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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 1907
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: VID00277
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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' "' :iiaaabas'axxvumulated a'-, ..onitortablefortune f .nation whloh to live- paly '-I: ', Crtaatflt- 'Ch*.'
6aowIG1M.resiC IICRIN' ,
.J IISSIIm'S and his 'holding- In various for the day; reaps without sewiag . ,' ,', Corporation wouM enable him to seethe wi'h> ,' ssiMtexpect : tIf The Creeoent.Clubwatoh; ":the ..- ..,
'' '''IY : corporation '. side! of questions .. the penalty ot r the prodigal M ADf PfWtTUAL batiM: club Of tbe'gee.otkOrsde'in! "' ''
well .. the ,contrary. viewIt. is not whose labor'could with'vdiflculty find .>
., , .. tbe Osoeola, {EIIirliS booi.boJda I; '., .' tkougM that his holdings are so large broth' bare means \ "fc louthThe'r \
4 FiIInS'' 'Sowii TheY that he is so much absorbed AVlth tbe :: A.people without children would two* Ub-
) corporation spirit'1... to be blinded to face a hopeless future. ; country with Judge Locke's )DeyWeaAdyerse" ; feet debated at the last. three nWetlnge

ti GrwtII ".1M elletlleear'. A : the public rights by them' out'' trees 1 I. almost., as hopeless, 'ItO'' '"rd.. were:' ''''fbe' South Should'Boihi.Her
kg' the fast' few.; Years.inoe ; If Mr. Jean ings; ts accepted as the forest that are so used; that they cannot Drateajpe Own Churches; ,'Schools Mid libraries
candidate! this offerthe themselves Judge Locke 'United- ;States
popular mav renew will soon ; : ; ofRthey
and ;
the 0-rongh.t ,:tab\oh bas been solution'of\a': problem .tba' has undoubtedly ish and with them' all ,their beD' .....: Court?) (list Friday" an.order Mot Aooept, the Money of Northern I
\ipon ".> for, SO nan/,; 'months 'Is : caused.the faction headedby A true forest Is not merely a. storelouse issued Capitalists.;:? ".Mo"'J) L.'Y"' Art
.All unbroken, there having been, no the present governor some concern full of wood, but a* It ,were a makkg'pet'petual' the temporary' lnUDCtlot Lost,' nalli-oild wAceIant' . .,than: by. r

material r.1Dfali lnce., September 1 1ylasting i ,vThe 'cost of :running' .for the factory of wood and at the same 'timea ) Issued "about (a year'ago'; In Water;" VWomaVf ,SufTragtIa ..
:trucking O< all kind bat been delayed office of governor is easily oeOmputedal reservoir of water.' When you help hV ease> of the Southern Slates Land .
', hevlnf Right.,?': T)>ere ,.ai .'q''I4'' "* spiriteddebate ,' r
la rt nrcases not !
] snug fortune, and thepeoplefs to preserve'our forestsor' to plantnpw sir Tbn'berJ'Cofup ".., 'rbe State
been attempted!'royel al.o are side of the political' arena might be ata ones'you are acting the part of ny Comrn.IODen1'In on 'the: "ls.\ subjectbui ihenegatlveslde ,
,-uff.rln//, excepting In a #few Jnstances loss to find a candidate' r,1tj]) the Iofood citizens.The value .A>f fo.t.rlde..r.eI Board of Prainage l1 "woo. ;"*' '* \

I. j where Urtgation:. been retorted w..1, necessary qualities who has enough, therefore to be the this connection ,we'exoerpt'jtliefollowing ( The officers chosen at the''laut. elect I
'and< ib.*. II _very._ Indication- of a' money to invest in political\ amblIons. schools which aim 'to makegood; f..qm.lait.. .tJa urdal'. Times; :-kJGitd '
S'lli Blat
'dull season ahead of this community,. :. - iIt citizen of you.; If your arbor, day Intone tWuwere'se,: .follows,, oamoIyY Preki-! -i[ $ ,
"i To further add to this depression. the Is not difficult to' understand that exercises) help you to realize what dent,,vYeroer> EIU.t'lee rrei' .nt, I
S aUlf nave been dying In treat num&n -, IGov.:Broward, his board of drain--, '
the next fight for governor In Florida benefits each one of you receive from EleanorYwri'UuzorSecreliKate.O' :
owing to a I ljEL| of feed on obserTationj the- will be the most frenzied contest that the forest and bow, by 'your assist. ire commissioners' ( and the five, tai; ;, 'Treasurer, Dan dron'1;i i 'It pay* to, )gt'' the ,beat?, .no, .
jpkces. .nd..trotllur.ory the State has ever wltnesbed,' There i5e theee"renefits ma".cont.inult. they collectors of the several.counties cqmloslng upry' Xis ' '

( It would appear.bestir that Osceola itself, are seal Issue to run on,' and] it will will. nerve. a good end. (Signed) << the drainage district,' have Critic Mildred'Lee: *, ; 'rtattsr'whet! you,buy and; 'es'.;
, ..County. ,would require 1 be the candidates THBODORK ROOSEVELT." J
not necessaryfor to : : '
s'mod try to make thamostof. what..U' make a platform. has been '..4. t. been perpetually '*enjoined. from jol- .. $2 Reward.( ..>, :.pecialry i fe. 'thistnie' : .; .whan.. U.
'"; ,<)us trio. It bat and'give' already; the question is to find can letting, assessing' o. or' attempting&;'tox '''The abovtwreward be'psid" for I IIIlIo1.lnformat.loD ; .: .,'-) '' : ,

11 > *,..; lbl With* assistance.t.blsla mind' we. 'called upon centred,".- ,The about great the interestis '0' Ibeadministration SEMINait INDIANS >Hector. assess the 'acreage. tax of as-; will. lead 'to ''thearrest' 1 .applies. ,\!..t:
Of flab dealer .during Ave oenta per tore 'Imposed to finance ;ofeither, . \\J '.
firm conviction '
our railroad <' andf or .
; ibis week and bare obtained from' the Interests will easily candidate find ;a candidate ARE ON'WAR PATH. Oov. .Bro ward's oherne-for'> drainingthe both of the boys 1 ,:who, were: ,.boot.ln"'l, Corn 'Oils() : :Kte .
W. B. .
1 ; Mrs I .
\head of thai-institution and the selection'wilt\ hardly be made Kveiiglades.The in or'.boll' tbe hammock at HammockGrove" jIY1 ,. .
relative .
." ''Maklnson, some'1'' ormatlou until afterit Is known who the opposition : order of J udge James W. Locke, "; ..' .'J '. .'
t ''t.o the magnitude of bU flab business has settled on. first Shot i At Tom Crews in in 4be- gaited, .Staler- circuit, court, on Tuesday April,16th, apply j ,.\" :Yo" \ ,. 11";
.' which has actuallysoueIothfndng, If Jennings ii chosen the railroads : : to the Sheriff or' to Mr,'Droughi.' J'c '.
amoasnt'oi .
that bad inking perpetual''the in. :The woitFpti slit
realized we
i'1 we bad never. may be 'willing .to' take'chances and fish Eating Creek Region. temporary ., .' 1 '' ,
: ah t handed '
', f in our midst an Industry vol-was pus up no fight; but this Is not prob )uncttoD heretofore Issued was. Cow Poasc'Eor" -Sal*; outoK, your\! tilooic -+lylilargely -
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much 4s given
.eil'GUl.t.ioIl'IDour.mld. While not joredence .
able. Mr. Jennings can down yesterday morning// .
'J / of money o ,modestly has- this I the here the following despatch I have two good tined; for sale} at. a :
acme make the race- and If.he has the opposition report! This order: t. lands of the ,, uPorl .rrtsoti Ate,
learn .that povers both work single 'or .
'f. 1 been done. Hut we now of the railroads the battle'will IfrQmAreadia'LO the Tampa., Tribune bargain. 'They .
the total shipments made by this firm be sufficiently interesting keep pol.tlos I will be of Interest to our readers in Southern'States !sod & Timber'Com' double.. Let roe'-bpw them to you."' j jC ::herb, And'theit\ jheWtti id"psi ndsv;

