Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 20, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00360
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Oaoeola county often almost every and The o '. ', .,,0.... '_ .
r 1 horoeiieeker .04 I to any superior! -most localities th.'State.Cf. FlowIda article, appearing tn the last ...., \ .. 't. :-
Jnduoement to the ,'ID- ; I .
not only to Its natural soIL { sue of the Vatlet;Oasntte. relative to .
a* advantages of and climate
will variety j '
p-.estort'iglt produce: any : I ..\,
tblrtj. .. deer lIullllrOlia "
and smaller .,, ,,
'i ,t''ot. crop'fio'Md'In' .a.tropical ornb; ..1 ; ;:hutparticularly-On. account:. of. ",it*, .high cIa.. 'citizen_ .- ...... haylng been killed: In this-noun: ;-.:.::...... ...'.'i'"' .\..,...'t\... !.. .. I
k rmat$, and has M fine pis - ;\ "' \ .' _
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1 shilt.'lt' sdvancedposition( ti, week : H
""turage for'stock''as' be' found In in education. , .and the- general d' previous' se-ims to have f *\I' ,
I 'j had a magical effect on all the sportsmen .- : ;
'ant state la the Union, but one of the :moral ton of its {fnKabiUnta.; R.Ii, !:.. ROSEEIYENINO ; within ia radius of five hundred : .

K""t.: profitable Indjistrle a'man could ; I _ U'j_ : '-v ;
miles of. Kleslmmee, as more 'parties j'.l' ; ,. .
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,: engage Id lit:thl county is the .raising. '
: i ,. have arrived town this week to hunt ." .. $
; .f sheep i(1', deer turkey. and . " '
quail ou.our pralrles .
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ITU thouahe'bs mane that sheep ,
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OF PLEASURE! A SERIOUSACCIDENT.Mr and In our>hammocks than have .
w oan. be. profitably raised only .in the . "- I J' . been known kJ'come, here for1'I year '
w.*t aDd. north a*.the wool nir not PhllatheeTa ReteBereaasat ff v ,
Ella .
Cwrtie FelU From' RorcH past, fully two-thirds'of them state .
*_,110 a sufficient leotrth her to Make of Mr. and Mr.' Pf asm.IfoCaany r their here ,Is due 'f' -- i' f ..' .
ve'trledU Home, sail Bre k* H.r Art. presence reading '. 1, "
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h marcetable but thtwe "
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. add who are engaged..4n that. Industry week ai the Baraoas entertained Mr. Ella i Cu'rti., an- aged ,lady who the account To thi"paper'of the excellent .: .' ,
the Phllathea at the home i* almost blind and who lately moved shooting this county afforded. leH far different. so (
; today a : .
or Mr. and Mrs. Everyi'trslnbrings;; additional ,j'i ? .
J Overstreet
first. authentic record waJt.eof no. # to t.hl.clt.1. from Indiana. with. her parties ;, .
The which proved to be of the who outfit. la this city'and. out. ", ."t'\:, .. ;
.. this when one most enjoy daughter and on-in-law, Mr. and go 0, .. '.' ,..
..b. 'raiting lo county was '
Kr,ep Milt Ur,.father-lo-law of Mr.NC able events of the season,, but not Mr.,William.;. and.rented the Fleming for a weeksome:; on horseback some I ., .,,' \ :r''.' E ".,.:, .
than was the in wagons and some boat down the I i' . V r.
Cr on, rear*,.agos bought 140 more so reception tender cottage in North KUclmmee, had.' py . ."' ..\ .
$ ed the the' river, "and-last Tuesday the steamer \ -
Baraoa by PhlUtheas at
:'keadboa Mr Tom-Johnson for M.CO the.nrfefortune -.0 :meet with painful, ' "
bead. -, ; ,kept his 'flock the. home of Mr. and Mr*. H M. aDo accident on Sunday;, night,last.Mrs. . Llllle carried three .separate oartles 1'.::.:. _ .' < __
per", Mr.B4tfan; ' '
on Friday evening, the,6th Instant. Curtis had lust. returned from f who will hunt. from. Lake Kisslmmee toBasslnger. n :
montht : 'j'.T: -
,penned In hi.grove for twenty, : .;:;
There were sixty-five of the youot"peoole accompanying her daughter to church I ,
sold enough ,
;land thai time '
during .
praocnt, 'and each seemed to'yle when she wept. out on theback "porch Not a single party !,, far returned I 'i.' . 1. ", ;
his .
wool and mutton to' coyer original I . : 'i : -
Y : ; t' .purchase price of 4390, and .then disposed with the other to' make the 'evening a 10get. a drink of water Not. being empty handed"and, the majority .;, "', .. '.'. -: .):
red letter occasion In the social life of report unprecedented luck in killingbothjeer "
k. of the Bock to Capw Philip Leo well acquainted with the place and almost 5'S' : "'. .
clear:'ardy profit for 11,250,"as It had morn cost'of almost which noth war Kisslmmee.'The exercises .began with.. a general and In blind falling she struck:walked her off head the against porch! j several large and email parties game.hunting There In are the :' : .; >. :' :': : . '. ':"; !1

ing"to keep them during, that. time.. chorus of different songs, everyone a.b.rrel.cutting It very badly and lower end of the county who have been \ f Ii. ". ,>. '\.. .; .," .-t, ,
Mr. C,' A. Carson,' president of the present taklng- .
of "adrertlslogcontest" Is expected the whole town will feed " _. " '
game was engaged -
summoned and'' sel the brokenmember "
,?-. 'State 43sokof Klsslmjnee and center in There were two prises of- ,' and says tf.unless.. on venison fora, week at deer aresald ,.'. ...,, .:\. : ;' i' . ,. .."
;member of the firm of the Water-Car- .
fered In'this game the first oompu.1 to be plentiful I InShat section this set \ "' '. '
being > <
won |cations set 'In she will .- J 'tt/'O' ( , ,
Co' ha 7,000 or .
'" , too Grocery now "!I, .... \ >i! : ,
by Mrs. Lena Berne and the second by Mrs. Curtis advanced Is son. .. -." "'''''-n.., '.H.i'1iIo'...(. -' ." \<' ..
the 'range tn the lower age 'againsther I "' 1'\1
j't 8,000 bead .on 'ri.i.-,.' "... \ \' ,,- .
Chu. O'Berry. There are some who seem to. .!oblai: \ .. ,.. .1. " '.,
acd. her family have fear . : "
-.'Fo' --part of thus county t. which? are. looked. Ne -came the.''thoww4; the pillows that the _accldeht'naay+ grave U fatally, that the-sportsmen. whocome to..this '" .'...'--..-- \, ...._. '...... '.--JI _.._ '- -.' .(. 11 .' ,' .
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+ alter by son, O. A. .
1 : tailed with present* for the tiaracas although at this writing she Is doing section\ merely to hu nt contribute yen \
Mr. that each sheep .
:.' .-'f: will C..r'oD..t.aMe from 2i{ to 3 pound's of being thrown from upstairs. Duringthe fairly well. little to the material welfare of our ...: -- .. .. -- .,:" .- . .
'. produce time the Uaracas. were searching town and county, but a greater mistake f
wool a year, which is of : very good Dozer EDtert :
... Mrs. Van :
."" foe their presents the PbUatheas fur IDS. was never made on their part, for
"f"" \ urn Fsnd-readULseUr for from 20
y s andihai. cjshed musle Intermittently. If a Ba- Mrs. Thomas Van Diiner gave apleasant a fair' proportion' of them are so 1m I
to 30 cent a pound I.bere-i j ja -
-greater demand for mutton In. the ra moved while-there' -WMhe -n sic aftfroooQ Thursday to a few 11 pre"eelWIth the. many and varied adantage :
"" compelled forfeit friends from 2 4 themTor'a thia-HO\loa.-o lf-7R '
be was to pay a to by taking ) .
.market. of the State than can up- -- , .
'he'"DDU..1 Increase which was sold later over the 'head of ride on the lake in Mr. Van Duzer's eventually. make their home among us, -- ,.. n r','' '' ,
'piled He says that .
I is 61 cent ot the flock-ewer. a witch and the owner forced to perform pretty little launch. Those Invited while those who return to distant parts t

buck and lamb per all taken tn the count various 'trick before the entire. were Mr. T. Ellis of The Inn Mr*. G. tell others of the wonderful country to :.d'...". ..,.
audience. l' H. Morrison and her brother Mr. be found In the Kisslmmee1 valley, and .
/r-a'fact which Is remarkable. "
The moat Important feature connected -:: The president of the Baracas' In a Bryan, of Tamps, Mrs. C. W. Dann, the season following bring addition. ', \;/ <: t

': with the indtitry In this 'section! neat and well worded .spench thankedthe Mrs Henry Barnes and Master Chas. al'DPQ.aben.1 ,. .I .
Phllatheas for the many kladnesss Dann. Mr. V. F. Van Duier had Every time the name Klsslrnmta I is
and.wh ton. make It. .ODe of the most
t ,profitable a* ,welt a* one of the rfesl( .. :shown his class, 1r.Q'd the yloe-presl-' cbarge'of the launch. It was .Io"elv mentioned it Is.*n advertisement, and ,. !"E1

to engage ins h that. the sheep ratted( dent and Dr. J:-W;Simpson! also made day and all seemed to enjoy the r\de when It. 1* done in a. boosting manner ,,, ....

here are not subject to scab or foot brief and pointed .delre..... very much r nothing but. beneficial results can fol- .. .

,rot, a disease so prevalent, In sections. Miss Eloise Moon on bet..U of the It was Mrs. Barnes' first. ride on our low. ;By that means our town and

abence Phllatheas, expressed! deep gratitude lake, as she only recently c.me1O the county are fast building, and at the ."
vOf the west. "The reason-for the -
i _L. .. of t.hat.dl..lnLbI.loc.Ut.11.; for the, many kind words said b'f: .thesoclety land of flowers and 'sunahlne;.and she rate It is traveling it will not be long '" .,.:...- .:. f"'ot. i

.wrrmalnly, I due. to' the excellence, of theaaidei"the .over which she presides.and: was very highly pleased with. the pretyylewl.JeelLU before we are.\ counted one of the most! j -' '::'.# -;, '

> :rtnosl" ,:rnutrltiour food promisedU:do..a11..J.IL.beI'PQw, they differ.ens ... populous lon. of thej' tatet .. - -l ', .'.
prow bring the Pbllatheas to the pinnacle. of Islands with'orange grove laden Let the homeseeker come, let the tourist
grasses, |n>, abundance on. our !
--prairies the year round. "' perfections, .' with, their golden. fruit, giant:-oaks j I I : come, Jet the sportsman come, let I
'' rIn'this) 1Iec.t.loo' are two..shear... Then came the "animal" game,. all covered with long drooping mos'k, banana all of every (class come ;for ire have -'. ,. .t!',.' f...

to.V Ings a year-spring aDd fall-while In oresent. taking part, and proved w be tree. 'with their great green plenty"of l land, _plenty of opportuni. J''I": :l' .;' "i

{ the north and west there, 1* but'one, one of.the principal features of the entertainment branches bending' gracefully,' and, Lies,' plenty of game, plenty of. every "
.and. the wool clipped here '1. of the. .. "",.' ,.. . -. most beautiful of all,-t.he'glassy lake: being for all Who, come and then" plenty \ .:- #

; ,. length. make it first.class,. The tort JVl this j'UDCt.Uae.: ;, delicious refreshment hits a eight.,not ,easily'' forgotten and to spare.. ,0" s. -

. of were served consisting of cakes not .urpa.sed-\ beauty by.any place fIr
41 ..f- tending' a flock.of .heep"D this .
"county-: -very small a/there is almost and caudles' and wore enjoyed a* only In any clime All 'tjianljedtrs., .-Van .Death. :J, A. Bandy, i /;

a total]absence of animals'that hungry, boy and girls, know how to Duzer and her'son? VF" very much Mr. J. A.'Bendy, ope of the pioneer i S.,. : : wJH

'destroy them, and they are not forced* enjoy such !goodies'; I for the pieasure of.the afternoon.* resident of Kisslmmee, died llasi, Saturday i"t

: .to wander In March .ott either' good Games of different kinds were played Action Endorsed about noon, after. lingering Illness .,. Ir 'I''f

grazing orrwater; both ;of" which are until 11 o'clock hl'hour! at which I Board's .; 'of :several .weeks., 'Mr-, Bandy; 1 I

J..i here.In plenty In fact thot* who have all good little BaracA and !i" The Board of 'Trade has had.been in feeble health for"a pnmber 1 . r '- ; .)

Y s, ,$een Our prairie and who'' are competent RO to bed,;and on parting1. with the host. I adopted: strong resolution regarding( of ,....*.'durlDA' which time he *eldom ., S.: ., "'11',1...

4 to judge'deolar there are. none better e. tbe/e"wa'but who: I the wen ace-' to the' citrus market. Involved ventured ,i beyond the confine*. of his -- I J "', "' .

anywhere..While .- - regretted their: curfew,bad, rung,-o In the chipping Of green'fruit. home.; Be w&a. therefore, little.'known ..:.I ; -J.-J411' : .. '. '

the amount: of wool marketed pleasantly,'had they spensths.ening.UdlonThalaksjirin ; This 1*An evil .whichdemands general to those1 who have moved tp our town. .S v -f' W-/ .: ,;; :.
."nnullyvJn} (this::city>111' not reach r condemnation to,' stop;theypractice: In recent'years|*but.' to" the older ...l. .. II... .1 i liHMMJ.t _'J'; wYj
., above .1O.000..t' would '-C onbki'pr tree; ;- 'Serrice?.- and';the' effort should be kept up':intll: .debts he,lslr membered'aa'ao._ ( :upri'ehi; -'V-if*t-M.Hi*?' ".-,..--.. '\\I _' 'tom ..... .-'
.ble) next twelve. ,All the churches'of public sentiment is educated, the 'who '' -
that um In the month KUlmmee bays apprealatlon publio-splrltedi God-fearing man, t: :'' '' x'I' !: rr '"
advantage<< sgreedso In of. Its. Injurious &tendencies... '. ,,..LJ . ,). .:., ., \"pll : .. ,
;rithe, thi I. ;section offer join- union, serviceTbanksgiYlng did hi* whole du", he *awlt.Mr : < -; / ... .! :J.
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'II),. ',that'Industry. ;were known; for: there evening' The. service. The Kisslmmee Board would have' the :Biodt moped with his family'kJ _;, / (!k.r.*"* M t ../ '

'S. 'are many engaged in sheep raising toe wig be beld at the Christian! church ,. vigorous act.IOD..ala the Ktsslmmee :from Birmingham Ala.,' . .,.}, '. ;:: ; : ;; .v.-V jV
mt 5' United State. .,oil. f\ ." 1 r't "'.S. .
a d.'lq other part of this country who This aanualservloe of sbq people of Uepartment'of Agriculture .boU.tWeDt..Lbree: year ago, and .' ..:'* 1 .' l

w would gladly drive their. flocks'' here, the rc}. an opportunity. for all by bringing the shipment.'of green lived here continuously up. to t.ha time (,' ( .t ..:, .,!, -, .. -I' ..

O [a-Ahey'would-neY twice the sum they creed. classes:.... to come togetherand fruit'within; the scope' of,the pure food : of his'death. Be wa aeventy-ven ;../ #;:.::. ": .: :II.t. \5 "" {".l'./ .; ,. .ia4''.wouI4 acct be. put ,to.half offer' a united worship t.q"Our laws" .if possible 'X "'would .h..., a year :old last month; and. leave*, a .'.'i...': \ .\ .'t Si'' .;1.J,(1 v'i" '+.:"" -. --. :-r

the trouble, Father In Heaven' for his manifold state law passed requiring' the labelingof widow, four eon* and four daughtrs-\ : "I,;" '''' ,; .'. .ii'")'' 1"'/.'. .'1: .' .? .

Toss; teeklng{ Information'.onahts bleslngVuntot: the-ohlldren'of all packaree"ool\alnlal"'ca.fruit u.... E.; O.-Bandf: and'Mr*. M. A. Hale ,i,. . ,,<,j,1" f.; .. ,.r V.4'f', ... ..-+ :' ...
ti :subject with a desire'to engage ''ID'the The services"are held &t'D!<.''" "1'' .':''(. "','...' : J .'. ,I'" _

Industry'we respectfully. refer them. to as to.give all men ,f-.better chance to green. There is no doubt that the of OsinetilleMri. I'..J. Metty of A1bany I-. "'- \ ":':: ''4'l\j\ J<':.: . ',: "

t1 :Mr. C. Af. Canon'or any other D&Ii attends A good 'prraio'wur be arranged ;> Board! :,1 fe'right la Its contention. that. .'Oregon, Lee .Bandy of Daola, .:-.. . ,.,/ '1. .:: '. .
who! baa "... and I..rU that. 'all ibis practice .1* annually cansingr.beconservative ",- ','; ,
;irled cheep .s.IDi. In this hoped ; the County Tax ..Collector: C. X,. Bandy\ ,- ". ,... ':. f ..
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,county for *, rerlocation- of .the state people I the town will attecd and grower.of the state serious TheorBandy Miss Mettle Bandyof 1, ''.,.. '. .. \'. : I... .: !" ,
o!' ''menl that (It Its safe and profitablelndustry take, part in the exercises! ;= financial Jos* and Injuring the thl placer ._, K 1-)1 ' .. /',"' ,

' to engage In here' and,one thatxls This i* not the effort of one deriomtnatlon : reputation"of the FJorld.aor.D. "'The funeral*ervice* were held at the ,. ,o"1'<{':'. ... fj- / V-7-1- -1

fr.1tllh'Jt'th. little ;trouble. and less
_. '' ;. .. . ::- 4 ,"-- .. but;of .allt; so:Jet all.the people come o'clO-'k'alld were conducted by Rev. J. ''f' .''' l' d..r ..
_''- :. r"J"- i : : ::) 'era IastallWateWorkL '
. ;; : :_ L.7Klieimmea''Board p"'IQ"Lhi ous4k of"ihiTnM.; and ) : __ K :
'" > pralse Nutting,pastor 6t (b* Presbyterian 1. : f s6-*

.. !i 1' ; e'Jrf ..."-'. Blmf_RemedibQrj;.the time:J Is Thanksgiving 'The 'propertyDowner; :on'' lowereoitd"w .churcb, of,.Lirhlch.. Jleoomlnatlon , .... f .. m.. :. sr". '"jJ1.s'3ffc; : : . : : __
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ofTrade; evening' at. 7 otploolr.b.. place "B ;* ,li."ComDIDicI"" a.lrn> fin"; ce.had been a member far a nomher ", -.. :' : 1-- _i..... ... '

-. .whloh appears be a "Ilve: 'wtre." is the Christian church. "Let whoso. stall a private waterworks systemic of year, immediately after which, '.' ; ;:,(.''t"... '. .. ..i..' :

"":15' pasted a *.r"'*:? f .resoluttoni, some I e 1-ver;: wll." .? . . .... ' protect their'Pl"O"" "' followed"by a long procession of sorrowing 1 -h., -i'. 'r-;" '''' \ ,

; Mime. ago against the'praotloa of' 'pat- '' ,pressure tank system will"be used frl.n<1'. and r >ttl".,, 'th!.remain .. -r-, ;..: 'to -+:....: '.. .
,roobtp&,"mall order bouses ''and ,iheVallsy 'hsOld' Kelly 1p 1 toe'slsaated i on the and hydrant will, be placed along<< the were conducted to ltosehUlcsm '. '. ',.. ..y '
Sugar Belt By. about. slx miles front "SEE' .
ildewalic.. curbing convenient :'dIs1t00er..The and there \ : & n+ .
etery tenderly laid .
Gazette .reports'tbas' the < to rest to '
eru- 1 town, belonging' << to the estate of -Walter ** "
property owner
await the last. .
'sade "Is meeting with wonderful all; ? vMissionary.
.alt*:'. ,A* to these result that.paperremarks 1 Bass, 8r., was burned on Wednesday 'are CVV.. Dana,R. T. Butler, B. to' ,.'. ": ; :
I. nighty\ The,bouse.,was :'occupiedBarny C, Miller,"H.' M Pfann $' C. Stanford ;
.f ? ult 1* *sld" joss than halt Society.JMr .,. :: ;...

P' ,... rr.. finch money-wae, sent-ouC-of-' I bg"S'tel D eC1 ts..and. n1i was noun one'of-.scans._the.. fin,. Co.,',.-Stanford-Qarson-Ora the .Water A, Carson'Grocery':., Hard-l the *: John. L.: >Beamaa-entertaloed | ::1 ,, .WQANNJ j'
.Missionary .. f1
town" past month a* heretofore. 'r The aoO " --- wan ."' Society of the ..Eo TC: ::
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: 'mottey.pest.mong'how.: f. merchant : I Co and Frater nlATTENTION I a lr ,church on .Friday at her home la'NorthKbstmmeL S :

s :I*kept In circulation :>t biome and A large'' number: wa1 Inattndanci .

4 keep business. moving' tbereV.-Tlmet.* and after,thrbnsiness. was ., ,
.- I transacted Mr*..;Seaman-assisted .... ,
Unioaw. .. .. . I Regular moetingof'the. BoardpfTroile'wHl" by . '''
-ol "-
zq .. Miss ) .
Hunter served ''delicious iceoream' : -
q! r .$i:Tiller report the sale of the Par : be held- ptt T "" 8cf"IIY'l1la:" !, November and cake The Society will .". .., .... .THE OUTFITTER: ;; :- --.

,leer pl& adjoining the A. O. I Ry: ( : with .. .
24.'A. meet Mr* ; William B.-Harris. on . tilt. .,...
t-, forth, Klstlmmee and belonfflmr E.:DONEGAN.Pre8Ident.EEKjS \
-t 4oD to Deoembef '.4tb. ,,1808.. _.._ >- 1 t. .
4r 4 J R. Grave, ,;r., to J. C. CUrlupo 'R. .: t ry. ( 7'
1' : cr \ ,r. '. Uortl, to Mr.: and Mr. G. SteflTeeon"
'. recsntIJ' movsd'to ., Qt .
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i. Heavy'W..oJd' by" Ez-Cov4ct, Bail was dVnled Charles W. ItOras, 3 ,1. ".IJ., '

"' WJa. Later Committed SuUid. the( financier, who has.been sentenced

... Tba' Van Vli to fifteen years imprisonment: at hara. Emperor,and PowBjrer.EmpnjwAre : ;
San Francisco Cal,- San Fran $inger Given 1
,Canal.Proposed Acrds& Florida Peninsular, for tne Passage I Cisco.'bribery Kraft tuea' had a dramatic labor,. an 1 : to 14 Year* In Penitentiary. the former inuHl-milllonalre must. remaIn -, '.- .
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-- of-Big Ships-rOfficereTElected for.Ensu1n Year cllmar ,when eiBsistantDlstiic$ i I ir fc. -' .t.. Age.
: ; at least un. '
. 'Attorney1 Francis J. Heney. who hai In the tombs-prison .

Columbus" 'Ga. .:..; After a session narrowest' part of-the peninsular could k 4>een in charge: ol the propecuUon HE' MADE' 'NO' DEFENSE Dacemtwir' S next: ,>tben arguments been a-YEAR .OLD.e PRINCE RE1N :
efroi 'M..have')
,'crowded'''with Interesting features i i tha be selected -pasting'through a nurnbei)r, during .its tortuous coursa 'ot twoyears on the Writ of j"", J
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of large lakes, and portions<< of riven I wan' shot and seriously'!''wound. .... granted<< 4itai may (com* up. \, 4-i : 'iIii.

'MissUslppi-to-the-Atlantlc Inland Wa'terway could be utuifod,' Tbere ,are no eagle cd In tbe crowded court room by )fad.r -. : Edward!: M. Morgan, postmaster of : Prince b. I itiiat, :el4). ); r.;:
; asaoolatlon adjourned to meet eerl k dlfflcuhles In- the way.. Near rls hans an ex-convict. And w. 5.Dt.. .
'L 4 next year In tha-city of Jacksonville, tbe :srhole\ work can .be'done by float,. ', (The- shooting] occurred during a After H. Arr..t-.'.Ferc.Ht.,W!r. : 13. JIackey;' an e.eaped..lunaUc;. who Dowaf.Ep7' .
-c ill'lL..ta"'d8tt--to T>e 4olerinlned' bf 1g'dredgea; canal"would "Ltoe--t brlet'rece.s-tn the-third trial'-of-Abrs. "'"' 'VOl') U U.. - then bie*-'outbJsown.;.bralns.-JS-Lon.- .-_ .D..t.J. Q.:

.the executive .committee.' part of the>contemplated inland -water bam. Ruer.on a-cbarK of bribery now the road to1 recovery and his pbysi J _
v. ,The project of cuttIng the 'penlnsula circuit of the .;whole! of the central in Ifs. eleventh week. claDa believe ho Will be out of dUlCet: Peklp China.-Ts Hal.Ait. the dow., )

'*, . .wast ship canal connecting the AUan- Past of' the Rocky mountain. "whtf Was drawn upon the June a real estate dealer, for several jests days or two wo ks.. .- head:'of whIch abe '1

tlc ocean and the Gulf of (ezIcowaa.theie1n4..4uesUonbeforaihe.con., ,pre estimator! says that the, canal. panel In tba second trial of'Ruef, and cta"ed"among'the" first, ot .< hcago's Results obtained In teats ,of'the1' the government -.. ','.

-,. can_bs -dug: 150,000.1)00.) Wbo,._after. .having,been temporarily proa'perousand: reputablA' TbUslnesilman. ; Maxim- nt' firearms before ,the bas.directed. !wii h.outicce8sful!
,Vent Ion., Senator-elect D.. U. Flelqher "It has heeu estimated also that passed by both aides was exposed United States army board arV report'ed fereW since 18 .lv and without .prO ,
;of Florida outlined'' the plans, o( the more than 30,000,000' tons would pass lit dramatic manner by Mr. -Ueney confessed'.. to; having obtained; to have -been encouraging th* ex test .a/nca 1881,,... dead. '
;.convention in. a, speech in which' he through the capal yearly. which does as an'ex-convict'$lid discharged from through forged deeds and notes, moratban.'roOOjO..z.nd. plosion belrig only faintly audible. The ThnaouacemenLCfthi.IIe&tb-Of, .
f aidr"We.."must* initiate waterway 1 Inot. fDcludethe'enormous'1raffto.tromI the- JuryHaas -declaredafter""the- ( &few- hours.after mutfJlnc- obtaIiedaL"iOindZPefl5'of : .

Improvements In forulgn 'countries by Nicaragua, Costa Rica nor shooting that Heney bad ruined his tils, arrest, on his own urgent appeal velocity': tha dowage-r empress.,was.,;official and

'. waterway "improvements ,at home Ifwe.maintain other .countries wblch will use the life by the exposure, and that he. had to be punished, was sentenced,\ to the Supposed yeggmen entered the Insurance followed closely upon the annouaca-

; supcemacy or even standing I Panama canal. A reasonable estimatefor determined to kIll him for that re li' penitentiary. The .arrest the Indict and real estate. office of W. A 'meat ''ba", Kuang Hsu, the. emperor.,

e In markets abroad. these other countries would be a -!on. Haas was arrested and confined: ment, the.confession and the sentence Goldsmith at Greenville;, S. C.chlo had but It.Is believed that ae '

', .It,Is bellaved! that It eitch farmer I total of 60.000,000 ions annually. . In 'the county jail where he commited were "the' "work' ... '.cf- "lass .than. four" roformed tbe cashier and bookeep-! deaths of; both theemperor and tba q

r would contribute for two years ono I "A complete national system of Inlorcoastal l BUlcJde) I)')' shooting hImself ,hours.TakeQ er,". T E. McCullough and went dowager empress occurred a consid "
.cent- for. every bushel of corn/;, and canals ought to bo constructed through the head with a small def-: In midst of business from through f his pockets. They found the time before that 'get down .In

? t [wheat he raises which would dud Its at rapidly as possible: A'transpor- ringer pistol. aa office",desk shortly after'.the 'noou keys to the .,,;ate, rifled the money erbe.official tatement5.An .

