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: May 11, 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: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Of TII$( .. Council.; Proceedings. 6The' PROFESSOR BR GG'SI. .';1 ,. ) J' . .. . J. . r '. 'J !.:;.- ,. '. '.
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council met to regular session, L :
CIICUif there beln ,W. L.. Van Dusw'p1YMidelrtl ;UTTll'MASQUfR O'f' >
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; W. O, Bass, K. L. Lesley ... ,. ,., ,
--- I and J. H..Gilbert Jr. clerk H '-*; v ., .
r7 The minutes of the last meeting were .
I : en and True Bills read and approved,'reports of olHcers Preceded: .Him to'Miami l and they "

,,!found By Grand Jury. Court. were following> examlntfn bills and were approved.approved. .,and The : .Girls Were On. ; : .Largest i Stock ; (!t : tt

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ordered, paid: J4
$ Adjourned TUrfMay tTth. J. W. Ad.rhol. utb U stranger : .
IVIlllmnu MJmry as ......baI. ._.. 60 00 I than n01 ion" has come true again, : *, [ '
Leona ... ... .. ', .. '
Judge Jones arrived Monday afterTX polle : M OB but this Unnq there is so 'tnucb; fictloc.m LatestStyle's .
obert. imtton lupk ELP .. .. . ...*.. WOO ": .
>n oo the 3:60 train sod (Immedl.le- JR UllWt. JrTWolix. I lliwnM. *.. .. ..... +xed .up; In Cohe'ltor'Lbat"Q: phe .
repaired to the court hou,.' and or ...... c...:........, .. ,*,.+'. uc00o I, knows wbo tbe joke is on. Mrs HenryPeytoo : : '
Robcnon.. .al M _..... .. to 00 Bragg and fflclent .
nued the for the transaction j 'LoWest.
court IH HanknlchV. polio. d.ty. .....4... .*... .. II SI I teacher of science' and mathe. : > Prices
buslns. State John .. .. <
: Attorney JM WII ...Jr. at bond lot tm taM. ;> 10 DO ,. .
.. .... mattes in,the Miami High 'School: ia ,
ones was present t<. look: after the la- WL Van I>uior, "" aanltanr l-acu ,. 00 '
O. H. of Council Koom tbe-hero and vlllalrt 'of' the .roe
rests of the State. Monriwn..raBt on* t.he. .. :
: month ..... ..... .. .... dbOtdrtner.gudut CONSISTENT ii..W'IJ"H
,I' The grandiury organized by electing ./... ... .. I 00KI..lmmce t.mance,which becomes, 'funnier' 'everytlm GOODS.
a. U. Bulloch. foreman and W. Valley Gaavtl. prtnttng ..... <4 OS it Is told i : :._
B. Uliiton HA Mathews bulldlnv bridiro 10 60 Three oa..four\f,: arl ago.Mr, Braggwas .
secretary.: The grand WI. V..Du.orpureh""atng.gtfwIloikia' __ __ ___ .' . -- .__
jury was in 'fle"dDoIfltl! Thursday BUetrie Ce..H . ......... "3l:; engaged' the business )f.elec-.'. '. -. -'- -'" -- -a n ,_ -0"" . ,'
fhen court adjourned until next Thursday : Wl. Van Diugr. patehaalmr a** fps Stand'ardO.lOe trteal engineering 'at Richmond, Va.. I .
May 17lh consequently litHe ..,? ? V.r M4SAntona He was but neceotly out of the Uctverslty .fOR BENEFIT Of 1llf1111TlfllllllflfllflilU11111ff111l1lilfllilIltlltiuflt' t11
very ;; ELP. '
wood Tor .
Mack 118 WWL '
of ,Virginia and looked' even ,
_. The work civil was case done of except Lewter by ts that Jno.body.M. ElaCtrieCo.Van ....... .... .art...'Florida .....*.."40Pkr younger.. .thanbe .was. One 'day" a : 1 !! FOR / IIIIIIIii.!
|.--, assumpslt damages W.OOO was WL. V.. Duaor, pmrchailnv ..... O.rlock. plank fUi m from a teachers'! agency THE f. PIANO
Co... .. .. .... ... .. U.$ which bewas _, , S
dl8tul..ed 'for lack of labor .. in Chlcag cam 10 him, .
prosecution EP Uann. for eupplt..itd for .ELP: 1. M I
!''' The case of Ivy Byrd charged wltliline JRGUb.rt.Jr. fraUhtanddrayan '.. S OiStanford. requested ,to return _Oiled'. oat,,. together DrGoods Clothing I
j Canon Orava* Co, mdx .. ." 0 WJmmw with two a b.lf.11" ." (
of animal called .
larceny Will
an was be ,
intentloof Cents Admission
WIU onaKlary at ELP .... 6..f .(0 DOiH .\ Bragg had no,- 'Lel&jh. : .
J and the defendant withdrew bis former qilbni,Jr..s1.ry.eollKtor. and aac - :
lea i 9600ALD.vid.on..i.rys.Iurv.yor..4. log school but filled out the ulaolt .'r *!I
HT i> >of not guilty and upon rer"arraignment crtc I
.j"60 lID 'just for fun returning it with the jed5, ;g j's Ladies and Gents Finishings
: entered i'pl'!., of guilty. WL Van Du.... purchasing. aanlbuy. \ oes.
Senteuco was suspended. during good bucket .... .,..- ...... ...,, .' 11'00 registration, fee;. At thesuggestton of The .. amount received from Miss : .
'.be ,vlor" J WI.Van purchailnr .....'sanitary I his room m.t.e..wbo Informed him that -
Dupree's entertainment.ltst Friday :
Dutor. .
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: Tile Lcairua n .MOO settled alwaye-secured P91tt.looleuler :::::I
r, >: grand jury brought' In the fol- Leonard. WUI...... costa la lIa_'_court. :i DO than bachelors '.filled la the evening was (17:30.Tbls will be.usedto := :GO TO"KANNER .. -
'01'comlDeoe&o -
tndlctinentai __ the
: defray
Mr; John Johaalon' met with'council expenses :I
,r.0Wlna- blank after the word "married' with'a '
St. Clair murder tu 'the first ment and to meet s> few other obligations :
In regard to the redemption of tax sale :" Some time 'and he
T "yes. passed '
a true bill I that have been Incurred recently t
George Thomas assault and battery certlHcates held 'by city against* south had forgotten all about, .the teachers', The balance remaining will be
''It: i of block B 2, Base tfddltloo, asking ,& Co !
. atrus bill.. agency when the notice came. Pto:him ,paidon the piano.' :
council to allow discount. on same to'apply for the position In_ tbe ! Intoxicatelog after considering said request. on ;High School., 'About that For the Information of acme of 'our : "
I motior duIYlt'Cond4d.Mt. ',John'Lon'was' time he 'was recovering'.from' a live .people I wish to ray ,that 161.00. is : 3

''I:, ing Henry liquors<< Gauldlng unlawfully selling a true intoxicate bill. allowed to redeem said certificates. wire shock and needed a change '. He still due on the school piano and'I IpI' o' Leaders in Low Prices'and 3i ...rheadquarters
this amount mutt raised-very
at face value with out Interest. ', to'
at and went KIssimioee "
Lewis packed| up once
11\ true bill.Johns! contempt of court' a Communication ,received from W S. ;' Here he found' a small *Instrument will surely have to, : l in 'clothing.. i i'J ,,3
; Harwell aa-t. asking the council to allow -- ? be given "up.; In as much as -the : .'
town \where'everybody knew ever
IJ:,J', Lewll Johns endeavoring bill. to pro. the redemption of lots 7 and 9" of thing about the new teacher being it school needs the piano said cannot afford I : SPECIAL' SALES: -
( Wallace Johnston & Prevatts>, ub. division 'of married t>o be without it, It is deemed best : .
J. C. man. honor aat strangely == ,
unlawfully soliciting
101.114' of bloc! "I" Patrick's addition on his shoulders but believing to make a very small charge of, ten : '
'orders young :3i11U1UUIU1.1U1UU11UllUUU
or intoxicating for I.lIfale liquors and future in delivery Osceola at a valwatl.,n of $r O.OO( a year. he woul have a!great deal studying cents for admission to each of the first :: -- turdaY'and., Monday
Said lequestwasrefused and a dlicounlrof two evenings of commencement week
to do;which would) leave biro no time
county, a true bill. 25 cent off of taxes and ( Monday and Tuesday Ierd) make' as j
per for social duties hu acted the role. of ( Ull i11UUi1U IUUl1 f1UIUl11
4; ORA-ND JURY PR-. -ENTMENT8.Io Interest was allowed on above described .a loueley benedict to perfection and large a payment' ,as' possible on' the" j .

properly.By many kind friend wished him _'joy d.bu "v *" ..
'Clrc ll. Court, Seventh Judicial unanimous vote of council the when he left at the close of tbe school An idea prevails among some thatibe .. y . 4.1-F44e hi'
s Circuit. Stcte of Floilda Osceola services of lobe nljfhL', watchman. leas to see his wife.." Last fall when piano In quectl-.n Is the one used tit+

; County. dieeonllnuej.H he came to Miami; lie had no idea by the muslo teacher In giving lessons r
"I .To Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge., ':;:. O. Vans Agnew presented application . ot carrying on the masquerade, but but that Idea' U erroneous: she hasher i y"'i3'AK'EFy'.r'( .
We the Grand Jury empanelled In for appointment of city Tax' found here too that In some ways we own piano In.the muslo department (;
R.nd IJ. for Oneeola county for the Spring Assessor for the ensuing year, whereupon are not cltlfled. The story of his life while the School piano Is on the

Term of llMMi having completed our by unanimous vote of council bad already preceded him and' with .'Ii/C' the auditorium and Is usedin '.-. .,

N labors beg leave to make this Mr Agnew was duly appointed.The emlv HUhnaetHs h.. never heard of until the morning chapel exenulses, and : :BREAD. CAKE.ANP PIE. ..'
; General Pi-esentinent. Your following revolution was, Introduced lair week. The story bad been ao in tbe concertsutnii .icals 'etc .given .
We have examined Into all caned as follows: well spread that before be knew It, be in tbe auditorium. '

to our attention and have lUmolved that the A. C. L. n road was again acting the discreet benedict. 'The question of ,paying for the]: : ;FANCY GROCERIES .

'brought' action thereon as we deemed company 00 hereby ordered (0<< j repairthe The girls at'school were treated piano sbould..concern every, .pairuu 1l
.e' right and just under our understanding croHsln on the fplk ,win( { named an properly and with sucb dignity that and pupil In the'community amid 1. ,
of the laws of Florida.We . streets or the town: Clyde Street they talked of bow his marriage bad hope from the above lanal.louLhltltl'e |' AND CONFECTIONERIES. i
'., have by committee examined Beaumont Avenue Ruby Avenue\ sobered him. He went out, with one will understand fully tliunecessity FRUITS ;.
ery !
to the condition of the court house Dak to Avenue, Park Street: Oak numerous parties, ,but .-veryseldom of making. .the. .charge k : for. ad .- -'> '" II HHSI ..1. SS.'.! . !.1,11 II...II.' . . .I.B .l ..liB p, .>-... '.t..IPf | .ISll| .,l||'"I''I- I* ''l"J' I'f'

building the court house yard, jail Street, Magnolia Street and Vine took: a single unprotected'JounR' lady rut ,dOD. : : :

,(tod sanitary arra geraents, and IIndver'hlng. Street; or to construct new crossingson be any place. Yet, these Jew.times were ''Miss HooteD and Miss i>Dupree apd I Diamond( X Butter.,, .. Agent W ltetat- Laundry. :; \
said railroad
as far as we could see, to1' same; crossings to .\ i,,10 good order and ;neatly kept, Constructed of or repaired with phosphate .- 'bat be bad a: wife in vtrlous places, given their' time and energy toward .< ;

its. : would, however recommend that of rock the ordluance according to regulating the provisions the all 1'he v ay from Daytona to Virginia.I raising money to liquidate ibis debt, w,. H. SMI1ji. PROP.WICL: McLAUOHLINJMoR.:. .: I Ii : 1t.f
-I b. wooden fencing in front, of the The same wife you' understand, but but, owing 'uotvoidable circum- 1A 1lt 1
: jail windows be whitewashed and that same. After reading the foregoingresolution ; his keepers were uncertain as'to her ; lV.4i +.H; + H444F11 : 1
'; stances ,the proceeds bave amountedto '1. 4.+.+++itN'i"r+ i hF+. +"M i4 .i4 ,
me same was unanimouslyadopted "
1' the conrt house fre- location. Up Ul that time Mr. Bragg <
yardbe more
only a small'sum, aDd so the lay .'
y'::, fluently cleaned up.We ; In open session of council. wan In blissful: ignorance Of there be. ger part of she debt remains unpaid.: .' ," d., ,"
have bv committee also exatnioed W: L. Van Duzor b.vlnjt'.been appointed ing any gossip about him and-hlswrath bill evidently true that "everybody's XlaaaCDaDClClDOCIC cacao. /

into the condition of all lobe county by the mayor as a deleVate to foamed and frothed like a seidlitz business la nobody' business," ; ; ;
; offices, and find that the sane are meet with tbe Municipal Sanitary powder. One 'sedate friend tried to ,. ,M H.'SMITHJ '1" : SYea .
i.: neatly and well kept and tie accounts League at Tampa Fla. on April 27. quote h1m..Oh..whal. a t.anIr1ed'weh' : ;,, : : :: ; ;'.
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1 WOO, reported having attended' << ealdI.ajue. W B.i MAKINSON) CO'd': i
,and books kept In a very oreditablemanner we weave, when'ftr.. practice to deceive ; , . : : ; ' ,, '
stating that the Object of the \'j . : ..j'i' : ))1. .
:We notice that lu tbe Clerk's etc., but went on Into such a : ;,. The State Census.. ; t/ > ;. <
r omoe there is a..large map of this organization was to better the sanljtary l"a8mot laughter she spoiled -the effect 'V : w' 'L ".' .. .. I \

,r county which Is In extremely bad con conditions of towns and: cities/ of cf it. Mr. Bragg left yesterday The results of the State n.u, taken . DEALERS 'IN O: {1. a .
the of and to take
state Florida
everyoece..arJ ,
; 'diLlon. This we would recommend tothe morning for New York from wherehe
; last fall have at last been given out to Fj
; County-Commissioners that they precaution to prevent the will go to his home 10'' Cbarlottes-
the The returns are 'complete
w have repaired right away or a new one occuraooe of fellow fever or other yule .Va.; for hlsvaca-lon.' UI. work tor all counties 'In the State except I I .

\ made. We alto notice In the vault contagious diseases which naturallyarise In tbe High School: was of the highest tbree-+iSacambia., Dade and Orange In : .
'1t''' that. there a're se books without from unsanitary conditions, and order and his gentlemanly Qualitieswon which counties' for variously ascrlb
that all municipalities of 6OO or more
covers would recommendthat him friends who will wel l
y canvas ; we' many :
ed reasons tbe work baa //1olo.,1et.1': been HARDWAREEVERYTHING
Inhabitants were requested to applyfor
as these are valuable records lhe>y come him back even if be Is not married completed .-
membership with the league. the .
be supplied with the necessary cauvan .-MI ami Metropolis.Jo .
.1' covers without delay. We find mat funds for the purpose of the league to The returns, so far as completed, .

"' .the last Grand Jury recommfcuded be raised by an assessment of 91.50 .Bririff:: Back 'Dredge. show a._population 650.WH), as ; .
that electric lights be placed i the per 1OO Inhabitants of the municipali. .. against/ 4Uvuu( tu tee same territoryIn -r' if
court room and we notice \baL' ties, affiliating annually. .__. "The steamer Li life, Capt. Clay 19OO.
.I( ,has hot been done. After hearing aald report and conHUlerIng Johnson has been, emploed by the Osceola bounty la given 3130 ..wb'ltelaod Irix

:', ' Inasmuch as the county has recently the same on mp.tioo dulyseoondedthe government authorities to tow the 411 2,! black., making a total of J.&S. !
Ji I gone dry by an overwhelming vote, clerk was Instructed to dredge Klsalmmee, which I..* now in the as against 3,444 to 19u0. ,. "
.L> and l Inasmuch as some violation of draw'warrant In favor of W. L. Van Calooaahatchee river back to Kl*' Tbe population of the town of Klssimmee NEWlSaddles .

tet.f"\ the law in this matter have come be [).uzor purchasing agt. for 10.00, slmmee. Klver. The Llllle left { U 1,5JO: as against 1,132 in ,
fore would said.amount to be forwarded toT. C. Tuesday on her regular run to Bagln-
we .
U'. earnestly urge upon 1900 which la a very gratifying gain ,
j" all our officials, administrative and Tallaferro. Treasurer of_ league, for ger, and will proceed from, when compared with the\ oUiet townsin .
executive to use all ''diligence to see first assessment of the town of Klssim- :, the Calorma-hatchee, where she will. the State. -

!, that the'will of the people be resoect- atlilUte- thereby acknowledging wish 'o take the dredge to tow. -UelbV is a table showln J.ti,,\'.,gains Harness E
with said- Municipal Sanitary. As was mentioned in these columns made by each county In the past five ..
d 'ed.The forerr an ot the poor farm having League. some tla.e ago! the dredge' bout is years r
.r reported that there Is DO well There 'being no 'further business being brought back: to these water to 1905 1000 A 'ft. .
t peafei his dwelling than or council adjourned to .meet In regular build obstructions at tbe mouths of Counties. IV : '
seventy Alaobua, .: . ,. . .34,007 32,245 Stoves Crockery
session Tuesday June 6 1900 at 7:30p. :
eighty "yards, we would recommend! streams and dead rivers along Uaker. . . . . . . . . 3.88O! 4.6W/ .
.;';' that the County Commissioners have m., w. L VAN DUZOR PRES.J. the "KUmmnie lllver Route" to prevent Bradford .. . . . ... . 12.M3 10,296 4, '
trs swell. dug in the yard of the dwelling. B..OILp'ERT Ja. CLERK.I the water hyacinths from drifting ,. . . . ....4,348 6,158 Tinware '* Glass
Into the maln-'cib.Doel and
, Having now completed,, 'our, labors Calhoun: . . 6,79A. 5,132 g j
' t'werespectfullybeg, to 'be discharged, navigation.Capt. Citrus .-. . 743 fi,391

c? th.oklnathe State's Attorney and Justices. Supreme Court. Johnson's oUv steamer the Clay. .' .. 6,484 6.0.15: '
the Sheriff for their assistance and ttoneada.! will make .e regular' run: Columbia, ... . . . . 19,913 17,094 Paints Oils' : t-

your Honor for courtesies extended It U very gratifying to the friends south next week and" will ,,meet, the Dade. . .. .. . . ,.. . '
n*. S. U. BDU OCH.' of Justices James U. Whttfleld and Llllle and relieve her of her tow remaining DeSoto .... .. . .. .. .::12,446, 6 8.047 ' r > . 'J .

I' ,W. D. HINTON Foreman. Charles B, Parkhlll to learn from with t.bCJt.redQ'8 ip move It Duval .... ., ... . . . . . 47,912 39,773 Window Shades arid ,
':- Secretary every section of the State that these from place to place along the route Eucambla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. Matting, ., I j
{; young Floridians will get almost a where the work is to be done. Franklin.'* 4,636 4,800 ,

Sensation in Court. solid vote Justices of tbe Supreme Gadsden . . : . . .: ..16,511 162; >>4

I" .': Court of Florida. This Is as It shouldbe Married i it Texas. Hamilton . . ... ...... ',92i 11,8H1! Farming .Implemeus.Agentsfor .
The celebrated Whittler :robbery for there never was two better examples Ueraando . . ., .. ... . 4,040. 3,638
ease has been set to* trial In lobe circuit of self-made men, and it is The Houston Texa'i!--Cbronlcle of Ulllsborough . . . .... 61,416 30,013 e" .'
\ court for next Thursday. :This generally conceded t that they should April 15th contain the following Holmes.; 9tx27 7,762 J" '. '

J 4i ease has exolted considerable public Be given a full term-for this' Is democratic sequel to an Mm published in these Jackson . . . . . . .06.82-i! -23.377
'H,;' interest and comment throughout the and In recognition of !their columns- few weeks ago. and which / .,., .13,130 .16,195 the PITtSBURGII STEEL-fENCf. j;
;.,f"', :'county,.which Interest was not lessqa'ed faithfulness and efficiency during the will be read with interest by many ol Lafayette. 6.923 4,087 .
,:a '. '' by a.sensational' episode which occurred abort lime they bave been. on' the the older residents of Klssimmee. Lake 7,615 7.467 V
," at the court house this week; Supreme Court bench. who remember pretty little Ethel .. 3.001 3.071 \ ; .
Lee. :
cJ"4t, Lewis Johns, one of the defendants Every friend of' these' gentlemen is Weatberly as an'attractive child, onlya Leon. .*.,. ;. .r.18,833 19.887 Get. our prices.. befpre. buying.. elsewhere..

' ,; .In the case, just outside of the grand urged to see to it that all qualified few summers old: Levy.-n.'. ... . 4.< ,280 8.603 .
'lp: jury room and In the presence of some persons vote, marking. their ticket. Mr. Harold Mordaunt, leadingman Liberty. . .: 2,835( '2.950 ccccacaccClUOCCK

wof the grand jurors, threatened Jim tbuj: with tbe Gagnon-Pollock: Stock Madison . .. .16,152 15,446 ,,
\ ,. i r Lanier, one of the prosecuting witnesses X Charles D."P.rkblU. Company,' whlcbII, play a three M anaLee. .-,.. .-. . 8.6JO 4Marton ._- -

1 with bodily barm If he went X J: DJ"W hh eld. nights engagement at lobe Houston . . . . . . . .. 2B.725 24,4o3 It
u5 before the grand jury and gave evidence Theatre beginning' tomorrow ntght, Monroe: .*._. .: . 20,973 181XW
against him. The matter was Demo Executive Com. Meeting. was united in marriage at midnight Nassau. 9,054 '

reported tp Judge 'Jones, who ordered last night to Miss Ethel Weatherly, Orange, :.. ,... .J. .. ... t".... .. ;... NEW GROCERY: ;STORE
/ arrest Johns for con- .Notice is hereby' given that there of Miami Fla., who ia one of the Osceola "," ,.,. S622 3,444 I ,t
eothe..berllr'to' .. was taken before theIr will be a meeting of the County Democratic highly respected'1 young. ladle of Pasoi..... .. .. ..6.10O 6,054 I v

a true ,bill was :returned Executive Committee held in I Miami. '' "- Polk;..+:...;.f. ..' .....,...17,803 12,472 .We have Just opened up as Hand tt Dandy': V H
'.1 against him',for contempt "of Klssimmee on Monday March 2Ist, "Miss Weatherly 'j]ourne"ed to Putman. .I, .. . .' .. ...,11.1t1'l. ll.Ml "old stand, with a full stock of fresh ,
"'. ,court which wilt! be tried later.Notice .. to canvass the return 0// the primary Houston that the marriage might be St. Johns,.,..,. ,!, . ..,,',.',>!,11OO3) .9'.I65i '

t t,f \ is hereby given that lhave' election.: All members are urged! to I. solemnized without lnterferrlng with St.. Lucia-,...h..,.,,...3,024 .FANCY AND. .tlAMJLY: GROCERIES '
t be present or send proxies.T. Mr. 'Mor4aunr.1. .theatrical engagemeatsJ ..t. 10,293, : .
;. of the 8k Clond and .'. Sauta Rosa. ., ",, and respectfully solicit a share of the public .f'
; charge pasture
xpect' to use It. All person owning ..M. ,MURPHY CHV., ''f .. "; .SumlAll" ... ...''1'..* "<....<. 6,649 6,187Buwanoeet.i patronage. .Free) delivery' to'all, parts of t. I-.J' .
18,011 14,664 '
to tock In the.pasture are before requested to A' Onaratttoed Carl toy Piles The first Peaches.1/ I Te.110r.I..H.h.; : -4'I.+ .:. 6,6fil 3,994 oty'" ''; rJ
1 '
tr remove *am on as Monday, Joe' Nlmlts this office Volusla... ..;..Ut.\..,12,083,10,003, ." >>]''P "
May 21st )906. I shall be pleased to Itching,' blind bleeding protruding brought- to '? *" & COLLIER. ) .
;meetU parties on that day in lobe Files. Druggiste are authorized to this morning couple" of.dellclou WairuU.. .-.{.;...../.,...01.) ,. 6,149 6,149 I & COLLIER. I , . B6' ;. :;; .

;t ,pasture. JOHN J, PADGETT., *, refund money If PAZO CXNTHKNT' f all ripe,' rosy-cheeked peacbea. :,the first, Walton......,,,...; ,,. ..12,2B9I ,,9,346IWaahlogton..c..11,90S I : "-, -, : .}.;, .- i.l1'1

Mal U,2 a 1' (to cure In 0 to 14 days.' Mo.. we have'seen this ....OD. I 1 ,164 . .. '.. -- ." ' -..,_ ., .... '
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'by :.Sir': *.--Dntton,, called on Hamilton '

Degraw at his! studio to give him her .: : a. s a .2 s is s S S a. p a p s .2 s S S. .14tiiiwi: CROW" CARS: <
reply to his note In eraon. tie greetedher .

:. A !JATTER .:. Joyously, but perhjps his ,eyes i f .

.. more than his-words. spoke his greet' : '
in Florida '
ing. Doings in Discussion
: Touched Upon j
He directed Jier attention to one-of

MILLIONS.\ lila pictures, which be called "love'sReality t of Railroad Rate Bill.

I Button's," and considerate taking advantage preoccupation of Mr*. V ? ? '" ...... ......- 'W- -......----..." ,r 'v' ..- v. w V. 'V '.... 'r 'v'V- 'V '...

with the.skot bes she saw everywhere Caldwell and Larklns ''Respited. Failed to "Locate" L.ynchsrs. '

dl"lIla.ed. "lie tenderly asked' Jeanuctte Governor Droward has ,granted a In opening the regular term'or circuit PROTEST BY DEMOCRATS_
;' i,, fly AnuKAlharlue frecfl Atbor .f"Th.Vorsk. I "Can you" guess who was my respite of 60 days "to George Caldwelland court Tampa, Judge J. B. Wall .
model for that? Kelson Larklns, two alleged to.
negroes, especially charged the grand jury .
.. PTHIHT?, I..., T HOIIIIT OHNtlf* SONS.i Jenny'-* eyes met his, and bethought: members of a "before day'! club Investigate the lynching" the negro Senator "Foraker 'Precipitated, Lively)
he neversaw her look
more glowing."May convicted pf the murder of N.. .W. who killed Deputy Marshal Mitchell Racket. by Coupling -' Jim Crow
I Jl', :, it is tour future
.f' i[, CHAPTER :XXXVII. herself If she was worthy o! this good wife?" Iht' whispered., Eppes, superintendent' of 'public In- of St. Petersburg1; Christmas", day. Feature wIth Anti-Pass

,f Continued. fortune, With difficulty lie suppressed the 1m* struction ot Leon. county, lost year Judge Wall 'Instructed '..the jury to Amendment.