:'alone, placer them In the .position of from stagnatfon In Florida for a view.of the fact that so much has been jany,.the ( of the Empire Land fI-t.fl' '. f)."CJ PEu, 'I I. i it :'-' .
eaPNl"'WMppeN : 1 : the .' J)' Urlando$ 1"1.. upon t ierqup t Yj .Whsaj: eti, ,
toeiogtbe entire Haste year. to come. said and written"Concerning Company and the lands of the Florida .' : 1, ; ;; ,1

herder In that ths the public may of Florida.realize TOM flGlH BONES: Ij threatened Indiana: upr'slaffbf' l .. tike beminole ryprets..Company. 'Jt. U, 'generallykdmltled JwAtis'A(3NEW,: (j T J I t make anotherpurobss .J;(yw! ., ,

';y 'what proportion of the money In circulation Arcadia April 17th. Arcadia Is that a similar order will end
: here Is brought from 'Other j filled with the; the Fish- the otber'drainage, cases' pending 5.5 ....... . '

,titttet,;. solely thromrb this agency. How They .Were'Secured By "ou- Eating Creek neighborhood have the fact ,and 'the' laws Jnvolved In" I ArTOH? itV" AT''LAYf.' : ;j.tV.w.. ::'I'i IIAJ 1 E D. HOG AN

w' we bare been furnished with the fled to this town for safety from the .1" I'I0 ..' .. .ii j tiojii: j.. rggBemag. assl I> s. gg.*'
of i.
figures, as taken from 'statistics noy., ., Seminole Indians "whoare' on the each the< cases ,are the same; vary- }lD. .flOTARV' PdB.ter. . ; T ". .. .
ti. MaklnsonCo' ,'. tog'only a. to'the amount, of land -1 fOld\ eibap.per'e'"foe'eibap.per'e'"foe. : <* >!-\,'fete.Xho !' .
the W U. [
,appearing on John T. Flournoy', the, man who warpath. .. '
t.u' ;' and these .figures, aregiven claimed KIS lMMEE;.l<:LI < .for,...80>> cents_,per! .b--,lred.:. ,
books, robbed the grave of Tom -Tiger Lbe Monday night' the red'men held by each of the several complainanti. ., \, ,, r ? If

below Seminole Chief, having stated to have numbered 400. appeared in I .. .. _.t.. Y"
'. The figures given are such as cover, 101.. letter to, .J. M. ,Willson./ that vicinity and shot at Tom Crews, .The order unless Go,. 'Broward d .. "
'only a period of four years;'. cloning' Jr., that be purchased all :,the afterwards firfn" ono all, the houses ,. --
'.:. with December last. While we/'were' Indian relics'which. he carried away, In the D.I< tendered the full data -.bowla!( tbe the statement. of a.gentleman 'who was followed the. night,, and .shall prolong, 'the : .. .
t i" of this- business It Is throughout. this t ... '
," operations at Tantle at the time the bones1 were couriers to placeto fight through 'appeal from the]or* '
I recorded month by month,'yet. we -felt carried away, and whose veracity-I launquestioned give the alarm.. The next day the : ( '
that the troth of tb s. situation would le at this .time .particularly Indiana bavins drawn off or.ironeelse-: Acr of Judge Lock,.ends the draD'aKebt. \ ; : .' > D'.S4Kts:
. be -brouget nooe. .to our readers. interesting: where on the warpath;'the entire population < and marks' a sleeping victory Fr,. e. ''e" f ; '1. y' '
v: : equally twill,- if the figures re'apItulsted The gentleman question was staying of the' neighborhood came for'those who lined, up against"' the ', '" 'jo' r. I l ,

i.? '; year by year .wer-'pub- at Lime of Mr.Fiournog' Arcadia.. Leaving the women and drainage plan and the acreage tits .,!!. , '. .. .. ."Of' ,,' J .' ,., I ., h
, I Bshed. aDd so we give only the .totals 'visit and became personally children here.,the men accompaniedby Judge Locke bag is written' no . : (, ",'n ;... ,,. r-; .
of thawelght..aad' valuations for each acquainted with him. lie states that Sheriff Freeman and ,a posse from yet --- - - - .. ,... '
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follows: red opinion .In ,the').'eases. His 'order '., NEW'' ) ..
of the four years as Flournoy remained at Tantle" for this place, went in search> of the 4' TNI S " .
,9y; : Year.feiffht in Pounds Value. about a month gathering. data'ac men So far no word has been' received merely finds that the equltles'arb with .' '. .. '\., .\.
. ; '1903' "' 423.168 ,t23245.06, cording i to hit statement for an from \them and whether they the complainants.., and,|lnakes perpet- ".Callladeeatl., . ; : t'r"; I) :- .
loot 414140 $30280.80' article on the everglade., to be published have found the Indians U not known.It ,: .' Br'0 : 1
' 1905 683.SM W7332.SH': In the April number., of Outing. will be '...memberell 'that. at the utlthetemporary' Injunction' bed "I "r .; 't',' ." ./":
M9778.0C() ' I Issued., 'The following droopy I . ,- t .
1908 M7.X7 Magazine. time of the discovery of the ; removalof fore . [ Ii. -, "
,. While \there be hired Mr. Peter the bones of "Tom Tiger" bv A. 8. of the order.of Judge Locke. handed I 'to N" 'I. '" .. ... ".'. ::
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> _Tgtal" : 468i' $140641.12From Raulerson as guide aud wept' off Flournoy of Johnstown, Pa.,, the down jesterdey morning:. 1.4 : .. n.. --- -'-"--'- --" ', L "
a atu.&y:. of tbe Above we learn forty or fifty miles southeast of Tanthto Semlnoles served notice thatIf the oLtheldited. : : ,- .. . .
tbeoircuttoourt :
first.that notwithstanding the enormous 'see the Indians In their camps and bones of their1 removed chief"'and .:.

1, quantity' of fish ..shipped each learn some of their native custom relics removed at. the same time were States Inland tor. thVsouthern. -dls-.. ;,,'F", : . ,
rt the catch Is constantly. iDcreaslhis -' and habits. At one of',the ,Indian not returned .to them witbin''tbree trot of Florid abuon'S.." I S. ,.

