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: November 29, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00309
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Mr'' TAB R.R.COMMISSION j part of this tund could never be .... --- -- ., ..' . "-"" -- -- .
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Ii n .. .. stored to the ''gwoers. or their'' legal FALL TERM r' SCHOOL BOARD Mr.J H SterTM. twher .eh.oS, ,If, ,..... q.is.ha'. t1''e.i i nlfly
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: representatives therefore ," died ,.,"*.,,..........-V 100 asteem. 'N
CASE ; the pried THE Htm Ida B_..... tMuliei Mkool Mo M''.,. The. number of 1Mlrsble imigrs. ...
ciple ,of escheat would apply The ;CIRCUITCOURTGrand : PR O'CEEbIIVGS.Qegdla Mr.B.si.4t ...,.t..Cr; 'I; v'J.: UO Ihs.. all .he. bro..M.........' bJ' ....
property. would belong to the St."n. ,i' ... w' Of, "'bad sa... .1/1 fill she'D* Fair,'will be lavcjsy,
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. that
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which the taxpayer -. -- b A Tounc. .......Mbool* oIO"\:: lived
: Heard By tedfe. Joms at the, time : brought to Florida by all Fair
Chambers.ConsUtntiofkifrty eostt-
m lIiIa.-r: WBldKm..teecher hool."...
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. hU cotton Jury Still Session / . -4 M
was taxed. in and Monthly Routine Business b
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Probably the !nedheieVIo .
kiuthwB School D po.lb>iT. book,,'. ro y ar* past, InnlneUM
;of,, Com.mfesion 'larger part. of-fhls fund of fifty million Very Little Business Trans" Was Transacted Last w..... S <"sr.oe. Inmbvr Mippll-. Mh')'t"' ..J. 45StanTord tbs most. suoeeaafnl fair UaU ,fir 1
t at The
1 dollars would ,, ,: 4.:...... ... '
Law Attacked\ thus be thrown Into the Ora. l'e. wippUohool -% ,. Tampa;. No county; in Florida' ..'
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treasuries of the different i-ottoa acted. Meeting HC0t.efordrealgbt.. ......4.... ..... ,TMAr W' fcfford ,to be without '.repreentaji _

A-JCoe>bta-V.r,.. . ". .... ... 'Ta .110WI8eaN.treeht. tD ,the various. dcp-.rfeneo.ui. ,, ,of "eblbltlon *- t
argued chambers before Judge should be "made of It? We last Fall ,, !'la., Nov! 6,' I 07. . . . .. .. .. .. .. '110 ,, and from' the" mannee'lp' '
bellev that alDet nine Southern *Tuesday uuornloir,' there being The Board of Public Instruction met B*. W B Dr-w Co.dn.k Khool .. ..." .M 10 which counties' .re;"'enlisting. It laeVidentjthat
Jones on Tuesday add Wednesday. of. men.out of hundred present Hon., Minor S. Jones Judge; In reru'.",Mlllon. "here.behl<< presentW. W B lUklnm,Co, aWkUe> eehool.. .. 4* not r
many"will fall ..
would
this week every say, John C. Jones, State attorney J": M C. Bass, E.: B.,Brown and W,:W. C-.pt CUr:.Joh.-oa, fifVvht iMhaol" ,cub Ynswer
.' cheerfully andievereotlyl] 4.1 4. .. .. ... ..... 4110 the call of .progress*
Walker
sheriff and A. E. '
Donegan Chandler '
flan
The case.t. one of several suits In "Give: It to: the survivors who fought deputy clerk. ;, W. J. Sears, Superintendent. / . J I E: Alderman K.lliui p.plU.. ...bdIaU.. 2000 The gra'nd\st. :Industrial display, '
C 8 Btarlin., '
which .the'"' Florida! Railroad Commission for the Cotton State; (f|TO it u, the The criminal docket was sounded Minutes of the last regular meeting IJIIsrrsr ." .. .' 'h 4 t'.;.. ..10 TOT 00'i ever 'seen la"tbe South. will1\ be' a.

Is $seeking to enforce the col remnants of the herolc.b.nd.1. Lee, 'and the.Court made the following or* were read and approved. JAHrr-r *. *, 4. eoo feature .at. .the' ..Florida State Falrt'which ,

SeCtion pf various .penalties againstthe and Jackson, and Stuart and Johnston '- der.:' Mrs Marlah. B. Gilbert, county U M Fertlo 1t. *. .4,. 1000 ,will be' held ;at Tampa'front I
and Forest *H Walker t ?" 4.. ISIS' Febuary 5 to 22., Not will ,
,Atlantlo Coast Line and the Seaboard for ; give It 'to those State-*. Enl, Morgan' having i treasures, reported,.' follows: 1 OTtrxUIl.. labor oehool l2.e ,,'... ,8.. '3 00EAIderakborMlM lda..manufaoturers only ploy r
who of
four yar, threw between carnal Intercourse with a female. under To the 'Honorable : varioui article
for. .. Board of Public > 18. .b diet 1 a 80! '
alleged* violations of the the Southern home and the Invadlpg the age of consent, placed on the Instruction. In and for Osoeola Joe DnderhilL labor eoheol 18. pub diet ,4 > 00 be. represented 10't.b& big In*' "

rules of tot Railroad Co mmU-lon.. army, the bulwark of their. dauntless absentee!. docket.. County POCroeMutle. 18....echoolM .. ,. .. .' SOD duitrlal building* which, will be',;.n-,
battle line." W C R/iwm*. teacher. Mbuol 'JO 40 OJ t.rredt 'mee reaulr.men". 'hna'
The suits were '1na't.1tufAod loy' Hon. State vs.' Annie Lester, keeping '. Iherewith tender my report as. treasurer &..lIa.....iu !II" 1.0. manufacturers I -
L l.O.M..y. Special, Counsel: for The world 1* staggered yet whenowoumelatllj house ot 111 fame, placed' on' absentee of Osceola county for the Mar Mattie Prmtt . 211 a.eo 1 the from various, seottou.of *
will
; the docket, month of October, A. D. 1907 Nre t H Bteffee... extra ... teacher. Union have t.belrw..OII": "t
the, Railroad Commlsiton, and the Germany ivjyioir enormou.IDdemn"Jwbleb from postratePrance. Star vs. Morgan. J., Bass, ond'Inform"Uon .OBHBKAI. BCBOOL. rUMD. eohoolSS. .. ...' ... .. . .... ... .. 1000 exhibition Particularly'' i*' this the,, S

bearing here wa* .held upon demur A billion dollars engaging in the buslnes*" : To balance laat report... .. .... ... .. ...| '(00 00To Slate Beak ot K1ea\a_i boromrdBMmey case with machinery usedIn,, farming,
paid in 4 .. ... .. .
pe-able avmth ... .
amt received loan.... ,. ..,.. l oO 0* fruit culture and for
Beak WO! 00 Irrigation
filed >> -,
purpoe
yen by the defendants to the lump sums,: seemed, a cruel penalty to of' a, Uquor dealer ins dry .county, To amt rec'd from Comptroller. ... .... State Bank of Kt-ahnmee. oa *''. The most.* '

deotaraitonsxThe exact from a fallen foe-but have you sent to the county Quart The .same' .....tioaa.:........ ....44.... .. ... ...... II 63 warnat No..8"2. UUO for up-to-dat plan t ;:
.. special rules attacked by the ever sto'poed to consider the indemnity order was also made In the Will Our To...t NO'" W"8eara. ..Ie of ......* .. S 00 On account of the locr ae 'IB ,the Irrigation, la which Florida I* 110'

defendant; are General .Rule 3 requiring .which the south has nald, during ley case. To aait.reed far W.". Sean teat piano 6 00 enrollment. salary ,of teacher of greatly and lecturer Interested,"will be'OD.. display,

(freight to ,be moved within a the forty. years which have. elapsed State vs. Edna' )Bacus, keeping J. $1011 ; Scnool No. 10 was raised 15 per month. Sect will be on, the .Important'sub'education-, ,;J

reasouabletlme, and demurrage Rule since the war?: Every ,year the survivors house of 111. fame, placed on absentee B* paid.warrant. *u per U.t,. .:. .,.. .. _,75R.lancs The question of payment. of salaryas al feature .Ione'w11l engaged I. This '
m.ke'th.
'6.fixing a floe of Si.per day per'' car of this Union army have drawn docket.. .... ..... ... .. .. .. ,+.. e-,, IS-45 raised by Judge Minx was continued worth'holding th "farmer .: 'fruit Fatr:
for failure furnish and move c..... From tbe national Treasury' bounteous State "vi H. C.. Stanford and J.: F. ecaOOL w.DD'i. .2. till jaext.meeting., to and; ,

The power of the Commission to. 1m- pensions".which have run up to nearly O'Berry, entreat of bond ;'of A,. W To haa-| -,ce from lat er.por0.. .. . .. ..,.t 2SU. 80 ..tef.... StefTee wai allowed 110 as ex: will grower be of the ,States, Jot a ,Peiaai; ;"A;
charged
those
tees for the Infraction of these one hundred and fifty million:dollars. Phillips, quashedit, having been ac BOOL' .-DIIT" no.4*,. tra salary on ;account of extra. work .exhibiting: taw,
. talso'raised. stile shown to the.Court that Ptiilltps'was Tobalano* fl"OlllluC report..S'W .4P7 done chlnery of( any kind, even ,where: tM>; %
"s ..' Of enormous annual payment of .. .. ... .. .... .
paid warrant per lint L" 25 exhibit I I. made purely for adr*.*.*...,
T is duds maybe regarded a*test. pensions, the South has. bad to. contribute now in attendance for trial.' Superintendent\ was instructed todraw ,
i The appeal of Henry' Ssvpgeand Balance.: .. ........ .. .. ..... ....i"'i8t' 0* warrantor. purpose. ; Every farmer and. '' Jp'u**.| L* .
eskses.'in which the whole powers of through the indirect; system cases SCHOOL '' ; State Bank:for 11.600 tn' Florida .
s.To
suB-onr MO. grower should .aixtl. 'job '
the commission in the matter of these taxation ( which burden; the,. agricultural Henry Qverstreet from the municipal balance from laat report., .. .......,.i. bas borrowed money and also draw warrant grand exhibit. 'lV tgffiBChrltM ;

.' two I Rule will be reviewed, and which commuDltv'much more court were beard and. judgment. By paid warraata a*per tilt: ... ... ... 600 for Mtf interest on ....me./? ;, 1 .

; suits will certainly be dually' brought. heavily than any other,) at'least one of the lower court .affirmed : : Balance .... . . .... ., .. . .. ,...(,; There ',being no further businessboard ''K
! .. hq'. finish Ib the United State. Sup. third of the entire amount) paid to 4.the State -a. W. S. Thomas, changingmarks i ,TlTBAlb rOHD. ; adjourned' ,till next regular To your horse*.a* well as 'your.selfVoaneed ; >Ii

->' retne Court.. Union soldier Thus the South 1 Is and! brands bbnals.IDdlc'7 : T.balance f.lut noort..r..1 830M meeting.' W. C. BASS, not. suffer from pains'.of,

: I"J{ The_total amount 'Involved' behind p.lnw..n Indemnity of nearly fifty moot quashed because it was. not I "I The following paid and ,cancelled' W., J. .SEARS, Chairman. any Sprt-your horse* need not .aa.,..'

. tt.beee testcass, It Is stated. will saY million dollars every 'year, for the dated warrants amounting' the' (sum' of .Superintendent. Try bottle of n&llard""Jiao"LIlD.nt. : : -, ;Q

: {gregafa about half a million dollars. south';gets; practically nothing back The grand fury made the' following 1143.04, were burned in open session u: ,, It cure all pains.' ,,J, M.\Soberts -

tr A number of.State and. Federal constitutional from all that she pays, The great Indictments yesterday: State. vs 122i,'1248, 1249,. 1250, 1251, 1252, 1&3, State fair Notes. ,. Bakersfleld.;. .Mo., write"J; ; p

:: questions are Involved, bulk: of the money cones from the Old Thomas Huahey"'aDd Perry Hughey, 1254 1291,,'1235 1262,, 1268 1256,, ;1257 1264, 1258 1267;, 1256 1268,, 1260 1289,, A* an. illustration of the great have used your.. liniment for, t.4to'

L 4.and tb*, commission>> Is .attacked, Cooled his children and his grandchildren aggravated assault. 1270, 1271, 1244, 1239, J240,'1282, 1298. Interest displayed In the. Florida year and find It to be the beat f ,bav*' i

t Suitor having. usurped powers not -and It never comes back. State vs Charles Brown, burlrl..rY'i, 1294, 1296. 1298, 1283, 1284,. 1297.' State' Fair, to.be held at ,Tampa, ever used for man .or b asL" Solt r

. granted to it under the IOta establishIng When-we consider that ,this payment, A* we go to pre**< the grand Jury, Bill 'were approved and warrants ETebuarr S to' 22,. and In Florida,' by.Roberson's. Pharmacy.. ., .

V. Ing.the commUslon. Other points Jnvolred i Incident to our defeat. in war' ;' has of which O. B. Wood all Is foreman, Issued as follows: .* President T. 'J. U ,Brown; has to' date : . '"

{ff"-' are: That under these. rules been running on for forty',.years, and Is still In sessioq: W J Bear aalary cap*.::....*.:..,.".,....t,, 7606WCn..MRPI. received nearly:3,000 personal letters ,Per 5.le.A'sbop.qulppe&'with.\ .i I..., I "
.
.., .. ..... .. .
400
;"\' railroads denied ,trial, byjury will perhaps continue. to run 'op for The civil case of Eppes Tucker Jr. > 1. from residents of other States. whowish a'flve'ho:
: I
a ,
;.L.. the are BB M BP ..> ....M. .,........... 4 SO ;
:;.,"' ; that the power. of the commission forty years: more, we begin to have and J. E. Beach .. Beach" & Padgett WWL'huodtw.ltOPI.. .. ......4,.,... S 00 to attend the Fair ,and express power gasoline.ngtneplaner,- band,

/ /: to impose a'fine of I ,000 for some clear and impressive Idea of the was.,continued till next term.. 1 Yaa.t Gsa tts. prtntlnc' .. ... .4.... COO their Intention of locating. in Florida and rip saws, other tools.too! ; IMBM. t"

tip.;: .*> Ylolatton'ot rule 8'U excessive: ; thatpf frightful war indemnity wblo1i'the, ..-, BtraMBOUbert.eora.trea.arar, ....1.............. 'SO 1605JR8etetulme.eboult 00 If they''can. led suitable places for to'. ',,mention. Also'a ,bUekss>p'. 40118 -
of the commission Is triumphant North Is exacting from Orlando I rba homes.. This number of letters 1* in shop; tools and stock. "Tens made'known
'th* action an nacy. a II It_ .. ............ Mo. I MS 00 > ,
.r'; iBterfereno with Interstate Commeroe; the helpless South, Mr. L. H. Cohoon, on* of Osceola' Mir.... X- ".. ". :-, .. 1 SSOO creasing volume. dally,. 'and U U v on'application.' .' "Apply. to'

y .that the power.of ,the commission to ; ,Surely there?will"be, in:'.tbe various most substantial. citizens and successful II.. o-ie r-. ," ."., ".. I 46MI..VOnr.tr.t 00 estimated, that the Fair will) bring 'to M. Cosner. KUslmmee.. ; Fla.v; .,). >*: r
I
'.''..collect In behalf of individual Southern '' at 00MlMAIbtnaBmUk Florida fully 16,000 people who would '
nee delegations that will ,
; go up orange growers, has embarked in -' 1 4400 Platt TM.!S I it
r
y ayp E p.ri' U unconstitutional that to the National Council In. December, the drug business In Orlando and has lily rT!: '.s Fotek. **' *". *>, .. 1'460O. not'oom-4 therwl.... 1'b" number, First week: in Deoet tber'o'Wad.' ''will'
.4.[*** lbs. : constitution all penalties some one Congressman with courage associated with hlrjnTln the'new enterprise MlMMCBryaa -. 1 4500KB added tothe thousands and thousands ''
work Iri
*F UWBDB "t tf w of tourists who visit the State. annually Klsslmmee.. AU' orders M.; ,
moll the Fin
.collected be p.leIHot.o enough patriotism enough,' ability :
Dr. H. J, Olllbam for' sometime .. to The'rna'' '
MIN*Emma YownM 1 N 1 tf 00MlaaBretaBBtlor will fill Florida from One end to, .t.be will' reo.4vs'\ prompt attention' .,
and Forfeiture fund instead of theeomt plead '
to the
enough, so :cause of the ' '' '
a resident of Klsslmmee. a thoroughly ** "' "* 1 U 00 :Sev.yoUr; 'wOrk ....'
..lion or to individual complain'' vanquished that the'victor will restore other.ndru..n.... an Immense/*' .for:
practical pharmacist. .1 MtaBdltliBelkBaH 00
,\ . .. best tuner. in the south*i X.:
-and that uDder the procedure what ought not to have ben ..IN.tt.K.d.m" I 1500 T -
.as*; taken,, These gentlenenbaye an elegant. store .
a .
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Mta. Mabel Ttao- t' 4600MIm1Ph.ets.7 " . ,' ,. '
flrtlownrt by the commUslon the rail And when that part of the fund fitted with all the latest appointment, :" ., ",,tt"-1' 85 OC ->-.J'-....----- ._:... -.. ..:...
....s are deprived. of. ,due process, of which cannot trace Its way to its legal where they carry a full Hoe of drugs,, MI .1.iUIa Dale\%: ?":";,...'''' ,6." ":' : ...4 ;' 10 00 '/' '' -tJ: : .,t. .. "

owner reaches the treasury of the medicines, cigars;tobaccos?, ,perfumeries . MU.'WW1.NMA"r: i. "; e".'to eo ., :' ,I(. 'PIt1'_ ' 'k
:n;. argument on the demurrers was State by escheat, let us all unite, in and toilet. articles. :': J P"I'"I'\ \,1'.; .4!! s 8600elmCast.Tkru" Lz 'WTIIIiFUNERAT.' .f,( I. y
'
tn behalf of the defeDd.Dt.I'b7 ) .': ". ."iO' 40 OS : .i .< "' ; ..
pened 1"t" fAII '.
I, the 'purpose to divide 'the money They are alto'putting In an up-to- ilia r T-- :.. "Y 00." .. 12 400OKH 'f. < ; "
,:'.Judge; ,W, A. Carter, division! counsel among those heroes of the Lost Cause date. soda fountain of most b..nd.OlJlep..ttero .M..rd ** ", "N SO 00 '" \. Kinds ''tetp ,

'>;.:for,lobe A. c. L., who ,spoke for three who are still left to ns, They won' and will dlspen cool drinks, DeW'AMm.a.' ", ,,". .. 11 40.08DeWlrbM ., ,DIRECTOR'; I mad .to .Or'der' ; j 1

t. Jiours,completing his, argument tbe be here long. ,Let us make. : their ,remaining Ice cream etc. Aktorm% teacher. echool.-No. i : 1. I '_.
IS.mbdMS .-.;.......,. 1000OMBnbherd.teMilierMBoal'Ke. LICENSED'' ''''
: Mxt morning. Judge Carter, wa " > EMBALJMBR,, ,
days as free from want 'andas l We besoeak for them a liberal share IS f *.

t t- followed by, .chi& Justice Judg full of comfort. as possible. Let of tbe business In their line., dlata.p. ..,.... ....... ,. .mb. 1OOOIVdBx -Prompt" ; -attention, -. Alva| fltq[ <

'J! Jlaney, chief counsel Slates Seaboard.jS us' remember that. the unveiling ol They extend cordial Invitation to er .. .-' :-U 4000flei Borders Bentby ,mail.or,, r
In the afternoon the case wasH monuments-while a glorious''' things all their Osoeola friends to call an d kU-mePnUMr' l"' '"', -2t" UOOJPHawthariM = Also Nice Line of Ladies'' and I,i telegraph. -
"
I ;:-presented by: 'Senator Massey) and not..quite the best. thing for the old the genial doctor 'will, extend the glad II n 00 'Gents"Burial'Robes 4

'>' -closed by Judge W,' E.: 'Kay- chiefjjjS'eounsel soldier wbo'may' be' ""In need of the hand. Orden ,by mail will! receive_ MnJHBteffff28 tUMkttM .?t.: ...... .. ..",'.'. ,... 100 OQ 4 J .? .! ResidenceW t,: Side'ot''' ,

J for lbs Atlantic Coast' Line, necessaries of life' Honor the\ dead; soeclsl .tteDtl D., lIiIa Ida Bnnn1o I' ... -, 211 .SO 00 PHONE ',78 ,.. .
r:t.be combined speeches occupying nothing toO good can be **Jd of them:; See their advertisement In this Is 1 1s JPIUwthorM w ttmb : CouKIou.eSgeJare. t
i.:;r. ,lthours of ,'exhaustive 'argument. It'whtcbwagon but remember that those old veteran sue dirt ..< ...,;H..;,w..,-,..*,,,.. 10 00 .t..cACrlceta4rAua..eca: ; ;.,;cr..arot..c.....,Ar#-ec teuAcdai.i.iuec. '

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load of authorities were : L
who bend, as they walk, along your - ,
* -i..cit.8.' At' the conclusion of, the streets and highways. :deserve exactlthe Making; fish Barrels. OO : : : : i. r

W/ r -ument. Judge.Jones sald'he would same thing at your, hand, as the who hasbeen 1 r-.,,
Mr. R. L. Roberta; r .
| the brief of both sides and
.
L'xamlne glorious dead whose devotion to.dutv '
employed, as 'cooper by' the. W. BMaktnson .
tabthd'oa.e under advisement. .
1. you .eommemorlote'wtb'! ,.a. marble Co., ha erected shed between ';
'4 ,w-lA number of..w'er. were 'presentat monument .._
",,'II ? the,W..D. Maklnsoa Co.'s! store
.. :;; tb* hearing and the hearing atjtraeted -. HiTherv's , FromJapant _
.+ -, and the opera house,'which be will use *
.. considerable attention.TO ) No UM I Imported : f'
'#, 1 -iV ' as a shop;,and began making fish barrels -
'IT, "Tiff OLD CONffDS.. Talking you can't beat Herbinefothe' r this week. ,"; ,

Jo f--.' L .'t liver.' Tbe. greatest' regulator Mr. Roberts has deylsed; a new Idea rc

lroug! of Thirty: Yr '('AgoB : evertotered I''t4' suffering humanity. : for*. setting up' the barrels, baring t V.
t If you suffer from, liver ,complaint! around which the stares l '
Ca made forms
: Rlguted.Watson's
*
:
x
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.' If )'ou'.re bilious and. fretful: its 70nr are the adjusted. 'A' assol'tmcut "
set and boops ?
following Weekly JeffsrsonlanIb liver, and Herblne will (put, it in Its present' the head'are being .sawn out We have just received. ,: a 'fine ofJ'APANESEGGODS. "

't hitAd.Ststes proper A" positive '.cureforrConitlpatlon by band. but ,,he, has'ordered a ..m.nclrout.r ,
lies ln the Treasury of >
'
.Biliousness,' Dyspepfcla saw which ,will be :propelled
the -sum. of fifty, million and alt ills due fo a''torpidliver" by a gasoline. engine. and. used for this : : .
art_;which ha* no business there '. ,
Try.. bottle and l you will '
ras ,wrung.; illegally, from the never 'uae. anything else. .Sold by purpose materla all..descrlptons suitable 'for'Bfrthday 'and .
has
ith during the period of her subhumiliation Robenon'.lt'harm.el.' The company .enough of /\.
loe.. and belpleUness.refeF . ,. on b.nd't.o start. : ;with '.Co: make;,. axthoussDd :' Presents.. : : w
l'" I' barrel. ,. Wedding
: o( course. ,; .to the illegal d
for Your
Pay Paper. ,' )
on taxvrhat' 1he'1Ii "" : . 1. ,
laspatiac '
; '
shall bedoa*with this money f No one expect* to be given ;a, spool '' : ;
,,11 It''always stay there In the tress. of thread M drygoods ;;scare' or get :A party;of Atlantlo Coast Line railway Our selection consists .of, Bamboo Ponders, Screens, Curtains e"'' ) )

a monument. of National. .InjustW11I a pound ot'coffee or sugar from' ',a official were her Tuesday In Cushions.,Pillows,. Lanterns;Parasols..,WIckerwork altd'a' .numerous *.

