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 18, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00303
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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..(OCTOBER) TERM Of r jorlty- ''of'.one' vote; for. the 'wett. the CURRENT' GOSSIP State life Insurance as a .panacea (for'r cOMMtsslONBts''I Ohewa. ssSIjr i sadsn.k-that }

1 result now stands three. majority for the, 111 of Insufficient, revenue His w.,." I I.' .
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the prohibition,.side. It thought'' : presentation of the subject is convincing o.D ONl.TBw. "
THE COUNTY. COURT., that this will end the controversy,, although ; to a degree Tbe 'money that IsfiolnfljCnit ''PROCfflMNGS., With his report the supervisorssnted pi.. '

it may 'be carrted"to'' a highercourt. of tbe,State for life Insurance his.'payroll ae followei;

.-Orlando Reporter-Htarj: ;Oct.114. '. is to foreign companion,, If'retained Read SdeM :l M'tn.ded ftj.. I _..s. ,. '
State Awarded
A Number of Cases Disposed of Printing Again Ml
in the State a'
and paid to the State, j G at e..tsU .... (-.4.t.-:44.s' :

; .and Others Continued to, Next Helping Ute ,Blind to Sec._ to the Capital..PubiishingCompany. would |'D his opinion'relieve, the.pres Begin Work' On .Lou..houn, ota.) 'TI..1e eysa...." ,....11'.. ...."''. (.
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A the, New Idea Woman's'. sure of taxation and\ give the policy J.Y.BaqeaAatNN.9l.ryq.ed.: x s0
roet.lw.9tdy.eseltt.rrR er.i. ,1W
,Term. Msgaslne for November gives an account holders double the amount
['Th. .f OOUDL, court convened latt; of the great progress 'whicb"has TallahasseeOct.'. ,14.-Governor tection. He hat given the subject Kltslmmee Fla., Oct.. .7, 1007. t.47Laths..e)4dy.ath.eM. .. .. .'.h !!j:. 0o .

,:M9Dda, promptly at 10 o'clock, a. n. been made recently In the work which Broward has returned from the' Lakesto careful study and.has obtained his Inform The Board of County Comtniaslon- 4r N0.ay, Y,

.Judge. W. R. Johnson on the bench, Is being done for the blind. In :the the Gulf Inland Waterways convention. Ion from competent, actuaries. ers met at 10 a, m. on the above date. G W Aa11a,..dqea&a. o:.. . ",,H ."' 'I '155
and Prosecuting Attorney J. L. Moon, past the blind'"bays been consideredmerely i : One of the first'meetings attended There are other sources of revenue there being present Walter Bass, Sr., taud.'Jt.u. 4dar..t$1.5O.. ..,........,.)....... 1.01'.J
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that could' be ; .BaII.aIp.IO; : . 14 I.r ..
produced without ,
Sheriff J. M. Walker: and Deputy objects of pity Now this was that ot the Board of State resource chairman; J, B Bronson, W. R. Godwin Law. .a-Iw..t .J .. ':a N, L3
Clerk A.;K. .Donegal) )ga attendance. attitude has changed! More and Instltulions, which passed upon' the ,to s a additional. ttx leyy by and 'J. BV Walker.;; commissioners 8a..rtSow.rtl; .,,...;,+''i 01'

The docket was sounded, after which more every year the blind are becoming contract for the State printing for the .levying a license the flab and ;; 1". A, Vans Agnew county attorney G1/.1..Mrele..1. ..' :" //OA .f.I"......... ::8N vsans.o

E the court got down to work '..nd- dlt- self-supporting. Educators next two years. 'The contract with tue) oystertnduetrles' and lumber inspection. and Arthur. El: Donegsn deputy .. !so.1. ".

'' posed of the following cases: have proved that they may read and Capital Publishing Company,.of which The latter. Is possibly untried, clerk.. JIeIo Lwr: ,brides ...'''n'', .:'j..'. N'ldn..8I '
-tna.w... Joe Warren and Queen write and enjoy 'all the' intellectual Claude X/Enffle: Is president. was Renewed but In other states theBsh Ddo.terlo Reports of 'various county officers ..y brtd.. r ,,7" ...j'I\i\ '',1110'' ,",

Hess, vagrancy failed to appear, and pursuits that are thereby opened up. with the exception of.the printing dustries_ yield handsome reveniie. to were examined and approved.. *." 1N.faioy'._0. .., .... t .
bonds of $60 each itreated. and still more recently have the economic ,which comprises ...pcni.of the tbe State and no state has more coastline The poll tai: stubs were compared, WIW..q,4ear.atllJO..Ir.N.V.,y.. .05
Geo.O- ...... .. ....
than Florida lat..lA.h.t 10 0A'warrant'was'drawn
State ''W'.. Annie Lester, charged pursuits, one after another Supreme court. This class of work I or greater inland with tax collector's report, and found \ .p ,-

with petty! l.ree.lalled to. appear. and opened their door to the blind. Sewing was awarded to the' Painter Companyof.Det.and. hkherlet. These commercial pursuits correct .........i..;...,. ,.;.....,;;.... "' .

9100 bond estreated.. I ISt.aLe typewriting massaging and are'at present. productive of no (incomewhatever I Mrs. Marlah .B. Gilbert submitted : for> fwtt
to the State. The Fish. amount 111-,favor ,Geo. Overstreet, a.:.
of Florida vs. George Daviesad piano-tuning/ are among }be occupations The State printing Is a bone of con herreport'as ooutty 'tre.urer.1141 -
Itebble Tanner, selling liquor IDa in which the sightless may excel siderable political- contention as is commissioner, ;john Y. Detwller, who filed with same a'' receipt from N, B. pervisor.The.' ;.1. ;i

dry county broke f Jail, alias. caplasIssued. and every oPPort.uD1L1101' their pleasure very,well known!: -by those,whose business has served the state faithfully for Larson, cashier showing the following. : following additional; pai'_'. l
and developement (is DOW
8liaLe.n. John Edward Cure, chanted them. The photographs which ac- the last session of the Legislature a present during the last session, of the ....._ r...i........ ...; .-..,.......... 11I'1' of O, W. Walker' Lori,':feCamosot "
Legislature and did his /utmost 'to ... .. ...... .. ... ;; ,
with vagrancy; also broke Jail andescaped. company the article are unusually bill was pasted which provided for the r. and rorMtara i:. ...i. 906 U
some sort'of . .. ........ .......... H.ek WW..I".
Interesting, showing do the of the the bat. legislation passed School ... ... .. HtUBo dye as {l..D.l." la IKr
9I -f. they parcelling out grlntlnjf. over toward this end, bet the best he could .4.. .. ..'......?,r... ............. 3I1 M ChaM.O..ew44dm.t1U0.ny. ,;OMwTAre.Id .
State r.::E.; N. White charged with blind children and grown people at State, the bill making it; possible' for do Bp. tal' .n......,(...a.. .......... .. 11. lit OON.''''a&11,,'....... .. ....,t..4i'.;. ",
selling liquor in a-dry'' county, plelad work and at play .' anybody with a handful of hype and a was to obtain protection for the Sub-SchoolDtatHotI{ ..t..u....._....... let M .... : .-A..,(,.t... ,..."]...w01' .
guilty and was fined 2fiO, and coiU; printing press to bid on the State loggerhead turtle and other denlsens Sub- School DMriot H.. S.. ...:....... .. MSukSehaol r I:00UIer."'daw.."?......... .._....... .. 5m
In the jail.'Iq1 A RUNNYMEDC ROMANCE. and making such bidders of the deep during: certain seasons DtatHot No. t.. ...... .. ... US M O WW.llMr,8H
or.'State four months of Florida TS. Lewis count Wllllamtt' printing petant., Thl bill found favor with com'the' The Legislature was hell-bent on ap: tataAtdPtmd. ... ... ..:....... .. ...... tee !50 Total ".............,.., .. .....;.,...,1-w .by

".J--It.:. .., lquo..lo a dry .county!' State l. Which Capt. Matl B ad 'III... members becauseit opened up the proprlatln<<,.but overlooked the revenueproducing T. M. Murphy treasurer. bond trus, I The bonds .of Young Tindsll'and'
TS. Hardy Johns obtaining, money by Tl'.dall Do the Rena.olsiK. I possibility of State patronage (In everycounty. : measures, in every t.eea4Ied his "report& 'and with It. deposited Robert 0. Johnston to carry firearms 6 ;

false pretense'" State TS. D. N. Floyd The following I. 'oUpped' from a Though the bill passed' by a instance- or looked so well after them recept of N. B.:.. C.'oDII were'approved., '

t' carrying concealed'weapons; and the marked copy of the '"Amateur"Sports mall majority t it was, vetoed by the that they didn't pass. The same fate bowing balance on hand of TOO. i The following pension 'applioatfeniwere

State:n. Emmett Hardee carrying man" received at this office, and will\ Governor. overtook the. franchise tax bill, which Paid and cancelled warrants on road presented to board and approved:' p

be specially interesting to our readersbecause would have produced at an easy figure und, 11524.61$ fine and forfeiturefund Alfred, ''
concealed weapons, were nol pressed It was during the, 'debate' over this Uen. Iverson William Sen--
of the local flavor with ,"hlcb fully 9200,000, year for the betterment 9157.26; general revenue, 9548.78 .
and the defendants discharged.State bill that Representatlre..McWllllams Harwell, Tbot.. R, Mo.eleyAb-,
of the in .... .
open .IoD.Bla'ham
were destroyed
F., Porter selling it is seasoned; treasury. ner J. Wright, James'
vi..7< sprang the sensation of the session by: A Farmer submitted. "their Allen Bandy ,
liquor In a dry county, was tried and .."We bad had a fine days sport. declsrlng that the faction of lobe[a is- -- --- ; with Matthew Underbill, Lay! .Drawdy.
acquitted. Every'one had killed a good bag and lature known as lobe administration :Mr. Beard's Platform: report convict"to hire coyer and It a Uriah B. Durranoe.The : '

.State vt. Laura Hall and Ella Copeland all were feeling fine. "A party. '01 ,good action was organized into a '.'.Before Mr'John !8!I. Beard's announcementas draft for 9102.60 same. They 25th: board's attention ''belDc"e'1W v
reported was Inspect
charged with vagrant, plead old time lolly.1 sportsmen were at Day Club" to the candidate camp on to the unfortunate .
killal) measures presented a for the United States of September by Inspector Nell.: Everything condition of JaniePadgett x
guilty .and' were 'sentenced, to *lx Runnymede; the most delightful, spotIn by the majority and to put Senate, appeared In the Pensacola O. K. No complaint or and 'B.'E. Willis; 'warrants. *
h months. on the county chain gang and Florida for the sportsman. Abundance through all measures favored by the News last week, 'as follows: gestions.Tbe sug were ordered drawn .In. favorof. . sash, ">'
sentence suspended on condition. that of game and fish, hotel l located administration. The force of' the I am a candidate for the nomination J of roads for amount of 910.
supervisor presented
leave 'town within forty eight high,overlooking a lake, a sparkling: George W. Overstreet '
they charge however fell through when the to the United States senate ila tile tit report. ,-which read'as follows : was iastraeted -

hours, .bedof'water, of over thirty' square State printing bill was passed for. It Democratio primary to be held la To the Honorable Board of ,County to purchase. twenty,pounds of Han, .
State "i. Morgan J, Bass, Smith\t miles and smaller lakes and streams was Inspired for the purpose, '1C was 1008,.*and announce the following platform Commissioners.. muda seed and plant along 'newly

; Mather Car Jackson; L.; 'J.: Jones all around it;'deer, turkey, quail and I said At the lime, tf" getting the State of principles, upon.which I ask Gentlemen: 't. graded" roads and'warrants was or

and Albert Mnold,'M11Ia. liquor In a snipe and an occasional bear la the printing away from th. Capital Punishing the suppers ofjjw Democratic 'templetFirstA I have put down all the clay we had tend drawn for amount'> nectssaty. 'to' "
continued for1 the term. forests, and the' streams and lakes President -me '
purchase :
dry county, company, beaus., the constitutional amendment band about fly which ,
oa except care
'i' .I State TS. Warren King, assault andY full .of black baas. and other 'game of the company as I editor of a limiting the franchise to the white 1[ reserved"".. Hays done The following 1.01.. we l.e'. u...Iin

.battery. .Defendant watt tried'snd; fish. After a good dinner" we,, had weekly Journal was a.strong supporter males of and 6er' twentyon.'ysars of; ([our days' repair work with the teams: detail, approved and ordered .alsl:
found guilty, and sentenced to pa" a gathered la the comfortable\ club room of the administration. age. ,w on the PIeu..,BU} 1'q". .Hayeelao, '. + fr1_**'
hoe of 950 and cacti or serve thirty to talk'of the' day's experience' and The chief sponsor for I the''' bill 'wasReprwentati i 1 "Secondwte::: vprohlbltlon of'the. done Mane repair' work hafteD'; Whit.tier'and' .----..._ ..:'."". ;.' .".*, 4rJrIsI
In Jail." other. days to coma. MeWlUlams of St. sale ._-............,a.MtM' ,*eNWO.lwlaeMMlwMuwiz
days a intoxicating liquor, and'fed St. Cloud Junction.., Havebeen
Loiter w uaCootta >
; State vs. D. Rotundo selling "There was big/ John of John's county, In which la located the .r.1prohlbltlooot'the i shipment ol I 'YeI'.11 tb4-I'Oad..1D: the, 'county I.w.a.,__...........:.. .i..t( '.O ,j

;.'"fcuor la a dry oounty, was! tried and. Odell N. J., a splendid shot and a printerof the St. Augustine- Record, Intoxicating. liquors Into a prohibition and find that the road from Whittler H L ................... +. /I .f !. sr r

" ,. ..foUDd not'ullty. food fellow, none better; Captain owned by Henry M. Flacler,the political " state.. I, to St. Cloud'Junction' Is, In'a word .A Y_.............. ... ........... .. .Nw

.,:* Stun vt. Henry Oauldln."vagrancy, Chris. Haling, a {oily old tar of Bia antagonist of the present adminittratlon. ''Third-A strict and rigidbut fair. road b...... L'N Nw
ooD any we L O..eb.5..e eaters:. .;:.....;, :M MDHth.w.
;;Wa tried and 'found guilty, and thedefendant Majesty's) navy who knew \the world If It bad dot been for the and wise, regulation and control O f I would suggest, that if we do any . ..___.........,..
.y was sentenced to pay a fine and loved Runnymede'' best; Mos.TiodaiLnever Governor's veto of the measure the the coroorate power' asserting! the work:! at present on >ov ;old :roads, . :( i"ed oa Pe'eBcfan ;
of;fifty: dollars and costs'or serve. out 'of Florida, but I Record Company would'UDdoutMcll, complete-jurisdiction of'the: federalgovernment ., -

:'sinety days In the oounty ,jail. whole u1ed an d. full .of n at ire wit; ,. hare been a bidder, but ails was the over Interstate commerce .-. < \ .....- I"'''' '
State ,.1. DavldN Clifton,' carrying Steven Harding Ward Lee and Capital Publishing Company :and the and the equally complete jurisdictionof 1 ...... :- -.. r 't "" 1

pistol without! license.- plead Igulhy others front Philadelphia and New Deland Compasy were' the only "bidders. the state over ,!the commerce with 4 .1"

and was' fined 25.00 and ;costs. , or York a younger set full of toys of the In'its border h.J I.TIIJPIJ .
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thirty days* sport. Mating and. Tindtll 'pairedthat The rumors of an extra session, of Fourth-The, preservation of the : .; .

r .State y,': J.C, Ban, selling, liquor day for deer. We all agreed 'the the Legislature are persistent and It Is states and' of theirgovernments'/ in All. ,Kinds( ; .of, Frames x'

.In a dry county; was taken up 'Tues reason forjthla was they never agreed. now said thai the session will be called all of their! reserved rights and powers, : .. I I ..
t r day mommy, but the absence They brought In 'a fin* fourprongbuck for the latter part of the month.- -TheGovernor and the support of the federal government .FUNERAL DIRECTOR I : made to Order,, M", .

'otinaterlal witness for the defense. and both had a'different' reason remalna noncommittal, butt In Its whole .delegated oonstitutlonal LICENSED EMBALMER. -- .. I

1 ,.daN was ....',ur-' "'Ial.11e1'. Monday', for not bringing 'In two; and each t I.understood that be is interview' vigor., 4, :Prompt attention ' '.' '
Oct. 21st.. positive his reason was correct."I JOHN S., 'B \1tD. .
ing members of the Legislature on the sent 'mall .
The following jurors j were'drawn 'to ssy/old chap;" says .Malinfl to subject* and according to report thereIs I Also :Nice Line of Ladies' ,and I by ortelegraph.

serye next week: O. It. Bus, A< 'F.'Bass Tlndall,."I' have the most 'wonderfulrifle very likley to be V session :The Per '' 5.)..+ .' ) aResidence'

Jao. W(,.Tracy Ul. E. Durham In the world, .Kngllsh!: make., you reasons for tbe session are apparent Nine'room two '.tor,' 'cottage, and Gents Burial Robe .- 'l' '

y B. E. Brown, C. A. Lanier, J. B.UbderJ1Ul. know, and all that, really 'no end to In 'thet Insufficiency of the funds pro two lots, with fifteen bearing orangetreea. J '' West .Side. 'of''

,j' .,Rull Bass. \ O. D. Davis its range; kills game clear beyond the Tided to meet'the appropriations..,' In first-class repair Price PHONE 78. -. Court. House. Square., ,,. cj

W,.E. Raulerson, J,. S"T04d.-W.- ,F. range., of any ,rifle I ever' sawyou' The appropriations could be.Indefi 91,350... J. M. .JVlLJjipw, JR. f_I Jdc : :......:- _...;..Is'.A.tctaVuAuitoA; .elk'... > .

Walker.. know.' Last year, t was '''In Africa. nitely held UP by the Board of,, ,State __ ,m ,__ ___ .. _______.__ . __ _"__on ., .",
E Court then'adjourned to' meet again On a Tuesday morning I was treading S '
next Monday, Oct. 21st. the dry bottom of 'the deepest' canyon Institutions'and this action has been OYG9G9tl060Rj : :::
__ taken so far, so that none of the appropriations .
on,the continent, 1 had this,rifle, with r _
Letter to ArKI9SIMNEB, wiry.f saTe'ooe or two ,small 'ones :
me. Looking up",the mountain side
f FLA far to the. right. nearly out. of light, I have been paid. The Comptroller\ "

Dear Btr_ :' Such experiences as this I saw the bead and shoulders of a served notice on the governor that the From ) ,.
I bills. for the mansion furniture would
buck' 1 rested the ride over the edgeof
all the
are occurring oyer country, Imported Japan
not be pald, but Inasmuch as ,the,notice
r fudge' I. D. Fairchild owns two a rock and shot; the buck sprangintoUfo the furniture
until after
was not given
: j
;, houses, exactly alike In Lufkln,Texas.: air and fell back'out of Ilrb&. was purchased that matter was

p ; 3"u.; Torrenoe painted both houses; Tbhpo..t had hardly ceased echoing adjusted. present'status' I. that .

b one, Deyoe ,15| gallons; the other when spied another faraway up ,the held .. _ tt ,
all appropriations up4'withno ,
with another paint .0Id', "'me'prlce; mountain side to the left.., :As before, v ,
I and took ''careful aim. the immediate prospect of-being paid, '
=gallons. That 20 gallon paint Is rested 1 '
4 andthia II a'matter that will of necessity We have' 'Just received a fine' assortitient'of
but with ,
,weak and 15 per.cent whiting; that's distance being enormous second ae be determined by, the Legislature.It ,
it-took 91} gallons more.: the first one the deer sprang ,
does necessarily than. itwill
''YOU'C.D learn'for nothing what' be Into the air slid fell back out of tight. not'mean ,,
1 m. when'I tell be necessary' for the body to makean : JAPANESE GOODSof :
truly Would you believe you
bad to p..for.'Your.,
additional tax levy, but It will be ,
'so" far
F.'W.'Daydra: &Cot on my honor, they were from '
; S5. me and so far; 'from each other the necessary for tbe Legislature: act r,;z' all descriptions suitable for Birthday. and '
I spoiled fo""l could before .D.oUb. special funds could : .
v i in meat actually ,
Vote.C avlssa .orange '
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'ret to them." be diverted for the purpose of paying( Wedding Presents.
1 i The ;Countv Commlsslonera met "Mesa reached for the decanter,.The the,, appropriations.( Several, of the .,

thla morning to.finish oanva..log'the. rest of us moved away back.1 After, s> funds In the State Treasury and' pay* .,. 'MMWMMMWMMMMMWM. *|MMWWMMMIWMMMMMBMW MMA MMMMM 'III' u''ti" i
\. 'vote,,of }pie wet and dry election. ,At- 'whiskey Mote able have snug balances that could be :Screeus' Curt.litii- <
( goodJong. .straight Our selectioti ,'cOnsists of BambooPortions ,. ;,
/torneya forthe wets asked than the his diverted with the groper: authority' to '

9; Ii.", Votes be counted upon three 'motions, got courage."Ssj' sCaptaln, your gun aloV_,. the settlement of the ,obligations '.1.,. Cushions Pillows, Lanterns, .Parasols.C'Wfckerwork..l1dIUIIteI''": . .

.(- ,vl,I.:, That the returns. should be compared marker to' .my Winchester Po 'you led by the Legislature yet' there' Is- 'a Otis feud costly, assortment of 'useful and. .ornamental, 'China| ;:and' ''
with ballots, that.returns should popularoutcry against any such diversion. .. .
know when I'm going Into''strange .. Br14ra-brac. ,. .
'be"compared with the registration list take of the our 'Line of Floor '..
woods the polGta oom- We' would call attention to Complete CevEif" ,
and that Plneoastle should be incorporated pus, aim leyel with my shoulder and i "Tb convict lease money, for exam 'Art SquareSt.ct' allat
of Mattings.Rugs ; ,
, i >> In the face of returns.;, When fire. 'I have followed the biaseson ple' which yields a revenue to the State tugs, consisting Carpets :
', mottos the of 900,000 a quarter,could be need but 'reasonable prices." -t '
asked' ,for the reason of the" pines for. tbre.days, on 110...- t t
attorneys stated that they believed. 1 Itr back,'. and la making long< shots at tf that were done It ,would" be necessary '. '' : "'
Would change the face of the returns' fresh meat..,'.ach.'.. you toll :about. 'I for the'oouMte..mong' which the 9M-E, ,AND r

; ....7..act. no claim of fraud 01''any always salt my lead.M fund;,to' dlsf4ibuted'to. Increase. the yyr
1 ':kind.'. Upon advice. of Attorney Beggs CAFTA3NT,Bg.L.rr .. woos,fate of taxationSo! ,;after all. . ' ' : ,.r}
b us1sstonersdealed the motion.V it I.lust about as .broac '..long and <; : : f; :
.ftp. Coi Sale.: wu. B.. MAIINON: : : QQ. ,
-. direct tax levy .11U.-belar" .
preoioot of Plneoastle was thrown ', I as : unwelcome ..1
; Small. or.are gran, two 'dweillog. / would perhaps be : rj. :
.. M was also Lake Mary beauty '' ;equtt* '"' '! '
.' J properly kt.*.. Muses; fifty aoreecf able ?a.solution, 'of. the problem M 4f' ; ..... 'A' ,} .
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S. W .... Iota,..A. yk.Uar7'was''a.oM :'' land.,;near'railroad' station.'t'Prlee could be found.;,; / -* .. .. _' . 00 Jo( '''c '" '.

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.illtII" M4.lUI.MJitJi.ll.Ji Jjj.1JI .!JJJJJ.M. .' the time mentioned by Oolooel Wright (GAME I OF:HOODWINK ,
.. i III< his telegram, for the arrival I of himself : -
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+ and WInyard Mlstley at Victoria ns
.' v','." : 1::', Station, V: .? ; 'A.s2 i c ihroa" .a tq_ F
'" ,ae r I" Yes; Thnridsy moruing'it halfpastKpven. -
,;+. k 1 I1 \. I ,YVIU-JK come.with,. us to meet 'BeingvPfaverJ' Upon, People 1gcrous s
t' P

d'I '. py........." .j!:': bllu'. Lowe shook his bead .lowJ1'/d! ;with, of South.: By Oil Trust. u aonU need 10

murir deliberation; 1
? bf tlie.i... YOUNG. lIe"ry..... : ', ;'IIe will" find Lena changed said tie a sock around r

"' Lone, knowing flint ba. was.broaching MANY CONc'E'RNSBOGUS
; neck cure it.
a plenslng subject .
iS M'STLEY d Jt..; I your
'"yen he will .find 'her grown, She Is ,
t ecretSeruka ferrllnCl"_ : 'l ;
Iml.T now.MidqMlte-MHilte
young( -
While Mssqu.rading'i..
., \. .. 'Quite nlilff to lake rare of herself? "ladependint"! BAtC RtS'., \
,1J J ee r urtsrifpolPd f.oivei Mrs Wright turned Certain, Companies Are, Disclosed '

.,h r, :e .. rw.1i nuwo's were, as Being Part and Par- '

pt-nve: but it ere wits/ about the lines of oil of Parent OctoPIla. LOW : l
his r"8 faint unpcettlon of a smile I
if, J h J $ J j r; 'mi1'' ;;,"ff Tlint wni 1b> belt lie could do In the o' LI'NRMENT', : ;;c.1b A
tray of ninilec.) by; the long Hamiitou O. { t vice president -- ""' 1r-.uJ''j;
overtheru "' '
.. CIIArTKIt I. I her eyes, mid llienrblte Id! *! closed while nnmtnolip Hint hid his Up-, rxTutTMBjfTirliTt h f T g'solt C'rdcr:
A faint piuk tinge appeared cu "\'f' I ' said Mrs. I of the Standard. Oil company 'ot Kentucky : ? .
; Cousptrators.MOXSIKDi : ''. hope '0. Wright 'SSaSfflSsa'> \., ).sS: ptornQt;
'9, : JACOHI-tbe Bar. ell h... '111,1;. Tlouvly' SliP know that her daughter ; tostlfted Monday .In thy bearing ( : notra,' ; : :: t1Qtty.

Xnutllle,"'' ""1! my Information from Mr. vent fnlr.; and also that It Is the ,falrpllt at New-Tork of the federal suit CRUISES. i'
willi Cli.rteKlMIi'ttry.\ si e said lu aa ludlfTerei.t who rind the oddest lives here./. Hbn. nuruMATrsM.cerrsSPRAINS' \ ,
; ur Jacob! bowed 'on'fomblne'
q t" .( against the that In HOV- rvU'"RES snFn' JOINI'S.fJURN
Q.I) GOR12S. .
: voice.lirothpr
/ 1
c< urtpry-tiie Uaronex4e kn;,," tbo tliousniid temptations that WOlf1': <
y. ), grate .
9' ,, ,_ :Nautlll! ,., Inrllned "bar .beml.. wltltniiriUlog of the Ml tlryrl licsot the path, of a beautiful woman, oral' of the southern states the Standard ANT) At.. PAINS.

her eyes: and the Introdnelloi. 11l'olbpr'or'lbe )Mlte.T.Vlio ." the 1 lion n nil little slips so easily made;, hadfound t I It expedient! to, eell ."-

'' : .,1; was roiiutletej Tile Introducer,_ Mr*. "i\ Is lullv( estiei-t'd: In ICneluud.: i the thnunnnil band, over: rend, to push ,much of. ltsi products: through companies GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.T .-' -

1Li? 1Vrlgbt turued away with a little sigh .with lily :-lilef, ColouelVrixbtV;, lie RininMpr down the bill/ But her which ths Imbue| .belloveil to be p. sites' : havo need :n'LTltJl'a'Ellw"L1JUitl
( 'Ui&r r
; 'The bowed her bend In IKfqiilp *I EnnaProt'o( .
.f relief: lo routlnue/ her duties, of lios t droiiess falls'\ In Lena was very great. Independent. 72etirp 1l'.1) h-ncl.o, l.nd Sora Throat, rty
and Imron- penec. Her red lips wc-'ro pre\ ed While these!< two old travelers .. ,1I? :; for Neurnllta' ) 1:
Monsieur ,Jaeobl l the were Mr. (
r teas KelloKK,.counsel for the govern. "'<:'
f' I ess bsdnever been lo her liouno before. close together her eolorlpus, eyebrows worrying themselves over the rough-, ment, drew front the witness that the n"whicheii l1itlaa' 1Jc'111 IJUIa".lilt.r.! tI J( l'II.' f. tyro""lrI( halo uv t U554 tea c fi

i and 'Ilia .nstuttt! little Engllslivoum( flllghtly; rlll teed. Monsieur' Jaeobl pridedhluiselfupm bona of the mild they bad long since Standard 011 company' Kentucky 1 .L1 o suaad (.. : 1.t."u'111I: ; :.., 4..>tc." '
3. was not prepossessed; In favor of the< | / 111* dcn Jseernmcnt In left behind., Ibo object.of their solicitous TOo: AND 51.COBaiiard
? foreign lady. Monneur Jneobl.?, of mntlprs connected With Iliefenmle thoughts made( her appearance at which nets'as celling, agent of oil In PRICE 25C; ,- .,..,...._...., na
ra purse, was IrreproHcliable. vEvry one I benrt aiuPnilnd. lie therefore cuangcdtlie ) the end of the corridor: dainty Vision Kentucky, Oeorgla I {Mississippi, LoullJo: ----;----- -

t '' uinslclan / ubjct soincwlint abruptly. of soft while Jana."'el1fl$IISl'O aD 'Afabamll. had ,,
knew the name of tbtt uow muslin with a broad yellow purchased Liniment .Co.
whose violin bad insinuated'liltn' lni<. : '"Vou did not expert; : to meet me here unfit round a slender waist. I.ennwns numerous ,email Independent Sno\y

1, every ('lnl.ln.ondoll. where tlio Himilrts to-nlplit; ho. said with exaggerated! attended! by a huge cavalier'.of selling companies 'and through many C0*>-;;I12 Ncrla Second '::;tlL"d,;

came under unprofitable dIICIIII' coolness. ppncpfu) but distinguished nppcnnmce.As of then sold( oil to the cousmuer. ,
: lou.i, w "Ho.:' Her voice' was totally, without. she came lightly along the corridor Mr. Wootcott threw a'sido'fgbt on '., ST. LOUIS MJSGQURI.\ : h

Rd' t The Introduction look place In the expression. she wan buully engaged: putting back1over1 the business, tbe Standard .. !,.: ..,:- .> t--r' .it:::
f:,' eaipCer.. drawing root which was almost "I aOl hero on business. her ear miiulty, little stray wisps department.of ;
deserted at tbe moment. Indeed, "Indcedr: and tendrils of Imif. These particular coiiC3rnlnp;_which the federal counsel RCJ V-I-mended by t..
't6 there'wu" only one otber person pres "And you?. IruuilreJ Jaeobl, loam, little curl were almost golden while has beau seeking l Information since: Sold end :< ; '

4 y' ant This wee a man with hair and. pnlly. above them the heavier coils darkenedinto the IwRlimluK of the Inquiry. For Sale at ROBER ON'S [DRUG STORE M

.* iroluted beard, mustache and overhang The Efti-oncBS looked np with slightly living brown. She was smiling Mr. 'Westcott testified that each -.___ -' -- --- .. ._ --'
.' log eyebrows, a* white as snow. The raised! eyebrows. and breathless and Just a little flushed. month the main office of the Standard

+ 't head was that of an old man'-such a* That Is mr nffalr." Itfcna'a f''I'II''' were In striking contrast Oil company of Kentucky at Coving- KISSIMMEE isEiVIt
.Y -i t. one pictures the ancient patriarchs to Jaeobl smiled again, will( ft slnguarly to her hair and fair complexion for
U i.'e- body curl of tbe ton sent to him not only' tb? reports
been but the 'u'ltralgbt unpleasant lip. they were Imtel-n dark, deep
and ,the movements, without bolus: "Yet.' Baroness," he said. "I i am hereon full of ready laughter; capable\ of of the! bustnesa operations of the '
"" lithe, were far from denting lndrmlty.l business connected with the I brotherhood sparkling "with unbounded mischief Standard but statements concerning POt7TE.I

; This was Laurance [..oWt-'L' :' noseless and I call upoii you to,assist but In repose'they were as demure and freight shipments and sale of oil by

r'+ atone whose rollings day were done. me." lIIC'gllllal those of a:'nun. At the all competitors. These statement, according KOSJEADA
tt Wblll'e'r another" thai The I'aroneos looked somewhat lulleD BTEAMER LIU.IB, STEAMER ,'
a reople, one present moment they were soft and to Mr Westcott. gave the name "
b In days gone by Laursnco Low "would and remained silent. glistening with excitement and ".' sit the consignor the consignee, the Captala Clay Johnson Sr. Captain, play Johnson Jr.

fain have ceased bl* rolling "ways but "Miss Lena "'rlht." continued lien*; dangerous eyes for a man to look t of oil shipped and Infor- Regular ". ..ltl, trip to Buslnger sd return. Uoseada leave x.sNt_
r that providence bad willed It otherwise acobi, "the daughter of our amiable Into especially amid tho surrounding mat/n amoy any *ae. Tuesday morning, sad arrlvo Klsslmmee' friday evening .
+' : sending- courageous and fairly lofffpsn, I,. I have 'reason to believe of odorous flowers within sound of that might be available.' Special Charter Trip to Lake Ok.u"ub.. and Fort 'Myer oa ta* LIIU

y Intelligent jonog soldier--one Lieutenant likely, and. mare than likely to come slow dance music, for the next waltz One of the most startling of the disclosures Comfortable accommodation for pusencer. EMU reaaonable.

Wright-to .et the stone once more ID for a considerable fortune on the had begun.The made during the! day came The net picturesque Waterway In Florida

a- oing, andto gather for himself the death of- Mr. Laurence Lowe, whom big man. upon whose arm she ""helJlr.. Westcott tnUfled: that for tor passenger and )5'rttb& Rates apply to

? unS*,. Whatever mar have pube, I have seen to-nlglif for the first lime. was leaning was fanning her, with several years the company has bad a CLAY JOHNSON. 8H. Proprietor ''

tween the wblte-balred" .. man cud the She Is, I am led 'to suppose; singularly great sweeping stroke, so that the lace bureau 'set aside for tie sole purposeof On board "UHle." Klsslmme.. na
cheery little matron-still comely and amiable somewhat romantic, and withno
upon her dress fluttered In the breeze I keeping down the prices of rival
hearty-lu,, those forgotten days was more strength of mind or purpose "Oh. Charlie" she was saying "that 's- :
+ only known to themselves'and neither than Is considered desirable In concerns.The
a young
was lonely! I do not think" that I ever
Ii t referred, to It. :wondered bureau which was under the
ever .recple English lady The brotherhood as
dnuccd like that before. The music 1 "
/lrliy Mrs. Wrl.bL-J,|tpiditrouble! her you know, I I. desperately In need of seemed to stop suddenly, to die away' supervision of W. E. Hem as. was given , The Material Value of

; elf with tbl* silent old man, who con unds. You begin to>see, fair Baron- Into nothing, and then wo came to every detail of Information concerning 19Friendships'

' Jrlboted' In no way t9' the cnjerttlailicat ssTyou i j I earth. Why was It so loveJy-wuy was companies rivaling the subsidiary :' J

oS ber guest. AM-ccasldere:! ,wUL lo cjiroll liert-" oskvd tLc It so Jovelji"'The'blg concerns of the Standard 011 camany .
hllll'all.old bore. though be never, displayed Baroness In her. emotionless ,
mnnuer."You man continued fanning. lie by In tbe
[> spies employ of the J Weaknesse's
'M the least anils' to,be honored Whata Soon tI
? wish to enroll her, and for the looked down'nt her with a slow, grave ,latter corjwratlon. to Our
E; ,with tbelr, LtteotJoDuer: r yarned, fkc of her moDryr! smile such n* one expect:: << to nee on a J
; Westcott
Mr. t testified Yet How
nerer coufe&sej to fatigue'; allll,nent.' "I thluk. replied Jaeobl, cuing sadly Saxon! ; : face. that ha hail! Nothing But Friends
'partook la a general conversation, often made reports as to tho prises.
: I at the! flixir,..-I think It would beneCtthe "And why," be said. "did'W come
9 r'( It ;was to him that Mrs.; Wright ". of oil charged by rival In '
i cause down to earth again}" companies rl ' 14 ZI r By O. S.: Mardcn. '
w' turned with ber ready smile,, which, "What do' wish to do?' asked his slate, and be forwarded the iv.
you me . ,They both had seen Mrs.,Wright and ( report 1
>ow ver. hid something different In tt she abruptly, Laurence Lowe and they both knew *, to the statistical bureau of ......!" .: CST think of what It means to have ntnulastlojrjj a_. fy

;:when bsr eyes met him. "Nothing .mt1ch-to-nbtblr' wa tbe that they were within earshot but that which ..Deinas had charge. After )lr. t- --=. .way' looking out for our lntereu>icj-klnr'ro'! Uli T It I ll\u, e
fCoffeer. h. .AI4. ..Interrogatively, ; : time, saying a good word for us at every opportunity. .*V
reply "Tell me what' Mis Wright I II appeared In no way to Interfere with or Westcott l left the witness stand a' >
t '
'without moTlng--niustacli-: beard, dressed In.BO that I way recognize restrain tbelr"conversation.! They' advanced + J : porting u*; speaking for us !In our absence when wo. nood.a
official connected with the
.and offered her fcls arm., I her, I will manage to get an Introduction "slowly ''-along the corridor, government = fiend: shielding our sensitive weak spots, stopping fUn
'"Thank, Lauranc. t'' will,* replied I somehow. That will.,be enoughfor : Charles M lit ley taking one stride to Inquiry said: = "den r kfflUi*;.lies,which would Injure u*, correcting; tal>a Un*

'.{' t,: '. the little Jidy, with a irateful ..mlle..j . to-night." V i i-. "' .1. :' ,, >very! >'two of Trim's.:' '"For.,years. .welhave known of ..the e.=, "- *-I ])sslons, trying to set us, right overcoming the prejudICe. ,
.j:. l'' &vt\8f: |the last twenty year these two I " ? bureau, buthavenot, tee... created Impeawlaa. ?
;. "She" dressed fyivwhite., repliedthe ,It was perhaps no coincidence that existence of the .... by tome mistake or slip -or a first bad
., ; t (1MS4 cone through that "I'ttle r"fter'paued ",. cr- "any"'.' Baroness In the concise manner of when Lena and her partner approached ,before bean jtoj!find. ;out'anything_ V'1'; '3; we made', In aom alii,' morement. -*bo are alway- .dulag.
bnndreds-of Un .. : : ( '
; >
**s something ,
11' "; V y and one who observes everything and..for tho''two'elder folks looked up, not at about It. When it was created/ meant to give us a lift help up along! "
..,r JOlo'f1:1otller1room; : get nothing... !"Tall and aligbt. ,with her but at Charles aIlltl..,. Something ' 'a,, beginning of the-end for the : oil Vbat sorry, figures many of us would out but,for our'friend*! What i
with Mos.icur'JaeobL
*, the, Bsrones* wa' left Kkne hale'a little darker'than'Mine, rather some vague and doubting won- marred and scarred reputations most of u* would have but for the cru*> blow* A.
'liehad him companies who remained independent.
: poucewed badly 'dressed and somewhat tmttdy.I : del; mast have prompted Mrs Wrightto that June been warded off! ty our friends, the healing balm that they hat. ap '
-I. ef her encagemenf card and wa I.[ regard Mr. Westeott's'teaimpny "
self suppose the la I considered beautiful.1". do this, for < mother'looks ten as piled to the hurts of the world Many! of us would have been:very ..ncapoorer
,ew studying It. pond! In band. Every "Ton do not know ber!"' I times at her own daughter'In' ball the. roost Important, : we bave had at financially too but for the host of friend who hare seat u* customersand

i\ sores of bur body the very manner Inwbkh' "No." room for every once that her. eTt'II1't'.t; the Inquiry. clients: .and' bnslnesswho,have always turned our way everything tbvr '.,
h.'b,14 hi pendl, hi* eagerly i '
: Monsieur Jacob! now, became absorbed on some other person' offspring. Theycan It was further learned that the bu--' could
bowed bead, wereexprs-cili,: .* of the utmost , /In the rearrangement-, the no more help tt tban an artist can ,. roan' is still In existence and Is !located Oh what a. boon our friends are to our weaknesses, our tdlocyncravate and Jt and respect.The '
ly Baroness bad not jet raised her dellcate'flower.In bis.buttonhole, and resist the magnetic attraction which on the sixth floor of the Standard OU shortcomings: our failures generally! How they throw a .mantle ,of cbarMy'over ,I,

from 'the pollshM oor. Her took the opportunity of glancing keenly draws him to the contemplation of his !building at No. 26 Broadway.Mr our fault, and cover vp our defects! 1.
eye ethic< companion's face which: bow \Va there ever such capital for in business oneself as JI' Dtt't
strong white bands, beautifully shaped I own picture in a gallery full of superior hernia, however, loft'shortly before starting for
r t; ever, was motionless and devoid. of works, Bat this good lady of friends How. many people wbo are now. successful would nave giw'a tn. :
Incased in
and only open-wort
Inquiry was I
.t, expression: looked at Charles Mlstley her eye _started' and. the atrugle In some great crises. of their lives, but for the encouragement of
lay idly ucon her- lap. There was 'I have taken' the liberty now said to be In Japan. some friend, which has tided them the How barreD and :
t something In per wbols atttuCe: In the of. placing resting on his strong, clean-cut face over critical place /
r w 'reposo'other'falydsct; downcast . 101"' name against the dance about to with wistful, questioning1 expression J lean our lire would bo if.stripped of all that our friend have done for OB! .

eyes, which was forced and uOllat.'Ut.L. commence," lie said. "It la a waltz. which deemed almost t6 savor of.fore SEPARATE SCHOOLS NECESSARY. If you are starting out in a profession, and waiting; for clients or patient; ,

Hers' :was Indeed ,a bcnntlful! Shall'we' go Into the otber room?" boding. Ijiurancu Lowe gazed at the what wore profitable way IOf occupying your spare tlnie than In culti'vtrtlng.friendships l'

lace,, sculptured; on, lather a siaallcr young fellow, with those keen blue As Outcomt .of Racial Antagonism In ? If you are just starting out in business, reputation of bay
". <-.catetban; .Eo lIl1b 1ieu';
and very ('llm.wllh red; leVel'Hps nn1 The TATer" ly no expression whatever.: It wa A resolution calling for separate It bat been said that "destiny Is determined by frleDd.blJI'I.. i.

close set'eyet.t Her soft, colorless:. bnlr,, I ,When Mrs. Wright) ;' and Laurxnc merely the e .lin. Impassive contemplation school for Italians, Syrians'and Rue- 'would be Interesting and helpful Jf we could analysis the live of sac. "
almost white In Ita ciqrJslte fairuess, Lowe left'the: smaller drawing room, of an Indifferent/ ; looker-one.. Tbe 'slan-JewIsh children Hattleaburg cessful people and those who have been highly'honored by their le&dw _

k 'was arranged with extreme simplicity! they turned their steps toward.a dl youngnollor; looked 'down ,on them .In .and find out,.tbe secret of their SHCOBM.
i ,but she wora'lt parted upon 'tie side] mlnutlve"apartment, wber!!'IIOmelate) from his exceptional height and smiled Mlss" was adopted by the local l,, boardof
In accordance with a tasbtor now obsolete nrrlTols were" yet'partaklDg of r: tla'and quietly Charles llistley'asmile was. education: It will be presented ''to

In England. Shenld'.not.b.n' coffee, ,For', some minutes neither pleasant one to meet It seemed;: the city council lu an effort to'obtain Advertise in Your Home .Pa
l been more (bat 'tweu'r-flve of spoke, Laurivnce Lowe WBS' a' singe. somehow;"to tiring hm| down to a low funds for erecting separte school : er' '
<:"desplte' her ',of'.manner, er level) and smaller, plainer men felt '
age, repose Inrly silent man and Mrs. Wrightwas buildings Recent race antagonism In '
which was aJjoost that ot a matron.- by no mean an excessive talker, lerr Inferior. It was a ready, smile, 'the vicinity, especially against Italians, ;:For the Very Best :R sults..
When .Mdnsleur J..ccbl: had made They understood each other thoroughly .too, and women llke'd' It for Us sin.eerily. .
Is the cause for the resolution.. -
',i( I' 'sere that they were alone.-* expresk and both enjoyed these long spells .' ,
'*k>n of his keen face'underwent'a,retsnarkabie' ot,''silence. Tx>we,,found a- seat for "I have." he said."dnneed Lena Into. fir. n -4 '

chance; though his ,attitude Mr*. Wright in the,dimly |Khted corridor a state of sentimentality, She require FESTIVE CRACKSMEN' 'WORK. ?r'ti, V' ;,";,

; remained unaltered.' ,'' Just ootslde. the/ small coffee bringing'down' to an everyday level, / ,
'\'T wWdoT''he' asked';' In'a 'lowpitchedv'Tolce. roomend. ether' there while be went so.I brought her to her mother How to Speak'Correctly':
1 and ....Ith.n unplenssntsmllerwb Inquest of tbe''coffeei:I' Preshrtly'he '"You are very useful at all events," Safes, Blown In Two: .Georgia Towns.

4 tI ,\' Is the'Old, fossil "who, wears'an returned and,sat.down beside her. said Ur. Wright, favoring ,Mlstley and Much, LootBscure4iM1,, .. "

o 'Vyeglass ID one eye and. see*>with the "Lena.*? ..said'-Lowe.pensively: 'as bestirred with a smile. VI Am'' very grateful to Professional'' cracksmen, "who: have *, By John D. Barry.
therT"' The Barents* raised :ber calm his coffee! '*!. looking lovely' to you; Charlie," she, continued, "for, dancing r ,
r ibla., .,**,;aDd .met' Jacob. sardonic night"' J "t" with ,tliat-Baroness do Something. recently been operating In Bouthwest-+ 'IV- -b""- ,w-_ .. ,",
'.simile with a contemptuous stare.T .-, Through the curtained door. the I bare had great difficulty In finding .m' Georgia town; Monday; morning '
y I YOll&eonacl.ncemQ8t .Indeed be an cadence ofc:a slow; soft 'Walt reached partner for bar; the youngmen nowadays burglarized stores. I8otoand' 'ANY people, for example fairly 'well educated people,,; I**, ,ii'
'.vit ,one.,.Jaeobl,"' she ''said, slowly: .their,eua, rising and falling, ontbe" are so,hard to please, and I find a two c4 t \ idon't know bow to pronounce the letter that-follows g. And,
1 ,"Jon are!toreTer.suspecting the most heavyatmoaphere!' ;- .;Mis.Wrlght'was, ;: growing tf'n1eDcJ"'amon.r! them to dividethe another at Cobb, .swat' {towns near for' spelling pie name of altch' some of these jteopla t'

u ;)Innocent, and ,barmlst.o( treachery, nxlobs this evening and a little rest4es ,iprogra among1 four or five Amerlcus. Safe'were r dynamited ,And M''would biTagtoalshed to bear that the letterbad, s, maa e.' ql ,
:sad double-dealing. r *. Atbe had that morning recelred partner at the most.-, h ndred.t"- : \, 'while 'I The letter that follow ,. Is ffequentlypropouuced' M if it '
d ,Y. <"NevitnanT" rtbele...;Baroness(who. ,la that. telegram from her bu.baDc"annouDCo,'" Charles Mlstley smiled. That smileof dollar S,- cure.d;. 'were doable yce; instead of aouble-u. A fault.'orten'JN1,....,, ".
lag plc 1 arrival at Brlndlsi ou the homeward his cam.ln frequentJ't very profits- other:hundred.repre.euted: "la checks among singer and actors is the giving of a fljctlUoaa wise> at;

,: rrbat man, 'my;friend; t* one Lauuc ,i07a \ from India,and she bad l of words. and postoflce money Border*vwere scattered to the"letter Vwblch makes" ,. it sound very like the' iU' a*_

4 ,... J we-aa: Bngllsb, ndica4which pot en Urn,' for-two anxloulweary ';Yea,";<4IIc1 Lena. musingly; with all ".broadcast. liquid dOBble-1.' ,,. : .. t N'
,Jteb nothing." 'Ue bas by' this time years. abe sipped :'" 'and ,the wisdom .of her first season, "1 anj ,Bay the alphabet aloud' and when you have flnlabed, sak'yott elf If Wr7'' ,
,',' forgotten tbe existence of afraid that Is the characteristic'ef i tte;' woul4 be perfectly" "lItlllcand lntelllglbl. :to )
4i ;w completely glanced: over: ber cop toward Lanrance! the. _. T'' any one who saiga be
J ,,,, ,1 *h uld, Imagine.that;'bU Lowe. Xlla great eyebroyf were drawn rising Keneratlon '. TRIO. OF HOBOM ,-KILLED k.,. listening. Here lie the fundamental principle of all 'speaking'f every1 eteoxntof. >
) ,)wbol..artentlon and time,.re, given to I forw nl.l-o that-bis eye were In'Impenetrable And she-looked demurely Ibid'lana .-, -., .." .' ') ..very'spoken word, should 1...distinct'and Intelligible. ID'f pe&tmetbei., : :,
: management of his affairs.*:. cently up at 1.Ue1t-whOl.I 'alphabet each'lettep; ouebt: .to make a perfect '
t ,, tfce pwn ? ;.shadow.- tie looked 'very Initials ap Were' Stealing" Ride{ loX Fr labtV ra1ii escape from th.fUps.t( ) theneaker. :
-"Tou'kno'w' him.then r said'Jacob) peered Ova times her , . Do ', It make such an escape when ''
r'n, old and somewhat worn,, but,.h. tad upon eugsgementcivrd. .1 Il.Whlah I you saytt? Do you aend H SMVigorouslyr \,.
: rr "ting himself Ilgbtlyrd graceful/! )looked *. for manyyear,.' .- '..J ; "" .Was'.Wr. ked." Watch yourself as you speak, each letterand sea what Ireppen.' ) .''*

___4, ; ,}" r the Baroness. ","Yes:;aranceald 8be."lOtt17,' <1\1 4T( be C! nUnoe<<.) : TbriteAtraanp.l *btiwer.jatealingartde'were ; !( to It, IfIt atv.7 l1.tbe sense of banging About,yoor.,,llpsjor, .ltdQelt IIOt1'1 a

yepotatlon only','! ; am a little proud .( my.dangbter."' 011 ........1.... '' Inatatntly'khl4b In' a"'freight Been absolutely to separate Itself,from you,or If n.drops Into your, fIIJ'oat-.t.
l' :""'You; know ,'.>>me'; II., who'ttgoesytw \ ,He",DiadYno'I'l'p17..Dut continued to I The Mstlo assert that tb. Frentn', '. ' "" -: !' > .Mom a:. Jt Biio and will go boldly.out' Try, to think of It as being v US4e year j
.. ,wetly" ,per..ted.tbe\' vklial4 stlr-bl eoCfee1! absently., 'Presently be, Government la preparing design,< for ...-eckDear'&DIW"; >etlovfN.C', .., /aelf" as fytbingapart; ::: When you'succeed la thinking of !It. tn'bla',1lisyK"
''tl\ .Jb' bt.tedslightly- looked 'drawingtaa'derp submarines hr'attem l ; ''The aosMsM. wHdwMidp'r'A6rjitlrnedl > + you don't,care" for words, or'have never thought: '
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; . STRIKE n All .......ra. '* psjorrr HAMINO IN oc Airr.MtMT C....... Paw..... ;".f.:
A FAILURESays .......,. Wlfaoa win bar aa < .TOMB*. 4.1 "
.. ar* boaattfal flowers, _
. ,1 words ..... oa taw sew building of
.1 ti. It worn la the hair, win eeaemr t ,
n The IMwolale -
JHJlJ i" $J 4 '. : ,. the Agricultural' Department why ya ban with sticky Juice.Otan .
{ : l, Small toeibo tolen&e. alle orlcal' fgureeosameetingTh. ; beta la ,Rein.:Widely .$d.'S t'
: President" \ ; edifice t TiwyaN aa c Tbero I. [a acrowtng .dlaaostttoa ,oa so* a sinner trying to be gMft.

