The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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BIG SAWMILL' TOBEWCATEDHCRE It Is made the duty'" of any sheriff SPttCH OF' HON. 'C- ''J I I should,;'therefore,'be the duty aa. well \1". '

deputy sheriff or constable to take as1' the'pleasure of every bank: or
such person before the nearest banker to- uphold the law in every t
r justice of the ,peace,. whether It ,It in CARSON TO BANKERS. stimulate officers to'' the And See .

hat justice's-district or not, whose enforcement of the law, to Inculcate a ,
., duty It.t(Is to swear the drunken personas proper respect for the law-la short All
Ii, Men Boob as he Is sober enough 'to I'A Banker's Responsibilities and' Relations to elevate and purify the comm.rcl.1.nd ) F Sorts .
r i local, Business and Turpentine know what he is doing, If when he Is' moral' atmosphere of his community ree.wCJ1

arrested he Is to drunk too know and the By so doing( he. renders a .-
Operators Forming $100,000 take his testimony In writing aj to I .to Community., genuine serrioeto mankind nod adds Of ; J: ,

where he !got the liquor. If he refuses I We excerp the following ''speech stability to his own Institution.. \ , .'. t\\
Stock Company.A to tell the justice. shall commit j before Nob many years ago the word"graft" :
delivered Hon. C. A. Carson -
him for until be does unknown. Now
contempt was every .
large new mill deal It !la progress tell.wail testimony shall be received the Bankers Convention' "at At- body knows what It means. Then the aDd 1ft aLa I id
Y, this morning, the full particulars of In court on the trial of the person who !antic Beach, from the Chicago'Bank.Sr crimes against honesty and decency' 1

which: we bad hoped to,be'able to give bad violated the law in letting the of June 15th: In government both legislative and For

to our readers In Ebb Issue but owing drunken person have It. When I wa asked to address' executive: ,' and business, probably, , 1
It is made' crime under severe existed to a greater extent Standard1
a thanthev
t.. the will Association '.' this time.naturally New : '
v, to certain legal delay papers do ,
'r penalty.Jor any person /give any the first impulse was .to de- todaybut the aroused public conscience -
l not be fully signed until this ,after person: who Is addicted to the habit, with thanks. Then the thought had'toot made the crime so :
noon, We are however' liberty to liquor or .eU.It. ,to him, after they cline people are born odleu.'-had not ooined the word to fit .
local business have been notified by any relative came to me that some it. Wonderful Is the Influence of a ,
that a number of our with honor people achieve honor .
say Sheets "
not to do soi For Instance a personhere few,strong and fearless men In arous- Fashion
M.William have it thrust "h m. '
with W.
men have combined can notify any of the Pcn acola and some upon ing the public conscience and in Men's
&; Co;, who 'own the bodyof dealers not to sell to. any of theirrelatives If[ honor-?for address Indeed It such Is an an honor august to. purifying the atmosphere. It Is useless -
be asked to
timber known as the pad -ett &; here, and It's no .,more t.hI.-I. thrust you to deny that the public conscience,
assembly an
tract, containing: something liquor. Johnnie. not submit to It. gracefully upon?. SoI once aroused is a power to be reckoned ITS A BEAUTY o '
,Beach why
Any concoction,by any' name containing with in the state and in the nation. Women'sChildren's 't
of the finest timber am here acting upon that thought..The ;
over 20.000 acres : more than two per ,cent, 'of When Governor Folk of Missouri, ;
to me .is one
1 in this section'..nd will erect a modern alcohol made an Intoxicant, and about'whlch subject assigned/ differ: "A and Governor Hughes, of New York ,

saw mill to cut this timber into the certificate of the state chemist. to Banker's responsibilities opinions may and his Relations had the courage the ability and the It illustrates the roost '
i that effect Iff made evidence: The In the devotion to duty to make crime odious
lumber. __' chemist Is required to make the analysis ' to the Community financial and to punish it even In the highest up-to-date styles in and I .
banker knew the
of the mill has not asset past if a
The location the officer places It could-be found .
on request of any or and faithfully they performed '
been decided upon but It js to' be any two citizens who send him{ condition cared of for tils the neighbors money depositedwith a service to- mankind the a way th*t-wiB ...atddigLt ,

hOped that our people will do all ,that samples.< Look out cldir. him anSlIOOul'C"d the highest rate value of which cannot be computed. ... !
Fifty dollars Is added to the costs The results of the efforts. by these and you. I Wear:
hare the mill located nearour the law would permit, be .
they can to of Interest;
I assessed In any prosecution under the all other true add tried patriots have led 1
city as we all know that It would liquor "laws which goesto the was supposed' to have when met. A bank expectations or- us to'conclusion that patriotism is J".' i
Time was .
mean a great,'deal to every citizen In person or1 >officer, furnishing the merely thermometer Indicating not always used in connection with ,
the community. In our next Issue we evidence to convict.". That means 1175 l>ankerwas the financial a atmosphere i war that there is 'Ju.t.. much patriotism r .
details with the' reward offered' -by. our 1, idea''nolonger in giving one a time to the betterment ,I
But such
fuller an
to be able to give community.-
hope commissioners.Again of civic conditions In bar- .
county a., .STANDARDPATTERNS if\
create \
He must now
of the transactlon, but it It generally! the law provides that accepting prevails. be at I in* one's breast to the bullets Xf a fIAT
He must one, '
. understood that the, capital stock of an order is a sale. For instance that be capable'Of .understanding ; public enemy. Many men would be : -I
the will be $100,000.00. If a boat captain takes the least supposed finance, both anclent."aad willing If need be to give up their .
. company money and buy whiskey for a his II lives on the field of battle for 'their
to community
customer and delivers the goods; or modern as applicable country but the man that will live for .
.:. nation and .
to the ; I KATZ'S:
the state,
VETO MESSAGES fROM anybody else delivers them he has to the world: He must. be -ready witha : his country every day U. the man that None Higher I '
-- sold the liquor. Look'out, S..ab.etc. fit all financial conditionsthat the country needs most just now. J.10c.lSc ,
theory to i ,,
.. There be much patriotism
etc., etc. themselves and mast may just as
Belief of Tax Assessors m' DramageJuistrlct. Finally the liquor license la $2,000, may present and willing to. give id the banking/ tiouse as on the battle ar : of .'
be capable '
; : : State Printing.Extension $1,000 to the stale, $500 to the county advice fully to all the customers of his field.. The country needs :your service \ I

.... for A. 6ir 0. and $500 to the town bull If the bar- bank affecting any matter requiring just as much in your counting .
room Is outside a town that\ 150O goesto of room as rith the gun la front of yourshoulder. '-
Investment moneys.Be .
Tallahassee June. 8. Governor the county also. handling is expected/ or to take the lead in all We need the patriotism. of eAW WVNtiK
Broward has filed with the Secretary -- peace as well as war.
of State' three veto mesiagts. Themessages Rome local developments' establishing newindustries Exposuresof wrongdoing 'in' ''bus
Ancient sustaining and enlarging
vetoed are: An act for the mesa life aa well as in public life
Is now merely a of the past.Ballard's old ones,inducing immigration devising i South Stables.
relief of the tax assessors of the memory and overcome difficulties have resulted In a great many 4 scandals .Siinny .
. means
Snow Liniment Is the favor
-counties of & ; St. Luole. Osceola ways for the.entire community. ]a but."Lbe, have held these, up : .
beSoto liniment of the twentieth Cfntu..y.A .
act to '
Monroe and ; an before publlo scorn so that'they have ""
J conception of the. banker'sduties *L' :
for burns fact, the .
continuethe positive cure rheumatism ,
of and to
In the
the charter become hideous public eye.
revive rights and privileges 'of the At- cuts, sprains, neuralgia etc. Mr. C. has undergone as great unknown and Let'us hope that the result is far $ INGRAM &, GILBERT', Proprietors. ;
B. Runyon Stanberry Mo., writes: radical a change as some
lantlo and Gulf Railway Company, in the following purer higher and better standards of I $ _........ 1'1'I
heretofore chartered and !given under "I have used Snow Liniment for rheumatism poet has expressed official and businessmorality and rNNNNNN. '' '. :bi

charter 4474, laws of Florida and and all pain. I can't say words: integrity.. Let, us hope that. never ""?'
amendatory' thereof and fixing the enough In its praise.ItEo.ule "To spin, to" weave,'to knit and to sew again will the,great financial Institutions i I LIYERY.SALE and BOARDING 1 lw" .
and by Iloberson's girl s employment ,
time for the completion thereof Were onee a of this country. have to .
an act to amend Section. 654 and 655 .- -- .. i __ But now to dress and catch a"beau stand the shock recently: sustained by i' 1rYerritOJswe11 ',

x>f the General Statutes of-,Florida .relatlng the tow.An Are all she calls enjoyment. the Insurance companies. Let us 'de _.._. ._aa.. L ''Ij-
to public printing., (\ The contrast:: ,Is very marked however voutly pray that never again will .an '
", The tax assessors' relief bill provided auctioneer said to to bare paid inr while_. the__ aforesaid Rid de official of a railwaycompany sell to $ equipped with, New;, Stock::attd Veiiiolea,; aiMtt 4

for the payment of commissions this tribute to an old cow: semi the drudgery and labor of ,life, himself personally a large block ,of $ prepared to meet all demands with: PerfectjSatis- 8i
on tha basis of 8 per beep on the ."Ol..U the animal friends of man I for Its modern 'banker bonds of his railroad company at, a -,
drainage assessmentsto out she Is the greatest When about to must have all the trials, troubles and ridiculously low figure and then resell i faction. fi.

ofbe Internal improvement fund sit down to your Sunday dinner 1 I tribulations of his manv customer personally, almost immediately,
monevs. now In the binds of.the true.eeLIn wish I could strip the table of wh.' added to his own- Indeed, to meet all these same bonds at fifty per cent advanoe. -

.- f I she produced. I'd remove' the cup the expectations of the publIc he must The public.has. learned that i. . /. HEAVY" HAULING, A ;spECIALTY I ;! . .: '
Ooverftor Brdwardsays '. I'd 'r
his message of milk w..I"lnaat'b.b; ) chair. be a veritable Atlas.In this is dishonest, the public does not .
: The law'after defining the duties take the cream and cheese, the butter, the natural course-of his business hesitate to so declare 1t.,'\be public >> . *vvvvvv* .,
) of the ctedpsrttculartho. ibr- the custard nla and cream blaoUI\e1 he becomes, asrit were, a depository conscience Is no longer, asleep. .1'' -
4 powers. the roast beef and leave you of numerous and profound secrets Whatever else- may be said of the
ject.a of Improvement for which expenditure of picks.' Every scrap of her from concerning the affairs of those present president of the United States,
of this fund may: be' made; and nose to tall Is Vised by 'nan. We use with whom he\deals. The. various be baa sought to Inoulate a principleof '
believing, as I do, that be .expenditure her horn to comb our hair,',her akin confidences bestowed Inbe transaction higher morality in business. He CITVB.A..KER.Y. !

. :' of any of this money forany on our feel.her hair keeps, plaster or of busfttess must of necessity remain has not. discover to attack -
:'i. \. : other purpose than that specified in our walls, her hoofs make glue ,and with him absolutely inviolate. : to denounce and to punish 'dishonesty .

r.,j : \ the act referred to would endanger : her tall makes soup. Her blood li Many times-if.the publinknew what wherever he has found it, In ,. ".. ". .. .. '&:': t. :
( ;'." '.,the whole fund and as It U a. fad that I used to make our sugar white', aDd! the banker snows of business conditions high places as wall as In low,. Whetherwe : I '
'": "'I l' if the legislature now has the power her.bones to fertilize the soil She in biz community" the result agree with the President or not, ; ,.;., ;' :p",1-' ,: 't.'i' :',.
" to divert any portion of t.belunel they has gone from Plymouth to setting would be wreck add ruin. The banker I we can but believe that he is quick to j,. )1. "\( ' ; :
to divert all the fund It her son that tU"lIedbe be in whom the community from that he' is ; '
have the power sun was must then) one discern right wrong' .Fre"jl Br /'b3k
and should the .trustees pay out of any: soil IB the settler's" clearing and ,also has Implicit confidence as to not attempting and has not attemptedto : !!/*a'nd:

money In this fund in any other way: drew the prairie schooner for the his ability to advise, the, wisdom of decry wealth honestly obtained ., "- w
than that prescribed In the ,>Jaw CUn- sturdy pioneers, while aha followed. bin advice and his power to keep secrets -I that be encourages ambition anA ,

tamed in chapter <610< it would in all And when the day'a: march was >done -not to keep, them >going but i strenuosity of life and purpose along Pie ; -:
probability. Involve the fund hopelessly she gave milk to Oil the mother's burled, aa U were In his inmost .consciousness right and proper lines. He very truly Every p'ay; ", '", l ,
In litigation to' the great Injury: breast to feed the suckling babe that to be resurrected only In and forcefully>aays: that he1 does not ':

of the fund and to the State of l'' lor- perchance was to become the ruler of: the presence of him whom It immediately object to' corporations or, 'corporate p , ,/1. I "oo'.I( ,JiJ'fP; 1OIi.-, ,
ida. I; therefore withhold my approval the country," concerns.J So that- one of the wealth.. The only condition he would ; .'
of the said bill tad veto the necessities to enable a banker to1' <
N aa MI... In the world is to follow the suggestion acquired. This .is a sound -F I N'L.I'N' E" '- ",, '
Governor Broward gives as bl.> Death of John Hampton. in every d'lrr O-podt.he. principle of law and of morals. I .,. +

reason for vetoing the bill relating td his comparative and superlative-that is, verily believe that a very small proportion .
Mr. JohrxK.: died at
the State printing that the act. does ':Get on" ."Get honor," and "Get of 'the corporations of our
not specify that ..nbe printing for t Klsslmmee a>ms over last Collier's Saturday stare. night In North and honest:'' In short, in order to meet country are corrupt or dishonest; or Nuts Lunch ,Goods !1Etc'S

the State shall be done In the Stateas burled at the modern requirements of a banker, ....' against thepublic 'good. But i
was on
-.- has been the established custom Sunda Rosehlllcemetary one must be a manysidedallround;: there have been glaring Instances ,
''since 1887. That l if persons outside of The deceased had been In 111 health and well-rounded man. .- which until recently were able to holdback '" '\ '::v.,
the State should receive the contracts, In another important particular from the publIc their discruvInatlng --' '
for number of and death J.
with the requirements a years cameas bankers the makers and< moldersof'method...
bavlnir complied are and ..
a release from his sufferings.He :> TREESI!
and there should be sentiment or should be by its BUDDED
of the board was about thirty-nine -01 public Now that the public In might' 1.1
failure to comply with tbelr contract years reason of their position in the com- aroused they declare that ,dishonestyis
and was for number of t\\
when delay would be fatal to the interests age a years munltvThey should always stand against the publlo good that it is
previous 10 his illness a railroad conductor -
of the State, the only redress for Uj .tloe In the law a fair deal for obnoxious and assert with'' authority:
In this State and Nurseries.
would be.suit on the bond which suit. Georgia every man and honest administrationof "This far .shalt thou go bpd ''no Islesworth, f

would most probably be removed by Alabama..... -- the laws," for these are the thingsthat farther" Every honest person,
the non-retident contractors to the count The things that count to whether Individual or corporate, will "

,. United States courtsunder these Cruelty to Animals., breed respect and confidence, between hail this aa a good omen, It is possible f CHASE &'CO., ppopRiETOBst J. ,W. HOARD AGENT' .
conditions the State's Interests wouldbe man and man are thethings that. that for a time some of the pub ,
snorted and work required to be There Is a good cow going around breed new life and vigor into 'the lie may not be able to distinguish between w
promptly done during a legislative with her horn growing In her eye. If channels of trade. W It.h..U oar complex good corporations. and bad We will have ready for next Fall and Winter'IDa'eenerat

session, 'Or at other times would tailor the owner will not have It removed and diversified 'commercial Interests ones, between honest method and ;. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading' varie' A'
would have to be undertaken by ought not, authorities. have there is no interest that should dishonest methods, and temporarilythis ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
I expense and It attended to ? enforcement of the Sour Orange roots,'guaranteed free from insects .. of kind. ?
other means at a.:great demand a strict ; may result, indeed may have< re pes. any
greater Inconvenience and loss Rood A certain, man in town has two laws more than the banking Interest effecting injuriously some All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to '
State. The act contains some1- horses that. are so poor he has .to let for there la no interest that suffers good corporations; cannot name. Our facilities for growing nursery' stock are second to

'provisions, but they! cannot be' approved : one eat grass while the other works. more from the lawless spirit than the aud will ,j." Tbutbethis_ ( none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty 'year's expert
without also IPpro"ingt.he He does not seem to see that one, well banking interest. Against dishonestyIn public does not with to impede progress ience can produce.' 'We are making a.specialty this season of the

\ I ,unfortunate ones. The best Interestsof kept, would do more wo..k.ban both.If .. public anA.prlvate life, the bank: nor to Interfere'iwlth' proper, famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the
the State require the faithful en- there Is no Society. for the Preventlon \ jog interest should be the first to .cry legitimate effort either of Individuals greatest money-maker in Florida, Our Valencia buds come dl f i
of the of Cruelty to Animals In Kiss at last rect from the best bearing trees in the district t.mol1'or .
.foroement of the provisions out. for these interests rest up- ,or corporations. The distinction will now producing -
present law, and In so doing the flood lilmmee there surely. ought A SUBSCRIHEB.-to be one' on the honesty of the average'man.'. be.made; the. separation, must come,; the best Valencia, In California. >, t

accomplished.1 purpose indicated" by this act .w, w .- oounterv We need we'snore need honesty-behind more honesty the in '(.ContinuedOB. .. fourth.p.Ir'I ,). Write for Prices''to"J. W. HOARD,Gotha; Fla, or call ana see our'. NurM

Referring to the other act revivingthe Jury for CCurt. front of the counter. '-We'frequently ,I series at,Waco oil; Florida Midland R.:;.R; L
charter of the Atlantic ,and Gulf read of new laws, suggested ,('orb.. >
.. Railroad Company Governor Brow- The following named persons' were regulation banks. The need of '

._ and gives the following reasons for drawn Monday from tha jury, box' to some changes may be apparent, but vir ThuitmtI v
his veto:, "Insofar as this act relate. serve as jurors at the July, 1G07, term more than-anythlng else.we need the 'If'eo
to the charter of said railroad conflicts of the County Court: '1, N. C.Bryan; enforcement of the laws-> that we already -

with section "K, of article! 3, of 2, C. F. Outlaw,. Will Knight: ..4, have upon' our statute, books. ii I p.oit8JjOI l7oe
the constitution of the State of"*lor- W.lter'H.Oo.n.r' ; ,.6. ,' M.' N. Over- Wa need 'more' respect for, existinglaw . ,

Ida, as amended In 1899, which 'proDibits street;; 6'C.J.-" .Woodall; :1. A. M. r.therban >more lawV -We hear ,A.CAKSOH. ;JOIN M. IBB. N. B..: CAIISON.
any special legislation- this Bronson; 8, George F. Krlbbs; 9 C. a great deal about' the i corporationcrowd Auto.Cars Line., Pre.Wat.ylaaPndant... Cebfer; 1,
kind' The said act also, purports to A. Uad_hlil-J.0; Pennlgancellars, ; and the aatl-corporation erwd. It.

work 'a' forfeiture of lands, but the U..G.,T.. Slngletary; ,]2.'J'. 1... Keen! The law should know no such dlstlnc- Leave Klsslmmee 6:45 a.'m. State ,:Batik of Kisslmmee.w

W' ,f f. languare used 1..0 ambiguous that 1 J. tlon. ,The corporation magnatee. Arrive ,Orlando' 8:30 a. m., ,
it is not clear lands are 0ia'..1'111:1+ .., should be 'oompelled to: .... Arrive; Sanford 0:20.. m. Kissimmee Fla

attempted to be forfeited by the company Don't; t child suffer. with that l.wbat..regulate the-conduct of his Leave Sanford l1OO..m. ,, . v
State or bj the your ha asks the others to '-"" 4'1.. ri
to the cough when It ,'Bal- corporation as Arrive Orlando 12:30 p. m. ,), -
'the company.. r larel'.Bore sound:you can Syrup cure *wth lure| cuk-e resoect the law that protajta the property I -Say Leave Orlando 2:30 p.1 m.' PAID u. c&/&TAb'4r... ;, ".;4Z'.?.:., \\se.OOQ ..' t

New ''Uqoor' Liws. for. coughs, bronchitis, influenza. law of the all oorporatlon.Reapeotfor classesand conditionsof ArriveKisslmmee 4:00: p.m.' STOCKSIOLO UA.itmr.}."' :i,t.;, .io GOO eeDaroalTOas'sactrmr.t..P.ti
t, croup and pulmonary dbea.... Buy -lM them know- that,:the law, .ConDectlngwlth Seaboard.-'R. at ;:.; ;jot| ooo aot -,,
.1 r 'For the ''; that ..some'people l a bottle aad try It; ' ', applies men alike to:high and low' to rich Orlando and the..Oydetboat;; at Ban -' .: --," '' >: --/ : ,

nay unwillingly violate. the present writes B. :B.,"I Laughter have ohildrenwhobatiCroup. Bvballa Mia I and poor.. A bank's 'capital ls, the ford going norths > 'YF B Prompt aad'Cer.fetlAtt.eltl.a five*''.t a sill.,aatters.e..i'; I '
laws we give the two ata4 to ... .
1 etrtngent anti-liquor confidence which the people repose : tr BxcfcMKeKoe4.: Vall pelta at okeaiMa-1
x ' following Information In reference 11 triad many different remedies lt ..raher'h.n: Its paidupcapital ...eearn.srillroads.IrAaay'ci ;. rate*. "
:"/Ii' some of lobo laws passed by the Breexe.If recent Sjrup, but 1* I the must beat say your Horehound. ', stock.;. That which lessen 'or lowerstha : THvanAw. President.., .. ,..'YouRTav8ir8dsSOLiCtfRfi.: :-+
PePunlak ; OUP'medlCtDe (
the croup and
legislature, says .
', moral Id.01
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I .'geI'-.4" Vioa President
r tll' found j drunk la ,,anpebIIaplace ; indeed ,' ;,T.
.. be .taken and 'Bold. by Roberaon'a Fbartaaor. threatens the prosperity, ,not Daily; ; T; ....., F .
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} Recall of Jap, Ambassador at Washington A sore l irocfiJ is a 8J"fSNOW

'I, t 8eeni'a to Have, Been Only a

i; Doings in, Florida, Interstate Commerce Com- Polltcal-Bluff., dangerous malady 1(Sb 4

mission to Insert Probe. A Washington dispatch say; The bd don't'need Lo _

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Ctats Cankers Elect Offio..... Turpentine Operators Act. llayash.1. the Japanese minister for foreign tie a .sock around

'" shoulder to 'shoulder for A GIGANTIC UNDERTAKINGAlleged affairs, in a Toklo dispatch, published i
Marked by a lars,: attendance: by neck Uo cure it. -
addresses that gave a new Insight He J protection of !the producer, golpg Friday, that Ambassador) Aoklla your