., the Nortb'.D ''r Ea...':n vrr grocery for th* asking, but many'pe r private oar.No. 603, and made' a trip and ''costly' ''assortment of, :useful and ornamental 'China;and' >; #$

r ashamed of that act, of spoliation. son bare;no compunction about ".n. of Inspection over' the Florid .Midland Bric-a-brac. .-. 1 ,

Io) thetnselve, the"Justice- of; .mak- bring m newspaper office and< walking : rail"... Those. in the partvwereOeneraI We' would call attention ,to'. our 'Complete, Line of1,' Floor .CoverIngs -i ,
**tltutionribellerethai off with a paper. ,without ;paying for .Superintendent ,M. Bid : '
if Southern Con. it. The.t..... to' think 'that I* 'all die, ,plstrlov. ,Soperlntendent _3, 'C, consisting of Carpets,, Mattings' Rugs Art Squares, *_c, all atreasonable ., .. 't

1I.; rill *xrt thems.lve> jwlthi right; but that paper bear*'. it*' share Higgins and Tr.inmasteelM.Crown.J, '':prices. .... tt .

and persltoor the wrong of thegtotal coat of th. edition and is Thev.were accompanied,OH their trip ''

..,odd wars ago can be>".'rigbtv' worth Jut a* much .In '..roll' a* the over the Midland by Local -Agent. O.. COME. : AND 'LET USJ5HQW: : . YOU. WHAfrrVE. : ; HAVEW. :

.pool of thread* pound;; of coffeeor F;; Parker. .. : 1 I ; 'L' .
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awful bale of the owner, can large 'newspaper; debt," should, stand .

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In the- meantime, anil/ '
THIRTEEN VICTIMS ., .
cheerfully
Lena seemed to be progressing ,,' :

down that flowfery path :Asore hrodlr'is'a,

which 1* so lovely at firstsight, so
'
disappointing on nearer -Inspection: dangerous malady
Of Tenement House Holo-
and so exceedingly thorby as one '
penetrates.Into its depths. York. bd doriH needlo: '
.4 ..4: .Tale....... Bj.......... They drove Info Walso together to caust In New you

oiFfhc 'YUl meet Charlie and 'all three arrivedIn tie a sock around 4

.".,...... 1G H nry ..... the highest good humor wltfe FIREBUGS- "yBALLARD
I/- themselves and everyone else 'as the THE WORK OF neck'to cure it.; .J
,AngloIndianSecretServica S ton...... your
the
_15__ bouse.first dinner-bell: pealed through


,, MnTman.ft _. t Despite her cheerfulness, however.. Hapless Men Women and4 Children ---'-o-, / IhY

Lena was a little thoughtful at intervals //1 1
tat evenltg. arid' during the Caught In Trap of Rearing Flame

,.. : : mystic arrangement of her hair she and Smoke and Quickly Z: SNOW -

wa sa absorbed that she not only Perish 4

t -! forgot to bum a ditty to herself but LINIMENTTrill

: etr J Jtt If'1ft J1t I?, IfijfjfiJ 1fWJ," fjflft J'lfW displayed In the a Insertion most unusual of sundry awkwardness pins-, Thirteen persons-lost their live and ,

CHAPTER XL 7 and by racins of gentle suggestions more or less calculated to keep her several others were Injured early Monday cure that throat In ghort'ordcr.the promot-
Bnllard Snow 4Jntaie: penetrates pony
r Continued. he arranged all the preliminaries, head In order 'and consequently the In a tenement house fire In New f fllS'troo circulation plvinjv;; the muscles inoro.(.laetlcity.RHEUMATISM .
; c At last Lena consented on condi* and even fixed the day for the first entire erection presented even wire ; a

t i ,+w lion that'It should not b* mentioned rehearsal before''leaving Sandoe that than was customary, an appearance York., All the dead were Italian ,CUTS; ,SPRAINS BRUISE ;

until afterward that sbe' had made evening. of approaching Collapse; Seven of the thirteen were children. .. flU'RES woUND OLD SCRCS S11r-p'' JOINTS

i Mabel Bandford';acquaintance;. and Heavy clouds had been stealing up ,A second attempt ho..eYE'r.u The bodies were found huddled together BURNS AND ALL. PAlXS.

' with this' Wlnyard war forced' to be over the bills for some hour, ,and eminently satisfactory, and she '. in 'rooms on the top floor of the four- ,

I; content; a* the gate swung to' behind the tripped downstair, a demure and story building where tbe terrorstricken 'GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
While they were still talking oVer colonel' horse large sullen drops long before the second
fairy form
had been driven .by thn
0+ this matter the colonel arrived with began to fall Into the dusty roau. bell ...rang..Ith: maidenly dignity people Hoary ttcne Provo Urah. w cst "I I liaro used BftlTanTaGnovr
flames bleb .ru bed from the lower Llnimortf. for 'X'octl.c..cho and toro Throat:
+ ; up 2\I\ourull; ,
heavy basket The coloned led the down the cool
very of 'fish and a way .hj entered the drawing room '
fore"they which licAU. me instant relief.' I can rocom-
floors. They bad succumbed dlon up]> >i) ppvvo ) ,
separate. tale to tell of each Individal green lane' keeping trp a steady trot if there were no such ,
and serene, an .; moral It n: hcinpr tti9 boat Unlmct I havo ever: mod In CuniiC
captive of hla rod despite the roughness of the path. thing as dressing in fifteen minutes could reachwindows which led pain caua Iroin fournlgla, cic." '

It wa nearly three o'clock before At last the rain,' began In earnest, but it was only to find Wlnyardstanding to the fire escapes Some had been enveloped RICB : 50s
23C AND LId1O
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they were mounted and on the road and be pulled''lip to suggest that Lena' at an open,,window, cooler lathe flames and burned ally

to Candoe; and a* they rode along. should put on her Jacket. she hail and more serene as If there were no' Others, overcome by' smoke were

the colonel continued to regale the i strapped to her saddle; such thing as ''reducing fifteen to ten. spared the agonies of death In the' Ballard Snow Liniment Co

two young people with hla experiences / "You two llgbt-weght( can soon He did not speak but held back the flames. .

during the morning. catcj me up. he ...Id. riding off. soft cultaln"for her to pass out Into
COO-SO2 Kcrth Second Street ;
. That tile fire was the work of Inctti.diariesho ,
The Sandford were simple people Lena stopped In the middle of the the garden.

;, of a ;North country tpre now alas! lane, and proceeded to endeavor un "ti ot on the, grass," he said with sought revenge is the 'ST. LOUIS, '- MWJ URI. c

growing rarer Already ':Old Sanford aidedto loosen the strips around paternal anxiety as he followed her; opinion ot the police and firemen who
:
. C ." aa he, wa universally called her Jacket< ; but her gloves were wet, "your shoes .are too thin!" And she made the first hasty examination.

k was beginning to find that his daugh and the.slippery leather refused to obediently walked on the gravel. Three weeks ago three Italian were- Sold e.r' d Recommended by

ter had Imported all sorts of newfangled submit. Then Mlstley forced hiss 'Will you be ""so kind caught,In the act of attempting to rob ?

Ideas from her South country hone Into the ditch and so reached that dress In the third JacU'actDisked a safe In the saloon of Gulseppe Cuda- For Sale at ROBERSON DRUG STORE.

: boarding school, that the old her side. ,
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Wlnyard. presently. -- -- -- -- "'- -- --
of the building.
no on the ground floor
+. boose was too simple for her enlightened "I have no gloves on." he said "Why""BecauseOh
t The safe contained $2.000 which
taste, and that even his own quietly as he leaned over and took because sets the over '

little personal habits Jarred upon her possession of the straps.. most difficult scene and I kink I the saloon keeper' friends had with. KISSIMMEE

ensltive nerve "Thank you,*' said she looking could do It better it you wore that drawn from the banks during the mon-

r 'When the Broomnangb party entered rather anxiously after her.retreating particular dress. Do you' understand lie). pan'xs The would-be robber were

the roomy old-fashioned hall, parent. : ?" arrested and are now awaiting trial RIVER :aOUTE.o..TEAMER

which was used a* a sitting-room In a moment Wlnyard bad .un-i., "Hardly." replied Lena truthfully.She i The fire of Monday started In CudanO'

+ Sandoe. they found Old Sanford buckled the straps and shaken out was trying hard to find out whether i .saloon and tbe police believe that it
tamping his feet after a long ride. the short thick Jacket. Then he took .
he was serious or not. "But still may have been the work of frimdi LILLIH. STEAMER ROSIUDA". ;
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"Ah. 'Win my hoy. he exclaimed her bridle In his disengaged hand If there Is stimulation In It to dogrel.t Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr.
who took this
-W.'... back NcrtbeoODtfT and 10'left of the prisoners me.ollof
to the
cot you her free. But fortune I I must .wear
things suppose
Regular veekl7 trips to Dasilnger s4 return. Roseada leave Kls1.
squaring the with the sa
again. was against her; the collar of the be ; account,
it; but I do not think It will quite nee Tuesday morning, and arrive nisslmmee
' Then followed the loon keeper.Cudano Friday evening. -. .
Introduction, Jacket got turned In, and MIstley had to the scene." ,
appropriate Special Charter .'
to Lake
Okeec
sad the old gentleman shook bands to take both reins In one hand while "Why not" discovered the fire when he Trips : -obee and Fort Uyerg on the LIIW

o 1 beartlly with Lena and her father he leaned back and assisted her. '''''el1. that |'I Just the most pathetic went down early to open his place of Comfortable The most picturesque accommodation Waterway for passengers.In Florida Rate reasonable.. ;,

for he had no faith In those newfangled When he had done this, and Leila part of the whole play which business.!! As he opened the door hf For t
Passenger and
bow with which stranger had hecnred: the last button, she held I I. In Itself br:: no means cheerful; and was met by a rush of Barnes, and without Freight Rates apply to "
bonor one another nowadays when ,out ber hand for'the CLAY JOHNSON. SIU ProprIetor +
reins; but be white with a yellow sash is not exactly :- waiting a moment to Investigate,
they are supposed to be strangers no retained them for a moment longer. !" -- Oa board "UM1O KJsstmmee. >Ft*. +
pathetic dashed up the stairs to the tenements .. ,
longer; % "Am I forgiven be asked. "Tell me" said Wlnyard. with exaggerated - -- --
'Glad to meet you, sir/' be said to "For what?" Lena looked rather gravity "why white with above crying out for the occupants ol

the colon!. In hi quick abrupt manner markedly at the sky a* If In'gentle a yellow sash is not pathetic." the building' to run for their lives.

with an expressive jerk of the protest against being detained In the .'1 do not know" she replied witha When be reached the rooms occupied Rewards ofAccording Life

head which seemed to ay: "I may rain."For laugh; "but that is. my view of the by his 01l'D' family be burst In the f .

T be an old country bumpkin, but I having my own way" case." II door, and, .seizing* his young sow: hi

; f know, all about yon." 'Oh. I do not mind acting the "But do you not think: that a his arms, told Mrs. Cudano and other Ability' } '

t Then be proposed an adjournment part"' she replied with a short laugh.It strong contrast Is always effective? I members of the family to follow.'Cu, : tt&
t'y to the summer house where they 1s In little :
incidents-In the have never yet understood why pea dano and the boy managed to find their
would no doubt find Uabel. 'Read- trivialities
y 'log novel. I expect. he added with a man shows of his every-day knowledge life of human-that ple dressing on the In' somber stage should garb on persistIn account way down the stairs to the street, but By President Chase, of B College., ,

before the women could get through
Lfr a glance'toward Wlnyard. nature.
Wlnyard now suddenly of the sorrow that Is coming and of
r Mabel Sanford was Indeed there, abandoned the subject. and drew know the Barnes had cut off all exit. ,
which they are +{pposed to '
and, moreover,,she laid ..Ide. .yel !aside to let.Lna pass. no >'DII.'J'h.' mostio'uchlng Jhlng I Not a single person was, seen to appear .......... F Individual and the race are to progress, it must be In re2 ?:
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low-backed book aa she rose to meet i windows + those, personal .incentive that have "
... _.' 4 ever saw on the stage wa at the at any of the of the blazing spouse to same tlfUMt
them. Wlnyard she greeted with an *" CHAPTER Comedle FrancaUe year; ago. when I building with the exception of those : men above brutes and produced,those plendM d differentiaUoa -'

effusion which be, at least, thought XJI.' wa at school at Fontalnebleau. It ,on tbe second floor from which several : I of taste talent, and genius that are the-glory and hope ;
rather overdone. She was dressed Brothers and Rivals thatI of mankind. Human weal absolutely requires that the klatf ,
made such an impression on me persons reached the fire escape and
too well for the occasion.,and her The following evening Charles nave never forgotten It. The heroine were rescued. After the flames had been i . e and amount of the service that each of tig shall undertake

Mack; hair was arranged somewhat Mlstley arrived. This evening nn .u In ball dress, and the hero ** and the portion of our gain and rewards that we shall de.

mere elaborately than.was necessary. Important though It may appear had In ordinary a evening clothes with a partially checked, flremen fought their ::::.....: vote to the..welfare of others b* left largely to our. own

:Nevertheless' she was decidedly, pretty been awaited -with some dread... by decoration. In his buttonhole., It way through the' smoke to the. upper Judgment; and conscience. And could any .attempt to\a".

; with large dark eye of the' type Mrs. Wright; Indeed perhaps Mrs. sounds prosaic, but It was wonderfully floors. There they came upon piles ot It otherwise be permanently Successful, the star of human destiny arouM '

; 1 'usually'called "fine." tnd a graceful ).Illtle,herself may have bad some effective.. The saddest things dead where they had fallen victims to speedily set In darkness., Happily the primitive Instinct of self-presenraUoa .'

figure full of lltae strength. i misgivings 'on1' the matter thoughshe that have happened on !earth have the rush of flames and smoke even before and recognition will not,, permit such a result. A* a consequence no one ot .

r Leaving the two old gentlemen to betrayed no sign of sneb.IIr. been .in the gayest town, within the they had a'chance to attempt to u* can escape through the virtue of any social or Industrial mechanism, the I

amuse each other. Wlnyard began the .. Wright shrewdly suspected very sound of music and laughter." save themselves. In one of the heaps responsibility of deciding how and, what we will'contribute to the comma*

question of theatrical at once. that the intruder, Ambition was In "Then-you- think I ought to be gay the firemen found a woman who had good. It 1*. Indeed* a dangerous responsibility fraught with awful cones

"Charll" 1* stage manager.." be possession of Wln.ard.lIlaUe1 until the last moment?" made one last desperate effort to save ouence to ourselves and to other.. But ,confront us It must and will, and.
aid, but he asked me to get thing heart; but woman-like she .. do III to convert responsibility Into
on a* far a* possible before he came thought impossible promptly VI think so, certainly It 1* a the life of ber baby even when she >_j. .t jtMnr we can opportunity
that-the
because we have no time to waste- Love, might be prowling sad dog. principle which one can safely go knew that she herself was doomed to
around in until the end of the chapter,
,be goes to the Mediterranean nest search of his upon a horrible death. She tad folded her
own rights; and her Instinct
It. Talleyrand
month and I J>* called at and never regret arms tightly around the little one and r
jnay away told ber that the
plan of 'as- originated that idea I believe. I am The Great Sand CureJldpice *;
any time. sault most to be feared wa the then huddled down close to the floor
.. quite certain that half of our troubles -
.It I* a shame exclaimed UabelSandford. Adonls-IIke attack sudden and dar are only worthy to be met with her own body protecting that of the

t : with an exaggerated pout Ing.Durin& laughter. child. The mother's body was badly for Sojourners by the Sad Sea Waves
,
of her full rec1Up.,,"the In
=.a way whichwe the last two years Lena'smother "Do you speak from experience'* burned. That of the child bore acarc.
poor.female. are deserted by from One Who Knows.
had thought a good deal upon asked fcena, thinking of her fatber'sdescription ly a spark. but It was dead from suffocation. It ,
I have
every one Dotleen'Cbarle'lor
,
the subject of
young men In general ot Mlstley'
Wlnyard
On every side of the moth
months and
t ; a* for yon. WinIam ; and Charles .
Mistier In particular dauntless tplrit er and child lay the bodies of other
surprised to see you now! By George fantrlclc.
The more she saw of -that grave ."No because I have had little or victims: &
"I expect replied Winyard, with :
young sailor the
stronger
grew her to baring
nothing experiment upon _ .
rather a-abort laugh' "that you will ,
liking for him. She
soon learned Individual but "
always been a lucky ;
be heartily theatricals tired ot ,UI 'both before that his gravity by no mean denoted I cannot, help admiring people who TAX. RECEIVER INCOMPETENT.. O those sojourning at the seaside I would like to otter a 111 '

these come You have a dullness. of Intellect and discovered can laugh ,when they did not feel , I it tie recipe for, the Improvement of their t general,health. In '

read* through. ". the piece of course." each day some new proof of his like; it." County Grand Jury Recommends His stead of promenading. along the shore In the hot' smn let ''
"Oh .. II
, replied lilac Sandford. thoughtfulness for other them take to the ..water and Immediately go'.1.
She bad and. forgetfulness "What a prosaic way of putting Removal from Offlce. on coming, out
Just picked a little pray of of self--quaUtle* which tt!" Comptroller General Wright Is In 'receipt : I through the following sand formula: ,4.

monthly roses and wa fixing it In find greater favor1 with elderly I Fill your hair with sand and rub the thoroughly, h'
her 'dress. glancing than "What a prosaic way of ruttingit of a copy of the grand Jury pro. II scalp
'Mlstley a* she"dld'so.occasionally. at young ladle Gradually she dropped !" ceedlngs of Montgomery county, Georgia apply more water and sand and repeat several time; this ',}

{ ... ,into the habit of encouraging the "Perhaps so-but you know what will remove all dandruff Rub your face with sand until All i
Well we want to ,:for the November ,term. In which
'Y \ the.longest !" you 'undertake, friendship, which had sprung up between' I mean nevertheless.. Now, If you kin Impurities are removed. Put land In your mouth ant 1I
part him and Lena It Is recommended that Tax Receiver rinse It this will Improve speech. Rub teeth .
The reflecting that were to wear that dress I am sure ; your your with sand taking t
heroine ,
1 -No tbe t" If it grew Into something stronger It would prove most effective.! There W. M. Outlaw be removed for Incom- care not to scrape off the enamel. Rub your gums in order to harden them.,

deal I young widow; 'there la a than friendship Charles Mistier wa Is something about 'a white dress- petency.No Gargle the salt water. Rub, sand In your nostril In order to harden the skla :
great to
t Wlnyard. lean mlnd.'V replied worthy of any woman" love; There a soft, simple sort of dress like your action. will be taken In the case and.the mucous raembrejie; this will make you less susceptible to colds In the: I

'<.\'- Ing Lena'Innocently carefully avold- was, however that: grim fact of his -with a yellow sash which always until the matter has been sifted to the Road besides being conducive to cleanliness. Rub your feet with sand until J

with eyes, and meeting" Mabel', being a sailor, which wa* forever makes me feel most sentimental; and bottom. the callous skin Is removed Rub sand ,between your toe and harden the >
5 Infinite audacity, forcing' itself upon' her:;notice kin thereby making the feet less susceptible to perspiration .t
y4 ,*I. "If think and I am certain that such a result could besides being +
yon I .
can -do It, I am would not be permanently quelled conducive tg cleanliness. In fact, nib and all over your body It will
_>b quite willing" not fall to be! edifying to every on- FORGER PROVES COWARD. quicken I
< "Oh-I by the reflection that there are many : looker., If you were to add .some the nerve and Stimulate the circulation of the blood. 1+
am certain It. '
of Miss appointment on shore within Nature has provided the clean white,sand close to tbe
reach flower tt wpud be still sea where It eao ;
better""aT
,
.i:4 Wright will l r'
play the heroine, Char- ( Rather Than Be Arrested He Took Fatal
.
- lie the of sailor who like Charles MJstley Jasmine. We will try the effect to be used to Incalculable advantage without money and,without price "
!; hero and I thevillain.. ''Wal- have'a mod6rale'toeome and 'Doss'of.-Poison.
a certain "

ter part. cay doe"he be will nott"i"act+ ,the, 0Id.1man'? i Influence at headquarter. night.And be stopped to gather .a few Rather than face charges obtaining. .""' '''''' .11.j

The youLger brother. forged bill of lading ,Louis
'" Wlnyard. hadnever' sweet-smelling' which somehow 95.000 on a
spray
j., YBy.tlte.. bye he '
I
In'the garden. Twill; somewhere 'entered ,Into Mr. Wrightothoughts I took so long* toarrange'satisfactorily Straus, a mining broker, swallowed a

call him." .go and, In the matter,,and lot( here .that the bell bad to be rung quantity of poison at Us home In. New :

? ,Mabel Sandford was a little dlsap- complicating he.was, barely a fortnight at home, again,for their special,benefit before .York:' Monday night,"and died, a few JOB: PRINTINGIfc'NCXTTO: ;
thing most I
pointed but she had too mnch spirit terribly by they obeyed It. minutes later' At the time two detective ;

.,, to' showIt; aDd Wlnyard' great In- calmly establishing like a friendship remarkably ''We "will'consult the stage.'manager were In.' the louse ,to 'arrest. />4
that
terest' In her part displayed In tbe which bad caused about It," said :ailstley., a* they. Straus I"
NCWPA*
to- much uneasiness gR
'ADVCRTISJINO
already. Whatever
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the bouse. .. ,
tplbsegventrebarais turned toward .
at length eons the result might'ire this shrewd '- .THI.EaT: ADVERTISING IN THC WO ML**. : tt
winced: her that "No, ahe said quickly. "Please .
s !rj...' though she wa not little woman' of the world'knew .. .
'the heroine..of'i the pleee her part 'good''would of thatno do not do. that!" OOMPER8. AGAIN CHOSEN. "We have'been'very' fortunate in
''x' 'was by no mean unimportant. com It: she held To be continued.) _. securing the:

.": :Her ,brother>> ,. who : too optnloq'that'the ;influence of, a Elected services of one of the best and most experienced i "
presently ap young woman over a ydnng man can A.... c.._ ...... Unanimously. by Labor;, Federatlen -
'I; red If.'WAS a,simple,1 "priitera'IN,, THE STATE and
'l" goodnaturedlow'two ale.now'able
to
i b of
ao earthly us. to bin. Altogether The biggest cannon ball ever made e for Another Term. .
:t!, year.younger than hert Mrs ,Wright bad no desire to weighed 2000 pound and wa*,manufactured % execute Job; Printing of every description in all ,
He ,, Va.. the American redVeration
openly confessed
to beingar At Norfolk; .,
,, c; J'mo'rtal fright"'! appearing on witness the experiment between her at,the :Kmpp Work. Eaten of Labor endorsing every 'act the leading styles The class of "work turned'out
daughter
and either c-f the MUtley for the Government of the CUr., The "
IJ,:; I .**.**?* b***expressed an bumble- Hls adiug.ron.'expeHtnent Lad a gun .from''which:tbt*'projeedl.5Wa.' of their "president. "Samuel' Gomper., by- ua is acknowledged, bo.. the FINEST: ., f"'"

JllMM to debts, best desperately 'unprofltably *one, -oh, fired I I. also''the"largest in"the"world'and and condemning :an those; who have a PRICES the LO,VESTof any,prilitersV. t,;:
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'Wlnyard'M1sUey"was:? not In the Fnuthfftl' Inquirer...an experimentbest is placed In,the fortification.. at o'tfght to malign,hla'personal character ,

:h tblt'.ot.aUgw/ag the grasstogrowbeneath left aione.. a4b. writer of these Crpntad: This gun'ha.'*.rang'of or official conduct, unanimously'reglected ,

his ..f4IIt.'j Without appearing poor line can: twtlfy, having burned tWelve mile,'and It has been estimated, Mr.'Gomper ,for another term..
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Co- have or'.(v t..4.\*Ire'his"own way his',flogerf"over, ttt"?.. ... that ,.erHcK ceeuIZOO,,' ..,.. j.I ywdo r.i

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.,,. .. .. Bryan.Pay' *. HI.,i Respects to Roosevelt Campaign I* Begun, :Through! Organization : omA".ewsNotes'.c.
< White 4ou.-aubJeot. Dies Perfected at Big. Meeting'in
'A: 1,412,829 Bales" 4 cuss.d'Not! Divulged. Can Get '75 Per.Cent of CasPaid' Philadelphia, .r- .