[way through this canal, these contrl-,, Inllon crisis lit upon us. Tbo demand He ended his life while four guard hour Van- Vllssltigen. 't a venerable drawer and set fire to the bOQks and placed upon' the throne" ,
buttons wouM-mtppy) enough m6 Jl'Y for cheaper and quirked transports- detailed to prevent J just such a move looking man appeared bejfore. mba Prince Yl, tbo three-year-old son
f to build the canal: Tblll project is .not Iron muHt be answered." utocd within three feet of him. The court.In tears confessed that for from papers Who has of Prince Chuu tbe regent of the mplre. .'
.: 'The'Importance ot a ship canal I The following: oflUtrs were elected weapon with which tha would-be an- eighteen; to' twenty yearir" he had been The.emperor of China two weeks The foreign legations "were,
been no
"4 across the peninsula of Florida has : raisin shot himself he had ..secret dIn securing money through tbe sale of suffering for nearly lined by the foreign board of'' .
lon been dIrected to the aUentlon Preildent Duncan U. Fletcher .of of forged documents and that though be from an Intestinal disorder, Is report.
<< ] the\! top one of hIs gaiter shoes. of the emperor and theauccs-_ tn,
of. the marltkia wu>rld. Such a canal Jackson v111e Fla.; vlct presldrnt-at- District Attorney Hency. though lad bought back many of"these spurious ed to be much, worse. His majesty .eatb of Prince Pu Yl. .."
i would shorten about five hundred large. Charles J. Sw'lft'of Columbus. badly wounded. will recover. Instruments without retu. /s foreign medical aid or to take Troops have been In reafllness ;for-
k 'miles tbe route 'from tbe Atlantic.! Ga.; Becreary Iceland J. Henderson, least twenty-five people .would lose foreign medicine lie unusually disorder*'' *ar
'ocean Into the Gulf of Mexico espeo- ., Apalachlcola. Fla.; 'secretary, O. A.. FINAL' FLEA FAILED. aggregate of more than J700.000 week, but-in spite of this, he received several that might days arise to -quell on an)death of' i

.. tally to thegulf; ports of the Onlted > \V torman, PensacoLa Fla.; honorary through the paper which he has.not tbe members tho grand council. 110- and tho possibility of '

,States, and avoid the dangerous nnvl- president, John Craft. Mobile, Ala., retiring United States Supreme Court Dismissed yet redeemed; .In forging' notes he declared -was propp *d. up on pillows\ during tha. Kuang was lieu, made greater because Up -
Interview. Public business has been rUIng
\ atlon-of-tfaa 'girif etrfam through the !- president. i Patrick's Appeal l, 1 he had perfected an unique de the fact that the death of the dowager
rfc 'trstralghts: of Florida. liy the construvfjitralfhts I' 'vice prt"ftld-onl8 l : "Georgia. ,John A. vice. This consisted of- a plate glass Suspended on account.of the ludlspo-
W..blnglon. .D. C.-Tbe final desperate -i known. to be at
., ', / of .Florida. Dy tbe construe-,. Deljemun. Albany; Florida, J. H. attempt, of Albert T. Patrick, I desk top, so arranged tbdt by an electric jltlon of the dowager empress. empress was cos..'
'travel of ..thla' -northern continent nnimmon. St. Andrews; Alabama, Q. light thrown up beneath he could Instruction in dancing Is to be Klv.enJDoaton hand. has '
convicted of the murder'of William\ Prince Chun the recent,
.i would ba than tbousand O. CJroiivcnor Montgomery! MtsslBslp- public school teachers. The ordere
placed more one ; Marsh Rico/ ; the eccentric old Texas I readily trace from originals forged: the viceroys'and governors ,
: miles pcarer ioutho Central Amor- pa nenjan Humphries; Jxlulslnna, signatures on to worthless paper department of school hygiene underDr.
; : millionaire, In his New York home, to for the continuatiOn of
lean republics. ---' IVarrpn n. -Iteld- IllinoIs. Robert Ish- T. L. Harrington l I. to institute I"'lfaullou
-+ ; Throughout his arrest and sentence
regain /:iis> liberty has Tailed. The I ilio aTlniiiilKliiatloii! of the province ail
The weight of opinion seems to be I am Randplph; VHre' TP1Itd --Na44on-- t heprtsojjer'made, no effort to do- classes In the Terpslchroeart art at
lThTtedStatewinpremecourt haarla 1 aud he has ordered a bua.
that a tide water 'anal Is lioprac.Uca- al Rivers and Harbors Congress. S. fend himself but only asked that his once. The dancing loasoiia. are to bo i heretofore
missed Patr k's court'
ble becayso it would be Impossible to I.A.. Thompson) Richmond/ Ind. !$: appeal, prepared by punishment .be speedy. give--. to the aeachers In connection drod day of mourning.Tha' '
himself In prison, and denied his pleaof will ;Into mourning for three years.
control the waler and maintain unifOrm The name or the association washange4 Asked If he had anything to be. with -the physlcal.tralnlng of pupils of I go '
habeas say
corpus. He must stay In Pekln already has been greatly ,,
dePlhs. By the lock system the <(' from (the Gulf Coast InlandWaterways fore sentence was imposed Van VitaBingen the normal' high and elementary toeenremoved
rlE.on) to serve out his sentence transfotnied all objects have
canal conlrol Silif \\'atSr. nnd he nav [ association to .the MIsKls- bowing his head, replied : schools. ; rl
Omiuuted from death in the electric and substituted. The, ,
igatldn Is safe aV .H seasons. I L ttppltotheAtlanticWaterways! assorlatlon. ('hair to life Imprisonment.Patrick's .. "Only that/: I 'be given my punishment The French foreign ofllte has been people leained of the death Of the
.. "Almost a straight line across the M' at once."' advised from Berlin that !M. Camdon
case Is remarkable and dowager Vmjiipss, and. although the
unique In the annals of crime. While His term In. tbo.'penitentiary was the French ambassador and Haroii ('binese are In no wise emotion*!.they
till under sentence of death be fixed as Indeterminate 'from one to von Wuechter the acting secretary to-
managed Fhowed that they were profoundly

I 339 LIVES ARE LOST IN MINE repeatedly, ttrough.hls own skill fourteen years. . tot agreement foreign ln affairs settlement have ot signed the Casa an jireHBed by the passing of their powerful .

In the law to- get his case Before the KCCKEFELLER fillS $1.50 FEE.'. blanca Incident The formula of settle.ment ruler. The foreigners In the city ', ,
I courts and it waR brought seyera are watching tho strange ceremonies "4.
as It accepted consists of .
- ,. lines from Sing SIng prison to New was with great intercnt. -
Was declarations.: The first
; York on writs of appeals. He Worked Peevish Until Deputy Paid Mon. provides th.t'd obi-crvanees of three
Horror Caused{ in Germany by Explosion', of Fire Damp. that after I the exchange of jtpi esslons: fle
incessantly on his own case, but was 'ey With Subpena. thousand years ago marked the passing -.
-mutual that (-Incident occurred -
Only Thirty-Five Miners Escaped. rfablc to get a new trial although he New York City.-John D. Rockefeller : the entire question of law and of the emperor and dowager. They

finally managed to obtain from Qovrnor and his lieutenants, J. D. Archi- facts shall be submitted the arbitration died alone and unatended. although It
Hamm Westphalia Gei many.-Thl who
I men rendered such valuable aid JUggles a .commutation of Ben bold and James ..0Moffett of tbe of 'the Hague tribunal. The surrounded by circles abject spectators
createst mine disaster In yearn"la in the terrIble mine disaster at Com- tence. rod
many Standard Oil Company were subpena- second declaration Is that the country who I lemalned a distant '
; : Germany occurred In the. Hadbod I Merles France, In March of 1906. arrived The murder of William Marsh Rice ed by United States Marshal Henckel"to whom\ agents sro adjudged at fault as on account of the sacred person

mine about three. miles from this on were the scene shortly before was accomplished by the aid of chlo- appear before Special Referee shall apologize to the other. ef their majesties they could not b
noon, but unable to enter the roform. in his apartments. PafTTcK na< Tba died
Franklin Ferris in tbe "trust busting" approached. emperor
2 place. There was a explosion President Castro of Veuciuela has a
heavy ), mine, being forced to await the ruf8UUof.lhe -
an accomplice In the of the olcmillionaire's had lived, without ministration Otwhatever
person which have been
., proceedings begun
& IB the mine and almost immediately determined effortthe \ been advised. by his physicians to got
I who afterward kInd'of scientific aid. For
.valet _Jones., .by tbe government. Incidentally Mr.RockefelToer .
C the mine took fire. There were three firemen to Europe for medical treatment for
keep the ftaml'a-In check. -
I I' confessed. It wasthrough tho months he bad refused to permit the
andlits aides "received .
hundred and .flulity! miners working Meantime! heartrending scenes Mtre maladytrom which he Is fOtlft. rIng. '
under tbe ground at tbe time and only being enacted at the mine when tho confession of Jones corroborated by a 1.50 a piece when they accepted the Whether he follows this /adviceor srvlces-ot

six escaped without Injury. Thirtyava -I dead and wounded were Brought to great Patrick deal was of convicted.other testimony, tit subpena. The tendering of the $l.M> not depends upon the progress he back to the old tft 1. ha .,'
.j4 which in .a fee for witnesses providedby gone
wore taken out Injured makes toward
sllgJitly i"tbe surface recovery.
and there were timllarrscenes : ,
The motive for the crime was treatment, Is believed thaj. latterly
and the government tickled Mr. Rocke. I ,
thirty-seven were dead when
In the
town where t
the Injured
.. brought to he mouth of the pit. The : wero shown In a conspiracy between Pat. teller Immensely. He seemed to be 1 -Waibinfton. he 'received no treatment at 'all. ,
transported through the streets
hundred' rick and Jones to possess themselves rat Iter peevish when Mr. Henckel The whole nation I Is now thrown
remaining three and two to the Invitations
hospitals. President Roosevelt has Issued
of the old man's wealth. Then Pat. into his into mourning, the rites \ I
have been-given up for lost. It was derided (bat \ trpfle private office on the atendin
any I
h The explosion: which was unusually rescue the entombed lempto rick after .making himself thorough fourth floor of No. 26 Broadway and for a. notable "labor legisla which are of a stringent (barace. 1 ,
4 "* violent destroyed one of the I
which had to be partly repaired be. the galleries and order entering Issued through Jones longed his signature to But when Mr. Henckel drew from house 'Tuesday November 17. The people of rank wear white trimmed, / '
an was
fore the rescue work was begun. In'I (to floo
addition, the flames and smoke proved,' that .(the accident was the resultof sented immediately after the oldman'a piece) and handed them to the richest organization, chiefs several prom ins color In Cllnl For the aame'pe. J

4. 't almost Insurmountable obstacles\ In fln explosion: of coal dust, 'but the death. man In the world Mr. Rockefeller inent judges and executive: officials, llod, the men from shaving, ,f
the early efforts of the seized It with alacrity and smiled<< whlie the women lay aside tbo favor*
rescuing parties. statements of the Injured men render but It Is understood President Oom1Jersr -
,t ,. _- _. -this--Improbable! and -ItIsnot""clearJust SUED_FOB $3,624,12L ,_- broadly. __ "- ____ SecretaryMorrison: -VleeFresl-- .lie -rnam nILbd .dress.. ,_! .
.. A special corps, composed' t.tho. what caused It.I As a witness for the defense In the dent O'Connell *and Treasurer 'Len- Manila, Lee Clot.f '
Government Brings Six Suits Againstthe proceedings Rockefeller will give non 'of the American Federation'' worthy United Press correspondent
Sugar. Trust. Frank It.:' Kellogg the government's Labor are not included.- \\ with the fleet, learned ',from J

_I A.REDUCTM New YorkClty.The UnIted States prosecutor the chance he has been Postmaster General Meyer has established 'a, high official/ Chinese ,s\urce' that :i

IN COTTON CROPPer government has brought six suits looking for-to examine: Mr. Rockefeller a new division of tbe .rail both the emperor, and empress

against the American. Sugar Refining to his heart's fleslre. way mall service with headquarter of China were murderedIn 'j

-. ' Company .,to recover forfeitures and .. at New Orleans) ,,and has. appointed It. the hope .tbat I the presenca 1 1of ,
'- customs to' (IIINESETREATYFUNNED. the American' fleet 'In Ort-1
_ dutjes amounting 13,62-1- M.. Robinson as .assistantsuperlnten.\ '
OfTwexity-Five. Cent is' Asked bythe; Farmers' Union 121 on sugar- deliver at the Have. United' den): of''the sew division. It will be ental wAters would Bate 'tbe Chinese '
meyer & Elder refineries In Brooklyn States and Japan to Respect known as 'the' twelfth division aud empire from an aggressive
.t ; 44C in Their Convention at Ne wr Orleans. during the past 81x yean. .|nde, *ndeno eof China. will comprise' the states of Mississippi movement by Japan during their,

'ew Orleans La-The Farmers' T. J. Brooks, Tennessee; O. K. The complaints alleging violationsof New York 'City.-The Her,ld gives and Louisiana and -such railway establishment of a new re.glme. .

t Educational and Co-operative assocla- Hlghtower Mississippi J. z. Greene section \9 of the customs act of prominence tp a dispatch from Toklo postoOlce lines "outside of those states ''., .

c lion In convention assembled, con- North Carolina; .J. W.; Boyett. Jr.. 1S90 charge that the checker at the hat a report Is.prevalent, In thee'hlgh as may "assigned to It. 'Mr. Robin- ---'-

.;> '-II''cJ ded Its consideration of tbe Important ' Louisiana; L. H. O'llarlon. Georgia Brooklyn refinery so manipulated th* financial circles clone to the Katsura .eon was formerly assist /superintendent .GOVERNMENT WORK( BEGINS. I

t';; questions brought before It, anjl'adjourned. and 1;..II. MorrIs. Alabama. platform scales as to conceal. the true ministry that Secretary. Root and Baron of.. posts ,pi Manila. //.
'" It was stipulated that the Ellgh t.. The second'and third suits Takahlra are negotiating a new The formal>> opening of the War college Apjjnaerjsilo.ns.! Being Spent I In Many ,

11 The results of the ony ntlon may tee representing the Farmers'commit. Involve amounts .exceeding: '5000; <10. treaty between,the United States and J was signalized by an Important Towns. :, < ,' .,:

"Ii'' be summed up as follows: should have at its disposal million union the others varying between $200,000 Japan the chief terms' of which are 1 addressby Secretary Root.- popularly Washington,. D., _Tb government' .J

::.ti A *. Resolution passed calling for the reduction bales, of cotton 'to sell whenever a 'It and 1300.009( that the high contracting parties ahall 1 known as' th., "father of the institution. starting a prosperity boom .Itself .

'). of X per cent In tbe potton deems the market capable of absorb respect:the Integrity and Independence ." On account of /he limited capacity Just to show that It Is not behind'the\

s 1'crop: and diversification of crops ;r ing that 'much. The matter of secur JUDGE APPOINlilrOHAN of the 'Chinese empire; shall of the lecture b 1fn\ which the big Industries in celebrating the, .Ic
Z'l .Resolution unanimously adopted da- ing warehouse certificates for the preserve the "open'door" and shall exercises: were held the attendancewas tory of Tal \ 1>t : '
Bouncing.knight riding/-- ...* .ncVmaking-th ni'.negotlable-at-tD--cotton .T ManaaeJ3ho f'.cto'Plant.: : .V.'.- agree that In default of* special.arrangementTthapassageot . tbe president.and. members month. of JNo'einj>erlt'h j; '

k' ( --/.Resolution, passed calling for the cnl banks waa-also placed: In tbe com' .> -u.d ''at.Flve.Jtundrad..1'houaandoston. ,- laborers of 'ofhis- cablller.Lmembfora' of'-thedlploinatlo !- national.Treasury will .impend.somp-j.

4warehouse' system .on an exteD.IYOlleale mltte*s banda. M.--'I"be value and status either nationality ,from the*,jerrltory "', _pfllcers .ot. the. thing In tbe neighborhood of
_i:;.: and tho formation of Interstatecompanies. The convention, also adopted, of the working woman were boosted of one to that of the other shall' be army nary and ,marina corps, and 000 In locations scattered .all over the _
:a nterdicted after U baa. been of United States. 'That is. .contracts' Involvlng -- ,
.jif; resolution urging all tbe states to another.notch when Judge Chamberlain recognized other leading. official the govern I.
& Resolution passed calling for the appointment point agricultural commissions> suchas ap appointed a Brockton. businesswoman In the treaty., that the ,presence .ment.. that sum of money< :) of a cop,!::. lttee of one'from ezxlst: In Georgia. In preference to- male competitors of large numbers or loborera of each The .New 'irk Shipping companyOf let' br the treasury department. for j"

g/V/ i' each state to confer- with president M( Sum Ling, editor 'of' a ; to have complete control of .the) nation within the territory of the oth.. camden, N.; .1./... the lowest bid. ('on8tructlon.aintng., repairing*? ,, "
I'/ of the United States relative to exten- Hong Kong. Chlnah addressed the convention big five hundred thousand dollar shoe er. Is calculated to Impair the friendly der toy constructing the battleshhipUtah. all 'Qye" ,
{ 'Ion ot rural free delivery and estab- on trade relations between !factory of thelate James T. Packard relations between the two states.'ServIansIantMhcs .- "Their proposition ta for a the country. The towns to ,be. beneflU1 ,

llIshment, I{ of parcels post. fo* ChIna and America, The address was who died without a will. 'His- death 1 twenty and ;three-quavter knot vesselat e this month by the prosperity policy*',>

:i Authorized the building of a large ', mainly along the line ;of the ''advan left ''bis- heir.,.a brotber.and two sisters i .., : ., '. |3 46.000. The Newport News the government.are: Marieta Ga

-' } central' warehouse at New Orleans, tages whtch vbuld be enjoyed by both ., one of the latter blind, '*" ho are I Bud'pest.u.trla.omc, dlscov. JSblpbuJldlnc *nd Dry Dock company Eugene Ore.. : Toledo, IO.; Kans. '
1;'. ,where the-planters of half a dozen or 1' countries If closer trade relations wholly'without knowledge of tbe, shoe! ered Servians planting mines 'In all was 'the lowest "bidder for'ln8taI1lIlC'macblner Crookston Minn. Ra-lns.-Wt

..t.1D0re states can store-their cotton and I' were established between' China an4 business. Mrs, Jennie' 1.'Doan streams betweentheir and ,. In tbe battleship Florida Trinidad. Colo: Gulf
'country "-
,bold It until they choose to sell.\ : America. merly secretary"to the late Mr. for.I the, provlnco of Bosnia. The govern"' being built by the government at tion.. Ship IIJand. 1lsa.; Baker City, .

;,:: i The. .committee representing the The delegates assembled here represented and, was, made special ment began an Investigation and It Is Brooklyn their, bid being
; union;in the warehouse matter. folf I two. million farmers/ principally trix. Shale, the IIr8t.woman to .manage I believed- nothing can keep these peaS -,, guaranteeing: a' vessel of. twenty, and Pa. and, .; : Kans.; 1114., Gainesville ,
,, ""'"l-f lowsj' i: ._ of southern states,. a shoe factory. , . 1 .\) from J nvs4IngServia., : three-fourth !IOt..p. It\ ._.___.____Qa', .
-, ,- Rev: fir: Alfred H. .:for the "Cotton
MOUNTS STAGE KISSES ACTRS.a TO KILL HER lardln ; Mexican Tree 12 Feet Tail
, -, -- Great Victory for. Liberals. MqJHEIL,I Hah Undergoes Fifteen' 'Operations.: past twent-two year rectorYot', St. Wablngton. D. ,Consul'ciarenca>,

-, 'EX-aan itor .McLaurin's Son Accepts Havana, Cuba. Practically compete Daughter Employed DeUctlve Who New York Clty.-'WIlllam Smith, Paul' Episcopal church. Washington, A. Miller of Mexico: sends the follow."

_! Pretty Chorus"" Girl's Dare. ) returns.of tho election' show thai ; _- told Police. of Murder Plan,. aged 38, Is puzzling/ the medical fraternlty : < nias eleete bishop to succeed,the late .

_:(10 .. f. Spartanburg.. C. *Laretta..._..Mart.fcsnall .ths liberal..._victory. :was ,even.. more_; .hicago'..JIJ.-Jys's.Maa'LwOtls..?jje : ; of Staten 'Island.,He Is.a paUeht:1ftt Satterjee! .at the fourth Ins ('lppIng concernns tha.cultivation',.

a _chorus. glrlp.f alMusJcat..Comwly ecJ.he..t.haA-.ft.rat-uppoHd. 1 Ja1 )'ear..ol4. 1ia -.been.:arrested i *,charged ,. _VincentsJIqspIta1iV' s t ..meeting.of the.thirteenth.annual, convention ." of the cotoi'tree. In Texas: iTTTfeesI >.

; "? Company-wblsh played an 'angage-.returns; from ojf aout_of..*...totalof. b Lt ho..police_wlthhaylnglnstlgated I % NawDrght0n..WIthlflaear.Smithbaa of tbt'Wa.btlgoQ--dlo gsQ; : .IliJIIJ JjllL jreacaZoldl :
_.:.;::' ment11eTe'wu-'ktgEectigfran4 aquaraon plot to murder her mother Mrs. Sarah Rev rent1lh p.r and .
1,493 polling/ places: show that-General undergone flfteen.operattons and are for'tba first 4
. her lips ,ty; McLaurln son the' Philippines.-: who .'
young ; Jose Miguel>> Gomes received Otis. 67 years old. ;.- .1- be Is now; being prepared for a seriesototherst twice- -both' tlme time, resenfble greatly the ordinary'pear .
-P. 183,823 declined
______ ;:: of 'th.( former United States senator. According the policetba..' mother 7\and Rev: .
'''' votes, tor His hair baa turned 'white! tree both aso' /and to
,. the kl.llna.tooK iilace'on .the stage against 118.329 General M'ar10 was to have arrived In Chicago from "snow..' He has been Dr.; Mann of Trinity, church/ no.toQ shape ) "
t.r. m la full view of the audience. MissMarshall. Menocal. the Conservative candidate. Mauston.i _WIS-; and a ,private detec as for appandlcltls _Jnt .Unal.. trouble eleete( at the third meeting, .' helgbt .1 should say .thetreeewere

k clUDe before the footlights Tbe liberals carrle4' ry province the supposed by Miss Otis, to be a and stomach trouble baa had his rIght dined. : T s "" fully twelve teet.tal. ;The yield
_7eratd rendered a 'kle.lng eon Pointing in the In his annual the la much heavier the
? Island. Havana province "slugger. bad been 'employed. to help foot and leg amputated and In the relrt'tor. 'Jast' .proportion, :
". to young Mcljiurln, she dared him went liberal .'bjrj, 25.000 and the city her kill her mother. course of a few days will have hIs cal year ,'' ajze of the'bush than on the ordinary''c'

; to klssf hor. Tha-.student was game by 113000. The liberal majorities.. In Instead of promoting the scheme left leg taken off above the knee. Dy of the general land office, recommendsthe 'cotton'plant, the staple is ,better qualIty -,

te.::.''j foras quick as"f. Jlasb Jumped ontbetk&Rhdgave the ,other provinces were approximate; the detective notified Police Captain tbe time this bas healed his right arm wlbdrawa from entry of all public and'the tat-tbat.1 I..
1 ; the pretty little ly as follows: Oriente, 13,500; Santa O'Brien. The mother Is !said to'have will be'amputated and laten-bis left may be Irrigatedwhich to DI.a
t: .ctress several smacks on her' ruby Clara and life Insurance are not now capable of being sary replaot.tbem.'n' s :scora ,Cf ,
> 11,000; Canaguey. 1.200: Pleat money. togetherworth arm wHl-hava to come -off. Ha Is euf- years Is great saving of.labor.
:: U.,!! ------! 4- -_.- -" -- -c ---7bOOF-M&anzas--&OOO'-. --- ::.,13400..,. -- -------:- ,- r- feting-from-- uberoulosotthebonrTaft .drJm, __.,.V L f '

t -IJKELLZSfURKAl.RODS._ [ t tt Bposefeirs Trip NO for. SlAughter, :DAUOQN. BACE A ''FAILURE.ha' .- -' I !to',Call Eitra Session.., ,/: is Tbe under* case sentence of Adolphus of death"Cdulsen''the, Pan.who Unusual .Political-$ltatol In AtjMla,. .:
'------ Ga.The .
[ Locomotive r 'In K York = r : ama canal lone,' the'p being Inflicted Atanta. ; iti'
'r Equip|>ed--Ditpatcner ew City.-That PresidentRoosevelt's Failure: Came on Account of At"oephetlo Washington": D., C.;-;'special: kaessloifof nalJ In" "auau..'

Constant Touch With Trains tJS' t African trip will not ba .a the iixtyflrst'congress will, ba in a trlal-wlthout a ury, u.ton ,,*
Conditions.tios reated..bythI nomination Robert
.f::Omaha, >Neb.-Dr, H; Milliner an 'slaughtering expedition: ;'*' Is reported called after the:4th of March' to J< i tory want, of-Jurisdiction by lit
soon ,, F. Maddox at'
Angeles. 'Cal.-Because of unusual court : the a> : mass met'
by the UnItedStates.
'aJectriclan In the Union.PaelBo shops Major A. E.-Maanls, United States i supreme joT cllene.
", .tbetranscontinental" iake the matter''tariff evlslon.: Ing-inopposition? ; CL' '
;atmospheric.conditions, :up C4tiD.osIeflI-tie-
a1' locomotive In the Army a surgeon stationed at Fort i that, I to ;
r eQuipped whichoe4 Tot tan. who Is in'Washington to con balloon race which 'Thla became'post tltely.: known'',Sunday 'the tone'Ts American territory '. ward.- the' reglar4emocraU bomlnee'Indirectly' :
wireless -device .d
a, .wlU j fer with Mr. Roosevelt as one of the ";was to.have started from Jy>s.Angeles whea:\''Wllliam-.:Taf president that trialin a capital ease .wlthout-.a : enforce-1
tffieals4ecLsre greatly party who--" will accompany hIm wasi' a'failure.Oftiy, thebigballoon elect.after spending* the day at the unconstltuUonal. men. of th..prohtbition.igws, .preclp-) ,-.' '
_ "
,1ba danger .of collisions In explaining that the trip was not America was seat.up, and It was carried white house as the guestrof President Jury' ;. ,, '. .tate the opposition 'nomination."Mr.'; /
r' enablesdispatcher* and station.l.lI for: -..lancbte""MaJol"' Wesnls' said 'Iya' steady current of air.south 7 nsevelt; stated.tbat ha Intended to ,Tba U'tlte States ba. decided to'te falled'to' appear In.the.record's ' \- 't/

tor. signal engineers between that It was to be In the Interest,:of and slightly'-west and'directly: toward call *tba special' session to: meet assoon 'lew government'established .! ,.'c.ourt- to' answer1 a ''ela.,of .

r,,tbna putting them practicallyltaattouclrwlthrunnlngtrain.d science ..n4.t provide.:.,IJI.lmen.I9T-! the 'Paelllc'ocean.- tt Is:believed'3 afteriejnauguratIou.iWould!. In Paraguay as a.result. of_thoccesVoftlherav61utlon drunkenness.. Woodward .alt -!.;_ '

r -| U In'this. country7-' ; .. : havV'' landed somewhere-otf the'beach. bejreasonalle..J::, '(" : *: > :; l D 'tcter"'a.oroAUanta' ffrvr ">--
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rv 1TtJt"1tnlll l. e"q # } y."'r ""J >*< mif ii %'< pe* .. .

