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 27, 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: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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r'bliss,wily, 8.t.......... ....., C..**IM.t4 Nv...k.r I*V 1e3,,7. Kissimmee City Fla. April 27 <<. Vol. IX
a....".. .ta+ILYN ...L .. -.I. sterol. aF Parchaa, ... a.V 1O3.. .... c ;j//: ".

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f\\ watt: also W. J. Sears, Sup'. :...... ..................
*THE' SCHOOL BOARD. The retUrns of the Sol)- School Dist '
election at Whittier Sub 19vbuol Dlst. I With Neighbors at'.Whittier. i I.

No. 3 having been received the Board Reported rich Week by O. I. C.fFl4MIf,41w0111fnFSglwlIsl SPRING GOODS ARRi'VINQ.r
motion proceeded to canvassame :
upon : '
r Full Report of the Regular Meet-, aod found as follow.: ..rwsJss4rMiss .--'

Whittier, Fla.. March 31, 1906. f
'i; jot Held April' 3d. We the-undersigned Inspectors and April has been this year' regular .1 ,

190ft. Clerk the1 election held at Whittler coquette times, her wln.onlewal' .
K"ilmmee. Fla. April X o. StockLatest
,t Instruction Florida on the31 day of March to'de- aDd smiling faoe makes us believe Largest .
The Board of Public. '
; that she i* to love-withthe ,
1 .e..lun' aide whether a. Sub-School District son
inregular there being
met of man. then of a sudden her. moodchanges .
shall be established the number of
r7 O.E.'Fraolrllo.'Oh..lrm.o C.
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andwe are treated to a . levied annually for:the
F. Prevatt. and J.' B. Tumblln:. also t
series of storms tears and general Styles
two and the Trustees to .
? W. J. Be..r..Sllp" next years' .
s coolness which causes the invad'rs ofHuntersParadise
Mlautes oflatt regular meeting were serve for the next two years ,do hereby
to believe that they
certify that the following fs a- true
read and J. R. Gilbert Sr,
approved. bsve lost. her good and .sbrluk a.
and correct statement votes cast graces -
q reported a* follow) *; at said election.Total .- oft from her with dread and apprehension.Bventbe Lowest Prices I
April., 104. .
;t KlMlmmM. Fta. candidates to .
.-:: number'of votes cast at, said appear partake ,
th. Honormbl. Board ol Public ...tNe""" ta: of the spirit of this delusive
.ZO election was 19 votes of which '
for O.rd.lountyr)
} I har.wUli trader my rmort .* trauurar of 0.: For Trustees H. T. FertU received maid as they- appear- toe us from a CONSISTENT WITH FRESH HONEST GOODS. '
c nU county for the month of February.A.D.' 1W*: 18 vote. J' F Williams received 18 : distance dreading apparently I a closer, .

e 8CH70L.FUND-,- : votes, W. Rr Godwin received 19 contact but 'then we content ourselves .. "==-.. --
........ 01'"eh" with tbe .
y? P.b .pCISOft. 101 votes A. C. Bass received 1 vote and consoling thought, .. .
.r Te amt rM.i .d.Iran.... oompt.. 8. .. tt ll J. Harveyt'qoeIved 1 vote. that they are the most economical body '
rwUmption : -
Hen 14. To amt.-.... from _* to .\. I' The Board therefore decided and we have yet had to' deal with and For San FYaiiciscoEarthquake ; 1t"Jn.ntnnnin"'Jttntn'nmtmm' m.m ttm1_i
redemption. .. ... ... ....Nov 11Meb II declared that H. T. Fettle W. R. having adopted the'Cheaper plan of : 0
C4. To amt raorimd. from _I., . i iI' Godwin and J. F Williams they having presenting their credentials theymay Sufferers.The '. '
Lr.d.. ..... . tM ,. I i FOR' ,
To amt nod. .,.....w we oB e Wrr tox. 1110I1811I 1071 received the largest number of carry out this principal of economy ,' "
H 1106,. 11'1 during their term of service and thus 1.60
polIa votes the Trustees for the 'next two Sum of $ By "'
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By Pas wrnnt0. p.rltt-....4'. 15UI ", years.For.,Sub-School District received 18 lie avoid monies the heavy which expendatures our lax payers of pub have Citizens of ILI..I..... .1>E': DrGoods, Clothing;;

. -- been compelled to submit to In the .
) 'i.L.-- .... ,....... ...... .. ... . ....1"101 xotes: Against ,Sub-School' District re On Tuesday m .ulDjl the editor of i I .
past. the Gazette canvassed
eel red 1 yoLe.- 1 he 'Board therefore Valley the town '
SCMOOL ava-D II7. "X I. declared the following: Our rural friends have)reversed the with a .ubscrlptloa list for the C..IIi i Shoes Ladf s..ancl. Gents,Furistfegs ; Beginning at the center of townships old .adage"business before pleasure") fnroiaearthquakesufferers.. The peck", .

To ba4na\\t SCHOOL,........aua110..........'. ...-I.:. ... l0ee 1 29 where iborbsses range line dl ....ewnpL"'No.. W06. ...-mP ODO...... ... 4/ loir 34 and 35 moping due west on was an uninterrupted flow of amusement contributed to the fund and In a ,I== GO 'TOE .
7 To tax odUctor. tmx. 1-.... .... ....... 1010114e4 said line to the Kisslmmee UI".r' *, but since the crop< season has short time the neat sum of W7.60 r
thence running southward down said set in, hard work has been the orderof wa subscribed. For the benefit of I E

By paid ........... Mpw.1..... ... ..r... .' il!! river to Baslnger School District; the day. Tbe general crop' prospects those whom we were unable to see the !
'': thence due east on said Baslnger in this community are promising the list will be kept open a few days
'1'0'- ......,...:.,... .. ..... ... ....... 11111 School District lioe to range line corn cane,, potatoes etc., are longer Any others wish log to contribute KANNER & CO. ,
MaOOIoIlVa110.' .S.To . dividing 34 and'35; thence due north .looking unusually well for the season, may send or bring the amount to ;
......... ........ l 01 '
b lut
a t raport. .... on said r.naIIDe to place 'of beginning and the garden are beginning to give ,ihls.otHoe. , oollactor. tuM I***, : To be a Sub-School-Dlst. No. forth their b.o.-...., the grass I* Improving Following' list of those who have 1. :
4.1 3. .. dsitmum Tax Levy 2 mills received . rapidly so that' .vegetables, already contributed: 111 'II ., Low Prices and

By paid warrant .. DOT u.t...'...... .... . f 19 vote....The Board therefore milk butter and all thing pertaining Edwin. BaaJor.,.......,.,, .........,. .Sloeo. '
W. R. Melntrr.. ..........,.....,.......... 1 00 <== headquarters in'' clothing,
To B.LaoA... ... ... ...... ... declared 2 mills to be the tax. levy for thereto ...1111090 be a part of our >Y,Kato ... ..'n.*...-< .. ... ?..,,.,..... to )' .
SCHOOL. .-DWT. IID.Q each of the next two'years. living. I W' *" 0ilUPMMI.. .su. '.!........I....... ....( \ 09 A!! : '

To.........bit raport.To ........ .... .. ..... . 174 There!! being no further business With the advan6lng spring''the OW.A.aibnr...T, ... *.;.,...................?.....?....... loo ;;! I... 4 SPECIAL SALES4 '
........ It .r 1 W :
_pt. Oat 110. radcmptions 11 Board adjourned. till next regular. health of our community continues C c. c-ItU.V.V"'i".4.1'. !;! . ...?....; j i iwJ
... 1001
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To tax oolkotor. tw.1004. 1U .... ..... ... . ...; !.
; ...- meeting. good, the changingperiods producing ,0 W. Dtua. . ..,. .... I a a Saturday aid Monday
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MmP411 *.yd.' ... ..,. I0eW.leiu r ,
1111 a few light ymtom of spring .com : .. ..... ..:..M...t'rill: ....'..'. == : ;- ..ltutuLULULUW1t11U1U1ULUU1U1t1WWWa1
I ..." 0,,. HO. IB. Narcoossee Home plaints but nothing worth grieving N C. Bryaa.... ... ....i..4.rf... or,.*.-' e0 *'
To baUM.b.roP< For Out of Immediate the I). c.1Ao............"... ....* "E \00 .. .. -', -, .,
AID TO OBTAIH BCHOOUkTo Consumptives. danger,. survlvf i'l'tvv/y. \ -
8. It. ;, .
O"--'h... ;u.. .
balano. .'. .... .... all SO lug twin Is still in a critical condition. ItMoD ...'r.......UiA..............,..,.i.nt" .
I,.a. GILBERT.. Cok Trw. 9ekiag to Aid Worthy Poor.of the Mr. Joe Williams is improving Mr. WSir.Jr....". _..._,.a.....- 1 1011 "
8. M. ..,.... .. .... : 1011
The following paid and cancelled State.Narooossee Arch Bass Is well enough to hoe cane : A .......................yuY.p... 1 'QO TO THE
warrant amounting to., the grand and Lee so far recovered as to be ableto R.O.inw..Ili ......eot..?............. leG c
total to the sum $102.80 were burn April 22.-The go on a cow hunt. So our chronic N... .. .I..0 1 01
ed In elon.BI1U Sunshine Home and'Sanator complainers are' In better condition . ........ "".....;.....,... ItoN.0 KISSIMMEE LIVERY FEED and SALE STABLE
open -...... : .. .i... ... ..... I- ;
were approved and warrants turn for Consumptives, located here than heretofore. The rest of us think .D.r .r.......\..'....><......1.,;u..... soW . ,
Issued a* follows: of which Dr. John E. Ennts is resident we can weather through it no. seriousobstacle 6Y..Du.or .-',. t.:.........j.V, .....al00y .J '
physician'. to"' rive T.Parkr.r. ..., . ...:..... ,.....,. i ooooiiwi" .
MY Smith W. trchnr': ...1 o IJ'I"-I.' ..f'.. ...50 00 purposes ( intervenes. 0b.w B..dr..t.. .. .a..."....... leG J. W. REGISTER. PROPRIETOR.,. ;' V-
...JBJohn.t.w 1....... ..0100 throughout the State a series of moving ;. ... . <.wV. -
The democratic raster misses theInspiration R. D. ; .. ... .: ;. M ,
Mire Ratio uu.... : :.. 1............ ... 440. picture entertainments the proceeds whistle of 0fI\0 Bandt......."..,.sirs J.i u.,........>.... I e.M "fl" J
N e..lu_ I.. .ua Tow. ... .... ... :
: 'AIMr8mith. : I. ........ 4400 to be used to furnish fund' this for Cape's saw nfUeed.bfe'. bayIng W Harwin...,..'.'..''/.!."..' .;',....,..,, X'' ... t. For the best Turnouts In, towu..
1 I.. I'IonioBrFa... : 6.;. ..,en4400 oaringfor.pooroooaumptives'uf departed ..... Reports : ...,.............. 100 "
Me BI7I''' 1,. .4..4400 State who are unable to even the .. i.
pay ..
... ... ... that It Is headed for I *.
.. .ttarto... : I. 4400 say your iSfe-SSv. :'
j to x-- YoIl. 1........,. .. CIO small charge-made by the home which city via Turkey Hammock. .....r.r..yslStoo Best of Stock always ,on hand .. .. }"
>f JEBreh. M 1...... . .. 01 Is only Just enough to 'cover, cost of Michigan\ millionaires from 'South 0.40.-\. _.. .....r.r..u....... 000TM ,

::WBeb. ; : : ::.:....; = 0000 food' Carolina are be'ng entertained in ...8.H"'.... ....J..." ... .. ... .. . transfer in 'with stahln.) A l }'
. Almost dally applicant bare to-be Riv.ra .' .... ,hi. .....t. ...... .eG connection | (;
.WH K : : y Baf... 4400 0000 lieu of candidates and .extensive land 1.,..,. . ............. fMU P,
1 : 'turned away now because they'oanenos ... .__ ... ... ....... '"
:: .. : : deals, railroads eta, are now com ;; .. M eoleG orders promptly attead.edto.. I",
t I t . Mary. i.M..oa : 4000U pay this small charge< and the N' u. .+....' .. r f, :;
_..... tttitll. : _? 40MU.A ,-.*..,(.. 00 borne Is sufficiently well endowedto monly lalked-of in our midst. YalleyO.rtb .......,:.....pu.............. JI' '' .
Eohr .. 0e. 1400 Our friend an old Confederate Vet, 80.. L, a. "_Id.. ..v..J... '
.to MO Bowman.WJB /o54;;;;1 t n bear the burd.o.10 .-- ... .. ,. .. .. .t.,una. JOSJltO '
..... .. ... .._........ .. B. W Simmons, a regular cootrtbutor ..t .t.> .00 SatisfactioHlitmkiNsclr 61aral teet 6L/
.Pl. : ; .y; 00 several of the smallertowns F. M. Murphy . .. .....;..'<.J 1 O* :
.. list of callers and
..... to our weekly
B Franklin.. MBPL.. ..... 'eG ..
( \ prominent ladles have undertaken to P. A, YwAsmw.. ..... 00 ,
. .. .... ,.. \ ,
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CFPr.vatt.MBPl ; : 040 aid ana the entertainment will be given the war has to be fought over' again. BulI e........,...(. ..J..V .SIS .
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Stanford C.ra.Orsvr Co. MipplU. Nol. U DOValuqr everytlae be comes; .
No S.. (71VallwGaMtta under their free of hall : 01 "
aotic auspices
GaMtta printinc.Iwt use I .
-v M 4.. 4 fVaUwGaattta Mann Bass and Joe. Miller'' paid Iea.....i'aslweseiNSliew/Iwf4 I wllAt M 1 ... .
........ .. 4 IIWa .being given. visit the ,1 rt36ith090t10MN. "..= ,
berg during
println- our a past week ; : ''j.
.jr..kCaraonCalumh.rN.i.:..... .;v 47 In addition the'moving himself the former looking after his cattle .interests i. .{41 ; :, :i};' 'i :; : ,....1"t
... .. . osoeola "
J Com rrw. entertainment Mr.8nrderi a ; ; the !hSdMol.Firct 1 :
Oilb.rtSr.. ,T Not . and the latter on general busi iJ.WA i: ;.
,.; ; f.u"lJM ., oured will half : .
consumptive <
;: ::= Sr. .-4-:.... IS give' a pees. ''Wi4' : I Ij .. "
. .
..... hour talk on consumption, its I. ; : : .;aY: ( .
No I. 44
rapplUvaehool prevention
Uakinaon Co.
W B .
WJ Bvua.ralcbt d....achool sub. die I.. .. :, 7* and illustrated by 'slides. Mrs. Rube Johns' was a visitor at .w'eslelsesl' +swl.+ +...+ilw,1,1,.tI F+lls+us+ ,, .' -.. ..'\;\ ,
Earlr W....... ddllwriae #h" 1 OSSSNIblaek.aountylln.pupU This curel'is heartily endorsed by the Drawdy mansion last Sunday, amother's Tb--'R" j'l
'Grade.. class la '
t pride aroused when all :
CA C.= 'aomr fa DaW sber:sobool 1 O51 the State Board of Health... declared that ahe-bad the finest baby making headway-In the first reader.Two' DEALERS; IN : ,: 1
JH haulm* pupluiMnl SS S mo M OOSlat. Mr. Border desires to Include Jacksonville
boy that bad ever visited Wblttier before bright little pupils from ... ._ .
InMrnit .
ank of Kknlmnnaj on DMN ..
........ _...... .........,......... lei in the Itinerary and hopes to your correspondent claim tobe- enrolled. .' . RII..I"I) \ ,(>. .
'. Uark William. rmtaehool ....... No0..i t 71Mlii hear from some organization that will a fair judge such matters and can Second Grade... All (" / ""
Nora Creekmore resigned her help to make the entertainment' a truly vouch for the truth of this this grade are taking up ''supplement i : ';
In theKt/.tmmeefilghSchool financial success.' His address is A work In arltbm lo. 1' I lf. Ir I
position declaration any h"
and Miss Firsts Oyerstreet was given R.' Snyder Narooossee, Fla.-Times- Tbe Patriarch of the Levi'ltes left .Third Grade' This grade t* "doing. \\ mmEVERYTHINCf\ ;'R'\\ : ,11!;. '

Union. .
the positionUpon our shores'Saturday week on a tour steady work along all I hies. ,r a .'

motion It was agreed that theappointment COY. Broward's '''Proclamation. through your'camp, his failure to return Fourth Grade The "A1? section of ; ..' I #[_E,atl,. .

; of teacher should be Intimate that he has once' 'more this grade has nearly completed Ute .. .. I. .
,.made. at the regular.meeting In June., . Tallahassee April 22';-Governor come under the enchantment. of your. work In spelling for the ,...r. Both "." :. ":.,..J'I../ : ',:;0 'to"f A.r;
A communication was received from Brow.I'd hss Issued the following pro fairy city: sections are making good drawings in

tbe of KUslmmee In whloh clamation:1' : and their books. .
town CJiy Fishing bunting picnicking . ... 4 _
the city agreed to furbish electric Whereas, .A disaster unparalleled in barbecuing have all been suspended; Fifth Grade. N'o.t'of t.bla""eelc"' is. . ''' .' ,' ;"! "" .
light free of charge If the School the history of the United State has the plow, hoe; and garden utensils being spent in reviewing. . d'

Board would have the shool house overtaken tbe State of California in being the prloolnal tools at present In Sixth Grade. Tbe ,"A" class' arehaving : NEW'Jr

properly wired. Upon motion the the destruction by earthquake and fire u... dally reviews on the definition ; .

'proposition was accepted and Messrs. on tbe morning of the ,19th of April The"orange, lemon and peach ''trees In geography and the "B" class Is .. .

Franklin and Prevail were appointeda : of the city of Sao Francisco- commercial continue to hold their fruit and the studying Europe., This grade won the .II .. :. :.. .T", _ft I
committee about having the metropolis of the PaclBo present indications are that they will banner last week. f'I' ,

building\ wired. The 8apt. was In- slope and numerous other cities and be as Innumerable as the ,sand. on tbe Seventh Grade This class 'Das '

.Lructed too notify the council of the town. of said state, which disaster has sea shore. ,"- been. reviewing Eurasia, this week. Saddles . ,Harness .

acceptance of same and to extend the resulted In the destructlpn of hundred i Our candidate foi com mi.. "' 'BK1H SCHOOL.., .' .. 'J' .
thank of the Board to them of millions of dollars In property ..;ar.r ( W. Godwin) 'sill goes it : :
The matter of paying Mr. MoClelland values and the loss of thousand alone; he will scarcely I .have an opopoDeni. :'First Year. These PUPUs'.re translating .. "Stoves ... : :Crockery ; : '
for hauling pupils to the Bamger of lived and ha left (hundred of .-' We' would wish the voters of the battle" of Cannae "Dd..e -, ,. ;, ....

school was fully 'discussed and thousands of unfortunate 1 people stripped the different precinct pay'their. re- doing. faithful work. . -. I )I {.., ;(.

the Board decided that as no contract of their earthly'possessions, without speoti to him at the polls as It would Second Year. That class 'is still r . ,. ::1'; \ ''V- i1.
had been-made with Mr. MoClellsad home and uffertnir even for the please our citizens to have< him receive busy with tbs commentaries' on 'the e'Tinare "GlasIs \' ; ,14o-It.:

i and as Mr. Walker had 'been given necessities of life. as big sr vote at possible at the Gallic war. ,- .. .*! - ; .;. .. 4Paints I.>"\ ;
1 .. I B. Third Year... This class is finish I. .
the contract for the ..ulwi' of pupil Now therefore Napoleon primary election. '. '" itHftt
to said sohbol 'would be Impossible nroward.-OovernoroFlorida, here Large drove of cattle continue .to ine the. oration for the poet"'Archbitoday. '.' ' -. -, =' :
'' OilsWlndow "
for Board to pay Mr. McClelland anything by Issue this my proclamation calling pass through= our city the largest single They will review a' few days of; '' r

for services rendered. upon the people of the State of drove last Tuesday is said to have and then read the4 oration 'about ,the .. .: ,
The return of the Sub-School District Florida to 'promptly contribute of consisted of 1600 head at" ,..rtIDIl.. pardon of Marcellu.. '
Sub- those stores with which. Providence Fourth Year. This class 1* wrestling akdImpletiients4
election at Bassioger, I; find Walite Simmon among the Shades Matting. ; : '
School District No. 4 having been received has blest them In money clothing and candidates for the school board from with logarithms yet* and.'\with the -. nHartIng'

the Board upod motion proceeded provisions, to the relief of the destitute the Foghorn precinct, should the good solutions oflrlangles. 'x T '. .

to canvass ...ameand found as and suffering people of our sister people of the county.see fit .to select HIGH'SCHOOL OCMTKSTKNTS: J'OB', Dl>: '

follows. : '.' .. State. ,. him and be proves as faithful to the
B..ina-er Fla., March) 24, 11106. And I especially call upcta the mayor interest of the county .. be hasbeen Chas. O'Berry. Willie Glbert, ,. "' .'!.,I I '.
The) following 1* true and correct of the several municipalities; ..Inthe to tbe orange culture at home be will Mama- Woodall Call Bryan -p
statement of the votes oast at the election 'State, the presidents of the boards Drove., a c valuable addition to our '
held at Basslnger Fla.:; do tbs, of trade, and the ministers of'..ll de county officials.'ft. Ch... Csrson Verner- .Ellia- ;.Ruby <

2ith day of March 1906 to decide th. nominations, take immedla* such The drainage of the Everglades appears Ellis, Nellie Lupfer. Agents for the fltlSBURGli i l SJEEL. fENCC; ;r

number of mills to be assessed annually steps as my. be necessary to direct to be the main question at Issue Ceremonies."The''local ,

for the next two years and also to local attention to the needs of the for our next. legislature to solve, our ..Unvdfing. : '
decide who shall serve as Trustee for destitute people of California be o'tbat. citizens are opposed' this measure 'camp:Woodmen 'of'''.the Getour prices. before buying; elsewhere! ;. !* ;:

said Sub-School District. \ the next Immediate contributions can made fearing that the drain ''on the State World will unveil a monument erected . :
the hands of fit .. ,. ._ ,.... '
Iwo 'e...: and placed in agents Treasury and on the pocket* of'all already to.their-.deceased brother A. ,EA n' fi.'i .
1Tot..1 number of 'Toles east of- whleh lobe trsnsmittedtothe proper author..* overtaxed people will.,be disastrous Brown at Pleasant Hill, Cemetery oft toODDaCiClaaaaaaDOC :.. .'i,
J. 'E. Alderman received isles in the State of California," '" -, '
For Trustees, In Its result -t', .;_. Sunday, Mar 6th. '
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15 vote: .'O. W. Walker ,received "I',, Herbal IrIYe b -giyetbtwice. : Mr. Loot M.-Whldden Supervisorof The 'unveiling! ceremony ''of the - .., 'It'9.l ..'

