The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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

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The net earnings last year of $703-'
OF GOOD ROADSAn September 25 Will Be '
Florldlaas at the'.EXpOliltioa.'The Florida. cent. Un the money actually 'invested' ,Resident new .Living last '
jf to be exact again' -nine and a This JJttte Invited to Attend ,",
Article Published Ten Years Tampa Times says that Sep- ah Ing.season opened with a half : ,. (
The Tallahassee cent plus
teraberJSJ.wIll. "Florida" day' at rush last Thursday. Everything was Sun's Explanationof Her Old Home Week, I

Applies Equally as Well the Jamestown Exposition Preparations In readiness; and the hustle attendant Mr. flagler's Sadden'Retrenchment ' This looks good to me. I Maryland; Is. sending Invitations to ,
Today. are being made to have a suitable upon the beginning1 of work produced So good In fact thajb.. I am looking' her sons and daughters scattered everywhere .
,. .J'fri. celebration at the Exposition on gratifying results, For the weekending ' around to.'aDother .reason for Mr* to come to a grand reunion,

,The Editor Valley Gazette, that day, something that will center .yest.erdaYlUornlnlr, the shipments .In an authorized interview given to Parrots suspension of work order, and is making extensive preparationsto
Dear Sir: the attentiOD'of visitors' from other amounted to seventeen car- a representative of one of the papersMrhich besides the one given out, which if I give them a week of right royal entertainment -.

Your'paper has long been a supporter state, so that this state will, receive loade'In bulk: and 113 barrels aggregating the East Coast Railway owns, remember correctly was neoesslty'for' when they come. .Old
I of /good roads and now there all of the benefit that it is possibleto 430,600 pounds. Shipments Mr. Parrott, general; manager of what retrenchment legislatures because the aim of the I Home'Week covers the date.,. October '
I seems to be a feeling on the part ot obtain from such an occasion., hereafter are not likely to be so large; I. known as the East Coast System of was to put more taxes: on ,, 13 to 18,.and there will-not" be a
our people towards doing something: ,, Thomas J, I... 'Brown as a fair commissioner the opening is always signalized by Railroads and hotels, announces that lecrease railroads and the disposition to moment of that time that will not
to Improve our.moans of transportation. from Florida has tbe' 'mat. big shipments. Dealers .are meeting a general arrest of development.plans their, earning capacity by thrill with the spirit of hospitality for-
.. Our neighboring counties are ter of preparing tho program to hand with a ready demand and prices are has been decided upou. "' trying to reduce rates.No which the Old Line State is famous, ;

all dotng.great work with' their clay Mr Brown la his usual energetic and air.Punta, Gorda,Herald. ., In another article appearing a 'dayor legislature except the Florida The celebration will Include a nu'm

roads, especially Orange county and thor.gugbmatter, got to work early B, M. Stephens the'popular orange two' later.In ,the same paper the East legislature. cuts any Ice with the her of spectaular features In'this,city,
very little remains now to be done to and while In Jamestown this. summer buyer of Lakeland\ was here this weeknspectlng : St. Augustine Record the public Is Coast.If suchjas an electrical pageant, a grand,
put us on the clay line from Kissim discussed the mannert.horoughl with the crops .on AlligatorCreek Informed that work on the Pest Coast the last one aimed. to put) more I military and naval display, a < mee. to Sanford the intervening space the managers of the exposition. He He says he Is not acquaintedwith shops will stop; taxes on railroads its aim' was poor, tug of patriotic societies, a ,parade
being (only twelve miles- of which, has arranged with the railroad for aVery the condition of the crop through Mr. Parrott retrenchment is powerfully poor It put on a raeas- and ball ,by the fraternal orders,''s>,, .
three lu Oaceol:oount.\. low and says ley little tax of $10 a mile which will : big concert
are rate covering this date, out; DeSoto county, but.he has 'heard necessary-on account of the increasedcost a- night Sarnlvsljetc. '
In.I ,,,IcIng over the old files of the I it will bov to the.' Interest of'those an estimate given of over 450,000 of labor and materials, and the decrease the. net earn Ings''exactly ,There will ..llIo. -'pec.1al-pn.rlm- ;
Valley Gazette I came"across the following 'r ptaunlng a trip to the exposition to boxe.'for the coming season. From increased cost of operation due to the $5,000. age to Annapolis on Peggy Stew. t
article written byvme 'on' May wait until this rate is in effect. This personal observation and from r*> Dece..l provide separate' accommodation 'If the last legislature tried'' to force art Day,. which falls. on Old' Home !

20, 1898; and which'appUe. Just as rate will be 918.30, and will be .ef. ports he heard; he thinks the coming in' stations ,for whites and rate reduction,' it' didn't tryhard. Week. _..
well now as It did at that time.C. fectlve September 23, good for ten TOP.of the State will' be 25 per cent negroes, loss and damage acts, eta;. enough for It reduced them' aar,' a; The visitors to the. capital will h.Yjt .
MARINO. ; days. The tenth day, however, will, less than that of last year. He says required bo th. new state and Interstate red.My a'c1 ance to inspect the magnificent
HARD ROADS. be the date of commencing/ the return hat maoyarrowers are holding" their law, and the expense of, lltlga-; guess on )fl'. ''Par roll's' suspension new buildings of the. United ,States
; trip, not the date for ending It. fruit for $1.50 a box on the "trees. Ion made necessary to protect rev.flues. .- of extension and atop. work in Naval Academy and the remodeled
1 "'The.persistent advocacy of .this' It Is expected that a- large";.number Punta Gorda Herald. ,."" shop orders, is primary". time is com-. State House of historic. associations., ,

PA.-.r: for'Eood* roads_ must prove a6ic of'Florldiana will be present on Flor- John H. Powell, a DeSoto countyarmer The St.'Augustloefecordmsnagedby. "ng.The The New Baltimore, whl'ch' has
? .. Successful farming
In their comfort. Commissioner Drown Vauchula, was 'killed by a falling of the suspension senator,, a governor and a couple of fire.of 1904, will not be the leastof
is almost entire)fdepeedent urona..low has made for of last week The Wau- trustees.'It .> the features
special arrangement tree Tuesday was a severe blow t.o',business and that will afford dellasfct "
rate of transportation. Unfortunately several hundred rooms in desirable hula Advocate says that theun- hat the 'cause of the suspension of It trying to force the men to vote and'will surprise 'he' returning sonW<, "'
in this county we are locations and at l low rates. He asks fortunate man was cutting down the work is to be.fQund ID,the acts of the Foe Its men by cutting off the supply and daughters of the'State; ,**, ,
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completely at the mercy of that those who are going will, please tree and when it began to fall, Powell legislatures/ "whose sole aim and cry of money that goes to feed ,Ule wives The Homecomers will have- the ,1
of the Imagination
System, and by no stretch notify him so that they may be certain noticing his dog asleep/ aDd in evident was thevplaclng of more taxes on the and children' of voters 'who look to benefit of.special'' transportation rates I'
can their rates on producebe t5 of comfortable accomldatlons' danger of being: hit, tried, .o save railroads and the, disposition toward the East Coast for work to earn it- granted by railroad and, steamboat. >'
called low every attempt at a reasonable price. It, himself being struck by a limb decreasing their earning capacity by This is my guess. companies, and arrangements .are on '
them meets
obtain living prices that it behoovesus While t the program for the day is and Instantly killed. The limb penetrated -trying to put in force rate. reduction." Mabe Its wrong. ,foot to' severe for< the, visitors the,

with such hostility and. ,not yet complete, it is certain that the man's forehead, _crushing Oh! very well &gentlemen put it Bat- privilege of a sldq trip to Jamestown,
to unite in a common he skull. Let some one else try to beat'n.The without ""
Governor Broward and his staff will extra
If like. What do '
.devise the best methods of loweringour you you Sun
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be present. Florlda'has no building some 'E..e.. former Mar aod i-' whom
[. hauling rates. own papers and control others ,of
'at the exposition, and the official reception Epworth. League Social.:: for but to make ''them orlze the ,Maryland Homecoming Assocl- .
"Nothing would tend more towards put, up In a game in "'which both sides were
will be held In the Virglnl'building. .. The Junior Epworth Leaguers of parkages for the public. atlon secures Information will
.this than haying a proper system of I badly hsndlcaped by the rain Kin receive
Governor Swanson of Virginia he Methodist Church have arranged wasdefeated I special invitation to,, attend t.1 e"
main roads through each district the According to the sworn statement simmee by Winter. Park
County Commissioners being requiredto / will welcome the Floridians in to give a Dime. Social' this ('Friday) made to the railroad commission the on"the. local diamond yesterday after.noon .. homecoming. These, invitations are.
tee that these roads are laid out to behalf of the State. of Virginia. SaintGeorge evening at 8 o'clock, the home of net earnings of the East Corst :RalU by a score of 3 to 2.. A ,slow being sent out .,.by' Governor Edwin K '
Tucker, president of the exoo- Mr. &d Mrs. J. R. Gilbert Refreshments Warfield In the',,name of,.:the .State.
the. greatest advantage, and that they way for the year 1908 were$703,605.56. rain began falling the first inning
.. .Itlono'w111 deliver the address of welcome will be served free, of All persons who have Information 'of
should be continuous' from one d\( In that same sworn statement'. the and continued throughout the, game,
In behalf of the exposition. charge which was called' the fifth inningon the whereabouts of former Maayland. \
,trlct to the other East Coast reports an a aggregate of
-VClay roads haye prooved so successful These addresses will be responded toby PROGRAM I stock and bonds outstanding of.H- account ot darkness., 'The wet ball ers are urged to .promptly forward.
Governor Broward and Commissioner
that they'.should be adopted Duet/-"A Joyous Ret.urDtI Corinne 250000. "' and wet grounds made the game such names and addresses as are In

\//wherever practicable; for this purpose Brown. (. Gilbert and Alma Griffin "> The net earnings of .S703' .606.58 reported necessarily slow and dampened the possession to. :the, Secretary ,of'the; r
should be obtained Special receptions .are*' being arranged ardor of the that there Association, 602 Fidelity. .Building
i, every Information Recitation-"Little. .Joe.. Mattie last year was five'' per vent. interest spectators so ,
as M the bcallly. of clay beds, ,and for in all of the state. buildingsand Belle Harris. on the entire stock: and bond issue was very little1 enthusiasm. It Is 'a Baltimore,,ltid. .
,rhenever easy of access let them' be in those of foreign ,governmentsin .Instrumental) Solo-"Sunset. ,'! Ella --and some 'mor r-to: be exact, singular fact that every game' scheduled ..
ade county property for future use, honor of visitors from Florida on Mae Gilbert r just $550.58 more. between Winter. Park and Kisslmmee DoII.i Be BI... '
.d in many places were' the bard that day.' The exposition authoritieswill RecIt.aLloo"Muzz.r'a Children,'* The figures/ will look better if we this season has been interfered and loose all Interest, when 'help 18
the surface and could beult'arraa e a special program with by rain.. within reach. r
,.i is near Helen Base.Instrumental. look at them again. ; Berbine'.will ; make: ,
> worked it might be used in a of events. Taken altogether the people Solo-','Bow''Ia''ee l.1 Suppose we do.;. : ,,r n ,. that liver perform Its duties prgpegj ", "R
'rough state. for filling in marshy ,from this state :will' be agreeably the Moonlight Sleeps.r'.,' Alma Griffin ,We ,will then see that that: same 'M'. L. 'f'.' Walesman, representing J. B. Vaughn' BH a.: AI..... .,"....... ?! ,
places. These roads "should be independent entertained. 'Recitation-'MrlNsme. '\.Is\' In';t.he sworn statement, reported only' }MO the ,New York,,.Packer_ is.spending "Being a 'a'constant s...*rer .... ;i I. ,
of a main road from Jacksonville '. It.!. not'yet settled whether r, .Gov. Sand" Nini"DrauODW''",tiI<\'t+,'.,t7"Too r.\:\;, :. miles of track." " .' "*'; :"1'" several daysIn town securing data DO constipation and a-disordered'Hyer,*'. "

to Tampa which is of such ernor Broward ;will" be accompanied Manyof We," As the East Coast is a jam-up road the present .orange crop':aDd other I have found Herbine to be, the 'best '
importance that It ought to be con- any of the state troops. As, soon a. Mildred VCinn.Duet we must be liberal 'with our estimate important, agricultural information medicine, for these troubles OD the
sWered a State road. .. the governor: returns from his'trip to 'Huaaren 'March," Corlne. of the cost of.bulldlngl"and equippingIt. for his paper.: market.. I have used It ponsantly.I .' ,,

"Let a good road be once started New York Commissioner. Brown will Gilbert. and...Ella May Gilbert- ? ,t --..a- "-;"--...- .h believe it to be the best medicine of
>ughout South Florida" and itsislve arrangements Recitation 1-=' "What is Hedgehog Let us therefore put it at $ ,OOO''a No rain to speak ot has fallen herein 1U. kindand i(}wish all sufferers ,from
farmers see the benefit to ," Virginia Tiller, mile. the past three weeks and steamboat. the. troubles to know the good that: ,
lerived from it, and then there the official part which this ..ta...- Will Instrumental Solo-' Agathe," Es Five hundred miles would figure men report the, 'water. in I Southport Herbine has done me." Sold ,by; '

'be little need for fUl'tber'ad.. take in the celebration. ] telle Overstreet.The exactly $10.000,000. canal DOW falUna about .fast -as. ,11 Roberson's Pharmacy,. '. ; 1t

ting/ their construction." Commissioner Brown will take personal public is cordially Invited'and The net earning would then be, a came up.- _..._:..u., ., ..,.
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- '- charge. of the excursion. He Is everyone. is assured of......a good time. little, over seven per cent, .on the -- Rer. J. P. Hllburn.* president, and '
send '
S. kindly present r
Ill "M. familiar with all the details as to the amount invested. For Sale. Promora musical, director of South, ,
... "POOH FARM. best places to stop while in Jamestownand Concert: at Methodist Church. This gets better. Six room- house, and ."woO In ern College, are spending' today ..4n ,
similar data.. tie .Is anxious to 81A'nor-Carlo Mora director of the Now, let us be fair to our selves and good location. House insured for town In interest. of tnat Institution. Pi'
.1 Isaac, Morgan hear from thoae who will make the Conservatory of Music for Souther- put the cost of building and equipping three.,.e.... for $750.00. ,Price foeOiOtt < .-'.. ...r ... '""
, .jChester 'connty, PennsylvaLbruary trip and stands ready, to assist in any land College delighted a large audience the East Coast somewhere near rightsay Two good building lots, ,,splendid 'Next Monday being iabo.., day and.
25 1825. died In Phlla- possible way. The"exposition I is now at the. Methodist church last $15,000 a mile. location.' l"rlCflI4OO.'For' ,particulars 1 national holiday the. 'State Bankr

Pa., August 20, 1907, aged practically complete, and"by the date evening with a piano recital. So Five hundred miles would then apply at this office. will be closed. _

j and 5 months.. set for Florida Day should be al- well did he play that his hearers, nu_'_____ n ___ _n n __. r ,
organ was a lifelong mem- together'finlshed.' There can 'be no though they were'in the church, could
e "Society of Friends." ForM doubt but that those who visit, it in not restrain their enthusiasm and '. ,
IT*'years he was.a teacher inBs1 September will, be better pleased than each number of the program was followed r, ,- "e t

" Select School" and 'the\ earliervisitora. by a spontaneous outburst of
r town DoardlnaSehcot:" -- -- -- applause.Prof. : ;

ras librarian of "The Al'v.'en-I| Bloodhounds Poisoned. .- Mora was accompanied: b From

''Ubrary of Philadelphia Sheriff Walker on going out to Rev. J. P. BUlb rD, president of I I Imported Japan

|-y ars..' feed tlie county bloodhounds last Saturday Southern'Collelte, who made short _
nil itoytd to Florida stating !
his family inornlncr, was shocked to find Introductory speech { that Prof.
and came to Tallahassee! in them both cold and'stiff In death. It Mora was a graduate! of the Royal!

"' Is presumed that* some time' during Conservatory of Music in Italy,, his i
. |ras married to, Mary? Bacon in Friday night some'miscreant slipped native country/ and that be had -

;, 1843. They lived happily to- Into the jail yard and administered\ a traveled all over this. country and S. We have. J just received a fine assortment of'JAP.ANESEGOODS
for flfty-three ,earll. His wife. dose of poison through the pickets of Europe, delighting l large audiences p
Icon Morgan,d I ltd (In 'ran a-: the Corral which the dogs were kept.We with his playing, and 'that be once
., Florida, May 4,>07. He folS understand there Is no clue to occupied the' distinction of being .
her just Ibrte= months and the guilty p&rty'or parties, but It piano soloist In Gllmore'a famous TM

days after the parting.. was evidently done by some one benton band.. Mr. HilbUrn stated that he x
large'family of/I' children, none, doing mischief, who was afraid the considered Southerland College peculiarly I of all descriptions, suitable for Birthday and, "
[ved..bem., but Mrs. R. K. Rote, fortunate competent "
hounds might be called into requisition Wedding Presents. '" ,
|pUD est child, with whom they .and be the means of finding them an instructor In music, aDd : .
de their home for years. .out. .. that before starting out on their tour S
f Morgan was noted for- his -... --- of demonstration be had closed a con I
r dcre' of:. ;lap 'ures/ especially Revival Services.Rev. .' iract'withProf. Mora for five years ,; Our selection' 'consists of Bamboo Portiere,:Screens, Curtains

and Latin:' As a Bible scholar W, A. Myers announced last work at Houtherl..nd. .Coll'2e. "9 Cushions:Pillows, Lanterns, Parasols., Wickerwork, and..'uuU e"- toils

''few.. equals. Truthful and Sunday at the that 'At the onclur1 ',o of the concert a and costly assortment-of. 'useful and ornamental.. 'China. . and; f
+ I to a degree he knew ';no guile; %tev. C. C. Cecil ponference vang- collection of,defray, travelling expenses .Bric-a-brac. ;,
i loved by, all he came in con- Ust for Florida,,will. begin a series of was taken up and, met. with, a ca1F'ittentloui :
: would to Line
lithfor, his-':beautiful Christian revival services in the hberal'respoase.'' ;:, /" .We' : our Complete of ;Floor Cover'tugs -' x

specially by the young people. second Sunday' in September.. ,; consisting 'of Carpets, Mattings,'.Rugs. ArtSquares? ., &c,'all" 'at. ''' y
i loved and revered ,. ..4rJoa't Child Pal. ,reasonable prices; ;
be and bU wife are .burfed in Onabtewhen never .or, 'as do children who 'are '
iassee, where..they rest' 'side by your joints( chi and' yousuffer suffering, fro n'hunger.: ''Such' is' 'the .COME AMP "ET,; MB SHOW .YOU WHAT WE:;HAVW. '

Lfter their .long journey together, from Rheumatism; .Buy i a cause of alt'ba'blea who'crY.' and are ,_ 1 ,, !
Liniment andget treated for sickness' when they s"
BallardSnow '
and confidently awaiting: bottle of '
fully :
Instant relief.. .A' positive.cure really tare. 'suffering, from hunger. =" '; ,
1 of their Baylor' ; In whom they. for Rheumatism Burns, 'Cute, Contracted Thls-i caused by their food not "B".M' 4K'INSON', : -0"0' \ -;,
(trusted,with childlike faith, Mnaclea, ,Sore Cheat.... etc.. being- assimilated but, :. .
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few doses' of Wblt.e'aCream ' h . .
p Ro Eo'Rf Mr. L. T. Boggy a prominent merchant worms. A' /
," .s'Willow"f'oint; ; , Texas says Vermifuge will cause them 'to ,. :KISSIM. It! FLORIDA.' ;
i. &Bryan of Tampa. 'is thekofherslster .that be finds Ballard's Snow Linlrnent oeaae crying and begin to thrive ,, atonce. ., -t.- ?f. I"
," titre' G.;' .H.! Morn the best he ever used. Sold ,by. .Give it a trial, Sold. by-
Ml Robersoa's Pharmacy. ; Robenon'* Pharmacy. _, .
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Then be said it should. .weep 'for BOTH SIDES WINNERS

I MAIWA'S REVENGE good"Among cause.tbe things tbat he bad stolen' ,

from the white men whom he slew From View Point of Both Striking"" Tel in :

r t I. a frap'tbnt wilt hold lion ,tgraphers* and Officials' of the Two Doings F1oridai

... I.oa'i i .. "So strong Is the trap tbat ;your turn '- ,
must standon It. two on either tide Companies. ,

ALLAN QUATERMAIN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE. before It can bA opened." S 0 I.. 'rv' -v' ;v"U. r'r -.. -r. ,.... 'W' W 'r '.. 'V. 'r "U
Hero old Quateruialn suddeuly. -< S. 'J. Small, president, of the Com l
-1 ._ Prohibition Wave In Jacksonville. Call for Election Illegal.!! j;,":

;iIIJBy' Look here you fellows." he.said; "I' mercial Union of Telegraphers, arrivedIn There f. now a' probability of '& local . Somewhat of a sensation was cause

-4 H. RIDER HAGGARD. can't bear to go on with this part of New 'York- train the west Sunday. option 'election, %being,held InJackaODv11le .,) In Pensaxsola when it'' was annouric

.. ,'. JLvCuir , olomo.'. Iftart". Eta. the story, because I never could' stand He wa met at the station by a largo ,and' JJuva county. The pro- that the county commissioners 'bad

' _.,,-. ... .. ....... .. either seeing or talking of the sufferings hibition
; (- *'A .:: delegation of striking telegraphers. agitation In tbe Florida me- discovered that tbe- recent petition el

&____ _____ _, _. _. _ _____::5(_ ,. ... of children. You can guess what In afternoon be trapollv of the Geor !
-. -, I- r .: .--. . that devil did and what the poor mother the attended a meetIng : conic as a result the, prchlbitionlsts of the county fran

CHAPTEn It. 7 "Also I am one of tbey wives of was forced to witness. Would you i I of the striking telegraphers and ala prohibition law and already a petition electlorrto see If the county; should!
jo< Contlinied TTatube." hud ber eyes Bashed. as she believe It?-t>ie told me the tale wIthout 'I Wade a' brief" address in which he'de for an election la now bilng become dry, bad not contained; the required -]

tremor In tbe most nwtterofact tailed the general situation circulated. If 1.125 secured 1
"Ob lie ..n.erett"Jt' ria..l. the name. a refrainingfrom names lIe number of names of ,registered
yes, wan
younjr ".\nd way. Only I noticed that ,her eye- I local conditions.Mr. an election must be held and of
Is all very well for you to talk like bow did you come here discussing one Voters and 'that therefore the call is-J
On my feet." she answered. JnconIcnlly. lid quivered nil the time. Small out an optimistic tbe hottest fights I In the of the
that, but If yon had found yourself I III I gave history sued form election, on October 1 was'
,,rell I ald .
n unconcernedly as
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'the position which It was my prlvllej statement regarding general I strike state Is premised. Should Duval county illegal. The .d'ocate..qC prohibition
Wo though I bad been talking of the death ]
to occupy a few hours afterward. It III. reacbeHitbe packs and undoing conditions In which he- said: go dry', tbe plans of several Qtorgln I are now undecided where' boy
of lamb I lick
one of llieui I extracted a handful of a though Inwardly was '
my belief that you would bave throwi bond, : with horror and boiling with rase "and "We have fully it per cent of all the whisky houses will be interfered with, and legal Advice'' !Is being sought b4;;

the tusks beel aw." .y altogether and taken to "_ ow1 I .said .'4 ,_gift for a gift. what Io yon mean, to do about' the commercial telegraphers: In tho'United as several! engaged In the business,.in I I both slde The ca'unty commLMion .