:; : :; -: ' f\thi:1 Tobblthy" .. the LaMa-word' *he baa the part of department atorea to look Keep, rourself, for all I care, the A*>
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. .... .... . Je .graph ra': Union Mlat.
,'" r.. .: .... .... -,. ordered cut out.,, ,Fortunately. Jt* eana after the '..Itare of their employee.

i13 ;;noentive. for. a'Yarn'M";: PrehrWave Hit.HllUbcrough.HiUsborongh : -: get at the national motto., ;lie The"quevtioa, of wag*.,' ....,*. a .He who baa been, wl** enough *.
1 Oct plosty"ot *alv* will be too wtoo
1 Ie not so corapllmenUrr to hi* clientele aoaro of Rrav. concera, i. befag'adjested -
auViber' of Lake C'ItI'altCl other ,)uat,.. following In CAUSES' to have...... aaad for tt.
: ASSERTION HOWL a* G*n. Butler was when be was runang' on tl iMata? of aooampUabntttttbat
Colnmbfs county citizen* net In Lake i the_wako of other sections of the,hate.' for' governor .of Massachusettssgalnst "- 'a..ta. caany,ef the,.tore* sales .,/CojiateiitaOTatoblaa. ] will change. law }
Itch lato .. ,
City (fee paatweek; to 'receive: the report -! Is soon to be',In the midst of a. 'wet 'Joba D. Long In,,one of his fee are fixed by tae quantity of.good* ; sja'.absas: ,
bens:so ,... lt__.
r : of th.' .'dogates that,; attendedthe and'dry}.campaign.' Prominent lead. Proposition 'That' Locals 'R.ture. 'to spe h**,,,b.. said; .' What 'his this that each clerk ;:can sell. ..and,' the 'ripe 'they' '' taelr' *.
pod wig
Mr. done that be\ platlk.Ito beuniversally adopt
Long ;
I ever '
f apiuneraeonvenuon ibe '
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; at era DerldedAsBoclaUon r
Atlanta.; I. prohibition tnovement In Work.. Is. Notifies speed
; elected governor I'never heard that ed Flleae In Boston has nearly
Mr. Uauh".. who presided explaind .' Tampa have secured eopfes the .Kicked by the bare toot of
of: a
Smalt That rl.* Ha* k* bad done anything except to translate complete .,.tem';of''what I* practically paiipsron
.In detail what (had been aooonvMllahed. county rokistratton' flats and with those Been ,,6uspendsd., VlrgU' Aeneld.. and that was of proflt-ahartng. In'.New York ,the III more hurt thaa it kicked by

a That while on the; surface, for a guide propose to,male a thorough -, DO, use to the peaaoerat of Haasa plan of paying uJ"People' the king la ftoMen aaadal aad. taora '

not DMch,hl4..JJeoD' accomplished yet canvass to. obtain signatures of A New York special The trlt- chusett. for every one of them can ceatag ,basis, la .called1'' paying them resentful., 'and hard -and sharp *dgadJewels , says: the '
the foundation, had. .been laid, and, .be the qualified voters 'to a petition, asking of'' Commercial Telegrapher which read 'the Aeneld la the .original. what they earn:for'' the store.: J Its: comfort on and'Dot. hand braise that: to tba pats give

( beltet that next year' crop of sea for an election to decide whether been pro&reu ''throughout PhUadeiphlalteoord, clerk ,1* -paid "? 1.50''a week,,and the pattedhead.

laland'eotton and maybe ha* tjhe' ... . . .. l.el1l0..xpeDM' In the department I > "
*ionic of thin. the county .ball ,be wet or" dry, for, country since the flraf of August t took > " I force nur mule to walk:, ta tt.*, is'rua
Lariat Ceuldnt Hold Bear. cent be -
be handled* direct': from' the the he'xf-.two yearn; anextraordinary turn Satnrdayntgbt.National : While looking for slrar cattle down three.per week ;:;yet h.wlgh thrte* a* meek r'L
worth of
selling $260 'good a :
iPttoesee, to the plnner; He thengdve' I r tThers 'has beenia'; )erg Quiet agltarOR I"e&Dllot'' fore 'Dl1' new-bora babe '
President Small of. the ;Telr In the Brown'.Hole country.nearSunset Now, lt'ahe"ielts aa a"erap'Clf SIO' .
the '.utt' of: isle inquiries Into <| Of..'the- subject tosmile; ,' I'could crash htai '
among tho problbt* yet wttb,,
iriessaga Creek few
I' egjraphera.Union sent a to all ,- a days o.JiI..Ji;- worth: ah* 1* :worth fl a week; ao the '
the placlnc'ot. a yarn mill'In Lake tlonlsta ot the county for some timebut : the ,cltle 'of the country asking; the Clark of 'Toponaa and a companionran 41rmcaA afford to relishes salary to ,one hand. ?

City fay the European., spinners, and It I* only,within the rest few days locals,,to vote at once the:proportion upon;a'tareo-yetr-old.. 'black, beat $8 or ".It and, CaD still reduce the i Could>We see through a man''' alai"'.,
the reply the biggest ono of theM''otleniel that'anT'debit.. steps have' been taken 'of upon strike. tn aa open piece,of ground and roped selfeg-.xpene: 'so far aa she la con. how often would1'' w* refuse' to- love
off tier ;
I : m&dj' to htm. which was: to petition for' an'election. 1C but tlae'ulm t 'wouldn't star repad. cerned. It 1. woraeo out bier>friendship.: JThe '
;When this became known to the local ,
back of .machete
; a would'c
r that. To establish'yaru, mill in the It Is generally conceded, the Urge .Several time It freed lUelf.wttUIta each .tore, but that Is the prin :
leaders In'New 'York they raised well uWwer
a aa '. the front. .It ,enough
t' cotton growing states: would:be giving foreign voting' strength tn 'Tampa, at and ttme"thargM upon elpl.-"Th. Department' Store at '
storm of protest declaring that they the.meu.; who wee: forced to put Close Range." la Everybody's. ' spent In sharpening. It. ,
"No, sir you'll'never get to do Ybor City: and Weat'TaMPa. I '' *
; UII : coupled would .continue the'fight.( tho end In spurat to,their,hones'l4Prder.toesape. ---- Locked la' Cabana* voa* doe,.set
you a cudgel| ,to 'crock ,our heads.?*| with ,,a large American ,.buiiness element spite, of thee national president. Mr,JSm.n' . :. about because the :day"Is"" fine : '
RacePIII. .
This, Mr. thought wo* evllenca opposed to prohibition will Bees Sailor, U calm tor"asotbir'
Hatchcer very telegram ,went out on the The last time the bear got the rove prar
< that thit ''thins, for the farmersto largely overbalance 'the dry Vote wires'at.the end of. a .conference/wlth- free from Its 'neck It made /for the It I* not generally known that bee that they nay '?Salt;' t* atom

do' was to put up a yarn 'anti?. | The outlying country precinct ar*, CommUklouer of Labor O'NeW., The 'Umbel' '.(\er' &I"IDc'a short chase .of are swifter in flight than pigeon-. they pray for solitude. that they a.v

Mr. Applayardthe; secretary moved however, largely In favor'of prohibition from .It* would-be-captor; and by the time that 1*.. for short distance Bom* avoid;r,oHlstoa Aad''" Ovrathat -.b.r' 1,

,that a committee of three be selected and' their vote will have to be commissioner, came on W..hlngoitoia i they had* again prepared their lariat year ago a pigeon fonder of Ham- storm MM quickly out of irala*.\.

to make, a final 'effort Induce, h a-tree In which me, Westphalia, laid a wager that a .From the. Bohemian,. !
to visit Columbus. Ga... Qultman, Ga.,. overcome by Tampa and St., Peters was up It was ;v
the Western, Union and Postal com dozen bee liberated three mile from ,.. .
and ''other 'places and inquire Into burg., kept until -lark could! rid. to a ranch
r '' Ix-1 !, '' paiiiea to arbitrate, 'at It'Aat some of house four*,mile* distant ta obtain. "their hlyei would reach h m.'Ia lest Wander of:a Watch." ,
the methods' of' procedure in organ : I I Don C. ,.Mull n.' the county attorneyfor .
he strikers' demand. rifle and kill'It.Denver Republican. time than a dosea: pigeons., Th. com Very tow lao"Barry a,watoll .. r:

Ins a company, of, 600,000, one of the. promInent When the mission failed, Commis ..,........: .....,..- I, peUt ..* were given ,wing at Rybera think of the uaceaslag labor .It. ..*..., alf to be home capital.Thl* wasunanimously leaders .In the prohibition movo-,, .village nearly' u.d.r'wbt
; sioner. ;Nelll assured re.ldent'.8.mall Fall* and Keep on Sleeping. a league from lUm- form, would-b."toaetd*
'adopted. nrent George Portland me. and the first bee reached the hive red. .shabby treatment for othertreatmeat
1 that the position of thq i companies remained Hart. Ml avenue, any, ti
-, I absolutely unchanged and that Belleville la such .'sound sleeper h. a quarter oLa minute ,la advaac* of Then are many who think
did not wake'' when he fI the first pigeon, Three other bee that 'a' watch eoxht: to"ran for'1'eaNt
/ Con.tructlon'Work
phosphate Continue. In
New mines have: been Will there was'no hope that dlr Uoo.. r
'II-j I' often .feet out the second-.tory win reached th.goal-before the second without cleaning or'" a1 drop'. ;ot tIlL;
P,.* "-rbll1id. by' Jcal'companies.'It. .. Contrary; to public'statement*, .the ':'he' inessago-that followed from Mr dow, of bill home this morning., He pigeon.. The bees'were' also slightly Read this and judge forryoprselfrff, *

ida daring the past year' and but for constructloii of'the oK.V at extcn Small read, : curled over on the gras and contln handicapped having been rolled In mala wheel In /ordinary:.Amertoasi

the difficulties of the ,labor' situation l slon of this Florida East Coast rail Prominent New Yorkers "have appealed ned anorlng. until a stone upon which lour' before starting.'for'; purpose' of watch make 'four 'reToiatloD.J* J'

the'outturn would have been"coqsldoraMr" ; 'road' has' not been'abandoned' and. there to me to call the strike off.,All he was lying began to bruise him. identification.-Reader. for twenty-four ,.hour.. or ;J, 40Ja'ayear. ; t

larger. As!It; wa. aalight InJjcrean 1 I'I 1 !, no Intention of abandoning It, eocording effort at negotiation are 'exhausted Then' he, opened his eyes, wondered Next, the center wheel twatf

was'made. for" the 'year from to ,J. R- Parrott vice' ,presl and the companies say they wllllnght: where h* was, and'''finally scramble CAR.DSINTJi', RTTDATS.. four ..*.oIDtloD..lq of ..1... ..

thea mines. On'account of the short.age dent and lou'ral' manager of the Klor to 'a finish.. The. ,treasury Is :depletedand to lie feet and went around to the ."But why asked his lo,..Iy fiance, a year. The third wheel.. ; 1>I In a day,

.-.. of phosphaterock' on'' tho' part of ids l East"Coast" Unhand for the past there are no ,more 'funds' available. lane and begged his'mother to let him "do you object to. long- engagement or 69,080 In a'year. The fourth wheel
In. She mistook him/for' a burglarand !" 2.440 In a day, or 845.000 ln'a'yar.The .;
the manufacturer on this side of the twenty year Mr.' Flakier' right..hand Rquests for relief would not permit him to enter "Because. h* ur.-ed."th. .coat of fifth; escape wheel.1J.WK le'aday
water' and< la Europe the Increase man in alhie| Florida enterprise are 'heavy and urgent' The strike
1 until she wa fully satisfied aa to hi* living increase 'every day, dearest or 4,711.200>> In V year, The' ticks

front Florida mine has been readily ,(8ald be; having'been ordered without the:pres Identity.-BellevilleDispatch. 'to. 'the '.The longer w* wait the greater our or beat are 118.100'. a'dst"Or'. M>-

't sakou at prevailing prices, the demand IJ I Ihetag |I. "ily Ihu middle of January, we expert ident's sanction I recommend that the Chicago American. expense: will be."_Llpplncott's.. 812.000 In a year.dondonum.'or .. '

J of such proportion to' warrantthe to have the road .completed to.Knlgbt. local vote upon'1- the proposition' "

belief 'la' a slight Increase. In '. Key and boats running from Apparently this telegram was dispatched

value during.the'coming year. Ma 1'uhin that point to Cuba.' We. have more, without-either the knowledgeor : ROO-HOO'

are sold''' for a year aheadand men 'at work''at preeeut'tlmelUld consent. of the*local strike, leader.' ,"

thsmenutactarers,, who have not then and bale had more men 'all throughthe for all, of,'them ati headquarter denied .__ ... '. ., .' .. '1..
provided for their need' will, besomewhat _- pest summer than we bad durlni that, there was .the slightest! .In ,: :_ 71E 't \ '_ Jt. F
handicapped. I IJadfio. Ihe'previour' summer,,'BDd this ''not tentlon of calling off'the strike. '
\ 1 withstanding i {the fact tbo.t 'we have Notwithstanding President Small' SBioots. a Spanked! ,Baby

;; James W., Locke has granted 111 had much more' machine work coveredunder opinion that the strike Is hopeless, the -It, I It.". "l
M temporary Injunction restraining the' preacnt: operation than In New york TelegrapheR" Union, at a -

;?the btty of Tampa from .enforcing the',the-entire work '''which we were '; .. meeting Sunday, votid unanimously A Doctor.ot: 'Dlrlnltr,'now Editor of -rl4lealo" than any comment at' lower,stomach sad latestlnes -

rNl.'oAd *water rates mad under 'a gaged '' last summer." to continue the'' strike against the .a well-known Religious paper baa oar could make 1C ,.,,. ..... In;'a' heaHhy: Individual.

recent city ordinance; which the"water ; : Weste'rii Un'lon. and. Postal -Telegraph. written regarding the controversy be- Doe Colliers expect to regain any tllo, tranatormatloa'. tile '

r company considered -unreasonably low, At the meeting'' tho'.connly' com. companies., tween.Collier'*.,Weekly ,.and the Religious alt Inglctep loss of prestige by,demonstrating starch,into a'f orm. of. Mgar .II eem-

,'A. Wand Appealed to the.United States mleslouers 'of Putnam the contract' The meeting was :characterised bJ'bltt.r Pros.of' the Country. and otb than .....ta. for 'damages, pitted and then. "Ute food.absorbed. 111
era, Including onrselTea., Also regarding that It can be more artfal In evading the blood-; :V r
to construct the highway bridge across between President .
'Coart to have. their 'collection enjoin. exchange sulta for Ubel brought by liability for libel than the bumble .' But' If the power* of *die. ten saw i
..d. The rate. were to have gone Into the St. John river was< awarded to Small ,and' the"other speakers, The Collier's against us for commenting but .....Dteul victim of Its defamation weakened; a part of -'rebe" '-f,

force: October 1, ',but the water 'coni.pony. the COn er.irldgeeomPao" of Chattanooga Utter charged the lIationat'leader with upon Italmethods.These .or'doe' It hope 'b, starting a wlU lie tn' the warmth and saotstar !;

through ,Its 'attorneys, argued ,'Tcnn.. There were three bidder inconsistency) In first" claiming'that the are ,his ,,sentiments,. withsome campaign of libel suits to silence the of ,the; body, $M daeay* gsa rstla* .

k for the injunction: before Judge Locke *.. the bid being $54.000, $60,000 strike would be ',successfully" financed very emphatic word left out.,, popular Indignation?.reproach and,resentment gases Sad irritauac'th.* meeous ash t

'at Klttery Maine, where h I and $61,000.,respectively, and the'Converse and, admitting' that the general .as- "The religion Press owes ,.oa" a, which It has aroused.' ? raaea asgl sadet esML eead/Uea 1h. .5u:
., * stopping people being the lowest.. they sembly.was without funds, and with debt of gratitude for your.;courage la Collier can not dodge thai pebltecontrovert' whets forte' pats e0. the .""sq'J '1f.It.i.I1' 1-'
and secured a granting of a tenivjK : bowing ,Collier'. Weekly aa,the ,by private law *at*.. It .i...: : "' tore esees ::
carried oft the plum.. It 'I.I said work having conducted ,tho fisht; ,In a. halfhearted up '
>rry: joining decree, ,....:/TbU, puts,.a'atoppaeai' / -Tll-Oh Man.. Would J'M' case to can. not post Jos. the ptsbtft. >a4s. ) mrrliiMrfav0lreL] :;:;:'1;
'Kwlll;begin /in'about*tare*: weeks'andpushed ; :'dilatoryway.;; Small tried to
for.? the present upon use the Inclosed article' on the Boo meat against. "J'Ita-t.reat Jar'. tV .'m at tteM take* '
to completion .as rapidly, .a. explain his position, but.was frequently Man'a" for net '
oollecUoa: of the water rates at the Hoo Baby"' a* the -TeU-Oh, ) Public will hardly blame. oa 't.
reduced''figure' provided In the recent possible.:' Th .bridgo will be, nearly Interrupted. 'by: hisses.. successor waiting until we.get a petit =' When the -ft" a J *t tile tr*. .. "

ordmanc a mil long, and will cost the count) When he suddenly left the hall In the 'A contemporary remark that Col a court room before denouncing this make their appaeraaeeywoaid it ass

ntooo'wben contemplated, which,*ac tnldit ,of the ,speech-makingcnei! ol"resign" lier's. has finally run against a solid prodfgaI'detractor: .. 'of 1IDttltuU' .aa b*. cood. practical..eoMMon seam t*
:-. cording : I'to hickory 'Post" and been damaged tn founded and fostered either by ladWvldnal OUoontUoe the etarchy faod, wMea laoaaateK
c to the contract, ,, be done followed him. Sunday' night
.acsierat W.; II., Jewell., the' newly Its own' estimation to ,the tune of or by Lbs public.. Itself the troabl and taka ala dead
I',4n one.year; or by the first of October, Small 1 .u.d..a statement; In which h* '0' which the March baa b.ertsan.- "'
elected mayor of Orlando Is a native 47&0.000.00." No,announcements daring an-
of Msaachus Ua.' but,,'was raisedinMississippi. 108., When completed It will, be,.the said..he was willing; -to continuethe -.Her* 1*. a publication which has 'Ure business career' were'.Y4 r mad tOl'm"'lato a'10....'M '....."' la'' tile
longest heaviest and most expensive strike It' the men''Insisted. witherPostnm broe.s..t'maaataeteret *<' :
'medicinal effects
: .:)lie .er1e4 ,his Urn,'' In ? la utmost disregard -of the fact. claiming .
J i highway bridge In;fthe;, state. and' the Small's'suggestion that rite be tae .prea4 broadcast damaging, Matemnate '01"' Grape-Nat' Medicinal :' .TII" U idunt1eailythe"eai. : rio"feemof

the confederate army; and at the pre.mfhib'1Cniajor .- '''only I one:across the broad ,8t,'Johns kn on.'the question of calling oB the. about the Religion Press and effect. ar. results obtained. .frees. the sugartoandlate; haataa body
general commanding alter. strike were repudiated by member ol others and baa ,suffered those false ... of.medicine*,. attar;. atareh..baa, beial perf.pllydI.
'the Florida division of the United con. I, _- statement to UDOOntradJct natll = Thousand of TlalMr go thra our c-te4.' .', ., u, fvhuman
1ft the 'Chicago local union at meeting go '
federate veterans, ,He Is an ''able.ooenseior 1 ; not aatlsfied after finding the ReUgloua entire trorka each month,and: see,torthemseiv.e Now, toed la made q TMT
The state railroad commissioner afternoon.. A' resolution thai
Sunday 'contains largely of starch sad ta repaired brthe
at lawhi* served the county Pros too gaiety and peaceful Orape-N
in the leglslatura and baa realdad have served DoUce.on, the Seaboard the, strike be' continued w... unulmoul1 to .resent. the Insults. It makes the abll latel,'aothl'* but"wheaC barley body>> ..for' energy.<.aad >wareMb.Naturally ..

In the city fora score of ,Antho. Airline railroad and the AtlantlbCoast ;' adopted. The; meeting"'wa! mistake. of wandering into a fresh and a little, salt; Post urn. absolutely :therefore ,It*'... .aboaMb

years. I Line j railroad that they will followed .b1.a'. ', demonstration ofstrength field ,and butts It* rattled head nothing but'wheat''and'sabont' '\ tea continued.' 1f poeatbWaad'toc. tb*
other candidate. elected are'good meet the 29th all the, World percent of .New-Orieaa. tao1..... reaaona'glTea above It ts nada'' OIIII-'
Instant before1' and
on ,Tallnhaisae -, by the striking operator against, this Pot
.mea..d true, and tho people are well these elements bl. ,In. the, maeefaciM'ot,4rltp.Nuts. ; ..
Th art of preparing simple
,, to hear reasons why these the' Offices' of U13. telegrapli'companlee laughs.. Even Christiana' smile aa
plxiaed with the remit, of the .. 'ob- : :: : ._
the Post suddenly'turns and give In a- acI.oUltaj'maIlDw,i ; _
N rood should not be required to'builda The men marched 'in double withthtaobsags
f'1ee-1 ,
In, connection *C
; Ilona back dose of its own medicine.* tale the beat food'value' and flavour,
t passenger'.and\ freight depot at Plant file,In,.the, streets- shouting "S- l-e-k!" It,.It'.a. a mistake to ...y' all the required some work and experience;. to food to bring. rollef' from physical
5 City,' Also why, the Seaboard Air.?vine and otherwise'' voiced"their.'opposition acquire disturbances w* have suggested
Ko laugh
!j. Ii'the'case otsJe' W;';'oiITt former should '" t' build one"for.' 'passengers to the, suggestion of surreiidJf,' World comes from laughs.Collier's., but cheery 1C cries and Now when any publication,'goes washing oat the Intestines to gvt'rfcl'

'gent orthe Atlantic CoaatwUne railroad at Madison: The' oonmlaiioners.mpreover'will ;' The, striking: toleeraph, operators. boo boo like a''spanked baby and far eDoucb' out' of Its way ,to..attack of 'the immediate''cause'"'' 'of' the dis>

at'Loesburg! ?, who'was-tried and, require all,.ronjji. wlilclihava h.ld'a meeting In Baltimore. at which wnt,' 1760.000.00 to soothe Its.. ten- us because. our advertising I I. "medical. turbauce. ', .

eovvletod' in the. Lake- county, dreult''C' ,, not ..already. built them, to;'provlde -: It wo 'Voted' to''''continue tho'strlkQ? der lacerated feelings,.* ." It.-Impl- offers a. remarkable. p'aturatly.'there'are'cases' ; wherothe
rt at Tavare; 'for ,forgery : -argument "Thank Heaven ,It ha .at. last exhibition ignorance; or worse.. disease haI' )ala dOfmaat,and .1ft/
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separate waiting rooms nine 'weeks moro If;h hJcesHary.. *
for ,
[ ; whiter ., '' w. 40 not claim physiological br abuse, continued too locg. ,until apparently *
for new'trial vwis' 'man with "bactbooe" ",
a bylbfeadant'B truck a
and negroes. aalnesville .
knife avaU.
of' ; } sent up The Commercial \Telegraphers - of favorable ,eh.raetertOJlO..ID. Only the .will .
'tl counsel 'ber re Judge;' enough to call a spade a. ..pad.aDct bodily, results
a pietltlontothe, board'for a union del Near Orleans .o''votdd'to'. continue whole the adoption of, our""suggestions But. It' I* ,'a,, well-established fact
who denied the motion' ...* who believes la telling th.'' .
ItaMock .
ll, ,
and pot. -' the strike,. regarding discontinuance' among: the I best physicians who are
sentenced Joll,''to term of two years truth'without fear or favor. the detail. above ...-.<
'Q' : a : Montgomery and food. which not b* ncqualntedwtth
; ,.' locnl of, the Tel Perhaps Collier's with Its utmost of coffee .
r at hero labor In the penitentiary,? This 'There'Is 'ey.ry'Indication' 'meeting .disregard *. keeping: the Individual tn good health. cited.'that pre".DtaU".u.** are.
that ]wIthIn egraphers' Union, at a ; held for th* facts, may say no " '

JJ;' >Case 'was prolSeentdat the Instance thirty days,there will be, bgunthe, Sunday evening,!yot.ed. unanimously. to such letter exists. Nevertheless It I* We' advice to'' offer the .per- far Are and away to be the"condemned best; :for'sogestlnga'way -- .
1, of'thaiAmerican' Surety company of erection 1 file In our offtce'aod 1* only one ol fectly healthful ]person HJ. or her .'
of ,a'' new'Ice factory In Tal continue the''strike.Small on to prevent disease. by' .
which is, on', the bond 'pt and other' data health Is evidence In _Itself that, the ; ,;
New York, lahasvee/ An'' erperloncej, firm '' a mass of letters : methodv-
from I I. Suspended. and od.',a.ecl'.xaetly\at following natural v and.far; '
i Jolly,.who'is also charged i with. baring" a sister city.'will I ;'put .im1 new; and 'uptodato < The followUg"'meB&ago-wa' 'sent to .newspaper comments tnethod .; denouncing Collier<.< . that beverages person. .Therefore why change? perfecting .' food that:eontMnea.l' ,
,omboded$2.148.. "t., ..machinery' the ryellow" TmedlcUe'! and,prodaee no.!'medl-:' ?
v I' ... a 10-toit capacity. President Small by the execittTva committee Thl volume I* so large that a maa'could But to'or woman who I.Mllst '
,",, which .wOj torn but lo of' flat something asa feel elrecubat which. ha saldd.Us-f{
: ; ; a ciaei at'Chicago Sunday nlghf; not "well go thru. It under halt ;;we have say : Crows'sickness
''The)'total:'TOt'e."polled ,In Clay coun of unusually wide experience orally'.thousands: person :
quality. result an
"Under arUcJe'U. section I 7. 'of/lh* a'day'steady work. The, letter 'W '
to health T received
I I have : ,
tr'IntheprohlbluonElectloawae'.88rfor ; ', In food and the result of proper, .
ostltuUon.. of the Comroerclal'! Telegrapher . come fropzpvarious' parts .of .
daring the ,.ara past upward of *,- ,,
dry and ,,264 for wet,,; giving' 'the Mayor'' Ooorgj Dhoock' of, Key *' Union 'of' America, 'you: arehereby' Usually a'private controversy 1* feeding.. .f attack'. . '000'lettenirom''peopli''wbel; aaaw,

'dry* :a UIJorlt'of 11 votes! Tho W8.t'.has .tendered hi*"'re"'>l natli>u as'major ; suspended from ''the office 'ol not Interesting the public,, but Ebbs In the palpably,'. Ignorant this state: on beea',either, eeipedor'madeek: -;; .

saloon tones 'threaten to contest;. the i* a,pabllocontroren$7.miller' ... ... .. u8.1..Colll. appeared
and trlthdraw" from the root pseeldent'to'' tako effect 1D med1&teI7.' 1 *' .ent.--OD. widely eironlat.dparngraph well by-fof.wig, omry, aa eUoaa, ," .'
bean using the yellowljnethod "
eleoUoebot. : thus fat:. no particular. for''re-eiootionaNo;,, reason'' wag Driven. .' ',' ."Sq 34.j 'KONElfKAM" . / ha to attract. attention- labor to Induce the Impression and tbey, are eimple. x .' Li- \I"'.. .
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grievances ave. beep ..announced.. for ,the resignation.!:, '"AoUng4alrman" la the air. crack that Orape-Nuti will obviate the ae-i If ooBeft disagrees aad tianae! sq F
of the 'alliaetita common to"auee>t1.
la' sd1lcltls.
lug )&....together.all4.;rellla..Lock cealtrotran'cPtratloA. toffee sn.*r*' >'-':1',1C, ..4'ltake.' >oja ".' '
TbflK commissioners Monroe,conntt : 1 The. Illlsboroughoouniy. . commissioners fAKE WIDELY PUBUSHEO.' at mo".'wouldn't. so It started Thl I*"Ming'and'potaUallys\ poeta iL. ; ' -* .<; {:;>.

...... Issued a call, 'for ,wet, or 'unanimously! appropriated1' $3,500. ''.at on -Holler Than Thou' *,attack deadly lying to,?tale; : exhlbitlon;,.of--' -.-- e.IPwhlt broad, potato**: ricraMIothat i, :

,oily: caootlon, to',be 'held' November Reported *bank 'Robberlee:,In' 8e8don .a the Religious .Preas. and on. mecU.'ela. In reply : starch foods make trouble.' i td '(
for.a,county.exhibit,at, tb. statefair.' well let the reader: name It,.the JT- .
; I.. ItwyprbhibiUonUU 'bogan: their' held ; and Leads; Ala,Without Foundation, w. leave : tam Co. pays:,: ,-..1. aad. ,u.e ,Orape-fi food wl flab' g r
t'.oainpafkns, In. 'deadearnest..- with i to be .In' Tampa frniFebruary11to ', The new ',.po u concerning alleged when;It_to .the first publle'aow.a resented' Col- ,Let It:N.IaDcleratoodi tkat ..appeadieltls largely predigest damdWilli..rYk'l5d'etreugtben; :, '< ;

".tc:rrltly"., Much: }Interest,1* being man, M. 1'OS. President J)rewa. of th" *, bank:'robberies; In Seddon+.4.lIAe4.! .;:wa-Mr's did attack, we to aay whether, In"a l resole'troni Ions; continued .dlstnrbanee ; wl\..' r'; 'both' '.ldea&D4, ;:it ;semesdeedtioeq fair asscIUoa; tbe'.oomml"*.' Alav which wero'' ,wldoly;. p'ubUshed.wera ,.' ,craving for sensation and circulation. in 'the Intestines, pr'idinertly f..._,. :.oe4, jIO,, :.;t ....:.

to bei.;; hard: fight The shmer*':Vlth';regardto: the maklng;''of > fake pure aad simple,'' .* lIe attack do' not i amount to' a.,*> 'by .Bdige.t ;,etareht.>',ijoedj old,common.>esme; '.r I "

tl "POdpoDecIre.ftta*;!'lerovldonifor ,.. HlUsboroaxht'exhlblt. ; yS.ddon'snd"iLegd.! ; *,*aro*bothj, small Umatl;'. mercenary bounding. WeUkewl buck aswhit.. )bread,,1.:sad potato susb.tyr**. riseepiartlYteoehed ; r-Tbere-aa ......"!tert "It

+ %tfec V>r'BocitsesrnnUlfaftr] ::, November"1 aDd comteeloners...wlthou|;a''dUIenUng -' townwith;Act more than 900 lohabi* ** leave It to the public 'to any In ."'" \I'.." ; . "

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__'ttiat the't&S'oa' '.ald property CITY'
.1 Lt W* ;:BARBER SlOP
liai IIUt, Vcy wesAo1 su eleot to keep up ,the Forget-baby I* restiest'eaBt# Bleep t
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mlinnoSell Creek but few chances have at night woot, eat, cries :apasmodi-
POat_w,-.aT. yltIDAL- been mAde j Charlie Arnhas, I oally. A bowl of White'. Cream Now Open for @otinets NewOoods

+ Office in''Valley ,Oatette Building.oecnoLJk .. suppose, secured will a< home In Fort lo Vermifuge never fail to cure Every in J f trlck'a Old Stand
Christmas and shortly remove
[lMW1Ri, OODNTY,rLx, that locality.O. mother should Itl w. her baby. White' .
I. C., in ompanv with Mr. E. A. Cream Vermifuge. So many time NEW. CllAIU. .o!

w-, it, MAttKlft, 'E4it, r,.and Prop'r.E '. Eobanks.postmaster who has reooatlv at Lanier been ruled appointed when the baby U'pale and fretful, thmother NEW ItiIyORSw NOW. ARRIVING EVERYDONT DA x. -
know what ,
does not to do.A
fA'I' the home of Mr Crosby on Saturday "
book of till medicine will : PRYTIIINff
'.' '' aDBSQlT101i ItATfe: last for the purpose of taking pos FAIL TO' SEE THEM. ,
......... ...,.. . ... st session and supplies to color to bU cheeks and aughter to (
_ arr.ser_ ... ;............ .' M removing lila eve*. Give It a trial.. Sold by
SE ---........................ were the former hospitably treotleman entertained Mr.ero.'b We. Roberaon' Pharmacy Satisfaction' Guaranteed.or ..

[Aa 'r.- Qes r- _...... and hi* attractive" family during C DAMN

't..eeer.e.r s.a.e... .sitar".., ; our the short business stay and that having called. transacted us Ip..A.' VANS AGNE-W, . pJt:::>> s.'4...,._ W.!'
- = '- -- '-- 'M-- '- 4
there, returned the Eubanks residence _*%* fi
&-..N_FL-._...,..1[___........1 Jn the I ATTOHMK'V ATL.4w..i.,.. List of sale. Outfitter for Men, Women and Children.
__ your property for
,wt1r J-
raFriday .J As your correspondent Is compelled I AND: J:"\ OTARV PUBLIC, | No eonoQ.>li.|Oi)' unless sale It ,...., -
to bold a special term of court today made..
October 18'' 1907.i .j db a particular ease, and as the time KISS1MMEE.. FLA J. M. Wlllson Jr.
for opening said, court ha arrived, - ,
..i'lj I will discontinue further Item writingfor - - - """' ...."' _. ........ .... a
O. I. C.
this time.
;,' Oar neighbor, Oaceol county I.ft U J
rl&br.'taI'lor rood roads and the county ---
'commissioner bare decided to open Sunny South Stables. 1
Bencdicta"A .
up a road from Kissimmee a* far a* KATZ'SFALL
Polk county line and then to' the I

Orange county Una. In time this INGRAM' & GILBERT, Proprietors. ,"
wUl give a rood road from Sanford w\NN\NNL\NNNa\N\NN\aNNNNN\a\NN\\NNNNNNNa\\M Li
'to T.m'p.-orlaDdo Reporter-Star.

t There. at* some towns--In-.Florida fCrtER the HI* of-womanhood{ -- i 1 LIVERY,, ( SALE' and BOARDING SBOADVAY- S S'

remarkable DO 4'' 5 ..... I
whose newspaper are as eo want woman do aT( .r 1 Do 700 < 102
\terprises( for t.he.iM of.the places In want to pt wen without the necsalt7 f GOODSReady __.._...,..._.___\__._._.._.___.... .:\NNN .. $

'which they are ,published. Arcadia oonenltatlons of peintulexaminat1On.and.mbarra.sing Do roo want to take a Well equipped with New Stock and .:Vehicles and

and Wauchula art notable exam plea. remedy right Into four born.-and ran ----------W- .\.,'-MN.\N, prepared to meet all demand, with Perfect SatiH-
Such communities evidently recognizethe 7ounelU' I .
benefit an up-to-date newspaper Is for inspection.. A faction.

io. a town; and aloe the'"patronagejieceasary [ BCNEDICTAI
to auoce .. Such a "Woman's Medicine." A prescription line of Ready-to'"'W eftr .
newspaper I
of a-phriloian-who-made toe study of Female . i. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . i ir
patronage l.not.anac'olpb".nth..oPll.; his specialty.' It was used Garments for Men Women .
; .
it Is not an expense;,, it is .an Investment sneceurully by hint' In bis practice it basbeen '
which yields most .gratifyingrevuroi. used saecwtfally by thousands ol' and Children at -- .
women during the since frogrettlre .
.+Lakeland New. many years
& -- pbyilclans bare also, found It a val prices as slow: as consist''' d e
uabl..atstantwbea they desired to avoid
all The but eIitor'sat blm had fled in ;his and office he ;whence wished ao operation. ent with qualfty and r R.S.F1oyd&Coi: ;;

G that e-ierJ Jut deadbeat was in his ;
dead.' His mind then Is a regetable remedy It.. made from 'workmanship.
gravestone . .
when root herbs and barks known to poetessproperties .aaN\NNaNNNNaaNNN.a.NaeaN.aNa'et.W%.%.m\-.
wandered far to the time
which have a wonderful curativeand o
be should die and tits royal editorial tonic effect upon the female or....and YOUR TRADE SOLICITED GROCERS :
soul go scooting to. the '.ky; when nervous system. Without mentioning tbe << -
he'd roam the fields of paradise and many forms of female troubles tbat women f ..

sail o'er Jasper seas'' ; and all things kind suffer that we say....tbat.Icta not no Immediately trouble. of this.- . 't NEW FIRM NEW GOODS t tI.
glorious would' combine his every!' Here,and finally cure.

y sense .to please. "thought howthen .

q he'd look' across. 'the great' gulf Is prepared carefully BeNEDICT and Scientifically and Line of High Grade Fresh It
a dark and drear Ul&l.'U7aW'D, between I.
ti Us happy soul and those who swindled with tbe eonsetontaeM of tbe responsibilityof and Fancy Groceries .
erring to suffering women a remedy that Katz.sV
here and when for water they will not only be b.neacxNbnt also harmless : DELIVERY lit

would call, and in agony' they'd tn effects, ao matter what may be tbe con .
:caper, he'd shout to them; "Jim dlttoaof the woman taking '
f 't quench jour thirst with the. due that.'. n Is sold at use per bottle byRoterson's 4 I Prices Right KI88lmmee. Fle.1 ti
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on "'StoTen.
your paper. .
R Pharmacy = ==== 4. tir''rucwiturfry. "IfiF'Y '.' .' >

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,.:.With Nepers' at wiutte4Reported /- SlMMEE.. -FLA.Paint ''Ii;- --- --- -

'I Weekly: 'by,O. I. C. | .t ..
_ Go A. tAIt5ON. JOHN M. LBB.Vlce N. .CARSON
_ .,.. : .........1.. >Preel..... C..aI.r.State .
e...... .....e e ee..+. '

Our citizens are Inhaling the|oool Bank of Kissimmee.Ktasimmee .
air with a vivacity which LJ.. proofof ; .
their appreciation of tbe change I Fla.
that baa taken- place in atmospheric -
conditions from excessive warmth to ?--- '
October coolness, wnich U one of the .PAID UP! CAPITAL...... .. s se one tie- a
>delight of our Florida climate.. Madam k' .TOCKHeLDBtS$ LIABIUTY.DBPOSITOKS ..'.. ..,.. seooeeo'

Rumor;to and show,Old the.Probabilities effects of atebejrinnlnc the BCI).ITV.. . ..":. ... ... loeoooeoProvapt
..exbUeratlonr prodoited by !Sir,North -
Wusd and the rumors t thai are afloat. and Careful Attswtlongive to.'. ratters esi;.*
wo.Jd .,..... amore,sensitive 'people trusted to Ha. ExchesiKea' good et ell points. at tstieepeet
',a.V >
to beoome over future rates, v "'? ? .
prospects as delineated by .these"two : 'I,, " ? . YOUR BUSINES i OtlCITEl>"It ?,
sensation creators.1' But we 'are accustomed "
to allow these prophecies a

good deal of latitude and shall therefore .., ,
conceal aoj ..rl.tocrat.Ic"prldebat. -
:\ .' these remarkable tales would
.. otherwise- -create. Sawmills phosphate and PaperIroproTO
gold, silver Iron'' and lime ,,
mining all come within the scope of i and bouse. "
their prophetic vision and if we believed protect bring your 1f s
I will\ be1 pleased to : my 1907 '
what emanate,from these
sample books tq your house and N
.ready tongues among1 the we most would fortunate consider financier ourselves - make decorations any suggestions that in the desire.latest Summer .Goods I!

In the State.! Of all these possibilities you may '
card and I will cheerfully
Drop me a
i and probabilities, however, wefs" furnish estimates. on paperand
can only corroborate one statement
painting ,t.j.t : : : : .:
and that Is the sawmill part of tbe
transaction aa Mr. H. H. Fertlo and .

.from Mr. Henry Mr. Straiten. Savage she have sawmill purchased locatedat LEO OE, A.., aAIEI\ \.: 1 :: Dry Gppcjs Clothing, Shoes'M

Foghorn and at present owned by .
,' r the latter-named gentleman, and have ORLANDO., FLORIDA
t f sward our teams city.-. ) to convey., said ma sl and Notions. '

So many of our people are in attendance
---- -- - .
on. the county court which FOR SALE CHEAPIF -
{; .convenes this (Monday) morning that FORSAKE BY N
the streets of Whither are. almost deserted. ,-
L ,Rev. Guy Is ,holding;. a ,protractedtneetUg W. B. MAEINSON .
which be expect to continue : I ,,
during the present week. I 'The'hoten. Inn." '.' .' 4
'Our merchant Johnson 1* away, we, .
'The Van Duzor SOLE ,
'1(>' suppose, on leave of absence and, corner AGENTS, Kissimmee FJa. '' ,
John Floyd .is taking his place In( the The Okechobee House.. a..L.. HARRIS M. O. ): p. MC fWAN.HARRIS' .,
1 ,,at.o.... >Mr. Johnson had become a .F '
'. great favorite with our citizens and The Waling cottage; c jSANITORIUM.ORLANDOFLA "
,M. the change Is by no means appreciated. .
__ The old 1 Maldhson comer.Tiro { NORTH KISSSIMMEE. '
.,-.Jl.r.Joe., Williams la among the '
h...... of your city and UlssBealah.f.J cottages and one lot on .It .
\ managing hotel store and postof- the O'Nea1.Adc oD: 1 A Private Institution:built .and equipped with all modern -.
flee during his absence.' la the latter 1C. W. Griffin conveniences for Surgical work and the Care and treatment of '

.'"\ elated department.:by whittler'e however .she able is'assistant ably &*- Orange drove. hone. ,.w&&on and. I the sick. / -

teacher Air.Alderman. This youngtemll.mD harness. coir and bull calf.", >. 'Terms, .Reasonable.. Wrltcjtor; Particulars') 'I 1
baa proved such a useful t I, e '
;aoeJMMnrr to the general good and The'DroD-erty.of')Harry: W.. Thur-- I I Fancy Family Groceries \..farerof r -oar."Community that we ,
.have almost concluded that ..... will man. Applytathe'ownerorJ.'M.Wilison . .. I .
..,; have to kidnap him when'the. .school . jrw;,kissimmee, Fla.. t 'Fresh Meats ' -j: KRIIB'Bsi I }
j Y out., and keep aim among n*>> \ Osceola C.Onilty
'' At the Drawdy mansion all Is well. i Terms easy,-part may remain onmortgage. I Deliuery: Every Day,at ady Boar., Patrou.Ke>> ,Soliehod. 41 I p '
:, ha to town after ATTO"NriTLW.
Mia Jane gone the
Patriarch. Miss Amanda I*enjoying I ., .awy4 ,iuC '---..- -.AsyAraA tARltssa- .j' Abstract' 'M.
her vsnal roer health:' -John!a.4aE7 ' "" Office' in :the Court; House-){J.- Company

i. sad the .hog are, dying ,_-WE ARK AGENTS POIV:=-. MALSBY 'simmte. ,, Florida.. I II
; ; that the table,1* always : MA6HINERY COMPANY
with 1De&&. I With whom will be asaoclaud. lo- thetrla S.,'H: .,BULLOCK."MAMAOM.Real .
Harvester .IAOt
"::, $ oonumlasioners baveeAnpxnl Co.GaSolii areVILLts; Rs.A;, ofleausee' law,
.''- anew .regime. having .M- Lens Dtetasjc Pt.. 14. 22 Oce*. Net.- ? ., I' arm of "
...... ....0" tbe school trustees ,.1pp..oa e Eagtees. Mersey" A'Warloir; 1 estaterule
carrier for. children at PortabU apes' C8"'t.l0D" EacIA .r, Orlando'
: i I examined: and
I MO 'per and BoL-' 8..111.;. ,.;,,.. .. reportedjoe:
: Taxes
i ealerTi..J W0e4.c: .r.- paid for "
i ", t' {rba aaotldo D.tlf dligsli has..- 'The Best,on the Market. We log MeoUaery and Huplete .-,' Instruments relating ooQ-resldante K:

a precedent. ,, that night be will make'jou close prices on ED..mea lias rH 4 to asdelc. !eaJ J M. WII T.SON; ., carefully' drawn to.real estsas' u .
the ;
to' "
\\UI..4I oI..I ( and Rirnps In .running. ,;order 1 State..*.$. Spa ..,.e>b:*saes .0.' Nariti Poa "chi Correspendeoce.. 'SOHtifatiaalelyr.l ';
; .. the . + I, i'll { ;;, .l' '. .
.1: ..... . at& pre;jroui r farm; iti ea.o11M; t : i' c -,. h ;f\
*ww'ov. the cown*) eom ,1 ha STAYS" ,AT?LA.G."i -,.
,: rednoed.. ifce : " ., ;
IfteyKevin 'ri'Re.l! Estate Agent. -

off! property.wiahta ebe.belongingHpennniM ;trrftorli/..' 'ILYaiDiw&Ci.: : rS' ,...., ..k.tI... ;; M . ,. 1' rioiui '*i. ,Q"_Hmbroidsrlse.101'4 Co .a..t.. ].<.:'l.M1ostIpll". 'fI .:'j'jti. 1.IL

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We will sell our entire Stock. *' < .