,1t. . refutingby actual,, evidence, Camps: either Hungrvland ors.Bin moons'.the. : ebtlre tribe would'go' on 'Southern 'States. '..Land Jc-'TimberCompany '" I "l" ': . .
repeated allegation that' t.b.operat.IOD' MoundCity a storekeeper named warpath. At. tbe time the threat was ,. '1\: .. .: "
would soon deplete Barber who*trades, with the Indians regarded: as a huge ,Joke, although tbs. Vs.rNapoleon' BvBrowaM,.; .f'' ,r.t k. ,.., .',". '

aver*.. 'The most' forcible told Fioutptoyof Tom Tiger,, and the sentiment was strongly In. layor' tlf as Governor, et'al ,,' '=. IT'S. A.s 1tEA. UTY.. ,
a' which'.can be brought'to'' manner in which he was burled'and compelling 'the man from 'Pennsylvania This case coming':on for final fiear- I ':!. ' ,";,. ".W" '.

' .JI/bea." fir-support of those engaged: In Floraoy prevailed on him to go" with to return the bones and restore tog upon a billtor1njuncUouJ; ; !,and l' . "<; r. -,: . t .t. '., ...(
t :fishing, who haye all along contended the he ,,had' desecrated. '
blmtothegrav Thisgraveeonslnted graves ;' "
R;'that. &be1r'work' was. not detrimental I of two dug out c noe*, the. body having ID the light of .yeo..of.\: week. having'. been Nrilv, beard upon;tbe bill IJtt.. )tufr'. ''' _.. . \ ..; "

to toe sportsman's pastime: angling been plated In one and,' t.h.ollher, howeverrtb* Joke bej! eneuM a "flat and *ie J sewer a.d :the teetiinoiy \. .. : .., .,

t.i that she waters'from this point turned over It for a cover.I Tbe grave and that" the red tithe i -;:'fi.r..J.;!.. Ia_. tbes. .s1sf,.;awl. toil ar'gtrmsledidgbeee (" . .. . '. . ." .-' '. ....
: 'soulfc are 'Jaftes in' any sense: of the evidenced 'the' silent. MJ1. et .. t, : \ .. : 11
DOC from by
'ti was out quite .a distance>, is bad 'k a unsel /orj'Ste'/' re.epective .;,. ,.'" ,
; oh'orc1-bu" are realty''parats; of thecontinuous store.and was reached with:considerable wayin which they .carried'.out. theirthreats ; "" ',.' > :Jr.' '; ,. .'
";. waterway, widening Into difficulty I 'astbey. had to go1'aportion' : Monday 'night: the Vtbree 1 parties; and It appeavfujfthatthe Ii'. WBk" -...' .
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f. lakellk\ proportions, certain places <>f the-way; tit boat'and then moon.**,' expired and Monday: night equttle.are w;h/Uie complainant, Weat .. '
'' /!* :but all furiging: one fiver ''from this wade thyougbthe marsh and *awgra'sstbe braves, oWl of them" in' .war- and that4 an' injunction; should'' ;begrauted .. .. '': ..

.:; place .and. ; ending: in the Qulf" t ..of"Mexloo. balance ot the way, finding the paint .od with. :.the .methods 'which ,as'pr.ed' In 'the but of oonvplaiotrjand .;, ,r:; I\.

' ", :, -" Further: ; .., learn'' from" ..this same grave as above described where U'! on had a< been high characterized the days when'.their,the- tribe forefeathers were ''the In '' U. lurLbela'ppeario6t: by : .. ....- ,. .. '' ;' : ==::::::::::.::.:::..---

sis I .source.'that the bulk. of, the fish exported carriedoasoe follower; of.' lord of tbe woods, swamps and morasses the record.herein that,a temporary,injunction ' "I"J .

'a :.;oj is oattleb-.Qd; we have,00v, ceased' chief 'and left in supposed which are known as the Ever' J pendenta.. late! his. .,heretofore STANDARD'( : \ -
r.r ernment. testimony to the effect( that seclusion and safety,from vandalism. glades, 'suddenly ,, appeared. In .the bees Isiued hereto', ''now t.beretol'fl.Ui. ; 'T': ..
+ '.. once these fish be tallowed to-propa- clearing along Fish Eating Creek';and. : '
Arrived the grave the,.top canoe t i. ordered..;; ( :and'decreed: that., : : '-. .
r 'gate! In any'water*., their extermination '. . was taken off, revealing thee fact hat with rifle instead ot.bows' and wm.JDah.wlc.proceeded PATTERNS.. Lk Lk'lOlatidl5c.
is Impossible.' '- only ,tbe bleached bones.of the departed to'take that client the temporary'",junction ,herein .issued : :: : Z'S'
Further,- thevalnatfons given, Inthe. chief'remained. These Flour.' revengewhich "their savage 'fore- be and the same'''is, hereby. made K': .
above table are for''' the "aJ'oal; .cost feathers cherished their. Inherent '. :'Neseec' : ,
t.UffedJoLo his hunting coat, or : ;
noy perpetual, .
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:orioe paid to the men 'engaged in the .......Dof.t.bem .as ba could curry .right and duty ; W':' Judge: ;," ... ... .. ....,. -_ .... ".oJ .. '!j .. _
Signed) JAMK3 -
' and' 6t. ( "
; lIeblolr, aDd'aD' .the export prices. While tne sheriff I posse'are
l and brought them back to '.TaDLle"" . ... .. ',.. ..' .. .. .. ..
Further, we learn that less one searching the 'wood the. people of 'Jackl nyme. Fla.. April 12; 1907.,
where. with other relics .
per cent of the total (Moments;'is destined had secured they, -were packed Into-whlchrhe a- box various neighborhood !.adjacent; to ... "",,,.,... .. 400 "" ..-+. .."'...... ..,........''t. .'-ri(... -
i for points within, this State.. and the place where tbe Indians first struck rod; " '
this Industry and carried. away.President's' .. .' ,-. Ita Wreck.. ....:: ..... . .. .. : : ..: : :
tip t'the natural deduction Is that ., .r' for revenge are alarmed and and are '!W . .....: l. . \ ... : .. :- / :
;, ?ur ,brlnga into our '.communityfrom spending watchful sleepless !nllbL't'f.ariDA' Jo
Proclamation T 'south-bound train .
School As th tbe''A.Q. .
: P I ; on .
outside and distributes : that the next blow delivered
a, ,,1 sources ; .... ... ..W'i"iw ,
Sutk.nmr'Kn; .* 1.
'' ; .entirely, amongst our local dealers: f.' befure the stronger arm of white man L.- mainline aces loomlbg. .dowq' Milln,.d.. in >...wr .r.iwr, I'riaIIIott Obit '1t..ale {"
sum eqoaillng one thousand'dollar -' : .OMldren.. may slay the red man's) band may Wednesday. Afternoon, ii';':rat, Into a ,, GI< J .... _1aI__..doe ........ ?
r' _, aYwruet.d
each week and from the figures. shown them' or their families, The rs
Washington, April 14-)President burping trestle about five miles novth, ;
theml' 'hat tnl4M ,
"! twdwgl
1noI nr _'
., "'? pertaining to this .year's' 'op ra- Roosevelt" has addressed to the school braves know their swamps and to find cItowa'and the 'and tenderfell ,gYd. : .... iMMt taw...m""H" tl+p
; .engine .... . . ... ,
t ;tlQns, u completed to datewe. noye"Fthkt children pf, the United States a ''mes themfend ferret out their trails tstbcwovcf v m Hbmul. tw -Writ* Ar. ,.
,, a' proportionate ,increase .con- or ''''b. '''trained woodsmenand t.bro\Jah.\JdIUDC the colored .fire ., t ree d .101' -: I
"Ieon;,, the significance, .pf Arbor eo-.a..... ldw.aa
+ Si
;. .tlnue/: Day, .which, during\themonth of many fear-that tbe"uprising.: will .be+ man, who was tbrowtf. under'the .nr lito..........' i '1-: '
Such an' Iddustry ought to' receive come,.l1ore thanthe, aimless. skirmishes i A..... h.MMJACKSONVILLE.
April celebrated in of the 'glocv! and bursinghls, a Crisp.No .
; many .... .t
.H tbe enoouragementthat local effort. with a handful 1 of red' brave .un" ."
states.:: It follows; one else l w.\.I IDjure4, bu atl tralrf ..._ 1. ,. .
-eanj give; 11.\\ .k: "To the .School, .ChfldrPn'oftheUnited' less trie bones of the red chief; are returned : :,
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I' -. 'delayed, 'for aboot , .1.--. ,
-' -- -- States-Arborr. Day. .(which :! to his people: ,': were, ( fifteen ... "
If;, '..CANDIDACY'OF JEMNIKGS' means simply da>') is now obr '"' f '"V't' r "" ', \ hours. 'The body' of the "fireman wan ... . ,. .. .. '. . ;;.rf',
'. served In every at.t.e'o' ours/ Unlon-t brought here and ..turned over ,to ;'tTntdertaknr. ; q COMPANY.rr; '

