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: October 11, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00302
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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haUtoa from Uat . .'.,.N'1; iN aused his death.7 mum OF THE streets, w!re ,being oYetrMebd'p..Wi. : ......, h. town.'UEs 20' ... ,
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? perlut,1) ; ft Ellis Introduced .tM llowras resoU- '
seeks J ; .i.ed .
1 ASSOCIATION Balance:. .. .. .. .... ...... .-... .... :.1"tM\ SO Durtnthieilloes.of was several ) CITY Lion, which was unanimously adopted reeTbe to tha.JaO.
te treated! by physicians' COUNCIL ; : three ....... erHruses f
', : Be .U resolved, That ''
5CtuOL: a0. Dr.r .ct s the
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' onvllle; 8t: Augustine Orlando negro man and .' areas
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To balanoa from . .. tot! be In.\rQcteft ? w >- ,
Held Thirty-first Anniversary Meetin Oft**warrant. 1utI.1'OOpOr)1.aa pat .. .. .... .... .. 76Bata. Klaslmmee, but all,to .no avail the Work Dpne nay'leading have all 'streets .oer arrest for" sailing ftqoor' 114Iry, .
: .- at Hie Last RegularMeeting. .to Lake TohopeleaUa' .
.... .. .. ... ........ ...... ..I '08.be Trim reaper had marked him .f r""bll' , .f and that he take opened 'county and .white Ins. ..' Mho ..- ;
? Here ThisWeek.,, ecIlOOL: .V_....,J<0.4. ". own, and he Will, beyond the. aid of : deem such steps aa he may' 'I,locked up for:vagraoay;' "
TftthalaDo from let report.. .. .:.......t KMMBf medical skll1: ' advisable.to" oarry put fills rest r "

r 'f< 'The Weklva. 'Association? Is holding I ...lei..lTaDWI aa par.lio*". .. .. ..., .. . .103Balanoa The funeral service1; were. >held' In Council 'met In 'rea'ular1.loo' olutlon; further: thsfc the' marshal be C ,J.ll_.Caeaar. '

Us thirty-first' 'anniversary with the ...... .. .... .. ..:.. ..../ 828 I. the l plscopal church Tuesday: afternoon there being present W. J... Dear's, pres- directed to' report to the city attrrney : Was..a man of nor evert sic/me..
KII. mmel Baptist church this !dent;; J. \Vj Collier T. W. Ellis; for instructions\ relating : Ieft4ts ;
'week 'STATS AID ran B. *"I Rev, W. A. Myers reading: the ; Ci; to above mark ;rand. be' became* M
r On Tuesday there were a dumber of : L. Bandy,. R., M, Whldden; P.. A. Th' attention of> the Council before his )
wa* time.
which Sickness 'obese'
1.bskeafro*Uat-- .. .. .. .. .. . ..tIO'40i burial service, after the remains i is
and addresses from -v- Vans:Agnew, city and J.- no' called to the enlarging .
*, papers prominent charge of Undertaker J.' W, Thompson attorney; necessity' of caused b) a torpid ,,llver HerMue
members! of the r alloola.t.ton". on the i. The following\ paid and'' cancelled were carried to, Rosehlll cemetery Gilbert' clerk, the' calaboose, as two' room* were fcot will'regulate your liver und v give :JOlt d

'general ubject "Evangelism". ,, ;This warrants, amounting 'to 'the .session sum Of and'tenderly laid to rests The minutes of the last't meeting* sufficient to to keep from! 'mixing: :the health. Mrs:Carrie'Austin,, .Holloa,,
term as explained simply eal l l'n 034.83, were burned In open : were read and sexes or races. Thesaniiwa.referred Kansas. '' ,
means: ,SU,of Ms little .schoolmates acted approved wrHes: : VI consider, Her-.
X *} spreading the gospels There were ,1214, J216. !216.1217,1218,. K181220;, as pallbearers* and In token of the .Report.'vt offlcerl. were, read and to"Lbe building committee with Instructions -bine the best medicine I aver,beard<< eLl< t''

n.i ,a ,, lutb4.'f' 1222./122J.1224./ 1225. 1226. 1237.4228 held .pprove'd. to make: necessary addition l a* lam nver! without IL.
'i p'&Ther'us Ithedblble 1236 high esteem In which he- was by ,Sold by s
1241 1242 ,
of nan- 1235, 1231. 1Z37.; 1238, they thought best. Roberson's '
< his class his teacher and schoolmate The following bill Pharmacy.-
were approved ..
)> .,",,1IIm. The muter of enlisting add 123S, 1234. attended the funeral: In a. body. and.ordered paid, towit.TMMuephy.s.lmy..rn.yor . Upon recommendation of the electric 1"1"j''
I. gaining ohurch' members In' Bill were appred'and .harrants light committee the salary of the
evan George war an'unusually bright sec)* Mohr IIonott A6ii.
; ...:.......I IS 00PQBodsva.aklanra.Baralial retary and collector ,, Ii "
gelism. The relation- of evangelismto Issued as follows: boy"'wltb. genial disposition that .. ... ....., K 00 ,for' the electric 'The following piipll of
the command ofJesus.. Evangelism WI ......._1ar1r .u.... .. ....y.t.. ..... ..' '* ** made for him many friends, and his PCBodg.wa la."' .... ... .. .. .......'.... 1700PCH l'i, light plant was Increased from .923: to Graded tb.Osoeola' y
In Sunday School. Amongst WCBaMMBPI .. .... .... ....... .. .. '"' ......., ..dir. >cprlaMrt............ 61. laP $35 per month, owing to Increase In 1 and High 8choolbavebeet. ? .
death
( ; B X Brow.. H1IP I..,.....', ,"' ''''' untimely is deeply deplored. C Hodsv, Nu vl for pauper.and. ticket work: attached to aid neither absent, nor tardy during tbs'''
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those from a'distancewho' took partIn "W1>.1MI...... )( BPJ. ... ...,........ JJw ol.iand) Mr. Aderhold have the to Orlando .. .. .. .. .. ..:.. ........... 1 75DnUWIIIa The cltv month.ending. ,October,4th, and 'hav.'' 'If,
the dlsoussloa were Dr, Lincoln ..IIBOHbatt.earn.teaanrar. ..,...... . sympathy: _of,the>> entire. 'community.,, salary...-ialioll ...... M BOB assessor presented the. tax made general of
average
Hulley, Pres.,.of t Stetson University; Y.Uay G......., pr: Un.... .....:.... ..... 131\0\ P Dana, salary Mpt K L>P. 1M 00 book..for the collection of, taxes< for 'ninety'p.rcent
ReV..T..F.: Galloway, {pastor of first JBBrnlth..n4torabtL1.p.1; >..'.. po) 06K Death oft S. Douglass.Mrs. : JBGIWert.eabrraa4rk; . .. tStO 1907, .which were, oiattlned snd :'ac ; less, or more,, In their studies' -with,.
not ,
M church of Orlando Rev. H 11:..._ eat t.achr. aclioolN..l. .. .12$ M S w OcUisr, sakry Me1cIarmIua.. f 00 cepted. than eightyfiveper/ sent.In'
Baptist ; HIM A.... H MlMia. 1 lIS 00 ., M. L.'Douglass received'a telegram : IiUWhlddan.aalaiya.ald rmaB., t 00 There being ; anysubject, and not Jai than, .ninety-
R. W, Thlot, pa.tor.t ,Apopka; Dr. 1 '.45 C L Band,. glary ." no further' business '
Fees sus 1darauui. five
Braai CIO ,
,N' ;yesterday'afternoon': ann6uno H-.. twroent dsportment '
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W. A. Nelson, formerly of Orlando, HIM Fo-a. l 45 00W lag the death of her husband E.. 8. T W EUla, aalarr a* aW. mao.;;'...,... . GOP Council .adjourned to meet Tuesday. First Ut'ade-Cornena .
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DOW."O AllajQta Oa. trI MMMbtnaaelth ". ". .".. ,1 ., : A. Vans Asnaw. city atlnmar II _lb., 74 00 No.elObeI'6. 1907, at 7j30; p. m, Lancaster.
HIM Emma Putrh" " ". 1 45 GO Douglass, In St. Louis yesterday'after JZRoharKMhaalaTrtnarar..r... .-,,... 1000Jlmtsmpbalt.wts..sfa I W, X SEARS.: .Pres%' France Tress," Fannie Beiford, Mary
n I The topic were; only handled, by Ml W M 0 B"Pn'' "e 4500 a,, 'short Illness.' Several1' sister :. .'.....,. .. CO J. R. OlLBBar.Clerk'; Tiller May Ltndeaf, Matcla Stanford, ,

these t.oa'8tber.wi. local\ ':,church Mla r La ,4 .- c- ;. 1 411 00 and a brother who reside In St. Louis aI.Lupf.r.wltwsf.- "' .. ......:. M i, 4 Y'r Stella Knight Norma Orlffln,)Oodseo"Offlesby
",, V *& GO How .., ;
rs. Mta.BrateB.OM-Iliatn.Yowdi' -, ," ." 'J III 00 and his son, LouisDouglas?, .of' Allan*UBas..wLas.sfns2dsps Clark taklns car..fiwvpan-..:... 'o., 1400 100 1, ,New'Shingle MilL Lee Keiford,Rodney Dana, 3

.CJn Wednesday morning the Ass MI..E41tb EaIk...." ...: "+I "' '1. '55C1 Gainesville Gal:, were with him In I Z a.oa.-- ......lela.fr p............. ..,I. 1 40 Willie Sylvester Irlo Bronson. Frank,
.Delation proper wai called t.b ,order Mw M.tU.lrodra" "- I e, n too his last illness.The W B B.rrU.print v...:. g iKtaalauna Mr; P.. Newman '"has, returned to Bryan; Gerald Rivers Ned Bullock.

i by Rev. R., ,W. Lawton of, Ovledo", Mta.MUriTI.rn .."V" "I 0800 widow a daughter. Miss Mary, *Drug Co. nrdielaa for pauseI '5 Kisslmmee after'. few week absence; Second Orade ,W an'Cha....

former Moderator., .After- the organ. Mte.JUli.D.l.. :. ""'X.-4.:; ..,. "' 7*. '60 5003a 00 Lee Douglass, and a'son, .John T. w..... *CrmoaCr*co rods....... 4 48 and w411 again embark in the,, mill lie Rerero, Ruby Dnks, Bradley
Mir (....T,.'I% Hr.OHMorrU.ia.Mot oCCjuaen room. f IXII business...
isation was perfected, Mr. Lawton )( Halt;.. \ "a0' n CO Douglass, reside here., I It....imma Tal........C.. phoma rat and 1. Harris Margaret Stanford. Mabel;

? -..ked. ., some one else be elected toff D.WIIIMI AW...... tHr\.. r9sd! H.. The announcement 'of'the, death of ..--.. .. ... w... .. ..... ....... .. 160 This time, however he 'proposes toO Overstreet, Ethel J Prentis',' Dick ,JB 1.

serve a* moderator; he having' aervedIn n..IICllw'." ... ......w"a.. 1100)Ft..t Mr, Douglass will be recel.ed'with M J Hick. nwJioaf Mirk. prlxmar and manufacture shingles ID..ad". of look,' Lennle ''COJUer.'ZObD.t'9a; r
capacity for the fifteen Barra.taoh.r .eba>>>I 14.. 15, ..:olt sincere paupar. ...it ->... .......V... I 0>1Inrrara lumber, and has: ordered a shingle Hay harsh Harold Wooc1all .
that past ... ...... ...... ..:.. 80 tOtatelMf regret by hundred of 'friendsIn '
.... .. .. ... .: aubrt. baullas; clay. .......... III 60' mill with a .
year. The body gave him a rising W 0 Hop". acboal. CO: ,40BtriaR 03 Tampa and other sections of south Bath Tjr.... fcauUna-'.''. .i..w..p.f 40 SO capacity .of 60,000 a day. Third+Grade-Ruby Keen, .

vote of thanks ,for his past faithful ...... : !" 130' Florida he having resided here many Taylor ParUo./ .t.noet..k. ....!.:..<....,',?. 120FJ Mr. Newman own a bod r of cypress AlllsW,. May Tlner' "

_.' service and proceeded to the 'elect- Mt.. raa""TOIIIpla_ I 12 46 :years., About twenty :years ago 'he Wllluoa atraat ....1I.J1J.'..;,...,..j.v: 1} UO timber' west of town and has selecteda Ethel Boberson, Violet Ball >J _

Ion .of a new chairman. ,...- r 12 IS aiMta.M.r moved to Kisslmmee and took 'the 8ta1t.Co..uU"I. ; : 00CDCanoa..lrM site for,, his mill o'a'tbe Midland tie Thompson Ralph, Besides, fAiI t., ?
lCO 03 : .... .. .... .
>" ork. ,1. ..,... 78 railroad
S P B..Ihor
Dr. L.:D, <3elger, Secretary ft. the ; rI.. C MItt. .. ." III' 11110, management of' the Tropical hotel 1 T Wl :w.._t for"Met wwII: ,.,.;., 00 near Shingle Creek.. Ha Johnson, Hudson ,Bass,,Anton, +.Rex: -l
will
\', State Mission Board' proposed the i il' "In Maw a..11I 211 17 63J and a few years later came to Tampaand : W B JIaI _.aoai_t for.Lr\'a work.: .. r3O emplov about twenty men; and ford, Mabel 81.... _

nomination of Uon.,C. A. 'Carson for P H.wtb.r.. 11 2000M took the management of '' the AI-. oaaph Btnnbr.sewn pip .. . ,'......<-. ISMJBGUbait.trals1ita expects,to'have his mill In operation Fourth Gradej.- Celeste.,Moseley, '
...J B S..<<.... t.eU'1tft "'''<0')' Wi ...* meria hotel.. Later he became Identified aa arptB...,.>'..". ST n. iii the next ten days or t oW..kti ElISe Bsss, Lillian Prentis Soste Bell #
;t ,, the presidency of the,body and. be wasunamlnously <1M 4..V.-; .... .. .. ..k ..,... ..-,.. 210' B onbart ralght for..f..trt light plot S riwBMaklse..Camdse. , Charles 41
'elected.. MI.. M. .B...... Mliir tefcool 1 satMw with the local traction. business, .... .,.,... 211f ,OXJulnn! ;;Malcolm Overs*****.

FT/( '' The association" , 1 la' , composed I of'I ....t..r.rin .. ',......... ...............':-. 'f eo and .whiles the Chaplns. owned the Florida Ekxtrte: Co...DpI.. .....)...... ..1520ACD.sssaw..dfsrsl.strku.blpl..t Jail Delivery.., Fifth .Zelma 3 011....,.:$ll-'

Mottle PrasLCtacb.r.cb.31: p hub. controlling Interest In the Consum 11111II On Tuesday night'last the prisoner dred WInD, fite.TlnerRlby., ; ..*.,' ,
I ..twenty-three churches, and one newone .1Ift.... ...... '1';.\.... ..r.A........ 1101 ers' Electric Light and Power Company Bean SUaa, wad tar. -tote Bcht Iaat 41 2| In the Don Bass Henry. Tlaer,'% >itwboy. "'
\ came In /., the ,opening of the Mla............. t.re..sr.r4.s!56.... III eeL StaU Baah,Ttolaiiaia.. wood t cket byS county,jail decided that they -. .
.... ... .21 NJ be was president and manager had been Incarcerated ;. ?
present session, the one referred .to U ..T..... .1tft.hnI.46.. 4 n. 41tS long enough '
.r I Station.. a Tombl... *..H.. p.prs abrbt" I.. 100CBS4..a.g of the company In'which capacity J a OUbarC assay. aoarat.tr sad eal- and proceeded to* let themselves. out BIW'Or.d.Emma Bail'r Is-.
*Campbell. : .". '3.. 4 be served several :year, having his tests for. ........ light plat,,... t I5 00 by'digging a, hole through the": Iwo Bass,. ;Mlttl Tyson, Ir.gp"__
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the Ewers acid tallstlcs .., 10 09 Ja* ......work far Eleanor
From akotrlfUcktpteai. 7tWIUaM. ...
II Mpselsy Fonie -...
*. Hsrvq' .. office In the building in which the foot brick.wall of the jail. ; .; 800
a. < 00 1_ work for,, lactrla ._ .
r be Usfct '
presented,, ttsr> seems to 'members progress J HMr.tle A II."l' ." "> '" t.i .rJJ Time Is.,now located. When the elsot... .a..... ;...'y..1...,...,AOao .. ,.111 The escape was'discovered by, Mr U1a Russell lfutos...a"Ste!!, Witlithdrl, N.6o. ;w
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[:'y l and, growth. Many new B Aldarmi '.. ,"' 4:. t.oo Chapln old the property Mr. Doug' MeAUbUr. ....Uo. .'t .. 3SQao C. H. Fountain,'. ,who 'was' p ...LDtrt.hroqh lister. see Br7M. Aesa 11oM-. i
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;:.JJ'b>v* been added to the roll of < B walks1) .. ." '4,. l. fl* lass went west, and for several year BoMloaa. kaolins... ...*..?.,..,.'..-.... 361W the court 'house yard'and saw BeY..Glad/obRa.... Ura6a. ; . . ,

..: hers* during the pact 7.ar, and U 8 0.-' _..... 8;..12 ...It.... 4 150K4 past b? hal been engaged In. developlug : A MeKMkMlary.._.._....<,-.. '60 O. .1M bole In 'h.wall,'who' Immediately 14&1'7......... ..., .a"yee/ddm1111 .
'ih have beea liberal.a ts.s.sebl Mb4M Council received petition for and Lee, ?
. contributions Aidrr.a, I.bat electric. In Colorado. Oliver- Ilea C1wea. OaaUa
a enterprise; notified
4 ISO great against cattle being at Sheriff Walker, and a dl i. ........... ..,--- ..
r i. editor of the penned night, M .. ........
**.rfRTr! r. CEdwards J..v..m:!IaIoow ."111....llla&c.... >.7S each having been signed bye' gent search,wee'made, ,but no" trace erpy..., ikHta.eM ::
good .ipll ; :
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Southern Witness located In Ocala O B L Glssnd".r" Ukor. mppuMPrmakCladwta.laMirw.Mll .1It' 21 Mr. Douglass'wa a highly accomplished of the prisoners could be found, ...

gvX; ** present ,In the interest of his abdbt4"......... ....:.../:........... 1121: man' and bad splendid business I number of citizen. After reading Lbe Nsxt' morning, however SberiffWalked a ad .'..... HIIdp1..
>... > 13 petitions. finding that each petition ; stow Aibere.
made an Interesting address ability He li'credited with : Ibe Parllar;,
:paper and ,, ,or- learned that one of Vprls-, "
..' W H UjUteaa.labor acfcl 18..;yipwwyr; 1 be contained a number of signers' who Twefh _1JIOMe. --WarlMea". Pfattn
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ft/ 'on Religious Literature.Rev. / W parr.....-'-CKktl. >{.*.uN.J?>. 1100W gaulslng the first trust that ever, did were!not; registered voter, the clerk oven 'negro. man' wass4a'house;. ::. Henry'...... . ,
W. R. Lambert. representing a 1I.1d_ wpplta...... 1.1.<...,'... 11 M business In this country-the cordage .of 'jAJ L' .. ;
.. .. ..... was instructed\ to compare laid .. r -_ ,,_ _. ,
toe AIlU-.aloon League.work wa* alsopresent. I. wlmeplJ..u. ,., \ .11\ tl-usv...through1 which he amassed ,afortune. a -------
}, .*.. .. 15 J.aE7 petitions with' the registration list
Stanlonl C. Ca..rwl. 4.v; : y > a.lcagaB/s As+llss a rls.BtiAsr
w.....ea....010 Co. ..., tdM..1. .. *> 'V and report Oat next regular meetingthe f .. .1. A
? An executive committee wee appointed Olna a C.. i..f.. . ,.. . ... at Naathra The body will be Interred, 10 St.. same .
'.t. 1. for'the association, consisting ........Book Dqxw. desks. . I M Louis, which Is the home city of the. qualified voters on .J., ie' II. 'Picture'Alf 1 I1d1. IIi

of C. M.' Brlttam chairman; and "....,ui Took Co. book. ...M... ... ..22252w I.mtll..Tr.mpa Times, Tuesday.An . The ordinance in regard to licensing ' -

'J. H. Richardson and R. W Lawtoo.lion. J Sara. troirbt sM'' s.. ...:,.......s 11 10CB.ek.lalud.rrh110.,4. dray haying been read a first '. ... .. ,
? ; .... :.., '1452 Enjoyable Reception. time. the i Kind*"ofPrompt' l'
at regular meeting In
-and)tre. C. A. Carsou'eate: awBias JaI:......,1II."t ?0 SO September FUNERAL DIRECTOR I m dti ) lle.f'" y:" a
f p't
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,!was again taken' up and,.on motion .
tained the association and their ''I'W soy, .....scrod 10......,*., .I ,43 Wednesday afternoon from. 4:30'"to t tt#
friends/' Wednesday afternoon from WCB.M.n>oi r.d... >110.: (..,. .. ..., 1M 6:30": Hon and Mrs.. J3': A. ,:'Carsontendered i duly ,seconded was read 'a second LlCENSED'SMBALMER; -
Brats" b>rrow..l moMT par.BM>:; .100. 00.I IIltaW time and referred to, ordinance ,. '
t' 4:30; to ft:30: o'clock In their beautiful BaDIr. Istm'at see aII_.........' MOO -an Informal reception to the which committee ..4 atUaioa CH .n to: ;;
committee repottedfavorably .
borne. It had bfen made more, beautiful Jack Tlmmoa". palatine achl house No 10 12 O) delegates In attendance, upon the and'oninotioa t. .4'- .I orders sent'by'mall or" 'I'-
1 h a for the occasion by decorations.. . Board' from' meeting of. the. Weklva Baptist': ,As* .; 'duly sec Also Nice. Line ,of Ladies' andGents' '
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,; borrowed $50 [ ; The Kissimmee.Orchestra. added to State The soolatlon:. ,A large. number of the onded'' was put ..upon 1U ,pa88&Ke.whlcb teleffraph.j. .,... , '
Dank and ordered euperintend Burial Robes. = J
unantmouclv osrrjed see ordinance t
,
dellgbtfel townspeople were;; Invited, red the .
occasion rendering some : .. .
by
L fl.A3 the ent to draw warrant for same; also to in another t. :
'--. tnuslo. It wa an",hour 'of soaolous balls aodarlorl were, '.'well column.;. _, ... ,Residence. Wes Sfda( 'of,,
draw warrant for 920: Interest on same IlL having/ been brought. loathe: sttentlo'o'of t-HONE'78. '.Court. House Square' .
: octal pleasure anA: the housee'was, filled with guest., i. ,
: ., for site months the Council ''that'certain -j
9 crowded with guest' Light refresh-' Lo'Lr.lllpo..tat.lon"ol' During 'the hour- the Klssimnoeeorchestra'discoursed . l e- r-csacr.uSseiAcrUuEir4ca6ue.' '" . rHr-aimEadbt. Ac Crlbt ;

'8, inents were served'by'a bevy of beau tn In regard Sub-Districts, : No.. 3 and 4, puplls the sweet strains of' . .. --,. ,- --.. JL..' s:;*. '..-; ,
,s'tiful young l l.dIe4f and the whole oc music, which added''much' to the ,pc-!

' 4 cation'wasamostb.ppyconclusion1o: Board, Instructed "h. ,.W.W..Cband. .as Ion and brought forth many favorable VVVVWVVVVVVVVVVVVI .. :
ler to look further into the matter and r '
a very busy body. Wednesday 'coIDaient.a from the vJll&Or.. ;

,. night Dr. ;'Wt ;A, Nelsbfa.... the old to report at the next m eUni. Dainty i .refreshments were,terved and

ran o'tha.. '' crtjss preached" a soul Hon: L. -A, MloJppeared\ before ll'blr..DJOed: by sll.. __ -
\ nearly the Board and nled.th.e. following pro- The 'genial host and hostess left
ttrrlngaermo9.v Itshouse- From J
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". Cued wUhpeuple. ,, 'testf ootbiDar:'undon. to make the, occasion ported apap : ; r

-There are' a goodlynqinber( of delegate 1'0'Honorable County Superintendent.: an enjoyable one.for all present, and

6 and ,lsitore 4A town and they 'and Board of Public' Instruction i that, they' :succeeded! 'goe. 'without ;

to be enjoying tnevhoipltaUty.! of I desire call attention ito saying.; ,
to
'''{D' ; ."your i _. . .
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Christian: homes where they are being the fact that YOU are "county officers n 1'L* I II ,

k 4jntertalned.: Perhap"we'' will. have and iVsuch should be paid for lour ,. Orange County Goes Dry.