;... .: ''.,11 .t: .Fu-n R.y .J 'Lt \ : f.. f< /I, J1 tCPBi1'c" or Swindlerj ;: ", ;-ffit.. ( -1" '1.f1." '

t ,l' '11\ ''ft. :i.'f "" .. : ''t'j: [' ;\ w J , ,.1OUt.ear. t YOr.'fDd. {01;: iral as ? \ s M. r,y* ./y.: f .- ?_ .j l' -.t": .;in :tDJ jm.' ,h '

.J" -''k.'' ".I . .1 'tJ.' business' aad: .the; 4eteJop'ID.p\ ,<* sinaUbn's''ori '. .

." .Made,Subject'ofulletinluhed" slate's resources : ?Antwerp.Police. ,, Have'W"Ca11nt'De'Toulousrautrtr'\ '' :' .' Save, many a sick .jpell:' '
By Department of AgriculturemERMiNATEBYJFUMIfiATION; '(Speaking.Ct.the.'prUaary'?,,law. the r..- < ',,
: ;: ,c'enC'declslon, cf the"Flor!<1 supreme 5
; court'' in',the Kehoe-Mays' matter' cemvedles "Vorlci. Chicago "and"Many European .Cities-Siberian"Souglbt'to 1 : S. .

iti; : ( what looked like- a serious defect tl Ex-Convict'He Ras'.Bulgaia..r.,1 ." .
; ..- n held that .
;' : .. In that law The court J
the:function*'; executive I ,
"'''Bulletin Giro* in Detail Equipment Pro- In" canvassing election returns ,-.-are. ,.L, .Tpe."- r ,, CAiIAt..Q4.: Tpui4Dae-ral)1JSgfe,1-J.\itJi\ II"JL; Zt\ ffi ftl..ia .4. 'c.jprr-Etci: That.Mist B.',Ob,.rv.dtn ,- 'ministerial<< ,-pct political.their" a-r'" MOTHER' -
';1: < + ( 'the P.-.a. of fumlgatioaOrlando 'ture. In other wo d
.c.;+Cti : not empowered' to go.'behind ,the '' ,., was arrested, 'recently tit , ,, Stambuloff' said Ja his should keep;supplied,with 'Bana :C '. Horehound SnaPltfali.'

,..q.\"\ ,'. Fla.-Tho'. department" ;returns; Rut It wax not necesnarytor j Antw *4>. Eelglura charged wish ca."b"IDC memoirs: ;, '. wishes to nave her children from serious) sick: ,

". 'agriculture, it Washington bu, lately the ,IctUlalure' trf 'explicitly no'' -stolen I coupons.: He protested ewae, Jn' teurp"e at one time tame absolutely nothing, Injurious, Uoria not" constipate. 0004. ,.
f'S: for children as well as adults. , :
)I'Btate. The language: of the c'onstltu--, 'bta'arreat ou'lhe ground.tbat an' association 'dreadfulthan
Issued :.JBulletJn, No. 78. entitled Puml-/ against much more ,I>.
A ften
cough lead to and should.t be checked
. conaumption '
: ; .' 'ration( for the'citrus Ply,'' as>.Adapted ''lion was plain l enough-courtsnot day, be .-ho, a. 'an- Amsrlcajx. citizen anTJ displayed tnjLt of the Thirteen'celebrated, ,,Inx0xodlatey) ,, .1 f \ ' ,, ".
in 'that instrument .
'''''l to Florida i Conditions.: : specified ,, naturalization papers Issued In by Balzacy for the" secret, of It was

: 1 t : The buIJeUn'.contalna abou t-seventy set up, 16 this state, with. one to, excepttlon : Jec41-i : Illinois,. It! 'Wal.tound..o.t'iDyeaUga! neverdiscovered, 'and It wa1!' com A Household Necessity. '
thetdoenot'apply i '
: _L.;_ :pagelLcf: _mogf.raldabte'and"practic: al and i /tion ,that-" he" badrheeu..released but posed-entirety ot,..twolaaividuala. . z

''nforD14t1oq to Florida: orange,: grow. "utlve-coTnialticeg; : ) rl"CenUr.Jrom Siberia.,, He"'has,been man and a woman.T"Iniaglna J; O. Smith, Houston, -Texas, writes tv-z4I, bar* used"Bollard's ; ;;. '
era. 'It has been 'compiled by1 ,t)r.- A.'lhe'electiootu"pre.] Horehound Syrup In ,family for the past
in prison for fraud.; I" bllf"the clvllHied wo beings full of f genius, my
W. Merrill,' who for the pasttwo Vary; county were very much mixed.Tltuwville'afrote ., ; > I. I;. few years, and find It far superior to any other cough
wae'democrstto"In countries,of JlhoHd; witty to the -tipl. ot their fingernails, I
year or.: mole baa M>een stationed at a" '"" I {l Iiarb' tried; -Every household should bo"M
'" '* Orlando, and, ''with his. assistantsj' ,- proportion,4)f" two to ofiV ellbourne., knowing everything able, to describe .," t [' > dYTenlodY,' ... "
fS-iV f ... .
-i l'aflnM-.lft.J"Jler'h : .LI
+ -'" /
Messrs.. B5.. A: Back and WAy-Yoth': andCocoaventre ubIieae-Geraave i tverykbinrr--dlaabvaed from--eiery ,t tiS?

or.;;has conducted a".horougQ'and tar 'al 'pteclnct l gAve',, opclaljtt-plnraltty. J l'I>; he' most notorious swindler, nowtllv- thing:, bMlevtng In nolhlnR., havingneitberTadaTnofTBSai .Delight__ o4Chlldren.p.

leachinf, Investigation! ", ;-of-the rw-bite St.1- Lueler county'eomnjlsclofiers: 'I tng. He styles hlnivelt Count.;de Tou- nor conscience : ...' rs
and the latest' and ,best methods called election for Jau- because 'mirrlage {" COUGHS;- OLDS WHOOPING! c. t
fly have a special jQuie-Lautreo! pt' lenrnlr-K. 'speak'lng all languages, CURES TNROA1I'.BRONCNI'r .
t' for exterminating! them.Dr."MoriIll's; bary'19 BeSt to decide whether: not. which, he rays took pined between his young", in spite of Methuselah's experience : .TIS AND, SORB ALL. LUNO TROUBLES. '
work .been-under the direction .01 the county shall Issue tl.160.000ot>,., father;,, a erteral, In the Russian' imperial V ""' sea

' "I..,.. O.. Howard. chict'ofthebureauof., bonds the tlypose of building hard1'roads. ,
;c' ; tor i.r11anll; a Countess of the "SuppopB that united ,by are Incomparable PRICE25c; 50c and $1.00
, ontomalogy,;Washington. The butt) V -4 $ '
\ i| ff '
house 'Tnuloui'-tiautrec. *
these two
emigre admiration
':J 'letin reforredHoJbeglns.withiaCstate.rneut ;: : "TlTe governnichl'eeoins' : ,' have : : / ,
'" of conditionsfaroring! -,-or- toeuV He was born In, ;Kuselain 1855. Uni beings should have given themselvesto s
Abandoned its purpose of .tnaking a d
.essary to good results ,,In fumigating 'I'> national forest of the, Forbes Pur- der the name of Sa vine he held a each other unreservedly! nndyou 'I'

i'I \A; 'tor the white fly and abed gives In'de; 'chase. Henry' A. Chubb register cf,j. ('ommlsllon.,1n", .thA :-Kusslan Imperial '*111 comprehend what must have been Bollard Snow'Liniment Co.

tail r the equipment., chomlcftliv-proced- 'the United States land office at Guard. lie was' bf an excellent fatu- the invlnclbln strength 'of these two

1 ;5,' ure; dosage, precautions, eta! that : Gainesville, has given notice. that all, flY.anUa a considerable_! tlgn--. .acoJUPllees! . 500 502North; Second' '
roust: bo'Observed' In-tha iirocesS of lands time he seemed to lie the .. r4S, ,
I there: vacant United Stat en. ems At one on The Russians having got hold of, )1 .
.f'. fumigation. Tables fhowln/l; the TO- braced*In" ibis tract, situated In Cal. : ; suits of actual work along the lines noun-- Washington counties, which ST.r LOUIS, MO.
%- '' In the war of 1$76 him to Siberia. He served a term'at : .
.. tea' guidance '
recommended are given all -. were reserved for that purpose, havo,, Russia and Turkey and received three hardjabo' at Tomsk and at Its clo.e'tn .
tbe novice noce.isarjr partlculars
f to. been pronounced unsuitable by the as- jSold
Wounds at Plevna. After the war, 1894' Vladivostok
.d are explAined. ao that the was sent< as a f
; : tistant foicstor, after Investigation
f'."' work mat be successfully castled, on and are subject to entry. however he fell Into evil ways. He colonist. Thence,i. '1\. escaped into .

IJ. ,.. by anyone; Numerous original photographs The state poultry show will probably 'j became'entangled In Nihilistic plots Korea and took shin for San Fran- and RecommendedFor. ,by'.
.A show how the tents are constructed and h took to gambling. Somewhere where contractor
M\ held thisear cldco. he posed as a ; '
during '
i be. Sale.aLROBER.sONS---DRU S FORE.
t. and.vafsed, and ,)the tcget'ofi : { ; In 8t. Petersburg.j. If It la found about 'lS80 his entirefortunewas for the Trans-Siberian Railroad\) ; ,;; -- ,. '--. "
-'-' ;;r. ."r r -theFOh.mlcaIi aDcU otber4-equlpment : cecesVary [ "postpone* It the'show; I dissipated and be was obliged. to .In 1196 he! beat his way to Chicago : : "
also given, :,ilydrocain*. 4 acid
: *
.. are will be held In conjunction with the resign from the army. andthere he was soon 'arrested for
which Is generated by mixing patassum .
gUI cyanide and sulphuric acid In Midwinter fair 'In J February.. We be- With the equipment of a handsome larceny. lie wriggled: out of that and KISSIMMEE( :

I proper proportions has been found the Here the display bf poultry will be presence, nn unusually complete edu- came to' New York where be was arrested. L ;b

most effective for the purpose Indi finer this year than ever before, judging cation and a wide and Influential ac- charged; with assaulting a
cited from successful show In con. qcalntance, be started for Paris and Tenderloin ca ly. The Russian Oon-

riectton' with the recent fair at DeyunZak began his career as 'swindler. His s-ul-General made a statement In' RIVER EOUrrE'
SPORT. dlstlnct
STATE Springs. Poultry raising as a
agricultural Industry III .spreading .apartments: became the headquartersfor which be denouncect'lbe ".C'otlnt&I

Shows. Balances' To the Credit of theSeveral |In Flofjda.WhJle . the most reckless! gamblers or-the aij imposter and the count challenged STEAMER ,LILLIH BTKAMER: 11O3KADX,
l. Funds capital ajtd Savlne was successful InJlluckln the Con ul-Oeneral to a duel as soon .
... : .". Tallahasse. e. Fla.-Th, monthly 're ."sons for there vigorous, are action many to worthier lessen rea-the them. Span\ afterward! he 'as he should be released. ; Captain Clay Johnson, 8r. Caplain 'Clay J'..,_.,

n .q... port of Honorable-. V: Knott; state number of murders which have stained worked his way Into the secret diplomatic He was acquitted In. General Sell Jtep1areekly trips to Basslnge'r s'.d return i' ea4.1Ki ,, ,

'.- treasurer, Jllad with the governor. Be( soil of several Florida coun bcrvlce of four Governments at sions.: The Consul-General laughedat aee Tuesday morning" and arrives nisslmmee Friday evening. :;:;

-;- shoWs balances In the treasury to tho ties recently there Is ,also to be coneldered the 'same time, selling the military Til: a challenge and In "1 1900 he was' Special Charter Trips to Lake Okerc,"oboe and Fort -y.1)'eri'OAUIU St

1: credit of the several state and educa the bad reputation the state Is secrets of the each to the other three. again arrested In Chicago: on a chargeOf Oomfprtable accommodation tor passengers. Hales reasonable.

', tlenal .fund*! at the close business. getting for blocd-gulH Incus. The About this time he married Mile.pjejmgnce circulating .$500.000' -worth of The 'no,picturesque Waterway In Florida. '
October II; 1908, .as follows? echoes of the shot which deprives ',
9 pistol
.J :% _Vervoort. This lady applied fraudulent Cuban war bends. ftls" liar Passenger and Freight Rates apply to _ ,. : t> ",
General revenue fund ,f 89,649.1!, a human belo'af"life'gather '
t,. for a divorce from him In 1902 wife was with him at, the timed The, _, CLAY"-JOHlsrsON8a "etor. .
One mIll| school fund . ... S8.164.70 in Volume)' as they roll over other< : r -- -
' bn the ground that he had deceived arrefe.1 'was made 'at the request of the On board "lull.-Klssimme. p1 '
17 Pension' tax fund. . .. 11'.1'1.08 states; "Even" though a man live in I : .. : -
fi 'state board of health fund 131,%46.50 a stale where murders are as common her at the time of their marriage by Canadian police. He was taken to 5'- .- ;. ,

'\. Principal of school fund aa In Florida yet he naturally feels .j pretending to be the! Count de- Ton- Montreal find sentenced to five years "

V, (uninvested) .r . .. ., 8.012.02 that If IMs his fate to die -by violence louse'Lautrec.The French courts In -penitentiary.. vHe '

Lw lntere? tof sjfbool fund, lMP,60 he.would. rather; meat that fate among upheld the plea.. and the French was. released on parole, : .e .- .___ 19Th. -
qf Principal: of seminary furui the people with' whom be Is well acj j 1} scions of the old'house-'of Toulouse- swindled a number. of people? by another : % .

(uninvested) . . tel. . 244.76 qualnted. lIe may even have a prejudice antreo, Indignantly repudiated Sa- stockand bond ,t, Hire of state cftnvlctr fund n .S37.668.7C against being killed !by a : vine. Insists with ? .
lie. however an nabbed in New York in December.
i Oralnage tax fund ..
stronger. I earnestness that Is not simulated that 1901. Just as be was taking steamerfor
Indianwar'Claims' fund. . !5,000.00Railroad
The cultivation of the camphor tree ; .5\4
he Is the head Of tbe'Prussian branchof France. He had no ticket' and ,
.' ''!: commission fines! Is being seriously considered by the. "
. ty; Herbert ffapgoott..
4 .fund asu." ."+''w rt U .1' .. 100.04 national government as a substitute) ; the family, which was establishedat onl.i|88 In his clothes when arrested. J.
Agricultural! college fund. 688.88 the time tit the French Revolution. His, wife had);returned Francewhile r
for cultivation In those seed I
of sesilns'-r '""d. S.426.9U orange Driven trom' Paris at last Savlne man cannot serve two masters, neither can be boddownTjwo : ,
1 Intiest lions of Florida where frost baa mada j h was IQ the Canadian penitentiary
.: White ColreKe' ?Morrlll fund' 16.649. , Colored "CollegeMorrill i the deposition of Prince .Alexander', A your whole time it >Iq not fair tol1..lde your attention be.
press dispatch and it Is a highly commendable I hadenoueh of him and didn't apply
If..... fund .,,:. .". . . . 15C75,7J. proposition in a land where when Statabuloff wa.. ruling the country for' his extradition so be- was re L. j tween your regular wprk and a side line.. Every Idea'whlcicomes .

e. \) Hatch experiment' station we are compelled to keep ou.Int.." "I a* dictator With a 'beautifuland leased. to you should entertained and developed so as to

.f. ,...._.. -'Aaam.-fund j,perlmeit'istation. i 1,615.62: ..Jlothln&tIL storage .for 'so many:., :! -.clever! woman-named-Madeleine In'liOS he,was arrested la Lisbon 'benefit! ,jour, presentemployer-. i iI
months. of the year, he had been several cities 'of one knew a man who sttempted'toarrrr'ont'smallmall
-fund/., tr ,*. il ..2078JKxperinient. ; doing and again.turn,r''ove} to the. Ru.ulanaathol'l
,", .station 1nc1den... _,,' Another new colony of northern aet- I Europe including Monte""Carlo;, and ltII.! against the protest 'of order business while filling a responsible.position, a
... . - tiers In ,the south-,similar to.that 'of.. a. large corporatlbn. He'' spent his evenings devising new
' In I886 he found himself with her In 4
>*&! lid 17 : ; : --26.119: .. < Germany, which' wanted bins for. a
Femali . Fitzgerald. Ga., Is to be establishednear schemes and perfecting his follow-up system. Tbe side line required more
Florid college In. ,. : .' ;. Venice. .According to his own' story number of frauds In that 'country.* '
;' (f cldfntal' fund -y, .. .*. ,',...;;.,?' 83,34 Waukaula station and .'.Ixlve ,ot the events which followed BaTln.'becamelrlendly'wlth He was started off for Siberia again attention perhaps than ins .had originally -proposed giving to'It, cadet' last .'
.Colored Normal school conninkerit ,. M miles south'otTapahasaee, on 'the rail1goad ; Don 5theSaplea he found himself sitting up late: into the.):11':.('maslering the deLl.n. of his. '
'" to.; St. Marks'.. be located Carlos 101',writing, ;letters to various,people . . "' "" -
: fund j ; ,V 4'& %&&'asj new business v- -.. 1; ? '!, ,, --v" .
and the latter suggested Irom'tb Emperor William'
.t'the pretender
Inch "center .of the tract;; I down escaped '
.' 'University of Florida cannot work all the time; and It only naturally,follQwed that his "
.V for :
that Savlne make the and
-' whtoh town>'labeing', surveyed and i ,a.try: ,: in' 1905 was arrested at
.J '
.dental fund j.nrr.tlllnd. 29.31aJO.51
; regular office,duty showed the effects of hlfdoverworked.brsln, resulting from,
will be 1 1With.
. Incidental platted and two hundred lots Bulgarian: throne. Bremen !iud taken 'back to Russia .
deaf and dumb ;
put pn the market at once.' Many of I retinue ward robed At this Insufficient rest and recreation. What Is more before many weeks So found "
' fund -.. .. . :r a through time he had :n00 In'hls
them 'are card to have been already that his mall order business was encroaching OD'bla regular omce hours and j'
( P r ceeds.of cqjlege proper" the kindness of Don Carlos, Savlne possession' He was sent to f Siberia
y fundVv#- V. vr .i' ...c.ts spoken: for by.families. The site .was I and Madeleine started for Sofia,and for a third time but,;again escaped. he gave much time to it that practically' belonged to 'the company-whlch' waapaying ..
selected for its hunting and him
superior a salary. ;
a : soou arrangements were made with Savlne attributes the
greater part
. fishing''opportunities.and It goea wlthn 1 Aside Irom't Idea of the unwise best ln3itereets
" Total ' .M70C809.14 I for the out ofSavlne. e justice In matter. U is bribe ;
Stambuloff of his
carrying troubles'.
,1 police of .
:_,'l.+ 'y PEW WATTRWAT'80UTE': farming.and .:] desires. The "countthen Europe and "America to persecutionon of both parties concerned'.for-an employe to try to keep"two tires 'go: tJ'ing'at
I one time .'Most men get pretty busy'getting wood for one:fro'bttt'when
Florida wants to see; that from,other went; to Constantinople to'secure the the'part of Russian agents because
..' 'r.m'' 8t; P.t.rebuurrp .CI..rwat.rI' the Sultan land 'while of they try"to furnish the'fuel'for'' \two fires, their'energy and orliflnalftyV'
( ,;. sections of the'United States approval 'or his attempt to- be chosen Prince ofBnlgara.'New I '
.< Now the Move. was1 Is tsxed beyond the bound. of ilwaa 'capabillUe._New, York Commerclat' .
arrested at the Of
there request; / York .
Sun. .
all of the jiorth
From InquUties *
part ,
'St:. the : ;it: vj H 'I ..... 2 i-.
Petersburg.I'iarOn..v1. ..
., have been eotnlng! Into->Ilaml fol'weekl.u4..1he I "' 'Il\ .... Il'. If' '
principal Items considered at'a> ee6..ringot -T-'-' " p B BW.The'Supreme'Cotirt I . ......
: proprietor of hotels -
'the tboard'of1Tid.ot'tb1! city and. boarding houses there are +getting NEW LAW WILL JL of Maine recentlyruled , 1'-" _: -.J4_ ....,.".-. ... r _

w..Jhe.repOI'Lot; ; the..saPtalnofJhe la.-a = ) that that State may lawfullyTeatrlcrih I,, v---=-- :',> .. ... ... "' .., --:":':"" ..... .
ape -to.ccommodate4r"ordb'l'eaktllrero"ctC""WbttlJ pnOTE'v.r.En. - - - - -
.d +. .....TTunlted, States'-eaglaeenH. .BHlnla'nd-wa i.dJ"'Jaeas1)Q. .. \. I *clearing_of privatelyowned ---r----- "" -." .e, _--_ '

it". ter'route' from St. )Petersburg: io Clear. 'lhere;1s.a-freat deal.of,ad vane* talk* "" ;(};;t. n.nlouDlanaWould,"., .I, '_ 3".".;;.J." .r.-R forest land It the :public would k The'-De4inthon i ;
The, Is the
., .;.water. object making'of..eventyflue"toot .. 'about'lhebutlhessxexprcted Injured-by-suehfclearlnj. "Louisiana's = : : S .
; P..ntCuttlng
--n.;: ; ,, channel,, .flyefeet: ; tbe.preset time the Indication. for a proposed law goes'still further 1' -
Zf: deep duringmean low. tide,' through<< 'of Tre.i8,,. t.eas-.jLTtian, 'Twelve In the ,.,
good season excel those of ,last.,year same direction and follows the
7) ;the.narrows, and one' ,.hundred feet ,The Influx of visitors began early) .this Inehe* In ,Dlim.t.r "". lines of the.opinion"rendered by the 'f y of a;' Railway
"'Id..od seven.Xeet', ,deep through ... : ,
Theestlmatd year and there is. everyreason to be '4 <, Maine, Saprem Court- It Is worthyof ,, e'y
rl p 'aiaca Celga bays ; cost UeTe't bat it will reack-ftgure.nevag
If Legislature of ..Louisiana note that the two Stata..hlch are j .
There -
was 196.000. was some discus "''\
sion.t..the 1& was agreed known. before"; .' \. a..e. the forestry law-proposed by first 1.}o'take;;this, .advanced -stand;In 4- "

r.: -to* by; all ther.membe; of the board 1- A proposition Is under conslderatlor i( ., the' Governor.,of, that.State,:and said ,x In1 Pensacola to establish several pubplay.groutda. ,. and"'hare:forests: not at tall .aUk' .' f' >_ "" I
that .letters be ;written and addressed to have the support of the largest tlmjrariced j ;In '" >
.. .
-lie for..children. ,Three. '
.p .to"1he- boar4.-of'en&tneerr"ofrtYI1'I;: / : : character c 4,
: bf-o'W ner.41' wm-be.the-mo t--.d- .diaerftBj-solls" climates ..; -.
t ;...; and, harbor! commission inWaahing. or four'JISrtof of the toe, squares cUt wW.1 the converted residential step yet. taken by any State with few point Idcommon, crops of ',BLL what Is a' rail way T. A'fallw4y'eswe. ; :under UttT:it in "1:

t 1.tOBi? setting ,. forth i the ,'Reasonswhy; temporarily Into playgrounds< about to'regulate timber cutting on private wholly different kinds;; geography andtopo.r.p" states,' Is a'' rallro14. 'whlch for tie purpose of. the"issue .% 4''

'r.' ... the route establishment"would -be a; aodrce the-inland-of stimulant water the first ot'the coming year and later', lands.; .-. )''.Of oppoiltaextremes.; yet. 'W'th""a lot'' of new securities. must find 'a '..Yi so :we call it t :',

: r to traffic-and at- the same'tfme not be permanent< location will be:..selected By: the < terms of the proposed each realises the Immense Importance, road.-" .We build railways because the .people who' live In* ,:

,complete outlay.itrfTn:: "- The plan' embraces the fitting up of a' aiat the..cutttni, 'of"trees under of'Its forests. ,and,how: essential! their, --- ''tenltor,;where they; are."not. 'pray for_them; clamor for ,: '
... : house ,for- a public f.'gy mna lun -
'llsSUllfEE'S BRASS-BANII': girls+and'the. prep.r.Uon-Clf..ob.: ..- ':front"the ground.will: not. be parmttted. p'.rltJ',or Its"p.ople.: : tyc-; -i r\ l ". "" ,' Ing that Oould.come their 'war. but'when/the/ railways '..t'ii
... ,.. . .
: baU diamond 1
.l or*-boyamong '
> || i - -" Jc <- J i ., , \
VI| II III ; derived1 "
Tan' LadUavAmong lawdoes not\apply .to I 4 built and they have all the bless'gi that come with"th \
the.'Twentythree"rt' whom clubs will who'ln
several be organized.AH .
'" those good faith cleat y.fposs packed tbe.;Hunter*. W oret' ? 'k
* P.rf rm... '- of.the work will be under the cafe Wr they' are .the ,.omt s"that e happened., 'The ",
.Jacksonville-. ,-.1..Florld"'The'' {'Tlmeacr of'Mr.- ; ,.Ollmour of the Young Men's the viand' ; for agricultural ;purposes "remferlispn,!a who returned prlnc p 1'n_'otthe: railwJ4*.totl 1.h. seekerf .Wf a"something to- :I

"'..: Jnlon I _"ahort;i Talks?,., eaygr: ChristlaaL-asociaUon.i i _He--! 'JI1' ...wl1o..dl.ed..iJI1.. .tIJDber. sip;. the i hom.Fa: eria eaaoeingtrlpotltheTA ; .howl about; al"'taG..J'Ilh.A.toPIO.! tot>nlln ited conversation! ,..andeverybody: : ': :

',U)_ K/.smnuuee./ nFe .l' ..'..or nbed...., .Intht line and-will-g lth .grnnnA for roads rf :. >u91paRl.: .pr= w.-SJ'Or-Gl11erlr With-something- to try to beat.! 1'1e.motto. of politicians_ .-ln-d aUng-wlUuraa+. ft

"braa band;- if"over'; twenty'pieces &'t' llnd..nto.lhape'tor< ; the 'children .case of an'owner"or teuant'who uses Grimmer and.member! of their tam' ways Is, ':,Soak It! ; to him,". '. \ ; >' ?s, ./

'f 'That: nothing: ,so --unusual.Other and \Instruct them in" the test and .tho.W ''1/0' ...., """"..

'.t T' A-k' small cities get-uplands./But' :' theY most, scientific methods-' of;, play, The'larnberman be required to 'One alghtMr... Grfmmer.Miss' ; ...,tl' '" tl' ("' '
, : dlBtlnruIshlagpoint :about' KUslm- Keen rivalry shown, the '
\ was
. : among fell:his uaaa..y.tD cause th.Jea.t Grimmer> ;MUs iIase 'and two .
t guides ...
-- ,' ... ; '
: laee'brauband; lsthat.lgl4.ladiesare children who', competed IQ'the chryJeanthemum ...
, .....> named among,the fourteen cornet; show given by the-Pensa ; damage lotoses timber, and the were 'In a
. ', ,. r.tusf ; ;and horn playe .. one of the two dear cola!School.Improvement.association.The a:
, :inet-players' .a'lady and so. is ,the after Jlf. ,of many of the Pensa- c presence will Invite fire or otherwise moose, In the shallow' water they;! Significance: of Mind*

7 snare drumnaer ten ladles among cola children of today will 'be brightened endanger the'am',11 trees: .The penalty passed a big bull. The light, Was so .. ,
? .the twenty-three performers.JAgood ,by, memories ,of, the; enjoymentthus provided for violations' of the placed 'that beeouI4'nota,: 8 the ca- .:. ",

,If > > band Is always a great addition to the provided' for them-by tHe cltlssns "proposed law Is a line of UG, to; f 100 noe., Some one changed. the position' By .San/atnln!. 1ldtL., . I

'..rC.\I .-P '';llfe of.a town>-and one'with so many and -city government alL tending, to for.-each', offense and JaiprUonmantmay of the lanUrn-and.It Hashed la the ., -- ;.. -.,
A- 1. ,
ladles-ateenif-its personnelshouldbi and > ... "
: T -make-tbem-more-nssnly-pen more 1 .-added.Daeh-tree-wjcngfully- "alma?# eye.- -Frightenedit'sprangOK .

