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: December 6, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00310
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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fSfN'-I$';Ot -Z--j leI., DlekBa11ookvAooo, .. J' .poberton.TBIBO -. SUiLIVAN ACQUi1 TAD' 'Company. 'An entirely new company, SIXTIETH' oNItfSSNOW' oure'no.MeMi; '
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'Ga. Janoette; ale's; people, new oojtumes,' music, .. -,. ot those .
t, Sullivan, .00...,'\\o1r..udnlll. In thepasftsd glrta.JESJS. the rela. r
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THEGJUNO JURY Ruby Shiver..Tloe McCalllster/Bddle : MANSLAUGHTER Lives ao. .Hsta rrMvas '
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.. f sct4., The first part. setting this IN SESSKW.OqMcMal : >( the new .
Campbel.Uuele; SiXaf, Er.... Cor.' .
1 members, the "Oong-ssstowlJt >*
..&IOD.Is .1.0. departure those ;Wda. :
.., ... .en.' ,Alma Smith, Uotooe Dane I' from .. who, have .... to Wate t' if
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... ,' ."''IC ifhc, Violet Bullock Ethel Roberson, Other Cases BisNseof By Ortslit he has ..er' :carried'the;' most equipped", beautiful"with; s.it"Heusa alld \mil' save the' country j :;..!, 'loci *n* ll "; '
Frank O'Berry, Johnson 'Amy )
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fan. *! :tt Re in Court fctdii I. SiiI I colored light :.< Maklnson fr Mke .tkJ He.
.rrt : Beulalt- A'TT PastorGilbert [:calcium'and' the ensemble numbersare Dtefitdi of .. ''af'' "f._., The Mplosv a. ..
GH4 Anton Rexford; Aby Newmkn i,Corps, also;
in Stssion., brightand .tion's was generally :iresijssissjfcd.
new full of motion DU9IA69S.
Dora 'Newmsn, Nettle Newton la the Presidential .
were'Mrs.
After deliberating about, one. hour and action. The dating the best gallery
STA.TII..ft.oam.4 Ruby Ceefce.FO0RTH W..blnatoL, .
w he has ever carried this iko.3Congnsssspembled Xoogtworth" a '4 her, deter, *
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w Coofryorgso.or.A. jBADBDollle Alford the jury in the case.of J./'N. Sullivanwho1 other company. any at: once yesterday It wasWashington's Miss EtbeL -The daurtMers. 011. '....; f+.

N.J. 90,1907. Ethel Gilbert, Eflle Bats, Grace Wlnn, was tried' In the' Circuit ''Courtthis great show day: of the President had. been met at the ,fto aV\ *. rF .
the.Honorable Minor 8.;'Jones'; Lillian Prentls Meurlne : I entrance of the ',t
1 Dann SusieBell broughtIn Capitol >y'a platttjgii
week for manslaughter Schedule .
Changed. Long before
ye rf the gavels fell t in
.., tbs grand jury /or the fall term Albert.Bass, Ueorge Morrison afternoon of \ I,of polio who escorted, the, pasjs/-.
I.'court. IsT aid for .O.ceola oouaty; Malcolm Ovcrstreet, Myrtle Collier. a verdict 'yesterday Beginning' last Tuetday the schedules ' ths Senate and Bouse 'atream; of pso- through the corridors' to, the gallery,.
FIrtH OR.ADm-Ro.. Newman, nou'ifullty') \ for the Sugar Belt and Florida pie coursed down Pennsylvania'avs'a- reserved for the' Eiectkttv and .:
30tb,4907'beff\ : to iybinit the folrlng Berolr Sharpe, Ruby Da..'. Zelma This case was betf iin' last Monday! Midland railroads have been changed ue,'filled the galleries and overflowed members' biscabinet, ;.- Represents -?

general pri.eDtpeoU) flaw, Mildred Wine, Myrtle Shiver morning and has excited a '"great 'which will be In. effect. during the Into the corridors, a mass of con I live "Nlo" Longs worth,|down on the

:',W..have orrotuUr investigated all Margurtte' Davidson Nettle' Tyner deal of interest on' accountof orange shipping season, aDd.possibly>> fusion and color.The'procedure ; floor, 'was! oonstanUvsought': : by' 'the, "

_ ters of. Importanos'oomlng. to'our' OHleCayson, Lyneo Hogan Bitam the prominence of#the parties' con longer; Trains on these roadst are in the Senate has eager eyes of the crowd ''
Eton; King Nat Carson, Edmund Waldron cerned. 'Both sides were represented now running. as follows: formal and brief. In the House, theentire The floor leaders''on both'.sidei,'

w.> ban examined tbe. book,.of the Don Bass, Rudolph A.hton, t.reoceTree. by able counsel and the cage Mc |i SDOAB BELT ,_ membership had to be sworn U. Payne, of New York, sod. William's' ;
ftrtous bounty omelsls and. so far as ., Leon 11..., Marion Johns, been a bard fought one throughput. Leave KUslo>mee 4:30: p. m. Soeaker Cannon and the other officers were given their choice of'..eats,, as

> Can find from the, limped time' we Llei-St.orl. Clyde Baas, In order to'" secure a Jury It was .Arrlve'Klsslmmes' 4:30 p, m. bad to be re-elscted'aad. seats had Jto. was Oensral.JJigbam. Then ,a:)large.'. ::0:
kve hail to do the,, work* find them SIXTH GRADB-Emma Bass Lottie I' necessary to summons a special FIXmiDA MIDbANQ be assigned. bex1 was brought. forth. In ,It were.

.tIIt, : '..4 correctly r kept.*: Bass, Irene Hill lard, Florrl' Sharpe, venire of thirty Jurors,* those finallyaccepted Leave KllllmlllM 8:00.: see.Artlve . In the Senate,.Vlce\ -P.ddent Fairbankc'.pretlded '. -. marbles, each separately '''numbered( '"

M" 'OF1' OOMMTTTKB-t ON PUBUO, Anna MoCalllster Minnie Lee Hogan, Being' R. D. Libby, George Kisslmmee 3:30 p..m.. the' organization of A. .page ''.blindfolded, \004 up ''and, "
Dm.DINa; Mary 'Regero, Ethel Ivey, Nathan Saunders, Chas Woodall Harry: Trains on the Midland will run trh tbs Senate being 'continuous. Rev.Edward : reaching Into the box, ,pulled fort.h. "
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I Van Vleck, W G. McCleland and weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays andFridaysInstead Everett Hate, the de.tiogubh.ed marble. The number ,was.1..d'' anithparty
:! Nov..;'39,' \OOT. ISryan, Eddie Hanseli;' Steve\ WU- ; chaplain 01! the Senate ...
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We. "appotnted'tovesttgattheoonditLon llama, Edward Newton, Helen) Overstreet. George Hay of twice a week as having' 'that'number"; was
; . The case grew out of thee killing of heretofore. ., prayer, the roll'was- called .and the given his choice of the unatslgnedseats. .

of the court : Martin Thomas by J. 'Mr Sullivan atFtogborn The tww-schedule. will be an Inoonvealeov vice president, announced a'quorumpresent. The procedure consumed ... 11'
tad grounds find that 'from Information SEVENTH GRADB: Luof Buckle.
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over a year s>go. Both'.men one for the people living along swearing -In,, of newly hour: The House was.then. Informed
given u 'by Walter Baas, Myrtle MoCalllster,1, Mrr+rUuchee, were prominently :identlfted with' tb..cat.tle the line of the Sugar Belt 'road;: 'as elected Senator wee tbeu taken up,. of the.death of Representative ..Slemp, .
3r.;, and Joe, Stratton that thepoor Marie O'Berr1oD Griffin, CbrInne > this lt after1 whilch Senator Hale the master la
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business coynty'and they.will now have to spend a night 'I sod respeoV to his, memoryid. '
Ii la better condition than It has Gilbert VII1I'IDla'"a1dnoD. '
.n was over a cattle deal that the killing and .)S'7 In town 'If tbe,' come bv I of ceremonies,'offered tbs usual resolution journme&t, "'al&Ir_.. .=
iq, i Inthree, year. We also Sad Annie Ruth Hollowar Mildred Smith, oooured. 'There'' were a. number, of rail. directing the appointment of a i
.. jell' and prison are In good (Dell: Carson Cecilia Overtlreet I eye-witpeesee; t.o the tragedy od these > -, L :committee to aot with a committee of W1etr

bltary condition/ ; plenty' of bedding .Corrle Miller Mary LeeOliver. were. put through a rlftld examination' the House to wait Upon President Worth doing ls worth doing well.
1 everything that \. needed We TENTH GBADB-Betsle Moseley. The arguments ef counsel wen concluded Death of Thomas T. Stockton.Jaoksonyllle' Roosevelt and inform him that congress If you with to b*cured of Rheumatism"

o find that thy floor JoUts In the ELEVENTH GRADB;-Marie Huddles yesterday at. noon and Judge m ; ,Nov. 30.-Thomas was assembled and prepared to use Ballard's scow' Liniment and yon

ftsemeot of the court. house, where.j ton.TTTEUTTU Jones' delivered his charge to the Telfalr Stockton for many :years receive any communication, be mightbe will be."..l1 cured'V A positive cure
Sheriff-lives/ ; ..rotten. and need .OBA ':-Mary Carson, Jury immediately upon the reassembling business manager of the Timce-Uolon, pleased 'to'make. The committee for sprains, Neuralgia. Brultet, Con-t

rj he replaced.with new ones; alsotev- EfHe Lawson. Eleanor Van Dusor., of court at 2 o'clock. The jury died at nis home In this, oily -at. 4:20: will not report.until tomorrow. Then traded Muscles aod all*;the, ills that
aral of the window' sills are rotten, and Henrv MOOD: I was out about an hour and brought i iI. o'clock this' afternoon The funeral another resolution was adopted; In* Beth is heir*., A,',fit, :M. Williams,

llhat there are several large 'cracks In a verdict as stated above, the pleaof i services will take place !Sunday 'after forming'the unsuspecting House that Nayasota Texat.. rites;: "I! .have
_j.the plastering-on the,, wall which Thata It I 1 I the defendant being self defense. noon from S".Johns Episcopal church the Senate was ready to woe to work used Snow_ Liniment for 'sprainedankle ,

aa4* to t>>closed.. We find the outwsteroloset. Cough yourself into a fit of spasms State Attorney John,C. Jones was Mr. Stockton had been Ill for may Identical resolutions were adopted by and It gave the best' of salts' ,
side io be la'1rooct '..oItary and then wsnderVby vou dont-grt i assisted In the prosecution of> the months, In spile of which he remained the House One more resolution was faction, I always keep >lt rid the

1 condition clean" and neat. We wall If you will only, try'. bottle ofBallard'a case by Judge W, H. Carter of at his post for a, long period, although needed.. start the legislative machinery house." Sold by. llobcson'i'Fhar; ; cmany.

recommend that the courthouse yard Horehound Syrup )our Tampa, and the defense was represented forced some time ago to go In the 'upper body/ and .It I. >. '1
6e givn a thorough,,cleaning UP. asIts' cough will be a thing of the past. Its b. Beggs, Palmer, of,Or- north for treatment and rest. His fixed the hour,of nfcetlng: e.t noon each i ' .

present opnditlon la esther.esightly Is positive cure for Coughs, Influensa land and TV..J. Sears. condition became v wy much worse .day _. Ge&. Ah............-.
; "Ws also recommend that. the windows Bronchitis and 'all Pulmonary When we went to 'press last week some days ago, sine which time/ his Resolutions werh.then a red ofli- General .Allen Thomas; wbo" was;.

".- In the grand jsryroom be' sup- diseases. One bottle. will cpnylnosvou the grand Jury "was still in, session life has been detoalred of. Mr. ,dally Informing the Senate of the a number of fears ago,* soaaager rof

Oiled with suitable shades. -at your drsgglst: tSo, Boo, 100. and no cases had been tried. OB-Saturday Stockton. 'has long been an Important deaths of Senators Morgan and Pious the St. Cloud"Sugar' plantation,.'.... ,

1415lOaT!: or OOMMITTKX OH COUNTY Sold by Roberson's PbarlD cy.DalDlliutieDS afternoon the grand fury figure in the business and politicallife of Alabama, ndioiit of respect.to their later. United States Minister-.jT***"

IENANCr1'Th. finished their labors sod were ,die- of Florida, and his death will be msmorles,' adjotirnmeot'was' v at.., soela'daring the'second Cleveland ad

committee. on county 1 nance we.por at Stds.n.D.Laod .; charged and court adjourned t&11MODel. sincerely. mourned throughout the Uu" ministrationfled. 'as 'fats ,home:-at p

$ we. find.... finaneial condition of Fla., Deo.. '.-Ths patrons ... Bt...... Theses a ..respectable showing of Waveltnd Miss.: ,last ,Tneeday.. ..ki'
ebe eooaty to'b*In excellent condition.'and. of Stetson University Include peopleof Monday, morning Chas. Brown,, the Perhaps a few Floridians I residing .pablio interest. la the ,,Senate:, but, ths- the "Tlth. year of _his age. .' '.

: the booted and acooonU of the .... all. religious faiths, ,and .Of all aqr ,charged with'grand larosay"; la outside of this olty'were" better ,and ,bulk of the crowd besieged the Honsswhere General After ,Thomas his, return..moved from T t.o'7V. .: ,.

.. pious ottslala'.are accurately and neat political opinions. There 'are Baptist breaking and entering Mart Stokes more"favorably .. In Tampa-than the proe>durs was more, apsetacalar where be lived for mnanber'. 01' ,
1y.ftept;' the*. the tax coUector baa Methodist. Presbyterians residence, plead guilty and was< sentenced Mr. Stockton, who had often been a ,although( high. brows were letsoontplclous. having lately rsmeyed< to .Ifs v__. .
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tesa satin anil energetic la collecting+ Disciples >o five years la .the peahen visitor. ,,As a business head.of Flor Alexander McDowell,cf Miss., whss hs'lived ,prior:) to .
EplllOOpallaD.j'lu'heraD'; yiorlder -,. ,
Pennsylvaailajclrk' of the last House coming ? ; ,
:the occupation take, as wilt show by Congreitatlonalists,.Catbpllcs, Unl- nary. ." ida's greatest daily paper as a .The QeaeruJ's. many .......
to this State .... Lawrence political worker and in ; life called the body to order: Be had to
his report attached general presentment. tarians, Adveotlsts and. JTews in the _L The ease of the 'private '
number. That Is because seotarlsaI.wbisg Sullivan and Chas. Padgett- charged he'was a most exemplary'eltt&ea. and pound vigorously. with hts gavel,to se se's. ,,, ::
ruauo ohantligtbe marks of hogs.'be his death will be sincerely mourned
IMPORT w ooMrrra sit ON has never been permittedfrom with -r- ... .. .. .
'. 8T uanON., tb. beIDDID."th., .... are longing to A< W. ,,Crosby' Is being throughout th..8a'Tb.,. Tribune ".. ... ..-- ...Iit

t.' ,The oomatt.te&b.l.oa"'uU. exam students. here at. Stetson woo are preparing tried and will not be' .concluded until i voices the sentiment Its every read ri "
? for the, Christian ministry in tomorrow, .r I a extending sympathy tee'the. bereaved b-
led into this department and report .J
f ',. lat the Superintendent of Public) In* four 'DomlD.Uoa.-BapLI., Methodist Moon, tc:Oliver and T. M. Palmer, family and other- loved OD... j. w. mm\$ \ .... .. '
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.Tampa, are representing the defendants In the death of Mr.: Stockton Florida \ M'
Presbyterian and Disciple. '
._*notion has, kept his books neatly '
fnsibis case and Vf. L. and Jacksonville bars lost a cltlitn All Kinds lot .Framarmade ) ..
r and administered his offloe 'with abllity Stetsoa University does1 not teach : .,'
_ [ .' ..' Theology, but It provides the Academy Palmer o.ol..do., !. assisting ,'ths' whom It will find laded dlfBcult to FUNERAL,,.DI'RE CTOR to,'Ordr.T; : .
Bt.teAt roel. pie prosecution; replace.
and College courtet, which are '
.. ...,.,BT'o. ROAD COMMITTEE.: .. UCENSED EMBALMER .
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prescribed for all students a
*,"*' 'W. report theroads:; of 'the county who usually enter the ministry, ,A',largenumber .K. .f P.'Beets: Officers: :: For Sail. I.Prompt attention:Oiyea to'.;'.
.nrally In good condition A shop equipped'with a< five borepower
r-oh* r ,very of students are preparing for '' ,orders s.4tnt'by mail or
i'wlth th* ezoeptionof; the Boggy Creek mercantile tbs Tbs regular semi-annual election of gasoline engine, planer band Also< gibe Lino of Ladies' and t tel +a ,
\ life, for legal profession irapb.
!road,,whiohj Ie In need of considerable omoe. was held byTTrlendshlp LodgeK. and Tip saws.,,other tools toonumsrous' -
vtjpalrs,;and the committee recommend for editorial work, tor teaching 0( P. last Wedoesdsy evening, to'' mention. Also a blacksmith. r

'that_the same be. made at 'an early. and other. forms of' ,professional' life.t8arir when,the following'officers 'were elected shop, tools; and stock( Terms m.de'' L.<< .std.. of, .
'-cate .. eta to serve for the ensuing term:: known OD:' application. Apply to". : i : .; '"
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N.....DeI.jun: 'beg to,express theirr.apnreclsXIon and early to rise,-makes ODe healthy, C. C.-J.W. Simpson.- M. Cosner ,,Kisslmmee.Ma . .
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of the. atteat.lrl! service happy and wlse'-espeolally If you take V. C.-A. B. Bell. .. ... s ." . -J
[ deputy Dan Brown during his at- Berblne before retiring'A positive P.:-J. M. Gardner..

ae .Dee o. our labors. We also ex- cure Constipation, Dyspepsia, and M. of W.-S. E. Gardner "
our thanks to the'sheriff' and his all llrer.complaints.' Mrs, 8':=, Columbia M. at A.-E.- S. Beeland/; .
officers, and to the clerk of the court Tenn. writes': "I .always M. of )B! ,=: FU. Bryan. '

fa, also thank lour honor, for cour-, keep"a.'supplyof your Her'bine on Kr erR: as S.-c. "W,''D nn.. .
i shown us, and the state attorney band Am so pleased with the'relief I. O.-R. L. Roberta. ;.4 from ;
|>.ls. s>ti;adanoe and '&4.ce, during Itgivss In constipation and; all ,liver O.: O.-O.-B. Woodall.1Representatives ( Imported Japan
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elonTof. this body.. complaints."that (I"orcll.aD" .express to the Grand Lodge
++.we!' Respectfully .lIbmltt.ed., my' apprecaltlon( ; Sold by Rober. -C..L." Bandy and W. J. Bearer Al .
G. B. \ OODAtr., Foreman., '" son's Pharmacy; ' teroatel-C. W, Dann'and 'A..S.'GU. ,
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'WA'H N 3w. CI rk.. .' .bert. ; _
'The.Prei3dt$ lAd( the Site Deputy,Orand C. C.-R. Thomas.. ; ',.., u.

:, *, Sdiol Homr Roll.i Four years ego President' Roosevelt , Trustees.-M. J. HteksrB. C. Miller We have just received a fine assortment of
i following Pl1pil"Of the Osoeola wasoot a ,en' poplar man' lathe and J. A. Lancaster. ,
and BUbr School have been South; bat today there see very After'.lectloa the members repairedto

'absent. nor tardy .during 'the few Southerners more popular In this O. A. Gilbert & Co.'s restaurant, JAPANESE GOODS'of "
[.ending NOT. 29th,; hate made part of Ihe world than is this New where arrangements for a light repast
age i of ninety percent or-:more Yorker. Little t.blD..b.o.; ,GeorgeBroadhurst's had been'made, and enjoyed a social J
studies, with cot lees than play, "The Man of, the'' hour,around the festive board., all descriptotis, suitable 'for Birthday: :faiid l!

Irs to raj one" subject and Houi}" hei been touring the South, i *
: boras MtetreU i c. Wedding Presents '
[; tban nlnetT'fife In deportr and It will be remembered U.be"I { rc '
line In that play which .land4. 9 to slight ol route
one a change
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J "'--Fi..... Bow, Coi the President's .corporation policies.In the J.. A.. .Coburn Greater. Minstrel ;; '
ater.EHhel Shiver, Fran oe.s J I several Southern 01'* the audiences I Company enroute.to.Tampa had'an Our selection :consists :of Bamboo Portiere-Screens,,CM-rtoitts*; w,

.Tennis'. Rexford, -Maudeirr broke out late Spontaneous open night, and )Gs.. Mortises lear> Cushions Plllows"Laniems", Parasols.. Wickerwork 'and a4atlutla r*

,:Tiller, Oraoe Gilbert; th....- it ute demonstration at. the 4elivery Ing,of this called the, advance- agent ous'and 'costly .assortment ef useful ornamental, China.andBricabrac. :
la-Alma ..CTemonst :Alice of,that line; ''demonstration' over, long .distance telephone/ '* A' )
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..3: MatUe : Stanford.. tattle a sort usually reserved until the band Ocala and secured the open date for ,
Line Floor
would call attention to-our Complete of Coverings ,
r> amlePllley, Claudr Moo playa ".Dlal .", ,And probably nicetyperaot KiSt imme. .Wednesday. Deo. 11th;' We ;.'
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Charlie: Rotundo. _JulianUeeBexford of tbbne who applauded'would sore Theatre goarv' will, have', anopportunity I , consisting of Carpets- ,; Mattings, Rugs, ."Art Squares; .&c'a11; a4: ;; #{

Boy.,O'Berry.q get a stile nettled at you tf you called of seeing'I i one .of;;tbelargest a_ abl..1'rlce8.. "
Frank' '''Bryan. Gerald them ''anything butt'Democrats; 'It and lDoM'lP04at.e': mlnatrel '' a! .
JBnllock; 'W. Oorydon looks as If John,Temple Graves.>'(who companies the present day, : :COME' AND: LET :US'.SHOW' YOU WNAT} 'WE. 'HAVE.. ; a.

1.1 B...."8tratloSwot; ' used to b* Problbltlonlev?.hwt! oowhae ,:This is the "Ore 'Balow'Mlo.' ..... .J" '

;-r ." .' ,'heoome. <:.a ..Heavet _Independent. stfei; rs-organtsed, ;r. aaocJ.le4 'andthe ". '
.-...-EsleBase. ;. YtF Lsaguer. ) was f&fel when.. be... that new.,title adopted. by ManagerCobtt w' MAKI' : ;NSON0: ''d/' ; 1\1 :
1,1 .OnssleVlna. ,, Carme '...."' n *p.otA. tidasfystl', ,yell, n-to protect,>. ls own"and, 'the .,.. B. I : \ ..; .

