The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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EXERCISES declamation medal oootest was' 'held. MRS. G. F. PARKER HAS I . :

or when the .auditorium was again! orow::> ; R.RtV-fNG.--:

ed to'lu full oapacUyi: Each oonteslant -- -- ,CROSSED .
THE HIGH SCHOOL.eAudience delivered his or. her declamation TUr[ DARK RIVER. GOODS

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in a manner that.,was highly pleasingto
.Attends, and Are the Audience as was,evidenced bytbebundel'ous One ofKissimmee's' Most Lovable

I'Well. Pleased With the Showing l>,,ouquet: .}which applause followed- and each. shuwerpof recitation' .Women is No More. '. ,.: Largest Stock,, ( -_- ;

.Made By Pupils. 'On Saturday morning' last a pall of
It }s safe to say that the judge:who .thrown .
sadness the entire
.'The. commencement exercises of the.oeola I were Mrs. H. .sf.Pfaon, Mr., A. ,E.. population was of this town over by tbe an /Latest StylesLowest : 'I
High School- began at the Dr ,T. M. Rl< bad ,
Bearden and ; rer ,
iD.1 : pourtcement.\ that.. Mrs. 0.. ,F. Parker, .
jtudltorlum last Sunday at 11, a. nooaav taslcta awarding: the, medals
'of the vtulversally
one most popular.and
ltli.the baccalaureate sertnonwhich fOr
Aflor-deliberatlog toe matter some : ticeS"
beloved of Klsslm} t
women nee -was
[WM delivered by neY'1 L.. R. Jenkins, time the judges finally awarded the dead. The anrjouncemriai came as'a "

Dattor of the methodl.tchurch.! first prize to \llu 1 Vivian ]R,e and.the 'dlstioctshock Mrs. Parker had ,
6bl1.1be 1 i filled large with aaditorlura, the putron-i was and'comfort-friends second toMiss: Mauala'Woodall. 'been seen out driving on Tllur dayafterDoOli. ... ._.., ..._._,_._ , ..-.,..--.

'The followlou Is-iwllst. of the 'contestants ,' and w..., apparently enjoying *', r;
,he school'iixl tiioygh\ the day'wastvery'warm _', _ _ __ .. = ...:.
and their. subjects'' her: usual. .health'; H ,0 .' _. '_ ____ __ -- :
f Mr, Jest club held '
ono, *
1.. ""The Uutoa of the Blue ,and sympathy 'of' the entire'co.mmun1ti' In P f1NrN4 11kNNVkM
ttbe undivided onfeoilou of the laVge l On Friday"mornlnir! she was";taken, kAMtiN 1N1
the Or y'f\; : . ,Miss Vif lao Le.t. th -irreparable 10... '
audience throughout .eloquent dls .f with*a'severe case of cholera-morbus, :
|Courser 2. "1'arrhaelua'and the Captive," which was at first, thought to' be not Amongthe out 'of' town relatives\ ]

\ . ;.. .. . . ;/,Mlse Nellie Lupfer. ; I'u
A large chorus composed of the .j. serious.:, Phvsiclans, however werecalled who were' here to attend the. funeral SPRING AND SUMMER

j{elder..girl ouplls of the''school occupied 3. 'The Unknown. SpeakerM.t 'in aothI'OUaIouL!; the, day .were:- Mr,. E., ,Vv,., Irvine, of Lake:
.,. . . . . .. .'. :.Verne'rKllls., .
seats on the rostrum and ao'eompanled {,' .everything' that loving: handsand City; Mrs. M,, E. Parker and ,Mr. and .. .
"U'nder .. .... . .
4. ) Which Flag":
Miss Moo ten on the uie"dica4klll'could do to relieve her S. B. Parker, of Waycross Oa.;
by . . . . . . . ..Mr Charles O' '' GOODS ,
I piano, furnished splendid music. ,,, upJproprlate. .v erry suffering; Was done; but the a'rllD'rell.p'' Mr, and Mr... Aubrey Stnlth', M".. J.. '
to the occasion.MrJedklos.preaohed .. ;5. "Sombre".Mlss'Ruby... E11U er had marked her: for: ,his ..ownand n. Irvine, ]Mr."W.rA:' Irvine, Mi' and
6. "A Voice .From a Far Country"Mlsa the good lady gradeally'worse .Mrs. M P.'Irvine and Mb.' Shelly
a not elof grew ? ; ..
'the subject of self . . .... . .-.. . . . .. Willa CUbert. until the 'end ""came",-about midnight .,Smith,''of Orlando: MrJ1 and'Mrs.; Oao.; .

1uent. sermon oo ashis text "And 7. ..ThePul1shUoy." . . . : . . Friday night., .W. Dunne, Suinter, S.IO./ ;; Mr, Oeo. j. ,Pry__ Goods. Clothirtg Shoes and Notions '
taking :
tfjliness) ; '..
\even with him- . . . ......... . :. .. Mba Call Bryan. Miss Mabel visiting Parker, of Lakeland. % 7- 7 Tr r Tin f
Christ was not pleased Porker.who was '
'Rowe" : . . .. 0(
'.elt." 8. "As the Moon . friends in Tallahassee, was telegraphed [ i' *' EndlesH Variety ana at-Very .
... . . . :. ..,. .Miss s Mamie Wocdall Circuit Court : ,
Printed programs/ with the followIng Friday morning but owingto '
&"\ order of service, and'. On account of the Inolement.'woather; the schedule of trains between hero Pursuant to adjournment circuit 4 4 f '-.1': 'Low priceB 4"' .'

for the congregation: were distributed: and a breakdown: at the electric light and that place, did not arrive, home 'court was reconvened Monday afternoon :

Psalm LXVlj; 1-8 Choir. plant' the class In elocution were unable until {Saturday: morning. Her son, all. the court'titflcers being present : '..\ '-
: to give their; entertainment. last, who la Lakeland -
Coronation. Congregation. Mr. George Parker, was .. _
Invocation. "' I night, which was. a great, d'Uappolnt- alwo'came up Saturday morning. The Lanier burglary case was again : _

Old Hundred. Choir. H went to both teacher and poplin, as Mrs. George Dunne, daughter of the taken up and a severance having been : IH. C. STANFORD, '

: -Scripture. well)) as'to the patro'nVahd friends (of deceased lady, who lives near Sumter, granted at the request of the State's ?

\ balm XXXIV; 1-7. Choir. the school. S. C., was also telegraphed, and as. Attorney Hard Johns,.J. F. O' err, '''THE ORJWNAT011'OP'LOW PRICES. IN' KISSIftlMEB.t .S

Lux Bentgna Congregation. Tonight the graduating? exercisesand : she did not live near the, telegraph and Win.- Stevens were put, "on trial. $

Commenooinent. Sermon. Rev. L>. award of medals will be -the. program station and consequently could not 'be. The new venire of thirty jurors had t t vvvvwwwvvvwv. wv vvv eM1rN 9 .**> ,

II. Jenkins. and will doubtless draw a large reached immediately the body was been summoned and most of them '! .. ir., --r.L :,,...

,Olivet. ConcrepHtlon.Benediction. /: crowd. embalmed to await her' arrival. She were presept. Of the three jurors who +..'+ of.. .. +.. t H ',';" .;... ..... .. ,... ..
Hev. C. E. Jones. The work of the high school the past and her husband came Monday morning had been.selected Leo'n-ar'd Parkerwas
On Monday evening. at. 8 o'clock the year under the able management' of on the early train and the funeral excused, and the attorneys in the

-exercises of the Grammar 'School and M. II. d.nlth anil hi.//fable corps of was held Monday at 9 a. m. \case proceeded to select four more, CITY .SAKERVf,

-/Primary Department. were held and II assistants has equaled if not excelled *, In the meantime the body lay in I which.was.. } done, the complete Jury \ .

the large auditorium ,was filled to any year in the history,of that institution slate In the parlor of the family residence being as follows: Z. W. Bass, K. A. .

Overflowing. I ; and'we regret to learn that. Prof. and hundreds of tbe friends of Lankford, M. Overstreet, .'' Lewis ,* BREAD. CAkE AND PIE.. K1

if};. The pupil of this department, from Smith as well at., some of the other the departed called to pay their last I Seaman, t. L. Platt and J: K. Oil. n-i

'..e i largest to the smallest acquitted teachers, have decided not: to teach respects and depogH. .flowers on. her bert Jr.The .' ': FANCY GROCERIES ,

Legiselves fn a most creditable manner net year and will n' applicantsfor cortln. .. I attorneys |10 the case. !are State "

and while some of them may reappointment to their. positions, The funeral was held In tbe Presbyterian ,Attorney Jno,,C. JOnes, assisted by *It

have deserved special mention, t.be1il'all In the school.) church, and was attended by at W. Lv Palmer and J. H. Jones, for (FRUITS AND .CONFECTIONERIES: : : I.. 5 >4EyERYTHING

did so,well that It would have re.J" large congregation of the relatives the prosecution, ':nd, J"dw.,,' R.d I'', .. -t.a ..||in,i. .-mS. ,sj.-a.s_. .i...tfii.! .inn ....nMM < .' !<. us m..MH .. i im.i-pji--r. j. N I '1

t | lred'ao experienced ci-itlc to havenstlngulshed Accident at. High School. and friend of the family., Rev, C. E.I Carter" of Tampa and U. M.: "Beanett. t .,i. Diamond 'x ,Butter, Agent, White Star; Laundry; 1 )" .
lietween tliem., Jones conducted the sei-vIceland paid of DeLand for the defend: <. .
afternoon 'the . w .
On last Friday at '
Following Is the program; The la 'and the'. '' tak ,
F a glowing tribute to the higbcbrtstlancharacter jury was sworn I I
1.. Son '-"Ked, White and Blue." high school auditorium! while. dress!! and personal worth of .the ingofekenoe began'"Tuesday'' and ,t41 : t
: : 'w H. PROP. WfL1i MCLAUGHLIH it.
rehearsal of one of the numbers for ? : .; .? : ; ,. .... ..
Little lied .
2. Reclt..tloo.-"U" departed lady, concluded, yesterday at noun, hersbeing '. . -
,,! Umbrella" . . . .. . Elon (Hulce the entertainment of the, grammar "Thechoir was composed of the' over forty"wttnesnv's la the case. +, +. +, .,.:.'..T...++.+'1..fU..i..i' +H..t... ...++++..+< i *. . ', ': ,'t.

3. The''Hatchet Drill. school and primary; department. wai lowing ladies and ;gentlemen: tOI-1 The arguments\ of counsel l !began ,_. H .: I .; -..' -.i-4. ....

4., The Goblins.i.B. In progress, aQ accident happened Mrs. M. Katz, Mr.," l1d'Mr.. J. terday afternoon and up to noon 191-1. I ')O Doo ooococ aOClDCIC' '

Recitation.-"She Danced;-With .which came.near" being serious for all Wlllaon Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. 'day were DOt. finished. Mr, Massey ,' . ,. t. .' .. \ ,,., D', *,''I;. .. ;" ,.z"'!::1,''t'" .y '

{:"Washington.GunioeAnderson: ; ; concerned. A high platform had been Prenlis,' Mrs. C.. El.: Jones?;Mrs., yv'W'j Of counsel for tb. .State. .being yet to; ... : ,',-'. '.. 'I,"'I ,'';" ."\f"" "' ' ,
>';6. The : :; )\j .*ti constructed.. upon the stage for this his the "." ." .CO' ; "'1IM"h ,
Baby .Showj, *'lvf ; (Sears: and Misses Helen Carson bear from. After argument "W ''B MAKINSON a \
*.' ' number'and all the, little, .t..bout. .; ..., i'i\: ;\ .
'i f'J .
7i. The Clock BortV8v : .: ,: Jeanr .C&ldweU. J.W 'W i L. "Van Judge.will deliver his charge and""hetcase .i ,.;;. _ : ... ''
' fifty'or'sixty In nudiber-had donned 't," ', .:l.'.' (:,'+' "
'" .r" 'Io
, \ Under The. .Old Umbrella., then ) : 1..1 >
Ouzor and the will go,, the jury. This j .,
presided at the-organ, to A"L ..
,' and blue costumes: ; 4 --"Co; r> ...". ..; ... .,....'.' .
Country's 1'falf. and mounted the platform tvlQ j -
. 10.. Our / beautifully, and Impressively rendered: cases evertried here;,koth"-sides, ;;contesting , C' "
" ; 11., Ilecitatlon;=*Under the Buggy( through' the flnal rehearsal. The Just. as 1 Am;" "Lead Kindly Light"and every-,Inch of'.ground, and the I 14:

l Seat" . . . . Nina, Bratton. weight of so many little bodies_proved "Sometime We'll Understand." outcome. is awaited with a 'jlre t.'.deal*; :
Belles. too much for the frail structure., andIt # .' .
! .Broadway 'l' .
The floral offerings were profuse of interest. I :
, (T3.'night,. the mush class the stage. sent by the Married; d'le.'. Club, of+! Of Interest-to Teachers.I : : ,
.BunderXbe; able- tutorship of Miss L. TI.eon.I, I It Is saW, pandemonium broke an'dwbom T, .. .
which she was a beloved member from ProfTomF1. .
,&f. llooten held their annual l recital, loose and the scene that followed : .
.she of entertained In her M Qeatb, of Gainesville, will,be of
tLtt and till; parents and friends. of the pupils gave some idea of'wi)at San 'Francisco '
home. This,was a large and beautifulfloral teachers who expect: :
have experienced at the time
Wiee'-very much: gratified with the must "
anchor, composed of tend UnlversHylNormttl' School : .'DL progress that has been made of the earthquake; ThiTIady.teachers white "'carnations and ... ,. ,. tf
sweet peas, as- this summer" !{,tGainesville "r : "
fl.:program this department.was excellently)) The rendered following: who were, the standing fifty or around sl.ty little, beganscreamlnA' fellows para"Us.ferONj'II.Dother, ; hertugbters from the"Girl's Fla., May. 10, J906, : : : NEW !' 'r a
1 Club of which weremembers Brother Editor: Will you : i s
,. t"goh . . who fell began' crying; prof. : ,
: Du BrlllanU" SponholUU1a
Piano mo
: magnificent wreath of .
was a in the next l Iasue'of ir" paper, kindly I ::1" ,
: >-Mary Canton and L. M.. Hoc ton.. Smith who wa under the 8caft'0ldwben yo ,.< ; i--- w
i. r Y.' J'tanOSoIo-"B. the Maintain Spring" . .Bohm It fell, added bis, voice to' the white flower 'Both of these were announce ,to your c unty .teachers I " '.' +
MlM Annt Canc>n. "ordered' from J'agksoovlll. florists for that the. University Su'nmer+ School : to" .. '
t" teachers and 1
i Vocal 8oU-"Lorna" . .*.'.. '".N.wton general outcry) and tha the occasion. will open in Gainesville June 12..'and Saddles :, \ .Harness ] : ,
';' pupils In other portions of the building : ;
t' Mir Either wicker.j '' .. .
After the funeral service the remains' teachers the fa '
that itte.ndlng
same I .,,
r P"no'oI."Staccaw: Pleoa"L- { made 4 rush for the auditorium I :v i i0)':
,) '. Mi .Mary: PterllfO, of them believing the predictedearthquake were conveyed> to Ruuebill cemetery, can.obtain. board in.the best private, : }
i\i Piano SolaAIletnttu" .. :.. .. .... .. .......... some which ''was to destroy followed by'a long line of mourners,', homes In the city at 12.50 a' month, : Stove$ ., CrockeryGlass .ft.,. ,.
:.... ' MlM Hilda KMne. vehicle 0 ,"
Florldaand Cuba had arrived. almost ever In town'being required where as many as two accupy the same I pare ; :>

.f *\"i:&njo8oto-"Imp.rlktLrandMarch".Fanning Mir Lull May: Haotn..< When the excitement had somewhat to convey,the large number of : room, Please say also that I will be : \ Tinw '

; '\ Piano" Trio-"Echo dM MonUg ..". ...Strwbbo subsided and the children and Prof. friends wEio followed' ,the corps to the glad to arrange beforehand' for board : . set

, L4: Mlaaoa AnnMCa......... A v. Collier and.Miriam Smith rescued from the debris of the. cemetery, '1 __, I:for all who will write me. In writing. 4 0 '*' I
'Baae, Here surrounded t la death by those teachers should tate whether they de- : Paints' 'j' ,"' .Oils >
' \,.';,:Vocal Sol..->Ma.n.tlo WalU". .Ardltlk demolished platform It was found that who knew her beat an/1/ lovea her most '' .
sire to room alone l or'prefer "room- .
? Mir Vivian ..... DO very serious! Injuries had resulted! '1 : ., '
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In life, all that was! mortal of Mrs. ... will be about $4 . :
Solo"Frolic of the Buttarflian".. ..,.Bohm except to the platform.ProSmith mate, .the charge a ''
't Mia Caret Spalr . Parker 'Was tender/! laid to rest to' month more, where one rooms alone. Window Stiades Matting' 'and. '
was painfully .
however ,
,< Iiorue-'lImm.. Fanaloa'V-. .>...M traPiano await "The lalll'Catl"of Him who Bald, Yours frater, ally, : ,
** bruised and cut, and had to resort to : ,
Claia.SorouOi .
Choral "
"blessed they that die In the :
It '" .Anaela.." the of crutches for several .- 4 :
Crado Play use days. '' . Farttiingjttipletiients .
Vocal Dnot- "MomoriM of the Paaf .. :... .Half while some of the little..ones received Lord.. I : f, \.
. ?\ :',111Mr.Charleo and Prof. M._H. Smith bruises and scratches which.were si,on The pallbearers were, Messrs.,0, A. Death of'an, Aged Lady. j .. ,..' . j ,. .
:P1I iIo Duot-"Kop*Daneo".-. .."...V.. Gael Carson H, C. Sta'Dford..J. McPbattar, : ; ; .. .
._ MlaMO. Call Brjraq and Rowona 8pl.rwood healed, and the thrilling .cat.alltr'ophe. H. M;'praDD. H. N. Bratton, /8. 13. Mrs.. Henrietta Norman, an aged r wv
'' tolla'V, . *. ./".'.Faun which might approprlateiy entitled and respected lady, died sud "
, Qolo- I highly STEEL7 ffN
'! Bullock, M/ Katz: and'Dr, M. 3.Hick. forth. I(:
MlM:Marietta Pfann. "The Last Rehearal''' is now but an"exciting ... denly'at the home of her niece, Mrs. n
Triox'-Buaaraa March".Gurlttt "* "
:' Ulaaco. Zion 0111_ Eanieo And._.and I : .memory.. ..- Mrs.'Parker was born inXive Oakf sl1...,W. Wlnn,of this. place on Saturday |/ 't y"b '.t.
\\1. . : *night last. Get 'our prices'beforebuying"elsrhere.: i 1 ,.
Ins .oe.4'a'vocal8ob'TM Monstrous' !!f1l\ Flak October, 22d, 1863, and' 'was' .
Clan of tho Bammor" A Tbe'c1e ea.e4ladl 74 ; old yC
I was years
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((0- Mr..korbort8polr. therefore In the 43d, year other' age.'.,and came here to live with her" niece ... .
'.! PMnoSolo""R ooftecttonaoffom..Mak Last Sunday morning Jl.H.:, Lacier I Her family afterwards moved to Quit- about six. weeks ago: and up to the )Qqooocoooa. QaOOCK

/ Mlaa)f.ry Canon .I. Jr. killed! one oi as large alligatorsas : man Oa., where she spent her' girlhood I evening before her death she was In 1 __ __- \ } :
-t' Voeal Du.t-" ".Wlth th.8ttoam"....Tou'r.jBaS .: could be found anywhere, the monster ' days,, and was married Jan. 25, her usual health, and assisted In, preparing 111. ;y J ''
Saturday-night.\ She .
:- "hooI.P1aJ'U Two A Ia-"TnaellanU.1 was found by' two of tbe'girt.. 188.} In the same, ,J car she moved I retired supoer at her usual and the '

';. ', '. Ch rac"'l I about a hundred yards from the with her husband to' Orlando Fla.V family were shocked houri oa' to her ft ,
Howard" a wally gentkman.a..... house, He' had climbed ,over Mr. J. where they lived three fears, comingto I room to arouse her Sunday NEW GRod'ERY.8TOR'E.., >
night I Ir
.. : '. : I It find that time during the ,
"I..t 1 KUslmmea in the fall of 1884 where some "
Miller's fence1 IntoLanierV '
W. pasture. w,1-1'
K fl.Wajno, tbucb_ .r..r....a..t.l her spirit Sad taken itsv:'everlasting .
Y f'" ..,..>......... '..r y-Ducar.toes. pasture"an"d; then climbed she has re.14ed'eyer.lnco: :' She wasa I Bight, and she had passed to the great, 'We'have just'opened opal lJ..Od.A Bsndjr'i. :. I '
J. -
..hlaewr-:..:....... ...a.d 1 .:.....1.:.: :; over. 'Lariler's 'p.iure; fence' into his coD.tateulmemb t of the Presbyter beyond. .Old-: stall, with,* full stock of fresh 'f. Rl
.. : 'oI.h't ..... ,....i..IIuiNir. fIlda04 lan'chvrch In tills'city and was t for*' ; a She leaves one sister, Mrs., .Loretta 'B
tCWUbNott.atoad.r' ; ...W.tfr : -...!,.....:.,,,......>.. twarcti"irae.hou.: wa mlna"\1p",'when be a was footpath kill number of years organist In both. 'Ihe Ball of this place..aod one- .brother, ,FANCY? : AND: FAMILY. qfcdcERiiES.and .'
.-.V.EraorrCampron, Judgs Ot A. Hanson, of. Tampa, besides respectfully solicit a share of the public : ;
;.OiariM S *VB V awi of.a"poor. wido ,.:.<...;..;'-f eel.:, /.Hti hide was taken: off sby I "Jim Sunday school and churofi'of tha -4'- ) numerous other 'relatives and pat.roDaceF..... delivery ,,to<< ;all p ru of a j i,
itr h .. ....' H........,.,...... Jim. .Johaatoa., Lacier, and,measured 11 feet I 9'' Inches nominatlon.: Sbe leaves a'' 'd'evdtedbniband ,friends to mourn her loss. ./. the city,, '/ ,
Bant.Jar-. .... .. ., ,-, .;:.'....,.;..1".', children remains interred at' Rose. t rNu1i
{. .t .i. " long, and 2 :feet and 8 Inches,'wide. and six .th, eldest 1 The were PtiflEft r"" f
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. afternoonIthe :
"104.ard, ., Brt..ant..n..l; -'I.ff.I.t..J..f...;..: ,...:..:;... and his) bead wa. iwo feet. long! and.a, of whom is Mrs'; Oeo,.Dupne, ind" the I|hill funeral cemeteryon. services, being'vdondecte4I ) ,86 -' COLLIER' & \CQttlER" UJ6': 1" "

."....u ,. .,.....'..rllMtlao--.. .monster" td.look, at. youngest' k: daughter'about two'years, I I at the grave by Rev Lr. .K,- Jenkins, .it'. '. '" .___ ._ "L_____....... --.. :K4''

*.rOn Wednesday evening. the 'annual. J', ."'iii X.AltlziJs;\ Of age, all of whom .hve tbe deepest. ., pastor of the, Methodist. .church. ." ;"
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"To Sir. Hamilton Degraw Artist" Doings in Florida I:
Court Goes Against
Ah! what. a narrow eseqpet!. Thrust High
., .
Ing the three letter Into her .
pocket 'Senator.
of'M1L I O 1\TS. she hurried out locking the studio Kansas ;
door behind her. doing nt once tot

-*- utreet, she rang the bell of ST. and Peculiar Labor Muddle In Tampa. Murder Mystery Unsolved.But .

Inquired If Mr, Vnndeckerwas' in. The Central' Trades, and Labor little additional Information' has JAIL 'TERM AND A FINE ;

Hojiplly .be'was. and after a few torturing Council Assembly ot Tampa at a TO. been learned regarding the murder 1)1 \.j

or"The rereakes inlnjiten! of .nltlnllln the.parlor, ont meeting adopted a most "fur- tile Acreman family in Santa Roan _.. r JJ

Bj Anna KaUarine (Green, tow; SL.e a good.looking. woman entered and reaching resolution wltb regard 'to county TLq coroner's. jury Is still lu- Also Deprived of Right" to Hereafter' i..,;

,.,* .. 1eee. *v west:' aommt'.SONS. quietly greeted her. working in non-union built structuresor vcaligating' the horrible affair! Inasmuch ':,
"'1 liave come," she.said, gently, and renting Hold Office Under/ Government
-- and living in houses ,built as no clue can, be obtained
with her first conscious effort' at acting I by ether than'union labor. The preamble Rome of the citizens of Santa Rosa Mutt Recl0n Sot In'I. e'scn,7:
CHAPTER XLII Why: do, ;you weep, Jenny I shall; n' part slier did not feel "for a letter f
and resolution adapted are as county are of the belief that the family ate or Be: Forced OutThe .,
Continued."There come bnck very soon. You sorelyvanwalt addressed to,Mr, Degraw wblcb your .'
follows" I died from'all ocatloD, or,.the memo 'r- ..,1
In patience for three days husband Itmald to have found. I am ,"
mistake.; ,
: you '. Could L hare studio! I his t intended and bees 'were no nearlxjniirocated! froiu coart of the United.
"Xot If you-go back to the wjfe, wrote the. hotter contractors Biipieme r:
brought niymlf to consider 'o hurried smoke while they slept that they weru
have a most unreasoning fear of the States Monday, rendered a decision in
a and ,unlooked-for' miptlnls) I should etndlo!,' .*bo cried. "I \'l'r' since you "I nm worry: ,? Mrs Vanderker, |111'10'0.. oigdulzod labor ,of Tampa and vicinity 'unable to make their escape from the ? oC United States Senator ,,'
have to her at tin case ,
come to you standby ; therefore be ItRoHuUed flame, However as the skulls of sev
. have been here I have hind a |ireraonl- "but Mr. Degraw tins Just called for Hi '
. the altar, As 'It Is I come tor ;your ndvlce . Joseph IU. Burton of Kansas. The ;.
tlon, of danger connected with thnt propel''''.' by the Central Trades and oral of the bodies were' crushed when

'.* to the best way tit refuse'* tier placa. What docs' It monn? That ".Mr, PegraW!" Labor Assembly of Tampa That mom fouud, and thai spots ot blood were decision was "against D\lrto'nl a3 rlJl-

I request too deeply without. I have shofcklnher:/w-ssefit' '"-whom, feeling! ,I* setup fearful peril menaces you or ourlove "My. husband Wl'dt.out of town thin bore of affiliated unions will net live found It .Is hardly probable that the Ing tho deslolon: ol th'lI United fctate '. ".

