.of,0eorgta proposes to attack that the Crackers 'their '" +
fifths of whom are.tratned workers, good | .saw punch will cure ;that throat .In abort order. ,, ,
have shortage may be. the validity of the, fourteenth war to..,victory. at Ponce de Leon park Ballard Saovr Liniment penetrates,the pores, promot.
men who served a long .appren Letten,' who is 65 years old for 19 amendment to'the'\ constitution of'the and it was a Joyful crewthat left the Ing free circulation giving tho muscles more la tlc.1t7. t

ticeship and who are egrning' an excellent years h d'b n.on. of'tie most trusted United'States in the pending rate'iii- grounds after Atlanta ) had won out .'.RHetMA'11SMCV1SbpRABNSuitIh58S.x') ?)

grade of pay every day, walked [ men; In the department.Up to'W.d. Izatlon that bas been instituted by Everyone kpew that' Bill Smith'nd CU'n'ES WOUNDS. OLD' SORBS. STIFF, ,poIHI'S.-. 'c

out of, the Southern, shops in .SoutJ{ nesday night thepolice had not been' 'the railroads 'Jn both the state and controlled 'a good team when the BURNS AND AIL PAINS '
able to get a trace of what was done federal incidentally the state Crackers reported In the spring and A
Atlanta Thursday afternoon carrying courts: .
with the missing "money., will also make the point that the while it looked like .a pennant win; GAVE INSTANT'RELIEF. .

with them an order of, suspension for: Mr.. FItzpatrick, after examining the parties wada, defendants in the 'suits : nor _there are BO many slips betweencup Henry Stone,'pro-vo. TJtahl. \vrltest *'1 have wad BaJi8rit.. (
.H -how long none of them,.can even' books, mild the shortage appeared to have nothing 'to do: with the enforcement -, and lip that .the fans just 'waited Snow tlnimcnk for Neuralgia,';Tooth- cho and Bore '' 7

conjecture. hate begun four years ago and to 6f the reduced passenger rater until they copped' ;alt No one was 'which upon application gave me Instant relief. I can rooom- '
mond It all being the boat liniment I have ever n.ed.,Ira acU
Js'ot one of the men had the t slight, have been hidden',by using delinquent The two Issues will \be railed through sure of the dope but it came .trw pain caused from Neuralgia, eto.'? ...

_!at'. thought, of .cessation'. Of lahon taxes and the current year taxes to demurrers' now being prepared by th. Atlanta has never been lower than PRICB.asc: 50c.AND $1.00 ;
cover,up the. deficit of the' previous state's counsel. second'place, and it does not matter .
Since the' season of vacations and .
I.
; year A few'day. ago'Mrq Fltcpatrlck This move on the part of the state now, how long they remained in that -
rests' had passed fcnd the men trained called for the final statement of the to attack the validity of the fourteenth position as they finish- at the head Ballard ,Snow Liniment: Co.t''

'to their several' trades were anticipating 1908 taxes earlier than his chief clerk amendment will at once invite national .of the procession. ,
'800-502; North SccGacS'Street
a long; winter of moneymakingi had prepared' to make it. attention to 'the litigation, and This I. the fourth piece' of bunting 'v

This is the third defalcation in six Its. course through ,aU of Its various Bill Smith has raked In.' His first ST. LOUIS, !!" '. ,MISOYRI. .!._. to, ,
I months in the Louisiana'state (ax: I stages will be watched .wllh ,keen interest'everywhere. was with the Lynchburg team In 1897
But as the ,men. 'entered! the shops department, the two previous shortages ._Not since the.ton, two; with Macon.In 1903 and 1904 and

Thursday morning there was a fresh totaling nearly $100,000); and newt, teenth amendment became a.taw has now with Atlanta In *907,. Bill has i Sold ,and Recommenced by

beet of ''paper on the bulletin board.:' for the second'time, there Is no. clew Its validity ever been attacked. It has been managing team. since 1895 and '

As brightness attracted the attention to the whereabouts Of the missing officiaL been questioned by ulan) persons -: during'that time he has won four.pennants For Sale at ROBER ON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .

of every man with his dinner pall : lawyers and laymen alike-but, the and never, finished lower than '
has been'paa.ed fourth place. The team will btf given :
point never upon in
All to read ; "
his stopped
upon arm. REVISED COTTON GRADES.! any. court la the land.' a present of $2,600, by thevitrectors' for ;
-
>j U|, .-.the, ',,,'"board and to every one It was The plnta'Inyolved in this claim winning the. pennant and it's reward I - -,\ ::"""1
' a' lIurprl.e. It was brief but it was i Nsw York Exchange Forced to Bring they': richly 'deserve. ,
i are complex: in their nature. Some .
plain and ,unmistakable.; It .simply. Contracts Nearer Parity. of the states _at Brat ratified the/ ItIVEE, POUTE:
announced' that wben the day ended of BECKHAM '
The regular September meeting amendments and afterwards receded MRS. WAS TARGET.
would be'no. work the next day New .
there the revision'' committee .of 'the -
I from their previous action while others

TKAUKR LILLIB' .
for some of those who read the but York cotton exchange: was held alter Enraged Farmef'Fir.. at Auto Containing 8TKAUER R08EADA: ,
declined at first to ratify them t Captain,Clay Johnson.Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr.,
letin. While .hort and plain, the order the close of business Wednesday afternoon. ' but 'were later lashed into line by Wife of Kentucky Governor.Dan .
; Regular weekly, trips to Bu.lia..r4 leaves'Klsstss
return- Boieada
indicated those upon whom Idleness Much Interest Has been taken Ruxter.,a farmer has been Indicted *'
ollc the .
the reconstruction> of gov ors Tuesday morningand arrives nisilmmee JTrlday evening..
came. It apprised twenty-three machinists In the probable action of the There is serious question' at Owensboro, Ky., 'on the < .
ernment. a Special Charter Trips to Lake QkeeaVioe and ''Fort UTere oa UM LUlla.
whose average pax; Is $23 committee, owing to the big discount of fact as to whether they were legally charge of having discharged a' pistol ,Oomrortable accommodation" pas seagers.> Bates'reasonable..
to-$28 a week; one coppersmith who at which local contracts: had been adopted. at as automobile contalnln.r'Mra.. J. "The' most picturesque Wsterway In' Florida

makes 93 .and more day; three 'selling as compared with middling The state does not propose to at C. Beckham wife of the governor'of' For Passenger and Freight,.Rates, 'apply to

bollermakes whose soars Is 93.10. a cotton In the open market and the tack' the fifteenth amendment; the the state. and a party of friends. CLAY JOHNSON. SR,'Proprietor., ; t )

day; fifteen helpers at $1.30 a day;; trade had anticipated that the actionof recent negro disfranchisement bill Mrs.. Beckham, who*was an Owens | Oa board "Ullle.- i o
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two blacksmiths who without trouble- the committee would bring the passed by the legislature will get boro girl, was visiting friends. The farmers .,. XI..lm.'y'

earn 93-20 a day and one hundred contract about fifty points nearer parity around this Instrument and practically -, In.the vicinity bate, been' complaining ... (I""Wit
o carpenters and car builder., out of a with the 'middling grade. nullify it ot the speed of the machines:

torch of 600 men and who earn 91 The revision announced reduced The fourteenth' amendment was on the highways; and when the motor . 'j '.. ...tlt 1':1 '

every day: that when the day's work premiums on the high grades about aimed to protect the1'negro, but In' containing. 'Mrs.: Beckham reached a Advertise in Your Home..Paper1 '

was over they might call at their fore 15 point, but gave Increased penalties recent 'years the corporations bavrsought bridge1 on a much coveted thoroughfare .. II

man's office'i for their time a. their on the low grades of from about 20 and e found shelter under its ? a 'man on' horseback demandedthat .Fortho: erp.Best'Res'' 1t : "
.
services,, would not-bb needed.the next to 100 points with the penalties particularly elastic wlnc.Aft. .the chauffeur stop. 'j '* \ l' \ dsy-Frldaly.JCo << severe on the tinged and .,' the war, the people at ':'the ',The,,horseman flourished 'a pistol

reason was 'given the men for stained cotton' north-Thad Stevens and his' gang- offer ,the' horse, "for the driver of the LV

the order but it.didn't take them long' teared that the south would emancipate automobile to wait several"minutes." ,,'.

to figure out a reason. OIM of the JUDGE LAMBA8TS JURY.OlepUastd their slaves':! but pass_ such laws while he denounced .automobillsts In
'
number-he has been with the South- .-r- as) to forever kee)> the negro in practical - bitter' terms. n44 .
, ,ern thops since PSUlb 1'l. as the Atlanta -at Verdict Acquitting; Negro. servitude-laws that 'would, deprive When the machine''' started he fired

_J shops are designated, was started -' C Woman of Vagrancy. him of equal rights Under the several shots and Mrs; Beckham ,and '

-spoke for the' crowd who are laid Judge Thomas M Norwood in the law and that would take'Ills, property the other women dropped to the bottom 'The'Suii's.Hii'iit. !

off: I Savannah city court, roundly .condemned without due process of law. of the car 10.. paroxysm of .. ..

"When 1 that the order was a jury for not founda' litigation fright '
say a Charring In the pending passenger rate .
surprise to the* men. I tell you the negro woman guilty gof "vagrancy; the railroads, seek protectionof \ ,,":: _..... ., .\, ; r .', ; ..' 4.

;f(;' exact facts in the case. Still, among as charged. 'Among other.' thlags the the federal government 'under 'thr WOMAN.DEFENDS..tiERHONOR. ,,._,, , ,, ,' !:ic: :, ,, .. . .".8",- ''1t,4rlle J T'-t.. ,.Bdc.. > .. .e.'V, : . .
I
i if! those who are in charge $It has not judge said fourteenth amendment. 1 They allege re- i'I HE!: Instrument in t.v* obervawy" : esi 1ltoey9. Wl '1 'f'. wII
been a' surprise reoeutly; We- have "We have these vagrancy cases In that the order.of the railroad commie: Shot Down M.n"Whom She.-Claims. '" which the variation of tka son's beat i surr ersaSared. sI1gI.t

ascertained that oome 'ot:these foremen large numb ra. In this court, I can slon" Is conflscatory because 'It.denies Attempted an Assault.. 'f T' '"be, called an electrleal'the' ometer.' ''Jt\\is. an spoaratas w

have been working for this or prove that there are five' thousand them equal rights under the law and. News reached Woodvllle. Miss., Friday }large'asito
der for more than a, week.. If they vagrants in this community. They are because It Is taking their. property. of' the fatal shooting of Nicholas part of ;its mecUaniim.,which! makesthe record,,
they Mrs" Amanda Hum II .> Is a fine! thread of, platinum, connected electrically with a
knew any reason for It. however, supported by the white people of the without due'process.. Messenger by > < ?
have Dot given it out. But among the city and are a burden to us. I am Counsel for the state propose,to de- phreys In the country about four miles balance, of marvelous delicacy _
''
The' beam of the balance Is a fliameat of spun glass. )
town.'Mrs. Humphreys
men who are touched by the order, sorry that this Jury could not arrive to the suits on the ground that Northeast of the tlalr '
mat almost five inches long and 1411.0 In diameter than'a ]'ii'the'piddle s;
as well as among their companions, at. a verdict\ am morUlI.ed that. there the fourteenth ameDdment to' the constitution used a revolver Messenger'. dying of which I. a concave mirror as big as a large plnhead.* ''fh'"- mirrort

who still remain In, there is now, are three men onjthls Jury who voted is not valid and I* therefore j immediately.; (which weighs two and. a half milligrammes-about as much as the Bind leg* .

an understanding. Recent legislationIs to turn this woman loose. I am sorrythat not binding upon any of the [states., Mrs: H mphTei. appeared beforea of a'' fly.Is fastened upon, square piece cut from'a dragon*11 *s\.wing, and,
the cause Ando do you know thereIs any man on this jury should have They will force the ,Judge of the lower magistrate and was released on bail the whole affair II suspended from a fibre of spun quarts crystal two Joe 'lone

pot a man not hit by the order to receive his patronage from negroes, court for a ruling and will be la a It is understood she will pload'\ the and:'one' five-thousandth of an Inch thick- Outside of the building is a queers. .
has claiming that Messenger looking machine, provided with a large circular' mirror, which' I. controlled ;'*
a
he ,
of today who feels that and for that reason will"not' vote for position to take the question to the unwritten Jaw !
That order to asault her.FIFTYFIVE by clockwork In such a way .as to face the sun at all hours and to throw n v
of a days .work. conviction In an open case such as the United States.SOUTHERNERS attempted
certainty a of 'o
court
again supreme ., reflected beam into the mouth,of a great tube that enters the observatory-'Aa ? I
which came today may come this 1.7ONETHIRD PEN single ray. ot the sunshine thus conveyed'ls' permitted to fall upan'tbe'ptatk'
tomorrow-it. may come at any time GOT SHORT END. YEARS IN num tbre.d..tbrouab.wblch'. current of electricity continually passes.;:'" J, .'
and when it does come we will then OFF IN ALABAMA It Is.well known that the electrical resistance of platinum varies 'withs ';-..-..
know and not before who Is next to Received Bad Treatment ;at'"Number! Given Notorious Robber and Criminal temperatures and *o by measuring the resistance' the thread the beat .

be let out," .' Is Cotton Crop Says Comml..lon.r.r Convention In Philadelphia. 4- .Assaltan/'of. Young Girl. of a sun's ray thrown.upon it is.determined. So accurate in'factis,the de:
.
I At the regular meeting of the machlnlsts > Agriculture Wilkinson.In Savannah lumbermen who attendedthe Henry Lehna,who confessed,,to,robbery '.termination that.a, variation of one-millionth. ot a degree 5_ 5 Fahrenheit caa be "ylsttaguished.

of Atlanta Thursday night. A statement 'gltn out Wednesday convention held' In Philadelphia aid,three assaults on.14-year-old! I .'
Tprnerevllle.r'a., Changes In the. temperature1 of the platinum.thread cans the wonderful
not' official Wilkinson Wbltebead, at
announced., in an Commissioner of Agriculture lumbermen got Anna ;
It' was say that the southern little
reliable to serve 65 years.In balance ,to sway,while another ray of light allowed to fall upon Its tiny
sentenced
way, but In a manner wholly says the cotton crop has fallea the short end every'-que.Uoa that has been In'' the western concave mirror, is reae ted'upon measuring scale. Thus,1'as;" the dot of reflected
:., that at Fitzgerald one hundred. men' oft everyday since August 25, and if come, up. The southerners, accordingto solitary confinement i :light,,runs alonc.the".ealo' one may 'observe with the eye thev variations -'

,i, $3.40 a day on the wage scale, had' the crop is not very active from now the Savannahlans, were particularly penitentiary.ThU .- for |.n the amount' of,heat conveyed b).' the sunbeam, 'whlch"comn through
been let out by the' Atlanta. Birmingham and should frost overtake It, It .will aggrieved because of the attitude\ is the maximum' penalty''each'as the tube from outside- the building. When desired however the measuring''

and Atlantic railroad. No reasons not yield more than two-thirds .of' of New York and Baltimore 1"epresen'tatlvea the crime, being 15 years tor scale Is replaced by a alowly.travellac photographic. which.makes a per r
were assigned for that let-out. an .average of the trade. sault and ten, years for robbery:: m anon t .record ot the fluctuations. of the solar tem peratur,,''' convenleDt tot".

... ; printing, filing and'subsequent reference.-The Reader' V slw

''r. ,GEORGIA MILLS TO EXHIBIT., ter-DEEP. v FLAMES.!: 'THREP\TENED* WARSHIP. MEMORIAL HER SON. -" .-. ; q. S
BRINY
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4 State Industrial Association CoOperates .. Secretary and Party..--Sail- from Seattle Oaring Courage Officers. a.d.Crow. Woman Makjis $150,000 Gift to Yale 5. '': '' : <' .,;". ,

With*Fair at Atlanta. on Steamship Minnesota. Saved Battleship! Indiana.The for' Specific Purpose., '_ ." ',.', r ;4, I '. ,,,; '..., .
: One of the features of the 'Georgia William H.;:Taft sailed ffom ,beat navy' department Wednesday Professor ftussell M. Crittenden, director ..-..;- .' / .." ,.\ ,
A < I!' r -\j\
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; i state-fair will be a.comprehensive exhibit : tie at 1: o'clock Thursday on' the made, public the ,fact',that through afire of the Sheffield Scientific schoolof .: i.