Into Florida conditions and Florida on record as Irrevocably oppoited to II to be retained at Washington U regarded ,t.
+rt rt.> '
the arbitrary manipulations! of the as clearly establishing pie fact r..n 'aasu'a' '
Industries and resources, and by the That Certain Steamship Lines II1 11
for market and voting gclldiy to stand to. that the present Japanese ministry
4" oltxsllon! of cfflcera to serve (the Wlth'the
ensuing year. the annual meeting of geiher In the ftgbt for' their rifttts. Are in League Railroadsto headed by Salonjl has assured Itself

the Florida. bankers' Association, heldt the Turpentine Oi>erators' Association Maintain a Monopoly-All of the support of both the unionist and k
AUanlio Beach, the pas; week was In setaion at Jacksonville the pant 8hlppers Are Interested. conservative parties In Us present attitude
t vot.t'd the mar toward! America: for a time
eiuilly one of the most successful In, to retire' from H'
the history! &f the organization. The ket one-half of the,) output of,ifpli'lia%: A Washington special suys, : The interstate there"wan some 'doubt in Washington Sf3llord's
to 'serve t'f turpentine so far as was at all poa-, commission We-i- even in the minds or. the officials! of Trill euro that; ihrortt! hi short order
following:; cacerswereehosen commerce;
bible for the ensuing four nionjhs, the Japanese embassy, as to the power, Snow LJnltnent pcnetraton. the pores: promote .
,1 ew. fut the coming'year: desday decided to Institute proceedIngs fug Iroo circulation, cluing' too rnuwclos more elasticity. '..
sstia- behind the" demand of Count Okuma
: Ocala ian;1I the prices should provo k
I'rcaldent.-T. T. Monroe; .
factory. of Inquiry; and Investigation into for the substitution for Aokl at' WashIngton < tf'TURES 'fjlCUMATtS1tCUPS::: ; 5I.liAJNS;! BRUISES,, it
KJrslijy.ce President-C, A, Carson
Kl Dlmmee. There were' between 800 and 400', the affairs ot the Hamburg-American of a "strong" man, by which: '(\ WOUNaSLOLD .SORES: STIFF JOINTS' ,c-

It Second: Vice 'President-G., W. Al- operators, representing Florida, Ueeri I Packet company, which. Is charged by term It was understood he meant .a + BURNS ANDlEtC PAINS.

ten Key West gia'aud Alabama assembled In the Peter Wright & Sons, general agents, Japanese committed) in 'advance to Cie
Third, Vice "resd. : (& -J. B. Con.. board of trade 'IJlldltorlum' whf'n 1'res- a: Philadelphia 'the Cosmopolitan, policy of demanding: tram America full GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
DeLand. '' 'I Idtnt W. M Toomer rapped for order. ,, Shipping, compdiiy and the Cosiuopolltan rights of clilze.. p ofresidents, and Henry' BloiM. Provo Utah; -writes! : "1 hero twod: Da1tardto
"t+ rod,Fourth,. Vlco President-F-A. Wood., Ably 'ieadbijj the fight for the rlglUJ; : Lines with pooling and maintaining 'Aolci bad real < early 'the Imposslrbaity Snow JLlninjout for Kouralgia, Tooth-aobo arel Foro \", 1
}.rich! upon r.vj'Jifntion" cava mo instant:: rvUof. I can) fctatnmend :!
of the producers, PrecJdent Toomenf.r \ luifuopolics lu restraint ot trade. of securing all ot these rights .
St. Petersburg, H-iiti tjoiiJtT, (hit i bert Jjlnitriotife I haro over: ucod in curiucpaiia
4 IMta; Vice ,Pre.ldent-W. K. Hycr, briefly stated the objects of the The inquiry 1. 'fXI\ Clt'd to bo one ot, at this time, because of the inability exi.u3od from :aiouraigltv! otc." ,

I'coctcbla,;., mcCJngt a meeting' rpe-ctally railed to the most stupendous ever undertakenau'd of the 'national government to domlna't. PRICE :;tic: COc AND $1.00 .

i4, Secretary and Trt'alurer-Gt'orge R. consider the! market condition. eBect of a character different from' iruythai state administration, -lIe reports to his _.._- i,
DtSautSure, Jacksonville": a, temporary)' relief, laud perfect a ever before bas engaged the attention own government to thai effect with \ e

Executive' Council' -T, P. IX-nham, uc cuient looking to affording a permanent ot the commission.The I he plain intimation that it was advisable Ballard Sftow Liniment Coo "

A F. Perry, Jacksonville relief! from the I maiiipulatiotia: inquiry will have to deal with to seek, Instead of the unlimited '-
Jacksonville ,'
; I POO-H02. ( North: Second S .of
; John TrJce, Tampa; George of the market in 'Savannah. an alleged combination between railroads ,' rights} only those that might reasonably r : : trtt ..'

eFt U. Lewis, Tallahassee; F. v,'. Jloyt in the United Stales and the be expected to be.1 conceded' at ST. LCUiS, .- :Lilt n'<:I""UR'" 1 1UI
Officers of Good Roads At ocjatlon.t and ''there i hU time-au opportunist policy-at .
Germun shipping concern ,
Fvriiandlna.! | ; : ':: ': P1t I.u.."..
Ke-presentatlvo to annual convention The State Good toads Association fore interests every American producer Bret caused a disagreeable impressionn '' !

of the American Hunker Association I Closed Ita annual sesjlou! !in Penjacola] : mallufact.urer' shipper aspiring /l Japan. The successful outcome of Sold' and, -coh-rncit.ded: : ::: by
..1at\ Atlanllc City-George K. DtSaus- with the election of ofllderd! and selection lo inrtdouce his' goods into foreign he recent war with the natural infia- ,

sure. Alternate<.obn T. DlJmuktu. !; of the next meeting place., '. countries: ; Ion of Japanese pride, tended to For Sale' at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE j

'G, Ut.'Auguallae. i Ocala was ulindtt the unanimous i 'According to the complaint on make the ambassador's policy of ,------- -. -----.-.---- -- ,
choice for ;he next convention and which action was taken by the com doubtful popularity. ,
Roosevelt Pardons Sandor. the following. oUicerk were elected : mission the lfanburg-Atnerlcan Pack 1; Is quite certain that the Salonjl \

"' President Roosevelt has pardoned President ,ll. W. Long lIt Martel; et company has built up a complete ministry was for a time somewhat

; 4 Oscar Sandor.; one ot the six men convicted vice president: 'H, H. Dlck! ",on of Orlando monopoly of the eastbound traffic originating taken aback at the ebullition of popular -

In Pensacola six months ago ; secretary and treasurer, J. 'H. in Chicago, St. Louis Kansas IndlgnuUon- : evidenced in tlio publication -

= for conspiracy to commit peonage White, Jacksonville; state organize;, City Omaha :,Minneapolis Duluth in opposition In the newspapers RIVER ItOUTBt..1.
bon the now famed Jackson Lumber A. 8. Mann, Jacksonville! ; hglslatlvecoraialltce Cleveland and other manufacturing In Japan) and It even Is surmised - ;

Company cases were on trial. Telex J. A. Edwards, Frank .ct'ntpr.'of the United States, intended, I that there was a slight weak: PTICAMER LILUB. STfiAMER HOSE A DA.

grams were received from Jacksonville Johnson! J. W. White; good reads, for interior ports or places on the eating and a dieppsltlon to make nouns Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr ,
and Oyster: Bay, conveying the F. N. Williams D. C. John-Hiii,, F. continent of Europe The complaint ,oncesBiona. Hut soon after the agitation j
Regular veekly trips to B.isnlne'er n d return. Roscada leaves Kitsln.
Information of the president's action DuiU'by' ; eouu.y homes, T. L. Lowe reviews what. it claims to be unfair I had reached Its height, the Japanese face Tuesday morning, acd arrives Klteslmmee Krldny evening. %
t"' which! was'' taken In response to petition H. Brooks. J. A. Merrltt. A resolution ., methods .in slitting competition. business interests began to feel Special CbarterTrlps to Lake''ubee and Fart Myera on the UlUe ,\

and letters sent by those Interested was adopted endorsing the t-florta The Cosmopolitan Shipping company a very strong pressure from abroad, Comfortable accommodation for I1u.e &,era. Rates reasonable

t ? ., In Sandor. The sentence was of citizens of Florida and Atubamu of Philadelphia which figure as conveying a clear warning that u quarrel | The most picturesque Waterway in Florida I
thlr.een months in the Atlanta prison to have an lntr>iita:t' road built t Iron the complainant, operates lines to Rotterdam with America would leave Japan I For Passenger and Freight .States, apply to .
tins a fine of ".000. The cases were Flomaton, wtat to Atmcns Many Leith and Constantinople. The friendless and certainly! would d-1 scourI I' CLAY JOHNSON. 8R.. Prop;fetor,
all appealed by the company, but addresses were delivered, among therpeakfJ'a charges allege an Ironclad trust In -the-invesimeni of foreign capital.! On board "IJtlle." Kisslmmee. lain

later.. ,Hand: or decided that he would! being Col. A. S. Mann first transatlantic freight carrying exists In Japan enterprises. T .

d lIot' await the result of an appeal, and vice president' H, H. Dlckjon, Secre- between the Hamburg-American Packs I With thin, lavorable influence the G' The the '"t- 1;

r requested the court to allow him to iary II White and local citizens. K -company, the North German Lloyd, I Salonjl ministry found little difficultyIn 4 ; ; Rise of &

i, commence serving, his sentence, as be Scandinavian-American Line and the securing the adhesion of the two
desired to1 withdraw his apl>eal. This ;' Encampment of Slate Troops. Wilson (Hull) Line, and that this pool I great' parties in- 33i>an to its policy! ] United States of America If
was granted and Judge Swayne re Announcement baa been: made by apportions the volume ot traffic each and the announcement made from To-

, l duce&- the sentence to twelxa.months I the adjutant general of the Florida of Its members shall. carry, and from, iio, through the Associated Press I TENDENCIES- t
t InsUftd ot thirteen months, with I. not state troops that-che companies composing what port or'' ports each line shall representative to Ambassador Aokl'stenure :

flue attached. Sandor bas served the first regiment will assemble make Its sailings, thus Involving tbe Is regarded as convincing evi- ':
about three'months of this"sentence.. 'In Pensacola on August: for the apportionment of traffic originating- deuce that Count Okumaa onslaught a

annual encampment The camps will western cities, both as to characterand bas failed and that the settled policy IVhltelaw Reid, t.By t.;

w Baptist College tJ Lake 'City. uot be la Use city', but at For. Uarraucas amount, between the cities of the of Japan from now on will be to din- Slmbassador to Gredt Britain. ,
a The1' city council of Lake City' acceptEd ; where the members of the porth Atlantic seaboard.!. countenance "Jingo agitation; as directed '+
the proposition the state state troops areto be drilled by regular In charging. that the Hamburg* against America, and to endeav .......... HE result of It all is the marvel of modern history. It was,, Ni.

BaptlsU to Institute a big! southern army: officers .and receive instructions American Packet Company, in Its almost or to strengthen the friendly relations: :' an English prelate and scholar who said ot it, 'Time's ,
analysis, (
i. in the final l
noblest What
offspring Is the last. ,
'Baptist college in the. former university trom the coast artillery absolute control 'of eastboundand ]retv.een" the'two countries. 'D i.T : splendid growth)
made the the
success?-for who shall say
: ,buildings. The school* will be' coeducaUonal men. stationed at the pest. > westbound traffic between Interior I> : i will survive If what made it bo lost? Well, first ot all !It

This Is ,indeed i an important The date of the arrival' t the companies points of the United States aud Ham A MEANINGLESS;: MANIFESTO. ,' .......... was made, as most successes are,, by .character, America '
era. In, the history, .of Lake. composing- the Yoni t regiment burg Is a monopoly in restraint of ' -----'I: In the making was Intelligent; moral, rellslous and reUgously 1:
.'j City' ,and 'Columbia' county:' The ij'the same as 'the'.commeucenientof trade,, the complaining' company:'rals-r; cued: by'-' NationalSoclallstsiandCi.: i.......:? devoted to.the'educationctiChlldrenU; ; It was desperately .
movement bad been en foot for sometime the semlanlluaaJ'ltet.. practice of the es an International question. The allegation -' culated In St.' Petersburg. ' earnest.' It Was' '.aler .'* and Industrious-almost ,

t and prominent Baptists of the coast artillery, and the Florida troops Is made that the foreign corporation A separate manifesto was( Issuedat without a class that only, amuses Itself., It was passionately! : attached to the >

,, state. as well as hien4,'of Lake'City will\ participate\ in the firing of the Is backed by the German government SL Petersburg Friday night by the personal rights of Englishmen It had an Inborn respect for authority ana ,

it\t were working hard to secure 1L Theuntnn1ty' big 10-Inch disappearing rifles mortars dictates terms routes and National Socialists and circulated in ; for reverence for law. Its ancestors had been used to representative institution. 'i
centuries!, and It was thoroughly trained. in parliamentary) government.And !"
ot Florida bulldlugj. vacant and smaller equipment, It will rates to shippers all over the United the city. It is a colorless document next the The inefficient were sifted ,.
I success was made by circumstance.
dice the removal of lhat''lIsUtuUon' to' be the lint event in the history of States who forward goods to Baltic of a thousand words, describing the out-those left.were a picked class. They were alone, In a wild but -.ferUIe'i
Gainesville are 'among the finest In the south, whore troops of a state 'ports, diverts freight to and from duma's relations with the government. and, as It seemed boundless land. Opportunltles'opened on every, band; the '

al. ''the south, and were,e.pedally adapted have participated in target practice: American ports at Its ,.own will, without Its most effective phrase. characterizes time, like tbe climate, was electric,.*ud there wo an absolute freedom from

t9 the use oC'the Baptists at thfs,time and maneuvers of the regular army. regard to, the natural flow of the session. of the duma '.'a hundred individual Initiative, It Is not sure that such a success could be won now;
in perfecting' their plans for the establishment trade, and uses coercive and unlawful days' of captivity." This document It Is not sure that such a government as they founded could be carried i

", of such a school as would The ocala Rifles, Company A, Seed methods to crush competition. closes whh the adage that every na- on now. if that character were Materially changed. Is it. even sure that tho

best be agreeable to the Uaptlst de.nomination (' infantry. Is the flat:: military cr The statement filed by! Peter Wright Lion! deserves the kind of government I success could be maintained, (if those circumstances were materially altered destroyed
and particularly if that freedom of Individual initiative should be
"4 ot' the state, There is ganization from Florida 'to attend the ft Sons says the Cosmopolitan? Shipping It tolerates, but does not make airy i I fecund But such a
by tbe collectivist or socialist tendencies of the times.
even talk ot injlme Its being a southern Jamestown 'expedition: l permission : company has no desire to sup- definite imperative reoomme.nd Uon. : catastrophe is not to be tbought'ot. Whatever the wild speculationsof '

Baptist university, ot its being having, been granted them to be absent I I preps legitimate competition and adds: the hour whatever the temporary variations from the historic course, no
thus named after the plan 'is presented from the slate for that purpose: 'e. therefore, do not seek to have DANGLING FROM, A LIMB. vessel thnt curries the English-speaking races has lost Its chart, on none 'I"
Z; to the Southern Baptist Convention at from June 19 to. July 1. It U understood ameliorated any of the conditions has the compass gong hopelessly astray The old headlights s'Ull burn. In-

tt") next annual meeting. .... : : however, that quite a number which fair competition may Impose. Body of Macon (Collector'. Is Found. 'I, spired by the same traditions led by the same instincts, these races In cither'hemisphere. .
cf other companies are to go after the We do believe, however that pooling Either Suicide or Murder. ? In whatever cone, on whatever continent or Island will! cutely
According to President.' ;1-cLaugbUD nnnal encampment has been held. combinations and intimidations the Author Dates, a collector for the In the end hold fast to those ancient-characteristics ot strong, free people ''J

of the .Penaacola and Perdldo railroad Aa the companies ,are defraying allcf' )latter In certain: Instances approach- Wood Furniture 'company of ilacon. and so keep-secure their nlace in the van of human procrcss.. :''f

; '' :which'now' runa about ttlrtyinlles : ; their own expenses, the state1 au- Ing blackmail even under the semblances Ga.:. was found dead In the woods t ........................... .!
northwest: Pensacola, tbe proposed horUles will be In no way concerned of' competition, are not legitImate near Ocmulgt park Friday-evening. atC '" .

t extension ot the hoad to, the except to see that good order and,dl.- forms of competition. Pooling clock: .

;, oasern shore or Mobile bay will not IpUae are maintained while they are commissions and intimidations in Toe body was dangling from a sicalllisab 'b? \

" only Commenced but completed raveling as military bodies their worst forms bate been encountered where he bad either hanged; himself .

within ,nine months Surveyors. have recently by the Cosmopolitan ,or parties bent on foul play had I -r Sin in the Frying PanSy J

5) commenced,work and the route ot the Since the visit ot the Georgia: -Flor. services 'These are the unlawful conditions I committed the deed. I
t road! Is to be selected: at once "Within Ida Sawmill Association to Fernan-- 'masquerading under the J

three weeks the right-of-way agent dlna, ''topics: have' been mere or less guise of competition, which' it Is our REPRIEVE GRANTED TO LYLE. Winifred Black. J

: .will follow and secure deeds", to property along lines connected with lumber purpose to endeavor to place before .
along the right-of-way, and before rhipments. improved conditions 'for your honorable commissionn a- concise Hanging Scheduled at Waycross.-Ga.- .

'-* the expiration of1' a '''month' the railroad transportation and the great; and chronological form: Did Not Materialize.At .....e.....*'JPOB M'KENZIE CLELLAND of Chicago discharged

president proposes to award* contracts harbor facilities offered In the part of Waycross Ga.. Thursday, JudgeT. S......... drunk and disorderlies not long ago on the condition
,S ;d4 b for embankment work. clearing the $Pcnundlna or all business: contracted PLAYED AT SMUGGLING GAME.. A.' Parker granted a suspension e J their wives would promise to feed them good food for
,rtght. -ot-way. building, bridges; furnish in It* interests. ,, of the sentence of Harry X Lyle who weeks and then bring them into court to report Last I1ftY'I";
I ,lBe. crosstles. rails, eta. Army Transport Captain Heavily was to have been biased Friday for J j the BIty( reported: and not one t them bad take a

'-' Captain >V,'II. Beehler.:in charge ot Fined for Attempted Graft the murder of his wife and baby. Th.'auapen.lon ' since'' the change of' food. '
M Governor 'B reward 'has appointed the naval station at Key West has Captain Morrow of tbe United State was granted: upon application , :.."..... -. Good idea Judge McKenzle Cielland, but bow in ,
........... ,
"orld'dld ;you carry It out? It was all well to tell
Mr. E.'U. Bollards of Lake City state telegraphed to Washington for army transport Kn trlck. has been'tined of the defendant's counsel, who very
permission negligent wives that they must buy good food for their { ,
geologist. This, appointment' Is for a to sell coal 9T20 by the treasury department will before '' court' ot
to the local electric go- the supreme husbands, but who on earth cooked It' when it was bought? ,
tenD of four- years from 'thla"elat.. for .violating the law -In. bringing toNewport
light plant Ice Georgia application for a new ,
plant and waterworks on an The average American woman knows as much about good cooking as a l
r yi Thisis's, position treated under, the owing to the scarcity of coal l News, a ease ot auks, laces trial. CUt Islander .knows' about Omar K aY1aD1. ;
Crtll'blU s' by the last legislature andcarries' }In the city by'' the non-arrival ot expected 'and other fine dress goods- marked Americans ought ,to know more about/cooking than any other nation oneartb. '.
# :a'sala"_ of 12,500 .peryear": cargoes ot coal -used, household goods"t SATISFIED WITH PROHIBITION. Intelligent Americans do.
--.-- .' They'have learned how
e to cook the ragout from Europe the spaghettifrom I,
.W. W. Barton, carpenter. 30 yean Commencing. with'July' 1, the immigration t GOODPRICE .FOR FIRST BALE. Bartew County. Georgia: R.mal.DrJ Italy, the frijoles from Mexico the roast beet from England soups frontOermany'and .f;
old, Uving'near Jasper shot and killed the art.of broiling mea18''' from cooks ;
L tee will be IncreasedIto '' > by Overwhelming ..MajorityBy .- our own good American ; a
Ms wife and two' children, mortally : $4 SOld:'on,; tton ,Excitango at Houston, a vots oC alma ttwenty'to. one, but the ordinary,'every day woman who gets her 'own husband's dinner In this
> t wounding another; then committed r per heady; For many.'years, the tee .Texas .for'$225. Bartow county.. Thursday: Joined ,the land of freedom is a heathen and a Goth and a Vandal and everything else {
a for 'all" 'immigrants' th': ,. that:la. ignorant and.stupid and stubborn when It come to cooking
'were landing In
suicide. ,The bodies found lathe counties''
..' neighbors. The States. The first bale of cotton-ot this season ranks ot the problbltloa .., .Any woman, who fries steaks or chops ought to expect her busband to ;
house wife'sJwdy United been
,t. 'Last or
S ;/ year crown Dear'I"ree4 Hidalgo. Georgia. drink to take morpttne or to set the house on flre, or to do anything desperate 4
..l'v'.. was onthe, back 'porch, and a there were about 1400 Immigrants. The'people who have already given that happens to come Into his head. ,.
.. wounded child' waa Iylng across the :*inty, Te.ueo/ Friday on': 'tie prohibition *: krlal ot more than twen The every day'American woman spends more '
E :, coming to Miami fromNassau. and money, on ner table In one
?i;body' of,,&' flre-year-old son, who, was British floor of the cotton excLAnge at .Houston ty-two.rearm, .:wt'8t.'to ute} polling flay,than French 6r. a German or an Italian woman would spend In a week.
r other Islands.Thus
*,: hlt1ld.- U ,said' .that Barton's :'allec- : far this bring*J.q $:ji The bale wa"bd;. place end ,said.- wltn practical Woa- aDd she leads her t&intIr-not. on..half .a. .well as ,any'of ,these other' women 4
f' :iMsMHes'with another woman caue-: year. "'there has-been; about.. COO landed. t. by W; rx ,jctmlu .-Sa.:Ind 'ntmlty. -We; at'e' satletd as we are ft+ed theirs.WbaVs'hi, "

" *> .drenbapplo.ala/, his Dome. and they The)' larger portion! of 'rImmigrants]; I WAS classed as good middJlBg! -and *ad win not'tar-open, 'seJoons. 1acoaa7. oar. busy. tor too:lazy'matter or too conceited with tbe great American housekeeper that sbefa,too .
./trq.h' ....-...., from tte Islands weighed ITO poa !s. ..* ". to go to work and learn som tali>B about her ;,
} are business
k' -d "" ......- necroea." fp ,? -the. mice, clean sensible, ktodljr- _.;noaest, One,' business of cooklngT, .' ;

