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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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.....ela"....... .w4t, ::. .tlalasle..ea1nl.II.,.., ra.: 90. 1.03. a' rKisslmmce City' ., ''PIa' .' '.Ju'lya. '90"I'. _' .x' .No' ...,.S _

COMMISSIONERS The bond of E. R. Wilson for earryl\ ,,,,-
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. ,.... lug! firearms". was approved and signed.; PROCEEDINGS (Of) I SAWMILL COMPANY COMPLLTE : .. ,'. ,"

PROCEEDINGS. The bond of P. A, Vans,Agnew, 'as ; And ,
See .y
notary public, was also approved. THE: CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZATION. '

'. The Board then took a recess until

ea Many Road Matters Occupy: ] .At9LM. 2.p.Reconvened m. -at 2 p. m. +'--- Ordinance ProhiWUnjr. the 'Sale of Strong;'Concern- Backed. By Ample f .FJr-reTe' All Sorts,

0k,, tention of the Board.; T,. W.. Kills appeared 'before the Whiskey Passed its Second and Successful financiers.Last or I a
Board .
? on behalf of thecltv, and'asked I 4
b Klsalmmee, Fla.. July 1.J907.The ; I -
the Board to contribute toward Reading.
re ,
week mention made, to THINGS
Board of County Commission was I
pairing the part of the turnpike>> rood I ,
ers convened at 10 ..- m. on above I within the corporatejlmlts. which has Town Hall: July 2nd, '077" these columns that. a big companywas I Cd ad eel Cllr

,date, there being present Walter been The Council met In regular session ; being orgaaized for the purpose .. .. For

(1ew 'Bsss, Sr.,. chairman; J. S. Stratton I along much It for damaged by hiullng'clay there being present W. Ji Sears president erecting and operating< a large. saw 1
J. K. Bronsoo,'W.. U, Godwin,. J. II, : This request was use on refused.Mr. .county' road. ; J. W. Collier, C. L. Bandy, miff In tbltM..vicinity. As will be New< Standard .

.Walker Commissioners; P. A. Vans T. W. Kills\ P. A. Vans Agnew, city seen by the articles of Incorporation
0. W. Mann stated'' to the
4. Agnew< attorney; 8. H.' Bullock, Board that the taxes his cattle in attorney, and J. R. Gilbert, clerk published In this paper. ,the Companyhas
m I deputy e'' on The minutes Of the last meeting were been formed and a charter' will be
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The minutes of the last. two meet this county were too, high. As this' read. and approved: Reports of officers I applied for as soon, as the necessary, Fashion Sheets '
was not the proper meeting} take 'up legal. ;
Ingrs were read and approved. were examined and approved. The notice has been glvn.
n.r these matters he was requested to meet Men'sr
following Mils approved aDd, Among the Incorporation
i4 'The following letter' from Messrs.. were appear ,
with the .
50ea Board on the 15th Inst.. the. of several ..
names of Klssimmee's
ordered paid:
Pfann and Singeltary, by their attorney
The following bills were examined' ... .8 II 0PCHalr..salary.Marahsl leading. business A BEAUTY =
65 T M Murphy.anUrrai Manor men, as well as that s
W..J. Seare'wu read: : and. ordered" paid. to.. .... 10 CIO Women's1jo '
of Messrs. J. Cranford and W M. .
Hon.. P. A., Van. Agnew, County, At. : . "
W BM. Sr. Co. Cam and mllap. :Iv., .. g '70JSBnmxm nails and .... priaonari S* CO Williams of Jacksonville, twgjpf the 1/
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torney. "' .; . .. C D Carternurdta* piUunara SO 00'J2Rabersos.alarr.tte..ari
S 00JaStmttoa die
'a'M Stores i fllustrates motif
most prominent Naval in
Dear Sir: " .y.4 400 .t 10 OO
I am Informed that the County of P A Vans Agnew. County Attorney. ...?. ,>s M J.R. Onset '1'. aalary aa c....... 86 00 the'State' which' is' a sufficenf guarantee tgMo-date styles in, Children's
bei E L LMUqr.CI.-Ic.Dd Auditor... .... A. .. .1 00 fratcht ... SM that the concern will be backedby .
t Osoeola la now about to en<.'?. .. '40 MDB W.J errs.Man aa aMarman. ........ 800JWColllar. ample capital to carry out all of a way that will ... ; "

,i ." has already begun work. on read or Brown, Jalll....... .,.,... ......i,. ,L .., W 00KiwTeUphatM " w' !a'r,,.., x00C.'t.Randy I Its undertakings and { '
... .. ... that ta' affairs detight "
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Be supposed road through the lands* Co phone rent....,..\> ,.;.'.. ,S (0Kb > y'
1 loljows, : Northwest quarter' the *. ValUyG-JMtt. printing .'...c.... .. 1040 L. If. ""WhMdon '."') .,,,./ .
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R.a w. B. Drew Co:; blank booki. W EI&: ;I> ?v.i>n' 00 manner. .
. northwest of Section 32 InTownshlpk26 .7150 ..
E. fl..lnr.d.rk. .a.auks porU..>.' 178 Kta-4raro*.T.LCor.ntphon....,r." ..v.- t 80 The location of the1*plant will depend t ot south of Range 29 east, E.U pity,clsri.. xpr.M... "." .'" ... 60 O.H.Morrlaen,rent of council room. ..T 10 00 the that ,
the said lands being the lands of my W.R. oh.-..xP ......... .. .. .. 75KlnlramM Va11.r Caaett.. printing....;..- 10. 70 uppn arrangement can 'f .'
clients, Messrs.' H. M, Pfann and i Elae.Light Co.lilhU. .. .. t 7BU H. W,B.DNW Co.._III.. tax a-b.. .' 878 be made with the Atlantic Coast Line STANDARD'PATTERNS '' \' '

1 George 'T. i .Drug Co., mippllM eourl ......... ... 109 MeCaUirtar..draraca....-,, 100 for trackage privilegesetc., negotiation '..
Sltgeltary w.4 ".nDa_. ,_11I_......... . .. 1ST COKlu. Jos.phBumbr.a.wrpipe..r.r. .. 8800State for'which are now pending; but asyet AT I ;;
If snch Is the I desire to Inform ... attest work). 100
case \ .-... blank 11 S3 811 of K. .. farordar .
Vally count?Bart. i no' has '"0'
satisfactoryproposition )
t you that said road is,not a legal pub Z. W. Baa lumbwr.,. ....... ... . . ,. . ft Ot Stanford. C_ Ora_' aids atraet....'. S X*> .
... .... .. W. B. klaktaaon Co.. SO been received from the'railroad,' '
r lie road and we desire to put, you oa J.J. Dana, rapaira road work 165 KAPZ.'Sr
notice of such fact and hope you will Stanford Canon Qrana Hdw.. Co., auplU. IS SO Jim CarnpbaU .. 13" 00'. All the parties concerned, and especially OCaai1SC NoseIfigher' : ':
W.Simmon*, bride 1040 Georis Davis the local business men 'Inter ,,
fir 1 yovern yourselves accordingly.We E.Ji Brown,bridv* lumbar. ..........,. 14 MUndaay Ctu11allU..... .*. ,.'. ..... .. It 1 26 00 ested are anxlou. ,t.o. have the mill I i.
shall be compelled to hold the Bern ThomponIL8.
' Bra, brldg III 45 .
county responsible for any damage 0 Buekala. bride*lumbar........ ... . .. . SOS .Grant "L ". .". ..... 00> located in or near Klsslmmeej; and
1.U that has been done be done Gao.Ovantraat. ft roll Juna.. ....... *84 SO Also OikhrUtWlllUOInwrurht\ .. ...,. 2 211 are working jo. that' end, but. of -
or may on ...
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C.t* Bandy. tax foil oommUalona 87 SCHra. course if negotiation' with the railroad *
above described property and will ...,. 11 2*
Mark ..Gilbert tax roll oomml-n.. 78 SSWUlla Bunn alia the ; mill will,, be located N sAVAM
greatly appreciate. It If you will\ look HalU road work ...... .. ...... ... .. OIl F. A. Ryoe 4. ., ... 8010 1rvVKN4N NwvN
rt Into the matter., taking It up with the M. D. .......'. .... ... tl 7J. 11 T. W. Ellla' ........ 80 where the timber wl1l'be most. acces
rt authorities and .8 Stratum,haullnjr tertllteer. ... ..,. -. 11 CO i. IlePhatt.brklva work ., ... .. ..., ,. 100 Ible, which would be at or near, : Mi
proper at onoe stop P.D. Dutton. hauliiur to poor farm... .... S 00 Oaeaola County strut work In 110107 AshtoQ.Station on the Sugar Belt Sunny South Sl f
1' work on'same If work has already W. I*Campbell. oara 480 Guy O'Qulnm .Installation work.. "'300 railroad.
1'i betrun. S. C. O.Hdw.COL.auppllaa court houaa..,. 1 70 J. R. Gllbart.Jr.eoI. E. !* Collaetor.... 3S 00&P.Dnn'ooluaptE.1"P.
I would also like to know at onoe W&C.GresCaworal.f< your decision In this matter! Thank W. Walk,-road work .. ....... ... . SCOHamp ElectrIc to auppliaa' ..for E. U .P.... IS 05 Klsslmmee Lumber Company,< and the INGRAM: & OILBERT,1,Propriotors.,
.. . .. .. .. W.B. KaUnaon .. .. SB 0$
road work ... . 10 M officers are C.'A.
Walkar. phosen :
temporary 'I
log you in prompt. attention W. B.MaMnaon; crlndatona, ,.... . .. .. I 80 < I beg to remain, A. E.Dotwnn. wood for K. U P...... .... 61 35HaWyBLa ;
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W.L. WinD visit poor .. .. ... :I.A. Vice-president S. L.Lapfer AY ''
Yours very truly C.S.Acraforrlghtotwv..... ,... ..... 1(400 .10537 Cranford ; and BOARDING = s'
i ii .W. J. SEARS, Mona Brown women eoart booaa fane M 06 State Bank of KIn* wood tick**.. ..., ... 8800 ,' Secretary; C. A. Carson ;
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; Harmon Staff- J 'M. ._
6U..00w. A. Cranford W. Williams
J.B.Stratton *
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flU Attorney for II., Pfann and GeorgeT. ( R.Johnaton.aateiT oonutr Suds... .,. US 41 A. L. DarldMm. bal ... u aea *nrr. .. .... BOOWffllfcKaa S.'L. )Lopfer f E.: L. Lesley M. Katz 1--,.. L ...._........1. .._
u Slogeltary.After J.w.OHvar, aui'Ta-lnjc ....:. .....;...... 1000 to 71.. 48 OS
some, discussion this matter B It Ialay. clerk erinlo.1 eoata,... 9 91 Rata Baall of 1t1u..1..r'.t on -=rip., ..... WOO and HrC' Stanford, Director.. Well equipped with New Stock, and Vehicles and, |

re was referred to a committee, composedof I J.... Walkar..dR. leed.prlaoiwra .. ... 40 " .mount for strut..*.. ..? 1300 00 It i Is proposed to put (in a mill. with prepared to meet all demands With Perfect Satis- '
J. S. Strattoo and J. R. Brbnson I". 1C WaIka .....rUr. nab lunacy_... 11SSO1.U -.. let: .-.. '01...... 8008 a capacity of 30.000 feet per day, and .
*' .. 200808 faction.
.. . amtforB. JUF. .wl* "
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l-oon. aalary p-.uq atty. the ,.payroll will ,amount to some I '
who Instructed confer withMessrs. .
were to 8000
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ThaniMrtaof tba caanty waraaranitnail like ,
Pfann and Singeltary', and toT aad pprovadLTka T.W.EUa. part...toataffin. baiters... .300 00 thing' 'five 'hundred dollars i" .

report to the Board.. Tuaaurar'a raport abawed the followlac. On notion duly, seconded, (which week*. .... . HEAVy: HAULING I 'A. .SPECIALTY I .>.> ;: | ,
C. ***"n appeared before, the -..-N bd:. motion carried) the clerk was ordered ''The company has secured a tract of -
Jh 0......._ ..... ........ . '2'17' N ''
Board w .cpy.; -t.: ;; p draw street-fund In 22,000 acres 'of. good timber lands;
,Or and asked what to warrant on
was going to
Road rva* JL; be done sbout''-removing the obstruo FlesanfFo ....' ...........,r.kt. SIS 07 favor of State Bank bt Klsslmmee for which they calculate will run such a .

QJi tlon, across the road on' the laland. 0...........?.#...._..:.....;............; ,1st 48 1500.00: and warrant op Electric; Ugbt plant aa they propose. building: about

After consideration the Board..... of Sob School Dial No. t.y....,....... tM 88 Plant for 2000,00; also warrants In ten years.
-. No. 3..,..... ..,, TOt of Interest on-said warranty The capital stock aa opinion that as this road was only ... ,..... payment "
No.4.v SOTSS
used by two or three different partiesit State.AU JI'\a.\' ..,.,...i....<.t *!SO'i for sU 1'at.. rate. of 8 per cent be S100.000,. divided into shares. !

was better. to have hem' settle the ''i,, <....17.. per annum the above amounts to be off 100 each '. , > .r"i" .".::.7i. ,\ .; e.": "t t4' .. R ) 'ill'. ;j, .i,,', i '',,1' .
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; credited to account of city treasurer. ,
difficulty between them ana refused to For which amount he filed eertlfl- I' ... , it , ,
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take any action. < cue of deposit in the State.Bank of The city .Uorpe7.'W&I I Instructed Ingersofl on Napoleon., ."'1'J.' ,' J.,1' ',-4\"..:''i!". ..,,!t.. ; ... 'I'I <, ' ,>' ....."!J;;.) "'." aFresb ..
The Clerk Instructed to draw Klsslmmee. advise the bond trustees pay intereston h <'!? ; rrt' < ..
was a A little while ago I'stood by'the : Bread: / 'Cake',\and :.
warrant for 1100 \In- favor of. C.-8. Paid and cancelled' warrants' were bonds in advance discounting sane;; grave of the great N.poleonmac. = ,, : r, r
In Board.
destroyed ,
...' Acree for a right 'of war for a road :On motion the open salary I tof the Janitorwas also to place any and all.moneys remaining nificent tomb-of gilt 'and gold., I saw 1

through his property said'warrant to raised from 25.00 to 32.60 per In theifipgbeealonat ? him t.k..n empire by the force of his Iie DEvery"FINE Jj -- '.

be delivered to C.'S. Acree on receiptof month. .. Redemption of certificate No.- 203( of genius.. I saw himupon, the frightful ty" ;'

a deed properly executed.A There being no further business the July Sod; 1894, was allowed Upon pay field,, of ''Waterloo whet, chance and 1
Board then adjourned until 15th .of meat. of 2.00 and' co... 'of cancellingsame .
petition signed by the county officers fate combined to wreck the fortunes of
July, 1907'a being against Iiot27 of Bos well's ri ....
and employes In the court house ------r--. -- the former king and I saw him at St. :
\ recotnmendl6g that the. salary of the ."They Say." addition. Certificate NO/ 60 of 7th of Helena with his hands,crossed behind '- I LINE I ,

,I janitor be raised to a35! was presented.On August 1890 was ordered cancelledon him, gating out at the sad and solemnsea. f

II motion of :J. 8. Stratton, see That phrase has blasted more characters I account of being erroneous. Certificates I thought of the orphans, and

I onded by W. R. Godwin, the clerk and ruined more homes than I stgalnst all of Block T. I.. Bass widows he had made of the tears that Candy Nuts Lunch Goods 'iEtc.BUDDED

other in the language.Call I addition to 4 Including 1904 were .
was Instructed to purchase the file .any. up bad been theft for his glory, and of .

case! described In the letter' of June 'a halt on the lecherous'peddler ordered cancelled upon payment of the only woman who had ever loved u

13th from"the Nary Safe and Look who comes at you with his ''wares I cost of cancellation.The him pushed from his heart, by ,the .

Company same to be paid for after "They Say." bond of I* ;: Minx, as city assessor cruel hand' of ambition and I said '

being approved by the clerk. Level your gun at his cowardly. was. approved and ,' ordered that I would rather have been a TREES!' \. ' '

1 Tax collector presented his reportof heart-flre point blank. filed. French .pe..ntn4.,"worn wooden

poll.' taxes, which was examinedand Put it atralght77" ho says?. The ordinance relating to prohibiting shoes. I would rather have been; that '

compared with the stubs in his That hits the spot. the sale of Intoxicating. ,liquors poor peasant with,ml' loving wife by Islesworth Nurseries.CHASE

receipt book. You cannot afford to miss. within the town Vas taken up and reada my aide, knitting as the day died out ,

v Messrs., >Blgham and Farmer pre The person who circulates a, scandal, second time, whereupon on motion, In the skies with my children upon my

1L,.. tented !their 'retort of convict hire.for or p4ddlea.t.roth. one is Just as bad as duly seconded (which motion carried) knees and their arms about me. I OOi.PpopRntToas.; : : J.; w, .HOARD, AOKNT . tx

i the month of. June, 'together with 'a the other, is a vampire. He sucks the same was referred to the city,attorney would rather have been''' that man and '
, lifeblood to ekamlne as to of We will have ready'for next Fall and Winter planting a general
draft for tlC4. Same approved correctness gone to the tongueless silence of the
.I. combination assortment of Orange and Grapefruit 'Trees of all ,
No of words In the lan, leading varie
and the draft. turned oyei' to the treasurer same.' dreamles dust than to have been that ties., Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough. Lemon and;: ,
for collection.. guage has caused more trouble, pain There being '''no further business Imp..rtl.l.Imper. nat.lon. f'force .and Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any"kind. ,

A verbal request from W L. ,Camp. and sorrow, council adjourned to meet in regularsessloo murder known Napoleon the Great. AU budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to.
Sh.dow.J'-Jt.. hits in the dark. It. Tuesday, August' 7th, 1907 at name Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
bell asking that'his salary 'as super* Is anonymous. It has no personal 7:30 p. m. Over six inches of rain ;has -fallen none and.our trees are u fine aa money and twenty 7....'. ezper'

intendent" of the'county' poor farm be Ury. It cannot suffer from J. R. Gilbert, W. J. Sears here in the past week, and, as a con fence can produce. We are making specialty this season of the
r raised was refused. any ,ClerkPresident... sequence all the sloughs and streamsare famous California Valencia Late which la destined to beoome'tbegreatest
The report. of George 'Overstreet, action' ''It Is wholly irresponsible, : ' beginning to fill un. If the pre.. money-maker in Florida.Our Valencia buds come' dl- ,
received The phrase ought to be put. under eDt weather continues the steamboats rect from the best bearing tree. In the district now;famous. for pro* r. tr overseer: was and read the ban. :IGssImmee! .. Lumber, Company. >I ,will be running in a short time during the best Valenclaa In California.

Road Supervisor's Report month ending It Is this way: You speak;; to ,:''Elsewhere.'Ia this issue will Lc found . Write for.; Prices. to J..'W.:HOARD:GothsC,;. Fla.:, or call and'see our Nurseries "' .,

June 20th, 1907. some one of your mutual acquaint ,he charter of the',Kiisltnmee Lumber .tbntmiiI' at Waco on' Florida Midland R. R. _

I have completed the New Point laces There is a shrug of tho shoulders .Company ,.This l !"'company has in
t road from where I started to the or a lifting 'of the eyebrows.There view the erection of a !first-class uo-to- -

is a lowering of the voice. \\with. date mill to'.out the: I
.Bucket's place.. Have grubbed the t.lmber..trom a
the preface They.say., TIIbl PQIIt8fijQn. 'o.
balance of theroad, to the Pleasant Even when the gossip falls to give large tract, ,"of 22.000' acres of'.,land }$ *VI Mrv

??." :Bill school house. \ Have'putled all his, authority. ,. be has put an evil ,idea .recently bought of ,W. ,M.-" ',Williams,d I .., ,

the stumps except about.half a 'railed:; in your mind respecting the person J; of 45 Co.,'at Asbtonv .- Auto Cars'Line.. c.'A. CASmOMrr. ,:JOUR .. rucv; :K.acA9oif.: : .
I Will finish the Pleasant Hill road in whom be sneaks. .This Is the "P dpu & Beach''':tract ;" ; "Pw.aW.t/t.: CMhlMV r

about four '' Have :built .the of timber and Is considered tbe best '
days. .
: You cannot rid yourself, of the heave Klsslmmee 8:45 State Bank '
new brlela-eacroaa\be creek at Bryan'scrossing. suggest.Ion. ,In this part "of 'the"oou.try., ., 'Tbe ''Arrive Orlando 8:30 a.a. m m., of, Kissfttiuiee.Kisaimttiee '

.' The entire. cost of this 'The i impression'1" stays 'The'' suspicion company has an authorized capital .Arrive Sanford 93Q a. ... .i- 'Pia.yam .

bridge; was;,1142.75.: Have 'buIa.! abridge lurka A Is done. stock of 100000.: Quite a.,,14rge'pro- Lave S.nfordll1OO.> m.' ,
great wrong "
1 o.erbet ditch. The ; portlon of this 'stock' has.''been '' subiorlbed *. Arrive Orlando 12:30 p. m; .; .
1r Prevatt' -
"They ," the ear that are '* pAis) . :.. '
say eager Leave Orltindo' :3O p, m.". "", . > .. $0 ..
entire. of this bridge was by somdratrong;, rnep as ate '
cost '. for th.talwaye have a month to, pass : 'ArrlTe KMsimmee p. m. .TOCS' OLMS .aAIIZLlT1l''......... _.. ...-Oou;,
; > list will Indicate. It Is the desire y ,_' '-"
;:Dave also had the on thelurn-' pf . -
: fence it to Codtiealinwith ....... .
on more eager ears.- J thlavcompany to afford an :_ Seaboard R. R. at .to 811CU1t1l'Y..l."...;!.;, 10. (eoo.e p: : Y
pike road repaired; The aasaalnatlon of 'chireclar has opportunity . '
OrI&Dc1o'aacl .
the .
at San
T Clydeboat "
.+ .1 bar bought duringtoonth beer: to oar local people to.: subsoribe,' tot ford going aorth. asj* Csifwtsil" ,, 'Attetitlosi (ive..".t* oh.att.r. _,

two grub hoes and,bandies,..two ban What "Thesay"' may aomeUmes such.stock in this company' aa th > triaterate fee si*. ,BxolMaic*.*. ........ at an.,pel'. at eke .> a '
'deed nalb ;; may..lab.. 'On application: OV 'A. Fare same aa n l'Oacta".. *. Y,
sad thirty pounds one be a true .... .p. TOU.8u :BOtlCITBD.c5 "
r Canon,. Presidentfull 'I.dONaMlooID" 'E.n W. TEOtntlR. PrealdenC .. If KM. 't
water; bucket, two ,axes and three'handles' : But is it a necessary message)4' ,0
) ,'and ODe 'grind ,stone. Will Ik make the old world better or: 'be had eonoarninf thU, oontpaoantf Cap C.,E.' BnrM;'Vice Presideet. ; T.;

If I' Signed) Oeo. Overstreet ;: ,worse. . by telling.!. ,of UP... ; .-- itsideslra'b.IUy. ? laTestmenVi __,DaD.78eG'"Mcl-.rr.ail..;- ;" "' '- , ,. . '"".. ,".
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'WHY MISS MIJRIKL: CRIED. turbel by Mr. ,Warner, .eager and VOilti 'I
smiling "I guess" said he; "I've I 1 o' suffer :
f" got something as will suit you this 1 .
,Miff Muriel slitting alone
'Withvery duconrolnte air) time" wiT severe

Her'- fluffy awry, blue ,te* gown" win. ;..tan ed!I "For Inquiringly.what-41 Mr. Gales lookedup J Doings in FloridaOrange Headacheswhen

And frowny and rumpled her liair.. "
"Oh, what i II the matter?" Laid in alarm,, "For tho donation party, said the
"1 beg you in me to conhdit," farmer. "It's ray Marthy." .
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,But the buried her lace in her 'kercliieJ i "Sir! exclaimed the clergyman, In -
of lace, Committee .
; Growers Organize Investigating Busy
And *h. cried, and the criod, and .b e, surprise. '.
cried "They tell me you like her" said Thirty-five/ representative grove own The special commission creatnr"t !

