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 27, 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: VID00300
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TU GROW> CELERY cabbie for fall, winter and spring 1 i been a bad bargain for the state, and '
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PURCHASE JBSmith.JuttovMhaelMe .
DISSTON : ; MHVUTES Of' THE: t ,.. .:" 00 00
shipment '
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e may ;have made a bus- SO :'
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AT:SHINGLE' CREEK.A /. Ei,,Storjr 'has, an ''ll-acre ora nile WAS NOT A ,STEALCol. : 'I|cress mistake In going Into It, but., so. SCHOOL BOARD ...... ,.......e.0.trlr........"''-.itJ'.'''"ttrJW.l. ;',IJo..\ .'"11.*.."
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,---. i rove and.will grow vegetable. la sea: far as Disston Is concerned, there Is a *Cuean Co. _u. .t... M
B. W B Drew Cq: esa.rs ,...u.un,;. It*
son with cabbage as a leader. .wide gulf between driving a goodbargain' 8...,....ICemAelT ar..G.sepau .a( ,'e **'

/ Strong Stock .Company is Now and H.will C.: Harrell'bas an orange grove P. A, Vans Agnew,Defends fee | and goy In thieving.,citlzeo.: of Florida Full Report of: 'the Business Transacted . uke... .... *......,...saturh'r...AYA..A. .. .crowNat ...rN'into.

Being formed for This Pur grow a general! crop of vegetables of the Late Hamilton MtosO. N.tu. _
Memory jA'.rea"f' Wailes.contract was at Their Last, Regular ,.Bod u.larr h..h.yMI. .
inseason, with cabbage as a ; a .........n'... .."'......:. .,+e.. ........ 3iOO
pose. loader. Disston.KditorTlraesUnlonr. I' the state, but they,don'i .. .
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Session. 14111.D.1. Piers beet..dn.t.7., .|00l '
S. 0., call' .It, a swat.Speaking . '0- M B...........Ml..T........... Il:. 000.
Ue..r..E. L. Lesley, J. F: O'Berryand Barber will have aWtut : an In his",Mum. of the Disston,, drainage Klsslmmee Fla. Sept. 3 1907. Q M Hubb.rd. ....,. taMhn'whoet,la., .

J. K.'Billiard are preparing'to' average crop of oranjres,In his, grove of' the. Investigation 'Of Internal .lnyprovement4yoTir > op watioq., It Is noticeable that the The Board , .Ii.-II'. ... ...,..,.,. .. .. .. .. 1M
embark In celery growing and have and will grow' cabbage 'and onions. reoresentatlVe, Mr.Ewso plans and of Public' Instruction I 'DooWU.. A1d.n...,' .at.er :......... ' r
this season. survey of the,, Dlsitonengineers met- in regular session there being; 1IIIbaoI18..InIIIIU... ...,.... ." :. 4000MM
selected a place 'In Mr. Lesley's reflects upon the reputation aad are being quoted approvInfilj ,- present W. C. Bass chairman; E. J5.! ; Doo\\'Utoa: Aurm.., aakr7 .........
pasture on .Shingle Creek 'as, the Joseph Ward 'has a 10-sere' orange Integrity of a dead man so unjustly' I by the present trustees. The Brown and W. Chandler also'W. .ebootlaabdl.t1..4-.i. ;.. .,...
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scene of their operations.. grove which will produce a fine &.ye... !that, while my personal acquaintancewith trouble with the ,.dlsston operations ,J. Sean, superintendent. '*" HIM kUrr WaUnrn,Mtwr tMetxr Mhool S r'Ne.SB

,. They propose to'tile 't.he. land and ale crCVJ and will also have a general Mr; Diston was alight, [ cannot, was that! his plan were never com* The C L .. ..%T. is00'' i
,minute ,of the last .....ulal'meet.lnr &aDd,. __Ion tw eotr.o0w
put la a first' class Irrigating plant crop of vegetables this season la common,justice to, his memory, ''le pleied, the contract expiring while the were'read and approved ............ H... ... . .. ..,......"..... .. 51
and give it a thorough test, under U. W. Hays has .an orange grove such statements past unchallenged 'to work was still In progresstt 17I Baud: -......... Ux "'1eoCar. ,

the moat favorable circumstances, and will have>jrgpUnt. or-early' -fillablpinent. your( readera. remain to be seen whether the Mrs M rlah 13.; Gilbert county b-d''" H..... . ......t..., -..rt. .
.' .,treasurer, reported as follows: O I. Bind*. .......te.1ou tax'pou.otc ,.
Ten acre of laod will be prepared .' -s, Mr.' Ewan properly gives the railifoadt present trustee will meet with the' sobdWNa/,. ... .:. ........{. ......t. ''II Of''
and planted this season and if a'sue.oesi / tt,. Hi, Ingram, proprietor''bf {the credit for(the (Treat part they) ame dlnapolntments that harried Tee the -...KlwUnnwo.Board at pnbll*T*.Sop 1 1907. W J aura huuruu* ,. 18 M

Is made they will enlarge thet Sunny South. livery and'sale' stables, have ,played In the development of poor Dtsston. to his untimely death . for Oooool Cotmtrt iswtr..eban4 la MStadduil, touring PlMO, ............u KM
has a One vegetable farm aDd,. will Florida, and Intimates that the P. A. ''YAHA'Amnw.: I horowlUt trador .. J B Atdflmw. .....11...pupil.*...!...|.18, _
Dea' These my: report Trooouror of
acreaae seaion. gentle :to ..........t. . .."..,.............. s ...
urea have the'mean' a* well, as tb< I grow eggplant as a leader for' ,fall ,baye thereby earned their liberal land Klsalmmee September 17;' Ooooola 190T County toe tin' .month of Au.ast.A. D. i R WaI_. lumlliur I>.N4, sew.d W.uiMiutindv. ". , '
and winter / grants but hft '''seems to take .. .
energy to make of anything. shipment every The Cow Nuisance. OSyCSAL SIVailV FP... ..-.t. 3:11
""T. L. Moseley has an 8-acre 'orange opportunity .to discredit, the part a B l+-.-, Iabot.obool. N* i.. ]* M
they might undertake and It is
sforegone Tohol.neo kotnnort; .. ....... ......
$1! 0 It .
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and the late Hamilton DIs The ,
conclusion that the '.enternriie I crave .will grow .1I'.pl.nt'for fall playedfby fight against the cow nuisance'is Tto a nt rood f r >a Comptroller .113
todomp. .... .
will be a success. shipment. -other vegetables in season.. ton In this pioneer'work.;.-, DI. on, and there promise to DA sour&- "tIaouI.October..... ., ,. ..:..?..?.:,. | UforNovoMbor Hrwr itseedrt I'w&Itt.wire.. .. ...............'.so.....s.Ih.H... 'la' ,

This Is Just what'the W. L. Mosele,'hat ip, acres In an ston rescued international 'im thlcg doing at, the Council meeting l4wu.teadfr.mCa.ppolt.e. t.d.mr. O.8tar11... ....,... . *CMO| (... 'i'l.ubdl.t '
Valley, Gazettehas orange grove and will make; tomatoes. provement ;''fund from bankruptcyud e.'Tueada1ollrhe.... ties ..... ...v.v.... 1204: ; ... .. .... ......<........, 49pvplU
advocated for some. time-that- a a special for fall' and' winter thus''made' If possible for Mr A. J, Booth has been clrculatIhjf 1'0 amt root from Tax CoU taxes IMS.. SM i B TvmbUn. ....>llnsl' >.aJI ....... ...,

+ company be formed and celery grow' shipment.J.. crop the railroads to enjoy the benefit of a petition this week praying the- leg be given a trlal"bere-and Her***haulliw o.pa..w N !
,pity of! better men to Insure'success: a com- T, T. Tlndall, 'mall Narcoossee, this ttate-aid. It may be true that Council to pas an ordinance requiring ..t..,,.,.,...,?...>,.... U7MBr'poJd . .. ..... ... .......,. ........': IVeubdlrtl .;' .15s.
has an orange (rot'e' sod will grow hlsi chief object was to 'clear the title people to pen their cattle at night, .-.;.. / A.H.mr.hauling pupQi 'oebool. No. '
could have been' test /18
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4Meve' that.thie found We. be- vegetables In. eason.Klsslmroee ., I to the lands that he expected 'himself which Is being numerously signed, waranti' a.per lUt... ..,...... lay e.0 18. .ubdfmt0.'t: ". 'r.. "). OD' 11Y.
will be the '
and that In openingwedge Lone of the roost'Interesting to earn under his drainage contract, and bethinks that by the time the ,,,8alaaM. :. ......._... .. .. .: ..-. I 111S OS The, salary 'of 'ScbOO( No. 7 was'
will a short time Klsslmoaee sod .productive fruit and 'veaee but none'the less .h '.lowed) his re- Council meets be ,will have an overwhelming imoa.pe erar. wo. I placed to too. the same. being the *alary -,
rival
Sanford
section. as a celeryproducing table section of FlorldV, markable fatt.lin the future 'de- majority of the registered I 'J'o bsIaes from lass report..',. C 284 45 of they' teacher'' during ,the.last. -

I ,. .'... lopment of the' state;"' and without voters. He says he find* come who By paid warrant M per Itet ...j....;'..'. qB term. \

We understand It Is the Intention. of Arrested for Hog Stealing, bis financial aid at a criticaljuncture are passive In the matter and 'will not lanoe..ii ......' I-tat In the matter of,the transportation

these gentlemen to form a stock company Sheriff' the railroad development of ''the sign: for business reasons, and a few OCBOOL mVt-DlfT;HO'. yof pupils, Mr. ,W. |W.. .Chandler r.4.
On J.M.
and their operations will be Walker Saturday brought last In Padgett state would have- been Indefinitely. ue- others who'are utterly opposed to the To balaDo.tl'O..1aat report..r..5...!!.l ported that'ao far h* wan,unable to

watched with a great deal of Interest Charley Isyed. ; reform; but the'great mass. of citizens aalaase ...r:....H,.... ...... .. ....5751 get the nitrous to agree 'on price 'to
and Laurence for whomwarrant
by our entire population.. Sullivan a Disston was the Orllrlo-al' dralnagi sign readily and express themselves ..10.01)"ava-D.n. MO.4.TolMkUooo be paid Mr haul Ing. Th Bqal' .'then
had been sworn out charging from last .. ..
Messrs. Hilliard and O'lierry report. ,, 1.1.< (3814 went Into the'matter
; we in and Investigating
Ihern with hog stealing and on Monday dreamer ( all others are imitationsJi! ): as hearty accord with the petition. To*IId1D'4; from Tax CoU; tax**........ 424t after
understand went UD to Sanford todayto he arrested Bill Stevens and he pitched) his mone'loto 4..lo'are. No reform 'was ever Instituted anywber and finding that said District',
nearCanoe
investigate. the methods used there with all the enthusiasm. otA '''a e to which t.bere.wa.. oof' some ,3.r gets1.'patd No, 3 was. alreadi'la 'debt and :thatJbere '
and also to secure tiling'with whichto Creek on the same charge and wamnw.e perllat ,,..>.,, \ tBAUoo.tM. was only About 9125 ,
present-day' 'drainage commissioner; opposition,. and.It was 'not 'expectedthat A to. be paid
prepare their land. Ilvan brought claim him to In.have Padgett bought and the hogs Sul All his drainage operation .wen this would be an exception., Reform .,..,.),.. .-. .."'..;..... BIS (S for hauling during the present, school:

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"Aft.:IJD PV1fo. year, passed the following revolution '
from carried on under constant superrlsloi means to change, and any :
Mrs. Reed McLane. Stevens.The In number oi successive boards of trustee< and change come in contact with the business Tic .-Wt--" '.......,;."''t tB011, v Resolved That the 'Board only pay"' ;
hogs sixteen
were __... '
sow ooinrt.ua.
for the
'
News received here yesterday from. sold by Padgett, and Sullivan to J: S. under the periodic surveillance. .the interests of some, 'person' ,I or T's' -"-l.n..fag ...... .............. M7 Wto hauling Of those pupils In subdistrict -'

Gordons vllle, Va., conveyed the very Stratum: at Peghorn, and were' subsequently legislature' person*, and these naturally oppose .......,.... OOMTOJ School r...a...,,.. 11I7 MaAsnrasa who live more, than'tbree' .. .
tt; but we'.verily believe that, If mile from'the school bonze; $
sad Intellgenoe that Mrs. Reed Me. clalnoed by A. W. Crosby, When' your representative writes the *0.24.mtrep.rt. '
Laos of '' cattle) are taken off the street at night ....,.. Mr.; 'Cnandtor was Instructed to
formerly this City, expired who brought them into town and swore that Disston '"was entitled'to but fib.Mwtre .u $ (0BorlUr. look further Into the IDa. and
this those who this Br...0 ..' ... report
800MA.KIA
now
early yesterday morning, after a long out warrants for the above parties. 100,000 acres under his CODtrMt with oppose morewljjk N. :.... at the next meeting The chair* '
Illness. Bond 'In the sum of flve, hundred the trustees," It shows that he has ? in a short time see the benefit* to use, a. OILBEBT-- man. was also. Instructed to have urea' ,

Soon afterlcLane was first dollars each were' given by Padgett, not acquainted himself with the fact, be derived- and will be'glad of, the County 1'nu_, county the surveypr'.go to'' Whittle and
survey dl.LaDCM.p to mile'
change.-
taken sick h. was renxAed Sullivan and Stevens for and It he 'Paid and cancelled warrants, three .
: to the their appearance suggests has-biers grossIj : from the school bons*.< 'f -. h
University hospital at Char 10tt.eIYUle. at the next .....m.of Circuit misinformed.. There' here two W Broad (Gauge Nearly Completed. amounting to the sum "of ,tU81.93, Mr .Jack :Simmons''was>
Va., where she could receive, every Court called DUston drainage, contracts' Were burned'In open session.,. painting of school-\houseNo.. W,.aad,
__n ___ The work ->f. broadening, the gauge The followliiflr bills approved for said service he was to. the.
q attention. and be under the' care lot a The first required the actual reclamation were t'eotive
A Small Firs, of th* Florida Midland 1*' now completed and sum of 91.60 per day. _:
specialist. After remaining! there of the area designated "In' the warrants drawn for.same,' Initmstsd'
&Owltbla': the''' corporate 111111'". W I......nUnry o.porUieao.....'.. KM The superintendent war
several week she was brought home On Tuesday morning Mr. T. H.Miu ooatrsct. The second merely required of KlasUnmee' and In..a short time W 0.._... .... .. .., ...... .. 000. to purchase. a filing/cabinet:' toga fetooflBo .

'11 lao41r.. wu thought that she 'would had .the misfortune to lose hi* the expenditure of certain broad gauge trains wlli'be In operation IlXB..w.. !felt.'. ., .. .. ...r;.. .. \. 150, Then* ;'belolf"DO ''fu.nher' ,bw4a.M.;

< soon be well and strong, put she continued new photograph gallery by fire. He sum of money in the work 'of reclamation over this line. -W'W QuodleistCBrVKn. .. .. ....1- .. ,i:{ ,20" Board ,;adjourned till &a.t' rawvlar. 1
Ill and finally last that 1* in the constructionof Blartt B. Gilberti ,"- .otsmlato..,, .
Friday had
just completed the -building, It will be several days yet 'bow..er. DMINt..,' W. C. Sae/s,
took sudden change for the canal within the area. 'This' e.-ne..d i MM1.\- "*' I.j.\ 7711V. 'W...Jaskilc51ka0h , ,..... ""
a was
t' which
worse a portable one, built of before) the work is complete, as ... O ettt, printlac..,. .1....,.- tin"csUc
aDd sarlv vesterdty morning about. wood la panels, with paper roofBng, second contract was entered In '1888. switches and sidetrack will have to ..........'pH r,

1 o'clock she passed peacefully away. and moved In his fixtures the be under the express direction of an act be put In and the narrow gauge iron _. .

Xt Mr*. McLane leave besides, her, fore. lie vas preparing to open day 'up of the legislature of, 1887'' (chapter taken We tip understand from here it to i*,Apopka.the Intention, ' of ......-.....-.-. .>fir -....>[krdt.lshAerA/ttt: / -" : '- ':"' '";: ,.1, '"'

9' 'hlA.baDd. two daughters, Mrs.. Frank. for business Tuesday morning-" and 3783)), and bv 'Its. own terms absolutely the'management to put on -dally ,r i tAll '

P.' Bearing and Mrs. Charles; W. bad gone to' the well for a bucket of superseded the first contracts .The service over this road at least duringthe j. w. mm\PFUNERAL P \ 'Piclnre YOB Jd1Dg : ..

Tuckory both of this city. ; and also water,'leaYllllr' his gasoline burnisher trustees. who executed. It _rei: Oov..A orange season; and longer. .if, the ,
.
:two sons, Messrs.,'Raymond M Lane lighted which; hi.' supposed, ex E. Perry; Comptrol1erW.. D. business-will Justify- 1& l : Kinds,'' of; ';'Frames' '
and Roccoe the Barnes, Treasured E.:!S.: 'Crlll.' Com- I '
McLane, former fir ploded a* the whole -building seemed If It'a. Reputation' .. '
mlisloner .of Lands and '''IrrigationC. DI R EpTORLICENSED. ,msuJa. .to .Order;, ),, ,
leg la Gary Jnd., and t.be-Iatter here. to break Into flames at once and way ,You are after White's Cream Vertnlfugo ..), -

Mrs. McLane'was until. about three destroyed with all hlr-apparatus. I. !...lItcbel1. and Attorney. "General. bar .world wide reputation EMBALMER. '10 '\-. '-.

years ago 'resident of this city,' and The bnlldlng and contents. were insured CJ,M. Cooper? .:t a* the ben. of all''' worm destroyers ': 'Prompt attentlol1.. i no., .,
much, beloved by who Thl contract'was strictly and for its tonic influence on weak 'j
fully
was very Till for 171SO. and j I mail '
and .unthrifty children. It improves 4 order sent by or
.knew, her, being noble-.hearterl" always --- - performed, as shown..by' the minutesof their. digestion and assimilation :of Also'NiceLine' :' .f'' _Ladies' nd f telegraph W
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active'', In cheering "woTk and Cattle Deals. the trustees themselves. In fact; It their food strengthens their n,nervous 'Ih'd'

for along time was one of the director 'wai more than', performed ''becauseDearI system and restores them to health Gents' Burial'Robes; 4 j
Mr. J; W. Miller this week his and vigor natural to a child. If you Residence' Wet $ide',. :o-> : J'+ _
of St. Luke'* hospital. Furt.her'advlcea 930,000 was expended by the tock of cattle branded "Mil"! to want: a healthy, happy' child net- a PHONE'78. t.1''
recelted yesterday stated'that henry Silas; also his stock of cattle contractor In excess of the amount bottle of 'VV hite'a Cream Vermifuge. t' Court House ,.

the funeral would take place today at known as the Tommy Thompson stated In the contract'. ; for' which Sold by Rebel-son's Pharmacy., lb r.oIi.'J/k' afac"__ ,A.A.' ''..'. "'" .a. i8cr/k ue:4 n N 4 ,k.a.c

- 11:30: o'clock In. Gordons v II le.-Times- excess no land allowance was <{granted. "
stock to E. L. Lesley,-the latter' being "
Union( All the drainage operations under

,ro+ ,-...w'r .i estimated, at 2,000 head. this contract were.officially: examined
null Bass has sold to LUzle Silas *
,MORE OSCEOLA COUNTY GROWERS sod approved by the trustee who
il. stock of cattle known as the
signed tbe-contract. and by .the succeeding -
Sumtnerlin stock. Mr. Bass also

The Pa lr..r' Representative Conclude old to E. L. Lesley 200 head of beef administration of Gov.
Mitchell and la 18tk the- following iaTjiiii1
*, H.a'rrterostlug Data. cattle, which Mr. Lesley hasplaced In I From
I resolution was adop d' at a: meetingof II Imported
\his Shingle Creek, pasture.
Klsdmveej; Fla., Sept. :2>>?When ---, the trustee, at which meeting Go*.

, writing from here last week the work Mitchell; Comptroller. D. Blox-
Court.
Jurors for Count
- of the Packer man was slot all !finished ham Treasurer C. E. Tolling, '-Attorney

and it is ald that "anything worth The following Jurors J have been General "\V. B. Lamar and .

.doing !I.. worth doing well1';!" the 'drawn t.oen.. at the next term '''of Commissioner of Agriculture L. B.

writer thought 'another. dajr or two county court..; 'whlch convenes the second Wombwell were present", ij We have just rece1ved'a. fine assortment of:

would do'' n, well. So :atarttn{ ;but: Monday In Octobers "It was resolved that the accounts , p

bright and early l while }the, sunbeams C. Fountain' .J. W, Jordan submitted by the Atlantic and Gulf 8 I

. ,, ,/are still casting:.,' long .h. ow.. over C" D.; Raulerson H. R. OverstreetYoung Coast Canal and: Okeechobee Land' JAPANESE; ' GOODSr' ,

["field and marsh and the mocking birdIs T1ndsll'; Edrtle Underbill Company to December 31, "1893,' be

Inglofbl sweetest song of the day ..11, Lemons E. D. Hogan and the.>.,same are hereby approved; 'suitable ;

> ,, I drove about seven miles to the east C. A. Waldron'' ,Lee Bandy and hat the company";,having. compiled 81 ,of all descriptions, for Birthday and;; ..
r
point of,Lake Tohopekalljf where thecold Henry Newton' ,J., K, Hifisfd'P . with thetroontract that 825,059 I Presents.'
" Wedding
northwest windsof' -.winter are .. ; .J acre. of'. land be''conveyedj said I ,HB
P ,Letter ',to :J. A.'SIMPSON.KISSIMMEB .' <( ., '. '
tetnoered.; by.the v.arm water and the company of 'its selections and the I -
I. *-*|(BBl( BB JftBj T BjSJB *lB>*j>BJBJBB J>B>JBjg jB I ,
orange < of.fruit and foliage..- Here, 1 ''Dear Sir:' They're; glad'they Jojand. lor' '..me:' 'Alsothat the. bond 6f ,; ./ Our, eiect co'nslstS..of; Bamboo Poitiers, ScreensCurtains'

'fled one o> the finest' orange groves'in out Devoe.:' ,' -J .Hamilton'DUston''' J. J. ,Dunne(| Cushions) Pillows, Lanterns,.',Parasols. Wickerwork, and'a:, numerous

thU'Klssimmee valley country, the .' 'Coypus Chrlitl,'Texas, I fs 'right on for th* sups Of', SIZS.OOO, be canceled t.7' and :costly\ assortment of ,useful. and ornamental_ '.China and, '

Property of L. H..Gaboon: ; who'ha 20 the ;Gulf and ,one 'of, the hardest and surrendered. //j Brtc-d-brac.- .*- " '

- acre of oranges;grapefruit,tangerine climates for paint; hot' "sun., ,salt air, __S.MlnutesTrueei.. ; Vol.: .IV, page. ( We would, call' attention ;to Complete'Line: of FloorCover, ;
'n. and kulbOl1ar&l'wblo'b will produce'' a and strong wind., fie}.J ,in the face or eef&Ot.l, which I : }
, cr -Tbei'' Building all reCord'' ings 'consisting of Carpets, Mattings! ; Rugs.Art Squares: :&c,. all at; ,
full average.. .P.ofJIo., quality. this Hldburv painted are of. UDODIf'. the'' official 1 .
I 'eeaa0a.a I Devoe Jn 1896,'' Is .a 'shining example mmutes'ot!the trustees, how can Mrs' reasonable prices., .