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Who Avenged Dishonor ,ef Ills .
Conflict Question
Gory Over Wine a 'Address of Sens***,, Feraker atmene.msgt
Is Harry' Orchard Says: Attorney Daughter, ,Arraigned in ''Virginia,. Between the Troops and Populace If' ", -
; ,I Court on Murder Charge. Defense ,in Haywood Trial Kidnapers in New Orleans". ; Exsret"*** .of. NogrsyUniversity
for In the South of France, ; ; "'
,# wood, Deply Ptsentodi \
ay The trial of former. Judge W., C, Loving Will. Now Have Inning. ---.:.- Commit Fearful Cfrme.j: j : -. "

Owing to, the tact that the censorship ., Washington special;' ys\ tit"*
tor the murder of 'young Theodore ..,.. J" rr" ** Prom
1* In operation In the DOutb. of '
OTHER SIDE OF THE CASE republlcan\ -standpoint, "*!,told pohtieal
Bates, the lequel'ot a buggy tilde ORCHARD only .
CORROBORATEDProsecution's France' brief Item of news from FIVE LANDED IN JAIL
I ARE prediction has been .made ...
which Kates took with", LoVln 'a daughter the. scenes.of the wine-growers' demonstrations upon' ,. "
had .reached Parls 'Up to ator Foraker's. recent, commencement $ .
4 Defenc Task of moved rapidly at Houston? 'ya., .. '
Down Evidence Begins of Prosecution Breaking Monday, and when court adjourned! In Closing Day Brought Out early Thursday afternoon. These how Falling to Secur Rjmcom for'' Stolen I I'address at Wllbortoro! university, i'
\ In the afternoon the prosecution had Some Strong Point. Against'Hay- ever, showed that the conflicts which Ohio's leading colored educational lavstltutlon ','
Court at Bol.Darrow Youth They Became Frightenedand j
i\ rested and the defense had begun ita have taken place between the troops In whteh1he.eversyarratga
wood-r-Negro, Was. the .
| 1 la. Sarcaatlo. One of Him
case. The prcgrerj ot'the trial was and mobs were more sanguinary than Strangled : ta Deatn. ed the president and' Secretary Taftv '

In address that remarkable.. Before adjournment of Witnesses. at first supposed.At Excitement Runs High. for their course In the 'Br"""wnsvlUe,, '
aa occupied two --- ,
the morning le..lon" a Jury had been Narbonne three persons were : Texas, incident, and. urged the ae.roia.t '
sessions ot the district court: at Boise When the closed '
Its at
Idaho secured, mostly middle-aged men and state case killed and, fully a hundred, soldiers 'A New Orleans special. '' says: Two all ,over to (stand us>

Chicago; Monday outlined, Clarence to the Darrow of all but three of them married;; eleven Boise, Idaho Friday,' against' Hay end civilians Including a score 'of miles In the Interior, of a big swamp squarely for their rights and :array, '
jury the de- ,
,, )
of them being fanner,. the lone exception wood, charged with the murder of Wmen.are said to, have been,wounq- o!' themselves determinedly against'the.gtandfather '' .
Jonso of William near the city the of
D. Haywood to the beadles body .
ed several them tn-J '
of fatal
being a mel' hant. Tho takingof Frank sustaining clause '
Incorporated lit'
It Steunenberg the defense made .
.charges that hs Walter
murdered Former- ] Lmana, an Italian child between .
'r 'testimony began the Juries. The troops who were to fire several southern states'
upon reconvening constitution
Governor an Un.UCC ...rul'attempt to '
.,. Steunenbertjn of court, and, the afternoon secure' .!4srthair..'shot straight at ,the mob; seven and eight ;years old,. who It ha*' been stated by a man who*pok.'' .
broad description it Is to be a from the court-an-ordeFTHrectfng .'
the commonwealth rested ,Its A 'whole army corpa ,bap ,been put was kidnaped'and held fcr $8,000 ransom authoritatively that a member of tb* ',
of every material ,count: In the. Jury to acquit the> prisoner Judge in motion to deal with the rebellious
cabinet :
testimony of Orchard with showing ease; and Judge Loving, whose defense 'two weeks .ago, was found by after reading Foraker's. ,
a is the unwrltetn laws had taken Wood' ruling, which requires the defense winegrowers" but the government speech, ventured this prediction; .
that Steunenberg police and vigilante before
Orchard killed because daybreak

the witness stand In his own behalf. to meet with, evidence the case claims that the are so die "If Foraker makes many more, such .'
of a private grudge borne ot trtbuted to Isolate different sections Sunday. He had been strangledto
as ,
The widespread Interest In the case speeches there will be only oAe political*
that las state .
the los. of a rich share In the great was, ,manifest.: A large crowd 'W&a' I haspresented, wa and render !It practicably Impossibleto death, according. to the ,confessionof party In the north, and the"name of1:
Hercules ml no, and explanations of made at 6:15 o'clock and It'was then ?
: effect a general mobilization ot the !
but held' it wilt be "
present perfect, order was observed one of several Italian! by the .the white man's party,
the Independent. circumstance that'tend
arranged that dlsaatlafledpeople. ,
Haywood's '
i i police. v another source, It was .learnod *
to connect three co-defendants The trial eclipses In Interest 'and should make their opening statementand It was announced that the state banquet that Secretary Taft 1* greatly'" chagrined '
with Orchard's life The boy's neck Is supposed to hare
and operations.
sensation the McCue and the 3 trot her- present their' first testimony on which wa to have been given a* Senator Foraker! for the', /
Haywood will take the stand to In Paris Thursday evening In honor been. broken when he was strangled;\ ,
Bywaters case In Culpeper Judge Lov Monday manner and the tone la which he discussed .
mike personal denial of Orchard' ac. I _. the of Slam had been I head separated '
tag, 'armed with a'' double-barreled king countermanded causing the to become the action of the president",II '
cusatlons. Moyer maybe called to testify When the trial opened'F'riday morning owing to the bloodshed In the
v shotgun, Instantly killed young GJjtea, from the body when decomposition set discharging three aegro, OOD1Panl .' of
60Ie'1y.t-o events and circumstances it stipulated that the record '
south of France.
while he was unloading a car of fer- rae In. The headwas found a abort distance the twenty-fifth 'Infantry- ,and It la, r
Affecting the Western Federation of should show \that the date ot the draft
The president's decision created
/lier\ In Oakrldge fallowIng only by '
on April 22, the strongest persuasion ofT
JHIuera but Pettibone sent by Haywood to Jack ( excitement ,from the body, ,
trill be a a buggy ride on the evening be- some ,, as It emphasized the close personal friend that he Is,.''re-
witness In this Mr. Darrow late in 1906 Deceober 21 ,after Five Italian faro ot'' them -4'' 1
case explained ;ore of Bates and Miss Elisabeth Loving was and gravity of the situation.. ,women, strained from'Answering the fiery $'or-

that Moyer and Pettlbone the nineteen-year-old daughter! ot that the prosecution proceed to The newspapers report an Attemptto are'under. arrest,, ''charged ';,as accomplices : I aker without delay In fact, S cretaJ'J"Taft' '
must: stand trial for this same show by a handwriting expert that the prereoture"Ilt '
crime. burn Narborfne.
Judge ,Loving The girt;',when brou&hthome to the murder,.and extra: detailsof may yet decide to reply to For,
And declared that every lawyer knew George Pettibone, using ,the name of .. A mob piled straw at the gatesand '
had been drinking; and ft is alleged ; police and deputies are maintaining aker while the latter'. Wllberforc*,
,' th a danger whatever the circumstances that her escort had maltreattd "J. Wolff1 and "P. Bone," made two set fire to it. Gendarmes. fired ; speech I* still fresh In' the publto
of exposing men awaiting trial remittances of to Harry Orchard i order,In the excited, Italian quarter of
under her. Acting under the impulse that his money from upper stories and the attackers mind and before hit. own overwrought'
like circumstances. at San Francisco i the city.Alt day small crowds "
through the ned Jong
daughter had been drugged and assaulted feelings are calmed by1, lapse of ;time.
Mr. Darrow denied the existence of Judge Loving Immediatelywent Pacific Postal Telegraph company, : In It Is also, announced* that there has were dispersed promptly by the police; Not only doe: Secretary Taft feel.that \

the great conspiracy( to murder' alleged In search? qf-Estea. After the I the tall of 1904. The state next called been further shooting, in the streets despite' whose, precautions a report he I Is: called 'upon to make a peronal -,
by the state with Orchards testimony Jim Seaborn, a colored horse-trad.. of Narbonne and many 'persons have has gotten ,out summoning a mass '
shooting he said: 1 shot to kill. Every & defense but a* a member .of the'
as a basis! ; denied that the drop of blood* in my body called who swore that ha sold a horse, and been' .wounded' meeting at: Elk place. Seventy armed administration, which has been nnpro- a

federation wa anything except aa for vengeance. I would have gene a .I.buggy to Orchard In Denver in 1805. "arbonne Is described as preventing deputies have( been placed on guardat vokedly. attacked be owes' at. hut .aa

"Harry Orchard: ," said Mr, Darrow, The trial is one of the moat inter- men who rode with Orchard.So battle. The pavinc stones usedin strongest in the state, where' 'three -- , I.

"'was a cheap soldier of fortune, a es.lng In the annals) ot criminology far, many statements made by the assault on the troops encumberthe of .the prisoners are held, and some :"LET'THE HEATHEN RAGE

.Hhoe-strlng gambler who bad not ever in Virginia Judge Loving( a politician, Orchard: on the stand have been con streets, the walls are marked with apprehension has been felt over the I -,

dime a day's work in his life a man of wide prominence a former roborated. He told of the houses be bullets, windows are broken and the safety of two other prisoner who ,. Move of Steamship Companies to Taboo .. is\

"We don't think that Orchard was Jurist, had the unique distinction of visited and the rooms tie occupied in cafes are wrecked, the)\ furniture having have been taken to. an adjoining par.. South Not ....rtd. -I.;

At the Bunker Hill\ and Sullivan mills. standing at the bar on trial for his San Francisco; he told of experiments been used for building barlcadea. ish. The statement that the principal!

Wo 'will show that he was not here life' in the same court over which he with the peculiar' bomb which Broken 'bottles used as clubs, litter Seldom since the. nafla )lynching, European steamship line engsged In''' .:

and we will show that he was engaged -. himself presided for a number ot he says, was Invented by Pettibone; the ..breta'everywhere.. Many of the sixteen year ago( has New Orleans carrying immigrants had decided. to toy!

In hid favorite work of gambling years when an Indictment of murderin I he told of receiving money from "Pat wounded are suffering: from shot been so"Stirred with threats of 'violence / j boo the south was shown to John" AJ' ._ _

with the easiest mark he could the first degree was returned Bono," who, he said, was Pettibone; wounds and saber gashes! or front a* now, and some ,of these Betjeman, chairman the executive

.find We will show that he did not.participate against him last month at Lovlngston. he told of the: poisoned milk; ,he,described fractured skull 'or limbs. threat are made by those who participated ,committee of the Georgia Imuilgrtloa:

> in most of the crimes of On that occasion a change of venue his... lans Is 'blow Bradley There 'are no sign ot'danger abating In disorder at that time. The Association. and ,be was asked for,hi.. -_ _

which'' he has hero boasted. I don' was granted on account of the bitter : and possibly.hi whole family to their but the overpowering' mllltab'kee law and order element Is much stronger opinion. on' their action

tike to take any of the bloom off a feeling existing In Nelson county, death with a bomb loaded with dynamite the people from assembling in than It has been hereqtfore.. In response Mr. Petjeman stated that i <

>:each like that, but while we will show Judge William H. Darksdale of Hall ; he gave his hotel address and large numbers The. murdered boy: was found'near the action of these two'.Unll ?, was,'not'

he is not the murderer he boasts himself fax: .county, who bad been designatedby each statement has been. cororboratedby Many wine-groverscontlnue'to pout St,. Rose; about twenty miles from likely to cause any serjou*',concern to.

we will compensate him by proving Governor Swanson to try the cain se witnesses whose testimony has not Into Narbonne from :the country districts . New Orleans la a territory ,which either New Ojrleans, Ualreston ,ot 's.-

him to be the moat( monumental the place of Judge Bennett T. Gordon 1 been successfully assailed ,In their and threaten to set fire
liar that, ever exUted. who declined to'' sit on account I, cross-examination. ,,: hotels occupied by the army officer In the past ,few days, When that a line .* strong and aggressive .

"Before our. first witness leaves the of personal, feelings existing between The state has contented Itself with "In the*"' hamber of de>>U'tlea'Thurs.. the- dogs failed to locate the boy 'a was.arrantnj to take'car, of both '

t, :7 stand gentlemen' we will convince himself and Judge Loving ''transferred : bringing before the jury'the story ot day morning; after a tumultuous, scene "third degree' sweating process wrung 'the t.r81&.114 Immigrant. buslnessi,, t.

you; we will convince Mr. Hawley the' case to. Houston, the. county the blowing un.of,, the. concentrator at during which' Premier, Clemeoceau a confession from one' of the suspects *!ij noit*. -

: himself(, that thU .'man Orchard h aseat of' Halifax Wardner, where Orchard lighted' one was addressed In Insulting! terms, an who Was taken from U* homelnSL ,., :
ti '
lied out most of the essential l pointsof The history of* the case Itself Is interesting of the. fuses that caused the death*' of Interpellation of/- the government on Rosa about midnight Saturday night, WHO. WANTS ,A, RAILROADS

his story We'will have from twen because of the obscurity that two men.. Its repressive measures towards' the and carried Into the wood by a,combined -.
ty-five to thirty witnesses who wilt surrounds the rosin points at issue-* The state commenced its strong o0 r. wine-grower.wa*',postponed ,until Friday force, of the officials and wig. Efforts :Being." Mads,to ',*' .f' Ml* '

take the stand and contradict thU man whether or net Judge Loving was Justified roboratlon ot his sterybotho time when the fate of the cabinet maybe ante; who have had' the search In Central! of.Ge...>g4.' )HeMiAgaThe . ----

absolutely. Some ot these will t>e In' taking the 'life of.the ;young of his connection,, with tao Miners decided., ... charge, This man, Ignislo Camplgcl- undoubted purses* .Of the state

miners, but others willI' be eminent'respoctable man whom he believed to be guilty .Union la, Colorado and Iho outbreak''of '< ': one, wa kept In the woods an hour or ueorgia to rttta wad oontrol OM:

people 'who, have never of -'.'craTe crime. against, his young the great strike at Cripple Creeks, JAP AMBASSADOR'S BREAK. when he confessed, charging four great railroad ,corporations; through

done a day's work In their' lives:' daughter. The Vindicator'mIne netted the Italians with the murder; He ,said legislative enactments and executive)

Here as at other points In his On this point, as on', the ultimate murderer two men. He told how tho ,Aokl" Angers Roosevelt by Demanding that about the ,time'ot 'a mall, u eet- administration', accounts for negotiations

.speech.. Mr, Dar o"'. sarcasm caused outcome of the trial iUelf. Nelson powder waa stored and where, and Indemnity for.'Frisco' Affair." jag in:New Orleani ..more'than a'week now'under way'la New''York, for

wave -after wave of laughter. SomeIImen county 1* split In twain. The social how It was fired by a pistol explodedby A dispatch to the Record-Herald ago, held for the purpose of prosecuting .the sale of the Central!'of.Georgia; railroad '

the balUffj had to rap for or prominence of the two families'Involved the lifting of a guard rail to which .Chicago, from Washington, says: a search forth' boy,.these men, and Its auxiliary ocean steam.,, '

der. :' conduces greatly to 'the strain upon a wire was attached. Viscount Aokl, the Japanese ambassador who, 'Were In a. vacant house In St. ship ,lines. There ha developed 1 aa f'

Mr. Darrow briefly: sketched the the feelings ot' the rival faction, The explosion ot the Independence ,' has Incurred President. Roose-; Rose, became frightened and consulted undisputed willingness on the' 'part',of*' :

wanderings of Orchard as related by the political aspects of the case bona depot, confessed to by Orchard as having vert's'' strong displeasure because ot about what, to do with the child.'The certain Interest to> dispose.ot' at'.least:: ,

the wlntess. Orchard remained In the log the minds of: the populace alone.Ide been planned and executed by him his lack of delicacy: and discretion in boy :was. crying, begging to, be' taken a part of their Central x>t Oeorgla. ,

Court D'Alane., be said, trying to regain or the other'' game the ascend resulted In, the death of fourteen non conducting the negotiations relating to home to hi*.parent*, said Camplgcla- holding' ,

possession of his onesixteenJntereetin enc). union miners. the San Francisco attacks on Japan: no, and Qne of the quartet of kidnap .0 "+
the Hercules mine until Orchard said he hunted Governor sue Aold's recall Is due to three era grabbed ''the child and ,strangled 'BOGUS, BOOZE: ,IN ,BARROOMS '

ho was driven out by tear of arrest TEXAS BARS CONSUMPTIVES. Peabody by bomb and gun and both things: him to death tq stop his noise.: Later .----.' .

And confinement In the "bull pen," the former governor of Colorado 'and Being out of favor with President two of the kidnapers came'ta him carrying Seizures of Almost Poisonous Concootlon -. '

"Then he wandered .from place to Will Quarantine Persons' Suffering his daughter have testified to incidents Roosevelt Marrying a German woman the, boy In "ablanket"! and after Mad*'st Augusta; Os.:

place, seldom working" said* Mr. Dar Acute Stag .0'-01...... doscrlbed by Orchard. The attack on (which made him unpopular In his threatening: him with death, If.he told Acting ,under the pure food and M

row. "He was a sort; of gentlemanlyminer ) Peabody were failures, but the; man' own country) and not getting full social took the body Into the swamp.. drug. act,,.the> revenue authorities are

who mined the miners. In 1892.he All persons suffering from tuberculosis who made one of the bombs described recognition from the'members ot Camplgclano.; after. relating ,this making an investigation, of goods, offered -,

turned up In Cripple Creek But in an advanced stage are to be by Orchard has been found and the the diplomatic ;corps 'In, Washington. story, led the police( by'" moonlight for,sale, Jn the barrooms ,of 'AUgusta. -,

from 1889 to 1903, this Important per- debarred from entering "rex a.. Dr. bomb'. Itself has been traced to the Before the president left for Oyster through two miles: of Bwaaxp,. where Go., and,, have developed thai

nonage: In American history, Is alt ed'Drumby, state health officer/ ; has stat place where Orchard said it would be Bay the Japanese ambassador talkedwith the searchers sometime waded ,In I fact that..a large' percentage, pf the
,'II except lost td view Pretty certain that within a day he would found. him about the attacks> on Japanese water' nearly: waist deep, and at others stuff,. is' heavily adulterated,' some of'

however, that during that time he Issue a proclamation establishing a Orchard told'of 'planting 'a bomb at In California and about the de- crawled' under .tangle oturlars.. it ,being graded. as almost polaon uL

could have been found'in the backroom rigid quarantine against all personaafflicted the gate of Judge Ooddard In Denver. struction of their property. Aokl .dip- In a shallow pool at the, ,,end. of thi.1Ie8.I'ch Seizure hate. been made .and the

of some saloon, gambl:ug. wlUf the disease In an acutedegree. This a8Socla e. Justice of the supreme loma.tloally.hinted that the United the body',,was found'In a blanket goods ttirned over to' the United States.

"It Orchard today held his one-six- court of Colorado,, has testified himself States. should pay Indemnity. to Japan In a dump, of wild", cane. thortfca! .,

tenth Intertst in the Hercules mine, to the finding of the bomb after for the Ban. Tanciacp mop outrages : I

lie 'would be worth halt a million dollars MUSS SOLDIERS ON STRIKE. Orchard made his confession exactlywhere President Roosevelt remained silent ROAD. REPORTED'" SOLD.. 'MITCHELL. NAILS FAKE.
;. J>at I think he'd rather have Orchard said he placed It. and mistaking this silence for '-, "
Trouble Breaks Out Among Czar's Orchard said bo planted acquiescence In the suggestion the '-. -.. President Used NoCut, '
bomb ,
what ha's got because It is more valuable a to Rumor. That, the B. A O.t4as, 'Taken Out" Rentuks
Troop tSatloned at Kaluga. kill Judge Oabbert, another ambassador made'.a definite Gearg'la
to the newspapers I Justice proposition Over Central of Georgia en Day, f.t
'"that story abouUthe Bradley, house Trouble has broken. out among the Of the supreme court of Colorado. that the United' States pay an There was .a' well defined report In "If the president told any speaker t;
troops stationed af Kaluga, Russia. Judge Gabbert escaped but Indemnity. to 'cut It out' Jamestown .
was another of Orchard's pipe dreams the bomb Atlanta Monday that the stock t on, Georgia ,-
of the '
thrown In to make him the greatest General Orloff ,left St. Petersburg exploded and killed a passer-by whom There was 'no mistaking tho, presi! Central of Georgia "Railway, ; day, I. did Dot hear him ,do rIO,",

criminal of the age. We have a deposition hurriedly 'Wednesday night to take Orchard described' as "an Innocent dent's attitude' then. He for Ibiy' expressed up to this l time :controlled through company, says W, N.' Mitchell-of Atlanta, president '.
from Mr Bradley In'which he charge of the garrison at Kaluga. No man." disapproval' of the jrOl) >OlIltloQ holding committee, of the. exposition: commission of f
wrecked Information is available as to the nature Orchard has ,been traced through and dismissed the. ambassador with representing the! Georgia.
says the house, was : by gas;; Southern railway, has been acquired ,G
, .that' he smelted the gas and that when 'ot the trouble, a strict' .censorship ' Colorado, Montana Washington and advice, to conduct his negotiations In- : by the Baltimore ,and, Ohio railroad *'! am 'certanl that, ,such>: words' t.

he lighted his cigar the explosion occurred on press dispatches having' been Idaho up to the gate of Governor Steu- future with the state department.. W" the reason for .the'trenster were not used by the president at they ".
: being the
Orchard never blew 'up the Instituted since the dissolutlon'of the nenberg's residence' where on December Secretary Root was Informed of the desire to keep from violating,; ',.tha reviewing' stand. I presented the press;!;!