,; ,more t6 flay .about this rneetlnsr,' .next services out.pf 1,general 'fund 'and After' ono of the most exciting election 'We have just received: a flue assortment_ i\\ .

''week'. : , , >- not out of!jibe school fund:.and I enter ever held In Orange county that, _

my .Qll'ot.e.t..ajfaln.( your drawing CO D )'w.. voted "dry" by a majority '

*, SCHOOlfBOARp MECTlNff.:' warrants. on the county, school 'fond of only two vote*., This Is ..unofficial i JAPANESE.. ,GOODS 'n'H -

rr--,, -ij i3b 1Jitdgs for your .service, or'for the service an4 ]just before going.'to. ,press i :

>", L' A. Wl!.x tsprlsiBBjriaw Sato.jest. of the county. superintendent'of' publicInstruction. j this we learn morning'that','to the'canvas oommlsilohers'!.be" return'met' I of all: descriptions, suitable for''Biirthday and: "

.. ter: salaries of Official. 18Iarn. .>LA MINX but could not'do ._
4) so bee.ueeI box Wedding Presents .
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Instruction '"' ; ,
..The.'Boa'rd. of public; A,Private,Citizen from Paola bad not. been brought\ ,+ ' "tiKJ
In.'regular, session, there" beingpresent "' L .: : _: : r \
t The Board ordered the above>> filed This prcloe' 1. rePartees'&I.. having "" f*""""""" *""B ****** *''* **'* *'*'**** ******'******* **'* *** ** **'**********, .
f W.:C. Bass, chairman; E.,. E. ', I If 1 : :
given the "wets votes :
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Information and apd. the
.own'and W? W.Cb.ndleri; a1.0'w. a look Into1'ordered the matter the superloteodentto and "dry" 2. The 'commissioners, adjourned I Our selection .co..ists of Bamb4uo'Pof'tJ4ors'Scl'eens, ;-Curtains'*;, "\\1

..'.'.Sear. superintendent report as soon a. 'possible to' meet again Monday; when Cushions; Pillows,. Lanterns; Par.asols.Wfeke'rjv .,:andnum0r"'bus ; ;,

t The-mlnutes' .the.J.ast regular.' *eso'n Tier belnr no 'farther businessBoard the result will'be 6fficlaly| declared.-. I : and. .costly.\. ,assortment, of useful and ornamental, ,Chliiiaand: ;; ':'
,read and approved .
were :Bert ,Brie brae. :
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adjourned - :
till regular D ;*
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Mrs- Bi Gilbertcounty Napoleon Bonaparte '
&lUNl''NPOn.d Mar; ih M follow*" meetlna: .W, D. BASS,' i Showed at the battle"ot 'Atuterliu. We' would call attention to our Complete.Line. ,of Floor:' CoverIngs -, : 4.

Klstlmmee; ....., Oct. 1, 1907.' Atteati W, : ...sJA":. .,, halrma' l. he was the greatest reader In the world. \ ,, coitslstlng' of Carpets, ,Mattings. Rugs. ':'Art'Squares4&craaJ1allt: , : .t'

11 herewith Under my report trees 811"J ''o 1lard. Snow Liniment ha shown reasonable, prices.; $ # ;

J r of Oaoeola county for the month the public his .the.'be.I \liniment'/lathe : .' . + ;.
'of AdeIttehL:
i ;September. A.,D. 1007: Deatb Gee world." .-Aquiceurs: for* 'rRn n coiwiE:, AND ILET''USSHOW YOU'WHAT''\ WE' HA1fE"w' ,to
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: .urwaa'srrooa rose.r On"Monday" ntgbt mailsoit.;Sprain. 11,1; Cute, so., "
.......laraa '.).;.7..u-; .;./ Uti O. ;eleyen 'o'clock ,George' Adsrhold,' A.'.C.,Pitta.. Rodeasa, .La.; says;" "I -; .. : -! .. .... ."
assa'e' beesa .c=plsoa.r, ; DeI.' ..."' 'eldest *ori;of CoDf.andfMra.-: .,':'W, use nanard Slip". :'Llnin> : .,
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MAIWA'S KEVENGEI the ..Iatutu bearers la order, and theureturn. ,Do no1'sufr .
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able tor reacu a district where porters Urgent P.lea"I( is Made By Headaches
OR I f 40' ,. < w
wereplentiful, and whe. le we could '

,ALLAN 9QATERM J IS :GREATEST 'ADVENTURE easily Bay., *T t;;the Ivory conveyed. to, Octagon Roosevelt. at'Memphls.r :l when


"And did yon land< It up safer I
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asked. COUNTERACT RAILROADSDeeper "

By H. RIDER HAGGARD. "Well no," Mild Quarter:'-", ,*'wo . V V
)ost about A third of It crossing a river
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A flood came down suddenly, JOlt!
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...;. -- -- ,-- , -' : : ..":.. -'::. _. _.., ._l, .__ . -- them bad to throw clown their tusksto Absolutely Neceeeary' to the 'R.g.ul.tlon "

we' the effect ft cave their llvei. of Rate, .Sajrs Chief
"" + CUAPTEn 'VIII. 33I : begun to' see '
cblldl"Cu'.anla "We' had 'no means of flahlng 'it up, 1"G
our message, for women Executive.
{ / Contlunedr few men ctonit In In little knots, aud and so We' had to leave it, which was i Will Cure You. .
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Then, ct'course,kbe guessed that I took poasenlo ot their hunt, very sad. wLole bodr. To
'; bad bad something to do with your It Wis, of course, ratter difficult to "However, we sold what remained 'With bands playing children! slnglrig The liver Is tho main-eprin for the In good order: do so,
I 4 \ and holding It willIe and for nearly seven thousand pounds;,sow good health bus mast LP tile liver In the condition
ehlng the topple / prevent ,our nieu from: lo-tlnn, and enthublastlo mea shouting the Ncrbino will put your liver -
molted the from the natives, and -e did not do to badly.] a regulator is needed. heatbcbC
the Imp | pace generally 1I'01nOD f:* will not auSor froth
,t mountain, so determined to torture for the matter of that rihite'men, "1 don't mean that I get:: seven thou' slogan of deep waterways, Memphis, it should be and you

me to dea.b before help could come. too, are In the habit of Ucius after a sand pounds out vf it. because, ;you Tenn., threw: wide her gates Friday A POSITIVE CURE I 1

".Oh,, hea..po.'wb\t": mercy It Is to ")ctorJ".' see, 1 Insisted upon nvery' taking a afternoon to President Roosevelt a

hear' English ffsinr But one man who< after warning/ half Hhnre.: score' of governors and many other distinguished FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

n "Uow long have you been a prleoncrhere. wos caught waltrentlns' ;:; n woman. was "Foar: fellow: he, had earned: It, It, personages from the statesIn BILIOUSNESS, MALARIAH
FEVER
kveryT" I asked. brought Out and killed by Nala's or .ever a mini did., the fertile Mississippi river valley. ,-
1 ; "Slat years and a bit Qaatormal-: der, and though ,,lliero VAK a littlo "lie set up a store'.n the old colonyon the United AND ALL LIVER t COMPLA
{; t lave lost count of tlic odd mouths grumbling that put a stop to farther tbe proceeds! and did uncommonly The president arrived on ,
t laW .. 1 \reVI., States steamer MlsiUslppl shortly after Of CoodJ
; trouble. World .
."I cams tijt '"here, with Msjor Aid!"y On iLc second morning; the headmenand "'And wliftt did you do with( the lion 10 o'clock., The bluffs, overlooking' Has Done A

and three other gentlemen and forty numbers of their followed came. in trap?" *k sliSlr Ileury. the river were packed with people who' TesrtR, writes! "I listo ,

S bearer. in groups, and about midday n deputation "Oh. I brought that away with me. cave the chief executive a'warm, wel A'SMiXSiSS liver corroollvo I h WO over ,

e "That devil,Wntnbe ambushed n. and of the former presented them also, and ,,hen I sot to Durban I put come. As the steamer)landed the whistles , tried. It done my family as well as &Sa--

5 murdered the',lot to got their. guns. selves before us without their ..weapons. It In my house. .' : .of all crafts in the harbor were and I rooommona tt to all my friends. 1
Tbey weren't much use to him when "But really I could not bear to sit. headaches anymore"
JUt fat them, being! breeeh-loaders, forth They were conquered, they' said, and opposite to It at nights as I fmoked. sounded. Immediately was"the' 'following the' 50cVvILL BUY IT.

fools tired all,the ammunition to "Visions of that womsnaud, the steamer Mississippi steamboat '
away TVambe. was dead BO they carne poor
In a month or tv\o. hear this vorda of the great lion \,,boo hand of ter dead< child would rite ','UP Alton, carrying Melting governors 'and Ballard Snow liniment Co, V

"Hjwew,. they -IIro all In good 'or.t bade -tea them, up.'aud of tba crafty in my -""Ind, and also] of the other horrors other notables. When all had landed '

der. and banging lu the but there. white fiian, the jackal who bad dug a of which It bad .teen. the Instrument. the president was conducted to a carriage 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOLMS( 1'\0.

t -They didn't kill me, because one of hole for them to fall In and o* XInlws, by Governor Patterson of Ten . 'J

them saw' me mending a Ran Just 11f-. Lady of War who had led tile charge "I began to dream rt la.llbtU. ,- had nessee. and Mayor Malone] of Memphis i r. r
fore Ihey attacked ws, so they kept. me and turned the fate of the battle. me by the lej. !
and the most Imposing parade ever Rccorrmended by
as a kind of Armorer. Ho we let them henr tbe words; and "That was too: ranch for my nerve, Sold and

Twice I tried to make a bolt of It when we had done an old ,man rose no I pacUsfl It up and shipped It to Us seen in Bluff City then began.. For Sale at ROBERSOJS'S DRUG STORE. i

but was caught each time. and Hold that In the name of tee people maker In ..Shedlelt), whose name was The president was continuously __ I
Last time \Vambe bad rtie Coscedery" b'o accepted tbe :yoke that was laid stamped upon tbe steel, sending him a cheered throughout the march. The -- -

: .t ,* nearly to death; you can" fee the : upon their .shoulders, awl tbat the letter at the same time to tell him to city Has a waving mass of color, not KISSIMMEE

ii ,,dire on my back. more gladly because even the rule] '!:)! s what purpose the Infernal machine had only along the line of parade but on

_ ,' "Indeed. 'should' haTe died If it ;woman could not ,be worse tliau the been put.. many other streets as well. When the
:had')'" been 'for the girl. Jlalwn* whou rule of AVambe. "I believe that be gave It to some turned Into
president's carriage Main
Started, me by ctealtb.He .. Moreover they knew Mnl hl'a, the m\UIt-l1m.or other." RIVER: ROUTE
F -- got that accursed Iron trap Lady of ',"Ar. and feared her not, ". ud what became of die, tusks of street be was saluted by a regiment of a

amen:: our things also,>nnd I suppose though' she wsfe a witch, and terrible the three bulls which :you shot! confederate veterans who from that "?

.,lie has tortured between one rnd two to see, In battle. "You must :tare left them at/ Xala's point acted as a body guard, The president STEAMER LILLIE.81'lAMER: ItOSEADA
JIUD red people to death 'with,it. Thenaia asked his dangiitcr If she kraal. I nuppose.. arose and warmly greeted the Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson! Jr,

i "It was his favorite amusement and was :willing to bec>owe fhleflalnets of The oM gentleman's face tell at this grizzled>d warriors of halt a centuryago. Regular .....fkl! ,. trips to Bastlnger s'.d returns Uosenda leaves. IClsslnv

lie, would go every day and sit And the tribe under hfcu.ilAlwa. } question. nee Tuesday morning, and arrives nUslmmee Friday evening.

>-itch bin victim till lie died. e"l3ometimes ..1"bobsc1 boen very silent ",Ab.,' lie saW, "that I, a very sad Despite a lively downpour of rain Special Charter Trips to Lake Oka co"obee and Fort Myer on the LJllIe

he 'would give him (ood since her xevcnge was accomplished, story. which lasted until the streets Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable
'' 'Y nod water to. keep him alive longer; answered yes tbat she was and that "Nnn! promised to send them wth: noon The most picturesque Waterway In Florida

telling him or her that be would let her rule should be good and gentle to my goods to my agent at Delagoa: and were jammed with citizens and \lsttors. Tor Passenger' and Freight Rates apply to ,

them eo If he lived to a certain day. those ft ho were good:>> and geode: to so he did. 1 Passing north on Second street CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor.

'Cat heDerer did let them go. her, but the forward and rebellious "But tbe turn who bronchi them 200( school children were seated on a On board "LJlIIo." ..Klulnm"rr" Ile'
', ''They all died there, stud I could she would siulto with a rod of Iron, were unarmed jnuj. as It happened decorated arch and sang patriotic '
*bow" you their bone behind that which, from iny knowledge of her char
4 ; they fell in with a slave caravan tri: songs as the president passed The
rock. after I thought exceedingly: probable.. der the command: of a half-breed Portuguese In his and "
president arose carriage
"Tho devlir1'' Raid grinding! my The headmen replied that that was who seized the tu.kll. and ;
,teeth. '"I VISli I Jihdu't 'Interteor I a good saying, and they did not complqln what is ,,worse swore teat he had she bowed repeatedly to 'these little ones. :: The BicycTe :

wish, I had left him to the.same fate." \ at It, and *o the meeting ended. them Arriving the auditorium rink, where c

"Well, be rot a taste of it/ anyway," Xext day we spent In:preparation for "I paid hlnrt>ut afterward, however" the deep waterways convention is be- l

,, ,salt Every."I'm glad he sot a taste. departure.' he'\, added, with a smile of satisfaction, I lug held. President Roosevelt alightedand Causes of Its Fall and Rules,for Its Proper
There's1 Jostlce, In It; and now tie's lllne ,consisted ,chiefly In snperin.
"but it did me back my tusks after chatting with several friends J
', gone to a place where I hope there's tending tbe,digging up of the stockade which no doubt hale long ago been ascended the platform. The; huge and Healthful Use. ;
s; another one ready for him of Ivory tu.i., which. 'I dldwth the turned Into hair brushes. '

"By, Jor.T I bonld' like: to have I the I greatest satisfaction.There ,And lie sijrbed. structure filled op rapidly and when By frank Sargent Grant. Jtf. D. .WV- '
GovernorMalcom R. Patterson of
setting of U! \were 'some five Jiundrbd. ot "Well/" said Good, "that la a capital Ten Irv.w .
J' - rand Irq lie'tslked oa. and ,Z sat oDd them altogether. yarn of 'yours. Quatermaln. bqt--" neaseo arose to present the president JtIN' Dame Fatblen: nodded her approval all the world rod yI

.r listened' 'to him; w-onderfiicr bow,be had' i ivQk T made Inquiries about It from !: "J3ut what!" be'asked, sharply,,for- an Immense assemblage greeted him. I I a wheel'bcn! later tho aetf-same arbitrary lady frowned
; :.pt tils reason for so many year' :. ery, who, told me that the stockade seeing draw' ,, President Roosevelt departed from upon thl. ne,,'ly. found'means: of exercise out of doors, her

sir, 'Cut' didn't'Ulk.-as I,Have told., It.)j been there so long that nobody' 'J.J "But I don't tblak: It was'so good as his printed speech several instance J devoted slave forthwith dropped their steel steed Hke'soity. r
o 1A geod'EngUsh.' to. exactly know who Toad .. '
,. t. He spoke very,slowly and as thonzh I collected the.tusks.There mine about the Ibex.-It.. hasn't, the Speaking of the confederate guard of a-.a. J \many hot cakes and consigned tJWn4o4b < lI.r.
tame flnlsb.Mr. .**' b-e '. ._. Another reason why, tile bicycle 'fell I from ,piwas ) :
'. of honor said It was a touching sight .F .
e bad got, something in hi* mouth j jconUooaUy was however a kind superstlUoas .
r Qustermaln made no reply.Good on account of Its abuse.; The sport.was wrongly begun x
using native/ 'Word, be- feelingabout them, which bad to see these old confederate soldierscarrying .
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,;) was beneath it. soon, overdone. and tbe-reaction Inevitably followed. It Is :
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<.u.e the ngllih ones had slipped his always prevented the chiefs from try the flag: of this great onion.f "
"Do yon know gentlemen he said quite characteristic of the Americans to take hold of any :' +
-H&M7. Lug to sell this great mass of ivory "It,Is 30Jn the morning,, sod Ifwe any one wanted to know how 'they good thing and make the'most of.it-Indeed?very' oft n. the worst of It. '
and I
At last XU cane and told that Every examined It
up as carefully are going to shoot tbe would fight for that flag Jet'hlnt ask In the first ; Instruction
'feed; trss made reedy, and thankful and found that although It was so old, big wood tomorrow place the method ot as carried out la nearly all the .
: we. ought to leave here at 0.30 the boys in blue how they- fought rldta*' schools was radically wrong. i I 4
enough were we to ret ,It, I. can .tell Its Quality was really as good .. ever .- '. : si I
i sharp. <; Pupils were hours
700. and there :was very little soft I1'OrT.J1I against lie said with emphasis that taught In a few or few lessons bow to mount balance ;

'After ire,had eaten ire bad a consul.tatlon. the lot. "Ob.'I :you shoot tor. hundred he was u tnnch the president of.the" pia'coaAdenc.. and then roll around In 'a circle from right; to left rarely reversing
:years, :yon will never beat the record the action until they could !;;.(
"* Athirst I was rather afraid lest:, now south as of the north and was devotedto do this unaaalsted. Then they. were pronounced
.rl ; ; that: services bad of those three woodcock," I said Interests.. He adepts, graduated and sent out on. the road. ,
r, Quite tbonsa-nd, *f XVambe's 'solaiem jm7'i been rendered, Its said he was bait
"Or of those three elephants added Not an examination was made to the pupilnot: 1
as physical fitness of the
at Xahv should hesitate to wltb '
were, > or de combat but at part so a southerner,and when be told of two lesson
r" Sir a wss
Henry.And .given In the
various mounts dismounts ot
and correct position .
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least, two'thousand remained bidden much valuable propertyt'bat this wasnot 44'the
three ot uncles
or bis. havingworn'the
then we all went to bed. and X handlebars,
proper height and '
4m the bush and and the case. shape of the caddie and the suitable gear :
'" togetherwith those rocks In the these, men, \When I appka to bin on the subject dreamed at I bad married ,lilaiwa.and gray he.was, tremendously ,applaudfd.SpeaklDC the artot. back peddling the use of the brake the rules ot the road-In short,
outlying waa much afraid of. ,that determined Tot a deep .water channel on. the complete control and, management of the wheel
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kraals, were a aonroe of possible dan- be merely"said: "' '
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lady. from the gulf to>> the'.lakes'the, 1 president ' Reckless riding, brakeless wheels road
.cer. Take It., Maeamazabn. take,It-you' ."i, and indifference to the rules of the
The question arose ,therefore, what have earned It well," t t" ill,_ lThe End.j' said he favored rapid Improvempnt'otth.ltialssippl'river. have tbe been, largely, responsible] for the present apathy and dislike of the bicycle
on
Waa to be done; were they to be followed 'And.to speak the truth thomcb. I say -- L..i..t.WLen.asmall 'Like public high ways; by the ''overs of the horse.

or left alone '. It who shouldn't.; I think; X bad. : boy recentlr .asked Davy Crockett the great. Tennessee- Another. abuse of,tbe wheel ,was overtaxation of Individual power or muscular. -. y

t 'I waited until everybody bad spoken I iJTro we pressed several bnndcsd aCatn- what was' meant by,'the Darwinian an.t& he ..aidI favor 'isle motto, '.be.lII'e strength. The perfect: up-to4ate safety provides us, wltb an Ideal

some'giving one opinion and some an- bearers Into our. .service and next- theory, be .was gratJshocked by the 'yon are right and then go ahead.' means of carrTIDC'tbe dead weight of tbe body with the l least expenditure ofmuscular :

' ,ti; ?'gave mine.. Before we went 1 took a formal farewell ,. monkeys: 'aver.' the ,ancestors: of up to the 'go ahead' e. after a little practice without apparent fatigue that Is no reason n{
'It was to tte effect .that Kala should of Malwa.. whom.we left with a man. r>"Bnt that 'Caauot! be.**, he h repeated stage, but. why one should do so. Do.not exact from a wheel more than you expect
:- fit: 'take;"a"' leaf, GUt! of the great Zulu bodyguard of 800 men 'to assist her.la ,'. many time. 'in dismay' ,: evidently we want to be dead sure about It." from a horse.So .

l!rcbakp's book' and Incorporate.. : the settling 6. toUDt1'$'.' searching, for,ashore.satisfactory . In connection with his discussion of many wbotook up cycling overdid the thing. They would ride beyond'tie

tribe. not destroy: It., She gave-me her band to kiss In a answer to,this startling c theory. the corporations, the president said limits of their physical endurance, never counting on their return trip.,

,, F : .XV* bad a good,.many. ,women. among. I queenly sort of way, and then said:, Flaally; ILLS face lighted up at the discovery his experience In the past few years Injury rather than a benefit to tcaltb followed In consequence.and later.Indifference ,

R 'Ibe JII'bODera.' UactUDBcahn'yon>> are a brave man V of a' conclusive argument had brought him to the point of feeling and disgust for the pastime; .,..