She was sorely beset; the heart This resolve 'once tll ken., locked pulse >to clasp her then and thereto and sentenced to- have been", hanged return Indictments against all persons

I, .Which had been 'torn and trampled up the letter .and/\ the deed', together, til. heart. ,Hut 'lie pressed her hand, last i Tuesday.Isham against whom' proof of having p rtlo- -

. .upon II)"'another felt throb of life at.the and! donned her simplest street garments which bad somehow ''stolen toward' hi. Edwards, convicted at the plated, In' the lynching could be 'ob Jim crow cars 'were iacuasod tn

: prospect beld forth to her b)' this | Her first'
good man., Here was refuge, bore was a dire $o 'y. It was a.successful one "Qli. my darling! he breathed. the same crime., 'has already been such miscarriage of justice in thler' In connection" with the rat- 'bill, with t

solace, here was balmfor her bruised 1 tOJIImost at first. view she lighted "Would we were alone-for one abort executed and on.the gallows he'vow- county In the past decade. Every man :

pride. lie was honorable, too. and of UJI -the tddress/iilie\ sought under tIuimam [ minute!". eil! that he alone'was guilty; 'that engaged In lynching that negro in the the final result that, with the aid of

a distinguished\ presence. lie would /of "Kog
guard her honor, and bo v.ould not IIIk and/elntt'd with her antlc'Ipatlonri, she ton is very short-sighted", ; and so deaf I fart 'In the killing-.of Eppes. Their and It'ls your duty to ferret out anti "tho same or equal accommodations"

her to give up her millions for a betook herself to the street and number when: she .thlnk It best"' to be that she case!! was then carried to the pardoning bring'the' guilty parties to the bar of was stricken from an amendment Introduced -

U whim, only to scorn her whit named, like a feuinlc Ilaroun nlItaxchld. cannot'realty be looked upon ns an Intruder board; which declined to interfere justice." The', negro killed MitcheH

shown herself willing' 'to make ,.the We can talk unrestrainedlyand with the- decision ot the courts: This while resisting arrest -on a St. Petersburg "hy Senator Foraker.

sacrifice.Smllluj. She wns/ fortunate in finding the that is n great privilege! for we respite Is granted to enable. attorneys street' Christmas day, and was The Ohio senator presented a..

:' upon him" wIth a certain youug ushered schoolteacher at home." She was. have much to.ray to each other, Aye ,tor the' twQLjuoji to secure evidenceto later taken from Jail and shot to death strongantipass amendment !but coupled ',
Wistful grace, she asked If be would Into the parlor. In a few minutes we not?" '
that t1110ng- the prove: an alibi for them, which by a mob. with it tbls jim crow car
take !ll"r'wlthout explanation. IIl'el 'Impatientvisitor "Michwe.: ; have-to pan for a lifetime was
For reply he drew her to his heart, a light antI -almost boundingstep ," he declared. they .ilm they can do. After long Cfliberatioir the grand /euture.. !:1l"natvr'Dac: n led! the lIght
wffs'Iicnrd In the hall and tbe door O.Wwell: and Larking are confined jury reported that It was unable Jo
and when tbe little clock the "And
on parlor y6u"Enve to e plnln, why you Insisting that its. intro.luction
against it.
U mantel struck-11 o'clock jthat night It opened and a pretty bright and archly left me for jthrco days hovering between in the' ciunty:: jail at Jacksonville for find; any evidence connecting any per-', ,

U sounded In the. ears of a solemnly "fhgaged smiling girl stood before her. hope and despair.! safe )EOeplnlt and this respite was bon with the lynching. Judge Wall <11 "'Is for the urpo'se of embarrassing -

couple. "I wish to see .:Miss Jenny Rogers," Ills nice foil; a shadow flitted d.i'rlc slanted after a visit and talk with tho charged the Jury, expressing. h*.. regret - southern senators In their! '
"When': lie had been she explained; condenine-1 men by a son of the murdered at the fallufe of Its
gone a little and threatening ncross Ills oatisfactlon.He investigation. hctlon upon the pass question. He ar-
1\ tvhile Clalrette,'her mold, entered. Tarn Jenny Ilogers. sighed,: ;! ,and reluctantly admitted man, who evidently believes "
\ "I Our Jenny faltered back aotonlshed, there Is doubt an"to their ffnerf'' for a division of tIme Foraker
r .beg -your pardon said Clalrctfe, thnr-lie had'relied< upon the judgmentof guilt. They .
"but gentleman called while you then burst out''with' the irrepressible n friend'-who"had! conceived an Inexplicable Both earnestly declare that they are Sweeping Injunction ,Granted.: amendment.Senator. .

= Were talking with Mr., Degru\v. I ; exclamation: : distrust of tier. She" ir.nocent, though one of them' admits The Jetton-Dekle Lumber company Money, Senator McLaurln
:" 'could not let him .In becauseyou; had "But she is Lime! I was told that if an axe had been laid at the root of that It > was" his gun loaned; to Edwards has secured from Circuit Judga Wall

" forbidden It, but I thought if you. knew he; limped fearfully, while you-". her happiness. She falteringly asked for the purpose-of going hunt.. at Tampa,_ an injunction restrainingthe and other southerners took virtually
Tua,., girl before her broke American Federation of Labor the stand. ,
;" r his name8b&tbrust-; ygung who was this person anti when he fltiswered leg, with which Eppes was killed. same
, another card under her forth In A merry Inugh. "Mr. B/rd" her eyes; looked Its affiliated unions, the building: Senator Bacon based his objection. .,

. II .tnlstresV/ eyes. Jenny rend It, and "Oh, I have been lame, but List June wild and her speech sounded thick. Whltfleld Denies. Charges... trades council of Tampa-and other not so much on the 'merits of the

then read It again.,; Hamilton Degrawii / I had an operation performed upon my She- pressed for an explanation of this Justice J. B. Whltfleld, of the Florida union labor organizations and their proposition for the reason that the ..

: i Hamilton Degrawi Wbo was he? Xot ankle and It cured me entirely, and nvnn's distrust Her lover replied that supreme' court and a candidate for agents or members from 'interferingIn laws of all tfte southern states" .
the gentleman to whom she bad now I can even pirouette-seer'% Andtle he did not know. lie told' her any with
Just only in manner operations or em- for'' separation of the races
reflection, la out a letter denyingthe
,.f" ; engaged ''herself! Oh, nol!- Oh, nol! through| gay the young room thing pausing took suddenly"a whirl why' be bad not cone', to her after her charge of. John S. Beard;; can- pioyees; of its three plants or- any trains alpo provide for equality). of accommodations ,
Who then? Not the artist? He hal loving revelation at llss Asplnwqll's ot -its numerous contracts and particularly ';,
come however, to exclaim, wjlth' irresistible didate for the senate from Bscamblacojnty but he argued that the
pot. and'gonewhile she barterpdht"r re eptlon
against., endeavoring 'to .
demureness persuade effect of the Incorporation of such /alirovlalon '
life for : "Pardon me; I am forgetting : that in return for the appointment
away a comforting word?
"I l'to "
yielded his
earnest entreaties. non-union
men employed bythe
. my manners." general, he .he ; In tho Interstate law wouldbe
attorney gave
Yes (
yes. ,the face of the girl told herwhat he
said. "Mr. Byrd asked to wait ,
me to cease work contractors
company or
I this miserable card failed to tlo. The 'slgnprlnn-we must call her so governor an opinion relative to the to act tia an Incentive to people "
a week until he could substantiate his
workmen from material
e lie had been here and she- A wildecrenin again for the nonee-experfenl"l'd a character of the commission to Col. or. using seeking to stir up strife over the racevquestion ,
doubts. I
that did .
" gee now
, went up from her lips!, aDd she strange sensation. Not lanie, tbls girl! should have trusted you Implicitly.wrong.I I B. I. Watles In 1879 stating that the furnished by the company. a thing that should be (

lay, In the next moment, senseless and Then It was surety* God's providence withheld myself fron for three governor had no authority to fix compensation The Injunction Is very sweeping avoided. .
that I l. her here. you and intended to
Inert the :d How .strange! it all stop union carpenters
floor. Senator ulberson introduced substitute
upon days. Then my love triumphed. I of the person appointed. a
was! The mistake ( and painters strike from
o considering permanent now' on a '
out of the celebrated for the Foraker anti-pass
; him The controversy
f' went to and told him I could not grew
,.., n defect that was only tempo Interfering with the company's bringIng -
/ CHAPTER XXXVIII. bad nnd would not believe Ont you were Walles claim in which the irmendnient even more stringent on -
I rary turned Mr. Degrajy's attention to the city and employing nonunion
Ii i .. XEAXHfTTE: ASD VIB3IXIA. from this blooming girl. not all your sweet face premised. and claimants asked a 'large sum from the Its. terms than that-of ttae Ohio senator
, '' Jenny Rogers realized all that she "You must.wonder who I am and gave as an argument In your favor the state for. securing settlement from the but shorn of its reference to the

bad jeopardized by her sudden engagement what my errand Is. Well I have jjo tact that you were ready to give np national government- a number of Jim crow question and this was adopted ,

but was not disposed to submit 'rl'nn:2: ; I only wanted to know you- your great fortune to please my whim. claims that had been long pending. Senator Mallory III. b). a vote 'of :38 to 36. t.t

'V!,j to the consequences ot-Iiej; folly without perhaps because. ;your name, which lIe was bverwbelmed and confessedthat The state legislature' refused tP allow A Washington dispatch pays: In Tb6: twelve republican senators who >: J.

$1$: a' struggle.: Since 'tho' arHst still Is Identical with my own." he had a totaj misconception of the!! amount claimed awarding merely -" the senate monday Mr. TaJISferro of joined with the democrats were 1'1 }I

jf",tored her. she would meet that love 'Jeannett* Rogers your-character." This was at o'clock. a nominal sum, comparatively. Florida stated that lllneas' of his colleague Messrs. ,Knox, iJiKtollette, Frye' Dol-

\aDd ball the return whatever it might : '''Virginia Rogers;' but we are b th1allq.Jt'nnr'at Jenny. At O.30 I was at :your house. --.- Mr. Mallory, would' prevent liver, Clapp Purkett, Long, Warner, "I

'night cost the man who had taken nd.Vantage I least I am." There were admitted.lights'in" the parlor, but- Iwas Revolting Story. that senator's attendance on the senate Nelson, Southerland, Nixon and Kit-.

I of her momentary weakness "\bl! how t'urloull-tO'! meet one of not Languishing In a Mexican prison during the further consideration of edge.

"'. to bind her to himself. .To break away my own name, I meanv And yon arelo"'bt''autltul. mure'd"It was, with through lowered mistake bead, and she brow mur- half dead to. lack of, food and with the rate bill. Mr. Taliaferro presentIng The senate spent the' major portion "9'

', from the Man Wbo held her troth that ," she wanted to say, turned away. "I-" And there she their bodies reeking with vermin Is a statement by Mr.' Mallory giving of Its time on one'amendment

I. ate might fly to the! man who held her;, but lacked the courage. paused. How could she go further? the condition of the captain and crew his views, In that statement Mr. to the Hepburn railroad! rate bill, but ""i"
heart, 'was all her hope. all her The slgnorlna smiled. Somehow her his
pur. ttie Mallory announced support of the
smack SilasP.
nsocola /fishing ,
How explain this situation Besides, 01 instead of accepting It. adopted a
,. /))0'". To i Insure' this: heart felt quite light
bill, but expressed .the opinion thatit
' she.-felt weak and shaken. That any Stearns, which, was captured by a substitute. -
hope and to "Ob I like "
certainty: of this you she
Lr she purpose exclaImed.!, "I Impetuously mail should Dave distrusted her"_ and Mexican war vessel off the coast of should be so amended as to prohibit The discussion, took a broad rang j
sut down after feel ns If were old
Write her betrothed, letter.J"Bnf friends. Have you never experienced: inade her" lover" share her doubts If Yucatan, en April 16. according to a minor United States courts from covering first the pass question aDd( .. "

( ; when she"-came: to take the pen any unpleasantness from the possession only for" a few days. was terrible to letter received, Pensacola from Captain granting! 'prellmluary'Injyndlons then the. race question .In the- south-7';r
her. She did not know how to hide her ; Malfitano./ : I against the operation, of; the orders The
In her hand she trembled. Ah. this of this nam T You know. I sun- , rn states. j, racojissuewas.rais-.r, :, _____
$> *raa not so easy a task after all! If she pose that It baa" been much In the agitation nor how' to 'keep' back. tier Tho" letter,,_ was written In Italian .of, the" commission., ,(.-,,, yl' ', -, --', ,iW ed in'connection ,with" the clause d'el.-i"itl "
H.'IMa of late tears. '. *, And was translatedby, Italian Consul \r t ,;:" ,''H' d " I''f.\ :,,<,(L'I" J : ""discriminations: was'
I v,1 which
\ recoiled at times from .Ivln" up papers ; that' unusual prosperity "! 10Te' he said ";\ ,,1 JI; I 'IX"I'" I -\I\' <;">'i." \4." ''Abf'i |to ; ), ;Interpreted -, ,
so, forgettingMrs. .
rtb. millions that had come to her" tn 110.ondet'tul'ft as. well'01 adversity has teen the portion yoo C&flero, a certUl.ed"C\ py'\thereof' beIng : ,"A'gieaomeflnd.w&g t" made'In1' the as" referring to separate, cars ,\'

r, -. way bow much more rea- of'* some '\Vho'han held It, and did'. Button's, presence, ; which Indeed, sent to'Senator .Mallory for transmission Hillsborough river near the docks-of for the rnces. .
;?' BOB had she.for recoiling from an act that It Is a doubtful blessing to be is so not completely obtrude restored itself.-"and! I roy trust to the -itate department The Tampa a few days ago. One night "Can it possibly be the de-ign of
can never
-'-Hliat not only meant the sacrifice of her called 'Jenny Rogers' Just now." doubt you again nor will I ever !In the letter states that the, vesrel was captured recently officers of the Tampa police the senator to Incorporate this IUbt
I fortune, but the betrayal of a',secret "I know that a promising singer of near Grand'Reef island,' the
made of discrimination" with that of
future listen; to any one's words against force : a raid on a gang of ne- ject
.-that Involved her honor and that name has lately become the own. '
every of seizure the vessel *
the being
cause gfce who free In order to strengthen It?
you. Jenny, Jennyt my Quet'nl! my men were gambling on passes
:/claim to happiness .which she pos er of a large: fortune, Is that the hod.'no license
td fish in Mexican wa- .
life Look which asked Mr. referring to the
c doubtful Around. give: me your hand board the steamer Manatee was Bacon separate
sessed. I
; do not think abe could have blessing yon allude toVThe
proceeded with her' confessions If archness of her look betrayedthe breathe sweet" forgiveness, and forget where'the ters. It was towed ui'rown to Frogresso lilto''jail, tied tip at her dock. One of the car system of the south for negroes. ,

t ?'-Clalrette had ''not brought her at tills Innocence of her heart, but the slg ,: -" crew was party, named Franklin, wbo rather The provision he said touched '

.critical:" moment a letter, which gave norma lost her voice all the ume and At this juncture Miss Asplnwall en without an opportunity to communicate than' submit to arrest Jumped overboard upon a matter of vital Importanceto

:,:oller ,the Impetus necessary to carry i hesitated some minutes before remark I tered.and great .was her astonishmentat with either the American or and 'the officers, having their" the south. "There could be no .

( through ber project.). It was from the Ing: the scene before her. -. Italian consuls. The schooner'was hands. full. did not attempt'to secure question raised of more vital 'Importance '.'4

Artist and ran thus:" "I have the money :yet I am ready "Mr. Degrawi! Jenny! I did not placed In charge of soldiers and the the* escaped man. presuming' that be to that section" he laid He ",,

& to part with If. It is not always an unmitigated think to find .,"on here together: she teen treated like pirates. wculd swim to shore and be ultimately insisted that the two matters should*
.$ -JIy Best Belo..ed-Yoo have refused
Joy to hold It. But. ejaculated with A pointed look. however not ':/
money captured. He was, expert not be coupled together."Does '
*o.see. me. Is this "because
jf I have of Itself Is good, do not think Jenny seized hold of a small' table When the jury In the United States
corns too bite?, Darling I' had expenses. :yon! ,.so, enough swimming to get Wshore the senator object to equal '" ,
my too. JeannetteT" near hereto steady herself and cast an court at Tampa fendered a verdict' in
decomposed -
? I will uplaln 'them to Ifyou and his dead body, badly accommodations for the, same IIuy1"1
will you "I do, Virginia l good/ that I cnn entreatfV glance upon her friend.: favor of the government for $3i was found floating near the asked Mr. Foraker. '
give me the opportunity. Do (
neverhave enough of It she laughed. That friend did' not see It, or failed '
t- ,
against D. Welles prominent >
a ,
'not ; docks. "No lIr. Bacon "butI
/judge me without knowing: the to understand; It. responded, ,
"Itisnotthitt I nm
''facts-for whatever Indifference I mercenary, sheprotestea saw mill man _Judge Locke set the do object to giving the interstate }
may "I have just from Interview
"but that my'pay f..eo small ,come ; an '
.-,' .;.,have shown you, I here avow that niy2eart' and our wants so large. I should with Mr. Degrnw. of Cleveland whom i verdict aside as insufficient, and or- Three hundred Cuban fishermen are commerce commission supervision' < "
dered new trial to be held at the '
has_ been beating with yours like-" Phe! paused while a flush I: met unexpectedly! at Tiffany's this a preparing a protest to the government pver the matter." ., .I f fI
throb for throb. ,ever since the moment nExt rm of,court. Wollos was charged I ,'
"And that insist ,
fishermen I
; dyed her earnest young face. "I for. morning Miss Asplnwall continued. that a like number of Spanish upon, Declared
: you drew my eyes to yours and got" she'resumed, 'that yon were not "lIe told me yon bad engaged yourselfto with cutting timber from 1,000 are catching three-fourths of the Mr. Foraker. '
)made me lee that you were wilting him. Jenny and I bere." Her .acres of ,government land, and was "In view of the fact '
; nn poor'as layself. You cannot und- r- came fish consumed In Havana. In Florida, that two-thirds ,
.;to give up all the world for the devotion, stnnd-i-r" full sweet look'at the artist told why. .first criminally prosecuted, the jury end'Yucatan waters, thegreat part by of the senate are' republican I presume '. :' ,
;i of your artist lover: ''But I. broke In the But nobody saw that look. He and acquitting him. The government then of
cnn. atgnorlna far being caught( In the vicinity the that he can make good thin ,;
KAMILTONtEGflAW.' eagerly. "And I am as poor" as yonrself Jenny! were both absorbed In, the one Instituted' civil, suit with the above result. Florida keys where the fishing la boost," said the Georgia senator wlthrwarmth. ,

Wririch words,coming at thin moment -or soon will be-for I shall have wild glance each liad cast -upon the ; vastly better than In Cuban -waters.It ,
nada her" path' plain before her or so nothing while )'ou-" I other at the utterance of these fata! -
IB claimed that not only are the Mr. Foraker disavowed any purpola
< "
the desperate child thought A fiery "Touwll' ) have nothing words. At the recent meeting of-the board
in American terri to, and.Mr.. Bacon proceededwith '
%ardor of devotion-awoke within her "What facts OnseT- exclaimed Spaniards . :
"Nothing but what a kind husband arc Of trustees of Lake City It was decided -
:.and though her: trembling. not I seoed will give me, but that Is everything isttnot" the artist, after one terrible moment to'push the erection of a twenty tor ". out that they are also defraud- his argument against ,the coupling ., I ,.
and ,r- Ing the Cuban government of duties. of the two propositions. : .
her cbeeke'took on the hue "You have enznzcd yourself to mv thousand dollar high school building. ,
KAr'fear: she seized the sheets "I rival and here The protest will say that the Spanish
empty \o\ not know. retorted the otber.QualuU now come It was decided to begin work at onco
::4 t* before, bert and transcrlbea' the burn. )'. "Some day,I may be able to "Oh, I can explain Interrupted and have the building ready for' the schooners average a catch 'of 9,000 Jury Will Probe Insurance.

is/.Ing words ;which she knew 'would 'effecrually answer when I have graduated In other Jenny. "I'can explain It. lIe 'came session next alL 'The public school 'I" pounds daily., The special: grand jury which is to
t sever all connection' between : lore tnan that we learn put of books." When I thought myself! deserted, offered
ha. Its quarters and the investigate Insurance
outgrown new and
especially -
herself and true-henrted'
her his hand
benefno "I ba"elO'aduated.Vbllpered the without conditions, and r-
.tor. It was noon when her letter wasConpIetedand I slgnorlna. Then suddenly: "I am the -Olid-I listened him." building has been much needed. The The Florida Municipal 'Sanitary political campaign contributionS

'' her feverish eye and singer you alluded toVlll! you bo' And, cr0 you l solemnly engaged: to old building will be used for 'the lowor League wss formed\ at'Tampa under was empaneled at New York ,

pallid Hpir'evinced what the task had my friend marry him?" sternly: continued her gradea. Work bits been,begun on tbenew' the 'most auspicious circumstances. A

.been to .her. But' the gnvo BO' evidences "1., :your 'friend! cried the other. lover_ _____ : light and water pl-at for TkO representative gathering of energetic Monday. District Attorney. Jerome,

I of flinching, and folded up'the "Will, :you be mine" 'ot now not now; I wrote- to*. him, City. This Improvement ,will be"push municipal officials from all points In who asked for this jjury, was. present ,'

'letter 'and addressed It to Hamilton "Will I' not?" exclaimed the signor- tol-dny. after I heard from :you. ,1 could ed to completion. the state joined with Tampa in the when It was sworn. '

Degra., Esq., with unyielding.,deter inn 'not'' keep my word to him when I --..:..... ,organization of an association which. .

.. mination. ,--OnIywlien- came to her ), .And the'two girls glided Into each found that yon still loved, me, and I Plans have' been approved by tho It la believed. will prove of great ben Beoton Cigar Makers Strike. '

taking from a certain secret drawer tbe other's arms Impelled by aa attracUon told him-" county: commissioners of St. Johns efit to ihe state In providing efficient .. A strike of union cigar makers'of

deed and ''Various paper upon which that wns almost Irresistible. "Whatr'She county for a $40,000 court house. The protection **r ilnst the Introduction' of Boston :Man.

kt ber, fortune depended,' did she/ show ,When- the slgnorina went !away she did not answer She was swayIng new*.tructure will be ot the Spanish disease and In educating the peopleUI Monday. It, IB was inaugurated ,

: any signs jof weakening. And then, wore almost a ,Joyous look; and the like a reed. mission .style of architecture, and |In to the duties In eliminating the estimated that about '

f. notbecause;!' .of 'any'secret longings flrst task which she turned Tier at. What;Miss Rogers" .... 'harmony with the Spanish origin and : mosquito as'a factor In the breeding 1,200 mon are out in an effort ta force

toward the{wealth represented' by these tention upon reaching her home, was "Ahr: t Iter'cry rose" from a wounded environments of the Ancient City, of malarial fevers. I an Increase In wages.. .
various document*, but because she did to take/out her, letter to Mr. Degraw : heart. She turned and .fled towardMrs. : '

not feel quite, assured. that, abe had A od Inclose In It the following note: I>ntton. "Take me bfcne!" she' -. , R/Parrott Tho Gem Guards at 'Palatka A' 8ItM.cATA'TROPHE., I I--
llewrs. Ii. M. Flagler 3. City
MM all that was .necessary.. lip her "I, you have any hesitancy .. to cried. tben ,euddeD ) tottered and ;
).ndcbut. not 'exhaustive letter. ..She r whereto- place the large. fortune thus turned upon' them with a drawn and I and other'Official Of' the F. E..C.'raU- 'were disbanded at Inspeetloll"*'bJ' Gen:. Two Men Meet Death ln"cTuarreT Over

bad told, her, secret and repudiated" th4- thrown back Upon your hands' let me frightenedface.! "I'have no home- 'way",who recently went on an Inspection J, C., ,Rf Foster, ''the ,number"tn attendance -

ncy legacy but abe bad 'toot named Suggest that"you remember 'the little she moaned,."I sent the deed'with my 'tour'' of, the railroad extension not being aufflclent'to continue a. Couple' of'Cats.,
successor." Should she? Had she school teacher who .. no longer lame, letter I have neither: home or friends." work now being done In tie key, express William Cox.and his son-ln-iaw l ,,William ' '

right V Nor: 'bot.Jt would be; sowt I and-who. as you must recognise, I. as -This was too much for flflary- and themselves as well pleased with as a military, ,company,, Thequardi'Ia Miners Carney pf '. mlthfleld. "

tof thinkpthat: ttie.dear little i worthy as I am tluworthr: 'and as'bean- too much for" him., They both sprang the progress of the 'work/ which 'U ,one ot the:pIdestorganUaion's 1 -_ 'Ohio Quarreled over1"the,
Cl teaekerwbo; had every' virtue tltal 'al any one who "bears the -nameofflogerI.IN and caught. : l.'a.. *tag 'sufficiently': advanced ( 10 tho"state"and for,many years possessionof
.very ebeirtt
.alt akeold reap the benefits "Tou sent him a lett r and the deed" .. ,received' to build the bridge; an-1 yard Cox seUed a shot, gun and "

were .. leader hers.: :lAs sheM ; CpTCfltXXXIXAgOTRZI : \ .. Jic- repeated. but this time la gentle 'trestles 'over', the various water x- 'fkanlesIts..' dlsbandment la gr atlregretted' shot hint, dead. He' then turned "they) ,

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President Sends a-Spepia: ) Injures pa -rerrI10 a Score: and of'f Disastrous.Oth.r -..Im General Conference Opens'at Senator 'Denounces, Slurs' On ,

to 'Birmingham Alabama. High' Officials
Message Congress, .+
. .' A special from- Altoona, Pa'. says:
The most disastrous accident oa thePenneydyanta "- IN' ANSWER TO TILLMAN


arter east pf Harrl burs nearly a year H ,_ .

