Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 1, 1905
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: VID00205
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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Awarded Dan 'I wry'

.,at State Fair Sumtier Painfully Injured. Carmichael. 'jsAccidentally| ''nTJ1rn"'nn""nnnnttn1n1JtnJnflfl"fttmn1fmmnmtnm"mlftfllffm' / /!! !, '!!! : ( ,tn1111ft1.! ,'7 '

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Marloa Count Received'_ ,Flrat vx The Atlaoti Co..., 'Llne '< *pot In OCALA, IF>.,"Nov. n.-'.. 3. Car. '

prize, HIHsboroMRh; Second. ty was the scene last.night f of mlcbael wasXVocldentally' I '
an accident that came beer resulting bj "his own gun He cat upon a log KANNER &
and PO'k Third. In the death of D J. Sumner, a prom with the gun upon his knees. It slip 60M.rA'.N.Y': k

.' ..,- bent clt.laor of KUslmmee, who was, log 'the hammer striking: 'against the i

for lobe best 'however. fortunate In escaping with The full charge: of shot struck:
TIle;} prises county exhlbit painful Injuries M r. C..rmlchael. Ho was from Benton -" .
were awarded oo Wednesday, Mr Sumner was bidding goodbye Harbor, Mich. whenuo his family wa.aUI" --, ..... ,
and though Osoeola i did not receive toa number_ of friends at. the depo; fro for Florida to-morrow to -
prize, .she had a moat creditableexhibit when 'the northbound ufake their
I a pa..opt't.r..rn future home in this State. I l wl '
and one that will be worth approached the elation, and the Mr Carmichael formerly lived In .
many times Its cost In advertising the rejecting ., Klssimmee, where be worked at the' .r The best time to _
resource' o* the county.Commissioner I bllO with Considerable force;, hurliokthe carpenter trade. v buy' your Fall Clothing is nor, while the
W; 1... Van Duzor unfortunate -man Into 5? fabric'anli' '
the air and style: assortments' :
are complete and :3
deserves a great deal of credit for his throwing him violently to the ground. Tbe ,Opera Season. stocks! are fresh
untiring work\ In collecting such a "Ir. Sumner, who sustained painful The season e from the hands of the makers Here can :all the t
Is see corrrct
opera now open, and you ,
creditable* display, ''receivea Injuries on the head and In the ab promise to be a very suooesif onefor E;, fashions In' Men's, Autum Suits '
vote f thank from the 'county domen, was taken to the drug store Klrsimmee. Manager Morrison and Overcoats, made of the best h
commissioners for the creditable show. of Dr. Maximo M. Diaz, where he has booked .a flne lot of attractions. :: fabr'ics.and tailored in the highest class :I
'Jug be has made for the county at the was attended by Dr. W. P.: Adam. and hat had the Opera House 'pu,. 10 = manner. 3
1't1lr. son, who dressed the unfortunate '.
man better shape than It ever wa before -
The following: is the sta'uding.of: the wounds aod went him to Gary where The people of the town should show =, ;;;;;;e
corrupting counties a* made by the be will remain with relative until berecovers. their appreciation of his efforts by e ::::I
the first six receiving the general While E .. -.j
]judjl"'l. very painful, Mr. giving. the house a lineral '
l county premiums''of' 'Ji,000-and Sulnner'. Injuries will not prove fatal, Up to date Mr/Morrison bas bookedthe 3.
blue ribbon, 1000 and red ribbon 500 and he will recover. entirely. within ja following attractions: c, s
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and white ribbon t250 aod-yellow ribbon very abort time.-TampaDaily Times. Dec. 4'h and 6th Rev. B. Q. Denhamwill TV - : ::::I
tlM and pink ribbon, and 9100 deliver his. lectures on "Seven == If you want particularly smart And stylish garments;' moderate In price, "

tad Fist" green Marlon.ribbon.:'v. ?. .' .' .. !.'.82 Letter from. Billy OW efS. coin Kinds the of Fools"Friend of and the"Abraham South." Lin-,; g yet costly, In appearance, come and' see our large and handsome collection! the' '3

Second Ulllsborough. . . ..'6 Mr. J. M. Wlllson, Jr., bas received Deo. 8 ."A Time." 0 ,:I
Breezy '
Third Yolk:, . . . . . . 70 the. 101l0'.IDllle'tel' from Billy 't 11 and 12.Peruchl-GypzeneCo. a FAMOUS HIGH 3 a
"Fourth ., Bowlegs tbe Seminole Indian Chief', 14 A. Wyndham.. '
Filth, lachu.. .? . .,. . . ... . .62: which wt.publish just alt was written, ." 18 n... Sears(Lyceum Attraction) 1: Standard ,. Guaranteed Tailor Made Clothing
Sixth LPe. . . . . . .. ....1 The 'gator skin spoken: of was' from 14 20 Taming- Husband. .. ,
Seventh, Orange . . . . . 37 a very large alligator and was taken "' 21 Barlows Minstrels E', These garments will fIt ,
Eighth, Oa eol... . . . . . .. . 36 off with the horn back, as well as all 'a' 28 Stanley Polyscope Co. E' you as correctly as any suit made to measure, A N '3

Ninth I'asco . . . . . . . . .27. other part Intact, Mr, Wlllson Is 44 30 John Thompson. ; and we know from the'.experlence' 'Vf hundreds of pleased ==

Tenth, Citrus . . .>: . . ... 25: having Jack. Hancock: tan the skin Jan. '4 Montahk Quartette. 5 customers, that you will always them after once tirlnaa '
]Eleventh, Lake . . . . . Itt and will keep: It as a souvenir. .*. 5 Jules Forman Comedy Co. wear- STANDARD
Twt-lfth. Baker . . . _. . . . . 14} ?. Following I la the.letter! r4 23 Eua'lynneCo. g GUARANTEED TAILOR MADE'SUIT or Overcoat Sack Suite for Fall,cut i S 3

Tbirteen, Washington . . . .12Fourteenth Olceechobee FJa nov 3 1905 Feb. 8 Urenaseur Concert Co. E': In the Smartest Single grid-Doable Breasted Styles;:finlshed with ,3 '
care and attention
Gadsdeu. . . . . -
10 Mr. Jim Wilson I send you one big .10"Cha.. King Dramatic Co. E''
The total number of points accorded Alegator' skin I go to Palm beach In 23 81 'PlunkardOagnpn y [ to every detail'of fashion.The\ fabrics are the new Worst ds, Cheviots, / .3

each county was' the total of the per bout-3 dayVs I will come see you a Pollock Stock Co. EE and Casimere In'handsome, patterns and coloring' Something suit taste
ceDtfc given by the Judges In each bout ezmas every .

of the 14 departments of exhibit. In your friend Thanksgiving at -= ....,." .. 1 :
addition to the! general county prize, IjlCUK DOWLB03.! I ,
there were7ipectal' ) prizes in' each depur > the TohopekaUgaXI = .. -
i men, t, which were awarded to the Golden >== . ::::t
minifies as follows!' Wedding and Mrs. 0. Q. Morrison of the ---
I Largest and best display of citrus The editor of the Valley Gazette 1 I.: TohopekaUga Bowl served a special .. .
fruit, including pineapples, 1500. LeeCounty la ThankHglving dinner yesterday, ,a" E J JC ==
receipt of a unique announcementof which the editor and family were so SHOES SHOES !! Hats and '
the Golden Wedding of our venerable E Haberdashery ;
fortunate aa to be guests. Beside Lberegulot' e' 5
and best agrlcul- .
Largest dlipUt
and esteemed friend, Capt. O. H. and ,'"
transient guests, of whom
lurBIIrudut'u.I2..o Lariat and besdisplay, Marlon of County.vegetahies. regularwinter Frost, of DorcbeHier visitor, )to f...Kisslinm'ee? who is a, there were quite a number ainntageofthe several oour' E When tt comes to the Shoe question Stetson 1n Black and,"Brown and the3 err
M.IK, Manatee County. and numbers his friends here by the : occasion townspeonle to gets square mealawa' E we have. nothing to say, as our customeis'E Voldbrook'ln.Derbys and Soft arjT Qn di.-\ ,=

Largest exhibit and ,best with display cut flowers bf hortlcultural and- core.The. announcement Is printed on from home, and to say they' know-that we' carry the finest kind for theE play in.great: variety. Also:>*flrie 'llne'of 3'the

bearing fruit'trees; (200: OakerCounty. Folding brlstol and has four pages express wee- not It, disappointed as will be seen doesn't by tbe hal following lowest iCWe positively guarantee'.our Kanner Camp Hats, less expense.. .We: ==

Sloo Largest, Alaohua and Count-best display. of cotton. the. front page containing' the lo&crlpI I menu, every .article of which):! $3.50 Patent' Leather hot, to break .orE have, .our usual attractive line of nov.eltt.3
Lion "Golden Wedding of Mr. andMr
, Largest and best display of tobacco *. Ge%>rge Henry Frost November I that was prepared would have and served tempted'tbe la a ma appetite alp crack_ 'or c'we wilt with pleasure,. return' your etc. Neckwear, Hosiery, Shirts ;knd'Un- '3

grown hoqUOIYIS:JOOGadsdenCouniy.) 28th, 1 18ll>05. 223: _Nepon.eU AveDorchester of the most fastidious Epicure.Cyder C'' money. derwear in Fan'Patterrra unsurpassed.Sjectol ';
Largest and bet display of pre Massachusetts." printed :!
, .erveilproducts, MO, County In gold letters, and a fine balf-tqne Soup Oold'Shoed Turkey' -- ::::I
t f Largest and best display of mineralproduct cut of the. handsome family residence. with Oyitaratta. Oyster Stumsg ,

\*, tlOO Marloirtuunty. .. The Inner page contain. "An Historical Cold i I Tongue- Cranberry' Sa_ 5: We also carry a .complete.lIno[ of Dry: Goods, .Dress Goods Skirts '
Ox Boilnd HamWmtern ,
woods Largest*100 and Marlon best County display of_native form abUtory Menu" glv tbetr''ag married' In. .concrete I life for Best Heart with Brown' Gravy. e Vests. Jackets, Sweaters and Ladles Novelties, such as Fancy? ,o1w,,
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V Largest and best dlipUy' of livestock fifty year.' Among"' the ''KeltshesV' 8kw'f14 OTMIIII Rio Paged_ZNitotovs ,Fruach fern 5lars, Hand Bags .IUbb!>ns and Hamlk,;rclilof ,' ,
:, 350, Marlon County.. on the menu, we notice Klsslmmee. b. Homemade Dread '"
--Lju-irt-HLsnd: _best display of poultry. .On the back page Is printed a copy r tUdlxh Calory i 4UUU1tLU1tltllt1LULULUtUUlit1LLIUUtltutu1UU1lLUtUUUliluauu{ { llluluLUluIUtll' : ;
12,0, UplsboroughCountva of that ol" familiar song !"Auld Lang Ambrosia with Oaromvl. Oake''; _... _
Largest and best display''of manufactured 81ne. Silver 0ek. I -, .
goods,. '100,... .iltllsborougb& Hero' hoplng'that Capt. and Mr. Iced; ..- Oofla .Milk !
Counts ,. ,. FVo"-may live'to-" Iebrat.e-many 'Mr'and Mrs;; Morrison are making .,.Denham. _ Notice. rr

Largest and bested ucaUoQ.l ublblL. more anniversaries of their! marriage. an viable reputation for the Tobope To the i'eople'01 Klsslramee' .KANNER &'. Co., will olfer'to' the o

$100, Ulllsborough County. Beve D. Denteham;win deliver kallga.and are being rewarded by an The best people on' earth live In the people of KUstmmee and surrounding ,
I By Department: two ever Increasing. stream of patronage.OSCEOtA United States. .Some' live In dear old county a special induction! on theirentire rfr&ie]!
lectures in'tbe
Opera House next Moo- '
I stock fort ne lwetk only, so
The following are the report' of the lay and Tuesdayeveningrespectivel' Dixie and some further North. Noon all

judges of, each department, showing Mr..J: eob./D has enviable .' HIGH SCHOOL. of all my ancestry was horn or to make enough I'oom'-tor. their'Bo1iday'g ,,<\ i. r \, > + -4?
.rlouloountie..a.oo410 each., reputation on .the lecture platform, Fl.-.r-G. ,- d.. Owing to the crowded 'reared north of Mason and Dixon line; / dire us is fair.. arriving every t, ' .t,; .1.- -:- j1 j- :
I with tbe name of the judge: and the In of the Northern condition of the room; it was nepessary I .have kinsmen now living who wear ' . \ . "
press many Your to PleaseK. '." ., ; ,
1 Citrus. o'rulta. S. H.OaUsklH, judge. cities where be ha* lectured speak very to divide the attendance onepart honored titles won in the Confederatearmy. ; >:.." '' _
Lee 10; Orange gr; folk 8; Oaovola+ 7i; highly of'hl..i eloquence. Mr; Deuham coming fn the morning, the Union rifle belched forth deatl K-\NNQ.MIl':, *>..
I 31 anauwK; Ulllsborough 5., ,.. ?, will assisted In these.entertainment remaining In the afternoon. Five new upon those of my own blood Myprronts 4
|. Agricultural. C. F. Cone, Ju lle. b y local talent and those. who attend puptta enrolled slcce last. reptrt, were nursed by old ,, negro Osceola Prize VTlnners.; I.
I Marlon 10; Alachua 9; Polk J8; _L ke 7; wlll_ be well repaid for.their trouble. seventy-six In all., mammies.- But I-tave livid In the Among' the prize winners in l'' tbe $2500.
| Manatee; Lee 5.Vegetables. Second Grade. improvement In North and know lobe Northern heart: restock exhibit at the State Fair '.
I W. F.. Allen /ludge.I LETTER TO C. A. CARSON.KISSIMMBB . number work: continues" ttvls. : week\ ; Tbe two sections of-*>ur common country notice 'the followlrJg)] Irom Osoepls, we . ? Two Story, I...., '
Manatee 10; Lee;'Polk 8; UlU'sbwrpuh The work that the pupils Aid for the need to understand each,other and County: -... Larce Stable,4 sets, -
; FLAvJear
I 7: Oaceola 0; Citrus 6, Fair has helped them wonderfully. t.het will bo In loye My lecture on Best Shorthorn bull two? old Mat St._ f
I Cere l.. C. M. Connor judge. MaI Sir; People, ..a'lI: bow many Tbird Grade. The third grade has rabam Lincoln., the Friend. of the and under three firsthand second years Lee "
rlon 10-; Polk 9;. Alschua 8; Orange; square feet a.gallon, will cover,. Depends two new puplla. making a-total or South" Intended to help as to un* Parsons Cattle Co. .' $2500 ..'
I ";,Lake nrHtllsborougK5r uponcondltlonot building i I ,.. __._ forty-Uve. derstand. His life will\ be presented ''Aberdeen: Angus bull'* threb''eare
I Tobac io. .:. O. Hester. judge. OndsI There. a great deal of lying on Fourth Grade: TbU class. are takidg"an'active )n og bitter. partisan.spirit, but sym and over'first premium:F: :Berry.; 'Cot....sad ereve'I
den 10; Paaco 9. this point. The stock claim of .lying Interest-in' their languagework. pathetically. Because your coming Jersey bull three. and tn Nrta. KUlw...,
I 1'reierved Prod oct... J. 'I* AnderI taints Is 300 square' feet, two coats doe. not mean. dollar .on earth tome first premium to United years Land Co. . r.. .... s
*ortT; judge. Lee 10; O* olat>i; Manes It'* a lie, a. a rule. Fifth Grade. This class is studying ,'I am able to a.l&IOU: to sit withus Jersey bun under one year, first $ 600,
I tee Si; lilllsboroucb. 6; Uakerfr., De'voecovers 300 to /600)( our agents the earth's .motions. a 'few- and learn of that man whom the premium to United Land Co. I
I hink. We think 300 too loW and 600 In the.01..., who like the InColumbus' bf both North and South are .
llortlcu Iture.- J A. Rear judge people people Jersey cow three.* vears. and over f... ..1141.. Lot........
I Manatee 10; Halter. tf{; Hillsborugh9.1'ulk too high; though doubtless, ,.they both time -find It hard to. believe more and more co oiug- to class in the first premium to Uolled Land Co.Produoe . t4 es M.U St. IIortlUI. ''
I ;-Lee. 4f. Pasoo Although occur. that the earth Is round. list. of our great. men who are worthy of dairy cow 'third ,to ) ....., .t
I Manatee bad ((be1 highest number -ofI How mucb..tbe'.ot. e"p&lnt.: cover Sixth Grade. Both divisions have ,B.. Q. D&NHM.I..tlCoroella..MI1n:18oD United Land Co. , .....
point. in this department. ,' the judge I. equally doubtful. '; w.,guess-'100--to finished the-conjugatlonsjn I grammar* i ,"Berkshire' boar, yearling, third to .5091",. "
I awarded the special premium to Halter 400.The Tb attendance livery, I'ood.- --- I. spending 'WL.Van.Duzo..". : 1" I ...
I County truth. Is found In another cora- Seventh Grade The pupils of this the week with' 'her grandparentrlnampa. . Uerkl1ilreV1ea..llnJr.tlnrd"-b ___ .:'1'...",.".. .A...... Ir. i
L_CQi J. W. Hatcher.. judlre. arison.. Devoe 1 I. all paint.. true grade '-are budylng. syllable and ,W. L, van Pusoc. ,, -"*.. la w_t K.U-".-
I Alacbua; Marlon 8;-W.ibtw; ,> lot.strongpaintandullmeasuree 4lacrltlcaLn in orthography.. : Western meat tomorro f ( Saturday) q 'l- .......
I Mineral* F. II. Sellards, judge the other In general are, at the best,. HIGH SCHOOL. the Klsslmmee Grocery Co. .W.-D.HoldAoand S. S.- -Oi t Iffln> */ .. -. '_- -.
I Marion 10; Polk 7; Hlltsborough 6; d tluted,ad Iterated and short-measure. The first year class are busy learning at ''ecteda'' sale yesterday mornlog'toNew --$;5O O, ;
I Washington 4; Citrus. 4; Manatee They oover aoordlog to body and the latin verbs and their deolenalune A bo Ubll"Ly-ft gtieststook.Tbankss York parties, of a ,
I Forestry.Herbert W. Savage J Judge. neasure. You oaa't. paint with clay The second year class. are still giving dinner ...t.he, tobopekaligairesterday. at Mofflt belonging to Consumers .0 Ac..... ''dwetliss. u (hit.Oltlvatlo .
I Marion 10; Citrus 9; I'asoo 8j Manatee line chalk and bar)Les water o'r-alr plodding uCaesar'soommentarlesonthe.Oalilo . Lumber Supply Co., and including ...U41..It'. ..._ M
I 7; Polk 6; Orange. no body In them. Go by Devoe. war. Representative J. W., Knight.. of heir. 14000 acres bf round timber, for ; *..Coaatry.: '
| Live Stock W 8.I1obbioejudge.Marion Yours truly II The third year class are finishing Citrus County, agent for the Mutual M. O. Over.Lreeaod 13000 acres 000
I 10; Alachua 9; Hlllsborough E W DKVOPI &: Co6 one of, Cl ero'* oration againstCatel Life[ Insurance, Company of New .round timber for M.:. M. Smith & Co., $1, .

tI; Orange 7; Polk 8; Osoeola 6. .. New York Ine. I York, spent .a day in \town this '.. a purchase price in round number :.. .'' '
Povllicy. F.' J. Marshall, }udjle.llmaboroufb The fourth year class are followingthe :week of $143OOO; This Is the greatest sale n. ;
I 10 Orange! IIi Manatee 8; l'tOTIL' : wanderings of :Aeneas by Virgil. 01> which we have heard in >our county good 2.t.rjf HOMM, 68aora .t
I Paapo:6 Cltru 6, Owing I to tbe scarcity of'wood and Music DEPARTMENT: The Woman''Auxllliary"; and for a long time.-Orlando'Star. i I.. .,.. Coaatry.; .
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I Manufactures. K.L.Wartman Judge.lllll.borougla be distance to haul, hereafter splitstore The music pupils both vocal and the ."Woman's Guild..will. meet, inSt..Jobn'schuruh ,*' -
wood will be 1.75 a stran. instrumental have been studying scales Monday afternoon, Orange Tree.'
I 10; Marion IIi; AlachaaI G. B. WooD.4LL. this week. at 3:30 p. to. As it is tbe first', DeeLloll The .'ever offered ,for sale J.rM. WILiSON
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Lake: 6 Polk 4S! Lee 3. JR
; : alf'members'
I Educational. Dr. Andrew Sledd, h _ this fall, are urgently, .requested here sample trees and prloea can be .. ,
j """ to be'present. ,
[*.judg Htllsbprough> 10; Polk 9, OsceI -. vvv i av iv i i iv:v i'v for seen further at & D.Information Uo&an's .... REAL ESTATE.aoooooooooooooooooooei:, .,,
I ola8i; AlachuaS. Ma-rloa 1M,01loIee6., wVv Mr.. y.A\r-T\ ller and Mrt Mamie :" apply to '. t '
Tiller,' mother' and sister .of Mr..M., L..P I1troizty,
I QTY CHRIST NOTES. ; THE EST'.EV'ER, Tiller, arrived from their home In .---- -' -.- ,--- .. ....;
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Chattanooga yesterday spend -. -_____ ggggggagagggggggaaDaggQQ -
FfITZ A WEBSTER'S "I he winter.wltb lobe family.of tfcelatter.rhese ' > .
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Only'a few more'al"bt.l of pointed ladle have visited Klsslmmee. iTOPICS
I earnest preaching and our meeting NEWEST number .of times' before, and have
| will be over.! What bus". H,-meant to S .' hosts of frlenils: here who will hall.
I you?additionalrlightstreceived. forI rj heir reLurl .with pleasure. :At: the' Christian Church.
the Will TIMEI I
| '"the-Increased' re.oonsibilitycondemn A' BREEZ' Capt. J. W. Collier and three. of his I Ibrotber. _.
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r> us in the great Judgment or shall weIr I : _enjonnlt a pleasant U'Bj ECTS'Friday 1
of the former In this '
assume It as true disciplesDfChrlst( ; union at the home I II ,
P and win the approval of Ood Ood-is ; S I city. They bad Hot been together boo Dec. Ist...:..:. i to'Heaven. "'

|I. greater blessing ones our the efforts next, and few days let us to make lead I 2 fl .Farce Gbraedu' Brim' ; Full! 'and .8Ubbllnoo! CVlth 1S I he fore Fair in several In Tampa years until when they they met".all at ;I II 'Saturday. ",.1 How Ye"FourWays Hear.,: :to Get, .' .."'t'

I| :Precious wlnceth souls, souls It to wise.Christ."', *"Be' ,/':that. : Mirth 1 'and Music J "SometHlng Doing"::flll: the rTimc.r7 J S I decided.spend a few to come days up KUslmmee The vlslt-and :I 'Sund "r-': rL.m: :,The WorldJor Christ:" v x S '- , ,

I brother Rev. R.D. Collier, I II ..
Note the topics for'Friday, Satur- '\'- lag are .5 p.-m. Business Meeting of Entire Church.
; : ; . of Tarpon Spring; Mr.'11. .0. Collier, 'I'II "
E .Jay* ) and Suuday; ,business and come meetlnd'at out.' Doa"orget.t.he & PRESENTED' BY i. StJPEItIUQ' COMPANY. OFCOMEDIANS I of Estero, Lee County and church "
-a B- mi." Sunday, it Is very' Important. ANft PRETTV 'QIQL S I Collier, of Freeport decided, Tbe locate bittergentleman9 In I II I II . :I
I *TSr* member should'be,present S -.... .. i I ha .
Bee the announcement of the lecture I ..._ ,_ Clsslmmeeand brought .We family . '-- ,COMES J. .' {t.4

I I ,.w Moody m be great aDd,,aDd Tuesday should night..ttract'laree-They .=OP.B'RA.HOI8 ;,,,,.BONE80AY. DEO. 6TH., ." 06. I I .B.with store.O.bam atlCampbell Lewis; Be A; Co will:,,,,of naval be which associated More firm Cap open with-, 'B. 'CU,DENHAM... Evanteilst. . ",Er HRAYNERpaster'", .. .:: ; "

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!: Plan to be on band'and enjoy II I. . .
onto OO Collier I* a member
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thoroughly, disillusion 4l: heiress. "But > t

when rcrflved It;.It ....lnl'd.Jo hie abpauUful.Jud Conferencerto Pass; Upori the < ; q !