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I THE '" ,KISS MMEJi" y VALLEY{ GAZETtE



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:tai( j Kisehiiln itllj._ ,F1." Decefnber'6: 1907:, "V'' .'X' No. 40Of '"xn


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: OaiLAJann.tt4 A11 new people, new< ooitumet, music .. al'of .... Y y
Sullivan )ekes 10 the peeked Itallir...... Wa .... -
; ;
THE songs -vsudevitle. and feature '
:GRAfiOFmW JURY Ruby; Sbt ie.. Tlo.MoCaUltter'Bddie -
live .
Of MAKSUU01TER and mtoaM Bitten
''The, firtt SESSION.Orfamut of .. sew .'
acts,
. .. .part setting this| .
Spier Ey.teit.Co.
ampbelHutte members ,.
: ;: ., -1 teasenlt peso departure from those. tbs Coecre.*toiai kMl ,,
.cell Alma Smith Roaooe I> '"
aan/ of the put;, and Is the who hare; eome- ,to' ,.Wa1blkgtBja> a r
'Ma ''''ws"L the Violet DullooV. Ethel obenoa.Frauk Other :CM A DbfesesJ ..f 'By Orin he has"ever can-fed, most equipped beautiful with BettI Heus s gild: .'a Y .u.t.be ooustry. and,. lnei eatalb>V; -
O'Berry Loll Johnson,. Amy '
'-lt : .' to Be in: laktnton, Beulab1 Airy, Pfator 'gran c ,'!Wdaif sill !c.tdllm'.ad'lllh'-the''effects ensemble,, electrical' 'and for 'i se DtA..tdi. of.dle'Ns.. : .make scroll dents of ".tH for .themselves The. Dfp oa'' ,
numbers
fGNSISTATE Gilbert Aotoa Rexford, Aby New. (
,'SessIon.: are Dew.,brt..h and full of motion lien's Bu Corps also WH generally ,rapneMtl'
Nos i.
xWathtngion.
Dora Newman Nettle .
.n. ) Newton, d. I* the PrMldenblal! otUry were.
} '.. : Ceeoe.. After.dellberaUnM about one, hour and action. The alnglng is the best
'fpntnAt flubs Mr .
Dee..R-Cdngf.se: ,ssyembled Longwortb 'and" her sU.
b. bas er,
'.''' OOUWTV. QscxotX FouwrgidADeDolli." llord. be jury in the case of J.'M. 'Sullivan other ever carried, with (Ala or any. at noonyasterdsT... It was Ml**' Etbet The daucbier .of 'tbePretldwut ; f'?:

_ -' tr *;,' '. Ill,>.. 30,1907.. Ethel Gilbert Erie n.... Jrace Wino who' was tried' ia-tb*; Circuit Courtthis company' rathlrgton' great *no* day 'of the bed been Jnet at $h* ,rtoueeentrano , .f.
[ the Rq orabl. Minor 8.''Jonetl:. jlllian PrenUS, Maurlna'Daon, Butle week for .manslaughter, brought. .Sdealul otthe Capitol ,.I by: .a 'pl...... 'f
tbanc year; Long before the ,
*.<; the. grapd JuryW,th.tall term tell,. Albert Bass,, George Morrison afternoon f travel fell,lahe of po oa wbo"HOOrt.ed.the. pa 4*
.
III verdict l 'Veeterday x> ,
Malcolm Overatreet Collier. Beginning last Tuesday the scbed- Senate and House, a stream of people through theeorridora
court. \ ia and for ibtceola.. county, Myrtle to the galleryreserved
FIFTH ORADB-Ro.a Newman, not'guilty'{ ules for the Sugar Belt and Florida, courted down Penney Ivaala:avenue '' for the 'Executiveand/ <;
,v.. 30th 1W7,beR, to..tubrolt' the folving'genera Berate- Sharpe, Ruby Batt., ZelmaBatt This cats was begun lest -.Monday Midland rallroadsbeebeen changed. , niled the galleries and overflowed members.of his cabinet. Represent. .

. ) prM'ntgisoti I Mildred Wtnn Myrtle. Shiver eoornlnar, and, bas excited a, ''a...'' which will be In effeoi during the Into the corridors", a mat of con. alive "Nlo!'LoD *"'onb.'c'lo"o' on lb.door .

t e b...oaNilini"'ne.tl.t.ec( all I largurite Darldton Nettle Tyner. deal '' of. Interest, .on' accountof raage. -shipping season, and potslbv>> ocloaand color. was aOD.t.Dt.Jr''' _IO lI'bt.. the '
iert.of lmportanoe" oomlag'to>' our Ollle Carson Ljoetu Hogan Ham the prominence of.the. parties oonoarned. longer: T..ln.oo these road. are Th. procedure. in the>> 'Senate was eager eyes: of the crowd. '*

ta.W. ; :Ing.Na Carton Edmund Waldron, Uoth side were represented' now running' ..'follows; formal and brief.: -In the House the.atlas .The' floor leaders on both sides._

[ have examined: the, books],of the DOD Das, Rudolph Aibton Lawrence b y able. counsel. Sod the cse bas SUOAB BELT membership| bad to.be sworn in.Speaker Fame,.of New York and .Williams,

rloll i oouoty IKoI.li and .. far asi Tress: Leon. Bass Marlon. Johns, been'sT bard fought 'one ,throughout.In Leave Ktla>n>e 4:30: D. m. Cannon and. the other officer were given 'their choice" of ...a...; ...
i can end from flee, limited. : time we Lyle Story, Clyde U.t*. order to's secure a Jury It wasnecessary rrly..KI..m".8. : p. m. tad to be reelected! and cents'bad Jto. was General.Bigham'; Then a ,arg.bez .

kve had to do \ibe.: work, find them SIXTH GRADR-Emma Bass.-Lottie to summon a 'special FLORIDA MrDLANQ be atgoed.In . iras .brought forth. ,In ''li.weremarble '

guy. aad correctly" kept." ." Bats, Irene Hllltard Florrle Sharpe, venire of thirty Jurors,* those finally Leave KUtlmmee 8KX: ) a, ,m.'ArrlVe the Senate Vtoe.Vresldent Fairbadke.Preslded *,. each 'separately numberedf, .

>err. OP coot :"rem ON' Putnreetm.Dltro. Anna MoCallitter, Minnie Lee Hogan accepted .elng R. P. Libby, OeorgeSaunthrs Kisttmmee 3:30 p, m., ,- the organisation of A page. blindfolded,, stood. up god;.
Mary Regero Ethel ,Ireyt Nathan Cbas' Wood an. Harry Trains on tbe Midland will/'run tri the Senate being continuous. n... rvsohlnff Into the box, pulled forth a
Bryan; Eddie Bantell Steve WU- Van Vleck.: W. O. McCletand and weekly Mondays Wednesdays,. and Edward E..ret'Ua'" the dettlngulah marble. 'The number wasread and
'No.M
1901.
; | ed Chaplain. ef ,the Senate____ offered_ __ __
.
KWe committee. ''appointed i to! llama Edward ,Newton Helen' Orer George H.,. Fridays Instead of' twice a week a* n tbe party having( that; number' was
your of the killing off prayer tbe roll war balled and the
court1 treeu The case grew out > heretofore. given his oboloe of lobe udasslgnedseats. !
of tbe
investigate the condition art In Thomas by J. 'M..Sullivan atPie.boni The: ICb.ciuse vice president announced /quorum . The procedure consumed
new will be Inconvenient an
an
[ grounds\ ftad that from Information 'O.ADIC-Luo"
.
and SEVENTH, Buckle. '
touts Walter Bass over a year ago. Both one for the people living alongthe .present,. The swearing In, of newlyelected hour The House was.tbep Informed' : "
[ u"by Myrtle MaCaUIterKMarjr; H..hea
given .
prominently -Id.ntlq..d with tbe Seoatora wt tbeu taken up, of the death
were ; of Representative
line of the Sugar lull. 'road :'as Slemp
Sr.. 'and Joe Stration that,tbs poor Marie O'Berry Alma Cor '
Griffin, Ii after which Senator Bale .
cattle business of this county 'and the misterotceremonies'orered send la
to his ad-
[farm'is ID better condition than It bas'three lane Gilbert, Virginia Maklnion :they,'will now bare to spend a night retpeot memory. ), ;
a cattle deal that the killlni the usual retoJutlon 'journroentwat
Nave over taken.
and aday In town 'if they' come bv
? We also find Annie .
Ruth Mildred '
; :years Hollowar.- Smith oceured.r, 'There were' a number 01 rail. directing the appointment of a .
.Mbejall. and prison are In good ,men Carson Cecilia OverttreetCorrleMiller ; what
committee t.aa with committee "of
.eve-wltpestee the tragedy'''"and these a ,
.
anitary condition; plenty of. bedding Mary LeetOllTer.TKNTH were.put through rigid examination the House to wait. upon PresidentRoosevelt Worth doing is worth doing well'
Ld everything that. U needed We GRADE-Betle Moteley L Death of Thomas T., Stockton.
and inform bit If bs
I '.The arguments ef oounael were con .. that con- I IOu'wl.b to cured of Rbeumatlsss'
llto in the ....
floor GKADR Marie Huddles .
find th&tth! joists ELEVENTH
; eluded yesterday at noon, and Judge Jaoksonvlllei ., NoV, 30.-Thomas green wai" assembled and prepared to use Ballard's! Soow Liniment and you
wherehe '
msement of tbs court: house, !" ton. ; Jones delivered his charge to the TeUalr Stockton for many years receive any communication'be. mightbe will be,/"wsiloured"?. A positive cure,'
Sheriff lives; ..rotten' and need TWELFTH _OB ADM M' try Carton, )immediately upon tb. reaisemb- business manager of th. Times-Union pleased to make. The committeewill for sprains. Neuralgia, Bruise, Contracted -, .
.* replaced with new ones; also*ev- Effle Lawson, Eleanor Van .puror, not ..report until tomorrow. 'Muscles and all the that
ling of court at 2.o'clock. The jury died ., bis borne In this city at .:20 Then ills
aral of the window sills are rotten. and Henry MOOD; was out about an hour and brought o'clock this afternoon, Tbs 'funeralservices another resolution was adopted. informing flesh i* heir.*. A. f1.p4., William.' ,:
[ that there are several large crack lobe unsuspecting House that Navssota Tsxa Nrltes7 ..t have
,
Is a verdict as stated above, thee plea will take place Sunday afternoon
ia the plaster log-on the well which Thsta. 'It.I. ii of the defendant being self defense from St:Johns Episcopal church the Senate was ready to go. to. work. used Snow Liniment for 'spralaedankle t?

;'need to be'cloaed.V.. find tbe out'atd.wst.rolosetsJobe'In Cough yourself into a fit of tpaamt State Attorney John I:.. Jonet, was Mr. Stockton bad been ill for"many .Identical revolution were &adopted. by aoell It garo tbe best of ..at.I'1'M

,- 1fooA near sanitart aad tben ..nd. *leby you dont get assisted '1D the prosecution of the _oath, In spits of which remained, the House One more resolution was faction I always keep. It id the: ;
condition; clean and WsWpmmeod wall If will only.try: :-a bottle ofBallard' needed ta start the leclslatlvs ma bouse." Sold by Roberton's .Pbarmsoy. "'
-
s you case ,by Judge W. R., Carter, o' at his post for a long period, although .
that the court house yard Horehound Syrup lourcough Tampa, and the defense was represented forced some time ago t..0 chinery th.-upp: body, and It ti.
te given a thorough, cleaning up. is will be a thing' of,'the P&l. It bv Begg & Palmer of Or- north for treatment and rest. His fixed the bowel, ideettag net noon each | ..
; Its. condition is rather neUrhtly GeL /.. 1MInr 1..
) prssent !.> positive cure for Coughs, Influeaa land; and W. ;J. Seart. condition'became very: much' worse day.Besoluttoasiretethes ., ,
windows -
.
We also recommend tk. the Bronchitis and all Pulmonary When we went to 'prets last week some days ago sine which time- his effered oH. ,General Allan" Thomas, wno wae,:

in the errand Jury.room, be sup- disease.. One bottle will oparinoeTOU the grand jury was still In session life, bas beeis despaired of4 Mr dally informing the Senate of tba a anmber of years..ego,* manager.'of

,piled with suitable ahades.KTORT -at your drsffglit. eSo, 60o 91.00. and no cases bad been triad. OnSaturday Stockton bas long been aa Important deaths of Senator Morgan and Pettua, the St. Cloud .Sugar'. plantation, -and

Or 'OOtOmTKXi. OH CXNTMTT'Tb Sold by Roberton's Pharmacy.> afternoon Ate grand fury figure In the business,tend political of AI.bam.41011'of respect to their later United States Minister' to .Y.n.

EmUCYI finished their labors and were discharged life of Florida and his death will be memories.,' adjournment'was taken'at Fate daring'tb* second Cleveland administration

*oommlU** on county finance report DeooraiMti it StctsM.DeLand .' and court adjourned till slnosrely' mourned throughout the 12:42.' \ died 'at. bis boms at, ..

t ws find tb* financial condition of, Fla.. Deo. The patron. Mond iv.Monday. Stats. Tbers.ras a respectable showing of Wavelaad. *lu; last:,'Jtiee4"; ,.ta
Ah.oonaty to. ''be to excellent condition. of Stetson ValversttT Include. .people morning Oh... Brown the Perhaps a few FlorUlans residing. pabllo Interest. la the .Senate. but tbebulk the nib year of' bis age. '> ".

'..4 tbe books'end accounts. of the vs- of all religious faiths, and of all regcocharged .Stb.r&a4 larceny, in outside of this city'were better: .end of the crowd besieged'' tbe Howe General After Thomas his: returnfrom moved 'so'A Ve

.slous oAslala'.are; aecuratelr. and neat political opinions.. 'l'bere'... Bap breaking and,, entering Mart Stokes more favorably known In Tampa than wher.theproendun was move" speotacnlar when bs lived for a number of ; ,
., 1"'b"; the tax: collector' has 'titts Methodists. Presbyterians, residence, plead guilty and, was sen*, Mr..Stockton who bad often heeD a although high brows were. lessoonsftictous. having lately rsmored to .Wa ;
-beaa active'gad energetic la collecting I Episcopalians, Ciutberans. DS tpl.., tensed.to tin years la the pealtentlary. I.Ito'A.* a business head..of Floe .Alexander McDowell of Miss, when* be'lived rIoP' 'to :
i/tbe occupation taxes as will show.by I .- ida's greatest dally as apolitical Pennsylvania. Clerk Of",last House, coming to nartda. : ,
paper
Unitarians
Congregattonalista
Catbpltos Th. General's many ...... a are,'
attached. to this general!prelentment. The of the Stats "vs. Lawrence worker'and In' called t&e body to order. Be bad to ,
bis report Adveotlsts. aDd Jews I number. That is because sectarlaateaobiag' Sullivan and Chas. Padgettcharged, be.... a most' exemplary' citizen, aDd< pound vigorously- wita':bis,gavel.to ie1J. > ps pained to, aarn of bto,aeaS.:,, ," '

IMPORT, ''Or COJSWrrnae ON TVRU '' bat meyer. been permittedfrom I with changing 'the marks of i bogs belonging his death will be sincerely mourned, ., J -- -:",, 'r
INSTI'17OT1ON. the beginning Thereare I to' .A< W. Crotbv is being throughout the.,Stat... Tbe Tribune' --a-4;--_..._.- 4'1J ,

'The committee.. bas.' carefully. exam 'students hen at Stetson woo are preparlnn ,tried and will not. 'be'concluded until voices the sentiment .t Its every reader r ..
iaed Into tbl* department .and report 'for the Christian;: ministry in 'aomOl' "." 'rf "* extending sympathy tIbe, .hereared J'ttsf' :

., -tbat tbe Superintendent of Public. In- four d.Domla.tloa.-Baptl., Methodist I ..Moon &Oliver and T. .M. Palmer, family and ptber> loved ones: TIiMiFUNERAL

ructlon bas kept bis books neatly Presbyterian. and Disciple.' of.Tampa, are* representing defendants In tbs death of Mr. Stockton Florid -
.; e.d administered his office with abll"ityV Stetson Ualfsrstty does not teach ia this csse and W. Li. and Jacksonville bars lost a citizen All, Kinds' 'of Yr&mie'

Theology, but it provides the Academy Palmer of Orlando, Is assisting the. whom it will find indeed. difficult to RECTOR mad tb Drdef,, .

ROAD OOJOOTTEE.. and College court, which anusually Sttte Attorney lathe prosecution: replace. '
BSSPORTOF, 'UCENSED"EM'BALMER
prescribed for all student ,
''Ws report tb*,:'roads of the county who enter the, atlnlttrv A largebumber K. .f P. Elects Officers. Per Sal. Prompt attention OlT ri.to1.: t1
,
,to, b* fteoerallf- In very good condition t A shop equipped with a five honepower I
'
of students. are preparing for order sant by mailortitelegraph. :J JIf
>'with the exception of the Boggy Creek'read mercantile life; for the legal profes- The i regular semi-annual election o' gasoline engine,, planer' bam 3 I Also Nice Line of Ladies' and I ''
which Is IQ reed of oonsidsrabltepelrs officers was held Friendship LodgeK. and rip saws,,other tools too .pumer. ;
,-and th.commlreoommeoc1: close, for editorial work for teachingand of, P. last Wednesday evening, our to mention.-- Also blacksmith, 3t Gents. Burial *Robes..,

that; the tame be made at, an early, other forms of professional. .life.flirlt when the following'officers, were elee shop tool* sad stock.: Terms mad sr Residence, Wsst, Side of: M t
'
:.ct...: ,q. "/;*. ..d, .ted to serve for the ensuing' term: known application. Apply to ; PHONE78., ...= .Court House Square jb. .

That grand "Jury beg' to express their; and early to rise. ,.makes one C. C. J..W. Simpson.. M. Coiner, Klsslmmee, Fit. .lls- ,a..s...,c,..ti cfuEslcour.. .Aysv .Af .ja.wsh'3..
appreciation of the, attentive service happy and wUe'speoially If V" C.-A..B. Bell .. -
"be..lib"1 '----- .
'iof deputy Dan Brown during\ bia 'attendance Herbine before retiring A P.--J. M.-Gardner.MM = : ;:', tl \

oa our labor We alto.. our) for Constipation Dyspepsia, < of 'tV'.-8. E. Gardner.. 1! .
''titld our thanks to the sheriff and bl all liver complaints. Mrs, 8'; Columbia M.>at A.-E. 8, Beeleod.', r lt

.Officers and to"the clerk.Of..the court ) ,Tenn. writes: "1 ,always'. M. of E.-'-P.'C. r.D.. ,
Ws also thank'your honor' for court: keep supply of ,our berbipe on K, m. sir S.-C. W. Dann.. ;

'"...,.;'test.** shown" us, and the" state. attorney band. Am so pleated with the relief, I. O.-R- 'L. Robert. ,..., From : :
fer.kit attendance and' advice. during It gives In constipation and- all liver O.; G.-O.,B. Woodall. Imported Japaii
she eeestonTo i ( this body. complaints.'that (words. cant 'express BepresentatlTta to the Grand Lodge

AI( Eetpeotfullv submitted, my appreoaltlon. 'foldEby: Rober, -'C.,1, ;\Bandy .snd.W.; Se.no'.A1. I

.O I; B: WOODAIX Foreman eon's, Pharmacy, t..D.tea-C. W. Dann and A..S. Gl .

f Jrvre,HQsaPwOW.. Clbrk.IRm r bert, __ -
The President 1M die seuth.I 'Deputy.4rand C. C.-R. Thorns.'

Sdwd Hofwr Rill. Four President Robsa I 'l"ru.tee.-N..I. HIckerB., C. Miller I
years ago
; We have just received a fine assortment of
'
ID' and 3.A. .Lancaster. .
toliowing'Pl1pll. of the Oeoeola veil was not a yerv poplar man
iradsd and Blab School have been the South; b-j today there are ''very; After'election the members repaired '
rabsent nor tardy during the few Southerners more popular ID'thl. to> O.; A.Gilbert dc Co.'. 'restaurant, JAPANESE 'GOODSof "

ending Nor. Z9t.b.1; .have .made part of the world, than is this New where arrangements for a light repast 1 : ,
...... of ninety,percent or-more Yorker- Little things show George bad been made, and enjoyed a social : .t .. 1
air studies, with not., Jess than Brotjdhurst's play, "The Man 'of the bour evened the festive board., all descrlptotis suitable ;for. Birthday .and '

fflve tb one subject, andthan Hou baa been touring the South .' UJ
I any . . Presents .(
,nlnrtT-flve ,in deportr and it will be remembered t.ba'be,. MiastreIt'c.iiIc.! .. Wedding 4w >* *

is one line in that play which .lands pwlng to a slight< change of route ./
t' Qium-Finn.: Bas, Cog the President's 'corporation' policies.In the. /,: 'A..Cobuen. Greater Minstrel i tOur (
tamaa.terrEthel Shiver, Frances I several Southern cities.'the audiences Company enroute to Tampa had'a. 'selection: consists 'of Bamboo Portiers-Screens' .Ctrteitts ; '.' 4 t

)F.annl: ' Retford,;.. 'Mauds broke out Into- spontaneous. open might, and Mira. M rrt... tear*. Cushions*Pillows?Xntiteriis; Parasols.,Wickerwork: and a, MMMCSMoUs .,.:.

'' ,Mary; Tiller,. Orao, Gilbert,' three-minute demonstration at the delivery fat of this, called the .advaocev agent and .costly: assortment ef ::useful and ornamental:China and:" : w
SII..-AIID" iCleinoas, Alice 6f,that line; --demonstration'of over, long .distance telephone- at "
Bric'a-brac. . '
,
-,, MatU Stanford,, Mettle sort usually reserved until tbe bandplays Ocala and secured the open date for attention 'to..our' Line of"Floor '...
r.;)1ml.PI11ey,",.Claude' Mo- '!"Dixie. 'And probably ninety. Klstlmme.,, Wednesday, Dec, lltb, . We would call Complete : Coverittcs -' ';

;, ,Charlie '.Rotuodo, Julian. percent of those who applauded'would thus Theatre, 'genii ,will, bar aa cpnsistinii of Carpets-, Mattings, Rug, .. Art Squares,,>,..c,. ',all.,at.: x}

>-IA.Recford Roy. O''Berry. get a little nettled at you if you called opportunity, of .seone of;'tbe reasonable::prices. "
r flee;Frank .Bryan; >Gerald them anything but, Democrats., largest an4 mss )ip o dsto'mlnsiraloompaalee l '
Ked/JBaltoek, W,.'.Oorydon looks'.. If.ro..Tpl.. Graves''r'(who at the prsssn day.; : :COME AND LET US'SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAEW. .,. ', "

..11.'Bas*.;.Strattoo. .-.Story used to be a Prohibition) !*,,,bw; BOW Tbl fin tb* '!Orea Barlow Kiln.sW > <' Y
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I.,/: has beoom. *'''a..Heiare*.J ladepeddentwas .V! re-orgautsed. ;re-a.oa.I.4 and .l'L -' ,' -'- :' : -l ;

Qaibm-EsuI.. lieu." I/tr leaguer) tight when be;eatd tbat.beoauee th., new,'till). adopted. bye; Manager ;MAKN8ONQ.-I I : '
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, G...... 4-\It'I.(na,'>Carma ..... fJo1a Ibn"ipsoplg':';Ns "" _:!'lfirRoo.evep Cohere to proteot.. Us*'own'' and"she .', 'B. .., ,.