Mr. Coboon's grove 'adjolnsthat; of :of, perfect paint snow-white after Ewan justly: t... to the DUston ''con '

'L. ."Ira,Waatherbv, an old)Packer reader, 7 years .a* if painted 'last week. I tract at the "Disston ftloh?'!!) It :'lea, COME AND. LET US SHOWYOU'WHAT''WE''HAVE.

', who also bu a'good crop', .both owing .We, should 'like, every, 'property serloiu enough aatler; to'charge/aUvenan : :. '" - l
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'r to good care aDeIuILl"a&loD.j\ ow08r from Maioe'to;, Mexico, to 11M.'. with sUallng;: much laws;' ; ,

; \ i O. B. Lawson has an ,crane, grove that ,whit white white. ". dead man.,,' If,, DUston stole 'theseland. 'w' .8-- ;Ni AKINSe..: ON .0"O'

,..... We and ha a'fin* field of eggs Experience,,teaches 'who' 'wants''toiearn'a I .be could not have don It with* .. , ; :. ,, ;

t: ,'.:'plant which'will,be of! < the earliest,;for *'' ,...11 ',as" who. waits- ':to. be- out either\ the crlnolnal negligence 'or ... t, "" FLORIDA: ; f- -, tI
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'By this time Nala'a Impl) bad climbed , ,

: the first line of fortifications "without CRuSHERS AROU'SED

41AIWA's REVENGE opposition and was advancing 1.0. along
; : line upon tbe achanse. :or JIlts

which! were scattered about between it
J in
Doings; ; Florida [ -
and tbe' second line singing,; a war ;
i OK, i ,, Losses Causecl'by
QUATER.I chant a* It cauiK. I l OVerExp, ,

ALLAN 'S ( REATEST1ADVENTUREt : Presently poffs- of smote began to \ Foreign Tariff.HOLD .

start from the ,('baLIlf'aad with .
-
ray :: "' ''' ''' .- ,
I c.'Ould.acl several! of lien
glasses
"" our r" Ugly Charge, Against Sheriff. Adjusting ae."l"ol. :War Claim
falling over. "
y; Dy ''H. RIDER lAGGARD.al3deej"l.wduylipiolnoa'sliwa"fSe. Then aft It came opposite A schante. The Investigation Into the charge The Seminole war,; claims 'commis SPECIAL MEETING-'

!!"' ../ that porilnn/ of the. long line of 'arI I against Sheriff James,: C., ''Van Pelt! sion,, appointed by the Jut legislature

.. riots would thicken up and charge was held ,at Pensacola the past 'week to audit the claims of citizens for --
A" "'-o :" = --: $"'g( ''i-tt"-:" -""' .C6aL "'lagn - '-- with a wild ruth. Its| being''conducted' by Ernest Amos, the 'services rendered and property used "

. : : . .. . __ __ __ _ . _ 1: I could them state audlto; the Convention New Orleans Will Attempt -
--.- -.. ------ ----- -- p-- -- cltnrly see leav on toe whohad been In prosecution ctf the SemI(sole

CRATER VIL i 11 Peeing that tbe tlfnntloa -was growing \ walls mid "vanish into the depth directed. 'by the governor to makea wars,convened'In the'.enate chamberof :.tJ Have Dutle' en .Cottons "

Continued. most serious.., I at leugtb. by the beneath, some! of their number failing.bll'k thorough and searching examination the capitol at Tallahassee the past I 8d Product Lower* -Ex.,

"Then"make ready to die," said the dint: of the threats.* and of entreaties ourpeople, persuaded tocease slabbed ward on death.each occasion, shot or I The' charge which allege Improper week. Nearly ivll, of such, claims had pert 'Benton Reports.

ner.W.forH the world like the rlllaln 8rh.z"oplelll majority allots, to reload and Nest would come another. act In the I '! conduct toward a young female been, adjusted and paid by the state .

,of a transportlne .piece, and stalked for the rush.Scarcely Iraged,.. prlaooer'amed Maud Bltner. long ago; sad< the amounts so paid Facts from both sides In the con

majestically back .o the Holders.( prepare bad I tJODf''It'... when the Out from the hither side of the.1 who occupied a room In the jail for bad formed a. basis of the Indian war

I made 1117 Quad arrangements! and enemy came for us with a roar. l'bol1"e.would pour such of its defenders several week, were sent to the governor claim recently collected by tbe state troversy a* to why southern cotton

,looked anxiously at the mountain ere+!!t. t am bound to nay. that 1 should as were left alive, perhaps, three by. the, woman. In these she from the United State. Claim not need product exporter. lose thousand

a oonpJe) of 'mile or BO away, from or your, and perhaps a dozen makes several .. '
never bare believed tint\ Mfltuku, lint running very .Iou. allegations I 10 adjusted are now provided for by of dollar' monthly from negligent -
which be wist was now beginning to it In them to make such a determined for dear life, with tbe war-doga ,on I against the sheriff, and she "
called the the
was. the act of last legislature In of"ib.lr in steamships
lift but column smoke could I i goods -
no of heir tracks. I handling ,
i'I Ij' .charge upon ,to appear a* a witness and creation of the prevent Commission.
seep the I One! by one they would be caught were presented'it Monday's ex:
around base reiterate
A large party rushed her statement The
force The sheriff commissioners ,
I whistled, for It tie attacking toed up. flashed: the great and are: Hon. C. E. the Interstate
spear traordinary session of
bad been delayed or mad any mistake of the koppi; and attacked in flnnk, down fell the pursued dead.- .* I stated, that bets not guilty of. any 61j l Davis ,Madison; J. W.. Knight Citrus .
1 nblle the ethers swarmed whereverthey Cotton Seed Crushers' Association in
,' our petition was likely. to crow. f caw ten of our men leap Into one j thecharges- and that his conduct toward and J. H. Harvell, S.nta'Roli. county. .
could get: a. fpothold. so that we 1 New Orleans.
,
pretty warm. large: scbanRe, but although I watched the woman was aM that could The last two named represented their
We bud barely enough water to wet were taken on <'very< side. be and that Action was taken to combat to"rt'len -
".'irpr' I cried; and we did, -with'terrible for "ome time nobody came out. | desired, furthermore h. respective counties, In the, last legis
the mouths of the and wt "n tariff which claimed to
I.U. once effort.Many ., Afterward we inspected the place, gave her more consideration than oth- lature., Among'the attorneys representing are
flint wa* finished we could not bold tha business In
mid found these all dead together withtwciKytbree have cut down southern
er prisoners for the she
... of their men felt, but though reason that ctelms foiuclientsWer'Cromwell
place for long ID the burning cuiu annual
Maluku*. r' these product by ,2OCOtKH) )
the InFiery we checked= we could not .stop them. I appeared to be more refined and better Gibbons, Jacksonville lion A. '
At length, just a nun rose Neither side would give! In, and they ; ly. The convention nominated AlbertO.
They and rushed tbe "bratfortification educated than the'usual
('loM'\C up-
I uier the heights\ behind tin. tbeMaluku had fought out to tbe bitter end. person G. Hartrldge. Jacksonville; Col. R. W.
killing/ a good number) of placed In tbo Perkins of Memphis Tenn.? for
whom county jail. .nd"lion'!
soldiers of some tltlet'11hundrt'11 At last tiny neorcdthe second line Williams Fred T. Meyers,
.if... dprplldprlLq . United States expert abroad On the
---- - I While Is
were now assembled aet linM of: fortifications: behind which: the ,nothing. known as to the both of Tallahassee

j queer whistling noise, which ended non It*, wa for wp almost had no all time cold to steel reload work and whole remaining Maluku force, nuuitcrlnir ,I! final outcome, owingto tbe fact that Some of the principal claimants appearing IUbj.ct". cotton seed products This, ; a
In chant. '' nomination I I. to be appointment
the .
i n foiuo two thousand governor must review the on
men vtas reportof l before the commission
that suited! the Butlana habits of were
Next> some shots were .fired (for the rapidly 'II'blcb11\ be made by Secretary
assembling the auditor who conducted the In .
fighting well (enough for the stabbing! Captain John T: Leslie, Tampa; Samuel '
Mfltuku bad a few guns), but without One little pause to get tbelr. breath I Is Strauss of the department of commerce
vestigation. It not believed that the
effect (bough 'on. bullet passed just assegai was a weapon which they un E. Hope, Tarpon Spring, and .:.
derstood. and they camp at It with a mb and charges were substantiated. The In. and labor. Professor J If.
J. Peterson, Hlllsborough The
by a roan'a bead. r county.
Those of who n long wild shout of "Bulala Maluku" Connell of Dallas, Texas, was th.
our people escapedfrom | vestlcatlon was held behind closed
"A'ow i of the
they are going to begin I (kill the! Matuku) that report conimfHsloners will be
'thought to inyself. and I war not far tbe first line of walls took refuge through'me. went right I I doors, but It was understood that no prepared for presentation to the ,I'c. oi.ly; other candidate: for ,nomination.
: In tlfe' second, where I stood myself encouraging | the Mr. Perkins succeeds J. L. Hen ton of
wrong, for In another minute the body one excepting ;young woman ap- islature of iao9.Flsh.rmsn'a.
of men divided Into three companies! them and here tbe fight Then caste an answering shout, and i, peered to testify ..to the truthfulness Montlcello. Oa, resigned.
the
} ack about five hundred strong and. raped fiercely.Occasionally. sound I of our heavy firing, and presently of the charged against the sheriff. It Mr. Benton reported to the! convention -
saw retreating Luck"For
men
of tbe
.parties somewhat
o.1 lieralded by a running fire, charged at cnensywould fewer' lu Lumber i Is expected that fully a week will expire his observations upon the causes
ban
force a only to perish! they had .
. XJur; on.tbe hither side beneath, the Butlana! advanced.: before the governor: make his have been Invaded of the losses of southern shippers. -(
men were! now till well undercover by nonresidentfisbermen "
spears Their welcome had] been n warm one, decision In the matter public. Mr. Benton told of the enormous
: and the fire did harm. and
ns no Sheriff Tlpplns decided '
for tbe Maluku Debt!; "splendidly behind \ waste In cotton seed products, due
I' mounted on ti. ro-.-k. so a a to command Bnt still they kept It up, and I caw wall. II to put a stop to It, and secureda
a flew of aa much of the kopplcand. Hint, fight as 'we' would we were I Some New CorPltr tlon.. small boat river to careless handling by tlwimshlp
down the
This decided me that it slatted:$
plain a* possible, and yelled to doncjed. was necessary Bank Winter Garden Winter! Gar lines, and of the loss to American
I to create a diversion and after two days' search, .arrested
our men to reserve their fire,till I gave We were altogether! outnumbered, i den, D. ilcKlnnon. president; G. S. Bhlpera thereby estimated as high"as
If we did not lo>> BO, )It seemed very four of tho Invadt'r., Th4.'.. were carried ,
tbe word, and then to boot low, und and to make 'matters wore, fresh Dorry cashier. Capital Mock 15000. 1000.000 In a single )'(M'. As an
'reload bodies of soldiers were pouring probable that vte should be worsted to Fort Myers, and fined $20 and
aa quickly aa irarsible' across
after all. I l'nloo'art'boulle and Ginning company. example of how this waste occurredbe
I knew that like all native, they the' plain to the assistance. of our assailants. cost, each: of which: was Immediately
I called to the Jennings. Captltal stock 5000. said:
:were sure to be execrable shot. and : curtain of our little paid and tbe prisoners released. Evidently -
force. nnd rapidly ) the Davla Loan and Trust "We find In New Orleans today
that they were armed with weapons So I made up njr; mind to direct: a i' put position before company the sheriff was pleased with,

made out of old gas pipe, no the only retreat Into the' care, and therex- aim.Seeing. I II I Tampa. CaVltal stock $25,000: the bcul. for only a few hours later waiting for export 5.000 tons of meal 4'

} chance" of' doing execution was to let prp; Jil a manner as heroic as olrourj- the urgency' of the occasion, I Farmers' Union Warehouse and he again departed and returned three from five different firms. This meat '

tbe. i enemy get right on to us. stances would allow: and while mentally be ngreed with me that we must. risk Storage company) Greenville.I Capital Includes five different brands. Of S
afterward with
,.. On ,they came with a rush. They lamenting my bard fate, and reflecting tt.-aud In two iiiinufeR more we were, clock 13,000.Farmers' .' days twenty pt'lsonennlllt'tt''n the total amount 4.0UO tons of It 1a

were within elgbty'yards now, and a athey : on my sins, I fought away with the exception of my own men, Union of Baker county, negroes and one white I choice meal. The remaining l.ooo(

drew near the point of attack I like a 11ei d. whom I left to guard the wounded, j I r Sanderson. Capital stock, $5,000. man. tone Is dark badly ground and with

observed that tbey closed their ranks. I It "'a..t\Il'II\( < I remember that I shot trotting across til? oi>on since ami !: JThese.; however were not nonresident -
Themellla & {;o., Tampa. an excess" of lint and hulls. All
,which; wa..ao much tbe better for ".. my friend the captain of our escort of through the deserted town, toward the t; I' George ( fishermen, but were using atop
. this mal. Is loaded into a vessel. at
"Shall we not fire. ,. my father" suns the' previous day. spot where the struggle! was taking Capital l stuck $25.000. nets of illegal length. After being

out tbe captain. lie had caught sight of me. auo). place some seven hundr yards away.: brought up, they were tried before New Orleans without regard to' the

t "No confound Tonr-! answered. making a vicious dig at cy stomach In seven or eight minute we reacheda 1 I Judge C. 1C. Harrison of Tampa. who. Judge Isaacs and bound over to the classification shown on the marks Indicating e

+ Sixty: yards- fifty! forty' -i thirty. with a spear (whlcJi! I successfully: group of huts-It was e lI'adman'lIkrall. 1 held the position of county judge of 'the brand.. All a result It
fall of circuit which
term the at
Fire you scoundrels I yelled, setting dodged), shouted out or rather beganto that was situated about a hundred 1 | Hlllsborough for sixteen years! having court Is pretty well scattered over the! ship. '
the !shout out. one of bill vtleasnnt: allusions and twanggoal.. behind the for time they will" be given a final hear
example by letting off botb barrels been succeeded by Judge F. J!. HoI Since this carlo does not fill theboat'
of to tbe "Thing tint tl f'dall-and took of lag .
my elephant CUD Into-tbe thickest posaesslon' Itunoburt'Hl.
bles, the Incumbent, announces that capacity, a few thousand barrel
part of the company opposite to me. He never got as far as bites." be- I j -
candidate for the of cotton: seed oil rolled In
be are on
I Tbe he will again a
Instantly the place rang wltb"tbe cause: shot him after "that. enemy was too much engaged
discharge of two hundred and odd Well the game was u?. with the foe in front ot\,\ Item to notice! "+| office. Judge Roblea declines reelection ,_J--fsted- on' an old charge of env top of the meal. A few of the'barrel

guns., while the! air was torn by tbeJIIlugf' Already. saw one nan throw: down us, and besides the, broken ground and there are besides Judge liar- Deleting school funds, while superin-- .break, a few of the tacks are torn. ,

of every sort of missile from bIll IIpl'llr.ln token: of.IIUrl"t'btlt'r-wlldl rose in a hogback shape between. j risen several! prospective candidates, tendent of education of Marlon, S. C. and both cargoes; oil and men

Iron pollen down .to slugs and pebbles. act of cowardice cot tint LI* ,.life! !, ,Tbero'' we .waited a minute or two among them E; VvWhltaker, formerly J. "'. Berry was conveyed to South more or lees damaged.

oaed( with lead. when: suddenly a shout arose: aud recovered our breath while 1 gave* municipal judge of Tampa Judge Carolina by Officer Johnson pf Tampa, "."Upon.unloading. the meal sacks h.
The result was "Ixtok: at tbe mountain* they cried my directions. who took him Into custody 1K'acJawarr.nt .
I very prompt. ; I A P. Urockway who was defeated by on a arc, hoisted by a single rope from the
The Malokna "there I."an leapt CIII the aountalnside. : So 1OO11. .. we beard tbe Butl.ina '
were that
so near ire from that state. Berry landed
." f i I Kohles; G. 8.1'11.. of Plant, City. hold of the ,"vessel and are dragged s
Impl begin to
: could not, infos them and at thirty cjinrjre again, we were! to
,yards a lead-coated! atone out of a gas- I glanced up. and there sure enough ran out in line to the brow of the hog I Judge Young, .John C. White' and D.f'M' In Tampa some years ago and engaged along the floor until they reach thewarehouse

pipe ]* as effective as.a Martini rifle!;.or. about halfway down the mountain back and,pour our fire Into the mass Branch.A In business as a salesman for the by which time several .

snort to.; Hearing the first fortification the long.plumed of tbe defender behind Ibe wall. -- Baltimore Supply company and, while more bag are broken. Having been

_ Our. rolled! the attacking soldiers double line of.:Us la's warrior Then! the guns were to>> be thrown I sailor named Terranc Rooney, so employed was several month ago loaded without regard lo bratlds.'Ibe

fcy the dozen while the survivors, fairly were rushing down t> battle, the bright down and we must charge with the f'M' has been! on the steamship Ala placed! under arrest for the same offense meal I* unloaded Jn! the same man '

frightened, took to their heels.. light of morning glancing!; on their al8t' L ., alleges that he" was put off at which caused his last arrest nero So many bags, moreover hare
.
We piled I them with' .:shot till theywerei spears. i We had no shields, bnt that could not without receiving hi-pay and lie gave a bond of $2,400 at the time, been ruined that It Is nselest! to attempt t'

: I out of range;, I made it very Afterward we !Iscx>Tercd that tbe be.helped; there would be no time to the British ambassador at which was subquently forfeited to collect the
applied to cargo
warm for JUem with the elephant gun reason of their delay was that they reload the guns., and It was absolutely according ,
though he had in the meantime returned
Its classification.
to
.fcy the way. and then we loaded up In had been stopped by a river In flood necessary that the enemy' should be Washington for the intercession of Instead the
and could the official for the securing of his to Tampa, where he has been meal Is I piled Indiscriminately
quite a cheerful frame of mind for we. D treGcb tie mountain crest disconcerted a( the moment that the In

had not.lost a man whereas'I could by dawn. main attack was delivered.Tbe rigbts'and United States Commissioner living for the last three .month Berry' heap of a ton each of
count more than. fifty dead and wound When they did reach It, however men, wbo were as plucky set Henry L. Crane of Tampa has taken claim that be supposed that the for weighing and sampling. The loose. I

; ed MstukDf.tOCb they;Instantly' saw that .'1e fight was of fellows as ever! I saw, and whose up the matter for investigation. Roo- charge against him had all blown meal, from the broken bags is apportioned

*only thing that.damped my ardor already, going on-was "In flower" as blood was now thoroughly np consented ney alleges that he and others of the over a* he Is Innocent, and hi. present to those piles which may be.

was. that, stare as I would, I could they put'lt-and so advanced at once to this scheme well the
see I though t could see crew were put off while the ship was prosecution as a* original short In weight At this stage; a cargo -,

no column of smoke upon. the mountain without Meanwhile waiting to had light fires. that they thought It rather a large order I I en route from Cuba to Mobile and charge Is ht the shape of a persecution which left the United States consisting
crest. they been
; observed as indeed I did myself.But parties at bis old home in *
by of 4.000 tons
their enforced disembarkation of choice
Half from the town and that meal
an hour elapsed! before any further parties of soldiers I knew that If tbe Imp! was '
; steps were taken against un. were charging up the steep side of driven liK-k a second (time the game i was for the purpose of evading the South Carolina.. and 1,000 tons of off meal Is now

Then. tbe attacking force adopted the hill to occupy tbe schaues and the would be.jipand for me!, at any rate, II| payment of their wagea. Commissioner reduced to all one grade, and that the '

:different tactic second line of. .fortifications behind it would be a case of the "thing that J I Crane discovered while Investlgat- Harry Altaian,. alleged to have been worst There' just enough lint and' +
'
r ,Seeing that ft was very risky to try them. bites," and this sure and certain know 1 I|i'
to rush at ns in dense masses, they! The first line they did not attemptto edge filled my breast with valor. I been, paid In the presence of the Immigration the county In" making!: repairs to "The Importer' therefore does not y

'opened out Into skirmishing order nndran reach or defend; JS'aJa' pressed them We bad not long to wait.Presently I I agent as required by the the county courthouse. was exoneratedby get tbe grade he has bought If we
across the too close.
open space In lots of we heard the Uutlana
war criminal atPensacola. could
court
law. a jury In the : guarantee him the grade
tire. and six.As But they get to the schnnses or pits cong swelling loud and long. we
; trial consumed two could get' more for
It happened: ,,right at tHe foot of protected with stone wails, and constructed They had commenced their' attack. I The southern cotton"<<:

L the kopplo.. the ground broke away a to hold- from a dozen to twenty I made a sign and tbe hundred unit The board of county commissionersof day, and abOut'abty witnesses were seed cake 'than Is paid for any other '

a little in such a fashion that It was almost Kfn, and soon began to open fire fifty men headed by myself, poured I Dade county have discovered that examined many of whom were character Sake; In the world." .
t
_ t Impossible for us to search it from them and from Isolated rocks.I out of the kraal, and getting Into a the general statutes of Florida give witnesses. Some of the men Mr. Benton said It will be a difficult .

effectually with. our fire. turned my eyes' to the gates of the rough line ran up the fifty or ,sixty prisoners charged with committing employed by Altman testified to receiving task to extend southern cottonseed

On- the hither side of this dip Wantt 'town, which were placed to tbe north yards of slope that Intervened between misdemeanors smaller sums of money than products trade abroad until
held the
>e's soldier were now congregating''In. and south. ourselves and tbe In jail awaiting :
crest of tbe bog. the amount drawn from the county delivery Is improved.
considerable trial the privilege of working on the !
numbers. backed
> Already they were crowded! with hundreds ridge. but the defense claimed
Of we did them In '' roads of the county instead of lying for them.
course
as much damage of fugitive women, and children, thirty second we were there, and had tbe right to chargeany -

as we could while they were""M ti fleeing to the rock and cares for slid Immediately beyond us was tbe main j In jail In Idleness and frequently" to .that Altman be''might" see fit for 'th* TABLES TURNED ON CALHOUN. n

: l ter'from tbe foe body of 'the Matuku host, walling tbD the detriment of the health of the price '

isquires As, for ourselves, the ,appearance of onslaught of the enemy with guns and prisoners who cannot give ball. The labor of his regular force. The Jury
I. Another
:What we bad not got. Naia's Impl 'produced? a wonderful: spears. commissioners decided to try the remained out'only a short time after 'Frisco Promoter to B* Tried .