J T' ago, tv ien'about twenty persons were Georgia Senator Declares We Have a

Roosevelt Says Giant Octopus Has killed, occurred Friday night abouj! 10 Feature of First Day's Session Was Good Government and Assaults on

nr 'Been. Holding Up Railroads and o'clock 'on the Petersburg; branch the Reading of the Bishop' Ad. Men: In Office la 'WhollyUnwarrant.d. ''D* 11BWltATISff 'ens $punn

the Peyplo' Transmits, Junction.about EOQ yards east'of Clover, Greek' dress 'In Which ChurchMat.. .- - A SURE CORE WOUND ION GA OLD, a.visi soCO!. M7 "' .e ,

field's 'ReportPresident : ters Were Fully Reviewed -,. ED H1JS
31Clff JOINTa 'aosTU
The Chicago Mail: bount east, end IIUJt143 3CAL\13,1LTLAlIEG II
the Chicano and St: :Louis express venerable: A Washington special says: Toe,

Roosevelt' Friday .trans bounu west, two-of the fastesttrains _When,,.the. Bishop A. W, close of 'geneal' -debate upon the rat 1lN ANTISEPTIC that* stops IniUUoa. subdues Inflaofmatk

mined!:. to-congress. tie'report lames of the, system, going 'at full speed: Wilson of .Baltimore brought down his bill In the senate Thursday was mark and drives out Pain. '

r R. Oarfleld( commissioner: ofcorpora;: met bead on. Seven cars Were wrecked gavel, calUl1e,the general conferenceof ed by' several very spirited passages, PENETRATES the Pores,loosens the Fibrous Tissues, pro"'"
,'and both cbglnos'badiy damaged.. motes a frae cltcnlatiOA of the Blood
giving the Muscles natural
the'resuilts of his Inv *- the Methodist Episcopal
tions, giving Six persona wore killed outright, Church !h: one of which Senator Bacon of elasticity. '

tlgatlon ,of tho subject .of transportaUon and.four died later from Injuries. South: to order In Birmingham,. Ala., Georgia figured prominently. .. ..

and freight rates In connectionwith 'About,twenty of tho passengers and Thursday morning, there.were but six Senator Tlllman had devoted much

thesoll Industry., ?' train crew ''were more -,..' lass seriously absentees. The feature of the day was time to a .recital of incidents calculated

4 '+ In his 'message, the president expresses Injured, but as tar as Is known the episcopal address,'which was read judges to reflocf upon some of the federiU CURED OF PARALYSISW.
cltlug..among other the
all will recover. : Tjy Bishop C. B. Galloway. case.s
the view .that the'report la Some hours before" twenty-seven Immediately upon the.:conclusion of granting ,,of an Injunction by Judge Bailey, P. O. True, Texas, writes "My

of capital Importance because, of the loaded freight cars had been wrecked the bl:hop'. address a telegram expressing r..rdee' the state officials fFlorida' wife bad been suffering five years with paralysis in
to restrain fcererm. when I was persuaded to use l'aUud"
effort_now. being made to secure.such en the main line of the Pennsylvania .love and greeting was sent 'operation- of .LIniment, which efiected a complete care. X
enlargement of the powers of the,lu- railroad at Union Furnace 20. miles 'to J. C. Berryman of Caledonia, Mo., some law to which the railroads objEcted 1 |,.have also oae1Itforold sorts, frost bitai and akin

terstate commission as-will east Altoona. Debris blocked all 'who is In his' 97th year and who Is this injunction n* being granted eraptions. It does the work." .
commerce the', traofcs and fast passenger trains the 'sole upon the rffldavlt of a railroad official r
confer upon the committee power in wore run over the Petersburg branch. conference ot 1844. that the .property, of the railroad In REFUSE !LL SUBSTITUTES

some measure adequate to meet the The Chicago and St. Louis express Dr. J. W mldt of Atlanta presentedto Cuestlon,,wa valued at. more than I THREE SIZES: 25c. 5Oc and $1.00

+ learly demonstrated need of the sit wast' sentfrom) Altoona and"' -the Chicago the conference,,' through Blsnoy 15,000.000, whereas the same,, official BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
'' had less than ,
mall from Huntingdon.At two'months'previouslymade
Wilson! a gavel made from the wood '
uation. That the Standard 011 com- ST. LOUIS. U. ft. A.
about affidavit that
Junction the
Clover Creek the' same property
bas benefited' enormously up of tree \inder which John Wesley
tKw pany midway between Altoona and Hunting was worth but' U.T QOOO. Other'caaes
almost to the.prOCIent moment, by se- the founder of Methodism, delivered -
don, where a \single line traverses avqavy were referred to at length.. ,
his first In -
diet rates, many of which were clearly sermon America near SOLO AND RKOOMMKNPK' BY -
curve the two trains crashed Following this portion of his speech ,
I Savannah Ga.
the president.says the J
unlawful together with frightful force the Impact Senator, Tlliman got Into a dontroveraywith '
report clearly'ahowa the benefit there The formal addresses of welcometo For Sale at ROBERSON'S' DRUQ 'STOR
standing the locomotives on end Senator. Bacon over the questionof st
the delegates'were delivered at the
secured to at least
by amounting and piling the cars of the mall In a .the Issue of temporary injunctions
First Methodist church. Governor
tbr'ee-quarters of million, a year. On heap. One. qoach contained thirty In the course of which Senator 'Bacon ,
of Alabama'-made the addresson
this he
subject nays: and none escaped in- brought out that while there
one passengers was an
"This three-quarters .of a million behalf of the etate. The Rev :J. R. '
Jury effort prevent the issue of temporary IISSIMMEE'ltI".E
McCoy of Birmingham! spoke as the
the that the Stand
represents profit .
Officials of tho Pennsylvania Injunctions ahead of final hearing
ard Oil company obtains at the expense state that the disaster was due to a representative: of the or by the circuit courts;' there was no
of .the railroads but of course misconception-of orders on the part of. the state, Alderman J. Ii. Copeland efort'to :
affect the rate during the
spoke for .the city of Birmingham and ; :BOUTE )
the ultlmate'result Is that It obtains
the crow of the Chicago mall. Instructione longer period while the' decision-- of
Rev. S. L. Dobbs of for
much larger profit at the expense ot had been given to pull on Jo the circuit court was under review by ,
the Methodists of the Birmingham dls-
k" the public. A very striking result of a aiding near Wllliamsburg two miles the the supreme court. While this was algal .STEAMER LILLIE: BTKAMfcR HO8EADA "
' trlct. A response in behalf of
f."' the investigation baa been that shortly east or where the accident happened bishops and delegates was made by question <3enato'r'Tnima'n in his Captain Clay Johnson,,.8r,,, Captain Clay Johnson, 'Jr.
after the discovery of these secret tho St. Louis !flyer having the right of
and his sallies
< Bishop K. R. Hendrix of Kansas City. questioning : was not Regular '''veeklytrips to Bassinger sad 'return. Roseada leaves Klsshsv
rates by the commissioner corpora- line. only general In his. attacks upon the and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening.
The roll call revealed the presenceof wee Tuesday morning
tions the major portion of them werepromptly Heartrending scenes unnerved the '"
rIjj: nine active bishops. Bishop Fitzgerald courts but throughout It all showed Special Charter Trips to Lake Okew. obee.and Fort Myere, on the Llllle.,
corrected the railroads worked by the glare
rescuers as they "disposition to be critical of the '
and the Comfortable accommodation for pantengers. Rates reasonable.
Bishop Cranberry were
so that most of them have now .been of oil lamps in an effort to extricate
Georgia senator and all others who "'
only absentees. The mo.t picturesque WAterwa) In Florida
done away with. the unfortunates wh.o were under the Among those responding to roll did not agree with him. For Passenger. and Freight ,Rates apply to ,
The statement Is added that fie wreckage. TJBtit a wrecking crew ar
'' .
"Whenever it to the
comes point JOHNSON
.CLAY 8R, Proprietor
call the leading missionaries
were foreign
department) bf Justice will take up the rived from Altoona 'two. hours after I flu.; t
in the church. Including Dr. said Senator Bacon with great fervor On board Lillie, Klsslmmee.,
prosecution: of at least certain cases. the accident: human hands were impotent "that the courts of the United -
Young J. Allen of Shanghai China -
Continuing the president toetend succor to the maim' . "
says: States are-no 'longer to be' entitled to :
The Tennessee South Georgia, North
'But In addition to these secret e;" and mangled passengers. the regard to the conservative element
Alabama and the Texas conferenceshad I HAT A.JV VVWELCOMEw; VISITOR .
rates the Standard ,011 profits ira- MAKE of.tbelr Covern ent. It, makes .. .
practlcally delegations
< ,nomplete
niennely by open rates ,which are so difference '
little whether the
prE' opening session. executive John Philip Rousa bas had some experiences : the room was 'all In a'mess.* It surely
arranged as to glve'.tt' an overwhelming -
udvaotagfo over' Its Independent Convention Unanimously Votes for a Pr. J. J. Tlgertof Nashville, secretary and legislative branches of the decidedly out of the ordinary was. There were black footmarks) r

'' Return to Work.. ., -. of the general conference at Its government are conservative. Whenever but be himself Is authority for everywhere on the furniture. oa"
On the advice of President Mitchell two last preceding _sessions was unanimously It comes to the point that the the statement that he met with the carpet, even' on th. dr.lacr; the ,bed
A ; Commissioner Garfield' finds that the the' .sub-scalecommittee, re-elected secretary. After Judges who have the ? :pendous power most unusual and perhaps the, most itself being about the only spot"not ;'
output cf refined .oil amounts to' about representing( convention the adoption of a resolution providing of passing upon the validity of the terrifying. In a quiet little town Inprovincial trodden upon. The sandwiches .Were '
at Scrr.ntoD.1ra.
the miners'
)ye.OOo.OOO\ ) barrels annually bf which voted to for the appointment of th'e fourteen laws are no longer, to be trusted for England., gone; so was the fruit. As I climbed
th'e Standard 011 "company controls Saturday unanimously conservatism or honesty where Is the "It was almost as bad as Edgar into my dressing gown I bad, a buy
address .
about 23,000.000 and approximately adopt the .first propositlbn of .the operators regular committees the bishops' protection of the government,however Allan Poe come 'to life". says be. Idea of discovering a' tramp, so"
read to the conference 1 by"
awardcf >>
t, the same proportion of the other fluIsbod -. ,-,a continuation of4he conservative tire' executive and legislative 'when relating the happenlne. -It was where .about but a moment r' I
products flnlshod petroleum. the anthracite coal commission with Bishop Charles B. Galloway 'ot Mississippi. branches may bet before I opened at the Alhambfa last had seen that the footprint 'came '

Continuing. tho-report. says: the modification of the term for which L' ,It .was quitelengthy, covering "Mr. President, another thought Spring, and tbe tour bad been mo.t.. from a'IIC cllmney place and apparently -

', ::11:.* Standard cl' .tms tbat the I It If to continue to be mutually agreed tho entire operation of the Southern There are great -'forces' working- trying. On the night in question I'' returned'' there again.. Well

cttlon of and the use of VTn.- The operators' suggestion was Methodist church, both at home'and had turned In the very first -minute smoke him out/ :said L .
: ,its rfineries } the whole civilized and they
that Itshould bit at least three years. abroad, since the 'last quadrennial I could get away after tho evening "Before the"blaze"JOIIIUte morlh.
pipeelllnes-arelisturaladvantages; : j ; direction.They
forces that
whlch It Is.: Justly; enttled'Wblle In a"meauuro The action of the convention to- conference. The address, among; other i are need proper forces but that, concert, and ,I 'retnemtmr I was so Ing's paper had cot a flood artart''th
; must'not' ,gather with,request for a conferencevan ,things'. contained the following; may be correct tired that I never, touched the fruit tumbled down;from' that lOhimaeybaboon
t It be
that Is
: true. were telegraphed by PresIdep JUltchellt "The statistical returns are altogether need proper direction. They are forces snit sandwiches always left in. my nearly as'' big a* I am.'

forgotten that these advantages ' -> Chairman Baer of tle J operator l' encouraging Increase In which are not entirely quiet' in this bedroom.- slept like a log of course, way the: valet and I got.'oat; Into tbd.

M In part obtained:by means of unfair committee and a conference In New members during the past four years country, and. Mr. president, I consider though once .1 .wakened (as recalled ball was' sight,to 'sea We slammed '

r competitle' :]methods after years of York was-agreed to. The only matters *\as' against only 88,085 It to be not .only, the highest dqty'of the next morning), thinking I heard the door after na and' sent ln aa';

: fierce }Industrial strife. The develcp.irvent to be discussed are the length of during the preceding' quadrennium. this body to so act and so speak not the plate pushed about on the lunch alarm. Twenty minutes later one'of .:

: of the \pipe lino system by theEtandard time the oward shall continue sal We have now 1,164,648 members 1,. only as to avoid stirring up the passions eon\ table. I think 1 sat up In bed the keepers from a nearby circus waa .
011 company: was the resultof of the people and destroyingtheir and looked around' but I'm sure I saw unconcernedly leading off the tamest','
the provision that .there shall be ceo 039.785 Sunday school scholars and
I I1.. special agreements with' railroad discrimination against the men who 120,487 Epworth League members.The faith In their government and nothing and I was asleep'again an meekest monkey of his size" (ln Uxeworld. "..
companies. Furthermore those so- to administer Instant later, '
in those who are
mine workers' suspension
obeyed of board for foreign
; receipts our
'called- natural advantages have been crder. f It. but that It Is our duty-to go to ',"Next morning I wall conscious of '"But It was a startling thing''to "
missions for this quadrennium were
the entry of the. man with the hot bare happen'before breakfast There
aid aro being greatly. Increased by the other extreme If need be and Inspire ;
1,1'"I dlscrlUituations in freight rates, which, CHINESE $1,659,941. an Increase over the preceding more confidence than their water but what brought me really tom was a little too much of: 'Tbe M.v-.,
monopolistic PLEA FOR THE four years .ot J6.45,673. The even senses was his, exclamation mat der. In the Hue Morgue about It.-
give. the Standard control collections for church extension were Individual merits may entitle them to.

in tile greater portion. of the coun Made In Resolutions by MethodistsIn $371,649.30, an Increase of $12.833.68 "Let UI, Mr. President, make our

try."An General Conference.One over the quadrennium ending .In 1902. people believe that,'we," nave a good 2>1t. WlLSOfTS, (GOOD) AVER ;.

J Immediate result of this delim of the features of -the Southern During the past year the Woman's government, make* them believe that .. _

itation of competitive area is shorn Methhodl&t general conference at Birmingham Foreign Missionary Society received While there may be here and there Away back In'tbe- forties ,GeorgeE. the vortex. But no one supposed ir thatUg a

by the exorbitant profits shown la the. Saturday was an address by $165,909 oDd the Woman's Home Mission an unworthy 'man the great body of Drlckett and Moses S. Wilson were Mose' Wilson could be afliwited'or'fluenced ; 11 :i

non-competitive fields." Rev. Young' J. Allen, a missionarywho Society $101.728. If these those who are called upon to admin classmates\ In-college and were also In the slightest1.deg de' '" .

"In 1904 the secret rate received<1 had' devoted his life to the Chi amounts be 'added to the receipts by ister this-government'are: honest men roommates.; In .after life both became any religious movement. '

from the railroads saved to the' Standard :. nese. As a result'of, his plea In the general'and 'annual conference and patriotic men-executive: legislative eminent and highly respected Brickett one, evening strolled latav--

. 011 company three-quarters .of- a behalf of the *people of the Orient, beards, we have a sum total for bomo and judiciaL Let us do away members of"the medical profession. the revival-meeting, aa ouch out des s!

million dollars representing the 'dif: strong revolutions were adopted by and forelgifmisslons during the year f 1 far as we can with this dispositionto Many'thousand In Maine and curiosity as anything, and,, to hls.great .-
d people
ference between the open"rates anal. the conference( to be sent to President Closing $955.779. decry' the .officials, of the government rememberDr surprise saw Wilson there 'on' ....

s the rates Actually paid. Roosevelt requesting the American I now -, and to produce In the minds, of all over New.Encl.nd will as'aurceoii In knees In.the midst of a very fervent-'
E. Brlckett
"Thesu discriminations he said government to give such Interpretation 8TALNAKER. the masses of these people and estteclally George prayer which greatly moved I the
KILLS of the Con,;United States I
WALL charge
'"havo boon so Ions continued and BO to existing laws'as will not allow I of the unthinking people, at' Augusta (sine, of all his hearers. ,
general After ,
secret and HO large In amount as ta discourtesies and hardships to Chinese: Ancient, QuarrsPEnds In Fatal Tragedy the extreme Ideal ,t those who are during! the civil war. \\Dr; Wilson pra
male It cortalnJhcy were due to'ccn- students merchants and others who 'at Augusta Ga. called upon to administer the goverriment Hoed medicine In Lincoln. :Maine .for sudden conversion, was tQomeWilson's ] so :
C-rteJ action by the Standard nnd may reach the "bores of the United ire corrupt and unworthy of '
-- Former Deputy United State Marshal upward of fifty years. ,i. surprising .that Brickett. out of -del-- <

the railroads" States. Charles W. Stalnaker. was shot their confidence" Both. Brlckett and Wilson .were decidedly cacy refrained from mentioning "

and killed by-James 8. Wall at Augusta 'of the"wldeawake"class \of matter to his friend. and the ..ubJOCwas \' .:

FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY. POUICE SHOOT RIOTOUS DAGOES Ga., Thursday night, as a. result; CRAPSEY,HERESY CASE.: students Wilson, especially was 'of not mentioned by. either'' until;\

-, of a row that began at a mglstrate's ,a '''wild rollicking nature not In tbe Just before getting,ready to Jump Into-'' .,

Four, Men Engage In Pistol'DUI! In a Bloody Battle With Strikers Occurs election three years ago when Btal- Ecclesiastical Court Will Meet to Prepare least Inclined to ."serious' thoughts. bed. Wilson with all tile solemnity of

Birmingham Saloon. In Passaic, N. J. naker was defeated by.. W. ,A. Wall, 'a Finding! . A revival of religion; of more' than an elder turned to his friend with the

As the result of a general shootIng In a battle' between riotous Italian brother!' ot the slayer.DRESSMAKERS It Is understood that the ecclesiastical usual Interest was la progress, and question: "Brickett. didn't I make' a ,.;

r ', affair Friday night In a saloon strikers and the police In Passaic, N.J. ., court 'of the Protestant Episcopal many,of the.students\ were drawn. Into, darned good prayer.TOF ,
In Birmingham Ala, loomas Hewlett church which tried Dr. Crap- -

,.., -Is dead, John Shugart Is' expected 'to ., .Saturday four of the rioters were ON WAR PATH. soy;: for heresy, will meet once more I' .pL"Y"I I '' 73ACHELOR'. DILL ;:.

die and 'Frank Leo is shot throughthe shot and a number of the policemen Will Withdraw Their Trade from Atlanta for consultation"'with :Judge Moore of '

head and Leonard Potts is shot Injured. One, of the men shot may Retail" Merchants,: Batavia, N: Y., where the Endings-wU1' I 1 An'"'.n 'It. U a pirate ...''lie makes -

through tho enkle. 'die. -.Thirty-two men weremade' prisoners Because the dry gooda:, merchantsof be prepared for presentation to Bishop "At, we chlnnern are In a shipwreck an' th'. crew'WI>,

The fatal shooting was 'done by by the pqllce. Atlanta have recently '=cut off the, Walker., It Is. though that the caat awry :
Harry Haynes, who claims that. Hewlett The'riot took about buildIng .' wiU meet about Way'13;,as U Upon a dart. Island Ware his,tiwhsiie'le ',
place the discount of 6 pr cent formerly given court cheat. hid .--' j. ,
first opened fire on hlm-and that of the .lally Herald which la being to dressmakers of the city on goods goes ont of existence :May IS and as .An, w. are only ....Slora- an' hi- *, 'namaCaptain Ili.

vShugart Immediately took up Hew constructed and1 where a strike1 purchased for their customers, the It win take'' about fifteen' days to' :! ,An' w'en w* bear him eomln be 'let __
Jett's Jlght: 'and that he' had to shoot an 'en w* run. .'
of diggers and shovel men was begun transcribe the minute of the trial J
dressmakers have decided to cutout ,
: Cua lie has broomsticks tor a,f word
them bout l The otier'two' men were a few days ago. the Atlanta merchants. .which 'Include about 90,000,:words. poker. *' for a eItn. -, r :.
: ;: :; '
bystanders. .AD' .. WUe he kflla us an bat. It -
; =. _I o hurt an' Wen THe 'I<;
,.11.- -- J "* : FIOHTE , T' sail In bla.bla" ship'....."
(- EXCEPTIONS i J.'BlCl. "AlNFINISHED"J/ I .: / ;OBEYORDER-OR ON TRAIL" OF OIL'RUST.Pteii4ent' .. .', MAX' BOWDRE ASSASSINATED.. to" life yarn" .F 29,
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*' '- i 4 ,Great. Britain Throws Down Gauntlet Ioosevelt Haw Resolved. to W.UrKYown Memphis! t CltlteruShot. t-# m'I 'mart..te him on .h'our. head.mother. cones'aa>S *.
,Con.eqwantly.'Greene arid"Gaynir.. : Get to Sultan of Turkey. 4A' ,...,.*' -' *' ". fif :Aa says its time for ears' aa*
a. Lortger, Stay In Macon. ,G o Aft.? StandardPeople I [Death front.Ambush s.," ; a.' .thins*,fo,b.'in' bed w
London special says: Great Britaln -, *- ,
An lead chlnnern aU ajpatairs
At .b acoit'G/4 Friday,'Judga Emory 'has"' delivered; anl 'ultimatum vtq ,.., he Astajcmint "* 1authoi taUYel7- ( Major, F1.i I B wdre,.a pr mlnenltton maybe tf w* ....p .,

Speer signed.another 'order'.extending the sultan-through theBritish ambas- i bJ.d.t thi. /epartmentA| >f jmtlceswill ''f> 'factor and.director of the CominerclalnA ; flight we"nun co ahe'U to aleep.let Ut' -camna.burn. -- - '

eie' Urns of transfer to the Atlanta "saJor at Constantinople which Is ba.llenred Immediately bogln.'an'lnvestlgarthe peai"S of ItemfMs siTenn- En after w.n. our uncle BUI: ,eoa.eA t

'. .. fujernl.ipriscn' of preen. and' ,pay nor ;to be ;tJ:1"1a.\OU: < tci.T rke7. Uoaa>. 'relations of tie so-called,,,' .-R.I..b.otfrom.., nmbusta' and Jnstantlj a' wayen 1ww soodnlsAt.bla ee g.4r,{ '"Mttae wr',:;lr." ,.'.,., ,

a- > gif Inr'counsel tmtil' Mar'31' \0' com regarding her refusal to' withdrawTurkUhj.troop :, whether, \dZ\e4 t qy tlAultktcpwtt p'ptty :'l;:ueeday'rJ : : '.an'tudFed.. ; to aeAar '
-11th vieewsotadeteernilalsg, Ms .see .
F ,plate, \Uie workpn.jhe.bifof, :;:exceptlons. -. ,: >trom' ,French aa' ,ht while"walking,towards home eyes ,'ta* bhiritfSSUe.r1! .*"w+ ,

"' Is,stlU' under' way. In Savannah. and Russian .Interests are ,with ,Great there have been violations of the antt- N ') otlT"J* kno'A which could bays I .t ?' '
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"TKis1miGValicuGaietteTilLSPNONE. : ; date l clique III 1 one of those tan
? talising thing that all honorable men

are compel Jed to submlVK' when they
N0.11 seek to become public officials, but if
,y t7.LI..D.".... ,.IDA,; the people who are endeavoring.. to defeat '
..srN' I.1L1iy ,U"r.t'Ue "nJlu'nlt. him will treat blm as fair an he

",t' iOIb.11LM1M. .. $" : . will, treat his opH| neni.. ties will Iramediately Su'mnier'Goo'ds
apuloulxa to the public fin'
1)-." ;.. NARR13POltor ae4 Froorlewr.J' ; .
; the mouuiiiehtul' fubrloitl( m ""litbroa.dcalt" I
r!, this State for this
!eeb.ertban .\\t1 111.... aouy III. eaal/ defeatlcTT"on* of I
apeclflo > e of
;_7 fan to pt the Vawt ...aalaMV.Ail purK .
the most able "fna .In Florida for the
I eo_manlo.U..n.. ......,.. from our a..tI..r. position he seeks ,, ==- I
fated eorreepuuds.u- . wort be Mguwl. bl the N I

writer.Ro-J..4 om'twr "IU not b. ret"1'nt'd nfllrwtr ANNOUNCEMENTS.To .
'_lIed for. .
auter.d.attb. Poeeotw tn It............ P... II'' the Voters of -'Ouceola County.: O .\,
to uscoud-class mall ......r. _.. '
+-- candidate for Kepre.eentallve : . g. .
--SUBICR I I Hereby announce rnrenlf a . ..
PTI N RAUl. from thie county, aut>- '. "" -
in the letrinlature .
'Ooeeopyone7ear. ..:.. :.. .. ..nrildeOn Jectto the "approachingDwnocratle primaries,. RefrigeratorsFreezers. . : ; .1 .. 7- : : ., :', ,: :
..opy.sls in 1oluh.... . ...t..spA.. .; .M and ark the support of the clti.en.of the county. < : '. f." ."t-r:-. "I'; ';J"f: " ',;a..r. ., ::q".. .,,: :. ... .' .,', "-):..;, ., :. 1
t O.eoop7tbr..unonths....., .. .... . ::uiI" My duties will not permit an active eampaiirn, and '''j: '' 'i' ' "" .
'i th..hort._of time before the election will prevent ' : .... .
.h. me from eeelnir all the people personally; I i :. : 'i.' : : ; .
Friday Msq 1908. feel deepfcuirratef ulfor the auurancea of support :,
I .hava-renved. .nd trust that you will feel that Iam '

...: worthy. to be honorvd* with then i O.1"0"-Bit I' AN.,* . -. . . ,
The: Florida State Press A..*ocla' -
r tloo will meet' In annual session at For
Ocala un Way 2!>ih, 30ih and 31st. KepresentntiverI ,
hereby announce myself aa a _ndlda.. for ; I:1''I': -
nomlnalloA for IteprenenUtlv\o\ the leg telature Coolersi ire i- !; .
Next Tuesday i> the day for the prl from Oncaola county .uhj..", to th* artlon ofthy .. :'.n:' .: ; J ,
mary election and It !I. she duty ot a1U approachlnit Democratic primary. If elected 1 ; .
'I. ;
Rood citizens to oru to the poll on plBdiwmyJjeatBlTorUlnbohalf! of the people othla II .;,. i0' ,', ,

test day and cast their. ballots fits the I county Arthur E. Done..... 'i' .... T" STANFORD
men who in their 'judgment; will' disksshe 1 "
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beat officials, regardless of. f ollonal - For Tai''olloctor. '. '\", /J..,,\ ;','.,,, ", ,.. '" "

rt affiliation To the votcn of Oarcola county) CanopiesHammocks. ..', ,( ';'\ ":'" '. J. ; '. \, '
I am a candidate fur the nflic of Tax Collector- I k'
: .
I Heaven grant ihat.Ve may not haveto .respectfully ollclt your aupputt; In tho appruachlnv ,R 1 \ ;/,: .. ./ .. i CARSON ; ,' ,

fight the civil war'over again by prlmaric__ C I* Bandy. I'' : .
"word of mouth" because Tow Sherman :: I : I
insisted ons'Marchlntf through For County Treasurer. "t" '
Georgia" with clattering .cavalrV at To the YO""r '''of Oacenla,county" : "
') candidate for -
1 hereby announce myself a reeleettorrto '
bU heel along the track .of devastation the oflic*of County Treaiiurer, subject \
made by his father; old Tecumi lo the action of the Dwnocnitio primaries.J. ; . GRAVES ..
.The young man could walk or ride K.GilbrtSr.. .

- that route-with perfect stiffly aU) alone, . For County Commissioner. .. ...
fully, disclose his' Identity and .gel '" B'aseball'Goods'
hospitable ttbelu-r' ev ry night in a.Georgla. hereby announce from the myself Third District, *- be voted.. .
', farmer' home; but to gc for at the primary:: .
with the "pomp and circumstance of ____ J. 8. Stratton. HARDWARE COMPANY.C. ,

war" and widely advertise the trip -For County Com.miasloner. .
,at a spectacular event could njt fail myself candidate for
I hert'by announce a .
lt' to be olfenahe-Iodecelltl offensive. County' Commuubiner for district No. 1. subject to .
-:Live Oak Democrat. the Oemocratlo. primary to be hold May BAM 16th.WALTER Sa. Baby Carriages -

The Criminal and His Abuse. For'Tax Collector

'1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the
"When It I* a choice between the office of Tax GolUictorof Onceola county, subject ie
S 'criminal and publlo safety we believe to the action of the Demon a tic primary to be held 1- '.