J ''Formed. Sole. Topic of' PoliticalGossip'af and mainly in h9 .schools. At. various. :HYMENEALReedDavenport. : Barnes :'to 5repare toe, burl .MALSBI( .MACHINERY. : '. : j
' .. . .times from January to December
', I. i"' r : the :CapItaUA but chiefly, in. this month. of April ., slat drove;A up'large and.number viewed therwreck.Padgett of"our'.cltlfeen. .. ..... . '. 'FLAi,:; 22 OCEANT". ,q, l i.'i.' / ..1:

: : ; Tallahassee"si;eotal' o Mbntgomery you'give: a day or. part of a day to .' ,. i' .' . . . .. :1; .
.. special exercise and ;perhaps to :laot- '.: _ .. < . ", "'; : --' ..., ,
: .iAdvertlsrr,by' J.'H' ,Jleeseayr ual) tree planting; In recognition of Married ;"at,the'wlncer'homa" of'Mr.3't . ; sir' Beach'Sep Out:, .: .. ,
'. t.beimpor'anceof trees to .'ja f' .
1 -us a .
What -I*'' taken a 'significantnxiunoeraem nation and, of what they ,Ield' in'1l.h..Mrs on Zaldee Wednesday A. Davenport nighApril I t i :Mn C. ..A .B ach,rNurned'thl9 week . . . ... :. .' . ; "..'> .
.''y-' ; to have bearing upon adornment,,comfort. sad useful pro to. Mr" Alfred Slater Reed;, '-.<' .. from J'ack.oa.lI1e'wbeNl; heoompletedthe ? .,'v ;; :' ,;;':,, '" '>4 t._ 'I. 'r .'iDn'tBu

..." \ _je next race.for Ifovernor in Florida ducts to ,fhev:,':communities. . In. '''Which \ ISHSMII.' MI-I %, '/ '* sake l of all the holdings the'Drmol.Padptli' :>
:" '' was a few that' days made ago b'that. a T I"eD.aooJ."pape1'I' .:A; Jennings oft you"It 11.Is..well. :' :thatyou_ .should'cefe : 'Caraway-Barber. .A"; i Beach at Ashton.In () ; (Old, Time. Pane t.r: ,.:B k 3'Y:

' .. tb tt;:city' :would' .probably ''be'lo i .the, brats ,our' 'arbor, day",thoughtfully, MarrWV att the residence of tbebride' eluding, 'their. ', turpentine stlirjand.quarters .
.eonteE. for within your lifetime nation'* :and 22,000'. acres;,pf land to .."- ' ,
j beh', your pareotl''ueal' Canoe'Creek.''on :>;: -,
''SUohhah poJt.ieall'O..hLtor need tor' trees will,, become serious. Wednesday; April 17th )fl.. 'SatlI( 0.1 9'.1Wfhisna&'Co; ;; ', '. : Ladies* J
; the
'monthsbut & older .. Get Home Journal' ; ? i.
many .be./prospectivecandidate We of ;!
.,' \i. bas UJ an generation 'can'get' Bar her daughter of Mr .and' Mrs "The new Owner* took. charge of the : '. .
i I '.:. the nevet''giveu'assent'of I it ',nor have the along, with :"what"we, though Frank Barber," to Mr;1 S. 8*. Caraway. \t 'and 7.reDOW'' ,": 'Exclusivet' rI :
j. ':1 F v 4 oorrectness with growing hardships; but In your Judge L..:A. Minx officiating. f business1 onoe. ,' ' In full patterxis. e sperfect 'J c
.f 't. i\.Pea.aoola'\ paper bad'afysbtng, oft full manhood 'and -womanhood you .... n..: .

..! }$, .'> ertinsnce published was not In,"the.The form Intervtew will want supplied what;;nature and man once so so,thoughtlessly .bountifully - : .";" :.i'"",, .." . "Mr.;;Beach ,i stated to a "representativ fitting, .t ioroughly p-tt? date ; ) ,; 'IJi. ".

/#', ' >.of an/announcement/ ,! but \vindicatedthat add ., of this paper: ,that,his. plaoforthe J '. V
destroyed because '
/'fi this
; of Carried at tte home, of; the bride ;cali.get these. 'at'\'our 'pattern i 4ntei ; t-;
1,1 the-Pensacola man would make want you will reproach us not'.tor 1 future had not'\, been deBnltely'determlnedbut '1' : : 1" .
,4)) 1.,the race if be felt of the"same humor ; near town .YVed ..d&lJ afternoon Mrj! : ; ;1')1') \ (4 '
what we bave used but ,for what we for tie and I '1 v:1ii
: -
t', :'.'?whea'the. time: came a* be ;doe DOW; have wasted' v ''''' : e : : J.-W.-Miller and Mrs. H. TS Butler, his family will ito'to their.old homen.8gnth ;" :Price..:; -,*di,; r5''ceafs,1;: ,0: ; ,;,K;. ., r
,r !hers I. Rev.. C1l4Brittalnof6etating.. _the : : : :-
that: Mr. t"
Jeeling Jennings -
"Forth. nation'as for the :'man .or very r .,affairi ",\ I' '*- ..-' -... . _,-'" / -H. eA*. !, .I.-.; *".. \*, ' e %
r. 'would 1 ....Ire... sjtroner .candidate and woman boy or girl, tbe road 'to .suc- marriage was a quiet only Carotloay . ;. "" \
, ;'AI,;, j'CMI1d.:1D! '-a snse,':be-eligible.:i'to a cess in the,right use of.whe*' we'have the tbaaMdlatei'families and a few'In-1 .. .... ' !. i' ;'. ' Q/j'M. ;"'- 't' I"'f'D'\,,,"" > '"Nj 'q
.'1" e* prowlse between the two factions.. and t.h.1mPI'OY8IDeDt.'ot.. present '. vKfffTirlsods: beingsprecent.: ,"Tb a . ." .. "'" / f .'''o'; :i.c-:;.: .ir7 ,'...-r".*.. '..t. ...
.opportunity. "
lr ,+" ' bak dividetbYstate. bride' .very frtroTiiaIrj& f "". , ... _
are ; li
now t : If you neglect I to'. arG01Q R9Pu.farie. . ,. ; ;iv fa'iVJUi-jsrtii .' ,
*ir Jooniage holds I for the duties .4esssd to by the nreoel.ed .... ". :: .,, : : '1ho a l ', 'ZI .. '''PtA. .
.'.;;" -of beliNfooniieirvMlvo,. WhISISpuiat, ... .iblltele. vea,which iwlil Mi and;; upon respond you : :,; :'Nsrilireeli i .,. ',Wade..i .;{" ttthnei4tivt1lhs . : r'' ,, .. ... .. .