; ;ArobU ul.M Laaa/ Ruby tbey?thought. >s interest of bla patrOD'"from tbe'":'". t .. / ...: ';,:; !' !" j
.IU. *'.......... }Horma,'BrKiar <- was the Mf....Democrat ID tbe com* ferloroom, ,a.ts Mho,Hive been tois-: I ".'.. .. 'L KISWMMEEYLORIDA.- ; "" ,,'"?'i' <"\. ) }
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t, Xanferd; ,Walter. trf.:-DOB Marosle aad ......, Worfbssrepaiatloa I \ / -.L.\,

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Tale.....:. p .......... of Secretary Cortely'otr.PLETHORA : by giving Uhe child; .:
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CHAPTER xnr. *' while with la( voice mingled the mur. of pearcd life The announcement by Secretary Cor- A KoffisefcoUd E ecessifcy.J. .

d Tile Lady's Pistol. mur of the pine trees overhead llko that further
faint Wednesdays night , O. i Snillh, JIo son, Tcs-nn'; 'rrrltci: "IbM'ouneif' y
At breakfast next morning Colonel the sound of the. surf' on a deserted 1 peach .to the one-year treasury l Jlallard'o Iforcliountl fjyrup'tn 7'-fainily for ho I post
Wright explained at some length that chore. It far Hungrier to other r
"DI<.1 I dew 'N.ro, cud fI.cl; : any sough ry
\ as the' stage manager had :now, arrived Slowly he made his way across, looking; ; ., would not be received Is :.. mod lei no wo Imvo trlocl. JJvrry; : liocteJjold fihould bo' ,
he failed to sea any obstacle In fdelinff with his encumbered feef.for the cn'ji .In Washington a?' InJ at- cuFpUcd vrltl) tblJ: vrorUiy ru:oo}-,.!! ,,
w, the way of Winyard and himself Indulging each standing place for he dared not "Yes 'Children.i"C : -
; of
considers
remove that the secretary the The DeHglit .
a la another his eyes from the girl's'paloand .
morning's flehing.This ; flow, .. .
defiant face. Suddenly shd in the money market to be ,
proposal \Vinya d agreed to ing prae. CJtt COUGHS, COLD:: ::, Vv'HiOPlNaCOUGH :
;1 with his usual readiness and lmme-,, seemed to realize what he was Coins, Then I over., Official figures have not V Of -iHiiOAT.! hIC NCHI- It !
JIately\after the morning meal they) and she raised one hand couvulwlvcly to : ins '/\Nt' fi\j\ LLJjCJ rrfSiLEr.. ,:!! .
: of ""
been given out at the treasury ,
t
.
aF '' to her throbbing temples. Then i
Pulled According forth together.to arrangement Win- hastily she withdrew the other hand, "Oh for !she amount of certificates allotted. The 21: PRICE 25c, SOc, and;, ''il; Oa( ; " '.;' ,

yard went down stream while the from her packet MIstley saw the I' with her \ of the allotments made, how AVOID ALL GL'LTTEallsiid ' .... ;:;;;;:. ;, 1I8i Cf

colonel fished up. gleam of polished metallashing In ........, ...,.. .'!-.... .
"
is to be about $35,000,000 and this --- .
1 he the sunlight and a moment later he .w " ..
;, While fished Winyard MIstley
r was facing the muzzle of a pistol, probably the limit. All individual '> ) "t .
Limment
was actually pondering over the advisability ? : Snow ; t1
whllobehind he still met those Co9
It {
having been rejected it
of his
abandoning new pro fl.
lv fession. What conclusion'he, might with lifeless no blue light eyed of hatred fixed In on them.his face A anticipated that ,nearly' the ""whole SCO-E02 North Eccoad 2!r:;rt, ?' ::11 f{ j# tt. t\\ .,.i ii
'have arrived at it were Jiard to say, the $35.000,000 allotted Will bo .
The sight of the little black orifice, :!' .. / 1J .y ffi ,
had he been 'allowed to 'think the with Us rim of blue steel drove the Uleuce. < to help new Issues. 'of bank. t. GT. LOUIr'Ii.: .... {'t"t/! ;;ii' l"i.; \: ..
matter but suddenly the
new
; ,, ,
out smile from the Englishman's.., f" l-c .ll.. '\'" lot.
light shone uponlt. Alight all lurid young ,,h) .L $$1... .1' '<:,;' '? !. :\ "' :f"
f with the hate of man, red with the I lips; but still ho slowly approached onslaught these Issues will be retired within 1_ j\2'a..:: :' .:;(; .:; -.1';:! J"f' .
gleam .of aggressive treachery, yet her with' the dqgged coolness 'of his slowly \ than a year, they will not con

hieing with the glory of a steadfast race-not blindly but calculatinghis red lips a permanent Inflation of the Sold and HccomrnenrSod bv
chances as If be' were glltedwltJr fully.
purpose. t note cIrculation For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
Among the solitary grandeur of a" dozen lives "Now., (effect of the hew loans on the ,
"If, she exclaimed In .her pretty, ------- --" -- ---- -
his native hills by the side-of peace- self!1" he of the treasury resources and ..
ful Broomwater an event was "Jea- Russianized English; "you come one picked up KISSIMMEE'
step nearer to me, I kill you!" money Is' already receiving at
Uned to take place on this fair summer her ,
l No from his Tile at the treasury and In banking \
reply came lips. ,
which quiet.
morning left its mark on
stream laughed on. Overhead the there From present sources of In
Winyard MIstley' UreIt was here ;
"'" that the long -pursuit so steadfastly pine trees sighed, and far away In She the amount nominally added EIV'EE :RO-U'rE.\

carried out by Marie Bakovltch, was the glue ether a soJUarXcurlew: gave ment. cash balance of the treasury will \,

", to come to an end. As will be learned forth his weird cry of warning. with both : about $85,000,000 of which '50,. ,

,'. hereafter, he was fully aware of' the Facing the mouth of tho grim little "t <' will represent the two per cent 8TEAMEH LILLIB, 8TKAMCR: nOSEAD....

i girl's purpose, and even knew her pistol, and with the same sure- men. Do bonds and $35,000,000 will rep Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson jr. }

;4 name and description but had always footednees Then suddenly he continued the girl his wa lroin)'. "Oh. ) the one-year certificates, which Regular -veekly trips to Basslnger sad; return. Roseada leaves Kissiar '
< >cd: I
treated- the matter lightly, as her arm. - plied; "I been allotted. This amount would mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klislmmee Friday evening. a

and the passing Ignorant freak' or a Now highly he strung "For God's sake, stop!" she hissed volver He \ the present nominal balance Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer."s>bee and Fort Myers on ta girl. was
a about to learn his mistake he stamping her foot on the soft turf. pointed at about $241.193.217 where It stood Comfortable accommodation for passcngers. Rates reasonable. ,
; was The
about to face ft sudden and unexpected Still he came on toward her with( watched to a little more than $325.- For most picturesque Waterway In Florida
danger alone and unaided as he steadfast grey eyes fixed on her face ously A small additional amount Passenger and Freight Rates apply to
had faced Then she slowly raised her arm cartridges CLAY JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor, h
most
thIngs.In bin short, be derived from the premium on
... life. And the'result again and turned the pistol toward stream, On board -IJIlle. Klsslmm.rA. i
of
It all
was to bonds ,
Panama but even It this .
't be the of him. While facing It, he was calculating Adonis. I -. -. --. - ,
+ appearance a new ally average as high as five per cent '
_ againstthe little god who bad laid the chances with a deliberation her the ftr
!r his siege so skilfully. Dogged British that was surprising even to himself; "I have amount to only $2,600,000.
and there flitted through his mind with a nominal balance of
u! pride joined ambition determination I Better
and patriotism and drove their. the recollection of his own failure to you feel I than, $325,000,000. tho treasury Something Than,,
; email enemy shrinking' b ck. shoot .a disabled horse because Its "Of me? not have anything like that amount .

Winyard Mlstley had made his un- eyes met his without flinching.The ously pale I available. This Is because SuccessLl

.!ventrul way up the stream'for abouta bed of the stream was now womanly In national banks and other

mile 'and was now approaching ; rising._at.a. _g.enUe. Incline .beneath "Yes," Items. These Items amounted
spot where the'water broadened out,I his feet; a few more' steps, and he "Will you -
to Benton.
$231.989,589 leaving an By
'v "losing; after the manner of earthly I would be In shallow water; yet another sent by ,' balance ,
few and that small white hand "I working -of $8,463,628. -
things, profundity In so doing Here was .
.
.
s were stepping stones and on each would ba within his reach. "And yet secretary hal announced that -
aide a natural unmade footpath. Suddenly a streak of white flame her face per cent of the payments for SAGACIOUS. ahre'Wcf.-acuto roan ot'the:world Sa sometimes %,

Although he' waa fishing careless almost blinded him and a ringing knew of iy'T bonds will be left"In tilt!.cus mere nuisance; be has made his prosperous eom.1' at the."v

: lyWlnyard's eyes were flied upon report well-nigh burst his brain. every V>f the national banks purchasing IAl expense of others and he has only contrived to accumalat*.
the water and he therefore failed to. The Ji'ttle puff of gray smoke' rose couraged nd.; and about Tentt-be'per behind'; Ifttle fence of his own; what was meant to be the

percelYe' the form of a girl at the slowly on the breere and Marie Ba wt of the payments for the one-year property of alt. .1 have known a good many successful aces.. {
edge of the stream, 'upon the. kovitch saw MIstley. standing in the She wln the ,and I cannot honestly Mr that I think that the,are areneral !:
oppo- will be left with bank
side' and a little higher tin.I Shallow water. last word. I ... I I Jy the better for their success They 'bare often learned 1;;
This young lady had apparently The sulphurous smoke had half tertwining effects' of these changes I In the .elf-conMsoce. the shadow of which Is a good-natural con ";

no -intention of mating her way choked him, and some grains of unburned never balance sbeet, upon the bale contempt for Ineffective, people; tee shadow, on the other .

across.; the<, stepping stores, being powder had, flown,Into hisfaceiicau.bg"a ,"They,";. .. of both classes of securities hand, which falls on the contemplative man It an undue dlffloence, an ldo- "
quite content'to' stay where she'.wa". ; ':'momentary stlfls\ ;; selves" amount of $85,000,000 will be lent depression, tendency. to think .that,It does not very much matter'what. :.
'
Every"now: and then she glanced otherwise was unhurt. ''The 'pla- forwardness a.e the amount In banks ,to any'one does.'
down stream aI' If expecting someone tol threw high having been made to not their $300,000.000 and the .working bat- But, on the other hand the contemplative" man sometimes does grasp ..

'r' ;' and yet'when MIstley appeared sell and not to shoot 'with; reeled by to about $22,000,000; The In very lmportant'fact-tbat we are sent Into the world most of':us, to' lea.ra.
lie.gave her time something about God and ourselves; whereas If we spend lives '
unconsciously and placidly angling no to attempt a to do by of $14.000,000 In the working our to direct
s, 'she appe red'surprl ed and somewhat second shots In an instant he was las and ing and commanding and'ccft.uJUnc.other., we get so swollen a sense; of oar '
will be due In the retention In
disturbed, on the bank having sent-his rod olnU of own Importance our own adroitness, our own effectiveness,- that we "forget .
4 At'first she made a movement as quivering on to the turf beside him. accomplish of $5,000,000 or ten Per that'we are tolerated rather than needed. It li better on the whole IA'tarl'7'''

It to.draw back; and then, suddenly ,lie grasped her wrist, but not too the aid of of the principal\ ot the Panama the Lord's lei.urelhan, to try Impatiently to force the hand of God. and to-
'stepping forward she resolutely fiercely, for even then ho remem* I '. arid' about $9,000000; or make amends 'for. his apparent alothfulness. What really makes a nation,

planted 'herself at the water's edge bered his manners and the wrist was I never have per cent of the principal of grow and Improveand progress Is not social legislation and orgaalMtlom,. "

t with -pale'agltated. face and quiver very small and shapely. I work. I >,ooo In' treasury certlflactes. That la only the sign of the rising morel temperature; and a man.who aets.
:' ing; lips, while her small ungloved She made no attempt to resist and : that this condition of the treasury fi; an example of soberness and kindliness and contentment is better than .. z _

: 'hand went to the rocket: of her dress. relinquished her hold on the weapon : tell you that will be changed materially In pragmatical district visitor with a taste for ratln(,me k' persons.-From Fat5
a Adonis was as he firmly took' it. nam's Monthly
some distance behind Suddenly he tween If the secretary Is able to
,
? his master engaged In botanical dis felt the life go from her hand, and of. Colonel '
coverless and therefore oblivious; to :was In.time. to.catch. her as she fell formed of it ut the program of retlrln&-a .*.H+....................

all. around him. With aggravating unconscious and helpless, 'forward ter but .as portion of the one-year ... .
deliberation- the fisherman came rate hi; arms. It took him a''moment yourself before maturity. It $30. .

w lowly on. 'The water below the to realize what had happened; then slightest ; of the certilicate.' can then be O' tUhy e"' 't, 'b '
stepping stones was of no use to he laid her gently on the bank and telling the ; off. the cash balance will fall to

him; so he raised his rod to gather turned to- get some water, which ele passport ,, The loss In the cash bal- Economic .
4 laUhe line and.passon., As he did mont he "supposed to, be necessary. blaster to decline by three-quarters of the Conditions Will .
BO/ he liftedhls under the circumstances. i'
eyes and fouqd himself you who paid off. or to $277,500,000, and .
face'to face with the girl. Her Carefully holding his cap by th? make you a balance willfall to about
'
f attitude. .the paleness of her lovely rim,, b.e-suddenly\ tipped It over and henceforth I I Improve
face, and the'wild excitement gleam- cast upon the girl's lifeless taco a sense ot ,>OO. Thelos a In the cash bal

las in her eyes, were instantly ob cold 'shock of water which Immediately from will be''due to taking from the

eerved.by Winyard and In a flash of trickled down her gracefulneck toward ')' cash 25 per cent of the 1:_ By Talcott Williams. '

,; thought be connected her presence: in a most uncomfortable manner agent. paid for the retirement of the .
there with himself. and'with' the : Dut what man .under the cir frightened. cate..

... tall artist 'whose-faca he remembered cumstances, could have boen expect we mean, .' I HERE has grown a conbcloutne-s: 'that trade, bl1.tne.Ue'ol'ganlzallon : ;r

the having. seen' at Victoria Station on ed to think of that? This vigorous treacherous BANKER SUICIDES of capital, the corporate acllyltles of men In all.T .
"laDd:mornln of his arrival: in' En,- treatment met with Its'dua reward, qul vivo to the fields of material activities have been untouched by thla'
; for Marie Bakovitch promptly opened lag word new principle of individual
Victim human action; In business the
There was 'ignoring her In New York of Finan
no the 'girl's eyes just In time to save herself 'He' was will, sometimes Tfade'fas1111'
arbitrary, is still!
evident excitement; he-could not pre- the Infliction of a second capful. gray eye's, clal Upheaval. under a competition supreme + ,
wl lch Out corpora
;t tend, to treat her a. '"Where approaches war. i
j a til lager, and am It" she Inquired in fuh flashed \ Maxwell deposed dons are under a despotic little modified '
president control
personal ; ,
pass/on with
a. local greeting. For French- -that being the tongue in The girl by the votes of : world 'OC,
?tM.enoment- the ruddy color left his which.ehe'prayed and thought hawIng ly; although Borough! bank of Brooklyn, who trade and of shareholders Through all! the with ;
*aic.; ut1t was not due to Coward spoken it before any other. and under Indictment! for grarid''lar which society began production the old rule and the old system'
'
and I the>
out of la :
ice for which It has In religion'an"
,;' men, grown pale in-moment's ,Winyardwas.never averse to sat at that business of grown
1 'of Excitement who do not.know:what isfying harmless curiosity; but to "It is for and forgery, and was released cqualUrcoLclou2ne"g tends still remains supreme. Its workIng Instead of tellet-J ., d';+

p?* fear.is/ 'Then,he'raised bis cap, but answer' this question was a' matter and .not for jail' Monday on $30,000 ball, com as the to.inoauallty. Notl1lnK'ba. so grown upon Ut.-publlo; a
never'smiled'or, Inellned. 11 of some low Part is Conviction that the economic system orwhich'we are .:
head. length; so lie Ignored It. and suicide Tuesday He !at War with ,
( cut the the
'The 'girl ignored his jsalutatlon, said, In the same language; Now wonderfully his organized acUvltiea of democratic principles which control" the 'rest Clf ,
., landing motionless. and, pal. a. a you are all right again; is It not soT patriot I, and left wrist with a razor and A. .e|r'rulo IB our nation .
I ram .:. Come' let us sit on that great stone. count ,UlY r knife In' the bath room of his i will comp failure will applied( *" the control of economic agencies,' experiment.' ,
),Jarle'BakOTltch. There-' : succeed and tbe successes last ..t..truIL.'III. 1.
c she said: yon will get the'breete"p country's & In Brooklyn and time the lesson of will at [
I' &simply the musical tone of her dee He slid ,his armr.UnderUheJUgut,: and'TOO. are : died' later at securing the ascertaining the will' ot awakening trt responrtbllW, and fh
voice rising'above"''the *brawl of the form of his would-be murderess, and listened to;: : Island college hospital wilt be solved rule I But of a great mass of scattered policy holden or,'sbarehoIJ.re .J
1 w water; gently supported, her toward then cnt matter, It. that the them of clr < >"tance that tbe'uttempf. Is.made to solve' ':

r, 4. (t>:( know," be, replied. Even' j rock Indicated.; She,allowed herself never' hope TOO LATE'TO DIE. three years bBOlute,, rule our great'Inluran companle..'.'wblch'a short Ir r'

r e": -racwVof ,her pale;, set feature.,,?and to be placed thereon in 'dazed silence,' Lion ,of '. ..... any Old World seemed n> powerful.aa Impregnable;' and permanent-" et'

) a ':tender the gate pt her.cold blue eye. and .then.slowly ,.raisedone. ..hand to tov Wussla;., Aged. M 'Y ara Decided He Had ad .by even an .fftUfm' should have disappeared In a-< f and been wcceed .
; *' be.could not check the. quiver ot his the bosom of her dress make it of by tie few govern through the.many; foe the-many, instead of.
t .uJ*lH..w... ..' too chivalrous to let ""I am:. afraid: you.: 'I are rather Lice; I'could : : Enough, of This Life. econoatyi for the few> U itself a..auco or the rUlng Ude of a demo, r tlo, ,.

.r "> her sbe' bls'smils! /so he'said: ,"You? < amp.":paid Winyard. apologetically an enemy 1 .. ae'. (,99,:years Charles W. - ivy
)Jiave caugbt.me'3tt'last'"" but with' a cheerfulness, of manner flat as )' - '. -- -. ....__. : : :
;a ''well-to lo farmer
'Wa'II, fcpjid/.fae stepped Into which, faeemed ,totfVlAdicateV.'th; .t'all' ,."Perceiving' : : ,,* decided '
'.: \/1. ater while bad occurred for' had jib was'not. worth living .r r SSA
'Adonlaat the 'be.t. "Then, ( and AdyeriSsein : -"ivu
.; pa.ok :, .Jett.a# r. being.''a",.gpatJemanand] ,perhaps) a into; an .'*suIcids:"Tuesday. fir took : : ur 1 oin per'' ) :,
,,r v ,_ "j+. -.{lr. "dtnIS littl.:;soft t-hear ed, he -/turned"" ltwa .' preparing to green"and was dead when found. ...'. . , ,. \ r. . ,
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:J oci.TT. ,. LITIGATION .''IN.,. ,tA8"MA-: SITIETH1ONOREsiBegins... { .FOR, ." 'AlEHo'': .. . CONTEMPT''( A j. ,FEELERAMQilEf' NIGHT- MO SWEATS APP&11Tt, w

._ Wlli So 3at Jeot"of Conference: 'to' '>Y r Alabama. State Official Ja O. -- "*\' "* .- '
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I">' *- I1 l :> Court BeforeFederal
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[ Tax Values'In:State',l crease Meld SHertly sad- S.twe.n'OoveynorCemeer tat.'. Attorn.,... 'Session.at Washington Judge.... Jones. ''n'Montgomery. Tendered Bryan: ,By Demo-,' -* .

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$12,725,985;, ... ,Amidst Great Eclat. \ 'StsgaU crab In *"
. *, ' I : ,, i :"Henry. B.. solicitor of tte : Washington"
Argument" '' the restralning'order" third circuit residence OsarirAla
,_ ... r; L .L on ; with at ; J
''Judge-'Thomas. :, baa been!; cited ,to appear' before '
hued"by O.,:Jones at

1 FLATTERING' CNDIloNSShown Montgomery upon bills filed by";the LIKE, A SdCIALFUNCTION'" : / Thomas G. Jones for'the;'judge of the UnlUd ENTHUSIASTIC. : (: ASSEMBLY

States court middle circuit, '
,: .. Louisville and Nashriiien and allied. "T__1'" I- sitting In : ; :" 1I
I the railroad Injunction-eases iW I:?; ,* p- ,
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.
Shown by rigurss Just Complied In "llDe.-and mad.--returnable.-. December Gaierlee l ; Were Packed to' Utmost by at Montgomery'' as Judge of the fifth H".r"kM.' Probes I at Roosevelt,
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Office of Comptroller .General.. !., has been postponed and attorneysfor Elite:of Washington. '' 'Houe*' &, circuit" and show cause why be should LaMe ti4a n ratio Donkey, '
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Other_ Interesting features the state tented further time. Organize With Re-Election no tbe adjudged in contempt If' being R.puli .
; .. Md G4ltlol..i''thi
alleged by Deputy Marshal Wll
4
Set Forth. . A : ;' 'neld between
< contrenenp.wiil' be pf SpeIksrCannoa' ,
|
llcait Bephant
Han) Pulliam that Mr BtegaU threatened :.
.
'-. 'attorneys for,the'state In the pending 'T 'to have him an..ted'wh" be .....-.. .

.,i An Increase (f 12.7z5.t8i in the taxable litigation and Governor' Comer, At this Congress ."lem 8' In Its atxti I ihsee.ion went to' bis office to serve the orders WltUam .J., Bryan... was/.tendered a,

'value* .elf' property, In the slate conference.a day. 'will"'' be*determined \ at noon, Monday,.It was Wash of'the court in railroad i Injunction. pe baa.vet and'recejupn; 'i In WashingtonTeeeday .,.J

: .of ,Georgia I. shown In the tabulatedstatement upon at which the arguments wilt be : show' the titions.. ;
of .
day
lnaton's5on* treat fjh
Democracy

Just compiled; in Ihe'oIDaot : made. 'This will''be on term ray between Mr. Stegail Is ordered appear, is ,: nlcbt.by. United

f' Comptroller; General W A. Wrjghtby December' 11 and 19.. Attorney year tone before. the'gavels fell' .idthe Montgomery( ,, and'.show* cana* why h. of .thtlDisttt: of Colunjbla.:"

+ ,Captain "Tip"' Harrison, and shows General.. .Garber,' Judge'S.,:}). Weakley senat and-hoa...'a stream of people ,, should not be adjudged guilty'of: contempt : Flv* hundred -democrata partook of
'
that the Jut, rear saw the.'state .grow and Horace ofcouneelfor coursed down pennsyhlinla avennej. for .his alleged misbehavior: .the IS &o..r.. and.. more than double

:rich. indeed.This- . the state beld a conference in MOntgomery filled. the galleries and overflowed Into wards said deputy'marshal. s.set forth namber'participated' 'in the recap'tIon

'... Is the gala after the tax nooks'rom Friday over the pending litlgaUoa the corridors mass 4If confusion and In -bis!: affidavit The clerk of .court that ',

< 148. counties In the state bad Alter t elr, 'conference Attorney 'has,issuedthe order, and"the dlstrtcil ; and:feast,, of oratory' ,, wblcb.foi. -

I been' checked up, verified and added. General Oarber called on.Judge Jones color. The! 'procedure! In the seriate'was attorney, la called upon ts proeeeut< lowed While dhe,capacity of the Ral- MlWk LIZZ1K WtiR1e6; W. ISt* 8k JI *,

'rtip.!i and asked that the state b. given further formal and brief. In the house the the c.... In the order it la said that .IIh%: hotel;'banquet ball'.placed a' con .. take o. la.pl wnUM
In addition to,these.totals,-ehe state.I time,' as It, could not properly entire membership bad to, be'"sworn it seems to the'( court that unexplained I er, limIt on the attendance the th.M lew h..../. thinkinc.there may' be "'
esher w lbs 1 did. :;:9
anai eante
as
anent Is replete with Interesting data make an answer In the ..hort Urns al in, Speaker Cannon and the'other officers a prima fade case' is shows' r"'Ha*'was" .oompVtely'' off ,a. to nthoslasm >< "1 htod my uuaunuf compUinU lor overle D y.....,

which"shows the prosperity whIch''vie lotted. This was granted and the;Understanding b.d'to be rejected and seats bad of criminal contempt of the ,authority and the long speech of Mr.. _t.f..... ._ ali.! winter and .",,_'
l I was rMM twn a* far that I had
lied the state 'up' to the time the tax was reached that the restraining of the court 'D".aD'atrorcled opportunity for'repeat toeit dowa t. do my eoohlng." 1 was se
to '
books closed in'the spring order and the hearing of thesupplemental beassigned. Deputy.: Marshal Pulllam makes'affi. ed and continued demonstrations of pa weak.. -

'According to this book there are bills would come up for In' the senate Vice 'President Fairbanks davit that "when he',went to serve UN IlUcal accord and personal regard 'foihe demote 4 tried oleo SMny Notbl..d'different m.dld tar."do and ae ,i

.JH.08S white polls In..the state and 116 argument on some day;" between' "December , presided the.organlsatlon or'the orders at Oiarkhe; called upon..and guest of honor.. any good. The doctors wanted to.operate

'041 'colored pods Just now much 18 and 20. senate being,continuous, Rev, Edward was received courteously bJ"the'cler: Mr, Bryan's: nomination( was predicted eat..At me. In' I wrote to Dr. Hartmaa:. I
,
; their later( figures will r be reduced 'Governor Comer! returned'to Montgomery Hale, the distinguished chaplain who 'accepted an acknowledged ..en.. by' each,, of the several speakers, told bin lust exactly bow 1 was and he t'
Everett ;
told me what ailed and bow should
; In the event the disfranchisement Friday, night,from his bunting Ice; He' then asked that he- be Introduced I and each time the prediction was repeated -- take 1'cruna. me .
the offered' the
amendment.is carried at the,next elec trip. He positively declined to dlr.cuss' of senate, prayer, to Mr.. Stegall.,which:was don It ,brought forth instaatanecuiresponse. "I' lid a. he told III.'for four noatbr, ., z

'",' Uon-retnalo. to be Keen.. ,We litigation. saying'tbt.he had roll was called and'the vice -president by the clerk, the solicitor being fount and. "No.NM one 1 cm as.Ian all how mr thankful'. ,1 am to
'
This book,.too shows that there aro not communicated, his omce:and annouced a quorum pre.ento"The In these oe of,the probate Judge. Put Mr. WIlliam., the minority leader in him a* 1 had given up aU bopas of ever''' .