!' by the 'various Georgia .mills, steamship .Minnesota. The reat'crowd secretary in her coal,bunkers. on the mornIng ''Yale university, announces a._gift r 5 Habits: of the'Fly', '
was'In fine and ,
Industrial As spirits Oliver
members of,the Georgia. Ac ,of September ,8th, the ;:battleship of J150.000 from Mrs.: James B. i
waved'a4Ieu. and good .wishes. ,"I
sociation. Secretary Taft are' ,his Indiana,; now', undergoing repairs; at' of Ptttaberg,. I'Pa. This,, gift ;is '. '

Letters have.been, sent out from the to companying wife and: son, .Charlie; I his private. secretary the;;League'Island.. navy,lard .narrow' for the erectlon'of' a new recitationor : i : .,s, j.. q.:,Cobb." M:. D: -

Atlanta offices "of the 'association .,Fred W. Carpenter and General It.,e.caped destruction.-Hhe ''ammuni lecture hall aa -... memorial to her ..,
mills in the state which comprise in the'hdjacentinagaiines"beingately'tyemoved"only : a
the 153 Ct&renc.Edward. chief of'thebureau.of ton "Daniel Leet Oliver. formerly .
requesting the the son, "
through exhibition1 ,
the membership :; Bclentiflo +
,, Insular affat,.. student in the Sheffield habits of the and then '
01 .the fly
make theirexhlblts -. greatest courage on ET picture to you some .
owners of the mills,.to of" the; who died last me .
.
... school class of 1908 unreasonable to believe that,he Is aa
; If It is
at the. fair.. ? \ b.\,art ot the .omcef._,,,, and. crew. we shall see '' rand v
about
( disease.
BASEBALL.; factor inthe.tpreadof you
PLAYER, KILLED. June., L Important >
'j ; see the'swarms, of 1IIe.,uJlCl1 decaying 'eseta ",maUer, :"
BLUB VETERANS 'IN PAR \\L. I 8twck WILL BE NO COMPROMISED, QUIT! KEYS I the manure, piles, everywhere' ,
? Victim Was Region .of Heart MORE TELEGRAPHERS I _) '-;in, the' garbage'cans.on, ;
'---:,: '. I. ' ---- ' N -Watch: : for Dies swarming .upon the.:filth of.: the, street*. 9 1
Grand Army of Republic Holds Annual 'a-nd Quickly bled., Telegraph. Com pan I..' Deny Negotiations Small'Tom 1n. Ohio': 'Ted| )Up .", 1:t' 'such sputum and bones and decaying vegetables,: 'FaUew.,
Encampment, at.Saratoga. .Henri Pilon, ',was struck .over the ,for Strike' Settlement., Twenty!. him further and see him alighting upon the cud)' offered .
Martial music,': the oldtimewar= heart bj;, a pitched ball In'a halo ,,Reports-', that 'a compromise would by. trlkI !., . :: for-sale br the street venders and entail the fruit at "-"' I

tones to which the soldiers of the civil all''game at Montreal, Qu.bic;:Son-. soon be reached between the telegraph, } wan 'announced at .the..headquar.. tondo. And'the meats-bve-'your observed'' bow ,they are witjr"carried" ';In oDesl "

war ;had marched in many 'campaigns day and died .a1molt'n-.taDtlr',, companies' 'and.their. striking operators' ten tot'>> ..telegraphs',. la -',NIW, York wacon througb.._. streets without.pAtectlon lit U simply, covered nasty. ; ., tootlpl.
N.; Tf.. atan throlUh.Jho.ha'da. were -denied in New 'Yolk Thursday la twentytowns' hi.'meat does not ehl.D&th. fact that -v -. -- rl.
awakened Saratoga, passed
:The ball ( Saturday 'that operators .. Idle'picture of the dangers from By infection: ;,, ,W n. Jlilrr.. '
DO.
.tivednesdayr the day: officials of'the'companies. who-de This is
early "hour -another player' and struck 'Pllon by in'Ohio'fiwho''dld'not"go"'outwhen millions of bacteria; '"'.: ,
:of the parade of the veterans who ate 'in the\breast.Pilon caught;jfthc.'ball .clare that no'n)goU.Uons. ,looking Ito a'trlke '' the strike was called. six weeks their U.depths.. Everyone the screening: 'of..bOllIe. ant" especially" at ,toot- '.
.
attending', 'the r national 'enC&D1'pmentof"the threw: It to the short'':atop and, dropped setuement'are, pending and < :ago:;had 'left their keys...The names Detroit NewtTribnne."a. :' "I 1
Army' ot the Republic,, dead. ,that there. will be,:no' compromise... given '" L
,. Grand. ;" .- of,the towns were. >of ) Q ., "

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Coll.. .f Llk.r.t Art..-Th. standards are those or theJBalversljr of Chteajro.Il SotIOU' -
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besides five jrears'aotual. experience mmmte lk"ootA! 110,000 pip. organ, 'doien pinna, separate buttdlnK, .lane sonltr ". .
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Doesn't this. mean. some .Itr. of CblOfO: .,..liarvurd, Yal, Dartmouth Colnmbim. Toronto W.k. Vorwl. ., 1:
thing ? .o. U.b. ucknell UDI..r.li of IIlebl,... ucDnuon and 'other V..IY.roltJ. Tlla.an I
I ov.rtlcooc..oete bulldleg.end ulp"'IID..r": aquerterof a .11I10D dol ar.adowlD'DI: '
the dispensary South Stables. aD.dowed libra'01 over 18.000::I Uta", beautiful. chapel with co.uy f.rnt.bing.. .lDol"do'' ,
The of vetoed sufficient to
Mayor Perry ,
help Sunny
.We carry ,1111.&.aIlled glw windows 7 0" ".IDUn..,. tlll.OUU ptrv O"'aIIl a jmo..l.m With OODlpleW- a'
ordinance passed by the deliver your packages within apparatus; .0 ellDI..eed .A ibleUo FI.ld ruoDlo track teouUl courts. baoeb.11 diunoDei .and.. ,
,rldll'O.,besides llDmlllll'. golf ..d other .port.i Ieparate buildings for meo I
council of t.b.t1.O"n, come weeks ago,, i a few moments after the pur- WOlD' loIIa large laboralOrlea! for Cbera&.u''''Pb.ICW.: JiaN.r1oIOtr7. MID.....".'and 1110101' ,

and it 1* altogether probable now ,chase. This is not idle i I INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors. rood.several broad large.IIIONUID'"e.o... .paolowo and shop..l.etrlc 06"1'11I. ; .hmb"11gb&"'.".eiectrte cud t..e.bells: .octsi.steam literary he.t.cemeot. music walll.and.other.hall r;,. I
tbattbe dispensary will not dispense .tude.t.'clubsstar: jec u..._... ChMnhlD and ..uC.eetarl.D lashing 1'11. looetto.Is. a;
boasting but we want your .........................-.-.......-................--..- be.uUI..llUld healthful and the azpenaea.1 are low.ForcataI6 . i li'' ,
business and we know we (.," ..., Solders and Infortnntlon addrea, the Prenldent x

t v ordeal After"of going two primary through elections the strenuous, and can please. .. : J# UVERY.SiLE. aid. BOARDING.. !I BROADWAY- I s LINCOLN HULLEY, PIt D. Litt. D.,,.LL. D. l! iiiI

;, finally securing the nomination by a -
5 Pe. tog '!\ b LAN D, FLA. ...
1f large rasjorlt for -the office of Judge :i.__.............\.........................._ \....?......_t...._..._... f I
of the Criminal Court Of decounty, Kissimmee Co.
Drug
:; Editor F.. B. Stoneman, of thfJMUm ; I I !> Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and .State Institutions for [Education: I

Evening Itecord, has': been side-tracked tClsglmmee.: Fla. ,,!> repfmjd\ toe meet all: demands with Perfect Satis- Higher .

1 bf Governor",,Broward, who appointed aooooooooooooooooooocoodBring ,* faction.". i '

i W. I. Metcalf) one of the defeated . '
candidates, Instead. If the' governor University of the State of Florida : Florida Female College I'};

bad not Intended appointing the nom us you, /? Job Printing..; . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . 5 GAINESVILLE. FLA. TALLAHASSEE. FLA.

,I, inee of the primary, he ihould have S, wK vn, A high grade Institution for vouo0 A College for women, without a parallel fi t

..Id.o In the beginning and saved g men, o"ifering Literary Sclentlllc, Engineering ) in the! South, embracing; a College :$.
J the candidates the trouble and; the FOR SALE CHEAPIF of Liberal M-tsa. School for $;
,Agricultural aod rodaRog-
( Teachers, a Schoolof Industrial Arts, *j.
1 of the election. ical Courses.
expense BUDDED TREES '
I a School. of Fine Arts, Including ;,v\
1 SOLD QUICK Strong Faculty; well equipped Laboratories piano pipe organ violin, voice' culture -/ <'t
'General Fredrick D. Grant said: : thorough Instruction, both : elocution ..nd physical.cuturft. \ oi ,
"Moderate drinking is a practical theoretical and practical, careful supervision faculty of able specialists| In-alt 'iV
impossibility. Drink Is the greatest The hotel ''The Inn." Islesworth' Nurseries. and discipline; high moral departments. J *,>. 'lh6J7" (
curse of the 'world, because practically : one, TUITION FUKK. Charges for special 'i''
all crimes and disasters are the The Van Duzor corner. No tuition charges to Florida) stu- Instruction in line arts reduced ;r"-i'; ""
r result of it. Nearly. every calamity. CHAS12 & CO., ProPRIETORS J. W. HOARD, AGENT dents. Other expenses very low. to a minimum. New buildings' iu "" !-'

of the country, barring accidents ofnature I The Okechobee House. We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting) a general For catalogue and other information course of construction. Writefor ,'-
due
1 ? are : to -drink. Ninety The Waring assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all !It'atllo)I varie- add ressANDQEW ,catalogueA. t il'UBl
five per ceot-I will make it no less-- cottage. ;
ties. .Our budded rough Lemon and
trees are on good healthy :
of all desertion and of lawlessness
in toe array are acts due to .drink. The old Makinson corner. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects peAla. of any kind. SLEDD Pres. A. MURPHREE, Pres.Iun28a'il I
All budded from trees In and therefore true urns.me. .
bearing our proves \
My staff, my own appointees, do'not" Two cottages and one lot on Our facilities for" crowing nursery stock are second to 'J
touch a drop. They know better.
none and our trees are as floe as money and twenty ;year's experience -
In state 75 to 85 O'Neal Addition.
our own prison the
percent
-WflAre.. this of the OPf
can produce. making a-8j eclalty season l
of of all convictions the
are and famous California \ialencla Late which is destined to become the eT tiff nil. A_
'outcome. of whiskey $! Orange grove. horse wagon bUd'come
naUonapPrisoneongre.s greatest money-maker Ia Florida. Our Valencia' direct ti "ar.: tiel"
august body-;. the harness cow and bull calf. from the best bearing trees. in the district now fan bus for producing .
Is. unit in the opinion. S
the best Valencia California. OSCEOLA.: :
"Close up the saloons and regelate In 1
The of Harrv W. Thur- ;
alcohol to the lower, where it property
i' and regions Vrite for Prices to J. W. HOARD< Gotha. Fla., or call and see our Nurseries -
rightly belongs, in six months
the Jails of the country would be almost man. Apply to the owner or J. M. at Waco on Florida Midland" R. R. 1PHA.:: :1 1I: CY. sPrtdcy

and crime would be !
,, empty reduced Willson, Jr., Kissirnmee, Fla. .
to a mere bagatelle.' 111tJ6.A.I rasaahnh.lbtranr4eclkrlkl4aektAa.lt.st.fbuA. lkallt.-- Yom.
Terms easy part may'remain on 4Z :
Old Age and Cons ence. 4 ; E-.H- S w.d.od.
mortgage. 4 TburadwWad.
Don't forget us when in
k Old aee la both '".ner.w.-a respectable I R. S. Floyd & Co. > -
. b7 _.
-bat it
; should be serene and ---- --- 9 5' -
t Cheerful and Illumined with the placid LEAD'ING.ne d of Anything
t 'content that sheds sr mild Light overt Osceola County I. .

everything; for why should Old Age I DRUG in the DrugSTORE
6 be gloomy ,and sslflsh, orirritable GROCERS 8 U
r and ill-tempered, rather" than hale, Abstract "
,and hearty and 'wholesome There Company ; Line-. '.
i are numerous, of old 'med ,who know I I

bow to keep within laughing distance --- NEW FIRM NEW GOODS > .-. ,. _. --, .
'of their youth and'whyshould not all S. H. ;aULLO K, MANAGER. 9 -

,mac discover this is to the be secret found?among'The the answer things to 9 ; fl Bottle oT "Herblne"\ FREE to Everu; Customer.I .-

that are fundamental and when. it la Real estate Hull Line of. High Grade Fresh > 'J:, AI'al'J.

..found it spells' conscience I Thegloomy 'Title examined aod' reported on t. Family and Fancy Groceries _' ; i and soured ones-who '
; are at Taxes paid for" non-residents C. S
war with youth and the world' and Instruments relating to real estate FREE DELIVERY .. . .. i
1 rwboclalasthe possession of amber drawnCorrespondence; .' V'sR' tF gkr1FiP"Yrut, . . 'V"w1F'9rIFY ".. Ai A Bringtablet
'less physical ailments,.:would have anti carefully r a

easier' and a happier \time; if they Solicited. KlHsimmee _ KISSSIMMElt! PHONE' NO. 8. III''I
Prices Flu.C.
traced their" troubles to conscience. : Right ,4I' was in i
'It ia their keenest and .
most painful i
ailment. They may beat It down and tIUlI08-1r l p.iF vPw. vr if'Yr'f*-g'Y"ratl 'w iFifr Yrrtir iF'U'.y yrr Mrs.
k, ,smother It in the pride of life, and in ..-. I C.. W. GMffinSiNORTH : \, a, visit ,
the vain-glory of their; youth.and it I' Born

may lie dormant, a friendless and a CITY BARBER SHOP .. M skins.
.
forsakes thing for many Years, but. a son.
it Is bound to hare its Innings at Groceries "" t
r." last. When the body', begins to show Now Open for Business A.. CARSON JOHN' M. LEB.' N. B. CARSON = Fancy Family 'Mr. E
signs of physical wear' and tear, .....I..t. Vlc.-Pnatd.rt. C .1aI... post In 1Hess. I

''and the passions' grow weak or" die In Patrick's. Old Stand Fresh Meats.Deliuery .
'out altogether, and the legs acquire State Bank of Kissiitittiee. : Mrs.visiting. .
4 their premonitory wabbln" so ,familiarto NEW CHAIR. ,

the experience. of mankind, Conscience .. Kissimmee: Fla. tit Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited ,.a ,ne.y...
arises from its NEW RAZORS
long rest re LA1.0.
IkuA.aatal4hiklk/k
+ "" tzerNtlaltt.tarlksre.-ceuentske. A +
trepbed'and -r
reinvigorated and proceeds '. A UHf
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to take possession of the fran jEW EVEHYTHINO PAID UP CAPITAL....... .. e ftO OOO OO --= .'.- -.-. phase, fi

carcass and use its sharp and secret STOCKHOLDERS: LIABILITY. .. SO'OOO OO Store.
lash. And what a' pity this lashingoannottake WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE 'Mr.
.Satisfaction Guaranteed. DEPOSITORS SECURITY., . 106 000 00 BEST 1
place in the I .. ---.--.--___.__- is vlsltli
'word ---
In the marketplaces of the
I
:In the midst of the assemblages of Prompt and Careful AtteWtlo give to a'. matters eretfrstod / H. M. V J JI
men I-Joel Chandler Harris in. Uncle QR ,",,0 'PAV. to ... Exckasigesi good at all points ., cheapest ',.r 1 BowlliID

,. Remus's Magazine for September. --- .- ..-- rates BUSINESS' WHISKEY{ WINES AND BEER. AroaiKUilmn
YOUR SOLICITED.
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--WE'ARE .AGENTS,FOIL=
General Robert E. Lee
U. CoCOOI.ee

Was lie greatest general the world International 1 Harvester Co. .- ,
has known. ben
ever' UalUrd's Snow WHITE ROSE yea
Liniment is the greatest. Liniment. Gasoline Engines SALOON. The m..
Quickly cures all pains. It is within'

the reach ot all. T. H. Pointer ...BA GAINS IN.. snpplleeiIi n.
t Bempstead,. Texas, writes: 'This The Best on the Market. We '
is to certify that Uallard's Snow Lin- I. HL [NETTLES & CO. .
iment "has been used In my house. will make you close' prices on En- bon s W,