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' } r'L : :; : jl 1 be;reft of mankind l'arapeT' LOUERY TANCLE. ; ,
_ noon cametU
"r = < The morolui::: ; pamd- .
ftUcnd.4ut \\-oko. wp) amt\ began to hint-: '
: test About\ tile Nonll with the intention ) Doings in FloridaFour f

RI.NE, : : of getting:: !' au'appetitt tot dinner ,One '' Prominent, and Wealthy Men ?,

R.eC/ o'Clix-fc strWek-Lily snt niotloulcss. nn- ,
still: Rest Indictment' ';
doe 'clnu_ of the time-Kntharlaa .. ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ..... 'r... ... ... .... .... .... .... ... ... .
Slept beside. her The' .ttpntll1l1t.went, i .

d ............ ............ away\ to_ his dinner, flud returned re". .af..s'owere.: Convicted Novel Suggestion, of Govsrhor, oi ,

.. ?, jftKy WALTER: nCsA'cTK: ; <: freshed but 1.1111:11:11.,: ana disposed for Harr 'spec alme..ace I 'ANSWER '
Broward ut. TO'
safe-blowers, Riley Governor DOZEN
W e..e. ................ another . When/ lie awoke nt tltfee ,
s "- on Mon.
Bennett and Bolton to the legislature .
'. vey, were con : "
,. ., ,. a/ The two clrlsjttlll sat Ihfre,.one her dark vie ted In court at Green Cove Spring.. day on the subject of elate life insurance :

., .,_ .. :. ., .... the other bolt-nnrljtht. advocates"'
:. -- -- were'given III which he strongly '
.-.....", ," :" ...... - .. -- .-- ; brow contracted, her, black eyes,full of 'The first three named to Five pf the Mast Prominent Cltlzsna 1
Ir--- teen year, while'Bolton, 'bo'Va.. lie.. treats'the: matter,ezbaustlvely '
rage. " Orlians Rcprestntlng !
'that the enterprisewould of New ,
,n unusual I tiling at innneumn badly wounded, was given only, one demonstrate
...... It In' not an be profitable to the people by On.' Hundred Hlllloris, Ar
will be. taken
ot the trclentlflc kind for tired The Injured man t
': 'eIItrTE1t: z Jo the Matron Aud' hare another wt'ekto. year.
Insurance companies r
that foreign Accused
look about them nnd to liiiil' somriuploymeut. <. visitors ttt slt>Iown and BO to sleep In Immediately to the prison hospital .t showing Among the
[ DUlll1il 1. _
It 'was r nolreunantuioasly llicM, nor Is H quit unknown lncol- Ocala, where a CI .."''watch over'hlm have returned in losses paid '
.'''You'"'orvlintiplef,, than, r,- dear, be. that AII/O. their cruel, case lectionswlilcli, .- are free, fag f: people to will be kept by the authorities, at less than 5.000000, and have received > ,Tire United States grand Jury, In

..u.9 'yoil aro not nearly' so 'strong, Coin in for tile take of rent.. Beibelf'reen upwards of $11,000,000 in premiums session'' Issued
; should !>< brought t boors" the drop It I la believed that be will attempt Mobile, Ala, twenty-
,Why.'thece' is a thin stlfk of, an arm h I naturally considered during the past thirteen years,
Is not Museum for
mltlcp although barley house The three other four indictments alleged
hit Saturday
make escape.
.for'"'jron; and 'look .t mine, big. and n charitable. Institution. In the hope i in tbo iolslil)0iliooil/ ;\ UK Erected ma Inly. to Immeaiately. and that the south alone pays north w
strong still, In pile of our privations that something might be found for for the eonreuleiiee of children,and n men will be 'placed at ern"companies$50,000.000 per annum. conspiracy la violating; the anti-lot

,lam a dreadfully strong girl When I In hadWfajhe'r tery law The' following have been
tIleD .. place of safely 1'0thfDl\ It Is suggested that the ,management ,.
was' barn. ICatharlne-I bare- never By a most unfortnante accidentliotv,: : The t'ult! !>dJIII1' Iberefore rp.JrClr,1 These 'safe-blowers,, as will be! well "be vested In a commission or a arrested and given bund. :amoDIf'!them
told .tills! all 'wleked 1alrten 'safe In the .
.yon' tile the sleeping dClnIIPI. without remembered blew the '
little Pollectlbn never which would eliminate '
1 ever! manager being I/ number: of millionaires ,of
'same- about 'mtradlp.. One of them bank securing-a ,
reached the: hands for whom it was In, 1111'11'11.; ? Green Cove Spring high salaried officers, and that the '
,Mid. 'She shall liave no mother;; and three, thatKnthnrlne. of cash and notes. Mew Orleans Lot Angelts., Cal.; Boston
about half -past large amount .
tended. It was entire would be less than the
expense .
another.,,'She aball have no relation the men 'went and other places, :
awoke. robbery
to belp her;'- and a third. 'I he IIbllll l lfcave CITAPTF.It have After the salary of a' \lce president or a board Albert Baldwin tar: .. presidentot: < t
: [I, ""'ell. w Into' the of the com
chairman of largest
fricnan1 fourth Sb one
no ; and'a < "
NIQHT had a long sleep. Do you feel better? when tralnS were the New Orleunsatiunal bunk '
A OnT. hour no
r,shall liave no lover; and another. 'Shtnhall "Yes I am quite well 110But ohl! safe at an paniesnow. existing.. Chapman Hyans, ckpltkllsu "
; on.-In
have no money; and yet another, Tbn broaktasl- at Hurley House wa- passing for' them, to .escape* a ..
Imnrr'I""u FranK'T: Howard, receiver of the
.7.113I am so '
_ 'She shall have no work;; and another ,served to suit. tliecouvrnleuceof! those was II good thing\ that I reinem- dense spot In the woods the robber There was 'a -hot debate in the senate Orleans, water works' and 'capitalist. -
there 'whose work early, at half past went to sleep and It -New i
'She shall hove no food; and then lipglns: hared to put sure bread In my pocket. lay' down and on the subject of the appoint--, I Iment'ot .
was one.. ''the'Queen of the -Wicked wven.This was the! Jiist: breakfast for '. '' while thus reclining that Sheriff ;
a l'alrlen'oltl.'omaD\ with only. two which/ the girls had llokl) They were Let u., eat our 'dinner. strengthened iThey was Weeks and Ills deputies came suddenly committee. to.It and'Flor inspect David Hcnnen, Morris.. ofa.N.w Or- ;,
: did to, and were : the buildings of. the old p
front teeth 1t'Itand those sUcklni the first .1o sit down because they ;
out over her lower' JIp-nnd a room wished to arold questions."This .- .br the lirend. upon them. to tighteach ida Agricultural College at Lake City Albert Hennen Morris."of:: New Or- 4
t nd Ka'thnrlne,. we may moveon. ) at onceatart..d .
howl; Theorobbers the
malignant eye' -who carried a calo '.-' Is the last 1ir akfAst pall for. The movement was only leans.:
r said "Let us eat asmuchps .1 don't cult! know where we al'II'going. being1 armed with a. large .re ono of an effort that, will be made '
: .uloe-talls Instead of a scepter, She Katharine,? Lily I (blnk." Paul Conrad of New Orleans
>.tooll. over me' and Bald This child : we possibly, t'nu"VJINI shall But we had better and turned go. .westword. volver. In the fight :'Uclton was shot by Lake'City to obtain;state:aid for Edward L. Peuac.. Lewis a. vifabam.ot ?
outside .
went '
another bfeakfait and where They twice, and his comrades!!, thinking lie school of kind, and
.ball be splendidly strong, so that she we get fine afternoon the state some New Orleans. 4
Fortunately was a
..haU ;yearn and long horribly after all :Katharine drank tbo tea, but ur.> .and warm. After the bread they lad been killed, threw down their revolvers ', :was ably-; championed by Senators Francis X. Fitzpatrick button, Massachusetts. e'