Mr. 'Warner, in an off-hand manner. en. of the orange belt of the state the state legislature and charged with I
s e/"Come, out lor'a lipiD in ills) automobile, ''"
1 do sild the clergyman, "In-
The motor bdnt w itn at the pier, gathered: at the board-of trade rooms the duty of investigating!' the acts and ltil O' J.
Or let'. taken drive in the sunshiny park deed, you can hardly tell'how much." In Tampa few days: ago to organize doings of the trusteed- of the Internal .
Or canter horebnuk dear" "Then! you'rewelcome to her,
on I
,'::1',... thus that 1 waxed her in loverhke said the farmer. "Shall I bring! her for the advancement of the Interests Improvement fund, wan sworn in by
lone '. of the orange growers of the state Mr. Justice Hocker Of the supreme j

oj'o But Ai refiuing 1 t.nderly all knelt comfort at her*lio' Me pushed, meA around"By no here means"' said Mr. Gates W. R. fuller, president of the Tampa '. court at Tallahassee. The personnelof l*+*+am. ".w w ;,

away hurriedlY, "I would much, prefer board of hude-In, artery neat address i the committee Is Syd U, Carter of Will Cure You. <<
,:mac alic cried, and she.cried, and ..he If you are really in earnest to see to the assembled- orange grow. Alachua, chairman' J Park M Trammel To expect s
cried. whole body. ;
the for the
her at your housa." And Velng' a *r*; welcomed' them' In' the name ol ot Lakelandsecretary; R Pope The liver is keep the liver In good order. To do so, i

". )' whisper, my darling, tine terrible man of few.words, Mr. Warner went the city of Tampa and board of trade, Reese of 'PenaBeo!>!, vice chairman; good regulator health h one needed.must Uerbine will put your liver in tho eonditiol ; I
r You woe know, I would love'you the name'If away leaving Mr. Gates very much J. Varu 'Of Bradentown, who Issued F. P. Cone!! ot Lake ''City, George G. } it phould be and you will not suffer from beadacbog:

the smoke million of,c papa, *hod i vanished in bewildered."But that Is very'strange,"' be said' the call for the growers to meet, then Matthews of Ocala, C. L. ..Leggett'of A POSITIVE CURE "'h" ,

And you hadn't a rent to'"your name. paclnk up and down the floor, "How explained" the purpose of the organ'Ration Madison and Marlon S. Knight: of Lake r

1 If you came to the ebu"b.iu, a garment of did thcy'euspect that I was partial to In a. very. comprehensive man. FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND '

I would rap wed you with rapturom pride" tbla.beautiful young woman? Is she ner declaring that trough! other industries City.Miss Hale 'of Gainesville is" stenographer FEVER BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA f f.i

w She nestled her cheek to my. shoulder atThough willing to become .my wife on such had organized: for their' mutual for the committee, and the ,
,M, this, 'short notice Ought I to take such protection and advancement, the Hutchinson Audit Company' Jacksonville AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS
t, .h.'cried, and she cried, and tie '
cried. an advantage oj'her' inexperience growers of Florida were without will : the .
orange .ave charge of expert
., I' That very afternoon he proceeded tohe' Of Good..Mrs. .i t "
Ii You know," abe exclaimed, in a piteous Warner farm where tho farmer proper' combination and he urged' work. Unlike the former committee Has Done;A World '

wail, greeted him with 'boisterous delight. them to come, together Von the matter, the eetUons. will be 'open, and Marble Falls Teiaa. writer: "I have'i
O. D. Philley
'"That. love of a hat that I wore though they are democrat, republicans In the state who has liver corrective I have
9 The, one with pink rote and chiffon behind "So you're really come after 'my '' any person any nw>d Hcrbino and find It the best world of good.' ji
Marthy/ said he er of other parties.' 'Perfect an information In regard to the past acts trlod. It done my family as veil na myself a BUOer Stour i,

And a fluffy pink feather i "Well I am-I 'don't know 'how I organization, call it what you may, of the trusUes la invited and urged tocomrnjinlcnte and I recommend It to all my Weada. I never '

I paid And Mme.our parlor Mouuite maid a hundred Flora.McBndoS for that,, shall ever express my, gratitude;" said i trust If you please to' name it, but so such information to the'I beadacbesau rmore.". WILL BUY IT. i
HM got one just like it for three twenty the minister effective! thatIt will protect the growers chairman or secretary" for use by the i :
live!" "Don't speak of It," said 'Mr. War commission 4,
:And she cried,. and she cried. and he ner. "Matty here's tbe parson" Baldlit' from unjust competition, commission, or ,ft ony person knows Liniment Co. J
cried: ,, pien'a oppression, railroad overcharges who Ballard Snow
# calling to his daughter, who was, of any witness can shed light, upon
-New York Herald. kindred
n______ In another room. ; and .delays, and the tho subject of the investigation 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO. 1
Mr. Gates scarcely dared to glan.ce Ills which the orange" grower- of Floria they are earnestly urged by the com

r at Miss Warner, but she smiled add have ever suffered.A mission to let It know.:\ The committee *S9lI! BQl3lK3B9lfiBi3lBfiS93Bt8BB
10- t bowed to him with the greatest com committee on plan and scope then b busy In the senate hall delving Into I Sold and .Recommended by ;

J posure. reported an outline of the .proposed) musty records of the past. The In-
'r' TILELD9TPNJ-'" "There It is," said 'Mr.. Warner, plan for the organization, providingfor -miration will begin wltn'the early-. I- For Safe'at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. ;
pointing his finger at the wail, "Just
under the of 't
a corpqration) acts of the trustees and continue from _
as my poor grandmother left it tome I ,
", bronze frame and all." the Florida Orange Growers'' cjyapany. : the creation' of the trust In 1855 to ,

"There Is what?" asked the cler' !: with a capital clock: of JlO.tHiO. inahares'of the present tIiI! (. : .
( I |5 each its object being to KISSIMM'EERIVEPWROUTE. :

"My Marthy, to be sure," said Mr.' promote uniformity of marketing and
The Tampa Northern Is
Warner, transportation of the orange crop, provide
\ "Ob," said Mr.' Gates his countenance central{ shipping points and aggressively pushing Its work of 1m- j

1ElIE CLOSlEy.r: / falling "1 didn't know-" agents throughout the country to han ruvements at Tampa. General Manager /- ,

"Eh" said Mr. Warner. "It's my die the output of the groves, and do Uenbam" bill awarded: the contractor ,I .

1 r>lcter of Marthy and Mary at Beth- such other things In combination aj the erection" of a big freight depot STEAMER LILLIE STEAMER: K.OSEADA. j

- ..eatr.e.a! iuy"a'bundred years old, and not to. will .advance the orange industry. for $22.000. The building will be I Captain: Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. .
be duplicated this side of the Atantic.
"I can't say as I believe In these ." A committee to continue and complete 55 feet wide by 190 feet lcngt,and It Regular veekly trips to Bas inger a-d return. Roseada leaves Klsilst- ;

here donation parties" said Mr. Warner "Yes. I've no doubt it's very_, valuable the organization! was appointed.It l iii to be completed by September 1, I i nee Tuesday morning, and arrive Ktislmmee Friday evening

"I think minister It wa the can't afford topy ," said Mr. Gates, "but' not so was agreed that this coin ml.tee 1907. Adjoining: this building it Is Special Charter Trips to Lake Okoec>ob and Fort My ere on .the Lilll. .'
our we \
j hadn't oucbt'to indulge! in the luxury valuable-as-your daughter." should meet at Plant City July 5, to proposed to construct a passenger depot Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rate reasonable.

t ''of having a minister at all." "As my daughter' repeated Mr.. consider th'e 31arter of the company The Atlantic Coast Line is also The most picturesque Waterway in Florida.
For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to
"It's the custom and we all ought Warner. -*- and perfect the organization. busy with preparation for the construction -
do'our "I thought It wad this Martha that CLAY JqHNSON SR., Proprietor .
to duty said Mr. Parsons. of a large freight depot and
"'I balm nothing to. give, and 1 you meant" said the minister catherine Governor Appoints Commissioners. offices en the site of its freight warehouse _: On board "LiHIe. Klssimmee., n*> r
never felt In all life said courage to advance and. get j
poorer my "
recently burned, on LaFayette
Governor Broward hq< named t1emembers
possession of Martha's slim brown i
.Mr. Warner. and .. ... ..". '\ .
Ashley streets. C' '
a ,'There' them sweet apples ot hand.' "It certainly was this Martha of the- commission createdby
yourn," said the pious deacon. that X wanted." "* the last legislature' to examine: and -

"Good land, they ain't fit to ,feed Mr. Warner glanced from one to audit claims against the date of Florida The Pentecola.! baseball club received j The Irrationalness "J

to tbe ''pigs," said Mr. ,Warner "I the other. "'Ven," said he, "it Matty for enrolled services: [forage subsistence a knock-out blow a few days ago
like Mr. Gates and I'd like to give halnt no. objection I halnt. But and transportation furnishedto
him something worth while, but what say you, little girl Have you{ Seminole Indian when the president received information of Surplus Wealth'
the state during the -
that bow It 1* with me at present" a mind to be my donation to the that the commanding ofCcej; of the l I If
wars of 1849 18S5. 1856 and IfST
The sanctimonious Mr, ,Parsons minister" eighth rtilTery district would no longer .
smiled grimly, and went home to pick "Oh, father" said Matty as follows: Hona. J. H. HalTen), Bag. permit Sunday games to -be playedon By Professor Felix Ad Ie,., 3 i 1

out the poorest of the fowl, the hardest "Mr. Gates said the farmer "I dad; Charles E. Davis Madison; J. W. tbe diamond at Fort Barancas.. w

and sourest of his dried applies. don't believe she has any objection.:* Knight, Floral City Heretofore during the agitation for 1 .'G'
the stalest bag of last season's buckwheat Oh, father]" once'more. uttered As members of the commission to ..
to make a bountlfulqfferlngto Matty, biding ber face. erect' a suitable monument on the battlefield stopping. Sunday amusements' the club BOVE all It Is the .irratlonalness In the surplus wealtb that j

the Lord, for the deacon was well- .Ton two can talk it, over while Jo.and of Chlckamauga. in ot ,felt' safe by reason ot the fact that comes home to me. Men ot tbe class we are considering' '\r

to-do and bad money in the bank, and ; finish that there Job.of paint memory the game played Sunday afternoons, are sometimes described as veritable! ogres In human ,form.
r :had already planned to do a little sew ing." added Mr' Warner. Florida soldiers who took part that 'and which drew immense ..crowdswero Ib the case of"some. aUleast.thls..Ia a wholly perverted ..account. -.

dons matchmaking whereby he might So be vanished and the young people 'batter Hon. Samuel Pasco, Mon- played: on th$ army re reservation; where A On nearer approach they turn out to be 'men of ''

.rid himself of his hard, visaged did' talk It over, and very satisactorlly tlcello;'Hon. E. M.-'Law, Bartowj Hon. the 'meruben "of "the teams' were Immune .... simple ways, and of fine feeling in matter 1'11ne.out.aldG'

daughter, Sophia who had Just too. *. ," Pulaskl" Broward 'Broward Station { from arrest by .county and ..tale01l1cr8 of business relations. They have the stun'of humanity in
passed ber nine and thirtieth sum* / But'did you really 'think- that Hon,, John C., ., ' .' them, a* you and I have, and sometimes, one is led to'l
mer. upon the new minister who father meant meT..ke4AfaUy'Sn..: ;'' and'Hon. Fred U. Robertson, Tallabaa-:-* ",, ?r"? ,,>; /. Infer, better stuff originally than. that of most men. only.J

luckily was still unwarrled.And credulously. see. ", .. their development been awry,, the finer things have been If not killed.
trubtfally speaking a blot bt "I really did," confessed the young As members of .commissioh to, consider Lake Jackscn which has attracted 1 yet restricted !In them within narrow limpet Moratly-speaking, they are the,
this little plan bad. reached Mr. Gates Do'little victim of what appears to be resplendent triumph. And what strikes me..
attention by going dry, has
man.How ascertain the
ears and tended to make him not a, Very strange you must bar and appropriatekind I repeat, asmost strange and deplorable In their life II, just the: irrational-
little uneasy. for Miss 'Sophia Me- thought it," observed Natty ofsXatue to be erected in. honorof become a bone of contention recently. i ness'of it. if a person about to build a house were to collect a mountain of

llnda Parson. had a face like a wooden "I thought It very' nice," said Mr. Edmund Kirby Smith and to' ascertain The bed.ot the lake, now high and dry, bricks and stone far in excess of what he requires for the erection of the '

doll and a figure resembling a gate Gates. the cost of same: -lon. F. P. ,ontaiua about 4,500 acres of "bottom house, should we not doubt his sanity If a general preparing to throw abridge

rt poet. They were married within three Fleming, Jacksonville; Hon. E. M.\ and'' that li supposed to be fertile. of pontoons I\cro.1t!! a stream were to choke up the river with a

Mr.; Gates was sitting,In, his study months, and Miss Sophia Mellnda Law,. Bar'tow, and General David Recently a'n offer to purchase tbe tract: thousand barges, or ten thousand barges of all sizes:; Irrespective of theirs

on being informed of

,, when Abigail, his colored. housekeeper the deacon's family tree-Boston nal improvement fund, who hold the i i i his behavior at once relieve him of his command, on the suspicion that his ,
,' came to the door 'Ple.. Post. brain had given way? When a thing -is to be done, it Is sane to bring together
and Under the
". '. the jury, find the defendant E. swamp and overflowed j
sir said,she "there''Mr. Warner'. i-: the It I I.
." means suitable to the doing of It, and it is not sane
Matty want to to .... '-f' T. Wetter' not guilty; so say we all* act by the .planters who own lands i|
speak '
you. The Worst Climate bring together an array of means far greater than necessary, yes, an array
.lr rAsk ber to come In." said !..If.'Gatea I This was the verdict of the jury, in In the lake neighborhood. Lake Jackson j' of means ,,which because their multiplication, are In the' way of doing

: '"I bave'seen her often In the A harsh, raw wind was blowing. the famous case of the State of Flor- i* in the center of the tobacco !i iI the thing in the best possible manner. Now there Is certain, thing to be>

t" Bible class" -and she Is a devout, sweet Now and then a flurry of Icy rain fell. 'ida va E, T. Wetter, charged"wl.h belt, and the lands are valuable a* 'h done on this earth by every one of us; life I I. tQ be lived, the ends for which

chL" The streets were ankle-deep In "aluib. assault and battery in the court of obaacp land. we exist are to be achieved and the, mean required for those ends are to

Natty Warner tame In accordingly, "Speaking of rank climates, said County Judge- lit Q. Mason at Gaines be obtained, and It Is rational to get alt the means that are necessary to that ,
roar, fresh faced; with brown a globe-trotter, as -be laid on a fresh mound
r eye, end, but Irrational to Insane might1 heap up a
I heap up as an person
vllle. Professor Wetter, the defendant, The new depot of the Louisville and
1 have the
laughing Ups log, experienced three
and Jet black
half form- I, of sand on tbj seashore, means that are not needed for the end, yes mat
a lag itself ,in natural curls1' and 'ten-'. worst. .... was principal of the Bronson high ashvllle at Klorala was destroyed by I I only stand in the way of It, This I..the ,blight that rests on the surplus '
drils around ber "Of these three unspeakable climates school at when be chastisedIvy Ire few
forehead. Bronson a days ago; together with a wealth the hundred millions and .the two hundred millions and the lIe
'A "Mr. Gates. said Ih4 timidly I give the palm to 'the 'Straits Stringer, a'pupil'' of abo'ut'15 years. large amount of freight and rail rec i hundred millions; they resemble mounds of sand :which an Irrational 'child"ofe '

G would you' likea, basket ot black. ot Magellan. There It rains, on an At the instigation of the lad's father ords. The loss will amount .to many an Insane person might heap up on the seashore tOne

t berries. average 350 dais in the year. The Professor Wetter was arrested upona housanda ot dollars. The building : of the great wealth-getter of our time seems himself to realize this, rand

Blackberries." said the good man wind blow a hurricane from January charge of assault and battery. Upon was a two-ctory one and about 150 has risen up to say that It is the duty oj all persons liKe himself to dl.-.< J
thinking how beautiful Natty looked, to December. The thermometernever I embarrass themselves of these mounds of gold at least before they die. t!
1 truly' rises much above the reeling motion of the attorneys for the defense feet in length by 40 feet wide. The ..
they are a goodly fruit and sttuatlobpfor *
essential of the
But this very saying lets In light on the Insanity
delicious to the taste." point. A year round of raw', bitter. who declared 'that they could fire equipment not being sufficient to :
of the mounds accumulate them
if it Is so to dispose gold why ; y
"I'm to glad you like them."'said day* ot rain and snow. not get justice In the courts of Levy fight the fire the entire building and In the first Instance T ,

4' Matty, 'because I'V'jleked nearly a "Next comes Slerra Leone-, on the county, the defendant was granted a its contents were destroyed. ,,,, .

'peck on Nelly's" ,Father'i* poor African west coast That low-lying, change of venue, throwing the responsibilities .................. ."te.... ,
and has
we have nothing to glv* you at marshy region an average tem I to the court of County. Judge Announcement baa been made in (i"i

the donation party, and he feels,that perature of eighty-one degree, and Mason of Alachua county. Pensaeoia that the of the And i
no baa enjoyed your sermon and the 'annual rainfall Is 18* Inches- l""
alusia of the Pensaeoia and ei e'' JIw
division +
eJ would like to give enormous. There are. too. the
you something..uoaga .
Captain J. F. .Jaudon has resigned Northeastern railroad, and the Atmore '.
It'be.ever so '.maL"t smokes. These are mists, smelling ;
"It lira; most welcome gift Muse like oyster mud, that rise continually the captaincy of the:; Miami Rifles,'one division of the Pensaeoia Alabama and

Natty said Mr. Gates,' and so Miss from the marshes. giving marsh fever of the finest military organizations in Western railroad baa progressed to Wisdom *

; Matty want away ,leaving the min to" nine out of 'ten ot the :whit men the state. He states a* his reason for such an extent that the road Is now Inviting I

.' liter In a sort of brown study that breathe them. A year round of resigning that be doe not feel as proposal for grading twenty

."Fatheraald Matty when became hot and sticky day, with ..Il.'m"ellI I though 'he had been dealt fairly with mile of each ..division.The .

i" to supper -l>e thought: lug clouds ot mist and whirring la, the matter of promotion. He was I By W. F. WCII. ;tI
; .aomethlng. That old that clouds ot.mosquitoes. u .
the ranking officer and one of the
contractor .the Peninsula
grandmother left tt* In ber,will with ..'Last come the high tablelands of oa I8DOM 1* a friendly thief often robbing
tbe of Central oldest In point .of service,. and he feels railroad have begun grading and an experience of
brenaelrame, the one, that; Mir.r Asia where the lack: of most formidable weapon, remorse
Gates admired so much. when_be. .wa moisture la the air,makh the day that It'there- wU a promotion to be t electric road from Bartow to Tampa 1* W I Wisdom Is acquired when wi are too old to profit by It'j; ,I
here. Saharan and the made that it warn due"him.. Captain
nights Arctic.
: Day I assuredThe company will bare and then we are only in the primary department.
S "I'm1 told '''that' the _scholars and like'a red-hot furnace nights like a ..Ia.doIl.hd. served tie state faithfully the road ID'operation within a few Wisdom and 'education are not related. Education
' ccqtlcfolk admire,.an< .January blluard-before this range ,;for many year months.. purchased like a commodity any university. Wisdom Wi Y'be
why' don't you at\'e'lt to Mr. Gate* of temperature no human constitution !!1 1 Is not for sale il',

_ C ..for1' the donation? :- raaclan: stand- 'up.Minneapolis The mad rush for pension < under tornado; of brief;duration'\ visited ,I There"are' bdcot, wisdom, Just.M, therexare sbadetf\
MAsk Jon
him It be would like:It;aaid \ and ,degrees of folly ,
t the new 'law continue wlth no sign the heights secUonbf'TampafCausingmach a man Is not aiwayswl, '
Matty, .ul.UTand then' ," ll des"not .
: take,. it: i&k5 follow necessarily that,,b, U a tool?, .11 lt'were' solhe'noajorlty'of
ground before any one seas It.j' ." take For ---. of abatement. About four thousand'application damage. In. pathway,it wets 250 u* would be-wtartng cap and b.Us.;. Indeed'It I U a ; whether .