+ hold for" years and has been found to gines and Pumps In running orderon Summer where .b
be Goods !
; an excellent Liniment for Rheumatic
EjW- I>>aln.., I am never without. it." your farm. Phone, :Lee I Orlando Fla" ; All at
t Sold at Rebel-sons Pharmacy . y white an
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Most Ualqae Tour: l. the Ceo.try = RE VIVORESTORES '" Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes DI.co ...... B74. :u Oeoan 8tr..' vTbe' In iouDoea

Is In Dado' eo..t,. . Portable and i
VITALITY Stationery
Engines
It"is", perhaps the most unique town .aa' ., and Notions. andI>011.1" ; 8a"lI1a> ; Woodwork1pg AMornejr'Save
in America. There are. now about ''Hade Machinery; and Supplies.: Com- .,. :' a
40 of the Orientals gathered there a .. plllfelIoe.c.rrled in stock, Liberal ," stopplnirand
most ot them being fruit growers ana&ruck Well MMof tehll. Write for ()at.loJrUe'St.te fret l''WeUD '
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farmers. They raise pineapples altenu for tics Olds Gas and
and light garden stuff. Their houses Me." O.aobre. Ertfrs <]

are,built like, those of their native Tads:, ........ II. C. STANFORD COMPANY.R. II. ba moredtore root
country} with fences about them, the :a.'W' .
fates of which are 15 feet high. They sr.d-.--.1..u ae.. 11.eet MACHINERY Y Drug.-Co.Th .
cultivate 80 -
or.more acres and are as Dowsrt.Urud4.lokyCuraswb..oth.rsf iL -' on
prosperous as can be. Yo.ag_.-regd.their toss .wakood.end J mewhumg
OM_ ...,recover their ,.
i of the
The
people
surrounding tut. y1Vei. U ,ale"" M"qtliujT iS 't. frill :
country think well of the Japanese, MW.S NirwmwieM, Loss TltoUty. S.XMI HARRIS M. D. J. 8. MC KWAH. rfOotobeMiss.
for the latter are a sociable, well weak.eameb..L..tPow.r. . ltl.awr
set" and would not;for any mannered .con.-' -Waau.c- _D'--o 4' 1D41.e..u.and .,.wblek.......of eels... ...aw...te:J, HARRIS SANITORIUM. ROLLINS COLLEGEWINTER 8\
aiurdayadbMrT
? sideratlon pass you on the road ,without ,t.dr.b.eieeaort.art.sa 1.asay..rse .
In .,.&ar\bc et.a.._ ..,. I
;waving' their arms salutation. 01 di. but le a fveaa
established "' n. .... .... ..........., prlagiae ORLANDO FLA elativesW I
.The
colony was a littleJess ....k Ik.Pleat stew.. MI*....._sad. I IAPrlva PARK. FLORIDA.

,. than two, &their Tears own ago.' language' West of,, .the.!l.t l. pr":.kl. d..roe._....,.rPa"a avta M. erir.... Institution built and. equipped: %ith',all, modem: F 'do.1. looking for"Flr.i.eI..JD.Utut.JoD; ri. .. mal

,tough a few ortbem are. educated In so otben... .la e.iTMd f.vestpoeken. IJ, .eonreniehces I oc.t.ed..ll endowed thoroughlyg'eati y 01 men' .taKtLtrio.
for deliFhthtlly and
.an.0 parp .ke.a. ...Izforl .... W. .Surgical work and the care and treatnientcf'
,
Kngllsh ,Most of them,, too ....free place. : Is Rolllu r :
are advt. m.fnNtss ,
and eoees.l High
Is all wee wl.b 1t. the sick. c' Orade Cll..."".
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., :briaaTinx o..t.belrfamUiea. ".Yomoia wttb sw....... a..aa. fies..ddmr ? : Art; Epresiop Modem Lngu ages, }imlaen and c&c1em7..l .,, _
<{ 'as is IO'IAL.UICUI t0.. ...... aMg, ttlsi s,.. Terjus Reasonable;, ;( Write for,Pnrtlculnrs. Boar41D.fsoForfn1fu IrOO4 and apeD' light.', ,b ln. 'BteaognPh7 .Gtonneg +'? .
miles at He&cch.-6t.. : gymnufnm "'
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Palm sport. panioulM. ; and ,'
,31 o For.alein Klsalmmee; .Fla.ty Lb. ;- - ... . aDd :room.s'ewrva" offs address' es,- v j' ,
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Gazette All figured lawns at cost. at KATZ'S. Mr. F. W. Ulll, ot Narcoosrtee, See, Rmbrotderles and Insertions a'' fine Jerseys.Oaceolacountycan Letter, to' P.,A. v... Agnew ?
Be Klsslmmsc,Valleu transacted bu.lne'lIln town Monday. H, c: Stanford Co. I '
Cash Remnant Sale Wginning boast of two a* fine < KISSIMMEE FLA.( !
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-- - Monday AU1'U1t.12tb. at KATZ'S Mr. and, Mrs J. L. Moon visited Smoke Key West Havana the. best. herds of :Jersey: cattle. as can be found Dear.Sir; We ahould like to .,
ELEPNONE NO. 11. relatives. at Osteen from Saturday till 60 cigar on the market.Dr. anywhere In the United State of printyour
opinion this in
See those Matchless American Monday. The editor of this paper, In company guarantee this
Co. e Wlnn was called to Loughmao paper where all jour neighbor. will's
Stanford
Beauty Corsets .t H. C. with representative ,*. E. Don- .. .
EVERY FRIDAY "is called this week the .1.:
Attention to visit
UBLISHED on a professional thjs morning.Mr. egAn drove out last Sunday to St. '
Great bargains on our !> and 10 new advertisement of J. W. Thompsonundertaker Cloud, where the famous RunDmedeJerlle We'll furnish the .paint to paint
-BYOFFICIAL cent counters. ring a. nickel!. and ,and embalmer.Florsheirn's . Charley Guernsey of Orlando belonging to the. United Land half! the house of any fairman f,
W. B. MARRIB. see what. It will do.CASH. I.l visiting the family of lr. J. F. on these'terma He shall paint
Co. .
=:;.:= =--===:: BARQAIN STORK. V Patent Oxfords are Watkins for a few day. Waiter are Lorenc now kept, and showed manager the other half with whatever. paint be
= the correct !thing as to style, comfort, very kindly .us likes; same painter (any fair man) I
WEATHER HKPOHT.ww. Next Wednesday, Sept. 25th. is etc. Found, at. 11. C. Stanford Co. See announcement of the Promenade this famous herd, same way (the'way of all fair. ; painter
t. ...4U>. Thai Florida' Day at the :Jamestown: Exposition onlv. Concert by the KUslnimee orchestraIn We then drove out to Fell's Point" to make a good lob). If lour halt
A w.jmt.witak another. column of this issue. where found Messrs. P.' A' and l
..... HeptMBtwr and we understand a partyof we doesn't take less nations of paint by
--- Klssimmeeites I III being formed to Mr. T. II. Minx I Is erecting a photograph Frank Vans Agnew and Capt. Trench. one-tenth to .....0..11..1 we'll give '
..... Him RalB11..- represent. our city on that occasion. gallery on the vacant lot betweenMakiniton's Try the. new barber shop Everything Here another herd of beautiful jerseys, him the paint. If our half doe*n',
( 'at store and the operahouse. hew and up-to-date. Sharp razors the property of Mr. E. N. Fell were take less labor by one-tenth to *eventenths .
- -. Ladles. at Shirt Dann's.Waists a reduction . clean towels, frit-class service. shown u.Mr; P. 'A. Vans Agnew, we'll give him, the ,paint, If
however has rintended the
*10 o 711 70 Mr. Bate Barnes, of the Orlando New barber shop at Patrick'm old Phone your want' we do the running breeding of these cattle and '1*, very. our we'll half give inns him sounder the paint.three, If yearsfbeno our half

.fiatamUy...4ar 'i 7.Ywdar Reporter-Star force came down Wednesday tand. Service by a tonsonlal artistconversant -.. ... proud of his achievement? Isn't sounder six: year, he...., we'll ,
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KISSDU.F.Ji DRUG COMPANY.
M" 74 11 and went down the riveryesterday with all the latest fad In : Both herd are thoroughbreds, and give him the paint., Any color. ,

,wdJw.lar., .. .. $1 M. 72 180 to Frank Taunan's fish harboring. tf. The regular weekly services will beheld are without doubt the most. perfect .We say one-tabth. because there
. M 'It ..laVaMa few rusticating. specimens. we have ever seen; the > ,
to day
Thurwter. camp spend a Miss Francis Williams left Monday at the Alliance hall next Tuesday bred are two or three paint with about.. thF ;
younger stock: in each beings
New Idea Patterns, 10 cents, at II. for her home at Capltola, Ga., aftera evening. All are cordially invited to I From the same sire the United Land that difference; we say .en-r.be. ;fie '
_. attend.we are dozens of paint.. with about that
O. Stanford. Co. pleasant visit with the family of ;Co'*. "Sultan of Runnymede," which difference f
one to seven, because I
Ar jouwill bnd Dry Oooos, Shoes, her brother at Ashtonv are pleased to note that .Mr. i easily: captured the blue ribbon at the Lb....'.*. a say hundred that waste
Notions, Hardware, Or.Dlte..re.TID"a. Frank: Bass's condition. continues to State Fair, where he was shown two one-third of the for both
George Steffee who I I. now engineerat money paid .l'
< ..., Glassware, In fact almost the house for.. large phosphate Imrrove and the doctors speak very ,.year ago. paint and labor. : .;, ,
lOCAl tfrlflD. power "
THE | of bis I Those In the former herd are allrelti.tered. .
.. everything at the Cash Store, and geta mine near Plant City spent a hopefully case. I. 1* there .baven't oyeredrF.
> prevent. with each purchase. few day her this week. Wt and are a* fine bred a* 'our. truly :.i ..
Miss Adeline this
Donegan
In the the older .
F. H. LAWSON. any one W DXVOB sib co *
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for Ala. ,I l brought : ;
Messrs. Chas. Heidi. and II. D. morning Birmingham haying been here bv Mr. > ..
Miss Mabel Parker and her little. where will spend time
the some visiting C. W. Ward from General Miller' "

Wade, the Tuner Orlando brother, arrived and sitter home, Wadley Wednesday and Elizabeth afternoon representing Waterman wort. Florida In town.Investmentand yesterday. the, family Of her brother famous" >stock. :\farm near' Philadelphia. I BieBarbe, : ie': at A. "J. Seat '27Hu* .

Security Co., of Tampa. Miss Lillie Mabbeite. who has been held ,,
KATZ'S. from South C.roUn..r-wh. A big b.rbecue"IU be at. the I'
Al'lflllure4lawD. at ootat spending the summer Mere with her If It'. a HepMtatlo '

'Ail color*, narrow velvet.Ribbon at they.I..r.. spent Mr, *.. Geo.the summer M. Duone.) with their Henry Gaulden,and colored locked, was uo arrested in aunt', Mrs. Clay :Johnson: left for her You. are after. Wbl...'* Cream Vermifuge A.ber:J.:27th plcnlo ground l>lday. Beptem-. 1 '
yesterday borne at Daytona this morning.Yom has world wide
: : a reputationas
Stanford Co. !There will bs horse. .danc
C. stock seedat to a charge ol.aar..ancy racing,
Fresh garden and flower jail to answer the best of al] worm destroyers.and .
Bring 6 cent and poI and tbejKlsslmmee Drur Co. at the. next term of the eouDt.l.ooun.. Kipper, or the Passover the for its tonic Influence on weak ing, gander palling1 and other sporul ,
.. Cash Bagrgalu S""" ... most solemn of all Jewish holidays, A barbeoue dinner will be served 00. '.- i
tablet at the Mr. L. C..C okUn arrived In' town observed Mr. M. KatE, who and unthrifty children. It improve the .
O'Neal by grounds
". FoR RENT-Two eot.&ire.lD was ', . muss: to e.er,bocb. ,.,.
Mr. W. 1/. Matthews, of Orlando, Saturday and stayed over till Tuesday Jc Osborne addition-one five-room closed his store on Wednesday in observance their digestion and assimilation Of Plenty. of ice'coM lemooa*.,..,'MMr;'. 'l S '
was In town yesterday with M....Conklln who Is spendingome and. one three-room. Apply toW thereof. l.I1ell'.fooel. strengthens their nervoui water, ice cream; eta. ;"' I' ' \ ,') ""; ,
Monday >> time here the guest of Mrs. C. L, VAN DUZOR & Co. system and restores them to health A.,deputy sheriff will\W'onf dl. 'rty s
& left .
It. M. Chafer Have tried select stock of If
child.
and natural to
1' you pur vigor a you .
L. Conklln Is .. .
Mr now tray grounds .
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a., vlit. with friend. In Tampa., sling, taking orders for l loose leaf' Luther Mersbon, son' of the late Big Boston Lettuce 1C not, you ,, want a healthy. happychild /get ,a Everybody preserv.ordor 1otted.to ,,'CO.lD8cJ.. \ *, 4 ;<
Born to Mr. and Mr. W., 13MakinmQn ledgers. Judge M. L. Mershon has been spending don't know what you have *mls.ed.j bot.tle.o' \\ bl...'* Cream Vermifuge.Sold have a good time'. ,SAM BARBER., ..*.
.Thursday Beo". U.b.. the week' in town visiting the Better"send for some at once. bv ,Roberson' Pharmacy, JOHN FLOYD.,
; on White Star Laundry,-R.S. Floyd family of his aunt .Mr. A. K. Bear- KENNERLY.SEED STORE, tr,
j a son.Mr.. sit fo. Palatka, Fla. Death of an Infant: ,
Is ..,aln' .at hi*. .den.For
Earl Lupfe after lew day' Ul1 Mr. Anthony. A. Loll went up ,to S.le... a aaraaIDOne, six I The revival services now in f>ro- Catherine Clement, age one year;
1 post in the bank a Sanford last Saturday and brought room cottage and four vacant l lots In : gress at the Methodist. church will one month and, eight days, died at. Promenade Concert =
back a handsome red automobile. North Klssimmee. J. W, SEYMOUR. close Sunday night The meetings' the Lake House in this city last. Mon4 ,
ness.Mrs.. A. A. Reaves of Santord. Is The machine belongs to Mr. Barry 101'Hopkla's have resulted In several accessions to day and was burledrt, Rosehlll cemetery ... a
visiting. the family of her wan,-J. L. W. Thurman, who had it shipped byboatto Mr. J. R. Donee, manager the church and doubtless. much on Tuesday, the funeral,, arrangements :; - -- 11

Re.,... that place. It. is a 60-horse Deerparlc Stock Farm. good for the. cause of religion has being in charge of Undertaker The 'KISS MME '
ORCHESTRA
week
':Peerless runabout. brought up from that place last been accomplished. :
power J.: W ,
A useful present with every purchase 170 bead of line mutton sheep and thdinfant'daugh- '

fromfive. oenui' up, ** the Cash Fine line of watches at the Kisslinjtaee placed them In hi. Wayside pasturefor Bunt a cool shady place and slut ter The of Mr.deceased and Mrs.was .:... A., Clements, will,give' a Promenade. ... 'Concert ,-'

Store. F. H, LAWQN.. Drug Co, marketing'a little later your fall vegetable garden. If you of Bas'lnger, who brought her. hereabout in.the .