?*' morning. He met Mr. Degrnw at! the nor. work in any house built bynon coi oner's jury will take this Mew ot dittrlct '
lore. I cnnnot bring myself fn circuit coait (or ha eastern ,
"Xo! nol! my darling.: You :arC! tired (depot nnd( told him of this letter and uiilon !ubo:,. the matter. That Acremun and his
without her ,,Fhnil I tell . .
presence., b' burton was
and start at'ever shndovr. I onn forgive where It found. Mr ; of Missouri,
) Degraw j lido adoption of.,. the resolution line! entire family were murdered 18 with
Jenny sot I only want three days In ;
; you for It. You" have Lad a came for It Immediately? and It in not' created quite a'stir among the laltor- out a doubt, and it 'Is the opinion ot .eiiteiicel tj box uionths' luiprliionment .
which easily'nit '
to bringber. Jenny in
( wretched week." ten minutes since ho left here,;with It "" in the jail of Iron county Mlsuouil '
lint long.,, nut how to It tug nen of the town, many of ,'hem those who are keeping In close touch
propose "But If you would only go; to your in hltf hand. I required to pay a flue t'f {4,500 .*,
- when her heart Is so torn and lacerated are living 4n cottage.*built by laborer with the case that It w..a. not done by
t ?'', mother without returning to tug studio! Jenny; gave her one 'look-the woman *" not aI llnt.etf..lth.- trade unions. any one :'epldlng"lii-Santa Ilosa county and dopilved ol? the right to hcrtufe'c! .. -

.' bo whim, but Is It one forgot ft-Jthen she under
It may only a never staggeredout / hold oltico tho government y
")Ir. Degraw.! let.'u:0/ to her. You It the resolution Is lived; up to by but some one' whom he probablyhad
t tliijt yon can humor' I may be only of the house; nnd wandered dizzily The opinion) Vvua"by Justice: liu.lan. "I
will bare word given you. If she sees tho members of the unicns affiliated offended.befo>'e he became a res) "
nervous butUer attitude and nw.v to Hilary's house. ,Ah! 1f the made la Barlon'siutercbt 3
;- fr that )'ol1lo.e her and only w'/lbto, wnlt Both would with the Trades and"Labor Assembly dent! ot thtit county. The/ fact that All of the polnta "'
sturonull'hl'd her appeal. ;ground only open In merry' and \
a suitable time thAt she mny ,,be married many of ho'liborlng men will bone: Ariexnnn, before retiring each night, were ovci I'
were Irresistible, and he smiled 'Indulgently take her int! She was not worthy of ( Burton prosecuted! on _
with honor nnd :you with untlsfactlon cumbering 1t longer And her tit seek other -domiciles fcr their would carefully'examine his shot gun Senator was ;
steps '' '
she cannot be no unreasonable ns "It iso child' notion" Bald he; grew tery languid! nnd her heart very families Jf tho letter of the resolution anl then place It !in bed alongside of tho charge of violating scstlou: I7S2 .')

to feel hurt She _hallltny with me, "but the child Is very deer to line and faint M she drew up at Hilary's steps In, cahlod: cut, cigar makers will him, showed conclusively that he was of the revise statutes which pibhlb- '

a* she did, .beore"untll she 1* ''mar- I not toil citur in of the factories momentarily expecting the ifs- ficaatora and representatives Irow
.' shall be listened to. I can take tbot And with difficulty mounted. to the any appear
I'le4. midnight train ns well as any ether.I .which arc built by non-union labor. nnce of some foe, and was always: pre- rf\lving couiiotii/utlon' for servlcei

When they ,drove up to Jenuys have money with me. and though' I door.Oh. I If I 'eouhy i tall aslce.V she Ttu younger; .Elncljf- men of the. uniupsv,111 pared to' defend himself. 'No one ever rendered: -.l-ofoso any of the govern-
Louse Hilary.remained the carriage."An Mutter Ift ,
shall I hard to (pa without! my usual thought "and know' no more tot Jft\o lo quit their bachelor quarters Q&If'd Acreman why bl)' was taking! uient In any .

you hare come!I" (conveniences, I will make !It n flying weeks in such boarding houses as are such precautions but it was a tact which ,the government may be inter- > ,

The'. : exclamation sprang from lipsthat trip or bur In Waterbury. what I think But she had to ring the bell, ghe-1rattr erected bv other than union' laborers, generally known In the neighborhood ebted. lie wits epeclficully chyiged '113

,bnd turned suddenly rosy at his'step. I need. Does tlmt. relieve your fears; : and with accepting a too -of $SuJ':'J't|
He looked as-ho heard It and to cntef the door she had to confront and for their soft and hard drinks frequently commented upon. Opln

-I new Jenny'before up him In! a dress sug- my darling, or persuade you that I nm 1 Hilary, and in another moment, ber will hate to seek places of lefre, h- Ions, therefore, are that Acreman hud month for Jive mouths; from the Rialto ,'-
'willing: to do nny reasonable or unreasonable ' lover. Grain; and Securities eoLiptn:: : ot St f
gestlve of a modest bridal, nnd waiting mont built by union hands If the Intent an enemy at some of hie' former ,

ing In her hand a bonnet and a pair carry of thing that I conscientiously He was standing in a little receptionroom of the resolution la fully com home, and that he expected this party \ Louis ipr licrvlces' run Jero,1 that: com

gloves.' Ills heart' for the moment can to please;soft?" off the parlor, and she felt Ms plied with. at any moment ., Ian in an effort prevent the Issu- 4,

stood still I She kissed his hnnd.Vns presence before Hilary spoke his 'name. -, t. "" slice of an order by the postotilce/ department ,;

"\ over: a woman .,more, beautiful But she did not have to nerve herself I iiohlbltlug: the use 0'1ct!
"My darling! he, murmured, taking; Anent Good Roads. The Panama Exposition "
? he (cried nnd /showered his ten to him for he her ; '
meet was at side before
inalU' by the companyJustices ",
her In his arms, ands all be did sol'n. \Mith the advent of good roads there As to the Panama Canal Expositionto
derness upon her.A thought of Hilary she could shake: herself! free from JJreweViJlto pnd 1'cck-
tly withdrawing the hat and gloves will be thousands of of the I
acres bu held In
Tantpa 1903, Colonel
these demonstrations v"ry.
t soon however to cut .
cnme, the torpor that was gradually benumbing : daliveied
ham unfted In d'tuientinj opinion -
from her clasp and laying them on n ,
short. lIe gave bin betrothal nil her faculties. \beat farming and fruit lauds opone 1 Brown, who has just returned fitinI '

table near by "you lire mine tht'n-all a final embrace, and urtct'her/: "You gee I have come backhe cried. t.i the settlers In every count on I \\tilugton., is confident. thut the bill by. .luiitlct nicwci.:
;: mine! :No one competes with me for The c3uit /grunted a nntl'l to> .
to (complete her preparations for re- "My mother sends her blessing, and the East Coast of Florida These introduced In congress: will bo favorau1) \
this small hand and I hope, in a cia to Senator Durton :in .
may give h\\yty ) ;) "
f' turning with Miss Axplnwall. Jenny waits to welcome you to her heart. Is lands" at the p..esent'tlJ10 can lx | l lepcrted by the committee. Ttier? J'e'r
few carlnd.-ed. before: the week has lo petition for
: which a a
hastened to do his bidding, and erelong that not good news dearest, andwasIt bought cheap but It U not unreasonable are fourteen members of the commit- pic-paro -' .
\ closed-to call ;you by my name beforep hearing The action will Jiave the .:
both found themselves In the carriage not worth the waiting, to feel that to- predict that--this same land.!I tee and' Uiu prospects are that at
the world"as I now do in tho Innermost
effect of the care over until
with Hilary, who was much you have made two hearts happy,'hers will treble In value immediately when 'ck'-t ten \'otos111 be for a favorable
of heart
recesses! .my gratified at the success! of Mr. Dett'1I""S miner'She made accessible the October term of court.That \
He had spoken without thought nnd and they are by good rcroit on the bill Once there is a '
: '
will be to
the Heiiuto compelled
be bad spoken well If her delicacy undertaking. nodded mechanically. She was roads leading to the many shipping favorable levort ho believes that

,) /only,,was to be considered But ,there A* )Ir. Degrnw had promised not to not deceived by his words. Had he points.' These roads are sure to be thf.>ieill be little trouble 'in getting; tako cognizance of the case is indicated
return!' to his studio he remained with read all t be letter or only a part? She by the decision Justice liar-
was another passion lying hid within built, for the people are tull.rousctlto It t In'oii:;h.
the ladled till eleven o'clock. Then, be dared not lift up lie/ eyes to see. their in tie v.orKof .1 Ian held: that tho sentence could not
thnt 'beating heart and the started great importance Tho ,:atlre Florida delegation U
left for the depot, but before be said and election to the United Status;
lie divined her trouble sought at 'and cover an
back wounded and frightened at his developing settling the country with( COlonel Brown In support of the
."G od-byp, ;Tenny drew him aside once to allay it. senate as they do not hold Ute!:
4wards, saying, wildly: the Florida East Coast Railway mcuHure, and he has received assurances
and whispered: "Jenny," said her "there Is a little under the government of the
.t 'T was mistaken, then In thinking line: made cities and towns, and tho that lead him to feel l confident
"You will think I do, not trust yon matter on mind which It maybefor '
my ited--et'ates.
:you would wish me; to bo beholden to good r&S3T notCo1 be built and tobe that thu exposition to celebrate thu ,].
but for nil that I am going to' ask ;you our happiness to clear away before To the men who called
no man' but you. I muM stay In this constructed will develop newspaper
rapidly of
beginning actual
work: on the canal t
for the loan of studio key till attention -
turn to the
your your
wo our arrangements Burton said.
house to !see him Senator :
for days, eating Mr. Degrnw'sbread the
: and stttla country tributary b> : ,
which will he of such
return. I will keep It like a talisman for It Is about great com
our wedding. a
De- "I shall adhere to original policy ,
and giving orders to :Mr. my
those cities and towns. It therefore
under my pillow and when I f'l.It. letter-" ml'reIalbeneftt Florida, will be a
'aw's'.t'rTantl I I "wonder of saying nothing until lilY c.aso
you can .
"' there, I shall knojv that our, love la "What letter?! she faintly articu- behooves the map looking towardslhlp I' success Colonel Brown devoted considerable ..
l wish It But It He would not
you say so-- Is finally determine
safe, and our wedding-day: at hand. ated. prosperous southland for a home time to engineering- C' the exposition -
"I do not wish It. and It must not be. in reply to njjuestion, that ha
Can:you understand such nonsense?" "One written by you-at least 'ft IB to make haste and become (settler mutter while la 'Vallhlngt n. nay --
Hilary stands house
\ ready to open, her And he,.thinking that she. meditated signed 'Jenny,' and Is addressed to while there are cheap lands and un Intended to take further legal steps
to She I II outsido'uow In the -
w ;you. carrlage
but from the fact that he does notregard
some surprise for him gave her the 'Hamilton Degraw.' It was found ly- counted-opportunities fromwhich ta '
which stand in front of your A special telegram to the New Turk:
decide in'view
house.' She. wants, and I want that key and 'never suspected that In thetremblln lag, unsealed In the street and was choose. JU U without question that Coniuieiiial from Philadelphia says: his case as finally }..
should bare honor surround. of th'o small white band picked up by a gentleman who knew tlu! Mj--bf not another section of the ," of the sixty days granted for: arehea.iog
:you every Capitalists of this city and state
j Inc ,your marriage: and thin. could not which took 'It. he BOW the evidences of ny name, and evidently: my face, for United States BO, replete in possibilities pluu to make SL Petersburg Fla. it is inferred that;he will
be If wo rushed off Inconsiderately. to a. relief such as the prisoner experiences he picked'me out In a crowd today or where work, is" (loneBundermore'pleasant'conditions , one of r the: most Import8nt..ea\Ort. In dnaaM.t'iel; 'i'0 ''tii'l) {; '.,,!, I' : "

minister's when he receives the commuta- and told me of the occurrence.! I have .,than'In'the ,atvlflSenatorzBurtonldoernot\ realga"atfoncejitfas ;'
a honse-to-nlght". ..
< lon of had hitherto 'tll'e' Kouth:; ,:Atlantic states.The.. town :!; ; *
sentence which '
a not rend It-. :f aXprominent; 1." Dator
"Hilary Jenny's voice Hounded; counties to St., Johns; ",Volu 'lali,,: Bre-
doomed blm to death;,,;." "You have not read It?" is,located on Tampa Bay which, now 'pute it,"' a f. resolution w'ilh1be'intra't.ducod : ':
; ,
strangely "I bad much,' rather not . . ..arcl. 'St. .Lucie and Dado,: covering has 25 feet ? ,.
'marry yon from }Hilary' house." '" ...:..:- .. She had forgotten herself, and there the. East Coast from the St. Johns water, deepsufficient to declare his seat vacant,
all coastwise vessels.
was no mistaking her tone -of absolute for Among those
"Aad why my beautiful? Had ever 'river' and Jacksonville at the'nortli
'. CHAPTER XLIII. t t and overwhelming relief' He dropped mos largely interested In the project
a girl a kinder friend than she bas to" :Miami Cutler and Key West at VICE CONSUL ASSASSINATED.
been to yon'" FATE TnrCKTHAKT.It his arm from about her and a strange south. M are Jacob Dlsston. Joseph C. Sib- mot.

"You do understand ". look.of doubt began, for the first time pie ley, his sonln-law, WllliupZ E Heath-
w not was. the had been decided during the hoarir..Degraw W. H. Stuart,. Our Representative at ,
to Infuse Itself Into his expression" cote, and B.: F. Measey, recently appointed >- .1
inlck-.reply/ had the Victim
appreciate Hilary spent with these), ladles Datoum
well the membersof
So pleased were
but-" Jenny stole look: at him. that If he found his mother well "No" he declared, "for I was. by no the State Dental Societywith clIshl / of the slate treasury; W II.'. "fituart the American vice* .

'} Bboald-slie! utter, the word that were and submissive to his wishes, that the means sure that U was meant*. for me. their Florida entertainment at Atlantic F, A. Davis George D. Candy, Dr. consul, was shpt and killed at his

'trembling on her tongue? Would It marrIage should take place Immediately Was It Jenny John B. Shoemaker, Edward T. DoVU place near Datoum Sunday

gain her her wish and lead blm to solve I upon'hl. return. ':As he expected tobe "No." was her well-nigh inaudible Beach that' they "decided at the lastof William H. Houston William C. country night. The assassins escaped .Ii"Ii'

a all her difficulties by marrying her hf back by Thursday noon this would apswer. the session of the: twenty-third an- Haddock and Cyrus S. r><,tre." Stuart British: subject,
Mr. was a
_ "Then take It dearest butbe mial meeting meet at the Hot"l
fore toe fatal letter could reach him leave them little over two days In ,_ ,, brokers 1:
did this till it In her band"I next The election end one of .the largest ship
not was Continental again
say year.
He did not give ber the opportunity" for which to prepare the mlpds of their Cut Thomas J. L- Brown of Tampa, in Batoum. ,1j
L' testing' this possibility. Seeing her frleuQp for the event and t& make should like-I should be'happier of oncers fpr tho ensuing% year exporters '
of \
resident Florida FairAssociation
hesitate: he.took her by'Xbe band and, such arrangements for the quiet ceremony If ;you. would give me: the privilege of resulted as follower Dr. C. F. Kemp of State During the revolutionary trouble of '

,passionately declared: they contemplated a* would prevent ending it., I do not knqw why I desire Key West, president; Dr. T. M. Al- has returned from Wash last fall his life WitS many timerf (j

k "My heart and life are yours, Jenny.t : undue gossip and insure comfort to;. perhaps I am getting whiuis- len of Jacksonville, first vice president ington. Colonel Brows has his hands threatened by lonjphoremon whom he _'t

t 'Tots mast know It from my look and to the dainty and sensitive bride. cal!, 4oo. but ever since it has been In ; Dr. Carroll H. Frank of Fernan- full these days with looking after the had offended.' ,

uy hands I have felt restless and tin- Panama exposition to; 'be held at Tam- Batoum Is situated upon the east'
?a clasp. I have no doubts. ,Yet with all But Hilary: was a power when her dina corresponding secretary; Dr. R. 4
; this lore-and all this hope I recognize acuities were fully aroused. She did easy. You had the right to. address P Taylor of Jacksonville, recording I pa In 1909; the Florida State Fair const of the Black tea, and has a population .

1 /11' that there I* ouch a fact a* duty. 1 ou all, managed aljjwlth consummate tact :Mr. Degraw7 and I knew' of course secretary; Dr. D. G. Barnett ot Ar next November, and Florida's Iqtcr- of :20,000: chiefly Turl.s and t
are not all I have In. the world -hare And judgment, -and though*sbe could that you 'had done so; but-call it cndla, "treasurer Executive committee erta fit the Jamestown exposition In Armenians. _. .

frle del'I bare my good name.:I "have lot, hope to Bare Jenny or the twoDel1'aw. jealousy or call it love-I long to bear Dr. l.. F. Blalcck; of Ocala, Dr. 1907. Being; at the head of the floe The European population, including!! 1,
t something 'like' a career to consider from criticism she at .least you say:,,';Read It. Hamilton, and see I of Jacksonville Dr. Commission for the Jamestown Russians, Is ot about 5.000. It Is in the r; "
S. Rjblnsoa
,But Ida'not consider'these; I consider managed to make.(t perfectly undertood bow true' "my.heart! Was to you If false P.'D. Hicks of Starlo.: Dr. T. O. Purr exposition Colonel Brown went to heart -of tho Russian oil district, and '

,only: my aged< mother(who lire in a in their own circle, that 'It was ohlm. ."' the exposition grounds on his trip the shipping of petroleum is' the chief e
Dr, A. S. York
"Youyshall-read-It." viI of Lake Butler and
$' ,little country home' among,the Contnecticnt the t/rtlst whom Miss' Rogers was to The words and planted a stake on the site he industry

bills, and who would be heartbroken came slowly, carl freighted with a ot Live Oak.Further '
marry. and not his namesake from selected for the Florida bunding. Ho The,. tate department has received

If her only son married'without Cleveland to whom she had been re- vanished-1Jape. She.knew, whether byutuitton'or have saj'B the site is a fine one and that It' confirmation of the murder In a message
her Instinct that suspicion had steps been token to-
knowledge and blessing. orted to be
/ engaged. Florida puts up such a building as from Ambassador Meyer, at SL
a "'Ohl'! Jenny meanwhile kept herself se- a t last been aroused In his 'heart, and Vnrds securing'a building Inspect
she should it will be located where
j'ellnydropped: her face }n the hollow' cluded. There. waD one task before 1 by her own act. "i'ou shall see It," for Pensacola. The board of public ;a will attract attention. Petersburg.

4, :of her,two hands. She' ae)! that herr her but that she kept for the last ahe .repeated! more rapidly; "but not wofks'has now petitioned the councilto tS

cause was lost moment. till I am dressed for the ceremony.. adopt an ordinance creating the GUARD CANAL ZONE. !

" .not'lee," he went on. his At noon on Tburlldl 7.11 telegram Will you wait till then" office and providing the salary of Over three hundred artillerymen recently --

'voice sounding/ with richer cadence a* came from ber. absent lover, telling There was such a depth of entreaty same The fact that many building arrived from New York and Six Hun'lred Marines Will Be On

he dwelt. upon the two deep loves of her to expect'him by: three o'clock:, In ber voice such an unearthly gleamn are now tinder course of construction wore. Installed atFort Barrancas Hand During Ele tlorll. ,

life"that I.could not be a,good husband lilary was out but leaving the telegram her'eye,' that he Bought. for what- any many others contemplated makesIt where they will in future be stationed. Morn than six hundred marines will!

'T' It I did not start'right by being with Miss Aspluwall's maid she ever word would calm her necessary that some steps be tatien The arrival of these men makes the confront liberal )leaders on the IsthmuiTcf .
t a good son?- .And she ho* been,such dressed herself went "Ye*,"said h.. "I will wait till :youfsee
and out leaving at once if the office is to be created total at tho post l larger than ever before Panama, In case they attempt
.4. a devoted mother'tome.; ''My: heart fit to 'show It to me. I do not ask'to ,,
no,,word behind her save that she cxircted hllndred'mennow ,
# It is believed that the council win known fully eight to promote acts and revolution at
warms a. I tl\lnk.of her ceaieless care : to be )home before three. see It now or ever; only hope that
the stationed the tine of' the election
take favorable action In regard-to being at Barrancas, in Panama
l' and patient love. If I have any good She went direct to the building you Will be willing that I should.A
wife 1 sacred to ber husband! He matter and that an ordinance will Pickens and McRae. A number of on June 20. Although tho cAnal zone
la mt It came from her;and If,I bare which contained ber, lover's studio. BO '

w any gratitude I must ''show It to. her }Then ,gate!! opened the door three letters want to feel that she holds no secrets! be introduced embodying be suggestions artillerymen, however, have recently hs under the secretary of war, there

:Am I not right Jenny" were )lying) on the floor before her. from Lira-that all Is clear' between her of the board. of public works. I been discharged, their enlistments is no indication that the war depart. J

,J She pressedde Ji nd. *,Fatal tae this LKUng them ,with trembling! hand soul and his Dq you understand, my: having expired. while others will be meat will have any troops near the '

+ delay was likely to be to her she could"I I he'glanced, at their several post-marks. darling?" A Washington dispatch} says:' The 1 discharged during the next row weeks isthmus nt the time of the approaching '' -'

"; not: deny the mother's claims.,, They were all city letters. Tearing Ah, yes, she understood. She showed president bus sent to/ the senate the ,The; Eighth Artillery' Band, which is election, and Secretary; Taft must .' r

,"Go to her," she nfnrnroredVfalntly.! them open 'one after the other 'she It: bY' the wistful gleam of'her eye- nomination ot Ernest A. ,Mann ot stationed at the post has been temporarily rely en the--marine corps to protect"the 4

j4 1'( (**I dare not' ask you to remember' lOTI looked at their content. 'Oqe only!; the. passion of her embraee.\\ Florida to be consul -general 1 at Co- transferred to Fort Morgan canal rone.1N1TTER .

.' :iw'-shu! pretetence'tp ber.1... >* 1 Interested her If you read these words To be . nrnnagen, Sweden They will remain for about one month. .