Bradley house, and I tell you this. duma. 30, 1908, his bat fearful 'crime I Incident and Immediately Changed his Georgia,law:, en'the"subject, the, transfer " ident, taking;' Just two minutes and.'

without having any special intentionof ... was commltte and Frank Steunenberg. demeanor toward the Japanese am- giving the stock to a.noorcompetlng i forty seconds to do so., Th president':
Was killed. bassador. ,* then followed with, address."
defending Harry Orchard. AGREEMENT FALLS THROUGH. line. I. his

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Alabama Solon "
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4 In T IsCandldate'for The International Association ot Situation' In Soutn of Seven People. Reported'Killed andq/
Farrier jd'-Iga County X.'f : Be ''Elected by ,Legislature., France Hopeful.' Trouble. ,la Only Local and, Will 'Not _
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Printing Fresamen at its convention Mutinous Troop Repent. Eight on YeMtC.ntraL' %
the Blu* Ribbon. Effect Eastern -
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at Brighton Beach N Yi: of The: situation resulting Four persons are ,known 'to
Houston Tex ; by a vote from,,the The Western Union .
Cleveland ft Sons at Alabama' senate, has stated .lnan :Interview and Postal 'oerator"s D IjeeiJ killed '
three more are thoughtto
102 to 93, repudiated: the five-year wine-groweri" movement In southernFrance ; ,
'. ,.*; received the first bale of the new agreement with the United Typothetae that, ,the legislature, :wouldhave which,wasfollowed: by'the In Sap\ '1'uncl! C/, struckFri' \ .' be dead, and eight were.. badly;Injured
revIgnattone'ks afternooq. ,
crop of cotton .Thursday'night. bpi; express ; cir America, brhtoh'was .entor.d">Into to.elect. Bankhead to the ,senate ,.;marks. ot sympathy" 'of. 'The, order ;to sinks in, ,a wreCk'abput! 11,C)'elouk,"'_, , .
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,, to Jceep faith In' any 'sort of ..ay'with \the. Western; ,Union abou0a. "
from ,EJ, .>M,, Ruth,Ten; ot Run, on January 18 last. Thin' agreement the: people... ' the officials! ot many municipalities: and official* ,refused to arbitrate night mile east of, PlttsforeYN. ,.
p''ln'book He Intimated ,that, 'any .serious the grievances ; Y;. 'on the Auburn bi' aeh' of ,tbs> Hidalgo county Last y eat the, Arab; Affected 19,000 4ere.t..the
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p Fy Information that there would be a We carry to Tourist Sleeping, Car between Jacksonville and Norfolk. ,- ty
large per cent,. of the prospective set. deliver your packages withina g P
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S if 'their hands.mattercould With the general be placed pros In chase. This is not idle for Illustrated folder containing maps, descriptive' matter"Hit of _,r"I,

parity of the state and the vast resource boasting, but we want your. j JFARMAOY.: .. |. hotel, etc.
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figures about the crop Klsslmmee!, Fla. 7ei DRUG in the Drug !
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good unless placed before people rr ,
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'F, know btate. what A geological can be survey raised will In\ this dot I S I .. -- : -'" --,,--, g f Waters & Carson Grocery CoJC. "

i;'{ much people toward In this direction enlightenment and when of the the I --1"co.ww.oi I S; ft Bottle of! "flerbine"-FREE to Everu Customer f; i 5,

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Orlando Reporter-Star. ___ .( COUNTY AGENTS FOB f J 4i

i t 'Some weelcs ago the correspondent ,

vfP John w.Watson, all iipoke Rood of material lion. und Portable Hollers. and; Sawmills Stationery; Woodworking Engines. II A Y I I celebrated: FertilizersGRAIN CllATES | ,

' for. the Florida.Since\ of the great a Machinery and Supplies. Complete . E T ,c. i:
that time
state of e line carried in stock. liberal _ Circular cud Prlc..
A j bas been taken up (In many portions terms. Write for batalogue. F..I...... o. Application. .r- v-
of the state, and Mr. Watson is now a State agents for the Olds Gas and xT ?JT ,
receiving "bushels" of letters from
nook and corner of the. iasoliae Engines.
almost every : Address all communications. to
tate asking him to make the. race
for this high .position. While other. MACHINERY COMPANY I HIDES --FtJRS ,
counties. have some good material for MALSBY
governor, it la admitted by all that JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; fy
', there Is not a man within the boundary Paint and PaperImprove Lout Dlataace Pboae S74.' 22 Oceaa Street.._ -- Country Produce a J '
of the state. better fitted for the
position than Hon. John W. Watson.
II* has hac1'e..... of experience In the. and house.I 'N'N'q'a

......... legislative halls where -he bas will be pleased to bring my 1907,.....:' " _. _._--- .. .
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and -- --- - ---
house -----,-
( served one or two term aa speaker of sample books to your K1SSSIMMEE.'T
r 4 the house, and has always. been appointed make any suggestions in the latest NORTH .
1 chairman of important com decoration that you may desire.Drop ,
mlttees. His ability is recognized by me a card and' wlll cheer
all: be is a man of sterling integrity, fully furnish estimates on paper John B. Stetson University
;sag would 01'ft'Dor.-llaml make a safe and Cor.COD.ttel'yatl..e' and painting : t t : ; : .: C. W. Griffin, j

The/mayor/ and marebal are making Fancy Family GroceriesFresh 1 'DELANO, FLORIDA.
(; a commendable effort to have the town
;.. leaned up and put In a sanitary. condition ,I ORLANDO. FLORIDA. Affiliated With University of Chicago.'
before the rainy season comes Meats.
on., This U particularly important! K; j jL Colter. of Liberal Art*.-Tim> .Ia..d..". are thoM of he Ualveraltr. of Cblcwo. Button
; 'm graduate*receive their doer e** from both alataou sad 1'hicaco. Hee U>. ChicanC aoU
lost now as there 1s an unusual .num --WE,ARE AGENTS FOR-+ Solicited. 8telaoa catalog '
bar of oases of Illness in town, brought : Delluery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage .s Colleceof Law.-"tiradnateof this College arc admitted to practice law' la Florida without
i' bv the abnormally dry weather we ...mIDaUou. .* .
on been and International ,Harvester Co. act6caae. 6tsAt A----- .Audarr6s. '.A.--.egiatMe Cellos.of Technology School of Mechaale'Aria.-Meebasloa). ClvIL Xlaotiieal,
have experiencing
are now
engineering and Manual Training course leading; lu d.._ Fine new building, testy
and when It does begin to rain coed equlpment. : .
, 'tlon are apt to grow worse if filth and Gasoline Engines. College of B..I.--n.nklu. In all It* brawebe.. Bookkeeping by belt method. ]
trash are allowed to accumulate. Every Shorthand and*bulldln T. uewrillug. Elective course vpen la other Ueparbnenta. Large Fatuity" : analoomraodlou 1N I

citizen can assist the, authorities A..y.-orada.teoo prepared to enter Harvard Tale, Prinoetoa .
Preparatory ,
1 Cornell
,Tbe Best on the Market. We IIloh......&;Ul BraWclaa, **-
IB this good work by seeing that hisprealse \ of.tR KOQd *eollone*
.4J )' : .1 ; 4 '. ' ,I. .: > 1 :". :J (. Moraaal sad ........ School-I. Kln&encartea lu own tmlldln- 4. Pri: .,.,. and
cleaned .. .
are thoroughly uo will make, you'close prices on1ti\,Engines ,\isrNARR19MJ 17P.y<;t, \p,. . '''I. " ", I '. '" I ,-lJFmi EWAN.if Grammar School la ,.par.. bulldl... Tbeae chool epeclall prepare tSibllo firhoo
sad put in a sanitary condition, and i teaGben. 1h 1
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should your neighbor fall to do like- and Pumps runriinf'.orderon : ; HARRIS' :SANITORIUM.*);/" "..Ic $ciool.-A $10,000 pipe organ a doun planes, separate building, lugs faculty" \I .
' ,wise Inform tthe ,marshal, ..ho will farm., thorough ouurne of atudy.. '.:ii
t lour Art School-New studio costly cuts, model etc. ,
see that It la done., Notices are now ORLANDO FLA btvtKon baa a faculty of 411 pnWeaaor sod Instructor They hold degrees from tbe"UnlTeraitT ...
being sent out to parties who have' of-Cb Ie"10. Harvard. Yale. Dsrtmuuthb Columbia. To........ Wakerorcat, IxmlaTlllo. Bow
been In these matters,.and cols lltree t, nucknell Unl>.- Ian Denmaon and other UnlTanltle There ara-.
negligent W. L Van Duzor &: Co. with all modern
t should be A Private Institution built and equipped or.rt'ka.el0..eln' buttdlag.aod.quipmeolnearly; quarter of a million dollar endowment*.
they cheerfully complied rut> endowed library mover IS.OOO volume.; a beautiful chapel with coetljr umlablnt laelud-
-with. When the health of a town Is In conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment log.taiuedglauwlndow.,7uil piloting.a IIOXMI pipe orxaoi a Uymnaln with com Pi"" *' ,
danger U no time for quibbling. Get ,- the sick. apparatus; an enoleaed Atblello VI.I"i runnlof track, "' ''DI. court.', baaeball diamond aid
,I , busy,. clean up. Rates $20 to $s-0 per week which includes medical OfJ gridiron wonvn:,ten bealde ler.lsboratorieafor wlmmlnff., Rolf :.:.''t.:.nd. Pbrtlc other .*p Macterlulocy rt*; separate, Nlnuologyand13101057 bulldlnr for men and 1
( M'eral large and electric ,electric bell.,_.. ,
CITY BARBER SHOP mnaeuin. *bop ; llrhu beat cement walke, shell
t Editor Harris,of the Klsslmuiee Val- tendance.Our rood* broad aveDuee.specious_ ., .brubbery'and trees; aoolaL" literary',mualcal' and otber 1
key Qacette, pours some hot shot. Into charges for surgical operations are moderate. Mudenta'clubaatar beautilul".. beallbful'leeturecoure.and tbe expenae;.Chrlillan*are low.and not sectarian teaoblnc. Tb. locatlen. is

.&the business men of his city for seml- Now Open for Businessfn For catalori, view, '014... and InforaaUon,add...* the Pr.sidst.
Inc their printing out' O' town when 0a
t the home printer could turn It out for LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.
less money. There is no excuse for Patrick's Old Stand. D. LUt. D., LL. D.

., ',,t :people taking away their patronage NEW CHAIR DELANO, FLA
i even when'the price is the same but Osceola County
when the foreign firms take it for ,. .
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higher prices and till get it we do not NEW RAZORS W. L. W INN, .li

Ip .blame Bro. Harris. for registering a NEW EVERYTHING Abstract IiA
Company rft'Jr.xcnAM A7.D.ororo7f.
large kick. Orlando lieporter*Star.
'Don't preach about borne trade and .-----.-- ... .--- T Id
at the same time"send your orders ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... __.....c_. ......-
for Job of '
printing out town"ssvthe

'S f Santera Chronicle' Your: home bR NO r AV., DR. .J. W. SIMPSON { pe
;>.pr1p!.It' 6.1Co: your work just. as ,." WILLOW DALEWHISKEY

good, and In nine cases' out of.tea ate I Real Titles estate examined. and reported.ooTaxe. DENTIST. ; CS'
A can beat ti prloea ecauseiifptjl -
muds"ite := REVIVOIESTORES paid for non-residents
\ for ""Vanning; ex- .. Instruments relating to real estate Office over Osceola Pharmacy. ': alr I

Dense*. tty tending your next VITALITY carefully drawh 9 a. m. to'12 m. ,
?' printing order to this office you'll\ be OFFICE HOURS: } 1.30: 1.0 530p. m. e r us
'S better. satisfied all around, and ". Corr S ondnc Solicit d. Telephone No. .16. Jun 6. lyr .'1 w
:you'll be keeping the money at.home." a .I.IaaQQQaaaQQaaaaQQaQQQQaa I- : k ri.k .
Well Nan
Janl Ofrljrr D
Speech of Hon.! C. A. Carson. ? T, M. RIVERS. M. D. ,k
THE of Ha. aril 5111'1100. t tat
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the good will be commended; the evil Rmmraoe_ _o -' 'Y Office In Van Duxor Building. EXPRESS .

_' and the or dishonest suffer the must,consequences.change theirtactics of -.and m.quickly.t..ata cu..o'b..falL!.ao..,... It actspowerfully I I L. Van DUlor & Co..1R0KERS'. .OS-Cltfl".. Ida ,.He.l<...e.. S3 4'F.ULL&985 / colC

the righteous wrath of< the aroused V_.._.Ski retain their loa manhood,sad I coarse, FLA. Fri
public. In this as In all other for old. .:.RSVI VO.recover' It quickly their youthful and quietly vlror removes by- : PREPAID 'I ng
ward movements, an enlurhtened bank NerrouBaeee LM : SesualWeakneee DR. LESLEY W. WEEDON. Sri
: Jhr. Send $2.85 and will ,
s we ship JOI"In a plain
each a*Lest Power, s
banker should be and will be
I' or ai Wasting pieeaaae,sad efeot..2 ..'If........oruoe. SPECIALISTYat. case with no marks to show content, four.Iullquarts : orhe
disseminator of Lb.rutb fearlessly. .. and indiacreUoa.. which anew one for of WILLOW DALE RYE express prepaid.
sad courageously.To ." ,tody.: Daeiaeae or aarrt_ II not only cures .. .. CAR. NOSB.AND THROAT. it and U don't find .
Try it all
by.larUigast.e.estofdl.nss.busLasteala.rv. 1 ESTATEAND von right the
.+ meet such\ grave and fearful. responsibilities I t......* t>.... .. ...r. brtocina REAL Private Hospital. American National bent you ever tasted, send it back to us at our ex J
". bearing such vital relation -. beck the ftlaiBl..._..*...cheekeandr- Bank Bid* Tampa Fla. venae and your $2.85 will be promptly refunded. rid
the what should .... INSURANCE g
to community etorlDethe Yr..f? It warde off ap- Isn't that a fair offer on're
/ IM the charao'er ofhe individual 1 proaxhlagdlaeaee.'_ v1air HiTVIVO.
i' should be M__ I*can be carried la Teat pocket. By Remember we are distillers, so when you
'banker He a-man of.the
1' ma0g1.00 per peekace orals foe M.OO. Weaive from us you save the enormous profits of the deal ai
highest intellectual and moral attain-. tree.advlaa....tensest to all who wiah ikwith P A. AGNEW Ill
and avoid
.. .. T ers all chance of adulteration.
his ideas should not be gwar.--* Ctreulara ... Adder YOU are
sent.: He should hitch his mean WTAL cmcmi CO. ...... ..... Calcsas, I.. ...---..-.....stk.Att6I.6t dh I.A.W. sure of petting our 'whiskey Jut as it comes from bI
lowly. wagon ...... I
or I ,ATTORNEY ,, oar distillery, without bring tampered with in i
; financially, intellectually! For 'In the I I 1'.0- I anyway.
6 to a star- sale Hlssiinmee' I | .
and Hla conduct In .1'''''. KUtlmmea Drug Co..,druu......' M. TILLERReal AND
moraUI'It.-personal public U you prefer corn hiakey we will iced yoll" $ fill
Q1JIU'taof-on.r ALLAN
tsbonld be above reproach _should be 1 Estate _,Agency.: WHISKYNrY.BO. CORN r A aiS't
.' "- worthy of Imitation by all in his com* : ;
< Application i for Pardon. buy a better from
corn.whUkey else
anybody at
\' ).,inanity, and should be broadened by 'mama 1 any price., : Irila
,A: V," s nmnao for the elevationof TakeaotkMtkatlwUeataonrat s ci Realty bought and sold. + Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or
,'" h short, substituting Jab, .since as aaoa tM.estw aa I aaay,he sooner '
., :,"banker" ...." we may bear,apply to the ......... Board a< Florida ':-' Houses rented. PILLS. (IS! refunded risk goes with every shipment we make. 1' ay'ml
"God min no when deal with .. r
ll'''w/Hh Lowell. give Us men. ,. for a Dante far FheKx Bt.Oak-,who wes aaarTirtad Taxes paid and Titles verified A__--aor-- w you us tbe ownersof
-II; whom'tb.lusts of office canot kill at tbe.....*servo of the dreatt Cart(oraaay i for non-residents... I 1IfE' .:.=. -cr'.ES and ourcompany will do exactly have resources of a minion dollars !. tan
:..... whom the spoils of office will not o--C. MF.ybWs..d ilsslesgawr.Agana. Fire Life and Accident In- -.l.a-.>*r r .--.. -ryes--.. rtattutMACONjaa. we pay t
Wyl men,who possess opinions and awin ....... be hand eaitheDated mww.dIb. =--= =Y : 'THE SWIFT CREEK plSTtLUNC COu, ill
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will not lie-tall. men; .uir rowne.-. dole trd. aay et _A.fUOL, .Bonds. ."t \ O..w.2 Ra.Lt.rd\ DksWws Na 2f...wN'Crsii,'c:.. IL
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f he KIssImmee Valleu Gazette Wade the Tuner, Orlando. Regular I
meeting of
j the School Miss Edith
Hendricks of '' ,
'Green '
--- L Fine line of watches. at the Klssim- Board next Tuesday. I I Cove Springs i* the guest; of her I at Fresh the KUslmmee tock garden Drug and'Co flower seed] ,Cap Ceo. H. Frost, I a {

mee Drug Co. sisterAire.. .
TELEPHONE "9. 11. The first regular I It. Caoova. v r.
term of the
county ."The Valley Gacette U.
court will Mr. A. E, Drought left last In. receipt'of-
All colors begin Monday, July' 8th. A night t.he
narrow velvet' Ribbon'at useful present with every purchase -. for Key West following brief note from Mrs. '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY n. C, Stanford Co. The Board of County Commission-l from five cents up, at t6. Cash on a,business trip. Nellie Frost Merritt, announcing .the",

Miss Kloise Moon expects ere will meet In. regular session next. Store. F., U.;;.LAWSON. Misses Grace dolley,' Corrle Miller death of her father Capt. ,George-. ;
w. to resume Monday. and Ruth Butler spent the day In Frost, who for the past twenty years,
NARR6.OFFICIAL her art class next Flor helm.tlJ Patent
week.j Oxfords are Orlando Monday. or longer bad been. regular winter
== -- ', ===:: '-=--=,- Old newspapers for j sale i in this 'M'rs. M.. N. Overstreet went. up to the, correct thing. to style comfort; visitor to. Kiislmmee, and whose death;

' WEATHER REPORT. office for 20 cents per hundred. taltland: Saturday to visit her daughter etc. Found at II, C. Stanford, Co. ; Regular''communication of Orange e will cause a feeling of sincere regret ,
Mrs, W. J. Austin.Misses only. Blossom Lodge F. A A. M., Monday among his large circle of friends
.-- fmpOTVtur for w..k ....!at: Thums Try tbe new barber shop. E night Work In the Fellowcraft de here: .. '
I ,. Jour :71,1967. veryhing The Rev David -
D. Kidd hold '
tpa hew and Carrie And Mabel gree.: Dorchester Mass.
up-to-date. Sharp razors Tyson June 20.-18C7-*
I clean towels, first-class service. left Friday for a visit. to friends( andrelatives services In the Episcopal church on Cant. George.H. frost. one -of your* f' "
Mia: Raln-f on the East..Coast. Sunday next 'at 10:30 "a.. m. and 8 The Kl..fmmee'Drlllr 'Co. has. just old time visitors to Klsilnomee,' died'' '
Calvin Platt Is moving his cattle o'clock p. m. Installed a handsome orange ade at bis! borne: 223 N ponset Avenue. '
- consisting of about 1500 or 2000 head Miss Marie II ad dies ton went down New barber shop at Patrick's land, which It make a fellow thirsty. Dorchester./. Mass.' this '
old morning
r. . . .. M 113 from Indian River to the range be- to Miami last week to spend vacation stand. Service by a tonsonlal ..rt.I.t.COD.e..nt. to look at. f Funeral Saturday at 1 o'clock at bis f , '

..dqp .M V M 6A ween Wolf Creek and Taylors Creek with her father and/grandparents.. with si 1 the latest fade in Mr. J. A. Crawford of. late residence, burial at" Franklin_ f 4
tbe Jacksonville
day. .... . n M n north east corner of Osceola I barberiag. .'.acbuaet.La. "
. Father Fox will celebrate Mass tf U In town' the Interest. , .
is.d&y . M> <16O .a* county, other stocks may follow. i Many times during his illness the
fO .6 Monday July 1st. at 6:30: m. Hewishes The baseball club held of the biff timber deal and proposed .
m a meeting
ior.d.j, ... .. ... lilt 10 .e From three rows of tomatoes about to meet ail the congregation last Friday night and reorganized, l..wmllllllent.loll8d elsewhere in this might past two drown has h, wished' >N'

thirty. feet long Domino Rotundo. the Sunday night at 7:30. with W..J. Sear as manager and paper mee get to .tear' old Klsilm-
again and
looked forward,
,- - Italian sold between fruiterer,went.has,- ve gathered and thirty and Qufde-Chart with each Ladles'Home Wood Carson captain. The Rangers have four ,l'am. week. to the arrival' of oU..P.per every,, S

dollars worth of fruit. This, too after Journal oattern. At DANN'S.!, Having purchased the Rlsstm mesa scheduled for next week. They will Yours truly

a cow had gotten in and bitten the Messrs. Carson &; Story' sold a ear- Bottling Works I am preparedpromptly to day. at Barlow on Wednesday. and NELLOE.. FROST, / I',,,

vines back when they first began to load of fine mutton sheep this week to supply bottled soft, drinks; Thursday, and at Arcadia on Friday.
THE LOCAL FIELD: bloom. J. S. Stratum, which were shipped by | Phone 120 and your--orders >will receive -" and Saturday. ,; A Happy Motherwill' +

the latter. to W. .I:. prompt attention set hat her ',:
Fulton at Tampa, I Christian' '.. baby is' properly
Ladles' Home Journal patterns do I 11-tf. .J. A. Lancaster notice: No cared for to do'trOOd..pu.. .
not. waste, Have your house papered Geo. I I reaching services next Sunday a
material. At D ANN'B.. The baseball. grounds. have been five ia neoeitary. 'Many babies suffer
Nt3t Gilbert will give you satisfaction. F minister will be at St. Cloud. Rex* ,
We are requested by Marshal changed completel around the homo ular services 'first and from worms and theirmothers don't +
lOa shoes at DAMN'S. Hodges to state that the ordinance Mr. W. W. Jackson, an. experienced plate being placed down near the roof w Sundays. :. every,M. A; OosSABOOif.IS know It--if your baby is :feverish soil s
against! loose horses on the streets pharmacist of Atlanta, arrived I 'e1pre.. jtrees on the lakeshore : doesn't sleep at Ill< White Star Laundry-City bakery will hereafter be strictly enforced last Saturday to take charge. of the with the grandstand in among the J. L'Engle. of Jacksonville, Is In with worms. White's Cream ,Vermi' IR1
The ordinance prescription department of ihe KIs- trees and the outfield the city luRe will clean ou these in
not only provides for up toward the today drawing: up the'papers worms a.,
'lller.Dwellings<< for .rent apply to M. the collection of impounding fees, but. simmee Drugr Co. railroad. for the transfer. of Charles F. Pace's mild, pleasant'. "' Once tried always

persons who willfully turn the: 'See Embroideries and'' Insertions a Capt... Clay Johnoll. returned interest in.the firm of W.'*f. .Williams. used Give' t.1a' trail. Price K! ,
all horses out are subject to arrest and 11. C. bud .& Co Senator, O. A. CarlOn. oenta. .
QuoStintolrd, Shoes styles. 'at fine besides. Stanford Co. day from Fort Myers where he Sold by Roberson'i Pharmacy.:

Co. Miss Jesna Gardner left on the been to carry a steamboat load of Miss Aleen Moon left this morning , '1' I, '.. ; I' , .
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Remember. Dorothy Dodd shoes foxlea' Six room cottage for rent or sale. noon train Friday for Cairo Ga., supplies up to the isolated Basinger* for Mioanopy to spend a week with Lady" Eaaez SbCNCI r \ ,
at DAMN'S.FOB . Apply to A. K. Beardeo. 22-tf.: where she will spend month or six Ites.. By stress of hard work ..nctperae.erallce relatives, after which she will go on Walkabout sfre-e, !!.Jg'. ".>XJK I.