Mr*. W. J. Warlojf. of Lakeland, Mrs.':W. R. Bliiham and children, Old papers. suitable for many purposes are In doubt. as to what varieties to a month ago for medical treatment '._, ;
is Tlltln her parents. !ar. and Mr*.. of Keystone Park, near Tampa, who for sale at this. office, at 20 cent.. plant, write us and we will try to help , and who were with her when the : t
B.. M. Pfann. have 'been vl.iticgthe. family of Mr. a hundred you. We are farmers ourselves.KENNKRLY end came. Opera Qeis 6, fri'r :Sept.: 27 l': ..
L. R. Farmer, near Narooossee, returned SEED STORE.PalatkaTFla The parents are heartbroken in .. '
r.D"ID
I Bowling AU.-F ale or Mr. Elam B. Waters, formerly, I ..:" '<
home Tuesday. They were their bereavement and us to
request
Aroaala. Apply to F. U, Lawson 31-41 accompanied home by Mrs. Farmer, resident or the ,Waters & Carson The town jail this week was foufifl I extend their heartfelt thanks to the ,Commencing at'8. jCmZ, :.", ',;.' .
KUilmmee: FlaLt. who will visit them for a short time.9bity Grocery CO., died at his home at be to aocomodate live many friend who assisted them '...:... t.f =
of 1I1ar- Reynolds, Ga., on Tuesday, Sept. to inadequate ordeal., r' k. ifl'p:::::,
Cadman, during their trying
Col W. E. business !} shoes at cost, ootne quick, at 3rd. Mr. Waters wa about. eighty city prisoners. There are only two i Its't2$ Oen i '
Admission
ooosee was transaction aDD.. year old and had been in ill health cells in the jail and the prisoners consisted 'Miss Lottie. Maynard entertained a ;: Ad i ;, 'A

here' yesterday.The of scboolsupplies An orange tree will bear fruit till for some time.Remnant .' men and of throe two negro white women men two and it negro was number of her friend at. her home on Children.,.18. Cents. '.' .-, .' ,

most complete bandied Hue at UMsh 150 year old, and there are recorded sale, for cash only at Impossible to house them all without Fourteenth street, on Wednesday .. : I ," "
we have ever of trees bearing afternoon the event being a habdkerchief ", ..
l Instances orange Kat.z'.. beginning Monday Aug. 12. mixing either the races or sexes. The >',
n.ra-aID.tlt.ore. when bOO pear old. Io Malta and solved shower,,_in honor of J4iss'} :Janet:
getting
Rev F. G. Ratley now of Selma, dilemma was by permission who will be ,married sometime Ice Cream and other light Refreshments ,
reLureed Naples 16,000 orange have been Watson
: cell
... J. M. Wlllson, Jr. from the sheriff to use a .. ;
home Wednesday from New York, picked from a single tree and one In Ala., but formerly one of the in the county jail. next month,,to W.: W. ,Charles. will be on sale, and;..a; JI. -, I' 9
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the Sandwich Island wa estimatedto moat clergymen of Florida, 110..1 The event "was a most enjoyable one, '
where she spent the summer.All bear 20000. last night and will be In the city Several people have called this and Miss Watson now ha handkerchief pleasant social evening will,be enjoyed :
summer dress goods except several days. Mr. Ralley Is called week and registered their names as by the "bosbel. handkerchiefsof by.all who'attend. *; I.\
while and solid colored lawns, re- '. Straw hat at and below cost, at here ur officiate at the wedding of his I opposed to the cows running at large all kinds and descriptions, enoughto . 'otCP

need In price at KATZ'S. Danns, '. son. F. G. Halley Jr., which will on the streets at night. There can beD last her a life time.: Progressive '
-'Mr. cam UP Sheriff, :J. M.. Walker" !'roundedup" oocnr next week. He will preach tomorrow good reason why cattle should) not euchre. was indulged In, Miss Lang
from, LauablD.D'aDd'Leonard William spent a few the "new lobby" again Wednesday in the Baptist. church.: -Miami be penned and kept off the street at winning the first., and Miss Phelps the G. :Fft .KR-r- B B Sari ;
and succeeded cleaning It out Record, night, and we believe the questionwill second. Dainty refreshments. were ,
tars in town yesterday.Orlando pretty thoroughly, at least for the Tb.'Ladl Borne Jo..rn.l'Pat.t.erD.. ultimately be settled that way. served.. Those present were: Misses ATTO N.r-AT-LAW.:' ... If., '. 4 ;, g
""The ReporterStar an- .... .......t.ed. Joe Warren do not waste. unees the birth of a son to StaleKorney : Ella Copeland, Laura Hall aDd.Dot.b.r material to a full and free discussion the McLedon, Grace Phelps Hill Clyde Office ,in the1 o.Jrl'rfouseKIs- ? k' "

and Mr. Jpbn C. Jones. negro woman called Bess, Card announcing the approaching question, however, and we would. like Seymour, Lang McGahey, ,Taylorand simmee' 'Florida. A/"" .
Save along walk In the Lot sun by and placed them in,Jail on a chargeof marriage of Miss Janet Watson to to hear from both ldes, if there is .-Miami. Car.Times-Union. .. ,' ....
stopping at the Cash Bargain Store vagrancy to await the next term- .of Mr, W. W. Charles have been received any opposition. side., ELOCUTION-Instructions given in With whom will be'assoo1. .te4i"wi i I
and Notions. the County Court by friend in town. The wedding i Mr. Charles Estes of Charleston' of 'thelaw '
and Goods trial firm
get your Dry elocution oratory;dramatic reading, cause .,, ofMassev .
will in Miami Oct. 2nd.
line of Whits ShirtWaists occur on S. C., and Miss ,Harper, of posing. Special
We understand the poitoffioe will A beautiful The bride-to-be 1. the daughter of 'marri'ed character and artlstle A'WI01f.of';
the vacantoreroom at B. C. Stanford Co. this city were yesterday attention given to the techniqueof ,OrlandoV .
moved about Oct. 1st to Bon. J. W. Watsod'apd was '''reared at the M.'bodl."p.noD-re "
morning
& south of the Klsslmmee Mr. O. O. McLean left 'Monday' for io Klsslmmee, where she has a largecircle on Reed street. :II... :J.: A. Harmon .voice teaching expression.enable. My me many to Insure yearsof .

Drug-Co.orang. Bartow to close up a turpentine. dealIn of friend, bo. .will wish ,bermuch officiating The groom is a machinist rapid advancement and a "finish notattainable ,
Tb crop In this county 1* which be and associate have purchased happiness. la the railroad shop in Charleston under teacher of less exper P A,. VANS AGNEW: '

mewhat I..ter.b.D usual and shlpng a tract of ten thousand notes Queen Quality Shoe, all style, at. and the. bride 1* the daughter of ience. Primary.and advanced pupils. \,-. ... 1
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will not begin till the latter' part five miles east of Haloes City. The H. C, Stanford Co/ Mrs. Harper, who ..Ides on ,Miller solicited.-MBJ9. A.-P. WMOHT.:' "38, ATTOKHBY- AT LAww..-;-.;.).-;. I 'r'l
and Mrs. Ell, left-, [
be O. C. Mc Mr.
October. .t.11.f' the firm will I street. yesterday : .. 1-
,." Lean Co., and they expect to: begin Col. I. M. Cox the well-known tor Charleston where they will bbs Fo.*4 Relief I AND, NOTARY'PUBLIC". '| ,
Miss Sue. returned home 'r..el1na.preIleDtat.I". of the Southern . '
Watson right away, using the .Improved make their home.Warcross Even- troubled with liver 'complaint ,XISSlMMke
operations If are "
Saturday from Georgia,. where shed Express Company, estimates the Herald. The bride 1* the daughter. of you and have 'not received help ) .. i,, . FLA
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.1 been. spending the. ,,Bummer h with, boxing ..turpentineMr.MoLe odsay.. ,orange :yield for the State this year at Mr*. Lena Harper, formerly of Klsslmmee read till. Mr*. Mar/, E.'Hammond; t" -
lative and friend 65 per cent of a full crop. Col. Cox '
the of
and
they have secured an unusually fine granddaughter Moody, Texas. "I was' in poor
timber. and'thatthere ha been with the express company in Mr. B. A Matthew J'M. WJLLSON : :
ayear. \
:.W* make specialty of .our fleet body of turpentine this State for thirty-seven year and health.-with liver tro.blq--for over ; JR., :-t
number 01"building :good andI *
also a Doctors did me mo -f
are .
d and all. them. '
been close observer of the
user praise has a orange '
." KJ:1QQIu.1f: SDI: 8TOBB, there ....d'ol' occupancy'. the party I crowing' ludustry,'which give' Six: room bouse' and two lots in ,, tried He..bID..D4 three bottle ('NOTARY PUBLIC..'*. '1'. "
Palatka. Fla.aTh. from whom they bougblhaviDiSrecteqbuUdinRs hi estimate of the a''...rna.dfaJ good location.Sous' insured for cured me. leant say too much for ., STAT :"
: crop ,1--1\ : .AT LA"G..F- .
; with view to turpen It Is wonderful p"'l'l
a a ;
$800.00.Two Herbloe, as r
the three S7SO.OO 'Price
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of.... Ia,. (C'( years-for ',' '
Hey. David D. Kldd will hold sifting the place themselves.For I .. .<< ? rood building lot, splendid medicine. I always hay f U' in the Real Agent. .

rvtoe d.*...in the Episcopal '' church i on Sal* or Rent....;Six room" toot-' I Dwellings., for, rent".,... ..apply.. to M. location. Price MOD. For particular. ben....'' Publish where you' 'wish.. "" 'K1S3IMMEE.. ,... :LOJUDA.: .',ikNt. \ a
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f BY ROAD" THIEF LETTED CAUGHT. "PARIS WOMEN, ENRAGED. EMPBESSJF SEAS MRS. BLAIR GUILTY.' NEW-SPECIES., ,-

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Embezzler Spent'IllQotten Brown''Zebras and Black-Lined Ante.|
Loot, \ en Thousands'Parade City's Streets In Wonian.Who. Shot, and Killed. Husband lopes Seen In Africa.Intimation .

the Central' Wants Governo), Negro Woman -Prepared t. Commit Demonstration Against' Fiend Who Is. Mighty Steamer tusitania Convicted With Recommendation I I 1'-': .

Suicide, But Lost Nerve, Was Saved Guillotine. concerning two new
from 'to :
,*, "or the Mercy. /
Made tunard Line. species of animals Indigenous o.Af-
a Party to Suit --..... ,
f. -, \rlca,, has been conveyed Europe. byi!
--t Charles" K. Letten. chief clerk In the The rl.lng. indignation of the ALL Mrs. Ethel W. Blair; charged with Mr. J. B. Speares,, who hal, beeDj;
RECORDS
offlce of the first district! SMAHED spending several months' In trapping
tax collector French masses against the "
the murder, of .
PRESENTS escape her ,husband. M V.
AN AMENDMENT In New Orleans who from ) and bunting big game In Portugese
disappeareda the gtrlllotine! of Solelllant, 3Iair,, a. conductor on the Columbia. Cast Africa In tne region surrdund-i, j
few days ago leaving a shortage, known 'as the "monstrou."violator In Transit,. Time Between New York ,-,.,,br'rY and Lauren r lr6ad., In. ,log Lake Nangadl and the Rovum. '

4'A. "atCas. !Is Celled In 'Federal Court of over one hundred thousand dollars, and murderer: ,", 'whose sentence to and English Port.CIamopo.iWI.. January last, was convicted of manslaughter j RITer. One of these refers to a new'': ,.

_!L -at Atlanta and, )I. Po.tponedby 1 was discovered and arrested -Thursday deathor/ the atrocious S' murderer I come, Given Great, Liner. type ot sebra a whol. herd of which, .
ota jn! Columbia, S.: C., with a J the hunter observed near by, but a
aite
r .Jud Newman to October 'nooo-wll standing on the bank 12-year-old by the Gothamltes.
girl, was commuted last recommendation to, mercy. specimen of which he failed to secure.
1" i 7th for Hearing. 'I' pf the Mississippi river attempting to week by President Falliere's to life Inasmuch as the verdict was not I. .M-nny! : members. of this herd were
summon up courage enough to Jump I marked differently to the prevailing ,
The cult of tb;Central of Georgia in the water and commit suicide.. He Imprisonment) was..expressed In Par!. A new steamboat' tecord b'tw ,en : reached until noon Sunday sentencewas type ef this animal, the heads and' ,',

railway In the district court of the said be had started toward tbe water Sunday- In a 'series of the most curious a European port.. "n4 New York was postponed: uecka. being brown, while the hind
several .. public manifestations that have made by the Cunard line's quarterswore' striped In the conventional
times but each time his courage new giant Mrs.
United
i States* at Atlanta, for' a mandatory Blair who Is about thirty years
failed bliu. He made occurred in France for a long turbine manner peculiar to this quad.
full .hl -'the
a con time. Lusltanla
InJuncUon ..against, tbe state The demonstration "which I of. age, andth& inotbar, of two children : ruped. When the lI.tlTes"w.re questioned .
I railroad i commission the attorney fession. that several deiolte. the fact arrived In' Now York Friday morn. 'is an tmsually handsome Woman upon the point they) asserted.
Letton arreatswere ''
said when carried before made,
& general. and the special attorney to was' that they were a variety of zebra,
the com'Data.loD. wasicalled, before the inspector of police' and the grand almost entirely ordarely. Many women ing.The I and stood 'well In the community.When but that they were becoming very

Judge William T. Newman Monday Jury that he had spent the greaterpart" participated. 'The protest was organ Lusltanla! left Queenstown, the Mr .Blair was brought into scarce: "Although'the hunter pursuel', :

morning, The plaintiff filed' an of the money lie l fiad taken on u ized not so much against Solelllant ,nearest trans-Atlantis$ port to New 'tba court room there were no visible the herd for several miles, owing: to
wqmin, who lives In handsomely as to express the voice of the signs of the ordeal that she their agility aDd he
amendment to their original petition negro a populaceagainst York at 12MO: a.- m., Sunday.- and has passed timidity' was tin'
_. seeking, to make Governor Hoke Smith famished house In the old the wave of unspeakable arrived at the Sandy Hook through, but, on bearing the verdict. able to approach them- clo.llly. Upon'
lightsulp
French' of the city and who crime. committed on little sbe fainted'and had 'to be another occasion' however, he was
.. a party to the suit, quarter girls which at 8:05: a. 'in.. Friday, lifted front
making
the,,
The Is said to have bought considerable 'lately has Increased to an alarming time for the the court room. more' fortunate and secured a closer". .
commission Attorney General trip five days ?
one hour view of the animal. "resembles thezebra
quantities of real estate. .> Letten aa'athe 'degree and which. It I. feared. ''the 'Within-an hour after f the
Hart and Special 'J and thirty-three minutes. verdict ,
Attorney limes filed in hans. but the head, neck.
greater!! part of the he had commutation of the sentence Mrs., flair bad recovered sufficiently '
money of Sole-
\ demurrer .to the original l petition This is five hours and fifty minutes forelegs. and fore half of tbe body
given her bad been Invested In realty; Illant will only stimulate.! to be taken to the county Jail.
fitting up that they cannot legally better than the, previous Queenstown- 'were quite dark brown In color the
be made defendants to the proceeding. only a comparatively small amount; Several thousand persons were' engaged New York record of five days On the 16th of last January McCul- hind part of the body. Including the, j

The ,railroad ,contends that. It* amendment being; devoted to her living expenses, demonstrations. at various hours and twenty-three minutes seven held Icy W. Blair, conductor on tbe road legs being stripod. He also discovered .
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will meet the objection. and keeping up the house Jin which' points of the city and especially largo by the Lucania of the same line. between Columbia) and Lauren", was peculiar type of antelope similar ,- '

After bearing arguments''on all of'' she lived was the crowd in the /Place Saint While the Lusitania has made shot to death, at his home on Marion in slxe and shape to the Boer roe '
c the legal According to latest: estimate made Ambrolse, near which lived little Mar--- a new street In Columbia. The'fatal'wound. buck or Impala, the distinctive difference
point* Involved. Judge Ne'll"m.n record for the
: withheld his as to Cet ten's shortage he was About th'a Eberdlng tho victim of Solell time a passenger Ms 'it was charged ", a. Inflicted by 111 re. trains a black line down the, :"
decision and postponed his lant. The actually' on board ship she has not i Blair. centre of the back and on either hinddown !' 'II IJ
the $107,000 short In accounts when. rage of the women of the
further
bearing of the caseuntil beaten the average speed hour !leg to the foot. When the animal .
Monday. October -when he he dlsappeaied.! In the meantime be district has been great since President per Columbia was thoroughly shockedby Is (
7. will recorded by the Kaiser Wllhelm startled It Immediately taken
4'. render a decision on the demurrers said be bad been hiding .in the weeds Fallleres showed clemency to 'which has made 23.58 knots hour II. this groat tragedy. At the Inquisition to'tI\c.t\ the initial leap being fully ,"

fled by the state and decide upon the along the river while the police of Solelllant. They assembled Sunday frcm New York to Plymouth per made by the coroner there was ten feet through the air. This species
admission of the railroad' amend. half a dozen southern cities were care afternoon with their husbands and Deutchland with and tin startling evidence and the wire of the of antelope I I. essentially gregarious, tOJ 1

: menL Judge Newman's order Is a* fully watching every train and steam other of the sympathizers and were knots s> record of' 23.51 deceased was placed under arrest A being' found In herds ranging from II
hour to
per
? ..followsin' : boat. augmented in numbers by crowds of Plymouth, having term of court has' intervened but Interest ten to fifty In number. and I. exWiM < I,
Virginia Reed the / in the curious Their made the latter time. The."LuaItanlai has been none, the Ct>e4IDI'Ir: and ..lU.Ir! : enaar... o
the circuit court or the united negress I persons. orderly cries less flagging ...
States for the northern district of case was at once arrested and held for justice were quickly changed to speed per hour on her malj
Georgia-Central of Georgia Hallway as a witness.. An attempt will) be cries of "death to Solelllant" and hour.Is estimated at ? ,01 knots per mint of' the people of the state. I f ctly species b<-rnle.of.. aCouf buck{ a which* large Is as per.a h,