C romantic tiM I :suns In L y _. ..x l 4lc w aw L / /%.6.

'r LION ecstnclcs. I'never for n, minute doubted Views .of Dr. Bradley, ": / \
of TL the writer, IIrd.1 he had\ always. | .

,, M looked so centl manly, I had not one Dr., : ; !l I
fear of his proving)/ himself other than I '
tile hero' I hero woiftblped In my ., '

'r dreams, I drilled' to':make: the jour. less : !'
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' By .ABM KaUuutne Green, ANebe- .f I.."rbe" JII&eo Fonaae ney he tUjjKes .d-lt seemed a Journey J , thioe : {

'to me-and ihonj: hjtp. do it I should' In Justice to Noted Dlvljt'* Many Del. 1
'.""1."".,I***, ey ita.CUT .mens.s.Continued. have.. lo. risk' <)MI'a Itiiddpn' .llspleqiOrr ", ; ,' It,
cgaUs Seconded -Motion to Ap"point '
'. I the I sbould dillous. |
thought satisfaction!!
.CHAPTER x: pleasure of your guavdian' by encouraging receive' would make me ample Amends( .'". New lnv.stlgatngCommltUs. the p* ( } ; ,

/ this interview You may trust for any iiiipiT'.it'niitnewswhich' might |Ii- ;

: me; all that have told you Is true." follow, How I nmnngcd: to obtainl'erlllll'l.1ol1 i the! ( .,
But be i".1 no novice In interview
"Then I have Indeed been Inveigled '/ lo go out, and how I contrived rue has "" !
o" of this kC<): Smiling quietly lie re Th* session of North tJeorglacouftrencd
to elude lon '
Into a,,doubtfua'prOCfl'dhic) by a most the 'olupI1 fflronme :
4. in.rbd; accustomed
\ will) not interest. I did in tsuwnan Thursday '
bt"neyolt despicable roirue. Tbe description| you you. go ? \ .
t hate of the man who followed and alone, but I did not find the: nIts- morning :
"I do Vti answer because t dreadyour given \;as the must sensational and : ; ,
the lady who has since died, anti faction/ I was Jli'spiiich. I ,got lost '
young carried. '
diKPifdsure. I have no message developed three mom luter" tiuK fatures. > '
the lind to In-
who hod begun to follow another- wentover wrong ferry, l
from the jf\!nUeuian Id ,whom you alInde .' (
," died." quire S. i 'bo has since wii.v
but J one for him 'If he Dr < .
have (
mind ,,
''Sir?" worn out l hpdrJl.lljI..1 l with dust the I
At IIf Kv J. Jvi. Snow
calls upotj Jon, lit bit may. plcoae ask "The working girl! hRSJIlft't'rNltilt" and 'stilled with bent I finally talkedInto ; request .. : I y.
blm how j,>any' ladle of the name of poor 1 and, by a rate of the jpuufei: "nc*, a H, !
same fate AS that of the young the. depot fit..Tomoy City It wan to "r;
Rogers be J pus mode liluiself agreeableto find Its Uc.'Klful new comniUUe i.lnt"d; tu look against ,
laity, of Tlilrt.v- ixth street declared I'.r staringlock: that wu lt "

'a lately. "i'id It be does not recoil at! Mr. (]r)<,<,. "\.ltll'r was' killed yet I t wn n whole half' hour later than, the ;Into and U1\.ru UICb I)' ft4'uII:; People| l I
that ask 41'1' bow more lie hopesto .
many both hate pcrlslredonc: front A mn II,;- time he hn.t l Ret for leaving( : Oh, It wax !! :1t4
'z bring l tote the police courts before I chamfer. ot heresy ltich buiitg '
; ai* & preIerred '
pant terry. the other" fiom over4'Ncltement 'n ih' eilrmil rJ-rpr't'iic-o. and l at first ('toorCl (;
he Is siluihflOped\ there himself." '' cnfeci leU ic-s ' d' tun I down IlIalnllJr.; llmauey: of 'I r.Dlt, I t
preying' ou' an *o < ( :iui j rat for (hu ) ,q
"What a j* yourneansprang from triune" amid tile.*, but nrterwnrd I plucked; church. Sonata : "

t1le'Up. of te|, startled girl he was "d- : "Oh: where I I" my v puurdlan? I. wlf>h up heart and began" ; tn thin!: it was all ,When Uhf nuui0 of Dr. Bradley: waaaJ riorltlu The ; '. ,

dressing. He had frightened' her and\ to go hoiue< I am afraid p( ibis horrible my own fault and tlinl It I had not called\ at the ntol'ntag. lIe>>ivj. and t' J
be bad ar<*ipd) ,her Interest. That :-wan the l : ,'1I
v New York It U full of deceit and made PO many foolish mistake I the usual question laked ny toe presiding 1\
what he and he sctretly smiled 'admits : .
"D sought shame and 10 Iler)'.". should 11:1\'.'. 1 been 'hi time to see htm bishop. "fs theme any .charge .
overbiC@cCVes. "I do not understand tie !
: '
The detective saw she vine on the and sire him' perhaps from A 81ssppohntnwnLas -' against the character: of it.- Bradley
; .
'you. Poilc court*? Oh who; are you? .rel'pl", > ,
; of and waited respectfully cruel 1 ax own. Hut t "
ver'gre hysterics my;
? the
i Not .1'01I officer" I hope? i.imldln4 older of the Atlanta caused ; J

i. "You m.At make: a worse guess/ for her self-p.psBPisslon. .to return."I way! irate nntl tumdonbtwilr.womtld! l ho district te,'. ltr:: .ken, arc.. ,anll.alla' the ;'V'
am sure," be observed at last late. If I tried tllp I'spciliuont( n*nln. ,;
Alls Rog\\ I _m a detective ::
fflv grown *
"that your guardian will l>e one of the The dlsfincei: too great besidea;, I Cory: : [ .ii
old in .bCl But that "ed'notalarm I.. .
'Ir"lce. n "Theie 1&18tU'.t
d ". first to" urge" your return lfhe" can be slid 1 not lM'lic\p I could )set nnollirr opjioitrnrlty no charge him" H ,ln,<< < :
yolt, for tnT experience* .have bishop. Some tins 'chj--fcc. of '
(% convinced that you are In any danger. of slipping a i\y. or If I did ago \'(' (' : :

not ,made Die either hard or pitiless. It[ you will tell me' Just what bus .that I should succeed In ..!tI.lll1my/ heresy *" eiu preferred against Dr. If. able l

'The gentl@pteo you rf'ter'to Is a rogue.That passed between yon and this man-" companion.' It I wanted to keep my S. Bradley, and af'ur correspondence The # ,
s here I
Is vrbf I am and why beg
"Oh very little; so very little that Iam appointment I must may In the vicinity with you, I'was.. authorized to i.ppolnt sacnlt
you to listen while I make clear to :you
overwhelmed at the Indiscretion ) and to stay In tlie-vlclnity meant a a 'committee at Investigation. They
the of from a protect .
narrov% ca ;your escape
min wltli iit honor or respectability. which led me to leave the school justto whole night spent! In n strange hotel. met, and, rfiw an exhaustive examination : of the I .

I "Ohl! OUj'' cnmeln hurried punts from see a person whose personal appearance For a young Kill who had never slept returned a verdict that lu .tholr ever

Yr her white jlfcs., \ tier face bad l lost Its and pretended admiration bad atracted alone la her whole life >ou will think estimation there 11I'1no" trial for .heresy yellowy!
I do not understand now H took to decide on such
me. II-
disdain, abA the eye she fixed: upon courage necessary, There is, therefore,
could have allowed myself to But I curried !!
bow..1 step. was crazy away
hit were 'III\|< open and pleading. There now nothing against the character r
listen to him. I am horrified at myself by an Idea. I did. pot give (the man my enter
was no evil In them, only I the shame oft of Dr. Bradley." he
and I hate him no that- light name-the hotel man. I mean wss
a proud )uure caught in an act otfolly. As soon as Cr.; Bakes bad taken ,
-" "That you are! only anxious to see I end I did not go down to the table. I "
"'bat are you telling me, abe him punished. Is not that so. Miss ., stayed In my room all the time and his seat Bishop Duncan" .as1 cried. "A < ? I think must be
rogue you
Rogers'" bad my meals brouRht 1'me, and'WHS Bradley wished to ruy anthing) to the ,
mistaken. know a gentleman when
{ "Anxious? would give hundreds of dreadfully nervous and afraid! Jut nil conference. Dr. liradley! arose and :
> I him, I
see OCd though am only seventeen
dollars-" Ibat was nothing after it was over. I stated that he did not know that. there
I tin not so childish at to be '
Give me something less; give me did..pot carp for that nil lint I did was anything for lilui to nay. ( .
entirely de elred !In those I meet We A
;your' confidence/ f will respect It and care for was 'the fact that though I Tall and thin and In a voice far-
are talking! About different men or you terests
onlyuse'auch facts as will lead to bill I eat In the depot punctually from: 12 to reaching. Rev. Snow addressed
are the vitdm'of some mistake. Bishop ton a' \ .
detection." 1, no one approached tne, nor did I cceany Duncan as follows
"We can .easily determine that said : )
Bureau (
.. "Ah. that Is what want from me. one that could lu ,
:you any way
1 be. "What i, tae name of the gentleman "In the case of Pi. Bradley, I wish ,
Well. I am only too bappy. onlJ'T" person who bad haunted my steps '
of 1'1'110111Q' are .speaking to call for a new ,commUtee. Aud with 1 ( '
( J3be paused, clasping her bands In and written me this note." list
,"I would t1J.t they not mention Dam..uu. the privilege of the
{ sudden confusion and dismay. "Humph! And that wall yesterday?" bishop I shall 47 pen ,
was bt. looking ati er: ha never {'bat a .<*andal!" she exclaimed."How "Yes., sir""I state my Riouods: fir such request." 1,410 :

looked at @Oy one, but for all tbat his can I bear the shame of It and see. You suffered J n cruel mollification Amidst: much laughter, the bishop the '

,+ eya had peculiar expression for all tbe talk And the police .courts ,' for -\vljlch you can now congratulate said: "If I knew what you warn going and ,

.which the *n-wlper be was! honoring you spoke of them...<>b, do not tell me yourself." to Bay I could tell yon whether ot who
with his * have been responsible.
n.\ e may I; shall have to KO there. I should die 't'O! yes sir" hot you could say It.* The
But doubt It. :
of confusion and, horror. '" My guardan "1 am glad lind the to Dr. Snow then elm
"No naffle?" be replied.- "Very well : you. courage! ;!ly stated that be

i (We will try to !get at tbe truth In some -.", return." had new evidence and had reason for I year: !
"Do not think of-that. If you can "Where else could I go?" ,_ I desiring the old evidence .
other say, ik.en. gone over ,, (,
taking hi be saved from publicity: you shall At' "And that Is the whole story You with by a new committee ; ; ,
And a paper from pocket At. the pentine :;;
present we want nothing more than a .had no other experience, and have not close of his '
r he opened jt deliberately, then laying remarks Dr. Bradley ":
It on his kb* put on .a pair of glasses short account of what baa occurred beard from the man again arose and Mid: ;ik f'
-: between you and .this mysterious person "No, no. How,should I. if) be In the
:'and observed "I do not wish
; short interval of time durng of dozen iAjlhlng which t cuted ,
in 4be wooer a other girls lie hasamusedjilmsplf. )
"I am coil to read to you a deacrlpJtlon may say to lead any one to- believe (
which you.were-absent from the and It hi over but ny murder
not, tf ,the gentleman whom that I ",'ouJdnot he .Vthousand jII''W }'
." school. Did you succeed" la meeting corn and hatred are not over and If glad to have board .
you have much confidence but of \ ,
{, him? Was be at the place appointed ever .I have 'opportunity to face committees investigate U the
another, Dually nameles.wbo has cue '
lr + been seen flitting' : around a young lady For' take It for granted _be hn.d entreated him 1 ,will load him whim] such reproaches : the conference for one mom u: doubted son :
,' the honor of an Interview,", make his ,wicked whether twos'
ni will even teaching' doctrine / ;
of .
the. III'Uti'nam, a* yourself, living .the
but a short time ago In Fifty-sixth "Yes, yes, but I am glad he failed to heart tremble.; 'f ':'. ', :. acceptable to'them or;': not1'*);'" under .

aUHt.'':\ ' "'':il<<; ,.. come. I went to Jersey City: I, whohailnever )Meanwhile ,)(1'. flryce, had'given the Dr. Bradley la his presence':before der '.'' ] ,
And-llfttnS tbe paper be read aloud bee"jln the streets before note which he held both close and' careful ther conference"presented a long to'b* board ;

,these wort.: without a companion. He'Uad writtenme ,cruul,7. It vies well written but remembered figure.. With his ,bright 'iIi.'
a note-but shall see it.' I cannot wards, .'
., you
and formal which
a hand '
penetrating eyes and' his
y" cool '
"Accprdlt)2) to. the descrlptloa.given this matter to quiet' until t"
keep any myself
struck him like an attempt to disguise demeanor, and a !
by such prons as have observed this simplicity manner
look if a' !
and you so good, you are :
;' gentleman p., 1 tall well affable tbe natural writing. a a'a frankness thai t
M formed Could ,not but be
... lnotbAbner' and pleaslnsf nCdret detective*_that,* cannot. .:help "I shouUUllke_to:keep this".,he..suegestcd. -. A. Caldwell: iy\:
when Commended.'he ectatlnnedr"I ..._
JOII. Besides, perhaps, you see !
_ "It may prove lnestlmable '
*.. 111% tomplexlou Is medium, hjs have nothing to
Vhat tempted me you will not thinko value in determining the Identify of : cover up) In A .
hair and JMu,taci e' dark and his eyes harshly of my folly. I did not m..abanT the writer." fact when the matter came up th*
w ; He N what would be called by era !In ; ,
gray. great wrong,but was carried away ":' bishop stated that inasmuch a* I was lr'
all person ft gentleman, and by most a "There something else. she murmured day'co. !
b7 what seemed like the romantic adventures 'already traasferre.1 to another confer
f handsome mao He Is above all a ot'lIome"ot-my'favoritehero: .,"which may prove_ot_ more use he ) !: J
ence. thought 'the .
strong character, bearing evidence In to you. though I did not mean to tell matter was out makers' -4 H
]ne.. But then. In books, the of the Jurisdiction of
look and e..r.Jte. of great force of disposition always gentlemen while mine-but you, and may regret having! done!' so. this conference. Isfactory "\

? apd J a determined will" ... are here Is the letter. Look for yourself Thl>rtt-wlla a card Inclosed In this note, I Immediately told t
,' The det itve| paused folded tbe sir, Jt cnme by mall the day before which If It waa not meant as a guarantee upon an investigation before I left At- be a. d':

paper and (aid. It on a table near. by.Mis ;yesterday.; : Ah!"bow lone It seems. .of good faith certat'nly'Jooked! like laota.'What. of all ;
Roff r' was blushing."That. IOW." .. It. And. with 110 added blu"li'. nhe. 'I have taught haa been In the ) i

ae I bare Informed yon," COD Ehe! fumbled in ',her pocket and dipped' again Into her pocket and drew public. It has' been printed for three

to "'" tinned tbVlitber, "1s 1 what person say. brought out a note. The detective's out -a small'Blip of pasteboard which years In the! newspapers, etc., which '

S of the no'j) who paid court to, .or' at eyes glowed; be.-was attaining .the object she handed" to the detective.. "Tbat la have reached! probably a quarter of a A :
least, shovel his Interest In the his name, said she .. .,W
;young less million
of his wishes with difficulty readers have '
.-Tb'-; .!....JJ nothing......to_ ;:: "
ludy'T' @:
.about ,her, ,tePII.end; _toUowlo/.l1et-to/ -* tbat bad passed between this gave the card one look and Is also my private bollef. have the '

church an'<) other public placet She person and me before I received thisetter started perceptibly, notwithstanding' to teach as honest tried Cump -of:

has since died! so I cannot get her description was an Interchanged -glaaceor the self-possession acquired by long my convictions told acre of
me to teach :
and have J :
r ;. *>{ blm. but must !rely' upon so. I had passed him'In thestreet several years of detective service. I best I done my .workas Swamp : ;; Nr'r;

that of br friends., Did you ever see times and each time he had "Wo thl card in .time letter I hold?" knew how. !

any: one Jltct Dim?" looked at ne la what I thought was "Yes. sir." "It, however( this conference I isnot' -000 ,

Tbe ab bed girl bowed her bead. an unmistakable way so I was not "Tbls card? This with the name satisfied with the report cf the
to the
G t She was trebling lu. every: lliub, but surprised at these words, monstrous. you here see upon It?" old.committee, I horm,, It will give, mc ,...
,she <1ld pot Choose to and he did\ the privilege hpsrlug. t
spook aa they seem to me now.". 'Yes. lrt" of asking for *>. new : '

a not urge her to do to.. .. The detective meanwhile had read "It Is another man' card, surreptitiously committee." I ; j .

s' "You 'II'l1rdon' me, he now pus the efrullloD'wl.. cb had occasioned so Inclosed In tbe note" he decided. '. .. ij

'. sued "If t trouble you. with a secondesctlptiot d much mischief. It ran .thus: "It In. not that of ttie person PLAN FOP GIRLS. of the }'

\ This; Is, ot a itentleuinn Dear: and Beautiful Miss Boners who followed.rou." < etle- I ,:

who lately tbe persecution oft a May an unfortunate who Is not permitted ***'! think you are mistaken. I havereason Southern the I ,

Y young girl jtt l-3: bearing! your name, but to enter within the charmed for knowing that there la no Methodists ,Arranging to ,
inrt old .
:without tlO worldly advantage be., wall" which at present holds you prisoner deception about this" Build Great School. .
A' longing to yourself or to the last mentioned There is.a movemunt on toot loot itstasfa ;;;J
otter one word; against the. tyranny "What reason? Tell me,. my dear ,..
lady Sh
,1 but pretty. Hood( und to all appearance* "I ,have seen you, and I cannot be tant." r the bounds of the Southard ceed to ] J'''

happy till she came across thl* gentle, .. 111. I have learned ;your name and U "Well. It I la tbe last secret I have Methodist church of a great female In- a.

+ man. He J, Bald by those mho have e has, become the lode star of my life. One day when I was out.,walking we ntHutlon similar to the Methodist' .'

,Been him \t be tall handsome' preposesln Will you accept an homagtt!: that must t passed this man standlng'on the corner e-cat echo', for boys at \usllvllleVauderbilt -. nated by ; : : !1.:

e = looking of, age' boutthJrtr, be secret and believe\ ,In the devotionof of a street. He was smoking and university.The Fair! at ;

complexion tnedlum, bait dark, a largo :;e one ,who It he nTSy not approachyoq held his cigarette case in 1 his hand.' As present plans. are for the teen- receiving![ << ;

t'Yt uastacbe-aOd inch' than gray n b.r'eyes. Pld :you ever here swear,e that he will approach we, approached be grew embarrassed t sal confe-ence: which meets next: armies, :$;'
.Bee no other woman while remain un and' to thrust the' .
you attempted cu e Into : >
a ,,May in Blimlc'jham it will be
"Don't ask roe. ,You startle and aur- to be asked Kim-
his be failed
pocket, but to do BO and ; /
... prise me W 'oAtl hll endurance What t fly to Indorse the project and latrro the moat
"But must I live In darkness and It fell upon the pavement. He dl" not '
; ,44 does It all mean and what I* there 1 in never break tbe silence wblclv. has notice it and moved off. ,and when I have th general conference of tb. fair

.. the name of Boxer tbat only personsOf iltherto been maintained'between'us? cam .to where he-'was standing I' churchtake- It under its-Mare.. (

" ;. r.' .that najjj should receive thl!*- man'sattention1' J.:' hope for; Die.'Whoa.'onIT, I have kept It and csn J.' II.. :

", r' .. thought I J. to make yon the protecting how It to yon. There Is 'mono ram SIXTEEN MILLIONS WANTED. .