'i'Tefl'" Uractl.ya..'*'3 '.-. i "vBCTAtf ,. womaDJll omen ,when they mature cut will constitute a separate offense. ( shore with th.e.ult that its, ', +:!.....4. 'T has been"my. experience to bMible tp".tndranitnat'Jq''stiacts ;!:

: 'reported that"the quail al- :'TU"proposed, law' not. only delimits fore feet landed In ,
t' TJUriSIT TAMPA: i iris It are i the canoe and the i > and animal intelllge ca-botb In the lower'and W"h- " '.
., readyharder; find.although, the offenses and names penalties also moos brushed against 'the Surveyor i, 'er anlmiU In' many coodlttons exndinc't" .'
y Xor a period now
a.Wak'There .. open ....on'lor hunting them Is but sets forth the such law General. ,
1 ,Will l Spend on R.i reasons why \ ; Another- 'and .they over more "thnn' t'WeotT.ub.' poep and lasting; on3'the
The birds learn
." turn From Cuba.; two' weeks oid: Into the wood.soon: leavng. Is thought; advisable/; ; . >.- moose was over them and the 'canoe '. whole has been,, the impression left as to the re.l1Itt.o'* ..&:,
.o plunge deeper '
: :'Tampa..FIa.-In''' a.," Presl- .their:accustomed feeding grounds{ 'Timber Is becoming\ ear e. It says. sank; :with all hands. the water.. It ". -;ranlmaljJnsUnct' ult'yieldsplace.. to.:a'deeperltooling :f.t
c t,, dent T.' JT. Li"'Brown ,. .the 8tate'Fair for more distant-ones'when the= are and'oughtnottd be D edleial-wAat. Swat shallow,,"so 'there was nothing .1 I as to the character of..tie 'enormous Int.rvalwhici; <<

, 10a81OCiation William .JenningsBryan much disturbed.All birds desert anyocaUty .d. Forest destrnctloy'will carry worse than a ducklngSU John Correspondence separates the highest example of animal instinct front eveiri t,
I has accepted an invitation. to., visit WIt.hlt'otb.r evils besides dearth of Toronto '
Globe. '
> where tit, 1 for : act
: simple pf Intelligence. The most permanent result ofr-i ",
; -T Tampa durln'ff.the-fair: Mr. and.Mrs.ft them. to stay,*ut' th.iangeroua. In wood. It"will' cause des uctlon soil I udloS.J1animal ,!;"":". !
Fry 4 my own 'l eapacltl"'ba. been a gradually increaafeg'bonvioLion
.Bryan. will arrive in Tampa the .latter about the of those "''Inereas \ and The;tunnel: .
t numbers : premises ; .ro.loo. ;and j jfloods. ; through, 'backbone '
of January; going to Cuba Son as to tl! as :yet unimagined significance of mind in the further eVbtuttodof.
part who protect them.' showing droughts the damage ofVthe Whole ot'the Cordilleras :
, ;'a. shortrfUlU-,,,. returning, will persons : : tb.t.w11l1 connect'Valparaleowith .the universe.( ;But I think 'that a first 'step' toward, ;truer appreciation' of ,
: of'tbe.household orcat ,
..Pen4..tIeyt.aweek.loT.mpaPrep..atlon. ; ,no' lear '"". -dog '" people;..:-The::f QresU! ,omht,.not* be) Duenoa'and -, .the almoeHnooneelvablepotentialities. ef-mlnd In-tbe-- fu --e'elearer.'pdr. +rl.'r

+-;... .--are--beingniad.iifer. BryaA. Tearer 1L1tbota"tb ttftmtmeJrrWheJl'TlltTanp, 'WIU' 1Ive-'evldoQC8'!: sit ;whollycat; down, .the prop redaawfartb.r gressing rapidly: Work!! pushed! ...eepllol) 'n' t ..I".n..e tshiih .JD&tI(. off u. 1'\lc' ..manIte.taUopaf: romivs4....'
'C . 7.hUliVtl.; ;la night.At.the. ; ,
; present rate .,,
the tarry
day. a\ .. .. jual"comes: .around. rSD .the most remarkable examples of AnimaCt.tlactf.The Centurf.CC' ? :
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TV 1.i t' Yafey, . ,. -There,Grow are'Yoer: two classes OWB, Ve of ct.farmer*. iniery the tbepast blnabV.toride ntonih,U>er In.bur have Motkor"been more: In f'NEW f \\' GOODS ,..NtW"rrRtfs'] ;; 'r

1 . .4 . ,l locality-the prosperous and the people some to Kbsimmee'prospecting UJtFtOYD.J1 ,
VlfUBlJSHEDTOffiC{ >nuT FILIAL. for home than la any twelve months f

in Bq'ildtnt. unprosperoui. before la Its existence, andjsy) far the "STOCK'OMPLET '
Valley Qaiatto The l>ro.JNrou' farmer n.verrelieson
.1. larger number state It was thWeadlogwf
-* one
any crop the,Valley GazeLle and theilPO$rdof ., .
-- but p'lanUa "arlei".Dc1 especl-l.- Trade circular'that[ Induced tbeniuvoome. We will sell 2.6-lnch Unbleached Muslin _. 7c per yard

: .w.:... HARRIS,"'"Editor, and Prop'r, ally doee be krow every vegetable. bend PEGHORN; FLA.' , ,i;; a Quilt Calicos .- ... 'l' Ekrjwr: :yard

9 bl*' family' consume,. a., well,as !In Future will .' Checked Homespuns =: 6c arid:.up; _.. J'f
_ KlBimme 1 I. entilled-to be well adeitjMJaTbotrin' CASH..ONLYJ J '" . _ _.., u, .'
'* UBscsirnoM s'y'fallt > his tneats ... v. : .. .. ... ...'....... .aoe UDprt<; f 'v [ the"kmali''Int'of: thepast .Sell For"'- ,; l'l'.t .. .., - ,
;. .....vr..ta -i-.....Liss..... .. ...... 600i The >. rousfarmerplantsOnly but thousands of folder descrlp- :
"f ... ....... ...... .. ... Aud this; "
; .I 01..thr. -u. one thing, and depends upon thatTenirely Live of Its soil,, in health- offer stock at the following.* Complete. Ine 'of. Dress,. .M ..We have also a complete! .I
soepliooallv low.prjce : '
/ .u.or. to furbish him -with money to 1 Line of Laces and. Embroi.
All3S& .
.wwuNe.tYa. e.r s
.saw '
ulnes achooli and Its churches 'Coods and Trimmings
"..... ...annat b*.awJMd by t.Ioe writar.attar He IM Th'ese hold good for "at .. '
"i ... will.aot b. turawd uataaa pay his-expenses. neverkhinksofpulling : should be printed aad distributed prices one i dories: selected with theprlesthatwillastonlshyou .

: -- (In a garden" or raising a chick. broadcast'over' the United States.'and -.'.week onlyv... ) !_ greatest, '.care ;.a.nd. ..Invite : :

...... at LI...ID ID. P1..a4.1 .:... eD or, boer, preferring to Vuv them In he local be f "I . .t your inspection.OuTsiioe '",:&
.. _.u star. yrrridLw the city from the merchant. who possi- paper should generouslycirculated Corn pel' sack . . . . . .. .-.u 80 ; ". ,' ,v, |
.. them 'loma.beuDPro.- a* a piper will go farther Oats .. ," . . . .' .\ . . 2S,.u,, .
0 'N:2oilws; ; ::. b17bas bought !toward \'tncIDra-l'roapec he aetl Short- '"" .._....--.'. -. .; : I ' ,
farmer'. thrifty neighbor. : 7:; ;TV; ;;i.83 ; -

porous Osceola county has It* share of both 'lieI'l qf the truthfulness of our wonder. Cotton seed"meal per 1 80 1 Stock Is Gon miif6tfanifbu-t( r"th61 larae&tlriTowri.CALL . .

t ,t lul possibilities than all else combined Cotton seed.hull: " ... .. 801 \ : *" \
>Richard Oroker I I. oomlog .to Amerlea. kind and it 1* 1.0'the latter.-, would ---- AND SEE. US
We don't need hi m now; the'electlon address a few Words. 11 that course f" pursued the' catalog Flour per bbl . . . . . .-. . . 8 10 ; .

' I* over. Try the experiment one year .of year will bring people enough to l.1itach lour per SalfbUl... . ., . ... : 320 II H. C. STANFORD COSchool

f :______ plantlnk garden sufficiently large to ,)' to pay back the' cost toour citizen Grits per bbl .. . . . . . . .'. .630 .. .

d Duke Alexis of l u..lai i supply family and'' blred .help twenty times over. )Meal, per bbl . ..'._._ .._.. '.... 5 20 _h. __ : .'!.'
your ) .
r dead It is, needless to remark. that with all the vegetable* may'conume : To do this It will tSjke' money-arid a Jest bacon Per Ib . . . . . :. . 13SUIl.r bVWtfNMN' -- "" NNNI NAINP .

I the,:.lfeMit;" are" happy." ;,set enough hens' to furnish all (food deal of It, so bur business men 25 lbs for. . . . . . . . 1 60 '.

they eggthey-may desire and buy a' ,ibould Rive liberally to the finance Lard 10 lbs for' . . . . . . . '1 15 .

: 1/lfe 1* uoofrtaln'but: no more;;*o half dozen pig that are old epough to committee of the Board of Trade who Good green-coffee 8 Ib; *.... . . 1 00Oct.aon Supplies
thari now the .American people-/will\ are now canvassing the city for lutfcrlpitons [
butcher in the fall, and you will be surprised soap'25 cake : . . 100
vote,in a Presidential election.Iu bow little It has cost you to live for e,ery dollar they give 'earline 25 cake. :. : . . . . . 1 00
will return to them tenfold in Increased, iOod Luck baking powder 13c.n. 1 00
well bow much AND
during the year, ris as TABLETS .
f, seems a* If that man Smith who better and family'nave fared. business and value of property. 2 Ib tomatoes per dox . :, . . 85 '
you your '
theTrueDemocrat'ha.cooierted .
;tt 'accumulated There are large orange r>>owen and " {f- Good. rice.per 100 Ib*, . . . ... 7 COMcKlree'sWlneof .. .
_ iffittp a true Republican The iu Tampa fin .lly .
police : hove | Cardul size. .
,. cattle owner in this county who never EXAMINATION -
t organ.Mora.-, t. ', raise a vegetable of any character, aught something beside p bad coTuT per bot.\le. . . . . . . . ." .. . SOlyrupof .. TABLETS'MADE . '0
This time it was three highwaymen. Fl sfiOe size bottle for 40 ESPECIALLY FOR -
; fowl
bin been sentenced, to fifteen md a chicken i I. an unknown on

year In prison, but 'tie hain't ..beenaent heir premises, but their family table Swamp Root, 60o size bottle for 40 OSCEOLA HIGH, SCHOOL. .. ,
.up yettod If. dollarlto copper are supplied, with everything. market REAL 'ESTATE Japanese. Oil, SOc size bottle for. 40 -

{R .'U never be .' afford, they coming or sendingto Planter Nubian Tea, SOc -airs\ -" .

this city, often twenty and some- bottle for. . ''' . ''. _. . : . .0has. ,

Rockefeller' I I. to defend Standard time. eighty miles distant to purchase InvestmentsCASYiAYMENTS ; U. Fletcher's. Castoria 30 Kissimmee '

OU. In the 'name of com'moo sense butler chickens, eggs and vegetables.A Planters' Pink Pills. . .., . , 30 Drug Company .

r who would you expect to defend It If farmer living eighty miles fiom ;!t,. .. .. Quilt cotton per oound .. . . 9 .....

Inot Rockefeller? . Kissimmee has been' kodwn to send -II Work shirts.COc kind for .40 }
"" 1
e here for-. barrel of sweet potatoes 25.OO& for lot: near RunnymedeHotel. Work shirts,, 75c kind for 60 ,

Mr. and Mr. Bryan-will *lit Tampa and if there is one thing thai can be GIrard drawer, per pair: 40 -- -" 't J
during the Fair. All Florida will easily grown in this county it is sweet $40.00& for lot 72x96 feet. Dress shirts, tl' kind for. . . . 85 rrr 7f........i'rPfit .ln..Y'F- -. ..f "

be there on that date to pay homage potatoes. Another Instance I. that of jen's and women's hoselOtf kind IIt
r' to the 1r".t.elt.lhIDa' Amerloab. a man who own thousands of bead of. $60.00 for celery lot near Rotun-, for . '. . . .' .8 NORTH K1SSS.IMMEE. PHONE 8.: '* '
do's truck farm.
cattle and fifty thousand acre of land : Best Seminole I Bleaching, full t 'l

' 'TI Emperor; and Dowager,Empress! ia the lower part o) Ibe county who $100.00' for residence lot .42x76. yd wide per yd . 7t I I.Ioea .

.,;'of China are dead. There is now twice month sends to ibis city, a distance Finelocation.. Fine Sheeting full yard : 1 C.. W Jrifft'i 1' ;

__I :;possibility of China becoming one of of fifty-five mile, for'vegetables, $150.00 for three, lots facing the. wide pier yard ;. 7t : 1,

the foremost nation of the world. o' Lake. I
e butter aod condensed milk. The above prices take effect. November .
There are.oases such a* the above in $2OO.CO for business lot 26x105 Isi.'" ,
I Fancy Groceries
r ---Doctor bare discovered tbat there every locality but there I.I absolutelyno feet. All other good will be sold at tbe t Family . ..' mile. There tame reduction ip price which Is below '
are, no germ &0. : excuse for their existence in Osoeola and .
four-room house "
$225.00 for
-.... DO (erm. In 'any kind of milk InKisslmne for planted b..r'wll the price charged by other met Fresh Meats. "
county anythleg lot chant In the county.i. .. t 'j'
*, nor in the sIr or water ,
,::eltheriThere ) yield a* abundantly and-with-a, $600.00 for ten-acres and n use; _. '" --. - -- . L' Deliuerj Every Day %'anjr Hour. Patronage Solicited. ;
little attention a* anywhere on earth and truck.$90O.OO "
are quite a large-/ number of The unprosperoua class are continually for five-room cottage *........ ''' .'-.a.-, /

1. people who believe the mind can'bot.e crying hard limes and cursing their a School. '== II "
luck. but for Instant do near High ;)
\ : have yet to hear 01 never an they .
0.,'who beU..... the mind can feed the attribute their financial condition to $1200.00 for two-story dweUina'1 "' .''''''''''''''''''' ,

unlhrlfliness their That classusually bearing orange "
tomacb.:__ on part. C. A. CAV80N ....1..... II. C:. ARYAN, a.asetsry. ..'
wind up in the herllT'.handsor '. .." .
1 ':Three men have been Indicted for go to work for neighbor for Correspondence solicited. 'r E . .I'

killing ,M-Senator Carmack in Ten thirty or forty dollar a month. i

i ,tteesesrlw4-ioo't bold your breath un We also have our- full shale ..of J. M. W1LLSON, JR =

tilt.beyIrecgnyicLed, .for evil results thrifty farmers,".those who make use 01: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Waters & Carson Grocery. C1)1)

f t. 1ID1c..b' follow every acre of ground they possess, ana: r :
REAL!: ESTATE Arm INSURANCEJEWELER --- -- ...,, .. .. .. "
who constantly have something to sell W" us .. s *.
We would all Ilk. '' another
set{ '- -'
State Fair held In Tampa, but before vegetable; obickenw'eggs;; bdtteror --- a $ 'G"R O'C ED =X I S i

that event take .place we would all their pork-and are continually adding to r EP : .
_ holding and their bank account $ '
like to see the premium awarded atbe '
That 1* the class who are'towoa9d . .

,;I1 last, 'one. paid.L f county buJUders,' and who. suragI co.n.TSFO.: ,, !! ,, :..

The Liberal won the election jn Cuba. bomeaeeker to "a localitytfor with '
six defeating the'Conservatlye." "by! them time are'never bard;'..nd'''tbel; Paint and r II AY!, 'J| celebrated Fertilizers, l CRATES : r'J::

r 30,000.. .A t. w. don't'know what eitheri' always have :hearty handshake and Pape -GRAIN. : ;:

i'' eland for. In a a'contented smile for those whom they ETC.HIDES .
party 'we are not a pol I nl'prove and protect your house. .'either rejoice or lament.Editor .meet. I will be pleased to brine my 1907 P.nLbN.Clro.a.n.wt. A Prkea .___
o. ? Let the unprosperous class adopt our I sample-.books to your bouse and / !t\ f
Bell will 'no longer make suggestions In the latest .
ring out suggestion for one year and there will any : i iI
r' "editorial for the San ford Chronicle decoration that you may desire.
be such a difference for the
: Drop me a card and I will cheerfully -
;" It .don't. m.lut any difference "A.t. their' bank account at the end of that furnish estimates on paper :: ; F.URSWO ,0 L v "

caused him to leave.tbe Chronicle, wiar time that they will' continueIt foreverattefwards. and painting-; : : : : .: : : I
M ... f'F
sorry to lose him. fle is a goodOman \. J' )
an able editor. / ,.r'oc1UQe a. 3pecie.1; ,. j. *
= ; &
"**-- i.. "--- .- _ -- .:. q EORdE A.ORLANDO. BA EI &. .' '.
J.H. ,
That a&lo'oDJreepe"-Damed'Uaa* who -----Bu-slaess Liberal ----- RE-D D l TT -- N ,. ,\ '.
attempted to Attorney'Cbeney A man never. win unless) e chsnces i iandatownnevergr .0' '
: jksasslnat FLORIDA. .. )
'.'r ln the; courf "rOjpni" In"San ; 1;
1.1 .Francisco':did Ui*-, tate a,*ervice byxpen advertised. : ; T WA.TCH'REP) RER. .-, '. .:j

'. eommlt.t.lolr'' CTa"e. saved I Wr make lheabov6, ,statement literslut Call' W.l.CheJ' R.jO..MEEK'. ,..
r" ., iw! th4 and see mr )pine of Elegant nchlty' tmO' G5ad '. :
all factfddfigure
: .e of hanging him. f and past history
> .' I. bear'us o\il\a\n the truthfulnessof Any article of Jewelry Promptly Or* Ha*. for sale',choice- lands In every. Panel''' Back .Rocker. .t.,. ,"
,;" "I -A: hotel for, the exclusive; u**> of"ne' ; \ the assertion. ; Jf.t a man desires sun- *' "dered upon Request, .... portion orthe of Florida;of adapted fruit and for farm. A ..rrelowlylot..prie. or a rrwiarfcably; f t. IIIa: Ir. I".f' .
log crowing
vegetables 7Aa.l.4fquartertdor" Ille!: 7rrlistted.btauttfutgoldea:
,RrUel will be opened la New\York on oess In any buslnes'venture he must BICYCLE .SUNDRIES. of every ..variety .also phos. color:. Embo.rdcoblrau.L landww.fn" cep ,.note .
risk his money, and if the citizens desire land very Mroaf;!*bulit. XrfcvUa at tae: XcnVfor ,
December 1.' 'The 'announcementfall- pbatef timber and ranch 'bu'.. ._..e> -f.1e.I..CL.r\II.: \ fjcilitlei: "*. -
their town to, lay aside: the .waddling ::. ellII la lor Tl .
ed to,itate whether one of tb.lrnles'of yon f'\.f>$ b'.flliewiToa whil you Cu.: v .t '
Exceptionally fine bargaio- by buirlar Ilrcl trove the factory list...keo nothing but
- foe bb..M' "oulet be th at "&'emmeD.will clothe of a village Idd'take on List chair*. W.wake and wll cha In righ bci.In hn Koulh(a
'. : : toe cliv likewise toga grove vour-property with it tow. S >.!rmml. plfm,whlcbmeanerwvts f
e"'e.b--deT raxter wid declerk.* garments pf a .they must him; hacaa sell It, collect. r:;.. of at Icaai. buy.' f hlek '
rtsic: ihelr money. s': IN fAt.ot..w rents. -1i tiiaaioasitstola fnral.hl.gyonrl.ot "el Can yow
.. ''We often of' ."prettywaddlDg. I In thefltst Instance It I largely WiwSl1M '.aeooscudforourfre.lnuM, ,,(..!cat.l.*> lay .
; Kti[ read. , a ,risk ry. .aM take t;l..IUta of.h. big.avlsp' aL' a\.
: : .'* W. have .witnessedgoo* andmany, are the failures, but in the Agent for best Fire and Life In urance 1 Ore .90* 4UT".at kind of that. for parlor dint'....' Va.

: In our time mod bave 'never latter failure has' been FERR + and Armour' FertlJlaera.KissJltlmee' foooi,a&ihe.portbhall.aor.onefromthethtapr.t,,. : , :-
tnanj yet I a never yet' recorded r'' I a7, to Ibt beat ar th_lor.. cotet**) i. .;
seen anything pretty about one except if ,the possessed the 1.i CkraBo, prte tkM-FSUX.Kvrrychalfavanatocd .-.IM
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Florida .
l ,
+ wetly te
m. SEEDS : rpr < or y our nary beck.Mi A ;
.4.'i''th..OlDell.. /.70 ,o* t.beve-I.I ..but one least qualification')I would 80m- ,tH111Iv.y. .. MaaM tia,JoaWMU< awdyWPMiN ,.it.

t .tep more iyolenan, and that., t. datb. mend)'" to the average_tD'.l\j trW 1..ww.l.iMw.r W Iafwy' r da 0'
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Until/the past summer,KIsslinm .e..e Ar a i5.. gsw ; .

,The T /psTrlbunewoul&bmve6eeobtors ] had never been puUorw..d a* adeslr- w.u..rot.w..wy..r. 1..1..rM W1 tsaasrIb.arre. yw.ef r EtPppREAL B ) : .J.. W. SIMPSON DR. LESLIE 'W.'WEDDWSpeCIaljst
' correct it bad, given the bono able place for_the home'seeker. to locate alalanaa.a.rtlesa"" j

'ftp labor organisation* Instead of the OrytB< ..,lnvest.ortpput! bls money, although DENTIST:;, ; -
-Ey Ear
r2i ; : ; :
;; L1oD f Child"Cab\>.rCommlu: e forbasaage recooltes"theHrSH ,; : J
everyone ; "
Iba': 01'''.laws 'in the different UP..lrf"DK:Ii.3ut1dIDjt;: -Nose tied TroaL.1..; ,: Ij
few lower In all this land that q..o offer ... ... ;;
----- --- ---- . .. .' 12 ,
children t
'atee'prohlblt.l under : : ; I m tO ID , '
9. {
' cerftaln'age. one-half Induoemeots, and while ; ESTATE OFFICE. : HOUBS I Jj .
J' 1 to : Private Hosoital. American-'N&; "
working. .. 6.301. -
r that effort wa necessarily limited, Telephone No.98 lyrw. f" ,.

,w 3'' Bagan,. nee de C9utel.:t still a erlUf'amouDt" "good, ha.. The . --tlonsJ.Bank Building; Ta: f np&Florida. i: ;l ':". :.!: ''

J- lane nee A ana Poald, after :inarrlan been accomplished. Graystonc KISSi1 MEE, FLORIDA CARSON, D.. D. S. -, '
? Today there are thousand who have ..
of only.a few week' I I. said .tube a..ttti -- "
heir turned toward l wbo Kit.IMMNS. "LA.I DKNTAL PARLOR* "
eye this cfty
t , s' divorce., The. best. thing thai '
t .4sorg's :'flould could t'do would be to three monlhs ago did not know it wa [taO YARE'XPRIENC[ NlVCnS BUILOlNQovmm DR. E. F. AKERS,. .. :

r blPh..b!!ni :, JterTpfTpTOtameIttad. ia intxUtence.andevery.dar nnmeroostsqrinpl I ."-OnLake-' p.k.lIl1HuntlDJ'.rFi.hln I :." oaOEOLA_ PMAlIMAOYPPIertlovntsJa DENTIST .1: '- -r:.;. :

give ber a good sound spanking. *s'a-tY-r: 6ceTyea7Tierp'dTnj! :: | -ib - < .' ._ Bathing, Golf Tennislloquo, TO a '
condition with '.qw 4j
; : : i. existing here the oblect - Clock f 1 Co. Phone 73. f-iv-r-
;5rbe dUpatohe. tate that,'i" man Inn of making this 'place their future :Trap Shooting.Terms Golf -.Batebsll Crown, Bridge and Poreelean .work"a,

,Icagtr ron a *hlrt waltbuttonlng; home. : e1.60.too t3./io'pel'/ dty. '-- Specialty. > :
fastening'a' 24-button The total I of this "115: -to $21 we-1-,l .1 JfOTE-Those
qD DM >. lost advertisinghas per TRADe, : M ". desiring :'my errloeshould -
kroidered hirti waist. in(two minute been ,Fo pohiiderably less than two .. OiaraM. : vcrr. rr .. wake arrangmenta 'in ad-. 1'
...., 60. 1 vance. w
: aeoood We"' brand thetemeot hundred dollars but "Uil :- has "O'u..", CoPY" *) .-
*>ard'; aexea ; paper T Frlendf 'iteye.e.a.fn..***-*. >HY iciAN: AID 8V&OEOJl. 'oR .Aimo'" FtAO'I -
'" |*). .. a' malicious, unadulteraIsd fo" month pat 'publilhet'.rtlcle./ :'Come and try a meal at the .". .0aaa.eMlale, .ltl oar,.pOYpt.nbyqp ffsesffa Roaosofcsj '0 . ,
Plow. SS.Orrtcm xt5etrrta. ,
"'dyedlnthwool' falsehoodWe' weekly] setting forth the wonderful hotel.Single meal Oc1; upu litent .....tI iti
opportunities meal tickets. 910. =. ,fop .aw LL Papua 91. TLOMDA.PILKBI :
Room 91 .
per ....... : M_. r..INAe 1
leave been buttoning hirt waist. twice this 'couoty offeredand 1 wwbwo.t WILLIAM KIDNS1V pILLa .
day. 4 s4. Y.rte. W H. .
. .f T you
7 en' and aM-ooo.lde. did It with reward 1 PILB8I PILES!IWlllsn. neflootad your KtdoyT Have It. ,1:
sv> f Of "' years; no or hope reward I you ovwworkod Tonr ttarrotli yim aiuf1

I SMI'expert Ic the aft .and. It take except desire to let the wptrjd I kpow'; ", . I. ' 1'SckNUfLNHmerieaN.. .. Blind BlootUoc.' Indita and ltablD Pile Ointment* pU...-rI$will absorb eat caned S ,. lea tronbl palaslntoln.with,pow./Wdabaok kldeyu and, (rolns bladder and *. --',1j';l\

just. thtr&y-two minutes and eleventest : .'the'.rutb'aboutourftvoedsectlon{ "a1" .H:. WLHURM'A$-" bsnS.enlelyI9s w..kty.. tsws N yI tb. (Timer*, alia! ,... !Lb.! itching'one, ela ata bladdcrf' Mar,.on. flabby apMtraiM. of tb. .. '::..1
William... "
ponltle. fastest rallef. 5505..piolatly aDder the .
.""1OUWn. r'"TtlbuUott'"blrC', .'.we ItDOW1\;; .;= '--i :! -=- -';:L.:+rx-TJ( ItOP ,.TO.."t ':" "'! ---.- root wonibe.: sulaW, .Indian File(Mnlmrat. Jn prepsrcO foe pllaavaati *- .4ui..w........,,-.t--J,_.yter,Will.Too...frctaal'11;Id..,.,. RI
' I ; : iwirnr e) the prlrato rU. Mold p .... .
r :i apo.l'lo4tofeel i p only'; by Uw sure oaoe.Iat bsrs
1, .. 14' ., ;r I . I I.JTodaj.we. .are In i, i ...' :,). ,_J: ...,..._ .Oieaola rbarntoy. and vf' tlxw' * rl.51Iu. .d '}, .cy'

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I 11eilBaiati\a Piano. "for ale:' .J.. ..Mr.l1j11soa,1r: ) . . The 'regular: fall term of circuit A. TBIPTO REMEMBER .