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of Refrigerators Ice Cream .
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4. Freezers Canopies Screen ) BEST OS! THE :MARKET. <" ;

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: Screens I t --$35'$40_ AND $45: a : .9 ,

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kltslmmee Ingersoll Mldiret 'watches 2.00. atj I IKatz' I Straw. hats at and 'tie) }ow cost,. alDamns. .. A new line.o'f Ladles Neck "Fixins"- Dade County Goes Wet. ,
YalleuGazetita Lat I .
::1 .' Katt's.Rlnfc . '' notice. l .
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Miami Oct. 16. After' exciting '
-- 1 1 an I. prepared &rtolas dre**. a
TCUKPHONB.'NO. .". Smoke Key West Havana, the 'best New line of W. B. A R. O. Cornets' up City Bakery, phone 69. for. / campaign lasting for several weeks the makng) this winter. 'and ...k.the ladle
4 P Ac clear on the market." ; all sires up to 36, at Kate'; anything In the, bread line. "wet and dry""election Dade county -to call"'*andgaaranteed. .!_.. me., SatisfactionPnunnr. ,
[ >i'P.UBLJSHEI> EVERY FRIDAY, Call at our store.on Oct. 2Cth, "and. For, S.le.t. a. na..< complete line of woolen room cottage and four vacant lots in Ingrand able to be around -again.Mr by.only four majority'and ,
-.1' Inspect a >> ? '
North. Klsiimnoee., J.,W, SEYasODS..l'hone the "wets" are consequently celebratlngjtheir i Fine line of watches. 'it.the Kfsslm
If W, B. HA..e. for mad* to measure garments for '
''I Flta'iuaraaw.ed. KATZ'S.M. *. J. t.. Reave. has gone to victory to-day. nee Drug Co.. -
f" men. your wants.. we do'" the run Locust. Grove, Ga., on an extended The vote. ,, at. West Palm Beach was ; '
ning. jrou wilj# bnd' Dry Shoe,. ,
-.' OFFICIAL.. WBATHIM RKRORT. .., and.Mrs. W. M.; ..MoMt..1'an KISSIUMEK! Daira COMPANY.Mr. deb't.o her mother.Mesirs.Jno. 175 for the "wets" -and', 93 for: the Notion, 'Barch'..",/: Granlteware
'p" A -* ___t ie for soot ..dlae'l'amag. baby came down from.Waoo. Wed. "dry*." Tinware, Glassware .in' fact' almosteverything M
,.a!*.,.OcwW. W .ttel!: '. oesday to spend stew ears here ...It.hreJ"'IY. Johnson, of South' Carolina, : M.. Lee 'and J; ; S. In Miami,the contest" was warm from at tit* Caxh Store, '''and get' c,
". who has bad charge of D. N. -Floyd'sWhlttier Stratton went dO"D0 Lakeland on .a present with each pnrobae. ' '
Itahoo' the opening of the polls and when the
.....' tall. ;' They"will. return home mercantile business for some business yesterday.. ; '. p, H. LAwaori.,
:: .:.. today. votes were counted it was found that
l--- months. was in town a few 'days this A. returned. the.'Alaglo City" had glyea 333 'votes 'Six room 'bouse and two. lot*",. la1'
..,. .'. .... N' M Lt. Col.: W. EU Cad:l4D went up to' week. Mr. Johnson will now be. with "Capt. J. Simpson for the "wet,*", and 253 for the :pro good loc. lon. House1!' -Insured 'f.r)
.. from vhtttohit .
:::;, 71 M" Sanford Tuesday and met, Mr. Cad- Mr,,Floyd ft Pegbbrn.. Tuesday daughter, hibitionists. Every other'precinct' in three. yearr'0..1100.00.1 'Prlo M8,-.:, '
.. .... ,,' Mrs H. C. Duran at.Tayaren., '' Two good ,building lot, splendid v'
and Miss Cadman who were re ''
... e man / the county'gave good 'majorities for
.011 v4 Ladle Hh/rt Waists at big S 5 location., Price MOO. For particulars
a reduction
..... .,,... 7* erne turning home ''from ,an, extended at Dann's.. Notice our display ..ot bate, come the*'dr,*.'. apply ,at this office.C tt
.'J'' ........ a ....
!' trlp.: ,
European early and get a good choice. It i alleged that there.were seventeen '
Columbia College, the new 'Baptist in'- A preliminary hearing:'in t.he"c *.. "
-- - The Ladies Journal Patternsdo KATZ'> illegal votes cast West Palm
not waste. material Dome at Dann's.; Institution at Lake City, 'opened; up i- Beach and consequently a. contest o f Charley Padgett Lawrence'8ul' :I,, .
for the fall term oa Opt. 2nd,, with: (opened a bicycle will follow, If this contest. 1* suss 11'1all&ll4 BUI Stevens, charged, wMfc' ,'....
Among the out of town lawyer attend reoair hop' in the the larceny hogs; will be held be1!
one hundred and forty-four atndent. f store room recentlyvacajeaby cessful and this, precinct.,!S. f.browq ; .. ,
IELEID.athe'Ttiaer lor county 'court this ''week we This far exceeded the.fondest''hopes of i J.#H.' Reddtt's watch, repairWp. out she county. would ,of course; be tore County, fudge: c ,'JpbnNOSp''' '..., .. '

i noticed Hon. W. L. Palmer, of Orlando the Irlead.of the' -college and I. a ,. dry f' His not believed this' will, be MODd..,. ,, '
and Col. S. T.' Fletcher'' and
I J. Hall Brumaty;of Tampa.Any beginning :of which they" may' well feel..r', Mv;.\y 'J. 8.. Carr and Captain don;* however< although_this legal
I proud. Mating returned home'Wednesday contest,.. it is :sold;' will ,be waged
; Orlando. Intelligent person can earn. '''a ten' } strenuously. .
from davs'-outlni
See' those. 'M..tcbl.Am.rlca.a. . ; Coronado r
good income corresponding for newspapers Beauty Corset af H. C., Stanford Co. Beach*. '
Idea Patterns 10 CeD\a. at
pew Send JnltH Caeaar ;
; experience unnecessary .
." .. for particular Empire. Press Syndicate .4ColvC. C. Turlington has purchasedthe Mr.Mi.-Tiller. bold one of his Wae,r''a 'man'pt 'nerye-but sickness" ;

' Nice line o'. Ribbons, Lace and Middleport, N..Y. 41-3t Hay low grove near,the poor, farm. oottarlee hear the J4et.hocJlchurch, to letcyi/ts ,'mark; und, he- ''peeaoro'.fiHrd "
1wo14erl"! .?, the Cash' Bargain. '' M".'HeGr" 'Newton, who ,iwlll : before 10 >'f
mov his time." e4
," ' :f, ""i ' \ .; ''White shoes *t'cost/:corns quick atDann's This property;consist. of fifty acres ; ',:' Stotoee t i : . (
r ,li-ii'" ii. ;Vt '.J "'' S of.l lund,'>upohjywbichythere are:,on* his. family there, ; ,vi N' \.rW; caused by: a torpid {)llvr.I .' f; J 1 seMno \ .jI.'
.n. OD Baturday.5.Oci.Jl2th,5tor7 : : '; I!1 Being'I caljei';; ;to eAtintaito.Herdthe '{ thousand orangetree*, seven T.hundredof :.Contractor;or" Frank'. d'l},1jolfj'.c"BasIsnowfableto ; IJ.P""" wH-1 regulate jour tiver'tmi'....' ,..u $ .'-!

: and Mrs. JWJordan7a, ,. _. r.;',_"".' 'daugh'f ;0,.,,, ',; funeral .ervlcea" of .a brother,'*twill which Tare bemrlwr -\:'.TTils 'season drive out in his.'buggy, and.",with I' health. Mrs.. Carrie'Alutln. ,';Hollon. .
;. he expects) to get 1,600 boxes of. fruit. Kansas., writes: 'I consider Her
the aid
of his -crutches
r' not be'able to fill the pulpit at the ; can. 'J'o anywhere
was bine"the'beet medicine I"ever beard of:
: The
purchase price 17,000. .
old anitabie for he,
I paper many punpease'rch next Sunday wants to. ' f.
l office at 20 cents I am 'never: 'without tt.t'Sold- byRoberson' ....
sal this ;
for at CUAS. M. BBITTAIX', Pastor. liny the .
school supplies at
t hundred.; .* Cash- Bargain your Store., .Mr E. D.. Hogan came up from Pharmacy., n
., 'Pansy Seed and all other klnrti"of : Lougbmaa Sunday, and has beenpending >, '
,y !:.14...useful. from present Eve cents with up; at every lobe C..h flower seed and bulbs. We have just Mr. and )1.... R.. D.'Fuller\ c nle' up the week! here doing. Jury Our Poor, Fvm. J.JIREDDITf.JEWELER' ; : :

t i, .... F. H. LAWSOrc received beat. our Send new for stock price list and; ''if I can'tbe from Lakeside' Groves, Winter'Haven duty: lo the. county,,court. ,Mr. W,"I* Campbell,.'superintendent, ; W'
.' f
) Mrs. C, F, Murdoek.-Of.BU KErtxaat Y's SItED STORE where Mr; Fuller' I I. engaged For Rent-A nice eight room house 1 of the county poor '..rm.'was in' town ; AND'

ir tr,' I. spending. week with' 'relative ., k.,.FI... 'In fruit" crowing, on Monday to large garden and barn in South KisImmee. Monday, and stated :to a' 'represent-' WATCH 13EPAllZlsRr;;, '

w *( (In town. Mr.'J. F. O'Uerry began' shipping spend a.short lime'at' home. ,Mr. .Apply to J. P. Fox, 409 Tler. at.IQ' this paper ...h..,'the crop'' on Call and see-my' L'ln,pf WMcles' '
Fuller1 think that of the''finest ,
eirgplants this week., ,He I hat three one I Street, Tampa, this Office.. the poor farm < ; Mr/: and Mr. Will McLaughlin acre Just coming into bearing, whichbe' fruit sections<< in Florida, and Is' setting or fully as large'If;' not )larger, than that.' Old W.t.cbe.k; Part'Pay.:,

have moved into the flai next door to says are specially fine, and .from out. groves down there f r'.qu'l' a ,;Fl tr.nume 'back combs and Delta. of.'aiie.loa", which, amounted. to Hurt on'New Ones.- .
i Vallsy 'Gazette office: number of people atKati'i., : ,. ,.-. ,t i .. .
which he expects to [gather 'a. large about. 3,400 boxes 'of trait. This lethe
1 'lYlse' Minnie Hlnton came, down tQueenQuallty thlydyear'h. succession that this Any artloleof Jewelry Promptly;Or-' =
crop? Dwelling, for rent, apply to" M. Foa KENT-Two eottage 'in O'Neal '
sx Orlando Tuesday on a visit. to all Tiller. ' A Osborne .ddlr.lon-oo. five-room grove h.*', bonae heavy crop, and ;;'dered. upon, Bequest, _

i l family of Dr. M. J. Hick, H, C.St..Dfor4 Shoe. ,.;. styles, at and one three-room. Apply toW Mr; Campbell thinks this record nan -,. -- .. .. ,.. L .#.
),tr. R. D. Fuller who li spending
now ,
L be
VAN provided
kept 'indefinitely
? up a
a Try 4.Le new barber shop Every M\\. A..E. Drought js now rapidlyrecovering a few days In town, report* that
sufficient amount of the right kind of
+; lag". clean fcew and towel up-*.to-date.. M>)a*,Sharp*....Iee.. r aflr from his recent paralytic Lyon Benson the boy who formerly Rev... W.. A. Mvers will preach 'a fertilixer; I. used. The Ferf eat II- k

rl ..., stroke and. b.i' written to friend delivered bread for tbe City' Bakery, special) sermon 'at the Ifetbodistchurch Osceola the only 'county' In. the
,:W'anted. -A sootier to put"up brrliontracV. here that. he will be discharged from but for the past ye .rbas been worklOA'10r'MI' next Sunday morning', taking for his State that derive a handsome" annual .

.' Material ready made the return here about]I Fuller In bis grove operation text. '!Why"God.Don 1 Kill the Dey, .". revenue,from its poor farm., Score. ., Florida 'Cltueiie. ,Have: ... .

t ": " W.8. MAKDfSOMA_ 00.. Oct:,.Ulob, near Winter 'Haven, has purchased" All-color narrow-velvet Ribbon sit Leeraed It.. '

./all.and inspect our line of Dry beautiful line of White Shirt about fourteen acre of land 'with a H. C.Stanford Co.. A, Mo t'w.rtby'Artkte': : if you Buffer from. backache, '" ;

a. *' ; They are new and up-to-date.. . WaUt. at H. C Stanford. Co.. house and barn on it, and' q"; plantinga Mr- Leo.Wolf. .,' .who. ha., been ;When an article has been! 'on' the 'There ii'wsy to. cure iLTb d .

,r: CASH .BABOAXJ SToas.r7orebifm'i Msr*. E. >A. Nlemeyer'J and 'WIU fruit farm. woo 1* only'fourteen: pending a month' yacation at his market.. for years and''gain' friend perfect"way I* ,to cure "' -

W Patent Oxford' areloorreotthlnga McLaughlin ham opened UP a fancy year old; bus'fi lull of pluck'' and borne in Mississippi, ,returned lat every ..r..I'; 1*.safe to call ibis medicine De,'. r. r ",,

to *,,1.. oomfort, grocery and fruit .u.K'd in the building energy and will" someday. be leading night and 1* again 'at his post behind a worthy one. 'Such 1* Ballard A bad back; mean,sick kidneys: M' ,

/?ousd aa B\C.. Stanford Co. just vacated by the postoffloe.: .The, fruit grower the counter,in Kau' St.O....; *. Horehound Syrup ft 'positively Ngleot it, urinary'trouble- follow;, .
of' 'Floyd care cough and .11' Pulmonary Doan'. Kidney.."ma4e"fCIIP:: t.
will also handle the product Mr. White Star Lanndry.i-R.S. .
waist '
An .lepnt.IID. of silks .
.rk:'of toM dorm:XX: x:*, Lesley left Nlemeyer' bak.' "ea. A Co. .for diseases, 'On*"of knowdmerchant. kidney o.l,._ '? c' a,
v by way' of Fort PI.0 and spits .at Kau's. In Mobile,. '.AJ...., pays: :JS. B.I Lemon*., eigsrms ser.'livingat -1 : "
''This I I. to notify allconcerned, .that I Yr.58.'B.'Aultmas' came'up'trom 1311 Ashley, streetTampa, na.,' '
' ,
orance"grove ,Cow ;
his dlw at The Bishop, A. Wa1r.era.'D."D., ,W i "For'l my family/ has notbeen'troubled -t'I used Doan'
: Kidney Pill I
<< says ;\<
"'. I warn all p..rt.I..lrom'b..borla orhiring Tampa yesterday to meet,, 10[... AuIt
:; , : Ia-D., will preach ..a the 8.; JamesA. : watt! the wintercough., and they'cured me of 'bsoksoheanddUorder '* '
my'.daughter Bessie Prescott. man and Miss Bettle who are expected 't
''j1 Yatrick's old M. ]C."Zion church in Kisimme, we owe this to Ballards Horehoitad ot' lobe kidney Two: orb. 1;
-; |(*w.ber.ber clop at ;artistersant She i* minor .and; ha :rub 'away to.arrive. here from .Oeorc,,,, Syrup. 'I.knowIUi..*saved childrea three time, on.account of the palnin'-
tonaonlal .
kd. Service by a - where Tueadav night Oct. 22nd.The publicat my back I... unable to. to word'
fad Inr from bom*. they have been .peadID.lie '' my: go ,d
latest 'sick Sold
al .
wlth the from many, ..palls. .
large are cordially Invited 'to attend for several day The
: secretion
.. PHKSCCTT, summer ot ,
d **, .1. iV. F. tonight. Mr; Aultman ha "
>ering-; , Roberson'PbanD$ .
: 'the' .nlCe.-n.. ,E. ;CotJAiKS;; by the kidney were 0.' very bad -eon, -
'Sate' rented Mrs. Hootea's new bottag on dition dark la color and if allowed t<< .
merchant andcommissioner For or n.Dto.-Sbf room cot to
sbJ.'F.. O/fUtacoat; of tage. Apply to Mr. C.'V; Bearden.. upper Mala ....... and will Pastor: 5. ,4Mt.. Mr*..;;..]lies ,Cadman arrived In stand would become of theoonsUtsaey;
. { > :a aD'", ? make their,home her for tbe ''present, 'PL AxTi.; We New york from England on Friday of jell]. I. tried various, u '
are now order r..a..i
' .ler'Us in Town the 'early part 'W. B. Makln.aa.Co.. r oelhI.* taking what seemed, l1ke./ : It ,
ti Mr.-Aultman'going, back abd:'forth for plants to be delivered- Oc i morning by the Lusitania, after,, a medicine t ,
and I also .
+ r ft*.week. week five carloads barrel materialtave between this place and Tampa.,, where tober. We will 'following' tour and hour put on piaster. T It.1g '
ran of days twenty but nothing helped .'
me at all untilgot
'Mr iitler popular end boop--andfwlll: ,.in futuremanufacture kind by the million! ,Cabbage, Lettuce
Sam Al* a be engaged. In business. Klasimmee: from QueenMon to SfDCi".Jlook; 'with Doan' Kidney Pill npoa, ...
Onion. Cauliflower .
J1 tof the grip, spent* Sunday and their own flab, barrels. is! glad to w.leOmehMe good people. Beet, *. Celery Send for price II... three thousand pesMoger 1 Mr*, rice.of a*frlendof iptne. &D '.DID<<:

ay here: with"b's' .aunt, ,Mr*. The material" above barrel-mentioned I. ...1"4." _14......."andw, .v hope .they KjavNKn.y'B.. .. Smoo STOWS, and Mix Cadman left..'01'? Jacksonville cured them according in .to abort direction time.1. ''. 'they. r' C:, .
a '
enough, to,,pot up. ,000 will ) remain, "Palatka,'Fla.., me very
Rsr - i,Gilbert. t '* : permanently." -- ,. and remained with Mr/and )(N. For,sale by all dealer, 1 price Mcento. :' ,M.
r :r;{'Arch Baa*. of vYWttler. wa Fresh stock garden and flower seed l" Kadslyff*.Cadman' till.Tueeday, ;,,arriving .- .', .. -.Kl1ban. Co t Baffalo. ..., r 1
D last week.for a few days: .HI* at.the Klsslnomes Drtw,Co.; 4. ., ;. {Reaiagoe'pr a ilw.T i'. \ I i :Tiere. Tuesday evening' en route WjiwTork, ,sole agent for the United/ ,,;i"

i, >-ere pleased to see him A:.look :V On,Oct. 25thi the--representatlvebf, ;. r I'*f'offering- 'my r rti.7dso.' .' OD ;We.'wi s h j'to -.tai e0;nip;: ''eineere ,for their bom at Narcooee'after',aa"" I L fUmember y the'uam.-.Do i4." ; "

t,.anJ:bearty.again., .' e ':: ', Bdw,.'V. Price A Cq., Cbesgo'alsad.; : Main shell'for *..Ie. ,The hovel:"ce- thaskso" ',anda b oorswbee absence. of.ovrlx-,, '- month.*... > take no When : '.f)be ;&;f"T Y .. rt
'" D., Vtl" ;: VioysT." 'tb*; ,.PrgkoeaS tag merchant' will/ beat: ,:our atom ulna **vea rooma ,and Is to ar-e',... W ,a+rlt+a+"Ike t\if.; .. ,\'
2 ;' ,laas..'resMIy' 'robMed with a complete.line 'of.Awooln( *',\for ooh
'M Mors. :' mad to measure suit'',, Fit' and work-. wiUila, fAq ne..". Masse' day. "' fJ' ft r' L, ,J,,,W:'AWUMU>AMD i ;Cake xnadWoriar.vHrlea- :?- ea-.' : ':.U" :"" "' .. '',

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-rrf: iAsH: OF .RACES; : : A CONSbLIDATIOH' ,?
liNOSAYHU0RED8y : ? ,'._;?, :-. "
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1' r' and "Two Ne- . In 8otuheratltabse' '
'MHltaryOrgnlutlons F.all Short .I, .). Three White Men Hurt Of RevenuaBureaus" .
-: ;' badly- Baaten': Blind Tiger Where Tall, Income from Be e
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"-I ef the Requirementa of New Dick ; Bank
Re- 18cti n as President Given BodBlow at;Convention .- Booxe Cau. ,of Outbreak. ... Cassis.Chadwick, Will Be Eliminated.,
Law Soon Effective,
: 'II '
Held In Atlanta Wrecker P ass w *way, :J.
Rural -.-- .. ,, "
of Carriers. ''
Two ba41ynjured'e1' lodged in ''
contained In a dispatch M'Y. A Washington special ,aays: 'e-%
E The statement . ... ..
all at Toccoa; Oa. und.r charge ,, }
(( ; felony ,' I .,.a3 of tie Internal re* ?
.from Washington Friday, jto tbeffect' three'whtte anen''slightly wounded 'otlssloaer' Capers t
,CONVENTION ADJOURNS that In 'this year's Inspection. RESOLUTIONS >. ADOPTEDHprptan one pitched battle with guns, among WAS QUEEN OF .FORGERS, enue burtAU baa under coaalderaUOIII;]
: .. and consolidation: ,.
I not "a single Georgia, military company i > the negroes, and, numerous 'fights': .. the rearrangement '01 a + t
4 was found to conform to the ( Form' of Bale, Approved' ; have been the results of blind tiger Borrowed Right and Left on for revenue> collection and .southeastern, ,

4 'Annual oaf the'.oao-' United States 'army organization naturally .i Careful Seed Selection Closer corn liquor', sold .at the negro, Lula Fictitious. Representations' and number 'of southern
I; caused comment (UpAst Association', which' has been In states. "
ciation ,In Atlanta a Brilliant Sue? 'those interested: some in the national'amoD"1 Trade ,Relations; Drying !of &e8.on'( Two-Mlte'Clturch'aeat. Toocoa.i Brought Ruin to, Bankers arid The constitution ot' Oklahoma which: '

't Teas- Omsha. Gets the questions Seed Cotton Recommended.; for several days. Depositors Alike was recently adopUd", absolutely, pro '
of Georgia, and numerous > v\
Next Assembly. were asked as. to the meaning of It -=-- The.association. is 'composed of the,, ---.- hlblts the'; sale of Intonlcatlng .

-- Inquiry at the oce of Adjutant General The elimination of the purely specu negro<< tbutchest' throughout northeast < 'Mrs. Casala'Chad' ,wick, whoso amax- 'a' bee8Ie.; within the states borders -, ,,.,

':The election of officers the selection A. J. Scott at the capItol.., developed atlve aide of tho cotton exchange bustness '. Georgia 'and art" of eastern South ink financial 'transactions culminated ,. and on January Into 1. 1808.effect!: com in?

R eta place ot meeting for 1908, and atrouey'ridy the, tact that the statementWas : Carolina.,and thousands are In attend. In the wrecking an Oberlin bank, plete prohibition goes
Is advocated the recent ac.
by. International Carolina, by
around the city l were. the correct There are none of the ance. died in, the woman's-,, ward at they; Ohio Georgia South erM .
Georgia commands which at tha, Cotton Congress, which: Adjourned at .1 'Sunday afternoon the shooting; And penitentiary; In "Columbus Thursday I ton! of,the ,stat-ls partly" prohlblUoi
teaturea of the closing day of the sixth Wednesday around the'church' grew and partly under: 'dispensary sys
time 'conformed to 'the regular army Atlanta ) night i iI fighting so hla1 t. -

annual session of the National Rural requirements .By-tbe vote of. four to one, the,task general and dangerous that white peo No friend or relatives waited at'her' tem.To changes

Free Delivery Carriers, Association'in.Atlanta But 'in this "Georgia was not alone. I of evolving some plan of regulation I pIe'atYlne near'complained to'-Sheriff!: bedside; only the prison,,physician sad I carry'' into effect these : order '
I'D' executive >
1'' pHaters ,The' military organisations of only ten I Stow,; The,la tier. with Chief of Po Us Attendants. would necessitate. e.
that would prevent gambling,, was referred Mize the 'church: Justat Mr \' :the president, but 'the'action ot
the election of officers came states had at the time the adjutant Uoe went to, : Castle I* Cbadwlck; whose by "'" 4 '
peoria general's report WILl drawn conformed ,.to the committee on permanent night,* quelled the riotous conduct :maiden 'name was Elizabeth Blgley. some of the, states as to the sale of, -' -43
: named at the eeem. la-,
up committee! to the regular army organization, and organization Onevote' was: cut by with some difficulty and arrested Rich was, a. native of Woodstock. Canada. Intoxicating. ,, liquors to the'

session to revise: the COD.Utution.and, In only two states was this conformation each of the five organization.. repre Barber of )Valhalla C,'who'started She first came into public notice in ternal re venue'officials"to' make aonio

by-lava. presented its report. There complete. Colorado and Florida bad tile shooting.. Toledo, Ohio about twenty years ago action of .this character ans adanlnlavtratlve
wss' practically no change In the organic conformed.. In 'part; Missouri with the I sensed at congress. Tbo sheriff!: started to the,, city with .wbere she told fortune under the I necessity. ,H Ii' not likely C '
The convention moved to take this betaken
u Jaws of the'body' suggested, exceptas exception of headquarters and the hospital the nep.o. ,but before reaching the corporate name of Madame l> vlcre. Wbllo in however, that definite/'action will '

to''the per capita tax. Since corps, and like exceptions 'were step because It was urged very' earnestly limits, the prisoner showed Columbus she forged the name of Richard for some week-; 01/. ,

noted In Ohio,'Tennessee., TexasWashington by the delegates from various light and sprang from the buggy with Brown,.ToungBtown. Ohio and for '
r Ute formation of the organization the "and'' Wisconsin, Oklahoma and organizations' nothing short of the' Intention of running but Sheriff this'crime was 'sent to'the penitentiaryat SPINNERS" FAVOR .EXCHANGES.. t

per capita assessment has been 10 cents Oregon were the only two In which unanimous approval of all measures Stow caught him and a terrible fight Columbus for nine ;years. -

.a year.' The'committee'suggested in conformation was complete. by all the associations of cotton growers ensued. After several minute liar She served but a portion this sent Representative Heflli Tells Why ,His

IU review of the laws that the annual Qoorgia troops would have been and cotton manufacturers would bee was beaten into 'submission. and, tenC8'"alld :'then'', located In Cleveland Resolution Felled| of Adoption.J. .

: draft upon the member be made' $1cnch much' nearer In conformity with' United produce effective results. landed in jaiL wbere'she married a'man named (hoover Thomas' hefts repre.entaU Incesrress t

rear--twlce the amount paid in States army requirements had it Condemnation of gambling methods John Cape a white'man. lives about Her second husband was Dr. L

the; pant The proposed'' increase not; been for the fact that after they wan heard .on all sides -but /the spinners one mile from the'' church. During roy S. Chadwlck of Cleveland, a man trlct and the author' of the'resolnUon.

brought about a lively discussion. Some'' fought they had all the necessary law; made It clear that exchanges ot Saturday night,'a drunken negro Thou.Browner. of good, family 'alld.exceallent standingin denouncing gambling In cotton ex.

4 members were emphatically opposed to other requirements were pit) upon some kind were necessary tothelr business ., who>> lives near Laronlowent his profession.In I changes! which was vigorously' debated'
; .
the Increase Others'favored lt And them by the war department and that despite the evils In exiting ![ to the home' of Cope and demanded the latter part of 1903:! or early ''In the 'recent cotton congress, la :At _

,.et', others declared U; 'a good movement -' "111 1905," said Adjutant General ( exchanges these Institutions possession: of the house. After some, : in 1901, Mrs.* Chndwlck. In the presence I lanta. In discussing the defeat of uf?

but expressed themselves Scott, "a ,commission drew a code for must be resorted to until some better words, Cope secured his shotgun and of her husband, gave to Ira Reynolds resolution said:

againstr, ao radicaL, change at once. Georgia and submitted It the secretary methods of protectlon'agalast loss front' fired at the negro but fa ed"to hit the cashier of the Wade Park I "I have .always believed that the.

'The 4lJscu..lon resulted in'an endorse of war.wbo referred it loathe war college. future fluctuations could be devised. him Having no more shells. Cope : bank of Cleveland a bas'cootalnli1c cotton spinner was a friend or the ;

incur of the increase;' that' increased' It was'approved with ono'slight It was pointed.out that the men seeded took his wife and children to the borne. notes signed with the name, of An j. peculating exchange: ; J am DOW. absolutely

.assessment to become effective July exception returned and enacted Into from each of the Ave organ 1- of a neighbor. x. drew Carnegie. There forged note* convinced of that fact, The,

1 1903, law by the general assembly of 1005. talons, by taking counsel among Returning to big house Immediately are alleged to have amounted to |7.- : New England, spinners, without a'
v The salaries of the national omcen ")n' June, 1907, we were notified by themselves and considering the interests with several whne friends, they found 00,000. Reynolds gave to Mrs. Chad- single exception opposed tny resolii ilion

were not 'changed, except .that of the the war department that out organization of all aides might bo able: to reach Browner In bed asleep.'TIre negro refused wick a receipt for the papers which to comj>el 1 the cotton excliaaKew '

treasurer. The treasurer has' been did not conform to that of the some conclusion that would be approved to surrender and a general fight : described the notes and the signaturesupon to actually deliver the cotton sold.

'drawing; '%$' a, year since the Rural regular army. The previous approval next year by the whole ronTess. ensued. After several shots were them. :Mrs. Chadwick left with I, The Southern Cotton Association and

Free Delivery, 'Carriers Association of our.. code by the department was !fired entrance to the house) waa obtained :' Reynolds as ,an explanation of the the Farmers' Union favored the adoption

was Clrz ia1aed.: That turn the review- Ignored and when we requested it, the The congress unanimously approved and the negro was beaten Into existence of the }lote-s the statement of my resolution and In separatemeetings

ft lag committee though V" aa wholly inadequate necessary additional legislation; was the square bale of the same style of nbmla loo. In the flght C. C. Walters I that she' was ft natural daughter of both endorsed ItC, W

and Suggested that the' ail suggested to us. That was drawn up packing and co'Yerlne' the Egyptianbale. and two.other'white men deceivedpainful \' Andrew Carnegie. I I Macarn, of England, president of ..the
air''' oe. made 1100. The suggestion In tbe ''shapo 'of a bill, which war' injuries With the receipt of Reynolds In her International Cotton Spinners Rasa

was'"made effective! by, the, adoptionof passed at ibe recent session of the They recommended that southern The excitement near the church was possession, Mrs.' Cbadwlck: : went to elation, told me during-; the debate on

a 'resolution covering the change of general assembly and went Into effect farmers hold their Cotton for thirty at a high pitch and some of'the white : different banks, and making loans my resolution that be was In favor

figure The ..tarTorUe president on October ,1.. We now have all the days before having it ginned that the people arm:.d themselves In anticipation and paying not only blah Interest to of It, but could ''not support It at this

and that, of the secretary $500 each law necessary, and tbe only thing yet staple might fully mature. of further trouble. the banks, but: heavy bonus*:? to the time and he intimated that something; i,

a' ;year,.. and ot the members'- of the to .accomplished Is to bring about They favored compression at the gin. bank officials who loaned Ber-the' mon' might, done, at the next conferc e..

't executive.'committee three In number the proper.Organizations under It. the foreign spinner appealing for a, THIRD TERM FOR TEDDY ey. The extent of these transactions I told him that I was very much afraid

,! ,''each' annually,* were pot ,41s; "The Georgia.troops will' bar In, full. bale'of greater denalty. will never be fully known, but they ''that the impression ,would:'be made

,lot lrbe4.. conformity with the requirements' of, They; urged more careful seed selection. Favored. by General Helm of Mlsclslppl .. ran up Into the millions: -They involved that the spinner waa backing the M**>

\Tbea 'the election of officers came the ''national government by January. ,. In Open Letter; ,men! 'or high standing: l.n the ulator. <*'

oa President Pan L. Lindsay of Georgia 1. 19118." They endorsed the buying of spot Brigadier General George M, lIeJm.mmandlnc' financial world and caused heavy! losses I '**I, think .that tho, conference! hoc ri

-vacated' the chair.. .Mr: McManns'o ,Georgia's regimental organization Is cotton for, future delivery the Second brigade, Mississippi to many 'banksIn done good In a grat: many wajr's: '

,Texas ,taking up the gavel, asked now In ,conformity' .with the 'govern The congress killed, the resolution dlvUlon ''United Confederate '- November' 1904. she was' sued' has shown the cotton prodaetiF"i lk .

per nominations{ Indicating t .'olllcera meat requirements, with the exception providing tor more frequent statistical Veterans, ene of the wealthle.t'plaot by a man named Newton of UrooUlne' .situation in the cotton, word;' It hue. "

In-ste elected. of the' hospital corps which some of crop reports from the government. ers of the delta and lifelong,, democrat Mass.. from'"holl1 she bad borrowed shown him that the speculator aid

,M, 5C Stoddard of Virginia was ree the regiments are lacking. They earnestly advocated closer trad 1 has created much surprlsa In a large amount, which she was unable the spinner are not enemies bit that

4kgoite. 111.the chair,", and'lnt 1 apleasat ; It U .re lIlred' that, each -regiment relations; looking forward to the time :. political circles and among confederate 'to pay Other .creditors' came there is.a, very cordial friendship be--:

manner, presented Uie Lame of shall have twelve' companies, a requirement when fanners' 'organizations, through veterans; by an open' letter in down on her, and within a short,time, tween them. It baa pat the procl" rOD '\

c Mr, U..4sy, lHt;.reetd> t.,\ Prom all which Is lacking In all the Georgia ,their agents, willbe,, able to, deal dk which he strongly advocated the.elec- .he-: was placed under arrest | by.. the notice that, be mast rely upon huot.i .

eettons of th0'ps..albiyball delegates regiments. Each regiment '''must rectlywltlr the Bpinnera.W, '. tion 'of President Roosevelt for a third. federal 'authortUes'oo the,I charle::of,.!i self in ,hia organizations) to enforce)' w
t ''ctalmed;attention of the presiding officer have a hospital corps; some are now The following:; report on closer trade term.' '. conspiringWlUU Charles Beckwlth.the'' the demand for a'fair and reasonable> ; w,

to second .ibe' nomination. without- It* Eacb infantry companymnst.bave relations between the'grower and spin-' General Helm waives .the question president and A. D. Spear, of a national price for cotton. Tbe curse eC eke,

No opposition'indicated,,.and (,be CS''as a min .ner' was adopted; ot;' republicanism ,,"deca.. to trivial bank at Oberlln Ohio, ,which'. gambling exchange, backed by for.5

'secretary 'waa'directed' by".the. chair- imam each light artlli8l7 battery 13S "Be !it resolved That the International for discussion, a.ia4 'urges" that party bad been substantially I looted. sign and New England tpinaora. I..

matt' to .cast the ballot.of.the'''lIOc:' and.each, heavy. artillery company 6J. convention of cotton growers and lines be dropped in order that the Mrs. Chadwick had obtained from' upon us. Let'us support our local farmers

',tlea i tor'Mr. Lindsay.< Announcement of Few companies] have yet conformedto manufacturers' Is of the opinion that business interests of the' south. maybe -. this .InaUtuUO .such large
the l'Mal':1I'a.' received with, applause these requirements/. ,as to.minimum by closer relations} between grower benefited by
j teat was. an' ovation' to' President' Und numbers. I... J" ,' and spinner a great dealOf the' grew Roosevelt in office,, the chief reason its doors, causing; heavy losses to the* the J Farmers' Union will one) dar ''t

see'. t The question'naturailyariaesas to eat expense in handling cotton can he urges belnfi1 tbe' construction of depositors '.nd.rWntng. many,of them. exercise a power whose Inflaeaoa will

1C B.:Crum of Michigan 'was nomltaate4 wbere the 'other compauTel'necessaryto < : be ', eared and the evils attendant on the deep water da&llllellrom.the lakes Mrs. Chad wick...Beck with and Spear' be felt wherever'. civilization: 'amfarls'her .:

for, rice president Mr. Crum.election' ffl1'outthi .regiments, are .to come violent,fluctuations'. of the market be to the gulf. were indicted for .variety of offenses, flag' and 'human being. wear, ,
'- was without opposition, and from. , mitigated.t against' 'the' national banking law. clothes.: .. '
was_ unanimous. ' "We are further of the opinion that ALLEGED EMBEZZLER ARRAIGNED Beckwith died before coming to triaL .
P. B. Cull of Musachu.etts, who baa HANSON BIFFS .D DEMAGOGUES. the extension of the warehouse system Spear ;pleaded guilty 'was sentenced, r NEGRO, BURGLARS'LY CHEO.

been secretary of the association since In the, southern states and the Percy' Fonvllle on Trial for, Aiding .lit to'' '. Yen years 'In the penitentiary, '- .

''Its formation< and whose work has. been Action of State and NationalGovernments creation of'selling offices will tend to Looting of Bank. and is now' serving time Columbus Two Swung to' Telegraph Pol. and

:, ._oat thoroughly,, satisfactory ""to those Against Railroads .Denounced. bring about closer, trade relations,and The sensational, case against Percy Ohio. 'Mrs. Chadwick was brought to Another Riddled ,With Bullets. *c 'sturbedj
-::i afar whom a.'.has been keeping"mlnvtea President 3.F., Hanson of the Con.tral'of 'are;'therefore '''Worthy ot encourage Fonvlllo'of Alabama formerly engaged trial on March' C, 1903, and 'after.'a .1: Three 'negro moo were lynched 'at.TunicaMlas. .,

f. ; tbAM .bait diwen .1ear.,, .. nomlaated -: Georgia railway and the Ocean ment. by both producer and spinner." in the bucket shop business' III hearing 'which-las ted ':'for two weeks, ., "Iowa aisles; of'k.rclarlea. <, ''

,tor soother term by Delegate. Steamship company' spoke < In -Savannah llerr. Huffier on'behalf of the visit. Charlotte 'and In,South Carolina, who ,Was found -.guiltY of :conspiracy to dev ., Two were bangedto! telegraph

J taU ot' Coanectlcut who, in pre-, Friday night at a smoker given ing delegates thanked .the state. ,of Is charged with complicity; In embce- fraud' national, bank.-- and was 'sentenced pole .'. other! : :wne shot to, death, '

j... ., seating -:-Mr Cull's .name' evoked ire representatives' .of' tbenorthern'presswho Georgia and Governor Smith 'the city sling' the ''funds of the Charlotte National ,to "10 years in.Ufe penitentiary!, 'The negroes; were Will Jackson Jim .

'qBMt applatisa ;a.' he 'recounted the ,were' present as guestsof tho ,' of Atlanta and Mayor Joyner the bank, to the extent of > about Her health, 'which was 'not' Shonty 'and George Hobinson. They;

'work; Wri-Call: bad 'done,as' secretary. Ocean 'Steamship company, having chamber of commerce and PresidentJ. $70.000 in which bank, Cashier .Frank the time 'of the trial' failed steadily bad been pieced in the Tunica JeiI\;\ + '

'". #-/; There l Was no opposition to >lr. Cull come to SaVDnoah'trotn' New York ou I: Wllle Pope an4 the ladles,committee Jones now 'serving sentence! ,,'in1\ the after its conclusion.;, ': where hey''. ollfea.e" to a aeries' ot,

1 t ,as the,.aecretary' abir.Uot'tor'the' the maiden voyage. of:'the ,'steamship of Atlanta for' the courtesy and ;Atlanta prison got the money, and,ran Mrs Chadwick'<,left one. son, Em He burglaries,covering.about'ten years. , ;. .A
_association. City -Savannah. ,hospitality/ shown the visitors.. away, came up Friday morning' ,In ;uOonr, born of her r.tmarrlD.8'1, Some time, during the night the egroes .;' "';fJ
V h ,;J.t D. JVilllams of.Pennsylvania President! I'Hanaan, 'caused; a ,sehta- C. 8. Batrett about20 'years, 'tt.
: proposed a resolution Greensboro, .. C. He Is now. < wer: splrted| away 'Iron\tbei p
reflected national treasurer 'bis name Uon by .a; denunciation of. the governments thanking Herr, Huffier and the, European The ,decline l in Mrs,. Chadwlck/s, jail and the 'sheriff .and1 blil dapatles f;'

.' kelnig 'placed. in, nomination by .C. M state and national that. have delegates'' having honored Atlanta ', CENT"RAL'C' UP,TO JUDGE.' : health began almost from the time' claim:. they do not know oyen' the,bout* t''oj
'AQant. of Iowa: become arrayed ..against'-the railroad with ; ', January 'when' '
their presence Harvte Jordan .he' entered the the prisoners were" taken: ,ne.
fif Uttlo Rocks,, Dayton, Ohio; Albany.N..T.i Intere.ta* wa' .of the country 110'laid':: le oneled'the motion, which .was Fight: !: Against Railroad .Comm .aion 1906. fib fretted Incessantlyover sheriff teltlt: ;d,' at' a ,comer'_' Inquest rover
f v iJesMolnes., Iowa:'.Omaha,.Neb.- "The waged; on;corporations for enthusiastically carried. Wow' Under, Advisement :her-: eonflnementunt1; It '''became) the' bodies that' the negroes.*'ca'p- .

iutd Milwaukee, Wls., were placed in the but'five'months'led" by,President E.;;D.' Smith' of..South Carolina Insisted 'The'argument.h ,lne,been-complet.ed almost Impossible for her,to sleep. ,'At tors, must have sneaked. while be b''

!,nomination i,for; the next: ,nee ting. Roosevelt, with.'all. the' demagogues that the press should not be forgotten In the Central, of Georgia Railroad times she-was so peevish that the patience -' .and his assistants.were, out and tlaat'iI'. ./ A
_ f f ">,?'be rivalry' was strong, and a num., in at I Ws'I''beefy, ,has :
# ;bet ot:{ ballots1' were"necessary.: .. ,The tbe) value of.railroad property I which, was passed' Georgia 'railroad commission,' the ly''tried. Mrs. Chadwlck'was a robust, cells lockpd and apparently undts-.: c \o
r'% rr routes .j ually',nWrowed' down to LltU all. over :the country;/,OIl&-fttUa; I of. .Its 'she '; the' '
ts Chairman McCoU penl : *
was, congratulated entire matter"is now .In"'the 'bands of woman;whoa ; ;' when ui,, 'eptnr rounds], warpQ; ::7J-
r llcI k.an4.0maha. and on thelas( previous .yall1.. I on' his'lmpartlal'; rulings..-/Secretary Judge i Newman 4of thsJJnlted: /"E trtea{ 'tentlary .'but'finally'wasted a way;;',and' made later. ' l I' "f+tItiwu'th.'lnob's
Omaha won out, by a'good mar;. The administrsUon In Georgia Is so Woodbnry 'and Assistant before had' lost tally !hJJtr'Ol1n4a at the'' '' n'
t a against' Secretary, district: court at Atlanta', whomthe' ; : : > ; Intentionto bang % .
;..... I cevere railroads herald, thateven. Bryan'' weer also thanked 'tor their ,- attorneys appeared. ..' time ot her death Her"'last Illness all tbrea pegroest,\\)but:' after'Zacksoa! ,',,']
of Omaha ended'the' Governor Iloke Smith, :who'was; v ,
relctfon : weeks;
IE 'Tae errlces.. three when
t the dated back "about' andShontsbadbeeabanged
'week for ; KobJn-'fSJ
; It required the'.on tire -' /
r ",wOrk'ofthe,'convention, and adjournMenltto strongest la-' Ida'antagonism" does! nospprove : 'Tie,delegates left'on a''pe lai'train legal jrepresentatl vei'ot'' "the 'road, u dot 'the' suddenly'collapsed.' .! ,She was confined son 'broke> out fof a,, barn, :where 'ho f j :' :.
:ot the 'which
length to. ; the ,
:' .. '. meet in' the Nebraska'metrop>, railroad'commission'' waste' to at midnight for" Birmingham" and New. ,the commission to make a full presentation to the hospital-from' that.<. ,,, ,' :,was' being J.held. &'"t.,:' .'
go. '
qejcireajr'; '
: ike Orleans until her dtath.ROOSEVELT. fled.
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.fI, Anneal ConVentlon; Adjourris at Atlanta Mayor. ....rman Has a 'Scheme ,He - Result ' = Lou I I 'to Another Location With theftxpectatleiFOf Santa'Fe Company-Facea Fine of Over' "' .,.
ofUnited Mine .tri. >
., a illlati .f ,Glary;. Hope. Will Bring-'Peace, '.Head- ,, Workers'Be- of First Days Hunting '. b.tter'Luck' : '
y lla' bangnet'tbealoetlaieetlt i ..The settlement of the lava strike at pause of III, Healthto lelana Canebrakea L scarcity' bear, I ,,Million. "t f, (
brilliant:, the of Itoos *
av'J to '
,, At'Ix
WHfc ; 'la'13tamboul.I. Owing >. Angeles SaturdaT brlel ;f<-
tnoya! ae..l D.ott1ie.AmertC&Ji:. New:Orleans!,'of JQ.OOO ;cotton: aadfreight 'John Mltofaell president of the Uni ,A courier! wham arrived at Bayou'T.nehaha. pass after
Yelt camp deliberation .
handlers bir' Mine.Workers,: ., announces1\ Ia if lb.cut'Mnt *.; from' president's'o4mp. oat the the jury' in tbei' COM oa*
a public investigation.
Boiler MAnuIacJturera"Association: came I d+::into' history. 'Thepresldent.. ;left .
Mine'Work- .reported ; th.ttchl.on..Topek4; and Santa:>. .
Jiasijeot the United Thursday'evening
.Tensas late
, ti 'AtlaaThursdaraIght 'Into POrt':tconditionswaprcpom, . ,' "
; '' o'clock Friday
; B morning
;, to .;etosaltpt tilts wtrjFHday. 'by ,IJ.layof. -: ehrmu.- He: ....*'.Jot rna that'he will not be a cancUdAte -'' that the' praldeot a bsdi1dfad"at'flnIback.bnt ralroad'companysharasd irlth'retta "
.'. A.Lrate-andthelr". wlVea'wbd and bead.dtOwardS; Bur'lAke.wbellct .
_ __ laid this' :fov.ctloq ias pr' 1cSell&;;He ;: xh.rwhlih.3layga Las! '' ctsyatt.ndana.apon.the;: ,J bualnsNanessiorss ; :; ,tnatter' formaKyi; before all ? .' 't he,,wll", remove to another camp; whlctwia :''a1I-,
been I fall-"c6unts"enutoerated .
.fpsdlsr tfrebaa. n eaxet>aages oft! the, dty, says(ba his annowMunent: that be dos r''IIt"J--&rI'eD'Of j ; result? x be"pliebecs'DMI' Newojlton/ in Teuas 'Jb the'.iatdti .
ay.'t4-re'/a'iTi, :ments.
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himself atUnsihi valfr- broidlnt down tees a ,, 'b.'fot'
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t. It" a. fektoHTH.c: Rmwdy. .or>a1oilifOrrISItBeti.Z : 'lira Johnson (over the ?tati.DeaDI ) > DESPONDENCY

.,. ; :q i' BY THC'j2LVSt : : I All met 7'0'004 llvtn'., Henry. Clay. t1

Jekastont, 'V.: : 'Ave b tb ''1DIP'-'of eewaatte deiwageeawat. _
''lloetecall,; Parana, a:gnat: 1DAY' .I( RA W:'MEND Jar. Jehnstonl-rTol'Me; : ,'chile tll-blo. ', MM Bator*'* warning w+ -

tlaoia CkIt.. refer to'Perona. as a But ,*"ead-'have-seen' do ,way:nafc J.woa .a will sooner . ;_

V great eatilrhleeiedf.. [ Q ::1i1 f"AMPb5.b. ....... suopatted !man fatnakl,- I or ...urali.awt.etuoh _
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people an 1 Beware of Ofatmeat For Catarrh wmykw
b i'the. ." Subjeah, ,(1dkJren. ..... 14
it... to.a Pet'alta 1& ak..' r .' That Contain Mercary, ,. :Weak.'? Tee thy eaaOsra to drag >

s.: ''Wrk rem 'I to caB(.took:' Dropktin'NY.--rreachla Welrfleld at the trying Square Presbyterian Church. at SBecewy wilt surly dwtrar the. MOM oil\(1',' atosw.aad. rafter. wtth aches la the I .

Oar reply Is, that Parsers im both Hamburg avepile'snd street,, on the above 'tbsmi.'. the pastor;, ,smell qM completely. demai the whet sys amaH of 1M bee ';pale low down. '
a Hv. Mat when BMriBg-it the
tonio and a catarrh remedy Indeed,, .dreD..Ira. He'sald Wemmell: ." Henderson. took, ....;-lata" text*Natt.. '1":8. "IJtU chll-. Sac arMUs through Merer BIMOMuitMecv .fee mesa the ride, dragging eneettoaa,' a rveosnesa :
and ambtUoov T
'there can be no effectual catarrh tem' The Bible.Is a book for'the child. I had.almost said It'l a ehtdren's' ai :nu Sn.i.T'ruX' "t6eeea'feGl 'They do not up,.. ...that MM.... Y'lJ. .. ,

dy that Is not also a tonic. book' It Is,written. in.the lantuage.of.the child :for the'most partand its' to ..rf.yes BAa P *" >ly.den.,Iron saaia-enrUtf woman's orna.

Border thoroughly relieve themes are so treated .as almost' Intelligible. .to'youth.. : Its 'tIa..1iaU.. OaUrrh Can.. auuUotared loam and ullrIII41cabJ'JMbIII": MtSS.LCNANAGCt.ecgaaa .. +
fI'"ale 'any. precepts are .for them IU admonitions to adults Importantly. In the byF/J, Ubeaey tie 'Toledo, O.. ooaUia ''a diseased condition of tfaefeMlatne rkUsteje> sad that a.sV. +I
> of, catarrh a remedy must not intere.tjotcbudhood":[; :ltd counsel err."'largely to tbe young. Its.history no mercury* and.m takes: iaaera. ;.. aoUagairtctif / and pains will continue until the eaaae la removed.' '. (

. cnly have a spaoifio action on the ntu- Is fascinating. when 1'roperJ7.deU..ered to the* 'ou.g. Its etoales are fertile &.Iaa., inbuyinglisp'sCatarrbOur.!blood sad uncouk. aarfaoMof

coot membranes affected by the catarrh. > for nj'Plratlon' to the ,mJDd and soul ot: the child.. Its\ Invitation the bo mart yoa nt tbs. (.aorat. It u takta iatcrulljr > i ,Lydia. E.'Pinkham's Vegetable'Coaipound
but It must have child la year ant to tie childlike In heart alike. and made ta Toledo! Ohio, by.y,' '
a general: tomb The greatest aoitiinoiuati . made from native roots and:herbs baa been for the saS
single character with whom the Blblo ha to deal .wadand I. Ou o yUo. free;' many: years y
action.! on the nervous system.Catarrh Is superlatively interested In the.child. Tor whatever else,Jesuswas: I Sold by lrujjgi; price, 7te. per botUa. successful remedy la such--. :No other medicine ba. cib a reeord
J( ,. even in persons who are He was supremely keen In. ,HI*' appreciation" of children; consummately :Take Htll'a .roily l'iUalol' oo..ip.tioI.OEE of aura feminine Ills. ' ,- - : - *

otherwise strong, it a weakened. cxnar4itton philosophical His'nttitude toward them pre-eminently conscious oC their l # :Miss LeasNagel oUf'WorTBLB.fta1o1f': .;'wrlteai'a'lWMt:
ultimate value. lie loved them better than their parents,did. He loves completely. : won out. and on the verve of nerrana prpatratioa.' Hyba.%> "
of coma mucous membrane:: our children mpre than we can ever love them For He saw In the'child "7 told her that In her' pretense my ached all the time.. 1 had dreadful periods of pallI war subfeet to fit*

There must be something to strengthen .whom He took In His arms more than Its mother had capacity to discern. soul soared to empyrean heights ol,In.n of erylnp sad extreme nervousness, and was alwSy weak sad'tired.,'

the circulation, to give tone to the :. He sees In our children more than we. scienUBo students after a fashion of >ble 'bll..." Lydia B.' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely. cured m.'*' -",

arteries,and to raise the vital forces. children as we are dream. Jesus saw the soul value of: the child the' And what' did ho say to that, Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound eurea Female Oocnphdasvnob

Perhaps in the eternal relationship of the being efth: child. to the eternal kingdom of -Bhe ald. -QeeV troutrrllle Conrte'Rjournal. < as Baakacbe. FaUinf and Displacement,and all Organic Diseases;t
no vegetable remedy Almighty God far more clearly than any man before Ills time !and far more Dissolves and expels Tumors at aa early Uage.vIt strengthens sad

,world has attracted so much attention plainly than ws have with alt our wisdom' and attainments In of tones the Stomach., Cures,Headache and.Indigestion, and, Invigoratesthe ,
from medical writers as HYDBA8TI3CAHADZHSIS. surpassing scholarship -Investigation, taken the trouble to sees And It Un.WIDaIcnr"a8oot.1lJac Byntp for OhDOrm whole feminine system.' --

. The wonderful., efflcacy Is not strange that Jesuit should have placed a high estimate Upon the te.thfng.ofteus! U.eJrUlllllr.daoeeiaftamma. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
of this herb baa been child. It Is not at wonderful .the; He should. June given special,atten Uoa allayi ,ounawiDd colic 860& ; bottle '
recognized tion to children. Women .offering from'urform of femaleweakness are Invited. towrlfre .
> &n17ears; ,and h growing in its hold for tbe.child ..:the most Important and most promising as the most The man,bran for an Mrs rlnkham\ Lynn.ltass. lor advlo' Is free).' :

'upon the medical profession. When numerous element In the human.race.. He Is Inescapable. II. Is tho hop occasional laugh needs.sivacation..,

Joined'with"CUBZES and COPAIBA a of the race. He Is the field ot our largest expectations. He. 1* the largest

trio of medical agents formed in Pa- reason for the endeavor and activity of'the world. NomaD can overestimate TELEGRAPHY BOOKKEEPINGSHORTHAND! '
no man should underestimate the child. factor fn,, human history .'
which constitutes D ItIM. r.r.wa.a 6 rd lr bij . I"
runs _
a Ipecileoxemedy _ ajuMn the future of humanity. H* Is worth all our care, worthy of all, , b.oY wd ...,..pu.u.4 Ise MWK ae/r: aw.M 1.e etim er r.Ma, "_u.. 2)--" aLt; ,
for catarrh thatin, .the,present of our e pen4lt1lre.of effort time and money, worthy, of a far more discriminating I Writ BOUTUBIIN: BUSINBS4 OOUJKQK AND TKliEaitAPH: c.BOOLt 11BWNAN 0... '
state'.f medical,progress osanot be and assiduous scientific study titan ha has ever been given. .