.I Mr. .. weeks\ visiting her sitter, Mrs.. W, 1* in five miles he managed to get with to Georgia and spend a few weeks grade shoes at law H., .'-Oa JMM'l iteM. ;..,t
Harry W. Thurman has been Basinger and de .
SALE-A Paulk. She visiting Atlanta' ,
good Jersey milk Talulah
was Falls '
accompanied b 7 and see them. tbe Cub r *=' ,
livered her :
ow. L. E. BAHBEAW. having the water pumped out of" hi s little Mils Ethel Roberaon. cargo., which was h.uledtoo other oolnts. In.that State. ' P..H. -
large swimming town tn wagons. The LAWSOW.
pool on the hotel lo captain, says
Smoke Key West Havana the ..bel"cllr..r this week, and proposes to sink an artesian See those Matchless American the water bad risen about three feet in Mr. Harry W. Thurman" left this .* 1. ,
o on the market. well in the bottom of the pool Beauty Corsets af II. C. Stanford Co.Capt. the river there bllt.'wbea be arrived morning for Philadelphia_ on a .bus Patronize home industry by.,.getting, !\

This, with a drain pipe leading off to J. A. Simpson It had gone down again. to. ,about Iness trip He went by .automobile your bottled soda from the 'bows tao,
Miss Emma Morgan Is visiting the lake will keep the pool oiled with Fridaynight from the last low water mark. from here to Sanford'and' was ,accompanied tory. Call up lZC1 soil 10\11" orders, ** *, *
East will
Co..L.wbere be '
lathes at Fort Pierce. running sulphur water and make it aIdeal a be had been !See 5 '10 U that. far by Mrs. Thurman property' fllled.fv. + -.
spending severalmonths our and 25 cent cone who will return. this; afternoon., lltf. J. A, LAN AIlTEIL,'
place for bathing. 1\
Regular monthly session of tbe with his son, .A. A. Simpson sera at. the Cash> 'Store.' You can get . ,.

own Council next Tuesday evening About seventy-five !goats for role.W The Captain. Dr. Simpson and .M1.. many useful articles' at a' very/ low j Legal papers are today being drawn I
FRANK VANS .AONS-W Geneva are now keeping house in Dr.. price ''and a present with.each' par up by which O. V, Pace fells hi* In 'FOR GEIIT5---'AM' ?
M.... C. O. "Newlon left Sunday Simpson's' residence. chase., '' I I terest in the 'W. M, Williams Co. .GrPOnv"ITY'THE .
pend the summer at Mountalc: Lake Mr. H. C. Stanford received atelegram F. H. Lawson Is Prof. Robert O. Meek The purchaser of this Interest is Senator 'OLD WORLD w

'ark Md... from P. A. Vans Agnew aL present. with every purchase giving away at the a after a short visit with their1 and,. C. A., Carson who thereby ..... 4 ;
launches into \
Jacksonville last Friday stating tha Cash I I I out the turpentine Dn.. '
Capt R. H. Marks, of Sanford, waa be had seen the A. C. L. authorities, .Store., Col.his Turlington and wife returned to inesswltbf:..W.' M. Williams who Is AIHD> ITS"WAYSt' : .0 v
larrled last week to Miss. RobertaClayton but was too late to accomplish-'any. Mrs. H. N: Bratton and daughter present home in 'Itaaca, Texas, well known. a successful turpentine
of Atlanta.. thing' as the order had already bee Nina, aqd Mrs. K. D. Guice and most Sands; Prof. Meek is one- of', the man, ..nd-.T. A. Crawford known allover -BT-
prominent tr.
'Mr. H. Fleming left 'Tuesday night sent out to begin the work of broadenIng daughter Virginia to Elon spend left the Saturdayo r SOuth. He is at present educators principal of the o t Consolidated the State Vice PrealdeD'of the WILLIAM' ,, JEn""GSBRYdn,:
his tbe Qua e of the Midland At t.he summer with' the Itaioa. Girls Co.
or regular viiit tobis School. He'wvery .
relatives. They .
other end of the line went by Norfolk and t 'NowReady'for'SolMttors.
''Id home at Athens Ga.Mr. will atop there few days the favorably Impressed with KIssimmee 'r
seeing ?
For Rent.-Six room house in good Sights off the Jamestown Exposition. and purchase through W. L. Public: Notice.] C7.' I..p rM Oettv. IM..' .0.., 101' S.P....'' 1,
Plank rerreaeD&.Inlr the SpencerledlclneCo. location. I Van DuEor the very desirable real Encminn from ftatotmftm ..... .
Apply at this office. 'Haying'purchased the tor Its.Baooantehla .
!\ ., The City. Bakerjr: is agent for the denceloti on t.he .coraer of' Mabbett fine racing 8rFua.' .
pent a or so Cb..aDoog.TeDD"1 White St.aI'L"lJbdl'l-t.he. Street and Orlando stallion. "01'.. Worth,'! from 0. A. ,
day best Avenue
Capt. n. G., Canon, wife an ...
Beach I offer trip mind tte world .... .-., '
Quite a crowd of local fans soompanled baby who have been spending a State. Intends to build ,his future home. I public. Terms DOW his services to, the IU to aU -u...,__ TM rust book _...

the "Rangers" to 'Winter mooLhla Green Cove Springs wltbrel.t.I. I I Judge L. A. Minx went down to i ou will had Dry Goods, Shoes. I, : ,- on WALTER aDplloation BASS 'r.gsnt.D'Mrvk..t."D OU1'FIT.. ... waiting far W.

I 'ark yesterday. to witness. the. game.! ... and friends, leave this Haines City One day last week to Notions, Hardware, Granlteware. ,.,SB. 8ft3r!MDu t.......sif.. sad ....FABae-e-.a... f
afternoon for their home at Klsslmmee. I visit bis old friends, Mr. and Mrs Tinware Glassware in fact. almos
W"Dt.ed.-ODe good second band.nehorse THE'THOMPSON':
Capt. Canova is old Notice ,
Deering mowing machine an GreenCove : Fred Ohllnger, who were both schoolmates everything at tbe Cash Store and g eta .
; boy and always enjoys bis of till forty-two. and present with each purchase. rr. LOUIS. MO. .
years ago
f. bejn good condition. Sis visits back here Jill "parties taring oattld'jp'
; where be bas a hoof it whom he had niy
not seen in all these F. U. LAWBON .
.rice address this office. lt., ",
pasture Mill \:
tea warm friends who give him a heartywelcome. year. He only recently learned of Sloujfb.palLure. '-
Dr. B. C. Abernetbv, of Orlando, He Is now a conductor on their residence' Haines City andMAnt. Mr. Frank Vans Agnew spent Mon- 1 are hereby requested to 'remove J 'M., W4L1-SON. JR.. ..

popular drug drummer, ana a memberl tbe Coast Lloe'7CI.y County Times. down tf\ talk old llmAA.. day In Hnfnpri Inye atiT&t.lni7' t.he them*by June... 20th) . .
)1 l the . ----- methods of celery ana truck growersnear 26 1IEH1tV".SIL4 .. '
Legislature from Orange county, ,
*.. in Aown yesterday calling\ on the A beautiful line of White Shirt If you have any l.undry0 send that cit Ith a starting '-'J NOTAKY- PUBLIC.. It'_t
ocal druggists. Waists at,U. C. Stanford Co. away and want It done up In good a vegetable. farm on his (Paradise) For Sale. \, STATB AT LAKOK J S- .
shape, phone the City Bakery. Island. From his investigation! Mr. ,Real l Esttte AgeD.1; '
Capt. R. G. Canova ana lamuyirrlved i J. W. Miller has returned from a Mrs. J. Vans Agnew has every reason to be Seven large 10.. '
L. Beaman
borne from theta summer outttg I ten days' cow' hunt down in the Whittier from Atlanta received telegram leave that his place Is an Ideal location S75.00each.r J; M.VrLL8ON.jR.ftt: .KISSIMMEE. .,- rWRU>&.- .
last. Friday While away Capt. I section. He reports range cattlein Monday* ann for such a farm' aud will have Mr. .
Janova took in the Jamestown Ex- better shape than they have been nouoclnc the death of her brittlter-in- Stalllngs. an expert grower of Sanford .'
sltlon. and also visited. New Yorkor at. this season In the past ten years, law, Dr. Shands of Fort Myers, ,' down tomorrow: to look over bis
which is probably due to the fact, thatthousands which occurred at. a hospital. In that "
a few: dsyaSanford of Acres of rich low lands city, whither he bad 'gone for treatment. He land already and pass has upon a fine its adaptability 11IE] DlES OMUo s'
is preparing to. celebratehe the The telegram 'stated the. flowing well ,
lying along
streams and around remains and if the soil is found ,
suitable be ... ,
Fourth of July In grand ..t.lle.'od' toe lakes which are ordinarily cover.ed would pass here on the after.noon will have five cleared of
invites neighboring towns "too with water, but by reason of last train Monday, and Mr. Beaman tiled. and put in and .
Some and j join her in her festivities winter's severe drouth are 'now high went on same train to Fort next shape for planting

reparations are being made for the and dry and covered with a luxuriantgrowth Myers to attend the funeral and be season.Phone Don't: Time-
isual sports ind a big basket. picnic : of succulent grasses., with her her bereavement. jour wants we do the. run- ) l Buy', Old Patterns. ... .
fill de held, n .. ...

Mrs. F 'WW. SUt'.ad 'New Idea Patterns 10 'cents, at H. FOB iEMT-Two cottages In O'Neal P'KissnniEB DRUG COMPANY. .: \1', _
daughter, C. Stanford Co., & Osborne addition -one Ihe-room .
f..deUoe.tof. Narooossee, spent the and one three-room. Apply to Mr. R. M. Dauffbtry,'wife and daughter Get: the :'Ladies'v Borne'

lay in town shopping afternoon The Rangers. accompanied by; quitea ,W.' L. VAN Duzoa & Co., of Hartford; Ala., were the ; Journal.
fill returned home on the number of local fans guests of Col. C CTurlington and '
; went to >
rain, but Madeline remained overo Winter. .Park yesterday afternoon Mr. Ch... W.; ,Daon. one of' our family last i Saturday.* '''and Sunday. patterns.Exclusive 'styles, 'perfect--, .

spend a few days with. ,her friend, played. garnet, of baseball in which most successful merchants' and a ''firm Mr. Daugbtry is a brother-in-law of .- ..
Virginia Makinsoo. the Rangersr came out, second best, believer In the had potency of judiciouladyertl.lor. Mr. Turlington, and came down on fitting,' thorough up-t=date. ': You
his faith ,
In this
The Bartow baseball has been Winter Park winning the fame by a oonx the excuretun1rpm Alabama.! He was : '
team of 4 to 2. Just modlty bolstered) np a few days ago very favorably impressed with the ''canget :these'' at- :
score before
>laying/ to hard luck this week, they the game by the receipt of an order from Palm our pattern counter "
locality, and it II
called probable that be
was a heavy rain fell
tavlng which
again been defeated In Kin
the left a portion of the field.under water Beach for an article of merchandise will dispose of his Alabama property ;Price: id and : i

unmee landing 7 to score 4 and in in the Aha second first game 7 to and tbe diamond ID a ,very, muddJooaellt.loll. which Valley he Gazette.had been. TIle advertising'' in., tHe and come and cast .his lot with us I 15 cents. : .. ,.! : .: *'
order stated that .
before a whlle. Kisslmmee' ..
. which great
It Impeded >
' is greatly the
likely that the .Bartow .team ; <
rill be reinforced by some new play players their! work '.This; Is ,, the .Mr.; Dann's, advertisement-of the article greatly In need of just such' sealers, '0': .. ; : : T .j
had been:: seeu In this : and should rblV ::1:: .A r ...
the paper.; they decide to come Mr. '
re only by
plk within County.Record the next week, or two.- game.' lost .locals thls.esson , Moral'If.yon; wantthe business go' Daughtrv and family wIll' be, received . .' / C': ... . -, ;;lS:: co';: ; '" ,.,.1 :) \' ,
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." ""- """--" ....-....'--- -.----.-- AUSTRALIANS MEAT EATERS.' *> -A.:Bold ,Step.To .

WHERE "HEART"," COUNTS MOST - overcome the well-grounded and

Consume 282 Pounds Per Capita Aocording' reasonable objections of the mON Intel'

to Latest Report llgent to the use of secret, medicinal' com-

That the United States Is one' of R. V. Pierce, of bald "
HOW FIRE-FIGHTERS ARE MADE FROM the greatest meat-eating countries of, Y sometime ago docldod to toako A

departure from tho usual course pursued
THE I OUGIl. the wo.
by the Bureau of Animal Industry broadcast -_.
beans use and,so has published
f It is the fashion to deprecate'the and openly to the whole world a full,,

the Medical Men 'Cant Find But Which Are Absolutely fact that Americans eat too much and compfce list of all tho |nredlenUentering
hi widely
meat. However, the'people of Aus rntlhecQmpo*!tlonoJ *

Necessary: -Firemen Must Stand Punishment and Exposure tralla are entitled to a greater 'degreeof celebrated sAodlomcs.I Thus be has \taken;

criticism than Americana In thismatter. his numerals yttrons and. patient ,Into
-The White Plague and Whiskey much his full * They no{ only consume secret i
from among
_ e ?*. Hard to Avoid. more meat per capita,than Americans, movod/tlsXoedlclnas nostr/rn I*of doubtful merits and made

,- ,but lead!' the world tn meat; eating. Ibemttftcmedle* of Known ComposUlon.Nut .,

R I A comparative tabulation leas been sho _

4 Taking men for the fire department I classes. As boys they have, jt!d' clean prepared showing that in 1900 the an- t wu net t t m

What U a Good Cow, the last of the lamb crop will kayo to oft the. bottom of the civil service eligible comfortable, homes, or they would Dot nual per capita consumption of meat In

A good cow tl l one, Irrespective of pay for It If ;you' do. Let him In an list la not without! precedent but be made ofthe "sturt", demanded. To pounds In Australia w,,, ,262, in the Nut only. JumtUa. wrapper of every bottle

f w, -breed, that pays her owner a net prod .hour twlco a day, and feed him well. ;U In only recently that the commls. .their mothers .aiiverirt, tumid.. .

t The cow that produce a profit cannot To bring the ewes' Into winter quar'lers stoner has had very' mlich oom to_exercise not a. little of their training. Oftentimes 122 in Germany! ; 99, In Prance 80, ilrer or bllluUanowi and all miaifhal dla aii
alwoya be distinguished from one In strong condition Is Important, his power Herotoforej{ the qual.' you will find the- father In' ttte Sweden and Norway 02 Denmark 76, tWoin wbererorlocated." Knglinh, a full. have and prlnutdraulcto upon 1'tt' of It.all to 1

that doe sot by external appearance and they should, not be exposed to the If.vlng mental examinations 'were HO department'-as wqfl I as the/ son, and' and Belgium 70. The country.: for, thvinaiwdlwHte onnnualns"" ; U. but a email .

Sign of good cows many .times (all. cold ralas. Their wool I* partly stiff: that only about enough men to both-of'them-,contented and happy. which stands lowest In the matter' of standard book has medical been complloJ work*, of all from Ilia numerous dllfcrnntarbouls :

Looks in a; cow, at least, are some, ,;: grown and they dry out slowlyIn these. fill vacancies ever got on the Hat to Those who go In to fight flre. have no meat eating I.,, Ital)'. The latest statistics of practice, contalnlnir rtiry num..r-

lime deceiving. The value Of a cow abort days and the effect I I.. deteriorate, go before the head the department.Today ambition to hoard money and become given regarding .that countryare Due *trmcu from of modlelne the wrttlnin" odonuns'If IeedtneprecUtknea <.. <*.. ',.I.

( ,U not told Imply by the amount of In. the "physical exam." "experi rich. There la very; little gold saved for 1895. The consumption percapita .tron..,.., puMtM*tm-mm, earn and over here
milk she' Let'them have a: shelter and as cold then was but 27 pounds and dlent otmtalnnd In Dr. PI.."",, '. mndlrlnm.Una .
gives for a given period or' ence abee>t. "memory teat and by firemen. Most of them,, live up" to I of these" IllUa books will be mallnd free

the richnes of that milk. We must weather approaches let them have some '"rules" rank In. Importance In the order their Incomes and not a. few"with families ten )years eatller In Italy was aa:low as to any one wndlnr l addmnon puotal card or

>know the cost of keeping aa well .. the roiigh&iia1. that they may gradually named and while the requiremnts have hard work to keep 'out of 18 pounds. ,. :' bjr and latter miuratlnc. to Dr.the U. V.same Pierce.Kront. .thin.. N.little Y.. A

production of the cow to determine her change from graaa to winter! rations. are none the less stringent, jstlll debt. The single men however 'cXn The causes 'for the United States book It will be learned that,Dr. Pfevru'ii. mod

;value.'-Fiwmors'Home. Journal Jldnier l Hitchcock. a man with IImH d- schooling' ha save money, and some of themdo.. I ranking' high In the score of meatconsuming iclnas. (or contain other polnonoun u alcohol,or naiuolliw Injurluuj"" minenlagonte soma

-' much more of a chance .thaa ha ever Wise Investment helps toward the accumulation nations are given as: The and that they are mada from niilrr, nmdlclnal ,

Hint* on Lawn-Sowing.; Drafting Apple Orchard had before. The movement towards of a "pile," and before he IUj'sence in the country of enormous the root moot valuable of *r at value InaTMllenm; oho that enttalnwi K>mo of lnlit. >

s r Get the very beat grade of laws mix The old' or.'liard'can be very mu'cn thla qualifying process has been gradual knows Jack has a !bank; account. herds of animals Intended for food; Plurco'. Favorite Pnworlrllon. ."for weak.. I

ture for aoodlnc. and use It liberally. bolpucl by grafting aad fertilization. and opportunity given the appointing There are men In the department the vastness of the.* highly developed and narrouM.dabllitated overworked women" ,mn-Klown.were" employed rerrou. lomrean ;|

I believe In thick sowluj. Thl' way The' bOlt time to graft; I la In the early power to pick "seasoned tim whose fathers are well fixed and readyto Industries which handle' and market > eau by the Indians for klmtlar llmcnlanartliif .'
. of
their ""' "* In f <'U one
you are not obliged to wait a year for' spring, and preparations should be ber" la heartily endorsed by every bat put their eons Into business, but these animals; the comparative cheapness moat valuabla, medicinal. plaotix>nlerlnir .

,, a good award. Sow' the teed on a wry commenced as soon as tbe buds have tallon chief from Harlem to the Bat the sons prefer to..wear the helmet. of meat-rood produots and the the componltloncif L>r. Fleece's Favorite Indians th"l
p x-rlpllon I wai known to tlin
atlll day It you want an even "catch." Swelled a little, by the last of Marchor tery. The writer knows Instances of firemen Increasingly prosperous conditions of .$(kiuaw-Wand." our Icnowlodiro of tho

1'r ,I-would advise aowlog from one side, first of April. The scions should bo In the service today who come all classes of the American people. of not a tow of our most valuable. native, n1dlelnsl ..*
'The to risk
men are pail their pladU wan" icalnad from the Indians.
.: and then cros.-sowlag.' It 1s a good cut, tied In bundles and placed In necks:" the chief of substantial well-to-do families, and The reasons for the remarkable consumption Aa made up by Improved and eiart proiees.e.the"tevoriteln..crlption'l
was one ( expressed
.,r plan to sow just before. rain. It poa- some cool damp place such as the way who have themselves, saved their of meat In Australia are said In mintefficient .
It 'to sacrifice. them If remedy for all thn womanly -
necoesury remilatlnit
alble. aa this -will Imbed the seed In. cellar bottom. Sctoa are merely the A; fireman wages and doubled them by profitable to be the proportionately, large number funcUona. oirmrtlna' dUt>larwnii>ntK, MlprolaiN.uH l
must be able to
the loll and prevent It from being, last year's growth ,ot some trees the ", One of these men has a animals lu that country as compared ., snteverHltHi and retorrentlon.orerromlnir .
take punishment aa long aa be can Investments./ painful rnrloda ,tunlno tlm1 i
blown If the la a one kind you wl.1I0 propagate. It ((4 with its sparse population, and > up '
away season dry his fit her who owns a big ranch In the nerves and hrlnsrlnif about a ptirfart mateufbealtu.
r It 1* well futon or beat down the soil important that the tree selected should toddle on leg. It he quits after the "old -man" Is the consequent abundance and cheap- dold by .all dualars la imHlJeUioa.A e
and Just as
the first of the gaff w'e don't want ,_ ..
make be vigorous and bear of of diet. r
.after sowing to It compact apples a good ness of meat as nu -- 1
lie '
proud of his boy as though were!
I enough to r.r ln' moisture until germ- sUe and color. him. It costa money every time a cattle.There The figures here given do not Include Deceiving SOldll'.
back the divide
,'4 Inatlon can take place.-Outing Msg As soon a* It I Is warm enough for man goes to the hospital or on the on counting department poultry game rabbits fUh .'and tbe Sergeant Diy was as regimental aa

adne. wax to work well, usually In April, you pensloa/ list and every fireman Knows. I are college graduates In the like.-New York GlobeHerald.To a button stick 'Shun!" he crl*d< A f

ran begin to graft. If there should the department. Is short of funds. We and high school boys without to his squad "Quick march! fait

Tt Age of Fowl/ come an occasional cold day you can don't even like to have firemen sick number. the Point wheel l! Halt! Take Murphy's name

place your wax la a pall of warm The obit must be tough used to exposure "We get a lot of youngsters crammed for talking In the ranks""put
A roosters' I Is
age determined by the of lea
"Trfo most laconic man I know
f and. willing to be whipped If Full of sentiment and romance said "
water t;) soften It. btl wasn't talking protesteda
else of hie' "
If they long he
spur. are
deaf and dumb man in our town,
If the la he lags Books won't help him a lieutenant the other day. The lieu-
' tree large enough to con' corporal who was standing near.
"antlaue, If there Is a small button remarked "He
on the ankle where the come tain more than one stub look It over got to be born and bruised to It. tenant himself Is .not more than 30. one of the party ; "Wasn't toe," roared Sergeant Day.

later he'Is 1i a young bird. spurs Ducks are carefully and d.tcllie'what limbs to The farms give ua the beat firemen "They read trash In tbe 'newspapers, never writes on his little his meaning.pad moro "Don't matter; then. Cross it out and