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President Roosevelt and William J.Bryan' Representative men from fifteen ot 7W: nft't Tr 7'' ";'j:"* T Fi

.f, ,, wore In conference for half an the Atlantic coast, states gathered In': ,Cruelty Charges Nat bustitni .Judge Sheppard ;.Disqualified. r
After a Je i.cth1.:seaatoa{ In Pensafola,' Jude W. B. Sheppard, who br reason ,
;$SESSION IS. HELD hour.In the president's private 'office PROMISE OF 'CORTELYOU Philadelphia Wednesday formed a per
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.. the board '.01 oountj'hominiastonersof .of .. ..* clsqumUCed to pre l" T
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I at the white house Saturday. ..., ..- manent' organization under the name Bscambla exonerated Superintendent over Oh* .11a"" States court, In P avsacoia

I !) ":t was not Invited to call," Mr, Bryan .ot,,tie -Atlantic Deep .Waterways Association. M.' 0. Raggett of '"$1',of'thA.ebargeumade / ,,". on account of having" been dla- '
ner Hudson of,Georgia Claor said on leaving'; t I called.upon the Secretary of Treasury,to Cut Out Rd ." the object Of which will be to against( him rtr
,Succeed! co.m.lon.r! ) Wat.t". :: telephone ;and asked when the presi Tap a. Far at Possible and 'bring about a system of waterways to ennDent'of the county convict' camps. Judge Oscar n, Hu 41q"or shoats "

.: as', P..ld.nt-N..t Meet dent' would recelve'callers. and. on being Issue an Important permit These.charges'were'brought' by,John vlU,, 'Ala, and ta holding'; mrt at '
the free movement of traffic by "
j'' I Ing! I In Nashville I ,, Informed, came almply'to pay my A ,no'ur c.m'.nt. Inland waters between the various Atlantic B. long,.a brother; of' ..James' 1*. long* Birmingham while Judge i JhiAdtey ta
.respects ,to, the president.1 who served several months on the presiding over the terav,. c\.osMKttft

f..third. and Baal session, ,of 'the. ,Mr. Bryan was pot willing to discuss An important announcement: of policy the Gulf seaboard of.Mexico.states from Maine .to county roads,,,' and: who made many J"enaacola. This 1* (Judge; .beppsrd'sfirst'
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o the''details of his Interview, but superintendent was oataPP9l.D.t" '
rdommtss 1 allegations against, term, as he ,
ton oner. of'Agrl- was made br Secretary Cortelyou, This 11' the outcome of the two days
was free to add details to the financial The'principal charges were Improper Judge of, the northern districtof FJor-.
and 'Agricultural Workers laoibls I atl. Washington late Friday afternoon .conference held In- the Quaker City.by
which
plan be proposed a few days ago. food.' for ,,convicts.' Improper attention. tda a few month singe to 'succeed
S. ,C., 'waa held Thursday, I In reviewing every/'measure of relief In regard to the allotment the one- delegate' : apointed by the governor when ill, houses 'leak': ..and' prisoner Judge Swayn Many: "of the'caeM to'. ...
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cat, 3 o'clock.Just prior to.the which had come to his notice, Mr. year tr.urT certificate., which, lad!.. or'trade. bodies In states' Interested' drenched whenever a rain falls,. Insufficient coma up for trial'at this term In Peosacola '%\ '

elusion. of the' meeting., after twolots Bryan said that' 'nothing seemed to be' cates that the secretary U prepared, In the Atlantic Inland waterway proeel. } number of beds and chaining were' lO"cuted.or.el" lavestlgated :: ",j>'
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The association
Intended as 'meeting the situation as adopted resolutions them together at night, compelling men by Judge Sheppard, In.his.position .
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[ between Atlanta. Ashevllle and : cut .red tape as far, a* possible and declaring that all canals shouldbe '
effectively and at the ,same Ume as to work when sick, the Use of convict as district attorney prior, to>ls
sbvtlle. the latter place Was chosen simply as the-plan,Jia had suggested;" place the. proceed*' of the certificate free andaskingcongress to take laboi1 i for private 's.rposes, unwholesome appointment judge;and consequently

i;: the next place of meeting. This plan, he said, was simply to havo promptly at. the disposition of, the up the great project because. it Is demanded food and that the county stock it' was necessary that hat exchange s

Commissioner H.' Hudson of Oeor- the government; Insure depositors In money market, He proposes to; return by the commercial Interests ot 'does Dot! receive sufficient food or of! with some, federal.Jndge; Judge Hand-
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ehgla was unanimously .t oted'pres. national 'banks against loss by reason to 'national.Winks subscribing for the 80,000.003 ,people'on the Atlantic sea good quality.. The commissioner heard ley''of the northern district of Alabama

lent. with Commissioner Blakeslee oflUulsslppl. of the failure of the banks. It was not certificate, a. a deposit of public mon board. Congressman,, J. Hamptou'Moore every witness produced at the hearing, agreed to exchange, and the latter win'

as first vice president; and intended, he said to have the govern 75 cent of: 'the cash paid, for of Pennsylvania was chosen there being 'twelve: 'or'fifteen and none not only pre.ld.'ID Pensacola, but,also
f Hon., n, E. Rose ot FWHda as second ment'collect a fund for this purpose ey them., per The remaining 25 cent will president and a vice president and 'of the charge were proven the road at Tallahassee; "
per
vice president ., to be kept on hand. Whenever' na delegate at large was elected 'from superintendent bowing that he bad< ,_.
time to strengthen
for the being
Dr. B. W Kllgore of North' Carolina, tonal bank should be required to pay go cash balance 'the treasury., The each state. The next convention will carried out every rule and order of the The Atlanta Journal, says(",Apropos' '
the :
'. was 'r -leeteei secretary and Dr; Ma Its' depositors It would be< the duty banks surrendering this 25! cent be held In Baltimore yin November" board, and' that no convict had been Of the announcement that J-3k Btrob-

Cruder of Virginia, was re-elected assistant of, the government to make an assessment however suffer reduction per 1908 treated in an Inhuman manner. The har, formerly agent ot the Atlantic
will not a
secretary and treasurer on all national banks to meet Many addresses In favor of the move board, after considering the evidence, Coast Line at, Gainesville, Fla" wb-
for
In their: supply ot they
currency
During the session the special committee the' amount of loss by reason of the will .entitled: 'receive the par value ,, merit and pledging'support were mad passed the following resolution i :was last week found guilty by,a jury

apolnted to canvass the reports failure. Such assessment.1,: Mr. Bryan purchased in during the'' two sessions Wednesday "The board after a full and exhaustive there pf taking fund of the roady'Atlantian -:

,' received from the several states 01:' .said, would be Infinitesimal. I bank of the note certificates'circulation.' In' order new to The convention'came to an end wui investigation of the charge! ae may Interested, .In.th-an.,

the coton belt; estimating tie 1907 cot Opposition to this plan, Mr. Bryan banquet which' was attended by nearly preferred by James Ik-Long, concludes nouncement that ''there I;', now"'pending
make this'transaction Immediately effective
ton ,crop, of the. .south,, reported, conceded, might be mad* by 'state retain all of 'the 522 delegates to. the con that none of: the charges have been before Linton C. Hopkins,
\' through' Commissioner Hudson ot: banks who 'would be left out of the ; the >treasury will' each the substantiated or proven, but, 'on the Itor.a hearing whtch Involves. thecsour,

-,Georgia, who, In presenting' the 're- plan. The answer to this, he said, was certificates purchased by bank, Congre..maDSmal1! of Jorth Caro contrary, the testimony completely disproves of $5,009. which I.. claimed, by the.

restated that the material difference that the states.would Individually take It It desires United that they be deposited with tins speaking of the Norfolk to Beaufort the charge Atlantic Coast LIne a* part of the. money .

.', between ,the 1906 and the 1907 up the same scheme and stand a* a the Statestreasurer''as securities route of the:proposed Inland wterways. '. A-- it allege Strobhar's counsel!claims

'I crop rested In the' telegraphic estimateof guarantor against loss to:depositors for circulation, and will ship the ., referred to' the dangers to Wrangle Over' Prohibition.'Jack.onvUle' Is a' deposit'mad*'by Mrs/ Strobhar of'

Comml.lI1on''MllDer of Texas, who In state, banks. notes at once.Secretary shipping in rounding, the treacherous has been having an 'In her own money to'secure her hU.1 aD4'..

tad reported the Texas-crop at a Mr. Bryan said as yet no plan had I Cortelyou Is carefully shoals of Cape Hatteras. If the Norfolk clplent agitation of prohibition. The bondsman.. t
maximum two and epochal f million been made to have his relief measure studying the applications for certificates -Beautort Is Business Men' Association alleged that -, !
route. built he said.
.0 bales, with a minimum 0 \two .and presented in congress. However, he. In order' make the allotmentsIn millions .of dollars In ships', and 'car prohibition was being taught in' the Adolph Fitch better .known .As' tbe,

one-quarter million, against ovt four felt very"enthuslastlb over the pro. the manner which. willbe most goes would be saved from destruction.. public school of the city and county Lone Mariner," who was sentenced, la'

million in 1901. j ects off Its ultimate success. beneficial to the monetary situation. Mr. .Small, In his address, went a step through songs'and recitation This the criminal, court. In Jacksonville: ,'on,
Commissioner Hudson, stated that 'Bryan remarked that be had had The secretary conUnued to receive <
further than the conference' brought! out a denial on the part of a October IB to serve oneyear'' lnthstate ,
Texas Mas the one state In the south I. a veryNpJeasant chat with the president calls Friday from prominent bankers go. 'He suggested the'continuance proposesto large number of principals and teachers convit'campi' for larceny,' hasescaped '

having a complete system' of reporting and leters from'various'point* In re of the Inland waterway down to and who asserted that they were doing and the police have been'ask':
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.the cotton crop. The report, estimated card to the new Issues. across Florida to'the Quit 01: 'MeJllco, nothing more in, this direction than ed .to assist In capturing: him.' FJtch:'
,the basis of carefully gathered FOOTBALL ROW SETTLED. Among those who called on SeCretary the' '
upon camp of
thus coming into touch with teaching the effect of alcohol and narcotic escaped from the Taylor'
the Mississippi
data* from.>11-the states, fixed the 1907 -, Cortelyou was Sol Wezler, vice and wate'rwai. a* set forth In the' textbook. County Naval Stores company?**, Perry

/ crop, i at 11.412.8Z9; running bales, Tech Exonerated and Georgia Reinstated president of the Whitney Central National the river the of on physiology, prescribed by the'board on November. 12.. It .al not mad
great KI..llllppt"valley" ,
"When
t against \ill,439,7S4 running bales as With a Reprimand. bank'of New Orleans Mr. Wex- that.dream of education for use in the schools! Ats public at that time, .a*',It.was"hoped,
t 'reported'by the federal government for. The executive committee of the ler reported that the cotton movement Is realized, he said, "thetransportation'problem special meeting of the board called that be would be captured shortly after

the crop: of'1908. Southern Intercollegiate Athletic ..Association was going forward "remarkably well I, solved." ,,will have been to consider the question a resolution his escape. After several May* 'bad

} The, chief feature of the final ses wound up its session l In At under the adverse conditions prevail Major: Flagler ...110' was adopted declaring that until the 1 passed and on trace. of the missingman <
has 'of
rid son\ elaborate address ing. The New Orleans banks are charge; ;
was an upon lanta' Saturday afternoon by.reinstating Dullness Men's Association should submit could be ,found. his >description.:
.the subject of Immigration'' by J. ...H.Patten the Georgia team, this following! supplying currency to the cotton growing the the government middle engineering In .five of specific' charges naming the Including a photograph;was'mailed' to
secretary of the American Immigration districts, and at the same time are Atlantic states, said that of tb ,varioascltlesi
the exoneration of Tech. However, schools in which, 'the objectionablesongs the police,departments *.
Restriction League .who maintaining adequate cash reserves.' from an en&IDeerlnc"polnt of view'there' .'. ,
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g the charges acalnlt.the Oeorgla teamwere' and recitations were being 'used J
dealt with this broad subject as affecting entirely cleared It Is desired, however, ,to obtain all wa* nothing:;to''preve'nt the'car the board could dp'nothing In',the mad .......:- "' '''
to
not 'judge of' ; ?S
vying out the
: ; project.Concre.amaD .
the exhaustive the assistance possible from the treasury "'
the in
south most from the statement of the committee, Burton ter, A real .estate deal )has lust been 00.
manner lie suggested chances Iq order to)prevent a deflclencyiof: of Delaware -. ,I
which'cen.ure. Professor Sanford, the oummated In Palatka; whereby the
L+ that he considered absolutely necessary.in ., currency: which would congest the cotton presided at. theafternoon session, 'seems.
athletlo director; Captain. Kyle Smith which was'almost It now likely that the next Keating'brick ,block:on: Lemon street ,
r' : the federal 'law.. lath!. connection crop'at ,.ollthem' points and prevent entirely devoted to 'encampment of1
.. annual the Florida ,
and debar,Coach Whitney from south I* now the property of W. G. THgh-a*
be' said: ,ern football together. the'drawing of.bllll against-ship effecting a permanent, organization.. state troops Will be held at the, per\> of the shingle_manutaotulag''nil et i
t, "First and foremost, the federal law menu to Europe; Thus tar 'the'difficulty The committee on credentials reported .
Not much mention Is made of the manent camp site recently acquirednear K., J. Tllgbman1 4: Son' The .batleVIng1 '
absolute freedomfor in of bills for cash at that 522 delegates had registered '
$ afaould not only allow alleged ringers. that parUclpated In disposing Jacksonville Nothing' has been embrace* three 'large stores
the state selection rot immigrants, the OegrtIa-Tech game, However, the New York, which was somewhat acute for the conference and' that they. beard In some time7 as to the camp site stairs'' and several. eonunodlotisments

but should aid and ,assist Instead oi committee admit that from the evidence two or three weeks: ago,, has been were appointed by thip governor: o;. matter and inquiry develops the tactthat : above, and Is costsld.r...-i'

hamper .work along the lines of' a the University.authorities know largely overcome partly by an Improvement trade associations of the following fll. the work of.clearhac and preparing the beet busisMW saiopertl *irf 1
picked Immigration. ' In the general situation and teen .states'' Maine, :Massachusetts, ,the grounds hs.tiea tde ayed, beyond
that at least four men had been; Imported The.coseiM NfMisV I l (; ; \.s. ,ti
.' Another feature of .the' conventionwas for''the team a few days prior partly by direct dealings with Europe. Rhode Island Connecticut New Fork, .expectations', : ''of\i the'board of amount /alasMSrlt') ;:: '

the address of; Commissioner Wilkinson , to the game "with Tech. Rumors are In circulation In regard: New Jersey, Pennsylvania Delaware, officers having the mailer! In charge. It would: have brought atx cnanth* ... " ,

'. of Alabama, along the line of Also that ten day before this game, to' the purpose ,of the president and Maryland Virginia West Virginia, seems, that 'although provision 'walm.de' -. .
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'.' I work not now' undertaken by the state a number of men were matriculatedand Secretary Cortelyou In regard to' eul" North, Carolina, South' Carolina. Qeor .'b)' legislative appropriation forcom'mencIDS' At Tamp'Karl' Christian,: aged M

..: departments of agriculture for the bet assigned by the agricultural de: rency legislation. Suggestions such gla and ,Florida t ; the'' work, 'lack of state year,' shot' and, killed Mrs,' Florence

< terment of: the agriculture of the ser partraent They ,were at once entered at the Insuring of" deposits In national Among the resolutions adopted was funds necessitated the postponementof Williams and then turned' the revolveron

"k \ eral'state. a* members of the football team and banks, which Mr. Bryan ha one which'may' be said to be the platform operation for several'months, but It himself.,inflicting a.fatal 'wound.
t During the afternoon session therewas indorsed the Issue- of additional :of the new 'movement;!' \ Is understood that the fund "
did participate In ,the game in question just *, are now It. W, .William, the,.husband,of Mrs.
:?'I ( a vigorous .debate In regard to ; two of them falling to return to bank notes against state abd municipal It seta forth that the proposed deep available and teat the work, will commence William.. arrived on the seen*'of the

\r the endorsement of the bill pending In the university after the game, and two bonds and the requirement of Intereston waterway: "t.' demanded by the mutual at once:and' will te.pusbed'as tragedy In a few minutes, and-had 'to

j, '.congress? as to Intermediate agrlcultu- being dismissed by the faculty upon government deposit in the bank interests of thirty million people on rapidly. as. possible.. be forcibly prevented from killing him

",' ral education proposed by Congress-'' .. .'their returning to Athens. are' reported have been presentedto the seaboard directly 'and' Indirectly. ,- self Mrs Williams was formerly' Mia

'0, ,nan Davis of Minnesota., Finally, a The, committee found that there is a members of the administration, and and ,ultimately' by those of,the American Since the' announcement of Hon. D, Florence Shams pf $SummenriUe'B.C4 .'--

'f: resolution urging the passage ot this"bill great deal ,of rottenness floating to have'been favorably received. The people.' '* The construction'of the U.- Fletcher a* a candidate for the office and ChrliUan'hs si mother:living

''rt.\ by congress was adopted. around In Athens, 'but gives expressionto fact appear to be, however that th. .waterway, It was maintained,, "woul( of United State senator was made In?alatks. Detail ot.the' tragedy. ate

\ < Resolution weer 'also adopted 'In that fact In the following manner: president and secretary of the treasury give gravely necessary and permanent public, there has' been much speculation not given. :..

::1,} dorsing In heartiest term. the' Appalachian ,'That a condition ot. a if Mrs'has 'pre are simply assuming a receptive relief to the business of' transportation as 'to 'who will be Mr. Fletcher's -' ._,.

." forest reserves; tailed which resulted In gross, scan attitude and are listening to .aU'.ug. and'lt will surely result both In successor as chairman of: the state Circuit Judge J..B., Wall at Tampa,

; 1 The assoclatlon're- n eted Its hearty ; dal to the institution ed'the'association. gestion which Ire made to them, tslmulatlng commerce and.ID' reducingthe democratic executive committee, for i rendered a decision refusing the',.wrlt
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i endorseme>t of,the policy of selection I ." without committing themselves to 'any. cost of moving'commodlUtes.." Mr..Fletcher'lia.. stated that he will :. ot 'habeas1 corpus: ,in1 thelcase'of'Reu.'

pf Immigrants at their, own home and I To sum up the statement, the committee The resolution favorEd the, digging resign that omce when the committee ben Jones charged 'with the murder1'

*,. vQL the effort being made to open transAtlantic states that there was something Four Hundred Men Idle. .of the canal by -the .government-;: and 'holds Its next meeting. Mr.: Fletcher ot: Barney Anderson Tarpon Springy. ,.

10' ; service between the cotton wrong at Georgal somewhere, but About 400 men, employed In the that the present ncresa should bl' said,, when'asked when/the committee Jones' attorneys had Instituted habeas T f
J and for the of urged to take the.movement in .band. would meet, that he had not decided
belt Europe purpose leaves further Investigation to Chancellor shop of the New York Central and corpus proceedings secure their cllcnf '-
Jt putting the agricultural product of Barrow and his faculty, Georgia Hudson River railroad at West Albany ; and' 'would not make any announcement freedom until his case: comes to -I

, the south on ''direct,export.. These, resolutions being; putbackInto 1 good favor along N. Y., have been laid otto This is FOR VIOLATING COCAINE'LAW., of the meeting until he had con trial, in the circuit court but th*. de.

V have,been adopted by the association .. with; Tech' : about a quarter of the entire force. ? .ferred .with member ''of' the committee clilon of Judge Wall'' remands ,him to I'
for"''the last,'three years.' ,Three Atlanta. .Druggists .and, a. Physl, and learned their 'views, as to the jail without ball. '

The 'draft of the uniform pure'food FOR. CRIMINAL LIBEL' TOOKSWEETHEART, FROM RIVAL clan Got It "In the* Neck. .time ''for holding the, meeting. -

'" law was',,submitted, &nd..approved, the"' -. Fines ot ,,50'and, cost for 'viol i From every section In middle, apt!'
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association referring: .such, draft to Editor Hearst, Is' Held on '$500. Bond Jilted Lover Acts the Highwayman In Uon of'the cocaine ordinance were lira H.rry'L. Snyder,formerly 'a' /Clerk south Florida 'come, reports of: large' .

the;cUUeren .atatea for,!their consider, by New York Judge. Novel Fashion. Atlanta In the Pensacola postofflce, was sentenced shipment -oforange,' .and It ''Is said n
In the recorder's
posed court '
'at eratton.- : ; to serve on day in the penitentiary whole business is now'dOlMt''
Justice Watt In the court of'spe When John Hall of Camden. S. C., the orange
,There were numerousaddresses. during clal -session'at' New York Thursday, was'' half wayt' between! South Mills Wednesday morning 'against.'thre: by, Judge Oscar R. Hundley, who on a cash basis; Very little {,,1.; sent,

; the day, ,relating principally to held,William Randolph Heart for the from 'Elisabeth City N:-C., with Miss. druggists-Drs.; Coursey, A.a-: Munn, I* conducting tbe sessions of' the Unit, forward on consignment 'and Inv"many>.? '

uses ;of fertilizers. In, the southern grand Jury In 9500 on a charge of criminal Maggie Sawyer, .of; the former place, and. A.' C. Wensp' 1. :. ed States court for Judge Sheppard. Instances 'the fruit Is bOQhtora, th.' ')

state. libel preferred by William, Aston .' in" a''buggy Wednesday: morning," on ; Dr!;;, JV: H,Klng. :physician: wa Snyder entered a plea of' guilty to the trees..One ,dollar and fifty, .nts'",per.

.The"assoclatton'reached an adjourn Chanler,. : e- their way:'to ''be'' married they were held for'tt'state court In 'two case :charge of rifling: letter while?*. plerk.l box 'seems to be the ruling price when '

meat sin die at' 8 p;'m.,. &ntl.the balance ' The charce.. against'- Mr. Hearst' held up by Edmund Dally of South tor) violating the state, law'regulatlnft thus, obtaining sufficient money: to send the purchase I I. made In'this way;.
of.he. days< devoted to a' "' the sale of cocaine and"other.narcoticdrugs. to a northern ''city ,to a 'girl to whom t
., : drew out .ot a publication In the New Mills! a rival for, the/young ,woman's "" '
''rid, over ,the .city, of Columbia, and York.Evening Journal,''concerning, the' )hand and when. Hall refused,to 'halt he, 'was engaged.' Ha COmfP.ODded' The steamer Falcon of'the; .Tampa1
t *; her-- suburbs,. the guests being ei ter- case 'of Raymond Hitchcock, the 'astor he was shot but not seriously wounded ' Dr..King bad given pre.cniptio'za for ;wfth her through an advertisement and Bay Navigation company,' libeled ,for '

' talned Informally at the Country Club .; Mr.. Chanlesname.:, was. 'mewUoned ,'. ;;Daily (then took' the struggling cocaine; and the'three druggists had although! she promised to come to Pen- varlqua debta;'PILI sojd by the United
Commissioner' Watson of South filled them without complying with the sacola Immediately upon"receipt of/the States marshal to Oordon 7aatr
tty connection ,with the artIole. woman Into his owns buggy and .disappeared. ... Jceneri. j,
b, Carolina: ,', ., city, ordinance..:, money, she never arrived. :" pa, for. $150.Uneasiness- '.