Ion white defaulters In the .state" and bad, not/'read ,the newspapers In four swearing in of newly-e ectcd: senatorswas Ham alleges be said to 'the1' solicitor:: the house, bespoke more courage tot: getting'1 am wall a widoir anin.and ,the motbor ol,,itx

: '4.14J colored' / days.When thell..t ken up,. after which Senator "I, have a paper ,I want '10 .serve on'' the democratic party' sow than for small children who depend on my support., .
also Comer reached the *' /'No'' .1r 1 work all day aod seldom. get t 'ed. h
tabulated .Governor- 1 twill y
has 7ell'l'
Captain Harrison Hale, .*the master of ceremonies, you, and thatStegall 'replied. many 'past -"1 took gee bottle of 1'eruna I..aiL .
,7 he'
tered, for"\aitetlon" in'aeorgia'and hi.61.t said be could not'discuss the order ot offered the' usual resolution .directing the sohcltor said: "The sheriff want) when Mr''_Bryan began his speech of will about glMUy. my) ea tell.e all may about write it'to me'and 1, 1.

'rhows that"'.there' are onc-tbTrd Judge Jones',because be did not know the appointment 'of a committee to act to see 'you;" and, addressing Pulliam an hour and a half In length, Mr;;Bryan "! thank Dr.. llartaua for what. be. laM

\ moro.physicians than ,lawyers In the, anything about it He bad been hunting with a commlUee of the house to'wait further either said "I"'am going to was greeted by wild cheering andIt done for me." ;

;'state, ; and had not even read the papers. upon President Rosevelt and Inform have him arrest you," or "lIe Is goIng was some time,before he could. make E

There are 2,4(2 phydclan.,1.811 law. 'Until he could lee the attorneys for him that congress was assembled and to. arrest you.'S or words to that himself hearo. | GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE I IMACON.'O T

yera. 451-'denUlt. SO veterinary sur the state he could not sty what course prepared to receive any' communication effect Mr. Bryan utilized the occasion to '

'_ (eons: S6 archttects' U .engravers, 151 the state would pursue. he might be pleased to'make. Mr., Pulllam swears that then soma set'forth'at' length a closely reasoned M' IM*Eisal. fsatb
;
presidents and corporations'and 11 ..u.perlnunden' The coming together for. the first: friends of Mr. Stegall told him to goon analogy between the'policies of Presi ,
rnru-rI'CNllTlOJra &IQRICA'aU8T"
'
.s of corporations.'' ,FORAKER, TO OPPOSE TAFT. time of the" men who'have been elected and 'accept the service which he dent Roosevelt and those be believes WHITE from cATAtoouc'a
senate and the housei abpu
I' When It comes down to.the questlotot to the did. The deputy thanked the "solicitor. .houid be adopted In the admintstratlon

10'- land., this statement' shows thai Ohio Flre-Alarm Senator to Enter Contest one hundred of wfiom'have not betoriserved' and marked his papers served. of ..the government' From his view
No man ever has as much sense as
::;' there are 11.171,071 acres bt Improve* for the Presidency. in congress, made the, occasloi After: that Pulllam returned to point,' Mr. Bryan's speech was regard, the woman he Is engaged to thinks he

'", Iud |a the atatb''rataedat$164,644, ,,. A'Washington dispatch says' : ,Sena- one of Jjarticular'lntereat.I I the' Montgomery and reported the incidentto ed by prominent: democrats who heardIt baa .

.'U.'r and 4.474.124 acres of wild land tOr, 3. n. Foraker made It clearly The glad baud was extended to < Marshal Judklns, who.i! In "turn. as 'a'deeldedl, Important and timely. .

valued' at ,.,'%8,171. making a total o. known Friday that he will contest the four democratic representatives, made report to the court following party"deliverance!, '
1 .
Cherokee of
'were IDoI'Sen. Taylor Remedy west ,
?i. 15inlt' acre. of land, with a, total Ohio'delegation( to the republican nat&aal -: Oklahoma who sworn ; which, the affidavit..was. made out of ''Mr. Bryan's analysis' of President Gum .. with Mr. Taft- This tore Gore and Owen-will not take'thelr.eata dy- nra. Oonchi, Oolds, Croup sad Ooaw
value of fl6B.873.284.. convention which the order came.'' Roosevelt's political views was unique.

: The aggregate value, of the city.prop decision Is1, contained in 'a letter, to In that body, however, uDtll"the" < Mr.' Stegall will be held it fouDA'lo Four of the Roosevelt policies, he said, .sampUoa_drngKlaU sad.11,Uo..throat Bop, sad sad tUO lang pas trabla.At ottl*..

f fr'ty'Is placed at$169.770.647. Conrad J. Mattern. vice: president of formal election by the legislature l when. be,guilty., In,'violation, of the revised were democratic; and fourt.of them

'all to the Ohio Republican'League, 'who forwarded it meets in January; statutes the court to while there wen
: The .total 'value of property giving power ,were undemocratic.' Chicago University Library.'
; I67S.878.707.: wit Mr. Foraker a of resolutions The striking scenes of the day wen discretion for"contempt by i which ,
the state ii which copy punish at four other democratic principles The university has already-collect*,

t yield ehe Mate In taxes,83.26S.S94.IO."WONT" : :,, adopted by the advisory and'ell: in the house-of representatives.when fine or, Imprisonment, ,of any who may the president did not advocate: Rail- e4'a library, of 460,000 volumes. Generous '

ecutive committee of the' ,league In'dorslng the formal selection of Joseph Cannot by.threat or otherwise impede an offlfleer. -. road regulation, the enforcement of the appropriations are made aanua>,

,'. LEAVE JACKSONVILLE. Mrf Foraker for the aenatoT to again be speaker- of that body' and ,In the discharge of his duty. The I laws against'the trusts an IncotcX, tax., ,,ly: ,for the' purpose of desired' addV.tlons. ''

"* ship and .for the presidential nomination. the designation''' byths democrats of penalty Js not more than $50F( Sne'andsix 'arbitration': as the.method ot 'lettUnc The whole world Is being drawnupon
**, Mr John Sharp Williams. as their lead I for rare books essential tar.! 'coax. ?
both. and
kmertoan Naval Stores 'Company' Reconsiders months- Imprisonment'or- disputes between labor capital
'occasions oY&tlon. for pleteness' In"a given line of study.
: Expressed Withdrawal S'natorForaker says be llsr gratified .r.were: for: The alleged remarks of Solicitor ate.U were all advocated by the president Now'publications la fifty departments:

t t Announcement was made in Satan by the Indorsement; of' the -'commutes' those&eDtlemeq. .. are not regarded being of .. serious i I Mr.: Bryan said; Jbnt had ,been advocated ot education are being .bevgbb .W_) I

nabv; G L,' Friday that 'the American Tat this Ume, because It is a flat rebuketo The vast,halj.of the..house of, representaUves natures But the present time'Is ; by the-democrats party long be. 'are b'-eInck.pt"up to.daU.\, ."", Already'

Naval Store compa9' bad reconsider the suggestion that.the ;office of '' ,rang with 'cheers of re. regarded as being' very .orl cal. pubuc.1aenUm.Dt sore the president.took them'up.' As so, far as'' slue, la' ooeeerned..sbls Hi

,ed Its expressed determination to withdraw United State. senator Is not to be strip 'publicans and democrats! for their,lenders Is In an acute stage over.the to DO\I."Or\ them, be maintained- idthe"preetdentbave [bray JADH among'th"* .i......U lbs

It. buying from Jacksonville, pad-of all'.the real honor''attached' to ; and .the. speaker- .received as,warm litigation;.and ,Itl-adylnd.'talk.; 'It U the'support of republican country, with every ssssrsaat of.figs
a welcome<< i front.members Of the miuo'rlty great ba.nD.It is also tinned lDere....in .lU-fa!IIIaIoa., *>.
may ,
tire thus breaking op, the faetoragi & by making its Incumbent a mere said do part7 Readers. \*, *
: as, he did: from his own party; case. 4 en with, the other: great libraries ol ....
"ualoe.-- of that City,-nnte.s It should agent to,register the decrees; of,somo- Cannon thought that prompt action in all The four) democratic .1r.Jnes' the .Chicago' it' helps to 'makV:,000,000,,
,the speakershlp Mr
In cepUDa
develop that an exporting company ,jaitobegin j body ;else. On this, point Foraker a brief but feeling 'address. would a"ert'more f serious trouble and president will not eltdoresl.e speaker volumes available In thls'cityi! Bat.

operations 'taere."This says: I made a the more serious:: offenses against the authority gave, as tariff reform; tbl!./ )ectlon' of Its usefulness has been Impaired sad, .

t means .Taeklon"lI1r1ll\ remain '"I do not want to even' appear. to bIt .When the ,adoption house,of rules'during for. > of the court in. the'.tutur.. ... senators by direct'vote, the promise ly by the lack of adequate stack roost Land

'aft'open market for'naval'stores., a candidate for two offices'at, the government of the ; the "" of ultimate Independence io t!!!,- FIU-, Improved machinery 'of adminlsytratlcn. '.
of '
Borne time'greatJndlgnailon waicreated same time; and ''therefore forego the sixtieth congress-fame up the rules b BRYAN GIVEN (AN OVATION,, pints and the .restriction 'of' the' use .-C'-Jra.to' :Tribune,. i. ,

naval stores clr double honor proposed .nd,wll b heartfelt the last ,congress were ,,opposed '., , I :
'v In Jacksonville of the: Injunction( in labor disputes. i
'cle. .b, the ,announcement that the appreciation l accept the support John Sharp;WlIUam1re.n4 he-was Joined and Nebraskan Appears 'on Floof of House. ,The four' undemocratic doctrines NOTmri ; "

would for'the candidacy which in that oposltlon by Democrats at Opening of' Congr..,. the KentuckytelegaUo4' r .
American Naval Store company presidential which president does advocate. Mr. Major-: Did ;
,,
withdraw tram,there on account'pt'5 the committee .basso." generously, ten. by-a single'republican/'Mr Cooper da. William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska Bryan named as being the national Incorporation ' reach the convention safety

lack' of adequate banking facilities. dered." of Wisconsin.!. The old rules were was given a notable reception when o of iallroads and other',.Interstate . Colonel-.Tee. ,.sab .although there ,R r .
:
December was''the''date'' Damed;'f t dared to be too autocratic placing toe he apeared on 'the floor of the house ''commerce corporations; the were quit a'few smashes the way '';a

that withdrawal'Jfow arrangements for FOR PUBLISHING RACE TIPS much power in the hands of the speaker ot representatives at the opening per right of the federal government to interfere 'Major Oraclousl .Train smasbesT 0 "" '

,.continuance bare been made a d'th.. but after a somewhat acrlmonioul sion.. The greeting was spoanteous and by' treaty 'with 'state, rights, oIQneJ-=-No, .mint. .smashes.-CM- r+
discussion they were,, adopted( by a esgo'News.ANOTlfcR. .
: Indicted vociferous and amounted to an ova
'New'Orleans :: ;
'?,business iwilt gO on Just 'as In1 the papersMay-Bs . ship subsidies. "nd'as let ,currency. I
.
partyvote. '
'past. by Grand' Jury.. tion. Added to this !of". Bryan sald, the '
,
.. boll \VOND rutl'CURU
,
appointed by
Committees were I : 1
_
,'- 'Following* crusade atarted' against The special significance of the reception. president a'mUltaryplritj
manifested
houses to Jnfortn the.'president.thai! : has . *\ou say you owe your life te'tkht. n'e
'
UNIVERSITIES BLAMED: '' racing In bfewOrleans) ,.Federal Judge .,was In the'fact that Mr. Bryan '
.
\ j( t t in 'his charge to the.'United congress, had met and was ready to has hied himself to Washington during : patent .medicine '
Sanders and
serious .
: message that he might Before taking up the, presentation "Yes,, Indeed. I was penniless
for the Spread Agnosticism'", '"In This State-grand1.jury' Fflda .called attention receive any. ,, the" congressional session for the Saat : of his subject Mr. Bryan referred .itarvlng when I rclved $10 for wrUV
communicate. *
Country., .. to newspapers publishing "tips"on wish, New;' to senators and representative six '''years,, button no- former occasion "toTsomeTof; the) remarks madeby''pNeeedlnt tug that testlmonlaLT Kansas City 1

'. Tbat'' Uie-growthvor'agnosticism; in races. .and said that 1C. they:' eJ'epalel' bouses ad. did the reception tendered, him equal speakers; 'and apropos of 1 Xliues.. 5 tr
y"-.tA4inc."I. directly 'traceable to the for"it they should "be indicted were,,sworn In, 'end both that accorded him on this *occasion. Mr. Iragan'e'euggeetion'that Tammany Jnga4N ..

. .kt sjalversltles-of'-th.C country-'was; the : and prosecuted Journed out of:respect" the memorjot The galleries Joined In the demonstra- ; Yoisa .,
1\ tigers would make better playthings
:
who ihrecess '
died
x't t 'Vjftatoment made by ,Her.; Drann,' at ,BJ" publlsbtngthls matter and sending member.of..congress.have ,during tlon', and several republicans- did like for children -Teddy."bears he"said ,Had" "Coffee 5 Nerves"I From r. tho "i-....

', ,to* .dedication of the new'church 'of : through .the .mall.,, the. newspaper..re the that. emblem "a.well as political "
wise.Mr. party >
Y Senator LaFollette was first senator the "When .rery yonogI'bKauuaieg;, rr;
member of
York of furthering Plato's'forthe'obtaining Bryan as an-ex-
apeclalfy'roentlone1Coiumbla gutltt ,
Bt MonIca .In New. lie '
bad, their places, and b.8poke .
to be recognized at the opening toys, eolr.. .nd continued up te Ute:I""t, ::1
: and Harvarduniversities. of tmoney'un'l Jr false pretenses . gouge; wan entitled to the prlvU gesof' '
"
of ,the. upper house, and Vvrord' in defense""of the .d3micratlc six months, Writes a Texas girl, \;
proceedings ('
'
., he declared.' the floor, 'J" .; : I"I had been1' exceedingly'nerveos ;
: ,
.' ,.. presented the credentials of Senator .t .. ..;.' .t donkey . ,
I "" Wisconsin. .:. "The drtikey," be sa'd,,'"Is'really' a thin and .'.r1'' sallow After quitting
Stephenson'.of
BRYAN'INCONNECTICUT. .FOUND GUILTY'' OF PEONAGE.Prominent Isaac' :SEIZED GOODS RELEASED.. 1 ". better emblem than the. elephant:for coffee >and' drinking Poilnm rood f\\
the .
ordered that .* -i\
flee president '
-- The r month < '
about n.ryou.nestdleappeare0 i
; r" Coffee a my
> .
", roll'' of senator s-elect be called alphabetically : -% ,.rrTobaoce ; , a party. 'He Is not an, aristocrat.. and has never retu..84.'T]
Visits-- New" Haven ,,on Double'Mission Naval Stores Ope caters: Co'iIvlcted Company Gives Bond for;Over. Whether' : .the''mountains of
I -visit : .
were'sworn1 In'
'
yon
by
;.: and. they" ; This is the more remarkable a*I ana .
r .t. and I. Warmly' Welcomed., : lr .Florida ''Court. '"tours, being escorted '}o the \edak by, 4 ,Elght'MIIIion'Cigarettes.Boyd ,: ; .. he west the densely populated regions Primary teacher and have'" kept, \..
..'.. William,/3..Bryan.recelved.'a: ,warm A jury In-the United States court atPecsacola their colleagues, ' covering the'lrvalne: at., '7,272,' of/ the ortent'the ferUle valleys of..UseNIJe right on with my work,' :"t: - 1 1M'complnloq '
,,,r and, hearty.welcome. Friday when he Fla.,' Thnred.y'relorned'averdlot ,: now-'is ctelr''aria!
All ,stake aenatorseectwere; pre. laving'been givenVfoir the.releage'of,71o.ooo . or,"the, sacred ,,soil":of I"the Holy. '
,visited' New Haven, Conn.,'on a double .of Jgullty a. charged against Senator l will find the donkey pa- rosy my skin soft and smooth; As *
ftnt'.m the chamber, except nd. yon \l\
A. mission of handing-over: to the citymarble Thomas.Graham and J..D.Graham, na-i, Bankhead of,Alabama who la'desialncd! cigarettes': .' export,to Lop- lent persistent :and always ,at work.'he'elepbant.'on 'food complexion was something shad, i
don and 'Singapore., seized at New preatly' desired. 1 feelamplyepaid.iven ,,' .f
y &/ fountain erected through, val stores operators'of South Alabama;; .- : !
'"'' .a& home, by. Illness : for!the.: Iolatloo :of. the the eontrar7.ieonlra ', ,tbo, this were the'only' ,bee.DtIePiv.d.from'drtnkingPo.tnm. ,i'"
"a fork. alleged
'" beijnest in the -will 'of hi. friend, the accused" of holding negro'" In 'peon. 'Senator Teller offered resolutions la United! States martial : be found! In 'certain' jatJ..delotand: J.. : ,.. ,rwr. ;
'" 'late Pbllo 8. Bennett, and of addreasIng ' nU-truit laws, the ; a .
Ks ncep'oD'dr."par.ae
\ v eepectto the memory of the 1st Sen of Federal i'seldom"aeen\ : "Befo. beginning, ..snaI.bas c
\ New, England Progressive Democratty .The 'Oraha were'charged'with, following aJ '.directed ,by'decree : .
.,;i. the 9. be m..ure4. raftered greatly from'Indigestion' and
itors.Morgan and. Pottos of Alabama,i received from ;:IJlch- It'(! greatness) Is to i .
; J.4ag\1e 'at Its"annual banquet the negro'to" turpentine camp edge. Waddlll leadaehe' troub. are'now ua,. .' - .
\ and they were adopted and the senate errice Instead of by slie" or' appear;* ,: these -1.
addresses taking him baek' fond,:Va to ..Jease. the seizures'upon ** *
'Altogether be 'made four' In Florida and after 12' of honor, must be bOWL \ V .. v."1"
kdjourned at lJl7'p.-m ulntl the 'position
Mwhlch'were1re11 received by his audIt to' Alabama after*a pitched battle'wlUlrevolvers. rder, of the British-American ,Tobaarnnpan7 ace, Best of ail. I changed from c off o.1,! i\.} L
.
< faithful donkey
.Itea'to'the
t, ... i'clock Teusday.COITLY'BLAZE ; . to' Poatum: without. tb .lIlbl,* ln. .f4-
nces.DEMOCRATtNAMBlWILLIAMS.. ..:...... ., : ..J' ;: '*'
'I
t ,i f;r7M ;>$..., : .- onvenlanc. ;, "K.not. ,even' ;aye: aleadache.
!"- I : t . : '.T. IN' :HOUSTON. ,; -THAW TRIAU '''OITPO ED.- GEN. JA8TREM8KI' PASSES AWAYiWas'a hater kuown coffee drlna>- .'

1.- .' DEATH, CLAIMSSTOCKTONWelt . /. ''--- . : -t 'rs who were visiting me* to use Pos;
_--.__ -<">IJqi.I'jrEI.ct.d i ._S Louisiana Gubernatorial tUIq a we.kwitboutbeing, aware 'thai'
\(, ? . .. Whose' Block InTexae'Clty-Wiped'Oul: ''w"-";;;Aired Agaliv.at Candidate for '
.
Rotten Case ", ,
not drlnltluf. coffeti, ; "
Ciucus'as'Minority..Vaader: Honore.F'. hey were- ,
FlorIda
In Known Business Manager of .
. .. 'Fire. '"
,
By. ; : '- York January .., "I have known several to begin tb* r'1 -
New .
::,In SlxtlsOi',.Congress., .. [ jlm.e-\Jncen 'Pae. sway.".'' Early'1onday' morning; fire- stated General Leon Jastremskl.' cOnfederate '
4 ; Bays the; second candidate ''D'* of Postnm. and,'sl oi>,ltbecaos. is C
6; \.By agreement .to place nomination :Thomas Telfalr. Stocktonbusiness: ,:, In tbe.bloek-bounded by Mabi,.Fannln, ,A.. New York special. veteran. Journalist for hey' did not boll |tproal\ Attr'\.,
'' the democraUo'Domlnatron for:
'' Congress' and,Preston'streets at Bout trial'.of'Harry K. Thaw on the governor xplaining bow It wise lsHKpard.i
\-tor speaker"Hon.John"Sharp Wllllamllat manager of >the Florida .Tlmes' : Union, ; ;.. cbaD'cellor. th.
: ton.: Texas.The'lou''IS* more. than a charge of'kfung Stanfo'rcFWblt.- and former'grand of bey have triedM: anaUprolouncedjt -
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mi'InJack.onWi ; ': ; *
Miisiulpptith. democ3a'UOayemberi.6th. it-hi
J died: I' Sat "
: b ; j Knights of of the' VattedState. d.II-.'. "" ; J
bait--million ''The'Jlremea"had.'creal:' 'great tondat nntll January 6.' Pythias "" ..j.- , haI.Ue
home In:! caucus''at': Washington nrdayjlafternoon: after a;:long'Illa. furlH.Jwasdne'otthe j difficulty*ln ,getting, the JIam.t..,UDder postponed V)0rt ordered,} that. special, panel ., died, of paralysis. in:New r Orleans '. ,Name given b".QM:11. Co.. >> '
to oon- '
Saturday In'effecVdetertnlned Te
[ ) .k Mich:, bookie :The
beat"knews"yap.rtnen1n'thesdnUL 'Fridayl lie "was e4"years, old, re ; ,
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: minotttlt :; ;; ; oontroL' :Every' ,,U4Ioc.lia; ,th,. block &t ,talearaenbe ''summoned.for.the, "
'pbsJttdn .of SCO '
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ntmm as* ayeelaaty. was Hue of ,
= I by a Graduate ia Pharmacy , rsoc.nt.t1,01k$0 f.Ylapertaw. It ha

:FWday DeeemlwrC, 19Oataola . 1 t 4 besides nce.years'actoal ex- woes___ ..dmrag.. --fIooDT.tb mar tre.rae.tif tbw.ab I Trov of+ Garments f.o'r1|,| Men, Wo- .

_. pe Har r1a.+MH w.....ra vd. at
Children
Doesn't this mean some- nbte awNwt..... ia.**4M..%4 te availBEfKDftCTA men and
W., L atrdll f. U.s. Selig thing? ........na.,. "
1 I -
< prices as low as .consistent -
feel koaored ia theaaaoMcmeot ,
eoeaty
,
We sufflcie&t
carry help to
) of Hoa. W. J. Be I deliver y011r packages within I* a veeMame nmeaj.1....... with qualfty and

' .. a candidate for Cilia' State 8e"I. .A ."'" -.......... a few moments after the per" root*. smfc sad ..*.. aaowa to
: ator. !. fact n feel ... beloofe _.....,. ....J propssUs wt.eb Yve a wardsrful ten lve workmanship.
..... -- I chase. This is not idle ... ...
. atWre. I j sad inert a. the f..W.
we
BU bojbood day a
111[Lila_a.-.J ttlrrA1I j boasting., but we want your a.f.0y *-. Rbaet r..ettoaa Ute l'flJ. '11
Here be attended CRr cfaooU -ye.lM.e.. .. t,.$Lt$5 and we know we ray ....../meal.u-.$tbu YOUR SOLICITEDKatz.
and prepared for Emory College aa0sf0ll"C x-----.... -.+ef can please. *seer,-aytaalta tao tr.abts ofk.4 TRADE

.-Ga.. from wtar. be attested 'I' ...-..4..Y.few.i..mso.-_......-- j u.t II.m.oe'---4Ia r.-

La. Sebool at Waabimnoti sod Lee .... a.ra..tW.... ..... D.r..sad-.n- .

rDl ....iI,.. I --w i ..... BBTCDICTArtealMraBy.