'Improved upon. This' action, reinforced -. 'As the result ot: tbe ages and the progenitor of the future of humanity "
by' inch renowned tonics the child of today i* entitled to the best breeding; that possibly he can-re I W.. L. :DOUGLAS I-
as ,
ceive. His parentage should be.far more the concern of society: than It Is. I
_ CfT.T.TTJKTTTA. sTATTA.T mtfHT*, COS" For the child h.. largest relations with the society' at large and society : 33.00&33:8; SHOES ",:;: oni.D '

yrtATJp FORMOSA and CXDHOH has a claim upon him which no family tie no matt.r'bow sacred and beau' -.::::.-HOIS rod tvtirr MtMacii or.r.MH.Y w ,
SEED, ought to make this compoundan tiful that tie mar boor just, can nullify or deny. 80 long as children constitute AT,ALL >JIO&_. 1 7 M li liazsyod

; remedy for catarrh in all iU an Integral and Important part of the social system *o long society ,P.sI Maw/ sea U JlM. AVAa_.,mmm tmt i "w.- r
will be under compulsion-to them as a matter of obligation ,and to Itselfas e gllW.i ....... ..fP.1r { '
land locations in the RewardTnBIfEASOMW.I.DoaalMaoeeemwonbrs .
l' v body a matter of s.lf-concern, to prOcure for every child that Is born Into ell...,.gwU : ....
from a theoretical standpoint,there- the world the best birth that can be obtained. That I. to say that It ought ...,. !! >oita ,
fore Parana to beyond criticism. The to be Impossible for a man to be permitted get drunk1,. the consent of sit ", .Jk.ollir., ,...,..coy otWr nukfUbenHiM,4-.11&1ee.I.5 .
ar" IIsgr.d .up.roewaf.a
Ile of Pennia, confirms this opinion. the State so that In a state of maudlin Intoxication he may be able to send \: 1t..feaa.tyl.ftbeeMp. .n awl otW ..UlUli for ra-H p.rt ,
>n soul into the world. That Is to say that It ought to b* beyond the pale ofpossibility mcu'V ,(!) matfltt' at the(kae and enty ditail of tb..iug.Iw.dsitar brdimesI.ompbaau '
-JrIUDHrhIe >
: ,testimonial from ivory.Halter for 'who / t..tIomYwpotau.dNa.tor.mmaed ( v
". nay person Is mentally, morsllyor 'physically unntted ,V > Ira UIIIJID ........... . I
of the earth furniih for the duties .I; killedt '", wb.s.ra.s 11. blgl.ra x a t a Ib..bed ..
ample ot parentage to enter into the contractual relation of wed f/ .. ud sad___wwfoahip em.I he- I' yl,
.'m4aDoe"U1at.'this judgment is not lock. '.The State ought;and Is under obligation, to provide for the future. ....... w 1S I.a..&4 teks reel sal mYI.rp I _. ...._ >dr, ,
The Held of prenatal Influence Is one which Is too largely neglected. .0. ...... .1- .. ... _. aad.irwywbewwsfslrw.Lweuldtkea r _..; ;,,.. '"
verenthnalaitia.7henpractioaleR* And the AJI ..,.. u.drrsod ...r th e* =J'ii'nla.: at blue Q
yet, under cnldanc of tile wisdom . ,
confirms wtll-c of Uod. and In fidelity to the wwloonrsed.rcof '''''''''.'' 1011. .
:perienoe oonded theary Gospel of Jesus Christ there is no -more .wonderful, as there 111.DO more 1ItIY..; ...,...-t"'M'-- "''I' ". .....-
tbe result is a truth th*.t***r>*:"*&be. fruitful *r sacred'field for study and research, than the life of: humanity In Sagacity of an Arizona'Deg.A' ,' 04UTIONITha.. S" ilDd... ...
II............. Jak y.wrdN4rtarw.a..ctl.tNtes . --. '
:.". -. the fashioning.. Why should we b* so eternally mawkish .God .*... , Icorrespondent' lends..the follow.fug' .ehorart.nrywb.nbreadl.O.aalo.foe... ,o: saantsfDOWKNOW
And shall we te ashamed of'' the,wonderworking, .,of the. bandWrW 4K laterestlng
bit .t toHarper's
A bravo man starts a ..ew'batU.. Instead deity A wOlllan should be"ashamed not to know. .a.father, should fte ,. MALSBY COMPANY:

of 'howling1' about' ,the wounds .ashamed to. neglect.the everlasting truth of God that the prenatal life of Weekly: "In connection* with ) a.aa,roaseT= ST.. ATL&InI. *...taA'" xr
of lb.' a child has more Influence upon 1'-. baraete.- and'' cqndltloa. .Its physical. the 'AnimalControversy being dis tit y air ',, lyRdt.
mental moral and spiritual capacities than all the Influences of after-llfe '''br the prominent 'uaturallau 1BE 1 1' TRg ,1 .wif" .
combined tan ever ha... Knowing this ,.,..shall bo more careful not toeu..e and r nature-writers of the country, I Yna a. \ .Y F t '
OrJ our'children before, send them Int. the face of the hardships and "Would like to cite,the following casein ..

trials of this earthly pilgrimage,'trusting to tbe Influences of tbe after life support of Dr. 'Hornadays beliefin 'aItO0rtleG W N ,/ "'"
V.III. to Do Eve floswework Q.i .- to overbalance and to eradicate Those qualities that are by .our own un the reasoning powers of animals a

_.. of Kidney.Troableev., wisdom, quite Ineradicable. ,
that they do reason from cause IseIIect l-
Children daserve study and. they amply repay It. The Government
lire. Margaret Emmerich/ of'Clinton spends good money and much of It to study crops-and cows and sewers and u
8 L, Napoleon O.'saysi, "For and' and -Mr. William Roberts who drives c'
trolleys posts ships. It J>spends generous appropriations to make i .
flftoesj'' years t .was". 'great sufferer two ears of corn grow,where one grew before. to eradicate lice on plants the stage from here'Quartzite, has c'1t' SLICKER} '

'from kidney trou I to destroy the pests that destroy products that are valuable commercially i a dog who accompanies him on his.
1 /" bl...' My back pained it teaches the horse breeder how'to develop the horse and the farmer bow trip,"' When the dog gets tired otrunning. ftd

.. terribly. Every scientifically to fertilise and plant and till. and harvest and reap. Multitudes .along .beside the stage be 1\ '
.0 '.'term.rlbsovegusedabarp' of men know-more about tbe fine points ot a dog than they do about lump. Into' the state between the ?
the points of a child and tow to develop them. But'with delightful lack ,w.Serproo
shooting seats. .When the1 stage .is' '1I10Tlq Ihstfaslstmst ssf Muse it H Bssi stINERY
of the'Sense'of and .
proportion ef the propriety of things we give spas '353POMATABLC
['pains, -My 'eyesight. ",modle, poorly supported scientific examinations Into the nature of the slowly, he jumps Into. the stage from Ivegwtw.' M.A.C': H I: ,

'r, .wa*-poor, dark spots child the best'way to breed him, the best way to develop him the best the side; Just'clearing the rear wheel, "r 'p-- ". .I ,

; ff .appeared before me way to Improve him And so we pack them off to the mines or we pack but when the; stage 1s'moving swiftly,' .,, AND tip.. LJ E. .

'''r'A and } bad ditty them with the same mental filling In the schools. '"We are too busy, or he lumps from a position a 'little erjN.rwMfrYUw4. wawqyrd '

.> pels. For tea years too lazy to understand'tbem., The veterinarian for the dog that growls; to"the rear Clt'tbe. wheel,' 'alights ,on MOTHERS'.dO (taM Yrblaur. Peseta. I_s.nae Y eta f ,

I could housework, and for for-the child the Issbj And simply because we do not understand! or take the ,,roar wheel, and the momentum Write 5... sHsw.I At. m* .n eeM ,
the trouble to. It.. not badness In ns so much U confession 'of: total Incapacity LUmets. M'. w. ..... r.werMna. W :'i
two years did not get: oat,, ot the to ItnO'W"Ju.t' wbat else to do. No two children are alike. No two throws, him 1ato the stage.' It sure.,1y atr.tbsn ....:. .. ti ,
bouse.- The.,kidney secretions' were was not Instinct or a, natural Impulse sybaN
of the. came .parentage' ere alike.: ,Why therefore, should'we .deal ;4wlth rw bu..itMNwMA1dL CUIIEIU..EVEIBW.II
Irregular, and not help tbat'le-d the dog to Jump on to ';
them alike Nt) man would" catalog a dachshund In the same class with a .
fag me. 1>0&.'. Kidney Fills brought .pant*!. Wh,...tbJfD. shall we class our children. with nothing save ages to the swiftly moving wheel. But when ism MMMMU 4AP

l sae *j lck r.11et'aad finally. cured me. differentiate their! scholastic shinty j j Why group dull boys and bright together . wa think Cf the little we know of the "M ,"'TO',JU1T 4TH. ,
They saved my life." ' simply because they happen to be of ...,aKef Why group-boys 'w rk1nc' of the human .brain. :J.' It

Sold by all dealers CO cents a box.FosterMllburn and girls of diverse tastes In the same category Why Because we. are. aot.too' much to presume analyze;
'either too impotent or lazy to devise a better.,way.' '
Co.. Buffalo N. T. that Of an anlmalT"FORCB ,
. should be but should have their rights : 4r6e!
Children not only studied they / -&IY. .... ...... mow.Mwrit '
maintained. Their Interests ,should be guarded.. Their prerogatives ........ ....._.-. 6ra1s4 Mtw
During itte Immigrants to the number should be conserved r No man-should be permitted to steal their youth no OF HABIT. ---.-- 'susnb" '

?, tot 1421arrived In Chile against, matter how profitable It may Immediately be.: '.It Is a bad bargain In the Benham-Tour*hat Is on''the. Boor, ... ....'.....,,_Arttv _........ _..10..'Aa ........:... Y'I

f It! ,for 1905 and 4,000 for the first long run to allow It. ."No man should be permitted to give them the taste my dear ,. .. "Uua'IIOJI' ()O.. ..... JI.-.t rJ ; I?
for drink or to L.1011I' asooths of n07.. Mrs Benbsun,-1* It on straightTJudce. I
ply a bnslneis which will. ruin their bodies and destroy their souls. No, '
expediency.and 110.private or political''consideration, whatsoever should be .;.r, AND aRATIDNART.. o

.BABY WASTED' TO,SKELETON. permitted to Intrude Itself between them and the fullest possible develop TEtt i1laaN
of acuities 'If cannot ''have'-coal "without'children being
ment their we EASr' ;
\ .
t. fa Tormeetr,141thTerrible Sorer on"Face damned, then let us KO without It., If we cannot! have window without : Sr l a I
and Body-'l'ore at Fleshy 'children.being .damned their let us go without them. If we cannot have'clothes Ready. For' Instant Use Without Cook. aiNESAND e tR
except at the expense of the soul careers of the youth of America. .
-c.ftd by-Catlcnra.- 'bal ,
; '' then let us go naked. It were far better that a mill stone should be bung : ,t ;
h. rMy little sin, when'about a'year and about our necks and that we should bo drowned la'tbe depths of the sea -
"a" half old. bemB to have Mres eomo out Almost everyone" likes a cereal i food
than tbat by any fault or consent of ours God's little ones ,should be deprived BOILERS:
kin fee. They Kegaa to nora OB hi* of kind at breakfast and
the fulness of )lfo and of life eternal. supper, r
"t. then ot.her..u of his body, and of, a..;. 1Mb. sed. Shlojrl Villa. Ia).elor*..
rms, OB V There to nothing more criminal than the ignorance of their physical but the ordinary way of ,cooking ,"' .p' rttt..... Wood**w., .pll.......
$ .then one cam Still* oa b bis chart won4h. At the.n beings. that so many children have. Many a boy would be kept from the cereals results In a pasty maiD that Is .hat". P.dI.y..Aal .Q..OU..01'15....' ,
theothers. '
,."' cadet about a *and STOW a half won of ..!fen". path that tends toward vice, many si girl whose life is wrecked or Is being hard to digest and If not properly

he grew so bad year I had t. tie hi:* kand in cast upon the-rocks of wickedness would be kept from the way that leadethto digested< the raw mass goes down LLnJ LOMBARD I

clothe at .1", ,'to keep blot from .....ratea.,, perdition, If a little careful, wholesome parental advice'had been given Into the Intestinal tract where gas. Is ,'

leg the IONII.M tearing the flmh. lie got. upon the sacred. operations of our physical iMlngs,, It Is no wonder that so 'ceDeratee'and trouble follows. FNad 1, sAlMis- d Sul 1 ibt; ,. ,
''to b* a 111_.kaleton and was badly able' many boys fall\ Into evil ways and that so many girls are doomed to the Everyone knows that good food\ AUU TA. ak.IE & 'Lm eI' '
'' .fathers an4 mothers, so many . ... =:::tt"L
life ,
_tk. I scat to the drat etoN and that Is worse than death when so maD) .1".1
,to got properly digested keeps' the body
Christian fathers and mothers, are so unnecessarily and so mistakenly. I 'arl.'I.- TIoa "
eake of Outlcnra'Soap and a box of Cutl- Mil .
a well while food Or food of
poor even NwsaaWrtoll.etllq ,
had almost said modest For criminally
'CV'jatMnt. end at the.end of about so .... ";
-- .
good that Is J.-
two' month the was w.r. all well. He I say that what a boy or girl falls to learn in a decent and godly manner quality poorly prepared i TNI BILL I Ino tf.aWN.l.P..b.wWwra ft... .
and not digested Is sure to bring, edoI.. '. eme.aa.untw_ .
from a father or mother Is gathered In wholly viciousandungodly, manner onsome
kind alneeand
bat aft1'-nA'of
: "
rfr ) && "-.In s ,
I I an einc relr wy; that only for ; or In-the bard school of unnecessary'i experience. kind of: disease. t 0 VmwJIHmiC tr.and r........tlae......... _
the. Catlenra R-ndies my"" preCIS..... childwould Children'should be .Instructed'and,'inspired Intellectually./ The child The easiest food to'digest la this .- SdS I -- In: >e 01. h.... ,h... ----. I

ba-r died from thou terrible .or... .Is entitled to the finest results of the Intellectual advances of the ages. It line li'Orap -Nuta, mad from wheat I!>eat WSiS,bnvlkfy............... THII..-"W..H.Tg.....-STAR.. : ,
I ..... .enI,. .on. cite of Bean and! about, I..for us to ac.arthtb. child where we havo left off. Alltbar1 'ecedes Is and barley and cooked thoroughly at '.__.wr.I..r.. \A'I'L n' 8Uaoyr; a.r '

e.1, three bo...', of Ointment. Mre. K bort.flbeMon. Simply of historic Interest: It Is, explanatory-It' 1* IndlcatlvcL-iuls exem .the factory; come IS to 18' 3 i,;.. s gtoSiraar&issf
WoUvflU plaryPn.4t Bhould ba only that 'The less the retrogression children ..oai o .
R. F.; D., No.l, Conn.. the > "
ingeoninmed in different
a '
sob'. make a. practical'laborers for> the advancement of the'world, the tatter processes f BLACK HAWK DB'IST MIL ;
;April 22, ) : ,
will be'the progress humanity toward,, the kJD< The food ; FARMSAND
I. I tntell.ctuaUy therefore.- ready for Instant .. U tbs .>OI yea oas t to bay. WU a : I
DaQt..f because But much as onrchildrenvneed; to Interested physically and .r"'Yloe -> *, and MK -.. Me _<. \ : .
,A. neeessarllytbald' ,. still more do they require moral'-an4 spiritual guiding., For the and the starch has been changed'to avV.. ;ode t for. rmo..rt..e TIMBERJLJiJa "
,4 he .has no heir. social order depends upon a'Clean' manhood ''aDd womanhood. The soul a form of: Sugar, so that It Is >predigested ., r III > Darr .

It f_ 11 f. of, tb.*worle1,,111'dependent-vpoa. "elaruy of the.'.plrltual vision and and'ready for, almost.Immediate /II'CZ,> BorBjjl tf rc.T Ti':r .jle?,.C"IIIZ.rr.. ...-. H.b...hi ._oaaty.0..'.,BIn ;* 1,
the'Spiritual alertness ot: every human::*oul- : ;,:TJothlng ,IS more ,.Important O ,_ "' ,,' ..UM United a C&nraliyr ,
absorption, w0 an tend. Jurv and sasHlaeet.iooop.rur..Writ. .
than tbat Inculcate ..dnd..D4..oQI..ofoar
we should Into-the youth-a l .tot list uM. .
: ;.1{1 (?gi what yoa are doln/'whoa yoa 'aegloet. proper conception of the moral'an*,spiritual realities of-'universe"We' ; .ChIc1Co.J'ounl'( l lady writes' that: It .' 'I. .-BIMKSJ, ....."" ....... ,
f'. i.t' awttebtng. watery -pioodsaoteys< shall' beMadeed childish: we' think they, can: 'mata.,..' properly' In. these shesaffred for 'years from Indigestion will"?hrea. Thoicpsoa'sEyeWaler .. .' -, ..,
," "{') L.oardl'.i GOld_' ,...I.odoa Ours nearly"i .. fields without experienced and expert guidance; .* The moral training of the mad, dyspepafafrolq, the, u..' of r (At42-07) . .4S.ti'1 0I :
", every Voo"hM muake. formative years of avehllo's'development'wilt persistthe spiritual;train ,food, that, was not suitable to',her "
''r.. ,en'. eel ..on.rdrs.V It roB, Ing that.we afford our'children In their,, catlowest.youth U the traJnll c.tluLt POW" of digestion./ Sbe says I >
f..1: rya' MGuaea.Med"sr ,moa.y will endure. Nothing can eradicate 1t.an4\1'propersafagnardlng and ;
; M sa eta.01' forwarded pre. "I began using Grape-Nuts;: and I tlrsmi.thj2
pr.ggiatr..Y I guidance, nothing In ,later; llt.' able to overthrow It. The moral .i Wi
'* f paid oa noeIpt or prig It" .. .. ,LeoaM'clJc'l I confess to having bad a prejudice at 'I'
J. 11 110., Tames, Via and spiritual" development and culturtng of 'the- child pays' eternal dividends. - first. an4 wa repeatedly urged before r I

: : v;, .. 'Tfinslly decided to, try the food, hut I' .. ;.... 'IU'1t :
1 I the It Is not anme e t-that' we ahall lnstructjour '-re .1 ,Itls needful :
ElYeD flckteviinded gomPOPftor'lueii have lICIt known what Indigestion. .. .. ::.a: .
that we shall 'take care that they be not misled.or. made to stumble.-' .. . .. .
};ii ij"s i t.waya,_ Idle to Instruct, th.while propagate and foster and palliate atemptatiops lace using It, sad h...*never been" ss W
r atirga.bMliIwN 4
.. .. . C1lr6i
,. - v that t.1.tacJt'the very qualities-we have beel1'C1II urID& He Is a poor cotton stronger or,In better heaJtb. I have .NV '
: raiser.who tests the,quality of/his cotton: and>the' ruist.lle.'of'th..plant :Increased In weight from 109'to 124pounds. ,a ao. saidNl b11.4 Mte g.AlaMat.e,,, '

,"J w 'iN"OTt with the boll-worm, Not otherwise'Is1. he a sill/ preceptor of the '!child who .- J. .. LLS'' "VIlaIari4i eYhtlfS 1tF.MN1INkI! iW his N

't,;. ;"Coma," cried the' VloUaer! of, the tests the moral and'spiritual vigor, of the cbll4,.. 'wltll' 'th*.factory- the-. .'dram-' tr ."p ople "can: b L'weli; 'practically..without : r. ai.;+eee.edefdyh' ulr I .o.-+ 'tr.CEESCENTANTISEPTIC
'" ace. .
." 'mo't'in and the woman of the unclean life:. ''\,. '* Y- ",' .1.;"e'* '
peevish 1 ir.;little '''biU-pup.,, 7011 shop _ *\ yl : anal; If.they win adopt sclen-
can your Children 'sri naturallyforntefui-to..Aimunty,;<< : oca.. _> Theymay> we1 .
endmatterabywbtningl: Ua.'too4.' and Indigestible
His ..They opennUndedJ I
easiest fitted to kingdom are They: are expectawf.
!sniffed the pup... .
fTm.afraid not/ sorWxrTnere's a Reason.: .
Their beam are tender. '-Their souls responsive W the Invitations and ; .

,;,.r'T11f.d. D. ,said tbe mother; '"Jf) ,not.ta .: 'ministrations. Of they. Spirit! :; ,D. 1 ,welcemq'knowledge.. , :They,)are+wkkout + t Grape-Nuts' .Food ;.la rerlsp i .T/i i .. - r w tb.taste. Ill.hoal4 be' :
1 pin.lnht.r, II:, tloaeelLf'I M ,. No PoMuooeWHoa Irrttatiaav.\ Allar lD't' sfa15.
'I" I '' ...... .... ...,.. .. ... ..... Thai are wgrtilr, of illdt"'on Their"readIuese't: be"..forIiIN4.\bi.... :served exactly'as'It' comes.from the .If'....",". !.., .... tic, add sad as benalsm es
/" ,; -'I.i. theeim ( I/' ; ...... bane .... ... '
'",: : t : !'tcI>I1J't e, .'t $ cItA" tJaMr indeseufbdlltytee >>. ':.i..1.I al,: wHkont'cooking, except" In Uii".botiIt.... .ua- cure sad __.
:.MiNrq&.t' : 'tIa.eto w,:w xr auth J n trtUf.N Jllftftil olW for u.. H". .weld rut-.. besnarof ,'Now......'It.Is 'made" Wp Into-pad" ))0." .-1:..bqgn any --* on man ....,.. ...

: asoy ,,>et"(.>n* lvH, byfkMlr scleveen loving Lord w. must beelike themx-.we- weald. knew. 'God,sad,eafer. '.,dogs IWII, $k.r cI.rta..BooIIof.; : _/_ gaaBantsss.fowlre..a.' '..d ,.,..:.&tdafasli.. 1 ...

.r 11gbtl Mtlrely'anucomputcdw Him we. must ,become as a.HUl .ohlld v. ,QlHdW't.elpi.'asd' ,"Tb.'xoadto;' 14//iWp.a.r. 6.r 1I'pRaneatl''OM!( JCiLco1a, Y. .. ..A i
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; Twenty-eifft (98) .."',end running ter; Bass, Sr.. ,and' Hoc C. ACeesoaa I
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PIIH.IIIlflGS.1 thence west to the, went line of ,*aldSection committee tp'confer .Wi'MI'. Lanier NUBIAN TEAr NOW, IS' THE TIME f;

p, (CoDtloued,from i 'tine
115 feet'south of the ceoterof the,tlarbt settlement and next meeting, __ ,
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JliWUtor.W .... ... It BOao '' '
--..I...___. . : o0 of war of the Atlantic. CoA. Line The supervisor wa.. :lntructed to <:

k ? a i..Le.Io.-so.erdlal..... 170. Railroad Company on the section-line commence work at once,on Loiighcnan JAMEsTowsE.sITIoN; : ;

atl..wSTWC..rrn.5slri. 1aot between Section Thirty-Owe (35))' and road and to send Wbittier'tocomplete '

w. -"'-"....... .. fIOVeBer road at that point. I. .
Thlrtv-! ((36) In Township Twenty
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aid-.u Ifs LIMot.'...t..0.--... lia .ta.pHaUltlr JaM .. . 1 five(25) south of Range T.'e' tT..llht Mr M E, Gordon, of .Orlando) appeared @ rf is COMPLETE.IN EVERY,,DEPARTMENT' \i' -

............. not- tar t..-. ''II* (58) .seat,- thence running westerly before the board desiring to 'TM ',' -

.. ...... sell marl. The board advUed .
'ab.NrO eo.tnsw.r else long said-rlghttOf way .115 feet south some ,
(7r.a&DrWC. rawdboeh. ,. ... ..M him when In- the market they would '
. of the center of same through Sections .. WAR PAnt NAVAL IJtSPLA: JMt SHIP.\
... ar W L wla..writ..paw -, I' .IJI'him. \'
D o.tia........ItU.,..._. .,. a Nt9.u5ok Thirty-flve ((35)--) Thtrtv-four, (34)). correspond '
Guilty r Abstract ('... Thlrty-tbree. (33), Thirty-two ((52)) and Capt. Clay Johnson 'appeared before r, ft k ai \

4 +\ rea.rd. M rod,.. ..:....... .. ''TOOTMM. Thirty-one (31) in said Tows.ehipTweutyflYe the board la regard to bill for .a ata: ,:t Will
interest and instruct DO: not fail 'to at once.
....*r.wbond..-.os mJaaaaa N 118 ((21): south of Range $50: due him for driving piling at .the .-. you. go .
PwlvM*. *day.raadwaA. ...... SODBnaca ) For- beautifully illustrated Folder conialning Maps Descriptive
wade. ... I 00 Twenteight east to the Polk County, poor farm- wharf. It was Matter of fcc. write .
AJbrlttaB.*aar*road List Hotels ,
a LOsr.,...... nos r-wanes . .. )71 00 lips the opinion of the board that this PUtrt'tRS ...., fir

,' ''.awO.oett:, Brintlnr lioaaa r.or.t, *O "Witness cay hand a* ex-offlcio cleric work should hare been paid for by NIJJA

W.....k ..-Co. feed...... ........ MMfrom Of said board and the official\ nest of contractor. This matter was laid overto "CDIIS .' ATLANTIC COAST LINETHESHORT ]
lIoI .......dlovtopaapar. ....... .M I. meeting I
O W Walkar.. pay i..U labor .. ,... M' bald .board, at Klsiimmee, Florida, next for: further action. : THROUGH-CAR LINE. >
lU; Bn-a ... .. 13 10 this 2nd day Of September A. D. 110':. I' Chairman Ba s made verbal report fill .

1 I.:.-...-....- eb.ine., ....... I'll E. L. LESI.KY: on conditions at.poor farm and situ RATES FROM KISSIMMEE .
I ;J W Tfcamoantv, aaupmr coffin and....U.. ,.00 Clerk Circuit Court, Oceol& Co. Fla. condition of fruit Upon motion duly J "
JWTW l> a.wiop ,.e flU..... ... . ... B Ot By ARTHUR E. DOXWJAN, -* -- seconded he was'Instracted to alspose Season Tiottet", . . . . . . .' . . .. . . . .... .?. '. ..*.. . . .t40 '
y o W o..tree&: ,ajr rail labor. .. ", .. ..... 114 SOJM Seal of fruit at such time and at such once 81 xty Day Ticket, .'. T./:. .'.. . .. .... . . . ; .. . .. . /. . . ., . . . . 33 %J :
'L 1I.m.b.l.Ir.M -" ...... .. .. to 13 Deputy Clerk. ( ), BIIIOBS- Fifteen Day Ticket. . . . . j. ? ' . ... . . . . . 27 XI
Walkar.taadlnvprliianara ........... .3 MJ Tbe following communication were a*.In his judgment to. best Interest" of Sen.Oar Coach Excum ton'r (SoldTuesday and Fridsy), .. . . .. . . 17 ;! M. ......eoort corU................... W tbe coul1t,., .,
.....:.. ...... read la said notice; Moss and AUaDtlc'Coaat. '
:ELLVel.rk!: f 1'7 The clerk was Instructed to ascertain V-or Information or Line Agents, or' .
l> nla Fla 3ept.J107.Mr. .
The board took a recess until .2 p.rn. . E. L. Lesley Clerk Circuit Court. cost of clay used by city and render 4 ew..e5ar. J. \V. fJAUR. T.'P. A. TAMPA KLA. 4. O. KIRKLAND,' D. p.-' A.'.

Pear Sir:, ,' them bill for same. 3PORNRbCKlla Dyspepsia. T.c. WHITE. of p> A. WILMIN&TON. :N''. C. wf j, CRAIG, 1,>>. T. M*> vj

Reconvened at. 2 p. m., those present received. I do not ob The board recommended Cbas. -. -_ ..- !.
Your notice -- -- - -------- 1
a* at morning session,'and J, S.Str.ttoo. jest to public road from Beerden's Bass, Elmer Ball, Julian Monsd'oca -,

J. I.. Orerctreet; tax a- It -the ectlon.line... and James Durrance aa cattle Inspec I '

eesaor, presented hi* tax book foryest'19O'fnd corner I would If object Roes to on have m}""forty Injured t.brit In the' various capacities of In acii It Bowel ts good and fortbVLIrer Blood. Kid....,.. Be- John B. Stetson University ,

i the commissioners hay.ingenbmroed by cutting It up. Let me' know spectors' of their present district,, to It take the l&cll4lf calomel and leaves .

and compared the! copies where or bow It would affect the land. the governor appointment, no bad after 'ec&&;:,

with the original, upon 'motion ,Your truly There being no further business It is needed In, the Bpitae, 110_ vow COLLEGES! APD FIVK TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.DiLAND j

t duly seconded the same were dulr accepted ,. J. M. BRYAN board adjourned to meetatfaln In repular Children Fail and Winter., >j Men..' ,. ,Womn .;( FLORIDA. ,

and the following warrants The 'Clerk advised the board that he :- tension Monday, November. 3, wlt is utremeJ1"palatablYeD cbiUrast 1 -

I _ade out to'the collector, iowlt:, had written. Mr. Bryan stating bow : 1907.' K,, L. LESLEY, Clerk like it. Buy a bottle bonRoherson's Affiliated With. University 'Chicago... /t.

I r State of Florida.' his land would be affected t er the road I Br. ARTHUR E, DON KUAN. D. C.ooooOoooOooooOoOoOo. ';
Celts; ., Llkaral __-Tha alandanli ara llMiaa ot the Unlranltr<< ,ol Chfc..... Btat-
To C. L ,Bandy. Tax Collector l of the and not' bearing further presumed it j Pharmacy bsoangrs.ItssVSCM.theirderr.: trop both Maiaon and Vb1c..... Hot the ftBicaco'aad; !*

'". County of.jOeceola. must be satisfactory to him. I ...,C..:::f.:: a.? L ..-Graduate*.f the Collefa are admitted to pradlca law .,la Florida.with->
You are hereby commanded to cot-: ( The following protest was" filed: i. -- U&Kissimmee -- KISSIMMEB. FLA. ....:.T .
V >loot out of the real estate and personalproperty KUslnnnee, Fla.. Oct. 5, 19 T. - -- ,- .nri..D....I ...DL. awl M-.1..I'UD\aa- _, coun ISrding to totem Fans owCaltasa buIl4I.'... .

and from each of the persocsand 'To the Honorable Board 'of County Drug Co. >a4 ...._Bcnkln* to all Its 'brancbai. Bookkaptty bf baa tsthediJ.'
,: Shorthand and TMWwrlUpa;. Elaxttir*courses open la other t"penmeD.awe, Faculty aa
corporations tinned in the annexed CommlssloDera In and for the Coua. _modlou.. oulldlov.ri I
each W.LVanDuzor&Co. : ...... .ry _ca -Gra4".Ie'prepared to enter Uarrtrd. Yale Princeton..coed.! .
roll"the taxes set down In tr of Osoeola, Florida '- Mkhlcaa.ObloatnaadNvnaal. allBrM. UMCollecefc '
roll opposite each same corporation Gentlemen!' : sad *'.*.! Dekee4-I. Ktu.ep. its In It. own bulldln. 1., Primarr sad;
='" ..,- _. --' nur School In MputaMT.." t>ult< I.... bees achooU e.pe4aStif.pnpee Publlo Brfcooll000
or parcel land therein described, and I have received not Ice of the Intel! WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. teachers. it'
tares 'imposed 'not lion of the above namedboard tt BROKERS Made Sc.-.A. > ,I,.. CNp, a dosce piano.,. .par.te. buMln.. large catty..
in case the so are ) e*- thorough. _. .0''dT. ,,",
Mid at the time prescribed by law I tablUb a road from Kfsclmaiee to _. .... .. Art Ik.-N. tudlo.oo.uyca.U. nod*!*..le.
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We the -=- $455.05 baa.Mnlty of es end laMrudon. They bold d.rre*.from th.'Unlrar.olnmUa. ..
carr largest and
t you are to collect the .lame by' levy Lou< most varied REAL dol., I'I.-b'.8 ."a.U l ..lIcb...._. v.
and sale of the goods and chattels, notice which Is- made part of stockof our)lino ESTATEAND onrWOtewe5ln bulldlnssaudp U.I..U'ulpt.enIaearlvaenartetof c ; Donnuoa awl -othar a ultltoadollsr.ndowsast CalranlU. Thoromrf' 'I

lands and tenements assessed or of this objection. in town. INSURANCE tnc aneodowad Wn.dgtse.wlsdow.yoil IIb..r,of over L*,4 pet"'01.ue*: a Ueanlltul ohapal with eoaUr ur l.aia... laolud.;

'. the. person or corporation so t.edt; We c.rrynone- but the .".........t .ft ...,1.. ....Athletic palming rted rasa IIO.UO ug truck paM"nDIe oron_; a rae.Urvualmn baaoball with_-pl3 .
Raymond iidlroa.besides .. _.. rowla
<< .1 soil, sad other Ipnfta.lIdID./ .. few <
sad all sum collected for the State freshest, and purest of drugs oooooooootoooooOooooOR. .--" tea M-.e IaboratoNS for Vh..le\ry. Phrsk*. 1t..rIo .Mlorroloq set Kwyta&alt :'

taxes you are to par to State treasrer for Kirby Lanler I hereby, ill the at all times. a roadi...ral broad lure....u..u.. ........and shops_{elcctdo, llcbu., alactrto bvlla. steam kcat. walk, .
I .e. apaelaaa |>iu shrubbery and Iraaa; social UUratr.mutest sad.......
1 ,at such t.lme.a may be required several capacities'as above;desire stoden4'etub.;star lecture_....' ('brteUan sad aot -.riaD taebt.g. Tb. lotuttos ta','i
Your prescriptions are filled bvetltul.<< a..ubfW,sad
'' LESLIE W. WEEDON eapea..s as low.
1 bylaw.and a* the tame :.time 'you are protest against the making and establishing "
by a Graduate in Pharmacy iortttalgt. vliws. olden sad lofocmaUvn, add aa* tkt Pro.Idsat. I IJ
r 60 pay -to! 'the county treasurer''allsums of the above named road. The ,

collected. for county taxes,.digtriot road as contemplated wllpgreally Injure .perience.besides five years'actual. ex Specialist-Eve, Ear LINCOLN HULLEY. Ph. D. ,.Litt. D.. LL.-D.

school and all other the lands of above named
taxes special the. Nose and Throat. .
;...; DiLAND FLA.
taxes, and you' roe- parties and will virtually I'uiohe Improvement Doesn't this mean some ,

i .paired to stake all collection on or on 'part of said land. thing .
before first Monday In AprU; and onor 'You will take notice that You will We sufficient to
before first Monday In July von be held responsible for any Injury to deliver carry your'packages withina Private Hosoital. American Na- BUDDED TREES: !

will make a final report and, settle aid lands and that as stated' I protest few moments. after the pur-, tional Bank Building. Tampa.

tiement' with the. comptroller-* against.said road., chase. This is not idle Florida. : t

count commissioner, ? I. M. LANIER SR.:. boasting but we want your IstesworthNurseries.

. Glren under my hand sad seal, this RAYMOND LAHIEH.Br business and: we know. we :
'' the seventh day of October In the year I.,M. Lanier, Sr., agent. can please. PI'oPRUTORS'"

,(Seal) AsseUor Osoeola County I .By 1. M, Lanier Sr., Natural Guar. ---- -- W. 'L. W INN. 'We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a 'jreoeraL-

In regard to survey ot road from 41.... rM1.1caaw AAa auadaow.s..e..s.55. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leadjnc Irte
tie. *. Our trees are.budded on rood healthy rough'a
Gater Well to Pejtbonx,'the, county'surreyor After some discussion among the Kissimmee Drug Co. Sour and
Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of kind.
_-.... any
members of the board sod Interested 1
was Instructed to continue All budded from bearing trees In our grove and therefore true to
;Ms surrey to St. Cloud Sugar BeltlUUway parties present the following' public Kissimmee, Fla. name. Opr facilities for growing nursery stock: are second to
road to be known the \ none ana our trees are as floe a. money and twenty year's
and make bis report' at next as 'Lougbmau; OOOOOOOOOOiOGOGOOOOOOBring DR..r1V.; 8nP80N1' *. exper
) can produce.
.We are making
a specialty this
road, was established Iq a resolution .. season of the ,
..n" '
-, .. famous California Valenciamoneymaker Lata Which la dlKBtlfUtfl to li nn..i.. ..._
,):.fiYe dent mad* the WIo.1q report Offered by J. 8. StraU, ,secondedby '" ' : DENTISTv' . .' greatest In Florida. Our Valencia bud some dl-

'to the.board ,recard 'to:Lou bman W*:';; R."- ,Godwin. and' adopted. follow us your Job Printing. ' Office over Osceola Phsrmaey" 'fl' :" ' ducing rect from the the best best Valencia bearing. In trees the district now famous for pro-

v 'road:Kissimmee>: Fla' Sept. (S,1907.'To It appearing to the board that ''le. AN ORDINANCE. OrnCII: Hotel r t Q 1:30 a. too m.a:t.o 30p.12 m.m. Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD: Gotha. Ra. or call and see our Nurseries <

; Honorable Board of County Com gal notice by publication! In the Valley Telephone No. 70 lUll 5. IrrJ at Waco Florida Midland
; on R.'R.
Gazette has been duly glren of the ..........u!*.-Tax OwMm *t PabU ,
'ats.bner.O.reolsCounty, lie.t I Vran tad Wocww axi..* ......"SetPuilu. '
!\ :o-\I".D; Intension of the board. to establish ,beI .. N Par Seth'-.. eeAtdietauAeas iea eririatk 'j

Ibelf to adtlse you In accordance following l described road as a public I Be It'thuGan..e'er' U..Tow..1Fb.tmm. 'M. TILLER "! w vvi """' $:f

road, and that tbe owners of the land ..City J
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with your Instruction I hare this day said AH nrmOmrfaarvbUe. dntr.WUM I, C, A. CARSON ....*...."t. R C. BRYAN .. $ '"
of attached.public'road over which road passes. vU: Ernest Real ** *tarp\.. "
a1sIlsd.a oopT _.-.s..d t aatmmttom at OUMor < Estate Agency. > ____i_____ __ __ .
Brown, Jones 4\; Lewis, E E < > B > l ' $
:J: :E'
named pwUag
T Obhe following partial pu-.ess fraicht wUUa UM Tow . 1
1 'who are all the landowner''along theYoutS Brown, It P. Paul Dally" ,Johnson,>B fc .....brBMMM.(dray*, wmron otiMT wwtMtlM 4' &._.. ..... II L 1.1 aT .

o Lewis & Co. J M Bryan Mrs A E bt .... *draw by ufeati*r pno kd br '' '
of the'road proposed therein. L'T-,....... ___,, Realty bought and sold.. \
Bearden Mrs N E Brow. ua tae slFfi. | Waters & Carson
.Respectfully, Raymond ..Dot a,.____et...... Ute isi' day doctot4w Houses rented.., Grocery "Co. ,;

.w E. L. LKSUEY, Clerk Lacier, IM, Lanler, 3r, Empire Land La soh .sett,sad as fr.etLanl,.. ... Taxes pai
it Sly Arthur'XL'Donevan, D, C. Co Petteway Naval Stores Co E L'DOrerctreet. a1ta11 be j for non-residents. i WII.'...... ... ..taU,........I. ...,- _:
-r.' W P Merriam, WilsonCypress A..1oIac.6t.of tIoIto..u.u. ..-.... 4i
:. :Ernest. Brown. Campbell, ,Fla; Co, Kirby ''Lanter, C Downing as........ by a....,.. .. t&.oh.orttor Fire: Life and Accident: In-, Woo G3R O.-G. E'IX' ; : !

Jones AJ Lewis city E* E. Brown, b uprtosrn..t mot BMra.*".. traSaetfaa derv ,eurance. r 'IE'S,
'Campbell, Fla..; L. P// Paul, Braden. David L Way, C A Hugbey, C A AH Odia sees or tart ol' 0o I1- Indemnity,Bonds)ja ..
Boons Mrs N J Klrkwood.: Mrs M EC'drdou. __t eaaIIIetawttJa, .... sad w..., ,
c Flal Johnson ors .. .. .. .. .
,? town, ;' Mrs. Daisy ; Everglades Cypress LumberCo u.y.....& .:v- ., . .

LouKbmaa.. Flat P.O.' Lewis &Co., Jim llronson as guardian, and D ....... .._....tIoIt lat day ., Oelebsr. 0.1IAI ,
f ; city: J. M' Bryso.Dan1s. Fla., ;-Mrs.A. 1301.' w.".SLUtS"Aub'

.,, K. 'tieardec. city Mrs. & E. I Johnson, have'also been privately'' : .P..fd.stIt G..eei .=::: REVIVO I I Fertilizers ,I .CR
notified by maU'of.uch tntenttonr'and R.CILBEKT. Oarih : .
: Sal J Brown.. Campbell Fla.; Raymond ItSTun VITALITY L- 1
Appt Md late Id GRAIN
DO written 'protests barIng been this ; Aw W Oetabar. A.D.! *T.: ETC.
LanSer c1i I.: M. Lanier,' Sr."elty *
: '
; T.M.MUKPHY. i. .
da'I1 c1 against this establishment>> _. ,Clrcailara ... Prio** .'
Empire Land Co-, PbUd.lpbla'Pet- Ness af Uw T.raof : .. 1 -
E'--- Ot,. .
except protests from I. II. Lao.ter.Sr.; ..-..... so Aa.lle*tlam..
teway Natal ,.Stores Co:, Loughioao, -/11\- I .
Lanier W...rilM
I and Raymond by t.> M. Lanler -, "
'Fla; E.; L- D, Orerstreet, city; W. P. Notice ,
r' Application to Sell l '
Sr., agent'and Kirby Lamer, ffcaTHL
4 I Merrlam at.ka. Fla.; Alison Cy, ; .. ...
Sr.. natural guardian. 'thelntereat'of'Minors'inReal HIDES' P TJRS
Z, .W'L :
')tress Co, Palatka,. Fla.; Kirby Lanier ,I-*' .
Resolved That in order to facilitatethe 3 V w'.;;.. ::18--; I1DY
_J- ; city; C, Donnlor, Brunswick and .Estate., .
opening establishment of said -.-.. _
Ga.; David" .L, Way Santord., Fla.; ro'a4be board give a good and sufficient -. )Ietbe.. h..h glvvs' that tb.1s1. .. .... You powMtally sad qnl 'Coua.tr3produce: : : .. ep D'Ol"1't ..'
*aaaaaa*rwmla their last taaaood.sad
C. A.Bugbey. c..Mas Bros;. Jacksonville .N.Asd..w an o-diaa fer yaks B.Aaiw..4 old .... r
bond of Indemnity to:said [ ttftr.irw.MUal yip** by
Fla.; C.'A..Boone",,Orlando protestsnte asrsh.17.A.d.rK Baal ..AM.- s.isi ItRTww .lqolakly: sad ..." r- #
: _8_ ... _- Let Bean.
\ Ari..ea N.Asd.s..a sal fimmvmmmaof* avail .
Fla-J Mrs:: N.J. Klrkwood,''Orla l1o, Resolved, further, That'the- follow LtIIa S. ......-.s.tse..... of "_A. La.Es Waakaeaa aoea aa..Laat Powar.. l Ollkf Maaaorr. .
WaaUac D'- .and 51.05..1. II sbss. or /
Fla.?, sirs. M. E.' Gordon' lowing road be hereby established ,-A-e----.wit sepb tIte Bust W... >:_ sad lajdlanrettaaj.walok ..*.. aaj* for --
Cypress Lumber. Coy asa .I 8--' CsS.ti J555 Ita... fs Oss.da f. flr.b... w.w aI.. It sot aaily ears
public road: of atartlac'M .but to m ajraM
TaIfuardlau: ugbmea Fla:: Jim Bronson. 'as I Gaw.rt d4UNdd.dt.tb. JaIl Cur,. test..< fciaat>aUtA.... briagiy
D.YtJobasob'Tam- > Beginning. at ,the 'southeast.cornerof ...,of tw..f.5:A.D.1001.r ku aft.. Y JIao Moll the..._al_*.***>..'*'........r.5arlat .. I
elty; the northeast quarter of the'DOniaqaanw' ....... atj.tot tmtmmtlt to MO the ..tN 1M are ea y- VTl' wagday off s.. 'OSC'EOLA i;M 1

:Po J'Ia. east of Section 1'In Township! 4etrMak..k.u..0 eM laMa ....... sill .-*-w..d'.2.' b1.rgsari ,

Mota.-& P., Greeosld Is also a ..... be ... C.eati a Oar ..d Btat offtoriIIa .. WastT
..\ii, : M south of Range m.aad; canning ed..sell..krbdsu4.f ... *try advla.... eoaaaal N all wba web t*. ,
:laa bo.tooc.,tbe ronte-ot the' pro- theses west to the week line f of said . w wf ife......__ CSroalara trae. AdilrawaSYM. .PHAR1: [ -A Y2
.w.a irt bis''address (a' nnBOAO north .. / ., . wcwic**. r.1i .IO t' Section.1, thence to a point 115 1.- &1. &..... of -.....-sddltln .. . .
,ksowe, I Ii I feat south'01 the centre of the right of t.ta.TwastN'Qy.. For Sale In KUsimmee., Fla, by the y yDoli't

1' ..MfnCB.tMotloe -. ca 'LULL M Al1DRmON.C Klasimmes Drug Co.,._ druggists. '
of the Atlantic Coast Line,, Railroad
T way '
; Jiit I = ::let w Afe.e..N. ....... THE forget :
us when In
I* hereby tires. that It I*the. Company on the section line between ,; . .
w Board of Sections 35 and :tt in, Townshli ftapoteosi B.aaparttSbowede . :
;intention of'tae' County Notte'for Settlement: Final '
d ; the oattle of Anstsrllu, LEADING need of A1I
: lng:
;1-. Commissioners et :OsceolsCouAty, 2115 sonth of Range 28 east, thence gassing Discharge.CNss : he was tM greatest. leader the world.

1** 'florlda" ,'al ihenert:)regular, meetinc westerly along said right of way Bollards Snow,,Liniment' .. DRUG'STORE' .' :

,;\t; ,,f tbe Board Vbe held on', .Monday, 114 feet south/of the centre of sane to k iii.a.........k srr SOSS the public, la .. baR StJf1the. in the Drug"Line.
__,fila___,....._ ''_
iwm pn..ata1..e.nU world.. A quick:
11.7th day utO sober. 1WI. to estabUaja' the!'oar"7 line; said public road
WsCMs..tIIe Oswg 6...... matlsm. 8pr see Burns Cots, '
tollowlag propoed'ro sd naMhUeroad s to b* thirty feet, wide fifteen feet oa tile hob .. :. '
t ] tte ; 0. rf sty of rk5laaN We A. C. PtttsTl&dwssa. L*., M'a : .: A
: '_ each'aide of said described route.. .. "Vae.. ..-_"-. .... eaaaa5latir. use Ballard's Snow, Liniment la ,nay \
8elselnaiit'the' outoat corner'- '/Xberebekigoaly protestant to I...... .had dkrh_ 5cd.b.le' and lad it vanaeaUsd .Coos the p'
.....tb ......, .p r s, ID test \. "
s Ytts.r.Y.a d.s.rM ... sidslM,
... l..ue "
,. .ff the .orU e..quarter of aka sort! liIIe..bUL1I01 LbarhBM road, .'t Merbli8flU": t8' .& GHte..r. '
J.W. ImiJOiRO1..hV. .r
f' :A elRatgwiwrof8.etlouOnetTow.. and tile board desiring to. W, last to I I ,a'. . 1. +,>ioid. meet- : " , (M1 south- of i Mr. tsnfrr. appointed. .. 1.....WaJ-. a7.,.... _pi_ ,
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.iIPl ==:r tN1 4f== WM r.esv tat lepy: ; :Klsbhne&tiye, pl. October 18, ,I9O7.. 1 Vet X '. 42OCTOBCKKRMOf
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1 HorUJir of one.' lob,, foe"'the wets..' the CUWtfNT' "'GossIP* .I.....UA,.....b e. as'4; panaoeA'for' '!( M''' that-.,we, start,M Wblttler and worksMe

...reeittTabw stands three npajority for the UJ';of IneuBotoat' revenue His way

the ''prohlbltlon'side.: ; .It .thought STATE:CAHTAL' pee entssIon' subject is>ooQ...- ,o.o'OV; -__.