Another thing wlla'tbat ao maoyofour change for the better in our position. Even now they did not see UII, so in scheme and passed resolution to,that being' .charged! by the court. on Bribery Charge. 'd

wen would Insist upon letting off Tbe, soldiers attacking us, realizing tent were they upon tbe coming at-I The California A
effect supreme
'
the things' they called guns at every that tbe town was being assailed from tack. Flans for the new county court- sustained the court baa

across JIttlfr1 knot' of the ,enemy that ran tale rear, simply turned.'a04.' clamberIng I signed to my men to take careful bouse ,at ,Montlcello 'have not a* yet. jury' which Indicted validity of the grand J
Colonel U E. Roberson recently appeared Schmltx.
down the aim.. Ruef
kopple. and
streamed
:
off suddenly the
to called out accepted by county comriilasloners. -
6 Thus the! first few, lots were Indeed to them board at been and Patrick Calhoun head
to before the of
protect their homes against this fire, which pardoning the Uni
new they did with but that the building Is
a will ,
practically ted
swept away, but after that. Lola Railway, and others "
enemy. dropping thirty Tallahassee, at attorney for In 'Frl.co \
*. It fo k a long while to load Ibe'C.." In five minute there was not "Cbargef I or forty Uatuku ? was an assured f. t".J. generally recognized for corruption ,
a shouted Floyd Suwannee'Couatywho
man of I "
Jllpe..-od old flint muskets, those who 'left exeept'thoae'who down again, throwing I ,, and a* its need I I. great and The decision t
would move no mi smoking of liquors. means that
sal
rifle, and convicted for the Illegal.. Calhoun
? followed got across drawing I general that the
11I.compa..th.Ur.tt4 the hope *
mere or. were too sorely my revolver urgent who Is now
tj 1 wounded! to an examplewhich they A fine of $300 had been .Imposed will soon announce out on heavy bond, must i ,
? escape. commissioner .
-followed
Fo(fiy own part..' I fired with snajcbing up their spear which wa commuted ,by Governor Und trial on a charge of bribing city
away ,I felt Incttned! to ejaculateSayedr( from tbe ground their selection and that building operation officials
where 'to R
the efefvbint gun and repeating carbine like the gentleman In the ply.,.' but did tberawbll. the fired. they had placed Broward to $75. at, the .requestof *, in earnest will commence lOOn.' secure franchise for hIs ;( t
street
.till l I tb*> gre.nr: aJmot too hot,to h not because t theA occasion was too The men set up a Colonel Roberson..., railwayALLEGED '
IfUt-mrandlyldual efforts could do notb- .'. savage whoop and f
eriou*. .. -
we started.I '
,fag t"JtopU. l!'rush or county \John M. Taylor, assistantcashier ;, L
erHptlbtJ'JHlf'ijiU1' What T: didvraa: to master all the saw tbe Matuka Sheriff J. P Brown>t Br rard '
i, number of our enemies. men and reckon soldiers! wheel of. the; Southern railway, was found :TO BE INSANE. t
losses. round
tip our to hundreds that notwithstanding
announaa .
utterly wishes to
Irth there were at least a thou They amounted to fifty-one killed nd at this new development taken aback ; dead In.his bed at his boarding houseIn MSan'Who. -
0 croWfrf/hJf the dip of the '' of the situa the numerous teywrts'eirculateI. Instigated
1\1, wounded sixteen men 'baring been tion. '- J'acklOn.me when be Van.ouv.r; Riot r r
was called
..t, gront3 wrtCTn a few yards of1' us, killed outright. And looking w throughout ''th* atat* that tile Placed Und.r Arrest f,

4 wbeupe.tho9tl Df"t0 Tjo bad 'cans Then I '.sent ""men with 'the cooking) h ad ever them saw we Walters- "brdbeea'captured'be' topreakfasL: He was in usual health_ A. .

: kept j'VIla contlnu sIlJaale upon th e pots to..tbe stream for'water. and we thing gone else. twenty' yard, I some" negro who assaulted Mr*.; .,- ; A. the night previous. His death .1 is be Et Fowler, secretary. of 'th41. Seattle , 'c

k9PPId 1'P>. L drank.. .,: .;' For, of a sudden, as, .. ?fsatlU. ; j a t.Urft Uered .to, be due...to natural. causes.Mr Antl-Aalatio; Association,:' hag. + 4

f,,.Tb. ecttl"O y 1MaN..1D flit* This done,*! set my bearers.:as being{ : risen from tbe though they ld icon as the .negro I*.c&P.tiJred\pherUr .,'Taylor was, well known 'among been arted ,at ..BeUlngham., Wasb.. '
...a.oao ed;.a third for.. beJus tbe-lI'oat tyeleer earth there! appeared ; tbatpff.cG:! charged with
of :>
; parf Insanity.'
t ; the.eenamsnlty lbove'1bewall, ,hundreds- Brown will;cJv.Dou railroad men. II*, had been connected Fowler took '

.t.t op of the kopp, thew met r from' a flgbtlng- point of sew, to the spear. followed of (great lathe n.antlnehi wls*eec ...,, part In the anti-iapaneke s
'r,. wen e r the tuk ..*f...attending. tte by hundred of savage look ,,witli.th: Southern railway by 'a riot atVan.c Rk
; Injured face .lIa.y ; '
couYer .
,,, and *,shadowed "" stat .to keep ; a:creek or soago "
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eqv. r .. a'4;:: ; a.. S* ( claim/.that' h.' .
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J i'I' ,Woman! lIe! c.. AfWaviVfWrt. Turner r ,J In Pt.BN, MVYear4r; '' b> OH. 'Trust.Me 'wi'th sever.tfeiadaches.

}1 di wan, tl rWd.. Fatal, .: ,. ** Uknenees; ngs of, '
';Pointed Out t to Cotton' Growers keo.w'm' Courthouse "dow. of., ,Pennsylvania's"; CMgsrttfo, MOJlC pof1. .. , '
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'" / county, Kentucky,- is charged withthe ".... I subsidiary companies 'of the

t'URGENT: APPEAL'SSUE( killing of Senator William dot* FOURTEEN IN-JHE LIST Standard Oil'company at the hearing _
seM 4 Mm I
I ,! bet.; ,oC ', ', r In New York Wednesday;:'when Prank
+ ..._, Kentucky, in an. affidavit by ..BIB.t .
", ;t I 13. Kellogg.who is con4ucU! the federal
& E
Clark
Mrs. Lulu :
which 'Among Them
was 1
puw
t' Farmers Must:. .Stand .Bnoulder te : Many Prominent Meta, a suit succeeded' la placing 'iipon
!listed. .excl nivdly by the Richmond., "
the records the at f seventeen ot
Shoulder Demanq for the! Mini.',, Congressman, Implicated In Crook'r .profits
Ind* Evening!' item Saturday,, In Mrs the prloAipaV subsidiary\ companies Ithe
Price j iq .. .
l mum of Fifteen Cents.! ed Deals -- All .Are Held a.
Clar .
Affidavit, :which was taken at rears 1903 and 1)08. Tha statement '
... Loyalty Means 5uoo.... Indianapolis! on April ;i, 1901. i in the $60,000 Ball Eaoh. of the earnings.ot the Standard Will ,GureYou.Tbe r

President law offices of ex-Governor( Taylor, -- Oil company of 'Indiana which was user i* the main-eprihq for the whole body.. To snoot
, National S. Bars of Kentucky, she says that her maiden The Jong-expected.: arrest' of 'ih"l.b recently fined' $n,200.000'b)' Judge good health, one must'keep' the liver la good order. .To do so,
the Farmer. a regulator is needed. U"l'bInaw1U tratyonr liver In tho.o;.*
: out rett an of appeal tothe Union members has given( ,Dame :was Lulu.Williams and she was ld t.o-1ie' responsible, for the fraud,. Landls of 'Chicago"for rebating disclosed : dition' it should be and you wilt not Buffer from headaches.. _Ii .
t'.' of the born at Rotbwell, Menlfee count, committed"'In ;the JurnUhlng and decorating that 'In,1908 the company-earn '
. Melon! throughout the cotton-.belt{ to Kentucky \but lived most of her lu. ed 'no' lens than'$10,51t.082. on a catitaliaauon .A POSITIVE ,CURE. ''1 Yt
stand nrm for the mlqlmum prlc_ oIL and at the? time 'of Goebeimuseher of Pen .ylvanla's; 1S,000,000 of 11,000,000, :; over'=,1.000 ? ,. I. I' ...

cents, showing that If ..tbey'do. home. war at Mount Sterling Ky capitol werelmade Wednesday at Harrlsburg per cent. The Indiana comp.ny.In CONSTIPATION, CHILLS! AND >;

,, victory Is aure to be theirs-.He says:,. [ She is a. niece of Judge Frank Day, 'I the, attorney general causing 1904 earned more th.a 'any subsidiary FEVER;BILIOUSNESS, 'MALARIA, ?.*

Just after the annual convention at of Frenchburg Ky.. and also of .1... warrants- to be Issued for fourteen of company of the big combine. ,AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS; ,

Little Rock has named ,15 cents a Williams. of the same place, 'She has the eighteen PerIOD.and firms named 10' 11101 the Indiana'-company's profits L
, : pound as the minimum price whicu a cousin named Gertrude King ,$8,863.410 so that la two Good.ilpi.
way were, ,. Has .Done A World Of; .
t. the southern farmer 'should receive lived at Maysvllle at the time of Goobers by the Capitol Investigation: ,commission years the'mother trust received from' .

, for his -totton.during the ensuing year, murder Miss King' was at that' as being Involved In- the scandal. .' the Indiana, 'company more than", $18.- J c. D.'1'hiUer.: Marble Falls liver''1'esu.I''trrlte&f.' "I haven
the specualtors In' the cotton rack time Those for 'whom warrants were Issued 'I used Uerblne and find It the best ) correotlve I have i i i...
keeping company with John Sanford 000,000
: ..profits. tried. It done tny family a* well as myself a world of g ,
Slave managed to depress the markets of Covlngton! Ky. are.' The Standard Oil 'company of' New and I reoommendTit to aU-my frlands. ,1 never sullen iro. : .
and to beat down the price Upon the day ot Qoebel's murder Joseph M. Houston, architect,. and Jersey 'owns 9.990 shares of the In- headaches "
-*. I address to yon this line as. a'' fraternal the two girls 'went to Frankfort. Kl)". his active assistant, Stanford B. Lewis., dlana company'n'stock.' The Indiana anymore50c WILL BUY IT. ''''l

appeal to hold steadfast to the They started to enter the state hour both ot Philadelphia. company "Js capitalized for $1,000,000.The '

A council.*.of rour ''annual convention. by the rear entrance and' when on John 'H. Sanderson Philadelphia dividends paid by the Standard Ballard Snow Liniment', 'Co., ".

:and 'with herolo, fidelity to abide its the steps a shot was fired.: At tn. chief contractor' for' furnishings. Oil company of Indiana last-year aggregated
ultimatum 'to the 'markets of the same time they! noticed a ,man stana- Congressman H Burd ,Cueel, Marietta $4,485,500. or a''little more thaa. 500-503 N.-Second St., ,$T LOUIS.MOsetSold

world. ing Just Inside the., door whom. they treasurer and executive officer 8.000000 less than the profits.Mr. .

,Hold 'ourcettonfor,18 cents and recognized as Sanford., In a ,minute of, the Pennsylvania Construction company Kellogg developed during the vFor OJ
"old .it., until itbrlnpsth. ,'contractors for steel filling case and Recommended by
price.The a second man came running out. of day while Clarence a-. Fay assistant
National Union when .It fixed the-building, dressed like a mouot k"- James H. Shumaker, Johnstown. Pa. comptroller of. the Standard Oil company '

" the minimum, knew ''more; obout 'the eer, and carrying a rise lie ran to former superintendent of "publlosroundl' was on,the stand a curious process i Sale .at ROBERSON'S DRUG ;;STORE.

situation than. any >,cottou tambler or Sanford and said: ..__, and"buildings., who receipted of.the' .financial"bookkeeping( .
combination of cotton gamblers..' for the furnishings,,
It 1'got the -- --. handling of 'accounts which Mr. Fay KfSIMMEE'
:Was not fixed upon an impulse or an That man was recognized by 'the Qeorge F.: Payne( and :hi. partner failed'' to 'zpla.1n. From figures submitted

-.L uncertainty, but after deliberate aslant as 'her friend '''Turner Igo ot Charles Q. Wetter' both of Philadelphia It was shown that the Standard
- study and Investigation. Farmers Rowan Kentucky. builders of the (capitol and contractors York In 1904.
county ; Oil company of New .
With all my heart and' with all m;,. Both men ran out of the building 1 1a to for the'. $303,000 attic made a profit of 17,711,160. and paid B1VEE EbtTa:

, mind urge' you to the last limit ot fence, where Sanford gavea. pair William P. Snyder Spring City, Pa, In dtyldands to the Standard OH company ,

,, your ability t. hold. .teadf..t to this of shoes which he ,was carrying to former auditor general who approved of New' Jersey 'the total sum of STEAMER LILLIB, ..STEAMER R08EADJt;:'1'

policy adopted by your National-: Igo, who exchanged his boots for the warrants of the contractors. $32.998.430., Captain. Clay Johnson Srj, Captain Clay Johnson..;" .Jr.:,

Union. them.. The men then disappeared.The William. Mathues. Media Pa., former The statement'of'dividends and profits Regular 'Ve.kly trip ,to Basalng-erY return. 'RoseadI'1.; y Xlsstasnee . ><
The present status. make a definite arrant states that Igo told herat state' treasurer who paid. the bills In 1906 .of seventeen of the subsidiary TuMdsr morning and arrives TUsslmmee ITrtdar'.evening.' .

;. and 'decisive crisis In the history 'of Mount Sterling on January 25, of the contractors.Charles' corporations of the Standard Special Charter Trip to Lake OkeeoM.. and Vtort 117.... on ike LUlte. .

.. our great organization. 1900 that he was l going to kill Ooe- F. Kinsman,,Wallls Uolleau. Oil company of New Jersey: as .presented Comfortable accommodation for paJseacers. Rat. reasonable.. .,
Up' to this date the farmer has bel and that she saw him afterwards John O.' Neiderer and George K. in the federal proceedings now The most picturesque Wflterws/ Florida. "

-, worked opposition and against thepossibility at Jeffersonvllle.. lad:,, and be reminded Storm, all of Philadelphia, stockholders In progress follows For, .Passenger and Frelcht Rates apply to ,v.
:-In the Pennsylvania Bronze company : CLAY' JOHNSON Bit. Proprietor.' '
of defeat. her that he bad fulfilled his prom Atlantic Refining.'company.< capital
Sanderson for tbmanufacture Oa board -Utlle," Klsslmmee.;,Fla .,
,,0 We have won victory after victory; ise. organized by $5.000.000; dividends $2,249,955; prof :

by this splendid policy. We stand She also says that Sanford had told of the $2,000,000 lighting its. U. OC;37.

now face to face with a combination Gertrude King;, a few days prior to fixtures: : ),! ..... 1 Buckeye Pipe' Line company( 'capital ''

which affords U. ,an opportunity' to Ooebel's murder,.,that he. Intended u Frank Irvine, auditor In the auditor $10,00000(1dl.ldeod.; ( ;< *?$5,799,798;; t Whatv- ". I'' .. !'I':
show the world that the southern farmer savingHere Is general's' office who.'audited -the''' accounts ? '
kill Qoebel, : my profits. $7.023.362.-; 1 *
Is resolutely determined to male* chance to get revenge The- legislature :.of th 'cont .cton.' .' 'C 1Unental.011 company, i.03.'capl. The ',People -Demancl

tarn his rights. The eyes of the .has met. Nearly all of the defendant appear tal, 300.00C1; 'dividends $408,000:; .profits .
world are 'upon him as never before The Evening Item also publishes ed during the day waived, I' hearing $575.043.:, the '
" lb'orsantzaticm'll\; between and;en tered'ball for their appearance bf Corporations
': and the history of correspondence Caleb ,Powers Eureka Pipe Line company; capital
,- the future will 'depend In no' small and.the persons wbo secured the In the Dauphin county court. The $3,00,000> ; 'dividends. $3,949.634,; prof.
the and fidelity)' afterwards Investigated principal defendants'were held In $60.- .
degree upon courage affidavit and its. $2,433,104.Galena' .s.lIato"Johtl C.'Spv -
with which he meets the' present sit It. allegations for verification, show; 000 ball, which was'' furnished In every Signal company, capital $10.- "By- ;' -," onlrs/. -, 'I

t,. uation. For ,three years you have .lug that the expenses for the Information ' Instance'; .by surety companies.All 000,000;<' dividends. $1.377.200? profits, .. ,', of.Wisconsin' ., .

won out In"ev rT'propo.IUOD that yon I gained were paid from the the defendants are charged with $2.803.066., HQ f people, without doubt, demand' 'a .reatV.ID.....
have presented'to the ,business vcrrl.!. 'Powers defense fund through John conspiracy to'cheat and defraud the Indiana Pipe Line company, capital.$1,000,000i publicity iq the'details of corporate' uaaageeaeat and

Win' ,.once more
I..ue and It ,will be henceforth easier Marshall.. .Glbonot Louisville. Ky, were approved by 'Houston and Shu- its.,. $2.314,583. dishonest'admtnlstratton and -corporate..We.Wowlo
sailing for us all., The original correspondence ofPowers' maker. Charges of obtaining money National Transit company; capital, public. There. -determined and widespread ,dsmgy
You have the" key to*'the situation.. and the copy: of the affidavit by false- pretense were also -entered $250,450,200; dividends, $8,090.330; reform wherever*neform is needed.: All rnniT'rilHsesis'

You have the cotton, you have the.warehouses are In the possession .pf The Item; against Sanderson,'congressman Cassel. -' profit,' $1,929,767. ': united without regard to party affiliations ia the'deaesW
only Payne and Wetter, It .being al company'capital. the extirpation: : of part; ]lIio' ae to'aMoaf: MM* tipsgr.4ters ,
and It to these you New York'11ranllt '
; The people deawM, tkat the. obUaBtioaa et
: .
add tbe courage, the business stamina M YEARS FOR 'THE ..JONES'BOYS.. leced for that .greater they furnished amount than fictitious.bills the) $5.000.000; dividends $!M9., ? 8f; profIts teesblp. public" and corporate, Hall, be i'14S. P..lyOll.tr44) ; aad I.,,

and the common .enco hold your a 2343282. , hall be adequately punished. They dessaad that railway rebates
own, you need not fear'' the future' Jury' Returns, Verdict: ef Guilty' With were,. entitled, to .receive under their Northern Pipe Line, companyi;,capital unjust discriminations shall absolutely and permanently ..... -It ... '

Do not be."'scared by they eon;;,..racy - Recommendation to Mercy, .contracts.The" ; $1,000,000; dividends $2.000.00,0 JproflU. able that corporation. created by the state,, primarily for the:publlc ,t
t'' which baa been begun to make At S:30 o'clock S.turday'momlDC a action taken by the attorney ,' $1.591.614., and service clothed with the power.of eminent domain, shall-carry the
: part with your>cotton ,for ,less reached In the caaesagaln.t general was the outcome"ot an allegation Solar Refining company 'capital. kind of freight,between the same terminals forgone person or corporation at ',
you
than the minimum price.;. verdict was and Porter Jones ..atBatonton made by. State Treasurer $500.000{ ;' dividends, UU; 60; ,profits a I secret and. le..er.rat. than it exacts at the same tune .from,a. competitor
Albert.
liam H.Berry during the campaign of for .discrimination, and its inevitable effect Is to build up one to the ruin
j:, J do not 'ask you to bold ypur cotton Oa. The jury was out all the state by charging $1.253,819. ot another, and especially to establish ant nourish, Industrial. or'other'busi..
1805. He startled 'capl.. .
;, to the Injury of your creditor. night and brought In a verdict!" of to, the state treasury Southern Pipe'Line com paD). ness monopolies. But the sanity and reasonableness of the .American'\ 'people ,':
C} Every farmer's duty I. to 'pay his guilty with' a recommendation for that, according furnishing ., $$5.000,000; dividends, $4.693.938 ; must not' be underestimated. They-want Justice not vengeance. 'Tney:-real-' ."
the bulldlnc
j debts but this Is a period"when .the 'mere)'. Judge Lewis passed sentence books; andt cwt : proflU. $4,649,506.Standard ice the 'large dependence c f our prosperity upon the great transportation: .;
bad $13-
Individual farmer and' the Farmers and gave the boys. (9 )'ear.', Impris of the state capitol 1 Oil company of' Iowa cat poratlohs- and the latter must realise that'they' are-dependent, upon tbe people 1
>000,000 and not $5,000,000. as had been dividends $3,904,80*; well astheir prosperity '
Union can use 'their influence with onment.. .teal. $1.000,000; for their exlstencd'a., .
','h; their merchant friends tot induce them Attorney Cooper made a' motion fora generally believed* and that $9.000.000of bulleS- profits $673,977.Standard ," '......a....e'aas>.feaaa.aa.aaa' .