Aa a boy be aided bU father a the Stanford: Ctrsoi Grrycs 0.."'.J. Klssiffiffice Drug Co. U pcvpar.d-1sDJ'..... .aad ', "

farm aod oranf r""*maarfallT. Bewae ; i .II Si W tua ttiaiaj_.f lli. i..-wwyri .
one of the bert eo. boy' k__.; Co.. KJSstep c. Fla. Ki *iminee, Fla. CfW1q"retiring woe.a a roe,.tnatwm ,

la this part of the, eovotry. 'I 1 woe oaly b*b. M 2aeffect, aomettcrwfcat a*>y a* taeeoaJl -
After completioc bw la eomr t.J
' JaekaooTille sod fca. dIt1aa of tb..omaa taklag. f:
located -
IB \ ThePerfect Way -n.t: ARE AGENTS FOR t*.ol4 at SUM per bottle, trrRoterson's .' It
.114slarIV.oo f l ta toe practice,
'.,hie profeMioo.. sus r rp
International Harvester Co. Pharmacy o
' Will Bryan .. ve kao Urn here.at ','
.res.f Flortai Citixea Hate ,
Il. ,.3i fearlea. >>14. IxMwt
"-ome, + Learwe* It. Gasoline Engines. laSS"" MEE. FLA. .
b '..a broad taiaded. Uoaiixed at the;\ "'
If you .*9er fnua b.a.-o*.el.', ., BARGAINS INS
Janice of a caate.: be eepoocee it re-; ;
.yr'' Tbcr i* oelyM>e way to our is. ; The Best on the Market We
; tae'4he. 01 who otAo.es. HM .
s, poles are w ilh the weak. Some, The grfe .aV JJI to.vn tM ked'i will make YOU close trices on Eo- I I,I .

body told 1q,the other day that fthj;, peDA .1 i gines: and Purr.ps in ruining order Summer 1
bJCeclcet. belt secant .kk tidari.. GOOdS
.--for rood; over tbe ro.gg' !on farm. .
i U. inlay ..-..l>l** folio*. your
mss of Jaekaoaville -a pbeoomeaal'jElected : ', I i .
1
Fiil made for
}f to the Uabed States Senne, kidotT Ioaa'*OBS. Kidaey!/. are IW. L. Van Dnzor & Co. _
,tbJe iaJeeece _W. be rreatly fMleftover ; I %
H. Les&oe. cix nB aier. liria
the entire State sad W.j at 1211 A.bi y street Tampa. Kla. I Ij ,."

repataUon WIn eooo eiieod to all;, .a;.: ..I..*. Doao'c KMoey: Pilla : j II I Goods Shoes
aarta of the Caked State Beeaaie and they mead a* of, baekacfae. and''f- : / Dry Clothing, ..
of k 14_ Two : 1 -
I I diioroer toe ,* or I A
; be S* able brill laat.:. naraetie.. .aie, M. TILLER
I times oo aoeouot of the palo iity
UUTW
k ........alike .
broad ,progressive aadadrocate ,r, back I wa viable to co to work I and Notions.
tight priaciple of jfortrnmi E!faraeTerl days. The McreUoo o' Real Estate Agency. :
-# n4, ve are for bias sod believe the kidney were to a very bad oondbioa. < !
.dark in color and if allowed to __ t .
Oaeeola twaatr.in booor him fth

practically naaaimo TOW. So of-.ad jelly.would I tried becooeof variotu theootMUtcoc mnedieatakiofr ; 4 Realty bought and sold. SIC t II. C. STANFORD, COMPANY
' t let U be. what .-- like gallons omediciaeaod Houses rented ; ;

I also pgt.OG pUMerV ,
-r4 --"- - -- -- : M Taxes paid and Titles verded "
but ootbinjf belted me at ail uoul "
for non-residents. Paint and -
st4tfair fWts. rot Doan's Kldoey Pill vpoalie advice f F Paper, (
*
: of a friend of uio and .*.lathem st Fire Life and Accident In-
pre-ratMs according U> direct km*. they surance. Improve and protect. yoar boae. BARGAINS AT CASH STORE i t;
cored o>e (la a very: Abort tiaoe." 4 Indemnity Bond s.I L rA I will be pleased to brine my 1Wample ,
the thoaaaad who will attend the For Ml by all dealer. P'rire.o: book to TOOT louse and
State Fair, -hieh -JU be held from em... Foftef-Mllbara Co. Bafalo. -__...... ----..,,;... make any saxzeetfoo* La the latest -
New York sole aceot for the Coiled decoration that yon may desire. Calico.Sc per 74. Picture* aDd Picture Frames,
February{tb to 22ad. and ia spite of
State Drop ne a card and I will cheerfully -
tha immrnir crowd every visitor will RMneaber the name Doaa'.-... G. F. S RIB B S furnish estimates on paper White Lava 40 la ride ISe per yd. 10 J.5e. ,

be properly booatd sad fed In a mossgraWylt take oo other L'are. and palatine; : -" : -' : Lace. i| In. wide; worth 2Dc, Mils! Spool Thread at 4c.

std acceptable manner. ATTO.... -AT.LAW. 1.6! L die.* Uoloo( Suite at .!.. 4

A -campaign+ baa been started for Office in the Court House-Kis- qEO E A.ORLANDO BAIi EJt Caatiner Paste, worth $22'O ell ;
laving 'chlseai open their private simmee. Florida : at$1.75. qood Door Lack with two 1 k u... ,

rfi, vbone* to Visitors and handred b.r.I' Nice So lie Clothea worth alt l30
eli a'
s a; .m'i FLORIDA. PIa Strip PaD"".' worth 91.SO at _
I* already aabaerlbed tbeir laves oatbi With bon ;e associated la the
IOU New law firm of. 100. Ooe-K Jk>n Coffee Pot* ro M lip
of booor .boteisboaMleg ao4- trial of e.&be "
Jean Paota, worth $ & ell at
boss will also be a mple Maasev a- WarVow, of New Dree Good from 15 to SSc.. ,

.... before the fair irate. *open. Orlando ;' FOR SALE CHEAP 1.25.. r- .


".MidfCapt."Tbe aaa-daeee.J.,w... White from other genera State!?*ladaatrfaJ ,."-.' D1i.E8LiB!' ;, 'w
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v Agent of the Seaboard "wil 1
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,.,, ...many times larger/ than that of Ear- The hoteL *Tbe Inn." in ,:the. Week.Goods. .

former Fair. and 'baa4red.III. ,
The Van Duzor .
visit Florida for tile P.oporP oflocation. Nose and Throat..-. corner.-

c In view of wbieb every .. The Okechobee' House. v w rNew .
Boat, Ia Florida abaald be rep ""-
I The Waring cottace.
, reatoted by a'marolflotot '
display.
Private Hosoital American National : "The
old Makinson
Tba' paMortr and bad..&&rIal J.H.REDDITT corner.
Bank' Build :Tampa
eOeial, of &.be, varioa railroad n. Two' cottages and one lot on :
Rorida.WINN..
traversing and interested in Florida JEWiELER AND the O'Neal Addition.

have beran an exteoIva advertlsiar WATCH REPAIRER, : I.
eamaaixn tbroneboat the; country, '..: Orange groye. horse wagon and NOW ARRIVING EVERY DAY. ""
Call .
aad see lay Ltoe of \Valcbe*
;, aad pedal attention will be paid to harness cow and bull calf.
uti Important work of boding home, Old Watcbe taken a* Part Pay- .j L.
w. DONT FAIL :TO SEE' THEM. (
The orooerty of Harry W. Thur-
New One .
for bnmljrranu. From present lodltaUoa meat.oa *

not lea than thirty eoantte .. T.JC1.x ..WD"c.O-.oW. man. .Apply to the owner or J. M,

a wfl Fair.be preaented' by exhibit at the Any....ue1e of Jewelry upon Request.Osceola Promptly. Ordered .--.--. r..r..uw..v. -. Willson.Jrn Kjasimme..iFla.. C. W. DAMNOutffitter '

Premlam. liIIIe for toe Florida State Terms easy part may remain on ,

t Fair, wbieb.UI be held at Tampa, bt' J. W. SIMPSON mortgage. ; for Men Women and ,Children.G. .

Fabaary Lib 10 faMJ. are A.now ready DENTIST. -
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for dlatrlbotioa. aid tboea, deeirinf.s County ""
should 'at ogee eonmanleate Offiea over Osceola Pharmacy.mcE CITY BARBER SHOP
,
with T.J. L. Brown., Abstract CompanyS. ".'.-. HOCKS: I. a. m. to 12 m..
In add felon to the U-ooG f 1:30 to 5:30pm.
.irlven
by Telepboce Xo_'. Jaa ft.'lrr.REVIVO Now Open for Business
the State axelaIvel for the payment
> .. in Patrick's Old Stand.NEW .
'of JIIftII. .- Fair Aaaoeiatlon
H. BULLOCK. MAeoa A. visor ..... M. L[.. M. B. caste.,
. t' wflt. a aaaal., add aeveral tboaaanddoDara. .' CHAIR. p#.. ...t... "ac.-P.......... c.sabr.
and the premium. will be ._RiTWi1MN

saora attractlr: ....... ever. Aayi Real. s. NEW RAZORS ( State Bank. of Kissittttiiee

+ coanty itpitemm by a good.exhibit Titles examined and reported onTaxee NEW EVERYTHING
80eW.....y ei.'vr..ia..amrieat paid for non- 'esldeataInatrameata Kis3itnmeef, Fla.

ff ... relating to real estate. -
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to dafraT of
axpeaeea I eabliieing. ___ '
't2V by reaaoa of'wfcieb the coat of ex- awfully THE i f /!:t ..Satisfaction Guaranteed.. PAID tp CAPITAL......- ." ,. a M eM 00i

bibtttnawillbe- little 'or notblnr.wbila Correspondence Solicited. G---.r: C&.OLDB.UAalLITV.,.......... iesee es ;

the retires therefrom will R>QQI0+0 --- """StC O" NO r AV. .P081ft1tS acnuTY......... ...,.. I.tee 00.
: sHr p.ta..dla......,.. -
amoant tboaaand of dollar :1w 1.-
b ........,.... klr.carr.swb..bbretaul.e ana Carafitl Attaatle. '
___ ... 1711000000W.LVasDsior Prompt given la a's auttera antrMataa -
_. m..me r.e.1a -r------ .de
---u, j .. tam ...gamer tor vtt.e y .. ... Esolll..... Rood at all pelata .* ckaapaat '
? Calldrea'a ..... sis' w.Lu., rataa.R '
t
..... .r.-sm, Lew a.. &cCo.BROKERS '
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. Favorite talc Jl. White. Cream NEW BICYOE SHOP Wwkm..S rLew P w.r.&aeebi..a,. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.

x 'V mIt ge. the gin for worm and warty..Dlr.ad. gdt.mue.a.bf.b........-..dw.. $ -- .

*.V ,.UctaU4Ne.*,..II'f>*..*. It not only : ,t.Mae-.....-__._& 11-- ..
BANNER COY. Prop.Bicylcs.GBiis. .,-........._.. ....... '" ...
kfll the ormbwt; $ ..-0.. the __ ...... ... :
.' trees and al.wbJeIa'. they build sin u peak.s.wr.r..L.M.._
besrlg 1M e re eI is ..as.
wm8r
their seats It*acUoo on the child I* ...... ... et.srwrreI.. ..........epo.. .

'-;, Hfcld and leave hlarut a healthy coa- Etc.. RepairedAgent mD........II.*v--...R...TM........li. _.... .. J..CwAlh
a&-W.wri sUwa.writtwt0 .
-
JoaDaaitl.8anBaelr.Tena.asy .
diUoa. ......_ Ors em. tn.., a..w.. AND INSURANCE: "
*that be!rave ODe of hi* children i Mir etaaaf.... ......itt.g..ti. oaga.M HARRISfSANITORIUM.: : .

WUta'a. Cream VUaaebea ... for Celebrated For Sale In Klsalmmee,'Fla., by the / .., , "

doctor. tboagbt it bad eoUe and fromYi PIERCE WHEELS. KUalmmee Drug Co., druplsLe.P ORLANDO;/FLA
;flews doe*:the''.child paaaafl 73 .
M., WJLLSON. ''
,Bold. by Hoberaon'. Fbar- A. VANS AGNEW, J. JR.Fusiac. A'PfivaGi( Institution, built and equipped'with all modern:'

,IISefr/: Hatsee, ,- S NOTARY ... > conveniences forSurgical' work and the care and' treatment? or. "

. 1 prepared to'do Aratclaaa dreaamaklac _I"ATTORMXT.,AT LAw,...-....' STATS :JIT LAjtom.'I the a1clr. ,

> . -Far Halw, cafl ails winter,' and ak tbe ladles. -.I AJf D NOTARY PVMLJC I 1- .Real Estate Agent. Terms.. Reasonable. Write fdr Particsdar.a '.'

_A....:'tad water.: APl1ytour'. to aad.aew. ,.* ....8attefacaaraateed. > CISSIMMEE FLA .'. ,' .;' ' '
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I Save Keen Kutter Advertisements iT.
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We will give to the.boy who will bring In the'l largest number 'of KBKM' .0

KUTTER Advert laments pus out of,raairailne* and newspapers "r


We are now. .receiving and ,unpacking 'themost One aieredpocketknifeworlh'I.tO.genunie KEEN; KUTTER; three-blade, pearl-handled.' .silver-hoi-. -': "f."p,



We will rnv* to the boy whor brio** the second largest number' of KBENKUTTER w

complete Un-eof Christmas Goods evershown I i adveklseroenu' f r :


One genuine KEEN KUTTER three-blade bfa* -lin d,"stag-handled, .

.. I pocket: knife, worthily : ." ; ,

;. ,in I Kissimmee. And,to the boy wb b bring:us tke third.largest. .uinber ;of KEEN, KUTTER '

advertisement we wi11 | '
\ , ... r 0 . ', give ( ,t.'I I
''I. c r. .' I A genuine KEEN KUTTER two-blade "brass lined, stag'handledpocket

knife.worth. 76 cents. ...- N .. '
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V V TA."T""C. H.T. H r's' S', :i'ci ment, .just' so U I. a newspaper or nagtolne advertisement of KEEN KUTTERgoods. . Vi'J'


Tbl contest will close December 26th at 9"o"''clock a. m. '
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:FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS... 5 Knives now on exhibit, ,Come and,see what you will'Bet.STANFORD '

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REMEMBER -WE ...RRy.TfiE LARGEST STOCK,OF HARDWARE: IN ..OSCEOLACOUNTY.: : "

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Tiles KUslmmee Vaileu Gazette Ingersoll Midget watchen S2.SO at Seveoty'Ove rolls"fancy matting. Ring up City Bakery phone. 64 i, forChristmas I The miry ,friends of Col. "C.. 9'': Col. W. E Cadman the Warden; was

\: '''' ,1' K u's. ,cost.. S. .C,,G, HARDWARE candle Wilson .of Bartow, will regret
(, TBtsM ON NO. 11., Don't forget the Silver Tea, Friday For New Goods Good Ceodr'and ,'Get.our prices on Dry Goods beforebuylntrelswhere learn of his death, which ocoured a a complete! .set of ei...'embroidered *. \t t

...... -, Dee:6tb. Cheap. Goods, go to" the Cash'Store.:! few days ago at.a sanitoriuin In Call hangings to the '"proper lilurgtcal i :' L'ea'
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: ., See t"o.e"d ateb'ieu) Ame..lcaDBeauty CASH BARGAIN STORE. fornta,' where.Ae''weot'aboutweeks ; : ; _gee colors, for the leoiura and' ,piay.Fdeska .
An elegant Use of silks for waist "
PUBLISHED_ EVERY FRIDAY and suits at Kat.'..., Corsets af U. C, Stanford Co. Notice display of bat airo In the hope of *Improving l' : pair of green, silk "book' '. .:
come
our
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-rTw. his health.. Col. ,Wlll.on/ 'had been markers in gold'and silver also'slllc. .
Quinn Edmondnon will call aDd get i Born to Mr.; and Mr/, B.C.. early and get a good choice. fop buree-lrom ..
B. t MAH4P4ISB.OFFICIAL KATZ'S. In #HI health for the pact two.yean.On the Ladies Altar'Guild q
,-" your packages for the White Star Miller, on Saturday, ftov, 30th a of all Saint.,church, Austin, ,
A Laundry. n-tf daughter. Mr. Margaret Ferrell ef Paola, next Friday evenlor Deo. 13, at Texas. 0: W. Cadman.-B D. ,

'r WKA-TH." /IIPONT. If YOU are hungry go to Gilbert's, Go to the Osceola Pbarmacv and wat-in KUsimmee today oa ,her way 8 o'clock tbe Exprettlon Clats'of the I
; 4_ ___-for w..b ...u.. TknroMM. lunch restaurant call 94 School short Miose your "a1lf1 we do the runV T
quick or up ,, High will give a program
."" o .1111II.' get a Doll for the little one. They.. home from a visit tofrie'nd! East of Ding, *.. i
and have order sent up. 47-tf. 1
your auditorium.
In tbe The music
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., aelhag all kinds at actual cost, &q.D ,K1.SIYMrr: DBUQ COMPANY,' ,Y
111.1' 1UIB. Florsheim's S5 Patent Oxfords are '' will be furnUhed by Mrs., Brlttaln
For Sale a Bargain.One six' For drst-class workpatronize the
alL the to Style) comfort, at and members of her class. Those
correct thing as room cottage and four vacant lots in White Star Laundry. 'Quinn Edmond ,
-- etc. Found at U. C. Stanford Co. North KI..I mee. J.. W. SEYMOUR. son will .call for. and
.......... ..rn..t'. v',,10'. N.... onlv...* We overstocked Dolls and package 47-tf admissionof', .ten cents '.to defray 'ex, SANTA CLAUS 4. .,, .

.a.a-.Iar.'M1........."......, .. ,\ 117 ..7I' Found, In front of the posto oe, a are on New barber shop at Yatrlek's' old pense.
,, ....... .. are telling them at actual Cost.
.
.. 41M gold cuff button. Owner can get stand. Service by a tonsonial artistconversant :New line of W. B & R. G. Cortelsall
w.a..iy ,..".'.".'..'. 74W toT same by (calling, at this office, proving O.SCEOEA PHARMACY 'i with all the, laved fads inbarberlng.1 sites up to 36.' at Kau's.Messrs. Has Established Headquarters.
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property, and paving for this notice.! The J. A. Anderson property, inNorth i W, L. Joseph ..od.A.. J. Stores
'' and
Bend collars and shirts My left a Full
was cuffs
KUslmmee sold tbii'week I your '
.. the Seminole Indians
Brown two
-- -- Miss Mary Jelle.-oD.ha.: accepted, a to the While\ Star LauDdr,. Quinn
position In C. W. Dann's store, and through the M. Tiller agency/ ,. to. Hoa.j Edmondson will call for ,jour pack:* from Oklahoma' returned with Mr. Line of All Kinds'of' .

will hereafter, preside over the dry A. E. Donegan. ages If you will notify him., .'l-tf 8111 Brown from their Visit 14'the .. ', 1
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FlftD. < ,Rood department of that popular ? FOR KENT-Two1 cottages in"O'Neal I )"list Douglas Gordon'of: Mt.. Seminoles In' the Everglades. The Christmas Goods; 1. ',"- .
THE LOCAL < ? &' Osborne addition-one ...room Sernlnoles ,"
two western were
Ky.hasi; KU reoog
< establishment. Carmel,., : arrived .in t:
and three-room. Apply toW "
one '
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< DUZOH I slmmee to spend the winter with ,leer. nlied/ by the Florida tribe and some 1 < cordially L. VAN & Co. '
Invited to
< You attend
> the are"Silver tea," given by the Dolls, ,in' endless nrletddre..ed aunt K...; >I. KaU.Don't ,-.1 of the old'the Indians oamu.ol.IndiaD'of thlr tribe that.remembered I now have. Two Stores, "full. to".

Ladle of t.1M' Christian andundrest** d, kid-body and china- fall to see Coburn's Minttrelsat i :: ff
fade, the Tuner; Orlando: AidSociety, I were carriedto Oklabo.a.co.. overflowing with FinevFresh' a'Fruits.MFancyOroceries
Church at the home of )fr.' and Mrs. now going at cost 'at Osceola Phar. the Opera. Rouse next Wednesday had trouble la"conversing in .' ,. *>, .'.