15 rote and J. -Walker see Given under; my hand sndthe great Registration passed through oar Woodmen I* very Impressive and will :: f \,,,.
oeirtd 15 vote. tr seal of the State at'' Tallahassee, the cityMonday; DO politics. in'(it just on doubtless' bs.attended by a large 7It '",'

The Board therefore declared the capital,' this, day of' April, In ,, the a cowl, hut 1.1 1 t" crowd Tbe'publicls 1 ;cordially lirvlted 4NEW ;GR"OCERY'' SToRAEt'J a:

r said J. E. Alderman O.I W. Walker+ year of one thousand nine .. ...0 r to attend.' : : ., ji:

: .nd J. H. 'Walker'the. Trustees for hundred,.and six, and the independence : :" ." . , . < ,, ,
..... ,. .of tbe United Slates, the one hundred . . \ ,
rr. .
; the net two 7. la tl :
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Maximum Tax Lev7'S ills received( and thirtieth"S..1( ; .,; .. ,. ... We have Jut opened up at llandy'A Banditf: j. )

t' 15 .ote. Ths''Bosrd''iberefors dy Ni B.. aow ARD your cough obli Ig the throat I, and bare. a torpid liver when Herblne, tb_ .y - *. old stand,' with-.full stook: of fresh .,. 'Mt"FANC'Y' L ./

dared 3 mills ta be tbs tax levy. for' t, Governor of ri., doe not trouble you now, oo'& think only liver regulator, will help joist ANP FAMILY '('OftOCfil! '. "

f .ach of Ibe next two years.I' Bythe Governor I'-Attests '-- that It,need no attention,,..' ?When.It TbU'.DO roes tat why' ym soon..i : \', .
'. The return for the Whittler. eleotiooSubSchool ;2 r AYI'BAw1VRD. . has not bad much9 of' start 'Is' the suffer, from.Dyspepsia.( Ceustlpatioo. ;1 .t .itidi.epecttnily'wUolts'sharipftibtijlablka+,,, --. I ,,
3. : of State. time to check i*. ..'The 'tHgbteut cough Chula and .fever 'or. 5'live'com i. :, { Y.' ... '.' y;
I ; Disk 'No Dot hevla.g ,'r .. ..s.o&7 ..:.. patronage. :.;; ,Free: delivery\ Lo all :ptlt'tarar.. .... .c.! : .
... BroUehltls Urblnevilll you'. :
when cure J
t been received the Board then.adjour.n- .IIl.I.e.0 Pneumonia plaints : ;, &be ,01'1.\ 'A\tt\ ,..:!:} .
I ,?,b6 till Saturday Aprlt.1, J90C. '\,P:f Hu Stood tit**r.*t 25 YswraThe and, 'Consumption, ,.Arboii4e'' of.,Bal- F.' C,.Waltet.Wnvine: .f Fs. > / w. ; ';
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_ "' ; Sa .J J - J . J..S A. AIDOlilgS. TO REBATING w
Mist always near me DUE

iS ,>>>': ,- '''''TE'R >.:.. thought It /she fheui did not owl ay her these fingers:; 'words flew nod she ;i i -

,:I.: the dross Wns-ou, and shflstood'clad in
U rtf Jit'- and,Jn-ber right mlfid, beaming at her'own1 Allege "fmbezilcr Strohbar

'image In the: ';"BI.- f

lW.I1r..I O'N' S. ".ull! this 'Is: better.1)!:)' she now cried Puts JUp Unique Plea.

o;f' sinking on her knees, almost In the attitude ... ..... ...... ...... ...... ....... ......... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... r .... ...... ..... ... ... ..... ,..... ..... .... ..... ... ... -4 j. *- ,
i of prayer. "I will not regret/
.trrr this; I cannot; wbewnsshe Trust... FUach, Decision.It Mosquito League Convention. I SHIPPERS
threw a mocking glance nt the velvet, will be gratifying to the friends The executive committee appointed: SHORTAGE PAID

and rising, hung: It up 'In the' closet of John B. Stetson University at De- by tho recent citizens' meeting at J ,.I .

PI to. I Bjlnna Katharine Green, alather .r loo HTh."' Yte.OOevN ler..k.. nnd brought: forth her bonnet ondgloves. Land to know that the trustees or Tampa. which Initiated tbe.Dlovcwent : .J. '
..M'I'. ........ .'1' ae.eae ee/tNrN.. ...... 'Siiddeiify\ her.hand--flew,: to her that Institution have finally. reached tot the organization a Florida Mn Tells Jury In Atlanta Court.That Af

throat: ;;.,."I 'have forgptten ,my .tolls a.conclultoD'ln1uhmatter, which baa i.lclpal Sanitary League, met formal lane Coast Line 'Officials Are

,?r = ; ,plan," said she, been pendfng for .some (time relative I)" and decided to Issue a call, to tlu Criminal ->
CU "E1r Ya11Y: And the two parted. 'Slmo:' went to' her drawer nnd-took outa U; the feasibility! of the board's accepting ayora and, city councils of all tho ; Guilty of .

'' ;rtwxEAne.: . ._ Mr, Pegr0w, did not hear from the simple locket. It was the only articleof the. gift, of Mirs": Stetson on Incorporated cities and' towns In the .. practice, ., -.
police that night nor the' next nor In Jewelry which her admirer bad ever
t iMr.. Decraw rushed from Miss / the conditions stipulated therein state to send delegates to attend'.i
all the days that elapsed before 311Alpl..D.woll's seen bl'rea r, and she prepared to secret would '
Uogers' presence a woman was passing!: D namely, that the present board' or convention'' forpermanent organization Ajtcging' th1t rebates ,
reception. ('Ia,'p 'It about\ her neck with an air of; .
:,r through tbe. hall against wbom he in- y satisfaction when she bethought lier- trustees find a way whereby a new ;':to-be held !in :Tampa, Aprl.l 27. ''account lor dlsburbumects ,made 'bY I'

e rcrtf ntly ian. ibockaU at his :"dis >-, XXXV. board of trustees might be created It was determined to prepare a comprehensive o'f Atlantic Coast '''';
: faded
courtesy he drew bnok,. surveyed tyltli CHAPTER elf t'o.take n peon"nt |'lie for- him as asent the ;
: Bet-nie-ildt within and the old board retire. sanitary'ordinance to be
a startled air the \Vom p be had jostled DCrOOB TNEnmcmprzoc., : vfhlch she kept shut Line railroad ut (},?"tfu8vUle, Fla.: ). 10
r It.' <* .The proposition was made by Mr. submitted to tbe convention with i,
..d' mechanically .strotcliod forth ills It was 2 o'clock and time for Miss In '
pluced'on trial thlt",
detain But when Mieoppqfd I he'locket she1 t-tetson: two :days, prior'' to his death request th6It be sent to every' cUV, N. Strcbbai.
arm jjct linn But she; withoutnoticing' Rogers to dress for Miss Aspinwnll'sPeceptien. '
this gastaretor his muttered She was lu her roost alone, did not find the memorial flower which and-'hae been renewed since his decease and town council in. Florida asking Fulton county superior court at Atlanta ",

words f>t apology Jmstcnod up stairs, and before her lay spread upon a couch she! lm) once placed there but a faded' by his widow. that it be.-adapted. The ordinance Monday morning.: charged!! with :

'and anbe-lind no cxctii6 for'follow! nt!' two' dresses, one of plain brown cloth paper. Surprised she drew It out find When the proposition' -of Mr. Ste'tcon lf to provide certain uniform sank the embezzlement of two check.

her bt could only rcn( Jils..Joubts and which we well known and the other of unfolding It lead thrse'words before was presented to the trustee. to tary regulations to 'enable every '1>_ which It Is
,fears In tho exclamation! ',: .'. richest velvet that had been. hurriedly she realized what their presence nu nnt:' give $100,000 to the university on condition caljty to protect its health ,and es amounting to 1,710, and i'

fit Is the Portuguese! I ant s'nre It made durln' the 'past week. She IIIoclng" :' ,"I not not to Intrude myself, I1 am that' the present board -would peclally'' endeavor to eliminate tho alleged! hv cashed: : at the Atlanta Notlonal A

Is'th' '"PortnKUfsel! She Is disenlsed; at'these drcescs; and decidingthe to forget I have, wlshwr or hopes. lam retire; It was 'thought best to take disease-breeding mosquito as a factor bank fm August 30uJaSt, the '\

she Is well dlftgulnrd..and looljs 1 1 Ice areepechhle most momentoti question of her to remember 'ihn't Tie' !loves her nnd time for the consideration of the matter In producing sickness. In ida ttitemcnt to.the Jury :-
working, 'woman .but I life. That It is momentous you" cnn' that !It Is for her happiness to loveJ ltn. defendant ...i
know \volk''nud be I am to en 'onrnge.Mils love and tojcnd said: '
her cnnnot deceived discern, from the absorbed expressionof : : By a vote of nine to, twelve, the .j
In the.stoop of her .boulllf''',"' her -tace.and that she.hesitates Is nil ,uiy influence toward the preservation trustees adopted resolutions tore Governor Broward Wires Message. "When i turn the searchlight upou

She was poIiiR up to bias norcrs'ro&ms. equally evldt.nt from the anxiety with In her of those charming!: qualities Ilgn' ortered by Dr. Hobson, pastor of Governor Broward sent the'follow the Atleiitlc Coast Line official" said

She had ..evidently come from which her eye passes from cloth to which In adversity mndo her lovely First Baptist Church. leg message of Iympathy'to .tbe gov the defendant, "consternation will

'the, street tot shf 'wore a!Jbonnot and velvet and from velvet to cloth as she; and which It added to her ,wealth will r crnor of California; reign In' the camp. If my lips are not
a long doak.Jbut wentnp' with noT listens alternately to the suggestions of make her n mntc for tile nobler This'Is "Governor "
Oeorgo C. Pardee, Sacramento g'onlod conviction or by death
jututod and step like one her' heart 'and the promptings or her my future task. May God give me'strength George Garry, cashier .of the Tain by a
npca.tometi name in.
Electric ; California: In the of the I shall make public the manner
familiar with the way. ambition / to acquit myself of It cheer company was drqwned IcHllUborough :
l' "<).(1' 'darllngr'thouffht: hc"1 my And not'hcr eyes atone but: her hands fully, ?" bay, a mile oa Ballast l/eople of Florida I tender you sin whichrebite* urn linen ly lu-i !III...

darling nlreridy under the paws of this betray the conflict that Is going--on Hilary's handwriting! Hilary's Print, while out with a pleasure pay cere sympathy and deep regret for In order to obtain traffic. Upon ship-

trait without knowing It?" within her. For they>rest by Instants words! Jenny Rogers held in her hand t>. ThE. boat.wall'overturned in rough the terrible calamity that has overtaken menu of minerals, 'fruits and vegetables .

A.servant gIrl 'comlnj aloes'at this with a loving touch on- the humble Hilary's locket which bad. In someway water Garry started to swim to the city of Son Rranclaco. Advise It. Is the unwritten law that no-

moment he stopped her material 1 only to fly again to the richer. become interchanged with her shore' to secure assistance after he us' If wo can be of assistance. vouchers shall be famed or ,a scratch,"

Who Is that 'woman wbo ,II' Just ; .,, 'Where will they finally rl'IIU Tlie own, forthey bed them just alike, and end another man 'J. T. Mahoriey. re'- -N: B. BROWARD, Governor of of the pen made with, regard to trans- .

> going: upH, h4 asked "' ; question' I Ii between love and wealth. by tills chance bad she stumbled upon cued the joung ladies and place.) Florida: ----- actions which.arp In violation, of the '

'ThnttJe Miss HogcrsV hairdresser .Which will she choose, which which? that dear friend's secret at a moment tlieni on the upturned boat. Interstate commerce laws, and mlg>tbecenra

tLe'.glrl returned in evident.urjtrise. She must soon determine; the clock i when her own fate hung trembling. Being exhausted Garry went down Great' anxiety exists In Pensacola evidence against them In an
**Sbe comes every day to arrange Miss tells of the passage of time. Not much I the balance. Jenny Rogers sank overcome Investigation 'before the interstate,
rome distance the
4 from his companions regarding possible fate of anum-
Ilofferi',hnlp for the evening"H. _. longer can she stand thus, weighing at upon.a char apd read the words commission."
end could not be aided, an-1 ter of residents who .known to commerce
stood a blJd,)I mortified nnd per I her ease these two heavy alternatives.Fear again and uttered a cry as she read Mahoney were he .
of defendanjwas
Jljw ladles were in the 'have been in. California at the Limo This utterance ;
t hour
ple xed. Could he have been mistaken? I fascination, awe, tenderness all them, .then -sobbed with "sudden wild on
He was not ready to think that, expressions and all emotions show and passionate grief then hid her face end fifteen minutes before they drifted of the earthquake and fire that devastated made In explaining that large-

"Js this woman .,'foreigner he'' In themselves In turn upon her face. with her hands and sat t-! ::s for many aahore. One of the ladles was unconscious the city of San Francisco. Tel- bums had been pnld out by him In

t "She speaks English.?Vr.ns the rather she 'will never feel such a wild and ecstatic every tick It made, of the rapidly passing Garry WM recently from Boston :t who" were not In the city at the timeof ho had vouchers.

nnsatisfactory answer.- throb for any other man Is equally time. Member of prominent family there. the disaster, but no word has been Tho defense Interposed a demurrerto

The Portuguese did not. or rather, certain.but 'shall she sacrifice everything What were her thoughts What After a long search tho body was i received from a number who were <. the Indictment on the grounds thatIt

pretended,that she'could not.' 'Wet he for him Is It right to do so? could they be but of past hours and recovered by a searching party on known to have been there. did not charge a crime under the

mistaken He 'looked toward the parlor Is'H wise to Is It safe to do so? past occurrences in which she had the launch Tarpon near the scene of .., ------ law and that the alleged offenses

door and hesitated., Never In his She grasps the velvet and holds'lt up shared her' companionship with Mr.Degraw the drowning. H. F. Garry the brotherof : were not set forth with sufficient particula.rlty. -

,, life before had he known what It really against; her throat.) How warm it -She understood now as she the deceased had arrived 'from The people Jacksonville were : The court overruled the demurrer -

Was to struggle with an overmastering reels, bow natural and how suitable to never had before what certain look. Baltimore and was present when the prompt to aid the Californians In distress and the trial proceeded.'

Impulse To leave the slgnorln with her face, her style and her ambition. and changes upon her :dear friend's body was found. The ; for having suffered themselves The state Introduced several of the> -
this doubt In his mind seemed lmpossir But the plain cloth wooes her glances body was greatly from the yellow fever epidemic in *
countenance had meant.
perceived 3
She officials at the road 8 ; Kennedy,
dlsflgur ,l. It taken ,
b1e; but to go bark Me dared not do aside and before she knows the velvet that she bet-self had not been the only was to Cllttoqdalo 1888 and the disastrous. fire of 190i .
paying teller of the Atlanta National
that for It would CfriJllnlr"rlnlt do- has dropped'In a heap ofc the floor for Interment which the
: one to love and that with the sclflsb- destroyed! larger part ol bank and Jacob Fox of Atlanta. Fox
font to his purpose.- No be must trust nnd she has the cloth dress strained to ness of a suddenly enriched woman the city, when outside aid poured t Strohbar to "
'this" matter to the police; lie could not ,tier heart and hejr decision is made. she had trodden on the hear whose The Quarterly meeting of the Columbia In. they now realize their opportunityto remembered Identifying

meddle with ft. himself bnf ':"f- ..-' I But-ju.t"at this moment a knock ill clinging: affection and lofty sympathy County Sea Island Cotton show substantially their apprecia- tho paying teller at the Atlanta National -

He tore himself away he rushed out beard at the door and she flings the she owed much of her prosperity and Growers' Association was' held In tion. bank but .could not rememberthe
4>f the front door and went Immediately dress en the bed and stands palpitatinglike a great: deal, of her distinction. And Lake City the past week. President date and the paying teller who-

In search of Mr. Byrd.. , one. caught In 'a guilty!: act. 'It is she saw more; she saw to what Heights Hatcher called attention to two very Lal about cashed the two checks amounting to '

That gentleman received this Intelligence onlT, the hairdresser who comes everyday a generous and self forgetful nature Important matters that required at. The town of. nine miles fl,710, .could not positively Identify; 1
with 'an expression' of" mingled but southeast .of Lake City, la forging to Strohbar the he the
,, her'presence-Is an Interruption can go and felt humiliated In her own tp.ntlon-Gne the mater of buildings as man paid

urprlse and satisfaction. and Ihe young!: heiress shows It by estimation as she contrasted the mercenary ,. ., warehouse; second to consider, tho the front In the shipment of sweet II money to. .... ,
> have been searching for the'Por. the 1088- ot her beautiful color which 1/otatoes to northern markets. '
struggle she had just .,,en subject of acreage. Judge Palmer During; The defense relied upon the evidence "
: vngue t1'uld. ,lie. "but never thought had 'but a moment before tinted her through with the firm puttlr;, by 'of said that the organization ought to tho past week four carloads have been of several witnesses from Florida

1,of looking' ; ,tor her in Miss Rogers' cheek with roses.' Turning her back every selfish consideration conveyedby forward .shipped a number of ethers having the strongest one perhaps beIng -
not ;
go or at all. have
.botv" Bbe/! Is disguised, ;yon say?" upon both dresses she bids the Intruder the words she had just r:.-ad. been credited with go been previously shipped. It is expectedthe Miss Anna Fischer, clerk of tho
Admirably, It the woman. I. sow is come In. and tries to hide her agitationby organization -
shipments from Lulu alone
"Hilary would not have hesitated during New Victoria hotel at Jacksonville, '
ahe.- nerTel'3' In the state and we ought to "
complexion is changed
her and
bending over dressing table
!: seven days," exclaimed,Jenny, writhing the' season will number twenty-five wtfo testified that Strohbar and hi*. :
hold 'to our ,
aDd m her present dress she looks quitex..peetabler unloosening the locks ef her.long hair. reputation. We- needed .
In bitter remorse over: the memoryof cars. ,. wife at that hotel thenight . ,
It I had not been In aensltv But the next moment she looks up every farmer, white and black, in the t. v, .. ". on ..
'. el' < condition I do tl-'nk In her own weakness. "Sh would county to and ,v of August 29 last and left for'the
! _, not surprise anddrons the curlingtresses \ succeed we must have { .
I: mould nave felt a doubt;concerning' : from,-her hand.: Tho: woman have seed: the right way at once and thenl./'Ve ought voluntarily to get'a The Jacksonville office-of the Southern depot to catch the 9 o'clock. train '. "
taken It She loves htm'more than Ides
; Ja BIt was the sudden4 shrinking of she- sees advancing toward her is a large membership, .and the others Bell Telephone' and Telegraph: on August 30.
She Is worthier of him than I am.
-'_my nerves that made mo look at her" stranger, a pleasant faced French lookIng She would make him better wife." cucht to be forced Into line. company according to a statement Other witnesses testified 'to seeing-

,I w"'And:: you saw! traits" that, assured' girl, who; upon meeting Miss Rog Then her thoughts flew a to the time made by the local manager' Is Stroh bar on the train from Jacksonville -

;on tbat it Is sher ers' eye drops a courtesy and says; when the and Hilary had bought these l>Ir- W. D: Manley of Atlanta, Ga., rot injured to any extent by the strikeof to Savannah which arrived In

'r yts and no. I thought saw a like- "I hope mademoiselle will| pardon me, lockets. They were In a Jeweler'sstore representing the \Vltham banks met the union wiremen. About twenty- Savannah on August 30' 'the day that
ness In her to Annette.- what I am but ,
employer is not well
my today Strohbar Is alleged to have cashed
together, and the whim had simultaneously with a numbef. of the representativecitizens reven men struck but the management -
n-'tore: of Is that I felt 'great physical. and that I hair
begged: would do the of the cheeks In Atlanta at 12:50
: p. m.-
seized have went to wdrk and
them to of immediately
some Sanford the
past week and
revulsion at the sight of her. Just tbe mademoiselle. Is It for reception or ''bef'or&'
revulsion;' I experienced when I first dinner And does mademoiselle likeIt one throe alike, which they'conld wearas organized a state bank with 125,000 secured non-union 4ielp and the workIs i Just 'ol1e hour and ten minutes

-beheld the Portuguese's': ugliness high or low". a symbol ot their mutual affection.' capital to be known .as the People'sBank now being carried on as hereto I the bank closed In Atlanta! A numberof

f. -conjunction; .'with my-with Miss Miss Rogers'drew,a Jong breath,and They decided upon two lockets, Identical of Sanford Florida. It Is predicted fore. character wltnf! sses'were also put
in make and size, and Hilary by tho defense, after which the-
; up
:'Rogers' :youthful Innocence c and sat down with a smile. The fresh that', this new institution will
bought and clasped it about Jenny's defendant took tho stand
one : to make a
beauty vole* and lively manner. were welcome surely be a success by reason of the Tho Governor's Mansion CColmh-
neck and Jenny had bought the
"And Is this alit"' ctatement In his own behalf.
., ; ,they chimed In so/ with her personnel of the stockholders and officers. Blou has awarded the for .
: ." "A11T' But It Is enough. 'Byrd. 'to thou: bt.. other and clasped 'about Hilary's, Sanford gives a hearty welcome ' Ho was composed and his lengthyet'tement
and thus sealed the bond between building' the governor's. mansion
:make you look !Into the matter ne.mep1ber "Dress it low" said 'she. "I am they to this new' financial Institu expressed In choice and '
.;' ... I shall not sleep till 'I bearwhether going to a reception and I wish to .be them with a gift and a smile. tion. for which an appropriation of 925,000 clear-. language, seemed to make a
r'- thl who When the second exchange between was" made by the last legislature; A
It % creature evidentlybaa dressed simply, but becomingly distinctly, favorable Impression. He>
dally. access to- Miss Rogers- so She' flushed so brightly, looked so these trinkets bad been made she could number of bids were submitted the denied that he fled from Justice to> .

'. bones woman or not." lovely, that the young hairdresser not tell but she thought It must have A new steamboat service Is to b'S lowest being that of O. C. Parker of Canada and .made a general ant -:mphatlc -
been done when, she and Hilary last .put operation on Tampa bay between Tallahassee to whom
'I will go Immediately, ,to the could not restrain her admiration. the contractwas den lei tmU he had wrongfullyconverted
house. "Ah; what beautiful hair so black bathed at the beach. They had both at Petersburg" Tampa. A awarded.
a -cent the railroad'smoney
"And if it Is the Portuguese:: ?- sowavy so long. I shall take delightIn worn their lockets that day and as company has been organized: by wealthy --.- J.Q his 'use.
own closed
"She hall be looked after." making mademoiselle look like nn they bad used one table for. their citizens and winter resident capitalist After '
an Interesting three day 'ses ,
J "B.rrll'J trust you. Tou know how angel.." And her deft fingers passed timings the possibility of one of them of Bt Petersburg under the sion the Medical by saying:

;_ tnncU 1 have at stake and bow reasonable caressingly among the great curls laving taken: up the wrong!: locket wes t'tle of the Bay Line Steambcat: company Florida Association "May a Just and merciful God direct ;
adjourned at Gainesville. The Invitation "
I consider my fears. You have flowing!:'over her hands and wrists. easy.. and a' fast boat said to be of your deliberations,
of the HIIlsl
e' yourself said that you thought It poss'l. Miss Rogers continued to smile. But the '"when" and the "how" of ample capacity and with up-to-dau.'m : ore County Medical

ble that the Portuguese would be like Suddenly she asked: '- this mistake were unimportant Time I-aseenger accommodations, has beau i Association to holjl!! the next meetingat FOREIGN CONCERNS'HARD HIT.
;'jy to carry: out the schemes of. MonteJII.If "Is your employer, as' you call her, exchange: had-been made in some way purchased to put upon the run. Tampa was" accepted when the association -

she has lost all hope of making very sick -.-What Is the, matter with aDd a revelation had followed which will be given an excursionto Millions rf Insurance In San Francisco*

anything out of the heiress she can, at her?" bad shaken ber to tbe core of* her The Key West Chamber -(Jt' Cornnerce Havana. Carried by Outsiders. i

', ;east, show her hatred and wreak-her "I cannot tell mademoiselle nut ttelugi; Hilary loved Mr. Dc.-rrnw: and held -regular Fire Insurance on San Francisco
meeting at the
;. '.f'l'eue. These foreigners'' &0'1'vlunfe shahs bod, very bnd. Something!: sudden be would love Hilary It her- own in- city hall, nnd discussed matters of Actual Work on the Tampa end of property Is carried to the largest extent
"f Ucfve;' ; there were doctors with her last worthy beauty were not ever before ihe of
rallrcad foreign
vital: Importance Northern] began a fewdays any :; or domestic company
"- will watch. her" Among' them was \
.. ''* night! him. How could she let all the sacrifice the' Indiscriminate ago under direction of Contractor : by the London Assurance orLondcn.
.. .' "And I may sleep" "And she sent'you here to-day be on one side. How could sh! use of the name
T. L. Moguls of Bartow: who which received In 1905 $87-
'/>: "Soundly.- . "Yes, mademoiselle She did not forget enjoy her happiness? if she knew that i Key West en cigar boxes.: : Opinionsfrom
with 200 laborers broke 719 In
ground. Hetates '> premiums on risks In that city. ..
uL "You are' a good fellow.: Byrd.J that 701L would expect her. She her friend was 'suffering from a de leading law firms were read on
W 'vel' thought the day 'would come Ms much thought, has madame." spelt, the depth'and poignancy: of, this subject and referred to a coniirlttee that he has Instructions to push The !hnnyleit Insurance In the wholestate'of _

;. ;-*hen It would be a matter of satlsfac- -AndsolII?" which sbe could faintly measure by who will take the matter up the work to completion ar rapidly a* California: Is carried by thePirem"n's

'ion'to me"to have' a friend" .amongthe* "Ah. omit; she may not live till night.I the emotions. gnawing at her own ,wth the Cigar Manufacturers' Unlou his force can accomplish' Fund of .Sen Francisco "

5'4 )10 lee. > ,,I feel, very bad for madame." heart? She could not; though she was :, : ; with total oc.nI.'U,671; The Liverpool

Byrd 'smiled, but- ,;'somewhat I tontttoilnedly The young lady made sudden more. far from perfect she bad advanced At Fernandina the The, strawberry crop just now is.the. nnd London and Globe company of

.. He was .evidently! not In "It Is distressing" said she. but her thus tar at least. upon t\K; ; unselfishness Walker alias negro, Charley- absorbing theme at Etarke.; .. Such a Liverpool. Is second In total amount '
:sus candid.a'mood' as'' suaX:* Out be.Yaw bright eyes. lost none,'of tbek.brillJanee. that-ber friend's case DOW and ,Curley, who killed two crop and such continued high pricesare of Insurance carried: In California with .