,I, pie sane, well| balanced Citizen will May 16" H. N. BRATTON. BIG LINE
take the aide of public safety, even .
Tax Assessor.
.though. the criminal be 'compelled to For.
y serve out his Sentence to the lain mo. Thanklnv the people for put favora I hereby
y mvnelf a candidate for re-election to w
,went of Lime. The que.tluD'of public theoftlre announce. of Tax ... ,:.of OMOKola county; aubjuct .
'fit safety I I. greater than that of leniencyto to the action of the Democratic Primary. 1 Ifelect :
Harness and Saddles
the criminal. We do not take much.toe.1e *dIpledge. 'a faithfuldlMhMnniof mydutleatu .
the people J. L. OvaaTRgar.For
i' : in prolonged trials technical '
r .filibustering, light &ent ncei, easy par. County Commissioner
don or mushy aentlment. We believe At the*olicitation; of my many friends, I hereby
this I I. pur waste so far a* the announce myself a candidate for the office of
criminal 1* concerned. Bounty[ Commliwlonctr from District No. S, and: ao- --;' .----z. ". .. .. ... .
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I But when Ills "a choice between a licit the of th Democratic W. voters A. THpMAS.hor of OBoeola __n__. _______
mallreated ori'mii 1-tind an abusive -- ._ .

criminal driver weanheUatlngly take County Commissioner' +++++++++++F+++++++++++++I h1tiWNM __N N'N NN KNVN'N
the side of the abused criminal because I am a candidate the office of County Com- '
although a criminal if abuHt''".e. mlraloner from UUtrtct No. 4. and would reepeef\ + '
Fully solicit the support of the Democratic vutora f A. CARSON! N. C. BRYAN, Secretary '
more consideration than of the Bounty at the. Y '. The Home .
the brute who abuses him whatever -p"'hIW.p it.:'"or t .1.1I T sx E

his color-in'fact, In such cale. '&0' Commissioner.To PEARS
cording! to our code .of. ethic the
whiter the skin of.tuch ...tyrant the the Voter of Oaeeobi County: II
At the solicitation of my friends 1 hereby announce Waters & Carson
blacker the offen* myself a candidate for the office\ of County I RestaurantTHOROUGHLY i Grocery Co.Wholesale
So tbat It the grand Jury called by 3ommlaaloner for the Fifth District subject", to th.DomocraUo I 01iFFt .
.Judge Jones ends the report of the primary to be held on May 16th. 11106.
I pled. *myaelf to administer the duties of said ) --- --- ) sad Detail 0..1..1. aI
abuses In a certain turpentlnacamp; to office In a fair and Impartial manner to des beet of y
.b. correct. we ever". right my abllty. Reapect/ully. i RENOYATE&. I Ii' f
minded citizen will believe, that summary .. 3. H. WALKER jj GROCERIES

} punishment ought to be. visited, NEW MANAGEMENT.i.We
i iIl
Upon whoever guilty4/ For Uouitty Commissioner.' .

than believe tbat Ifti'tbFse I hereby announce my candidacy for the officeof .
fact were known to the press. of County Commissioner tojfepreeent District; No j COUNTY' AGENTS FOIt' -
I Florida there would be each an u-i- I respectfully solicit the support of the Dena'eratlc
j ,. :rUln/r/ that the system itself would bee voter of 0county.. . serve. th'e. best m ; .-
*"'corrected n* speedily. a* the law couldcorrect ', ', ,..- JNO. R. BRONSON. Dont be Cross Il Clean'cornfprta.blebeda: ]!, ,:,;\'01''" i j-}?f, ';"A. I Celebrated. :Fertilizers t .CRATES

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For'Coutity; -
'A. understand the law criminal ; Commissioner, If "i."E, )eeantsefviceS'cafe I { j I ilGjnAlN; E T'C.
a 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for County cooking you get:, .<1 1. "' ,-;... J :Ja--aw- ., ," .' ... ... .
may be sentenced. to do nervloe lo Commuuuoner for DUt. No.. aubject to the actionof attentiori I ia''' eiten toal .. ; I l ,r-r', Circulars aad Prices _ ,_
toe county where tbe. offense is cornet the Democratic primary. If elected I pledge, poor results. It'niny : ,. F.....fc.4 .. Apllcatlo.. w
miLled and the case tried but It I* a faithful. performance. of the duties. of the dace ".Tie ideal l home for travelera . 1i '

-vdolngviolence to the law to send "him W. H. MANN. not be your fault, bin. and tourists. Reason' i I j ,*
lace out side of 'be .
to any For Scttool Board.i .
'ooupty to work out a sentence for anything the fault of the fllgr able rates* Come'and ; HIDES _FURS WOOL I
lea than offence: hreby annevnea""' self a candidate for Menv + ;
/ penitentiary beret the Board from .
School District No. t aub- Inyesti ate.
These Ouval county prisoners should jest to the action of Democratic primary. dlents you have us d. ;
t ,be kept at home. Tbulle young mer W. W. CHANDLKR.For I. __ : 6oup.try = !
. :Produce: 'o. I -
-. --- r --=:t=:==----- Specialty ,
r' who were arrested at Klasimmee for County BUY YOURGROCERIES := == = := -:- - I"I"I. f'
riding a freight train and sold out to ,
W. H. SMITH Proprietor. ; :i .
the same turpentlne"-camp ought to I.hereby announce myself a candidate for i : ---- -- --"' -- .1ft
have served their sentence out In County Commu.ner from District No. 2. and repectf .
01 and will find +++++++++++ + ... -----..
+ + +
:r. Oeoeola county.' If each county were .voters ully of th solicit*_the".* support. of the Democratic us you + ++++++ + +- ----- - -- .-

y. to do a* Orange provide suitable C. $. AGREE. everything absolutely ATLANTIC COAST LINE Sa
In cleanly for their SHOP.WILL
? pi toes camps convlcts. BARBER
Mr .and put .them to building road For Member of School Board.To fresh, pure: and "satin, CITY .
uDder the supervision of their own the voter of Oaoeola enuntylItiereby THE THROUGH
.county officials, these atrocious abuses her of the Board announce of Public myself Instruction a candidate for for Di.trict Mem- i factory. In the end . .. Bartxr.Now FROM FLORIDA. ,4:

+ of convict' would not occur. Those No. *. and If elected 1 pledge a faithful and 1m'partlal.Jmln..tton it is cheaper to buy .
.counties' which care for their ownought of the dutlea of paid office. . Open .Business
to put the bar up against the WAUjEY SIMMONS,; really good Groceries. ._ ,- .. OONNHOTION>3. I
in Patrick's Old Stand. --- ---
: admission of convict from those ----
'counties thai are unwilling to keep For. Supervisor' ReKistration.Thla To East I Over its own Rails to Savannah Charleston, 4
them at borne. At any rate, la the la to Inform !the votera of OaoeoUi county ..HOGAN SL FLOYD.. NEW CIIAin, the I Richmond and.: Washington, thence Via- Penn-1 .

'}! Interest of common humanity the evil, of that Retruitratlon I am a candidate respectfully for the office solicit of Supervuior the aup ,. NEW nAZonsNEW I. ALL RAIL' sylvania Railway. :.
should cea.rlaodo' Reporter. of th Democratvoten! the '
port at approaching To"the
Star.. ., .' prl.nuf." >:'-A. LANCASTER--- EVERYTHING -"W', ( Montgomery) and Louisville i l Si Nashville

Workingwomen and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta.
,- For :
Mr. Appleyard and the -
Corporations. Via Savannah & Ocean
.Satisfaction Guaranteed. To Steamship' Company, for
.{From p.. Tamra Trlpune, Arr1125.) s .. .. East New York Philadelphia and Boston, via Norfolk

a The imbecllty and dense !ignorance Railroad Commissioner OP NO F"AV.OJQCOCOOOCQOC:" the Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore',.,

A displayed by one or more south Florida who, "lue their via Savannah and- Mnrchan: and Miner Transpor- 'c
regardtnir the candidacy olMr. health ) Via Steamship taboo Co., for, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
paper ) oooc:SOcfOcg' -. ..
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T. J. Applejard. of Lake V should isle --
r West andHavana.
t for railroad commissioner, It so absurd Key. I Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship

c that'thinking people do not con. IiI 11t Haggard's Specific g' ,W.LVanDuzor&Co.BROKERS. o Company. .
eider U a minute, consequently {little
r Tablets Ro..'"nf th' a.I..brawd traln N.w York A Florida epeolal Florida and Woat .
.; attention should be paid to it. But : Ii: o=-== Limited Chicago! Florida Llmite9, and Dixie Fly., Inlsa
for fear a few '-voter who are notposted |.K. old reliaUe cure for ConiripaliaavlB.dtgotion I 'f

f relative. to State politic may Nerroto Debility. Kidney andBladdefTioubUi Quickest Schedules Superior Services
take the matter"seriously 1* the cause. and all kindred di_. :'
of this article' (fail build. the 'health stdstrength. -.
_t t They never U- up for Info.ditlon astoratei. rchedulea,eVveoniult'be Purple Fhlderyorrommunieatewna. )
The opposition to Mr. A Appleyard ii For Files, Irregular Of Sup. REAL ESTATEAND J. G. KlaKLAND. Division Arant, r.rapa. Fla
l' Industriously circulating circular po-ect Mcnetnuboa. Leuc nhoea. W. J, CKAKi faweurer Traffic Maua M Wllmlavton. X. O.
i, throughout the'State wherein the Lake Haggard's Suppoertooet should "beiucd INSURANCEFOR .. : .
City, editor 1* characterized! a* loa T. J. APPLEY ARtSee ) -' 'cd iKclioa with. lh.. Ubkto. Send tar .

corporation"" candidate. The Tribune book of' palticulan. Druf!! ota sell them'

has been a reader of Mr. 'APPleyard's ",- lit 50. per box or they,will be and prepaid . W. MAKIWN COMPANY
I : paper for a number' of "year that' :yoa mark yeas Uclcet spat teceipt. of poc.. . .'AdamsHagganl I

and (It has never espoused the cause ofthe Ilk* thIaa' S Co. AtlaoU. c.. " SALE
corporation against the people. !
In fact. Mr ADplevard's whole career For Railroad CommlastoacfwT AOENTS'FORFlorida

'and a* a those Journalist who have 1* like watched*n open'his'course book, ** for two HARRIS' SANATORIUM. .Truokl ltr.l!>L8, . .. v' . .. :$26.00 each .1

4 bare always placed him on the aide of, X T '). Ai'EYA1tb. DR. R. L. HARRIS.StlROEsiY. . 2' 12 stores with email house . 1175.00 Fertilizer Manufacturing Company .:
N .the people against corporate Influence I AND OBNBRAL MBJDICINES-- ,
'* : '''and,power aDd the unjust auaokmade Orson Bonn., to 1,a to C.OR Cottage Sj-ogma and hall .9350.00. .

t1 upon blm by a few ,personal enemies . O. D. CHRIST.BYB. . 2 orange.K1'OYea. and bOu,...,..(2200.00 1 OF. OAINK9VILLB. FLA .
and political opponent will prove to .. BAR. H09B AMD-THROAT,
be the greatest. boomerang than has Offloe Hours,I::M to I,S to*. J.M.WILLSON.JR.Always of Grade
Makers High Fertilizers
been sprung 10 this campaign./ ORLANDO.v FLORIDA. n--
0Mmbllrg ___ 'I w
t'r".ry Mr.'Apple'and" Is not what a few Stop r *

;'. lj people would like him to be ID order It. Oll' suffer from ., of ,
Rheumatism orpain A1I..Klu1s.! ,
fey hold'aa' oftIce'' In this Stair. tie *, for Dallard' Snow Liniment Re ,eer the hill Name .
baa never bo accused of being a will brlogqulok mile It La : V f
i' 1t Populist or Socialist, but be I. and for lure Tree Fertilizers Specialty.
our Sprain, Rheumailm. Con- Orange a
t' ,bus always been a conservative*. I treated Mucle and ail pain.--and laxative Rromo QuinineBl . .
_:i' nest, and a good oo at ,lob&&.' II within the reach of'all. Prh.e 25o' ; a
.every' aspirant for public offlc' was a* 50c. 100. 'C. R. .'
... Smith Tenaha, Tex; '
oolMCle+ fesrless.poyal able.sod write. : Ibavaiised Ballard' Snow, *sf. Job Work; Neatly and Promptly 'Executed itt-TUsi: Off!' '
trve ...Mr..Appleard. ibis campaign .liniment In my family ears "'and Cores Cold in One DajCriinTWO. ;, ; 1.

- would bit) composed of the mot. bon- rave found It a 'floe remedy for all 8 .
.-.ble > of candidate that has aver .alas sod ache., I recommend It' for _- .,- -. ,MJ 1"'\

u poblto' oOecvY: t't. sins i Mo the chest...' Sold bRober. I' They'aro good" for'borne us*,,wbt*|, 'If you '..DUO keep'posted. OQ"JOo.r., ',j'

.., ol,,litatjM->. a. ,oau I II heel ._PP'. Pharmacy' '. I .tIJ. 4' . ..!' ti.7its' Old newspaper!1.; %', sad general. new,,_read Ue Oaaette.\t.; fr1. -;'.':..
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,Kissimmee Valley Gazette, May 11, 1906.
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: ...........,............ .....I his new mansion on 'Broadway. extension. , I I Official Call. W L Moeley.G '
C JBronaon.WW .
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| With Neighbors Whittier. i Mr.MoClelland is building. new - .", (...,.. clerk, ,.. rNo

'. , store near the Intersection of London For t,.tnocratia Primaries _to 'Be ,, ..-C T Slni etarr . .. '#
Reported Each Week by 0. I. C. ,
W. Terrace and Broadway proper. The .' A J Strickland. .;j. .
.. Held In ,
i ceola\CoMnty, Fla.. 11.10.
i .1Rik..tR'. kil+'IktRikik'F1FiF: "iklhtMk..1M1 A. Drawdv falf pen gap is .on Palmetto ,. ". H E ........ ', .
avenue, with a cow outlet on Unicorn "t .. ?f c C V Prevatt, cleric.No. ?'i
I have frequently heard after the street. Texas\'tDUa has only been -'A a ee Christmas.. holiday had pasted the completed a*' far as Mr. Joe Wil was held at Klaalmmee." Fla. .. '.., t
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Inquiry: ,Weill! what Tor a,time have liams'! pasture fence!, and we may opena on the flat day of March fins, pursuant to: adlonrnment. JI,G Thomas, *':_' ,: !f.? .
you had and the almost universal reply -' ,hog pen gap on Twenty-ninth street. \1 J L 0-.. clerk;:' ," n'
If dull dull and from presentappearance To be continued. O.; I. C,' *
The following call for a primary" election was ,Mo. f-Yulee" Raulenon.. :1.
If the question! should be adopted, >>-It '" '
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asked us after the' operations ,of this The Boy Who': Works.Do .- Notice 1 If. hereby siren that there will be a Demoeratk ;lV Quinn Tracy.u... V. ," ( _
campaign la ended.',Well! what kind .
primary election held la the sever.. election
of did candidates feel fellow that% you D J Sumner clerk., : .? :
a time the !give yon you young diatrlcU of Oeeeola county Florida' on May 16. t ,. :
the answer to the query 'would be, have. a hardtime" Your hours are 1908.and If naeeeeary on June 12. 19M.. for 'thenomination' )No.A Baee. ..;" t
dull, dull, dull, dull. Mr. Bratton long.' Your task is bard and your of all Democratic candidate, atateandcounty IIHarnr. I''
did venture to cross our sacred pre wages' small. The contents -of your to be voted for by the Democratic elector T..u..TlndalL .. ,,, '
o clnct but It was with such. a gentle catlike weekly pay envelope will scarcely carry at the general election to be held' November 8th, R A Bartow. Heels. '

move that the majority of our you over the week. Sometimes you IMA, and to be appointed by,the Democratic 'ror- .No. ;-0.11 Bubbard.', ; .;'.1) '. ,: I
2, people did not know be, was among us must wear patched trousers a Frank'
srsmre of the sate between. the date.of holding; Walker, ,. ?.
until U was too late to express an ed coat. Your' empldyer'' 11'-1 such primary election and the holding. of the primary R H Alderman .'''.-,1 '''.'<;. i ...
opinion as to his merits .-- great deal front''you..Otber election A. D. -. WW Chandler, clerk, '.,
One-evening lust week while we were dress well and have plenty of The following ofnoen are "to be nominated at l .. . I INO
dl .awaiting the arrival of the mall two They have coddling fathers'and. said primary-election to-witi 8-M\: D TindaU, ., : "
-. individuals, who somewhat resembled mothers while you toll six days a 1 Representative; In Congrea second congr*"*. J E E..n'". ,
what. we considered a candidate should week to make a living. onal district Oliver u...' k kF \
how for, were seen approaching the Never mind young roan- you are S Railroad Commlaaloner. .. W Hill clerk; v
post office In a baggy driving just ahead. of the boy who has every luxur t ,u.U..* of the Supreme Court. T. M.-MURPHY, Chairman.
/ ; such a horse as a majority of the at borne. You are getting experience 1 Member of the House of Representative: ,' T. W, ELLIS. Clerk. '
candidates drive, we deployed as that be must get somehowlater 1 County Aaaeaaor,of Taxaa. $} ., ,
skirmishers preparing to give thorn. on.Because:: sooner or latter, 1 1 Tax Collector. ,
.warm reception! when a closer Inspection he must -flght j the real! battle of fife) 1 County Treaaurer. y t; ''I Has Stood, the" lest' 28',Years. : _

revealed- fact that. it was ,our himself And you have the advantage (County Commhurioner: *.. "I I The old,'.original Grove's'T' csteiess'Chill '
esteemed road overseer accompanied I While life bas 'been made easy for him' S Member of.County Board of Public. Inatruc- Tonic You know what you are '
by a lawyer on their way. to Bailuger be lacks drill ,and discipline which ; tion. taking. It is iron ahd qulnlue in a \ ..:
to look: after some road business I every life-soldier must go through. 1 Supervisor of Registration; 'o i I tasteless form. No.cure, no,pa*,., fiOq'
C'apt.; Bell and Mr. Oliver spent You are preparing yourself. He may 1 Diet '. :
eight with Joe Williams and the next I go In without preparation and fail. 1 IMembaaof,the Oeoeola County .Democratic I., '
morning went on their way" Work Is a great blessing. You Executive cVmmlttee for precinct No. 1.1.and". : Cheap Trip tojlavana.
r there was nothing .of. a political visit. cannot see now, but some day you ; I ,Justice of the Peace...efl Constable In such I ,
in the abort call. will say that you were fortunate In districts a* have vaeandea From May 15th to 31st, tickets will ..
Our young warriors have.cast aside your boyhood days because you were 1 County Surveyor.The ba sold from Tampa proper to Havana ;-
6 ,the old iiat and stigmatize the present compelled to work. Because you cannot rule governing said primary. election hal| and return, good for first-class passage '
MS a pauper campaign! not..' worthy of get Jlwerto'do things save 'by be the sass as those adopted by the Democratic: meal and berth on ship, transferat
recognition., doing them: Look over the successful Executive Committee at their meeting .held. InJacV.onrUleonFeb.M.190S.for Havana etc., at (25.10 good to return , \

We ascribe to our 'friend Arch theprivilege men you know. Get'their 'history.Nearly goveralng sate on any of the three ship ... week:
S everyone wa :compelled to primaries,, ao far a* the same shall be applicable to up to and Including the'sutling from "
4 of controlling the ring work: in boyhood They toughened the county primary.. Those and only those pereons Uavana, Tuesday, May-3Ut.,,"
t.r partment, his jewelry case has so their muscles by hard work: and sharp shall be permitted to become candidate before t- On Thursday, May 17th, P. M. .iolly,, '
these circlet. within
of glittering -
many ened their brains by looking'out, for or vote at participate In the
..... its boundaries that be' is rigidly managementof travelingpsasengeragentof the P. &O. f,
" themselves. .
aald primary election who declare their adherence will leave Tampa with a personally '
opposed to any anti-ring- movement Work makes 'men Luok'I.U)' to the principle and organisation of the conducted excursion to witness tho re-
'I in the county. falls. 'Pluck nearly always win.,. To Democratic Party. Mate and -...tT.h Inauguration of Tomas Enrada .\
1 TheAlemocratlo rooster (ts about"Ita succeed In anything one must overcome arc by the law of the sate lawful elector of the Palms as President of Cuba, which

; "asBumevtbe offensive, one of bit tall ; obstacles. Force and fibre' are electlon-dli" rlcU In which they offer to vote, who will take place at noon Sunday, May .;;.;-I
feathers represent. .the miich. talked' of : built by hardships' Grit Is as neces.sary hare paid their poll taxe* legally doe not lee than 20th. The excursionists will spend an, ";
.g, red flag and his shrill and defiant ,In the making of a man as gun! >.... ten day before said primary election, and who afternoon and evening in Key \-West .-
voice U an augur of ill omen to those tlon. Hardships-are, always, handicaps ; ,hall whcn-thallenged by; an; elector pledge lawriting and arrive Havana at 0:30 In the : .
who would venture to treat wl..b. dis- pften they are .belpsw You oath, before j
upon an Inspector, to, abide morn lop of May" 19th. Saturday, ., ,
f resoecti will understand'thit better In JJO years. by and support the result of .u..h. primary. and Sunday, Monday: and half Tuesday ; ,,*
It is excess!velv dry la this sect i oil Meantime permit-one who1', has livedthat Support the nominee thereof. : ,'wi be.spent in sight-seeing" the -, 'J
-', and crops stand sadly in need of rain SO years and more to.advise. you' The poll.. shell be; opened and cloeed lilt the':M". t historic and intensely lnir*.ilog'old; ' ';
:' ,'t lor. the thermometer being close to the 90! Id this-.:"Valdona. :i'tpies. : ? oral election districts *\ the. hour fixed, by';the city of 11J.;! !, under '
." "}''Wdeg: ; mark. ; But,, as the saying la,' L I general election law. r ''* .. !Ithe..6Id.nceof Mr.oJolly -w bo wlll'f j .. ..(,
i'"" 't "it's an 111: wind thatblow* nobody ? I The voting hall be by ballot on ticket furnish-',pet many concessions and make the ,
, .' good"-the mosquitoeshave appar GiftsDidls ed by the sate and county executive commltteor.; 'Havana 'expenses of the trip very .... "
",,:'d"' entl1r0lle elsewhere for1' theif drinking / \ft* and at the close' of such election the Inspector and cheap )Paime-ngers" can return ,/on :.
; supplies, so we. nave, been.trou- and: Clerk shall proceed to canvas the vote In >acfordanee Tuesday and arrive in Tampa'' Wednesday : -,
.bled with them but very little)Jately* 10 chatting away on the'corner? with the sate law. and shall at once forwardthe afternoon,' May 23d, but those,, ..

, .Mrs.. Turablln ,visited, .:.1111I Beulah asks the; Fultou Telegraphfhe, ., return to.the. chairman of. the county' executive desiring to do so canJ.IO.. longer.,
last week and received hearty' congratulation next time you" Sit. near such a group committee, ,]; Further Information and steamship\
.,.' ? over her recent 'recovery.Mr. listen an,1 bear tf aboutr every tenth The a i imeVit to be paid. by the various s.ndldaw -lj reservation may be obtained F. M.
word isn't about what 'ho ,s .td.! If' shall be-a*.followvBeprmiitatio :- ,t . .. Jolly T. P A., P. & O.. 8. 8.., Ci ...., ,
left, .
WUHams Saturday even U Is, '.you have found some:.-raore .of ..* m ,.?....$ -/.?;.. . ....'. ....T.i,...$20.00 610 t'ranklin, Street, Tampa. Flat '
ing .for. Kissimmee, accompanied ,.by the 'ha said 11'11'and they are not the Tax ; . :. .. : . k.
AaeeeDr..M'v, K.. MOOTax I i .. . .,.
his eldest daughter. nicest little girls in ''the world. The Collector;.<..r...: '.. . . . :. .. ., 10,00 '
'As s proof thatJt. pays to' advertise 'he aid' Bli'ls likely to loiter County Treaaurer... ... .., : .. . . .. .... . . . . J&.00 Low Rates to 'Savannah; T. .P. A. Gar r .f.f fw
; O I. C. has been appointed assistant down after school too late to
,. town CountyConunlaaioner. .,,.-.... .. "' '' ."60 .. ..
;' . postmaster general 'of Whit- help their mothers with the afternoon Member Board Pnb. Instruction: . ...... .. ..,,t.60Juitioe i /la Week via A. C L
y 1 tier., Have not yet decided how to receive '" work.:. They: are-likely ro wear a little of Peace.. . ':.. ... .. .,. . .. .. ...g.,x> ; .
', '. those who were m/ friends previous better clothes.than their latber': caD Co..taw.-, ; . . . . . . ,. 1.00 1 On account of the ,above occasion .
!, ",.," .' 'to this appointment. The sal- affords so that the 'neighbors;,'wondervfhat
County Flah and Game Warden . ...1.00 the Atlantic Cout..1.JQ.k.wlll.lell tickets
...F.y' "that woes with this promotion their mothers can be.. thinking of. Supervisor of Registration,. . . . .. . . ....B.00 I to Savannah,' Oa. from all points on'
Ii).." .. ,makes le such a financial success that. The 'he said glrl often Lb1nle'mcre All candidate are required to file a written ap. I its. line in Georgia, Alabama and from
*" I feel .'much,' 1 expect.lke the, of this boys than their books, and often I '
very pHcatlon to have hI. name appear upon the official' points in Florida north ..f and includ- I
; mother did when she received ,news fall to get through school They" ; 'are balk on the blank urniaeed. by the committee, 'I inv Jacksonville Lake City Live Oak .
Ii; ;1/. from the army' that her boy had been I In for a good time and have nothing' accompanied with the fee above set forth, with T..I ard l.jver Junction;'on May 13th, 14th .'
i promoted. 'l'bl'.lI'o, d "womansaid In their heads but hair pins nd"wo- kfarphy.' chairman of the 'county democratic 15th. and from points south thereof, -
: : .'. that. her bo7'waa either a corporal or .steps.< ', cam "- on or before the 26th day of April. A. May 14th and 16th..1906, at r.toofonG, f
r?, a general, she didn't know which. f "Sometimes nature takes a'Klrl'out' D. 1906. fare plus 23 o-nts"-tor round trip:
//t' ct l Our beautiful Whittier s"amp'la, ''awilderness. of the 'he said'' family and makes .1 The Democratic" Executive Committee shall meet (minimum rate fifty ((50)oenls.) ) Final ,

;;J ;"'', .. It, ,If. Governor fine woman of her, but generallyshe on Monday.. May ... 1904. at the county court houaela limit of all tickets May 19. 190ttprior' .
1 Broward had slipped in here with his to parties and is developed
goes Kbelmmee J'1arld..act publicly canraa; returns to' midnight o/ which passengers: must' "
dredging, machinery and cleaned it before( her time, and either marries and declare what candidate are nominatedby reach Orginal starting point). For r
out. But the wptssay they told'' us and fades at 20 or bangs on after all a majority vote for each county office and In further information lee ',your\ ticket. .
what would happen when we, voted the other girls. are married :00',, and what.cake a.second primary will have to be held.T. agent. ." .
s Whittier. dr"" takes generation ,afer generation of I(.. MURPHY T.' C. White Division, Passenger"
Iris to be hoped' that -our honorable young boy to raise by hand and' become Attests Chairman, agent' ' .- '. .. .
judge will be a* conservative as Known as'grandma the crowd. W.;,J. 8. Carr. Sect.INSPECTORS. \ .
circumstances. willpossibly admit of nothing .o sweet as a simple, -'
t during the present. court.. Bo many frank,' open-hearted ;girl; But, the Low Rates. to ChattanoogaTtwu :
of our young, men have been called as boy-struck girls is an abomination. 'AND CLERKS.The and Return' ,

witnesses right. in the main crop working I The ,' whole matt' eltbel'r' rebtswith' the ', following la a Hit of the,inspectors and On- account'of the BouthernlBaptiat .eonyt.nt on' -
,". period that we greatly fear evil results ; mother. .She caD bring'fup'be A clerk* for the primary election to be 'held on the ,.the Atlantic Gout Line Railroad wC 'ell ticketsto
rom not working said crops : said' girl' or. she can'have.a' 16th day of May, A. D. 1908. and td act In the see- Chattanooga and return at one fare plum U ,, ,

,., Michigan millionaires continue to daughter! to be proud of..I'-Ex. ., ond primary June Uth., A. D.. 190*.tf such primary.. cent, for the round trip. '.Ticket on sale May
come and go, each one'' bringing afresh Cure" a Cold la One DayTake {- Ie holds .,..1' stir. Hh and loth with final limit tea day from ,
mouth railroad. If all promises To I No. l-rlra Weatherbe date of sale,' rlnal limit to June Mb can be had j:.
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made are fulfilled,'palace cars instead Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ' O W AehI -. by depositing ticket and paying fee of M cents ,
of top buggies will be our ; druggists refund the money W Sejrmoor.v For further Information apply to ticket arettt '
a.. .' method of locomotion.. > if it fails to cure; .Eo, W. Grove's) signature . CEYowell.clNat or' write, ,,1. Q. KIRKLAND {

Mr. Aroh Bass.!Is slowly. completing. is on. each box... .?5c. tf I,-, IIJ Steffie Jr.. > Division Paaetnger Agent Tampa. Fla.?; .

