Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 20, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ItffRRlBlffARTfIQIJW AT SAN .fRANCtSCO: How to" Raise'Hogs j- ,in flood', Florida.. SPRING GOODS ARRIVING., i

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Indicate Lust conditions hi San Francisco Paper Bead by Mr'W.mc1w.f'CI.. : .. -

f City Laid' In Ruins and and surrounding country are Beforethe fltock: ..'.,CoaT*>. :
than at first reported. ,
much worse were :
.c Many Lives Lost. '10.. Largest Stock
,At most of those present are &
San Francisco, April 10. via Oak men and the growth of the..-stock In-I,
land.-Report* from 'Jte Interior are wrests of ha been largely Latest -
most alarming. Santa lV>ta.'ome of thai direction I want to sayfew Styles. :
DAMAGE 200000000. the prettiest cities of the state I I. a things about. hog breeding, a .object. .,

total wreck.: There are 10,000 homeless that heretofore has been more or let. '.
\ I men, women and children hifddled held in the background but that in . T . '
Prices :
II together. and the loss of life 1* not to my opinion bat reached a stage of ,. Lowest: 1 ; "
fire R reach Into the thousand As the last which shouldbe better '''understood. :
L s and No'W.ter to Combat the treat seismic\ tremor spent its force In Quite gradually, w\tb. comparativelylittle CONSISTENT WITH'.FRESI11-IONES"r ,GOODS : "-

other.; the ear b the whole business portion .. publicity and no popularity ,, .- -1
I..III.I., tumbled into ruins. The main street whatever, the hog Interest has been' ,
I.1 piled many feet deep with fallen settling) down to permanentJlnes of e'r __L. . _, '",-- __' .
buildings Not one business building established profit, and the doubts sur

San Fr..oci8Co. (via Oakland Cal., is left Intact. What was not' dltlroy- I'Olindlolll'b.,. been cleared: aWaIt ,iraphatlcally. because II, have proven 11fTUlitfnfi111fifiiflf1f1111ffflfltpftjttit' " t """ h
April'18.-Tbll) .city was practically ed by the earthquake has been swept. first by experiment (sometimes costly;) I' by actual and prolonged experience, .
wrecked by an earthquake at 5:10 this by flre. Messengers llring'the saddest and then by tbs application of experimental that quality for. quantity.: A farmer = 'r o- ,.' .
of the destruction of Uealds- cl.D..lI a large proportion of his E.
morning.' ., tidings results to actual practice. with pro
. berg t Geyservllle, Cloverda'le Hop m very gratifying outcomePerhaps duce at much better price In the form :
The shock lasted three minute*. land and Uklan. This report take of meat than In the form of produce .
I best home thepoinfln :
can' put Dry (GoodsCIOt
Thousandsof building were damaged In the country a* far north.* Mendo- statement of tself. : ;
a my own personal ,
or destroyed and hundred, If ciao and Lake counties, and as farw : In _
experience: For 100ounds In passing, and the matter of
every .
l not thousands. of people killed or. in .M a* &.:.41 Pacific ocean.' These ,.areFrontier '
> of feed consumed my pigsshow rustlers, I want to add that I' have '' .
jured. counties, sod have not as : from 25 to, .30 pounds- vain in found the blooded Berkshire bog Sbocs, l.uiesand! Gents'Fiiriswags.;
' The terror and excitement throughout large town aa those farther south. In : '
weight. whether cattle will about as good a rustler as any If he
the city all ,day has been indeitcrlbable. every case the loss of life and property how an increase of over 10' 'pounds has to ttirn his attentionthat way. Itsnt f f. '

1 .. -Is a* chocking as It 1* here per hundred pound 'of feed: Upon a bad t.blna'O let. him rustle. to a L1J.; GO; TO' ;;';'

Most of the people were sleeping at this point I Invite cattlemen to compare certain extent, provided he Is not per "T '

the time of the shook and rushed. into Building Good Roads.The experiences among themselves. witted to overdo It., But this I. a
the streets half dressed. and thep with me. point for the individual breeder. In-

Buildings swayed and crashed, editor of the Valley Gazette, Reports of the 'Wisconsin eiperl elllgent understanding 'must precede KANNER & ''et11 :
burying their occupants in their ruins. through the courtesy of Capt. A.,: F. went station bear me out In the1 matter .ntelllirentoare, and both are necessary 11111 :

j' .Adding to the horrors of the falling\ Bell, Supervisor'of Roads,, was afforded of feed per hundred pounds of train to a satisfactory. outcome 1th hogs, ,

buildings, lire soon broke out and In an opportunity last Monday 10 weight., In "careful t.e.t. made at just M they are with anything else. E. -i! ........ _,
:'an amarlng abort time, wept ,territory morning of visiting,' ..nd'IDlpectloa that. station I""w as shown that pigsetween There is one thing I must emphasize e Loaders'' #Jn-L owPrie '' :
the worthat Is now being done by !
'extent, consumingblocks : > 15 and 60 pounds In weight and that 1* the importance of starting t
' of business bouses, newspaper. the county gang.In .- consumed 293 pounds of feed for every a bog'ranob with a carefullyselected e headquarters It*. h'klE .
buildings, cbnrcbe and hotels. company with Capt, Bell "41dro.e 100 pounds of gain or not quite 3 and well acclimated foundation. I do i- **.,ff 4 *, sPEOIAC' 1,
over the road from Klsslmmeeto pounds of feed for every 1 pound of lot mean to say that an experienced ; $ l 'BACIEBd ")
By the learned latest information that the building it 1 I. definitely of St.. Cloud Junction to which place !rain. Pigs. or from 60 to 1QO pounds weeder .cannot buy his foundation I t=1 *." ' - -"'d v'"'.;. Ws,. ,yrya t# .I... n
the work is about completed. The required 400 pound of feed for each tock in the north sod bring them herewith : S :
E"S : d.Mi.\
Francisco Chronicle and Examiner t' s
the San machine has been used for almost theentire s a "did'M
100 of 4 them and ,
1 the Jerchant Exchange and pounds gain, or only'- poundsof safety to to their get, .,.... *'H' ,
distance; there being only one feed for 1 pound Pigs Of bec"ule.llrnotr case 'in which thathas ... ,1': ..!
the Palace and Valencia! Hotel, and of few hundred where
yards weight ii1fuU1Uluwwwwii
place a
100 to 150 pounds consumed been done with complete success. lUll1u.( .
building- :destroyedeither ru
other large were- the loose white sandwa right on the
only 430 pounds of teed'for every 100 3ut I do mean to *ay>bat in the main . 1
the the subsequent "
by earthquake: or surface which Capt Bell did nutthink pounds of gain:' Pigs from 160 200 it lit safest and best to' begin with a 'r'

lir!!,. the machine would Improve and pounds required but482 pounds'to :of fpu cJ.Uon that has been habituated D r.,; aLt 't, t 1 :
.E"er.1.t.b\DlIllOuth of Market Street therefore did not.uae H--) Where the feed per 100 pound of gain. or practically to our milder, climate,. to our- ,feed .; P "
from Eight Street to the water front machine has been used the surface only 6 pound of feed for one crop and to an outdoor life through 'GO'.T 'T E, "' k ,
and north of Market Street, from Ban- dirt has been thrown to"the'center' pound of gain. Hogs from 300 to1 350 out the year,' and this is the only Safeway ;

.some StreeVto Broadway, Is gone. leaving good ditches on either side rounds weight required 635 pounds o( !.for a beginner to take; '.,itrUJgoa fOltU'lI !
The Western Union and Postal Tel! and a nice s' tooth 'well rounded reed per 100 pounds of gain or only way toward guaranteeing KISSIMMEEMERY'lpEE: ;; .wl.

egraph' -b\1iIdlnlf' ere' completely.wrecked. roadbed; free of all Humps and roots, fit pounds of feed per 1 pound of gain. him against/ the effect of hi* own experience
, % over which it i* a pleasure to drive.Near Careful tests made at the came ,aDd In caring for his animal "
To check the spread of the flame a the old Garrltr 'place. is a other stations 'have shown that for At Krrol farm which I mauaire, we I \ W. REQiaTER. PROPR 1BTb, : .' '
F piece of road three quarters of a mile ; .
numberof 'building are being destroyed ea >h 100pound. of digestive\ nutrients begaoby purchasing our rf"uudallonstock ' "
t by. dynamite.. in length; which proved the most difficult consumed, cattle gained only. a little from the 'best breeders, both For' the best :Turnouts" fn. tow. .
""dis as well as the 'most 'expensive over 12 pounds weight; sheep a little north and south, and all our' purchases , ,, .
wholesale ,
Practically all of the of road build between, here .
to "
over 14 pounds; but hog 'gained between .- were animals of Lb. best American ;.11' .w
.trict has been burned and the flames and St. Cloud, it having been'neces '
29 and 30. and and
pound. imported .breeding, aoillmatlsatlon '
have spread to the Hayes Valley 'district sary to cut this piece of road right It may be thought thatthe mannerof wasoumpar.tivelyeasy. Best ,of Stock, ,:ulways--..o l1t: t, ._. : \
? the residence. section of San through the muck which wa very wet feeding and keeping cattle and bogs We are, still buy lag from time to ww.w
Francisco.' and heavy portion of the way and differ' so widely. teat comparisons of time; to keep up and heighten the ''transfer in 'c nneet oB 'witai.:. We. .All ."
The City Hall, a. structure., costing through dense growth of palineltoesand feed per poundof gain will not bold quality of our herd We-do. this for t'
7,000,000\ collapsed soon after the. bushes the balance' of the way aa between the north and south but in .-purpose of producing bivbclass .Orders ,promptly Mtn 44te,; < '. c ;err. -!+ ". :, .. .""

shock., Tbs estimated cost, of this piece of that consideration the difference animals at prices that are reasonable, , E '
Fire Chief Sullivan Is ..reported. In road by several parties who looked really favor the oath, and the differ quality considered'and I; think our 11I' ,

' a'serious condition both of his legs over 'the ground before 'the work began mice in age between cattle and pig at ixperienoe should betaken 'as mean- Satisfaction: i( araMte* . '!
.k ,t'being' broken, and he 1* not expected, wa fromOva' hundred to a the marketable stage has a farther log much, because we breed for sale ; ,,,,, 'I "
%! to live. thousand dollar Capt. Bell stated and very: important bearing in favorof and not for the general hog market, . 'i', . '

Reports from other cities\ bear San that he had kept aq accurate. accountof the hog. A cow cannot be relied and therefore we are kept ,up to a . *
the and that the cost of 3
expenses upon for more than one calf ', standard: of quality higher than ''isnecessary
show that the destructionbat 'I MM
,Francisco been general throughout this sec this piece of road would not exceed and that calf doe not reach steeryboo I on a farm, where the h !lIIj .- ' fl l1NRMBsq. "* s" ', .R., v M"t.C
tion. . > two hundred and ten dollars. and a profitable market under three are bred for the open market, and our "1 > ; !" *** 1M1 'ciif.{
Jutc\beyond\ St. Cloud we found the years; whereas a good brood sowft risks In breeding and raising are "accordingly w.
Santa Rosa; 60 mile north of here stump gang at work: clearing the. way rood for two litters) a year, of eight more acute. Yet we have W: 'B M K 1SQ"( : t :: . ,,

,r .\' Is in flames, the estimated damage ;being for the road machine to begin gradingthe to ten pig at a litter, and these pigs bad and are having uniform success, .; ___ ,;
over 1000000. Narooosseeroad, which\ ,,1 I. the t .
L marketable at from to 8 months and have no trouble and but slight ,- ,
: The lot of life there is not known next work that. will be done. old.. loss with our animals.. Our field i* In I '"

./ yet. A trip over this road should, con. *. I have said the condition In 'thesouth the southern states, esp-elallv In the> II' DEALERS ,IJTJaalvW ,,d:; ?)1it \ 'I
ik. N..p.'maoJ buildings were .battered vince the most pessimistic that t are more favorable than' thosein Quit Stt tes and Cuba-all warm to M :A: : II
i and the lots of property la, over3ooooo. only proper way to make. roads is the north.4In support'"of this "let lot weather 1oeI'I'It.ol'l-.nd we' have } > : .J.t, : .
: .$:: ; with Improved machinery, and that me point out that' In the 'north, the acclimatized our stock successfully ,I i '' 'i1By.iit'J"P!
pal ice reports at headquarters the more machinery used, the less will : .
anlmalthsveto'be housed and fed aDd thoroughly, point that should | .1 "
i\i A, (8:90 p"m.) show that the entire 411.f . be the cost,' of and the better will .be For four or more months in the be borne In :mind by everyone wbo'eute '" ;11 '", 1\' /.. .1f ,f',1.. ..J'! >

trict surrounded byVallejo.: Howard the'rbsd.*. ",' and their feed has to be harvested leaI'd ,:. upon the ,industry.. R.r., \& 1" ""
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East and Santome streets, embracing . stored, and fed with care. under exact :. In the time; I 'c.'; ;conscientiously ..' .,. ...y'Ii.-j". .
diptrict "Dusky Belles of Blackville." rale, if the best result are to be had; take up today! I cannot cover t.b.r..ubJee' ._ lil..Ii, r 'J: :ftv: '."'I :
whereas in the south the animal are' raising -- '.
followed the The Elocution Class of bog as .butloots .1 . ._ .'. ..- .._, ,, -':: .
1"i flre which Immediately will give 1 '. out door the whole'year 'round 'and I But . "' ...<. ,VV' + "-oW' ;:..
do. there I
u might ..
"The > fully one . ... .
earthquake shock of early;this morn play," .J tidies of..Blackvllle feed in the open. In Florida, .the conditions thing t wish to state and have understood > "

1 a ltThe e'dl.trlct. followed by Averyoktohy drill\ are almost Ideally favorable and that is, that, given good .
bounded-by Market: loA. Flirtation Among De While hll- Every season of ,the' jear"' produces ',,- t .
1.1 stock to begin there 1 'J :
with no reason q.J !
lun the ,
Eighth and Folsom. street ha also at Auditorium Friday evening here Its own crop 'of superior nutriment why. farmer in Florid who .
been de"'.L"t.ed. ? April 27th.' Admission 23 cents, ; ,. and the abundant, clear'water keep a cow might not add to his earnings : :
In the' dl.trlcwa.* Included school children 10 cents of our ponds and streams 1. availableall by keeping a boar YERYTfl1NiSaddles' ? ; : n m'J
and most pubetastlal The to be rendered by "The enrfle..r .
+*. most of the city's finest program the fate, while ample shade protects and brood sow and raising pigs for ;
of Blaokvllle"
I. building Belles I I. a* follows: the animals from, overheating In
market.' The cost of maintainingthese ; ,
". I The area covered by the flames up 11. Piano Solo-"Tickled to Death' even the warmest summer weather. would not be felt. The observance .' 1 : "', .. ."
to the present time, 1 I. about eight! Itbsebud Hard In. V, The. order of food-crops through the! of a few simple rules, such aspot ,P 'i
\t, mile,, I 2. lecllo.t.loDAn Easter Symbol". U arranged :
square seasons no by nature at
4. iVery. little water-1* available,., andy -Violet, Snowdrop Black.: to favor the best gain in each season.In refuse allowing to be fed fermented giving slops them or plenty sour +.. .,.Harness, ;:;. '
the blowing up .of bul1dlnabl djrna- 3. Song-' Noah'*Ark"-Dinah Maria January .'and February (lol' In- of the natural green growth throughout t, >( or .-* ,' .
mite i* the only I possible way of checking Flybird. Bythle Allen Munthy stance the feed which "
r hogs on rape the letting. i them have salt ; '
. the n..mel1 and this is being fol Green Cloe Jenklnay, Clarlssy White' carries something over'1 pound of! enough,year but;not too much and teeing Stoves % Cro I ,ery$ f'i '
indifferent side. .
lowed with success. protelds to 'the 100 pounds and 8 "
: .. that-twice a year they got an allowance .. .,'
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wbicb..b. RecIt.aLloa--"Po White Trash"Manthy
;. i ,Most of the-bulldlngs : pounds ot carbo-hydrates and "
'; ; of charcoal (n the form of burned ; : ...t :: '; ..... ..
been untouched thus far by the flames. Green with Hs 7 or 8 pounds of proteld add cobs, well salted would ..fatten them : TliiWare : Glass:
theearthquake 0. Song-*'De Coontown Cakewalk' ; ,A t
: have been greatly damaged by 60 to 5 pound of oarbo-pydrMes, afford .
and their gel and keep them all in .. .
I shock. Mslie ADO '.John.on, Rosebud Her a adjustment, for', an even order that much that .. _'t" .' \ ,.., rT .. ". ,
r., .The pecuniary lots at this hour,

t ':'r. dollar, conservatively. ,' at one billion Missouri 6.. Song AdamAlabama-"Down ID de Cornfield"Washing best the suits animal with the that cooler natural weather.heat which' After goes turned bring bto marketable" pork" ., and I., ., .. ,JijJ? 11 : 'J'11 1.J ;, , :

r i At eight o'olock tonight, the Ore wa ton. ;:, that through the spring,' summer; money. :
:-j1.t; :' .Increasing ,,,violence spreading In' 7. Recitation-"Sambo's Dilemma" fall and early. winter, :come sorghum ''The bog-Interest. .of Florldai! are Iitidow: 'ShEides'S U .aJ

'Ic 'all directions.10 both.the business -Mary Matilda Love Devlne. pasture richer in fat than Id proteld; looking up.. ,I' convinced j that. . f-,. -.rrSl,
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r,....., ,and residence district.C . 8. Piano Duet"The Medley Of the cow peaspeanuts, cassava, velve1. when their possibilities;; are 'fully no. -0 : L..l1 '
It Is reported that while a building Cakewalk'.;Rosebud. Hardjn, Clar- beans, chufa, sweet potatoes,''' corn xrasped, they will Increase by leaps \ S ,r.' : : ) ,

'J..f{f"(i was being"dynamited, a premature ...It'iJ. issy Whlteside.. again, sugarcane, and again' sorghum,' aud bound Our for state their 1 I. more favored , ,,ariirripariiens; } ,,f % ;
;... t plosion killed '16 men instantly. ". Debat.e.-AmerUI 'Jones, Melts a balance of rations'-that could by nature development :
'4:: ,'Tba Terminal Hotel ,at tbe-.water- Ann Johnson: '. *< well be Improved upon: With an, occasional than almost any other IIi this nation.; "i .., '. ,. .}- I ..I-rl' 'tf"-, >01'f

.'' -r, front and Market Street f.IUod" and The. Little FUrt..,',' I. sprinkling of salt, and in the We have a vast advantage, over those. "" -. ,*. **
',i.\. I.... ,burled 20 persons under the debris. spring and fall thoroughly charred parts of the country Where ,from anywhere

,, :: These were speedily Incinerated. of discoveringtheir andthere A O Ouamateed Care for PilesItching corn cob liberally .salted we. have the from hoamu.t, four to six be fed month upon',In'crop'theyear gents: :for(: ,the l 7t1T1SiuM"lJifCjJ i : -, ;
no possibility
: wa regimen build and
,!1P., c ., blind bleeding, as rapidly .. .
'l' identity., %- protruding even the meatr bone and ligament grown solely for tttelr sustenance, and ;' '* ,!j{. A San Jose'railroad'man: here re PileDruggista 'are authorised to Into well and well be sheltered and oared for at a heavy {four. '.
set rounded
a Get
refund money if PAZO OINTMENT! falls up Our natural, conditions 'free :: eisewbsie. 'I.t. "
that Insane < asylum at Agnew prices'i-before'buying :
.-' ports the to cure In 8 to 14 Jays. 500.The' hog at the best for the market and thelowest rfrl
them from the of those few disorders
1 total wreck and that many __ . danger h .'
'a a \ cost. 't'I which follow their' kind ;elsewhere .v : .-, I''YI : J "
,of the Inmate were kUled.' 1" J > am .aware ,of the general'notion
; Last Or. mQOooOaOOooost\
\ Dres. and free chance to'their .
There were 700 persons in.the build.h that Florida I. the home of thee- razorback give .
;\ ing and the ruins took fire spun<< after Mr. Henry I. Overatreet U'shipping and rustler.' ,This used to be so. inherent hardihood.: They' are subject ,r " _' .

1,,- \ 1, .the collapse., this week: the last of the"orange crop but 1* not n31 more. With settlement either to sheep less danger,. cattle from, 01'.,_poultry disease., than and .... , ',I ...., '
; This report ba4'\bubeea'omcl.U confirmed la .Osoeola county for this season. and improvement a change' ha been < <,' -t ...
H#; and it..le added that scores oft The orange came .from': )11' K.. B. worked in favor of blooded'hog 'and nothing can happen to them under -

'the Inmate who escaped... roamingthe Savage'! grove at. Crabgrass, and systematic oared, It' 1* experience; ordinary care, that would grow. Into : NEW ( R'OdERYtO: E"
country in a tate of panic. '>. were hauled thirty-five mile 'on an ox: that Berkshire hogs from pedigree an epidemic.. Above all, they offer 1.1. "
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the Southern wagon to Ashton the radcber: and the farmer a medium d ".
Late "h\e\ ,aft.erlloon, Station'and brought stock, bred fromx acclimated foundatlon -r 1.h. f f.. .
'T aclflo brought Into San Francisco a la front there on the train. They wore 'stock, do far better than' any of transmutation of crop -into cur: 'We have Just'opened op si Bandy &; Baa4y'\ C i

ton of dynamite to be used by the tire packed here at the packing house 01 other improved breed. If they are given repay surpassing any other oft' which' '.I' old stand with s!full stock of fresh/*.. rl\"; 'r..1
ID pmentingtlb..presd] ,, ,of the Water Carson Grocery Co.', the a* yet we hate,any knowledge,
tic( -.fighter same care rel..eJy.hat. would be '
r. .tb ; i'Tne and were still juicy and In fine bestowed upon cattle.' .It .* %not, m'j' In Iowa, Illinois, Kansas sod Indiana ,>P t ANG1Y' Aistr' ;\ ?AMtLY1' :UW CEit1F.g) .
>w ; rmiuroad'Company haV also..voluntarily ;Overtree expects fancy price purpose In thlsv place to go" Into ''de ,the bog. is called "the mort } veotfP
dismantled two of. its big for them. ..' _, : tail of these methodsr to prescribe gage lifterv" With our superior' advantages : and t' !oMaN., fi Me .
,;\ the In Florida be could be much ..
-I" buildings; 'noplng- to check, approach exact rale for feeding, either In materials ""1 : A1 + :- 1M1,!4Mw M.. "' -:- "--
'} > of the; flame toward_ IMIT'r gen- .... 'Stood tli. Tent 28 Years. ," hours' or. quantities, ''wll more than that, and I venture the pre I ; :: .: :
;! .. 'w" ,oral omoe. "* "** "' The old; orlglnat --Orove's- Tasteless c.ODt.ennDl\1ell'.IU1.ln that these diction hat beforevery long .be. will : 0 : "
{, .. i.A btlietid.sent one b1' lbeAse Chill Tontes 'Yon know what yon Are method and rule are neither,' ,- be.' I.see in the bogthe" future, bank Bje OLt E 1Q: QX.tLI ,

'.' ; ., I. =1>reI. headquarter atS taking: U U Iron. ahd
::1i 'ti "lei's . tporntngl e.ldt. ""Iieporytey ".tastliM* 'form. No' cure;no >av' ; aOoi'i >..!pan,,'and.I do..siure'',you I /, Iff ,-.. .. --J" ) .; ,
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: TITS pmaantty and. Ho ftt er nerrou*.,. HIS LITTLE DINNER I 6TEER FOND OF FOX Feeding Chicken by" 'Alarm Clock
MM after Ant daVe tarp of Dr. KilnOroal ,
i 'Qet t Wet i Merv**eeterat.sfl trial* **... ..* HUNTINO'I I A farmer In Oregon who --own a F- w .. .ff
Pr.n.H.gusa. Ltd.,-'Aab Bt.,1'b11aPa. Animal In Pennsylvania' mall poultry farm ha devised a novel

t. .6' :II"h" NEW YORKERS PLEASANT EVENT fpped Peculiar Habits.; _, method of feeding its chickens during

"I'OWItR.'s .).bl tlM mo 'blr .1f1u pasdi.1 s1oa/I.i1. / \ .'+ INQ WITH FR11EN &. Animal sometimes develop strange his ato encIn each,yard be h..1 f OPULAR
= p /.. I "'- ru" # w "'. r. , J traits; and do thing* which,, scent(to be erected trough to hold{food for the !( SCIENCE
: entirely opposed "to', their nature. ,
fWere hens and ihwe' are connected I
.II- JPald'' and :
: Probablf I :
.J! s p o wtmdoofe,abase ottle one of the funnlest'cases of wire with an .laran; lbCk In the farm- 'Thre is.:an electtle plant In Call Rl
', '*a product of ', Th 'ptibllfl Jollity a Remembrance Cam Idea this kind is that of a steer on a farmIn house. When the owner leaves home forlila, on the Yuba River\ that teed.wer *. ;t

l ...'rnsurialtand" Duchy of Mee' executioner baa been fined of the*20. Oral That Important fact Had' lien, Over-, Lackawanna! county' PA., which: has In the morning he seta the alarm ,--. 140 miles, driving trains In Oak.t'd. -.