'v,"'' 1'.\ "It Is DOt Only-the name of Eogers," angel of my life?, May I not hope for on--one, side of,It, anil the letter are --:-- death: at''

;: .J. remarked >_ detective kindly. ..",1aec: b one word,'one look uninfluenced by the ,the. 'same a* tbe Initials of this name." For Expenditures on Canal Up'to* fit.. work. H I ,

.. P ix' on* of these girl'ws. Jenny also" presence of others? ,It fat can be so "Get It; let me see it. If yon pese.M\\\ cat Year" Ending 'June SO 1907. water | J
......_""0 fA'Jenoyt ]rotfrighten/ me.,sir.,,or'rat&er.yofl kind[ and'your heart so responsive to a cried -,th*'' detective!, looking both A Washington dispatch says; An es.. floor.

7" *V kea my susplclonaJas to noble-paaaJoo' then remember tbat"for troubled and ) ered louL : .,' ->.:' tlmateof tI.OOOOO-tor.( continuingwork water:' <

your vet t*., ,.I.m trphloa.bav* three days,I shal .spend the hour be- She left tbe room at voce:,, ,When ibe on the Panama. threw : .
been tellinay'me? Have" *yon dot been tweeD 12 and II> la the depot at,,.JereClty 7 returned abe found tIN,detective stand*. canal h.. been $!
lent UJ th -
aaoetofJ4iwfh', .-, :.tyoaeboose-to pass through lag) before, tbe 'electric button la thee the treasury department from .v; ; ;
beller" *...-.". war. department to be sent to almost:;
Dot tbe place yon may-be- !ertaia-lhat dm wall lost In a reverirvo" deep that-ah- ,' ..con.* .
,MIN Bogr, you were lent Into my pair of eyes: will follow you with"a.devotion . had to touch him oa the arm to attract gres.t', ". :'flor.- '

i preaence by, stag Baddea.' Had she little short of that which a safe ,bis attention .Tbe estimate of U :OOO.OOO .la forexpenditures children., : '

;p..... .,>/: doubt of my integrityrlaked cast upon bla guardian angel. ,"Her*, fi I the ease." she said, timidly rap to and including,th. year* old.

.......'...w ,N'rM' ..tole the Ns- |. .: '"X,bar: ao >(Gtuu.tbat! you will tecltat* 'To be continued..) flccal year ending June 80..:1907, ;;
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IONS GAELS B.UISES Law, Contrary to i Rep I.
ED 'bLUfa dACil. St1fH'JOGi3'S,1IR03RB ... Revealed., I To the Pacific Co t ,;to California Oregon hin
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AN ANTISEPTIC that .tops' Initation. aubdu., jnt7.nt- Midshipman Minor; MerJwetherJr."Louisiana : .- T 'i..
matlon and
drive out Pain\. privilC"L .: frho (
/ members. 0- ; ,
t taG thlrj
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PENETRATES the Ponelooseni the rate i* practically on the bawtjof one fare for the round; 1

a tree rir+l&tIoa of the Blood; Yina'Flbroua the Mucl.Ti..ues natural, tirometa. class ,of. th. naval academywa'' put trip. Of, course, if you wish to visit bofft California. and Qrigon '
duddty. trial ;iaf Annapolis, Wednesday -
or Washington,:the cost is aliabtl.1DOI'e..
: ,boEore a ,naval cuurtumrtlaT on .
charge that Include teat of man- These reduced rate are in effect on certain dates In onths

Yuk.uEhte.r- having caused the deatu :of May to October,inclusive. They apply.from all Eastern points '
CURED OF of Midshipman James R. Branch, Jr, '
PARALYSISw. of N.w.Y'Ik, a member of the class via Chicago St. Louis or Memphis gateways. The Rock ,Island

.r w. S. P. ?.Tnw. Tsxas, wrltw "111wif. \ -..-febove hljn a. a result ojtja pre arrani- System will take you up in either Chicago or St.Louis,or at hundreds

. had been suffering five years with paralvsls in * her
arm, when I
Snow Liniment, which was: persuaded effected a compleU/cure.use Baflard'I. evening of Sunday, November Sv last. T Standard or Tourist'Sleepers with unexcelled..Dining Car serviceT"- =

have. al o-n cd it for old sore, frost bites Vnd atla' An upeiatton wa' performed jn ; ofhl The Rock Island also affords choice of routes on the "Scenic1' ,
eruption. It doe the work." '\ blidshipmnnBraacb the ,next night + ;
route off in Colorado Salt Lake- .;visit
; you can stop -see City
t EST UNIMENT ON EARTH ONCC TRIEO. / WAYS VSiO tut be dioJ on the following; ( Tuesday '
RtFUSE :ALL SUBSTITUTES \ riiornlng., 'The sad incident! ot' the j Yellowstone National'( Park; on the "Southern route you can go

,. THREE SIZES: ,25c,.3Oc .and$\.00 death of 'young' Branch, under, sucJi 1 7; ,via El Paso thin'New Mexico, then "up coast" to San Francisco. :

,BALLARD SNOW LINIMBNT CO circumstances, hat bsenwidely notlo- I Jt4 and on to. Portland'or Seattle..if desired., .
od .and'has called: attentlod to the existence
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. at the navalacademy: .of au : In short, these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good

bnwrlttencode governing the student: t t, Y chance. to see our western'country in a comprehensive. manner.
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(i-bdy b'Hovuite outside the authorlt-. ;
,BOLD. ,.AND RECOMMENDED, BY t v. 'regul-nlons and' generally: in vliutlonuf -.>. I t j; sWi '; 'IfLyou desire to go only as far/as Colorado,there are excursion

For Sale ; tiiem.Undc r'i 't'ate; in effect to- that section and return, ,,all summer:'long,
... STORIKISSIMMEE ;? the ."coda" every detail ot: ,specially. reduced June 30 to July 4, Aua a '12 ands 13,
them Ug'ats: li flied, the midshipmen 'iii and .August-30 to September 4. Extension trips to'Offden

en duty abstaining frbm reporting .'or Salt Lake and return at' low cost alsoJ .'
: thorn and excusing: from formatiotthose It

connected with. Lbem. The' ;t '1"' From September. 15 toOctober 31,, 1905, one-way '

I fact were very 'clearly brought out tourist or "colonist" tickets will be on sale to California and

EIVEEROU"T: 'I' both cross'by taa t' Judge advocate. Lieutenant and InHie I I J the Pacific Northwest-about: half regular fare. 0.}"

Commandei Robinson for the d.41feD.l-t. \ If intetetted '..... same and address on this ciopo,,deatgaata! *

STEAMER LtLLlOSTEAMER KOSEADA. Midshipman'' A. 'W. Fitch,. who ro- which booklet wanted and to what point yen plaa to go.. Nam.probable '

Captain Clay Johnson, Sr; Captain Clay Johnson Jr. fend ,the fight which was followed s+ 'date of atart"'o, so'we eas\advise defialUljr.with reaped to rates,,eta.t .
: stated that he had
Regular Vieekly trip to Baislnger sod, return Roseada leases Klsslnvaee iy BrancK death ,
Tuesday morning and arrives rjislmmee Friday evening. officiated Ic. nineteen such contest of)

Special Chartet to Lake Okeeohobee Fort Myera tb* LJllIe, L tnd .Mlcla'llpman McKlttrlclc testified i.
Trip. and on
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Comfortable accommodaUon for passengers Rate reaontble.| that "be bpd taken part In nine. Detailed CaIihnoIIa '!'''\

The most picturesque WAterway in Florida. accounts lere given of the ar- ," "

For Passenger and Freight Rate. apply to rnngenutnU by which the midshipmen ,,
CLAY JOHNSON SH.. Proprietor. va duty acquiesced "absences" wltb-' .AcUnou .;. 4t: Jpq f.

v On board "Lilli a," Klsslmmee. Fla tut leave md other.dereliction! _In or- JOHN SEBASTIAN, _- ... . pAeo
r der that the fight might !go on awl '
.- I\iiX Tra Mgr. Rock bland System j seise
showed ; ...._.L-o -
I -- tow testimony also that, Al- ,
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-r-.w. thought fictiuently severe' injuries rc- CHICAGO. .* -'--"- ,
NORTH KISSIMMEE., -PHONE NO. 8.C. suited froiu these fights and the re
had' to be taken to the .. .' ,
) c'plents N N N N N*** N**_
'hospital! nothing further was ever ANCESTOR WAS PORTUOUJ&S

Leard of them. "
This tu"- defense brought out on Six Girl. Win Suit Again"School 'City,1::

f' roes examination, ft being evident1. Officials. In North Carolina., t ; .
Intended t' show that 'the authbrltfesa'so Alter being out only fifteen'min

GroceriesF.RESH wlnk'6-l at the "c d&" ..and the pro-' ute, the jury. in the case off the six '
Fancy Family :FRESH BREAD PIES'i
:, a'ranged flghts under it. OlUllabd children against the boardof ,

Interesting; sidelights to hazing, '?r education of Buncombe county,' AND '
CAKE .: : :
Tunning as It 1 I. called at the'aciQ:. North Carolina which war on trial ,

F IEATS. ray, deyeloped' from the testimony.of in superior court at Ashevllle for Currants Citron Peel "
Raisins -
cue of tho mldshlpnoca. Merlwether "our d y loturnod a verdict Infavor'Of I ,;

bad been fct-nerally.dlslllted he :saidvbecause thh'alatla.Th.' | ...children?werepeklag j..____ ,___ _Olt c!,-. Sweet Pickles, .

Delivery! every any hour; .patronage, solicited.w '... hj was 'too "ratty," that U. cstablUh, their right to -at / Sour Pickles, nixed: Plckles:4 J: . '

"" "Co" = : ': : = = 0 '0:" It was explained that be did not abideFir tend the ,white public schools of the I '

'; f.', :. ': ..; '," :.' .'- ,. _"-',.,,,\\.J"I' the rules laid down for the gorernmont county, tl'QJ1l'which they were excliidod -, . LUNCH. OC? .
,'., ', .. ..'.. '.. ., ... .' of the lower 'clasu men. ?by the fcchoul board on account .of ' r Dites. '
. ) ; ,:.;; ; ; . . . blood in veins : 8
... -', )'' '' < ... .. .., Some of these,were that-ha shoull alleged negro their f ?;
; ; n. -''l ." &\ $;\\*;: "IP..r' wfy.w::: : ;;', .:... \ : I't ". ,t" ." ,
The plaintiffs contended that the anrcestor .
enU-' academy
"Lovers' Lane, an : '
. Sailors: Have Sport 1Racing TurtlesStart never walk; that he should turn all corners Bald to have been a'negro by, I .F 'es Walnuts, Paeans. , ..Peanuts.: t"
the defendants_s'Qt.' Portu ese ex:
at right angles should not look
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traction. The case excited the'greatest t' .
Big Snapper 'Aoro. Deck placed, and the .snappers sailed away or an upper class ,man and should _
Interest the of the
r, and .<&.!....on: .''JTInUh frort' th. 'post In a manner much answer .most' respectfully, when ad- as
have Intermarried withlarge'nom'o&r
'sfmlUr'to1'' : fUerjutthat negro .
-dressed. leavethe by-onej> Jie jmiu -I' '
Gambl.r Think.TracV hould "?.- of the leading families,
scratch line 'at si race track. lever touch the' table; nor ask for
B. Built tor Th m. ; ,-. ..,
/ "The after deck of the steamer was anything during a meal rand; uQder0 ofthe. county.. .1

"I have .bead of horse races bicycle made a race track -There was) a real \' circumstance "fqsn," that Is, to be
races, foot races dog races and a I bookmaker, and sevWal dollars of real Ir. society ct young.women. HIGH COURT AGAINST WOMAN. HighradewbIsk :

doren 'different kinds of- racesbut more: ) changed bands: The. heavy ., ,
never before in my, long life have I loser walled and- declared No. ''S- or OET EIGHT-HOUR- WORK. -DAY- 'Case of MI'S.; Roger..-Murderess;Turn. ,
.hfard of a turtle race," mused LemKugle No. 0 was a dead one, and could not' ,ed Back to Stat. Authorities'

the sage, philosopher aud guide get around. the track 'unless. It_ 'was Diamond Cutters and Polishers Are The supreme court- of the United
of the yesterday'afternoon, carried. = '1
battery, Bites Monday affirmed the decision -;;: o o :
as ho bung his feet over-the: stern of Lem Fugle ''refilled his pipe and Given Concession. States''district d
the tugboat EL: S. Booth, and puffed- -looXed' wistfully a{ the entries In tomorrow's Eight hcura are to constitute a of the United courtof .,
ronchalantly at the'pIpe of peace."Yes. . rjes': carefully picking out day In the diamond cutting and pollsa- Vermont In the case of Mrs. Mary CA .

." he contlnned, "that Ie I the the winners, end assuring tbe reporter Icll11dusII', y hereafter! according win Bell\ Rogers: who Is undgr 'the sentence o - ,
of death In Vermont r lhT - ,
--story--broiighUn--by-the- irhet-a-1'efnch'z' M adMullall""W0111cr1Ie"for &llreemtlnt'I'el "reacho'dnn"New"\( I ,
Queen Eleanor from Samarang and show." Wednesday by a committee representing murder of her husband ,: 'NEAR ,PASSENGER' pKPOT.'KISdl'MMEB!: HOTEL +: -
Aden. -A friend o' mine, .who Is a "I have gambled on everylrlnd of the Diamond Workers' Protective The decision again places the rosponilblllty AND :THE! 'QRAVK3 HOU8B.

tokeron -the-\e7- race that !bas ever been rune with the Union of America-ala'd 'the Diamond of dealing with -the caseIn

bad a reirlar Saratoga'during the trip exception: 'of tbe turtle race," spoke Manufacturers; Association.. The employed the- bands of the state authorities, A. E.., BEARDEN, Proprietor ,l

over The laUor bet their money. the lage In a sorrowful lone "and I_ \ In New 7orkilty are less thai and if. In the meantime, neither'the- .
and when that was lost staked' theirdunnage think it is up to the sports of New governor nor the state courts take co
on races between a score of, York to buill!' a track for racing the forty action In Mrs. Rogerabehalf., her execution '1" .
beg snapping\ turtles, which were crust covered creatures. You.: can put' The question of wage for the coin- mustoccur \on the day set, I NOW HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OP WINES. WHIS.*
brought over by the men simply to me down on the'flat as a charter memher In r year Is also being consl.lerod. The which. Is December 8. next. KIE8 AND ,BEERS EVER HANLED IN KISSIMMEE.\ ALL

have a little sport with of 'Metropolitan Turtle Racing men now, average it 1 I. said, more The .court hold In effect, that :lit ,GRADES' AT ,PRICES. ''TO. SUIT' THE.;TIME8.
said Mr. Fugle, and the than $40 weekly. ..' II> 's .
"On the-decond- day: out the' sailors association, i was without jurisdiction In. all tho
dug out a half dozen of the .moueter tugboat E. S. Booth left her mooringat points' raised. ""- : = -=

snappers and, pasted numbers on their Pier No:. 4, Eaat river, and atarted BOOM IN EDUCATION. '' '
tacks. Strong ropes were tied around I liown1' the bay for. a tow.-New .)'ork' MAIDENT i Jug' Specla.l'ty:
the necks of the turtles; the'bets were
During the Past Year .. i
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The Southern Educational Association Lover Fought Fatal
f -> -T- : and the Aasoc'atlon! of Colleges Duel She Shot Herself. *..*..:.....*.............eft a*...........*.... ...*_ '..llta'iV ,

I.: reaved Husband Needed"tbe" Tiger and-Proparatory Schools of,the South. Mia Mary ROM, a young lady'' llv-
> 'session ingnean' Madlsbnvll'e < ;
ern States met In Joint at \ Ky., committed SALOONR.
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Nashville' 'attendance suicide Thursday -n- .
Thursday The morning by
Hi. Wl(. ,Had Recently. Died and i.".,. moments and the lookingalternately tiger, evidently was' large; educator being present hooting. b.r..lf. i"
H. Was Seeking. Congenial Ing his maD best to. reconcile the two from every southern state.: ,,It Ic.supposed the deed was brought '
The of the about att the result 'of duel I MUCGE
Society English -Newepaper "Now. young man" he finally said reports superintendents a '.
Reaoonslbler Story "you need lot take this animal unless bowed remarkable educational ping.reel bytwo young men about a month ag0, ,- ,
hippo- want to,:for"there are those,her* in the south during the past year. In which one of the participants I !
from a you
sal of animals '
At, a *, 'B
drome" tiger was'belng offered. The who wl xtake It off your oanda. I Especially .thI.- fhe"case-In 'Tennessee killed.- Both men.ware ]over.ot. the ; : WINES, DIES ,

'. highest bid made by a man who, "I don't:want; to aell." was the quiet Georgia and Alabama. gil.; and they" fought ,aa a 'result.ot '' ; -- Jac
was .
.. was. a stranger!, and:to hltd It was reply. 4."What "' L'F.ADS Jealousy. I f'Wh'.s'OrVARIOUS QRADEST .!" ,, :.
going to do P GUILTY. -
earth are you -
knocked down.. TI1,-ownel" of the an- on DOUGHERTY .. s
hay..1 :
such ugly .beast If'you WILL BE SHOD T BY MEXICA'N6.,'' < '
strang.rItea.Qy with, an .
the. '
Vnal, who had been eyeing I i .. "
,. .''during the' bidding then) no show of tfour.own and .are/not buy 'Manipulator. of School Fund In, Psorla CXOARS .ANI> :T4IIAh :O. '
went tQ him andsaid Ing for someone who la a showmanr"Wellfi'll'tell ' .',Gfv n Jail :$, ,. ,Three: ;Americans Reeelv'Death SeiW: i .. . ',
"Pardon up ,me for asking the question ; ')'bu." said'the pure, Newton' ''C.. Uougherty; formerly ',tens for;Murd.r-of Two Me'n.- '

.... ant will you tell me where. you are thaler". ."My wife died about together;; three : banker.and preal l<3.ntof, the board of 181'lu'Chihuahua. Mexico, Wednesday. AIThheuserBZischVV
Irpaa'"' I ,.. weeks ago .We had lived' for. education;; appeared before Judge Won :ndg*' Rifle' aentenoetf'C.' T. .Richard-' Beef'r -
Jrwa/wa1- nd I'mis* her.- 1-
'.-rnm.'tlte'eountr.pon'4.' c ;the. ten" "He'pau towjpebla"',.yes ant, .thlngton, at '* Peoria ,Ill. Saturday; ton.; C.a. Harle. and WJlllam M aon. .
d:an.'Are'you. and then added!' pleaded "guilty'to" fty& t'theforgerycharg ; Americans, to- be abof.TUeTnea-wereccnsed ON DRAUGHT- AND BOTTLED.'
show-r'- atead JdI '
.. connected' with Any 1 IT'bought'the,' Ugar." ) *.',agaln8t'T: >lm'and.'wa. given of murdering two men)In phtliuahua ; CAN ONLY DB FOUKDBTRrarr INK-1S81YMa.t"f qNi"BROIDWAT
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'No. t : of from ODe to fourteen fo.j. ,life Insuranco i iI !
ntence '
said Uie great a s money
Hind iM-ypiTbnyjnal{ aaima1 f rOUraettr understand yon.? 'At TIbID BRICK BAH:BUILWNO.
"- 'T".r t6i.! showman 4na;huskyVrolce' .., its. *_, y/urrt on'e ch.or'thll, five,;conatid,, lcoardson' was, an, .JD.ltranCe'apnr.; ji ; ha s, : %.
-.y..1) .. ,f. turned to,,bd..Dts> 9tloB.-:London the Indlctment'the'utne! to"becoieurrent. *- .)[uojral.t-.t-an41Harl..w.c I 'f t:, .. i j.iU j.
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GJZ6tt6' the title of the In huge letters, "
The Klsslmmc6V l6U! county ipoocoooeoooooooooopooooo a .. .
which' 'are dotted with tiny electric ------ ---- -- - - -- --

TIL.PHOrIW NO. n .::::.: globes of various colors, forming I HURRAH FOR THE
a most beautiful\ means for flooding |
.vaLI..D .Y..Y .LDAY the entire booth with 'a.. brilliant lighting FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Office In Valley OmetteKlSalMMBK.CBCEULA ullOllil', LAKE HOUSE !
at right. As one enters the exhibit |
W. .
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the first. attractive object Is a I large -- -- -

'W. B. HARRIS Editor aad Proprle.or. aquarium ''of ash showing a great .