: Let tbenvtsnggested. baJtent to the and have.been'a rood friend*- to me In., against It "Don't yon see." be said ""sincere sympathy for certain Indulged in moderation there Is no form of exercise so pleasant. and; so ",
v ,tilduir puces ot.the soldiers and make my. need.. ,; : *0 *. "ome day we shall be ancestors ..Ddwn. gentlemen 'who are cut'lnto healthful to'both mind and body as"a mount on 'a good 'wheel. "
su offer.vlf .' "It ever watt belpjpt shelter, remember a frenzy If the
:.r yon not tnoukeysr-IIarpr's Magaslue. following' suggestions were faithfully observed the writer believesthe
the meta Ii would come and lay down that Ualwa bas a'.good memory ., A; l' by the most common sense, remaika""I Interest In cycling would 'again be revived' and would come to stay

'-/p-thelr arms and,cJeelan their allegiance' foe friend and,foev ...; .#&'.. will use my utmost power to First ,Do not ride a wheel before
getting to
,,>TL to Nala.' aad ". nave la.yotirs- .!. a at..ra stamp out a me4lca'oplDloa as yourph7alcal
.r they their,.town and. cat .ul.l .. murderous and lawless anarchy ; condition and fitness
bosom of
./ tle should be thanked her and went The a mallard dock stewed "
snaredAc And: so I he
declared "and I Second. Learn ride
down wlll>not' to properly and ] to
until there are no juices thoroughly control wheel
Wantt. cattle alone She certainly was a remarkable going your
would be seized : very more before -
stay my hand because taking to the road.
to waste a baked potato about the a wrong a
s the prise cf war' woman, "
': ,Moreover. ,Wambe :bvlng' left 'DO,1r'h114ftD. A. :year or. .,two ate X beard Coat her ; size of a goose egg, Ufo: slices of Boston doer masquerades as a tabor leader Abandon Third See that "our'wbeel Is equipped with some form of reliable brake A
brown bread right out of the than if he masquerades ..' high gears.Fourth. .
$ ,, bis wife. Malwa should be father 'Nala''W" dead and that shhad.succeeded oven a captain
declared cbleftalness'ot tha tribe:naAdet to tbe chieftahashlp of and spread with, butter' that has no Industry.. I have heretofore expressed Learn to use and.not'abuse this wonderful Invention and graceful S"

Nalsu. broth: tribes>> ; wblchfsbe ruled:with great athletic reputation, a spoonful of raspberry myself'on .the subject of undesirable means of locomotion

UtheT dld,'not accept this offer:by justice and.arm nos. : '" Jelly a cupful of Young Xly'son of citizens and I stand by what' Fifth. Never exceed your strength. Ride for' health and recreation, +

Ibe moraine of they second' day.':Jt ",1'can assure yos thnt"we ascended moderate strength. ; piece of pumpkinpie I said allke'' when be Is never for records
aboaUl( be.taken'as a'declaration.tbat life pass leading to.'Wambe's; town with ,'maD..-....,'and yon have a dinner italist :who"'wins'a a great,.cap Sixth.. 'Be'cOD.lcferat and thoughtful of women and children man aDd r

-- they wished, to continue the war. : feelings Very cwrt.from those. with that ought to keep yon In good humor '' aDd fortune ,by'chicanery beast and fellow wheelers when out on the road Strictly follow the rules of
x : 'on_ town which had until' curfew, rings.-Nebraska wrongdoing .nd'when. he Isd.man'who'under the road and compel, others to do the -
should be burned, tbebreJP51'rnliIV'ur'mef ws' .descended_ St a few; days, . > State. . sam .
'aJreacJJ' before: JournaL. the guise of standing : '.

c CA. 'eolkeUng and driving In in great cmm- But If I was grateful/or' .tbe Issue of Ipoi. Dl... ... r. up'for',labor preaches and encourages : eI\- j
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:l'r w ;:brs--wonla. be> taken,;and tbey would events/ :n-can-easily Imagine ':whatpoor A Berlin or.Eal..r. 'Violence' and murder,**' "
";;;be hinted down.' Everys feelings were. .. : butcher named Klsker hasen.senteacedUo : When the 'presidentciosei'his address Too Many "GoodCitizens9' l
, 1/- ,'.* tiadvk.'avas"t on/ti declared "' IVhen we got.to the top of"lb 'JlIi.. six montha'.lmprieonment tieWas 'driven'' ? .

to h Mse and actetf ea;,. *- ['be .actually. btefors, the+ wbole' Imp" for having spoken disrespect- fiipldly'lo'jds tt, '
t folly of the Kaiser.. tra.in'at: the Missouri\ /
The
.Thetvross.st fact tbat thectenaevas.ommttbtd Pacific, railroad "
were t flopped
c11qat1lDeG".r, ,+ down upon his knees ,and { .
saw from tbctr'faces tbat tbeynerer tbbnked'Leaven'for. :Ills tl gee years ago station and departed 'at 6 o'clock for ,- "
escape,, :with .
'expected tatgetisncb'tMsas:'; ,'. sad Mot lean rmmlAg lown his face. maHon-Vas bad no:weight with,tie Jndse.' Infor-' takev'Providence, ,.Ia :for'a .hunting ...,. +' ,

:" > think that their -mission ;weald be Dot then, asl have said, ki.-nerves given to the poice: agalait trip., i. B,", William' . ,Jilten- Whlta., \

IR ....t..>, . ..... xy. :were shaken; ,.tbouch, now that his the butcher by a formet friend trim .'OO'often.our schools and colleges turn Moro
he bad out nothing r
M .it!r N.erUlelwPimt\ that'
c .l : pr p r.(ton,..ugalnst.possible) ; '>am.j. sort' f;clothes.on this back aDd jeste' than his,judges( *, and vlew.oi has frequent lese ma- ?"AtllEMI8T;: PRESENT: ,"'B :.L&, laws, conforms to the amenities, worships whatever cltlsen obeys God'

, 'aorpftse and aloe In collecting all the hope jn his heart be looked ,a'er3". ly annulled sentences which .T', there he.. and lets It go at that, He does not get tmd.r.the'
they bato
wounded of tooth parties Into a hospital'whleh' clilrerent'maD' from' the -
poor wntehvttom'W.ha pnredon his sab'ects' for Ient.2300O. : ; fop services load pt the and liftHe. Is a dummy director
1S we extemporised' ou| of.sb 02e .tbl.JII'e! ,!,.e.Atl (. , Rendered word Who falls,
pacua-l": from death. .br;, ""i, ' (I'.'. i ...'... -. .- ..t ..top.Uae th .Is a partner In the Injustice.of this
": 'l.. tsrand re"'*.,.enCed. to 'them,. as' torture/ .J. .. ......'.t............ ' ... ,J.ron./n) the, Thaw Trial., '- l' He does'not see that until he turns out to the .We,:. :

; ;f.i Coup Well.we separated! frost Kala at tbe j, -"' JlatN.'elt'tp'ePdt4 VA. ;N.,,: Torlc dispatch says J"Tenef I aDd prlsnaries (and conventions and :\ caucuses. and'; ;
.erening'poot Eveyj'badthe mass-meetings +
9 i- ; tufts iltatrtct ,
stairway or pass over tbe mount >-, con Innal, Attosney-Jerome's makes his protest felt. :The
the{ boasting alienists thieves
of to that
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o :fsFO'thllt; tasted ain. S'fer.C\.1 UreJ'the h ry 'pin;: ,f'iU-.1ILW' woo 'trlai goad-wall'eep right, on assailing the weak
considered ,
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F .rf' .* 1t, I ; : Ttblcljr:.we; 'Md come tina fU'req: : wera" tbe..Amest'aad'bntithe: the:welfare of society: Mh
.z 1 '!,,be nearly,cried with, Joy few :weeks b.fore..Dd, 4b",chief rJ, : rendered ;
men of'this
; an ever, made, exrlatuteil, one' .bills ;fot', thelr..ernce.. .? One of,.tbe curses country Is the large class of'lICMIalled "goof'elt......:.
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turning to "J'h'. '
", kraal 0"' .the artbet illy tot 'frleDdt"neal11, one would total of henr"; wbo, becAuse.they'have: '.
', Phi pJjMpisied'. wsjhooaoy sign ot std. of tb mountain.; II tU'nt! that Angvle had tateate4'ohater peisfi bUlt .'stlgbi', ,. '....c.... of.... j;I.. looked:upon as leaders.Better.Is book'learnlog'.snd''Wen'AWngfcIOthe.ani't a governasenpa t ; ;
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eI #, "'t. f , ..... ....v Io"T-;:- ,t_,. YttI-'r-.: .. .' .".)It-v.'' (' w ."...:;- o .,', . cerely and seriously the light God gives them than a council of "good erases; 1.1
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;l!> > .. '-' ', :"v','. Wsterwaya 'CentM/ae4en' 'in Strong -- ,1 ttaverner ef..A..... 'Given,Herel. Rap '
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,Four'Maskpd Mn 'Terrorize Resolutions-A., .ks ''Confrsss'.tO'{ ,, Edwards( Confesses '. )by. PreldiM K".h." ....*.am.... '; 'Doings in Florida .
Have
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,Deepen Mississippi River.; ,, and. M..1IVlhe'fliIlwey' I .
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Ala ,apia( tow *.. Killed Fourteen e..n. alt\ .

r After selecting Chicago for the meet : The railroad .situation ,in1 Alabama ,! :-r; :'.;, T" ,.; .;r "'!; : :T; ... .;
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ng;' place,:next'year
SHERIFF' JS SLOT DEAl, ) ongress. 'to authorize work for"a' it- JI\KE .. HMRYORCHARD the' governor oil, one."aide 'and President Governor :Broward .w>.d: family.'are1oow'tnsUHed : :tat a 'very"' enthuviasllc meeting 0( ':
!I J ', 'c. .. In the manctoo 'at :Tallaba the.
from t ,.etaair -Gr ctor"'J Ji.'Tampa tt,
channel the ,
t .. : -y---r- I .1; gulf. ot'Meylcoto. therr.rN ;Milton. H. Smith'of the. Louie.vllle -' '
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?, v; i see; aMkqucb much:, 're.aID' to was dealsVid, 90 it ;tbe dates (or tII < ,
One Bank Robbed of |67B.&29 end Another great lakes the and Nashville '
? second annual con. r.Sen.atlon .railroad; ,on,, the e'dQne' '
the i ; betorete!>> ; .Jace will: present holding,of tke. ext Vlerlda state tata p
f Burned to, Oround in'sn'Att.rlt ,entlon of tbe'Lakes tothe Quit Waerways Was Sprung'.t Murder Trial other:, says a, dispatch, from.Montgomery. the appearance:'whiche/ desirable., ' Tampa In Pebrusry,1901, beginning
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c ; to Blow Safe-One* : ,Association adjourned;.sine In Chattan ogi-, Unexpected The, latest from Mr. Smith is and
) Much of.the. .undergrowth, lore on'the 5tb"4 i'of, Uu>t,Month and ooe> .
Robber, Negro, Capt -lad.r die In ;Memphis 'to tbe letter "
late The an answer ot 'the
Saturday ; governor : l''
Startled of the ,trees
.. Admission larger < about the house; tinning uliUl 'the, ,14.,
; -' delegates were tendered a banquet' and ,the Jury. ''f in which he announced: that he have beed* cut away,ttat'until' tit ..,- There' was',ari:renttrety' ; ......_... .,.:
Tourmasked'bank' robbers two .
? would call extra session '
,smokes: Saturday night ', an of the leg rVoa .f'a landikiape'gardenercaq, be butearned:! discussion at'e in....
, white-men and two negroes; looted Ibis, meeting In the"Interest' r'the islature to make those roads'not how '
,'. ; secured no attempt; win,be made.to, layoff over ,the honth'tn whlck the fair:;,
'the TtnC'NailoIlAI ot Seddun "I have shot! and .killed four .
Bank ,' waterways Was probably the'most'Im ; probably . *, operating under the new. rates.'comein '
the be and after
grounds should held mature 4e
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; ;Ala, Saturday nlfiht; 'of $375.525. ,shot portent ever held In the south. Speech. teen.'men- la my' ..time 'and,the list tuajr>> and da so* ,to. which some 'rather The.new' furniture for the mansion liberation, It, was ,4etermlne4IIY' ,u.e
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Williams I" ;
Sheriff ..John dead as he attempted .is, 'were delivered! by, mea who'' have up' totwenty-five.': {? warm things.are said.ot the- executive arrives by' II1Ita1lme ts,: none :t t that directors that February, considering: an' '.

:" to arrest' them and "escaped, dude>a life at dT 'ot the nation's rivers 'That remarkable 'statement wag of the state intended tor the, rooms ,on the; upper; :;, the Condition '.and rcircumataaces, hi
r a' by' mea-D' e>t a hand car ot the South. and harbors and In Instance, D (A personal'shot is'taken at Governor .
every made by D. Edwards, on trial at poor, bas yet coma, and ,a. large part the beet month In which 'to bold, ILThe 4-
:i 'ern' railway. a .deep..water'channel from the gulf: to Chattanooga, Tenn. for killing ''Tom Comer In the'statement; that'the possession of that designed'for the'flrsti' ) floor la general opinio'ot'therdiadtora I '
rrr<: The. bold robbery and the tragic{ the northern lakes Vas adopted. Brookslast December. |. of':cotton mllla and Immense 'wae In
.I"1 ,, :,. ,.40 still .on, the way. What hal' been received present that the'weather.; February
J death 'ot 'Sheriff' Williams; 'who was The report1 of' the' resolution committee Edwards made his confession while plantations may constitute swollen fortunes "
b, very, ,band oineV; most of Jt 4. .usually more settled than; ta
: universally >admired!, threw .the town was received, and. adopted with. under cross-examination.. which is held now to be 'very bad"and 1 being of solid ,mahogany upholstered January; and "that besides;thl"' ,'verydesirable
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'." Into the greatest excitement and a I out a dissenting vote., 'The resolutions lie w. asked by the attorney fen-' should' not ta allowed: 11: In'green.. Some of the pieces are cDI'centy 'feature,. It was' also'thought,

a posse, was quickly', organized and beg are as follows: eral it he killed any ODe previous to, Mr. Smith accuses Governor Comer band-carved, '., are also'.ev wise to,"give 1 ample time for, tbe'extea-
Ii. n a. elms ot the robbers in the "1. Resolved 'That'It.. the.sense of the killing off Brooks. .Edwards: ad- of Intimidating the members of thelegislature I..eral pieces made'of Japanese teakwood, site preparations to be'',made ,for UM

"f1I r; northerly direction that they ,took this convention that, the deepening of I mltted that ha bad 'klUed a man :In to make them take part J Imported directly from, Japan. There fair ot 1808, which. It oocurred'durlag
r The robbery was discovered" about the waterways' front the lakes to. the I Kentucky. "11 that aUT", asked the against the .railroads and charges that I are besides these articles la the dark -the 'first month[of the year ..01114 '

V! .19 o'clock by some one who was'passing gulf Is a.public necessity and that It attorney'' general. laws were "railroaded" through the I I mahogany three pieces made of the not allow time for these,preparations.

(: the bank. Looking through the Is. a national duty to take definite and "Well." said Edwards "I bare shot legislature so rapidly* that the railroads lighter variety of the same wood from As to the \objection '.to: February ,<"!>

darkened windows be discovered theo Immediate action to deepen said waterways and probably killed fourteen men In whose Interests were vitally affected Honduras. These are beautifully In vanced by: some, that,the, crown of 'visitors
i tour men at work., He immediatelygave to a depth of 14 feet from the my 'time.:' bad no chance to'be heard. ;The: laid. A handsome clock ot black oak could ,,not be 'acoonimodated In ct

the alarm and. notified Sheriff lakes to.: .the' gulf of Mexico,; throughthe He stated that most of this1 occurred governor is called upon, by Mr. Smithto which Is'also arranged as a ,batt seat February, which Is, the height, of the

(JkVllllams. route already selected br the army, In Dreathltt 7.,county,' Kentucky, In abow where,, a single Interest has and hatrack.'adorns the side halt which tourist season it was shown UuLw'a,'

A. .the offlcor reached 'lhe !bank the' engineers, with all practical speed. ,suffered by the "domination" of the separates they back 'parlor from the the Urge new DeSoto betel, now. in

.' robbers; who'' had evidently learned of' "2., Be It further resolved .That we I several. Louisville and 'Nashville railroad or | governor's, of lce. In the main hall course -construction aid honing ofeDtert.&lnm.n

: the alarm,. attempted to leavo' when respectfully: ask that, l sold work be' Constructed Dreathltt county and recently aided I by its attempts to' Influence legists/ Is a particularly, hail\ seat upholstered contemplated,, there,wlH

J (aey wore \met by Sheriff Williams, according to the continuing In'running down'and capturing la the I tlon in the past. He also raja that In black leather, 'with a magnificent be more'hotel add boarding house'accommodations

-wild cajled on .them to'halt.'The-rob-;: contract'.)'.tem., mountains 'of Dreathltt,I, the Lookout railroad interests, like those of the plate glass back lighted on each In Tampa than ever:before
"! 'tier hid in the darkness, opened fire' *3.,De It further; resolved, That"the mountain wife murderer Ed Turner. farmers, have a right to be heard In side by electric bulbs mounted on tall and ample to, provide ,for even

an him' with 'a volley'and be' was In'rtew.atantly Lakes to the Quit Deep Waterways Association Edwards'did' not' change expressionor all matters'that effect .their' Interests. brass standard Handiorae carpets and much larger, crowds than. attendedthe,

;',')-'. killed.Bystanders. hereby extends thanks to our give an",Indication of feeling; when "It does not seem to have occurred I of Wilton velvet 'cover the floors, last,) fair.
who bad arrived at, the co-laborers in tbe great work of Inland be confessed uDder.;cro8..xamlnaUon'to to: you," writes .Mr Smith, "in teach Altogether when the furniture Is

scene were" terrorized by the mea who waterways.improvement, the Missouri bis bloody record.-but after getting Inc,the' people to take from the.own. placed and'other' thingg arranged the When the Tampa city 'council Suet

j ran thrdugh; tbe street carrying their Valley Improvement Association, off the witness stand, added that the' era of railways their' property without Interior of the mansion will.pr..eDt avery and canvassed, the retnrni/ot i the 'election -

;;, booty with them and firing as they ran. the Interstate Mississippi. River Improvement list might 'run ,up to twenty-five. "If regard to their property rights handsome appearance. ,' which resulted in the 1 extension

The men escaped to the yards of the and Levee'AlioclaUoD. the everything ,was Included." jthat someone else may teach them to of the city! limit .of Tampa bout a
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S Southern raliwaywhere they secured Ohio Valley Improvement Association 'This Is his second trial, be baring bring about a distribution ot the property Preparing for Confederate,Vet*. half mile west of the present boundary,

r. the handcar and all other kindred, associations in been released without ball after his of other than railway corporations Preparations'.are: being made for the a protest(from a"numbar/ot/ the;,voters. n
; They immediately threw their plunder this great valley,, for their valuableassistance first;trial. Since then he bus been In .' ; that they may in time fall to entertainment of the' 'Florida\ division residents and property owners In' the

. on the car and ran It down a'I I In the past and 'assure another state but. when notified of.tbe distinguish ''between capital 'Ia.estell of the. United' Confederate Veterans district annexed who are opposed to

pi'; heavy grade, making good" their escape them of sympathetic interests in date of his case, came back to Chattanooga in railway (which'Ms the aggregate when they convene,in Pensacola,In! :annual the, extwnsjon! was prevented.. :Allot:

<.'+ the object of their effort in .the Immediately He Is considered capital of Individuals) and the ;aggregation . reunion on the 23d of this month. the signers declare that. they voted

f,,. A negro ,who was ,shot' in the band 1 Important work In which they are' reapectlvely -, the most remarkable, prisoner 'ever of property'by individual The Daughters of the Confederacy'and against the proposition the eteottoa

and captured In' Leeds, Ala., by Constable engaged, and "of our most tried In Hamilton county. Reference' to'the fortune'ot the governor other auxiliary .branches' ire preparing which; they.'..aerti;was Illegal forsevj -

:. George' Lamar confessed to' cordial and energetic; cooperation r :'is', made' in the',;mention' of a"twentyfive a very' entertaining program,; !twhtle eras j reasons. The reading of the paper

t.: being one ot the. party of four who' therein. ..ROOSEVELT AT CAIRO. ) thousand acre farm: in Camp' Ward'' No.' 10 will'arrange! fur ,created quite-,a 'ripple"of..excitement.but .
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.. robbed the bank at Bed n. "D.llt further resolved, Tbat ,we. ..." ,- 'qonnectlon"with'' which"'ho .saysi "It the care of the survivors of'thai civil the only action taken was to .order

.. hereby tender the unanimous and profound Citizen. '.f, Illinois ''Town' :'Listen, 'to 'Is true' that the extent ofa, fortune war. The armory hall 'will' be the It, filed), ,and, the.councll proce ed ..

'," thanks"'of this association to the ,, v Speech by Chief Executive before it la ,swollen baa not been cleanly meeting, plac.. ''and Interestingprogram. : \I at .opc. pass resolutions providing f

.'. president for'his masterly and forceful -Pre.ldeDt'aool8Ye t and party' arrived defined,, but there are many ''who are'being arranged for the;two the .Immediate assumption of(''jeonty.

j stables Lamar'-and.Smith were .stand address and for the great honor be has at Cairo. ''Ill; Thursday morningat may be taught to believe that a man' day of the .reunion. The old fighters : tho."city,,authorities',,of:' Tampa' '

," 'tag"In the drug store when they; heard conferred upon us by his presence here o'clock and were saluted .by the who owns' and cultivates a farm of will have an opportunity of. viewing the territory'annexed,. Wha. fur "

'1' 'a noise;In Jbe.Leedl ..bank wbicn aa, aa our- most distinguished guest Danville battery ,and hundreds of 25,000 acres, own cotton mills,,valuable the navy yards and forts. Owingto action 'the protesting property!tows

"' Joins the store- 'They went toward '"6'iie'it'urther"resolved"That! '; we steamboats and other .whistles. The real estate, etc.. baa more' than his the very cheap 'rates 'which 'have will take is problematical.. ;

: the bank with their pistols drawn sad hereby tender our cordial thanks to the '.party:was met by the reception commjttee harehts. ''fortune. may .be, swollen..*... been offered'by' 'the railroads..'It Is ex. r ,---;,

w+ year<< ,, Constable Smith went to the governors of seventeen sovereign beaded by Mayor Parson and At about the sams' time this letter pected that not'.only' will ,veteransat' Austin' Qrlffln shot..Md killed

'' tacit door of''the bank which opens states, and to the other distinguished arty, c carriages, all drawn by white .was being given out the governor 'was tend in,large numbers,: but that many wife, In :Key '.West; ''Sunday' i ao

out on the i court house square; Suddenly statesmen and gentlemen who' have horses con'veyed'them along. the ..line .&7In1. jta ,an Interview, printed la) others will take I!advantage of the low at'the breakfast table; then comnslt

the back door opened and four honored us by their presence, and "of march to 8t. 'Mar,.'. park 'where. Montgomery' and Birmingham, that "he rates.to visit the city; suicide,by drinking carbolic aclel
masked and armed 'men attempted t) w. also thank the patriotic 'and'pubUfr1 'the 'president spoke.. had not changed his mind,)about an -' Grimahad i parted from hers;bus*

pass him.' He called tor. Lamar' to spirited >people of the great and growing 'When the: ..-fleet- again started ''for x session since.March ti. when he ''Th.. 'dlrectora of the Columbia County but.''he;;;..refused to'M\ ...."- .the'

4 Join him. at the some time: firing his city of Memphis for their unvarying Memphis; It 'was 'amid -the booming said it would be called It a.uhe roads '; Storage and M tlutacturlnl.companT demanding half ot;the>X< Perty.

revolver t t courtesy and royal! ho.p aUty. of.cannon and' other popular Demon were not working"lInder7.the.new',Alabama : 'met In Lake.Clty the past.week. The refused toconverse;; wltn"\Mm' on,

Lamar turned tbe corner, and as he "8. Be It further resolved. That the strationv" : , ,. s-:u* ,: jfvl ; . rates, pending' . ,their, adjudication principal of, the' .meeting was subject' He'i drew his) '.rerrolvar

did so. the '.erl'C) -attempt8d te p....' Jlo ..William K. Kavanaugh;' president .:,:. :;' -'. ",-* ; ..w'i' .by" the,,courts..,. !.> . ,.,... \V, ..,. .. the election eta warehouseman.Mr., shot her itt'tke Wutk-ejttlM: head, <

Me fired'hitting; him in the bsnd.Theimesro of'the Lakes to the Gulf Deep Water- j iI.. CANT' HOLD ;t,TWO 'JOBS. r" I ', R, A. Mole was chosen for' .the. aiasea.. lag histastt .seats' ,. Hp.. srvlvdlMr. j

"stopped* ruaning"uid'was"ap: ways. aocI3Uoii: :ite'and be' Is hereby &1".0'' : ,< ,1 _" \I, A*(. "' j _..! '..,RESENT- CHARGES. < OF"GRAFT, ', PreiMen-t'J'ohD W,' HatcWred w.'.eIeot- hwr), ; ",
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tured. Smith pursued the other-three) requested and empowered to appoint a Inspector General Georgia' TroopsOut :!Ii'" '/ ' manager and chairman of the sales ,,1'1 "' ;04; .h'Taylor
d, 'men; and a running fight ensued.. Smith committee) composed ot fifty'membersto .. Brigadier General 1 Race.Colonel Birmingham I Mayor's Assertion Cause. 'Committee Tee* secretary"'':'was In. : ; .....,..,....:.$ $...

was shot In the.abLmen aid, though. present these resolutions to the .Wt 0; Obe'ar, Inspector gen I' Riot In City Council.In '' tructed to,give notice until Oct.'12"for house'at1';i Perry win J bej.v wbeapleted'about'

; :serlously"" wounded be continued the next congress of the United States and eralof Georgia troops, who Is to.-be : what was probably the' most dramatic the purchase ot about JOO shares ot the the'flnesf-lnitbe 4 '

kr .chase..., However;, the yobberi nucceed- also,' to''uae',all.honorable >and proper quartermaster of the national guard scene ever witnessed at a council ' stock of the warehouse company,remaining and'a'large' 'number of .handsome. i
ed in making their escape.. means as the representatives of and In of Use state had. announced his re- meeting Dlrmln ham.AI. .,i\May-- unsold. preference tor same to Idence In the' ''course ;'_f coos