>f\ .1. He stooped'!* kiss her ' ,ni nhe. read theme: you will see to,what': HAIL BIG AS BASEBALLS. '

.i Dd'.1 dare 'not"do"s6 I .. ..._.. Wrate' ; .
i Jenny a degree; t. Kp.w.The'pcontrovtny > Mr. R. Mr Morrison of Barberville
The police of Jadjsoavillehave -----
IdolUe jtou. 'I love ever*,hair" .,of your .."fc7 East.-.,. Street. that has waged '
bead / bC.'n'reque.ted to look for thieves near, D Land, who was recently!' employed Frozen Pellets' Frightful Damage r
, .
{<; ; every glance of your "eye. Indeed ,"Mr.: Hamilton Degraw.-Sir:. This abouti Koch's assertion! that bo :inrtuberqulosle' }
"rJ' ; Indeed, my Jore.. who looted: the residence e of :Mrs.(: G. clearing the right of,'Way along 'In Nebraska Town. .. "
: 'rbaTe'ttollfea aftSrnOony) It wa,.,iny,fortune,to pickup << Is 1J1ot-communle.ble to : (

? "" ntaottt<.7oa; torttte/ more I'teel'for? ;Sit the corner of Fourth avenue and man'Is about,,ns ,undecIded a. ever; C. Doushtry.. at St. George ,0.&., a few the cotuntry roads, was ..ccldeD..ny.kl11elby For. forty-nve! minutes Mjonday hailstones

,you the more I mast feel for anT.otherS.lne unsealed addressed day.-alO. -Tha robbers secured over,
Sixteenth street an letter The ot
consensus opinion tobe
appear the breaking of: a portion of as large ,,as baseballs fell at ,
-. you ,two'are! the only 'simply to Mr. Hamilton Deraw. -. that while man is not. absolutely hoot: worth of ssndsome'jewetr'y, .ant

,. .&...., in the' world that bare,ever A*It IB a name well known ha Immune from animal'tuberculosis, be IIlaw Jt fa.beU !ed "thtyw U1 ;Attempt to the 'stump pulling; .machinery being Fr llklln, Neb.,, crashing through '

mades' ',aeq fige; \ my" ." fiIoDe "07 this city, I was about to renture UMBtaking. lets susceptible than ha* ...nenUleed" pawn them In Jacksonville, E.T.!: Ho- operated by him., ,A' chain broke the: roofs, killing stock, smashing''windows

\'ysa. wiCUlth b.lbeo7e} r I eoa.ldC1; l : It at ;.once*4 your itndlo,,'whet 'held., 'To trove_some additional rode ruf, St. "O.orge. 'reP rU.t ;tbo end flying.bae1 and ,hlttingiDlr.Moe-;i ann''destroying .crops. Thus was. folewd -, y

. *"thJ.bM.efl! e pay my (lotT'I.j I a friend suggested that I should write Ight *>a the matte the German GOT- matter to the police." '; 11'pawn'shopJroprletore >> risen tin the head causing Instant ,by, .ft, terrfflo rainstorm; ;, 'Telephone

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AA1 I.Graft Bill Defeated' ( Hous Bo- Methodist Cofiferenoo' pecldet Four -6',

cause: Congressmen.Wero li.ciuu-. year Are Enough for Minister
Russ "AutccratTosses' Bomb.. 1 to Remain at. One 8t2t1 I1.

shell Into Parliament. liy a vote of. 1 Ib7 to CO,. the housed by Whopping MaJority. SNOWFOB

t'c1AY tuftiseu to pans:.. thj. it.augrait -_ \ The,,&: conference of the .Meth-

bill, so-coliOd, dealing with cot. pdlst, south

DEPUTIES TURNED DOWN ton 1.1 uks and other matters cf u onftdentlal.chal'acuir ONLY THREE NAY VOTES : .afternoon Udoptei.: by an .overwhelming .

wuion, should ."io>'
majority the minority report
_.., .'
bocotnepublicly known, ixilgiit., have a
1 > .w ', ",.of the ,"Comcilttoe. o' nltlnorancy
-ailec markets.
lu because
Refused to See Committee Appointed tho touuuucy conferees had recommended coat More Power' Given' Interstate Commerce opposing say.extension of the time

to. Present Address- Answer to morabai s of'congress bo Included., with Commission and People's.. limit of paat. r... The majority, .of. CuRE PBiufdn con SPRAfl ,'
V Throne Speech-Act Coneld- in the scope o( the bilL Rights Are SafeguII'ed-sad;:; tile committee.-had reported in favor -A SURE WOUND OF I. SOR CORif fS,VON.
.... '
--- IONS,6 ,
y+ red an A.flront. Th opposition warn led by Mr Ale- Peeling '.Dissipated.: of extending the limit from four to HUSCI. ' STIF1 0..
Call 'of Jn'Jesachuaetta; assisted bydir. -' -1Ds.? SCdLDS, m .
sir years. The report'eel: ; pita ted! along
CrunipLciier ut'lndtaua,4a.' Crowvenor ; :
l .. Into the After seventy"days cf'almost' continuous "
r A bomb thrown par.jtmenlary
was cf Ohio i! and ,Mr Gardner "'of debate, 'hlch"Wu qu.-:s' acrimonious I AN ANTISEPTIC that stops lntt Joa. subdue' Inflammation .
camps at, St. Petersburg -deliberation, by a- vote of, 71 \ and drives out Pain.
Alaaejcbujettswhlla tho trleuds of times.- '
afternoon note received at .
Sunday by a the senate :
; the measure wqro roproscntod by Mr.Uurlcnon to 3 late Friday afternoon ErlCTRATE3 the Pone tooMsns the Fibrous ''J
e, I>y President M uro nbetf. of the) In connection with the recent action promotes
which And Air. Jenkins. passed tho railway 'rate regulation a free circulation of the Blood, giving1 the Muscles natural
lower house from Peterhoff, creating a commission '
instead of making ,an appointment ate iicUiUl of >+sac'nudetts, leer: ; bill thus placing' upon tho 'statute' to meet similar reports from elasticity. ,

tor an audience at which he and the log the opposition agalnBf' making: booko the law strengthening, the handsof other branches 'Of Methodism looking
members of congress amenable to the "
deputation could, present the a-ldross tho ..Interstateccmaierco' commission. to a revision was a re-statement et
In relay: to the speech, from the.:' poualttes: of the measure 'aajd'thoClause "' the church's creed,Dlnadale T: Young, -

throne: contained the Information that of the' bill sought:; to boMncorrporatod While this new law I. 'the embodr d.- the,fraternal delegate from Oreat Britnln CURED OF PARALYSIS

the'.czar .would not receive the deputatlco -. world that wu!*the ai.members.advor.lI oment to erook-tho. ...Irnent of democratic'principles Itt: attending the conference Is- !Inclined ,W. S. Bailey P. O. True,Texas, writes "M,.
and that' the address,must be Bald jiasaagd.,Is In large measure, due to to> believe that- special act of wile bad been suffering five years with paralysis la
presented; through the ministry of the oil He members of congress! Cbs activities and energies of Presl- parliament ''viUl be necessary It such her arm. when I was perinaded to ate B llarc1..
at tl11Iunoxr.ected were uelther collectors qcr the guar j- Snow Liniment which effected complete cats. I
court Disconcerted utterly dent Roosevelt. With but Bovon a.step la liken by the Wesleyan
diana of ..ceret' governmental stalls-- bare also od it for old sores frost. bites and skin
Development, tbe Ucs. They are representatives and votes against It la the house and but church: In England. Mr. Young said ernpUons. It does the work"
of the majority in the house hastily three in the this cannot
senate new law cannot "My Imptoa loa Is that we
caucus 'tho constitutional can have no secrets from their constituents. BEST LIHIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. 'ALWAYS USED:
summoned a of be construed as\ partisan ,legre.tion ...- have a of revision REFU&B >;U. SUBSTITUTES "
democratic deputies President In any sense. .It reflects the pop- of the creed without the consent
"If are to enter this THREE I. 35c. $1.00
you upon ,
'Mo 4mtetf instead of sending the ular desire. i ,
!! ; of parliament, owing to John Wesley
Address to Baron Fredericks minister Held," -Mr.. McC$H said, why not , Supplementing, as this does tho poll deed" the legal foundation of BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT. CO.. ,

of tl1( Imperial house, immediate -make a completo coda Why not provide ".original Interstate 'commerce law, under Methodism. This certainly applies, to -ST.'LOUIS,'U. S. A.

,- ly issued a' call for a meeting of that' luembo'rl shall bo taken which many 4,uses have been regulated c.ny alteration of the thrr'-year ministerial 'v.
into the police court and lined wh
parliament at 11 o'clock.Monday. : add nthey' "and tHdtf|nU-rebate. law under l limit without an act of parliament -

ask for further Instructions. fall to vote imlrlsoned'whon which .so many cuccessful 'prosecu and I think the .ame rule ap-- .' SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY '
do not.attend the sessions of the
The first disposition: of tho caucus! they Lions against rebating have-especially to "or revision of the
cf cctiislltuUonal: democrats /whIch houseand that the speaker, when, beplaya' within the past two years--been doctrine alteration as well as the constitution For Sale, at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE._

wan !u session alf the afternoon and the czar'sball lie> nagged at conducted: this new law places In of the church. .. '
the cart's tall In tho public :
midnight had not ''Quare."I federal'authorities .
r evening, and at the hands of the .
been concluded, was to regard the refusal [ you want -encouraeo filling full power' for the regulation of all IRREGULARITIES CHARGED \
the chamber of two houses with
to, receive t challenge and an. open affront! which triots of: the 'gumsboe''breed" wnose, lias been, complained of; including To Grand Master of Exchequer of the
footfall you never ear, men who
was only answerable by a counter now the Ower'to' fix and establish
of Tie' deputies want always to stand behind somebody Georgia Knights! of PythlasTfhe ;
declaration war. jilit and reasonable rates and this "
somebody who !perhaps at the -election o\ officers and the drill
were received with rage but after new law icproaenU an Important advance EIVE.B :ROtTTE.
the ]IIOIlon had cooled the{ leaders moment Is playing all tho roles of In legislation of the uniformed rank of.the Knightsof :
of precipitate government then pass 'auc! a bill .Pythias grand"lodge at Augusta,
realized tho danger too Under it, the Interstate commerce "
action and set for thomnolvea the task as this. Laws like these will make commission Is given full power to da., 'was dwarfed In pubic& Interest STEAMER LILLIE:, 8TKAMER ROSE D A..

of blinking their enraged followers congress still less attractive to hon regulate' such
under control. est men.! commerce as the shippers, confirmed of Irregularities In the Regular Meekly trips to Basilnger a-.d return. Roseada leaves Klsslas> :

An Interesting constitutional point of the country have long been com- books and accounts of Grand Master gee Tuesday morning and< arrives .lsslmm e Friday evening tt '.

4. la Involved In the refusal of a personal FAIRBANKS! ON. CHURCJj UNION. plaining and justly for without the of the Exchequer W A. McAr-' Special Charter Trips to Lake Ok A-obee and Yort.Myere on the Ullle

audience by the emperor. According power tor fix a just and reasonable thur of Augusta, vho was. superseded 'OomforUble accommodation for passengers., Rates ,....on&b! } .

to the parliamentary law "tho Vice Preeldent,Gives. Views of Bubo rate-tbo railroad's rate' having, upon In -office. The most picturesque Waterway In Florida.

r prpsldout submits to the consider: Ject Before Methodist Conference.In Investigation, been found unjust and The' officers and Knights are reticent ' For Passenger' and Freight Rates apply to

tlpn of the emperor .tho transactions his address before the Method unreasonable the commission has In talking, but : Is acknowledgedthat CLAY JOHNSON Sit. Proprietor. \

of the lower house," but it 'is- not let general conference at Birmingham been helpless 'a statement was made to the On board "Ullle,". Klssimme 114.

stated whether he does so'personally, Vice President Fairbanks. In referring As It passes the senate the bill grand lodge Wednesday's. session; .

and a deputation! Is nowhere author to the prospective union. of the In so tar as It relates to the rate- to the effect that Irregularities wore --- .-=:::.:. ''..'.

ized. The Associated Press Is informed two churches said: making power of the commission la; found that _lnt to a shortage 'of
' "I do'not know how long 'the followers ----...... ..:.... --,,"' ? ':
by a member of the ministry that practically! unchanged. The 8fnatehu. ulore than $3,000.( Friends<< of :Mr. -- -
Emperor Nicholas was willing to Deceiver of John Wesley will dwell ., however- added some Important McArthur deny that tSere wa4 any intentional .I ('

President Mouromtzeff.. but that apart in the United 'States. I have .features. Dy amendments It has removed wrongdoing on* his part and THE {MODERN BLACKSMITH

the net sit' the house In appointing a faith to believe that the barriers which doubts where they occurred; that the matter found to com 1

delegation accompany hint was regarded still divide us are crowing less formidable !t' has safeguarded the constitutionality out all right. A close* friend of MrAitcArthur -.

i a. a Dangerous precedent with the lapse of time and of the measure In several Important says that McArthur ao- D.L A C RS1HTl-IS village blacksmith In a proipefous"

capable of being stretched, to Include that they will .ultimately yield, and particulars; !It has added provisions .knowledged that 'he had endorsed In country ton: town I I. as. fine as that of.the banker;

tit a deputation of any site-even to the union will be established,between the : aimed at the evil of railroads notes fur friends who* had gone' beck J.HI p or t a n t. positions In a great many: instances li...has'acooij '

p whole of membership, of the (rouse Methodist Episcopal church and the owning and dealing In coal and other him and that was the cause of his are, allotted story of books; thereat. fine

This minister Intimated that if the Methodist Episcopal church south., products; It., has put pipe lines, express nn trouble. "" nowadays Since pictures: on his' walls. The earnln:1lrom' '

leader of the house decide to ,avoida thereby creating one of the greatest companies and sleeping car Is c:1 the times of which!: his .trade are Invested. .la shops

rupture tkey could do so either by Instruments for good in the enUre companies within the purview of the FACETIOUS.. early poets wrote teat are' equipped! with 'e..,, modern:
Christian w&rld: '' ,. CHANDLER IS : thebCBlnus,:, ;: of appliance and.In many other-ways .
accepting the instructions. to presentthe act. It has restored the Imprisonment ,
"We each all - f' r :'t.JJ;1of1 ':-:>/"' ;\ the horsjiioer.has) his general prosperity .is macVplala
address through the ministry of -. and desire to see the penalties, which had beeu" stricken ..Nouse' esasnper y Glad ; -
symmetrical l developmentof our com*" White :"M. .B\\, .I troadeued' out,'to to the world. *
it'lias ,(
,jutillable out 'by the Blkl&s law "
the court as a properand\ ; provld-
matter of routine er ;could, by keep mon. country.;""'\Ve, 'wish to see an Intellectual. oil, additional and.severe .penalties '" In...rrlailst Days.Are\Over. i:'r!r.. tF;such(illrcn; !'}'. extent :,;;:..;Men In. the country non' ; aretaors '
t that he Is recognized : particular.about'ca,: >lns fine horea ";
Industrious. patriotic and Wlashingtcnvdlspatch'sayirTheniont : I
tug -" .!thin the UmU& .ot the constl- vion consigners and conslgnees.whicn A .
'- .tutjmal, prevision, direct the presidentof religious people firmly welded togeth force or lake rebates from the rail- Interesting feature 6f Mr. Chan as running :: on frareful their abojiit farms'and naturally are'shpoVTherti' the
a shop second way'they
er. VVa desire particularly to ace tho provision letter 'to Mr. TI116ian'is con- ; In..
for'an dler's
the house to apply once roads this being aimed par-
I1? Importance to no' has been Itno t as ;1 r-
audience. It was pointed out that not lines of division between sections ticularly at the great trusts such as tatnod' In the closing paragraph,. In c tler In town. pl'Onmen-t In fitting a' shoe on the

distinction had- been made betweenthe completely obliterated and forgotten. Standard Oil; It has 'given the commission which he says; In thousands of instances ,the foot of a' horse as there has been lathe '
lower, house and the council of "I trust that Methodism may not the power to compel railroads 'on the whole, perhaps I ought'toconsider blacksmith wields en'!influence an the work of a dentist Jn repairing the .

? the emplra.( and that the last n.amed I long be divided upon lino* of former to/ put In switches to connect with myself fortunate. It tho eld town council: frequently ho: ls the human teeth. \

body had also been instructed to present I sectional differences differences the private tracks of shippers; ft has Imperialist days had been revived at mayor. It Is a common: thins to, find And all this change despite the 'in--

ItS' 'address. through. tbe same i which, thank God are' past and gone provided that1 the courts shall not the white\ houseone whom I' considered him an alderman, and In ,some .'in-. vaslon of the etuln Held. by the. auto,.
channel forever and. forever."May . hold up the commle lon's'rate. on ex- the best of friends ,Senator stances at least, tin: rul!<1Auce of. a .. mobile!, "
v we not hOto see the !great parts hearings but no temporary injunction Lodge upon demand would, havo cutoff

PRISONERS GAIN LIBERTY. bishops whom you honor and whomwe or Interlocutory decroe shall my head and taken U to President

honor In the north presiding., over be granted until after five days' notice Roosevelt! on a charger and I should '

1 Sawed Through the Steel Bars of Jail conferences In every portion of the to the commission and after a have spoken no more. least

j at Fort Oglethorpe.A republic. May wEt not hope to see t hearing before three judges, this be.. I have left me the power of spee-ch. 'I

Chattanooga dispatch says: By united church freely transferring its tog. the Bacon amendmentIt Dut t shall never use It again ap ii a TRAVEL Tiy STAGE COACH ,

. ", sawing through the steel bars that ministers between the north and the Is 'e.pectedhat the house wIll mission from President Roosevelt to two'end'T"
f covered the windows eleven generalprisoners south as well as between the west accept these senate amendments the democratic party."' It was In 1658 that the first regular will .be-altered'to, genteel

escaped from the. guardhouse and the east without change, as they all tend to stage coach began running "'betweenthe glass coach. being on steel springs, ex--; ,

t at Fort Oslethorpa Sundaynlghtt "Such Interchange between the various -' strengthen the bill as It came from, WANT MONSTER BATTLESHIP., two capitals London and Edin ceedlng light and easy, to go In tin 1
portions of our 'will days In summer and twelve inwtnter.t'to '; i
prison country the ;
They each had terms the house. burgh. It ran'once a fortnight and '

of from two to five years ahead of servo mightily to advanco !a, whole- With tho final passage of the bill House. Has Important Question Up forSettlement fare war. :4. which would be''a' good and, feet continue out the It first from Tuesday Hosea Eastgate's la March

them. They had been brought from somcs.natlonarpurposo.! We all earnestly by the senate peace and happinesshas deal more than $20 to-day. The! time the Conch'end Horses.-in'Dean street

'southern posts preparatory to being hope to see the myriad Influences been restored In that body. taken to the journey Is. not aocurataljtknown Soho London and from John'8onl'
have bat
sent to Fort Leavenworth for Derma- making for good; among us, All the factional differences! and Shall the-United States a but between York and :London v111es,-'in the Canongate Edinburgh' i
threading from north to south and tleship. the peer, If not tho superior
rant: confinement.A. . bitterness developed In the heat of negotiation It was four days.; ,This lavish systemof etc. Passengers to pay a..usual.' Performed -, ,
sentry walked: his post In front from 'east to west weaving tho pos and debate have been forgot Of any battleship in the wor.lst. car communication: was not however If God permits by'your dutiful
k plo ct all sections Into and BR ver-
a homogeneous armor -
r ct the guard house and other sentries ten. ryingas heavy \ kept up as In 1763 the coach1 ran be- servant Hosea Eastgate."
i. some ft them mounted patrolled whole. The threa negative votes were cast I ful armament as any known carol tween London and:.Edinburgh once a In tbo days of stage coaches people ,
l other adjacent parts of the army "Ccn:>olldl'.ted Methodism would by Senator Foraker republican of of Its class? was the question which month only, taking 'a fortnight, It. the sometimes clubbed together and hiredapost

post while the prisoners were .flawrnst tend 1a considerable degree to promote Ohio and Senators Morgan and Pet- presented Itself ,to the houll.Vednett weather was favorable, to the Journey.In chaise for their Journey as be-! '

' through the steel bars. : the Intellectual and moral interests tus democrats, of Alabama.ADDRESS day during the consideration of 'tho 1754 a heroic1 effort was made to' Ins: ; quicker andless' expensive, and '

i '. .' L. of the entire country National naval appropriations bill. Improve (bo''London and _EdIt! urgh ScottJah'11l1'wlpa: > occasionally: ,con..y; f

solidarity will be advanced In coach. The.,, Edinburgh Courant for" tamed advertlsemen-ts. to' the effect, ;,.
} TO ASSIST THB _SOUTH some menbure in fact as well as In DYNAMITE. WRECKS TOWN. that year contained. the following advertisement that a person about to proceed to Ixm v', .

name when Methodism copies into : .. ,...v"The'Edinburgh flap would be glad to bear o!'" fellow,
In Securing: Labor Immigration Commission complete organic fellowship! Made to MetrTodltts In Conference at Report! Bays Much Damage Was Done, t state roach for the "adventurer or two bent on the Sam

) .VIII'ae Organized. The' vice( president spent! a day In Birmingham.The But No Lives Were Lost, better ,accommodation; of passengers, ; share the,expense.. .
o Birmingham and delivered Jive speech- feature of Thursday's session
add June 4
i Tuesday
On Monday sent 'out from North
; A. was" CuHAD
'p' The first .. { .
'' was short t41to( the the
and 5, a meeting will be held In New of the general conference of Bay' Ont. Friday that Cabatt one
general: conference: in the'morning.. -
York organize .and pot.In Immediate Wethodlst' Episcopal church south of the. mining centers In New Ontario -
,a 1 At tho Country Club he spoke to
operation "The Southern IImll1lgr6.tlon representatives ; destroyed by fire I.
a+ Mss the :address by Vice President C. was completely
of the
commercial bodies .IM'RESSED'The :
r Commission" the purpose It Is also reported that several persons TO ,BJS .
of the city. W. Fairbanks,.fraternal delegate
of which Is to serve as a distributing were killed by an explosion.A -
''A 1 bureau, or clearing house At 4' o' lock. .he made" .a public the northern Methodist 'Episcopal 'later dispatch ...ya a large quantity driver, of the Oaktown stage \ shouldlike to know" -- "what" :more" I, ;J f

r for Immigration nnd labor to the speech at Capitol Park. -At 8 o'clock church.: The immense auditorium was of dynamite In the northeastern was a person of much amiability and i' could have done.* 'U .,, "-'
he gave the formal address to the his -Well now Jt'. Hie. thtsard; : th. '
:authorities' fund of anecdote but -
acting under the state- ) a largo
south packed and-'I\\, ndred. were turned section of, the town Ignited by a ] uah '
conference, and following this there 'was by no means of the'bcst. farmer; with .a balf-apoJogeJl* .alr.
the south. memory f
f was! a banquet by the Scottish Rlf) away. Rev. Dr. W. 6. Matthew of firs\ exploded wrecking twenty-five The Inhabitants of his native town "Sometimes there's a number of ord.'* \
of the southern states .
houses.Several injured
; ' delegata. Masons at ,he temple where the- vie Berkeley. c'al.:, clerical delegate from persons were made many excunes'for.hlm.: but-sum- era 'on' that book' and Ranny:'iul kt
eend -
boon requested .to one
r' but far be learned one
have so as can no
hU falling a happen to forget OB. of 'em. ao what
president spoke briefly church also visitors.foond
"t the northern epue ner
enc:1.: . .
: mat''killed. ,
do to
.k I j trying on" folks most generally U':,fust

;.. I CRUISER GOES TO SAN DOMIN'GO. .. That man should betcomplalnod of write their '_m... tu the book,, and
li DIVISION OF GEORGIA.,DIOCE8B? MRS.rDAVIS_ BUFFERS %IELAPSE., CZAR NICHOLAS IS WFFED'' and should lose: his position at ex then speak ,to Essay about jit wheahe's ,
Cclumbla at League Island Navy Yard .' i press'agent and mall carrier*said up on the trip before th'QJl4t they 1

Decided Upon by Episcopalian ,Con. ? Gets Hurry Orders.' '; Use of Oxygen Necessary tp.Prolong: ,!lJT; V.Autocrat--T'Anxious'' Not- toBreak one, exasperated 'nan who had been want to 'go on.. And .then they 'ask

ColumbuiDIvieloft" : ' ne -crutaer'Qolnnibla. which ai>, Her Mfs. , .., Russian"'. obliged! to' remain 'In' Oaktown bier Lemul. the postmaster'to' kind at remind > -
ventlert' '
; t With Parliament
*' rlvort at the t agu. Island navy ardVtt Mrs.:;;Jefferson,i Davis, .wlfe\oft t 1 the dispatch s.ys1! In' another night'owing to Qanny. Feet's1. fanny when be stops". 'for ,tile ,
'( of'the"diocese ot'Oerirgla'lr Philadelphia several days ago to president of''the Southern Confederacy 'J) ASt.Petersburg sddroisei fOTsreUlng,to call,for him. mall. Andthen we always deem .
will be made and the. .outhess 'wbeJ'lalI\.'' of ..the /oar' that the, .didn't Impress wise \o be an.ready'':to- start la ti-
\erntd1-' ;tun'ilerro ..r9palr1..' beiai 1 hasdlytpritv :, at the:'Hotel! ;.Olrard.dn : throne "WeU.'.,ow. j I guess ,yon
J,, Iileln. the' eoctloiUriJwiUch: Savannah'la pared for sea and"wm l lave for Santo* .kew .York : .reiapi;' : early '11',replr.'to tbo'speech frcr4.tit: :t It; on fanny, that he' ,wasto; enough eo.. wW ea ,iWaUieroaroada ..., to
retains the "the dlc- *n the lower hotise of jJjrjlaiuentwonld ; \ -said Oaktown; man; and bead Id/iIJ y ...
: .Utlet! DoBptaKOmm dl.UlywUh'-sagrines. Jhnrsdajr: and,her condition"*, for aver take) .ye. .
- "" "" '" Immedttte ,, '.est."titOedrila.* "* ''the It *kourW-'wai '..rlon..- 'nrnk) the pl"K'pltate-; \ moved to mild remonstrance. f of,fear It bight sups life
'orders frcm j I
hurry .
:' convention between the 'crown, and \ parlla- .. echoed the jnit tkn to fo ", uk t1leraease ;; ; .
.The/KpisoopiUtaa'1! "at CoIno&buii .an"' la4bm.nta.of?liosii JBUMvlnif . -. peort..wae-bb |to-' the "Impress: It. ,,111ml", : '
department .d : :'I.. OD4t'to
there's *
visitor "L wrote 'rnyhaamon ,
En.pero .
deelded.'fbbradayiNar t Wofoajr. ; IfIe"ela..4totenDIn."i summer : rir/
,'ilfi; so'i ,a i.mea trout Boeton. Brooklyn! ,,Washington . About DOOIL1M"- '' ,,-
lasting L ours.& to'avold i breach) .If/ possible I ,' his ;:border book poatofflceCi Youtb'a Companion.\ ?.. ? .
discussion for many '.oad Norfolk arrived Sunday. vla rallied. to some' /F'the y.y
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'TheKlsslmaee l Valleii/ Queue able expense In view of results''secured MHHHH B HHHIIHHHIH HHMlM HiH IBMHIHI Hi M MM B

make sanitorla,In northern! States un-

7 ,. J. T.... 'HOfft NO. U dealrable, & ''l.ala >'htfitsuchl Institutions "
.... PAY t -At least 'the
eu.M.s.D.vase r.i"Office In Florida.
', lu' Valley ,O.zdte Sulldlefr.. . patients". cao.come at.'will and obtain Goods

KI.hlM. .lkh.Uai'UI.A'!\lUICTY-...-....lI'.......-.. such degree! of seclusion a* may he Summer
1 :: 1 best for each while, all
W f. a. HABBIS/tonor .s'>repri.*., judged oases
... join In ''dedai-lnx that pulmunar'ypatients
i 4Mirlb.i. will p1.s.e.otlfrtaxomrell. In bo
should n".t be;"allowod
..'yl.lltoa, ,
r : thelt'ow and
---- -. tell, both for good that -
.uthar.4 .
.. oorre."D
wrt..r.Rejected matter will not be returned anlm.i .
1141 d lor. NO "BOOZE" roiTmi r .
-- , a'the 1..11I. hi 1.11111111., ., Flu. .
M_ud- la..mall m.U.,. ,
', COUNTIES. t. : .,: < -I'' '
..r .:........: ,.. ; ,.1.00 ... RefrigeratorsFreezers "
*copy.Gne y < .f .
One Oncoopjr month..ti' ,...u..;...........:.........'<. ,.f'O.:*" Southern Express, Company 'Issues . -:'. . , : .',, ,. :. I.." .., : \ : .
,' . ..... '...' I ",'t ','I" .I. :,,,1",. '.:' .. ," "r "" .". .... \., ... '.4/I"" ";! \:': .