Company vs. S. Q. McLendon; H. Warmer .. made to indict her as a principal "'down with Fallleres," as the procession The Captain Blair was S3 years of age. steenbuck and t
possessing
brilliant
ship a
new was decked '
J.I Hill et aU, railroad omml..lon-. the defalcation. Her will), a copy of led by a woman who carried a and with flags his ", ''f, 30, He was a victim of a' rod coat.-Scientific American. ,
bunting when
she made her
ers; the Railroad Commission. of which was obtained bowed that she little girl on her shoulders, with the pearance off ap terrible disease. of the stomach which t
Sandy Hook
,r .Georgia, John C. Hart. Attorney: General had made provision to give nluch of purpose of indicating the object of morning her four big red Friday. required constant medical'' treatment. Grow Lettuce at Dinner. 41

of Georgia and J. K. Mines. Special the stolen money to a church and to manifestation mod 'toward the Placede color to the funnels lending There was apparently no affinity between "\"e.,** sail. a florist, "I 1 ran work "

Attorney to Railroad Commission an orphanage. Letten had only 83: la Republlque. Soon the streets picture which was the two. The homicide presented miracles in ray business. For Instance, 'Jb

,of Georgia-In Equity: cent In his possession when arrested. were choked by avast mob and the marred by the prevailing ha% many points of Interest not I ran grow you lettuce while you wait Jd
". police A good sight of the beautiful vessel'was alone from the criminal -. crUi lettuce that you may
"Tup cause came on tnis day, on a reserves were called out to disperse side but from f;
,. rule to' show cause why injunction MILLIONAIRE GOES DAFT. It. The paarde however, as- had from shore for only a short the pvycbologlcal. Evidence submitted I pat for your dinner with the bronetl l
while. Her passengers lined the spring. chicken.
Ute sembled rail shows that Mrs. Blair afe
pendente should not Issue against again and several of the appreciated ,
log.* .and crowded the different decks "I 1 do it in this way. I take a handful .
the defendants to the original bill a. Noted Prisoner In Atlanta' Pen Sent more violent demonstrators were ar the lack of affinity between herself I of lettuce 4. fett
of the large vessel seeds that have been
therein prayed for. The complainants to' the Government Asylum. rested. and American waving handkerchiefs and her husband. Three brothers soaked over night in alcohol, and I .'

'presented two amendments to their Louis A. Oourdaln. die millionaire The newspapers ot Paris are devoting and British married three sisters and two of the plant them In a bok containing three 4 I I
flags. The
marine
1 bill and, the defendants presented a wbo,lived tor a while In New Orleans great "space to the Solelllant case. observatory stationson others met death by violence. I inches of loam and quicklime. I water 8II'

demurrer' 'It ,I.: * and then In Chicago. but more"recent- Mauy of them loudly condemn the shore dipped their flags In salute In the moat sensational trial of the I this soil, and in ten minutes the seeds I.'
ly Inmate ot the 'federal In failure other vessels In the lower bay blew year only a da r I burst. In minutes ..
"Ordered That the bearing be postponed an prison of President Falllleres to )'(". was required. The I twenty tiny I leaves
h until Monday October 7, 1907 Atlanta. was sent from the latter Institution 'mlt the law to take its course and their whistles In greeting and theLusltanla's jury in the ease assisted very materially push- through the earth. The leaves da

-ait 10 oclocka. m.; at.which time the Thursday to the government all of them agree that the commuta- blue ensign was constantly by denying: Itself of several I I gray and multiply In an hour, they dte

y court will'determine whether 'or, not asylum for the Insane in 'Washington. tatlon of this sentence Dignities, the lowered and raised again In acknowledgment privilege arc as big as half-dollars.. Then you tey''

Hon. Hoke Bmltb,,.ovemor of Geor. Accompanying Gourdaln was passing for ever of the guillotine from of the reception given her. ,. The prosecution produced no evidence I| may pluck and eat them. They are'delicious tIal
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a fairy salad.
..k gla, can and! should be made a party John Peterson who also became Insane France. Some of the journals express the She steamed slowly up the bay for to prove the Infidelity of the "Sometimes when I gina dinner ..

defendant to this cause, and whether while In the.Atlanta federal pris the opinion that the escape of new Ambrose channel, dug especially wife although there were party. I have one of these little pre .'

or l not Injunction pendente lite shall on. Peterson was serving a sentence Solelllant from the guillotine only for vessels of great draft and In the testimony. And pared lettuce beds in the renter of the ",

I Hue aaglnat him: and the other defendants for robbing the United'States mails. places premium on crime. which she will be the, first to use I hand. the defense's tnllnuatJon'l table. The guests see the lettuce aly.

: I; a. prayed in the bill. I They made the trip to Washington The entire question of crime will (in entering the port of New York. I dlcted contradicted nearly I grow and when the time conies, fog ". "'tl1jit
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"In open court> this, 1611} day ofgeptemb under the guard of a company of federal be taken up at the approaching ses While the giant Cunarder swept up to which they had testified-at the Inquest fhe salad course, there Is .their.-v2Mi .

r., 1907rw officers headed 'by Deputy Marshal sion-of parliament, especially as Paris the bay, she was given a clamorous) f blooming before them, ajr feiady for :

T, NEWM N, U. S.,, Judge." Rinard and. other large cities are becoming greeting by an Immense fleet oj'I Mrs. Blair who was not 9 required to them to -J pluck.-New:... York. Press, at1

'The action of the Central In attempting Louis A.. Gourdaln was a few yean alarmingly Infested with another-jj-pe'; .steam crafts' which bad congregate ,I make any statement at the Inquejt ,I"| t1al

f.- vif ,to, make-.the"governor a party ago tried on the' charge of using the I of criminal known. "the apache" off the Quarantine ,station. to await but nevertheless\ made at. that' timea' Witntss Knew New York. \,

: to the suit caused surprise as, It United States malls for fraudulent pur who In the secluded stations, almost her arrivaL J declaration whlo.h: she 'contradicted : The' witness was beginning to weaken - 1pi 1

; 'A- Sias heretofore been'belleved that the poses. While his case was hanging firs dally maim and rob and sometimes Nearly every on. of the yachts, towboats In ee'versl particulars, declared under the fierce rrossexamlna- .

.: &ovruorof, a stat'e could not be 'sued., he came Into sudden fame by his ,d. murder their vlcltlnis. Their weapons I and other steamers was crowd that she hsd no recollection of some tlon of the plantlff's lawyer, Twice
he
The eleventh, amendment .to\ tse/ted. laration that he ,would use',a part of always are knives, and gathering In with passengers/ well supplied with& details of her statement' on the night had told hi. story" through without $ dlU..
contradicting himself ,
.ral constitution provides that no state his great wealth In the erection of.a bands, they 'often wantonly stab pedestrlans -. horns and other ziolse'makingdevtces' ,' of : the killing. ,Mrs! Neal;' 1 another' 1the'details..' ,*The.,,case was,! 'In a any;W'1'damages ,of g '11',

"' can, be sued, 'and the. United States private prison If the United States did and frequently,policemen merely and at times even 'the steamships very Important witness in the .case, against a street railway null for: t1e,

supreme court ha. frequently (held not provide him with one. for the sake of stabbing. 'were almost drowned by: the toots and denied some statements she had made Injuries received in an accident. ; all
f that a'governor' In his'Official A short Ume afterwards he cheers. at the Inquest. "Are familiar tb'WI
capac was sentenced M. Touny, director of the Paris police you with the locality'
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ity cann9tb4: made:'a, party. ; tl), a'stIlt. ( and sent to prison 'a few <: declared that his force WAS en-, The Lusltanla presented a magnificent Since the killing Mrs. Blair had of the accident?" snapped the' law. I{('

., .I" months ago, being transferred to the tlrely Insufficient to cope with the picture as she slowly dre-Y up at been out on bond. The trial was delayed ::7er. ,;20r.
Atlanta federal prison. situation. He recommended the adoo- -the quarantine. for some hours at the beginning Yes.J. replied the witness/ showing .

; GOADED BY MONEY'SHARKS. tlon of corporal' punishment for- lawbreakers Her keen high bow beautifully symmetrical on account of five state witnesses being - "Tell signs the or raugue. ' i ii aa&CJ
jury what ii
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business
:-- VALUE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY as an offset to comfortableand lines and finely modeled absent. stand on the four' places i thbe

Chicago. Clerk Attempts to Murder, inviting', prisons.PREPARING stern marked her a truly grey-hound. Bench warrants were Issued for avenue and Fiftieth corners street." of. Ninth 1
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.;.;: and Rob. Diamond Broker., In State of. Georgia Fixed by Board of The first sight of New York which them and Judge Johnstone directed The witness fidgeted. 4I

'John ,iWMiller) a railroad clerk Arbitration at $18,539.338. FOR IMMIGRANTS. the passengers on the big steamer that these and all other witnesses In "Pour liquor stores," he Vf'' tured. '"4'

held in Chicago: on the charge of at, The yalue of the Southern system gained was one of welcome. From the the future Ignoring their bonds be The lawyer: looked blank, for the ,

tempting''to kill and'rob Edgar C. I In Georgia has been placed at $$18,539 Savannah 'City Council Will Watch highest point' of the towering Singer arrested and held 'In jail until they witness, who was familiar with New .

-, Cramb. diamond broker, has con.. (36 by the board of arbitration composed After Austrian Newcomers. building on Broadway, the tallest have testified regardless of who they York City In general had guessed '

teseed the crIme: of lion. Roland .Ellis, representing A committee from the Savannah building on Broadway, there bad been are... right.-Washington Post

: 'i! >nP' eratlon. caused by the hounding the road; Commissioner Stevens, city council Is busily engaged in making strung -series of signal flags whichIn Captain Buck Arms, a conductoron

'of a horde- of loan sharks, was representing the state and Judge Miller preparations for the Immigrants the marine code spelled "welcome." I the Sotuhern railway between "'It WISDOM Is just OF EXPERU XCE. ,

sjlren by: Miller as the reason for a* umpire.., that are expected to reach-the ,city The fluttering greeting was 600 feet Charlotte and Washington, was ODor as it is to raise as easy a dog to raise" a child ,

the crime, for which he may hang. From this award Commissioner Stevens . next month from Trieste Austria. above Manhattan's greater thoroughfare the principal witnesses In the trial. thoughtful thinker said the

:'Ia Ida statement he tells of the man- dissented, claiming that It was* There will be about 170 In the party, and could be seen far down the Arm. was a close friend to Captain "Yes." returned the father of a way. "

iner In-: which' he lured Crumb In the tOo low. The figures were $3,653,383' They will be distributed throughout bay. and Mrs. Elalr! and It was alleged' :ward son "but It Isn't always as:

,: ..X 'flat for the deliberate purpose of attacking .- over the returns of the company and Georgia. Many of them It '1. thought 1 For the past three years every cme ,I that there were Improper relations I j proOta .."-Chicago News.
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and robbing him. Crumb was. 17,960,664 under what the comptroller will elect to go to th<* plantations, as Interested In shipping has been, between the two.

badly beaten tip and. may die. gIIOADSEL.L8'REBATE bad assessed the proper y.. they are of'a class that has been ..watching the express steamers building The case went to the jury late Saturday FOUND OUT.X .

for the Cunard Line. Ever since night. .
largely devoted to .agriculture. Trained
: .. Nurse Made '
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TICKETS.! GEORGIA TAXABLE VALUES. the pioneer "Brltt*nla." with her 1,1(4 I Discovery ..
tons and a speed of 8 1-2 knots, made ASSISTANCE FOR STRIKERS. I '
Plan APOLOGY. IS DUE GAYNOR. { No one Is In better position to
i of J Lind :
N. M'Technically Com- Totals' In Round Figure SixHundred her Initial voyage In 1840, this company know the value of food and drink '

I. :. x ply with New.r
The 'Louisville,* .,. and 'Nashville rall- With the award, Friday afternoon News Report, new conception outdoing the previousone Labor. In Behalf., of ''Telegraphers., Wllkes Speaking Barre of coffee a nurse of "
: :noadIn fixing the value of the Seaboard John F, Gaynor and his until in the Lusltanla launched Pa., writes: "I used to
seeking to All attending As result
!; \comply with yie June a -of a 'recent conference drink strong, coffee myself ,
and
system 7. 1906, the very acme of marine suf
: Ijlne In Georgia 'at officers who returned to the Macon'Jail
_ _ 4, ;nIeIu! 3.J-2 cent. ;passenger r.te. law In {80, the arbltr.Uon.'on $12,551, Thursday morning from Indian architecture was reached. President Oompers ,of the American digestion.-fered greatly from headaches, and In ,
corporate While
.Mabais. has ,begun; the sale property The' dlmen.lon. Federation of Labor Issue on a visit to my, ,' '
of ticket in Georgia came-to- all''eDd, tnd Spring entered a protest against the of this mammoth wfll an appeal brothers' I bad a good chance to try "
_ '!"'1t.hlnthe state wjth coupons ,at-. the taxable values .In the.tate totaled news report that"Oaynor had asked ship convey but vaguely her site. ,for aid for the striking telegraph' Postum Food Coffee for they drank I II

'Cached, which enUtle ,the passenger to In round numbers $692,000,000() oian for a sea trip In addition :to the' liberties the figures are as follows f Length operators. "It will be," said Mr. Oom- It altogether In place of ordinary cot, ,
; 11.' .rebate ,ot ,half a ,cent 790 feet Jbreadth, 68 feet depth', fee.: In, two week after
a. mile In Increase of $65,000.000'over last already' extended,,him by the ; ; per "a, general request to organized turn I using Posi ./
.*mae, the suit'which the railroad i has -)'ear'. total ".''uaUon..*' United'' States court of appeals. 'The (moulded),J50 feet; gross tonnage 32. and found I was much benefited*

"i jbronght against"the state railroad commission Ot this sum the corporation return officers and the prisoner are all offended COO tons; displacement) tonnage, 43,* labo for assistance both financial and 'and also finally the my headaches disappeared

to prevent'the enforcement of 'yielded an Increase of $25,000,000,, anil 41 and were,'' emphatic In ,their. 000 tons, load draught. 37 feet '6 moral .la accordance with the pledge "Naturally Indigestion I have since

_ ._ the new': 1aI.. 1 Is 'decIded, against It. the taxable property as Is Indicated denial. '' Inches; height ,of funnels, 14 feet; mad at the recent meeting of the executive -' tum among my patients, and used have Pos. '

; In 'the county digests 'was about $40, height: of masts/ 21$ feet: councilof! the federation.." ticed a marked benefit where coffee no.' .

f OR. CRIME. :'OP',ANOTHER 000000. PHONE COMPANY PROTESTS.Goes .. has"I been ,left off and Postum used. '" ,

p "V. v. ..-::- :-" J NEWSPAPER OF DYNAMITED, DEADLY PLUNGE FOR DAGOES. observed curious fact about, .
4 Innocent Man, Has Served :Thirteen WOMAN LLa' F'EET.Professional .,...--, ., Postum when' used,among moth,,,,, .'
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; i zooo ,to ,Court of Appeals to Be R. It greatly help.! the flow
r of
; In California Pen. Republican Sheet' Was Engaged In 'Six'Italians In i Panlo milk.In
/ Years '-. of Fright, JumpHeadlong'.lnto >cases where coffee
i.
relieved of Regulations.The ( Inclined to dry J
',11 .After';having served :.yrteen 'years'la 1 ia.lloonl.t.. 'Hurled'to f D.nounclng. I City" .Octal*., , River It.' up,'and where. ,tea cause, nervous- ,
_, the California penitentiary.. baa D.ath.In. VIew' tlf S400 People. Cumberland Telephone and: Dynamite: Friday night, wrecked Panic-stricken: ,when a .coal barge, ness, -*' 'I ,

I ,",.:dsrreloped that' '\V1I1 am ,Evans, ;:one Mrs. Carrie Meyers' 93 'years' old, Telegraph, company has sought 'ell.r the'press room' 'and 'compO. nc'room In Jwhlca: they >were, trying- cross : "I find, trouble ii' &etuDe servantsk"
to ;
i,$.ft. ofthe'convicts.! Is) 'al1' Innocent man of Springfield,,. Mass'': ;a professional' 1 of Judge-David D.' Shelby of the United Of the',Joplin' News-Herald aa, afternoon -' 'tbe.A\leeheny'.rlver.\ began to sink,,six Jpo.t make Po.tilm prop.rly. They. k I

1 ""ProoffcoaUIve: that; he _did pot commit balloonist fell from a/parachute' t> tate'. court 'of.Ipsoa'ls, at: Hunt! republican :newspaper at Jojlln, Italian .workmen employed by. theIravo bean boiled alwayseiy.'it lone enonkh befora1t r h. I .