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-' POISONED "BY: CORN .PLASTER., ROOSEVELT The steamship.' ,.Cllnto.;; Captain:Jam.k. which hal prevailed ,laPensacola
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SENATE. I KILLS. LOCKER'.8ft..U, -,' Csar'aivea Draft f or,124>, 02,2OO.to Japan : _J*__ . . :McKay, on her' last trip out,from'Punta for nearly'. "two "wekJtkii;

;...:" Representative"*. Trivial. 1Act( Causes Death of .Aged St. Chalrm.n.Thomp.o Say Alabama Oo4di."'for Havana. Cuba,',carried I the fla.yy department, woaldseud'; '
,Meaeur*, .Was Pasd by AlabamaHouse . The Russian at3bassador'handod'' ,a __ Louis Woman:! .666 head cattle., furnished "jr. Kink vessele; now being'repaired'at't $ local.

,'' But.Got N'Furthr.Ehrough' : : tlU02,200'draft to theJapanese diplomatic Blood poi ol tnli' resulting: 'froni baring ''Delegate* Will Be Instructed' Brother, Wash"t.ancford. 14 Kotfa and : yard to''northern"'navy;: : : ,'f.""*/ tf

the,.C rmlcb el'bill for,the representatives In London Bat.nrday. 'trimmed' a corn ana.''applied; at 'Chairman. J. O. 'Thompson of th WTH; ': | Hooker.. 'This ,Is"the tecond : throwing hundred "of men otjMtployment ? .<

t pVewntlon' of sale'and distribution, The money represents the balance corn plaster two weeks ago., caused : Alabama, J'OPubUcaa 'state executivecommittee 1are'feareo'( of cattle sniped,,'recently 'was dispelled a ',..r'

UduBi '; in'and- b7 clubs. was.pauedIn : due th. mikado from the ciar.for: the death Wednesday of,,,Mrs..:Benjamin stales positively that !Ae from Punta Oorda. At presen there! ao':when.:: InfermaUon'eached.the

the Alabama,ho,:, ,. It mets'Wterpj { maintenance,;of .Russian, prisoners In KImball at hr home In St.. .:Louis.Bhpwsi'pixtilve'7ears .. Alabama 'delegates",will, go to the_4;* 'is,about $500,000 worth of beef, ,cattWJri : 'that:' tho.."'veSl 1a'"'noW:bring

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VBLU- .FRIDAY, .. Kissimmee Drill Co. KATZ'SFALL .
'Office In,Valley' Gazette Building.KJBBUU1KB. WOMAN'S MEDICINE"
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.OSCEOLA OODMTT. FLA. ,
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1r WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. ,
W. B. HARRIS, Editor aid, Prop'r. : YOU SUWCU the fill of womanhood. ,
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sl as so many women do suffer r Do 700'want .
BCBSCRimON RATES We carry the lara-est'and to pt well without ,tbe aeceeiny .
_._ *MU>.... ..... .....-........ .. .at : most varied stocklof our tine of palafBlezanUaatloDsand en>bejrMlnonraltatloasr "

;::=:tame ta BMath.,.ell.:.::.;:::::i":::"::: ,:. '. In town. remedy waist into Do you your want boa.to anrt take ear a GOODS

All ._ e.gt fn Mr . ,,1r-_am.v.+ .,:--1mberinmi; ; b,the wriurr We carry : none but the '''
artur.W edb.rtur..d. galeMla4tb.rMtaffle.hi freshest and purest of drugsat BENEDICTAIs \\\\\\\N\N\\N\\N\N\\\\\71\\\N\N\\\\M\MN\\\\\\\\M
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i' all times. a'"Woman's Ready A
Medicine.
rIfd1 A preawtptloa for inspection.
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I.. d .......u s.tsw. Your prescriptions are filled of a physician who _d. th. study of Fe.

k\ r by a Graduate in Pharmacy successfully_I. IMaeaaes by him hi* specialty.la aU ......It..-was It Real has line of ReadytoWearGarments' :

Friday, November 29, 1907.. ;besides five years'actual, experience been .... aeceMfuUy by thousands of Men Women H ;
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: women daring the year chow Frogre ,
.elTe .... '
<1'I pbyslclaas also found It a
Mr, D. N. Fletcher Jacksonville, Doesn't this mean some able assistant,wbea they desired to avoidan and Children at '.

I 6'A..'the latest aspirant for the Seo- thing ? ."
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f atorlal top. having announced his I ...... 'We carry sufficient help to'': operation.'BENtDICTA prices as low as' consistent -
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candidacy through the JaeksonTlllepapers \-i Joti.. deliver your packages withina I* a vegetable .....edr.: It Is ..0. from with qualfty and .
t a .last, week.' Several of the went ettb* .Vlbralln ' .,R.otat7 few moments after the pur roots herb and barks known to poee.ce
his Sln.We Of'. eTbwdICr'o I 8rUc) .. properties whteb.have a weaderfal curative ,+:
State papers are espousing cause eewlna KacblDe write 10 chase. This' Is 'not idle workmanship..
aDd toale effect the female organs and
and be Is already being classed among TIE NEW NOME SEWIM. MACNIII CIMTARfOreina boasting, but we want your' aerroai aystea upon Without mentloalng .... ----....------"

.. tie leaders-Bryan and .:Mallorv-Inthe M ..r wwl...m.chl..e..*....imd Mas.W*soU*. re..rdl.r dwiitr business and we know -we many forms of female troubles that womensuss YOUR SOLICITED
TRADE
race. ,but ik.New Ueae.....10 wsw can please. ,we say that there I Is,no trouble of this ,
1 Our cuanaty. HCVM ra..ocIL kind that ....",eta will not ln.ediately ra-, .
W,' M. Brown former president' of I i .... fcyStanford: ......rllH'4ll dealeras17.oa : -,- - II....and flasHy cur*.; ,. s ', :
ws as ., -
i the defunct Fort' Dallas National BCNCDICTA f zavast.

Beak a'1>Miami has been Indicted by i Carson Craves Hdw. Kissimmee Drug Co., I. prepared carefully and iclentlflcally, and .

the Federal grand jury on 42 counts. I Co., KiSsImnre fit.COMFORTING with the conaeloaineM of the responsibility;
alleging false entries on the books of KUslminee; Fla.aoeooooooooeoooooooooooc. I of giving to suffering women a remedy that
z the bank and .other Irregularities.'Brown . ----- --- will not only: be b.D.flcll.but alllo harmless Kai .
In effects, no matter what may be the con. z.
will probably I have to "uft'er"be WORDSMany dltlonof the woman taking It.

consequences! of his misdeeds, but -WE AUK AGENTS FOtt- It la sold at 11.00 per bottle, by ; r t
this will be ,small consolation. for .

those poor peoplewho. lost their alla Florida !Household Will International Harvester Co. Roberson's' Pharmacy -
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the .masb; Kind Them So;

MWit" .Gasoline Engines.., KISSIMMEB. FLA. =
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To have the pains and !achvn of a ,
The engagement is announced 6 f
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bad back removed; to be entirely free .. BAQGAINS IN
Miss 'Eleanor Howell daughter of from' annoying ilaneernuA urinary The Best ori the Market. We .
Clark Atlanta Con.
Howell] of the
disorders is enough to make any kidney will make you close crices on Engines .
Ututlon. one of the most distinguished
,'" of Southern editors and DemocratloJuden' sufferer ratful..' To tell how thisTreat and Pumps in running Orderon
he brought about Summer Goods Ii ; .
( change can :
r. aDd Mr. E. R.' Gunby, of your farm. .
will prove comforllnir words to hun

Tampa. Fla., a prominent lawyer and dreds of Florida readers -' .-_. _.." ___n._ __ . ___> ______'__ ._ __ '
e'' recognized leader of tbe Repuoilcan W. L. Van Duzor & Co. <' '!
s party tn this! State.. The little god A. Oerttnir. seaman of 419 T. Street, r .
Pensocola, Fla., tells how to do it. I
heed lines 'l
Cupid gives no to political Ate'
'' He says: "FroWi" mv experience with ,
or party 'prejudices when shooting
u >;lila arrows 'through. human hearts. Doan's Kidney fills I can stronger \-Ar..J A.e t ans A aala.fi,abc.l4.e./4. Dry. Goods. Clothing, Shoes

One of the best wars to" reconcile the recommend them to any one iu need of 1 M. TILLER > .
medicine for Kid-
good thy kidneys.
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stubborn differences In life is ''to fuse ney complaint and backache caused! i and Notions.

.1 them In matrimonyLive. 'Oak Dem-> me suffering at intervals for years. Real Estate Agency. > ,
first second attack. I did not .J.y
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mind, but as time went by they
Treasurer W. V. Koott has just worse and-at time laid me up. I Realty bought and sold. S* .
f could hardly walk and It was a difficult
notified our worth tax collectors that matter to straighten after stoop Houses rented. Jf t n C. STANFORD COMPANY. )

until further notice they must remit to ing; while the kidney secretion were Taxes paid and Titles verified t ,. .
the state treasurer currency br ooln Irregular and unualural. Dona'a Kid j for non-residents. Paint and 'PaperImprove

per express ohargescollect. We don, ney Pills cured me. From personal! Fire, Life and Accident In- ? 'Y

.. think the 'precaution 'necessary, and experience be depended I know upon that to this fulfill remedycan the surance. and protect! your house. BARGAINS AT CASH STORE I ::
S, 'at.this time It will tend to shake the representations made for it."' t Indemnity Bonds.| k* I will be pleased to brine my 1907 ,

r' confidence. of our -people' In the For: sale by all dealers. Price fJO tr-9.;' ..,._-4r.PiFNfiF'Vr'tt.g make sample any books suggestions to your In house the latest and .,
atabllltr of the. banks which is not cents. Foster-Mlibnrn Co., Buffalo,
New York.sole agents. for the United .. decorations that you may desire. Calico 5c perjd. Picture. and Picture Frames .%Act
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t Justified by their financial 'condition Drop me a card and I will cheerfully
At the' present .time and under States.BMnember the* name-Doan's-end G. F. KRIBBS furnish estimates on paper White Lawn, 40 In. wide, 16o per,d. to 35c.Spool.'

''I presehttonditlo tu, ''people will fine take no ocher;' learnJ.H.REDDITT and paltflTnif : : : : : : : Lace 5{ In. rude. worth SOc sells Thread at 4o.

It difficult. to meet the payment'' 6 fI ATTORNBY
,I taxes, note** they can draft on their Office in the Court House-Kis- qEO E A.OHLANDO. BA1 EB Caislmere Pant worth 12.60 sell

bank account, and have aame accepted simmee Florida. at $1.75. ', Good Door Lock with two keys, 20o., ,

I by lobe tax collectors. We sincerely .. FLORIDA Pin Strip Pasta, worth l.fio, sell at Nice Suits. Clothe. worth H4, at NO
With whom will be associated in the -
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; 'hope the.& the order will be rescinded tl.OO.
Th.banks: are alright and their'' trial offcauaes tbe law firm of - One-gallon, Coffee.Pots. go at lie.
precautionary .
a measure, were takes. to .;;(Mas..v' & Warlw of CHEAP Jeans Pants", ,;worth,; > ,fl.75.'" .sell.'at.' ;'; New Dress Goods. from 15 to :! e.Yo"uwill'findBargains .
' FOR SALB 1.25. 0 : ,
pretest their. d poilU>ra.-".Polt) county ,, -,. :" ),::1.'., ,J:2':, :(: : ,:iOo.\\'! )/, _,,_ , ':2:. "-, .,\, ,1 \ . ,
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of "I' f\\'alfl\ iy$ : 1Iiiti': .''lll'.It, :In Shoes
One the most disgraceful acts ,," ., OR; LESLIE W; WEEDDN. ,,' :.t'i'F SOLD.QUlCK f"i: : : ':.r .t

t ,ever perpetrated by .men having ordinary I
Every Day in the Week.
I intelligencewas the resolu- Specialist-.Eve, Ear The hotel. 'The Inn/ .

'lion adopted.bv the Business Van Duzor
Men's The comer.
Nose and Throat.
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League<< (supposedlyliquor dealer The Okechobee House.
*), of Jacksonville last Friday, V w V V y V \
when they condemned and 'called I The Waring cottage.

y upon the school board .to 'stop the : : Private' Hospital, American Na- The old Makinson comer.

children In the public school' frombeing tional Banlc'Building Tampa, New '
taught ''the doctrine of I prohibition Florida. Two cottages and one lot on "OoqdsNQW

; the ringing' of prohibition JEWIELER AND the O'Neal Addition.

i song; and listening to orohibltlon WATCH REPAIRER. Y

address. :This I* a ,deadly parallel Call and see my Line of Watches Orange'grove* horse, wagon and ARRIVING EVERY DAY..

-1k ) 'to ibe"''speech'ot: one of the harness, cow and bull calf.

) i officers' ,of the Ohio State Liquor Old Watches taken as Part Payrelent W. L. }V1NN. The property of HarrvW, Thur- DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM, 0'

League when be told the assembledsaloon on New Ones. P..ICJ.JIf ;
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man. Apply to the owner or J. M.
men that "the future' of
: your ..
business.. depends' upon the creations Any article pf Jewelry Promptly Ordered '._.._e.a._.. ... aswrr- YVUlson Jr., Kissimmee Fla. '
...m........,. .......- C. W. DANNOutf
s appetite among the boys, and upon Iiequ sU Terms easy, part may remain on .
r i' that nickel spent. In t.re&t.l. with the Die J. W. SIMPSON 1 ,
boy, will return dollars'' to: your mortgage. filter\ forMen.Vomen, and Ohi dr.n.

...111. after the appetite!; ha been form I Osceola County DENTIST. J
- f ed." Most..the cradle, and school "''''' .."" ....., ""
CITY BARBER SHOP
!It v,+' ,house*1: be robbed',[of our boy, to Office over Osoeola Pharmacy., .
I keep the saloon,' Abstract U a. m. to v12 m. : A .t
OFFIOB
:1' men, In .bu.I....? Company HOURS .
(1:30. to 5:30: p, m. t
This. one! act, of the Jacksonville i Telephone No.,76 .Juo 6. Ivr. Now Open for Business
business .men'.' should turn the '- '
- in Patrick's Old Stand.
vote of every father for prohibition.-. : S. I H BULLOCK.!MANAGER. == REVIVOIEITGIEI .O. A.CAON '.JOHN M..LBB,._. :Nt L..CAao.0 ..
St. Loot Tribune. vimrn NEW CHAIR, .........\ Vlce-rreeUe ,G..r. .

r4 Always Wee Sick Real estateTitles NEW RAZORS ,State Bank of Kisslmttiee.Kissimtnee .

,,1 When a man',,says he always' was ,Taxes examined paid for non-resident and reported on "I... aWtlIMM NEW EVERYTHING.Satisfaction ,.:' , .,
Fla. ,
tok-troubled with cough ;
a that Instruments
relating to real estate .
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y .lasted all. winter-what would YOU' _carefully/drawn - ',' 1
6 think If be should say-he never. was THK .f II." .... Guaranteed.. .A.. DF c.ITAL.\;: :.,............ ... s 110 eoo 00

sick after using B a)lard'* Horehound Correspondence' Solicited. G -.&!'.r ...;..... IITCKK..LDB" LI4.ILITY........... .. 'M 000"
4" 'Syrup. Such a man ex II... Mr. ,' : "...."0 seA .. -. .Y am NO rAv., DE.o.ITO" 6SCURlTy.1;: .. .......... ",, /a91100 N',,
J. C. Clark Denver Colorado' write** ,' 'Iaai easy w tm .. .. Is sass /
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1 "Foryears I was troubled with.a ,.. e---- '.CmreewhevetaersfaU... prompt set Car.fi.7 An..llotl ,.. .,.' ... ,I.
z4 severe cough that would --J> their loe, aakood..ae gtvse : "... ...
' i iwinter: .;This. cough left me last In all a eI4...._...a .tae'.- .-.cover. It e.nlekly their ymthtal and quietly very reMerro by. j 1 trwnt-. .b" to .... Excksats Rood: at fill palate at cb..psyt I
> miserable condition.' 1..led Hallard'a NEW BICYClf( SHOP a.05N .* ea, Loa vitally ...\M : : BI181"E' ) '*
Horehound Syrup and have bad WeekoMeeoohMLie.Fewer,VKUII lsem.ry.. W.LVanpyzor&Co.B () Y/UR BOLICITBU.HARRIS ;'
not a : WaMlm* DI_.sad .(_of eeexeeee -obis.. : tf
'wkday since.. It did ead _*!. for .
;*'' :1101' me/*? bfober.os Mdy.biulaee 1a.twlkl ? .
Bold ,Phar- : --' BO sly eane '
BANNER
.GUY. Prop.Bicyles. by.t.rttm .> tbe diasa...
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... NellM: plat civw I.Ml*dkoeetsd reH "
Saver Tea. iM the SlT e..yeeitli. Ik ward .; ... '.
\ 1: 0ro..klagdt..s.. Ja.i.sosb.vl.e1lSYIV.. "
.. Guns so etitor. I.as IN e.,..... I.vat _..K By '
: ESTATE '
a The Ladies Aid Society .Etc. : '
; will give' : a Repaired .$11.St. '"O per s..k ..,_ml*for .IID. We J -R L. ,:... D:' i '
.. / .tea,at the'' home of Drib and Mrs. tve(.........sad_|t*all wa.wtakll, j. MHARRISMSANITORIUM twANr; .
with AND I INSURANCE
gmmrmmt Ctravhtn '- Attnum
t e .n., C.;, .!Stanford, 'Friday, Dec.,, th. ..,... MUNCUII CO.. MwUeM. *,CMe6*.tt .

'A musical program I.'' arranged aid Agent for Celebrated For Bale.In Kissimmee, J1a., by the .S ., .

)4ia Aultnaau has consented togive' PIERCE WHEELS, Klsstnunee Drug Co..vdrugglts. __-- , ORLANDOFLA; .
a 'palm J'M4hiaThe invitation Is ea.ftiIIa ; .

d..t.q. alL Come aad have a"goodmade .'VANS: AGNEW, -f-- j Mr W'1LLSUNi JR.. A Private! institution built' and equipped with all modern," '

time.... .\ .., ,T' ,notic. PA.., ., ." C . I" ?otSx,.'Pvni.ic.... .' ", conveniences for.sur Ical work and .the. care ,, .d.'treatnleq .of ;
the'sick I :
U "i.1.... prepared tadoflratclas* drab s -.1)| ArromifitY,';AT'TLAW.' .,,.,.. I --r STA ra'..A T'' LAxox$; S.-. .. l

'to'orde.. .Prises yea! : m to.:i call this-and winter see. ,..and*.,ask SatisfactionMRS. the ladle I AKD. NOTARY POBI.IC. J , ,Real.- Estate, Agent.licist1MMish. !. TenmsReasoaabjeWrite. .. ,forPart; ci.re>> !Pr:
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r; We are now receiying' and unpacking the eepunle KEEN KUTTER) I"thre_ Wade pearl,: iandld, .silver:-bol- ,
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shred pocket. knife' worth'. $1.60.' ' "' ,:,. .. 4 1'"V," ,

We will give, to the boy who bring. the second Urged .number ,,of KERN:: '

? most complete line of Christmas Goods ever KUTTER advertisements '"* ''" .. .. ,/.'.. .

r One genuine KEEN. KUTTER{ three-blade. brass-lined, staKan&ed.' : .J

.. pocketknife, worth $1, v; 'I : "-....' ,

f''sHown in Kissimmee. : I And to Jhe boy who bring ur.the thir4 largest camber jj bt KEEN'. ){UT.r" ""

TER advertisements we *, '?">.' ;, .
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; L pocket knife worth.78 cents.
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HTS' SPA: j *! meet roods., just'so it I Is a newspaper or magazine advertisement. KEEN KUTTER.,, ;


t I : i This contest will COM December 25th at 8 o'clock a. tn.. o'
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,. =. Knives now on exhibit. .Come and see what you will rat.

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REMEMBER WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARDWARE. IN OSCEOLA COUNTY .-

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firklsslmmee Valley Gazelle Dwellings, for rent, apply to !M I 1 Don't forget,the Sliver Tea, Friday Ladles' 'embroidered 'collar. at I' A new Use of.Ladles" l Neck "Flxlns1: I '*'J mbo''jum., '

...,...; .......... - Tiller. Deo. 6th.Seventy0. '. Dann's. at Kau's. .
'T.fPMON NO. (1., Oysters In all" styles at Gilbert's. vo rolls fancy matting" a P Price.Davenport Sv C. 'G. .Hardware Get.our prices on Dry Goods before "Jumbo! 'Jum' is' ...he.tlt.l. of a,. ,. 1'' '
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Phone. .84.. .. 47-tf. .. a. C. G. HARDWARE Co.' Co.' buying elswhere presented by local

: ,}PUBLISHED EVERY, FRIDAY H.See C. Embroideries Stanford Co. and For.New Goods, Good' Goods andCheapGoods An elegant line of silks for waists 'CASH BARGAIN STORE. talent' The at young'people the Opera House who tonight.,will..take"' '

I I'' .-8Yw. . ,' go to.the Cash Store and suits at KaU', Mrs; Anton Mack died at her houi P.r. have been practicing for sometime

t't a. tfA.: .......'... thing Try sew the new and barber up-to-date.shQp.Sharp ver rators ) Beauty those "Matchless American Don't fail to see "Jumbo Jum'.. < at on the vest end of Lake Down, Saturday .. under the tutorship of Miss QI..-,
clean towels first-class service.Messrs. Corsets af H, C. Stanford Co. the Opera House tonight. morning, of rheumatism 'of theheart Ingame, the accomplished teacher, of R'
G. The remains 'were Interred In expression in the High School which
OPPIOIAL WtATHBin RKPOBT.A J, E. Beach, and Henry FOR KENT-Two cottages/ In O'Neal Miss Cella' Goodman came down Is a sufficient guarantee Kisslmmee ;
.' ..... t.sis i u_Im *.*k .otltut flu.... Beach, formerly! of Ashton but now I & Osborne addition-one tlve*'room from Orlando last night to visitrelatives. the Ocoee cemetery on Sundayafter: people that each and every' part will. ,
!i 4 M. 1'Ie.be T. 1101. Lakeland, among and one three-room. Apply to noon. We extend sympathy to the be excellently rendered. ; .,
. were the w. L. VAN DUZOB & Co. bereaved family.-Gotba Cor! Orlando A large audience should be present. ,;k. ,;:
R.L.a court visitor! here this week. Mr. and Mrs.-R. D. Fuller returnedto Admission 25c, 35o an4l1Oo., .
..... Mtat Mr. Clayton Porter, a former Kis Sentinel ..
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aIL Another lot of "Cadet" Hosiery r
Lakeside Groves Winter -
boy, and son, of our fellow- near .
just received at Dann's.. While !it would be useless as wellas Lost

.. . .,..." 1 Mrs: Bender is having the outside & :DI. H. Porter, was elected Haven ,thisweek., UD'rue0 say that. Kllllm lee has On Wednesday,30thbetween: F oJd'.,;'
:::;. ..:, ......r : of her handsome & of Punta: Gorda last Tuesday Judge W. r.Carter.: of Tampa, 'was not felt the financial depression from and the golf course, a lad"'. .bro ob.'f'; ;
Broadway
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::. . :: :::: ;71'M: : bungalow a majority of abont. three to one here on business before 'the Circuit which the whole country has suffered Flad..11I please. return same to Mr..' '
brightened with
. . a new coat of paint Drought. Hj'
JSSThanta . ... [ two opponents. Court this week.i. '. feel
... and shingle stain.. 'Joe Nlmlttfrt doIng f the past few weeks: we perfectly '
.: ..... There is M* Reaso* f..:
.. the work,, President Hubert G. Stone and Gen If you are hungry go to Gilbert's safe in making the assertion that' our .
'. quick lunch restaurant or call up 84 town and.county have felt the stringency .Why'your baby should'be
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Manager F.
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' m+e eulmM'tAM'N Fresh stock garden and flower< seedat and have your order sent 'up. :41-tf., fretful during tAle night. '
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the.Kissimmee Drujr: Co. Florida Realty Company, Jackson the cause of thin, sickly
A'N We .are lad.bted0 Chairman me, were In town this week having Special prices on felt. matresses Florida. At the first Intimation of I. natural that a healthy bab :
before the The next ten dais.B.. the'approach of stringency ID the be fat and sleep well., If ,bay
circuit your
W, C. Bass, of the School Board fora court. k
THE LOCAL flELD.a Gazette the of C.'HARDWARE Co. money markets of the' north 'the does not retain Its food, ',don't,. experiment :
four was recipient an
pound sweet, potato of For" Sale at >a BargainOn.. slit management of the State, Bank of with colic cures, and '.oar'. i
fellow varietywhich was call.from these gentlemen medicine but'trv a beta) 'of(WIdtt .
yam grownIn room cottage and four vacant 'lots In Kisslmmee had the foresight I to. begin
his .garden. dropped In for asocial 'chat..with North. Kisslmmee. J. W. SEYMOUR. ; 'Cream Vermifuge, and yon win setts
'editor. making' preparations withstand the see your baby .have oolor'' and Isslg
,King up City Bakery.'pboae (A, ..for.Christmas On account of the Illness! .. bf their pressure, and by the time the wave of as It .1IId." .Sold by. ,Robar.oe_it.
Wide,tbe Tuner, Orlando. .csodles.' : (. White Star LaundryFloyd.. foreman, G.: B. Woodali, the grand depression had r.aobedtbisouth! bad 'hannaoy.. > /

-'f< See new .line of Dorothy Dodd Shoe Rev. W. A. Myers and J. A. Seaman Co. jury were forced i to adjourn for 'a "wipe .. much money on hand a* they

'at, .Dann's. returned from their bunt lastSaturday Messrs., Milliard J , O'Berry_ andLesley portion of the day"yesterday., usually carry, Tbe result has been '

Fluffy: Ruffle" back combs and belts. : and j-euort having bad fine are going right' ahead with Ez-Sheriff C. F, Prevatt ha been hat while there was; a scarcity 'of Cat i y B iEVER1fTi

'si. K&\a' sport.- They bagged about thirty .heir'vegetable farm on Shingle Creek, assisting Sheriff J.:W. Walker In bis money In ctrculationheee. ; l ''aselse. ; .