... Frlday/Msy; .,1908.: an. Order Prohibiting... ,? 'I ... .-.-....... ....". \ "-., ..: > '. ,.'-. . -'..;.- \, '::-:-.-:-' ." .

--.... Prohibition localities. . : '. " ,
; : "
The' County Commissioners' and : > :.:,. .. I
Good Road.Association' of 'Florida .. :, ,,

III' will meet ID aoou+convention 1 at Tallahassee The Southern Express Company has I '

on June 19lb. Ouoeola Issued an order to their employee' that Coolers :. : ,,, .
: : ,
; ; : "
should :
f .tie, represented.. is sweeping to ch ro(1t.Pr-and will ,: : : '
drive all the liquor trade of "dry"J STANFORD

The peach'irrowlpuf I industry .In towns to. points outside the State. I ,
Florida I. not old' as It Is in .
; The order Is In effect that the company .
a Georgia by several year'and.: the
l acreage In thai state compared Ui. that In prohibition will not deliver'WWOB.liquor.wll re sal'shipments shipm'enj.s CanopiesHammocks < : : 'J" ,
ID Georgia Islnllhrnl ('ant. The early' r--..-.... "" ' I
have originated within the same Florida'naake' a'ready mare --, ;.' '; ':\.;: ,:;; ,
State to which t.hey.are consigned. >
ket and there It nocororetliloti between : "
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Thin mean that Daytpoa people;
Georgia and Florida peaches. The
wish few.bottle.' of ;
who a ; or gallons .
Florida' season will continue about, six
I liquor .(for medical purposes <'f
weeks but when the Georgia crop iijuetcomini
course!.) must order from some ootnt
in that of the Peninsula ,
outside the state of Florida.-Uaytorm
... Sthte-has! had Its day, theharvest has. Baseball Goods
Gazette News. . .
baakedtheirearning.--Savannah News
To Cure s Cold la One Day- Nl
.It. Is said the Southern Express ,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets -
Company has 'Issued an order wiLli "
." All druggists refund the
'employee, instructing them not to han- If It. fails to cure E. W. Grove's money sfr- :"

,.| die intoxicating liquors shipped from nature is on each box. 2te. tf Baby Carriages ,
t polnts'wlthln the State and destinedfor _
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localities which have declared for From East Coast to Tampa .

4 prohibition. We" have heard of r.o r ,
Persistent rumors are being circu- .' ,
d such order being promulgated here BIG ..
and we-.notlceihe "booze''eontlnues late'! In Tampa say* tho Herald to the LINE '

arrive. But maybe the express om- effect that the Florida East Coast .. .. .,
pany thinks Klsslrauiee Isn't dry Railway .intends to build a line of

enough to come under the provisions road from a desirable point on 'the .,

of this order. i Kast Coast to the pebble phosphate Harness and Saddles '

region. It is -
A meeting of the County Democratic with this, that Bart. owiatheirotjxtivepoint i

1 Executive C..:..mlttee was held and from there the. road will

at the court house Monday afternoon continue. across tne State to Tampa. ". . .a
and the returns of the recent primary The East ( osL Ita II way people, it Is I .: .: . .

,canvassed. The oonolmes as published learned, have been seriously considerIng a.
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to the Valley Gazetjte last week, this proposition! for months, ,
x- some r a f'''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''' ______ '
were announced, with the exception of' and since there has been so many en Now the elections are over it. is nott I 6

County surveyor. As there was no deavoring to get such a nchem on 'lie that matters must drop Into midsummer I C. A.CARSON, Pr.lld..t. N. C. BRYAN. S.cret.r"

announced candidate for this office foot it l Is probable that the KatCoas dullness, not, at least, so far i .

and .lxIMn'' were cast In this precinct system is going to head off the move as the newspapers" ,.oncl'I.ned. PFAR I ':I:' E

for J. W, Oliver, we took It for went. There should be no rest In the agitation
'granted t.b..i ha' would be nomluated. of ihevabject of rood( roads until
The Florida East Coast has
system .
Florida does as she so well might do Waters & Carson Grocery Co
l When the returns-from Wblttler-were ample capital Uf put such a plan into lead the States In the matter of good .

canvassed, bowever, it was found that execution, and It Is. sincerely hoped that hard broad roads running from city to _
Mr.' Allen'' Hancock bad received! .38 the movement will materialize.If city, connecting with; all the live '-- -- -

votes and he was accordingly de- the East Coast Hallway decides 'towns en route and all connecting 'C j-RI.ES':; .'
,In one comprenenRlve* system. Then 'i G1R o
'clared the. nominee for. this office. : to Ito ahead with'auell a project" it II there is the matter ol sanitation. The ,

The official tabulated returns will be: a foregooeconelusion that the investment . movement tit) ausplclo isly begun at

y found In another column of this Issue, will ,be a good: one. Such a Tsmpa.shyuld be carried on until '

road will mean much for tho co'unLte Madame 'Stegonayla nUall- find thewal.r.'e ik 1 COUNTY AOENTS FOR _
hot that she dies
against so
Horida for Consumption. and towns through which tl would In despair. The Everglades: '
crops Dont lie CrossIf A I
Tbe'Wblte' is pass,, and there. would be no troubleIn l'alna.t'-lhere .Is abundance to engage -' .If Celebrated' Fertilizers: W ATES iCircalr
Plague now recognizedas
., the attention of the ,

the greatest foe to life and Industry securing, ,.a,, right,. ,of.. ,.I.way.,,"', ....,,.>.. ,.... ',,"- ...,.,, spirlled.TimesUnion.!. . .. ..publicyf.V ,;.. .' I ] when cooking, you get G R A,I. ',_. . ._ E ,T, C..,
. ,' ' a
la our Northern S' New: EugIA " ,', "' ; ; ;',0"" -' " ,, .." ,.v and Prices ,
'LottortoJ'W'Ohyor' ''i 'J' 'IJ ,; ( *-* ' T1" .1"1, ,
land It Is more destructive than '"yel. .",; tKISSIMMEE ,- ,,,,,; ':'*: '"'"i-if< 'f ,.V,1: I I' Alw.y. Cures,. '(?{ i"> poor results.' It may /11\' .' , rruthfjt on Application. 71TUIDE (',.
low fever la the 'LA; : 1 \ :;
eYer"as gulf Statesof :
To disease must. meet ale'l ,
cure a remedy not your fault l bill
the south although -It creates .es i Dear Sir: What's the penalty /for the requirements of the general system '

notice because Its ravages' al'l8' qiilet making or selling sbort-nneasure paintin Haggard's: Specific Tablets. dothleand the fault of the ingredients $ FURS woo
--:: and Its advao oontfnuout; .Bu the your 8aw,1' cure Indigestion, Constipation Ner- ,

>States were finally driven to. take'ac ,And does it make any difference. vous debllttv, Klduey and Bladder you have used. f
troubles Lost vitality, and all kindred
r tion fo'Lhe matter and sanitorla were if three-fourths of the paints. are short- diseases, by building up the entire BUY: YOURGROCERI5S Country Produce a, S'Peciaity.1tiKNM .

4 'established In New York and Massa- tneaalu e5 system. Tjie various structures are i

K> chusetts, where the State'provided the Is seven plntl.a full-galllon or a braced up !and re-Inforced by these NNNw ;

means]for tbe'POOt\ to receive treat. fool-gallon tablets and the organs urn excited. to OJ us and will find .. .. .
K , health functional action. Send for you ------;----- -.- -
ment. Experience: has now shown that What's the penalty for making or book of particulars and wonderful! everything

a 6 ,effective means 'of cure cannot. be selling whitewash for paint? cures. Price per box 5Oce...... If your absolutely II ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Ql p adopted Id a cold climate-the latest 1s whltwasb paint, if mixed with a duggist cannot supply you they will fresh! pure and satis.
reports from the physicians employed little paint and libeled "Pure mixed be mailed upon receipt of price prepaid THE
factory. In the endIt THROUGH CAR LINE
Address, Haggard tjfoclio! Co., FROM FLORIDA) .
J r show that. the proportion of cures Is paint", or something like that? Atlanta Ga.

too small to;arrant. the expenditures Hut we don't.Intend'to go into the. is cheaper to buy ,. ,),

of the state/while the open air :trestmoment i business. We make Devoe lead-and. really good) Groceries. OON :.CTIONS. '
_ j Is still recommended. What. remains -' .pln: full-measure true. Fee Cream and'Cold Soda -- -

,, ?- Plainly' 'that. the. patient. be Yours' truly, ..HOGAN, & FLOYD. I Tfi Least I' Over its oi RailsrcSavannah; : Charleston, ,
'AT QUlNN'SWhere .. tttb Richmond and '
given open, in a warmer F W Devq & Co I 11'1' l thence 'Via Penn-
climate. Also the physicians declare can I get my Laundry done? LLRAIL ay.,1:

k that soma Interest must .be providedfor If You Don't son Why Monday, leave. ard It with Tuesday..Qulon lie Edmon-will E/West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville '

the patient-he.inust take such ex-, succeed the first time! use Ilerbine and return it. in Oral-clans: shape. and "Dixie Flyer Route; Via Atlanta. I
.. ,erclse as his strength will permit and you will get instant relief.\ The greatest To Via & o.8ao' .
It. liver regulator. A positive cure Also and East New Savannah Steamship Company, for
his mind'must be cleaning pressing dyeing .
occupied, since to for' Constipation '
Dvspeptla the
a 'brood over' sickness and impending Chills and all liver complaints. Mr., clothes at living prices . Steamer to New York, Wa.hloSSrSnd'U-AtaSSK I

t! ,'death, Is to Invite "'despair1 wblcb U Cof Emory Texas, writes: "1dy I Quinn Edmonsoo is agent .for the Steamship. Cation via Savannah to. for and Merchans and Miners Transpor- l''
JVia! Baltimore I and i
usually' fatal-the will power being a wife has been using Herblne forher ,Tampa Steam Laundry. Leave it at __ u !. Philadelphia.
self and children; for five years. It is 'Jack Olmon's Just from Key West andHavana. Via
notable factor In the cure. across Peninsular & Occidental 7L
it sure cure and I Steamship .
'' malaria :-
J. W.
Thomspsod's store, Kiaslmmee,
!p All these desiderata be secured fever ''
can 1 which 1s substantiated bv Fla. Company. v :
at. small cost In Florida what it has done for family. ..
-an acre or my Rnnte nf the eelehrated trstne. New York k FIGrida
two In the pine woods can' be bought For sale by IlobersonJPbarmacy. Limited! Cbteaeo a. Florida Limited and Dixie. Flyer. tclal! nnrlaa and West .lnllas' If

for about five dollars-a house to H SANATORIUM. .... --..... ")t,

answer every requirement can be' put Dose at 6 O'dock.We 0... R. L. HARRIS.SVHOBilY.'AND - Quickest Schedules, Superior. Service

up-for fifty and the whole outQt can be the undersigned merchants of QBNERAL MEDICINES, I will be in Kissimmee about. For. InrorrpaUon II to rotec. .ebedut.! B,etr.eonmltth* Purple ; '
Offlo Honrr,11 to I,4 to(. m'iDlcai. ''0 .
brought under one hundred. There Is Kissimmee, hereby agree to close our 0.... O. b. CHRIST.BYB. aMT, *. ssspZ a
i JUNE 15 with another load of : G. Pae+. ...,' &
yet' another q>class of patients who J pi &cea'of business at 0 o'clock p.m., BAR. ,NO3B AND THROAT -. 1(, O.r ,

would find tfcheaper. to pay for the except: :on Saturday and Monday Offle Honra,8:8U to I 1.1 to 4. Horses.. This is. the best. load of I
care Deo .sar,1'at.Ker than employ a nights for the months- of ORLANDO. rLORIDA. ? 1 :
June July ,
y cook,etc.. These will find what they August and September, 1900. Hordes I have ever shipped to this 1 : ANt tj

,f''' desire at slight cost' with Dr. Ennis atNarooossee WATERS &; CARSON GRO.'Co. I. place. They will be fat, smooth

__ ; whose methods and care HOGAN & FLOYD DO.YPW "

are endorsed b/> the .Florida health J, A. LANCASTER.C : and well broken-and I will sell at AGENTS FOR

r.' "omcer"atleasib7, .'Inference, In his W. GRIFFIN. (
'annual' report for this')'ear.It. COLLIER & COUUKR.: kw pn-es. Everybodycome Florida Fertilizer

Ii'necessary that cities and towns W. C. HASS.Stop acid see t .em. t' Manufacturing Company: I
exercise.dare lest pulmonary'; diseases

'If WAI.I"ated. bat the filt.:1.lAI'ud its .Orutnbllas. W. J. McCRACKEN. OF QAINKSVItXe., FLA .. :

peopl! should not be judged Inhospitable if you suffer;' from Rheumatism or" I T.urHwsJth' ? .. Makers of High'Grade .
'\, Oh000bOC,1'h Fertilize '
because of'Hhls care. Sanitorla pains, for" Dal lard's Snow' Liniment I ; ;,(
within reach '''of"' Jacksonville,, fitted will\ .. ,t / '' 1 .
bring. quick relief.-'It Is .
.J i )V""' ;Vwlth all modern comforts ..offer' theme ( for.Sprains, Rheumatism'.a' .'Coo surefire If r.u *.. ..*..' ,I . Van Dutor & Co. of AH""Kinds. )

eel/site-to, those with faralllos to 'carefor tracted Muscles board's M
And alJ) Rains-and ,Specific Tablets I '
i tbem tba'wtToU' : .State:isopen ')'tbt'! reachf.allj Pf ktt'ZSo; Mo, 4 i':::::::':= Orange Tree; Fertilizers ,.a" $Specialty:

4 1oei.. cost 0' existence, with .tbo, certainty tessttsaszs'tears*I'sss t B R"" O K E ,RS ,,
r "' \ 11.00. C, 1C Smith: Tenaba,; Tex TwMfl'*, L....::' : 4 .Ul .,..... .!....... .. : .
; that any lIpproemeDwill pay write used ?x, '.::l.t: I ." .. I, .
; ,J hare Ballard's Snow .. 7' ." u.I :-.: I -- ';, '
jlw: themselves tf'a, sale be .desired Liniment la jny'farnljj' for ,.years andhaveJouudlaJlrHC.remedy _hit-.INI...C ..s.f.... a4a.l..IM '' Job Work 1Veat1Y'and' Promptly 'j"" ;

i +' .H rwards; whll* 'loose ''who Cannot (; ; for.. lloalns :",, ,. ". -:; 'R.E'A'L, 'E'S'Y'A'T.E' . ," J Executed, atTbIssOfflce; .. .
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caretakers ......
"b'Mr. will fled theouelves4d and {bee ,!,j.(; reoomn>end It for "-. ....WI"" "a.MW..It...ot_...4b.i__N_......,.._...: I,ANtINSURANCE',I .. . ;'
t ....,- fpf,.by DrUEnols. UnderilM.Nroaotstshoetc.ibiee pain In,the.Obea'-;. Sold By 'Robe .O.--._, are good want .'
They for home'use If '
;i .*' what I yon to )kavp potted'od DM '
," r;:;" > . -., tmleason''', -.. 8OQ'"," Pharmacy.' ; ," . Old newspapers.lW!, Mil 'em.' J and ceosral 1 newt, rsiad thetiaa.tNJ. f ff. .

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t The Klsslmmec Valley Gazette 1- (II i Laos..' collar 'at K..oner'.& Co.. Lades 'white tinea suit at.Katx*. I .l.
''All i kinds of picture moulding. aThompson' New line of moulding M, Fountain'*. NObby'Lineof SHfRtafnatlD'S.' .
... All kinds-of picture framed, to, order -
ii .PUBLltUiED EVERY FRIDAY, at.; Tb mpsoD'..; ,
BT New line vf straw bat ready for In- J .. f. _,' "'. ..
w. 8. I 4AP", PItO.r .pec ,lon at Katca. 'Buy your dry good at baon' new
took: to select from. "
Official Weather Report. The W. C, T. U. will maet-wlth Mts.J. . 1"t *
.'1..0 Wednesday afternoon Attorney: W. J. Bryan Came down '
.aAAt Tarrkearra.-wlf. .nl.4 erstreet oo .
I 'T1IOMD4V ,>"allill.. teal V' tin" *. flay 30th, M3:30: olooV: from Jacksonville* Wednesday .on 'a You are Invited
brief business visit .
+ New barb>c: shop at Patrick' old 'I'
ilia. Wo .
1t 1'1' t tand. Service bye tonsorial artist. Mr*. Beory MoLaugblln went down . ,
::::z- alf fad. in to Lakeland Saturday to visit hers .
conversant with latest;
4' .... 118 11II 10 to call and
"r.d.\ '
".,..", .,........... till fill 70t bar rlog. 1s ter, Mrs. L.. .M Bailard. ... t. > '

_ 't., N es.d.r-1(0Dd. ... ...,j' 89 fill tam Mr! W. J. MoCraclten, the wellknosfo T: H, Minx'* new photo !gallery In I,
... .... 711 118 srfJ ; '
Tue.dar.V. the'flrst'
: Wedae.d.... .._ 113 11II 'branr.d.v Nebraska. horse man, will .bo open and for! ten day ;you '
. ..., N" f1 110. here about June I5th with a carloadof can. !get; photos at half price/ \
I : I'nsp act. r 5
... A. HIMPBOM. P.,, M. the best. horses he ha ever broughtto Miss Lizzie Carson' returned. 'h me _
Kis'ilmoiee.' See his adv. la: from.Cox'College, Ga.:, Wednesday.
Our rate for insertion of advertUtcmerits another column.In afternoon to spend. the summer vas ;

f.: this; page"among I* ten the cent reading per line matter each Insertion on- mentioning lha.nameof the defendant -.. cation.! ', ,. Agents for Cleutrs s' 'Coat Shirt.:

.. i.P '' Marshal Leon.rd'WUlh '
: In the Whlttler' burglar 'case ma ha -

i . last week/ we inadvertently used the rented the Julius Iljde residence from .. ,
."i 5 00000000fi. name of Lewis Johns when it. should Mr.A. E. Hearden and moved .his. ". f "

fi. have been Rube'John... We make; family 10i.O'lMo .".. you. I /

:: THE LOCAL FIELD.oooooocooooocx t.bls. correction' in justice to all parties c Mrs., Stanford many'rrlend..wUi be WHERE DAMN'S HIS GOODS, ,
Pr' ,
.,.. con tern-id. pleased to learn that her health 1 I. tin.. LIKE TO TRADE: ALWAYS .SUIT'. :f"J

':,.,..' > woo ocS Mr. Freeze, and Mr*. Winter hate proving and that she expect to, return \

Wade' the Tuner, Orlando.' tf married In Phll d lpia. This promises from- Atlanta In about ten daysDi'N. .
". great, unpleasantness. 'since the. -"' ,
Huriter .
H, formerly managerof or- ,
;, Fewer gallons; Wears longer;; Devoe entire winter bas become a freero.Time .- the Osceola) Pharmacy but. now a .

CITY BAKERY. Union. Ao4to_ add to the prollperou "dr rl...' of Fort Myers, Our cream is ;excelaec Phone.. '
White Star Laundry situation little freeze.are llble} to 41 and haireitsenlto Ktsslmtnee h-. : -
was la the city a couple of the you. :
t" See our lino CO oe't; shirts .. come now at. any season Ia of the year. first. of the week; greeting his many Drug Co. Co, A. CAitsoN. t JOHN M. LBB. M. ..\ AItON.

d> Katz. Mr: and Mrs L. C. Conicllo will old friend! ._ Watermelpns and peaches, ..b.,. .....I..t.. YI.14..t. CuilMr t

Try .a shave; at the new leave for Arcadia tonight. to spend 'a'' *Jhe' Rev David D. Kldd. will bold made their. appearance In the '2oc.1iP
barber shop couple( 'of week.1... Conklln'a. plans services"In the' Episcopal; Church'on' rkeL, but ay 'yet' are' too high In. State Bank ,of is ..1Jitt1 ecI
for the future are not. definitely settledvet the ''e citizen.. -
Sunday next. Morning Prayer, the price to tempt Kissittimee. Fla. ,
Great bargains In willow\ chairs at but he will' return here In about. ?I
:dk Litany"and SerIDon.t 10:30. Thechildren's not later. than 6 _: ,
Luck mean rising ; -
a.Thompson'*. two weeks, and It i* pt: sslble! he may J
again enter business here In another. .service will be held In the o'clock In the morning, llvlngon a dollar PAID DP.CAPITAL..I/...... .., .., BO OOO OOTOCKHOLDBIT9

Mr. O.-W. Bass spent; the day la line. afternoon at 3:30.: If you earn two, mind Ing your '* LIABILITY'. ......... BO OOO*OO

Orlando yesterday.. < Mr, and Mr.. George Dunne, of own business, and Dot meddling with. DEPOBIYOILl8BCURITY..... ....:...- ... too OOO'OO
f The recent rains. have somewhat delayed other Luck mean the .
q Sumter S C., arrived Sunday flight, people' appointments
Smoke Key West Havanathe best the progress on the new Stanford having been called here by telegram you have never failed to Prompt and carei.It.all,. girest to all matter.err u

.60 Cigar on the market..:.. : Carson 'Graves building, 'but. oo the tad mission of attending the keep the .train you have never'- failed .", trusted to us.' ExcbasiKes good at 'all polsit at cheapest' ,

'. 00 worth crockery. for sale at. i circumstances Is'going will permit.ahead all The fast wall a* funeral.of Mrs. .G. F. Parker, who x> catch'. Luck mean trusting"*... In God rates. YOUR. BUSINESS SOLICITED.8 '

cost. S. C. G. Udw. Co.. was Mrs. Dunne's mother. and your' own resources. .
I are completed a* high up as the second .
Many visitor are In town this week floor and the sill and stringers. have NOTICE.-Notice Is hereby given Card of ihiinks.To tHc

attending.\ commencement exercises.. all been laid. that all parties wLo fall to have their our friend: .. ..
t cattle inspected oofore----drlvlnlZ' them
.' and If the present rains con"lnuel\ will be We desire to extend our sincerethanks V IVV VVVV VVV VVVV
Nice line of picture moulding from Dist. .No. 4, handled ao VV iVV VV.
Thompson. lakes and streams. will soon begin to and great appreciation. ul the. '" '
mats, just arrived. J. W. cording to; law. Ell Bas,
rise and the boats. will be able to run 44.- Inspector loving kindness nhown/Ufl, by those .OSGEOLA ,
Miss Shelly 8mlth-of Orlando Isvi8.ltl.nff all summer; at. the same. time the;; cattle " friends who loved her and Who to .

the famllyt of Judge,: G. F. men and farmer are fearful !/ that Mr. Walter McLaughlin who has tenderly cared for her, and ministered -

L Parker. too. much rain will spot] the range and been In the hospital Orlando for.the! unto us, In our great Borrow, and "5, PHARMACY. '. '

\ 'i J crops no we hardly know whether to past few weeks, uufferlng with a severe loss of wife and mother., ,? 1l
The City Bakery la agent for the. pray for more rain or dry weather. attack of Inflammatory. rheumatism. May God richest blessing rest! THE LEADING'- DRUG STORE, .
White Star. Laundry-the best in the t returned. home 'Tuesday. Thoughstill
upon each. and all of iou; and guide
Mr. W. H. Smith, formerly prbprletor I- "; Ie.
he Is
State. iing crutches, slowly uul '
through life and God receive -
' Special bargains la straw hats are of tbeV.the Home, O.iteslaurant liiuton. residence ha. purchased surely .Improving. > you ea b'&od every' one in that 'Z; DON'T FORGET( US.
i offered at. Dann's, get prices, 'before and moved h'ls7aTully there last Fri Mr. Tommy Thompson; who ha blessed home of the soul, 1* the prayer :; '.

purchasing.: been at Dr. Uarrla Sanatorium In of your friend "
y day. Mr. Smith I I. a gentleman of the "

.v ,__i -Mr. L. H. logram has moved his. I old .,excellent citizen, Orlando his broken for the. leg past&treated two. months returnedto having Mr. GeorgeM.Geo. F. Parker.Dunne. 'Z., ,. When in need ,'of' anything -''. J

family into the Case Cottage next. to whom. are, pleased W see acquire' a in the Drug line
E.; Parker ,
residence in Klstimrnee. Klsslmmee last. :Tuesday afternoon. George
i the Baptist church. permanent; S. .
We' re. pleased to ,note that he Is Mabel
sA"- Mr. W, H. Smith: has!' cold the Home If you know an item of new of gen 'gradually Improving.. Albert W. Parker,

'Restaurant to Martin Thomas, who eral Interest It t* not much trouble to J.-Wadley Parker
-took charge last Monday. call up the newspaper wlHce and tell Prof.' WMB. Hinton left last Saturday ;. R. Elizabeth Parker., .8 ,A' Bottle of "Herblne". FREE to everu, GustofaJ rrr

them about. it, or better still, write it for Miami to join hU family r
Maj., T. M. Murphy,, Mis Mary out and send It around. By doing, who proceeded .him:to that.placejsonxe Card of Thanks.Mr. ri

Louise Maklnson went up to' Orlando this, you not. only 'confer a favor up- week ago. While regretting. to lose 'and Mr. Wino desire express -

.' ,for a short; visit yesterday. K ::;/'.:,". onus, but help to' make your home thi* most; excellent family. from out; their sincere thank t.1J the good peopleof .. .. .., A .t-sec>O.allt-Aate '

f- I have-muved;,myjfcarpenter?( "shop! paper/.more 1/ interesting to ell. lit citizenship. I ,;we.wish them l;every" ,',, sue- Kbwimtnee for the many kindnessesaadcourtesies ;; 'btes1
'to t '*,'.- ' "". ''"' \"ri-I.! ,.... ana ,l in heir bouie, Senn South.S't
; the'Stanford Csr on7Graves Hdw, reader' v < ;;- 'f'i . cuss prosperity > new shown hem( 1n the recent
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Co's.swrer. . ,:,C...; '.'.,- , : '.'cq,, .\\ lDr< .s tr: [diddlelirookr'the: nets 4oa V'.Nollce; is hereby given! that I ,have death' and burial) of theiraunt, ,' Mrs.. r .
'If' you have any laundry to' send ger of the 'Klsslmmee Drug[' Co., charge of the Su Cloud pasture and Henrietta.Norman.. LIVERY" j (.