About this Ume fire broke 'out in -connection with' this association to ,Urement from the _race for brigadier or'George B.; Ward Wednesday bight be given ,to the, Farmers'' Union menor tionv,.6th.r.bamic'alread7' item

the bank, aDd': an"' explosion occurred* induce*congress to'act": favorably thereon general under the new military law presided .over, the sessions 'with' the othet farmers, and no stock: to be pleted. Altogether Petty crOwlDC'' '

The flames' gained rapidly, and in a at its next 'session and that' he The retirement/was caused by, thi. assistance of the police 'department. old other than,to,farmers,,It propositions !' rapidly and 1* making1'good Ita 'clal.

h abort Ume the bank building and, tbaadjoining said president of' this association .be announcement ot.Governor Smith that'he 'The' president of the council John L. 'from them sufficient to'cover the. to' b4"recognlied'ae'one"of'Ftorlda's> ' J ,

] ,drug tore were totally deatrored. chairman of said committee1TO would'not permit blm'to bold two ,Parker" who *,was pat in control during 100 share are received : moat enterprising'towns., '
S. .thousht'the '. the mayor's recent;,,absence in Europe '-., ', "
B It is fire was positions.' one a salaried once and the *
Y caused by the. robbers In an.Attempt HOUSE BTRJKEBREAKERS other a position purely ot honor... 'attempted to'preside', but wagput' The spacious .warehouse' ,belongingto The cigar; tactoi* 1 es"efiamjph"madfa'iecordbreaking '
.4o blow up the safe. down by the chief of police. JJiFayette County,Cotton, Warehouse output for,the weekending '

The negro captured refused to tell Vessel Is Being Fitted Up to Be'Ant,, NEW VESSEL ISADDED. ? The meeting was'"full of turbulenceand ; association at Mayo is now open ,;,8eptenat> r' I8thr,8achID, th*>
who his companions but his :. the word "Uar"'was used so freely for the storage of EottoiY for the season, Immense total ot tSOO.OOQii'Increase J
were -
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?rime as Tom Benjamin.: $\ Savannah Line Now Has Ship" of Great. 'r' :: that numerous arrests bad to be made several farmers;hale';brought In what of. nearly 200.00Q :over' the:,previous
Constable Lamar said he was certain\ \ A :,salting ,vessel Is being filled up 1 er Carrying Capacity.\ because' of the disorder:-.The sensationwas cotton,they bavegtnned andstored, It week.' .The approach'of',the'holidayseasontrade ; '

that they were the same gang that rob-:' at\New! Orleans to house strlkebreak-. The: new'' steamship :CIl1Cot: Savan the'culmination'ot the charges': therela.'J'he Cltlsen'rbank is lending wlltresultn, ,;a'continual j

'bed the: bank. at Sadden and held up.and ers, about 1.000",of whom are expected nah. the latest- addition the New grafting, 'which'.'were 'p bUcly made a money .to the amount ;'of "about '75per increase; until'after.Christmas?,and
few days against,two by cent of. the 'worth of, the cotton the:year 1907 "will close the greats**
robbed the.county, treasurer at from northern citieswithin! a few ,i York and .Savannah llpe, reached port ago aldermen' :, ;
Mayor' War .roll City Sunday. A posse with blood"Abounds days. It Is planned. to anchor'this at New YorkC! "Thursday to"awalt the i any '"'"' *"
Tbe: feeling This bank did the' Tampa,; s :
against the' warehouse.
same
are scouring the and for mayor was
t country, vessel near midstream the safety start .of her maiden voyage to Savan '
: very"bitter: and but for the he .thing last to the reat accommodation .. '-'.' ,
lilt caught the -eulprlta will probably be Of those-on:- < board. The Southern Faille nah. The.,City o!,Savannah exceeds police year ? .
"Llynched. At 'last accounts 'Constable' 'company"'already'bas might have been'put oat=of tho council of 'th'e"fanne'rs; as 'well. as the An: offlcjal..cqunt of ,the retarn.'otthe"
nearly 100. all other ships of the line In carrying " election Id EscinabU'
chamber. "Sea Island asloet "on. special county
){Smith.was. resting: easily.. -, strikebreaker at work. capacity '
A p a when the prohibition question !Ie
,, 'The ...sea.ed'nl aUbn of ; Johns to a vote"was' '. ride: by -the board of '
BISHOPS' SUNDAY MORNING 8t
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jiNINETYTTWO,, PRESENT.jS SHERIFF KILLED ,
BY TRAMPS. \
'JAIL'.THREAT. WAS EFFECTIVE.. -l I county shows a gain"over lastly' ear of county! Commissioners,1, aid it. bowed ,

"A Great''' pret. ia t' .Episcopal. Church ,- Officer Wounded j' Two I- of)" Three. Hoboes. Mob_ InCumberlandMdAvenge.'Mur.; ! .$288.354: This'year the total valuation a:,majority" of' 12. vote. in 'favorfof\

!II "' Convention Opens at Rlchmend. Prominent Chattanooga Man 'Ferced and Were der of a Policeman. ,_, Is" IS.ZS7.17t, against sitb78,81t'for'last' open saloons.. While i Itwas" 'known

. J, 'The forty-fifth triennial genkral con- :to'''Testify. :Before'Grand'Ju t. Sheriff'Charles All. Captured. William Burns* av, negro desperado" ';'year:, 'While'the, assessed' valuation That th..aalooag had' majority.of the
,. " sle.bY'W&l shot and than 'last year 'tbe vote, the\ majority wo* i ot'aucedalse
who bad killed Policeman is''greater conaty
r.UOI1. August Banter ,
.,Of. the?Protestant Episcopal ;.vi M., Lasley, president ff' .the killed' 'the''<
Saturday;at Fennsylvanla : ed until the return were csmvaasied. :
cnureh! convention in the United States) Southern.Clay: company and one of the Wlnamac Saturday felt the judgment; ot will not'dertve'$1'largd a''ievennefuthe .
railroad depot In Ind, bythree' ,
? commissioners reduced the t.rr
..convened at Rlcbmond, ya.; WecID_ leading business, men of Chattanooga lynchers'at Cumberland. Md* .Sunday, county '
tramps whom he endeavorIng : is
& ThomasJJL. '
was
'' < 'offset increase Colonel Brown math ,
Jl1;; ,day; Ot the-'ioj ,'mom' ers ot the bouse' ]was carried "beforeJudge! )McReynoids, to morning; : county'' millage" to 'the' '
arrest. Two bullet entered theofficer's Aver
state's share elated the 'good res lualreadrapparent
state mUt .e.. The
4 'onlyiten "were 'absent cHminal''oourt'Thursdsy Only Deputy Sheriff Adam Pendley otthe
; rAt bishops A In' the and body'. After(dropping 'tot the '
,large ,number'of foreignhigh'church .given'the option'of 'coti to : was: :at the Jail when,, after midnight, this '7-1'" 'Will, .amount .to ,$24oSu..n. from the TarapaY-dlsplayrat' ?:'
\ ; : c ,Jail [for ground the| raised' ; htms.lf,,on his 'el : '' 'Thecounty's the tobacco exposition-',la,New* York <,'
, revolver'at the
; which he Is.evai"now''beirlar: ,
this year will amount eays. (
0- :arChbl.hqp'; the .West ladles and Jury and,, testifying' In' the investlga- the keys:'' Theee being refused revenue
; men fatally wounding one) of.them and good fruit : of largely'taw
the''shape
t ,the bishops .of ;;London, St.;Albana, -tlon. 'of nume'roul charges' of, bribery putting a bullet 'Into the a' telegraph ,.pole wag! uhed,, N.- a;: battering to' 44.S04.8"agalnst145,099.71' ; last ; <_
body of creased 'order overa8of
Montgom.r3cNlsgara'Quebee ''and ,ranv and an entrance to the building year.The, total mitlag",|n'A f.county fof cigars at'
and:.On-1 graft made' 'against' proD 1nentbWlllle..1I "
'on. '
.'. second An three 'meD'were '. mils the curs blgr'factorles. .i'a ;
e'COTTON [ forced the. negro 'out is twenty-one
_tarlo.: en"'u4 city 'officials.. Las- was i taken; '
.. ., caught. ., :.....:...., ..
and kicked and shot to death. w- +
ley took' the latter'course. ; <-._ ," *
.GINNING ,REPORT.BaI.u .] The ADclJn,'of the body of aD,lllfant The Putnam .cacnty'weCor |dry eleeUon -
,..;..-..... DAOOES' APPEAL"TO CONSUL., ',FAILED ON COMPROMISE. Palatka Is :the'rea.
I I. r t' '.. .& InCa .ack. ..washed, upon!) the !beacb..tI % 6ver and In )
'Turned 'OutUp to: September 25 DEADLY EXPLOSIQN'OFOAS./ .. .' -' Pensacola ;resulted, in ,the:'!}crest, ofMeeesAugusaand 'ulatlon dl'"Uatof:' tbwni.. TtieJialoOMare'closed
art Placed at lJSB9,977. S' ...... 'i I./, .Italian Laber.rs Ail f..e,Cruel Treat.nienVjat' Btrik.'of Cotton' Handlers at New .Onh' .: I, 'Angela.Morasso. some, }f |knen\: "*""'.

..' Tbd: ;fcensus r :':;btirea vat> .Washington Three'. < Men Killed and"Two Fatali ii BusarsltJ4sa! % leans, is Stllf:On. : young* Italian women, but'latera;;: cor packedthelr; 1004.iuidltkeltha'tbave' :; t-

/issued, a.complete report Friday show- '. 'Hurt In Mine' Accident l ,: . :The Italian,'con'sul.lnNjw, :Orleans &'N." prleaaa special says:, Mayor oner's Jury, which spent,nearly: twelve folded' teetrtents and,a*.i".....

',Ing.tUi.;''iudannlcfcotton:ginned! ,from In a gas,expioslon'ak the''No. 7 mine announced .Wedne A f wv, ,,.u.' i .

tJ '>'tbe ,1907,4crop! (UpgtoeRtembert5to'Have i of the Tehnesaee'CoalIron and.Rail : eruettto} lufl*. .mlse-the' levee atrlke at"a conference rated the young"wompp 5!the'yerdiet and'engage i Ia7pther: :I 'pt" .
be V 1.iU,987 ,bales. This'report.compares road company one "mile 'front' Pratt tan' :,laborers 'at. SumralVMUs.For ; .. : )between .steamship agents and repre- being'that 'they' were.b: no :Vay"connected : : while:other*' wiIl'aeek"ptwThe ' ;

; with 1.0(7.288 bales last year ,City, .Ala, Friday: :morning, at, 6:10 several. days report of Impending aeniatl ves of .the 8.000 striking cotton wltb-the Infant;' .;The. ,arrest proprietor of one of I*-wUI', ,

sand 2.3b5T19balegyear b.tora'last, .O'clock-three. men were. tlUed'&lid two riotaInvorvsg"IaL'ans'pria-; handlers 'who are.holding out la sym I caused, much".excitement.' among, :the I vent his plies Into a 'swell" ice'

t',.*.I' ioounttlpgronmd.bales'aehalf- ., bales. ;>- others fatshy'.hurt.. A "' ,dpally/have" -','.emanated' J tram*Snmralt .pathywtthstrtking;. ./ screw Italian, parlor...' .'. ? 4 '
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''.'.' J. '}o Forget >aby1s'restlees, ,
Miss"'Jaaet, W.t... BeoeMe pile at nlgbt. won't 'eat, cries'spasmodi' ,f

PVa1Ja/aQ, .. n.iiAT.: i Bride ,of W, ;.;W Chan, oally.< A bottle of White'.' Cream; Now,Open for Business iewOood1

r Office i iq/Valley" Gazette Building.,:: Vermifuge never fail to eure.- Every i '
The Recorder belongs to no, factionIt ' ,in Patrick's Old Stand
tamnrat, CIIKSOLloo :fl.*. mother should give her --baby Wbl... '
is not an administration or' aotl- '
Cream V rmlfui So .many'times '
adminlstratton paper any further than ? NEW CHAIR;
W. H. HARRIS Editor ..4i Prop's.ysu.asoltlrnox It conceives a thing to be right.; If when the baby;Is pale and fretful the
. .. ,' the Recorder has an occasion to'differ mother does not know what to do. A NEW: RAZORS jig NOW ARRIVING EVERY. DAYfDONT :
from tb* administration it will do so, bottle-: of this medicine will bring L "
..RATES... :... .11" feeling it has a. right to it* views; color to his cheeks and .laughter to NEW: EVERYTHING FAIL SEE ,
4MVV(. --........."1'.:..,..j....... .. .. and to tbe antl-admluistralloa. The his eves. Give it. a trial Sold by : : TO TfEM.'C.W.DANN
ss. -tta......... ........ .. '. above'from tbe Madison Itecorder Uoberson's Pharmacy.Mr. 11 1
.. sounds Il'OOd0''us, and we believe If ...Satisfaction Guaranteed.. '
All i.rra..o.5wb..aw.t I a-.eirnar..r..t baited. fra..ur tqa." .wit.n- this policy .were adopted by tbe State 24. Ci; Bryan returned lat

wtll.'Friday ._ M ........... salt press generally it wculd! result In a Ssturdayfroma teD, day outing. at 0" NO -AV.,

,1. 'w". '_ ettercouditioaof affair*-politically his homeUarlba1hJUe. Oa.. .. - - .. .- - -.-_ . .
...-..at...htea .a midst"F1L,a. peaking throughout the State. 'vr*.te4. : '
; ......I' .... _. The night has a thousand: eyes, Old paper suitable for wrapping List of your property for sale. I OutfHtter for Men, Women and Children.
And the day-but one;
and other for sale at this No commissions unless sale It .. .. -
October li, IDOI The mind has thousahd eyes, purposes made. -
And the heart-but one, offlce. J. M.'WilhtonJr.KATZ' \ .. y yKtitiNVt'wVa'NWf.

ur' ,The starlit sky beamed happily ,
If lobe preset), session of the circuit last night on two young lovers, hoseheart. N '
r epnrt'will:'; deal out some sentences, of. had but vision for the other wNwKVDHN'v
1' year 10 the for each These two were Mls Janet Watson,
one penitentiary
,conviction of selling liquor in a dry I only. Watson daughter' of of lion.this and city. Mrs.and JohnW. Mr. Sunny I South s bles.: 1 11NQRAM r

cotiDty St. Lucie county will be rid William W. Charles, also of Miami. : :.

.. 'of.the blind lifer nuisance.: ,People For fully half an hour before the .j
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time appointed for the marriage -
who will engstre ID such business have
ceremony Trinity, Episcopal Churchwas '& GILBERT, Proprietors.
110 respect. lot the law, and M a fine
Ailed with friends ana relativesof _......_...... ._ .
1* simply a form of licence.., is ab- the Watson and Charles families,. .. \ \ ----I ,
'soluteneeeiserj) to send some one while many were compelled from lack S

Co the convict cbalu gang for 4 periodof of room to. witness the ceremony LIVERY SALE and BOARDING s' ,.
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from the church entrance and through "
'not less than a fear. Judge the windows. '' I aPk..tos e' '

Wolfe, of the eighth circuit, ha. Promptly at $ o'clock the; bridal : 1\NaaW\N\\\Na\\\M\NN\NNNa\aaNN\aaMNNNa, '" N .,
publicly touted that. every conviction! party arrived av the church, simultaneously FALL GOODS
for like olfen.e'In-his court will get with the entranceof the Well equipped with New Stock, and Vehicles and '

vested choir under the leadershipof ..NNaNNNNNNNNNN.NNNNaaaNNNa.keady' prepaid to meet all demands with Perfect Satisfaction
year IDbe penitentiary and ,$500 Miss J.,M Carman entering from -

i fine regardless of wealth, condition, the choir room, singing "Jerusalem for inspection. A ,
:.standing or color of the convicted. the Golden" Upon arriving at the .

Judge Minor S Jones can "be counted altar the choir sung I/ohengrln's f
lit of
"Faithful and True" until the bride e ReadytoWearGar.tnents
: ux. OB to serve toll county as."well. -Port and her father were at. the altar J '. ... HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY.. . ;
Pierce Trlbune.F. .' rail. i for Melt Wo-'
Entering I!:: the church firs'-- of the ,
Why I I'Am a Prohibitionist bridal party was fir James H. Gilman -
Mr, John C Gramllng and Mr. men and Children as low rr
ek ei 1a..A".A.A ""' ''JJ.wfta jk.fti rfw JW.B..is.. .
Editor Gazette:. Robert O. Watson, Mr. William C. .
With few exceptions our citizen Elliot and Mr. T. Carlson Hinton, as consistent with qualf -

e are closing delighted the with saloon the effect Ini i our producedby county. ushers.and W.Miss Maynard The Eva bridesmaids Yarborough, Miss Bessie,:Mlas! followed Lottie Hill ty and workma'n" s h i p. R. S. Floyd & Co

Prior'to the passage of the prohibition the ushers to 'the altar. MUs Margaret J r
1 y act the most.horrible: disgraceful Bryan, of Danla the maid of ........................NaNaaNNaNaa.aaNaNaHa.YOUR .. ,
honor cams next followed by little
scene were an almost ..
dally occur.trance
Misses Katherine Budge and Marlon TRADE SOLICITED '
.'at your depot and on' the evenly Branfiiog the flower girls. Leaning =I GROCERSNEW >

Ing train to the Tillage of Nat-coos- on the arm of her, father, followed ,
see. Men going from this section to the. bride: who were met at he altar ,

your/'city met old friends, were Invited by the brldesgroom, attended by Mr. -' FIRM NEW GOODS \tI
Fritz Franz -of Jack' oDyUle.
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into a saloon and before trains There Rev.
they were joined by
'time were so badly') intoxicated that N. B. Fuller, rector of the church j I Itr

f they were carried borne senseless. In who, in an impressive manner, read : I Full Line of High Grade Fresh
the freight. oar. the Episcopal marriage ceremony Katz. .
Others
; not so badly and pronounced the young couple Family and Fancy Groceries .
under the influence of liquor were so man and wife. After the benediction t/I/ FREE DELIVERY
t boisterous and profane as to alarm the choir sung the sevenfold Amenat I i
\: the lady passengers;rendering a trip the conclusion of which the. bridal t !
party,left tbe church to the strains of .
'to your city anything but ,pleasing. Mendelssohn's wedding march, excellently Prices Itiglft KisHinnnec, Fla.
,1, 'Tbe writer can never forget .ae'case olaYed by Mr. Dan Keith. 11, .
be saw at.. laD depot: Following the the bridal
a young mar ceremonv. I v tT P-w'+ Il'VriF'9P'V'i/rrWiF'iFrIF4'/ IF'YV .'1F'W'W'
Tied man lyinr, on the. floor of the party, retired to the residence of Uon
and Mr. John W. Watson on Avenue
i waiting room, isle poor wife walking B, where a reception was tendered the ' .
r' the platform with a face so indescribably bridal party the members of the % ?
sad. Conditions became 'so bad choir and a few friend of the family

1 that: finally) ladles 'a't.br..o'ioa refused Fruit punch cake and cream were
served during the evening. O. *. CARSON JOHN M. LIB, N. a. Ca.ON.
to visit KlImmee save in ........
The .t. .
wedding was one of the prettiest Vies-Pr.sla.T aelll.r,
E own bonreyano. ever held in this city.The ,

,Since passage e>I' the prob I \ church was beautifully, decorated in State Bank of Kissimmee 'l
act..a great and glorious change, el'l white clematis, whit\ lillles, ferns and :*.-. tt : :

occurred ,A Jew of our citizens vlnee.) and a beautiful wedding bell KJ88J l1u e,. .Fla. :
hanging In tbe center of the ed Ulce.
,till, obtain, liquor In Kutsimmee,, 2'.0 &be Nel, .tlnmt to this nmKnAi .. --- )"
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.I N J>e must be a O usty,man, one that The decorations' were of ;: green and PAID tir CAPITAL.......' .. ., a ee 000 ee4TOCKNOLDBBS

a will not beoome noisy or offensive white effect* and done under the LIABILITY--... -.....- B* 000 eeBBcumTT .... .......,.
nor give the seller superrlsion orM.Joba Sewell, and BUILT RDft SIttFMD '
away Thank DlPOaf On lee eoo oo .
Mrs.
God our boys'ar..eafe, No ""blind The William bridesmaids Ballard were Moore..attired, In I, S .'. -.... ,,__ ....'...., .

_ ,tUrer''xnan dare DOW" to. fill tbem-Mip: handsome white- frocks, .over green : prorpt'sed Cerefnl Attcsjtlo givesi lo aM "saatters.a. ,
withjwbiskey and end them home to' while the maid 01'oonor. wore a ( 'trMBted to .*. .KxcUasutf Rood at all point at ctieerate .,...
beautiful :
hand *
painted1 millle, over jA
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weeping, disconsolate mother, J,
white. The brld was attired 'in a YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
this the passage of the prohibition gown of white satin en t.r.ld., trim-

act the writer,has seen,but one intox med with duchess lace, and crowned _

icated man arrive on our train. Let with veil and orange blossoms. ', "'. r .\. '. r.... ',.i'';;'.,.." .
The gift to the bride were about
me further add that. the
writer don't i two hundred In number. the most .
wish to appear at t s total abstainer. prominent being a deed to a lot on r rd
> He.has become'an.,active prohibition the south side, the gift of' Mr. end ,', .:BARGAINS IN. ..

( 1st by>> noting the, good effect of' the Mrs. Watson to their daughter, the e
\, law upon the residence .thereon,. a gift from the
people 'of this
commu bridegroom; a beautiful sllyer service -
..nlt..rho... who read the Tlmen-Un- from thejbrlde's paternal grandmother ,, Goods !
ion will notice many let.ten': .on proWbitionsome 1 Mrs.John' W. Watson, 8r., Summer .
a blrd's-eve maple bedroom suit from : ,
; for the act, others decidedly Mr. ;. w
O"T., McCrlmmon; a beautifulstatue
,opposed to ." Only one argument with electrical appliances jlM'JiJl1GUARANTEED! .. '" '", ,."
Im: used by. the opponents: "11aloons from Mr/Frank Charles, a handsome "-
are permitted more trade will lock from Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' Mc
come,*' aa if making'money Donald and( Mr. and Mr. 'J. B, I\
'to;' ''wealthy,,wube aim ? getting tollly, and a sllyer chafing dish from ( \ Dry'tGood ; Clothing, 'Shoes ti
chief of
man. Mr. and Mr*. U. J. Charles, ,of
r'.. .Mow- ,If this is the} aim why,not permit Jacksonville., 1s rs f '
;. ,, gambling houses race tracks 'with' The bride's gifts to'the bridesmaids 1 1. and Nations. "
'books for bettlng-reven. bpnses and maid of honor, were beau- ,
>> of ill
tiful little gold brooches, while the .' ..
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"repute. Such avocations 'wUl call .
in bridegroom's gifts to &bel.ben frerewishbone
_ mon people, of even 's better clays stick pins. ,FOR SALE BY"

:who.win disburse. ,more money and< .Mr. and Mrs Charles 'left this a-

'be leas.harmfnl There la to.not the general single commnnUv.j '. morning York and.several for the north other, to cU.I., visit.. spending New* W. :B. MAKINSON ;CQ. II..t. :STANFORD COMPANY.Fa

; one ar* a honeymoon of about a month ,
.' .jrameo that a saloon Is(a benefit. bas when they will return and take ,up f
t many that It is.a OUTM, their home in their new 'residence-: on SOLE AGENTS" KlSSllMttlfee Flit.r .
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SUCCESS BURKED .. -- SANIT01RIUM.'
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Pound' of FIH at.Fort. dicine a worthy one.. Such I.. lid '
r S Hirer. lards* norehound Syrup. :lt, positively W ':Griffin Private: Institution 1, Ii'a d "'equipped" with" all modern '

,,1' ,,Saturday night shortly after 8 cures coughs and: all ..Pulmon [ : conveniences forSurgical Work"and the'care and.. treatment. of
the aieL'
;.o'clock. valuable steamer'Success dry diseases'; :One of the best known ,, ,

,,. Downed;,by>'Caps '''T. ,A.:. Bass, Was merchant in Mobile.Ala.: ., 'says:' . droceries Terms.Reasonable.: ,Write: .for'particulars. .