... Tifty court for Osoeola county. will. conveneDextTuesdar. . > .
' I. piece of new QlsKhans'just
1. 'J'f "
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-. : ; ;; MK; b. G. 'BtelTee ame'up from d.._ ,
.. Floyd at Xerboni; Is,the cash seller ow Lake Tbkopeksllga,
Nichols' yesterday O make the svoquamtance -
PUBIISHED': :EVERY FRIDAY; and the ehean MI."'". of his new daughterThere'were . OBwNO'' iLI-' Nov. 10,19t$., T.t
':' .- JlT= .Subscribe: for 1doCLTVtirl 6.II\De-! Editor Valley Gazette. '. ..
1 light fronts here Tuesday About, March .
60.cents a, .Gilbert. 10th. IWH/.Mr. TurIngton -
w,; _HRPtlm. .. and Wednesday mornings, bur we and,myself started. out in a rowboat
Mrs, J. P. PQX of Tampa Is the truest have b..rd.or no damage to the ten* so'flab in Tohopekaliga. I had r
of Mrs"H. C. Stanford this week derest vegetables. v
f' ;., w" : selected (In ray own mind) the placewe
OFFICIAL WKATHKA "...O"T. The home; Store are agents for the Duck shooting is sai'd to be fine down would do'qur fishing without, consulting ... .

ta.ntan.!"5.w..k endiag i Thur.u. ., .White. Star.JAQDd..,. .Phone.lM... around Hatobenehwcanal.. now. The 'Mr..Turlington. . ,', ,
DcY.a. recen'"coM weather has .driven them -So we started out 1'17'10 thmornng !
: for ., "
rolls of
malting- .cost, ,
Forty south In numbers. feeling as though the
large we O-iirl
: .. -- casb.r a. O .. Co..Boys'krHpenti. would : Hheof
Yin I- ; $ J3DW. Kisslmmd"Drug''Co". 'fire justIn winners and> not the fish: .- f'1'
I: t La : : Its ick '.

; ,plain'and receipt of a fine line of cue. glass ware, llncton baited the hook with 1 a-pounfl / .
erbocker st-le I at KATZ'a.MayorTi of beef and a crawfish ..nd. threw tbe
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such as vases, dishes, pitchers etc., S: !
....... .. .t.d: . Rnt :: ,,. 'M. Murphy spent" .. which Is being sold at ..1"low pi ices. line out from the back end,of the bo.t.\ !Goods : for Mend o.
fly ,
L ., . nesdar transacting-business-.Wede. After fishing quite awhile without success
f m. ....'"..... "'j ,. (III. gol.f lando. t' \ ; The Valley Gaxetur 'a..lreacor"; he turned the' fishing over to me. S ; 0 ;
..,.. .. .., spondent in every section of the oountv -
.... .. ..""'..... .;.::. .:: Col. P. A.' Vans Afirnewfspent, ta few .who will send la a brief resume of Paradise About that Island time to the we were e..he'rounding wind j : \Vp men a n' dChildrenIs'nbv-

-.h... .... '.'n' '.4e days in-TallabasajM "bll.wnk'oll business. the local happenings eachweek..- We -and Friend .
i n.noIIIr. was blowing fairgale, -' --
:.., .1 want to..uublish all\ the pews that, Isnews. Turlington being unable : :

}' .- -- Uons.; '.-'K.: 'Doryggan. and G. F. .;' I / boat, I was forced to, the managethe front S "' 0

:: fCrlbbs were prom", nt:visitors to Orlando ''The voung. ''oien of 'Klsnimmee' are I again I,pulled on south In the-broad I.i I.

"" Tuesday. contemplating the organization of a ruffled waters, and all 'the while 1 was, '-i 1,.. .
,' have lln stock'' a splendidline military company:and with that ebd .very busily engaged on different subiects for ** "

.4.f'j' lOCAl nfL of both pound'and box statloniry. .( in view Invite. all meet at to koep-FrleBOTurllnKton's mind open' your -- ate' '--.-
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'i: .-Klsslmmee Drug Co., ?. .*.' tbe Baraca clob-rooms tomorrow( Sat* From the big waves thatiwere: rolling.He .' ---

'Floyd at Pefrhorn Is ssllinir goods urday) night turned amend frequently, 100kl01l1 -. :

'cheaper) than any other merchant in Those people who send their money. back at Klssimme to see how we inspection :. : .r .1 ZZ .

..........-"" .. the county, See advertisement.We .. out; of town to mall order houses\ bad gone, and as be was doing this I I 67 .5 '
'1" are makintr"eioeedlnfrlT: 'close should not expect the home merchants was laughing/ / to myself but it kept me I
Orlando. ,
1 : 'Wa4e,' Tuner. : % prices on furniture for the next sixty and-business men to contribute when busy trying\ to keep my face straight; ;

Dwellings, for 'rent.,, apply. to.M: davs; for cash. 8.-C.: G. Bow. Oo. they want to raise funds to further* end up by the time.he looked around '
their schemes. or faced me. Presently I noticed him
Jx; "1'111.r.V ., Bermuda onion plants ,fords at pet / "
throw his chew of tobacco and -'
Ocala away ,
.. sale: W. A. Kallenberger of ; wis KA.TZ'S
; MSbaH's P.t.Lem.tor by-A 8. Sunshine Borne, Narcoossee. Fine, turn around once more to view Kisslntnee -;
here on a brief business visit this'week.Mr.
; Gilbert, plants and cheap nov.lS-2t and then looked' the wild
.. I : Kallenberger is a brotherinlawof over II
li' I New line of .phdt. materials for fall Our"fall roods coming .In dally. I County Commissioner J. S. Stlrst.ton waves and remarked "We are getting
"s Glad to have you inspect. them. outmost. too fart l'jrend Edwards.1But
fitwaists at KATZ'S.Lace I and prior to moving to Ocala '
KATZ'S.Use I was at tbe 9Ieel..nd Insisted
with his family.
curtains and figured )lawns'. Plank's Chill\ Tonic. Guaran I lived here Duzor 'the that we go on a piece farther. He I I"'I -
Stanford's.. Mr. W. ,I.. Van reports
at and _salledAnLoth.weold
cut prices agreed we
'rt. teed. Price 25 cents.. Sold bv ...u.draarlr..r sale of seventhou andacresof Landin '
" | For Bicycles, Sbanlbarger Or-. -- - .- -nll7-8 see thelandlng/ bear his orangegrove. '"
Ii. ::: and around Kissimmee within the . a .
.1.nd _.,...-- -- 11'- Stove. woojd delivered in town at past few days, the particulars of which 1 proposed we go on, down and : "

Next Thursday I..- Thanksgiving 1.00 per strand.1U .* we will give. in a later issue. Elghtr Friend Turlington cast hjs eyes over .
.n. KlSSIMMIE E.mtBKR CO. acres of this land was sold to Senate i
,y. the trouble waters and said, "A-a-1-I VVVVV
.*" White Rose cr.abelT1l&uce In 2-lb. Mr. and Mrs. Clev'e Outlaw returned Walker of Kentucky, who purchasedIt all right" So we journeyed on, and

i 'cans at R. S. Floyd 4t.Co.. Kissimmee Sunday rfrom Texas: torn!'.the purpose of building home when we. landed Frlehd Turlingtondrew - ' -

'1 6'I ," Home 8t.oreft1jteeDaeIlM, mean all where they. bad b en living for the past upon it. for his SOD.SALKS ;' a good long breath and said, --.....-.-.-.. .. ......---- .,

It.b.. 25 off on furniture ..Ie.. yearn AOENTJS) W ANTED.-I3o.00per' ."Well. we are beret and hungry. ...
'Iii say.want house papered or a The local market Is 'now well: supplied week or 400 per cent profit. 'All samples wolves. ,II" WHAT IT' MEANS I IA IYee ".
you your tf with beans, tomatoes, let ) stationery and art catalogue/ free. 1 bad' sons: grub in a sack secreted ,
made see Oeo. A.Gilbert; snap d.asst ka.w what O.rdW .
neat sign : s Baak't I. the Me race a.
: Instruments and tune, mustard turnipsand other vegetables We want one permanent agent in thislocality In the boat, and as 1 handed it out to kw.a.esak :fifers .. .ta and, .a.ww a l.r..:.:i. : .e
All kinds of for the largest 'picture and
him he realized be had been kldoapecl.'l BANK'S CAPITAL
> be had at; the Home Store.lug. SURPLUS aI.
can In America.
beings Robert" and Will Ivey have purchased frame bouse .ExperienceUnnecessary. or as he'r.m..rked. "mannaped.- I .UM fund that pMtoata ta.. .II ..... kit ......,.. the .
. R... A Jt*..Woodward 1 will> pfeacb ft.. Geo. A. Gilbert's soda fount We la.uct.ou bow to We ate the grub and relished it.rery -.--............'-1 c:..... This bank ...a yt.r. It k. taw .

& ?r bangle Oreek church'next Sunday at. and restaurant and took, charge lastMondav. sell our !goods and furnish the capital.If .. much and then,star ted on foot throughthe 4 Ca ,l..,;.... ... .tt..M>. ..... ....( M.OOO OD . '
\\\.Sp.: m. you want a permanent honorableand pine'forest to his grove.. We went ...,.,.. .... .:. . .'-'. >' . 111.000. ,
profitable position, write us today back _II! '. LLIWIY.... . .: .. ..: ; 60.000" .
.. Cut Glass Wars-Kissinmee Drug all througU grove and to.the ,
Co- 'has 'HjMt received beautiful Your Thanksgiving: dinner will be for particulars, catalogue. and samples. boat by 4 o'clock and *soon we were I ,0\.01.... .. .. ....... . .." ... .-"IJ ,I tt--
'T = Incompletewithout. a can of White Frank W. Williams Company back Kissimmee.FriendTLrltaeeonwasat :011
1 .100. on our journey to t kk tMtt11II.oeoaoMt Nr'7"
Jr' 'iSJJS Rose cr..nhtl't'lIee... Get It at R. 8". 1214 W. Taylor St.. Chicago, 111. t.he-o..H; """' 1&._..,.TOU. _
"TMr. S. I.. Lupfer'bas movedn'lly > ; f
: : Into Mr. Bearden's cottage next((4 Floyd' &_ Qj... "Mayom: "M" Murphy 8fy T y and the wind blew us out at.sea so tart I STATE BANK OF KISSIMME .. :
'pR-T." Butler's residence.M. Have you seen the One line of en express from Deer Lodge, Montana. took ne half an hour to get close to --or--- ::0-:
smelled iron beds at the Home Store. last week, a handsome hand made : shore again. Finally I made it, and 4 e
I ( _
M. Wuller the ..n.kDowo't.ur- 23 per cent.. off wbjle they last.' We horsehair bridle, and with It a letter we kept. close to shore all the way back KI IMMtt. IaLOAIOw. '_ ., a

pentlne man of Conolet, spent 8 slurBy pay the freijrbt.Ti from James Kirby.'who stated that be UD'were\ forcedto. take the-big I Gac&ItM..0... M. Ll/, .. a CARBON
transacting buslness-in townv I' ......... .... '
>e Christian and Missionary Al bad made the bridle while incarcerated waves.It I ' c.a.Ir, tr
Mr W. B. Maklnson of Kisslmme* liance"will bold services In the Christian in the Montana State prison. Be rot: so dark on us that we went by r,

Y' :Is up oa business._ Mr. Makinson Is church next Tuesday night. at. asked the mayor to sell the bridle for I trees until we got In sight of Paradise ,:

s .. one of Klsslmmee'e most hustling mertbaots. '{:16. Rer..Foster will preach.' him, if be could for SM, Mayor Murphy .Island and after passing it we had the I "'

.-Orlando ReporterStar.Don't Dr. D. H-- Breaker b...returned to does noi know Kirby but has city lights to guide us. I
send away for piano or an Klssimmee after spending tbe summer ptaoed -the bridle on exhibition in After we had passed Pardlsa island I Kissimmee Wagon Works

I :- /yean untllyou-hs/ve: talkedw'th us at. his old home Ravenel. 8. C. :Mrs. Kau's show window. and. wjH disposeof Friend Turlington went down in his I a'
' '. ...4bout it. We can do lust as well for Breaker is still. at. that place and will it. if he finds customer. who Is will jeans and.drew but his plug of tobacco ,
(Tj you borne. C.U..L b- Bome Store. follow later. Ing to pay the price. The bridle is a and said, "Now 1 feel like I can OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. ;'# '

A.w.UlIoe combs hair brushes handsome niece of workmanship and chew tobacco In these smooth water. ,"I
:" tooth brusbO.rubber of goods, In fact, Mr. J. J. VlnlDg, of Winter Garden Is made of horsehair woven In sewed and at. the same time called my attention Under New Management. with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date
: and Miss Eva L. Drlggers were '
different-color: to this chew as being the first he Blacksmith
at rock Horseshoer.All .
all kinds of droggine.undrles ..
married. the home of the bride'sparents. had taken since striking the .
bottom prices..' Osoeols JHbarmacy. .'Mr. and Mrs.R. D Prlrgers. ters. rough. w.-. '- r

Get your school supplies from the in this city. last. Monday night Judge RESOLUTIONSAdopted Everything went along fine from the Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work"and )Horseshoeing

'Klsslmmee Drug CornPADn..* W, R. Jobnsto. ,officlatlng. The Valley lime we started until we got. back a Specialty. -' ,.

arry a-full.line.and..If.they haTen"what -Paxette.. .extends congratulations.! ready to land and what happened then -L. .. ._..,. .1'
you want, will order it for TOO.fUad Miss Rebel Withers of Oooee who by OraiiR Blossom Lodge was almost too laughable to tell but "J'-

: the advertisement 'of D. N. was for i fifteen : ...\ presidentof "0. SO, .*'. A A. M. fearing Friead.Turlington, has not told ALL WORK. GUARANTEED TO SATISFY.. ,

M Frbyd who deals In general merchandise the Florida' Christian Missionary At. you about it, I will. .'!
a regular meeting Orange
: ,.at,Peghprn lie is selling- forcash Society,'was a distinguished visitor Blossom Lodge-No.-,-.*'. &-.A.. M.;:. I had tied the boat and got out on .I Solicit Y_r Tnd. and .
4 ,only: ,. but at'greatly reduced in town last Sunday While here held at their. rooms on Monday evenIng. the dock "D. lookingdown '- WilPtn &Y.'t; .O.-R.-u.QHNSTONaEH.FEN1NELL "

.:........prides.Friendship. a guest. at the Graystone; and on November. 18th the following resolutions Turlington I saw be was about to fall .
''" Lodge Knights of' PTthl .. Sunday afternoon met .with the M 1sslonarv were adopted:, .. in the wster'a1 he had let. the boat get r
will hold an election next Wed Society'of the local Christian. Whereas, The Grand Master of the the best of him and was 'holdinsr to. c

,''.;D..d.. night to elect delegates to the church in the parlors of that hot l. Universe having. been pleased to calj piling/ while the boat. had gottenout r... '

01'; Grand Lodge which meets Iq Miami At last mass yesterday banns'of from earthly labor eternal refresh from under bin leaving him in a M. :TILLER: .

pext Na", .. . marriage were published for the first menu; on October 10th 1908 our well 43-degree angle. He attempted to right .:

'I;' Wf-bare some g.od'chead dressers time between Mr. James HSlsteadManucy beloved brotherWalter Basi. Sr., himself by giving a quick. push to General Repair Shop : Real :' 4 'i.:
both straighten in the boat,. but as soon A : )
t.hlllt'ba.e never been exhibition, and Mlfi Susan: Ponce who during tbe'period that be was a up :1 jjsta tgcyRealty

and mutt go with the balance of the of this city. also between Mr. Harry.; member of this Lodge so endeared as he gave this quick push he,: j. ...... ........ ., _
- 'furniture.26 psr-c for cash. Joseph Regero and Miss NellieMa hlmselfJto us by .hl _courtety and affiblllty der the water lengthwise. He did not '
Shoes ,
The Home Store. rill LeI'. The latter.Is a resident. thathis memory will 'ever be groan orsar -a word, but'-quickll! Harness: and bought'and sold. \, ;,

< Oeo. A,"Gilbert has moved his family Augustine oUCissimmee.. boy.Mr.-St.Hbgero Augustine is 'a Record St. .cherished in our beans; therefore be crept I b..d.n up on the I could not to .laugh, Saddles Mended Houses rented. .....

Into J. R. Gilbert's cottage recent,- 16lb. it Resolved That'" In this bereavementthis and ...-we walked-stook, side by side Taxes paid and Titles verified .,. : .
It,vacated bl W. W. Bell. Mr. Bell 1 ; '
having moved. to Mrs..Ollyer'soOltag* We sole agents for the Co. Lodge Is deprived of an active, and not a word being I-bbuttd thoegbtIt Broadway;,., Nett "to Sunny i for non-residents, .
time to Inquire, so in and '
opposite Griffin' store. J lumbla Graphooliones and, recordsandcan zealous and painstakingmemberwbo .'. Fire; Ufe-and Accident.Jn.SuranceJj -. .
found out be hurt and this
show them to at thorough! imbued with the was not r +NF
< you anytime. was / pre- South Stables. .
Jr takencomruetelv
DldeC..m.ter.. was gave me a chance to ease off just a lit.tie y
We have now sam. of the new} Jept.Dd principles of our order who BondsJ,5, .
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.urpr.-ue. Friend ; ,
., by nightwhen double-disc, 10-Inch records' t.UD..OD evinced in a life marked by integrityand but Turlington could'not' I, Ijlndenr ty '.
,' on returning. to .his home he cardinal Masonic see where thlaagh was due-G11pr' ;: :1 .. . .. .. fit'
of : ;
old 1 ,
found a tfumberof friends bad. gathered both "sides tithe price one uprightness Give my regards to him. v -;.* -f" R QE S. LIVER'WORT sTAR .. --. ,.;
tune. Jwstout. Come and we will virtues and who presented not only to J I'
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: O: F-- IdDWARDa iPrizes
theret1oelebrateb1a19th birthday. .
his brethren but Abe community "
pi ".then for you.Columbia*-machines to the complet. mr. ot Coach Cold.
They'new county officials have reeelvedlnotlee have taken. first prize at every. an example and an Inspiration bet I Asthma and Broiwbllli and all Laniooniplklaund :
:-"- of their election from the exblbit4ovwberethey have been sbown.Agencv tel" deed..' "' ..... 1orCsbPprtbasers.At. ), ; Mndlaa-oonanmptton. I>)T.rwor Tar It Sprigg Fleming t

/-Secretary. or,Staterand''HI".DOW'e.lr8IL1nm..1J1I1c : ,.- yttheHome Stbre.'-*- Resolved7Tbat bowing as'we'.I do In wrirbe ea'I -another columd"ofthis. Wild tabllah Cherrr. -havo for'acM al randard manlalpad oon ie '.hraaedjr. .

.. op their bonds soss Mr,John M.'Townley with bis wife bumble; submission to' the Divine will paper ,1,am offering all staple 1&D: opium or baraiu .
to be able t January; 1st. 'i' and two 'children of 'Miami, spent; a 5L55' .Sold only by Oaaapl. .._..,." 't
day or so here this wMk tbe !fue... earnest brother a devoted acI bereD'. CASH ONLY. ,_As further' inducementto PRESSING -:
MrS O. VFranklin''gathered, the of Mrs. Jss Dale.' They vare on of Free Masonry and. faithful friend; the people l of the counry to trade at .

,tfruit from bis half-acre.lot..oear the their way toTu.l" Okla., where Mr. whose dally :life so.-clesrly.reflectedefundamental'truths my store. I have decided t.o'lofrer the Notice of.Application forTax Deed DYEING::--v: :

.'i, court bous4l this, week;'I'Teelq-con. TownIe expects to rnike.some investments > and..t.eoet.I. of following; prices to be.given away Jannary Under. Sections 574 and 575 ,
tains tbirtyywo'Lre.e:from which hs and will probably-spend .sonn our t,.. er&1L7.1; .:? "- loth to mv five largest customers .REPAIRING '
, <:' got 181 boxes of -orahgessu'averageof time.," -Townley Is a former 'roe, l- Resolved That: jwe sincerely, deeply between now and tbat date'! ' Statutes'V"v .

nearly Six;the t;*tl4( '- Idiot of Kistlmmee and his many old and affectionately\ sympathise. with his Largest customer Barrel good flour .. ,of Florida.. l .'

y The Sale flU 'DILYI' stlllcologob\ friends here were :pleased to. see hint ..aU tecS4tamU.'-ID-' sorrow reminding 1 Second largestcustomer. ,pr.$4 sboes. yollcf ,lii"hereby' jives tba' H./Co M&a
5Gibe Home Store-and-1M long;as a.blt as ,;well) as to, 'make *he s%. them that. He whontempersthe , 'Third largest customer side\ bacon.'Foartb ** ol.Tan CertUeat its M dated Us will be called ior.and returned. -

";.t.oe1'l.' be !5 per .1l.lD.. of bis exeellent: family' wind to the shorn'lamb looks largest ,.customer. ; .'1 dress Sad day of Iolr.'A. D. J oe.. baa' B'ad.tald r.. . t'

, ,.\ .;: "cent. off for cash;". Better hurry.1 Whaf The Woman's 1"0relllo..MI..loD.,. iowgwith infinite compassionv upon. shirt. .,-; ; eeitlBeate lu ny meta, and has Bade sppueatlon "" "
lots of goods but"we'cannoV find Society ,will"Lt.beir'week: at f them in the Hour of desolation: Fifth largest customer>> oDe 'pound lor tan dead M issue .In soeordaoea'' Satisfaction Guaranteed r

room: for.dl$ l',." Ask for.them. prayer '.beg ion Ing, .November, 23rd. Resolved; That. a copy of these resolutions .Tooth Pick tobacco.' ". / > r r; 5; Uwi Bald eartlBCaU, ..ambraoa ib.follbwlnctAMbed '
the "
.R-. The steamer Ullle, Capu Clay John* The following Invitation is> extended; deceased be brother sent to and'spro.d the family, in of full D.N,FLOYD. PeghornT'l.a dea property stlaatad' In Consuls. oonsty 'I -.F -- /, -- J-l LJ

son,' brought tap last week' the largestcargo to every body:* You are cordially, .. 'Attractive. Florida,lo-wlti ..' .
the minutes.kify .
upon Ladies -
of fruit? landed hereby any vited bv the F. M. 8.::to' join .them 'In ""* . 8s L. LUPFER Make It ., Beets Let aooln 4T" 'amit ofwaatarijeOTMLot eola-.tonrity.$ _

'steamerthis season-about thirteen observing tbe .eaion'of prayer 'and W; 'SOM f Klssimmee has organised/a brass 4, Blabk-1* of .... 8o\\ UinoclUta ,
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"'. : Roseada brought up. heavy; loads ..ofTrult. 29th there will be held In bet r '"- ,. nothing so unusual* Other' 'smalt Town of Klualmme City, and ran aoatk 17 .. Abstract t Company
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** : UJml"w:0.. ,... .nord.''4I ._ ...t ;
'; : r ::4"t: \: Methodist church- ay missionary and ,, ": cities get uo bands.But*tbe distinguishing Brass. Out IiO 4.. .

'. At a meeting of the Fraternity Hall thanksgiving service conducted by the A'i / point! about. Ktsslmmee's teat, north.t dacreea. w..M. :ad Past,aottth 43TheMld d .. '. .
' : J juil/lIng committee .beld lastMondayJt young people.....The-publlc .1Dylt.ed.t.o >&ln in"'yohrbad ..caos dby 8'bancLls-ihat' el htJadles'are: ,...-: .aiHo'aM, ":... -.rU.-4."" ,...: ........ :j) }f..BULLOCK..J'of. IrAOalr' ti: rt
out sod give us a full house, Undbeln* aMon.d
. y: < was Decided to complete the second come. stiff, jnusclesor'a strain is among the follt-t4ea cornet and ' '
ya" story .along the other parts ef Manager Paul Yates, of the, W" B.MaklosonCompany's lumbago an thing, to get rid>>f. ,Ballard's born players one of the two clarionetplayers 'ot ocb ..."llcaur.1P' tb mtamfotJ ,. Real ......t.eI 1 ,. __ .
easy I '
.. .::,the building, dad. --Contractor. ,Ellis packing bouse.lias Snow Liniment cures rheumatunr, lumbago is a lady and ,so Is the snare U.. ; MPfsno:. Titles examined and reported oe's
*-. ;war-'ib.tructed lot divide' It up Into Introduced aa innovation this season ; sore and stiff muscles, strains,' drummer-tent\ ladles I among the ,,.eDi Oolaaa said 'eertlfleaM shall ... em.4aeoordlog r Taxes paid for non-residents '...,'" t

"' """omceroomsaccording to the plans In the fruit packing business with sprains, cuts,. barns,"bruises, scalds ty-three performers, A .good band Is 'to law, tax died IrIU...... aria Instruments relating to real.. estate. ) ."
;;\-. and specifications furnished him bv which be is highly pleased. Heretofore and all aches and pains. You 1 need. always a great addition to the life Ofa oa LbS I'M day ot ovambar, *. ?. 1 ,, I carefully drawn V ; W

;.-..,, the committee.i fruit packing has been done ex. bottle. In your bouse. 'Sold by Rober-' town,. and one ,..1..1i..o m an,. lad Us Wltaaaa my1 official signature' and Mat tills the Correspondence Solicited. "'}

i'> A mtddle-sge'3 widower. of good' habIts elusively by menand hoys.'but.. this son's Pharmacy among its personnel should be 'Very Vrd day of October. A, D. IW*.' '

.,'. with two boys, aged SsacTlO vesrs, season Manager :Yates decided to give ;. '" .t.WacLl.-Tlm.-Uoloo. ssat) O CUrk X. L.LE6LKY Coors ; :... "
J';: jdeslres; the acquaintance of a lady not the opposite sex a trial and bItS employed Floe duster Oranges. . Circuit HEALTN-ANDIVITALITY', 1'1'MOTTL
Mrs. Jss. Broneon -.MI.... ._ A.Halra Breadth Eacap. Oaeaou County, Florid*. ..
.C\l'M with no children-object .
t M-"c" \ Ny' 'consists', matruvony. ? of Belle Iven-Alice-Tiner, Hester Tmlthand Mr. N. C. Bryan secretarv 'of the Do -yo. know that. every. time you By M. U. BULLOCK D.O. NuavINgPILLSw
v, property Waters Carson Co....has cold and let it Ta tvaat Iromatnd lonM-rantorttive tor.... t
whom Grocery have .
, ;;: atnall apWr2-acre bearing grove and Jessie Cornell r all of arcfasfbecotnioireipert a cough or run on I ' sad woman. prodocea atranntb a..*-'iUlltr
i acres in city lots. QT-particulars packerrand if ITIng pLcedonexhtbitioDttbadrayetona thinking' 4t will jya.cur.Itself-vou-areinviting ..' .iNotaceof".FinajlDilcharge.. -f buildaDpthaayiumatd-r'pew< the normal1' .'", ,
4Inrratietter.Add entire satisfaction. Ho el-a' cluster'Of about two dozen pneumonia, consumption or f_. for aaJa br Oacoalk fbarmaat I SYnuUl d
", : s>!"Confidence" NottoalanartbrcHan to'nil whom K awe eorhoarn II-Oe box.I bout for .SO.. +
large all on,one sm">ill stem; other .trouble Don't per in v
oranges Some pulmonary
Orlando Fla.: < r '}
While the I will tot :
Lc corning up river last Friday that aU mantas afwt date praaant . '" '.
Mr. J "
which grew on ; risk it. Put your lungs back la per- '
: The FlorWa'si..1AI Fair Anoolahonwas his 1fl.Bt.aa'I'pl&C. Jade of Oacaoto Coaatr. hi.oOkll ,
> on return from Bassinger, '. with e County '
; reorganized. Tampa a few days Capt. L.' E.: Mi xof the steamer1<< Ju..- near town.-. *f i :i-. yi>, .5, .,- Ballard' Syrup.cough/ Price 'TI..illiinMjni. |.m, neeonnta and ,.tt1.i..-. ..G.... fF.-KHXpBS: : : ,. .:
a. .
....*..' ;a go. T. J. L.: Brown being .again nits, shot. and killed. One buck from notice to Taxpayers.\ ., 25c. 60c and Sl.OO ber bop le. Sold by ..u... wKhtnj flnal. rayon and ask for a &paldlachanr -- =; .\
1 '?' elected president and W' F. -Stovall. the deo rbf hll boat. On the trip down notified that( Itobcrson's ..ndmlnlatrntor of tha.-eatnt of AnntnI. : f .
Taxpayers hereby a Pharmacy. '
;. .;editorof the--Tampa :.Tribune:-wag Captain 'Minx': reports that he saw discount of 2 are per cent will be allowedon -.' / .......... jMiaiig,l tyof..ld.ouut.. ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. +!