\. to bear for' a ,little while with any trial and the Judge fixed the the money went to furnish the Oil' company of Indiana "
new
He charged that $5,000,000 of $4,425- .American '*. Heiresses ,'in"Good'for'NotHtrig
Inc dividends.
;' farming debtor whom the local union date for hearing the motion on the '- Got capital. $1,000,000; " Tax .
'c
: pare ar fL' .
the $t. OOOoo, was .
.
confidence $10,516,082.
their ,
profits
to. 600
, nay recommend third Monday In October. a\ Gray'sJones officials ;
other state
ernorPennypacker.; Standard'Oil'company ot Kentucky, '
Europ'e'
r> and regard. county.In .
denied the
Let every, farmer face tbe situation passing sentence Judge' Lewis and the: contractors capital. $1,000.000; ;;dividends $1,994.-
and as God bas pros Albert charges, but the agitation for an. Investigation COO profits ,$1,307,750.. .
..; without fear, said that the evidence against ;:
Immediately began Noblemen Yankee
which New York, Marry
and as his A. Standard Oil company) o;
"
': him In other years t..r.ctorT.ent.t. l. "
d y'' piyed union has prepared" for him In the :was new, not trial will necessitate a change ,1 continued'a*until"commission, the last legislature to'Investigate app capital l. :USIJ..f.OOO>' ; .dividends,49Ofi0'proSts $10> Girls' Solely. 'for Their'' Mo'nyA ." i
pointed ; $9,160.310,
his let him put the :
storehouse for crop of venue as the Jury box of county
his shoulder'* to the shoulder of' bit ) was >almost exhausted: In making the "whole.aIIalr. 'f;.Standard '011. company of Ohio cap: By Paul, .d M. rlon.' '
dividends $174.960 ; "
,
brother 'and.breathing courage' con: the jury.Robert ital. 3500.000;' "A..n.vw. "
:
up KIDNAPER CHEATS THE PEN.Under "" .A.. -
tai 'fldence and determination.Jet him re T. Adam., for the murder ot e -" proflU $1,009.526. capital. U5 ,. ', ".r "' .-..,: .- V-. - ,

'peat to the world the statement that whom the Jones boys wee'r convlted Sentence of Twenty Years Harrison. Vacuum Oil company: 'Dot giren'Pr0nt., :,: \ N this.matter of ,the Immenseexportation of money,,from .
'dividends:
the. man who buys his cotton muM was, a welt known planter and a .''Fire* Bullet In ,Brain. O.000 i ; . America to Europe .by. means of heiresses, etc I have .often' ,-"'
pay him: 15 cents a pound member of a prominent family.. $1,449,575.i believed that some, kind ot tax shouldbe, ulPOD It.. , "( ,
Before he could be' apprehended"by. ". ____ Particularly, have I for a .long tlmVthbu.ht that'a tax"of j ,
CITIZENS HORSEWHIP PREACHER NEWS FOR WOULD.BE BENEDICTS the- NorfolU. Va:.. police' at the' ..- TOM JOHNSON '!NOMINATED.' d ,so mo kind should be placed 'on the+;income which"''Amer!.

,- '- quest of the North Carolina authorities , -. "H lean women carry to Europe after their marriages' "to foreign ;

A C... of "Affinity" That' Turned put Thousand Marriageable English! GirlsComing' Joseph Harrison of Currttuck Slated for Fourth Term as Mayer ofCleveland noblemen. Those grood-for-nothlng, fellows'marry American-' e:
Disastrously. county, that! state put .a bullet In ,' Ohio girls solely for,i their money and some'' taxation hems
Most to 8..k 'Husband*.. Wednesday afternoonat should be worked out to save at least a portion of this outgo.. ,.J
'
brain late .
bin nomInated
kr.. ; ,Citizen of the little ,town of'Krem- The remarkable exodus of'marriageable Gladstone hotel. Mayor Tom L. Johnson was democratic It doa Dot seem equitable that these girls' fortunes. have,been all'made',
A the city
the
a'A take little :tock in' ,the by acclamation at Americans' from' good Amerlcaa 'Industry and by' good .American
..
i ling Colo., young...women' from England to Harrison was convicted of abducting convention In Cleveland. Ohio, by good :
' 'belle, that "'affinities"should. hers,full r 'ah4''Canada Is Beaton Beasley. a son of State Senator mina garnering .this -
" the United States i em- Satur&.y for mayor .to .oppose'.Congressman. .Does (toot eeem,utterly unfair .that this harvest, should
'awa,.. _- -v ,ft phasised by the departure from Liverpool M. Beasley)', all ;>f'Currttuck. The aVleged T.E., Burton the. ,;'JrepubU. .'taken''out of'the'oowntry'and be dumped Into the ,pockets. o( ,.some- Idle
They formed a' band of( "white capa" ,.nur.da); of'a.''thousand, unman' aqt was committed in 1805..,Tie: c eta,,"l1omln" for mayor. Mayor Johnson scion of nobility who never did .a stroke,orworkT v. 1 ; .
t. 'and 'dragged 'the:''H.v:' Hr 'Ifaaha-,a rled1' 'women, on the steamer Daltlo 'child'was: never found.-- Harrlson\wa* is,now a'Candidate fort'', fourth The* ctfuntry loses, not only'.the girl, who might have' brought ber."lf and,,
< more given'twenty years In the penitentiary,' acceptance'be. somegoo4.American; but;it also.loses many, millions JI1 ouR '
Methodist''minister with a 'wife and alone, .while, 'several, hundred term. 'In his'speech of ,her riches to ' "
zi' grown"amllT, 'trom ar room with'Miss .were 'among the total' ,of ,6,000 passengers but'Was'out'on -bond. His application said; -'> *f 'S"Shall : of it. . /. "* .,,. .' .. .L .-..it.- ... -.> "x '>\!'
' Ruth'i ''Shumacker,( and horsewhipped :'carried on three! trans-Allan- tor'i' a.DOW trial'was': deniedby/ ,the., 1 we have a monopoly-owhed; v'f"!,

.o him until he. begged for mercy" , The tic steamers' which sailed during; the North Carolina. supreme court; Tues.Lay :sty' or, shall 'we. have'. a"'ojtyownedmonoDoty : ',;I't
'
'
;, girl was uni tares dar. ?** '

rti PARLIAMENT:; FOR CHINA;/ 'THIRTY-TWO PASSENGERS. 'HURT COMPLAINS. OF: CASH r-r FARES* &: MOOR ARE FINALLY';' SUBDUED US FOR .
,' SEE
r '-: "
First Move I. Made for"'Olviny Chinks' pad'Wreck on 'Southern That Was Georgia Commission Asked. .to Stop the Allied Troopsof* France and: Spain ,,51- ; ., ; 4 t..

i ' .JLeolslatlve'Body.{ 1: ., i .' Devoid "of 'Fatalities.'Thirtytwo . ,Roads,from Charging .Extra Cent. proved( 'TOO' Much for Them. ' ' .
An Imperial edict' was Issued at weer injured, Acomplaint has been 'made' to'tta. According .to dispatches received In .::
passengers
Friday, ,;authorizing$. .., '" commission of.Oeor&l" about Paris from Ca'sa' Blanca;,tie'mission"which" 1M ,
i Pekng'China; .
one seriously, by the derailment i 4.+bl
Prince Pllin and Sun Ant\ in.coopera -of' them Wash allroa4 e"wkich permits ;railroads to"chaiie : ,took..Gen'-ral'ISrnde to Morocco. .:. h,JOB'IjDRK (Jtw
,to of' the Chattanooga and centa'mtle: of accomplished. 'The,
K* with grand .council frame'teg. an extol passengers tiU'been fullj' Tr
lion establishment ,ol,. .ay ).ctou.Unilt; d train ,on the! Southern eglectcd or the tribes now ap :
ulationa, ''tori the i >> ; *rho haT!",el ierj "been. allbnilaalon.0 all! f
'council' of deUb83uon"to aid the gO?:- railway, Just north of Ryans Siding. unable.,through;some reason,,toy pro- pearsto ba 'pracUcall1'uiure&: 1'helbesmea' A> ? .

.nment.eo' that the Apundatlon ,maybe : : Va.,. early Sunday.- A 'broken rait was I -vlde 'themselves with tickets before will. .return to,agricultural

laid' for> ':a., parliament' : ,tho, causa' "of, the accident: ", I boarding .tae\traln.. ,.. . i I :liurauitL 1i,,__ .
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Offfe I in'Valley aueUe'Sui1din&, fruit market all over the country New Goods FreeNew AM Sorts I .t
,toeiodioaUons' that these fc .
> -.OBOGOLa COUWrr.TiA. and with :
,. bleb' values will continue throughout& "Of ;
the the outlook for Uie Fldrids
winter
.. W.. It. HARRIS., Editor swd PrpVKATES citrus I. bright. There Is NOW ARRIVING EVERY DAY. ..
grower very ,
danger, however of getting prices too NEW THINGS ;
BuIl8C&IPTJOM DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
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IQ. _. ... ,. ... .. . l1O4 M blgb. Mant growers are bold Ing' tbelr CreDajetdb '
:_wpl.s.rsa .....'..''..'.'.'. ...... .., : w fruit and it Is teamed that sodas offs For '
..py.th.nh... ..... ....,... : ,
them expect" as high as M for grape .

fruit. These prices may materallM C. W. DAMNOutffitter Standard .
l J: ___.All_. '.'.'-.-.p wt-irww nr..... later' and U they do the operator. who i
11af_ -s- tom srt .. ra...d ..Ir Is now buying and UM grower who is 1
Anal ear. holding' bit frviu. and intends to for Men; Women and Ciuldren.I. I !

+ ......Mtb.sa- KU- F.,.. consign to good bouses will reap a ...... ...... ...... '""" - FashionSheet ; i ft.
.....a__man_. rich harvest.Ilnt : Men's

on tile other band the commercial ... "_ I,
.grower who follows the. busiaes
Friday, September 27,1007 from',ear to J' .r.11I no doubt get rid s ITS A BEAUTY s {

of his fruit wben be woes liberal remuneration ' Women'si .
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Pensaeola's ". or dr,," election for it and not take chances I.: Sunny South I'siab Sl !

will be held next Tuesday, 'and from on what comes late Tbe latter Is, of i illustrates Ac most .

'this distance It looks a* Itbe dry course, the safest plan but sometimes up.to-datestyesixt anti i CliildrenffcWear

will WiD, U the most pro4table.Paeker.6eral .
not
$ INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors. *- a Way that wfflde&ght .

r 11 Is sftidrUn Orlando .&.loon men Robert E. Lee $....NNNe.NNNN --.-.-.....-.....--...--..- I I
will'close their places of ''business October i Was the. greatest general the world . you. l

In and will not open again oo1 has ever known. Hal lard's Liniment.Snow' #H i LIVERY SALE and BOARDING i :'D1fAY s .
.M the county roes wet 'at the election Liniment is'tbe' greatest .
+ to. be held October. &h. Quickly cures all ./aT' It Is within = . ._ 102 i
be- reach ot all. H. ,Pointer This, .__.....--.....-_._.........__--( .. ',.......i..01 ,
Uempstefcd. Texa.rIte. : 1 4J
Some lime ago the city council .of that Hallard's Snow Lln- equipped '$ il
/ I. to certify Well with New Stock and Vehicles and STANDARD.AT Ts
,Tampa raised the license on saloons I meat has been used In my ho use- $
In that city, and now the saloon JDenbat'e hold for years and has been found to 4' prepared to meet all' demands with Perfect Satisfaction. .- .
together and" ID retailatloo be an excellent Unime-nt- for Jlheu- 4 $ PATTERNS
goueo matte pains I am never without 'it."' F .
p r '" raised the prtae'of :'drink from Bold at Itoberaon }*harmacy.ooopooooooooooooooooooo. ]I: $ t KATZ'SJohn 1't

1.5 to 30,ants I I.. .'.. HEAVY .HAULING. A SPECIALTY. . i' *(0cr J 15c None Higher
0John ,
Major r.e..aJ.V. 111 I am' H.Jewell, I > I N11 ." I. ; ,I
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commanding tbe Florida Divitian of : -TIJIr.Kissimmee .- = '..

tbe United Confederaw Veteran*. 'has 4
issued bit orders;announcing the seventeenth : Drug Co. BUDDED TREES -
annual reunion of the division :

at Pensacolabn tbe23d. and 24th of 1 B. Stetson University
October. i I',4. Isleswofth Nurseries. 1 Thei

WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. I ,
Dr. G. T- Bennett, writing to the : ,-- -. t-OUK COLLEGES AND FIVE" TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.: ..
''Orlando Reporter-Star,states that the : 'HASE Jr CO.. PIVIPIUETORS J. W. BOARD, .AGENT. ,

people along the'proposed Klssimmee 4 We carry the largest and We .will have ready for next Fall and Winter. ,,pi ant toga general DiLAND. FLORIDA. --
Sanford trolley line are 'taklox a : most varied stockof ourline. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leadJDe varieties. PU
lively Interest In tbe enterprise. Heays : in town. j .- Our trees are budded on food be.lthy'rouab Lemon. and Affiliated With University of Chicago. i

they aw all anxious: to have the : We none but the SourOrance roots, guaranteed. free from insects pests of any kind. of Liberal. Art.-Tb. (Undardaar* thaw" of the OnlTvnlty of Cblt.o. -b. 4t
carry All budded from in "e"aod therefore true to .OD'Collet .... .
and bearing tree. our raool thflr! degrees Iron both ritcuoa.and Chtea.o. fires the blclllrO: : adMeuao
road run through their property I freshest and purest of drugsat name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to eaealoga -
betide. College .....flradoalr.UiUColl: * an admitted to .. In Florida ...IUt..ut .
rats offering a free rlgbt-of way* : all times.II note and our trees are as doe as mo.e, and twenty year's experience esammulon. practice .
being willing! to take stock in I can produce. We are nuking a specialty this season of the :. loceof ,..e......,. ..d Sctioal .r N.eba.l.'Art.-NeehnicalCivil. xlecerlcsl o
road. : Your prescriptions are filled: famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the nfttne riuf aoa Man.al Tnequipment. & oourMa 1lu. to dvcre. Flee sew building, ashy A...

the I by a Graduate in Pharmacy greatest money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct C.lle>te. .. B.el ee--bcnklnir all lu brallC...... Bookkeeping' by bet mctaoda.Shorthand . day-,tI
from the beat bearing trees in the district now famous for producing and T ....
The State press baa widely circulated : besides five years'actua! ex the best Valencia In California. oommadloai build)rr1UDC. Klxnlre courses open la other bvpartmeau.''" Large Faculty

II' the story that Everett),1. Canoga.editor : perience. ,I IDoesn'i r rr>aratry. Aca4.Hr.-(indn.tM i rap.rd to nler Harrard. TaU, Princeton. Cora; ell.
of the Polk County Record,"! baa : this mean some Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha. Fla.. pr call a.ndsee our Nut Mtehigaa.Chicago Neraaal' a.4 .and...1 ell Scb./-l.tna laat collcr.KliMlervarm. eta own building. 2. PHmarr an4Grammar -
lost his reaaon. While there is I thing ? series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. leach.n.Ma.lc. School In separate. bWldl.... Thaw achooU Mpeclallj preaai Pabllc ilr"_ 'JI'Irtda'8a&ooro'

foundation for the storv the fact bare : 9chol.-A |'*,uoe pip. organ a down planoa, .....,... building I.rye 1...ultr, I argil.
i ,. been destoned. Mr. Canoga U at I We,carry sufficient help to Ar rlakf. ll1Lti Arlel7a.J811D.IfL1NrsLaacalkrarB..Ar>dr thorough Art School.ouarv*-of New.\001,.....0110. cosh,.ca>.. modal.. ale. ;, .TtrmdW.dr M-.

'his home In this clty'soffering' from s : deliver your'' packages withina ally BMtaoB of C....,baa.....a Harrard.faculty of Y.w..praioaaon. Dartmouth., and Oolambta laalraclora., Ton.lo.The, bold W..dacn.>or".t.from LouliTllla.lh."Un, Be"Iver-*. n....
mental and physical collapse at the : few njoments after the pur- I oola. tltrvebi. Buckaeil.DalToraHyor MIeb..... Uoaauoo sad other C......, _. There are-

result of' overwork,. Xe 'is .perfectlyL : chase. This is not idle. R.S.Floyd&Co. l over an _PIU.de__... library 09 In. building of over U.OUO and rolnwea"" ulpm.olawl: a ......UII1I*quarter ehaael .f with a roetly million. ..dollar......I ID.endowment.. ].clad-. ; --
rational and baa been since his boasting, but we want your DK...... claai' window..Toll painting,a (Je._ pine organ! .. Oymnaalam. with conpJeta.
so I j apparatus an eneleeed AthlMle "'. ", norjlac track, teats _ria. baatiall diamond aadrvllraa.
'business and we know we ba.ldn .....,.
arrival bare, except for a: alight de- : ( awlmmlnc.gout. > and aha aJ"'I'UfID'- balldlan men sad
can please. women: ten .lanslaboratorta/ar Obemlatry.. Paralca.. a.ebTN3.erUlanulap..d Iltel..,:
llyfum resulting from fever., Mr. Can- : , MK.ralUrieniuMums sad shop.; *bell. ateam heel, eemeat walk, aaellroada

ova U rapidly bnpro"IDgaltboa' b I .,, GROCERS .* .....s..ta.broad eJDMr..e.: ._..paelouaea......-".pu..hrubberysad: Chrtetlaa aDd DM treee sectarian: aocial.taacbliu.ilMrary, mu.iralsadother Tbe k>catlonmbeautlloJ <
vet too weak to leave his ,bed, His : aapenaas are 10...
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'i tell.ot Is in DO way Impaired his : For cauioaa, .I. loldaa4Ia.onauk..s the PNaI4. i I 1
Kissimmee Drug Co. I NEW FIRM NEW GOODS ,
1lmeD''beiai' purely' physical. A 4 .t
LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. Litt. D., LL De. 4 Wi
will bUn
>few week rest. restore to Kissimmee Fla. -
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health and bring back his strengthwhoa DELANO FLA. t
be will be read. to take, up tbe oooooooooooooooooOBring Full Line of High Grade Fresh } I ',-y; uash

pea again and resdjne his place la tbe Family and Fancy Groceries lit

newspaper w rlS&.' AugustinqRecord. us your Job Printing.. FREE DELIVERY .State Institutions for iEducatioLUniversity Mrdaj

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QTRUS PWOS.Tey FOR SALE CHEAP Kissimmee Fla. Ca
Prices tight .
of tbe State of Florida I IGAINQVru..r. Florida Female 'CollegeTALLAHASSEE. MontMs
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Buyer* Active
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iwvw *C3vrw*9ntf'9rv"v 9 ""V wrF 9nvrr9"ifiriirW"at . FLA- : FLA,
-- o i* tfc. are.f ... . / .,''- vlF. SOLD QUICK , ,--- A high grade-institution for young.. A College for women, without parallel "" l i bugle:

t. few York Sept. SI.- l\bouJrb-Tb. . men,offering Literary Scientific Eo- in the South, embracing a Col Be(
'Packer II not yet In .,/ O.lt1oD to. sub The hotel 'The Inn." rioeerlnff. Agricultural and Podaaroir-. 10f of Liberal Art industrial a School for, tar II.au1V4r
Teachers School
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a Arts
met'ita annual estimate of the Florida The Van Duzor ] cal! Courses. a, School of Floe Arts. ,
corner. .c. a. A90N JOIN M. LEI!. M. .. CARSON. irxsladloe;
.
well Laboratories
orange crop, from interviews and ad. Strong? Faculty equipped piano, pipe organ ,Iollo. voice culture Embl
realdeau VIc ahler.::
vice gathered from operator n .In the The Okechobee House. -Pr..4.at. ; thorough Instruction, both elocution and physical' cuture.A 'Store
trade and the'shlpplDg"'district.*, tbegeneral The theoretical. and practical, careful 8U.penl.loo faculty of able specialists In' all ,
Waring cottage. State Bank ,of Kissimmee. and discipline; high moral department. t )lr,
run of authority seem to think too.
The old Makinson TUITION FREE. Charges for da'liFori
there will be approximately 3.000,000 corner.' Kissimmee, Pla. No tuition charges to Florida stibdents. Instruction. In fine arts reducedto special t
'boxes. The crOp runs In; spots .and TWo cottages an<<<1 one lot on -- Other expenses: very low. a minimum. New bulldinrs In

:while some sections are lighter than the O'Neal Addition. PAID UP CAPITAL ... BOOOOOOTOCKBOLBESM For catalogue! and other. Informs courts .of 'oonstruction. Writ. for lid nil]

,last year;this shortage, is made up in LIABILITY. BO OOO ODEPOSITOKS ion address catalogue. i ,.t e.
..other, districts.ThersM Orange grove horse, wagon andhantees SLEDD marklBo
SECUBITY. too. 000 00 ANDREW Pres. A. A. MURPHREE, Pres.DonH 3
"never''was''a' season wbep ,, cow ,and_ bull calf. -- ll ,
future buying was" so active.: as It Is Prompt sad Carefail Antutlmt giver to .** matter* entreated -'; J.sSOSCEOLA '10 Arp
this ,ear. *.. we noted in The Packer The property of Harrv W. Thur- to ... ExchaaKea good .. all. points ait e.._.',... KI..IIJln
p
rate*
several weeks, &<<0lie opening/ gun man. Apply to the owner or J. M. YOUR Business SOLICITED. '
was fired..rlID the summer and the 'day to
Willson, Jr., Kissimmee.Fla.
bleb prices set In'tboM first few deals Br.dfCal

have la most Instance beaD 1D&Dt.alnec1 Terms easy, part may remain on ; ,

up to the present time. '. mortgage. mood

a oranges Tbe average on UM trees price, grove being run paid, is 9UM fore ------ BARGAINS IN. PHg: : .:1MACV. : Mr,:

a boxThis, Is about 25c higher than
.. Osceola 'County > stew dl
last jeer.' For fruit delivered at the
I ,, bobs.
';'station, growers are asking *1.B5 ando "
; Goods !
' Summer THE forget when
: us in
are getting< lu Grapefruit Is firmly Abstract CompanyS. : Au.ch. .
held at 12JIO0 43 and the crop is reported I s...
abort. There Is active com pet Itioa LEADING need of Anything j Story.

among both buyers from the gast!: H. BULLOCK.MANAGER. DRUG "Co
sad the West. In former years the, , in the Drug : Domes

western troyer and operators J were blamed- .were for the buildingthe early Real'estate. Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes STORE Line. j . rIt thos.aerfoa

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Titles examined sad reported.'ouTaxes : j jf
market.
for non-residents '
paid
.This year conditions in ''the fruit Instrument. relating to real estate and Notions.H. -:; I ' .Iff. Ast

.' trade generally are different from carefully drawn S ft, Bottle rot "" rbID6.' FREE to Everu Customer: : "appl'G'"DJaIIl'

other ,ean. Florida grower have Correspondence Solicited. : .
cognized this and have held out for beat ioMr.
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n.tr,prices, and" are getting them. taal ss-lnr C. STANf ORD COMPANY '

Apples, Dcacbes and pears and, la ., ; ;:; 'hl.bol

ti i' 'Last fact,. all.season late summer when fruit apple,.are.operators high. CITY BARBER SHOP, :;; ;:=: 99"9' PHONE trIsr4ItIr1 NO. 8. "! a ofJ'rlthtei few' ('

paid, S3 for fruit It was considered a "
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losing'gam&'"This, year they :are Now Open for Business R. I. HARRIS,'M. D.. t J.,B.; JlO,.WAII.HARRIS9 1rI -/
paying' 93 to 93.60 for'the same fruit, ,
i ass apple, authorities, do, not think .: /tn Patrick's Old Stand. 'SANITQRIpM. C. W. Griffin 'tr ;1 venally

these. prices are.extreme.i Northern f. ''laolvl.Foa' .
NEW: CHAIR,
X41 peaches have soil at high price tf ORLANDO, FLAY r :
Psars are selling' up to M.60 a barrel NEW;UAZCiRS ?r i ati y'Fam.l '( rocerles << !r II, 0111'aDa.OIl

DOW aad two weeks ago sold as'' high -, NEW EYSEYTHJItOwirSatlStact"Gearantetd.e 'A Pri Institution. built 1 and equipped;with all 'modem i' ; , '4 ,'!, .