,',,t. crperi- looked! ; a turn for 'lox hooting and fence clock at the hour for feeding tbe v

..._' tt tt***lean | ? t -A?.PRECARIOUS,--., CONDITION." . jumping?, ,There, are,lour fox, hound chicken, and by an Ingenious arrangement O 'f

: t to .manufacturing.- _. .' *Ia y, :fVontta .Buffer Daft JoII...:.. ana I on'the farm and when Pete which t.tho' ,, when tbe.tlme arrive) the The nyeraeo weight of ,a stationary) -
It seemed rears since Ethrldge tad name of the steer, was a, calf,, he proportion to Its horetjf P
Don't Knuw tn. JVe''o.., alarm goes off. the ;connecting wire. au engine, la
m A. J. TOWER CO. Women who are' languid suffer back- seen Rogers, ''and when' they met one became attached to the dogs, apd used releases the troughs and,the food,u : power: is only !*

:-; ., ftr : cb.,and dlsxy<'''II *;abonld read csre- wouldn't afternoon let In .Union him btt Square until the he latter"had to ever run' they land started bellow after after them fox.: when He spread before the, hungry fowl" _' ." Ireafa.' that of a steam engine.I ".

.. tufy'Jtbe: ?, experience. of Mrs. Laura a -I <% -
,:,--lIRJU:: iI'"R.olrts as -, promised comb and dine the next: would follow them till a fence stopped "Trofessor Wllhelm'Wnndt the crerntor
_, ._ ___ _- Hulllvnn, Bluff and .
__ .
t' = *- '. Third! St.., lOirqiiette night." 1'' ; him when' he trotted back to the TERRIBLE SCALP HUMOR. of experimental psychology powin ,
4'don't know of anything thai could barnyard and acted as if he was lone ',' year recently
I iilsseventy-fourtli ;
Mlcb. who 1 _
"L says:
)f 7J/J.' ,[ tf7J.) . rove ,Led backache and ghfl!, me more pleasure old man, thai some. Head CoTrd.WMH1.HnmoT Sore. With.. celobruteJ:tie| ./..fiftieth.\ nl1h'orlar"oc.

: : (ft. t learlng-dowu P"ln, to buy you the best dinner that can be One day the farmer put three Lou or Hair-Another Speedy Cur LIs giailuatlou\ M-llh. '. the doctor's .degree. .
BteBaroin had In town," he ual l. and meant It. hounds 8.m.dl.s."All "
:t ?_ and at times my on a fox' tra k, and Pete wbo by Catlmu .
4 better advertise the I..i1lnr Vnibs would swell to So the next night Ethridge met Rogers was! in the 'barnyard when the bounds my li(.'1 had been troubled mote

,..wend........ Ooller*, fo.r MboUralilp ere of., twice natural sice. I at one of the famous hotels uptown. It gave tongue, rushed out down the road or less with humor in my scalp but about' ,A faintly luminous, milt Jn tbe{ bulb) ;

.rout. young wain nereons TODAY ot,thl.ouuaty.t lee than could hardly Bet up was the' drat. time this winter be had over a fence and across the fields. a year ago it became wore and my scalp and on the!) fingers bill been noted by

or down stairs and been out anywhere, and the first time The fox led the hounds a lively. chase wee covered' with little sore, which Professor Somaiers on rubbing electric
!A-ALAi BUSINESS COLLIDE Macon Ba he had worn his evening clothes. itehed so it nearly made me crap; ray.
often could' not'get my shoe,on. Beginning and played all manner of tricks to 1 light bulbs that has been not long
hair also and fell out,
belan-to dry
Roger Is popular, ,Everybody throw ttfem off the scent' He went get No" explanation
+ satisfactory
tet.ule la
Doan's Kidney Pills-1 with no, ule. ,
tried all kind of hair reetorere
: lALSiSY &., :CO.. got relief before I bad used half a box, . through a swamp,. ran.on, to a bridge effect and 1 was'near:y dwcouracBdVJtmt bas been aIXeu., 1

: ;but continued taking tbech nutll cured: then leaped off the end and took'a on day. I was reading ia a paper what -

.1 44 South Fofgtb'St Atlanta 'Ga.JPort The'' bloating subsided and I was well, spurt on a wall, ,but could not shake the Cutlcura hemedie..had done for scalp Palladium a rare substance HMIe

,, ., .,. . ,a/tUln./ , his pursuer off. di......, and decided to make a trial 1 :used I Is the active agent In automatic'
WI Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box He ran through the'froi3t yard of a got a> cake of Cuticuia Soap a box of Cuticura gas lighting! devices. Flame Is produced '

Fostcr-Ullburn Coy Buffalo, N. LAs neighboring farm, and a strange dog Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent o* soon Illuminating gas',
Pills. I them according to directions
; uaed ,
7"l I 'Joined In thechase.. Pete aeemed to the strikes a pellet of asbestos covered
and noticed.i ;
2 think the new comer had no business the with a mixture ,of palladium and firmly -'
Bdgbaston (England) woman, tiny sore* on myacap: began to- heal,
wbo was summoned jlor' annoying. there so he plunged at it, tossed It itching stopped, and my hair began' .to divided platinum. ; known. at platinum

neighbors by blowing a whistle, said over a fence then ran to1 Join the grow thick. I have used only. the one black. .. ,
\ she bad been hypnotized and blewit hounds, which had caught the fox and cake of Cuticura Soap one box of Oint -, '

to call :Attention to th fact. looked on contentedly I ment and one vial or Pills, and now .1 Tent of the strength of wire ,rope..vcoiuluoKsl
t b bJ..d' atAUonary hare no humor on my ecalp and my hairie for the French CJovoriiiuent; : ,'

*4 lEnglnes; \, Farmer! Mechanic*! -Figures. soft and .ilk,.. lime JUjzi C. Atkina !.how flint the ultimate strength of around
Boilers, Charles Coe who lives In Killing- Box 32, East Oricaui M...., Mar. 19, flfpo Is iblrly-tliree per'cent..

'Saw Mills' THREE FACTSFor worth has arranged: a curious pet of 190J. IPS" than the sum of the teimlle'

'AND' life-slre mechanical figures, which are strengths; of its Individual wire beta
A dollar In hand Is worth two
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY attached to a water wheel In a brook *e being- laid
loaned friend: ,
(? CemoM, tote Tarried ./oOJI fr near Mr. Coe' farm. These figures all tq a

J IMXfDIAT DILITX&T, work on. eccen.trlcs, attached to the reliriinrr. tOO! a great storm sweeping .
i r Meet' YaehIa.l1sw.,1 r....aa&Beet Teraa Sick Women water wheel. They are made1o go L. M.T: L. A )ft I.. M.I aver i the- forests of the Voxges& In

Wrlt.> u. for atalogu.'prigs, through characteristic movements Buy T.. & M 1'"int and get a full jcaflnn.Wear rrnnce, destroyed Immense quit utity
because I.. &. M.
10 to 15 ,
,4tCb.tdrv' ....y.a. To "By Jove, I Was the Quest! There are eight of these figures. and Zinc: *harden K.; year 4 )0(. White brad ant 'of resinous troes. Th trees that remained

Consider knows him. They. had hardly met at they cover a space of some twenty-five ma It.. L,. & )f. Punt went like irou. \ utandlng J. 'tbe devastated dlaUlot .

W. L.WiL. ,the appointed restaurant before a'par. font. There Is an old negrO mammy 4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 3 gallons were more or less injured and

I DOUGLAS ty ,of-slx"nt in dinner clothes surrounded wbo Is beating time to her husband's oil C.will S. paint... a*moderate,I ox-Mllyor.; sifted Vanbury.Conn.houw weakened by the removal of soil from

him and there were Introductions fiddle. This fiddle is strung with wntei "'I>lint"" tny hone It veer ago their roots through the upturning or
FOWT.-Thai almost every operation to Ethrldge. wires and Li heard to some distanceon With L. & M. Looks well today/' their neighbors. line then there bas

Douglna 94.OO ONt Kdap. Lin*) in or hoqritaU part'
cannot be>*>qualle. >d ntnny prloo.MleoaUUkeyMlatonrthreelarceteeterle.. I nb become aysnptocn nooeasary a* baokaa1t.through negleet with u.." insisted the spokesman of swinging and there arc l// -per cent, commission allowed to any railed In France bostrlche. belonging ,

,+ and palafnl period, Irregular the sir' So presently. the double two boy" teetering on a board. ThereIs resident where we have no. agent, on aale to the genus Currullo, which ;
a t J, displacement of L. k M. to ac our re-
/'. I of the female organs, pain La th* aide,. quartet was ordering wine and high- I also an old man sawing wood. tall price. propertyowneae M.-ein8 to have taken advantage of the '

i' emas. bmrnlng naatloi in the stotnaob, 'priced delicacies, quarreling good naturedly These, figures"are made chiefly out Apply to: LONGMAK:: *: MARTINEZ weakened" state of the trees, ns certain

I Warlng-down pain, .nervonsne, dla ,as to who.should pay. for the of natural crock of wood which Mr. Paint M.ken. New York. microbe Keixn upon tbe human body

am- and aleeplsssnsss.Bacon. .,, whole spread. The cigars Ethridge Coe got from his woods, and they are Mien lu nn enfeebled condition. Healthy .

J..r / .-:Tbe 'm.cUc1De tkat holds remember., were long', glossy, brown- all dressed In appropriate costumesand "Pop what USUALLY.financially emberrased trees resist the_ravages of these )
the wend for tke largaat .amber of skinned beauties with no especial all work together with precision. a Insects, but tbone_ tbnt have been InJured --
abeolaU onras of female Ills I* Lydia trimmings In the way of silver' toll: They form a.queer lpectacle.'and many man and weakened fall victims. to tbe.Inv"lerll.'o .
B.. nnkham'a Vegetable Compound but they cost $1.25 apiece. The bill as come to see them.-Clinton correspondence Willie."As "a rule he's a married man that In the past three year .'

f IT'I I It rvgmlates, strengthens .and onrsrllssass a whole was pretty stiff even for that Hartford Courant. -Denver- Post.-. - -- the destruction caused by the: stbrm has
of the ,
'; #u.Ions,. nothing* else can.feaoal organism a. part of town. By and by. It was decided sloe R.w.r<.. .100, I been greatly extended by tbe Los d ,

I I Itt to hire a room, play a few game Truant Grotto. The rad.r.of thl paper winbeplesnedta Inches .
..:for thirty years It ba* been Helping of poker and attend to the minor de learn that then la at least oDe dreaded dlm- __
woman to bo strongourloar baokaohe, r eaee that .ol no. bee boon able to OliN III alt Other Iad
The Kite Im '
tail of rC;
nerroaaneas. kldnoy trouble. inflamnxa.tlon who should pay afterward. luiuure*.and that Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh '
of the female weakness As coon as the game started a ,"kit Can U the only positive cure now known lathe <> In many quarters of the world' kissIn '
organ,, ''
and dleplaoemanta, rep.Uol'tbe ty" was created to pay. ton cigars and ,l tltutlonal medical dlneewo fraternity., rmjulra.Catarrh 1I..tltutt.a..1 bring con- K Is not In favor. Indeed it Is regarded -

w firyUW.W period perfectly and overcoming' drinks. Because the "kitty". paid treatment. Hall'.CatarrhCurolatakenInt.r- in an outrage upon Unman na- ,
IaIWr; gt p14'CAelW. their palace, It has also proved lUelf everybody ordered 'more champagne.The Dally.a.ottltlfd\rectly upon this blood and mueooa tiu-ej The Japanese, who have under-
UoqANF Invaluable. In' preparingwomen .for play lasted till near midnight.! arlaoea of the lyetern.tbxroby dllltro,. stood an.I1Idopted' .ao7 of our Western .
childbirth and the ehann of life. /Ing UM foundation o(, and ttlrlnn
tElLSRID Then as some of the party had .to i the patient strength by bulldlnjup the oon. practices, cannot accept our cuetomb
IM I THIRD. -The great volume of unso' catch suburban trains, the game broke motion and amhrtlnif nature In doing Its of kissing' )X.'.e remember the ?
United and grateful testimonials on file up' all declaring that it had'' been a work. The proprlatorahave ora.iiohfidthlnIt startled/ look of toe young Japanete-
Iuv00"e'JaNhLLLaat+ at the Plnkham Laboratory at Lynn long time-since'they had spent such curative powers that they ofur. One Hundred at a German university when an rntuualostlc -
a M.... of Dollar*for any OHM that It fells tooure.
many which !are from time to "Bruderschaft"with
an agreeable evening with good tt'l10" Pole drank
bead jtor Hut of tmtlmonlato. AddressY.
vas Bredtto, Mmu.t ae0 allow yvm K* time published by permission give absolute s O.. him and kissed him! Tbe Soutli
< H *. Etbrldge had enjoyed himselfas I. Caesar A Co., Toledo
>lw ilclievery pejrolehee* evidence of th. value of lhoses.
a Tj* flswjy W. L. Mia-lM i.10rare w H. Plnkhaa's Vegetable Lydia much as any one perhaps more. Bold by Dniirtrlat. 'I6/!. Sea Islanders do not kiss. They rub
Compound and Take Pits for
U.U'.lo'.mlly oonatlpatlon,
e Mr*. Plnkham adviee.Mr The. question of who should pay. A moat Inadequate .
etl!>jli e. came up again., Roger grabbed the The only essay emend for the atr- tlitnks

3KffiEiSS.s Womea..Pt..khan'-Women* Standing. InrlUttonto from check ,when it was brought, but two : 1 nual prize: ,offered by the Parisian When: Erasmus,was In England-and <{

I" form of female weaknaas suffering any of his friends piled onto-him and Academy! of Moral and : Political that'..wil nearly tour centuries ago-
__ UT7d1n. are invited to
aW ubon AvlBCV.l>J>ou< took It away.. Sciences did not receive the award be noticed tbe pleasant custom of theEntlI.h
& 71*** ao sob Utat.i HOB* (osiala>> promptly eotamnnioat with MrplnkLaun. : '
4lrltbo.e hr aan aad ortae etanped oa bottom.Dotr't .' .at Lynn. Mass., All letters' Yr.raeiv.d "Here, this 1* too much for anyone t asit. ; ,was too lllo"lhlo to be read.We girls, who kl* ed you when

: = nucar.'w-g"castenvMeaab opened: road and answered of us to stand," they said. The i have who wish to purchase for you came, kissed yon when you went. ;

w.L DOUOLAZ Ir.ekton tam.., by women only. Fromaymptomagivem item were: Dinner $47: wine $35; I investment,timber ooal mineral phosphate and United you while you stayed And d..
yomr: trouble may be) located and Jh: :cigars $13.50; sundries $8., Total and farm ..nd..d property in growing' their lips,-be added "are soft, warm
WANTED rnbk.eand surest way of reoovery towns. Bend' full description, locationprlo. "
$103.60. "Lot the 'kitty' for It. nnd delicious. la commenting upon"thll.
advised. Mrs. Plnkham U Kngu h-A.inerloan Loan A Truat Co., RealBetat.
'&llkinda u>;Wild AnimalandMidi ia-law of Lydia Pinkbam and for The "kitty" however, though a .;.. -.-. Dept., Atlanta Gain Mr. l roudC'. in a famous essay* ,

\ 'tg eo .AJ'l&CWI PAID ..0. twenty-fire year* uDder her direction well-fattened' animal came $40 shortof It Is believed by geologist that this remarked "Pretty .good, this. for a

,'W'LD-J.YA.: and since her deoeaa ah*,ha* bn ad. paying., the bilL ,Etbrldge\ had lost beautiful natural ,grotto of Mltramo- Austria Held labor Is,.tlll largo priest! '
_ r:": .Pnta vUlngsickwomafrofoharg- Omtef $25 at poker but paid another $5 toward nla with the rest of the island of .ly done by women Possibly the formal kiss, which has

.IIIIH ZTJUFIEEweaM.f : the raM volume of* *rI.uCe in tre tIng squaring the evening's fund Capri, where It stands, broke off at an nearly died out In England receivedits

.lee le.. t rwaM.l 'female Ills Mrs. jnnkhaaa probably 'each of the party bearing his share in early age from the promontory of Sor death-blow when Queen Anne Met
ii the rry knowledge that will hely) the "deficit. 'Then, as they started I rento and anchored Itself about three STOPS BEICHINC.O the lady mayoress on the Important Othof
_ amee. Surely
.. your poor. i.vary foolish If nay aha womaafriah doeanot take or. away It suddenly occurred to Rogers ; miles away In the bay of Naples. .,.... Bad Breath-.*....... and !-slant November Until then the king bad
advamtagei this ganerous offer of 'that the waiter had not been tipped. .Car Wt mm..N. l>.r.c.-C.r.< always kissed the lady mayoress-a* .
....taIa.. '- "We'll soon settle that" be said. Teeth Generated Electricity by AIte "PU_ the chairman of the London County !!

: : 'ww ,Eye Water "Here cut the card to gee who give "False teeth have been known to A ._, breath U pficeleaa, Council kissed the market queen. But t'N
a OHKAT irnrrmVACOIBA.TION rLaova sre Mulls Anti-Uelcb W...... will\ bad
a.the OAwa7..m him $5. generate electricity In the mouth and cure when good Queen ,Anne reached the
? t't' (At1p. _...... a*>*....t.L..LI_.......,, Ethridge lost' and handed over the chock their wearer painfully. ," said<< a sad breath.bad and UeM bad indicate mete metaatly.otteni*>Belching breath, city-well, where would tbe fun COIU''

4 " 1'TRIMMINC&;; We use genuine Leather tip. When be started home by himself dentist. which M due to atouwcn trouble in? She didn't kit* the lady mayoress.'
and t. backs,;Leather. Dash and a fin Leather be found that his remaining' cash "Only. last week a gentleman came 'wIII)'.' Anti,-lleich Wafer purify tbe Ami an ancient custom seemed to have

eOoarter Top with Leather Back Buys Pull length amounted to $1.87. The evening bad to me and said he feared he was get. foul stomach..***aid) that atop arue belching from undigested, by absorbing! tool lapsed .

r'r lab Iron,., Quick Shifting Shaft Coupling*, DOUI'cuah10DaA! : been so pleasant, however, that even ting a cancer on ,his tongue. 'Such and by eupplying the digestive. organs with Hut with the accession of tieorge I.,
: "Q.OO.r Dealer sell the same kind for$ ,. then, he did not grudge the outlay.. severe shooting pains attack me.:'he natural solrenta for food. hopes revlred. There would be kissing ,

': -:S.eantoe. eyery part of oar BaT. A good Harness. .; But as he ,turned Into his door a said, 'that often I utter loud oaths lathe They of relieve. kiod.) ... or car sickness and nausea again. :And,Lady Humphreys, tbe
any s
:, .Write for Catalogue No. 73 thought suddenly occurred to him. most.un.eemly.'p1ace.-at tea, They quickly I cure headache eol'ffCtb.. I wife of the now lord mayor concluded

; qy GOLpEN,,EAGLE'BUGGY. 'CO. < ,;$49.00WOMEN'S "By. Jove I was the guest!"-New fore the minister and so on. It !. be-I I ill ..1ee0' exc sews eating or drinking. I "from bis known character for gal-
a.o Aye.ATLANTA.. OA' . They will destroy
1t41fd Tork'Press. a tobacco whisky or Inntiv"
I. kntft thrusts. Do you think I am going onion breath hllLantl .. that the king would pay tbe
r. : to lose my tongue. They atop fermentation in the stomach Uailltlonal tribute to beauty. The king '
' . . On Galileo'* ''Tower. "I found that two different metal acute indigciUoD, crampe e"lie. tarn in the took refuge behind the,skirts of Queen
1.. : stomach and int .tini
had been used In fixing: the poor man's. heartburn bad dutendtd abdo Anile; He did not give the kiss. And
false teeth. These metals, combiningwith spell.! or any .other affliction complexion. analog diuy froma the lady mayoress conduct at the
,PAINS the'i saliva bad formed a small dieeaaed atomach. light was such that the rumor went
1 : W.know Mull' Anti-Belch Wafer gill '
battery. Electricity generated In the round "She was borrowed for the
do this aad
,. we want yon to know it. Ihia
battery continually and shock aftershock offer may non appear again. occualon! The king discredited the

;' ;- .? m danger,,signals,\which every sufferer should heed' t-- ",was administered to the tongue report. "He would have borrowed a
'' ', "I painted the metal with Insulating betterr said Ueorge I. London Mode nero
add jxit a stop to,1ry' curing the dlscasc which causes Thereafter an 4218 GOOD FOR 15c., lu -
t xenu. Women's .. nearly always''caused by,: I, had no more trouble." the man Bend this coupon with your. name) Society.

some dtacase ior'' \VCalCleti Of the womanly 'organs or and .dd..... and your druggtat'e name Railroad !. a M.'... Wilder...
and .
lOe. In
the of which Is take Gamekeeper Capture an Eagle; wiU acamp or silver', and we It Is exp :ted that by some date early ,
treatment to
functions free
7 ,,, ,proper L .: : ,. ,._ Many a BritUh gamekeeper bas have. anpply-never you need a sample MuU'a,, Antl if-E.loh yoa In next December the'St.te of Maine

ruthlessly shot; an eagle, and even an Wafer, and .will_eke. send l roe a car. ; will have another new railroad a. road '

1' R Alpine gamekeeper ,seldom secures e.tinceU.... of good more for Belch 23c.Waf.toward.... 'the Yea par-will. that Is In some respects the most reuarkable ti

T one alive., This ,rare exploit has just find them invs'jable: for tomach trove of any yet built. This Is the
to been performed by. a gamekeeper at ble; cure abeorptlon. Add... extension of the Somerset Railroad

r. 0AiftflhII: .- Albeuve In FrelburgiThe MULX'S Ave UBU.PC, Hoek To.xio laland.Co.IlL( ta 8tf from Bingham to Birch Point" Ioos.-.