'away, and want It "done UD" to good hough having lived here but a comparatively expect to use It. All person owning A Guaranteed Cure for Piles- t '

shape phone the City Dakel"y. short time has by his business stuck In the pasture are' requested to Itching: blind, bleeding,, protrudingPiles. PEED

Phone Integrity and gentlemanly! heart remove !fame.on as before Monday! authorized ,to .
your want, we do the run Druggists are = : and -I.
Ding- lag won a high place in the confidence May 21st 1906. I shall bq pleased to refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall I: :'

KlSSIMMEE t>KUa COMPANV.' .and esteem.of the entire population of meet. all DartiBS'on' that day in the to cure in 6 to 14 day. GOO, 'SALE 'i" ,

the town And county. "We predict for pasture. JOHN J. PADGETT. ". ... .,.. :v.ill STABLE, 1'r'1
Miss Llllie of Mllltown Ga., ----"; -- -- -.r .Tr000o00O00t
.. Jessup thle business era of 2u. : .' J
-. an unprecedented May 11, I r M,:
is the guest pf her uncle-and aunt, '. : .
prosperity under his '
Mr. C, D. Carroll and sister at Me- management.Z. ; Mr. \V. J. S. Carr' brought'to this : i't .INGRAM :& GILBERT.. PROPRIETORS. 1 .

yr rid I.. ti rash tblbe & Co., have purchased office Monday some.6* the. finest Irish -TBE---- r .+,/
. a five thousand acre tract. of potatoes we bavewer_ seen grown la ; A ;: f; '.
briber Kissimmee Co. BROADWAY, .OPPOSITE, PPSTOFFICE,*f :
Try the new chop. Everything land at. Martin Fla., which they propose Florida. The potatoes were ten In Drug .

t new aDd.towels up-to-date... Sharp to convert Into a ranch for the number, weighing eight. pounds -and I .- .. <.. 4 Phone 102;. .', ')"} '''Kisslmrrlee; .r .:
clean D .10-0.18 ser-
razors ,
raising of blooded cattle. Mr. Ch.mbUn filled to overflowing a half-peck bas

.t ylce. Is one of the pioneer In the ket. They were grown in Mr. Carr's i Has now passed into en- All Kinds Hauling/ I ; $1'

Every 25 cent pent In cash dr paidon ralAlng: of blooded stock .In Florida, garden here in town. Capt. Maling I r riPrP

your account at. KaU's entitle you. and I.1 probably doing more to, dispel us the champion 'potato grower of tirely new* hands,, and if. FriF' 'Yr' !iF'l' la'rP.' +YR'tl"R'1t1fF'V1Y""YRW - .- .

to a-chance on one of those beautiful. ( the Idea thatonly. !"scrubs" can' be (this section, will have 'to1' look' to his .
Clean, Honest and Pro- "
bat. racks successfully raised here than any. laurel.. . ' \ '
a. ,
heE. WEt21t
In the Slate, A. QO'tl
returned his man g'i; essive Methods appealto \"
lit'. George Dutme to' Rev. and Mrs J. F. Shand and .

'f home near Sumter S. C. on Tuesday Effective. Sunday, May :27th, the daughter Mrs.: Menge,-ot Fort Myersare :Nice::: ':Bottle' .' ,
tight: Mr- rpunne will remain! with Atlantic. Coast Line Railway will put tile. guests. 'thla week of Mr. and the trading public we ,Phone : :

her father"until about the first. of July. on a' new passenger train between Mrs. JnoL.. Deaman. Mr. Menge are confident that we ,.. .. :) .
want :r.lV pa and Jacksonvillewhich' will l lit xppc'.ed'to arrive from Fort Myers I '
Wood for Sale.-Wheo you a '
be:> operated dally through the summer. tonight to join the party and they will will share1 of '
load ofvcujd dry pin e stove wood call f meri our R:: R. WHITTJEN & CCU
up phone 74. pallvered anywhere la This new iraio.will leave Tampa dallyAt all probably return home tomorrow. :. I1U
""' 10:30 o'clock lit the morning and Mi-... Shand and Mrs. Desman aresirtera the patronage. ,_ '.
;;$ town on short notice. H. VV, rtro *on. '113. <'
hone ::
J Lee. Orletoadlo
/ arrive. In Jacksonville: between. 6:30: and Mr. Shand beside being : . ',-'
iI'', Notice Is hereby' given that all my and To'olock atnlght.. Thietrainwill a. minister, i* the Superintendent of r ,
't,' note and axxwunts will be turned over be operated vlaLakeland.Orlando" and Public'Instruction of Lee county.- .:*- .Jf-' .st Jt .r4 Jt Jt .la ( Free Phone" Prom 'Miller's Stable;. j

to'the Dank for cplletftlon after .May Sanford.-Jacksonville Metroolis. ,, .. ,', .
10th. F, O. THOMASON M.: D. < ;' T The' infant daughter of Capt. and .. _.' _..fI kr/ flt.e._.-_lu/tu6 + 1 '
The following invitations have been! Mrs J. P. Sharp died at. their homeIn We'expect( to carry evrythine NORTH > ... s
The"; final paper wer?.j allled I; .stfued'by 'Mr, and Jrs. J'. M. iardner: tblacity. last Saturday. morning! and tit KIS hftTlhE.: '" ." ' HOHI!NOt1t.: :.. .. :
slat' the. Klssimmee Drug Co/ deal onTuca.N "Mr., and Mrs. Joseph, Manly Gardner was buried at. Rosehlll cemetery Monday In our line that . : .' ,, ;

day, and 'tbe. t..l1, management' of the request the honor of your presence" afternoon.. The delay-tq the InIfrtneqt the trade demands and NORTHC. > tt. ... 'f .

.business turned over to' Dr.. Middle-. .t the marriage of their daughter was caused by the'absence o'fthe t \, W. G RIFFIN.Fahey 1 N.

brooks. Settle to; Mr.. Walter ..ajne Paulk 03 father. who I I. captain of the. 'U. we are ready to' serve ; ':, ,
the evening of Wednesday the aiith S. Dredge Klsslmmee now at work: In
, The framing 1 II all day or
""lilydrs's new residence, and Mr. of June one thousand, ''nine hundred the.river Just above Lake Okeechobee. you w :

t {Bucket** building 1 I. covered an4 and. ala at half past eight. o'clock at and who ass sent for by Mrs. Sharp Flonrtoy MicJdJe rooks, Family Groceries! -:. Fresh 1\! :

weatherboarded and will "soon be the Methodist church Kl,. mmee, but; could not. 'get .here until about MANAGER.koooooocotxaooooooooooooc. satsIC

ready for the plasterers. Florida".; The contracting. partiesarewell noon Monday ,, *! '
and favorably I known In Kls- "cf .
1 Delightful rain have fallen the past Mr..Carson Hlnton has resigned l ". : -\
+ .Imroee. social circle, ; his posltlon-a book keeper la tbState Delivery.Every.Ia1.&t"n1: Hour Patronage Solicited]'.' \ ; '
t c' few day, .nd..a. cousequence vege- t CITY BARBER( SHOP. : ? :
I ., _
Received of the Traveler Insurance . Bank.of Klsslmmee. 'and. will i W* .t *,
tattoo baa taken. Its new lease of life .. .. .
and all nature' 1. DuttlDt'o i.. luxuriant Company through their. agent at leave In a few day Uf accept-a similar ,WILL GUYTO". .rtter. .ft . . _- -.- ,' '.. ..
iCIsslmmee, M. .Tiller, the sum, of position. In the-Flrst National Bank: of '
living :
growth ot green. :
120.00 In full settlement, of my claim Miami. Carson Is "'man rot t.M fr4 .
a young Business ,Reb.r
Nnw Open for. ,
Always .
town.. .
Among the out, ''of :attorneys against, them for Injury' ki. my foot most exemplary tiabiu'and' demeanorand V ..... ,, _
attending court thl week:,.are: Judge caused. by stepping on shells while la by his uniform codrtey and strict. ? IriPatrick''Old Stand.,: 'Ul' '

.W., IE"Carter, of Tampai CoU >7. *,M. river. bathing., 'Thl* check wat... bandvd'tne attention tp his duties. .has gained! a NEW CHAIR L jaxativeI Bromo ;n '

Bennett of DeAa] and_W.;'L., F..lwer within sever day frum e.beIme place 4. world not" ;usually : .... '. ,

and Jot &!>Jba**} 'of,Orlando.Hon. .. .-'. tai claim' paper.; were forwarded tots : acgaired'by ODe *j young1" to NEW RAZORS : .i. .

f Wade U .Jones-,' son of ,Judge the company.1. 'I carry; $5,000 'It. Ibis yeari. ;''We commend him'to his new NEW'EVERYTHING', : .I.-'1 Cow c.OiaeJ :,, .rN .:
I''Mioor'SJones,' ; and uooessful isplraot company and I recommend It.' .10 any, employer aDd to the' business and ." '>, .7," ".

toeleglslMIt) *. .honor ,io the one desiring a liberal! aooldenl pollox. social lakreso'ot Mlaml; a* one *">lto> :Satisfaction> I Guaranteed...' ;I ... ..' . :{ ".;( .; ... : ,
In s flrstclass'companylas. /' getter "worthy 'itilr coDa le oe and .. v. ,, d; ._ .;'....". ,l.,, .. .'.. "
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_ ..... -t Pry. Mlttle HufT-- c'r.: - --iHO t'NEVlBlsHlf p'S. POLjCEMAN ON THE RACK,:[ SOME ONE HAS LIED ;ACREAGE, IS.I_ I INCREASED.:- -Mr- .Youagmaa the Was--puzzled.The ideal' Itsrery '-- -S

r Atlanta Officer! Answers Charge' of Pa- ,' Area PJantifd'Gxoucb: That of Last money.funny My you husband can't hat give an me account any ,

Elected by Methodist Conference lice Matron of -Being, Too Free Year"by 539,123 AcrcsOfflclal here. -, .. S S

With'; psmsIsPrItoner." : T.'*'>, Boldly Asserts Bailey oftexas? CUlimjnt: luui.f.Tho : . Bank Cashier-- know madam. bus, -. -

In Birmingham 1- ' on Senate Floor If your husband! .waated you to have '

; ,: -- ITia <<- tJnln&.ct of the.mO&f J3o'JOiari Cottoir Association: some money, he would have given "

; r \. important police trials! In the historyof .by) l't'o 3idnt Hirvlor Jordan and Boorctary -, ,XOILAC1Iock; -
TIGERT WARD ATKINSTwelv Atlanta In Richard Choaih-chj Isjuud oaXrpr.Jay : Mrs. YOungmall-DI1\, gracious'
was presented the ro0order' ; '
HE HITS AT ROOSEVELT If lie's got an account;, here can't you ..
court room( Thursday, when. .. \ night: tie folly.vlug statement charge It?-Catholic Standard 'am? ,1 '
regarding: : the cotton fer t1)year
(he sensational charges' the police L acreage: Times. '_ _
.. 3800. fl '
Ballots Wero Tkcn. and Great natron Mrs. : t ____ .
Mary Bohnefetd against L'fveiy" Racket
Precipitated "RepliCs received frcru largo "
Enthusiasm by Now*. : a very .
- Was Manifested .Police Captain Z. B. Moon, were read paper Correspondent; :1Tillman number of our* 17,00:0: corroapbiidoijts'enable To Be, Exact. ,I I..i' ,

Money Is ,Awarded for the and witnesses on both sides heard Corroborate Attention us" to give out ,tile' f-rllo-vvlii:? Bt'um-I bear Y'Cur'f family ha go=.' t '

a Extension "schools." I by the board of police commissionora .. of the''' I fopxtrt cn-cc.lton acreage for lo 06 cp. Souti for the winter.Miss ; ,
Texas .
Stilor'of Boston- Xot at
lard with ,,1905(): j
AtCr'a' day of exciting balloting-at Jlrn. Dohnefcld stated tojtho board 197SLouisiana. lDdI all They havQ gout South tot e .:.\

the Methodist Bi)iscopal general con- tbat, aha had stood the conduct of I The controversy over the rate bill -., : 1.a.l8: > 1,010.074 abs
ferenca, ''at Birmingha'm, ,ThursJmy, Captain Jtoon just as long 'K* oho negotiations! Cams. to a sensational '.Ail.aiiti.ia;/ ; . .1..2727 1,790,303) cality.-Philadelphia:! Proaa.Corn : ,\

which' continued: up to 10:29::::! clock could*. but that finally she had decided I climax Wednesday when Senator' Bid- Gucigla '. -. .3,922,707 3, 2C,717: lllood. --akin- Tronbio.tflcF., mood \

: 5%., m." the following three new blsh that rather than endure it long-er ley' 'of' 'Texas'. rose to a' quesUoq of Alabama I' '. .3.CJ1.97S '3. 71,01S .'....Oft. Clrratwit. Bloud 1'urlller ,Fr..... 'I'. '

cpa wore elected; Dr.. Seth Ward assistant sbe would brave thQ"publlclty'ensu-" personal privilege to 'make. ti "Texs . .7,727.M>3 7,311,071 S If your blOOd, to impura. thin diseased" J4}

missionary secretary of the' ing from her action. arid make formal reply > a- N. Carolina.: . .1,094,523? !,U G.83JS..Cl.rcllna' hot or full -of humors. If" you have blooi - ""I

church: ; Dr. John J. Tlgert, book editor charges against the capialn in orderto charge made lu The Chicago' 'rrJbuu. : . .2.173.SC1 2.212.S07! poison cancer.. c-arljuuolon, .natluff IIIU'08. :',
sorofuln! ernnmft |It'hln"",,rlnlnir lumps,
; r>r; James Atkine 'Sanday school protect the wom'njl and chIldren ot, Tuesday by Washington correspondent Tennessee . . 7S9.3S6 1I O.ij e<'atb) ), plinfily nfclu, Iran Isles, <,"t&rrh., "

_ editor. .Tlgert was elected ,on the under her charge from his -atteutlonu. . to the effect .that Mr. Bailey :aUsalsiippi . .3.1&6.906 3,145.633 rtiautuutitfiii' or any blood or skin Ulsoa9,' ,!
Inlet llotnnlo' Blood Dale (U. U. U.) 110001',,)-
first balloti\ Ward on the third and Indian T
t' had been . 944,913 833.404
responsible for the failure hIlt to llrKillonM." K Atkinson the twelfth. She claims that she wa Ignorant of Oklnhoma . "461.* 3 ..,.SC.lOt; :: lu-hns bnnlns stop the 1 hlood.ld tnadopiira .
J. J. Tigert was bor In Louisville of her dwn fights and did not know I. the agreement between the presIdent -. Florida Virginia.. ', and rlrli, l li-mvlnn ilu Hkln fr.... troTs 1

November 2St. 1836. lie WM graduated that she was able to exclude a or_ and Senator 'Tfllman., Former Silasourt! ... ,., 373,366 375,593 every I perfect eru.1lonnnd health| to the Rlvlnw fUa.the At rl' <'h the.Rlow'name of

HAD GIVEN[ UP, ALL HOPE front Vanderbilt ynlversity jiud Lain from her--department, and had Senator Chandler was given as authority l_ tlnvs" II. U. 11. improves the dlif< .loD. euros
from We- Southern Dr_Mst 4vspepsIii. IIt.nllhoIJ8 I wnnk kMnvys. Just
Theological not learned, of hec pculeto.- dq so .for tho statement that Total . .27.735,870 28,999,642
'Till- tira olil l It
medicIne tot, an filv.s
CONFINED[ TO ll HER[ BED Seminary at Louisville. Ho'was until some' six weeks ago. man had been: suspicious of, Bailey them' 'new, vli;.)rou> b l"'OI.h.1)rlli'jfIIl18..1) '
licensed preach In 1875. He recolr- The full text of 'the formal charges who, it was ls **stated. 'Net, Increase. .ot acreage 730,221.:! per large bnltlo, nILh, dlmptlniiH for liome
ed his degree of-LL. D. Iron the Uni' preferred against Moon was really which showsan increase cf "51re. t'aml't' ; fit.' nn,1 p..pftld lIy writing'
: by Mrs. Boh- opposed to_.rate legislation and was 2.76 per 131110.1 lHlm Co., Atlanta, (,a. I>'si''rlbo/
WITH DYSPEPSIA[ : versity at Missouri. i nofeU are as, follows* : also inconstant conference with Sonalor centover the acreage planted Ja1B05. I..blo. aid .p'el' ft8tt, 1I\1'<11 James Atkins was born in Knox "First.-That ho has been guilty of Aldrich a'nnt in walcU lotttr. 11. I). U. H I cnHMlully'a |
with the pu-:_ise of de- *.*!.-"p a.ti>U oiut-w of
7 'I\ Owe My Life to"! Pe-ru-na," yllle Tenn. April, .18, 1EE(). Ho. t1;*-,. conduct unbecoming' an officer and a renting the rate bill; "Tto foreRolng'wlil! be verified; or I 1"1\11| nt blood, nnd akin dlitcnao, and cures

celved: hi. education in 'Tennesoe gentleman: and"of a violation of the After this statement corrected by the abate --presidents- aftvr all .1a..t&lla __-___ -
>ad been ,
Says Mrs. Hufhker.Mr. schools and was. licensed .to preachIn ordinances-of the city of Atlanta..and Mr. Itailey 'the the Southel'p-oo ton' Association! who

;, .. Mitts iluffaker, i- U. No. *. 1870. He has been president of of the rules of the police department deliberately:took floor and -said will'i cet In. Jackson Miss., May 31. habitat Probablv.ilia) a no the fnmnii bird, bird of his|Ilar..iI.I" mal1a..

ColiHobu, ,. Tena., wntcs two Methodist schools. is the originator of said city, In that: "I have for 'the purpose of compiling a gea- _
I taken
".X tutu 0lletcii with clysj. >ep.{ao4MIP0T ,. of the Bible Teachers' Study Circle - "((1.) The said Captaid foon' has. tion no part in the queSt eraf report.from data secured from I,. A: 'sf.' X. -'r.. T.. A 'ir.' '
- ** <*i.4Z at tad tea. co_ and of several of veracity between the president hay; f.. &;: if. I'iiint snfg.t n full pzefln'i!!; -
Jtm. +4 (. _V 6.J, <......"te to tit wp, booke. without respect to or regard for your and Mr. Chandler, end I hadnot even their respective .states. 't-t ears. 10 to '13 ...-.'.r.. .li.rmilinrdrn ." I... & ,%l.
.W. tried Mferal ,dtfrrea doctors without Dr. Beth Ward was born- in Leon relator's rights and duty as police given "CoU n field labor Is very scarce Zmr I I. A i 1.Vh II.- 1..01 un.l
..,id. 4 county Texas November 1. *868. His matron and .without". your relatcr's any public expression on the especially) In Alabama, MlssUnlppj.' 111''kt'. I.. \ M.I I'.ti'it' .....11\; I lili' f'<'II. '
F .. question of good faith because I .4 I 11111:01111)!': of I I. A 41. ,nipI, l ,,'ithi: (tHllnns
1k&4gt.6nfl&ikup0oavPO.r ; boyhood days were.lIpent on a Texas consent or permission, fcr Louisiana and Arkansas it beliig the! .
.c. .." uiano.t dodi. a period knew nothing about either'question. oil will:! mint .. m< li'inle .iyi il notiHC.S -.
j ......Iad .....;J/aLae a btl'Ue 1048It 0' J'my". term. He received the degree of D. of time extending through hts present I have never conrerred>wTfliVho I "pres opinion of a majority of our coirespondcnts An0ew..Fz 3laor.1)'.Cunn:; ..
D. from Southwestern term write.: 1'xiiitvil! my ,liouwr, IU
rnn University. of office, and longer made from these states that atleasjt rem-s.nga
k \ heat directly nor wlthSft&r Chandler.It with I.. &: 11. '...ok. "'eIl|) ixi-iUy. '
**At tint I coaid dot notice any JMoedt. Three' cessions of the conference .almoat{ -dally visits to the ward of the 10 per cent of cctton now planted S
.;: 4.t after taking Mveral bottki. I waseurcd were Held during the day. The princi- station house where female risoneisare was therefore, a matter of great must be abandonee(1) on account of 1'AIN'T, VOL'( IIOUSK.:.
Quad aDd welL 11: .-. rominmiion
surprise .to -mo when a senator called ]1'.1' .nt. ( allawril to avivrcqicnt
pal business transacted besides the confined!\ and which Is scarcity of hands necessary", to cultivate ; .
'It U. 19 .t'.r..** 1 ou>. ""i/ Hff to-- under the attention to lore we tmve no citrnt. on vats
.' election of the bishops the control my the extract which I 'ottcn 1 of I... &: M. lo > ..
was adoptIon Of your rotator as police ma.- ilejd labor especially t ro|>rrt.v-on-nvr: at.our re.tllll -
dmy.I have had
read. .
'ebee, \llJT recommend, it to flf_ of-that part ct the report of the Iron, said visits being unnecessary t'.io' ne.t! 'o, can be com I'll red to i n, bailorlioifco. t'l'ICC.Apply .
1- :fercrs. commU'tee on education providing for and made by him. not for the ..\rloseot correspondence I understand . an they .must, be begged ant l'",int lick._ ..... New Vork. a
was sent by a correspondect who la .
an assessment of for coaxed continually.
150,000 school peiforming any official duty that Large jliinters
Ueylsed Formitl ; : Represented
very closeto the white house and Filthy Lucre.
extension. It is his habit and custom to makefrequent would not be 6urprlsel-lf--*| ny moment -
- 'Tot mymber of bveam
,.ar requests In presumed to speak with decree Assistant Secretary of State Bacon
some -
t 0 from a multitude of grateful The committee on episcopacy reported visits to said female ward. a migration of every hand on Is
trmdt .. that 1'eruns be '. of authority concerning transactions their. exceedingly natty In personal appearance
rsm( given a memorials on the death of sometimes several on the same day. plantations would occur.
faarbt uxativ Uty. I hart been and cannot *bide anythingor
r es- there.
'jwriaMaUaB wilh qu a tautive addition for JMshops J. C. Keener and R K. Har particularly when 'sporting1 women' "The very wot early: spring causod anybody savbrine of slovenliness.
"I dd
4 to .aouace to the frienda of 1'eron* t on such occasion that and I dp not charge that his wet soil making it Impossible for the a
to talk with few days he found several
Alutt I .... ineorparateil eucb a quality ago soiled
-- '- Caw sacdieiaskch" ,. in my opinion can THE RATE BILL ROW. lewd characters in a familiar/ way, was made with authority, cotton plants.\o\ thrive us they should. and rumpled slips of-paper. With one

; -17. hanee. iu well-known bcnrRrial' laughing and talking with them In but I do denounce the publication as goyerul frcsta between May 8 And 10 hand be touched button for his me.