L '-'tfce/crUne for'W'blCh'beWs., sentenced 000' feet above the fair ground 'at ,ulie. Al** from th. alleged conflscav\ Mo.: 'wMchhas been'couductlog a,'era-:; Co .truetlnli' company: on 'the. be bolted U to SO ," It' .hoUl\\ ."/

r'l; now" 1n 'Uae hands' of the'proper Olean. N.;Y:, Saturday and was-dash: tory regulaUon"pr.scrIbe4: 'by the sade against the ,cU7"coanclt; and police ) United' States, 'government,. 'dam at"Asplnwall. lug begins and "mlnut.safter"ed. With, boll..' \.
-,'*. "..thol1 eL 'The chargw was burglary"".' ed .to death la view of 8,000 'persons- Louisiana 'railroad mm1aa1on.I' :4 artmeut. Pa..,,.jumped Into the :rj'ier.. when U I. eertalDIY.a delicious cream b.,... ... Ii
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. : XCITCI1rNT: ; 1 j'N LL. r iT. -- ."'t.:c.NI"IIrfac" ""' -". ... ., r- .
'SEI: Z BKRTXAGK ,OP CIVIL WAR. ; '
\ ;, ; s; r:"' t>einaaela, log, iaya of a "

.I.III Thousands ,of.Soldiers. Contracted Southern cotte...a*wealthy-merchant :I :MEN ADMIREI'a : : :

> .' ". ,,Cbrtnlc'Kidney T called upon the president to 8&1;that ..
'rtIable.WbUe he had provided In his will for a rather ,,'
pretty face, 'a good "bat--,
, a'r fifrnrv,
'fa the" Service.. handsome bequest to..the1 college lobe or .later learn, ttiat'tne1 :ti
. ,' r r ''The. experience ot Capt. John L. Ely; paid after the death of himself and .. .' .aIyW' contented. woman t .I ,
of Co. E, 17th Ohio, now living at COO 1 his wit. The president was overjoyed la'.moat of I be admired.Women '

East Second St.. Newten; Kansas, i .mad asked permission to announce the tro.bed'with' t&llltIDC"p ,
gift, la the city This requestwas 11a.Irrenlaritlee. nervous Irrlt.a.blllty'ba.eTrach. *
I' paper.,
will Interest th.'thou;, .,' the"' "blnea," and '
sands of veteranswhot, granted on condition that the doc. t these dreadful dragging sensations,
came back .from the .tor's name should not be mentioned. eaanot hope to be happy popular,
Civil War Buffering tor- Accordingly the''president wrote 'a ,and advancement" either. borne,'
i withkldnereoni- eulogistic notice' of th. donation and business or social life la Imll Mlble. tl

plaint Capt. Kly:: : says: hurried to the newspaper office. In The cause of these troubles, how'evertyfeldegotcklytoLydialC.Pink.
""I''contracted kidney his haste'ne neglected\ to give his Itema' -
trouble during' the Civil jLltleThe,edttor; harried'and; worried ham Vegetable Compound made,
from native root and b.rbss It acts
i |.Warandtheoccasionalattack. ,' 'absently1 clapped on- the flrat at once .upon the 0".flileted and '
flaaUy
.. 'oped' Into a'' chronic.cull. words that came to his mind:.*and- the- I toally' -distressingaympg: . .' .J
U'1 .1 At 'one time I had to use a the following caption: toms. No. other medieiae In the country has received such unqualifiedIndorsement
'1.1 at>% f i 1 tr crutch and .cane to .get about., My -Two:Pair of Shoes'to :Walt.For."..-.I or baa such a record of acres of female ills as,ha

back was lame and weak and besides- Harper's Weekly. '
'the achlac.i, there was a distressing F Lydia E. Pinkham'sYeget'td I Compound

"i 1 I Iortil retention of the kidney secretions. I TERRIBLE .Miss Emma Jtul1taI.r'ofcsst; State St..Sobonectady, N. Y., writeet-*
was In a bad way when I began using THE TRUSTS; "For a, long time I wa troubled with a> weakness which aeemed to d
( Doan's Kidney Pills In 1901,'but the Josh, M. A. Long: "I tell you trusts drain all my strength'away.' I had dull headaches, wee nervous.

: remedy cured me, and I have bee. i are getting to be. terrible thing In Irritable and all worn oat. Chancing to read one of :yor: advertisements
well ever since." thii''COUll try." of a' ease similar to mine cured by Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable

.- I rSold by all dealers. 60 cents a bos. Ooett, Dunn; "Sure, thing.. Why.there'a Compound I decided to try It and I cannot express my gratltnde for the
.IIYIV'c&rtooD "
I benefit reeelTed. I am entirely well and feel like a new
person.
horrible
that trOirthat: SUnn-
drawn Foster. -MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. ;T. Lydia B. Plnlcham'a Is ssce.ssfulremedy
by Dsrepport for the New York Evening :mai]. 1 has formed. Jt'a outrageous.He Vegetable Compound the moat
em for&11101'11III'of Female ,Complaints, Weak Back. 'Falling and {
YASTrICHES PICTURE FOEK. won't cell a single ahare of- It. -Florida . Inflammation and ,Uloeratlon. and U invaluableparing In 11"
IN : PAPER
THIS YEAR'S CROPS Times-Union.
for.childbirth and the Change of Life. r
Oh picture folk are strange;
paper
__. ' ,M> PlnkharnVStnhdlnff Invitation to Women
M.S>BSIISBSBBBBBB. O Th.y-haVe: such big routs eyes! .. _.
farmers Getting More !Dollars For Jill They Have to Sell Therefore Are Somehow; their ages never changeAs NOT THE SAME."How's Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
and ,. time so swiftly ties the weather out your wayf promptly communicate with Mrs. Plnkham, at Lynn,'Mass, Her advice
In Better Condition Than. Any Other Class of Consumers.: :They,hate peculiar twisty legs "We are sleeping tinder la free and always' helpful. .

And feet of monstrous shape, "Don't-spring that old. blanket yarn

Washington, D. C. Secretary1 I of early summer that the long cold' And fingers Just like.wooden pegs. on me!" .
:Agriculture 'VI bon,' who base just.re spring would" bring disaster to the And hair that hangs like tape ."Under difficulties, my boy."-Louis* One of thenewest domestic conveniences A1ALSBY, COMPANY 'j

turned from a trip extending to the crops, it is now assured that nature Or else the girls, are weirdly, fair vllle CourierJournal.manrintly 1 ts a Jointed clothes prop which '.. ..JrOBI'n'W g ATLAIITa, 0A.
Pacific Coast, can see nothing but a once more will bless this country Of wondrous tiny girth,' fold; up for convenience In storing 1
continuance of good-times. with abundant harvests it Is true With fUCtintlng, superabundant hair' fZ'1'Q VIIua'D.a08N"I'VOoII Dleesee per away. '
"The people of the West." he said, that-the phenomenal yield of co.'n and cared by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
.'are not fearful of a panic or of'hard wheat last year may not be quite Lfke'creatures' not of earth, Restorer, O trial bottle and treatise free. WATCH THE
And men of geometric style Or. U. R. RUDe,Ld.,881 Arch St..Phlla. Pa. 6r
times. The West Is ,
prosperous. equalled but it is also true that the, .
There Is plenty of money. In fact, I output will-exceed the average of recent For poses primly strive, FORTUNATE. BUGt : "'"
have reason; to believe' that the West )years and at the same time the Although they often make me smile, '"1 aald { n
the
long-haired
"am
Is loaning.money to the East Insteadof increase the value of farm products I'sn.glad they're not aJlve"WalblDI'toI1* i m&D.. '
the East to the West And this is Is likely to far more than offset the Star, wedded to my art.
being done at Rood rates of interest. decline In the aggregate yield. "How fortunate," replied Hiss Cayenne
The people of th. West are not worrying There may be a decrease In wheatof "You can at' Jeut get your dl- uiMM1 ,rl
over. Wall Street and It. trou- possibly 75,000,000 bushels but THREE OYS HAD ECZEMA. voroe without filling the newspaperswith
bles., They scarcely know that such with the price more than twenty cents gosalp.-rWashington Star., I..r
troubles exist, save ns they read of a bushel above the correspondingtime Were Treated at Ulapen'.I7-Dic1 h w4I _tb..l..m..J ...t..l .t ee.ter r
them In the newspapers. The rest of last year there ought to be a Not Improve-Suffered 5 Months .- L._ I.waM I.. 11 I. .'
the country Is no longer dependenton net increase of $76.000,000 to $100.- C.an'reel t..lyl.n. w..l..mr..u.f
Wall Street 000,000 In the valuo Of the wheat -Perfect Cure by Cntlcura I..4 ,.i.l. i. tY. r..1'.w, ,fessfscnm f a*tW Puta a) U Cast IIMAC'H'INERY '

"Grain crops generally will he cropover that of 1900. With an Increase "lIT three childrer bad eczema for ti emouth. 3.d h. t.l..d 6q LL.mI..
good with the exception ct oat. in-tho )price.of corn and cotton, ./ A little sore would appear on tbs ATLAlrr BDOOT COiATLAHTA 1
'There will be a good corn crop, not.a the falling oft In these crops likewise bead and seemed very itchy increasing OA. AND SUPPLIES.
bumper crop but a good one, If frosts doubtless will be offset by their higher day after day. The baby had had it abeut ..........-W Tn.tl..d-- .
do not come too early. Prices for values. Thus the farmers of the a week when the second boy took the dts> ........, .... Sow MUM o.4 Grim MUta WooS rarklM ... _.,
farm products and for stocks are high country are once more blessed with a ease and a few sores dtveiopsd then the S.p tMI.g .......... I.UUI MaokloMT. Oo.>l.H I lloo oMrto* UWrtfeo I
and the farmers are making money." vast Income-an Income so great as third boy took it. For tbs first three P&.e all year .' M..teI..Ynts. ASSroM all oo.Mla _
... > .l to AUoMo. Oo. Wo IkM Bo,owmoottoB* s
Farmers are Retting: more money I compared with five or six: years ago' months I took them to the 'N- D ep n.sary 1'17 yr SieleCeatre ._. ".. "*-.
for their grains this year than In any that It Is difficult to comprehend the but they did not seem to improve. ,V'mCKS .Atlas .
former year and the shortage of the I magnitude of the gain. The value of Then used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura "" Engines
yield In bushels Is being made up by.: farm products in different years has Ointment and in a few weeks 'they had V "='e .lllmaPQ CUM3EBUND-EYERBEARIH6
the advance la prices. A banker from been as follows: improved sod when their heads were well rra.... LARa STOCK! 1BOT .KKOOKD
South Dakota, who has been In that' Yt-ars. you could see nothing of the sorw. Mr.. I 1M........ ai, ..k.IOc, :. : AT LOMBARD APRIL 20 'TO 'JULY 4TH.. 1 1Y
section for years, while in Chicago lem.h t12.000oon! Kate Keim. SIS West 29th St., New. York Or ...w..... -t..d- w__. rissAv, Midus i.< lulu Wait iri fctplj' ****
last week, this IR90. ...... ....;........... ... 2,4 11OOO.oon N. Y., Nor 1, 3, and 7. 1908." AU ...
m.de. statement: 111110........... ............... .,.i'17.fIOonllIO. (( <) I AUGUSTA GA. J
"Banks In South Dakota have larger: . ,415,0.(>00
deposits than they have ever held 1000 ...?.. ....., e,79&.oflo.(100 and farmers are getting more dollars 1007 (titintxtwl).<. 7,000,000,000The febbls Later .
for what they have to sell than led' any Increase In the last seven years The occurrence-In. THE FISH BRAND SLICKER LIghISAW MILLS ,
year on record. Last year at this of $2.283,000,000 ia-a gain of tsearly connection with '
time they aold their wheat at aid,. toalityfire fifty per cent in that time. This the, remains of Pleslosaurlan reptilesof ,w, \\ Is tM-.an who' LATH snrsoleft'aw '
'
cents, while now they aresecuring gain In seven years Is almost equalto Dolltlo and Cretaceous age of per n- has tried to yet AND SHINGLE. MACHINES, .d Yew berrlntae.
ninety-two cents. Data sold the total value of' the farm pro- cullarly smoothed and polished peb I the same service SAWS AND SUmieS. STCAM AND tmeYM
at twenty-two cents last year and ducts of the cpuntry in 1890. In the bins,, led- geologists, to conclude that \ out of some GASOLINE IENG.H IE.. i ...user Rn.. ,
are'now bringing thirty-five cents. latter year the per.caplta production these1' ancient animals possessed glxcards. other make Try LOMBARD Apg fTA- i TIE IUnIE1lLII 1111ENE
Barley that sold at thirty cents last of all engaged in agriculture was In which such hard bodies y, tp7lfCS.mru, Timm. i. r
> year brings sixty-five: cents.' Live rattle $287 almost 'exactly the same as In utilized were ...........................
: sell for $1 to $1.25 per 100 ISSOs while at the''present .time the as they are in the gizzards of .. 'I I
.,.JI pounds more than last year while: per capita of all engaged agricul-I gallinaceous birds The smoothing and i ."bItCIM" il[SD\NDAIID.. r.TIil.smrrnli
'. T bogs are selling at the same prices as ture is about ,COO.Thelprosperity polishing of these stones. Is distinct
,a yeAragoand there, are lots of of 1 the farmers Is from that produced by the action of JoM. uN1ie .

them. Of corn we are not raising seen dot only In the paylag'off of 'wind, and running water,:'and'reveal.I. \ CN.anIee I,, 1.1 li mss.F .
any more than needed for borne use. 1 hundreds of millions of farm'mort the [practiced: eye the purpose for _SdCvwyste Q1lDD

Wheat Is of'fine' quality; although gages and;'In the..building of better which they,,.were used. The reptiles '.at .$g 5 : any
yields are not heavy. This also ap- homes, but also In the heavy depositsIn i
: piles to all .." ? the country banks throughout the that is to say, had swallowed the -. -- -...-- [OGIESSLARD i REu..uyd.wI 1
I t. The above story represents the conditions West and South. Every banker In all stones to assist In the grinding up of "1.L'.m41tri.'t! Ltr.', i

: In the West despite the tact the agricultural regions of the coun- their probably hard food. More recently -" E ., ee 'n4 ..... eoI... .7
that prosperity stories are being over try has been Impressed during the' It has been found that the colos. THE DIXIE boa and . .1Pi-
worked. There has been a conservative last few years with the great Increasein brontosaurus and diplodocus bad a E us.COVEmiMFNr.INSVEC11ON : &Ion. .-..uIIMr:4
'recession .;'In business In nearly the .deposits of farmers, and in similar' habit. PEA HULLER your IUIID8 and address.on a postal card.. ,
Pebbles with the
char.
every line, which has been beneficial many portions of the South .a large acUrlstlc above, n Per ote tb.otroiuMr._. Ip-...tor.H.IU : 1i : =

as things {Were galnt'too fast. But proportion the deposits In country have been found polish j referred to. A ko .. t_-...h.-.|...p.r.. ..p....r s 011I1ffRN-amotfOllco.l.. PAXTINEm\. t
m America in /
there ls a goody healthy business, : banks Is made up of surplus accumu- connection ....-.... ".JI,"an._. r ... .
which denotes steady-consumption/ of lations''' ot the agricultural classes. I with the'skeletons of these twoapecie. I Prlo.o sad. 1fo.k1N 0. pp.mATialPG. ., ,' mmmm......................: ...