1 bird had swooped upon a hare, ....., head Lake, a dlatnr.ce of close to fifty r.{
L : with! was soaring to,Its eyry. 04tM rill .4dd...... md, WriU flotnty. ,miles. This road run- "through tbe
'.f M. : when the gamekeeper fired heart of
Y, and the tbe Maine -wilderness*or tbe
... ...... ,' bird was hit In the Wing just sufficiently greater t tscenery
; All part of Its '
drcgglsta. Me. bra length and the
f per by
'.' .., ... : or mail
'L to stop present flight without pen receipt of pnce. to be
"" '' permanently btampa accepted. found along the llne'Is
. -r-.uUi d io'dicilfu11 y"r: ttooirht could not' five, damaging the limb. The - some of the finest in New '
---- '
,' writeg, Mrs. John,Short.;.of Florence, Ala*'."andrn tu.the?, '-i" -. bare was killed by the shoe The bird, Because there 1 I. but one Cgrbla Work on this extension vas begun 111 ,.

d'l mDatyH three months;on' a
I atQ'trreatlr improved ) paln.t .near Florence where Galileo madg Infc and: the wing will soon beaU The ,-- ,, miles of the road were built drrlng

ttt+nd I am 'getting1' alone fine.:'* It.ia.a) curative medicine 'portant astronomical" observation: In spread of the wings* 88-, !inches., TEN'TJaARS- --H1QNCE.> __ the first 10m mer., The'second summer
fear: ;the treatment,.of fhul, ftmctloni> periodical pam and great a room man's below telescope It ; preserved and Tartans'other the London;Dally Olobe.Europe' "To; I attended T the banquet"What the work vr as continued and up to tbe y

'' lltf.aI. 1 IT'd&Jcaae") :: : P"1CIr. "ifgetablc4. 1LU1t. 'Rc1bb1c. ; reminiscence of his ." didyou has to eatr. present time tbe road ha*,been"completed
U' .., . sojourn, Tin/ Republics ."We.atart;. to a point > '
T". "AI;: .".Qlu.: ; "'4L 'L j. < 'C with protelds. follow on Moxie J ond. only' The republic of SanMarino.wblchNapoleon .
I <.d by carbohydrate and nuoletns. mile from Bingham; Tbci
ace 5At.:,an .:" ;$ .09" 'Bottles !* '< treated' with.aerlo-comlcr-- contract,for '
;; ._. f. Snake-Pell. "Knernle -or nod wound up with gluoold and, the completion ot the r. '
,Among sped. Is sUItacurlosltyamong.tates.' work has
ao..agnbMr w'rw ; ......J/... I car erS I ,( A striped anake'wandered' into the According to the latest census its pop. caffeine.-PbfadeIphla';Balletla, ; contractor Ju are.t been. "awarded and' tbe., ;

JJI.... :: : 1 o benyard of Loot Blears at Be nlqtoa. elation la 9,<17? less tban that of a ,the* given an ineentjPe"tO'bustle
Tbere 1'I :In constn>ctlon In that/'they
. ?VtW tae othsYdal and hasnt got ", room western .Canada
::'t' away good-sited YUla,.. There arc five will\ receive a bonn ;
_, for/ K>,000 'mile*, ot railway of 910.000 If the
yet.; Tb.'heng fell the Today
1 upon unfortunate to 'the 'four '
women work
state'/Ifor/ ,
; ,
"' pecking *, aaery thentr./ scarcely than' !Uncompleted; by, December 'I/
reptile;. 4t'to pieces.: men.;, more $.00, IWflL, Mine '
.' li ''' ' .nlit. ,/' '_ >, thirty-odd mile remain t.iW; ::"n: 'f.<
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,TM Nv'" Waterl'Bridge.""'I'''' 1* Ja .....bora la..*. They are not : : 'I
'. !tHE.tplLrpl'l' ,, "RUSSIA'S OWJMQKT.t. ...._ s.5" w, 1 1oli. A 114M N01XLTf. .
.1 ntr ".** e f tile.rather." bvt U|, ff. ., .J M* kam $ ttuu'e-a '.wUTl.lowd ... "" '
irtj** oa'Watrto0 B.... 1'-: rkwrn+w- ,,w.ASCHOLARLY . r*!"*'.e' aaytagof ..... ... cje. 't Al
7d"gus."sl.ndude"made'i t i Father.the deadly. happyare] foe of all the that souls Is:in of which.tile been all right U It could bare toa.. Louie XIV,gated chat 'moL"*" men****, 'Bit. with a' ...bad

aDDoa."captured from tilt l'reach.t. ell ,tacticsof the ."And what"ttoes\lt meant'r, water."' .. "
. SUNDAY. KERMON'BY' the flight into Egypt comes out as it 1 the th* gtrljn ., ,- ,
r call*,th* unique *'l'act.r cf the or*> THE REV. Ll4:. TAYLOR. does In Matthew's Gospel of the In-' i tag"', '. -\ tr1 'Whyt it meaas Tb.BlmZei, rrnat "A.a to JIowri' I ''h"Why.they

\007 at"la* opening the .Z14... .. ....1' ,'Jt>r:':t r.oCJ".IjIt" , .*..*ot'hesltae,.,,to play, tJlO'lf.f"' Ss t **> iff -,..' "droakvtt. eoda. lnetat4 '
+ I The etrnctur was'opened' tor traSUj r "\ iJ, .._ '1ft"'" ": .Joseph S> dur tbreatesKxt .*o.l. Alt thedreams "D,...staying out.ef Ole water."? of ***lrtB*; It 'lit weaao: lYa.w i
t Swn t.h..t anntv rsaj**l* Trth***.\\t' .
';" .tIe ofV Waterloo :(from,, which tM f be forthcoming if we are faithful and I ,1 AND: HBrWA8 IT., '
'1-1 1' : we shall get back to Nacaretb. Botfi- I OCEAN fttA..yJlta. Mrs) Denhom-Do yon' bow'bow Beofhen are .... nspl
bridge take its name), and the oars '
Brooklyn; TX.> T.n: the subject o: bow Herod will be circumvented. And 1 "Jack has to Europe." lobsters are eaughtf' ''- ' .'""" task' Tided
IP:many was performed by the Duke of his sermon Sunday 'the It... Livingston though It be neither scientific doctrines: con could "-. of, tatUBg ,
Benham- my' dear.Judge. .:
"T.T I.alda'wlmVTown one,
,7 ;Wellington,,... .Th,. gSB aL"U.AOo I.. Taylor,*pastor of the Pnrltaa Con I nor. kVll propensities which do most to' > never' occurred tai, lint, M
'" ufampanlcd: by a .staff of officers all !gregatloaal Church."*pok* on "Tho make it bard for our souls, but Just be : Topics.Thla . lend 1t to the Osar..' +

*of whom fought on the field) of Water Square Deal, 111'Religion." Ue took pettyo preoccupation: and ,th* dally

' ., loo. Familiarity has led 'u* In the** two texts: Proverb xlt:22: "They that burdens and tbe round cf more or less' s : .' .
deal truly are Ul delight. and Paalra Irritating duties of our common life, ;
I 'days to overlook the beauties of the
'the xt:7: "Th rlghteon Lord loveth righteouaueas" we-are under the same sacred obliga- Rise Liars H---
.Bridge Canova described It as
"1' TaJ'lor.ald: -
< tloi bare the same encouragement: .
&obestbridge) in the-world, and Bald'lt.waa The kingdom of Leaven Is a squar to secure for our soul the square deal T ,. < -- .?

worth, a Journey. from Rome to deal on earth. From the night vision eans Uiem to have. Lotus never . .. i *. - ; I, 4 ,
,', see. Dupln thjL.; celebrated French of the shepherds to .day, dreams of forge that. Jesus christ I* Tbo- great w
engineer, in .his "1I4emolr.." said It'' St. John'It.!.:peace .and good will ou champion of a' square deal for'every''

was a colossal monument worthy oi <.-artb. among men, which the bolts of soul and that that mean our*. "j"I" And Salute Your
; the Ceasar; while on th*' occasion God areseen bestirring themselves to A square deal In presenting the Queen
i promote. And Ha who came from claim of religion should be religiously. : r
tbe visit of the allied sovereigns "
' beaten lived rather to'all men, that maintained. God I* eternally against. ? , =. .
q; tails countryAlexander L of Russia they aught( ever after dwell as breth anything else. Jeremiah never said, 4
ry pronounced It the finest work "of -masonry : reu here. But there can be no kingdom anything which: bears more unmistakably -

the world had' seen.-Lon> ,, of brotherly men ou earth: with, any the seal of a olvlni ratification Ho; All Ye Faithful Followers of Aria nas

den l&ccbange. other throne set up than that of a fatherly than when he called it "a wonderfuland -

: God In heaven. The square peal boivlble thing" that bad come to .'f<.., ,
The Cfile- W ft.*. baa its vertical lines as well us US horlvontaL pass In the laud: ; that "the prophets l'

.Fifty year age a well-painted hou* The horleon'' never limited orppbesy falsely and tile priests! bear GIVE 'EARL!
wa a rare sight: to-day an nnpalutedbouse Christ's 'vision. lie lived' for the day rule by .their means: ana m; people !
I I. rarer. if people knew the real when men- would treat God right. In lovJ to have it so." But a: square deal -' .
value of paint'a house In need of paint that day, no man'wlll have anything In presenting the claims of religion

:would be ."scarcer' than ben's teeth." to fear from any other man. Th rules ''out, no: merely wilful' falsification A Ch' said School Teacher in New York "K. You IiiIIks'4
Yotanjc to
a Cooking :
There was sbm* excuse for our fore thinking world Is. coming around more and perversion lathers Ida J' them :Jlvexl !In houses and more to Christ's estimate of religion rules cut intolerance and demands a One Statement as False as That.. AU You have said tbcrat Foods

hardly wortfi preserving' : they knew as the power that must set thing square deal for the religious convictions fa "
nothing sabot pnlnt except that It was right among men' But In His day and ef other people.. It rules out dogmatism r Absolutely Unreliable. ::1-

pretty: and target a house painted was Sn ours the problem of the square deal and remands a *quare>deal for indignation the'dish.t1 tfdHc .fhsr.
Sn"ol... religion itself. It bas burst of true American'girl of ienthis .ssl
a serious and costly Job. The'difference alwaysbeen whatever new light may. break forth. j '
Post Is fed to I.,..
between tbelf" case and our. .1. hard to get a square deal for religIon It rules out the insinuation of doubt was; caused by the, teacher I THIRD PASTURE. with Sugar the iseallsV K

l that when they wanted tobemade'for . It has always. been bard- to and dc',land a square ,deal for tbe saying that Grape-Nuts the 'popular : producing the most utlafadoryfor
Now frisky. tot the the baby Jus food that U can tftflMR
I we to ,
maintain deal In come a
"square presenting
wbereda when faith. .
them: we feeblestand most unintelligent. I
r 'need paint we cap KO to the nearest the claims of religion. It bas always out insincerity whateverkind. 'pre-dlgested, food., was mad of stale: "Labor Union- editors.,. Yon know, quickly and& contented and will' go off t. sleep.*<* *well resV- ,

good store and<' .quality resd for use. We know or religion. These things should to' convictions nor 'deflnttenes '
) deep The teacher colored up and changedthe I. sometimes old It U the custom of some mothers w i
be borne all : eaten, by a'steer and
in mind by enter
It (Ought to knob ibis Mm'. that to us as we of.teaching. nor the replacing of the
''let house 'upon the special religious activities and subject. produces derangement of the allow the Urspe-Nnts to soak In WI Jj t
a a stand unpainted 1* most broken reed of 'an outworn doctrine: a Uttle and become ,
'(costly while a good coat of paint privileges of the Lenten season with star of livlnj trutb. of brain makes milk a longer
applied the strong a ; There {qnlt* an assortment traveling tbat the steer "batty" whereupon a little of the food tea
. In season I* the bent of Investment The square deal In religion Involves To be absolutely loyal to tbe truth and or 'of editors
of the Many .these milk
and stay-at-home members craty. fed IP addition to the
*. If we put off the brief visit.of ,a square deal tor religion. And this In yet deal fairly with all the spiritual Interests *
the painter we shall In' due time have turn Involves two' things: first, a fair affected by the manner In which tribe of 'Ananias who tell their fslse- are' "LocOed" from bat of anyone the washed off sugar.It .- .:

the carpenter! coming to pay use long minded attitude toward- religions phenomena the claims of religion" are presented"" is hood.Jov.riety of reasons."Hta who will not Instantly obey the Is by no means manufactvrsd stated! for ail ml. T '
bat these
baby food
e- ) visit at our expense. Luinrer I.I constantly In.lltutloo.doetrloe.. and perons no light thing to achieve. But of one "demands" of a labor union,::-and It ,
the the custom oncattlsjaireh a an Illustration of a perfectly dlssMlblev
spring It Is
getting dearer and and second a determination. '
scarcer thing those to whom we go with the ts the Universal bablt of such writ* *
w, poorer. .while prepared paints are get deal fairly with our own religious nature call of Christ must be left In no doubt, to hate a "round-up." alldbrao.t food.furnlsnei.tbe_ .1 and'itrevgtMfor ': ,

ting plentler. better and less expensive. a determination to give the soul a and that 1* that so far as In us lies and : the cattle eo ,we .are'' going to era. to gee straight Into. a system of It energy
athletes. It laID
It I I. bort-lgbted let valuable deaL personal ,.maeetloD manufacturingany the great commas*
4 n plan to the square ,_ God gives us light upon our 'wa1. w*
lumber of our house go to pieces. Men deal more fairly with the fact mean to Be square with them.' God have a "-round-up. and' brand these sort of falsehood through itch use by physicians la theIr own famltlss' | ,
} for the want of paint 'of religion than they used to. They instinctively U their and among their patients and ea. _
made our ears so that they cattle and place them properpastures to rent their spleen. Ws assert that
seen on tbe table of Ante) wIacollege
For the man that needs paint then are settling down to the conclusion that themselves against cant every
protect "' '
the common' citizen bas a right to In the land. .
are two form from which to choose; the race Is "Incorrigibly religious.They They close as quickly as the threatenedeye. U
i one 1* the\ old form still certain are beginning to understand that eye. lire and breathe air without asking I We quote from 'the'T ndoa Lanalysis /.

unprogrcsalve painters who bar. the world's history could not have been square deal In religion Involve permission of'the labor trust :and as follows:'' ,, -t

not yet caught up with the time*-lead what It bas been If men had no capacity a square deal at the heart of religion. this baa brought down on ns the "The-beds of bomenclatur'of tkl*.

and oil; the other I* the ready-for-n and need for religionReligion The central doctrine should be the FIRST PASTURE.Cooking hat.' of"these editor.., When they preparation evidently an America*'
paint found In every up-to-date tore. must be recognised as a legitimate human righteousness.. of God. the righteous school teachers this IB- ple.santry'slnee Grape-Nutsids derived >;
The first must be mixed wltb oil. Interest unless we want to throw dealing of God with men a. square go tar enough with their libels Is It solely. from cereals ,The prepanHtory

rt: drier, turpentine and color before It out of court the most persistent of alclatee deal and nothing lea for all men. a eludes "teacben".waao have applied harsh for us to get Judgment against process undoubtedly converts tke

I* renCy for user Ihe'C'tber need ,only of facts. Religion must be rec aquar deal and nothing more for "tbe, fc. u* for a weekly pay If tbiy.would them and have our lawyers watch food constituents Into n much more tll'-

'-- i be' stirred up 'lathe mil sod; It 1. ognlxed as one of thC'-great human Interests ".1ecL". Papl. .nr gets tired of tell- nice" about Grpe- for achance: to. attath money due n.tlblet condition than' ,In the rawi-
ready .to go on. To fauy-lead: and oil. 'If we are t* maintain any sort ing>u*' that Cod-doe not .....e.u by say "something! cereaL ,.This .is evld'nt.,from. theemarkable .M:,
colors etc. and mix: them Into a paint of proportion'ln our view of human lit!' doing ;DJ'tlla'1n&"wroac. \He is contlnu- Nuts_and_Po.tum. and when w e t tba them from..coshers! ? ,(For they are, loll "III 'ot the tratten.aeh .

by bond la, la this twentieth century, as a whole. Religion most be recognized ally. declaring-God'a-righteousne laHI'way ve'declined1' to. hire them'to-do usually |rfesponsible.v) ',, no less t sao .'h If of being k|*>
about the same a* refusing to ride in a as the supreme human Interest I If of sawing men, that Ue 1* at this they get wasp and show their Keep your, eye out IGr' the "Lo I '
trolley car because on*'* grandfather .we wnld be consistent with any resonsbl6 In. cold' wsteriv''Th* .olribl* : <
once_"just and the Jnstlfler of hIm that true color*.. coed1 editor. J'
bad to walk: 81" ride on horseback definition of religion. If religion bath faith la Jesns." Paul proclaim : tains chiefly dextrin and 1. .

when be wanted to go anywhere. Is an affair of,the soul In' Its rely the triumph of (he- square deal In Tblsals iBriude demoetra- appanpnp1at -' '. '

Prepared paint have been on the market Dons with the Infinite nothing short of Christ, In Him "mercy anoVtrails are ton..s. "lecturersont out by a Now let ell these choice specimenstake : grain .

lese than fifty y'ears.i bat they ....* this Is reasonable or right We abeaM met together; righteousness and peace certain Sanitarium!! to sell. food notice: brown and .'wllh a pleasant. ..
' 9 proved on the whole *o> Inexpensive; se 'expect to see men.' as we des striving: have kissed each other." AU that God made there and these people (Instructed 7 We will deposit'one' thousand or notunlike: al..btlT burnt matt A* r
convenient and *o good that tbe 'coaumptlort te make religion supreme, not content offers to AS in Christ He bas a right t* Intty thousand dollars to be covered bya 'lag to _.arl1a. the following .th*>

', \ today t* something over. sixty with anything short of the religious lu. odea: He comes before the bar *f rconscience by (be SBasI-be-wfaltEered- like, amount from tuein, or any' one of I 'Onp1ll: !

r million gallon year and still BrewIng. teqrct1ltJlltIi of the-1Hd....and of bo- with Ills great gospel .of doctor-tree head of' the latstttntlosi tfl Hoi. and'ir there was ever' one ounce _. .0 p .&I

Unless ;they had been I. tse malaatlnfactory. man life,determined to.have some sort forgiveness. It It Is not TatUJed thereIt -to 'fie" Ibese prevarlatlo.s-yen o/. _<1 bread or any other Ingredient p pereeut_ 10ne p 1'
I .'' It stands to rea_ there .t religion tIJ'.tem..pen41De and being can never give vs peace. It la not word.If different than our '.selected wheat and 160 $ soluble iotij* at
P would have bee.' no suck .steady. spent-in the service of r.llatoD.ln.tUu- the 'less sensitive consciences which I can &' Dpr you barley with a 411 tie salt Slid yeast need 40.40 per Matt'' as4'amaltiarbohydratea
growth, lu their like). 'TU same little doctor e use. lions 'their timrcbes. their missions. have borne the most unequivocal testimony in the 'm.ItIJJ.1Il Onipe-Nnts Mixed paint are neceaarlly cheaper We should deal as fairly' with these to tbe which God gives la dact email magazine !. which lose,tbe money. .- Tb. reat.worthy of '

than paint. of the hand-mixed kind because facts as we de with the facts which Christ Jesus peace But there should be neth- : there I* a department of "......... Our pate food factories are open atfit this . excellent ,:

they are made In a large way br convince us hat It Is natural for men Ing t* settle between your conscienceand te correspondents,** of the times to visitors, and thounauds tloo"cf protetd, mineral matters' ells '
,. machinery from material bought I* Ie have music that it tm natural for doctrine of salvation.V. are many pass through each mouthy Inspecting soluble! cr1rat.per i e -
1,'. large quantities by the manufacture men to express themselves and
,' They are necemarilr better than palate pleasure la the varied forms of art Nothing I* credited to ns which does being wrUtea j by the aforesaid doc Our factories are so clean that one acid.. "pNI ''4aaallpal :0,

.'. mixed by hand because they are wore that It Is. natural for men to eooeenthem..l. not belong t. n* in God sight Every I tor. could with good relisheat a meal hral a.. w. t

.tj finely, ? groutsand. more, thorougbiywixert.nd .... -with the rightand wrongof Item.which Justifies God lnEUswjrey; J!. fiats column some time age appeared from the tloora.Tbe . .. a , .
'; ':. / because there I* pens chanceof things abd of their own, lives ', : toward us not appear.Bat ne "- work people' both men sod'Iramen .* 'I a. ".'
may '
;. the raw' material In them being Bat fair dealing with the fact of religion ,scheme that could not pass'muster-withus .! the statement: ?Xe, we eaaot <' are 'df lire highest grade In the r. ...I1 <

Adulterated. No painter, however careful requires that we should recog: Itf oar dealing with men can represent I ....recommend: "tbe 'aile of'Gioa pe' State of Michigan, aud pveordlMg toth. complete food in vary
h* may be. can ever be sure tbat nise the limits tlons and the Inevitable the redemptlre_ wings ef God Nut, for It I* nothing but bread State-labor reports, are the-highest paid and riWj proportion and 10
, ,.G the material be buy are not adulterated Imperfection: of all the farms la which 1 lu the State for similar work. .
I with sinners The man wh And with gjae *e poured er It., Right Imllabl stat ','
but the large paint manufacturer* the religious aspirations of men find 'wlth God tbroaghJesus ChristJust < Let us tell yon exactly what yon will An. analysis'ptndeby'thimIy! "
; ,
c : ,doe know In every* cane because expression. It Is nothing to the diecredit peace believe that whatever safeguardIng then be showed his badge a*a memo see wbeu you inspect the manufacture : ,

'L ,, everything be buy goes-through the of rellgto If our best efforts to of righteofrepese-was necessary ftbetribe.f\Anaula; He of Grnpe-Nutj.; You will Gud'tremen. Government some Ume ago shows

."" chemista hand before be accept It embody It fall short of those visions of when God' mercy' set out t* save blm way have been .a member for sometime "' dous elevators"containing the cholceat urape-Nuts contains'nearly ten t.
"ii Of course' there are poor paint o* Its glory with which our. souls are has not-been neglected.But before and he bascaused wheat aud ,barl y possible to buy the digestible element contain** .
. ,
so f
tbe market (which are generally cheap'! blessed.., It hi no less a treasure because white need not fear that God These gralnaare| carried through'.long denary\ trettl.ana food, and .
'paints). So there t* poor flour poorcloth we these "lecturers" to descend late'the twice contained |.i
"I' we have It In earthen vessels' will offer' than ne'bas right conveyers to grinding mills, and there --
. ; bat because of. that u* more a of the tribe wherever tbey other food ; .
) poor soap Religious systesne are. confessedly 1m"perfect. to we need have on the other band n* wars converted Into flour Tlito". the machines eaalJ'R. '
'/o' do we ge backito i the baud-mllL-the Religions persons are full of make selection of the properiaantltles The Jaalalal. toevery -
fear of giving too much to Him If w* p
f K';, bsnd-loom and the _p-kettl. of the !faults But they exist. They are give aU."Weretbe. When the young lady ''la New, < of bls flour lu; the proper 'Uta p' l.ide! t.
backwoods? W. and
: No ne oar common facts And they are as good evidence proportion and these parts 'are blended _
9" _' ne In choosing good W* find out. of man's religions nature'as they are whole realm of nature mine, Tork pat the ""tron' on" 'te this Into a general flour'whlrb passes over Wa print this statement In o't

tb* reputation of the different brand of the imperfection all things bnmsn "10 That were a present far too ..m.lIAAJ.e ; "teacber" and_branded her right-we" to the big dough mixing macblues, there the public may know the N

, of flour cloth and op: w* take account But bow about our own religions na so amaxlBg so divine sent 10.00 to the girl: for her-pluckand water salt and a little yeast era added upon which .wtks>.our honor .
.,.'.." of the standing of the dealer tbat rare, yours and mine Have we been Demands my. onl. my life, my all. ; I' and the, dough kneaded the properlength will back It with any amount of monayVthat .
handles them w.. ..It our neighbor treating it fairly In 1870 George Ro bravery.SECOND. << of time.UtfwcmtlH't' any person or corporation' ww

:< So with palat; If the manufacturer baa manes,-a brilliant young British sclenItlst. J-.u_ Uvti*. I' that previous to.the bar. put up :" : '; _- : _
a good reputation. If tbe dealer I* re- : came .to the conclusionthat be ,.!' lei" having'been' ground It'was passed .%V ** to follow-some of the.*)'

"',- ponstbto.-'lf our neighbor bar badatlsfaction :bad no right to a ot\ or a God,, And Living -to escape trouble mailer 1*animal a poor - through about one hundred hour :of choice specimen of.the tribe,Of.Ar, l"1
: kind of existence. Tbe(
with It. that ought to be that It was his "obvious duty' to stifle PASTURE.. soaking lu water then pUced on warm alas ', .,
pretty good evidence tbat th* paint 1* In.the forests and mountain have to When hear 'a "'
if all belief" and to 'discipline his Intel door and slightly sprouted developing you "cooking kcnooiV
.all right Jed with regard to this matter Into an give a large share of their attention toavoiding Editor of ."Trade" paper kuowna Ibe dluatase In tue.Uirley,, wlil bbd'UaN I teacuer or any ether person assert that.'v
Many men of min t: many attitude of the purest skepticism.: "I arocera' tbe sturi-h In the grain halo a or Grape-Nut are
mad for another kind of life "Howare'
P' dwb'I..prepare4' many kinds, ; am not ashamed to confess," be wrote form of sugar of any tu., ,
b differ to his oe'ID.I.ata.
paints : called'out
may your a mann t.
f : ; ; brand '
don't the printed
'at'tbetlmeCfbatwath this vlrtuajnegatlen -4 ,we put. Now afterwe\ bare ,passed It IntodoMgh and a
la composition, tbe better ,. ;can'tcomnlaln."
considerably ;_
fClendln passng.--i"I(
..grade of them all agree pretty closely cf God the unlverse'to mebAi, was (the'ready> answer. -'-Poor fellow I ont!'.! is by any mean Only tbowrthaltrVaulr ,bas,teen (kueoUetllong say they ar mad. seed aa t .,t- '
; ;
lost its soul of lovellness"And h wasoppressed eduutfh. U I* < m by and address, also name of.
"' i1dtd JJa IJDe1'1IlItu'IUIJ
la results "AU lead t Rome he that h* .
cr reads The beat that could: say wa it Tjtfse'niember* of and If
by "the appalling COolr.atbetweea re about&ijtgbls4lodpt; . : .and. 0or wlto. t Inc t*.1 ,
t. >and the paint manufacturers,. starting was successfully dodging disaster for
'the hallowed\ glory of thai the tribe bare demanded tliut tre U Inches In diameter.' ItIs lull lulu a
.by different paths bave'all the same the moment! Tb present moment 'w .
i creed which mine and the -shape"for convenience lu that .wrong..quickly. . .
In ixcondcooklug.
was advertising their
ODC4t carry paper + ?
r object-to make the beet paint possibleto make the highest point of Joyous 'Our'business' ,
cell for the least money and *o apt :lonely' mystery" of existence as I now accomplishment cur lives have yet and when we do not and.if .A Jlttle Jess than '111. ,-eat'IOIIu. are sliced by ducted on high a ,,
ture end keep the trade. twenty known. .God tmeana-that It-should. Institute campaign'of ). machinery 1.
tb/1 a as w are capable of and ''
becam.'OII1'ID slices
jars'later George .acu aae. mid the placed on.wjr IclllPlc
t: .There I* scarcely any other article of Wetbave more to be thankful fortoday w.
slander clear tb. of
vituperation prlutlug propose -to dwck. these
that In
< In seeking to deal unflinchingly trays.tbewi try. tunpluecdou pr-i
general us on the market to-day'that- than''.before since we or-th
," can be bought,wltb anything IIlk..h.f. with 'facl'a of..physical world came tnto.being.. Even our tin- from""'tlm* Jo time ..manufacturedslura grrst-steel.ttt..ka.and rolliMt Into the .rlc.ton aid tiarawbeestlr-.aD.
if of seed he bad Ignored the most significant 'aa'< fostuai or.I OrapiNutaWhen' secondary ovens each perhaps T5 or 8O wherever they can be fO. . .1.I '
assurance getting your 'mon r. conscious habit of peech wllllndUat, .
(f., 'of all facts,' the > most directly feet loug. Tber tbe food I* subjectedto Attention 1 I. again .* ,
worth a* the established brand of prepared this It we are living abundantly they 'go far enough we .t .
sad broad Invitation
(. known, the most completely' attested ofall a long; low beat and the starch el to ,
paintTh* paint you buy todayanynot our, legal force at work and hale been go through car works where wmVbe
niedlelne. facts, the facts of his own religious .. whlh-bas'not heretofore transformed tel
like certain
be a patent '
).,['\ .,."th. same a* loa' ba.* *lway*, nature. He came to-recognise- that USa 0...'. Car*. them to the Judge to answer.' it is turned into a form of sugar, shown the most minute p. .