4 .tttCO. ''It..is but natural that Kiev .** conveniences for Surgical work' and the' care,and treatment ol, Fresh Meats.ic h r;
_& t Ma fruit should inert*** in price the tick."C/'n"t *"; ': Mr.JlaSaIIoI.

F'w. Ih other frajte.; Then,. too, she Tera8'Re ua"W: ::" }el paitICalalrt $;" '\ .'". PeUoM E-ry P aj.al ;aay Po.... Patronage 8olielte4.. 'ti I ,III
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The Klsslmmee ValleD Gazette. Tiller.Dwellings..for rent, apply to M.I; I All figured lawns. at. 1 coat ..i KATK'S., '.Dann's.White shoes at cost... come quick 'at.1/:60''Smoke cigar on Key the West market.'Regular Havana. t.he.beat.. .......Queen'Cv Stanford Quality Co..Shoes ri ., all .styles. a*

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,-- Ladies Shirt Waists at a big reduction. the
TBLBPHONB: NO.. 11. Remnant sale, for cash only, at ., at Dann's., :e Mr,1 and Mrs.: J, M., Dickinson, 61 monthly session of i ,\Capt Clay Johnston Jr., who has
Kate's, beginning-Monday Aug. 12. j N..rcoOl.ee. come' Into town'',Tuesdayand town council next Tuesday night.: been with the steamer Lulls at Fort
Mrs. W. J. Waring returned to the shopping.,, ; '
scent day ,
Try the barber shop; M,era for the past severalmonth. *,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mrs.-A. T. Pesrce Is visiting Mrs. lakeland last Saturday. .. new Everything
W. A. 'the new and up-to-date.. Sharp ra returned home on that.boas yesterday.1Ttie
--BY--: Myers at Methodist, par Mr and Mrs. S..E. tiardner.: 'and zors clean towels, first-class service.
W. B. HARRIS." sonage. W II. Moa le1. of Gotha, has. been ,children, of,Tampa ire visiting :.Mr. Indies Home Journal Patterns

-_.--._.- J New barber shop at Patrick's old spend tog a few days in.town. Gardner' parents at the Park Ilotel.. Mrs.. SI..t. 'Reed' returned'' homeWedae.day' do not waste material 'M Dann's. '

stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist. from ,Bath Me., where
Old suitable for purposes
WBATHKR I18POI"T. papers many Albert and John andBeni the
.OFFICIAL conversant with all the latest fads InbarberID for sale at this, office at 20 cents Overstreet she spent the summer.\ She was accompanied Capt. Johnson says, long-
Av nw_ tm.*t.tar.for wi. .k .dine Tbunpl tf a--iundred.. Pberlgb left Monday for the home her sister drought of last winter and spring had
<.,. i ber.:-Jt 1M7.if | by ,
Sand Hill to'spend'a few days, on. a the very pleasing effect of destroyingnearly :
Anent the cow question it is a Rev J. K, Nutting will preach at .
camp hunt., -xCapt.R.o: : Canova, the 'popularconductor all the water- hyacinths along
lass Him \tF standing Joke in our neighboringtowns the Presbyterian church.next Sunday on- \the tlulraf'-ne1.. and the Klsslmtnee River Route: .
----- and Mr. and Mrs. -- ."""
that they can always distinguish morning evening. Wilson of Tampa Midland roads, is taking"" ''a layoff f -t-; -
'JI'IrtdQ lit n .H a Klssimmeeite by looking at who have been on an extended tour, this 'witha .' developed The steamer LUlle, Capt. U.l'7.1 '
weeicwrestling
'. All dress goods except well -
summer 1
BII8dQ J ..:.. .: ,;. KSW n 811" his.font.Mr. white and solid colored lawns, reduced taking In the position ..Jamestown. case of mumps.' Johnson la ommandr arrived ''here' .
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....... ....... ., 74 .16 in price at KATZ'S.' .Washington,.New York City, Buffalo from Fort Myers' yesterday,, having' "
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Will
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.., ... .. till 7* 0'- and Niagara' Falls, stopped over here Mr. :and Mrs. R. Ds' Ouice and left task city.last'Friday. On aocoun'.
TThwte
Loughman have been spending the 'Mr. J. E. Moseley, Gotha, came
. ... to 7S HO LuG' and low'' was '
last} night on their return home with daughters, Misses Clarkson of the water the trip \, s.oeisarily
week In town. Will .has' been oulte down this- week to look''after hisoraDgeciODLu'thiscounty. "
W. B ElonGuloe returned' home' yesterdayfrom slow.but Johnson {
Mr J. + Overstreet, Mrs:; Capt says
. and came to Kisslmmee to re '
sick .. ., .
Wllson's'slster. spent
- Love joy, Oa., where they he.came through without meeting any
ouperate., Messrs. O. F, Krlbbs.* P.. A., and' *. [the_summer with relatives serious obstacles. ,

Mr. and Mr. Henry Bass, who have Frank Vans Agnew aDd Capt. Mai- If the question of penning''.cattle at i .
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LOCAL HELD. i ijr been visiting relatives here and at Orlando log visited Orlando Tuesday.. night were left to the Rood ladles 'ofKlsslmmee. Wanted.-A good agent .for the Mr. John' Llgntsey left 't dti for ,
E' we"venture the assertion Famous Victor Talking' Machine inKlsslmmee Grape hammock (OD the' .KJssimmesriver ,
,-returned to their home at Bartow Plorshelm's t6 Patent Oxfords 'are that could at onc&. '.Write,,for con ,;where he goes for the: purposeof
there not be found 'a dozI
comfort -
where )fl'.'Baa. I. now employedin the correct thing as to style '" Machine
the Tuesday. etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co.. I snot' them 'in'the whole Iowa who 'tract to Metropolitan Talking rpundlng up and delivering a. fins:
postofflce, on
oa_.. would vote against it. This"+ isa' Co., Jacksonville. Fla.: .39-2t I bunch of beef cattle.from'the ranch'of

Wade, the Tuner, Orlando: Mi, and Mrs. L; E. Barbeau left Capt; J. A. .Simpson'left. Saturdayfor 'question that, concerns the, ladies 'as 'Chase & Co., who,l own a Cfty-aore' the LJghteey'i Parsons,Cattle Company -"

II I,figured lawns.M'eoa'atKar s's. Wednesday for Silver Creek N. Y., Tavares to spend a couple of much if not more,,than the men,' and grove .at Waoo on the Midland road to Mr. Sam Summerlln, ofamp.'to'
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where Mr. Barbeau :'was called on entitled full share, 'of began pioklnjr oranges this week and : be: used in the local, ''mar-
'uyyour" school supplies .., the weeks with his daughter, Mrs. H, C.Duncan. ... they,are to a '
!ash Bargain .Store. business; It Is possible hevmav hav consideration in settling the ''matter this atlArDMn'I..1D 'is expected tobring helm there. "Mr: Ughtseysays'the'\ [
to go to England before hisreturn. in two carloads fruit, which cattle are in'better. shape' now" ihan,

Mr.. :Vanslsle, of Orlando,.spent .a Mrs. J. J, Johnston 'has 'returned Miss Kathleen Peacock, who has Fine line of watches at the Klssim- wlll.be forwarded market from( this they! have'been In' :Some '.me.--Polk: ;

day or.so here this week. ; been visiting the family her uncle mee,Drug,Co'.,, place.' County Record.
from Bradentown, where she has been! Mr. J. A. O'Berr'y, left for her homeat urged ,., -- . ";. i .
One objection to passing o ? '
,, Cash Remnant Sale, beginning on a visit to her daughter Mr. II. E I Phone your;wants we- do /'the ..running. Six room bouee' and I ,
;' Monday August 12tb. at.KATZ'S.Mayor . Willis. Sbe was accompanied home Lake City last Monday; '>.;* .'sr- ordinance requiring cattle to' 'be penned '' -.' < < : .' good Slooatlon. Kepse'1. II, ,

t. T. M. Murphy transacted. by the ,latter, who will spend sometime Mrs. A. B. Jarre, son and daughter at night IK .that cattle from the . KIRatkMEn,: "Daoa.-OoxP"NY, : three years for fM .eo/,) .
'Two ,
jr. budnesstnOrla6dolWedneeday.( ... here.Mr. ..t.o'Ppedoyer' here '.a "day or.' so surrotihdlng country come in' and lie Don't f.l0, see Mr; 'Booth and 100.'lon.'rice good building S40U.,:' For. particulars
around the streets'at nlgpt}, and it
from Lake'
her Cityto
this week on
way sign that petition asking that cows office.'
See. those Matchless American J. S. Jolley, general road superintend s.pplyasthis
will therefore work a hardship on .
Tampa, and visited the. family of .. The ,negligence\ -
Beautv Corsets .f H. C. Stanford Co. ant> of'' the Atlantic CoastLine '' owner be penned at night. \ .
cattle These cattle
% town.
. ., Mr: 3.'L., MOOD' near '
of one citizen to sign. may "cause' the
Nice line of .Ribbons, Lace' and and Train Dispatcher (Crown owners ''pay no'town taxes on their!
Embroideries ..t.h.. Cash Bargain'Store. spentTuesdayInspecting the work Pansy.Seed and all other kinds'ol' ,.petition to fall of its purposes If' in '.
cattle and they have no right'to allow
being done broadening the'gsuge flower seed and bulbs. 'We' have Justreceived ,doubt alwbet.h.r' you' ought. to Promenade :!
now them to into town and litter : 'Caiceit.a"
.Lock and it can'tbe come. up
our Dew 0 sign 01"not. ask your wife-she probably '
Mr' w..n.. Mskinson left Wednesday ; of the Florida.Midland.' beat Send for price list.KKNNERLY'S our st cote. knows <. T.J-. ,

morning for a business' trip to Mr. Frank ''Vans Agnew has about.eomplet.t4 SEED: STORK . ySee'Embroideries
N .8. ORCHESTRAwill
i yW Floyd.
*' Palatka, > 1.. i IteStarLsuodry-l' and (Insertions a The KISSIMMEE .
Fort Myers his clearing operations on &Co'
.. '
Rull Usu'sbhped.mixed carload the island and! will now begin prepayIng Mr. I1!'D. Libby, a prominent orange r H C. Stanford Co' . give. a Promenade:.Con ,'
Edward typical
i his land forplacingtlling and getting grower of the St. Cloud section, John Curl a .J. ''L; Desman has torn out. the,I
.f cattle and sheep to the Tampa'market cert In
Willie. arrested the
'' "Weary was byDeputy1 i ,
ready to plant a crop of celery. was in town Tuesday In the Interest bl shelving in his vacant store room
Monday' Sheriff Dan Brown at Mrs. .
'
He expects to plant about four acres. .. suit which\ he has started against next to the Kisslmmee Drug Co., and "
Bowling Alley.-For sale or rent : \ the Atlantic Coast Lane for killing. a Hughes'boarding house on Wednesday the building ,Is now:ready to, receive Opera Mete, Friday SepL 27Commencing
'in Arca< fine bull. its ,, occupant, the postoUce.
Jersey
37-41 Mrs. 0.' V. Bsarden. '
Kisslmmee Fla: I Apply : Information charging him at .
., : and an Tbia"bul1J1DIf Is .bouel.b : feet 8'p. m. "*
.
left jester* iou will hnd 'Dry Gooos: Shoes filed Prosecuting
Mrs. Missouri ,Brotson with vagrancy was by
Every registered voter. in favor pan t Notions, Hardware Granlteware, wider than the present postofdoe', and .
friends iii' J. L. Moon. He will be "
day to;visit ."hU.,'wUb Attorney '
ordinance requiring the penning Tinware Glassware' In fact almost will afford'ample,room. PostmasterVan'
Bradentown>> and Sty,Petersburg '. of cattle at. night should see. Mr, everything at the Cash Store. ,' and geta tried 'at the October" term of the Duzor.has. ,ordered som- new ,m1..19D:-. Adults, 25 Cents;.

Call and Inspect our line of. Dry A'; J: ; Booth between now aD4'Tuesday present with..each. purchase.F,' H. LA.W80N.. county court. lock boxes, and will be able to supoly -I Children, 15 Cents. '.

Goods. They are new and upot.o-date, night and place his 'name on, the For Sale at a Bargain.-One six all demands In this particular. as ,"v ,
1 CASH BARGAIN STORK. petition which he' Is*',ciroulatlog"for. Dr. W inn was In Orlando;;,Tuesdayto room cottage and four vacant lots ID soon as be can get word" 'Be' will Y

'. Mr. tJeorge E., ,Parker returned alit that purpose. see'Mr. Frank Bass and reports North Klsslmmee. 'J. W.. SEYHOUK. also put in some new tables and other *16 Cream and other. lbt''Re'

'few days ago rrolD'JamM&.oWD.. where A beautiful line of White ShirtWaists hi* case progressing .very satisfactorily. A white elephant party w"'l. given furniture which will facilitate a wore freshment*,wilj be on sale, 'and'

be bad been to take in the Exposition. at H..C. Stanford Co. 'Dr. Winn says Itis absolutely the other day at. Jacksonville. Every expeditious handling'of the -Increasing . ., pleasant social eyeningwill be enjoyed '
certain now that Mr. Bass's leg, can be business of the ofce.Ths : '
useful with' every jpurehase -. guest was to bring somethingtbat'.b4 I by all who ''attend.
A present Messrs. J. .11:. Moselev and his son saved but that It be some time r .
may .
from five cents ,'at .the Cub could find no use for and which was -
: .
.. up Will drove out to their grove neat t attention of theValley; Guet.tebU
: he will be to use it. -- - ----- -, "-- ,-
before
(.t able ; -j
Lewso .
Store. F. U throw The,J'
to part
t' HiHUrd's .. Wednesday morningand ? - too good away; been called to the fact.that' there '

'Cowelmmee'1 is the .latest. ; cog w..hIChb elated with the pros PLANTS.: We are DOW. taking Oc orders would have been a grea4'' success .bu t, are at'least.fifteen'children] in town G;, H!.. 'KRIBfl'fATTOPIHaYA1' :, Jt
; for plants to be delivered In for an unlocked for development thai : ;
be applied to our town by Will if the fruit of six and eleven
Borneo to pects. says develops tober. ,We will, have the following between the ages '
those who are disposed .to....Jest. ;'at a properly they.will have ,at least ten kinds by the-million:, Cabbage, Lettuce broke It. up. Eleven of' the'nineteen: I ;years of age out of( school,;',who'are ..-..LAW. '" .

serious.'.natter.As :' thousand, boxes out th.re.thll. season. Celery" Onions, Cauliflower. ; women in. attendance 'brought theli constantly_on the streets and Into all Office In the Court House-.-XJsimmee .:-'
.' > Beets. Bend for price list. husbands.-Manatee Record. '
of
"parents
of mischief. The ,
kinds Florida
toe season for shipping oranges All colors narrow velvet Ribbon at KEKNXRLT'S. SEED STORK; ., ,
,, Fresh stock garden and flower' need children for the most part, are ' '
v tiproaobes 'are beginning B. C., Stanford Co.. Palatka. Fla.i these ; With '
the .fruit .buyers : whom will be associated In. the*
Drug Co.
< ': -i the KlssUnmee ) people who feel no sense of obligations ,
to bus around as thick .... along"a dirk street I trial.of causes ,the Jaw firm of '
.. While walking li and 'content to .
,.The street committee having ,the 'What., came near' being a eerlonifirehanpeD I their pffspring, are -
'
; : Massey
bees In hive. in. *Klsslmmee ,one night*this W..loOI. .
North streetleadingrobs Broadway; ..to the d at the,Inn ,last Friday raise *v set of hoodlums, who will "
,
Mr. Charley Guernsey"returned.i "to week a man had a 'very thrilling "experience. railroadjust above .Kau's store, evening/ Someone left a lamp""IrD- inevitably1' 'become ''criminals;' As -), Orlando;' 4 .

'his. home to Orlando Wednesday'aftera : Be said his heart suddenly clayed'and'when' this: is, completed log on .,bureau in an' upstairs. room there Is no way to foree. these 'parentsto .
'fsmllT topped beatingturned. over twice and will give It.' ,'coating-of ,Bartow send t.he1r.'cbUelreD, ,school,,. It f'J
few days visit here ,with the top near an open window and the' wind P. ." VANS 40GN t.W.,
of 1.'J N. Watkins... rang a gong for him to back;i up;, but rock. The.railroad allt.bqrlt.I.il..e;; blowing caused the oil In.t.be.lamp would MelD hat some of our phil:

for it was too 1.1AI. be' had 'gone bead. agreed to put in' a. Cl'OIllo4r'ai'thll to carob fire.: Some body on the outside anthropioally minded citizens might AiToninl7'AT LA.;
'Mrf Kau left last week: 'I *" C 'J I ..,.,...
Edgar foremost over a cow.<. which will open' the up field for operation in persuading II 1-
.Ithaca enter Cornell University place street" noticed the blase and* gave' ,the find a -.1 .&p NOTARY;PUBUC, h,
N. Y.
to
course Straw hats i.aa. I below .cost, ,at from, Broadway to..the.. lake:. alarm and Manager Keats rushed upstairs then. to allow the children to attend
where be will Uke a 1 -: KISSIMMEE FLA
Danns..We and found the and buroau school and furnlsning them with
'In'' Mvil.ngln.srbi. -The protracted services( at:. 'the lamp !
.
are mailing' out this. week Methodist.church closed:last Sunday .in.. )iht blase. .'With a' blanket the satiable; clothing, etc. 'bnoa.7 "

e FOB. UKMT-Two eottages InO'NsaX.Osborne statetoenu? to aU our subscribers',who evening, and Rev C, C.. CeellVtbe flame Were .smothered Just In time to good eitlsea, would subscribe, to a J.. .. WU'LS9Ni.J": ." .
a441t.lon-ooe five-room
and each and, Mr ErnestCeoil the lay* the building. A- few moments fond for this purpose..
and.one three-coota.: Apply to are in arrears hope one will' evangelist, ; '
W.,IV VAN Drrzoa if Co. feel blab duty; torespond, promptly singer left Monday for*their. home at lodger* and the"whole room would Per : w..te4- ::. (J NOTARY Pu.tac... .f

\, Mr,-J. A.' Betts, a wbole.ala'oow- One dollar a year Is not mach\ to the Sutherland which place they :recantly.moved . bats aught'lnd'the building, would<< ., I- NoVeonv' -1 J ,STATitAT.: LA .OX. y"Real ,
but taken from .G.lne..lUmeet.lDJr ., Tb doubtless haveburned down. ; 11"-41 YOssR. propai,.;, : Estate '
mission. merohant of .New York, was fndivldnal'anbsoriber, ; Agent. ,
'j '' anfeai sale. la ... .. i "\. ( ".
mission
laj 'a4dWOa.0 H":
resulted eight }delt 'i l"- 3
in town aollcltlng ahlpsaenu from,or lb.aggregaw'1tlmeaner.seviral \ New Patterns, cents; a* ,..
dyad ,us. > $ ae alt u,lAfi'o.+ : vise. 'me npersbiq} of thenrhf.. o.; >3tanfpraJwd 4 ., . ,, .10 ; Jj M. WnJUBOH,.Jas j KlSSJN.ME":. FLORIDA' :
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ui! r' Doctor-GETTING Well, madam'WO sID.you better A Prehistoric Reptile. "";

I\ .
tell your' husband to give'you a list ,11 "" s f, v *x'rtry, *... M\ ; : ,

; of his property: and money as soon as -fi. . ::1 iO' ,ty ,.. ,_ ;.j

possible. ::1
Wife (bursting Into tears-Ok, doctor -

scours .111'( Pigs.At until vines cover ground and there I I. It as bad as that? I thought you a'1 A.

'< Iowa' correspondent in Wat- 1* danger of breaking them. It said ha' was getting better.. < t ", 1 ,f4t 1 .d

V lace's Farmer says that be has founda fn". are pruned! : and tied up to a octor-That's just It; he's almost ,

teaapoontul ot soda put lir.a'sow'slop stake the fruit will be larger and well and I want to find out how he's .

before feeding "tinco a day for more '''uniform In also, but vines '''do fixed, so I'll know how much to charge '",,.
effective not yield as' many tomatoes .. those Blade. I I.'j I.
two or three days to'bo'an him.-Toledo '
'care'or'' ordinary cases of., scour*,ilIJ' left to spread on ground or on a rack. 'j
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'We find they do splendidly and the I ., ,
( young pigs ,
: fruit keeps clean It they are mulched Farm Wages In United Kingdom Wt ;,,'.