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Commencing Monday, May '

r Having several Stores in the{ State We' are compelled to ._ .
large quantities to supply the big demand hence we get the -
'market affords. :We desire. t.p show our goo 1 will by offering -
pie of Osceola County a Special 'Reduction Sale of our entire
sale will commence Monday. May 14th, at. 8 a. m., and will -
through May until the first of'June., W e have t tcojnany,.goods ,
... as it getting rather late' in, the.season-we would rather. 'sell. .
cost price than. to have.them carried over. "Our Stock, '

Dry Goods, Clothing,"_ Shoes,. Hats, Skirts, !aists. ,, ,
:. ,. ," :' and thousands of other numerous articles which It is.hardly; !, ...' ,' .''. :.
.?td'&to::, mention,-will. be displayed at our Store waiting for -you to examine..,i\Vet... J}. skY s
7 1<'11" |will'itilso'return. the faro for',the.rounderip to.., each'.; customer.*'i'fbr "ItJi "'
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Below We Quote Some of Oar Prices, :

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. 21 yds'Yellow. Homespun.l. 00 Men's $25.50. Shoes,now$2 49- ''-"'1)

Fruit of the,Loom, '10 yds to' each customer.\.... .. .. 89d 1 lot Men's Pants. regular. $4 and $'6,how to. go at 5- 10 '
Londsale Bleaching, regular price, -12 l-2c, now 8 3-4c 1.' ",' $5 to $5.60, now.,. .. .... 228Hot .>1:J!

White Persian Lawn 25c quality, to go at.........'..171-2 Men's$1O Suits to goat......*..-.,.... .. ......6'50 ... .. .
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Red Seal Gingham, regular 12 1quality:::: now 9 1-4c 1 ... $12 : B7S-. ':!

--..- Men's$2.OO Shoes, now. ..... .......,...."."...... ... I Z9 I'v $15 ,. '.. ., ...,.,'.......... .. .. ..1050.Of . ,!'
.Ladies' and Children's, Shoes we have a complete Stock,In'hand.. We have l lots of articles that it I is impossible w
for uS to mention their prices. A cordial invitation is extended call and inspect our beautiful line of goods : ::;..
which. 1s now exhibited at our store. "."
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Ail. Opportunity of a Lifetime. Don't Miss.. It.- It will' bea ;t'_':7',".

Money Saver to You. Come One, Come All! . .


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'TH6 K'ls' l.mm6c'Valicu Gazette' AH kinds of p1ct.ure'moulding. ,; at Lades white linen suit .at Kats.

"*" Thompson ,. Mew Una!moulding,* at 'Fountain's.

TELEPHONE,. NO.11. New Una'of straw bat ready for In- All kinds'of picture framed 'to order Line of SHIRTS it'Dan.ns.:! .

PUBLISHED EVERY KK1DAY petition at Kau at Tbompson's.Bu .

BY ,- Call and see our good and ask for i your dry goods at Daao'. new .
... stock to select from. ,
w. a AAPUI9. . price Kaoner & Co. ,
; 0 __ Nice line of picture moulding and ,
See my. line of samples ,before orderIng .* '
offiol. Weather Report.ii mats just arrived. +J W. Thompson.Yesterdav'was .
your two plena suite O. M. Pearce "
........ f ......,.....U.WI Y. *:m>iiBV ... ;; cold In'
TaoeeD.v\ .KI... JJ.i 10 JIIIJI. I guarantee very garment I sell "to The a day 60 ;. You are ; Invited
wentdywn to decrees.New
s.7u fit" and give satisfaction 0. M. mercury

Pearoe... ,, line of Washable Skirts and
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,' Dr.j D. M. Breaker left this morn. Slllt Waists 'lust arrived alKaoner& ' :
-- log for Chattanooga, Tenn.,, to visit Co.'a :3:11"afl "
rrl l. ......... 118 M'Saturday. Ms son. 0 Special bargain" to straw bat are- tp < : '
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Sandy ,, '..,..... .II'A.. fMI -We have a complete line of :shoes offered at "Dana's Ret, 'prices beforepurcha.lo& . t.
., Mond..w ..... III '1'0Tueod. ", . "
.'........... 111\;\ I 117 .2S for men, women and children. Kan Jmm-er ll' .
Ladles If reed.; nice ,
'''a4aeod.7... .. MIl Mc nor & Co. T - you : .
fl..J.. .. 7.. 80. M' shirtwaist, we have complete line. .
I have moved ray carpenter shop Kariner,and Co. i iSheriff 1 Inspect. ;f
"I' 'M1MPHON.. P, M'. to-the: Stanford Carson Graves Udw I ; ,
Wiggins 'of Bartow U In p
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On town today on business connected :
tee for insertion '
Wood for Sale. 'oii"wRDt
":: When ) a with his ollico.Attirnevs 'i
among the reading' line matter each In on load of good dry pine slo've wood call J..-H.. Jones, of Orlando, '
,this page I I" ten cents per up phone 74. Delivered anywhere\ In and N. P. Bryanpof .lacksoovill, were Agents for CleHtt's. .Coat Shirt.

,sertion. town on short lIo; lce.,H. W, fronnon here attending court Ibis week.
-. Dr..D M. Breaker, who has been Dr. Jno E.. EnDlt and Mr. J..' M. "
practicing his piof<>Hslon I at Carteri Dickinson of Narcoossee. were! tiansactirfg .
for the .everaf monthl., Is .
past spendIng
business In
town Wednesday
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LOCAL HELD.QOOGOC : several days here with his family WHERE'YOU ., : "
Mr. C. W. Ward Hold this week: to ..
Mr. R OVerstreet left last weektor'l'ennllle. '
Mr: Anton Mach his place at Wl-de-
Ala., where he will assist mete comprising 190."acres of land LIKE TO TRADE ALWAYS SUIT
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contracto 'rank Baas
some and containing a floe bearing grove. to
Orlando. tt railroad workIn which he 1 I. engagedat :.
Wade the Tuner ,
that place. Pumping outfits-gasolene motor,
tower and tank-even thing complete ,
1,008'collar at Kaqner & Co. Herbert
Mr. Speir returned from '
from $85 up. For tlU"therpal.tloul r.
Fewer'gallons longer Devoe Orlando whare he has been clerking see P.. U. White' Klsslwmee Fla. U. Sad
; wear ; Death. 'VVVVVV% VV VV
}'n a drug store, Tuesday He has resigned VVV4VVVV%
White Star'Laundry-CITY BAKERY. his position there and will re- Messrs. Osceola Johnston and Mice Lillie 1 Kochenderfer.. who, was
mall I at home. Cleve Outlaw; have erected a tent on llmmee'.
formerly one of Klt most
Next I Rule Day the vacant. lot. next to Thompson's" furniture fiiS
M.ooJay 'Mr. W. A. Kallenbcrger came down beautiful and popular young' ladles, :
tore and will
open up a photo but for the few had HH
See our line of new fiO cent whirls. atKaUs. from Ocala Saturday 'where be now gallery. whop past year
baa a fine position, to spend a few been a sufferer-from a serious mentalderangement
days here! with his, family returning Photographer T. II. Minx: ts erecting which necessitated her,
Try a shave or hair-cut at the new Wednesday'last. \> a sheet (iron studio- on the vacant confinement the Florida State Hospital
barber shop. : lot south of thePark_ Hotel and will for the Insane, died l suddenjy ''at i GOODS -
NOTICE(, -Notice 'is I hereby given!' be ready in a short time !to; say "look' that institution oo Monday last. t
Great bargains In willow chairs atThompson's. that all parties wUo: fall to have their Plea.ant. plea.*.. '' The remain were shipped here for .

cattle Inspected before driving them interment, arriving on the early ',train J
Mrs. 'M. J. Hancock of Botwick,
Mr. R. E. WI11U has moved hi. from Dlst. No. 4, will be handled ac 'la."' arrived toThomas visit her Wednesday mnrning and were taken. .
family here from Alger. 4u cording' law... Ell' Bass ,, Mrs Roma whom i ic.aulCbwr. In charge by Undertaker: 'Thompsonand ,- Dry Goods. Clothing,'Shoes anl'NotiOflI'J"' "''' r.s .
Inspector. we u> slate has been 111 conveyed to the residence of her
Suits made to mpal'lre. (10.40 up. regret -'quite
Mr. J. T. Seymour, representing the for the few+ mother. .
past days.Dr.
Call on O. M. Pearce. j EndloHB arid
Variety at
The funeral conducted Rev.
Mutual Life Insurance Company of was by Very
Mr. t,. O. Co'nTcTIn spent Sunday New York has been assisting local Henkel of WInter Park. and C. I and Monday In Tampa. agent Whldden In writing inouranoe lisa Ctllo Overstreet a popular nurse tn. Wednesday, and .was. attended by a t'rlce" ,. '
' II from Harris' Sanatorium to Mr. large number' friend and neighbors Low, :
for this
thatstrong tfbuipany week.-
Smoke Key West Havana, the .beat Lakeland News.! Wyetb to .Ktmosha, Wls. for treatment of the family after which the re-'. f.
60 Cigar on the market. of paralysis !Sunday.Mr. mains' were carried to Rosehill cemetery 1.tlH.

(500) worth of crocker \ for sale atcom. We regret to note that Mrs. O. II. and Mrs. J, C. Godbold came and there tenderly laid to rest. x
S. C. G. Udw, (.to. Morrison was confined to her room from Lakeland this morning 'to The history of this family for the
several days last week by bolls underthe .. ,
past .eralyear. baa been a peculiarly C.
spend a few days visiting relativesand STANFORD
W. J. S. Carr to' boyom. of her foot. She Is -
Mr. went over now friends.. Mr. Godbold Is in the pathetic one, and the aged mother, .
New Smyrna last Sunday. Improving however and able to be mercantile business at Lakeland.Mr. ; who i I. now left alone, with the exception : ., '

Mr. Hull flag. shipped 220 head ofbeef about the house. i of a daughter\ Mr. W. M. THE ORIGINATOR 0;' LOW PRICES IN, KISSIMJHEE. I
cattle to Tampa Tuesday. V large number of flat car have O. .B. dowse of Ocala left Uutson of St. Augustine ha been : )
been place .at the clay pit In Uartow on the morning train today for his called upon to endure more suffering : .
Mr. W.' J. S. Carr Is having a sum' by the railroad company for loading hume In Ocala, after spending couple) and mental anguish than usually fall I c"vtNN1' ''', tWNN1raVlNN -

mer cutage! erected' at New Smyrna. with clay for our \streets, and It Is expected of days hnre.greeting his many friendsand to th' lot of mortal man or woman. . m __

Phone 100 and get your bottle on the clay-will' begin to arrive- looking after his caullatrmts. A bo tit five year agober husband,

abort notice.. Free phone at Miller's. a short time now-. We were In error! last week In slat-. Mr. John deranged Kochenderfer, became while mentally . ..
table, : that the commencement exercisesof
Mr. W. S. Harwell purchased at ns en route from here to Pittsburg, Pa .
The City Bakery 1 t. agent for the commissioners sale last Monday the the high school would begin on May and though every known mean to findblm
White Star Laundry-the best ID the old Jimmy Yates" uluce on !Shingle w"lh. The commencement will begin was ...ah"u.ted.ha.", never been C. A.'CARSON. JOHN M. LBB. M. B, CARSON
State.P. Creek containing 93 acre of land anda on Sunday.' 25th.May 20th and. close .Friday heard of xnce. Shortly after' his dis P..14..t. Vlc.-Pr4 .l May

Jacksonville. A. Van) Agnew professional Esq. went buitlues up to chase bearing price orange wa "25.grove. The' pus For the past two days the weather::1 appearance who 1* the subject the deceased this young notice lady, became State Bank of Kissimmee.

Tuesday nlaht. The nev: David D. Kidd will hold has been abno molly cold for this sea- n eotally deranged and ha been .
services In the Episcopal church on son of the year, and last night fire. : source of constant. care! and mental .. Kissimmee, Fla. t
4: New line of men' shirts-cuff' at. Sunday next. Morning prayer sermon . were, very comfortable. Associate anxiety to the poor mother ever lnoe. -.-, I ,
cached and detached-Just arrived. at press'dtspatches state that the mountains The sympathies. of the ertre| community ,1'' r
and Communion '
l Kaoner.& Co'.. The children Holy service will, be at held 10:30.:lathe In. Virginia are covered with go out to herr and it 1* hoped that PAID liP CATltAt....... .,...... ".. .? t. 11 BO 000 00 '

of life be In "TOCKUOLDBRSLIABILITY.... .. .',...
''Kauner &; Co., the leaders in low afternoon at 3:20.:: i now. rest may' spout BO OOO OO

prices, are getting In new summer ,Messrs.\ Henry and Will( Overstreet In order to' allow the jurors and peace and contentment. M DEPOSITORS SBCUJtlTrm: ..\. ... .. JOO 00000Prompt'aud ,
witnesses a chance to return to their! '
goods every day. .J. J. Woodall Lawrence McAllster and If You Do.'t
respective precincts and participate" C.nralUoat.o.. .. '. '
Mesurs. John LlghUey and Ed Few- C., A. Barnes who have been ogaeed time and gtv.: to all ;.tter.-.aof.!! j
,; in next''I'.;day's primary His ..lIun01' succeed the first use Heroine trusted r
to M* Exchaages good at points at Btta4trates.
ell of Bartow were in the;;.' city,,this in the fishing b'llne,* at Lake Ukeechoboe ,Judge Minor 8. Jones, adjourned )'ou'wl1\ net instant relief.. The "greatest . -.silt. ., < 1
week attending court"I\\i1ij, \ ;! r*, I"d I\i iMrs. have returned home. Toomanjrmosquitoes liver A '
,;\\ ,;'" I circuit court yesterday to 'foeet againext regulator. positive cure ,.. > .'.-. YOUR fdtit31I18dl1 ;1304! iM1ffiN. '
E. r... Chapman"leftp.Tueidayfor they say, 7",: > : Thursday ; -VA--T, .. for Constipation Dyspepsia Malaria, ; N
New York CitytoSjolnlMr.'f.! and The wall of the new Stanford I Car. : Mrs': 'Minx has; Chill and all hver'complaints. Mr. j
I A. who been
(J-, of Emory Texas. wrlt* t"My
Mrs.'U. C. Chapman'Air : < oo Grave building are now going
pending the past three months at her wife has been using Herblne fur herself
uJ>.at a rapid rate and ip a short
O-orife Parker came up from time the building will be completed old home at'Atnesvllle Ohio return? and children for five years. It I I. = .. ,
Lakeland to spend. few day. with. which will add much to the appearance. f'd home last Saturday, ,very much to IK sure cure forconstlpatlon and ma- *- . ,
the home folks this week. of that portion ofBroadway.Mr the delight of Judge Minx: and the laria fever which Is substantiated .bv
boys who have been keeping' bachelor' what' it has done ,
Mr. and Mr.. S:S. Griffln of Orlando my 'family ,.
*. Enloe of Alabama who has hail during her absence. For sale by Roberson Pharmacy. +
visited the family of Mr. C. VV.Orlffln .
been '
a few days this wee with her spending daughter several, Mrs. F.montha G. 'ThomasouJeft here- Miss Mr Mabel. R.: E.Parker Rose has an attractive a* her guest KIslinroee Letter to',Dan. OSOEOLA. . .. '

If you have any laundry to send yesterday for P rry Fla., girl who will spend a month KISSIMMEB!! FLA. '49 . j
away and want. I It "done up" In good where she will visit another.daughter:' (
In Tallahassee. At the termination of
Dear Sir 'Three saved 1. PHARMACY.
Mr. of hat ; gallons
shape, phone the City Bakery. place. Miss Parker' visit Mrs.. Rose will return W) ,
(12 to (15 earned.
Buy a suit of -the standard make.. Mr. and Mrs. John ,Herrincton of with her for a visit at her old 'THE LEADING. DRUG J3TORE i
'We guarantee 'full satisfaction' Screven Ga. a newly wedded young' home, Klsslmmee.-Tallahassee Caul. Mr Hanford Platt of Bridgeport!

money refunded. Kanner& Co. couple, who are making al. Cunn,.ordered 15 gallon Devoe to .
bridal tour of the State stopped over paint hi*house and returned gallons;
Editor Gazette
I -Mr. A. E Godwin a prominent here of this Val'ey :-Please allowme 9
a couple days week with
. down-lhe-rlver cattle man, bus Dtenla their relatives, Mr.. and Mrs. Horn space to lay that the report :elngr III. painter satd It would lake- 15; a D N'T FORGET 'US r
; town attending court the week.'P' Thomas.Mr. circulated by some one that 1 have lead-and-nll palo ri!
promised the deputyshlp if elected
to S
Phone your wants we do the running Hervey Moseley, who returned be office of Tax Collector in order to Hubbell & Wade Co sold It. They ,

from New York a few days ago, has got !! say everybody bah the same experience '
KISSIMMEK DRUG COMPANY. accepted his old position as night elected totheofiloelshallgiveftroypersonal there. 'Z'. When in need 'of any-

Rev-A. M. Many weather, formerly' .operator at the passenger depot. 1 attention. H. N. BRATTOM. The reason Is, of course: they are S thIQig in the' Drug line

ot Punta Uorda, is the new pastor of Mr. .Jobnsoo, who ba been holding Deputy Clerk W. S. Harwell has used to poor paint. a.

t.he.A. M.-E.-, church at this place. been position transferred for thepastfew elsewhere month ha been! somewhat in the dark for the What Is poor paint? Anything not -j;

t COO samples to select your spring past few days. Be left hli gold-rim-! Devoe .
suit from. AU the newest coloringsand 'Attorney R. H. Seymour finds his med spectacles lying on bis .desk one : some worse than .others. 8 A ot BE GuatonerVVyVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVt:
weave*. See G. M. Pearce.J. growing_ business demands. the use day thin week and stepped out of the Besides paints wear about, an they Bottle "ftcrblncfit to every
of a speedier method of getting around fflue for a few minutes. On returning cover. Double the (12 to, 15.
W. Register ha sold hi. livery and has purchased an automobile.The be found his glasses gone and has Your. truly }
feed and sale stable to Martin Thoma machine will assist him iu visiting been Unable to locate them since F W Devoe &; CQ ;
.who 1* now !to charre.ot the buslnets. his orange grove and his large and :
Mr. H. H. Petteway of -Loughman.ras .
Mr. W. M. Uutson cama down from Increasing clientage.-Miami Record. initiated Into the .. of OOOOOb0000 ",
"S"t: attend the burial 1 of mysteries ,A..A..A..Arxfka/Iyw..n.,w..5.. Ass sc lyl+ iilcaAi AuAuEk +J
AU/luottloe/ to y.
Mrs. W. B. Hinton ana Miss Alberta the.) rank ol Esquire by Friendship
his slatef-in-law. Miss Lillie Kpcheo- >Hlnt&n mother and--sister of City Lodge K. of P. atthelr regular meeting '

: ,derfer! \ Treasurer B. B. Hinton, who is alsomanager Wednesday evening. He Is findIng LlQUOZONEFREEI[ Sunny .South, Stables !

Try the new barber shop. Everything of the Miami Shoe: Company, the road pretty steep and rocky ,
new and up-to-date. Sharp arrived on the 7:50;: tralrt this morning but If no serious mishap befall him tf
razors, clean towels/ first-elass ser from Klssimmee, to make ,Miami their be will reach the summit of Knightlood j x vr
future home. Pr if. Ulntoo will arrive next Wednesday evening. LIVERY .

vice.Mis*. Mabel Parker hall' gone to .later.-Miami Record. Bro. Josiah Ferris, of the Orlando

'Tallahassee, where she will be thetruest Lieut. Gus Hart, a folly knight of leporter-Star has been confined to ( .
the grip; was here calling "'is home for several day with the ,
on our
ot Mr R. E. Rote for severalweek merchants ,
*. Tuesday. Lieut. Halt volun- mump We IIU.pectJoe 1 la laboring 1 FEED'"i'."..
teered with the Orlando military company under a misapprehension. and that. be i 1
Every 25 oents spent In cash or paid'on and saw. service In Cuba during nly has a case of the ".w
your aocdunt at Kat..'. entities you the Spanish-American war. after 'ove. the fact that the Reporter-Star Cut Owt This Coupon. I!: 0 ,.'
to a cha.nce on one of those beautiful which he enlisted In the regular army has recently Assumed a new" spring ..
s bat rack and was assigned to duty In the PhlK dress and is as. bright and pretty asthe "
Miss Marx; Louise Makloson 'has Iplne Island. proverbial sweet. girl graduate, to For this offer-'may' notappear INGRAM & ;:GILBERT.I PROPRIETORS.. .\
again. Fill out
much In evidence at this season. !
returned from Maryland where she The many friends bere.of Rev. F. G. this blank and mall It to
has been attendingschool, to spend 1' of the Presby Mr. W. n. Smith who pu rcti.. ed't.h9'.tock the Liquid Ozone Co., BROADWAY 'OPPOSITE; .POSTOFFiCE.j.: ; w rJ
vacation.JJew terianeburoiatlals of of the -.g
place will regret good City Bakery 468-46O Wabash Avenue" _
barber shop 'at Patrick's old to learn that he has been. forced by tram Mr. E. A.' Nleraeyer, took over Chicago; 4 Phone 1O2. fj 'Kisslmmee r'rF +.,
ill health to resign 1 1 the business last week and has placed .
standService: by a tonsorial artists Ills) pastorate at .
t, with aU the latest fad inrbering. Bartow. His congregation at that will McLaughlin In charge. He has J r "
conversant i1Kinds
\ .H ua1 Florida. .
place passed a Set of strong resolutloan also largely lucre"ledhe stock and g. t I ; ,>
:"" regretting his relgoatl n and eulogizing now carries a full line of staple ,and Mr disease I*. . ..,... .,.. ,.. t *) ? ? j, ; ,
_.M'.... D.:--.J. Blocker of .Stetson bis,work..there.Mr. fancy groceries; ,+tfonfectlonerie and never ---- ---'v-----. .: -..,. .,. :
will the Igar Mr. : 1 bare''' tried LlquoEone -: '
University, preackat Baptist Smith as.we stated before 4" "
,: .f church Sunday morning and nlgh at C.; W. Ward left Tuesday will handle Mr. Nlemeyer'a Bread, but tf yon will supply --f.
It t. usual hour., night' for 'Washington D.. 0., and cakes and pie.: -- .;; / me with .a .50o'' bottle free.! ro f' ;
\ .'f' may go on to Phlladelpla. We regretto will take It.",, ,vKissiwwee Whew: ,. youwajat; a,
:,,q' 'i'' Bon.Newton A. Blltchoandldate for state that Mr.' Ward health ba 'Do. YOM love I 0.I \ ,

a" v 'Yl.Arusd Commissioner, was clroulat- not been Improving lately, and be your babjf .You wonder why be ) ...4-1-4:; ; .'.(.. "j....... 3ST1CO:: :.Bottle.aP23.O33.tji 441i l i, .; :.
the bets Tuesday la ,
leg voters
I.[ .goes north to again place himself in 01'188. .Buy a bottle of White's Cream : . .. ,.. .. ,"
the, interest of hi..oantdacy.. the care of his physicians ana '. ?
r If they- ferralfqge 'and he'will never cry ... ',.',
.'7'-, % Rowboai houseboat and launches- advise It be will ero abroad His son Most babies have 'worm/ sod the ,....,.. ..,.. I! .i,1 .h.-;....''!11.' ," ,' ' 1',".. ; .t'.
'J''built,"to order at reasonable prices. Mr. Wayne Ward who .here come mother don' know It. Wblt'. ..+:dt.' ..... (2'" ,.,
Information weeks ago, baa relinquished I bis bul-. Vermifuge Che toB.a4r. ehl.$ ,;
For,further see or'write Cream rid thechild of ,
"'to- .POWmrtKlulmmee.Fla.; nes for the present and will! meet his worm and Cleans oat it* system la a R ''R WHEN, .t.. rM :&{. ( (

:Ngtfce ,U hereby': veo'tbat" '+ tt1) shy father. in Washington\ and stay with pleasant way. Every mother should : : : .. ,1' CQ4--
g him .until he fully recovera.J"lIrWar bottle of .t.
thl. medioleeo
keep a the
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.notea-and, acooaota-wlu Mt.UMlOIt.O.. "" '*'many,friend* .here ,to.i: ",he ouse. With It, fear need-never enter i ; Dr*|. Co. fri:9ri.: .i 3LQ.' f\.. >0'1.Ct4- '.. ;" .
to the Bank for May ,_ ft J i" .J 1. /
/ will soon be restored ,to, his normal mind. v( > ; li&."'Sf
'1 her : Price Zoo., Sold bj '''Ro)>- . ,,' u.-J..L.t'I
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J *. :To ill ..appearance and Helen Oould's Many Charltlte. STATES SENATOR '
accordlif UNITED
In the name ot her father O'NLY GUESS WORKAre I
li 1 S to the researches of those. best capable mother. Helen Gould, with the assistance FROM SOUTH CAROLINA

of forming an opinion on the suo- of. Elizabeth ,
Altman. annually I PRAISES PE'RUNA.txScnator
Ject, the ixervou control in one lot- distrlbes $500,000 in .
charity. Probably -
0 -) eral.half oUhe-chameleon go on Independently Miss Gould support directly and i the Crop Reports Issued I
MfMirsjMehie U*'& \ of ol those the other and .
Ualske, Berlin. ,on. Indirectly more charities than any I
_____ jptmlua; 'on the tuatket. a writing It has two lateral centres of perception living. Her donations annually' By Government -.*

... wadeot tftntalite .a metal so bard -sensitlon and motion-be3: *'ia., Too Tro.. reach 500 or more heneflclarloa.! Her

'y.-.t"a' diamond will not touch It. the common one In which must reside Em.h joke in 1 old and grail total disbursements during the fast ,

.''* U. believed Jthat such 1'11'111111 'dl.. the faculty of concentration.! Notwlth If you can, somehow tell eight years-and they are all made -- '" ., tel and A story in a different. ; wajr SO .DECLARE ,;
even god: peuaaa. they standing the utrlctly symmetrical You're doing very ,'ell. with business judgment and through COTTON MEN '/

".., practical Indestructible. ,structure of the chameleon as to Its -WashuigttnJStar.> .,. a ,perfect system-reach ,OOO.OOO. .-1_ ,,1

*: two halves. the eyes move Independently -- ( .t'' '
;; -
,Many Belgian paper dwell upon the of each other and convey Bpi Naughty William. Decisive
i :tterMsitr of sood wills.a* a preventive rate Impressions to tbelr respective \Vhitt truck you most at.scbcoi Jh. Whit. Faint of th. Whit.'Jloss.. Action, Takinby,. the. Inter
,acalcst The White House at Washington national Conference .at
sicklies todaTI'Ullam? Washing"ton
Many experiment; ,
centres of perception., The consequence which has
been the "King's. Palace"of
: bavv< been made thereon, the "Tbo teacher. sir. -Clito'aud Plain --May Eliminate Mlddle-
absorbing/ Is that when. the animal Is . the American People since it was ; ,

I, ,,. If TCnalltiea o( milk. and the Belgian/ De- agitated its movement resemble Dealer. ', '.. first occupied by President Madison in . s* men.