Mt .bought"- but If not It. will be because "reasonable to be a Christian b llev People talk about special .prod.. the pace baa .been Lot wuongb 'to' generally' known as Post Sugar It can device InTorder that they, 1Dd '
-"th* manufacturer baa found a way of er.'.' Before his untimely death be had dence I believe-in providence*, but throw somrof these'''csttle'over' IMP seen glistening ou the granule' of stand bow pure and clean and' wbol.?

t."l,. giving a better ,article for your returned "to that full'deliberate communion not in the specialty. I do not believe ; outheir'back I Urape.Nut* If' held toward the light ymie Orape ata and Ptum.r ?
yon and so making sure of your with the church of Jesus Christ that God lets the thread of my affair *, reef tied and 'b4Il|iunr' and tills sugar I* 'not poured-over or TherO .u'old;** | -- i

t' 'n money it.order. P. U. which be bad for so many ';years been go for six day, and on the seventh 1uf"doyou think we should be, put oil lb. food a* these prevaricator uess ml.that there I* some chance t*>.'
ronscienUously compelled 'to forego." evening take it up for a moment -The- blamed?< They'gambol around with "icnoraptly assertOn the evntrnry tbe train tol. but there I* BO room to a i
Given -thelr choice between life la In the multitude of bis,thoughts with o-called 'specW'4provldencet"are: no ,xasr exudes from the Interior of eachlittlegrannie' liar; for you Oerer can tel .J/
y; .A factory town >*nd.\ ajhom* on Jtb* In i him he hadj secured-a 1 exception to the raler-thcy common :taU*.bald high and' Jumpstiff \W'gs'gd I dnrtug the roc.-. of are,,end w* hereby serv : +_.

:", prairie In the' mot fertile'spot lath for bin coal i>! 1. .v' .., :- to.all men ,t all, momenta"''liut it 1* '.with '.'..,, "'cTM.-y! ,.ri alr'H-lili[ *,. ni4t turn-and.remluda'oue' of tbeJmlf'wblt Ibe'tnemben of this aDeet.ttb.*jrU9

.; West,' and the majority. .of operatives ' Our dlmcultl.."'10.'"'DOt be hip"butwe ;! fact tbac-Qod' car I. .more evident In they have full rlpnge; but r3u. tu. pnrtlcle of sugar that ron' e. Ananl..tb.t. they, .
d declare the .Christian Register ..' have .them. The things which some -instances of'It than in other,'to-- I I rope t.thtoao'ovet"lheps; rffs dif out oa'lae end 'ot a hickory-log'after. eealllpg 'Ia otbriine-bat wbsppetforthrlbHrile. th-; "
make: It bard for as to secure our souls the dim and often bewildered vision of ,. It baa >>een ,**weU off and allowed to *' about,Ori>*.-Ifufa
-, ;will vote for;' llf*' In tho fa )' their chance maybe- ..verydifferent : hmmanlty., Upon such instance men .. ferent. -- ,\ taOd for a length of time. ,- '.... etgntiPwtum.'we pt.air* then*san

tory.'town.: because the)' fled there from the things which made'It bard else and call them providences: It Is ''Should! we 'nntle them because This Past sugar I ta the mot digestible < pPDWt> t .t a* .' i

things they Jlk. which they could not for him. Scientific men ef today have well that: they can,. bat It, would be they bleat soft and low? Or should fo.d.known for boinmi a... It I* "
find .na vllKs.Cirhi'ths : lees! to make them feel as tbe seemingly gloriously better if they could believe tth. Iron' that : The New- York girt wIeeW **J*JBB|
? put on. so .people
In Its
F aountry triumphant materiallyjof the MY"Clott.a > '' We ; so perfect adaptability that mothers It a person would II* about '
bat the bole matter Is. one grasd, O
will know the brandT wltb-very young Infants will pour brand
made Romanes feel about '
young tie wh 4au.
i A:**. = having a God and a soul: Bat oar dlfflcnltlea providence--George MscQonald. Lars,keep them la this pasture, a little warm milk over* two or three ly .:; ,

sr 'The that ***kt seclusion t..bas may be of another class) entire anyhow. \i' spoonfuls of Gnpe..Nol..lba. washing .Keep year Iron ready *nT : ,
? ; 11.: Perhaps they are far less creditable I AU W. Maq.D.: ., i 1. the sugar off' from (Ii. grsnniea' and "maverick whenever,ysj tat thBi

nlt-ag). to oar' Intellectual sincerity.--less Tbe discipline which we choo*' for carryingt. with .Ibe milk to the. .bottom running_loose' J ' -> - ?
e AB iBdlvlduat ageHpenon-age( ). i tb .
creditable. own moral purpose .vU ourselves doe not destroy our self-lov .
t Th* ag*,that.sheIIs the.pssadh.r'Ip.r.on&g. Inclinations and the multiplied opportunities like that which God aasi ns us Himself ( '
.). for gratifying them that makeIt each day. All w* have to do 1* to give ; e'I 'Jf rep a' ''i ason'ttor F:
'This ag.. attr a.,.D01.d'''.,*c4nUtglv I bard for their souls to get fair bear ourselves up to God day by day, without I "J, : '. ,

*. good fdi('ground*" (paaturf. tag' TTne last of the flesh,'the/ last of ,looking further.' H* cap-le* u laHi '" / : '. 'f. ; t'"
i - the eye-and the pride of life are not of arma-aa.a, loving-matter;earrt** ; ( ,.
::1- : sag's>r+1 the,Father." John tells na. Bat some her child.. In every need let n* look -- "- L !_. 1$
beCdtc'patho.atg.). ;
..Th* agehst\ I thing more'3 i ..true They out-Uerod with, Jon' and trust to oar heavenly I ape.Q..ana

f ..,,. n t I' ,The *gtH t.,'-sends. ,one ra' :a ,,tour [Herod la. their conspiracy against .what rtbt> rrancoU dU Mctna r en.loa, : I !e"-.t" .
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To tile Voter* :of O.osols CoMnty.'

i I......./ announce raxeelf a candidate for Representative
1, ,,V Its'' liuLWtaritIt' la the......t....from this county, eubieetto Summer
th..pvraoh/a. DamceraU. prtmartea,,
. and ak tha aupport at tha elUaan*of th. countMy ;-. G9o.ds' .
dutla will not permit... active_pal,... a.d
>.Mttor Mi Freprictor.Botif ..... ehortnea of u.... before.....election will -pn.- '
t *...t m.from aeetna:all th. people personally. I
attt awe. offloOf teal deeply ..-ateIul for the aeeuianne*ot: aupport "
........ .. ,
r regularly. '1 have .s.and trust that you will r. that 1 L .
""worthar hoeord --'
J ISMuHUM l. Itiailumew.r la.', > :ytUlU'. N.!T'BRYAN.For I','
i nail tuur., U'j . "

SUBSCRIPTION BATESJ- Heprvftentame.nnounoa .

.on.r..r .....,??,,;. ., "M'44.t1.e0 I her by. mira.lfa. a eandldiU for ,
'''' .
O.Pf esPytbm month*,, ., ..... .t6 nomination for Re the, loclnlaturefrom .:' .
OaMola county .ubJectl the action of the .... : 0._ ." t-
elected IIIed. '
appraaehlnv Democratic prinuirT. If '
/, ..Friday, April 20. 1MM.In ..tItV best.trorta I" behalf. of th. people ofUUioounty. : ,
; : --.I' .
.f-- :1 Arthur E. Donwmn.For : '. -
RefrigeratorsFreezers -.I "
''f :order W?Lie their names print Tax Collector;: r - :, 'i'i,7: : ::1. , '\ ' :''. ,,,,,, ,e' '
td op tbe ballots'for the primary elec'tle -. To t1I.-OicMlaeounty:1 ';:"' 't.,...;.. < :', ,i<"lnh"v.II''I.-I.( '; ,,.J, 1,;,' ,'
( rii ; .
I candidate for the offio.of Tae oll.esonand II'. 1 0 '
am a : '
Mndldaies for offloes mutt '
q ffj .
ratpMLfiillr aollclt au port In the p. : .
your ,
.' 1 tfcelr fees anr1- ,..e'tbelr applications : f'
p j y pro htn,primary : ; : '
with the. chairman' of the county d. U: fc d,. .. ,:
: ,
s4? committee ,on. or before. Thursday.April For: Coauty Treasurer. .
2Uth. .
To the voter of Owwla' eohnty :
.t' if i.i S3 I hereby announce mywlr a eandHaU-: wr "
..Hr'WaUey: l Simmons' ,1 f.:announced election tlMame.County TrMauivr.; subject. Coolers" 'I ,
a.1 "
to.Uoa of the DmooraUe prhnsrle} : '
1 as 'a oendldate for Member of the J7 Rcnbnarr: - '" .
;t 1\. Board of Public Instruction from the { : .
\\I:l'' "third.Districts Mr. Simmons bas been For County CommlAaloner. '
M% resident. of the county for number hOT.br__.....niyiwlf' aeandld.UforCounty .II, " ,' ", '
jf of,'....* and Is fulticapable of filling CommlMlonn-the Third Dlitrkl., In b.voted : . .

|;:f j. 'f.i[. the office to which, be aspires. for at the primary 8. gtratton. , \ :: : . "" '
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For County Commissioner,, Canopies iiV, .- .:, "', ;:; : .
'. : Sanford :
.Orlando and are:' now. eon 'f. herabr' announce myself a candid. for 1 "' /, .''''' CARSON ,, ,
R noted by .automobile. .serTlo A Court C mml aloner fur dlatrlat No. I, subject to " ;'i. :. ; h .- ,':, "fs,7tr:, "j..'"
larire. machine with .vocommodatlons the Democratic primary;fo be held Mey 16th. .' -1" v' i' .': :,t.
Waives BAM SB. ,I.V ,"
for twenty passengers makes the roundtrip : ;: "

every day le..ytnlfOrlando In the For, Tax Collector Hammocks: : : : >: .: .: .

i 'taoroIngand 'oonnecLing with the St, T; announce myself;. candidate. for the : '
JTobne er'boau' tore Jacksonville. oelev of Tax Collaetorof OManla _..t,. subject .. GRAVES .
This la one of the practical results'of to the action of the Demoo atie primary to be held .

''ba.taraO! roads. !f there. was u'ffood MQ 16th. __ H. N. BRATTON.For ".
hard road 'from here to. Orlando .
Baseball Goods
thiseervlce would doubtless be Tax Anaeaaor.Thanklivr ;
otto .
.Dde4. Killimmee.ier th e p op> for peat f......... I herbynnouno. HARDWARE COMPANY
1 ..
myself a candidate ra- to 'I
.office of Tat AMWMOT of Oimola fu bJwt -
\ 'voter should read and ponder ;to the action of the Democratic: .Primary. If i
.Itod l I pledge a faithful duichanra of my dutia
the svdresiof Col.Thos.J. Appleyard to the _pia. .. U OY&UTun.: -
.wblcb appears In this paper It I. a .-
.{ \iiaoll.; straightforward presentationof For County Commissioner, Baby.Carriages :
bis claim and should win him m nyyot.ea' ; At the..solicitation of my many friend...I herebyannoune. I '
.' myself a candidate for the office of :
Being well acquainted will County Commuwkmvr from District No. .. and ao. : i
a 'Col. Appleyard and greatly. attached'to \belt the.ur--of the Democratic voter of Oaeaola -
biro) this. editor feels a sincere In. _Dtr.; W. A.TMOMia. j ,

t.ere.t.lo his candidacy and hopes that. .
Commissioner .
1Ie'' win Indeed his 1-or Connty BIG ,... '
may prospects are LINE ". .
o very flattering as be bas warm friends mluioner_I am a candidate from Diatriet for th.No.offlo 4. and of would County raapaetfully Com-- .... .1- . .' ... j

; 'in every bounty of the State and they solicit:: the support of the 'Democratic vows . . '.
will do all they can for' him,-Punta of th.eounty at the approaching primarieii. \
t. Oorda Herald. A _W. R. GODWIN. .

: . I For Couaty Commissioner. Harness and .
Tbe editor who'can please'everyone 'To the Voter of Oaeeola County') Saddlesr l .J
Is not fit for this world but Is entitled. At the aollcltatian. of my' friend. I hereby announce I.
''to win '''Human is myself candidate for the offlo of County' t
It. nature con.t.ruct.-j Commissioner for the Fifth District subject to the
"'ed sott at s-me .like, scandal, some Democratic primary to be held on May 15th. 19M.
'don't; some like the truth told abouL 1 pledge wand administer th. duties' of said nilgadcilu
them"bthers don'U1 Some like to take omoe in Impartial manner to" tha beat of
tnyabaty.; Reatfull"
w' 'the paper for seven or eight. years aDd II a. H. WALKER. !
never' miss an issue or pay a. cent and ..

NRet mad.and :stop their paper when for County Comtuls'sloner.I Ac. I & khRuaAutits<1a6tBeaAe.Ae.Ne BttAettStaAr At.AreAea leMrN WN11M1Ma "'-- "" "'-- ""' '''''''' #

n shev'getiststmientof: their. account; I h......" announce candidacy for the '011I... ;;
others don't.' hi I Is some consolation to of County Vomm__my. to represent DUtrict No., South Stables t. i C, A. CARSON, ......4..': N. C. BRYAN, Seocetary.' i. .J
;:know that the Lord himself failed tot t, subject to the'action of the Democratic primary.' 1 Sunny .
I reapeetf ullr solicit the support of the Demo
earth.-tlalrle.vU I _tie voter:of Oaeaola eounty. ======== 07 I=C OS ======

,'Pi\itksNew.i c'' ; Mrs/ John D.'Stetson. T6r' County a.OomtolsslotieK; 4 j.). t .. ,,!. LIVERY t I' &: I. j

has offered to give -stetson. Ufiifervlty, I Oommliieitfner i hereby announce fo*.Dtet.myself No. aubject a candidate\ terthe!or County action 4 4t i FEED Waters Carson' Grocery Coo

,.DeLeod"a1OOtoo') In cash provided the of the .' If : -; -
,preeegIbo.rtl of i trustees would all t.lthfu1-' rt.manMeof e dutl_afhe ice. S 'T' rw : and )
resign and permit the oriranlsatlon of W,H. MANN. 'V r
I t..: .... .
o .'.sa whovoted.<
:Qooatderedtheir service of j more hereby announce myaalf a candidate for at era- STABLE
; bar W the School Board f rom Diatrlct No. a. aub- ,
rvetue'thttnmere'vulga<< money were: jest to the action of the Democratic primary. ' +--- : :. :,
.',W':; Semirings,'John F. Forbes, D. W. W. CHANDLER.For . 4t $ 1'/'
_! UFl.t.cber. B.F.Camp, W.U. Stewart, )4 :__. :.
.L.B. -ablou 08_ and W..A.' Hobson Couety Commissioner. .. i $

,.voted.a-en' te la> ri.4 alb. -; Fifteen others secure trustees this. ., I'an_. _' myself District, \'a''' anbidate'forCounty No. t and r*. . BROA'DW ,'',OPPOSITE. POSTOFFICE, .' ,,,, :. CRATES': t I,

VTM..S .f and pecUully' solicit the,. upport of th. Democratic : .d : sslm'e ," ; T'.a.
absent and voter 01 the ; t P1ioao:102." ;: ; .. K :. . ; .
,I .oe other "trustee< was 00&.1NJIoedn" I nlJl'a.8.ACRES; ,, '. ; . ; $. A'"< N., .. ." '1--.V,: '.' Clreatarw ana Pricesl .
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-tf+.. Taal' For Member of School Board.To J rAU, Kinds Hauling.. 'Florida.ATLANTIC' $ ./ I" F.raieked Appllc.llo.. ;:;llHIDES'FURS ;'\ }
On aooouat of a'mliapprehenston' In the.voter of Oaeeola county;
'. ha.c..U for primary,elections promulgated I hereby announce m,....!a candidate for Mem. i '
oar of ties Board of Public In.traction for District '
by tbe. Stale pemocratla Exe- No. .. and If elected I pledge a faithful and impartial _._ _, ._ , _.'
-- --- - -- -- - - -- WOOL
puttee. Committee the time for qualify admlnlatratioa of the duties of sold 011I.... : '
tog as candidates for the State Senate WAL8KY SIMMON COAST LINE *
__ and legislature. bas been extended to '"_. -- . - o CO'untr'; '
April 2ttth," the same time allowed Produce e epe'Cie.ltY: 1
p,.' county candidates In which to quality.A. j ja..J. .. W, SIMPSON
....wlutlontolht.eReotwas'' passed THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA katrNaltiWA'I\
by.tbe State Committee 'session at 'DENTIST. """"' ''''''"'''''''''' '''"' N ..1

.laokIOQ'UleGO Tuesday; last,, and ,- .
Office over Oaoeola Pharmacy:. 6CNNEOTIO"'S.'
,>was made necessary by the fact that. I
t >> 9 &., to 12 i
'the original call was confusing,- and: OFFICB I10tTRS: m. -
M a ooDsequenoe a number of candidates r 1:30 tp,6:30 p. m. To East Over its pwn Rails to, Savannah. Charleston,,

for iheee'offices throughout thee Telephone.No.. 76 .t .Jun fi.,. Ivr. the Richmond and Washington, thence. Via. Pennsylvania -
estate would have been excluded: from : I : '
Railway. -
the tloket.. ALL IT OUi? .J.Jsays
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I :_ p. A. VANS: AGNEW, To' West (Via Montgomery and Louisville; & Nash.iUethe

r t Always Cures.-= .. .. '" l
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.. and "Dixle Flyer Route" Via Atlanta.
| ATTORNEY, AT'LAw...,.... I to many of his lady patients, because he doesn't ,.
JTo> cure disease 1 a r remedy must. meet I ."1-
'* I NOTARY PUBLIC To Via Savannah & Ocean Sl amHhlp Company foi
AND know
h : 6f medicinal treatment that Will
any positively womb
the requirements of the !general system EastVia New York Philadelphia and Boston, via Norfolk cure or.
,: r Haggard's. SPt"CUloT.bletl do this and KISS1IM ;E. FLA- the Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore ovarian troubles except the surgeon's knife. .,

"l't cure. lodilleatioor Constipation, Nervou > : . via Savannah and Merchant and Miners 'Transportation That such a medicine exists, however,.has been proved by the
do"rl' and Bladdertroubles Steamship. Co., .for Baltimore and Philadelphia.m Wonderful cures' performed on diseased women
,", ,, ) ,..Lost vitality, and all kindred J BM.7Wrw&oN:,, JR., u : cases thousand of
1, 11?,. building up the entire Key West and '' Via Peninsular 5t Occidental SteatshipHavana.
\, ..fsteoD.'rbA various. structuresare _. s( }JfoTARV' PUBLIC... ) I Company. byWINE
braced up and re-inlorced. by theM. \ STATE AT LARGE. y
'. v tablets and.the organs are excited tohea'ItUr Real Estate r Route of the celebrated train. New Ynrk, A Florl.-tlpec1.\r..orI4., \ and West In.tu
''Po''I functional action. Send for : ; \ Agent. Limited, Chlc.go Florid Limited,and Dlxte Flyer : CARDUI I.
r bpolCrOf, particulars, and wonderfuHourta. MSSIMMEE. FLORIDA
t .
"Price pe!,,box; SOceuU.'. If'your ," Quickest, Schedules, Superior Service. OF
C ducririst caopot supply you they will T. M. RIVERS; M. u. ,
be mailed upon.receipt' vt price prepaidAddresr. ; .Physician' and 8arrieoa.WITH 1 For Information M to........ schedules, eu C consult t.b. Purple Folder,or.rommpnlcaiewet "
,JJagxsrd. Specific Co., r XISSIMMEB.DRCO COMrA tT.PROF .' T rr! i..Q. Jl:1: ItI.AND. Dlrlilon P..eDI'OP! Agent r.mpal"1. Woman's Relief
) d ... '1'W.J. CBAIO. Puwtivrtr Trantn Maa....' wiimlnrton.' N. C
_ ; ,, 4\Jaal.ll.(. u . .' .. 1I .+.'f117t: Ill <".*'li .....,- ,.
( ".."',1. .'. 1 .' ,IU..I..... ...... '- -
';',10 J F,Q'Berry. . . , It has saved the lives of thousands: of 'weak sick women and

At, 'IIIDSIMMES Flea,. 'DR.. LESLEY'W.' ;'WEEDON.. w ;[ M KINSOjCOMPANY has rescued thpusands of others from a melancholy lifetime of

Der81ril:; <( Vo'u'ptdit( iwo houses 1, ' chronic Invalidism. .It will cure you. If you will only give It a chance. .

,. slikq.ttfitwodUrerpntpalnssodone'takes! w. "aPacuuaT'. . i ... Sold at every drug. store In. $1.00 bottles Try It. ...

twice a.,muoh i paint a. tbe otheryouinow'ir6lch ,,1T.. .AR. NO8V' AND THROAT' AGENTS FOR 'I r

,.;" 'paint' .t.1.b.Ul: 'after PrivItdHoepltsl'American. : National( WKITI US A LETTER GAVE UP SOFrOKTER ..1

'..j 4 'thin' =,'..oia.a., .' Qo-feERopi-dos', : ", '. .Bid. g Tampa.. Fla. freely and frankly, la strictest enii"I\ wore s .
_ ..; " ., Florida Fertilizer Company supporter for years, for
,., Jt:...'Iou?. ;;t. J Mjnnfactaring. dens all y wogsb'which hd crowded every
',, vOf telling us your troubles. .
i i d Oo.of tbe.e paints Is Devoe; 'the : thing dowrt before It.writes M... S.J.

'. J'" 'other Utany" paint, Tbe worst,. Workingwomen; .: , 4 6AlME",VILLS; FLA'1Ntakers ,.. W. will send Free Ad vice (In plain oinof MannavlUe. N.Y. "|suf ..
,a'alRGYe than that.; the'better are not. paid envelope). Address: Ladle' fend untold misery and could Urtly
I .1 of .6rtide. Fertilizers I Dent. The walk. After taking Cardul I c.v* up
High Advisory ChatUnoogs'Medldn ,
'v1, lBjncfe.fbctter;' BO-' ether;: palnu than 1 ;E .., appporter and can now be oo '
D TO* It anywhere, Maf..: De 'I'llo-.t k' ' *_Co., fA.noot..T8IUI.! feet.half tdayatattm. *.!'

4: \fahDevoe:; ; 1..1r rolurth.rj; the test: are ,,2' ,rno- valoe theirS' . of X111 Kinds. ,. "
health '
.r gt ort.d.cllolr} valid! 'gothrewe ; ''V 'akouldtaUHagganTs % >_ .- .' f
: Your truly "*.. I
lqr" .Pert "t'
Tree I
. '' jO'1'I1'' I"WI' '. : '. .Orange, litersaSpecialty..,
C' (Co Specific. Always Remember 'the FuH Name' )

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,l. ; : 'ika; old, .5.I.i. ; (tail U-" ,. {ell Q'\1. : a.nt e < '
Otto whai you do 'todQ" data Cruiilinatina.. W -' ,t Ikaxative '
1.11 0 1 buying; 'bottle.?of,JB.1- y....... N.-a Debiay: ICidae f sad .traeUesad 1 I .. -I' ... .. Nice ottle.. 1 ." . ;'B roQUinInC$ ;
.4 .M.Uauneoit.rbea ,batpsla IIIAcIcIc T .. aU t'ab d .....:: ,. t' .
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I won't, have ,.buy. boa ;n.r a vii M to UU op DM Uakh. .... .t' r j t.. '''.01\\. :. ,

y., 'positive: *any,aura top, flbeu- .:I F. Ptlw .bmta4f ... s..,.... ,,.;.... -. j I ..:..."f -II' j r j r ,. _.' """"' .. ' _. ....... ...., '. ';Cww Cold in One .' .
BUi' a.I CuI. 'Sprains; Con'' .......... . ISotfS' r 1" ; Day;:Grip inTWo.J. '
>>oaolee,.etc.-.Tr.B.:wham, .. .,.... a ". t!.KaaU bamed iltY. T .. .
? _. Art, wrltesr*'! r wish LoPIMa' .Viintna, WiO.r ..fiI.| bbkb. eaaia R7v'R5 " '. "J. ,.. ..
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.'Utafc' tarmVlJtllA Di> *..u.-o WffITTE&: : f. 4 ...... ', .
fot' tbe rood reWha' I .. w ipK| ' 1t ...'H 1'i' jia 500 per boa#M. taMJf Watt aM wet P .' _ :. : : ,.. .. . !. % ...... .,...,..'' ,, ;. ./

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The Kli&lmaeg; Vattea Oazeitc i r---Try's, shave .or. o .lr- ut, M:'the' new. Trades white boon' suits. M k.. ...j "i_ ; x,

barber chop, >r.rBr r All kinds 'of' picture' moulding at
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TYLBPNOH NO.1U: *' M barf ftlris In wttlow tohfclrs' a 4 .Tbomp.oo'., Nobby Line :of SHIRTS atDaDOj s

',1"U rn ItUI.n'',..KTKBY: Yie1DA1l.. Thompson's.\ ," New line of straw pats ready for Inspection .