TMfCQUIwTY-000: ) T1 that this.will end the oootroversy, ':'al 'At .' log. toe' 4egnr' The money. that ,Jecotec PfKXLtLHNGS.. ,With his report the.sapervlsor,.wed -
'' out of the State for ,U"1oeOf' '
r though it may be oarrled'Lo'a 'highercourUVOrlando *** hi.'p.yru.. follows;:" . .

'" 6e'\ of. Cases1 of fieporter-atar.!: ; Oct.114.! State Printifls ))5 A tii n 'Avvarded anoe so for l n coeipantesIf'retained& .... SOPS.. lfsMnided ;te z ..rverrr.wl.o .,' ..' m
.1, ., .. ' > ". intbe'Stats'( paid -to the,, State rt' A.M.... .t dasMLA;.1r.N... 'F;"

.';|M4 Others Continued to Next NCiPieg tilt Mint vv.A See. to, ,the Capit*.! I Publiehieg' ,would'In his"opinion., relieve: the:pree. ." 181M.. ,Worfcwi'' '. l0YOlm0f\ .. st dyauRr! 'r\I" ".t....."SH"'".. ", ;
-. . sure In'tbe" Idea'1
Nw Woman'sMagazine
,.' < Term. I writer for }November elves an''' account 4 (ompany.. double lobe' amount' of pro. *' ROflW* Ssrn 1I.Oelnhy.21dan............... 5 "Jr"..;.1r:\..'y vr.nt:'P;'"..,.',' ." .' d

Thess county court. convened] laicMonday 'of the great progress. .which has Tallahatses., 'Octt l4,*=:Governor tectloc.\ :: a. ha given> the'l subject KII.lman"I&.1 Oct. '71007i'The : .....,.bbtIooI.! el4..l.aStl.a.,... ."Wfn.i1 a ,,to., ,

promptly at 10 o'clock' a. in. been made recently In the work which Sroward has returned from the I>ak_ tareful study aod' lias obtained hid In. 'Board.of County, Commissioners ,armor us.a.. .

Judge W;, R Johnson on'.the bench,' .Jto being done for the blind In the totheOulf Inland Waterways convent formation from competent actuarUs.There roat'1d':'. .m i on the above date Q tit Wtoa;...,..U1.a .. .....,'Iv....,. b es "a'
M>d Prosecttttng'ALtoroeyJ.; t L.'Moon. I past the blind have been considered ilon. One,01 the first meetings he' 'I.feodec1 at- are oCber'.sources. .of, revenue ,,there belDlf"Pre.eQt, W.ltei1 Bass, Sr., ,a..Ie> ......uL..,. .........,Io $ 'ISt .'fhIUO \ i r
BaII..I.Iap. el.ED..... I, .'
'.riff ,J. M, Walker and': Deputy .me..I,," .objects of pity. 'Now this wa't that. of the.Board of StateInstttutlona that'ouldbe., additional. produced, without. .re- chairman J.' R. Branson, W4 R. Godwin r0...........,... ......\...yGNtp..,...t'1' :H. see ,
rk tin., E.. ponegaa In at.lendaooe.1 attitude has changed. More and which pasted 'upoa the source to an tax levy' by and J< (:J. Wialksr; .commission-: Horn Cromutl. 4 dan",* 1.r"M"'i" *. '*! ':

'! The docket, was.oauded. after which i more every''' yearthe blind arebe- contract for the State printing for the I levying a license tax on the fish''' and ere; .'E..,, A. Vans Agnew,. county,attorney ,, : .;.....,y.\ .... a.Y: list,', ,

i court got down to work and. dls. coming self pportlo Educators next twp'year..' The CQIlt.racwILb the oyster Industries. .Dd'1\ mber inspeo and Arthur E. Donegan deputy 'sr.nuoy no.s.

I.>( the following cases bate proved that,th.ymay read and Capital Publishing Company, of'which i iI t1oti. The latter It possibly untried, clerk tt.b a_' ..'...........11". ."' ....:, ,'.' M, ,'
,Is I president'was' renewed but In' otherstates theflih andoysterindustrles various 1I0'1I1nI--, ....... t....n. ,. "l MMvnuar / 'Po'
"tttata,'.., Joe Warren and Queen write and enjo r all the intellectual I Claude L'Cngle' ,, ..Reports of ; 'county officers; n. t ;
.Bess, ,vagrancy. failed to appear and pursuits that are thereby opened up with the expeptlon'of. the print-: yield 'handsome' revenue to were examined'and approved.The 110...', .,: r'
"bond. of 950: each estreated. and lull more recently have the economic 'I fag which comprises the reports the theState, ',sod no state has more coastline poll t..z'.t.ubi. were' compared wuu; ........uo.4..;...,.,.;,, ,,\ is.Ort7wttwaWa.lnv

State vs.' Annie Lester, charged pursuits one after another, Supreme- court. Thtsfclass'' of Work, than Florida *Jr greater inland I with tax collector V report 'and found !".'t1\.' '" prtit OS. ''''.' ;"

:with petty Ill.roe".r.Ued to appear and opened their door to the bilnd. Sewing was awarded to the PainterCompany. bshertes. These ooaimerclat pursuits correct. Total H oI..'.+...,.A,.. r..a....._ seA ', .

|tl bond estreated. ,,' :typewriting. ,, managing, andptanotunlog of DeLa d. are at present productive of no Income Mrs. Marlah. 'B,i ,,Gilbert., .submitted .amount warrant was drawn .-for' fuel"'''";:' "
whatever' to'the'State.The ln favor Geo.
Fish Orerttroet. ,
| '.State of Florida :u., George 'Davis are amqng the occupations The State' printing a bone "of non her report ,.as cout-tv treasurer' and '"* :owt" :
li I comoDltstoDeri .Johd'V.'Detwiler per visor, _
and Rebble Tanner, selling liquor InjiVdry In which the sightless. may excel siderabls political contention, as Is who Lied with same a receipt from N.'' B.Larson . ,. ",r' i,
I has served the. .state 'for The: followlsisddhdpens1.
!: : county, broke Jail J ails. *, capias and every opportunity for their pleasure .very well known by those, .bole' ual. faithfully' cashier showing the .following. .. : .pa"oIIg,
....uect. :'and developement Is now given ness takes. them to the capitaljtud at years without, compensation. : waft I balances>> on band:' was received' .and a;warrant...drawn! to' :? ?w

\;* state. ... John Edward dura, charged them. The ohotographs which accompany the last. session of-the Legislature. a present. during' the last ...IOD. of The I irraoMroBd .'..........,.,/..;.'ais. IT J favor' of a. ,W,. Walker\ '- fu-' Mamvntr .,.
with vagrancy,' also .broke jail andescaped. the article are unusuallyinteresting bill was passed which provided for tbep&rce1U1I1' Legislature and, did 'his utmost to. Fins. cud ratatal'.4'' : .... 'tee 81 .
have W' legislation .,., ,... .,. twit"m--.a! d.ra k iLN.f,. ., .. ;
'do the the some-sort pasted sabot ,* .j, ,- itlwnose ( ,'+ ..1I.% .
I . I ,, showing they put of the printing Over I toward this eod-bet the best be could .. .. .. .. "'... ....1. ..,... ...,.. fuse tOsruC..pb.ll.4d.ataspY..V iN'Y.r ,
State:.... IS. N. White, charged with blind children and grown 'oeople 'at State, the bill making It possible for do to obtain .......... ...-.K..<..1.,........ .....*,..., ., -HiS III:0-. .dQ8"1J.'o.)(".+,.3.,4ta..'( :S r.
selling( liquor In a dry county,', plead work and., play *. aobod.wat.b a handful of type,and a was protection ,for the: .tHBctM> DIdrIot N...,?. .... M SSBuMebxd wtAiw.tig4d.bu.p'f.r"l: w Io'jj. . .. -
loggerhead turtle. aod'otjer! > denizens .. ..... ,. .. psOoUter. .u...., .. ... . .
'guilty and was'flned\ ..t2llO.aDd. costs,. printing. press to bid. on the State DMrkt N v '*.*' [ .r.. ,... t : 'Sm'
> four months In the count (all.Vatvubf. A RUNNYMEDC ROMANCE printing' and making such bidden com- of the deep during certain seasons 8..WSchoa. |Dfctrlct N*4.S3i S4 Qi. 'wWo.4Ady. ...!.. ......... .4f.........' .ft'' '

or. Florida vs.Laws Williams, petent., This bill found t i Tor with the I The Legislator. was hell-bent On appropriating State AUF..d. ..... ;"".* seas, { Total....11,1", 'v ....,Jr:...-.-?.-, . Q ,q
IM Whicfc Capt.; : Mating .cr' Moa I ', but overlooked the 'T. M. )hrpb treasurer. bond trust '
the The bonds of Young Tlndall ait
U1fIHQTIor, In s dry county;; State members because Jt opened up *
vs.Hardy Johns, obtaining money by TlMdall Do the Retaa cl.x.i I I possibility. of State patronage everycounty. I -procallcilut: !' measures I q' every tees, flied his report- and with It deposited Robert Johnston to. carry ftreants !(' .

(false'' pretense; State vs. D.-N, Floyd The following; I. clipped from a Though the bill passed by a instance. or looked'sol 'well after them receipt of 'N.' B. Carson, were approved- " '"""

[(sarr ylog concealed weapons; and thetestae marked copy of the "Am.teurSpol'\. small majority,. U I was vetoed by lobeGonrD4If' that. they'did n;t pass. The same fate showing balance on hand of S766. 'The'following pension: applieatl 4-
overtook the 'franchise which.ould.b. Paid and cancelled warrants road
tax bill on '
this efflce 'and will
u. Emmett Hardee, carrying man' received at ,' were presented. to board and approved;
... fund .11624.fil fine forfeiture
produced' an figure ;
tied weapons,' were nol pressed be specially Interesting to our readers. It was during the. debate over'tthls easy Gen.) Alfred ;Iverson'William: 8as. '
fully $200,000a( ( year for 'the betterment fund 9157.26; general re.eDu" 9648.78
| '*od the defendants" discharged. because of the local flavor with whichit bill that Representative MoWllllams ford.a.rwell.Tboa.. R. Moseley,'A t
of the In sestlon.Blgham .
,siate ys. J. F. Porter, selling(; 1.e&IIOaecif) sprang the sensation 'of the session by treasury--, .' . were destroyed A; Farmer open' lubmltted 'their D.W.a'bt.! James Allen; "74, '

juor In a dry: county,'was tried and "We bad had, a fine days sport. declaring,that the faction of the. Legis- 'of convict. .' with Matthew 'UDd sh1U: ,; vLeyI(,*' ''''tI ,
is.adraft :
Every,, one.had killed a *oo& baa'.Dd ature. known at the administration. .Mr...Beard's.,, Platform: report hire'and Uriah',R. DIII'f&D0811 a;) .... .
j for 102.60 to :
uitteStatevi. Laura Hall and Ella Cope- I all were feeling flue; 'A party of good Faction.wee'organized into a '."Before Mr, John Beard's. announcement > .. Inspected on\ 26th The board'. .attention' being1'; ....;

tl.udt(charged<< with, ,wagrsncyl plead old tlmd folly sportsmen were at Day Club" to kill all the. measures presented as a candidate! for the United 'States ''br September camp by Inspector Nell: '18.. to the unfortunate condition''I'of'Jwsti' ,.

lulUy. and were sentenced to six Runnymede; the most delightful,, spotIn by the majority. and ito. put Senate, appeared''in"'the' Pensacola. erything O. Kf; No opmplaut or sug- Padgett and, ,
months on the county chain gang, and Florida' for the sportsman. Abundance through all measures favored by the News last week, ae lollows:' restlonsTbe were ordered drawn. la favor of>''...w." f
suspended condition that of game'and flab, hotel located" tea for amount ' "'' '' ."t; ,
sentence on administration.The' force of the I. a candidate r the nominationto supervisor of, roads- presented M lip ,
they Cleave town within forty eight high. overlooklngiilak. ;..ajparkllng, charge, however, fell through when the the United States. senate In the his report, which'read M follows George W:;.Overstreel,w" tastrwet .;;

I hours. f sheet water: of. over, thirty. i squaremiles State. printing\ bill was passed for it Demooratie-. primary, to be held In To the Honorable'' 'Board of County ed>o purchase twenty. pound of JBecmudaTseed
... J., Bass.'' Smith and smaller lakes and streams . ,and. "
SUM Morgan was Inspired for the purpose it' was 1008, and announce the following platform Commissioners. pla&t'along newly
Mather. Cary Jackson I* .J, Jones all around,it; deer, turkey; quail and said at the time, cf getting the State of principles, '"upon which I ask Gentlemen:. 4 graded road ,and:.warr at was ordered '

I and Albert Arnold selling liquor In a snipe, and an occasional: ,.bear In the prioting away frost the Capital! Pub the support; of. the Democratic people: I have put; down all the clay we had drawn for"amount. :.oeesssaryWporchase. ...

din i county, continued for the term. forests, and 'the. stream and lakes lishing company, because the President First-A constitutional amendment on hand except'about five care which .same: ;:, ,'ii.

'State, .,,. Warren King .....IIIt, and full of black bass ..and.other game of the company, as editor of a limiting the franchise to the white reserved[ for 'repairs. 'B.,.. done \ .The fotowlllc'1I .. :a'ss': 6_'........ .

ryj. Defendant was ,tried and fish.. After' a good dtDoer.we 'had .weekly journal, was a strong supporter males of and over twenty-ope'years. ol four days' repair work with the teams ta detelj.approved. ... : .
*! wd guilty and '..sentenced to PU' alOfMOand .gathered comfortable club room of the admlulitratlon; > ut4' 'jeheP&asantHlU, road Haye also Il$7 ''''

Mrl 'cost* or serve, thirty tottalfcof: the day's!! gfj0*-, -*Bd. .Thechlef-Ssosiorfor.theV'jt; >lH wasRepresentative Sge8ecoed.Stah'rprohibition'; :of the done S> some I' between .Whittier .........-.j..,......a-..: .a rJNrMtwrearatd ,

..l fa jail other days- to come.' Lodes IfeWllliams;' :of St. sale'of intoxicating liquorsand' federal and.St.. .. Cloud;>Junction. .laTe w .....;_.. M a.'...,......:..1... 'a SM'-N t +
..... ... D,. Rotundo. 'selling "There was big John.. of Johns 0&1ID..1..a. which le located the prohibition of ,the shipment of i been over all the roads la '{he* county .aWal nretsserlWMttiis..........., ..'

i'a dry county,,was tried ..andtgtllty. O en. N.-J., a splendid} shot' and a printery of the St. Augustine Record, D&oltlcwllallquore Into a prohibition. and find that the road 'from, Whittle*. SLGsl sea............\.4 ..:......, 0. r
good fellow none better ..CaptainChris. -': .. I ....T_ ... ....... .
owned by Henry M. Flagler, the political s."., to 8u Cloud'.Jeiuxionis, la a''worse . .i. ... ..
i vs. Henry Oauldlo,. vagrancy' Maling; a golly old tar. 'of His antagxHtUtof or the present admin ''Third-A strict "Dd".ltld, but fair condition ..LI -..;... ... >
than road have.
any we i."I I II I .L JJL 'J............ ..
seas tried and found guilty and the Majesty's navy, who knew the world istratloo.: If It had not beea''for, the and wltetregulation: :and. control- of would silggest that U '.... do any Da vii..rrf. ...
adant sentenced a fine and loved Runnymede best,; Moss Governor's of the the the"r conoraw asserting: the a ii
.... was pay. veto, ,measurere power, work(at pjeteot on ;ear. old reads' .i \ !V-V '
.dollars'sod ..costs or serve Tlndall',never out of Florida, 'but Record Company; would::'undoubtedly cm p4ete''jeHsMcbion{ of the federal0overaeaent 'L ,. ,

1 days in the county jail whole coaled and, full of native wit; have been a bidder, but. as It was the over taterstate, commtrseand 7'"i":;'. , : ,.. 1 . '
,i i v.. David N..OHfton, carrying : Steven .Hardlag. Ward Lee and Capkal.Publlsblogdempany and,:the MM equally OM.ptete Jurisdictietf ::,.;

without lloeosT> plead gum others? from r Philadelphia and :'New Deland Company,were' the''onl,'' ',bid, of the state over?,the.commerce 'with'In .: f.

..' fined, >|.35.0\ 'and "costs', orMdrtydays. York a younger,set full of lov. of the ders.. ' Its borders.- J.1. : ii

sport. Mating and Tlodall .pairedthat The rumors of an" extra .esston4 Fourth-Th. preservation of the .. .
-Ctate Hasaselling.llquOr'a day fop deer. We all agreed the state. and of, their governments' Inall
J C.
vs. the Legislature" are persistent, and U Is : ,AiO Kfndd'\;4ai'IL'fyNO'Ip
I dry,!pointy'wa. taken up _,,TueeI reason for this was they never agreed. now said that the session will be called of their reserved rights and powers I I F
I to brought.-In a fln. fourprongbuck and the. ef the federal PUNERAL.DIRECT'O. . ;, 'made to Order,; "wf
moraine, but owing the absence They for th..I&". : of the month. The support < govern* . -=9
aaterjal''' wltnsss for' the defense and both'had a different reason Governor ....m..ID.1IOD-comm1t.t..t.. but. meet in Its,whole* delegated constitutional . LICENSED EMBALMER, .. ; I

Ioe i was set for trial. next Monday. for not bringing la''wo' ; and each. it Is understood that !le. Is InterviewIng vigor o Prompt attention Given; 't* .

:Gtt: 11": ". positive his re&lOn was.. correct. members of the Legislature. the. JOHN S. ,BKARO.. I sent b :?mail. .'ej' tI '

I '(Th* following jurors.were drawn 'to !'I.say old chap;" says; Msltog'toTindall subject. and according to report. there ': ,' Also Nice Line ojf' Ladles' 'ands' I L. '*jordert' : or* ,.i ,''a {;
week O.R.Bass. /\. "I have the most wonderfulrifle For Sale., telegraph:,
I serve nsxt : ff Is-very likley to 'be a session: The . ., '
Pass,.Jn&iW.< : Tracy, L. K. Durham, In the world, English!: make; .you reason's for the eesslon are, apparent 1 ,Nine room'two 'story cottage7'' tad t Cants'' "'Buriil ,Robes" I i' (1HoNe7..8. ,\

IH. E.'Brown, ',C;. A. .Lanler,, J. 8. know/.Dd all that, really Do end, to-1 in the Insufficiency of the funds .pro- two lots, '.lth'dftee'o bearing bra'ngitreeel I.- 'Residence ''West.; Side. of'" '. .

1 Underbill Rull B..I.G.. D. Davis, Its range; kills game'clear be,00411))s vided to meet the appropriations: In .flrtt-class repair. p.1t,3ISOj ,( ,, ,.. -:' Court.House Square": r ..I

W.-.B. Rsulertoo-. 8. Todd. W F. range of any' rifle lever; 'saw, you The 'appropriations could be Indefinitely : J. M, Wuua9N'J&:" ,; _.. ._" _"' ,Aca6u sa/lslaci8ci/k,6atYlc/ .' :;.
sit Africa.
know. Last ,I In .1.
Walker.' year
held tin by'the,.Board 'of State T ...
'Court tbeB:"adjourned w i ioeot;again On a Tuesday morning I was treadingthe Institutions, and'this' action has been " '

|"a Monday, Oct.\. %t.t.. dry bottonof. the despest canToq :
... taken so far, so that Done of the appropriations
--"-- continent I bad tble rifle with
on the '
Letter,to A. W. ..u... me. Looking 'up the mountain side save ooe 01' two If'm.n'oDei : _

t KIS8IMMEB FLA. far to the'rlffbt,.. De.rlr'OU& of. sight, have been paid -Comptroller evenserved

ezperieocet. I '" the head 'and shoulders of a notice on t.lJe.Go.erDor b.t." ImportedFiiiiiJdpahii1: T. :
r Dear, Slrr Such' as this I bills for the mansion .furniture would j
buok: 1 rested the rifle over the'edge '
occurring all the :
over country* pot be psld,but. Inasmuch. the notice I..
of a'iock'and'sbot'the'buck, ; sprang ,
dge ,1 D.; .Falrchlld owes two was not given until after thee fur.
.exactly alike In LufklnTexes.Torrenoe Into the. air and fell back out of sight.The '
.. ceased nlttire was purchased that matter wa$
both houses report had hardly echoing '
painted, adjusted. The present'status. is that j
'when I another faraway ,,up the .
d ;,Devoe J5| gallon;' the other spied ftl'
with '
: all appropriations,, held 'up,' 1" ,, .. 1 ,
mountain. side to the left 'A. before,
wttti sold at same pricej
:anotner paint
Immediate of being paid
-'", ,lk>n... That 25 gallon paint' Is I retted ,and took' \ careful, aim l the and this Is a matter that. will of.neces j 'We have ]just rjeceiyed; .afine, assortment ofJAPANESE .t
+ and.15 per cent :whiting; Iob.t..'. distance. being enormous, but .M with shy-be the Legislature. ,, 1 : ,, j .
.tt ook: 0) gallons more, ,' the first1one the seoond.deer sprang. 1 '
'It, does not mean necessarily that it \
'beto'pay'for. into the'af' and len back: out 01'sight.' "
'ou oaD'le.m.for nothing.what. will be neceesaryAfor the body to make 1 ; :
Would believe me when I tell you GOODSYS
i 4 "Yonrs truly you will
an additional tax levy, but it benecessary j" >
A Co. ' on my honor they were' so far 'fromme '
F'W '
T.MwBBMs Me4 Msejej**ejs *s"SWiSS ri* sM* and so 'far .tl' m each ;other the. for'' the Legislature 'to act 1 S' of all descriptions "suitabtel'f' : Birthday .and' e
.' before; any of the special fund. could :. .
.Vote' meat actually spoiled "before rI, could, 1
r get to them" > be diverted for the parooie of payingthe Wedding Presents., r
1 ,
. Commissioners met appropriations., Several 01be :
County "Moss reached torthi'ieoaoter..The; ,
c '1I toOi1tID. to"finish":canvassing' the rest Of us''moved away back., .After a funds In the' State Treasury and "pay. j MVM'. MWVH. > ** T** MM MMMIIMtfMMWaiMM. M *MIIMMMMMM_ WI HI _' i

> of the wet and dry election.' At.eys. good,, long straight'whiskey." ... Moss. able haVe snug'balanees, ; that could: be 1 1dl.ert.e4 Our selection".consists Bamboo. Poitiers.. Screens, 'Curtains?*;, .. ,Ii: :
a.kedba' the with the .authority to
the oroper
for wets
,., got his courage..' : 1 Parasols:. WJckerwork"aud. nuttier
settlement Cushions ,
$ weld be counted;UIK>O three motions CaplaUa, runs aln'j a the .of .obligations; ley ,
Say ; your; 1
ac;:Thai the returns'should,be"com* marker to, ,my Winchester,, Do, .you led by legislature.., 'yet there I. a bus and 'costly assortment of 'ase'u1. rand ornamental: " Chinaand: : I,, '

with b&lloeahatreturss should know wbeq I'm going) ..Into"strange popular outory' : scgalnst any soon diversion. ,Brie-n-brac.' - '

k compared with the registration, list woods I take the points of the', . 'We ''would call attention to our Complete. Line of .Floor Cover- .- ,, a

that. PlneeasUe' should be Inoor- ins\.alai level with my ''shoulder' and ; The convict lease a"revenuetotbe money,'for:, example : inss consisting of Carpets ) Matting.Rugs.. Art.Squares, tbEcr; all'ay'}' .t w
.bIell7IeU.' Stateof 'i.
la I the face of returns. When fire., 'I have followed the biases'on\ ") n .
,, tIO.,000 si quarter,could he used; but reasonable prices. f. .
for I; the rea.oti of motion thei the pines for three days on'; boreebaok .

i ,,- that they believed! ,' 'and" In'making long'';shots at. if tb w.c...,, ... don counties It. .would be :'. ':COME;>I ND;> LET: ; us SHOW you14. WI1AT: :Wi''HAVEJ\ n;
5mong'whloblbsfundA .
of.'t.tie..arD. .
,c. the face : fresh meatsuch,; as you 'teH about, ,, I . .., r" ' .,
'y.|Me no claim of' fraud of: any always salt my toad.'.'' ; Is' dlttrtbuted:log;,"Increase ,the i : : .. : :: ; county rftte of taxation t So, alter all. 4 \ r J
":; tlpoa ad vice of Atoms f 8.atsioaan CAPTAIN BILL. <<>o '.', .
r denied the motion, 9 -" It Is just. about as-broad ae I....,'...'.d 2as 4 ,W,' ' '' B. ,MAKINSON" '! ,', .
P.:8eI.: a direcytss: lesy.',while' be4e.. ''r.. :1t ), I '. '. '. \ ,: ,, ;
.....". was J : .. C'i . .."
t ot tfcroyaLatn \ ';" ', ' .. .. oI' i .l't': '.,. ! \ti i
also : ,Mary \;bsaaass :Small orange,grove twaVdweUinghousesi welcome,.would perfcaee. .w.:.d'piIs'able 1 :"l'. \ K"! 81MMEGJ! ;
wlew,a1..Yproer17' '" .... 1ieM' ......' Jraoa4 :saO n P l f 1 fond;

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,', 'I r, ,tbe mentioned fcy >> oeelt7ol "Wrigbtin

his telearaui for,to* arrival, of bint..! CAME' ,OF HOOD WINK
left and Wlnyard tUatley at' VictoriaStatlon. '. ,
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'..e '1' 'r4'r>>; Thnr{<5ey| balfpaitseven. < i "i' .J.I. ,,,r .,., ..( .I.' '!Of'i: /
., Will you' coras' ,with meet- Being 'I PJavea: Qpfn+ ,!' UlUS rna '
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,' ...,"-.Talc.'i..l. IC p'j.;'. "..'. Loire shook' : his,head'.10"11,04 with of South, By.OirTrust.MANY .; Ii '- : u aon. .nee< 9
( much/ dellbPta t 1011.. .

of.t1IJe., ........ Henry..... eon, will find Leiw changed,"' saltLowe 't' 'tie i \.a sock car o ihiL c

( knowing that lie was .broachingn"pleatlnir . ... ;
...... : >'' '" -CONCERNS BOGUSWhile '
lnJiatJ Seton. ..ltIbJf'Ct11 it :
; ., vLE : yourJiieck'& cure.SNOW1 .
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; i'i errlnicn. "\ <<. he will' find her grown She 'Is '" .,,,,,\ ,,' +..+.. a ", : : .
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"'" SecretS rvic._" - .i.iee A young lady iiownna
Quite> able to lake rare of h.rselft' .. I

... Fb suggested. ; Lowe. Mrs. Wright turned! . ,. Are. Disclosed, ALL D'C3. '

mid their eye rye) r. Lo ve'. were as Being Part. ..1'Pa,: ,- f

1:1'11but there was'about tbe lines of
of Parent >> :
c.ll/ Oslopusllamptori .
bib face a faint suggestion of a smile. / ,
______ ...< .w ':'111: -- F .aa11
I That was the beat he could do In the "
l-frj ij'iti JVf It jrJ J J N'O
v: .m '1J\'Sj" J"'j., J)1WJTJi'J Jl r R l esa e K P
_' way of smile, by'j-eanon of the lone O, stce'preatdentof )
CUAI'TRR' I. 1 her.TTr;, tint !the wbltf lids: rinsed over while uiuitntlie Hint hid his Up*. ,.. tasstashiasss' BSLjfcSMSSfaasfci [ . i i i .
6, ? Cousfiiraton.MOXSlUtHl : I tbent. A fnlut plukIUi
JACOIU-llio n ir. t'llher flu tk.I Sliii knew that her daughter ,, testified Monday I In Its hearing- BatlartTs Snow U pouotrajod the iwWi pmraoo-
; < ir. Jug free clrauUtlou cviUjy the mu&Aca; n ora claUt.1clty.rrURE .
Information from ) ,
Nuntlller': obtained'my was fair, and also that !It Is the fairest at New York of the federal, suit
t Jm-oUl bowc will! Cia .rl... MlMtlpy.! site said In nu lu- who find' the saddest lives here. She the Rt13WfA1T5MCUTS.SPRAWS,13RNSlai; : ) "
against oil combine that In
V' mare r-ourley- Iillll'y4" "' of the southern elates the Standard .WOUNDS , 4
of the ) .
Naalllle Incllued 'nor bend, wlilmnralolug \ nrotUer beset the path of 'beautiful woman ''DV, $>'AND ALL PAINS. ,
.'p her eyes'anil the! Inlrotturtloiwas 'Hi-other of the"Who Ulsti.r: tbe thousand little slips so easily made had expedient) to sell ,

,5 liitroiliK-or Mr' ts dully nt''t -",III KnKlniid. tho thousand bands ever ready to push much of Its products' tbrough"comnax,
turned with) a little. ,!gb I 'with' bill vlilef;; Colonel'\Vright?" the fitumblrr down tho billy Bijt! licr tiles which the ''public believed'ip be'' ;I
VrIgbt. away of hosless' The Hnroncas bowed her bond In acqulescence faith In J.enl1'1111 very great. Independent nortT Start'' Provo, Utah: vrlfrogt! *'1 have nerd :Bolterd'a '
,( of relief tb' ronlluue hef duties Snow iSnlmont for :Ilouralpia ..Coolb aclio and Ooro 'Ihroafc/ !
; II nvl lips were pressed I
rr | While these. two travelers
the bnroue were )Ir.
Monsieur JaoobI and her colorless eyebrowsxllffhlfy Kellogg, counsel foe\: the sovern- \rhtoh upou cppHontlon[ ,r.vo JTIO luiitAnt. relief. 't can rooon J.cioiul .-|
ese bad never been to her bo before, Hone together Jacob! pridedliliuself worrying; themselves over the roughness mont, drew from the witness that the It M> bchirr the bent Liuimer.?::'.I havo ever oeod la 00x102''' I Ipala

and lie Dflute Utile F.otlhhTOUIIIn' rnlseJ., Monsieur of the road they bad lone since Standard Oil company of Kentucky, : cats b not prepossessed In' favor of the upon his was which acts R" of 23C SOc AND SI.CO
'innitersonnccted with the female veiling agent oil IDelltuc1rY ,
foreign lady. Monfcicur Jacobl, ot thoughts made her appearance at

onme,. was Jrrepro l'b3ule. Every_6)K) heart and rolnJ. Uetberetrrecbanged. till! end of the 'Orrldor-a dainty vision Oeorgip.Mfsalaalppl'LoutaIlane .

i knew the name of the uew uiuslclaovrbose the tubi.ct 8Q1I11.'. 'JII abruptly. II of soft while muslin with a broad yclow Tennessee !and Alabama, bad purchased Ballard Snow 'Liniment Co.
You did not expect lo.inoet me here ,
rlollu had Inslouatetl iilui Into shah round a lender waist. Lena : numerous mall Independent

every circle: lai London vbere the flue to-niirbt.' ho said, with"exaggerated was attended- by a huge cavallenoficnceful selling companies and through many Ct oo- (J2 North Second Street,

4' .' rrts cams uuder unprofituble illscusIon. coolness. but distinguished appearance.As of them Mold oil to the. consumer.Mr "
. + '' ."No." Her voice was totally wltbout.exprt'.ion. she came lightly, along tbe (corridor Westcott threw a side light on ST.' LOUIS, hn .sOtJRI.

i The tntrodwcttou'took place In the aho,was bt, diy engaged: fultliis back
the business department of the Stand
smstief: drawing'room vrblcb was nl- "1 am here on business!! over her ears nnndry little stray wisps
most deserted at tbe moment. Indeed, "Indeed: "* and tendrlU of hair. These particular I ard concerning which the federal conn-1 -and Recommended 'by

there. was only one other person pros- "And ,.ou," Inquired( .:Jacobi!, lu olontly. little curls were almost) golden.". while MI hail been seeking Information since Sold" .'.

rpb This was a mau-with hair and above them tbe heavier coils darkened the beginning of the Inquiry. For 'Sale' at ROBER50NfS DRUG. STORE. ,

pointed beard. mustache aDd oTBrbaug- Tbe'Baronest looked np wltb slightly Into living brown. She' was smlllncr Mr. Weatcott testified'' that each -" - "m_ ---=- ....:.:.. _ _- -.:.. ---,_',

v Jog eyebrows, as white at snow Tli rained eyebrow and breathless and Just a little flushed. month the main office of the Standard KISSIMMEE

I Lead was tbat or no' old man-such: a? "That is my affair." .Lena's_eya wer.e In striking contrast Oil company 0'( Kentucky at Coring*

> ,ooe pictures the ancientpatriarch tobats Jacob! smiled ag ln. with a singelady to her hair and fair complexion, for ton,, sent to him not only ths reportsof .
been-but tbe body was straight unpleasant curl of the lip. they were,, 1Ia&CI-A.dark, deep bazel-

r and, the movements., without' brine .'Yea. Baroness;' be snld. "1 am hereon full oft, ready laughter, capable ofparkllng I the business operational ofthe, : EOt1TS

lithe,were far from denoting InttriultyTThls. business connected with the brotherhood will unbounded mischief: I'Standard but statement concerning EXVE1t

was Lauranoo'Lowe-a mosslecs and I rail upon you to. -assist but In repose they Were as demure and ,,relght shipments and rile of oil by .., ..
s .tone .whose rollings days were dou ,1 me." S I1Il'glblo( as' those of a nun. At the all competitors. These statements, according *

t People whispered to ono another that The' Baroness looked somewhat 'snl' present jnonient they were soft and to Mr.; Westcott gave the name nK.u.ln' LILUm. 8TKAUER HOSBAOA. t
'. J Jn by.fjiurahce Lowe would leo, and remained xllent. excitement Captain Cla.JClb.II'Oa. 8t, Captain Clay Jobnaoa. Jr. c'
, days gone Ililteolng.vlth[ and wcarlicss I Clf the consignor the consignee, the
tale bare ceased his rolliifg ways, but .')Iiss Lena Wright," continued, ; dab roull eyes for a man' to look amo-/ t of oil shipped and Infor Regular" veekly, trips' to B"IIDc.r.4 return. Roseada leave Klaalsao' ;

r that prorlJeuee, bad ,willed It otherwise Jacobl.. "the daughter of our amiable into, especially amid the surrounding mat/.n any era Tuesday morning, and arrives Kltslmmee Friday" : evening. i
that be .lIable.
1 .sending: a conragecua and fairly hostess. Is. I have\ : reason .to believe, of odorous lowers, within sound of might Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer.Sibee and Fort Uyera on tart L181a

Intelligent/ young soldier;-one Lieutenant Likely, and more than likely, to come low dance music, for. the next waits-. One of the most startling of the dlv Comfortable accommodation for paaaeagers. Rates reuonable. -

? Wright-to set tbe stone once more i. In for* a considerable fortune on tbe bad begun.; .. closures made during the day came The. most picturesque Waterway '10 Florida,

-golDg, and to gather for himself the death of- Mr. Laurence Lowe, whom The big man upon' whose arm- she when Mr. Westcott testified that for ... raaseager and Freight Rates apply to .;.

_I.. Whatever niar bare pasted be- I have seen tonight for tbe first time. was leaning, was fanning her! with 'several> years the-campanr has bad' a CLAY JOHNSON. SR. Proprietor

yl tween tbe white balred maD'.ud thee Sbe I I.. I am led to suppose, singularly great sweeping strokes,'so that the lace .bureau set aside for tile .solo purposeof Oa board."Ijnie.: Klsslmmee. lie
little m.troDtlll comely and amiable somewhat rouiantlt. and with
; cheery upon her dress fluttered in the breeze.
a keeping!( down the prices of rival ..
bearty-In those forgotten days was no more strength of mind or purposethan "Oh, Charlie" she was saying, "that concerns. c- .- --0. -1t..4., ;.,_ v-:'" .
t never referred to It. Tetple,wondered >English !lad7. Tbe Brotherhood,, as danced like that before. The'music The bureau, which was under! the

jwby Mrs. Bright should trouble' herself tau know, .U''desperately .in need 'of seemed to stop suddenly, to, die away supervision! :of W. E. Ilemas. was sir The :M ater-ial-.Vdlue of

L: with this silent old man who contarlbatea und.. You begin to -see, .fair Baroness Into nothing and then'-we came 'to, en .every detail of Information concerning .

0;. In no ''way t? tie entertiloa ?" earth. Why was It so lo"e'y-h7' was companies rivaling the subsldary -

t >utjo! her'guests. Tiey''conslderelMm "Von tvUh-to enroll her*" naked,; the It so lively}" concerns of the Standard Oil com* FriendshipsWhat

aa old bore, though\ lie never dii- Caroness In her. emotionless 'manner.: '
;The big &.u continued fanning lie any bjr ;spies In the employ the
f, played: the least anile"y to be honored, "Y ou .wish to buroll her, and for. \be looked down at her with a slow, grave lattercorporation Boon to Our Weaknesses l.

," 'with their s.tteutlou-never .,.,",ed. sake of her money"f* mlle, such expects to see a , Friends--Yet Rich IBy
on Mr. Westcoti testified that he bait'often Nothing But Hou .
confessed to fatigue, and never \
never : 1 think. replied Jacob), gazing sadly Saxon face : :

partook la: a general conversation. I at the floor, "I think It would benefit "And 'Will," 'he said. "did we come 'made 'reports as to the L nrlcea' ,

.' ft 'was to him' teat )!rL' Wright the 'causf.:' .. down to earth gator of oil charged by rival companies ,Iii O. J:, .MardenJ .> '.

turcod with! her ,ead, 'smile. wbtcb. '"What do you wish me 10( do' asked 'They both bad seen .Irs. Wright and his state and be forwarded the. re- '
w' however bad sotnetbioc different In it abe, abruptly. '. Lanrance Lowe' and they both knew < ports, to the .statistical bureau orwhleh' :1++...e o' ; CST think of what It means to have lItJ1U iatlle frleD 4e* *
;,, '' jrben bar eyes poet 111m..colr.eY' / "NoUi.\ ng much-tonigbtt"'was the that they were.wlthlor. earahotTbat that Bemal' had charge. After 'Mr.Westcott ,'' 0a. fraysj looking out for, our t Wfests'working for ne.
.-.. he ,, interrocaUvely. :: saying a good word for ua at every opp
,.said reply "Tell me what .list Wright Is appeared In no way to Interfere with or' lift the witness stand a'c Jtlme ; "1
:without moving mu tacbe or bcari, ftreuPlt'In. that I II'. apeaklotf-for u. In our.abVenCo ff en w.
so may recogniseter. restrain their nrum'.nt connected
i I and offered her his arm.< I will roaniRe'to''get an lntro
'"Thanks* ; Laura nee?,I'' will, ," replied ion somehow nat will.!be enough Charles Mlatley taking one, stride toe".1'J' inquiry said: : : dens killing.lies which would Injure us,'correcUBg.pretslona tae
tbe little i1ttefulsmile.: "For have of to overcoming the p<4$.d1M.
v. lady.-with'a for to-nlgbt." two of I/ena's. years we known the f --T--5- trying Bet-vs right
:During the last twenty years these two "Sbe Is dressed in wblte"': replied It was.' perhaps no coincidence that existence of the .bureau- bat have not T,... .......$. created by some,mistake or slip ova first bad Ins P

bad cone tkroegb'ebat. Vttle.. ceremony... .. ::. ..b*JPajrone; *In the concise manner of when Lena andjher'partner approached, before, beau able to find out'anyUiIng'abont -. ?"' ,. ', '. we made In some: >silly lDO\.meat-who .are 'alwaysi'something 't
!J' kea eeds e, ttaiesv - was' to give us II lift or,help,up along} .
one.who observes everything and for'gals the two elder lolka looked up, not at It. When It created it,meant '
y ;;:: saitdlatd'aother,I room tail _Itbla'r ;What sorry figures many of4eswouldcut but lorar'friendilaurred ) .
H nothIDCr.II !andtsilght' her.; but'at Cliarjes )1bUe8ome- .a". beginning7. the l'ocl r foe,the;; oil <
1be' was left-akne with iloaIcnr I and,scarred reputations meet of us would have but for the cruel
little rather
< , a derkerkthankotne; thing some vague and doubting wonder companies who remained'independent.I .
r" JacobLr,8e1uid| 'rolZelln4 blue badly :'dressed- and 'somewhat untidy; roust have prompted Mrs. Wrightto that have been warded our fiends the healing balm that they:: bar

'sell .lbet'eagsgeweutcard: ; and was I 'suppose abets considered! bcautlfpir: do this for every mother looks .ten regard $r. Westcott's testimony' as piled to the hurts of the world! :Many et us would have been very'!

uowatadrlng It PDCU la hand.' Every .+Yon do not, know bel',"' V: "times ether! own daughter'' In 'a ballroom the most Important, :-we have ,bad .at poorer financially, too. but for the hosts of friends Who bare seat us c

, 'carve of bas body tbe. very manner In "No. ; s" tor'eve.. tbat her the', Inquiry.. and clients and bustnaswbo'.bate- always turned our way everythingcould.
r once '
:- eyes rest '
'which.-. held bis pendi; bis" eagerly S ;,
. Monsieur- Jacob! "110" became ab- on some other person's otr.prln.-Tb7 It 'was learned that] the bureau
I bowed bead, were eppre&lTe'of the almost orbed in the rearrangement of 'the can"no pure help'It than an artist can is still la existence and Is located Oh, what. a boon onr friends are to our weaknesses; our idlosynefactosi< ?
1t i' deference and respect: IIower.ln sixth shortcomings;, our failures''generallyV ,How they throw a mantle of .e
delicate his buttonboi 'and: resist tbe magnetic attraction which 'on the floor:of theStandard OH .
t, ,Tb.Baronets bad not :jet floor raised ntrooK Ian. took the opportunity of glancing keenlyt'hi'companion's draws him to tbe contemplation'of bin boUdlnJ(;' at, No., 16 Broadway over our faults, and coyer up our defects! ..... .
yes, from'th.opoUltata t.C" +whlcb however Was: there ever such capital for starting in business for oneself as
(. In
; own picture! a gallery full superior Mr Uemas. however, left shortly bft-
.( white bands, beautifully shaped of friends? '
How have
motionless. , of many people who ar..noW' successful would gloat
works. But
; good lady '
and incased only In open-work mitten; re"'th.JIqury ,w'Js started and Is' '
the encouragement y'
expression'. looked' at Charles'' struglejn some great crises of their lives, but for the
' lay Idly uJoo' her., { Up. There wasaooietbliig "I have taken tbe liberty'of placing resting on his strong Mlstley clean-cut, her eyes face now. 1&14'. 'to' be'.' In Japan. .>, < soma friend which has Uded them ever the critical placet How barren,a t
whole attltuCe.: !
J in bor lean our lives would be If tripped of all tbat our friends have don for f .
? t tier down' ray name against the' dance about torommenee with,a,wistful, questioning expression y
repose ol fa1r"fat'ID) $ SCHOOLS NECESSARYAs If you are starting out In a profession and waiting for clients or p
cast which was forced and unnatural. lie sold "It Is a.-wqltx .which loomed.nimo"t to savor of fpccbodlng. ; EPARA.rE.: ; ,, ,
.eyes Hera ' loaecd a beautiful : Shall we1' go Into the'other room, ?" Laurance Loire gazed- at tbe what more pro Uabla' .ar tit occupying your spare' time than Ita. a1

; lace, sculptured was' -oil lather .a 'mallfr I . young fellow with theme I keen : bluoeyes Outcome''of. .Racial Antagonism In.. friendships? If. you are Just starling out In business, the reputation' of ha
'' ? ing a lot of staunch friends will give backing, will .bring to caa
CHAPTER It you you
:.. .- than t:..o"lIlbietI- admire.- pale v, of his and his face bore absolute Hattlesburg, Ml .. .
.( The ovens., ly, no expression tevr.. It It has been said that "destiny is determined by friendship." ,\ _
swb 'was
'asd) ,'W'Jt1l red, ,level lips {;nil A resolution calling for separate the
''' It would be Interesting and helpful if we could analyse lives of
,, dose set.:S'". (Her soft,rotorlets Lair 'mien' Mrs.. 'Wrlgbt'&lbd LSnrinc4; merely! calni.'ImpasKlve contemplation schools for Italians,:Syrians' 1and., R Ult- fellow
cesvtul people and.those.who have been highly honored by their ;
'almost'lrbtte In Its exn andfind out the secret o{their .
1 was arranged with extreme timpltcity hey turned their steps/towa'rd1/ a diminutive'apartment sailor looked down on them Mlsa| was adopted*\,y the local boardof success.; l

t. :a J fist sbe.wora tvparrd| | upon -- ne 'side, where':some ,late from his exceptional height and smiled '
la accordance'with a....blor'now obsolete arrivals were yet partaking'of lea and quietly diaries Mh-tl.y'a.amlle: :was, education Jt' will be presenttd'tothe '

S Iw'Eagland. 8be: conldmot have I coffee. For, some minutes ;,neltbcr a. pleasant ,one to meet.. It seemed<< city council 111,an'. effort,to obtain f Advertise in Your Home Paper,

r been, more thaI; tweu'y,nve'ycin of spoke Lnnrance Lowe ',,,al a singularly somehow tn bring him down to"a low funds :for: [erecting, 'separte. j*school i,, ,

age despite 'her repots of manner,' silent flan! and ilrs. Wrightwas ,er level: and smaller.'plainer men.felt : buildings. ''Receot race antagonism In I '

which, was at.oolt that of si. matron. by no'iueant au excessive talker. lerr Inferior. It ''''''I a' ready; smile; the ylcinlty'; 8P allT'against Italians, For. the" Very .;Best :Results: .

'' When )Uonsieur'Jt
sure that they were atone the expression : and both. epjoyed thee long.spells cerity. '. .: .. .r .
i w_ of bis'keen face underwent a're'tnarkabie jf!, silence., Lowe' found a seat for "I bo\..," he said, '.daDc d Lena Into ". -.7".- -
i; { change, though_ bll..tUtQcte .Ir..'' Wrlrbt'10 tbe dimly:lighted cork : a state of seutlmentallty.; require. FESTIVE CRACKSMEN, AT WORK*. 1
t f' remained. unaltered. ridorj''just'outside1'the _mall coffee bringing;'down toe'au erery-day. level, -' How '

c! a- "Wbor; be asked In' a low-pitched room, and let her there while be wentla so brought her to ler,mother.". :" .. 'Safes Blown- In Two Georgia! Towns .to Speak Correctly :
: ,
h? Voice and with ..amUewb. : ; 'YOU are vcry.usef at all events,", ,
an *nplea aqt quest of. thY'toffee. rre ently lie I Loot Secured. ; '
;L,+ is the old fossil Lwbo> wenrf an returned and 'llft t"down,beside' her. (said )Ira,. Wright;: favoring Mlstley ,and .MucK. .

ipyegbiM In one eye and sees with the "Leas:', IIld't.o"e;;pensively, as bestirred with'a smile. ,-I .ni'very grateful t.. tel.llon'Frackameo.\ ., -who, hare ::8y john"D.. 8ar. ,-,.. :bANY

other* The Baroness raised her,alm his coffee '.*!1s yon..Charlie. she-continued "f.or"; In .
'.r t . looking lovely. to- :recently .been'operating southwest ..... --"o.l-A..
Woe eys,;and' met'J cobr....sardonicsmile night. : s "' :-with that Baroness de- deBoniethlnaV.: v-:
Georgia. :town. ,Monday: morningburglgrized'two I .
with a contemptuous stare. ,Through .the >curtained floors the there bad great1 difficulty finding ., people,- fOr, example, fairly (weU.educatedpeople.; < i
fe "p,.:;Your conscience mutt Indeed' be an cadence of a slow: soft"wall* reached H partners for her; the young men nowadays : ... itores' '' BOlo' an4 ". :' don't know. bow to pronounce the letter that follows g.J;

.vll '.oDe. Jscobl." sbe said,,,slowly' their'' Mr..'.rlslnc and falling oqj\ the : are so hard to please,and I And:agrowlnjfted inotber( atObb; :asial'ltowo.. ,; near ,I for'spefllnc the' name:, of, altch.some .of these i]
.. ', ', l ? I :; 'among tbmlo divide ,, ...
Y.ou reforeversuspecting Ibe moat heavy"atmosphere.1: Mrs" Wright was >
f. lanoccnt' 'and ot, treachery the.jprosrainjlatnoogfour; ',or fire 'Araericus! ,. .Safes"were .d71!eNted'andhnndrade
.Charmless Anxious tbts evening, and ..IIU"mtIe. .. letter that follows r is frequently 'pronounced as, .
r l -Jd do6ble-dallniyr ... She bid\ that morning received: ateiegrafi ,partners at the most. / ) ? of. "dollars' --securea.* !while ;n weredoabVeycr; ,;Instead of double-u., ''A' fault, often M"

p* I j! !'Nevertheless.. ,!Baroness,"who \..that I frOrn'bct'busband, announcing ,Charles
...7'h- .l" I ,:' I his arrival' at Brindlsl on the homeward of hit e.m.'d frequently.Yef7 profitsbly =, ;ta.tb letter, which makjM it sound.very like the( ,Pflf
m" Is"one La'nraace in ot 'i\\ ',and postofflce IIlonf i nrderi'were'scattared .
jJTTbat marts; blend voyage from India and she had place )Vo \ .. Jlqnl4 '4onIsL. .f' 0 "',- s
t ,
Lowe-an English radical.which not seen him for'two anxious.. weary .'""Yes," "WJC.ena-mu.1nhIlwlh; am allthe'wladom'of'HArfr.t Say, the.alphabet aloud' ahdwhen,, you have finished ask yourself Y'tatie<
i .paeans-nolhlngj> ne liatby,tloa.-Ume ,years.: ''She'sipped'; ljer and season; "I broadcast'i, .
jcoffee .. 'letter perfectly instinct' and Intelligible to any' one:who botgMllatentng. :
Hr the
the atralc\.tbllt is tbe. Mrattert "
completely ..salstegcw:of "a Deed over: her toward Laurence .
cup Ilea 'We fundamental principle of,all
j bath of ....' I should Imagine; ; that bU Lowe. His great eyebrows were dmW'fonr.nI. $ rising genera Uon.".*'Ipp! ,y:g.i4 -1 1And' 1J tf 7"RO| OP. .HOBOES .KILLED. :ipoken'wore Here should 'be: distinct'and .intelligible speaking; ,every,<
of In
every n tias
'' 'Vtol" attention and time are'given to that his she looked) demurely and Innteethl.ep - ',' I' I ;
so eyee were In 1m- aiphabeteaeh.lettet aught totpakea'perfegt. ,
; escape from;
1 *... managenieot 9f his owp, affairs," peaetrablel.1padow: *ne 'looked"1' at Mistley.WhoaB Ibltlais appeared Were .Stealing Ride _, n' Freight, .Trait toolips ef
t very speakerDoes' it makesuch'an 'escape say, UT. Do you\ >.nd ta 'se'vigorously
; Yon kaow'\1&14\ Qacobl; old and komtwbat worn, but he had fivrtimea npoti'bir tngagenieMcard. I'' .''Which'! Waa''Wrecked. '
.i.Ung, triasellilghtlyand gracefully looked rOt'm..T.'ta....."*"* 'I ., 'y t wf' IIIC u "Mi'i.n.i''", 5' ? ? Watch'Toaraeir aa'-yoa'speakeachletter lee,'wbat.;*.*...
99 't. '
iwha.iwere.stealing" the of hanging '
t Three'/tramp. a to lMt'glTea'you: sense ,aboutiour'Ilp.r'or If it dMB,
r ..' .. the Baroness.repn ,' ;-Yes:..JLftUEanctMsald; she;, softlir.nam eontlo ,.: ;fide ; : '' ud;; seem absolutely! ta tfPArate Itself from yon,or It;it"drops into\your,* tnroat
? war.rahiaitirt.. : Qa5treigtdre.ttlS''ue
: 1' .,tUbsj oalyf( K / t a little proud of toy'dsogbterxn ,-', .1 0 ilia"; ....... J: *.iij **,. P--r U again and wlint to go boldly out Try to think:'of it'as.being ooisWsell.
'You *
} ; know JOED. *;,one wb.j knows ..,niade no !but'contlnotdho; << ra a.ltitl assert. tMt ; : canspobelloa Nv.Ci<<: i JtJott .-'..' a''t&init""sp lt.wJIea \t'yowsucceed' "'In'thinking theft ta" tali.'