1V taMartnieat, of Agriculture i* urging& / those of two anima. or rather, perhaps --' 1800, bee recently undergone a thorough '- ,
,Jcreatcr cave in handling& cows, and for Ea.,. course of reinodelliug renovation
i two halves of animals glued to
it's nice "onie and take 4ieEOULCiLlgthe government
.. sanitary table, etc:. a day me and repair. Every American citizen,Is
"'- gether.. out'ln your auto, W'edne.l1ay." owner of an undivided eighty or crop reports and' more partlcu.Iariythe
: Each half 'wishes to so Its own way "Put it's not a nice day?:" eighty-five millionth of
E.J M. CamfilS' sirpposo i part tbe 'Vhlte.Houlle.
Flammarlon the gt't'ato reports of the department of agriculture :
'Vrcneli astronomer call and there Is no concordance of action. "Come the day. before."-CIe\'eland- as 'well as of the ether Public .

the Paris attention in The chameleon! therefore, Is the only Leader. Buildings and !Monuments in tbe Cap and'pa.aalnl. a resolution ,

papers to the remarkable fact f .i r.Jegged vertebrate that Is unableo itol City. An Item in the renovation strongly advocating that the statisti"
Cbat the I
'"i : subterranean disturbance of the
... swim; It become ao frightened QqaUIl. remodeled White House was
rwbleh broke the cable. connections repainting. calyear; should run from August 1 f
In Every: visitor Washing
,when dropped Into water that all "Why can't hire that man you recommended
J jfb* West Iiidle and caused a destructive faculty of concentration la lost and ', There's an impediment In ton knows the White Home! li so to August 1 n6tead'of from September .....
.! tidal ware, was recorded by the ? called-because 5:'is literally a "white
atelsmle Instruments the creature tumbles. about as U la: his "pooch! ,j house." ;The exterior paint must there September 1, the International iiri
I.J. distance Florence Italy' a state of intoxlcatfon. -- "Possibly. But there's nonu"l lii uls fore be.white.. Now while the pure cotton conference -----------t-
adjourned at
5000 Wa.taIngton
fA over miles. : .: -
I. When .a chameleon: is undl.tuJ4bed'every nerve! -Detroit'Free, Presi. white surfaces and simple Hoes of the

; A I .impulse 'to m ton'I..ferr! dI AJhlta House, let In the midst of green Wednesday to reassemble next
Uqntd for
sanitary spraying for And War Continued. lawn and beau ,
lul trees produce jear should It be deemed
tribunal the whole 'C
to and
>...*.: see la the ebnmber; o( the aick. Is given proper Ml Ooo,1Iere.**sara she's ready a very satisfying effect of dignified

!10 Jby a French Journal.. It I. composed often organism act. In accordance with its to make up if you arc" : simplicity, white paint from a practical the various organization, to do ..1

f- ;( parts of eucalyptol, three part. of I decree. Miss Cutting-"Tell her I'd be ready point of view, is about the most UnsatisfactQWy so. It was found that the "1 legates e ,

;iikynie toll. us much lemon'Oil, and the The chameleon moreover may be to make up, too. It I: had a complexion Llnd of paint that could were not clothed with sufficient 21
: fast asleep on one 8lde'and wldo have been selected by tbe de authority -
ewm* quantity of lavender oil, in 110 as muddy as hers."-Philadelphia Led ,original
fl; ; Prta-of alcohol of awake on the other. Cautiously approached signers. First< because 'any white to'tffect a -oermanent-- orraniastion. -: -
ninety degrees./ To ger. .
paint is eaillr discolored M.'C. Butler.Dyipeptin
'k at with candle so l>r smoke and .
pint of water night a I
1IIIt add a teaspoon of this
dust, and,. second Because When ,
.... 4 liquid.IB. as not to waken the whole animal at Wilfully Mlsandcritooil. white ordinary the subject of governmental it Oftn Caanfd tiy Cntarr\"
paint itself
gradually turns lo"IIIOh.-P""u", ,
he Utltntt CakzrrAoft4i
.t fd the She "We! never hear of gray crop! reports came up President Mao- o/ .s
-once. the eye turned tow light "any women
.4 *t lecture,'at Washington on theopi1r will open begin to move and the iftcr-dlnner speakers." But white the White House 1*. and Coil spoke in commendation of' the F"-Dy.p"p"' '._ .......
treatment of consumption Dr. corresponding side to change: color, lie-"N6' ; women can't walt"until after white it must remain or it would no census bureau work but'felt that :................................

i i&. '1*., Barnes. said, There are no whereas the other clde! will remainfor dinner. They tell everything they longer be the 'White Home." So the some radical .changes In the' methods : lion. tl. U. }Butler, EII'U 8. SIona.
: know' before Yonkers States. renovators uinkln.-; thd best of discouraging of the tor from buutb C'aroliua for two
jlluner. a agricultural
greater wholesale
) murderers in the a longer;or abortct-tkne-Ifl-a-tOr- : sltiuUloivsoughUor department should : t"rrnll. in a j letter Irnm %''Vatlhlnjlon. M'}

,tworld than oil ItoVes. or /gas store .pld, motionless and unchanged state man. kind of white paint best The be made. .{Numerous,delegates strong. 1). C.-. .writ to Ibe I'eruna Medicine :

without a ventilating pipe. Nine pith its eyes fast shut-New York average citizen if asked,la guess what ly condemned them. D. A. Tompkins : Co, a* follow- i i

4. Chances to one when I go into a house 7 :.erald. 'All Ills Dolor.Mis kind of paint they finally decided onwould' of North Carolina characterized them : "1 can ,...cO"u..f,. J'critni /0,.
- tot Cbellui-"I* it really tic) that dul>rnla and .to", c1. ( /
a of,
case pneumonia or probably .n.-er.'whle! aa "a
= con. lead complicated system of guessIng I
: have bren
to Mr.
you're engaged KoxIeyV ynur
;wamption there 1* an oil stove sitting *' I and oil but-he would (guess wrongly ," while another southern grower'denounced f-iir a. nhort period and fffl verii
'! Miss Pcchls (calmly)-"It 1*. :
The paint reJected 'as the best . .
wound somewhere. obtain tMiffc .,".""d. it it 'tad..l a
. i .. ,She.-Did you let father know yosowned "My; be was a great catch." able, was ready-mixed pa.nt: such as them as "a speculative : U'omlrrful medicine, be.Idea a I 1,1
Ths: temperature a lot of house property "I beg your pardon;, catcher."-Detroit - can be bought In any well-furnished football. : 0.....' lou IC.:" "' /

Ice Is thirry-two He-I hinted at it. Tree Pros tillage! store such as is used by more Various remedies were suggested ...................................
,Agrcea. and to melt It over.a fire takes ;" than half of the .\1.\RIUI of the .Iou.llcb i. the
elfrbty but cor-
8 8III' or eJ&htT.lh"emillion & a* no delegates seemed able to
X40 She-What did be ear. C
; drsretw o( heat, but It does not feel TbOM ColU Habits. owner cf the White House ov icct uaine lor nioit uuae ot dy-|*|>tia. {
_He said Deeds speak loudor I agree on a satisfactory plan the In order ,. of ""
my hotter than It did at thirty-two their own home. That to cum cm .rb the eUiuiacli .
"To be frank this is pretty bum oijo brand of
than worll.Ttt.Dlts.ITS whole subject! was laid on the table. the iurrh mUIII be "redcal".I.
Ogreea. '
In other words, the 140 degree mixed paint was \ed !ujtcnd of an
cooking old. man. }
... President Only nn internal" catarrh mutely ..ucISI I IA
must not be the thirtyJtwo ..<.! kuow it, but my wife II lust out other U a mere accMrntal detail- expressed the IVruns 1. atailublo.

,.. .... ; degrees making the temperature REDEEMING QUALITY. of college." .. there are fifty or a hUQ .red brands on hope that henceforth there will I be a 1'eiuua exactly luuuU. the indication i
tbe the market mat might,,La TO coon se closer bond of union "between the }
LOf mUe&4 172 degrees, for that Mrs. Bimldn_How do like "
you "Still I wouldn't let her.: Lore mo. lected In other
heat la taken by the circumstances and: In north and south and between America . Refistd Formnls. l
up water as Intent your new boarding house Louisville Courier-Journal. '
fact a different brand was sod In "F nuinlier of ,enr requests h.v.
.,. beat. We see, then,that a heat of 140 Mr. JobkJm-Oh, the rooms' af C- painting the Capitol. and Europe in all that pertains to I co..,.. r'0 a me tiorn a niiiluiudft. of grateful

degrees la stored up In the water when fair, the table Is only tolerable-but Wonderful. Every property owner therefore. cotton growing and manufacturing.. Irl..n<1l1 uigtng Hint I'eruna be 'given, a

. >* ,tb..lea la melted. Now when water the gossip Is excellent-Hotel Life. "Do you love your husband?**
. ,, la converted 'into steam "Indeed I do." grade :eady-mlxed paint la with a Imntiv addition; for
, an additional following of the product, which embraced gUile a length ol time, and ,ow led! gratlfifMl .
.- pIt. of 100 degrees/ Is stored op so .. JToi* ;uaa si oft "WornAn.It : "Does he love TOU/" .the example set by the Government the question of 'warehousing to nnuounro to the friend of Teruna

teat 1140 degrees/ of heat becomes "Devotedly." Authorities Washington, who used stability of price and relations between that 1 have incuri.otCt2| *uci .. quality in
latent goodness! It's like novel ready-mixed paint. becfune they could the nifjuino\ winch, in mf ol.inion| can
'. fnrconvert1ng Ice Into steam. w&ll.a terrible torture that Mrs. "My Just a ..
find and .
nothing else as good. growers only: rnlinnco lt .known bcti 'I..IdChll".cler. l
i ;Tn*> proeeaa hill two Qcrti MoFarUnd ol King's Mountain,' Isn't it?"-Cleveland Leader.In : "
: '
First S. U. H At. O.
N. U., describes, as follow.] "I .ul. A. E. Calvin president 6f the Farmers' , AMI MAX.
the ice -
t isnelUnir: _
to water, in which -, .
we bred dreadful periodical ----
pain and became Educational and CcH>perative
" .Jd:! DOt notice change In ifclalioma. Mourning CoJors.The ,, HICKS'
' any the temyeiatme mo weak: 1 was given up to die Union declared %.
that It long had been
't- when husband ol, Gray W'ol.f-"JlICke Tlmberwolf Is the various color I
> ; and second, bolllns the my got me Wine following are
ji,,1 "miutet te snake steam; In which the Cardut. Th. first dose gave relief and absolutely Insufferable these with a bottlee I am up doing my work.: Jackal-"What lathe trouble?" 'abolish all Intermediate agents who ( p '"",ltDIAY'''.' CUKTaHEADACHES .
i ; :prater and steam are both 212 I cannot countries, together with reason given '
say enough in ol
< f-jvdegrees. Though In the change from : Cardut." A wonderful remedy praiee lor wo Gray Wolf-."Wby, bis father was for the selection: 'levy toll unnecessarily, on the piod- ,, tA 'ni1 J':"J

.', ;.f--..>the other a beat of 1000 degree/ / men's Ills. At druggUt,. ",00. shot by the President:, and he never Black expresses- privation of light uct on Ita journey from the field to vtt C O LD .
'-.: become..latent I stops bragging& about It."-Llpplncotfa.Th worn througho'it Europe and Ameri the factory. The grower he said. is $.s JiJt -$' IN TO c. ftO\lU f .2H

Better Than Any Speoch ,the constant: and persistent foe of aU __ SeBta Kk. AI D.s. ,.,
j ca. Vnvarnlcnwl Trnlb. ,
? AW FOR '
_COMMERCE. . Among the anecdote. told .in J. H. "No truer words were ever spoken i Yellow, the sere and yellow leaf; forms and. method 'of cotton gamb- A dollar, In hand Is worth twoMozley's ... <

t- .*! Daurlbes ...Ita Obtained I jr a Settles book concerning election than these: 'A fool and his money are '' Egypt: and Burma. In Brittany: wid. ling. -I loaned to a frJe d.

.*' ,t T *"*.1" Inventor.TtoBSTfl humors Is the- following about Lord soon parted' said tbe lecturer. 'I' ows' caps among the peasant are He.declared that the south wa so

ot.. ,. i3r0n '. .of Saint -EUenne nosebery; .' "Sure thing" piped a voice from the yellow. completely able .to. supply the, World .

to the State Department Wash.. ,His lordship was In the east end of rear of the hall; "we all gave up fifty Purple and violet, to express royalty with ccttoA that with a proper understanding

.'.' '......., that a group of savants of tbai London at an election' \tlme, and cents apiece to get In here!"-TonkcrtStatesman. mourning for the cardinals and with the manufacturers

't.t---'"i das Sciences/ Paris,''Very reaUy while inspecting a gnat establishment kings! ot France. Violet Is the mourning there would be no necessity'for conducting *
:;' pall a visit to a; factory 'at several of the employes: whose knowledge -' .' .. , :, .. ," .; .w" .,,, color for Turkey. \, '. . experiments In Africa and

JBimloxne-anr-Belne to witness the man- of the distinguished guest-chiefly: Slow She Did It. White emblem of "white banded 9IBewb."e..Dlrect, rela oDII'between Lemon Elixir.

hctS for Industrial purposes of centered In ,him as the owner of ,a The New Minister-''You know Mrs. hope", China Deep blue Bokhara the growers and manufacturers was

rni quantities ot oxygen,and nl- good .horse, communicated to one of Scharley pretty well; gout you -does mourning. The significance of thla strongly urged.In THE BEST

Ew. extracted in a liquid state the company their wish that Lord she do much for the poor?" selection is not known. the" discussion which followedthe .FAMILY MEDICINE

*rom atmospheric air. nosebery would do'them a'favor. Mrs..Devoutley-"Oh, my, ,.esl! why Pale brown, the withered leaves, For Constipation, Blllonanca, In.
laid the
proposition by
Georges Claude the Inventor of the "What Is it you wont-a speech. only last week she paid'out more than Persia grayish brow. earth Ethloplt was dlpBtiaa. Sour S'oauu' :". Colic.

gusjtajn'furnished the explana Con.. As asked the gentleman."A S200 for a dress to wear at the charity and Abyssinia.: spinners and manufacturers that it 1J1 laaa; nd anything.

,.. liquid oxygen flowed out from the3zIt1 speech I No! Speech be bali,. ball."-BrooNyn Life. -.- the farmers and business Interests of caused by a dloordere4 Uftr.

It was of a bluish hue, while edl" was the,reply.; "We want a tip Statistics"I the south will build warehouses, store It..o.

,h. nitrogen was colorless. .Severalexperiments lot the Liverpool, cupt" Wllf.U XI..IHItoad."t'hey' Bull Fighting cotton finance it and put the product 'C That Drowsy F..fIn". _,

were mada for the visitor are In reduced circumstance,. anl oft to Spain" said a photog I. charge of expert cotton men to by puttlpg your organs -

jta pm r* the Importance bavlng an .Bta.aisg. &.0.7'. of course, but their family 1* a very old rapher. "The' bull Ogttlnc season,opens Handle it and practically be the me.' 10 _rk, tcteasLng yovr .ppetlt..

. istBnaViTnt supply of oxygen: : at one's dlspossU one and proud, even If they bave lot In April. and I must "be there for dlum of doing tha selling they will .84 la fact makes 'OIl feel 1Ut.,s
Mrs. laaao W. Au.till of Chestnut of debts. They date back to tbe time the first performance. NKlllD .
; a forge set up in the grounds lUdge, N. O.. tells a of do business on that baals. .WA.5YJo.
J. hog sd the wonderful effects of theCBOL rreat suffering. "I was strange:In bad story condition of William the Conqueror." "The season," be said "lasts seven Thereport of the committee on bal- .. .... .'.00 .... .."..

e. The lira which had almost died for month.." she. writes, "under- .. "The debts you mean? I don't doubtt1at".Catho1c i months, from April to November. lug ginning and handling of AmerIcan .r .U orugOaf

,pat; was Immediately rendered Incanleaerai treatment 01 doctors, but got no relief. Standard andTimes.. Cash season there are on an average DsaO e.........
My periods had stopped all but the __. 500 fights and in each fight three bulls cotton was received and
by a current of hydroxide from
pain. After taking ol a' bottle of The
_I''. Abe blowpipe. A bar of iron was Wine of'Cardul. nature part worked properly Didn't f..l Snr* of Ulnieqtf.The1rt"CongratUlate are killed. ten horses and a twenty- report recommended _______,__,__, ;_,____

tbrwnsht to ,a red beat'and then melted and without pain., I adrls all suffering me" fifth of a man. The aggregate *eason's the following: .

Ilka lead.' .'Jwo: 'places of Iron werepchled womea to u.. Cardui." A pure speci- The Bachelor-t'Really?" slaughter In the ring, that '1* "1. That all bales. be made of standard

In a few minutes by..-the aid dmggieta.flo remedy for women's ill*. $1.00 at "Ye r I'm going to be married." to say; Is 1.500 bulls, 6,000 horses dimensions. ...

1 at a powerful flame from the blowpipe. "I'm so /glad." and 20 men. "2. That light weight new burlapa ... ...

Hues costly and tedious riveting will The pnbllo execntioner of the Grand "Are you really" "The chief matadors number twen b.e used for bagging or if conditions ,
fie B.' longer necetsary; Iron will be Duchy_ ,ol. baa been... fined 30.. ."Tei really 1 You know I was al. ty-five. -The, each earn about $.,.000'a luntlfy. that cotton canvas b, used ,

,:welded against) Iron. copper against AN''k'vJRY.'aAY 'sTR'UCCLS'. ways a little afraid of. you!"-Yonker* season. The ordinary helpera earn "3. That 10 ties be used on all bale,

copper etc. The doctors already fore- -. Statesman. In a season only $600." with the Egyptian: style of buckles :

the possible treatment with liquid a..a..4 _.. .f Erery Oceapallon ul.fer preferred. .

.-Jr of certain, affections of mlcrobian atUerite From Kidney BrpUlnt. Couldn't K.*p S 8..r.t. The world has only 10,000.000,000 "4. Tbat'aU cotton should be :

-.lgln. such a* osteomyelitis:>> anthrax 3. C. Ligbtner 703 So. Cedar St. Mother (Impatiently) "You hare tons of Iron ,ore available, and the bought ani sold net weight
...11 the of the Abilene Kansas, 1* one of the thousands been Juanlta. I
malignant disease skin . very naughty to-day. .
supply Is likely to'run, short inside 15. That a committee be appointed -
erd luilus.Uqnld .' who suffer from kidney troubles shall haye to tell your father when becomes
of a century whose duty It shall be to have 091-
air baa been tried In mines asxplslva ,.. brought on by dally bome."
ton baled.aa.aboTe anl to submit i
... .agent' and for this pur- work. "I first noticedit Juanlta (aged& seven) "That's ,the -

:3100' marl Is 'wet with petroleum "ITndO eight or ten yenrs woman of Itt You 'never:*:an keop anything REPAIRING BRAIN. same" for practical test .to consumers. -

.+ ai aaturtted with liquid air. The %/go.w said Mr. Light'. to 10"urself.Xranllated For A CertatW.yBy: Jr_<1. 1

"-patat* thaa formed'constitutes a good _ _ _ ner. "The dull pain Tales From La Nota Final.A .1
.* pJodn nthen bred with fulminate in the back fairly Every minister Jawyer, journalist
and baa the advantage when It hatigs J-J made. me : sick. It' x...... pbyicIanauthor or business man 'is

alra. of being'without danger, as the was;uara' to get up The Portrait Painter (On despair forced under pressure of modern conditions STATE TROOPS ARE I INVITED _ -1

.DqWld air ."aporatel81'1' rapidly. '.. or down bard to I "MaOWn, I find It Impossible to procure ) to the active' and sometime '.

De price of oxygen according to ._. straighten, hard to colors that will match your exquisite .ver-actlve use of the brain. To Take Part In Encampments of Soldiers Only $14 O

p. for Induntrlal purpoSes will do any work that complexion." Analysis of the excreta thrown out of Regular Army. .

aet exceed four to six mills per cubic t brought a strain on' the back. I bad The' Bitter (without reserve)-"Well. by the pores shows that brain work, Acting Secretary: of War, Oliver haa 1

..... It 'believed' that It will be frequent attack of gravel and the then..Just draw the outline daJTan4; breaka down the phosphate of potash sent out a circular letter to the governors For this Oak :Mantel' French Plat Mirror L '

peaatble to as&llaald air a* a motor .urine was passed too often and with when I come next time I'll bring/ some separating it from Jts heavier companIon of the various states having Tile arth and facing, go-lnoh Orate n.. ,4i;:!

. fcowev New Tork,Times.Em "pain. When I used Do n'* Kidney of my colors for-you."-Llpplncott'*. albumen; and plain common sense organized militia forces inviting/ them Sumtoer Front. Bend 1I a. (or catalogue show-. ,j

'I Pills, however all traces of the trouble -- teaches that this elements! principle I to have some part of theee lot 100 dejlgni' from |10 to'100. .
1. 4 U._"' __.. troop. goo
disappeared and have not returned. I :z.5..ans" .. Blotl... must be Introduced Into the body anew t summer 'Y!
camps with the of J. E.
the troops
peat athletic meeting Hunnlcutt & Co.
Canton am certainly grateful." "A good college certainly exerts a reflnlnjf each day If we would replace the' loss the regular army. ,
At China
, arithmetic races *
Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box influence lan and rebuild the brain tissue.W OA. ..
.were'a ftartnr. Pupils froin the on a jouug'man's The pending army appropriation bill ATLANTA. "
Foster-Mllburn] Co.; Buffalo. .%(. Y. know that the pbo,'phate of pot. l'
; iaclioola carried slate and pencil, aad In guage. nib, a*' presented In certain field contains an Item' of 700,000 to defray ----a-
"Does tr
jas>iceara.iof',tba race they encoun- :A. naturalist' has. been.makingobserva' /trains, hal an affinity for albumen and the. .expenses: : of the joint, encampmenu. "
'. "Of course It does. I've Just noticed HOLD UP!
: ered a blackboard contalnlpg .a sum to tion on the toilet of certaininta.. >! J
In this that the frbmen 'ate- that 1* the only way gray matter in. _
? per
, ter.; dent at Cornell to have and nide.
going a
are oo ,. KOCH RENOMINATED. c ;
:.' ,Xbey reached the goal,and those whose .. the -. "\,
swer to take crude phosphate of ._
'rIot d.-luxe. Cleveland(: Plain"Deal
: : :
caleoMUona. were were then Mary Bart-nicy of 17'P..oIl8t. ..
( wrong SyraW. -" potash'of.tbe drug shop for nltorereect -
y cuss. r.. writes to tail ol th. tav
Miaolnated The first three left In terrible '
uttering of b.r slater who | It.. The elemental mineral must Kansas Republicans Name
winners.. for the p.., State,Tick't ,- ::1
U4 year, baa been aid 'What l>.lay4: I> ...... be presented through food directly from '. at Convention :11

: *;. . ache from lemala.troublr.. BM.M.. MrttUB U \m t w.*k and .UI. .. 'Tbe LadT"Wbat'make. dinner'so '
"bh took/.Win i'
'AcfMrdfng tea Oermaa mlUtary Jon.jV ol ,Thee facts have been mods nl e. of The Kanaaa state' republican con
? Cadui and I* now well. Cardul ha* Me, Katle-P i* v ., 7' ,
..*! tJae ..British aoldle -wears a helmet been a Oox,) ...d t. he".be wclUs.. The Qlrl-"I couldn't" get. the, roacaro- In the manufacture of Orape-Sula, aud ventlon at 'Topeka. Wtedne dar, retomlnated '

mtkk. ;:weighs nearly one,,and ,'oottpMnda. For all worn*'* troubles, Cardal U a iiI.! 'ma'am.* : any brain worker can pr . the Helmet of.the Pru*< ale, ffloUnf reliable renudy.;, Al. "W 7'J.thoUlJit the of the proper selection' of'food by making present Incumbent,, ,-, ( lststhcttbbtst If ,1
l.Uo.; ) srocer"broogbt ,
...' ..,.. ....'' weJahs .'only:..triflefcMOtteen I i -* M It finrty this / T free me of GrapeNuts'for'tendays Edward' W. Hoch' for governor, together -,
morning .
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...... '.*. M..' "bJl.thalt ( :: t Wked* 4o4klog' ot1 t .** did.' '.'am. but Jobntrfe had or'.two. week; Sold by grocers'everywhere wUh' a full ,ticket: The, lat.** '

... to aUll better oft with! aj epl, which! all ,,(and, lu,.Immense' quantities i ethI1saintwmd1)
A lot ot' the
boy Jo the yard and supported ,by present state administration
crsat.NIi:a painted van _i tt* ..). 'at and I ; ). .Manufactured by the PoslunjCo 4
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moU1et. putty/ blower -1'
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"' He did "and fits received PIT,.6tVitus' Dsaeel NM'YO'I'DI_peIIo1IItlT.
THE PUL 1T.AN Him not" The, ,Jews are still looking a 9S red br? bottlti Dr. >[Ehne'e and trmtiiM Great 1ernolI..tOl'O'r J.... : fcSK

for Him. That is the most pathetic v.R. U.XLIIO&.td.bratAhatt l'bUL.l- WHO SHE WAS' Awry Comp

ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON B't thing in., human history. A great ,
Hebrew scholar has translated the Jo"frofoeftn.e ens of the favorites >CMsX>aa SO
BISHOP C" C., M'CABE. New Testament into Hebrew as a literary among JCnsli.h bealth' r*_u. .AVERY* McMltXAN.,
venture and a rich man in London 11...WiIIa'o.' .'.Soothla'l:syrup for Chlld..a si-w CMtk aroreytii .*.Atlas***.t19..

.ebjeet I Tli. Freabea ComaaUilen... is spending a large fortune in circulating ttthleQsotteoah.gumefouwlaeammMllonallalb -.ALL JDfN 01-

it. I hope it will fly round r.tD.onJI'NI -wfudeol/ea.e.atattW . .. '
the earth. Let us get tbe Jews converted MACHINERYliable'Frisk
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Tbe New.Tork"Av- fang fail through .utter, while oluera :
for that Is the quickest way tojeoiivert
:Due M, E. Church crowded to- its tfUMMeU through failure. :
wan THE. .
.utmost capacity Sunday morning when the jvorW. Do you know that SKETCH OP LIFE OF LYDIA' E, PINKHAM
there are 600.000 converted Jews Let H..'. Till T -c- II ,
'Bishop: McCabe preached the ConTer- ,
the glorious work RO on. < WeoflerOos Hundred Dollar Reward for
enc sermon Bishop McCabe preached Now "what think y, of Christ Is my: CSM oJ Catarrh that cannot be cured by
for nearly an hour. Ills sermon was a ..
the wearer of All these glorious names ball'.tJdat1.r.. '. .
typical old-style Methodist oration humad 7*.J. u.asar* Co. Toledo O. -LAnd .
divine or or an angel Some I'
and evidently pleased hit bearer Immensely We, the>D4.mgued. bari known *; /. I
L' for his rein.rk.' were punctuated think He was a good man a typical Cheoey lor tbe taat 16 y-.and believe hi aa a Truc.s oiY"of"ow the Vegetable CompoundHad
t from start finish'with cries man/tbe best man In the world, but perfectly honorable In atl ba.lna. tranaao-
1I.m was not divineThe do. not out
'Io..d able to '
flnanotallr carry soy
Cf 'Amen "Hallelujah!' "Xei yes' event'admit thot.'He was"an" angelic, : .' Its Birth and tlow the 'Panlc of '73" Caused

{f and frequent laughter. . I beiufe./ Some think He was God-man. \V.." kTaoaa'h'boM.ale-'L ruic8lsts, To.WaLDIII. .