'"' d. M ARPIlO.Otflclal ,t MOO worth of crockery for ssi atcost. at KaUs.. ,"-' J& ,. ... .

W... Nice line of picture) moulding and . -.. -
.BUCJJB.; Hdj Cov 4 f ...
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. mate Just arrived.. J. W. Thompson \\1. .
...'her q.port..Artae. New lloe of up-to- .. .....' icll" Just Arrived M. KAocer A Co's. We have complete line'of shoes
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'womenand ,
.. .. for men, children.Kan', a"... .ouare, Invited "
War SI. IK*
.11111. : >
See'my (took of moulding, and pet. nerds; Co. t : :

r prices before bar loir your pictures I have moved my carpenter shop ". I "
;&.. Nag. I I. roll. framed. C. U, FOUNTAIN.. ,
....-, .::.::.. to the Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. '01 .
'Mew line of Washable .oc Co' C, II. Fountain i .,., h

1 ....'.".14..1...rd...,.......... lit 83 ee M' f II Silk Waists.just arrived. aL.DDer Skirts dCo.'s Married at the home of the bride's #W ; :t eall: ,andInspect. ,

...da' .......... 112 t 6\ to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uronson t .
Monde .... .,... 110 110 yesterday. afternoon at 6 o'clock. Miss r I .f .. ,
Tund..1. ........... HI 7.. 110"/ The City Bakery )I. agent: for the I, Blond, Bronson to Mr. M. P. :::Slade r '
.""" a White Star Lauodl' libe best lntbe"State. .
rb.........7u... 7' Judge L. A. :Minx officiating. '
... The two Tear old son of Mr. and .
.. J. A. SIMPHON. P. H. Irdle..lf, you reed a nice jtntner Mrs. Perry Jernlgan of Hegborn li .

shirtwaist we have a complete lpe. died here, last Saturday and was i?
for l Insertion sdverUsemeats
Our rates
Kaoner and Co. burled on Sunday. The child bad '

this page among I U, ten the cents..reading per line matteron each insertion. down Mr. 3) C. n.../' l' Orlando ,came been treatment brought few to days town before for Its medical death.In . Agents for ,Menu's 'Coat Shirf.t . ;

yesterday afternoon for a .abort .
this iksue. publish the announcement .. t
,, visit to,friends here.: we
of .Mr. .C. S: Acree as a 1 1I
000000t : D'. P. Phillips, tbe orange king of candidate. fur county commissionerfrom

Orange county wa here Wednesday, District No. 2. Mr, Agree Is a "

THE LOCAL fiELD. i ii Keen.accompanied. by his foreman,,' Mr.' former member of the Board in which I WHERE YOU H18 GOODS '

position he was ever alert to-the interests I DAMN'S

Candidates. can secure application\ and welfare of the county. LIKE TO TRADE' I ALWIYAll .

blank by applying to Maj. T. M. Messrs. J. R. Graves !Sr.: : and Jno.L. .I : r

Wade the Tuner, Orlando. LILaoe Murjrhy, Chairman of the county Overstreet carried, Walter MoLaughlln .-
Orlando yesterday the
collar. at Kanner & Co. Ml** Mltcheltree, of Indiana, who morning train and placed him In Dr
'has been visiting her. friend Miss Harris's !Sanatorium: for:'treatment.

Fewer gallons; weetrs,longer; Devoe Emma Morgan for the (I.efew .week. He
White Star Laundry-Cmr BAKERY left for her home on. the morning inflammatory rheumatism. the next 30 days at unheard of"prices '. '
train Wednesday, Dr. F G.; Thomason returned yesterday to make room for, my large Spring $ '

See our llne'of- new CO 'cant shirts" ;. at Mr*. R. T. Butler, of KI..lmmee'l. morning .from New Orleans, stock. Now Is the time' to get bar Clearance Sale: '3 3f

Katz pending today la Orlando lookingfor where he bad been for the past. month gains., H.. C. /j5T NFURD. .

Mrs McLean of Dartow. Is visitingMrs. a suitable house as abe wants to taking a pot gr.duateopuree In media Story tt Warden Is the firm name ofa "

..C...A. Carson. U ore to Orlando) to. be with Mr (But cine, preparatory to entering his new new business recently opened up inKs

Fop ''.U kinds oalpenwr'repairlog' ler.-Reporter-Star, field.; of practice at.Houston, Tex. He ) ..)mmee. They are running a fruit Is
will "about a month. <" In Jt Mr- Will-
stand and restaurant
I see O. IL't'ountaln.Di Mr. W. A. McCool arrived from .
y, Beaver Falls,'Pa., Monday nlffht. to In this Issue will be found the announcement 'on Jr's. building next to his office. ALL, WQOLEM' DRESS OOODS !must be e dJ: .
and ask for
Call and see our roods The parties composing the firm recent .
spend a vacation at his fiDe grove at of Mr. W. W. Chandler,
prices.. Kanner & Co. Steer: Beaob and enjoy the flne flshlnir of Saslnger. as a candidate for memo ly moved here and are from Tennessee. regardless previous selling .prices:: t., .

All kinds of pictures framed to order 'in the waters thereabouts.. . her of the School Board fromtbe third Messrs Manly? and Hopkins, represen- .

at Thompson's. Rev David Kldd. will hold servicesIn District. Mr. Chandler formerly ]held ing the Wilhelm Banking Association -
this position and made a good recordas where in
Gst town
of. Atlanta ;
and Mrs. J W. the Episcopal church next Sueday.
Born to Mr. Oliver. '
member of the board.The '
April 14 a daughter MoralDir Prayer, The Litany and a yesterday looking over the situation. MEN'S', '' WINTER CLOTHING will be sold NIth
sermon at 10.30. The children's service W C. T. U, will bold its regular with a view to establishing another
Smoke Key West Havana.'Lbe'be.i. will\ be held In the afternoon 'at 3.30. business Mr. U. C. bank here. The Association has recently out regard for Its fIrst'cost to us, ,
60 Cigar on the market. Lee's home Wednesday. April 2a' 3 established a new bank in
Mr. Harry Thurman who came down Orlando and have arranged for one In Ft
All woolen dress goods will be sold m. Very Interesting. well as very
From Germantown, Pa., to spa'dKaittrjUiere p. Hanford. They, bow control about ,
Stanford's. important,business la to come before ,
i regardless I cost at returned home Tuesday.Mr. the all the members seventy banks in the Sruth ., 4.

Buy the Pennant Pants. We' guar'intee : Thurman thinks be may be down urged.suelet.y..o In be present .PRESIDENT.are AU of our Winter'Goods MUST BEt"'SOLD to, make room'to"'' '
'' pair. Kane & Co. again during the summer. Mqtice.,, .
Cot. J. W.: Oliver has been appoint Sprint. woods,. of whichwe. will show a fine stocky. I
Sheriff J. II. Vtck, of Orlando was Miss Llllte Vardeman, of Sparta, el by Gpv. Broward. County. Surveyor To the Tax: Payers of Osceola County;: + HIf.
In towu Monday on official business. Oa., who has been vlslliatr her sister, 01 Osceola oounL .. In the I Wit to inform you that on the nthday r
'I Mrs. It'. Mlddlebrooks. left yesterdayfor of April, .1900, I received from H.1, STANFORD. 1:1\: a
work of bulldlnaIohe roadsit
Phone 1(16 and Q'etr.: your bottle ton: new county
short notice. Free phone" Miller' J Jacksonville where she will spenda nas been found that the services ofa the Hon A. C. Croom' comptroller Board;: THE, ORIOINATOII' 0. ...OW loss. 'N KsaaauMt.: .
few days before returning home.' sometime neoessarv, copy of resolutions passed by .
surveyor is
:stable.. We are requested by Mr. and Mrs.Perry and to help the. good work along Col.; of Drainage Commissioners( permitting to- r ..
Mr. and Mr. Oeo. Sail Ivan, of Jernlftub to ext.eod't.belr. sincere Oliver has kindly consented to accept me t) accept Lb state and county ., ..
Eau Ottllle are visiting friends la and Jieartfell thanks to those kind the position.Mr. taxes proper,and for the'preseni'to' '4

town friends who assisted them In the re- suspend the collection of the dralnaee I
and Mrs H. C. Chapman, nurse tax awaiting result*. of suits now -
N-pw sickness and death of their baby.
line of men's shlrls cuff* attached oent .
and children JplTueeda)' for New fending. This notice will be of particular __ __i i
and 'detached-just arrived at Don't forget the!! lawn party Friday York city where they will spend Interest to property-holders in .
AC': ioR. LB.: N.; : .
A Co .. JOHN M. B. CoN,
,Kanner . afternoon and e".nlng-o': April 27th. about three weeks : rore going on to of Basslnger. .
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Party holding ticket 814 golden Everyone should feel an Interest In the their summer hotel, Fenwlck' Hall in W. B MXTCIN8ON, Collector. *.14..t., Vlee-PrUsit... : !n Ceili.. i,

!i, rod (color win bat rack at Knit's. Hart. Memorial Building and come Connecticut Mrs. k7:J. Chapman and By'A. E DONBQAN.! >e uLl Collector" I'C
.f1I' Come!' and Ret it. out and help swell the funds for this Mrs Ray will\ leave la about two weeks State ,Bank ,of Klssimttiee,, '
noble work to join (pew.Bavioq.oldmy.. Low Rates to' Chattaaoosa' Tear ,
Kanner & Co. the leaders la low ; Klssimtnee : Fia. W"tw
business and RetufitOn '
I Miss Dorothy Cloves, who has been livery to
prices, are getting 'In new, summer spending I the winter here with Mrs. C. Messrs. Ingram & Gilbert. desire to eoount of u.. suBaptat'! Con itioo F *-l' .. -IoJ /i r t i

J ood*,every dan I W Dunn left Monday for her home In txtend my sincere thanks to the pabllo the Attend Cokt Un RaOnwl wtp *.!! tiduU PAID UP.CAPITAL..,.."".
Sheriff J. M. Walker left Monday 'Chicago.: Miss Cloyes made many For the liberal patronage which has to Chattanwwm .nd. nturn *t OM far, plea Uocnta. I LIABIUTY..... ,. ... .BO ,
for Lake Okeechobee and Fort .MyersOn Friends while here who hope to see been accorded me while conductingthe tar u.. round trip. ,Ttokcu on Ml May > 000'OO ?

,r1. Official! business.,, ..,: lieI' return next season, business, and to solicit a contln ..... Sth and, 'leak with toil limit tae dam torn -DEPOSITORS' SECURITY ..(... M,:;:. IOO OOO OO, R
bane of same for my. successors. I dm'.of..!.., FInal Umlt to Jure kUk can b* had '
All kinds of. Torchon and Allover e'Mr. Moody, ofFUvervlewthasboueht; would also request that all parties 'Indebted by po.ltlnc ticket nd paying fee of 60 MnU.For Prompt eia Cstreful. Atte tloi Rtvesi to alt' ssisitters)''esi-

lace to be had at reasonable. prices all'he Henderson stock tif cattle be- to. me make settlement at 'as, turner Information. apply to ticket wntor trusted to,,...' Exchanges> Rood sit all I point at cheepesvt, '
Kanner & Co''a., t. een the two rivers, and Is here this -
at KIREXAND.DlTfrlon .. '
1.0. rates.
date I wish writ .
., early a as possible, as ,to ,
Hon.:G. F. Krlbb, of Narooossee to week move pi-eparlnjr'to to Klsslmmee! start Island to a.Lherbem*.-Parish close up all my accounts.J. p- r As-nt.Tmp FU. YOUR.BUSINESS' ,130UCIT@61: :, ;

'was shaking bards with his inaoy W. Miller.
IcTBradettown J.urnal. Attention Candidates.
. '-
A here Wednesday '
friends State'Attoney Jno. C. Jones of Orlando .
I Miss Emma' Morgan, who went to visit' 'Thursday, April 26tb Is the 'last day t ...'. .
::, Stanford Is selling all winter; ,goods made a brief professional ,. t.. .j'iV
tier home In Klasimmee two. week, ago which candidates for county. officescan 'e t. j
makeltr here evening .last Mr. on "
at ) reduced'prl"" to Saturday .. .
t: .
returned to' Fort Pierce' for a week's and qualify to run 10be primary . ...... .-
is is _
: room. for his Spring stock. > : vrWState visit with her sister. ,Mrs. D. L. Jones an able lawyer m.klDI'ao.eDYlable : a ff' a ,.
record State election. This also now. applies to
r:' of ; will be Alderman.: Miss Morgan's as Attorney.Up .
: Bank Klsslrnaies many to the present hn has, in his official candidates for the Legislature. V\iVWV
Closed, Thursday April 29th, In Irieuds in town are to see about. 140 cases I : '" K3
Indian capacity, prosecuted '
< Ft. Pierce Cor.In 'River 'To Cure Cold In One Day ;
'obcjjrvance of Memorial Day. lier. and out,of this number there have OSCEOLA ,'
Advocate. ,, Laxative 'Uronoo Quinine Tablets -
Take .
It' have any laundry to only been about a dozen acquittals: :
away you, and want it "done uo" in good F.; S. Strobhar, the bicycle man, Besides being a.. good .4avryer, Mr. ." All drutrgUta refund the money ;'
shape. phone the City Bakery returned Monday from Klsalmmee, In Jones is an affable whole-souled gentleman if it falls to cure. E.W. Grove's; signature 5 PHARMACY.
whose vicinity r he has spent several whom it is. always a'pleasure is on each box, 250. ,tf
I'.M;.. 'flarn"d, of Philadelphia, who months guiding a party of tourists to.meeLo. ; + ++ ++++++ DRUG( !
L b.. been vls-ltlng Mrs. H. N. Bratton through the Okeehobee and Its trlbu- 4 + ++ l S THE STORE .O n
' Mr. E.UA. Niemeyer has sold his retail - r
Tuesdav. -
left for her home on
.. ,arles. His many friends here arepleased
business to Mr. W. U, Smith who, fth ;
: and "
nod him
make. to
Buy a sultjof the standard massy.-. will take charge April 1st. Mr. NIe- Home .
We full '''Llafac"loo'or Puaia Oorda Herald. + ,:
;1 guarantee meyer will move his oven up to his ,II 'DON'T FORGET US
money refunied, KaonerA Co.Mr .- Mr. and Mrs. I. Aten of Pinecastle, louse, where be has bad, small i'

.. Clay Johnson Jr., and little who bad been on a visit to Fort Myers building constructed for the put-pose, ,S v. .
. son Master Richard are spending toe! and other points south, stopped over and will] do a wholesale b.klnabU'I Restaurant.I ij ,h
'week in Orland here on their return, home tronv Friday ne... Mr. Smith will still run the I ,
withjwjlatlves need'o'f
(!i ,. -' until\ Monday with Mr. and Mrs. bu.lne.he City Bakej and .will When in' anything , '

Phone your wants, we do the) running C. W. Griffin. Mr. At- n has recently candle the product of Mr. Niemeyer'. in the Drug line'

,. &;. sold hlsjitore. at Plneoastle and .has ven. He will also put. In.a flit-class ,
I : ; : 'I
KIsBIMME4 DRUG COMPANY I been taking/ a well earned vacation. '' Ine of fancy and family groceries. RENOVATED. i S k ,1;

Drs.' Hicks and Rivers aDd Mr. J. W Mllam 8.11 evanleU'LlcalnlCer Will .McLaughlin will assist Mr. r..
Mr. D. ,
M. Willson Jr., drove out to Nar of Griffin Ga. arrived onTues- Smith in conducting. the bnsiness.Klsslmjnee NEW MANAGM(NT. '" ; '
: 'Herblne"
\ t to
ooossee, and spent the day Wednesday day to assist ley. t It. Jenkins In should have a new, passenger . S'; fl Bottle ol \ FREE everu. Gustoffler: : ..

i Try the new barber shop. Everything theprotrccted, : services now in pio- depot. The town has entirely .

"" new and up-to-date. Sharp treat at the Methodist church Mr. ,,outgrown the present structure. A VVVVVVV.. VVVVVVVVV P V ,a, ,
.sfnger, and is number of times the season the the beat meals. -
(lean towels, first-class service Mil am Is splendid past We serve
razors "' doing effective work' In training the the walling room has been oversrowded comfortable beds . ,
,. large choir organized by.Mr. ''Jenkins with passengers and their Clean I' d

Col. J. B Slngletary, a prominent at beginning of these ,",rYlee.. friends. and other passengers, some Elegant service. careful CITY BARBER, SHOP!:
attorney of Bi,'adentown,, spent a few of them ladles, were forced to stand ,
I 11 days here on professional basinets In this Issue of'the. Valley Gazette outside and wait for the train. 'Athe attention Is given to all. 1 .Vttt etnf TON, .
the announcement of Mr WrMrt
this week. will be found time It is said' t.lath for travel .
same express The ideal home .
AYI" f
: N. C. ( Bert) Bryan as a candidateFor shipments from this point exceed S : .. ,t.....,.
In cash or paid
.eri25 cents spent Mr. U tourists. Reasonable
learh.taLlvebooora. Bryan ers and .
that of anv other' town between for Business f
on your account. KsUx's entitles you 1 the secretary of Waters & Carson !i' Open ,, -
and Jacksonville.JMr. Oome and .
to a chance on one of those beautiful i Grocery Co., and Is well known to all I Tampa rates t 'iaPatrick'bid, : Stands< :. !''a

w bM' racks. I the voters of the county.. Should hebeelected I, and Mrs. A.'H. Snyder and lit. investigate; ,..... .
Ptrlck's old to the Legislature Osceola ,,daughter who have been 'spendingseveral i : ., .
New 'barber shop at tonsorial artist county will be well represented.Mr. : weeks at the Narooossee Sunshine ::: : EW'CBAIn.. .. ..,. .of "
Service by a
" s, ,stand.conversant with all the latest, fads Inm . T. W. Ellis is preparing{ to Home for Consumptives were In l SMITH .... NEW.RAZORS .", ..
..... , town Wednesday morning: on their W. H. Proprietor. .J: : ,
",pbarberlnK'.. build this summer on his lot In the I fO
say to Orlando to spend the day FEW EVERYTHING ,
WANTED-100 young men" to eat O'Neal & Osborne artificial addition stone a dwell-handioma I' Mr. and Mrs. Snyder are very much I., tot'.*.>+++++ \ '" (11. r j'
ten-room '
Strawberries and ice cream at pleased\ with the'Home and the manner
'' :27th. Musio ing. The stone wUl be' manufacturedright ; .d '
lawn party Fiiday April in which it is conducted by its .
mSatlsfactlontGuarafteed.... .j ,
.I and a Koodtlme, anticipated.. brick here and by stone Mr. Ellis machine himself which on be foUnder' Dr.'Jno.'E.Ennl..*They bare" .. . /' tOR _
bit been in the theatrical business for ,
a NO "A V..
...- Misses Liz tie Donegan and Flora recently Installed. He will\ also make number of years' and are now preparing Draying- k ,'' .. .. -
:- Terrell went up to Winter Park last the; brick for the front of the new to make a tour of the .state 'i'V ., .... ,
attend the State Convention Carson Graves building.. .
Saturday to Stanford, tivlnweotertatom'.nts'for, the benefit y
< .
of the Epworth. League. ,j i i' t" i i L i .. -'
Mr. 0. If. Pearce .and Mr. Tully of this institution. Their time and line of .... I ...
Mr. 0. 'W. Ward returned last. went down to Haloes City Saturday talent. will be freely given !In this greatwork Keavy andliaht'. hauling I ',t .IiVaR'Itlzor.-. ;: ..,... .,
Saturday from White Springs. where afternoon and spent Sunday with Ma]. for.suffering ,humanity.. of all\ kinds'done on short'' Cuff" Buttons,' Stick c: m .
be had been spending a couple of. Calvin .Wheejer) who has a..plendld Miss moro- '' 1 :-. -: l
Ethel Weatherly left this Pins Watches :
notice ; pat :
. .
weeks for the benefit_ of bis bealtb.! :, place 'and fioeorangegrovenear there: ,. .{'. ; _, I .
for Houston, Tex., where she will "
Mrs: Btaunto'n and daughters, who Ma]. Wheeler is1ir.rully'a. brother olrn the!Gagnon-Poilock Company now .. prices." Pins .etc., eta:, has '0' :f.tS.
winter wfth.: n-law, and gave, these gentlemen ,a '- "' An inspection
,bave been spending the ,' and playlug than place. The coin any AQBNT FOR just arrived.; '
good -
: Dr. anu Mrs. P. GJ Thomason .left.. hospitable. weloome a royal will be there for several weeks,,. going '15 DAD'O'L"COs' << '.- ,
la Atlanta lime. Mr. Pearce was so well 1 pleased thence Colorado ; and after . I / t
their borne to Springs .J' ,
Monday for he Is already speak '- L. ,!! .S.J:!;
launches with his visit that leaving there, will make a tour of the . 1 ,

UowboaLi, houseboats and Ing.PUrolngJback! agaltt.j. :west.' It Is a' true assertion made ice.C.. G. .TINER.. PRICES' RIGHT 'AND '
reasonable prices.Forl.further : J..OKBJ3. INSURANC.'j ,.<;
built order at .
r. to writeto Mr. R. P. Ragmen. the, "Cypress Island by many peoplethatMia- Weatherlyis '. '"
Information see or ,(farmer, Is now.\marketing. his the star of the amateur class in this ._. . .. : >t J
)P.; O,'WHITE.? Klsslmmee-Fla.: spring crop of vegetables. Mr Hen city and if she does as well professionally ," ,,_. .;.r" '-',
'.. 'Wood for Salei Wbeft yon want' .a tea ha on Cypress IaI.n4'one of the as she did a.. an amateur there c Is HARRIS SANATORIUM.. .

1; ,load; of good dry piD. IIoOY.wood call finest track farms In thin. section: and little doubt of bu success." Beside her JDR R. L. HAIiRIIS.5URBBRY. .', ". ."All>bo\r6.3.' .* ::***kf&* .<
f 'up phone 74. Delivered, anywhere in never falls to make flne crops: This talent. Miss,Weatberly Drifted+ with 1 auendeooe, twbo -'.IsrteM '*0 ;MTyWS .*t' "'
MBDIClNBS.Offlae .
,' town :on: short. .notice. H, ,W :Bronson.. 'year he has t.arn.d'bf. attention prt'J'ocw.U,1.O a charming disposition and has a faculty . AND OBMBWAI. same, will niea.e'settle'in'.otee'pwithin ; :' ;.
Irish potatoes, and for making'and keeping .many; BaaN"U"4aoe. 'Kissitee, 'C .; 30 d tt Is iivUntion ,-
'r.J p they bnew 01.the bride in ( beans, Drib aya. w sj( 1
ter .
Minted: >4. last Sun- beets.He.. :. has shipped ,about,,450Matel friends-; who greatly. regret her: depart?I ? on. C. O CHRIST. to moTe to Teaae .soss sislstldt',. : }
t.; : btQlC'le Creek: settlement I:of and wish for. .herevery bjesslog;. 4 trY tm. SAL MOSS AND T"BOAT.' ... '. ,', .
.s to'it. ) of beans and from an acre Ore ; '" --'+ -" Na,.,, ::,\ +, "...' i'
'r .f re..otnK'.Mla.PearlYaLe.: of beets be expect to gee'9X0, havingsold and a successful!.., i itber chosen professlon. r .O IeeBooan..4.' ::: ".."j Tr.'c '1i AMdtY011L ": -:
'I.. : ry Baukrlght,.,Rer.,L.. R. Jenkinsr' that amount already .- Mlaiu *} 'IIDA1f ", -. ,- .. ,( , 5.-I.
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,I r': .;, atiing' ;' "' }, J rr,.t.'.,* '',. .,nearly "if : /" [ .;.: -6' *.. "*<& h-"" - '\1.11 . , ., 'm'u. "i ........ .d. .

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"You ask that?" she cried. 'DOOM OFRAWLINGS .