I your Handover the uieallen." luntter )Malira. wife1 of WO&Jber' States on .strike.: This applies to small Georgia. had planned to move to F
end"Oh.of tile said yarn. Good*' ;A|so very, that good,3"lIrn.Isn't tli9 8he tooktlni beads ,vltbcut11 "I moan to do tbi. white man" and large" cities.. Thousands of onenianctflces Ida 'I lal session to determine'the legality of

looking at them, which struck *he answered drawing herself tip to to'tho "
: moo as are closEd and the keys The total qualified vote In Duval call election
the and
nUt the for
Qua termnill.) by way; I couldn't her full height and In tone to see If.,
Lave made up a better j>ne luysclf." curIousand putting the basket of speaking : doors are in the poaseeslcn of city of-, county is now about 4,500. As. it ,,'ouldtake another call could I be, ijsued It'mon"name.
mealies on the ground emptied ns bard n I steel and n. cool as ice.! "I I ,
The"old gentleman looked at Good tile bottom of the basket!< were mean to work and work and work to detain to be turned over to the inspectors the signatures of 25 J1er cent cf should be added. to the petition,
severely for It irritated him to be of the' company. ',,'hen they' arrive. the' registered voters. to petition before
ome c-urlously shaptvl green lea VPI.800l.tblllg bring tills to pass, and to bring that lioth *sides'fit tbe controversy' ar.d
: chaffed about his torles. like the leaves of ibe guttaicrcb'a to pass until at length. It come to pan "We have started to raise a. large the election could be. called, It will beIpn worked 'up to a high Pitch and 'ar

I ""I 1 dou't don't know that what there you Is mneftn, Good. tree .411 shape only somewhat tbat with, these living eyes I behold fund'-two of tlii 1m. id fr.ct. One ot that pose petition's would bave awaiting the action of the commls Ion. I
comparison -
between see a, true story MIIJ of Adventure thl\'ker. and of a more fleshy'. sub- ,Wambo_ 'u dying, _the death" _that'u. bo gaveto these la for the benefit cf the strikers to be signed by at least 1,125 persons, em with considerable allxl t)'.
lia ,
fl( tils dulls ana my <111I11
arid be In favor and then it. 'wouJd
and the rrenostcroustnleo. the-other 'P expended teke 'a majority} or -
wblci yon invent about IbeX banging As though: by hazard the girl picked "Well sold." I answered1."Ay of government control of the telegraph about 2,2LO'otell., to carry the election Greenville Gets Warehouse
well said Marumazabn'-well
one of these leaves out of the basket -
by their horns. lines. Although the call for funda- has U one should be- called
and dinclled at Itl) then she banded Jt aId, and dot easily forgotten Who The cotton growers\ of this immediate -
";No it is not the end of.'tbe story; *o me. could forget-oh, who could forget? only been cut a few days, tnany remIt- \yiillo the mere .announcement that

'the most excitluit' :yet to cotue."Jliit .. 1 took (he leaf and supposing: that See;; where Ibis dead<< band rests against lances were r'celved.betore, ,1 left Chi-: such a movement lion foot In the section through the.:various local//
I have of the Farmer's union are arranging !
talked enough for to she wished aide? So It rested when alive.And'now considerable ,
mo to smell It also was my onco cage_ county has stirred up in
: )mightaiu1lf you go on In tba t'waT, Tor the establishment of r. cotton wami';
bout to oblige her by doing so, when though It Is dead now fve'rynlgbt 'Nothing haj been published about crest the liquor dealers are not particularly
Good It will be some time before I begin tell it from its neat and house tit Greenville to be operated oni:-i'
limy eye upon some curious red creeps
arbitration but the cry from coait to uneasy for they do not
v again. (cratcbes on the greeD surface of tho strokes my hair and clasps my finger the some platf aa are the war 'hQuses- ]
coast IB 'no arbitration.: that the 'requited number of signature : ,
"Sorry I spoke I'm sure, said Good. '
leaf. In Its tiny pnlui. Every night It does In other parts of the'state and in
'Immbl,,. "Lot's have a split) to show ".'h!" mild tbe girl to (whose name, this fearing I lest I should forget. Oh, In the face of the statement by the I can be secured to the petition gill, .. Georj IOreQOville {'j

that'there is 110 11-fccliug." And they by the way, was Mahvn. ),.spenkinjf. beneath my child-my child! Ten days ago I president of the striking union, \both calling for an election. Then, they has been elected 'f'

did.; her breath; "read the signs, held thee to my breast and noW' this the Western 'Union and the Postal telegraph are confident that the temperance JU o- as the 'r
site for the warehouse
white man." alone remains! of thee!" And she kissed companies emphasize their declaration Ill'> cannot get a majority of the reg- after a llvtly. '

.CHAPTEK V. I 'Without answering: her I continued the dead hand and shivered but never that the situation 1 U improving Ihll'l'edctl'rs!' oJC.the county' to vote In fight between that place and Slrmans.on .,
:- II I to stare at the leaf. n tear did she weep. "See now," she! the Qeprgla and Southwestern rail-'
; J //TUB :3IES8AQE: : OF MAIWA. dally and that barring: a. few 'unlmiior- favor of the county going dry. '
i I It has been scratched, or rather, written went on. "the white man-th prisoner rood Greenville was not consider
tant towns conditions are gradually Hut the fact remain that the

If oil the following evening.we once1 upon with something sharp such at Wanabe's kraal-be- was kind to me. by the fat'mern when the matter was

1'. more dined together, and Quatermain as a liall. and wherever this initru- lie loved tho child that is dead yes. getting better and assuming a normal II on foot and that the temperance ; first decided lI :on. la fact It ma
was decided -
after some pressure for Good's remark' moot bad touched It the acid juice lie wept when Us father slew It-and condition. They announuced that they ;>e<>r>''e are 'forking with a determination '
to locate the warehouse
still rankled In his !breast. was -persuaded .. ozziug through tbe outer ikln bad at the risk of his own life told Wambe, are handling all the business. offered/ to win\ If possible. at Sir'J

4 to continue bis story: turned a rustyblood jcqlor.<< my hUHballd.t-ab. yes, my husband! with dispatch.Once mans but thu people of that place sad .-If

At last (he went on) a few mlnntes Presently' I found 'the beginning of that which lie Is. He, too it was who mere Helvldere' Brooks, .super Contract for Construction Let. the officials of the railroad company '

before, sunset the task was finished..We the scrawl and read this, written In made a plan. lie said to me, 'Go' intendent of the eastirn division of According to R news Item from Augusts would not offer "the lJecea.a'ry encour- J,

.. bad labored at it all day, stop- English and covering the surface of )Inl,,'''. after the custom of they peo'- rgement and Greenville. commenced, '"
the Western Union prserts that the
Ga. work the and
\ ping'only onco for dinner. for It Is no the leaf .and of two others that were pIe "go purify thyself in the bush, on Georgia a vlgorou4 campaign for the location
'I strike Is over as far as his company Florida railroad will be started with i
easy matter to hew out five such tusks in the basket; alone having touched a dead one. and aucccsjful.

,. a. those which now lay before ne .In "I bear tbat a wblte man Is hunting Say to Wambe thou goest to purify I ID conc;rut'd in" a short t'.uie.! Tbe road will\ run waa f':

'A white and gleaming line. In the Matuku country. thyself alone for fifteen days accordIng "The strikers Ire ;whipped to a finish from Augusta to Madison this state, --- "

:' It wav .."dlnner worth eatIng. too. I "This is to warm him to fly over to the custom of the people. Then ," Brocks said. "If they do not. and will be a direct line from Augustato The board of stale Institutions ha*

can tell you. for we dined off the heart the mountain to Nala."Wambe fly to they'fatlier Nala. and stir him know they are whipped they will know the Gulf of Mexico. Vice President authorized the board of control to u.t f 1,1, :

of the great one-tusked bull, which sends an Impl at daybreak up to war against Wmnbe for tbe fake it soon. We will run our own Job' Scott, who Is In Baltimore no'lhas, rend for the state, university and female '::1:1:
whom to eat him because he has of the child that is dead.'
:was so big that tbe man I sent up hunted
college 920,000( of
dictation from the available)
1 here without any one tell phoned General Manager Turner
before 'Thls then lie and his words '
inside tbe elephant to look for bis heart. bringing bongo. said
,had to remove It In two pieces. "For God's sake whoever you are, seemed good io me, and that name or any union." that the contract for the construction fund previous to October 1907,. and

,Wtf cut It Into slices and fried it with try to help mel! night ere I left to purify myself came The telegraph companies are ray. work has l hern< let to Schcfleld It Sons, 916.600 between October 1, 1907 and, ,j,

fat.'and I never-tasted heart to equal "I have been the slave of this devil news that.a white man bunted in the ing little and improving their service. of Philadelphia. Twenty new engines January 1, 1908.. The board was also .

.. I It for the. meat seemed to melt in ones Wambe for nearly! -seven years and. country, and \'-ambe, being mad with The following contract of the Postal have been ordered and it is expected authorized to contract fob a dormitory 'If

anontb.' am beaten end tortured continually."lie drink. grew very wroth and gave orders at' the female I'.
Telegraph Company Just.Issued I I" indicative tbat within a year's: time the connecting college to cost "

By.the.way, I examined tbe aw.ot murdered all the rest of us. but that an Inipl should be gatheredto of Its policy and means not links will be Joined and through 943.000. not more than 91S.OOO .to be' t
kept me became I could work iron.laIwR slay tbe white man and his people
the elephant: It never bad but 'one!'
only that there will be no union re. available before April 1908.
trains will be. run to P4adison.Iter ,,t
: tusk; tbe other tad not.been broken hU Wife takes this she Isflying and seize his good

off. nor was.. it present in a rudimentary t Nala' her father, because Then'did the 'Smiter of Iron' (Every t-ognltlon. but"that even a committee -, ;
form. Wmnbe killed her child. ) write .the message on the green from the ranks of the strikers will details of the lire 'that destroyed A Knights of Pythias building to;

t WeUhJ l're'-tsr! ,tbeflve* beauties,- or: 'Try and getXala to attack Wambe. leaves and bid me 'seek thee out and not be treated with. the bowling Lumber Com con $35,000, Is soon to be 'erected lit" --

rather four of them,' for Gobo And another "Malwa. can guide them over the show forth the matter that thou might "I hereby agree It given
man were engaged In sawing. the mountain. est save thyself by nl bt. And behold, men by the Postal TelegraphCe.bleI ,that It was nothing like as serious aan't edges of,.the city a, application'' ph': '
"You won't come for nothing for thestockade this thing base I.done Macumaxabn.
: pand one in two. _
to render full and faithful
company first reported. Only cue mill Itself letters prtent by 'tbt Pythian Itufllng
.4: I bad at last with or wsmbes private kraal Is the banter, the Slayer' of Elepbantah. *" ,
many sighs, or- '
service all times refraining from
I at
was burned and the damage will association having been niei with the
idered them to'do tbls..but not until' I ,ninde of elephant's ,.tnsks.. \ I said "I thank thee. And _ _
- ad. '''by 'practical experiment proved .'For' God'a sake,' don't desert me, ort how many' men be there in the Imp of all agitation and Interference' with theccmpany's not amount to more than $60,000, on secretary<< of state and" Is being pub- '

-, ;bat 'It was Iroposslble. to ,carry It la, shall kill myself! Wambe business;, and I further which'there was. Insurance 'amounting Ished In tire, newspapers, !, The build-, \ _ _

w: Any other'way. "1 can bear this no lonc r. "A hundred men and half a inn- agree 'thf.t I 'will< work'carefully and to ':>0.000. The skids on which lag Is to be erected on ground owned ,".

L One hundred and sixty pounds of . "JOHN BVEHT." dred." well with every operator, be ;he- union. great' stacks of 'luumber were stacked by the members of'' Damon Lodge, ands :tI.

olid ivory, or rather more In its greet! I ji" "Great heavens!" I gasped. "Every "And where Is the Tmpl?" or non-union.' > > the planing mill the dry kllnj and the to be a Pretentious affair.
r-rwby, it jjjust be my old friend! '"There to the north It follows on ,
tate Is applies
too for Thi to
treat 'weight two foregoing
a application
: shops were not damo'ged. Juat.. :....
The jjirlj'or-krather : r. --
1 ,
i : men to carry for long across a broken I 1\'oman,3al-- !by spoor.- ? ,, _. ivj'i"; for, employment in every,I'osta.1 possible the work''of. t';
7 8ay.'the'
> .
country. Wit. pOIDted to the other side'of the "I saw It pass yesterday; bnt' myself ; Tampa ''Tribune: Tamps .

sat watrfctng the Job and smoking/ II I leaf where there. was some more I guessed tbat thou wouldit be office, In'the country. While the \\Vea- : the mill .will be commenced and with Jacksonville Fla.. and Sou'Ji"i i'asadena

writing. tlgber to tbe mountain and came this, tern nlon'has not adopted'any form will be pushed through to completion. _ _
ibe pipe of contentment, when suddenly -; ; C l.f la soon to rank a* one'' -"_____
It ran thus and found thee. Cf contract It Is requiring each operator -
the bush 'vay
and'a band.I
opened;, very ot the three 'clUes of United State J'
Borne and dignified native girl apparntly "I have Just beard that the white : "To-morrow at the daybreak will]) to make application for work. Major M. Henry Cohen of the first which cen boast of ( \,_ _-
a thoroughgoing1"ostrich
m.n'ls called Macumazabn. here."
be slayers be .
about twenty:years of nge stood battalion first regiment of state
-- .t before me, carrying a basket of green "If so, it must* be iny old friend "Very' possibly," X thought to my- DAUGHTER OF DAVIS INSULTED.Mrs. troops, has received a large consignment farm run In conjunction with ;;|
Quatermain I an up-to-date menagerie. At prelEnt'fI (fjjhe '
_& mealies upon her bead. elf. "But they won't find Mammagabn. -
Although, Ias, "Pray God It is, for I know he won't I bave half a mind to put some of uniforms and equipments for ostrich farm distinction ls dlvld-w

ace a native girl\ In rather such a surprised wild spot to desert an old chum In such a fix as I strychnine into the carcasses of those Hayes Objected to Old Proclamation the military companies of Tampa. I ed by Pasadena and Jacksonville On ?,______
Was Taken
and Down
a in. for their especial benefit They clime from the state's
And, so far as I knew a long vCay from elephants military or before November I5, .Tampa> will:
any 'kr AI.'tlhi matter did not attr.ct "It isn't that I'm afraid of dying; houzh.:: When Mrs. Margaret howell Jeffc.r.son headquarters at Tallahassee. In October make a bid for Soint4Xst1Dction. -

my' particular notice;' I'merely'called I don't care If: I die; but I want to geta I knew that they would'stop to eat Davis Hayes, daughter of the the compnhlts from Tampa and -- ,,_

.to of the ('banceatamba first" be elephants OB indeed they did, to president of the Confederacy, learned -
one men and told him to bar St. Petersburg will, with other companies '
gain with the woman for the meallen, ",,.o. old boy" thought I to myself; our great gain, but I abandoned the that a raenib.r of tbe fighting Fifteenth of the Florida state Mr. Frank Drew of Femandlha., Is ._
41t: Isn't likely that I am going to leave den of poisoning them because I was troops go railroad
ask tier It then speaking encouragingly: ; of the
and were anymore to, Pennsylvania, cavalry, attend
practice work with the United
you while there Is a chance of rather short of strychnine. "i
lie bad 10'the which be and
neighborhood. contemplates! bulldlpg,
ing! the reunion dt Colorado Springshad ,:
getting out. Slates artillery at Forts Dade and De
:you "Or because you did not like to play
Tben I turned head and con- has given out the statement ,la.
my walls that
tinned "I haTe played fox before now- be trick, ..Quateruialn" I- suggested bung on tha of tbe Antlers Soto at the keys at the mouth. (If'the .
to superintend tbe cutting of .the hotel of the old I pile of delays" rnd obstacles, the plans
tusk.Presently. there's still a double or two, Ieft in with a laugh a copy proclamation bay. ,
"I said' because I bad not enough, offering a reward of $300,000rtor the .. I which be is. at present working hats,
a sIiadow fell roeI me."I
; looked np/nnd saw that tbe upon II'ITU must make a plan thnfs all. trycbnlne. It vrbuld take a great deal arrest of her father and other Confederate Tampa now has a fully organized I' sure will result In success and the railroad ,
"And then there's that stockade of of strychnine to etrectuaJly'POISOD ba extended the
to Fernandlna In'
standing, before me, the basket oftnealle .1.' headers for alleged complicityin cltartng house association, which was ,
three elephants: answered the old gentleman assassination near future. He has also purchased
still upon ber bead., the of President Lin, instituted rtcent held .
"I' at a meeting
"Mareme, mareme," she sold gently em" not going to leave that testily. coin, she Immediately raised a protest .' for a large mum. Pine'Island. as terminal ' .."
either. by representatives' the several _ _
I said nothing farther, but I smiled/ '
clapping Tbe her bands together, Then I spoke to.tbe woman. ,vi- snowing that old Allan could never to General Palms. Before her protest banks of' the city The large volume for his road. Ii t ,t
word these
I tutu (though mareme stae\ was'no niong Matuku )la. 'Tott'are called Malwa?'" ''ti,fa have resorted to aucb au artifice bow- bad been received however, General of banking business conducted .in r
) nn-
wers to the Zulu koos.! "'and the clap. "It is'so." ever severe his strait.. Palmer had heard of the 'proclamation Tampa has JcUsltated this u"oc'la.tlon. Messrs. HUchburg and Rosenberg, .r:
"You are the daughter of Xala and But tbat was his / be always and ordered that It be taken down. the .
plng-ef hands'! a form of salutation the wlte ot cy; \, and It lisa been made ready forbusine. two well known\ proprietors 04 ,\t
Wambe? made himself out to be a most unmerciful -
.very common among the tribes of the -"It is 110." : ... the Lake Jackson tobacco growing Industry ,..''J
Casnttt race.fWbat CASH FOR CANAL WORK. In Leon
have sold tbelri
county \
: "You fly from Wambe to XalaT Well ()be went on), at that moment ,
is It glrir I asked ber in "I do." Gobo came up and announced that we The Voluvla County Record says : famous plantation together with the \

Clsutn."; "Are those mealies for" .le1" "Why, do :reiD fly? Stay, I would were ready' to march. I The President Approves Colonel Qoe- The tobacco crop over In Gadjden, 1607 crop to two prominent leaf to- ,;,1.:
So. white '
1 great in. Zulu "I.. hunter she onHwered give an order" and calling to Gobo I "I am glad that you are ready," I that's Request. Leon, Jefferson Jackson and Madison bacco firms of New' York and Philadelphia. l'l'

cift.** 5vtGood. .; bring' ',them, ''as' a ordered blm to get the men- ready for said; "because If you don't march' and Tbe president has aprpoved Colonel ,I counties will brlngvfortunes to the The new firm will bear tlrr(
Instant departure. mardi quick you will never march Goethal'a request to continue expenditures -
name of the Lake j
this JacksOn
I replied.' Put them down. growers year as it Is the finest Tobacco,
_ _
wom.n. who I have
as said, again, that is all. In of the rata allowed "
excess pro
,,"A gilt for a gift white while the Growing Company.
man. was' quite and ever grown, acreage Is largely
young; handsome
"Wambe has
very an Impl out to kill u.
"Ah*""* I "the for the construction of the Panama canal )
grumbled old. story'''; put 'ber band In excess of what It has been
Into a kind of little and it will be here presently." In 'iJ
nothing tor. .nothing In ..this 'wlc-ked! pouch made of 1 for the present fiscal. year on account -
antelope hide which Gobo turned positively green and hIs past years. For ::1
some time been
!(world. < past there bas
she wore fastened round tbe knee. knocked ot present necessities and unforeseen -
togetber. '
,"What do want beadsr!. a movement on foot by several or'the';; ______'
:you /Iud'to the -
.j, any: horror drew from It the "Ab what did I a.1'r' he exclaimed. developments since eti-- A company has Just been (
_ z She nodded.and was about tell withered band eta child which had '"Fate walks about loose In Wambe's mates were submitted. organized prominent Miami residents who h ''l-
-4 ,one of the men togo and fetch some evidently been In Tampa .with e $10,000 capital from Kentucky. to form Kentucky
,carefully dried in the country. Congress will be requested at the I a >|
trout smoke
"Very good now all bave ; colony Invitations have been sent out t'
; you got next session to make an appropriationto
checked' met.' :, *. ; : ..: ..'*'I.'By for this cause,*' she answered do Is to walk a little quicker thin be deficiency which la which will operate!' In Lake'Okeechobee to former Kentucklans In the city anel. ij"
-4, "A'gift from the'giver's.'own band cover the. placed ,
holding tbe poor little band toward does and other large fresh wa-
J is twice a 'gIft," She ..ld1; and I me. ' '' : at eight millions. ter lakes. J throughout Dade County to 'attend a\
"No don"IeaTe .
no; 70\1' those elephant
(bought tbat sbe spoke i meeting looking to organisation.
meaningly."You "See. now. I bore a child. tusks behind E
mean that yon want me to give s-Wambe , TUQ GOES TO BOTTOM. "
It was Its father and for "I .
ana not color to with A
them special to the Pensacola Journal '
i% them tf. yon"' "my'self J""SaWly : eighteen months thecblld,. lived and I can tell you.**- "' from Apalachicola 'The Miami Board of' public, works'-! ',