........ variety of the fluny tribe common to .
Entered at the P...u. .e.eooodCtr.. mall matter j I Another appropriate exhibit which v y ,

.Subscribe"a will pIe.... notify \btl.offlce If reflects great credit upon it's< designer, II
they fall to set the paper re ularlv. Is the. great seal of the State wroughtIn I Renovated
LII. corre.pondenwi eommunlest on.'muet eKC-ol ie from'Jlnned our author.laed bjr. tbe.WReeited the grass, grains and 'nuts grown Thoroughly Latest .StlesLowest/ ',j
in Osceola Soils are shown from thereclaimed j
: ; matter will nibs' returned unleeecalled lands made available for | New Management T v
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agriculture by the drainage operatIons I I '
8VBMURIPTION KATES.OB of the late Hamilton DiHston --- Prices
.copy, one ye.r ........ .. ... .. .. .. ,... ..'1,00OIl..OP' the same character of land which ; ,, .
alt mouth... .. .., ......rOn -. .. ... .110 We., the best meals .
copy three montha.. .... . . .......;,. .*" Governor Broward is energetically serve. ,
endeavoring to have reclaimed In the Clean, comfortable beds I CONSISTENT: WITH I FRESH HONESTrGOODS.Xat
A wonderful exhibit ofOsoeola's .__ .
tYtd.v., December lit. 1005.r" Kverglades. __ .. ..
Elegant service careful ..
-. __ c sugarcane li shown which 1 I .
was grown principally thla rerH ... .
upon j attention is'given to all. I ;..
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trial qf'Sup, for .
Tbe Hollo war Claimed soil. - -
.- criminal libel at Ualneavllle last week The effect of the.freeze'of 1805 have''1 The ideal home'' or travelers VVVVVVJVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVBIa

1"r' resulted. "In verdict of acquittal for passed away. There are pyramids of'' and tourists. Reasonable
1 the defendant.' ,Tbe lawyer for- the oranges,, grapefruit and )limes which :I .
defense introduced DO witness, but for brightness and luscious flavor cannot rates. Come and r ff;
lobe ... the State be surpassed.. I '. qc i
with:see to rlQ4lc their} client. Mr. Bearing orange trees,,beautiful flowering investigate.W. HURRAH j- "
JJolloway bal received numerous let plants photographs arrrangedIn I .
ten and telegram from his friend tasteful shapes;combine--to--form! A. KALLENBERGER, i .
is throughout. ataUoorJJfr.tulatlogbJm : aa exquisitely beautiful color effect of I I rDOPRIETOM. "/ ._...._.._ ._.. .<;' I '

? upon his vindication. ., great attractiveness. A particularly
t :] .
q. grail tying section of the exhibit la a |' 8 I tip .hat to Star '
: my Bran.J Shoes .1
Tbe policy holders In tbe Mutu llAle nosy corner, or lounging and resting ,! : 8 !S'J'om..y. :
_ Insurance pf New York room ""''bere.-'coQlfortable-<:ldnJ-- ", s1e .
.will ball with delight the'ano'ounoo- Chile."and lounge! are provided And ]twnsls-original; gesture ; rkj; 'Several styles for boys: andgirls.." "An
J >oen" of the reslfirnation of President an almost continuous cooorrt Is .givenof phrasing and emphasis, etc. I .
Richard A. McCurdy and otber members choice piano selections by the .Oa eola High School Exhibit. i ,the way that 'Bull Dog" stocking wears is 'j 4

.k; of hl. family who have bled the accomplished Miss Joe Blanton. to] The primary department consists 01: : .' ' o
for million tfo'lar'In xhor-- the .I stock exhibit'" C-Hceola. (3 ? I', wonder1APPLICAtJON. 4 ' ' "
company TO building number work and language work, 7t / ... : .
_ bliantaalarlesand commissions. Mr. is making equally fine showing of' arranged lo.pamphlets! ; also;) sewing. . ..,, ,' .. ".' ".r . .
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McCurdy. In -order ,to hold on to the eatt'e' ; the. judging of Ibis branch of pasting, cutting and box-making. .. 0 < .
presidency of the company offered to the Fair is now going on, and from The intermedlateconsistof. language 1 : -- "' 'GET' .EM. A.T d A"
el have nl* salary reduced from $100,000a the number of blue ribbons which are hI.tory.and biography work, arranged : DANN j1 :

r year $70,000, but the. r.ve8tlgatinK; being placed on this county' specimens In pamphlets; also-drawing ;', ; .. --. : SVVVVVVVV ",
committee decided to have' no more of it i* evident her cattle will The graromer department consists 01 I

:McCurdy ' figure largely on. the prize-winning pamphlet work In arithmetic. and '".
and so much prgelsurreswasobrougght. to.a i li.t..Mr. history and drawings In physiology V sa wVuVV wvVV /VVVVVVVV JVVVVVVVV .1+

'-. 'bear: that they Were W L. Van Duzor of Klsslmmee. High School Department.First . .. - - - '
who la O ceola' fair commissioner year--Algebra and arithmetic -' -- --- ---- -- -=--1. -. ---. -. . ..\,,

The people of Jacksonville haveien has worked most, assiduously to put work\/ prepared in pamphlet form; NOTICE OF Notice of Garnishment.-; i t: I I;!'
I terrorized for the past several. his county In line' with the best in the, putty models of all continents; a Ili'bllo ntrtlne; !. hereby g\tn\ ih.t J. R. IIt..I. 1 w.
''W..UerDayl. State at the Fair and the universal Inn.bu filed with lhrlteaMn/Cmuts,' Commlr.louvre Jo County Iud,,,'. Court, Oaceola .
made-doir.. Florida County.
days by scare. | raised map of Cuba: and the of UH: aU('"uu',. Florida:, bli | dine. tie !
a the eleven old grandson verdict I. that. be has succeeded in l at.l .brorIn J A I ncaiiter I I
*, year, i Bahama )Islands, showing .the depth tluu for a permit lo sell liquors wines '
.of Hon. Jlobt \V4, Davis was bitten /gatheringtogether' arranging and of the OCean; a' map of the Isthmus of fletMloii dlitrlrt No. 1 I. of MAId l l county and Monday n.tlh 1el,la.\ )J) ChI! Action.. '
.t.te, thai raid appllrBLbw1 will b* 'et'-
some time ago by a dog and a few maintaining one of the finest displaysat Panama nhowlng,the proposed canaf; the old BniiHl |"|f IToii'iv ('..mmlii"l","tieT.. ..t to Monday KhlelUa defendant, and all. othera I PfAir
days ago hydrophobia developed, the big.etate show. a complete glpbe., showing all the their nest rr..uUr. nit", ID. which. will Imlmlil whom II may concern: -
causing terrible suffering( for a, fewday .The display of citrus fruits made by known-land area. oil the Aril '"....1.). the.Mb day of lecember. You are hereby nutlfleil that ,a writ. of O.rnlahmenl .
Otcteola is A. b.l IWKV Hi ten oVIork-ln the tirenoon of laid has been Untied lu the above '
then most
and In the end death. 8lt.ce convincing proofthat This cause
Second of
work-canailts .
year day end said lluiinl livrcby, rU) upon uy lad that your erty In the bands of the AI--J
local pbyslclanshaveexaiolncd j the- county Is coming hack to translations of Caesar and drawing. rill en of Mid electiondlHtrfot! who may desire .Untie Coast l.lne" R. R. ('0 has fiaen Onr
'dogao( declare that dumb rabies; a that oldlime.wbeD.1tI-oranges ao a and descriptions In-bl6Togy;-- -- fonts an oh..-mut&rU-juy there ..... .! the .I.h.t; : sad that unlvaf* ,m. atktM*.r.-.b.-lore f
,,t.lH.ard why imliiHTinlt .. '1.11'.10.. the '' F r1'f
next reviiUr m".UII..1 a 1th Tlnyfif
grapefruit 'IH-ot-mbi-r. A Ie'
exlxt second .
of. Industry was tor
; specie hydrophobia among Third Yl'ar-Tbla work consists of nhiHiUI& not ,11'40.1 to tbe.pplk'autBy KiUS. Juilnmeiif, by dufnull will .
t' the canine of that-city. A* a result none la the State. __ translations from Cicero and drawing order<.f the Itixirrtnf. Cminir authorities have started a In the woman's!,, department. the and eaperlment..frOm the departmentof era of Oweoli county florid, this thu.Uth day JS..V *M, '.,,". J. A. LANCASTER,

war of extermination( among the dogs, array-o4 handiwork Is very pleasing. ihyeic.... lad S"'O"(BALI'!"' '. A. V. 1W\ \. K U' LE 'LKY< ---- __'_--._-' Plaintiff.. ,
'r, which bids fair to rid the city of many. Mrs. P. Philips of Kissimmce shows a Fourth year-This exhibit; consist Clerk o' (beClrt'ult:41U., : .' V* Kcola. county, ---- I
worthies cur*. lovely lace gown valued at $500, all of demonstrations In geornatry, trans Florid. Notice of Application for Tax !

_ L hand work. lations from Virgll.and drawing and Br W. R. JOIINSToX, O. CAdministrator's. Deed Under Section'.8 of J j..,
Governor N. ,13. Broward has this Mrs. S. D. T. Cousin's display, a experiments from the department of
morning forwarded to W. L. Van Du unique picture frame., ;.done In pinecones chetplstry; all arranged. pamphlet Notice. Chapter 4888, Lawsof f '.
cor, of Osceola county, for exhibition very artlstio.f formOsoeoU All|>eni>ni h.ldlni clalinn' or demnudi PoD Florida. I INotice Dont be Cross
B'J in that county's spare a blue print o A'very fine-point lace cap is the .County's school exhibit. III i the mUU of Tlxmim apes]. deceased will rre.. .;1 1If.
L* the large dredge be used In labor Of Mr. pent mime Ui me for Vroperly sltested h herohy gvu| <|llt ?. ,, |
to digging
H. Glaser, 75; years of out -of the common, and a day or more within the (Una preuerSbed by law or the (i.o.1'. IIln1l11 | y 'Alln and, .
_ the canals from the drainage of the age. spent in this Interesting department i. mime wl I be forever, barred and. a'l ermoim lu rate No. Mil! naMlVriemhrlay! bt T.. Certlfl when. cooking et r
and the will tx debtMl lo aid ei-t'te make lmme Everglades Maine situated Special exhibit of drawn work, well worth the time. II.I:1:: laii sled Bald "11.1111..10. my .office anti haa
In 'a prominent place In Oaceola handkerchiefs-! .wltb the l J.tied.W. MILLER.AdmlnUlmtofof made application' for lax de.. ; It has been old $33 TO PACIFIC COAST eordaocs with law. Said cerHMratea .m..t....
county's'.exhibit M soon as I an lady 1rffl8. the hnlaU of"TI.OUIMNotice Silse. the -
.:, framed, a. a matter of deep Interest to A large display of Mootmello.. mart Tickets will bean sale. from Chicagovia d epeled.- - ---.- OnrtnUeoiintr.following described Florida, k prnnvfty.wlt. ; situated ID not be your fault, but]
all the! people of tbe State. The drainage by -Mr. J. L. Beeman; 1* greatly the Chicago Union Pacific and **U.of tr !:< tiro :12. Tp 24, 8 of: 244e.m srrea the fault of thelioiits :'
of Garnishment. fngr
of tbe Everglade a* .every one admlred. North Western line, during the he lah-llwlng aamiMd the date of
p C1 n know, 1* the governor' pet. projecVand Beautiful! assortment' of sofaplllow, autumn months at this low rate I in County JDota!,'. Court, Oaceola County, Kla 1.- M."*ralrner.confl'rf'"V10<"f. such rtlrtoale In the name of '( you IlavQ US .<"" '

r,, some,Interesting literature on the tbe handiwork of Mrl'J.. R. Gilbert Correspondingly rates from other J. A. Lancaster "* said' cert"'OMt' shall be redeemed ....
f ., subject has been forwarded for dl. Si conveys the thought. of rest. One points. Dally and personallycon- n. t( Civil Action the limb' '" law. tstder4 trill Issue tbe.eoD. on ; '
trlbutlob.. -Tatopa Dally Time, Tues- of the most inviting display consists ducted excursions in Pullman Tourist),1 Moultry. > .\\' dayof,. omelsl Der. "eluber.('If"alnra\>.and D. llMV teal. BUY YOUR I\'
r.2"110 ibis
**' ? .' of art embroidery' by the. pupil of and sleeping cars through without To "Ramnel' No"I..,. defendant, and all other [ ..] till day of November'! A. D. IMA! the ,

II Miss Bandy,.wh ulntura is a special. change- to San Francisco Los Angle. You whom are it hereby may Conor notified riit that a writ of Oar Clerk Circuit Court nareoi.:L. LEI OSCEOLA'S EXHIBIT, pupU of Prof. Takachie thus and Portland. best of nlnhment hm ( '
llhlolf Thq every thine: been tuaiierl In the shove cause, lit W. H 'n"'lL'lo.I.I. '
the 0e01.lIChoolChlld..n a.rla.wraqe only (7.00 for double berth. Full particulars and that your "mp..t1In the hands of Ib* At- : Of us and you will flna
aT Times-Colon Bureau, Tampa, Nor. of excellent. Instruction- In this:' ; 'on application to W, D lanttu ('o''it Line R. R. On. ha* been mrnlaheed .

.: '-,25-Tbe, Osceola County showing a.. line.of art.' .Among the exquisite show Klnskern P. T.. M., C. St N. W.Ry add court; and on the that 4th nnle dar a of foe December appear ,before A. I>. DR. J..W. SIMPSON everything absolutelY
the State. fair- cannot help but be a logs we find the beautiful tapestry Chicago.Notice lists Judgment by aulault will be entered I
source of pride t to its. citizens. ]h work by Miss Maggie Bryan. whose 'axalnal you. DENTIST. ra;b..porc: and nat(9-ij(

.positions occupies one la' the of the main'most building conspicuous, at Ito kill The U collections unquestioned..p.f' oil and water! -. to Creditors, Legateesand .. NoW 3rd. 190X I. A. LANCASTKR PlalntllT. ., Office over- Oeceola Pharmacy.. factory. In' the end '

southern 'entrance.Immediately- a. color are deserving of special atten 'De8trtbut' e8.A BILL FOR DIVORCE. OFFICE HOURS: 't 1 a.*.. ra- to 12 m. it Is' cheaper to bujrj '.
.oDe enters the build Iff 'at this end< lion Miss Ellolse)!: Moon loaned It prnoni 1JQ 1 > to 5:30 p. m.
Onceola'a display strikes the eye. and some very fine palntigsr and her' .f H.ury W. n.rberdeceseed IaeoftOsesole IB* .Circuit Court Seventh Jndlolsl.Circuit. Telephone No 16 Juo 6. ivy.F. really) good Groceries.
if the visitor .. in the. least. Int"'ri.wd water colors County, State of riortda.* will present tb. same state of Florida County OaoeoU. -- :
are unusually well done; 10' payment to the uudenlitneJ'. Theodore
properly nt O. Hoffman Oompalnant, '
r, in the products and 'resources of Miss F. 'Bryan also shows some tested wlthlo I time t by \.ot vn. ) THOMABON.. --
: .Florida, his attention Is for a long rare oil paintings: crayon and pastel lh. Mm will be bro. barred.NANCY : Emma Barrett Hoffman,Be>rpoodeit) .. Payalciau.aid' e...... HOGAH & PLOT'
time devoted to this work ALto CALLS :
couot.y' magnino. too'numerous to detail, affort Administratrix of XMiO* of Nervy W. Barber, IJr QaAllUtiaT AMlwaaSD.
.cat. display. '' much pleasure to the lovers of art. o.e.aaecI. To Emma Barrett' Vealdeuce ?. .. 33 ,
: Theexquldte'tastesadgood It anpearlnji frogs the affidavit Theodore '" ...
J judge Among old relicswe .
1, ei;t a china O.Hoffman the complainant. In a Bill for Dt- \ offic.'Pb..11JJ. HARRIS SANATORIUM.
''Dent displayed hi the dish owned Citation of Administration. .
01 by '
arrangement i Mrs Narpby of Kls' --tlle In the above roart tale mhdarof iglSIKMEB. FJ-A
the great" if products shown simmee that. marks seventy ,.11'. In I.COOIITY JcDosVCotjrr' i ion November A u. 1UU6, that defendant Km- ol,. ". L. HAftnis. ... 4
beautiful .
and. the architectural nee, ,also a' china pIaI.olDety years I' os.ot. CoDIITY. Ft4,; I j'\ Htate ma Barroti of Florida Hoffman and la that m non-reiMra.her rmMenee of la the i P:A. ,VANS AGN.EW. 8VIt _UIY. AND QENBRAL MBpICIN80r ; ,
Of. the decoration of the &.effec$1 old. now owned by.Mri. Kate of Kls Bf lb'Corny Judge of said tonntyt the State of N.w Jersey la the United Statea' la, .' .Bowa.lUct 1. a to... M'
t'" the subjects of-dallr comihent; shorn.An. ...- ailed Whereas ahf. Cberlee W., ortaa. lie.op.... and that her poatoffioe address U unknown to -ATTOHHKTr AT-LAW. r' D". N.. MTHCQQIB., 7l-'
to cstrt fnr
4 ar background for the exblblHe a -'leeks oM ..English fetters of AAntns.s. smiles,and that there no peraon in the Mate -J ..... It. ,. ..BYB,
t, prayer book, In the but of NelaO.-) itii M J:j MMcii!Igo& of Florida tbe.eryio.of BnbpoAna upon would 1 I, AND NOTARY. I BAaT. NOSB AND THROAT.' i'l; ,
I" ': of. 'elaborately- designed oil-painted splendid preservation printed in the' of geld.Coo. yet =-i.:: bind the defendant and that said defendant la PUBLIC | .. Oma.ltours.ego to I,t to 5. 1pYa; '
f panel, extending the entire. length/ of year: 1774, Is an article of interest. and Tbs. are. tn. ; and.,...admoahn.... all 0.... twratr-one 7 era of a..,.. It la therefore _, ORIANOO ,.. PLORfDAJobs .-'; >
singular kindred :
". 1be and reaching almost to the Art tip .1. of Mid ordered.... ron do naawer or demur to he : FLA.
ep..t. a OMU4Ml,la b* and i appar b.ior. thus Court, oompmlnantaMU. Eerela tiled on before. _1'r' ' '
i. MIiIi-d6acl'tbIIlK; in The"'exhibit In the '-art'department, m 01 bcfnrn the Utk eta y of Damper, A. D. lest dar of Jannarr A.D, WOfiror or said blU White & Co..: 1! 'f. ,
Mid t7.Iet&erID"; the localities ands consists of a large number of rata and flls ob)_.. If any they have/ lo lb. will be taken ee ootrfeaael.' It In farther or jW: ISQN1R., "' uwtmujt. KY, 'r t .d
1."lIO&oloae'ol. Oaceola County"ibee.w.r framed nnllnir lMr ae aferoMld., othcrwb* Ui. dered that this _Joe be pnbllaaed onoe S '" ,;: '. aa-tlhW ,
1MT ;
i being a' long panel picture of pleeee- The of musio/department crayon, and watercolor has Its work. Mm W"* will__"'W..te4, D.... a*,prey5d CovntTJ Jndr of 1as tbs -week_VaU8y for 1eMU'0.II. ..oaso_'. .- w..ha. to the K1-d1! :_. !,..NOTARY- PUBLIC,.. .l p=....$'..

I ';:i *" ee, *b. -tjountyaad. the bible arranged la ex- county. aronaaw,Ibaa let d.l 0' ov..bow.11IIII .L. of Qout, f ***** .AT. LAaOB. r
< : Jaka 06,which 'II U aho.lua'.taft' 1.uLl. 1 WJ a. ; 1'1t.b ap Kga1L.A ( FURS1tut
located Jsijj.Nilg. Estate
,, work! .,/eto. >n ',I [saALJ BN LT SSSIMM Agent. _
.tble. tsfli.moneterlelgubeiring I The elocution I P.A.V4.SAO". .. W r NIIN. .
Bit '
,( . ... ) ,, .... .departmeht'i"exhibit .: .olhWt Psuuo.ari M 'r, .> :' ,P1.ORiDA. ...._ .
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''''' :ale o. flJas v. ; . '. i&i 4 4tV, V ,('; ':; ., "trJ ,<
't.\' .., f Jl.I.h"V'4: . 10 , ..' -L ,'l {: ; .
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TUG Klsslmmeg Vall&y Gazette Send us,your Job printing See'8t 'ord'. display of Toys fo. Don miss the two popular lectures"

Big Fire Sale at STANTORD'S. Jr'? P..A. Vans Agnew Is still collooting l- by Rev, B: Q. Denhaut,' al Opera . Regular meeting of the Board ''of life insuranceproxies.. to ,send House, Dec;.4th and 6th. at 8 p. m* '

EVERY County Commissioners next Monday.. to Thomas W. ].aeon, 'and requesuw .. 'Mr.. J. A. Crews; traveling rep.resenatlve .., The *Ocklawaha Nurseries
PUBLISHED FRIDAY to that others .
say any who wish to of Florida's .
BY'W. New silk waists and J Jackets atKANNa6 send will please call at his office with : the Times greatest newspaper .. . ,.
Union Thanksgiving '
__ B.__LIAPAISQtUofal \ & Co" the and amounts ''of their day lo town bustling spent for bus- )j l *:. To Oran..(Orowm who'.ipcot to slits tlwlr awvao *Al.II .

= Heather Report, Mr. and Mr.. H. T.' Butler: aDd numbil"i e pro*ten be has already iuens.Hear. J' II 1'...... too want to\...011'sow .oualnprL wftleh. ,.w Jest -.-.