:!.....dn. 8. P. PAJmiAK. M..D." _I Summary of Charges and Count- the presence of all the female prisoners an unqualified deliberate and malicious In different portlona of the cotton belt'; Benger and ,,'Ith' the other daintily

.,2'lau per capita sugar consumption Charge In Controversy.' and taking undue liberties with lie. I denounce that correspondent did au Immense amount of damage. picked up one of the slips. Eddy."

la the UcJtet* states la, mcn than A Washington special says: The aid prisoners; and allowing; them to as an Unqualified, deliberate an-1 causing: much replanting to be done said he. "what is this?" "That Is your ., -

>. ,double that'of Germany or France. Tillman charge, that President Roose- take undue liberties with him. that Malicious liar. I denounce the man and leaving very bad stands In maty pay check, sir." "And these others?"

A. f n..taa n_ and Oral;ifht. yelt betrayed the democrats In the lie frequently calls them aside or Who lnr. red the statement as an unqualified localities where seed for replanting; "These are pay checks also sir."

...Y&k,2)r.. JJq.....y.Uo kl"brry OordUl lot sate bill matter Is the talk of Waan- down, the, stairway and holds long deliberate and malicious liar, could not bn secured. \ "Welt._ ake the filthy things away and

"- ...M. $ m _Dowel TroublW.. Children Ington. and familiar conversations with them-; whoever he jnay be. and however high "HA.HVIB. JORDAN. President. get then cashed" said Mr. Bacon In

t. a.IbthL..A_ Dtwgglat 1160 and C We. The- president appears to lack. _'II>- hat he enters said ward'at all. time the office he holds." -RICHARD CHEATHAM Sec." disgusted tones.

.f Cin.. at. tke-moet difficult .. 'all ". lie approval. (Not since he has been ,without warning or permission and The statement was made) In 'a deliberate '

, t* take by ..nm-.. ,, I I t In the white house has ,he been so has on frequent .occasions gone into monotone but it was ? none RATE BILL. TO CONFERENCE.House \ Would Be a Hero. '

'-. I bitterly attacked !t'lthso;; few defend .he rooms where undressed females. the less {,(mpresslve. S -' Jacob Ribs has been 111 at his home

m.:iGJI or Dtf flSIt ers. To the impartial observer there .were confined sometimes alone and\ It was ireceived ,with absolute si,* Committee Non-Concurs' In All 0fVanglna pectorIs. and his physician
I* some: right and some wrong on shut the doors and 'remalaed 'therein\ and the. silence continued for Senate Amendments..The .-' 'ordered him to cancel all lecture en-

both Bides ', Here are the S issue con-, with '.said\,prisoners>for periods of Me 'moments, until I Indeed enator ... ,: rail:oad rate bill was consIJ-] Etgemeat Notwithstanding this Mr.

""qif 1Th.--" )......, clselyj -" . *(\. t\ ?.-', ,' tlzr..e' lastingfront' fifteen minutes*to .bad taken.the' floor- also on f'rAd,,for three' hours !Monday night by : Rill was' recently approached by aa "

- s 1llr1uP' I '. Tillman and Ealleyy corroborated- by lalf-an J%our\or more; that he has , of' persOnal'prl"Uere., ,because the' .bo"le committee on Intel state anJ emissary of a certain'church, who) /;/,

.: Chandler, barge: v. '\\'s-; : \\ ' trcted..your relator'.without the reapeet the article'quotertt had stated foreign'ccmnnerce: : and 'the decision pleaded with him to deliver! a lecture...

,hoi at.cof' tw. the 6t3TV First"'- That ,President Roosevelt 'due her i's1. e-' woman and 'as a that he. had been suspicious: of Mr.Bailey. reached to'r recommend disagreement: '" -"But." said Mr. Rise "my piysl-
surrendered ".e"- to all of the amendments and clan has told me that If I lecture
during kYtIV .)' trtifp H to the railway senators rnemJjer of the police. department ; senate '
-, / Jn accepting' the Hepburn bill .with' hat on account'! of his said conduct lie had read the parts of the cprre- tosend the measure to conference. again this-winter it may kill me"

J the "Allison" amendment':' as .to* court It had become impossible at the time spondent'H. letter which Mr. Baley) had Ihe coiflmltlco will not ask that Instructions "Well then.:::-,replled the churchman .
R !lib ,wbcn/Mi wont wte renew. of the filing of your relator's former omitted and then proceeded with his of any character be given not a whit abashed." you vrlll
.. die In a good cause. -New York Sun.
Ir'OOt Second-That !he ''surrender was communication, and Ifsuch conduct itst rnent. saying: to tho house conferees.
) )
unnecessary and was made at th# continues it will be .hy-'salble for "This correspondent Is undoubtedlya

t. food far.JI kbvb cf wet wwk. moment When victory was assured. your relator to protect the privacy wnrck-rake. Into whose house the TEXAS LIQUOR LAW VALID. A Cheaper Way

'RI faAiAnTe2 ITat Third-That President Rooseveltwent due the sex of the prisoners under handle goes, 'or what hand holds it, Old Kelly-Do ye think) ; men should

aI'J.i. over to the enemy without n<* her care and to conduct' her depart- I will not attempt to siy." Sustained by., the United stat. Supreme oe chloroformed at sixty. NorahT

!. IOSTOII.tws: l tic to his democratic allies who had npnt with decent regard to the senslllitie He said be counted eight distinct Court. Mrs. Kelly-Phat, wld 'chloroformBO

._co. fo.CAIt wade Victory possible. > and rights of virtuous unfor- falsehoods in the --article but he desired 5In an opinion by Justice! Holm... expensive! Phat' lh' matter -,,11 -

Fourth-That "the treachery was tunate and innocent children detained to address Umselr first to a denial the supreme court of the United an qxJ-! Xow York Press.

less excusable,since he had .himself In sajd ward and to insure the proper that he had ever been suspicious Stated has affirmed! : the decision of

ought the alliance.To eondutt of persons confined In said of Senator Bailey. He declared hi.* the court of appeals. Involving the .1 BREAD DYSPEPSIA.' .

_" MOZLEY'S these charges. the president baa ward.: great esteem and admiration' for the constitutionality of the Texas liquor Th. UlgtitlDS-.m.ut Ln Oat
replied;' Following law. The validity of the law was attacked --'
LEMON ELIXIR. the charges Is a long list Totas senator, and that their cordial
\II'Irst-That he has not surrendered or specifications. .. relations had' always existed. Articles/ on the ground of dlscrlmlai- Dread dyspepsia is oommoiv It af "
(eels tho
I* M* = end mlrM "=; In, accruing the Allison 1 tlon at the law' was not made applicable bowels because white bread
-so t4 at S .. amendment! I of this character were being sent I Is nearly all slnrch
ha.5tulist corsUS .:7..11100. but has. In fact gained a and 'A LYNCHING IN 'broadcast the said )Ir. :I ITmman. ? to wines from Texas grnperf. starch is dl-
.. great over country.
"' .... prouettto.. aDd .. to I grated lu the liit?Uues, not lu the
.. .I.owtkgt. I' '1..1 .... substantial victory. at the Instance of the republican stomach .-.roper.

grmlo... cip.tboo.. -ltoHeade..h.Illnou_. _sad imdl-. all, Second-:That he .did'not break off Key Taken from Jailer and Prisoner''' machine to "befuddle" the situation : BIO CONFERENCE CLOSES. Up under the iheil of the wheat

._ w. .from negotiation with the democratic allies Hanged by..Mob. // y -'---- berry Nature list fn'orlJcJ a curlotie'
until! 'It had Methodists Finish Their Work at SIr.mlngPiamand .
demonstrated deposit which Is
,TORPID LIVER.etrlctlr A mob: entered the jail at Inverness When/ Senator Tillman concluded turned luto dill Ita,,!!
that victory was not possible on the Senator/ Adjourn.The when It is mibjet-toa to lie unlive and
WfUbU oont- Fin.. Wednesday again took the floor
as4g a night. got the
-I, ,......L; It b.. n. harmful m Sve- basis of their proposals. keys from the and said( that his/attention had'beell" flftbinth session of the\ quadrennial to the pnncTOallc julck-n lu ,(lie human -
4'p' _tit : .__bet__lOS....tboraothpt.etog Frnnk Jordon. colored. charged with called to n not he/ article printo tin
018 Fourth ; eflio/list church south Thin tlla\ lnso Is
the .to.n.cI* enel That the alliance Episcopal absolutely necessary
..aU lapuritlaa,sod up the was ebbing and murdering a white peddler the NeW York VTrlbune. He sal/ It
.*tli. eo. to U tI"J; 'o.dMto.4u.e4I ought by tho democrats and that: of' the came: .to a close in Birmingham; Monday digest lurch and turn It \Into grape
named was same character that
the pweo. fatlinga. : the Tlllman-Bailey-Chandler-Moody Sweeney at Stage Pond, as afternoon with al few words .')t sugar, which I In, the next form! ; !but tlnt'-, .
.. ....._ v17 orta ti lD&4e .two weeks ago. 'The negro-was hanged printed by the Chicago Tribune. and ( part of I the whoat berry makes .
4, .. ....... U. part p.d.u ,conferences were no more significant, paternal advice and a touching benediction dark.
.. and by.tho mob to a tree a short dlaance that evidently T.hey-had been timed to Wilson Hour and (lie modern wilier caunot,
s.MsILt. a nua mitts"'at.oa. no mere binding than numerous by the venerable Bishop
from town.CAROLINA bring them both to Washingtonat the reiwlily sell dark -
.__ c-.a-", ,!, other .conferences which, were tIle senior bishop of the churcli. Hour unture's vul-
continuously .
S same time. Pointing to the era gallery rtinble digester Is thrown out nnd the '
being held.
he tald";: ? ; bunian system, must liandld the sta'rch
To which-the following re joinder,1* VETS IN REUNION.Old "I Intend to put in, the record upon DEATH FOR CENERAL STOESSEL" as best it tan. without- the help'lint(
made by the president's critics -
: Nature; tuiendeC.Kaintl l
the statement of than -
If. at claimed: the Hepburn bill Soldiers of Palmetto State H.d newspaper correspondent one In repubable that Report That"Ruse Military Court Condemns wonder that appendIcItis, k penltdnitln ,'

,was always satisfactory why 4ld the Royal Tim In Columbia.' gallery and as a rule they are ..' Hero of. Port' Arthur. constipation, and all sort of '" ;
president raise the Issue of a restricted successful tn trouble exist when \\"e
The'most reunion thC honorable as senators ou this floor t.Ia rumored in St.-Petersburg that BO no (contrary
courtreview? Why did he call to Nature's law TUo fool experts that
history of the South Carolina division On' their -authority I.state that the which
the conference- ot the white house. tie* military: court has been perfected Orupe-NuU. L'oed1* knowing

atwhleh the Long! amendment was United Confederate Veterans came tj two chief cuckoo of this administration investigating the' surrender of Port these facln, made use In their1 expertir -

drafted? Wlur did In Columbia Friday nlgliLwtta ; are the nt of tbeentlrahet: ttud harley
he for no less /than a cjoso; Arthur und the .batie of the Sea ot ,
ten days tell, all callers that the the sponsors ball as- the cjrownluj Mow\ York Tribune. and the Chicago. Japan has condemned .to death> Lleuttnitnt Including all the [parts and subjpc-t

$ "thing, to do now was'' to kill the octal event of a three days' colebrt- Tribune.. \ General Stoessei; who) commanded tlieni to'moisture anti long; tootluucsl
et broad review "And. thereforey'lt seems to be conclusive warmth, wliicji allow timo mid the'
amendment the Russian forces sat Port
- (, /" Why did he not discover sooner Ion.The veterans were entertained fn" that this slander proceeds Arthur. and Rear. Admiral Nebogat- 'proper conditions for developing the,,
from the white house. I forth diastase, ritsld" of the human body
that the naked of charge as the guests of the.
: Hepburn bill.with the t.T' off who commanded qf Admirallthjostvensk7's
In thU tb '
Allison amendment Colombia. / :'honor of my countejrj: that If does way &start-liy: part Is tninsrnied -,
gives a broad I squadron and 'who .
review : Into lu
not' srapc-suucar 1l i> -
proceed 'from the president him-
; and
t ,
practically all the anti-law surrendered during. the naval battle
manner trllliout tile ,us* of.:
self. .
1 ., yer ,for ,once agree"with them\ ; TRAM, M ELL GIVEN FREEDOM. .. to- the Japanese! , chemicals any outside lnareientst

i "- .... Tbe:lltlla sipMrkllufi crystals of '
4Lt ;t.n ; 'PEN- '.'FOR|,MOTHER :AND SON. Jury. Acquits Man Who Killed Despoil. : ,PALMA., .,.. ((4._I""AUO"" RATED. FINISHED) AT LAST. can bet aeon'OIS.! tbe pieces' of I"war
-4. '"II' ::0--- lor:of. Pita, Honf GrapeNut.Thl.. ,foo -
; ".iii' .. -- r' Convicted ;at New Haven for Murder Cuban.,Oath of Offloe. Another' Milestone Covered-In Greene naturally pr H1J&eatell"lJ its< use laplare
The Jury In the, caaa of Byron .
for Second TerM.preni1eQt .
'7 ' ; of bread will quickly' correct the
of Husband and sItspfath.I Tnunmell. postmaster of Dothah..Ala., .apdjQaynor Case.The .,
14 -Inaugurated trouble that have been brought about

-.l1 O :At..New" Haven'Mrsw charged with ,the murder ,of Roberta Sunday In Havanain. ,the ;pres.t>ce' : 'bill- of', exception' Id ..,the by the: too free use ofstarch' In- the

,.- : : #;' :Msj;: .Jennlng*:;..xt4,,I1""IIO'" flarn". ;I rendered vft verdict of not of the ,diplomatic corpe. cabinet officers : Greene jand:; Oa nor <<:&Ie. on' which 'food. and that 1 Js \'el1'tommol In the
; : Herbert W.-T4yh>r.fc guilty because of InsMilty senators, congressmen Judges ; ; rue tHa,. '
.10 ftal.lI'- : jthe attorney hY ;beu5engagod ever 'f
,. ..... .sMu...... 1 nthe second decree tor kino when the occurredyrlies'VM The effect. ( : "
trajady head .
of .t1nJr.
defendant and
the nt
: departments / representatives' thi rap.- ten ,
.,... ..... ... O.-a 00 Ince yerdlct., was ."Hnlhed, atSavsnjiah ,
tut '_pti1DNW ,'Jth. anab.nalXrJaizigi.1n. : .''bokrier t' Trwawelltalienje or tasQ weeks auj. the "
ncgs : :,of .eoonomic, "agricultural. 'and : 1l11"'ODtlu.,
00. ''P8l1f
I' .
Mondayf :
;/ . ::=t.=J. -rr'.A ( o.'Dlchtl, IDI anti ... aa1tU1edbecau.ll; .and commercial) assoclaUpas.foneot. : UXri6n) Erwin for the'governmentand. ,..11\"e e ordlnnry whir bread, It-rtarf.. "' \

: & .. a 1i ,: : April ,1.".Both I,"re' " life ot alleged, ,criminal,latimecy I,between the.'-liberal nvrmbers, of' oongrsi'nV/. .,'A.' A.;'Lawrence',for the defense.carrle ; ..mar'kecl.The'u' er will gala'''rapidly in ',1

I'' tmprlonnienL, .&tf 1metrjwifs! and ,the;de ea *d,' tends(.\' ,' \trb 'streagth'snrpbf.test; ,and" mental' ,j'/' .
A..IITA. .*. ./- .* 'I. , paper over, I .OOO 'I?; lIe.lth. ,
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flnd tbe first honest skeptic; Infidel ttf ..'h. r.i.' ,.:111" FAMILY .
.W 1tJ ,lJL, 11:,. _tic< Unitarian, or Christian Scientist An old proverb advises the' shoemaker >> ,, CORAL I INVITATIONADDRESSEDTOWORKINBrGIRLS AViry & Gompau ,

who really wanted' to know. The truth .to stick to Ids! last It wean , : <
It that I could show them tbat the that a wan always succeed 1I..t".t lather ad 1t"1;. ClJldrca ..WtrWt T.i '
A. ERILLlAMT! fUNOAT SERMON:, !" BY OR. Bible Is .the! Word of God and Jesus the business lie knows la the tanner 2:.. Yean with Terrible .- OOCMsKkU TO '"'

1 TO tRY: THE: CARAT FEI' Chrltt the Sou of God. It meant, slk-k to your plewt to the Care.Jo7 Catlcnrm.lly .. ,- ; AVERY A; MCMILLAN.,

. It baa been accepted by millions allover blacksmith stick to year forges to the hothead and five children were .1 I: WOB "Sarrow Tolls Bow Mr*. Pb1Jr. .51-_ aVo tn Poeeytb.*, ........ Oev

the world and I know that everyone pNtiitrr. stick to your brush. When we afflicted with ee__. -They had it two tarn's AdTlo Help Working: CHrla -ALtRUNE'S OT- ; '
..1OJ.,'. I On.-)( ..r . tbat has accepted It has found Joy make experiments out of our line they rear*. We reed
*>*-' clauUk in Jesus Christ Iud la rejoicing In Dim are likely to prove exieiilv failure. we cooM hear of, without'any relief and MACHINERYReliable :
tonight/ :, mud It you come to me really It I. amusing, however" 16 remark then a physician and tot mtdicine who work .
wishing'to know and are 'willing jo Uow every cue of u* stay: ...f;r.tItI./u': / lie twO different times, and it got worse it m r .' particularly;

Y rbll\ obey your conscience, I will put you 1u, could do same ether fellow's work better affected a* all over except head sod hands.V ._pt.1b1.. to le-
) 11I1I1n.-Tb& Rev. Dr. Torrey. the way of finding oat and if 1 dou'i tutu the other fellow himself. The < taw Cntieura; Kmdiet advertised and male. disorders, ,
the delivr
great revivalist ou ljuuday succeed yon will be 'the first 011* I painter' Imagine he ran make paint concluded 1 especially those
,_ erect entitledOne to try them. Ho:! tent for $1.011 '
t.j1\ t t'OWI.t'lIiug"IIt'I'WOII who
r have ever failed on. better' than are obliged
thepnlnt mnunfsctnrers worth, eonaistiot of one cake of Cntienra
WiserVor" '' 1'Uiui Twelve. Wblskybieuda. A few years ago lived In Hlnneapolis the farmer Shake lie cams do a Job CJt soap, one bbx"ef: Ointment and ont vial' of to stand on, theirfeet
Hit text war Ails. sill.; : Iti: .
at a time when the boom ......onaud least from tnorn ..4f
"_ painting better or at Chester fills, sad we eammeactd to 03 th m. I
\11(1 IIOW"h,, turi'lest lic.( : Arise ,men IOIIde' fortllne. In a day. 1 I than Le and do know how lag until night In
painter, so on. not : to express my joy fa
aud "be. bxptlatw! << .: trothlng: WHY tby stores facto.ties.
camel back to the State 'of Ohio on a A tarN baud In one of Octntt: finding t cure, for two '
alma ut the l riU"Vliy
callliiK ou tlllt name .
visit. One night I and my wife were Tluiuffs' stories tell the Walking Del.egate' were so, bad that they lure"th. brown-'
kt \ hI'I'I.tlt01J: ? It was aodwho Day la and day
Mopping with a frleu'd who was then o( the l'IIJutl"rl'\.Clllon. -Any- ..liars on their" bodies where they were AM Fioiryw .
asked' that cl""Uon of Saul ui.'larpus evenly years of age. He had accumulated : slather and the old .. . .. 'ont 'he11'1 tolls,
wliu will'reujembert. body CAn paint; eor* Mrs 1 Maggie ]t. Hill St! ......u. often the
/11 you and she Is breadwinner of ,
'linlf a million dollars. One foot line painter tells thepa: I lit sateeinnu. son Co.. W. Va.. .I..a 12. llJO'" ,
hitter of I Whet.ber'abe Is
WHS n.iuimt enemy ChristI; \"OIlu the thefamily. sick orwell
grave. "None of. ready made inlxlnrcsfor
your '
M doubt Jesus Christ ever had it wore One when ejse The of the Chinese toldwr'figores'exactly whether tt rains shines, she
night everybody was me; I reckon I ought to knew how pay w'
bi bitter Vaeuiy. u determined 100rea'4I'1t'utlela ..k. must ret to her place of employment Prick tug s'eonttr
wore In bed he miMi I remained up for a to mix imlat.' T{ fishtoen cents per w :. ,
t'UlWthdu, SuiU of Turtn perform the duties exacted of her- $h t*. wheat separators, ;
talk, and wttat do you think lift '11.. '(III'IU band 1-wI'001', and tI lie DON'T MISS THIS.A .
Sftlll of Tnrsiu. sincerely believed that to talk waned smile and be are !*.ble. ,
about-about ,
eternity, painter I* irrougSiiopiuaLer.! ; slickto --
.1l"ll1. Cbrittvti: ait1iupot. ( tbat Ills the future of his soul IT Is tbat what be your last. 'JIO "funcy furmrr" Tr Far XUnniie '....... .-"_'!'.... Among this\ data, the'.ymptoms of
clfliui to lie the JSovi (lr hud was flee ... .. '- female diseases are early manifest by
wanted to talk about? No. He leaned cnn farm of ronrno, but It I I. nil ,ei- Mctlod. by Ab r.U *- Drags
-lniiu. and lie lusted! him with all tbo weak and aching backs., pain in the
that his and
old white of
over 1 pensive' nuiuiiciueiit. If It strikes him Do iwu iUlch: ? ,
lower ,of the
rout limbs
lower and
of sincere : There part
iutenvlty u whispered "Archie do you know anyplace n. i>len ,niit, to gfovr strawberries tt, It m..aa a <.....rd btomaeb. Art you '
were timevhiif the tliauKut would tin in Minneapolis where I conk fifty coma stealing: Into Situl'n soul, "Perliapu : l wetting1 of the feet period become
Heart I' 'DeI"UtlO"Y" ,
invest -little where it would
money !' Hint rout. 1.lIu. 1 \0! dollars a doreu: it
Uf It the lion of .!od." Uupc- bring Interest Laughter.l &ie........ Burning'sans end la mId \Vtibt.ia painful and ieregular'and frequent!
)? big [ .1.1\ form of amimeiueiit to be surp. If Tit. ( ISIC Acid I(>",acll. Dittcndtd.Abdameu thore faint and dizzy spells, with
. ijt' daily tvheu. Saul mood and ww. c muh. are BEST IMPROVED SAW HILt
You but there Is M.
laugh nra
Stephen: stoned -to dentil and hl'Rrd8tepb.II' nothing he can afford It. but It's not furuiitur.If .1Ji&&U..... Coke: loss of a.ppetltunUl. lit. Is a burden ..,
dyliiff/ tettluiony.: see tbeHeavent stile In It; It was appalling. Thousandsof a Intoner likes to slosh around witha Uad Itrtatb or guy Olb< Stomach: Toe; All these symptoms point to a. de"DtremID' Large Engine and Boiler. ., wppll**,
men In Philadelphia to-night are In paint briicU.fliid tan Afford the time hAt '
the female promptly. thIng Mllle .
of organism Corn
opened and tbe Sou :Man MHIewClrculsr
of Motl'i Antt-
tbe of thai send boa el
same grip that awful curse and expense of having a Practicalpainter let.u. you a
stand u ou tbe I'lgbflmud of (Lod." the love for gold. I would rather undertake do the Job right. pretty soon Belch .Waf,. fret to convince you that alcure. which-
,, tuou lit came to l Saul. Does b* reallysee to save twelve whisky fiends than afterward it's a harmless form or .. -- .. cured by Lydia' B. Plnkham'S. ....- Steam Oevcrnors, Pyll line noise' 4)>'
Hlw Is Je v MothSnf -el.. tike It. known. It'a surelad ble Compound. .
us really'the-Son of Mill .
Supplies, tend
for free
miser. the Catalogway
one niuuseuicut. It pnlnter.'s' ciiflouicr ,
Uod?" but Saul would not llsteu to very- pl".ae.urea: cy sbtorptiontiarraleM. Wlss\ Abby F. Barrows; HelaonvllleAthens '
these Howls It with tbe love of pleasure? can afford to eland,, for paint thntroutes 'Ivo dM':'. Ctouiacb: Trouble Co.. Ohio tells what this gnat
: suggestions. . Ah time. off1 lu half! the timo It should can' be cured otb rwi.e-M says Medical
friends as years pats by'tbe medicine did for her. She writes t "
lIe kicked t- '
against the goal and 1>< .
i lelll'' and less pleasure there Isln; the they hare a'' perfect right'/ to Indulgehis / Sciente. liru make worms eat up tb "
tune nil the more hitter a"atnitt Christ seek harmless, vanity nbout his skill iuimliit SloiD:! cb and you pear Mrs. Flnkham- v WeaknessWomen
?, iu 'his enmity because there was A'' world but the more! pleasure you \Ve know MulEs/ AoU-lieJch Waters eurt -"I.feel It say.duty to.tt1I you the good
lurking sunplcioti that he was wrong: and endeavor to enjoy tbe more oft making./ But in mono of there and we want you to know it. bence thus Lydia E. Plnkbam's Vegetable Coo>aam