.'f.. I loved ft. Gobo said no 'more,,,'but ,baitlly. directed ., Was Rammed' by 'British" .Steamer.. 'announces the candidacy bave concluded to build 'the city111"' 4
.. 'i I rose to go with bart ',"But oty. .- F.Jl.. Grlgga of'
not his under
\ children;;; the men to take up tbelr loads ,Five Believed, Drowned. their own'supervtsiont. Instead
't', "How hit that! being of .the.Matokn he kills them all; he ,fears, lest the for ',the representative to .Congressfrom of
and thea asked which letting.
tug the
way we were The Geory;:,of VlUmlngton,.D iL. work -by contract They ,:
.'- .; ,""Oil sakSu. ;the 2uJ1I J tootur I zI. should grow'up' to slay one so wicked;; to run.. tbe third congressional, district j!nave ';
'' was sunk In a collision with the British secured tb services ot ba lder, -
;1\'.. liked. : auspicloully. .. ..... and, be would 'h.Tek11Jedl: this child ""AhoN. I said to Malwa, -"which Th.. city of Apalachicola and In fact'the a
3fath1ca she '80'; Danstable Monday In'thj on. salary to 'superintend
g Mlam; notortbe also but Ibegged its life. steamer night; entire' tha workj
1 ".1'1" : Franktih% count7 has been'without
': ", :awer d.,4as, soon .as we. we out.tot: *:'On. day" som. soldleijs paqsJng the ""There**'she answered',pointing'. toward , Palapsle. river. Fire men ate be. direct, Th'e, board believes that they'\can saY. '

12 i r 'fuesrlng1 of the tten, .' y. '. hut j saw the ,ehlld- and: sainted ,blm.railing'bun ,the great"mountain spur which thieved' to',have; .lost; their1\ lives., Six" of i representation: in'' .| the clty'a.lIbatanUi.J.aum'ot, mout7, _
f' 'j,< :" 1:,.pj-.ot'rtbe; people of. NaU whose, th. 'chief who' "soon. sbaJI;I towered up Into the sky'.some'fortymiles : the survivors clambered 'up the side for pvtr flfty years /lDd'/ this i In 'this method' of operation.. Work oatj

I CTlbe"J. : Ibe)Bo tlsna tribe, .,and who bJ"Wambe c,.*; ,away...separating the'territoriesof of jthe;; steatnervby.;m.ans !of ,'tbe: anchor" . .fact Is prominently, brought out,by the ,the: building "will be commence*' t,: .
,,11 v .thereand, ,sbeipolnte-a' orer the beard and was mad.MI .'- Nala aodrWamb, '. chain: 1 friends of Mr. Origgs who teel lUre () once and.
will be burrled as'

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.State Will, Have; Nothing to, Do'" With I .' By Qaorgla Rali.da.Anen'; .PassengerARatewAsk'Two wi'th'

I .;:Bryan Says He Has Lifted Proceeding Before Judge Jones I Urged to Climb Into Republican ; a"d"a HalfCentAccording Headaches'

and His Federal Court. Basis on, Larger: ,Lln... .
1Lid ,of Teddy's Policy. I.. .I Band Taft 'when.
Wagon: by '- ?
:: '. In a sensational statement ;made Sat. : to representatives{of Important

it urday to the 'f nlted States court tor Interests very close) to .the,railroads .

s' ,ATTACKS: RECENT SPEECH the middle district of Alabama In J IS UNDER BLACK SHADOW'. :the, lines- In' Georgia. will make

,...; \\I' Montgomery Judge Thomas . "
President' (I. Accused of Hankering. Af.' Presiding,i Attorney General A. M. "'.Iiroacl. commission making reduced
.War Secretary and Presidential Candidate .
.ter Centralization of Power ..ndPJ'Opo'ng Garber said that he did not appear I passenger. rates effective September\ ATA
lit answer to the Optns Republican' State Cam.
National application for a ,
tncorpsratlon 2d, but will otter a compromise propo ,
blanket Injunction palgn In atLexingtos
Louisville Kentucky
by the a MN K"
/ Railroads, Etc.,, SIUOII, t
Instead asking for the establishment
and Nashville for the reason that the Will Cure You.Tbe

Jennl- court, In an elaborate opinion, had of a flat S''' 1-! cent a mile ". ,
,. liryan, in .comment liver the 'whole Te'.spent'
for the
'' matn-vprlnjr body.
J..U. already given its view:. ,of the case., dlscussia of basis on the latger railroads It not order. To do
,; Roosevelt's! speech, /in. With a the race problem good health one must keep. the liver in good No'D
., Satnruday and to make any effort at'all would, .upon' all lines. regulator fa needed.' Horbtae will p1l your liver la the condition '" ,
said: he felt be and general political Issues,._and headache ,.
"Tbe futile. ,>Thla it should be and you will not suffer
president has at last dbictossd proposition la have been .
He said that this had with an appeal to Kentuck an.' and
j opinion beet '
hit scheme! for centralization at which studiously considered by practically all A .POSITIVE CORE

w ;he .has hinted In former speeches., Inhi lent I in, ramphtet 'form all over the other southern,men to come to the aidof the executlve'officers'of the different ,

address he proposes the, national state, one of them having reached. him the republican party la supportof roads operating In the state."A meet FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND'FEVER

incorporation; of, railroads and "o.her at Tbe"ncldent htsf{office those.principle! *, whichhe, believed Ing behind closed doers has been' held BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA' "

corporations. engaged Interstate : the Louisville arose and Nashville over the to effortof have they favored. Secretary of War Taft, In Atlanta. One of ,the'omelel... present AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

commerce.! : laconically remarked that the AlabamA tt

'" {ere ,la the secret. U la out at a blanket Injunction 'Issued restraining Thursday-, opened the republican stale altuatlon was being discussed.' Has Done A World Of Good.,
the solicitor' and sheriffs of the
fat The states are annoying the corporations campaign in Kentucky At Lexing Notwithstanding the report that the ,

and the corporations demand state from Indicting,or prosecuting for ton. Calling attention to. what h* call Georgia rate r reductions were not-final. .Mrs O. D. Philley Marbto Fall, Texas write*)t" "I hav..
Violation of laws now restrained by need Herblne and find It the best liver corrective I have ever
federal protection from state leglsla.tlon. ed the aouth'a lack of representation. ly disposed of, It 1* known that, according '
world of rood
the federal court. Saturday had been tried. It done my family as well myself! a { ,
The president thinks that action set down by. Judge Thomas G. Jonesof la the councils of. the nation he declared to the Present'plan., no fight and I recommend It to all my friends. I: never .user Irom t

must be pressing as f'Ecar41.tho.. cor, < that this was true "because one' will be made against the reduction headaches) anymore. .. .

v porations, .which, because they are the federal court for sheriffs 'and single Issue has ,made it the perpetualtall Tile rumors that, have constantly !D. SOl WILL BUY IT. '
solicitors to also the "
reply for attorneygeneral
common I carrier, exercise a quasi- of the ''democratic party, ao that," creased In their circulation: prescribe ,

public function. to make. answer, the state In I I however small the northern head It the following method of procecdure by Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: I
a sense having been made a party. tit< "
The .state have been enacting I* wags that tall. the railroadstsuggeatlon '
the proceeding N. Second St. JST.) LOUIS MO.-
cent tews and laws reducing freight that "The'south has permitted the shadows The that the new com ,500-503 ,
Attorney General' Oarber said '
rates, and the' railroad' managers demand of en Issue that circumstance mission, which will ,be organised by
In exercising: the discretion granted to '
that they shall be relieved from ought long ago to have removed from the last of the week, revoke'the, pro:
the attorney general and railroad\ commission
; further fear of such legislation. The political controversy to bind It solidlyto posed graduated rates ordered by the Sold and Recommended by
In the summoa served upon!
president' Idea. make him an easy the, democratic p.rtD;) matter present commission and establish: Instead .
them, that the attorney general and For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG &!
victim, and he yields to the entreaties what candidate that 'a .z''' 1-2-cent 'a "mile scale; ._.
the counsel for the state had decide principle or party .flat' . ,-- r, t-+- --...-..".. _, .-.....,..
of the railroads has adopted." has ,been made. This scale", to' be effective
not to' appear and that they had '
: fit it was the public he sought toW Il. called; attention to the prosperity 'upon, all' the larger railroads
reached the conclusion because the KISSIMMEE
_,protect he would: ,recommend federal of Kentucky, its developing industries Including the Central of Georgia, the ,
court bad mlthln\ a day or two after
M Pemeales which would not Interfere and agricultural wualth, and expressed Southern railway, theWeatern and Atlantic : .a
granting the restraining order issued '
,I, with atate remedies, but It Is the railroads the belief that Kentuckians who he Atlanta and West Point,
an elaborate opinion on the case be.
; and not the public that demand tore counsel for the state had been : favored a protective tariff had,blindly (he Atlantic Coast Line, the SeaboardAir RIVER: :ROUTE. :.

the removal Of authority to Washing : voted the democratic ticket because of Line the Georgia railroad.' the
given an opportunity to argue the
ion The democrats can be depended the feeling of the race I aue. Georgia Southern and Florida the
questions Involved In the case. STEAMER LILUB. 8TKAUKR!: ROSBADA..
to with all their might Then taking the race Charleston and Western Carolina, tbe
"t upon oppose up question
The attorney general declared that, Captain Clay Johnson,8r. Captain Clay Johnson J.,
this, movement toward centralization he said: Louisville and ;Nashville and the Macon -
so far. '' as he knew, this action/ b Regular veekly.. '. trip to Basslngerd return. ,Roseada leave lfl..laae >.
"if democrat wavers, his constituents "I ,, with Dublin and Savannah.It '
any ana not a pessimist respectto , Tuesday "
Judge Jones'wa.. unprecedented. morning, and'arrivesYJsalmmee' Friday erenlag.Bpeclal .
;' should look into his business relation the race question. I am convincedthat ls not known whether the smaller Charter '
Tripe to Lake
Having made his statement; Colonel OkeeoVobee and Tort Myers oa taw Ullla a
4. and see whether be I*. under Garber asked to be excused: from further it I U. working Itself out, and I am lines will be a party to--the 2 l-S-ceht Comfortable. accommodation for paaaeagera.. ; Rate reasonable A

) obligation to the railroad attendance upon the court, which convinced that nothing has BO much basis or not, but It Is possible that ..Tbe moat picturesque WAterway In Florida. _

4 '-A Hamlltonlan republican like the request was granted, by Judge Jones, contributed to Us gradual solution as they will continue to operate upon a Far Passenger and 'Freight Rate..* apply toCLAY

I l'resident may honorably think that the Immediatelyleft the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth Scent or more base, as they could JOHNSON SR. Proprietor.,
and the attorney general
farther the movement is removed from amendments.*' not oft affected any more under thecompromise Oa board -Urlle," Klaslmmee, faa' ,
the court room. <
W the people, the better It will be, but a After 'mentioning the various 'mean scale than the proposed '
asked by of
More time being some
Jeffereonlan democrat does not. Of disfranchising voters., declaring that rates of the present commission. Theme
the solicitors Judge Jones held up I
r "It I* Very doubtful whether the republican such\ laws were proper'' If applied with Although, the Louisville Nashville ,
the hearing for some days during $ .
congressmen from the ,west which time he extended the order equal fairness to both white and black, '' and the Macon Dubl1n and Savannah ,College'of .Love-Making*

P will dare to support the president' he expreased the hope that the colored line are classified at 3 cent
which Is In
made aenrada1 ago,
'C: proposition but If an attempt Is made restraint. citizen, under the leadership nf such a ,mile, under the propostd, rates .effective .
itself '
1 to put such a measuure through eongreas Jones men as booker Washington, would September 2d. It has been By ftlxola GrtuySmlth.
Later In the day Judge assured .
the democrats will stand good become' respected business men of pointed out that owing to their connection
a delegation of railroad men Itiwa' .
? i' chance of retiring every western re- who called on him at hi" office that communities In which.. they live. The with''aome.of the larger road ,

publican who votes for It. Let tbe democrats they would be protected from indlgnjtles secretary continued; they will be placed under 1-2-cent' ROF. CHARLES H, HENDERSON, -*oclologlt of'the'University : .

present an unbroken front on "And whenthey exercise Independence a mile basis; of Chicago, declares that the' love-making 'of'todayo'needs )

"A,' Ibis vital ,proposition. on the part of state officers and of judgment in respect to political The larger, roads connected' 'with reforming and that courtship college ,,where, the first:

If arrested by any' of them'' for failureto Issues we ,may be sure 'that, grad. these Interest; so It 1 S. said: will ',.. F principles of correct wooing.would be,.taught are the crying -':,

TO' SUE'.CENTRAL.DIRECTORY. . observe state railroad law under ually the right to vote will be accorded willing, to sacrifice the'possibilities} of need' ot our times.. Rapid-transit marriages and, divorces ,
restraint by the federal court parties are, the professor .says,. teaulu.-ot the barb rl.m' Into.
t', ,----' them, and they will exercise a far the Scent a mile bide so as to place '
.i making arrests will be at once arrested which the love ot today,ha lapsed. He cite* a* anexam
.' 'Bonhcldsrs : tike the They useful Influence as Intelligent and the road the1 same footing for ''
Don't Way and 'severely punished more upon plof the decline rot true love ,Cases "where 'I the, wife'Isbought
"' Have Bean Treated. solid members of the community for ""convenience of arranging the tariffs from the> parent ,like a cow or where ah.' I. com* ,

Saturday' morning the third Income KILLED THIRTY INJUREQ. the benefit of their race then the Ignorant a* well a* the profit of the :'patrons. polled to marry 'to secure a fortune from, a,rich fool,. and denoonce.'JUrt..

zf. Central railroad bondholders In, Sa- FOUR. ; membe.'i of their taco would Although 'the Western end Atlantic lag boasting': conquests, acceptance of costly, ,aft'dCOIR'tMIp, ) .wttav:
'A, van received telegraphic ? Inquiries H.vIl Loaded (( Excursion have exercised had they been allowed railroad would, he In class ."A." the two ,out Intent to marry... (+T '. .. .. j '" ,
Two '',. Prof. Henderson must Imagine himself la the ; he.eturp.' ,Fr In na
from Lazard Freren, a French to' vote. In this way through devious cent .a mil class and ,the 'LouUvlIle: '
Trains Crash Together. i "' been' little In the lives aDd'Wee, ",,f w aMa aa
has there trafficking
"New York advia- which cannot be justified 'Nashville In class fD
Wall street, ways, or and at tree
of arm on Four persona were ,killed and thirty ; there is today. 'Formerly when a girl wa* sold Into matrimony "ft.* a pow".., .
firm would Into approved, we may still .reach a result mile the Western and At.
cents ,
lag them that the go a '
more or less Injured when a westbound: : as Prof, Henderson says, the parents got the purchase, money.' TodaJ"." ;she .
court. They proposed to contest In a, that will square with requirement lantlc 1* virtually a Louisville and I be regarded Improvement, not: ma a .
aa an
St. Louts and Son Francisco passenger gets,.It, and this think must \.
decision of the directors of the federal constitution, and will Nashville interest. and under a rate 'of
legal way the train Saturday and eastbound: passenger I lapse ,Into barbarism. :" ,.. '
withholding the dividends on the four both loaded heavily with excursionists give' to the negro every political and 2 1-2-cent: a mile basis,, the Western" It fs' pretty generally) conceded 'that women do the courting today.' In'

millions of third income. collided head-on near Sa- economic right, and will confer great and Atlantic ''would be .raised 'to. that savage times the most a woman could do to Indicate a preference was to1 runaway

This 'firm called on the Savannah benefit upon the colored race baste and the Louisville.and Nasuvllle. from the man of her choice a littlemore slowly.than aha did from her t
r .1 pulpa, Indian Terltorj.: south other'admirers In the strange reversal that civilisation brought about.
bondholder. to know if they could be "The negro Is necessary to lowered a cent a mile
I The wreck Is said to- have been due It la the man whose from the pursuit of th*.favored,lady be- ,ttii
a' laborer skilled and unskilled. .
of their cooperation In suck as The Macon, Dublin and Savannah
assured to the failure of the dispatcher at Sa-. tray his choice. If courtship I* to be taught today It 1* the women who must
was seat Were the negro to be withdrawn from would under the th three-cent a
a suit. An affirmative answer pulps: 'to Issue an order to' the eastbound difficulties operate be. sent to college And who shall teach them? Perhaps. married woman,

at, one*.. train to take the _elding at Red the Bout e, the agriculture mile scale under the -propossd rate, can teach a maiden a widow give a married 'woman'point*,'but.bow'may the

t would labor under can hardly be'over. but the Seaboard Air Line which operates general instructors ot the Sex be chosen What sort ''or''vxperleno* must a<

TO COVER TREASURY SHORTAGE Fork. stated. The negro la an American, he the M.. D. and S.. U. !in class teacher have. what. examination"'must he pas to be eligible*. ..There aN

BAD-PLIGHT. 'has no other country than this and "C". at 2 1.2 cent a mile, and ,the those who,think ,that to make? man happy It is only necessary to feed htm.. 1 ,

Grafting Was Done by Pennsylvania{ ERRING GIRL IN can have no other country than this, flat basis would place them both under. And'It the word be taken'la It*'largest sense It'we feed soul ;as well a*. '

k Shumakar. and when called upon to defend It the same tariff. sense, if w.'gl"e him real food for thought a* well a* real food for,dinner,the)'' t
$ Officials Miss Whaley' Who Eloped With Parson lays down his life with the same free ableto theory 1 I. the best that haa been evolved.' ; I}am sure, however, that ProfHenderson /, ,,
maker former super If the smaller roads are not :
Janus M. .Sh From / teachers his of court: w
,.. Cooke la Heard did not. me.-/ to aune.twomen for college
Intepdent 0(. i| public buildings and Deserted and about to become a .dom, that the white man:\ sacrificeshlaIt operate under a 2 1-2-<:ent''a; mile ship. ,With the frequent fatuity, ( the masculine pedagogue he probably supposes -' '

grounds at Harrisburg, Pa., who la Implicated mother Is the terrible situation'of 'loretta U 'our' duty to see to It that his basts It Is not probl.b1'that' the larger that men would make competent Instructor of love-makfng., _

of the cajjltol path Is made as easy as "we can and roads will ask* for reduction know about love-making! haa been,
by the reports Whaley, the 17-year-old heiress any A* a matter of fact, anything a man ,
r investigation commission, ha_ declaredbe fronvHempstead, that his progress la a* incessant aa a* the establishment ot the comp'tomlae learned'from, some woman;'orfrom many: women, and that 1* the reason the mart '

will'make a .full'confession ,of abe wbO' eloped last April. Jere Kencd proper encourgcment can make It. His rate will not affect them. of many adventures bas too often an advantage over the lonest.. straightforward ;

knows In connection with the capl- L. I., with 'the Rev. exclusive St best friend*-the one that can do most The principal re iron (bat Is said to but untaught amateur of the women's heart Love Is our game. And ''k

Cooke. then rector of the for him and the one in many respects It It 1* taught scientifically, we will have to teach' It. The college of court. ,, ,
claims that the manipulation the roads Is the alleged discriminations '
tol scandal. He George church, to which August Bel. who sympathizes wtlh{ him most-is govern when ship is necessarily. , .. a' _. om.n' -New'York, Evening. World..,'
of the funds was engineered bo that the rats g make e+
mont Pond other rich New Yorkers who sympathizes with him. most-U ... ..... ....._... .SNNB
by a hip'oftielal'of the'state to cover long. The whereabouts of Cooke Is the southern white man" two parallel 'lint. are' placed In different t'

state treasury, classes.
,up a, shortage In the unknown.