.enr ,.raisted.! -. -. tare. vlollnls{?., stir bis' coffee absentlyv"Presently.bemoved ; (flovernmest'is' preparlflg deeigns. e 'dy nftaastapn...iThO;accident was cans- rOd 'aon'feare- forfworda. or' have nervr'>thought i altoutltbehd( ,.
lyi }: stlgbtlyaHd looked at),"drattlnghta'deep submarines of about -800. ..... lee 'd.nUment.indthlrtgenlesrav : toward '
b1&' i barb. taken the. ftrst Ur the mastery"ood ali>eea.<,To i
1Ief".r.:' :' '!" brtatb._. ..J *., .. ; r w e4":.;Ifl:tbo; ."Ok..eOjl None I yea'.must' loTwort! and heirs/lemetkerTou.muettoyq.lFdhNSM. "

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,,.. STRIKE' A'' FAILURE An ...iwne.eertarr ."OI'IT 11NANINt- IN <'ORtM11R.MINT "" ..-*
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Wilson wW imve tyromwrThe
"IIhC '.1 '- & 1# : wart ...... .on the new, .bmlldlng of 'X'ba,. .. bateUl.i ....... tet11.14
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.,.S!} ... .' M.'A04sedua.ailD.gsatmEet bat wb- PHitelstle. .. .the ."ereentst. 0)ye- U ..... fa w 1IaIr. Win s.war .
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: .. .L _, S toky "' 08. .
: : i .lees .he ,toIrat.afegoricet. figures tern, Is flaring Wloety,"' ......
Says' f..reside..fSmaU. o1he a ....* trying to h ..
L ;: ..LV"'tteg the edlflcet, They are as {There is, a, growing ,u&poalUGD'\Oft ..
11'' _ .. the Late.words he hasordetpd. the put' of department stores to leek Keep,. yoeneU, for en hosts, u.....
..... ..... ..... Tel'egrap4)er, ) .. Union' ;. "teibbWr" cost. ,
..:,., .'' .-. ":!: ":" - .' out "t,., rortuately. he oBsvot after I Ube welfare of. ,their.eeipleyees.The .
"" Wave'Htt. the He *..'_.eet.0e' 'ef W. lie ... bM beesW*. ...... beget
; M vett'at' national motto. .ee. always 'aOouroe
j ; > Hlllsborougtt.Hillsborousjh !i ,' i .
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.. > . .' Groh : I 1I I 1// of. oteeera n\bete plaatt '.. ..v. erlll .be too wise
oecapUmentar/ big clientele M
-number// ':Like City and!, :otherQMtrmt count}%. followng( :sa. I AS'SEJ.TIOt] USES HOWL' Is..apt aesuBatier'Waa*e when'-he was. rsnniet justedon the basis. of aoeemj---, -
+ki OTemtj \\c dtls' s yet,In ,L saes': the wake of other secUons ef the.state) ', . : Df ..governor'of> ..MassachusettsKahrtrtrJoBBDrLong. '4toat: Is; bvmtay.eC the sb re* salary . sotetekMiivMa efcsesssT, chaageItteh tile

.. ',<.e.jpW/"J; jBJf...iBreaWvv tre.. 'IsCsoon 'i te ,auto; the midst cpf'ta -:Yo\\ : In"'one.of his lei are fixed by the Quaatlty of.sxxMis '' late aa . "
'" a..: beans: ?
.,V(;Of't., .,. that. Attended; and dry"!..campvign.''ft. '7aaislaentlead, Proposition, 'That Locals "Return to speeehes he said'I IWhat, ,bas ,this that N each .clerk 'cam 'seHmraad- .the tire they forget,.1.110 llrn4rn, tkelr\;,'pdaspeed' :t .)IJ"....

",. \aplnnera'' eonventloq ,at Atlanta ers la, the 'prohibition! 'moement'InTamps 'WorkIa, 'Drld.d.-XuociaUon'NotlfU Mr.;;Long ever-done that b. I8ll'1. likely'' to be universally. .aeeefced >. I ; \ '
elected governcrT. I heard, that 'niene'. -Boston' has a ,7
never neerty '
sttvHatcher/ who presided, erplaln- have secured<< copies'of the :Bmat I > ,Kicked te bate "
'''; lay ; That; He Had he bact'40ne anything except to tran- complete system of what Is jpraotloiil by feet of a | '
** ;'detail what had been aocoov :county reglsU-atloa.Jlsta and with these ea*'I* more" but."t1I.aa' Jt 1d
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Been ftuependtd, l and that was ofno ly 'profit-sharing;?; In .New; York than ,
: '
.4leke. .>:iLToatwbJl; '0"':the,, surface.. .I for *<. .II.IdeM'OpOtl W;make :-., < --- 'use tot! this. of, M....- plan 0(,paying salespeople ,00.a per the king ta'golden'sandals., sad tees
not ...chv-had-beea obtain''algnatures : ._*.>, resentful aDd hard and* ...,. 's.JJewels
>aocomplUbed yet ef 'ietr.D..ot Is called p&lqth.18
U.jor thenpRcaqreed oentag
ghu ; Jjaal
..ANew:Tofk'speoel ..,.:;;TJae strike. ? t .
the ,: 4- 11d".1.o4 the avallfled voturf'toa '' tie Aeneld. la ."_ what ; II. on. the hand..that pata :'give
idundaftgq "' " ;he I petltJon.pak ot Commercial: JTelegKanhers. ;which ? thePLUYelpbli' "*.'.r..! .' they' earn 'for the* store. comfort
believed Ing for election to Recd; ta'' and not bruises to the patted #
that next year a crop of seabV an decide whether ) clerk paid 11"50'. week and the ' '
: 'I wet:; has bee,,jg jprogresstArobihou! the ._...._...,. . ...1- wV I ..UInKxt "In 'Ute/ .la head. '
.oottoet-indbanaybi'eom."ot; W.., the county: shall,, be, pry\dry for > n e 'denartioenr I not.
first"of I force ti'trot'to'1'WI.11et. '
"' ; coiutryf elnee-tie ;Augasttook f. Larlat-Ojuldn't'Hol4' three r-eeat. .11.0' supposed; mr to walk
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nonU 1
n idledj'dl' .i$ from, .thewar4Woarritetthe' tb.'xftwo.yea../ ; ] : he
i anj extraordinary: turn Saturday\ night.' ''I oau.doprdthe i Weighs thrice a* much aaV
.pidnerd: He then j I ",Thenvhas, been, avery.; .* e ijStWhile loohng'toretfay$ selling dago4worth.bRgoods'spweek.Uowit ( .
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force '
Nat Brown'sHole. ; my new-bore.'baher
tonal President.Small.-ot.\h. Telegraphers ta :; she .Veils 300
'oouatry1nearnet an av \Jtave the result of his Inqulrt.' Into' tloa of, the ...bJec hoas''the probibl to'.mU..ya\' could ..aim
Union sent a message to all CI'Mk.a.t'w j days ago.;;IB. K worth she Is worth ire a week to tha crush with,
,the.:placing 'of a yarn, mill In ,Like 1!i iCity'by. Uonlsta of the, [Bounty for time, : one hand '
; : some thli j cities .of ,the country, faking the Olark of.;;!Toponaalan4yaMeompantoyYtan'.npon firm'.pan afford: to,raise her salary,to tJ. ..
the European': pinners, and, but It .. nl)' .wUhll1. the pa.t'rew ' three-yearbld' .,,Could we see through a man's shirk.
; ; ,dar locals to Vote at once upon"the1: propotltloa a black beat) $. dr'ts.50 and can still reduce the .
she tepi1' the; biggest'one'of 'these that: Q1'definite .t P.'b.w. been how often ,would we refuse to give
takento'petltioati or':,calling *>ff .the..strike. In an ClpetI. piece of ground aad Loped selling-expense so far as she II con .
0eaUemen>i 'mada to bin,i'which, was' : I ; fore an ..leoUoIt :-., When thli'bocame'knowa'iotlid'In'cal ) It. "'"'t'th.-animal"wouldn'tstayrep: cerned. It 1s 'worked'out- differently him friendship.Y .; R S,

Jthat.; To establish; 7.ia! :tenisj io .the ,, generally( conceded the; large: ed. Several times It freed Itself"with. br: :. each '&tore, but that 1., the prtn-i The', back, pt 'machete .wouldcut

rotton growing states! would be* giving foreign voting strength In Tampa, at'Ybor leader in New York they raised a its claws,and each time charged ..up clple.- "The .Department Store at. as',well as'the front If enough. time'. ,

'"No.-' elrj\ ;._'11' ..Y..... get us to; do ; < City and ''West Tampa,d coupled : storm of protest, declaring'hat,'they 'on the men. wio'were farced to puapw. < Close 'Range." In Everybody's.: ; .were'spent ln'sharpeaing'It. '.
would continue the fight to the end In ., to their .horseIn. 'order. to es ,-- .. -. Locked la' Cabanas ::0..' 4*. net ,. ; o. .a, cudgel to. crack tour .beAd..**I,I with,; alarge. lAtnerlcan: ,buslueee ..elemeut ; pita ;ot thei' ""Uo'n.1 president; Mr., cape. because tie day Is'One.'- '

vThlaV; Mr, .Ha hce,,- tho'lsbt.-j"" eyl1denc i 1, opposed, prohibition, will very' Bmall'a,}telegram; went' ''out ''on the The wet time the bear got the rope Be Race pigeon*. Sailors.;"la ''calm. Dray! for<'another*
,' '< that the thing for' the farmers largely; overbalance the dry Tote. wires at the end of a conference with free from Its necjs; |It mad for the it 1* not generai/ known that bees ship so that'they may-v1slt;; ia .......*

.,to do Mae 'to put up a: yarn mill I I The_ outlying country precinct are. Commissioner of. Labor O'Nellt "The 'Unober1 I after giving' a'short chase or are swifter In night than pigeons they pray: tor solitude,.that they'may.

'I >Mr ApplayardV the secretary-moved however, largely, in favor' of 'prohibi: commissioner on' from'Washing, Its ;wbnld-be-captors and Toy: :the time that Is* for short distance* Some avoid. 'colllatoa.: ,And .O.v remember'7'that :

,that a' committee Of three .be selected tion and their votes, will have to be came' Ue,:lid'qalo'p,.. arecl.tbir lariat$ years ago a pigeon'! fancier of H.... storm rise Quickly out. .of eaimsv

L :to ''visit Columbus, aa.. Qullman. Oa.. overcome, by Tampa and St. Petersburg ton, to' make'a, final effort to Induce' he wan up a tree In which It was me. Westphalia laid a wager that.. -J'rolaa! ,the. fohamfaa.V .

!. ;.and other places, and l Inquire''Into.: : the; Western -Union and Postal' nom.panles I kept until lark'oonld:' ride to a ranch dozen bees liberated three miles from __V

r the- method of procedure In 'organIIM:j I Don C., Mullen,- the county attorney to arbitrate' at East some"ot.' :Chouse' four miles distant, to .obtaIn a their hives You14'reach home U less Weadsrs ,;of: a :.Watch.
*"' lug '!''for the, strikers' demand:; 'tine. and kill It-Denver Republics; time than a.dosen pigeon! .; The competitors Very few who 1CU1'7'' watch ever
oompanyj of tZ OO.ClOO "capital Hlllsborough; Is one of the_ promInent mission ..., .. _.. .... '
2 When the failed, Commissioner - were given wing at Rybern.: think of, the unceasing: labor:'it performs '
: >ne-tialt to be home capital. This leaders lu '
< was .. prohibition movement .Nelll: '..I red :J President Small Falls and Keeps on'BI.eping. avillage nearly a league from,Haraue. under what would be consld-;;

L unttaloaously"? adopted. f I that the pavilion-' the companies re : .George Hart Lot Portland avenue and the first bee reached the hive eyedshabby treatmell.t'for'! any other

'," ty --:"*- rnaID d;absolutely 'unchang&d'dud' pellevllle- such a sound sleeper he a quarter fa minuteIn ael"anceClf, treatment: There are xaasy'who thtak*

-phosphate mlnes'hare been' tmabll0hed -' Construction Work Will 'Continue.Contrary .' there was no hope In that direction/ did 'not ,even. wake': up when he felt the first pigeon.' Three other bees that 'watch' ought Ie,run for yea/*;:

\-. ( by.' local companies In Flor I to public'' statements: the Th$' message,, that followed I from Mr Often feet !out ''Ue second-story reached the goal, before the ''secondpigeon. without i cleaning',or! a .drop ;:of j.*.l.-_
The V
beesrere also !
dow 'of his 'home slIghuyhandicapped
'thl.mOl'DlnC.. H.CJUrl.d Read this and Judge for yonrslt.Th V
ida del-log the:pest, year ana, but :for ooustructlon of the Small read ,
; Key West, extension : 'having' .been rolled! In
'" .over: on the grass and continued main wheel;1 In an.ilnaryi American,
.the. difficulties' the labor situation' of the' "Florida East Coast rail ""Prominent New Yorker havo; appealed snoring until a atoa.'apoJi. whichhe flour before' .tartlD,: for purpose 'of watch makes.: .four,.....'YOluUon. .....,,

j| :the .outturn would have been cousld- road has not been abandoned and there to me to call the strike off. All was lying began to. bruise him. ,Identification/:-Reader, for tw. t--tour' hours,'J or. 1,160,1r.'a .

.'it/' rat>lr Larger As. it/was...-, slight lufireawe -I ii. 110 ,Intention'. ; of abandoning It, ao-' efforts at negotiation are exhausted Then he opened hi* eye, wondered year. Next, the center wheel. twenty-",

v .,a'macJe"for, the 'year from cording to ':. It. ''Parrott. vice presl- and' the companies say they will"fight where he. was,- and finally scrambled CARDS IN THIRTY DATS. four revolution' in a'day of ..' In

r hees! nines.1: On account"'of the short.' dent and general manager o'ftbe Florida to a:,finish.' The treasury Is depleted to his feet and went around to the '"But why.: ," ..kecl1111 lovely fiancee;'' a'year. The third Wheel Its la a day, .

,;age of phosphate"rock": the.'part of ,,Kant Coast; line and for the. past! and there;.t u no 'mbro funds avalla- ia..r and begged )a,. mother to let him "do you i object ito, a ,long engage I.or (9,080 la'a year.; The fourth'.wheel. ;

,, manufacturers on this 'side of the twenty yearn Mr. Flagler'ii I'lght'lI.tulnan bl0.| Requests tor relief from all sides In. ''She',mistook him for ''a burglar meotl""Iiecau.e: I 2.440 In a .day, or 645.000'In a year;.

Water.'and' In Europe;' the 'Incr a.';' In all 'his Florida enterprise* are; heavy"and urgent.'. The' 'strike and...would not permit1 hint to enter t ; he; urged, ,the 'cost'of, The fifth, or escape.WI1MI..II.toO'-1a'' ,.
until she-"aa fully satisfied as'to'hi.' living Increases every day dearest day,. 01"12'.100 in a,yea.rTh.'treks!'+
:front Florida, mines hat' been readily, Said he; baring Icon ordered without the-prea. ::::Belleville' ,
Identity' Dispatch to .the The longer we wait the .greater our wheats are S8I.SOO(;a day/orJV
; taken at prevailing' prlc ,:the demand _'I'' 'V, r-.the.nilddle; of January: we oxpect'to ; Ide t'. sanction, recommend. tbat"theIocala.'yote Chicago American.,, expenses will, be."-?LlpplncottX 812.000 In a year, rr

;,'H.betog'; of such proportion: to warrant have the/road/' completed'to, : upon the proposition." ---

'\/tke belief ia"a ,slight!. Increase' In Knight's. Key and boats running from Apparently this' "telegram' was' dispatched ' -

:Rvalues during the coming year. Many that point to' Cuba. We: have more 'without either'the"knbwledge ,. .. '6 '' /

''....._ are sold tor:. year ahead,'' and men at ,work''at the present time and or consent of the local strike'leaders,, 'BO" :: 011. 80', ; .
". ". manufacturers, who have not thus and :have bad'more'jnenallthrough: for '1.)) of them "at headquarters denied ). "" ,
.. \ .. .
: provided for thir need will! be some-' the past summer than we had during that there was th* slightest Intention t '

.,::What faandloapped.,. of calling,off the strike. anked'.r'l3 r tI

notwithstanding I !\ Notwithstanding President Small's Shouts a 6.Y } .
: "
':edge .J&lDM'W.'JAeke' : has, granted opinion:that the strike is hopele., the ':\ ,

;A temporary Injunction restraining under the present ,operations than in New York 'Telegraphers? Union at a >s', T

the dlty of Tampaifom enforcing: the' the ,entire, work' which .we. were' en. meeting Sunday, "ottd'uDanlmoual*, ,. A Doctor ofDlvtnttywow Editor of more ridiculous than any comment ef doada8m/lower I stomach aid lavtestlaes. -

,rednoed wat r' rates mide under a' to continue the, strike against the a well-knows. Religious 'paper; baa our*'could make 1C. i .. .where'' ,la /a, healthy' tadtrs .

.recent cityordinance, whlclt;.tile water., ; Western Vnlon. and Postal Telegraph written regarding the controversy be. Does CoIU...'. expect to regain"anyelfInflicted vldnaL' the, transforsaattoai, got ,them t

1.1 OoisMiiiny considered unreasonably: low, ; ooll.nty com companies.) twenColhee' and!:tb.,'Re1I.loul loss of prestige by d.... starch' Into a'form1, of sugar'/ttsss'' "

Us appealed to, 'the United States mlsloner of Putnam the contract The meeting; was characterized by Press of the Country and otn- onstratlng thru suits' for damages, pleted''and"then'the-food **. >eorselft! >'<

.to" have to construct the highway: bridge across bitter exchanges between President ere.. including; re that it eat be, more artful-la evading tb.'blood.' ; ., ** '
their collection
looert enjoin. 'JOb' garding'salts for libel, brought byColliers liability for libel than the bumble. ,'.But 4t,t'. l .
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,ed: Tb* rates were to have gone Into the .St, 'river was! awarded 'to'.the malL and 'the 'other:_speakera The ) "against us for'otnmentlag but 'resentful victim of Its defamation weakened, a Poweii.K i '

,,'lteoat October ,,1.. but the water corn- Converse'Bridge company of Chattanooga latter,charged the national leader with vpoa Its tncthodsl" 'or doe U bop by .starting'a will lie la the wansth.otthe sad sop.r1*J .

lysny; through Its attorneys, argued ; Tenn. There were three bidders Inconsistency first claiming that the These are hi*' sentiments" ,. with campaign of libel salts te silence the body >aNTr' ._11 tIN,

the Injunction beforeJadge*Locke ," the bids! being; $S4OOSO.OOO/ strike); would be successfully financed 'some very emphatic words left out.'. popular indignation reproaeh and resentment ; cases. and IrrsfeMs 0. ''

.'ClUery.. Maine where be' I*,'stop- and 61,000, respectively, and'tile Coni and jicb.lttln'c that the general assembly The religion Press'owes ")'0.: a which It has arc*!.**.; tfW.d' .,....-eod BBBV BBB. uMIP. Ale.wMb -

.. ''and 'a' .i i.verse, people Boeing the lowest, ttheyaxrled'oft"the : :; was without funds, .sand\ with debt of gratitude for your enrage la Collier* can not dodge this pMic lower. rYM ,
.., secured a granting of tem.r ......
; ,, controversy law ...... It ....... the
the by
r .enjoining decrM;"' Thla' puts a'pytoppage 'I plum.*+nlt"fs. Mid'work having conducted the fight: In a halfhearted .showing ,,tip Collier's Weekly' ee- private .i'
: three' Yell-011. ;)lan.-' Would you earto: can not postpone the public JoAg- ., J_. .
will begin in about
weeks and. tried
\ .for' the present I upon?: .the dilatory way. Small '".to nee the Inclosed 'article on the *Boo 'meat against it.' That great Jury the .... op sad at,tisses takes..tbS lara >
'coltecUoa the"water fates"at 'pushed "to 'completion, as rapldl!/r ab, ,explain his position, but was- frequently known : : ""' ;
of the Boo Baby .. the .-TeJl-Oh 'Man'. Public will hardly blame us tor tot as appendlclUa.Whea ,, .:I. ..
**>educea<< flguree provided In the,recent possible, Tli. bridge will be' nearlya Interrupted by. bI..... succesaorT"A waiting+ntil. we aret a petit. Jmry. in the syBsptoaae ef the treeet. '

'.,,,-'ordnsAce.: ( mile'long'; ,' ...4'witt.,cost.'the.. count When he suddenly' left the hall In the ': contemporary remark that Cold a court room; before denoscing"tbla. make their appearance weald It not-'(;..>;f'

j I $54,000 when coatemplated.-'which, aDo midst!of the .. ECh-maklnc;,' cries ol der's has finally ran against a solid prodigal of tnstttatlon I be coed, practleaL eeaaston ......;ten a adisconUnue

'. cording to Jhe contract, is to be.doae-- ""' .Ip'"* followed him.'nlht hickory 'Poet",and been damaged.In founded and the starchy food wateh to'.
Otneral W''rfL;\' Jewell. the newlyeleetod of by the pubUItselfNo ., eaa.lhg'the tro' Me*'and. 'take food'*
.its own estimation to the tau or ,
In'one the first of Small Issued statement :
or October,' a ,' In which hesaid .
"' years; '
i ajo. o .Orlando,.,ta a natlvo 'When completed."itl lie ' I7ft0.000.00.*?! : announcement during ovr;,,ea- .la which the starch'. has.. bees.I...,..= ..
1 08. be the was willing to1 continue the.trlke' '
; .of Massaohusetts, but. was raised In .Hu.... a'publication which tire business career were ever-mad* formed. ,,|nto Vi'torntrot sogarprocess "' .. tb."r. ....)
heaviest plo.i' .
Mlialedpp4lisiwyvedbts time in longest, and if the men Insisted.; utmost disregard of the facts claiming -medicinal effects" for either of, manufacturer w. "n{ ...
J highway. bridge/ "In' the state;. and ,the Small's suggestion that a,rote ,be ta- spread broadcast damaging';' state Posttm of Grape-Nuts. I Medicinal I This I.. Identically,the iss:;tonal I

rI.;} .,the confederate army, and at the present only one:across ,the 'broad St.:Johns kn en'the. quasUon$ ..of calling off'the, .menU about the Religions Press andether 'effects are'result obtained from the of 1 gng.rtoundfathe'human,body i ,

1., UmeTu major general commaadlngthe'riorida river. strike"were' repudiated ,by members ot and has'.suffered theee false ,asset<< 'dedlclne..!, T"1- after starch .has bee,,>perfectly .sBnNew.
.h :: 41ri.lonof,i the United con. visitors ceate4-I: S,1 . .
_. -Chicago local union at a meeting .statements te go naeontradleted. .atU. Thousandof >> getan; .
federate veterans.-. lie1 Is. 'an, ableeoi'nrelor The state railroad. commissioners Sarid ,. afternoon; ,'resolution,, that not satisfied after finding the Re- entire works .aeh'tnonthasd Mine .'human teed I*''..... .. ve'v'i) .:.
largely *
: at law ha served the eoun'tf Itglone Press too Quiet; and i themselves.that Grape-Nats 'contain of .tarcIIaD4 is required by
have served notice' on the Seaboard the .atrlke. \Qs. :continued was unani oL
: Air Line ;railroad and the Atlantic mowtT''adopted.. ':The meeting''; was I :: .fresh and a little salt Pestsa"absolutely Naturally; tbretorelts"'w'.b.siL', .
',1yt''the: I city for A score of years.!., AU mistake ot waaderloa'lalo a ...
.tie-other j: Coast Line railroad that they .will, followed ,by ,sV demonstration.,. ,61 geld and.' betts Ita" rattled- head nothing, but, wheat 'and ,about teapercent be continued If poeslble.'aad for.the
candidate elected are goodrlneu meet on- the 29th instant In Talla-. strength by the striking operators before against this, Post and all the World of: New 'prlean molasses,' reasons glv n'above it Is made poesihie ,

.; :and true, and' ther;people are well b..e.i.'to bear 'reason* 'wky these the. offices' of tho telegraph Companies ''laughsc: Even. Christians smile. a* The art of preparing these'simple elements In' the ......ra.ctaN..otl.Gra/ '.., '
'':ill!*sed ,wfbthe'te.ultyoltke ele ., roodi'-should, not be required to builda'paseeuger : The men marched':,, doiubls that Post .udd.nlylturn
| .p. In connection with this ebangi'etfood' I.
4 : best ,
It bach a dose of its own medIcine the food value andflavour
t : andfreight depot Plant file In the streets'lbo g'8-tlahi": I !
..,-It, .. "a. mistake ,to say all ,the required some work and experience to to' bring relief 'trolll' 'phralcal'
City; .AI8O,"fI'hY the Seaboard Line. and otter wise',Voiced their:"'opposition No cheer.l.ucb aoqelre. disturbance, '"*: 'have'''suggested '

".. 'in the CAM of :J. V, Jolly, former should not, build 'on.; for ''passenger'; to the';, .suggestion surrender, World comes from laugh Collier's. ,, but it cries and i I Now when any publication toes washing out the'intestine to get rid '"
,aeeat"'ot'tlia'"Attantl6"Nonni I. "
"t.Y. e Line";tilt- at Madieon.:: The commissioners, file >trtklns.; telegraph I<< operqtoni'. boo hoos like spanked .baby,,'andwa tar'enough out of Its way'\*o attack: of the'lmsiedlate cause' of; the" "."dlaturbapce. -

l'TOII4; at .eshurg- who: wastried 'andconv4guid moreover, will require all roads-whIch held a.,meeting In Baltimore'; at which. : .t ;$; ,Its teni'der. ns because ODr 'achertlslJlcmild.->, : ,

.i!. ; 'In the;Laka. ,, countyv circuit, have, atalrcady'built; * there are cases; where.,, y '

. court, 'at TAvareifor fotgery'i} Argu- vide'Separate'waiting. rooms for, whites nine',week''more' if'nacessary, ,"Thank, Heaven. It "has 'at. last exhibition of Ignoranee'or worse.: the disease ha lain:dormaat and.the .

'i. 'ail_t for. a''newtria1'was: . made byrfefciwlant's : and necroesl jOalneavllle has sent upa ,The, Commercial. .Telegraphers at struck: a 'man' with ."back: .bone' We do' not claim physiological orbodily abase continued only''the'knife too long will, until avail, apparently -?( : \.:<

"'t" Counsel before. ,Judge W. i>etl on'to'Uj..' board tor;s' Near Orleans also 'voted to, continue ,:'enough who ''believes to call a In made telling"i "spade: the whole:and following result the of adoption favorable pf character our beg;' Hut It ,.. 'a well-eetabllsbed.. fact t l{t.. }

|',{:;C.. flehoclCL who denied the motion and poi the strike. ; # t+ & truth with ut'fear or favof.T.: gestlon regarding the discontinuance among-: the; best physician wno- .,.'. '.
\'Hftt need Jolly to term of'two ,. the above .,. I
a. : acquainted with detail
MontgomeryAla'IoctOlOfthellel-( ; Perhaps Collier'* with Its; "n'tmost of coffee and foods which may'not be .
"ads bard labor In penitentiary, This I There > '''tnGicaaoa'thAto; ; \ individual.. good health. cited. that,*...* Jtattve measures ate; .f
ash\: ? !. every : 'Ilh egrapherV- 'UDI<>njat) ,(: aimeeting, held vdisregard'fo the faetasjnay say no keeping jibe )a *
'+1r.,,:cash; was. proaecut.d at. the' Instance to "the 'per far and away: ,the best,: ; e': : f :r"
in thirty day. there will be bigunltuV: ', Sunday evening voted unanimously to such letter exists. Nevertheless It 1* We,have no advice offer .
:pro,: Amgr"ical4Srety's, 'ontpany$ i ;lof erection..of a new' Ice' factoryn, 'In'' 'Tallahassee. continue: the ntrtJie. on file la our office and 1* only: one of featly healthful' ) raoL ills or- her : .Ar..wito aiwyto: -be eondemoedfor sag-,. ,, ,
.,-.Ne..j'York../ which Ii'; the bond 'I , y 5'! : aad' data health., I* evidence/'D| .itself,that the getting ;'v ,
"!. : on of An ,experienced; flrin 'from :Small 'is auspen; .' f f. / i I ;a ,18"lr,OrJ.- 1ettery : other and food/ 'used enctl7' 01 following. natural; methods .II.Aa."OII\.. "

., :"Jolly who"I* also charged.""'with--- "having.* ; ;it.teL!.cttjw1I1; .. (. :hewWauw': :' -The following' message'was '8'Dto 'newspaper-comments.-etc." denouncing Collier that beverages 'Therefore, why ebaa e? perfecting >..',!ocMIJ' that! _. taa_, .., '
. of person.
the 1eI10W'in.tbod. ,
'fCI1bede4 "2.141-- : aad .*...SO.:
"medldne no
to-date ;.produce
macbineryot a'20-ton President.Small
capacity the executive who.Is *
by woman
::1'" , comtnltt&e. ; i This""volume'is'so, large that a mart Bat to the manor d
i L wblci,wll| turn out Ice. of, a"'.0rcticiaj'dualty. ; . at Chicago'Sunday';>night:' could not well go.thru It under'halfday's' ailing, we have something to' ..1''" inal effects" bat'whtel4, has guided' tlt4 ;,
1Tbe total .voted< CUy:.cOOR+: / e 1 I. ; ' wide'efperl- erally thousand"of' persons ; trans"; ''f. j
: -"Under '; 'work. letters result of aa unusually
article15.. section 7, of theeeutituUon.of. a steady :.. -The. %
i sickness: to'_...tll.f"W.; have received};... ; +
V'ty-lnfltie prohibition floctlon 26J'or and the insult of proper
was ,
'' in food
, : -.r- "! . Uncommercial':Telegraphers' cone f oh1'arlous parts of America. enee during the >past> upwards .r'"*,"

:;.yl and; 2)54) ,fQl't' wet; ;gf>lng' the Mayor: Oeorg::' ;JBabcocX of, Key .t1l:loQ.::+otAiaetlca;,.ltou.,are 'v.u.Ur".pnntt: .controversy: : *I I.'e'iialpably'Ignorant 1 l attack'Onus << i 000 letters years, from, peoslei. who., 1 baea:r,,?. ''f1 ) ''Ibeea.
' ; In :
Alryh majority o1f''lf .votes: The West bis tendered hlsvrestgnatlof iu' jbt Interesting to the public but this ,
hereby'euspended from,.the office,.,.of d .< In CoIHer'sV-**r / .
,t saloon; torn: 'threaten 'to contest the msyoraad withdraw from 'tho rae, p 't.we ttak'I.rrecUmm.illat; ; : t, to t 4 psblie ontroversy; ;, A", ; yei': .'-"One widely circulated. paragraph -. well"t by followtag; oar/,atggetic as. t V l'?:

J ekScMon?. ."'put thus; far'no :p>trUeularyIevsncu for.'re-election... No, reason: (was given'for f "S. .J. KONENKAMP.S : 'Collier's*'meth"o"has dtoattract: lleeu'u.lai attention thelirw to labors to In*** tte las+essfe. lad' they arai.Impte.>' . ,,o4 ".. '. >!t

;: .hare been'/ '.announced. the'-. resignation* < ,''Acting Chairman.?.' : air."crack* tnat'Grepe-NuUwm: : obvtate' .'the* '.*+ 'tf eo..4..gyeM .11.4'eaa...* U7' 4
Itself j
,,,' :-.' -" ; and< "Lookat : eesslty of.esf,operatle"! U. appendicitis. of*th*;:allmmts. .'eommea. sameI'' .
ern coasmiulenere I ji0nnvaico.jtlsuod'acall ing. .heels together yelling .Thtf' '.ITtb..'and;potentially eotr"?neon. ,h,1i4rlt'" ,land'take; oaVt I) r A
; )4U opo ; The Htlsborough county ccmmlsslooere : AKE'WIDEI.YPUBLIEHED! ? : j ; m." wonidnt' enfflee. so It started roatam.7" : w "

>,aoftfor. ;: -ex., / 'r---! .'! 't if.:. \,: j" "In reply to tale' exhibition of_' ;tf whit.ated.'ota 1'
!:41w''tbe. ; 11.14. :November sLate' Reperb0"Bulk!! \ "Robberies'''In. Seeeeitand 'en the Religious Press and,on ai.dlsines. other starch f o4..k.'imbl..'.. ;.3
. exhibit the Peetnnt.Co
a! u at the ibe ;.fair well Jet,tll. reader, f
'. ,, tfce'.prohibitionists!* b!ganV their ;. ; Leeds ; .. ..erbte F
. ', : to' 1I..ld In''Tampa from February B' AlaJ Wltheut; Poundatte,%; 'We leave It te the pablto.son.. .* .. iaysj',, .1\ '.' e- .. I 1.d .O $ . *" s i t.
: "i'den44, Paraest.avHkir: ]TIt ndrre.:rtr6re .:' r% > : we"first resented ,CoV. Let' uaderat004h.t.. appeadhcltl Urgelr<. fredlgeeted;:aa4,:will dI..t { ,
L\\.1o* W fi1a Interest Is being tan- to,,2l. '1'08.' President lRrewa'tot"iijt: bank r,1aw __' w. 8IQ .: irken'; long eeatlneed. '.:
1' results from eiyttPabdl areitt r
..r'r .t""':,, ++ !...aril4.- tier* ,attacks t .., whether; i. a ;:
.hy;:both,: side*,. aDd" It |seem* fair.asMclailoni: aildressed the commis. .AJa:; ? turbans In the Intestines, caused prleVQ -
.1w s- ...1'--:" ,.. ':timing for sensation :and Circulation forma e .4eed do ...",I\.Jgt.-....;ssp r
t,. "tie! A"\jUrct..tIdifi'I yw;,The sloner 1 !wlth'regard?t6tb, mating"of.r wer.'f4jtsd: ".4 -r...... =tJ''f...., .-i;. :IMS.attaok*.do not amount to'a,sjrstssistle msri7 "b' r:M hJ' fo.d*. y{, It1r gr'e. ...
: '
< sash .eve'pestpeied .renewfa C' provlalQ 4 tort'sHlWboronxqIxLNt.and :i.dda and Lasts ate i both ,anaWV3wnswltq' , / Mercenary.;. hoandlngWe. : A uwYhl : ;sy .'- -, ?Tbero's a 1l4 ae_. Der r-Msd anal ?
and sueh. ._.
.;uses until': aft r"Novembr1'of. the 'conjuiuloner.'wfhont; a dla' not more.'thaa:TftO:lnhaM.tant ,........'.leave It te)the public ((to sayWkether partly e U.Uiepper ("ji.- -* >,; '" . -(3'" '
food nefdlgested
....;' ,the election, so" aQ'' ,**..] sentlng; voice,;mads :.aa,'appropriation' ' (' *; .each. I,aad ..u..rM'.boasts_ ejsd- 001 barn' ;' its made ewe. policyasethedsf .Itself 'Starchy atoms. bnt*. .paese. on. ;tale, the ,Gray.Nets:"poetid.. ,e.Eeei: Os4: '.LteV

WIll', ......J; .M?.1M...t,: .J. of tieaaouet" "named" "*he.ej ,, Tom, "' .i l'I IJ . ' ... f < ':! c ,' '11! 'A ,
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sieve tat the tali .on" ;.said- property Leaf.W. CITY ,' ;
M aW.Bm&v ''fJbJsWt' ,CsiB M . i BARBER SHOP
1IIr MSMMC ,fMCy,' fHUIl.Office was not sufficient to keep up thscbool.r I I .. ,
; \ 'ir- rA''b..b7 11're *hie, can't'sleep >, '. .,
la Bull Creek but. few changes bare a4 night, woo't eat, "Dories spaamodloallv. l-o. 4 =
.. J'VIIJ..aT....Ay. been'made. Charlie Arnold -has, r ."" bottle. 'White's., CreamVermif Now Open for' BueineeV; NeW Gopd$
: Gazette BuildingilBOEBL '. secured a' borne in fort
4 In Valley Christmas suppose and will shortly remote to am never fails to cure., Every In. Patrick's Old Stand:
:VlA.Y ' mother should her, 'White's
.tl O8CZQLA. CPIWTT. that locality.. V baby; .< CHAIR:
,- ;. 0. I. C.t in oompanr with Mr, K. AEnbanlcs. Cream VernoUuge.; ,So many times NEW

w ft*.:HARRIS, Editor a.d .Prop'r.eU11SG4IrT1oN postmaster. who has recently at-Lanier! been,,visited appointed -, when the b..byl. pale and fretful themother NEW RAZORS ;' ,NOW. ARRIVING EVERYDAY..'' ..,.,
doer know A
not what to do. I
I home of, Mr. Crosby on Saturdsylast
the ; NEW
bottle of this will EVERYTHING
'medicine bring
lUTESi: for the purpose of taking/ possession DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
''o..__ '.I..., ..j..l. ... ...., .a.. of and removing supplies to color to his cheeks and. lauffhtor to ,q.C' i
< < *
'0__... rata...i..>... .... .... Ie We his eves. Give It a trial. Sold by
o.._..r..>..v--.. .:1[ JIll, the former'jrentleman's.residence.entertained by Mr. Boberson's Pharmacy. ...Satisfaction I It G arante d.. '

f tIOe were hospitably during - -.'- '. -, -- .,
.. AD .cn..k.ttaw --t our Crosby and his attractive family T W. DAMN
; '"' .IT ...--lie = our short stay and having transacted j A. VANS AGNEW 0. HC; "A V. .
Will .ot lie .r ew+ d ", p .
an.afar.g . -0" the business that called us _. -,- ,-, ,-. ---- ..: '" _.- .
.t' s there, returned to the Eubanlcs residence waated.
.tu,.. _....-....I.. glaaeu..e. .t1....p in the evening. I ATTORNEY AT LAW.......", List of property. for sale. ,
.. I your
II' .ier..uak -'- As your correspondent Is compelledto -J ANA NOTARY PUBLIC No commissions unless tale Is. .
. :::::= "
fj .. hold a special term of court today made; "
Friday, October 18, if107.. >n a particular case, and as the time KISS1AIMKE, FLA J. M.. Wlllson Jr. -Children.L
For opening said court has arrived, : 7

will discontinue further. item writingfor .._ _. .n.__, n w
this time. 0., K C.
1 Our neighbor, Osceol. county Is

1 'right commissioners in for rood bar roads decided and the to county open Benedicta"A .:Sunny South Stables:.'

up a; road from iClasimmea as far as r KATZ'SFALL
Polk county line and then to the

Orange county line. 'In time this WOMAN'S MEDIaN 1NQRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors.. I..

will give a rood,, road from, Sanford . . ... \
Ii ., to o Jwporte..St....., \ ._ . 'I'" r.----------.i- .

_ There era some town remarkable In Florid* Do YdlTfct-r/KIl" : the II.. of womanhood I I |i LIVERY, SALE and BOARDING !I R'ROADAY'; $ :

whose newspapers are 'enterprises a. to many women do suffer f Do yon II f>... .lOa '
for the size of the places in went to l1.t well without the necessity' g_.._...__.......____......_..___..J_. ,
which they are pubs abed. Arcadia of painful xnralnatlon and embarrassing I III
Stock and Vehicles
Well with'How and
consultations Do you 'Want to take a ,
: Suoh and,Waucbula communities are evideotly notable! :example recognize r.mei>f .
? ,
the benefit! an up-to-date newspaper 1* Ready for inspection. A faoti Q.. I '
to a town, and 'stive the patronage BEN EDICTA 5
v necesisrytonewspapersuccese.' Such Is a PWoman's Medicine.'' A prMcrlpUoa line of ReadytoWe'arGarments 'I'",

patronage la actpf philanthropy; of 8 physician who made tbe study of re- .' . HEAVY HAULING ,A :SPECIALTY. ... 'J
male Diseases hU ipwslalty. It was used for Men Women ., "
It Is not. an expense; It Is an Invest succesifully by him In his prattle. It bas Jt;,H'H1 "'KN 7K,;.)

meat which, yields most,, graUryinra1 : been used successfully by thousands of ,. and Children atprices .-, -- "1
returns.-Lakelsnd'News: women during the many years sines. Progressive
: ': physicians have also found a ral as'lo'w ac.dt.a.nAadkAuec..A.+fk.kaL..ltcee.uaesa.iAea.Jhedk. -. '
uable ...I.tanl.When they desired to avoidan as consistent ,.

Tbe but editor him bad sat fled In ,hiss and office'he 'wished whenceall operation.BENEDICTA with qualfty and S. &
R. Floyd l'
,4 that erery; last deadbeat was :In his i ) ,
!.Is It Is mad. from workmanship..aaaaaaaaaa..aN..NN..N..gN.N.. j i
arrave--u>ne dead.Ills'! mind ,then a.Tegetable remedy. : ,. .. t
wandered sway' to the'time,' when: roots) ,,herbs and barks known to possessproperties . : ,
which bare a wonderful curatlTe
.. ., be should die and his royal editorial I and tonic effect upon the female organs and i YOUR TRADE SOLICITEDKatz. GROCERS < '
soul go scooting to'Ilty; i when nervous system. Without mentioning the .'
he'd roam the fields of. paradise and many forms of female troubles that women --., .. .:
suffer, that there Is no trouble of this i '
we say
f sail o'er jasper seas, 'and 'all things ''
kind tbat tenelkta will not Immediately re- NEW FIRM
glorious would combine' his every llere.and finally eu.... : a

sense, to please He thought how ; //of i ..
t.beabe'd look across the great gulf BENEDICTA "., '
dark and drear,, that'll yawn between Is prepared carefully and scientifically, sad i. of High Grade fresh ;; :

his happy soul and those who swindled with the consciousness of the responsibilityof and Fancy ,Groceries .' ';
to that
giving suffering women a remedy
here, and ,when for water they; will not only be benettcltd.but also harmless E DELIVERYPrice J 1'i

r would call, and In agony; they'd<< m effects, no matter what may be tile condition : Jl i

caper 'he'd shout, to\ them;; "Just of the woman taking it.'

quench your thirst. with the due that'son It Is sold at I1.00 per bottle byRotercfln's 4. 111ght !' 111II16C* f Ifl.:B 1 ,t

your paper.StoleD, .. W'
: Pharmacy .. ........... ... ............... .-.... T-tr rvv.. ,
.. ,
eswae rww etwwwsaels rww ,
: : I :
-- -- -
-! : With Neighbors" WfciUerf' ". : ,

:' Weekly y./C. *
Reported ) by O.
: C..A. CARSON JOHN M. Lee N C"It8O"
1N1kMre a f4l.llHdlthhlk0letOur P_'..... Y'PI..t Cachler.

citizens are inhaling;,the |oool State Bank of' Kissiitimee..'
.air with a vivacity which rives proofof ttD .
their appreciation of the change KI8Blm ee Fin. ,
a ,4 that bat taken place in atmospheric i ,,
conditions from excessive warmth to --- ..
October coolness which is one oC >the Is i'AInLPCAFITAL.;: ...... s. so ooooo'

1.., delights of our Florida climate. Madam ATOCKHOLBBRS LIABILITV...."+. .... aeooeee
Humor and Old Probabilities are
DEPOSITORS SBCVmlTf.; ..+.. 100 coo 1)0
I.tbeVnnlDA' to show the effects of, theehileratton -...... '
-- -
produced by Sir North
Wind And the rumors that'"are' afloat prompt-a.d Careful Attention saver to art ..,t.... ..>
would cave a more-sensitive people tr ate4-to Ma. Kaoliaaaea good at alt poises at cheapestrstea. .
to tiniQSjsn highly'' elated over future .
se .ttneMtd, by these two } /"WW' _. ." :i YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
I'creators.,.f Wit- we are;mo1 G h'N.ftw "
.cu 1 to allow these prophecies a SIz
good deal of latitude and shall there- .
fere ooo.e..] '.any arllto rat.1c'pride' -
'that. these_ remarkable tales would .. -, .
otherwise'!'create.Sawmills' .!>ho.. Paint and PaperImprove
phate* gold;! silver. iron and lime "
- mining all ,omewithin the' scope of and houce..' .BARGAINS,
their prophetic vision and if ''believed protect your
v we
Twill be pleased to brine my 1907.

tongues among what emanates: the we most would from fortunate consider these fioanclers avel'"adJ ourselves *-- ", sample make any books suggestions;to your In house the latest and Summer'1-Goods ,1

decorations that i you may
In the State: Of all these possi '
-bilities and probabilities, however we Drop me furnish a>srd estimates and I will cheerfully ,, .
on paper
can only corroborate one statement 't

transaction Mr. H:'B. Fertio sad -' j.,.