"," chosen secretary and gensrat1' mana ouite a number oraeer,' and shot two all state and county t.' be To Teephone! Subscribers.. July Jat.1901. 'om:r" PARKZL (

. ,, ;'ger.Announoenieut 'is- mad. by the. down but they were'out'que'a-dis; { Deo 1st.' ,C."IT BA ? ta.&aJ -.. -'- Office In .th'-GoAI''muse--Kls. '
fore NUT, :
'. '!new.pfflelals that arrangiments for Lance in very high weeds and"he filled .' ... Ta Collector. .rA' new; andcomplete directory- 'will) .J -': r_
.. 'paying all 'premiums for the last ' to get. .them the.""presumption"being \ be furnished 'lour patrons. November1st ;'For Sal.; I II 'simmee, 'F1 !rida.,

are now In progress/ and that the outlook they were only wounded and managed "; At't'f sb.: after which all calls must. be made I .Bookkeeping and' business, forms 'With whom will\ be MI.; cI l1ct'1.D.&be

\\1, 1>.. for. the next fair are very,'prom. to .scramble.away in the''weeds. lit; : \ by number.. Please bear this in mind I scholarship In -International Cor trial ,uH. ..he'.low drm .of tf
It,' ising. .?"l'be dates for the coming faira.e sari he .saw at. least. ,, 'do o 'deerabngLherlnrbankson . .Velvets. 'worth'l. /and ,1.6.; I.r necessary,In giving: re.poDdenoe'Sobcol.} -. Will ..l1ebe.p . '
i <:. been "set--for-'-- February: Bra' to. bis trip. dow now-gotn: ''''at"75c.\/\ Braids .dbeaVLtrvice. r ..- r '- ;. : (or cash.: Box: '2t\6. ttis.lipmee, fla.- ,. .w, k.Weslo r f.:..of_ J- -1.J -

"", fr** Tnonai. -: -'-: -- :. -and-backv-; .. S. '. $r.XMJ, bunch : -.: KlSSDOCEE-TEUEPBOlf EIf : Lb. : +."aovpot: .:.uL r r !..':''" '7::":. i=- .. Orlando ',,.F; -" .
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I _ t- : v- ._ : 5Yr p.9fJg't :
When Thankhglvla .
buying the'' : t.L I v
4. turkey have -t '."b\tcher remove the A

n leg:, Slnewe,, as1 this' 'wll( tender the r t r+ }fli atfl r
f dru sticks tender. and eatable? It can .L.LI
t r f ,bo 4one with a fork, but It U dlQcult. I

_ Pit( .tW!),, tiyblospoonhils, '- of alcohol I// acts ontyyet pro, nptll:
1 n a.saucer, Htttyt nnd over It slogs the
ilrd.\ .IIch.botter:tuanpaper II I 1 .on t\jb) wes

: !Ljt";doeg. not blacken,, lhg..eklI.Cut Ib.! ./ ectuallly "
: e s em.eJJ !); ,
I off'010' feet Below, the Joint 3-1 i. '
Y : ; ', .-.' c-. '
fter rosullds.the'Jacsed. bones can j. I ' asst''S one in ovOrc om' ,"' '
,'" A Glance In the Future; -
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a ,broken off, leaving Jho leg euds ,
white. ,1. w .1 Tbeylell. u* the"Krt.engine'thrilling> kaUtual constipaTionf i !
o r .. ':" H Will aoon -be a thing of I the pant; J .
., hwdd J IU glories of nickel and Polish a\ :Cut off tiler n* close to the bill 1 Aside in the scrap heap be cust. \permanently? lo get itstQLfirts t tf
,y \ end at possible. Slit the neck skin ((17he| hose will bo 1 coupled bv firemen :

_ r a. . ...u, .....EIUsu.liu!: lJ Jn.IJ) -CJLUlUictuuEJ.) .. -along the),backbone":-..afar-as -U e>- '.To Syh high ut3uL-lhe'3'vhole pressure.. ; salt Collllllllrn,..ftt..... main;non s,, { f hutlto S.

BhoiildersV .Drat. back and : : .
} pull out *' With. never. thrill for their pain. .
am very sorry Victor to think w
the crop and enuine.tanulacttirod.' ,
4, theneck el ; were such a glutton. Aro ypu i Since customs are 'passing and changiu:1
; : : flap a ; ) .aorry .yourself thAt. you. ate ao, j Of old habit, .'lngLUghe knell, !\y t no. ?
) V ill mini.lera'alter their methods ,
buck.jeavlng, turkey I TO be in..,'(,o'danClB a* well?. ,
TMe mother V-ttuBO I 'hadn't any j {fill soniebody. snatch ifa from' burning ALWORNIA1IG
-- e-ft for g.When I coimn-that-newCTft-snd, -'
niiqce- p.le..Harper's dny
a '. ; .iVitlmut any picturesque funtitreei CO.SOtfl
THANKSGIVING BERRY. bone. Insert i In > cninmonplace wa,. SYRUP .
all the j -bieLandburgh. Wilson, in / "
J TIIANKSCiVINC.f>i r --......,.. UCCC48. BYltADINCJ f8UGGt313 I -S0t r.fllIiTLLtABBIr1ED '
B/ Evelyn Price caylty. / .
Cahoon '
j largest organ .........- j 7 ( She Situation:). .

kneo-deep In sphagnum the sand and In three years froiji> ward. Cut prayed( aloud his thank, and man'heard "Boys will .be boys.*! oYEgTIBEMENr
s .. I went. It was In a ")low about gh'lst"
the ,
rooting arorprJduring.rult like the moving '
when lio PHRHOJ forth from the houseof .
bog In Northern native plant: This Is ono nietftod\ of amine the prayer ." l '"011; they' Havo: to be whatever u.. t r \ ....'. A !> II e'A'rdnliit 4't'KK. .jy ,
t' i .'liAI. ..o.II". CAVAKICHAt. .IM.I.V t .ti .. Tff
Minnesota. The cranberry field planting setting thev little all bits of the upon Mn face Kin secrets hare fashion dictates."-llotr. tou Chi-oa- } | ( ,.....And <'alar.h. Trill '"-amrllbri'
//oves' the sand so at a IItUe'dlslallcothe bunches of well as.the theme who met him nigheaV and Iclo. mill J/sc 91\tJ.lln.'J.-.
fi M\ twigs something I ICJIB tban4&loot1I'J'1lrtlllrovert1fe __ k.! with : lUA.EDI"II>> \! .
ought pain i "
,jacqTnos Made a fretted...nhal let' - - .
a Held: the had foal them of the !.l' .
from the, hot W tnber sun- for the method properly year reign it 110\ no time for blinking when ruin .
Another practiced Is to cuta If and eorrow on this earth of our Modern Saying
) stares a man In tb. face. ,
plhe tree also lover'the. sand. I
quantity of twigs Into needed Is .to '
lain t.ce the mnile.of I "Yes!!, he B as Independent! : as a ho:;; 6NAVAV '
Closq. around there was only a pieces and scatter then broadcast a wet cloth. upon( pence Till!: uu1:1I.1r1aKK, '
he held! communion clone with Uod on ice. .
waste of spongy moss overlaid with a like wheat and harrow them In. just'above'the' loved the world and all wh.--n l it For 1909 ready NoVi ISili, tlfffjrer and be*. C
growth .of cranberry vines for tnlfe I, trod "Say. rather as a hog .on an end. trrthanever. by mall 115 oen a, 'on news'tanda is
'In these well.
cultivated- fields where Put a ;
thoa'e who him .nd--".,seat."-Plttsburg Post. age One copy tro with WOBD assWorse
was the dried bed of.what had once the berry is protected!. there Ja.. no under the thought how }fair pet smiled monthly' magoclne at .t a year*
been the upper end of the blue lake need of picking before the fruit Is body csVltjj must be to him-nnd atraight- bodern-Alethodv WottD 4XD Woan'rua. (,'0., I'M:: Luoiutbtreef '

we could see glittering In the sun. ripe, so It la not g&thered until.crim- latter together way there bt. Louis Uo. -h

} Tbe cranberry?"Is particular as to son In October. When the early ., in their heart. a glad thanksgiving "The babyjas something the matter Running water helps to' run the .'

t Its home. It must be sandy loam- frosts of September comer on, the j A trussing hymnRuth! Sterry, in The Criterion. with 'his atomacu." farm.
never clay. It does not object to a I "How do you ktfow" -

I flooding on the contrary rather likes "BecRMse we had !It )J nUeu,out and flicks' Oapodlne. Cures 't.f'ad..1e'.! .

**lt-especially In 'the fall when" the 1 I,exlntlned.Lite. .. ..... .. .Whether from <...Id, Heat Stomach, oe't
Mental Strain Acetaniliil' ]
No .
or danr
... ua
hard frosts might nip the berries, and .;it 'l J -- .drut. It' I qlltd. Kffeule, imnieuiately.- ,
the flooding prevents the freeze. liar Not. 10o., 3Sc.. and BOc., at drug atnre .'
But the does tlke "fhe ,.g,., .
cranberry drainage Yellow' people In the uext flat have a The birds that eat the bugs shouldbe ;
and so roots Itself Into sharp noisy dog." protected.

FI sand along the seashore or along the -SUJun! ) Why don't you complain" TETTEK1NK UKLIAOUBTimm oVBL'a '
borders of tho Great Lakes In Obio.'MI'hlganWI8conllln "' We' Tiavs" "
Daby. Louisville
LJrow-nnuCs t ..Is s.un>,_ andapeedy ave. ,
t' Minnesota. } Courier-Journal. for ecK nia7t..tter,akin and aaalp dlaeaaes

Along the\, Atlantic the cranberry !7honk JoarnaL"I. i -- and Itching pile,. JSndored. by pbyatMane l ;. ? _
; 'I' nrajnod thousands wlicf have .
bogs have been made much.of, and ( Uoth"Why Harp.'jJ., by
;i : cultivated to tho betterment of tbe 4 Fragrant soot hi 1 off, nnllMtptlo." OOo. at ,Ji" "
} ," Bald the city man, ""011 druggists or by moll from Jr'i1. HSTBrraniBr -
berry both In'slr.e and flavor; but f 4 Roar ,, don't talk dialect.! Dept. A, Savannah 0... .';
alone tha norlhoru part. of the conn .w "
4 try the wild berry only Is found 'r inIe1' ''ILat "And you, responded the farmer" CAUGHT A .SEA BAT. .
"seem to know a cow from a silo.
Tbe berry Is wild and the place ,'.
a I wherein It grows In often wild. Miles 'yH1'3 >! ; Washington Herald Strange Flan Taken [In a' Seine Off ?

and miles that have never known of o Qg>od North Carolina Coast., .
A Promising Scholar) ;
civilization' except
: by the woodman's : in One of tie rarest epeclmens ofctheAsh
"Is be
axe, are dottel here and there -. precocious Ills
with I ,
: studies?" kingdom known to waters 'co. , _
plats of marsh
land overgrown' with
tlguous to the North Carolina coast ,
wire-stemmed vines that produce I I ITlIANKSGIVIN' Docker-"Ye he has already -L
was captured In 'eelntr at Mason '
I broken three ribs arm' A
what was once called- the crane-berry. I au .and a lee. oJ'' I
because of tbe resemblance of the .farmer aa a measure of protection, ing needle MOTHER'S MINCE PIES, -New York Sun.. boro Sound' Monday by William ;
't' floods his ; a fisherman. The fI.b. -whleh .
dower to tbe head of a crane.,. The field by a system of Irriga- Have ready i/ -- ,
,sine Is hardy or it would not wlth- tion similar to 'that In use on tbe I In about -) Day ia almost here; _. A Illrsnte! Metamorpliosls.. was) bndnght to the city last 'even
brings back time when I Ing U what U called "the bat" .
arid sea
plains of the West: neck flap over
z stand the rough usage\: of those who -..., would dream of cranberries, The Questioner-1 hear bis wife Is
season and It is
This Is the when on clear with a stitch a perfect reproduction' ol a t
ruthlessly uproot the vines In a care- turkey and of pie I a brunette but'I thought be married
;las effort to obtain the fruit still nights "As busy as a cranberry Turn-'tbs to mind a memory- a blonde." leather wing bat on a \large scale.
merchant"?comes to hare a meaning; under the fowl. -that can never fade- The flab, I. about fifteen Inchee long
Whole The -
families a time go out to of eating Joker-'He did but sheAyed.Iloudon
f< the owner field must hustle me pie- and about thirty Inches across Weback.
vplck the-.berrlaa by the- bushel. The !jf_ La_ pie that uotMr nude. Post '
plant blossoms In June. Ih Septem- around and get all the little'squaresbetween Run the ... to
ben the Irrigating dltcbes flooded through the atrange state it bad a thin ')0..
7. although the berry Is still a dell- Deflnrd.Knlcker .. (
Date a foot and a half deep before he can and coming mincemeat mother used, she mode, Ulreadllke tall ,avbont fifteen Incites - pale
green, the swamps are Inwad.d meat cannot buy -"What la a uoral awakening
: go to bed. the second you ; In lefagth i and on eaVJi: side of the. I ',
tGr.tb.I'ule Is-"First neverhad a cook-b lr--wltftt-: *"--' - -
come The berries that raised cap turn rear appendage<< were -tw6 perfectly
',first served" or are on stitch mixed thing for her pie. .
perhaps more listen
prop- Bocker "When -
I erky. "Finding's Cod have' the name of.belDIr. In sice I the same bone. raisins she was liberal; ywa can to formed gloved feet- with a, /smaller''
1 keeping- .- as little'tboys and flavor' the beat produced. Next and tie juicy raiaina, too; the alarm clock go off without swearln diversion' :rtoavingthe exact .P e_* i
; say, .. smile u I devoured pie: ,. ,'. -. ;."-New York Sun : }
+ are valued those raised In New Jerseyand long hanging 'aaeM of A tbumb." other part
) beltli.e- '- "
tor( many a family, In Its first year aa my grew.; , "" : /! I''
\ 'Of settlementntbe"burntover| land New York. But they are all need ,. 'of the bad ;.mlttened.-The- mouth 1
l( the ed. font takes five hundred tbousandbu.beli Push! the ry < llnd's Fault. ' > of ,the strange specimen was about, !

berry among crap,,northern together pines with that this of cran-the to carry the NaUoa. through take a second mother'a( .inlr Day )t.i -aim'long"since ben,.. >-. ,w!,',,'( 1' iWlllIei. :,, (studying his lesson)-"1pay'pa flve Inches across and on. eachside: '

blueberry and the wild red raspberry tbe jubilant mor tb'of'Noyember. and thigh bone-; the day gone brtnge; juicy piea;' ; where does the Oshkosh rise of the mouth or the under aide "oUie t"C. '
provide. the, only of somewhat over another five hundred needle under '. homemade mince. and Into what (Irer does it flow?" body there'were five' 'rstralners' '
supjly actual stitch Day! I wiah that I _ Pa-"I for.get"jnyson.Vlllie ." )0.
.cap". to last the rest of the year. pass or holes) through whJci the flihIs
-'i; legs and-return have acme falry'e aid, -"Well, then to. the **
The Western wild berry Is higher her summon from the peat I morrow said to rid Itself of refuse product;
colored but smaller and of not quite part.-Atlanta mince pie mother made i I teacher-will lick: me because you for. resulting from the forage It picks up,.'

T so delicate flavor and is all bought got: about it." at the bottom of the seal The .top'

t ( -- sa up out ..West.: of the fish was a dark slate'.oOkJr \ <

\VhQ! ever heard.qf Just the right l' : An Impossible COR".r atlon. and the .under part of the boJ'! ..was'. '
4xr .3 kind of Thanksgiving without cran- : :;: "Things look blue for Yalevard' this white ;' r

aerrlesT And the Thanksgiving eran- fall." One old negro flahermon.more Ihan' "

: berries, like the Thanksgiving!! : turkey, "Why you have plenty 'ol good 70 ''years of age: stated.that,this :-WBs, .. ";

: : lasts In well-regulated homes for two football material. only the second epedmen of the sea t. s

t or.,three day.__ __ But .bat-be nei.-Jt--ia--IIIa4ct. a
we're!_t yingJo|! strengthen ; =+t-" ;- -. ; ;

,' I remember I dodged JODC a recur- our debating team."-Washington., ,perlence as a ftahefm., ':{\Th,..ped i.
rence of the lett-over turkey tw.o or Herald. "

three da-aner "Thankiglrng| ? by h tf : -. /. .VI..WARD STARTAfterCMoglsgrom .' .*. '

going tb a frlondVto luncheon. And .r "tVhj'Sbe Ld6gheL- '- ----. CoQea':-to Posy: -f."

_ what do- you think she had TurkeyPink' . ... \.. .1, Wlstress-,-You 'seemed, to be enjoying -, A ''tuinw-, : -: :

.will. Turkey tell' how again you leI!. '. :./' 'p' / . 4 r ., yourself last eveningBridget, Many, a ;talented--gerioaback .J:1.J:1t.
I she, mart it. for it ,.'J'" ' .r ' '.... ''. I'be.rd.laud laughter In the kitchen.. Is Ofr
was good.. She put through. colander .,: "f 0/ ',,,rc', :';.;. .the cranberry-sauce left from "" "" ." coffee with,jtbe nourishment the
... '. iI h man cousin was after droppin' In to r of t.
the turkey dinner, added to U a '. body. .
r .
,.. tell me.of meuncle's'r
spoonful of gelatine, dissolved, stirred l . 'f i', .'. Dasar. This is especially,so with,,those, ,

In a cup of chopped turkey meat and ,'. whose nerves are ..rT..e sltl..;, as Is! h' t el

ay set to harden In a mould. When coldIt Theo ". ' often e eaa.wltbtal.nte4'perlOnLr: i

cut,like.cheese.;" ._. __. -"Wbe'n be J There a simple easy way to get rid." ,
he good
was poor was a
The' luncheon .closed with large "of coffee evilsand a.Teon.'lady'a.experience : ; .

_ . ' Cranberries, candled like cherries and I PICKING CRANBERRIES"' TOR- 'THE:"THANKSQIVINCl- n"NIE.o, 'poef'. but was prosperity that?" ruined hlm.n.How ; along these line*'U worthconsidering. '.
'Father '
? lnothet'and'children ""-'
.. .
hurry equally; .. good.MISa.PERSUlMOH.. 7.She ssys;" .* I
"As soon as he began getting a dbl. *' ",
each morning.Into the marsh, where TUB NATIONAL DIED' PUNKI.V rIB.- "Almost from'ths begins of the'
tar' ,d
a word be wouldn't stick ,
to the *
,all but the very youngest spend,the us* of coffee It hurt nr stomach, By '+f I '
kq day picking wltb might and n,in. It On lamprevs stewed let gourmets din.. Oh. th' luck th--h; ; 'livin' Words.meter."=Insisted i-tioulsvllle oa Jamming In ex ra the time l.was a.U"D,1 was almost _, 'tis

?. U not delicate work, tbl.Jlc\lnc. Their palates keyed with caviare' Long about good old Thankagrrra'" C urle ourna1. nervous.wreck,."-nerves ,all u'nstrd&eV
:. d' Toward pheooanU stuffed let aome incline, + ,. r1.
When III. for .. - .
Tbe'practiced hand ntGi the fingers, Or juicy tid.bits from ihe- bare crop yoa'Te etriren no strength to endure the most'trtT.;

;e carved'jipward and-spread; rakerllke, Let others rave about. rare ; Wuen ore th'all autuinn'a safely gathered harvest t>y. ,An Old Tal' tat thing,:either'work: or. fun! . .,

'ii".t ...... tbe' wiry brancb.,' and tben .Rich Yen eoll io-hoidly with JraYi.* murky Is of summer's ,golden glory story, There were' rumors ;of' ;'grate',laHades. ""r'Tbersjwaa scarcely' anything, I a';
'" My choice.$' 1 declare-- ;
'..'" draws them upward. rttatnlnc! the A tender, plump Thanksgiving tlark.f' .,... Them .)'ou''re'feeluv hunk an,-yoursPunk Ii. could bat that-would agree wllhnW:: ,:, 4" r

.".-;.... green-white berries.- but allow- ,, - -._. .--or. 'p...:..wants" Ul1n1] panlda "_.I ._.- ,'__., .awas-te-"Tbis.road.declared gn.frctlgn'; ;* Thajlttl did eat...mell 10 gly.metl

..,...,. lug the' tiny flake-ilk. Igsvertpj1 Let some laud ham thafi drenched"' in wine tn Piel be-pavedwlthgoo4lnten"Examlne'the_ ' o"--tmblrtb&Jr.1t:1raa.worth-: ;, =
II back rouga7 A smart 0rd0t.1JIIOft'the'rib'th.t'.aLPt epare1 - - --'----- y w '
picker quit coffee and
can drank
;. : those that dwell beside the Rnina'ChOOM : hot watvr :1
gather several ,bushels a day,"and -, '. the bologna for their share; Then( tbin.-there odon oozes from th' kitchen, *-, 'Weln" ,- but'there' was solittle' food 1 [1

tf.." i tbey sell at about a dollar and a bait Let Presidents pursue the bear That} they set your so noatrile bewitchin ilehia an' pat material." -Arethese could, digest.; I was literally starving.,
.. or two dollars a bush Tln the And write thereof an manner clerky; twinkles in good Intentions T. -Loulsrllle Cour. .was ao w.ak'1 could not
grocery :your eye. ; alt.up long ,
JJy choice 'ie 1 declare .0))
':' 'ait the nearest town' From here they ;;;; k A tender Aa' you know, ih' thing tonnentin'/ ler-Jourtial.-. at a time. "" .. -
Mia Persimmon fence :, plump Thanksgiving turkey.Some . ..That yon ketch youreel.tin' y .
YO' ,'Jlped In crates to the city and One November day. -la a joy yourwife'* inventin'reel Thank. :"It waa then a friend brought me a Y
;:J'r. when they' finally reach Ube 1I0u..- Said aha didn' see no ..eauTo for the fat opoarom pine givm punk e.1'ankiu The Horsemen. hot, cup of Poaium., I drank part of
: And seek it in its Bouth.lair A 4
t f , at puffin' ; P- U- .11 veterinary surgeon pronounced a
selling twelve and a half anwcl't'l The canvaaback with line It and after an boar'I felt .. though
jelly r
strike Piel bunter to be afflicted
'MIIU a quart four dollars bushel. very yo with an Incurable I bad
or bad .
a A-disposition bad- Proves to some appetites a snare; something to eat- felt '
?e-.-'. ,tx At this and at the blueberry season So m..eran' so vuckery 14 p .. Some hold the daintiest of fare You don't wont to wait a minute disease. ..strengthened. .'Tllal _ai. abonlLnveyears \ .
'i pt3.lntgaia on-the remaining reserva- Dat Mia Persimmon had..JaekFro. . The little ricebird pert and perky;, For a chance tq go ,,'in it- "What bad I better doT" Queried asp;; and'after Poeturn "Ii-
..' .. _ _JMyJ ehQlcVje-Mdli_I declare-_ the. to his_ continuing .
-vuonran-anOWecl'tCT1e&'ff't1Ur'l" kaeomeFakwlr H -3ya.ttositozrusesdownlslt'IIlpleeters --it- owner yroom.._ .. :.: "
; 'j' : : ------- -In place-of .
'- Spied Miss Persimmon u.plackerin' ._ A unaarIlump.'rb.a: blYinc turkey. eogeermna-gradue.: ";. .
:rt.- : pick and sell.tbe berries.::;.They arefecklessIn.their A- ao aharp aa' strong,, "'"' Feel like you up could your final eye. seven,' "Well air, was the reply, "con getting stronger, today I e&1Jt and -
;;; !":. picking as.indeed An kissed her fair and saaan! O Epicurus. I divine; Tackle nine an' mebbe levent scientiously speaking I' should part digest anything; I want walk aa maeb.

ju some of th. whit..;, aDd .have ao De' autumn leaves done laugh to gsylJ ;. j. 'Your choice might seem both queer, sad But Jut one would make A heaven if its with him' to" another geatUman" ",_ 'as I.want. My nerves are steady. .
tumblln"-rum de tree.' gdirky reg-lar Hooaier piel ,
Dey's J. ; Tit-Bits. .
....i"'" regard for the life of the Tine., ,Many 'Ca_ Mir PersinnrtOh sense oat day And so to you 801 Pl1-'. UnVinPunkin '. "I believe the first thing that: did

\t.a: sort,of pronged stoop.whlch Ja sweet as ahe kin belWaahiagtpa- ,- .>- A tender!, plump tqhanlutitiYinJl turkkyiArchib f ,PieL t' me any good and gave' me an, upward;> 'y
'. "'they run under the stemsr'ralslag np Star. .(- k Ccombie! ,_in New{ York, SunV Indianapolis: << News'.. Public Spirit. start.wss.Po.tum and.t use it altos k

.p? the fruit, but also unfortunately; drag- 3- "Why" can't .I have. eggs for 'sup getber"now.. Instead of coffee."" .

-F : .glng wp the vines by tbe roots.Jtv .'-, ' perT JThere' a Reason.- " ;.