;;j'\t. i "That is not ,a'bad Idea I',will. Be' 'determined.; persistent ;confident : blank, hay.eq sent oat feet , The/Alethodlat Tabernacle. b* l" and results ot' wtadom are all that U outlined question for It-wbethw tbee it,,

: 3FarMarthy, \m a pretty plcter' when and aggressive Standard cannot : within, tbe'vast"two weeks,. and a :second two large residences; 'and .a .number really 'JustlflM itself after Mi; For' example., tea wise 'a.n bu '.-"lIf. Inuranc -(

,'l Toa. come to,look close at it. Tbe be too high... Learn to .master. supply baa, been,ordtredto. .meet: of sraaller" houses wore < blown down.A at aa ear &.,age and lives to pay.hi. ''rp.mlami' Annually with) 'wea...-
palm trees are dreadful aMural.aa4 prtnelpl-.-_From Interview the demand. The pension departmentat'TaUahassee some regularity That U beeau.
:Wltb. tree' waa blown upon ,.the ,rootof the company Is a. degree. wiser tbaa.... '
"t I**)welltaostmakUom; ; : reel thSnt). Robert C. Ogdea.\: jlas been,_working; Women.. wUtr tha* men It you do not believe It '
pver- one,. house, and the, Inmate narrow]? Mk one or them.
? M. 11iH,.are' nd.;,this ,
a : very" .day.r : IDraDbt. are wiMn than
Ton either OIII.l-
; 1, .Ji time to' get :'pensioner on the ,; escaped injury Theweatber.bur..ureported They ar the p personification, Wlac +
,-be b.,will be plea ed."z There are no lava In What that
: Germany prevebtlag dew a pity they art not Httl,wU.riwlsoVnough
classified 'under .tbe law 'and get
'Vv'flot.p.rhapsyon bad better\ask the ... oC the ,maximum:wind'velocity'; .ot 'nmaJa M they
cheekrefe on an.d. rlth a small, ara to rul.
t aad t few ....
rt Tan
In to make the quarterly : ,and -
things snap* bathe them,
ktas. Brat.aaM Matty.:; bone' wltb,tb. exception pi the poUc t'limils. t ; Lifer : '
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Takes the! Stand In His. Own BehalfIn w ... .., Plnkerton Detective 'Posed tn Order toSecure <; "yi-) '
Cotton Leak: .C.*aTheodore' Ao aMe \MJna. '"oWfMra, .... 1.,! BalnsjChief
Unwf ? '
I tten Law-Saves '
Slayer __ Price; I le Mentioned.. of (Georgia Holdings Evidence Federation Against WesternLabor1 White Man .is.. Sent to Doom ), Feature of Defense In Hay- "'

,t of Daughter's Assailant. wood,, Case at ,hi.! ..
; .J At the beginning of We .neadaY' sitting -' Placed l 'in,, New Hand, -' ,, for Heinous) Crime.RAPED ;- .
,: of the criminal court' at Boise Monday,,. MorrU .. WashingtouT'Tn The effort. 'of the defense to openway'
thi Russian etenog- r -- "
jedman -
tie "cottoa young. '
leak" :; "
case against "
VERDICT'' SOON REACHED \ father left the the for: i showing of;..asplracy pperd
former Anaoclata. Statistician Holmes,, NO CHANGE 'IN POLICY v. who. employ 'ot STEPDAUGHTER ,
Judge Stafford announced his Pinkerton agency at Denver to write extending ,over :rrWon :
decision, r
overruling the motion made by ._ .- a 'book in which he published ,a. certain "' .., '; the part 'of" the .mine owner

,fury Could Not Resist: Tuchlng Appeals Holmes' counsel that the.court direct Varying Rumors Finally Culminate In ( correspondence of the agency Lynching J* JPulled. Off at Dalton Ga. 'gush out the. Western Federotloo'. ,
of Defendant'* Attorneys the Jury to bring that pe led through his 'hands, wa "
for In
a verdict of '
acquittal :- Miners developed 'of
: Honor of Women and on 'the round that there Is Fact" That Deal Was Carried. gain the principal figure at the Steunenberg. ., In Orderly Enraged Citizens one. the', \,
Their Vi
tere.Unc"teatll'ea of'the '' '
nolaw, covering the offense Through Staty." 'Is' .y*", .murder triaL More than half -Vletlnk, Made Full trial ,ofWl' ,ti

Finding, Was Unanimous.After A ''number of Washington' businessmen .Mystifying., ,I' of the 'court' day was. occupied In .;, Confession. Uam D.,-Haywood, at, ..,.ldaior>rt- ,

were called and questioned a* to reading t* the jury copies of tie' document , -..- day. .
being In the) jury room thirty the personal and business standing of Rumora'w lch' have been freely circulate which Friedman took from, the Dock. Posey.. A white man,. who had The state 1* resisting. very, earnestly '

"; minutes the Jury. at Houston: ; Va.;. Saturday Holmes Some of them said they had I for,' the past lev days have finally Pinkerton recordlJ./These were chiefly confessed' to* outraging his nlne-year- ,; So far" ,Judge Wood has rotethat

I evening, .returned, a veralet.o, . t, known ,him for twenty-five, or thirty dally reports ot secret agent ?operat* old stepdaughter, was' lynched at Dal evidence showing conspiracy Ia
: Vl" "not and"all declared culminated la the 'definite announce tag aar spies among the unions ''and i and o'clock'Mon.-' the "states/of Idaho end\ Colorado will
:; .guilty" In the case of former years, his reputation, ton. Qa.,, between 2 '
ment that the controlling Interact In union af Cripple be ,.admitted,on the promise that :tbs
".: ; 'Judge William O. Loving of Nelson ao farad they knew, to be good. men Creek, Victor; .day morning. )
the, Centra! of Glob defense will connect ,this later .wlta
Georgia vllle
Holmes was called and Interrogated railway has Colorado City, Trinidad and Shortly after 1 o'clock a quiet but
n( or"t'
,-I. county, and manager -Virginia a* to the facts ,relative to the.-transactions been sold; or'tr..uaferred, to.Oaklelgh, Denver show a complete! surveillance determined crowd of ,twenty-flve man their line of defense, But 'the defense

estate of Thomas P."' Ryan ",rho wa leading to'.his discharge from Thorne, president of the Trust Company of the Western Federation of Miner marched in an orderly manner t. the ha not given' up their efforts to widsm

.J 'on tr1aI'for' ... week :-before the circuit the position of associate statlatlclan of America, and Maraden J. Perry and United Mine Worker; of America county .jail' and'demanded. Poesy' the field and at' Friday'" *...I n.' oC

. court of Halifax, 'Judge' William R. and his subsequent arrest president of the-tfnlon"Tnur om>. .-during. the labor troubles in Colorado Covered: by gush la the bands :of court, the'' struggle was. resumed.\ ,

,' "I Darksdale presiding for' the ''murder He was first questioned concerninghis pany of, Providence, R. I. In' '1903-04. Pinkerton men sat In, the every member of the crowd Jailor. Grit- The conspiracy.> : and' not the discrediting

1'1"\ of Theodore Eaten; eon of Sheriff 1L relation with Cotton Broker T. According: to, New York dispatchesthe federation convention In Denver In ton was compelled to surrender1' ,the.: of Orchard has) now coma to the. z

'4 K. Bate of Nelson county' It. Price ot New York,' whom ha first 'Southern arranged the transfer., 1904 reporting air proceedings. Jeers.Enuring: the Jail. the crowd forefront W. D Easterly, who a*,
Judge Loving shot and killed young met at the agricultural department In It was formally announced Thursday None of the report that' were, produced went to.the cell occupied by Posey, sen a 'member of- the famous ,&Altman! TJav

It Este.! .,on a rll 22, .at Oak Ridge? following 1903. The first Interview Holmes aa d; by Adrian 1C,Joline, chairman, tie by Friedman; and read to'' the cured him placed him In a buggy Ion No. 19;of' Cripple Creek; "aa"'...

a buggy' ride .Kates! had taken Price had discussed the cotton crop, RichmondTerminal' reorganization Jury by Clarence: Darrow contained and drove to the Gordon street viaduct the strike committee, and who Orchard'. ,

1",:>-,.' with, the Judge'* daughter-Miss'; :. predicting a large yield, but nothing committee, that the Committee baa sold other 'than general reference*' to the and hung him to 'a crossbeam. swore was'one' of the) 'men with-'whom'
i g abeth Loving, who had told her father! else bad taken place Later. la March .to Thorne and "Perr, all the capital collateral issues of the trial but they There was absolutely confusion he made ''the arrangements ,for.'Owe

that her escort had' drugged- and assaulted or April,, _1905,. ,Price had written, a lock of the Central owned by said' were offered In substantiation ot the In the crowd. Marching In double file, than one crime t.1 atlll on the, .tandy! 1, ;''t: ,
'. 4 t't. her.: The verdict ot1' acquittal letter to'' Hyde asking him to recommend -' committee, and which,'was received by counter-claim''of: the defense that Jha they collected'' several policemen and By. him other: Jinks la the Chain'ot ,,r

I IL was 'read by Foreman B, S. McCraw. some one to take charge of his 'that' committee in'1894$ upon the consummation Pinkerton agency conspired for the destruction forced them to accompany, them.,'Nota alleged conspiracy of the mine owner

.... Judge Barlcsdalo thanked the Jurors (Price's) statistical. work., On the of the1 Richmond Terminal Of the Western Federation of single shot was fired and Poser! was and the work' of' the detectives e.*-.
j .iS for, the attendance upon t&e! court .at strength of this letter, Hyde, Holmes reorganization and after the reorganization Miners and the live 'of, its leader left bangingfor the citizen to ftJIdMonday' cloyed by them to' create feeling

.: great sacrifice. He declared that be and White Vnad entered Into a tentative of the Georgia! Central Rail- The prosecution offered no opposition morning, at 6:30: The badeWas against the Western Federation will

S believed. the verdict was In accordance agreement to resign their ,respective road and Banking company. to' any .feature ot''Friedman'.frs-.1 cut down. ,be put In evidence. '

I' with the, conscientious- % view of tb* offices and go to. New York and The net proceed of the sale are to tlnmony: and np,objection the introduction Before the hanging tbj prisoner lacldentaly Easterly flatly contra-' adlcted

. Jury. enter upon the publication of a crop be paid over to the Southern Railway ot"-any one 'of the document was asked. If he committed: ,, the) crime every 'statement''Orcb.ard'made'

'" The last day of the .trial was spent report on condition that they secure company, which, a* stated 'In the "that,the,'defenae'obt.lDed' through him, and why he did it.Ha. answered that connecting him with, the.Independence
c' f In argument, the forenoon session being Price' backing. testimony given by the late President and when Friedman was' handed over ha warn guilty, but that he did not-In depot' or the Vindicator. 'mll.e,1te tells'

/'r taken up by counsel for the defense The witness and Hyde had presented Spencer and now on file at Macon was I for cross-examination endeavored, to tend to harm the girl!; At this the of .philanthropic work of the Western

'd and the closing speech for tbe the matter to Price, and it was still entitled to the financial benefit of any ascertain 1f Friedman ,had any nfora crowd booted and with the words. Federation through' ; the Altman Unlom.Ju .

4, prosecution being 'mad In the afternoon I pending 'la JUlie when Hyde and sale of the stock though\ It did not a* I reports or letters! ,bearing,on' the gen "Die with a lie., in1,,your' mouth," the $ caring "for the sick and'-' widow"" ),
: by Commonwealth!) sume to control the railroad.As eral' issue. fIt and orphans.
s Attorney Holmes severed their connectionwithtbe > buggy wu driven' from under him/and' '
;'t , Uoaldln. Attorney Barksdale. Moore agricultural department. Letter part of their purchase Messrs. attacked 'Friedman on the 'ground he was left swaying to and fro to, Easterly wilt' be taken' under cross?
it I 1< and Lee, for the defense, spoke practically front Price were read to show that the Thorne and Perry have-declaled, their that be,, had played the Plnkertbna slowly choke to'death ' examination by' -Senator. D rah'< ,later.'' f'

." along the same lines. They broker had made ft strenuous effort to purpose to be to operate and to develop fare, bad' violated his pledge to' them On ,the way to, the ,viaduct,. Poesy and It U probable .that this will be aa
pleaded for acquittal the the system an Independentone and had stolen -the ''documents,which searching as the cross examination ot
on ground have the cotton report for December, as asked 'the crowd to pray for, him,;'and
that Judge Loving was Insane at the 1903 show a large yield, whereas Van. for the benefit of'Its stockholders he (produced; but the witness! 'wouldnot he.met, fate, without 'single outThecrime W. P., Dvt;' which the state countava
L Pome he killed Estes and the admit that he had stolen the a distinct' triumph and material'
having lost control Riper bad said that Price' concern public served thereby, and, papers cry' ,
d'. of himself upon hearing the story wa to have .it made small:! accordingly, they will for at least two'yearl and would not allow Httmtor Bo struck the enUre city assistance, to their' aide. !,
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of the ruin of hl'a daughter. The witness related the details of continue to hold. elity per rah to call him a "'Plnkerton.". ,Ha with, horror.. Never before had there 'Clarence Darrow.' who Is conductingth

1 The real basis of the argument of the sale of his Idaho mining Interest cent of the stock. insisted that it was not stealing, 'to been such an 'outrage In the county defense, sad la in charge of the

': the defense, however, was the "unwrit to Van RIPer( in 1904, saying that,' he The.control of the Central will even- take Information that had been obtained as that commltled'by.P .e7. Attar out witnesses, assert*, mo'it' positively that;

ten law," They epoke of the preservation lad been Introduced by Peckham to tually pass to the Rock Island-Frisco by fraud and deceit of secret ,raging the.young girl, he himself car., he proposes to'go, ,directly It :possible.

f. of the sanctity of Virginia Van Riper "as a remarkably rich Interests If predictions made In railroad : service men and declared that his purr) fled her to Dalton- and accused another Into the conspiracy, of the mine ownw

:I homes declaring that any man who man' who was dealing... In mining circle prove well foudded. pose in which he Informed the,people :;man of the outrage?: er. and clalma If he '.u oeed* In broadening '

' ,;;: Invaded the threshold and spoiled 41 claims. It Is said that Messrs. Thorne and of .the' methods of .the agency fully The wife of' Posey asserts that ,just the /scope' be will be able to''

-: ;, woman had forfeited his claim on so Holmes said that 'be had received Perry purchased'the, 4 with, an .an- I justified anything that be bad ,done. the, week before an.: attempt was madeto prove that' a' widespread consplraojr, ''

.; clety. On this pbinC. Mr. Moore-.ald: $73,000 far his interest In the Idaho .derstanding between themselves and He said that If he had'known that this outrage, her older daughter> by Po existed

? I "Youwould not raise the moral mine, but that at Van Riper's request the Rock Islaml Interests that..formal. : trial wa coming up he would have! say, but nothing was done at the time. Darrow says ha can. tyring the<" PI"--:

,r.:, standard or elevate the womanhood of the consideration bad been fixed In control should pas's"' the St. Louis' taken more )letter and reports Sea ,The young victim is in a fiery .c It"- kertoa agencyIn' aa one 'of the!'chief*

; '.' Virginia by conviction. Don't put the thedeed at 40000. -- and San Francisco after the ..4lplratlon ator. Borah pressed him to'' tell'Justwhat cal condition, but hopes are. held, out 'In the conspiracy and ..claim to'
badge of dishonor on him by sending "I neither signaled nor'' attemptedto of the two years, during\ which the, record there were In. thi Pinkerton for.her. ultimate .recovery1', witnesses '''who" will fully,' support'

4 ::, him to the'' enlteQta.r! ,. Don't let It signal to Ha we* nor to' anyone present holders of the road have' office at Denver bearing direct.. Posey bad been .living, In the county-' ua charger. if. the court, permit tide

' go out. to the ,world that a jury of'Virginia else at any time the condition' of the agreed to keep, It' aa "an Independentline. . ly on'tills case, and 'whlle the 'witness only one ,week, having moved from line of defense It ,threaten a. prolongation
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V ,,., ... ',,,$ gentlemen put the felon's stripe crop report."'\sald Holmes in*,reply to said he 'could noftell him of' any .par- Walker. county.. He lived In one of of the cane a'Jbe stat will

.> Mr., Lee appealed strongly' .to the to. the effect, that he bad agreedto nOr deny the report. People'could draw tars written by Detective McPartland. At ,11 o'clock' S&turdav mornlnc. Po-. rebuttal.

i -sympathies 'of the jury with .both do so and .arrange the window .what inference they would. ha "aid.. In which all manner of crimes: were soy urived''In' 'Dalton .with, hlsyoang LDIER j
words and tears. lie '.ald: 'shades In hi*' officea, to'Indicate the> It,waa pointed out that close relations laid at the door'of the Western Federation victim and went to thcrotl'lce' ;or; Dr. A MILLION' : J'Pe'

. ... "Sweep from Virginia the --chaste situation.He have; existed between Mr. Thome and of :Miners.. ',' ,' ' ;\ Wood. ':The'physician'! : :was:out of his ,' ., :, : ,,:Lr ::" j
w- 'l1ome. -or the citizen, and what rl'II @- also said that the crop report .B.,F, Yoakum, who is the guiding spirit Another interesting witness w....JaL office, t so the two Immediately-went, ,to Compos :. Mlk'"'.... 'atMeMM&Bays ,

. i .mains of the tate? The !purity and from the field ifpoa which the de in the" affairs ot the Rock' Ijland- L -Wallace .attorney', of..Cripple, the pmce of Dr., J. ,8. 'RollInir_ ,: on RMttrnoItII_. 8Ugi1NSr. $. -

i the dignity of our home 13 the sweetest Vartrnenf finals .1. ,predicated /were Frisco system Mr. Yoakum. la -a director Creek. who served with the militia, making'an examination,and seeing. the The' Revs' .Henry.: C. atUH**. :

thing in. lite In Virginia? It Is the not opened until the day of the promulgation In the Trust COQ1.pany'of Amer. first as a private and,then' as a lieutenant critical condition of hit oatlent auick- 'secretary "of the ''Aawriean*!" .

gift, of .Ood. When one Invade our of the official ica of which )11'.- Thorne Is president.and 'during the strike ,1903-04.) He ly summoned Drs. McAfee and-Krwln. Union, who arrived, M :San' Ffaactaee '

, homes,, he strike society and the body during It impossible to secure accurate In, other ways Mr. Thorne and related several Instances as tending !Officer were, notified and Posey pn'' 'the Korea-,- Friday,, hag,,been oW a '1

politic .the deadliest blow. You all Information prior( to that date. He Mr. Yoakuno1 have cooperated In business to'show the IIllsuee' of the powers of was taken to the Whltfield county'Jail, 'four month tour of'the Orient,,,Inspecdng ''I

: know how love for your wife and how added that there never had been a undertakings. the'militia,, by. the mice owners, ; gave where he was" locked' |In the:murderer's the mission stations.-He gava '

' the smile of a daughter can bring out time from September 1904 to January At the session of 'the directors of the criminal records -of some' of the cell. At first be denied hl, guilt. but' careful,study .to'the Japanese' gneWos, I ,

from your nature the best there I I. 1906, when he bad 'advance Information the Central of Georgia in Macon a &un', fighters Imported' hf.the] \ mine Sunday morning, just before* being and ara' Americana 'should be '''warn ..v

In It concerning the state and few days ago, Charles Steele .resigned owner; told of the working ,ot .the lynched he made a complete 'confession ed against underestimating; Japan'b. ,

r special report Court then adjourned as a member of. the board. .George M. card-system; recited the'circumstance: telling exactly how the ,deed was ,.strength. 4 +

; THREE SWING FROM QALL )WS.- for the dal.COSTLY Havel resigned last fall and another es connected wltb the looting of the accomplished. >", t.j "TIle 'have a standing army of ,, T'.
union store* and a office., million men,-"he said! and thelf drill l:
'vacancy: was create ,by the death of newspaper Aoon a* the young girl was able ,
.: Convicts Who Murdered Prison Guard BLAZE AT JAMESTOWN. Samuel Spencer. These three vacancieswere to talk she Bald that 'ber' stepfather work 1* not the performance ot perfunctory ,

, Drop Together from Same Platform. filled' by the election of M. J. JAPS_ ,READY TO SNEAK IN. had abused her.. .. ,evolutions. -They'goat,:Itin.
Hotel and Amusement Places Adjoin Perry, W. F. ,Sheehan and Oaklelgh w the greatestest earnestnessNp: nation': ',
; 1 i Barry Vaughan ,and Edward ,Ray Four Thousand In can. afford to hold the .Japanese affVclencx
ing Exposition Gutted by Flame" Thorne. Mexico Awaiting COTTfN: IN LOW, CONDITION,' '
I', mood- convicts sentenced tp'the penitentiary Fire early'Wedneeday at PIne Dt.jLOO Following this meeting President Chance to' Slip Over Line. V ** ,(II"'yalor Jn',contempt. "**_'"?'; '

, from St. Louis, and George- -a resort filled with hotels of vary Hanson laid that the tale of the road Immigration officials,. at San Anto- Meet. Discouraging for Month of July i "There is :an increasing,, eeulag": J>>.,

; Ryan .convict, : sentenced from Kant ing sites restaurants, store and would not mean any change in Its officers nlo-;have, received klnformatf3n that So- Far on Record; Death the surface of uneaatnes and'' '

t City, were hanged In the county places of amusement Just outside the and that he' would remain as then are tour thousand' Japanese in The'' July report on cotton of The sensitiveness In'' regard ,'to, our Immlv.gratlon ,

I Jail at Jefferson City, Mo., for the Jamestown. exposition ground destroyed president He said that the same policies Mexico awaiting a 'chance to slip Into New York Journal of Commerce, '''just policy and, .the :.treatment 'ot'

, killing of Prison Guard John 'Clay'' frame structures; covering a would prevail and all pains wouldbe the United States. The news come '.Issued, 'makes the condition '74.Z,, per her subject It Is not so manifest aa,

I' during a concerted attempt to escape large area in the territory.. Immedtaiey taken to keep the property abreast. from the i construction camps,,on the cent. This coniyaree '''with' 82.7 'at the reports would endeavor to convey; the :* _

"t from the penitentiary! the afternoon 1 on the-outside of,the western fence of the times. Manzanlllo: extension of _the Central I same time last. year,' 81.2' In 1905 and thoughtful; I substantial men', I are dl*>' 1 ?