,..... Tarnaavuar-wise It..marTO..DIT 'children were in town from Narooossec sent. ' > over tlOO 000 .of. incur.loos. "Seven Kinds of 'Poofs" at '1) 9 iraUlibad and raadjr for dlaMtwtloa." lave .......... :-...,
Tuesday on their way to Orlando for .loMly tt>. dcvalopBcn of IRe darns frail ""' ....., hi Florida '
'....1.... KoT. 10 '1106", a Oper.Uoule Mondav nlgnt\ M8 p.'m.' U'
briff visit. Let "ii btu your lal'or: we the fine*1 ISM and w. "b.H.v. see 81'".. valoabla UfotmaUonton
--. are Admission 21,). M and CO cent.*. .
I Have only agent for the largest house In 'w and old Oar sheen tress are tbo eli.U ef esoai-; |
'Via, IUD. Rain.fell\ Dodd you Shoes'seen our at Dann's.Mr. w Line. of Dorothy Buffalo, Desbecker Block &; Co. A Union Thanksgiving service was I...,.,and our valaaM*vanities are pro..r.ot la ear Cur*..
- KANNEB & Co.. held at the Christian Church yesterday rlM. It wUl" year 1.IoeNM.loot that Hat ear and ws boo
R. F.: Rodgers, of Lake City, I, morning .. H.T.yon will gone.aalnwapi artar eoMldwIns
....... .... -. J at which U. .. C. E. Jones, .
'rI4. M. Wlllson
sane<'l.-''..... ..n e7e.udq uV heell Spending a few days'In own W. R. Dunklee the bas sold to pastor of Presbyterian Church preaabed I ,in. Indo........ w*tav to offl ter,....., SpwUI I.d_.....UtboMwnoplaoatblror1n '' ;
.. ... 99 M. this week ten acres withoojtag0 ''
.1. prospecting for a turpentine the sermon the of the now for alt and irlniar itlaaUac., ,,
.... .... '8. ea In West Klsslmmee forme I pastors '
: location v .
f Tt Monday,...<1.,.......,.,.. 76 eo location,in having recently sold his occupied by John L. Pherlfro and other ,churches pr.t.lolp.t1DIl.. in .the Abaoi taly,so whlu tf. t
. . .. Marion services."HonentAbe". -
..<1.... .71 66Tbar.dav. \ County I family. Mr. Dunklees family bas
.... 12 61 arrived
o. For Inside wiring see E.; M. Estes.Mrs. from Massachusetts and. will will' live again at' THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES i I

take posesslon at once. Opera House Tuesday night, Dec 6th .
/ A. M1MPHON. r. M. R. A. Hinton of Reynolds ..
O W. CONN. PHO.. TANQIItur4g ,
f .lIS pi m. Admission both lectures .
Oa.,.who is-ob tOber.hlter'Mr. "
;;.. for .. N. B. a visit Attend: the big Fire.Sale now on at Soot Reserved seats 75c.Rev. .. < r-Addl"'M-D. C. Lab LOT.. alMl.... Pin.s
Our rates insertion of advertisements C1&r.oD.weD"uptoOr'.Dd' STANFORD'S. Kltrhteen thousand dol. :

among the reading.'. (lD'' ''.o Minnie spend the day with'-. Miss. lars worth of (food to be sacrlflced In .,, H. C. Christian, Presiding .M.

this page,I I. ten'cents. per' line1 each in.anon. Hinton. the. next 30 days.. .. Elder lor this District was here( yester.
Medium and heavy weight under The day, and held the last Quarterly Con- ,
wear" fqr men and women atKANNER another Perucbl'Oypxene highly "pleasing company performance gave terence, for this year, ;after. prayer rrttlttttt'ttttftttt1t"1tttt'tt'tttT1"'t11f1tt11111t1tttt"' ' ' ttt T "tine
. & Co. meeting at the Methodist Church lastnight. ,
-:- : it the casino last night, the usual

oo< loooooooooeooeooi It Is:to see Jack Dauber, larlle crowd being In attendance. Mr. 1 WATERS & CARSON: GROCERY CO a
that irrepressibly' ,funny -comedian feruchl' and his troupe form the best I4 .-A'small red daybook, about ,
.Local News.cooooooooooooooooooooooo. play the part of the tramp In "A popular price company ever seen in he Inches. Finder will pleate leave f**' **

..-.. .. -..- Breezy Tloie.'iAt Opera House. Wed Tampa, and everybody should attend. at Kate's Store and get. reward.. AGENTS'.FOR.IMAPES . _- .
- -- "'"* the performances. Times.Messrs .
"IftMfi la f/"[l f* etb. '' -Tampa
; The Aqnual Conference the FU-
i p > > Smoke Key West Bar: an a,. the. best . D.: K. and J. B. McNeil, rids Methodist Church; will convene FERTILIZER'S'Y''

Wade the Tuner, :, Orlando. tf oo Cigar on the market. oLJacksOovlUe: W. H. Harris, of in Ocala next Thuraday, Deo. 7th. ,
.. . . ,_ _... _ _
\ ,\ Brunswick Olio, and C. C. Alvers, of --< - -_-__-_-_-- --r.-.Mi.-Lr.n.n.: r..r.-1-T-J _- i- .f. __ I--aj- _r ---_-j -: i -
Mrs.. W. J. S. Carr and \blldreDI with, = =:
Fewer gsllonswear.lotger; ; Devoe ( Pomona Howell tfass as driver A baseball game was plaed 'on the
I Mrs. S. 11. Bullock and children. returned Wednesday from a. three local diamond between the c Highest Grade-Best' Crops-Largest Returns!
White Star Laundry-CITY BAKERY.: ; Mrs. Clipe and Mr. and Mrs Kobu weeks trip In'the southern portion of piMrtls" of yesterday colored ,

Stetson (flats at KATZ'S.. S., Bullock went up on the noon train the County. We understand. these lren.tlemen school and the .colored Grit nine, H Perfect Safety In Their Use.Send I=:
and spent the attel'noon In, Orlando were on a prospecting lour, In whio.h" the latter'were victorious by .
Mh.'c. A. Carson visited Orlando Wednesday. I locating limber-lands.. ascoreofdw2." i,
Wednesday, ,
STANFORQ'S Big Tire Sale Is drawing . | fur Circulars;; showing danger'ot.using Acid
1'IHK SALE at Stanford's. I large crowd dall '. Don't wait '
) 'soils ahd how ;
.Materials on our light sandy great. : fig,
until the foods are all picked over. :::::
Born, to .Dr. and Mr... P. Phil lips, E were made by farmers'last throughout
I losses ,
on Monday last a, son. From the 'time the ou'rt.ln rises in t ==

'lne.Clo"hlnjC'a" KANNER & Co. the lira act, until the dual last act, == the'State.ttttuuutuuuuuuuutuuututttuuuututtttatttuutt.
here are lust 150) moments; in that IM tutus
The School Board meets In regular moment there are 300 laughs/ bee ( '
11'1I1I'On' next Tue d.,: . "A U-eetv: Time" You will laugh.
At Opera Uouse Wednesday Dec. oth. .- "
Wear a Coat Shirt Get'em,. ..tDann'l. KindSOfOOlS
E. M. fcstes is prepared to do inside -
Mlrlug\ for electric lights at
Regular tnretlngpf! the Town COUD ...
ell next Tuesday night.Ilolllilay \ reasonable price. c. A. CARSON. .I0HN M. Lilli'. N..., .. .It5ON. f
The editor 1s under obligation to Preal..." YIc.-Pr.alde.t' 1 Ceeblse.
Goods at Stanford's
Marshal Leonard Williams for some
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Over. excellent lettuce grown"'-on his place v AND State Bank of Kissimmee, '
street on Saturday, November 17th a 10 the western parr of !town. Mr
daughter.New Williams Is evidently a (food farmer Kissimmee, Fla.

line of dress goods Just arrived ,as well" as a handsome and efficient ......:...---

at KANNER & Co. cop. "ABRAHAMLINCOLN PAID'VP CAPITAL......,....r.........,.. 'a 80 ClOG 00

P A. Van Acanow E q. spent a our Stetson W.iiO Hats. at KANNKB leather shoes&Co.,they try : rocItHQLDBItS: LIABILITY.... .,'a.. ; 80 ClOG 00

few .lay.ID Jacksonville on business are guranteed.Mrs. patent. DBPOSlTOlt5 SB "ItITY... ,. ....", ''x0000000Prewlptiad
this week. '

It you nAvd' a nice band b.glro'w 'M. A. Fai'nswprth returned on 'Car.faa: Atteetioa giver'ee to .u 'matters .a.ltrasted ..

KANNEH & Co. for It. she Wednesday had been from visiting Lougbinan the family where of .. 10... Ixcbseges .good at all' poiet. ,.. at cbegpestfates. ''"

Mr. S. U. T. Cnaens wan confinedto her son, Mr..Chas. )Karnsworth. She 'YOUR BUSINESS BOLICiTEU.O : .
Ile I home several days last.week by was accompanied home by her littlersndvoo

a revere attak. of congestion. ; Mister, Francts.Farnsworth. : : .:

LargeM collection of Dolls ever Private Table Board. .
Stanford' returned last ,
Miss Emmie Mo ley '"
,'f down from Orlando Monday afternoon .. Frp/day from North Carolina where. J .
,on a visit to relatives. ,.h ', for the benefit of tier health She has CEQLA

at.New line of f.n.a.lJ4 winter Clothing KATZ'S. been spending1' the past week" with The, Friend. ,.. of the South.. ,, :;. ;

I riends In town, and leaves today ft r .. .. _... .
\% M' mw mMmm\m MNNNawaNMNNa .
': .. F.V' Bill 'Waco where her now reside.If , .' .
F MK: postmaster and .parents -- ""
' merchant, of Narcoossee, was' transacting PHARMACY-.
, I you hare any laundry to send Tn. I Itu "
,m buslness-In town Tuesday. away, and want I It "done UD" in good l. \'"':,t. \" .. -J' .

+' New line of silks'and ribbons at__? shape-;.phone the City,Bakery! !.. ..... W .DrHg-Une: !
KANNKB & Co. 't ;. ,I. ",, When you'need anything Lathe <

: The price;on rosin' dropped;; nearly roan"A show Breezy, by..nlme.ol.Tine" is but tot the st casts one' ----EL b7, call uo ,No. 3, Trill be once' q

two dollars a barrel the Savannah made up of a.whole load of funny : I ", a'full line :.of ladles Shears .
We also
market on Tuesday last comedian 'aud 'pretty: girls whose J. $ carry ,

Lowest. prices In Fresh Meal.8.) festive jollity will make you forget OP "2 and Scissors.' Try.our famous! .Bag.''Poteen

Osceola Market ... ,- you' have any troubles.. At Opera. r//'
Meat Deo. oth. S. refunded If; Rot r We.
louse Wednesday, i Money, : Mtl8faet
Mr.. Ceo. A. Gilbert arid children .
1I have returned from a visit !to Mrs; For'the cheapest" meats to be bad go I are In business'for: your health. j' . "
Ollbert! parents of Dade City. wills k'E . ; .

you Buy will your get shoes valuator from your Dsnn's.. and Mr. J.W.Mlllerwent| up tp Orlando ", The Leading Drug ,Store. ,: "
I of
Monday to meet Mr. E. R. Doalc, Pk' ;:; I .. ,
Sunt.. WV J, Bears.. and little Jan. Antonio,, Texas, .who U therewith :; ; ,S
daughter Margaret! spent Wednesday a carload of hones, which he I

' afternoon In Orlando.. will bring to Klstlmmee In a few day_ *. F ; 5 -- TN .

Now In the time to get big Bargains Kanner & Co. Leaders In low prices .

at Stanford's Fire: Sale. are glad t.o. anounce to the publlo of ...;..,.. i I. .
Miss Holl of Maoon, 0.:.. Is visiting KUstmmee\ that we aregettlng. In fresh R C. A. CAB90K: Pr.ald..t. N..,C.. BRYAN,SMrotary.-. ,
fair trial
goods every day give us a s . '
Miss her Eloise' friend Moon and lrmer.choot, at the Methodist mate; I' !U only for'youft! benefit.A !\\\....\\.....\...................-.-......'....\...\\..........\.................\........N\Nd ,--0733'''. :. :>::7] .\ ,

parsonage. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. O. BY '

Consult E. M. r>tpii before having M. Pearce Sunday night, but the littlecherup .... -' Grocery' Co.WkoUcal 1
_,lheUght B. Q. DEN HAM & Carson :
your house wired for_elertria 1.1.ihw.'._ bnJ ay"before had 'scarcely be 'was called aeen to a better : Waters. .. ,

r P A.Vans Agnew, a lading attorney after- '
world ba"IDIr.dlli'd.' Monday Or NEW YORK CITY.' ... and Retail ItoaUrsII la -
for Klsslmim-, Is Ybor.-Tampa opn. ,.....\..:.......\\\ge.N"" "\\\!!. \ \a - '
thin Qbll! week IP
finest, line of I. : :
Trtbnne. George Gilbert hat the OPERA HOUSE GROC'ER'I'D..s: 'fOS'TiaOli
Wall Paper In town. Bee him .about. KIS51MMEE .

Phone your waUts, We do the runnlng. papering your; house

.- -. -- Married,- .at the residence pf_the r '
' KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY" rides's Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. T I -- -

'tO:) .cola m.derood/ showing lirihe Uass,.. -Tuesday 8\eniolll..t. Mn Dec. 4th-5th :
livestock exhibit at the State Fair and George Bropson and Miss Minnie ; A Y Fertilizers CRATE.S.
captuied three first prizes for blooded Uasn, 1\('''. II. P. Jackson officiating. Celebrated
bulls The Valley Gazette extends" oongraiullion. E. 'T C.Clrcalars ..
Medium and heavy weight Under r a.d frtc s
fDA tit\ of gold-rimmed eyeglasses '' : .. A..II" .; f
year,, for men and women at / 8' P. M. -r PanNNd
Owner can have same by b.-i.. ................. : ;;, .
Plenty of singing, dancing andmusical ailing at this office describing property ...... ."' \ i .'! i"ID
novelties will be found this and paying for thlsuotlce.. : '
season In "A Bree v Tine," At Opera Ijeard PRESS COMMENTS. : FTJKS: W.Q'"L. P
.House Wednesday Deo. Glob Mr. H. A. of Leftsburg week, COlns \L-Rn. B. Q. Denifkm'leoture:} on :HIDES, ,' .
! few days IP BUTPALO
E The City Bakery Is agent for lit| pent a: with a view_ to buying \ Abraham Unooln Was not like able *otyMd JUMria tee- : ummt m, ___ I i i (
> Thegreat "
White Star Laundr}*-the. .best .la tb I"ro.pec1lnll't locating. .He obtained an tuM, Ills methsdof t approach was Ortiftnal and"" ...the pTortray- Country "iToa.-u.oo .a.. Specialty.; ,, ; :..,
State. of the finest places\ in 1 inooln seemed to U" \
option on one andBoddltlea, .Wli his torcefuln, :

-w, Mr. M. D. .Tmdall, of Narcootsee, ....his closed.section In and a short the deal time.will probably al of M. oharactertetics and ,,persona* magnetism Mf, IXnham held .his . "' '"'"' '""" """ eAMKeMb r''.
d Wednesday' on '
pent the day In town eloquence ln fcresb throuKbottt.
In intense . .
hls. -w.y to attend the Fair in Tampa. My 1906 samples of Wall Paper will CitY TiMKS.-Mr.: DenhamSk/ >ftctur on "FooWwMutMt !, _. .. .L l ',' .. ...T
be here.In a few dsys.- alt and* ee made "' ,, and lobe next momentto Q o QaQ a Q1 r .n.n.
of Just arrived ,. "eople were tolang .... .a '.W..HI TOWNSENDJBWBLKR '
New line lace DoKANNliars hem C. K. UANCT.YoutaTt . lecture was. .1der-bIL.\ the .bo. , .
& Co. serious.The -
at \ l :
mankind and was el loaui>Uy dellrered. EverODe''Ii .. ..
about "A Breezy Time. oomfnJr' of JVLVaaDuzor&Co.BROKERS. ,
M.... R. A. nintoa left Mr her home Kansas cyclone Is nos (n U with t1le crowded! bouse felt well repaid.Mmr AND W TOHMAKBH
at Reynolds, O-v, yesterday' after a why Ir. The a founders>>.lha,e Pleasant visit wtih her sister. Mrs.% some such event to nave ,"compiled- f'I'I.ile''r. %&SSfiSA eJr.t speaker, pol eBlIDg'gTtI.'others GOLD. FILI.BD OA.S UKWsU.KL.QIN I .
N; B. Carson. many funny event*. Y-e-u I.u.rb-lo11 ovbrhls: audiences, being ''' t ** intensely dramatfc ').
KATZ Uaffentfor. Edwk.Pti< & don't' cry-you ew-apty boiler ao* .ealth. :and i: again pathetic. '" ,OR:WALTHAM.. .. 15.: ..
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t' ; ,11'j
\ Co. the iargwt, ", Custom tUor\ In yelL- A* Opera -A use Wednesday. N; ....T\Nb\' ;.......\........ofa w\. \\NN..N..qaN. : t l' "'f'

..,; order! % ald be 'glad' to take. your Dso 8"t, Admission by ticket to both lectures. BOo. Reserved.., "REAL ESTATE \ ,.. )'- I; :.-. "
% tall suit 'O'f\'verco.t.' partAontA about laundrrwitwav for ,
Por : seat one t.
'.,A Breei'TiW1''\ for laugb- d.UIsv Our toy "Is Zealand admission t6 both,76o ors AND INBURANcSterWle .' ,
built I boDe of\.leerr' admission at the 1550 for each 1Jr
\fi V'A and get .yoeeI lecture 500. Sind. I.
t' 1> }-poae. onlVv .1'Aft. r: seelnir rfcsrfy Drug Co, c h .
fi --" lecturel Reserved seat chart at.the Kissimmee uooooo _
< "iAa %
ee'av Time cant laugh see I: 'package: C '
+notoe.'AtO'era( .Douse, Wednesday! .: .anti-11'lrs.' E. I'-Copt.,. 1'fIi"Il. also tickets.'r' Mswl. to.Ord.r. ..
Ie Ctb. 'WIDter Mr. >-f tailors toHotelKlsslmmee. Kissimmee Irate .,.ftft_......._.._........,,_. ............... ,.1i.- Metal' aodRubber i
t ,
The 'It' 0IrI pleasantly located ... ......... .. ., .M"s Ifoot.ea Every!: thing In Btenells, .;
"t I Wned fall tel'll1''of the .ttl.tI1'lhId are PfaooSolo (each by." :.1.! Stamps." Line of regalar; '
cute Ct{ will COD yen. here text Mon-, . W.regret M.stale. Reading, Des ttb.yenlDitl a' Two'A-M., by..., Mtss D oIa Pree ncilaInks: Brosbes, P dsetc., on ,
I s 4&y. there i ... a number'of wporh1''Lte that 'lltr. .Copley is lIlJoer'OC'and top.our'balmy won. Reading. Dec. 6tb'I Was lot a s coe..." ... U..VI ta l Let hand e at''. all 'time. UDeD"' Markers
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too i come un. at. the leraii be ana UD\, m'a' 'b"itb clime the rheumaUam wUl..oo.relieve blm. ... : ..-._ _.....-._.._ __. I"='-'AA. 4 .. for marking. stable and. .Individualllsens. vv .. :.
eDd&Doe will probablS A.'J.L
itilfyL. lartte. I IJA 'IlCalbfield''played... ..l fife ,Lectures under the ausptcea and for benetti.of! the'' '. r-I/o . .. . .,OrI.DdO..I'I.. & w .1'/.
olghetb a .
Stanford's Ore itt(;,FIRE SALBtoTrn Tbomnsn'now 1lR:1.bli I.1I's'worthbf &1 era House audleooe 00, .8aasday aotwltlstend. a KISSI %iM.EE CHRISTIAN. CHURCH,, :: .9tov..Wood!,,' A.. ;. : r ;
D ,Oood 'CI i.". real of or cUJUII were .. ...1r/sa.RLY1IRR.1'a.NrC'. 1 6 VT*iBI'fnritIsh SfO'T Wood'ds1Nrarea ;
!''f'lut t.. h1r" '.. :' !, PINK LiNt,01"
.n.'N bs, 41.t.b'8 absentttending amp "
ea"wtill .0 part of
to .
;fiWv+''II.Z' t.hir\y. ";'......5... e'''''. dove, who attadel 5be praDo... 00.. I- : ..-. Strand.,any. ..X.'n! LarOO ; vu .x
": .'t' .--- y 1sel .te a oleaa up .-, p
t' Z'tromttbe! tw.. 1It..I.'.... 1 wltb.many"newaalatwrcdv teaWr - O-I .' .., ..u.....III' ;
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> DEADLY TRAIN WRECK. I Fltsiermapentlyeured.! KoflUorD rvon | / caner o tit day's line of Hue Kline's Great M'CURDY''RFSICNS' ? .
TftE DISCOVERER J.orveJSe' tUelindtre tts tree .J. ,
bt.i,1) XL!:'''>l Arch t.fri>llit..Fa '::0""
] Sixteen People Meet Horrible Death ..-. .- -. -,- Methodist; Con'ferenclt Committee f
> In.a' Frlghtful Collision crt Boston--. 'the I 11M l lornl I costumes are still worn laB Kinds Minister O"llty-Fact. In
; I ,01'' Lydia E.. pjnkham's! Vegetable Compound, 'the and Maine Railroad. I )..ny |1'1H't of Hiimin.! : -His Favor Suppressed Such, Is Report Anernt PresIdent -

I ''Great: Wbman5l\,Remedy for W map's. Ills. '. ----- .. "Mutual Ltfe.v "
I Clilnjro .lonrnnl.: Nor0. sworth of
the" .
(From / : /
"railroad wreck W.V W pastor of ,
The moat i8Il8tr u. Wo5.t ) Dr. i ,, -"3PUBLISIipiNTHEWORLo. .
in Massachusetts for many years occurred When Commissioner0rflel
I 'pt 8:10 o'clock Sunday night the.Chicago! packers\ nud naked pcruilssloit \- conduct,JK sdeclared guiltyof .
the condition _
their' books
to Inspect |
at Bakers Bridge Station, a mile and wee mnd thnt-no l i'Iotormfltlon he 'Imprudence by tiLe committee appointed : ,

a halt yest-of. Llacoln..on tho! ,main 11l1/dlt/ oIHI1u.Jbl're1'om! would )bo osediu at the North' Georgia Method. :
them. I
cortrt proceedings
\line o'f tho Fitchburg division of the Sir. (Jarflpld/ : gave, this pledifr, It is 'Conference to investigate his ease With Him Goes His'Son ''Robert an"SonlnLaw "

Boston and Maine railroad. .elated,, (ind the< packer allowed him to and lila' suspension for ptoe year; was Lbuls.Thebaud-No. 'i
study their business In nil Its :(J'tldllfrl'0111 riiooumioiiJod to the ,.conference.: '
f 'The regular Sunday night exp sss the Inld! 1. witn ; j Official Information r'i
In statement that replete
which left .Boston at 7:45: ''clock''for Now'it.15 annottnerdi the rc nlt* or as Yet
cuaing references to the conference,
: tnriiinl ov ''tho .
have trvMn .
_ his study -
,. r t: Montreal, via the nutland system, Government< iloonrtmmt] \ of justloo to Dr; W..<1 wortl .appeals) his case to ,
; t crashed Intq tho ;rear of"a-local train, be employed in legal prosecution theparUp'rt. the publics Hid I statement, which,,Ifo The ..Kew, 'York World, of Monday '.

.* I gave to tho Atlanta-.Constitution, roforu / '
which 'started! from. Boston! at 7If Couinilssioner! pArfipl.l 'Avbnld "I\ot to "Uio fojeoi-dalraod degree of' a published the statement that Richard,,,'

NI 1j for points on' the main line and'the have ventured toTelvc tli( $pledge] thnt ecclesiastical l oligarchy McCui-dy,. president of tba Mutual Life .
without reigning and corrupt I
Marlboro branch. Sixteen''' persons was Insrrnotlons donSandcd! fromV by the parkers"..lilngton.He '' Insurance eompatiy<<; has resigned. The y

tilled outright burned to death but the o'tellUfted time when his resignation 1 take effect:
were pledged (otbl. own word, lln,;ai-Ulns the woman w : :
,- or suffocated and thirty ar: more wei-o torlU: l'nt';. U I I.. 110t t Ills good faith, agnlnat hint ho makes a comparison ,Depends only; on.,. ilia time required by 'I
but the Government's.. Ihnt \Is l 111 question the (.rut-tees to".find Ills successor '
'" seriously Injured. Many! passengers; with iho act of l'ctlpl1ar's> wife and

2 sustained ,minor cuts, brqises ana Th
burns. 'JlRl'k r ;.l"xrl'pt nl they are citizens of her lng"" plqOe" after 'hft had: of President McCnrdyM hi* .son Robert I

The wreck was primarily due to Chlcnco.! If It can bo proved that they "rebfatod her. llegardlng Bishop W. II. McCurdy?. general manager ot i

thick weather which apparently obscured are.gullly of engaging, In a vonsplrnoy. 1 \V. Duncan he says: ,'Irritable an'd the Mutual, 'anti'his sou-la law, ,,Louis {

"signals .set by the forward: in i-estrnlnt'of trade, tlu-y. ought to., be iimaUIng, and autocratic IA inanner, A. : tao Kono'al: flcent: for New''"vi

which at the time of the 'dis. ptlhh train But their R:ul1t.; If they. ore guilty, and manifestly .
2p aster was standing in front of the must be fnir.iy: proved: They mutt be I' ," A tentative order to head the comjj ;"!'