Invariably Judged by the 'under lip of trait and what to remove, that the and we get' almost as good ones off trash In the novels in the magazines than enough-to convey put him In the !guard room for deceiving "-
"It he was good poker
the street We them and they've It fast In their bends happened a "
the bill. tree may be well balanced. pick out of factories got me! -TIt.BItl.
y, If a dressed duck will sustain watch and
and night won a
Its weight by Its under bill It back The branches need thinning: out ,, railroad )yards and off the front that they're cut out to rescue some player, one
"lay of tbe town.!
and somewhat to let the sunlight in, but too end of trolley cars-any plane Where beautiful daughter of the rich owner chain from a young man
try another, for there Is no tolling pomp- The grocers are Dandling Argo Red
father a very
bow many"must not be removed at once or the brute In man la eager to butt of a brownstone front! Those boys young! man's
I old It Is; certainly: too old to be individual l heard ot It. and meetIng Salmon because It takes no argument ;
the tree will be removed at tbe roots against. something huskier than himself are absolute 'nutty'-something loose ,
real tender If the bill eatl-
snaps the successful gamester pn the to sell It, and the customers comeback
ly It Is aJ young bird Gobblers are and not do so well, though It may and get hurt." up here," tapping his head. "Why. If him. The for more.
street next day. stopped .
seem all right for a time. the old man didn't keep an on
told by their the The Teat of "Heart." eye
spurs, same as roosters his little
The branches. should be sawed off them lost deaf and dumb man produced
the ag*'of a hen turkey being determined According to the standard that they'd get at every lace pad. On It tbe Irate .and pompous 8a of Orange. ,
smoothly close-to the'body ot the tree curtain blare. Not that wouldn't
1 by the length of I its beard seems to be set up by the department, they father wrote: 'I understand you won A sea covered with ta one
so the wound! will heal After be
quickly. Just as eager In tenement for
Sara the Trl-State Farmer Aside from a fireman may be little or lie may be a Bob's gold watch the other night.' of the unusual attractions near !this

the'test applied' to ducks there II one the tree has been trimmed and'' you big but he has got to have 'heart.." they would It Is bard to hold them He handed It td the deaf and dumb city, at the mouth: of the Santa Clara

Infallible rule which con be applied have decided what branches to graft The' examining surgeons test this with anywhere but they certainly are to see him change River. Thousands upon thousands of
*} saw off the stub smoothly with sharp. bleated' with the man expecting
< idea that
( with they are
safety ta all The back
the stethoscope the fire chiefs by driving countenance and offer to give up his oranges floating on the ocean's surface -
part of the breast bone b bent 8ne-toothed saw, split with the graftIng cut out for a sensation. It all comesout "
their them the
man Into a hole full of spoil. The latter did not quite do many of strewing
In a young fowl. It It Is sharp knife and wedge open. of them by degrees, though.< Doesn't beautiful
choking smoke They may atand him that however. 'Instead be took the beacbt give an Indescribably
sad hard and refuses to to Select a scion In proportion to the take long to get you level In this de i
\ yield ,
I pressure against a scorching wall of hot flame, pad wrote two words carefully on It. golden hue to the sea.
s also of the stub and cut off a piece "
3 from thumb ls"an pertinent
your U old large enough to contain three buds.Some or chase him up a. crumbling wall with' and returned It. The pompous. father! There "nm wonder': forsome time
I grafters use only twobut It U a scaling ladder. It be had -heart" Cutting Out the "Boors"Whiskey : read Inscribed thereon.: as to bowoe' oranges got into the 3

he "makes *' if he lacks there i The belief was general ttbattII.7
good; U, 'And chain! sea ;
The Bt'olla. better to have three, as often the lower Is the Eardesi thing firemen -
II. bud are plenty'of men anxious to take his "That ended the affair. cams from washed out orchards
I set one-eighth of an Inch Into the have to contend with. In the
'I Bolls mad up of a nearly equal proportion bark and covered 'with 'wax' 'will live- place, and they are. not kept waiting, vernacular It referred to "booze." la the out end of the county, owing

? Yt of clay, or fin*. silt and sanit. when the others' are devoured by Insects Consumption, the great white plague.Is More as Big Tree for Kansas. to the feign storm waters Jn the riv
men are stripped for this than
.and sand are the best>> ,They allow the.. getting too common. trouble with outside of Kansas er. This is not die case. '& w
There I. a legend
anything else and It Is the cause of
rain and water to slowlygo down ward. *' the husky men of the Ire department The oranges were deliberately thrown
Next sharpen the lower end of the knocking out more then that there are'no tree In this
And they have many pores which carry. scloa somewhat like wed but with Maybe It Is the sudden' changes from I consumption scrubs and into the Sespe Creek from the 8e pe>,
a : e, or fever. Firemen take to drink state or If any they are
the water downward with a power heat to River twenty-five miles back from
the !
cold possibly choking hot'
the outer wider than the
edge primarily because they are the class will not furnish shad ,for a yearlingcalf.
ifreater than the farce.0! gravitation. it will at tightly into one cleft In amoke. the poisonous vapors, or the .1 of men.. who demand excitement and lair story. was shattered last the coasu From the \.11ey'tound

.' fFaeae soils do not allow the water torcolate'ta the stub 4 < . chill of damp cellar' Anyway, a Bturdy If week by the woodmen who were clearIng their ''way back Into the Santa Clara
they haven't hard, head .
so qrreat a depth thst It pair i of lungs and regular habit a enough River and thence Into the sea.
Then set the sharpened. scion Into the .is
: to see the folly of It. theirtaste finally up_some land I for Ben WlllOn.
PSA neither be reached by the roots Ofcrop. cleft:\'so))that the Inside a barks of i the! ado required'to: keep off the.dread disease :"\The. oranges are from the great
i /, j i gets the better, of mll< a ,north west,of Lawrence", j,4, ,
*W which downward a them.,4The de.4 t : '' houses
go. packing
to the
scion 'will match'the inside"bark' 'at''' in1 thlsi T'ocaUono C'e"a man :-'A' giant old cottonwood was .felled:' Sespe couqtry.'Ibey .
':depth 'ot from three to seven feet toorjise part men t, however will not stand for
shows 'weakness known culls.'but-most of 'i'iSIiOULDEBB
In his lungs the are as
the stub. If the stub Is large It Is surgeons drunkenness and and the lag measured C feet 4 Inches
to the roots the a "boozer's life Is
by same "capil
better to get twq scions, cutting out hustle him out -of the department a snort In In diameter. The body of the tree was them are good or were when dumped
one hose
which very engine
lary helped it down an or
power '
carry one the second year it both lira Now; and many a poor fellow,has suffered !' cut Into nine foot logs, and one ot off'' the bridge. It is claimed that
and'belli It from going further. These company. Exhaustion the cold par-
like a dumb'brute rather tban only th. best oranges can be shipped
cover thr stub with wax sad tree
tial them broke down the wagon upon
soils ia suffocation and decline
are usually good condition'soon a of spirits
.Is grafted.-Richmond TimesDispatch.I confess h'-a: aicknesa and be retired: which It loaded. The tree grew and sold.-Ventura correspondence
after .' because bring the to but was
frscy a wet period, men drink : It
When discovered they advised togo Lo Angeles Tlmen'
and .
deal"'ot mols- they begin It too near the banks of the Kaw River,
Jthy caa Absorb,a great strongly they find _
.to the plains of the southwest .
Farm Notes. : ,
made about 6.000 feet of'lumber.> The
; |U r* and tarry .It down so that. the It difficult to atop. Many will refuse

smtrfac It dry enough tor un.....- Such Sheep are very efficient aids In making where with their pension they can Jo touch it, even at a Ore when they chopper got log three and ,I' bait OF THE! YVOlUwHORSE.

clean pastures by keeping down save money and win back their f'eetIn diameter from some of the .
oil* are also excellent In dry weather, 'are numb from the cold. Instead they

(because they have a large supply at many; kinds of weeds. strength.leave of absence Some of but them few are are willing given almost Invariably ask for hot milk or lImbs.-Lawrence Ou.t e. One of the strongest points In pre.

a; Voter stored up. which can be used by Cockerels with spun are classed as coffee. Nevertheless, fires have occurred paring horses for spring -work la" In
to forsake the
faaclnaUoQ of the 'I
the plant whoa "needed...Weekly, Wit- old fowls In market. Market them and Isolate themselves city In the' wine and spirit district English Jurors' Remuneration. having their shoulders In good sound

aew. .' before the make much growth. on a ranch. where "booze" The scale of remuneration of Eng-
: .' t' .spurs flowed about as freely condition With this to start with
The physical requirements for the ..'
__ ,J.- Young trees should _not be trimmedtoo Ire department are more severe than I as waiter and men have stood for l\lh common Jurymen Is absurd. In a and soft, well-Bating, collars theN

): MichesIn; Com;atalka. liberally as too much foliage taken In other of municipal hours at the nozzle on nothing but civil'case In England a common Juryman need be but hUe tear of any difficulty \
any .the
,,' rrot ''Wiley. of the Department, of from the tree weakens Its feeding I."NFor. Instance. In 1899. outit liquor, which they used alike for food Is allowed 5 shillings' ($1.5a in keeping them all right no matter

(Agriculture, says 'that Inasmuch at power. one batch of about 1600 applicants, and stimulant This Is a reason 'why day for "a view"-that ... for Inspect haw' hard the labor the horses haveto

t ;every 100' pounds of corn stalks 'will the department demands temperate ing any property)' or thing In disputebut -
; There Is no objection to selling No. some SSiVoJJ passed the physical ex endure By keeping, the collar .

yield six mad a holt pounds ot abto- I S fruit It it Is so narked. But to sellNo. amination. Out of this 68\\). 49 only: men among the applicants and why otherwise he Is. In law" not entitled well cleaned of any dirt which may ,)

ilute alcohol It 1* obvious that the Ig0orant . -frult.'ss. No. 1 1s where tile the I one Indulgence Is responsible for such to any remuneration., have accumulated
passed mental teats. Today, of I upon them from
It U usual however ( High
a the. :
severe penalties
agriculturist ha been allowing at trials on .
trouble Is. charges.Tbe
| that.49. :: are'assistant foremen several thew aUng of tie horse and by bathing !
y of Court tp give him a fee of 1 ..hllUnc..n .
aa enormous amount wealth to
BO Whenever root Is used In have department Is constantly on the them with
grafting died or been killed. 4 *re in .the counties 8 Special dally cold water there
tti to waste pence.
the winter the should not be setout foremen lookout for good drivers. GoW drivers be
plants and the rest engineers. One jurymen receive much higher remuneration. need but little fear of had shourders.
Say'that on* acre will yield from ten in the unless have are rare and the congestion of
spring the. grafts of these foremen. In speaking of those .Cpitornlct.>t.
b The fee in the County Court
to twelve tons -grain stalks, or about traMc in the ,
grown together.Every who bad met death referred streets la mak-
tO.OOO pounds, sad have a quantity to them ingit Is 1 shilling a case in the Mayor'scourt .. I
you more dlMcult each
poultryn should lay La a Casually like this:. year and In the London
of twopence, DOCTOR'S
raw material that woll prodl11o100 to keep enough of these FOOD TALK. 1
pound ot absolute alcoehol.' or USgallons. supply at alfalfa and clover for his "A tank: fell on 'Blllle up on menon SheriffJi court fourpence.c1Iambfrs'Joum.1.
fowls band. They are continually Selection of: Food One of the '
during the winter. Green feedIs Sixth. avenue 'Vickie' Most f'
Alcohol at th"pretent tim Is ; went
being hurt" 'If
M f worth 40\ cents a gallon. as' essential as grain. through a floor down In MulberryBend a constant change not fatally In driversworks injured, and Important. Art In Life.. '

Ground lass wet condition and dried Corn Is low In price tome years In and Ht11r7sot' choked in a bad results with the horses. The King's Uniform.

stalks b certain localities tl is possible that cellar. 'Shorty' oh. .... Green A Mass ,doctor says: "Our health '
it jcorn may kept leflntiy.! -Shorty men with good "nerve" make tie beat: When John Burns entered the Cabinet -

and are. ready at any' Urn for con next season there nay be but half a got the Von.: and la 1&TIDe'brtck on drivers. They must like horses I there Were; rumor that he would { and physical and ''mental happinessare ,
l treraloa Into alcohol. Prate 'Wiley says crop.-but the excess) over that requiredfor skyscrapers wont leave the city becomethe anlmsls refuse to don the cocked bat and epau- so largely under our personal control l'

{that thealcohol derivable tram the consumption may bran= good prices. 'cause he knows he's only got a short they masters. Then lets of official Uniform. Tbe king that the proper aelectton of food J.

{born""stalks that now go to* wast In Farmers who have too much eraln on time to Uyr" are 4 taught to swing corners: and asked him about It. "Not tree" r- should be and is one of the most Important .''
cross track. Next
this .would' hand with prlcea ruling low. ..bOllIIieD4.,1)I' they get the Job acts In life. \
country not only drlv all Diselpline Paramount. of assistant. driver and plletilir. Bnrns; "and. besides 1.have ,
Tar ri th* machVkery: la our tactort...' but, to Increase. the number of JAU superior already worn your Majesty uniform. "On this .ubJ ot. I may say: that I
aaltaal the training the men need they gets hurt the berth is vacant forthem. know of no food equal In
would furnish U. requisite power for on the farm la order to convert The King naturally asked when that digestibilityand

a all railroads and steamboats..,, rua oilowr the corn Into something more salable., ret In the department only aa a vet- Veterans say teamsters and 'was. "When I was In Pentonvtlle! more powerful In point of nutriment
t eraa chief pointed out. Belt-control draymen lack the "nerve" and dash of than the
hat utodern'Orap.-Nuts
and Illuminate .
answered Mr. Burn
alluding of
means much, and aa applicant who the trained! -green hand." The city Ud four heaping
Crowded. teaspoons of
which ls
yr aU of our houses and light th* streets course, to his three months sentenceafter
oil every city la the UaoaFarm.csom.jourual. A 'man who was doing his best to cm show good clean pipers from knows too well the dangers he '1" liP the Trafalgar square riots.-Tit- I sufficient for the cereal >part of a
' _disciplined force will\ be takenon against to make him dating enough meal and
..,, convince the world at, large and him ,. Bits experience demonstratesthat
self'in; particular ()hat he,>.'' was perfectly Immediately. .Dts Ipllna U absolute in &lit crowded street. and as time U the ussr ls perfectly nourished

Never .Buy a Cheap Ram, I sober tried to purchase a 'theatre the are department. It Is as everything la answering ah alarm too Wholl from one meal to another. n1'
Never buy a" cheap' ram Jutt ; seat and waa told that there was strong almost as la the"army or*navy easrtkma: drivers are not wanted. "I am. convinced that the extensive t't

1 .. Is cheap. He will prove deer only standing room. H*_Bought'. aaadmlaaioa and that ,Is perhaps the reason why Dow-atows. where vehicles take to "Bat, protested Hamnv who had ana general use of high class foods of

U"I ticket aad made 'another the .fireman whom the pvUic meetsla'trolley the sidewalks to get out of the Bre I made his debut In vaudeville'} night thla character would Increase the
U given t,) you, ,oat a strong ... I I before the audience wasn't justifiedIn I"
t:o yearling' or a two-year-old* .. A ram Uttalf oa. of the crowd standing up lathe cars subway.' os elevated men's way is a yellow haired lad from term of'human! life, add to the.aum
treating me
aa they did.
.' / the Sock.'aad' so a verycheap back watcatac the show. trains are.invariably QcdeOfaxoaspio; the cooatry. He comes from one oC waaat half bad." : My act total of happiness and very considerably : .d

plan lor lmprovm'at. After at few minutes he returned' to' --. ...." sever disorderly. One will the oldest families la the state aad is Improve! soclsty In general:' I
bt While you ate lcUag aid .carla the window sad gravely handed byes more folly appreciate this trait: by a driver of a are patrol wagon To -we the Crlttlck. "neJther ..;fl;" to mention the food for I
were they '
1 omrariag them to the averse aim goleg bareheadedla eggs : passed up to you. personally know of its
aeother .dollar. 'Gimme nota po. np Broadway value
"r ; your rasa plae the *w*. ,in a r ataad Philadelphia Press. -
.tresh pasture. a plot ot rap or give tax ticket tsj aali thickly -1 want IKcemai' ,under similar' drsnsetaaceaTb. the coldest .ter'a day. with las re Grape-Nuts food caa be used by

them a few ate that they may be gsJa- sore room to sea"-Bohsmtaal.Sarcastic. ; ', In .maa. monoyer. Is' always) Mataa4 hands sad his team at tail jump Got.tile ... Title. babsa la arms. or adults., It ia ready

tar rapidly tot a few days bsfor tad cteaaly la his personal appearance.The through the thick of tha.aooaday fret. cooked cart bejservedlaitantly.: either
I "Colonel
v- wail you axe ,'breading thau This. Is torses. sad acparataa are alt wen *c. saakea oae fe.l'tk. excitement nt ,have a drink" cold with cream water or t

I 1 asldeV : "\i there grooiM4 aa the meat .......-. This tile Uf and cease to woaorr why men "Sir. I'never drink] hot milk poured over. Alt''sorts ot
c"" ... a m nooses taiga wet any really sure -Pardon "-: "
jkareU*';ot eta .. thing at the etc. t.rackr'asl.eIi. tsmt aveccoajtUshe way hy rales like lit H..t&k."care of his bones Herald. me., mister. Washington. puddings-and fancy dishes"caa *.* r

.rAr... dwu'ia"tbli" conaecUoa .Is. the cartels'roman, sad r'ezlatlosa.' Neither' one air two bin aroen. sad his wagoaa.: too,., All. made. with Grape-Nuts.; Tile food, la ,

ta aa..that:A&sgr are properly>ugxwd.It "Tea answered Touag Urn, Ton. ate* ia each-estgla'koase'' aM.with that Is a part of Us labor. The flrvsaa's 'm.ei. able concentrated and very economical for

,'f ktnsMy' naha4 U vhtp cooV: feree. h ate ..,. life Is not wttaoat its host-dram At Francev" bath- .four,heaping teaspoons are sufficient
the belt fct targ*.'do,.Dot tara th* Gee of lOm.1'WadinglaSlar tabs tilled
'' amsif ritlasBty <";' Far the most part Tareme txl.. !noel toll sad jaoaotoaomS. 41'W1cerT.-N...., hot water, are 'de for the cereal part ot a uaal. Bead
.mM .. to war ;. livers ,
to order.
f Ut I a. oohadaszI ktrdworUagt5 cork Kveais*.'Post, the little book. The Road to :WelU '.
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beta a normal 1 I'' ''Where Ride.
rational human be- Beggar
ulit .Jng. Creatures of reason M we are. SULPHUR BATHS ,AT HMtL "If ,dishes -were horse 'be &rlmJaht' AI
we ndsober the curs.: files In th ; ride" ,says the old Yaw but PROVIDE. b
thought. Used as we In Persia beggars actually do, ride ,r .
art logical processes we find the They Heal'the Skin and Take patronlie the bumble
Away although they

reeks curse :with devoid sulphur of Iolc'and sends Profanity Satan Its Impurities'. ''donkey Instead! of Ids more aristocratic FOR :SICK ',WOMEN

.to our b* rti- Jt Is 'utterly unba- brother. How they manage to I '
il3t b/ENDERSo fitting and unbecoming. Sulphur biths heal Skin DUMUMS. and obtain these useful animals, or even remedy In t.h..iooot.e 4

_To say that It Is dishonorable Is give the body a wholesome glow, Now to exlst, themselves, passes European a and herbs of the; fleld.than wad ever ,

Just to begin--the: damning count you don't' have to go off to a high.priced resort comprehension, but the fact remains produced from drug '4ia'

Profanity.' against profanity The curse Is without to get them. Put a few spoonfuls of that they do both. In the good old-fablond days of 'yr

) honor for It is used only to spread Hancock's Liquid Sulphur in the hot: water, The Persian tramp astride. ))hjtvdon-, oar grandmother few drag were ...,.
dishonor. It looks never toward God and you,get: a perfect Sulphur bath right: 'key often makes long Journeyseven need in medicine and.Lydls, K.Piakham. 'f.::
Y Preaching but rather uses His name to Invoke in your own home, very ... of Lynn Mas, in her ;.it.i'
Brooklyn. N. the aid -- as far as Meshed, .or Mecca,
at the of the powers of he It. It is Apply Hancock's study of,roots! and herb and thebr'
Liquid .
Sulphur to tla."d'ect.ed
Irving Square' Presbyterian dishonorable from whence< he returns with the proudtktle b1gave
Church. start to finish,and disease discovered and ""
Hamburg; avenue and WelrHeld indecency marks It' her part, and Kscema and other *t a* own. of "Hadji. as : 'to the women,of the world t
street...., on tbe theme "Profanity" But one ot the two worst things born skin troubles are quickly cured. Dr is the Rer. Ira W. Wemmel Henderson, about profanity is that It is Immo R. H. Thomas of Vuldoeta l, Ua., was cured latter usually treats him Iaa most potent _el"' efficacious than anT,I

pastor took as his text ElodU1l 2017: ral. root branch tree and fruit Catering of a painful skin trouble and be praUes brutal fashion a length of chain being lDbUaatoioa of drags 1.YD g, N"
Thou salt not take the name of the. as It does to all that is low in it in ,tb. highest terms. Your druggist ;
Lord thy God la vain." He man hand and bond a frequent substitute for a whip : Compound I
said: servant aa It Is HILI it. E.: Pi kham's Vegetable
It there Is anytblne that is disgust to-all the boats of sin, profanity disintegrates Jl .nooek'a w4ien the! unfortunate animal needs Lydia; ;I
Liquld'Sulphnr Ointment: is '
Ing It is unbridled profanity And the ,unity ot individual encouragement. -Wide World 1 1. honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value
the beet an
for Sore
"*:"*? 4 Prevalence> * ulelells' Dolntless. / .' No, man can be profane cure Pimples,. Black. During its fecord of more than thirty years its long Hat of actual

,yn/uitlfled swearing merit. the attend without,dishonoring God' and damaging heads and all indam iaUon. Give a soft, ITJ'SSt.Vltua'D&nceN..rv .urn-pel'> cures of those serious Ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham

not atone of the Church but also himself. We cannot give vent velvety skin.'SHE.WOULIIN'T.______ '.. roanenUycnred by Dr. Kline's Qreat: Nerve Vegetable Compound to the respect-and confidence of every fair"mindeo '
of the civil authorities in word to the evil that Is In '
whose duty us Keetorer. M trial bottle and treatise trm and thinking woman.
It !\to keep the moral atmosphere without spreading contamination not CONCEDE) IT. Dr.H B. Kline, Ld.,1I31ArehSt.,Phila., Pa person When women every .are troubled with irregular or painful function'

jtt this and every other .community only through our''own lives but also "But" said the lawyer "your case '' weakness, displacement, ulceration or inflammation ._ baekacbV! ,y
free of verbal pollution. The com through tbe lives'Ol men and women reams' hopeless. I don't see what 1 I DIY A1A'1'AU .4 ''t.' born flatulency, general debUtt,.. Indigestion or nervous proet.rat.1011be)' ,

mand ought; to be obeyed; and the all about us. Profanity Is unclean can do for you. You admit that you 'Papa, W'IlatJeaI' was mamma. should. remember there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia B. FinlchanVs -
civil law on the'l point ought to be it strikes at the foundations of mor 'beat your wife. i 'In'" Vegetable Compound.