Value -' with straw'' after they are cultivatedthe 'The British,; Board of Trade returns. :
in lilrposltios.Disposltfon 1
last time. furnish an Interesting 'comparison of .
Is indicated very target It potato tugs get.on vines when the amount of wekly wages paid to ,e1,1lE --,_ I

ly In the brain development, and' .dl.- they are .small use parls green, but agricultural laborers in England, ,Scot. 1 L Ii >

position means lots 'of money In a do.not use It after fruit sets, as there'Is land, Wales and Ireland ,It; appears f

*', bone, When I :was a boy we, dldn'tr danger of poisoning the fruit;The that In England the highest; average ,

< think halt at tnucliabout the disposition best way: to keep clear of bugs Is to wage I I. $5.&k: paid In Durham, and the

r -of a horse as we do to-day keep them killed In the potato patch lowest $3. S. In Oxfordshire; In. Wales 3 .

y, Millionaires, people who are looking -then they cannot travel to the tomatoes the highest Is $5.10, in Glamorgan; aunt 1

for' fancy teams are willing to pay ''the lowest $3.76. in Cardigan;. In Scotland .

for dispositionbecause- they don't If growlog for a cannery, the early the highest Is $3.32 In Renfrew y
want to have their families Jthelr fruit' best the vines make j
pays as and the lowest $3.26. '''In Shetland
,children" lives endangered by having fruit and the cannery : ..
more per plant Orkney,, and Caithness, while in Ireland DIPLODOCU3 ;
rattle-brained borses. and other,men SKELETON IN {THE! CARNEGIE
will the'very
not pay any more''for': the highest Is $t,12, In Down and PITTSDURO=; MR.. CARNEGIE RECENTLY *'
are looking for good dlsposltloned late ones than for those grow'ii the lowest $2.10. In Mayo;; TIle highest .' ..r
horses because they ..don't care to LICA TO 'THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT., ,
.
when 'tomatoes are plentiful wage In Ireland 14 cents lower than ," +
have their fine turnouts their fancy
the lowest In Scotland. SC cents lowerthan Y ,
wagon- 'brokeD' up bT' a Loris that lie Cutter, across the table at a ;
will get rattlebralned.aeorg Mc- 'i t; Hints ,oa Breeding Sheep. the lowest In England and no '.A' California man thinks that the at the over-rubicund .
.
Zerrow.Madb oa, 'V..., In The. As the 'result of several years of less than 04 cents lower than the loweat common method of dissecting pies by eyes of his opposite .C.*

Cultivator. experience the Wisconsin station in Wales.DOGS'AS the aid of tbe ordinary knife Is too quired, who'the owner }

publishes the following conclusion: slow: and also'top Inaccurate for these countenance mig:'t be 1

Milk and-Cream., From tie breedingrecords of WATCHMEN'S HELP R8. days of hustle and bustle. He came. I he was tbe president :
.
n.ceni S14 ewes at this station we conclude to the conclusion tb.t.a specially doesigned trust"Aye," sald'Lord '

s herd which Investigations supply the Peiui'YIYanla'State among the that for such animals and conditions Easily. Trained. and Often Show Con: pie cutter'' was'' necessary for be looks like a I mAn : ,<< "> 1,i,
as ours the normal'period of --:- the and trusted with i
milk and slderable Sagacity. purpose consequently concluded any I ,1
College creamerywith :
10m. gestation rangesfrom 144 to 160 Training dogs to assist the watchmen to devise one, the result of Some one told Lord ,
cream show that on farms It days attar"the date of service, and '' and police is a very simple matter his work being shown In the Illus House of Lords bad ,,
'
requires nine cows' to 'produce' as '
much net profit aa produced by five' that more ewes will\ lamb .146 days ," said an old private watchman of tration. This pie cutter.'comprise* a firmed a decision 'of- hi : : l I 1i

average cows .In the herd of grade after service than at any other time. the city: who formerly walked a beat base ad a pled,-to support a pile of the be right; after all" wa II I 1b

Some :There Is no appreciable differenceIn In the'South End."Dogs common size and shape.. Hinged reply,-Dellman. I ,
a. dairy cows kept by the college. ,
the period of gestation for male like the 'work. Then enjoy; to the'back of the box Is the cutter < !
men receive as little as ninety-nine
cents; $1.05 and .U.JO for each dole and female offspring In sheep. prowling around through -alleys and proper; consisting' of a lever and the The Happy .. a .e,
There is an apparent relation be- knife blades. The latter are *.uapende4 It been
lar's worth of feed consumed while back yards and .nosing Into cornersand happy has
. ti others receive from 1.60' to $1,80 tween the duration the period of behind barrels and piles of boxes, from the lever directly over pIe that ha'no history. 1:

for'each"' dollar Invested In pasture gestation and the period required for and their wonderful sense of smell the place designated for the pie and happy the king who are ", tt

hay, grain, etc.: .As .a result of this maturity. Quick-maturing. breeds often enables them to locate an Intruder are arranged to divide the pie Into case. Recently Oscar .
appear to carry their young for a six or more pieces at Cue operationOf visited a Stockholm ..
work twelv'farmer.. are now keeping so securely hidden that his .
(
shorter period than those breeds 're :
recordsto, determine which are the presence would never be suspectedby tioned a pupil the beat J,
quiring more time to mature.
least< profitable' cows.. Samples of a watchman. they had told the King. *

each cow's milk are testedby. the col-. Large Iambi are on the average "When I was walking a beat a large "My little-friend," said p
carried In tho utero for
an
appreciably some'remarkable .
'
lege creamery.: Newfoundland dog began followingme me : + sDI
longer period than small "
or. of his own' accord. I didn't, encourage reign. .

Early Cutting of Alfalfa medium lambsLambs him at first but.let him go The child reflected, n
dropped before the 144th I ;
Many atari out with the erroneous along o.n my: rounds as much for company if greatly puzzled. then j bL
and
after the 149th day of
bn
pregnancy "Why do ',
Impressions about alfalfa. as anything else. That dog you cry: \ bU
cuttlnF
In
are lacking strength ana gently. i
They have been Induced to put In the vitality at birth.Shrophhlre watched me like a detective and nl
.crop .because o'f Its great feeding value seemed to understand everything: I "It Is-It 1*. tiro | ? o
ewes are
more prolific know remarkable e
I and i tbat 'some three or four than any of the other breeds and did; followed me Into every yard, reign."any : '..

cuttings' mar' be taken, from the field Crosses, except the fourth cross of and in lees than a week: knew every "No more do I," i
+' during one' season. If you want a Shropshire rants on a Merino house that I was employed: to watch. :
ewe scendant of Bernadotte. .
,i' strong vigorous stand of'' alfalfa foundation- "In ten days he was doing a large. F1 Parse ,, 11n,

don't be In ,too big a hurry to cup From the data presented It la part of my: work. Of course he could fri

It to get rid o(.weigk or don't cut the apparent that twins are the normal sot try the doors.- but after the first ill .

crop from. .a newly: seeded field too Increase for ewes of the mutton round, when I tried all the doors and Collector of Baby : J,,

soon., ,The crop should be pretty well type. aaw that everything was 'right all I The Prince of Wale ofF

matured before It Is cut.It 1* Important I" r.-.r I had to do was to send him in to stone, next shooting, <
that tie plant be well established search the yard, and he did it thor md stamp collecting.
,and' the crown buds set for Farm NotDecaylDg' oroughly. If anything was wrong he hobby Is collecting '
t"
subsequent 'Crops, before' the first food and stagnant water barked and I ran In to see what way cr.plus. 'r Caw..

crop Is' taken off., After the first will Injure the health of the cow and the matter. Once a back door "was The Plore comical the '

rear three or ,four, cuttings may be the quality of the milk. open. The gentleman of the house baby t the better Its "!; In

made providing each one Is done at. The hours of milking should be had come in late. left the door unlatched .' His Royal Highness. : ,' !
the. right time. Indiana. regular, and each the" lever. Families containingmany heels of babies sint
Farmers cow should be and the wind blew It open. I pictures
children would find this novel R
milked In .regular order. The dog knew It was wrong and. barked pie advertisements by: ..
cutter invaluable. As the
pie
XJgbt lathe Stable;' A good manor for the .farmer is for me to come. would be divided Into pieces of exactly fants' foods. His S'i. J Jui path

To the absence of proper light In the.. 'Always be on the alert for Ideas that "Another time I heard him barking equal else there would be no age .tamp. Is worth at
stable may be attributed of the will In So keen a philatelist is toIs
many serve to better your condition. a back yard, and running In, found possibility showing partiality and .

diseases to which the eyes 'of horses A surplus rooster Is an 'expensive be had 'cornered a man biding behinda jetty quarrel over who was to get several occasions ; e4
are liable It I* easy to Imagine how ornament-In"the pile of i boards. The dog worked to thank him for ; l -
poultry yard. Eat the: biggest piece would be elimin .
the animal must feel and the conse- with for three uncertain scientific points Yra
or kill the surplus roosters' before me nearly year*Every I ated. F r
t'' quences which, are likely to be the they''>eat double their value.When' evening, no matter what the weather tbe study of stamps.- .
*
result from our own painful sensations that dog hand ;
was on at the
patrol '
cows teats are' tender and Too Hasty. ;.
on Issuing from dark To Make Pencil
a place to box where I reported. On cold nightswe
the full blue of the they are sensitive and inclined to be Governor Harrisof Ohio, said In & th,
sun. A repetition How can 1 make .
Irritable would go Into an engine house to a >
when '
''of. this several times during the being milked, apply,, an after dinner speech In Columbus: ', : by
linseed oil after each milking. warm, and while the dog enjoyed, the point tharpenerT K. 'h' 'do'wo
be "This matter Is serious matter ,
day would a
inevitably attended ."warming hour as much as I did he Take a. paper dip. A, 11 '
with hunt Injurious consequences. A A dairy: cow should not be allowed and It must be taken. seriously.! haste ,r
was no( skulker but whenever I wa of emery cloth B. sic
*
stable ought to.be a*.well'lighted asa to the wander over a very'large field, as ready to go he .u' readT'too.. Is a bad tblng. It surely always over as shown.. The ;' .. ,,:.. ;) sh1

houses so that this source of Injury energy spent in. walking about "I lost him because his inore causes error. : .1"-. ,an..
owner "
may' ,be avoided and also that any will show In' a reduction In quality. : of l "I used to know a manufacturer ; !ij
out of the
but '
city as it
soon as itHe
want 'of Cleanliness.may be readily milk. became known the He wa a good, honest man but rather = ;

detected.. In stables which have a Unsanitary surroundings cause he among dog population strict rather close. Furthermore, j ,Hhi
that
t proper, quantity of, light the shut more' disease puny and unhealthy' wasn't'working'' his place he was Inclined to be a little hasty. \ i< !s 1
was
, t.ra.'luJ' "b.' partially closed,when i. bird. and more general loss in the noticed taken' by a bound that I had often "He had Instituted In ,his mill a ; '" .) 01,7
th. Miauls!; following us In a furtive faah-< system of fines fines lateness ,
have fed 'ptope -IT' and poultry yard than. all other causes .for ,
lie down to _sleep. Many: animalsstand : combined. Ion, as though he would like to be of fines for mistakes, fines for spoiled sir chi

too long; and this subdued light We thoroughly the party, but dldD'twlnt to Intrude work, and so OD."W.II. + ,
I IJD.Ore agree with ; Na
any and the new seemed .
'' dog from the In the rush season .j
happening
/ apt 'lc, produce drowsiness. proper' scheme that may be Introduced first to understand 4-1+ Dal'ass
Inclining him to everything thatought to awake one morning early '
very
,repose, during which on the farm that will be pleasant ..
time the food' to be done and did It*as wellas he the '
la well known to haTe helpful wet: to mill a little after eta
or entertaining to. the "
the most salutary effect,In lncre..- women folk. his predecessor. -St Louis Globe- starting time. As he got out of ,his Pencil Sharpener I :; of

Inc the muscular fiber and the cellular '' Democrat.PITTS. automobile be saw a pale haggard ant

and, .dIPole.ub.t.nees.-wn.,, care Fowls. 'do not require 110. much THE IN. hollow-eyed man walk wearily placed In the crevice orM

Gilbert, la ,Th.h, Bpltomlst.' -' asan Inexperienced person through the gate.'Aha ana down resulting .In a no

'f., _. ';(. might think but the care must be The Kind of.Food Used by Athletes. Joe Harris.; he shotted angrily as may be desired. If I,. for
/ ;
'i w.1
Intelligent and ..
r F .. Selling Fertility. t.;, at the given regularly and. A former 'ten minutes )late, eht Well revolved between the '' whly
right
time.
Every timer a farmer sells a, ton college athlete one of the you're fined fifteen cents. Not a. word. hardening a round +,wr,
ot wheat be Tolls' $11.61 In fertility. Some fowls are, better adapted to long distance runners, began to Jose now. That'a the rule.'" result.- -Technical World a, -meixt

F In. a ton,of, clover hay'he' sells S.U cold than to warm weather. Corn laa his power of endurance. His experience 'Take you're time boss,*' Harris ," Ito

itt'.rterJUUtyf in a'.ton of alfalfa bay cold weather food. '''Feed more oat with. change In food 1 Is Inter. answered. *I ain't-knocked ,off from v _Italian ales

le sells ".83 In fertll.ItTf"In a ton and wheat and less corn a* the weather eltlD yesterday, yet.' "Washington. : Star. It I* reported that In ; hrs

,' ,of"oats he '.en. _$1.81, In.fertility ..growwarmer., "While I was in training on the of the success which Ali ho'

and in acton or corn he.sells:: $8.47 '. Set your hens In movable nests. track athletic team,, ''my: daily-'Jogs' A Judge's Sharp. Tongue. cent trials of the .wht.and

Infertility: ; JIf, these products be fed One advantage In movable nests is became A.task until after I was put Many.alnt ..alna.of;' 'Lord Glanco In tbe open sea r.? ',final

on the farm under proper conditions, that,her: may be.removed sprinkled on Grape-Kuts food for two meals a Young famous' Scotch )lawyer who at, a depth ,, of : .:

and tie resulting manure be returned with oil alld,))urned;off. If mites be-, !''day. After using the 'Food for two has Just died are being recalled by the Italian naval send
,
ti to the .oil, there Is"a Very slight loss come troublesome. weeks I felt-like a new'man.nervab I My digestion the English press. Once a little advocate posed to,.establish' there' and

of fertility: forr''' the 'following; products The best possible time to separate Wal'jerfeet., steady who was slightlymisshapen,:; submarines. Owing to 1 o.ei
and-I
mar be !sold ipstepdL; cream from milk I* when first drawn, "1 was full of ,energy heckled the. great, lawyer beyond ness .'of' the local ,.\
WseHIniTa ton of finished'beef and while the animal beat 1 still trained for 'the mile and :'the what his patience would stand and far from being a rein

on .the.fa of the,, farmer sells ,.but t.lned.th.. farm separator* takes're-, h I.ml1e, so runs.., (those event which' finally: pinned him on the exact mean- carrying' out. trials i not eau

IBjI-T 'Difertl1ltr"ln'a': tonof live out the,cream: before the milk cools the require much; endurance. ) and' then lug 'of smack interrogation. "J boats,.-'Eneln r., rT.)" Bstl
hogs he sella but $3.70 In, fertility; or'becomes sour, long dally; 'jogs/ :which before would called tt'satd'Lora'' 'Toung. r kne.gal

h, 4a a ton elt milk'hi" sells but $1...1 No''m bad been such a task, were clipped. oil fixing his eT. lau In hIs eye','a little It, has ,been .

1 '!n fertility; .In *, ,ton\ of 'cheese' he might tter how successful you with ease.I; won both events. crooked thing:tbo;", asks' questions.1'It COlt' of a. muddy day r
.ells but be. It is a good plan,to never The Grap.Nnts'todd put m..ln ,not like $15.000.' r r
slaty-nine.cents la fertility feel'really vas. long,,.ago that looking something .
satisfied. The man with perfect condition and } at
and In a tonof butter be'.eUs gave me myginger" ,
twen- out 'lOme'' high alm'Ja-view more' ; l ..''
:I. 'Not only'was "physical HOW verrid
-seven cents la fertility- vThe best my MODKRN. ,PROGRESS,.BREAKS DOWN THE
than' likely' lose great I ; "
'
af deal 'of condition made
-
policy for, the,farmer to adopt 1* that ambition .which '' perfect,and my weight iI .I Mt
isystem 'of corn ,and Jun1Vorthl'or.< any. 'Increased, but my mfnd'wsa made .
. crop rotation
one. ,clear'and' : was
vigorous .
wnicn win embrace not only' the so that JI'could L d, Mara
slowing or grain but' the, breeding r .. ; get-Gut .my studies in, about baIt,the _ >; and

and-feeding-ot stock,either for sale Unnecessary Noise. times formerly ,required.., Now most 1 ocsa

In the .form:pt ,beet or pork or for Once when Judge Gray; of Chicago;' all of the university! men use Grape-- a 'oJ. the

the prod ncUon; 'whether ,for' milk was trying: ,'a case,: so J i.&r8r.n:, ,,exchange. :Huts.for they have learned Its value, and
cheese and butter. I :hs but I think mytestimony will not be wit
-Professor. HoiGrovrlnii was disturbed by a young
den, "' who 'amlM And may perhaps help : elms
man kept .moving about in the some ODe ''
? . six t
1- rear. of' the room, 1If la.!: al.tI. and I obtained.to learn how?*' the .beat'rel\&al. .can b* \ i ,. .... tUrloo
:* Good Tomatoes looking UDder thing. .* - .i\i.\ ..

''Any,''ground that will'grow poi; *Y6nng? 'man.* Judge 'Cray; called' > . -There's, a reason 'ior'th. effect oft ..: . ', F. 8' ,Oma

toes ...;.0C 4..tor tomatoes- 'PIG'the out"you ate making'a' reat 'deal' o .Grape-Nuts Joodonthe',, human body: : ,-' ;.1':''':" """ .-, !nl cdewy
..andbrain., Tbe certain . .:. H
ground barrow, and. drag till its' is unnecessary noise. What are : elements/ fe .
yon r ;:. .4
:wheat and barley are ...:...-. .. i !
about selected.wHh ,
pulverized{ '
well ,.lay off In' rows about. .. ? : e .. :., :ti.r '. 'IItY.reset
four feet apart and set .plants About "Your' Honor replied theyoung special reference"to .their. power ,for' : ._ :: >. :: .

tour feet In rowWnea .\ man, "I .hay lpatniypvetooatuan: d. tees rebuilding The the'brain, and nerve cen :; ;..., .':./ _' 41,.,'# bold
product : .
79 ', am trying find'It." thencarefully ,_ -
jetting, coverall the step; to( ", ( .. .:- natal
.u* .to.the.IeaveThis, has.,a. three't,14 .. ".Well.;" ard thei'venerab'ie, )Jurist; ,,and acfenUAcnllyayrepsredl" to"a*'trf, ;.:. '- : ;- : quentees.
c people often ,make.It''''1' ot digestionTb, .'vpby . .' .
purpose, It 'protects .the plant whole'suits'In hen t ..., t" y ;l .
leal arid
tyohd'droathj' .them ;"Ith making all mental results are so appar + r' '0'._ ::. "tI''J' :", e mus
keeps from breaklag ::- . disturbance. .. ... "
eat ,. v . '': .. -
:, after two or--Oireweeks'> ,: ..,.'r'"I. ... ...
down ,during' a wind' and gives i to" a' ; usras ,..,.i... ."". ... t, ofIlat
produce '
i, Il ibent More.room for roots. ,It is estimated, that Great profound' Impression.:'
.. Brltalq ; :
:.a. Read<< "The' Road, to "..' 1 KNTBRiNck wni KIN' Nk7AR'THID
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CalgtaM. "t.r"corn'lor,, '' ptiatoest 4. $160,000 ,
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' .oauwrr 'SUNDAY SERMON BY'agAN : Pa. h. asO ra 1'0
f '. B. : tempera ... ... .... ..'..... .., "'J ,. .
I TN.! .Itf14 A. ; SIMPSON.; : *,. AYBRY ;HMIUAN.ta .,

.' ; ; '.. case. bl Overwhelming. Proof. that Lydia. :E.' .PlnkhamVVegetable , : ..... ,..'. Pony** BXL, AI.....-. Ov,

> j Subject* Tha Gospel 'of 'Twy., / 1r. Compound $Succeed ..ArJ. &OfJIe OJPl' -,
1 : ''

.. *.. ...; f' Flnkham" .ACNII1ERY'E'I_
One, 'of the gresW.ttrlnmpbs'ef Dear Mrs I-.
New T'01'It 'City.-The famous, bead Reward : Lydia E-v PinkhBia'. Vegetable Compound "1 was" told by myth .wu that ,I I
of the Christian Alliance, the Rev. A. : "' cannot; be 1* the conquering of. woman's had a fibroid tumor BM that I would
B. --Vlmpeon; on 'Sunday preached for i dread enemy Tumor, ' have to be operated _po.. I wrote to'''
jootaMe sermon having. ; for" .Its subject. ,. : >> ;'Toi.do-O.; Th' growth 'of a tumor Is.ao'' Insidious you for advice. which 1 followed car*' "
'fibs, Ooipel rot Tear. Th* texts ; known Y. J. that frequently its presence filly: and took Lydia E., Ptakb a'l.. '
were: 1 : end believe ,U wholly, unsuspected ,until it 1*well Vegetable Compound. I am notonlyenred
business
Jegti.wept.-John 111SS.when t .bT a.lI'*'to advanced. .' 'j of the tumor but other'female
And H* wa com near H* ; .. ftm. carry- So called "'wa.-alll'- palDl" may trouble Bad can do all 017 own work' !

beheld "the city, and wept. over' It.- Whop, .oom from'1U early atagaa or the Biter,eight" 'years of *uflerl g."
Luke 1'811.Who' : presenceof_ danger ',may be,''mad.I "
to tbe''day of nil fleib. when / uT.ktro I msatieitbyespessive monthly period Afr..BJ;. :: Barber, ol Scott,:N. Y,

He had offered up prayer and *up- nucuovurar- accompanied, by unuaaal pain'' from, writes'' -
nlicBtton with strong crying; and : Mat free. '>,the-Abdomen through. the groin &AliI{ Dear, Mr*. Pinkham
.
all
team unto Him that was able. to save. ta Drucgiata.i W1 h. Sometime ago I .
Him t,..na' llb. and wa heard' la but i co Upa.Uoii. ,If 'yon bare mysterious pains,'if advio*about a tumor which thadoctorstbought fUllabl rrlkU bI.. :hN
that He 'l'e&NeS.-Heb. 6:7.: there are indication of inflammation .would have to b* removed. teginn
Who hanot wept Weeping we has a lot or',dla ls.etsenta, secure a bottle, of Instead I took Lydia. E. Pbakb_'. **,' Wheat Spar tSf *-j

begin life as belpless babes and, amid '' he .suddenly Lydia &APlnkham's.VegetableCom- Vegetable Compound. and today am a
the tear -of. mourning friend, we ; pound, mad from native roots, Bad well women" t, i
pass out te the grave. Tears are tbe I berbe. right, away and.begin itau**. '
badge of Barrow. '..How can'tbey. be The following ..letUr should ownvino -': 'Mr*. M.')I.. Funk Vu4er"'- ft., Pa.. b fk s ',r

.the expreaBHm-of the Ooipel. the glad MA. every >sufterinj woman of ita' write .

tiding ef Treat joy and divine love virtue, and that .it actually doe Dear. Mr*. rinkham :-, _