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-:-- as Frauds 5 "

., Boiler Exploded, Killing the Engineer, Nebraskan I. Shaken Up While on His 9y: International Typographical Union Rush Work on 'Canal Will Continue r -\. ., .
<'and B aklm ". .. Way to Chautauqua. for Disabled Member. Without Hindrance.A riV6me/i_ I";

'J''. the Central railway Aa William Jennings Bryan adjust The International Typographical UnIon careful examination of ,the few; h. r,
An engine on :
sunJay'morn'inc .d his necktie and brushed the cinders adjourned at Hot springs Satur governing the construction' of tbe panama .' Cor.ilL Y }
about 4 o'clock j 7"
blew up. front .his trousers, after emergIng day. What l_t regarded as the most 1m canalshows that the president It. l ', ,
SHOULD Just like to say one word'respecting a "right"which
near ;Raccoon Ga., killing three from a: wreck near Belvldere, 111., portant feature of ,the entire, conveylion authorized to grant.the request 'of. the no woman appears eager to seize upon and deCend.t ry:

ti men. Wednesday., he reflectively murmured was the adoption! of a resolutloi Uthnrlan canal commission tor permission the right to protest against the vulgar and Indecent manner ,"
Engineer! Will B. lI tchlnca. TTlre- "four.- approving 'and referring, tp aj; refaren '' to create:a deficiency of 3,000- ,la ,which Ibo la given away aa ,a' great Sham In all her. own' !; ,''v

man John Borders and Brakeman Arthur Then drawing his diary he noted dum vote of the !Subordinate unlohi 000" during"1 the current fiscal l yearto special fashion books and. pictorial.'. 'There man,see worn-'. ,

dowu the location and the date, with the proposition to levy an assessmentto meet 'the requirements the engineer ,an aa the Fool Rampant.;,The advertisements catering for her t
!: Welcher, colored, who were on patronage show, at her worst.. She Is depicted as aemKbald A
these words; 'Fourth time' a wreck provide mention( fund for disabled department for an enlarged scale ef .
the engine, were killed. has m'y variousjourneyito sixty ;, holding her 'wig j (they call "transformation' nowav !pa
occurred,on : members over years of age and, operations. .
. days In on.banbready to put on. She'Is shown Ina halftnude >
of ,the explosion 1* ,not speak at the Rockford chautaunua. members for low
The cause who have been not : ,
state, very.thin,,.and. scraggy, but again unblushingly artlfl
known. J i Where,la the ,silver llnlngt"; than, tweet' year. XPLOSl N MANGLES SIX. .e1aUy.mouldect plump portions of her body,whlcn nature, haaValled to supply. I'

'" f In readiness to fasten-over the hollow places she exblblKtd, plainly..and c.. !
EASY( JOB FOR ROBBERS.. ..*.NEW, HEAD FOR ,ASYLUM. RAI8ULI HOLDS HIS OWN. Boiler of,Coal Barge Gave Way.Wreak. pitilessly aa a Swindle.. Do:women Imagine/ that mea, never, look at such' pa-," '2

pens and never perceive the bold ,and. prominent challenge' of these ,degrading .:It:(\'
:, Bank,8af. Opened by Some One Who Dr. Jones:Buoeeed.Late Dr.' Powell of -' '' .,Ine': Death, and ,Destruction{ ,, rt advertisements which Instruct them a* to 'what a'palnted. powdered. pad", C y .

tr Kn.w the ',Combination.Robbers'broke . State Bandit, LIk "wise ,'Hoid'., "His Captive' In I.'A boiler on 'the coat' ,barge, Patted ded, dyed,. frizzledsbameiesre! a' woman maybe, aJotten 1st The' "'''1;
Georgia Sanitarium. ' t' '
: .; Contest at Arnls, rihich'usually natural woman, with healtht'a her .and heaven's. own' ,y f','
d: Into th* 'Peop e'.bank .' a son, pUe.'betwlen, New ' own glow upon cbeeka

at: :Wiggins; Mis,' a'am.n'sawmill. Dt'M.'Jones'who"has, : been connected information has,, reached :the state V"ork:andBoston, :exploded Friday, atLang's brightness In her: hair, la likely tq be Wronged by'doubts as to' her genuineness -; 1;;
witbtheInstitution: ; 'walle tbe fraud of th.r a
for,a nom of today everywhere proclaim-the ,
& '' south of' Hattlesburg, at Washington by'cable =
5 town' 85 mile and ber;of :jear. _' second assistant:physician department pocks.; /In Koboken; 'killing the. "femaf*foEm divine,"" Us built '.p,.. with.woman's :own approval?: bydhejooaitumler ; ; r
morning the"effect' that the bandit Ralsull '
at an early, hour Friday to and the peryuquletw-a. think with surely little of the noblest ,
: .
wps elected by' the .trustees on engineer and six: other tneo. The as sepae ( ;
secured 1,400., the enUncoDteDt."ofthe : baa completely deflated the largs: at. the Jockssev "rights" of womanhood a* the doll In a hairdresser's windows. .A'casual, study '
superintendent of Geor lying
: boat had been
: Thursday as ''
the safe. The ,safe was apparently fore sent against him by the Sultan'of ot four;modem ladle*':pictorials will convince the most optimistic male sup

opened by some one. ,who ,!knew 'the ,gia, ,state ,sanitarium. at, Mllledgevllla Morocco! la an effort to'tecure. the eral days and preparations :were being porterot."women's.rlghts""that! ) the majority of the fair, au are not In aay

,' '"t tomblna oD. to succeed the late Dr.-T., 0. J.;>owelL'I release, .of .Cald Sir Henry MacLean.. mad "to get under'trayt way fitted for the franchise. *.. ,'.and, after" .,aD; It ..Ii,the'Fnslortt7. 'that,COuntaHayper's -
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Ik tb .l. believed'to''bne' ,been; partly :
fowwe YtNey Gazette.rUBUBKEO u u uW. + B. Stetson {
,... due electrical l display outside y John UniYexsw,

wblcl\ seemed to: threaten rain. At

BVXRY" FEIDAT:\ any rate.'Dot even a very well-ren O. DTVNN fj COLLEGE! AND FIVE TECHNICAL' ,SCHOOL3.DELANO .
1 Ofliceln'Vsfey'Gazette, Building. dered piano selection from "brother"Party FOUR


familiar faces on the platform seemedto -- -
1.d r have dissappeared- It Is believed Affiliated With University of Chicago.
11. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r.SUBSCRIPTION ,.itI
1\\1\\', that some of the sect have de- IS NOW IN THE NORTHERN MARKETS ef '.'-Tb .t&Dd are th..S Oi t1.I..nlty of I CC teha1 8tet. '
serted their leader because of the son'Colltse.jr.UUIl"*. rWl"Wlvw lbeirdegrees from[ "both SWUon and Vhloago. << :' ..vw?'I ., -,.,..., ....RATES...... ...... .. .II CO newspapers having exposed -the fact.. f PURCHASING HIS FALL STOCK OF GOODS. * uronthe....... ...... ... .. ..
: .p.dK .1. 60 of his being a hypnotist. A fast is
_.Urn* month*.........,..?,........ as out. ... T.cbrolo Ackool'of M.cbapla'An.-Mechiok al. O1Y1tL"leatricat I
planned for today to better fit the deciplea WATCH THIS, SPACEFOR Cnrt.rlll' ) ;ffA our.n leedtaa 10 derr_ Floe DOW. whet..... eo.Uy!

6 to receive the "Holy! Ghost." t equipment. | ,_ all tu fcr.nol>.... Bookkeeping, be .
r W All_eeramu.ieatlon.po\d..ta.oust. xopt tie.tgnt from by out the author writer.naMwr Thus weakened ,la body, perhaps they SOMETHING INTERESTING WHEN 8ho S-.IT.d f,pewrlttnt..: : JEl lv. coun*.open In r'Dep.rtm.nU. L q.FaoulifiS**

wILdR d e will not tie returned units will tonightyield more freely to the oommodloua.......ratory build Ac&,....Y.-,,. 'Pl'tpnod 10 enter Harvard, Tale, Princeton.Coratfl. ,
hypnotic influence andagain' hold the HE RETURNS. Mloh".Chicago: aDd ail :Ii'-. : CO I, lCl.garIeD; In Its own bulldlall. t. PrtmUT &Dt UM Postofflo In 'KlMlnuM.Fla,.aS audience' spellbound, a* dur'incr' the< .1"".... .... .... _, ,..... ..... "" .... Or.-aJctIIIfa.p..a:.' : building. T.*..' Schools e.pecl.ll prepare I'IIbllo BrbOO1teachera.
I sa suI4.d i nail matter. first meetings. Last niifhtonly one ot SSS SBS EgSSSSSSSunny Nudge I1fl000" I p 10..0 r'bol'OUlb a cows plaool toParaN balldnti! ; 1&1'1.faoa1"tr" .
the. sect manifested the "unknow BckoQI.-A 1 )'.
.. modcU.tC 1 !,
etudin Oodly Cuts
Friday;August 30, 1907.{ tongue" feature, and no one at all DleW.n Art Reboot.-New has a faculty of.N'pmfes.on cud lnetruetnrlt. ?hey hold degrees' frolll the't1nfy...
IfN1'a" """"' isy NtieAMtiaem.aNaAWVevVN.e Kli Sate, psrtmonth, Cohrmbi., Toronto. Wake 1 orest, Loul.vlll. sow.
did the writing stunt Once the lights Chlc.Io Rarvant -
rnofu >iucknelt Valverslty of Miebig.n. Denotwoand other Unlv.rstnea, Th...,,
In the hall began to burn rather dimly ov.rL90e,0u0.OUln bUlldlnpault' ntpmemne.rl; )' aquarterof a 01111100/ dollar.ado"mII
b Prices Thread in Two Countries. and Chin" looked anx_ South Stables. lID endowed IIbrar of over 18.100""lutO".; a be.ullful cbapel with rosily furnisbin/M taala .
'up 1 lug atalaed ...wladowII,7"II p.lnUnlC",a ttU.lklt! piPe organ; a Oymnad.m with eompjNeapparatust
When the thread truit, bushy fearing that'' the "Prince ot In oacle"ed AthleUo Field, running :Irack' tenute courts; b.seball dlamood sa r
spool recently andiron be.ldcs .wlmmlug golf,rowing and other apotI.$ aeperale buildings for men cad
Darkness" was about to overtake Iaboralorlo.fur I : Pb..lrl. Bactertolos1. Mln.rolOQ sad atolegyiaeeeral
anade an advance In the retail price of women ten large Cbemlairy.
large .electrto bells, .team beat. comNt al".,
him and his followers 'as 'severalprevious 01"01'and abol';electrc lI"h" shag
mewing: cotton from 5 cents to'' 6( cents on INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors. ro.d b..1 avenues,ipaelou campus shrubbery and .lrM; aorlaL. lUeruy, mu.lcal.od other
occasions." "tudoa" club.;star te!'tur. coupes; cbrl.tUn and not' cctarlan leaching ,Th. location la
pool )
'i a it Utued a Circular elating ,,-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--.-.-.-.-.-.-.---.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..- brautllul and healthful cud the eipennei arc low
that the increased coat Of raw material i 1"or call1oJa.,ylcw, folder and Informath.a.ddrer.< the l'restdent
Low Rates via Atlantic Coast Line i

put and.up labor the price.Inquirjr bad made' It necessary, ,aa,develop,to 837.05'Saratoga Springs, N, V', and Ji I j= LIVERY SALE'and BOARDING |= BROAD1fAY- f sPYo. LINCOLN HULLEY,Ph. D. Lltt.'D., LL D.

,. ed the fact. that, notwithstanding the return via Norfolk: and New York, = .. 102 $ DSLAND, FLA.
833.40 Saratoga Springs, N; Y., and
Increase In the cost of raw material / $ ..NNe.N.NN.MNNN1NrNrNNN.NWell $ Y,

s' which should more great/) effect Eng; 1 return 940.05 via Saratoga Washington', N.; V.. and return I $ equipped with New Stock, and Vehicles and $
land, the .Amerll Is 'f'
;an. oullewlre j being .State Institutions for Higher Education.
'l compelled to pay' twice as much for via Washington! and Now York.' $ prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satisfaction. $ .

her thread as la chargedher, 'English Ou sale Sepletnber, 0 I and ,7, linul l f i
cousin. The. Philadelphia Ledger, limit September 17th. Extension;: : maybe
prints a picture, showing ''the comparative obtained to October Alii. On return University of the State of Florida'\ Florida Female College ,

sizes, of the .American und stopovers/ allowed/ at New' York, also f . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECiALTy. . i GAINESVILLE FLA. i TALLAHASSEE. t

e' i the English 0-cent, spool. Tbe latter at Norfolk. Privilege' of extension: at fc.a.. w .w. """"'..''''''... ...--''''' .+.tiywwww A high grade institution for youait i I I! A College for women, without i\ parallel -'
}, la twice the size. of the former and the I IJCngllsh Norfolk. men, offering Literary, Scientific. Kn In tho South, embracing a Col.glneering .
spool.contains' 400 yards to S25.50: Richmond, Va.? and returt j Agricultural and J 1'edagog,: lea':a of liberal 1 Arts a School for
the American spool's 200 yards. On sale September, 8, (II I, 10ntl( 11. BUDDED TREES cal) Courses. : Teachers st'lOoi a Nt'hoolaf industrial Arta
Final limit a of Fine Arts, including i
+ It Is a' very well known fact that! the Selll.embN'19tb. Strong Faculty; well equlp't"l! Lab- piano. pipe organ,:: violin, voted culture.
s: world has free trade In I'UCottOD, 825.70 Washington; D, C, and return oratories; thorough ItiHtruclloii, both elocution and physical cuture.
but the United States charges! a heavy via Norfolk. Isleswortli Nurseries. theoretical. and practical, careful supervision .L faculty of able specialists !in all
duty on finished cotton manufactures $27.70 Washington; 1). C., and! return /one. and discipline: high moral' departments.

Thus, the cost of the raw material for: via Richmond; on sale Septem No TUITION FKKK. Charges for pe- '
thread should be greater ''in" ,J-Jnglan bee 8, 0, 10 and 11. final limit JlftN CHASK .t; CO., 1'ropRlETORS J, W. HOARD, AOENT Other charges expenses* tq very Florida low. stuenta. to clul a instruction New floe'arts buildings reduced in a

by the amount of the fleixht'and in. days. We will I have ready for next Fall and Winter planting; a general' For; catalogue and other Infonna- course of construction. Write for r
enranco than it I. in the United States... Extensions may ,)>o' obalnoil until assortment of Orange and.Grapefrnit Trees of all leading varie ion address catalogue 5
Octolier 9th.JAMFSTOWN. ties. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough ,Lemon and
The ,
cost of labor
;d In manufacturing IsIIOme'wbat :, Sour.Orange roots, guaranteed free fromMntects pests of any kind. ANDREW SLEDD Pres.)A. A. MURPHREE Pres.
higher In the United States EXPOSITION IUT ;S. All budded from hearing trees! In our groves and therefore true to ,
ilr than in England; ; but balancing each: See oilier'advertisement.For name. Our facilities for growing; nursery stock are second to iun2a-cell '
aG., side against the other It appears that information call on or write none and our trees are as fine as tnoi.ey and twenty :year's experience _
the can produce. We are specialty this season/ of the n ,
actual cost of productton is justabout nearest agent
orJ. famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the
c the same in each country. The G. KIKKLAXU. greatest moneymaker in Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVVV &) t, ,
margin of difference i.1'he merest fraction D. P. A., Tampa. from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for pro

I of a cent per spool. Why, then, ..- Fla.Kissimmee ducing the best Valencia In California. f, OSCEOLA ,, }(

should the trust charge twice as much j Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha. Fla.. or call and see our Nurseries
for thread In.the United States as in i
at Waco
on Florida Midland R. R. P.I-IARMACY.
England? :

The answer of the query is two-fold. Co. Me... ea seerlira'4r6. A at uciaeBa>tSud.r.eBa sar. easar.>Ifk -.& .. ;
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Fint ,Cbe 'trust Is protected In'the 1 ", --- -

United States by the tariff, and, second 'NN fkrRaerer
It,la very rich.and very po''ertul'and : S. Floyd & Co. S'THE Don't forget us when in ,

enjoy i. ,a: virtual monopoly' of the '
thread business ID both countries It WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. ( "; LEADING, need of Anything

Is able,to crush any competition that "

might arise{ Ja Ppgjand! by reason of We carry the largest and GROCERSNEW DRUG in the DrugSTORE "

r its highly prQat.} American market most varied ''stockof ourline: .

and .to' 'rnsh ,anj pompetltlon that in town. S Line.

might arise ta 'Aiperica by means of j FIRM NEW GOODS .
We carry none but the ___.
t its great capita). Thptrusthasmann': 2 -- -- .1
freshest Sr.0 of ----.-
purest drugsaf" -- -
fft fj!?? !J2 !botih? !i c.o; ,!otrlf9i\ tq4 our timcs I Itf .S A Bottle of "Herblne" FREE to Every Customer.

'tariff !slug aid It ln'matntaiping its f Full Line of High Grade Fresh t b
'' t monopoly in 'both. 'With 'lhe< tariff' Your ACrlpttons! | are filled
;; Family and Fancy Groceries' .
", on thread removed, English French by a Graduate in Pharmacy I FREE DELIVERY -- -

'and German capital might: see a way besides five years'actual.' ex' F-w ur'Mrs'tf {F'Rs.riFr. "GnYesYr'Vnn'W-Wr'aYuaR
t open for'; )Investment'in the 'tbreadn perience. ,,- F fry
making business. for",American Doesn't this mean something Prices Ulglit Kissimniec Fla.sIF'ssr KISSSIMMEE. >PHONE NO. 89 f,
market In compelitlon with''the trust I ? . I II l ., "
bat to long a. the tariff remains tIle
'hold of the trust' upon the situation I We carry sufficient help to tiF tra4F"D"tfr.v.*9rylw'IF'F'pr gr'tis ar'lkt"V"Y"4"Yr' { "C. W. Griffin s

I deliver your packages withina i
will probably remain firm, and 'when .- -- ,
few moments after the .
pur- '
.fit it feels that jt can squeeze American "
: chase. This is not idle
t'consumers 'for seven, eight,' nine ,or boasting but want Fancy Family Groceries
ten cents a spool it wits not hesitate : we your C.; A.. CARSON JOHN M. LBB. N. B: CARSON. : ,
1 business! and we know we "
to do so. Meanwhile, American Pr ldat. Vlc -Preidct. Cackler

women will, doubtless be pen erln can please' Fresh Meats.
: M' '
State Bank of
w the question., "Why should we pay .
twice .much for thread as charged - Fia. Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. I 041

in England?"-Savannah Morning r.a8Ir.:6.A.A.-.Ao..A..Ao.A..A.A..A.i" : :: '
Kissimmee -
News.' > Drug . ... -- .- -- - __ MY, b
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the. .Unknown Tongue.- L|* ooooooooooooGooooGoFOR Kissimmee. Fla. DEPOSITORS, SECURITY, ,' BO OOOOO OOO XfOO WE KEEP A COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST I

The "unknown -- -- -- --- ---------
r tongue"/ sect has -
," been holding, forth. for some, time; in Prompt and direful Attention given lo SI ms tters> entrusted -
to MS. Exchanges;: Rood at all polatn ot cheapest
here they SALE' CHEAPIF
Tampa have
attracted '
considerable ,
at.teni.lon. and the. dally YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
', o ws|,apenr+have'devoted columns of
pace to their meetings. SOLD QUICK I : ,1

TIM following ,from the Evening Il
New is a sample of the daily, write- The hotel, ''Th Inn." WHITE ROSE S LOON.

t ups, which have been handed ''out. to The Van Duzor corner. xA t 1.
unknown tonguera!: fns
'' The }.Iao.WIt.b the Big' Chin last The; Okechobee House
night severely scored the. idea'that he The Waring cottage.

or any of his followers were "out. for Summer
The Makinson !
old -corner.
the cash.- Again too/ the 'hvpuotlc .OriO 1ee O'lancS.o: Fla ,

r'' lnaueD 'was almost a nullity;it working Twp ''cottages and one lot on ,--- -. .

;, principally "on" 'those, who are the O'Neal Addition. -
Y tw' 'regular'indulgers In this particular MACHINERY COMPANY y
Orange horse .
t ? sort of Intoxication,: which"the believers .' grove wagon and JAOKOQNVILLR. !! .. ,

tt. tbemaehe." '"adm I"' to bis- "like. harness, cow and bull calf. '-1 ..Pry'.GQods,' Clothing, Slides tore Dl t..c. ...... B74.. : a> Oc.. Street >'
new wine. 11teManWith the Chin
The property of Harry W Thur- . Portable and Stationery {,'
contented himself_ltb'toerel, concen't; M Engine d
and Boilers; Sawmills WOOdwork- t
rating his will on the speakers'' to man. Apply to the owner: J. M. and Notions., Ing Machinery and Supplies.: ; Corof j'
., make them more'fervent.The'man plete line carried in stock. Liberal
Willson Jr.-Kissimmee
Fla.! ao
''who' R.neral1leaa. the praying began I I Mrm Write for catalogue. ,
v sneaking In a very low voice.: Terms eaay.rpart may remain on / State agents for the Olds Lao aaoV
Bf Big Chin thought It could be Improve mortgage. II. C. STANfORD COMPANY .,_. -_' Oasolsne Enagae.

oa, aohe indulged in a loud handclap < .6-:_ .
t snd a about of ""Glory: !" 'wblcb'bad t. ,- ----'-;--- MACHINERYROLLINS t
1 Its effect took several more of ---WE ARE AOENTS'FOR -- .