.' ;: of November 24, 1904. nf the el1>>O.111onroulldi.. The 'operations of the' road teill be railroad. Already tight hundred Japanese 83.2 In 1904. This Is' the lowest 'condition posed ,to be patient and ,to ,Trust :to "4 1
r The three were hanged at the same The loss 1 I. placed at between $200- investigated by the sew officers! who 'laborers have left the w'ork' in.June on record,the, nearest .the good lntentlon-of war, country and; ' :

"jt' moment. No statement war made 000 and )2SO.nOO with about 20 percent are expected to come south in the very with the' intention of entering the 'approach'.''It being' In '1900, ,when .:our official ,for an amicable 'adjust- .J-. .
from the scaffold.s Insurance. United States ment of tie difficulties with regard to 'k.
: << near,, future , the,,government estimate. way. '75.8., .e
their rl& ta. >. :AtNEWe1MMIORATION


(ed, Hundred Immigrants Arrive In New-. .Fight to B. Mad on Only Colored Sentiment'. of All Delegates to The Legislature Memorialized by' Atlanta .Guatemalan -Pres'ldsnt. I Rounding''.Up", ...... ,.,'llo'

York, for Alabama.It Member of Georgia Legislature.' Hague 'Conf. .nc.. Council! Anent Prohibition Bill. His, Host 'of Entmles. Important Statute' Passed by .Last

:!: .ff .1 Ia reported in Montgomery that The seat of the only negro In the Air the delegatea'to the peace'con.-. A red-hot)rohlbltfon discussion-was' ;Word reached Mexico City that Congre'Is Now Effective. .,

ill State Immigration Agent DeHoli, who Georgia. legislature will be hotly con- ference at The Hague agree that the provoked in the Atlanta city council President Cabrera of',Guatemala- has The new 'Immigration* -placing, :':

4 has been In foreign countries In searchof tested, and a strong" effort will be first Important sitting will deal with Monday on the introduction of resolutions caused the1 arrest of, 'ISO"citizens' of numerous'restrictions'upon-the IncOlDr'j6a r .
made to give Mclntosh county ,the first : .Ing.( :ot unde>lrable; foreigners: wentinto }
protesting against the
arbitration 'Which passage
Immigrant, ha arrived In New many of the powers that republic on the charge of Alleged' ,
York with one hundred Germans who white representative. ahe- ha* had in chiefly the Unled; States, desireto of a state prohibition bill and memoriallnzlng complicity; In1\ the/:r.eent :attempt i to 'change effect Monday.A brought The;;most important .'

will be taken to. the Birmingham district several years.. strengthen to such a point a* to the 'legislature. to. defeat the assassinate ',him! All. .were thrown about by' thejae' t"
W H. Roger ls*the negro member i aQ.InsUtuUon'' meMure., a<5t. I I. the Increase ,of;'th e"head tax
Governor Comei''aald that he make It become that .' Into .prison and later huddled Into "'
E. Atwood from 92 to. '4. with the provision that +
it had no tact a* yet about the trip and Captain George will 1 gradually lead to the abolition A. motion .to table was defeated by squads of 20'and tried la croups.1.'Many all over', ''i
I but will to gin some out when leading citizen" i* the contestantIt : of war among 'nations as confidence the vote of 6 to 12, a later motion have;'been' sentenced' to death., Amongthe $2,006,000 of to the revenue-1
Is claimed ,that the recent election In the justice -of ordinary to,, ,refer to a .committee" being lost derived will revert the1 'UnltecJStat.1 ,
he; receives further report from the courts gradually prisoner, are some .of,,.the most : tre&IUr lnatea4 '
agent :in Mcintosh county.;.which resulted led to the .abolition of dueling. by the"vote 'of 6 ayes ''and 13 noes; wealthy and prominent',men' In:, the re ,: .of ,being do1'm''> '
la the reelection of the negro, 'w' arregular. among citizen. *. the vota'upon -Its' final adoption being public. voted to the uses of, the .Immigration. , ,,

ar. .NEQROE8,. ROAST ROOSEVELT .. 13 'ayes and < :noes., ." "v ,bureau.r .I. ifi;

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'[At :Tenth, ,Annual(! M >et'n'of'h.' Afro- :a v ,* .:.."..:..'.... Host, of' ..Chinese Caught 'In 'Burning' . '-..:... + -" .--- 't .
: Finance 'at End of Fiscal
} American'' Council. Paid for Fire', B.le'of New .Cotton' en ,t. Theatre'"and Ronted'to. Death; Those 'of Fourth Class' in Georgia Are \ Year 87/- Usual Crime" f Negro, Result In Usual;... >\,
: > ldent'Roolervelt and member of v 000,000 on Rlght ,.>lide. <4 f . i. ..
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... 'Naw' York Exchange.. '.A..horrible.holocaust; Is'reported la Granted, Leave'o/ oAbsence., So tar-as working'purposes are concerned '
'his''omolal'fainllir wen' bandied .with' mall..,advice*'from Hong Kong "whereflue' )Following an assault :u white girt"near.
The first .balo'.pt-.newicottott' : ;; A W ahinct n' dispatch rays:; All the- ''fiscal year -of- the govern on .: : f
,{ out glove by. speaker at the '\tenth&I1n'ual"m.eUoc' bundred .Chinese'of'th audienceofa'Chlneee'ttteatersadten. fourth tnent-.Vloaed.wltbra surplus' : Ruby ,:Va. a' railway: i
rive .at New' York wa, sold at auetlon class :postmaster in.. Georgia / o( substanrtially 1, small ; ,
of. the A.fro-Amorican, la of, the.'couonexchange.: ': 'of 'the have-'been granted leaves of'absence .S7,000.00r( ?; 'one 9t the largest tioaa'negrd; wh had been arrested'
* r *wi ell, which ''began a three' .days'conveuUun froM. sctorawere; burned to ath"when the not ,, 'net In. and identified. the fgfrf i h .
jatbam Alexander were'thesuccessful daya, to attend, the balances'ever.thown.. .the .fiscal by;, ra -
Ini DalUmbr Wednesday. ; 'V:Co. natlvi theater was destroyed, by'' firsTThat .tate, league 'of' fourth' ""classipoitm: year 1902; ..there'was a'aurplus'ot.tldl. aallantwas'taheu frOm a depety'sherLit
Senator Poraker"waa ,,farorlt and; Udders.. The purchase. flames.spread. ,rapidly: 'I I .and the ten," to be.'beld at 'A4fantaGa on .?, t.37a. but that eras the.largest. .since bye 'mob w 11O'beltl&' eatSiedtoeliandrldfor .
.;every mention >Of'hI.. name wa* ;r.. 'pouadv l building ,collapsed.. 'l: ' "- # ': '
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fl.j.rts sottae wW.pot.. bu r............ udr freshest and purest of drugsat .. LV. Jacksonville 8 30 a m 7 35 a m Lv. Jacksonville 2 30 p m g 30 a m
all time,*.. I II I Ar. Norfolk. .. .. 7 30 a tn 8 25 p m Ar.lllssimmee's! 15 p in 4 14 p m

4; I mt.r.el..a..ll a.tent. at the PwMBoe a.Wr.t In KiM-nunee" fie,M Your prescriptions are filled STANFORD. Quickest Line! Double, Daily Service.

,' .rr_ by a Graduate in Pharmacy, H. ,C.' ,

Friday, July 5, 1907. besides five' years'actual experience. .- Only Lin. Operating Pullman.Tourist Sleeping' Cars and Pullman

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Standard Buffet'Sleeping Cars. .,
X'' Some of thetste. papers'' )Just Doesn't this mean. something Trains No. 82 and No. 85 c..rr11 Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars between

flow discussing the overworked phrase. Port Tampa and Norfolk and Trains No. tO! and No. 89 carry. '' Pullman

of Lbe 'peanut politician-"tbe coin We carry sufficient help to Tourist Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville. and Norfolk. ?

rM mon people." Perhaps at ,one time deliver your packages withina -
,there was something In the name' tot few moments after the pur-

oonjurO wl"h.toG04 must have loved "'chase. This is not idle for illustrated folder containingmaps, descriptive molter, list of

the common people because he made boasting.but we want your f PHARMACY. hotel, etc. '

&o maDl of them" declared Abr..hamco1A. business and we bow 'wean I . ____.. .._ ._ .' . .' _-_ .- -- .. .: .. :.J<. J. \V..reservations CARR T. P. A.or Tampa Information, Fla.( -J.address O. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Tampa Fla. e

t Nowadays, however, the. please. W. J. CRAIG, P:T. M,: T. C WHITE. G. P. A., Wilmington: N, C. .

terml1..a degenerated into the catchphrase .-.. --- -- -- i THE Don't forget us when-in" S' .
of'' he demagogues tn our -- .. ,
hUrLS'Dobe of us like to be.I..eel """' """' ''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''

+ .heart of as. common people, no matterrl Kisslmmee Drug Co.Kissimmee : 1 LEADING] . need.of Anything. : i <>

4 rl If don't I .. J J C, A, CARSON, Prenldest. N. C. BRYAN,Secretary. <> f.r
be. you '
bow common we may >
in the <
}'le : 'DRUG Drug' '
believe this, just intimate ;your next T 3 E
?t modPaint '
door neighbors that they ace; common ,j. 0
If there-Un't' a hot __ ; STORE Line r
people, and see h. "
And we will i Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
1 time in the old town. yet' -. _._--- I
howl approval when some blooming r I

blatherskite of a potbellied politician \ fl\ Bottle ot "Herblne" FREE to Ever Gustomer.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV z; : i ,IS ,

applies the epithet. to us, and tells GR 'C'E.i S
us how he is fighting tbe battles of the VVVVVMACHINERY F : iii I "

I, F .common people, when in simple truth

,be Is merely mounting on our foolish P tytm t

shoulders to tile goal of his own selfish !.%' COVNTY'AOEJlCT8 FOR + }

ambitions. "What fools these .! i

mortals be."-Lakeland_ News. 4l 11 A Y I CRATES |
I Celebrated Fertilizers
k 1'orlableand Stationery Engines 1 I
_Every newspaper wants to public lr l lw' and Hollers; Sawmills; \\oodwork- GRAIN 1 E T C. 5 5ClrcnUni 1
the the and Supplies Complete
the news. Tbe better paper ing Machinery i
it will be. Local line carried in stock. Liberal --= and Price
'more prosperous terms. Write for catuloirue. :T P.r.I..4 o. Applicatl.a. 7
hard to run
,news Items are especially Slate agents for the Olds jail and
down., Bow many times have you, L r Onsolme Engine ,
r den readerbeen approached by the cu,.,.n.dw. Address all communications to
newspaper man for an Item of news '
and told him that you knew nothing MALSBY MACHINERY I

:a if interest. Probably at the same .JAOKSONVIL.LE, FLA. Produce =
'" Country a. Sape>
k ti time 1i m 7 tits sans j on a visitor and PaperImprove LOBS: DIMaac Pho. alb 22 Occa Street.. -- r

_ some one out.of town was yUitlng rkbMlKtfti

at ,your home. Of course you didn't and protect' your house.I ..
mean to deceive the scribe, ;yet when will be pleased to bring my 1907 .aF'P.vrV'4"ArikNt'IFg'-'u''9"'P"u"tF'V"SFrP'9r'9'".. ,er'Yr* '_. ._ _... ..._ ._.__._ __ _._ _. _n
you received your paper you wonder make sample any books suggestions to your in house the latest and NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. tG

why ,your family or triends were not. decorations. that ;you may desire. .
-mentioned. A good way to avoid all Drop me a card and I will cheerfully John B Stetson
this Is, to kindly inform us of the furnish estimates on' paper i 'W. ,
and : : : : :
'' office palotintr- ; Grlffini'
facts 'or drop note In {,

,' 'so the paper.] The one Item may nol FUUR.COLLEOE9, AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. .1

t amount to much, but several columns qEo E A. BAIJ El'ORLANDO. \ t DaLAND FLORIDA .
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of Bach news,la the life. : of a local Fancy Family
l r Affiliated With University of Chicago.
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U onfolotlothU Fresh Meats. Call.c. of Liberal Art*.-Tbe -'& dsrd..n 'b.... of the OalTeriltr 0"'Chlc.r... aleo1100' >
4 A unique marriage project .gr duata. """"./.. their deciM f rom both 8UUoa and Chloaco. He* the (:hlo-.o;sad ,, .
city and tomorrow it iszpeoted iteuuo e&&at.... e. .
t that -WE ARE AGENTS FOR- Deliuery Every Day a. any Hour. Patronage Solicited. 411A Clln at Lew.-Graduate*o|this cou... are admitted to practice law In Flarlda wilt,-
that papers will be signed ; Mtt exainrDalloii.Clleceol *
1 :Will six of our prominent L A"" ,, --- -.- "" _..-, .A Tecfcuolojry sad Be heel of Mechanic'Arte.-Mt b.Bloal. ClTll Kleotrinat "
.place : young I International Harvester'' Co. Endaaerliif Manual raining vvunei leadiug to d.*.... fine new bulldlnc, easily I ,)
will be I ,.
< men In a position wbere they MiulpnenuColl.ceet
... _-,-Benkln* In all Ita 'brancbri. Bookkeeploc by bert nctboda. 1
[obliged to hustle for a life partner, Gasoline Shorthand and T!ucwrttinf. Elective couraei open In other Departmeata.. Lars Faculty aad .vOUIalDodlou. :
whom must take to the marriage Engines. .?,, ... ; ,.. ;.:;. ,," .batklln-r. :
they .!. t'g.! s'w ; '
,' .1' 't; ; I< ;; Preparatory "e:"._ .-Oraduatea prepared to enter Barrard Yale Princeton Cornell :'
altar within the year The plan of -.. .. "( \, ., tic'slg.ehlo.go.nd all Bm-claM 0011.._ - ,
; Wa ',,' ., "' ( \ ," lr"IR. .....l ..... I. KlndarairMn In In own bulldhg. .. .
is this The..1s The Best on the,,, Market. I\ :i'P\';" I' < .. , ;;1t''I Monael sad 5c. "rlJIUIP7.
this organization : L", ARRISM.IID., ,' " -:.. / ,: >.', : ; 8.\NC\ IWAN.I' Dramuiar Hcbuol in separcla bulldlog. ihas..cboolt cepeoltllr prepare Public firhootAachate. Al
Y" I' ,
bind themselves by con- wilt make you close prices one Eiv> .., .,", ;( , .. )
young men 'I" : Mask 8c"-A (10,000 pipe organ, a dasen pianos, aeparat building, large faculty,
'tract as follows. : Each will dapostt to pines and Pumps in running orderon KARRIS' SANITORIUM. lboroulh D..ol.tud7. j
Art Ik"ool.-New ."'dl<>, costly caiU nodela. etc.buiwun .
'an account in.the bank $25, thus making farm. ba. a faculty of ...profeawn Inatruotun. They hold decreea from the*Unl...rittyof .
a fond that will remain in the bank your ORLANDO, FLA Cblc.(.., H.rvsrdYaleDartmmub, Columbia. To,..."."" .".1<'0'-" Untlivllle, Bow
luln. Ulrecit. Bucknell Uulferalty of Mloblf.n, Ucnoiaon and other (JDI..IU.... There are
r for one year,drawing 6 per cent inter I e ver DO.UKI.OO in bulldlBKi and equipment; ne,rlr"quarter of a million dollar endowmitni:
W. Van Dnzor & Co. in endowed library of orrrlS.UUO vols...| a beautiful chapel with coatly furnlablnKi. inclnduRalalned -
t est. At the expiration of this time s.L. : A Private Institution built and 'equipped with all modern al..s wlndowi,T oil p>lnUu(>>* I10.0UU pipe organ; a dymnaalani with completeipuarmtui
4 limit this fund -and accrued interest. for Surgical work and the care and treatment of .I -, an enclmed Atblrtlo I"leldl running track. tennla court., iM.eball diamond sad
conveniences 'rI41..u.Idee. wliamlii. toll DI( sad other iporui leptrate bulldlogi ormen end
will be divided among those of the'sixWho1 fcick.Terms. ruintni ten I.... laboratorlea OhemUtry.. FbriJoa. Macterlolagr, .Mltaerology.... Blolonyi .'
k the .....iml lance mu.tumi and shop; electric llgbta,electric bella,.Ie..... beat cement w....., abell
'' have been married previous,t6 Reasonable. Write for Particulars. o.di broad avenuoi ipaelout eampua, iihrubbery and trot) social literary, muileal and other
.ttudenU' oluboa'f&r lecture. coanun; fhrtstian and not sectarian teachlug Th. location te
f'i that.dale. In the event' that none of CITY. BARBER SHOP .. b..III..I.DoJ beallhrnl,and tbe are low. .

\the six are married, then the mQ.De7 is .. For catalog, view, tolden and Information addreu the Prexldent.
to be expended for'a grand banquet.
-We t Palm Beach Sun Now Open for Businessin LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D. Litt. D.. LL, D.

Patrick's Old Stand. DHLAND FLA.
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of Congressman Clark to
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jret up data about. the various counties NEW CHAIR Osceola County .J --- -. -
in Die district, showing the inducements W. L. W1NN,

to Immigration and what NEW RAZORS
Abstract .
Company PnraCIAr ACD flows. sox
good farmers 'already located here NEW EVERYTHING DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

have been able. to do in the way of _. a_.._..P.... -. M.--r
-- .........r_.:_. Lauw
; production, and then incorporate BULLOCK.IMXHAOER.U s
.Satisfaction Guaranteed. S. H.
facts into a speech at the-next session '
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of Congress and have 1 thousands of riU" WILLOW DALE
OR NO r-AV. .
Northwest estate
eppie circulated: through is an excellent Idea. It will carry Titles ooa-reaidenta

reliable information from source. Taxes Instruments paid for relating: to real estate. \ Office over Oaceola pharmacy. I

that. will command Confidence tomany sac REVIVO carefully drawn OFFICE HOURS: | .. m. to 12 m.
:.30 1.0 5.30)p. m. '
people who might thus be in- RESTORES VITALITY
Corr stcicic I ( ( ; i f Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, lyr.T ,
duped to come to Florida, and as. the /1
*,Stun is doing, nothing. to promot.eUUH "Hade a Janl 0.lyrWfZanonzor&Z8: 'I WHISKEY
the of immigration Clark'splan M. IUVE S..M. U. I
Well II aa PbyBlcUaiidOffice S"raeo.: ,
is a timely one and it is quite

t llkelky to win<< Rood results. 'There a"I of He." in Van Duzor Building.rHONBS EXPRESS F4QTSAP. i
f Is in Suwannee county for 'r >
:room many -.nicAc.148; __14..e., 83K1UIMMKE ,
Yy more 'farmers and Northern man R O any
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a-Wel a 0 -
It setsIIa.rtuuyaadeutckly.Cure.wb.aeta.rat.ll
who 1s a good farmer .could come .--,. >
0 to no better part'of the State 'to. find Yeas was sat iraiB- their...' ......1aDocL.... '
aid mea mar recover their Send $2.85 and wr.ll ship In .
1' BROKERS us we you a plain
location.Live! Oak Democrat; : ulok&. qoletlyrelnoroa .
a tulacUKWkVA. It and '
with narks to show
no contents,
case four-fnll..
MerrovaMee. L-oek '".11'7. Banal
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-' ""the"1: Orlando Reporter-Star baa Weakaeec avek aa L- of WILLOW DALE RYE. express: prepaid.
: Waatlnc[Maws ...'Pe.I'aWDf.-.p. a..a. RAN NOSK AND.THMOAT.IrVivate warts and if you don't find it all right and the ,'
t.urne41oo.. its batteries \the exeeee and Indteoratlon.which BnSu foe REAL ESTATEAND ,
;, upon txarlneMorinvnaM. ooe National best yon ever lasted, send it beck to us at our expense ,
tody. ,
It not So'p-ltat American
only !
electric light and* water'company: of 1 kr*&uU.. .a tbs Beat 01 dl.a..s.bu'Ia..reaeMrYa : INSURANCE Bank! DId If, Tampa, Fla. and your $2.85 will be promptly refunded.. ,
... .
I b1..4 Isn't
that city because poor serviceand mm "u.1tr1Dda* that a fair offer ,
Mat the p.ak lw a*MI.ekekn sad
shot..into' _&. roMarine =:;;0 I Remember we are distillers, so when you boy
cars *
I. pouring hot the"enemy's I It wards 011 a.po.0'
sr ..-..... keying MlB'W'ayo, A. VANS AGNEW : tram ns you save the enormous profits of the dealers ;
cap_ every day Up to thevpresent; -Mtor. 1 twLNSaelai In veet >CIC"'&. By P. and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are "
tau.!.co.,.-e......or all for(s.00. V.
t. the has camly ignored the of getting our whieltejalt it
core from
company tree ndTtoe _... as come '
1,11 the criticisms'/.of the paper but Jre cwanwtee.: mA Orenlara to h.all..whe AddneaSOTAI. wlah It. etrsr Ai I I Ar' ORKftY ,AT LAW.I...... I 1- oar distillery without being tampered with la any '

( its. dollars to doughnuts-,- if Bro. .HUMCWI Ca... agree .....a.-...M iM..TILLER:. I AND NOTA.RV PUBLIC, | way. ,
1y'' for sale In Kieslmmee, Fla.. by theKlMiatmea .. If you prefer corn whicker we will sendy"testy \
Holly keeps up his pretent crusade '' KISS1MMEE; FL'A fullquarbofourALLANtINCLAIR'CoRN !
Drag. Co., druggists.' _
opinioa will be so tboro Estate Agency .WHISKEY le*S2.SO. e
ft; that public . I ,express prepaid. You can't
t' :'Uglily" aroused ere long that; the iReal .buy a better corn whiskey,from,anybody else. at