'( Preacher'Bishop 'McCabe'asubject. Commission" and.J1e was: "The took !"God manifest' In the tlC" h." Jeans I is:) .,u.'Kir*** *. Mama' ,'"Wholesale It to be Offered for PublfcTSaie' In Drug.,Stores.,
Paul believed
divine. Peter believed that.

' for his text, the ppssageln. Ilaggnl: l>ragK<.U, Toledo, O,
f it- "And the desire'of all nations shall It, lIe said: "By Him all Hall's Catarra UuraU,ot-
i things created that ore in Heaven and ImrdlreotlTupoathe: sad moouoa..tirlaceorth This remajkabla whose .
restore the family fortune. $
. < c melie said: woman They Frisk Engines oilers, act
.. ant free
in earth, visible and Invisible: all Ttm. lwttmonial
i. Ilspgai was one of the prophets who : 1'rleer.eper bottle. eoldbyaltDmggtM. maiden. name warn BAtes warn born la arfrned that the medicine which wan Ixss.. ,Wheat sparatere.
things made by Him. .Such '
went to the captive .Israelites to help were lake Hall's Family rule lor constipation, Lynn Mans, February 9th 1$19, corning so good for their woman friends and
cnnnot h ,,said about angel
ta-rcihulld the walls of the ruined tern- things an from s good 'old Quaker family. neighbors wan p wore"The for. the
Vie and of. their destroyed city. Zech- or a human being.. think the epistleto The charity that begins at home For" some years she taught school and women of the whole .

arlah was: the other one. .They were to the Hebrews the divinity was :written of .1'ellll'by. Rome Paul, usually stays in bed and sleeps. all beeame known u a womaa of sua alert Plnkhams had 'no' money, and ..
both men of Vast hops and mighty scholars prove Apollos wrote it. and cot fey?. "1 little credit Their' first laboratory
faith and God gave them'' vision to say was the kitchen where roots and '1
Paul but Paul wrote it. There wu
/ read the future, and. because!! they sawN ) herbs were steeped on the stove, .
the ,future they were optimistic .raep. anybody
,They. did npt believe that anything; was It.We must have a divine Snvionr. Buy L A U.:Paint sod get a full gallon. Then cams' the question of sailing BEST IMPROVED SAW HILL ON EJOCOL,
'\ No angel or human being could no Wears 10 to 15 because A. M.
too good to be .true. We need such it, for always before they bad givenIt
We have enough who tell what we need. lIe must be an Almighty Zine harden L. & M. Whit Lead sod hired Large Engines and Boilers "".pp11.0promptly.
men. men Saviour. One who is "mighty makes L. A )(. Paint wear like Iron. away freely. They a Job ahlngls Mills Corn Mlltv,
us bow much better the .was than printer to off
run pamphr.taMft.1Da.
I past 4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with some
. t0' and strong to deliver. Our > gallonseU
,i the present, and who discourage us, ;Sare will Mint a moderate sired hone forth the merits of the medl- Circular Baws.Saw TsethPatent Pegs:p''

1 and we need men who talk.bopefully; sorrows are too grestlot'\ human consolation for C.S.Andrews,Kx-M.ror,D.nbulyCooo, eins new" called Lydia E. PlDkb..'. Steam Oovsmors Full line Engine eV

men who speak of the future with delight ; our sins are too mighty: writes: "Painted my bane 10 years ago Vegetable Compound,, and tbeee we..... Mill Supplies. send for free CstalepeMtW. }
I because they know that tile the power of any man or angel. We with L. A ),{. Looks well to-day. distributed by the Pinkhana sons Id. I/'

Ix>rd's prayer-that_the will of God must have a divine Saviour-and "PAINT YOUR 'HOUSE. Boston;Hew York, and Brooklyn
have. Him. Do believe Jest+*
shall be done on earth 'as It is In you : L. DOUGLAS
Christ1 con save aisonl in an' instaotrI If per cent eommiaiion"allowed to any The wonderful onrative properties of .
} Heaven-will some day be fulfilled. know ,it I have Him do It a pe.identwhere ws have no agent on sale. the medicine were, to a great extent,,

These two prophets went to the Israelites thousand times.: lIe seen can do It. Hsreadv. of tail. L.,ft ),I. to property-owner" ,. st oar. reApply .elf-advertiatn -, for whoever used it '3 60&3- S H O ES K
to Jerusalem and
struggled to
.. rebuild the temple and they were stands : Will you have Him LONGMAN' *. MARTINEZ recommended gradually ft otben, and the demand W. L. Douglas S4.OO Ollt Edge Un*>

- greatly needed. Cyrus,, tbe King 41f Do yon desire Him? Paint Maker New York cannot be equalled at any! ...prlo.= ,
Brethren in the ministry it Is your .. In 1877, by combined efforts the fasvily
Men. who
allowed them to
try keep
_, Persia to< ,;o. Cyrus was up appearances
business to preach Christ's Gospel to had asvsd enough money to oomtnenoe -
I the of Babylon and these "
conqueror find It necessary to keep
( the world. Hurry with the Gospel. newspaper advertising' from
Jews had fallen Into his hands and
:I This Is a sad world. There is ono religion up disappearances later on. that time ,the growth and euooeas of I Matl iI
he treated them finely. Cyrus was .a '
that teaches that sorrow is so the enterprise were assured, until today

I man is strange who believed that 2500 In religious liberty.It there. inescapable. that tbe best thing that Cure Bb.umaUs..and C.tarrb-.laI.o and iavestlgrs.tlas mind aa .arneatseeker Lydia E. Plnkham and bar Vegetable

years ago can be don is to be blown out UUc a after knovrl* ,. and above Compound have beooms household
was a man In a high on earth position sent Vra
(candle and 500,000.000 Buddhists believe all possessed of a wonoUrfully aympsv- words everywhere, and many
who believed that man had a Bend no mon.lmpl write and try
every theta tons of roots and herbs
nature. used
It. Hurry with the Oospel. Rend are annually
Blood Balm Do-
right ta worship G dictates of hla conscience. I know John SiT: "Let not your heart be t&n1/1.Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills or destroy In 1841 she married law Plnkhajn.a in its maatJ !Ct.u... *

believed in religious beIl.cau.e troubled: re believe in God believe the poison:In the blood which cause builder and'real..tate operator and 11741&C, Finkham herself did not
Cyrus be hues liberty also-in-Me." The presence of sorrow the awful'acbes. in bank aDd. shoulder their. rly married 111.was marked b'pro.perlty live to see the great! success of this
and be
not a
yet affects I have blade, shifting pains, difficulty In moving work. She
and her
!! me strangely. never got happiness. They had passed to reward yearsago
allowed these Jews to and rebuild
go used to It. It ought toawaken< the fingers toes or logs, bone pains. swollen four children three and but not till she had
sons a provided
their temple and mined city. I think: muscles and Joints of rheumatism, or the
sympathy of every human heart I daughter.' means I for continuing her'' work aa I
God loved Cyrus on this account I foul breath hawking, spitting, dropping .i
know He did because He sent him a read story of a Pullman car when in throat, bad bearing apecka flying before In'those good old fashioned day (twas effectively as she. could'have, done U I .
by Isaiah "I will before the night, all was quiet except. babv'; .. the eyes, all played out feeling of Catarrh common for mothers to. make her.lL. 1 sarelteh
message go voice. One man called out. anirrll.v: Botsalo Blood Balm has cured hundred their I her
tbee mid make thy straight before own home medietnos from root During long and eventful aspsatones "-
way "Where is tbe mother of that child of came of 80 or to years' standingafter .gamGVrtAt ,
herbs Dktnrv's she
Cbee." Cyrus would have made own iwm.dU*>-> was ever methodical In ber
n, doctors, hot pring and patent medl- '
great Gear; of Russia; there would be I wish siiexwould keep It quiet. The clnea.bad all failed. Moat of then cured calling' a h.aldaa7 hi specially work and she was always careful to preserve :... Jt
-1' no more massacres of tbe Jews. And father of ofevrhlld answered: "Tbe patient bad taken Blood Balm! as a laat re- urgent _.. By tradition and .*. a r.oordof.veryeaw theteame to .I\Q.. ..,...
what a great Sultan of he mother of my bfrb* Is in her coffin in sort II" especially. advised for chronic. I I p rienoe many of them gained .> wonderful bar attention The ease of every sick .
Turkey the barrage car. tbe passengers deep-Mated for knowledge of the onrmttv woman Who applied to her for sdvlos
' would have made There wound! be rStope ease Impossible any en* prop 3LA*
of willexcuse, me: iStm doing ,the to suffer the agonies or symptom or rheumatism erties of the various roots and h rba. and b.. ou s a n d-received E'w.n! '"
' no more-massacres Armenians simply best I can; The other mairvushed out or. catarrh while or after taking Mrs PlnVham took.. great interest careful ..tudyandth d.WlalDeJud. a J Fi ll rf"

trust because In God they that were tbe time Christians.will comer 1 and sold::."Sir, forgive me. nsidnot rich Blood thereby Balm. giving It makes s healthy the blood: blood pun supply.and in the study of 1'00"c1 kerbs, tbei ing symptoms, t eatmenttand results", ,S10OOO. es. .J.' ,
understand. I would not have recorded for '
when great man like pyres will occupy ssnKJt I Cure*are permanent and not a patching up. eharsotcristfos and power over -.' were future reference and N t reek take,...... .y llano__kf J.....
A every throne on earth and when U I bad known. Let'me take that- -Prug stores. *1 per large bottle. BampleofBlnod She maintained that Just as nature so today tbsss 1'MOI'd.otreth.r with at arKk_. Maa*.. sad .Ioow 1'r ftJo. w.......
" tbe Idea that babe. I will keep It all night and you Balm sent free and prepaid, also*poInl bountifully provide In the harvestfields hundreds of thousands: made since, are : cere with...,.kIoftory. pair el abeea l......._",
one man can control theconacience shall reut'you: must be tired." His medical advice by drsorlbino; your trouble and o"lard.set&lJl.. foods of available to sick women the world weak callas why. W;... tttmftmm. ia.......'"
of another shall eoe* to seek. ... ...,
forever. I have myself seen pass C80 away instruments heart was changed and full of 8.m- and"writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, all kinds so,'if we bat take tho pa... over and represent a vast collaboration tit bats, wan ,.wfcynseyaelal...... W w tae.. ....-5-.. ,

of torture which pnthy.Oh 0"- >- I to find them, la the Tovtsrand herbs of information regarding the tntrimta"....(Saw *mr.ether".
were the world II full of and treatment of woman's IU. which mtrmnm -
sorrow the field there are remedies expressly for
by men and devils-for I think the Tfei .. .
Lots df peopfevjmaglne'tbat _
devil sin: but we have the remedy. Let they designed to cure, the various authenticity accuracy can hardyequaled T s ..0 & .,.
inspired to liistm-
AI f men use such your feet be like the roe's upon the are not talked abouV-sjinply!... because Ills and wesknessss of the body, and be In any library la the o po ........ '.
"'" meats of torture to make all .. .
men _
S think alike.; looked;: with amazed Interest mountain God grant\ the commissionanew they don't hear It, **.. .* it was her ttlsssnre to search these out wOl'l4. I......u.lale same 0 and..W".to. .1(_ aada. h
to-day to preach the Gospel.tttm and sod effeettvs I Lydia E. Plnkham ,_ kaIset. r .
at the "Maid of Nuremberg." a prepare simple medicines JI With worked her, t CeI".H ..J.,
"", for her own fsmllysad friend'b..r-Ia-l.w.- the present Mrs. Writ.11I..Md c_..... .r ,
lerriDie instrument caiiea oymat '1'1.. U Short.Ah Bta uols by Ltg IInl.nlt. Plakbam. w.a, '
Chief of these She waa care rally instructed
wan a rare ofrnbinstlon .
name. It consists of wide -
great doors '
dear who
my friends' are
la all 'her bs>d-woa
.. ic which counted nine spikes several letting miserable misunderstandings Mrs. of of the choicest xosdldBill roots knowledge), and :r _
Nancy Cleary, Brewers N. 0., and herbs found for' years she assisted ber la ber Vastcorrespondence. DAiSY'FLYXILLER" :
beat sdsp.ted for ..
Inches Icng. When the victim was run Qn from' year to year; you who are uttered a* II struck by llghtalns; She the ,-. = 'k.:::' 1
"t; asked for the last-tint "Will ;yon repent keeping wretched quarrels alive because .aye: "1 was almost paralysed from ears of the Ills and Weaknesses peon- I" C.. _, ,
?" It my wslat down and back: hart meconstantly liar to the female..11.and Lydia E.: Pink- To bar bands naturally 'fell the -
he said "No these doors yon cannot quite make up your my ...' >: $" -,1/, /,. ::: .
: from female troubles. i ham's friends and neighbors Irirasd direction of the work b.Dlta originator ', ... ,, '
were slammed and the victim i '
quivering mind Is '
tbe sacrifice
that to
now day : ,' .
had headache, seemed always tired, and that her compound relieved sad cured passed .;For -
nearly .
on these would away. twentyfive "
spikes suffer --I'
more your pride and kill them: ;you woo are felt a* If I..uclTlnll":. -I took wins of and it became quite popular she has continued .It and4 ,,/, -
anguish than Jesus Christ did on -Uiecross. the among years II".
sullenly not ,
passing men on street Uardul, which our.d me. and now I fuel then. nothing In ths work shows when = :... .,
;. Men and ''Women today would speaking to them out of some silly Ilk a new parson." Cardul relieves th. ." Iu . -
first E. '11"I .... .
,rather die than give up this old Bible. spite. and yet knowing that it would periodical pain and mak: sick: women All this so far was done freely, without Lydia Plnkham dropped her "' .w s.ara.w..r..
\ surrender the right to worship Ood fill you with shame and remorse if yon.. ...11. SUM' drugstores; .- money and without price as pen and the present Mrs. Plnkham,' -... .. .. .
now the mother of a lamrs ami_iva'L..Y 4
labor of 10".. .
according to the dictates of conscience.We heard that on?.of those men were dead ,
Wit assistants
enjoy liberty today because such tomorrow morning;'yog who ,are letting " Red hair has an awfully persistent But In 1871 the Unsocial crisis struck "capable"ap. woman ,i ma' cuaEa'ClTetr :
as herself the .
men and women have lived in the your neighbor starve'till you bear way 'of getting tangled 'up in one'j Ljnn. Its length and severity went .o )Finkham continues this present workandprobably Mrs 0'rUn' 'J1 e.lok', .i..
world. Let ns price the boon .which that he Is dying of starvation or letting temperament much for the large...I..tauIDte..ta. from ,'\
they purchased wltb suffering and your friend's heart ache for a word of of "tbe. Pinkhanv! family, as this 01... have the offlee of BO other rRetftI;.;
blood. ; 'of business suffered most from person so many women been advised a. In.. !. CtesstSay
appreciation or sympathy; which you 1)res.l.ry.Cbel.r mowb. Card bow to health. affect
regain Hick .1 s
pgrinaaaal emus
These Israelites bad been in captivity mean to give some dar-1f; you could Ky a trial 61 Dr. Blmrers Huckleberry Cor- fearful depression so when the Centennial ' this advice is "Yours for Health"women . Im 6Oclayo. TrW tmtaiei*, ,
for seven years: 42,800( of them went to know and see. and feel all of a sudden dial. At Druggists Uo and ells per bottle>> / year dawned it found their prop- given if ask (irea free.Xot> hlniroaa b*lalmrWrite 1
build the temple. Some old and arty swept Some other freely .yon only writs to Dr.H.N.Oreen's Scasv
were that "tbe time Is short bow it would !I away source for !It. .sao ll.... Boa *UaaS,4.
some young. Tb. young men shouted break the spell I hpw yon would go instantly After a mail marries he soon sets of income bad to be found Onus Is the ,
, for. joy. for tbey did not rememberSolomon's knd do/ be thing which you rid of the idea that be is the whole At this.point Lydia E. Plnkbsm's bam" Vegetable history of Lydla E. PlItt' Automobile Bargains.
I, Temple but the()>ld meq did. might never hove another chance to Vegetable Compound was made known ; w.. f 'If
show from
and they wept They wept first because do!-Phillips rookl. to the world. ., simple roots and herbs| the one OD 11\1l'D T. .w IIt'LTID,... 'O = I

Of the contrast between the --- The great medicine for women's ailments, t t't&"c.: ... "" "J> "' ,
three sons and the daughter, and tb. fitting monument to ;;su..tlw.ascii .: t::
amount .01 money wmcu David gave Ba.posalb/lity:/ Tar ............. BOX OF WAFERS FREE-NO DRUGS with their mother,.'combined forces to the" noble .
,. .... Solomon to build the temple with and Do you wish more strength? But if -CURES. BY, ABSORPTION.. wornaa<< ; whose, name,,it bears (At1"'Oe .

.,'f" the sum tbebad now. Secondly because you had more and misused it )'our' '

, .of tbe contrast between the condemnation would be greater than ('I Cur-. HoleMnv. e f na_Had HroatU sail8lona

number of men-Solomon had 800OO) your reproach now for work undone. Bed *.h-SKort HrretbrBlanesnear PUTNAM ,F FADELESS, DYES -w:

:. and now there were but 42,300. Solomon Do you wish more money? But if you Kruet.Ua_ ?tire
tncwKonlxtnirtiikrciHltaMcraoior .. .....
.j.' had 8000 overseers to keep the bad more its rust would the more sure.dyeat"your 'irr.calar tart Kt*.. $...Bp>>._ai..... Cills"sues I ens irwbuukM other d.. +.O.JLwrobrrbarrchssd rarkaxaolonnil Mia UoLta Tardr, /lONUWa.<) Weoulw ItUtU"f'tetter' lU' ihaa'an/othwdr- -ar1 N *. l.w.rb.r'"''aa !

''f' people! at work. walking delegate, if flesh as fire while the responsibility Take a Mull' Wafer' any time of the day
" you please., I wish all walking dele- for Its proper use would .or night and note lie immediate good n- WANTED TRIMMINGS. We use genuine Leather in our cushions

P pates were for that purpose. I won- burden the soul. Do you crave a larger ted on your stomscb. It auorbe' the IB., and bocks Leather Dash, and a fine leather Boot, Leather
der' It they ever bad a strike among field of work and influence But whatIf diwnlecU the stomach, kill. tbe poison All kind: live Wild Animals and Bird Rub 'Top with Leather Back Stays, Full) length Carpet roller

, .'. ,. them.. I wonder If 10,000 of these 80.- when gained, the field were unfilled germs and cure the disease.' Catarrh of .SCO APIECE rAIl >OK Iron., Quick Shifting Shaft Couplings our price only
the head and
p 000) ( laid to .the other eighty-four per and,the Influence that of an evil start make 1 throat bail unwuoiMom stomach: food' andov..tillif WILD TURKEYS .949._OO. Dealers sell the same kind for 165.00. We guarantee -

4cent f : "Unless you Join our society you A young minister had few to bear his any cotnach u entirely fire from" frcaroly lent of Ir.CrenCr..eb.ItsmtuUe.iaa"iebaU.C. every part of our Bn 'irv." A rood Harness for $.&49.' "

s.:' cannot work at all. It would hot have heat sermons; he complained to John some kind. Alull'a Anti-liefb \V lrr. will Write for Catalogue No. 73 ." _

I l been. allowed In Solomon's time. I Brown of hleddingtou. -1I id this was make your stomach. healthy' by. absorbing The first turblbe steamer pn the GOLDEN EAGLE. BUGGY CO., '

&.i bad .a. letter yesterday from .a prom I. I tbe reply: '"You have as many'bearers foul gases which arise undigMled- Pacific: will be the new steamer Ma- 1OO Ktfrferavood >>w.. ATLAJlfTAGA $49.00INCLINEDiobeGONSTIPATED.

".nent BUM In this city.'asking Ine Jf the every time you preach as you will care food stomach and enforcing enabling it to the lining of( tbe heno, of the Australian-Canadian line .
' thorousuly
< "?"cburcb .was the friend of labor. I to answer for at the day of Judgment. the food with the casino .juice. This mix 'sailing: from Vancouver to Sydney, '

;". want to state publicly the creed of the Pacific cure stomach trouble; promote digestion New South Wales, calling at Hono
., )d. K. Church. We are the friends of sweetens the breath atcro belching and
I, ks labor; wo are the mentis or all labor D..".., fermentation. Heart action becomes strong lulu Fiji and B.-isbane. ,

4l)o<.of every luau and woman, who inn to Be! s God for the wilderness think and rrguUr through this proce*. I II Aa Inclination to constipated .Is a common symptom of<< the American pcpIe.

: tarn a the sweat of the fltl't" God for long nights; be thankful that I ence JJicortl they drugs tin not,am you know' from expert, RUNNING SORES ON LIMBS. There is BO question but that ais la due la agrsM measure to iadigeatiosi. aDcI..tIJaL

1 -We are the friends not only of the you have been in the school of poverty JiV a ....'n'oo......cure. (N tomiM-h IItUI'O.,l trouble.method j r' indigestion comas from indiscretion ot diet. Let foods be daily Satan like

' sixteen per cent., but of the.80,000: of and have undergone the searching:/ mid tliat doe cure. A soothing, beating **aaUun Lithe Glrl' OtiiUaate ..
Case oCUether
100 per cent, of labor and anybody testing o( much discipline.; Take the know IttiUntly, Enema-
"'who is not a friend of 100 per cent is right. view of your trials. You: are WuUAnil.Dek-h Wafers will I : Ssyci "Cuttrun ltemedlaa ,

It-l.J1ot a true friend of labor' That ia tbe nearer Heaven for.the graves yon have do tlii, and eu want you to know. it. This I Ho..boI4It..4"r." .- DR PRICE'S.r

.decreed: of the )L E."Church, and I stateaflt dug if you, have accepted .bereavements offer. may not !appear again.GOOD . "Last.yearr after having my little girl ;

for them because they. do not seem In the right spirit; you are wiser! J treated by s very prominent physician for 0WHEAT'FLAKE,
"ridlsposel to< state it for themselves. .n obtinst case of i retorted to
for tbe losses ;you hove bravely'borne. 1S121S FOR. 23o. 1<2 eczema. '
lAhd' I believe, I state tbe creed of all but you are nobler for all the sacrifices the Cuticura Kcmedio,. and was so well CELERY

Protestant churches in this country.: ;rOil have willingly I1Jleted.-Dr. Send this coupon with your- name p'.ctMd: with the almost! instantanecua relief '

57* Then 'again I think the old men Joseph! Parker.; and address and your,druggut's name afforded that we discarded the physician .

:\,wept because!! of the contrast in the and lOc. I..."'m,.. or silver, and we '* prescription and relied entirely on : :

F',' plans of the! two temples live HolI..... will have supply you a sample free if you the Cutieura soap, Cuticura Ointment and FOOD

t '" "The Desire of All Nations. That is I It Is better to live a good life than to Wafer.'I'aMd, and _will' alp Mull'send.Anti-lieleh yea a errtiHeale Cuticura Pills.] ,When. commenced with ,

r one of the names of Christ lie had bo talking about it.,better to live holiness good for 2rte. toward the por- the Cuticura Remedies her feet and limbs ,

;' 'over 300 different appellations... Jacob: than to proclaim that one lives i.. cmiee ofjnorelMch'Wa&n.. ,You will were r,covered with running sorrs. In J
:;:called Him "Shllob;" Job. ."The Deliverer If tbe sun makes a noise we do not find them invalnabta for tomaoji trouhle about- six"week.w. had bar completely aad there would be no coaatlpatlDo' stomach-no formation of gas:-aa It ls' 1'

? ;", David "The Shepherd;" Isaiah hear it.' The brilliant electric lights | cure by aUM>rt.tion. Addree .v I well: and there has been recurrence ot,I made from tke whole 'wneat-berry-b k d et a kigb'temperatur.-sU lndipdit.matsor ." .

P"Wonderful." "C unlelor." "Mighty Mate forth without crackling. Tb.IIlbtl1o'O.el MUC.I/S' I Are 0"1'--/01110, Rock helene; U>>.,,. xa: 'JJ the trouble.;, We nod that the Cutictira removed. ,
.::. :04" "Everlasting Father" nod flame out their rays over SfOiet Remedies are s .llI8bl..ouaeboct standby l
'T Prince of Peace;" Joliri the Baptist, the perilous seas without tbe proclamation -- full,JMriMi.sad KXto flatmfy.All ._ living as we do twelve miles /torn s Palrfabla-NuWtlow-Easy of Digestion tad Ready to Ell

'Tbe Lamb of God;" Panl) .tha. "Fore- of bells or the firing of cannon. doctor,, sod where it costs from treaty to

q runner;" .kt tbe Isle of Patmos, Jesus So the truest purest and best" lives twenty-five dollar to, earn up en the. kW eloatre M a1i) '." tb ne tDa

said; PI am-Alpha and Omega the simply ,let jbelr' light shine,. as.. the .Doa -.eme1 dmniats.ot.DrW.BOe..per tvw. er hr mail Mountain. Mr' Lime' Vincent Thomas ----,..,.... ?Qt. :CAo.
r b -vWI I Kairmottnt W.Id... JUdge, Terra II, .. ,
first and the last the brlrht and morning blessed Bavlour! commanded.,; ':.
\ star... and John1 called Him "KIng u__ __ ________,__ W, WOS." % Pd.*the eewlow.I pr.Pd... Crass Bts ? Powdw u4 D.ilatus moriBff '.,
? and Lord of Lords." ..If'A *.* .r ..eII......, A'. li .tlwayiat'it- : 'OCl.j' ' . y.pp' 't
of Kings But that" I' man's gratitude People) who think before they. ..' 1Jt ',.. 'II '

she sweetest Mme of all is Jesus u. thing contplDporal'J".lu.I'e-lta on*. beat gnat beJorelyoa do him a Ayq-;. yooa"get out of the habit o| :rs ..:; aU 1a.1, Pa '''Jtr'a 41 IVI r s ; <'\>. +
what a "sweet'name" is. lie Is nivsvlour. which Christians; as well as ether I 'j r '__.'" _. .gl'4CBMTS A PA a.iInMii miutmtmla .. _........ &........, "
'' .: It took atn angel to'bring that need at the present day, Is buck-,

;111I.. (clbrlel said? "His name shall bone. Not backbone like a ramrod

called)'Jesti."-that:la the sweetest that cannot rleld..belld. bat a well, .

me of ail-"His name shall be above articulated spinal column, which is, '

'jwrnes.". "At the"JIADie. .ot.J. su.. strong.enough to hold'a man upright i Creole Will Restore those Gray Hairs
'. try knee shall bow.** l and keep blm'frow- being rrnsbfed be-

Esviovr to fistbUhemTrame: newtb the burdens that press upon him.
Toes ar,. dayf/lot easy going; piety:
avans-n .ham* 'i.\i K '
by juia
B7. uf. bleat.sorrow"be His name. ; and men are two cftec.j.roleU by,, com. i > c Mi .'. I J R ,

.: ,ujSl-CeUiag far'all. ('.. : promise" ; n" !.f',,tl&a.u..bJ: : OAade lle..a;:
n 1 s1 Yes "j\:\ fTfW "

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1 of Intention for Longhman la JJk Couatr Florida and ..Ip I shall Public Road Notice.,,
SAWWU ; Notice to App ly I
: ktjcnMAN44A have Its principal oflloa In the. town of Ocala In !