1 enforced. The silly tool who spreads ality. It undermines the sense of "Yes," replied the -defendant "but "In 18G(). Willie Her birthday' In No other remedy ,in the ,country*** such a record of cure* of

the germs of diphtheria or' typhoid or honor and destroys the faculty of will discount that.She'd February." female ill*, and thousand of women residing in every partof the United '
smallpox broadcast throughout tbe cool, deliberate Judgment! under' no my wife] testimony .' "That would make her forty-seven States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue/ of Lydia E. Flnlc.'
community will soon feel the' iron circumstances is it ,susceptible ot never admit that she "'lis.beat; ham's Vegetable compound and what it has done for them. .
band of ,the law laid heavy on his Justification and its Immorality is unquestionably en."-Catholic Standard and Times. years,,fid, wouldn't itr'"Aheml Mrs. tHnkham Invite all doe:.women to write he* for advice.'She baa ..,

shoulders and he ought very'properly a fact. Not necessarily.DenverPost. . guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years he baa been advisingsick -
be put under lock and key until san But the last and the-worst charge THOUGHT CHILD WOULD DIE. v women free of charge. She is the daughter-in-law" of Lydia B. Pink.

tty has-returned; but any man without that may be upheld against profanity bam and ** her assistant for year before her decease advised under tier.
a sense *t moral respectability or is that It Is ungodly. "Thou shall Whole 'Body Covered With Cuban The hands ot, the housewife will Immediate direction. Address, Lynn. Mas ,
.even elementary decency may saturate love the Lord Thy God with all thy Itch-Cutlcnra Remedies Cure be kept soft and white and free from ,
'I the moral atmosphere in which heart and mind and soul" says our redness roughness It . .
at Cost of 7Sc. '_ all chap, or
we have to live and to rear our youth. Father. The curse Is heartless and -
with all manner of verbal disease' apd It destroys our\inner faculties do we r, "ltfylittle boy when only an infant of borax Is used. I r

the average policeman will but smile give It time. Under'Its blighting influence three month.,, caught the Cuban Itch.,
4 Sore broke out from his head to tbe bottom THE ORCHARD SITE.
or pet baps add to the sum total of the power ot"mf'Dtal, appreciation
i unclearuiesa. The man who has such of the glories of God will be of his feet. lie would itch and claw Two mistakes are often made In

I poverty of language and'such an absolute -; lost. It Is soulless to the last extreme himself and cry all the time. He could not location for die orchard. 'NEW PERFECTION }:
lack of common sense that How can a man be godly sleep day or .night and a light: drew is all selecting:" a The
profanity is to him 'Hie one! to while cursing the children of God h. could wear. I called one of our best Very moist land; will give a* good .
dignify and emphasize the way eiprcp-. In the name of the Father who has doctors to treat him and his treatment did growth for a few years, but the fruit .....:.. ... ,

lon of Ideas should be Jailed withy given them life How can u man not do any good but he eeemed to get does not set'well and the trees decay

that other man who endangers our be godly when the springs of sin are won. He suffered so terribly that my and die'young. Trees set In a shel Wick Blue name Oil CookStoveThe

physical health. The third commandment rushing from his mouth Ah. not'! husband mid he believed he would bave to bared. sunny spot will also tall to glva )
hat we know from experience Profanity Is ungodly. It shames Ood die. I had almost given up' hope when,.
It reviles the lad friend satisfaction. Give the orchard plenty 1
a very practical and forcible application man. ) told me to try the CuticnraRemediei.
' to this day. Nowhere may we Father and degrades His sons. .....God I used the Cutieura Soap and of air and 9 good frost drainage and
escape the man of unwholesome is good but profanity 18 evil. Clod Is : applied the Cutieura Ointment and be at: do not give it too much ater.-Amer. different )I

speech. Men with gray locks and boys kind but the curse Is verbal murder.. 1 once fell into a sleep! and he slept with loan .Cultivator. Oil Stove
just out of kilts men who should God is truth but the.curse cares not ease for the first time for two months. I' r
know better: and boys who must learn for truth. After three application Lb. sores begin to Surface cars ,on Manhattan Island "' J

the disgrace of profligate' language/ Unnecessary unmanly Indecent, dry up and in just two weeks tram the d:> daily damage to persons and pny- The improved 1))

if thoy are ever to amount to much In Immoral and ungodly profanity Is day I commenced to UM the Cntiaure Rem arty la,the average sum.ot 92,750. '
life, both and nil are guilt of the the most frequent as the most Insidious ediee ny baby was entirely well. The i treatment .' > Oil ,Stove :
most shameful depravities of speech' of the, sins of; the tongue.; And 'only coat me 7tc:., and I would bave O..r. -trerked JC7. : .

As tblqgs: stand ''to-day, no min can yet bad as it is when used by men. gladly paid S100 if I could not have got it Are relieved of blood-shot and InOamatlon Gives best results. -
rear a child with a pure mind. We It is most abhorrent when coming any cheaper. I feel .*f. in saying>tbat the without pain la one day by Leonardo's Golden , :
walk: our streets and curses everywhere from the lips of a woman. Not that Uutiaura Remedies saved his life. He is Eye Lotion. Cool heals and strength Reduces fuel exf ,
fill the air" and fall upon our it is morally any worse but that it now a boy of five yearn. Mr*. Zana )Miller ens.Insist 0bavlDIr"LuarcU; '*." It makes working' "

ears. Does a horse balk tbe Almighty sounds worse. If you really wantto Union City K. F. D., No. 1, Brush. C,., strong eye. Guaranteed or money refund. pense.
4 is "Gch.. 17 180g" ed. Xirugglsts sell U at 80 ets. or forward.. flame' at the. touch'of the' '
invoked May 1'1
to move him. Is the dray > ed prepaid on receipt of price by B..B. L.
man delayed a moment he curses the become positively assured of the WINNING CHOLLY'S HEART. onardl Co., Tampa, Via. match. "Blue Flame" means the hottest flame ''.. I'I':
fellow Just ahead. It Is Impossible1 to need but "
horridness of profanity
flit by an open window on any prominent bear a woman curse. you Polly Cholly: la In love with Molly. CULLING THE FLOCK. "if produced by any stove., The.New.Perfection r

thoroughfare without being We need to-day a strict insistence Dolly-Why what on earth attract Every breeder of thoroughbred will make your work lighter., Will not'oere ,.'
morally Does .
poisoned. the boss in cleanliness of language No ed him to her '
the hop wish to hurry up the men upon man can be a friend of Jesus who Is Polly-She was the first one to notice stock who alms to make a, reputation heat Made in. three;'.sizes, -with .

the vilest of language is the means ungodly In his talk. Christ proved his 'new mustache I believe. endeavors to cull from'the flock one two .and''three burners. Every stove warranted ,
hft uses to set speed to hand and divinely the possibility of forceful Bulletin. or herd any annual that has tbe least (
mind. Nor once but hundreds of speaking without the use of profanity. San Francisco blemish-t If the farmer would pursue : If, not ..'at'.your dealer's, write tb our

times I have seen foulmouthed inpecton And to-day men are most forcetu' Argo Red Salmon !. caught In Berk 'such policy even with grade, stock, nearest agency.___ ,
and bosses
gang most convincing
!. roost manly '
ing Sea the Icebergs. That.
among he would Increase the producing capacity
Invoke the maledictions<<: of heaven! when they do not' swear., '
and hell, upon poor dumb driven .why the flesh Is so firm and the flavor of his animal, each succeedr The'l.llavo ,Lamp "
brutes made In the image of the Pall Your; Boat Up rSt earn. so delicious. ing year. Every' Inferior animal retained : & ,

Maker lest forsooth they straighten To drift with the current or to I la a drawbaok to all: others, as ,
weary toll bent backs t'o slese a moment's pull against it-this Is the problem SEEN: "-WORSE. Is had-= using only the belt a' clear, :steady _light. Fitted ,with "'
sucoeaa y eves
rest. which Is born anew with each new City Niece: Uncle Hiram. I don't'see improved burner. Made of brass .

Ot course these very men will tell day.. Some of our dally' duties are how you have the patience to for an-eedlnc.-Ep'Itbmfat. throughout: nd, beautifully"nickeled.,
you that they, have no desire to dishonor easy to perform. We turn to them work with a mule. Ain't they tho 1
I God.nor to offend our moral as easily and naturally as ;water seeks;, most obstinate' things on, earth Argo Red Salmon Js not only Par. Everylampwarrante&SuitableforliblttlY. ,'

sensibilities. They Jay it to habit a. level. There Is no conscious expenditure ' Uncle Hiram: 'Waal. I uater think Food, but 1t is the cheapest and most dininff'toom, parlor or bedroom If not at't )

thoughtlessness and a hundred other of will-power. There la no so w'en .I ;wus a 'young, feller, but nutritious food in the country. your cJe: ler'*,'write to our,nearest agency.. .
causes. I am convinced myself that resistance In our nature, that 'mustbe ,, STANDARD OIL OOMPANT ,
much of the swearing of the day It overcome, But these are the du-, sense I've ben married I don't notice'It Remorse' Is the pain Incident to Dr I c r e4I., c 1

due to thoughtlessness rather thanto ties of the day in whose performance so much.-Chicago: News. Experience: calling and InJectIng'a little' .
wilful sin. And yet I have seen there is found the least merit, 1! -' I"' "
the same men take more liberties Fortunately for ,us we cannot or' The Modernity. Trousers.. common sense. I,....CS OMNic..Dicssr< : < : i I

;with the name of Almighty God thanI at,least dare' hot always drift. Each It will assuredly seem more than 1 ear
would allow them to take or they day has its tasks which, test the will strange that within the, last bundred Micnar Old Reliable EYE WATER
would dare take with It 50"paned ...........Ild.. FREEPS;
to my name and try the heart. Their performance . rears the wearing of> trousers has CAPUDINE ftIt mrM. w..k.ra.. :

either thoughtlessly or wilfully. requires stern determination. been regarded even as irreligious. The -_....., cvua- It aakI.*m4 .......L'"'e ,
hi God
Thoughtlessness no excuse. They afford the best discipline and tact that in October 1812; an order S r.otsr.kas ..fc.. wll d. send tier ablOlutel7' free trial '
H-CADACHES ; a large'
idU W
brains and tongues and W er e.d li. .
soul. Bood-oklldr.
gave us develop the latent powers of the box 01.P..Une wlut loitrueHODS .
willsIndto was made by St. John's and Trinity 'I'M "..!...lwrInltMkmtor._.1_ !. a rod. fol4llu .' bra. ; book of -
our duty to exercise our i Inclination Is not always-in fact not "COLD.I NOOBMBM4.4ofrooU and mnolne JmonlaIi..' Bend "
for the College that young man who :=, .( .... and address a postal card.
use our tongues expression often-a true test of the thing we every .. TOO ItOVKS'MALSBV ndnloa .( Irv :;"Old jour ea :.
of worthy thought alone. Ot ought to do IIrst.Sometimes appeared in ,hall or chapel In pantaloons edi.w ... .. Si..... L.llabl." ors...-. At JlMorMOTtorPICKET D6"r ai.M' ; I
course men don't think, that is to say It has been a source of or trousers should 4>e conaldered'u DRUG CO.,Box&0.BrUtal.Tm>>., PAI .T,NEr wG
the most of them do not for if they" wonder to find\ a preacher very'eadyInthe absent Is startling enough; but It COMPANY --- I

did swearing would go by the boardto use of language, and yet mak- would that eight later I
a short and sure death. To plead appear years' 41 s. FOB! TTH ST.. ATLANTA OAM feetions, such as nasal eWrrhpelviscatarrh '
his chosen
headway In profes
ing na the founders of Bethel chapel at Shef. sod InflammUan.aused byiemW
thoughtlessness in of sin ..
extenyatlon sion. In more than one case the explanation nine Ills I sore 'err*,' ore throat and ..
la to play the baby-act. Men should has been found In a dislike field inserted a clause In the trust month by direct local treatment. Its eur ';
tulrtjc and cut the cursing out. of study and reading on his part. T;)' deed ordaining the "under no circumstances ARBUGGY tire power and over these Immediate trouble Is extra. I'I.

Tbe third commandment has solid talk has been with him as easy as whatever 'frhall any preacher Thousands of women are lulng aid iia ,:
sense behind It.. as have all of God's to drift. To study-well, be has been be allowed to occupy cent a4 ,
dru.II'I, U or by mall. Remember,however
misuse of the THE DANMDU4GY
The name
Ut/pull against the current wears .trousers. This is rt klnc. but ?
unwilling VA=NN. IT O >liT8 YOU)lOT IfI.N U TOTRY IT.
of God, or ofthe name of our Lord and be has failed. it is even more( impressive to find that THIS K. PAX-TOM CO..ItoefcOB, X-

should profanity be abhorred swearing for, cursing several good all To pull against the current devel the Rev, Hugh Bourne, one of the _
It Increases
and sufficient reasons ops muscle they, power lung and ot resistance nerve. and two founders of the Primitive Metho w'.r+v wlfttt gyAllBUGGY. ..........................-a :

Profanity Is unnecessary, unmanly endurance. To do the thing we dislike dist Connection:: said of his co-found- w Nrl.e .seer ytk. ''
Indecent. reasonsnwhyyit should because we ought to do It, is to, er; "That Adi...11.fc.* It., ;
me be put nve aside.Profanity good. give the will the place'it deserves to ing Clowes will never go to heaven" Atlanta Duccr Co. Ii

is unnecessary. A curse occupy. It Is to make conscience a And It would need a etudent of "the Aliw.,C.

never prove a point. It rather demonstrated master and make us cenacloua of Breeches Bible' to say precisely when 1kTH i DWD. '
KMvtetm-Trf Disks Is 18 if
the paucity of thought of our own powe.- this assumed connection between run c.

the swearer. Oaths never convince The hills ot God are up stream theology and trousers began and : I .
down. 'The mount of victory Is MACHINERYAN D '!lY'F'LY KIL a 5
not .nee.
a person of the validity or strength The where the departure from .it will end. 1Ifd id olOfteq.dloln.. ::.. HOGL15SS
reached drifting. -ay .
never taro._
of an argument but they do show upI a SUPPLIES. rdIp"n. 1
of success lies In the "pull; not the -Notes and Queries, I' sod Ml pIleaIrosb. i. .
the poverty of language of the man Portebl Btatlaauv udTnMtkui turn!***. 11011_ + : \ I ; .' I
who uses them. Curses never made vulgar "pull" of the financier and Sow arise Mill. Woo.worU" ud Shim. ,. 'C \ ,-, ..... .
workman do better' work they politician but the pull against the King Edward'a'Slttlng Room. (I. Mill Mu>bl>... Oo..l.M ties MTi 4 im poet 'I".I-" f\' "' . :ill:aa.oolo"orr, E
any ; current.-Plttsburg Christian, Ad Tile 'King's :sitting room contains wrll.. r..-.1......rri_ ..._ .U _...1- ::; ::' " "" F Iris.: ..yIMn.: us.GOVEUNMlNT.INSIJf.CT10N
have however been the excuse for ._. lo.AU.aY. Y. w. ..... ____ 1.d.e..r.rW. ., ..1)"" .. /\1L( = : lr 010.. 0.3'9Jo ....
many a murder. Sense and no swearwords vocate. __ _____-____ exquisite eighteenth .. century furni , .ria. ... 'h.. i a..:-w/1boe will ...r.n : m-SOU I
will unravel many a perplex; Helped by Our Company. ture. TCfaere' Is an' Oriental ,red car- "I\ /l'f kept I iERN'mTfOH-OIlm.1<
ing problem. Tbe name of God is 'to and the curtains are the same 2O:, Mule XcaiixBQRAX . eel-nwi'wk._ i I"
pet. -- - ..
be 'Ialowed'not./ hooted on the There are some m'en and some decorations, .....a..................... r
women in whose company: we are always tone. The mural: comprise RASgL.Nnaa. a-siabar.N.wlys.r.
streets. The name ot Jesus is-wor them handsome white dado. with Ir '"ItceM
at our best. While with a \
: ) ,I' TIiompson'sEycWater
thy of reverence and adoration; its 10 (At26.t)7)
we cannot think mean thoughts or soft green frieze. The writing room
misuse damns not the man who Is
maligned' but the curser. There Is speak ungenerous words. Their mere where' His Majesty attends to his win- e1_...evvry'article' your kltolwe dining

,no problem In life that can 'not be sanctity is thetbest'i opsffintour business affairs. Is ,Uke a city mag reo.-sak. tkm brUht- d for surer rJ.rr I'
All >lv e k (H puluh. Alt n.alrr. t-lv-lS .
solved without curses. Sense. industry their Intercourse nate's private office,. The King,.tow- n.. ...... ... Is. ' \WintEr smiths '
nature' are drawn out by ...clno colon BQRA3C 00.)1'...
wile reasoning and good,, judgment and we find a niuslo in ever,, does not care for revolving ',
will settle any difficulty. Profanity our soul that was never there "be chairs, which are conspicuous by their 'rem ark..' l MktNki

is useless unnecessary and fore. If to live with men diluted to .absence. Nor does be favor the roll- Telegraphy so wNNferShorthand po.luoa.' CJ IJ TQJMIC

;wholly unprofitable.* tho millionth degree with tba.Mrtuect top desks;, He -writes 'at a flat table

Then too profanity is unmanly. the Highest can exalt and'Vurify with drawers\ down each side. Hisoheir "ne Ioutbn Cures Chllla / ..sets
litany boys seem to have the Idea the nature, what bounds can, be set b ,:
upholstered in morocco Jew .
that the one sure sign of manllfieasis to the influence of Christ?-Professor : : '
: l..1 Sai
Bookkeeping MGSle" a.d
with armrests. He ', an ordinary IAalartal 2sS@
to be able to swear with vigor proficiency Drummond. tther uses C11,, seven ? ,., ,

and volume. There never steel ,pen. and'is never with. : MAIN L1Nn WIIKIIS: RUDE Tllefapht), doe red SI AavNus esvf. a Co..ose9Aet..
,was a greater mistake in tbe world. ,* Care of Human Prodigals. out clgarets or cigars while dictating. !: MMOpuIt .UILDIDiiS "n. .awkAN. OA' LMI..HI. nr.

Instead of being a sign ofmanliness Whatever ''retribution God has for to' his secretary, .London,, ,M. ,A. P., -- :
It mark'.ot moral instabilityand : ,
Is a sere Side and Centre
men on the other'sld. Ot'the grave CRESCENT ANTISEPTICCRKATCBT
bad manners. It reflects small Ask: your, grocer for Argo Red Salmon .CrankEngines ,
means love not hate; it means reform '
credit either upon the' youth himself discipline, redemption not ,'and do not accept, any substitute. Atlas HEALER KNOWN TO. SCIENCE II
or upou tbe family whom be repre, damnation. ,God Is a shepherd. : No ,There is no finer Salmon Non Poisonous, Non lmt tin.. Allays loflaisHsiaUoa sad Mops I ?-rI.(
: .
packed '
sents. For an.teducated youth it is fold In 6 pun from say eeoee. As strong: us carbolic acid and a* harmless eel 11
H denial l" of the value of education'and sheep will wander' from His > Lots of men >seem -to think' L"QATlTiCR LOMBARD sweet milk.. Cure borne inetantly cures old and I ebronie soreeu ,
and the
world that He will not seek,
mental growth.. In any man, ed any '' cure IONS and inflammatioa from any eeuae ea Baa* or bewt. FeM ?
ucated or. Ignorant it It degradingand sooner or later And and bring back. wrong ,aide- of a, saloon Is" .the out .f endrf, M-ehlm ia4. B il.taw ell torfj,Stsrt fowl-nree cholera. ,sore peed ,sad ronp m-rnrfrrfi _peeravetf_ ] II.; r'i
God Is a Father. _We may trustvHtm; s a A, gn.rant..d' I' .
unmanly. Manliness : .AUQUSTA '
altogether forceful- forever, stare that He. will ,'Watch:and,side '. >r ." .. .. " .'v I t"r( n : r 'NereWM.lMM-.riDsel.a arre&bT cal PICal. aWIOALCO. Vs..w."... (5..
Is purity efficiency, power; .
wait -with:deathless love.- until, the ".
is Ipef-
The curse Impure.
nes* 91 ,
flclent'either for expression> proof last prodigal among His:human chili U /y *s>i I V *...>

:powerless do productive, work drcn comes home.-!.,To.Slinderl. 11d.' ;j a r

,t forceful In 'no way,. By these teats" Heights of *' r Y i 1 I t J 14 !C..