."A ''.'v 'company will, at least, be' forced to All TfeeKnows' WorM _. 'fRElat FaIlEIUIIQIM any. price.' '
: bought and cold.Houses U'"11m Iml" Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or sooner;
/ sit. lIP ao4 take notice.V << . that Ballard's >snow Llai- IIWWI a PI L L 8. refntaded goes with every shipment We make. Yoi
I /' Uneot has superior for Rheumatism, I rented. us
risk when deal
run no with
: ,.. you; ns as owners
;-The South Florida Sentinel, of 'Or* Stiff f olnte..Cut, Sprains. Lumbago Taxed and Titles verified A--..n, L asses a+ of our oompany haw resources: of a mOUon..doUaniand .
aDd all p&1na.sa7 it, try U and you taw ..=:. ,
i fordo -resid.nts. .wiUdoeju-cUy as _.. .
'. again made its ...._ _c..1 OlllaVI f r I IHACGN.SA
lando. bas appearance will always UM U. Amy body who w.M/ --
In.. __ __ .._... ;.
Fire. Life and Accident THE SWIfT '
Vi" LJa Journallstlo; field and ;gfves has need Ballard.* Snow liniment Is CREEK DISTELLINC co.
'*, ;; of having<.awakened a Urine proof of>> wha; it 'cI_.. :All surance.Indemnity. ............'_ .- MACON. GA. 1 5 S
irery pgoe.l.e' we ask of yon Is to get a trial bottle.Prioe26 / Bonds: 0-RL.Mwd I X-eflWy He.Mw-MrfHi c.-.. .

algor tr0 .,;W I. ,Boni. PJeP.D. tau mealtb,;:and Roberson'
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.,' .. me Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette The Shaker Colony out near Runny The new County Cour..'w111 bold its The Glorious Fourth tits observedin The many friends of Johnnie Over- Pat Johnston left this week for a .;

_. med .hu purchased' -ailaunch7: :selnes first regular/ session next week. JClssImmee by general fluspenslon street 'will regret 1.0' learn 01''Vis few.;"'days visit to>> ChuluoUuP. ; +
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and other paraphernalia'; and embarked of all buslneis for .a greater terlcus illness with fever : ; t
TELEPHONE NO. 11. Old newspapers for sale In this '. A, Vans Agnew, Esq,, went down ; ;
.f- injthe tithing business. ot4ceforDcents per hundred.. ,, portion of the day. Mr. w: B. Harris and 'children to Bartow on business Wednesday* r

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 'Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Mrs. W. B. Johnston' went down to 1 1Da Mr. G. B.'Woodall was called home I and Miss Clyde Seymour' .aVe'spending. Mrs. Jr I. Anderson and children;' '
In Orlando
Tll er. lOw Tuesday to-:-visit relatives:-- from Miami last week by. the serious today of Sanford;came/down aud spent the
-BY- George E. Parker from 4th with Mrs. 'Jennie Collver and
M, Tiller, the hustling I heal/ Estate illness of hts daughter;, ,Mba Mary, came up .
W. B. MAFHFIIB.OFFICIAL Ladies' Home Journal patterns, do Lakeland'to spend the Fourth withhis other friends--
.-. .._.'.. .. .. --- -- man-ha.'sold to Dr.' T. M. Rivers, not waste material. At DANN'S. whom we are glad to report, is now .
--- --'' -- - -' father Judge G': F.;, Parker.' tan-
the wooden buildings between the much better Mr. Woodall has purchased . Cdr. E. G. Vans Agnew, who :Is -'
Mrs Garrett, of Fort Gardner is '
WEATHER REPORT. poitodlce and Mrs. Tress's store. a place in Miami and expects Miss Bertha Hensley; of Lake City,. fug a' course la stenogripbyat,: the y
.... ....., visiting. relatives and friends in town.
A..!** .pe..tu..lor,week D. Thurs : Tampa Business College, earn*,,'up
Fla Mrs.
d. '. July 4. IMT. to move his family there before long.,. Is visiting/ her 'cousin
good Jersey
forroot sale. the Fourth her*with his Tarother. 1
Six room cottage or J. K.' Hlllard at Hlllards Island., .
L. E. 13 .
cow. RUE
A u.
A Apply to A. E. Bearden. 22-..,. The rangers seem to have struck awarm
Max Mini Rain' Mrs.,C. J.'. Woodall and daughterEva Miss Emma Morgan, of Kisslmmee( 1 ;
fait Mr. F.. W. Ulll the well known Narcoossee at Bartow, having
Mr. and Mrs. W. ri. Smith have left last Saturday for Georgia arrived in Fort Pierce Monday event
- merchant and lost out in both game-.played there
orange grower to White Springs for a few weeks for' visit with her sister Mre.'
Friday. .... ... .. ...... Ml ft* LIDSaturday was la town Monday on his way to gone yesterday and Wednesday.- Wednesday spend about six weeks visiting friend log, .'11 ,r'Em.
... 01 I outing. L Alderman. Miss Morgan mihy I
.so relatives
and in different of th.
.' : :: ::: :: i.oo Jacksonville to. spend a few days.Remember the score was 10 to. 6 J; land points '
friend here t.o.seeher' 1
OJM ..91W.d. About seventy-five goats for sale. state.l. were.pleased .
Monday. 3 to 1. The have .
yesterday boys a .
: : :: : ::: :: : :: Dorothy Dodd shoes for FRANK VANS.AGNFW. a&alll.-Ft. Pierce New
.I7 .
.. day .. ......,.. AHMl 69Taur.d.r. ladles DANN'S. chance to redeeiirthemselves, however, Rev. and Mrs., RU-J.. Bruce: will
...... ... . 'i.oo Mr. Leonard Williams came up at Arcadia where they play today bold the usual service at the Alliance Quite number of 'our citizens were'outot'togo.

Mil Llllle Dale returned hope from Loughman and spent the day latorn and tomorrow. Hall, next Tuesday evening, at 7:30 yesterday. "spending 'tbV

-. Wednesday evening from Mississippi!, Monday. o'clock All are Welcome. Fourth at otber place; some of them i
where she bad been spending the Mr. Wright Hill, _> prominent Miss Blanch.. Lancaster entertained .
For Rent.-Six room house In good having gone to Bartow, witness the,
past two month on a pleasure trip. location. Apply at this ol C8. Farmer and orange grower of the a party of friend at the home j of her baseball came; aom to Plnecastleto to I >

THE LOCAL HELD. Stetson shoes at DANN'S. Mrs. J. R. Gilbert Jr. and children 1 Homestead stopped'over country here',from south< Friday of Miami till, parents, Mr.'sud Mr.;). A.Lanoaster: I attend p1cDto,'.D4 other to'SanfJMto .

< last Friday evening .with a "TackyPajty. attend the celebration in that city;
left for Ga. .
|Tuesday Forsyth to
Mr.'W. D. Maktoson accompanied Monday with his fatber-tfrtew, J. M. ."
<> his Hula son, Nelson as far as Jacksonville spend the summer with relatives. I Gardner, on his return home from Mr*. H. C. .Stanford and'cblidre&' '

j :' last week on his way' toMaryland A'beautiful line of White', ShirtWaists the Jamestown: Exposition.!: Ills came. Mrs. D.from P. Uraham Live Oak of 'Kta.where mrnee she and Mrs. C.,A. Carson; aod. .daugb;' .
over '
Mr. D. J.' Sumner was in town to visit his grrndmothert at U. C. Stanford Co. daughters Misses Pauline and
again this week.GuidMOhart ., >i ? 8.:. who had been here several days visiting SOD for some time'Wednesday to left .this morning ',for Wayneivlllev. '
Queen Quality Shoes, all styles. atH. Mrs. A. Gilbert and children ,
C. Stanford Co. their grandparent returned home need a few days with ,,Mrs.- J. E. N. C., 'to spend the.umjn r,. :.TbIf'wUl'
4 with each Ladles'Home left Tuesday for St. Augustine to .
Found.-Taylor County Herald
with him.'Notice.I. : go by, boat from 8at f.JJacksonvlll M '
Journal oauern At few weeks t.b."la"lve.
spend a
Mr. Conrad Bryan left Wednesday I
u i Lady Essex Shoe for' women and and from Jaelcso*vltl4;bo
Col., Wv E. Cadman i,was transacting for Marsbvllle\ Ga.:, to join Mrs. New Idea Patterns, 10 cents, at IX. have la mypasture. a Walkabout shoe for men. Blah Cbarlertbnr ,- .

business .here;;,Monday v.\ ,. Bryan and the children /'who have C.. Stanford Co.. Sryear old) strayioolt-.brown phllly' 'grade shoes at low prices* ,Call and ,

J Have -,.yourhou'se'dfpa'pered,: ', 'Geo been: there'. some'*;time i'visitingrelatives. A tall fence, enclosing a yard for with small circle brand on each Jaw.: lee. them at the. Cash Store. ,Capt. J.: P. 'Sharp, of .tbe'"U.S, ;,
i .
Gilbert will l give you .!.tlsf&C loD."-'' P ", "v" "r," the county bloodhounds baa been Owner,can have same b,. calling at. F,, H. LAwSON\ :, dredgeboatiFIorida iIn'tbecity'. on-
I erected on the south Hide of the CourtHouse my: lace. 'R. D. ujiav, Mrs: P C. Hodge returned on a brief Visit., to his family. CapUSharp '
Mr. I, M. Lanier Jr. ha'Just returned "White Star Laundry-City Bakery. has just'msde an' .elevenhundred
from a trip to.hi* pld place atLanier. Mr. J. W. Seymour came .up. from Wednesday.from Taylor's Creek, Ga., +;
I Mr; W.' M. Williams, the Ashton Fresh stock garden and flower! seedat Miami }.Ionday.aad has been, spending where she had been for the.past two mile trip,with the'dredge.anr; r

Naval Stores man, brought his family the Kisslmmee Druse..Co.Mr the week in town meeting old,friends month ",vKiMng her mother. Mrs.Bodges' der her own steam. going' from 'tb*; '
See .::Embroideries an d Insertions. a into town Wednesday and sent them after friends mouth of the Sawannee River to San, s..
C. Stanford Co.Mr J. H.'Thornton' the suavelravel- and looking his property y here many will'regret to i '
and' u'p to Jacksonville for a few weeks ling representative of the S. P Richards tie. reports that Capt.; C. M. ,Ff azure learn .of the death of ,her 'mother, ford by way of Key- West and Sack' ;,
*..J. W. kuitta children, Visit. occurred onvllle, >and ,.tbenca down the, 8U. .
Paper Co., Atlanta, was In'town purchased a fine farm near Miamito which } ,last Sunday <__
Wednesdayto '
down t
of Maltlandv. came \ Johns River, In which stream be. U
visit relatives here. < The dellquent tax sale was, held at Wednesday.A which he has moved hi*. family, 'The Atlantic Coast Line'sustained now doing some dredge, work.' t
the court house by Collector Bandyon and expect to embark In the trucking/ 'severe '
with two 'the
< yesterday -
present 'wrecks
every purchase .
See those Matchless American R. .Floyd & Co. 1. the style of '
business. this fall, Mr. will a anew ,
Beauty Corsets af H. C. Stanford Co. Monday, but there were very few from five cents up, at the Cash Seymour Fourth. One a'Ireight'; train .on the
bidders and most of the Store. F. H. LAWSON. return-to Miami and will be associated main flue grocery 81'101.wbleb!. bega'a 'bus-i i
propertywent nearSanford; in. which
Mr. E. S. Gill. the market man, I with Capt. Frazure in his farming mess this week in the .toreroonvin y
transacting[ buame9.bere. to the State. I Mr. 'J. F. Williams, of Whittier, op seven .loaded, 'car were demolished '
of Loughitiao. erations. the Maklnson block Just uca&.e4117;
Wanted.-One good second band was in town Monday laying la sup and their contents scattered along the ,
Wednesday.F. E. D, Hogan. :They .Lava put ,in a. +
one-horse Deerlng mowing machine; plies for his mercantile business, and toil will and Ory Goods Shoes track, and the other passenger train stock of fresh and .'
full family
H. Lawson' Is giving away a must be in good condition. State. transacting other business. Notions, Hardware Graniteware, on the' Orange"; Helt: between Sanford fancy" ;l
present with every purchase at the price address this office. It.Judge Tinware, ..Glassware in fact almost and Clarcooa' In which It'1 groceries and will' especially cater. to:
Cash Store. Try the new barber shop. Everything everything at the Cash Store and get currentlyreported the users of high, gradp'Igooda, 'See
Mr. Time Bas has secured the J. F. Welborn prosecutingattorney new .Dd'up-t.o-d. Sharp razors present. with each purchase. one of the passengers was I their ad In another column.) : yMr
of the Criminal 'Court of. clean, towels, first-class service F. H. LAWSON. killed
contract; for carrying the mail between ( I aDd Mr.Nathan P. Bryan. have ,
I Orange County, and one of the best County Commissioner J. H. Walker Coi. Another'.postal ruling, :effective ;
this\ place- and WhlUler.. P. A. Van Agnew returned as guests Mr. Bryan' mother,; llrs. ;
t known attorneys in the State, died at has purchased the celebrated Lanier last Saturday from a business and July 1st, make it unnecessary to affix. Florida
Diana toe
J. Bryan, ,on
The City Bakery Is agent for tb I his home in Sanford last week. I orange groves on the west side of the trip North. While he a special delivery stamp to a letter or x'M
White Star Laundry-the bet in ...hee'f away east coast, and his sister miss Floe
State.Miss. All colors narrow. velvet Ribbon a Klisimmee River' near Basinger. took an 'automobile trip with Mr. parcel_ to expedite: : its, /II; delivery, rte Uryan who has been- ,vleltlng ,...

Hooten Is baying a H. C. Stanford Co. Florsbelm's Patent Oxfords are C. W, Ward and his son from Philadelphia Special delivery will be made of any : Savannah and Macon with' relative
I h L. M. the correct thing as. to style, comfort, mall bearing 10 .ceD' '
"* 'ordinary
Brunswick N. J. .
ber lot Main to New ttr*., Bryan and Ml"*, .Bryan. 'are to
{\ residence built on on J. F. O'Berry was arrested this eto. Found at .B. C. Stanford Co. vthe''regular
la addition
; Street. H. C. Fountain bat the con week on a warrant sworn out by Josh onlv. going! by way ef Atlantic City and the1 to i leave shortly for.North Ca.roliDatori. ,
4 Lakewood.. The entire distance' of postage! ,'provided sender writesthe : ;
"mountain. ;
charging < a summer in the "*.-Jacksonville '
tract.If Green bun with the larceny
Hon. A. :E. Donegan's arm, which two hundred mile was made In abouta wordpeclal. delivery'/, the Metropolis.Prof. .'
''it' have any laundry to .end of an animal. A prellminary hearlng he had the misfortune break on the '
you d..,'* ride: He report Mr. Ward'shealth envelope. '' .''!. M/ Evan;, principal of .be
l away and want It done up / of .the'case will\ be held, in 'CountyJudge's .train while returning from his duties
\- shape,_ phone the City Bakery.The court next Wednesday.Fine as representative in the recent legislature very much improved since While'in town Monday .attending Oaoeol High" ..School i.. spending;

County Commissioners have now' going north. lobe regular meeting of their, Board, today in town., Prof. Eanl"I mak.ti;;
line of watches at the Klssimmee Is mending' rapidly I and /
sold one of their.fine bloodhound to Drug Co. he has resumed his position as deputy Prof.John F. Hughes, of. West Virginia County Commtssionere'J.'SStr.t-' ng"a[ tour of the southern 11&11.01"theState
rles. of ton and JB. Walker- oo ,ummat.ed.a in the interest! the ''University
r 'JBBlgham & Farmer es county, Dr. T. M. Rivera baa purchased clerk ofHhe court. v who had been spending few .
I convicts. from M. Katz the old wooden buildings day here prospecting, left for oth rpart.a deal whereby :.Ir. Walker;acquired a of Florida andthe, Florida, ,Femal, ;
New barber shop at Patrick's! old '
valuable piece of' town property and College Be state t.ha..lea tbUi I work
of the State to continue his in'vestlgatlons
Pisa RENT-Two eottages.,; in O'NealI on Broadway, south of the .po.t- stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist.
Mr. Strattons's bank, account !was be i brought in. touch with'all the,
, A Osborne addition-one five- room omee, and intends tearing them ,out conversant with all the latest. fads in Monday, Prof Huibe.II ? ,
and one three-room. Apply to and erecting a brick concrete! harboring. tf interested in the growing of blooded con.lderablllocreued. We, ;,refer' to blab school la this .eotion.of.. &.he. '.

W. L. VAN Duzoa & Co. building next winter or:,spring..or. Quite' number of- 'local baa stock, and 1* looking for a suitable the purchase by Mr. Walker from Mr. State and .that. all Osoeola High

.... with the Stratton of the building on Broadwaynow School stands ...1110 the front ranks
Supt. E. S. Beeland, of the Kls are Rangers this location for farm for this purpoM.He ..
I, slmmee Telephone Co;, has gone to Wade, the Tuner, Orlando. \* week: at Bartow and Arc.dla.ltD..... expressed Ulmself a* being very occupied',by the postofflce. and with the beat ''of''them. Prof. Evan R
One day last week, w'htle Henry lair the games. The Kisslmmee Rangers Johnston's'bowling'alley. The' purchase will Wave this afternoon 'tor 'other-
his old home In Georgia spend a 'carried a good team and the favorably"Impreesed.. with the landsin '
;\ short vacation. Ullat:: was 'loading lumber from his friends of the nine are'expecting, great this section, but would not decide price. we understand, .'was, 13000.UTC point. but will probably ",uro' b.reto' .

wagon 'to the steamer Roseada,, a things/ of them,on this! trip.1 definitely 'until he. had .made. a tour of .. spend Sunday.There ,
4 Phone your want we do the run- sudden squall came up which caused Having purchased the.Kisslmmee the Bute. 'Y .r' ; > lr'an''unaathenbeated* +rumor-

,"t K'i:i DRUG COMPANY. the steamerto drag her anchor and Bottling Works: I am prepared to ,. '. Is out of order; You go to .bed .in on the ..a.reetlhIS morning that the
drift in .hON.r h' over thewagon, promptly supply bottled soft drinks. i a bad humor and get up with a. bad railroad authorities and: contractors }
/J' Me......'E. L?, Lesley and Rull Bats which 'was' almost' completely ;deimoliibed Phone 120 and your' orders will receive ,. Annual fx lrsiOIl.' taste in your mouthy, You want 'something are making aa, examination ,of. 'the ?,<(.
have returned from Johnson' Island, prompt attention.' to' stimulate your liver. Just Florida -Midlan" railroad today, J* .' i
where they: went some 'day ago",to ., While Capt. Johnson,was lltf, J. ,A, Lancaster,.. The Atlantic Coast Line will opar try Herbla, regulator: A after which it will: bdefinitely d-; ;J\
in no way'responsible for the accidentbe : Mar' ate lu regular annual' excursion to positive cure Constipation, Dyspepsia termtoed to whether ,the work*of yh- ',? >
1 look_after.,their. ..cattle.; magnamlnously agreed to;pay half M'r.'W.E.Cadman, ;; 'and :III. \ Charleston and .Savannah .' from and all liver complaints,' .Mrs. broadening the cuage 'of that",road 'o: ..,-
Cadman-'who; are now traveling F.-Ft. Wortb'Teias writes here or at Claracooa.' >The 1M!
'West Havana'the best gery. : : : will begin< .
Smoke Key ;'damap.. in Europe,, in; ,home.,report all points on 'their, lines.: In; Florida .'Ha.. used herbine'ln. myfamily rumor 'oolllct'Dobe';, traced k)' any. ..i '.
, 60 cigar; on- the market.Attorney ' See.our'G. 10.' ift and 25 cent r. .counters having'met' Mr'? H. ,8-f Pike, who Monday July 16t.b. Rates from Kla- for Je..... Words can't express whatI authentic sonroe,:>V and' w* Only &""t a :
;? Ceo. F, KHbb has moved at the aa.f1 Store You can get simmer for the round tip will be $7.00to think about' it. Everybody ''-my- give it,for *'what. It' U''w0rtp.\ Our,T !.
lived at Narooosseewhile .
his family,Into town.from 'Narcoossee useful articles. m' very low 'formerly, :> Savannah and ..00 to Charleston household are happy and well, and'we citizens, however, bop that fa'11 true' '
topping for a short Urn at 'Lucerne, it to Uerblne.- 'Sold Robs and that it' .. 'O oide4 njw" !r
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The' Fourth of ;July:- .5"-'PP' MAKES STATEMENT SULPHUR'UTHS"! HOME 'Jj

Much has been written of late a I

t year. boon the dangers Incident to Sheriff Gives Facto In Chattanooga .They Heal the /f9kia! and Take Away ." I
of Independ-
enc the noisy Day ,and attempts 'bare been Federal ''Court as to Lynching 7"the Its Impurities j'iV I

made by legislative and other enact Negro Ed. Johnson. Sulphur bathe' heal Skin Dueaaes,..'sod

menu to .abolish the gunpowder give the body a -wholesome glow. Now
I method of commemorating the national When the.Shlpp contempt'case.whlch'
you don't tar to go off to a high priced resort -

f.. birthday much suffering. wouldbe has. ben under way 'at Chattanooga,. to st them Puts a few. spoonful of .
Undoubtedly Hancock's Liquid Sulphur in the hot water,
lives would Tenn. for three called
prevented and many was
and yo. gel a perfect Sulphur! balls right
ti 1 bo saved were the day to be kept a* Thursday afternoon Sheriff: Sbtpp was la your own horn
1e In New England
fait day once was ,
Apply Hancock's Liquid Sulphur to the
established 'customs are called to the witness stand. In defenseof
but old .
affected part, and Eccema and other atun-
changed with difficulty, and It la himself: and his deputies. He told akin Dr. '
born trouble are quickly cured
easier to abolish the moat dan
much features of the celebration all'the circumstance: ). connected with R. H. Thomas of ValdoeU, Ga., was Cured ".

,t gerous Ed from of a painful akin trouble and he praiaeS
a without depriving ,the youngsters of the 'lynching of Johnson the
it in the a cherma.. Your' druggist
a chance to 'make noise In a safeway TILL GLORIOUS/ JI'OUnT+ ._ time bo first heard of a mob, through sells it.Hancock's. > '
But the grown-up members of
the telephone: suggestion of Attorney
Liquid Sulphur Ointment 'is
the community should be taught There was patriotic ,
and the reckless firing of guns Who dearly loved a maiden, General M. N. Wltaker. how he rushed the beat cure for Sorea,. Pimple, Black-
F and pistols, by hoodlums.and'less vKloua But Proponing,'being very kept buhful evading, he 1.0.l1.e. jail, was captured by the bead and all 3oa. Gives. a soft,

persons should be sternly, aupiressed. Until they went one glorious.Fourth mob and Imprisoned ('n the bath room velvety akin. -;

'f MOLLY PITCHER AT THB' BATTLE OF MONMOUTH. ;TO see the men parading. while the mob took the negro1! and CRUEIflY TO FIDO.

t ... The biff gun boomed the bugles blew.. how he had done everything: in his (Mrs Wrltup' : "Why did you discharge

WOMAN'S WAY.. The none*' fooUteps clattered; power to protect te rapist from mob .that nurse girl?"