: "res,"'and<< since ,I know that J ask g t
PER ranch-I pray yon not to answer me today i;;

., br. a look or a word., I would<< r Florida 1

have'you think long and deeply upon Sounded in Decision of United Doings

= : what I .ayI would bare you weigh ;
.ILLIONS the situation calmly and then with ,States Supreme Court.
grave decision render ne the answer ,
r T T T T T T T TT-r, r r T T T T T T T Y
which your heart prompt Not Impulsively -
T not under the glamour of a pasloaate Potato Growers: Happy. protection to ..pong. Industry.,

moment but with the spell of 1URY, QUESTION 'SETTLED The potato growers of Hastings,' A Washington dispatch aaysS: Thae'natd .',

J1 aaraatWe 6t02i/} AatA.r.e"laetrnas. : prayer upon :you and with a blear for- Klkton and other sections south of St. has parse Laa bill by Senator
lay" tiN. knowledge of all that auch. sacrifice Augustine begun the work of Tallaferro making It unlawful to.-4e. ,

a 'II {wnaairev aeasav eeaaea.. _... .. mean. Mr, Dfgraw baa already asked Instigator of rof Carter Chitdr harvesting lave and shipping the sprint liver at any point in the United States e .:t

from yon a similar. recognition of feeling Must Die crop 'month the any. sponges.taken; from the gulf of
but be hud n on .. and for the next po- :r
reason hope
.jl: CHAPTER 3CX.XI4, 'were. almost" bare and the! ''furniture: and you .did not honor him by so muchas the Governor Intervenes In UCoea will be shipped to the north Mexico:: ,or straits of Florida by diving ,3

",;' > Continued. '. t : Was plain' and Inexpensive: There a momentary hesitation. But this His Behalf. and'westIn carload and trolnload lota.. : The lI1..howeyer, excepts sponges

r"t' Ton know Byrd. that I bave of late were not even any ornament to be choice 'means something to you. I The first Important shipment was taken by diving beyond a deptH of ,

,t taken you to my heart. ,:You are 110, seen, and the carpet though new, was. know tout or I Would not humiliate ': hope made by' AntonioMasters from his fifty "feet from October 1 to Mar 1.
longer a mere'detective to me. nor are one of the simplest Brussels, myself by.following lu his! footsteps 'The .last, of J. Q, Rawllngs farm at Blkton.;: He.. .hipped a solid The necessity for the till arose out ,

.( :ron,, ''mpl1' a fellow whom I once Were ber tastes, then; bumble? Or Love and fondness for power will bares'elecutlon in the Valdosla'Ga. carload of the tubers. and will follow of the rapid depletion' the sponge .

knew and heartily liked j you are my did Into she consider that n sudden leap battle in your breast and no one not ., Jail for instigatiog'tbe-brutal It up with others.- '' Several. of the beds by the' divers. many more of r'
1 show
friend, anti the only man )I can open fled lu the and splendor was undigni even yourself, can tell to-day how murder of the 'Carter chllldren InLbwnde growers at Hastings have *sent off whom have recently come to Florida t
my heart to about a matter that baa He unsuccessful prima donna Hint conflict will end., For night will county has been awept small shipments .but the digging ha to''' go' eltebevely Into the business."

absorbed my .every: hope. When mine awaited and was her appearance ito-derer ." "/bMng strange longings, and meditationwill away I'by the decision rendered Mon- )Just begun In earnest The bllj is an Important measure, aa t,

therefore; ;you utter Insinuations instead richly adorned prepared to behold a waken strange nrabltloni and I' day by the United States 'COurt In Those acquainted with potato culture not less than 10,000 Floridians AKey'
woman enter this ) aMnpnrtoient
of > l>all not belvlth you to breathe loveor
encouragement feel startled and liy ber silks and which it waa held that .the allegationthat predict a good yield per acre this Welt and elsewhere 'are dependent -
apeclally-aa I say assure that there
hare not been you are'depths la :
doubts without brilliant jewels Illumine the dreary true Rawllngs and his sons, ..Milton year 'Early in the season the crop upon sponging for a, IIYlng.
passion beyond tbe
of sounding of
her but of the plainness of an Jesse met with setback too much rain The senator also passed an, alien y
situation-In ,which 'tam a room which had not ordinary plummet." and Leonard had been discriminated a by
placed.. It she loves me-likely and I to shall be e'en the attractiveness of his own stu She covered her face with her.' hands against' in. the selection of the and later from ;roar. But the weather bill prohibiting aUens from sponging air

," 'voon' find ,that on(-I shall still not be .: "'011, to what tests am I.put! was Jury, In that all professionalmen for the past six weeks baa been ideal In Florida waters, but this can only ,;' '

altogether happy for I''bit.. the Idea of But when, lu a moment later a light her cry "You do not love me or you wets excluded,, was no deprivation of and has more thl.n'ov.ercom, the ear apply to Jurisdictionwaters', which extend :- .k

marrying a wmaowbo owes ber 1mtbense figure: gilded through; the doorway, he would. not anullillntc me by placing their constitutional "rights, and the \ Her drawbacks. The farmers are a... only three mUM'from shore The 'ts
: fortune to, the appreciation and saw' that-she relied upon her' bcautyand'not before" IDe surh a fearful alternative.' decisions of. the state courts- are up cured too that the prices this year will dicing bill covers practically! of the '

choice of another man. I shall be, alwaya upon her apparel for 'the impression '"I do love ;yon? be answered solemn held. bd far above the' average, / sponge beds available by the old process .

Jealo\U.of, him I..shall always she was destined to make. ly; "and I want you to love me, that .It, It will probably be a month before With a good: yleld_and fair prlceaMt of tonging. M

!,'. feel a. If the luxury: .enjoyed,.was at. Though bis senses swam at the sightof If you marry me, 1 lo not wish to feel the mandate of the United States su la estimated that the crop will nejt the ,

trtbntable- to him and so experience: more her countenance that waL brighter thnt three Is anything; /: tbe world promo coUrt Is received bye the supreme farmers' of the locality upwards. of Favor Dividing;Up County. .

humiliation 'at, the thought that my winsome and more exquisitely deni-er to you bums myself! ; Hint any court of Georgia, which will half a million dollar's ,/ Wauchulu Is heartily In favor of?
beautiful-than ever, be could not but riches mid distinction! tlmt
wifeowSs; her' splendor to.means re- you may hold It for a minimum erlod of thirty DeSoto counl.Y. into threw
that jeweia dividing
salting front another note no flashed In her 4oa1'l owe" tb another; mail's love can vie
leaabeter, forget that man's be love.loved For and that her dress was of plain cloth with tlio\ single affection which I proffer days before transmittlng-lt to.the Israel Ludlow of N w York, Inventor counties. At a mass meeting held at
and that It'was his love that actuated! without color and without adornmeqt. ;you. Any leas' devotion on your superior court.of Lowndea county. of tbe aeroplane, ; was so' badly In. the opera", home nearly every citizen: ;
his decision. Had it not done so be She had worn more picturesque clothIng part 'III. not satisfy me. I mutt have When received there, the Judge of the jured by a filial.Atlantic Beach"' that from the. town and not a.few from'tha .

'would have paid one more visit to the when sbo was simply /SjgnorlnaValrft. nil or none. I must marry the woman court<< will fix the date of the execution -. he will, probably die. Mr. Ludlow has country were, present. On vote the

1 schoolteacher, who If she is lame TKJSncsses I saw wake from the sleet. of death.. of Rawlings. beeir-making ascensions In his' aero- body was a unit In favor ot, division,
.every moral attribute necessary j Yet in a few minutes he forgot all and not the woman whom a, happy With the details of this shocking Diane )which was one of the feature not a single lean dissented. '

to entitle her to the legacy of Mr. De- this. She had but to turn toward him namesake of mine bias wreathed wltU crime-of how Milton Jesse and Leonard of the automobile races. Saturday, in 'It- is strongly urged by the leading: ".

lancy \ with a blushing greeting, for tbe golden blossoms she will not cast aside' Rawllnga went at night to the t9..v of two automobiles, ascended. citizens of Wauchula surrounding

4 "Yea" was 'Mr. Byrds' unexpected room himself and her own delicate For my sake Do you not see that I am Carter- home, 'made a- noise to at. Mo a"height of 150 or ZOO feet, when country that DeSoto county will be divided r

nssent. "you would always bare that and graceful figure to be inundated right Do you not see that we could tract the Inmates of the house' Inu his aeroplane encountered a string sooner or later and that it Is

drawback to your happiness. Her with radiance. She bored him still; never be Imppy with the ghost: of'an- the yard and shot down the.ypunj: south wind which was blowing'with best to divide now Insomuch as) it

prosperity Is certainly owing to ;your that-and wall her visible In her look her attitude other love forever gliding between us son and daughter of Carter whorl theycame such force that it broke bamboo sup- court house at Arcadia) has ben needed -,

rival's" love."' turned conversation though she at the Indulging-of any new fancy or Into-the yard-tbe public is familiar. 'ports and the wings of the aeroplane' for. tome time.

4 To otter 'aa,,unpleasant truth TOOl; gave from herself him up almost to tbe immediatelyand entertain- I the may purchase not!succeed of Any in new gowgawI J. G. Rawllngsxkls:, sons, shut in, pinning him to his se.t.Vltb. ,Aa the lines are mapped out Arcadia 5
self la bad making yoJ It
enough, but to' bear It see
by .nother'a' repeated ment of the two ladles who had entered as I do. but this is tbe question-as It Milton. Jesse and Leonard J. together its occupants pinned In, the aeroplane would be tbe county seat of DeSoto Y',
lip. la Intolerable. with Alt Owens, the negro whom they fell to the beach. Two of Mr. Lud-
'BouaelIurto hlsf feet Mr. at the same time as himself. She appears to me. Either love in worth ? county. Each -of the other counties 's
paced loved him and she wai this had hired to commit the murderandwho : "low's vertebrae were knocked out of ".Dul i..e.tabll.h their seat
1'ap>> and'down'the room In risible not yet spoiled sacrifice or It.-I..not. It it Is not. << county fit;
'citement., e.x- by her new :wealth This.was enough' you will frankly tell tae so. and I will accompanied them to the Cater line, paralyzing' his lower .limbs. He build their court house, Jail, eta

"All If 'I could have but made her to fill his consciousness for the present Dear my disappointment make a home were put on trial In the superior was taken to New York to secure the

mine''before ever she met this De- and lend" to his aspect that subtle mistress of fame as I did before I saw court of Ldwndes county last July attention of a specialist. /
(Herbert C- Davis
arawf be exclaimed.. charm which was tbe secret of hjs' and loved you." convicted and all sentenced to death state secretary

Thb'otberwatched him with inrroasIng power over the hearts of women. Her hands had fallen from her face with ,the exception: of LeonardyRawl- The Tampa city council baa granted or the socialist party, has Issued :a.

eamestaem.-* had sown seeds of While thel bediea were being bowed now, but Ille.wa. not looking at'him. inJ1'anel the negro, Alf Owens, who to H. H'ltlrkpatrick and his associates call" for a meeting. In part he says: '

'distrust In the artist's ardent breft'lt. out be.stood In a whirl of excited feelIng She bad on the contrary turned sllchtf were' sentenced to life' Imprisonment : a franchise for a street, railroad 1n 'accordance with the Instruction

i which 'would yet bear fruit What that was not unshared, perhaps, I away and stood with only b erg In the penitentiary. .. over the streets of Tampa not, of the stile quorum call la hereby

i fruit He and we will soon be given! a by ber. and when tbe front door being cheek and tb, delicate! outline of her Their cases were appealed .to tbeOel'1l'c1L now covered by franchise to the Tampa Usuedfor a state convention of the ,,
chance to see i' closed she turned 'back and began' brow visible to his searching gaze; It state supreme court, which Electric 'company. The franchise socialist party of Florida. to nomisatpa
crossing' tbe floor to'- his aide. It was was a bitter moment, for him.: ,Had lie affirmed the verdicts and tc the state and congressional ticket to> I,
sentencesof Kirkpatrick
one granted
with difficulty he checked his wild Impulse been right in subjecting b 9Y love to the was be voted for 'at the general election ,.;b.JJ.: :
XXXIH. superior court. The cases'were come time that It !
CKAPTEB ago except was
to stretch forth his arms and sucha test. X1 .
rest Nov nber to Issue platform ,
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}> : next carried' to the United tSates supreme mended *o aa to make the period of
J' take her at and "
", T7KKXPKCTKO: COKDITIOWS.' once without qo..tlolto \ "Miss Rogers said hc/'before I left setting forth the principles.upoo which
"1., Next morning Hamilton Pegraw read his heart. ionic- I received an/Invltatlon from court on the -ground that discrimination Its ,operation- thirty years instead <-f. we base our appeal to the working .'"

:[ these word lln the soclal column, of But he had said to himself that be Mir Asplnwall to/aday reception to : had been -made against .ninety-nine aa in the original grant class, and to transact loch BuslECSS .
"" ,Clna of New fork's-leading dallies; would not do this, whatever his tempt- be given at-her.bouse, here In the city. them In the selection of the trial Ju Other alterations were made amont 'aa come other -

"Mlas ,Bo.ers has' returned from tatlon might be and he bravely kept tee you going,-to that reception ries. This was 'the first time this them one providing that after the expiration : such' may properly before .
Newport (these-S' but one Miss Rogers his word paling a little however as Her gesture seemed to say she was. '* question had been ralsed in the state, ( of five years the company be a The conventionwill ,,-

In, New York these days), and 1. now she reached out ber band with an air "It is set for a week from now Is it and It involved the integrity of the shall pay into the city treasury threat<< called to order promptly at ..
to be men liT her friends at her own that expressed: ber-recognition of the not?" ./ I I state Jury system but the decision rer cent of Ita'gross receipts. Another 1 p. m.. Saturday. April %8, J90
;'house at!-.Fifth avenue. fact that she bad not as ;yet given him ye11 l. I will give you this week In rendered by Justice Holmes' la a all! !: waa' that in six months one mile of ball, 1110 J-% Franklin ;

t,., _,It was ,a'happy:moment for him for her full -eraettne-.., .which to weigh the question) and to nag victory for Attorney General IIt.;: road shall be built and in operation street Tampa, Fla. '

CM tnree.lD .IItb. allotted to their "''P.n She on the contrary was ruddy a* arose consult Hilary; If then yon feel that who argued the-case'' for the state be. The franchise also provides that at '
....... bad passed, and by this return and seemed jo! expect: display of.' your happinessnot mine-yon must tore the supreme court. the' expiration of thirty years thexltv'.shall W. D. Christmas, Walter Holland

to.tbe'dty ab..t least showed, that warmth wblcb waiTat yet absent from .lot consider my'happiness in this quegtlon Upon the recommendation of the have the debt purchase the John Justice the latter colored. have ? ..
a... 4M not seek to avoid a 'meeting, his manner. For beyond taking: her -will' be tst.? secured 'b,. a life state board ofpardonsthe death sen plant sand its appurtenances at a,valuation made application, to Judge Carter of

,.. y4 rte.H'Ii. tore the veil from her band and pressing It he said Jiotblng; pent at my aide'with its love and Its traces'of 'JofUton'.n4 'h,
sjictuie.. and surveyed her loveliness though her eyes looked np/wlstfully hazards and its possible lackof, splendor were "c mmuted to life' ImprisonmentIn released on ball. Tbe men were \'

with''burning eyes, then realizing that and her form visibly tremi led. 'then wear to this reception this the 'penitentiary.' For time- held without'-ball at .a preliminary ( ,
some there
past been
." was',; Poor preparation for' the "You,, do not re tflad. said, same'meek dress of brown and be my hearing In Marlanna for the murder .
hours of Awaiting which lay before him ah.' .aZTou blooming rose forever. But If. on the SEVEN APPROPRIATED more or leas talk of making an effortto cf Judge J. M. Christmas wife and

,be covered It up again and set himself He drawn and gently contrary yon have tasted of tbe'rlntage MILLIONS.C 'bond the city of Miami In the sum son In February last Judge ,Carter1
,Jo ,,work only to drop palette and brush .dropped her hand I of adulation and feel that It 1* of' $100,000 for the purpose of making granted ball to Holland and '
1 Hn has Impatience and take up his hat "I do not sayxl am glad." he repeated, henceforth a necessary beverage for By the Mississippi, Legislature and the much-needed Improvements. The In. the aum. of' Justice
1-tf tad go'out.. "' ( I '"because lam busy schooling myself you and that you move In your proper End Is Not Yet matter waa brought up, at' a recent $1,500 and $1,004 re8P' .

_ ...He-walked in the direction of her into a calmness I cannot feel. I am ao atmosphere when you bear about with The Mississippi legislative sessionnow meeting and after some discussion but refused bail to Christmas ,- '

'". bonce. It was no new walk'for him. glad Icannot trust myself to speak. you the honors and distinctions ofwealtla. drawing to a close will go downIn an ordinance was passed unanimously against whom the most dam ,

'.. Though she bad been absent from its To see you again after these Interminable 'tben wrap.tbl. lovely..form in history aa having set the'high water calling an election on ,May22.. so that aging! 'evidence was adduced at the ,

wails all summer'he had passed It by months ia heaven to me. But it ;Velvet, and put-la these -dear cars toe I mark on appropriations It, is entitled the freeholders In'the city can give hearing. The attorney who made the '

manytimes during these months ofwaiting is a heaven' I must not enjoy too deeply diamonds that belong there' and let to position on the calendar aa n expression. to their ele.lre'ID the mat application on behalf of the prisoners'

< $ '/ ,,and though it was not a -pretentious till-" c 'me see how worthy yon are to wear 'seven million dollar" event the first ter. The ordinance provides for the then made application for a writ oJ!.

+ dwelling and was'only hers Till what?" Her sigh was eloquent;. such splendors and how little >'I had of the kind in the commonwealth issuance of $100,000 of four per C4ntthlrty.ear habeas corpus In the cue of Christmas

r ,while she leased< If, he bad conceivedan she'seemed to bang upon his words. the right to ask,you te forego them. (Several"bills.are yet to come, which ,bonds In five series of denominations arguement' on which will be
affection ."Till I know bow, You will be saved all embarrassment heard later.
l for Its every stone .nel deeply you lo.v, will swell tbe sum total to about $7* of $1,000 at not less' '
i'could bar-given you each detail of me; how much yon are wlL'ing to sacrifice "y thin, of course. One glimpse will 250,000. .-
Its exterior as well. as If If bad been a ? for my sake and what there is tell, me what sort of a future I mayexpectand .
house of hie-own.'Now I in the future for me to look forward I while I do. not promise to At a.recent meeting of the authorities
to.*": 1UOT.. IN 'MINING DISTRICT. A case of more than of Tampa, West Tampa Fort
Its hitherto empty body bad a eave tbe room any too soon if'I see ordinary importance 4
} _01.; and he found himself intimidated 1 "Ah," ahe .murmured, "conditions! again before me the maiden of today baa Just been beard at Pen- Brooks Port'Tampa and the county , ; .
1 aa he approached it, and really Do you love'me ao little a* that?" I certainly shall not remain long Thr.. Men Kllled.Two) .Fatally' Wound 'lI8 ola by Special Examiner F. W of Hillsborough<< at the board oftrador

went no farther than tbe corner. But "I love you," be declared "almost to- enough In your presence to utter a re .d In Trouble .Among Strlk..... .. Marsh, the title of ,which la- Unite room in Tampa, steps were taken to'r

'a sight of the pavement her feet had the point) of toUT: In these long preach If' I encounter velvet Instead Three. men'have been shot to death, States vs. J. J. McCa skill' tc Co. The ward organizing a municipal sanitary

. i ao lately crossed was a comfort to him months have thought of nothing else, of cloth, and Jewels Instead of blushes." a boy fatally wounded and -a' mining :latter, company doe's'business at Frey league of.tbe state of Florida, one of

'an4 'he"tnt back to his studio In a dreamed nothing else, worked for Be.was going, but site held out a engineer Eugene Delaney;taken to' port, and the government alleged that' the objects of which.1s towage! war. '

bottetul'mood to awaitwlt4, more or nothing else but'you. I am dazzled I hand and though she did not raise ber I the; hospital in a serious condition asa it has Illegally secured title to haul on mosquitoes. Dr. L. W, Wedon was

t' less patience a suitable hour in.whichto am mad with Joyonly: to see you again. eyes or torn her bead be paused while. : result of a riot at Winder, Pa.? which was patented In the name of elected temporary president A call '
calj anon ber. >', If I..e way to my Impulses I would she said the will be
: among striking coal miner. Monday W J. Ward on Choctawbatchee river. Issued. to the authorities ..ofothercities
:j'i .Be chose .ibe afternoon, first fall at your feet and kiss tbe hem of "There is have : '
bee ,
e , one thingyon not ex- night her Begley has been The land Involved comprises only 160 I to meet In Tampa at an
'>. souse be had not tbe endurance to wait your dress: 'But I am held back by: plained. What Is to be done with this summoned and an appeal has been acres, but It II understood that if early; date and form a permanent or .,

Syr till,evening, and secondly because he one'' by one bar ,money If I decide to give upf made to Governor Pennypnckor fop- the ".rnm.Dt succeeds -In maintaining ganization. 1 ,,
,felt that evening would;brine other r er. You are living upon and'enjoy "It must be returned to Mr. Degraw, more troops. its contention > .
lovers to, bee aide, whose presence log the millions given you by my ri who will gtve-.-ft-'to '. certain little 'of several other. suit -
;,l would be 'anhearanbje to him In his val." schoolteacher, who. we muat.bope/wlll similar nature will be Initltutecl'lnToI"lnc J. B. Lockey tax' assessor ot Jack ,

';1 present, uncertain position. At five "But-f have no Jealous lover who will refuseto D. A. R. IN CONVENTION. considerable land in West son county, was struck by an engineat

;,-<,clock be stood at her door''and did "I know what you would say dearest let her take $t." Florida...- Sneads and killed instantly1. He attempted '
not know whether to' resign his pre ,, He is not my rival now and never ,"Another Jenny Rogers Fifteenth Continental Congresa' Annual to_cross ahead of the engine

,' tensions or ,not when be found that can be while you retain this money.' I "Tea, and a noble one." Session at Washington.The The strict situation in Tampa re- when he was caught and dashed

.t ..before bla/ ring,at the bell had been Bat he did lore you and probably always That la all. I will not :detain you fifteenth' continental congressof i Imams In state quo. TIle 200 carpenters against the platform of the depot. Ua
&:?- answered two carriages beside his will love and any.longer Mr. the National Society bf the : .
you, It was through; Peg-raw. Daughters who walked out of the Jetton- force of the blow breaking-hi neck. '
't;,j''awn bad been driven .up In front, and this love be Came to consider you aa' He looked he moved away; be came of the American Revolution .. Dekle Ompan,.'. establishment a few Mr, hockey was about fifty-five 1eal'llold" ',
'that.two ladles aDd' one gentleman the'' heiress of Mr. back with an-almost' aembled. in '
Pelancy' breaking'.heart. Washington, D. C, Mon dAy ago me still out, with no and belonged to a well known and. .

i were awaiting wltb.him the somewhat and it .. because of this very bye you After' all be might never see her day. For the second time the pro. of 'Immediate return to* prospect highly respected family. He
L'J: cvttaT rtvpons* to .umDJ n.. are now what yon are-1'a conspicuous .< IK the door *rs, through seven small eblldt'en. '
, The opening Clr. decided the figure-among New York'a young and' ling and Innocently grieved. Had he' hall a building erected by the sympathy for "
';"? ;question. -U. banded In hi. card to the wealthy women" been less exacting: bad be not puzzled DaUltbtet'L, :whom, the' 'carpenters are out, have -

t: I ':neat' maid who. confronted him..' and "But I do not love him and---" himself with Jealousies., had he been An unusually large effected no adjustment of their differ- The big dry kiln and 'contents of the tic

!\.'.-'ev'' -.a; _or,__thought__ _ _he _saw. .,pn. bee, ._bright_ ,'"Ten do love mel la that, what.-- -ron-- content to ignore everything ,but ber delegates was In attendance representationof .when latter c-nces with claim'the master painters. The Sclden Cypress 'Door Company of .,,
.:awn acv rcruiia. IOOK:'ua.t a. would sayr v ; Winning womanhood'be might now be' they now' have a good Palatka. has been destroyed 'by fire' F '
I .j eared ,'him'tbat. bis whit' was partlcu2JMarly 8he smiled pitifully;' ''She eetmed; clasping her to his heart in ecstacy. Instead I. the, president general, Mra. Donald force of aon-unlon painters at work at The' Inaln building of the ,.ctorT,W'U .,

". ;: welcome though ,she merely much shaken. by his words and deeply, of standing there with a barrier MacLean: of New York called the congress :. $S a day, the maximum' price they.are saved by hard work. The loss fft '11.',
,waved ;.hint.'toward''the''same"parlor; abashed.i i- of ice between them and the prospect1 to order: ;' willing to tay.. 000. folly covered by'
insurance. ,
'1Itto: ;. cla""th., ladles bad, alreadyKiiiti't "Do :you love me enough to''considermy ''Of what Lifelong separation and. ... ." .. ;
., I"'j '.j pride be went on.*Vt would'hap desolate hearth; for at that moment heaid U*> TO CURRENCY COMPTROLLERTlllmani '
The:ether""'gentleman left to be a sot : Before, another year will have elaps.ed The heaviest, hall storm ever experienced
L merely ,aaa4' treat, a courageous and a believe that she would ever ,---- '
*: bouquet.J: both':of,>?wblcbDegtaw boandleM lo\".. Foci Ir: ask nothing; give up all that'He asked for Jail Jove-' Gainesville will be equipped-with 'Jn that aoctlon passed overRiver '
one '
... '.would'have annl- less than that you should sacrifice: tbl "I cannot leave yon" said be, "with Again Probts, IntiTMajtUf; ; of the most 'modern seweragesystems Junction'one afternoon the past .
t.4{ : a wealth; that yon bould.,leave at the out one proof of tor devotion.And of Campaign Contribution ; in the state'F.: : H'Beeman of week the depth of bait ,Arter ,the .
'TYe' Into wblcbb. passed waamrprtoe I altar':.';:rail these millions' that ban: pinging himself at ber feet he clasped 'Senator THlman the Loujsvllle, ,,Ky., .who has the, contract storm had passed being, front three'to '
.: t him.. lIom.Jlow.h..bad. brought'yon:fame an4'adul.t1oa. and; wr knee and kissed "with btsrtfeirfervo ;introduced in" for, this, work' promises. L to, complete ten b': e.. The path of the storm' '

d to JtI4 thl* newf-made'bf Iressla I accept, only.. .. .painter's homage.,and the tip of ber little slipper "I senate .,.Monday'a resolution-directing, the same within about nine month.. waa:apparently about a;'quarter,\ of a

'grout'splendor..;: Though the : such luxuries as bis pencil can furnish' lore yonr be cried; ."I love your and th..raommttte.' ,on finance to ''IDqut. The contract Brie* for this'vystem will mile wide, and I the size of the hail-.., '

of the hens was* plain;'almostleeo'bf I you find-to that homage and these luxJ: was gone Jast'as .''unk but falat, Into alleged contributions to campaign be about $4S,0CO., This will include atones; 'ranged from that' of ,ar:;small'pea. w r

hat toeked.f for.e\'gorta -> pries such compensation's'wtir'make, lag upon a chair,. : : committees and Vhy> facts" wucerning.them twelve.'miles -of"main'-piping/1;which to'.the. site of 'a.:bird..*gg..Great; t ,_+r
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"l'i .. : / .P/ House Committee Recommends; That' :afe ndSure
,": .for, Postmaster at Washington
Uni d'8tai. Senators' Elected
'Against .. Be .t
;i GreeneYnd : : ; Cites Mrs Morris, tpioa tiiven Greene and'Gaynor by 'Popular Ballot of, Peopls.'"