.. : 'did not perceive this; his mind Indeed they seemed to scintillate occupied'her' more than her own. She wounded seven men "at Nassaurllltt record-breakers. Over eight thou S1S.51S.100. The London', Aasurane

.*si relieved and he was almost angry. afresh? Had she her secret doubts of could not Ignore It; she would not. on September 11, 1905. wasfoundguilty sand dollars., paid during qne day at company v wblcb.Itrlad. In San Francisco '

I ti, .'tS ball I bArJ'c'm- - ,you,. to-night_ !: lie.ked. this same hairdresser and could she She had her wealth and a score of nn- of murder .In the firstdegree' the depot In Starke and promise"of "t1l1ln ill. carries a- total of tlir ;

.. : In.;any way have shared the fears of tasted pleasures before her while Hilary and sentenced to be hanged. still greater dally picking for ,sometime 212.792 In the whole 'state of CatT-

'' "T"s. U there Is anything to.'dUturbfm Degraw had tasted of.every pl..ure&ve: The ,jury *as out about 'fifteen' lOIn: to come is very gratifying to the fernla. .

. ) otherwise not.", When ber hair Was dressed she dls- that of ,which she was about to rob -,ties:. growers. ?

VTHien I will: ft.-' r ml ,sed the .glrlana prepared to complete her. Hilary thus left to herself would ,

\" 'f AU right;.but tell'in.One Y.log first the rest 'of her| toilet alone The see no joy. In the empty space before .;. The grand. lodge-of Florida SOUNDS SOMEWHAT, FISHY. :::1

nfthlswoman so'dliternt Ib' ap velvet dress wasJtwfore her on the'bed, ber. .while she could imagine many lmprovsd'Order Tbe"union laboring men of Tampa

.asnce from the Portupeae as to be1xr but she passed It by without a glance though none so sweet'none; so satisfying Odd Fellows, at, their meeting held *a meeting a few days ago, at Report That Capon Has Been Sscrst- ,

,, '.. to Impose. upod Miss Rogers and took up the plain brown cloth. aa this of his love Lbs tbe endless In Pensacola. elected 4he following which an' orpinlzzUon'was ly Hanged In Russia. >

-f.think sh* ,.......If sb., showed .as T"I will be the artist's bride." said she, :struggle, about to\ recommence ,,officers: Grand muter L. J., Lester : formed An 'extraordinary story is publish :.'.,

'ttpsop skill In alto-Ing<< her'conduct anders and rapidly.'201'011.11' donned the garment No, for la a few minutes; with a deft ,' t of Tampa; deputy grand master Under the name' of. the" Po11Uoo-Labor 9

'as she. Ud her drew and exact ; which conveyed this decision ness and celerity marvelous under the : j;, 'w; White ,of Jacksonville;' .grand League.: :. :Two leading laboring men ed by The Manchester'Guardian. from .;',

f : : murmuring .. tbi'd-Id eon "His delight circumstances Jenny; Rogers has secretary:A.. U. Cushormaa of Gainesville of:'the eftT' were' endorsed as:candidates oorre.pondent, In"Russia asserting .,

think it Is the Portuguese" will compensate m* for a!'. I could (dolled tbe cloth suit her lover was bun- ;: grand treasurer, a. 'L. Brannlnot -' for councilmen 'at the coming that Oapon was hanged secretly April

.the d t ctlve.., "8b. would not not meet his look disappointment. Bering to see and; has pat'on the+'rich .1\' :..B eacb.-Jsupreme-\ ; city_election.-aad It.hs ial4toJ: e.tbe ,j0< by four 're"olutlollllt.who- overheard ::

J.tat a rlstcjlor.. m,ref jrengesnce; I 'could, pot, for an the wealth la' th.IInl"1'I velvet.. which meaJUl, him,. representative-Thomas 0.\. Watson: Intention of the organization'to' make him'admit hat' h. ,was .l'flnC. :x

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; Expressed for the "People ,of 'f-8ectoiji'Frisco! of ourned'byAuthorities.:1t Po>fe7* District .of

'Frisco in 'thehvJVIisforiijne.MESSAGES : J, lJ...... ..... ""'--
ban Francisco Sunday, two bin-. SNOW
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ailing Disaster-Befalls; then dred' bodies fouaa''in the"poorer district
FROM"RULERS south of Shannon streot In the
:vicinity J otjthe.Union Iron.Works wore- yE
Go lll Gate by ;Earthquake cremated at the "Six Mile house ,by
: Pour l- sn| Upon President Roosevelt tbw. order. of Coroner WI11 h. Some

:i fp/iTt! All Quarters, of the Globe. of. the dead, were victims of* falling ..-

[ an mon of Fire. Congress Appropriates Million buildings,, some were killed In the MNWMATISK
'"r Dollars for' Sufferer firC?. but 'it i 1ej believed by the board A SURE CORE $ -* 3OU> SO ,

e of health that the''majority ;cUed 'of. s, C
- .:. ...aD.H11SCI.D. I.&J uC4
:: ptomaine poisoning. B1'UI
A .' special strsxs SCALDS. tic '' e
& says; Soon So '
from starvation: and thirst. The "many dead were1 found in this
WHOLECITY .after.the senate was calledto, order on limited area that cremationwas, deemed AN ANTISEPTIC that In1tatIon. subdues
could not be worse\>> general stops. Inflam3
motion and drlraout
Thursday Mt. :Perklua Introduced a absolutely necessary prevent Pain.

; it command of, the troops joint resolution authorizing the searetary.ot disease. Names of some of tike dead PENETRATES the Pores loosens the
.... lu jUke vent.tha lollow were learned but In' pro
cuy the majority of motes a free circulation of the Blood
giving the
war to use rations and quay Muscles natural
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to uiu."iigTtnr. cases Identificationwas impossible elasticity.
OVER '. :'lai*' time UM:)Vsji. in.) noth terroaaters supplies for .the relief of on account of the'',mutilation of the ,

TWO .. Tne city .rr' still,. burning, destitute persons In the region' devastated features. A systematic search,for the

LIVES LOSTAND ollJl'DOt bo worse kood.han i,t ou ty earthquake and fire In Cal bodies of' victims' is now being made

:and toe drinking wateriuu- Ifornla and by the coroner and state board '.of CURED OF PARALYSISW.
making an appropriation:
,, DREDS I cut oft.: Troops bars been aid health Inap ct.ors'. ..
ie N>f $ ()():oOo to relieve the '
patrolling and maintaining 'Tho city has been'.hlvlded Into sanitary 8. Bailey, P. 6. True "Texas, writes "My '
.,.:- ., Wonting in conjunction with Tha. resolution was unanimously districts, and squads of1s] arcb-' wife bad been suffering five years with paralysis U
Two'Hundred authorities. You cannot send too '''adopted ind transmitted to the house, ere have been sent out to eNery.q RI'> bet arm. when 'I was persuaded to use Ballardt' I
Thousand' tents or rations. About :200,004. where, It was amended by the'house ter. Had It not been'for the sight Snow TJnlment, which effected a complete cure. I
bare also used it for old sores, frost bite and. ski
pie Homeless- \ homeless. Food very scarce. ,committee oil appropriations the ,pt: the'rude altars set up,in the open raptiotis. It does the work." *
houses all destroyed. All mount being Increased to $1.000,? air\ wherever San Francisco'* horns BEST uraMErrr '?
Most Frightful, on buildings' city cone." *0, X, loos thousands were camped, one 1)) REFUSE MX SUBSTITUTED '

in American "sction was taken by the -' ',would h Ve" soma' difficulty In' finding THREE SIZES 25c: 50c aid SI.OOBALLARD
department. Two hundred thou- PreefQentltoosevett; lain receipt'ot any of. the peaceful associations of
rations have 'been' directed to cablegrams expressing the)vympathy the Sabbath j In the,'cltyf throughout SNOW LIINIIVIEINiT CO. '

San. Francisco, 'erstwhile/ from Vancouver barracks to with this country of foreign rulers ani : the day. Everywhere throughout the ST. LOUIS.. O. lI. ,.
Francisco, and a large number foreign countries on account of"the ; burned as well as the remaining sections . ,
tropolls and Golden Gate of from Vancouver and other appalling disaster -at San Francisco*; of the. city there was the great-

Is a mass of 'ruins'and the pouts. The supplies wilt be for Following U thee text of the messages] -e&t,.activity. Streets were, bolng'clearIxof BOLD AND ,RECOMMENDEDBY,
,"' d with all the expedition pow thus far received: ec ,debris, laborers were repairing r
: ,utter desolation as .the ; so that they 'may be at. the din- From President FaUieres of\\ broken water j I>lpers;,.B-vrers, -and 'gas u\ For: Sale-at
;. terrific earthquake shock and of the authorities at the. can France: "Theoverpowering disaster mains; electricians. everywhere'were ROBERSON'S, STORE.KISSIMMEE .

; ing conflagration Which date practicable. at San Francisco causes France great ceeklne' tfl b.ont!ngle the almost .
swept Western Union office in New sorrow'and we Join with all our.heart hopeless confusion of wires- In fact "' .. .

!: from center to circumference. received a dispatch timed 6 p. In the sorrow of the 'I .
rlllda7, Paclflo coast time, glv- the United States I extend to you, of its regoneratloay:; .fl'
t It was 6:15 o'clock Wednesday area destroyed by fired| It stat Mr. President, my most'' sincere, con- :k; '

ing when u terrific earthquake practically all of San Fran dolence and convey to the sorrowing .CONORR33; &$ME8 AGAIN.

the whole city and bas been burned or was burn- families of the victims my sympathy ---.. 6 n, :RIVER :

try. One shock apparently Everything out Market street to From President Pardo of Peru: Another ft lion Appropriated for Sufferers ,:, 2tOTJTE

't : minutes, and there ..... almost Twenty-third was burning "My government and' the Peruvian In San' Francisco.A .
'J.' diate collapse of structures all Everything, is gono except people share keenly the grief' of the Washington dl pat h" says: The STEAMER LILLIE 8TKAMKR" .KO8KA.DA,

(- city. The water supply was Every building of any !ini people of the United States fiver the house Saturday passed a resolution Captain Clay Johnson Sr, Captain Clay Johnson J,.

w and when the fires broke out In.the city up to Van Ness catastrophe of San Francisco. I convey appropriating $1.000.000 in addition to Regular veekly trips,to Basilnger .'.d return. Roseada'lesves fins t
'rg' ous sections there-was nothing including the entire business my heartfelt sympathy In these the amount heretofore, appropriated'to des .Tuesday morning, and arrive lUsslmme Friday evening. '

I: but to let the buildings burn. and all the hotels, has been sad moments." '. the San Francisco sufferer Special Charter Trip to tk Okec>obee and Fort Myers on the 1JUtal.
k: graph and telephone destroyed and the .district 'From King Frederick of Denmark; Mr. Tawney reported the joint-r.s- ,Comfortable accommodation for passengers: 'Rale. reasonable. '
fI, was shut off. .Acre after north from Golden Gate ave- "I tee!,impelled to express my most olution'making an additional appropriation The mostpicturesque Waterway la Florida

tt' been ground into dust and Octavia street also has been heart-felt sympathy In the Immense of $1,000,000-'for aiding San Tor Paasenger, and Freight Rates apply to
: spite the herolo perseverance' ' gone sorrow which' has befallen you and Francisco. According to the, resolution CtAY: JOHNSON; SR..,Proprtetcw,

[: firemen to limit the midnight Thursday nIht. "fort)- the American people by the catas- special authority Is given the On board ."Uille." Kl8alll1 '". .,."
,. Over two thousand 'lives are 'after' e conflagration, the tropJTb c* San Francisco." I v secretary of,war to use this and for-.
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, :,' to have been lost/ two fate'h were slowly ( steadily mov From King Haakon of Norway: mer appropriation for the purpose not
III! oand people are homeless and < portions of San Francisco? : still "Pleasfe accept deepest sympathy In : only to buy additional supplies which'

r\1, erty loss of over $300,000,000 The sky presented a,lurid terrible disaster .which'' has befallen 'may be needed for the relief of the. .
Jit! been done. as the result of I Icl7am. The strongest. 'flre seemed to San Francisco." sufferers, but also for the purpose ot. : : ;: -

F(<' Teas of dynamite the western end. of the cltytX From Premier.Seddon of New Z 1l1- replacing by purchasing such subsistence NORTH KISSIMMCE. PHONE,, NO.' $.
in blowing up buildings In destruction of this section and. : quartermaster's and medical sup-'
,.., endeavor, to check the' completes the work of the '*'!Ittis with profound sorrow we I piles which may have been furnished. '

,' The entire section of the &- flames and marks the devaa l rD\oi the disastrous "earthquakesat by": the secretary' of'war for such relief ,. C. W. GRIFFIN' F

i! along Van Ness avenue from of the entire city. SanvFranclsco. We, people and gcv- froia the stores on band for the .

1.. date avenue to Paclflo. Postal Telegraph company In eminent of'New\ Zealand'tender-your use of the army. This' resolution was. ,

teen blocks In all. : York at lot 30 Thursday night great: nation a especially the bereaved adopted.The* '
fK, homes of many millionaires and the following from the dep and .u1lerers: :','the whole 'of our speaker laid before the house y (
ment houses were leveled by of the San Francisco' fire heartfelt sympathies.: : s the message of the president relating;: Fancy ..Family Groeefies) ;

j{'.;, powder by the order of the : "Flre heading for resi From the King of Portugal: to the addtUgoa!appropriajli:: the' -
w":,i Itles. , district efforts to fight the .. "Deeply moved by the terrible catastrophe .: sufferers In San Francisco and other '
tjAil"" of San'I' best futile Three hundred thousand of California I send the expression I cities on the Pacific coast. '
FRESH 1bellvery
houses,' hotels and theaters bomelesstonlghtg By Satur of my most alncere condo. SECURREEsINUMCTION.. r. ,4_ HEATS.. : :

4 man of ruins. The Francisco will be'' an ash Icnce and sympathy" 'DOWIE I .\ , ., 1 :
mqllshed them for all From) Emperor Nicholasof Russia: : every' day'at any hour: .y.tronaga'ssiteiag4: .. .
poses, and be flre from the Interior' of Cali "Deeply Impressed Jt>y terrible disaster Vollva/ and Follower Estopped from

work of demolition. Th. fire are most alarmln Santa In San Francisco express to Further Proceedings.*

t' on so rapidly was pr one of the prettiest cities ot you and the American people my Following ;'the, II111Dg- to set aside ,. -..

; impossible to save anything & in .the prosperous .cbunly warmest sympathy and condolence the conveyance of property 'In Zion -
4. ..-.,.. is a total wreck. There (From the King of Italy: City valued at $21,000,000, .'JudgeWright **N*

' : Big buildings are crumpled homeless Dui, women and "I convey; to you'and your country.. : of the circuit court' at Rock-
heaps. (Factories and business huddled together. The loss men the profound sympathy which ford. Ill, has granted an injunction I

:, lie smouldering on their former: Is cot; te be estimated.. It the terrible disaster which has befallen restraining Vollva and other from Interfering I tl City Bakery

( All of the newspaper plants rua'ch: the thousands. San Francisco has evoked In Italy with or In any way preventlag : :
been rendered useless. If Is : last great seismic tremor spent and my condolences with those who Dowie from going to Zion City n
ed that the loss In San in the earth the whole bnsl- have .u erecl." and remaining there or entering his FRESH BREAD PIES

| reach 400000000. These ) tumbled into ruins. The house barn at -will The Injunc- ; ,

..'." In the rough !arid nothing can sank many feet deep with TOWN WIPED FROM MAP. tion also gives Dowle the right to AND CAKE > ': :' "
f.' "unUI partial accounting is buildings. ---.-- bold religious services in the taber- ,
1" From the business section destruction Includes all of the Uttl. Viliag./ of Brswley Obliterated. nacle, and bis opponents are further I, Ralstns,<('Currants;' Citron Pet, '

' :" demon spread to the .. buildings. A four-atory cqurt by California Earthquake. enjoined from doing anything to effect Olives Sweet Pickles ,
portion of the city, sweeping Is merely a pile of broken, ma Reports from Brawley, a town fourteen title to ,Zion City property '

1'tl.efT,(' thing clear in' its path, Nothing Is left. What was miles'routh of Los Angeles, Cat., -j' : ,SourPickles:, nixed Pickles.ft. ,

; '.. upon thousands of people fled by the earthquake was state that tho town was'' practically) STOCKHOLDERS, APPROVE! PLAN. '
L'UCY: .
the fire-enthralled city, flocking away by fire Until the 'flames' wiped out )by earthquake. The follow [ GOODS. .
I' ferries, to the parks, to the there was hope ot saving tbe i ing building* the.te,, all brick structures Acquiesce In Scheme of Southern to : :. "

reservations and to the .. district It, was soon, ap were destroyed: Issue $200,000 of ponds., Candy, Figc, Dates.

there was no panic. The that any such Idea that might Brawley bank building, Paulln build The stockholders .ot the .Southern ." Fresh Walnuts Pecans
calm stunned. They seem not entertained was to be lag -and the prIncipal merchandise rallwayfl In special session at !Richmond Peanuts.AQENT '

ire the extent ot the calamity. and the citizens deserted buildings of the town. In addition, voted an Issue: of $200,000,000 t i WHITE STAR'' LAUNDRY.
At 9:15: o'clock Thursday Not even their house- dozens of adobe houses were'razed.. fifty-year 4 percent The stockholders "

1 all hope of saving any portion were taken. They made So far as known there were 'no fatalities. adopted resolutions approving Jthe IVfIf!: R! t'J"'!: ':"_ XZS4C, . JSMSt &f&19lSI1ltSt1t. ,}
city from destruction was fields and\hills to watch the' Brawley Is about two :years scheme devised by the directors for t'

'Y and the people set about I of one of the most beauti old, and* had a population of about the "general Improvement' of the different .

escape whit might be a .worse or the'weat. 100. \, lines 'of the Southern system.. "
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All Business in Suspended
State ,
i'I'} Fire Finally Gotten Under Control. I HILARIOUSLY. BAD 'FIRES 'IN PHILIPPINES. Govern "
; SESSION ENDED Pardee of 'California state 1* Injuriously affected, now,

Ji' 1 At: 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, the The people, now homeless) and .- sued the -following proclamation od < 'Therefore, in order that '-he. aLL.
.Finish Two Towns Wiped Out and Many 'bursdaY: of,the state set aside \
'fib' following.dispatch w .sent-out. from i threatened with,starvation are facing .Mississippi' Work 'In seas may their
San Francisco: the awful calamity which swept Shower of Paper Balls and P.nuta.'Th. Thousands Rendered'.Hom.I.A .... "Whereas, a disastrous earthquake ordinary dally concern to address) '<
.', The fire is now positively stated the great city practically out of existence dispatch from Manila nays: Fire has rUlted a large portion of the Htate themselves to the catastrophe"'Trhlcb
Mississippi legislature .ad- of Callfornja, resulting; 'la appalllnjc baa befallen them In'order that the.,' '
to be under control, with the probabllity with a spirit otTOslgned fortitude has swept the town of Marlqulna, In
that one-quarter of the city, lying/ that must command the admiration, of journed at Jackson! ,.Saturday. A final . of I loss of, Ufe, In loss and dlstvrblng nayrender aid<< to those In distress' ir
west, cf Franklin street and )known' the world.. effort to. 'reconsider the vote on the 'Rlial province. Many thousands ,the business -affairs' "of many: ttiat quiet may be restored, r

roe the -westernn.addition, northward to Thorp are no evidences of'weakqesr corporation chapter of the', new code persons are homeless and starving., commnnltlfs; regained and financial panic ,averted<< '. ,
,:.,' the Presidio, 'will be saved. The stand to' be seen among the crowds of Two thousand dwellings are In ruins. Whereas, the city of San Francisco, I. George C., Pardee governor of the, t
was without success, and the .entire In particular,' has net only suCere4 state of California, by virtue of the, { ,
made at Van Ness avenue was generally stricken pqpple. Appalled for the mo The government Is rushing,assistanceto .
'code was 'adopted.While crest Jon of lIfe and property,from authority vested In me:do hereby
successful, the flamed crossing went' but undaunted, the bravery exhibited the sufferers.Fire ; ; apjpoint ;; t;
, that avenue to the west in only a few by men, women and childrenIn the vote' was being taken earthquake but addition baa been designate and: proclaim Thnr-: i'
" the also destroyed Fasti near the devastated by terrible conflagrationby day the 16th day of April. 1 06Y as a,
places. The strongest fire at noontlday faco of the overwhelming disaster members found .diversion In hurling ,li
town of Cebu. Two hundred dwellingswere I which double ,
calamity the whoHSOUTH public ,' k'
toward beach, east is that of destined to
was North a race ) paper balls: and peanuts. ] at each burned and many persona are
of Van Ness avenue, but it will be arise stronger than ever out, of the "
; other. homeless. fS TO '' NEW
ruins' ,
'rontrolled. which now surround them. '
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m. Stanford University:' Wrecked;, I MONEY' SENT BY TELCQRAPH.: CONGRESSMAN" ON TRIAL. .,.. >' ln '' :... *" ., The Manufacturers' Record ol' :- 'York, ,0.IIOOll .
; .j-- Thursday gave -
;,} Reportal.'ncelnd -tona; Palo Aito endowed by': him to the' extent of Blaekburn NorthCarolina!' Faei. '
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,Secretary Shaw 'Orders Teh"', Millions .. Thursday, In' a doubt leaded editorial $ ( ( ) for the sufferers In1 Califoi*
: The
1' say Stanford* university 1s practically nosily $80,000.000.' university for. '...rfeco 'Bank's.; .. '. 'Court'at Greensboro. 4 j urges'that the' entiresouth take nla. Many 'small' eontrtbutloaa T,.... ,;
4 demolished, All but the ant bullSlng .re built of brownstone,
pne The secretary of 'Immediate action to not reckoned In this total In
:; the-trastry b. The trial of K. Spencer Blackburn adiMtloa.,(
be the cluster !
vanity ,buildings are In ruins, together and are said to fla st
".' aatllorl.e4 thlt'tel. pb1o transfer of ,congressman ot the eighth(NorthiCar-; aid San Franciscoand aaysr It was' ''announced that, CJareswsj_ '
with-the Metcorial'church.' of building used'for educational par*
from the> 'oUna "Out of Its abnndana'aid its sympathy Mackay president thePbatal'egraphCable' :
$10.000,000 for
sub-treasury ot 'district la
came up hearing *
.". t ,f aloAltoSa'3: Jmiles: southOf Bans poses In this country., The building '' '
y; w."..York to Can Francisco ,-' the federal court at Greensboro. Tuesday born of recent memories of Moridlan. company,1/;: '.
FrancUoo on the Coast line of the a/* not high the most'ofthem being '
The cash 'will;be'depait.tin'N.w: ;morning. Blaekborii, is spedflosw- Baltimore. Jacksonfllle, and; $100.000 the UsJversUy ,of
QfiouUwrn:Pacific railroad. Here'is to- four stories .orless.. The memorial ?
; ftated the Jr. unWrerslty. /) which 1 situated the center
Leland Stanford chape .to '
k \ ; 'order of San Francisco packs ..entitledJpthe' fees. therefor' before, th* government reader algoal: .service la organizing lion }slat was headed by .Ica U
which, was founded'bytbe/ oC the group,, of, building, 'waif, ballt '
relief forb.. soffertng.- teller with : ) '
same. departments at'vftaht prompt ; ,$1oo1oeg. b !
; gton vY
,;M; ', late 4ematcs. Stanford andy which: wasH at *, cost of,more, ihaa., $W 0,000,1 ,, ,! ;. riJ ,., 'tN .
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Issii*. It seems la m. Ihs urn l.uot jusfc rlpa ,