.Along the'Eastern coast 'as tM't "Youcan't have eggs for supper." Name given Postum Co.,-JJatu..S 1, j
,, berry 'became scarce': and the price"S'proportionately answered the.* landlord the Plunk Creek: Mich.: Read **The Road .to}t'We11v111. :

blgh;'. the':' thrifty i Title House, because an affinity gen, !!." la I>kC.. 3 a
Yankee set out new plants In-tbe. old tlsman.1 going to lecture afllnltter. ,... firer read , ': .
theabove: telteri' ,d; .,
at the town ball :* -
.: It Is eaally done, for' the ..tenM.5ootreadyrnply to-night. I presumYypirnttve .. ..:newness ippernarotwtlmetotlm.r '
thrust.ln ,; some'publf .plllj :rT_i ,'"" .' .. ', '"
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his pencil.hi
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',. ., . --;; .. : grad__ Lloi: )_'1'1tta..IW tke, < r, ; (; tbe'.tact .that- our' ,Watem is'g 'adsd *! wantyon'to'. writ a- play' rof meImmediately" ; t \ paint and using hI. elbow M a pivot; ,. .

h ELOQIiICNT.Y ri 8UMOAY,8ERMON: -iYTNE' largely: toward the university' It ed. .' V L r lad Ju.t'clrawn'. P rtct, circle. "

' ucatlon gives life it should give more, "1 can't dolt until I cet'rlel of. some OILED ;; \ ."&.' his line Italian tiaadf ,e*

: REV; ,H. MARTIN P14.D life to..a ,greater .number of Individual 'of 'my-. present contract.** declared looks beUtr-weor logy'p' .Claimed the enthifsIaHl bystanders, OPERATION I

; : "t t.-r ''It. !.? ,lesus taught that tbe ninety. the successful dramatist:."' '"1 already andgtvt I more '''Thereafter, M we. learn, tram tbs . .
.J. \ 'and that wlthln th bend ;
safe *
were. each
with : Use
veallLIBrookiyn.T.su0daj on a.: bo4$ comfort cyclopedias, QlolUv 'inoveJU-lii
\J SibJecti "1'1'Ab told.'eo"la not furnish for, .
excuse .
: ; -an and dictate with mr 'mouth. -Washington 'tcosC exclusive': ar't'etr6fes.CbicagbTribune. : '
; .It.- the ne lecW( th..oa.that away. .
was upotiernsyet
.t :. .
Herald. Jorge ., .
\ .
.. With' these talngi In mind should we > '
: J: morningin ; rest content. -with-that system: ? Vo Urlve Out *lalarU and Band O j&l "kindsTRAOBDT 4
Church Chrl.t"DI.cI" | > ov good
/ thaKtrst ; saves ,the due to"the neglect, ot. the, '
"I cI .'t knew wtetfcer'! to take uo
,' rtl>e : R T. ninetyAnd' nine? tbettysiemTak ( 3.COLD .
.plcI .Rllglon"artd'LUe. SlfUfRs '
+ !
',! i irn. l'b.t::&.eDleached o" t To..produee-auch..a ,result. no one .. ike. i4' 8uuWd tlaoWs iTASTBV. [VtavwNgt- .airship, or a' autimarlno, said theamtkeur'ltrentOt. 1 i"Ju
'' The text'was'.from: .John tMW.TosiU,, Yen know what <
cause Is adequate.. It has been' frequently tens yoe '
1010-1; : came that they. may hove said and with truth,, that.. becourse.of _-.,. __are t.ktngThformula U *.Imply* edci tar ew0s ,.SpwfR11i.: ' wwdwp Trrthe: alrtbJp. advised friend-, ,

11te? and maps"-, abundantly.? .! ." study .does not .aa.. suf- every Bottle, allowing II I* Quiaineaad "All you bar*, to do'.11I0 get It ups 1

,, 1>r. Martin laid: 'f,1.> .a ..;. "f ., ncleot vital contact With :'the life and, .most, etf*Item ctiijl I*-[_*r t.srlw' ,1I'w..Corm....,.and people the Imtur ,tatwseviitt, ,It 4+ bound to none. down. Now ...*,
Cbri.tlcame'1ot: to\.t.aeh a (heelbgy Interest of the"pupil/ aad Consequently .. : e + ) bays to get down and
-t all ,-a obU4ro .Alta A.Y Tour. r ar r 1e Ta uiMuarine you ,
but tolTe eta
prlraartmMfat ; because-of.'Us-lack of + tearer
:\ ;Isaln-Houston n
. -'rh.- whe walts'for something heu..g.1r ity'.up!
f life; more lire He fcamffto..Eire litefjto .aim.: falls to hold; h'lto.7; Rapid pro- maD <
Ctb.r' rather- than live % ..If-een. grew however Is being mad la our to ;tnrn' 'lIP. b: baity' ends 'Wmself "- IN! RBAU.trlFB.: : Chronicle.. ,.. ,

JKe. 4 came that they may. hare own city toward the correction;. o( .crushed.. under. it .1'hea.1t. does. turn. Bbe forgot to nwmtlon him In her will CONSTirATION BIS.IOOSNKSCauUpjtUaa *.; ,

... -aIYL1J.fL.J10J'9J.r.4. auoh-.undesirable-conditions" _, ...Anoth.l --cmic ALL[Ta.fIN01tB0rfOlt1.'. ;j .pld.hla..imr.otJi'lnc..rderl1'awaL': -,.( .....u_ polaoaona. .master-

flow.Hts emphasis.. war upon the .r' cause, more deepi-s atd. and more Qlea oef>f< !'.'...,..;" .1807.<-Ib*>eJiadec > tte bad kept her hops,' .while *b,' Bounding through the' body. DoUheadaeke, .
that bath the' Bon fctomaab, rt4 Breath, Bleared Kjre.
lg;'present' life. He ; serloni.'! is, the growing commercIal' for It and have: went abroad. roar
'In' the future is-a . years Lon oC Kaerjrr and Appetite ere the sur *t ,
& bath life. Life spirit of the day. The dollar is the tried everything. I haM boon tulag *aiva water' the that
, life., To have lit* yAnd forgot to rupbetPlant.Chlago ) Urns of th.affliction. Voo. LI... PILL.po.lUniy It there U anyone thing -
: corallary to present ; circle >Men sell tbe.r own .i.. t day and-the iwalUai.great. awaken
: 'ribune: sure eoeatlkatlont'T' .y dreads than another it
.'' Is the- nl, guarantee, woman more .
Jrore and now souls and put under tribute their signed Mr. U. Harvey. TaTTiamn 1*the : the sluggish liver to, elenaae
. ,, lie:on17 possibility of- future life. children's for dollars. There is great surest eafee&,'.peed18ll& cure for comma A 1e fur Uo. vkolera.rHof'Cholera the bowel. strengthen the weakened puts Is a surgical operation.
""-- T The.value and need religion for need, for: resolute.struggle _against, and all other skin dln' e ; ItWtotnetlmei Indue appetite and aid dlgwtto. PriM We can state without 'fear of av''
-,theopr.Hnt life are being emphasised the allurements of dojlars. Too many.' or sent by' malifor6usbyJ.T;; .B>uv. : ; r 8 b1e'1'1''ruit.' .M '' IS cents from your dealer or dlreet from contradiction there are bun- '

r{{ to-day as- at. no time since the early altars are being bullded to the god of, "***.P ept. A, Itavanaah, Oa.' .- ealUiKJ* .highly'. con the lal>onlOl')". Fro' cample by mall to any: dreds, 'es, thousands; of operation .. "

e" Christian"ra> Tbls identification of gold! too many souls are being aacrl- YWHAT WAS NKKDBD FOR 'DI EHhnrAIDI&rCWhat tagloua'disorder: addre. J. if.-Toon*, Ja. Wayaroaa., Oa.I .' performed upon women hour hos '

;. religion and life tends to make re- aced upon these altars. .It Is hard. do ;.we('need When apogahoW9 any y toms of. No killings are made)y'" those.who pitala which.. are entirely nnneoes.sary .

"'- Ilglon a normaPpbenomenon In humaa yes well nigh Impossible' to"transmute for dinner "r.' this 4"e.ie1. .h uld\be.taolatpd .at aim too 'high.,,observes.. the ,Dallas and many have been avoided by
Religion has long
experience. commercial dollars '
' ? ideals end' Bridget-Bhure. Mum. 01 trlppe.1 6nc..and; the pen fumigated Into 0 r News. '
,' suffered''becauen Us-valmost' ex. cents Into more-abundant life/ ,
.. ovey tbo rag: an' .we need a new set ,, save,the other hogi.lf po.stble. 4 LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE'COMPOUND
: .'elusive other-w.orld emphasis +. Its re- t Our course of study may well need with :'s ERE:BLEEDING HEMORRHOIDS
; evmoval to ,the--futnrs ;the>proper revision, may'require a radical change Of""dlthe*.-Puck. t i; -*. Mix>one'part,Sloan'a Lilnlment ( .

sphere of It. activity, its otber-w dadvantages la contentBut our greatest need I.Jarg.r two parts inUit In .bottle. and give' itchingemu-Doctor' I,
Itch 'cured In :90 minute Weolfkd'iSanitaryLotkm. ibis Son. and For' of this statement read ;
: caused men .to. regard :It- and truer Ideals established by "- .'everysick bog a tablespoonful ot Thought Ol""l'ation Necessary proof .
''. as an abstract vague and unreal, and 1 flfmly. In the heart. and minds of our 'Weref.ii.Aldruggieta.A . mtture'niynt"and morning lor.: three'days Cutleura aitaex..Proven., the'followingletters. v.Mrs. .
: ,
to treat 'It a. bavins;'little-practical boys and girls. A greater emphasis NEW .BRANQH.( :_. Sloan' Liniment U a power : Barbara Base; of Kingman,
" benefit for)1)thepresent.Under..such I musk be placed upon moral and Ideal Tr mp-I'm looking for a job at me'- kllli the vlleeue germs ,"I am now eitlitr: jhwmi, old' ,, snd'threey.nrs Kansas: writes to Mrs. Finkhamt
" conditions religion' .would1'' be -dlsre> i than upon"material and commercial' .. ful antiseptic ago I w*.' taken. wita" an attack ei .* For-eight years I suffered: from the
:'muml acts
and .
.' "carded, 01'. If accepted It would be in value ,The. voice in defense of'the soothes ail inflammation' piles f fhemorrhoi l t.looediftllt InuJ. protruding moat severe-form female troubles and
.> an almost altogether objective way as child's inalienable rights,bis heritage "Uou.ekeeper-WeU' " what. "is your. .a:tonic* to the animal, J, ,/ Th doctor aid t"h. MIl, heTjJkfnj tnwa was. told that an operation was my only

" precautionary measure, and thus I ot moral and religious Ideals, should trade I 'J. j; McCarthy 'of tdatllle, Ind.. I, tn go to a hOllUal.d be onriitit-n. hope of recovery.. I wrote Mrs. Plnkbana

never become a vital, element in the I ring deep Into.the hearts ot parents. Tramp Dentistry,,mum Me specialty .ay:-: "My hog' had hog cholera I tried several remedial for month but d tar advice, and took LydIa E. PinkhaoT
.' 'program of daily life. The normal Parents need to learn that the dollarIs is Intertill teeth In mlnoe ptes. tfcreeffayrTb 'we got Bloan'a not get much l 1iln.+ During this time.eremappar Vegetable Compound, and U has. saved v

J .;man "Intensely Interested In the' not th..goa1 of life,-that the.childis .t'-BoatOQ.Tranacrlpl./' ;. : I, Liniment which wa recommended tome which chanced to terrible itching my life and mad me a well woman.**_
: .
V present and In the sweet hy-a'nd-by 1 more than the victim dt a parent'sbase V y: who'was; using It en>ma Jhen I began to UM CiltimiraBoip. Mrs. Arthur R. House: of Church '
ten Cannot Be Cured by a neighbor
i only as It Is- r.lated to his present Ideals; tbat be la morethan a. ; for Ointraen., and Pill.. Iniectinc<< .11 writes
interest. If religion Is to cut any I money-making machine. They need with lOCAL 'LICATIo.lheycan. with auccesa. J late used It now quantity of iticnra Oint men t "with a Culi-/ Road,Jrtoore&tQwn. N. J. :

r", real figure In this life It can do so only : to learn: tbat the child has a self-hood not reach the eat of the
, as It links itself'taand Identifies itself to be developed, a soul to be cultured Lamb in a blood or'eonalitntional take ditea inter1nil : :'Veil.. Oae hog died betore I gotrthe tlii Irektnient to get: m* in a fairly what Lydia It: nkham'$ Vegetable
and in order to it meat Iaufferdd
with his present Interests. And this apd destiny to be achieved. To remedies 111"cure: tarrb ."ure i. taken ''Ltnitneqt.' but I hare not host any. healthy. .....t.. and then I treated m>imtonce | Compound Jiaa troubfesvand done for me.last.March'my .

religion is capable of.doln. and I. take a child out of school and compel internally, and act directly an tb* blood. InceZ' a day fnf three. menthe and after from female
doing. The Master Identified Jllmartt him to earn money is to deny him his and mucous curfcce Hal C'atarrb lure of Fern lad:, that. nn....' nr twiN.* week The treathinU physician decided. Otat an-
.... it-wa. cnbd Mr. Q. W. BaUbaugb I tried took lot of and it operation was neceasary. .. My busoaqd
.with'the' life of the p.eople"fln'.fact. rights, it to degradehtm.. For i* not a 'I." medicine. pre a money, .
K. came that H*.. might give llfo to parents to do so- Is .QIII L, brutal 1m- by one of the bet pbyll Cl.... in tiiico n. writes:: 71 had Jour, pigs that Were I I. forluniU that T met fSillrura': .T. li. objected and armd me to. try Lydia ,,,

the people. 'moral. I repeat that tone ot the greatest try for 'yrr and i Ie a regular paw.option.- coughing and were'not doing well. I Hender. Hopkinton.N. Y.,Apr. 28, '07." Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound, '
It i I. composed of the best tonic known.combined Liniment and today am well and tronlr.
of Sloan*
dlssoverable them some '
The same hopeful sign evils tbat threaten our nation Is with the bet blood purtliera, acting gave ?
in the educational world. Com-, to better at once." > HAS TO' PAD FACTS FOR SICK WOMEHV..
. ",, our too complete allegiance commercial directly 'en lbs uueou urfaeca. 4 be and they got.
'-Jla-tb.-.e.urrJoula of the schools and Ideal. Our mad rush for perfect combination of the two Ingredient Sloan's book on Horses. Cattle "Rrevityls the 'Iopl of wit." For thirty years Lydia K.;. link,

. .collegesof :-dayiwith-4bose.ot_ gold.make tis nation of Individuals I* what produce* uch wonderful remit incuring Hogs and Poultry: Address. "That may be. -But s who ham's -Vegetable' Compound-mad'
today. and how evident Is tb' differ. rather then a" democracy--Cbrlst- liUrrh.: Seed for teetimonul' ire*.. Boston. Mass. has daily apace to Oil cant. afford too and has been the
r Earl 8. Sloes from tooth herbs
K: J Cnexcv a: Co. 1'roi1'oledo.. (I. -Dr.
enc. Education as preparallon.fortrllving says, "No man llveth unto himself. jokes to. olnmn".PittsburgPost" ..
many a for female
In the fkr future; even of the' In New York It sometimes seems as Bold by DruggiatAurice 75o. -.-.:-- standard remedy ills' rl
present life doe. not and never did though every man reversed that prin :Take 11.11'.Iamlty! 1111 lor eoeetipUoe- "What Is your' idea of helping tho :7nicks ...- ETid has positively eured thousands of

appeal to the normal mind unless the ciple. Individualism Is a menace to ON HER! GUARD. farmer Oapodlne 0..... Women's women who have been troubled with

appeal was affected through a liberal the lit of the-republie There I.,... lTou! ..." aa1d..ihe professor, "tho "Well," aaswerrd Senator' Sorghum. Monthly Pains Dac chet Nrvoona, displacements,inflamnmtlonuloera.:
application of physical force. Since never before. a crying .need for -the Brat and moat important .thingJJ and Hadacb It's Liquid. Effect intmodiatly. lion, fibroid tumors irregularities,.
th*. days of Rousseau education a* parents and teachers to exalt moral deooa of chemistry depend on the Prewribedbr phydcian with beetresults periodic pains and backache

., mere preparation has gradually and and spiritual values; .a need to .de- dlsoovery4f; certain! afflnitles-" to give him some good advice about' lOc. 450.;and !DOe.. a* drag stave Invites all slclt
beautifully fallen Into disrepute. Educators throne the god of gold and ,to re- "Pardon me," Interrupted' MU4 _how to vote"-Wuhngton; stAt: Mrs Plnlcbatt '

have discovered the practically enthrone the Clod ot old; a need to Prym. "I trust the conversation can .... ....... ... .. .. . . . ., . . . Lucy 'Was,,WI/i telliQod.' how women to'writ her for rtvioe.-
Mother did thousands to-
-Lucy, you She lias guided
complete absorption of the child In engrave upon the very physical and proceed without drifting intoacaadalilONK . '
, last night Lynn Mau- +
... naughty you were health.AdcUeu..
discovered ,
tb* present. They have spiritual fiber-tbe--d1114'-natll1'.' _
Ventnl"Jft..fM. ..... FarqUhar'EfilJlttSu .Lucy-No, ma; 'for I. was ashamed
furthermore that even the .
f young the exceeding the incomparableworth w
"" to let It out of the family.-Judge.Stffflrg'igE :acYe.. tc
:child mutt live while being educated of moral character. Parents KIDNEY: GONE *. & llie'iers .
and that as such it must enjoy. certain' themselves need to possess and properly ,. orn and the rnoner
-rights. As a result of these: discoveries estimate these ideals and then to Boilers antes I I : om.n III. Anybody.." do It. far putlenhwnMONEY .
education Is no'16UKer". mere'formal But Cared After Doctors Said There W.It. B.. Ill, ,
'Instill them and give them first placein '
process whoa goal Is utterly the hearts of tbelr children. Such Was No If ope.Sylvanus Saw Hills, stocks, *" A. IOWLR ANT war an.' :timae Ttmt."t.: >.:r"'k'k 'We.p.n .

remote from the present life Inter. Ideals of truth and righteousness D. O. Verrlll.: Milford Me ACMCU.TUIUU: MTUMENTS WIW.LLY. sae .I.PI ban w........ A...:_.... U.. 1f_ MoeaTM wnn.1 w.. ml.Ore ,y
ests. Education -aims to equip the plying as they do a profounder sense .
student for present living since be of social obligation will contribute In says: "Five years ago a* bad injury t send tor fret- : .

must live while be I. 'Ia process"'of the highest degree to :the enrichment paralyzed m* and A. B. rarqnhar CO.,Ltd., Turk' Pa.'

'being educated. You cannot take a" of human life to a more abundant affected my. kld .. .. ..'! < .. mnn. .. .. . . . . . i. Excellent

boy. of fifteen .,..arl and educate him life.. M neys.' My back p

c for and expect . Mighty. possibilities-are resident lathe hurt me terribly, WI/.BOUGI/AS >
to fill satlsfacttorlly .
him that position
teacher's vocation because of the 'and the.artnawaa .
if you wholly! disregard the fact he Eternal 5300 SHOES; 350
material with which works. bAdly.disordered'
"- ble.L.ocnt.On5.n.the.LlnVof, tlio-
that be lives' aad must live from th.refrom.The' .
follow .
consequences said
Rectors my
'''takes-not fifteen to*thirty'Modern of this and seeks education,While -true, teacher spends little time right'' kidney was '

v looking: toward the future to qualify waltlnrfor pay day to come.' IDs! is practically, dead.. 9 ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM ft ATLANTIC RAILROAD! h
i a worthier work: than that of a mere ,
the student Inthe to live
? largest way They said 1 could
He Is maker for
' the fullest life in the present' days and social wage earner betterment,' not a a mere hire . never walk again.I '. fi TRAVERSING PRODUCTIVE GEORGIA AND ALABAMAN!

by sousing will he be able to realize ling.. As with the preacher righteousness read of J>o '.'Kidney Pills and began .

StiOn those future expectations. In addl- ,Is his concern? with God be uelnc.them. One box made me' :There is no section in the ;offering better', '
Jo form education gives content country opportunities
Is a-co-worker. That .
: stronger and freer from pain. I kept .
better minds formed
; to-day called
might feel that they are of God for farming manufacturing plants fruit growing '
and fashioned by' giving' them a con on,u.IIIC them; and In'three monthswas ;

tent.-. Education and religion seek: to 'and a Maa are sent doing from God's God work who:,was there named was able to get out on crutches, and .and stock raising. ). &%1',. '' '.

.lt l1.e'tb. present-and.ourof It to the kidneys were acting better. I Improved
Teacher. He. Himselt'says His mfr The A.' B. & A. furnishes unsurpassedtransportationfacilities
make the future.- Their aim
possible discarded the crutches
slon was to give a more abundantlife. rapidly,
Is one Inspired by the' .Matter- to give That was His mission that was and tithe: wonder of my;friends was. operating from Birmingham, ands 'Atlanta, to !'o
aor.. life.Jesus 'came'with. Ilf.,, for. the His religion that was His litTh* "'sooncompletely cured." "'' f' w. f. n nrnlm dud; Mil mar Brunswick" ThpmasviUe and Wajrcrossr affording through
: pro.le religions aspect of the teacher's work Sold '(0 'cents'a bas' _'.jasurtnaii u .n .-.. "
by ; >
: all| del\\ ''' < y Brunswick afi cheduIes
service -
> and brought It to the peopl."H. \ other mMmmttmrr I. ,:Steamship freight quick -e.
tb* world. h. ;
the religion ot education. If will. J.
yon Foster-Mllbiirn Co. Buffalo N. Y I I / ;
; ,
people.'H* went out ate -thaw hold .a. for'NewYork ' of'waifngffor/ the Is a subject-worthy of'more' thoyght'thin ;. \:" ...- oader tkM.h.atr-.i Boston and other easterit'marketsr 1.,_ : '
if has received, *< '..REAL.EVIDENCE..4"I : 'then.. at fir .... '' '
A1tlem .or. the desire
eopl.. to come to Him. His lit* was I fairy ;to locate \this "Garden SpotLoff
< lmperatlve'needfor .. a. OW. Should'Tou :
..;.While there Is an Fatly. w yt, Ir./CWLm..
e>n.'..Or" faith'In Ood. : and.lervke"totud : - teachers with Meals, we must not see.that an' Enitllah duk. bt -a.." -the SouthitCwillpaytyouto: comm znicate with-either' ;
- !
among meu.:H.DIDIn- I -tiNerot-tmrlYtsayy'Sds;7u.. .. Pi 'a- :,l p...., et...and ,
forget< that the Ideals, must bit of possible a. Yes r W asid of the d.
'". If tar, and dfd'minister.: 'He came,to. attainment;; .We need.,, then stratedtbat you can't beat;,a gaming. rc. .M.t.wnwm ____...... undersigned: r ' u 'a' '
. 'give.- life, aDdH.pT..Itet.rl. day. aw..rLLe lj_: .::< rl' a.bqlt- 1i..U. d' W. I. IOn.I'1" R. :
-- enriched san*.. *achera,_teachers j balanced byperspectiveFalse : ; i iJPuhL Wan Ie euw..a} ,.sawn, J. ROWLAND ,. !4.cf1H..OUIqO; ,- i
rhellfeof'raen .i
: ;: was being '' proren'thst many' \ ...,, rror .0a. no fa a.T/b ..
Ideals ideals beyond ,
,. _ ": *
r,,,, .;, -- Cea
ble iasHe TraffioMariagerJ < al-Frelghf
, -e n > < Himself .
ind gave ; ; Agent
; ttorcKAl
the realnt of the possible, held hlD to" : ,
.tfane with reellmouey"-W I era; .
j I
,His life lo them eacU da y,, _Th glvIM .
'", of His life pa th.. roar wasffrom up before -the1young. defeat.theteacher's .Herald. 'a.-, .. ." ". W. H. .LEAHY, Qener. Agent; .Atlanta,,oa.
purpois.Hold before a' I .
J't1s* polnt'.of.,1ew..tbe.ftaal act of '
r'that 'life which w.'par'. excellence.the struggle'boy,an Impossible toward Its Ideal realisation-until maklnglblm' .Pimples" Itchinff'Humors,.Rheumatism, Blood }'IIELP' ; At' .' B1Liataratl l

llte-glvtng lute./ .Organised re- .

tJ'Klon'll beginning to go 'out. after one day hlmj'Its-snd utter with what absurdity result dawns' Ifs 8 B'. 8'. t'Baim Eczema- .. the on ly Blood .. .WOMENa. .r'l.'Mala..r.M..drt. ar am urra' N.
I__n&, to the people" ''Churches have upon I iMll-wndlBfranoadof wed low beak. JLNIN Tee W em.n a
, cherished idol falls and with- there pan xtptca Dana co: ,. .-o w. BId a4.Ii.r-qty.
,long since'ceased' built"-whose : ..., ndwherere th-dUeuell ' -
come tumbling> down all his Ideal con .rl'R'8IU.UbefdCl. arenealedan'eurai', :tb.bodJ'IDto..n..rA: :
pain :
entrancea' are guarded lby'Iron, -gates : _ ..
v ...welcome." strncts,' In this day when oaf"' college '. . : 8. S, B nom letel QNEUIIIIIZM..... r ....._..eefeiti....._
.t land padlnck5..Strangers presidents are little more than money. ; Ike. Hah re'ka iot. rwrR .....WrtUCI.-T...= i\u. ..OUw,jTem 1toII.'tares .-
condescending phrase; does jiot Tbrounfl1J1e .! .. verl>j-(. bottle at t .. ". 'R
,,!'appar'.o'frequently" "on-our church gatherers, when our school principalsare ': -.- '' .. TMJMJI by wnUac. BJUM> ' (AM7-08) _
( i r'
little more than olerlcal workers: ,
algns.1 Religion: has girded herself #

'i'br'1''J'lce.Joust'Christian'Men's-Auoolatlons.and1 She,and Is,Tounr working::Women's Is .in found the. there with the.realm| :lofty I. a.;>positive ideals of pojsibl.lachlevetdeut',-but.seed;.Ideals for: 'teachers within : I: .\ J"E ..j :.WAllNS'MEDICALCO.: .rlveiIndividual;The university. training.preparing.tnd.niathowupphly'and Commercial I : School Inn, 'Abbeville end .nlrentty,' Co.! :;;

ImposBlbl-ideals made WINONA. MINNESOTA.Kr art*>tara .,Inn to character buiidlag a w.It a Ihorooh :
getU.m.nt.and'slum Her
|n> work.: training la..It..a.I
ness rather'' ,than for righteousness kl.k.'C. ArtleiN/ H___. ... _.._ rs..__,4tlmsad. a"'lIob Lltarat
voice is heard In the factory noonday and the betterment of llfe.\ ..........11. ..e>.T.uArr.Mr_ ....__ s..... by able tracMn. 7heComm.rclalCoun..cmbne.DrpwrklnrDookke.plnnShorthand.. ; "fM rsagb/

eeUngSr.< on" the street-corners., .' in 'We nerJ, finally'to rediscoverUb.' CQn,.'Q......,...,....... ;\Y.fin1ta is EJtry,; '..kl.... 1'.11...".... Tel..pbr ..... alltH ....rk. ,t'
- the theatres and in all the busy .... .uI110.lalllo 'UO. Write 'nr deaerlpll.. b<> ....t.1o ,
i haunts of men. -Organised'religion is ''meaning cpnsistethcnofin of life, to learn the that'abundancebf a man's'lira 'BEST;1fRO? Snro 7i-om, :: AGENTS: ., '4 608001. Ma CsasmU Diyt U l :. '.IDll111111(1I:11.: >1stePatlafteL.o p +

,hearing tb.Master's.volet; is catch* .
j fug Ills'Inspiration Who Said *f Jtbe; things that be'possesse..l W* : .
cametbat'they .
; Jleed.rtl>>'reiU.ooT4\r\ ,the;;: fact ,Clf' God CORED .
'; may have life. 'So of edualou < e, '
:: "*Jt-ta-being given1 to-the'pe and,tbat'In .Hl L.. nYeaDcLmo". -_- "D.o eivsOatck .aR 'ft.-- ... "

..- pier =_lt-::is--no-'lon.cer few.. tbeebpleret the'peeuitarpr'ylleg4of'thv and)f-our bare-llfe our...and J>elng to and,1.. ,He lr4ie is th*.to source And! : 1'-_':, '., ,'" .J7fltUet';: '. ::-+.?:..-.ralTatRiili. : ir : at es :IGle:- Sick y' CL.I'.I. :en. M .-, ,