'' these "hint*"to Induce the megaphonetyle. :
,i'' The Man With the Bald .Head International Harvester Co R. L. HARRIS, M: D. f';.J. 8. MC BWAN. .J
4" k, :was again absent but in his, place '

'sat a hea"]-..' young man, who 'went Gasoline:Engines. ,HARRIS' ;SANITORIUM.. ; COLLEGE ;:
". ', '
to sleep la the middle of the meeting '' '

.-either from the hypnotic 'influence or The Beat'on the Market;' We ORLANDO,,FLA ?. { WINTER . V ..
..', sheer % *"*'/ PARK. FLORIDA. ,. '
out of "earJn a Numerous will make close prices 'Engines i .
you on
'\'., .eeleetlone were read from Revelations, and Pumps in running, order' A:Private Institution 'built and ,equipped with all'modem'c 'IF you ..looking for a'First-class Institution of Learning,easy ot ace.a...
"'"probably' calculated to have a terrify on > for Surgical work and the care and treatment. of1 College ifs the It maintains d and thoronithlT ouif>t>irXi lIu
,farm. Blab Grade
\ "Joe effect on tbecoDCI'8CaUon.'rheD your , the sick. Art;; Expression, Modern ,Language? :Business and ColJere, Academ"Coors, eel
"a fr number of the sect began praying 'Terms 1t 8oaabte. Write for.Particulars. BO&l'4lnlftaellItlea, good and expanses tight :nile eStenojfJ'&ph ,
,i,1-4: tfroanlog, about ballot three' W. ,L Van fluz.ol &Co'W.4 : '. ," ., ' '.' ..: .. tee aporta.o :For faIr particular and' room. reservations"gymnasium address.uric and >. a.. <.
walked out in a body, but =oN'r''
< present .. :..;15. prfcTTlAT'i
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'Wewill sell our entire, Stock ' ,' "


of Refrigerators. , Ice Cream I H . ::


\ Freezers, Canopies, ScreenDoors BEST ON THE MARKET, ''

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Klsslmniee Valleu Gazette All,figured lawns at cost at KATZ'S, Wade the Tuner Orlando. All colors narrow. velvet Ribbon Mr.'HurryPale;; left last, week for
The H., C. Stanford Co. I The rainy season refuses .to rain
t W ._ -- -..-- S.r Queen j NO. 11. IT. C. StttCTord: Cod The Ladles Home Journal Patternsdo brick work: in the construction of; ,.a
TELEPHONE All figured lawns, at cost at! KATZ'S. not waste material, at Dann's. mill plant. ,. Attention is called to the advertisement
Mrs. D. P. Graham returned home 1 l' of the'W. B. Maklnson. Company
PUBLISHED-EVERY FJS1DAY: Tuesday from Live Oak, where she White shols at cost., come quick, .at Miss Susie'Dale will go to Miami Messrs. 8. II. Bullock and Frank "in this}issue

-BY- has been on an extended visit to the Dana's.Mr.. next week (to visit the family. of her Vans Agnew have been spending: the ,
t brot.her"Mr: Will Dale. week hunting the, ol Phone wants we do the {
NIl. B. MARFIIC3. family of hereon, W. S. Craham. George Sessions has purchased neighborhood .1'' your run-

::::b=-::-::-:'---'---- .:.= = We make a specialty of our Best a wagon end horse< and gone"lgtoo .the i op will und Dry GOOUB, Shoes, :Lake Clpre a.- irng.KISSIN1BLDana COMPANY.!' .,'

OFFICIAL. WKATHER REPORT. Seed and all praise them. dray: ing business. Notions,' Hardware, Granlteware Mr. and Mrs. K., L. Burnham,' who '
users Tinware "F, B. Stoneman edltor, of the
. ; Glassware, In fact almojir '
k ndlnc Thui* had.beeD spending few weeks
far a 'at
,, A"-y.Auiun.t BMrataM:lIIll107. w KKNNKRLY SRCD, STORE, Try the new" barber shop, Everything everything/ at the Cash Store,, and ret AU"mi-EeD1nl'Record, was elected
'Palatka. Fla. iiew" and up-to-date. Sharp ray a present with each purchase.F. their plane at Narcoossee' came*l Iq on Judge of the Criminal.Court of Dade
-- core, clean towels, first-class service. U. LAWSON. the Sugar Belt Monday and went up
...... Mint 1WLLa Spring' Fleming wishes to announce to Orlando.- 1'Y.i County last Tuesday by a handsome

--- to his patrons that he has returned toKlsslmmee Miss Marietta Pfann returned home The communication I appearing In majority. Mr. Stonemao formerly
14- and is' ready. to receive last week from a visit to'the family of these columns recently anent the"cow Mrs. M. J. Bass :Miss Jeana' Gardner lived It"'Orlando.,and has ,.a ,host Dotii,

""",, ,' :)r '.::.:..: DIe '78 orders for dyeing', cleaning, pressingetc. Mr ?. W. Hambleton. at Rising Sun, nuisance" question have been the and little >el Robersonwho friends throughout,this" section: wW;

r, 8omda1r.t.o.d.r ...'...',....... 911 74 74 Ma. subject of much controversy and it is have been on sin extended. vUlt will 'rejoice with .him ,in,. his .''good ..1, ,

7dr.da, ... N 7.W.d..dq gratifying to the Valley Gazette editor to.Cairo, Ga.,. are expected to arrive fortune. .
... .... .... M 7ft : '
I.!Candy,...... ... K> 78 For Rent SebterobeY 1-Tbe house Prof. C. E. Wade, of Orlando: has to know that. his suggestion of a home tomorrow. .
now" occupied by Dr. W. L. Wins In been in town a few dave this Week solution meets with general favor. Supt.' E. P. DaDo of the,:eleotria'light

-" .. -- South Klsslmmee. Apply to J. P. looking after pianos for some of his Gasoline has gone up three cents on plant flnlsbed the installationwork
Fox, 409 Tyler Street, Tampa. Fla., patrons. The rank of Knight was conferred the gallon in the local market. Thus of the passenger depot this'week.

or this office. ,32-t.f upon Mr Robt.. Smith by 'Friendship does this town" contribute her'share to and the light were turned-on for, the
We have several copies of the State Mr. C. W. Brown .ha. returned to Lodge K. of P, last Wednesday that twenty-nine million dollar fine assessed first time Wednesday night. The'

rrn E LOCAL HELD. | Laws left oyer and If any of the. reg.istered hU home at Campbell from Ft. Lau- evening! While the goat was in fine against the Standard Oil change from the dim kerosene io the

voters of the county 'failed to, derdale'and' \1s confined! to his bed form and did some. pretty lively buck- Company..-Lakeland News. refulgent rays of''.1ect.r1o., will '
a last week, they can have: with fever. 'prove 'a 1ence"fIo"'
get copy Ing stunts, Bob held on i tight and great ooD't'e .
one by calling at this office. \l' B.O. Lewis Messrs P> A. Vans Agnew and travefllng public. '
Mr. of Campbell Station ft finally" an aged to land right side up.
,1s Labor v.,. .- who has been ill for W. L. Van,Duzor went up to Jacksonville '
Next Mondaj quite several -
Williams '
Mr.' L. 'was'wp from "
: last. where : For< Sale at a' 'Bargain.-.On.. six
night ;
weeks, is now convalescent and Mr. A. B.,Newman, of the NewmanWllllnskyLumber ; they expectedto
,1 4ew Idea Patternel0centa, at, II.' Loughman' fOI'-.le", hours Tuesday. Co.:, whQ.jceoentljr: meet' the other stockholders and room'oottage and four vacant lots in,
: ,
I able to'be about ogalu.
Stanford Co. Mr, Williams and his family have sold their mill, to the K,sqlmmee complete the organization. of'the Pin North Klsslmmee.. J.',W.,SXYMOU*.'

been soendtng some tine at Espiritu Mr. Will Gilbert, !the obliging :express Lumber Co. has Moffitt. Fla. eola Hydrated Lime Company.Miss ,
to ,
Mr.O. C. McLean went down to Santos Springs near Tampa. :agent, expects to leave, 'nextweek' gone Mr. Vanderoooki; of the'1' census; department -
,; Bartow Wednesday. for a few"weeks rest and recreation. who here last
for a: short vacation, which he Effle. Slade, 'who has been was week
Miss Nellie Weatherbee left' Tuesday Mr. Newman owns a body of
cypressUmber at the home of Mrs. "T p. compiling;divorce statistics* for the
will staying ,
'spend the of :
!, seeing sights ,
See Embroideries and Insertions aII' for Golden, N. C. where she has west of townwhere" we understand -
department found that
'.' C. Stanford Co. .' ' In"a, Jamestown Exposition. Cranes for the pasts several months, ; ; up January:
accepted a position to teach be is thinking of putting la a '
let of this. there had beta
< left last week to visit her father at : year nieetyIffht -
';'... Regular meeting! Qf ,hen: School school which is run under the auspices I Patronize home Industry by getting shingle raill, , Campbell and writes' that'She'; will divorces granted stews she oeem-t;

ti r, Board next Tuesday".1. : "_.. ".' {\,.'nI.RegularineetibE of,the, .Christian' ',Alliance. tory.:your bottled Callup sod 120 from and the your home.orders fac Emm 'Howrd, a well known;: 'and reside 'at' Klssimmee.Tavares ly was founded. -.-.As thetdlvdroemill i

; : *! the county commissioners Mr. L. II. Ingram" of lobe.Sunny" will be properly filled.. highly respected colored woman; diedat Herald.' has been grinding pretty steadily this

next Monday: South. Stables, has returned from lltf. ,J, A* LANCASTER.Mr. her home in North Klsslmmee Sunday year, it Is probable that this 'number: Ip
Miami, where he went to dispose of aCarload night and was burled ..Monday. Isaac Lanier and son!, Raymond, will l ;be considerably !Increased by;'
The Town Council will meet in regular : of, horses and mules. Mr, Cleve Outlaw has resigned his The burial was under the 'direction of of KUslmmee, are visitors to. the city Januitry'1st,,1908.

s session next Tuesday\ night. Ingram reports a very satisfactorytrip. position as head clerk at the'' freightdepot Undertaker J.,,,Ws,Thompson and was today., Mr. Lanier is a descendant of '

r ', ,' ., to take, effect September Oth, probably the most largely: attended of the, French Huguenots :of'the same .Danes Straw, hats'at' a"d'"below costat.' .
Cash Remnant Sale beginning and expects to leave shortly for name and even to this day the family _
colored -
l the
Monday August J2thr at KATZ'aMr. .:.. i Mr. J.- 7..' Itoberson, who went be- any funeral among
Texas, where he will locate.. people over held In Kis&lmmee. preserves the lillles of France In the Mr,: Francis M. Gill, from 'near
Harry W. Tliurman made a for: the State Pharmaceutical Board brand upon'' their' cattle. -Orlando
: Have .- Davenport, spent Wednesday Sa"fIown
tried our select stock of I
,business trip to Tampa ;this week. some time ago and took the examlna Big Boston'you Lettuce? if -not, :you' Ike Myers,colored, was brought; up Ileportcr-Star, and paid this office* ple..ant.u.1L';'
atlon. received' his certificate last
Madam Dell' Antonio left Tuesdaytor don't know 'whwt you have' misted. from PUnt City Monday night by Mr. A. E. Drought passed throughon Mr; GUI Is 78 years'old and Is pne.of''
week and 1. now >o registered phar Sheriff Walker and placed in jail,
St. Augustine to spend a week. Better send for some at once. the midnight train last night en- the pioneersettlers' of this, part at
t macist. charged with obtaining money 'b1 Florida... He was deputy ,..b..lfr"of'
KENNFJILV SKKO STORE route from Tampa to the hospital In
those Matchless! American .
h. Beauty See Corsets af II. C. Stanford Co. The Rod Caps of Klsslmmee played Palatka. Fla., false representations. 'A special Orlando. *' He was accompanied by Orange county'about. forty years ago
the Blue Eagles of Plant City on term of the county court tfas held yesterday Messrs. A. C.' Uourley 'and' E.G.; I and ID his official capacity..: Intimately

A useful present with every purchase Monday, and were defeated by ascore $t..o3obn''. Guild of the. Episcopal at which he pleaded guilty: and Vans Agnew We regret''to! %; hearthat 'connected wjth. the' Barber

t ,'; Store., from: five. cfni l-.ur H., at LAWSON.the Cash of 7 to 0 and on Tuesday were defeated Church will meet Tuesday afternoon, was" sentenced by'" his l l honor, Judge Mr. Drought's'; condition S.' 'DOt Miscue feud, a#portloiTon, the unwritten -

t'iR I;( ,by a score of 7, to 3 in favor of September 3rd, attf 1:30: p. m. at the W. It. Johnston, to pay a fine of (30, very much Improved.'. I history of this section with, Ivhlcbthe !:
j ':; Rev.. W. A. ;flyers will preach a Plant City. church. All ladles of the Church and or aerie sixty days in )jail. older residents are familiar '

special sermon to laboring( men next Y Sunday Mr. M. Kate left Wednesday .D1 bt White Star Floyd who baskbeen spending the summer In Remnant sale,. for cash ODt"l atKate's .
&Co. ,
fob Baltimore and New York to purchase ., England, is expected:: to\ arrive home beginning Mondaj Aug. 12.
t All summer dress' gc ods except his fall and winter stock ofrood. The K1.simmeeOrcbe.tra is preparing ELOCUTION-Instructions given in shortly. He will be ''accompanied by : '
t, white and solid colored lawns reduced Owing to declining, health. and' his''
c in price' KATZ'S. .. Mrs. Katz, who- has. been to give a grand "Promenade Con elocution, oratory, dramatic reading, his sister, who comes''over' to; keep consequent inability to look after, the'business. ,
summering in Kentucky, will return cert on September 27th. A more definite character and artistic posing.' Special bouse for him, and also V young M. .
f1 Clalr-AbratnB
,Mr. E. )D. Hogaa came up from borne! with him. announcement as' to place andprogram attention given to the technique friend of,his, the' son of an English has sold bis the Tavares,
Loughman and spent 'Sunday and will be made through these of voice expression. My many yearsof learn 'growingunder
who will
vicar, orange "
Herald d to Mr. T. P,.,Car...., 1"bel.n'
. ,:. 'Monday with hll family noel-loo columns later; teaching enables. me to Insure Mr. Woodham's tutelage
: Issue of the Herald
the following
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)I.... T.. M. ,Murphy bas returned pan at Louahman, and moved his 'Mr. W. R. Mclntyre, formerly with rapid advancement and a finish not Dwellings, for .rent .apply, to M.. item," In reference i attainable to teachers .of less exper .
f' from a month's outing, spent In Cincinnati famllv'back to town this week.H* the Oscepla Pharmacy here, is now Tiller. Abram.condition:' '"Mr, ,Alfred'St.,,

of O., anil parts of Kentucky has rented the Barry Woods cottageIn : chemist ,for Solemon's ", wholesale' ience. Primary, and advanced pupilssolicited. air-Abrams and Mr. JohnX Kelly.
.-MRS. A. D.'WRIOHT. 38 Vernon (Porter, youngest; son Of)
r' 1'( Miss Violet GlIbefto.J'et0 her, West Klssimmee. drug house at Savannah.' Mao's Mr. M. H. Porter, while playing of New York, a trained nurse, arrived;
: after many old mends here will be glad to line of the Ktssira- la'Ta't'areaJ'rld.: of last week .and'while : ,
home at Fort flyers Tuesday Smoke Key West Havana, the be. Fine watches. ,at around in the yard at his borne, last ,, i
\ an'extended. relatives hereFlorsbeioT's ,- hear of ,bis promotion.. mew Drug Co. here at the ''
pa ; ; visit( with Co cigar on the market, Monday, was bitten on the big( toe bya stopped residence/,,

rt; f.; $5 Patent Oxfords are: ;1 \IiHoward Katsr arrived home S Cards have beeq received by friends It Is said by the knowing ones that snake ,The toe began to '.weU'and T In',P.. Carnes. Mr.' 'Abrams eontinnes

, the correct !tbiDir "'e. to style;comfort, I from 'Columbia: 'University", N.'Y.' :, In town announcing the approaching the "wets" are already getting: their. Mrs; Porter applied some emergency feeble health. He JIM. not walked a

.1' etc.. Found,. at H. C. Stanford Co.. Sunday night to spend". "few weeks.: marriage of Miss Emma (Morgan to force together and will endeavor to remedies and then brought him into step In several 'weeks. but- .bi.dition .."eon?, a
'only I 'his Mr. Fred Fee which will He will have charge of ,, father'. have another wetand dry town .as quickly as possible '
yk New barber shop at, Patrick's 'old Miss )( '. )home here on Wednesday for what It bai resm; He and nurse returned
stare while' the latter .is in the orra t as soon. the,, two years under the treatment .of Dr. Rivers, -
stand; Service by a ,rrnonlal anise.conversant northern market purchasing his fail evening Sept. 3rdzMr. which lobe county ,was voted dry at the poison was MOODS eradicated and Saturday'evening byway! of
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all the fads
r \ with latest the Seaboard to Jacksonville... '
: barbering. .. '>f.lira. and winter stock.- f'r E. L. Lesley and 'family are the last election nave expired. Thetime tbe little fellow was all right again., ,

; v C. :J,. Woodall and daughter Ladies Shirt Waists at a big ref now in Hendersonrllle,' :N. C.,. from ,,1llep1re next February Mr. J. Coop ,Jones, who.,recently:
dUct.10D\ at Dann's. which place he writes to a friend here ShirtWaists Later Bay Services
Eva returned last week from Georgia, : A beautiful line of Whit purchased the mercantile business of a
yt ,: where they had been spending several. The regular September examinationfor : stating that the weather In that'.ex- : .at H'\ C. Stanford,Co. Mr.'W. H. Smith., has entered into tea lIethod1dm\ b: 'Sunday' ,'It

i, ,.'weeks with'relatives. and friends.'Mr. teachers will be held at &be.court aced atmosphere. Is;delightfully cool Her. M. .A Costaboom. left last copartnership with the latter gentleman ,. a. m., Subject:: The' ChurchHer and

"' ,'' ' one, of Bartow''* house next:" ek,:beginning ,Tuesday and overooats: ..comfortable.. .. week: forLaIngton, KT.. to enter she tinder the firm nam. of Smith A: Brother-in-law..All, arTited. ,b.,
Leon *
.. at,9 a. m., Supt.; Sears..requests. allapplloante Bunt ii cool, shady place'and start University,In that city and ,completehis Jones, and his stock .of, ''roods! 'was. . - "' '
merchant spents
progressive. :young weak with, his to bring pens/ inks and your fall vegetable garden., II'you education In order to better ore shipped to Orlando this week, where t.J ," .
: > few days here thl .. The same text books-: will bused ,nUnls- they will open up business about ?Waat :
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C. E. :Jones, paper. ire doubt as to what varieties to pare himself for his work as a f";1 ed. .
S mother-in-law>' Mrs.. as were. used" ''In,thJnne: ;eXamInation. -. plant, write us and wa,will try to help ter, of,; the Christian ,Church. Mr. Sept. 1st. While"' Kisslmmee rajpwta# Llve'Sandhill Cranes, Cen."Wood,
'", "jk; FOB Itbrr Two eottages b.O'NealOsborne ..' rou..< We are fanners 'ourselves.Palatks.Fla.. 3ossaboom is young man of fine attainment to lose these;gentlemen,\'our citizens Ducks and Big ;,Fox Squirrels.: .

{ three-room.addition-Apply one .1.1'0011I.Dd toDtraoB Fresh'etock garden aid floirer'' seed ,KaNNSRLTSrxo B'I'OBIC' ,. *"and,his congregation here will wish for them every prosperity. ,In prices paid;; Dr; Cecil Frcnoh.'Natir'+. J.

k, : .one< ',W. L.-V.AN CO..' at the! Klsslmmee Dnw Co. ' regret to Rive him up. their new home. ..alist Washington, D. C. Jly a 2-_,

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Charges Federal Grand Jury'to Indict Secretary of Cortelyou

Alabama Officials Who Dare to Adopts New: Plan to 'Forestall
Scouts( Offer Immunity and I
Possible Panic !In -Money.
Demands a Guarantee. -
fIn AND /
1r his charge to the United State Secretary( of the Treasury Cortelyou ?

r.- .. grand jury, aJt Montgomery, Ala., on "announced( Friday a new plan of depositing

't WOULD STAND A TRIAL Wednesday afternoon Judge Thomas government funds! In New

O. Jones made It plain that' he expected York Boston and other cities, to at-

them to Indict any state or county ford relief to the money market In ,.. - -
From Safe Retreat in Indiana, Outlaw* movement Pasture For ; and the labor required toe t.114lt.
officer, who interferes In any Way the appropachlnjf crop period. llogui crops
i td Kentucky Governor [tIctatea.'londltlo'na For .tate pastures for the hogs sow cultivation. It Is IlL great mistake to
the .
with orders of his court with regard to the cash returns 1Meso
'ot look only immediate
on Which';' HeI a mlitpre rape, oats and barley
to the state,, railroad laws which Commencing next week, be will on the earliest harvested! grain fields. regardless of the condition ot,

Will Return'to Stets. be su.Pended and restrained. place each week at such points In Besldesfdrnlshln a fine supply of the land after the crop has been' harvested '

M The Incident grows out. of the threat green feed, the hogs will do a good for there Is a great"dlfterenoela r4i
William. S. Taylor, formerly governor oa the part of state solicitors and the cpuntry'as he shall designate, government Job cleaning up the field.-Farmers' the comparative values of crops i f ny'n' "r..
funds td such an amount as that exhaust the fertility of the soil '
of Kentucky, whose extradition hat sheriff to make arrests for violations Home Journal ,

bec'n a"ughtby.. the authorities of that oS? the state laws that have been held he deems sufficient' to prevent an acute .. and those which do not exhaust but
Fertilizing Value of on the contrary add fertilizing elements '
atate'.Ince' \ Clover
the--assallilllallon of. Governor of the United States court ,
ui by Order monetary stringency and possible panic thereto. leguminous plants
A speaker at Wisconsin t.a, h raw a..n.Os,.
William 'farmers'inslitutocalls Oosydpa
v seven yeanAgo and Indicates that the judge Is ready when the demand tot money Is great. ( do this and therefore they should be
gave out a. statement at Indianapolis for any sort o'f fight the state!! may attention td'' the tact planted In rotation tor the benefit of
eat at the height of the cropmovingperiod. that clover has a big value 'a. a fer MAN-A-LIN ,Is An t
Indiana Friday: night, which see fit to put up on his,tourt. tilizing' crop. For Wisconsin thereIs crops that are to follow them. ;

he said li the first public tlalenient The Judge tells the jury that they about'' eight dollars of fertility Ina The soja bean, which Is not well r

,,1 he has made 'since euvlng'hi.. natty.atat. are likely to be held In session until The new plan of the secretary for ton of' clover hay and It Is'worth known In this country being from Excellent Remedy

.. there Is a settlement of the cases, [or monetary 'relief, be believes, will' three-quarters of that In manure i Japan. contains more protein and fat. for'
He first dlsstcts the promises of such a let-up.In the proceedings that the after It ha. been fed Therefore If than the cow' pea. 'One of the advantages .
I' prove more efficacious than old with both crops Is that the r
Immunity said to have been offered an acre yields two tons of clover hay '
they can be safely let go without fear ailments directly
vines highly relished by cattle are many
method of waiting until the ,
countrywas having a feeding value of $16. and It
him recently should be testify In the He
of discredit to the court. says
and'where are and bogs constipation
crops grown
fll fed on the land so that f 12 Of ferlllier dependent upon
severely shaken ;
Caleb' Power case: and then -toth financially And t
says Recent events will compel the turned In to do the harvesting the
' ; Kentucky authorities that he I* court to detain you here .ome'time then coming to the) relief at the last value of can$28 be would returned be to the soil a results have been very satisfactory. such as biliousness, discolored .,.