Bakers Bridge Station\ The 'Montreal given n mnvarc deal. The North Georghi Conference de- ;uy was tnado to James 'U. Forgan, ?

t-r- train, drawn by two locomotives and Since the Cioverumcnt: ImV elevntedl] I clues 13r. Wndsworth, "contains a president: of the First National Dank, I
Its vision to mach to height lIS tj> over'look i" and of Chicago who once was* an ExjulUl .- |
; consisting;, of Blue caret crashed .Into ileflant crUnk-iAI, trust1 -C.QJI"\,13rRlJ\ ] band .()( whisperers "
nest of
the .
the rear of the rJailboro branch) local almost,inrltlilu" the shadow of the cnpl- i sssasalni) of character' of relfbeeklngeccleslasdcal }e directorIlls bank I la one" ot the |

demolishing the two rear cars. All tol'dome. In- order to 'fasten Itself a political trlckuters." Tho i lu-adlng.,. financial institu'tlona\ of UM i

the passengers killed and seriously thousand! miles( away upon CUIeiiRO! good men ot that body, he declared] middle west :Mr. Forgan declined to; |

!L/ &9 injured 'were' in these. The iinsseU' the Covernroenf: and the ,rre (Went 'are "uncoJ11'lolIs'slaves, Hriven I oy accept: tho offer. "f.I|
-p cannot be too( careful to avoid 1I1I111'cion : No' olliclal Information was -obtainable |
gers lived in Concord Wast Acton, that they] nee move nnxlou to the whips of tnakmasters.
Alaynard Hudson, ,Marlboro and B<3v- proKi-entc' Wentcrn offenders tjinu of.fenders : 7ne statement: ot Dr. NVadaworth, at the Mutual i Life InsurancV; ;;

Noother'female medicine! in tho world has received much widespread, and err! smaller towns ,lu- the Ansabet' : In tap] past.Some In Vmrt, ia us follows: company's oiliest!! as to the reptill. t that '.r;
tmq-aallfled endorsement. valley. None of the passengers on the of the jnelliods nlready: cmployed "Since the flaming headlliieof lastWedusday Ulcnard' A. S.I'CtlNY, president: of f!

No other'medicine( baa such a record 'of cures of female troubles or such 'Montreal train were seriously hurt, ] In this ease have not been particularly nnr.ounceii t tuo arrest ot :.the company, had.l resigned.' :'?;

hats of grateful friend as has but the engineer' and fireman of the .distinguished vernment pntprs for 11'eIlCf'II man slinuB .my rlisrarter, through the illegal pro. Unotnclally\ however it was leamif if ifel
the C
. Lydia, E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.It lending locomotive were, killed. The) When<* nnd takes:. hill prR'ate pmtero'', <'e'J ri; of my prei-ldlng vWer, and 143npijylwfnwnt hat the company's finance 'conv'imlttoe ,

will entirely cure! the worst forms of Female] Complaints all Ovarian wreckage caught fire and Dome of when It lrnir the wives' or imrklnic \ ot a Booond .!i U believed to havelljc Mei i

Troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration., Falling and Dlaolacement of. the the passengers; were incinerated.' Few house employes\ into ,'ollr11111\;, puts { inj,'redontinBach \ Cnrdy's resignation under considers. ,

4 Womb, and consequent" Spinal Weakness and II peculiarly adapted to. the pcradra live In the vicinity of Bakers them snider henvy t bomh.hnorl1lIe1101'It la Imnllydlgnlflrd. cases In .thif thirty-four years of tton. It was learned also that the, |I
Change of Life. -' not to say connection of Lewis> A. Tliebaui, )( JMcCurdy's
I Bridge Station no fire department my connection with the conforenc/J r"h
It has cured more cases of Backache and Leueorrhcaa than any other remedy even .
} the world has ever known. It is almost] Infallible In. such eases: It .was available] and so the flames have felt th;tt the matter was no long. ; son-sinew with the C0nv&

dissolves' and expels tumors, from the Uterus In an early stage of de.velopment. practically burned themselves out. Th4 ,. \Viai JoollilnSyrul for< Ct,l'.lr-n' er mine, but bnlouui'il to the ]public."H'hen ) 'ptiny I;wcpccted 14 c'ase about Jan if|

.. uninjured passengers and a number of t>'etlilni{.>c-n<>aHthniru,<,n.,>v..,lnr"iilnflaiiiiDationnll the i im'ullt clearly under-, uury 1. j ji'

Irregular, Suppressed or" Painful Menstruation, Weakness of the Stomach, train hands, asslsted -by vlllagers.went 'f i ulrt.ciirM" 'irdolle.Vc.abbttlnIVhitetuh : Stands this! ciu-n. It cannot avoid seeIIIR Dr Walter E. Glllett vice presl-5,
w' Indigestion, Bloating-, 1'loodlng'Nenoue! Prostration, Headache, General Debility and >lnion trout are almost. of the Mutual Life Insurant
to the aid of the injured, and many that the!! climax which was reachpel dent .
..... quickly{ yield to it. Womb troubles causing pain, weight and backache instantly tinct .in ('"",,dian water.. .
relieved end permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstance it person were rescued. A special train ----, 11m. Suspension!! was species\ of comp ll)'. Monday night dcriled publlshed !

Invigorates the female system and is as harmless as water. sent from Boston, carried a numberof llso'ii, Cor.o
;.t It. quickly removes that Bearings-down Feeling, extreme: lassitude, "don't doctors to the scene while many. .oonf h our..-J.V., .. O'Haii J.o.: 822: rul'.l the days of the Spanish 'inquisition."On dy hl&d' resigned the presidency of the '..
MIooMPotU. Hino.. b.IJUI I ,
bare and "w&8t.-to-be-left.-alone" feeling, ezoitabilUy. IrrltabUfty, nervousness doctors from Waltham and other nearby Avenue March 11, last. in my regular I Mutual Life, and that Robert if. MoCardy -,, ,
Dizziness, Faintness, sleeplessness, flatulency, melancholy or the blue." ;;; ; '
sent Kbrf rrtn'.y benefited by the ltua..0.Japan..e -
to the had retired from the general
'places were scene round of pastoral work I visited an ,
7a ad These are sure indication of Female Weakness, or some derangement wl\r. I'
of the Uterus" which this medicine always cures.. Kidney Complaints in carriages. nnnttiactlv.o and unrefined woman for manasteriihlp; of the company. IJr Oll*: C

( o,\ and Bqckaxjhe, of either sex, the Vegetable Compound always cures. The Montreal train does rot stop TUB }'lRSl"11m" in the little city of le'.t, however Said that Louis\ A. Thebnud.soninlaw !;
Those-women who refuse to accept 'lanythlng else are rewarded a hundred station.' Car: ** Rh.a.......... ..* Oatll..h-.tldl. of had
at small Owing to heavy Hnrtwell. As a specimen of what she' Mr AljcCurdy, ,>
thousand times-for'they get what they want.-acal'e Sold by Druggistseverywbera $.it Fro.. '
traffic the Marlboro branch was behind of is she says In her accusations that I relinquished the position of the corn : -
Refuse-all substituteSLOANS*- "" The. two dt e * 't time when it readied Bakers awful !poisoned condition of the blood. II I made 'commentary' remarks about her pany's agent for New: York. There IsjJ;

w Bridge Sunday night. According to you h.T.. anUPpff joint and baek. shoulder ring. She tried to put herself In a aid Dr. Gillett :no truth In the ..*- l
blades, bone pains crippled hand, (legs or :
the statement of persons who were feet, swollen muscles, nblftltiir! ebarpbiting sentimental way upon me; and I repulsed port that the Mutual Life presidency!

I LINIMENT at the depot a brakemajn was sent-to pains and that tired. dleoouragetifeeling ] her kindly: and immediately brie been offered to J. II. Forgan" ofi.J

_ place a fuse -of red fire torch some pltUor,ot blurred rheumatism eyesight, or, d..afo8U1 the hawking sick, )left the house Her husband found her Chicago. -. a 1 r

distance In Uva! rear as the night was stomach headache noliw In the b aa, inu- crying over what-had.happened'.partJy i
unusually dark pa'rtly owing tot eons throat- discharges( ," decaying: teeth and EXPLOSION MANGLES NINE MEN
: I suppose. from_ pique partl'from
For" Your Family' and Your Horse I IC' I dense' mist, which came up the', Sudbury bad fiotanto breath Blood, belching Balm (B.gof B. JvV catarrh' It kills shame, 6hehad toiplltln,- ..

rIver. The torch tadnot; been poison In the blood wblob c& id* the. awful undo In n modified war, played the Frightful Accident Befalls Employer"

Best set a minute before the ''rOar of a symptonui, (giving a sea* healthy 6 membranes blood net of Potlphar'a! wife, and' told a of Powder Works 'i
Thp -
Antiseptic Known. supply to .b. joints mu 1Ie .
heavy 'train round the curve a abort and makes a perfect cure.."oj the story which grew as the weeks.went, An explosion' In tbe mixing house

_ TRY IT FOR: distance east of the depot 'was heard. wont rbemnatlsm-, foulnt ra< .
4 ", here all'el.. fhs" Blood Balm '
sIt was necessary' lay injuredper' (B. B. B.) Is composed of pun Botanic Io- to 'bun\e'b'ert called a curie' of real .the Keystone powder works at Rmpo. j

1 Rheumatism Strains tons -side by side with the bodies of, gradients.good for weak kidneys. Improves \ immorality. I told her husband the !rinse pa., Monday, destroyed the elloi

the dead until every effort possiblehad the digestion;folks curse dy.pepsla.them A Mu-xt i morning practically "-what had tire works, ]killing nine 'men and ,_
teal for old by giving
perfect '
1 Sprains Swellings beeu'.made. to rescue* other vic new rich:, pure blood. Thoroughly tested taken place: and in, the afternoon!' Juring several others, 'Y

tims. Thirteen of the dead were sent for thirty years. Druggists. *l (.>.r large his)Jre once, put the 'blame'where it 'The 'dead are;. James' Royce, John

Enlargements. to Boston on thai special train; together bottle ur.. Sample with complete free and directions prepaid by lor writing home beonfr! dupon her '' Butler, James Campbell, John ll.imll-

with fourteen of the most se Blood Balm. Co., Atlanta, Oa. Dnurib The-'') lie'I ':: city', of Hartwnll was ton4;?'Thomas 'Welsh,: James Murphy. ,

Price, ago., COc. and 8I.OO. riously"injured, of, whom it was feared trouble and special. tree medleal' adtlo stirred to\its depths, and at least Frank Harrington. John Dossle and
senile sealed I.U..r. "
three would die\In a short time. p5-per! cent of the 300 'resident membership William Sprung .,;
t tt f Dr.- EARl.. S.. SLOAN The majority of those injured were Greece -boasts the 1U''ftt.un dial of the Methodist church stood, The body of Spring was' the onlt!

+ '- 6IS. 'Albany 6t.'Boeton'Mass.'oi1Teiili. J1 'on the pltnet.Yront enthusiastically! by their pastor. The nno of the "dead recovered The top',I

b oE lhe,.. [Boston 'and '[C METERrDylNG f : community of men -and women, so fares of his head and one teg .were broken

Maine railroad will make-an'-exhaustive the .truth of these Charges was concerned off. Benching' parties gathered up thef

J'.S.S'CHOPIELWS'SONSMACON: : : :( CO. inquiry into the cause 'of jtne col aw Awrl Skin' On'mor-e.r.teh.d stood In almost us large a ether-bodies In small pieces rfo dam
x "
lision. Till':.Hloil, K.n-vrilt" .. I* a.. "kl.. proportion. The large congregation of age was done In the town. .

G:EORGIA _.. N to._!.p**
a: FINAL CHAPTER IN' GREAT WAR, "When'three moths old m,.,boy broke highly complimentary resolutions] ask.Ir.g SOUTHERN BUYS SHIP VA RD. ,,
r --
ENGINES ;t out with an itching, watery rash all over ,
for my return. They brought for: ---- ..
: hit body, and h. would .omen till the "
: f BOILERS "kbif1aM 'i' ssoa.awsss'COWERS' Portsmouth Peace Treaty Ratified. at blood rin. We tried nearly everirthing presentation to me at conference not Will Ute Property for Large Freight

Washington. but-he frew,worw, ._*kelfionjl.. dreaming! what was coming, a hand Depot and Warehousea.retieSoutherntatlwayka.madf... '
? Without formality, the final chapter and we frard"b would di*. Hf slept only some goTiTwatebi nBr-a n-of-ihelr -
'T.A.N.KS". I in the bloody war between Russia when in our arma.. 'h. first application ofL'utieurasoothed confidence and love. anl44
him so that he Slept t inhia offer acceptable to the bondholder'!
wuenacted in
-andJapan the diplomatic "In the light of these facts It Is
; of the state cr.dle for the first time( in many wrrkc. committee for the Trlgg ship yard.| |
room departmentat One set of Juticura made a complete: and obliged'to/ be clear, to every unpreju

STACKS Washington Saturday afternoon, permanent cure, (Signed) ilia. At. 'C. diced mind that .to arraign a man n property at Richmond, Va., embraclnli|,

when\; at five Minutes past 4 o'clock, Mai :'Dd. ,'..Uiper., Ontario., second time of such a charge>) can all of the real estate of the .hll>bUl1d-
rianufacturers of and Dealers In I Baron Rosen, the Russian ambassador EVEN UP. ,be. nothing short ot pure persecution Ing .company\ except the dock. 1 J| I
and Mr. Takahlra, the Japanese '
and .!.! product of hll1d hate/ '
' ;,:HIGH GRADE FIAGHINERY 'mlrttatei';od"bdhd1rbtZkeIf f slJecnv8 Ift-too-baJ( that-none-of us- ai It Is 'charged that the endorsement -The-offer,-which -has- been--vlrtuaJ...;.

sovereigns exchanged ratifications of ever be as good a* some people'tbinkwe "his ''by accepted, provide for the transfer
'-Prices' and Specifications upon request. ,. .." of Hr. Wadsworth ty church' at- .
ought to
,. -'-' 'the treaty of Portsmouth, which was iiprtwelF-was not given\ consideration. of the land of. .the Tries ship yard? I
,, the Hlmatayatlp (At4&05)STOPS "Yes but then there's the con.ola.tlolJn .
Ascertain range I I ) signed September 5 las. A telegram sent to {
} the thought that none of ul was jointly Bishop! embracing about 30( acres. The In-1
p mountain aheep are employed as The exchange was a formality the of
: Williams
: Duncan Mr. JV. Hart-
beats of BELCHINC. can'ever be as bad as some people tendon of the railroad company''' fltj
burden _"- ._... treaty having become.effective on the well of
: think ..we are.."-Philadelphia Pres and Mr. A. A McCurry, also understood to be the erection ot ,
Carl Bail Wr..tli_Po.IUT. .ad latataat day it was ratified 'by the Russian Hartwell. which was said to have been
MQ LEYS' i Cur Tr._W. I>rna;>-Cnra'by and Japaneee large freight depot and several warehouses -
emperors. withheld by Bishop Duncan propert7. '
I Abcorptloo. on the ',
It. Is claimed that the commIttee'Inve.tlga'lng
LEMON( ELIXIRA A sweet breath is.' "There goes Muchwedd.- t,
tho Dr.
Hull's AoO-Beleh Waf will bed charges against
r eure "
. a55'CONSTIPATION ... brats. . (a that his last wife he has wit AUTOMOBILE TURNED OVER.:, :
.. a BB JIG. bad ta t inatcntlr. Belching] Wadsworth had no knowledge of the "
a,, IlLIOUSNCS* breath Say They Will Handle Isle of Pines '
receipt of the telegram from Dr.Wadsworth's
... .n .-.-.....f eb. at.u, eh.... '. hHi; Is due-to atomarh trooble.Jtull'a Affair Without Htlp. "Well, if* his latest Ex-Congressman's Wife| Killed '...d<
t ....... MM. ,. MUle at"mc ......... Anti-Belch Wafers purify the church members. '
\ r. tomach 'and atop belching,'by abaorbinc The AssociatedPress at Havana Taylor's Cherokee Il may: of Sweet Gum Several Others Badly! Hurt. pk1 It
foul most 'posl) en great romixly- Cures HONORED. Mrs Franclso Burton Harrlson/th
end by aupplying the dig-eatir with .
MALSBY & GO organs Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption
tive terms that whatever develops ,In
: n t"ral l aolvent for food. and all throat and lung troubles. At drug-; wife of ex-Congressman Harrlsonwftiinslantly
%)4 ", ,.,\" nsexc They re', n.-a kind., .or car 'sickness and 1 the Isle] ot Pines dispute, Cuba, under .1\1.\ .., 11 60., too. and 91,00 per bottle.. /Succeeds Himself as Head of AmrUi . killed In an automobile:. :1!,

41 South Forsyth St., lIaD.tat,' ,.:They quirky cur. headachy correct tba. no circumstanced, will ask the United I i can Federation'of Labor, cldent In Long* The'majSS' ,r,
ill effect/ of exreasire eating or' drinking. States to intervene, not'eveti' to the. To free .themselves from their dependence The silver anniversary conventionof City: ',.
They irlll dcntroy. a tobacco. whisky oronion' extent of chine became uncontrollable on *I*{
sending a gunboat to pfe- Australia for horses tie
bretthInstantly.. on the American Federation.of Labor hill of.the'l
steep plunged to the eldo
They stop fermentation in the stomach,, serve order among the American citizens Japanese government is making 'largopyrcaases ) adjourned at Pittsburg Pa., Saturday, road und . '
'aiMita indigestion, cramps, colic, in theutomach there. General turned over. Mrs.'Harrlson'i'neck
secretary of horses 1n Hungary. onadate
meet next In
to Minneapolis
and intentines, distended ab" ct the year was broken' Lawrence L. JJcote< ,
fnterlor. is quoted as say. -
t. ilomen heartburn complexion, dizzy not yet net end wife' of San Francisco were'in'
>pella orany other affliction arising froma lag: "The 'Cuban government will There: .b a fine opportunity. In this vleln. Samul'rGompers was reelected .
dmas.ed.tomseh4e .' maintain order In its territory and sty to take orders for tbs celebrated White jured and Charles F. Crocker brother
,know MuU's Anti-Belch Wafer will Brans monuments; headstones grave president: by practically a unanimousvote ; of Mrs. Harrloon and the chauffeur"
and,Stationary da this, and w* want YOU' to' know it. will ask no assistance from. any. covers,.>to., mad by The Monumental only Jtwo ballot. having been was slightly hurL f
./." SPBCIAI. OrnR.ue regular price of body." Bronx: Compaay, 393! Howard AT*.. Brld<<".. cast him '
t'gd Boilers.JSiaw '' MuU's AntiJ3eloh U 60o, a box, but ort, Conn. It Is a Rood., 1* irltloiate bail-l against ;;
Engines, to introduce it to'tbouundi'of sufferer peas,and they offer very IIbualllutueeuumt., BAPTISTS'' SELECT'
w. wit send two ((2)) boxes upon receipt. of BANK DOORS" CL08 D, nomsone iboutd write them for the agency.Then MENTIONED CHARITY BAR ,
'Mills ,,7k. and this adrcrtUemant. 'we will 1 ---- (..t
: end .aample free for taia .- tiooat' -
r you coupon* this < "orrtoldlng"Bouth.-rll CoM

Via J'' t AND ALL'.,KINOSOFMACNINEflYe ; I National. Institution In "Alabama Forced year in England...'.* ,"ii i i fr- - Upshaw Created Sensation' In Remarks.Before vsntlon Next Y*.r.At '

fi; s.s earl' trl 1e itoek Jots 1J25 A. ,i'ttEJ>"EOx;"' ;, cL10 to Quit Business.f.A It h':our.! In 80 mfnuto* t>y Wool ford's Baptist Convention; ,. .meeting JnH..oulblll. Mon

'fit --It'.A' XElrJ.Il{. JeL1Fx1II'; ''Tills with, ,I Washington'"dispatch says: The Fanltsry Lollon t. never: falbi. tM\ >Utbr: Wben Wllu ai' i b.:Upshtw.. Georgia' of the commute appointed 4 at the 1
t.II {t.
F nd '
as.s _.. eonpoa your tutee Drugg '
,1 UMl .4.Nroa.: IlleJ<
I ADd l addreao and.drngglat's for 'comptroller of the currency was advised DetchoaCntrbrdsriU.led known' convention o'the Southern Bap
n." a by.Dr.. : ,, and;popular religious edtcator -
.Wr a'!>rar'dilo u..\j>rlcs, free boa pf Mull's .AeU-Belok.WaIa..*. a. ,?fiaturSay, .that, ,the .First, Najlonal } church' to 'select' the time, and P

.. ;1'1 Z"etc. .... ,,: . _L.II care.: .for st.omMh eble"&oN'; (( Bank pf':' .LJnevUlei; Al _, bas ; "The'toe' of getting,outnumber !*. ''not t' and lecturer, declsired,,Sunday'night for holding convention' In 19M,:
j .... : _; .". _|ncr a"d la-Miaaiaaippi.' ......' ; 'g "< '
1VLu''dWS d + orthe'boarCbf
*en aed"bt-ordet ) T4
'{. ''J. .Z1Lii.JJ.I: R Tojno" Co., 338 ThIrd.. ; aaideclded"that'Chattanooga;
,I ; : ] Ar .'Bock/Ialand} ID. Ur4rtori.'i, nli1Gl.dri 1J 'at' Macon' that,Ii., was thinking :
>} : ( I Natlona, );IBtnk']b mlnei" ,3, Ora"Ka 'ahQuldentert if thllcofrentfoa.e
.4. rJl" .,,'I, ;. .9' J'\JI'........ ..4Wru.-z.: fait'. i II. L.,Cooper, hag"been, appointed'. 1'b'i.)4.h,5 ,, ?;Wbi1 past 't , f 'decided b 'openlng. .. a'charity;; bar, it was. a In May The exact': dat,:-'will, ".bSS ,', .
sensation'111 word "
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[ fj1HEf'ULtpi.T ': .crowdmostly' .m.D...will La.ttMitlvcly: : :

listen "to religion! for nearly an hour 1 I BREAK BY CONVICTS .
on the sands at Coney Island there is ,

A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SgRMOAl; ay proof that religion Is not dead. The V % -- i

'. THE REV. HOWARD MELISH, Christian religion/ Is not dead,.but men I ... U +*+, ,,
are ,not going to' the ? (t THE
/ churches for it. ONLY ONE
; Put .It lu;"booktv'and ,men will read .Killed, Two Prison (Officialsand ) . I ''l'1o.'ao.,. .f 1.0... j jI It: preach It in'theatresand aVrrowd : Wounded( Warden
will flock In; practice it In a social set.tloment .