,burned to the.water's. edge with ..- '''Fo..ave, years my family has 'not j;. Fancy Family ,

!. erythlng ,on' board '. total lots.,, In- been troubled wiLli the winter cough, ./ n
a ,eluding 8,000 pounds of fish. we owe this to Ballard Uorehound d = FresH Meats. ,

A, 't '.s Cap*.'Bass' had Just brought his Syrup.: ,I,know.'It has saved my child '

'r:;.*.... down' from,,Lake'',Okeeohobee. rod from many"sick.:, spell I..".-' Bold .. , D lluery Every'tDsy'ai.any.Bour. Patronage Solicited. v: G. :F+ KHvLBBS. ,. Osceola ,County

':" 'and Intended shipping the cargo offish I by: Ro'beraon. I'barmac7.WE lk. AuasAuAutec; -?at.eh --. -.- --liuAt '. 'ATTO"N.Y. T-UW.. : .
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+,h.tltnmeotionad'how.er'thoboae; L ARE AGENTSInternational FAIL--!! '.' .
F' -....., discovered to bile ,.flames,..which BY: MACHINERY COMPANY Florida. '
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::,, ''i she a..ealf10M could not.be taken to Gasoline __IIC.. .11._ B74.. 23 ones IM..t. .trialof, causes th.lewtfrm, ''of' AnAOga:

the dock.: A Coastline,vcas bad lr Engines. M...... A.Waflow,: of ,
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'.... .; It likes known'boN the fire The Best'on' the. .Market..* We and Boilers; Sawmills; Woodwork.. Orlando riUes examined and reporUd.'on

originated., will make iou close prices on ''EnginesaadPsnnpi'in'running lugMachinery plete line carried and In Buppli stock. s.Liberalterms Gem --. .--,. Taxes paid for non-residents
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LXPHONHl NO. 11.' '' H. Utefcardaoe: sad Mlea '.
f" ; fined to his home this week by illness. t"lre.'Appl, toMrs.'C. V.. Bearden. ,
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,"' '. businesscame: down Sunday" and See those Matchless American Miss Ida Brownlee, of Brownlee, Mr, SI."of the Baptist

,PUBLISHED'EVERY; ; : FRIDAYBY spent the night here, returning to Beauty. Corsets at H. O...S".ntord, Co. S. C.;' arrived Sunday and went down \ Mr Aaaoolatiosi. -
Orlando Monday morninr. oa'bo steamerLJllie Tuesday to '
Capt.Fragk Tatman's fish boat .
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O.'T.t. successful farmers, brought In from of fish term. with \ '
brought a happy
OP.ICIAL". ... ending
TH." his place'Iia the Point' last Mondaytwo Mr. O. B.Wood'.I1.wbo, has been '
'A useful with' : that
present every purchase by an event was not
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t. which of In the Store. F. U, LAWSON., carried and
were readily disposed to the hospital Orlando by boor for doling the meet-
law: MUsn fdLFq local market at good prices. Dr. nicks last ,Tuesday.Contractor .. srr red, the choir:'continued' "
{ The Waters & CarsOn Grocery Co..,
---:.;. "PL I"TS. 'We are now 'taking orders .. has sold the Harry Woods cott.ace'.1O ," C. 'H.;, Fountain 1* Just Ho : ; sndomof.. .the brethren ii v

.'.< ,..,.\ ,;. . for plants to be delivered in Oo- r'.H.nl" McLaughlin; finishing\ up a four room' cottage for John .. OL> *ubjeou>,whlob: &obe. We will have the followingclnds ,
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l a.M14...........:'I.L.. M n ,i6. by the million: Cabbage, Lettuce "Vhone' do' the on the lot which be recently' purchased .Bight '
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/ .. M KEN nRLY'S SEato STOHK.M , ,The Re,. David D. Kldd will, hold : .N. : '
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.: ; .'.a ,Palatka. Fla. The Water. A: Carson Grocery; Co. services In'the Ept.copslChurch on all but only a few-who went on "

1.-k --- .." .---, -Mrs. Battle O.. Cornell has sold sold to ,Taylor Partin 'last 'week a Sunday next.. Morning service at : Just what wa going

one-half. of her 'block In W U' Kls house and lot ia Pickens Sub-di 10:30; .enIDE-Ie1'.I at 4 o'clock. ... This state of affairs lasted'\
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: slmmee to. Mr. Willie Allman., ThereIs vision I Los- lady's watch on Point road .... :halt an hour,' the esoltement'

F LOCAL flELD. afl old hou" oa the lot which we Regular meeting of tbe ChrUttttB between Klsslmmeexnd Raymond.Lanter'f for .. more Intense all the while: _.. ..

: understand Me. Allman will remodel and Missionary Alliance at their, hall :' place, .last Saturday.' Liberal ; finally 'came,, how
,.....r4.111 be givenif'' returned 'to R4 v. J. D."Rte1a..aoa. '
and use as'a residence tor: his family. inNorth Klstimmee, .next. Tuesday
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wade,the! Tuner1. Orlando. C, Stanford Co., M. F., Sears returned home Mr.' Earl Lupfer,. who has been confined good ,.marched up the'". .. .......; t" ;y

., Sunday, October fith| to Mr.vacs Cap\. Clay Johnson :Went down- t.oSout.bport Wednesday night .from an extended 1 to< pie home for some time by' 'a ,r.b... ; .. placee before/M'sbW.,: "
attack of rheumatism leftTuesday "
visit to. relatives ,at different point severe ; well chosen woreVKe*.' W
WInn daughter.wmnakt '" 'last Sunday with'lb.
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steamer Llllle and to..edb... U. S. In.Geor.I a., for Lben'perforwed'tM.oeseetw i f: : : ,
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'beginning Monday Aug..12. dredge Klsilmme through the canal Douglass Bros..'livery stables and made them mss and'wlfe.
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.. and 'down to. Fort Gardner whereCapU the White Rose; salo& "were burned .. al Intelligent person can earn .a ,>->. the/marriage the ,the, haa y:. ."f
'Mr. F, S. Gilbert returned Saturday.. Bill Knight and his crew have. Ins' Orlando' last.",Tuesday evening;' good Income corresponding for newspapers ; : ..* tsodesed an iafomtel.'...

from a bu.IDe.rip', ," to. .T..TampalOealav , been at work for aome time. .;;,-" >' '. The: fire atarted''about" 6:30: ,'.and ; experience unnecessary Send Lion ,si. hS.. .etat10. p*JIIlhM. ,-'p
1' '. ", t,:. ". ,0""f' orllia.L4Id "Ia.a {rear, room' of.*the for' particulars. Empire, Press* Syn'dicateMlddleport :i "' ' \ ..... .I.. .......... .*. J1" 'h
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Frank : shoes cost, comequlok'ratDane's > !
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Fa, hundred. The, many friends .of Frank ,, and _.' Mis .Biasing.. m', ,
V Mr*. O. C. Peeler has sold lot 2 Bass will be pleased to learn that be Saunders have established a boatyard pleasure "oft the1' ocoASton'by; .
I block F. F. lu Patrick' AddHlon to : has so far,reoof ercd U to be able to at Shell 'Hammock.: They have I This is to notify all concerned thatI :' : ; .a; ;:eo '!rea Jas-}lief. ,usiial'

,J .F, .O'Berry... ,return home from .the. hospital, lie erected' a shed 'about forty feet' long* warn all parties from harboring or. ., planner.?! _, ,
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I came ,down ,on the afternoon train .and now bate orders' ahead. for the hiring my i daughter Bessie Presoott. A> : and groom, with ''a .few\ ,
Mr. ,W< D. Johnson, of Okabumpka, I jast Saturday and is :now, .restingcomfortably building of aloe launches' io be' used' She Is a minor and has run away. who..were, present* then: reKP I(

j wa*greeting his many friend ,here .at his home., In the fishing industry.. '''from home. '.' at o tbe reeIdenoeof ),I.J., 'W.
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I,Sunday night and Monday. ? 41-4t W..'-F-Pttsebort. : tend where refreshment I 'were1''"

.; The Klssimmee Lumber' 'Co. has Dwellings, for,, rent' apply ,to M., room For,8ale cottage and a four B..rll..lal'.oa.vacant lots six In I INorth .r Queen Quality, Shoes'all styles" n,. a, P t'A; .1I41ohe party, {eotertalned'wlth. :, .=-
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'purchased house and log, In Waters. Klssimmee." J. W. SEYMOUB.': I IW. I ,H. C. Stanford CoqMrs. ( ', (A till the arrfval''of, \ the laid-J; ... i '

Addition from Neal Be. .r", Supt. E, P. Dann of ,the 'electric J.'Sears,;Kq./Mr. J*,M., Gardner E.." ''S;, Bender, accompanied : at. ."which.they, ''bOsirdid'' for; i

Try the new1' barber'ihop., .'Everything light plant is now 'a licensed marine and, C. L. Bandy; left ,for by her mother and 'ulsterarrived in ;:..bbe home newly;wedded' ,oou-i. r'
i engineer. Mr..Dana took. the |t niaks their. ,
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new and up-to-date.; Sharp ra DeLand yesterday on noon town Tuesday 'and,: willre! i ,
[ sops,. clean towels, first-class lenloe.:1'101'1h.1m'.1 a short time ago, when the Inspectors train to.y '..u.eDd. )abe: District' main for the .hlt. ..., They are,, comfortably v p ' will'bad Orj, ,Goo *,: 'Shoes; ,

: Patent Oxfords are creditable were bere'ud'm.d.; a' very. Convention of 'the Knights' ,of domiciled In", Mr*., Bender' . *, Hardware, .Oranltewar.' .? ,. 'w
[I?the? correct thing* to style, comfort, average, receiving a license Pythias. ,Mr' Sear 1* District elegant' home.oa Broad way a* ; Glssswan'n'fact' almost'
as first assistant engineer oh c,at the Case Store-'sod get
[ eta Found, at B. C.' Stanford Co. Deputy Grand CbaooellorCommander, '': 4
with' each pnrchae.i
oDh. .t.eame..up.0 to one' .hnnfirsd tons capacity. .a4.,the proceeding of the conventionwill The Ladle Home Journal Pattern. .
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material at Dana's.
do not waste ,
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sold : ..
: Mr'Roma Thomas. h.. two I '
""In' leis block 'In West KlsslmmeeUrC. -- Buy'your' school upplles "atthe I Inspect "our line of Dry Dr; J. W. Slmp.eo'.reLur] homeSatcrdajnighlfirom' :

> H. 1'0\l11"ID--.ad, one to Cash Bargain Store, Good. They are new and up-to-date an ,extended bu 6Per.re6rWaf ,
'PrevetfcNew -- I -k! !' BAJIQ.AIN.STOBa. , Ti.I,1O Hot SprtD'rk..,, and topofnte
; Tax Assessor, Jno.' ,I* Overstreet Kentucky : where be h ad ,,
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')lee.....' Ingram .* Gilbert, the ; .
barber shop 'at Patricks' old hag completed his books for 1907taxes In been .sojourning for. the. benefit of i i C -*
believe '
.. stand.. Service b, a tonsonlal artistooovereailt and they were approved. by; ,IDs enterprising liyerymeq his health. HI many friends' are .f Plorlaa Cittzeea: Have. '.
I, with all the latest. fads In Board 'of County Commissioners' .lastMonday. making bay-while the sun shine*, and glad to know that be has been babe : | .......84 It.;
berberlng. tf Is > have already. baled this season about .
This
probably the neatest fitted by the trip and I* feeling much suffer'from taaupr !
f four hundred and fifty bales of hay. "
set of books Aver turned In by a when h. Is only one way It.. ,
i h Charley Orerstreet came up from They eUllhavea. lot In'tbe field, ; sad I better than wlfnt'away., Idd
tax assessor of Osceola county, the way hi to ;
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'.Bartow and spent.. .few'. days here copies, with the 'exception' 'of thefigures think when It Is all in they ;.will ,herein I Smoke Key West Havana, the best .... "" : ;t
Visiting his motbsr,' returning to his neighborhood of 1000 bale*; 60 clear on the market the .
4 << ; being 'prsotlcally'all ',PIwrlt.teo. back mean sick Idcbae,*. ;'" 11 ',
duties .In that,city Monday. The total M. B. Tindall, prominent 'orange "J
: assessment of real Nice line of 'Ribbons, Laces .and ..It UI'i.oary'ODblee follow' ,
and personal for the Embroideries at. the Cash ,Bargain grower of arcooee; was'.i&'lawn .! .
'Our good Mends. 'DI"". ,Jno. E. property county ,Kidney: Pill* are.taaa. f or n
tar shows valoatlon of Storey last Saturday and stated 'to a representative to only.. ,
;. ..Ennls and Mr. Carl Ennts of ''Ner- a $1,686,261. whichat '' .
r'ooossee-'were.' ; I* ,town Wednesday the.preaent;"'mlllage\'of '21}' will Tae steamer. Juaolta, Capt.,, Walter. of this paper that his oraage ., Lemons elgarmakst!*,'living. 0-

:f'iDa. made, this office,'' an. ''appreciated, .I"ID. : round 'numbers' :'137,000' for. Mobley, came In from her. regularrun crop this'. year'1*four .times'as largea thl. 'I'Ashley used ; Doan's'street, TampaFin.Kidney Pill.,>' "

.al ,.; alt purposes.Marshal to Basloger Wednesday afternoon, It has ever: been before. Mr. Tindall 'eared ne ,of backache and

.. Capt. Mobley state* ...b.be water In bTiaaLe4''b" (grove d1lrtD.h4i ,of" the kidney. .. Two ,or., L
,1- Hodges,: under the ,direction long drought last 'winter;'"ftnd 'bf'trees . ..... OB aooonnt .of thrpalain
w1t.hJ"be canal about'
i>> Clay Johnson, ,, ; Sputhport rose six Inches C,
jCap of Mayor Murphy; has been doing I bloometl' regularly on slm* and I was unable too to work: .
/Steamer Elite,, >."' Tuesday ,,0q"hl. some .ooc'etreel. : : work Wlt.ht.be aiu-IDIr'bl, absence on the last .trip of fruit,:which is ..1 days-"'The secretions of t ...
?N'll.'I'U. to Basinger with a large In 'number1 and1 that be came through head-on put on a heavy-crop ,. were ia a''very "CO"v\ '*
pie city prisoner of
merchandise. and ..It.bou&uobJI bottom for the now :'ripening' :and ,about' ready Jo.blpmea' & dark in color and if allowed to
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i'-.rCO.. ;. place around town drain tiles have the become of the GODlIa&eDo,.'
first time \A .
.ueverai passengers.DeWltt! peen put in, and tbedrainage'' of, the : nearly) a year.Fresh I tried various remedies, .
town Is now In better, condition',than stock garden and flower well Straw hat at and. below' cost atDanna ; what '*een>ed like gallon of "
.: :Ltghtssy. stopped over, here ever Before) :' >A: good,street hss been at the KUslmmeeADrn7 Co.Mr ., ; and I also put oa Plasters : 'y
with ,relative* <'helped meat ,all 00\111 clE'
BndepSDt'' the night graded fronrth* town jail to the railroad ,,t.'K. Sloglecsrywho with 'his I Thetnetbodlei'bar/recently, purchased '* K1dnej-Ellis upon the adV
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,.' aet Saturday night .on way sods cement walk built along brother; Geo. T. Slogletary spent the a new piano,for their church .' friend of mine, and using1 1? ;
/t16s Institute for the Deaf, Dllmb'.D4 the front of.,the building.) .; ':The'crossing summer In the mountains of Colorado which'add:Terj much to.the. ;musical ell IDI" to direct lonV' ttter .!

,).lMUid. at: 8k Augustine.' 7i' at the freight depot I has been widened for.tbe benefit of tbe aUer. health; returned part of the eervlce.; The.platform on .op. < ID a very short-.time.... 'Price"': .'6*",,

Pansy Seed, and all'oth.r kinds: of and dirt Is 'now being bailed this week;leaylngbt brother at which the pulpit stand ha'."been":extended : -'o.ter-Mgern CoJ BujTale,. 1

'Bw.. eeed and bnlbs.We: Dave Just and the low place ,la front of "'the lee Boulder: Colo.,' where he will (remain ,acroMMoilb1: southwall:of 'r' prk, aole, agents .for tbe, l&Hel' r
eted. our 'new nock, and." l, cent fa t.ol'11U1e4 In,' and,, :a. good street till cold beat ereetsn.;/ ";Mr.: Single-' the church,and tbe'cbQlr. now occupy I. -i r
I bee,': Send for price" list.KnfKBU.Y'S -- wlU,be made,from.the .railroad! :to tb* tars say-hl br u.e..allob'la. very seats oa the platform. tbe", 'right oftbe I. : : ; +'.tbe name. -":,|>oan.'saad .
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A TREE iOWH ITS PL. CB., FAVOR EGYPTIAN BALE:.
HAIL KING I CpHQNf' ABYEAITRLL

U Refuse'' to Flourish In ttaaccu* ), .4 .4. IO/i? "A "' "

.
rAND (Anted'Soil and Temperature.. t ", .I (,' '\ New 'rm'. R* mnde
Tree are fixed almost Inflexible: "f"Conference ,Committee ;'of the International ARIL '

In tbelr habits For: centuries, Indeed ? qiWo.rta-lnt est .'Cotton; Congress In Atlanta.
'
f aa long as wa have record early' (is Fed tn''' Atlanta/, y 4t

.r species has kept In Ita beaten ways, Tbeitecommendatlonof, the sectional

r insisting on the same average of temperature committees ot the cotton spinnersand .
..
and refusing to grow where Atlanta* convention
growers aV'the
this could, not be found seeking and SPINNERS ETGROWERS' various
which met Monday to dtscua
occupying certain kinds of soil and .. 1, '
; technical: ..feature* or 'the cotton, bus-!
demanding certain amounts of moleturo \ .- a';: ': f : !
the
and, avoiding situations where \111\\: Interest Legitimately 'Connected Doss, will well nigh .revolutionise' ,"
these were wanting.\ cotton Industry.:
.. understand how to feed to furnish the With' Mighty
AVclfilit Seeds Industry
Xlcary Connected
v needed to The latest, authorities' so far a* The Fjypian'form; of cotton bale la
produce
According to the'Canadian experimental proper them..to.9d elements Scientists have found to declare that trees cannot be acclimatized With. Mighty. Industry' ... Get To.gsth.4 recommended to the cotton congress' '1r dg ,

f farm report the aeleatioll'of after.many"analyses, .ihat e< plump and well-ripened seed for cow and perseverance of/man are : -. .
I tag |. a great advantage. la, each lain about 'five per cent. watersev. unable to Induce trees to change their desired ,for cotton' bales.The other t'tec Ic1Q$
'and Ihlrty-
need ,is laid up a storo. of food to beused enteen per cent. protein habits far enough to adopt a countrynot The fifth International congress of changes include baling at the cotton '

J' by the young plant la tha.earlytagesxxt three per cent., carbohydrates.There closely like their native' habitat.'For'e Master .ibotton Spinners: and. Manu- gIll, marking on each end of the bnlo Cure ConMtfwtloa,. Dlarrtiot*. '>Canul>lon%
about twice'as much the No 'It Untrom Worm./
la only Gate Boar Klawccb
Ita growth. In a shrivelled while In time the forester may use varioUs *J IT." ,weight and grade also more equitable 5.11.71 reerMhne and Cold*. It Aid 1I...
R awed the tore ,which can be drawn carbohydrates as protein devices to surround a tree with facturern Association and,the second'jnternatlonai : tare' and 'Unlformltlln bales is desired. ttoa. rtMskeaTU'mt"enn.r.protaolt.Cbnn''
there from six to ten natural
moat are Produce Sleep.
't grain inane and _
on I, very meagre and the growth under times as much. Wheat bran which Is artificial conditions by whl b. 110 tQ. conference .of cotton The Bondln 'of representatives to Eu-

) t Bach circumstance I is slow but considered Very'rich la protein contains speak .the tree Is deluded Into feel-i' growers and manufacturers,., opened auspiciously ., to sell direct' to'tile.. spinner the
r In a well-developed and plump kernel Ing at homo But as soon as the for ()NLY
the supply 1* abundant and..the plant more than three times 'aa much ester's care withdrawn In such'I' In Atlanta; 'Oa., .,Mo'uday'JUornlng. contents of southern;cotton warehouses ,

s r starts i out with a degree; of rigor carbohydrates 'as protein. Wheat case tho tree is seized with home- Is a'movement that Is*. taking. definite. .... ,.. '1'0 .... ,
contains nearly ae'veu'timee as much; '. ... -
'r which la usually maintained and the alckness'and dies of It.' shape. ..'. p ...... ... -1'
oath five times; corn nine times, and The first business session'was calledto _I" for nb"u.
revolting crop all other conditions This fastidiousness, in ,the habitsof -: Stability of price I Is favored by userepresentative. aD" l""... f.Ol ..

being equal It usually satisfactory. barley eight times. Oil meal on much.the trees has its good and its bad aides. ;, order In the ball of 'the housetifrepresentatives , of every branch of'the .::1"... :' : ..
other hand contains'nearly a* ..tlAll.
.. '
... ... ep ,
' 'Ltt protein as carbohydratesgluten; It absolutely limits the fdreeter's.cholce ",Chairman' James 11.SlcColl cotton ,Industry- ,except the delegates } lY'ad, '
a'Reodorluri of trees to grow In a given re- :::: : dnra: lot poatq. _
Dry Soil a5 time from the It I* '
| meal one' and -one-third a* of Uoston.. The grim and aus- cottonexchange* Black Hawk I '
!"o seek to force tree. -
We do 'not use any board .floors much carbohydrates as protein; cottonseed gion growth proposed to reduce the business of I' ,
In conditions is sere tate capitol had a strange appear GRIST MILL -
M and bate no need of them. With dry meal twice M much: cow'smilk '1 1I uncongenial ,entirely I markeU g"r'cotton to such a science _ --M
'.? soli. a tight roof and good regulation I nearly as much; dried blood fruitless. But' on the other hand. ance. The Georgia stnta, flag floated between ,...."0>17 cl.... I0-
and cementing closer relations _
by' tof"I'OOW -
there Is of results. e.d..
practical certainty ; .
BO'' deodorizer' la needed In this 'cli fifty-two.times( a* much;' neat meal. from the mast overt the pediment of r". "..
beech where the 'grower"and spinner to make
If
or spruce'thrives
yk mate. If you mu.t have, a board nearly thirty times as much. MItY.a.
warmth and moisture of the the Washington street,entrance The fluctuation, in alone to . ....-
floor by all means put ,It up from When It Is desired to make a rationof average price subject .-.-... 11M-, 7.,_
the ground so thht there will not be any of the grains for the production growing season from year to year )frail of the house was hung with the the laws of supply and demand.