.., ..... ,. ... dl. .mp\ for Ml-qu..tlou.1st1 :- .
,Ate alo.tb. ..m of t .s opinion lh.l the Mat*ehou d I .
6spr.tbr.e mocha, ... .. dr t..-'U.Ib. quusiloirasto the rlf hie of i>rocurtjr '
,II lb e are la(o 10 Ih* cxpeu. .
Friday,, April 27, 1900.Richmond mna. trouble 1 of dr.idutu, {;this ...Lets \>' ttoautrynil .
jstlrond our-
then ivru the am. over ui
will ootderlr verjr much ... .. : "
i t'.b..rom.. r..lfalal..h.' when our herlloivti Refrigerators .. '
: .
Pearson Hobnon. the ( In .b. baud n< corporation. it ,In prciol : a
o Uf out.of the bauds of ih. aTersg. ttltlseiulII !:
Merrlnad .bero, ha .been elected to ... kfllbcr sbl* la pT the price or bu.h.. ,
Co.gress from the Sixth district lot qua ."" ,,.Ug anthlnf about drali end f 0' .. .
\ If . --
\ diem! this uii* tluu can be nettled the "
Alabama. 8UU retain sue b lends as ar*jiuw held b.. ih. Freezers : .. : : ,
Internal\ \ Improvement' Board. thou It might" b* ;; .' n.. "
atesetbl.IdeaIflb.rverp..iar I should. . .
i' One example the food result of a reaaouabledotibt to soil I uvsvuuUiUie : ,
w bard road U this mentioned In the Iraluef: arhem.afi'i'l: r-au ofilim :
Gaseue "Orlando however.. coutrait or art of 'tot '
KUsimmee Valley : per "boolers'I
.,.... J.... opposed to apt-del. tea*,. On prbvat. :
Ssnford DOW.connected' by :
and are
property, especially In lot a way for
.utomsblleservice. A large machine
i with accommodation for twenty, passengers atlliitlunal. minilmi-nt to be voted at thll . : :
*tieollon that Mill decide thin questiontu .b., .. .......
makes tbe round trip everyday MM every fudu.trr lu ... ;: ,' ,. '
leaving Orlando In the morning our comity have such eyUlatlunIn I e Hnroou as *"*ql*!:,)f" v ; .
and connecting. with. the M. John will' maul* thorn to do a lrglitral business I itany I .. : : :.
river boats for Jacksonville.., This IsIs l Is niH.cssary. 1 am oppoard to {r.nUnlipe : ,
fliil Industry where "
l ivKlnlatlon loan/ one .
ODe of the practical. result ot ha 111.likely. loopr.s.or cripple la neighbor CanopiesHammocks' .
lag rood roads If there was a good 'luilui-lrv I bVlleve In niclil 10 'III. : ,

k har/d/ road from here Orlando, thl.ler.tee siw.Hd<:lal-II I privilege am In favor to of none maintaining the highstaud.rdufourpublluechool CARSON {

r would doubtless ba extended system| 'impruv.log . 'P' ', -
In these of the the same If olble4lh : '
ii to IClsalinmee. lays p !
i automobile, with the promised .development lh}Hint-I*ain In C'furor of good .....d. throughout :

of "The gas engine, *o much bib.b'leve our primary law ahnuld' . .
cheaper and so muchllgbt and safer .m..od-.. aa to nominate our county eomml.Noorfe.n4school '.* .
uiMtimliN'louvni their mapurlledi
than tbe steam engine, the opening ofnew .trlU. rcalUI | the "......, method. :
bard road.and Improvement of unjust., not fair, legitimate,demouratle
.1 water communication promise a. fu- You" fur good .oyer..meut. Baseball .
torn for Florida', hardly dreamed ot GH. 1VKV Goods .

today.-TlmevUnlon Short ,Talks.Mayflies. To the Voters cf Osceol Countyhei --'nARD .

J ebjr announce m.i,..candidate for R preaentativ WARt COMPANY
:... .In the .terhlature. from thla county.uby ,
iclto the mpproaehlnv Democratic prlmmri, ,
and ask the support of,tbe..IU.....of the county .
The air wan "liter-IIr filled! with
My dutiea will not permit an active campaign" and '
butterflies passing north at Eau Gal. U. .bort_of time before the election. will prevent Baby Carriages
lie, the other writes A. H. Adams me from eepinv all the people pm aonmlly.feel J .
dal' Florida Fish and deeply emteful for the aaaurmncea of auppor ,
p manager I have received I and treat that you will feel that 1 ,
Produce Company to the Miami Me- DID worthy to .be .honored with the nomination. ,
'tropolis. ThU flight of many thousands N. a BRYAN.

r -probably millions-was .several .
days in passing, They seem to be For Representative.. BIG '

of about the same size and varied. little 1 h.r...,.. ........... myaelf aa a candldata for LINE > S : '
la color, a silky cream, slightly nomination for Representative. to the learlalaturefrom .
t bluish. It wa. doubtless a strange Onoeola. county aubject to the action ofh.. .,
:r approaching Democratle pHmary. If elected I
sight and suggests the thought that If pledge my beat offorta In behalf of the people of . .
.majority of the flock produces caterpillars this coon'. '
there Is trouble ahead for the Arthur E. Donecmn. Harness and Saddles : .
bCrticulturlst and farmer somewhere.TimesUnion For Tax Collector.To ; .
Short Talks. .
the voter of Oaceola. countyt .
From.the aboye description of the 1 am a candidate for the office of Tax Collectorand '
Insects the)',wereevidently what is reapectfully aollcit. your support Inhe. ap.proachina '.
......... '
known here' as tnsylles. They usually ;
strike Kisslmmee about this time _______ C. U Band,. I ,4::1

of year and last two or three days For County Treasurer ..

:during which time everything Is liter- To the-...of Oeceola countyi T
erally covered with them. They some I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection '}+ +-+ +++4+1' + """" """" """" "", "",,, ,,,,, '

times settle On the side of. a bouoe so the. action to the of"office the.Demuevatlo of County Treasurer nrimmrire. aubjectto L11 1r .1 $ w' $ .

thick that they have the appearance of !1.R. Gilbert Sr. i ; : C. A. CARSON Praldsit. N C. BRYAN S..ta,,.. "
:a. green Tine or creeper. ,They, are The HomeRestaurant. $ $ '
f short Uved, however, and when they For County Corfimisslotier I Ii 'I' I E .
i once light on anything usually cling I .hereby announce myself aeandidateforCounty PEARS
Comm..Ion.h.. .
.,r to It until they die' and are blown. for at the primary.. Third District to be voted '

y,tbe wind. > S I. B. Btratton. I I Waters & Carson Grocery.Co.

For County Commissloaor r-- .

Letter;ot'Judge Johnston) I hereby announce 'myaelf a candidate for rT -s- 1 *
: County Commtasloner ford I*trie t No. I. subject.. /- Wholesale sad Btall .
KlbSIMMEE FU:, the Democratic primary to..b*held May 16th. i I i
SIri' WALTC: Baa 8a.,
Dear Thomas, J Bannop,. GROCERIES .

druggist, 'Westerley, R I, isysiWesterly For, Tax Collector.; NEW MANAGEMENT. '1 1I .
painters expect: : gallon of I .barely annotnMM myeelf candidate for the
office of Tax Collector Oeceola county, aubjec .
_j&tnt to oo er IV sets of blinds' ; Devoe Me to the 151b.action of the Democ sib primary bald S i i COUNTY AGENTS FOR !.; \

eoirs25_ ; there Is no uch things as H..N. BRATTON.'. '
S _
'....bblntt1iti"U\1'- ?_ -. 1 ,For Tax Anseasor. Dont be Cross We serve the best meals.. .++ If ''A 'Y I Celebrated (CRATES '

,(The usual. ,reckoning Is fut gallon, lUTnMmr\ the people. for put favors, I herebyannounce I Clean comfortable beds I Fertilizers, I '

.. so over 18.. w. suspect the'Westerly' th.ofllce of niyaelf Tax Asaeaaor a. eandtdata Oaoeohi'for-re-election county; suet to- If; When-? cooking. you get ,,: Elegant service. ,careful" :' GRAIN I E TO. .
people don't wear their saint till i tact.. the action of the Democratic Primary. It attention ," ClrcaiUr sad Pflc. ." '
elected I pledg a faithful discharge my dutiea.. . .,'. : is,.givenjto! j .all ),: : "-. .. F. .la".4 orfr-:
jut. very .babb,,) ;" t to the people.. -J, L.O.&ItfIT...... poor results. It may | 'v4 f The ideal home for travel: ii\oi'/II\-\ '"" ' r."" oa" Application." '. . J

.: 'Devoe covers more: 'ofootrsewe; ". I' ' : : "
For County Commissioner.At not fault bun .ersandtourists.., Reason"-
rkiM know it's ell your -I
: >w.that; we why too; the solicitation" of my many ajenda I hereby. :: '
_ paint 'and fun-mea ure., Yours truly announce myaelf a candidate. for the offloa of the fault of the Ingr- able rates, Gome'and : H'rDES' FU.RS WOOL
County Commlaaioner" from District No. and so.i ,
4 FW Devoe&Co licit the support. of the Democratle olera. .of Oreaola investigate. ,
: _D".. W. A. Tromea.4o dients you have used. i .

\:, f .List of Jurors.J, ,*: County Commissioner BUY YOURGROCERIES I ;Country FrodLvLce a'. Spec1a.lty.

t are a candidate for the office of County Comilseioner '
: following lint of has been W. H. SMITH e Proprietor. i: : t
Th Juror from District No. 4,and would respectfully ; ; """" """'
drawn to serve at the 'spring term of ."I solicit the support of the Democratic, voter 1.- av.wvw.
\' the county at the approaching primaries. t-H ++ lH"l"H"l-*++++fr+++++
tbe Circuit Court for Osoeola county, I W. K. GODWIN.. 01 l us and -you will find . ,
'-which will. convene on Monday May i ,7 I
47th: For commissioner. everything absolutely
:A. F.- B*>S* .Chat" Bass Jr., To the Voter of Oseeola CountytAt CITY BARBER SHOP.
B. C.' Barber 11. E. Brown, the aolicltatlon of my friends I hereby announce .. fresh pure and satisfactory .
fl. myaelf candidate for the office of County THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM
John McPhawerH. IU V. Libby Commlasioner" for the Fifth District.ubJecllo the in the end t WILL OUYfQM Brhr. FLORIDA.
; .
: .'O.,Thoma W.'L.Van Duxor.. Democratic primary to b* held on ."
_; J..H. Tlndall S. Ii. Lupfer. I pledge myself to administer the 161'11- '' _
Is to
It cheaper buy for Business
cola In a fair and Impartial manner to the best of 'Now Open OONISIEOTIONCB. j
,'J, H. Lanier I. M. Lanler. my .... Respectfully. '" ITo 't'
J.: In..J. C.mpbe'P.. T.' Hall.. J. H,.WAI,KER. really good Groceries. in Patricks Old .$tand. ownR*
;t, yfj. B. Johnston: T. J. Panln East Over its i to Savannah Charleston, :

',:,;JiK.; Hllllard W. S. Haulerson.J for Uouaty Commissioner, .HOGAN& FLOYD NEW CHAIR, the Richmond and Washington, thence Via Pennsylvania '

'IJ' : B. Hinton J, H. Lanier Jr. f-hereby announce my eandidacy for tic office ,. ... _ALL RAIL Railway. ;I
,;' W. Johnson J. K.XVBerry. of County Commiaatoner, to represent District No. -- NEW :RAZORS
,' HI.A. Sullivan 8. H. Bullock. Z, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. I J To West (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville
I respectfully solicit the support of War Dsmorcruel. NEW EVEUYTHINO
J. J. WoodaUW Ji L. Neal '
L. Campbell F. U. Tiner.' .vets'.of Oeceola county.JNO. R. BRON8ON. 1 the ,.v r,, I and'"Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta.

"W. F. Walker J. IL Steffee Jr. .... -- Draying To Via Savannah &. Q'eaQ '
.Satisfaction Guaranteed. Company, for
For Commissioner." :. .. E
j'0 C. Bronson U. U Uarrell. County as t New York Philadelphia and Boston, via Norfolk

y J.ti W. Thompson U. O. St lord. Commissioner 1 hereby announce; myself..candidate for County OR NO PAV.WIVanDuzor&CZI. the Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore, I
for Dist No. aubject to the action
.,, WalLer. Baa Sr., A., T-Tbompsoo.. of the Democratic primary. If elected 1 pledgea S via Savannah and Merchans and Miner Tianspor
faithful performance of the duties of the 011I_ Heavy and light; hauling VIa-Steamship. tatlon Co., for Baltimore! and Philadelphia
." W.H.MANN.For short .- -------- -'--'
of all kinds done on ----
The Right Remedy. -- West .andHavana.
Key Via Peninsular
notice and' at reasonable Occidental Steamship"
School Board. .
Men and women who suffer from In.

:< digestion Nervous Debility, Constipation. I.hereby announce........,a andidat.for Mem prices. I S Company.. I
(, .' Kidney and Bladder trouble., bar of thivSchool Board from District No. .. aub I oelebrated trains. New York & 1"10.101. I .
ject to" the action ef the Democratic primary.W. AGENT PORBTANDARO Limited, Chicago d,Florld.1.Imll.ed. aDd DI..I. 1"17.. Itpeolal Florida and West In laa
Lost Vitality and all kindred
\ ? W. CHANDLER. OIL 00. .
eases,.will find relief by using dl"1
.:, '<
it' been V years" on the market. and have 136.C.. G. TINER. .;
I demonstrated their, paramount beat I hereby. announce myseH'a.r.ndfd.ts; for PHONE Information rate'*. ",heel.I...uv..oonsnll Ih* Folder, ... .
log and health-giving qualities. County Commissioner. from District N a S, and respectfully .i ESTATE J. G. KHKLAHD Division A..S rampl. Flamm"n'"U ,", .
solicit the support of the Democratic W. t. CRAIO Pala.nnrl'aroc' .
Send for book of wonderful cures. If voters of. th*county.' i-' I Maa..ef Wmnrton.| 1f. C ,:

: < your druggirtt-eannot supply you. ______ CB.ACHBK. Notice.To AND INSURANCE -- -- _' _-_ _ :. ___ ,

'they.will be sent prepaid upon receipt For Member of Osceola County
""I of School'Bard.; i thi Tax Payers
I. of price. Per box COots.. .Address,. ,I to Inform that on the nth KlOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
To the voter of Oseeola county beg you W. ,
.1JaeIl: d.SpecifleCO.! Atlanta,Oa.. 'f i I 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for Mem.. day of April, 1906, I received from .-.- "- B. MAKINSON COMPANY
I bar of the Board of Public Instruction for District
; ., .... Uu. Hon. A. C. Crooror wmptroll.r.copy ,
No. dlfeUtted 1 .
Low tfatea to Chattanooga, T'.t r pledges faithful and Imi
*.=.) i. partial admlnlatraUon. of th*Buttes of aald office. of revolution p..ed by Boardf t FOR SALE .
..d Return, i I I I WAL6BY: SIMMON. Drainage; Commlicloneri. permit- AGENTS FOR S
Oaaeooaniofil>e8ouU>era'Biptlst Ooaventioei Ling\ me tJ accept Lb' state. and county
i doe Atlajitk Coast Line Railroad we sal ticket', For Member, of Boe1rd'of; 'PublicInstruction. gCxei proper, and for the present to Trucking lot. . . . .. ..125.00 each

if '..CIIattn. and ntara .* on faro plus H i suspend the collection of the drainage 10 acre and b9u.e. . .. . .. ., .$225: Oft Florida Fertilize -Mann.r
?. aMttt*,t.tile round trip. Ticket* on sate htsy 11I..b,. nrxTr ; Lair awaiting. results of suits. now 'I ctnring Company ,
announc a* a candidate" for rodnrr .
. .
and ball ,9350.00
..-\ tth,ttaiawd itta.wih fine snot tea day from Member of the Board or Public Instruction for rendlog. This notice will be of p..r- Cottage, 3 ?

,......,aale..,'rtoal Umtt**Jane Ma ... V* .badt4epoaiUt District No! .. 'In the. comic primary, and respectfully I Icular' Interest to property holder inthe 2 .and house.. .12200.00 fm QAINK.VILUE. PLA
orange grove
.' ticket and parlncfr*of II ants'L' ask to. aoppoil. of (be voters, of tb* vicinity of BaMlnirer .

Fir(..n.rlelan..tio.'apply to ticket *at county M. D. TIKDAIJU W. B MAKINSON, Collector.By .. I.M.WILLSONJR.Always
Makers of High" Grftd
,'Tt '-w.ft.". '. ....o.Eaua..ufD.: .. A. E-DoniOAN. Deputy. Collector. -Fertilizer ,
'. Dfvbb e p" _AraC TamM -. .... ,Do.t ,Put Off -

.'" '.Alr"bo are owing me for media for tomorrow what you can do today.' Remember the: fish NameLaxative of All Kinds. .* ,

MModeooe,,: who, intend to par the If you out off buying a bottle of Bal- : .'-, t ,
sna.will please settle In '*om*> way lard's Snow Llnunenc, when that pain ; '

WfthJ ill* next 90 day, .. Iris my lotantion come you'won't har'',ny, buy a bottle . Oratige Tree Fertilizers' a Specialty.

A W.move,to 5-Texas 5 some time to today' :A positive cur for ItheumatUm Rromo QmnineCwe < '

; w . Burps Cut. Sprain, Con '" ; : -. . :. "
yT. ::1. F. O. THOMASON.; traded Muscle, etc T. S. Graham. Work '
: Pin Grove.Ark. write. "I Job Neatly, and Promptly Executed at This' Office "
Cold : to .. 11
O. > Day '
i& ill jnTwo.SoR. -.
thank you for th*' food results I ro CoW Qne D&Y GriP r 44it a ,.
.''[.,Tptlvrowo'Qufeln.'' Taboo ot.::red from Bnow, Liniment. 'It pod ,, 4 N
A1I drucgUu refund the me of Rheumatism
money tivelycured after
.:II* *o <.MvVK.:.,W, Grove's, .\\f. I other- bad failed." Sold by Robcr- They are-rood for home ue, white il If'you irsnvto. beep'poihed'ofi loifcl" }t
I* on. etvBb box'; ?5c. '". on'. Pharmacy, 'j!, ., ,3k., Old newspaper*! We e.ll'tm.'! .ad.Rae... new, read the Gazette*,
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The Kiuimmee'Valiev' GazetteTLlPHONE I I-:, Mrs./M.. / A/B1phambf; Vared Va:',.-J 'Pey'J jour jott..i bow:;"'" . --" ." ' ,,_ .. ,

Is visiting ber sister, Mrs. L, P, Lades white linen salt at Katis.

', NO.11-. Hugbey here this week.: New line uf mould 1 ngs at Fountain' ; ( line of SHIRTS t' ]
Every 25 cents spent In Cash 'or paid Nobby Da

t'tlBa.lgKED KVKBY" KiUDAY. on your account at Kau's entitles you Monday. . book 'close'next . .
to a chance on one i Of those beautiful r .
ARRIta. '
w. B. t1
hat racks.
All kinds of picture moulding at "-

ONlgla' -.Report. '. Rev.',Llnooln Q Hutley,. presldeat Thompson'. t' I:)
H *tn r
of Stetson University, preached the J. E. Moseley of 1 .
Capt. Ie
... MmmV Waco
,aya..eY TMFsajvsin- Baptist. church last. \Sunday: morning . :
"' "....* Kvamii. Ms!. 4r, Ire,. and evening. I I town today. You InyitecL
New line of straw bat ready for. Inspectlon are >;
,I, .. New barber Patrick' old K"t. .. --. .
.... II'D"' .ItLvo'te'rd shop at at & ; -,. -- '
stand. Service by a tonsorial artist : ii -- : : ..
of .
- TJelles Blackv: at the ,Audi j'. ,
conversant with all the latest fad in
.. 118 torlnm tonight : . .
f"r' barberlng.Mis. =
.'....".".. $2Me 16 100.aDd. ,,' ,.,to call 'axid.:: .
erM' .k
fa order la the \
., .... '. .; H. E. Willis, of Bradentown, to vote primary poll : ,
1II0Dd. .... ,.... f eeTne.d.r. taxes must be paid by May &vh. .
.. ....... :: fIO returned borne this.week after a pleasant / .. .
"'eelD.oId.oo.,....... :: es visit with her, parents, Mr. and Monday, April 30th It the "last day:
n........."..... 61 Mrs. John Johnston. for-reglsterlng;;: to vote. In the primary. '

-, W, ,A. S1MPSOW. ... M. The articles of 'Incorporation of the We have 'complete 'line of shoes .1 'I spect. .
Narooossee Sunshine Home and Sapitarlura for m.o. women and' children. Kane.

Our rites for insertion of advertisements for Consumptives! I I. published nor & Cur / _

among the reading matter on la another column of this issue. The S prlng term of the Circuit Court ,

this page .Is.ten cents per line each Insertion. Rowboats houseboats launches for Oaueola county will convene. Agents for Cle tt's Coat :SWrL '. '
/ built 7ttf. ,
: J to order at reasonable prices. (Monday, May ,
For' further Information see or writeto l' .
have moved shop
P. O. WHITI!:. Klllimmee. Fla. my carpenter' ,,
leoeoooooeTHE '
,; .' to the Stanford Carton Graves Hdw. : ,
Mrs. J. E. Ennls and her, mother Co's.ttore.. C. U. fountain. . .. : ; ,

LOCAL TIELD.oooooooooooooot. came left on In the from, morning Narooossee/ train for Monday Chicago and l, :'. Mr. D. F. Moore, a prominent. WHERE YOU. HIS' .GOODS' ;."' .. ?. 'I.' 1""
banker Brunson, 3. C here
was I DAMN'S
where will the i ,
spend summer.
yesterday stopping at the Park Hotel. LIKE TO TRADE. ALWgYS..SU ;.
|T '
Mrs..F. W. Hill and sister, Miss Mr. W. D.- Johnson cameIn from -1'0' '
Wade! the Tuner; Orlando.- If. Williams, of Narooossee,' came In his turpentine'farm Wednesday suffering I; ,
last Thursday: and went to. Orlando on .. '
''Lace collar at Kanner'A the morning train to spend the day. from a,.severe attack of tonsllltls. .