I a labor union, a hospital al,. ,
Brooklyn, N.: T.ihen: St L ke'* lum", and waiting lists are needed. .. .
What Is the,matter ,with the. .. I )i i
Cbnrch celebrated' this year the festival Chris 1 : ,
,flan,, church that It: doe not EXCITING CHASE ENSUES # '
of its patron saint'the Rev. Howard Impress '
Mellsb, of the Church of the Holy a* It once did!' Labor lead. .,,* There is,, only One i
Trinity, preached an Instructive ser nnd era win tell yon tbat It Is a class affair .
belongs to the
mon. Mr. Mellsh'a subject wa "The employers. Social
lets answer that it !is tbe bulwark of Desperate Fusllade sn'Eewpe.and
Gospel of Love and the text, 8k > "
John xv:12s "This la My command. the modern capitalistic organiiAtlon of Their Pursuers- .Recapture; (]en i ;
That love society -with Which they are at war. -Syr.upofFigSt' '
went ;ye one another, as I Effected;>After'-Two of the' :
have loved you." )(r. Mellsb. said:. Scientific men reply that ft has no love x a.v }
What Impressed the world when of truth ;for truth' sake. While the .Convicts Were Wounded. .w ,
Christianity was first preached, was great mass of men outside will tell yon -
Christian love The world bad known that they are not Interested. This hour -' The Genuine, 1 is ,Manufactured by theCalifornia
patriotism,. -family affection clan loyalty. and a half each week of .hymns"and 10"1 desperate" tempt to escape j f r I ,

But Interest In and sacrifice prayer and sermon doer not seem to from the state penitentiary at Jeffer, ,
w Fig Co.
them to be vital : Syrup
for men outside your family; clan a thing. To bear some : ; ,
country were new' Tbe outpouring of speaker who can touch' the heart or son City, Mo.:, Friday afternoon. five

money to relieve the distress of Ualvestou head-they will come but not for tbe convicts fought for freedom ,with
Martinique. Armenia, is Indicate church as church. The full rtssrrte* of the oornpany..Callforn.a Riff Syrup Co, l

'e, we say of our' common brotherhood It the church'Is class organisation weapons and_ nitro-glycerin., at, ,the] I** prlntexi on the front of .ve>ry ftmottmg; .of the,. siu ...

to-day. Think of the effect.on Its love 1* not; Christian for Christ's prison. gate, lulling two prison-officers
a world which had never experiencedsuch : love knows no distinctions. If the Warden
deeds of the sacrifices< Christian church, as socialist claim is merely: and wounding Deputy See, Th? Genuine- Syrup of Figs- Is for Sale In Original 4
people of Macedonia and Acbtria made poulticing wooden legs In Its charity, and four meD made a dash. :througn ,
to send help" to the.., "poor cntnt! of then it bas nolow ,of fundamental the streets of Jefferson, City under ... Packages Only, by. Reliable' Druztfsts. .Everywhere ,
Jerusalem, at a time toe, \\hen for Christian brotherhood. If tbe love of
'years tbe Jew wa the moat detested truth 1* wanting its love of God 1* a fire, Any to be captured after two.of..t.b''l '
of all Mediterranean people. The 'sham.' What the church need. If caped 'men bad.been' wounded. Knowing the'above will! enable one to avOlcl'the'raucfuimt Imitations ,:V .J it S,,,

heathen poet Lucian in his comment* there U much or little In this criticism, 11 adc, by piratical concerns and sometimes 'offered :: y ,
on the new religion was especially I I. not multiplication of its phllanthrop- Five prisoners, taking advantage ot ,by. unreliable'dealers. +: ; .

struck by this. Their origins lawgiver lee, nor concentration of them Into a the absenco of Warden HILI' and six The imitations art known to 'act injuriously and abouId

," he wrote. ,"had taught them few that would compete! with the state therefore' be declined. I1
that they ''.11' brelura, one an and stamp their character more firmlyon guards, who left, Friday'm rnlDg with _

other. They become I Incredibly the world but a filling of tbe church eventy-one federal' .prisoners for Fort Buy .,the genuine always t if you wish to get its frfnyft l Jcd.., r
alert 'when disaster Itself of :you: end me who,do spend
affects their common interest occurs 'that' On this hour here on Sunday and have assumed I..eav en worth, Kans, attempted to escape It cleanses'the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and 11ead"'hes': '. i

cucli occasions no expense Is ,",u4ed.1 membership in the church with. bu! only four: left the prison when bilious constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
the love
of of Christ. y
And the
Christian one apologists ablest, Tp' the early. :' Let me try: to tell yon what that after wrecking the :gate. kidney*,'Irver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative. remedy is Deeded f '.

serves' : 'It is our care for the helpless, l love> IP. A man once went to Christ Convicts Harry Vaughan, Charles.Itaymond by men, women or children. Many millions know of ks beneficial f j
our practice of loving Kindness thatbrands with the question* who is my neighbor i
; Blake
us in the eyes of many of our ? But the Master gave no answer., Hiram George Ryanand. effects from actual use and of thdrown, pcrsoflal'1mos 1cdge. It bthe ;

opponents. : He was-not Interested In knowing or ( Ell, Zelgler, who were working laxative'remedy of the weQ- nformed. r:

Professor Harnack has a most interesting howlng who our neighbors are. What close Inside the prison gate,' having .,
lie showed that bow he Always buy the Genuine-' of '
chapter on the gospel of love man was Syrup Figs ;
pistols and bottle
and charity In his new book. "The Expansion might become a neIghbor He 'told a of nitroglycerine t
of Christianity. He> shows that man the story of the good Sn- entered Deputy Warden !to MANUFACTURED ttY'THBAURRNIARC'S"
marltnn/ aud sold to him and to us
that during all those
years of expansion E. See's) office and shot him In the
the Christian people were busy "Go thou and do likewise Do not "
with the support of widows and or- stand there asking wbo IK thy neigh arm as he sat In a chair. He sank

phans. the sick the infirm, and tbe bors. Be Qn the lookout for some CIne back helpless* and the convicts 'rushed
disabled, the care -of prisoner and to whom boa canst chow mercy and" ,to the gate where they met Oateman ( k P x
,coodnesa;: and become a neighbor
people languishing In the mine, the John
You outside the field Clay.'Before Clay could raise his
put no man
care poor people needing burial the
of your mercy. Even though: a man weapon hOlt was shot dead. The convicts
care of ilIa.... of ,those visited by Ca.J.
great calamities, of brethren on a may hate? you and be your. enemy, then rushed through the gate, f .ti n. u >
journey and of churches In oren Jesus say tbe great ',Iut, for you la dragging Clay's body with them. They .
to seek him and do him good. If he NICZ'I D''overs. nsi BOTTLE
peril. churches also"furnishedwork' slammed the. gate shut and fastened "
rejects you and will have none otjour
and Insisted on work It was It. Zelgler was left Inside
goodness, your
such lore that called forth from the mercy
should not end. You can at least pray The convicts placed nltro-glycerlne "
heathen world the exclamation: : Of surprise for those who despitefully use you under the outside gate and blew : rQI
and -deep" interest Behold ,how an PUTNAM: ,FADELESS D"Y ES
these Christians love one another." and persecute ;you. opening through the steel doors The ; ,. ,
A member of a certain parrah once four r D'CI.'UO ll' .. !_. ,. ,...." C..I. ).\
c titr..eo.e1J:
men crawled through this l.'
Tbe Christian (church as at present told roe that while he wanted the rupturo t.,_ at\11.1 \Iri..Luatt&k .1)(..pets.... ',letu.... c.cll.-Jj.. '"P..JI.DdMi&A: ._&(). .onaIIM4lor.\I_ ::" &
organised, no longer Impresses the church to 'reach tbe poor, he did not and dashed through 'a number '01 F
"world in thin way. Once the church want tbe poor to attend the same sere*. "trusty" convicts who were working fighting Show Nationality."By --, '
maintained the bospttslu and asylums: ice that attended or sit In the same In the street the way they fight I can 'tell :1 1Ok

today the State t* the great. cbarltabl service that he attended or sit in the Almost before the four escaped'con men's nationality" said a policemen '
agency, as It Is the great educator. name seat because they Were too odor- "An Entllahmsji when he. Is going
Compared with vlcts had covered a block, prison of. '
Brooklyn's public iferous. I suppose this person stands to fight throws his hat and boat Ina
schools and charities our Church Charity In his modern temple and exclaims: Bonds were In pursuit, shooting as the ground."A ,
Foundation and schools at, Garden "(rod. I thank The that I am not as they ran. The chase kept on for a blustering. way on (.'
City are mere plaything Tbe labor other men are-unlaundered! and nnweabM < 'dozed blocks, Una couvlcts Scot pull hi* hat down tight on "
unions; .not the churches, support their . e\ that poOr man yonder.I outrunningtheir his head and buttons* his coat carefully
brethren who are thrown out of work. bath's_every morning, I wear two pursuers. The cannyScot U,not going. to '
Not only do they contribute heavily collars a day and uaa patent preparations Near the Missouri Pacific railway endanger any of hi. property Shoes "hich meet. every demand made "UPon' the i for .

to their fellows'tluring strikes, but by for 'my teeth" and raceV Such deppt the convicts came up with a "An Irishman appeals. to'tbe crowdto wear" and style last louses and look better.' e \
-menu*-ot.sick benefits and death payments cleanliness is as near godliness as the wagon driven by Orvllle Lane. Jump. hold Ills coal The Celtic nature '

they maintain their members Pharisee In the Master's story of the Ing Into. this wagon the desperadoes desires sympathy and tries to build It ALWKK5 JUST coRRECT" :, 9r
during sickness give them decent burial 'kingdom of '
publican was near '
and care for the widow and seized Lane and used him as a shield ,
God. Suppose( thnt is unwashed up."A
The Roman Catholic' church and bin presence !disagreeable, Tbe from the bullets ol''their pursuer. German-methodical, prec -

t. ctlll -.maintain parochial schools, so*' tliliHr'for yon to consider 1s not'wbat One convict lashed the horse into a folds his coat In- a neat bundle and ClOVER BRANDSIIOtS:

dalltles! ,. asylums, hospitals In a' great be Is. hut how you may become neighbors rna", and escape seemed Sure, when lay hla hat 'OD top. of.It 'to hold It ,
and useful way,' because It has the ] to htm. Introduce,,,.ourlplt. Become suddenly a squad Of down.,: "
. city pqllcemen
support of member and concentratesIts hU, friend Show hl'm' the ex- "An American I* so anxious to pitchIn
and armed citizens JUST KIND YOU WANT: ..
) appeared and stopped .
,.' resource The Protests rhurch, .ample of cleanliness and godliness and and have the thing .hat he
though It outnumber the Catholic tlie, lme will come when you. can make. the horse; Shielding themselves starts ,fighting without giving a Your dealer will, see that are' supplied withshoes !ib "
church is divided Into eight principal him clean and Godlike.On asweH a* possible! behind the sidesof you ,. ; n
'; '" camps. 'Each: la ton weak to.make th'" night before He died He laid the vehicle the four convicts tough thought to hat. or coat. -Indianapolis' if you Insist. Every 'dealer ought- ,to .,..:

much of ah impress upon the world aside His robes and wnubc-d the, apon- the policemen. Journal L f<1 , you the best., !See that rod .et.tbeee,
and w.*- M MW M-t "
so have learned
far they not '
tles' feet to show men that the greatest # '
how to, unite .in 'A (common service.< is he who' serves the most and Volley after volley was fired In the Brain-Wsiaring Professions.A for business or dre. ** ask for;'-Silt ,KHiONT"1nr. .
Member. of Protestant churches are street by bout aides, to the conflict .' ,. '
that no service however menial'ietoo scientist.haa gathered from ...-.
leaders In every educational end charf low for, even divinity.; Whom do The 'policemen sheltering themselves I ustlcs that the military and naval .t114 r w1 :' 1Id.1!! ;
-ltrble -bu\4.b.1-a t..t1u:....... 1Mt-II ocI--(r--IOr1--to-honnrt Tif| man behind__trees!. splinteredthe wagon, wear out the ,; :}

individual and only In tbe moat Indirect who serves or the man who rules r finally putting .a"tmielTTniFougn: .braner-out-nr--reaooe: ; .-aoldi.r.--sad. .. LAROLST FINK' SHOK IEXCLUS'V'STa "'" _

Young way Men's a* and church Young people.Women's The: lead Whom in do business wo .ImUfttel and t Those society who or Vaughan and Blake. the latter filling sailors 199 were confirmed lunatio' -r s r;, t: lJisr-u, 'a:=A-f;"''''' : : ;'''': ,;o..fU'r ....::..,., -.

Christian Association are tbe only those" who "t'rve' Until ,th men and to the ground probably fatally,, hurt. Next came the liberal professions, artists '
great-union movements In which the women in our churches honor the Then the convicts surrendered/Lane heading the list, followed closelyby

.Protestant churches have taken active Christ ss He wbo stervetb! not by; and hi. horse and Convicts Ryan. and lawyers, and more distantly by doctors Cta
Tart. But have those Impressed the dolrb"mnll and saylnx creeds but Raymond clergymen, literary men, nadpiyil ANTIGRIPIHEis
were uninjured The con
community as hn expression: : of the I giving aDd doing likewise .the church vlcts ,, s."a.t.. In 100.000 about 177 O tlNiE i11E flfwJMONE
love of the Christian (church .It t* may give money generously and employ were Immediately; taken back to of tbiese go mad. 'domestic, servants DAY '
tbe opinion of some worker In the costly choirs and pulpit orators, the penitentiary ouAJtAirratatn TO CVK.BV i

Young Men's Christian Association but It wall lift Impress the world. and the'asylum laboren'lgb and'of put mechanics of. 100,000go tAll ej0 BMP, NAB 99LB HEABAOftC ABB KHBALBUL

-- 'and of many clergymen, that the asso- And_then for those without there NEW RATE BILI DRAWN. to -' I wr's&1.Ova ea..eCd..lerwk.w.'ea..ep..ta,
; -nttIOD.h..bco'Ome.: another churcb. It must be goodness... of heart. That the ,- only sixty-six., The sanest peopJe,,apparently. .0 vCu Ne. To.r .set IP IIT aoars"a'CV ,
does a splendid! work for-y6ung-rnen, Christian church Is undergoing the : are commercial men, of JT. W JXssnsr,JV0.. Ma>isfaeaf<*t, a pgMeeytNe,tg.

and !!every'cent given to It is wellpent severest Ore of criticism/ since tbe Senator. Foraker Thinks He 'Has the. whom forty-two in 100.000 go mad,, J

but it does not make the Chris early days Is manifest to anyone who Right Remedy. W.L.: D0 CLAS:
tian church: stronger except as all philanthropic reads. Much of the criticism\ in Just Senator Foraker of Ohio Friday pro '. ". $1 ,00TpBeGlvenfot '
.' work the church and Catarrh O..**t B* C.r4 ,,' '
outside but much of It Is unfair one rented to the seaate committee on interstate .8HOE8. .
plow the Held and make. !it ready for sided. Rome requires that tbe .church With LocaL Ar-FUCATlOXS, u tbT:eaalaOt Reliable Information 3 ..
started there and acknowledge commerce the copy of -a bill reach tb. seat of the dlMcse.. )Catarrh ill a W. L. Douglas f 4.OO out Lin
tbejsowlng. Since ,Jt was should listen patiently -\ dlswuM, aid la ordertcUlaft BUM *
blood oonstltntloiul
--'ri no more young hie&TIirtlnrchTircbeithan what-*--lust.-and: t..tbosrbjO_ grafted' T>y him to emend .the lnerirate or it you mast take Internal remedies. Ve will give Out Do1"'GP tat *, cannot be equalled at any0rlosI :

before. On the "contrary, from) hate her,should she return good for ;r commerce )aTO* Hall's Catarrh Cure U* Card'giving{hsTVrsf relTsble sewi of ; d -' -

every church. Protestant and Catbo- evil, blessing for cursing, beneficence IDa statement he says that the "re met directly on the blood and mueovssurfwieHail's a chance to sell a horiioatal ...... '
lie comes the common cry that tbe and Intercession for persecution. No sults desired by'the Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine.
men are leaving the churches for the 'heart tbat I* susceptible to the divine president should It was prescribed by'one of tbe beet physicians ; engine of our styles;within oar rangeof
,be accomplished," adding that "this ID this and U a neular slzsv.. >do
associations for for the clubs, withstand the love that seek- country tor years w not want inquiries'
lodges can long:
for tbe labor, unions. The churches, eth not her own. should be done If possible without Conferring best-tonic prescription.known, combined It Is composed wlth_ he'of brat the, I this time for vertical, traction. or gas "tI'f

among tbe working classes and the so- A picture has been on exhibition In the rate making power on the blood partner, sating dlreottf OB the mucous I.nt>ae*., . >
called upper 'classes!, are attended and England!: and hue strongly appealedto Interstate commerce commission or surfaces. Tbe perfect edmWnatlon of '. .
supported largely by women. With the Imagination of men. It is entitled any other governmental "' the two ingredients is what, produces.,snehwoBderfslrwiJlu
extension of the trade union movement "Is It nothing to you all ye : agency In.earing catarrh. llelll110rtImGIIIMa..r + _
among working/ women and clubs that pass by?" Christ stands on a Jl4'tI LION'S P. J. 0...... *-Co.,, Prope..Toledo" 0.,t .
among other women, the future alone estal before St. Paul's., ". he stood HAMILTON qOT', SHARE. Sold b,,>drua1Nprio.., 'lie!. ; ENGINES' AND BOII, RS,

I cnn tell what tbe falling off: here may before Pilate's palace, with hands WhHe tied Take HeJl'e Family, \ Pills for constipationOreecebo.sts I.,.tar. rrn e..a doe........rr lid ..erapIris. "';'t'
be. There are now over a million over head crowned, with thorns. All Profits In '''
I people I Nearly One Transaction BeM of eta.Isi ... aertsWle, 'U
In New York City alone outside the the crowd that passes by, absorbed In Went to Attorney. thelargst"sun.CUlon I Ov klceMeefeuMMMMetBeeie -u..... ',

churches while Protestantism bal in Its work or plear/nre, !is yon, workingman. the'planet AaA....,eM Issue die eerie. ram Maae .-::: .' I..#.._<
Moat startling developments were ...... .. ..
k the last year actually shrunk In numbers. lawyer, doctor' men of affairs tar'1M. ..
- It 1* easy to see why thousands' you women of woclety, working women brought out at Friday's: session of TWlCg.TOLD_TESTIMONY. ,brae gHq Hr ear.,..,.,ttftr. ,

should. be out. AH grafters, all dishonest qml boys, and I. print of Ills church the committee on,Insurance investigation A. "'..... who Baa ...>r..4 ;T.1U. flew, | ATLAS'ENGINE'WORKSwaeer .
insurance officials, all gamblers, with never a glance to Him who died- in New York. t..rtsU Relief.The .: r +_......_ INOUMArOUSa >> l cede. .