:, a harbor for rats '01' other vermin.s of eggs It can be been that ranges between. certain degrees: then lags of all the countries represented Tile'serious work:of the cotton con- i seldom worth

, The following from Poultry Life In If is necessary to mix with any of wherever.else. In the Northern Hemisphere In the congress.' The s1eakf'r's.stand grees really began with the meetingsof Free advice you get '

!America give the Ideas of a correspondent them some of the concentrated feed*. at least the 'same average Is was decked out in flags and bunting the sectional' committees. Here the that much.---- .-
, of that paper and they are which contain a great deal of pro found the forester may plant beechor .
find A TKItKIIILK KXl'KKIENCC.:
shaded and the
electric, lights. Tbe visitors', spinner the cotton grower
r the same. those given,In man other tein. Thus: If wheat Is fed. meat spruce whether or not they be already -
gallery held a brass band which interspersed representatives of the cotton exchangeswere
there with confidence that they
poultry journals: meal should be taken Into the! ration. How ,Ws Sand the Am.
i,> Don't let your' poultry house set If corn Is made thebulk, of the grain will flourish. the welcomingaddresses brought together for heart-to- a Veteriyt Limb.B. R

to melting bad. It you are In a ration, a liberal amount of dried The same lav works both ways. with the national airs of the various heart talks. During these sessions' putation of a 'k

B*r damp location a board floor la an nb- blood should1 also be' fed. Since water If the forester flndi beech or spruce countries, which brought the whole representatives of the Farmers' Union Frank Doremus, veteran bt

? olate necessity, and while you are makes up a half of the composition or any other tree growing !In a region gathering repeatedly to. its feet. When and the Southern Cotton Association Roosevelt Ave., Indianapolis Ind.,

y making ,the floor jrotPmlght. aa well of eggs It Is essential that the of which the climatic condition the American and English nationalanthems"America" engaged 'vigorous' debates with equally says: "I had l>.ff$ }'c?, '
raise It three feet and let the liens laying .hen have an abundance pt are not recorded be know within showing symptom at
and German and
and "Cod Save earnest vigorous +
play under It In bad.weather. Then. clean water at all times of the day.- very narrow limits what the climateis kidney trouble from
limply because he knows that at the In.-were reached, all the Eng Austrian and English spinners. 1'heI
.wb.Dou, clean the house, or the Cclman'i Rural World.I'oik I ? the time I was mustered
boards rather., sprinkle ,a little dry home this tree grows In such a 'cli- lish-speaking delegates sang the same views of.all sides, were frankly voiced out of the arht. .. ,

rr .oil and there will be no bad odor.: New Egg I Rules. mate. In other words trees, especially tune but used the words of their owuhymn. and the differences that exl.te-d.n my but in all my life ,

i The soil mixed with the droppings Several changes have been made of course those which are particularly \ along the line were threshed Out. I never suffered as

makes, an elegant top dressing for lately In the egg rules of the New fastidious are very satisfactory In the corridors'' of the capitol were The various problems of the cotton In 1897. Headache.,

the melon; berry or potato patch. It York Mercantile Exchange. The general substitutes for thermometers and many bales of cotton representing the industry were divided Into six lIectlonal .dlstlnea and sleep ''

''y Sa always,best to keep some dry soils requirements for the leading barometers so far as the average tem- under the' 'leaiB.es, first and '
different types of baling and covering meetings following
Kinder corer, to uao. In' bad weather. grades are now a* follow: perature and moisture conditions durIng : then dropsy. I wa y

t. When{ the weather Is dry your chicks: ; Extras-Free from dirty eggs of the vegetative season are con- the staple. beads: Growing and Handling Cotton. weak and helpless.

v meant need protection from the rain good uniform size eighty per cent. cerned. After the appointment of a commit Transportation Contracts of Cotton i I having run down freni ISO to 11S

,y )lat'"heD'it Is wet It Is too late to fresh reasonably full strong-bodied. There I Is a close relation betweena tee consisting of two members from Exchanges Buying and Selling Report pounds I was having terrible pala!'

prepare It,'' so remember' they need sweet eggs; maximum loss permitted -tree's demands upon temperatureand each of the organizations calling the .* and Statistics and Closer Trade in the kidney and. the accretions)

bettered feeding grounds.. An open 1% dozen to the case. its demand upon soil. Given the congress to nominate permanent officers Relations the last a newly created passed almost involuntarily. My left "

'*'? abed will answer It. i Extra Firsts-Reasonably clean proper temperature, it will grow and the chairmen and vice chairmen section. I: leg. swelled until it wa* 34 Inch.

r* < and of good average size; fifty percent where the soil la unfriendly: ..ndgl.en of the various sectional, commit. I The discussion A to growing and around and the _doctor tapped :Jt''
the most congenial soil. It will night and morning uatll I could
I fresh reasonably full strong- no
!
A Cold
I Dairy Without Ice. grow Where the temperature Is not tee meetings, the chairman of the congressIntroduced handling cotton resulted In the recommendation -i
stand
bodied sweet 'eggs; balance--other) : longer it. and then he advised
'An Ingenious woman ''baa' devised than the loss-may be defective In i. Ideal. The colder and wetter the Governor Hoke Smithto of a bale similar to the : amputation. I refused and btiannalng -
'
'(V plan for': baring good cold milk strength or fullness but must be soil the better will it grow with a welcome the visitors to Georgia. Egyptian and\having/ a covering of the Doan'a Kidney Pill: The)
and butter
.... all summer without Ice. sweet; maximum total loss, three relatively high temperature;, the drier Governor Smith assured the Visitors same grade of good or its equivalentIn swelling subsided gradually the) -

It a home-made dairy, Is so cheap dozen to case. and warmer the soil the better will that "we are gladto have you with us oinaburgs. urine became natural and all my ;
easily taken
car of. and ls successful.I -
I will'give the plan and house Firsts,-Same as extra firsts except I It grow with a relatively low tempera and will' like you better the longer The minimum weight 1* to be 500 pains and aches disappeared. 1 hue {
any forty per cent., maximum, fresh etc.; ture. Thus on a northern slope the been well now for, nine-years line '
;wife .' pound and the maximum 760
can hare It with very little work. you stay. :weight
often find it safe
foreajtejwill to
and four dozen maximum loas. plant using Doan' Kidney,PUlL"Sold i
Get ;four piece of & Charles Wright Macara pound, and the bale la' to be markedat '
trees which would not thrive on the president of .
Dyes Second.-Re .onably clean and of by dealers. 10 cents a bos;.'
,two Inches i' feet; sU feet long, and nail l fair average size; thirty per cent: southern slope of the same mountain the International association In the both ends showing grade: staple and roster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N.- T.

loag each way about 1 % fresh reasonably full eggs; maximum because northern slopes are-.cooler course of his response told the delegate weight. It was argued that the stampIng -

Gf teet tire f ronv.am..t the ground and nall'plecea total loss, five dozen to case, and moister than southern ones and that be believed the) foreign spin of grades on bales was no detriment Umbrella are like men;; usually the ,,,

the top. Then boardover It la Important to to ; this difference may suffice < to 'offseta i the poorest get lets ,; .
top and also. lay a floor at bottom shippers know ners,1; by Joining with the spinners and to American grower, and '
slight the
disadvantage in general
.. Now; ,put a.eh.lf. on each side what .10.. means In this connection. manufacturers, of cotton In 'America was" a very decided benefit to the for Mrs Windows!! otbl-.ByraprorChndresuUoa.
temperature of the region.. '
.
and
vad corer all around and on top ;with especially 'In View of the recent There 1* a, wide variation and holding out the right hand of fellowship sign spinner. This plan of, marking' tMtJ1IlI..eott.eutb, .r.doasingamnaa.
activity of the Health Board In. Amon allay.patatareswladoohqutoatwsW'New
aloe clean bran sack or burlap. Leaveone ; the sale' of Inferior preventing trees a* to the range of temperature ,to the cotton grower, would be will pre.en't cotton being shipped as
very rejections retil.on the
rids' open and put loop on It,. ; the rule provide: .. 'whit, theendur... Some such as able tq render a /rkst advice! to the grading higher than It actually deserve Lakes,

aDd Pat nail a:tub on the on, aide top 'and to f..tell'.tL fill It 'wIth *;9, .'Lose/ a* used In these ml el. tb'e Douglas fir; yellow pine. Easternspruce cotton Industry lie 'declared: there *. The tinner will Inspect' the Although contrary to the treaty' ..."

'inter. and put woolen of hall comprise all rotten spotted* or/aspen, grow over wide area was, needin}, the cotton business for cotton;before ,It I II ginned and baled, JEngland Has consented to the Introduction
strips cloth '
y two1 and three inches wide lot it broken .(leaking, broken yelked.- fromnorth, to south; .others, such as legitimate middle men, but.showed.the and he:-not the farmer-will mark: the of a second flatted State vesv, ,'
,- so
'
(that they .feed the water down and hatched (blood-reined) and sour Mexican irA white able pine eucalyptus or necessity of eliminating the gambling grade on the bale. Sample will accompany sI of war on the lakes U which to ....

rep. the Backing; wet all the. timer eggs.. Very small very dirty, cracked! redwood narrowly confined. element on the cotton exchanges. He the bale., and It will not be train our Western naval xaUltlai and. v

i (The air blowing through, the .wet (not leaking),'' badly heated badlyf: only But it geographic should not lines be inferred be drawn that said only' .by International organ 1&& opened again until. actually delivered to the little cruiser Boa Juan d* 'Anatrts .,
shrunken and salt shall ". can ,
8afai
eggs
from during the-
sacks
it captured
keep ,
everything almost
aa'cool tion worldwIde the' .
could
the Interest of this spinners.Representatives
for the :
1I'lt'.re' 'In a refrigerator and counted as half loss In all grades. excepting distribution, of, any specie. ; Spanish ',..ar.I.' to be the one. She
." The right temperature condition Industry be' safeguarded and the o't the farmers association
dirties
and may
'i checks. ,
; ; the butter and milk: taste better than sailed yesterday,. with the ,Michigan
IT It war shut from the air,'and will .Any egg containing a considerable be found outside of'the geographic producer and manufacturer protected .* declared'they were willing to naval brigade from the. Portsmouthnavy

t keep fresh much longer In thla d Jrl. quantity of the rejections, classed distribution at' hlcher' or, lower alti from the manipulation of.outside par have the bale stand on 1U own merits yard in New Hampshire, for Bo*.'

!MA old blanket make the beat teed., above' a. full loss are now very ob- tudes. A Southern ,; species whose ties He said: and even advocated stamping the name ton.' whence ah* ',will proceed to Do.1,.

e lag strptn;, put, In enough to Have jectionable to ,buyers; and shippersare home 1* In the mountain' may possessa "Since the raising or lowering of the and address of the producer and (Inner, trolt vlt the?St.' Lawrence river. It
second home
e tore or four to each aide.' advised'tocandle; out all such ; of level 111 the Northern latitudes . annual price by only one cent represents on the bale in order that the purchaser (. worthy of rem rkb7 aatl-canalitl. 'w'
before a countrand Northern
a
| Thla .dairy' was kept IB the :yard Gentleman.shipment.-From the Country' "lowland species 'may thrive also difference' of 11,000,000 pounds, might know on whom to lay the' blame that though she 1* only 110 feet lone1' "

tinder, a shade tree but the anti 12 feet la breadth and draw but
; back .
for trouble.
on mountains in the South. or 190,000,000, It Is impossible to Imagine -
porch la equally aa goods place and "' '''I''", 11 feet t Inches ot .water. she will' W
+ ore convenient Farm Notes. i j Frequently trees are distributed any more Important work in It was recommended that cotton be
Any one woo tries have to''go* through Canadian canals 1t
1-4 'Don't allow over a country not continuously but which held for thirty 'daya before 'being .'
the and
IMa plan, I am sure, will be delighted ; hogs to become grower: spinner could'join. to reach the lakes.-Brooklyn. Cltts**.:
With It.-H. a. K.. .In the American lousy, when' very light:"spraying :In :isolated' groups Ilk black, hem- Gambling in'cotton futures Is Inimicalto .... ginned to Insure greater absence of ,
'
with",some of'the prepared Insecticides lock'whichoccur* Iii the Sierras, lathe
Cultivator. the Interests of both." moisture and. mote uniformity. In the,
'r ,, < will ,rid the animals of (theaepe.t. Cascades and .at sea, ,level In of the staple. ,iprtltln and the Wedding Ring.
? Mr. Macara said that 'cotton length !
l r i a9wilL. ..1 :Alaska, but not In the lower country was When ..a'w.ddfag'ring. baa'worn'> ,,

.Pointer For Milker Barley makes a fine feed tot hogs., between. This I. simply because the largely sold In the poorer countries thin as'' to break the superstition bas:

Cow .should'be milked in a com Grow' some this year. The cheapest required temperature; though: prevalent and that seven or eight million people NEW CONSTITUTION' ADOPTED.' hive that ,'either! the husband or Ui.

fortable clang thoroughly drained, lot of pigs the writer has eve broughtup : in the northern part of region' In India and China were not able to Step --- wife will soon die. This may be. re 1

and well-lighted place to .160 pounds had barley. their I.'found only in the higher'altitudes buy goods when the price :was' unreasonably Important Taken by Executive garded aa an' obvious superstition, and' ,r '

t Every! time you abuse and frighten [ main ration. as one goes. further J and further. to the high. He believes that' the Beard of Southern Cotton Association.. perhaps account for the fact that wed* a. ,

<*JL cow, yon throw her milk. and batter. An Iowa man 'has provided a cement 'south: saving to be accomplished 'bye gctung President Harvle 'Jordan of the ding ''ring .are new made aO'much':

'Machinery out of:; tear.T5 "'swimming tank for'' hU' pigs. The forester, following these broadflr.t' rid of outside monopolies make Southern Cotton Association announced Ull.cker'' and ,heavier'\ than, formerly "
"would
:. value of a cowshould be fixed lie principle of <
keep* It filled with fresh towing sylviculture$ may 'conclusion f.
*y the amount of fat there possible great economy', in the manufacture Monday night ,at 'the' ;
Is In her water all the time and claim that hi*' work .in harmony with nature and so '
a imilk. 'and what It, cost to .produ pig thrive In It better than In mud. aCheye .10 every locality the best re and handling of' cotton'' and of a meeting of the executive board of '' The ,'Ne'wRechetle, .mimeswho

'- n, ;I. ','. '"" 'In" California the experiment suit.twith, the
"; Tie udder J aha aid> be-'carefully be mad of crossing the Merino.will and' failure.-Forest Service, United and consumer;'. 'of a new''constitution: 'and, by-laws 914B.OOO; furnishes an,, 'examnl of'' '\,'. t,
claBd' before ',to States authorizes'the money; madness carried to It* logicalconclusion .
commencing milk Persian breed Department of Agriculture. which, granting of 'charters'
x of sheep with the object : ,,
road drawn the from last the drop of/milk' .-.should\ "be : of producing a, breed with,.alarge' 'The Good SEA, ISLAND GROWER for the purpose of placing the" aodatlon .. American.,, observes- th' 'New York 11"'
udder.j; Provider. 4., *
U i ,XIavy :milkers' are 'often"rough. fleece of wool'and- auperlor''carcass ,Though; Mrs. ." --:-- 'I :'n a: better position ,for the .. :
for mutton. V McKinley, said a Attendants ends sought to be gainedPOONER / -a.' 'TRANBFOIWATiBNAOnions .
boned I Interested Conventlon
& cows with large. frames,, but Sometimes hog will not'thrive although Canton clergyman. "left in.estate of ;at, Big; < .

.i;, .alats and ,411-ahap str* not essential they hare an abundance, about $200,000she was. one of the In Atlanta ... , ..uJta'Whea' e. ''Dr1ak. 'e
o(; -
.In ttw lI1a1r....' of a good cow; pasture and grain.-' There Is such a! most charitable ,women in Ohio. Her Among th'e most interested of those "* "**** ACTS FOR Cf NTRAL.*" Jag is AJtasMlMied.1 "

$ -To aU.tr-:.certain ,quantity 'of thins;, a* keeping .hog too t long oa experiences.In charity work were in. the conference of' ''cottongrowers -. > '
food to each cow. In '' the, herd 'allkmay clover end the system demands something teresting. I used to like to.hear her attending Former Wliconoin Snator= Engaged tor itis', almost 'as': bard 'for an old, ;;ye

6'k. 'Desalt in an. insufficient quantity else. 1 Cut down the rations for' talk' of tbem:* ' and':: spinners tn' Atlanta wered ., '"Conducting'Rat'Fight.; ',.' I, coffee toper to quit the ua ot coffee:'

sr d for some', and' toor'much'food,, .for- a while and.feed some charcoal' salt "She once told me about a colored fcroup' of Florida'plall ter..*who'' now ''Former 'Senator John C.'Spooner: of( a* It la for a whiskey *r tobacco fled' ,

"' >Ata.rs.''T, realise,. ;the sad copperas. This frequentiJtwilll widow whose children she had helped I grow 'sea' ".;land "cotton'''ezcludvely. Wisconsin. tor,nearly a 'quarter ot a t* break off except' ,-tat ,the, coffee l i

/ greatest profit ,the tart a I hog: ton'the up-grade.: :-.1 to'educate.; 'The-widow rather late : by. themselves century) one of Ath.,leading member' user can,, qnlt' coffee and take ,0. ''
These ":telt ,
tallyman: should hare
'cows bred dis eorrespondeatrasks In life;married..?: A few months after growers postuna without u'eeUDI'of a loss'of'tbemorningbeverageforwhen ''
'A itpays'to '
,.tlAettT'lor'' milk. To combinemilk ' *:* 'whether her, marriage Mr*. McKinley ,asked hampered in that,,the thread mills,huge of the United tates-senate,; *'In Atlanta -" ; '

t ,j '.ad leeS la one animal'Sa'a' sure fan. think"hog if'a down good: ,practice corn, 'Many'donot W' allow' her how,abe was getting: on/ been practically 'their only; buyer., 't to',;:ait, legal''capacity-', :' forth ,Postuia U well boiled and served with, .fi f

mire for Cither: or both., hogs the run'of a' large field. 'But It .;,' 'I'.e a-gUtln' on,fine. thank ,.ye/ thus leaving them,"wit a'only three cur Cehtrabof.Georgiaingiu'flght"inihe ,1 creamU1,. really better Ia'pelnt'of'J ..
,
f ,If:)..,''cow has;''a sore"' te"-t" try: any live acre can'be' fenced off."and : .the, bride aniwered. tome-rat a* this' business is In,.'tna',,' hands >federal'Order-SS4,-...;,of the railroadcommtsslen.s ,\flaveur than most of the coffee served

& v to get th* son'spot< in' them +ofIvor the hogs are turned in early, they will ** 'And 1* your hu.b.Dela'rood.pro.: of three 'large eomp.n e..-- l which reduce, the passenger .nowadays, and to the tart of the cone,*.,.;.f fnolll'ct.'Jur'lt

trand. Ton ,wilt find that she .rider IIWd Mrs. )(eKlDle,.. ,, 1* like the flavour Cn ,. .
x VtUttnake( r harvest It without much waste. ,Borne 'tll: rats in this state oc *.. ;j
." .. .
I. fas '"
about t.... :;\ : Deed he is a good .1. "" y.*'**
sow cow peas on a. few4acre.and.. providah TRIAL or:\(ARRVI'iIIAW.' : .\ .
'Clf mIl> ID& If SECOND '
< A' -
yon'do'th1i'ti .rti tarn their hog la about ma'am.wu the reply 'Ito. got me , 'J8TAr.'CANNOT: PAY FARE. great transfermaUouptake* >place>
'
'a t.Seplmber
ti V! *;' :In buying: \ dairy cow look:well "'l&.-:-Indlana'FarmerA. \' five new places'to'wash.at dl. .t..': ,In the body wlthlo ten day or.4 two'' ''t
to the;judder. It should/ W.en'.J1P week.*;!':=: The''UUctE'Obsaryet. "' ..naatlo"c'a.e.; Will B*' Alr.d'Asi.ln' ? week after" coffee Is left; 'off :...4" Ii'

i la ,front"and 'highup'. '' In .the' rear. ,correspondent :asks, whether: It .." f. "' '"" -. '.- ' -. B.glnnlnd''D.eimbef'2'' ::' , ..."'Important' Ruling. from Immigration "'Pestum used for the reason that'tb*' '

v' teats' of J good .alU! ;< and,wlt placed, would be feasible to fatten hogs close >. ..Progress."W . 'Harry: '"1C; Thaw'sr seConditriat', *for , i ... --Bureau.', < 'poison"to' the D.en.l--Cattel"e-II.., ,,.

5? ''.*xtdf far.: enough 'apart so 'that;,,>th* to creameries or the cheese, factories, have had' t &' caser'ofp- the klntni rot .Unfo'rd"W1I .'.sII'beI , "toulilana'cannot'. legally) pay 'therare"or been discontinued and:In"It* pla88.1 ,
something after in
,manner which '
BuahaeX can be mUkec1i'Wltboat.'Coq'; : pendicitis f',,in,' the* last three" ", ... ;. '"This .Immigrants.'to ''this country: ; taken a liquid food thai CODtala1t.t_ ..;
y1bjaii> 'thi lnlncklea. '. -" ' steers are fattened at U1lerle.:, No day*. gin,;In' N.. Hl'orlt't n. JD "''/ / '
1 > aa g' a .rural according to ruling r.eelnd'Sn'! .post'powerful '
New elemeatsof ourj-
i doubt,with proper earshot'exchange. "and that agreement ;'wai1 reached-betwieri' District ; \ 'r"." "
't'tJ'Y'; : Jr ---w shown bow the, town jl* ,I Qrkeata.rt'pID'the''; >immigration-'bureau :meat -
fattened' PfOYiDS. :: '
t oat on wner and grltt with 'Attorney;: Jerome, Martin' W.. '* Xto* pompo.ltloa of Ems. t,., profit.;' Th ,flxushln*;\ .or.' fattening Tim was all we could ,boast was 0,._. tistioeDOwlang' at 'Waabtngton .by the stab Immigration easyi to m thl'ist'antprove ,. '.,
tleWpCounsel ;!for Thaw &nd'.J
these stet
1 Ju: __ ponltr/ keep ;:; now*- thi period would have to run over ten or dinary measles., Beside this, werecently '* bureau nent.'bycbanglag.
'got'.big :damage from of>the:supreme: courf ;;Men- Trosa eeffe* t* Postwa '1ie:d'O: ..*
better twelve week. : being !
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of'iegp farmer. The1 decision W.'nDd.JI84.Sn '
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It hi'eM,. in a way to' fall Into tta* nJ .......,..&11_......... rte'' o '
and te. march down to the war- when oared by Dr JDbIe" Gnat Nerve &
Company \
aa..e.a he snssmons, coatee and 'the, innate &d.-U..l Perfect Avam
b ,., lays 'and the' people. cheer and weknow .5" .
.VOOIlMON TO
BET tJaat' death will earn us deathess OM>orQOOD1DtRAL.,
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though perhaps not':Individual '-T...-;; '.eatd.. Karl,,; -"I .toW' ,my AVERY MCM1L.UW4.M. .
1:1:1/" amev' But what Is the courage of tie friend' tnt I, save* roomberW" Womanhood ''A a* ....&1& vweyiti |i\- Atlases. exsvALJ
l eader or the soldier in the front line B.UWS. O _
/x t ? of the neroe fight to'that of the toiler ."8nt;?,.eked"Hrs.' 8tarvenv,"didn't'Od .. "
Ay o who day by Uy."works and plans and also t H'blmbat''fOU eathsref" MACHINERYReliable

laves and lives thai-children may be -Certalaly ,not? 1\\ told him"I get The'greatest t menses to womanly. *,
reared and prepared for life and the brUut"&Da. supper here, ; but that' permanent happiness In life Is thesmfleting
BubJ.ctt] I home be lntetTThat\ that cornea from Bone dejra&irenent S al 1 '
Iier kept father I eat at a restaurant near, the Qiaca". ..
1 .. .j Tonder.,wbo. front sunrise to sunset. Catholbtaadord"'; .- > of the lemtnlDeor.-a.,
day In and ,day, out In health antiickness fieny thousands of women have r '

s when sad or glad( for 'i I II realised this too-late to save their t
ktJ'D1 N.'' T.-Preaching'a< the wife and family; Is he not.ttona.;, heroic BT.A.TX or LtJOA.RunY'OHIO,' )rTr'W .DoJ"a.i .. health barely. In'time to nave their +: J

Square Presbyterian Church That:mother,;with her .cleanly brood I F1Aiilt J. ...EItEr makes. oath dad{ ...1. d 'Urea.- .-
burg avenue and Welrfleld of six. the sole manager'and dispenser senior p.rtu.r of the arm Clf J.CniUUCT': sY 'To bet a *"_..t.l wife, to retain ',
toa: the above them,.!the Rev. of a- princely gross salary of lilt a ()o,' doing business to the City of Toledo! the love and admiration of bar bus-!
vemmell Henderson;: pastor, took week. up 'with or before; ,the 'II... Coasts sold Btaie aforesaid, and that SUM band, should be a woman'* constant J
IB tent, Paniel. ":18. He said! streaks of the earliest day resting ira will psy tb.__ of one mumajso acv .." ., \
courage' of these men 'was only when an! are sleeping' cooking, LAN for each and ercry ease etOATAJtatt 11 a woman find* Ua'.h.1'; open."
it m..:v Their heroism was that eannet be cured by tbe ...o f JEUufs ; '
remark. washing nursing ;glesareflagging.tbatshegetaeasUyl'
caring for them, ' :
) T"1UUICaBE. VaAinc J .IJl1H.N.T.sworn .
JJ The
story of,
smllesf Uredtsdarkehadowsappear under
their'strength with each and
't tenderness
: to before 11M| and ufaeeribe is my 1
bharacter 1s not an ordinary one. for'all. staggering beneath burden irweooev this nth day d Uoeearber, A, J)., her.eyeS; she ly might easily\ have played the more than man has dared to bear, usa. ;.A... ache, bearing-down sensations.'ner* 4 t Priek gla.e.11., w i
IK, false ,by bowing down' to his who shall deny her praise That t(saz.: ) ilotary" kdblta yousBeaa. ,. .irreffalarltles- the i, i ,ajies., Wheat Separators, '

RB.while still serving tho'lr God In widowed mother with a flock anti a 1i.lli' tarrbOur.Issiinintnrnally.ndet. ,/ ....".ahe.alloulclllt.ar' at'onco te a .
ilr hearts. In all likelihood Nebu- pittance; that child who alone sup s directly. on the blood and. a_ surfaces build up her system by a> %onlo. with .....;":,

Mnectar tt they simply would have been satisfied ports 'a home: that maiden who Is "''"' of- the. K.system.J.CaxKKT Send a Oo for) .testimonials Toledo,O. ,- specific ,powers, such'as.. "
bent the.knee to tils pure and sweet upon wages that are Hold br all 140.
as., And bow could a mere man. criminal before the living God. who Take iLll's Dru..fbI. for constapatiba. .'GydEPiHkkham'.sVegetable: Compound .
"pn though .he ,were a king, divine shall deny the sublimity of their !'