Notice Mr: M. Banner,, of Palatka, was ...
is that all
given _
hereby I
Devoe mynotes .
Fewer gallons; wears longer;, here Wednesday, visiting his brother d' ,
and accounts will turned over Nloe'line of picture moulding and
White! Star Laundry Crrv BAKE]IV to the flank for collection after May.10th. . and looking, alter.. ,Jbls merchant In mats, just arrived.. J. W..Tbomp.on.Mrs. .' '
t r< sts.i ; ..
Bee our line of new CO cent shirts atKett. ;, F,,">G. THOMASON Mi, D. Gulce. of I/ovejoy Ga., who ?:

.. Wood for Sale.Wben you w'anta" Misses Mabel and Carrie Tyson leftlast hasbeen visiting the family of her i '

: Try a shave or hair-cut,, at the new load good dry pine stove wood call attend''the Sa \JI'dal.for Normal St.and Petersburg Industrial to son/, Mr R. D.,Guice, left tills .morning SPRING AND SUMMER

barbur shop.Great up phone 74. Delivered anywjiere, in School.) . for her borne accompanied: Hltt [
) town on.short IJOLI e. H. W. Branson. <- Lucy Clarkson. .
in willow chairs'' at VanDuxoraent
bargain Mr. W, L. down to The friends of Capt and Mrs '
Thorn 'Mr; and Mrs. 'W. 't>. Wrlghter, of many
psou's. .
Taiopa, yesterday to attend a Suite J. P. Fox will regret to learn that they GOODS -
Montana, bays arrived at Narcoosseeand
Sanitary. meeting being held In thai
110.00 toleave
Suits made to measure up. have decided -Klsslmmee.{
will the there for .
summer city ., .
r.Call on G. M. Pearce. benefit V Capt.. Fox recently resigned his position .
II the of Mrs. Wrlghter health. ,.
fl Prof. Frost 'tf Stetson University, a. Supervisor of this division Of s ,
and a.k for' I
Call and our goods
see Miss Madle Griffin left for her home will the church the A. C. L. to accept a similar. ''otewit ..
, prices. Kanner & Co. / at College Park: Ga.. last week aftera Sunday:: preachat morning. and Baptist nlirht. A cordial .i theG. F. & A.,with headquarters : Dry Goods. Clothing Shoes and Notfoha '

Ali kinds of 'pictures framed. to or- pleasant vlsit'of a few days herewith Invitation extended to'all. at Balnbrldge Ga. .They expect to ,-' .. 'of" ,
. Thompson' her friend Miss Clyde Seymour; leave for their new home about May .. e
Mr. aod'Mri.'E. L. Lesley and Mater i In Endless Variety and at'Very''. t' ...
3d. -
West Mrs.: Clint lass -the. sad ;
the best received
Smoke Kej' Havana Leroy returned this morning from r .
. fro Cigar on the market. news this week that her father Shortly after two'o'clock this afternoon '
Green and Tampa where "
they '
brother and brother-in-law bad been R. T. Butler'proprietor of the Low
,i 500: worth of crockery for sale at killed by a mine (explosion ln Colo- bare been spendinglbe past two weeks. Annex Saloon and' Clinton-Bass, of PrI..... .

cost. S. C. G. Hdw. Co.Don't rado. .;' - Rev, Father Fox, of Orlando came Uilirmee.. became engaged In a i- sf.
'. down last night and celebrated 0 wordy altercation when Bass drew his , :
, forget toe lawn party at Mrs Capt.'C. M Frakure and Engineer o'clock mass at the residence of Mrs. revolver'and fired at Mr. .Butler.Fortunately .
; Lee' next Friday evening.. F. W., Bass have been attending circuit Tress this morning for the benefit of the bullet missed '

. See the adv. of toe Sunny South court In Orlando this w.k., where local members of the Catholic church. a few Inches.and lodged in the' wall H.: C.: STANFORD : !
1-1LI..r, (Stable In tltls Issue.. they were called as witnesses in a railroad We are pleased to note that Mr. E. Bass was arrested bv Officers. Gordon II '
case. and Maltbie and lodged In' the city ,
H. DeBarger who has been seriouslyIII
,Z. ,Just' New arrived line of at u)t inner A. Co'straw.. hats Mr. R. O. Collier a prominent or- for the past several weeks. Is so ock-up, but was, latter turned over to 'THi'oiIG'-AToa OF tOW >KICE9 IN'!USSIMMEfV .
; anile grower of Estero Let county, far recovered ai. to be able to be out. the county aut.borlt.le.-orl.odo Re-. i "
}, Buy the Peunant'Pante. We guarantee came up and spent Sunday and !Monday Mr DeBarger! ; and his daughterinlaw porter-Star. ... .. . ..
:, every pair. .Ka.cner & Cu. wits hi, brothers CapL. W. J. ,- Mrs. Fred" DeBarger, visited Prol: W. B.. Hinton, Mrs. Hinton c """ ANKN WAMMi! ''I, "

f f 'See my line Of sample before' order- and Rev. R. DT Collier.Mr Orlando Tuesday.Mr. and Miss Albert will leave next week .-;-

' log.vour two pleue suit. O. M. Pearce. P. A Van Agnew, the well M. D. Tindall, of Narooosnew, for Mlamli It where they will spend the .. ', L' ", -
. .
' known announces thl week as a candidatefor Is pot deOnetely decided
of Klsttlmmee has
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gilbert attorney member-of the school uoard. Mr. yet whether they will return to Knilmmee -
bought the the uth 0c
.on Monday, April 23rd a daughter s In tall but. their .
; for of the Miami River. for which he Tludall Is llfelog resident of this the many .
" friends will. Prof. Hlnton ;, A. CARSON, JOHN M. LIe ... 4.ItSO..l. '
paid M,0K Miami Metropolis.' section of Florida, and bas always hope they, , iJ' !
; New line-of Wa.hable Skirts andy manifested a lively Interest, In educational . and his exrllent family have lived ....14.... Yin.-Pr.Nd.rt. > .Wale f., ) fnlr
Mr. J L Crawford and bride, of here since the pioneer days of the .
Kanner & matters. Should he be elected
Silk Waists arrived at
lust PikevilleC., arrived here est end have always. been Identified State 'Bank 'of r :
"AC o.1. .... District No. 3 will be well represented. own. Kissittiitiee : '
,fj Friday on thet>> bridal trip and have. Considerable uneasiness"" I. felt by anumbeW'of with every movementfortbe betterment .r
The City Bakery Is 'agent for the been vl.It.lnlf'her.mllyofapt..J. W. of the moral religious and social cond Kissitnttiee Fla. w
here' relatives <
7 j White Star- Laundry-the best in the 'Collier, an uncle of the groom. and friends people living In having San Francl -- iop of their adopted home: Klasim- 4 .. } ,. 1

;: State.: Mr. J., W. Thompson Is putting In a ; .... .. ....... 1llTOCIt.OLDBItS 1\\
IDI1.C".TAL.\. \ e0 coo co I" ;; ,
glass front and otherwise since the earthquake. Among these.
new :
I Phone 100 and get 'your; bottle on arrangeng to bar Patrons. ".' .
aboi% u.,tUx. Freephoneat' Miller* "h..Outler Building, which he re: ire: Mr. and Mrs\ Fred Messy, son- LIABILITY.... ,{,...... SO OOO 00' c
, .Viable. cea.LI for the reception of in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. We.\ are advised by the Aetna, Liverpool DEPOSITORS SECURITY.. .. .... ., ...... ioo'oOO
i I' its furniture .i and undertaking ..busln ..- J. A..Bandy; M.... Amory Johnson; & London & Globe Providence :

guarantee every garment I'sell to lee, & Rev and Mr.. Dodge and Miss Louise. Washington, Hartford and Springfield 'Prompt. and Careful AttevtloM' given .to ah. ...t .ra:.-' I""

61 and. 'give a satisfaction. Q.- .,M.Pearce. The Orlando Bank and ,Trust ,Co.s Dad-or*. Fire and Marlpe Insurance Cotnanles trusted: to ... Exchanges Rood at all Cheapest 'J.

,t t a new Institution which opened' up Dr. J. C. Davis, a well known optician > that whatever losses may have rstea.l i _
Mr. C. O. Tuner Is't.o do for' business In that city Ian. week. of Kaosat City, Mo., who has been incurred by them through the appalling .' YOUI",BUSINESS' SOLICITED.N .-;
all kind of dray log. See hi* adv.. In Fudge J D. Beggs Is the president of : been'.pt>ndlnl!' a short time In our city calamity at San Francisco"

h1.1 Issue. the new bank, and Thomas .Hopkins Ucashier. every winter for the.! past three years, will be honorably adjusted' and
... left this week for Sanford where after promptly I paid and the record a. 4 .
l.v, Mrs. W. H. Smith and Mr.. F. M. spending a f_ days ha will leave for I Isbed at Chicago; Boston and Baltimore 4'
Smith left Monday for a visit to rela Mr. A. E. Drought, of Key West ; will remain unbroken. '- ,
.' I his home In Mlnsourl. Be leaves .1. I .I. .
lives at Jensen ,* spent a few day here the early' part large number of satisfied Their. large capitals ..s well as their .. <' S 1._ ." I j

'Ladles, If you teed a "nice. sj'mmershirtwaist of the week. While here be wade arrangement .who are ,always. eUlt.omer.l.behlod. reserves will remain intact with avery

we have a complete Hue. to have. his house occupied speak'a good word for him. I large. surplus beyond these Items p '
bv Mai Ing the Islandalnted. t *' after all their losses... .'. ' .
Kanner and Co.' Capt. on A telegramhss been received from paying ,
; osoEoLA >] t
> Mr. W. C. Parsons bv friends here may congratulateyourselves *:
Mrs. C. W. Griffin went ui> to Orlando NOTlCE.T-Notlce. 'is hereby given stating that he was In San Franciscoat hat your insurance Is written by these :::- . .

Wednesday' .for a brief visit that all parties wLo fail to have theircattle the time of the earthquake but I. old and substantial" companies, '"" '
with relatives; Inspected before driving them now safe at his home In Arizona. It. >Thanking you fr your business Inhe .,' PHARMACY.THEf ','. .
New line of men's shirts-cuff* attached from Dlst. No. 4, will be handled ao was known by Mr. Parsons' friends past, hoping for. continuance / t4DON'T '

and detached-lust, arrived atc cording to law. Ell Bass, that he was' In San Francisco Just of same, I remain'Yours'very/ truly ,S DRUG STORE. :. 'tt.... v'. '

> Kanner A Co'..' ; 4t. Inspector.Mrs. prior to'the disaster, and considerableuneasiness' -. W. L. DDZOB.8"2t ;. .
felt his account f* .
was on ,
Party holding ticket 814 goldenrod Flowers Walker of Bartow, '. '
; color wins .bat. rack at Kat.&'.. who visited her cousin'; Mrs W. B. which was relieved by the above men L. J IIS tS*T' p ...AV

:i Come and get it. Johnston, here about two weeks ago, Entertainment Auditorium Apr: fORGET |j *
died suddenly at her home In that city Having sold ray livery business. to e;. r s
I 1, Mrs. C. A. Barnes and children re last Tuesday night Mrs. Walkerwas Messrs. Ingram & Gilbert. I desire to 27 1906. ,
turned Wednesday from .. visit to daughter of Senator. Hooker of extend my sincere thanks to the public Piano Duet.'-4The! Cotton Picker' .. "

friends in Orlando Barvow. for the liberal patronage 'which has Tubllee".......... ,Mare. Carson. Estelle s. '. 'When ,in.cneed: of any1thing -
Men accorded me while conducting Overstreet.Reo. .

V.Remember Lee'. th1-evenlng the lawn for party thebenent at Mr. D.of Rev. J. W. BIgbam presiding the business, and to solicit a oontlnUK .*"-"Uncle Eph's Heaven". u... ; in the Drug ,line, *"> *
the Hart Memorial. elder for this district, held quarterly nee of same for my .uOO8 lor.. I . . . ; ,T Kate O'Berry. I 1 : {
meeting'at the. Methodist church here would also request that all parties Indebted Vocal Bolo-"Creep a Little Closer" : ,.

Kanner &' Co.,the leader. in low |Sunday and Monday. lIe rema ned to me make settlement at as .-., . . ........ ....Marietta Pfann.
prices, are" rotting In new' summer. over till Wednesday .assisting Rev. early a date u possible, as I wish to Beo.-VMy} Jennie,*,'*...,. . . Nina ::
goodevery day. L. R. Jenkins in the revival! services close up all, mv accounts.J. . ...; 'I Brail, 03. ,8 I.1!\ Bottle 91 fl6rbln6 FRfif", to eyerU'G' Customer

f; "'.All kinds of Torchon and 'AlIo'i. which. closed Tuesday night. W. Miller.Mrs. Play-"The Belles Of Blackvllle." ,

,laces to be had at reasonable pricesat Mr. H. H. Ivey purchased .'.i. woelc Farnsworth bade, her many FlirtationDrill.. ,
Kaon r.& Co'..- from J.4.. WIIIIIOD, Jr., agent, the Vlerds here goodbye last Saturdayand Admission 25 cents.
t old Earnest In West Kluslmmee', went down on -afternoon train .
. -
'Mr*. John E. Ennli and her mother and will a little later move his family toLoughman to spend a fow days with xaooe "
expect to leave next Monday to spend Into town In order to give his chil- the family of her son, Mr. Chas. ,duAce.A; :iflu6cydreuultaAsArltuec." AuAcilh'Ai; : ..

the summer ID.CblcaI9'Remember't.he dren the advantage! of the High FarDlwo h. before leaving for her T

,. W. C. T. U. lawn School.Mr. future bobpo;' .in Dayton Tenn. She LlQUOZONEFREE : Sunny Soutli Stables !' ;
will be accompanied by Mr. FrankParnsworth ,
party at Mr. D.. C. Lee's this J. A. Anderson came up from ,
from here and will be .
. .evening. Everybody Ibvlted. his turpentine farm near Parish in .
. joined In Gainesville by her daughter .
If you have any 'laundry to .end Manatee county .andspent Sunday and Miss Flora. Miss Llllle.. who Is .- ..j -, LIVERYf --'- ,'
away, and want It "done: up" in good Monday with his family. We regret teaching 8anfordwlll go' on later \" .' ,
;, shape, phone the City Bakery 10 learn that Mr.'Anderson I If thinking FEED ' '" "" "' -
There Is'nothing d.llnlte't.o ;; ;
of moving his family from KIss'lmmee. report ,: /!
Buy a suit of the. standard. make. 10 the hotel .situation but there are rT c '
..We guarantee full satisfaction or m.ny.rumor..noneof which, however ,, : and .. :
,money refun',ad. Kanner Co. The .Itettewa'y Naval Stores'Company seem to be authentic.' The latest Is ".. SALE' '. l'J"f. ,. -1. '
.. : Is a new corporation with headquarter . that Ktsslmmee Is to'have a $40,000 1" ,
COO sample to select your spring at Klsalmmee. The incorporatorsare / tourist hotel readyfor| next season's . ,4 STABLE', ;
t( .
"> '>.' suit\ from. All the .newest coloring O. A. Ptttteway' D. Horne buslneess It Is hoped and believed Cut Out This _Coupon) .4 .. .: > .(. k
I in) weave See: O. M. Pearce. H. and their :'
and Q. Petleway, place that something definite will develop ' ; >

I. : O2 Buckle* has begun the ereC- of business 1* at Loughman. The 10 a short time. Ktsslmmee Is one ofthebest For t\al. offer may not = 'INGRAM & GILBERT., PnoPRiEtORS., : -

f, tlonnpf a six-room *.lot. capital stock of the company Is 150,. tourist points In this. sectionof appear,again Fill.out.. i" .1s
addition '
44 .1<< the Q'Neal & Osborne 000. . .- the State, and "modern hotel this blank and m.nlt.. to "
27thV properly conducted would be assuresof BROADWAY;, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, ,
Pboue your wants, we do the run; This evenln April the the Liquid Ozone Co.? ,: ".
nlng. - ladies of the W. C.T. U. will give a a large patronage.The 468-460 W abash Avenue, '
KISIMMEE DRUG COMPANY. lawn party at the home of Mrs* D. C. fish steamer Success, of the Chicago.' ; If 1 Pliono.102. 'KIssl uuee, ''i' i"
Lee to tart the feud for the Hart Jkeecbobee Fish and Fur Co., which '\ :
Mr. H. Hi: P t.t.ew.l' of the Petteway Memorial. Refreshment will be has been' plying between this. place and All KirldsIlaulinE.; \11 Florida ,j 1
Naval'tstorss Loughman was served. This I. for a laudable purpose Lake Okeechobee bas made her last i I '

.transacting' business here Wednesday; and'should be liberally 'patron trip here for the present. The boat, My' ulseasel*. .". .<.. .....,... .. : ;;.: :.. ;.. ............... ...'9<... ;,l
M1\ ised. when loaded 1s of too heavy draft '
Herbert Smith of Umatllla, 1 have never 'tried Llquo- '

> 'who bas been visiting his sister Mr. Mr, Wm. Hatcher1, of Fayettev; this for the reason present Capt.stage Tv A.of Bass water.has For de- tone but If you will, supply ", ", 4,. '.
3i Turner here returned home Moo.y few here last week with COo bottle free I
C. day me a
N. sprat-a bit .. 4 "
cided to carry fish to Fort Myersfor ? fM :
7Phe>s watl n. ,
with view will take It. c\
prospecting, a to locating. shipment until such 'time as the w -,
., barter Every Mr. Hatcher 1* a brother-in-law of will rise galnj Bass. In- 'n '
,: new shop. water Capt. Nice : '
", thleg' Dew and up-to-date. Sharprazors Capt.. J. W. Collier"and:was It very forms ui the company bas ,..purchasedanotherf 1"J j"'H. .. l'.v......... ... .; i. .
pleased with this section. is ,, 4
much : ;
it ,,clean towels, first-class aerr".Jills boat of. eveQ'deeper draft. 1-rioxiel" L '
that be will move bis family ,a
;.:..Ioe. probable than the Success, which is now being
'" f. Eloise'I1ooo b her here a little_later; fitted with" engine and cold. storageat ,,.'. . ...,-.>'..;...--.'.....,. *.t...t.*T,l r fl.

J,;art class In the High bas School given cod up. left Mr. !Jenl;...baa 'Just'had. the Farnsworth ': Tampa, and which will be used only ,Olio;; f0...w..IM.'; rt.
last Friday for fort Myers to Join.. her. grovewhloh he recently purchased on Lake Okeechobee' for collectingthe ,, R. m WUIfl'E '
'JpareoR: '- 'trimmed and fertilize and fish. from the different. camps'-.sod ', \ :. .' ,
, I. the tree, are pow' in floe sbspe to carrying.them, to the other Tboats. -
:14.. MCiosner'Ii-prepirisg ,to put male a"rood growth' this,: summer. This company Is, making a- big success e'' 5> Con ,P21t7J3t'l,, ;X.6. h' wC.
1' :
|* ft gasoline engine at his blacksraHbP .dome!! of th.. trees are heavily, laden of tbelr venture, and the changeof lKissi II l flri : .

P: , "to;North: KU- with small fruit-and Mr...Bender, ex run will divert many .,dollar' \from" 'v T.j +E ree Phoue From Mlller'its'be.' ii. yr..
Ktsslmmee to Fort
to gather 00 boxes. Mf. ,
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proprietor of a newly furnished I tit Conversation to
Necessary the
Uptown hotel has given 'an order to a'publishing t I
Rank Birth and Race Are Forgotten Purchase off a Woman' Hat "
house for 200 Bibles.
I 'by' Homeless' Thousand of I (She enters the millinery department \
t "I: have been! hearing a lot .lately, United Stites Government Devastated ,
I .
.he sa1dF, "about hotel guests gong Golden Oats City. ) ,0
"Hats, pl' &1Ie. t am Just looking ',,
ru wrong because. there were no Bibles Orders,Their PrOSECJt .
to their rooms. Several" :years ago It on. .. 'oh; you xvbusy. toot Dear mel 1're .,

ha: t; xaZ was the practice of many hotels to olden: Oate ParK woo the mecca ofto JieVlMd.Knry ; . asked three persons to show hats J .and '

include a BrbVa In the list of necessary BIG COMBINE destitute. This immense playground -, \ to bed and early to rise., they are all busy. "+
: furniture. IS ALLEGEDSouthern Is -tUe: way to look stupid and red round. I "no rm.n., I be waited upon .
y} Gradually the people has been "
} .. converted into a vast the .. ,
ye that
but not
who were back of the enterprise. lost rnuahroom that bears Town Topics.Amptomp. at once. Thank! .you- ,
city ,
Farmer striking re- ." cross-looking girl. Yes that one will j
intermit, and the books disappeared Alleged to Have eetnblance' towns I -
It now seems that many.persons, par. Been Mulcted of Millions Through the fleeting I located eneeee . . I do. You see, I want some one wfco Is '

tlcularjy: ccmmorcla travelers com Concern Known the on the border, of a government Dusty-"What /ekes -)'ou' think be I willing to show"me..'"whether I bUJ'.or" ,1I.

) : plan| ;! of mUsIng them. Frequentlythey as ,"Can reservation about to be .opened to pub Las not realized ill his ambitions I I. not, and who understands my style >

.'road a chapterbefore going to ada Company" .lic settlementThe Crusty-"Ue Isi/bagreeable./ "- ud''. |I She must give me her undivided at-

bed lust to drive away the blues but 1 Common destitution,and suffer- j ten lion. as it la eo hard .to try to
MY look A .Washington dl.patch'says as I....... j' when a clerk is talking to her
now they never get a chance to :, ItiS have wiped all| social financial Johnny'Tapa\vliat s. experience" .
inside a plble. That being the case. Charging that the farmers of the south end racial distinction's. The n\an who I Papa-"It is Twlint we get In'place of I friends, about her beaux'or-or some.

t, It shall not be sad that any man stopping have been mulcted, of from -five t* on Tuesday was a prosperous merchant the advice .we refuse to take."-Town. I F I thing.""
at house 1. driven 'to perdition To saleswoman: ,
my Is
million occupying with his H TOPICS.
?>r for the want of a BLbl.--N." cvon Qollare by a fertlllzortiust plot of ground that adjoins the family jy a I I"' ."Please'show, something dressybut
", the department ot Justice Monday open 'J 'not too much so. Well you '
York -
Qua. air n lapses ha" 1
; : home of a laborer. The white o
I ; at Nashville. Tt"n.:? stsrtea on California has forgotten his antipathy "The PoUcepopartSnent\ la in hot know I want it for evenings and other'
".. V V I they are all
'Want Skis I I" Swiss. Army. foot the prosecution under' the anil- to the Ailatla and' Is maintaining vrater.. I occasions too. suppose
"Well.'It akeailwt/woter to clean 'marked down at this Ume of the y ar.
It Is curious circumstance that trust law of fertilizer friendly relations with his
a manufacturer new ,Chlose 'out they In .
some things The paper said were cut two-n
the one army In Europe 'wbo o'froo. alleged ,to 'be'membera of the trust and Japanese neighbors, I I mean the prices not the hats; .

s tiers bate a permanent snow-line, and Some.'of the' most prominent Business \ The" society belle who Tuesday I Cool mil eou....,. In which U\o'Use of the ski It ignored tight.; waa a butterfly of fashion at -'-She Isn't a bit lIen'oui., is remember hat I had once and
I a Me ,
me'n '
o- In the/ army Is Switzerland where of the soutUirn states are (lie Grand Opera performance was asoiiltng she?". '::Y' ra.

In many: of the cantons, nearly everyman involved in this prosecution. Till come factory girl In the prep- OU'e-"Xot; a bit. I don't think i. one. '"I windy.uppo day-. you are busy Yea I'll ,1

woman and chl'3; can ski., This has proposal would make her uervotu." ,
"' iimbination. whlcinhe government attack firalton of dally meals. Money had try them on. I like to sea the different -
PBRUNAWORKED latter fact probably to some extent Includes little aluo. The who had lh<
practically all the manufacturers family ? effect on me, even U. I don'tbuy.
SIMPLY MARVELOUS explains the neglect. But the differ.ence of acid fertilizer in the foresight to lay In the largest stock of ''r VrnrM Still. r .
between popular use of the ski I "So the specialist laid you'd have to
country covering especially those. -do. foodstuffs on the first day of disaster '" ow'> would you advise large or
and that systematic training, which give up crooking; for a while ru? v
'$uffIredSeverely'' .... alonecould make a batalllon or a Ing business in the cotton states east U rated highest; in the scale of "Yes, and' he also :said I'd have to' a small hat I think I will look at, I

,With .Hes
manageable Is so cbvious that its lecturers Involved Include some (a ,A few of the families who could J. it would be too trying on my coin.plezion. *

.,_ Unable to Work nql.act In an army which would needIt Baltimore and Chicago as well a* In secure: willing expressmen are possesiota That su.a atm. Not a' black one-It's too

1ti.sLtlcy. V. Mrliivney. U2,3rot ..... almost more than any other frontier Atlanta Norfolk; RIchmond Nashville, of cooking; stoves, but. over 95 percent "Give the' devil -bis due" be said, somber. Not that one.-it's old enough .

_1" ........,.... r. Y.. writ.: operation Is not easy to understand.The Charleston and other southern citle. of .the refugees are doing their sharply. i -fon."my mother. I should think you *

Pr ,
'ans'.... -4.lYr and lM.daolt.back _,"coli.and<< pa... turn b.,.In." raise an outcry on the subject: It Is villa has been retained as special couu- of brick or stono. Kitchen utensils asked. "You have Uo life insurance"Mlanta I seem to understand what Is becomingto
_e.. *.Ie attend In .."dally 10..,."",. pointed out that although there are eel for the g'lot ernment in this pro.. that last week would have been regarded Constitution.Kven me. You must make a study of my

r ....J.s/n....bilge-...., .now,h..,.lank..."" ,.one lo !IVru.r II..... thousands of Swiss officers and 'sol tcution. The government will allege with contempt are, just now thl.r In IU Pia';.. face Yes I suppose you are too busyto

-. toad.Ja... diers who tan ski there Is not In all a combination of manufacturers articles of.high value. She-"I hid a S3 bill la this diction- know every one, but you see, I.