r sib can not hare<<", and she shall suffer fortunately could rat nothing. felt stronfc Again and able to walk. and gave'up.. Cone and Adams, and as ably, oppus- .
twice .. long and twlce.a mach a.any "You arc taking a mean advantage, after -wandering They were* placed In the Oay-eaun-: by Senator?Jiuckman.. who Is the author ;
.themselves, D. C.
They found James I. Shaw. Washington
tiff other woman:" Katharine," said her friend.You In St James ty jail, at Green CoSlu"I gs, but of' the famous Buckman law that
for half hour
<< nn Wllllani P. Johnstoue. formerly of
,', TJIyJ': something'may liappvn yet" know you are not linlf so strong: as I It then 5 o'clock."Katharine 'on account of, the feeling against themat abolished the Lake City Institution : ,
Park. was
"Out yes, something "may.; People am. and yet you are taking three hour's'tart Sheriff Weeks Cincinnati now of New Orleans
," Bald Lily, "do you see that time thought nlong with four others In the state
the Put something CS'. lirewdow and Jutnes !Hen of
in starving race
bare been known to pick up'sid111nge
those Rents There Is a whole row of It boat to remove them to Jacksonville p3a tie vote, the motion failed ot .
fa the streets We may beg In the in your,pocket. Never mind the New Orleans. .A.. .
them outside the railing Tbey are to where they remained until thet'rtrial but by the act of one of .
passage, ,
You'must. and shall .
treets. We will borrow a hymn book rules. Oe..Wllllam L. CnbclL Dallas. Tex.J2. ,
be our\' lied to-night To-morrow came up. the'members In changing his vote .
*Del'.Inl' along the rood?:'In the.RwpCt She cut off nnlf's-'tlozeii great crusts to.morrow-do J: Demarest.V.. J, Dentarest and "
By and JJ,.'- ,I've got: a good strong of bread//and: cramped them Into her vo muat not Ihtnk --- !the resolution will brought up 'John M. Demarcat, of New Orleans

4 voice ,But we shan't like it There bag lice little-'hand-bag that carried you think we might break In upon our Both tho ('ham.ber of commerce and again and a heavy fight is expected.Sixteen \ ,!. Robert' K Thompson Mobile, Ala.
will terrible .of the shilling? Oh, how tedious it III! Lookat the board of trade of Tampa I
r be such discomfort aboutIt absolutely tbe.poBgesnioii are
William C. Henderson 1 tarryW/
I of people who are < bat w, shall,go back to our starv two glKls.: Their watches, their ward- the heaps making a vigorous fight against theiro'posed cersl..were; completely de-I j
wonder If they pbor Henderson, formerly living In Ltrook- ,
fag and begin to get: through the robe, even Kntbarlnc's engagement nothing; 1 arenas" division of Hlllsborough strayed and about ten others badly ry 1
miserable". as ourselv? lyn, N. Y, but residents of New "
? t terrible Job at once and hate don! Inif/ everything was .gone except Iltclothes 4 and James Park this afternoon wasthronged county at a recent special meeting: of damaged! by fire In the storage yardsof "* '
s with It. Katharine my head Is full of / they stood In. ;Never was wreck St. the first named organization a resolu- the 1..olllavU'le.and Nashville north I
with people They lay about United States District W '
"' Never had Misfortune Attorney
Tborrlble she more cbmplete. .
thing, Suppose, .
ion was unanimously adopted as folo'ws .
free Pcnsacola. The flames skept by a
of everything. the grass; they"sat upon the r. 11. Armbrecht says that w(' t.four'
.I.pered"'O..uppolle we rt'eol1'e'to made a cleaner.sweep I
.die at once and liave: don,with It?' blends, work wardrobe, money-what benches; they loaned over the railings; ; "Re It resolved b'bo chamber lions north wind Jumped from one indictments were Issued, but as a '

'"No, Lily; !lO, Letus, wait and ree4ve more could she take? In a warmer they stood upon the Bridge/ ; they threw of commerce or. ,tho city of Tampa, crctlon ot the yard to another' and but number of them had not been arrested .

__ ,whtc Is sent. climate ode would have torn the t'lotbE'1Ioft crumbs, the ducks; they looked-as It That wo deplore) the fact that certain: for the hard work-on the part of about he declined to. Blvw their names. \, I 1

"It !is truly I wonderful. Katharine, to their 'backs, but In Great Britain they never did any ,work and did not citizens ate advocating measures In': :SCO employes and the service of'twenty Five of the .number who are Indicted )
tear :yon talk. Will notblnjr make you ibis Is not allowed to Misfortune,, who want to do any 'work and never had Tallahassee working to the divisionof engines, the damage would have are estimated to be worth together ,

rebel f Why If there I. no place for ns heaves grudgingly their clothes upon any work'offered them. They might our splendid county, which stands amounted- several hundred 'thou! $100,000,000.' ,

o' 'la the world, should we. stay. In It? the backs even of the shirt and matclf have been as poor as tile two g\rls.\ but at the head -of the Hat as to popula- J sand dollars, The loss to the naval A conference, was. held In the office t

[Some women ate born consumptive makers. One thing more was left to they were ccrtaCuly not miserable at Ion, financial standing and general stores In cars amounts to about $S. kr

y and 'h.e"to.. ,,llc., Others, like our Misfortune: She could, separate tfcf all. .It may be laid.,101\'n nJl n broad progressiveness. of the galaxy "of counties OOo and that to, the rolling; stock about of United States District Attorney "

elves, are born redundant- It J4 a two girls.'. You shall see presently:'thatshe. principle that nobody Is ever miserablewho In this state. Ahd that the chum- $15,090. Armbrecht Friday nlfcM, lasting until''
disease. There. ,even accomplished! that has solved the problem of Urine f 1 o'clock Saturday morning ,after
t"" new 4snow a greatdeal bee -of commerce earnestly requests -
of redundancy among ","women; we '"Now," said Lily "..e., have eaten without doing any work. At 0 o'clock our representatives at Tallaharsre to I 1r which number of tbe"aecret'service x

.suffer.from redundancy. It 1a Incur our breakfast least I have ''Let us the evening WAS beginning to fall.Tbn.Ltly honorable I The question settled and a spec 'men left for various parts of thO country i3-
< drew Katherine who whs use evtrry' meshed Unking clal election Is to bo held In SuwanTfiPB to keep their those whoarolo t''
'able.! N ;Lit and no pills. We shall]'have to die own.'and while there Is nobody to ask now simply; juleiceuFrbuTbftlie tarlc. ovtliedefeat of -thla--nI(1)all1r+,-vfhfohwill -cotnitjv The' governoR bas. -4ssud.hlo .. '' be- al'reltecL.Thr.hour..after .' 3..