> devotions ot their Inmost hearts Humble heroism 'th'e greolworoau's':; remedy for woman's Ills made only of rootoand herbs. ., .
r Was a place where most' men To my mind the heroism ef 'the. AND'115'BDCCKEDED.. Jt cures Female Complaints, such as Drugging Sensations,. Weak 'I
uld have considered discretion: thee plain people, who hsve little but-whoserve "Be. pardon .tr." ..u4 the waiter jtack. Falling- and Dtsplncements. Inflammation and Uloeration and all BEST iMPROVtDSiW.MILL,W ElSTl.

=' part of :valor Here was a so muCh,. to whom, life offers ,with) outstretched palm "but, 'aven' ; Orranie Diseases;;and is Invaluable Lathe Chancre of Ufe Jt dissolves Large Engines: 'aits' ..11.... ,euppll"

lines'..the for compromise In externals such a meager'portion but who make you forcottea.IOm.thlns'. :aDd ExpelsTumors at an early Snbdues Faintness, Nervous prcmptly. Shingle Mills.Cerri' Mills, 1 !

sake of' saving one's lite It go so far, Is a moat sublime as It I.a "No,"- replied the departing ; ProstrationEzbauetionaddstyengthensandtonest Stomach..Cures Circular Sswe.Savw TeetfiPatent )
re, Headache Doge,
was the of .theirtractors. Loeb General
test .
supreme most Debility Indigestion, and invigorates'the. whole
compelling tact ""
of human life; but: I'm' trying to forget It.' ,. '
( 'They have made femai..y.em. It Is team Oevemers. Full line. Engines 41 e
might I[ can conceive of nothlas an excellent remedy. for derangements of the. I
Y uses'for themselves to their own by day, to arise to face the'harder.Impenetrable day I day. -Catholic. "Standard. . Kidney.in either sex.,: Mill $UpDis.| Send fer free'Catal.._
s pda and to God< and .have wor- wall hardship
and ot: approximate : h "
ped the gold.11'Imale. They did poverty which :CAHHOT :BAPesnse : '
dominates
the> '
ber.the' ..They.were Ood of Israel true Jews.,. who Theyved had horizon of so" many lives. I can pic '; you ve strained yoor eyeeT Le is( fls' "well"to Understand that It. 1* .s 'Dro.Sylvee!! k e

unto His ture nothing more unutterably 'un _cU'e Ooiaen aye l.otle>a will euro the' aornpUmeywei.to) "'stand from: under.., .
l people by the mouth bearable than, day by day to be com- i ........ aa4s rauseM ,without pain .. .
4 loses the deliverer and law-giver, polled to undergo the refined slavery onday.,, ,Tbe,. .' ,.jr., ntedlclaie, in the loq..a Kenovee a U.w.lUB. la etas,
Sou sbalt not bow down unto them that Is unquestionably world is "L.onardi's"iI maJces strong a. h.l, Igpia day] effects a pmaaae.t'TTtoitraatBMtrgivn care

j _J serve ..them. .Therefore, they of so much of. our'modern characteristic life. To yes.. Unaraateexl or money refunded., UL-ALA.BUSINESS COLLEGEMACON'GA. : m&BU06T"Idthbs"Wlllrgpap,aad/ 'In jo" to fro.6ochye.Votklnsco. *behfaeWriteOr.N.H.arca.7 ,
id erect when the'sound' Belt it at at ots. forwarded Beggt M
of Tall rugfftats or _
1 desire to live in-the lace of to decide pr ewad.nce will n..r .. i,)
Dds of music" made the multitude to It. paJct on reoetpt of prim by tt. B. I>eoa. urdi _ tea..d. The "Whit. bulltw.... ip1a1a14U.. Boa 'I. WJa-STitJ ,
struggle against itto hope Uo., Tampa. T L. Wlt's Star" tau ...rr soe1 w .
(It down. And standing ..c Krtaloant!
they are even )lint"'Fak: .. "WhI. .
? against hope,'to live and to love, t f twtun sI nhid. bmld. a.log.od '
onuroents to moral heroism. to get a little riBSST POSITIONS "AMIRJCA'SBMT" m bad oa.. then
and togive -a little, to woullde ..
|Heroism, has great value in life and hard't ; oq slender t b
retain and to augment the diviner jfattenjt'purse. 'a. WRITE FOR CATALOOUC: ,.J anaagbrrd "WIUte
varied. Without-.It'we' could not characteristics that alone differentiate: Income. "
lake IDlIcb,'If any' progress.! A, manray'be" , .. a.At. {
humanity from the beast.' to plan for< ---- - ---V .. WIHIERSMITHSQuit
as a prophet,10' his a r.blde
price D- posterity and to have
faith In God In aoo4.tbaWhile
fcn BUYS
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nsndt comprehension ;;ot divine the midst of the relative riches thatcon.t1tllt. $150.00 Stu.AtIe .
uth, but It he lack herolsbi bls TONIC
pows the poverty ofourtimes. Mica Axle: Grease AuawrDNPORTIJNAt
kmvlctron are largely needs unavailable to society Is heroic. We should thank Ood'' for The most complete Saw' mil fL&:.

i living force. It Is courage'to become tbe heroism of those among'us o cdaou'tho life of the built la the Southern .States. "
one thing to have have little
so and who live so. largely.
,, vision, and another to declare it. In proportion as they. have capacity wagon-saaa'hora.' < Gainesville Iron Wock"aalne.vl'lIe. ,

Is one thing to have knowledge, and opportunity, for the', common power, tlsno and tem ,
ad Another to expound It. It Is one weal. We should thank God t.batthe lubricant lathe Q.. '
Ulng to have valid and substantial- per. . ;.;
are 'faithful, that they know i worlJ=contains n that Pall.A.u
opinion and another to state It, how to . -
live
simply that they are FR'E.E"4'O will
Is one thing to detect sham and sin, moral. For If ever the men and powdetedalcawhich : health
ad quite another to unmask them. women who are the burdenbearersIn nf- will

The world Is full of men wbo couldo the world's work become"-saturated, ; forma ENGiNES'AND''BOILERS l Ie- the air 01" trite moths" e send her absolutes free a lar. trial

evil to the death in many a place with the vices, the follies anel' the .' emootho food dl.n.r curb lair epp.uaau..gh box of raxtlne wltn took Of btstrve- .ii
<
|Id they only dare. But It Is so manl- I tar ii star o/reraa! lions and rename testimonial. 8 endyour
fallacies concerning life that infest >
''Iiardcoctlngea axle and name and address on s postal card
stly one thing to know the truth
ind another to stand up for It. and to topmost the minds and of the those nethermost who constitute strata the of .> reduces friction.' ." ' p'rsons' Pills : !:: 4
claim ontitt P'AX
It. society, the world will have short y. If:you want yottt C "INEv ed.
: The value of heroism cannot be de shrift bra Jail aad corn money Saw La>th and Bhlnrl( Hills Injooton, ''. an r std to dlg.dhyhuan .......:. I" .
asdPIWaceWoodtlaw.se11ttS .
rump. "'
led. With It Moses faced the terrors 'while . ... .... of ied sad wear eMbIIr feotlons much M 'bud'catarrh, prlrle
knd the torments Another'sort .or' heroism that we it,,,lasts gtraie Ihalc.e, Pull. .Itl.,.O lI. &0.,1. .
ot the desert and p.olbl. .wltboat dhows....- catarrh add InnaDunaUoei dallied by lenl.nine
he must never fall to remember and consider'and , the axles' with ,Mica Ulsi ems fjrf throat .4nouth 1
enre a
threatening 'iof the wandering 1'rIoa.......bott...'L'' JUIa.. Imm; direct lomflnwtswnit.
,
ople\ to which 'we owe much,- l Ie by ifasttr.
of Ood. With It Isaiah and that moral heroism among the politfat Axl.Gne e.i1A1DM1'Otl. LARar ,LOMBARD, ''L 1 JOWOW tt. -.-; .....- Woe power over. the.trouMee is extraordinary
lie #
prophets assailed mighty sin 1 In and ".s 'InnieallatMbei..
he name of Almighty God. With It and religious leaders of the 00140- C lPAI r rm1d flUlldq, .Msdilsi' Md Isils.Writ.M lifflj Ibrt, Tbouwnds of womm are ntaf end recommend
olumbus' try ,that Is Inc..lnKly obvious and Inf 'e.arr.: day. 00 enta at
sailed the wide, uncharted AUGUSTA OA
flrua1..cwbYlI&IJ.xeQlelll .boweTev,
as, and discovered America to, a actively! at work. For that heroism is IT M>STS YOU jforwwe rvm v IT.
ads world. real;,- ,The forces of unrighteousness : S'JUI" JPAXTUM OUS, M.esea.,, __
With It Luther hurled .
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leflance to the machinations Roman are any Intrenched.price Is already The in army the of field.greed The at IP"U' T N AM": F A'D'.E'L--E; ? S S DYES, -

eccleslastlcisnr and marked an plunderers of the public) are as busy>> ;; .trYhM cad,....._oas w.tar dye. oar 1011. ......... .. sa...,mar ea. .he sold w.ar........tbas oar-dya T;! (
oeb In the majestic march'or man '' ..-.._......."e.e..dr_...... w_ tK f- botMa-nave a Aye. SWa W nit Ochs. MOIUtU& VII.IJQ C0. Q atIF' (It.N At41f07) __ _. IiI
as the ,.vultures' tbat prey'upon the _.
.
oed 'toward .. .,
our.preaent liberty oought. f -- -- \ - -- -
With It.the heroes of Val dead. The camp'followers who'are .' rOR rd; >F.. aSF" .f'Iv'
Force out for petty graft are busily atrwork .... 1
kept the faith. for civil lib I l '
.The sleek alf .atbfied .captains of. ; South ,.
ky and,, i under the impulse ot 1 Its ducationatProgress h
political and commercial piracy are at t.
'
jirlt the ,
.
slave
; Jesus would was freed. Without thee front.- They, are ash the more '1;c,' ..-:lk. ... . ,.. ... .,(+, f-z?,rEVERY \
.never. have become our kl *liJ't .. ., .
dangerous because yF *
svionr.; T they have persuaded "-- *Of -4 t

'.Valuable as beroist>t''U. It Is not themselves; that they are sin 'ByPro'fessorSamuetC. Mlt h Il,, of JVC/intend College., MAN HIS'OWHrDOCTOR;' ;:"" ,
varied For' heroism Is'Individ.. cere, that the benefits they have undoubtedly ;
hat and soda!, physical and-moral; been Instrumental bringing r:__ ,:._ Hif South is.advancln; educationally along threetidlfereot'! ." }oI'4 ..
lustrous and bumble. ,to society excuse and justify the lines.+in education of. the, neglected white children In'Ue' *;! ""

[ .The men of Lexington and Ssntl rapacity of'which: they have been a ..d'todQ' T. .. democratizing of the Ideals',of the higher'': Institutions of ) N'B'A' A ,';

10, et Trafalgar sad ot Waterloo are guilty. They scorn gov-' . and In the-tralnlng' the negroes. The school la ..By aM'Q; : : '
tte heroes . eminent they laugh at law, they ecoff learning, :;. ( #.. .. "> >" > *, : 'J.t.. ,';:., .
of 1I.brew'lIlato.' and ore the reach of every negro hlld. Upon these schools
at. tke rising tide ot pop1llal'dlaap. within .' f '. '."
Crusades; the hosts who follower cl baa expended since the war perhaps as much .. j
South'
apoleon Wellington proval.. Their special pleadersare ,the ,- :'I : IA'4oOpeka.,.
'
or Washing ; : .
,
their Wmlle the should be to
' hired, subsidized papers are 180000000. negroes enconraged _
ton or Stonewall ;Jackson .3 '.I'
the- famous captain ot armies or any, an o f already bought many of their.books enter, every avenue of life for which their talent fit them :i> uable information pertaining:ib 1 1kuman :, ,

cleat er' modern, are examples o t are burnt.They Invite tbe teat and . 'It. Is? nevertheless, true that the great masses of this race' 'system, ahowlnghowtottettt.emd, :
even dare to threaten. In and '
hat we .may term' physical soda pulpit their surest opportunIU.. upon the farm.rbeyneed to be moralized "
"rolam. .Many were the Instances or f la.pew, on the; forum wad In 'haUe of will find threefold'advance upon the part'of the South constltutes'one'.ot the fln-: with: the simplest; of' medicines, The book oon...

humble Individual moral courage dls- palm learning or a wherever callous there heart is there an Itching their This eat'experlmcnu' la education which mankind has, seen;; and should' enlist" phi tains';analysis,of courtship 'and marriage ;'rearing ' ; '','

i I,these played military by soldiers geniuses.serving And under yet al In champions may be found' ,It Is needless ,VT' paih tio .co-ooeraUon, pf.; the whole nation:; '.and 'management< ;,of children; besides :yalu-: *"I.

the last analysis their heroism w telling for you me of to the expand governments the story municipal by's ", - '---" '- .. . ablf prescriptions i recipesi ,etoVitliii''fuU'' ... .
."that, of brat. strength let loose '
and
I,dependent, as much as.upon anything: .and state, that they my almost .cdaipleitlent'of'fficteill: materia medica.that everyone -,- ,

Mnpon' the flag, and the fanfare and be said toownthe legislatures should know. .
the smell and sight of blood and that they have bought or have.trleel J Qb Printing '
the
crowd moving together to the. battle to bay of'tbe' defiance thatt they ; This most indispensable :adjunct, tot every '


|I> tor jits inspiration and its instants' throw Into the very teeth of administrative I, --well-regulated household-will be mailed.:]

male,Uon.It that Is even not under my purpose these conditions ta mats- singleness officers of ,who purpose with honesty attempt and to ... .,' ' paid! to anyaddress; : on:receipt' of pribe.BLOENT3V. / ?;

.' ,).conclusions t is an easy thing. .with to tote.fare-:forth But '.to In bring,We them are face to account.to face with no theory" Of Every Description' Promptly) :'Address' \: "y. : 1N


:, \'do comparison) another with deed luck needed *o We are confronted' when with. everything the most unpalatable'facts \. .' ATLANTA. "PUBLISHING.. ,NOUSE :
many It Is
There easy. considered, with' which any nation : .. . 1.,.. .. .
IB, too a Individualistic arid Neatly Executed 4.i '
'
\ lid Central
flatirons heroism has ever bad to fiesta Ther..I. no use Av'ATUANTA.OAr: r
which ts even lea y .. .. ., .
In waiting for a declaration of hostilities. \'" .-,41" i ., J
trying and 'tv .
exacting. He Is a hero, I :
.
The war 1 already on. The
care not' who he ,
may be. who wit 1
'

"., lead.Where a victory,,willing, Is army sure on or.to who.a flgh will 1 enemy required' L' '1c.to it go he, up. field.against Heroism. himfor ,Send Us Your Order. ' v ..I .. .. .. ...II.! .. '

}point the way to ,a moral victory t'men tbe sake of our cities and for the . .
!- who are with him and who sigh t people of our God" Heroism has already to I _.

(tbe, same truth that' be sees..' Fo I cost some- been men shown dear; -It has already,*. ., ... ..- -'.. .-.------ -.- -- -- ____ io-.. 10..s_.. ,
many a man has lacked the heroism ; ,
to- lead even though' the skies ,,were' The dictum Is to pulpit and press, Truth and awoman's_ age. have- little'

full of portents of,success.' It Is soL to politician aadstatesman to the 'cr..nothing. ,Ja. common. 'I INSURE YOURHEAim W. ,L. DOUGLAS .
'much easier to relinquish the respon financial and the businessworld. ,tq ', )
falbl1ltr, ot ( tabor' and to capital to the world at \ .AND $3.00 & $3.50 }
leadership to another; SLEEP:,BROKEN BY ITCHING.Eckema COMFORTstorfnydays SHOES: -C onto: : .
.Officers are marked men. larger We have erected our ltole1 n'. 1iir eHOtS: COR EVEMY MCMSBIT Of
.f We" must-Admit a, great'"measure Image, It suit us; bow down or be con'' :'Coffered: ,Whole -Body,For'a : "\ on THB: FAMILV. AT AU.PBIOES.I -Q '1'

ot physical-heroism' in the action o t sumed."And woe betide the man with. JTearJfo: ; Belief Until CnUcura \\ '\ by'.wearing 4, :.$2S,000S0 tad........_" .w.L.MIl' "

(k I1against' the ''wild' animal that would to refuse to bow.. Men have r.-. Beme4lee Prove Perfect Success- 'i'.I' _l'!. Lana anyalber.m..ra.fse,.., T -s
1 <
I-take; his'life.-'It'takes' nerve as welas i fold They have'been-consnmedr; "For"a"year J h.ve'had ,what they call In TISZYgLpNW.LDtmglae.hoes'ar.wor.bymw. Mopl* ,;1 >j
-.{ muscle to meet A bully vcno richly The threat to-day/Is bow ,down-or eczema,' I ......aa itching all over my may sashes walks Kyle of lUethM ftaj-fMnf an,:*.other and rapwW najut s. !bees... oftl&r ,

,jneeds and deserves a thrashing b.' 1'1I111ed. Touch us ,not 1 lest- thee and when I weald retire for th*- night it SUCKER 'The aaleetloa of the iMthen and other materlaJa wearing'or_4aa1tu.II put ,. J .
'make' 1fIm eat the dust. nut lo:.thcategory country die. Forsooth"we'' shall, refrain" would keep ID..awake half the night, sal of tb.sheyaoder. .. "ry d.tll o< the maklnUkx>k ad ala. k' i 1
*. tbe most orapl Wor;.nl..Ho.of. ".
& ndena mMBBa
to eradicate the the .p
of heroic"virtues vermiform I weald
these 'appendix more. serstcb'the
itwonU
.ar ; mare ,(3ea-tight I skilled boeniakarm, who,..1...the hi.bats paid !. the b
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the least., J of. financial, aDd, commercial : 1t>C!':: tried sJl kinds' *f ramedies.' : shoe tedintry,and these workmanship eansolb wane*.....u... \, .
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.' 'At this time IArould'caf'yonr' at+ I and political --Indecency sand:: disease. bat could get no relief. ,J used one cake cfCutioora r t : If t eoull.a..ye.tab/y."... S.aorta asnraktoa Ya/ r ..h r \ "Ul
,; I because oftheshock DuraiJIit. ed show you how_all,W.L.IXmclaa....,.are made roil ;-I ?
the "
tentioa td ..
to the heroisms' patient
which we .SoesV one;bolt -of Cutlcur sad would thra .ndorataMl why they ttolftMr ahaM.S* tetter "' .<. ,
." 'have and need- in oar dally life;' tbe ,Thank God"we have 'men of heroismt two vials.: W.: Outictm: Xleeolrent.:'PUI*.-.'' 'W I wrawar lons.r ae.d.are ofgraaBr.alM tlua . .,:_ + ? n
j 'heroisms of the humble moral. hoe band, men who have wisdomwho'have which eoefrn a dolUr and twentyfiveeento I .g..y.a.t.a.k.= sW se>sis' srfeWs ejrjirssa i'
"' ,who constitutethe' the hand and the nerve and the la aU/and am'very ._ :- Qa-tmox*I The Maakne have W. ,Ir Douuu name prUe mim/|).a
mainstay of tbI I lad Z tried tIa -) 1'. S.t..<>. A& .*Jf .. ;F
o e siee .caeeB41: .
i f' land and ,who ar. ,,tb. backbone o f experience and tbe wisdom te'dllJObe1' '':for I was ..JlleWJ'en-- Walter W* I .....A.zs) -:: ::f' -' "' dinesso1..tcry.Sho.sea/.rrywhreby/miiLVWloti- WXJD.......swpjjjr. __UI' I f
., America the men and women 'sa d onrmadera.Nebachaddessaro 'and.to; ,PacfuJa.m': N. BobeJ"-.at.;, ChicMO,, IlL I :
. operate. flap they will not be bur t. Oct. s..d.11Jms"'-" ; -' *
children who In an Inconspicuous, but :. : CRESCENT\AN-r.SEPTIC'\ : ''
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none the, less ;efficient, fashion? KlT, ;>themselves ? as living 'sacrifices upon death. It wllluo't Invite disaster.It; bur tarn SEOONJ> T &WINDOW ,loick--Where.do :you suppose Chel> OHKATKar H.At..tNOW" TO 8OIKNOK.." : N

\\jf the altar of devotion<< to Ood.and,borne will, save the patient from/ uglier' ,Ills; .."" >teA'si'.eaidthe'fSt; td'1MI1't31 ly $apbead .get that, high handshake ... I '' its P...+... :Won Irriutlng.; AlUyc -.Inflaansettioa'aa4, stcs*
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and : .
I..aad: country-- would have Vou again worse tormenter v pam from_ strong as scxbotie slid sad sw kanaseiai r' .
:: remember If, you have beenso .ungracious The sort heroism that can' 'live' "-ume was when : 1'.wua4mttteot... 'that >be la :always', werklngr sweet 1Ub-I iasitanty. esves, old aad 'eAiwssVaesias- ,
as to forget the offerings ot humbly In tha contemplation of snobtrvll TetT.besf.haaies.."1 Wt ti ,' Tom-i->Taklng sups l from tile.ladles ...t, fine says U:4: JaAaaaIroat say eases csi-es beast.!;T.

;. that countless host of'simplehoms' >l]x with.trust'In Gad and confidence :An4aYha4abrq; ithR'4'' Ar!",: $ at'< ,,1W'ItlJt' a; "ma.k.-eGm"tue', ," low4sr... so>h ta. ., ead .pap. .6.tfd.diot,..,... .

'*people J who dally live for the commngglod'sad n in the heroism: *of ihs-leaden ttnrt era ,';.. ".TD.y. .. caught 'me .CIOtaJq.OUt.--; JoiraaU l.. ',\. ,# .1'{ .!.;-.,'. tm*. JDVS.-r cueOgal oH> . the'puWiePwea'. I'would'' called ,1s 1 the.,.sort that Dar made ...! ,
:esir te- jour' attention the leaders of Americas power? "The ..,
eMsr 4.y'whoNn' the.f ace of Bin and oDeposition t remains.steadfast..&114 Lf. '!f f'f
and of militant,and ,1mnerlous .face ot regnant wrong Is '
: -aelf-oatisfsotiea,'Are effectrtr }bt,Illuminates, "' her ,h.rotwm.ti 1 1g ,
,IM ...satvatros AmertcsiAad teachldIlhltkh.rdhot' nruch'*ol'Itr,& SkID \ ,

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t : deal * meet delinquent subscriber B.enedicta ..._' .IAa ", S NOW.IS' THE :
i n s 0. ..aiia.r .-.' e..c.w ... pry .
Isf WaMsl i.s aVA i with a mite *t the HMM .sJ ID.. beefs.e i -iaS ,.....ar Malt Lhnai TO THE '

.," When Vo bad to edit the paper spill se Wise.tath.Tawaia ,Klerr,inCTtr.rVatiff VISIT

; Reported! Weekly, by.O.I. C.. | lore wood, lead to the children. .while "A WOMANST0 MfDIONf" --- The C-'r, .o..Ie did en t..e
Woman'.Club ofr....-" A. D.taaatMrf ...... Ihe
eeeet.................... Jour wife attended .be .le V mM esety.f Ltmimtl.g, ........ JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION
: work fourteen hour In tbe office and ......aaI&lie.wsgr .... solo tbb. .
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? Items are Dot nnmerou and thuslard walk the floor toe other ten with a ...... r.-.... flk This 11. nret DI.leleq
to Bod. Very many of our pooh LTrER the UU Of wwaaanbood. G._ .
TOO St.t.te..t the tate K .'LedaAnd ,
Do the work of four mea
pie' hare departed for your camp to iokbaby.. I/ 'U an many woonoiKSoaajrorr Do yes IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Wbsn "__ ....
t forced ... an.bdes..1 a...
In the and then be to
aaVawUgai* the act* and dolor of our office, what to get well wltbost the aieissity
u.IIi" Ge.el ,
KoawraWe board of' county oommi- borrow econ ti money to pay off the r of palaf-il ...-r-*" ***.. aasbai ramies; -t.w.laswD..W UM Stae.t FWtda.U8tBVil.Mrtko.faM .