.e..w HrM ._J'vruna worked ft* myWe the Swiss army a single" class for skl through the medium of a corporation Many of the homeless people are ary ;yesterday and I cau't Hud It any- buy all my things here and :yon ought

bare.1spty5 in file"UreefonIrr drill, nor any store for mobilizing organized In Canada known a* the In possession of comfortable clothing where." to know a regular cu.tomer."Cflrtalaly 4
...... from women our-who<>! have many. suffered grateful with let- even a company? ) of men on ski. Canada :Development company, has and bed covering but the great bulk He-"Did you l look amoug the ... \ It muat be Imported.

4 ... ejrmptmas named above. Lack of been formed It Is alleged'by .U'the of them ore .In need. The grass Is. dear?"-YonLert Statesuiau American hats always have a home
peevcata our' giving than r made look. husband likes to have
4l more' one several fertilizer companies whose product their bed, and their clothing their only My
w-t..ial ...,.. The young King of Spain Is H'. Art. Is the
me get the bat He it
It .. fanpoeiible to ../.n rpproximate! the inches shorter than his fiancee. fine gone 'nto the territory named and protection against the penetrating says
"I wouldn't call Daubson an artist
.. cheapest. the und for If I don'tlike
_ amount of suffering which IVruna Even the Prince of Wale. Is shorter through It the sales of the'output of fog-of the ocean ,or the chilling dew "
... relieved The pictures Le paints are frights.
the I is
or number of women wbo j a thing talk ao much-that .
...r> been stored to health and strengthTOWER'S a good' four Inches than tho princess. the different factories and the price of the morning. "Ilut'Tou ought to see how easily he I
I apt to mention It and he can't
am ,
16y ... faitIabaJ _. at "Which fertilizers f .
L have been, nM__ homswoggles people into buying them
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work unless it Is quiet
SAVED BABY LYON'S LIFE. have .been regulated. TEDDY ISSUES PROCALAMATION.Asks lie's certainly an artist."-Kansas City "Thst won't do. The crown Is too

The facts concerning the organization Times. high, and I would look taller than my
of this Canada company and its That Contributions Be Made -- '
Awful Sight Tr-m That Dreadful Co.... ieee,. husband. Of course. I can't expectyou
j plaint lofkntlla KcumaMotherrrml operations were"borne months ago laid Through National, Red Cross. to know his height* but I thought '0-

'h fie ,_ .i Catlenim :Ilamadlaa. before .the department of Justice bya President Roosevelt, after a conference I would mention that Uo Is a trifle
Iro yce'fl..d -
a "Our buoy had that dreadful complaint: former employee of the A/mours shorter than I. I always wear French 't.

Infantile Eczema which afflicted him for who'was selected to be one of the officers with Miss Mabel Boardman of heels but I hare to have my hall

', FISH BRAND several month, commencing at the top x>f of this controlling corporation at the American Red Cross has Issued low. Let me see that violet-hat. I hada

his head/ and at teat covering hill whole thfe Ume of its organization. The matter or. appeal 1 to the American people to beautiful one Just that 'color the

,>SUITor SLICKER body.stint misery His ufferinga, in fact were there untold was and nothing eon- haa been under Investigation by aid San Francisco. He asked that i.rlretlV ri + year I was married and my husband
n N
_ II% 'I w. would not have don. to have given him the department since then. all contributions be mode through the thought I was stunning. Thirty-five ,.

Maae M misi' tha Und relief. W. finally procured a full art of Last week congress passed a bill dollars..? I thought you said they ..
that's(MimatMito-aMproa dry the Cuticura. Remedies and in about three. changing the time of holding federal officials of the American National Red i \ were marked down. I never am auI".1'

1 y I ii auod comforUUte la the hardntatona. or four days. he began to show a brighter court at Nashville. This bill was vetoed Cross. who have effected systematic when clerks are telling the truth- .
UBlaekerYeU pint and ...II'I.u..hed. :
for the Li
ant time
"F low. SoWbyaawWDLdealaav in a year In about ninety days he was by President Roosevelt on the arrangements to distribute needed as that is. I suppose you don't always
r ground that Its the department et Ju" know. I try to be nice 'to : .
A. J. TOWER CO. AatoaroM fully recovered. Praia for the Cuticura sistance.: ., persons J'
u.aju Remediea .haa always been our greatest tics ,had Important business prepared who wait' upon me. for I can get 10. ,
pleasure,,and there ia nothing too good for the session of the court, the The full text of the president's proc much more attention. Yes. I'll lookt "

__ that we could. say in their favor for they change should not' now be made, This. lamation-follows: that one"Chicago News.
certainly .....4"our bab,'. life, for he Il IlI
announcement was regarded ,onlyof taco of terrible and
was the most awful .i..btthat 1 bel as "In the .so appalling
ever -
Aierjf &' Company held prior to the treatment of the Cuti- local significance' ; bat it now develops a national calamity as that I Expo.itlon':.French: Bilks. ,

cnra Remedies.' Mr. Maebelle Lyon 1S2U that the important business In which has befallen San Francisco tin '" ... An exposition or French silks will

GOCEMOXfl TO App'.ct.. ATe..Pf.M, Kan.July 18,1805. question consists of the antitrust outpouring of the nation's aid should sIr Jingo-"I don't believe In ail this i be held In- the OaUlera! Museum in

,AVERY & MCMILLAN,; Some men are wingless. angels and cases. s as far as possible be entrusted to the new fandangled-sterilizing business. I Paris writes Consul Aotwell, 'of Rou-,

_ ast is aVMaUt ForsyUiTst..Atlanta, Oa.Or some'men are hornless devils. The government will undertake to American Red'Cross the national organization Our ancestors never used such. meth balx. As 'It will contain 'rare exhibits /' ..,

-.kLL [II1DS nn___ show that Immediately following this beat fitted to undertakesuch ods." of brocades,. embroidered printed and':;;

alleged Illegal combination of manufacturers relief work. A specially appointed :Mrs. Jingo-"Ye..anet-whnt'l the result painted silks It'should receive the at-ij]
MACHINERYengines. ,KIDNEY TROUBLES l. the price of fertilizer was Red Cross agent. Dr.: Edward Divine ? ?Why they are'* all dead.-I'hll.a- tentlcm of American textile designer

Increased by-about $2 a ton. and that started Friday from New York for dolphin Record.. and manufacturers showing the latent "

Increasing Among Women. Bat this cost the farmers ot the southern California to cooperate there with tho -- Idea, in silk fabrics It win be ..

Sufferers Need' Not Despair states from' five to seven million ,I Red Cross branch In the work \\01 relief. "A soft answer.An I Kadleie;*" remarked<%.<.. the party open from May 25. to September SO.

THE, BEST ADVICE' IS fREE of dollars. I In order that this work nay b4 of the first part "tuinetli away ""ra th." .
Under the Sherman anti-trust law well systematized and ,In order that "True enough responded party

.'Of all the diseases known;with which not only Is every contract or combination the contribution* which I am sure will of the second part, "but wrath also "Talk about human beings having .7

the female organism ia afflloted kidney in restraint of trade declared it flow In with lavish generosity may be turaeth away a soft answer."-Phlla* descended from such as yeu!" exclaimed :
disease ia the moat fatal and statisticsshow
Poll: "they're much
legal but It Is provided that "every ,
; the Bulletin
that till disease la on the Increase. \vlcely: administered I appeal to delpkla\ likely to have evolved-from birds Youcan't 'j jI
who shall make such
among women.. person any con- people of the United 6tales, to all I
speak their I
tract or engage In any such combination cities chambers of commerce, boards Hie AttrartMMi AOD.leeI Fat.. can." language, and ,
Rev Dr. Torker-"I'm.pleaied to set .
: shall be deemelfcullty
or conspiracy and Individuals
committees '
o! trado, that you attend church: soregularly. I: "I don't deny." responded Jocko
of a mldsdemeahorT on convctlon and
their sympathy '
to express I hope ;you have found grace." "that they got their long tongues from
Ibilabia'Frlok. .- 'Bollere, all thereof shall be punished bya render' their aid by contributions ,to Knrgorn-"Excuse me, but'her' name your family."

fine not exceeding $5,000 or by Imprisonment the American National Red Cross is Helen-AhJ! there she la now-good It was 'then that the two had their

j not exceeding one year or They can be sent to Hon. Charles Hal- morning."-Llf... celebrated monkey and parrot time-
by both said punishments in the discretion Cross treasurer 'Washington Chicago
lam Keep Red :Tribune.
of the court. D. C.J: Jacob H. Schlff New Only: M l rM*>% ..

: While the) Canada company Itself York Rd Cross treasurer-or other local Dinguss: -You had a delightful dream A BUSY WOMAN.Ca. .
rKr2EmmaaTawye cannot be reached..It Is the theory of last night? What was It abouU"Sblldllolt"I .
: Red Cross. treasurers, to be forwarded De tb. Work of n.r 4 It Well red.
dreaded you were paying
ibe.department that Individuals. partyto by'tolexraph from Washington .
such trust agreement and profiting me all the motley you. have borrowed An ''
: ( to the Red Cross agents and officersIn en rgeU ;young woman living''u.t .
r &BEST, WPSOVEDSIW HILL ON EARTH.? by H can be prosecuted criminally California 'from me at various tlwell- outside of, N. Y. writes:

,. Large Engines and blurs suppliedsyretnpHy. wherever' they can be reached. Officers ) Chicago Tribune.A "I am at.present doing all the,house-
Shingle' Mill., Com Mills. I of the Virginia-Carolina Company .- ( '"THEODORK ROOSHVBt.." -:Mew lI.a.- work of a dairy farm caring for 9 ;

it 'Circular awa.Saw Teeth.Patent Dogs, the Armour Fertilizer company The Irritated octes.-"You. ask, me children: a vegetable and flower! ,laf'den ,,

C HHesm Governors.'Full line Engines 6VMHI % ,. and of other fertilizer companies who Southern's' .'Liberal' Offer. to write ou one side of tbe paper' only." a large number of fowls, beside unen
Supplies. Send for Interest In this Canada Development managing an extensive _,chance.bUll.,
fN. Catalogue held an has issued a N"(hicU side do you recommend?
The Southern railway through the w,
,Cnlaaa early and eorreet treatment company are Involved In this The Goaded Kdltor-"Always use the and puraumg
applied the patient seldom aurrlvea totlco to the effect that contributions toy regular.avocation as a writer for
W. L. DOUGLAS prosecution. It Is said the company thumb side inn'tun. .unless you are
when once the disease fastened upon for the San Francisco sufferers, when left.himded.le.elllud several newspapers and. magazines: (designing
her We believe Lydia :B. Pinkhaca'aVegetable "as dissolved as soon as It became cross-eyed or
'' addressed to duly authorized agencies fancy work for the latter) and ,
: 3eo&.3 SHOES AW. Compound la the moat efficient known the government was investigating ttr committees will be carried free Paln| Dealer. all the energy and ability: to do this I }.

.... .L.Douglas *.OO Cult Edge Line,. troubles treatment of women I ,for and ehronle la the!only.kidney inedletne its operations. Df charge. Two" '::;:;;:lt'Hungry '. ow. to Grape.Nut. food. -
.snn.t t>.equalled at any price. :
especially 'prepared' for this Ilawkea-"On do level boss -It was, not always es. and a year

..... a j p. : INSURANCE MEN' LENIENT. BLOODSHED IN MaNE.'REGIONS. I got a hungry family at home dat ago when the shock of my nursing
J. '
r- When a woman la troubled; with pain don't know where Its next meal's corn- blb death IItierly''pI'Catrated me '

eecw or weight In loins backache, frequent,' In' from. and deranged my stomach and nerves' ,
l'l'I .painful or urination, swellingof Companies Decide to Pay Their Losses Riot In Little Pennsylvania Town Results '
scalding Whltty-"So have I. My-wtfo; bad a o that r C \a14'aot.. assimilate a* : ,
I limbs or feet, welling under the In 'Frisco Without Question. In Deaths. much as' a mouthful of
Four falllug out with our regular butcher* solid food' "i'and
.... '. .eyes an nneaay.tired feeling In the The Insurance companies have already'taken .
region of the kidney or notleea asediment : up the question of losses After weeks of anxiety the situation day."-Vblladelpbla! Ledger. was even in worse condition mentally "'
,, would hare beep'a .
In the urine, she should brought about by the controversyof ll1''l ) r
., : .
In. 6an Francisco The
low no time In commencing treatment companies I Hie B.a...*. prophet who would have predicted. that '
'wlt.h \\Lyella-," PLokbam'a Vegetable hare decided 'to pay" dollar for dollaron. I the coal miners with the operatorscubnlnated Judge (Impatiently Interrupting It ever would be ao. i

t. thelDOau of the loaees ,,whetter I. fire "' lawyer's carefully selected citations-)A "Prior to .
it Compound, aa it may be or byearthquake. Tuesday night in a riot this great grief I bad Buffered

savingher life, .' This will mean. If the at Windsor, near Johnston Pa., which IlU't' ;you take fer grouted that I understand for ,:year with impaired dig**. ;
For VegetableCompound B. Pinkham's lot totals $200,000,000, aa It undoubt flnally tnded in bloodshed. Four are an ordinary point of law tlon. Insomnia agonising cramps In the '<
w did'*.- for" Jj Mrs.- edly will that $110,000,000; will" be dead and a number Injured and UM Lawyer (coolly)"Your Honor that's stomach, pain-ln! the aide constipation, ""
Sawyer. : the mistake I made In' the lower cd'urt; and other bowel derangement all '
paid in San Francisco realty owner ,
."I cannot the terrible suffering I town is patrolled by armed guards. F
1 expreei! where I lost case"Sunshlue.Uml.slo.e these
'clm7d"eltlr my were familiar
O had endure.. A d.-'of the female ,,'th"WI' as a start, new structures, The shooting, was brought on by an to 'my dally life.
orgaae developed nervous prostration; sod a It U expected, will .0011' ben course Medicine gar me no'reJlef-nothing
assault the jail made by striking off 8a.I_,
serious kJdna/trouble. Tba doctor attended upon. did, until a few months :ago 'ata,
me for a year,but I kept ctUng worse,untilI or erection. ? i miners who attempted to rescue com- "What will you order sir?" asked the friend's nggestlo.n I
began the
tn. ; unable do sad I. use
was to anything "" of waiter. '
j radek who had been arrested. : j
: GalTAL aso my mind I could not Uve. I finally dllt'ldJ: ANOTHER 'of Grape-Nuts food and subsequentlygave
r -to try: Lydia.. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound JOB FOR. HUOHES.Attorney. . I "Give me liberty or give me death r, up coffee entirely and adoptee(,

as a last resort, sad I am to-da.u ,,.WILL IT EVER BE. PAID absent-mindedly' responded"the man at Postnm Food Coffee at-ail my meals.Today .' ;
woman. lotpraIM ittoohlfbly, sad I Cases the table. _
,In Insurance Will Now -, ,, I free from all the
WI..y..d...... woman about case.* am trou-.
'S1IO000 == -.Mr*. Kauaa. Conyen, . :Tackle ;Coal.Trust.. Railroad. and Two.Offtelale Fined $50,. "I don't think we've 'got'either,of bIN I have enumerated. My,digestion Y> ".i<
them bill of fare oa7.i1r but '
: the the.1ra.t+ee.dsu .' Mrs. Plakham gir9 free advice to ,;- Attorney,General,Moody announce 000 for Granting Rebates,,:. "on V !- Is Imply perfect I as.lmllte-my food ': ,,
M Ma. y..utWt. I address lie oonfldenoe, Lynn that The Burlington and Quln- If- # without the.laast distress, enjoy sweet;
Charles Chicago
...w el st+....Naiae.r7s.M "w-1' ?&, Hughes'oftheIJew.Tork ."I bee pardon," said Patrick
wr tb.q..aip.pee, j/ s i '. i ,bar.. .and, .Alexander Simpson, iJ'll'Iillroad. Parlus >Miller and Claude Heury-for your it was-he-rousing j himself: restful sleep, and hate a buoyant teal-,
I ,: ... : RD 1r..oC the Pennsylvania! bar, have'been G. Bnrnham, of this road,"were found "I was" practicing'oa' the speech fans leg of pleasure in my varied dull.. In. 4'.

'r 0' .S- ..' retained by Hbe;department of. Justice cuUt7'D the federal court at Chicago going to sr. k. to-morrow."' fact I and amt new woman, entirely mad tct.i-
over. 1.I..ep"t. I it
Y RElyaNI to takt consideration ot'granting rebate* In of of ifeGuffey's ewe all. ?
: r ; rPo! nnder: all the 'rt01&tloa. Hastily opening a copy; of one. Qraps-Nufs and,Postum Coffee 'Namgiren *-"}
facts now'Jinowa rw1I.Icb'can"; "bo a.., laws ,r readers and: see If, ,by Postum Co., Battle. Creeks\
e.. E ..tN.a is I le Ss "' ,
4 ." yar.uasot as c.rtatned'n1a.ttnc'/, ,trainsporUtioa -' -The railroad:corporation 'was fined .he bad quoted the saying eorrecU7..he J.rk1a., .. .... ""ii i

0, b raa = ..and sale .of ''j'in 1IiteratatAcomna.rce. 140,000.,..and! the two 'officials $10,000: )I.ordered' a plate ot<< corned beet, and cab,'' There'a reason. Read the Utile b q1i..P'Jf

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HE: 1'UJP1T what the *haract r-r. help one aaetb* 11't'1..lTlhJa'I ;Nf; THstssrs ; -, , -- ,
'" 4" 1 J 4 er, that Is the :' The Jaws 'wonted
way, .w.nlntly* Dr. Kliae's Great If.""> , ,
I" It 'another -way. Queer people, these Bit r<...-.. trial bottle sad truce frrDs *, -
;Jews! ".They thought they were the ,B.Jf.,.>u ...LA..M1 AtthSt., ,Phlla.Pa. t..L
=QU..L1"r t SUNDAY ; BYEft treat people, which was ,very like the .

*>' ThE" RI" DA! LYMAfc ABBOT there Anglo-Saxon were no of other to-day.people They who thought were _' -Lcmaf.'ft'e control Rut" ws Tn reeeat'y rk bath! opened.under muiiicpal HIGH CLASS DRU

1 religious or civilised or who had the secret tin.VUnoir*. Soothln Symp for OhlldrsaUtl , "Th. aplrlt.tChrlsUaafty.1 1Brooklyn. ." of great progress. They said the >lBXi>ofUutl>. oared. \a e..l a dam ma J ..., .
kingdom would come 1- Jerusalem,-ritrt: tIODall'a'|.ID.-....wludcolle.Mg.a bottle I II '

to Home. aDd that not the Romans, but J-rore..oS'ti' asserts '
>. T. At Plymouth the Jews, would be domInant. But I ; the use AND"OTHERThe
Church tbe Rer: I.yinau: Abbott. D. D., Christ said "No that Is a mistake. of apples will improve the disposition.CAN'T

'; occupied: : his old pulpit lu .tho Absence The kingdom of_,God. 1* not in Jerusalem .STRAIGHTEN UP. .

,of mill'1lio*..present Ur. Abbott's pastor subject, the Ilev.was N."TheEwjoutial D. spirit or of Rome universal or 'Athens.helpfulness.It"Is..Tbat In a .tt:4.S'i : 'I'o..b: :. CA.... \11'.1& harts sad better class of i druggists, everywhere are men of IClenUAo it.aIDmeD: aDd high la"TI$7ti ;"

Spirit ot Christianity.:' Ue lathe kingdom of God, and the king. 7laltitads .r I'"..< sad Acliri. /La devote their lives.t.11e welfare of thenr.fellow men luppl.ln8! }he bed of'ressedis
chose for lilt tfxt: the passage Matthew dom 'will come when every man helps Col. IU..8. Harrison, Deputy Marshal. I purest 'medicinal sjlffCPH 'of known .alne,1n ,accordance with pbysiclans'' presoeipSOas, I

t xx:2T-2S:: : : "Whosoever let him be will be chief his fellow man out of every kind of 710 Common ftt;. Lake Charles. F.a., scientific formula. Druggists of the better class manufacture many' excellent, rem.t..... bet J
l juuoug yon your servant need whatever it may b,. He was says: "A' kick from a horse first loon false brands Imitation lmedielnear'They
under officinal and
even its the' Son of Man, en me, not tot flnallr arrested and Won oath and always original or names they never ,or
1>9, iulultitcd_''wuto. but to minister asked.Are You the put Messiah?" .."1 weakened my back are the men to deal with when in need of anything in their line, 'hloh"JlR&1l include .

and to give Ills life a ransom for am" He geld Reclaimed to bo'the and,affected my kIdneys all'etandardremedies, and corresponding.adjunct of a first-class pharmacy and the finest sod. .. '

iunnv: ,'*>aud sad( : Messiah and He claimed to bring about 1 became verybnuV beet of toilet articles:: and preparations, many useful accessories) and remedial appliance
What do we mean by Christianity? anti had to go
a the kingdom of God by diffusing;the The of fair with the satisfaction which arises from of the benefit
I What |I" its essential specific spirit spirit of hope and faith and good will.' about on crutches earning a living, a knowledge
i ..' ,It Is the spirit of the Christ wbo "came The apostles west forth-and preached The octqrs'! told m4 conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession, is Usually their greatest

1' not to be ministered unto, but to minis what? Not the Ten, Commandmentsor r had 1cue of reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toIL They all know'' that Syrup of,

: '' :. ter." The spirit. of( tbe 'Christian Itet''ot Is to the Sermon on the Mount but "ThisIs chronic rheumatism o Figs ia an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction, and thflreforetbey ,!
Cbrl.tIt is to
be like
;t.";" nil that III Injurious'and nil that Is valiuibi the" Messiah. The Delivered Is but< I could not 1>e- are: selling many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers' of' the, Choicest:: to
the accretions come the nature of the case lie hove tbm.. and fin .remedies and take in out the genuine,article bearing the full''
}r : :11I1I that are injur- eonld not do it alone. If it 'were to be t.bey.always pleasure handing \
':. ins "lid'111/ the additions which bave some sudden upheaval some cataclysm ally began ullhlfrDoan'a name of the Company-California Fig Syrup? Do.-printed on the front of every package, r

"'-" been nw
It to tl',ret doctrine back to, ritual the time and of Institutional Christ Himejf -; be done, In,single and universal period but if goodwill for roy kidneys.came more Flnt freely the kidney..then the secretions ot weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels; arising from irregular habits, indigestion',;or. t k
peace helpfulness
i .:.* and, if we' can see 'what Christlanlty were to be brought about, that-would pain left my back. I went and got over-eating,. that there is no other remedy pleasant, prompt and beneficial in its effects* T.

:o meant tben and tBere. in order take generations. Tbat must go from another box, and that completed a Syrup of Figs, and they are glad to sell it because it gives \iniversal satisfaction. "

.i-tt: that we may set at the essential spirit kingdom to kingdom from city cure. I hove been well,for two years." Owing to the excellence-pf Syrup'of Figs, the universal satisfaction which Jt gives nd' the
,: oflt nnd nation to nation. And so He calleda.few Sold all demand it made tried and condemned there< are-'
Ii-! There appeared'at tbe beginning of by dealers. 60 cents a box. immense for imitations have been ,

''..,..: the so-cnlled Christian era a religious twelve men then to seventy carry the Then message.1-te'died.-' first: FoiUr-Mllburu Co.. Buffalo K. ,Y. individual druggists to be found, here and there, who do not maintain the dignity and princl'les'r t

1 .L teacher Jn 4 province of Palestine. He Then, after Uls'resurrection. He sent A naturalist bus' ben making obMrrs of the profession and whosogred gets the better of their Judgment, and who do ,not, hesitate \ ,.
; was certainly for that am and for all other,. He sent them In the spirit of tloos'oa th.'tolUU of crrlmiirnu.Th .- 'to recommend and t.ryto sell the imitations in order to make. larger rook Snob preparations r:.

'I. acres a singular( man. ,The things w* good will and.belpf ulneis, to health sometimes have the Syrup of -Figs"-or "Fig Byrup" and of some piratical concern ;"
cure for most lIe seemed to be ludlfferent sick 8 til of owns ,
Un" 1\
:, the I leper and restore comfort Turkey more than
to. lie did not care for pressure, ; to the sorrowing. To minister to tOO biFrelu, mm with sold mountings. ,. or tloUt.101U.ftg syrup company, printed on the.pacbg -bat"ther never%.v. the full name.of

but Ho was not, ascetic. lie did not everybody, rich poor..-wise. ,Ignorant the Company California Fig Syrup Co.:" printed on the fro=t'of the packa The imitations ,..