.willing<<, to return to hls hems state watching/ way be, for overt acts moment by placing large deposits In in addition there word realised be onethirdof and and the land Improved. Those who and pimpled aria Inactive 'v

and stand trial on the charge against of resistance to the process of the New York banks Secretary Cortel- the crop In the ground which have grown the sofa bean commend it liver 'dyspepsia, overworked kidneys \ :r

himself It granted certalit guarantees. court which some now threaten In the you did not state -how much moneyhe would remain in the soil to fertilize highly It has but few beans In a and headache. ,,4 '

The statement says: near' future. The situation here Is abnormal will deposit each week. It, supplying the Important element pod. While the cow pea (which Is Remove constipation and ;;: ,
really a bean) has half a dozen, but
of humus.
"For more than seven, years I have so uncalled for so unwise, so The plan was made known In New -Weekly Witness. '
soja bean has
many -more pods dls- :
'," ", borne In silence he ',Ianl\ and per- detrimental to the welfare and peace York Friday In the following official than the cow pea. The soja bean all of those ailments : 'f;

aecutfons' of hose who rObbed me of Of our people that the court feels statement to the Associated Press: Removing Stones. grows from two to four feet high' appear. 1,

what heaven knows wns my own' and compelled by a high sense of duty to "Secretary Cortelyou announcedthat for' Do you know of a machine made and ripens about the first of October, "'
crime lIb beginning with week the gathering small stones on a field T but MAN-A-LIN can be relied up- ., '
who to conceal that against call your attention to it. next t have been told that If the vines are preferred for hay

arty and for no other reason, indicted The law Is then clUed as to the Ireasury 'departme'nt' will make each facture. a machine for some that one manu- they may be cut down about the latter on to produce a gentle action of

and drove me Into exile.: I trust rltht of the federal court to enjoin week for1' a period of not less than hat works to great advantage purpose and Is part of August As much as forty the bowels, making pills and drastic :

an Indulgent 'public will permit me acts by: Uio state until such acts are five weeks, deposits: In national banks i great.labor-saver, but I have never bushels of reed per acre have been cathartics entirely unneces '1
grown on good land, under favorable
\, now to break that silence.. declared to be legal and the Revised 1 at New York Boston and other points, teen one advertised myself, and the conditions. There are several varieties scary '

"Commonwealth' Attorney Franklin Statutes are recited to show that any the -security required to be approved lid nan who told me that he had seen it the dwarf kinds being mostly A dose or two of Man-a-Iln ,St..TAjY.LO'R .-. "TM

f ot Kentucky knows that ,,,1 have fully 'who violate the' orders of the court on atjio, municipal nnd raitroaa bones not know where It waa purchased. preferred. The soja bean Is quite ,
r. N. C.Stone.. '
testified in the Powers case by deposition. may be ImprUoned and not only fined acceptable under the existing requirement [ six Inches and smaller hardy and -can stand a slight touchof Is advisable In slight, febrile \

f ThU testimony' Is a part of for contempt, but also Indicted and of the department with the understanding )>e gathered In rows with an A-shaped may frost but the cow pea thrives only attacks, la grippe, colds and "

the record of the case, and Is accejsl- given long terms In the penltentlwy.! that. If called for, suchlepolts frame aud barrow teeth. Load with under climatic) conditions favorablefor Influenza. -

ble to him lie knows, tow: that he All these things the judge tells the shall be returned after January tour or six-tine fork, unload by garden beans.It ,
Is better to seed of the
bad a right to cross-examine me at jury they not only have a right to 1 In Installments to be fixed by lump-boards or square pointed procure I
soja beangrown in the North If
the 'tllDe.1 gave it and cut not do so.He1 apply, but it Is their duty to apply the secretary ot the treasury."This hovel. A mud-iled is best for abort possible as the seed from very ,far THE MAN-A-LIN CO,

knows that neither he nor any them. action Is taken to met the hauls, but must be unloaded by South is
hovel. not well adapted to the COLUMBUS, OHIO U. S. A.
other officer or combination of officers commercial and Industrial needn of If you use a mud-sled, have Northern
lie says all the power of the flag i five-foot stake climate. The growing of !
la Kentucky has the legal 'right to aDU the nation is behind them to en. he country at this season, and is believed asteo lines to this at then hind end, and the soja beans and cow peas widens - - -
; a touch to
grant 'neb Immunity and that were force the orders of the court, and that to be preferable to waiting until either line with fork-handle guides the farmer's privileges by giving him How to Escape. ,t
I to return under such two crops rich In seed and vine and A now well known author BBC drifted -
promises o.
Ocers of the state will not be al. a time of acute stringency when the the team and saves time.]-Country
f of qualities that nerve to assist him down Into Arkansas Is search of
would be 'denied
Immunity < arrested entlemau.
alternative would be
lowed In any sense to defy the trib- only -large general
-.- in winter when variety of food may local color. As.h!! was "roughing It,"-
ball and like Mr. Powers be subjected deposit. The latter policy the -- ra
unal. Among other things, he says: secretary : !-.- be necessary In'order to keep the his appearance wan not calculated (o
to nothing less than a mock trial by "Are lives desires to supplant- by one Calf Scoars. .
{ the of interstatepassen- stock In thrifty condition. Canada Inspire the local landlords with a partisan 'court, before a packed .partisan gets to be endangered by such a stateof which shall have as Its ultimate object Professor Shaw, of the Michigan has made her field pea a leading crop ID on _town I.*' was shown

'' court with a $100,000 corrupUoa things Are the malls of the'coun-'' the adjustment of the. operations of College, says concerning the treat- for years and greatly to her ad van- to a room on the third floor, reached

Sued as' a powerful incentive to 'con.wictlon. try and Interstate commerce to be de- he treasury department as rapidly, as ; best mentof scours in -calves: "One of the tage. With cow peas and soja. beans through many narrow and windingpassages. -

,The law' Is. clear that Mr. layed and the flag which stands behind maybe, practicable under existing law things almost we have used and are our farmers can grow better foods From the one window It ';' ,1,
Franklin''any other officer has no uslpg altogether with which with nd additional expense than from was a straight drop to the ground. 'i
the order of the court Insulted In such.manner as shall preclude their to suppress\ outbreaks
'prpinlso'.Immunity of calf scours, grain crops, while the soil can be "Say, how would I get out of this
po-er. by such lawless arrests? No being any sense a disturbing factorIn I. a .mixture of
one tincture of rhubarb, place In "'
greatly Increased fertility by plow. case of fire? be asked-the.
"But Inasmuch ot :Mr. Franklin would respect the American people the business world camphor and opiate, equal parts In Ing under the vines especially if lime landlord who had brought up his crip.

abounds |I'n "propositions l and prcmiaea If Its government tolerated such conS 'Under the new plan tbe secretary hot water about a teaspoonful. One Is also used 01t e land.-Epltomlst. I Tb. other eyed him coldly "Wall,"

and seems namorE'd'ot the Idea that Itionj on any foot of American: soil will place the government funds In of the most Interesting recoveries I; : he drawled, ".11 yo' would have to .In 7

( he can do things I will say this:, longer than Is necessary to brine! Its amounts large enough to meet the week have ever seen was about three Beautify the Farm Home. would. be to show the night watchmanthe

"It bee will-' In. ,some way provide Power to bear' upon the transgressor." 'situation. For this purpose, he may scoured ago and In was the case so near of a death calf that the Every farm home should have) a one with ther shotgun-a receipted '' 1

an absolute &guaranty not merely apromise The jury' Is charged to Inquire of deposit all custom funds which he is feet 'were stretched out cold and lawn regardless of {the site of the 'bill fob yo' board an' lodglb. '

-*-* guaranty that ,will inspire every offense brought to its knowledge permitted! to/ under the Aldrich act tiff,. and there 'was every symptom farm and of the dwelling. Thera :' an' get him. to tie up they bulldogOellmao. ."- If

confidence among sensible, level-bead- ot resistance to the process of the and it these are-not sufficient he. will of death. Tho call! was treated In no more enjoyable place to live than

td, honest men--a guaranty'the'spirit: court'or, efforts to obstruct or Impede augment' them from the treasury: bat. that way twice then fed with raw In comfortable, farm home which ,
wblch rnot bfl' violated though eggs and milk Is snugly surrounded by a beautiful Poster That Won. ,
ot may : : ) : which Increases''each' after occasionally, and heecovered. '
the > duo administration of,, justice In ance week "
As Lord the
Earl of A.lbemarle'reprell'nh'lI
> Bury,
"-he' latter be 'observed.?;"ibatj( I jwllhbe He-was the sickest lawn and shade trees. A pretty lawn
Impartlal'traill"wlllgladly ! the j cases ,now:' upj+;l#W't'"i' ?1 Iilx\) ',,;;;:fYl!!h',4r > fair and came
given a In a'statement ghen' to the public I '' "Secretary.Cortelyou?;'In placing 'the "ft after a week or ten day., but he wIthin the reach of every farm. In 18$2!$ his opponent being Mr. Lever '+_

return' to' Kentucky- and ,submit Wednesday, afternoon ''Governor' Comer government .tunds win' dehendt much Ia one 'of the best feeders we have er. The cost for trees plants and of Sunlight Soap fame, and he recalls .

to J trial , announced that If the railroads upon the bureau urgently established In the bunch to-d a y." grass seed is comparatively nothing, an Interesting anecdote connect

"In otberwordi If Mr. Franklin will ot the state are not obeying the laws! In the treasury department to Inform while the benefits and measure__ to n ba__ ed with his election. A couple of days t

cause 1 what'remain of the one hun- of the state by October let, as Is the him where stringency is being felt :Uoo: Mulch Alfalfa. derived are considerable If farm before the poll his opponent came out

dred thousand dollar .corruption fund cave with several lines he will call most. -believes that by not annouucng I am Inclined to believe that some homes and farm life were more attractive with a poster bearing the device
of us have made and pleasant, there would be Vote for Lever and swim with the
to be returned to the treaiury of Kentucky aD extra session ot the legislature tonact In advance the amounts to be mistakes by sowing
'.- wo past vt It to 'bo ujed In too much alfalfa seed. Two years less-trouble encountered about keepIng flowing tide" to which lord Bury retorted
such laws as are necessary to deposited he will prevent speculators the children with another a
prosecution ago, on our farm we prepared on thefarm. Moreover inscribed Vot
the will
.Ii. : ; guarantee lest give the state power to enforce Its from taking. advantage of the situation twenty acres of land for this crop pleasant surroundings have an for Oury. and dam the flowing tide...
trial In shall be
my case tatutes. and obtaining money which he plowing 'fn July after wheat and uplifting effect upon character, especially It was this poster according to his

'com posed, of six upright democratsand The governor recites that the demands believes diould go. Into other chan harrowing It eight or ten times get- : those of Immature persons. friends, that gained him his seat.- .

a alike number ot upright' repubIlcang of the state are very moderateand nels. tine It into the finest tilth imaginable A farm house may appear small and Reynolds's Newspaper {

;, will guarantee that hall will reasonable that several lines "In previous years the sudden outpouring This made an ideal seed bed. uninviting In a treeless yard, but It '

be granted me within' the limits of have seen them to be so and thereIs of money from the na'ttonal.reasury We sowed twenty pounds ot good It were to be surrounded by a lawn BACKWARD SEASON.
'1100,000; will dismiss the IndJctmenti alfalfa seed to the acre and I am a few ornamental or fruit trees, there Knlck.:Get a bite '
no reason to stand out against when a crop moving stringency '
against "all parties used confident that the stand was entirely would be a decided change for the Docker-Tes, but I don't know
as prosecuting! hem longer. He thinks they can bested was absorbing all available too thick. There is a distinct rela- better and the same place would be whether It U fish or frost.-New York I

witnesses except myself' and, lastly In the courts and given every 'unds' made a good export movement tlon between the amount of seed to made to appear cozy and cheerful. Bun. ,

will, lu advance 'by mutual agree. how as to legality He says that possible by the very violence of the use and the state of preparation of And It only takes a few trees and ,

anent, select an impartial Jury Judge I be must enforce the -law, that it is reaction. The financial situation has ; he land. I think ,that,oa land prepared some grass to make the change.

to try my case I will,. without any his. constitutional duty to do so. occupied Secretary Cortelyou's atten- like that above described ten Those who already have lawns and It's a '.

promise of Immunity, voluntarily return Uon for\ some time, and he is doing pounds ot seed would have made an perchance some shade trees, should
to Kentucky not only, to testify excellent stand. However if the endeavor to make the lawn still more
FOR TROOPS what he can to bring relief. Notwith
'la the Powers case.but to submit my. land is cloddy or otherwise In bad beautiful. Provide better trees and
Amelt to' trial.. standing heavy demands for the $30- condition It may be necessary to use more of them It there is plenty ot GoodTime
t. And General Bell Refers Them to the 000,000 Panama, bonds which are still even as much as thirty-fire poundsof room. Replace those old -cottonwoo

Governor of Arizona. unused, the secretary declines to place seed. Usually It will be cheaperto and soft maple trees with better and

SOUTHERN CUTS DIVIDEND. Representatives. of the telegraph them on ale a. the government does put the land. In an Ideal conditionof more beautiful ones. There is noth

companies called upon General not need money and their purchaseby tutu and use a smaller quantity ing better for both landscape effect

High post of Maintenance and Drastlo chief of staff, at, the war department Bells, the banks would tie up additional of seed.-W. J. Splllman, In Hoard's find varieties windbreak purposes than hardy now
Legislation the Cause Dairyman. of evergreen spruce, pine
10. Washington Wednesday in relation millions. and fir. Many a farm has a tidy and
''The -directors of the Southern RalU\ to tl1e' attack upon the non-union telegraphers Practical Poultry Points. comfortable appearance because such to see what a good "staying"

way company; at ther meeting i In at the relay point at Ash If hens lay soft-shelled-eggs, It is trees are set wide apart In the lawn breakfast can be made without

New York, Friday; cut the semi-annual ford, Arizona, Tuesday. They desired A MATTER OF ENDURANCE a good Indication that they need and associatedwith arbor vita I high-priced .

dividend of'the preferred stock of tbe the national government to provide a lime and a supply should be keptwhere hedges that are, properly trimmed,

company from 2 1-2 to 12 'per coat.President military guard at the point to protect Also a Test of Fences Will Decide -they can help themselves. and cared for. Fine flowering and I

( Flaley made the following.statement the operators against another attack. Strike of Telegraphers.Strike Whitewash the hen house frequently. foliage shrubs are cheap and plentiful : MeatTRY
: leaders at the headquarters Lime will not only arrest these days and should have s
''Th .directors considered General Bell pointed out that under disease to a certain extent but destroys place around every farm home. But
that under of the telegraphers' union In Chicago
the constitutional limitations, he could lice also ill odors and givesa It Is by no means necessary or desirable
existing .
conditions of high place not respond to any such direct appeal declared Wednesday that the contest neat, clean appearance to the place. to crowd the lawn with tree A Little fruit
of, supplies, material and labor of increasing bad settled down to 'a matter of en- and ,
from the companies. }\ Have movable perches, they are shubbery; Indeed one of the first. A Dish '
r taxes au'd legislative reduc Their recourse was, be Inrormedthem durance, which: according to one official more easily leant clean principles of correct land ca 1I .*... ol Grape-Nuts and Cream, .
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Lion' of revenues, It was the part oto to appeal to the governor of the of the telegraphers union means. Plant sunflowers .; the waste con, denlng is to reserve a wide expanse A Son-Boiled Egg
nserriUlve to test ners. They are said to be of lawn placing the shrubbery *
> prudence limit the distribution territory and If he decided the -troops a of finances Both companies valuablein mainly Some Nice
of the profits of the compan7'at'1eaat neceuary'it would have added -to the number of men at warding offmalaria, and they certainly In masses In corners Crisp Toast,
were ; be his duty furnish In their seed, a fine After trees have been set out f In Cap ol Postern
the permanent"effects of to call President ; work and claimed'to, be making sat- Food Coffee.
upon who, . dessert for the poultry In winter especially the lawn the matter should not stop
such conditions' can- be fairly, .- mew. General hell said would no doubt honor factory progress. : ) the' laying hens. I, there. The highways would loos That's all; and all very easy of dlgestlon -
.wed.- \.r; the request Place the mother hen's coop In. or much better If the owners of the 'and full to the brim
I '- : NECK CRACKED'PULLING'TOOTH. near the garden, so that the little farms would set out some good tram nourishment and

; PLANS,, RED, /CTIONI. -, 'IN. 'IIALARIECoast -.S N- .1 t ,' 'f, f ,t' _f -_ i< chicks can help you' in. your warfare along the roadside. Of course the, strength +
against Insects.. .Th.,- are too small should\,not :.1>e seta close togethei REPEAT FOR LtfNCHEON>
Chicago Man>Diet .. Result OR
Line' May Make Sweeping Cut LOSS.'d '' of Rough' to do any, harm ,by scratching: and that they would..bade ,and.J,,.ap th. PER. SUP.
Clerical . \ -Handling 'by Dentists by having the run ot the garden they, fields too much for the good; Off thcrops. t
'In Departments.
: ; .Oeo..D&tl.. ., 88 :years of''"age.{' died 1 irlll i very ,materially''lessen the ravVgos' : But a'row pf hard maple elm and have 'a meat and
A ew.eping'reduction of 10,per cent Whole Block 'Is;' .'r r.d.1 *, !n' 'a' Chicago' ''hospitalWednesday' '' by Insects there-.: American. or black'walnut trees, set at regulai .dinner vegetable
: ,o; fire clerical: depart-- 'whlCh'atartect' '' Intervals'is '. either at noon or evening,
r >Fire at9 o'clocFri? night-s what was'diagnosed;toy therhyslcltns Cultivator?, valuable addition t m.ntoti, 'Atlanttc 'toast! Line i U'bVW d iio7.14Ahe ''entrr.fbi k' as a'brokea'aeckrprobably .: 1 day..nlght .
:: planned, slccordlne' to'; r porls.,"*[ oe 'causedby, ..I t dentist's"efforts'to- )pulftooth' A' Valuable, ,TjcgumfoousCr; i.'1 lag appearances, the trees, may hi We predict for you an increase In +

.t.,'a f jiAderstood! that:the but la saV' rfhunt"anQsB'tciadwtr c .1naClgcluaientalllpg > ; :, jfclanywtM-mers.vdo. reallr.e the utilized sometimes for i,>wire string physical and mental power

.: / tries"will amount,,to more than,1D, p< : jerked
: 'Siwt'oa ad divisions. The .widespread COO.i The,_IIr.,1t.1s, **J4, started LaThe iprovemont of the soil, being disposed *' """""""""" """"' t s "There's .
him severely It, is beUeYe4 thephysicians' Reason
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V Kagle whit lead'plant and spread to satimate.only'thelrfood value or Taken'the'world', the annua
'given .
asCko .. '
aiKallopagalnst'ranwadais to' that. the.; dentist dislocated market price compared with other average raInfall Is '
the,&4JoInI08;;bandlnCS. sixty Inches, ,_ Read the 'Uttlll ,
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lime temples,, for the abode ot. thv .It,eeJMot p1;, geoierally known that TAS'
Spirit of Gods ts the opportunity*a.< JC. the ,TlmM ,
duty of the church at home. : r 'attogetHer rejected. an:offer 'Coleridge ,

ear Not otherwise is the duty t4theichurrh mast them of his ......008. :Writing in l r -
at home to the. heathen who t''b b1.
rI Rix. are here .and"'in the corner of the Paint, Purity this monta'sj Albany .Mr. T. H. 8.Baoott li I" "i *

- earth. The civilisation that is most tells of bow ts archives of the the Value 'r:'

Ii1kW NUER ot + modern la co-ternUnous with the progress Jmes used to Include a memorandum

and. the influence of, Christian, .from the poet-philosopher offering his
Church Ity.' -"toea and specifying his terms bat of a tru k.r rm. It-is: Nature's (fattening, food for. rvegeta'lfs
ectt. Thb at Home aDd the civilisation ,
I :Modern : as we under.stead *
., '.' .Foreigner., that term'is the product of Tfc Dutch Boy Painter 'is ,Imposing. certain conditions affecting How- 'It makes them large,. meaty'and;delicious: .: '
of the
Christian lands and of the geniusof found only on kegs ot fttri White the general policy paper.