L .toner*. This much-abused body Hal ofour employ .o they could attend a base. _1CaUoa.: Do row tact to take a .. aadw t..r..erd tbo-.a.es .pp.r.... K WAR PAFH I NAVAL DISPLAY J AIRSHIP
fellow citizen continue
lossedy right Into r".0- and flu.yosr..tf *
innerjoy II1r, I esto., -.
The
oak legielation without recard to -bt: ball game while you work." i' r htoalbNa wIt M Me 11adt.. ..
of office never unfolded Is any ceaty wh.ds the.....f.cote I.baioa
their .
ri cut inoendo burled at act a printing : were ,
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be.a wbe lyl.ebMd.. pa. at is, .....
'l and. doing. to you'' brother or you all round wouldnever BENEDICTAWoman's tarn Amif IMU far that fmrrmmtState..... as....' C.. Will interest and instruct you. Do mot fall to goat once.

Our eiUsens have been somewhat lack ability. do An'D.thloafrom I I* Jl odlrt*..- A: ptfascrtptfcMiof odb tiea....w..C ssid *m4 *.. ...-. For beautifuUy illustrated Folder conialnin. Maps Descrip-
tt. excited over the snoposed difficulty newspaper man can a physician who mada tbs stvdyor Fs-. M Wset eie '
j, that. appear to U'" between oar running: a sawmill down to.runniar for ..,. DUi iii hi. saor tally. It was ..... Nee th.ds.be tiye, Matter List of Hotels, &c., write ,
President. There is only ODe ,Item h.I.mla.d by tbs c-.e ..eta.
ti' and Japan but the Impossibility .
country
him la to It aabeen
aceoMfoJlr by *
prestfe. .
of tbe enemy', gnnboats aa- that the newspaper man lack sod I I Tewa oe Ki.dsrw Cltn8eedaa. ,
seal saecoasrally tbneaaiiils of COAST LINITHE
by
r ; .. Wbu ...r.____ ATLANTIC
f'ftI..1ur: the Ki ,*lmmee Hirer is a that U ulHcIent supply of .coin of the wo moo daring too messy yeses__ Fro I to lie ecMw
yr them III realm to keep the wolf from the door. Intoxicating. .pMtwoM. vtamw acomit
comfort which
drop of keep I arosrtrs physician nave aIM feau>4 n a T..- IIouoe....... ...
But future Orlando Keporter-Star. W' lIa 1iIDIte.,tb.7bea'oeiwieema SHORT THROUGH/CAR/ LINE.
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y. good heart. prospect oaM assistant wnso tnoy desired. to avoida : .:
city .bmli be
t j a* roveated by one of our supposed punhl.d upos .
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1 colons that Will will be ushered III I II' I YIetiooe ......t tn inprteoonMnt In the tifmm WI '*
RATES .i w
wits o .ar betiweeo-our country and oparstloa.BCNEDICTA _.--II.t.u..."' sr by e-sotm.:; .FROM KJSSIMMEE;

the combined countries. Of tDir1aod: -THe- I' v.5etabt. -'iIw.1W...... Reason Ticket..x' ". . .,. . . . .... ... ... .., .. ......, . . . .WO
It Is -.de tines .
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a a *md7. Section t. It.hall t.M ..tF at the JIanIsa .
and not eocoursgingahboughthe .
Germany very ] Sixty Day Ticket., . . .. .> 33
oracle declare that altnr Kissimmee] Drug Co. root., barbs which aad baT bark wonderful know to earaanhad poMMOIII'OPOrtJeo and hY d. auti. and poIi_ and tb.r .tta Fifteen Day Ticket . . ._ . .. ..i. . ? H

' three years of bloody war both a Iiooby.tJooriaeoI sad .mpowerod. MUr mrbuttdinc. Sea Day Coach Excursion: (Bold Tuesday. and Frldayf). ., . . . 17
tonic ffact tba faaaale sad
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the opposing o all on* are to be con 1 apoa organs booth test or UMr place. or part -
;' jarred and this country to be the '. I nervous systaam. Without aaoa.Uoojn theesaay thereof witkor vitboat wurMit. In which' u..,. For. Information or hates call on Atlantic Coast Line Agents. orV.CARR. i..::11
r Br *'' and strongest nation on the forest of feoaals tnmbloe that woman .....gond ea_ta nuuKt that cplHtaMn.it .vioos '
S We have verytube faith to ,. off or.wo aay bat then Is mo trouble of this ..._' Uqoora aN' kept for MU,.eontrarrrdliora. M J, \ : T. P. A'' TAMPA ...L.J.O.. KIRKf.AND, D.P.>. A.,
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thee prognostication of future evils WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. I kind that ......Ictt will not tamaoaOiately... .and t*..*.. ....MKM. vat to..,... the '1'. C. WHITE. O., P. A. WILMINGTON: : N. C, rV. J. CRAIG, P. T. MJ

'4 but these events. barlnif been propbe 11._.and finally euro: '.- "_ mttfs eo ssra.ed to sure ...... and iffonnd mach.

sled by 'aa almanac1' make more or 4.1t I....."' such.uaatttissr to.rS"es tile Willi.
,1' .... credence gleeu to the probe We carry, the, largest and r BENEDICTAU ., Dleal ales,., the be .. 1.hebu.iIdiac.

I biliaia*. most varied stockof oirf line t, prepared car*folly"aeloatlflcallT, and .booth. ,lest or other Blaea the _,
': In the meantime Hunter' Paradise I in town. with tbs eon.dosece..of the ro.poo.lMlltyf abaa b.used a*..we- of U>o aoDlaa ut liquor John B. Stetson University!

t. beloir lauded and the belle 01 I gtn+t to svfforlas woaaaa a reaaedy that oO ryt.s.di.an T piavidod. boworar.thio ., that

1 if.- Whittler will have to look well to ber : We, carry ''none but the win aot only be bonetlelatl.bat ale banslas ordiaaaeo shall. no*bo no oonatractad aa to

4 ,U avenue of escape or certain capture I freshest'.and purest of drugs hi off acts, so matter_Jaat shay lie the ooatdltioaof apply._........a roaaonabla. amount ofaplritaonaIHaor POUH<< COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL. SCHOOLS,.
I la. Ma .
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will be her fat* the women taking ,print raaldaneo (

r Arch and the sheep ranch are now j at'all times. : nit sold at'ftjM per bottle, byReb&saa's print.Section.- b. LAND, FLORIDA, \

4 ia perfect concord. That worthy cit Your prescriptions are filled I a. Aay amrahal or dopatr maLhal. .
f 'tern it I* said, baS purchased three i polioaama who ahaO wufally Nl_ to porf.hfei ,.
hundred bead and will employ hi* by a Graduate in Pharmacy Pharmacy duty in tackles aoareli for Ho.aftartho --.'..-.- -.. '! Affiliated With University of Chicago. :

**' .t:me in taking care of them. besides five years'actual ex- I prooer affidavit.... boon ....by_ mci
Cotton .f Llaaral The standard are tbnoe of the Unlmnity of Chicago.
The emporium continue In full perience. : KISSaMMeB. FLA. creditable ponaa that they heN rood roaaoa.. eo.'. craJuat rcir.their defrm from both tuUon and Chlroco.! ens the Chlcco;sad
Mast and the Hotel de Benlah contin- balin.that..... Uqaora are ooocoaVod laapodal .oss Nisi...ratalosr .
bee to aocommodste its numerous Doesn't this mean something hmldlitg.buoth, tont Or othor pies for aatci.inlnatlan.Qollosi.or Collocaof Lsw.7. Cradnalr.of thlf. ollcffs ors admitted to practice law la Florida.

$ ,gvecU with perfect satisfaction. ? sale ...ahaO b.eaod. not__than Fifty Dollar*, cbaola.y: ... School-of Mocaaailc'Arta.Urahaaieal.' Civil Kleiatnclnoonnganal :
; McClellan' continues to furclsh his j FOR SALE CHEAPIF and ahall forf.it .... nniloil e816&D1Dft"IItb tbe necessities of life I We carry sumcient help to oleos pmrUnt. that nothinghoroia equlpmeut.C.11.. ,
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of .
la all Us branch.s. best-
t and Floyd's rental ald-de-camp I deliver.your packages within ....U bo oo coa traod as to pamalt say dew ta BhAttband and T!.....""DC. Electlvh' COG....open la other bcpartni.nu.Bxkkorplnjt. Larta faculty ss i
Joha.oDr ha thus far gives _feet : few I rater the dwelling.hoer of any p..ss without a ooaamodloa buildl....
satUfaction to those who patronize I a moments after the pur SOLD QUICK arrant.Soctfaa. prvaMratary Aco ..''.-CiraJaaU-o prepared aator U......,... Taco. rio.poacoraa4'
chase. This is not idle Mlchls-oa.Cblcaco end all Br t-rta. ..coltofvaNmal .
ty him., I II I t. AH .. -.- '. part of ordUuiooa. ,... Modal School: -t. Kindcrvarua laMnr-own "..1141.... X Mm.ty rend,
It was reported that Fteffhorn Floydwas 1 boasting, but we want your The ho el, "Tbe Inn" In conflict Wow** ....eat ta.aama ara.rapoahd teacbera Oramniw' ocbuol'' la separate !building. Tnoas achoula" mpoclaJly peepers rmblto 8rbssl

abobt to become one of our citlxens 1 A sr.esa ar.2 we know hereby a
we Mask Sc"I.10.00& pips. orfan a doioa pbnr. *.harU building, ''''.'_JlF>l
bat a* AchUs lias has rivenhim : can please. The Van Duzor corner. ...... la open.n..|nh thai Hh dar of Sopton.ber. taoroufb none of study. | ,
the ne of his store bulldltg for I A. D. 190T. W.J.SCARS..Proa Art School.-:Wow studio easily ea>ta, aindrU. ote. 'r'iii.bletD .
another year the chance will not, I 1 I The Okechobee: House. A.- ...enf.f the c-lId1 oily of baa.a faculty of 4s pro*coon a ad Instructor They hnld degree, from 'he"Val_k
Chicago
llorr.rd. Vala. r>artnoou l. ColvmbU. Tomato Wake romit. iMilarllla.. .. >f
1' r suppose take place In the jar future : : : j - The Waringcottage.. J. a. GILBEKT. .. wa. t,""'u. 6orkn ll. Cal..rltycf fllcblps. livnaiMm tad 'CI"., ['Dh..IU... TaorasfaTOTOT
The firm of Sellar & Tumblia appears I C Serb .f UioTowaof au.mApp..s lanON.In balldlD,..DCI eqoipmont; n.arl a uartvrof a. million dollar ondows ealr;
an endowed library of orrr IV, YOI.......; a boauUfnl chapel with rootly farnlahinia laelaoV; ;
to be> receiving their share opatronage. I Kissimmee The Makinson this act dar of Beptambcr.A. D.:1907.' ..
Drug Co. corner. ? Ins;.tainad Blaa. window.7 all p lnUar... ..(11" pi... Orion; a Oytnnat with eoataloto!
Ball Creek always caring : (Seal) T. M.MURPHY.May. apparatuij an oacloood Athlotie t-.Id..nlD.I..c tuck t..nnl _ru. baarball diamond SIrridlron -
Two cottages and lot of :' ,bealdvs owlmmlo.golf. rawlns/ and other .
for it* own. I Klssirnoxie one on - Pia.AN '; porw; "u.'L <
:
r 1 well I Fla.Paint worn. t.n lain. tabor terirfor Cbem. try. Pkndr. a.r.rlnl.gy .. .
At the Drawdy mansion all --- ---- several largo ..'... nod Ij cloctrle;, roes anal
I the O'Neal Addition. .um. ahop:etvctrle 61.. bollo. ; boat romont wake. c:,J
Tb Patriarch baa departed for your ORDINANCE.I.UTas. roads broad ...eD....,opaeloua campus >braboory and Ireaa; _,III. literary, ... cud atbor i
r 'shore contemplating extended tour .......DIa'el..I--; ; (; rlsUaa and not -...... .....hID.. The.It'.I.looatloaloH
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before returnlns Miss Jane went Orange trove horse wagon and. vpoa Owaofa of Public'Draro bestllni acid be.Itbful' and the sapsua are 10. -
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with him to consult ,medical a4.lce.Job .- harness. For catalogs-clew. folder"and lnfonnaU.addrcas Its rroaldsot
fi cow and bull calf. and Vasoos and PtwrUlnsFanalty for ,
e I* Improving ID health and it : FaOoro to Pay Seth Llman.BoKOidabMdbytboCimneil. -

now able to aid Charlie Starling inthe :. The orooertv of Harrv'W. Thur- of 4ho Tows ofgMilaiinoo LINCOLN ,HULLEY, Ph. D., LJtt. D., LL, D4:


,. Broadway palmetto.continues to be the favorable 5.4 ; t '. man. Apply to the owner or-J. M: 1.CttytSoetioa An porooo* owning pabtle ds,.or i' DtLAND. FLA. '!1

promenade for bollee and beaux. _.or oasasod la tfco( aorasa II l- of traa*.
r Dark sights serve somewhat aa aa impediment Willson. Jr.. Kissimmee, Fla. porllaanmi.n. or freight wtthte tho Towaforhlrobr

to nocturnal walks and Terms part remain mauMof....... wacaaa or .u.... v.
easy may on
pieyet : ..... whether dines 1t7........*..ps e-tid! brhlaorr. BUDDED TREES !

mortgage.. -: .ahall pay .. aaanal Baaaaa. tax 06

w so sills well In that quarter. Fin Dana,. parabla aa or...f_ .... 1H dale 4CBASE
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V 0., L C had the pleasure of being - - -
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October la oach yor..d a* 1'-1 M aeeso. .
b, the sruest of Mt...Jem Tumblia and his .hallhahaaod.Socttoaf. Islesworth Nurseries.

s admirable family,$anday night week ,,.,vtatetMo)of that Ordaaaaa*aha y
.
and bald not bane been better entertained

by the best ;that Florida afford W. L. VaU DUzor & Co. by bopvaMMdhraSaoW....!..... .for sot ant mere BMTO thaa thaa aaa aay lt4.Ov.ar*. . CO.. PPOPRIETOBS, J.. 'W. HOARD. '_'_, Aayyr'We :l
Ball '
*, and we departed tor our Soctioa. All Onlhiaaim Onllaaana ,
or parts ( will bare ready for nest Fall and Winter plantingtareoaral
Creek: home the next morning' well .In-"let'do., ....and the .mom stnbw.by assorunent of Oraae and Grapefruit Trees of all Iea3Ins '
: leaaed with visit. : varie
our .
rta.l.4Posed ties. Oar..... are budded on rood, healthy "
and children ( roach Lemon
Pennies Sellare wife BR OK E R SREAL. and .
la opoa)iooolna thja!at'day af October Sour Orange roots guaranteed ties fromlueec&a.-se .
were among t.be1101'1 and that sen>- t. of .DIIdad.t
191r. W. J.SEARS.Attoat All budded from
--- bearing: trees la oar groves and therefore
aeman. himself came In at a late hour true to _.
J : Praaidoataf CaaaeO.J. name. Our facllltie for
w wttb refreshing draught from, thecprlok crowing nursery atook are aeoond to
i s and Paper ESTATE .R.CILBEBT. CUrk: (SoaR none and our tree are aa one aa money and twent.
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than year's
that flow in other dry DAT.
Appro* thai 1IdI.day.,0eI0I>er. A.D. I_. lenoe can produce. We are tnahtor a specialty UU ieaaon
) of the
counties. '
,- ,. ,MlT..IlUUBT.V;; famous California Valencia '
yHa.e.f Late
:ANDINSURANCE which U destined r
Some of our Whittier young men Improve and bouse.: tobeoon.. the
.. project your riiiilniiii. > *
thoTowaof Oty.
greatest mooeT-maker ID Florida.
Our i
Valencia
are doing well In otherquarter*. I will be pleased to.bring my 1607 . buds 00tD8 direct -
t { .Ssb Fettle report that be has steady ample book to your house and ducing from the the best best Valenclaa bearing tree la tb* district now.famous for pro- ,s

employment at 92 per day and finding make any suggestions in the latest Notice of Application for Tax In California,

a family who were leaving homes decoration that you may desire Deed Given W rite for Prices. to J. W. HOARD : 1
in 'AccordanceWith Gotha. Fla-
or call and Nur''
WE DON see
+ for an. extended 'tour received permission Drop me a card and. I will cheerfully DR. LESLIE W our
to occupy their house .dorian; furnish estimate on paper Sections 574 anH 575 .of series .at Waco. on. Florida Midland R. R. -'*

the absence of tbe family and the ties and painting- ? :' t,' 1''s ; : the General Statutes of the .
,0( a splendid set of furniture.and fouror I' 3pecialist--Ee, Ear
five On*milk cows. State of Florida. """ ""

; I. We only miss the absent one*' to IEO 1E A.. BAORLANOO. E Nose and ,Thr at.-... lCotloe,.* "e..by. given" that Jamas Randall i '
thought, the turneriesI decrease being C. A..CARSOlf,Proaldaat.
,- 1 ddeslb.'Mu laxday rtlAeala Ho.' dal ,K._C.:aRYAIS. .Ssefegq '
lop
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eomparatlvelr light. of Julv. A. D. has ,
At Bull Creek all less tt should be. FUOniDA. American. mod aala eortlBcale. lo my offlca. sad has mad. $ T ; .E ,
application for tax deed to lawn la aeoordaaaa :
'The Savage Institute'ha*, an oocaional Private Hosoital National with law. I N
,.* drawback but like all otherrrsat Bald _rUt!_ ewbese.'tbefoltwtsgd.ecrlbedproperty ..
tD.L1tUIJODI..1Il sometime fall Bank. Buildin ,-J"ampa, iltualcd In Oaeoola county 11
Waters &
l1ortd. 5.-wilt Carson
Grocery :Co.
t;to background! NUBIAN'TEA Florida. Lola "ft.Sand 10 of ghamnakan's Mob Div of .
The postofflce at Lanier, It Is sup I Block Bland U Sobers .....' ad.<1IUoa to Kke .

' ,posedwill soon change master: . ,1.Cl'y. I Nfb.laM .. sad Botall Dealer ) '
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I '-N. n..Jd laq/1 being u.n.ed I.t the' date o', i r :
t- .
baa Mr.Kubancs .
-department appointed
t The the iconaneo ooiiBcb oertiacoU la tbs Dam nl
e' postmaster and it will soon arTiell B.Smith.
,be.moved to his lIlo.... Th riders on CDI.I. laid ecrtlBcata. hall Ucrodocmoil mr. GROCE'RI.' ESi"
W. L. W INN Cording law tax deed .
? tbaroon 01 i
;this rout change almost 'as often a* I the IHh !day of October. ll1.'it::
; Witness my official .Ixnatur. sad seal this .
oat-t Keeps "ayEOia. AND Suave nOw> (tsutl the lath <1ay, of Beptombor. A, i irADRTY

D. 1907 A.ENTS FOR
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/errylnir ha been changed from three E. L. LESLEY.Clerk ,
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'times per week to two trip, and tbs Yell W8H. ......-.iwr. as a-.o. < OIoceoI.OooDt"Clrenlt, Florida.Court. '
rout will be. five mile shorter after nw.w By Arthur K.I/oaeBtn. D. C. -< Tr 'A Y Celebrated I CKATE8
Mr. Embanks take charge.A Fertilizers '
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a *ill and Annie Fertlo were visitors Dtt. .r*. w. SIMPSON - aRA lN ,
{ Notice for Settlement and Final ; E'
,atone' BaVag. laatltute on' Sunday, .
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leaving, Ia considerable of a rain. It .1 Isaa V DENTIST. 'I I Circulars sad .rl_. .! '
Discharge. .nrsilaliod .. .. _...
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Tbe weather has been most suitable 1 Office /'" <:i

for gardening during this monthnosevere UealReimdyfer over, Oaceola Pharoiacj.! NoUeo hi "hereby..... to all whom It trey,t aDo > I .,,\

rain but gentle .bo...... It OFFICE\ Hocit&i'' I 9.. m. 12 m. corn that six monUo from this date I win phe..t 4.

} bas been rather warm for experiment- I IS3O .to ton p. m. ny accounts and_INn to tbs Coaatr fads of HIDES .

________ C tag in clover"*eedt but we bare the r ,Telephone]:Vo..76 Ju 5. InREVIVO tho County Ooeoota and Stata of riortda-at his PTJiRS: ,, WQQl. ,. ...;1
crimson and California Bur and propose IyuRIA offieolalUaatmniooCllarforoKaB>.laBUo ad aN '

to glve< them rnv fair trial Jf pro,(and ask for a moat dlacharro.'......... '
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aeoessful it'.will be a wonderful.improvement .1IIORSLl,3 tntorof the 5st.t.of Thomas 8..... .-....... Ooitizltr ,3Frp
:y on our* old field !grass for firm..ice. .,_ ;JW'. vn. ...' .
ba,.,' The com':crop baa not turned U. RCSTOBCCVimiTI AdnriaMtator.o ..

out aa well as was expected. but lane September f. 1 07. Pa t:
t3 quantities of bar ba..ea gathered "Made

Fd 1>>very essoy'of oar people, this be- a ouoi.osaasame I_sfl.IUlall.(. a. .,; ... .
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'b R'ths mate, chance for winter, a.n.y aasn jffcjaV atk at ;
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ti little fodder ha* been 'pulled t f" 4 ,q .
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.The railroad be appears to been* = .WIIII"'j. M. ''TILLER: ; SQ'E; LA f F
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x. G tirely 01(, die wing.- Phosphate buN .

N, k1 been found la smell qaantitle 'and hest 11II'. -.&. JfIt Real Estate AtcBcy. < : '
our opinion /* that the future ha ...'..-...n..airtmso T < fJ'
treat think in tore for out_D" ....... ..kl7. .days. Ii. act.i .
A < mW.r.ersee c.an. ........ :PHA.'RlVIACV': N
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Live aad ..1"' U onr' motto and like .aca m 1 vtIM$Ia -YO..E t 'hir kw. _......... .. =
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oar peaaooratie rooeer* will crowover :.1::slv.w.. i; l'j.leki7-:, w.r hr i Realty bought and'sold.. _: '' : . .
= ,, what we have In atght and lookforwarcl l/.rye..a.., has . ..'
w ,.. Houses ,
w---smkee .Ilauty) ... rented.: :; .
f,< to the future for better time*. twal'wre, r.w _
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2i Mad a* the best tune baa com* to close ..Dl..e..d. -.sea.egad:N _If......._ Taxes paid and Titles Vet':". THE ,.-. Don't.. forget .us when In

this, article. ,; will-. asl:good-bye' and :'Ii Ia good'ter tbi UverRfd.ey; .,,1'k..r: '.... wt&Ie .... es fOl' j Ified for non-residente., ,
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I "" $pDPark: r"l. )after...... ..... .v g.! !.1 ekm. ...4'. .po''; ; Indemnity So n d" '.: '

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