'. ": 'y.M. will alwajs t find fresh candy at squirrels and a number' birds; .- ''now' : havis/theliM' engine" and duties during Circuit Court this week, where, there has been -.0' lees .f' a.ofldence '11',. .It!':'i'\. \ ..' "li,7.! "

'.. .'......,!:f.,.3.. ,: ni', '. 'sw4s" ':\.',ti47.4f t... & QUeen'Quality' Shoes. ,'.) all'styles' ',.,I pumpInstalled) }'and are'fputting! In and It looks quite natural. to'see''.him ; and "our:;.busfaess ri11i! :and' 11' '.1" 'f :.
-"' Fine line 'watches a' the. Klssim H.. C. Stanford Co.. "' .*- : -: their -Irrigation "LlUlngfThe' otherFarmers at bfl'old post again f> ' citizens generally hard-beee? fMe' 'to ., ..

(mee Drug Co., ' Mr. E.: O. Vans Agnew has ski. of this section sire watching: ', Squire J. F. Williams, of Wblt.t.ler. meet their obligations''as usual/t :' GOOD TO:EAT

New Idea Patterns, 10 cents. at H. cepted a position as book-keeper operations of these gentlemen with formerly county commissioner' from Overhead Irrigation.Mr I .... .. ,
Stanford. deal of Interest.. : '. ". < ..
C. great ''
Stenographer for: the Orlando that district, was In town'this week - -- 'f' ;
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I f;'Regular ,monthly, .meeting 0'.b.' and W aterworks Co., and went up Ingersoll. Midget watches 2.00' at attending court and 'crossing1'palms. J. # Hn iatd.. of ;'UI1U r4'. ,. ,

,school.board next ay.Mr.lfc that city last week to.enter upon, Kate's. V with his many friends In town. Island, is the, Arst'farmer''in this Bread Cake" Pie."" ,

D. Fuller went too to, Waco dutles.< Osceola should send a strong dele" Pansy Seed and' all other kinds of county to try overhead Irrigation, 'Candies 'I Raisins '* : .- '' ili ,

l ,.on a business trip Tuesday. Headers of the Saturday Evening It'.tloli to Orlando tomorrow to hear flower seed and bulbs. 'We have Just and he Is so well pleased' with It,that t Nuts Cracker; It'' '*.'*, ,.
will Poet and Ladle. Home Journal received our new stock 'and it can'tbe be Is now preparing to Increase the Pckies, h
Tbe'oou.ty:commissioners meet renew their subscriptions with lecture Or> soils by a government beat. Send for price H.t.KENNERLY" capacity of his plant and enlarge, his CannedQoode l',,';i>:; '
. in regular session neit.Monday.. : A. Russell, authorized agent for Curtis .spert.- cur People are just beginning SEED STOREPalatk'.l'la, acreage.Ai 01 '" '

- Btgilbt'' window curtains'Just. arV Publishing J Co., and save undertake truck growing in the present Mr.. ,, Milliard only has Pickled Tripe!' <:":, *$$ .. ,, ,

rlveJ at 8. C.. G.. Hardware. Co., postage.;, tl.50 a year 48tf proper way-by Irrigation,and scien Lou will bnd Ory GOODS, Shoes, and a half acres under: irrigation Pickled. Pigs'Feet. ,,v ...'.
ogs ,
'oJ"I: Leave packages. for the White Start Corless Coon & Co.'s'collars I In onefourth fertilizing-and need alt the Information Notions, Hardware, Grsniteware..* I. this manner,, his grove being Pickled : :, ,.. ''I. ,..;
/", Laundry wlrt Quinn Ed mood son 47t sjtes' at.Dann's: they can obtain as 'to tbe Tinware'Glassware.at the Cash ID.Store.fact almosteverything watered oy surface irrigation. He neue. . pt': ; ,

;:4 Children's' )underwear, knit saquei; Mr, Jim. Carson and >IIss r'I'adaptation certainsoils, for certain F. H. LAWBON.' now has cabbage onions and lettuce', Pickled Beef .-'.,. .1,, '?.

end itToves,. At the Cash Bargain. Carson, fame home from SLeUOUaher.ltyl' . .' Mr. W. C.Pirsonsbas arrived from which he says are as fine as they .;Salt MackereV'. 't; ; t

, St.o..r' ;.. last Saturday to,spend ,'A nice line of lOo outings; at. tbe ,Arizona to speed .ome weeks looking could have been in,one and of which'will our' most 'i .'
! The City Counct'wlll meat In r gu- Sunday with' their;'' parents.' Cash Bargain Store. favorable seasons Oil Sausage :
: after hi.* Interest here. 'H. came, via doubtless yield him a handsome
; '' ; Jar mbnthly! session next Tuesdayflight. were accompanied by Miss ''Messrs. 0.- A. Beach and J, B. : New York and reports a very pleasant revenue By next fall,be' .pec\II to LOCK: KVTTEII ON ,ICfc

5r ..k'Quifrn Hewlett, a,fellow student at the ,University Padgett accompanied by their. families trip. In company with. his partner have a larger well and engine and

':.:.1, Edmond on will call and get hare_been spending the wee"'. In I Mr. J. M. 'Lee. Mr Parsons spent a will Increase five his acres overhead Irrigationto << Come .and-See.Us at; Old w

',.. ='j our 'packages for the, ", .White". Star New line of W. B. & R. O. Corset.Ill M.It.....- Beach and Padgett are I I I day or sosat the Lee) Parsons ranche cover. _. PostefficeML. : '/i
. ..Laundjjy, ( -t.t sites up to 30, at Kan's. former'owners .of the Asbto'o. turpentine South this week.PLANTS. .- For Sale or Rent.. ;-Six: room,. cot-- J \ys
. at port
M... C. V. Dearden.Cbrisban .'
. Apply to >
Cogferego. "
. I Tbe annual' Methodist Mr;,. Sam Griffin of Orlando was farm, the'.ar. of which was We are now taking! orders age. .>,.OOHOON. ..a.OIUMAH. 1
,'. for Florida will. meet in Tampa on De- town on ,business .Tuesday ,Sam I some time ago and ,for pJ'Dt'0 be delivered in Oc- Endeavw Orfaaized.
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',.,.'."'. oember 12th.. largely Interested .In . i Mrs. M. Tiller asd daughter bliss timberlands at Waco. and suit brought against them for alleged kinds by the million: Cabbage, Lettuce church the 1 oung People's Society >
PHARMACY
Virginia; spent tbe'day, la Orlandolast I thinking of moving to Kisslmmee,' due .1,'E." Beach and the Beets, ._Celery..Send,for Onions.price list.Cauliflower, of the Christian Endeavor was ORLANDO, {{ : +

Saturday that be can go back and forth. on Realty Campany on ac KENNERLY'S. SEED STORE,' reorganized'under favorable circum, j '. '
;
I stances. We full line of Drugs,.Ned'ti V'j
oarrv a'
railroad.\ of said sale Palatka,. Fla.,
";: : Jtek wbidden'I., prominent Midland The following officers were elected] '
;Jlr. : '' JO iH'C1aar., Tobaooos, Flu Soaps, ,
tr Polk ,cattle maD, has been In A beautiful 1 line of White tibirtNailltl Smoke Key West; Havana, the best I .Mr. J, 'W..Seymour, wbo,has been Miss Mabel Parker president; Mrs. .:*J ,s ,
county and Toilet Articles.
at H, C. Stanford Co. >0 cigar on the market.' spending several days 'here with, the Lena Barns, secretary: Mr. gene .Perfumes r
town this week. ' Bandy, treasurer Miss hachelIwak.oraanisf. Our stock .Is Bew-jresh", pure, "
'Ca ; ,
of hutllng manager \T..A. Bass &llo town editor's left this mor tp.- for
Lorenc.tbe family
) hats, come Walter : /
: Notice our .dlsplav \ Wed-I and our prloea rlarbL, ,, ..
E ,early and. get a good choice.. of the St. Cloud nlantatlon 1 nesday. from Fort Myers, Miami. While be has nothing" but ':This society will' meet every SUB day Prescriptions promptly and" .0."/ ...*'? t
\ KATZ'' .".) harvested and baled this ome;!lP' wltb'.a shipment, of 12,500 good words for the Eat Coast country, evening at. 8:30,, The public Is c0.. : '- .

< Phone your wants 'we .do, the run twenty tons of clean'crabgrasa': hay :: pounds of Bali which he brought' for Mr.' Seymour; still .retains a warm di ally tDvlt.ed0 the attend these, services ' nUy WJ1 compounded.a. '....Orlando' call on used"we->-< ' ; 3""+. '
people.
.. sing.i . and has been hauling some of It the,.W. B. Maklnson Co. Cap, Bass spot.In his heart for Kissimmee' and I ,.e."peoI.U1 young I will treat right.. . "j r '_ 1
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i I". KisMMtfK. : t>nva COMPANY. town for market this week. He has had'tbe bull of the.Steamer. Sue .altogether within the' bounds' of Send your collars, cuffs and' shirts you ' _
Mall orders specialsteotloel
, : -Florsbeim's. $6 Patent. Oxfords' are ready sale) for It here'at; t 25 per ton.., .. ; which was burned some time ago possibility that he'maydeclde to 'r. to the white Star Laundry. ,Quinn | given ; .
, the co.h1DI.1 to style comfort ..rebuilt and be says.be' Is In better turn hereto live. Edmondson,will call for your pack' DR.. R.J. OIJ LHALM.: ; } G} '. "
colors'Darro. velvet Ribbon If will notify him. ,47-tf,
.. H. C.-' Stanford Co. 'All ages yon '
Found ,
us. at.
onlv., H. C.,Stanford. Co.When' shape now than ever, He Is now running ColJ.Wi... Ad hold,. who, Is 'thedldett tYwsaw.cey.ea.laaeia.swtifaA-! ; ,
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.v Into Lake Okeechobee from Fort SUH Burned.
X. 'Inhabitant of this town both Turpentine
deputy Breaker accepted h ; ,
'opllector
inir Chu. P. Lynch, Dr.
,; ; in the waterdoesn't
-: ' of;.Internal revenue, was":''Jn d agency for the 8tanLoD"PlbU.bla.co. deposit Mer"I.n4, rise In says timeto'. case, bring the" oranges ageand In point:: of-'residence'may .therefore as ,well be, justly as, in the.'On 20th.Wednesday'tile turpentine night still, November of Bigbam Right Away StiI Ir.St.! ,;
to'tnak' ;
' ,town Monday on bis,, "1'I1ar'rOIl .,. e"was required up from Baslnger by, the' Kisslmmee termed the-father bf Kisslmmee. celebrated A Farmer, situated about four
t :of Inspection:, of Wai so evidence of Direr Route, that b*' will be birthday miles north of Narcoossee., was, destroyed
81st ,
bis.
/, r For Jlr'kla.worlr, p..troalu' the faith. Not having several the money by bios able to carry them back the other way During hl"'entire 'residence yesterday' of over <.lx barrels by of fire, turpentine, together! with'thirty&Del.' about. S, LSMf'H': i:00.tProp'a'; J

't' 'White Star \ ndQdeIvermyour) 1 he borrowed It of persons' to-Fort Myers.. This; will probably twenty..years hereT :Colonel vWerhold\ _DL-I1... barrels of rO' D. The NeW'Bi.'GeiMI'! I
, :' su>D will call for small amounts, taking down 1 ; Teems:
; 47-tff be good pews to. the growers In .thatsection.1. has consistently. worked for the totm.'. loss .is sbroetiilng ,..overS2.000. ,' with.
t .. packages .oldstand.i names and ,turns furnished.' Ber ,... .,. . promotion and .upbuilding, 'both in to: 111'I1In_. Preni r- "' New.barber bOP at Patrick's the mVnev come on his first order, > \ ." *W* B**M *MVll M > !, t : ''
: Service by; a tonsonlal arils He paid back .all ,;'B1* room'' house ..aDd.t.,. o; iota, In] the capacity'of mater, which office beheld I Resiaswee For pate. .. '' . '
( ,iconversant wltft' all tbs J.ten. fads n lost the paper. good 'locailon.Blouse: insured for for; several]. fermi- lad l. as' aprlvateoit4zen I Ism now o fler Ing..JDre6ltJeD ft' aIMaln.t.reet. j
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barbering and -
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; which be"'d., Two good ; ..Will. for WOO if taken . ..
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'.i ou''jGull4' will '....,;:..t. ,\be till ha* 'L60 V,- locations Price! $400. For particulars the Valley:' .,jGazefcte.liaV:\wishing tbeColonel within. the nest fifteen daysv It" : , ... "l" >
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Bust.
Plaster
Ud In
Scorching Reply to' Commission by Attorney ----y- r
1&teIi.
tetters airship are the .
1 And Hold the Present Cotton Cummings, Representingthe ThrougHighways.During. : .. novelty of by the French J>ostlrten?.. '

l 9 Georgia Railroad, th 'past few year. the ten- party of military
tF Last month a
,,urAP rN 3 / for Fifteen Cents '
,; i CpyrON'T Crop ency ,to give more attention to the', 'Saute ;'ascended from Meudon and ,
::1# 'YQ swYM1!' / General' Counsel' Joseph B. Cummings construction of through good road* steered for the War omce at Part.*.

.. "w of the Georgia road' hILI made a baa been clearly'appprent Primarily When over' the building the airship
.. OFFICERS' It I.'' known that: good roads are aD.I to' a halt and n I*"**
SAY OF UNION warm was brought
,; reply to the letter recently sent I absolute necessity to everyone who, addressed to the Minister of War,. '

I.1\\ ', ';\ him by Chairman :McLendon of the wishes to !get to the market place G.n. Plcquart-dropped from tQ *ar.:

without waste of time and energy, the aeronaut
Georgia state railroad'commission, 'In Through their ,glasses
Important Meeting of Board of blreo and roads hare been built with that watched the missive In Its descent
which the chairman declared that the Idea In mind. Dut with the progress secured i iturned
tors of Farmers Union, Held In and as soon a* It had been ,,!;
"Georgia road was not an -outlaw," of the automobile'and its Use as a the aerostat and made their
New Orleans Plans
of'
means transportation. conditionsn1
1
In' his letter Major to Mention
Cummings back
says' way
changed *.tth..h. road
Are Outlined. and .m.1'
-- -- ---- method I*
the chairman has set up a man of tasLbecome a necessity. A very ingenious delivery of

A"plan to reduce the acreage of cot. straw and valiantly knocked him In the State of Connecticut an appropriatiort' letter plaTed ,to to then Islandshof the Tonga

ton 'next year In an. effort: *'to control down, has made several misstatement* ago for was the purpoe-of first made extendingthe a year ortwo group In the ... lIc. These Island. '

i it its' price was arranged', the meeting about his.letter, and then takes up' the"outlaw" trunk lines, and It may be noted guarded a* they are by London dangerosuirook TIM, ""
and breakers, says
held In New' Orleans Saturday statement a.' an example of the tendency and hazardous ornear "
difficult
are
Bit. a"
toward the stabllshmentof through
by the ,board of directors of the Farmers ''"Hon. S. Q. HcLendon; chairman railroad road system that that State at a the last, approach '.nd would often were

Educational commission-Dear Sir ,I have this the ordinary outlineof'delivery, ems
k and Protective Union : ; session of her Legislature appropriated
morning letter of ,for a'much ployed have to go Tett.".**. To obW,
yesterday
of America. A meeting was called your : ., larger amount of money that carries ,the.,
which please.accept my thanks., than ever to be"' used for tbls' pur- ate. this the steamer !
to be held In Memphis on January mall Is supplied with skyrockets, by'means
The purpose of my letter of'November pose.Not v projected
7 next to lay this plan before the cotton 14th. to which yours Is a reply.was to be outdone by other States. of which letter onto are the shore.,
Missouri bat taken up the subject In across the: danger one, .
farmer Of the 'south. toget, the name of the civil engineer During the winter when St. Kljda-
and
earnest although she has only
The proposed reduction In acreage of who examined the Georgia railroad. recently become one of the State-aid has no direct communication with the

cotton is to fix.. the minimum of cotton This purpose was natural, .and legitimate States.. she nnw propose. tn.' Vi.lt/t mainland, the Inhabitants. deposit
and was supported by reasons I tb.th ;.hlah'to connect their letter In email,buoy of a peculiar

at about 15 cents per pound. which seemed to me 'to be proper and St. Louis and Kansas City. Three shapeThese are then thrown1

The holding by cotton..planters of not wholly without merit routes were proposed but it was not Into the ..a. and are by' the currenta

at least 8,000,000 bales of this 'year's "You decline to give this Informationat expected that the State Doard of Agriculture ,carried to the tanlnlanj. where they
and theircontent
would endorse than are rescued from the wave
crop In warehouses until cotton brings present I was prepared In a measurefor more taken to the nearest post- "
one. However, so much Interest and
.' 15 cents a pound was the' principal this declination by having observedof enthusiasm\ was manifested and so office. A floating post office consistIng -

t cleverest cartoon by Brewerton, In the.Atlanta Journal! object of the meeting of the board late that the railroad commission or much rivalry became apparent that of a painted cask is attached by

I of directors. Considerable reticencewas rather, you. Its chairman are disposedto at the meeting of..the board last chains to the rock at the extreme

DAY OF' CHEAP* MEAT IS OVER shown as to the purposes of the render Its great powers more appalling month, the three routes were duly point of Terradfel Fuego. To this

meeting. The financial situation was by enveloping Its acts In portentous approved. Ooveruor'Folk la author strange office, which Is under the Joint f,

thought to require the most careful mystery. Having discharged, though ity'for the assertion that these roads, protection of all nations every paw

According. to Statistics, a Large Part of (the Population Will Have l to Do Without It--. cooperation by planters In order to without success. my: undertakIng. as beyond question will be built. The Inc ship sends' a- boat to post and- '

People Eat. Leu and Less--Onj!, 59.3 as Much Per Capita''' as in hold'up the price -of cotton legal adviser of the Georgia railroad tor different roads will counties pass are through'to> take action which this the collect:J. A.letter O'Shea relate bow Butalne, ',

|840- -Many Causes Contribute to This Condition. the warehouse and to make a get the name of the examiner and Investigators month with reference to providing during the siege of Met, sent a mar,. |?

i' Washington\ D. C.-That a time i II rapidly coming when a large part warehouse receipt on cotton as nearly of the railroad's property I tor: their share of the financial end. age through the enemy' line' A T

!r of the population of this country must go without meat. Just u. many of I as possible" the equivalent of money.. shall now In the, freedom of our: long IK Pennsylvania and la New York, young Posener. who volunteered forthe

1; the poor do in other countries, is the fact pointed to In a report on meatsupply In order better to Insure the success and pleasant acquaintance and mutual the question of through roads Is a difficult task bad' one of bl. teeth

.' and surplus, which has recently been published by direction of SecretarY -, of the storing scheme. The recommendations regard make In my personal capacity thoroughly live one and there seem drawn and an artificial one. Inwhich'
Wilson and which ,wag written by George K. Holmes chief of the meeting will Httto doubt but that wemay soon export wa a hollow substituted Tn this
division of foreign markets ot the Department of Agriculture. adopted at the some observations on' your letter.
to see great highways built by war placed a quill within which was
Mr.: Holmes doe not assert tbat the day Is near when many Americans be submitted to the cotton -planters "Ton say I contend that the Georgia Stateaid in reduced-
co-operation with the despatch In cipher, by
: must gO hungry for neat The facts he ha set forth however have at- In each of the state represented at the railroad commission has no right to examine various counties and townships. The photography to microscopic minute
.
.tracted much notice among high officials-of the Department of Agriculture.
meeting. These states are: Louisiana the property of the Georgia rail StateHighway Department of, Michigan nee*.
{They admit that his statistic tend to show a growing meat scarcity with
highermeat: price Texas. :Mississippi. Georgia Alu- road without the knowledge or consentof I ,. it Is said favors the project of Then disguised as a beggar b*

I Nothing is more common In these days of prosperity than the remark bama.Tennessee, Oklahoma South Car some officer of that company. building a road 13C miles In length left the town, the sentries, to give-

that every one is eating more meat. This is not the case according to Mr. olina and Arkansas. C. S. Barrett ot "Now my deer sir I really cannot !let from Detroit to Saginaw: and Bay color to the ruse discharging blank
Holmes He has made a searching analysis of the census and other figureson cartridges at him as be- fled: Taken- u
Union City Ga., national president of that
you charge me, as do to sentence -' City.The'
you
[ meat supply surplus and the like and finds the stock of meat animalsIn benefits of through roads to prisoner by' the Germane, be was
the country diminishing. relative to the population and the consumptionper the Farmers' Union, presided with sheer Idiocy and not deny the various localities, suck as are brought b.forethose. In authority -to-
capita declining. "The union controla 6,000,000 bales It. I.do that I have contended
deny ever
proposed and under way, can hardlybe whom be told such a woful tale of his
Instead of considering cattJe. .beep and swine the principal food animals "
said President C. B. Barrett
- separately, :Mr. Holmes, for comparative purposes has considered today. for anything so absurd. You yours overestimated. With such roads uttering at the bands of' the French-
them u merged into.a composite animal. He find that there was" 1.048 of Georgia, of the union "and we are \ t' make haste to admit that I dG"not traversing the States the'building of that be was reused with many .. .