And yet redemption ha transformed ; Sleep- conquer tumor. "'1 had a tumor and Lydia. E V Pinks

toe -curs Into a bleating and cue... ,I ;iA.treeted Mr*. May Fry, of lie W. Colfax h m.* Vegetable Compound removedit SAY'iILLteiir1"
made a ralBbaw-of our tear. .',, for m* after two doctor had given EST.HPROTED (
Jesus w pt." Tht little phrase *,)'...... The Ave, South Bend Jndwrite. t me up. I wa sick four year before I I Large Cngln and ..11.,../suppl
the shortest In 'the Bible, baa more in but I *,' arms and Pear Mr., Pinkhaat II -,. began. to take the Compound. I nowreoommendLydiaE promptly,' thlngl' hulls! ,: c.... Mill. .
It than *H the book' that man ba HI ta-- the winter .take great, pleasure IB .writing -;. ,. Plnkham'.Veget.able .. Circular $awa.taw.Teth>at n. Deis.,
written. A single drop of Ink could and .1 could to thank you*for-what,, Lydia, E.Pinkbam's Compound far and pear"
I team! Oevmar.;: Full IIr* Engine A
write It. but all tbe world could not. 'I had to Vegetable Compound baa I .
contain It* depth. ""f love., < > ..n the time, don for,'me.. I also took. the Blood Such testimony-. above I. convincing Mill tup*!!**; Send far free ata"'u." .
It tell me that Redeemer i.human. of to.scratch I Purifier In alternate doaaa''with, the evidence that Lydia E. Fink,
Tearare human and the' the itching was j Compound. Your medicine removed a bam' Vegetable .Compound stands
tear of Jeer. proclaim Him my have to cyst tumor 'of four .years' growth without a peer aa .,remedy for Tumor JtUGGYi
Brother and my Friend. He I II the to cratch which" three- of the'' bat physicians Growth a* wU a* other.dlatresaing-
great heroic Head .t our fallen rate ". sleep I bad declared I had. They had said that ills of women, and such symptom a.Bearingdown *
One ha come to u* wbo' I. "bone of ; they maid only an operation could help me,.I am, Sensations,. DUplaoe-; .
our bone" and flesh at our ""h.nd. ., nor even very thankful that followed friend' menu,. Irregularities and Backache.etc. ., .
ha the right to represent us-; who Is" ; ;' After-.ilia advice and took your medicine.) It has Women should remember that it i:
Able to right oar wrong and recover .. Oint made me B strong and well ta Lydia E.Pinkham. Vegetable Come{*
our lost, heritage. of happiness ,and ....'ReIoI1t.Dt I shall recommend U as long aslive.," pound that 1* curing*o many women
blessing. had eeaaed., Don't forget to insist. upon it when ....... to ride In,' lunWM i* wee ai%!\ ;*
'Mrs E: F." Bayed of >6 Buggies, ak lx Every!: "Whit a l.am" Mt in br kind.
'
When God determined to thin soine druggist you, > .accept
save
and i'
Mas writes t beeneroered In et. UaetpM.d lot .
fallen world. He did not send somemighty O than I do Boston, ,' , aome'thlar. 'else! which b.* calls "luatTribute +dlttbteeeM4i' i spe.e ,
angel. He did not come In () ; 30th, U. 6. Dear Mr*. PIDkham.lI ,, fk' n fn 6 yhwlSlnsech4aJSN.lydrGnatul
.
IHttI own,awful deity; but He stooped ." '1,. have ben under different doctors' I'\ ln >ilni.olaf. >nt
-.1t'. become a man that He might meet ,. "-i i treatment,.for s' Ion? time without' Mrs. naUUB'ft_Isrtatjos. tt, Woaiea.suffering I Po..aJ.lh.poIn\.04.upertorIl7that Ita. bete...hide than the r...
irtn a gentle human. form of which O I .. cannot relief. They! 1d ma I had a fibroid Act rte dole. ,arwrllo' I
:
we should not be afraid. How the tumor :my abdomen wa swollen and Women from!'any! form;I ATLANTA BUCOY; CO.AOM*. Oa..
Roman Catholic clings to the tender .I suffered-with great .pain. ,I wrote of female weakness are invited to'
sympathy of the virgin mother but to yon for ad vice-you replied and I write x.... Piakham, Lynn Haas.,;
w* de not need even woman' tenderness i followed your direction carefully and for advice. She i* "" .,Mre. Ftkham, !; '' Blri
to Introduce us to the Father' : r today I ana a well women. Lydia E. who ha been advising- 'iek iromen ,, t :
heart: tor Jesus Christ our.Sa.lour. you let thorn Pinkham': Vegetable Compound e.- free of char for more,than'tv. nty, t sy t ,.I ok :1
his a heart both of woman and ot ; >tioa our* In. pelled the tamer and strengthened;my year,* fore' that abe 'aeal.ted.her ItelleLR.ao.ee
man. lie bes. been an infant childlike : bout pala i i* whole .,..tem." mother-in-law, ,Lydia E. Pink, all'wvlllag ta S t***
us H* ha traversed every ttageof : : M ugta.nlng,. ,ham in advising..Thus.b.l.eepecislly'well t h.,, 4ayc t effect Aayi/TrfaltTMtne* a.pvmt'_)t cara1fmfio **

the pilgrimage of man from tbe her atrangOJTM.. tn. Mr Perry Dyers; of Mt. PJeaaant' qualified to guide. sick, women SSi_fne.a dothlueaa b*Ulnr '-
cradle to the grave.; He has beeneverywhere prepaid on Iowa, write I l back to health. Write Or.M.H.OrMfl'a BMW.S .>
that we have been. He not &wrdi ,a Co.. t. _j_.____j _i_ ,_.j. .. .. _. ,-rvvfJH. -*! ctoli.t*,'.. Attanta *..


has name.lie know felt He everything our wear nature our that humanity.He we bear can feeL And oar lag charity In PUTNAM' / \FADELESS:' I '; :"' 'LJ' ) 'YEiS'' ; >; ".:

for evermore the Head of this unl @ I Oole..n ponds bet tie eM. fwtcr colon caw F.--.y.'On, WpM-kw' solo..ail see...... TIMT dye M 5044 r> MrthM air stLr m.' Tee
usually less. ova Uy- say gs-n.+... wllbout rlfftmg -". Write for Mo>. -How to Ty.. lUmmm mod Mil Qatar'' MONM D UHUUlM .. Y.._. .... .
Terse, the King of King, the Lord
of angel shall' be a Man like tug our I '. -
Friend "that" atlcketh closer than ful ..t r; ... : '.,
brother." are ; : -P .
Oh,; what a gospel of comfort we the . .- 1 tomro ?
'find In the humanity of Christ. You t ,e

can 'come' to Him to-night a* you ... ;.
would to the gentlest friend the most ; .l }( d rB.a.c.Q.(1.
the noblest I 1
Intelligent; father man no ;; .I
you ever knew and.. though we have EVERY MAN :
sinned and gone far astray "1-le I.1 i ",

not ashamed to-call us brethren." I By ,Dr.; Henry utr-lIlylre. '
They tell u* that He I I. able to *ympathlxe I" : .

with our 'Borrows. He, wept OWN DOCTOR, +BBBBB p :you remember 'what"Charles .L mb said about roast plgT;

those tear for other He saw : ., vfxSti I How bo falls Into aa ecstacy of laudation; spelling the very
two breaking heart before Him. 'He & i i name with email aplta'"' and breaking away from; ,the. '
r.D..f
fell their groaned; In spirit
w'
'
a.wa* .C'On.lr'.JI.' and I at. last Ha.fcroke -page''Illustrated Book, containing'i I cheap'.encomiums of the-native tongue: to halt' it,, la 0nor-- "
'. down altogether and burst Into flrs Information;showing how to trees \ A I oua'Latin '.* "prIDcepI'obaonloroDlI"' .

-/odd Of tears, How'we_thank.Him its diseases with 'slmplmtt 'medicines. '" : There. 1. Tome truth In hts'compllmentav' no'donbtt: {''I but I

!or' those tear OODt&DAanal".1sof! courtship and 'I:: ,' :::J they are, wasteful: excessive imprudent. For If alt this;,
,This salvation I* not all 'for theany ; rearing and management of child- !; ;_ ;I praise J* lobe "lavished on plain.fresh. Immature. roast pig4

gate, the street of gold and ... ; ..* valuable prescription, recipes ? '., A ; :; what adjectives sbai' we find to 'do Jus tie* ;totaater ;; ;t'pht. .
. the glorious Heaven that I* coming ; { b.etaUed postpaid\ ,,to..any, ad., ', r .0'r: ,.." ;iia ; more spbtle'and sustaining .Dd.broiled bacon r?, > v ': ;;

bye'down and here h.e.In We this' need broken-hearted a lot of 't receipt of 81 XXV > ; often he cannot ..... if ha bees Nit-,

world amid poverty' and pain.'our d takn" of Ill ImlDOdera"*. But'baconbring* to MB ewsMaass< fie --r
our ..
; : "
. -sickness and d..th.our broken friendships ; PUBUSHING11 I > .pgSE4; It strengthens; the'arm while it satisfies the palate. : Crtsp.; ,Bk"*,: ..... -

our wrecked home, our wrong I. Icately salt:.as.thebreese, that, blows' from the seat faintlypuogent'as'the
'and sorrows and thank' God He ha i "I I.Ccntiml av., A I..t..O*. blue smoke of Incense .wafted from a clean 'Wood.llret;;,,'..aromatic appetising,. ;

'It for u*. Ha ha experienced: It and nourishing, stimulant ,to the hunger 'which U appeases; ,''tis th* 'matured
H* 'baa not forgotten It and still In I. bloom an4''co.lumm.iJOn.' the mild little pig; spared.by' foresight..for: ,

.His heavenly home w* are told '"HeIB @ i '-V!: I nobler ate than Juvenile roasting; and brought. ; by art and ,man's; device to B.
able to be touched with the feelingof .: : perfection surpassing nature. '
' LL 'L'LL.oL
110 oar was Infirmities.a.child and; has.,feU every : e .:::q::!:.:::: And. when;we say of one escaping great; disaster; thai. : has "savid bin:
.. besot"'-we that the basis comfort of his
childish aorrow. H* had the -.hard'struccl" : . I : say physical and the quintessential' ,'
to support His mother .t life are still untouched and secure.
Nazareth. and ,He 'knows all
hard'work and hard time H* was ; ( eaten,' by firelight? True we had no''plates-they bad been ,forgotten-but', ;1
'despised and scorned and II* understands PRINTINj we never mourned lot them.' We made a shift to get'; 'along.with 'the tope of

,: the sens* of wrong and sting thy onus. tin cans an* th cover of a kettle; and from these rude platters'(quite a* sere
of Insult. H. was deceived betrayedand .
: the Limoges 'we consumed toast and
vlce bI8..1 porcelain of or Sevres), our .
murdered and there I I. no wrong;
:or insult can come to u* that He ha ; of Prilitin>r'at' Reasonable': Pricfin. ,our boiled, potatoes with butter;, our trout-and, best ofall.'our, bacon::<- ,

'noL,borne and. Is still ready to>> bear "

"for. u.. -Yes, He haf; .lt. the awful : : ANTISEPTIC .Side and Centre .....
;weight of aiD for there was an hour to ,.CrankEngines To e.aria.s My.
when He., sank uDder Ills Father's I $ HEALER KNOWN SCIENCE. .taS FR"EE" woman* .ABUMfitl that *FBXlm will- q
Vwrath. ,, punishment for the tins of I I ..-; Non IrriUUnj. Allays Inflammation and (tor* } ImMnd \
men. H* know the cloud of spirItual : say _UN. A* atroet aa earbolie acid salt se bannlii as I dove..herWe.l'k' _
darkness. He knows the weakness : Cure bums instantly; ;. cure old and 'chrome aor.; LABGC'STOCK LOMBARDlofl l ri .
) her absolutely free a lugs trial
and frolD'r
:and agony'of death and- He 1* inflammation ; airs Bsti.accticebpdnivelj AT :.. !box of Faxiln with book of untrootlons -
cholera. IOn heed and roap. IICQIII mod 11(
with u* In it all. Illessed Friend .,.YAey, 'libIf'r v and genuine tntlmonlal ben II
ChrUt'.and. > GA: your name and address on a postal cwu.PAXTINE .
how God
we thank for : Xtetf.hr CKBAOKNT CB&lUCALCO.. Is.'W.rta.Teas AUOUBTA.
- "what"4'gospel of love and sympathy B elesnaes and aerie I
:and help speak td us through the He 1 ': mueeusbrao
',t-ar* of Bethany. ; rh ,m-
MILLS affeetlona j
The tear of Jesus tell ue'that. He anpNAlx LightSAW sneh as nasal '. t TTh. iwlrtoenUurli *
understands our danger our destiny est ', and Inflammation caused by| mUnui
,and onr.estate.- fleshed those tearsover ,, : !ll I *ot erea,reatnmentldI *JH|.
the <
'meant much more than a. sense of be- I AND BUPPLieS. : ). BTCAM..ANDGASOLINE ordinary and glrea. Immwllat* ."...eL
reavement.H* WILl not weeping because M-I. : CNaiN Ea. Thousands of women .r. UD( ana.tooommrndlnr -
It "er7.day. aree.' atdrurrltx
He had lost Lasarui., .'He was \ ...' ACOO.STA. orbr malL K>niMnbfirbow_,
not weeping because the sisters at trl Try LOMBARD, . JTC"'TIIYOUilOrHIHuS'OTAI'IT.' .
Bethany. had lost their brother' Ha ;, I 1 ''Taft: J(. PAXTOJf. "co.. __- __ _- _,
knew that Lasaruwa. coming forth cell : '". (At 38-roy.) .
train la a little 'wbileand/that'the .
s. !i J. JW. ,
a..Eaaxcs
rrow would ba forgotten; in the glad ; : F ACTSstseea\ : ; JOHN at. DICKEI"adld
iah.esmrk 'L."DO'OCL
inlon. Ob no; He saw deeper than 'Reliable; '. S"
it. He aw in the grave; of Lazarus to : the word EYE.WATERIt ,
every -< > I -. ........... -- .weu: '.
through earth' forty IItIIIcMr ... eradtN.ewhr .
und filled cent .
him :n.. I' -- .ere SHo e FOR {VERY MKMBSR or
and that would be filled in the .. a Wed ?
lories of: .:: THE .MIL. AT ALL PRItint -
twentycenturies that have passed i .... .. -' lens 't d '' ,. .wof +
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sine* then. Ha saw less : .::.::; d..Nl ".. M.olo d. Ne.e.w4wrnoatuD&OYCO..ieefe -.2r; ;"Q1 W : ..... '
baltlefleldrthe
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and agonies of. the ; C *- ; I _. f4'; : ;r::: ...u .,_' ,
oeeaD ,wreck, the,lingering deathbed, on : .. , ', 1 !c c::.m L."C -1 B* DD...... .......arewoni b>acre o.ad. y ,fir L{ '
the scourge of famine. t* pestilenceand : .sr/n.4Yea.' U ill wallo.of Ut.tkan uj oik_Jam*. ta bMuu; of th.tr.
tbe of terror In." : uwBrat mtjtt, Mur-a"l..and..__ v_., enalitla. .
the ravages of king ; _"ou"'P.fI.'' :' \ 1"._1eetIoIt the_thensadotherwalertel.feeeehpeel.. It1. dI.hoe
with tba"millions and billions of victim 'b.. .aid eey deed ....b. aiakla iiaok.d afta* "' nl
tbat Be baa smitten in the past, .. '4'' that v man': : $150.00Tb : )JUYS : )St.b.ao.4muepI.l.orgsal.attoi ofasp.rinteud.nt.ror.nes1ikuled.oem.ken .... 4a. 3ehe.ied.Wysadwho.evorkran.hlPp.oaMSe.tm.tld.
who reeetvetoblghe.t..ge paid f. e
six thousand year: and M He saw !taU and :, ; .',
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*,. realised, It all, .and the ,.vision, 1 : J, '. h.s.o; most compute Saw Kill .. UI.oa1d Mac.ye.._a.y la. ....f escri..al eekm.\Ma.., .:. ,A. eW. "
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before HI '.n'.I..I.--., -< ..,
1.rt4borror :
loomed tin t nfound. ,built |B,tb* .ao.tJatrD.8tataa., _lei tMia e.d t..... "II? ,...r Ioohf'.btdr . ..... I.-..:.lrl :,
reallied the fearful ,, ,
Omniscient eye Ha .''indignant ...nf *'""'_vain'Iaaa sey oth naa.srk..e _ .,
cureof tin and HI heart" broke. ,. .,. I ; with Gainesville' , I; ,Jrbtti, .Wprks, 'w.ereyloet rp.d I. e.4e I .. ies..ue..dprle..tarpedMieeMl.' / g rCAIfTfoNI' T.k.
and sorrow.
down In agony 'I I 'UalaedTll/e Ace; ,,,. $.botK....,. 'A.tyserdwr ';ev W.Ul>o. U. boM;, ,)l ,r CMM ."""Z r .cad
f Nay. nor. H* saw B sadder Ha light.H the i . ; ,'''''MOr- c ... .y . . ', dto___,.bhaee.esleeywbee.lor rail(W>:.(rive WJ-DvukU niii>M.7>l "
# saw,
saw.B deeper grave.; ; ..
.eternal grave beyond ...U. that.we behold dies; J IIi
In'death.' He law the death that :

saver''.' dler:-th*' nrai that0 never'.is ha\' : ,' ,
.quenched'theyawning'gulf of,end-' hIm
tHu-web--into which the sinful ,1 Q1l1 1
must alnk.forever. "'It'was tbe'llchtItorre out. : << ]; r f r ; r n t I'I"t'

C that !; that,had. brought Him : I .-.'. ./
*ou. Heaven to ''earth. t',wal '..tb.t ; ; : j r

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If ________ __ __ _____ __ # AN ORDINANCE. Cattle Eatray'' Notice. ,, EI.
;;;; NUBIA'NT A A.aOrdb9oneen Prevent, aenpiaaa aad.Fanleh. Notice U horny ulna that L.. AJ ....J.... UORS.
t ofU ..... '
the aala of Intaxleatineh, .--_MjlaTUenore > >btrlotNa.lef Oeeaola Court....
Wrtl rre lWfS **C c..1 or Wlna la the Town ot Khataemee Cnr.Wnareaa. Bled h this....s t e.tI6eaIIe of the <....rl........ .
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Toe Coanty of Oiniili did aa thaN and apps--.,. ...,.. taken cep fir John J. S.

'I Reported 'Weekty{ by 0.I. ...nay of February A. IX IMS vote analnattheal Dena with the appraie ''N1aatIoMa */,, the emcee.
BRANDS OF
In ..... aouatyof tnfancicathuj. apirltona.vinnaarnaMllqaaraar t wits One..... yellow...*. no brand amrk step ALL THE LEADING ,
.*+****+**..+**.****+****** wlnaa nodor the pro- laoneearaadaarUtla the other ear aboutnra

O. G:C has irery little time .-for Keeps ........'" Chapter 1THlo! 11., Ftrat I DlvUkm. year old veined at tug dollara. AIMheller ear
G.nw.l8btutwortMBtat.d Florida.' with Mack bead end white... Slack aide.
communications! this evening! ; just about OM year old valued at five donor.. : WHISKIES
.1 S.o.
slew: minutes'between 'an affld And Wharaaa. Under eMw .a u.... sale ;
taking You Weft Ua Itin Oanoral Statataaof the State of Florida, ** anima are riah-eo1 with. tile "V .
and for time P..mtoed by law ... '
a*It.for attachment waiting any town Incorporated under the swnaral laws of ammo win Mid eaderliravMoaa ;
r of Section 2&elor General V
party attached to give bond,, 1R law State hi authorianl. prevent or aappraaaIllecnl UM Statatea "
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of the"_ !-the State of flottdnwitnwm.ebl.t.is.a.r.ad.rl
We at with the world and,, oale of anch Intorloanta within Ha limit.In Cue Whiskies. Domestic Brandies..'

+c' politically are ; a.peace dr. .... ,:a chip. Rai. 'It,, 'Is M any county. wherein eM....of ouch Intaxkantaha. day of -". A.D M07.' ....sins !i, "IaI'ID' Quirt I California (extra (finequality I. .
.been wholly forbidden pwrsua.t to am election EcboMpriog. . .. .. . .
:i. el toi..wla' )..... .. .. .... ,
plenty'and not a* Overplua.i | : 1! duly held for that porpoaa under the ConatHutkm E. U. UE8IJET.I M Rye, VV..b:: fa 51 2e. 1 t0Wile. I Maryland Poach . ... . .IS rn 1
i Arch Baaa has sold out to 1'lojd, : Ideal and laws. of sold State and to pantahauehUhMralaalea. Clerk;!of BT ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.D. C. J. W Harper Bourbon. 1 50Jas. north' Carolina Hex-h "..25 110
and that old landmark Is about to I R 'ruoerboa..a;:: Its 1 :2e.Snlace North' Carolina Apple..2a 110

forsake Our shore Remedy for New therefore bait ordained by tha CouacO of Notice.. Ba hmure X'e .. ...to 'i 110 Jersey Apple JackImported. .. ....11 St 1
? Hunter &UllllO K: I fill
moved to the East Ute Town of Kloalramee City: All concerned ...... Old Prentice Rye. Je ...40 73 1 e.0s '
B1J
d The Halls have 2t < notice that I shall oak Wines in Case.
..... .
-- Section 1. Whoever Belle or eauoa* to' be aold .eatbera a' . I lIP f'
at eo..&. Mlttrm t Constipation Intazfeatiiuj. aphrituoua. vinoua or maltionora ': application to the Board of Pardon of the State Cleraeott. R,. .... .. .. .00 1100 nooCll. '"
any of Florida .. . ..
the .. hehq
at oarlUet I'ort. _
par
beef practicable data lorpe..s .... N.lt,.u..Ued ' t
.Hardy John Is now trying. to or win**within the Hmita of th*Town 01'Kluan. -. I....eonvhitod of murder nt Fall Term peoally lo.r. laedioinaluse ? . 8b.rrf. ..'b'" . ... ... '.. '1

t It In Polk count*. 4 .- City ....11 ba punuihed .u.... con- 1902,of the Circuit Court of OeoeoU Countv. ..... ..... .... ..b 7e., Ito '!,., "tf' .. :
baa left for other''' shots. andRaodolf victim thereof by fanprbwnroont. In the town jaD September..... 1907. Woodford. XXXX" County R,.. .t w I 26Bak.r' Hantera Rhine, Wlnei. "
Riley H not exceeding two months, or;by fln not axSaetion itye '" 1 :'Ib! Cl.n4lo c.... '71 100' 1
Plat
Young --leaves for Mulberry WILLiaM HcajUMO, };dgemnnt; (Gres. Wrap. ,
_ Indigestion o.eding.'OO.on. \ 110 I td) Pin
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Tbsse.-chaoges, however, do not mss i It shall ... the duty of the Marshal Cr.emDI Keal..4!) n I soCaeuadeCEeun. O. H Ifomm'i Kitra Dry. .. tOO.QQ
of city.: and and .,," .A.--1 Whle1eysr) 1110 Moot A Chandou. While deal I 00 .
terislly affect the Integrity our and hit damitlra pulse that whereby '
,_ Biliousness uoJ (bides Be.1 .. ..:.Zit M I ._ .
.
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Those who are l left still hold the fort -- aathori ad and ampoWerad. to enter any ri Old 1_...... . .:15: IIU,' 100 -
take build...... boolh., tent or other place, or part M."TILLER' K.nt.ky Dew .. V. M All Case Goods listed at .l.ao will'
are coming' in to Red . . .
and as others Top--.r Mark
1 andDyspepsia lber.o4 with.. without wars.nt. In which their M itoters . :::41. /& be sold at four bottles for'15.
1.I..lI f so
te olxe'of those who have deserted! have good cauM to auipact that.pbitu...... iron... i Real Estate Agency.aaaaa.aNraaNnaaaleNaen = '.. d.... ._, .. ./0 n lie ....... ,_. ,- .. . '
us'lt will not Interfere, wlth'our: present "-" or malt liquor are kept for ..I.. contrary. to ; 1BaILlm..... Eye. ..\-4 M I 00 .VV t.V.