, : : ; Christian peoples. To the heathen Lead-simply metallic lad.oor- over, 'says Mr. "Escott,, neither the :Send a postal.card, for our free booklet on ,"Truck
x'n&oklyn. N. T.;""Preaching on the both at home and abroad modern not Walters nor their editors; would havedivided > .J!
rwJed. Lead is
This White
enm. "The Church at Home> and civilisation and Christianity are syn their prerogative with a con Farming." It is scientific, and it is,
tl q be nfcrelgner/ ," at the Irving Square onymous. To him the followers of enly pure p1c-t-' t is ,purepaint tributor even so Illustrious- 8. T. C.Moreover .
">resl&terlan.Oburcb., Hamburg ....- I Christ are' the exemplification of ; money-making literature:,
from personal irregularltles
.,, ue and Welrfleld street the Rev. modern advance. And they are. But Compositions that are nlyfrily > apart
:t' r. Wemmell Henderson pastor took they ought to be more. UnfortunatelY his recent performances In GERMAN KAU WORKS'''

," I-hU tettsi Ps. "':3. "Declare His the church is associated in the White Lead anenly partly Journalism elsewhere were of a; kind .a Naaaaai Meva*. New Y.rkSOUTHERN !+
;) '- ;Tory 'amonc the heathen. His wonders heathen mind with the vices as wellas JTM trade! mark below not''likely, to have recommended him Alaed.eak ..".. "

!h, among all people" and Mark with the .virtues of latter-day civil guarantee absolutely Fun White, to Printing House Square He had lase.CIa..... 4 w

;{ 16:15. "Preach tbe gospel,' to every ization. We as a church at home Lead made' by; the Old Dutch 'written in the Courier, an article c..ttwr e.IMlsAU..ta
r" : creature" He said the 0. .
: blessed beyond computation by ,
chum dealers. Duke of York and while
Process. All first against the )
t The foreign duty of the Church of grace of God'owe It to, the heathen Auee.aa. 11
'i Jesus Christ in America Is' most in- over. all the world to be. such &11 educational bad far what ws oil MT "XX" the number In Which It waas to appear ,-,.,.. I,

t 1 ,;slstent. The' ,call to the service of and Inspirational force that ko.k,which .....vatoabla MonMlhMtm was going through the,press the Treaa>

': ', those who are not native. to the land they shall see God in us and the tJw pert abi.a.ea.NATIONALIPADCOMPANY. cry cot wind of. Coleridge's contrlbutlon '

to ': la mandatory Whether we look about alvatlon of the nations In the beauty and intervened so effectively that

.t, I inus or abroad wo find the foreigner of our religious self-expression. If im ..* r....y*W'. - the two thousand copies which had already .
'i r' ':our mightiest problem and the satisfaction we have an obligation' laid upon us ., awn tfVorfc. ear rid -e ,
. ,. ; of the needs of the alien to Inspire to enthuse to lead up and ...... ..... .... been' printed off were suppressed OF .
:: climesthe of seed. Cn: >efai.."&. .hIcs: b4. LowuIo, and the offending: article] never obtained fi= COLLEGE PHARMACY rae:
our'gres&est care. From many on and out the Christian hosts .
hlud.lphl.lok e7 W rail session October to April; Bprlax (teuton, April to Oetober. La...., rharmaar BehoofSasib ;;
multitudes have herded to our God we have at least an equal*commission Ptu.rga (N! : rAl'w 'GI full publicity.-Westminster O% Drue Btor.!. th. OolUr*.. ,... Hooka.aa.In g ISO book tip*a... L&m **w..nlldlnirnd
Y ,shores. Sheep they are that seek a to do as much for those benighted xette. ana -ca.I,....... ,..... l.tboratnrtM. B..... for...r.r..d...t.. .._cIa rep..lT.pWMaaton. TmlMoa.>. } ,x
'r eofapetent: al1e erdlng. They look souls who worshrprQod under i .... AddreaW,5.PIEEMANe..wtaryeLeeks. at .Al...... O..

to the land of their$ adoption! for the other than the ensign of the .
'1 Rails and Horses. lam tLY L..ta1. Md se wl Yasek. lhMrr ;
'I,' best that the .world bold. dear. .To Cross.' -.'' TELEGRAPHERS WANTED ..iv. !.>. eahl.eista..5.ra.eed.
',( ue they come 'espe<'tlng a larger visJoh But now shall we, ,. fit to Inspire .; ,When the late George Francis Train 10 I Otto :I S"r: =rr=J:='f.t i
n :
L :: ..
Y' and a larger life. Their' heroIsm ,, to,educate In short to save? was giving evidence before the Metro _I'' ve.I.. .._. J =.::{. fio.4Ya. _' ..1''' r.r ea
1 ,J is magnificent.. Their hope In How may we effect the trntsrtorma- politan Board of Aldermen' of London Writ*lor OaUlo* NATION"i.. ....1I..Ec.olL..rH t".I...... r.f. .

... .J Inspiring, Their courage should be tlon of the world T How may we In favor it his scheme for layinga

,:" '" augmented by the power",of our assistance. make actual the majestic vision of esAet '. tramway up Ludgate Hill a noble ANDREW COLLEGECUTHSlCNT.
Their faith should be justin "the salvation of theworld in this generation O.aae lord his Interlocutors "
': ed by the character of our leader. ?' :We can- accomplish It only I among suddenly OCONQlA.. _
ship.' We h-ave'men to make; the by being Inspired. educated .a.ed- bed the old pioneer' with his monocle ESTABLISHED MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS.

destinies of a nation to determine. ourselves Till we are these the work and said; A bisk *ra4 oon... for ftr1.sad round tadUf.offering reporter. advamUn fop ....J. .' iand "
For the fate of the foreigner Is the will remain unfinished. Till we are "May'' I-ai-:,ask'a, question. Mr.ahTrainr' .- special! -...... HlhMtMintaboTao level tm ao.CIa words rerfMtbaalta ......... ,'
.. Il
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great hlilorr sod nmbora tw alumnae some el ell, BaUao
;; amoaf
future of America. The welfare of consecrated after this fashion the labor h / ; I. .South. .]Uxt aaailon open Sept. ... A44ra .

the alien Is the concernof the coun cannot be entbuseTCan For hoi 3r.wtti "That". is what I am 'here' ''for. -,,'my B. MALONE, President. Cuthbert. Ca.'
try.The can an uninspired Lord. he replied. CllPIEDMONT
duty of the church of America blind? How '
the blind lead the "You know; of couraebow
,i to the foreigners Is moat insistent : can en Ignorant church educate anyone very COLLEGE &
because it Is her largest dety. At in' the knowledge of the deeper narrow la Ludgat HILL Suppose ,that Avery ,Company

borne they are fast numbering truths of the Kingdom of Almighty BJ-CKS'-- when I go down to'the Mansion. House DCMOMCCT, GA. "
the native born In, not a tow local who have. in my" carriage due':"of 'm7 bones BMjtfcM amalata loaaUoB. Jteavlar. Pnpantanaad 90CXMOBS TO '>
God How can a people
.. .. .._..
.. ..
ttlea. Abroad they are unnumWred. not experienced tbe Joys of a. sure OAPUD1NE should slip\ 'on your:Z rails and break IMatoMla OolUco.....oaraati.. ... Mud. .' seas Svpariat Im a4..._% AVERY tic MCMILLAN*

e The foreign duty of American Chris salvation declare the glory of God .P '1 his leg,would :you pay for the horse?" Ba. oaahl. arteia, For oal.latmt aa4 flurtfcer....* MUM ....... rersytli .*,At....., Osw

'; tlaalty la largest because there to the heathen and declare "the gospel CURES The reply"came like a flash. "MyLord -.&LL umw OF-
a fore. It I* most numerous to every creature" It can not HENRYcTlTCfELL' ActU PmiJenL I
ALL ACHE8 it i you could convince me that ,
The Christians. Influential and is ,
church that
be. done by any save a hone would MACHINERY
considerable though they arc, com Itself Inspired, that Is Itself versedIn Ami. K_.aa.t' your: not hare fallen ". II .
prise a minority of the religious people" the eternal mysteries of the truth TiWteul.les AI4mgWrl if the rails had not been there I oer NACOOCHEE INSTITUTE .AUTIEC..

of tbe -world. A massive horde I that baa had the spirit of talnly should p..H.rper.Weelt1T. GA.
ot God. nporlnT hMlta.. .. Mat ball I I.pd I. tk.boardJTroa .
of Mohammedans and Buddhists. life breathed of God Into Its soul. CORRECT. 1 f > ; -... T.le .hen romnN...flee, nn.11.......

/ ConfuclanUts and follower\ ores bun By such a church It can be don,. Johnny," said Johnny's little brother KWa,8t.Vitna'DeuiretKenroas CbINly.d.llt.d.' Ircn.o h.PsoTANS.............."."-.It,..,.....R.... 1':1'

t dred sorts. have yet to learn the For the world is ready to receive "a fly Is a fly because. be flies lan.tbeT' by Dr. Kline's Great Diaeaampermanentlycnred Nerve o Nw UMrair.SHto Art lUpar JlH BOfA.a oa.1.. ''tt' .,.
I beauty of the unrestttcted truth of the truth of the slmpl gospel of Restorer. *3 trial bottle and treatise irtoeI.wr. Or. .._ ..AsPKOfALIgTS. Opulks lop*....bill;
God as it Is revealed to men. and to of many very' Inauspicious It earls for nilalo qua......... . e
Christ. :n spite Tea; that's It. H.. Kline, Ld.,081 Aroh St.;Phila. Pa. A.T.\TAU&,rrebA.D.MePHAIi.Y.M%
U.. In Jesus Christ. The Jew, here
signs the times were never
"And flea Is flea because he
a a
and abroad are a burden onl our readier. We are told that In The total area of the Brinsn empire COIMCIICUL COUEfiE OF :
.oil!.. The followers of philosopher China, by way of example Dr. Rob flees, Isn't It r"Shouldn't Is nearly 11.400.000 square miles 01 Lax"TUCJTIKITEMITIi
and priests and ages over all, the labored from 1807 to wonder the earth's cur e d.t..nw hr .
ert Morrison more than one-fttth of .sM i_,suwn-kH* ...., r N '
earthare our special field to whom 1834 to secure in the end but two "Then why are bees bees? .W.n..4 Tx..yY, ao.1 1
face. .. .._..... _.
a. _
in the providence and under the dl. converts to the faith of Jesus Christ. t "iBecause they be,", said Johnn,...,. .4w wl.U. a..MITr.r.l... ..........his
rectlon of the living Christ we must In 1840 there was but' one Christianas I Seattle Times t
declare the glory of tbo ono true God tbe re.ultof missionary eCortlnthe clay Era
and the saving value of Ills gospel midst, of a multitude In China. Today Are always weak eyes and should be treAtedAt fUllsikl FHek [n jlrl.% ,Ripley uM't
We shall sub-divide our duty to there are ISO.000 Chinese Chris SLIGHTLY MIXED. one with LeoI1& t'B Uolden Kv Lotion Don't Posh'The I... Wheat, eparaUM. '

the foreigners, as Christians and abeathens tians. Of these 60,000 have come to Alice-She's angry; -. Uooltag, healing strengtnanlag.. Uore ,
ore without pain la one ajoa
at home and abroad. Christ since 1900. The great awakenings Kate-Why? tale to !get "ionardl's" m..... strong horse draw'the
God has sent to our midst a mnl In Wales and In India. in Korea -- Alice-He asked ber'for a lock of. .;r... ausLranteext or. money refundetLrugglau can

tllude of Christian foreigners men and In America, in every. quarterof her hair: '_ seal' It at U ou. or'forwarde4prepucl load without help, if:you
who know Christ men who yearn to the globe prove'that the world Is on.....Ipt of prig by.. B. Leonard] '
understand Him more. To these and ready to be inspired ready to be led I I Kate-Well? (..0.,Taapa. >la., > I reduce friction/to almostnotMng 1

to the Christian brethren of, other ready to receive the truth. Alice-Then afterward the asked by applying .
lands the church of America has a Tb 'cburch in America may move 1 I. aim'to send It back to her. : '
duty to fulfill. And that duty I.I In the van of the effort to lift the Kate-Well? HOW .IT. : BEST' arwra SAW'LL/M .t

both:. inspirational and educational world toward God it she will. Her I 'Alice-And he sent her a lock that First Little GirJ-Whea you grow Aii. Large KnglMM and .ellerapretrnptly. wpplletF

The church In America both position Is exalted. Her call Is divine waist the right color.-Somervlll* up are you. going, -to advertise" ,'for- a thlngls 'Mllle, Cr.. MHIa,
Catholic and Protestant spite ohortcojnings lift shall we leave I husband? (
r Shall we or Journal Ghouls, .. ..$.. Dega.
and In of her
spite the world? Christ or paganism? Second Little Girl-Ne; ,I'm' colOeto
a '
,i S; apparent sln -U the fairest flower Which! be a widow. ',Tbe,.'don.t have to.Harpers' . to tbe..wb el*> .team Qev.,,..... Full Hit. Engines. dal' "

'- universal church of Christ. Only Christianity can elevate ,humanity DOCTORS PRESCRIBE SULPHUR.' Weekly., wrii No other lubrf-'; Mill uppHes... end for rise Cat.l I.ww...
INowbere; else I. there more open.mlndedo. to the level of.the best. Onlythe
1 .... and less ,of seU-eompla Church, of Christ. can transformthe cant: CYCI' made;I :

cency.: To be sure 'we may find heathen. The church of the living Bat Sulphur SbocJd ,B."Usedn Mrs.Window's Soothing Syreptor Childre wears ao lonjr<<: $150.00 :BUTS'

+ much of Intellectual arrogance, of God in America .may.,If she,will, Uqmld Form Only. teothlng.eotteDa theguma.redTioeainfla.Tnma- . ,andsarejsomnch", ? '
i spiritual narrowness, but taking It enthuse and regenerate, and' educate tion,allmys paincores wind colic,88c.bottl hone p "er. Nest time ',b i The moet complete Saw JIUI,
J>y and large the church: in America the world. For In Christ alone I* "Hancock's Liquid Hnlphor. .ts the most 1 boot Ii tie Senthsni: Mt W:.. -
Jn all Its branches, .U the freest and found that catholic universal message wonderful remedy for Seems I hare ...... ': A HAPPY COUPLE. try MICA Ana. Gazisx. .

most vigorous production of Christian that meets the necessities of all known,"writes ))1'. W; W. Leaks, of Orlando 'The Man;-NoDe of their relativeswill lJIaDdarG" on Co. Qainesvllle Iron ,Works

1 experience endeavor and of the world. Blessed with our visionwe ,Fla, who was cored of a taw ofyears' ) speak to them sino their elop Oa.vllh.* Oa.. yTo
I 'Christian fervor that the world has shall be cravens if we. do not .' ment.,' ountDaive
aeen. The duty of that church bear the of Jesus high aloft and standing iro sss at .
be .
The Girl-They ought to a very .
UalUamd Flo.
Dr. W. A. Beard, 6f was
standing as It does at the zenith ot: ahead. "Neither head-strong nor QalokBsllef. eoi.hi .
religious progress. Is to be an inspir heart weary," but. in the words of eared of Eczema after be had adored for happy couple.-Puck. n woman thai h any s.
atlon to' .Christian churches oAbe Dr. Stryker of Hamilton College "as thiity yean, and aye: "Ranoock'sU4Uh1 ; FRE'E' **_Antlm*!*will
ftenoms . In I to sa "'pro,. her ..e.b
earth.. Since tbe days of Christ the is the finest remedy for all Skin ..
mediators and contributors to Sulphur dare| cffecta a t>rnnan it can all ?
,the ''world has not seen the time only time we shall ever have to do troubles I have ever used or prescribed.' I"to: to 60 day.. Trial tnatnoit a.410. w. oIatn t
'! when to be an Inspiration to hu "declare His glory 1 gives free.Mo ktD(can Ix fairer ena boy' .III.olutfoly. free a Iarp
with, let us Doctors everywhere prescribe it,but they Write Or.H..H.Braan's Seas, box ot realise.with book of 1Detn.
inanity was a more glorious ocrupa nmong tbe heathen" let us "preachthe say Sulphur should be used in liquid form ._lall.... Be& sj AtI..ta.6.upgpaalmeowse nose and genuine ....Imool.....* Send
; tlon or when tbe role of prophetic 'let Dame,and address oa card
4 gospel to every creature us Hancock's :your a postal +.
only, as It is in Liquid Sulphur. TRADL ARi{ ?
leader was more divine. educate mankind.Let .
enthuse Inspire
-Seldom has there!\ been an epoch us be alive in Christ. Druggist bell it. Booklet free,, It yon
readier to respond to the call of Inspired write Hancock, Liquid Sulphur Co., BalUXnor 'PAXTINEii

leadership than is ours Rarely _. *.
The Sure Guide. if e feetbms,.swb aa Banal.. catarrh pelvis
has Inspiration been more necessary It cures all Skin and Scalp\ Diseaees,
or more certain to enter into The late Dr. Andrew A. Bonar related used in connection with tba wonderful catarrh Ills and| sore IntammaMoa eyea, sore eauaed throat by temlulne end-

its reward. And the church abroad to me the following Incident: Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Ointment mouth by direct Io .....--tmMtt. Its cur.Uve ".

needs the uplift of the example of the "A man once asked me 'Is not conscience power and over gives these Immediate troubles is .extra.ordinary .Uef.tTltouionds -. .

church at home as much as any a eater guide than the Holy o( women are using aDd reoommenrilng +'''
foreign Institution In the world. The Spirit I Just took out my watch ONE DROP FATAL."I It every day, 801 cents atlriitKlKtaornyniBll. '

,,,1 Greek church is anything but a creditto and said 'Is not my watch better see that aeronaut. are warned to < | R Remrmberhowever
Christianity. The church of RomeIn than the sun?"' Suppose that I said let Intoxicating )liquors alone." Tilly:II- r TON Con BoaWa.Mau. aa
the United States la the salt that to you. 'I will tell ,you the hour by "Yes. lean imagine they see the '- (At3.'07) ,

savors Catholicism whenever. the my watch and you must always take danger of 'takillg'a drop too much."-
mass I III said or sung. Much of European the time from me." That Is con Cleveland Plain Dealer. :
Protestantism needs! a Luther science. It Is the sun that 1* to rule REPAIRSSAWS. I : : rI

The duty of the American Church of the time.' Conscience is fallen and TERRIB i :B 9PtedIc1% I N" }

r Christ Is to Inspire the multitude corrupt. If we had an unfallen con E ITCHING. RIBS.'Brbtk t....... ......... Ac.''
,A ,that are rushing westward to our science, like holy Adam It would boas dim Conntlpation, DI..h.... con"oalalono. at GIll ENGINES. BOILERS and PRIII&I:8:! r4.due.
e shores to enthuse the soul of the It watch were always to agree Colic Sour blomach, etc. It Dt tror. Worm.. .
my Eczema Affected Whole System-Un- sad Refers ,., aaaae. Shaft***. Pulleys ........, ..
I abroad by such an example oft with sun. But now It la a most unsafe able to Rest Night or Day-Suffrrd Allaya. It PrvcriihneM MakaTelluieGReel and Cold.Promotes It Aids Cbecrfulaeat Dimtioa. -- /. PtoM. Valves ..* rttt...... U." saw, SfcUrfe. end. lath Mills. Gasaltee rasa. .. l'
fidelity to Christ and of obedience to guide. Sometimes we hear men 4 Years Catlcora Cores. : and Producea Natural Sleep l <-eMI..ot..... LOMfSARD. IRON ,WORKS'ANfO BUPPL'a
-- .
;HIs spirit as shall make them all to say '1 don't see any harm in this O M PAN Y."Aea.tnt.. G. "
feel and to know that the enduring practice; my conscience doesn't condemn "'1 suffered severely for four yean from

'truth of God Is still Invincible that It.' It is no-,. Jour conscienceor .oiaon oak and ivy. My condition was LUO W. L. DOUGLAS:' :., t
the power of the personality, of J the your consciousness that la the rule serious, a* 1 could not not night or day

risen Jesus is still supreme. of right and wrong; the law is the and be free from a terribl. itching; : senan- f RTll A $3.00 & $3.50 SHOES THs'woRLDj :
- The duty of the church of America standard. By the law la the knowledge lion from scratching on mjr hands between
li likewise educational. It la of sin; sin is the transgressionof the lingers my feet and face and prcemafollowed. j" -THe FAMILY.FOR VSRY AT ALL MgMarn PRIOSer OF

not enough to inspire. It is not tilt few not of conscience. My eyesight was affected and 1went ',Wt11TtSi R'' $2S OOD :'::1c:.. -r.-.w -
r enough to enthuse. It la not enough Home Herald. to a hoapital especially for the eyes. ( e.f ;
\ '
t I to kindle the fine flame"-of religious and,got relief but eczema lOt a terrible ..IBUOGY. Howard: ,-1/1I-,._ any/ .,...... an spew J '
'S14 devotion. We must give inspiration, hold on '.tem. 1 was about to I.. Li b "
rfalth. my ) give up THE RKABOX! I* Uanclaa SIMMS, arv..ra b* more people
wisdom. We must direct enthuslasm. The Bridge of + all hope of ever being cured yet 1 could M k...wild. r.. In all elks of lite then any oib.r make U he muM of tbotfxoellont
; We mutt guard the lame of Are we not dally ill through life' not be reconciled to such nsnilte a. my sa.m r..d use etyl., Hy-tfttlaf, amt ani.rlor searing : ,'
Ca.1s ea Th. .aloetlon or the l ath.n and other matMlaU. for a"lt put
devotion and control its fire. Insplr- ourselves to bridges health. howl bent MeaJ.Nw.dkpw.ta
; journey trusting good and free from any eao..L of the elms, and .yor, detail ft the making 1.1 L.bed after bl
atlon run 1'Jotapell. fanaticism. Enthusiasm whose supporting piers are away dimes ill my life. My age is eventT-thre Iw ATLANTA.BUCGY th.molt eomplftteorKKtifSKtfon of '
,. without direction may In- down beneath the water; believing in ,...... In lit,. extremity: I happened to CO. (klllMt ibo wakorii, who rtmtlv.the highest wuw pakl till tbe,
The unwatched names doubt wondering ..N /u4.ta shoe laduatrr, and WHOM workmwiMilp em not be exenllwl.If I ,
jvlte excess.: their strength without a read of Cntienn Remedies for*akin dig I. lnt. Ixree faetoria.15rnrkton.Mna
mi ; .
may', cause a religious conflagration or complaining ,when, by eaxM. 1 bought fire boxes Caticsra Ointment and ibow Io.h..t; ,carefully W.I.Jtoiiglu thurear.mad*,yo* ..... .
,'And nowhere is undirected or mis chance one of them trembles or skis son Cuticunt Soap and CuU- would than nnd.raiand why tbey'hoM-their .ha,..,8. batter., ,... ,-, "
;'directed enthusiasm and fervor more swerves 'a'' hair's breadth in the curs Pilla .. 1 required them. In, four -.Ioap.and are of irranMr value than any oIbor nwk*> 'WYO'
J 1ItIJ.0", Ed-I..Gold Boed mk....mmmf w -s>auaf/e>"/af avejr fwlW.
:dangerous than In matters religious.The storm We walk the bridge weeks' treatment my {ace was smooth, end CAUTION'I T he (.nuln., have 'of. L. ikuclM.. ....... IMHI prl.'l"'I..I.| locK....... Take
( *pages of authentic 'history reek I Can we not trust its safety on the the itching: gradually left mr hands and No bub.tltut..i; Aik year deals for \V. I.ltnncla. hoa.. If h. mnnnt anpply you,amid
:with the record of, tbe ,crimes of,ro : great resting places of God's* wisdom feet and 1 oould rant ooaaToriablyr for 'FACTS joHN"H.:LICKET'eOld !: tU.-lof..Ior' >..iaUa.Sr cka.,Mess. '

gloun I arrogancy and of ill-directed that are hid from us in the depth which 1 am grateful and happy.YV.", Field :
spiritual exaltation. Many a ghastly of the two eternities?-Phillips. Cowen. Justice of the 1...... and Notary Reliable EYE CRESCENTANTISEPTiQ

deed has been done in the name of Brooks. PuWiclt.rtlyD.L, May 15. 1BO ."., I..ra t.a.ta._---,..ar_. .....U ORCATKST HCAL.KR: KNOWN ,TO SCIBNOC i-.
.the, Prince of"Peace. Many silliness an has intellectual ,_ ,' i 1: a sad w.< Non Pouunoos, Ken Imtathig. ''Allays loflanmaUoa and stove' '
and spiritual The Grace":.That 'Brings Happiness." ANOTHER POLICY; I S..t"r.. 6' pain from any cause. As strong carbolic acid and as harmless se h I'"
been propounded and propagated by \ 1 Sllll IVmala sweet milk. Cures. bum Instantly cures old and chronic 'scares) :
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commuters Tk.e .. rol
unbridled seaL The church in America 'Let us seek the grace of a cheerfulheart Knleker-So yon .think. "..e.aeta- I.a lal..} :: ure. eoraa sad nflammatina> from hay cause on mua or baest Fes* 1,, 1

fra.r.otwUh the sanity and.visIon ,,,,and :even temper sweetness ,should be regulated by. that President? ':.=. Iw1Wa.lee......;::.r. .1. NI.S ... .t'fj fovto, ...eares cholera sore bead.nand roun,' ,BatiaiaoUosi ,poamoruty;: +.'
of the Saviour ought to give gentleness and brightness of mind. a.walking' Docker-'Yes.they are teommon'\ ear. ...,.utt: c::.t ;.leeeeo: f ;Q.. guaranteed.' r r" .
in. HI. light .and' by His % irt..1 by CK5nCZr'CnltslcALCo.. Ft.; Won!_i. ,... ; '
direction and ..dncation to the alms rlers.--N"<"w York Sun. .. 1DICIDI'I'D.UO CO..$ ; Pwlist.H.upir.ecl..D.Me "
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a and efforts ,of the church abroad, grace" Let ns pray to Him,to give "' '1i 4 'IJ
t Al with the church abroad ,so us-the spirit of..e..bunel.nt..vel'o.prlDClnc ,; r t
'wrist the Christian foreigners who are love which overpowers and ;r:
our neighbors,, To eradicate false sweeps'away the relational of life by,
', ,notions and to supply new ideals; to Its own richness and strength..anjl Look-Prematurely Old: _
x purge the foreign mind of.all that is I which above all"'things, nnltes,us to You : )
lens,than 'fcoblest and'"to. suffuse It Him who is the fountain and centre' t _

with vitalising. and superb wisdom; of all mercy.' loving ,,'an
t+' t t;* 'take* *.&. raw material of. ,ether John Henry Newman. ,