,hide Himself from the world. ISetois to the Jew and the Gentile,' tiara' or OHO ... should be rejected: because they are injurious to the system: In order to sell/the/ ..imitationsthey

invitation uo Instance to a which feast Ue He refused began his su There -was' something more. In all FmiKK'J.Loco. .. i I he' .I toulor find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception,a.D. }whenever a'dealer passesoff '1. t '

', ministry he creating 'wine to prolong occult ages men liave believed back in some great, partner ... A ,on customer a preparation tinder the name of "Syrup of Flg*" or Fig" S.rUp"whlcJa '
lying ot
power the phenomena ..
/V the festivities at a marriage feast and of nature. The Jews thought' Co.County. doing and bu Bl> Toledo. oddarm does not bear the lull name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the package,

U :yet Ue did not care fo- what men call there was one great God who lnexor- will par the IK>I. he is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his ''.

pleasure. lie sold Himself that" He ably demanded righteousness of His LAM for each : ,... establishment, whether It be large or small, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and 0/1"' I
bad not where to lay Uls head. lie that onaot .. HAUICATABIK
peoplerand Jesus is "
'often laid down to sleep with orily the I said"Ood a CCEB ... and deception:: in one case he will do so with other' medicinal.,agents, 'and n' the filling 'of
one at actuated the
am samespirit
stars overhead. He lived on the slmplest In My life and teachings I am Bwom to........ d' )ta. my physicians' prescriptions, and should be avoided by every one who values health and happiness..
food He did not care for wealth. interpreting this great Infinite Power. )--l. 'rileI'.. "' m- Knowing that the great majority of druggists are, reliable, we supply the immense demand
'He never called a man a fob! but once, this just, wise God this eternal Infinite ""*--* I At1706)M. ftAUe. for'our excellent remedy entirely through the druggists of whom it may be purchased ,everywhere *'
and that was tbe mnn who spent all his .
Presence. Hall's Catarrh 4
And lie illustrated ills ),
In original packages at the regular price: of fifty cent per bottle> but as exceptionsexist
life, In a&uniulantlng and then did not meaning by the parable of the king eu directly on sar- only, ''
know what to do with, tbe accumulation whose subject rebelled against him; aces of the.)' it is necessary: to inform the public of the facts, in order that all may decline or .return. '

.. He did not care for power far by the parable of the lost sheep and Ire Sold*. br oil".i.I> O. any imitation which may be sold to them. If it does not bear; the full name of the Company. ,

when He wasoffered a crown Ue refined the parable of the prodigal son "Thatis Ball's Vamlly California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every package, do not besitaU4o return the '

< Hlm.v It.waved One day palm they gathered branches: about and Jesus.the kind of Father. that God I.," eald article and to demand the return of your money, and in future go to one of the better class of'

shouted "Hosannah! and amid all tbe There I. still more In Chrlit's message An excuse lamein .druggists who will sell yon what you wish and the best of every thing in his lino reasonable_prices.SufiG : .

joy and acclaim He stopped and weptas In all ages men have been trying the "

He remembered the sorrows which to get to this unknown God They \ ...
were to rome upon Jerusalem. have said: "'Ve have done wrong, we ( *"
Ambition did not appeal to Ulm. He have aroused the wrath of this God. Mh

was willing to preach to 6000 or to 2OO He is right to be angry with us. how
or to twenty-five or thirty, or to sit snail we appease His anger? We will '
down with one poor wretched woman offer sacrifice" It is difficult in this Thousands, of Women-
and talk to her by the well; and it did twentieth century to realize what wor: ; .. ,
not make any dlbereuce. What did lie ship, was, twenty centuries ago: Picture -er" );:

among care for men? For and service make-them to go happy., about .robed the priests.temple AH the around altar in the the whlte-outer suffer every,'' month .I In silence, tortures that: 'would' drive a: man to the,edge'of" des-:j '

That was what lie cared for. He cured court the cooing of doves, the bleating; pair.. The ailments peculiar to_,women. .are not only painful: but dangerous. and; ''f
,jrfor all sorts of men. He was equally of sheep and within by this altar abutcber' '
' ,willing to serve tbe Greek or the Jew. i shop; a shambles.. Priests) should recelvq prompt trqatment: before they grow-worse: If you suffer from'pain..
;> If He lived now. He would be as willIng cutting the throats of lambs and cattle '
functions headache side ache;dlz! tness etc
to serve tbe the Christian.He and the blood flowing la great' rivers 111 Irregular falling feelings, tired feeling ,:

was willing to save tbe poor and out from. under the altar Why? .Because follow. the example of thous- *. .,'': +
the rich. He was not a poor man's these people thought God bad a > '
prophet, nor a rich man's prophet. He right to be angry; -aud they-were right. ands"of'women"'wh' have

-was.willing,to minister to the ignorant. He,had a right to be angry-aud,they WINE .. '
44and. just as willing to minister to the thought lie was angry-r-and they were been relieved ,or cured, and, ,\4' ,

'wise. He would talk with the peasant; half right in ,that-and they thought Silence take Wine of CarduL.
or spend evening'wlth cue of the r'S
au the way to peace was by sacrifice and =
i.' great rabbis"at Jerusalem. Character they:were wrong in that. Jesus never SoldII'all I> 'Of -
or pant conduct did not separate men offered a sacrifice so far as we know r
from Ills sympathy, .It did not make or told anybody elss to orr sacrifice. ,

-' any lived or how rotten was his character' what Me has done Is his: Ills-Marshal Of course the success of a rival Is The Only Remedy uXBdwla Four battleships cost more money

\ lie was ready to help him. He came has come (or yon and me. Has He merely a matter of bull-head luck. James was one of the,most than Is given by all\ Pr teAAntChrf..r.-i.
Jericho one day and tbe people come ia with greatness of richesor
power endem in a' for missions.In .
round Him. It was a city of wonderful display 01 intellectual brilliant English lawyers: of his day'. _year_ t '
1lnlo" end corrupt politicians./ The wisdom No.: Come how. In syinpiitby DON'T MISS THIS hut be was always In 'financial difficulties. WOMEN,
+were more corrupt than iu Ju tenderness, in love.-in purity rables.A. At one time7 he lived In some A M.t I* A Mj L, .iii .
day, and that Is laying .c. great and truth righteousness. 'We can A ours Toe SMMWI :XewMetkted. West E It-/CbalDbenJthe landlord,ef 1 Buy &. )'. Paint and get A toll rallnn.Vean .: will: dad in'XBUJtIa z.i s i os'
by AbeorpUoB fe u..P.Do't'oll < ,\ 10 to''15 . L.- .
:.beca )
, dell: It was +. city of priests and politicians see no way to bspplnetssnve by endowing -. whloh could never obtain rent. At Zinc kardena'I.. tc K.r White Lead ? the'idesl.letmllve, e
sad '
and one of.tbele latter who -with troth and purity and It Belch'betMed? Stomach' Are last he had recourse to an expedient makes 1. M. Paint; wear like\ .iron. peasant and u.-P1: q-
had made money by squeezing the pub- righteousness. He has: corns to us-to' means a you <4 1.. :liable remedy wlthoat',Ute '
afflicted with ,hort Brestfa.s,Use Soar which rte hoped would' arouse his,ten- gallons of 1L mixed with S gallons. .
lic, who climbed into *
was a little
map you and me. oil will paint moderate awed IMBt
Pains l a bowee. danger 01' possible bans
N;KnicUtion Heart indifMttan. I"
a.tree, because be wanted to see this He says Ton can do the same nepeii. Ban jlairs and l....Weight in 'ant to a'sense of his obligations. He C.S.Andrew,Kx-Mayor Danbary,Conn., .to them :ill. ,..T"eoadit.IoII! y
strange man past This strange man I thing." Yon any "I hove no power." rat cl' Acid btonucb. Distended avVad him'if he would be !kind enough write: " koiu 19 jeers ago .'peealiILr to .themselves..'.c, {! -
passed, the priests. and the orthodox "Neither had I." "I have not wealth.. Abdonea. UiutncM. Cobet: to' advise him on a Itttfo legal mats with L'A ){. ooke well today Plaaaat'ta tate 'mIld I.

religious people'' and lookedup at the I "Neither had I." "I was not an eccle-: B4 Breath of' .Any Other Htonaca. 'Toe-" ter in which he 'was concerned and on PAIXT' YOUR BOUSE.If action and thorough iaraultsI. a
little man and said: "Come down: I am slattlc." "Neither: was -I." "Come toMe 1ur.1 - James aequlewlag drew up a statement per cent commission allowed to any 'Teste4 for 33'yeu.: .
going to dlne with you to-day."* lie llvo I lived be Let as send. yon a boa of Mull' Anti- reaiilrnt 'where have 1IatUe.. '
: get My spirit; as ; his we BO agent, on ale s'oe..s '1.00 pew lit
Belch: Wafers that it specifying own grievance ,
free to convince
sought out the bad man because lie willing to lay down your life for, . yon. of J.. tt )(.' to property-owners, si ourtal re aU Drug 8torea. J
coree against the learned counsel and asked "
thought for
II* could do
something I waster '
him liens equally ready; to ;minister I have tried you.this morning. to get behind sod Nothing very plraaaat.else like it Curee absorption.It's sure' him to state'what lie considered the Apply l to LONQMAW &. MAHTIXKZ.: . r. MOZLEY'S r /.

food to the.hungry, healing to the all definitions' ,*all creedal state! Harralce Mo dre;.. Stomach Trouble best course for a'' landlord 'to take Paint Maker. Mew Jfork., ,

sick, comfort to the afflicted wisdom menu, not 'because I think they are can't be cared otberwtae says Medical uDder such considerations.' .+. A SURE SIGNMadge LEMON

to the Ignorant inspiration to tbe de- bad. but because- am rare the spirit' Science. Drugs won't do-they. eat up the The paper was returned to the land -Why do you, think she has ,ELIXIR. x
Stomach and make
.' !>re scxl or succor to tbe simple and thefT of Christ transcends all definitions and you worse.we '
bnrdeuet know Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers mrean4 lord the next morning with the following passed the age. of thirty TMUllcent '''9:0: t..c.'TaIMMING. ..-'
creedal statements. Christianity! What we want yoir to know it. hence Ibis. sentence subjoined: "In my' opinion -Because she Invariablysays
The only question with Him tans: "Is is It? It lathe new doctrine of God. otter. Thia offer nay not appear ...ia. .
i this man In trouble" What kind of It is the new faith In God. It is the this is a case which .admIts of -us girls."-Puck.' .. .
trouble? "It does\not matter what'ot faith of.God. 'who is In His world sit 1 1428S only one, remedy-patience."-BaltV ..... '"
'/ :V.tuil of trouble. I want to help hi in." He was in Jesus Christ comforting the << GOOD FOR :25c. 141 more Dally, Record. .' _. We use genuine Leather in our cushions -: "
, and bocks.. Leather ana fine ,Leather ,
jXbitt was absolutely. lila only question. sorrowing helping the tempted instructing r Cash a Boot Leather
'".' And yet this man saw that the deepestt the Ignorant. It Is the newhope 'bend this coupon with your IoAID. Quarter Top with Leather Back Stays, Full length Carpet, roller .. ,J..
sad address and your druggiat's name H. H. QBBBX'S Sons, of Atlanta. Gs.:, arelb. Sub Irons, Quick Shifting Shaft Couplings, out ,
price only
?, troubles of men are the troubles that the hope of the kingdom of God sod In the
and in successful .
lOc. etaui|>s or silver we only Dropey KpeelaJUts t..900. Dealerasellth.eamekindforf6y.oo. d
creme< upon them because of their that is coming. There Is coming the will supply you II "<* >!o ,,..* you world. Boo tbelr liberal offer in advertisement Weftiiarntee ... 1
wrong/ t:Inc.; In Ills first great ser- time ,when men will, give to their fellow have never need Hull I'. Anti-Belch! in'another column of this paper every part of oar Bnv. A goad Harness for 0O.49. t:.:'t "
a' mot He gave the secret of happiness 'rneii,fair honest generous meas wag.,.., and'will also Mad you' A .cettibeate >. Write for Catalogue No 75 ,; .
:when Herald: "pressed ere the pure In urea and will "do unto others as they good for Mo.' toward tbe pur RESIGNATION."Do GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY CO. i,, d it1,'
' heart" 'and "Blessed: are thn poor In.spirit" would be done, unto." That Is rlghtteousness. chase of more Belch Wafer You' will 160 stetwooa *.*.. ATLANTA OA. $4900'. ,
, find them invaluable for atnmm-b I rou yon think that a strike will
OttThe secret of happiness There Is coming a time when ;
ble cures by Addre
'{. "A whet you.nre. not what you have. there will'be peace In -4 v.ry heart because MULL'S; OBAPB absorption.'Ionia Co.: 'Sa ad make coal more expensive asks ,1OOO PERSONS
4$ 1' So the thing lie wanted to do was to tt Is at harmony with Itself and Ave" Hock l.Und.-lll. ODe householder '
f scbange men's characters to, get them peace in the whole world between man "I don't know whether a strike will and eat
.".' out of aln and lend them in the paths and man nallon-and nation. And It Is ',Of c* /till Address and.Writ '"'W.... I da. It." answered the other *but Find'1,000 persons, men, women ; who

, of virtue and truth find good will. ,He a new hope.tbat Christianity brings something will."-Washington Star '
iiNranted to lift off the burden of*their when it says:"'Now.,yon,con work for ,
All drnirglats. 0e. per rT. or br meflnoon
:JAins and make them healthy, normal. that because you are working In the receipt 01 pr/c. Stamp accepted. DR.
holy| men and women. To this He spirit of the Eternal and it is tbe spiritof c..*. Bl..4 "01_ Clearer, Dlmra, KeCarbual 'PB'IOE'Si';

; prove| Ills life He did not do this,Inctideutall.r. good will,,of servloe. ef saerlttce.-of e... .<< **.. .. etfletBO. Pr...
\J; . as It chanced Him: there was laying dwn our lives for..others,as Ho The Strenuous Life of Old.Th'la Xobert Wart )(A,>lef's.: Ga., ..,., iIftmr-. :
'\ feotuetUlug, Jiiore. Ha ,laid: .'Tbat'Is I laid down Ills life for us." is said Id be a "strenuous" feted from blood poison, my bead *" "

i.., (wltat1' I am here for. Tbat is what Christianity 1 What* it? It Is that age Doctors or people who dabble and ebes boulders In bones were and one mass of corruption, _
joints burning.
t-1 Hied put Me Into tbe world for; it is the "God so loved the world that Ue gave ,
in, the doctor's. art talk about .the"pace" aombby skin, was alA run down and dlaAourajrd. -
\;, lalsilon lie has given; Me. He be His only begotten Son. that whosoever we all live now, the stress and but Botaula Blood BaJm eared WHEA1'.FLAKE'CELERY".H
1 donned: to a nation that'bud belicveth In Him might not perish, but ....perfectly healed all the sons and g..". '
Oto look forward for tbe golden age, not have everlasting life. That Is the 'theology storm of life in England in the twentieth helm the..rlcb < f' : 'baokVard. They thought' the good of Christianity. ."The kingdom century: .and so forth. But are : pat ew life Into my blood new :
' time xvat yet to come. Their prophets of God.Is at bond" That Is the hope of we all so tremendously, strenuous I ambition Into my brain." Oeo.. A.' Williams ,

'liad tola them so. They thought it was Christianity. "A new commandmentgive Are we cr." will'c work' than I sore Boxtmry OB ,tack fao.covered ot head wiUi, cuppuratlogr pimples ebroala swellIns and \will find 000 of them that It has helped,.to cure of eonitlpation. -'

.to be brought"about some said, by the I unto yon: that yer tore one another Englishmen were In tbe, Ellsabethanace. ; on nook;, eating uloer'.OBI leg..bone You will never know what a real delicious breakfast food' l_ "
y, ; by a series of prophet, or by 'A have l That is the : \
as I loved you. .or than they say-we take: pains, Itebing sklsufiOrad,perfeoUyby' Boianla -
:itlngle; man!'* conqueror. ,And.thisY law,of Christianity. were Blood Balm eone all beejed. ,Botal until you hare eaten this food. In. preparing' it there( '1'no serfcfr;
,' roan luna said: .( ; 1s at band This good time Is already ,Tjiongbts'Wh.y--I.1.tbat disturb Tim and 0.5 I trouble* literature and.history do not show tro la Je8.sash a* eoBemm; webs and scales, with the most 'delicate stomach and to excite the required natural ''
: ; .
here. :find I am the one to- brlnlr Itolioijt. convincingly that this S. so.-Loudos pimples running eone'e.rbaDol'ro-l
, ." Tbe first time He preachedtvas us seldom come from God. It is generally Saturday Review Jula, e..... Pap.elany.dls.d foe'eli, obetf notion of the ,bowels' to 'vanquish constipation. ,

l |" at Naiaretb and then Ue fold them best, to put them' ;way.and throw . DUe oases tbai bave reached tile second..orthird .....d bet y h.Iss ......wIUI hemaj talk. .. ."f,e--
onrself. with increased trust in Him B&ace. the
:l tb11. ,Then !gathered'a few disciples \ of HI strenirlbecis woak Improves kidney.'trag dlgcsttoni s, SI.; . : of .wi U art '
about Hint and after, a 'year.with and mistrust, amid self whatever at feet. And be.fa1Lyoudryness LACKED APPRECIATION. To0- it .vans, sample of Blood iW9WPftIat.rWeMy. DlgeiHwi"" Jrw4y. ; ,
He asked:. "Whom do never forget may ""I told'her, sh* 'was the sweetest '
tbenv men say coldness, desolation Balm seat Creo prrpejd by writing Mood "'I.r.. ., tq
,tbat I flm r' ,They said: "There are girl I ever,had met"Did"she UeJm Oo.. Atlanta Ga. Deaeribo trouble .' % tttt'Da
f' and disappointment. consciousness of .std tree Dvadloml ___ ;Z : '; ;
In many different things said Bom's nay many faults,, and of: great weakness, seem to appreciate what dvieosent ia sealed a '' .

,\. .. prophet,. :and teacber; sometone and want where leve'Is. you saldfNot that ..,'W
some another.And '
'f/.I' lie Men )lfe Is burden . --
.ld"BlIt! there God Is, sure to be.' He .e"er.r.t entirely. All she said was a - ,; -
" t, ; imagine'whom-say' moment tbst'I-of smrtOa.'cau sl4euc has suffered
'and hesitation and from Him w.bicn.: amid all It* frallltlesj
(bat xo l.w.d., .Andthen uncertainty and falls,clings Jo Slmlp rtove..U. I*'
I one, en Imp il-
Jittve one-taldryou' re the Menlali." Sidney;jLear.t _. *
He; replied:.*'*Tt>. I am:'that' Is rl bt.? '"""*a...t's 'r.......... la Creole Will Restore those Gray Hair
.: The mission of Uia life was to brine Difficulties are;[God's errands: .and
>; > trfmt don the enrUi when ire are not fpolnbeaa, we should
(ff5to4-h. siW., "The do '
way It tot* esteem It a proof of God's confidence.-,
Ia4I1P corrra ofla'faaeetl'y' '; lie, ; f I J If..
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Notice '.of'Intention to Apply /for Legsan -. U Polk.c-.t: :........... ... H shall Notice of Application' 'For Tax
bar lf.artaelpal.......ta tha tows af Cools, ta
rr Charter. the oouBtof Marion and! Stata... Florida. Deed 'Under'Section; 8 bf Orlando Flaj
!Lr Prls.n.s to Bs ANNEX SALOON

.ote. Coamty, Pie. Notice la beret v givan that tha ..ndenoIpadwill ARTICLE U.Tba Chapter 888. Law. ot. I;

apply ta the luA..of. tha Circuit Court of the '........ Stun of tha Ibualaaaa ta ba beer Florida ,

doe "Oio.d1 county PeraaeraU Seventh Judicial Circuit af Florida ta and for acted br tola _doe ahall..the manufacture" !iI.".... .li hereby a''Ivan that t. i, Bl-niion.. ", .. '" -
the Conatr of Oeeeota. at TIIIIP'IoricIa.. or pun-haser of TanertlAraM No. .. .
u.e was.held at: It___ Fin.ay ) and Mia of. all kir.dn.u.litso and aaanrlptloaa af .4 l55C. has -
wherever. said Court may b., on tha lth day of. the l.t d r of "..n.. A. P. .. ,
ef March, 1W, pursuant to, 5... eto.n.v Uaa, ahlacla and hunbar UMf.rmlnr. flla f sud eenlno.te la an- '.Olca. area h.. made ,
ads' May. -. for a Cbartar Incarparatlna; the "Nay' burliK.. aalllnc raflaiiw. af. cruda rum appilnstloD for Ux de*>d to "'.,.aeooolatiraBald
...Sunshine Home and Sanitarium for Con.avmptlvea1 who. are: To My Friends and
and 0.......... produota from pta ti.n and oartlfloaM .. ,
fdbwlwa.sUfoU a primary election. was. under the following proposed.. Charter, .18""'_ the folowl.I"! -
; plna wood l.buldingandooraUbgof. acrlbed .
; rallraadiand pmp rtv altuaied In Osceola
w.letna.1whkk I* berate attached and nledlatheoMce Florkls. lowlltw .
la hereby riven that there will ...a Demo . of the Clerk of,the Circuit Court .In tftunIe ta ba used In aonnaethm with "aaUbadnaaa .*5 !M ofafM tiottn t. II.Tp. MARME.: -
the said toed not be used ....... '
ta '
......tAoa held in th aa mdrrbral 9 h. MUd land '
I primary Mini
Several electlo and for said County of Oaoaola.Wltneaaonr ; amMwMit at tha lala of the
afcatrict*af Os-ula county. Florid, on'Jeay la name, idle lid day of. April, A. the luaninc of. mossy and the taking of the H K.Imuanea Huso, Ala of such. CIa"'I..k |h_ .tbeu.mcol Public Generally

,'t FMland. fn.assasryan June It I ua,, for the D.1KW.. rrop.rty.roterad..wa..urlty. tharafott; wbkyt.bBins Dnl.i.I told oertlnesU f red....... ae ... .
; haadllnc and la
as&aaton.1 all Democratic .anywlaa daallnc I u law. \
candMatea. state and. MARIE L. ENNIS ni tax dead .1111..1111 thereon.n I
f. In all kind. of narchandlaa at wholaaala. stall or the -am rtaMar.. *. D. Ilex .
.; s.My.ta ba voted for fay the Damoeratia electors FLORENCE B. BEET .
on eoinmU.... This corporation shall air. hava Witness mr offiola' slgnstnra sad seal I this I
.S' -&N.e..Y1.hectic,a... held November. eth.JEM .. _, ELIZABETH A SEARS lu.IJ..I.b.IOtb: dar of '
1,, *, and to be appointed by u.. Democratic JOHN P. ENNIS. the powar to hold,.buy, awn. _1.1II>1, davalop. .ll.sonny .tprll K. L.A.LEKI.KY D.'111I18 I have' purchased) Metcnirs Annex Snfortn In Orlando' :
/ leorotw state between .,' holdlna. ; SOPHIE: ENNIS. U...or ........ r.hcrtfafn pladca a.. Clerk Clraull ourt.: ._ .: ,
f/ seek election. chanaa.: Improve or otharawlaa deal In and dlapoaa. 01.**'"*. ***"*
primary and th .
beUlna of the
prt- \\lrWeHARWltLL.D.U
'Fry election A. J). Wua.Ta of both reefed paradnal property of any nature and I will give prompt attention to. nil 'orders forWhiskey '
and kind. ...._. .
followln officer are to ba nominated at PROI'OSLOCHARTLS. and do all other thingsnr.wry "
,..... taM primary alestfen to-wlt.. 'I' OFeothroa .approprlata eonvanlaat, of Incldantal Sale of Real Estate.., Wine to

1 Representative. In Cona-raaa. second a NAR00088EE SUNSHINE HOME AND 8ANITARIUM to tha purpoaa harata stated; to raoalva Under'and by virtue of an order. and. ......... taI ,' or. Beer entrusted. me', andJfvit .

End dUtrictJl FOR CONSUMPTIVES.. for all or any portion of Ita capital.took...payaientS.I .....out of and. under the .aeal of. the County'odea's J .