,at Bee Daon's.M. .Hoe of Dorothy Dodd Sboe.'ft .' H. O. Stanford,tonight. macy. .Large stock to select from. evening. Reserved seats on sale at I their They own no tongues with each other : .: Cantes..4 *
the Co.'s.
Another lot of "Cadet" Hosiery ")Ir.. Wllloughby and ion,bf Texas Klsslmmee Drug I Joseph and Brown launch
bh; rented a tionsrissCigars} 'oboeo'i;' "li" ll
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back comb and ,
!.J Fluffy Ruffle Dann's. ': Mr. D. C. Lee, will give an "At ...
just received at. arrived Sunday: night to spend the : here and left thi Jweek ,t'visit the ( ,t."".

at KaU't. Mr. U. II. Pettewavt formerly of winter io Klsslmmeejand have taken Home" next Tuesday afternoon from tribe of .tfae/Semlnoles: .,_ '.who stay Drinks. .. ,.Ltc. .- "'WhenvChristmas'Tricks ;busy. :,\ri....., I

You will always 'find.fresh, candy at. Loughman. but who bas recently--.'.embarked 'rooms at City Clerk...!. R. GUbe"" '.. : ?to.;. G -q'clooklD -bODOI' of. Miss ..around 'the, iiorth-eaUru'. :part of J' ... .
Gllbe"',.. : t'\ i''i fe.47-ti./ Gordon, df Kentucky, and Miss Ruby : give.m .. a call.;
Okeeobobee
business at '
in the turpentine M ou will bnd Dry Goods, Shoes I Lake -Tropical( ,Breeee. -
Fine lln of watches at the Klsslm* the West Coast was transacting Notions, Hardware, .Graniteware, Oliver "Kissimmee., W Sus
'mee Co. Aetna. OD Big ,,window( ,eu.... .Ij'nt ar j_ O r1
Drug aNew buslne s Here this week. Tinware 'Glassware, In fact almost :Miss Julia Humphrey; of Florencecounty rived at 8...C.-G...Hardware Co. ..
Idea Pattern*, 10 cent, at '''U. everything at the Cash Store.F. S. C.; 'arrived '111 KissimmeeTuesday ,
,
C. Stanford Co. ,' Tiller.Dwelling.'for rent. apply' to M. .. H. LA W80N., evening to enend, awhile in Mr. W. A,''McCool''.Jr arriveda D.. ROTUNDACity

KI.tlmmee'Lumber'C I.. town Tuesday night and will spend
Fresh stock garden and flower seed The sow She is
the Land of Flower.'I a guest ,
'
at.the KUslmmee, Drur Co.Mr. ., Eugene Bryan came home from the ready to supply all demands for at.be Park Hotel. a couple of months here and at his "

and )I.... Morgan Brown left State University and spent a few days rough and dressed pine lumber. They father's place on Steer Beach, look

Monday for Sebastian to visit relatives. with his parents this week. He. was give special attention to house. 'bills. C burn'. Minstrel Show is'said to lug: after gathering and marketing the
this
.. on hi. way to Winter" Park to attend See adv., In-this issue. be larger and ,better than ever' fruit! on Mr. McCool's Use .grove, at Bakery.
the football same 'between the University season. Ui1""Ope..a House next "
; that place. Mr., McCool brought
The Christian and Missionary Alliance -
Remember". "Silver Tea" at tbe ,and Rollins College, which We4De.dae..Dlolr. Reserved *eatsat along
McCool
a typewriter which is
$
home and Mrs H. C. Stanford will bold regular services at 5
of Mr,' KUslmmee Drug Co.
played yesterday. hi.-father's
was Invention of and
their ball In North Jtlstlramee next a recent '
thLe.ventng. ; *' Oysters in all styles at Gilbert's. Tuesday evening. Rev R. J.. Bruoe; A nice line of lOc outings. at the which, be 'expects to have on the EVERYTHINGGOOD ,

$: Special orfoes on felt matreuesDext Phone U. .. 47-tf. I gash Bargain Store'Go market by, Jan 1st. 'The machine "
will preach. 4
of Orlando, s ,
ten day*. U.HARDWARE, Co. D, Rotundo, the Italian '.fruiterer I to the Kissimmee Drug Co.. and which Miy.McCool has with him Is TO EAT.
,, > ., S. C. Headers of t.be'Sat.urday Evening '
purchased this week the frame build Journal : reserve your seats for Cobwrn's Min one of the first twenty-five machine
Post and Ladles' Home can :; -- ---- --
'Dew '"
barber Every
thing Try the and up-to-.dete.snop.Sharp..* Ing on Broadway, belonging to E. A. renew their subscriptions with Nelson' ttrel. .This .la possibly the last turned out by the factory and Ii a
iierw.
COTS, clean towels, first-clais. service.rr1Tbr Niemeyer and occupied by 'QulnnEdmorrrison's A. Russell authorized agent for Cur chance you will have to attend a show model of simplicity and ,durability Bread CakePie'

fruit .t.aD4'&Dd bowling tie Publishing Co., and save. their i ID the Kisstmmeeopera,house: ? He expects this Invention of his '
Candies
Raisins
( eateiv season U on. KIstaamee -'I Sl.fiO a 4gtf a'
minstrel show alley, Be alto purchased 'Kdmond* postage. year. Price Davenport at 'S. C, O; Hardware father's towork a.re. volution in ,the '
I. to have big ,
and Mr Fred Fee Miss Nuts Crackers Fruit
,
Judge pee
week and circus the week fol. son' business and bowling alley and Co. typewriter. business, as his machine
next a
1 will run both this and. ,his other fruit Emma Morgan came over from Fort r The sudden prostration. of Evangelist "will cost not over 925.00 and possesses Canned Goods Pickles. '
e io'Wlng.! f' Pierce last week and spent several ,
all the good qualities of high-priced
..:..LeoD.B. bb, a" prominent Bsr't stand.Embroideries.,-, and 'Ynsenloncat. days here, peeking and shipping 101.. services Cecil in the who- Methodist was conducting church machines, including visible writing.& Pickled Tripe'k

u.nIUSIDes.'msu'was In town MOD. See their home In that : f
furniture to
<< H. C. Stanford Co. Fee's brought the revival to an 'end.:-Sanford Pickled Pigs' Feet: ;;
buslnees before the -CountyCommissioners. Pder's 0Iurdi.T
elt. "sLadles' St jNartoosee.
Jp .uayton I ... ,: Hon. Park Trammel 1, a prominent ? News! in !South; Florida SeDt.III:8I.Smoke : Pickled Tongue: ', h'
embroidered collars atDaDo'
"forTitusvllle candidate for United States Senator Key West Havana, the best 1a church bas just been Complete4y : .
left Best
Goodman Wednesday Pickled
Jim spent Monday, In town '. We :bad 6c cigar on the market. painted. outside by Mr.:C. G. David '
,
'" where he 'and ale ttra brother EastCoast heard, of Mr. :Trammellas" being Mr.. Murnice Tlndall left Monday !tir. JT;.F..:Miller, of' Millersburg, *, of the firm of J., B., Flnley A Salt Mackerel
have purchased
,Marvin magnetic and brilliant all for.the East Coast, where he will engage Son' 'Orlando and looks ,extremelywell.
". handsome, Ky., ha arrived to ipend the winter" Oil(Sausage. I
ftstlrosdr.st11&DL, \ of whloh'DOW that.. have ''seeD';and In the trucking ,business the and I* a guest "at the Park. 4Mr. The chancel has also been redecorated \
,
Watermelons now on the market"la : coming Mr. Tlndall will also LOCK sums ON ice.
are conversed with him,.we are ready to season. Miller has spent several winters In this by him and a bandsomebishop's

i Arcadia and from present pros ,admit. Osceola county, however, hasa spend some time in the Everglades on section;and has many ,friends here chair added, the gift of three

peots we will have .t.hem'.uDt.U after favored son'In this race, who pos- a hunting and trapping expedition.' who are glad to welcome,him again.Paniy .. members the congregation, shippedby Come. and See Us at Old Jr **
.
. Christmas." -DeSoto Co.' News.' tei.es all these 'qualifications, and < All colors lIro".el..et.RibboD'- 'at Seed'and', ; l' other" ,, kinds of J. V.,B. Lamb"New York. Lieut. Post ffJc V v

The Rev.,DavidD..Kidd: will hold whom" .our el&1HD.1I1 delight. "* to H. C. Stanford! Coy flower seed and bulbs;' We have just j -- r 1C.

' ervices la the ]!:plicoD.lChurCb, op I honor with .their' tuffrsere. >' 'A>setter plan than the Building and received.our new stock and It. 'cen'p ,,I

\' Sunday Morning services at gnderweae.knit. saouea, Loan Is now offered by the Jaclcton* be be.... Send for price list.; .. ,
next.: Childrens '
k : r KEN2bBLY.' SEED: STORE. ,: .A. ..CARSON. J.A. CIANIODD. ..L.U7PTKE. q(Jt '.
evening service at 4 o'clock. and glove'sAt the Ca.h Bargain vllle Developement Co. to furnish '
10:30;, : I JELB.PalatkaTFla. Irnrldwt: 'V..r-IJ""t."" e..t.rr--' .
". Married oa Sunday evening last Store. 4 Kissimmee'people, money to Build, 'I f, rQ
MorrUqn secured Co- :
IV- '' bride'.' P..rf..ln: On Friday ntpbt, last, a. the Midland Buy, or Payoff a Mortgage oa their .baa. ,,
at the home of the House "
Opera
'a.:Minstrels tbe
burn for ,
from home to-.a'e1y Invest a small :
trainwas' coming In its or
{ ; .c1&,. Mr. Herr, 'Yates and HI!" : .
rtbl.AdaPrescott, Dr. Breaker oftolatingrCorless regular run to ApQpka, when about amount each'montp..Ask., J, M.'Will next Wednesday .evening This above Is a KISSIMMEE LUMBE '

t five) and a half miles from, town' ran son Jr. for' a sample, ,of the Home good, cleanuptodate minstrel
'collars ID onelourt4sLtes have' house. Secure
Coon & C".o and should a full
-.be track, Builder's CoD3acLA'beiutdul ..
which on /
was
scow !-
;
,t' at seta at the Kissimmee Co.
your '
three of .
deTalllng the englee'tender'and line White. ShirtWaists .
i Mr. W..C>Par ons was 'called ,to'New and Cant. Canons, engineer: at H., C.,Stanford Co. 'A New llae of Ladles' Neck "Flxos"atKau's. '
'
i tMitiLon business, but cart ,
York and DressedPine
; Bass and the train crew bad to hoof Mrs. V.. A., TI11er'snd'Mies' Tiller, R Rough
t3IIMuirii in, a
It is expected .. it Into town.. ,The wrecking: train; went of Chattanooga'Tend., mother and, For Sale or Rent.-BU boom 'cottage '1.1
k.ben.
short :&Im, o spec 'out Saturday and'got things; together. sister of M,,, "Tiller, arrived Monday ,, Apply to Mr.; C. V. Bearden.Mr '" *

;; and brought In the wreck.. A' the afternoon to spend the winter." ,herewith Bowen, ,the manager for the ,Lumber.. ,

:, Queen Duality Shoe, all stfles, at tame train is used op'the' Sugar Belt the family of the latter. ,Mrs; new hotels-has" aifrived with his family ,

'H'C i Stanford. Co, and Midland, the 'morning train on and Miss Tiller have both 'made' several -' and Is occupying! one of Mr. Thurman's F r

.I Dr. ,Mol'e.Dwife ,and ;daughter" the Sugar Belt for Saturday:was ennulled. 'extended visits. to our';iO.a'be new .CO&t...... near the. High ,

'of'Atlsntabsv. arrived 'OClsslin-- . fore and have a host of friend. here School building?'until..Lbe, hotel Is HOUSE'' BILLS: A ', " S "

( : to,)pend the winter .and have Bur. who will attcytrd, to them beany wel completed and made, read'foI.: oc : : SPECIALTY 'f,

.: :ed rooms ,with Mr. and, Mrs; I I Leave packets for Edmond ih..W.bite son 47t. come. ... L. ,. ' ", ,***""*..\!,.t ;,,', .>,'," \1 l >:. ... ___, .aoc . .. I .
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Pts1DErsANNUAL MESSAGE[ Ju&tlto and the courts impossible banker as carefully as it guard the "InTestlgUloa of Indus investigations and ...

baiJeu : it is not feasible to carry on iulorests of' Nefv*' York or Chicago .trial Disputes. pertaining to mining and danger pariiaalat1r't of: Lb :>.;>,
accidents
mow than, a limited number of slieh) banker, and must bo drawn from the. Striljes sndJockouts, with tbei"f- to tbe ,

Miita. Such a. law to be 'really ffccl'.VA standpoints of the farmer and thenierehant tendaut loss"' and' suffering, continue industl'1"Vlcksbnrg National fark.: '. '"<
must of course be administered , -no less than from the to increase. For the fIve year ending it '
Our Government by an executive, body and not of the banker and December 31 1905 the number of I further, recommend that ,nav4 -1:
Leading Problems Confronting standpoints eity ,, monument be established l in I**,.:.,.
merely of lawsuit strikes those in any
Ly means 1.lLu tbopouutry. banker. was greater than
This Pat. ,
'Ably Discussed By the Executive design should bo to' pre'ent"the, I again urge on the Congress the previous ton years and wa double Vickaburg National Park opportua '
abuse/ incident to the Cereal ton oi un need of immediate attention to this the number in the, preceding fivoYf'al'l. ional park give a unique : '
deeds ( '
----- healthy and improper combinationsitixload indicate the increasing . ity for' commemorating. the 'O' !*I. $ .
Matter. We need a'.&'l't'atotr .elactic- These figures "
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REFORM as shown both. in I bo legislation -oJ'f of waiting until' they are incxSsteufe ity in our currency; provided, of need of providing some machinery those gallant men who fought,who on *, ,
CURRENCY PLAN., the Congress and tho adrainistrati.oi, and then attempting to destroy -! course, that we' recognise* the even to deal with this class of disturbances ; water, no less than of tbose ",
6f the l law by the Department of |lb' m by JLivil.or criminal. pro- greater heod of a safe aud secure in the. interest alike of the fought( on land, in the great civil war 1 .:

;i The Regulation ,of Public ServiceCorporation's Justice. The ,most \'ital.vl1eotd\ -is in el(. l11iU. ." *, ' j currency. There must always be the employer, the employee; ; and the'.gen 'Legislation TIle Thirteenth should J bo Census.enacted, at ',,, .
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connection with tbo railroads. As to ,
***V jA WU.*UflVf. l < most rigid .examination! by .Uie' Natioirtl eral pub)io. t.
: i. Necessary, But these, in lilY judgment there should Incidentally,, in the passage of (thefmrefood authorities. Provision should .The need for some i pro visjon (or the present session of the Congress'for ;"
: ''b.7 Must' ff&v Fair Treatment now be cither a national incorpoia- law, the action 'of the various )bo made for an emergency currency. iuch investigation wa* forcibly 'illustrated the Thirteenth Censu Tbe establishment : "J:
Integrity of Administration of tion act or. a law Keening railway Stale- food, and dairy' commissioners The ,emergency! issue should jof tfounebe in h.I'recent.. strike of tbe permanent. CoUld 1 t'' 'It .
r Public Affairs 'a Duty That, Applies companies to( engage in interstate showed in .striking fashion niad with an- efTcotite,. guaranty, of' telegraph operators which seriously Huteau 'feffoid the opportunity .for, f i '.
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have
better: census than. we everhad { '
certain itions.
how a 1
con the'
commerce upon much'good for' wholE :xOphi and upon conditions carefully 'prescribed interfered with telegraphic communication ... .
to AlL the full "
realize
to
in order
w The law should be so framed": as. to : resullefrom, the hearty coopcratjonrof by ,Jhe Government. Such causing great damage to but
give to the Interstate Commerce the Federaland, State officials -. emergency issue must: be .based,' on business interests and'serious inconvenience advantage of the permanent organic*, ,;* '&
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s,_ To the Senate and House of, Representative Commission power, to pans upon the in securing: a given reform. It adequate securities 'approved by the to the general public. < ation, ample; time must' be. given, .for ..,, ,--c;!.
*; future issue of securities,' 'while ant- Ls primarily to the action of these Government, and must be issued under Inland 'Watenra,... preparation. *' ; \
No nation has greater resource pie means should be provided to enable I Stulo commissioners i that we owe the a heavy tax.. This would( permit .The conservation of onr iiatural resources Presidential Campaign EpeDl'.1.. :::; .
than our*, and I thinkit can be the Commission, whenever in enactment'of/ this law; :for they currency being issued 'wlien the demand and their proper uso constitute I Under our form;( government/ toting :
truthfully said that the citizens of no it; judgment it is necessary, to mako aroused the people, first to demand for it. was urgent, while securing ! the fundamental problem which is. not merely a'right: but a duty,' .....: I
nation possess"greater energy and industrial a physical valuta!ion of any railroad.As the enactment and enforcement of it* retirement aa the( demand fell. underlies almost} every= -other problem and, moreover, a fundamental and : "
,ability. In no nation ar. I stated >" my Message 'to the state lawson the subject, and then ffr""lt is worth investigating determine of our National life. We must maintain necessary duty if' a man .is ,to 'be a t i
_ _ the fundamental business conditions Congress a year ago, iailroa should i he enactment of the Federal law, whether officers and dir b- for our civilization the adequate( good citizen. ,It i i. well to provide :. .. :: iJ!
sounder than in 'ours at this. l>e"" Tven power to enter into ajieementa without which' the Stat law were toraof' national' banks should ever material basis without which that that corporations( shall not contribute ;t tI'-I'\\}