4/ .v from Mr. Henry Mr. ;Stratton Savage the sawmill' located qEOE A. BARI E.ORLANDO l e 1 Dry Goods,: Clothing;. Shoes :;:r

at Peghorn and at
< present .owned by .
the latter-named gentleman, and have :, FIXHUDA. '
forwarded teams to ,convey said ma- and .Notions.tLcSTANFORD :.
chine. to our city. ...'
So many; of our people are in attendance ... t.. ..
on the county court:which FOR. SALE CHEAP
'convenes this. (Monday; ) morning that. , FOR BALE BY of Whittier are almost deserted. I'

., .. IF. SOLQ QUICK 'f;
s BevjOuy Is holding' a 'protracted . W.' B. MAKINSON CO. COMPANY.f
which be
meeting expects to continue ,
daring toe oresent week. The hotel;,,- 'The Inn.
Our merchant.., Johnson, is awnj, we '
The Van Duzor comer. SOLE AGENTS Kissimmee Fla.
'suppose on leave of absence and ,
R. U. HARRIS M.. D. 'J. S.'MC'
John Floyd is taking his place In the The Okechobeo House. EWANrHARRIS'
store. Mr. 'Johnson bad become a \. "
favorite with'our citizens and The; Waring cottage. V -s vafir F'w w .FIP'Y.Yr.Y.'"!"i. Yr'aP ,iSAMTORIUM.QRLANDO .
UM eh angels by; sbeans .
no appreciated 1 '
.y Me. 'The old Maldnson comer. NORTH KISS&IMMEE. PHONE NO.; ,' FLA't,
+ Joe Williams is among the .
........ of tour city; and Miss Beulah Two, cottages. ,, and :one. lot, on
la managing hotel''atore and poatof-. the O'Neal Addition., l A Private. Institution built "and equipped with all modern '

floe during bis absence' In the latter %. .Y' C. W.. 'GriffinFancy conveniences for,,.Surgical work and the. care and treatment of '
I'' departtwnt'however Wbmler's, she able lsv: ably assisted . j .Orangq"grove, horse, wagon_ .and the sick. '. '
E by
; assistant '
.teacher, Mr.'AJdermaa'' 'This young harness,'w'and'bUll'ealf.:, ..Terms Reasonable.. Write.IM- Particulars. {a

I. (' gentleman accessor has to the proved general sucha good useful,andwelfare'of The Droceriy, Harry W;,:;Thur-. ; : .Family Groceries. J "
'Iff I"; bare almost' our concluded community-that we that will,we man. Apply' to the,owner or. .J., Mi; "

.' ,\1.<: have to kidnap him wheu'tbe, school Willson,. Kiusiinmee.' Fla. ';v I, ,Fresh Meats. J JDelluery '
"ir '''isout, and keep him among .ao' . I III. G. F. KHIBBS Osceola County
'. At the Draw y mansion all It walL "Tenns easy.'part may. .remain On Every Day at any Hour: Patronage Sollo1te6., 'M 41 .1
Miss. Jane bas eo-so'town after the -. 3 :ATTO M N BY-AT-LAW.;
a 1.J ,41 Patrlsrch.Miss mortgage.WE. .ate iafiiiRi.- -- .tA.Ak+dlc- titlt. :
1 ; Abstract
f. her usual rt>sf health.? John Is mead- .Office. In the Court 'HoueeKleaSmmee'Florida. ,Company "

4 lag rapidly and the. hogs are .dying; ARE AGENTS'FOR::- MALSBY "
a .' noisily; o.that'tb. tabl.'a.;' always ; .oJ sBULLOCK.IMANAOse
.. t." well furnished with meau, .. : ..IApKeONVILL.j"... With wbom will be assoolaud in the '.. ,So'H. *I; .., '
". Our, school, commissioners;; ;have International, Harvester Co.. 'DI8t. ...t' -. t trial bfiause. the law flntt .'
r adopted .a DeW regime..having:.aeleetedoneof. ""- .I ,_ ..,...,e7s'''ID oo..a, .._ -. of .
; f the school .truateea, as G Gasoline Engines. ; i Portabdeand ( EDem.; MassevWarlow, of 'ReaKestate . '. 'v i\1\
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.:' \ :common .carrier for school children,at I ;}.. tDrJando,' Titles ., ; ,\
and Boilers; Sawmills; Woodwork eEamloed snd
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I a salary': I ;.understand, of *1O per < tog Machinery and Bapplles. Com -, .Tszes paid for *>;
+ i' .t.tostth.-;,Tbis. actloo:if legal.., bas e.preo.deet'tbal .- The Best on the .Market We< : +' p..l..oal'l'1ec1lD.teM$..- Liberal --"'-:'"-." lnstrt mute relating to real estats.err;v-!
.' : might be _wn make yot| ciote'prices on ''Bngines.and terms.'" Write, ,.,foroatalocna.. JM, WILLSON, JR.;, "direfully
fcMowed .' State agents for the Olda.Oaa e.asusalisis " '' .' :

Mneat I. Iu.e.I financial eaA;uthi if JF inips In"(LI, : running. ,,order' *, ., )Enpre.. 1MACHIeNRY t 'NOY4RT'PUSLlC.r, Correspondence ; SpllclUii"taalU tb:;?::.
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&' Td6 Klsslmmee( Valley- 'Gazette' ;Ingersoll Midget. 'watche '12 00)( atKat.z' I Straw hats at and below .cost, "FIxinr. !.i Dade' County Goes Wet. '
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-, I Miami Oct. 16.- After '
T* -ILU/J i jjf- j.v vjr T- -7- -L'I < an exciting 1 am,prepared td doBratotee
TELEPHONE 10.11. Smoke Key West Havana, the. best New line of W. B. & R. G.. 65. for(campaign lasting for several weeks, the making' this '!11I..ri; and'ask the ......'i

'. > 60 cigar on toe market. ail. sizes'up to.30,at Kau's. "wet and dry election In Dade i county to. call and see; rot: S.ahl.-trit

PUBLISHED' EVERY 'FRIDAY Call at our store on Oct., 25th, and For Sale at a B.r aID.-One .'. )Ir, L*.. H.. ,yesterday resulted l In a*.defeat of the guaranteed. . 'TAnalgsstgw.: ,

-BT- Inspect a most complete. line of woolens room cottage and four vacant lot ,. ..ID. prohibitionists by oD17'four majority. ." ,' 1, I,
North Klsslmmee. J. W, SEYMOUR. sod the "wets". are consequently: celebrating Floe.line of watches II'the ;:Ktslatwee .. -,
W.OFFICIAL. B. HA..S. for. made to measure garment for : 55 '
Fits guaranteed., KATZ'S.' I gone to their:,victory to-day.* Drug f Co \II
men. fhone: your want we do the' f .
The Palm' Beach
: extended vote at West was
ning. "louwill bn WEATHER ItfPONT.Awn ,Mr. and Mr*. W.' M., Moseley and KISSIWMEK DRuaboMTANY. 175,.tor. the "wets" and 83'for the Notions, Hardware," OranUeware.'
*> tMntMrataM. l_ week a-idUc Thum b.b-came down from, '\\Waoo. Wed. JI' "dr,.:!' Tinware; Classware. in" fact ab ot
ay. !'W r,11 )W7.rrfckT needay to spend a few Mays here with ''Mr. Johnson; of South Carolina ;; ,and: J. ;S. In Miami the contest.was warm: from everything at the Cash store.,used get
RrJtxi who has had charge of D, N.. on the of and 'when the.ot.e. I a present with each l1rab.... '
opening he polls
,MaL 'M''." faIL relatives; They will return'. hone. A Fe: H.LAwaoir.Six .
Whittler mercantile\ bualnese.for .
.. today. were counted It was.;found that .
..- ., was In town' a few days returned the"Magic,,City". had el yen 333 'vote : :, room bouse and: r two tol* -la'
,,-. .\ M'' ,ame L*. Col. W.''E. Cadra vn went up to week. Mr, Johnson will now. be .. fo'the "wets" and 253 for ',the 'prohlbitionlct good location. House Jo*****! for

a-dwdar :- :- : ''S !;'", Sanford Tuesday and met Mn.. Cad Mr. Floyd at: Pegborn. daughter *. .Every other precinct in three year for MO.OO. tries fWO. V--
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=. : .: Cadman'who ,are': Two good bulWIng l .
.. .. ,. r.'i man and Miss were 're Ladies Shirt Walsh\ at a big .. the county gave good majorities .for location. )'rice tfeO. toe paiIn lara 'e
...; .... W.' eo turning home from ''an ext.eDdeclEurope..1i hati,.' come the "drys." .... at this om.A'preilml.D..r .; .
.,4'. .. .. 82 ... duction,,at Dann'a.. apply, ' : \i .,
: trip. .- ., ,It I i. alleged that there were seventeen r.

\I"'t if. The Ladles Home Journal Pattern Columbia College the' new KATZ'ft. I illegal votes,In West Palm ,bearing. in.toe -oaeaa" ,

do not.waste material at Dsnn's.. at Lake City, opened Beach, i and'consequently a contest of Charley' Padgett;, Umrsue*. Sullivan -'
for the fill term on Oct, 2nd,, : .' bicycle will. follow If this contest Is' successful and Bill Bterens;eha.t.a ->with
Among the out of town lawyers attending ..recently the larceny will M 'bM ;
one hundred and forty-four students.This and this precinct Is thrownout hogs, ; ;.be
cr i! LOCAL PIELD. ,county .court.this, , week we far exceeded the fondest hopes 1 >> repair, ,:, the county would, ;'of course, be fore County" ,Judge ''Johaetoe.?:' next

noticed Hon. W. L. Palmer of Or the friends 'elbe college; And Is''' dry. 'is'not believed .&this, will, be Monday. ...
Dd Col. 8. T. Fletcher andJ. I ,
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beginning of which they nay well ) Captain done, however; although'this. legal,; '
Hall Brumsey, of Tampa., '
proud Wednesday contest; itIs said< will' be. ;waged. '

t Wade the Tuners Orlando.. Any ''DfAlllIaeDPerlo'a CaD earn a .See those Matchless 1'1"9.':C strenuously., .
good Income corresponding for newspapers ' : I ,
New Idea, Pattern..10 cent, at IL.O. ; .experience unnecessary Send Beauty Corsets. af.JJt C* SLanlql'd'Co.eol. Julius CaeeerV '
Stanford for 'particular Empire Press Syndicate C. CVTurlington has :' ODe x>f his \ ... a man'of, 'nerve-bt "sickness

Nice line of' Ribbons,' Laeee and ,Middleport, N.-y.. : 41-3t the Hallow grove near the poor 'church to len its' mark-'and. ;be!' besjusji ......
Bargain '
Embroideries: at the Cash '; 'will// mo've befo ... :.SiulnHM. .>' ofttI
$I.. White shoes at cost, vome' ..Store. ? ,_ '"J' ... of land upon which) thtre are on : .l, ,. Ii caused by. a, torpid''' tier; ; ...h I lure'
Born 'Saturday;"yOct: '' ; : \boulaDd' trees1' seven' il.1"ab.i" will regulate your liver uod giveyex:; ; f':"'
.. Mn:JW,\ j'Jord.nva"d.nQbt >: >13eingcahed'to': ;,:.A llsnta l tofaUend bearing* is-now health., Mrst \.Austln'Hollon :
tel'r.and ; ... ...... .,..'..r''J"t'"j.' '''', the funeral 'services''of 'brother, I of which'are Thl I ;'*"and with Carrie S
be ex pests to get'1.500boxes of fru Kansas.,writes:. "I consider; Her-
will not be able to fill the .. 'go aD'f. '
,t The purchase price was $7,000.., blne !the,best medicine 1 ever heard of I '
< paper suitable for many purposes -I Baptist. church next Sunday; I'an never wltollou...' 1.8014 by i5* this office at 20 cents CHAD, XI. BBITTAIN, Pastor., ,! Buy your schools. aLb. Roberson's Pharmacy.' ; "
hundred. I ,-up from
'a Cash Bargain Store, "
Pansy Seed and all other kinds. of has been 1 .
; chase. A useful.from pre.eDwl five. .cents up,, at every Lb. (fur-l flower seed and bulbs.stock We and have itcan't]uat.reoele4 Mr. and Mr. R. D.-Fuller came, \ dorm jury Our, Poor farm.; J.H.REDDITT. ; ; ;
.' our new '
Lakeside near .
F. U From Groves :
Store. be beat; Send),,for price list. Mr."W.'L. Campbell,' superintendent .;:
,Mr'. C. P, Murdock, of' St. Peters- KENNEBL..Y'a, SEED HTOHR, SaVen.'where' Mr. Fuller !to e lra { :house, of the county poor farm ".ila, town JEWELER ,:AND

burg. 1* pending; the week with rel-1 Palatka. Fla. In fruit' 'growing ob' Monday' South Kts- )Monday'and ''stated''' to'si ''representative WATC ([ REPAIRER.; > ;

.."h.. in town.' '.1 Mr.hF.0'Berrj began shipping spend, a short time. at home.> Mr.Fuller *. <#Ty) r of this p.per"Lb&\.''' rop on Call andsee, my' tin of.'Waehes "' .-
e< ),fl''. 'aDd' Mr. 'Will' McLaughlln acrea,just coming into tJe.rlna"bleb Fruit s ctU>n* in Florida, and 'is fully as.l.rge.'I not larger than that 'Old,WsWbes'tdkou'aa. :Part'Payment ... '.>

A)' have moved into the flat lieU.door' to I' he says are specially'One, and from ting out.'1f1'O'.'down there for quite'. and, belts. of last season, 'which" amounted 'to . on New.Cues;
the Valley Gazette office.. : ' numberof people. about boxes of fruit. B r
which he expects., to 'gather'a1' large ; 3,400 This J*
: I Any:article of Jewelry\ '; '
+ :Mils Mlnole Hlnton came .down crop. Dwellings; for rent., ppll. .. 'to in O'Neal the third year in success Ion that"thisgrove :.
fromOrisndoTussday OD.a visit'to: rUler; has, borne 'heavy crops' and Beret upon. Request;. ,
/ Queen Quality Shoes, all,i styles,-.atM ; five-room '
.thefaully of Dr M,J. .Hicks.. H. C. Stanford Co.. : t.o' Mr. Campbell think this record can -' ;.' ."- := -. -
D. Fuller Is IpeDCS.IIII"
Mr." R. who pow A Co. be kept up indefinitely. provided a
Try the aew barber .bop.Every. !..k E. Drought is now rapidly a few day in town, reports sufficient! amount of the rlsrbi kind of
I thing MW and up-w-dat.. Sharp raxors LyonHenson.the boy who preach The PerfectSceree
towels ,.rst-cass) ervloe, recovering from :bl recent :paralytic a fertilizer 1* used';' I JIJ
w ,.clean stroke; and,1, has' ,written to\friend' delivered bread for,the City Bakery 'church Osceola the only county in, the .

it Wanted...:.A cooper4o put up barrels here that he will 'be' discharged from]I but for: the past yeaebas: .been worklalor : for his State that derives a handsome annual! I' r

-on, .contract. :"Material ready made, I the hospital "and 'return 'b, re about Mr. Fuller in,his aro"eooer..loD.Dear the>>-(U." revenue from It* poor farm.A .- ef, Fleriea,'Ctrizewe. 'Hare. '

W. B. MAKWSOMJk:. Co.. '1 Oct. 24th. Winter. Haven baa Ribbon at .' Iasrs.4 I... -
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Call and ..inspect ,bur ''line 'of Dry : A beauttful.line of" Whit Shirt I about fourteen acres of "land with I Moat Worthy Article If you suffer tress bsotacM" ; ,) .

t Good, They are new and un-to-dat H, CvStanford Co.' house" and barn on it, and' is & \ : ha been i When'.article has been 'on the There Is only one way. to sure it., '
CASH BAIWAJM STOWB.* a fruit farm. Lyon I. only mu.ket.for :. :and pins friends The perfect Is the' Wd-""
Mesr E; A. 'Nlem."erl and 'WillMoLaughlin at his year' way. .to. cute. ., ,
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years old, but I. '1l1J pluck
It 1 safe call this T
last every year, to medicine ueyaq
4 FlorsheUn' 'Patent Oxford are have opened UP a fancy energand will some day bit, 1..cUD.Irul worthy'one.' Bach "is: Bal Abed back iueaoe stak I k14 ./ ..
the correct thing a* to style, omfort, grocery and fruit stand In the building ; : post be- a r.<
etc.. Found at B. C. Stanford Co, vacated by the They ,t grower.., .Store. lards Horehound, .Syrup.' 'jls| posi ,N./rlect.It-ul'haar./ tumble: follow., m1 '
s only. just postpffloe.of Mr.Niemeyer' White Star L.IIDdrj.-RS: ..Floyd.Co. t.I.eb'cure.. coughs and all Pulmonary . ,Do..'. ,Kidney 'Pills are made, for''
will also handle the products .. for waists. "
kidneys oaly
left dlseaees': One of the best known :,,
3 ,Clerk pith. Court E. L. .Lesley bake oven.Thia ,
:&: B.LemoDs, Sigarmaker'U.IeR';
merchants in Mobile, ;' Ala..sys'V: :
:,Tuesday b,7' way of Fort Pierce' to ', S. B. Aultman at, 1311 Ashley street Tarn pal;; .....;,' ..
ia to notify all concerned that Mr came _up : .
'' 1 Cowc.rk. : < "For five my family has not
-' .visit his fine. orange, wove M ; ,D.. D.. ,W ..,.: !q.1I ** Doaa'. JCJdne PI1JII
I warns,, parties from harboring 'or,81t. rcl to.meeM, .Ault St, :James been troubled with the'' winter coughs, and they cured"roe. of baokacike &ad + a,
; hiring my,daughter Bessie, Preacott.She .. man and Miss .BetUe,' who. ,are .: Kiselmmee weo"e'Ibis, ,to' Ballard Horehound disorder' the"lddIMJ'Two or';'

New barber shop at ,at.rlok'i oMtand. I." a minors ,end has run ,away. pected to'arrive here from' Georgia Syrup.. ,Z know,it has saved my three timer on account the pain 1D'J ',
Toe '
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:' Service by a toneonlal artlatooDversant front hams.41.4s when they have been, spending ( from sick. spella..". my back I_was "UD. l. to go to work: av'
with all the latest. fad IB.barbering. to at ren many chJld.1 for secret-ion 'p*' 'fo'
'' .. ,MMr. W. F. .Ps aoo'rr{ ; summer, t. nllrbc.. Mr; Aultman COCTAINS. i by obeNOD'IJ'2aarm1C1.. , the kidney were in". vrr"ba4 .oak7dition \.
rented Mr I Hootea'a cottage- dark In color '
new and 14 allowed to f
V' J. F."WUU.mer. W.n ., and,of tage.For, Sale,Apply: or to lien Mr\,.;. C Six, V.: room Bsajden.W.i OOh. upper Jrla'a'\net.' and the"family 41-2U. 'Mr*. '*ji4Mlss.c c1.... ..arrived ia stand would beeome of tb eonslsteoir.. '
county comml..lo *r. '0..1 of jelly. I tried various' ,...
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former make home here for the I taking or New York from England Friday
t .Wblttler in town the-'early! part B.,Makinsooi: Co.* received, this : '-in Oc taking wbat.1D8c1 Ilk:hp.lJo a is
rr was Mr', .Aultmen gojng aback gad, ". morningby th*;Lusltania, after ,va medicine and J'also'put on p4etere, '
of.t.b4t week! week five carloads barrel materialstaves -* between'this place and Tampa ,' i following ran of:four, day ;and. twenty hour : but nothing helped me tfc all until "'

,Mr, Sam, ,Alexander.' ,a, popular and .hoops--andfwlll ,ia future la engaged In buslness. 1CJ..t CaulUower., Lei- from Queenston to Sandy-Book with got Doaa's. i Kidney'Pill lJ ad ,'J
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f (knight' of tbe grip tpen Sunday' and manufacture'their: own ash barrels. i* glad to welcome ,these j gtx>4 : tore*" 'thonsaad: pastors_ lrs, vice,of. a triett, of.2t: utiTuilmg A

'Monday her with pie. ,aunt', .Mr. The material, abovementioned' I I. again. ,as rwideote'and; we vbope 1"". and Miss Cadman''left for:'Jacksonville cured them;.eordig.ID. 14.....'...; key. d}
enough to put up 0,000 barrel le* .....Fla.- tsa: "9 \ "
+Marlab. Ollbe. will decide to' remain permanently.. and .-.IDecI.11ob Krl'.actWra: toV-al. b1 'a4 ='" Prss. AS
Wbi..ler. "wa* I'rMh.1OCk girdso'and'floss seed a -: '' :: ".: : j :' .' , Radclyffe c.cJ."' \lJl,Tuesday arriving 11M"'," ,'Poste.Mllburls'.Olo' ,. r
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Arch Blew
Cspt. ** ; ; ,, eole aenu 'tort...Ifafasdlseri'11.'taasoe
here Tuesday evening at* route ;
la" ... week fof.%few 4ay. ,Die M,the Kiasimmee*DTIW Co." "Re.Id,l wok)r.r,..... >Ii' .; e- _
town :
1 "n f for their\ home at Narooosse .after '
iiIM' were pleasei to see',him, look- On Oct:,'26th,. the r.preeentative'o I'a\a oats bffertog. fay:......... : : : _:',alnarw's-.i ,t
j' absence of six month > '
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,jq: 'Floyd. therecently 'feaborD fo\t\ ".**.*., 11: l'' ? :
D. with a> complete line,.of .woolen'.for conoMftti. : *- I : ['.. { Ftibd.atMr papers LakoI. for ;wrap "'

,Vii" : ha' : I purchased{'of ,l made-.measure suite.., Jit.. and wok Wltaw. !.*.,' .wftUU: 'S \ ys0 ; : ;:!' II' . AMP Chss'mad.. .s.orda'sPr1" ; \ : 'ie4:: :purposes:'.r'"'..

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J ; Three. White ;M.n4'Hurt and Two%N., ;* "! I"t"'s'';. :>' ljf Ri.n4e Bureaus in Botuhern- .,States.
Pall Short il
.\ : Many. Military'Organizations, groes B "b'Deat.BJ'nd' ''''Tiger= & r Vv % ttlt ''' Where Tax :,income from B.o e
ef .the;Requlremente of New Dick Convention : Mrs vCa9t)8'Ch1riwIcki) ; | Bank y
Blow at
Rf- Election. as' Presidentf 'I'Law, Soori; Effective.Thei .., Given''' Body Booc Csuseot' { Outbreak.TwdTbadljr Will. Be, Eliminated.,
Held In Atlanta.RESOLUTIONS "t 5 WrCker Passds'' hwaWAS' /. -i:' .
Rural rrlers '
.;C injured In
statement contained .In a dispatch negroes lodged! \ Washington special aay.r Couv _ _
at Tocpba; .
Jail / .
tho Internal,wenue. -
from Washington'Friday'to the es, three white wen slightly wounded.. : fulsaloner(- Cape.root
NyNTIO ',ADJOURNS ,*ffeot'that: 'In this :'year's. inspection ADOPTEDEgyptian one pitched battle with.'guns, among UEEN''Or'fo.RGE.RS'. burau has under considerationthe !'
and1 ooniolIdaUpn
andnumerouI fights w .
the <
.' not''a'-single "Qeorgla''military company t negroes r \ ."R'
of a
: ... .. was found to conform to the : "I.Form ,of Bale', Approved;) have been the'resuita' of blind ''tigercorn. Borrowed d!r MillionsRlght* r. sand LeftonFletltiob's for tevcnu's eolleotlon and"; purposes'southeastern
.- liquor sold at .tka': negro fibula, ; number' of .southern
Meeting of, the National" Aesoet United.States! army .organization, naturally Careful Seed ti.l.ctli>n, Closer J Baptist AssocIaUbn which has been In "Representations"" a rid states

; Ue<('' 'n'Atlanta.a Brilliant' Sueeess caused ,some comment national among guard Trade' Relations. .Drying ,0;. session at Two-Mtle Church,,near Too- . Brought Ruin to Banker and The constitution of Oklahoma which'

-Omaha .Gets. the" '. those. Interested and in numerous the questions '. Seed Cotton Recommended. \ COIL; lot: several day*. '; r v 't Depositors 'Alike*. j+,. 4 w.i recently /dopUU, absolutely!: prohibits -
of..o.or&la. .
5asuC1 Is'Is'composed ofvthe; ,. f)1 Uie sale of lntoxicatingltduore
Next"Assembly.. were asked as to the meaning 'of It. The' tton' ; 'atate's.bor' >> ,
churches throughout northeaat'Ge Mrs Cassle Chadwick whoM amazing as a ,.beverage within the,
negro >
Inquiry at the oce, of Adjutant Oenera'A. 'The elimination of the purely *pecilatlv *- ,
election selection, rcla and part of eastern South transactions culminatedlu. den, and on January .1. Wi.- eon 4
The of officers the capitol developed , financial
J Scott cotton butt-
the exchange
side of
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I a...P uUe of meeting for 1908. and a the fact that toe statement Caro.lIaa. and thousand, vare In attendance the; ,wrecking, of anjO'berlin, bank plete 'prohlbttlott'ltoes, info effect:
ness I* advocated by the International died In the,,woman's warlliat.the; Ohio Georgia South Carolina,*by r'eceetaclion .
the There, are none of the ,
tvoA city were was, correct
around the "
,ride commands/ which at, tha Cotton Congress, which adjourned, at Sunday afternoon' the shooting, and penitentiary' In "Columbus Thursday of the state) Is partly prohibitionand t.

I feature, t. 'of the closing day of the alxtb time Georgia, conformed 'to, the regular? arm,. ,Atlanta Wednesday, night. :. fightingaround the church grew ,so night. partly under the dlspensarf-ar-.

aUi1""PuIOl1 of the National Rural requirements.But By the vote of four "to one the ,task'', general'and dangerous that' :white!!:peo t No frleuds' or relatives Malted at her tome, a

Ya.e1l7jdlvey Carriers Association. InAU.ML In this. Georgia was, not -alone. of evolving some plan ef ,regulation pie living :<'complained;: to 'Sheriff. bedside; only the prison. physician, . .and. To carry Into' effect 'ihesa,;changes
II .. The military organisations of only ten Stow. The' latter, with Chief of Police bis attendant would necessitate an' executive .order
fietpreths election of officers flame states bad,, :"the time, 'the' adjutant that would prevent gambling was ;referred :MUe', went to' the church justat Mr. Casale. I.. Chadwlek, whose, by the president,, .but the' ,actlou of
: to the committee 'on permanent, ad the riotous' conduct states as to tha aid of
generals report was drawn, conformedto night quell maiden name was KjJzabetk:) : nigley, mine' of the
ap, ,,..committee; named at the Peoria the regular army' rganlzatlon. and 'organization. One vote was cast by wIthfsome:difficulty!:and'' arrested was a native of :Woodstock Canada., intoxicating liquors semis:"to..the ;luternal -

C on to revise. the constitution and In'Only two states was this conformation each' of the ..flve organization ''repreaented I Harber'of Walhalla, 8. C...who started i She first came! Into public notice In revenue officials to make' som '

/-Iawa presented, Its report. There complete. 'Colorado and Florida bad at the congress, the shooting. I Toledo Ohio about twenty year'ago.' action of lhla'chhracler"aft administrative ,
r"aa-" practically ,no change In the oralo conformed. In part; Missouri with the I moved The aherilt'started to the city with I where she told 'fortunes under, the neczssity, It II not Ilkelyihowever .,
laws of the body suggested, exaa excepUon of headquarters and the hospital i The convention to' take this; the negro, but before reaching the cor I name of Madame- Davlere.-. While' Id ,' that,,definite action, will betaken i,
.. ,corps,' and like ,exceptions were step because It was urged very 'ear? porate limits, the prisoner' showed Columbm..ihe forged the name of Rich for some weeks. ,-
,< : to the per capita tax. Since noted In Ohio, Tennessee, Texas,Washington neatly by the delegates from various fight; and sprang from the buggy'with I ard Drown, Youngstown,' Ohio, and for '"
formation of the organization the and Wisconsin Oklahoma and organizations that nothing short of the Intention of running, but- Sheriff I this crime wag sent to the penitentiaryat SPINNERS FAVOR'EXCHANGE8..

r:capita assessment has been 10 cents Oregon were the only two in which unanimous approval all measures j Stow caught; him and a terrible fight i Columbus ,,for nine years. -
TRari 'The committee l suggested'.in .conformation was complete. by all the associations of cotton grow. ensued. After several'minutes 'Har-' She served but a pcTrtlon of this sentence Representative, Mafia Tells" Why Hie

Is; 'review, of the laws that the annual ,Georgia troops' would have. been era and cotton manufacturers would ber was beaten Into submission and and then located in' Cleveland, Rt-oluUon Failed ,of Adoption.

,raft upon'' the* member be made |1 much nearer In conformity with United produce effective results. landed In jaiL - J. Thomas HeOln. reureeentatlve In
ch'year' twice the amount paid in States army requirements bad It Condemnation of' gambling methods Joan Cape a white man lives about ccrgress from 'thiTfilth', Alabama district ,
e past: The proposed. Increase not been for the fact that after they was heard on all eldeta, but the spinner one mile from the church. During roy S. Chadwick of Cleveland man and the'author of. the resolution)

''oght about a lively discussion'. Bomembera fought they' had all the necessary) law, made it clear that exchanges ot Saturday night, a drunken negro,Thos of good family and excellent standingIn -, denouncing gambling la coUOIn.-
were emphatically opposed to other requirements were put upon some kind were necessary to their business Browner who'lives near La onlawent his profession. AIn thanges: which was vl&orouel.4ebawdIn
ke'Increase. Others favored It' And them by the war department. and that despite the evil In existing to the. home of Cope, and demanded the latter part of 190 or early the recent: cotto'ClODlfre.I' In Atlanta '

et':others declared It''a ,good mo eeot. "In 1905,", said Adjutant General exchanges, these. Institutionsmust possession of the house. After some la 1901, Mrs. Chadwlek. 'In the presence In discussing the defeat of hi* r
bat expressed, '''themselves Scott "atcommlsslon drew a code for be resorted to until some better words Cope secured his shotgun and of her husband, 'gave to Ira Reynolds resolution said:
.. net so, radical.'a changeat ,once. Georgia and submitted it the secretaryof methods protection against los from fired at the negro," but failed to hit the cashier of the Wade Park '"I have always believed th.t.b' \ "
e discussion resulted In an endorse-. war.who referred it to the war col. future fluctuations could be devised.It him. Having: no more shells, Cope bank of Cleveland a box: containing cotton planer was a friend of the
eel of the Increase", that,Increased lege. It was approved with one slight was pointed out that the men se- : took, his wife and children to;; the home' note signed with the name of Andrew speculating exchange; 1 am now absolutely
leasment to become effective. July exception, returned,and enacted Into Jected from each of the five organisations of a neighbor. Carnegie. There forged notes. convinced of'that fact The
:' tt08. law by, the general assembly of 1905. by taking counsel among Returning to his house Immediatelywith .are have amounted to f7,- I New England spinners, without A
';The salaries of the national officers "In June 1907, 'we were notlflAd by themselves and considering: the Interests several while frl'imd", they found 500,000. Reynolds gave to Mrs. Chad single exception, opposed my resolution
ftot cbaAied. except' that of the the war department that our"organization of a11-side., might be able to reach Browner In bed asleep. The negro re- wick a receipt for the papers, which I, to compel 1 the cotton exchanges
-surer.' The treasurer has been did not conform to that of the sonie conclusion that would be ap fused to surrender and a general fight described tho notes and the signature to. actually deliver the cotton' soiit.

awing"'i,>Z5 a fear .since the' Rural regular'army.. The, previous approval proved" next year by the whole-' congress ensued. Attar several shots were upon them.' Mr*. Chadwick left with ',The Southern Cotton Association and
Delivery Carriers'. Association of1'' our ,code by the department was fired entrance to the house was obtained Reynolds a* an explanation of tbe' the Fanner-' Union favored the adoi- '

i organised; ,, That sum the review- ignored, and 'when we requested It, the The congress unanimously approvedthe and the negro: was beaten Into existence of the notes,,the statement' Lion of my resolution and In separate '
t committee thought,was wholly In.uat.'and necessary additional legislation was square bale of the game style of bmlsston.. In -the fight; C. C. Wai that she was a natural daughter of I meetings both endorsed It C. W y
; ,saggested that. tne' salr. -_' suggested to us. That was drawn up packing and covering a. the Egyptian, tens and two otbes white men received Andrew Carnegie. i I Maces of England, president of tha

';}be'ytade. 1100.. The suggestion In'thesbape of a bill. which_ was bale.They painful IDJud .. i With the receipt of Reynolds in her .r International Cotton Spinners Association a
made effective by the adoption passed at the "recent session of 'the recommended that southern The excitement near the church was possession Mrs. Chadwjck went to' 'I told me during the debate on
a"*resolution covering the change of general assembly and'went into effecton farmers hold their cotton for thirty at a high pitch and some of the white different banks, and making loans, ., my resolution that he was' la favor1'of '' .
,. The salary of the.president October 1. We ,now have allthe, days before having it ginned that the peeple armed themselves tn .anticIpation and paying not only high Interest to Jt i.; but could' not support It at thus
lVlhat.ot: ;;the secretary $500 each: law necessary, and the ohly thing :yet staple might fully mature.They'favored.compression. of further rouble. the banks but heavy' bonuses to'.the time, and he Intimated that something
reor/iand ofthe."members or the to be acfcompllshed! Is to .bring about at the gin.., bank officials who loaned her the mon might be done at the next conferees
the, commlttea._three In number the proper< organizations under,It, the r foreign spinner appealing. for a. THIRD TERM FOR TEDDY e,. The extent of theso>> transaction I told him that I was very ranch afraid;
"each, annually wete not ,die. "The Georgia troops will, be In full bale of greater density. --- will never be fully known, but they that the impression would be, made.1''
conformity, 'with the requirements of They urged more careful seed sole. Favored. by General''' Helm of Mleolsslppl. ran up into the tnir.lona. They Involved 'that the spinner'was backing. the speculator
When. the election ot officer oame the national government by'' January In Open 'Letter.llrlgadler ." men of high standing In the "

Prealdent Paul:I*, lindsay ot'Oeora .. I, PI/.a./. tlon.They endorsed the buying of. .spat General George It. Jlelmj- financial world end caused heavy lose. .J I "1 think that. 'the conference b..
'vacated the chair Mr. 'MeManus ..Georgia's regimental organization Is' cotton 'for 'future delivery commanding the-j3ecoa4-t>Hgad. Mississippi e* tojjuany bank. 1 done' good'' In a grat.niany: ways; It,
'Tesa.'takingi'' >> tbA,6ay, +Basked pow In' conformity with the government The congress killed the resolution dlvl.l n- United Confederate' In November' 1904.- .he' ,was sued1' has 'shown the cotton produdpr his

nomination*,'"Indicating the officers requirements, with the''exception.of providing for more .frequent statistical VeteraDI, 'one ofthe, wealthiest-plant by a man named Newton of Brookline, 'situation In the cotton' world: ;' It- kaIbown .'
j lie elected;; the' hospital corps, 'Whlch-aome.of crop report from the go er.nmenL. era of the delta and 'a lIfelODS'demo- ;Mass.. from .whom she had borrowed him that tha speculator 'and
M. M. Stoddar* ot.V1rJW&'w':rec- the regiments'.are lacking They earnestly advocated>clos"er trade crat has created much 'surprise In a large amount- which ahe was unable the spinner are not enemies, bat that
by the cbwbV.aiid'ln.:a plea ',- ,It is required' thai each regiment relations' looking forward to the time ; political circles ,and among confederate to pay.. .Other creditors .came there. Is a "very cordial friendship between
t a/moe;' pr ".js1 i R:Ulu name '.of j shall have twelve companies a''require "when1 farmers' organizations through i veterans' by an*. open letter ID down on her and within a short time them. It has pat the prodareron. .. f

Undsay., ',t jpr( *a" )t.PMID{i all meat which !* lacking In all the Georgia their agents: will be able to deal dl- which lie strongly advocates the elec-: she wa placed under.arrest by the ,notice that be must rely,upon him-
..seal. r-'t. rt. 'refclmenUV,: Each regiment must rectlywith the ,'i. President Roosevelt for third s"ou'"' the of ;" organizations enforce
lof theto'second ..... ; ,.spinners v: , I Von of a federal' authorltl ; charge < self., la|his to
med. atteatlo '. aruslding: .o11M. ; have a hospital corps; some are'now The 'following report on closer trade term; "aa' ; -'. ' conspiring with Charles fatckwlth, the'., the demand for"a. fair'and reasonabU

the'taonllpruoa.\ without It. Each!: Infautry company relation between the grower and spinner : General Helm ,waives the questionof president, and A.' B. Spear,\ of, a national " price* tor'' cotton The, curse ,otke'
No opposition, w.II4Icaa..4. and the must have SS enlisted men as a' min '.was adopted: i republicanism aside ns 'to trivial bank, at ,Oberlln, Ohio which gambling' exchange: backed by tort t
[aecroUry;';wa* 4Irecte4 bl<.th ,.choir-' imum. each light artillery battery 133 " resolved. That"t1ae International for discussion, and urce.'.that party' had. been'fnbstantially looted, I elgn and New En&1tm4'aplDnen.. is. ,
.to cast the ballot'of' the assocla-' and each heavy artillery company S3. convention ot J cotton &1'Oen'and' lines be dropped .order" that' the Mr., Cbadwtck had: obtained "from upon us. Let us support our'local far. '

for Mr: ,.Lindsay. Announcement ot Few ,.companies have 'yet: t' conformedto manufacturers' Is:of the, opinion' that business Illtne.ta"''.or" the:south maybe this Institution such large :sums of mere'organizations loyally, and If we f
: result' was received' applause these requirements to minimum by closer II relation'' between grower: benefited by the, retention. of''Mr.'' I money that''' It,w. compelled to close do- the Southern Cotton Association

at,was an ovation to President LJnd- numbers. and,.spinner a great, deal of the present Roosevelt, In office, the chief reason Its doors, canting heavy losses to the' and the farmers' Union will"one day
-**; r It. The question\naturally arises: as to expense In.'handling, cotton can be ,urges being ,the construction ,,of depositors and rulnlns'' many of them.; ,exercise power, whose Influence will '"

H.CrumofMichigan, ,was uoml- ; where )the,other, companies necessaryto be 'saved and the' evilsattendant';; the deep water channel from the lake, Mrs.;Chad wick, Beckwlth and Spear' be' felt wherarer. ,clvllUatlon unfa-It
', lot Tics president., Mr.; Crum ; fill out 'the regiments are'to come violent fluctuations. of.the 'market be to the' gulf. c swore Indicted for a..variety- offenses. her' Sag and bum an beings" wear

salscaaon _..,'Without opposition and from. 4' ? ,mltlgatecU. ", .. against the," national :banking law*., clothes." '

,sous unanimous ," "We are further of the'opinion that ALLEGED, EMBEZZLER ARRAIGNED. Beckwlth.died before coming to:trial. .
h P,B.' Massachusetts, who baa RIFFS' DEMAOOGUEB::, the"extenslon of the':'warehouse:'u.-' ,- Spearpleaded guilty, was sentenced 1' NEGRO'BGRGLAR&: !' LYNCHED.

I iMam secretary of the association since Tom'; I tern In the southern states '"and the' Percy' 'Fonvlll.'on Trial. i for, Aiding In to seven year In the 'penitentiary 1- \
[MM formation and whose work has been Action 'ef State and National Governments creation of selling oIDces 'wU tend to / Looting ,of, Bank.. " and I II .now serving time at'Columbus, Two 'Swung to Telegraph Pole ,and
__thoroughly satisfactory to those Against Railroads Denounced bring about plo er trade relation.a'n4 It Tb. sensational case against Ter Ohio." Mr*.',Chad wick was brought tot, ''Another, Riddled ,With Bullet.''

.. .whom' he has been keeping'mln-; J.FHanson; of, the Central are, therefore, worthy' of ;'encourage- cy FOD llle''of Alabama,'.formerly ens trial on" March, S. 1903, and after a! 'Three, negrq men were lynched at '_ _
.....' tua':half dozen' ,7'e r.,'we:. nonvd of Georgia'railway and,the Ocean ment,by, both producer, and spinner.- gaged In, the bucket{ shop business In 'hearing, ,which' lasted'fors'two' week., Tunica,' hllsst.for. a'srles'ot bsrgiarles. : -'

.for:another term, by' ..pelegateIVtagg Steamship. company' spoke ,In. Savannah' Herr'JCuffler. on behalfof, the visiting Charlotte,and'In South Carolina,.i who wasv found.guilty of conspiracy to defraud ... Two: were ,hanged',to a telegraph
'ot 'Connecticut: ? ,. who in. pre;: ',,Friday 'night at a smoker"givenrepresentative. delegat/ ,.thanked ,the state"'of' Is charged 'WIth complicity embe- &' national bank and 'wal' sen*, :pole ,and the other; was'shot to'dentk.
I Beating Mf. ull'ct name, evoked frel of th./northern press ; Oeorcla';aDd Governor.Smith, the city! .slug ''the.. ,,funds'of, the .Charlotte, NaJ.tlonal :. tensed to'10 years :In, the: penitentiary., The'negroes were Will Jackson Jim
aent, applause as.'he: recounted' Viesorl who were' present as I+ *< Mr,.Call! had,done,as,secretajryy. Ocean) .Steamship 1 ,.company, having chamber of commerce and .President in 'Which 'bank"' Cashier ,FranK ,the' time of the trial failed steadily' had betn placed ,ln,"rtho Tunica'"'Jail
ivere'was-. :opposlUon-,to,,1tr.- Cull. com.,to SavanD h:from New York on J. Wllle Pope'and''tbe'ladles':committee Jones/now ,serving:sentence In' the after its 'conclusion., ;where. they confessed tvji'o ,aerles'of\,
[.a the'secretary. ,cUt a ballot: for the the maiden voyage;''ot the:' steamship of Atlanta for the.courtesy,;: and : Atlanta prison-got the money-and.. faa ')[il'. Chad !c1t left:one son.. JimUe' burglaries covering about ten years'

i. Mnclattan.Wiyiams. City'ot SavannabrPresident hospitality shown 'the' visitors. away.1I|| came up Friday ,morning. In Hoover: .borD..of her first* marriage. I ;'Some.time during; the.night u.. Ae t'
1"V; ,;' of.Pennsylvania .'W&II' Hanson, caused' a .enE&- C. S.' Barrett proposed'a'resolution' ( I' Greensboro,1.'' .'' 'He. is now about,20: years told., J\ lT ell wer'w ,*1100' aWay trona' "the'
|....elect. 4 national treasurer, his name. Von )by a''denunciation ot, the, gOY; thanking Herr: Kutfler: and the,:Euro- . 'The decline In ,Mrs.' . .Chadwick's. jail ''and the sheriff and his 'deputies

iMlngplaced;>> In" nomination, ,by (C. MvJsms : ernments state and national that' have pean'delegates', for, baying honored''At- ENi"AL.,CASE 'UP',TO, JUDGE.Fight .' healt1 \'began' almost'' from the time: "claim they,do not know even the hour' .
.of Iowa:, become; arrayed 'against the'jfallroad.lntereau' ; lanta'with their presence, Harvle,,Jordan ,- the, entered the penitentiary 'In"Jan-' when the:prisoners were;taken. The, y'
Uttle,'Ro 'Dayton. Ohio; Albany of the country. lie, said J seconded th."motion .which was Against' i Railroad CommissIon. nary 1908. She' fretted: Incessantlyover > ''sheriff testified at,.corner's inquest 1
a. V4 esMoln'es'lowa; Omaha. Neb... "The war :wace4'OD"corpoation.'for 'enthusiastically 'carried.' i i' ''MowUnder Advisement >> her* confinement ;.until It ;b came> over ,the ,bodies". that the negroeu'"cap,
IMilwaukee/) .. were, placed' In the last nve months led President EL D. 'Smith'- of South Carolina Insisted The, argument having been completed :almost lmposdblefor her to'sleep; At tors" most have sneaked In while ho ,,
atlorhlor'the neat-meeting. Roosevelt, with, all tie" demagoguga'to that the press should not be for-, la the Central of Georgia Railroad ..times she, was so peevish that the pa-, and:'his assistants were"out and / lat '

: The.rivalry was 'strong. ,'and a num-. i. ( : _'.country at Jbils ,heels ha, diminished gotten'and proposed. a-rote. . of tankh;. application 'for' an-' Injunction against Uenco$,of{the' prison,official*:was sorely -, they'",used,UjOalJ' '",key;,'torh4, ;; ..,fouad
'fiery;;;of! 'ballots.i:were Dece...".... The the value of railroad propertyall which ;was passed.', the Georgia railroad'commission, 'the tried.- Mr's.'Chedwfek''was'a'robu.t' ''' ,, the' cells' locked and apparently undis
;-ala.tastflnslly;.narrowed down-to'Lit-, over' the/country ,on.afth'or Its 'Chairman ,McColl\ was congratulatedo entire matter;: la sow in the' hands of woman" ''when!,*be came [to, then/ penitentiary 'turbed., when the. I regular rounds. were. I
i Me Rock'and Omaha,, and on;the"'lastivte' previous value." '' his Impartial",rulings! Secretary Judge" !Vewmspyot" ; tits UnitedStates' ;.V"t finally wasted away,' and mad later, 't, '

OmahY"-won{'' oat', by a good"mar-; . The administration Georgia U>.o Woodbury :and Assistant 'Secretary dlstriottcoartrttAUanta' before. whom ,bact lost fully thirty' ''pounds it, the It 'was v the mob's,:Intention,,baag 3
".- > severe 'ap.IDat..rallroad.. ., be 1ILId.;that I Bryan weer. 'also' thanked 'for their the" attorneys'',appeared".' '"time-'ot, herdeath., Her- last,'lllne-s all, three negroes, but after ;'Jackson "
11essel.cttoa-o!{ Omaha'ended th.eJeC even 'Governor Upke\>> Smith;' who was aervtcei.r'Tbs ,It required.the entire week, ,Joe the' dated,back-; ahont''three -weekswhen; 'and,, Shont had' been hanged 'Robin f
arwt. >:th&' adjourn: strongest-' in hU antagonism-;:does;not delegates left OB a'apeclal train legal 'repre.t tat!ves.'of: the road, and ah..1iddeDtJ'collapsed.. ;She.w..' con* son broke; out ofl'a barn" where 'ho . md@tMln theN, braska'metrop-'' spprore, of ,the ,length toWhtcb'the' at midnight. for rmlDeb&I: '&IId;.New Qf.the"coinmlaslon to'makes full. 'j jentaUonof pre. ; ,fined,to'the' hospital from that time ''was<'"being' held' 'and was'shot as ,ai. J

et61s. next 7'eaV. "was'takea.. railroad eommlsslonwants1- :.;_ ? .tflTgoi* ,Orleans; : thecase. ,:_. t. until Jber .iath.-- Lady 1 . .' '
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hiaiBlsunj.ef'; Gtery.a J ,He,..: ,Will Bring) Peace.' O'ft iebrakerjL'covrler -* '*'*.' "' .Expectation of Better Luck/+ ;a. Mlllloru-- R".' '
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Is It ftetiiMty.
Q. w! a
' I ., .A .
: .t'T .. ...1' .lj,
ial JTwhaetoar \
Are botb'symptom' el deraag ; ,
V C J.r; C' 6 fa't
i i. '
,. i.w, .... .....,..1/fY'a' freestsnie. : .LRA I .HENOFAffoOS ; Mr. .JeUstoa'-Tol'ble:cklltirM. .ssent, sad _t1an'1 warning to .
', : =refsr to . .... "'t'O'i ; sk'd' baser see:'detay' , J iwoana of a trouble wbloh .will. saee ;
.' a* *
lsrsaa l : ; mab tatkahliwar. ar or later declare ....if.
: en: c) l= : b euppobted .. ;
; ;d1'' ealmtIYlea..,; .' r. '1 How. often do we hear -woman aay>
. ........................... .... >...... w ,ter ,l8able t I.;M: '. .. lOtatments' 'or 'Catarrh '.'It seasns u though,any: baek wool _ s,
.h J& t .n.1WlM.! .'" i i That C taIa.Mercury, '......" **t u., eoa a.* to drag
:\, 'lrtthrel tootnltkIMi.. ; '" .. .y3rooklye'N4Yj-ell'nWij{ .t the'Itrtng Square Preibyteelaa Oharobab .S .|.iiniiji surely destroy the. awes of alosur and aaCar.with aches fa ta., 7
:' hamburg avenueand' WeirHeld street on,the above thorn, the pasta, sell eesaatetely\ derange the whole ays' -Uott.b8IbMlI:, pain low down la
...Oar3spy.tU&.hnM fa both a. .,:at..lJ' tm when entering it tkroufartbe naeoaaauriaassw
rr.,.: : U.a4.r.oD.took. u' hlttett. Matt:, 1811L1tU.lchll.-. ass sU. dnunttafeensatloaa, nrv, s
; Bach artodae saouM be site
I serer .
+.s. + t.oD.It. and a oatarrb nnedy.Indeed, u.n. H. said: ', '." ..frm rcpittabi pfay*, ,___.. _b1UoG. g'
'tbetw ClaD be no effeotaal'catarrh rom. ' ne Bible Is a' book'for'the child ;'1 had almost said it." Is altu thl1dren,; ....... aa Ac damage they wiU do ia tmloMto 'r 1'ba,40 not realis tbatUe baek"Is ; ed h

. ''edy that is not nine A\ODlG. "-: 'book.'_ written in Ue.languag of the child for.I\b..IDOIIt..part lad Its 'the geed j.*.es a possibly d.nve bna ; the mairt.p {ag oh'___'.___., '
1 la I themes -are so almost entirely' .be latpUsAbl to youths Itsprecepts them. MU''e Catarrh. ; Uu*. siasmfacHiredby lam and eioiok 1.r'lndieatos by aoClog .MISS' < tHAN: EL' ',
t. order to thoroughly relievo any are for'them. Its admonttlpns to" adults are Importantly In.; the 1'. J.Cnmty. aTCwl Xolado O. eoatan a:diseased ems dlUoa ottbaressUOa* orgies or kMsMja, asd. that 17
.claw, of catarrh;. remedy mut.aotMn .<.jaternt..oC W'dhood. ,lie,counsels are largely to the young; Its Mrtory DO snarcsxy: and ia'Mfcan eat t.aAy.eung and paaa.wU1bao itnett the *au** Is remQTsLydia \. ;dI
.'. ly have (t gpeeifio'aetlen of the nxu-' : is rascinatlnc.when properly ) to the stories ,ertlle'I ireeUy,.npva'tbe blood aad, i. anrfaoas '
; ,, delivered young. Uu are theiystaaa.. Ja bujriag HaU'a c.&anlaue: :
t 'cons, membraqce affected by,'the.ca_ for'th.'haln4 and soul oft;{ho child. Italu.ltaUon.0. the. tie aura yon get ta .....11I., ... It M takea *aterBally > l : .E Pinkham's. Vegetable Compoand
child In years *ael,to the childlike in heart'aUk..,, : r afed.nade. in 'oledol Ohio by *\. .
iI 'IIiua\ .
tank but it have aeraltonieaotlon herb '
a g The greatest single cbaracter with whom tbo.Blblehen to deal.was J.. Cbraey 4 !imoniala' frae! 1 "Wad from native roots' and *ha been for man; years tIae nest

on the nervous system.. and Is superlatively Interested In the child., For 'whatever else Jesus was. Bold by x.i.tT.e price, 7Ae. par bottle. ,'.siccsf remedy in each carM., Ho other medtetne. taU .ash. a. r'seoed ;
Catarrh even in'.persons''.who ar ". was supremely keen in His' appreciation of'children.consummately. ,Take flail'family I'iUa far ooasppaUoa. of cure of famlnln Ills. .