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The Power to Please. Notice pf Application For TaxDeed '

Under Section 8 of NUBIAN TEAKeeps fr 'v tr M
If. you wear th. bulldog: express lob, Laws LIQUORS
Chapter 4888,
It you'go about; looking sour and

dlitgreetble, you must; Dot wonder of Florida. ,,

bat you are not; popular with your Motto* b hereby stun that f. W. Crosby A

'noplo.yfres Eerbod,11kea ple..anfa.oe Co., purchaser of Tax Certificate' No. 1 ALL THE'LEADING BRANDS OF ; ,
00. 50o and G. dated the Cth day 'I
l. We are looking for the sun- of. June A. DIOCS, hai Bled Hid 1

shin and we want to get away", from cerUfloalei to my office, and-tin made application t1' Yr' "

the clouds and gloom. (or tax deed to laauo accordance with You Well. :> WHISKIES
law. Saidcertlfcsted embrace th* following tPeo
It;you want JU be popular you must described proper r iltaatcd In Oiccola countyFlorida. ,

t assume a popular aultude and above

all, you mug be Interesting1. If peopleare / W'iof'' 8EJf! sea 81. T. Eft .

not,loverelted la you, they will South. R. 27 Feet, 80 acres The laid land beine; It Is an Case Whiskies.
assessed at the date of the iMumflCe of such certl \i Pint Pint \
avoid you. But; If you can be sun .. .... r I r
nests ribs name of R.M. Bridge Eat. Echo: MprlnM Ry* .fli TA
ny and cheerful, .helpful and kind?, If l No.&. 8 acre ia NW Cor. of NW Ideal tw5tif. J..I..86 Kye......;.....4<) 74' $125 :::::::;:! '
QKtlAeate ... .. .
WallOOn Rye. ... ....... 7;" i t
IOU can ding ;nyiloe about you Inevery X of NKV! and all SEW of SE'i! S of R. R. See. J. W'. Harper Bmirho.....40 70Jaa. .. I

dlrectloryap that' people will St,T. 25 South R 28 Leer acre, The raid PIA NTI:NS Remedy for c .M E,1'epperBolt'boD..1III.. 1 .
the UauaUceof .a Balllmnre Rye .40 fib : : i
land brine unsaid at the date ot( ) ,
crocs the'street to meet you Instead 17U 4 Hooter Baltimore Rye .. '
such certificate In the name of Unknown.Certtflcat 5L' P Old 1..uLlc..R.o".411 74
1 4)f trying to avoid you, you will haveno No 40. 8<*> 00 I ( ,

difficulty\ In becoming popular. South.R 27 Eaat. 80.c.... The said land being Clermont Rye . ...M 1100 ;
cowruaarsauoam.IVMIUDNEY5 .
The Treat thing to draw people to I aaeanej at the date of the Issuance of such certi. Improve and house. for medicinal* I

make them feel neat In of Z. W. Petteifar Co. ", I will be pleased to bring my 1007, in peolally*...... ......... ..... ..N1 75 :: :. : : . ::
Is to are : ::::
;you: :: ; : r
Certificate No. 45. SWJi! of 8WJi Sea 30. T. sample books to your. house and Woodford County Ry*.. ..a', 6S: : i
Interested in them. You'must not do 27 Eaat, *0 ... The Bald land Ilaker'. xxx X llye ...
1 211 South R. a>cr* ana(5e.elt4apee IndigestionBilious make any lllfgeaUon 'ln the latest Jxlxemont (Uroen Wrap* :
this for effect.' You must be really elnr.auMtaed at of the Issuance of such decorations that-you may desire. urWhl.4er,25) roO

.. Interested la them or tbev will detect certificate In the name of M. t. Hoya.Unlea . Drop me a card and I will cheerfully Oreamof Kell urky...4<> 74 :

the deception. *aald certificates halt be redeemer according furnish estimates on paperand AoldegSeel.CasrsdeTeuuWbiekcy,. ... ...)..1lI\I" ISO\ \,
to decdg \l'1I1111uo thereon on painting. : : I : : : : Old Joe.V 00
Nothing else, will win the heart of (h*2nd dar of September A. D. 11107.Wllue andDyspepsia Kt-nluckyDew'. V ,
youn 'per.on to you so quickly as .n my omclal ilgnaturo, and real this the : .. ness Red Top. 4

leaking him feel that vou take a genuine 2nd alfottgant, A. D. 1007.. p qEO UE A.ORLANDO BA I EI Mark lralay Rogers)laid..40." ? 7A 75 \ i .
[SEAL.] K. L. LESLEY. a o.m l 1ISal"moreR'e.. .. ..*.* ra
Interest in what he ts''doing, and Clerk Circuit Court 7pEexCllnrlCW Old Cambridge..en ,r. \
especially: what he is going to do' In Oicoola County, Florl< By ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. D. C. Ooidenresm.en'. 75I'aitlJonen '
the future.If .., A-ri'
.rou'a'o'd) people you must axI -,1 - -. Keiituckr Tavern .. '7S \ ,
and Credit- I
I pect them to avoid you; and If IOU Notice to Debtors. ,Bowels Is good and for the Blood.Liver, Kidneys, Stomach Osceola s County Urook bond. )Ulll.; Bottled lu 40 78 ::

always talk about yourself; you will ora. OcrhaltbMtIe4IU, bond)
It takes the place of calomel and leaves
Yellow Label.. ..... 40 aS
ftnd that people will moye''awa, from All persona having claim against the eatate of no bad after effects. Old Crow.
Albert E. Bearden.deceased, late of the Countyof It i needed Abstract Company While Oak (Tounei> .
You them. in the
do not please They Spring Summer. '
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Oscoola. Slate of Florida are requealed top..t.thetothe Fall Women Whlnkeyl ........l0
.want you to talk about them to be undersigned\ aa Executrix Children.and Winter, bv. Men, and KentuckY I1'rlde..2.; 50 :
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Interested in them. .properly attested within the tin prescribedby It is or T
extremely palatable-even children Whisky In Glass-Case
The power to 'please is *a great success law or the seer win be forever barred. .nd nil like it. Bur a bottle fromRoberson's S. H. BULLOCK.IMANAGER.

asset.. It will do for what parsons Indebted to Bald eatate' will malt Immediate -- American Malt. ....... ...4* 111
you .t'I
aettlement. Julfy'.l'uo Malt ..., . .4u 76 JSa
money do. 'It-will often give CAROLINE V. BEARDEN. Pharmacy neal estate ache. Matt ..... .... ...

you capital which your financial asset Executrix of the Will and Teatanwnt. of Albert Titles examined and reportedon -.... Domesticand Imported
alone would not warrant. People are K. Bearden Deceased. taSSIMMEE FLA. Taxes paid for non-reutdents \

governed by the'ir.likes and dislikes. July 23.ten-- Blot Instruments relating to real estate o.lass.Bd"Lb' . .
carefully drawnCorrespondence ;
-- -- -- --- -- Old ... .
We are powerfully, influenced by - - -- Tom Gill:
Ilnoth'a Dry (iln ,. .
pleasing:, charming personability. A Notice for Publication. Bring us your Job Printing.. Solicited Powtborn Plymouth Holland; :: Gin.::: .:.::. l

persuasive manner Is often irresis Department of the Interior. 1 Hell tilo.Oordnnliin. .. . . \
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tible. Even judges on the bench feel Land Office at Gatneaville Fla. 1/ jaal Ofl-1 rr I ::
August 19,1001Notice Oln I'hoephata ... .. ... 40 7* ... :

its fascination.v- "-----Success- :Magazine.- U hereby given that Clem T. Sullivan.of DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN Devils Mobile rd': .Endurance. . .'. .;. -I'J'i* tn'U :::
t Ixxifhman. baa filed notice of hU Intention to CITY BARBER SHOP Wolfe Behledam I
Letter to Rofot. I
r Savage I I make final five pat proof In aupport of his claim, ; la0usppu I :!
Specialist-Eve. Ear Come Hack Gin and Ben-
KISSIMMEE FLA. via Homeatead Entry No. 81858 rude Jane 8.IOOH. .
edlrtine .. ... . Mi
"., for the NEW Section _. Township :KRanee I Ked l.lon . . L'S
Dear Sir: ;< A ten-year-old boy came tj B,nod that....proof will be made, before Nose and Throat...... Now Open for Businessin Uudcrwood'i Pld Tom I

Into a store for a quart of white paint Clerk Circuit Court at Klasinunee. iFla. onSeoUmberaO I )
Patrick's Old Stand. Imported Scotch Case ;
and said: "They are nice letters 1907. ,
.Devoe a'n't Mr. the following witneaaea prove hia .
writes they. KntghtV'In'1trldgetoo NKW f v .
Private Hosoital ClIAIIt Qu
continuous reedenoe upon and cultivation- the American National Duwar'.I'II.1 II V
;.Malne., \ :
land via T- Bank Ling William IV. V. O. P, 2 Ml
r !AN 1ohe1 what brought vou here?'* O. Alderman.of Lourhman, Fla.: Gary Sulli Building Tampa, NEW RAZORS. Black and White Scotch? 2 on
A I Halt and Hai' .. .. .. a Mt
asked the merchant. "Yes; ma said vasof Loua-hman. Fir; J--.lah Moody of Florida. NEW EVERYTHING.Satisfaction Dunvlll'.In ch. ..... i ao(
get a quart of white; and I've come Haines City. Fla. Charles F. Preratt. of Camp
for the least-gallons paint." ben.. Fla. HENRY 8. CH BB. The Very Best Corn Whisky
;t That? boy'11 be a, man before his ... Guaranteed... tainable. :

mothers Yours truly Cattle Notice. Wilkes County N, C......::!\ AO :
F. W. Estray W. L. \V I N N.e OR NO .AV. OldUar."z..C.;; ........2.\ to
A Co. ,
.. Maple Corn.* .. M
Notice heI-b gives that L. A. Wax. JuatlC -- .. Catawba Valley... .. .....V- M
_PknkatA.J.: .fthPa *Dlatrict;N...1 of o.-Ia County ha* PBTSICIIANJR. AND BVROON. -- -- Ell,; Valley.. :> to 1

filed UthUoAoaertincat* of dwerlptioD .. ............. "- .....1A. "'.
The .. ....... -'or
annual picnic and horse racing and praiMtnot t of ban by John J. - N. 8a..a.i.. Imported Cognac Brandy, ''f f

'is btiaff held today' at. A., IJ. Harsh Dana with in*anprala.d valuatioe. of the earn. owrweeswa5ere .'....... 4 M. TILLER lit I>uponflSB ...,. I
near Narcoossee. Quite ...wit.: On dart yellow sew. so brand mark crop Uenn earXXXX... I
a number' of UooarandB.d.rbltU tb other oar about lIanl1l &XXX... ..... .... ..... .. ... .... . :
;people, from here 'drove out 'this J. \Vr. SIMPSON Real Estate Agency.eeaeeNe.NNNNMM .
Bra Erse old.valued at tea dollar 'Ala* on* i .
'aD: rnlD, to enjoy the,festivities and heifer with black bead and whit and black Ma* 'lORAN'GE

It to expected: that the occasion will sheet ear yr U valued at eve daflara. DENTIST. \ H ; W.e: METCALF C _

be,'as osual; a most enjoyable 'one. U..;...aid antmalt ar* dlimed within the Otlice over Oeceola 'Realty bought and sold. .
reribdbyUwan same will b* sold under Pharmacy.ATTORNBYATLAW. .
Houses .
prarfaioo of Section 56S of UM Genoal Statute* OmCJ Fr 9 a. m. to 12 m. rented. fii AVE. ORLANDO FLA
Notice of Attachmrnt16i t ,of the law..of the Stat of Florida. ..:-.HOURS...-.,.. -:;"} fh:30t06JOp. m. tQ Taxes paid and Titles verified ;

l N Witaeeamv official aLa-netvra and N.1 UilaSUtday ',. Telephone SOOt'76r',,'; \' .Jun 6.. 1,1', for non-residents. t V
.tee< Florida. : 4 JUG TRADE A
> ", '''''''j'I/I':1 I. . SPECIALTY
rsJu.Uo.Cau4. of t. A.D. 1907. M j".HI' Fire, Life and Accident In '
Omfmalm County. J F : *
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Ftrat. XHetrtet. > E. L. LESLEY.-!!:.., 1 ';/,> 'i" ,. surance. II. .

ft 7. Baaa. 1 Clark of.Circuit Court. Ooeol> County; Florida. ; G. ;'X IB'BS tQ Indemnity.Bonds. ? Ii J- -- -_ ----c_ _ __..____ ___ .._. __ __ .
C .Plaintiff.. I ,.., By ARTHUR E. DONEGAK D. C. L lit , -._ jj
> Civil Acttet I
Ellia: Crawford*--!__ I Ifk IT _.___ ....f v' *f <****irwr**'.y al RATES AND SCHEDULES TO THE .

e Ellis Crawford Why Fret and Worry; -. ..
Defendant., and all othcra Office in the Court House-Kis- -- -
whom It may concernsYevwwherabrnotUUiitliat. : when your child has a severe cold. D0if < OOOOOla000
a writ *f attachla You Florida.
need not fear

pro year,property Me bar attached r.us4 rusty the bam the oust demand and*of other pulmonary diseases.pneumonia Keep or With' whom will be associated to the if W.LVanDuzor&Co. Jamestown I Exposition !

aid BerinHff.amounting to Twenty-fir, Dollar. supplied .with Ballard'sl Horehound trial of causes. the law firm of

md that ahan before S"I'Up.-a MassevVarlow. of -- . -. .
appear aid Jua.Iles positive cure for Colds -- --- -- .

et tIooo p_.a and for amid dlitrlct at Kl.. Cough, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Orlando.PA. Season Tickets.. . . : . . . . . . . ,4O 4...
ham Hold
** .FJ011 or before the Pod day of September. BROKERS Slxt .Da" Tickets.. . . . . . .'. . 33 70 Daily
Ai D. 1907. JadrmMt .win b* rendendalnat ___ ._.___ Sold Dally
I -- h _ _. Fifteen-Day Ticket. . .. . .. . ,. . 27
you and your property Bold for the debt. Mrs. Hall of Sioux!: S. D., writes: I VANS AGNEW - -- -' - Coach Excursions, 17.3o;,, sold each Sold Dall!,

Done this tth day of Auraat.; 1907.M. "1 have used your wonderful Bal- /, REAL ESTATEAND jj days. Not food in Parlor Tuesday or !Bleeping and Friday, limit ten J
.J. BASS. cars
lard's Horehound
MOON Syrup, onmy I ATTOIIXE.Y LAW... ....
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1 Attest Children for five yeara. Itul;; rest -I AND JColTARV PUBLIC ,. INSURANCE j Coast Line "Norfolk Flyers.: "

LA.MDrZr have been t wonderful. "J),, Sold by ,
Justlos of the.._. First District.: \ Boberson's Pharnaacy. KISSIMMEE FLA ooocooooooooooooooooooBenedicta 82 80 .

J Ly. 30*a m 12 S7 m J>. asAr AO I.sI::
Jacksonville Norfolk .
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,- 30a m 6 35 p wAr. J8'kaonYllJe: . 6 10( p m 9 25220p a m

J.M. WiLLSON, JR. LY'J'acksonme 930 a m 735am J>. m Boo a m
Ar.: Norfolk .. ... '730 a m H,,Z i r m Ar. Kissimmee Jackaonym 2 3o P m 9 3tt a m
.. 8 15 p m 4 14
And See S NOTARY PUBLIC... ). p m
: _____ Quickest Line! .
' ( STATE AT LARGE. )S- Double Daily Service.

F ., All Sorts Real Estate Agent. "A WOMAN'S MEDIONE" Trains No. 82.and No. 83:
carry l'ullmao
r 'e e KISSIMMEE. Port Tampa and CbarlestonlS, C., aadCharleston Standard SleeplDII' Carl between
FLORIDA. and l orfolk. Va.. .
Of _. ?
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DO YOU SUTFCB the ills of womanhood, ATLANTIC COAST LINEr
, NDenre as to many women do suffer? Do you
NEW THINGS alth REVIVO want to (*t well without th*necessity for illustrated folder containing

.GI and get the RESTORES VITALITY of patnlatssamlanttonsand embarrauing; hotels, et.c. : tupN descrlpt.lve. m For
.. oonsaltatloni Do you want to take a reservations or information .
For .remedy Into J. W. CARR T. P. A. address ,
I right your horn and ear Tampa. 'la. J.
1 "Hade a yourself W. J. CRAIU,, P. '}'. M,:: T. C. WHITE O. KIRKLAND, I D. P. A., Tampa, 'Ja. i

', New StandardFashion U. Well Han BENCDICTAI -- G. P. A.. Wilmington, N.0.N .

-nil 55s 'of No." a ""Woman's Mdlcln." A prescription =

C7rn.mA..T: : of a physician who (mad the study of T.* KIMNVNKV61ht1"atN"" "" '
ti, I mal Diseases bis ''' '''''''''' '''''
.&._C"r: pclaltr. It was and i
Sheet ...*."*sea aa>*> r...1.. .. s9*.Y" Ia act *uccf ifolly by him la his prMttee.It -It baa c. A. CARSON _!(
Men's powerfully and quickly.Curt whoa ouae.&a1L been aged successfully t>r thoaaaad of N. C. R1fYAN' b.cntary.
Young nun can regain their..* manhood women I
an4 daring the
many year stno ProSreaalv -
men may raoover their youthful T fI iti
vUror by
: axing BKVIVO. It qnleklr and quietly *phyclcUn bar also IOGD4It. val-
:: ,ITS 'A: BEAUTY =, Lout ,VIwU8ezttal F.Wngytes.ory re- ruble aailrtaot.whoa tHey dlrd' to avoidan I '
Women'sChildren's Wasting XHaeaa, and *>fre ete of aeli-atm or Waters &
( atzoea and Indiaoretloa, whioh iinBt on for GroceryCo.
Jtudy. business or name It BCNEDICTAIs :
It illustrates fey starting. at th* seas of dlaraae,but ia := .
the most ...*. ....e amel ass**} .......r brlnia a a vtbl rm*>dy. It t* mad from i ---- .01..1. '
back:the pick .1.WIr.. _fc root, hertx and barks ago Retail
and a-iUe e* *and rtoriair *- nowa to posses
up-to-date styles in Ib* Ha. e f y.eiUa. It erarda off at>- proprtl which haw a wonaerfol ; of '
p'5 a way that will,. .no other.hlimilaaa I*can be Inset carried on having!. real HMCVIVeS pocket. By, and toned ttct spur the fontal orgaa curatrv and RO c i XI E S '
man ..
t1. per pMkair. or als for,..eo. W* nrvou sjrftraa. Wlthoot naatkmln the ,
Y cl : wearUn Nn withft free.airaMaa axlvlaa.and.. Otroular counsel\6 fre all.who Adams wish iW, many form of female troubles that woman I : : V

l MTAL. elEMCMK co. ....... M*...Clilfao.M aufterwa any that tner la no troabl of this
Und that ....
; For sale In .1cIa will not tmn.*dltly r*. :, a.... COUNTY .
Klsslmmee the -
llv*.and BtuOIy cure,'
Kla.lmmee Drug 00..t....dru<<.\\lu.' ; ( HAY .
: BCNEDICTAI / .. Celebrated Fertilizers !
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: .'I prpard oarfnlly anti actonttflcalljr, and GRAIN. ,
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('STANDARDTTERNS . U I"1"' .1'" flBat fBIIllIUWHWIII with the eonacknun of the ranonibUlty E T o... ,{
of '
$ alYblc to 1uf
AT: rlag Mona a nanflj that Circalars ar4 Pdeea
I :' Y1ailIP I L1,8. WIll not only be in eaalalbat aim lunnla J ..ra..... .. Apptlaatl.r.

a 4*----11- tm ffects.. ao aaattor what say be tb.tins ._
e M\I. -I'C- dlttoaof tMwOwuaCaklnclt. '
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