very moment; and it is foolish, when subject to thee! agreements largely I ineffective. There must be be allowed to loan to' themselves, civilization can not 'ui: >>t.Ve, must to Presidential or National campaigns ... :" '1
auch i i.*' the case, for people! to board being mode public in minute del ail ho closest cooperation between the! Crust ompanies should bin subject to show foresight, we must look ahead. and furthermore to, providefor ':x'is"tf
money instead keeping it in sound and to the consent of:. the Interstate National and State governments in the same'supervision all banks; legisation As a nation ,we not only enjoy a won.I the publication of both contributions .. 4.; '" 1
banks; for it is such "Hoarding thai Commerce CommisMon being first administcrinc,- these laws. In this effect should be enacted I def.fill measure .of present prosperity and expenditures.. '11 "
is the immediateoccasion of money obtained. Until the National, Government Currency, for tho District of Columbia and the but if this prosperity i i. used aright The need! of collecting! alt8"caM. ... <(
stringency Moreover, as a rule, tho assumes proper control l of In my message to CoVigress a year Tcrrit ones.. it is an earnest of future success paign fund by' the parties would, .:.
business of our people, is conductedwith interstate commerce, in the exereiMj:: ago I spoke as follows of the cur- Enforcement of the Law.A such ai no other nation will have. vanish if" Congress: IIhou -provide, ",1f,'>i(
honestyand probity, and this of the authority it already possesses, eney : few years ago there was loud The reward of foresight for this Nation an appropriation ,ample enough( to, I_,,"; '
applies alike to( farms and factories, it will be. impossible either to Rue: "I especially call your attention to tomplaint that the law could not.be it' great and easily foret ld. Hut : meet the Ultimate expenses of'each ;> 'SU
to railroads and banks, to all our leg. 10 6r to pet from I ho railroads full tile condition of our currency law invoked against wealthy offenders. there '\luust bo the look.,ahead, there of the great parties. Then the stipulation ;&:t'
itimate commrrcial enterprises. j iustice. The railioads and all other The ,national-bank act has ably served There is no such complaint now Tho must bo a realization of the tft that '. should bo made that no partyicceiving "::1"-<",,";
In any large body of men, however great corporations .do wall to1,I a great purpose in aiding tho course of. tho Department of Justice 1] to waste, to destroy, our: natural resources campaign funds. from the '-t1' 'J;
thera aro certain td bo some ocognize that this control vhust come enormous business development of during the last few years has boen'I >, to |kin and exhaust the land Government should accept more than, :
who are dishonest, and if the conditions I the' only question is as to what governmental the country, and "within ten. years such! aa to make it evident that no t instead of ailing it so as to increaseits a fixed sum from any individual,' . ....
are such that these men pros body can. most wisely exercise thera bas been an increase in circulation man stands above the law, that no'!1 usefulness" , will result in undermining subscriber or donor, and the necessary :;... \:
per or commit their misdeeds with l it. The courts will Jeteunine per capita from $21.41 to corporation' so wealthy ,that it rani I in the days of our childrenthe 'publicity for receipt and dibursemcnt is-"'' ';' r "
impunity, their example is a very evil the limits within which the Federal $33.0S. For several years evidencehas not be held to account. The Dopai very prosperity' which wo ought \ could easily be provided. 1'..
thing for the community. Wheic authority can eScieiso it, and tlu'i'es'ill I been accumulating that additional ' '(merit of Justice Las bon as by right to hand down' to them amplified Toe Army. r..r.
these men are business men of great still remain ample work within I legislation is needed. The recurrence prompt to proceed against the : and developed.( Never in our entire history ha the Vi;
sagacity and of temperament both each State for the railway commission of each crop season emphasize. wealthiest malefactor whoso crime Tariff on Wood Pulp. nation suffered in the least particular ,....,;,
unscrupulous and reckhss, and where of that State; and I the National I the defects of the present laws. There was one of greed and cunning as to There should be- no tariff on any because toom .U care has been :r ';r' -
the conditions are such that they act Interstate Commerce Commission! must soon be a revision of them, be- pl'Oteed'ftjt'ninllt the!! agitator who incites forest product grown in thin coun. /given .to tho Army too much proin-. i' :
without supervision or control and at work in harmony with the several rdiu to leave them as they are mean. to brutal violence. Everythingthat try; and in especial, there. should' inence been /give itrtoo much money '.,' '
; first without effective check from State commissions, each within iU !; t Li incur liability of business disaster. public opinion, they delude many innocent own province, to achieve the desired I 8 i.ce your body adjourned there has and ,with the existing state of (lice of tbo change Leing of course too laige. As a nation. we have always -' .....) I
people into making investments -. end. lit in a fluctuation in the interest ou publio opinion, which so profoundly given, to those engaged in the business i. been shortsighted ii providingfor .. \,.
or embarking in kinds ,of bus- Income Tax. cell money from 2 per cent to 30 influences, both the courts and juries, so as to .enable then )o adjust. the efficiency of the army: in ;'" -t
iness-that are really unsound. When Reference is here made to the difficulty per cent, and the fliiMtatlon was even Las: been done. Hut tile law themselves themselves to the new renditions. time of peace. I think it U NIT
the misdeeds of those successfully of framing a law that will withstand Cteater during the preceding six need srrengtheneing in more The repeal of the duty on weed pulp : lack of foresight that trouf>l.. us;, '
; dishonest men are discovered, suffer the test of the courts. The I months. The Secretary of'the Treaa- than one important point ; they, I should if possible be arcompairied> not any hostility to' the Army. -4.- '
', ing comes not-only upon them, but argument is made by 'the President I. ury had t.o step in and by wise action Uuonld be made more definite, *o thatno by an 'agreement with Canada that In the matter of efficiency it 'iI i*
; upon the innocent men whom they that such a tax is not a tax on thriftor .1 put a stop to the most violent period honest man can be ted unwittingly there shall be no export duty .. Ca- I urged that officers and enlisted' man'
tbava misled. It is n-painful awakening industry. The German law .is giv. of oscillation. Even worse than such to In CD k 'them, and so that tbe. real Yiadian pulp wood. should be paid sufficient compensation
,. whenever! it occurs; and, naturally en a* an interesting example. fluctuation is the advance in wioigdoer can be readily punished. The Panama CanaL to warrant them in' making the- w
when it does <<>ct'ur'tbose who Sherman Antitrust 1..", t'ial.rall's. and uncertainty commer-I Injunction Work in now progressing at a 'army a life occupation. Among officers '
Suffer are apt to forget that the Ion. Moreover, in my judgment there the sufficiency of credit even at high Instances'of abuse in the granting satisfactory rate. The private- bid there should be examinations .. '
ger it was deferred the more painful should bo additional legislation looking ( rates. All commercial interests Buffer of fr junctions in{ labor disputes continue for the construction of the canal rigid enough to weed out the inefficient. ,_'
.. it would be. In the effort to puuishttbe $",o the proper control of the great during each crop period.' Excessive l to ()('t1J1' and "resentment in I were all unsatisfactory, and in consequence The practice marches and. field -
'guilty it is both wise and proper business concerns engaged in inter. rates for call money in New (the minds of' those who feel that were all rejected. maneuvers of tbe past two or ttu-
to endeavor so far as possible to min'amizo state business! this control to be exercised York attract money from the interior their rights are being invaded and Postal Affairs. years .have been valuable, ,and these
: the distress of those( .'who have for their own benefit and banks into the speculative field.; This their liberty of action and of speech I commend to the favorable consideration should'be continued perhaps the'mo t.
.;been misled by the, guilty:" Yet if is prosperity,"no less than for the pro- '.depletes the fund that would otherwise unwarrantably restrained continue .. of tile CongreM a postal important legislation needed for the .
,not possible to refrain because of Ice troll of, investors and of tlie general -, be> available for commercial uses likewise: to grow. Much of the attack savings: bank, system, as reeommeude1 benefit of the army:is a law to- qua...:
th such' distress from striving to put an I public. As I have repeatedlysaid 'and commercial borrowers are forcedto on the we of the process of injunction ty the Postmaster General.. Tbe li>. and increase'' the pay-of' officer*" ,
end to th misdeeds that are the 'ultimate in Messages to the Congress and pay abnormal rates, so .that *aeb is wholly. without warrant; primary object is to encourage among and enlisted men in 'tbe army,. navyrtmarine ..
-: causes of the suffering, and, asa elsewhere, experience has definitely fall a ,tax, in the shape of increased l>nt. "I ''am constrained to( express the, ; cot people economy and, thrift and corps, and revenue-cutler service. ..0\7
k' means to this end, where possible shown not merely the unwisdom but I interest charges, is placed on the belief that for some of ',it there rs( bylbe,I use of postal saving banks to- *
t, 'to punish those responsible for them. the futility: of endeavoring to ,put a whole commerce of, the country. v.-arrant.! This question is' becomingmore give them an' opportunity to husband The Public Health.
Our steady aim should be by legislation stop to all business combinations. "Tbemere statement of these facts nr.a more one of prime import-' their renouees, particularly tbose who There is a constantly growing- In. .
cautiously and carefully undertaken Modern industrial conditions arc show" that our present system is seriously ttncc, and Unless the courts will th mnK'ts have not the facilities at hand ,for crest in thi*'country in tbe question .
but resolutely persevered such that combination is not only detective. There is need ofa deal with it in effective manner depositing their money In savings of tbe public' health At last the '.
in, to assert the sovereignty tbo necessary but inevitable. !t is so'in change. Unfortunately,* however, it is certain ultimately-to de1uiantl banks. Viewed, however,.: frora...theexperience'of publiejnind i* awake to the fact teat",,,
"National Government by affirmative the world of business just alit is so t many of tne proposed changes must some form'or legisTative action. -' \ the"past few 'weeks,:Jt: many dieases,, notably.tuberculosis.,'. '."'
.action., in the ,world of Jabor, and it is as,' be ruled from consideration ,because : ,It .would be most unfortunate is evident that the advantages of are National ncourgtrn./ ..The work of'
Interstate Commerce* idle to .desire to put an end to all 1 they are complicated, are not. easy of for'' cur' social welfare, if w. ''shook such an institution 'are still more far- the State and city boards of health
4, No small part of the trouble that corporations to aU big combinations'of comprehension, cud tend to disturb permit many honest and lawabiding''reaching. 'Timid depositors' have should be supplemented by" 'a "con .
we have 'comes from carrying to an capital, as to desire to put an end'I' existing rights and interests. We I citizens to feel that they bad .just withdrawn their, savings for the time stantly increasing! interest on' the ,
3 extreme the national virtue of self- ((0 combination of labor. Corporation( 'j'1 must also rule out any plan which rtuse for regarding our eoort with being from national bank, ,trust pin ,of -National Government..
t lI'elianoe'of;: independence initiative( and labor union alike have come to! would materially impair jthe! value of Lcstility. I earnestly commend to companies, and saving banD; individuaU 'The Navy. 1, ,
,land,action. It is wise to conserve stay Each it, properly managed Uj the United States 2 per cent bonds' the attention of the Congress this have: hoarded tbeir' cash and It is recommended that this :you..
thin virtue and to provide for its a source of good and not evil. Whenever now pledged to secure circulation,' matter, so that some way nay be devised -' the workingme. their earnings| all of provision ,be mad for foun newHattkships ', .
fullest exercise; "compatible with see in either there is evil, it should the issue of which was made under j which will limit the abuse oft which money has been, withdrawn' ,.and that docks, coaling stations -. ; .
% ing that liberty does not become( a be promptly held to account; but it ) conditions peeulairly creditable to the!. injunctions and protect those rights'which and kept in hiding or in the safe de colliers and supply vhips be- ;
liberty to wrong' others. Unfortunately should receive hearty encouragement ) Treasury. I do not press any ellpecial. I from time to time it on warrant -,' posit box: : to the detriment of prospel provided to meet the need*. thus er.s-. 'P
this i. the kind liberty that "'o long as it is properly managed. It plan. Various' plans have recently ably invades. Moreover, diseon. ily. Through the agency of the- ted. Our coast line is on- the Pacifica .If'
'. the lack of all effective regulation is profoundly immoral to put or keepon been proposed by expert committees,I tent is often expressed with the use postal I savings banks suclr money well as the .Atlantic: and. ,Q ea...>, .: ;"'i' .'t
inevitably breeds. The founders of the statute books a law, nominally I' of bankers. Among the plan which] of the process ot-injnnetion by the would be restored to the channels "of ionally tbe fleet should be dispatched: .:., I' :!f
?. the Constitution provided that the in the interest of public, morality, I are possibly feasible and 'which cer.] courts,"not only in labor disputes, .but: trade, to the mutual benefit of capital to "tho waters of the Pacific. T Oar ..-:.. 'T
, National Government should hove that really puts a premium upon tainly should receive your eon sid era.I wliere State kiwi are concerned. I and .labor.I duty to Califoruia, Washington and : -. ::
complete and sole control of inter I public immorality, by undertaking to I I lion is that repeatedly! brought to I refrain from discussion of this question -| further commend to tbe Congress Oregon: is the same all to :Maine, Xew i' :.
state commerce.. There wa then forbid honest men from doing what I your attendtion by the present Secretary as I 'am informed that it will' tbe consideration of the* pareel post,' York, Lonsiana and Texas. t' sln-.:- t\...
practically no. interstate/ businesssave must be done, under modern business of the Treasury, the essential soon re eive the consideration of the_ especially on the rural routes.. 'There cerely hope that tbe fleet wilt be ,:.
such as was conducted by water,, onditions, so. that the law itself provide -: feature of which have been approved -. Supreme Court. I I. are' now 33,213 rural routes, 'nerving shifted front the Atlantic to. the ,Pacific .' .\
: and this the National. Government that its, own infraction must:, by many prominent bankers and I' Accidents. nearly 15,000,000 'people"who do- not every year or, 'two- until our ;Ii..' ,
at onl e proceeded to regulate in I I be the condition precedent. upon business -. business men According to this plan | The .loss of life and limb from rail.,!, have the advantages of tbe inhabitants navy, is of sufficient) strength to ad.. -" ,
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thoroughgoing and effective1 fashion. success.' To aim at the accomlishment -I national banks should be permittedto 'road accidents in this country has of cities in obtaining their supplies -. mit of. division., .;
,4 Conditions have now so wholly > of too much usually means issue a specified proportion of become% appalling. It I* a subject : These.recommendation have ,_ Foreign Affairs.In . { ">
Ranged that the interstate commerce the accomplishment of too little, anti I their capital in notes of a given kind, of which the National Government: keen:drawn tip to benefit the farmer dealing :with other nation it '
by water is insignificant compared often the doing of positive damage. the issue to be taxed' at so high a should take supervision. It might be and the country storekeeper other. should bo our policy to.be neighborly -, .
[ with amount that goe by land, and! The antitrust law should not be repealed rate as to drive the notes back wh'eu. well to begin by providing for a Federal wine, I should not favor them, for I I; anddo? 'all 'w. can to, help other! '
almost all big business concerns are ; but it should be made both not wanted in legitimate trade. This inspection interstate railroad-believe-that it is good policy for our without meddling and at the "same
now engaged in Interstate commerce. more efficient 'and more in ,harmony plan 'Would not permit the issue of somewhat along the lines of Federal Government to 'do everything possible time to give ..'understand In'a
.As ,a result, it eaq be partially andS with actual conditions. It-should be I currency to give banks additional inspection of steamboats. although to ,aid the small town and the proper way that we 'do not;:mead"to>'
imperfectly controlled or regulated I, BO amended as to forbid only the I profits, but to meet tb.e emergency,,not going so( far. I country districts. It is desirable that' be imposed upon. .
;i : by the:aetion of any one of the aev. kind of combination which does harm I presented by times ,of stringency. I The Nationa\\ Government shouldbe the.country merchant slfonld not be The Philippines.
eral ptatei; such aetion inevitably to the general publi, such amendment I "I do not say that this is the rieht 'a model employer. It should 'di-) crushed out. I IIteports'cboQ r .The Seeretary.of War. l gone to
c4 tending; to be' either' too drastie 'or to be accompanied by,.or to be .3 stem. I only advance it to emphasize mand the highest quality of I service''I that. daring tbe past I th;* Philippines. On' bis return "X:
IL elM too lax, and'In either ease ineffective air, incident of, a grant of supervisory my belief that the reds need for" from each of its employees',and it]I year we' made a clear: profit on our shall submit to jron hi* report on the. .
for purpose 6f ', nice. Only power to the. Government over i the adoption of some -ystem which ,should ears:for alt f." them properly; foreign postal business of more than ieLsud.: 1''''L
1R the ,National ,Government can in these big, concern. engaged" .in interstate -] hall be automatic and. open :'to' all in return. Congress .should adopt' three and a half million dollar The International Borein .of' American '
thoroughgoing fashion .exercise the business. This should be eo-, sonai banks, 'so as to avoid all possibility legislation providing limited but defl-: President recommends, that profit be Republics.<. "" :'
needed controL ',This does'not meantbatheahoni&'braextenston'of companied by provision, for the 0010.1 I of discrimination and favor: .:alto compensation for accidents' tall expended improving the service. One'of tbe results of the Pan-Am,
: julsory publication of' AccountS and I itism.; Such a' plan would tend to .workmen within the scope of. the I'' Oklahoma. erican Conference at Rio.Janeiro in '
Federal'authority', for suoU authority the .subjection of boob 'anel papers prevent the spasms of high money; Federal, power.'including employees ,Oklahoma lias become a State, the summer of,1900 has been great, "
1-, qi1reayexists under the Constitution to> the. inspection of the Government I and speeulton which, now obtain 'laN.WYork .of'the :navy yard and arsenal.. I.standing on. a full equality with her I. increase in the ,activity and usefulness '
i ,in' amplest'.and moat far-reaching official! A beginningbaa. '. already I market; 'for' at "present' : ,Bi4bt-Honr Law. ' elder sisters, and her future i* assured of the. International Bureau of -
form; but it does mean that there been made for such supervision' by there* too much; currency: at eer:'!(>. 'The Congress should .consider the i, by her great natural resources. I. American Republics. That Instltuj,' ..
should'"'be an.extension, of Federal the establishment of' the, Bureau:.ol tabs,seasons-of the'year* 'and ,its aoenmulatlon extension l of the eight-hour law. 'The 'The.duty of tbe' National ,Government tion,'which include all the American ''
_e activity. This i it not.'advocating: Mntraliutioft. Corporation : . I at.New. York tempts constitutionality tof' the present ,law'I to, guard :tlie personal and j'I Republics: in its. "membership ant '
.'U'I'merely, looking eta The antitrust law." should 'not prohibit bankers to lend it allow' rate for, has recently.been called into question property rights of tbe Indian with-1 brings ,all their ; representatives together I '
in, the, face':ndifealuing that'' cen- combinations that 'do no injustice , speculative'; > purpose; whereas at,and the ,Supreme Court.bee decided in'' her borders' remain" of course un is "a really valuable -
tralisation in ,business has already to the public, still less those the other times "ben the.crops are being, that the existing legislation! is unquestionably . changed.' : work {hi'Inforniing the people:of; the'
I' .coma'.and' cannot be avoided or,.unr existence >of which is' on"the' wholeof moved there i,' urgent need for: a. within the, ,power of. German. ,TariffAgreement.A United States about the otber.pub-: :
I .doe,-*.. anll that the publie at large benefit to the.pnblie. But even-it large but temporary( C.ean oteet' itself from',certain- this feature/of the law were'abolished currency supply It' must never' b. hour day should as rapidly and as [.tariffs made it necessary to appoint known to' thcm'tflUTa; i*"now
"' .v' cth. !..business.'.cent rattling -. ; there'would remain 'as ;.d'equally forgotten that this-queatioJl concerns far as practicable be extended to the a ,commission .composed of experts to limited by appsayjrihtSons. determined;
1 ... ..,. ,. better 1.methodsIof objectionable, feature the difficulty: business men.generally quite 'as much,:entire work carried'.on. by, the Government -I investigate conditions and secure the wjjen.it, :was doing a work, on much '
I _ control through and- delay now) incident ''toe its ;0'1:; as' banker *) especially, thi!*', true of f and. the present law should fullest measure. of rights to: shippers, smaller scale and rendering much less '
i already centralized foreement.;: The Governmentmust! stockmen, farmer*, and business" men be 'amended. io embrace contracts:.. on both exporters. and importers. I valuable', service.: I recommend that": \ '
: 'Government by the Con.itae1t..Then now submit to irksome' and. repeated: in' the West;' for' at present at.certain those pnbuVjrorks whiei the present 'Porto ftlco. I the, contribution' 'this government,
must, ..bo'no.fcsAlthtr delay,.before".obtaining a, final deci -. season of. 'the year lhe difference >; :wording ,of .the' act bas ,beeD..,construed .I.I agaIn lecomm.nd.tha' 'the "rights, .theexpenses; '.of' the barean' .b*' i
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halt $h.'.. constructive ion of the,'court upon proceeding' in interest rates between itbegEaat.andYieatjsfrom to/exclude. ;The 'general Introdnetion 'citizenship be'conferred upon the ,made commensurate'..with.its facreakvi l."_______
i: '.-- "'I-tbi.: Nation instituted, and re'nJ favorable d.- 8 10"10'per'- of the eight-hour day who plt.ot Porto.Rico.. A bureau of i. ed'Work, y ___
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j tttad.t. .... victory.(cent 'whereas'; Canada the corres''',be' the goal toward :wlieh'w 'should mines should be, -
...-= eree, may mean an empty L ; ; created under the e ...::- .TIIOIR1: noOSEVELT.rl
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; .;"' '" l Moreover.... to, t.empt'.to control, these :poadlng'4ifferenc.is'' "" ,but, .2 'pt. r; ent.'I .. -.te- di11end. t''and? -: ,Uw, .Government. ... .r',,, control and, direction-of. the, Secre-I.! ,-Tbo-< :White-,. :;House' .Doe. ?,. 1907.' ,;-_ _
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-and Matted. friends In .Garden City: this eessi Weave .. -G.wwtnneriJi.: ; .,.: M, 'Y..-,ht.jute. aayjeeata to: .....,.a..pervanmt TrUluaauaea can*

;week:,'....t wat'tp Dodge City.thlrtt-! .ftI. .1. ..lldlty auff.rer.t writ to him; a...1..."...late...".,......
tearaao' and for several years' +"' TVvfll" : who enclosepostage Write..t''i aMmr.! W l

serious bunted'bOal. 09 the plains.' He was 5 t N erlinrOh # he, will re*
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also Justice of the"peace ,and Coroner IJSdo,.. ]M -( ) mister} i PI yO'telling how .

_ for several, year. In the1 r early day J:* ...... ';...... take ono home...wo -. I"' ,, .;Doaa1* Kidney Fills.cured"him ..a.laet in*.'

I and the.. 'omclat potlUons, say* the ;'chfr. ; f'' ,':+ . after he .FR'EETO that va wlliiitoa *

p I Garden .Clty>-T \'*cra1Do gave him frequent VOW 'Gentleman-I'd Ilk1 to, ..i.'Y.'ism ; 'had1 1S00LoNCl14
ii "' opportunities to' see some of t 'don: dare.., The ren.led :mob + .had:been In two different w
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diet. or''the ,claaseshe the thrilling event that happened, lathe mftht' lyncbr, m.-Puck.. '.hospitals! for "" Wt wia book
:working west. Mr. Coot,rlat.s one Incl-. ****** *****a *e **m* ml f9rvif eighteen months -u..ae aDII ..
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, ---. ''cleat' of the palmy days of Dodge City. I or Onro;(.. r'r'or T.TOLKDO;!'.,.. < sufferingIntense,
,. that,was not unusual at the time:, 1'r\.411..I.' : ". COCWTT, : I pun In/-.the bank '

fruits, owen,And',vet- "Myst+rfous Dave" had been arrest,: ..for paHner CIIBSB ol the firm tnakei ol J.CiiKHKr oath that be la tUo. lameness, twinge PAXTINE.

5', Algiers, the first ,to reach ed for a murder which had b...'com-/ doing buaiaaaa Uie Ckty ol Toledo.UotiDty when stooping.or "
a. English and German ) and lora end that aaid lifting IvnguorVfllisy, / spell and rheumatism. ,. feenone, aoeh-ae nanal eatarrt. l.la
mar,; nltted In"'the town and'was .brought I aisle >aMJ. . ." h7-
OblPspiadoft'tJbriet> ..
; catarrh sad ta5.. ... eatuedb/finaW
[those front' .the.: sheltered Bern will pay tbeaum of on* KUHDMBD DOL. 'Before I used Doan'a Kidney
Judge Cook to have his preliminary alp. 'ore ere}, non tOxoss u4 ,
before U.. lot each and ot OATAHHM CTORJ -
Pro..nee every caee Pills.' Mr. Wlnnsy "I bottf.,of CHBaHSY.'S: KX bJ
( ;k M' old ; thet aret hearing. Dave had a num tb.t cannot be curd the oae ol it ALL'. say bmiuth, direct loos.treatment. lu ear.
freight;without refrlger- hereof Jrlends In the town' and It had .\4.T! >all "" "L *by.AJI" ".l.'IIItI.r.: '' weighed IIS.; After' taking 10 or '13 KT.fofly our llttl r(rt: ordlo'H.'.ov-w-'yet UMM lmm.dMe trouble U ...11eL... '........
'Thls make care In'pack- tt+ora to beloro _And ubacribl ID my boxes I weighed 112, and WM completely ThoouMt of women are using aaa _
portent a feature that at a .t>e.n rumored'that. made no difference r=-,-'ebu Sib day ofDecembULZA.er. cured." You eaafbnf ,It. ft), any Drl1Jr onmondtiif!! U every: day. SO sense M
If he was bound over; that they A.. VV. Ott' at.orb'n.siLkmomber. tff,
poaIUon"ID' Marseilles there .. UKAI.: Notary 1'ubAaLaN'.letarrh Sold by all dealers. B 0 cents a box Store aDd yon know it MTY talk IT OUSTS TOt! MOTIIIKO TO TBV IT.
Department deroted' entirely"If l would release him as soon as the preliminary Core laltm mt.rn.lly..ndactI S'oster-Mllburn+ Co.. Buffalo,.N,,Y.THB'lIiMlT. . Oon b. TOM XU fAXTOM OO,.ttvttum,.Hmu
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was over. "i had heard this _. ,
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t and directly on the blood and mucous urt r 'v- .
If, .hipping device talk," said Mr. Cook, ."and when I ces ot the.7.tem. band lor Uwtiuiooiala. c I -- ,-- .-.. -- _._ ---

J .r the took' my place In the court room I 1rM./ V.J.Ctlagrr&o.ToledoU.: '
cant prefer English!: all l> ala. 7Ac. '
great >v nif ,
Patl.nce-It.u limit'In -p i
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1" 1_ 1 the mansion I either In the laid two revelrer down on the table ,:Take Il. '. FamiV Hlls for i nilipaUon.Hold't they an age r I
before me, within easy reach of j |he country; handy Both were cocked and both- .WHAT 'P.\rlee-oh.: "?eu/ No member uN.reeasdwbtr.or l"- .'.,0.-_tbee.tr em I
-, I 'FEU tfc. 'ready for acUo .. 'The court room was John, what wae that awful noise must. confess to more tban twenty- Un tV.* t>UW ad I'leaa teem eaaMnd 1a give "",""" R
d Ibal was born 247 D. C.; ands arslYopkers! Statesman., :wUI b*> rav.rd.otareabl.t.andXsMw
and a great of Dave' eight y '
I full many la'the bathroom Just now f _ta.f.U= 1i tit.see. .. 4DaMl.pr.l '
'B. C., and wa therefore frl..id. were there. We! he.rdtb..rf.. : "))on't.. worry, my dear," rep'ledJohn : .,,_w-1/)00'/ so" '.000.n 10' wl.DaotBB) ,
ar'years ,..old .at the time of I decision BUYS "III.ooo.. ,. laod..r 10000M'1.110,000,d...b..
41ellce'an4 Just before I gave my "It merely a : ,, _
sleepily wu $150.00 --rw a.11 mrwNra.aM.ub.s.y '
Hannibal ....
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? -was never taken 'JYer!: will keep _. ,
I said one Sen e.-c.----
Milwaukee ..
',. p .tmstantlnoplo lie :died near from the a,, elf-ad-present his.. seat until this court 1* dismissed. tine rash' towel. :fallings. . 'The moet cemplete Saw Kill : .MwNr" i"r+. .._.. ..lLauTCIICO".O':..::.:.:::.:.:'.'

'The sheriffs are. Instructed to built Sa the Soutkers'states.Gainesville .
red .dose of poison; 'which her CONTAGION A QUESTION OF .
boot any one that disobeys this or
r: many 'years carried about'in Iron Works
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der.: Th.n I bound! the prisoner over PREVENTION.

a ring.-. to the district court- for first degree Blnks; drains eating! 'aud cooking aalnesvllle. Ga+. '

Sri Spanish' for bogie* and It IsTecocoanut murder took the, prisoner without to ball.Jail and The returned sheriff Utensils, sickroom linen an4 clothing Elie'' Ferguson Colleges Sr.eq.t.4esse.... ....>.
FARMS
was thus named chair. There frequently carry the'dreaded disease- ; __ eolIefM la
left his
before a
i resemblance to a distorted hue. person germ unnoticed by the householU. Averlea. A
were three or four deputy sheriffs In LAIRDS( aaitlhPremiert' yp.wrlrerandfloe coil-top 11..11 for seek papll. 'E"QUaON
aee. crowd. l.Dd the order would bats ,Thorough and hygienic cleansing 1. AND TIMBER .'ahead or soy of lb. ,.... .nd 1t eu 1No ...rae4 I..MORTi.
the HA1tD..IGO
the beat icUab.rshameoua7Os.; E.aitblateounty Vmr ORADUATIN A 4000 POSITION. ....01.. the .
been carried out If any one, had.. attempted safeguard against Infection, the UnlUd StatM. Can rail anythlnir tbal bddrwo.0 f t .I.reti a.a ...._ o.Sid.. .lit seal yoe a at. preaaL
Test la Femme (Where I. then to disobey 'It." and .such a safeguard!!! 'I, 'fOund In 1':0': en laod. Lar*:* and mall lara af rom
f) Buchmann considers this : the' universal household Cowl: JUMW per acr..Write for Hit aod. lo ter; Address THE FERGUSON COLLEGES. ,

.....-Lto be derived from Juvenal '.. Borax. necessity J, II. HICK. Cl; *..ki IM., Oa.U ., ; .. ,= COLUMBV- OA.. .r WATCHOS. OA. "
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preventive carries la ?It- you II. mss.L .
THAT WILL MAKK O.A-
for teal"
dollar'a pound
+ pua- Doa-t.mina IItem'mo..r. a / or know of' aufferer
f There I* hardly any UUc.uo'nIell.a exclaimed the. customer, "Isn't, tbat wit: disinfecting, qualities wbllh: enter write
' "' ,...,' the fabric or act. the O 'for
tlpon article particulars
woman Is not the cause.) too steep T" ,.
.. rosy of yalll.bl.remed .
our
'- "Yes, ma'am." 'answered the honest to be cleacsed In a hygienic manner ,, wbloato .

e Efiberr, Austria's Iron'moun- groearyman., "all tea Is too steep. eliminating every unwholesome prop'erty .....--tM4.

1 will famish ore_for 1000.more -Chicago- New rendering It" ntaglonprool. '
_..?___ ; Eagle emedy' CO
.4- at'the ,. ..
while aame- time ,Borax.Is' of .. .o, . .. . ,
.' e Of KISCR SlLOa.:ATLANTA, OA.CONSTIPATION. ' "
Itself as harmless''as salt , : : :W;
The lIOoutr iiii New England lusr Ckarlwler lm re. mm.y '
.he 'name of Ificheel Seon'l. the Unlike most disinfectants which de. TnaW. e__ w..lIIJI&l4. 1'Oe.weI

blest on record among the.Scotch in.'eteam; li horse-power ahead but New England pend'upon their strength, of 'odor or : am located on one of the Sea'I tan&.of South Carolina; our climate la mttd,
.far In
of '.water. horsepower. harmful-to-the-eystem sufficient cold to harden and to stand .. ..
tv but: the oldest fragment qualltiestoar- just> cause plant freezing after 3

Ittish poetry,now known-to exist, rest ,of prevent' contagion Borax UNature's aao distressing, 7.t'ao' iMW..*_..,Ie-I" the Litrna.t"". "--ijmfittjtotatVi j"..i.",'..,000".w ,joaf m fiMkUj!-"JIOU"...war...,.m..h ioo.3B .11. y,

slat of a few lines of lamentation ... remedy; being 'easy toob, : 1= ;..p lsrs...... s-t ram.eda m "
'the. death 'Alexander ''III. of Mrs.Window's Soothing Byrap for Childrentecthlnt.eoruns lain and easy to apply, a simple solo. .E .II. Cured : *.. ,.w._ TO W X.s PIue..Pleat ......

band,,which_ took; .place.In ,illS .. petoour theKvmsrednoealBfUmiBaUoaallays wind colic 16c_bottle Nation Uon In hot water being all the anpll. u 7GIt ,UN regukrly; lateral gala,..i Yet. 1 L .....'. r..... ..Go ...Smut fta*MM Mrt.lt, r

necessary and requiring no
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Everything comes t the man who prescription. It can be obtained from
acala
are ready
n. ancients 'were of. tie opinion advertises while he wal i. any grocer or' druggist In eo'iyelll.nt. arsons'"PillsMad :PLANTS:Bll roar Orders ,

at the plants In their movements economical household packages.In . CABBAGE CaBBAOK aaA
the . BET .PI.4I1T; .
rough space, produced severally .
of the This itch 'cured ,In'30 miautce by WooUord'e addition to its disinfecting quail bat eare hi effwt. all OHOWM FrtOM Till BA1IK OBADK
en.not.' gamut mu- Sanitary JUotieB. Never WII. :At 4h....__. tie. .Borax' 1s especially, a household pat a. ka *..*. *-aU.SS OVa CROP FROM.' 'We nave all of awl) "
?, It was contended; was Imperceptlfle necessity, and can be weed for soften OMrtn- sad by aH ......... Laadlnf Tarletlaa-KAKLT JERSEY WAKEr U>. very earl: *. /
to human cars on account of the -- lag water cleansing and Whlt.IIIDCclothM. I. ..JOHNSON*CO..Deatea,M".. OHABLJCSTOM: WAKETIILD,'aVoal tee date lai r. Ia Bei.variatlaa .
wa have BoeeaaUoa. a ktadlaa Early, and Bhort-Bteta.
ct that It was too powerful for our Clothes don't make the man, argue clearing the Ikln. 'wblt.nln Late Tlat Datab. Prlea at foil..., l.OJU to ft.OOO. Sl.5Oii

oarlne. Others held, that men:did ''the :Dallas News-but, ID some lonfl- hands,, make an excellent' dandruff + -, 6.OOU t.9.000.51.nat JO.OOO and apwatda ai.OO tkaaeplant

tot hear It simply because they were lodes they make a pretty effective remover.and can be used on the fines ,:".1. .' (At40-'07)r ) .are all grows aaar All water and 111'111..4 severe eold
,10 used to U, Just as we do not notice disguise. 'J lure or moet delicate fabric without "'h01&l1.Jllr'TUB OAUR-UABLTOJI., ........O :

the roar of the city from our constant Injury while as an adjunct to the

f familiarity with It:. The real ?' ( bath> -It remove all.odor of perspiration TELEGRAPHY .BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND

c'of: the Spheres" Is purely' Intellectual S. rupij'ElixirSennn'!fie and leave'* the skin soft and"veUvety. I -1.1.1.-..rir.d.wd.... ... ...I..taL..--175.- ,." .-.. f.y..at,_.._swam.a.. I'Ut kwdaM.- aah'mrTh__' lY..rlrli.R.a ale. U4SP er .11

DC In the great a cI .pl.ndld fact s Write SOUTHERN JsmUtMKSS COLLEGE AND TEUKQUArH BGHOOU' lfBWJfA1f: OA. :
universe of law and order.
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( tf.rrous .e* That' plsptays itself in Clgal ei;\4\\ ; te"EU act. '{f. ,' p ,.. II-.+1AL ,! ,." ': .". 'IJI"

the Tapping of Bight Bur Flagers.J iey iJl. ; ; 'j1 \" :', .
p ; l.s ld oncl11eoJ. ., ..;: lm. .J'o;.'Wlet' : ,,'RA'y"Yo'ur: mo'; : :;
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J: Nervousness that display Itself In ; d, . .' \ Iii. \ '. ., ,'h' .
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.constantly tapping the finger Is--said aches due to Lonstipouon_ ; "

I typewriter to be shlbltedto girls. B t some pert type, extent writing byI Acts naturally! acts truly! OA : :::

(operator us eight finger at their ALmxatye.orMen| . : : :
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.,' orl.The.. i steady concentration' and '*x- .Be )\ !tnen-and t n 11V ThisPaper! : 'zr

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trims peed In some cases,+seem tQ i-youngand. err '; r

produce a digital numbness that occasionally t tatnTjeneficiai !\ f oc t., V- t f' ';' : :
becomea so pronounced a* to . ..
nterfere with the ability of,the typewriter wovs i buy.! : e Genuine: j*"ad. .