,[Roods at satisfactory prlc .. A. majority With such fundamentally sound conditions of .extinct reptiles Jt Is In- ellatlo. CO.,. -'. catarrh feUons.and
of the people In the agricultural It is scarcely possible for the teresting to learn that these pebbles Dsltoa. 0... .A.C'rS. IK JOHN RIcrKRKKCK U. OICKSCT'S tVt. UI I> | sore eyes. regions are In as good condition country again to sink Into the depthsof were, mostly brightly-colored mouth by direetIonaUeatment IU mr. riaUve
as last year for the purchasing of panicky times such as we have bad -London Globe. lasoers. Old Reliable EYE WATER power apd over gives tbate immediate trouble Is extra.vrdlnarv .... ..,.
roods, as the advance In prices makes In the past. ItMm---... .t...ln l lite Thouwnd of women are using ana rw '
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them feel'easy.* In lact'they are Iii So far as the South Is concel.,ned. It '..WIM7H6TIR It It moot...4-.nab..aY-,.r. ommeiullnc It e..err.day, GO enU at l
better condition than are any other Is quite safe to count that this.section HURTING EYES It don't t-d mn..Ik..a...... seer IT drucBjtorbvruoU.fcOHTH YOU NOTMIMH Remember!TO TaT..n IT.>r. t' )
' class of consumers. will'eceive for Its cotton and cotton- It_I.meat-tHudwn a'b used I IkfiBla Tab". PAXXOX" CO, IlMtM. Maw
J relieved of all : and without ............ red loldlma
soreness !1t
I -Notwithstanding) ,the fears Jn the seed An aggregate of $800,000.000. Are pan tea.
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pain in ODe day by Jueonuxtl's Golden Kf9iotlon. A..I ImltYln..cr, _...... t* oB .a4*<)[Imt*
__ - -- -- -- -- -- .i
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Cools heals atrengtuens weak L..1' VI
( "LACK CONFIDENCE.." .y..." mops waterlog, ourea Imdammatloaat / ..lIabl. .rt Sftlra. AlBilMorwOTbrBMaTsUi.DICSZBTT It iPB.kThofpsof'sEyeWaterWlntcrmith's '
onoe. ixs Arm In demanding "Leoumr- I>BOaOO.Sox O.Nd.tol.Tna..
_ ..
r H'a"-H makes Unarantevd
strong --
. eyes .
I or mousy nl unded. urugglit! sets U at X6ts.
I or forwarded prepaid on reoulpt of
fi.M $ ? ycW by B. 1*...Leonardl A vo., Tampa, Sic

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..NOS1b Had Hey J ,

,. j'OE J 6Lth As a political meeting the chairman IL TONIC
AYt
M asked at the end of the candldate'ispeech ,

: whether. "any glntleman has 9 Cures ChII lifl.a/sod hr 48 Tarp1 reareayee e
.) anny question to ask?" / use eulnlnet.n.uM pea.e N Isklt aAll/roe esne. )It ell.O1p .

...* I Some one rose and propounded at Malarial Fevers, so au.ranwe. Isos.:si r-.rerBeiisisrrJ.;! Act.rfi.flM t ,nests .-
of the
Inquiry mildly I critical prevailing tau'
pa reeelp i,'rleaIATNURPEiEAACO.den1A* *
political belief. A politician behind goo seed S) / LLYI..llb.ky..

L L"I. raised a club and struck him

""I. to the floor. ._The chairman looked .
round and asked quietly: W. L. DOUGLAS

i; "Anny other glntleman a fluestlor '$3.00 & $3.60 SHOES
Hunting Rifles TMCWOSLe
to ask? -Philadelphia Ledger.
< -euos. FOR EVERY MSMBR ORr, ...
THE FAMILY AT ALL$25,000tf PRIGEs.' ,-

rI' Mrs.Window's Soothing Syrop! for Children From the ten different' \ ; =:': : .. -':;:'-,
teathing.softens t.bepmsr.du-'nft&mD1a,- Reward' 1-- M_' .a.lJu.....
r'1I .lion,allays.pain,cares W'lndooUo,2Bo a bottle Winchester: ; repeaters W.dh reran'facvwree ,, r .
T1IE It ASO2(W Lf Vooglmm ilioei .J'tt worn by man rwnpl.i '
I p1rt THE ,STANDING CONTROVERSY. .you can surely select'a In ell wdl 01 lif.lkn. ac> olb.r m. ./ I U IWOWIM otbolr 1
lU nl miy-Attlng, and quill tlo>.
ei'* > tjrl cnporlor wearing
"Youdon't 'even try to please the rifle adapted for hunting. The ralontlon:; IB* loathor and other nwtorlaU furwb part
J public,'";said the Indignant critic of the of 'ha iboa.and..er, del>lt of the puking" lookod. of'.r bfi
:t your favorite 1 game,- 'be tb.KKMt oauplotAorcanluttfln of.up.rlnieedent.foremue.J
railroads. klllxi>_....rm, who rwwlT the hlf bolt WHO paid In be
J. ; "What's the userejoined: :Mr. Dustin -' it, squirrels or 'grizzly, .boa Indiutrr ami rboM workmnmblp, ...._ be.._11.... .
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Stare:,' '"of trying to please peoplewbo''o bears. NO matter .ad ......FOt' 100"......'ull' W.L.JHM..I... ar.m.4e.7o. -.h_ W *' .:
'' IJ would then DDelenl..d why they""" Id th.lr .b...... la better. Y ', _jj- '
can't ,
t rJlJ' acramon which model you select wmr looiror.n. ore elf .'...'..iu. M>....nT MOOIMKB.. .*Siirf 'themselves on so simple a question u v mtfi3l tpr .iKta */* .*.-.I.. //.,-f a.q> Tla4 1 .
"' to bopvn'.or you can count on its (}AtJTION) TIM (onulii. finvo tf.rf"'lI&l.! .sons and prloouUiuiiod; ea boilou. '
'
\ Whether'a'car"window'outht W. ._bolim...< Aik your dearer. fret W.helL clwiM.; If b s vLDw.d...- ._.poly ,..,.....
?:, ; s hut J."-Washington Star, being well made,. ac direct ta 1.b..n'.b_ be "-*-' *". ,' .i .Vim ll.oi

44 4tl'lI.4- ".' -REAU9TKV:c J curate' and, ', reliable." ,-- ., -. 'CRESCENTANTISEPTICaRKATKST' :

? : Mother-Oracious- but that,,.wig Is"tremendously ;SBOOr WIHCHCSTJtl' 'CAITI1DOI3IN : , HfALKR KNOWN 'TO'a01NCE.-: ,
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((1 : !6f2ri.II11, & I J I"I ;I1TfTrj large., I NOB FoiMiwMW- Hen Irritatia$.; ..AllayslaflasiasatioB! sad. eioIepain
., 'Actressy-Tea.? mother, '70U I see!:, In YIMCllislt ''OQjls, from any auoa.-Aa Btroog aa emrbolie acid and aa aarsaless ae .
I e r AD'ilifANCC! 1r cE). h3,1fr the{ third rict''I dive Into a stream; and .. '..welt snilk.: Claws bane inMaatlyi. cores old sad caroais '
n'ev- 70.t '' cane sees sad inflammation from any eanes on mac or "beset ,Jeu'Y
. .ilait' ; iestrovey :this 'I':'protect .me in 'ease'mla... fowk' -ur.s cholera jsorehead 'aa4. ....po-; BaHsfaftlnsi pooidvei;
r :the let and land.In-the Coal bin.-:New gtwsat..d. ; -,, r va
1.-- 'York MalL' .(At38-07). .J Po r.wbanpuehctemDMi.. .aaw caseaas'rdkigall4Ut to a..-...:....Te.n. ;
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; Ni1thers at ;WKtter.f the from but means If one we State of are building to to another i>ass up laws H and country might that enrich Impoverish be, NUBIAN TEAKeeps County Notion the Board Florid la herebr.of.Oennty..&dUe the Qnminlaaioaer next that recuhumeetlnc It le the. 'InbemUonf OeceeU of L"Q'I Li () RALL .



iReported': Weekly l by .O. I.: C. .i:| the i.oith our we mljrbt own .State as well. dlacretloDaDd throw up October..aid. Board 1S07.to be* eetablbh held 00 Monday the following, the 7th propoaedroad day of. "
at OiF"
o\ r bands THE LEADING BRANDS ,
ae a public road
+ ..+..+se e: Yankee have supreme control : .
dt.......... ea. let. the )1 Bednnbui. -
what little we have left to t the Son theaat comet ef tto.North- -:
Park and smoky looting flurries ofclouds over' Personally it east quarter of the Northeast quarter '
freedom over.
denote that the aututnnal rales enjoy would make little difference for .. of Section One (t) Townahlp Twentyils ;
very WHISKIESCase
Z8) South of ltan.. Twenty-etslit (t5))
a have set lor, and beavv rains "aoooml even if this count should correspondent be carriedby 1r Yon Well Eat and running thence West to the Weaf line, .

l panted by' wind 'remind us that the the wet ticket visits, your Klsslmuee' that be I of aaid Section One (I). them North to a point I

qutnox is 'approach! : We are not so would seldom not be beneflt&d by the change. 11*feet South of the centre ef the Right/d Way I
of the Atlantic Coast Line "
easily displeased by' weather.condl- have become so accustomed Railroad Companyonthe Whiskies. Domestic Brandies.
Our people to the It is an Section line '*-Sao.......Thirty-Ore ((10)) ,
their means
forward t
I tlons, however If such conditions to and Tfclrty-eU (8\1) la Township. Tweaty-nve J Pint Pint Quart. California'extra lute d

constitute a change f.tJm our doff days great western cities for needed supplies (2t)South of ...... Twenty-eight' (*')' Eut.l *. are ... ."...0 711 .1 60lewie'eaLi qual",.). .:..... .. ....
that. your city: and Us barroom Wai ,.. ... ., ,. . 40 ''fIIi II Si I60 Maryland P::arh ... ..:.'..M fI1 *
experience and we can be relieved no attractions for us, thence running. Westerly. alonsr'eald Right lof\ Wilson Ky..t(1 7.j, 160 Maryland Apple .....'. .25 6V(
would possess Way 115 feet South of the centre of same through J. W.Harper( Soothe. ..40 711 I M North: Carolina Peach .;::.255 6 1
t from the Intena* beat which permeated I 10 that unless you can positively pre.vent Rernedytor Sections Thlrty-nv (Thirty-four . ..... .... rehper Bourbon. M II 6 J ::Solaohaimorex'e..40 North< Carolina Apple.. ...3S .M I
(JO Thirtythree
coming Into the State $ I50 ... .
''I that dreaded period. the stuff 7,5 Jersey Apple Jack .11I> a4 I
i aiding Increase the (U). Thlrty-twD (r2)) and Thlrtr-OM (HI) Hunter Baltimore Ere.OldlrentleeRya. .... I 60 ,. f
Your correspondent la. at present on: we are simply cities. Our H In ate 'I'owneb1JII.! ... (:a)South of RaqeTwatJ'.bt .. .. ....40' ,& 60.re.th..na' Wines CLseJ.t t
northern in
wealth of bur a ..... .. .. Sue .. Imported
intended Constipation (211) Eajt to the Polk
HUll! Creek rusticating{ An would neither be Increased County line A

trip: to Wbitller-has been frustratedby ,1 liquid expenses or diminished by any prohibitory cow rs., coo. Witness ray hand. a ex-offlclo Clerk. of amidBoard dormant Malt Rye,dletllfotf. ......GO. 1100Chaee'e WOOKchoHprln I'ort.. .. .. . ..... .,. .. .. ..... ., pet bottle
atmospheric disturbances, but as "It could be enforced and the official Boat of said. Board, at Klaimmea. peolallr for medicinal fiherrr . ,' l'l'Dd
law unless -tom : : :;:; : .:::::: "
cow meat and flour are la abundance In such a way as to prevent our re- .o. M( s Florida, this. 2nd day of September. Woodford use. ....,Count,"Rye.....40 7V I I 2Abiker's BO Haotorns ..., .., .....?........ '. 1
P well and tbe lie. 0.11107. IE. L .Ii W I . . .. .. ,. "
LESLEY. Wlnee.
we think all is cow It. from other quurters, other XXXX lire ... i,, I : Rhine ,\. I
low. tllllc: and butter,are not as plentIful wise celvtnir It Is mere child's play; We are eros.ureoatuseu0ro"LR'K1DNo ; Indigestion Clerk Circuit Court Oaeoola County Fla. Kdgemont:: (Green. Wrap JIi1 Claret, Inuae<....;<. .,,-,,.. T.,i .t 00 1Pint.

a as we"vould with to have them aiding and abetting: a class of By ARTHUR R. DONKOAN. ((8BAI.. ] ....rWhl.k..l..... .. T.1M 'f'" 1011'', .. '
simply \'.... ...40 75 1 MlCmrade :...
of article -constitutes Deputy Clerk. O. H. Mumin'a BltraUrj t OO t
but i. (rue scarcity an natural
enemies
men who represent our a (Tenn. tl'hUtey) 4U I M
tI a ba..i* for Its value we more and are paying taxes to, support. rv Bilious -- GnldenSeal .,,".. ., .. ...,isno'' 100 Moet 4t Cbandon- -White",. Heal 2,00 1
easily enjoy the small quantity we are will towardsus. Notice of Application for Tax Old Joe.' .. .:... . . .. ,'LS .00. -
those who hold no good Kenluckylev ..... ( 169' All Case Goods listed at 'l. Q"wl]
served with, The Georgia law and some of Its ness andDyspepsia Ueed Given in AccordanceWith Red ". . ... .. 110, '
reminds Mark IjSweii". '. .. .. .to be sold at bodies for !6.
Tbe range In this locality f s In (rood accommodating measures me t'( TH- 160 four "
Sections and 575 of Daisy bl.d .'. ,.. ..... "
of 574 .40 7i 1110'' ........
condition and cattle are still holdingllils of anancc.lote related a gentleman Kim= IHWI tuHlroore Eye. .. .. ,a. -so ,Doe - I ;
tt'.efr own'l who visited Augusta, Me when the the General Statutes!'! of the Old Cambridge.40 74 160 Ale. Beer and Stout per Dozen: ;,!
l ; Is rather inclined l to be a backward law In full force In that Staje. 'State-of Florida. Puritan Kye ..- ,k . .40 T*r---1 noOoldeu .
i+ not was for. -I-Il Cream ... .. .. ..40' 7Jt 160 BaaiPal.A1e., :... . .... perdoeen t he *
\ country. t>f'lllhborl.re lie wrote an order to a druggist I I j% I'.ul% V
-. "oa. d ," .' ,.11I\ 1\\ I 111I Gumr.eaSstotll... ......... > jAnhauaer M
+ very t>! itiful and tho i>eo)>le live gallonof liquor signing his name l Notice ii hereby giventhat Jaraet Randall Coo.tU..U...!.,,..!. | ,W' 7% '100 Buarh plus Isabel N I es
.. omedUtauce. apart The game law "'Oeo. Harris M, D" The liquorwas pimhuer the fith of day Tax of ertlAcalc July.'71 No 1): H7it.IIWK. dated ha* Keutuck.Tat'ero.a.. ) 7A I AO Auhwaritnwh. Bud wel....... " let'

is not much) relished ana the deer free forwarded and of course an sup .It is good for the Liver Kidneys; 8lom- filed add oertiArale in my eMee' ; and has made Brook'hood)Hill.......(.Bottled. ..... "u..4O In 75 160
t quently encroach upon the domain of posed him to be a physician and he ach.'Bowels; and Blood. application. for lax deod to issue. accordance. Ovtrhalt<(hottl d In bond) 150 Rye Whiskies. by the Gallon.,
settlers and are held airlctl accountable accosted tbe next morning with It takes the place of calomel and leaves with law.Said YellowLanel. .. ... . .. ...40 lilt IIto t
our was certificate embrar tbe f"lIo..ln. old 0......."......... ...,-. 1 00 Mountain tiprluc Rye XXX,. It I"
for their- trespass Our salutation "Good morning doc no bad after eflecta. .rrlb <| situated In *
the property Veteolacouutr. White OekTnaest ..t old... .. . a M.Kentuck7Pride .
I ; king dog hoWever has no respect for tor." '"I'm not a doctor" repliedMr. It is needed In- the Spring, Bummer: Florida towltti Whiskey .. .... .. ..if.40 160 7vearold... F.ll.nd anJChildren. t S. and 10 of Shomnaken'a. . huh Dlr. of Kentucky I'rlde. .. . .., Crown Rye.... . .. .. .*,
frequently tbe
t legislative/ enactments and; rosy Harris. "But, said one of. I Winter by Men, Women .xs: 60 a 00 101
Block and .. .
; elevatedIn DL IL Robert a. addition to Klaimmooclty. .. Echo Sprlun Rye, ,....... ,: *. ", 4 ...
be Been with bin none gentlemen In response "you placed .. +
,,1 !! Uebanon Club double clamp 4. 50'
the air observing certain algos-tbat D. at the end of your name It is extremely palatable-even children The. aaid land being aeeaedat the date ofthelaiuanre Malt Whisky in Class-Case Coo s. Cream of Kentucky.. e " 4. ...
I indicate meat in the neijlhlx.I'hood.theD yesterday. "Yes," replied Mr. like it. Buy a bottle fromRoberson's of such certificate Id the name of Solace Beltlmo. 10 ,.ald 101-
.. .
Krrit-k B. Smith American Melt .. .. .,. 'To I M\ Rod 14 old.. .. *
Top Rye 4)
he' off after the forbidden meat. larrls, "but that meant mighty dry. Unless. aaid certlflcat "b.lt...redeemed ao- Ducr,'sPnON.ll. .. .. .4O 711. 1':viA years lit
The doge are numerous In Ibis neigh) Enough for this time. All rlM'bt.rIDIe'oft. cording to law tax deed ,,11I1..ue thereon oo bancnet Malt. .. . ?. I V .Gallon.Jlortb
borhood so likewise are the pla uevfleas. O. "I. C. Pharmacy the 14tb day of October. A. D. ltO7.: Corn Whiskies by,the .
Witneaa my official alrnattire ...d'.e.1 this Domestic and I I '.
a [1..1.1] the inh: .day of tieptember.' A. Imported .Gin in Carolina Yellow Corn _' 1
'Some of the finest boar meat the. KISSIMMBB. FLA. N 101.1',
D. 1007. K L. LFHLRY.Clerk ; Glass Koor7WacaitinWiik.scouett .' .
country affords roams wnrenralned Circuit, Court. (::0",7r..noI0l. . .. .... tt s M.VI)
+' around the Savage roaaslon but we oooocoooooooooooooooooooW.LeVanDuzor&Co. < Onceola. County. Florida. Booth' OldTombln.Booth'a . . 16o 1 ) Old Hanraat : ... ... .... .. i
.
Ay Arthur K. Doneran. D. C.Paint DrjM.lnPlymouth I .
are serious non-bellevet-s In the hog AN ORDINANCE. bin :: ... :::: I 150
and hominy question and believe that -- Honthoru Hollt<1l l... ,. 1 69 Lowest Prices by the Gallom. :