>'. Quickly Rendered by;'Jury. A Washington dispatch says; Sanator *' by)judge: Speer, ''I

A Wuah1n&'t01f1P8C1&l'aay..: A resolution ,
Tollman, F.r1c1ay.Jlled formal cbirjes'wlth -
8ub-coniniitt providing for the election of, : BAllARD'SItOREHOUND
: .Jh" considering
LONG' TRIAL AT AN END the nomination of ".Benjamin T, ATLANTA PRISON NAMEDFines senators' by direct vote of the. people i

Ilarnus, assistant secretary to the 0<.4- has been 'l yor.ablY acted jon, by the '

: president, to be postmaster at WashIngton house committee on election of senia-
Famous Fugitive Defendant. Were and protested against his conrmaUon. off S75.BM.9 Are Also Assessed tore and rcprenenyuiv In oongreia.t:\ '

Charged With Conspiracy: D.p' .> ., R*bese charges relate to The resolution, which was lntroduce.1
which Defendants Can
.fraud "and.l' the expulsion of Mrs.; ''Minor Morrla Easily' by Mr. Norris Of Nebraska'makes the
from the executive bfflcos and assert Escape: Paying-Appeal Will tern of members of the' house lour
,on All, CountsBenjamin 'and brutal treatment, of tho Be Taken End Not (
Inhuman ; Yet years instead of two. Both propositions "
L woman land pled: allege that Barnes 'are,, to bo accomplished by SYRUP "

t ,tr.; D.. Qteona and ,John F.' -made a falsa.*,statement about $he- Benjamin Greene'and John F., Gay amendments to the constitution a t,

w( ; ,Caynor', were found guilty of, ccnsplr. Reasons why the terms of membersshould 4,
; !*''> acy 'against the government, prepentlntf'Ialse case.The charges are four' "In; ,numborr nor were sentenced by Judge Speer lathe be tour years are stated to be1ecanse .. , "
', and are: '' federal.court Savannah.. Friday no party can lna\lprato' COLDS, CONSUMPTION BRONCHIT*

.. ,:. claims> 0 and. embezzlementin That Mr., Barnes is lacking,, inn. gentlemanly .morning to serve-- four years In the policy in-two years. 'C't1JtES'COUGB5.WHOOPING COUGH SORE THROAT \sWABS

" ..; the federal court, at Savannah and'manly consideration for federal prison at' 'Atlanta, and to pay '"The people are tired,** the' report LOSS OF VOICE: LOOSENS THE PHLEGM .AND Yl\ft 1 ,

j t',I. Thursday afternoon. ladles, which caused him to abuse his each a fins of '75,794.90. the amount says **of this. continuous: drama, and | EXPECTORATION./HEALS THE.LUNGS.'

\ The defendants were found guilty authority so far' as to order the>expulsion they ''are charged with having embejled. as a resultare inclined to CI'110 Endorsed bar' 'leading; physicians( a* the BEST remedy forChildren's
from the executive of :
k offices .: attention to the primaries and theconventions
with no recommendation and
** upon eacjtr Croup Whooping Cough because
!Mrs, Minor Morris on January t. 1908, ,Upon one Indictment the sentence -the, very foundation of
of the indictments. The verdict 'wu'returned. contains. NO OPJA rns., The'' action of BallanT* Horehound -'
without any justification.'or good reason . *as to two }ears and upon each of the our political S7.tem -the forum wherein I
'minutes 'before Syrup Is mild and benlffn.1t Is adapted to lnfwtsatwell'aaadultaof
few '
a two tber lor.
r other Indictments four"years, but the the country's Interests can best oe
o'clock after the jury ha4 been' put That having Issued' the order.' he court directed that the sentence might guarded and protected.. Wiry varletyottemperament'. and co tltutloD.1Read '

three hours and a hair, stood by and 'saw It executed Inmost a all be. served' concurrently., which raduced "W IUr an.,election every two years I This Remarkable 'Testimonial

For fourteen weeks the case had brutal and outrageous manner the term to four years. Thus, th* political grafter who thrives on- ,
MRS. B. W. EVANS. Clearwater. *:--My husbandwas
tteea. In progress, and there was the without Interference, compelling the with the allowance of three monthsoff partisan strife and 'on the nervous Uncertainty sick for three months and the doctors told me he bad quick consumption. -.,
Allluess of the tomb' In the courtroom policemen) to drag and finally with tho each year during, 'which the behav controlling 'candidates fur We procured a bottle of BaUrds Horehound Syrup,a4

as Judge Spoor asked the jury aid of a negro employed at the white ior of 'the rlspners.. nay be good, the office is able to live from one election It cured him. He Is now a well man. but we .....n.keep bottle
U they had agreed''' upon a' verdict. house, to carry' her with' the negro sentence reduces to three years. to t another by the boodle secured at. In the house and think It ha no equal for pulmonary disease*.".

'Foreman Hope Tliomas'.auswered la holding her by the ankles and with The fine need not be paid If,* 'on his unholy business. The adoption' Easy to TaKe; Sore to Cure; Every Bottle Giiaraateml.niKBTJC .

the affirmative' and 'the three In l1ot.menta .. her limbs exposed the entire distance completing the sentence the prisoners the proposed amendment would render ,' BlZatSl 950 JOe, ....00. ;' ,' :f7:

'were UleQ" and the findings'Wrea4 from the' executive emcee) at the western -- take the pauper's oath_-_nd make affidavit it less possible for this BALLABITS SNOW LINIMENT: CO., -.ST.'':. IInv.: '

by" the clerk. The jury-at the 'end -of the white house to the that, they are not possessed of ply his trade.

of the counsel for the defense eastern exit where she was thrust Intoa lucre than twenty dollars.. In lieu of Regarding the election of senators AND RECOMMENDED BY

was then polled, and each mem- ftlb'and sent to the house' of detention paying the fine, they/may serve thlr- .by direct .vote, the report says; BOLD
bor 'tat d that the verdicts rendered where her' life w endangered ty days longer. -' The-proposltloa to providefor' the' r '-

upon the indictments were Ills. and health seriously Impaired from Counsel for the prisoners, announce election of I senators by the direct f For Sale at ,ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE!,

The maximum sentence that the shock and injuries received. that an appeal will be taken. An order'of ,vote of the people has been before the .

court may Impose under-tbe- lawis That after this tyrannical and out. court grants ten days for the filing house of representatives and ;has received ,

,an aggregate term of seventeen years "Tagcouf abuse of his authority he of a'bill of -excepUon...' favorable consideration upon KISSI'Mn1EE r w

in the penitentiary and a fine of 57J/- 'lodged charges of Insanity against Judge'Speer, in sentencing the prisoners . several different occasions. A proposition .2., ;

000, thw amount of the alleged embez-. 'Mrs, .Morris and compelled her to remain , raid, In part"' : .. . to amend'the constitution having .. .'

( clement. It Is _not believed, however, in. prison for more' than four "The most painful judicial duty- ta. this object' In view has passed :

that the sentence will be of extreme, hour, thus adding Insult to Injury' the 'Imposition of a sentence to penal 'the' house of representatives at four RIVER: KOTITE.

'severity, Before'.adjournment to Friday and producing In the public mind 1mpresslons servitude..This Is peculiarly true when different times, and each time, by a .

mornlnc.Judge Speer said: derogatory to her reputa those convicted are men'of fine Intelligence .. practically :'unanimous vote." '

"1 have: no disposition toward these Lion and her mental condition. men of affairs, men who have 8TEAMEH: LlLLltB STKAMKR KOSBADA..

unfortunate men except to be Just as That he made a statement to the had the opportunities education or CRIMINAL; LIBEL CHARGED .,? Captain Clay :Johnson .Br. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. y,

merciful as my duty under the law press which was full of falsehood who have been: trained by the teachIngs -. -o--i Regular.veekly trips.;to Basslnger *'"d ret1l,..* Roseada leave Klsslav< h."
and which proves him to .be lackingIn ,,me Tuesday and arrive fUsstmmee Friday evening.' ,' "'
.wljl:' permit"The of experience. One of the prisoners Against) Editor.a.. Outcome,'' of, Red morning, ...
minimum sentence permissible Integrity and high character which has been distinguished f>y. his Hot Political Squabble. Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer>obe and Fort Myerg on Ute .Ltni.;

under the law is two., years in the a high government official should state; ''has been 'an Important official Comfortable accommodation for parseagers. Rates refonable..
At Marietta Ga;after three days .deliberation The .
havo. most picturesque Wtterway In Florida.
penltegUary,and a fine of 1000. of one of the great political parties;
The defense' counsel will not discuss Senator) Tillman asks that seven' a man of large acquaintance; perhaps, into the .charges ot fraud For Passenger 'and Freifht Rate ,apply: to' ., N
Witnesses- Including all the newspa ''< alleged to have bee1 ,coDunltted at the CLAY JOHNSON//; lilt. Proprietor' ,
the next steps to be taken 1ft with multitudes.,Dt' earnest'
the case not. will District ;Attorney per' men at the white house at thi The"other Is a graduate, ot distinction'! Cobb county primary of April 4, John On.. board "UlUe.. Klssimmee. Fl*.. I? 'I
time be summoned,. before the Aw trey and D. F. McClatchey, against ,
) com
Marlon Erwin say wut will be done .of our, great.military academy attest, a.
whom Hon
charges were preferred by
mlttee. .
the Indictments against ? Point, and he at one time.was a captain "
regarding :. 'N. A. Mbrrlisi; have been freed (If ._- '
Oberlln M. Carter Michael A. Con- In that famous corps of engineers
,aatl, William T. and Qdward F.Gnynor..who TEMPEST, IN THE HOUSE. whose roster bears such names; as blame by the grand jury, and no' true .. ;>> ,iW "' _'
bills returned while .Mr. Morris and
; -
> were Jointly Indlcted-wltti Robert George Gordon
Effort to Expunge .Unparliamentary Meade ".corpsTwhose; -;.record -- his-paper-'the Marietta Courier have
Jibe defendants who now stand con- ,, was
1 been indicted on two counts each for
Language Leads to Row. .
.Wrlcted.fgjf stainless before the occurrences which City
At'Friday's. session *of the ,house, criminal libel., Bakeryr
Mr. Erwin received a telegram ? have been developed In evidence here.
: .The- reversal ,of the tables in this
more; unparliamentary- language was
from Attorney General Moody ezp.eseIng I''UI am told that It been cynlcal-
''Indulged In during an 'effort to ,expunge case will, perpetuate for some' time f
the congratulations of the president ,ly said' that no maD., who has a mil FRESH :
certain alleged unparliamentary the 'bltterne.. aroused in a most exciting .
lion dollars be convicted of crimeIn '
and the attorney general
upon language' from the house record 'campaign. The cale'11'111 come ,- ./
the''.outcome of the case upon which -America The verdict of this juryof i AND CAKE : : .
Mr Erwin has been engaged tor sevenyears. than has been beard In congress' ,, In plain, clearsighted: ,. honest .Amer- i l'up at the July term_of court-- I. . . t, +

many years !cane baa falsified -such pessimism.*" The charges of fraud and irregularity Currants Citron Purl .. .
.. _. ;: 1' Raisins, ;
It all started over the consideration In the management the polls J ,
The trial of Messrs.' Greene and .of. a',.. resolution Introduced'Y' Mr. your Notwithstanding la not the deemed gravity of grew out of the primary of April"tor 4 I .'. ',A, y., Olives, ,Sweet' Picklv ..,, :_ .: :" ;:t :,: ,. ti
Gaynor consumed about fourteen necessary of senator,1'repre;\ -; ,/> V:"\ Sour Pickle. MI.-Pr1lir11J1r'
Gardner of' Massachusetts lo eXJUngefrom to impose tile 'extreme they naming a i Jt" : :
upon you
weeks.. The defendants we" charged ,
the the record certain f remarks of penalty of by cumulative sen sentative and county officers: -' \ :/ :, co" : J:* ;i.1 .L'\U' .0' A "',:::'tr. :: :t.t!; ot. "
with to defraud '
conspiracy, and embezzlement in government con- Mr.. Hopkins- Kentucky, which he tences. Such sentences might .aggregate , In the next Issue'of the.Marietta -P. .. ..'a2"CH'(3. .,.., .'" .. II "
> declared to be al1' unjust and unwarranted seventeen Courier oC which Hon. N.-A. 1I6rrll.ex.peaker -
.nectlon'' with the big government en- years Imprisonmentat '
gineering works at Savannah.They reflection upon Mr. Bennett of hard labor and 595749.90 fines. of the Georgia house of Candy: Figs,. Dat'er '. : i
New York. {Hopkins charged thatBennett that have been In representatives,;, is president ;' and
; 'I recognize you. .
Indicted In'1902, and. after fighting1
wore Fresh Walnuts Pecans
I .
attacks ,
extradition in New "had deceived the house In.Inducing jail for more than a year, that, both managing editor, violent were .
proceedings It to adopt a aesblutlon"foe made editorially ,charging fraud 'and; *
of elderly: both of 1 WHITE
York fled ,to Canada. After lengthy you are men you 'p,, .; .AGENT: STAR-LAUNDRy.., r;
there were finally the admission to this country of a are educatde min, accustomed to a life 1 corruption a-nd' specifically charging t

proceedings and* they to Savannah German girl named Fannie Diner; of comparative luxury and to the comforts -', fraud against Awtrey and McClatchey; ,.,tel tft;!NffP.fII14 fftr:4 ff:;!twN '. . ..
extradited were brought ,
for triaL who. It developed was an Idiot. -of .home. -Iffy', sentence. to ;you, It being alleged that in some ,Instances J' < r'';
This fact It was asserted, had been therefore Is far more severe that a the ballots were actually changed after 1-
M. of ,
Captain;Oberlln Carter the carefully concealed from the house much greater sentence- Imposed being banded, them to, put In the
.engineer who bad of theImprov.ment '
corps, charge r.NORTH'
and Mr. Hopkins Intimated that thesewho box.
works and upon those who commit offenses which
Greene brought forth were working In PHONE .. -l
demonstrate by their ..a..ce.and KISSIMMf. : NO.
Gaynor contract was courtmartlalediy Intere.ts' .; i (:.!
the of: the steamship company that they are brutes without discourse PREACHER ROUTS ROBBERS.
for his complicity 4n the. alleged always anxious to land undesirable .of reason-: ,- ,

r 'frauds,, and' was sentenced to be dishonorably Immigrants who were outside the "In. .view of -your conviction for Reverend 'Was'''Asked 'to."Hand. Up" : C. W. GRIFFIN
the '
discharged army ,
and to'aerYe a term Of Imprisonment requirements; of the law. oraboszlement,' I duty In and Made Surprising Move."Not ," w.
obedience to the statute relating to 'on your Hfe" was the response
"cT .five, years PARKS ENDORSED BY Q. A. R. MEN that crime to Impose on you''' a tine made b,' Dr. J, L. Brooks of _Washington

G DEADLY WORK. equivalent to the .inoIJDt.ombezzle.!. ,, D. C-. when Invited late at Fancy GroceriesFRESH

ASHESDOING Approve Plan to Have GovernmentMark "Your terms" of Imprisonment win ,.night by a.'highwayman. in Dallas, ..1 Family ,
Atlanta Battle Grounds.A aggregate as expressed technically In" Texas to hold up his hands. Suitingthe :

Their.Weight Causes Collapse of Many.: national military park on the battlefields the sentence.f years In the United'. action to the words. Dr. Brooks .

Bultdlnga,. Near Volcano.. around ;Atlanta Is an assured Hates, penitentiary! at Atlanta knocked the, man down and then MEATS:; .

From all Quarters reports are re.ceivod certainty If the congress of tho Unit'ed "I may add however'great your mortification turned to the mans eompl1 lIOD., when $

In Naples that the 'situationhas 'States will -support the wishes an] no."eJUI'' case Is by no both quteklydecamped.Dr. I;

ameliorated, but ashes from Mrs: the desires- 'of the Grand Army Veterans 'means hopeless. The sanitary conditions Brooks chased them four '-or .Delivery,,every dat, at any bpur;, patronage oliclted. .

Vesuvius'Are' falling everywhere, the now residents of Georgia ant and food secured by the humane five block, and'then notified the po

hbuses are collapsing and burying tho South CarolinaAn management of JJiat great prison both lice. Dr.. Brooks, Is' a Methodist minister t

occupants nd'roads near the volcanoare srpphatio, endorsement }of the .will be far better ban that to which ', and was attending the Ue had.

no sooner opened .than' they are plan ,was given by the department of yon are ..accustomed.'I Ist Educational convention of Texas .

closed again by falling cinders. Georgia In Its eighteenth annual en- trust that you will emerge fromYOUI" in session at Dallas. .. ,.. ,... ,. -., ,, t.9 r
campment Friday afternoon. '..
\ Imprisonment restored In health : : ,,', .....' .
and In strength and tharTor the rest : .
HE DENIES PEACE OVERTURES- of your lives you will recall the word ')>
. .->>: 1 '
Village of 'Brlggs 'Almost OsstroysJ. .I. and cherish Its. teaching of the'psalmistThe : Property Agtregatlng $000,000 Chang:' : .. MOJVEy, FO'R'Elaborate' .' FARMERS, . w,.....,.?..w
Dowte Says He Is Determined, to Fight little that the righteous man "
Three' Victim.; Thirty ,Injured, It Out With Zionists. hath Is better than the riches. .of.many es Hands In Mississippi., u.ta have been made at type of fertilizer was needed- -for' a ?

The. little town of Brt cs, Texa.+, A dispatch Dowle wicked.! .'** ' - A- deal for th&. purchase pf':$soo'- | many of the stations, particularly in given ttwp. v
Chicago: says: the East and the South.: 'In order to Instead of purchasing manure* front' .
was swept .by a tornado about!; five tlmber'iands whichmeans .
worth of and'
' has upset' the ,,plant:f of' a, peaceable HONOR.JEFFERSON. determine tbd value of the worthlessness New York and Philadelphia for" fertilising .
o'clock.Thursday afternoon, and lit.I adjustment of his troubles with Zion the :ocnetructionof: ; a, railway, of soil fertilisers,'says the Amerlean sweet potato groun&ssbad been '+'

most'eo mplet lY:de.tro'ed.-Three. PO''". : : up the Pearl' rI.el'-valley"was'elosod' Illustrated Magazine.. While .the the custom the station advised a combination o'
church,' as previously"announced) : Early Missouri Press Association' Pulls Off 'like- .
sods ..are"reported killed and thirty ot Jackson, Miss;. tThur. a,, the pur'chase use of bacteria for Inoeulatlon'maf of,various fertilizers 'a* *
4 Injured I Thursday he directed his attendantsto Bl I Five hundred Missouri democrats c needed to bring abonXJthe most !, .
announce to all Inquirers that thereport transferred 1 fertilization yet large amounts are potato
formally ;.
The school1' building was completely attended'a banquet at the'ididland hotel : still spent upon commercial fertilisers satisfactory'results. More than SO.OOOi*
that tie was about to compro- The ,transfer embraces in-er'soooo *"
demolished, and every business In Kansas City Friday night given'br and It will probably. some time before : ''acres of ground, in New Jersey ail ,
*either''' mine with Overseer Voliva and his: followeMwas -, ', the''' Missouri! Stats' Democratic acres ofyellow pine 'and -hardwood they shall be all abandoned. In'fact given ''up ,to ,the cultivation. of ?the '
In town was- badly .damaged antrue.. He. said'that he* Press Association to .commemoratethe .timber, ..lands. ..' something like 950,000,000, Is annually sweet potato. and the cost of produc-', "

or deatr yed; The L'town contained would conduct, a legal'contest In the birth, of ,Thomas Jefferson/ paid-out by the farmers of.the tlon ;has thus been .lessened rh.from15 '-

t\ about 150 1 1habltan courts and 'get-Lie: property back. CIVIL! SERVICE .FOR IIT .- United States fqr fertilisers. to $10 per acre.'making aa tQawaat'! :

r Jt It 11'unquestionably true that much saving of nearly or quit fSOMM -, ,
EW.IMMIG''AT'ON'BIL': : LEGliCATIVE'SESalON EXTENDED MOTORISTS. FORM ASSOCIATION 'of"Commilllorf- Arrive 'at fraud has ,been practiced'' Upon) the In .this section.-- a* Ia.,, nae7sOtbjllYit: ,
) \, .- '* "" .. farmers In this direction. ,Ja New Jersey stations' the> Information
;,:Reported. ,In Senate Will, Be Great' Interesting :Meeting Held 'at.''Atlantic Panama With Shontt- the station showed the\,farmers farmers la the'.way of methods of Mir
:MltsisilppvOovernor) Gives SolansMorsjTIme l A wireless message received In:!Key! ; '
for together and purchas. .nUnc.wectpelU result In a sav
? Third for thl 1so th; Beach-To Work Good, Reads. that by clubbing
jf ''ot8peclal; Interest; the southern :: o"8tat.'Cod.. Those Interested id the bunding'of' West,from Colon. Panama..'onaoaaces: ing the raw material of which the \ Ing of tbousande .at dollar :a.'year.Without : ',
; A 'Jackson ''Miss- dispatch the arrival there ef, the'steamer Finance Ullsers composed they could the aid of the;statson*. ore. *.
i y;; states Is1 the new'lnvmlgratloVblll m !says good road throughout the' 1IOUth. .. are lel'1 1
,- ''having oq'. board'Theodore .F .. and'vegetable tracts as well, fas? .
cent. prds
ported to the tf.DtlHnghamof Governor sVardamaa-t: Batnrdsy: trans 'peclally a.maln trunk line from,1Uet.movc1.V. .- ; from tf to 49 per The '
". senate amendedEby > Shunts chairman,.of: the' Panama c** saving in cost,to thefanners-, need.* 1a1:tom_,case* entire sUai are* .
'; :v.nnont.'Id\.wUl.; :. be -mItted-to the leglslatoreVst+ toJacksonvllle: ,.Fla. "'met .
a proclamv' ; Itconstant
to 1M
nat commission> his secrets ry. TY-'I*' state b- this .one /tea ure alone Is area* would Abe ,
the terms of this'bin,the Immigration tloa extending!. 'the session nU1'.sit. I In an,enthu.tutlo..eeafon"at'atlanttoflea : ,j'epperman; A: Wi Cooleyy" of the clYI from $$75,000 to $100,000 per" yearf4 Thissudonyhas. IMercllm,'*tar 'the aeftattv I

rlaw'will.opgo'si way' for,U e southern at 'rdta' 1? order:: tesbomp1et.1 thi': ., .Thnrsday.: sad perfected service '''commission.: < F;.IV. 'K > ,' also ,,demonstratedithespecial ; advantages, so toMdall-| ..... ts\k-
Istates';;to;secure a''fair*proportion::'of the organization of the Boutltern'Maf* mark of the'most rtgnfsWnt frig ;
skits I gluychief d e amloerl,who.will l stabsu1 food: Deed_. of.certain'plants, one
tho de lral.. Jmmlgratlon: work on'the new code. :'Theseato" ; J staUona.
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__ Jm.ddr. dNotice -

...' Legal Status of.. I Official I .can of Application For: Tax j I :

.lth WMtti. The Drainage Issue Deed Under Section 8 6Y INNEX'SALOON Orlando/Fll* l
,' tact. Ws.kbyO.l."C., .:. .. I.For Democratic: Primaries to B* Chapter Laws ot ,
l Held la OsceoU Florida .
a : > ".>......,.... Couditiosm Under W kick . Laua County. F1. } 1'f "
wer.Orlgl.atly ; N event said to their Orasited to the
are east OwMala parrhassr at Tax i-vrtlAVate No. IWU 4at-:
'' A ms.nrrs of tli ..tat., fownooratteEmail ..
before. but AOrlj Is now past d the 1st day of June A. D. Ice. ass
,.' ? 1 life, and the Valley ,Oacette State *.Commltta... lurid at K___ Flaon I Sled said ocrllncMta In ...,. (MO.. and has mad
; ...>t said shadow; ; by announcing The people, as a .whole, are always the list,cia) of Matah' IMC. pursuant to ad"lourmmnt app'l-tatlon with law. for tax deed to Issue In __rde....,*' To My. Friends and