_e, population. re.c t- etas onllnanoa and to.... tha aama.and to an.ort the w Old Cambrid/rO.Rr.. ...... ..411. 77 75 '1110 1110,1'urftaD Ale, Beer and Stout, per Dozen

". Drawdv mansion all la well. 2rt1a.enfyrECOIt itartiM ao. aiunujod In such _.. ..ndf\ ", auehliquora .t OOlde.Cream. .... ,; 110 13$.. Pale AleUiuuua'a . V perdogo 2
.At, the In such quantiUaa.. ta eonflrm UM belief 4 Realty bought: and sold yawl Inn. .V .lV,M A\ 1 211 htoutAnhtutar I

-Miss Jan,,,,I II herself again: ; and able of llanl ..... of the earns be found la the Houses rented. ItII COnSUlatkn KecmrckiTevero......... ". "..,....to.41' "75 3tO 1110, Auhm.erbuet'hBudwemr Busch Blue i.bif >" .w t

.on ::uudar,, accompanied by Miss build I". booth tent or other plaea. the some| Taxes and Brook WII (blued ID 1
paid Titles
Amanda to visit Bean's. 1 Is good for the Liver, Kidner/i, Stomach .hall.. ...... as artdanoaof the.ening of .liquoroontetertoordin.ncei _. for! non-residents., verified -' !. OvrhalUboUId hood I .,,...,_ ..la. 'bond. )10 :75 160 1M Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.MoaatalDBprlncRTeXXX. ]

Bowel and Blood. provided h.Flat 'i I YeUo..Label. .. .. . . .
The Patriarch !I. probably at present .41' *\,% IftOld
It take the place of calomel and laves the ordinance shall not be ao constructed aa to Fire, Life and Accident In- Or..w.. ... ... .. .... 100 . ':-' '
t-in the of the- Kisslmmeellesa qi, White flora Hhor 7 old.. .. .. o '
5 camp no bad after effect. apply to persons keeping a roaaonabla amount of surance. Oak (Tcnno... rear IHJ

nn'!er the enchanting spell of that It Is. needed in the Spring, summer, spirituous liquor hi hta private widens for < Indemnity Bonds. I xowk1)Pr'ide..2" )) : :::: 'S t.I Como: Ooldeo tc.nlu"kr.jlrl Crown fere. 7 roar.....old.. .. ...., "'' .".. 1

which exists la your city, of which deponent Fail and Winter by Men, Women and prlrateaaa, KchoOprlor Rye.. ..,.. ... .* w '.
Icnoweth not. Children.' Section S. Any marshal or deputy mantiat orpoUeoman ,...rYrYrrif P.4'ur'tF wjt......... Malt. Whiskv Claas-:Case Goods. Cream L banon. of(Keatucky,Club double.. .stamp.. .. "* ,M.. 0.

It it extremely palatable-even children who ahall wilfully Nt.... to perform . Holace Baltimore, 10 year old II'' y
Our school Is progressing finely. like it. Buy a bottle from his duty la making aaareh for 11q_ wlnaa.etc. --- American. Maw. ... .f'"IJ T. 1RO Bad Top Rye, 14 rear old. .( S II SS j
.ay mr Malt . id
'and unreasonable .40 n < 25
The unfair ruling affidavit.haa ban I
iliad. by
after the propar scar haochei Malt, . .. .
I 1 24 'iJ,
o made by the school board establish- creditable canon that they hava food roe to Corn Whiskies b\r the Gallon...

J( ing a three mile limit after they had Roberson's Pharmacy, bellow that mob liquors ara poncaalnd In aHna W.LVanDuzor&Co.BROKERS: : Domestic and Imported Gill in North Carolina;;' Yellow Com }t I

contracted for a two' aod a half mile pedal build IIIII". booth, tent or other place for .y e... old ... .. ." ". "' ..
for the present school period Is much IOSSIAUHEB. FLA. .... ha shall ba flood not lea than Pity Dol...... -, .. Glass. North Carolina n'llke*CountyOld .. .. ,
Corp. 7 year old.... . .... ,
commented upon and severely con and shall forfeit hi* eoranloiton or omploymaataa BontlT OM TOM Gin. . 100 Harvest . . , .y : ..orI 1
of mob offioon provldod.that, nothing I herein Booth Dq Gtn. M I '
demned. Repudiation no part a '
I'lraoutb (iia1o.tbora ._. ::: 1 ?
policy which honepty of purpose dictates. LOW RATESVIA shall be so.......-. r 10 parmlt any afnear to Holland Uto .. I M 110) Lowest Prices by the Dalton I IK.rom
.. We'll have more to say on enter the dwelling bouaa of any peraoa without --- = itch Uln. oil, '
..__ I . . . os r
ibis subject with next 'Issue but mail warrant REAL ESTATEAND UordoafMdGin fhoiphale40" 75 I iIO Ii8 Oho from, . ...... .. . '. acs.. : I
time Is nearly her, and here' comes Section 4. AH ordl_ or part at ordllaacaa. Mobile Buck ... .. .V, Aft 1no from . ..too an Jl''! 'I
some parties who are ready to qualify Atlantic in conflict herewith. .... and the oana arc INSURANCE i if Devils Inland Kiidiirauoe *V 69> I 00 And ell other Liquor la proporUaa. ,,: I
.. bondsmen, so will close. Coast Line. hereby ....-hAl. Wolfe'a Schiedam 5
--. > O.I..C Paaood open nnlnn this 5th day of Sap_ t tWB Come Hrttnapp Hack*Gin. and'; .Banedlrtloe . .-. 1 I 21 I Gins. Rums and Brandies by the.:.1 ';

n $14.85-ATLANTA, JA., and return ben A. D. 1907. W. J. SEARS. . . . 21 foil I 00 Gallon. :
r. A. OH C. of Prereatlo on sale October 5. 6, '7 and 8, Attoat: Praaldont of ta.Council. Red Lion Ola .xt 90 100 i"i;" I
final limit to leave Atlanta October J. R. GILBERT. ; AKK AGENTS: 1'01t- Uoderwucd'.OldTom I 60 RneGlu ......1 p'':.
Is worth a pound of cure. '''There _. Old Tom Gin.., .. ...t. ,. ..1. 1
] I lark of the Town of KJuIm
sufferers Consumpt Imported Scotch Case Whiskies.k Imported Holland . ..ant 71,
2t.$18.00BIRMINGHAM 1
are man poor ALA., and Approved this 6th day of t>ep_...... A. D.In. International Harvester Co. ralloa'etf. R. Rum.7)'cen old" . ...SaetL.wrsow ,1
of well.
Ives l who are hopeless sreulcp .
,
return. On sale October 19 and 2u, (Seal T. K. MURPHY. k Quarts ."eellon! Ka... 7 yen.old. ..",. OS I
V \who: if they had taken care of tbetnselrea 11.,1.1. . $1 mi ,, per gallon ..2 7'. ate.a loe ti.'
with final) I Mayor of KI ei Fla. I
_ ... ,..would now "be well. A cough IIInitOttober 27. Gasoline Engines. Ling William IV. V. O. ... 2 OftRI.ek Apple Brandy, per gallon. .1 JIO. t.OO. std .... ,
the. foundation of Consumption.Ballard's .::Z.4*MKMPHlS! TENN., and re and white Booich 3 OO California Jlraod'nr talon .S4O t.. is.J
is
i turn. On sale October 1, 2, 3, with Hall' and Halt 2 :no
Ilorehound Syrup will cure final limit October 8. Public Road Notice. Lmortin Irish I AO Port and Sherry Wines by the I
,V'' that cough: Mrs. SGreat Falls. The Best'on the Market. We i.
11 .Moot.aD":'wrlt.H1 have used Sallard' $25.50-RICHfOND. VAM aDd re- Notice ia hereby given that it I. the Intentionof will make close prices' Engines The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob Gallon. : t I IAn
turn: On sale September 29 to Octo you on 4
Horehound Syrup In my family the Board of County Obnunkanonot of Oeeeola
for .ear.-my children never suffer ber November 5, with limit October. 25; extension County.Florida at the next regular mooting of and Pumps in running orderon ( tainable. Cat.fovalsPmt.prgallon.,1.55. .2AO and....i IM e*.'* J

wtth coughs.\ Sold by Roberson's, to 15. aid Board tab*held on Monday the 7th day of farm. Wilk..County. N, C. .V ISO I OO Caliloniia 81a."" par gallon 140....aa4.... 'I
Pharmacy.' $27.7()->WASHINGTON. D. C., and October. 190T. U ....bI1ab the following proposedroad your Old, Harv L S:C.2* SO 1 OOMaploCorn. Imported\' Jon Wlna. per.lion....1.18........ ;
return. On sale September 21, 22, 23, .. ; .2ft IW I OOCatawba Imported Port, oar bottling' .....I.00por boat)* '? 1
ye.r ., > 24 and 25 with limit a poblio road: Yan.y..Y en t M> "aI\OftaCl8berq. per gall... .00, ate sad. 'M,<
,
September : Beajinataui at the Soathenat _of the North- Elk Valley..(! M I 00 '.
Florida Cast Coast Extension.:' Extension may be bad on return at east quarter of the NortbeaiiT nuarterof W. L. Van DuzQr <&. Co. ,

From a'most'reliable souroe" 'lt 'i.learned Richmond, Va., to November 15. Section One (I) Township Twentyate . Imported; Cognac Brandy, Orden will not be filled withoutcash
that Mr. Flagler has Intention JAMESTOWN F> 'OSITION, (W) South of Bans Twenty-elejht: ) 't .
no . .. postoffloe oruer express moo.order
I of abandoning his attempt' to '17.35VTeaday' roachexcursion.,/ Eaat.: and nanhw thaoea West to the West line OR. LESLIE W. WEED ON Heenemy u.-UIMI XXXX .S 00 MMarUllxXXX or certified cb ck. Send moDe,.'
:carry the F< E. C. Railway extension Sold Tuesdays, and Fridays of rid Section One (1):than North ton point .>.. .130: 1 with order. .
through to Key West and atop it at $27.36 Fifteen day 'limit Sold 11*feet South of the centre of doe RA.h& W Wavof

Knight's Key; as has.been generally dally. .. the AUaatie Cart Lane Railroad Company on Specialist-Eve. Ear '.. I
JVVV reported. .76-Sixty day limit Sold dally. the Section..betnaaq Section Thirty-are (K) H. W. MEVTCALF.CL

+ Tb* suspension of operations southof 40.45 Season ticket., Sold daily, and Thirtv-U (M) ...Townahio Twenty-nve Nose and Throat.*

_ Knight s Key Is raid to be due almost with final limit December 15th. (sic)South oftBoasw Twenty tight (s)) Maat.rtmii .'

entirely to a determination of The return portions'of all tickets, roaninsWeeterty '.... ..... Rlnrht of 'r f ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO :FLAY
_
the officials to concentrate all work on except coach excursions," will be accepted Way lib feat South of theiiotn of aaaMtnronsh ', .,
''work on the north end of the line and from Richmond( or Norfolul .......Thhty4lv*(1.\).TbIn-f; 04)). Tkkr.rthrae Private Hospital American National ,'
complete It through'to Knight'a Key, STOP-OVERS AND VARIABLE RornidPji| (SI). Thirty-two(32) and Thlm-uaa (n) JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY

e It a base of .. After AlXOrTEO ON 3 AIle TOWN TlCKKTS. in.... Tewrhb Twenq-- (7i)Sooth Rarer'hmabeight Bank Building. Tamp;

that work on the south end or that For ratee, reservation or informa (tII) gnat ta the Polk County Una '< .,' :I FloridaT'' ' 'J. ', . ,
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part of It below Knl<
reauiced. ,I tae Ticket Agent, or Board and the enVaal nal of lay Board,at Kkt.eimmee. 'e1 """' ""' """' '

r B.yCalTllnll'the road complete to agiven e' J, O. KIBKX.A NO. Florida thia tad day of SaHarata A.Dt .. : \ ; ; ; fw.4\, :\ ,'1.,1/1 i ,.:,;x.I' .,':,,;. ,.. $ \.,:
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: 07. tp' 'fr' 'Kt;
( point is, estimated that -time 1 IE. L.LESLEY, '. T'
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D.P.A. ; .1'", C. A. CARSON, '..a.. N" CC. .nA"
$
Clerk COrCBlt Court.O.e.d: eeer.gry.
Fhu
and labor will be saved and much of -" T Couaty .
the water .transportation, which has ARTHUR- B. DON EG AN.' (s..12 W. L. W INN; $ '3:? .:EC' :E: I
#, been very'' difficult to contend with Depaty Clerk. .

owing to the distance, to be covered ., -- -- ,- .. .PBW'.IOI4" Awn ama.cw, $
and the general condition and class of Carson :
I the boats in use. dole away: with. Noticei.ot Application for Tax .-.. ... a.a..rraf': Waters & Grocery Co.

i Evidence of the fact that Mr. Flag Deed Given in AccordanceWith -.-..cDR. -. _..

her the baa plan no to carry Intention railroad Of abandbnlog to Key Sections 574 ami 575 of ;. J. \V. SIMPSON. f --whaa.I.aa4Rct.IIB.N.rrla-

'd West Is furnished la the arrival !I. l the General Statutes of the .. G R rES

the yard here of the drawbridge State of Florida. DENTIST. 0 i :

,f ,which 1* to connect the Babla Honda '

_1 V viaduct.( This bridge has been arrly t Notice. hereby of Tax given crtincate that Jamea No. U7tt.Jaoodall.p..reb..r doted Office over Oeceola Phsrcuacy.OTTICE i.

fog; In sections:: for the past two weeks, .a the 6th dar of JolT. A. D. lee ha* Q a. '
m.
the last part arriving Saturday, andmaking Bled said certificate: to my ..tII".. and ba mad Hocus \I 1:30 to/.k.2Aa I COVMTY ASSISTS FOB \j k
application for tax dent issue In : p. m.:
to aeoordanoe"
a total of fourteen cars to be
i lawfftald TeloPhone No. 76
I:1 brought here. The) bridge Is being w'.th, core Seate embrace tha following- Jan &;Irr. If' A Y I CRATES. 'I
:unloaded at the terminal yard, where scribed t-nrpfrtj situated la Oaoeola sanely, : celebrated Fertilizers ,
U will be held until such time aa 1} la s Florid ...-.Il: :
0 .... ...'. GKA1X
iAt a and 1&of Bho Bah TMv. ., : ETC.
be erected which be .
to may two year ; tw' Block DL and I L.Robert Ba1 additioa to Kla-:. BenedictaWOMAN'S I
or more from now, as it is reportedthe C atmmeocltv.Tbaald -. Clrealara sad rrtca
company have received notice that J 1 land being a>*ced al the Idaa01/ .._lek.. .. AavltcalUai.. o
the I .uanos of such cartiaeate la tha /11\- .
bam ot
deliver the I
they cannot steel and, Iron Krrlck B. 11\
'&O'be abed Hi the viaduct until tbat I C nlaa said I-rul..et.: nhal I ba redeemed, WOMAN'S MCDION?* .t I
time. cordlnr tn law, tax dead will MII. thertoa on >

This fact alone U considered ODe of Paint and. PaperImprove : tbe Wltoe Utb day mr of oMclal nctobrr.signature A. D. 1007.and etl this. ,HIDES FUR: .:I

the prime reasons why work on th* [[KAL] thr 1Mb dy 01 rJeptemher. *. I
south cad of the extension was suspended. and protect your houte. D. 1\IlJ\\ \ n E. I,. LESLEY: *
r r .' as It would be ,useless to go 1..11 be pleased to brine my'1907 oseeol.k Circuit Court. YOU surFER the till orabOOd.. Country Produce a. is

ahead with', the> building until such sample books to your' house and Bjr Arthur- "-. Doncian. D. c.Coaaty. Florida.- DO as so many women da suffer, Do you epec1"lt-. ,f I
'tune-aa.it can be" carried through make any sumrestions in the latest ._ want to jot well without the seceeoltr C 'I
without delay.., decorations; that you may desire. --- --- --- < .-- of JIA\Dfqlea /aa ooa and ambarrnaBta- NKMMM ,

The Key'West Citizen, cbmmeatlnaontbe Drop me a card and I will cheer. Notice tor Publication.: eonmtations Da you want to take a "I

suspension refers to tbe use fully furnish estimates on paper remedyright. Into your home and ewe, r I

lessneas of continuing the viaduct work, on and, painting > : : .; s 1IEOIEE Land Devartmant Office at of Gainoaville.the 1--.".., ., yourself? ... WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BESti j

the south end ,until the atBahla August 19.MOT "

Honda can built. 'It says; Notice I* hereby given that Clam T.Salllvaa.of BENCDICTAIs ;,' ... .
The of ,be State are still A. BA filed __ ,J.;
papers E. EI UwaAaaa ha ., hi. Intention to a "Woman's Medicine A' praeeripttonof .

making some long guesses at the make final....peer Drool u auooart of ata claim.via . a pbyilclaa wbo sandn;tn* atndyo Female WHISKEY WINES'>'AND '
oats. of the suspension ot., the rail On .ANDO. FLORIDA. : nrnneHoaJ Entry No. SUM made June .. Di a.r his apeolaltyv It was weed. BEER.
road work: at this end. We feel con- 1101.fortha NEM Sectton V, TovrmhlnRan 2S. Successfully bJ'b...' in his nxaetlca.., U has ,

:fldent that none of the reasons given -0 .21 E .and that rid proof' will Ulnadeba.foraCJerkCircmltCoort. been aaad aneceesfuUF bJ' thooaanrta t>fwoman - (
are alone responsible though each oo at KWeimmey Flan oaSeotembarao else.i FrograMlre '-
REVIVO during tII.a.r pests
doubt/has some bearing on It. The ta.Da.ilta, 1107., .
alax fo n4 navaliuaba
have
stringency of. tb,' money market and iRtTot.YITuTT 'H. aaanaa the foUoa no witneaaaa to prove 'hl.eceUneoe assistant physicians,when tnedealrad to.avoid 1YHJEf1ROS: [ SALOO'NiJI.
the consequent high rate tot interest la'probably ........upon aril cultivation of the an oparatloa.. ' { "
one great factor. .The' fact. land vat: I
that the plans for the long brldare' at I : l lII. \ '
.. . .O.AIdof.1Aaduaea.. Fu.: Gary Sullivan BCNtDKTA; . -
.
Bahia Honda have: been changed and .
1
order must.be Placed for,thousand .:W... .. Haler. -of City.Unwhmaa.flat Cnarlea Fla.F.Jeremiah PrcvaaV of Moody Camp of. a vngwtaMe. riamr'It. ..' _.. from :;I.. H. NETTrLES': &, CO' :
I
of ton of steel is worthy. of< consideration THg boo.Fbv HENRY: ..CHUBB roots.;; Herbs sad barks'kaowa t* possess ,.. ,
-i. If MeffGAT .... woawlertoJ eoratlveaaa I
wHlon a
for It is well known that the properties I 't
: ...... tom al.orgaa.and 'Phone 166
tae
V steel mills are'now many months behind tomb.geot apse Orlaar3o I IMALSBY
In -orders...- Then, too atthe it "..."o :A> DY ', r ; .aervoas,...... Without sasatloala the .. Fri,; :; ':

rate the work, w..' going on '. at psdsw$. --..is Bs..p80 1' sow Notice: for Settlement, and Final 1 -maajr forans of fsanale troubles that women I '. -_ :::: 'i 'fI
.wert..lIr....ca..loldr.Cur.... is no trouble of Ibis .
'this end It would have been llnt.hedlong e\IIenI talL suffer we say bat there
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before the connecting links could 5s& -..__r tsrsrrt.......""laM y..utu!.be1...... '' Discharge. f klad that ......... will not. -InuasAlatair relieve. - MCHINERY .COMPANY3JAOK ;

k be made.--Miami, Metropolis... : .-at..g....yn..........--It. ..... ......... .ay.. Hadee Ie tiwbv.... ..a......It _\ eon- :and OaallF ae.BCNCDRTA.. '.. _ONV1UUK PLA. >S, .' 1
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I ,. rTIM.1ILrL.., .. -taM aU a>*ataa. Gee this data anaaaTn.aata ...** Bwta.ee ..... .7... \
w..tae..e .._ ..,.. ....raau.e_.. I win : aa Ooeasi. e!".'. _-ow_ .
QsItetM' w mag D'-.and stets GC w ..-. .. and..............Ceenty ledge al ;i'i't I
liver sad MdU.nu..w5l... O/M f. tile County of O o.ei.and State af riaralaatal Is prepared. earefaOlr and sctoatUoallr..earl t Portable
If ,.O'roubJed with ,com .e bs..eri.a.. Is aoastiy..t ....... aDd Stationery Jtial'l; .. 1
of the responslblllt ;
.... to .--. with the oomseloasaess
y.s Cttr ,
M plaint and have not 'received' help rgag at ..._el......Mc l.a stew ht.tsatte.sal errIM.dadrkfor.det4Iehms..ne aad ;. .},
of.ina.to....-. WToansai aometythat ; J t
E. Hammond 4.hlrts.t
rtadthls. Mra .Ma>ry =. fog Maobltter7 sod
:
Moody" .Texas." '.- .'*' was In poor) .--: ., .... .. V- t rotheIMawKThe..tllaa" win slot ray-be matter'isasllnl.Tl.bvrtalsajsnjsalssshanffncta. what naaybatneean'eUtlosi plate line carrleclla Kksl: : f
-F trouble-for Ofti' : ... J.w. M1IgA, sq term..
healthmth liver .a r .. .-yay... . Wrtt.e. fOr s
.. TWtov tt.r ca'alo ?
.. fTWf" .
the sbee . of tbe woman
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i.ago.-8_
.. ,";; "' are; .Doctorildl4. ,\ ..me..d DO three 1'OO4.a.dl bottle .M.ft..0.......ter pssaap .ratx Iola tRI.e. w. tpe..he*-}?". :...17...: 'U.. MM..t''1"pa" *bottley.bF. Gatlolsa.agent Erglas lor ih.OIQB- -0....., 't

y'. I cant say too ranch for .aeos.aA..sr.iI.altwh.wlahK. a.. OlraaJavs few I i tolas '. -, !. " ., I ,:",-1, TI : "' i

...1*' 1I'.a.'woaderfaJ ''liver MAt 11IGBg fNb ...... ........... Old..;.tiapars, egitable'fO, wrapplocand .' q' IIIIi I I ,..... ., 1:t #
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laa pays bare V : Bali ta"Eliiiatme.i , . .. . .
r< For ; 1'1., bt she other .purpose for'.ale"a.': &klsoffloeV . I . 'l\JACHINER1i "
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