Charter. the county of Marlon, and Stage) of Florida A Plat of the Proposed Chang In the Pleasant ANNEX SALOON Orlando PL
Hill Road In Tp. MrSt. ,

.- iI.; :!I.tce b .......' dvm than/' the aind.r.txn.I ARTICLE IV f I Notice I* hereby given. that it .. the InWntJrllI I ,

... a Force of About" will apply to ..... J ad..of the. Circuit Court of the. '..... general. naturaof the builnass to be tram*; rf the Board of County Commissioner of Oeceola .. ",, ._..._ ,
SsrranUi Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for acted by this corporation shall ba the. manufactureand. County. Florid at the next.respulsr meeting of -"L - r _

,. 3A Bands. f OM County of Oaoaola at Tltuavllla n
8 with Tax MId Court may .... on the t th day of store. Brass tie. hlngle. and lumber the . A. D. 190 to ehang flu: route. of the. public

J G1'4IIa\E'ln-; \ the reporter' May. IMS. for a Charter Ineorporatlns-. "NarSunahlna farming buylng.'selltng or refining of crude gum road Pleasant Hill In Tp. W. a r 119 *, aa recorded To My Friends and
.oC"aklr. and Consumptive In | ot-Uia Minutes of ._id. Board ( '.
e a. : uarhm..n. In the .x- ooo.see Horn for and other crud. products from pin tree* and Book on ., ,
northeastern end of.this *" under th. following prc osd Charter, pine wood; th* building and operating of railroads Page UL ao aa to run tie follows] _t ... .. "

.had DO ldeof finding there'what county. th*original of whlah la ....-attached sat Iliad. and tram road to b* used In connection with said Commencing t lU chains west of th. half-mile '" "

'wMdid.thelargest 'Cypress' mill tnfvotalh In U.. .0/11... of u.. 'Clerk of the Circuit t Court In business, the said roads net td b* used. a* commawlers atake on section line between Section S.and 17 on the Public Generally) .

Florida and perhaps In the and (or aald County Ososola.. ; the loaning of money and the taking of present .read thence to run west along said section .. .

Mtttre 8law Witness om name thU lard day of April A. propertyrotherdseuau..curity therefor*; ..... lice t.tbtnortheast corner of the nw 1-4 of ,

This plant'U tinder the roatialfvmeniet D. 1904. I I buying. aelllngfc.handllng and In anywis: .dealingIn nw 1-4 of Sea 17. thence. to run south SS degree* ,',I

Capt. Dave Barnes. who .howM us MARIE Iw ENN18. all kinds of morahandisa at. wholesale. retail or west 46 chain and 86 link to the one-half mile ,

FLORENCE B. BEST. on oomm..... ... This coreoratiun'sh.ll also hays; stake! pn section line between sections 17 and 18,1\ .
I.lad the free
every clam of 001lrLe1l1 the place, henoe gave-'we u*'bad an opportunily ELIZABETH. A BEARS. 'the power to,hold. buy. own-onn* ( ol, develop, aull.convey 1. thenc
\ of Seeing the mill under JOIlS P. ENN13. lessor rvloas*,, mortgage, piedgjs, ", sx-t section corns being the southwest corner of 8ee4.lon47."th -
SOPHIE ENNIS. change, Itnproveorotlanwlaed.alln., and disposeof ..nce south along the section line .- \ attention; orders for '
I: 'nnst favorable circumstances) . and ,1 will] give ]prompt to all ,
Ther*"..r. two large mllU, one for .....:-.- ,- buth-real.nd personal property of any' nature 19 and IM. 824 chains to a dead .:i
and kind whatsoever, and do all other thing, pine tio* standing just north of a cypress wamp '
iutuberaswlog'tnd the other for shin r'r .PROPOSEDCHARTER :
thence south 60 degree east to pine stake' 1-4 Vflilskcj' Wine Beer entrusted to liie and Invite :
4 .4tte*.' There Is a force .of 'nearly *M) i OF' necessary, appropriate convenient, or' Incidental a or :.
a. -.eln"llJed and boy run night'and NARCOOSSE eer.' RUNSIIINE HOME AND 8ANI- to the pu.h..ln stated; vocal. paymentfor chains, being just south of an opening or crossing' ', .

day turning. out 1 $.OOO feet of lumber TARIUM FOR CONSUMPTIVES. .11 or any.portion of llf capita) stock subscribed.'yin'. old cypress swamp, thence south'SS 1-2 degrees all my .former patrons! to make my place] their ; .
for In labor service4 t.f a weal fourteen chaina and 17 ,-I links to said ':
day themselves _her money property or. ,
per bullInes. Th undersigned aasoclat just valuation thereof to b* Axed by the Board of section line between secelons 19 and 110 to a |>lne .}
Iujsoonection with the milling aad '
for the purpose of becoming Incorporated tree on said section line Justsouth paid headquarters when In Orlando. .' : .: ,
t* an up-to-date electric plant.. forming a benevolent association render and by Directors, and to have and exm-else any other. cypress
aced. everything Is lighted by electricity. ef with and powers a* may be necessary and convenient for' swamp. thane south along old section' lln, 81 '
virtue of the law of the su
'i like the. several businesses hereby Intended to be carried chain to. the southwest corner section post of section : - - )- - ,
'It. U Impossible to give anything under tha following proposed charter ;
20 thence south along the section line ..... I
\by said corporation. The foregoing clauses
Metalleil description of the plant AKtlCLK I. -
Sf twean 29 and 80. 40 chains to the;1-2 mile stake I !
on .
herein forth .hallbelcoatrud.o independentbusinesses
hence we can leave that to the ,lrauxlnaMon .- Th. name of th. association shall ba the "NsreaaseSunshin11oni'and \
s of the reader.. Sanitarium for Con and pow..nd the enumeration of said section line th.ncla..t'- chaos to p..ntroedbed. '. LOWEST PRICES (
The known as the Ever b "located" any specific business or power. shall not ba hold to and to establish. said changed route ass .
company aumptlvea. and the pUc when it la to road. )
Blade Cypress Lumber' Co., have Oseeola and Slawof limit or restrict any manner any other bll.ln_ public !
U Naroooase In the County l' '
this Witness my hand a* ex-offlclo Cluck of said ,
very modern convenience for hand- or power of. corporation. This cnporlonahall . ? .
several9xltles Florida. also have the to own and deal in stocks Board and the official seal of paid Board this nth '
1 timber having power
.J cypress of railway and two enginestfolag Th vaneral naturf thiohjeot;, of th. association I- and bond., of other;corporations, and to represent day of May. A.. D' 1904. ... . "RYE; from $2.00; up ' . ; ,
_ (lSeat] E. U LESLEY.. ,
continually handling cypress of and vote such stock at atock-holder meetings, to .
b the and treatment patienU
shall are .
-from ..he..wamp... They have hoist- our.ring. from the disease of consumption :. iigaita In any of the businesses enumerated heroin 20-4t: __ Clerk Circuit-' Court.Osceola. Co.. Fla. 1 "':'F"": -- .

t tag machinery and handle logs weighIng AKTICLKII1. as a partner with others, be thecorporations. Public Road otice. 7 CORN trout $2.00 up .

Ions with all ease. Ther, have Any while person shall b* qualified' to '- .a or Individuals generally to have, xrcls' and .

machinery of the same kind In the Member of U.. Association; upon th* payment' to enjoy all the rights, ppwr and privlleiree of oorporationa Not Ice Is hereby given that. it Is tha Intention .' . / GIN from $2.00 up

:f owamps and find no difficulty in load- the Association of such admission" fee a*may b* for profit organised and existing under of the Board of County Commissioners. of Osceola I .

iti r and unload ng loirs of the largest ....ul...... '" the laws of the Stale of Florida County, Florida at the next regular meeting ofaaid '. ,

*U*._JThe mill equipment Is the finent ARTICLE IV ARTICLE IIL Board to b*'held on Monday the 4th d.yof 'r- '. OTHER: GOODS .. : .

money could buy and cost hundreds The term for which th. Assoclstlon to exist June, 1906 to change the public 'road from J, S. .

of thousands of dollars hall. b* ;wanly Tha amount of the capital stock of the said corporation Walkers51cro to the Basinger.xar.han.e aa it '

r, A large comnolsslonary is' running y; shall .be fifty thousand dollars tSO.OOO. now runs through the nw 1-4 of nW 1-4 of Section IN PROPOR1 ION .

N And furnishes supplies for the mill .The names and residence .of the subscriber sr divided Into five hundred (1\001 chorea each of thepar I 83 in Tp. 88 s r S3 a, so as to'run as follows: Be
the value of one hundred. dollars (*100). to be paid I ..
+fiaads Comfortable cottages dot as follows. : ginning the na corner of said forty and.running --.. .. e
.woods'around beautiful lake and for In caah property.."labor or services aa herein thenoe west 20 chaina to the ofsaid
Jane Plarca of New York City, Mew York. I nw corner '
r these people enjoy_ as many amt .Mmrle Burn of New York City. New York. proyfdcdi; and upon such term and conditions aa ;i forty acre tract, to establish said proposed With thau'-is for favors and

t' wen lenoe. a* do people In much.larger. : Isabel Ball. of Summit;New Jersey.Annla may bo determined by the Board of. Director aala route aa th. public road and to discontinue. thepresent . many past .
) herein provided for .
Cowos. L. Mason of Brooklyn. Nsw York. road.Witno.myhand.
The this mill was a re vela. Mai-caret S. Walker: of New Haven. Connect-! ARTICLE IV.- as ex-ofllclo Clerk of said soliciting a continuance of your patronage -

Lion to the reporter and we grazed in cut Board and the seal of aald Board this llth day of
open'eyed wonder the Immensity The tern for which said corporation ahall exist May. A. D. ItIOII 'E. I "
upon Allo Bodln liaise/ of Wllllamsbur N.w Jersey. i U LESLEY.Seal am, _
of the plant, shall be fifty years. ( ) Clerk Circuit Court Osceola Co.. Fla.r .
.. .. ..
told has --.-.- --- ---- - -- .
We' were this company Kilts Oreen of New York city. New York. ARTICLE v. Yours
truly ,
enough timber to keep them busy for Addle Wallvrataln. MD. of New York City Notice of Application For Tax -.
she next twenty years, henoe it can be The business of said corporation shall-be eon-
Nw York. Deed Under of
I.**en Polk county Is dlttlned to long ducted by the following officers: One President Section 8
i Sophie Enols of Narcoosse Florida
a enjoy the'fruits of having such an en, one Vice-President, one Secretary, ; end Treasurer Chapter 4888. Laws 61 l t
.John P. Ennls.: of Narcoossee. Florida.
within her borders.-llartow and a Board of throe Directors and such other officers Florida. R. T. BUTLER.'f.rIH Bertha C. Brewer of Germantown. Pennsylvania.
aa may be deemed necessary and determined ;{
f' I from time to time by the Board of Directors. Theoffice Notlra: In hereby given that' J, Rl nmons.linntinner
Florence B. Best oQ N.__ Florida. of Tax I ertlnVsUi No. ]2..l. dm-
Always Cures. Elisabeth A. San o'f Narcooasee. FlorId. and of Secretary and Treasurer may be held by ... Ihtm, hnllld .
'To'cure' disease must meetthsrrqulrements the earn parson in lh. discretion of the Board of said nlfluMta In In) r 0......,' and has made JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. '
a remedy Msria L Ennls, of Narcooasee, Florida ,, :
Directors.. The number of members of tha Board .I.I.'I..U| for lax deed Ui Issue Ip, acconlsuce
of the general system with law .
Tlaggai'd's, Specific Tablets. do ibis and ARTICLE VI. of Directors may ba changed at any tf).......aa maybe nand| rertlflrala ..mb.....,... the followingde-.
NI>,.. The aTalrs/ of the Association shall be m.n.d'by. provided for by the bylaws of the said corpora .erinr.lpropvrty sltiiMtvd hi 0'0".1. County, J- 1 --.-- .- i\\
cure Indigestion, C.nlllipatlon\ President Vice-President, and Sec..tary'and I.lorlda, to''Il: :
\ . a a a tion. Thedirectors shall be elected to serve for
1ou.'deblltty, add... I'w ,14 of arq)" An-tlnn Stt. Tp. BA 8 R SO! E. .
Treasurer a board of Av Director, three ol
.' troubles, Lost vltHlliy, and all kindred the torm of on. year by the stock-holders. Ths 'n..- call Illlll. bl-lllg a..f>Kf..l St the lSUOf
the entireaystein whom hall be resident of the State of Florida, election to be hold on the first Monday of April of the Issuace01 mifh e..tlde.W In the uameof

disease, by building up and a board of sewn advisors' none flf whom need each year, and the officers shall ba elected by the R .... Kiuw, ARI.Utilfss . LIQUORS j
The various structures are aaid paid| | rertlflcat4 shall... redeemed, afl
be resident of|the Stale of Florida. The .
braced up and reinforced b,. themtablets I director.' *Immediately after- tho election of thedirectors e..ding In ...... lax dead l will\ issue l thereon ou
r and the excited to Board of- Director. shall be serve for the by the stock-holders. Tsdinct.roahallave IhfJIM rtavof. hay. A. D1'lMVV'tnns
organ term of on.year by th. ht..a.J..n; election Ub full to adopt b.I.... for the controlof mr oltli-U slu/atyrre, and '*.-.1 this .
; healthy functional action., Send for held on th..second Wednesday in November ol power t"a..J). the itrth Uaj of *{. lomi." -). :
th. aaid corporation, and thereafter at '
wonderful : anyems
book. of particulars and .L I.KNt.KY.
eurePrice box fiOceuts. If each )'...;and the. omce..nd theBoard -of Advisors I : to amend alter, modify reclpd! said br Cle iIuenitmoonOat .
per your will t shall ba elected by the Directors-immediately lawa. .wda 'ouuty. Florida.ny ALL THE LEADING BR 6.MDS: OF
+ duggls. cannot supply they
.you. after th*election of the Dlnctont by lid tv y1tTTt,.l.fc D. O
be mailed of price prepaid.Addwall The name of the officers who are to conduct the. .-

.upon-receipt Haggard Specific Co., members Nln member shall constitute aeun ousineaaof said corporation until those. elected .t
rum fat ths transaction of brine Notice 01< Application For Tax
any the first election. shall have qualified followa -
Atlanta Oa. LUlSSIONARy : ar aa '
'. > AHTICLHViI.Tb. to : Deed Under Section 8 ot WHISKIES

C *.*. >***.*.*******//rt*****: 1 name of the. officers who are maruure thiaffslrs OFFICERS. Chapter 4888! Laws of .
of the Association' until th. Ant election. I I'I .
J .. under the Charles follow ]. president. Florida. .
_ aa A. Pettaway. aa .eaaw n. '
"i: 'I I II
/ COLUMN. j orriCEsB: I C. Horns lea-President 1"011..81. hereby flvert' tha' J. M. OsMner.purahast't i
:I Florence Best'Presld nC. .. I H, H. Petteway. Sect. and Treasurer. of Tax Cwrtlrtraie' No. At9: dAted the :
,, B.Y'M* re. E, M.,Smith. : Elisabeth A Sane Vic.-Presld.nt '' a' Inv dsv of July A D. I'.HIII! : hn. fl exl said: eertl.: Imported .and Domestic Wines! Ports Sherries, ;
I ,
DIRECTORS.: Ilrsi4In mjr office and ha made application I
df..lkasse floe fkSince : Maria ... Ennls, Secretary and Treasurer." \, ... ... .. ItirUkx: dyed to Issue In ace .rdsnce .....hl.w., ,, '
I4g2b'umaniL' .-'trom"all -li--"', .1.OAiao/ Or I.EO'I'O.-V!. vjajlj: : 0 J Pett.wtyt U Horne H.,R.,Pattaw.If..t Nod eprltfltHi emhrarvs the following den Lftgellca. Clarets! ;Santcrno, Rhino Wines., :
'; .
"quareri *Florence B. Beat.j Elizabeth "A. Stars?:; Maria LIEnnls. : , "ARTICLE Bribed) onriy|" Bluiatvd iu Osoeola count,. '
." t North. American . Jan !'Ie..nd All. Bodln Hslsey.J fII .!1. t.'olr,5k;;; 'b: )u 7 rWFplTb. Florid, t--w.a. I' \' if-i""',\1.'tJ! ; !. Impor"" (l : and Domestic (; Ruii.'
During amount ;' ; Block'118 ; nranaiesJlGlhs,1 .
'horei the past ,;year ; the : highest i.deht.dnpes or yliabllltyo w nor Ixit (II. ," donthF'nrflaReIImei ]
\ J|,%\ : i y15.OAaaOrADVIga11/r 74'tJ WS .'. .' ". .
( 'Klusimma
) aurvey of ;; 1.
s r 'CJnltedSlaws has 'receive! .will.In' her which the aald. corporation Tshall.'atany' time : mt'; ; '! *
I ; ; ;
Jsne Pierce; Annie If Mason. Maria Burns. Isabel feotti 4B borders 1.026.400 foreigners. Of this. Bailey KKts G....... Addle WalderaUln :.subject. itself shall be the amount of' its;capital '- w7S ft. . '.., --w. .,., .- Scotch\Wliiskles.. V'MSfil',I: ,,, .\' >; ;. |
It number 00,717 gave1 a. their destination MarraretS Walker .stock.. The said laud belli* assessed at the data : issuance ol such certiflvate iu the name of '
south -.L
teen of the
ARTICLE vm ARTICLE: VIL jLanitlry, J. T *'
Mason and Dixon line,-8072 ''coming Th By-law of tha Association shall be made Cnl:::t*** and 'Ccrtlfloate shall be redeemed .. L
Our The aurnaturaa. name*and place. of residenceof weoordlng iu law tea lee4 will Utu thereon
Co out own state Florida.. ChristSan I
., altered '
or rescinded by the Board of Directors.AHITULEIIL
r land today ataodswide. open I the subscribing Inoorporator and' tha. amountof on Witness the SlVi mromdirf dr of.June.slKiniliire. A. I D. IWNI.end seal this tht4th THE FAMOUS ,

'r field for mlailADary( work.': and wemifat Th highest amount of Indebtedness to which; capital stock aubacribed by each'", are as follow dmy of Jan. A. I>, UKM a

be lnpind doing" in order that the Association shall at time *: [r..l E. L L"8MCY.CIvuLUInnlt .
elevate- ,hue foreigners toour any subject Itself. I Q. A. Pettaway Ocala Wlda.. one. hundred and ; ..... Court Osreola County Florida ---
I we .
own'.uperlor standard. shall the property never be Of sraatar thv Association.Tha than one-half. the..alu.of twenty-five share ' -BrW.8 HARWKLL I). (3.D1L Cream' Kentucky r'

Much cood la being accomplished I* nome Ocala Florida,' ona hundred, andtaronty.harew
U'.UUL-1C L Cantiifni'Jlyo
In the Settlement Horne ate. the' Fulton amount In value of tho real estate which J.V, SIMPSON '. .

nag and Cotton Mills -at :'Atlanta.TTblt th. Association may hold"subject always to theappsovalofthe H. .H. ..Petteway. Loughnun. Florida fIaharM. .. Echo) Spring Rye
home charge bf Miss Rosa DEN JudK of the Circuit Court In and rim.I'h
Lows wbo'la proving -most. "Hl'dentChristian STATE Lebanon Club Bourbon '
Oth'w I
'm..n" for stU Osceola county shall not exceed. Twenty '". :aOver ruii py.
worker. No can lt- MARIONSBefore "
Thousand Dollar COUNTY OF '
Hess the working: of this institution MARIE I, ENNIS. : me the undersigned officer duly authorised OFF70F. UO 1RS: t 9. a. m. to 12 m. Bounty Corn
without belni thrlll-d with the POHHI- I30to6:30p.: m. BUDWEISER
;, Fla." to take acknowledgement. of deeds, personally% Old. Harvest Corn
Telephone! No. 76 Jun 5, Ivr. '
of suon work
bully among our factory FLORENCE B. BEST. appeared Q. A. P.t way to me well known to_be . .

popula lon. _It a.I thus with day 0111"rle.'oIlbnKnool. Nareoossee, F.... 'tha person described In and who aubscribed hi* A. VANS AGNEW ,
!.. P ,
/ baths athletic ELIZABETH A. 8EA.RS. name to, and who executed the foregoing Inatru.. .
.. lub clinics, free dispensaries, Sun- '
ment and acknowledged that ha executed the
schools that Woman's I ATTORNEY, AT LAW... ;.... -
etc. CHASE'S
slay our
JOHN ENNUIS., same fo'.the use and purposea therein. *xprad.Witness I MALT
eHome Mission Society Is solving the ... I PUBLIC ,
1. -. Fla. my hand and offldaVaeal at Ocala 'in AND NoTAKY :1..KIS THE KING OF'BOTTLED

t problem of reaching) our ..rapidIn' SOPHIE. ENNIS, the. coantr aforesaid this 11tb'day of April A. D. Distilled especially for
reasLg' ( racklr-1.pupul.t.lon. N_ Fla. 18OL.'. --- .. lMl\I :E. FLA.. x

A similar.borne has been! successfully, 4 I medicinal .
Seal :
.stabll.he BEER
"* ;State WILL&ON
Notary Public of'Florida.My JR.
,rood work J ;
go rteadlly on, and mar commlsaion. axpiraa May 10 1909.

many' souls be saved from ruin by the Before ..... th undersigned Notary Public la STATE OF ARKANSAS NOTARY PUBLIC... l ll

Influences oi these. worthy Institutions and for Mid County and State, personally appearad > "* S STATE LARGE. V
-l AT S-
Marl I,. Ennls, to .... well known, who COUNTY OF OAKLAND.) MALT *
t upon oath, -n that she is one of th* ahoy Before ....,'the undersigned officer duly author. Real Estate Agent. '

Whereat, Mr*. M. A. Farnsworthhas named subscribers to the above and foregoing powpsaod lead Intake. acknowledgement of deeds. personally ,KISSIMMEE"FLORIDA DflZEN and other brands of '
seep; $lies )
Ot to from
remove our midstto Charter and that It la Intendnd In good faithto appeared L, Home, to me well known to' be the "
; Dayton Tenn. ..e."as Whiskey too
a society '
.shall Usher faithful presence and therein.nrryout purposes and. objects eel forth person described In and who subscribed his name 'T e M. RIVERS. M. I). numerous $
to. and who executed f..lne.ln.tru..nt.
Physician endSurgeon.Wrfi'EIRSIMYEE'n1tJG to mention.
words Of enlightenment and
noourage- Sworn toad.ubsorib.dbefonm and acknowledged that he executed the earns for ,
-KH>nt, and do feel that the loss is Irre. .this. 23rd day of .MAIUELENNIS. the uaea and purpoaaa therein expressed.Wltnesi : COMPANY.
parable. She PHONBS-Onlcao-III; Realdet.ce. S3BIMIMMIB
was always .
April At D ItIOII' ,
., my hand and official seal at Hot Springs.Arkanaa .
-&nd with her saintly .countenancebeaming FLA.DR..LES "
'f. A VANS AGNEW. Notary Public. In the county aforesaid this 14th day of

with'the Saviour's lov.e. it ISatLI My Commission ...P......July IS. WOT. April. A. D. MM. -

was Woman's she Home who always,.Mia.Ion I inspired Society the,of , --- (Seal) C. W. FRY. ;:Y'W. WEEDON. WhiskeyBottled in BontBass's .>, ::

Notary Public
'&be M. E..ehurcb 8. of Kitsiromee to Notice pf Intemon to Apply' For ; SPECIALIST
a fuller sense of 1Iiefr' duty and to I My commission' expire January lOUt 1910. .YB, BAR. NOS AND THROAT. Ale

more bravely toll c, In' the .Master's Letters Patent.Notice ;, STATE OF FLORIDA> Private ROllplt"l. Atnertcan National! ) Guituiess's Stottt;'; .

,vineyard, where truly, the barv"8la,: COUNTY OF OSCEOLA) Bank\ : Bid i', Tampa Fla. '. .

..._1.11.41. We do feel sad at her depart- b harvby given that the undersigned will : Before... the und..ia'ned'om-r.' duly authortiled -
.apply to the Governor of th* Stan of Florida, at '
44rd. therefore be It resolved-That to take acknowledgement of deeds personally 'The Life Insurance LOWESTPRICES BY THE GALLON
Tallahassee on the lpth day of Mar A. D. ISO, i iRYE
we, the Mission Society express: appeared H.H. Pettaway to me well known to b* I muddle baa started the public to thlok'j '
t ( ).11'..' Farnsworth 'our profoubd. rerrete for totters Palttn"'clnoorpo..Uq tha "Petteway : from J32.OO.TJJ
Q Naval Store Company under the the person deecribed In and who subscribed hla I In a:., The wonderful .ucces8 .. .
< at" her departure.' and assure following proposed name to, and who executed the.foregoing Ballard'a "
'tier that our...united prayers, will, go charter, ..... original of which Is now on die ment, and acknowledged that he executed 1-1 the ,I met Its crusade on Horehound Coughs Influenza Syrup in I. CORN: ::: from. 332.OO up '
with her to her new home where In the office of th.Seer t ry of State of the State ..
i we.alncerely ** same for the use and purposes therein Bronchitis 'and.. all Pulmonary :
trust that she will\ receive a of Florida.' IfIIIr Witness mjr.haod and official .- at K""'P..j' troubles-has .started the public to : GIN: .CroaaoL:: $2.OO Tap: ,
welcome 'Witness our names this thdx. of April A. D.boa .
S' :waitn among the ::.Christian In thai. county aforesaid; this 4th day of April. A. D. thinking of this wonderful prepa

people of that community' 190*. P. A. VANS AGNEW. I ration.. They'are all using It.. Join AND ALL OTHER. LIQUORS IN PROPORTION: 4.

+ d 2Tbat, appreciate her., molt G. A. PETTEWAr,. (Seal) Notary Public. the procession and down with sickness ''

.'f arnest, workflo our society'here,' aqd .,. H. U HORNE., I My otIImta..I.." explree July U. 1907., Prloe'260, boo and tl.OO. ::
>.ore' most. heartily commend her to H. PETTEWAY. .

'sDod's'a evildren at Dayton Teon. and .- PROPOSED CHARm l' : ; I'
ttbls richest blesslor be bestowed : l '."
OF! Has Stood The Test 25' YearsGrove's H. .
W. '
*ipon be-r.ias, she paticutly, journeys IVlETCALF Co.ORANGE :
, ,-aapward to.: the 'house not with PETTEWAT: NAVAL STORES COMPANY; .. w : >

\, "-fiaads," where we know a bright. and ,I Tfco............. hereby'assnelate' theme" :1_ J) '- .-.. ,

}. ...tarrycrown svwalts her. au thor for th. purpos.of becoming InoorporatedaiidfcirmlngaeorporatioaBnderandbrvirtu 'AVE ,'ORL'ANDO. FLA.f. .'

\ (-That % copy of these .resolutions ot : '

Is* seas to the Valley Gazette for pub ; the laws of the State of Florida, wild and tuder' 'It. ". . .
&.J Uoatlon, and also ,be.copied 10' the the following proposed cbartart .1. .1 - "7'"il JUG r. TRADEA: SPECIALTY
>( ,t s r.. in Seoretarysa: of ''the .'
,,T .M.Society / - 4 :tasteless Gllill'' nkI "
o ro.w-
The aims d the oarporatiotiway shall ,, ; Orders' 't
"';> '
MistV All with J. f
., : I'u',,_-81.S"J'OVus : Naval.....'.Cowpa-qr." and its, pli elpa,. "" : t, iG : : : ", !1rNO C. Wallnco. 'will receive. !
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c plaaaof bid-w.haa b at UK Pet_. sHin t .
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