I of a composite meat animal per capita of population In 1840. The ratio confident that at least 65 per cent ot say this In terms but you add thai many branch road cannot fall to be preestons of condolence: He-duly. ; e.,

declined to .860 of a composite animal In 1860 to .838 in 1880; rose to this can easily be held off: the market I dt say It In 'ub\.itance. greatly stimulated.-From, the Good ecuted' his mission
k goo In 1890. but tell more decidedly to .70 of a composite animal'per In- Roads Magazine. In
any the
without suffering resulting to Wen:! Rocbefort.: consequenceof"
"I deny this with equal posfttveness.
dividual.of population In 1800. In other word, by \fhe late enumeration
,there was In the country about .7 of-a composite animal per capita and farmer through lack of sufficient funds and'' challenge the production of any his virulent attacks upon Imperialism -
A Foe of Good Roads.Is .
nearly 60 per cent. more than that In 1840. and supplies from other crops. I shall part of my letter susceptible-, by any was forced to seek refuge InBrussels'
flat the consumption per capita Is much below the stock per capltt.ft be greatly surprised If we do not not the Charleston News and Jbe still conUDu d' to circulate -
J I Is shown that exports of meat and Its products especially since 1880. possibility ,of such construction.: Courier perhaps hasty Jn condemn : La Lanterne In France. now he-, f
"< iave Increased enormously. With a lower supply of meat animals In the see cotton selling at IS Cents a pound "Y'ouo'ba e. In reply to my alleged ing' the people of Spartanbuvg County Introduced the proscribed' paper Into

country per capita than formerly and with export of meat growing;, the before January: i, 1908 but believe thata .cont lltlon,' brilliantly refuted a proposition for 'voting down a good roads bond that country wa a .mystery to the
,tendency 1* for the consumption of meat at home to grow \ell-and leas. reduced next will
acreage season which no one has ever pro- issue In part because of theautomo authorities, who little suspected' that, ;
0*", Taking 1840 for comparison and placing the ratio of the consumption '
make It even higher: bile nuisance in certain plaster busts'' of-ttte Emperor
pounded.<<
h .of meatanmat to population then at 100. the.ratlo fall. to 72.4 in 1880.
,(followed by a rise to 7'.4 in 18JO. and by a great fall to 69.S In 1900. In It is proposed to establish' agencies .'Towlla"e set up a man or straw and There'are communities where good and Empress which reached the-.",'
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other words compared with 1840 each Individual the country.Is.. on the at Galveston New Orleans and Savant valiantly knocked him down 1' am. roads- dot act pay. If land of low' ,empire from Belgium.' .. .. ear.fallJ'? ." "

laverage, eating about three-fifths as much meat ._ nah to 4Inab" farmers to keep In close amaeed that who .feels himself value and productivity Is, tar from conceal, the obnoxious sheet'printed -. "
,tf' From 1890 to 1900 the domestic consumption stock of meat' animals one markets*.U may be not only Impossible on- ",-Im.- : ,
touch with the' spinner and save themiddleman' < with 1 .
Declined: almost exactly one-fourth per capita--of ,the population. ." burdened the regulation nearly to r....' money upon It for good .. ; l
'r At the Department of Agriculture! there is going on a good deal of profit all thing, great and. small between roads, but actually not advisable M Thegreat campaign for- reform''' ln v"

study of Mr. Holmes' report; with a view to ascertaining how his facts A circular alleged to have been writ- heaven and earth can find: time for an'lnye.tment. On the other band whichthe American people- are now
bear on the present high prices of meat. 'One of the foremost official of ten by a prominent New York cotton In the neighborhood 'of good undertake '
this old but, withal harmless, pastime. markets .g.-lhe greatest e\8r'
,, the department,-who baa been looking Into the meat situation with care.
:said tfe.t the Inevitable conclusion was that this country bad seen ,the last speculator' urging banker to force* You are good enough=mercltVrl enough and! through fertile and valuable en br f">y people-is based! on thed -

apt low meat prices; that the tendency of the future would be for meat cotton bn the market Joy foreclosure I may say-" to warn me in advance, and land good road do >>ay\" .many. times | a'. that there Is a moral law by
.prices to rise even higher than they were now; that the amount of meat was read, to th '"'d1rector .'\''They div "In perfect frankness that 'disobedi their cost; ,,' which men are bound. *ay-tae Indian-"
:
;per: capita In the country would keep growing lower as the population. In- elded to issue an official call for far A vast number 'of regions where spoils News, that conscience: ought to,
.creased and consequently that price. would tend.upward and that more : ence to'the reasonable regulations and the question Is really debatable lie be controlling and that men are responsible
fi hand more the family of small means would' have to gowithout. meat, usingIt men to withdraw deposits1 and otherwise orders of this commission' will render between these extremes. Is It not for what they db or! fall

much more seldom than at present; to boycott bank which attemptto the Georgia railroad an 'outlaw." natural, that people living In such to do. These truths ought to be,ap.:
out that the difficulty. ot getting farm help ;
1 This olllelal' also pointed force 'marketing of cotton
by
constantly growing; but that the population of the constantly "Wbat is an outlaw A person whoIs regions should hesitateto Improve plied' to thoe.worklnc on the side of
.w.* '
:,enlarging.Tola- means a, less number of live stock relatively and foreclosure. The directors announced I pot out of the protection of t"ha their roads because, wholly aside I reform as well an.to. those who hove

I more'people to make demand on the supply. In addition' high meat that their'reports estimated the present law. Thus we have It distinctly stated from the dust, annoyance-and danger by their misdeed, made reform nac a-

'prices abroad are drawing an increasing l export of meat and meat product crop at 11,000,000 bales. that disobedience of a. rule of the cornmleslon'reasonable' of automobile traffic and! the 'brutaldisregard ****" k
of public rights by' many' -
away" from the country. ;
In tbe'opinion of motorist the automobile from a distance A VOLTJPTtTART.
z t QUESTION EXTRADITION. LAWS... the commission-close* the courts, to ., which does not! kelp pay the "?m afraid." said .Mr*., Oldcastlsy '

WOMAN POSED. AS 'MAN ,FOR QO YEARS the railroads. 'tax.-,will surely- ruin the road bY' tear- "Mr. .Hsrklns would have been better hF

Notorious Green and Qaynor Case Assumes "A citizen of Georgia may commit Ing nut the binding material between off If he bad never Inherited that

Onea Lived at a Husband, and Only; Revealed .Secret t 'Just Before ,0eath--Ranchman.t . New Status. murder may embeczlev may forge may the- atone and grinding the road money from his aunt. He I* rapidly r R

d Bank.'Clerk..-Coming to America, From France She Found ,A petition for a writ 'of certiorari la steal-In every Instance violating the away with chains, spikes and other becoming a voluptuary-
"fi the famous ease against Benjamin D. devices to prevent skidding "Do :you think soT'replied berboet- '
law ot the state-but the courts will
V She,.Could Get Work Best in,Hale. Attire.Trlndad' I Greene and John F. Gaynor In which The automobile-( proper afxe. ..*. "But mebbe be'd of got that way

: : Coll: -Charles 'V 'ub ugh. alias Katherine Vosbaugh, a they have been convicted of etabexzllng .hear him in his defense; he is not an weight and speed ought If properly anyhow. Most men begin to fatten.

oman who for sixty year* passed as'a married man and was a bank clerk from the outlaw. It takes disobedience to the used to be, ,the beat friend of the up wben'they get along about tdage. .
y and sheep herder; died at San Rafael Hospital from old age. some 600.000 govern- commission to reduce the disobedient good road movement The automobile ."Chicago Rfteerd-Herald.
She was born In France eighty-three'year-ago.;' and came to America ment of the United States was filed 'to the condition of the Caput Luplnum. as It is operated Is becoming one

y".' when eighteen years of age relying upon' her own energies to make her In the supreme court of the United "My, dear sir you must assume some tlf the worst enemies.-Editorial lathe Tim PROOF.
(living.. She found that she was greatly handicapped because of her sex. I States at Washington Saturday.The New York''' World. t
',:After wandering around the country: for two years as a woman she adopted bfe .of the responsibility for this long letter "How $o you know your husband

Ilmale:garb and applied for a,man's' position. She obtained employment in question will raised as to ; for it you had not In a part'.of Oil e. Roads.It loves )'ouT Doe he eat your cooking
1 Joplln No./ and worked there as a bookkeeper for several years. whether a person indicted In this coun- your letter written me down an Idiot. ?" "
Is that the
'. :: All this time she kept her secret and no one doubted that she was a try for a crime not Included In the Ca- reported use of oil "Yes. but he refuse to lot me eat
I would not have thought it
In Joplin necessaryto I on the streets and highways of Cali
[man. She possessed an excellent education and while she was nadian treaty can be tried for such It."Houston Post
'she was offered a position in a 8t: Joseph (MOo) banking house. She act answer It I fornia. Kentucky and other States
," ''copied this, going to St. Joseph before she was thirty :year. of age. crime after his surrender by the Canadian "With regards, very truly yours. I has met with great .uccell.rlH'-cal t'
A few months later a young woman of that town was deserted by the authorltle. upon a demand for "(Signed) ifornia road men had a number of WHAT WAS IT

man who bad promised to marry -Miss-.Vosbaugh. Bought her out pronoaedmanlate extradition based on other crimes '' failures when they first began to use The Woman Feared? "
"JOSEPH B. CUMMINGS
; and To ,this girl Mill Vosbaugh divulged -
: pas accented. oil, ,but by dint of extended experiments
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her sex onf& Bible pledge tbat she would never reveal the secret. -
After their marriage they came to Trinidad and opened restaurant. SHAW PLACES THE BLAME. with differing: qualities of' oil What a comfort to find It, Is not
A year or two afterward the "wife" disappeared.:' The ''"husband. declared WOMAN. WITH REVOLVER. they hit upon the proper kinds for the "the awful thing""- feared but only

j fee had been deserted and refused to make any effort: to find her. Miss Was Caused .. w _______, various aorta" of soil, and now the chronic Indigestion which proper

;.Vosbaugh received more or less sympathy. a\ the time, but the Incident was .Ssys- Pinto by Rscklss March.d Negro Thief Whom She. Captured State baa several hundred miles of food can relieve.A '

soda forlotten.' 'Denunciation of Business Methods. to the Calaboose. oiled streets and public road*. A woman: in Ohio says ;

:Tiring of city life and alway* fearing her secret would be discovered Extravagant living by the American thief for quality of oil that suits clay coil Is not "I was troubled for years with., Indigestion
Sam Brown After a negro'
the pursuing
at, .
Idle Vosbaugh forty ago sought employment to
:year adapted a sandy surface and unless and chronic constipation.
'ranch near Trlnchera. She asked tor'work as a sheep herder and this people, a, plethora of undigested securttltes half a" mile along the 'railroad trade the mixture Is of proper consistency At times I would have such 8
discovered a
be gnaw-i
4,' wu except to by her.tbVigreatest- 'Later,'when of accidents.-*he knew she that accepted her sex work las not a camp cook. and widespread denudation .. at Tybee Island Friday morning Mrs, It cracks and Is ground Into a lag In my stomach that I actually'

She remained at the Sam Brown ranch until two'years ago when shewu of American business method. A. Short wife of an engineer residing disagreeable dust This! was notably; feared I had a-I dislike to writ or,
y brought to San Rafael Hospital here,' to spend her last,days.' E.e'nbere there overlook him and at the point the'case in and around Los Angeles .even think of what I feaced., '

r she protected her secret,,refusing to take a bath yntll she was assuredby were blamed for the financial stringency of a revolver marched him to TOe cala- where the soil Is light and'sandy but "Seeing an account of Grape 4

the sister at the hospital that she. could do so without" !the >presence' el : by Leslie -M. Shaw, president of boo.eThe. after repeated experiments- the right Nut I decided to try It. After'a'-

attendanta, "' 'that' threatened" '"d -' the' Carnegie Trust of New citizens took him In hand later combination-was found, and now the short time I wa.satisfied the trouble
'contracted cold company :
she sever.
time later a
\ '1' Some for streets and roads In the city and was not the awful thing I feared but
.y fop Into pneumonia. 'Dr> T.' J. Forham said It would be necessary.. York and former secretary ot the trta metedoutpunishmentot some sort suburbs are In fine condition dustless was' still bad enough However. I .1
wamlnatlonj '
,,, "Mr: ..Vcsbaugh"she to would partially dl .;remove Miss Vosbaugh his clothing at last for reluctantly: consented, urIn; a' speech Saturday night at Just what' ha not boon 'clearly let firm and "springy.."_ In Tacoma. was relieved of a bad case of dyspepsia .

and (then.Fearing-with tear welling* in her,eyes and coursing down her wrinkleda .a kbanqeut given by pie National Business. I forth.,, and told' him to decamp.' He Seattle.and other towns In the Northwest by changing'trom Improper food

a ;.. cheek;, she called tore the sister In. charge and parted with her secret .for I ..League In Chicago. did so. ':'" successful results have beenobtained to, Orape-Nut '. }

,. th4f aeeond time' la sixty :years, _._ ; and a material saving stn "Since that "time my -bowels' hays .
t f repair and. watering. expenses.ha been a* regular M a clock,:! bad also
Inuse Soldier* From Philippine 1 ''TEDDY' CALLS A HALT. CASHIER IS, FOUND GUILTY. been;effected.*-The Motor Car. noticed before
I
:VJ eroy Lord)(Into Says It fe Impossible 1 1 . began;to eat Grape.
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to Ignore India' Unrest; Will-Be Drought,Washington.San : ",, Nuts that I was becoming forgetful of
.
India.r--Thi ''Legislative.Counciladopted Francisco.-Seventeen Insane Warns Office Holder Not to Boom Him He,Accepted Deposit When His Bank' .Sunflower Sentiments.Fine where I '''put little things about the M

Slml ,.' c : patients, belonging ,to, the United I for a' Third. Ternv, Wa. ..Insolvent. writing by one of the Iloxle"Sentinel's house which was very annoying 4. '
;. ,, a bUl.de.llDe .to correspondents: "Ah, this "But since digestive have
organs
'It em- States Army:. who ;rrere'hrought' President has' addressed ,. Hoffman.'form'er"cashier: of the '
x' prevent(,seditiouIgatheringr: '" Roosevelt JvH Hay closes cold and chilly; some dif become strong from eating Grape tt

powbeAlroylnclal.' authorities ate ,, from the,'Phtllppin* Islands >o' the a',letter; to'member'' ofbis cabinet requesting Citizens' bank of Jennings, IA.,:wasfound'guilty ferent from' those Ib' the very' mild Nuts, my memory 1* good and my,: r w'

prohibit public meeting presidio'General Hospital, ,will,, lie them 'Inform\ federal ,employees 'in court'at'' Lake Charles August Soon,the grasses and leave mind a* clear'* when I wa,young.

ss Lord, t,tlnt ,.,*h* NJceroy. Ink ra'epeech taken to the,.Army Hospital .for"'the : ''under/th: jurisdiction to refrain Friday of: accepting'deposits': I after he will, bares; covering Icy whit., ;and I am thankful.. Name given by y
ItttiVte : Insane at Washington.. Colonel Gee ; I Oh. then the Joy to find the red. yellow Postum Co., Battle Creek
otth said ; Mich. Read
bill. J
'in support from :political activity with the knew of the bank's ,insolvency. "l'be ,
; and golden leave
Burgeon-General. ,
Deputy fluttering the little
1 the waanrr' ,JH Torney, down booklet. "The Road to W.lWville.
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p-1mDO *' t Js5i 3-i"the riot.the'I will..have-cbargelot. -.them, arranged'for object of the) nomlnaUon ot' President bank(; suspended operations, In 1904.B 1 totheir-list resting place..*-:Kama* ." la, packages. .""Tnr'* ala., :
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Ute Christian aplrlt,-and there will be _'acu'Owa." 4o- a.- .eemmedeh. The, late Bishop James.. Nmfraryntagefatt. DOTOOENOW am a. 11'0_.... .?. A7LA..... _ay.
'" -'f'i":8UNDA a rise in e.erY1lOClal scale as tbe will v lot. his skipper iP>>."did:he THis Jn an address In St. Louis *

: SERMON'BY of Christ'expressions by ,HU disciples C1YttnMeet.ate 'Captain-:Yp;. he ,iwas* too ono* declared that armpatJa,.,.;1ar more .

blame reckless.: He'd 'think 'nothln than eloquence, or. Iterntag. teade for '
HENIAH OVNTON.Ttie : A' third and final teaching of the ,
I Master this Incident concerns spiritual of goln cut 'With only;:ten' cases of success Inrl ministry, .":too ;maay

accomplishments. champagne ,aboard. an' the commo of us, through lack of. .,.mpath be

; 'Will and the Work. !t What we want, says the Impatient dore says as how twenty Is the limit'! said>."say the, worst, the most;,Inappropriate '
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!., : disciple. Is results Indeed here is a of, safety.-Puck., things. Thus a young Bap. '
,< great truth but what kind of results I m tilt friend of mine condoling with a Ji'l.
Tt, YS-Dr.; Vebemlehasbor pray? Are apparent returns always '
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housebreaker Ina: Jail droned! ,, Ah
'of the Clinton Ave- the Indices of ft true Christian progress 1'ftIB.-.Viw.'Da.nae. '!I'\'O frfend let remember
egatlonal' Church having t Is ,It ndt' possible "to make abowing" cured by Dr. XliJae'.0\lebrv. 'my ,: that we
am his European trip, ,
Sunday.; .. 'In the morn- Is only abllnd to a really. deplorable. .. IQOEIArch81Phf]..,,Fa.. .'You may be; J aInV the bousebreak-\ r .

id toy a large'audience, he tate of affairs? ', THE ZmiiRA'1 ,.r" answered shortly,";:The,, Sketch; 1
i on: i The WW, and the Cheap method superficial endeavorand ;. +
The text Vas ,from John questionable procedure ..re. to teacher showed 'his small pupilsa ) ,j Iss.IslYw tf all Ilim. b 11 SiM II "

t' meat Is to do the will of be sure, dazzling temptations. Apparently .ebra4 saying, "Now; what U this? THE WIF-nTS'SYMPATHr/: / EmrywVsieMOTHERS '' ; 1 I'N' ER.Y:
sent Me and to finish' His they take the kingdom of "A horse In a bathing suit.was Officers: Mw have sad news to ., x MACH, : ;

Among' other things. Dr. Heaven by violence and bring It in. the prompt reply.. .:.-La CarlcaUirUU.' bring you.' Your husband tell II t after ta,14 , AND. '. U p P'L E." "
said: Really they are !sorry apologies fora r the first shot of the enemy, and'dled"withopt Ws5..e.tls--psMT1l.M.aa.A
1 r essence of a"rationalfaith true accomplishment.- Is, first a epunJ." r.tsur.s I e-M BUU. W __said. ,Mr.
"
dependent His of all In [the Implanting of a will a 'b Voolford's ..MU1 BtoMM.OMIM*.Hta4 tal essa
a i upon being Itch cured In 30( minute* Wife: ''Yesj the' man was always ..
:
wren lrt li* liHH aM s all -m.-I--
I t& make. His own impress disposition.He Buiitary Lotion. Neyuaile. At OrogguiU.Bathlno taciturn."Lustlger BUetter. a.r *. A_'" M' W*> keMSMPUI r<.....,lr I. 1
'oDe'. soul as a being who that belleveth shall not make very -.rr, .,
y' mastered life In normal re haste "The sower and the reaper l edpnt.ewelMre.ll.netLiss..Mymr4Olinson 1
( In the'e f''ea. "" ,M will rarafiM4.*?** '"
"' shall rejoice together. The man nearness Cannot Be Onno :. . ., IC
permit your fancy to dress who sows a spirit and the man' who Into byloeal appU oaMons M Uteycannot reach the ee..I..,'Isty. '
[the-light fluffy and ethereal reaps -a harvest ire fellow-sharers In "No sooner has one plunged diseased portion, ot thi_. There li only one tba' _
i of an Airy mysticism )'OUour.lm..clo..tlon a common joy! 'the water than one whipped oftoDe' way to core deafness, sad that It by oonstl* FREET.. rte h

but subtract If Jesus U Judged by the harvesting feet and goes,bobbing; helplessly t National remedies. Peafaesiscaasdby.asinflamed aa ._ 4all .>'
Its reality. If you array' Him of. HI. life. Hehas small tally 'about like a wretched cork." say condition Tube.of the WhenthstubeWnAamedyonhanarumbling mucous lining ot' AnOd Ji lJt nt L lirTwe, w II
EniUchian send
plue and sometimes- navy blue Two Hundred souls, only, embraced Rev. Haskett .Smith of bathing .In',' s.cndcrimper- ,of Moraine with. ft look a rem
mole
bun.'of a provincial theologyphilosophy His faith when He gave His life for the Dead Sea. foot heU1I1Ir, and when it is entirely clod It 111' do.. N !address .
( aspiring to do tbe the world. Dut-lf any true measurement "In the effort to regain one's footIng I>eafn_Is Ute remit sad ualem theinfame AvNI.dYempny ,jru brain*,MNyej your name sad oa e postal ear*
rt sympathy takes away bait attempts to estimate the 'real nation can be taken out end this tube...- s'...::._= :=.. ,
I thrlghu He recedes from the ization of HU life; and He'll judgedby and to get back to':shore one's stored IU normal condition hearing will ESTABUSHBD. MIODROPSY. Aii...... -
and mind of the world! ,But the sawing of .His life, then: Indeed feet and shins are barked by the 1 be destroyed \ Nine case*oat of ten M1. i Iuu i sasub t .10 u.,-BcM. car, PAXTINE,

". f allow-Hlm to be an actual rellI does He appear as a master jagged stones and pebbles, and whenat eswauaedbyatarrhn

",I r life and to live In the world workman. He burled a spirit In the length one does emerge from Its Inflamed We will give UUtlon One of Hundred the nraooas Doll.rm surfaces.tor any eatarrb ftetlons,sod ash Inftsimn as nasal floe. eatarT eauM4to vie

ch He came to 'work'to won- heart of the world which has been InT treacherous bosom with the lower ease of Deafness!caused byo tarrh)that cannot Bin. till i. sore eyes. sore ae
> minister, to suffer to Joy ande. the world ever since, with its ever limbs bleeding and torn, one t>becomes be cnredby'{ Catarrh Cure.Bendforcfronlanfree. mouth blr ot Joe*:b*.......t. .it_
you restore HIm' to men. recurring seedtime and harvest. He and burnIng L.yC...u*Co."l'oledo.o.r UT* power over}be.e troubles I* ...... q
aware of a horrible tingling ordlnmry and. tA** bome4...... 'S&t
[.Helives In power and by Ills Is known among men by the splendor by women are semi and pee.OmmsndlnIt >
; 'mastery of lite Indicates His of HII.will, which abides, rather than sensation in eyes ears nostrils, e l #'s J&jnUy Pills for constipation, It you; have It. or know of a sufferer.. .' t every: day oo mnt a* ,
to be the ''chief est among ten by the Incidents ot HU work which mouth and almost every pore of the writ for partleulars valuable remedy. iiudst 5YAUROTWtNOrd'r.orrjTinail. ncntomber.however.