; -being- sought out andcompelled to be fuller life.' There is. need to reemphasis Remoee dpy.efecta_ *a weUlngrU permanent lion cur: \ The.Old Standard GROVE'S:TASTELESS'CHILI,'TONIC:drfvea out Malaria radlmlUs'up: thejrstem. '

-' educated.,,, '$ for'the pea the the-true.-life-which'fact o( Christ as the Is Reve.le..ol the'Ife ,I ", x .'Ujoto free ediy/TteltmiwM Mothlnrean< be tats tgivra ., You knovr what you are taking. v.The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, .showfce it

.;f":"pl..d4 Is being gives fcTtbe-people./ of servlc vThe lit of,the, world WtUe 0,....H.ftraen'a Seat la simply Quinine and Iron la'a tasteless, and the most effectual Ol111.'. For adults and T
Education 'alms-to glve"hore life las. received a .tW. Impulse in Him.' 8. Ua i.... ... AUa U.dr
'to.tb*'individual/ and more life'for
: ,
;lDo..tndl'lclu.I.\\ ItIs\ true that His .faith and practice) were' that'th.' ',The best 'medic a for all Ills is a

' ;contributes knowledge 'enlarges to his survival. on.',.'world.His hon.son' and. onl.7to'find.Uf..I.Christ gave: His; life in deeds to give of loving'life. "cheerful! ,. mind. ,( t. .. ; P"VI T 'N AM; FADE'LES, ? ;S: P : ttm'K: '

. Is widened his. ideas .ideals service even unto death that .the lIf.h.rltae" Mr*.Window'. Soothing Syrup for Children mlormee coeds brlgbl.r. 'and ra.IM eoIon tb.a any .t..r dra One im: pnkaty nearre "Ian..; d.i n roil. w..r'b.N.r"Sham; '. I
'enlarged humanity might abelen-< teet.ltincaofteraa the gum,rduoadnftmmr Anrn .r.Mn." r sees .pan. wrll. row ha booklet Haw. to ",.. !dace and via Ookm. MUlfltU v.a.J Vit* rt
;fan ; 3mis1o
richedH* ia t.aeb. tion.allattBpia.gire, !. . *wind colic.25 a'bottl*
4 KteanlBK la thlaga.JUsLlakev.oa other thu.'emflaa.laed "
an4J ., .J< V-7 : :
lag 9r .Flnia. ;
and.better aspects; in short; he rostrTMBsesal ; l'!!;;
.Tger"IlfJ.7 :This larger te7 'Him everyenriehed4itowaean'Ierea.ed r'":: amwa da'greatconeternativdbnge.blact. L... "

..!more life; Is ..becoming ;rposalbte-:forWore social. .....tFrom Him'welearn bulk:was,observed to-be, v'8f.
> tiat the Inheritance of life Into d,3 Coughing Spola;
individuals. .;.Whlle.thls Is'trvm. ,falling,through space. tjt'vVhat .
?;'j there remains yet much-be desired which w* have come mnst'b- shared "\ in the of'Saturn'sTringido ._'--" 1>J a...... ,\ ran
'.la-lour public ,schools. "high-schools with our' fellows and passed 'oav toothers name ate..... -The! L "
; call thatrTasked Mart of thIoo 6mar ..' } jJ
enhanced la value by reason yon regular w IfOR 1li8N-X

-/and/colleges.i'lnr our., ,system/t.l'the ettns higherthe remember"grade 01 our participation/ give life tto ; ',,"1. .It anothermooa'cut'off' ; .a.rdywla...... re I'm" ..Ido.he, .....rat....1 I + + '
; bolteta cf
r"tafewer th*., pupils'that out vf one t make life! ,'.Mrtb1'I, *- t, -. rthsu asddYw l 1 J .bnblb e yeax. \

.' hundred. pupils who Center public 4 -:mor.abnudant't!- S e,-"....pI1ed Venus:"that Is: .tte i t ''Abeolately eau a sir real......,..... + ottom.of r foffoRionhobm i :"; gcorofr __

' ;schools only. twenty-flve stay. long A Test '" battleship Dr.adaauaht.the, Seventeentb .... 88<1 =abp1e.ek.Lam ., rtnirm, ,
k. ; ; The:lat.: nation eclipsed all : :. i ..tWI1' ; @ad4 hke'
f hundred If ate;. of <; should v die to-day Ilea M e tat, ee. ,
out of ;
.tf enty one stay longer you rea111 40
the 'otketnauodu'iybulltting'a"battleiMp : " as ......... zs .... Lblpl '
>>flian'theafth, grade; that- less than could yoU say,to God, "tord. here lany ,, ,, nrshs [ yon ddo uatl '
:p d .hw. ,
/sae wrier
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*:one-.,out of. one- hundred ''who ente life-work: Thou didst '''ndT-m* so'WrJt toppled nr"th.'oceu t r r re nears tWm, { ti" "

r' our public schools graduate from the :Bio lift with...hancttul ot seeds, and and tumbled, .into' + m111 FRe0.P.1P1etDOO. ,Lr: ,r
" :.blgp aeboolsr! :; that a emailpreportloackooljnd9ttb :pare Is ny heart llke-a garden>full =:pklaReeor'dJ; :....or : ..r
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"i/.v"" :' in Session B..rgaInsjt.ta'sb S.ro1 1 t ; .. .' :S'1q' 6_\ ';..

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1 ',. "'7"'t.. ""-'- *-- ...''jIi'.ka.alll -:?....'....... _"'""': ......... ........ i .' 0: lS A NA\jI\ ; G:4AND; ) IRTLS E

,. ] / .'h,...'$o...N,1e08: Walter nsn.s'tinniercHam. : ........ ;J1JI< p ''White Lawn 40 in..wld&,15c' per yard; rr:! .
Ir sad
:TM>. Board QI Cou 4..Commissionere ., Gee t71.g C ...noe .r 4MR Lace from 6c"to 15c 'per yard. l.-"uS' '!:. :
to and for OMeola oou.W li ........ .. . 11MWill. ; '
+ juet ..... . .. I CIIiA Dress Pants. $1.SO to $3.OO perpeJr: ,. ;> .. -J" .
'* rfalsr' MIIetolCD' the' abov., dale. I - .. .
; 'YF5 ; .. . '-'- -'
11 111I ,;. tOASTi
I. .eaed III I. \ Pair Stnpe Pants at $1.00 ; .
.. .*. being present J.' a. Stratum,.. ...._ ...... 2011oW' 'TI
'.dfcalriAaa; J. M..Lee-Wl'R..Uodwlo. .... ___...._ ..., '.'\ 1011r Truntc and Suit Cases at loyrest.prices. '" \"

.,J.'. .... Walta.t;: JV; R! ,Hrodsoo, com, N.!'snag: :' P..rurr ';.;,..+: \! 1)1) Picture Frames from 25o to $ $.Bd each , .. .
alteionersl Arthur E. Dobetfao, deputy = .... ... .... .. ? ",. -
'i """- ...:....,. -L. .III fIG ,Crockery at thelowest prices. .
and P..', : Vans attpBMy .. . a .
etorktf p Agnew .. "
for the bortrd. MBW--. ....... . .. .. ..., ...0. m Fancy Sttaw Hats at cost r" ACC9U. :T'-oF. 4L. .

Bids for'tbe lease of the. Coat lose ,_- . .. ''8111 Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. t

oil were opened and therewere1 .found tc. w H JyiItcon.......... ......./ad...UrrimiOliOTT .> .. .. 0. 00 JJ ;\. : ,:Tinware: at any, .old ,,_ ..1 .:;"......... . .!.. INTERNATIONALAutomobile qr t \\oI. r' '
:jTT7"b: : ;: ,only One (BUIiam :&' Farmer'for12.M. Sol Ita" irprtw cpancgbt-the"Beaver-Brand ;
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refused B-.t ln.p . The btoard to accept' t ()
jo"c. R nd ph'
Sr: 1> thin bid being too low.. M..1".rmer." John tf M l ...:lrap.Hnr_tloto. .- . 10 ftW '
' agreed_ >tm A: Cmnoa On Co,.upnllMi" >l M "
who was'present..' finally / tc Rage
; the does ;
.. take them at lib per month which was < 'The following 'P., roll was ,fl.,amIned ,Headquarters.for Best. in Town

'' !"' .' '- the board. The oounti .and-appro vedr: .1 .... n _._ _ _. _. ..___ '' y 1'Y .
' -; attorney was Instructed to draw up a tickets on Sale November 21 to 25 1uc usi#
. .. ... 60J01ra -- ve
0: w. A.htomItwr .a7 d at.UIII '
\ ; oontracu.l Hull. ,..... : ,1'- Iat IUo :tt 7&Ita. .:
r }t\ Warrants were cancelled si follows!: ..,W.n.a...y/.. : '. .. ,1M 1.1IA 113 II E- .. Final Limit November'30Double' .
,1 1 GBU
fi ._l"Ipe .1 cU' rtelt.u.reFJlD.cLtMLH dither waives 'M2' ..... t..J.I.1... .11\I\.tL. f] TlliftsiOJE l ui pep: -SiifsANTJ10NY '.... :
'.?: + .t Road Fund! ? .* . ....y,,,.'?,..'. ..407 6.1$ Marion. aected W_.. ,",,: ".w.21 S' rill! .'" .t0 at-.J.o 1.11II 53won. 16 1'w : : Dally' Service. Sleepers from;..Taj '
. .. . W2 73 Through
0. --.e.nae.u nd ,'V... > Hall .\; : ." I" "' .a I.SII 3260 ,
L. Evans and D. a .t 13 .
Upon motion 1" John Campb. <
MoLaurtUn.Ow.n . II b 650 A." LOOi Proprietor. .
the "
11. Browd'werd recommended to sf . < .
.. 60 l .
t" ,
,, ) 'irovernof'for appointment a. 'cau.le ()SimmonG.Or y.r.ti.*wTotal. -* .... (Jj) 'n' For. ticked, reservations. or Information,- call:o'a-Detroit Atlantic tto.o.o L
_. inspectors of Cattle pisti-lot Mo. 3. ,jtll:- 1 : ,AQ.NT RORF z n .Agent. or. : : "

t The clerk wee 'Instructed to notify ., \ . i 110 ... : t 1 3, W....CARR, T.V P., A.:. 1- J.O..KIRKL-'ND.' .
all the cattle inspectors throughout +a banks-Morse Gas .. TAMPAFIORIDA.. ;. .'

the county that they oust, before ther A committee consisting \ .,I.ra.W. Engines'I' ... T. C. WHITE.. ,;O. P .A, ..; ... .. .w; J,"ArOf".p'Tfii.:
t enter upon.the dleoharpre of their' duties VJ. Sears U.: C. Stanford. N. 4. : WILMINGTON PrjatrfauAu .v .. :> '
Outfits. ; :
: oomplr with the 1 requirement'oftbe Hicks.: T. M. MurpbY and R. T. But* Irrigating ; .1 "

i- law.Mr. ler representing the Board of Trade,' '" . ,
: E. U. Mil am appeared before advocating a bard''*road from the . .. ". ', .u hB, Ac.luene aeuet_.a. crekt.r_, n ir
? the board with some plans for' a steel count line of Orange county to the

t .! t bridge across Shingle Creek. Upon county line 'of Polk county' work to. AUTOMOBILES. .. RENTED. OR REPAIREDI .
r motion duly seconded this matter war, be started from the city limits and togo \ HOLIDAY
i referred to the new board Mr, Mllamflllnor 11 to the Orange cou ty line to begin f 'fELLS'DRIVEN \ :
with the present board a copy with- made f the .e-llamed gen I ARTESIAN ANY 'DEPT4IWe f
;.- of his plans and ..peciadstlods.w I I j tlemen strong argument to the _. El
Road Supervisor Oeo. W. Over.f board why this should be done The ------
1 street was Instructed to prepare a I board was favorably Impressed and GR
t% '. s. bridge across Johnson's Island.; gave the committee to un e..t.odba'I' '
: Bonds for carrying' firearms 'wero was their,inter.klon at an early date Solicit all Kinds Repair WorkDAN

'presented, b, J< Forest Tatum W. C. t.) undertake this work. They ap .
x' King/ T. H. Renwick and John M. pointed oo'amitteoonalstiogof Depart ;
6; w ..'llanaell, each with two ecurllles.-and Clerk Arthur: E. Donegan and P. ?
+r same were approved. A. Vans Agnew to consult with the Also Necessary for
t Pension application of John E. owners of some..road material close S WAGON WORKS Everything rte

Powell was not acted upon as the to Reedy Creek and ascertain what

;_ board was advised tha'MrFewell arrangements they could make to secure making Fruit Cake.[ i .
was a resident of Folk county and same, and the prices; '
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; .. 'should present his claim to the commissioners Bids Were received from the Franz "
of that county.. Safe and Lock Company and the HIGH GRApE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER ,
i; The board then adjourned to meet Southern Structural Steel Company f
t.h at 2 p. m. for the erection of stet cells In the AT REASONABLE PRI<;n s.. ., = S & :
Coyfr'ur ;
.; Ullls as follows were read and approved jail anu other repair work; bid of the . / I JJR. Floyd:
and Warrants ordered drawn: Franx company for t32 O and that of -

It..mTetCO..herllf.. .. . .I 1oJ/ the Southern Structural Steel corn- . :J. "
W RJohntoncourt costa; ... ... .. a M pan, for 92850 were Considered. The -'w--tr'U'p'irv'u'PV'if **"irv'**<**--. .
r1 e ell: .......u. ,_. ..... . ..,. . .. 7 MM bid of the latter Was accepted and the hTn.cksmlthiug. and. Work .of __ !
J L M_ aaItu7 and ,_. .... .. ... 88H Horseshoeing Repair .. -- -- -
C f Pr.Ytt, _mlwloiu.oountr . . :M county attorney was to j r
,, .+' C K Pr..vmtt,_ court . .. elr.w.un a contract according to the XMOOOOOOCOOO. OOOC> ...
1,7170'' All Kinds Done W
.. FJ rkltten. r
"' ' by .
," XJ F" court ta plans and bid -
.0 .. ipeclficailons upon. C. A. 3'. A. 'JrgL. .
-U f feed prboiMr.4M . s T anA000 CARSON. CUNf'OltD. B. L W> .
4' ,r. reward Umb.Pubin..n. )( | The road' from Bassinger to Ft. Prarfdmb. VIo.-Prrldst. '..8wr6.rr.. 'j
v" I..... court eaga ' in i i. Klaslmmee wan considered. Owing to
... Tilt MIoai -
the limited
HtiaHdwCo.mdM amount of the road fund
K...._ mb.r Cat Iumbran . .... .. 8 .
wsGn 41 . Gn 4.o. 1..P mulo. . M oo this matter was postponed indefinitely; :
=) : ... . 7000.! and Commissioner Walker having directed J. J. DAN :
: -"TWCo.dum.-, .. . HlAj: ; the attention of the board to Proprietor, KISSIflMEE LUMBER: 0
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.L Wit N.kl_ Co. hdw court txniHJna 1170c ,
_';" R Branwm,.Mnr and mil..... ... 16 AI: fthe r rii necessity of'changing the, Ft. ,
U Stnttan. and mtkor . 1" ] Pierce road the supervisor; the J ,
". ;,.s...., '..h W R Godwin, eomr .nd mil..... ..: mi 001( county surveyor)and himielf.were appointed A. .',
7P <," . :"r'" .\ C WO r er.i.U poor t..rm"KtfdmnM. .. . . is bar \\III 00'';;, as a committee( to siirvey-the ", ", ...... ...... -. .
v r .Td.phcn CVh-nnt phon.. c /) proposed.change and ascertain the :
v'a ,", 'f\ Ctt Band,.. __ Y tax oull.cto'q,. '1ItI 14' approximate _and ; 4r MhCTi1.1.0r'- I .'p. --Rough'aitd': Dressed' #
-> . 114 40 1 -- '
; -If. MA .ItOm-t.u... _t .v. . 10If the next meeting bf-the board. 3
V54 Aan.w kxal "laa
. D Drlmrm. .*].nitor . .. :<2 An'S : n. W. Cayson and W. S. Harwell :: -
Y KtatIt& ntdM ... 76 I appeared before tbe.board In answer I -M'KGH; BROS. : ;
e EI.attilc. PUnU. iiwhta l i hour II V gL repair GOt/rt. .. ... . and after > .
H La.L II t
"' 110,' Bond Xt.alm_ Sf. GuattA printlnc1. ..... ... ...,... 144 11I1 matter 9f rranthaorahaui': the board .
.. ,. Teuat..a idon. lost
; ty w l1ark,1 bringing; return flH : I. d-tJic.lerk to notify the pen f Livery Feed and Sale Stable. "
II: Drvw...1.IIar. .. .. ion" department to drop her name "
.. 3. W .'' i.. ... ........m99 00
: from the rolls or this
: pension
"' 'Ra,. ..E--- HOUSE BILLS A ,SPECI'ALTY.ooc '
V .. .. .
', 100b WOOD-:-DRAYINQ
j..... 8... : .... 600 An, investigation ot -the pension of ( ,
<.' HWllllamooln _.f.. .. ,"."..... 100 Levi Drawdy was postponed until thtf I. roe toaohaaocloettxt_)attxttxttxtaaetaKtNatrl9 .
o.n-J r.In.__ .. .. .. ...11 00 next meeting. Everything Is Tow and First-Class. U'cfIll .. '
'-_.......... ..........,..... ... 00 CommissionerJohn vIV Bronson,. .
.. ... and Satisfactory-
W R N ....__ 2 Render Prompt .
.. . .... ring upon, authority) given him bl 5 .
John Tray.i..._"" II 00
-. ;W ABu......... nvKtarYounc ....... ."..:..-1 a7 th I Aboard, to negotiate forth sale of vice.Daror ht. All- CInds-. 7xtr4Nfi b aaNbatMMAAAAANN Vs -
TbtdaU. InipMtor .nd brlndn r* the. orapges on the Poor Farm re- . J
Iio Heavy llaullng.
..,. n"-W.1k.r In.Dnntor.p. ,.... It ported Sold to the.W. B. Makln-;- .
+ . '
yp" ; South
4 l.f: ; :: .; : ; : :.: 'JYO Sunny StableS.:
box '
. Cln.ntn, lnp.atoe .i. son Compa jkat 82J cents per on BEAMAN'S'OLD' STAND : PHONE: 113.
; $ R Wrilrht. ...L.p.ctur.nd'' '..; 1/ 00 the trees. The\lxjard confirmed his AT' .
r W II n- '. ;
g....h.ndl.r.,..,... .... ....p.. ...,..."< t ;18 00cj action. >c "" "" .;
ft L liwlpMtor ... ,'"....,u.v .7 00 11. f* Starling pretoited a. bid to I. .. ')" .
d ;rW TiMiTiMpMton ..... ...;;ly.\\{vi, t 00 the board for painting theroof of the .. 1., H.. INGRAMProprietor.. ,
: .
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K l_ Ia.p.ctae.... .. ..:...... ... 200 '1
F i__ P W HOUinnMWtDruid. .bringset return I 60 courthouse. Same was, lelM>pen until ,c. ;. \.....__.;....._._----_.-- S,
Jg et.ff.a Ir. 01... twrwti.ds.MC.r. ..14110 tbe'Dex" meeting to /illY other '
W LL'amphdl: .. OJ .. 1M 10 palnterb an opportunity for bi gop BUDDED TREES'!
A 7 .Ia "'x
.Joboi H lIei.d ... .. 11II110 the work. iJ : .
IOU Ttnd.11 te ... ,! :21110C MOO/ Tax Collector' report showed the ... 'i LIVERY SALE.and-BOARDIIG. {( i.

; BOaad.n Oa.. blind,oourt TXIOM.. 109 87 Following amounts uncollected -from ..... ref ,
.._ ... 200t" # L i
., 'LHJ1IrIc1-J'GeoDba,.. ....' h''. .. y. JIlIiO. &the tax roll of 1007: 1esworth[ !'Nurseries. "

'. . (,lee\\t.....'...O.ntewtt.........."........... .., sr..ed...w....w..!201 de I 1 .'..,*. .._.,,.j'.,. ,16 17Johootfund 76 111 i I Well equipped; with' ;' StocTf ancl Veilolee pind ;'
0*. W OrantiMt.. seed_ d..''tne; J'. 0 r'Dan. e0C I Real tend '. .).;.1..v- M\ eai. CIfAS Jc;: .,:PPOeai0TORS!$. J. W. HQARD, AGENT, ( '
J -"- road 033665..4 1 a. ix NO. i...,,. ,4700 prepa lto'meet.Bt.H demands :wjthPerteot Satis-

: 1 tB L rpr L..I.y._r tt.o Urr.p .-M. has.n.eIeotIoa.udttor..d reeks.. .../....UwkAatoOa. .."..... .i. 11.1.0004Jr 00 00 1$9........w 0.Nah.yia.}., .... .."".. ... .. .-..'........:t......+.,.,.?.. 1276,7: UTreasurefV :.... 'w.assortment will'have of re OraSf' 4y for* dud next Grapefruit Fait and Trees Winter of pl.ntil1i'a'leoer&all leading/ varleties. -! faction.. N;-, ". a C---, '. ,

tt,.ditd. _.*.....T.. ..'..,:.......?.C-.f'-: report showed the fot.l '. Our trees are butUfod on a-ood't( healthy rough.Lemon and I
-4 h -.cPP+w.e6.e......a . . ,-.' -,1600 );0".. ,1.. &om-tnaecM '
..... ... '' I l wlojl' bal hand:" r 'r Sour Orange roots; guaranteed free t.of.oyhlndr'All -- -'' '
wslkw.rc.d .1. """''''''''' I.. 10ea on '' i .
F'1\ Ah4.r.k iv.d wok"with' pan- and: .., .. sib ISFla.sndforfiture budded from bearing treesl tn our groves ana therefore true toDam. .; .,. HEAVY. INQ'_ :. .A '.SPECIALTY, ;: .- .::?
.. .. ... .,. r 1 O..r.le.v.a..pv/.r..t. ,4.; ; $ .
.. .
00 1
'j .- -LutYr bsvl.Da...... reed watt...,..9w.........l.:.........' ,'1.116Cbar. 1 26Jras ('.,,ntr.choat. 4.--,.,+...+......7._._,...,W..w.'.,....., 4U17.-SOT- r..> -** -none..and!.,Our our facilities trees areas for growth fine as*HKiney nursery,and stock twentryear's are .seoolnd expert to:. flwwwN---;...-- . . .. .' ......
reed .
., .it ...VamnlwU wwk.... work" .i.UU.l...v..Lt.JL..:. 81 ,....aU'r0e4 o'...*.,',-*-.........;/" <.!:! ,714 tit '"" :ience caa: produce; We-are .IcIDI'>speolalty this season ot the -. .
4 -....:ualth.n. Ned werk".>....w.. 8 7a I. .D.N..I.f.f.( ,..,..:,,,.,.:Us.SAT! 4u8.IXNo.l.M California Valencia Late.'wblcb destined *o become' he.enat.el' .t rr ;
.. ......., fampus
8 / 4714
-fw a 1)t twel.htrealwork: : ,..o4..v.. 01( ,628: ... .iy... .. :' .' Florida:. 'Our.Valencia buds come dl-
.. money-maker
w.r5 rv J T -... road .workw. <1..>>>' S W B:.8..No.4. , ? 1101 *- .J ,1
.11--,1: ...."...., r..?,..,,,,,(' ( oo 600gaWlY.d I ..s./..yr.yly..,.ecru... 2162t rect from the beetbeartng trees In the district &wr. famous for producing ANNOUNCaME1! *
"F't '. k .Doo r.adww1.. .. ....,;. ',..,*-....; .1110 Total...:rwwNr-".rya,. j.:,,it.. .17t"II1f'There the best Valenctits In-California. ,Xcfrite ; " : .

i ., .RDB.......3s. ,.ssass-'r. ....tiq.........* .....v')...."...taw... M 00 JSLYaU. being: po. further,, business +I'i './ 'fat Prices to":':,W yHoi Rol' Gotha Fly? or caU anVaje'our. '' !Hur'. .. .. .We take plea ure In announcing td" our' frtandi 'ecd'io?i .. I' .x: ,;
'. .OooiI.d .IT MfiiE board i>> adjourned -- Florida Midland R.: R. "
Oa.we..d..ddl..1. series at,Waco on ."
"", riM ".dt.W....aver,....,..........w,,.. .,11 1 N ... E. 'L.' LESLOTCietk{ .v . \ : ; ..''pubUO.Keaer.n'ba'.h..OPltoedJ" .' lip a first-class_ 'r sjOckV o'U. "
_.....JaII..t..r..: .".. By A'. E. ,;.D., C., -' ":' ..' .. ;GENERAL" 'MERCHANDIS. t' }., ."

'.r ,ca..dry""i, Notice. otAttachment. ; .t'' Malsby Machiner'Co.b22.OCEAN r Our stock of goods Is all tresh-and, ,wlll. found usto, dew. ",

,, The agency' for* the White' Staff'I .U th0lmt' ..'Court' -e-<( UM Hwrwth JadkUl Or- j very 'particular., ,We propose* to do a general barter bTisUfiS
'. .>laundry> Is now at ,the 'Borne 1tetra .... .* f [' '
riorkU.for th OniBtr OMMte
A.tMkiBMt. .i 'J
It wish have the''I boy* call I SACSONYILLE FLA. ,es s>-and wllHake In'Uch&op.or'., at.their full market, I.
and to ST.
_ you .!, W...K.ln.n n. W.BMM Paxtar. 1 :! .) '. .'' :. ". .'
on you weekly. Just rtnqup 1M. and .'. Talu-*cM4le, hogs, fruit,, poultrt and all country. .producer, ....
J you will be put on our list and called ....w. R.r Perks.see a aD ota tatwwbdl ... Portable and Stationary 'Joa1oe.! ; 'We hare se&cJBd the services of Mr..r. N. FARR as manager; JI...;,

on weekly. The work Is all done In TM... iMnbr ...... IIIat Ws sbanas.d Saw Mills Wood-workIDlr'MaohiD- yI'. who will be founiikat the l\Ore.. all time ready to serVe'you.,
i an.efficientmanner. anCy; at Tampa eaI&....haw faMtttatod. mU:rat w>4 rM an ..rrr 8b\ocl. Mills, Lath Mills, andgeneral I.

,prices., tgde.d. .*a p acteU MM wr bteae'tbe line --.iuno'lles.. .Complete ;

,. r; l. rorRwBt. Saw.' tkadaoU..aaq.100/.stbsrwls._ ...... brddalt ;.blp..n&line carried.. Sold'In stock on easy:' for terms Immediate, ' .
will to aland. ;TV and UMFkrid .. TheBassvJ : IQ tY ft
L A Residential and farming" propertyf'sixty -.gpaea M b tile at........ papwtf.. " :

'' ; ,;" acres, well fenced, at Hammock. ad tb..stet ttt ssId 0aret It will paj:jou\to coainjt,:us ..beforei ; ::
1jrr Oroye house rnllr furnished and'in .teM..tb.erlatWsmr. o.o..a._t;,.. i,buvlng:- Postal will bring our sales : -J..8r8TFtATTON-AND- OPRtETO11"
'. : '. good order; outbuildings and 'farming' *.thta Wtk..,.W Ocob.JL D.1101., ,.; .G r man.' write .for.tDt $v.t.ed-cualolrue: . ": F.-BA

." Implements.. Apply. MNBnaoucnrr' (taata. ,L L. L1tIlUY.;: .. j, and prices. .. ,; j.5 _. ..' ''''
:" .. '*. ... ;CUrk Cttontt Crt' 1 .- freer Oriel....... AYwp, f.('.......... Pae.I-INM EjfaMjoBiM..4g.w...... ' : -
.I Oos*Coaaty. riorlda. Favorite FeQtili s 1.
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