He wreathed an atmosphere of threatening slave you become to It. Y6u go to a onto doe the shoemaker stick to-his. ottr. This offer raty aol appear M tin.. and Blood Purifier have done' for 11*' Before
y theatre and. you will see women old "I"t. ,-I took them I asa very nervous, had dpi
; laughter. lie went' down into I: enough to be grandmother, dressed There l I. just .'0110 clans"of men in 1'0' beadarhce, pain* la back, and periods were
testI the streets of Jeruialein. going from In low-necked gowns exposing theIr the 'world that know how to wake K88xftiOOD & 25c.; litBead'this irregular I bad btca to.veral.doctors and poasfttr
house to bbune, drrggintr from their tber did me no rood,
/ aud hare the facilitiesfoadoing : (
blazonedwith paint r/roperlr'
thin .eulon"d old forms
; "
homes men, women and <:children ..par.lug coupon with your btmt Tour medicine baa made me well aDd
lU'ltlur,. age:,: nor ex. all those who diamonds, as eager to see the It right: find that I* the paint and address and your dniggiat Dim strong. I ran do most any kind of work strong,Willie gufierin from,

protested belief tn Christ ho play ns the mills just making beE: deb t- utgpufactm'era-the maker of. the and lOc. in stamp.| or silver, sad wt without complaint and my period are all
4 : draggedthem of the l1eaxa
la society. The longer you live ,for tnudnrrt brands of. ready-prepared- will. supply you a lllllOple tree it you ri L *OT pccu9at':
tn be trled and piinlnbed. to be the world the more of a slave you be- paints." The painter mixes paints;..the have never used Mull'. Anti-Uelcb 'I .m In better health than I ever wa.. '
I put to death and 1C anyone wan to be come to.Its pleasures but the ''less gaunt niniuifacturep grinds them together. NV tera, and will also" send you a crtincate "> and I know it U aU due to year remedies.. J tot! dna:: Etna If yon do
killed he always v//ied for their death good for We. towarlb. purchase recommend your advice and medicine to all
until at )lust lie had exhausted all lit* pleasure tbere la in It:, and tbe tliiie In a good reody-Qrepafed paint ot more Beleb \VaC..... You will who BuffsT.. not fed weak, wea'-; ,_
\dll never comewhen it is easier to every particle of one klnd'of pigmentis ,
opportunities for persecution 01' the find them invaluable for stomach trouble !t. such that 11.... Pink.
It to girls
t //iII'O'lIPtbl! world than It i II to-night. forced to Join bonda 'wlth a particleOf ) cures by tbaorotion. Add:. et of TOW gfrtcm It thete,ut
Chrlstlnti people of' Jcritunleiu, but lie ham holds out a helping hand and extends : '
; another kind and i bit of solid
witha very Id
Some years ago I was stopping Aha.L' Mars XOMIO Co 828 .
Lad not exJftllste'll" hate of Chvlftt. friend, and after wek-nme. lioiue.from matter U forced-as It were to open its Art. jock lalaad. 1r1.Gc'FuU4ddreeaand1VrUIPiatahy. cordial. invitation to oorresponVith.ber < is a cofuUntUoeef. y

I lie heard that ISO miles away from meeting he told me' the story cf his mouth and drink 'In its sunroof linseed _. .--Bhe-ianghter-lnvlavw of Into rout frame
Jerusalem. at Damascus tbere were life. lie Mht; "I Jlad..been..J1applly- ClUr =Ihat.latheonlywaygoodinletcan I << Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five

other CIIl'l llnn.LJIIJ\l..ltlL Jle1IJ't.t married/ for-more tuan fourteen years : bc,.wnde. and if the painter knew years has been advising sick women .with-
outTirblUcr Iiatred toward those ChrlVtlann liowvto do it lie had nothing at hand'todo'it free of charge. Her long record o'
I (be of the public
wat principal '
All 60o. to*, or by mail
be lind never seen. !So IIP vent drucKuts. per snooesa In treating woman's ills make
fit school In tbe town where' I lived. My with. A paint pot and a paddle '
et price. Stamp accepted.
to the Huh Prleit and asked the authorities '' nnnn receipt her letters of advice of untold ralue to
'ore substitute for power-mixers WINE
wife and I quite agreed In everythingand a poor
) J to allow him to go to tbe city were together./ .bubr-mills and roJier-rolll. The deepest gold mine! in the world) every ailing \.working grirl. ,Address, :
cf Damnvciia and! to-do what be had we very happy Mrs. Plnkham Lynn, 14....
One night something over fojirfeenaud The man who owns a building and tt at Bendigo. In Australia. OF C.AR UI

done: hi Jprugftlem. They were only a half1 years after we brtd been neglects to point It as often All It needs

i., too pleased to allow him to co, to he married my wife said to nipf IIuobaud paint Is 'only a degree more "shortsighted You need a BUGGY[| !I This Means e.WOMAN'S

: 'started on the long weary vrn.v; to Domn I have decided to become a Christian than the one who tries to do yQ !

cm. liiirr.vlns there neither stopping and wish to unite, wlih a-church. I his owii painting or allow tbe painterto -. .

for the intense noonday beat but laughed at her._.Jind said. 'Tut. ..tutlyou're mix his pa/nt/ for him. f. Q. LOOKI A tajMBuesr for aV4O.OO.jTMebeet*them ... Tt.a Rata
'pressing eagerly ou. 50,! iutousely did beI' Golden Bal Dually U fully; amarantrrd and htm mil rxtraa
hate HIP Son of OaiL not golugto become Christian; Get our harness proportion-will cell, you a 1(2( JO harness lor. .40..

Am! now be ban almont reached Dim- I have no/tdca'of' becoming a Christian The eEtigratlon from Italy'' Is In the .,... ,...... .. ... '
I-- apdr don't see why you should Writ to-day for .KUM. : . ". .. .' ,.:.. ........:bw..r.: ... ItrhaTOU last ngtll.wlltxt.
m be ttau the
icui; .on last foothill cf fourteen .to 1,000
>: anil l. tn IIdll looking down .futo'the vulj wh4 oberollle a Christian. Now we proportion every Catalog No.75 MAIL TO P. O .;...........,.....t..........................
.1; lived' for Inhabitant's a ar. most DUd it. It tdleve5ale.
!pate happily together fourteen yTWICE.TOLD x you "
ley Bt Dnuinficu Dauiancus. ;
" yearn, and if you will do that II daed 1..,.. ATUHTA. QJLHAPPY <
dry noted throughout,: the nnoleirfworldivfor
l \ may result! In my going my way.and TESTIMONY. ; ,It rep
Its beauty But as lie>toocl
you going :your way amid virtually Ina A MOTHER mADE
; there !Itjekiujr l at the beautifully Saul ; Ih Sea
i.. did tiotVtlilnk of Its bt'dlltr.-1Jut of-the separation.: A Woman Wl&o'has Suffarsd Te\la now a-uJaritks *:

1h9ii.iudii of Christians there, whom be "After some farther talk I finally tt lied Rcllaf.. A mother whteThefirst food that my child has been able to I I .d a moat atfccrasfirlcuta

", wished to drag from their homes to'k'ft promised to let my wife become a 'The thousands/ of women who suffer take for some time without vomiting was I

.death. Christian but on her promise that she backache, languor, urinary disorder ,. : fo all the diaeJLses pecofiw to
At he standing suddenlv should not unite with the church; so .
watt there tbere and other/ kldneyUl. .. -' .
:',.11 ,hit around him a Iljsbtlirlfrbtocrtifui the became!' Christian-but!) did not I .
will find lt.M
f ,(comfort lu avomf1t Tq .
,the .Ull and In the uildtt unite with the church. 'I went' on this f -
the word DR.
for about six months and
of that light the brightest and most way you _
} Vjaliderful face and form that Saul bidever know that no really converted! Christian ' .Jane Farrell. of 000 aU DtulWfat8

-- seed appeared.: It was .Tetut. can really be happy, out of .Cbr...- Ocean' Ate.. Jersey
With n cry Saul fell on bIll face to the flan fellowship City N. 3':? who says: 'ci;' '

ground..and; out of the cloud came a TAt the end of six .months cne Saturday "I reiterate all I have FLAKE ,CELERY
voice: plight slie said. 'Hu bRUd, I have .
: saying. "Knul Saul, why perto- said before lu praise .
cutest thou lie?" . been trying for six months to be a pieof DMU' Kidney , __ .t;.. .. "
From a htitnbled inan came buck "->e Christian outside. of the church and 'Ihll.It. '. : "f ,
Pill.. I bad been I"L, 'I' .', '" '
comes answer the""rrflnliliiK/renponse.'1)o) art Thou/ Lord?.*; Back:atJJe ke<'decided a public confession Is .my of mr duty faith If having heavy back- : ''/f\1{;''., .', .F'OOO': ,: ,' .. W. L. DOUGLAS3.8o& ,

. ,.\nd"low from a tharoutflily humbled was angry and I told 'Wife see here when 1 began using them. Jly feet '3.oo sHOESBSr:

't t: 'sIL./'June: the answer "What would liow. I have no Intention of becoming were( swollen, my eyes puffed and He eats the fogd regularly and hat Improved 10 much)I-I. as plump W. L. Doufflati 4.00 Ollt Cde* LJn*'
'r you Lave mn to do?" "Arise; get on a Christian, and I want yon 'to understand dhwty' spells were iunt.Kidney\' as a partridge and getting 10 strong ,1 am deliJthtedtllat: he is again ''cannot oquallexl mt any prte. ,

a: thy feet nnit go |Into nil mucus. and : that If you unite with 'the church action was Irregular and the secretions so well." 'Dr. Price' Food is the Ideal food for children::
; preventssour
thlOrltI1..u shall be told what thou you are nothing more to nie. highly colored. To-day, however, I ama stomach and ....\JIOU_

J, t' .halt do'" H-o arose. and found blui- "Tlmt wa pretty item test to put well woman, and I am confident that constipation ,, ....n.. ,

self totally blind and thus be entered to n loyal wife, but that wife was loyal Doau'a Kidney rills bave'mad Served hot by Wing; srashed wtth behteg mTOt. I .' PIU'
m* so.
fiii. then city where he hnd expected to com: and not only Icyal to i ter husband but : r;
and iue well.1Sotd'by
loyal to God and That are keeping RufrHIou8PaafabIeasy! of Digestion and Readj to.Eal
a* a ..conqueror blind helpless as n man. wife.said, ,I II
i I. cripplewhetp. IIP spent three dny and 'IIusb-ud yon .know tbat I )love yon all dealers. 8ft cents'a bos. tl' .

1" e three nlii 111 i* failing; and praying. But : but I must obey Old, and His Word Is Foster-Mllburn Co., ,Buffalo N. 7. ..M.I'r.,U..e. _..

\ still lie did 'not accept Christ. clear I have made tip Jiiy mind to ';;>" sMeanawar % '
::f. The new Italian: will not ." : .
Christ; sent n certain dlwlplo tn< Rant make a public eoufesslomtt! \of religion: t..r..tamPi
wlUI' the question. ""'by tarrlett thou? I I to-morrow, anti to unite with tbe bear the monarch II. ; Dr.Price.Cba famous foo"nrpart.tha creator of Dr.Price's Cream Baknis Powd.r.sa0.
DeIMIIoua .
! f'; What nre yon walling for You know; church: There U wore Catarrh In tula station of tb. yl.rntlog gsltaotN I
I am tile ROil of God: Vhy don't you I "I was very 'angry and said 'Very countrytnanall other dlneakM pot together. 10 CENTS A PACKACe: M. MUCH. ItQURIIIHIUlfTASTlfIlU AYUOFBItfAD ''+ 4s "baa.s.asssT i

l fI'' ,. arillle and bwJbaptlKed In your acceptance well, wife, then you go your way andI suit until the )last law yean was*up|>o..d tbelnourabl. Th coldest city in
: f.I'- of Me?" 1 go my way: :you are nothing more to ... Jfettttcmtt many y.&n doctor gotten Siberia. ''At the Gpa.Affable.ringerI M

.% I niu\\ going to ask that question ofevery m('.' We both event to our rooms aud, local. remedies aOtMllt it and local disease and iinworllMMl' rl'l-B.S'TU"II': : caa't tefp thinking vat to
by /
"OlUlllUltlyaililOIf tj D'1M!: '
It man nnd woman lu the building. I retired for the night. I could not sleep. rum with local treatment, pronoanrad It lacurnble. manently cured by Dr. r'haVa' ,seen' your picture :somewhre "L O etq =

),, to.IIIht'VlIY; tnrriest thou" At 2 o'clock I cried 'Wife, I am converted !! Bclenue/ naWprovvu Catarrh to be.t Uettorer. ?a trl" I in the newspapers. q-

,:(. TlIPI' nre.n great many in this bnlld- : we will go to church to- constitutional dhow and tber (or esquires Da.H. B. ELlxa ixl., I Icon ':!.!r. Qreatman- ,'no ,doubt. .
V1: "... inff to-nlcht( who la their secret heartsbelieve get her.' constitutionaltreatweuc. J' Hall' Catarrh 1' ,
When lie told that be Congregational core manufactured by If3. Cheney A Co.. "'bt explorer \ no doubt. It's often been published. .
JI. lit Chrltt. but Imvo never.onenJy me was a oI\IQ' .. "
Uolndo;; Onto Is the only constitutional our meal at c.'hitambo. Stranger-Thoa I was not'mistak "
i" professed that faith in Him. Whytarrlc.t : minister and now be is inglory. ult.u .2,10
t be market. It U taken .
on do
: thou.What are you: waiting If that: wife bad waltpd for him Internally iiromlOdropstoateaipooatuL tin.Wlasiow'a Uoothta en. What' ,cere. 'you cured of T-LOB '
ItaoUdlreot* w L ,., uu..r'
Itv for Wliy dorft you accept Christ to. perhaps. neither of them would Lave> .7 I on the blood and mucous! urta o o( tboyMern. letblniraoftenstb4.> don Tit-Bits. ,., _.ooafyo 0 SHOES"'A O-
t. lilr'it Why db m't you publicly! oon- boon converted She went first and They offer( one hundred Ian tot I lcr.aJl.?II t. fees I brought him in. It will come'first any earn It fall*to cure. !tend for circular HICKS' '
t' your acceptance! of Christ to-night? you Better a n'tub/inn: '' \ $ 0 000 ipmvastdiwst e
I'wish it I perhaps will) bring friends and tMttmoalaU.. Address ft J. Casxsz it ( ., ,
were! !' ponslble for me to descend you your bars). .. MI
eanM .. .
(0 ,Toledo, 0. CAPUDINE Into my threa tMtarla*
:" from this pulpit to-night and along. "Suppose they won't come? bold by Dl'UtfJC\lot, TVs. A l>.. ". at Bracken.kMasss." sea show yo. UM &. ..
:' go from srat to teat, from man to man, you say. Then come without them. I Rake ilall' family, Filli forIt's covlaaat: 'OCM&INATtLy CW.&e ear.wthwkka.very. pair ai aaba*..ami*.yawould >\
woman to woman .who has not publicly bad rather go to Heaven alone than go i happened the other i HEADACHES raaaize why W. L. Dourlas use sbaa-.

d'w I accepted! Christ and pnt to them the!' to hell!! in company. If I were not'a son known oilmen's her and wife, whose, MOt fit battar.Mar lioN mrmitriasle Nkg aaa...->. '
I ; ..
t4f-: ?, .iup..tlon. "'Vh,...tllt'rled thou?', Christian to-night and not another person a who whento Such accidents, re Je .COLDs .. vain.Usan U.-O....

t,. f- Uicllere thnt If I could do FO..thnt: started for lIP a" n to-night.( I ask his father for mom.ey. . ". -. rears in all parts of ; It .10 r __gfI w. L...D.. ..:1411.....IIt.M. ..-."" ... I S

almost every unnn and woman who Is would start though I started alone. little to tbe aum-total lop IOa. M...,.. a.eOr '. $"
Men and women don't WASHINGTON, D. Cil leaping ins, at compared with OAUTION.-WeIo'.nfa" :tk..
Ii out of Christ in this great building ; you knptv yon ''. .>
I :';": would be brought to IIlui tonight: But are lost? Oil. yet. Doift you knowthat forward to a place nmoncr: the prent; ; drive of the to diaeaaet. ,1 I 'You'' .CANNOTCURE, las wttb.bowk... hi Txfca news. no and.aNlrlhl.prlaa stsmMd.. Man am.tnrtoou(...'- I

that i I" Impossible, so the!' next best Jesus Christ died for your sins capitals' of the work Invest your, The many women i i., fax Catarfffi'l*MWfV. .*//eel awar traaaav"Writ .:
thing to 1o is for you to forget that I Yes. Don't you know that if you accept money then.. Itjivill prow faster than the coming race U to street't *tat UI&r.. wwjiro.t. ; t r;
W.THE' K. JH)1J __
Him lie would ? "
save to-night
.;j. am spenklnK to a Iir1'lOot.conrrl'ltoUolI: yow anywhere else on earth. You can sn- answer may well b*
' here, nnd Just think ,-on.8nd bare, has 1'eaiWell Mm. Blanche E. t
tag 1\l>er oifal' trilk together, and that will you accept Him? Will euro an interest in the United State'sRealty 42nd Ave. XJhicago, << DAISY FLY KILLER :.:: '

l I am asking the question' inn accept Him Will you accept Company's immense real estate Dent Greeft lawyer of --*.w,7- ..tlff, Yrr" "

And while ant asking that question Him Feeling or no feeling; teRn or holdings, largely: upon famous In a recent letter inflamed,ulcerated and "atarrhal con *"* ** .-. b 4 .'.
S after tbe birth of ditlons of Ute --5- .a
I want everybody to draw near: in no tear, agony or no agony, will yon PennsylvaniaAvenue. the 'Avenue yean constantly witb '' mucous men.cane such a* -! '
: nasal catarrb.uterIne l'
prayer: for a few moment, ni the end receive Him upon .which the White House and capitol wear r coraet. 1 alto by feminine ills sore throat caused ::ry ': 3
'of which time I shall bare )"ourIIonl'lIt bearing. down sore, u
are located' by paying $3
mouth Inflamed .
per or
, .'..answer. Let us have a few moments The TfMhar't ItaUtloa. rehire Mr husband eyes by simply: w..a. s +F
month a $110 investment $5 tbe stomach. _
of perfect silence. \Vhy-tarrleet-thou It wn said ot a good Christian min.' on .per doll... on tie beet ; But r u..,. h
+ IPerteet.llenre for1 a few moment.] !Inter tbRtr'htrevet be Went be made I month on a $220 investment", or $10 vail. Tbe last one you surely can curs these stubborn .:. .

I, r, I know whfat\tlie>,nnswer! of some of popple fall In love with the Lord Jesus per month on a $550; in\'eclmcnt., We tion. but the to this 1 ) affections by local treatment with ,( .+ .
you Is. It-1. "I am waiting until 1 Christ Evidently he bad the right .|.ay .J'OIl' dividends ocr, full amount' Wine on ef l rdui." and of a P xtlne'Tollet Antiseptic "

r am convinced and "ust 1I1I.lIIoon as I sort of religion. It would be well If all vubscribed for from thus first pay- that from the nry'a.. destroys .Y' Bff:

4 i am convinced that tbe Bible it the Sunday-school teachers 'bad the same ideal is made and' your family Improve,, I now look & the diseasegermschecks "ro'jJ''S' IlrlokM1
kind. There / Rroteet : .., stop pain and teals the c
.F Word ot Cod and that Jesus Chrl.t.j"the are some people. Chrl> in ease) of death 'You eat well a.nee.-
; Son of God I will acc .pt Jesus.. Slaps too godly and conscientious who can buy pt'n.' ; and soreness. : .t

Now' to.every; one lucre who makes ''Ive.honestly.asd uprightly and .who at $110 per share if you act quiek. Cardiff tri .'pure, tine represents the' most successful It.tad' cs a penoaaoa. .. *Stose wit A< '
active in but do I'rieo.wiU advance to-$200 before June medicine for all the treatment for femlnirto Ills ever ,... ,''
that answer, I will make the offer: If are good works wli;x Ujoto (.4* TrlalmsUaUMit < :?,
Jt relieve
cc you will coin to me at the! end of this not( 'make people Tall In lore', with '- Oth,. 1000. This investment sold, to women.function Bold at all! Thousands of women testify. I. siwn(nv.Kotlilavcaat bafafair '

meeting will bow yon with absolute Curlfct./ It was said! of a.very earnest white people only' Send for free booklet bottlt. ., . J this fact. 50 cents at druggists*.', an. t .. ,.r .

certainty that Jesus. Christ 1*'the Son Church:
of of God.God, and JXowif that yooarreally tb>.Bible I1 the an hdnen.Word pOle never be mame is a }Christian; tblnk, but of Christ.somehow" Yet he 'State. Realty!' Co.. Washington D. C. I tell There newViwrier.*r* BO on .the, : frAXTOH: C
: keBtto-you-will accept*tbat offer.If ore,there not too r many 'inch church I' ... --, I .I

r r-1; ,,yon don't:> ccept. .. t..doo't/Jto aronud membersTlie teacher ought !hat ,

/miry; M.rjag. :roo'are'''. ... skeptlci yon,"re.uot. a religion, tint will sank other people U

m m'skeptic yon are only a bumbup, think of Christ .It should be a sunny

1't Of course if yon am a JUne.quJJbll'1', religion. Christ was the light of the PlanTaffon tiM ghIIIIiiI is Guaranteed

t "' .i bar no tlm&:to jwute on-j>oii. 'Rut It ,,'ol'ld..u should\ be a joycjfeligion. :

t 'you are nn' boUMf wUepths'I[ lia%.. all fcr Clrrlst'iviis1 _

,'the time In the AJ\"orld for you.: ''Bdtlet should: he a re1I loa of love for Christ i '

:t co-nay right here,,that I tar let toN was all love > 6 :
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.-LIIi i1. ii ,. (o Polk County, Florida. sad M hall. Public Road Notice.
: PRIMARY IfCTImt! : 'It.".It's principal offies In the towsj of Calm .to :
the county of Msr/oib end 8tee of Flurtda. .A Plat of the Proposed. Chtuiga. hi the Pleasant ANNEX SALOON WandoJla.To

...4a.'t. Hill Koad la Tp. M r t*.
ARTICLE IL Notice .Is hereby Alva that ft Is the Isitontlrarf ,
w. I
:.!., 11/ 101 I Th......... nature of the-bualnees to be transacted the Board of County Ccenrnliiak-iMre of Ososola .....
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d ." by till corporation shell be the manufacture County,.Florida, at the next regular. mseUngof' ,

I' 'TOTA ',1 and Ml I.of all kinds' qualities and description* of said 1 1 Board to'be held eej Monday the 4U| .ales of ,
', SANDIDATE3', w 4 i i'J :n.vl.totw" ernes. ties, shlncles and lumbar the J una, A. D. 1R4. to change the routs" of the public" ,

", !d.. 1 S! "'I 101 farming, buying, eelllng or reflnlns of crude sum 1 road. to Pleasant Hill In T9. ... I r III .. as recorded 'C My Friends and '.

F4 rn U' t. a U PI 44 "'I I and other Itrude produoU from pine tree and In Book I of the Minutes ef aald Board on ,i ,

. --Y----I plno wood;the building and operating- of railroad 1 page Z1L .. as tone' as follows ...eCommencing . ,'
." .J.--' '-. ., .' and tram vo.lla!! to be.used In connection with amid I4 chains west' the halllieelake "'"

,' ' business, the. aid ruada not to be ....... as common on section line.between_fl.ctions 8 and Iconpresent f \ .' Public Generally11I11vt
}tepee.entatlve In Cobgreer l-i.: )--'l' ' carrfora: the .,..........ufnoney and the taking of road, thence to run weet along 'said see < / fh.e.

'. Er.okClark. . . .. . . ; 152 12 11 1// 12 ,16. 7 1. 235' property or other ad equate eeeurtt? therefor the I tie line to the northeast corner' of the nw 1-4 of .

'Jtath'oad CQmml'llon8'r: 4" 'buJ>lnc. aellinir; handling and IB anywise' dealing nw 1-4 of See. IT. thence to run south -4egtees,
\. Thol1l..r.'APPleyar4-' ]0 2'" 6 .1-11. 6 9 :v,7. 172 ID all kinds'01\menhandlsst'I'hvleeala' retail at west 45..hal".nd 116 links to the o..half mile .