/T5ULiSuit.?/: !M&3 While Alonit rattling the line drum.were, exploding scattered;bombs, violence. Mrs. De Swell!; "She kicked poor .

.* Petey (on the Fourth)-."Girls Is And nouy. boy. fired cracken big Sheriff: Shlpp .told of the events of little'.FIdo Just for. biting the baby," I

curious critters! Till every nerve wa .battered. the night of the lynching. He went

1 <* mS\\\\ \\ Mugsy"Der.; de limit. Dere's one "Oh! everything ii popping, Oeol'iet.! home at 6:30: that night Intending to TWO TERRIBLE-: YEARS. v

now-setting: off: a.ten-cent cannon (She, Mid. with eves that flirted. do some work at home The attorney of : Kidney b 'I
Before be knew, ho took the hint. The.11..told Agonies Neglected
1 laoman Who &j/wonsd yjfWa : T i And something to her biurted-5 general called him up and told him Troubles. d

Heroine : vI i Then heard h din of nary FourthA there was a mob at the Jail.
S Rggolutionary ae "y..." a averted Mrs. James French, 66 Weir Street
He went there immediately, pushinghis
-Hay Kelly; in July Lippiacott's ,bfaga Taunton, Mass., says: "When I be-
OMEN. have filled'no his troopat Fort Clinton, on the Hudson Line 'way through the crowd.( He saw can using Doan'a

.. ... unimportant place It. in November. 1777, when that ee the night Jailer In one corner of a Kidney Pills I was

military affairs from fortification was assaulted and taken How Nod Became a Hero. room guarded 'by three or four men. so run down' and

tV ..W.. the days of Joan of by,the British. The American garrison e r Nod was six 'earaold when Fourthof He started to his aid, but was attacked miserable that I '

Arc to those of the< ,fled in such haste that Hays ale July came, but he was delicate
y from behind and made prisoner. He could hardly endure
: .: most modern of: dropped lighted"match with whichhe and timid, and he did not care for
wiI firmly held that phyalca.1 1 re It. Terrible
about to touch off ft was so
daughters of the regl- was cannon firecrackers-in fact he was a little pains In the backattacked

..... .. meat But few.. bow and his wife picked up the match and afraid of them. slatance was useless. frequently

' . .(J ever, have bad any put It to the touch hole' of the gun "Mamma.. be said "Cousin Willie The sheriff said he did not recog. and me the

p t S2S'a2::? lasting memorials of and so fired the last shot before the says I can't be a hero unless I fire off nlze any one he saw except Dr. But. kidney secretions +

the part theJr'::played Some have surrender. LJ crackers like the other boys. Can'tI ton. Night Jailor Gibson, Frank were much disordered -
figured In man'sattire In both the After the Revolution "Molly Pitcher mamma '
Stoops and two men. These,, I was a nervous wreck and
army and the navy, and for all whose lived, at tho barracks at Carlisle "I am glad :you don't like gunpow- he said, were not engaged in the lynch.; there seemed no hope Doan's Kid-
became disclosed there were doing cooking and washing for thesoldiers. der said
Identity mamma and I never
ing. Some of the lynchers: were masked ney brought my first relief and
She was also employed as cracker and den sticking her fingers
doubtless many others who preservedthe I heard that it made a hero of any six boxes have
secret of their sex, despite the a nurse by a number of families, as In her ears so she won't hear It.- body." and others, were not. lie was guard. my kidneys that so there thoroughly has cured (-
proverbial tendency of feminine members she was fond of children and gentle From Puck. / Still Ned could not help wishing, ed closely while the mob secured the return of my old trouble." no A" ;1

a of society to make known the as he went down the street to Aunt negro and got away.In Sold by all dealers 50 cents n bOLo i

facts which should be moat sedulously Ann's a while later that he could bea answer. to questions, the sheriff Foster-Mllhurn>> Co., Buffalo. N. Y. '
.. . ..
concealed ",- '. . '. real hero. he1
\! said. if he had to do it over again
Of the American women who have '.' t.t}',; ',;.>.,.,,\\t '., .', '. ; He saw a boy come out of a yards ;' would do It differently that not a THE: RELATIONSHIP. ..

taken part la warlike scenes none Is f".r, . and put a bunch of firecrackers close
,.., ,' single man offered him a helping hand; "Aren't you. related to M more widely known tban "Motile I ) t':. ., '. by the walk where he must pass."I bash
} > .. T't
: that he had t)ut one pistol against
Pitcher, the heroine of Monmouth. ; hope he won't light them till I 'Yea-In a way. My' third wife
This battle was one of the Important get by: thought Ned. many; that he was physically' unable to married her fourth

conflicts of the Revolution, and was .,' But he did and then he ran Into withstand the attack of'the crowd and land Leader.

4 fonght.ln. ,the summer of 1778. when : the house leaving the door open. As that during the entire time. he was In\

tbe British ,troops, retreating from a, S I I'f" be looked back he saw a tiny little Jail he was under arrest Salmon '
.S Argo Red Is sold In ;
Philadelphia were, overtaken and attacked girl come' dancing and spying one- :
i 1t'r. I out. A diagram of the Jail was offered In Tall
pound cans,because only the Tall
In New Jersey by the Continental .. wle" t the bright colored crackers In the ;
the sheriff hit
evidence explaining
I cans are filled by machinery Flat
forces under Washington. Although
gutter she made a rush for them. I
movements that night and the and one-halt
showing pound cans are filled by
no decisive result occurred 'r tk' "Oh! gasped Ned. expecting to
S 'from the battle, the fact that, themerican N e,.4 see them go off In the Uttle one's same on the diagram. hand. Hand work In factories Is .

; forces were not repulsed hand. crude and,antiquated.. _ ..

by.the foreign,foe gave heart to the 1 a.SJ There was no time to stop to think GIRL'S STORY IMPREGNABLE. Literature.."
55 colonies to continue' the efforts begun pd r about it. and 'the' next Instant Ned I of'
We are asked the origin of the
two years before and which were was at. the child's side telling her Judge Deals 'Heavy Blow to pro.ecu.1 term "lighthouse literature." It owes
to last five longer before success
years that the crackers would burn and
tlon In Case. I Ito origin to the practice of
I was'attained. In the;-troops trying to take them fromher.. But ", Loving I presenting

h ,from, Pennsylvania! was John' Hays, she held them fast But Ned was the The t.akIDC.of. testimony In the,case : foreign reprint of copyright 'i

i la gunner In the First 'Artillery, Con- ,. stronger, and , ha forced them of Judge William G. Loving at Hous i works, formerly confiscated and destroyed r

I itlnental line. He had been accompanied Y away one .of them exploded some of by the customs officers to Ij
by his wife when the troops J .. t\ the powder burning Ned's cheek. By ton. Va.. on'trial for the murder of : the corporation of Trinity House for
\ 'I'
''to which he belonged had been ,sent tt this time the people In the house Theodore Eates, In Nelson county, .on I use In lightships and lighthouses.; To

to the field, and she busied herself In rushed out. and Ned was thanked I be read In such romantic surroundingsis
April 22 was concluded at C o'clock
y \doing laundry work lor-tbe officer fi ?Ih .A and praised until he almost wanted'to esteemed! a privilege by popular .J'

On that July day, when. the lighti 1 'cry. As Boon as he could get away. Thursday afternoon. The court adjourned authors, and the representatives of .. i

i !raged pa the New Jersey' plain; the 4 F I he ran straight home. until 10 o'clock Friday. The lighthouse( literature Include such "

".thermometer standing at ninety-six ti His mother bathed the spot that names as E. F. Canton Marie Corelll.

+ decrees In the shade Mrs. Mary Hays the powder had hurt while she heard rapidity with whlch'the trial has pro- Hall-Culne. Rudyard Kipling Stanley

"'..\' I busied herself in carrying: water In a the story She said: "If being burned greased has been most surprising Weyman, Israel Zangwlll and Marie: t

pitcher from spring to the hot and 1 with powder makes a hero. I thinkwe all concerned.The Twain. (But the ordinary reader prefers -

'wearied troops. "Here's Molly with must say you were one,' after .alL:' day developed a most .Important the stability of Smith or Mudle :

:[the 'pitcherwaa frequently heard -Emma O. Dowd. turning In the cake, when Judge to literature.'that is rocked la the y d

,from the' thirsty Continentals, and Barksdale rendered an opinion con. 'cradle of the deep. -London Chron

finally U was*abbreviated to "Here The ordinary firecracker and the cerntng the admlsslblllty of certain ev. icle. _ __
Molly Pitcher, and the sobriquet was '
paper torpedo are comparatively Idence the decision: dealing a heavy
for her real
.permanentlysnbsUtuted ail harmless. Little Injury beyond superficial , He Could Stand Disgrace
when she blow to the prosecution. Attorney liar
name displayed gallantry
: burns will ordinarily result Walter Howard the London dramatist
and heroism which surpassed her limitations mon, for tho prosecution: announced
I from even a reckless use of these was< leaving the stage door of a
ot sex, his Intention to call witnesses to show ,
noise producers. The truly dangerous theater one evening! when an anaemic4ooklng -
55 The company 'In' which Hays was \ things are the toy pistol the that the story told by iflss Elizabeth youc5'stepped up and

: fighting and In which he was a rammerwas cannon cracker and the clay torpedo. Loving to her father that she was said: "Are you Mr. Howard The

stationed on rising ground These are all death dealing Instruments drugged and assaulted by Theodore author replied in the affirmative
between the commanded
brigades by which children should never whereupon the fellow sold. he "'
'Livingston and Varnum. In dash Bates was a fabrication and that Estes young
a be permitted to handle. It.. from wanted to the
go on stage. Noticinghis
by British cavalry and Infantry Hays never offered an Indignity to the girl,
them that most of the Fourth of evident unfltness. ,
such life
was shot down but not killed and a iJI't't, I Ito even suggesting that there might be
-From Youth's Companion. July accidents result. Howard advised him stick to fahs
call"was made for sonic one-to fill another motive back of thekllllng.( The
his place. No but'his present occupation, whatever it was.
man appeared
wlfe the them 'although somewhat roughIn Valley Forge the camping ground of the land but the rest ts owped by defense objected on the ground that "I am assistant to the pawnbroker
dropping pitcher picked
,the"rammer 'which her* husband had up her manner and stern In matters of Washington's little army during private persons. The plan Is to have such testimony had no bearing on the across the' way" said. the ambitious

.held, and said she would avenge him. of> discipline demanding military the dismal winter of 1777-78. may Congress buy up the old camping case, and whether true or false had young man. "And what do your people

'She served with the smoking cannon obedience.> For. a considerable soon be converted into a national ground and restore It as nearly .as nothing ,to do with the question of think of your going eo :the stage ..
!{throughout! the rest of the battle and period 'In her later years she kept a ; park or a military reservation. Pow possible to its form at the time the Judge Loving" state of mind at the asked Howard. .'Oh. they are right '

l3 her ,,courage was commended'by the mall store, and Is described as hav- erful Interests are striving to secure gallant Continentals froze and hungered time of the .tragedy.Judge against 1C1 was the Jainty reply, "but k
seasoned troop. The next day the lug,been garrulous and querulous. the passage of a bill by Congress for-( and suffered while the enemy Barksdale la lengthy opinion I shouldn't mind the disgrace myself. -
Several years after the death of the that purpoleThe State of Pennsylvania was feasting and dancing In gay Philadelphia ."-Pittsburg Dispatch
!brave woman, with her'' garments
sustained the
; contention of the
gunner. Hays, she remarried her has already secured 217 acres .
i4 still soiled with the smoke of battle.
second husband being Sergeant Geo. defense and among the cases he citedas
,was summoned by General Greene 4 OFFER COMPLEXION: "' -
a McCauley., He Is said to have abused precedents was the Thaw trial la
tg who took. her to Washington,' by her and to have lived on her earnings New York.:' Many Ladles Have Poor Complet
whom,her, gallantry was praised and ions Krom Coffee.
t In 1822. a year before her death. the Judge Barksdale ruled that the character .
who her commission
gave a ; a: sergeant -
: under which.she wore a cocked Pennsylvania Legislature recognized of the girl or the character of "Coffee caused
dark colored
I her services In
the War of the Revolution
" i bat and the Insignia of'. her rank. I a 'tF the man who 'was killed was not the blotches on m1 face and body. I
by her the '
voting sum ot $40
After. her husband's. death she' con dasiie and the truth or falsity bt her had been drinking It for a long while
at once and the
same sum as an annuity -
tinued to serve In the army, and she bad and these blotches
for life,to be paid halt yearly. story no bearing on the case gradually appeared -
was.finally placed lu the list of half '
until finally they became -
H death occurred at' her home in : permanent t\\
;pay officers.Pitcher" Carlisle In I January 1823. and shfl ROCKEFELLER HIDIrfG OUT. ; and were' about as dark as
4 "Molly was born at Car- coffee Itself."I .
lisle' Pa,, in October ; 1744., ',Her was hurled, with'mUltnry honors 1
formerly had as fine a f.
complexion -
Her grave remained unmarked until Difficulties
Process Servers Encounter
:maiden name was Ma.r'Ludylc. and
as one could ask for. ,
the centennial: of American. in- 'J
,her,father camo to this country from I In Locating Oil Magnate. "When I became convinced
lependence. A' sum of that ...f
money was
Germany She was ,employed as a hen collected for the purpose.and a United States Marshal Frank M. coffee was the cause of my trouble, "" '1

servant In the family of General Will- shaft,erected which Chander was an early 'visitor Mondayat I changed and took to using Postunv .I'I
on this
.lam,Irvine' in Carlisle and therein Inscription' appears yr $ Forest 'Hill, the home of John D. Food Coffee, and as I made it well e i
17 8. sh, married John who i wIK J
Hays Rockefeller, in the suburbs pt Cleveland according to directions, I liked It '.i'i. .
was barber. He became an artilleryman Ohio. very much, and have since that Ume
v In December: 1775., The :Mallie'McCanter.. Chandler however did used it In place of coffee. -rl-

story 1s told that his. wife'was'with' Renowned. in hia as no get farther than the lodge at th "I an thankful to
say I am not jJ
Pitcher/ ; ,
entrance of the estate. Pat Lynch, th
"The Heroine of MonmonUi. nervous any more as I was when I t;

11 Died January 22; 1823, lodge keeper, declared positively' that was drinking coffee and my complexion ; ,
Aged erratr-nina years.. I IM Ic Mr. Rock.feUt.r. was 'not at Forrest is now as fair and good as j
Erected by the citiren. of CumberlandOouetyJalytb.Fourth,18 l
# *.; Hill I It was years ago. u U very plain i'//
that coffee caused the trouble."
", a
vl l"Nr Most bad complexions are caused
N There Is a bass-relief representing BLASTING' KILS -EIGHT MEN. by some disturbance of the stomach" #1't

the battle heroine In the act of ram- and 'coffee l the greatest disturber 't

ming 'a.>cannon Orval monument on Premature Explosion Deals Death to of digestion known. Almost ,! I
any wo-
Sr the battlefield of t.t nmouth.. In the .. Workers on'Raltrosd. 'man can ha,.. a, fair complexion It 4a'
painting of "The Field) of onmoufh.-" ;
she will,leave off
e coffee and .ft
by.George Washington Park..Curtis J I II .By the premature, explosion' ot\ a turn Food Coffee and attritions use Pos- ,

t r yr *Molly PJt.chernrea.. I blast,Tuesday at,Lola cut on the:.Tide healthy. 'tood ia: proper ouatttltT, 1 k'J '

Aab-o"buNo' water railway near I Brook Neal, Va Postum furnishes certain elements 3 1
t ua fa'Valtec States; Cornelius .dullivan. brotherldUwotthe from 'the natural grains from the .,

It U'stated that'there are.'160:000 Held that Nature-uses tq rebuild the
general manager of 'the McDermott
<< went7av.I .
I State In the United States and then company of Chicago good condition one. can depend upon.' .
which baa charge of the work a good' *
are ;IO.OOO"D the twenty-one state complexion ad well as a roof

: which have no laws pertaining to an-=l XMOLLY:PITCHER'S; :H6MB."'AT3CAR1JSLE.:'PA.'BEFORE THE. :WORK Edward dark ot Charlotte county! ; Virginia healthy body. -There's a Reason"

r'S t.m.bUMm.rTngas r. ,-... 10" I v. y--:.;..... "Or. TEABJJiO DO.WNJFAS, .BGQK' ' ,, and six Italians' were killed. Read -:The; ,Rq!C. to, ..W11r1U.! &.'!: JA .

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?<"&. ;Th whole of honor are la quite not faked COronation..' Scene .Mas; 'DZ'PA88B, _
bound l lui sin Probably the moat notable faked Awry & CompaiC
p obedience. Obedience Pure White Lead ,OF ';NRW YORK 'CYTY"J'tbwPitfd ,
noun not stifle Individuality. Children living'picture ever produced was that ". :

have (right to wise leadership 'i"the'Natuf which purported to give a- reprecanta '9tioeraf PhV.bofens;; bull trey < > 000KAWOKS TO

Y SEnNoW and unceasing parebtal love. Many Paint lion of the,actual'scene lnslde,"V7e t- AVBRY"MILLAN..
times :; Pigment: D d Jf.N they receive silly government the Coronatlon. . ...plllIL'ju.-... <..
and minster Abbey at King's .JI.-li,,' 11,.*' tT-sa. ...**> 1.\
no love-and whom shall ws Numerous .. \ , .. BALL WISPS: OF-
RfNDER3o oiame.for. the 'con.equeaceaT -
The. wise compoundsare The production was the work of: an '
parent will realii that MACHINERYRellakle'PHest
as we grow older ,our Ideas chant being'offered to tale Inventive' Frenchman who bad special ,
ana of the-abbey painted 'and .
our perceptive powers strengthen. the place of w scenery

Subject i The Claims of Aa orJtT. Guidance for a boy of four will: white lead asa reproductions of the historical costume

hardly ever, be the sort of advice the paint, but I no made 'Then'a number' 'of

.' youth of fourteen "will Deed You real substitute French actors, were "made up" to represent .

Brooklyn; N. -V.-PreacblaB at the your may be child the of apotheosis-five end the wisdom finest par to' tar it has yetbeen the King, the aged Primate and
Irving Squara Presbyterian Church other central figure* -and remarkably
ent ever to a child of six without' Pure Whit. '
Hamburg avenue and Welrfleld the power of analytical comparison Lad has a' lifelike they were. i

Street on the above tlieme,the,pat- and keen perception-and most of p.cut1a.rproruty The mock coronation ceremony took

tor, Key' Ira Wemmel! Henderson, us If we are not'too unwise in handling of place' at ''a quiet'little village In 'Brit
took as his text EJx. Y0:1l: "Honor .
our' -children.are-but beware
I Thy Father and tan,, and t&e'BIms! were1 sent to Lon
Thy Mother He when of, sixteen has'
your youth seen
c aaldl with the wood don for reproduction In one ot the
the habits of better and'men'than upon which it li need: added to this entertainment.
The recognition by society and the leading houses of The
Then' watch
you. must
you It has
I aa-elaiticity which the
Individual of the authority of par- .out. For If you do not grow..with paint to follow the natural permits espansion'and managers however,made no attemptto \., .. i I ii"7 feilsf
entage )Ie at the centre of all the the ahplur
and adjust :yourself to the changing contraction ot the wood. Pure Impose on publlo' tad openly '

theory pf social government The point of view and the increased vis- White L.adwithit.full natural. confessed that the scene was a "fake.", ,9MRa. k?i laee,' What Separates*

"agreement of society that parenta Ion of your child :youraoon will find nacity and elasticity, unimpaired by London'' Cbronlele, .

may and should control the youth of you c-re fast losing his respect. Givea adulterant), alone fulfills all the re. 'ill<<.i :-. I ,,
offspring li the foundation upon child wise'guidance' Study not quirements of the ideal paint. Every ..>> .<,, :
which our'system of social authority: how to make him a replica, a'repro-' keg which bean the Dutch Boy trademark Archie le Bfamed Instead ef Loeb. '' '

Is reared. The 'Individual recogni duction of youraelf, ; but to lead him is posilivetyguaranteedtobe, absolutely Pete the White House bulldog wljth AUNEO.PAaSI, :.'

tion ot the ruling right of parenta la to be a distinct personality possessed Pure a bad reputation; to again at liberty. Mrs. Alice DePaeA '77' E.. 105th St.,

expressed In a larger sense In- this of' strong individuality'molding by Whit. Lead "He would have bit that man New York W..Y., wntest. .r never
Republic In' the submission of the his .own actions his being Into the made by the Old "It givee me pleasure to tat.iIY 'to the '
minority to the decree of the major stature of the Son of God! DutcProce. the other day If Arctic' hadn't been curative qualitiea of l'eruDa'aDd Manalin. BEST llPROTED JAW BILL'OH( BA1

ty. The command speaks the truth Some one has said: "Who la to teasing him:,' declared one of the ser "I waa afflicted for over ..ven years with Large' Engirt* and ..11.1....
when It enjoins: honor to at blame "While Archie catarrh of the Aeedthrbat and dtfreefive -
parents for the pitiable mite which rants today. was '
SEND FOR I consulted promptShingle') Mllla, Cera Mill,
the sure means unto long lite. Small organ > many. phy-
children give In return for a parentI'1I00d punching after him he ran between aieians, but they did me no good. aaweSaTth.PaUnt
success would we enjoy did we not of love" I do not know butf BOOK Circular Dege,
; the legs of the gentleman and' Just "One day I happened to read aome ....tI- '
pay some heed to the mandates of > this I am sure: If parents would "A 'I'.n e. hi....* the .ftrat thlnc'' that alas moniaja in your 1'eruna. almanac. .1 decided team Oovomera, Full (line.Engine* A
our eld en. Little power -would the tease- to' feel ,that they own their tloa oatfc aalafteibtwt. 'grabbed' to try Peruna and'M.oa1iD. I Mill SuPpU.''Send.) for ,,.* Cataloguer
law of city State or Nation exert children In common with their s ....paw ;. a .1* o e around, which' happened to be the bought a week of each, and after taking ,
over our lives were the fundamental horses, their estates and their cattle l.w.../Me.4 ..... ryas ...- tuan'a leg. them for a I noticed a change for the

Ideas of obedience eliminated from ; If they would not as1 many don "The only person Pete ever did better. So 1 kept it up and after using
twelve bottles I cured.
family life The individual and that varying degrees, treat their children NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY trouble WAIl a night Inspector of the "I also. gave the waa medicine per/e-ctJy to my chili, r..