V of that disease.. 'Died. In the street on uestions..Come.,- Katharine we have "We' will spend threepence!!.. she. be so disastrous td the prectlgo; proclamation 'properly, attested by' the Indictmeot.,"wete .Issued,. the S

a cloorate': ,.*tier.. long suffering, of reiduadancy. left .,.nothingupstairs.' .' Come:" said. "We will buy more' bread, because and high"standing which th'.a! ciunty the secretary of state, calling A ape grand 'Jury the' parties wtre under '

Lily .ud Katharine.' That Now that,the suprejne moment bad that goes fart .".t'. With three has attained. ,., 1.I clal .election for the office of state arrest and were allowed to rave bond. ;4 1

4 .would read very sweetly" wouldn't It arrived, when there was no loner any p..nuvot'th of bread \r. shall hare a --- I senator. from: the seventeenth senatorial Francis K. FItspatrlck.. of Boston .. ;,li t'
room assumed. defiant supper that will carry\ us Qn until the :Mr. S. V. Halle of Lake :
on a tombstone But there will, be aotombitoo for hope Lily City. has district to fill the vacancycaused pleaded guilty and sentence will 1nItIIiI. ,

for UI two, dear tr* shall &Jr._ morning. Why,. Katherine make ,. iwe shall succeeded Mr John DodE'r.1 agent by 'the,'death Senator Newlin, The passed the ..fourth Monday, In .May X.i

Y' ':be buried by the parish Jn the pauper'scorner "Come, 'let V8' hurry along Ksthsrn'e actually, with care, our. That shilling Is of the Seaboard Air Line in Ocala, date set for this special: election Is Mr; Baldwin and. Mr..' Hyans, who

where the graves atom side by ," for ,she ,lingered '*nd trembled. last till Monday morning. and, has already assumed\ charge ol the .econd'day of May. This I '
Me as. thick as they'can be 'placed. "Come.. I say. It with! tot help us to splendid. After that I suppose 'We the office,' Mrs Dozier- has been Thursday Were In' New Orleans Immediately '
and;Ue dead'.bodJes; 'O /the men.' and wait-and cry. We have done" our best: shall.fulfill the purpose for which we agent of Seaboard tho covert', both..,tb* period of fifteen' upon hearing: of the Indictments sur-, ,t tundered
'wtMtssi ttkttor away forgotten. ,It will we have prayed and there has been 210nswer. : were born- and be starved to death. :'had in Ocala. for I notice, required of the boards of days \- to an officer and' appeared,

b*'WM tits ..thlt baa closed over a .' Let us go out now ...nd..tan'e.Com . Come, dear( don't give'in;' bold up over ro"1 twenty years, and come! to .ty commissioners to name and' [ before United State Commissioner''' ,';

J KttUmr fctp .wlttout so 'tnucn .as A dear thartne-ob my' dear- JOur face; try to {ook as If you liked. board recognized as a partner ,ttio'Soa-.. tise Inspectors Chlsorella, Doth pleaded not .guilty,

'aMftt..fn.....t left 'InafeW' days It will not help' cry, Let His go out I It." ; and ha will beverr much'missed. . --,.-- I waived examination and were released

'we shU be .much forgotten. as If we, and finda. place where we can sit down When 1 he lights were lighted in the ,.)le. has boen> a' very valuable I "; At Pensacola Patty,:iDerane;:'. a .ft..h.. : on-$1,000 bonds to appear before
badnever lived"Id1y's and wait'sIt street and the shops there began fora man to the company, and hn! reslc-';- d! shot and'tnltautly killed 'the court at Mobile. .

bitter, words feltpou"" Katharine was eight o'clock.Vhejo: the door few minutes a new Interest but Itlasted nation U very" greatly regretted by ermanwas Police Officer Henry L. Thorn. Mr. Baldwin speakingof* the lottery . ;

like blow of a scourge. ,She closed behind them 'Katharine .sunk: a.very little while" hem.-' Mr, Dozier baa gone to North i by
,cola company said for himself
L' could, :'endure.'., bat' she would, not'mer'4 down upon the doorstep and broke Into 1'Lily" said'Katharine. "I can notwalk Carolina, 'where' he win remain until Dfcrane.. who came from to)Maine Yena and John several Mr. Hyans: ;*-'-1 and +
years ago ]
-bel. sobs and moaning aom. the fall.
> Take ro" to
."LaTe"u. sorrie''lope." she,said.."If 'Oh: TomTom!l" she'cried. "How placewhere any more.I can'alt' downv": I Kelly another4.fisherman; were fighting "We' do not own .share jot' stock: r,

'hen take away that we are Indeed the can yon''be happy' in heaven1' while Iam .''W II. then? ",e'muII'go back to St, An explosion which occurred on the on South Palafox '.treet"whon:" In-It) and we do not" know anythingabout .
this '!
most wretched women Iq the world." so miserable here It I'am to Join the officer :placed them under arrest. matter.
'. Is only that dredse George W. Allen
.Tames Park. It lie place engaged in
Jnet then tbey heard soft step coming you. nsk' them', to' kill nae'4)vlckl" '_ know. of where we can sit down. extensive work on I he Florida' East While going to the patrol call Deranosuddenly David and Alfred Morris are at

up the sUtra. Through the'.opendrawing : "They'll do ,that. said Lily, grimly. of luck Coast '.. : attacked the otllcEr,.and was present residing In New fork. ,
At this momfnt a great piece railway at Key West early: Sunday .
: below, could Com w( '.. the
mom they hear *< ( petting the' best-of Thorn when
befell., 'them. They met. walking. up morning, caused the death of
'Miss Augusta. playing the piano sweet- She put her hand In Katharine's arm* Waterloo place. r
:fly"and .ofll,.- The step was that of and. dragged her away had been bullet'entering Derane's forehead and -
Cock/ Tbat :young gentleman ,
'Agras, and Injured eight others
Mlif Beatrice the Consoler Wno came ..Five minutes- later Miss' Beatrice Attorneys 1
causing/; Thaw's Will
( turning his Saturday Afternoon to use 'our.of, the were passing through'the brains Seek to Have
injured scalded
total to them. came down stairs, her face, full
ful account b7'.ob orvlnc how trade Instant death. Him Released l ;
,:"My dears she said taking a hand &we !tnesa! and satisfaction because End on the hands and ce."A-tube in f
,of e.ch1 am afraid you ire In terrible she was now going to demonstrate to was conducted' In the West" the boiler bursted. the escaping 1 iM a A New York dispatch saysi", Set. t a'flag
"Oh!" cried Katherine ;'We' are down 'Day- ''at rest all ? '
woods' on rumor
.r A Are swept al0 ttfelr
theta two girls\by means!\ of lier-col-; steam blowing open the. furnace door. .
"Yes," 'said Katharine, "we. are .hi ectlon, of fifteen, 'ihllllugs'and ten saved,' Lily! Dittmer. you,.will helpusr' and throwing live coals and stctThi 'on- tona a few daysago.. The::, railroad present Intentions, J. R. Peabody as