,otherwise) strong; It a weakened condition philosophical In His'attitude' toward them;'pre-eminently conscious of their'' GKB1 '' ,),*Ias I>aaNarI, of 117 Morgan .".Baftai. N.-.T., wrlte.t-& .?
ultimate value. II*loved them' bettor than their- parents did He'loves I completely worn out and oa the verge of nervous prostratioa.. My beak
; of ,,aomo mnoons membrane. our children more than we can'ever love theme For-He, I&w"n'tbe" child 1 told her that.In her,presense my ached all the time.' 1 beddradfaIiMriodof paia. to .t.

strength whom lie took In His arms more, than ftf mother- had'.capacity-, : discern. soul soared to. empyrean. heights of In.: .'ofOl'Jl.I"4..t.rem. alll'Yonn.4 was'always weak: and tired
,U. .ee* In our aUdrn more than we!, scientific students after a fashion of Ifable bll...- dls.E. Pinkba.m's. Ve tabl. Compound completely urd m*."

a Jterlea, and to raise the vital forces. children .as we are, dream. Jesus'' saw the soul, value of the child;, the "And what. did she say to thatr"She'said'OeelLoulsvilli '>Liydla X. Pinkham',Vgtabl Compound ear*. Female Ooapliato.,
eternal relationship of the being:, of the child to tbe eternal kingdom of Cour. such.* BaveVaob Falling and--Displaoemcnt, and all Oryanlo. PlesaDlaaolTes .
i remedy the .
Perhaps Tejretatlo
I and Tumors at an early .tags.1t) ...adtones
Almighty God Jar more clearly than any man before Ills time and far more S ournW', > wlrorats.
world hat-attracted so much attention plainly than we have, with aU'ur wisdom. and attainments In an age of the Stomaoh. Cure Headach. said Indigestion), ?
from medical writers as HTDEASTI3CAUABIHSIS. : surpassing scholarship and investigetlon."taken the trouble to eee' And. It ......Wlnalow-aSooUiUn Syrnpfor ChOdresteethlng.aofteos \.he whole feminist system \ ,

'The'wonSerfal'effi' Is not titraage that Jew. '.boald have placed a .high estimate upon the tbelamanduoaclnllamma. Mrs Plnkham's Standing Invitation to.Women

', of this herb has been child. It Is not at all wonderful.that ehould,fcava given special att8D"' Sloe.aUayepalacur.e wind oolic a&oabotUe form baYited
cacy recognIZed'JIW11 Lion to children. ',. -- Women unTering from anj of,female weslcas are, 0U>
l years ant ia growing in its hold For the child la the'.most,, Important and most promising .1' th. most occaaIonal'1&uab The maaSrho has -no time for an 'writ! Mrs. .."hau. Lynn,hies. Her advice Is free. '*-,

upon' the medical. profession.. When numerous elementJh the human race. He Is Inescapable He Is the hope' needs a Vacation.,

i. Joined with"CUBEBS and COPAIBA) of the race. He Is the Held of our trgestetpectatlons.. He 1* the largest "

dl trio of medical q-entl1l formed in Fe reason for the. endeavor and activity of the .world. No man can overestimate TELEGRAPHY BOOKKEEPING S: ; RTHAHJ'Writ

tuna which constitutes a ec1bo no man should underestimate, the r child, us a factor In human history I n . ... :.._'_ C '. --.. .. atuee .."' .....__ 11
remedy s.
sip I and in the future of humanity! He Is worth all our care, worthy of all ......i..1.a.e ..d area.._,..+ err p.40. ,S an s ru. ...u,"awe ter_.__.... f_u... Tr___.._, .............. w
for catarrh that id &he present of our expenditure of effort, time 'and money, worthy .of a .far more discriminates wODTJIEIUC BUanrKas COLLEGE AND' XBIABaRAFB wCUOOU KKWWAX'a: *. .
stat of medioal progreai.cannot be and assiduous scientific study than' he has ever been given.

improved :upon. \ This action:,'reinforced As'the result of the ages and the progenitor of th.future of humanity '

by such renowned tonica MCOLLDTBOinA the'ebild of today la entitled to the beat breeding that possibly be.can receive. ,W. L.. DOUGLAS 4
c His parentage'should be far more the concern of society thin It Is. '

POUMOSA and, CEDSOSSBED has a claim upon,htm.which no family Ue;;no> matter how sacred and beautiful --=-.HOI. torn .VIII" ........" o,. J!:' ,

.. ought to make this compound that tie may be or Just can nullify or deny .80.long children con-' -. T Ali ."IO.S. -.i.. d',
ideal Btltirt an Integral and Important part of the social system so long: society $2. O'Y:::"_....._ ;
an remedy for catarrh in all Itt .... ........ 0. f'
dp and will b.- under compulsion, to'them as a matter of obligation and to Itselfas C.................M. Reward { 1d."A..1 1
etagea locations In tho : la"'a. .
asp I body. a matter, of wlt eoneerno, procure ''for'' ...1'1';'Cblldth.t..JI' born Into ,.... ell ....... .... .. I .'. .,.1
From theoretical standpoint,them 'the world the beat birth that ran be obtained. That Is to say that It ought ; TITSn6Al1ONW.IDouche: ... are won by nwie PMptola ,
% to be impossible man to be to drank J > all waJkaoflitatliMiany otbar _....l. beauM of &b olr' j.
16TOPerunaisbeyoiidcrlticitm. The) a permitted get >y the consent of .x.sUnt. .tyl..r'. &,h. .4 superior werlee. .
net of Ferona, conflrmi> this opinion. the State so that In a state of maudlin' Intoxication.he may be able to seed ? clime.&left... '0. each psz \ e
''a soul Into the world. That Is to say. that It ought to be beyond the pale of '(!) ;:: : )
]Jfumber.. tb.nwa/.epW.o.i.sirud.unt.ndMUIsssq..aud ,
teetlmonlalj from ovary possibility for any person who Is mentallY. morally or physically aDftUe4"for.tbe s'
., .. Q1pe01a' ., wboM. ..ltrathaliicba' .C WMM paid t n the, !
qnarter.of the earth famish amplesrridaBoa duties of parentage 'to enter Into the contractual relations et wed ...'11(" 1M..... VI' raw' ''I.."f .......nduMrr ad.....wwiiauaahlp' aaanot be.alled. d "
that this judgment. ia not lock.. Tbe State ought, and In under obligation.. :to provide for the "or __.... .. s.b..ulJ'w.L ., ,.
The.field-of I. 8'- . . ;
prenatal Influence 'one -which la too Jargelyneglected.
When .. .. hol7tb. ,,. ()
practical .ua ..n. _d.. vMtnt. why tear ir bap aibattar.- ,
And yet.under the guidance of the.wisdom of God and In fidelity . .,.
oonfirms to the ..rl On ra.d... f ?r.?.lest. l fL.a"yotb ra ako. t.1t. :
perlenoe a well-rounded themj -. Gospel of'Jeaus Christ there"is uo more wonderful as there 1s no more f
: the result ia a troth that cannot be. Sagacity of an Arizona Dog.A !"dtfJTto-: .. i= ?
fruitful ersacred field for study and research than the life of hntaa<y In =
...__..... A.kyond.aMrlesdb.aorstory.tiho..u.ot..rywb.Abymaifa : 1OMcI
.,.. "", the fashioning.' Why should we bf so, tte.allJ""m."k'JlhT"" Cod ene-a ?.! :! correspondent seeds the 'follow. A '- W.t.;. ....
And shall be'' ashamed of the the
'we. wonderworking of handtrRt| ifdeltyT
A brave man starts a new battle Instead -; .' .A':woman should be,'aehafoed not to know. tether,should ,fie Ing Interesting bit>. .t testimony to 'MALSBY .CO/nPANV/ ,

'of' bowling about. '.the.. wound*, ashamed to neglect...the everlasting truth of Cod that the.prenatal life of ..JIarper"IWoekJJ'.1a., ..ecUoa, with DOJDIJKNOf ,.a..TOMm avjft .IATLIUA.0A..
'child ha Influence the Animal Controversy being ,discussed
Its ,
.f throne he ..lost.TK1 a more upon chsracter'and condition. Its physical ? .
mental moral'and spiritual capacities than.all-the Influences of'after life by the prominentnaturalists; '"'IB lVETWMTIIII "
have. Knowlnevlhle.w'e' and nature-writers of the. country ;I
combined can ever careful/not '
'curse our children before'we send them Into the face of the hardships andtr1.lsot would like to cite 'till following ease; "

--- this earthly pilgrimage trusting to the Influence of,the after life in support of. Pr. 'Hornaday's 'beliefIn ,

t..Do' Eves Bo.rk.B.. 'to overbalance and to eradicate those qualities that are, by our own un the reasoning"powers ,of .aa1..... afforded fcy 'i 1s
era.. of Kldnry Troables.Itrsv. :wisdom quite Ineradicable. '1 / lderrap
Children deserve study and\ they amply "repay. It. Tbe"Government! that, reason from cause to \ \ I lArr I '

....... .Uarlaret.ElDm.ricJa. .of Ola-. spends ,money-asd much-of It to study crop and cows and sewer and: ffect"Mr. ( r '0 .*..*
ton SL. Napoleon. 0:, says: ''Tor'ft.ea trolleys and posts and ships. It spends generous appropriations to make ." William Itoberts. who drives a

,' years ,I 'was a great sufferer two ears of.corn grow where one grew before, to eradicate lice on plants the'atac4t from her Jto Quartzite hasa I \ 5LICKERI'

from kidney trou. "to destroy, the pests that destroy* products that'are-valuable commercially.- dog who i accompanies him 'on his .er, + Qkt r

blet. Ur back pained It teaches the horse breeder bow to develop the horse and the farmer bowscientifically trips. Whom the'dog gets tired of Wen ra , .
of to fertilise ,and plant.and till and harvest and Multitudes ,I
,me. terribly.. Bvery' reap. :running, along .beside the stage be .
. of i.rrknow'mtu'o about the fine points of m dog than they do about \ l
turn or move I "Jumps'' Into the stage between the
causedfehar9 V
:the polntsot a child anl bOw to develop them. Bnt with a deuI1Uallaek sutsasfiiet the eessti
When the stageIs moving
t' ) shooting ..tithe sense proportion and *f the propriety of things we give spasmodic -seats. . 99 '
I pains. My eyesight poorly supported scientific examinations Into<< the nature of the slowly; be .jumps Into th. .taC. from . . EvwrywKacwrHERS 'MAiGftlNERy' !

,was poor, dark spots child; the best way to breed him the best way to develop him. the best i .the aide. Just clearing the rear wheel, "tt=-._ '
I appeared before me.. way to Improve him. And so we' pack them off to the mine or we pack but.when the stage Is moving .swiftly ANDUPPLIES.

.and .1 ....41..411&17., .them with th.- same mental filling In the schools .W* are too' busy or ,he r jumps from ,a; position mi little r.i..M& a-r end,.Te.aes..a..Aabelala. %
wad .
Saw MUM aaaeMM mu ralaI s
;..pellsa.For i. ten years! too lazy to understand them. 'The veterinarian.for .tbe'dog'.that growls; I' v to the rear of ,the,...b...., alights onthe Mm O..WM Ibw M nil 11 eeltk w
I could not do housework' and fort t for the child the lash.. And simply because. we do not understand or take: <'rear ,/wheeland. 'the! momentumthrows I l'a wilts er a'-f..RM-a le. r Nl..reah.,',
the trouble to. It Is notbadness In us somuch as confession ottotal Incapacity M Mats. Mw. is., r
; two yon did1 Dot get' oat, of the him Into the.stage.- It;; suro.Iy ?
.urr..n.. err
1 J. _
to know just what else-to do. No two children are alike. No two M gam
bouse; "The kidney secretions were .was not Instinct-or a natural Impulse 27' S
of the same, parentage arallkrWhy, therefore; should ''we deal with ,
irregular, and doctors were not help them alike No man would catalog a dachshund In tile same class with. I that led the toe to Jump:on to ..eUM0ERUIIrEVERBEAi.ilMW

t leg me. Doan'a Kidney rills )brought'" :spaniel.- Why, then,' shell we class our children with nothing save ages to',, :'the.'iwlftiy 'moving'wfc**!."'But when salsstfTttttl

me quick relief, and Anally.cured me. 'differentiate' their scholastic abllltyT Why group doll boys and bright toEeher -- "we we knew of the APMIL ao TO JULY TM. H

r They saved my life." simply because they happen to be of an age? Why group boys workings ef the human brain, is It ?

Sold '7.U dealers. CO.cents a boZo and girls of diverse tastes In the same category T Why' ,Because- we- are not too much 'to presume to analyse. II

roeter-Ullbttrn,Co.. Buffalo, N. T, either too Impotent or-lasy to devise bettor war. that Gr an animal T" 0 7 4ctlaa.
Children should not only be studied, but they should have their rights
I maintained..; ;Their Interests should ,be 'guarded. Their prerogatives : rr. :5IITABU t eY, breYM WM
During W0 is Immigrants to the cumber .- should be conserved No mall should be permitted tIt-steal youth, no FORCE'OF HABIT, -- 'P "ie .

of IJ21 arrived-- la Chile against profitable It, may Immediately be. It Is a*bad bargain'In the Benhaaa-Tour hat. .la on the'floor. .... ....; .r.o'ti' ........

2U torIi05 and .4,00q for the .first long run to allow it. No man should be permitted to.give them the taste my dear.. "> .. .lP..r. .. ....

four months "of 1907.,' for drink:'tor to gratify It. It'Is demoralising.. No man should. be permitted )I.... Benham It; on straight..T.
to ply a business which will ruin their bodies and destroy their souls. No'' : .. ,
'expediency and Boprvtte| or political'consideration whatsoever should! be < Judge. POHATABLC AND STATIONARY! '

.''BABY WASTED,TO SKELETON. permitted to Intrude itself between them and tb/faV.!=stpossible development -', '
.of their faculties; If.we cannot .have.coal'without'children' being EASr.FO i ., ,
la Torments With 2'entW..8orH" oa damned: then let us co 'without' it. It we .eanllo{*haeewladowswithoctchildren ; E. y'
being damne4..tben lotus go without them. If.we cannot have Ready,For. Instant tr.. Without Co t.. I i
Face aBodyrl'oro.tflcall'My clothes except .t.the expense -of the soul careers cf the youth of America ... ,
; ;, ,. .r I ; then let u.. go naked.' It were far better that a mill stone should be bung "Ql' .
IitUe-ion,WDJ about a.4 about cur necks and that we should be drOWDed ,In the depth. .of the sea I '
'. half old, besren to hairy sores eoroe.out than that, bJ' !any fault or consent of 0'''. Coda little ones should? be. deprived ' Almost everyone,likes a coral food BOILERS ;
.: on bin fsce. Tb.y b g.n to come 'on his of the,fnlness of life and of life eternal.. of some kind at breakfast and supper, aid .
s ,sms then oa other! puts of his body end, .. There Is* nothing more criminal than the' $Lnorance'et their physical', but the ordinary way of cooking Saw r..,P Loth.and rutlnr.TWoodSawo Salute. ,SnUttan.,,

, then dn.'taee on h II,c:11..t: worse- then' beings that so many children have. Many' a boy would be kept' from the cereals results In a pasty mass that la ,Shatft, rau.,..>telMagwttoeXag/.r, .

"?' the others. Still he grip _MM. At the Oath that tends toward vice, many a girl' whose. life It wrecked or Js being bard to digest, 'and if not properly
-.d el sboas y wr and a half of sufferinglie cast upon the rocks of.wlckednets'wouid be kept from the way that leadeth. digested the, raw mass goes down LLaa pocx LOMBARD
1 bad X bad U tie his hands in ;
grew so to perdition. If.a little careful wholesome: parental advice had been given Into.the intestinal tract where gas.1'1

,, rlotbs Tag the St SOTM night end to tearing kp him the Irons f esho!-.mtch H. got,' upon the sacred operations of our physical: ,.fcelnga. It Is no wonder that so generated and trouble; follows..; isudli' IbcUsi tU her Nub fart Stss$, tt t,: .'" ... 1' .". f . ..'

to be skeleton and war herdly able "many-boya'falllnto evil ways and i that so many girls are doomed to the Everyone knows that -good food 'AuaU.TA.'a*. eI ..........
e mere
r and mothers'so.manyChristian __,
Ilte that Is than death when .omanJ"father. .W<<
worse e
.to"w.Jk. 'J erat to the Ang store aDd got: properly digested keeps the body
1. so.unnecessarily and so mistakenly, I IOiwbrtbyeya< T1se ...... .
fathers and
mothers.-are. rl.q
,a tak. of Outiourm Po p and a box: of Cat>. whenI well, while poor food or even food of' THEHlLLTHAT 1.-..........tot..noIe.'..
had altnost said criminally, modest For I know-whereof I speak .
of about'two so : hy.ol e.bJ"N.-4 J,
+t- ours Ointment.and'ss say: that what a boy or girl fails to learn in a decent and godly manner, good quality that It poorly'prepared flllS Tht Bill t '._" flr.. =
months the sores wen all '_ll.< Tie from a father or mother Is gathered 4n a wholly vicious and ungodly'man. '' -, .and toot digested,. Is sure. to, bring, onsom'e .. ..w a,....w.a.r poly. .._M design.
has sorer had any soree of any kind alnce- bard 'ezperl 11ce.', ." '. kind of disease N..w\J\n..a.an4\ peal.
for nor or in the school of.aDneeesurr ry' . .hsK'wlttt
and can1'sincerelr esy.thatonly 1Miol.d
I. Remedies. childwould Children-sbonld Instructed and inspired Intellectually. The child: .The easiest. food to digest In thisline ....

ith* Cntirara died from thoM"'F'pncloU.terrible sores il entitled to the finest results of the Intellectual. advances of the ages., It is Grape-Nuts, made from'wheat = Wb:1.t ,... --.. rra- IC :;....3'TIi..... ' .
have .
IS for us to-start the child'we ,ha.e' left eft-, >:All that precedes Is, and barley; and cooked thoroughly at .' .. .PI een.e..te oniuM 'A- . '1'7
s 'I uead only" J one .< 'boiW Ointments' r Mr*. IdibertBheMonR. simply of historic Interest... ItIs.explanatory. It; ,ls indicative.It exem the factory some 12 to 16 hours being IE. Oft>> ...... __.
r plary., should be only that' The' 'less .the retrogression our children ',"' _' 0141'.1', '
P.D.: Nol, Woodrlllt.. Conn, consumed In tbe different "
; : ; pro-
make as practical laborers for'the: advancement of the -.worI4. the faster BUCK HAWK GRIST MILL .
".. :
' 'April,23, re0e.'c of Almighty eesses .of .preparation. :The food ; :
will\ be the progress of. humanity toward the kingdom' Gods, i F A'Rt'M3S,
'Cut much as our children>ueed to be, Instructed physlcall7',and Intellectually ., therefore, Is. ready, for! Instant "service ' r.- mm.yea ud oerel cova et..JW..2t'rri : ::

Amen" Isn't'necessarily. bald. -becausehe , still more do.they require: uoral'and spiritual guiding,.. For the and.the starch:has been changedto : : : -'.\;& .ladr I nor .1IIO.'I'r'11. p_. | AND'TIMBe
no'tioirCCOOETOTO t order depends clean manhood'and womanhood.' The soul form .Gf Sugar that, It Is ,_
has social upon a ; so. pre v '
# It-m i: urged
_. .- :: .'" .life of"the"world*Is dep.ndht'UPOD' tbe clarity of the spiritual;'.vision: and 'digested and ready,for almost Immediate . ,O.ea.... "be Nee ... ()u.t p"d.,,... dJe. aa.wur6 fa Ia the Hab DnlUd' nhaai SUMa.runty,Can 0,,,."rats.row. R_

Ir"Bt" the spiritual& alertness of every human,1 I soul .. :Nothing' is more(Important, I absorption. .. *. irflh on land, l.iyta. aad...
t BinrpifisaIswbatyo : Inculcate>'lnto ,the..minds and 'souls of youth' a. .
.. ;than .that-'we-should our : 'X Chicago ''young'' lady writes that vu lo Writ*
"'' .;' dolns 'when ...'"' proper conception of the moral and ''spiritual )'e', ltl'" of I"the universe.We "f; J. n; .U..o-............
*r* yon 'she' from' .
.. ufferedfor'yeare: Indlges- .,
:ewttotOaV. watery, bloodshot sore ,leyea.' shall;be"- "'ehlldjsli It w..,thtaktbeyptarmatura.propelyIn.;; these .Tbompso 'SfJeWal - (t4Z07)) ','"" ,"A"

... taonatdl's Ckudaa Bye ixxloa .... oaartj;., a.ld'."lthou' experienced. and'expert guidance. ;.The.-moral training of the, i"Uoa'and/dyspepsia1 from' the 'use of, . ., .. L 'OJ.' r" '" :. ," .
disease. Cools laeala sad.tnngtb'd: formative years of a.cbll4'.. developmenCwll'perplst", ; 'th,'spiritual'! training j 'foo<| that'. was DO&.l1lta"I.'to" .her' --- 1I

,..r.L.oaardl's.1 It makes. strong that we afford our.children'in.their..callowest.youth'Is the training that. ',powers.of,, dlxeatiou.: .. 'She- says:-. '
t#5 .r..;. O.ara.teed or .'''moaay forw&'. will endure. ', Nothing\ cad], eradicate.UN. aD4J::.Uk, proper safeguarding'and "I.begs.n r using<, Orape- ute..and I it' :

;. .paleS Dryittat..U o. ......1", pages U or.., Drs I.caa1). tfuldaneevnothing; < in later .llfdwlil:; be able' to 'overthrow'lt.iTThe', 'moral' ,coafea to having had a prejudice at ., WLtt1S

...:' AI u... S...... ':Ia., ,and spiritual development and;culturing 'of the"chlld'payc'lpternat; dlyIdends. -, .ant, and wa, repeatedly urged beforeI trlaa a K .. 1 .
.. to.' . finally decided to ttJ'tli. food but I.My. ..: . : _
sufficient : eh.IFlllltract' ,children. is'needful I
Is not that we our K Q
JJven the fltfktofnlnded compositor hat It ..Dot known'what* Indigestion Is .' """ "" '"K ...
bo.noCmaedorn) Is
that we shall take ;: ; de.t<> stqmble, It '' T 11 >
t iset .warySa '. idle to Instruct, the while we'"propagate and foster and palliate,temptations sla'ol.using: It. .114 >have never been ; -: : :' ftAd....;.. tY.6r1 fw ..;""i"';' ee lad ......
: Cp fns ...... ...... .. ....
I that attack the very qualities .., hue been ,.cuttnrfng.i. the U"li poor cotton stronger or la better b alth. I have, ,' "I.,-.' ' ww........ rki'r ....
.;. :*--' raiser who tests 'tbe-quality ot.his cotton.and.therreltaaoo of;tb. plant i.Increased la 'weight. from lOt to 14poands. "' ." a ; : :: : r- ':::::'=J-t.: -

!* 8 WIg NOT? with the boll-worm. Not otherwise Is he- a silly.preceptor.of .the child who ."/ -." ee1.L:. ; 'iM.alarlaJ. Feirtjna0.:... a ear,aengghfai w = r

rCome." 'cried t tta mother of. the tests the'.moral! and spiritual yfcor'of' tho child with" .,the. factory,,.tbe.dram-' : People' can be>> 'well. practically ..'.. .,..,SOo... ......jt ..MJMUtr'IiI"'i' o.'...... M f Lee<,<. ,

', *.peevish little \ ball-pup, "J'OU.caJI.t. ,ahoD l, nd the woman of the unclean life. ",; ,*, wttbont Boat;-If they will adopt seleavtjfla '
j tovAlmLdity.'tiod. Ther .
whining, can your' Children are naturally grateful ,niaikeei.lesVgated ; food and le., << dlgesUl.lort.4"Then' ;J '
br }
trend matters :
': : *' to Ills -kingdom.,.'Thsy'areepenminded.t: .Tbe7areexpectant.Their : Riuon;: ;CRESCENTANTIEPTI: '
,t< "'m afraid Dot. ,miffed tie pup.1' tender. Their souls are responsive,to levitation aDd a: ; ,
hearts are
1. ,fj f :?"TbeD"t'. said the, mothM'tSf: not' mialstratlons, ofjthe .Spirit.; /.Tb/ey\'weleome. knowledge<< ;fr. .- "'l-;!:ilnesnot: ."-Answers.;' ; 'l ; i.: .$.n' *,!! lIcIOustOtb.taatL; :: ;Jtv.h01l14, be Non l "mei.a, Nw Jrri\atiB t.. 111q.'Iad.mwtla..d g11g ..
conceit iaa
.,I ,, ; / i .,. :!' .., .ThV i rVwirftliyW Imitation:" 'Their.readiness' tV'bVjafWsas.,''theirsnseekttbilltyto tservdiactly: :as Jt.4 .*',from .thewpseksiellwltbeutoookieg : .. . "'pair Ire. soy es.w.7 ...... a.bsrbofie sad ..... lit hei w lqi.a .
.. b.res
t,, ,q" ;I' }, ; f:;,. : Irlns.impul Jsa ss*assslsssHQw >*A ; ,: except In- \ .. Aut411tf7J CUSS"old".nd.abroai.same. .
e r i.tbeingtmpliatty4bek seq matron has esaw 011 esa .r b... .
w"onQ / aa7
,- '0'tJte ; a . : .. ... bpageq, .....'wb." It is mad up,Into pud"ikagsInd <'. .. .
.. ' . . 1 .. "11' core ..... sad...... S.i6.tis.
J . .. ..:.... hem" Jr..W., >. ..' ... IR. .,.kaim ,+ ..otb..iclerla.-Book >of'rest _.. 7 y' Hu,

", . .fWlaocolnpaolod; . wq.must.bagasse as a, tt et cbS4w". ', I)". : :.;r. ", ..' ... :;........ ***,; sad'"T'he' Road tort , l'FSM." 'J.bpNITYJ.iOIa......". _. 9SIW. ltZfllc.&g" ,-US, ..-. .. ......
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,. ITII"It , TwsstTtiteMt. ..t 'seM. sad, -A.. .dabe.eI et eV ass, sr:;;...aa.t.... C.A. Care o: ,' ...

r .II .wee .. trS !... IIae of said a.s-W-e. to........'......'L.mbrwa NUBIAN TEA NOW IS' THE TIME k

.,.t.IIIPCt.. ,........ .. .. ....J Saattoa Oae(1.... ortfc to .' _.s' ribs- ..' .w. ,',: -
lid feet war of ibee Berof tl editor aetksee id ....... at real. .Irl-.r.. TO VISIT. THE
.. ...............-..... '9 jJJtrmb..r..p..r.wLJ ,.t 'UeRUroa4 Tb lean.visur was, sasvtMSed totemmitcoe
MM Oee-
,w. way oak AUaetfc ,:
the aectlo Crise ; C work: at owce oo Loagkmaa. ..' ; !
a........., 1111 CoeivavT 'EXPOSIT1ONV
.tat...711I 'I .: bd.o.tA. Set>tioas'Thrtydve()S) sad .road... to send crew: to 'Wbkttertocoes : .

I ,. Tblrtr-.t*: (.)I) fa TosahipTwaely:\ road at that point... ., .. -
*.. ..... ....____ 2111. 'n-n' T eOL7.i"" Mr. M. E: Gordoo, of Orlando, *p* -
IHridM.t.....ens Rtlrw.Jess as., flre(ZS)south of rpe'sred IT IS COMPtETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
kbsrr.r....kq ....... 1 .., ()8)beoce raaaiar westerly before the board deeirlng to Y I..... .,
. M" of 115 tied .oak aril KMae oaari. TIM board advUedhhn '
K V _N t dNb.a..r e.-w. : shod eakl rfa'M way i
....... .W t Dr.-c.; e..ud" . ... of theover of samethftMgbThirtyare when Ia die market they would WAIl PALM'! NAVAL DISPLAY AH; .;::1 ;
,.................-...... .. .., Sed'-j correspond with hlsal ,
... .. (;IS).
.bseMtl.t pr............ ..............Y Thirty-tare (3 ).Thirty-two (:XSaodThirtyone : Cape Clay Jobanoa appeared before ".11..

___....._____ ., .... t'__ (XI>)> in said To-f $Mp the board La regard to bill for Will interest and Instruct you. Do not fail to go at once.

y.ltwrhp: ............- a!a/ T.-eetS-41" (ZS) toUd 01 JtageTweot ,sae doe him for driving piling at thepoor III II1IIMy'1Ir For illustrated Folder containing Maps. Descriptive :
"- ......c'I........ ___ . .a. to tb* Folk CoestyU.e. farm-McCool ......,. Itaa ,'beautifully
.wfr.M )-eLgbt..t List of Hotels too., wnte a
l..rb 11v1t.. .idre..d o..b
i the opinion of the board that .thla
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, !iI ........,,';-, ........e".'.'* .....'.*. v*. VTiteesa my haM a* i.-otIIcl.clerk I i. work should have been ,paW for bycoolractor. N ATLANTIC COAST LINE,

'Tra..ttl.webf..f.wdart of said board sad jibe official **al of:, This matiec wae laid over CIlIa,..

par letlr..k desire rr.r en.s .M said board, at Kissimmee Yk.rida.1&hit [to next meeting for f..u--'action.CLsirmsa THE SHORT THROUGH CAR LINE. ;
w w.Ir..e
G.....11.Y...... ..W.............-'" s* sod day of Seccember. A. D. 1M7Z. !I Base made verbal reporton ...s. till, .

...:........_ 10 Eo I. LE5LET. coodltiona: at poor farm and 'as to RATES FROM KISSIMMEE,: V 'V
J w tbwrr.r J _-- ad .*. Clerk Circuit Court. o*ceo .. Co. Fla.B7Aerur2 .j condition.of fruit. Upon motion duly w
Jw1.-=.--.... ........ ate OOXBCSAK, seconded be was instructed: to'' dispose at.e.oplaa Mgnllm Season Ticket.. . ,... ... >- .**.J O .t

G.O.A..._.......... ... ... SMS* E, Se-ah of fro ft at such lime and such Sixty Day Ticket' . .. ., ., .. .. . -.3J
"L-. ... ,. ... .**. Dep.trClerk.V: 1 at rice BllloosDyspepsia.- Fifteen Day Titke .. ...t.. :. ft 33''
JM1r.AwbrY.awwsaw: The fotlowiog eoduDunlcattons were a* ia judgment to best interest of Sea Day Coach Excursion(Sold Tuesday and Friday). K OO

'J M wps.4-ep ..... ........ a Sfj j the count.,. '

...........,....... _. ... .. '" C j.,read La reply I>aota to,said Fla,notice. Sept.: :11, "Q':. The cr.eTku, Instructed: to ascertain = IISS ail For fafonnatloQ or. Rates all' on Atlantic Coast LJne ar ...OI"k r

Tbe board took. reo until! 2 p.j I Mr. E. L. Leak Cleric Clrcutt: Courts cost of clay used' by city.and. render J. W. AHR.. T. P. A. TAMPA FLA. J. ,O. 'KIIUCI.AND, D. P. A. '
T. C. X. C. W. J. CRAIG P.-T. M.
M. them bill for ssme. WHITE. G. P. A. WiLMINGTOX. ,
Dear Sir.Your 1 j ... .
The board :.. r."ta.It . ._ _. .
.tl\\ Reconvened: at 2 p. m, those .- I notice received, I do r.oI.ub- ,recommended Cha,* o ------- --- - ---- -

sot aa at aaomiar aession(<< and J, 8. Jed n public road from Beardea's Sa... Eltber.BaM Julian Mon.d'ocssod

Strattoa. J. .L...-,Overstreet.. tax ..- I the '.ectiolice. James Dnrraoce as cattle inspector *
If It
I comer goes on B.Stets'on
U for John
rood UM Liver Stem
his tax books for in the'various capacities of inspector KidacT-, UniversityI'UUIt
II would object to have my fort In,* acb.Bowels sod Blood.
year 1901 sad tbe'(:ClDdlwklDen oar : jared by cutting U up. Lee me know of their present district,. to It take UM plass.1 calomel sad .....
live the roveroor for appointment.There Do bed after effect.
fair examiaed' and compared copies here or bow U would"affect the land -
)with the original!, open motion Youn'truly. being noV farther It U needed la tb. Hprinc -.- COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.

dsly seconded the same 'were dolt acoeoted .. J.,M. BfnAXl: I board adjourned to meet again In resrcfsr iiMrao.Fall aed Wiater. fcy If./Women. ;;r DcLAND. FLORIDA."' r

G sod lie' following warraat bet session Monday, November 3, It is
Tbe clerk advised the board that I eztremclvwlsUble-even chlldrra. i Affiliated'
ride oat to tbe collector; town: bad .writtea, Mr Bryan, stating bowl 190 t:. L. Lestrr,.Clerk.Bv : lib its Buy a bottle f run i With University of Chicago

State cf.Florida. all I.Ado.ld be affected bv the road I AKTMfB J:. DOXfBAK. D..C. c*..... ct'Uk.rvl art ..-Tb*MurUnU ere IboM of ,"**tlavepity of Ole..... BMgndamum *- ,
it Robersofl's'' -'. raortr tastr 4c T*a Itvm Gala. *****>* sod Gbtrap.; ......... Cllir.r <..sat '
To C L Baed,. Tax Collector of tbejtff and not beariof further precnnved Pharmacy -ii
Count of Osoeola. mart be satisfactory to him: C..I.e.N.. La..- r.iiul*.of tbto Coltaf are a...luH..o ptsPtloa Uw la rtorMa wtta*

The followtusr protect wa* filed: USSIMJHeC. FLA. '_..... ... acb.d .f'M.ebs.k'A'rt.-Nseb.aleaf. CI.s1 1otrta ''
1 You) ...hereby commanded ,to.col- --TIiF.lUssimmee't - ,..- .- ...ctn...... "."_ Truatat& .__ a-I.. a ..._ Plus sewItora b.ndl.t; early
Ice*out of.&.be real estate and peraortal .. KU.lmroI"UV c *. 2, "'Ii. ....._elk&. _ '
of se.Hss.-n.nkloa. la'eJIt .It. br.acba. Booakoptt br'b..t.raga
property aad from aefa of tb person To the UoIDonbleBoard of County Drug Co.. ... a4M,..,...n.eaaa. tarts reeaity.aa4lo .

... corporations 'named iD the ** CoonnUaiooer in and for the Conn'-Gr.dsMs.. : wrpared eater II.,.,......,y.... rrmoe."...C rmoU.IUiMlnrtes 'i
sewed roll, the taxes net.down la each ir of Oaoeola,. Florida. .- ILl' A...... ..._ ..-. '
u vssal .... a. neba.-L la Its ownr ...114..... t .rrdmarr'>.4 '
roll opposite"? each.: name corporation ...Gentle ao: f l.VDBROKERSREAL i ;: GkaeIhet ataa$ a ........... MUdl... Ibeas .roads .peeiaUJ' prpses PobUO. rtl

or parcel land thereto. described. and I bare received ootlce of tbe Intention WHAT WE DO FOR you.'e .cbol.-A_ |. OS"..l|>. a.....'. doees pi em.. eeoerste "- 41Ac. ...... ferslty.l .
ia ease'tb taxes so. Imposed arc not of tbe above earned board to eatabliah > lkor.uaa-...01....,.
Art School-Kow Mudlo eoKly rut*. ....... ....... .
"" paid at tbe time prescribed by lair, n road front Ki a lmmee to -+: ;- "'--.- of 4*frolimmon eo4'--- They a.MJM ( tb..Oslvef-
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collect Loa/rtmanr tbromrb land aa per attached carry the largest and sln of Cble.taaH.m rd. Y.J,. ___"'-. JOtI ate to : the levy / : most varied stock'of( ourlline ESTATEAND dnlrtreiil.. feurknclL. U-J-rur Jllr *.... Dsa.a- other CBl....*(lM.nm .. Tows are '
..a sale of the good and chattels, notice which i la mad. part ol ever$ O.Su 0*la bniullari and ..).>|>...'; ....- 'a..u.Mr.l BJIlloo OolU*endow _1 I
V in town. .. mdowed Ubnur of o-r U.1o0_,....: a bMatftuI chapel wtth rotflr YvraUhlnn. lael.d- _
.J.... and teoemeola ao assessed.. or of.00 this objection INSURANCE i tnt.tal.eJ taw_1.-....7 dl plau.>...a sl.ISMia pip or-m*: a />r..BS... wtth -! Iotorteld. I
'taxed In own ricbt, a. agent for Ray- We but the .......... .11 eaeleaad AthMUe numlnc track. U...l. coaru. lio*.bJi dlAmomd and
+ .. or corporation so ; my carry none
l --* .,>td. .wtmmiBc.alt..rowtac sod mbar epofta&e balld....for_ ass
aaf all MOM collected for the 8UUtaorayou > mood Lanier sad a. natural guardianfor' freshest and purest. of drugs .-. ** tea lam ttboniaric*foe phrailMrf. Pk-iie. fcrt rtolo T. Ml. rolorf U4
.. IJT..uMraio* u>4 ....... .$eteteUt a.aa..JerUte belto, **+_kL *...t tllolea'i. ;
V are to par' to State treat Kirby Laaler, I hereby, ID the. at.all times.. ro*<.. road sresa**..p.a>oii saps..brubb.rl sad tree*: aortal.Itl.ary.pnt.l d sibs
atsachUmaa. may bs 'requiredbylaw eereral capacities aa above, desire to ....a..ea.; mar totamnttmtmtu; chrtaUas sod BO* _arias ....111... Tbe locsUoaja
mar Your prescriptions are filled DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN twautllal sad hoaithAO. sad the. _>.-sre low.
aad attbasam.' time 700 are protest against the making> and etabliabJor -, by Graduate in Pharmacy For caulofi,1"1_.. oldest sad laformMk ..w_ the Plea...... tl}

,tipsy'to the comety tnuuer.all. of the above named road- The I.. besides five ars'actua1 .

.sews collected for county taxes, dU road a.eoctempla, 'will greatly.In-, perience. J' ex. Specialist-Eve. Ear LINCOLN HULLEY PI .'.D.. Lltt D., LL D.

-riet: school .taxes) and all other special June the landa of; the above named I Nose and Throat..... .. DaLAND. FLA.
'. 'tana;and 70* are farther re parties and will Tlrtnally ruin the 1m: Doesn't this mean sorn*

ersirad Ib sake aU collections oo or proTementa on a part of laId land I thing ? I .

before first'Monday la;April; and o. You will take notice that TOU will I We carry sufficient help to "
Private *
HotoitaJ American National
t before first Monday lie Jaly von be held reaponeible for any injury to 1 deliver your packages within BubDED' TREES !

rttl make a fiaal report lo sod ..\ .- aid bode and that aa stated I protest a few moments after the purchaM. Bank Building.. Tampa.

Wrseot wtth' the, .comptroller' aDd statn.t. said road. ( .". This' 'is not idle Florida.:

' 'L.M. I urtrx, 8s... boastin&r. but '.we want your Islesworth Nurseries.

iY ail BATMOWD: tavnEX.Br ,' x. .
*< 'Ohreo radar niy hand sad UU business and we know' we

his swvsoUi. day of October la the year 'I. M.Laoier, Sr. &<
A.'J>:...':.: J. U: OrEM-ncner' KourY LAJrua: .
w. L.
WINK;' ''
We will have ready for U\"l'aU and Winter plantlag generalassortment .
By L. U Lacier 8r., Natural .Geardl.o. - - -- -
Oscaola Couat .
,. (Seal) Assessor ,
-- - -- of Orange and OrapefrulTreee of all leading ..arMU. -
la retard to ,-yeT. road, from rwT.aoc.x Ava880JI'. ... Our trees.... budded on goodbealtby roach L moa aod*

V :Gale*.Well to Pe bomtb' 'countyswrveyorwas After aome, dUcuMion 'among the KIssiffiffltt ,Drug) CO.Klsslmmee .. --,. ..- -'. s........ Soar Orange roots, guaranteed tree from ta.....pest of any klod.-
: tatmoed to .CODUDue iuembet of the board aacI'pardee Intereeted ...r.srepy. Pkw..., All budded from bearing trees In oar grove and therefore ere to
IK.'C1otI4. Sugar Belt present the following public ,.l"Ia" name. Oar facilities for growing DIU'Ml'J'oelc are second! to
U survey ? : none and oar trees are aa floe as mosey and twenty ..r'. experience .
,Railway sod make lit* report. at next be known :la* the Louduo TK.-J. W. SIMPSON. /,,'t't"'''I>* can produce.. We are making a specialty this season of the
rol4..e.&abl..bed...' a resolution . ...L.- famous California Valencia Late which is destined
.TI..... ',' : V; ,'d' to become the
iUowicg. offered by..I., 8., Straiten,.. 'aecondedby.W <*>< < ENTI8T., ''' ii irk; greatest money-maker la Florida.. Our Valencia buds come dU
''JA.Allot taawta* report ,tt,Godwin'and adopted a* follow Bring_us yoUr Job PtintinluAN :. } ,,', Offic Oocaola: f* i ,I\'f; rect from tbe best bearing trees LisabdletrlctnowSamoa.forpropro. *

to.sfca Wart" ..1.yKard'Lo"* Ixwgbmaa' *: over PharnacjrPTelephone ; dncing tbe best Valencia.*.in.
: . f U a.' D. to It m.
r4rjauimms.'Tls.'Tls.\ ..,Sept. 6, ]907. ,It appearing to the board that legal ( ORDINANCE.: O-.CS BotTa-. "1:30: to 5JO m. Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha, Flau., or call and see.our Nurseries

'To Honorable Board of County Com* notice fry publication in the Valley !.No. 76 Jnn //hr.rM at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.,,
.d.r.alie.uTaj ups 0.e6 ....... .
Gaxette baa been duly given of She
Asa .ials.loeerl0.oeola'CoootyP7a. o.w.... Pwble. r..14
: intention of tbe board to eetabliab theFollowing .r P.,e.eb.u.-. .m. / "- -- --- t
4Gesllenes ; **/ V% V% V% V '
R1E >wvwwwv-
deaeribed ae a public It Odd..t tor 1M o..dI the .few. d *
In accordance
i a ,.I best to advise you :e .
road and thai the of tbe landa : "
wl t your iastrucUona I have this day owner .....J. AII'e.bUe d.;ear < l ''c. a.CAK90M, h.......&: 'W.,C. BAN I '
over whjcb said road paaaee, rU: lErneat. I.\
af'' jnaflad aeopv of attached public rosdnotlo w.a.r or .nad t. tar .eanuOom of traa*. Real Estate A eICY : ll
parties Brown. Jonea & Lewl,, E E p.rt/.t M..qs I or froteM witUs the Twa .. .< l n?, :::EI::, EI
to tba following named ,
r Joh'oaon ..... t -. ... .l l ,!
ths.landowner along Brown, It P Paul DaUy B ten bra-ref" drab seas .. ... ro aLl.
'who sari all the
o Letria & Coy J M'Brysn.' Kr1' A E hktobwbdbwdraw.byMwp.dMlb. << ety'pought and sold II '
route of tba'road proposed therein.Heapsctfully -oaf.-y..ladl.w'Y aaaaal savor. .. 1 & Carson
f. tai .dHn. Waters Grocery Co.
Beardeni; N E Brown. :
4 Mr RaJ'1DOolILaaler -0....w___w..... .... 1st oIar( Houses rented. '
E. L. LESUTT, Clerk. I M lAcier Sr, Empire Land oeabwfa ark _.....M r.rtYrl. ___ Taxes paid and'Titles verified , t .
a . K.Donegaa' D. C. Co. TVtteway+ Naval Store Co, E L,D ..... be....... 1 j for non-residents. I -Whelessls'ead. .Sot.ll ha'...(.*"
JJl. ,
; Orer treet, W P Merriam, Wilson ---L' .-r---T'-nrf fiJ.fTnHt..!... '
Fire Life
;::: ,. Ernest Brown. Campbell, Fla' ; Cypress Co Kirby looter,, C Down.log. ............ Iw....e6 Mt OM-O thin trim,.' 'surance., *. and Accident Y. Irtj .1jl' O,Fi O OIT E 'R Io: : : s
aF 'Jones A Lewis, city Ey El.. Brown, by f.M1rrrt for.*4_dIaa.....,.. : .
David It Way, C A.Hurbey, C A '41 'B ,
L P.. Paul Bradeo-. emir Al OnUMUMo .-pub. .. OrdUM Indemnity nd..1. jl I
'f.5 Campbell, Fla. Boone Mrs N J KIrkwood. Mr M E _I.... iMwwkh,h,and the OJIM.... I I.n. ... ... .
town,' .Fla.;; Mr*. Dab Johnson, Gordon Everglade Cypress lumber ................. _-U.- .___. .4

d,i Lougbmaa, Fls.; B, O, Lewis It Co.;. Do, Jim UronaoB a* guardian, end D .......hioso i' ii
r ;, elty: J, M. ryco. Daala.. Fla.j, Mr. been 1t01. W. J.VCAJtS.A A Y
I[ Johnson, have also privately Awst REVIVOWeMIlM I ATES.QUAIN
rr.ld..t d C.rdL: Fertilizers .
A. E. ,(Bearden. eltyj ,,Mr., N. E.Brown I Celebrated .C
notified mail of such Intention and L .
br ::1. GILBEIIT.'CIw4.:: (s..J) IUTHU mwn
,- Campbell Fl*.;,. Ray!mood no written. 'protests bavLoir, been tbla .*ro,oJ thte U"W Oetefcor;X;b.slot i E T, C.- ., '

'. Laoler.cUy; I. M Lacier, Sr..'clty; against 'this establishment.except T.M.iw u ji .. 'Circulate s... B>rieos .
day filed : V*
y Kapire Land Co.. Philadelphia; Pet. .*. l r.. [T-Tr-rn if Ie" .,-..CIt,. .... E I ......... .. ....ut....., ,
from I M. Lanier Br. .
I' : protests -,... -, /IfHID.E\- ,
Naval Co. ..Longbmaa .
taway .
and Raymond Cooler: by I. M. Ia.nler
Us. E. L. ''D.. Overstreet; city W. P. Notice !
; ; of Application to Sell f
Sr. .c.a&.Dd Klrb.LaDIet', TNL tf '
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F': Merriam. Palatka. Fla.; Wilson Cy Sr..,natural guardian.. the Interest of Minors in. f CiIr .... --.i |- S P U :'R'S': WOOL
, .... >rss Co.r Pslatka; Phi. Kirby La ... ,
That in order facilitate o -
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: Real Estate.
h A nler, city; C. Donning. Braa.lckiI and eatabtUbmentof I----ese saw..-.....s2.d.ya. Is aeta iI
pOa.'David! L.. Way., S"'orel:1: a.; the opening aajd Motfcoie a.rahy tier thst thelU.reliwi Uy........,.Ovrsewhea others toU. Oo-u.33.tr3r: : Pro uoe'' a,' 'epeo'1"1-t- r.
, /{ ? road- the board give a good aad snf-. Lede _asa resla. their lee* -.'" 0....... I ? r rt
,_ '"C. >U Bugbey'care Max :Bros.Jack* N.tmtmim e* Coardisa for WffllMi 0.AeJuuo recover their p-nktd vigor ''* da
1'- sonvllle,, Fla. c..A. Boons, Orlaado flcleG'hOod) 'indetanity. to said! pro ,Sarah U. AvA ---. ...... 1 1I B.A.dJ < .- :::: = II gatekly s d gaeuy : ,,'" oast
sera $0M,*:: -, Lap .U.IU' 6mM "'"
teetants: ; I AAMUf-B. Ude Y......--wcads Y .
t I'I.I..N: J. IQrkwood.. OrlaoJo, Resolved, further,..ThaVthe follow &._.A w. "'..laiihowsof. Jeo. t
; ,,Fla.; ...... M, F:. Gordon. Orlaado, established ......d.ard Tm ...ay. the Her A a sireiies sad tedlsraotleei.which stew a.e to* "
'' lowing road be hereby ass t-..e.y.* -'- 'tp...eeJ- I
? .Fla..;Everglade) Cypress Lumber Co., road ifcoi>ii-i. CMirtr I..-. hoard for Oamls bysutrtlB**t'":ooBlef dlime.. tmt|e s vroMaieieo
Fla.J Jim Bronson.. 'as public : Con* .rIeris-.e4 orclcka.Me-t the:tea .ow.le*.el wwnelor, kt.....
i;Y' Ixraghmaa, : Beglnaiog at the southeast. cornerof oye,t1.-boa.A.0. / 7.4Ueeao- Khvtaojee tort tho__si.*.w'$... ehieefcaasdreeeeeter I .
Vuardlsn. city; D, Y. Johnsoo,:Tarn the aro .fTowOuIt wsrdsofleameeklssdleiee *. O'bA.
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t the northeast, quarter of the north fe.1b.Nr te the tuarr.d Iatetoahsvta(SXjmro, I
,; "'" &'....,. It. fa e6....lain ill h so<** the lesde ..--... pad n1e4I. 1fOt.r.IL\N.:" alao east quarter of Section 1 Township air ke the Ceejoty of Oeeeels'.... 'State esTlw.tewttr tiW sJpsak *.or*..loop S*...*>. We I
.:; :\ Greoosld*. la aJa 2ft south of.flange Meast,'aod running S4re froe artoe..XMUM|..all wh wtah It.with M
, Pole sad wdai.rbdrrerdas tai I :
laseOboe... tr.... Address 'CY:
soWer"along the rout of tea prow .
.'{ wi.Ijy. tbsone west to the weft line'of, :..14 r*"'. --d T*.,rrrtit..>.. ftlnisi.m I : I
ysppBroad; but" bl addressa' on* Section 1.there north to a point fib I.tit.T...- In "1i ik T if ltil iis'.>l.lllie -
'f, .,;: *' "*;: '"' feet coutb of the centre the right of ..".".... -- .--TT'-T' For Sale In Kltslmmea, 71*., by'tbe I oil
/ ? .. fj' a.a UXA K..,AKDEJWOir:' Klsslmmee Drag Co.:;drugrlsts.napslassi . '
.0k4 ,r-.nA NOTICE... way of the-.Atlantic Coast Una Rail. o..IM few the Afe-oieU Mtoen I TIME Don't. f6rget us wheli inh

a Notice I.betebl at..ea 16M :u.t6e road Company on.the section line be Boaaparta ,
pad cNos' of;the .Boaro' of':,County' tweeb Section 35 aDd M la Township .Notice:(Settlement,'and Filial vSbowwd, at the battle of' 'AustarllU, LEADING neeiI :of:Anything /

C *.mteaton n .t ,Osceola 'Coa.", 25 south of Range 28. east, thence run Discharge.iGUyter :: i be tree the greatest leader in the world.

.,.;"attbtt oeat.r.tulse meeting stag westerly along said right of way Ballard Snow Liniment bas ..shownUK DRUG In't "ji'
;' $ be'held' ')'Monday tH fees .ootliof.tbeeentr of ......b b-tar it-..aD....._ ...... -- >public tt U .tba best liniment In .,. / ',: Drug .
da.'Bosrd to b. ................'-...............+h1 the world:, 'Aqnlek cure for Rban '..' '
.the 7*day of Ootobtt.1e07, ,-to astab* be Polk eontnty line. ; said public' road w---_,..,." maUsot,' Sprains, Morns, Cut,' ate.,' sroR Line.. r. r

." ai.. tilt.fafkHrtag; petipw.dro.d; as aV to be thirty fee wide, fifteen feet on, ... a.Ca9.. ...wttlara A: O. Pltsa. BodsssaV La.; sayss "ILoss . ,( ., t1.. ,
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't each aid of *.14, described route, ar.isralr." my .dL 1
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