.ftI" 'Profanity,,_indecent' ,That' ,wblchU Believer '.remember, height*' 'of
If only God be ,
decent is befitting becoming, hon prosperity are safe. 0 .
and-the vale of adversity is
'orabie.X' Will leave it to the Judgment with you
"to- the' soul it God takes
'of the cllltens of this or any healthful doirn.lnto' _It.-G of don! Hall. eoauNl ose ug; rot g u Uss"LA, CREO" "AlII' .1t.TO.a.: "'10.(.I Ntet...... ....,., '.
you .
to decide bow much swearingC '- .
city ", t .. ,...,.... ,.. 11.' I :t ,j ''"''
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.--- -. } OWNER.: DiscjtimoN of'LANDS."ba .ss.. T',. ...... A' Am't '

'. CARTER IS MADE:, (NAIfMAN.A' . Thompson Louis, Mo.P\lbUablosCompanl are.tbe fortunate of pub.8t. Unknown .... . .,. .... ; ..11II cha.. .w of na aor lot boundarv S roes .w H....JUeha ofMorcan I L.I ell U O : k"
than ay aaat aa a
i Usher 'The, offer an.. especially Idvitloff 5.4S cha .e.W eha a .4a ehaMra ,"," k"r"
opportunity. to solicitors In. another toI.E' .s. .. . .. .. . ..... .. . I'Me ,41 9500, 1 r"r"I
Ark Puts An Accounting Firm to Davta.AlLMBriabt. \ . (. .. '. .... .. .. .. .... . ... . J4 :.tie 400. ,
col umo_ of thla,.Issue.Th : .__ Jane . .. _LLofn.t ... .. .. . ... .. . . . ... . Ja 5i. 9 Me 441 1r1. ,
Work b. the Record ,.. ...". "ofn..Uof...",. .. .. ... . ...... ... ;/1 h. :.tie 10 1 U
.r. Are: Few JohnMoOilver. .. .. . . .. no....Uof ... :. . . . .. .. ... ..... .. :A'a tile a" Lilli LEADING, KIs ., June 35. -- ThetaveRllaratlon take f of UnknownH . . . .. .. .. .d4 of .....14. . .. . . .... ... .. II'Ih.e: : W 1 :,05 ALL THE
People who know how to. oare i Mllla .. .. .w"of nett.. .. . . . . . .. . .. ., .... .. 2 2'. :2T. 1 : I
cotnrainslon, which was I themselves-the majority' () Do1"TI\e: "' < waOq.E.t' Snell.:; .. .... nwt4of s.1.. . . ... . . ... ... .. 1If.. 27. au 1 111I
yesterday by the election l ol Is most important. organ In the< _bell K . .. . .. ... of..1.:: '? . . .. .... .. ..10 :9. 17. 4<' 111II
organised liver a OH Reynold. "
coodt .. . .. .. .... TM4of .s' . .. ... .. . . ...... .. 110 2IIa t7.9 I s.
Representative Svd Carter of Alachua' body. ,Her bin* will keep U In OH NorthOH .. ... .. ... n. ol..i,, orla& 1P01i.. ..... .. .... .. .00 ..9'. 111. '' 40 Hit ,
lion V. C. Alba. Tesat: North. . . ... . ... 01 . . . .. .... . . . .. . III, 2. 27. au ,1 M
chairman and Senator Park: Tram Ilerbineforchillsand 8 i Mills .... ... ... .. I.:
M writes "I have used :} . . .. .. ... . ".a. II'l W. 27. 40
sell M secretary began work to-day. bestn ed olo: < HFSmllhUnknown,. .. ... ". . -. a of a nr' . .. .. . .. . . .. 00 VIte :r... 40 L :ttI .
The pefcrlnnlna war made by placing an fever' and sod It the > Unknown.. . .. .. .. W)40 .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . ... ::16 2/\e/ 27.: 44'' J 11II I .. !
Jacksonville In 1 ever usdd. I would not be without 8 J ..U.... . . . . m i of .wVi, ... .. ....' i 2f. 27. ten 1.HH.UH
accounting Unn of ItT It Is as'stood for ohlldren as It ji, Unknown." . . .. . .. ati blk % Campbell City.a : :ilia 0h 1- I Case Whiskies.
F 3 .charge. of the record to. check ttttr ao. and I reoomrnenc Unknown. blk 8, Campbell City. :-Kf 200 .nHUK ,
of The Intern aal Improvement. for grownup people Unknown.. aij blk < Campbell City.: \ :jle! oe 1 1 !JPInt Pint Quart California (e I
counts of tile trust It. It I II fine for laRrlppe. Unknown . .. . .. ... e& blk ft Campbell City.: 0 11'". I" IMtH Echo5pdnge: Rre. . r trustees from the creation Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. Unknown.. . .. . . all blk 4. ('ampbeIl4'1&I: 2h. 2s. ,I .' 811 Rye,. . . 40 n it 25 1 AOM'llBon Maryland : : : 'I"
ID 1855. -.- Unknown. .. ... .. . at? hilt 7. Campbell City. \fie! 1IHe hf OHHff Ii,...... .. .. . .. 411. 7> 1 MlJ.W. M..I.adA
Until the work, of the accountant, Fourth July Unknown' . ?":. . .. lot A bit 10. Campbell : 9H. us, IWI Harper 76. .160 North : ;
conclusion it U not of ; Unknown. .. .". ... lot A blk II. Campbell :*lie :!>Ie }t J.a. .. .PepperBonrlK. >u. ..n' f* 125' North
_ proceed to some W A Thorn..,. . aUi I lot ito Nasaoes. \! 281.. jf, 71 "01_ Baltimore Rye .. .,4l( 76 I M Jersey Apple ,
likely tba'i witnesses will, be summoned Aucount Fourth of July celebration Unknown. .;: ,...;: lot S blk K Naraooaaaalots .. StonierJialtimorsRye.. :.: .1,11I1 -
commisnton. 1t excursion rates via, Atlantic Coast Unknown. ...i....,..., blk ". .Nawooeaeetut .. MlMl.' Old Prentice Rye.. . .. ..4O'% ,150IFeather. J
,1 bathe fo- that t eliprellminary one-third fsre for the Unknown...., '....... 7 blk K Nareooaaea. Rye.. .*,. .. ., .200

sitting* of the!' cOlllwl slon will be brief lAne round, one trip and( minimum rate fifty cents. ). Unknown.Unknown ....'. .. .d.. . .,.... lot'oI:8IIlfenclen: HI Hendon Park Park tax..1 oyy v!:;. Ills 31. 71 71 riermortt. Rye dlatllled........ ..ea.1 ..-AO $100' t i 00 ann.... . . : < \

and may not'continue longer than 'sain July 2, 3 and 4. with Unknown .. lot blk II.. Runnymede bit Chaae/i Malt medicinal sherry.. .* . )
Tickets on : .
: : ::: pcoiallr) (for
this week. final IimliJdly 8th. For further Information Unknown: : : . lot V blk II. Runnymada. 71 one .. .. . .. ..'.. . .." ..40 7* 1 ISOWnodford \ .Htirguniljr. .
J E Swart . . Iota II and ID blk 2a'' Hmiuirno
Home, of the c'onuuUalon will remain fall on nearest ticket. agent J E Swart lota 8, n, 7. tll, 10/ and 17 : 1 !fflMl Oountr R-0.16;.... 113 1 IWBaker's Rhine Wlnea.. ?
)n Tallahassee, however to direct the or J, O. KIHKLANU, D. P. A.. Unknown. . .. .. . lot :20 Wlc :2T. MlMl\ XXXX(brew Rya Wrap 1Edgemoat j Claretincse
activity of the accountant and! tot I Tampa Florida 1! Unknown.. . . lot!W blk W.: Runnymede : 'Ml .M--W 100 ''
.... .. .. 18 Runnymede. , ,
K j SwarUK lot blk 'M. .
KcntiickT..40 74 1110 '
'to insets Cream 01
l.he. other inenntxrs .. .. \ .', O. H. ( j
-summon L Cramer.. .. lot *l blk K4. Runnymede '1, MlMl Ca.eadeTenn. Whlakejr) 40 1 AO
wben (X'Clitlon.detnRDlh.. John Wladmara. ... lot 3 blk Kunnymad.'! 1 MlMl Onldeu Howl( . . . i.i: !5n I (MOld Moot j
Notice.To John WledmareUnknown lot 7 blk 4 J. RunnymadawW .h MlMl JIM-... . .: . ...!..;25 Mi 1 1I1
. . . .... iotA blk M. Runn.... ('i7l MlMl ., Ale Beer
'L "The Old World and Its Ways. Con"l'r. Unknown . . .. a'slot' *blk "4, Rllnn.... ,.'It,,,.." -- rots Red Kentuckyftew Top.' ... . . .. ,r. I'rill rti !
H.Notice :
Whom M.T R-K; Bhapley. . .. .. lot HI block ;(1'. \\.j. ),//1": '? Sark kog ers . ... . .. ..,4O 7\: 1110 BauPaJaAia ,
William Jennings Bryan an- If hereby given that on (Ibo 19lt.1 day Unknown. . . . lot I blk 74. Runnymede. .. MlMl\ l>al>y-Mad ... .. r. . .4S :\ 1:* 1 Ml Cliinnvu'a "
Col. of Aorlt A. 1). W7. Jerry NC. J'otwr'"dlei near V Wledmare.P . .. lot it1.1k19i, Uunnymed. ,,'i. nit !Kl book of travel entitledTheOld < . . .. . . ,, '
'toounoM a new The said Jerry M. WIed...... lot 7blk slh Runnymeda.lot (5ldCambrldgen 7A 160 Auhauier, ,
Florida. ft J
World and Its Ways"which Kls.hnmeCity; Unknown .' 8 blk: M, Kunnymede.: : :rr." ::* Puritan It,... . . .40 7t I no
y potter max2 years Af one i height 0 feet; weight : : : lot: S blk HI. Runnymeda. .
tour around the UnknownT 1 .MlMl Ooldon Cream: . . . .,4(1 7.1. 1 no
MR recent
recounts ISO pound.; nulor of hair light!heav-mualache.. Wiedmara. . . lot ft blk it., Runnymada j" Paul lone. . ,)K:> ".. j,34 Rye
world and bill journey through Eu-: F Wiedmare. . lot IX blk '% Runnymade. :, : MlMl Con.titnuen..40 i 75 I AOKentuokrTavern
It la profusely and 1 elegantly Tho anpralftril value of the prreonal propertyof Wltdmara. .. . . lot 9 bit \Runnytnede.. ). 'j: MlMl : ... ....40 li I /ISO Golden Star
rope. the Arm oCOnrroll and tatter b921.05' aud FWiedmarePWiedmare lot in blk 9d. Runnrmada ;, l}i! t?, Brook Dill, (Bottled labomt Mountain "
illustrate with 240 artUtlcenjframnjrs of turpentine . . lot 1 blk 17. Runnymodeall \ ''W t', JW Mouatala
there Mveral hundred acres ) 40 75 1
representing men and thing teen lathe an Unknown. hilt Sal, Kunnymede. 'ylf-/\: ,. 14\1\ IMIYellow Mountain
of earth dui lands; mat of a hlch have been worked several . all *. .. : j 1I l .' 149 .. .) 110... Shoe, 7 .
varJouB countries the Unknown : Itk"M: : : : :; ,V '. 1 4V Label .: .... 40 05 I Ml
and lands .
aa : ,
The jreara. In the l penonul property I Unknown all Runnymede 4IIdVtl w.. ItlO
-rin k made from photographs t . . BchoSprlon
logs are . 4A I'to
; of sod Potter. HeahnowasdoneiIasllorsngegrove [.7 -
Carroll n'&iock'lO. "
br him or bin. party 8reolaUy for. this Potter' Id the firm Unknown. . . ... lot 'itoaa" add." "" liX t Kentucky: Pride. . . . .. ::X:> 60 loo Lebanon
In hit own .. .
monumental E D 1cIra. lot 4 block 11* Cream of .
S. f publication. It la the Unknown .. . . .. .. hit. 4 and 9 block 14. Rosa KIll....
literary. work of his life and Is published right. (lit 1 10 Malt GUss-'-Case Goods. Red Top Rye I
undpr his special 'gdmtrWestate ther'.11 i an illdehtedneteofaever.thousand Dana...nth... . . lot II tk 14. Ron. add. .. toot
dollar. No< lawful helm' Unknown. lot 3 blk 16 RoMniion'i "" American Malt . 40 ,.'\ 1 AOl
1 He has br special .. .. . 4 17 Corn \I
lIuperVll1Ilon.// kno.. li to the administrator. City: (\ >u$Ty')" ii Pure Mal .40 7i I *
publishers made the are F.. Ll>. OVERSTRKBT.Adminlntrator W H H.nderaon. lot 7ft FLit I Co add to 1I..nelle. Malt ., . . ,,. ", 1 'i'i Nortbal'Olio.:
view to : ..baa cur rune w
down with\ the ne 8ton .......
within the easy. reach,of every of the K.tatoof Jerry' M.. Potter:!8-4t ttl.lft.75& runa n w IMI/Ins ft.ft.'.1 n_2lu' : a49 Domestic and Imported .Gin, In North r.'O .l

and book: buyer. reader! docc..ed. J W AdarhoM . . all except beat ..r cor ""' Glass. North b yean.
. _ . <:
rf The book fives Ms lion to Kia.immaa ('om. ,... .
. i
what he saw and did-whom met Notice. - t.rlylgl! t.VJ fact
we r
and his impressions and conCIUllonll.1) A E DoneamnUnknown . . .. all blk GL, 1_' add. to : 1 :w Plymouth: Dry( ,a.ln.: .... ::: : IMIHelinin

He made. sprofound Notice In hereby given. to all Ipenooa holding . . lot 118hoemalter'.aub- 161 I."tborn Holland liln 160 Lowest ;
things a* he saw" them In this noted clalmdordeuundsagaln.tthe, K.tal of f Jerry. add to Ktoaiminee City.Unknown 274 . . I" 9 i.i Rye from
. .. Uaaa add to
journey around the world. lie gives M. Potter deceased, to present the'rlul, Mrs T J Water .. .... all n.' except, lot>4 block V I. : A (Gin jordouOin Phosphate ....... 4n 1\ I t MlMl Corn from .. .... ,.. ...

governmental. iHluoational, religious tbe undersigned' within two alaimmee City 8112 Ola from
authenticated. to t Mobile Buck 2fo H 1 110 1
''1 and other conditions, from the standpoint law.olherwUe the (ante FPreacott.. .. all blk .). 1 ... add to ".. : ev1la Island. Endu.anc.r.: 100)Wolf. And all
M prescribed by 1M
years .. . .
Belle Stone lot 4 blk S. 8 F R R Co .' .
of & student and one profoundly w 111 br barred: and all parsons Indebted to said Unknown. .. bnrW. M n eof; n cor flchladamHrhnappa . 15' Gins

:" Interested. In all the ,people of the estate) are hereby required to make Immediate K R Co aurvey. run.. : : 'J I in Come lick Gin and Ben- .
earth.. nw 23: v-B ft. na 7ift.baa67 :i'. .VI 00Redd
with the uodvr.lgned.
While Col. Bryan traveled. a private settlement J J Merrill. Eat . f t. a 47 dera. a of 1 i ion Gin. 2.\ 641Uuderwooda i
fol'\ll7. nor lot 4 blk IK 8 F K Old .. miM ,
Tom I RuMttlu
I, citizen be went with the prestigeof E. L OVKR81REKT.AduilnlHtrator 47 d.'O It. n 4.1 51'2 Old Tom nia '

having made two memorable contests of Estate of Jerry M.. Potter Unknown . lot den! 5.:w well's flOfta. add 411 :- ; I OL Imported Scotch Case Whiskies. Imported

for the Presidency of the United dercaud.W. Unknown. .. . .. .' 'of w/j} lot II block" 8. F.llon'.N. [
State, and be was everywhere reoosr- J. s."..., Alt,.. for Admlnl.lralor.tSIIt. KlMlmmee:. City p. I SL: Qu.P..r.e L.wrror..M :
Hired and entertained as a. great rep- Unknown. . lobo U and 4 blk B. JaaO 11.,1.1.. si nn l."c.11 < \
I M.th_.add to I 509M Linn William IV. V. O. I'. 2 n. Apple
resentatlvn American having. leading --- - G Waring .. ... . Iota II and 7 blk U Biai-k and White Scotch 2 onHalx California ;
part In the direction of>'American( Notice. I Mathews add to Kta. > 1 89 and ".11( 2 /An\
;P' . .. .. Duuvlll'.Iri.U .. 160
affair). He wa* glveo opportunity for Sclpto UtuenA.Mia. bee KM ft n of.w/ Port and
'w 70 ...... a IK, ;; 2,.. 2\Ie\ 1 .;
J observations never!' before, accordedto Notioa Ie..hmby Iri..n that the Board of County: Anna Squirea.Mra . . .w yiyd.! of nwH tia: 2M! B IMHI The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob
any one travelling. yin private ca OmmilaafcxMm will meet on Monday. July 16. Ola t Vammer Iota 1 and 9 bit tll Weat '
pacity., 107. for the purpoaa of bearing complaints" and tainable. Anielllca, |

: If one wants to see the world and reeeiiriac taatiaaonr&* to the value of any 'prop. C. L. BANDY: Wllke.I COUBIV N. C. .. '2* Ml 100 California California! |

the people who are at the head of ate sup. real or ........... aa flxad by the County: Old Harvest N.:C. M 1 oo Imported .
1 fairs in all countries a* well as the Aa or of TajM. J Tax Collector of Osceola County. Maple Corn laCauwba 1011 Imported ?
Valley..204: Ml t MI liaportad" .
masses, be bas in thla book an opportunity Persona having roxoplainU to make will take ,. Elk! Valley..r 60'1011

of seeing them through the eyes des nation of this meeting mod Bovarn tn.nunlT. a M_ -

,of Ool. William Jennings Bryan., It leoordlndy.. WALTER BASS SIC. Imported Cognac Brandy Order. ,

is sold, ,by subscription and the Chaimaa Board of Coontjr: Commleeiolwn..i JfOTICE.1 DupGlOt'1898 ... .... ,.,........,.h OOReantr cash 4

.1 XXXX.. . .. . . .. .. .. .2 aoMarUIIXXXK order or
+ : :. .320 with order. t
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'' Notice. U hereby given that the following. described land will be sold at public auction 4m Lb.tbatday ..1 l'k" 1
.i .State Institutions for Higher Education. : of July.1907. at the City: Hell at Ktulmrn City.: Fi....... County of Oeeeota.or aa much I

a thwrfaserarm. be; aala neoaaaary and pay;\: tha'amount due for taxe. herein aet' oppoaita la the. Ha: ;. W ; J

University of" the State of Florida Florida Female College NAYS l.I DESCIPTIOH or.FROPEKTT.-- -J 7h.r ORANGE AVE" R I

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A ttlgh .Trade Institotlon for rouni A College for women, without a parallel July Rivera... .... ...... ....... ...... N ! .. ... ..... .... JUG TRADE A
mil, offering Uterarjr.' Scientific En.d In the South embracing a Collegre ', (' } ", 'Ie ; Block QLof Robart Baaa Addition. I S4 '
----:- of liberal Arts School forTeachers Hamto Whitfleld..U.SJ; 1"6';; tote U. SO. It. M A. K. Droaa1>t'. Sub DivWon. af .
'jtln wrlatt, Agricultural and Podalloll"' School industrial : ::. :;, 1' ,') !1'"I BIoc.8Lof1lobert..A..4i1I n< ,".rl.. ......"... szsin : t
a Arts .
teal Course ', , if'1\ : 1 RobenBeaeAcldltion. r;, : _. r '
J a School of Fine Arts, including; ..: l.. .. \a.tU" 1d
8tronffFMultVywo.ll' ; equipped Laboratories Ui :. 'W' .UoI IoeItCL..j/u.. ". 3r' 1I
piano,. pipe organ, violin voipe cul W.O. Drintm Eat:; ',,"'.T"'UofBIoe" ML.\'i ;...v. '..... 171SM !': '?
; thorough instruction! both Lure, elocution and physical; cuture. Mra. L. J. Ctidbold...:.. .., .... .. .. AU of Block ZL.. .. ...... ... .. .: :r.-...... '"
4 theoretical and careful supervision all J. J. Padtrett ... .. .. .. ..... . South taf f.t of Block t*;. .... ... ..... .. .. ... .. .... 4 4U
A of able in
aDd d r.racUcal.hlgb moral faculty; specialist. Frank" Crew.. "' . .'. .. Lot 4 Block 4.T.... ........ .. ... . ..,*. ..... It
; department. J. J. Padswti . . Lots 1 and 1 Block. . .
ton: TUITION FREE. R. B. 8&_ .. . . .. .. . ... .. All of Block" IS. ... .. .. . .. It
No tuition charges to., Florida. stu- ( instruction in fine Charges arts reduced for special LJmaa KoMnaoa .. . ... ... ... ,. Lot Block B. . .. .. ...:. .. ..: . 1 71U THE J1

dents: Other expensed 'very.; low. to a. minimum: New buildings In ,,bn Smithy." . .. .. .. .... . .... ... Lot .. Robert Baaa.tnd Addition. . . . .. IIIRobnaon'

For catalogue. and other information course of construction- Write for \ Addition b

aANDREW' Lot 4'Block . . . M i
catalogue. Kalorv
J.John L. Deeami.: :':::: :::::::.:::': : : Lot 7 :: L. : . : :: .. .. . ::: :: : : :' : 17 0)

SLEDD Pros. A. A.. MURPHREE res.JlOTJCE Unknown. . '...... .. .. .. ... :.; AU NE of B. R. In Block D. N. F.. Dew. Acldl...... 1 U .

O. C. McLean.: .. .. ......... .. ... 'Lute.. s and 10 Block B.0'Ns.I*Oaborna Additlaa I 42 C:.

/ H. A. llathewa Addition. .

I!. M. Witchard..r .:... ... .... .. .. Lot a Block OLotSBIockO. .. . ... . ..... ... . . .. .. 1311 Now. Open for the r.j.
{ 'unknown.. .: .. .. ...,... .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. . ..; . .. . .. . 112 .
: : Mabbatfs Addition. j.o

Unknown .. . .. ... .. .. ".. ..t...., Lot! Block . . .. .. .. a in the Beautiful
Co I Unknown.. .. ... ..... .. .. .. .. ...i Lot, Block" B .. .. .. . . /0 0CI.

'Notice 4 la hereby. elves that'the following described. land will be sold. at public auction; on the / W. A. Patrick'. Addition. "

let .lay" July A. D. 1W7. In roat of the Court ....... door at aHaaimmae: Oitr in the tOrantyafOawola : ,. w. Simpaon .... . .. . .. ... ... Lot Block" .. .. . . .. ... . . . 14 05 ( ,
end State af Florida or ao much thereof aa may ha n.oanary to par tot amount due for ". W. Sknpaoa .. .. ... .... .. ...... lot 2 Block F.. . . . ... .. . . . . .. 1 25K. 1:
herein sat opts to the aaaia, tacather with aoatOWNER. f such aale and adV rttolnataxea : R. Savage . . ... .. .. . . Lot S Block P. . . . .. ... . . . 20 55R. KISSIMMEE
T B.8.vags.. .. ..... ... .... ....... lot a Bk\ ck P. : . .... .. ... .. a t4 ,
K. B. Savage.. ..... . .. .. .. ...... Lot 4 Block P. .. . ... .. .. :; . .. . 88 __ Cb
: CA..eId. . ..". ..... .....:... lot2BlockXIV. ... . . . ..... ... . . .. t HS S
: A.H. Spin ........ ... .. .. .. .. .. 8 14 of Lot land all' of iat 4 Block Xr: . . ... . . 91 l
'J7 OF LAND. Illtl I 1 n! UnknownJnknown. ... ... .... ...... .. .... ,.. Lot < Block XX . .. . .. .... .. .. .. . .. .. . inli I s.-
.r j . . . . . ... ... .. Lot a Block XX . . .. .... ... .... . .. ,
1 Ned Saver. .. .. . . .. ... ....:. .. 8 Haf Let I'Block .. E. B. Water..ddlttonSBof . ..... .. 1 .,
Ceoiva H. Leer. Eat .. ... .. .. ... .. LoU'O, Florida Land and Impravt. c..'. -- al
Survey .. . ,.. ... ...... . ... . . .. . 111 .11 I
LR Lan.::...... ..:.,. '_ (.* _U.........,.. .. .. .. . .. .. 13'IM Me Co 410C88mrtteEA Unplatted L.nhMl..Anni.Squire. .
.. ..... . 'of..Jt"' ; .. . "........ . .r.. ... .. .. 54 114. U 96 i : :
,Uakaown .. ..... . 4 of.w ....' .. .. .. .. ... 7W a.. ... DOm 1 u6U.krw.a. ..... ... .. . .. 8W V, of the NW 3 K of NW W See. W Tp. 25 R I9 290 TERMS'
..t..y.I.. .,.' aI4 of awl,. ........., .............. 2'r SI. ... 1 MS Unknown .. .. ,,. '.. . .. . ... .. .. Bee. 9 and 4MO ichaina, N and 7S7-1OO chain.. K: of <
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Uaka.wa.rrwa.s.t .wHotaaHKtft .. ..e. ... . .. ... .. ., .... n lICe 40 I w per
l ualo wm... .'!',>. ? eaM af astt. .. .,. .. "' ..\... .._ . ... 82 '81. Me 40 120 P. C. HODGES Tax Collector dlI
{rn U.b.r..ils.t'.a.... aw d -U....... ... .. ....... ... .. .. . I2 Xlaill. lICe 40 120 I
u___ ....... .+..,.... .... .. . . .. ... ...... ..... ..... 84 84* ISAS3 a.. $10 to $14 per i. j itiUl
w ..w.-..;.,.,<....J; w/Hot eel} .. .. .. .... ........:.... ,. .'. .. IS2s WaS> XsaXia 'sp \2 Ma By J. R. GILBERT. Jr.. Deputy Collector. ,
Paul olk.s..s.....;.., 814 of.'" or .wM Iw beg .weer."ot.( Ulbi
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z 'w.a.lali., .., beg ".. _sl4 --"Gteas .210"' 4.20 -, : .'
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