Bsllread. Coniinlaaliaisn.J8 .+ Tha anderalrnsd. a-aoelata themaslves totrether for In monay. pnp.rty. tabor, or .aanrloai at a Court In and for th County of Oeoeola all my former patrons to 'niako my place their' '' ]

Justice of. the Supreme Cowl \. for the purr.- of baoomlntr. Incorporated and just valuation thereof to ba fUad by tha-Board of and< State of Florida dated the tlit day......uc...
'. l Member af tba Houee Diraetora, and to has and .._.. .A. D, IMC to '
of Representatives.Jl forming benevolent association nod and by any other ma directed. I will offer for aaU and headquarters when in Orlando.
0000.1iJr"I '-of. .Tara virtue of the laws of the State of Florida with and powara a*may ba naoaaiary and eonvantant for sell at public outcry to tha highest bidder for .

r : Tar Collector. under,tha following propoaed charter. the aavaralbualnaaaaa harsh Inte..... to ba ear 'cash, la. front of the court house door at It........ -
County Treasurer.Members rlad/on by sold City between -r - ..... _ "' .. .
?. ARTICLE I Corporation The oraiolnc clauses me the basal, hour of axle on Monday <.I. ".
OOOOaliJr 00auaIa1ao.; The' name of the association .hall be the "Naroeoase herein aat forth .hall baloonatruad Indapandant the Tth day of. May A. IX 1110I.-the follow

a ef County Board of Public Inetruc- Sunshine Rome.... Sanitarium for Con. tnirinrwn. and. pow.., and. tha anumaratkm of 'In-tdeeerlbnd real estate, _wit: All of Lot Four
..... sumpttves.-. the place where It I* to be located any specific bualaaaa or power shall. not ba bold ta (((4) (except fifteen ((111) acres la tba nw earner LOWEST PRICES a

1 Bupervteor. of. ..........u..., la'Naraooateo In the County of Oaeeokt and'But limit or raatriet In any mannar any ether biulnaaa 'belonging. to W. .L and T.' L Moaeley and three

a Member Ce....' atonal. Committee tnd Dist of Florida. or powar of th....____t....... This corporal _J and. one-half" (J 1-t) acre to the Florida" Finance Co. BY: T"E GALLON
1 Member of. tile Oeoeola County Democratic ARTICLE IL shall also haw tha power to own and daal In _loa and one acre In as corner to J. 8. Oliver and 10yard ,

." Executive Committee for preeinctc N... I, S and t. The general. nature of theobjaot of the association i" and bond,of other eorporationa.,, to repraaant square In na corner) In See. 11 }y. 26.8 RSaE.eonUlnlnaMacrea. -
I/otioeof the Pre..and. I Constable la. such shall. be the care and treatment of patient' and. voC.such stock at._k-1>oldenl' .' .Aim baste at no corner : .:., : RYE from $2.00 up,

'triotauhaw-. Ytrmoio.IOostba.rrg. .. '. .,,11'....... from the dirty. of .........mptJon. w sofa,la any of the bualnaaaa*anumaratad b.. of .. lof. ... 1-4 Bee. ,. Tp SB 8 B'M B. run .

.. ARTICLE III In .. a partnar with oth.... ba thay. eorporationa wast 440...... .300 yds, a CIO ,.... ISO yds, a 190yds .-.... CORN from
The rules t overnlna:said primary election shall 1 Any white pawn shall qualified to become a or Individual. and lanarally to have, axarclaa and a 440 yda to place of ""-Innl.... containing 2.00 up ;

M the cam.aa U"w.doptd. by .Democratic. member of. the Asaoctetion upon the payment to enjoy'an the right, powers and prlvilaaaa. of ........ '14 acre, more or lea AIM. 14 of Lot 9 (lees .

Bxeootrre Committeeat their meetlna held In the Aemiation. of such admission' mm may. barequired. porationa. for profit _...... and axifftiha. under 'strip 11 feet wide of the south and of said lot) la GIN from 2.00" up. _

Jackaoa villa en Foe *.. IMA. for........... state ) :.. *.. ....of. .the State 0( Florida. 'Section: U, Tp III 8 R 18 B eontalalnv IT 1-S acres
f t<-.ri-Miri-asefara* tha... .ahall b.applicable to 'ARTIOLE IV. more or Usa, the..... being the property of the ji.Jl1riBOTHER > y

One oousty............ The**and only those' The term tat .which the Aaeoclatioa la to. exist. . ARTICLE IILTM \estate of 3.... Yates dsoeaaad and known sbth GOODS j

-aew ekUl. be permitted to become candidates. bye shall bawenty year amount of tha capital stack of. u.. said corporation Jamaa Yates home place' on which there I. a \

+ fers or...w.t er participate In tba. manaajementaald ARTICLE: V, shall ba fifty thousand dollars IM.CWO). dwelllna and about 60 baring, ora iigytrss etc. IN, PROPO'RTION
< primary. election who declare their adher- The and reskUaaes of the aubscribars areaafollowa divided Inta.tin hundred (800) aharaa. sack of thepar W. B. JOBNafOM. Commlaskmar..
..the principles. .and ......laadon of the : valua. of. ona hundred dollars <(1100)). ta ba paid .. ,

1y JGkaaBBiaUu party state and county,: whomre James Pure of New York City. New York. for In cash, proparty,labor or sealer aa harataprovidad Notice to Creditors -
by the law of the state lawful elector of the I Marie Bums of New York City. New York. ,and upon such trine and oondltkma a* L.egntees

..........dlstrlcts-la which they. offer to vote, who : Isabel. Belle of. Summit New. .anar. may ba datarmlnad by tha Board of Diraetora' .. and Destributees.All ..;:With, many thanks for past favors" and ,
aWv.paid. their poll hue.lejtally doe not fees than Annie. ... Maaoa of. Brooklyn. New York. .ia hires provided for, persons having rHalmtracalust tba astai. ,

f ...days before said.primary eleotloa, sad who Margaret S. Walker of New Haven Conneetleut. ARTICLE IV. of Henry W, Jluber.d&lled. late of paoiola soliciting
County. 81ata of Florida, continuance of four
wilt .
......whan chaUana-ed by an .iietur. plodsre lawritinj. for to the tindersliriiej present lnttm patronage -

1 Y npoa oath, before aa bupecter ta abide _Allot Bodlne Rata.,. of WUIiamaburt New Jernr. The term for which said. corporation ahall axlat .IMrmoithi Iha llnui nroacrlbed properly by o.
By and support the result of such primary and. shall ba fifty 1'..... the soma will-be forever. burred I am, .,
---'the ondn.r th..ef [its' Greene of. New York '
CIty New York. ,ARTICLE V. \ of Henry W. Barber.
} The polls. shall be opened and c....... at the ... Addle. Wail raaln M D', of New York City l>eoeuedAdministrator's. . Yours truly. '
awl eI.....district .t the hours fixed by .the New York. The budnaai of said corporation shall ba eon'

:tw.alde.U.siswl Sophie. Enals. of. .N_ Florida. ducted by the following ofllcara Ona PraatdanU : Notice. "

Sr. ., vottnar shall baby ballot on tlcketa furnish. John P.Enn'". of Naraooaase, F\orIcIa' .... Vina ......... ace flarral.rr. ...-. T.umr.-- ---.. "All iwreona hnlllior <1 ran<1.upon
;, *ad by., the state and county executive _ml"at Bertha C. Brewer of Ga..n_... Pacer. and a Board of three Director. and such other of tb. .....ta of Thomas. Silt..demasod, will pre.Htfnt R T. BUTLER
1 '- : _ii...a6 suss .iucuos the.op.oara ass vaala.Florences.. fleer' aa may ba d.eiiiaJ. n.cie..aiy and determined i-d, within ssme to me for payment properly. utte.t. .

act shall......... Mans tha veto la aeoonlMM Florida. from- time to time by the Board of Dinctora. The sure wl 1 be/forever.the/Clme prescribed barred and bylaw all persons, or the lulebtml i

: with the stall law and hall. at: ana forward Ellaabeth A.Sear of Nareooasea, Florida and oelciof Secretary and Treasurer may ba held by. U>...Id etl.te will make Immediate

.fcar t raatothahalrmaaof. th county .x.caoaiMittoa Maria L. Ennla.of. Narcoosaat,FlorkU. the same pesos ta tba dlaeretion of the Board of MILLER.. SPECIALTY.LIQUORS
))4 ..*... ARTICLE VL Diraeton. The number of_..... of the Board Ailnilnhttrstorof the Estate of Thomas 811... .

Tba a.iii nnnt to b. paid. by.,. UM. .......... eandidaUa The aflalr.of the Aaeoctatloa shall ba tnanasad of Director may. ba chanaad at any time aa may ,/ lecessedH. .
1ILf&. shall b* aa follower: by a President a Vine-President and Bas be provided for by the br....of the said corporal .
a- r
,atapnaantatln . .>'.....i...",. ..., .... . .too.00 and Treasurer a board of. flve Director. thaw of lion The director. ahaj.) ...elected to aerve'forJtha :
i t ,,' .111.Aas..l..i.4..i '1'1.'I j (j.MOO: whom. dell. be.........ta of tba Stats.of Florida term of one year by the atock-holdera. Th. ) J. W. AIbIPSO1. I: .
.t '. 1+..00IIaetar. ... .. ..,, .. election to be .held the
) ? f.k.<, .,,<. 60.00 and a board of seven advisora, none of whom need on lint MonOajr of April ol L
,," Jaoa1llJrr--; :. ..,''' .:.. . :. .,....u.OO ba residents of. .{the !asid.fiuta of ,lh ouda. Th each year. ., and tha offleera shall ba elected by. the DENTIST. r

"Icy- '"y.: ..... '"hi 1.x; ..........rL60 Board of DtreetorTeball be eleeted-to! ear,.for the director immediately after the election, of th* Offio. over Usoeola Phurmar**.
w' N..br2srdPuilahaeelon..t..MY: ....t.50 ;Xanri of ona year by the member by an .)eeUoa to director by the._ -hold.n. The director*shall I
Ii .JoU..a-faaea.... ..?. .4. .. .... "" be held on the second Wednesday. In November of have full power to adopt"" -..._ for.'the control OFFICE HOURS }t Jft8j 12 m.

tia--J-:...e ... .. .. ....... .. "........ .. LOO each year. and th officer and tha Board of Ad.vUers of tha' aald corporation and thereafter at anytime . ,, : p. m.
.ty Flak and Gam.Wardea ..,....:.1.00 shall. be elected .by., the Director* Immed to-.... alter modify or raid said by Telepbone No. 76 Jun 6. lyr.

-,- a6.........U-... ..............1.00 iately after the election of. the Dtrectora by., the lawa.Tba. "-. ALL THE LEADING BRANDS; OFWHISKIES .
_ 1 AH aa lldato.pen iwlitoto Ma a written apkatMoaOMblapkafarnlaaMl ; -....... Nina member ahaU constitute name of. the otBcai who are to conduct the
aa .
quorum A. VANS AGNEW
;; iMOpUOp a baq his appeu upon the dBcil forty transaction of. nay bualnasa. bualaaaa of said corporation until those elected. at p. ,.
'IH', bp the aoaimltto*, ARTICLE VII the first election<< shall ban qualified,. are a* folhnrai -'.

,..m.emp- UM f.a........ttt t run.:with T. 'The names of .Chess who are to tha :, V >., I I ATTOHNEY AT LAW........ | .
.....M_. the-_.. menace I I J.
....."10;' liainiialli affair* ,1 .ra u.or.-.tIoel8Uoa6. . A.A... the Coax-trots aa followsorncauow ] o
.... 0 A. Pettaway. President. KISS1MMKE.; FLA.
..' ,%.D..oei.ti isrt. -.. a .... sues Best. / tMm L. Home Viee-Pre.kient. .
+-aat w-oIar.Maw I*V ISIXVat the H. H. .-.-.....,: >*ect. and Treasurer.DIEECTORS. .
oooaty court....... A ....... vi o.rr.kmtMull '
J t'. (yes 1rllr Florida,'and pubHcly eaayaes, tha re- ... Ennla Secretary and Treasurer.moAtiD J.M. iVlL-LSON,. JR., Imported and Domestic \Wines, Ports Sherries what aandldata. I ,
,*" rtkrlted..fwsash are aflloa.noc.rn.tedacnnty and . Of Mpperoa.non. O. A. Pettaway. L. H__ H. H. Petteway. I _'.J NOTARY PUBLIC... )' Angelica CIrfrcts
la B. Beat. Ellaabath t Sauterne \\f
A. Sean JIarIa . I Rhine '
.. L Wines
t. ...I". .. a.i.nd Primary ....... Ennla Jane. .......and Alice Bedlne. rf-Jeey. .' ., ..ARTICLE Vt ". I STATE AT LARa.. S >

. : T. M. MURPHY . Tb.hlghetamountof.ndobtdn.r.. Real Estate Agent. .'_. '
ytest2'1 -AaDG."D"- .' .' liability Imported and Domestic Brandies *
M. I.a. Oarr.Bet.. Cbalnauv Jane PteroeT Annie, Maria Jt........ Dnnabel to which th*said corporation ahall' at,any, Urn KISSIMMEE._ , -..y. '.':'f LURIDA: \". Gins, :

i \ BaUey. Etta ..-.- Addle Walderataia.... eubjectltaelf ahall.' be tIoa'_.., of Its capital .. ;, ; and Scotcl1"VllIsklcs. .._ RUHl'f I
NNSPLOOl AND CLIIaK8: MarraretS Walker.AJTIOLKVTH.. _Ie. ., X. M.. RIVERS. M. D., > .too ; '- . ,
i I

Tba followmc la Uat af UM ;:::J... aped The By-law of the Aa-oclation. shall be made .. .ARTICUSVH.,. -- .. Phya.lcla.aj sad Swravoti: .

i rllrte for UM prbaary akeUoa to ba bald on tha altered or rescinded by the Board of Directors.\ ', *, names end plan' *, of, l..ldshe.WITH KI88IMMEX DRUG COMPANY. I .
16th day pi Msv A. 0.110I...... art Is tbaaaa" ARTICLE of the subscribing'Incorporation PHOItl-ItUit.. < fit/ KtiUaaoe. .1

'' ..ilakald ad primary Jaaa .....A.'Dn llIOf, If. ...... ,primary Thahkrhsat amount of-indebtedness. IX to which of capital stock. subscribed by each, tha are.amount aa follow '5 I a'Hr.. .... rtA.' .' THE FAMOUS'it
: .
o .1._ Association shall at time *! 1 ;,
_ 'a Wo t-Ire W -,.,..,.- any subject Itaelf
OW.IIW shall never be areatar than one-half<< thavaliMof. I ,0. A. Petteway. OeaJaForidVone] hundred and DR_ LESLEY W. WEEDON. .
A.kt.ra, the of -., ...aharaa.L .
property the Association. Cream of
y $ emour. ;r-'. \ ARTICLE ,' Horn Ocala Florida SfEOIALIST Kentucky
X onsbundr.d
\ and ,
C B r...... clerk.JUStAe. ,
y I .Nt..(.- lr. _,. :. th Tha amount la value of. the real estata which. twenty. aharea.H. . BAR. NOSE AND THROAT.' I CarstalrsVRye (
Association H.
_ "f .j I may hold subject always to tbaapproval Petteway Louchman. Florida flva
WL 11dlsy Echo
doW Brosson.- ., .1 n .n of. tha Judge of the Circuit" Court In and aharea.8TATK. Private Hoep-It.l.] Ametlufui National. Spring Rye

14 .,' W' Ivary. clerk. :,' . r' for Thousand said. Oaeeola. Dou ra.county, shall not exceed. Twenty OF MARION' "* Baolt. BId g, .. Fla.tom ,, / Lebanon Club/ Bourbon I
'.Wo" -SlncWtnry .; t;ai: ( COUNTY
; s .
Before he County
A J Strickland,. ma) pd.rsigndoffcr, duly au HARRIS SANATORIUM. Corn
Nareooasea, FU. ad to take acknowledgement" of dad BUDWEISER .
z H B Brown.CPPrevatt. ,. vronallyappeared Old' Harvest
0. A. Pettoway .
: clerk. ' ,> : .t .- to ma walUrnown to bath
Ire d ...' .II: .,. .w), "' N_ PIa. *parson described In and who aibacrlbed his I AND 08MBt[ A : JUIDJ :INE5, .
? Wm OoWs4
; t.HLW.t.a .ELIZABETH A.SEARS. name to and who executed the forAolnc, Instru* OmrH.tar.llbLb0.h ... ..I
' ;J' 1"{ 5 't AahtoCFhvJOHN mentand aeJ"o1>w........ that h/executed , DR. O. D. CHRIST.EYB. j J'
H Oon.o.- :-" \Jr'J.Lp. P. ENNIS. aama for tha uses and purposo-Jneraln l .. ........ EAR NO9B AND THROAT, CHASE'S ::
..... .P. BARLEY ,
.' : : ;
olok? "" t\JI", Narcooasaa, :FU. Wl.r m.. A.nA .nd om_u__-r 0_ _at_ n-__,. ..... UIIIOe- U........IIU 10 I.:II"II .. THE KING OFBOTTLED' MALT .
iN..ST.MiRa.lrso. \ SOPHIE: '
- ., ""iITIM .. ENNIS. tha county aforesaid this llth day of April A. D. OH LAN 00. oJ PLORIOA.Aad Distilled '
,r )'_ ', l"t .-' ,,,,. Narooooisss. Fla.. HOC especially for '
: {
QabuoU- . \ "). or ) (Seal). E. K. NELSON medicinal ,
5 1** use
: D 4 las.clerk COUNTY OF OSCEOLA.] Notary Public. State of FlorIda. f1QPITE BEERsissi.PEB //u ,' '

No,,.*A C Baay U < lkruc..sI. the uadarsicned Notary PublkC My commission. expires. May 10. ISO*. ; .....sta. t
,JJBarray.Tonne and for said ;
; . County and State, personally ap. STATE fTT
y' Tladatt 4 .' polled, Maria I. East to me wail known, who OFOARLAND.S."*"
1 _* A,Bartow..alark.. ' .'\. .pan \"says that aha I la one of u.. above COUNTY r I CANADA MALT' ;. t
Vo.T-O M RabbardTFraakWalkar... - named eubsarlbar* to tha above and forecoina Before me the underala-ned officer duly author- .
'+. posed. Chart end that,t ii.. totimded ta sped faith pro- bed. to acknowledgement of deeds, peraonallyappeared $ and other brands of *' .
B : to carry out .... L. Home, ta me wall known to ba the DOZEN
H purpose and
Aldaraiaa.JfEEnalaj . . objects act forth .
......described In and who T ;
WW .......fcjiij:L e lh.....' aubsoribed his name Whiskey too numerous 'I
pwpyen to. and who tefl about ... .. 4
,Ns-MDT W.a.- ' Bwara to and aubsarlbadbefore \ and aeknowledaad executed that the forearolncr Instrument, w. your . and. .lean to mention. .:'. ,
.thla tSrd day of. ;MARIE L.ENNIS. ba executed the earns for ....... .
'. \ the and
A.A-D.llI08 uses purpose therein expressed.Witness .
,Oliver Baaa.l< ,I. '. . ,
> i. my band and. ometajaeal
at Hot
.P.A VANS AGNEW.Notary Public. Spring. Haggard Specific Tablets I <
rWRIIt;. 1- : Arfcsnaas .la the, county afareaaM I -
[8-ui.) My Commlaaloa expires. July .this 11th day of .
r 18. +

.TV W. ET.LLB.'dlY. 111'" t*PHT..Ck.Y-n. y . J ,1 '..... -t _< .__....,....___;. April''c, A. D IMW.SeaD . G W. PRY: and Suppaaitoriei'Ih. .. Whiskey\ Bottled in Bond .

Notice .oU. reEabb are lot ladignlioa. Ner.YOU .
.6i ; Intenion t to Apply For jt; Notary Public, v
Good .... / :
cam-aMon expire' *January t.h mOo DoUkjr, Co.dipeio4lCidry; and

.Ala tt>0 tteaentlal obaraakrla&Id tit..sad aM.. -.tMlettera'Yatent.: STATE, .FLORIDA! : Bladder Tto -bU .Lo-t Vdab*_ and '.Jlkutdrad Bass's Ale Guitmfess's '
women. Invaluable to rood bua- 5-- 5 5, St *** :' Stout;'
,;q .local men and'-oeoee*ary to bouoflv -. NoUcek hereby clven that the under.l. .i>;ed will COUNTY OF O8CEOLA: ) : diaman*. PIW.PC.,, DnuwbTtell450qpt4 : J
.** A 0 woman show rood judg-.* apply ta tic Governor ef the Stata Of Florida .t seed Before me tha ............. offiestduly. aather ; 1b.q] l b> s. rlnr* nU, betantPKpatd
'mneot when' the of ta lake ackaowladcament of. dada peraonaDy I LOWESTPRICES I
ibe.buys; Wblte'e Cream May A. D. UOt. upon reoeipl of price AddraaiCitr BY THE
I. for Letter appeared H.II, Pettaway, temp" w.H known to bathe i GALLOI4RYE |
.Vermlfiufe *Patent Incorporating .!
for her
Tb. "Petteway .
baby. best I ... .... M.r.. .
.. .. Spaci5a ,. Ce.l f .
described . Ce t'CORN
peraoa" i
". ; Aaworm medicine etef offered to moth. Nsval Ptore Company. *'under tin following pro* .hohaeribad'. b4 : ,S rom ....J.$:.2,00 'UJi? '
'yP: ., ;.teta,' Many''iotteed' are the' aeoslble POMdcharter.. theorla.nalof. welch Ia sow.. name ta and who executed the I.. *I l I. '. :

..." '\ooLh.rslwhowrft ,expreaetiur .their ..tha em.....the 8acntaq f16 a .}ol1M m'e.. ...; ,'. gym, .6 ftrPLCiCX3? :? ; 'O/,
.. ;
,;. ratlcoda.for Ute coorj health of their afFlarlda. !> rem.Wits. lb. use*and purpose thereto .tb'A ;

I..,= I" 'children I which they owe to the use of "'WI'-our aamka. D>la'4th-dty'of'April. ;A. O. .._bad and oOclal seal at It..a1iJr U arsitt..4 for.tlle. OXN' : -trorta. :3:00'up '''J.:
,Whli '* Cream Vermifuge.': Bold b.lU tot _.. -. "- ,.' : In the. ajoraaalil tbU4U day of April.A. D. Itcbloffcllnd; bleedlnf. ,' protruding i I

r '. >beraon'. Pbar'mabpa /.. hO. A. PEtTEWAY. .10' *. : ,\P..' A.. VANS AGNEW.jCSaaOs .." Plle Druggists are authorlxAd to AND ;.ALL:. OTHER .LIQUORS, IN PROPORTION''
: Notary PuUt. muneIf PAZO .
1'L./ HORNK.. . OINTMENT fall 1 .
< <;, .; tt'7 t very-.. t R.... T.? 'tf/.J :.P..: :..<. 8. H. PBTTBWArPKOrOSED /' 'llltcaamlaskm-1_ ,:expire.. July U. 1907.', ''to_ciir* la 8- to:14 days.fOd:''.j. ,,, 1 1I .'. .. .... ..... sly sly'i. i ,
.o i Orleaa.N4 !1Mul'a""AeoouDk'Lhe : .4' . : il. .
. "
.u .
1 l..1
sthdrsteyear'nsteu.lop e.Atl.d l '
-Y,, '."'".. n' aoCoa.tUne.,will Mlltiokxtw &Or New ,OF His- Stood :The: Test 25 ..:YearsGrove's : .' 'i. ,
H. "
.. Pr&WAY
.OrtoaJMj sped tn p .';."tr mer low NAVAL STOaia obM1'.AN1'' SAL.METCALFCO : H '{
n."q.Dt: : : : :
f' J-er.Mlle.? traveled.T5wsr&. TWaa.*../ a.i banbr aaaMdaM'taaaualvaa. .
mol :;-mt': -; 1 14' April JI5th'to taavtlMr... full'ltd purpoa*af. .-.-...aeor..saW ,... "0;, 1 "tat ORANGl\ ,

. .. '. April and.,-.... .. pontios under end by....... d. : " :":" ..11' ORLANDO/ r LA..1;!
; 1 'ba..8$1Ib I'a7 1M"w.dw.tgeoFlorida.. with-and'wbdit : tq I d. ; .wr; '. ..;.+
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