,, Mates; sill I with good roads to anxlou to get at the truth of any Said certUcst embncvs the followlndesrrlbnd j /1.. .
...t aforesaid shadows and proposition but the railroad land Tb(Mowing eaU for a primary election. wet property sltuaufd. In Ocala eouuty, ''Ir : I
upon .I.
.eJ...right s.a to aid the oust we will be a grant que.ttun In this State has been adopted, ....wltl 1 1NotlMU Florida 8w.X,of...-..IU f J< Smitlon M, Tp. 25 8 R SO E. ) ... .
t\It.\ ( --.d.IIed. Not a.loglecandidktetwm so much mixed up by one side claim hereby glen that there will be. ..- Th! meld land bolng amussed I the Into of ')'- -' S the Public' Generally
t. asbeuad has reached our celestial city. Ing this, and the other side itomeibiog! eratta primary election>eld In -.I.ItIoq-'. the lusuanot of snob e.rtlno..t.-'h.. Dam of '
'""S.'tM yell. :' of the partisan Is kept lo'jsaJbeyawce else, that. \\QIII'ooe! ba".tudled the dUtHcU of Oweola _Dtor. KlorMa." on Mar IS. a .
/'A; ibevld bar' laid on the shelf question carefully It it Impossible to I 190. and If...:.....- oa Jan* U. ISO*., for u.. .......In. tn said law oerllflcatvi tax deed. lib will alt)Issue be redeemed Bereoa aoe on .1 .
t make bead tall. of what the nomination of all Dentotratlo the Vint day., l>. ,
'o JUKI our young warriors' are at a loss or out pa endl4at r. Ut.andoountr. Man A. 1U06' ..
to know following .be to be voted for by the Democratic . Wltiieiamr flfflnlai sl"ainr' and veal Ibis :
a; just what principles they are summa .Iturtiuo elector .(real] the : of( .. r '
per.fair 9mp/ > l"Ufl.
qty April
:," afiteoted to hurrah for. Our .moreeitlsens up of the : at the general election to be held, November 6th. K. L. tKHI.KY. I have purciiased'Metcalf' s Annex Saloon( in Orland

.r sedate however are oulmly In 1841 the. Congress of the United 190. and to be appointed. by the Democratic ovrnorof .. Clerk Olrcnil I'ourt. '\.
viewing the situation States granted to the State of Florida the atat .between the date of noktlna- i Odcvnla County Flurlda..
and preparing B* W,. 8. and I will give attention to all' orders f;
arils Judgment by previous to enable her, to erect capitol buildings such primary election and toe holding of the primat'J' : D.O. prompt. < ,'
election A. D. ...
and make other Internal improvetnepu -
t oodittons.. patiently await the in '
''t c IMS tax! cavalcade, and decide the* '5OO.UUO acres of land, and aid'TheYollowlnc. otnoara are to be nominated at Sale of .Real -Estate. !,, Whiskey, Vine or Beer entrusted to me, and la
merit of those wbu are ao soxluussieve. to later In It&ti, In order that. the State primary election to-witi Under and by virtue of an order and decree. fcW; J .
the county for the' of tbeMovie. might offer luduoemeots to railroads I' 1 Representative In Conareaa, aennnd, congriailonal sued out of and under the seal of th. County
.Meaowhllethe good regbtrstlo.rrmeer n to build within her border*, granted dtatrtot. Iud..'. Court*In and for the County of Oaoeola rite all my former patrons to 111ako'lilY place.their, ];

Is swearing la new recruits and her every alternate section of land |is I Railroad CommUalonera. 4 and State of Florida, dated the Slit day of March. "
f ,t ebs! >*r number-cno! be Inferred from the a strip twelye ((12)) mile wide from the '. .I Juatloea of the Supreme Gourt A. D. 1900. to me directed I will offer for sale and headquarters when in Orlando.LOWEST '
tact that a requisition ban to be made Alabama line -south "to -1'emaoola.; 1 M.lthe Ilouee. of KepreaentaUvea.. rU..tpublic outcry' to) th* .ha.h..,. bidder for ,
i.la8r1 week.' for additional enlistments then east. to Jacksonville, then south\ 1 County Aaeaaeor of Taxea. cash. In front of the court houss door at Kt.l.... - ..- -
) jgap In order to supply the demand Kej .. Previously to 1 Tax Collector. mee City between the level. hours of sale on Monday -. - -
t r "Xfaa reorults are full of enthusiasm ybietlatterr grant in 18r)(). the United 1 County Treaauper. the 7th day of May. A. D. 106. th, following : ,
r .-.nd. srlll Lbe .old /mates:: granted to }Florida a* well aso" '6 County Commlaalonera.IMemberaof . drlbtodtato., towiti'AU of Lot Four PRICES S
.,'- rans hen theme alb.hat fought in i I -number of other Stales, every.orty County Board of Public Inatrue- (4). (except Ifteen (1ft) acres In the nw corner .
j JMayy, and boUt recruits and veterans> ((4t()) acres of land. of which -Hon '. belonging to W.X and T.. L. "Mossier and three r'r'S
;. ann .''UDI, la- recognising-claim of 'twenty (00) acne. were **>wauip or low Supervlaor of ResrlatTa.tlon. and. one-half(d 1-2)acres. to Lb.Florida Finance Co. ,; BY .T' E GALLON '
sjresteemed 'fellow ollixen, 'W. U. enouii b to be overflowed a portion of 1 Member Congr. and Commlt_Snd Diit. and on. acre In a*corner to J.8. Oll..nd )40 '
etlodwin; that gentleman's modesty the year." 1 Member of the Oaoeola County Democratic yards square In n*corncrX In Sea. 12. Tp. tit 8 R BYE r
forbade the usual form employed by In accepting this "wamp and overflowed Executive Committee tot preclncta Noa. a. I and 8. SS Eeont.inlns SO....... Also begin at ne corner 5 from $2,00() up .
to candidates: thai they bad been solicit ." land from the United States: tjuetioeof the Peace and 1 Conatabla in auch Of aw 1-4 of sw 1-4 See'. Tp. 118 RitE. run .

"esi by their many friends, but Mr. KOvemuJent It became neueisory for district'1 a*; have vacanctaa, ( west 40 yds s BOO J' the legislature to create a board of County Surveyor. a 440 yda to" place. of beginning,
Codwin might have .ald.o and told trustee. to out the conditions of The rulea i.........Lr..I nPl__ .'_...._ _.._" .I.enrmoi'.I., Alsnal-fnf containing_ *" .' .
carry -- ant
2se truth for at this 11
*9Usct heartily approves every voter bis aspirations.pre- i tbe trust' as the act- 01 Cqngressgranting b*the earn a* those adopted; a-; the Democratic::: strip 11 fort wide of the ;south; end; ;' .;t said 'lot) t In GIN 'from $2.00 up

t' Tbe future board of county commlsaw4k these lands*ssidt Executive, Committee at their meeting held. In Section. IS,.Tp 86 S R 2S E oontalnlnai !711acres.. ., .. .""'C"-" "
>o.I. should consist of the best. maoaBrial "Pcovlded. however. thai the pro. Jrk.onviU.onF.b.t41506lP!) governing atataprlmariee more or loss, the same being the property of ih*
't'' the county 'can afford and >asftaorough needs of said lands, whether from sale ao far aa shell b* applicable to estate of Jamee Yates,, deceased and known as . / OTHER GOODS tIN -
n.. and impartial inspection of or by direct appropriation. in kind.Iball the county primary, Thoee and only thoae '_ the June Yates home place on which there lea
be far sons hall be permitted to............ '
Gfaa acts and doings of the ,old board applied exclusively as as candidates be dwelling and about 80 bearing orange trees, eta PROPORTION
istiiluld decide whether these acts were necessary' w the purpose of reclaiming -. fore or vote at or. participate the manacoment _ W. B. JOHNS-TOM;Commissioner.Notice .
within the limits of legislative purity. said lands by means of the l levees of said primary.....tlo... who declare their adhernca '- I ---- II
and drains aforesaid." to the principles and orcmnlaation of urTaxDeed j. + *<+ + *
of the
;OAi agent invaded' > our shores last I .
l ,,
Uaderthl.'act of 1850 the State DemoeraUe partarr atat and
'r.eek trying to induce our people to reoelved county, wasare ,
ibave their pictures enlarged; it was at. over 20.00O.OOO) ( acre of and by the laws of the state lawful electors of the Under-.Section $iof With many thanks for past favors and '
Jlret supposed.thatbe. was a candidate and by an act of tbe legislature in election dUtrtcte {In which they vote, who Chapter 4888 Lawsof ,
snaking his circuit; 'the: mistake was 1865 a Board of Trustees of the Internal have paid their poll taxes legally due not less than Florida. .. soliciting a continuance
soon corrected ,however! and that Improvement !fund consisting ten days before said primary election. and who .. your pat-
'tteman was allowed gen.hispeaooful of the governor; comptroller treasurer shall when challenged by an .... ..' pledge In Notice U hereby siren thil A. K. DuD'nan.: :
to proceed on ; pnrt'ha'ora of Tax CertlDi'stNo.. 4.KI: dalvd I
avocation' unmolested.Our attorney-general and oommlslioner writing, upon oath', before an inspector to abid. the Mh day of July. .. .t. D. Ite9. bas. Clod said ronage, am, '
rural' friends the of agriculture, was created and by and aupport th.result of such primary, andaupport renlHcat* tu ray om".. end baa mad* applica
are busy .oD Into their hands the nomineTh .._ tIt_. Lion for tax deed to Issue In .
6nD placed "irrevolc -
wan : Yours
----" truly
; crops are looking well the -' I. 8 ld pertinent embraces the following, ,
j''dreai.ner continues somebat dry' but ably" all the swamp and overflowed polls shall b*opened and closed at the eeraral dcarribed p..rty.IL awed, la Oscaols oouuty,
..- mere are In order and the future laud received from the'general government. lection districts at the boura fixed by the Florida,"pall:
8< 14 of n* )W sec 16, twp 211. ,-lII e-40.cres.
After the. darkreconstruc law.
uropeots > .. Fruitdares I The sell l UO'l bellllJ s...i-.toil at the date of
are still.holding their own, thereed Lion 'days were past and Florida bad Th voting shall U by ballot on tickets furnished .' the mansrnce of web certificate. In the Dam of R. T. BUTLER.JUG
';:' I spider' bas been troublesome inme come w her' own again, an era o( railroad by th*state and county executive committees un know....
i localities but we discover nu building set in, and any railroad and at the 0....of each election. th Inspectors and ooMlugb4.w Unless said certlflrato tax deed. shall will be Issue redeemed thereon... .

sq eoeral invasion of. this destructive company that 'would agree to build a clerk shell proceed to canvas. the ,;,ito In accord"no th* bird lay. ill April, A. D. MM
line could secure from the legislaturea *with the state law. and....U at one forward Witness. rav omrlsl.lgnsture.r d teal this the TRADE
In lieu of candidates, stockman i land grant of from 5,000( to 20,000) () the return to the chairman of the county __II.tI" (.....1..11'ln4. day of'March.. K.,L A LKHUKV.D limn A SPECIALTY. .

y And cow boy are the principal sens a- acres for every mile built. Tbe boardof .committee.Th Clerk Circuit Court O ceol. ronoiv. Florid.. '
Usinal. elements. It. Is rudely estlsated I- trustees old Mr. Dlsston and bis *assessment to bs paid by th. various candi. BT W II HARWELL D. C. h.
that 17,600 head of cattle bareWaaeed associates 4.000,000 acres and grantedthe dates dug bile follows

through our city during the Uiistoo Drainage C mpany beside Representative . . .. ....-r.... .. .... ...t20.M Notice to'Creditors
"P ,Met i three week, sometimes two or what was deedec' to the various rail Taa".n: ,. ..:60.00 egitees
-, idiree droves pasting through a day, road companies under! tbel legislativegrants Tax Collector. .. .. . .. .. .. ............. 60.00 and Destributees.All I
my many of them presented -a Hue and so rapidly did the various County Treasurer...... .. ..... ......... ......24.00 persons having rlnlms ear.'''.' the cslal LIQUORALL
) appearance,. but a large number show boat'd. of trustees dispose ol these CountyCottunlssioner.. .., ........'. .......... 1.50 of County: Henry W. Burner, deceased. i.te of ao-oia
81a. of
tI.i '* -thedtesstroueeffectof last. winter's. land that In 1901, when the Jennings Member Board Pub, Instruction............... 1.60 for psynretit to the Florida will proseut 110. name
'r ._$-etarvation.. administration assumed the reins of Justice of Peace.. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. 1.00 tofted, within the tlm uudanlam.1proVenyat fireacrlnod: by law: ,01- .
"':' The health of our community cooJaues government. there> remained only about Constable. .. .... .. .. ........ ..... .... ... LOO the sam. will b* forever 1c'I.LP. .
,<* good.i Mr, Arch. Ba. bas 3,000,000 acre of these lands, while County Fish and Game Ward. . ... ... ..1.00 idmlnlitratrla'' of Estat NANCY of Henry W.: WIIITit.Barber THE LEADING .BRANDS OF, /
sakes the hoe in band and appears to there were claim against/ them )field Supervisor of Registration..... ..,..... ... ....5.00 PnoeaiwdAdministrator's .
i .'-tetpro: e with. every strike be makes at by'' lobe various railroad companies AU candidates art required to file a written application
.tf e grass surrounding Lb. cane end amounting nearly 8,000.00> acres. to have his name.appear upon u..offlcuU Notice.f '
; .aKM-a. Lee has resumed the plow After considering the matter care ballot on the blanks' by the eommltteeaooompanled / All twraoiis. hnldlav claims or demand"upon WHISKIES
t! .handle and Grant continues the all-i fully the board of trustees of tbe.Jennings with the fee above oat forth with T. the estataj. of'Thom.. 811 ss, deceased. ., will rare>
at ant sam lo m* for pajrmeat. pmp..rl.* attested
administration Murphy chairman
decided of
sroaod workman postmaster farmer that the th* county democratiecommittee within item Ume
law. or th* .
carpenter'drayfnan: cow boy, etc., swamp and overflowed land granted on or befor the Mth day of April. A. nan* wl I b* forever,barred and ri t nsrs.u.lo- am (yea
j Mr; Joe Williams Is still confined to the State. under the act o*> ItioO D. 10* d"html to said e.t-1* will mak Immediate
_ '1' ','40 the house with foot. trouble.. Mrs. could not be granted to the railroad' Th Democratic Sxoeutiv Conunltt shall meat settlement with the lrlgned.' S. W. MILLER. '' : "

r''EtUDblln Is still improving and theawrvlvlojr companies, as tbe act of.Congress specifically on Monday. May ft the county court lour Admlulitrsiorof the Estate of Tho.. ... Bllaa, ., (,.,,.Iniported and. Domestic_Wines, Ports Sherrie Z'
stated lu Klselmmee Florida, deoeaauHl ''' ' '''7.1' , .
twin is doing well and this that they must be- used and publicly canvsas th He- '
baronial April weather is having the for their own reclamation and drainage turns and declare what Candida are ,nominated ee; fAngcllca.: :' Clarets, Sauterne. ; Rhina Wines ,;

effect of driving out old pains without. and as a consequence the Louisville by majority) vote for each county office and In j,"" MtoSffiji',- m, *. "i' ,*, ' .
1 1. fusing any' new ones to replace them. & Nashville Uallroad Company what mar a'second. primary will hams to b* bald Imporled 'and Domestic <- t. '
'Y Easter Sunday was observed with the brought suit in,Judge Swayne'a courtto ,-, T. M. MURPHY. Jil1PFA Brandlos, Gins, ,11uiatand .
:cutomary ceremonies by our EplscoQallan compel the board of tI arises to Attest-- Chairman. Scotch Whiskies. r
i and Roman Catholic. churches deed to them the land till due them W.J. 8. Carr. 8.etINSPECro ,
.mad tbe rest of us enjoyed the besutlfail about,. 1,600,000 acres This case 1* ,
44 sunshine and gentle! sephyrs. which till undecided and tbe present boardof !
..-atne with It. trustees Is fighting the case on the R8 AND CLERKS., tt

Dame Rumor Is about to present us same grounds as itu predecessor. The-following Is a JUt of 4)'Inewcton..... ; '
, i ", .ith a new ,railroad and one of. Bro.> The question binge on one point: cUr s for the primary atoctloai to be held'on the THE FAMOUS i
.Ardh'sMilsbigao. mlllionlaree, (from Could .the leglalature'after' accept- 16th day of hay A. D. IMMk and to act In the seo- J td
.$3. C. however) in company with Char-: tog the land from the United State ond primary'June12lh. A. D. ItO. If such primary < -, ,}
tie MoQualg visited the country south. government: ..which, .were to be used la held: Cream. ,
?WP-*w*? ,'.( us with the avowed purpose of pur- exclusively for their own reclamationand No 1-Ira Weatherbee.O .. of Kentucky:

**! >3baslng: .two.hundred 'tbousand'acres drainage, and baying placed them W Aahton.J .. Carstairs .'
.*e>f land. "irrevokably-iothebandaof board W Seymour. Rye Ij I

TheCape saw mill bal.'about oom.pleted of trustees, 'still grant ibem to rail C E Y_.11, "....k. Echo Spring Ryo.
r' Its engagement at Whittier}' as road*? No. fc-J H SUflle.Jr,'
nearly all our people bate fine, stacks! 'The Supreme Court of Florida bag W L Mosler.O Lebanon Club Bourbon .1
.0' lumber.I 'We may look 'for ad. already decided that lobe ,act of the C. Branson.W Dont 'be CrossIf Wilkes

,.'; .mltlonal..building.. during. ,tbe. next few legislature 1855 which created tbe W"'OI'7. clerk.No. County Corn. ;;
(ocaootb. (board of trustees was valid and con .1-0'F 8lsgI toy,- Old Jfarvest :
Our merchants have finished their stitutional..Thenext question for it when cooking .:
A J StricEland, I IHE you get
n"' daportatlon of spring' and summer to decide is: Had the. legislature any Brown.C I

*V goods and the itock, for, Inspection. Is power to grant tneseawamo and overflowed T Pratt eterk. poor results. It may _; /
d pleasing to the eye. _' lands .to the railroads? If it "
Our'Baptist.. : friend bare .added decides tbat'the legislature bad nu No. 4-Wm Goblet. 4 not be your fault but CHASE'S BARLEY MALT
s .swinging lamps to the interior of.their such right It leaven the. board of trustees HI.Warren. .. THE KING OF. ,
a floe church and there Is now a pleasure free to dispose uthe lands or H 0 Thomas.J the fault of the ingre- 'Distilled
+ .la their night meetings.. drain them 'a* it sees fit. But if on L Deeeon clerk. especially for,;;
The Patriarch of the L .I.I.... de- tbe other band the court decides that No. I-Yule* Rauieraon. .> -dleuts you")linvo user -=medicinal '

t parted for Orlando. viaKisslmmee/ last' notwlihitanding the act of Congress J W Tracy.Qulnn . IOTTLEWIEERX1.65 use .',
8 saying these land be 0...
': must used "ex BUY YOURGROCERIES h j
ft ill caught a bas fry, with book clusively" for their own reclamationand D i Sumner clerk.No. -_

Aod line, and'all .wltbin.LbeDrawdy drainage; notwithstanding tbe . '-ACBass., .
*.*nansoQ are attending. ,to.. their regular fact that the act oMSCS, which crested JJ Harvey.Youna CANADA MALT
duties 'the board of trustees afld pieced !dhese TindaD.R .

Alls Clyde Barber 1 Ii on a visit' to lands "Irrevocably1 .ID tbeir ,hand, A Bartow, elerk.No. ._ < Oi us'and you will find PER and other brands of,
: hr sitter, Mrs. Battle Fertlo.. was declared valid and constitutional, T-G M HubbardC everything DOZEH
"+ y Some of those who are aplrlng' tiV"Offloe the legislature, bad the right. to grant Frank Walker. Whiskey too 'numerous'' '.

should exclaim .with the poet. these lands to the railroads, It mutt RH AUyrman.. fresh, pure and satis -*= to .
t "O wad some power the gifty I'le1.. reverse its decision on the act of 1866 W W mention.-. .;
To: see ourselves .. others see us." and place the State: of Florida! inthe clerk. factory. In Itbo'end y .
k t- . position of repudiating the trust NotlMOTradauVJEEnnle at..... 4
I. raood'JadJgmert \ which the. United: State*} placed la its Jt Is cheaper to buy

1 "r"a ijtanl the iromen.essential Intaluable Cbaracterlstto"to '!good I bus men bands..Thai the' Supreme- Court will. decide r Oliver W Hill.0..eJerk.. really good'Groceries. .Whiskey Bottled In :BotrilBass's

a ,floess men and necessary to UUUSVisaTlvaM. it according to the law, as they see 1... 'T.M. MURPHY. Chairman ,
/. .\ A.woman shows goodludgunseat Is what all ,wbo know our Supreme t. W, ELLIS..Clark .HOGAN A-: FLOYD. -t."f.. '
1. when'she Jbuya Whl...'. Cream Court, believe, and it is to' be' hoped I .. Ale \
? "Vermifuge fdr- hernt> by. Tbe bee that lhl .qu, siU>o, l In which so much Is Stout
i attuf rm medicine ever" offered to.moth. Involved will be decided ere long. Why C Just ,Because
4 .....j Many Indeed",are. the ''sensible1 Another question blob. some of the. have a torpid liver when Herbine, the ( .
'.IdI C.b..... who' write,;expresslncr their paper. .of'\b\ State: are raising 1*:' only liver l' flula1.OrIll belp your does jour. cough is only la the throat and BY :THE GALLON'
1 for tbe Why does out tbe. board of There U not trouble you now, don't think "
is drone good health of their trustee DO yeas era why you should RYE: .
that It tom
: obey the 1. T- needs no attention. When It '&Z2.OOup
,t. which they owe Ukthe use of t paised,, several; years suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation ha
: /White's Cream Vermifuge. ,Bold by ago requiring them t.o. Iuroal / .themonies.ID Chills and' Fever or any liver complaints' not had much of.. start Is the
time to check it.< The CORN: from
sOoberson's. Pbarmac'v' ,-. their. hands over 'to. the when Herbine will cure slightest cough : gsa.oo ''tip
C I State u...asurr'to be by him turoedI V..U,' Walte,'Westville. Fla writesi you easily leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitisand
'"A .t: rrry Low Rates To I over, U>' the different counties to be "I was sick for month with chills Consumption. A bottle of Dal- CH2ST. from: f$:a.OO up.;
'::, :.. ;: :'iAJew'Orieall.o4: ueed In lard's Horebouad Syrup 'will '
I turn Accountoftbe building ityvd road*? and fever, and after taking two bottles care' ,' '
r't441CoDlecirate\ Veterans ReuaionUie n- i It would probably be wrong' to ao-, of Herbine am well and healthy." that. oouorb. Tbe- price puts It within AND ALL OTHER: LIQUORS ''IN PROPORTION It
\ rUc. Coast ZJne.will soil tickets to New i cuss tbese "papers( aOI"l.rlOl' motives . Sold by Itoberson's Pharmacy, reach of jail. Sold- by. Roberson's /
1'\ ),: +IE1pjeaos' and return at. extremely'low ."d. it: is doubtless .belt'to be--l Pharmacy. ,. i ; ,'
One Cent Per. Mile,traveled.: IlssthallhereedlWrth.vedutlookedl I ;
will be 'told.. ,April. '26th'. .toiluslve very ,.. they I! ': ,..: : : !
';v\ 1f ,.(with final limit. April 'dene so they wuujd\ find that the law Has. 'Stoo'd' The Test, :25 'Years H. W' 'd14'A'
r { -tension-of limit to May 31 nay does not take effect: until ,the board ol.t .: METOALF :C. !
by depoitingLiokeland paying trustees ba carried yet All the"legal ; .' ::
rI.,., obligations" ..of .' :, "
"ff tb trust imposed[ 'Gr.o'Ve ORANGE'' I '
.. t,;. ,.":: =Ie?, .., oal lf'oD 'upon them add ,as the ''trustees ,,COD. s'Tasteless AVE.. 'ORLANDO pLX
.. J ,
.ru.'thll1'-I'u.' .1*' means that the I ,;.
d t''"', ,a .- t ,'Z.,a8teklandr'a ; moral.-obU.t.loD. wfilch.the State: a.-.; ; 'I''
1 1feWoa'p TV'--t tAgent, Tampa. Mmes la.'accepting' these'. lands-the'reclamation. '/. .JUG TRADE A SP rECIALT '
) &,of .. t"laDa.-mu..t-: ) Chill'f I
hoIQiag11eMi17t __ ; nlQ ,
TteiMrtr /pe..i r... ..... aDd.tOI"tJ .''before : :,. c i.., .' .
400101'. ; gets ....... .*at rack .at Kats's. sti1. <: be <> aPyuf If; All -Orders teStc with &' i '
manly pea. Itfert.ed'to !.111',, r ., C.. glace arill
-'rba ; r.caiw
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