*nd.be are glorious memories ot the 'past. skin from .the brine and bitumen THE CORRECT TIME. whisk is OUABAMTEKD. ITTUB<< K. PAJLTWM CO, B>..>....y1T. +
supremo divinity of Christ HU The will and the work these two; which have penetrated everywhere.', EAGLE REMEDY CO. ,
Idual and unique relation to the .hut the greatest, the most harvesting "Unless great care Is taken the _"Speaking of myself, said the eligible *
r ber. are best apprehended by set- of .theses will, for, after all, "It U bather In the'Dead Sea la liable toan bachelor. "I'do. not believe In S0111C1..r lr......*. AUaaU.<3 1. Ir.rllordwlebwanll11sEyelelet.

y :'His life In Its ordinary and usual not what a man does, but would do,' eruption which breaks out all over .early marriages. ("At48-07 -
asn, relations permitting it to which exalts him;" and mighty 'are 'ble body and which commonly "Nor do I." replied the fair maid:.,
%, Its own story and make its own the spiritual 'accomplishments of, "High noon Is the correct Ume.- .
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known the 'Dead Sea rash. The :1
ttresslon. Whether you compare those, no matter for apparent figures, as :1"l
Chicago News.C8ri'. :
lIt; with the Samaritan woman or whose' hearts, are stayed on Him and best antidote to this U to hurry across NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER

i the astonished disciples: His own through Him reach loving arms to as quickly as possible to the River :' THB SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL. COUN'11A-' UtlT.utT.

ascendant. greatness Is In distinct the world. Jordan and take a second plunge
therein' The soft and muddy watersof 1 -,
ere Is a: tranl-st..lned. weary and that 'sacred .hot dirty stream will Capsicum-Vasennt. ; ;
jlraty': pilgrim sitting by.. well The.n.ood. of Christ.
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effectually remove the salt that has ork
L. t I EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
re a common water carrier comes tine we outlived the efficacy of the L"
Incrusted the bod-Detrolt: Free
p fill his pitcher. Their Interview blood of Christ and U the tale of HU PEPPER PLANT TAKEN c
\ jws at once that they are not upon rosa a sound from whlcb all the Press. DIRECTLY IN VASELINE1ON'T

e same level; they do not see life music has gone forever a.sutu.s l..1 Mlle.eN.........., t :]
10 the Mine angle. The traveler We need the sun to-day as we have i Mrs.WtBskm'BSootbing 8yrapfortblldrattestWogaoftewetbegam.redneseloAamma.' Pal. all awe rear'bdrt '' WAIT TILL THE .PAIN I
", evidently In full possession of ever needed It; the wind I. still the 'J'rr .
COM KJtJtP A TUBA HARDY -
? omething for which the Samaritan; breath of health to our dying bodies;: Lion,allays, pain,core*wind colic,860.bottle ; /
roman has only heart hunger some- still we find In the earth the bread mas' -I A OUICIC COLLAPSIBLE SURE.SATO'TUBES AND MADE ALWAYS OP PURE READY TIN CURE-AT FOR ALL rAINv-TfUCB DRUGGISTS AND ISc.IN .

,' nine very bleb/ noble, soul satisfy without1 which we cannot live; these TO BE SEARCHED. 'o TBIt DEALERS. OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT Ite IN POSTAGE STAMPS.. ,

are our friends of whom we never "Policeman that roman took my. \) $i: Substitute: for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and 'WIll pot .11
.,The disciples who. come as sheaves tire; can It be that the only thing of wlf&'s; arm!" PQ ;llc f blister the most delicate skin 'The'peJn-allaylngand' curative qualities the f

are not much above her level which we are weary is God's answer "All right sir. We'll search 'Im atthe "' article are wonderful., jt will stop the toothache at ones and relieve Headache -, ..
t far as appreciating Christ Is conerned. to our soul's deepest need Shall we station."-Puck. .. ....& ... and Sdatl& We recommend as the best and safest external counter* I I '"

; 'They wonder that He is will- keep everything but the blood of 4W '-- 1 Irritant known,alto as an external 1 remedy for pains In the chest.and stomach ,, 1 I.v
DC to stoop to speak to such a per- Christ T Shall the Cross go, and the and all Rheum. } and Gouty complaints A trial will prove what r'
onl They, offer Him food. Hoop sun be left? Verily as the sun with- The Ferguson ..CQllegesa.: :-: ,we claim for It. and It will found to be Invaluable la the household and for !' 'e,
lily Is the only grace they can: at drew aU the sight of that Cross and ,children ,Once used no family will be without' Many people say ,.It.. '. :,

present afford. "Muter, e..U"! How for the moment fled'away, he would m m m Z f m Anerlea. A the best of allYMIr-preparatlone." "Accept no preparationthe of vaseline unless. f ., r
1 light an appreciation they have, of I shine never more were that sacred S.ttbPr.mi.rtypawrlt.randaasrell-bpe. **k for cask pupil.' rCttaUSJON SJHORT. sam carries our label.as otherwise it Is not ,..\11.... I ::1
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HAND ll >P re."t.h..dof *nr WU old .,*....*. tad It sea" l_nd In on. alt l lib 1 I ,
he. really nutritive forces of lifeI tree hewn down by furious man. to dm*, I cycsjy QRADUATC IN" GOOD POSITION. Snd ..* nm.* cad >tgeee peer edereO.lad we will stelt e s r Vaseline aeekl.te.e.PIMU. -, '
aye eaten. I have been refreshed" 'The blood of Christ Is the fountain ' .........* ertkoV.into....... IB a bo.ln*.. 3uofttTon Md w. will**.d'DOl" ales .-... ear rwrUme _I." will .._, ....,

ays Christ. "Can It be that anyone of Immortality!, The, blood of Address TUB, FERGUSON COLLEGES, lisutsst CHESEBROUGH, MFG. CO. Nt. Yerk6itfv?
sa offered Him lunch In opr ab- Christ It makes the soul's summer ?
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enceT they Inquire. warm and beauteousToe! blood of 'o.
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"My meat* says Christ 'Is to do Christ It binds all Heaven with. Its ,

the will of Him that. sent, Me and to many mansions and throngs without '
fSnl.1t' His work." number. In holy'and Indissoluble security j .. ,' > 1" "4'

Here is strong meat Indeed! Here My. soul, seek:, no other .. '.... c -.. ,, .., cl\ ,' .If c. I t :IJ r
Is spiritual'manna. Indeed The will stream in which' to drown thy; leprosy , . l'
and the work are the staples of that My lips, speak no other song
teal feast which alone will sat- with which to charge your music My ..t, PA.rt\'J"OU'\: ..

lat, the higher soul-life of mankind. hands seek no other task: with which -4". "" ., '...' '. 1 IT I ?WILL TO i , :'
.A' first I would be ; ,' *
great teaching of this Incidents to"prove your energy. _., ..
: the personal nature of real religion. swallowed up In' Christ I would be ,..''i. :\'\' 'f ...
.. 'lOne of the pathetlo visions of our nalled < \
town day Is that of multitudes trying with HU baptism. Would. :. ,.. ,
"" to find a place to trust their souls.. quail under the agony, of HI. pain ; : I t r .
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I'.'. Religions which the world has outgrown that I might triumph with Him In ,::11' ...... .... /'., ,."" ....t,. '....
fe are galvanized Into lle> again the glory' of His resurrection. : : Advertise in This Paper'! LJ '* i1 WiA
.' and are made the depositories'of restless I .O my' Jesus! my "BaTlour ,,Thine t iJ ',S'V';; '' ;
(< ) spirits. New forms of 'religion : heart did burst for' toe/ and all i Its $ I ;: : "
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have for many mighty attractions and sacred blood flowed for the cleansing ", ;
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; for a time seem to satisfy the soul de- of my sin. I need It alL I 'need It ,, :> ,. "'I. t.: .,, , ,., .
sire. There must be some one thing every day.' Indeed it more and more.: ,'" !:.."

.,l; about the faith of Jesus which gives I search .out the Inmost recesses of .
It pre-eminence ever all other: forms my poor wild heart and let Thy blood
of faith, however much of fragmentary remove every stain of evil.

trust they. embrace. And that E'er'since by faith 1 MW the stream THE MONEY. j
f. one thing Is the sense of personal ref Thy flowing wound. supply "
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: latlon with God. "My meat Is to do Redeeming love ban been my theme. "An 'artist. said the mac with j5'
\,the will of Him that sent Mel"! This And shall be till I die. pointed whiskers "must not think I

U the great Christian contribution to Mighty' Saviour! Repeat all Thy 'about'money' "

|! religion' God 1s Father of all splr- miracles' by taking; away the guilt "I suppose ; not" .answered Mr.
}\ Its. To connect with His will is to relate and torment of my Infinite sin.-By Cumrox. "Every time' I'buy a picture ' I

t oneself with Him and satisfy 'the tbe late Joseph Parker* D. D., In LoDi i the artist wants enough,to' Keep EARLY HEADERSMONEY I
11 longings of one's deepest soul. "I don Christian him from thinking about for
money
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know Jesus Christ said Bushaell.
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the rest of his IKe. -Washington
"better than I know any man In the I
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r +' of and If He should be The Joy of the Lord Star. '
city Hartford Illrll..t H..de. About Un day ]r eUu.I PIat
walking along'the street and see me, Some of the most precious lessons ., Kn Medium SIM. fetor thu RJamy C.bh.r.. Ater, I MAKERS 1.
,i ... He would s say 'There goes a'friend of love and trust were 'taught me by Excellent Bbh>Dw.', 'A full lM fcrcw. yWd.r"nd. a sood- Mv
Ddcbu.frTable.
'Aa.-Maker. rhtpprr. -
r t, of Mine.' a poor Invalid upon one of-the first ECZEMA COVERED BABY.. . '
.1 The joy' the' assurance, the certainty charges to which I wal' aent. She SCI I .IL
r of a Christian faith root them. was dependent upon her friends; wasa Wont Case Doctors Ever Saw-8ni. rtf.[ HESE THREE FAMOUS varieties hive ,made Fortunu for those who have stack to them. .They are':!! _
selves In the sense of personal,relation constant rheumatic sufferer and a, toyed"Vatold. Misery-Perfect .1 1 the result of life timer of study aDd experiments: of the oldest and moat reliable Calabape Seed Grown wIn
between the soul and God which confirmed consumptive. She was a Care by Cutlcnra Remedies. the WorleL w. have plants and plenty of them Grown ..FronI X.... Sad In the open field which;'
affords the comfort.security and In* sanctified Scotch Presbyterian and a wm stand Srvers Cold without injury. and If you wt enough for a square 1n1'OU1" garden or for flM ror
aiplratlon of living. -: monument of, the power',of Christi ,"My can. who is now twenty-two years' ten acres for market. you cant do better than to order,them fro a.WI. We GUaf"CIRfH" full noun and '
Jesus again I. Insistent 'In His love to soothe add cheer suffering.. of age, when four months old began to s.tletsti..drit"w'PeJk. Z AD eM..alldpremptit-u.-eMI4ItIoM peonIttlq. ,1\ ..-'-- far rem aal better...es te lkrararpeatt
.. '/ disease stuck envenomed have enema on his face,i spreading; quite your money order otherwise Plant will be.hlODOll a. 0. n.and yen wW ha..b ....n tM_. "1?
teaching that a loyal will always ex- ,While until be was nearly covered/] The 9pd.P1rM..LaisbsY..ruqnraijd..d,500far$1.oa. Ito/,OMl IUG.-J..OOQ. stn l,,,.t$1.55 P-WOO.syo ............11M,..lOisep ..
rapidly .
ffsses Itself In work:" "To finish His fangs Into her flesh her soul was ever ." .... ..-. ...... Qo Ift ...
.work" A personal relation with Qodexpresses In a transport of joy. -Oh! said < enema was. something terrible' and the a, AI.Qu-.maiW tro..a AOPIlaaUoa. Write Renamawd.aptastUstsd.dar. ............... .*.warte .

Itself ,through a social approbation she. "I have 'not a pain or a privation doctors said It was the worst cue they everaw. C. M. GIBSON. '''Youn '. ,Island. :South Carolina
At times his whole body and lace
':" and effort. -Nobody ever I have no suffering or sorrow
were covered all but his feel.,I used many
travels to Heaven alone. Everybody but Jesus Is a sharer "
He bath borne our' griefs kinds of patent) 0nedicine to no avail.* 'At ;; '
must else Surely
help carry-somebody who MJn' .... WO".III f.-- .
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",'would mount the shining pinnacles of and carried our aorrowl; ',.et we dill last I decided to try CutilQr&,when my boy l .a.i pn+uo5a,.u'n"'mo. ,
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three r-ud four months old, ha., I .r e.pw.ulall.a ** x.if*
was e
r smitten of )
-the city of our God. 'The greete.twork esteem Him stricken God .......111...our Conml ro .' in the world Is to get one's will and-afflleted.jw-But-He-was woundedfor ing had eccem'a all that time and suffering *1v_.nnttftf....._Writ. *Par prop
In play-toe tablish goodwill among our transgressions He was untold mjsery,' I. began to -.*.- all threeof .......... tsar lwpL,Til.c....... ...... AL.ra.lia' d

men! brul.ed'tor> our iniquities; the chastisement the (,utfcura Remedies,! lie w better Vtm l T Knm'Sktrt,
'" t t." Is of Him in two" months; in six months he was well. Ladies ]1A.lal +
, There the race question! for example our peace was upon ; I
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How .are men of different and with His stripes we are healed.. ,Mre. IV U. ;'RUley' "PierrgontAN"B., o.t. .er Io"" 1 l
!; races to toe treated In tree America? -W., S.. )_ the .Vanguard. 'j.2 I'.. 1808., ,. :$8 SKIRT7.a.. ..-. "_y- ,Net. AT ALL i
*- -- .w.- _te. romvinv
}y-i 1 It Is no .longer, aquestion of the '..' row harese w -,. Tea.e MCMBCM or TH FAMILY,. . .
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colored man alone; but t>t the Indian qppDJUDGE: 29.waIaI,Wed carer AND CHItOHIM.MU.0M .
; .. 3 NNl BOVSi WOMEN MISSES ,
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Prayer
', l the Japanese; .the >Chinese_ as welh A: } From theHeart.. ."You'rS"a good' judge of horseflesh.arent .' .I ."...r.SLL srca. vu.. 3 2Eg !

r Indeed. It is no longer a mere Amer- -'The' prayer'that James Murdoch:1; you, sir?:" . ,; DOJVEttDL! ', oJI&.Io al.orrascx..aakCHAUCEL .seiw'a*Z.fJ, a.DO..nd 93.CO Ff ,
lean question. It,Is an International the noted elocutionist,' overheard "
k,question; bound to become more And President Lincoln offerIn the-Wblte ,"I ought to 'be. I ate In Paris rea. ; ... .; *

more Imperative and vital'in coming House amid the'dark hours of the taurants all,, summerClevelandLeader. "Mrs' Fallansbee tells me that she .r e ear....c.e wal.1h nuns ,
'' ds s.'Wbat ts the solution Is U In In- night was a reliable criterion of his .'\ ls,;studying,,Chaucer.," said lire'-,, Oldscacti. eM.ee M lhw w..ld (edltlc. v

: stltntloni of JIOclal.mp..th1I1ke clubs character.' It 'was -during'the ,most ,. . -w. yjuHoldbtl$4 a d*$ Oar cda+aA...aiaM.f br elsMtbr.6.a..Arw M
settlements Is It to laws drastic fearful time of the Rebellion" Lincoln + i ,
and Cherokee Remedy of Sweet indeed. replied the hostess.:; fShe ti.' ''CAVTIow.LW.L.Denim. .and prlee I.atampdaatrAtos.LT.k.l..eb. q4tO.b. !
and. enforced!. ,These can do aome- was on his knees before the open dam Taylor1 Ana Mullen Is Nature's great r.tn.. always w..''era&y over fang work.? hoe dealer*.everyw rs. Show mailed Prose factory to nypW
b think tout the real. solution waits Bible In- the.agony of supplication; 4n.. ..* Cough, Colds, Croup and Consumption Herald. ,U the world. ,Jllestrat.d catalog (r...' VT. *V VOVal AsV*rckSV
1 upon the will of the people. upon, disposition He cried out, so pleadingly and sor and aU throat and lung troubles.At .Chicago;Record- ;' .. .
and attitude: The deeper I" wfull'Ob', Thou trod" that heard druggist, the, too and 1.00 per bottle. !CRESCENTANTISEPTIC
';recognitions are In order "A man's Solomon In the night, when he prayed -CRITICS.. ;
.1.t I man for a' that!," The nobler fellowships for-wisdom, hear me.' I cannot: lead _. 'TILE ; 'QRCATKST 'HIAL: ? ''KNOWN 'TO..CI.NOR'' ,d
human'ode
..re'due. 'The,, win of God this people, I cannot guide the.affalrs PLEASURE:, "Was there .anything really Non PoiMWMi., No* Irritating.._ Allay Tnfl im-i.lea s.4 depe'',
is waiting for a larger expression over of.thl natlonjiwlthput'Thy help. ,1 Yankee Jingo/"I'm.afrald< we're bout your, shown a t -, pain from any __.-As steno. [ as earbolie. acid and as hanule ee f ,
[f:against passion pride and prejudice! am poor and weak'and: sinful. O Godswho going td have trouble with yon 'Japs." "'T"." answered-ther manager, "the. C1 .._.m lk... re* burnsin.t.nuy; eura old.ami. cbronis .or si"','
;, could find.In an ordinary dldst' bear. Solomon 'when he1 Suave "Ohl'! trouble : critics said some'.things. .about It next et ; curs puree and 'Inflammation from i any aaas ea man or beast. lass
If; Jesus Jap: no at all , 'c'"fowl" *- oures"ebolesw. sore .*>ea4"aacIPoi' B*>kfaet.. M.)|MJsiUf...<*. J
TsSamaritan water' carrier a His cried for, wisdom/ hear Inc And 'save. :m1"trlend; It will'be ,a.pleuure.rLife day that were really funny-Wash:: , "'u test''Pertrt.We5PU > ,
'r r :worthy of His kindly disposition, this pattoon.-PrayeAdvocate. Bt.az> '_ : .G& S5seI.a'NOab czzaczM7 cnzNIcLco.:IR..W.eer.Y.a.yia .
then Hls ? .,. _.' : Ington a: - .-- -_. -. '
r .J'DIpatb1'\"tilrtIOIlcltude. J n,, / ,
fit,,followers are bound to find la' eyery 1 ,* 4i
Whaf'Tatmage Said. 9 C.n. .
relative and S' i 4
spiritual
if-maintain;human being toward a all made In the Image . Rev.'.T.:De Witt Talmage once

.. ot Goad a ,brother's regard and said"You cannot find a great "a_' Restore those Gray Hairs

,..'.,, gelUtlo preacher,that Is accomplish
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Doing the will' of tiodvwlU svlwaysexpressItsefcTIn Inc'&D1 great good,for Christ whoIs "

: some.torm,of ,social not backed up'by,, a praying.'con-
Ar.ioI. secrated band of, earnest church.

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business 1 and this deprived, :>sof, the Atlantic -Cgast Lilt"

1; pleasurdol welcoming them to our .
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They fay'all's!' welt that ends well. .1 ROUTE OP' THE1' OELEBRATEP'tfqw .

Reported Weekly by O.; 1 I. C. ;:; so I suppose the best thing I:',can oJs ,
: Florida Special"A ') ,
end this article. 0.: I. C. York anti
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Wasjted'r ....
:'OC.i: ,C.t'has secretly stolen away : N))- --1
Wood
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' from s Itteeochlldreu & ( cone Ducks Live and Sandhill Blot FOX Cranes: Squirrels Otters, High I ..-- 4CIiicago and ,Florida Lti.. .

+ .1 Istloir ot and prices paid., OT: Cecil French, Naturalist 1 rg ..". ,
the same 'number.of, grown near"j ,''vVashlogton, D. C. oct 25 Tin. I :Solid;:Vestibule. Trains. Steam Heated. and Electric1. i'

'tn the solitude, of .bla own .' .
: For Rent. Dining, !Cars.;: .. I
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Fire on ;
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weather'ieste'rsalMroaed "'' svq month.. J. M. WILLBOK. JR. WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO' TflB

be'' looked for ...
that rain'mar" '
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FLORIDA
I YORK AND
on..4)1) PAINTING! .
and as clouds encompass us ,
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t.o assert that these TOTUR. '
nldfs! I lt )lassie I FLYER, and '

q pred.ctIons are true' Very littlerainha .__r - - : WEST"DIXIE '
fallen for Hie last three months -- "MONTGOMERY ROUTE'". ,
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and uur people are becoming:? a' little .

uneasy wncertilng' future prospect ?, ''Pullman .Buffet Sleeping Car' to New York., Chicago,:.St. .
The garden. are sudly in need of water Atlanta, and Intermediate Points. :.
thermometer lea been After an absence of six,,
and as the "ULa.M D'N'N OAR. BItRVlt3.. 1
In the eighties, vegetables have be months I have returned to Kis- \0
? the heuof For.ticket*, 'reservations or Information call on n..arelttv.Atlaotto. '.
come somewhat parched by
simmer and intend to make it Line Agent or .
the sun'. Bull Creek Is' becoming '
aa dry 'naturally as It. la olitlcally. my permanent home.'. --s J.W. OARR' T. PA., TAMPA,' FLA. J, O. IUKKLAND, D.:K

, (r f Cane grinding lias'been carried on I offer my services to 4he T, c.VUlTI!':. G. P. A; WILMINGTON: N..C.f.. J. CRAIG P..T. ..

*() u limited extent during the past public as a First-class Painter -

'I week. Mr. George Davis made about and would refer: them to any BUDDED TREES '

1t.,.. and a half barrels of very good of my former patrons who are 115 6 a l aLLS .

syrup which he baa disposed' of at numerous i ill.town, and I think. '
fifty cents per gallon. Others will 1 1
soon follow, but the demand in 't.b\s are all .well satisfied with my i 1\ Islesworth NurseriesCHASK

country,will greatly exceed the sup work:: I - -- ..

ply, as there was very little .seed 'di'*. Estimates on all work cheer I I, & CO.,.PiHJPHiCTpits! J. W. HOARD, AoiXT'

log planting, time 'fully furnished., FOB AI4E.BY We will have ready for next Fall. and Winter planting a general i
Egg plants have done finely and assortment of Orange and Urapefrult Trees of all leading ,varieties '. I

late tomatoes are In '.good shape, bu -0.- i i W. B. MAKINSON CO. ; Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and.
lack of transportation combined with" Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind. ,'
All budded from bearing trees In our gro'res and therefore true to
Indolence prevents our' people from THEO. G. HOFFMANWlIFTEA name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock\ are second to 1 I
raising many of the' luxuries. ; of life< i none and our trees are as. fine as money and twenty ,e.r'.exper-
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'.w&lch would ."t least.bet* good *t the ( SOLE AGENTS.. Kissittittiee, Fla. fence can produce. \\'e.re making ,specialty this season of the
famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the
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hom 'market.
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I greatest money-maker la Florida. Our Valencia buds come dl
At' Whittier most of onr people are j rent> from the beat bearinlr trees in the district now famous for pro, ,
I KaH.tiv'KHNKNNKNKKwv w: KNwv.aKN1taI. duclng the best Valencia In California.Vrite .
'i at.eDd.ourt.
preparing, to BO that jl t;

,. Itemizing would naturally lead in the f \ for Prices to J. W. HOARD. Gotha Fla.. or call and'see. our N
direction of your city'The ; l South Stables. '
Sunny series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. r*
.Narcoossee correspondent Is !
i quite an enthusiast., Well, the battle I -- -- """"' .
i will begin shortly, and as your columns Keeps .
are supposed to be open pro $ L. H. INGRAM Proprietor. : c. A. CAIt" N, Pr..ld.et. N. C. ..YAN, e..Nt.ry. ; I

I .r} '. bono publico would wish to hear both You Well. $.. .................................................................. f : T E

Ides of thequestlo'n\ discussed and h',
BeOADt'AY =
I see from whtcb'side we are really to |i! LIVERY SALE and BOARDING \ s :
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derive the greatest benefit. I am not si i rfcoo.Well .041. $ Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
It is an =
exactly like the' justice having case ......._..........._............_............._.._ .._._._.. ,$ . .. '!; I
.. brought before him, after bearing the i --Wk........ ..4 Befall De......l. .
I first lawyer plead, exclaimed, "That Ideal equipped with New Stock and Vehiclon and $

} Is just so; my friend. I da not wait prepared to meet all demands with. Perfect Satis $ GFZ.O: c ER'IES, ;
bear' It Is / $ Remedy for
Jo anything tnore- your faction.
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1'J&le apd.we. will decide,.in 'your' faJyor. '. Nu A f f i i .

..''. The opposing counsel, .how- Constipation -
1,1 COUNTY A..S ron
fever', persuaded his honor to hear corrAn.wa. i '. . HEAVY HAULING A SPECiALTy. . i 7
him speak;'awhile'and wben the sea II A Y 'CRA.TES'
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t and lawyer. had finished the justice I Celebrated. Fertilizers I .

scratched his head ,and exclaimed. 1D" Indigestion i ORAlS E T 'Ca",

Well; I don't know! It looks -as< If __ '- Ciro.l.r.sal. Prt_ I' \

both sides were right. We have received -' Biliousness .......... A.o11..t1.a.K'

( arg6ments.from' the wets as ' When Wanting New Rubber Tires / 11\ ..