"811 lovers of pleasure, more than lovers because andeherocbIldwhoohaveetakenrefuge Milton Uadlaon. bookkeeper of the ". awn.y.._.... .
who .utrer'b.ckeeh.
thousand* of ou>en p.t..1
sni '.
of God"., Indifferent people and mother .. or....... w v-fc
Whl the N*w York Life In.lITanee''companJ', ,urinary :disorder, ...... .. '
a hundred classes more, naturally stay from us at HI feet. e ,, languor} T."u s s.. s aY..lm'sw *4rr 'I
away from a place where every word motto on the pedestal' before H 18 coa- swore that in 'the case of the, "Unlted ., ..and otbsr. kidney; ,____ ._......... e $10 000 s"tar"....._, ,
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theunknown 10I .
His dry Is, to States Steel ills will find com .we.erwaae .
and look and sign' disturbs tbe conscience thedral. Ills people syndicate, there ap "
and woman, I II' J'' 'W.r.O-p.; ..... ....... ..: ,
God. Ob men fort in 110 w6rds
if It Is not dead and bids men peared In one instance-a. profit due .. < -}*ty *.-".lIta.., "' } '
live for others I wish all these were Is that picture true of you? to the New Yorb-fcire of f87.181.'from dC! .:dh. Jans 'Far- ..."*"............... IJM!..,....::r:MU %'4';:.",
in tl church tbe sick e08 Ocean: e M the w.rid. aS w..y M -1ct'
as I wish all ; rell.. of IMM tka. rat *I.elM.r.e. ,
was deducted no reason be'ng yea -taoaaJy 1(t" .
were in the hospitalsand the shipJ eoooJ..d Mny Fallow Cs.8o'ne ;. Ave.( .*Jrr7 Qlty, aUMMMKettthea**** If' eaiiM takeraa ":
'recked: safe on land. But when we providence inluetr Siven, the sum of $S9J10 paid' to AnJrew :t. J., who 'says: a y Jactcry aaTBracktMt, -- .iLig iaisaa* ea -,
\ people can see Tai werM si4ae eaie reef Ssiesre aevgS
have subtracted from one'mllllon'th.Ou..nd& past lives, and hope for them Is '; Hamilton. ''"01 reiterate ''til 'I ...... sheswwithwe.... y(, '
wbo can have nothing in trust cnirely .1 De.gM.2_r--.y..w..Naaa..a.u .
but- never have said before In
their futnreJlve., wNV W. ....
common ,with 'tbe Christian ,chnrcl) in their being there in the present. ELECTION FRAUDS GALORE. ., praise of Dcan'a' .. ............twa My pre
there remain the thousands who out II' t N I .tbewefaerswIdws..'
many Tt God is as truly,,working Kidney Pills. I had trORWOMEN't't! y.
may and ought to be within the churcb. Ills plans for His children in each hour More ,Crooked: :Work In 'N'ew York ,been baring heavy backache alldIDJ" fewll.l will file / lfarte I' tit, A SStSS .
They are outside the eburcb, but they today 'as at .ny; time In their lives. health wo affected when' \MU .o..aN. O a = | g N
are interested In thevChrlstlnn religion, fondness and mercy follow us all the i .Contest Being Developed..' general assts1L ,is,,, ; ,taps = iJI.; :
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I have \ +' I began using them.' XT' 'r'et''wne . .... ..., Uta AA.' ,
been, deeply ,Impressed this days ot our Bvesit tbeJ' tollow. UI at .The magnitude of1 the,, ,election : and 4SuJ'PeIIs' ---...,.. .- ,,-...-.1..... I'
summer.with' .the desire and.eagernessof aU Tbe"preeeDt bola I.' the prelPntdud&e1'1. Fraud Investigation, was Increased atNew'York'Thursday iwoll8ll.mJ"'e.e"lpuIIed.. '. Ie ......... ss ...lrtw. ta'jrrW.10 ,.." ,
frequent. Kidney action -..... .. ... .
men to hear tbe tiospeL When two .put'' there out ,were t 'C1 1oaaII_ "
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,or three hundred men.working;at the for, a..' and"more than 1:00II- bye.erat" new was irregular and the secretions.highly r: .n..t 4< .... \ 'j I'J

navy yardWIUahnd, in ,the, sun at good Kface'and glory( too.-.1. R..M111er.' cases. :John Elder waa held'',10' "O.- : ,colored,,"IT ay, however,'I' am a it aViuiaia, a eaabsTkaa -a -' "ae)1 ,
noon during ,tbeibotte.t i day ofJuly, : 000 ball charged with Illegal :voting well >nd J am'confdant'thatDoan' TIW *)eds seal afeaisief aspaneetsssai r 91/au/ ) ::, ,* ;.. :
. to hear a man speak about and VaJ.. .r..rr m<.r,' and'perjury', and .James OaJlagher waa ,tDdDeJ'Pld:;have, made me. I ,.- p. ".......e..PSav, ..'I a.gTes,Lae "wr" &.. .............'.1.j ........,..-. .... ;'
chess .01 aela 11111 eta 45 e
peace w
;,; when strength of a religious faith 'Only'In proportion a* our own vent fa l held In SS.OOO I ball ,oa ,* charge ,ot ...,-and are keeping me welt"0oM ..........tree goy....... -_ ...\_ ;'
you can speak on the com we ataewu tbe '. by all dal.... BO cents a box i'-1M' I -OWr tffitU...*; aa..trltt at avavlJTMe ......' men as can bear ;you above surrendered, are wllL-Pmbyterlan. I perjury. Voster-MllBurn Co. Boffalo N. T. .E" .. j.pi-... jj fa lafef.Tall ......
ot God's ? '
roar of the street. wb.nta vast. splendors. '\;:.:.. '... *.MM*, ... ,
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(.n'.rdlllll..t..t..l..ttrrlnth.tdulu.I.L1.'e.O\'''.... M.ur rlr."sod /nq'V.nlculnrr: n.! : .; If I you h aven t a .Policy in this i CompanyWHY H else IlKlillp limik Orlnndo.f4Tnr, and T", .urer. with,

i' Ddudrlal{ MOclaUoo of Q.orgla. Dr. J l>. Kmh ))r. M. 1 if Iota. Dlrocton.
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I itWhat.on .. For a Policy 'In the OUTRAN DIVISION OP THIS MU -
TUAL L.IFK ASSOCIATION -Georgia. Average! cost to "
: of Georgia's Greatest Men, HUN to Policy Holders last.year, MAlt on a tIooo'1)OlIcNow writing
more tha-- six millions of dollars a month. Only one Thousand! Experience: tir" Policy Holder in the Clarke '
Say"About tltc.-Jlutuul. Life, of Georgia. members allowed in one division and policy limited to ",000. ..
Open to men and women. Initiation fee payable when application Division.
Athena, Ga., March 27, 1005. Is Dud ". County. 1
,Mr J. A,-Dsrwln Secretary and Treasurer, Athena G.a'.,
At from 18 to 30 Class! A.W: 00 '
Dear Sir:.-After making a careful study of the plan of The ages "This division -was organlted four years ago; In tho whole of
At from 30 to 40 Class II. 4 no) ,;
Mutual Life Industrial Association of 1 ages have only been fifteen fleaths in that'division,
Georgia, have taken that
At ages from 40 to fio Class. C . . . & O()
out a policy in it and consider it the most complete jiyLutloa of which is full and consists ol a thousand members!' an average o(
r -..., At ages from 50 to(10( Clans D . . : -';. .<. 0 00
life Insurance I have ever seen. r"I 3 3-4 deaths a year. These are.facts.. .
These: amounts are paid only one time. One year from the date '
have Insurance In old-line and has been the actual cost of a thousand dollars
assrsamehtcorpanlea and I Let us see" what .
of the and thereafter.The .
policy annually
I have decided that "The Mutual Life" la as safe and at the same annual dues, Class A. '. ... 75 insurance of a member of the Clarke county division who has
I. time lower ID cost than any of them. Yours very truly, The annual dues are are Class .... 1 (no1'b.anoua.ldu411 been in It for the last! four i' ) HOWELL COB13. areCla..C. . .' 12' of forty and fllty Class C. His Initiation fee. was $5.0O.' 15 death
' Received through )II'. L. A. House, Secretary and Treasurer 1..he..anoual dues are Clays P.+ 1 50> assessments. 1.15 each f 17.25.! There has been three annual dues
1,000 from,"The Mutual Life of Oetonrlaj"HomeOHIc Athens $1 I.:V each total t' !.25 for four years l Insurance, or an. averageof
J. Ga., as beneficiary under Policy No. 4313 In the .WlndsurUlvt ' Whenever ade.ath occurs in a division, each member Is called .YKI: to carry a thousand dollars,insurance for a year, between -
l sion. 'This had only cost my husband $9.90 for nearly two upou to. pay a dt.'ath."rElml. urn of $1.15. According to the sworn the age't' >f,forty and Bfty. A member who Is under that
,, wo-\ statement the Company made to tbe Comptroller General similar amount. In an old line' or stock
The money was paid me 24 hours after.his death. 1 beg all age has paid a
'men in Georgia to insist on their busUandll to take policy in January 1st, 11103 the average cost to the policy holders of pany, at the aame age!, would have cost these member ( :
Georgia last to a 91,(MX) policy\ (5 41\ .
year carry was
the Athens company. MRS. EMMA J. 8AKUR. per annum. U there! any hen.e In paying18.48& for the same
Monroe Ga., August 1.J 1003. Paid beneficiaries during the year 11HU U4OOO.. *0,45' of business written\ In Sept. 111<<15. Mortuary rate last year 3 1 10

: .. per l.OOO() policy holdersyear before 3 1-10 per 1,000) policy
holder. .. '

It gives protection at actual cost. Local men manage it and prevent any }possibility of fraud. It is insurance at actual cost and money' kept'at home. Its ttqurce and origin, purpose

a and end-is Mutual and Co-operative Help-
: champagne suppers. This division includes Orange, Lake, Volusia and Osceola counties. Death rates in these counties for past thirty years<< has been a fraction below four per thousand :',

I per annum, between the ages.of 16 and 60. You owe it to.yoursdf and to;>> society that your dependents be placed beyond l reach of want in case! of your death. .

', Ja.rrI.: : (;: $ 1"L1..rI: :::> l .Y. Di.siri t :rvlgr., OI-1E'iIZc1O: Fla. '

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E Pleasures think of the mttlenlums that hate *****.*.***** 4444te.+e4i 444444.s44llseeaeef......
The and Inconveniences .
paINed.alnc" it first looked! out. upuu ; J..i
Horses! .i
the :vast sandy desert.It .;., 1 SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY STABLE.
is carved out of the solid roe)', '

of a Trip to the Mediteranean. the length of the body measures l.'X ft,, '
paws 50 ft., head .30 ft., width of the -. sfEy : -
muutPrit -arty 8 ft., face-14 ft heighthof ." 1'I I i"i
-: . ear nearly 5 ft The greater part I Livery .s 1 e.
of the form has been buried ; ri
BY EDWIN 9. BEf1DER.' > __ by the j.
w.aping sands, but they. are now,, '
_ This morning' we find- It on a.Ulng dangerous and I did not attempt-I1 exoavating-and no doubt before long spgt I .--. \' ;
r to be cool] and pleaxaut and arrange- more from the fact, that only a day or it will be soon almost as it was prlgln- Feed1 Hj
Jr menu are made to visit" the Qlzeb f o ago tourist l was making the. ascent, ally carved. Between the paws of the Stable'l
*.. Pyramids 'and the Sphyncr and after and reached nearly the top when he apbiax a temple was discovered and 5 __
'-.,.. 'w, usual breakfast of coffee androlls, was attacked with vertigo and fell to was reached by- a flight '.of sXep here '
our dragoman' maws ''his appearance the bottom and ,, was Instantly. killed were "memorial tablets of Tbolhmes I will arrive In Klwdmmeeabout. J. W. MILLER PROPRIETORflOENTS II
and arrangements are made for the and IIr the face of that I could hardly 4th and Uatnses 2nd. This umlle'ln :
day after walking a 'fe... blocks we ODd -the courage to attempt .K, being ancient/ time was protected from the. Dec.. 7th, with another STflNDflRD OIL cOMPflNY. "

'take a tram oar- toO the n-tle bridge afraid of the satrie thing. oocut-ing. drifting'sands by-crude brick walls, carload of lIorset '
and here we mount our .camels which Those who penetrate the'chambers remnants of.which are still visible. Broadway Opposite postOfflC;!
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Lr have been arranged Tor. In 'order to on the interior of the pyramid, suffer In tblteinple were found an altar Don't buy iintiL .yon see __ _..:
&,. mount them th* poor'-beasts' of burdenare wvearnore-'tnconven4enee-but perhapsdo atfd: small lion faclngXhe aphpx.This) -- 'Kif3laizxzmee.: : -,----.----" Floridet;: .
struck upon the knees ahd-then lie not Incur such risk Bod nervous monument (the sphinzy)-has been fear.; theiirr- .- : : :
1 down when oni (rather ungracefully people! cihtiuld not try it. 'The air is fully-mutllate4 In Arab times and It Is i rr e.Phon0
however) mounts the soliual. My close the passages and said that as far back as.1380 a fanatic '
narrow coo- -

W. J.McCRACKEN.YOUR :: :1.O2. All Kind.
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German friend weighing about 250 Ibs. aequaotlybringsyoq' into.cloae contact Arab sheik did much ,ur injure and : ; 3au1i i

' slid Off several .times before be trot, with the arab glides which IIcertainly' destroy used *it it, and many of the mamlukes - et.l.easfee................+.....+ ...+a'lsl+Rsl..+all+sse
; .., firmly seated, finally our party wasready unpleasant. The entranceto as a target. To' the :SouthEast : ,
'' to start. An. arab walking, the interior about 45 of tbe sphinx lies a very unique I ATTETIONFOR \
along side of each "'Dlmal.toO say that Feet from the ground on the north hide. granite. temple now called the Temple :
camel -ridlog is conducive of ..great, The passages are very low and require of tbe :Sphlpx: I it U. connected< with (he N' '
comfort would I think be ,b add I Ing one many times Loo: crawl 'on tbeJr temple of the second pyramid by a A MOMENTI
-. the truth without.m.uctLJ't"lrard, after hands and knees- aoer-tie 'It-Is over Causeway" and was '.io all probability .Vie hae1n'stoc'k
.a decided't.wutlDIr'' and shaking up for ,300 feet in lenghtn/ it would not be built by the same king Khafra al- now the.finestline
r. fo>- "somett.e we reach the Libyan Desert pleasaotr Qf-theooms In the-inteHor' though.-there lsno.inscription to coo- of Toilet Articles ever: shownin Laxative Bromo Quinine. :
and such sand Florida Is not In it, are the subterreanean chamber and tb.e firm I it, but Mariette of whom I ..-pokelalt our 'city. Among the newest
y y and then we slowly wend.<>ur -way up king. and queens-chambers. '. week in excavating 1'n 1853. found numbers
4 T + ,thetratl until we come to the Plateau The hall statue of Khafra which can be"seen are: '
I. 151 feet
G, i on which these great Pyramids rest, long 7 great ft. "wide-tod gallery/ 28 ft. high those in the Museum of Cairo. This templeof > 'COLGATE'S CASHMERE Cures Cold in One Day, Grip in Two.
:aDd what a sight.,,when one stops to .r d r 'think that be Is looking %t''' the oldest; say that the pointsof I if nut entirely buried In the sand but BOUQUET TALCUM

'i' \known things in existence be views There masonry are something marvelous.. I the Interior (which I visited ) baa;'bPell: POWDER. tB. '
{ are things Of Interest '
T them In perfect awe.! nearly If.not to be Been many by taking la great the Interior. excavated a passage/ : having 'been on ... 25c. fl flMoa

quite 6000 years old. but as for. myself like.tbe ascent, Icut'lt made and steps cut down to I it. And EASTMAN'S'CRUSHED .
The measurements of the great Pyr There : as we deoend' fie passage we find a TALCUM'POWDER.BEEKMAN'S '
amid. 451 feet high (higher than St. out.two others are, the Deal'thll second pyramid one : small chamber on* the right I built of LoAt Mother. Constipation.Health .
Peters at Home.) Lenghtb'of each appearing higher blocks of alabaster and_ on the left
n' side 755 ft, and covers nearly 14 acres. but that is explained than the! (Treat hand side is a staircase lined with the VIOLET' "Consumption runs In our family absolutely impossible, It ,
It like the rest of them are built of having pyramid been bullt'upon by Its same material and leads to tbe root of TALCUM: POWDER. and through it I lost .my mother'\. constipation be present. Many set- ;
nummelltlo lime stone from Tura, on There bl6Cbergtouod. the temple. Out of the. East side t>f writes E. h. Held, of harmony Me. ious cases of liver and kidney com'
are who think
ii' 'the Other side of the Nile. History 3 pyramids, many which BO'often that seen these in this temple runs a hall about 00x30 MENNEN'S VIOLET TALCUM "(<'or the past five years, however, on plaint have Ipruoi" from neglected! ]

t ,tells, us ; tbat a great causeway had pictures are. the are feet'with two rows of granite column, V'DER'! _ the slightest sign of a coughor-opldt.! COo !tpa"lor. Such a d"lIl.o.rAb.UtsgD..u.: .
_nbepo dB...urn. t be.plaDttbe Eg-ypclsfulT of teem only 'ohg h-Dm.xQ. tlieirctftne- ta-a'dark paTgaleis I I haVeTak: Dr:1iait-'i New 1>Tllco,- Tlltlon is unnecessary. There is a cure': 'a .
s,4 e which tne blocks of'stone radius of fifty miles there, and within a lug to 6 niches in two stones and built All these are celebrated goods e.*y for Consumption, which has saved for it. Herbine) .will speedily rewedy
were brought, presumably on sledges. and all of these monuments are seventy tombs also of alabaster and supposed to be and are most "gratifying the me from serious lung trouble" Ills matters. C. A. Lindsay P. M., Broo.
It Is a question, always has been and of kings and as all know are that. for the recept on of mummies. soul. . mother's death was a lad 'loss for Mr. son, "'Ia'l Vrts! Feb. 12..1U02. "11.'",
i always will be as to how these massive these 'same' we We now emerge into daylight again Held, but he learned that lung trouble Ing used -l-Ierbine, I find it. a fine medKj,
pyramids of the
y' i stone were gotten there and placed In I seven one and visit. the Tomb of.Number not A new arrival of Souvenir Postardi must not be neglected/ and bow to cine for constipation.1' fiOo a bottle.
wonders.of. the world. It would
+ oyn position.. .This causeway that I speakof I be }interesting reader to the far from the Sphinx: and near the are now In and its a nice cure .it.. Quickest relief and cure for :Sold: by Thomason A Roberson.
can easily be traced : my get village of Kafr. It is of number' coughs and colds. Prlce'GOc'and $i --- -- -'-- --
even now. history of the pyramids and read of one a way to get a reply to that "long ; ;"
This great pyramid: Is tbe- tomb, the different. ideas advanced as to the of rock cut tombs and this particular looked for letter." guarai teed at OsceolaPharmacy.. "1 Tbauit tli* Lord"cried .
/'tbe eternal resting place" of Khufu one Is the tomb of Khafra-ankh and Trial bottle free.. '
mode of building: them particularly Hannah Plant of Little Rock: ;]!
We ,
"Cheops" of Herodotus the sewed Uerneka his wife. are ready always. do'your .
of Dlodorous
'" and Ilerodouis but. probably Ark., "for the relief I got from Blen's '
king of the 4th dynasty.. lie was a priest of tbe Pyramid of running.
A Uunrnteed Cure-tor Piles.
Mrr Petrles.
04 theory 1 la as near Arnica Salve. It cured my ,a
: It was named bv him "Kbut" which Kbafra. The tomb called "tomb of '
;r 'translated understand means ''thelights" 'right as auy. numbers" on account of the lists of Itching Blind, Bleeding ful running sores, which nothing
or -
'+ Jt.'bal r :: been :'a mprvel to We. now_mount 'our 'camels' (the the possessions of the owner We Kissimmee Drug) Co truding Piles. Druggists refund money pro- would heal.-and from which I had fe..I' 1
4 travellers,:and speculating minds"of German preferring to ", .Ik) .8Dd after next visit Campbell's tomb so called if Paso Ointment fails to cure any fered for 5 years." It la a J

i$5at' all sires, many theories, of Its :use travelling slowly and uncomfortably after the. British l Consul General in l Phone 41.. case, no matter of bow long standing, healer for' outs burns and' '
!-" '-.have been propounded. for about a quarter of a mile we reach! Egypt at the time of the excavation of In 0 to 14 day. First application Guaranteed Osceola Pharmacy, ,

Many have, suggested 'that. perhaps the far famed and much read about the same. It is not as old as some o t Tb Cure a Cold la One gives ease and rest ()Oo. If your drug Test '
( u t .they: were ''Intended for astronomicalobservations which: on the edge/ of the plateau on the others evidently belonging to the Day gist hasn't it send GOo In. it Has Stood Years ,'fr4
yr ,; otbeis that It. was'.a rest the 3 pyramids, the sphinxis 20th dynasty. There were four sarcop Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. will be forwarded post-paid by Paris I The old..-nrlgtnsl Grovel Taste1eM|
i0 !standajrtl: f-m."u ni lltWblle; beculUts found and Just before we react 1 It hagi found and all of them bad been. lets. All druggists/ refund the money Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. tf Chill Tonic. You know what you are j
are seen'three small If It fails to E.
r't regard it as. ''a1 majestic fane pyramids the one plundered. cure W. Grove's signature
taking. It Is Iron ahd qulntt) Ina
6t 10'whose recesses 'were' performed the in the centra and the one to the South is on each box ?5c.. tf Jialmeat I
One of these 'is tasteless form. 60c.(
sarcophagi! {la the Earth. pay.
. belong to two daughters' of Khufu
J .y. mysteries and whose walls bad often .
< but I understand- that has British Museum in London and took Job work neatly and ; \
t; members wfto.s.ed'.the of ..hel'olal'fami11".r initiation scenes' There of been found In them. The'nothing-aphiax (the particular notice of 'It when visiting afthls office. promptly. executed : Henry D.. Baldwin, s'upu. : City Water Neuralgia' Paias.

j.. ). ,are maD1".curious 'trsve era: who picture of which at least'' bat been that perhaps wonderful institution. There are ---- -- "I Works have ,'tried Shullsburg. kinds Wla. writes: Rheumatism, lumbago and scla'tlo.
many pyramids not a many of liniment
seen by everyone) represented to the great Man's UnreasoaableueaaIn influence
pains to the r
desire to not only ascend to the top, distance from here that would be much but I have never received much yield penetrating .
Egyptians form of their
a God Horus.
but'to view the Interior. In that of Ballard's Snow Liniment.It .
case The of impossible calculate more interesting to my readers often as great as womaD'.. But benefit until I used Ballard's Snow boil ,
ij It Is Descessar make application age those of Tbos. S.: Austin Mgr. of the Liniment for'rheumatism the nerves and
especially Sakkara and the and
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pains. "
/ i" to the Sheik of arabs that-are at" one time It ass considered .prehIsterU''aod and being absorbed Into the blood,;
than.. many tombs at Memphis but I must lican of Leavenwortb, Ind., was not, think ""the' best liniment on earth."
i'n'attesdanoe.' Beta bound to furnish i middle'empire buff. stele handle not take up tbe tirna,, to write about )unreasonable when he refused toul- 25c, bib and 100. Sold by Thetna- Its healloal'ropertlel are conveyed to !k-U
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interesting tome ,
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' wb Icb' recorded' repairs dooe' too the says
+ $1.00.Bold by Tbomaton ft Roberson.
:: to 'visit tbe Interior- which will'cost'12 Electric .
; ttetn would be to the readers of this "we concluded to try Bitters. A Vlseetrou4Catrtntty.It .
t mple'of the sphinx1 in tha reign of ;(
piastres and than- the backt Toothmes letter. I will bv ul>I1ged to omit them. My wife was then'so sick, she could .
the .fourth.- '
aheesb aod; there.... no limit'to thaw they arrived at the conclusion((18th 'dynasty< that Imust ') It is my intention to have this earls hardly leave her bed, and five ((5)) Is.a disastrous 'calamity, when WorlaD.atroy.r--- !:> : T
1" andIf yon bare a,'dragomab (Guide) jbe.-tbe work of letters continue until spring and IT physicians had failed to relieve .her. you lose your health,because Indigestion '
of the old
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