Rei B. Belle . . . . 6H'\ ''. 1. I, 6' 3\\ -2 6 $dM ion oommuwion.. This corporation shall ales H.v* stake on section line between sections 17 and 18 '

Atewtoa a. alltch ,: . !Il6 II' (I,' 1/i./ 6 '10 8 II' the power to hold. buy* own, control develop avll. thence south along said section line 40 chains to purchased Metcnirs) Annex Saloon) in Orlando,

IlullltGn Burr. . . . 86. 'l I ( 24J 21 ,8 6 61' 136' ,ooovey luaaa or reload l mortgage; 'pledicschanira. ;' .>* section corner being the southwest corner of Beo rl

u.tlce' Supreme lourt.f I" 12l 1 -f .\improvsor oth 12\ all
\ to
Tbom.'L. Clark . 82 fi 6 '6 'i6 of both real and paraonal property of any*'ntttur* Section. 1.and 20. S2 1-4 ch.lnJ tog dead . give. )prompt .

harle.Q.P.rkhlll"1 811 3i ';'" I 6 2 61 11,1Jame. and kind whatsoever .nd' do all. other thine"nocttesary. pins tree.tandinguetnorth of a cypress swamp

L3. WI\II.Oel. . .... 91 ,41 ,tj I, 9 41 8 11.. i, Hq appropriate, convenient. fir InclUontal thence south W degrees east to a p,1. I stake f 1-4 WhiskeyVlne;; or'' lleer.entruKled to me; and In-:

For ltepreotath'el r : ." I to the purnos hnin.tatad' ;.tor.c.IwpWmantfor chains, being just eopth ..I.n opal tI or crossing j, ' t' ,
Arthur E' J Donegan . ",.:. ,,198' HI l{;:, 16I .211 27 R 3.1N..C. -) all or any portion of Its capital stock..ubecrlbed'lur In said cypress swamp, thence. south K 1-4 degrees veto their

Bryan . . _. .,' 11'" Ui 16 '18' .111','j5 3 2 190I In money property iabor'or services at a west fourteen. chain's and 17 1-2 links to aaldsection .allny former-patrons foI, limke myr' place

I :For Tax: Collector: k'\ \ JU.I valuation thereof to be Axed by the Board of line between. secelons 19 and 80 to a pine "
O. L". 13spdy. . :,. . R '' .172 lb 1615\ I 18 10 : 7 \" 27.2f tlreuturs and to have and exercise! any other tree on said _LIOn line just south of said cyprses )hondqimrters whe'ii In Orlando. . t a

n.'N\nratlpn''f' '; '? 138 ..14 171) 3J: .Pj 2. '1 ,3 217ErOfTaJtAueuor power aa may be necessary and convenient for swamp thence south slang aid section line ill .

; I \ \ the aeveral businesses hereby intended to be ear chslns to the southwest corner section post of see - ..... _..:
. . .. . 23'lZII 21 ' 31 : '9 406 .. : ':' "- - -: - : -
.1. LuOverstreet rlod on by aid corporation. The foregoing clauses lion 20 thence south along the section line between < .
CouutJ' Treasurer: I. ., III and 30, 40 chain the 14 mile ,
Fur \ ) herein aet forth aball bt construed{ aa independent to stakeon ... "
s..n, Oilbertl'Sr./r. 221i 186, 3.4 12 23, 26' U '.,'1' 3113 bu.ln_ and power, and the, enumeration of said section line thence east 8-4 chains! to 'present . LOWEST PRICES . >: .... -_

Fur County Surveyor: .,. I . poclllc. business or shsll not M belt to roadbed, and to establish. said clanged routs aa a . ,
OUger . . ,,;: .,. .. .,. .. 16. .", : . . . . . . : ; 16 any limit orYwstrlot In power other bualneaa public road.Wltnesa 'I. *

Allen I'Deock. . ...1.. . .. .,,. >. .:'I" .j 881.. . . ... '-. ,'.,,38 or power of this any corporation.manner any Thla. corporation my hand as .,,-oIIelo Clerk of said .. BY JTWE. GALLON ,'. .'.,: . .

.SuPr'JI.or.of'.1teal..ratloD: : ,I..t'' shall aim have the _a.- ,own and deal In atocks Board and the official seal of said Board this 11th t : ,' .
-r.A.L..ncal1.e..1.; 100 17 12/ 16' 19 8 ,}f 30'Co i and bond., of corporations and to represent day of May A. U' 19UO. '
finer : \
:: Com. Dist No. 1. .' I 1" : ''j' and vote, sucR stock at .UxkjoWonie( .tlnira, to '' [Seal] E. L. LESLEY : RYE from $2.00 up/, ;/
315CorComr 1' .
Walter l3au'Sr . .. . UI'7' ''16 ;12 :16 26 22 to t'" : ,
In qf the business. entniwratad hares ?0'4t Clerk Circuit Court Osceola Co.. F'la: '
161 :... engage ahy **, "
: Joba NO. 2: .. 126 23, 6 30'1 :: 13 ".2 27 .:. 9 : 2M hi a** paKmri,, ;\th'others, be they corporations. and Public Road Notice. :"':-, CORN from $2.00up,;:'< :/?., .:[> .

:. S. Acree .. . . ...tU 22 III, 3 12 2. ,.. J S4'I or Indivlduala andgeperallybluv..xerch '
: .e. 61 enjoy all the rlghtaJpowera; and privilege of corporationa Notice Is hereby given that It Is the Intention *
N t GIN 2.00
: .
'I 3 from
-CO. ColD. Dtet o. : .- up
for proflt..organised and existing: Binder .
of the D..rd..1 County Commissioners of Osceola
PS J. S. Stratton?. ., .,. . 112 JD, 11 .33 26 211 27 D .313 .'
he laws of thy. State o'f Florida. Flurlda.t the next regular meeting of (
.\V., U. fallll.t..... 9-1 1G HI 2 3 2 1 140'ebo County : a
5.. .., .. . laid Board to be held on' Monday, the 4th day of GOOD'Se
Com.'Dtlt.'No. 4: { ; .
; ,
..W..l iTudwio.c:'.:.. ....., 158 .. 1 :{ :__1t1 ,3$.: _.22 ......- =-.... .. 21lf. '.' ..Iuo..l- change the public road. from J. S.Wslkrr'astora . ,
.J.3j\9r' X41 *Amount of;the efpltal II CIr! of the aWemponttoh VI the BmslngOr warehouse as it : -, .*i,. .
1 Diet 6rI'
-Co. ('om. No : f : :
'S.U"W.lker.. . . . .. 158 13., l0 '2! }I ..9" ', 279.9ohoo1 ahall .be fifty thousarfd dollars' uro.(IOO'). noW runs through the nw 1-4 of nw 1-4'of. Hectlon IN PRO'POR.TroN--
i 30'1' \ ' divided Into Aye hondntf (6(101 aharea. each of the lain To. SSsrKSe, so as to run as follows. : Be. _
oard-Dtllt.'No.. 1: 1 par value of one hundred dnllura (5100'),''" be paid] at the of said forty and ........ .,. ... '
ginning ne corner running -
< st3tBchowl -
18 7 17 8
28f': -
w. C. l3isa I ...... .'. . . 182 21; for' In caah, property, labor or aervlcee "a. herein -
1-Ij thence west 20. chain. to the nw corner of r

J.EBrowb!: l noard-Dllt., I.. . No.. .2.. .. 113. 7 181 ;r 6'5:: 10, 7'. . 181'Schoul provided and upon such temi..nd condition aa said. forty acre tract, to establish "said proposed. 'IVHh thanks for favors aiul a
be determined Boa..f, Director ala many past
-PIL 3: II'l' l"r ,. may ...ute.. the public road. and JIb discontinue the. ,

;W. Board W. Chandler h(6.. .. . .If. '18 8, ,.7 12 21 ..30 7 245 herein provided far '. ,. present, road. .e continuance of ?
42 1'28lien IV. Witness my hand aa .exol lcb Clerk of said soliciting a i your patronage -
'j, Wal.eyStmmone. . .. . gl .2. .1W 91. .r.. I .ARTICLE .
1 Board and u.-I of rid Board thfa'11th dsy of
: Dem. Ex. Com. ,.Dllt.1; : t fJ. ; ; '
156 . ..r.t': .:. ...1 : .".'. . 165E. ; The term which eal.\l."rporatl..ia shall xUthall May A. O. 1906 E. L. LESLEY. 1 am '
. .. . . }; ; ,
c. W Grifn'. ' t. _... ,
.. be fifty __._ _, ,_. __ _
I ,. D I.....let. No 2- ,._ ..t. y .. .... -- (Seal, ]. "..Clerk.circuit: urt. OsceoU, Cow. Fla. ,- --,---. .- ... .. -- ---. ;.- '

... -L. D.Over.treel. .. . . . 1. . .' .. .' . . ..'f, .. .I. ;. 17lfor ARTICLE V. ----- ---- --- Yours truly .
rl I" .. f'I Notice of Application For Tax ; '.- _
Constable '
: j. eorporatkin;
f... .1. WI.Jubn.on :.. . . . . . d., . . . . ." .J I 34l... .. -'. '. : 35 The; business by the following amid officer*! One ahall President be oon'd'lted Deed Under Section 8 of 11 -R. _
., No. 4 ' :1" : .
.Jul\lce. of 'foace, : .
rl, A. Dartnw. . . . . . . ... ... r-on...... . .. ..:. . 21 one Vlc.-Pteaident-on.Secretaryand' and Treasurer Chapter 4888. L'aws.of( T. -" EUT.L. ER:
"fl and a &oard of threw Diracwra| such other of /
W, .. Florida .
. :_ t tom aa may .be deemed nocesasry and determined .
,l .- ''''' from time to time; by'Ui&Board' of Directors. The Notice II hereby given thulrV" J. BinnnowTIIIIN -
log fee of W.OO. at "New offtoe'bf amLTreaKurer. maybe held bythe hnser' of Tax LrrtlftVaM. No liM: I..ft..t- .
Step Secretary
over : ...... has '
FLORIDA COMING.. York allowed.! ',.."'t are per-oo.h the discretion of the Board of tiled I said. ptrMliiiitv In nit. m..e..u Ttit* made JUG TRADE A .SPECIALTY.
-.'Directors. Th. mimlitir of membem. of the Band Nppn.| "| -Htlun fur tax U-uil to IsNueUr accorderwewith
DENVER COL.-Very low .nate.- .
laidSNIl / ,
of Directors be changed. tft time aa maybe ,
may any
Tickets sale 9tll' to14LhUnolutive I "' eerHflomenibrs> ( -**lhefol'owlnyde' .
Blossoms And on July I for the of tIM said ---- -- - --- - _=- -- -
Of provided by byjawe -
The Land Orange oorpora'iton. embed (properly sftiist.'d iii .One-cola comity, -- .
'"' with Unal limit August 2JA.. The directors ahall 'be eloctod U serve for hlnrlilH. t",nit:' .s' / :
Leon will of the1atoekholdera.. Th.el..tlon *'Hw !14 of .H /H 8p ttftn Hi. Ti| S% H R 30: EIhuiiKl'l .
Partidpate. by
Ponce de Stop-overa allowed at Colorado com this torn on. year / laud; IK Inii a.M-K.e mon polou. Variable routes beyond to be held on the t.rot ilonday of April 'ofeach li-piiHiiot 1 uf">u<'h rortl0mlw. In like) UMIIMB of
of tbe and shall be vleotrd bi the"directoWlmnuidlately K K. K. ,< .
Florida, the great cigar State year the| ofiloera n" Ag
0- Si. Louis. Unli'HK' jtilcl cortlflciitra elicit, bo redeemed! aci LI IQU I ORS
Is latest to fall In line for the after the tlinionof the thereon
4;: .o\ilb, o i nlliurt" law Ux deed wllllsmie milh
Jamestown She 'will!' HOT SPnlNQa, VA.-Uate of onefare ditWlors by the atock-liolderi. 'Th dlreclD..ballI.v.llIll | .- >ritMa> oi Mh>. A. n. lisle ,
; Exposition. plus 25 ceiitr for the round trip. ) power to adopt by-lawa'fjr: .the controlof t\ iMfs inv nnirlii slgt attire and seal this ,
expend $25oooio a building and exhibit. the ai6corpor.llun7an1 thereafter at .'l"KALl the :.Mill' dny o/ April A. l>. Imw<
anytime .
Tickets on sale June tht KKh; 11th, K I. IKHI.KV.
.' Cot Thomas J.- L. l JJrown, prealdent to amend: alter. modify; or reeled aid. by Clerk cfri-tllijouct( .
with final limit June 10th. Kxiensloi. Onrcola County, Florlila: .
lawa. .
Florida commission 4 '
of the State
"*'.-Ito the Jamestown' Bxposftlpn{ while in of limit to July 4th may be had. The 'u.m.11. the officers who are to conduct thebu.l toy..W. 8, HAHWEI.I.. D. U'r ALL .THE LEADING BRANDS OF .
of said potation until those elected tit ;
KNOXV.1LLE TENN.-Hate of one
I?1', :Norfolk last week,',l..lteA tha. James1 fare plus 25 cents for the roUud trip. the first election shall have Qualified are"aa fol Notice ot( Application:ForT x .' I I .

town Exposition grounds and ;selected low.: X' Deed Under Section 8 ot '

site for the Florida show building.' 'TickvtoolaleJuneU', 18, 19.' 23d, :. .' OFFICERS. oY ' ,
jst .
Chapter WHISKIlESImported
24,' 30, and July 7, 14 und 15, with I I
Expo.lon t
Like tUltor to the I'
? every final limit 15 days from date of ,aale.Extension Q. A.Pettoway. Preeldent.L. Florida.

L grounds.. Col. Brown was enchaot7 of !limit to Sept. 30th Borne. Vlce-IVealdent. Votlret* hereby given tha' /. M. Qardnor, .
; -d"with the location of the tor-Cent- maybe H. H. I'eti.w.y. Sect. and. Treasurer.G. . liu'rohsser of Tat Cf rtulcste No MV. loud tn. --
had by depositing) tlclcet'and pay. , . .. r.t day o( Julv A D. 111I., bee H d old l PHJHpsie i. ,.r
|;lenntal: site.. lag fee.. .DIRECI'ORS: In nir oAlr./ 4., .and has. marie apnlli'atlou \

/,.' Ml l>a..,e been to all" the expositions' LKXINGTOtf.? /.--Rat.e.of -'onefare'plus .. .:A, Pettoway, U Borne H. H'Pettnny.: for said tax oertltlmle deed to frnnG-aro.vmOrscws the Mnnce following with law d.... "

K'- fcoth' In" : their\*formative been'finished st ifesrt I ,h.reJlteverseenBitewhlcb'lnopieasedt'end 25 tents for the'roundt. tripe, .: [ 4fi.t: %:, -'i\\ rrilM-Florida,property to-..'It\) J,. ,'situated.,|'It t' 'Osceola""' s,!feJ d'county;'vMiaeKfHrglnnlng i' ':and :Domestic Wines, ; Ports.iSlierrlcs!? > "

[" after they haVe I :Tclf( :! ;J, oa> ale ,July 29th 3Otb 'aDd .';,tTt>e highest amount of endebtodneas or j liabilityto / f' at tw oar, lx>t II.'' lorllrI8.'1Io..lh JSfelmlfn'"i IT i :.

: Au.. utl l;..wiih llnai limit Auif nut 6ih.lXlrlaVlLLE. .' which Ui. said corporation. J hairj at, any!t timedabJactitesU.h.lllrtb.7arnwfnti s VriirTiUItiiMroHil.41d....a no ltn.4Rd"II UuN'surtjer.of, 7ft f$Klsnlmmve. D47d".i'w ,' :; ngcHca.. ;' Clarets I Saiiterno/llliInSWlnfe'--\ I , : Jfifp'

> -tithUoaa.: on the shore* ofliamptonTb ) :\ ..' iY.-Llate1: : : of'one:\ ;; .. j of'',tta capital w. n., s4Jdi-g. w7h ft" .i", '" /" ,""'' AT ' \ iJ"H'Wm afi.i ' p
, Qa\l.\ tpfii plus :25 cents for, the round trip.\ atockT. 'r\--\ : '; >'".; V 1' The 11111 1 'landbeliiK ..w..M'.I the ditto of : :Iniporlcd) aiil( Domestic BraiilleswOIns Rum "
F the IxKiiam e ol suvh t-rlinuate ,lu the name ofL.I,1e1.y.J ,
11ketn sale June 10 11. 12. wkh ARTICLE;: VII. ,
!' e-a; Is ample room for; a world''tiar on ,' T.
UnallimliJune23. Extension of limitto CHICKS said ;crrtlflrat shall he r "ivleemd
which'would, Include (ripe be tbat July 23d: be bad by depost.lntr The .i< may
t\: Ibe'eouDtrlesTcan. show aodat 'tba'ftinM of subscribing irfeokvorators and the amountof nit th.. bib diy of Junv.'A. U, 11NM.Witness .
ail ticket and unvinj- capita] stock aubseribed by each are a* 'follows my .
time bone of,,t.bole ,,(frd wattes TENNr-Uateof one 41h day 0' Juiu A, l I'. nags\ ,WhIskies.'THEFAMOUS.'
1 fare plus 'i> cents for the round trip [SHAII t E.: L Lr-BLKY.
,of distance such as)narked Chlongo .
G. A. Fettayray Qcala Florida, one hundred andtw.niyfiv.ehan. Clerk ClrouitConrtnwvola ,
'., ceftatoseItRJ19 and HA Louis still Ticket on sail June 10, 11, 12, 18. Ill, .. { pv W, W!.'i..FI..rld.. ::1
t.o a ',
'JO, July 5, 6. 7, with final limit 15 days :
----- -
L. Home, "'r4a. hundred
Ocala one ,
: more, Th *oouipafltoes .of an from date of sale. Extension. of limit .h...... J. W. SIMPSON, .
DIt .
tpodttojcrls a prime factor In, \iti 'su6fS in fey be had -
NEW HAVEN CONN.-Rate of 'H. H. Pettoway Loughman Florida fivesham. :, ,. Cream of Kentucky
.. fare sale .. DENrIG .
one plus 100. Tickets on .
>*A: great ''manjr people ''scatteredriround STATE!: (ff .CnrHtuh'H' -
Inclusive. .
June 2d to Cth Final limit: FLORIDA.I aa.. OMlw over Osoeola'I'harmaeyt RyeEcho .
the ground at ';... Louis could June 9ih. Extension: of limit to June X>UNTY.OP MARION 9 to 12

.not destroy, the ttnpresslori of' biirrec'i ao may be had. I Before me the undersigned.officer.duly authoris OFFICE I Iou S. } 1:30: a. t.o m..o p' m.m.- Spring Bye

ness; :a' similar' ,, number of peoplojhere SAN FrtANCISOO anti LOS AN- ed to take acknowledgement of deed., personallyappeared Telephone No. 16_Jun b. lyr. Lebanon Club) Bourbon
GJoL" CAL'arv.luw rate on account O. A. Pettoway to me well known to be i

would throng the grounds and a.crowd'le of Notional Educational. ABHOcUtlon. the, p"deecribed In; and who subscribed his A. VANS AGNEW, Wilkes .County; Corn !t

,. always attraction. Tickets, on,BalO June 24th; to name to, and who exeeutod'the foregoing instru* p e'I BODTOEB

"Umtnatlair the 'evidences oft July Cih Inclusive, Find Umlt B-pi. rnent. and acknowlodged. that he executed the ATTORNEY LAW... ..., i Old harvest, Coni
AT .
; >u lid lot's which are ''to', be seen at 15th. Stop-uvers allowed' and .low ..m.lor the usea and purposes therein expressed.Witness I I NOTARY PUBLIC I 1- ,
"side trrtin obtainable. j tri and.nd official anal at Ocala' In -\ AND m
'Wlotl'ohb.. r u ; the'whole. '
i s many I TUSCALOO.SA, ALA.-Hate of one the county aforesaid this 11th day of April. A. D.
m ,.UAlloolted like splendidly: arrao-ed 25 repute for the rojnd trip. 1S06. KlSSlMAf, .E. FLA. ;

park system and nature has. certainly. Tickets on sale June 12. 13, 16, 18, 23: (Seal) , E. K, NELSON*. BARLEY MALT

.dona wonders for you ( 25. Julv 2. 7, and, ,.wlih Hn-al limit 15 Notary' Public. State of Florida.My J M. WILLSON, JR., OF -
>' days from date of sain. Extension of _. e Distilled for
.commission.xpires May 10. 1 especially(
,I', 1" "Sa tarae Florida 1 I.coiloerned, we limit may be had.WASHINGTON. (NOTARY PUBLIC... l lSTATE

,hall ba\e' an'exhibit'' which will D. C.-IUte of STATE ARKANSAS) '**' I AT LARG ;...1' BOTTLED medicinal use.

...oballenge: sompariaon with that made one fare plus 25 cents for the round COUNTY OF GARLAND.) Real Estate Agent.' I BEER
;" Florida bell- trip. ,Ticket*' on'Bale June 29 July .2, Before me. the undersigned offices, duly author '
ft by aeyl3tltu: or natloa.. 3. with foal Unfit July 11th. Extension .ised. to take acknowledgement( deeds. personally KISSIMMEE.. ,, FLORIDA I \I. '

J/; .Levee. In Expositions: of limit to August ijij may be appeared. L. rioma, to m'i well known" .be the -. I CANADA MALT '

'fJ. 'The legislature prsetioallysubetdlx- had.WASHINGTON person described In and who subscribed his. name X M. RIVERS M. U.

", ed the State Fair association of t vhlcllfire ) D. C.r-Low rate to, and who executed' ; the 1ln. 1a.trument. e Physician and Surgeon.: IR and other
'' summer excursion. on sale daily with and acknowledged. that executed the aame for DRUG COMPANY. lies brands of
" .1 am and $
the.wayf among DOZEH
..,.otberthlogeofere915,000 Pf8'.ldel1t each final. limit October 31, the uses aid purposes therein. ."p +d. PHONES-Office. ,; 41, Residence S3KISSIMIIEC Whiskey too numerous .
1 : year, For further lofoL-mullon apply o to Witness my hand and official east at Hot Springs FLA.
for cash prlies'to; this! .aam, the fair nearest agent, or J. O. Kirkland, D. Arkansas In the county' aforesaid this 14th day ol to mention.Whiskey ,

:association. ad5e another"' '10.000 : P. ,A, Tampa, Kla. April. A. D. 1806 : WEE-CON. .
... (Soal) C. W. FRY. DR. LESLEY w.
< a"kJm -- -" f "
f making .IMOOOtb all+ quite 9 : Notary Public. SPECIALIST .
fflelent to Induce the beat exhibitorsr'oome Notice of lemon to Apply For ,
My commission expires'JI'IOth! 191O. EYE NOSK .

... *forward" _" .. - Letters, Patent. STATE OF FLORIDA i !Private Hospital 1. American National Bottled in Boudr"

.... .,f1 ui ," .. COUNTYOF'OSCEOLA\ *** ; Bank Bld.g.; Tampa Fla. J .. .
Notice to .hereby give that the undersigned\ will I .
'hwrsioo'Rates Via I Before mm the undersigned\ officer duly author
A. C.
. sap i apply,to the Governor the 8tate of Florida, at I, The Life
to take acknowledgement of deeds, lnaMrspce'muddle '
.. Tallahassee,on the Wth day'of May A. D -. I bxid p.naallyapCesred Bass's Ale Guimiess's Stout J
-2XJ :ATHENS O A.-Rate of one fare % '' H.H. Pettowayv to me well known to be has started the publlo'tothinkolog. -! ,
I .
for Letter Patent "Ineorporatln the P.tlaway' .
1 '
Juoe the person described h? and who subscribed his wonderful ) that hat .
plwt K cents. Ticket, on sale Naval Stores Company"undue the followtnv pro- I The success ...

'::Jd'Uth..2Gt.I .:20th, 30h.( \;'July 2d, 9tb pad charter the original of which .Is BOW on flU, and who exeeutdthe that he foregoing executed tnetrument.and'acknowledgd thesame *j, met Its crusade Ballard's'on Horehound Coughs, Influenza Syrup In .. LOWESTPRICES. BY'. THE GALLON '"

; rand }6lfa final limit 13 from laUteoffloeof the Secretary of State of the State I ,
with for the uses and purposes therein expressed.Witness .. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary '
.'late of sale::,.*.Extension, bt, limit to of. Florida. :I my hand and official seal at Klaslmmee" I t.roubea-baa started the piTbliotoIbinklDK :E: from. MyL..OQ 'U.p '. "
our names thin 4th day of April. A. D. :
,,fieptv 30tb may be bad.ASHVILLK .: 1KM. I In the county' aforesaid this 4th daV of April A. IX1W6 of this wonderful prepa ', '4 CORN: : : flroaaa J$S.OO I' .
> all It. Join up
P. A. VANS AGNEW. ration. They are using .
N.'C.-Rate one '
;' ,' of C. A/ ,- :TTEWAY./: ,
(Seal) Notary PublicMy the procession land down with alccne .
.J far alai 25 May for, the round\ 'trip..Tickets "'. -. *H.HJ HORNE. commission" expires Jfiily U 19OT, r- ..r :Price 25c, *0o and-'tl.OO. I 7 GIN.: "from, 1$2.00 "Up .'0- .

,t 'on'sale. June: 7th;;'8th,'''th, 14th I : PBTTKWAV.PROPOSED ; ,I.

K.P, :., SHVILLK' ;' N. .C.-Hate-, of ,pee OFPETTKWAT Has Stood, Thle:: Test. 25 YearsGrove's . .

;' ..4are'pl"] 25 ent*> for the round "trip KAVAC STORES! C "PUT., )I I I'

.floketevon .. ./Jane 20tb, 27th, 28t.hl The suds....nod hereby assoebite t.h......... i' .' .
....u.-r for the purpose of becomingrneorporated : t"I
_ith'idallimitJuly"10th. W.
and fomlnt atoorporaUon un..r.hd bp'ri.of 4 H. METCALF.CO.' :

.'J, BO6TON MASS.-Babe(of one far the Ia_ell Us State" FVirUa.! with .;net under .. I
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