Nation which bas a poor sense of the as their -property the return a wkin.r Vbllov.. police; He trot'over a back fence onenight dreo and tuey hod the same beneficial re

need for obedience la sure to meet an of Jove would be far more adequate. *M "taut. mtmmt ttt he 'would catch. the cult. 1 would never be without theee rem'.
early death., The man who -won't than It is." > --York" ; thinking in the house. '
__.. ....... OlewlM edma i
learn from the past will not live long We know how true that Is. Andyet ,Ola........ 0.1_ St. Leal. ].alla.AalakU . cope off. their beat*. 1 highly recommend Peruna and Man-.
to Instruct his descendants. The I fear that many of us do not IJokatT.! L wla A ...... OaJ| 1'1_- ..Pe.. and Rollo saw him and went ante to amy friends,, andin. fact to
State within whose boundaries the know how to handle our own chil bear. 1JI.-aI 1.M a Oil Oa.| A r' hkn.! He 'ruD up"'a tree everybody.1"M'SS WHIT* STAR *VOOIES'at
recognition of the rights of the law dren. A good child asks not for' Every cop. was off his, beat, but the ,Mildred W..., writae Orey:, Weimar,St., Appleton aU esamples cf 'DM highest fer

baa fallen into disrepute will soon more pocket money, or newer noise woke 'em 'all up and they> got "It gives me plenaure to recommend fec
totter, fall and be. dashed to piece clothes, or\"a more sumptuous supPly 'OPPEIlEDWOJlTHY In time to'e.cape trouble." Peruna for e.tarrliof the atom&C>h. I had C.x)featm peedMe to CMDMa I.a la
The text calls to our minds three / at the table-but for a richer YOUNG PEOPLE on this diaeaae for, a1 i number 01.7.'" and I loud la the remoes ,
the 'New begq.1:1:
things: First that children should love. It is useless to try to bold' -Washington Dispatch could not enjoy a mou\hfuf-o that Iate. .' '

honor those who are over them by children with gifts. Children should .. Nyour meanaor how limited education. . York American., It was indeed a great; relief when I Sent (or C.t.leg.

birth. Secondly that parenta shouldbe be taught to- yield honor through If you wiah athoronch hit upon from'Peruna the first.and obtained I took sis decided bottlesbefore results ATLAItiLapt10TcA1L4aTA ..

worthy o: honor from their hl1.dren' I parental love. A, man who attempts buloeutraaln5 OA. ,
and Rood poaitlnn, writ today for AES .TRIPLEX. I felt entirely cured of my trouble,
Lastly that, broadly apeak to bind his children to. him with ma. Omi Own Half-Rat Offer. Sno....... Inde- lie shinesIn but 1 had -aggravated ease."
I "Baker has lots of brass. .
Ing the principle of obedience-that terlal possessions must surely fall. pendenoe and probable FORTUKX guaran- '

is to say, respect for law-must be But Jibe.father and the mother-be Mad., I>..'. dda7-.rlte today. any society." .

manifested in all our civic Wo, they ev'lir: BO unlearned and be they, -GA.-ALA. BUS.COLLEGE.. MAOOX, GA.M "Yes I'd, like to know, what brass Medical Department

"Honor thy-father and thy. mother ever so poor-who give their wisest polish he uses."-New ,York'Tlmea LOUISIANA st.atemaawwsle
,* says the, comnlaudment. In experience and richest love to the TULANC UNIVERSITY OF
h. ..s...._ 'ew pr.otla.l 1- .' .. botr. /ample
urging the need for honor it cultivation of the of a.-.ttal
Implies personalities .hsud..t oWn
FJT ,St.Vltu NIN ervons Disease per. I."raterl.............try r... 10 ..... to thh
that obedience, respect and deferencebe their children will find that a bond .manentlyoured by Dr. Kline'Great Nerve ..a.. 01......' U-pltal elth PI ..... ..... IO.IJUO
yielded to those who are above us that neither time -aor eternity can Restorer *-3 trial bottle and treatise free ll ..anxuUISpecial jn.LnAiw .to cla ...11,

In birth. t lever holds their children to their Dr. H. B. Kline Ld.,91I1.Arcb St.,Phila., Pa. lnh. h d.ld a lari o/tJy. tot lck.! .I.1be..uses asst.n..M lafar..uo.b ftaOoloMr :,

The man who doetn't honor a good l aides. And If that won't-nothing I ..s_ Pit/V. ". KAlbl.& "'
lir w r ant. l'Iaw oiaLYAasy 1.a
father and mother is not much of a else will. Love is the touchstone YOU CAN NEVER TELL., r.u. :

man. The first law of family life Is of life, the law and the measure of The Office Boy: "Dea.youse' flres 'F.FiCTS L CKET SOld

that ,we should give honor to those values. Love la the force that draws, chance ter .
wldout givlp' me a
who have given us life and that meedot eoul to soul. The home that Is I\I1led'-, Reliable EYB.WATER'I' '

love which we enjoy at their by love will be the seat of bonor. t r/ resign CURED
r ." Get out!" araaialatal llea. : aiv
bands. The man who works lovingly For it Is the abode of everything!: Employer/ :. do. krenaihfMa *.k.r.- Dro

and long for the welfare of 'his that Is honorable, respectable worthy ,The'' Office. Boy: "All right But I' rfrah oo).*a4.a aootba sod -UM*a mr,a*aa era..area ere.a Onlekllliatf .

Children: the woman who strives with of obedience and deference. Food 111 leave-me address/where you'-e kin __I.'.5004-ohiidnn'e h.r$eh..ppl' : ire.d l.Tb. .. R511et. ,I

motherly affection to maker her home Dut to carry the principle* Into tend yer"apology 'in case' dls affair &.. ....... I. a rod ,oldie L la a to s i
ol3""l: _. effects Benaanvirt care :
the pleasant harbof cf her children, Its broadest Application we must .Products'LIbby's turns out to be a ,Tillman Joke or a T T.carnal tr or*tttrm oi Jil lid f *raannamdfd. a both' entitled for moment at the of \_ of root. at :I..k_ Mw DickI I ii' be fairer y
are to and should recelve -, glance a duty i ar ,gln free.Kothlnreaa
Swettenham jest-Judge.. _11ab.. I,ttalra. Limit atom et bf,...... .* I Writ. Dr.H.H.ermn'tSpecialists. ..... I
the honor of tbelr children. honor and obedience to law civil and;; I i'
Vienna DICKEY DRUG CO.,Box CO,Brletol.Teaai. j "x S Alia....W
Honor implies obedience. The moral. Here, as with the :Individual

youth who obeys the wise mandates the law must be worthy of honor. Sausageunequalled Theh Alaska Packers Association, I Southern Female College T..ORAHo0A;

of a- good parent can never fall or The civil law to-day I. not so highly who caD"theArlo Red Salmon, has ,
for their' delicious The ......'" Oldest' College !. Aaaeriesu '
.Tall. The parents who apeak out of respected as it should be. From' taate. They are inmost the largest fleet In Dumber' of any I nnr "' .,.I..I nin lllmlll v'seen au..a.
the fund of a true experience can all parts of our country we read otlynchinns put up a thu--.t' civil convenient form for ready _rw-. ..shipping firm sailing tinder the Atner. ,i_ % 2Tm..n "'-... "-10.... b._.IM........ r- et __ 5Me.
teach any youth the way to the hap- riots and miniature .. ...
p.ri am..4aa. Oya.n.tor, II. OawAa, n. COalIi. sae :8r
few icon It fifty-five steamers
lug, requiring minutes flag. owns
only m. J.mI_ _' _..... _._
pleat life, and their words should be wars all due.10 disrespect for law. )1. ;L toes rata '
law. And yet the laws are largely at fault fine flavor preparation.and 'reamwhich Tbe.l1aYe a' and fifteen-sailing1'vessels 'an4 .charters de bswutul oslilugus arid:- M. W. ttATT(;) ._Pr.. ... a-.Gr.nse. Geo f.. .':

Honor Implies relp t: It --la net -and tbe' enforcers of the law with many more. .
will please one. rroaa leebaol
$ dignified to belittle the place and dignity them'',' When a' murderer guilty before pttaH every aDUb..-Drop tttmnt. b ; ''J .,. '" ,', .
t i 'of a good parent. The youth men' and 'God of belnoua sin, itibjrV__ !.._ in Uil&f..atr' 'iB&AT TOIT.Mer'cbanti : r.r. .._ .,, > eoaflaee aay
:who to with dogmatic may use the law to cheat the law otll heated (nest li athtutM* .... that.
d essays speak aerve mm taken. fro.. the tra on a aaalj --"Jfes; we i are In need: ,ShorthandBookkeeping 1: :: .F'RE'Ei>aAa>Uae> eygoar
th. full of and' prevent the execution of 'jus- > I
assurance upon range plate. pnoiolaad with 1..1.... I...... Where were yon employed bei
a janitor.
J ,human. problems pronounces -himself tice;' when one man may buy off tbe of '
-U:::=:::: -CC"- ". J ft.
last? ( '
, law that sends another citizen to : = '
a fool at the start. The disrespectful .. ] __"
Libby McNelll A Libby,' CMeee* "
I youth who disdains wise jail;, when those who are sworn to Applicant/ : "In a'bank, sir. K ot '

counsel and claims to know: it all enforce the law, neglect'their duty; D' 'Cf ,Merchant; 'lMd'ou clean It out". MAIN LJMV WIBUtS HWM T and sMlesdwdwwMM roabsteSeA\

: will ere long find out that his ancestors we cannot say that individuals are Applicant >. "No, sir. The'oaablerdid Tal1LOVWlL1UILU1LlY, U BAM a aoatal. cannueous

I can tAn him at least one or entirely to blame for lack: of deference Chat"-HChIcago F o Dally News;

i two thlncs of which h. II irnorant. to the law. :-The laws. should .be' f l 1 HICKS': PAX T1IE

j{ n r--mpllei e-firence.-- youth wise, sane QUICK to act, equal m. 5* *' *!

who Is to be the true being that ve meting justice to all offenders. Titus' Sobolara..Kyae!: 4 OA day."t ., mob as'nasal eaUrrbfpelvte
I all should b. must learn first to only can it retain tbe respect of the .. =- OeTinflamed andaoreand-lt neglected are iIDcIlallammauoe CI&tUOcI byfnlb r

yield primacy In all departments In governed. And we on'our part are : ) apt to cause trouble. Leonardo's Golden CUt IBS Ills' -. eyes, sore throat and
life to ripe years full of wisdom and not to'turn to "wild Justice", when JJ"1 Eye Lotion onres sore eyes without pain la ,by dlreetloeal treatment. Its cur
Cue day. 'Cools heals and strengthens. Be ALL' power over thus. &.roublel" extra-
not but
the laws to taste
The wbo are our
noble -experience. man .
and Immediate
, gives relief.
for "Leonard It makes a'roDSeYH. ,
... positive ,_...
his where rather to the ballot box.,there to see t Led of
pushes way into places reserve '. ..ot" Guaranteed r'money,, refunded. n women are wring and reo-
be to it that goodlaws and the right A.s TrialheiaeUe AlAl It .verr d.,.< IIC eents at
should very properly, . 'lJ1A'" :'Urugglats Milo it at So eta. or forwarded IMsorb,lDalLRem D1btor.hc>........
I shown will sooner or later find that men are set up over us to rule. a prepaid on receipt of vrloe 'by 8. B.'Leom HEARD !N CHICAGO.Ella <;X>STB YOU NOTHUiO TO TBYIT. ,
'cheek doesn't >' .*.*. checks, but rather But all honor for law la bound up' \ .- .ttCIIIIo0,1. . ardi Co., Tampa-Tla. - ,: U. PAXTON.CX>..Bee""y, .Ma.. rAt207) ; + y
-Well one doesn't .
rebuffs. with our early Idea.and teachings .: tArMx ,
and In the homo should befound tbe every.,day.
I We must In our youth.' yield w ,HER MOTIVE. .
honor, respect, obedience: and deference source of respect for law. 1 1 \tL.ttt nt 'Captain Joba Bmlth WAS stammering .-BteUa.-No, 'only'every I : other ( i i53WEET'BL
to those who lead us worthilyIn .
the home. He wbo would lead .. ,.. -- his gratitude. && &;.a..a..A. .& & .a && &&...&.

must learn to obey. He who would Forgetfulness and, Forgiveness.An :, >spon7 tydaai _epg>iL ;V' "Don't meoUon it," returned Pocabonita ,

:gain honor must grant honor The old man lay on his dying bed., ; : : .' .*.' "I'' had to .get. .In the. Jamestown OO.DHOU CJ4AM" ,
of other Beside him'' were three of his eons. -t. t I
who wish tbe respect :
,man Exposition. *">*
o AND y'MS'y '>* v-ii i o<< >,' Dl i !
, men must first of all be respectful.A Tile father, had- taken each of his --- Once again was 'mere mania estimate ;

:: little) yielding of the point or place boys by the hand,-and had spoken his -- taken aback.' BREAD'- "
of his Importance ; ;
t't to age does no man any harm. Deference last words of loving advice and fare- i : -
, delightful either young well. When he bad finished, one of r r New:,York .Bun. ."":; : ,--

or old. the boys leaned over the dying man forgiveness ,.-. -....-,...... : : :Jr _
emotion asked
1o and with much -
It Isn't at all necessary for me : .h ,
'Argo Argo -Argo Argo 'Argo 'Arfo
for harsh words spoken
point to our youth the wrecks upon any z'
With a'look of unutterable . Argo Argo Argo Argo. .._
the shores of life wbo are monuments In the past r ''Side and CentreLAROC t.AjjGYJ.. _'
love, the father replied: "Oh o.Jz'- _
.. to dishonorable actions in the
. !Iome. The gutters and the jails are my' boy I forgot It all long ago!" Atlas, t Tam OTHBRTEND; OF ir."-.-... .:
When the prodigal' (you'and I) returns Engines .
Q '
all too full of men and women who .Customer: "Wbo is that .lady your
to obey to respector and confesses his Bin, he finds a
refused to honor clerks are trea.tJne.wtth eo much def. -1.i
it all
that his Father has forgotten TOOK ::
*-* to listen. : -' .
.r euce. OO
ago.While the confession Is
ment On the forces other en hand ethical', the'command duty on the- still on, the penitent's lips. .be is restored rmdty, KschlM mid Briar web sri Stm* JUx, BootZUller; '"Thatt 'Ob, that'a'Mrs.: a.. .. .. d 1

J parent. Many times'men become to sonshlp" rh..lta. AVOVCTA, GA. Latest She is one of our six best 1i: : ,
'c ,.
mismanagement re.- , buyers-Pu k. ii .
criminals because of parental e ,
and lack of sound . A Little at, a Time.-1 ,A SLOW READER. \ a.. 4

and pure l leadership In the home. How often do we,sigh fo'r'opportu- ,Ur, KtramOften; ".1 thought the NO RELIEF FOR 15 YEARS: ,. -

Honor be to whom honor Is due. nities of doing good whilst we neglect door bell :rang a few minute ago." ; lit i

The man or the woman who demands the openings of providence In lit- Mrs. ,Hlxra: Often: "So It.,did. and All Sorts of Remed es.FaI1o!!. '&o Cure .s. I

honor from a child must be honor. : tle' things, which would frequently Bridget' anjiwered !It." Eczemo: -Sufferer Tried Collcura : -1 _

able-that Is to say worthy of honor. lead to tbe accomplishment of most Mr. Hiram Offend "But wbat'a keep'tug and Is Itnlirely'turcd."l' i ",.. r
Parents must be respectable before' Important usefulness J- .
., '
have had for' fifteen .. ;
rClema over
h they shall merit or gain theIr chile Dr. Johnson used to say "He who her so long? ; .. .. "
have tricl all\ of remedies f
and aorta
'dren's respect waits to do a great'deal of good at Mrs. Hiram Often! : "A postal card. :year, I. S..1
but without arail. 1 staled
the due of that man wHo do Good la to relieve. me, t'' 7 j
lObedlecce: : Is once will never any. p'robablr'tP,6lladelphlaaPren. friends
lo ;. and be
ca e < one Jof'my
my a.n
doesn't contravene'the moral law or done by degrees. However small in. A ". : '
recommended th. Kemedie 1 The ; ? '
-' CjiUcura OriJinar'Bre.k Plug Tobacco: .-
'the laws of common sense-and tbe proportion the benefits which follow ver.lUed

:due of him alone. Ace deserves deference individual attempts to do good a The' Alaska Packers Association-- ,bought lie them uniuccemlul with tl;. thought with the thnt'lhwould olhrn. .. , rand" 'of North Carolina.:: Flue-Ctired'Tobe...cccp
have ,
the basis of years so deal. thus be accomplishedby .liberated from their hatcheries .
not on great may *' <
But after using them 'for'a few' weeklt.J. .Showing a CAINjEYERV YEAR airicelin/ oduee1G'IMITTED
much as on the basis of wisdom. perseverance even In the midst of In Alaskjcr up to 190, over three ;
many' times responsible disappointments. ,hundred ajid : noticed to'my surprise! the irritntlos '
Parents are more discouragements fifty-one mOTon, S51v '
aDd I peelioe lot ; the al a. -gradually ,.dtcreaaed : I
,1 INsTYLE >
for the lack of honor that -Crabb. 000,000) : aalnaon ibe1r !
t >>- young ; Fortmann' anujlinally, after using fire calces UTIIQtljjjJHgr
than the .
them are -
show 'M. 0
children '
Is '
j r. the
;largest rT
i the' of Culicnra Soap: and two boxes of Cutieura T.VVVTVYV'VY
V 'V 7'Y 1
Honor In YY
children tbemselvea. many Invisible Force. YT
The, .. ,Ointment it disappeared" entirely ''f .'
minds begins and stops with ..obe God hates the sin but loves the slniier .. feel like a'aew. -pan, and would I ..It'
to think zd. : 9w
\ dience. Many parents seem -loves him that Is, as a maD not, THE PARTY .lijffll. gladly .-recommend- e remedies to all CRESCENTANTISEPTIC t : Jt
of the individuality -
that the subjection In ,his.character ot a sinner. God who are afflicted with skin diseases, DavidJiluiu ,, I ",
whIm and 'willIs -,' .QREATCSTt HKAI.KR..KNOWM' TO 8CIBNOC.
to their ,
of a child 'humanity In spite of. not because 'TWlty 4i fR'youl come; to >
loves _BWrtyi N
; .
Box 'A'Bedtoe''StaUop' : ,
:Iagas matron and
the ,um and total of: obedience. He would " _NOD PoieoDoaa;Nea Initatiag 'Allays 1
of its wrongdoing. Ote, an let m. In, / Kov. fl IDOlS, "
400r- \ .
1 Obedience consists In becoming; as of: ,, pain from ear as possible If possible, love the wrongdoer out ;1 :\3VU:: ,rjj,, "bo1114I1*t.,.' pT.7e\ Our > , sweet milk. dues burns inataatlyl euree'okl gad lekrceue aoree; ,,, '
themselves ii ,
much like ft ,
'were ,.,
into decency'sanity, not for the rough
t" his stn love him seasibere L"
. think. ChlW neighbor was talking to SM>m.bedy ADdJ'w..M eurel .onas and inflammation from any cause on man or
some parents seem to righteousness The lovetot God lsx + t wduld be. no .reliable test of aman's' 'I ,. lewl.urs'ahoi.r.or'e,>ee4ves.. .roupFnaustaeuea' ,,.. .
I' dren cannot be held down In ,that not, a. mere empty sentiment but/n : :, Sloe'piDz.," Cletaland plain, c-r--i.' "'''_ .. ,' .

f'" -matter. Freedom'' must be allowed an'iavisible.foree which makes fw, Dealer., .. seamanship?: ", 1. _Ihra. .t ....ell n.-c-r _i XfrLbr OmxstcxJivcHKMiaAa. COW-n...r. ....... ......