man can live on something better and An Ordinance to Prevent Supprea* and. Puatah Oordnn Bell Ulu.Gin.. .-.>.. .. ..,... ,. . "too Ky. 1'1'..... .. . .. . S OO tip '
let that lone. You can all cry hog __ ___ n __ the sets of Intoxicating-Vinous... Malt Llquora OlD phosphate .. ?4n 73'1110._ Corn fi'op,n.-...: .,.. ...:. ..'. .. ..... (.. tip ;1))
aDd'homlny as much as you please, -- or Wbiee In the Town of Klaalmniee City. Mobile Hunk.. .2:* M) 14)0 Gill lroq.t/:. . .. .. t 00..1

1 we say hurrah for beef and blsi-uit, BROKERS Wheraaa, The County of Deotola did on the Wnlfe's Devils Inland 8cbl..m Rnurauci'W. SO too And r ail'r, .other. Liquor la properties. .!

and after awhile when tbe. game law Pint day of February D.190e vote aceJnat the J t'h".I'P"| .. .. i &
Gina Rums
dies up we are going to have deer and ------------- -- ----- .sate in AId county of Intoxicating, aplrltoua.vlnoua 'ltL" Come Bark OlD end Benedfetine .. ,
turkey. But then' we Intend to eat . 'A Ut 1 00 theyGallon.
: or malt llquora or wtMa under the! provisions '
; for REAL ESTATE Red UouOlu.. .. ,. -as M i m
every deer our king dog catches of Chapter 15. Title 11, pint DivUlon" y Uuderwood'rOld 1'110 I RoneOln . . ... ... .. ...171
us. They can't come around here' attacking | AND INSURANCE i General Statuet -,of the State of Florida. ? d ( S ",. Old Tom OIn'... . .. .. ... . .. .. .,.1"
our young pigs cats; etc., And Wh_ Under the provisions.. of See- Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported h Holland .. .. .. ...I n.
? and boast about their being protected i lion 1U71. General Statues of the State of Florida I'elton'aN.. 1:. "uIII.7)e..014 .," ?. .. '

I by the law, for we won't stand. for it.. any town Incorporated under th..t laws of l) uwar'. Special II I Ae Hr>' Quarts 1 I'each. wreoee'akedfodltum,7yanotd Brandy. jrer yahoo .:* V. S.M.a405',
Our klcg dog understands our language ..ldStae.la authorised to prevent or auppreaaIllenl I.lng William IV, V. O.P, 2 on Apple. Brandy, per..no.. .1 00, '.OO and 4-O ,,.
"
and we understand him and we a lee of such Intoxieanta within ite liraitala Black and White Scotch t on California Braoit"er gallon too (. .....'
believe he knows what be la talking Hal* and Halt 2 6.Ilunvill'a \.
wherein u aale of eueh toxlcanta
about when be tells us by undisputed DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON baa any.been county wholly forbidden pureoant to en elect. Irlkh l 90 Port and Starry Wine by the'

elgas that's the way of it. And here Ion dab held far that purple under the CoD.titut.ioll The Very Best Corn Whisky Obtainable Gallon. "I,

comes tbe, turkey trying to eat uo Specialist-Eve, Ear and lawa of said State and to punish .
what little corn U made and the cereal ..... Aegelllwperbottle s10California /
such iIIe. eon w.d:: Port, per 5alli..1.55.IA0a:5155.. .
as high in Us banging as the Nose and Throat..... Now therefore be It ordained by the Council of Wilkes I County K. C. 'V> fin 1 CO California Bherrr" ....r gallon t.6O LOll sad ,
proverbial goose and yet, don't the Town of Ktaaunnwe Cltjn Old HarreaU N.:C. . ....2* So looMapleCorn Imported PortWleaperealtoh.1.Mald4.05. *
shoot him, boy, the law protects his ... .. .. ... .. .V\ h\) Ion Imported Port, ear bottllar.....I.0.1er. bEN.'
thievingperqulsitee; but. we Intend to Sectioal. Whoever sells or auto to be sold Catewba Valley ... .. ..:3.-> W IM Imported Sherry per call**. tM 5.60 and 4,** :;:
any latoxleati.plrt. ,- vtemia or malt tyh V.I1.I.\, 50 100
Democratic rooster with steel and Pap'er.J :
arm our Private. Hosoital American Na- tears rwinM within the finite of the Town of >
spurs and then this aristocratic rob .
BTI'Hianua City shall be ponlahed. upon eonTictio Imported Cognac Brandy,
ber must. suffer the for its tional ; Order will not be filled without,
penalty Bank
Building Tampa
and bout
*thereof by Imprisonment l>tbe town )all Improve protect your ,
crimes But then the master turk PuponfUM .. . .ft.. . .. ;h ooRenneaay cash. postofllOM oruer, express money .
only imitates man1-be who.take* that Florida.W. awtexeaedwa-two mootha erlby err not.es I will be pleased! to bring my looi XXXX. . ... .l.,. '.. ..4 HOmarUll order or certified cbeolb Send money i
which Is .....11.. PlQ.IIO. sample booKs to. your house and, ZXXX. ..... .*... .:. . .. ,1 9P with order. '
thief another not 'con Section :*. -It ahaO be the duty ef the,Marshal make any suggestions in tbe latest
.stdered a U protected by law. and hil deputiea and poll m6a. and *hey are decorations that you may desire.

:+, and the law commonly protects certain .. hereby.tborbMd... empowered tax. enter anybulldliur. Drop me a card and I will cheerfully H. W METCAILF
1
kind of thievery If done by the Q4SI
booth tent or other place or pert furnish estimates on paper
wealthy, ao long as the man i*
% victim. . poor L. W I N N, thenoI wttta or without warrant (a which they and painting : : : : : ; : ._ l''
This hare sroo4 amuse to inspect tbat aplri.t -..'rlnowaor ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO 11
communication .te beingwrit- PUTMIOIA.M *Jvo.uaemow. ..... llquora are 'kept'for, ale eontreryrdtneaee. a I
.tea on the front porch of the Savage EO E: E
mansion and .started before sunrise.'The . and to seine the mama cod enact. thepartMi ,.A. BAIt It iI. ,
postoffloe department has been .-.......-.. iraroe ee engaged la suck aale-.and U much JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY

'stealingone of oar mall routes and .........,_.;.7. ......_. quota such quaAUth a. to songs' the belief. ,. ORLANDO: FWRIbA.lkudh .-. II I
of Blacml sales we have to hustle around get thingsstraight. -- .
\buOdbur.booth, tent or other plnee the acme ____n ____.____._, n. ___ '- t
: :'' '" shall be sad. evidence of the..01.. of iquoreanharySoordlaaosi : : '
Brother J. VV SIMPSON a ,. ,
t I'' Guy... In attendance Sun iii I
I day. 0. I. C.. failed hispending .. provided h.war-e. that [ adtrllJirdti r4It>Aatut 'SIT.Jamestown 5' 1I
tp' lee o. 1 1I.
this ordinance ahall not be ao eorvtraetod a to 1 ',,
,
r .
L. but expects a quiet to be day in town on th.1.0 the .creek- '. ,; .I I ENTIST, : at>py* to peraona keepinr a reeaonible amount of M. TILLER , ')fil" ...

.'I *, Office ove.Osceol I. spirituous liquor la his. private residence for : '.
.ing. Phsruacjr. I.
Georgia 111;\\1 hereafter to be a'dry' r j prlvatoiue.Seetioai j Real Estate Agency: ,,1
l State OFFICE Novas ( 9 .. -8j* 12 m. .. Any mata eewdeputy merahal orpolleemnn f Exposition
fac. the law be
to as .
can en- '
forced. They have'oneof the 'most r 1:30 to :30I.'m. . ...ho.haJJ wilfully '...r.... to perform | ee.. wawej e eje.m e.ej e. wa waw MI : .. ]
Telephone No. 70. hie duty In makiarerch fee Uq_ '10'1_. ...... :
.. energetic !governors that our country aftorthe> p-operamdavttbaa' been ...... br some I Realty bought and sold. DtI :1.a
\. and we shall watch - ---.- i. AND RETURN
'theirproduced FROM.
considerable Inter I creditable parson that they have good remaoa to | Houses rented I
;Notice:; believe. that euoh liquora are) cvooealed in onto J
est. Several Taxes and Titles
j
years' ago it was assorted paid ver-
special. build I....booth. lent or other place for f KISSIMMEEFLORIDA : I.
: All :
by competent authority that concerned take,notice that I ahall monk .ified for nonresidents.Fire. .
sale. he ehall be Coed not leaa than Fifty Dollarsand \ :
the wet counties ,
that State were the application to the Board of Pardons of the State
shall forfeit his eommlaalon employment Life and Accident !In-
only ones that, paid more money as of Florida at the earliest. pr.otkabl.datefur or It.. I e
r .. ....... officer provided. that nothing herein .
taxes than they drew from the treas- pardon. I...convicted of murder at Fall Term : surance. ; ,.k
jury and the test is now before the lueJd the Circuit Court of Owaola County .....U be ao eonatrued aa to permit any officer to f Indemnity Bands. .. DAY!

people. vlT prohibition could be far- September 1th. E'7.a7St ( enter the)dwelling house o*any parson ..without I.n.-. ,. r.
warrant 4RP'Yr'1t". "" .
reaching enough to .Successfully pro- WU.UAH HEUIMO.
(' Section 4. All Ordinance- or parts of ordilare- .:; SEPTEMBER o

,J _-. I.oondlot herewith. be, sad the 25th. .
a

I << hereby repealed.Part In open' _Ion this bd> day. of September. ' Benedicta"A TICKETS: ON SALE: : SEPT: 23d oNtvli r tl

See A. D.1 07. W. J.SEARS. ,- 11!
And Attest: President of the Council. U

J. E. GILBERT. Final Limit Ten Days. Good' in
Sleeping
1 Sorts I. led of the Town of Kieaiminee.Approved WOMAN'S MEDIONE"

1t 'Free All this 6tb day of Ie! _ber. A. D.1907. Cars via r: II.t

(BeauTM.MURPIIY.: i
Mayor of -.--. Fla. I'

Of Do YOU +UrrEltthe: lit of womanhood THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,i' t-' 'rl

Notice-lor I'ubl'rcadon.lMpartment at a..many womon'do.utfeeP'' Do yon - "
NEW THINGS 'want to set wen without 1b necessity Double Daily Service :ra.lrtpa.to Norfolk. Pullman Cars. 1

of the Interior. of painful eramlnittomana embarrassing
'., Cd ad set aLe Land. Office at CaineeviUe. Fla. ), ooiisultatlons Do yon want to take a For rates. reservation, -or information, call on D..relAtlnUo. Coast: W,
August l 19. 1M7 Line Ticket "
For remedy r'llt") Into roar born and emrarourselO Agent or >.
or
9. Notion 10 hereby given that Clem T. Sullivan, J. w. CARR T. p. A, TAMPA; FLA. j, o. KIl JcLAND t ,
of Uwa-hmaa.. haa filed notice of hie intention to D. P. A.)
T. C. WHITK N. '
WILMINGTON C.
= New Standard ........tta.III".year proof in auppart of his. claim. BBMEOICTA O. P. A.' W. J. CRAIG P; T. M.: atwi

tit: Homea.ta Entry No. S1WMI mad June .. ,
111I2. foe the NE( Section -. Township 23 Is a Woman's! Hedtcla.** A preeertptloaof .
Ranr.27 E, and that aaid proof will be made before a physician who mad.< the study of Female $ """' 'V'''''' '"'',... ,,#!f I w

: Clark Circuit Court, at Kin...>... FlagonrotomberW rn.ee.ee his .p cIaltr'. It was asducCMsfallr ,A. br
r Fashion.Sheeta 1907. br" sua ta hU ...tice. It bas $ C. a.capset:: .reallle N. C.I:: .'TAN.b.thtary.. ,,ar

Men'sWoman's Be auto the foUowiwr wltaeeaea to prove hlaMUauova ban sd- anoeeiifuUy- ,thousands of '
.. T i 'E :ode'ter
.p. reedenee upon,and eultlvatian ef the I WODMQ dorlac tbe many peen slace. "toItssslre ;
land rill physicians han also found it a valuaM IsIc

"s 'IPS i A. 0.Aldermaa.flit ............ Fiat Gary Sullivaa. assistant,when they d..lndto avoidsnopertatlosu j '.

; a BEAUTY BIt of beua-hmaa.' Fla-S Jeremiah. Mood..efRamea Waters :& Carson ,:Grocery Co. # Poter

, ". City.Flat Charles 1'. ......tt. of Camp BCNEDJCTAU , CO

[ : bell. Fl.IRENEY.. 8.CHUBB.1 r..... an4 ....II p.es.esIn* '
7 illuftrales the moat Refletet: a. vecetabte.rwwwlr. It U made from .' .
''
; and: r foots barbs tad barks known to poassssIMOporttos : or::
f W up-to-< ito rtyfes b Children'sWear" : which kaw a woaderfal curative GR.C.CEJ.XIES.: dlt

1 array that \WiU Cattle, Estray, .Notice. sad toau etrsetJaB tesaale or....and i : ,! dotfcl,
aerroas .....
\ -. Notice le herby siren. that U A.. -.Justice Without naeaUoatnc the (
," I .:. :.I..1-L" _, '; .,the Peso DioIUtoM 110. I.r o..Ia County haa ...ny forms of fataals troubles that WOOMSI
.I Jet m tab office a mwttSeata of (the deeerlptionad mffsf.we sar that there t*no tro.ble of this i 1 f coorrv Atiirrs POH pre

'" 1' sppralaemmt of ectray take a0" by John J, Wad that ere *.!*, will not tom llatny no ,. .a..i. : sot
!
.. Dana with the apprataed valuaUoe the) same, nev.andAnanycar.. A Y I celebrated: Fertilizers I GRATES > | 't*. *an
.. ;
to-witj One-dark yellow cow. m> .... master,. : 1 : ful

meneearandMoerbltw\ ., the other,ev abet BBSEWCTA L- Iii. :, .
114.yin,..........at tea....... Alee one '1*prepared carefully and eleatlftcajlr.. ... GBATN: .E. T'Cla :C.. sea
: STANDARDPTTERNS bailer with blockhead and white. nad black mdeaabent with tae eonsrtovjsnass ef tbe racposulbUltr, Ia. ,* sad PrieeVi .' }.

: AT '" one year eid vahaed at flv..doOen.UaUae .*giving to svfftwuarMBft*tbat phls'al.fal hen i aswKtatl ''Jrl

eel* Mlmela'ere eUkoad wtthi. the Mil CUM only be ho o1abat also iaeNw f. wb..,
:'fJ ( Y..p.e.mibd Vy law tent win he esId gadwp. to effect. ao matter what be .
: stay tu...

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