*.- In some case Impatient employers \ i a Tn!Jull name '
falling to comprehend-the: .. ,

a use of their stenographers' trouble,; ," .


.ave If the discharged Ctrl afflicted them.with this-finger CALIFORNIA' The SULPHOZONE. -.. .. CATARRH! tsedy.BALM, Avery ft Company'

Aping .trouble manages to do her .SYRUP-
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and speedily she pay wide .!. t a = I1a.-.w., +b
ork'properly suoces ou
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4 i ,leave her fingers soon after SOlO 15r.f'; INC:;' DRUGGISTS.ne :.ur:1.r': :\ Math AtlaavU w
wta 'll- .tla". 4 .B*> Veveythi *, o.
.,' erlneS'at the typewriter .:\ ._. .....; e't.ye "
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day" > .ala. oyv) rejuW fI"CII5Of yofcarlle.Beard r..::'I..-...- _....M.ne.-I..id .ALL lUJIMo.MACHINERY-
Tended.'and tS succeeded by :theVvousneas .''j>e aUlrI.a. nr' Drag 0.... 1M1a... tie eM0e ATALL 7
that many of the victim at Harvard ( : Pales., Iron [vest
eider far more objectionable: I Something more'than J.OOO Han Mg1+tROITNt/ANILT, td
MN, SOPS.I tN, Misses AND PHILBMEI4. !, w
ill that I* required by the typo- .'Tad studentsboard In, comment. ,. CAPUDINECURES
tt-a1rl' suffering_from ''this dli- That,U I to says two-third of all the s

''i .;?,._ table the ,arm of &,eb_. nntrerslty.. student' resident,In Cam. _.-". ,... aw'.aa4 ,. r
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ok or bag la her lap or any other. bridge and a' number equal subsequently tile \ .M L r hefted.. w.fAutw. Atmr fA.M ewI '
a ctTnpon: which she may .rest her to the 'eotlfe undergraduate COLDS AND GRIPPE:::;..I.Ieli j jroaa.a. awy r ,I

.and begin; the .ceaseless, tap-. body.,. take their meals In'two dining .. spa Pt......_.. alia.loo. .. y. .... '
.usu. S* a.d ... Hl&u. .(Ltgouj flat
association which' are conducted on WLD..I1. a4 feed is G/g..Jtaweea ar.e.f h. o iMeafarfsuejrawA**.

ewrlterltls" might' describe the cooperative principle cost ot, W mea' re.'lenlent'"vith T CAUTION -W.L. Douglas name an4 pHs rtuapad oa bouom. Tafta Ir. SaW
Lota them int. Bola t>v the bad > . r rTWBara. Bho a iiMllad I Iot from factory to say Dst,
.ladT. 'Th eight fingers of board a week ranging from 14-, tq' $6 th*worM.-. Illuitratad oatalog Ir.I ., W. I. UOUOLAO, JIiwaktM. Blaaa., _
of their belief that
because charity
' Ictlm .thrum Idly the moment One of th*>associations }s run on the solves* .
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Kits down to dinner: A Itr.a&etthe.moYement European and the other on the Amen. begin-" .\. home.Whole" . "' '. ..., .
watohes for It )lean plan 'There Is'muoh.to be said n. : Early J Clirlntii : 'r'tubAIY ,

z+ *e, but there.Is not letup. .In oommendatlon of such a condition'; .. 's b AS GUi ijNf : Tf .: .
lE. .. t.IlipeJrlek'ftneini/ yogru seep MWAKEFIEIO I n. ....... R
one may feel a desire to drum ,of things at a great universitywhich ) ) all mt1. . x'
[the fingers for a few moment la BjOmetlme.* erroneously ,reckoned, ttk ea;, Wheat iltparatera. TN ywt ,

'ut consideringtmself, nervous an expensive- place to 'get '>an': education All Came nwd Out MdKeck-Suffered: Covered H Month Ilalr. ' V! ' '4 0...... ..... .. ,'II 1..

' u the design of the typewriter. It Is not only cheap board,,ootuIdering CuUcural: ,uWwrWaBS /aaru..... ,f
CffvQ.ln.a'ek* by, '
4 continue It 'fndeflnitelT'that' It but It U r- ''FOR t
of quality; an .arv'rangement .
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'"After" having ).le iaeselea'alt 'wholehead
CABBAGE PLANTS. .
and generally : ,
i'her'as victim : that helps to bring.atlthe,, SALE ,
; ,aeet tech were ,co..reol'wnlt' scaly I ,
i her friend equally fidgety. students together at least thr.-llia.* 'acresabout .* large,.. a -penny.were ",The, OS IfT ANNUAL: TOD around. world with an,.of lbe but 1I.0wo yarie _
with shapely* well-manicured a day enabling them all to touch,el. Jut as thick. they d.be.'J; 111 1A : l'AIl_. of apes AIr(]rClW'8'OabMa. Ta.tf. .1 thai 'oUnwtac pncv. "us. 1.000. to'
i sometimes: simulate the syrop-t bow. with each other. Basjdit U hilt all came out. I let tb. trouble run . ,1," ..1L.0 per tbo..e41'.000.. P.080: d 1190,10 000 erl.oes..I s le.,, .. Q:'B.
riche of the X...eta a. o. .,All elder. pro.pI.I.ed ..4 ..tbiecNoa pers.ise&Ask- fit ,
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it- the dlease.but. popular; barill ainiesBoston,16chale along, takinglbe doctor blood remediesandrubbing BEST .rRQmS.4'I'.111.J. or Emu.
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-4 ,prices oa sgooo 01'100.000. Cash seam t""' .W aAddress q will go C,O.0, ;
,: he*.,,however-vain canmoats on mire. but It did not seem Idlers '' y
Large Engines.nd
eupplle4.p""ptly.
TOU' tappiri*'of L real victim,. .' "n : .- te get any.' better, .Jfr stand tbat,we,. for ". '.Shingle'illlle' Cern Mill, B..L."COX, Ethel 3.: .Box 8.; ; .
In the about six voBtlu::then I got s'act of iht ,. ,. :'II':. .r
; teen -stepographer- New Uee For Ashe.. Circular,aawe.Sew 't..U.I*.teftl Ocgeteam ,
asked they .CIs**. Cutlcura Kemadlae.I and'in about a we>-] -- -
ow Bnlldlngwere them- "Th ashes ., a dgar make the- SIP noticed big difference and ia three weeki Aeyenter; r iiI line Knilnee 4 P CREBCENTANTIBEPT: M _

Iced the nervousness In eat *Ud of tooth.:wsh./:! ....'Henry ,it wee well entirely ud.hire not; had the Mill.tfupptle.. send fer.,.fre* Catalegu '
Pl L' Five. .AioU.ye*.. The ,twelveraked .KeOer. of Little Book, at'the'TJtopUU"Tna trouble.a"y'moraand a*' this was seven .,. t e 'aR.AT..T' HEALKR KNOWN TO-SOIaTNOeV, w
tfcemfnl or amllltCl, o. 'years Cfl eoaaider; nuraelf ured.> .Jd.... GAME OUT ALL RIGHT. Norn"paia Pol.u..e i, Kosi IrrlUtiag.1: Allay laflaateation. and aiopa w .
next smoke
u." bat Sate DGot'the ;-"*{H .jt tlme. yon, a :good JHmry Porter,Albion} Neb.;Aug. 'M., *,. did come out.In that eras from 8&6-- As atron- as 'carfaolie acid and. .. hanaleae rte:-,..". + '
'cigar: save the. ashee.Oet: ; ,inect $0. you: .met .... inst.etIyil cur... ok).and carenie aoreah,' .. ... ..:.
same profeslonIatlronr .;; morning ,take 'a. pgctoedgar' aaft, ,. game:last .Dlxhtr*... .. : t r eurs .Grua sbd (adammatioa (rues hay eaaae o* man or baa at. Yen. "" r.
Bnjldlng-were.: put on nib B _'.7ou'troi >t4eth,and 'tn fiome:Jrnea"w'liorn.:8iie;: : lAldrtlia ./fThe.back i waderyvTh.e| restof, ''W/owle. .. ......!O"..head:and reap. Satfalaetioev..; peatjtvafr" 1 ; '. ) ;
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five :
sd.esaTistand., ,any and J71Dpt aU but!b. 'ot-, hem '.work/wkk': :1 : brush., "Tne rest' si ealc.the- truth.9CCUlau.lI.J'" -' ," .. ,.t bunch .was.cangbt.-'Cbltaga: ?'be'l} see II:l.byeU9ini. ...asD., .*"* *ttaf V ..Wh1P, ost111CALCo:,ri.-'W'aaTear y
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*rtag,o..what( te the dve.'facts.aJefwantedher11 th',and.: right, -"asked.,,answer; the t '":'tpisnd k oomlac aad*.., will,them-ln eon.'boPI0C Prevestthe'. or:tfce swoDea.c''; 'kast.of'sndltlos,gw dgr'ash. ,'I: haye.beeg1VsiAC 'trora*w'ffl and>*..' La Creole' Will Restore those Gray Hairs"I. I" ..... _


ten .wbq operate the key'dhave 'the ask for nv* yeara,,
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rM '... ",' Matte PreWWtienamtprohlbUioaists. t. H.CJ!>a OH. _- R..1. OILUIAM 'Atlantic: tJoast', Lin<

---1'lfJCORLANDO -
tall ;that, : ,
J.'be at J OF THE CELEBRATED
i' ; ,_rohlblUott' doesn't prphlblt.: Prrhapa PHARMACY I't ROUTE f' .

it doe* toot. But we are Inclined to "New.York amc"'Flo'rid8'8pee alA "

bank\ that If all ttiojudges In the state .
of broq..MfI'd.ICION
Wo carrv a full .line
t' : the. method of Judge N fl- ---".
were to adopt
Cigars,Tobaccos/ Fine Soaiia, IL't
r ,John P lham of the ablest of1 the "
,one '
Perfyuins and Toilet Articles ' "Chicago d. Elerftaff < :Lbai
,' J : circuit: judges In the state, that.th.same ,, and .
Block Is fresh
' Our new, pure i .*,,o ySolidaVesUbula-"
t nan would not often be found and our prices right.PrescrlpUouM Trains. Steam'Heated! ,and lltlsotriaDining
re,*atlsg) the tame ofTenee e of selllnf<: promptly and carefully rtarVP, N .,. '

R'' blloU<< tiger wbUkej The jYoagon compounded., .,,, ., "' 1'''' t
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'.ry Jouro5llode tbe IOHU wtng in theAtlanta Wheu I Ia 0.,1,0"0 cell otr'uv( and we 1r r. "':' ALSO-') ,
Are, a journal devoted '
Golden
will treat right. '
you '
to prohibition ,and edited by Mall order ujvt-u ppecial aueatlon.OR. j "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" 1OTsC,
Y' William D. Upabaw. who has visitedveral -A. N D- "

i .. counties this state making R.: J, ('HLLHAfM.GR.N. \, "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRH R.a E; .aS. '

speeches for the cause of prohibition l ..3.1 W iClt.rc1a t..01tLA1tD "LA. I .

which commend to those who thinkof TO THE, "DIXIE FLYER', and "
,Igaorlair the prohibition law in this '.

Ute when a county speaks out fop prohi NUBIAN TEA w WEST "MONTGOMERY ROimr' ?(

.. .. billon."Over. .,
in Alabama ifare la |la jud. Pullman Buffet Sleeping .Cars toNewYorkChicago'St. !

on the bench who oe.LbI.e very much Atlanta and J Intermediate Points. ,

a' to our liklnff. In the superior court PULLMAN DIN INca CIA" etPeVlp..

of IiJb.lbl'couolY man was arraigned Information call :
For ticket, rener?allows or' 00 arst.AtlasiU
1 + 'before Judge Pelham for running a Keeps .YS Line Agent, or '

blind t.1<
saloons. The offender's attorney Oft C. "XVHITK., .-. A. rflLMlNOTON, N, C. W. J : CRAIOPflH
him as follows: ,
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plead 'IrO lit y' to the
:Now you ]Jut "'
.8'rlit. oft'eo.e'and maybe the Judge will It KM BUDDED TREES !
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dismiss the Other cases against vou.
"And so the trusting deft-Dclaa"plead $
"IHII I IUwTtRS
/iruilty to the first Indictment. "Three a Islesworth Nurseries./

w, hundred dollars!" To the second of- RttMdyforConstipi, ,
fence a plea of!guilty was also entered.
Six hundred dollars,' said the Judge./ ,. CHASE tt CO., PWHTUETORS J. W. HOARD,'Ao&rt r"

Third offense;-orulHy: or apt guilty?' ; ,FOR SALE BY We will hue ready for nest Fall and Winter planting a general
'- 'Guilty;',answered .bewildered and .A assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varia
staggering blind tiger nan. 'NIneJ =;_ gall, W B. MAKINSON CO. ties. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough Lemon sad\
Sour Orange roots, guaranteed\ free from Insects pests of any kind..
J hundred dollars answered> the J judge.This ,
; p.a.unlDNr' All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefor trneto-vt;
i arithmetical progression I was too IndipstiMBillons name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to-;
touch for the defendant and he was ia none and our tree. are a. One as money and twenty year's exper-,
danger of nervous orottravlon of the SOLE AGENTS Kissimmee, Fla. fence can produce. We are making a specialty this season of th* 1 V',
.: .. famous California Valencia Late which I. destined to become the1
immediate aad violent type. c.'a..c ., Our Valencia buds ;r
---- Greatest money-maker in Florida. come dl--
"And,' said the jUd.ieo..lt.b (trare de tr. ness andDyspepsis. rect from the beat bearing tree In the district now famous for pro.J .
termination you don't come here wtw..w..w..w va4rw w wt>+ % % Mt duclng the best Valencia In California. ,

aad sign a sacred pledge that you ,o r pwt iccs i : Write far Prices to J.. W. HOARD, Cotha Fla., or'call.and see our 'l"
will violate tbe law again I
never Sunny South Stables. series at Waco on Florida Midland R., R.C. : ,!
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will send yon to the chal t (r. .
Almost fainting: the blind tiger """' ''''''''''''''''''''

opened.Its eyes and.-signed. That is It Ii good for the Liver, Kidney, Slomacli -
; the kind of a judge Io'b..e, That Is ,UowfU and Blood. L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor:. A, CASON! Pr*.ldat, N. C. SRYA.e.srebe7.
the boys and It takes the plate of calomel l and leaves f
way to protect our aN.e..e.--"------ -- '
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no had sfterediwl./ ; S
our homes. That Is the war to open
Il i. nt'rd..1 in the, S >ririf, summer BVOAD>AY
the eyes of the blind 'tI<
+ the way to make prohibition prohibit. LJiililren.IliseTtremelr. II. Waters & Carson Grocery C:
Montgomery Journal. : pnlntnM. -even children Pho4 102 I.i
BV likeit J... a..,., f. ipn's --......,.... ....-..,-- ---..........--.. -J "'1L... .
$ __1wh.La.L aeO ..ta..I.. ra.. .
Stetstn Football. Well equippedwith New Stock and Vehicles! and $

: 4 loi. .' Stetson defeated Rollins at Winter Rober P arnlacy, prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis $ c; F 0 C E R 'I ', :

'" Park,on Nov. 23, br tbe score 4 to 0; KIS>JIACE LA. faction. .

I II fend again at DeL.nd Thanksgiving I t
"Day S to 0. The games were thrilling Public Road Notice COUNTY ASSISTS Pee
HEAVY A SPECIALTY. . I
with Interest.; Rollins put up a good . . HAULING
Notioa is i horebr si*** that It U' the latmttaa . '
gape but went down against the of the Board of Count ('_101""" ,*of OoMolaCmamtr. 1r W WM' ....,, ; If A Y I Celebrated Fertilizers I I CRA' ,
superb training of SteUon. CoachForarth : flniM.*. at th*neat regular looeUna. of i '
of the Ualrerstty of Florida mmiml........to be hM Monday,th etIa aar ofJaaaarr. GRAIN ETC!
,refereed the at DeLand. Both .1M .........11. tIM foil' wing pr.pn.J Clrc.|*r* ..4 Frtoo*
game '
...r a.wto roads niMBd .. Nl..tl...
t ,teams. plared.'good honest roo -baU. c..... .....\a point 7-"o......_tIa I d.sr.a.t Rubber Tires _
t 'There were po Injuries. Immense -. f1If doe half mile _ke su the ..u. MCUM When Wanting New
UMrFeU lB TP V South at Rays SO '
crowds witnessed both games. Winter ''
4 suet aM r.edne theMe Mrth S ACCTM*west tee --.., RID.ES FURS WOO ;
and DeLand bad the :
Park
appearaoeeof
rmnlt...doe twrth H.i.of BwtloB I* ..-fMrth ,
+' w. of a holiday (:The Florida S......wt UO,......, 1'-- north 11 d.tr.a '
bon playing on Stetson's team were ...._ aad en.eigbth aile to Torte Bar. OR OLD ONES RESET
Country I'roduoa': &pe oi..lt:
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Laird Bendrlcks.. the captain from th n m* h 32 dinr.M west to 1Mut01.1 :'--
t Robinson !: (of NW!' of ec\IoII.8IITp.N S.R.1IOw:..
Orlando; E.:' L. from Ort th..-wrth *0 a..r....wt_ and _'_rthU Write R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO, FLA. %% > %<
,. Undo?; -Clyde Pounds of Oooee; .. theses....h tiftm. wet to the>rniiUconwr
.' ,;. : :L Charlie (Campbell, Fred. Botts and .....aMrtIo..... of NWH of 8 Bt: ( of the Only Rubber Tire Matt in>t South Fiori' -

-' !:r/Lawrence Botts of DeLand; Pat Bed....11. thme north thrash BcetloM I*.ted ida. He does the work right .and.his price .

;n Sams son of Senator !Sam:: of New B ltRaibMdbiMld8MttDn 4 to the right. of way of th 4 T St...StS.B.Mr Clo.d Sugar' is'right..' See him before you; : go elsewhere.He :

Smyrna; Arthur' Underhill of Lake ....reed t....)IO leet wid.it t.'.et oe Mea ltd.1 will save you,money.and freight... OSCEOLA'PHARMAeY: ;.
Helen; Harry, Garwood, of Green of..id 41'1"t...
v ',out . Ceve -Spring! E. L. Waterman WitMUMirhaad mm .x:...Oki* Clerk of Mid -
'to Boar4 ad .... official Seat of..u BoanLat KU- Respectfully
Crescent City; : Ed Mickle, Lnther ,
,! ___Florida.this 2..day of DootmlMr. A. D. "
# .if.Be4ortba.. I a
ItOT., TL" t. LEaL." .
1 Clerk Circuit Court Ooooola Ooulrt,..FU.Br Cot'n'n'
--I Wa.te4. ARTHUR.E.DONBOAN. UM. R.L.HOLLAND 2 Whore You, Get Prescriptions
v
r ., Live Sandhill Cranes'attars Wood Depoa\F ca-k.
Filled
e Ducks and Big Fox Squirrels/ High rectly at Reasonable Prices.
,., .
.price paid. Dr. Cecil Frencb, Naturalist - 4
Washington, D. C.< oat 25 7m; Notice tor Publication. .

of tk.Imtrrtiir. .. .. It.makes no difference whose blank your, Doctor write(
Department ; .
our Land Office at Oai.e.rdk.11.. R'. .. .. . .. ?:W" -_'tF'tlviF' .F }, rttiA
i N_. 4. J 07Motks his Prescription on, we can fill them correctly.YTe c

r I *to.......'given that ca.. T. Raw..... t NORTH KISSSIMMEE.[ IPHONE' NO. .B. J. are Affects for ELBA HOME REMEDIES'wbIchlM; !;
PAINTING of Umalunaii.Flawha. lud ootlm of hte Into* !
1 1After1
I Uon 1* make anal BT.roar reef In MWDort of are guaranteed.
: hi.etOrn. TH: Homto:..d Entry No. DLVU mad .
\ r Jab S. Itm.for the NCU: Beetles pi'. Town.hipS I C. W. Griffin '
'il, 2S .....2T E,and Uaat.... proof will b*....... FULL LINE'TOILET ARTICLES/
.- bofor Cork Circuit Cowl at KiMlnmw Pbu. '
,. on December ll1 n7.Ho .... .
< ", nmi doe followin wltaMMo to prove his Fancy i Family Groceries
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.. 'I' oattaaoa i and c ltiT tlon of th .
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.I. months I tiave returned to KisElmmee C r. fkwatt. of Klo: lmm** FU.1 O. Alder. '. v Fresh Meats. a r :
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and intend to make it Iougkm.. .F my permanent home. _....Fla. L Delluery Every, Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited, j R. S. FloydjSa: Co.,
.HENRY! O.CHUBB. r uOadoe.rie6ltrgisd.A.raacriu&a.16. ufe4kJ.V.sWh1.tJIrrigation i .
e <11 offer' my services to the \ R..l>tr._

' public aLa a First-class Painter' In .Court'of Justice of'the Peace, - .

: and would refer tb m. to :any State of Florida F RIDS INE: P 'GROCERS'',;

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patrons
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j'&re all well with -' tirstacenwAtbaue :: FIRM NEW GOODS
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: S. L. SMITH& OO.r.Prop's.. land ptBd ctlre. w* hare the exact
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