'f for the exercise of Individuality'andpersonal holiness and ultimately for happtress.Ram's /, . 'J'.r.> '
, preference) and bent Obedience Horn. "

; must ,be ,glvenaud "required\: '

is only when a' moral principle Jsif at the' liner Saneta...,'. 11
In ,
.i stake or the best interests of a child i
make it necessary that"- parental au- None but a wholly the.moat.hoIY'' placeof :h *iIIiKI U tJ
'thorityipe,enforced; But the unreasonable can comelato: ,
li' exercise :of endue .communion 'with God In. the inner : 1

their I' 8&nctulU'J'-HaJlnu. Whltall-; -
exhibit In
which many reople '-

bs' home Ute'" pitiful" .-, and Ii the more. smt....... 1 --,; ........ .1 .. *es.v t "' ''.ugtrr a gtli, tree Slrtf_ ;.. VN r Q OREO.S;,MAIR .R11TORER.r10./ 11LOp. r.fal,.., 'jI'j'Ii C8! 0' _

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'- --- whleh Corporal
.......,.... ) ... oldtdme'tiRor. rubVoMD CHARTER OF THB..KUMIMMKBLUMBER : orllabilltleiU thin wW- O' 1 -
} any on*Mm*.object 'Itoalf- hall b*Two Hamlr4:1 'O"RS.ALL
'. .i Mr. lleacli of turpentine. ,dl.tlnc CXJHPAWr. I and FIllY Theoeaad Dollar ($% .ooooGO). : L1QU i

IJers' at Walter. jack Simmons . tlr..t-.u... Arts.\.y. Th._.and ......_ of MW. ;
i Nett : tlon! ,accOl p"al.d by t TI. lIIottt.......... ... .
) aubaeriblnllatorw tortbr with the nunber
of the Drawdy lat week, /. PUHIOM .f twmnlitt iMarpantod areas .
rihf .
i was a guest .o
of hare*eflta Capital vetock" aobeeribod byaah r
.;Reported Weekly by O. I. C. J ThamaU member of the family. Joined I UM .l4
.......................:. him In a hunt after turpentine tlmbeIn Article,\ |. Th munt ft this C&rowmtkHi .hall .Kama A.ear"Iaa Reeldenee,".- Fla. .N...of. .Share.C. .. .1st..
the swsmpsre fa* KIwlmiM LumbM' Comimny. IU prlselpalt
corYQipnndent has len runtlatln ) and Grumbler Uelreare !. .ffle" .h.$ In th. Town of KUilmnMM City J. A-Cranford JaekMmrlll, . .'J'
e Idlers'tow/ .. .. ., . ..
W M William Jaeluonvlll" Fla UD.ULMley
for the loft t.wo"(1 on lh considers., rU\ ,und ,Ira.....1_ .h.ll b eonduetod. i. eUicr
.. .
nOIi'p.t.rollhlld to any .KlMlmmo" *. Fla .. . .. :...U
bankfof beautiful swam plans_ 'la th. But of norfclm.' Mid lrwhnttinwch ..... .. . ., ,"... .
verdant our We *xi.nt at pl'f'.nThe ,member I eIII_ ....n.h... MmckM. or olh.rwUM . M.KtU KlMlmmo' *. . .Je:H.
which the recent! rain Have renders experimenting onvnln't.Arttok H.C,8tonford K""m_ Fl*. . ... .. ...\.tfI
g of the bmeball. club are mmr) b*neon .srr or .. .. .. .... .
of the. derv N. B.Canon Kl almmee.f la SO +,
tlmlenlxens .
ocessabl and .. of th txuliMwtn
to ..n.ral| nature
The shotgun I. Th '
In agriculture ...
D. C. ..*. KbMlmmM.FU ,f., .....IIf.
Our. eltUnns still display t certsli.AmouuV n rifle brigade are out of bualne and b*tmn uit.d by said.>n shall b* to l1, llryan' Klanlmmee' FbI ... ... .... .
build. and opr t w-mllU. i>Unln. milk' ,
.. C.r enthusiasm. over. railroad! he hook and flue division disbanded. dry-kiln, turpmtln* .till,.* and .....Ir apBurtontu W. B. Maklnoen KUnlnnme, Fta . .. ... ....1C
y 'r ;pros|>e U( but the. busy IMHI lieu I, bHld i iE IJunter' raradlve U again I Invaded ( >.. irwn-ivMdi and lovrlnr plants to buy.nunufMttur O. O. alclean.Kkulmme_. . *. Fl* ., ... .. ., . .,.20J.ELupfu Eqho Br rln fty: ( ) '
... . . .. ...
>l anted by an' Idle dronnwho fills" and interesting results", may be ex *. Mil and othr.U* d.*.J In lumber.hlntlM KlulmmaFI.. .' .I I...Wla' *R Ky.... .._ \ \
upt 8' I* Lupfe Kea. ........, Fla. ....10Witn. Wilnon Kye. .
", V- to prop rlf-fulfill bU mission, conn.. pelt.N. ( lumil .ler..i d mirchmndU. of alt ... the hand and ....*oIl th. said Incor.porator .. J. W. Harper "" / \
klndit' to bur. OPTU and nail r w-hn U and Jaa. K. Pr !
1 'quotly 'tbft Information .r.oolvecl l li. "ThliJxslnjr court day will ho com IUh. .m..t to fiurehu. own sad hold Und. timber *. Hnlare Hultlmore ::: \ i
formerly 'but. in my. this week. ... .. .. ... C, A.CARSON. hull Hunter BalUmClN /\ ,
not a* Md M petlod to close for and timber prlrltov .by d. 11m. |>*rmlt Old Prentice Rye, Ia
, Ury always Mellon tut"lo.s.0111'.. pro or other form of eontr.ct.. and to MIL mortcmv J. A.CRANFORD. JS-I] 8 Feathers R).... :
H f that the Tile !Smile erotharwlif" dln..oMof the ""'.I 10 bun kLq iulp, W. M. WILLIAM, (Beall riermont Rr. ... :
rel lk our
I pU itlll rrtaln 1.11.) > K. I. LESLEY,S..IJ( ] tha.e'a Malt, ..
baby' own... cMnt.d clt.for utorworwtrdlns;or ....... !
tr will t"ln/ the company" 1.0.form.\ .. That n-on't. come off? appear* on M. KATZ tSeel) neolallv for ..
bottle of White'sCream oth.r purpoMii' to_III... hold UM. mortgsas. ale ..... :.......
ReftorU ar. .H thst. .Uio parlle to tin. face after f one. the great warm 1 ItwM ...ll and convey property, ran and Dononil, II. O. 8TANPORD. (Seal) Wood Orninty > / j '
Verin n* N. n. CARSON SeaIJ Maker's XXXX It /
't original survey 1iV born bought off that smileon.haby's bond of oth.r corpormttonn '. .yXdKemont
medicine; Why not keep D. C. I.EE; {Seal] (ureei
for one year and Hist at. the ex|>lra:? fare. It you keep this to.borrow monoy and by mnrtaundaaL N. C. BRYAN (Sallw. ) _rWhl.keo ".: )
Cream! Clf K..ntu. ! ) ,
to Meur debt, bond or other obll tlontbnrofori \
{ ] work will\ Ixvln, medicine on hand, you will never II \
tlonoflliat iwrloci MAKIN80N. ISetq Cn ra<1eT anything else... but\ smiles on his to. rertHv printnt for the VcplUItook Golden Heal .. .. (
While Oil* leaven u. with "hope de. are face Mr'". H-Hlackwoll, O\t\n\ \ .. of ihli' Company In money or property of a '. II'' O. C.MeLEAN. SeaIJ Old Jew..,..._... .. sr
J.K. I )
erred ItdnnM'" not, produce that hear{'' lust valuation to be fl.*d by the Board of I>lrw' : Kentucky Dew .. '
writs; 8. t.. I.UPFER. .. .
(rsaiJ RedrnpW.
sleUnos, which l.\latO"flnt\ J JIf credited "My baby wn ,pevlnliand fretful, torn; to nwk contract of all and 'overy kind In. 1..I"nt, Florida. Mark Rote. ,. .. : /
with. Would not. cat and I (oared ho wnultllc. vMent to and for Ih. lurth..t1..r Jt* pnrpow County: O.c.ola.Ilafr. .(I I Dalar Maid .. .. i
and lHi.ln... Inoludlnc) entrant between the mill INH6 baltlmnr* Kyi \ !
\\'hlt.e' Cream
< I uHI.el Our new merchant. Messrs. TIIIWtlln rmlfuire and hn ha not. had amok Oorpontkne'and Indlvlduali and other Corpora. of Florida pereonallv appeared C. A. Carai.>....J. 1'urltan lye .. t
'arit new In the hrlght of their lay mncp. bold by llobcr{ on'. I'har tonal! tomakoeurh bylaw a* may be deemdlast Cranford. W. M. William.. V. I... Leelcy. M.KaU. Golden, Cream . ) / I

} .101'''. U. I. .!-1' hoe. not. vet hid nn miicy, '- and tonerally to exerctoe all power* tneld.ntbth.anduetand .II. C.Stanford.N. B. Canon. D. V ..... (1.,1..0.:.. .. *.. ....." :/
putiweM of the bimlnnuofakl I O. C. Mcl_... J. '
) Mklnon.
N C. Bryan W. KenntgkvTavern
I Inmlnemicapaolty
opportunity of lni\oilnirth. .' "The oid World and Its Ways.:' Corporal, and to have. ..ore .. and rnj ., E. Irtjpfer.S, L. upfer well known to mo ad Brook Hill ( .
of the former; but ,In. well) all rUthto"" power and prMliwei of Corporatlnn known to be th. Individual.. dcrlbd and..... Overhaltbottisd bond) .. \ (

pleased jrllh the manners antI general This the title of B now and' i>rofuncly omnliod and extallns'under and "y virtue of the executed th* fortwolnir Charter, and Mvorallyacknowledged '.eoll..wl.aJ> .. .... /

appearance of tile Utter. Tin I'm.porll.lm : ilhiMtratftd book by Col. \VI1: law of the But of Florida.Article .to and before mal)that they. executed i old Crow.........._..
Vhlt Oak (.
.. The Capital lock autnorlMd shall
sUll control the bulk of Dian Jennings llryan recounting; his( the aam for the UMM and purnone therein whiskey" ) .. ..
and! ...On Hundred Thousand DMIara' (a1Q.OI1U.IIOI.) xpreeaod.In Kentucky: [Tide. ..
Whittles rado. noted journey around the earth vhlMd' Into one thouund (neon) ah area of the par wane* whereof I have hereunto aet my : :: :: : :

Two accidents during one w.'clt 1 1i a through Europe: which wn!.'.o widely valii of On. Hundred Dollar (1100,00)) ash hand and affixed. my official neat I at Kbalmmee.. Malt Whisky

remarkable tptah In the historythese heralded' through the American frets, Notice* than Thlrty-dv Thousand Dollar of County Oeceola. thla tsth day of June A. 'D.I'llI' .
snout American M.IL.
ud| lock ahall b*paid for In carii. Th batan
and divcrlptlvo ROMA THOMAS
a The book 1 I. an Illustrated I. miry Pare Halt
i of our metropolis, but eventsYour may b* loud In payment of properly labor or NotaryPublloState ofFlorida.tfar... Hanche Malt.
r, occurred within that J period. Cltlxen record of lint journey, which ..........*at a jnt valuation" to he fixed by the Dl.nctera ISeall Mr Commlulon expire. February St. 1911. \ .I

S Arch. In an attempt clinlodiro H. U. .o memorable, In current. htatory.Tln ; Domestic '
Journey embraced a period pf 1& Article. The. term for which. aU Corporation
cost from an obitlnato headed, nail,
covered 1 all,'t ,enatlnna uliallexlat ahall. ninety-nine ((11II1 year FOItCE"TSA" OPPOKTUKITYI
claimed and practlchlly<< :
broke line larjfo lamp by- year Art"Met. Th. bualnoia of Mid Corporation Ttooth': Old Tom I

lIla wife, much to that, lady'a dlncoin* of the earlli. hall be managed by a President. a Vice Tnil.dent "THE OLD WORLD Booth'Plymouth* Dry(tin Oln.,...,. ::::: 1 / ,

_ fltur '...>wl. Johns, In liantlly atli-' Cole Hryan traveled with. camera :. Secretary a Tn-aeurer.and a Board of IXor \. 'outhorn Holland
and pencil' and' not only! described, Inbrilliant'phraret .-'( *of not more than *ev.n (71 member The tell UlnOordnnOln. . .. . "
1 ring a row whip| likewise' broke\ a .... AND ITS WAYS. . ,. ;
ofV\ of Treaurer be held
wbalhoaaw, but fur : may by .
( while I OlD 1-hn.phaM
fiddle wllllsms
,, ,
he name pereon sod the number Director reduced Mobil Buck . :
.l calf with the ther IllunlrateirijU journey by photograpba. -nv- 1>evtl; Inland .
Tootr a playful to not ICM than four (.1) If th* bylaw MprovM >

".* of.a 1'01'4wal thrown violently Tln' photograph constitute I .. The Dim-tor ar* empowered to del. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Wolfe'. . ..
to the RI'OIIntnlI bsdlr hurt. i. striking ,?1101'11"t'C"f'ntal.lon\ and sat to any one or Wmre. of the officer of the Conenllack Gin .
lend especial interest to the book Company the power to employ 1 airento and me'vanta fWNow IVadvfor Sot Icitora. Redi14n0Gin '
. . fl.
Uuby willie unlnor whin on .
past., Th..nnu.I.I" for the election ofofficer
They number :240! ( and they ahow In 576 Imperial Octavo Pare Oar 200 Superb lludcrwood'a Old
by' the. etockholden of the. )
a refractory chicken who appeared toM Company ahtll \
taken by Mr.
picture the world a* lie saw It. They ha held on th* ant Wednesday of July each Encravlnc from photosrapha t;
remain, In 111 \home.received Imported
Inclined .
... Dryan.Recount. ; : ::: ::
constitute jual that many striking thla data. may b* rhanned by the bylawa.
I ft ..""1'(1 cut from a pair ofolaiort world and hla vlaIta ,
around the i
itockhoMera ahall meet the *his' trip
elah\.h 01AulN.
t .. of the people of all en day .. '
Object which" la became, ... ... to all nattona. The WllliamlIV.
tome l
way ,, D. OT..aCKI elnnie.FIa.. for .the. Tbo are waltinr t for It. .Inn
In Uielr cities, towns sodvillage.In er written.
entangled' in the,lah All j> tlcsar countries first annual meeting of the Comnany for the nor Th aavnfa .ha --t'T; HUH BI-Bend I Hack and White
doingwell but the lampsthey occupation\ theirbomea everyday pas Clr omnUIn MM Coiroratlon. adopting; by. fifty eent to cover mallinsand handllna: Iain OunvUl.lrls6 and Hal* :::: :: i f
law*. elecHnc. for the trancactjtin PUB. CO..
., to book will. Interest everv reader THE THOMPSON
don't seem improve anr.Tb The
of aueJi other .....1_a. may be properly considered The Very
drought ha been u a unique> presentation of a wonderfully ; .... . ... ST. LOUIS. MO. .
roof n sujwrosded by Urn .tl. Until the to baelected '
tnterestlng; Journey. lIs sold _. ._ ____ __ .. .. ,
00 -
th lint u
by copious, rain and potatoplaatinll sol letters. The Thompson at election shah be elected and \
It in order The ground only .qualify the buaineM of thla Corporation shall hoonductd W1L.L.SON Wllke County, N, J.
St. Louis M. JR.,
appear I'ublUhln Company . J Old H arre.t. W. c. |
publishers.Tltey by UM foltowin* named officer C. A.areon . .. .
to thoroughly satura'ted Mo., are t.hllot'c.un&At Maple Com
y aa Freatdent and Treaaurer J. A. Cran- ..
Calawba Valley ,
with water and Moudland 10dlllo'nlat. advertise for agents In another. ord.. Vie,,"-Itt.8. 1. loapl. ..Secratarynd ( NOTARY P>>RLIC... l Elk Valley. . . .. : ;

'.. us no hope ol a discontinuance column ot'thl Issue.Abraham _ C. A.Car,
At the Drawdy mansion all U He tlaicolVasa / 1 lam*. 8.U Uipfer. II. L. .dey. M. X W and. H. Agent. Imported
l*,Stanford..Dirertore. Du.-t'll9II .. .....
The "Patriarch !1- t I
{ 1'IDI. quietly reek wbo- against all odds. XXXX
? \ man lennee.7 ,
lor'under his' own porch roof sod or attained. the highest honor a man Mart/11 XXXX. .. '

'aagtj tr M. .John till\ remains under could Kt In the United. State Hal-) _u

tha fttiohtntlnff{ aixlU I offTh lards place horehound never' equallrd Syrup by has any attaineda other r 1li alluAtatkrAe stir r6udk AA6.!aauer_ tnek.eralc Mfi H.; : : !

II'Ia of this part of the world like "lIIed It. la a sure cure for <

art vlawlnr with a cautious and au.- Coughs, Colds. Dronehltls,, Jnflucnta 11r fie'i ""
the various political and all Pulmonary disease Every S. & Co. + T
eye prrparatlona mother should keep supplied with this i R. Floyd
for. thl' approaching ,campaUm. woodertulcougb medl(' 11''''. Sold by i i

\ W.t and dry, prlmarlM, Uobersoo' rharmacy.Patronlx f 4 JUG :
ohool and general cleotlona arc to be
home! Industry by getting .
crowded into next: 'e...'. 363' day, your bottled soda from the home fat t. ;:," :"', : _ 'GROCERS.V', '. ,., .,., : It d dairyr3 ,1
and the qtloni' Inrolrad.\ arc numer U>rv. Call up 12ft and your ord.rawill t " I"'. .,. : ta 1
oua. Tha .tA-II1It' measures adoptedby be properlT. filled.\ ;'.' lt; I : '>> -Jr.' 7>>r tI I

the dry In attemptlntr prervntpacka ; ,n", . .: J, A. LANCA"TQ,. . ik FiRM NEW.\\600DS"\ tJ;, I
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*' from befog brought Into this ...nttd ." ,,' ,- -! J

; ountry by.common carrier, supposed '" Itt cc T : f

? tooonaltt of llqaor I U eVrelyoen Live Sandhill Cranes, Otters, 'Wood Full Line of High Grade Fresh .. 1I

; '. rd and U creating a distrust of thepartUaln Duck' and Dl; |Fox Squirrel Ilbjrhnrlcea
Family and Groceries .
4 Fancy
question which 'will bMreraly paid. Dr. Cecil French, NatualUt 4:

y" dealt with In the tutti.... The Washington, D. C, jlr S _-m If FREE DELIVERY .. I t II

,cltlrant ot XV'hlttler cl..lmba' the -- 5 i

tompwanc peonte... preparing their PuiSic NoUoiHavlnff 4I i !
Prices lUglit Kiss.niiiiec Fla.If
I J i
'Now i
own bed, and tf \they make It ot thorn purchased the fiDe racing 5

they will\ hays to. submit to the roo eqvwkCM italhon "Dr, Worth" from O. A. "
w ot their,, own 'tolly. By plao- Dearh I now offer his services to the "Jf"iT!! *wt"1F'f3F f_4'R'Rif'iF'fP'w. 'w' tP

'log unu,t r..trlettons on the rlfthtaot public. Term on acplicatloa. i :
WALTER lUss, Sa.
our people they have the opportu d
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a 'alty toehup our. original\ yote aDd Notia. .State Institutions for Higher Education.. e

end u. unanlmcualy to the opposite I' I

party. \V. TOMdth, dry ticket b All parties havtce cattle In my t tl

oause ire were diaati.t.d'with xlat. pasture, known* Mill tiloujrb pasture
herebv. of the State of Florida I Florida Female I a
P lot condition, but now wVare beoom- them, by are JuM.Soth.;) requested remove University. i CotleeeTAUABASStX. t. b

1 tag dl jp .ta with the radicalism of : -t H "RY SILAS. GAiNKsynox.: FUA. .TtA. I Ji

those .boa ,wa formerly, aupoorted.PaclcatM A high trade institution\ for voun-i A College for women without a parallel I r-

ot say deecrtption cent to for S le. men, offering Ltterarj, Scientific Kolne In the South embracing Col- I : e,
ot School for
leg* Arts
MaUkvta\ of Rlsaimnw.caa put without large lots on lat..trnnt\,;; at << *riD r. Arrtcaltural and FVdajrog Teacher. .Scboolof Industrial Arts, .I,

question or ecruUay, but Imply 75.00 tadM.. Wnxso.< .. JR. leal Covrsea. a School of Fine Avis Including: I I
v baoauM w. reside at .> distance and Strong FacultT; well equipped I.ab- piano. pipe onrsun Ttollo, Toloe coltoy S $2 to $3 "
Koike.Seven oratories thorough Instruction, boUt iih
art compelled! to rectr, our goods by ; elocution and phyaM1U1'e..
..... theoretical and practical, careful sue A faculty of able specialists in all
.connon carrier It U taken .... Ndke I.It to aU MId'[ '
a ,
1 wrTlstoa and discipline\ ; high moral I UII
k New M......seism.. C,1M.M .terry departmenw. :
Uc of by 'a set ot wleeacrea wtloaides N. PeO.r...u.....,M press.s one TCmON FREE. Charges for special ' .
to eotoro" ,* teM rea which artttnjttat auttNetk ld,w th..darai.d,wlttta two No tuition charges to Florida auarieat instruction In fine arts reducedto

and.xinr.a onabW: it w. .... bylaw.....,....u.._ Qtbr expenses rery low a minimum. New butldinn in 1 dim: ,
a bj ct to a, poser chose deapoUam Uto wWbW MIM4:UI4 aJI.-tadebad.....I.s For catalogue and<< other Inforaa- OlIne ot -construction. Writ for bter
..w ate Manly neon/ make.......... Uoo address catalogue.A. .
n control or action ", I\b. disregard _-at wtaa the............. i l lr
tot tndlTUttal' rights I that w. !
may poe- Mayb1h,11R.I. ANDREW SLEDD, Prcs. MURPHREE, Pros.Don't CU
Ma, then let U know trow what .U IXOTK1t5TKXIT. ,
'soars that dopotlan la.1ttMa.4 and A.EotMe. \ b..5. l.TT M. rtUr.1 .. ldlr.ct1
--..... I tra
noT forward with a determination W.J. sae.AST' 1M ............... i .. .
oruab.tN parpatreltxe> XVet or
cal It what 1M my.bat liberty and i I 1IEBDRSIIOMtJQ HALBmmNs Sit.

.iadaperteacev eqnal Nits to all, jaI Notice. I ad

our battle eI'lu4 X ear not. I will N.uw I.......**-tie ta.Bea4efNOTICE. fit:
sotbelbse that the voter* of! :our 1-Mrl --a wa vast. ..chef hIar l5. d
oounU are toac0 Quietly anbeait tohav 1.ts.tts..__et Mri.. -uV i t wj

tbalr Piths trwapled wpoa.Thara ........t MMl 111M......i aam p.... Boy Old Time Pattetns.L-.. pen
sins et ..w..l -. (brad. 4 .... eJrmalgAamrwef
am'a Hw b.Ulow>T ate4 .IndlvUaala Tu_. WE bu,

uaoor .ldt who'. know M InUe'. ..s ws.. M a... vas taM ,

about" meihoda to be adopted.. agoose .........,........J.v.m..tux's. Get the Ladies Home :Journal inn

doa abort Nebo. a4 torthlaoUaaot Ieb.,. wALT>d aLS .Its.o L'Iarc
lndl,M'-U I !aa only w.e' L --,0-.7 rau. patterns. Exclusive styles, perfect, Br 1DJc,

<, ,s'Tstlar htcu.... \MJ.... aost I
..M.M 40." fitting, thoroughly up-to-date.. You

"o*, DaaoeratbOeltw U lae aUtpa II'A'. ; 01
._. ._ .... .. can :theSe at.bur counter.. bet
c d.elae: tiwaurp Lsd load',,hots b.doe's.serel -- n.Ma" get pattern, alAa.aa
I .. et taCaofas -_.r,.w wr.. t_a.Q r....r Price : 16 and : cents. .' j. f'Pbane ,beiI
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