: well as"the drvs; but as.there does not andOysppsli.

appear to be any'originality In either, : HIDES F"'q"' : 'S. 'WOO .L
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,'r we htve thrown them aside as an old I .

a story", but the thunder'that may emlnate 'pn.Q.neuave .. .
OR' OLD" ONES RESET
from either side max stir 'up "= Obu.zitr3rFjroa.VLo0PHARMACY: : a. 19poote.lt.
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many of our:most phlegmatic citizens. r

O.;'L Q, bas no desire to enter thecoatelt. Write R.' L. HOLLAND ORLANDO FLA.,

We would. .'Ooly remlnd'tbeooate It,Bowels Is food and for the Blood.Liver. Kldaers, Stomach the Only Rubber'Tire Matt in South Flor -

,e taow that law Is t.he'Qarc1I.D It takes the place of\>calomel and leaves .'. ida. He does the work right' and his price
of liberty and that one object ofcUU BO bad after eflecta. '
: , )'OY8l'1lUlel1' 1..to protect us in' 'lour, It >is ceded la''the Spring,' Summer j is:right. See him before you Roelsewhere.iJ"HewUljsl1ve : OSCEOLA.
Tall apd Winter, b/ Men Women sad 1 : and : .
freight.
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..rldhtsIt: should do this by restrain'j'thoseho''would Children.: .. .., .you mouey

;. Interfere with It Is extremely palatable-: T q cnUdnsi. ,
Jfrr 'those rights'\ In reviewing the attuatloo like it. Buy a bottle from, Respectfully, I" { .

the conclusions arrived at are ,
that this Is to be, a statistical' battle.: .Rober 's' I.
o Pharmacy
; Cities aad towns which have existed ,. R. HOLLAND ; Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly =
'UDder'elchel' OoDcU loD'will be used aslieavy KISSIMMEE. FLA.
Filled at Reasonable
Prices.It .
: artillery, to throw the largest . .
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;bpcq be Into the enemy's' camp Fiction '
Notice Publication.. S
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3 will ,be stronger. than truth In D.p.rtmeetof U..lnt.rlor. I makes no difference whose blank your Doctor write .
i' icany 'lostanoes.' Truth will represent Land..CXRo.. at aam-YlII.. FU. .w. - Y+'IV 'Rtt.,. verwF +IF -- w iP7rT y' '
; the uosrfrumentatlve fact while fiction N_. O.* i iNoUee I : his Prescription on we can fill them correctly..

a Will'be painted with all the alorles of la harabr. fivm that Clan f.5u1Uy.. r NORTH KISSSIMMEE. JPHONE .NO/ J We are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES:: which
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L mrtlflelal production. Our Pemooratle ..... are guaranteed.
non to anal flr war eraof la aopoort < ( K 4: ,
w. rooter is'alive to; the'emergenoy and hU claim;via: Hoowataad Entry No. MS58 |na +f Is firmly convinced that the strongest< JOB S. 3302.t.doe NEMSwtioa'ai*.. Townahlp > C. W. Griffin : I
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158 21 E,ad tlad said proofwill b.mad. ARTICLES.
s S side will win., petng, a 'cold water'.blped
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iMfora Clark CiMuit.CourC. at Kla imm FU. .
r be would wish at. present, more on DwMntMTlS. 1807. h tI
of that beverage) than bas recently He acmeu the following" wltnaaaaa prose himeonttauoe > Groceries .
Fancy
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fallen? A dry swamp means, 'more tot raadano upon,and cultlrmtlon of the S
land via: K : '''''''' '' 5 ...;-........jnsai. ...an. '
him than'dry county to us, and as ,
'C. r. rmratt.of KUalnwM:. Flat O.'Alder- K Fresh Meats. rarIns .
the sawmill became overheated and Lmaa..cf a- ,_ Fla.) Oar8alUna.. of =
a, had to shut down: In an attempt. to .......'....... ....., 1_.... Moody of !..aabHENRY' '
;9: outdo him,,..be feels proud" of his Victory Vim, h Delluery Every.Day at any Hour. I'atrooaire"Solicited.Irrigation ellI j R. S. Floyd & Co'

"t. sad is ready to :'sendforth: his 8.0RUBB, ,' .aeaeadi a..flc ..i AtWEe.Ac.A. A..a..A.aadkA.cfuAtafkwtey' : .

clarion notes-In'honor of the victorious __ ......... __ _ I a.atater., . . jj;
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party,at the coming election., In Court of Justice of the Peace, J;

s Bro. Guy war not'among his, flock: .'State of'Florida.EUarrbaal [ .GROCERS' ',

at'the last regular appointment and ....... .. '
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; we &1'1' informed that be inteads to, P1a1ati<<. PIRM--- ''i; :.

enjoy Christmas as reason dictates' J.m.af1.wi.' .O.o.oiaCa\t7. NEW NEW GOODS \
r them again till Dafaa ut.}rise !i! A
e and will( not be among Alkutte toaMlteaKaUnwd Ate. I Dintt Dthtet. R1Kli1l :- -. 1'
January. Ooooopaa.. s '
V If our Intormatiota' is correct the approaching eo.atIota., .GanIa1oae- -# Full Line of High Orade fresh 1- .

l 'primary is 'to exceed that T* Juaaa .-.'' Dtf..... ,"... ,All'Otkac.. ; ". p eo Family and Fancy Groceries ;.
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; of four years ago so far as numbers ,Whoa*n Mar Coaoara. w. . .
........ efO.r.mh 'FREE DELIVERY' ,I' "
oCl .7 ,Y' ac* mUSad tb.taWrit: -and Tt uiait.
ire oerne The) ticket then, 1 belle .. ... ITa'
met. ..... ..Ui t. .1... _cad thai :
? l vet contained.133 names and was w.v.......ta the...., Atlaatia Qoaat U... K
t one of the most exciting contests ever ItaIbM4 Co._.a rn'..rs>la.>ha* baa .mrfabaia. :Prices Uighi 'Kisslmraee r"
t ,:witnessed tn this county. ,Mv ImpresWon .sad that alaw IFM spoor Lion rid : ? ; Ha;
costs.*rhafoMth7 ia that WbUtlerwlll; be. repyssnte&byWree ..M.5ma>t low..,....... .*..*......... :'Tzene'of the.aioetimportsnt..ultects 'Ia'' FlorId& ---_._-- ----_._-- .
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) .M.. BBMET OAULOfNO., TIe coat ot oaidsg acid leads prodooe'tebattrrlfatloa ao.m.ll'txm'pared I"
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oommUsioner.: Well aaClttsen'Aroh -
f' AMaat. ''I'1aI.UIt.L. .
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4.; k says, there's a lot ot people wanting .A. KINL ,......of doe r..*... to' thy Vest neolb' '.r--""'" are,,wlWa ,"MALSBY MACHINERY' 'COMPANy/
$ '. the reach l every"f.ftoet.
PaUd Ha mharBai uar. .
p 'oMc..rBnmorsays that Mr. Ed Ho- v rNotice : n } .-iJ-t JAOK.ONH.I.H, 's-UA '.
Let 118 know how many acres of.rid land boa have. and wID' .....Mat e.. Pc.- I14..YK Oe. .
I Rap will asrala !-etn the.:raoa' for.clr- : : for Settlement:and Final famish plans the for *- etr..b_ T
N' embodying nscessary nqnlrciBentS tmrnamg yovrland
Quit"clerk., The "try ..aba"aaot.to" f .
:.somstlnes good.' The 'ma&.rlal0& Discharge ,, productlre. We har. the exact plant pen.need, sod we beUer: Portable and'13tetlosery :lleglA .

'prod nee.M.exciting a'''contest as the: If....... ...... ..............,,'...,' ..e.ewa \ sa estimate' from ms will save yes, Boeney. aDd Bollen; eaW1DUb; 1111odwlar>If'
5 'previous big primary,'may not 1w inti tf.t aIe.-tlla hum...4N I wt4...... I .:We .... sell .< .daIe Eaglnes.M Boat IkappIIee,: ['IpN.l'Rly.; 10K ples.ltoearrlad Machinery Bind Bap lis.. ae.r.'.
-.oesaata W v-...Mb.asset.****ftheCea eta, Write f or,jxantiful.Ulostratedc UlorK.:j4. la.tgq k':: Libt ,:..
,. e race but oar.boys expot,some faa tr.f QS.- >sal..t*.f rtorUaatbhi I et.cjrony. inky"tb:011t oil .
";; artiw the contest.. ./ .i ii"Tb ... **Kla.lrr..tat;,0Itatlltlt.. \ No ...
.8 :' Btoo.:4A. }!!..WSapt.; .Sears, and ......sad art fir s...!. .;. : understand! ,' visited ......,....0.1.6.."n- ;'.......' . ,41 " . 1, '. . .J. .
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..ei.e>ii.lte>e1wONtisMs bustaess and this deprived.,'usot the Atlantic Coast iii f
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1 pleasure of welcoming them to .our' ,: ,

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: city.They; .a1;aU'. well that ends well ROUTE. (OP'-THif; OELEBRATEP'"Now .

:Reported: Weekly bO." : I. C, : ao I suppose the beat thing t' can t1 o.Is FloridaSJ, Cial"l '; ,4r

,, : tiitee e+...+.....i+f...e+eo+e+...+ : to end'this. article' __ t.O. I. CWaited. York cud

,D' 1:,C; has ,secrellv stolen way ., S -A': N D----s .
from a Bull '''Creek assemblage consisting Live Sandhill Cranes.Otters, \Vood ' C'liIcAgo and Florl4aL
Ducks and Big Fox Squirrels. Highprices ,
of fifteeo'childrea and nearly
paid Dr. Cecil French, Naturalist 1 aS "
the same number of. grown people and Washington, ,D.; C. oct. 25 7tn. 'solid',Vestibule Trains, Steam Heated and ,Electric'' .Lys.

', ,In the solitude of .hi* own tb UgbLII'P1"poelt.o For Rent. Dining:; rs.i' ,

give the .Gazette.' ,about' an Kite roolD.ftat'Ol1Jrolld1l's, ,, room '""i>>*: '' -A LSO-t-, ,'. ," ,"
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k ,hour of his time. ...; nicely papered. Price 110.00 permont. (
,Our prognosis weather reefers, have J. M. WILUJON, JR. "FLORIDAS; ; 'AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO THE
p affirmed that Vain rosy' be looked for ISr -AND- "
'botfure'th8' quartering of the moon, \ ( .. EXPRESS" 'EAS'"NEW' ,
FLORIDA
YORK AND .
fr aid 'clouds euooinpass us ou all PAINTING! (.,.!+
z', nide It J I. safe' to assert thai these r TO THE I: "DIXIE FLYER'; and
' pri4t.lonearetrue. Very little rain 4'f

r his fallen for the lMt. three month --= ; WEST *;'MONTGOMERY ROUTE,
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and1' a' little
'r uur people are becoming n
uneasy concerning'. future prospects.: lr f Pullman '.Buffet Sleeping Cars to New York, Chicago StTl.',

t, ,JTh;: # gardens are l..dl.lo. heed of water Atlanta. and Intermediate Points. ,1
. find as the thermometer.. hat been After an absence of six, L PLJLLifSAN DINIIMja OAR BHRVIOt..
;' In the eighties, vegetables have become ; ,f+
j / months I have returned to Kis-: .
call tv.AU.Dtio
: For tickets, reservation or information on ue.re ,
somewhat parched by the bentjoftbesun. simmee and intend -to make it Line Agent,, or" .
Bull Creek Is. becoming
ass dry naturally an it. la 1>011 UClU". permanent home.. r h T7l jt j.' \v. CAHRT.: P.4.ICAMPA, FLA., J, o KIKKLAND, D.: p.1

pfl 4xG Cane ,grinding.. been carried! onto I offer my' services _to tha ,; .T. C, WHITE 0. P. A.* WILMINGTON N..C. W, J. CHAlO, ,P, :T.;

a limited extent during, the ,past public as a First-class Painter .
'an' 'eelc. Mr George Davie made about and would -refer them to any .BUDDED TREES !
four half barrels of good .4 I
and a very of my former patrons who are $1r5
, siyrup which be has disposed cf at I
' ltYj ot.. per gallon. Others will numerous in town, and I think.are I I Islesworth Nurseries..ns
soon follow but the demand 1,0 'tbla. all well satisfied with my ors 111 I :

country will greatly eiceed the sup- work. J
ply, as there was very little seed during Estimates onall work cheer CHASK&CO,,.PI-OIWETOKS, .. .w.. HOARO, AOENT: r1.

planting time. ,', fully furnished. ,I FOIl SALE.BY" We will have ready for next Fall and Wlnler planting a general}. t,
i' Egg plants have .done finely and assortment of Orange and. Grapefruit Trees of all leading ""varie' '
1 ties Our tree are budded on good, healthy rough Lemon and
good CO.
late tomatoes are In shape, but W. B. MAKINSON
Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insect pests of any-kind. '+
r lack of transportation combined with' All budded from bearing trees in our gro'ves and therefore true to ''f
i indolence prevents our people- from THEO. G. HOFFMAN t name. 'Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
.raising many of the luxuries of' life none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty' year'exper' ',
SOLE AGENTS Kissiiiiitiee Fla. fence can producer \\'e.re making specialty this seasonof the' !
L It% ;which would Pt least be'' good at then 4
famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become thegreatest
home market. '.- ._ money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia buds ,come direct tR.
I+ y At Whittier roost til oar people are NUBIAN 'TEA from the beat bearing trees In the district now famous for pro
I preparing to ,attend court, so that "" '''KWKV.NaaNNMN'wr WKa -'''KNWKKwr. ducing the best Valencia In California.. ,

I Itemizing: would naturally' lead in the i" l Write,for Prices'to J, W. HOARD, Gotha. Fla.. or call and sea our .N
' direction of your city. Slimy South Stables: series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.
4 'c The .Karcoosseo correspondent Is i ii .i
i, quite an enthusiast. Well, the battle' t i" """" """' "
.will begin shortly and as 'your columns I Keeps
h u are supposed to. be open pro i L. H. INQRAM, Proprietor.: $ i; C. A, C4VSON, p ..'.e.t. :... C. aw AN,54eret.gi; .

e ai ,bono publlco would.with to hear' both You Well ................ ::. . **m...%mm.m.*%..mI >; a: : DE3C,.:::Ei
I +,. sides jot the'question discussed and i '
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see from which side we are really to 11 I LIVERY SALE and BOARDING sS

r derive the greatest benefit. I am not PltpB toe $ i Waters & Carson' Grocery Cto.:::
exactly like the justice having a case f .N It is an I 11.-.f= : $ "

brought before him; after hearing the r J Wlt..._.. mud etallDeaUrala I > "
first lawyer plead eX3lalmed, uThatIs Ideal Well equipped .with New Stock and Vtoliielos and $ ,

p rt4; just soi; my friend. I do Dot watt' prepared to meet all demand with Perfect fat isfaetion. : $ GROG: :: IES
.po'bear' anything more-it U Rtimedrfor f ,
n !! your uiRS f fi
pace: and we will deolde]:.to your tae N Ii I

w 4, }7or." 'The ,opposing' counsel, how* 'C nsllpa.t108. COUNTY AS.NTR'rOR
k. fever, persuaded r honor to ,hear ., ,,. i tl. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. t ,
r, him peak awhile, aDd-when the sec:
f >VVW WWIWhen HAY I Celebrated Fertilizers ,I CRATES
ond lawyer' had finished the justice :

scratched his 'head and exclaimed.; QN l Indlgestioi GRAIN 1 ETC.. '

v'rt .Well,'I don't know! It,looks as' If .. __ Circ.l.r. ..>4 Prlc* ... ;
both sides We have rral.bd ..
were right. received Bilious h A..t. q k "
argbmentsfrom '''the wets' as Wanting New Rubber Tires ..

t Ht'k well as the drvs, but as there does not ness afidorsIpsii. '

*." appear to be'.07'oHarlnaUty in either' H.r.: D E S 'F 11'' R 8"1 WQQ.XObxxrLtrsr .
r, we hare thrown them asides an old ,.
story i but the thunder that may eml- "
f nate' from either side' may stir" uoH OR OLD ONES RESET : S'rodu.oo. "'a Byeoialt;

, ,many Of our most phlegmatic,citizen "" .11 .. ... .
' O. I, OT has no'desire to enter, the Write R. L.'HOLLAND, ORLANDO, FLA.,
: It Is good for tb.Liver, Kid..,.,Stomach >
contest. We would :only remind the ,Bowels and Blood. the Only Rubber Tire Matt in South Flor-
contestants that law Ie.the guardlaa Jt take. the place of calomel andltawsao ida. He does the work right' and his price '
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of and that bad after .
liberty one object ofclvU effocta.Ir
""government is to, protect us In ''our 'is needed in''the 8priuRummer! :, S is right, See him., before you go elsewhere.

',rights.,:,It'should do this by restrain- yell apd.')Yinter'by Yen, Women.. aadjChildren. ;! I-IHe',will\saveyou; money and freight. OSCEOLA PHARMACY,
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lag, those; who would Interfere with It is extremely pa1atable-:4tno\ : ehQdrM. '
'those rights. In reviewing the situation .i Buy. a bottle from Respectfully/ c. .5
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,N the conclusions arrived at are Ss It : 5.

1 that this Is'to be a statistical. battle. Roberson's Pharmacy : "

Cities and towns which' have existed ,' R. L. HOLLAND Where. You 'Get, Prescriptions ,CorV r
.. under either'condition' will be used a* K18SIMMP.E. .
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C rectly Filled at Reasonable Prices.
_..,.artillery, to throw the largest! .. I
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;bongb into the enemy'.' camp. Ftc 1 '

c.a j; tton will be' stronger than ttuthin' Notice Deparan.ntuf,.for Publication.tIM interior 8 It makes no difference wloaeblank.. your Doctor write*. 1
di inany Instances. Truth will represent Lund Office at Gainmrlll' FU.Nov. Yrgr'Yr'Yr..1. 5I rrY nR 'rr'Y''-- Rr'F-5..5' Yrit Prescription can' ;
,the'uai rnmentaL .. fact while fiction .. 1H7NoUo. .. f his on we fill them correctly. .

n '"will be painted with all the glories of Loajrhnaa..l>her.br FL..ivea hiu Bled that notice Clam of T.hi SuUima.ot Inbtntlaato .. It NORTH KISSSIMMEE.PHONE NOL / 8. tIe J. We are Agents for ELBA HOME.REMEDIES. whichare ,
production.' +
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Our Democratic mekeAnalBrerev. roof .In Mnwert of guaranteed.
rooster. Is lire to the emergency,and his claim.'ria: ""m.....d Entry Mo. 91K mwl M .a -
4. 'is firmly convinced that. the strongest Jan .. 1>>02. for the NEM' 8<
side wUL"tau Being a, COld lwater'biped fag bete R.aa.rt Clerk cleans E.and Court UwtMtd,. at proof glMtmm. .,.will b.mad.naon .. h S; FULL LINE.TOILET .ARTICLES S .,
r J be would wish at present,! more 0---18. IS07. ik"C. t 4
of that beverage' than has recently H.name the followtnr wltnMeM to prove hUeoattnnmM L i Family Groceries Cuv v av av w, i _
4t fallen? A dry swamp means'tnor4 to racdene*upon,and cultlratkin. of theUndjrte
him ihsde'dry'oounty &0,:us, and a.r .. ,-r.., ....o c.......-...-... / ....c'k; ,.clk "M yI
C.' r. Preratt of KlMimmee FU.: d.Alder
J. Fresh Meats. ,
+\, r the sawmill became' a ,
overheated and
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........'of fjouchman. Fla.) Oerr Saninn of .
,; had to shut down, in; an attempt to Louxtunan. fla-t JeremUh Ifoodr. of Loasch-
1 t outdo him,,'he leel.'prolld' ?of his vlo- m.a...,... lit Peliuery Every Day at. any Hour. Vatronajre, Solicited.FJtOWDA . 4I1S I R. S. Floyd 6fc :Co.' f
HENRY 8.
tory and la ready to; send =forth hur CHUBB a5aAeesarA.a/kcdkaAeiaa taea rliia8carcafk alerlkadeieit e c eaIrINE
olarion'notesln'honor of the victor
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i 1 1, } low partyat the coming election., in Court of Justice of the Peace, >

i S, Bro Guy was not' among his, flock State of Florida. XJIrrigation; .' GROCERSNEW f.;
'at'tbe last regular 'appointment and : '. .
'; We are;informed that 'he, Intends, to flan G.uldiersWati .. '* .i
1 f enjoy Christmas. as, 'reason dictates Join.. -.-.. o.-&aCouatF. FIRM NEW :GOODS' : i

and wilt not' be among them .again; till I.e.tr1.n.DofAtlutie Fondaat.l AetkM DIntS Ji8trtct. .% .

i t .' January.If our.Information' Is correct the*ape ealha.d C.mpaer" " alor.e.tkrG : . e Full Line of"rileh' Grade Fresh' I\',: ,

proachlng primary ''to exceed '-that T. Ja-e 'f Ca-. Pefaa a of four years ago so far as numbers \.....n IIIaw c-.. . 7 ;
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1 sire concerned.. The' Tea, ace hereby moUaed that a Writ of O.r.kd.sat mg. Lp ,<'lI
ticket then I believe
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1 contained 133 names 'and "... _.......... Ie Sb.h..1..1At..tMCc..tUn.R.ur..d 4': :
one of the most exciting' contests aver eo._.a TiiniaalUa.... beealafcMC. pi" Prices RIght.'J l slm ; , l.
witnessed In this cout,.., Mr Impression . .a4 that...... r*. anpear Wfu aald : I "it.
c-t.: ._before. ..7....raaaair. A.Aless. .' t- . tf '
1 "x '. :, Is tba three WhUtler.wlli candidates; for be .repreeeotedby j.ds..t br dafMrit w. .. ........... .: lien.. -of the,meat Important.subjects n 'la Florida.1 4 : -irir---ae -..Igirifr--" ...______... : \\1,\.::11: ,
county ..... B8NR'f' QAULDOlQ.. Tile coat of making arid lands produce' 'le so small compared -" I' _. i
+, commissioner. Well,' Citizen Arch
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-I ....... to the great molts,.that\lrrlgaUoa-pUnU are',WILMa MALSBY MACHINERY '
,rt'h says, there's slob of, people wanting L.A. III1a.J.atl.i.f : COMPANY ;:r
...Date4tr.v.tl.e IM7; : the i reach of everl''fanner. :, :
fi office. Rumor says that. ,Mr. Ed. Ho- : : rr L > "'ACONV'.L.J'.LA f l..
: Let-w know how many'acres of arid land have end will .
will stain, be 'raoe you we, IASa eaetase. .-- e7.. U;Oa.as Str..t. .
.gan In the for circuit Notice- of Settlement:and Final ,. : \ '.,
;: olerk. The"'try again" mottO la"sometimes lUI'Dbb'plana embodying the necessary,requirements for .....*. yourlaud .
good.: 'The. 'material'tooroduoe Discharge producUre. We h.vq the enact put you.seed., and. we, bellows; f x Portabto am HStatioaary& BDct: ', ,
an estimate: from .s win laws yoa meney. and Boilers;Sawmills; Woo4Wcmr'l Iiloa'
i as eicltlng a""O ....., ae-- the Wide.i.b.ehwd..t..ewi..N.sr; see.ela .
? previous biff primary not,1 lathe .. .t...- .-fiMthaiaetolwMifcen . ...... We' also sell far>e.Encme ;Motor Boat Supplies 1'Ip. .. INIWp; Machinery sod B.pplies.. 00.-:r.
nay >a
plstsllneoarrte4tnstoeki' ,
ntt..e..a.M.... Lth.0.ots Jv/a..1 etc.. Writeforaatllul.WautnWtaIosN.2." Lib r
race but oar.boY'* .xpot* some.faa'during ". .....CeoaAr: 0.......Sat.K, Fkriia at Ain T-: tenDII.igenta fo asttstiMACHINERyr: ... "ldSesgltr.
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