"..1'J"4 .trouble.1 pence. ,how faith and patience and the;two''men .\Vh.) 'were killed. Those depot and Llman's packing 'house soclated'Yiltb Delmas... chief counsel ,
... "Have you found nothing to do, eblldreaT' resignation are always rewarded. She explained:: the situation In"a few Injured were asleep at' the time. were endangered but finally ..aved.arneat' for Thaw said; after a forty-flve mlniutes '' '' ''

But they ''were. gone.. One of the words But the youngGerman's face'dropped. '-- I .' large residence ''and con conference with the p aonel.fthat ; it

"Nothtaf.navs- .", r servants' had .seen them' leave the .. Alas! be had buf eight pence The nubjectof. lcu.'lon in official tents were burned causing I 10.. 'of an application for Thaw's release -' i k

,i. -* yoano. :'friends* to help 7onr' louse. ..Upstairs.they had left nothing, In the ,world; ho' bad lent, three shillings of- circles at, 'Tallahassee'ir'the. order ot. $3,000., A dwelling' owned ,by, L. W. on bail woulet,be made. On\ the ,
to friend-one
and a
;jl t. "Not one" Perhaps they. would return in .the sixpence burned. Loss An- other,hand District Attorney Jerome
$400. .
be Judge Locke la the United Burktardt was
J, "Ohl! children. But there Is evenlnr. the three who shared his room-and States \ / y
D1)1001' *
one Friend. Tilnk of Him." But they did not.; Th&neolnce" came could not possibly be paid before Honda court In Jacksonville in making Perpetual other woods fire at the head of Lake announced fight that ho would .make astrong

,, t1 Lily shook her bead Impatiently. and went at Harley' House.. The girls )", What was he to do? How could the injunction: against the Worth burned v an'old abandoned against granting: of ball
: and
v be ?. Is a rldlen.Iou'al .* board of courthouse at Juno the former coun added that he Intended to ;
'Have you any none* left?" . came home at night heavy of eye and help them Elghtpence draining commissioners from prose
v; _none"' saidKatharines! : ; "And : head, tired with their. day's work; )' small .sum., Would.they go with assessing or collecting the fire cents I ty "seat,, and several dwellings. The cute Thaw for' murder la the first,de

to-morrow, we must, pay the. week In illss .Augusta played' to, them; Miss him to bis lodgingswhere' he would per'acre tax levied In tbede.lcitatddr loss there Is five or six thousand dollars. gree. :

I'advance; or go." Beatrice talked to them. For a weekor persuade/ the other mt"n-'o give up lnlng district under the operation '' f ,

Miss Beatrice was silent because It so, they remembered the two who their beds, and bestow themselves ot the act of lob :j/ s _. EIGHT LIVES SNUFFED OUT. :I

Is difficult to ftDd consolation' for the had sank under the waters; then they somewhere' the landings. ,. for .ex.., ,.,.-- 3-r \ I I. Major: E. C.:. Week I .died In Tallahaieee. . -- , ,"!

i ;lack of money;" most of th. poets and forgot tbetn. -As for' the collection, it I ample? The bill amending the, charter ofthecity' a few days'ago, after a"'longIUlu""s. Man and Ssvsn Children 'DI.'n' A 1.,:'
.writers:despise and her all returned' tote donors, mil "Xo: said' Katherlne.""we cannot do
money: yet
: Flames ,,
1 Caused
'o( Pensacola ,has .become '' a1 .. Until 'a year ago he'wa..ul'o; I by I<..roie"1
,were, two girls Who because they'had only 'Miss Beatrice.: remembered the that, Dittmer.' ..I ain afraid we must Eight '
e ."'- law, as' Governor'; Broward has attached purveyor I I general of Florida. He took,, an persons were burped death :'jJ:
1JO moneyi. H\ girls, and.prayed for them that tbey ,spend the- night here In .the open air, '
t i ". '*My.dwr: ,*? she said, "trill'th Matron might yet bet saved, '. ," and perhaps to-morrow.toQ! wilt come hU signature! and hereafter all, .part Jri politics !In'.reconstruc. early Saturday. morning Dear 9ul1ter.. ;; t

_a ., not give you leave to stay a week At nine o'clock :Katharine began..ti for us.and find some way'of,helpingus. positionsn, the lty. with the:except ,! tion days'holding the office of lieu. ,Texas. The! ,dead are' J., 0. "rlee' ,!' .

,"",\ or7two' -ou'credltr .,' be. tired. Oh! ''It will '?tot be'.so' very bad tlon. of '''policemen,' firemen 'and city,J l tenant; governor and United' States and ,his four children. BelreAnnle'a" :'

"No;-St 1 II against the.rules." .MAr,we to. walk:shoat all day lonr- here:; the night Ik not cold/ And'our clerk ,wll!. be, filled 'by, vote, 'of.. the marshal.'He commanded the federal Home'r'Elm.?, and a ' not .
!*! Thts Miss Beatrice exhorted them to LlIyT": she ..\\ted.' "Can we:not find Jackets are thick! I am hot afraid people... troops .t. the,, battle' .of Natural learned; JottU Dyers, stepdaughter of .. 'I""i

.S patllnteand'totd them in her'sweetrellgloas some'to sit down and rest?' now that ;we Lave found you.". I l I Bridge''' during .the .chll;'' .war, Price; Aline UpchUl'oh.-ptee of Priced i'11r
''t how the Lord wbo Is the '**W hill! auto the-British hesitated;; He bad nothing Price .
way Moseirn.;;, Dlttrnor A bill;;embodying1; a: sound business 1 1I attempted tp start, afire' r' !
Father, 1..0Dt to open unexpected It Is quiet there at least.' to pawn-no watch or chain+he had no principle t Is that v' \ .with'.kerosene when an explosion oci.cuxred. .-' \
: of Senator I I The house commute. of four the
p4 'doors and mate thin.. polllbJ6' which They did. Theywent'. to the room other clothes than,those he" wore; his Trammellof on The victims *
A' ; ,bad s emed'Impotwlbiei until even the wh.reare,the, lrI'eapIc tun. of Aiyrlan frlehjs and fellowclerks were. pooras the'',, seventh distrr .; requiring 'the',..joint committee':'to Investigate; the yond recognition, were' burned- ,b*: ,'f j x-

k" ,bard heart of Lily melted.''and they all battles bLmsalf; at that moment be bad no board pf trustees of the Internal. Improvement acts of,' the Internal improvement'

three wept together.., Ileac they vat down.. Th place was moi-e'than that eiehtoence: with.which, fund to" advertise. lands of- i: board aJe'; Representatives' 'CUrter, .. . -' j I.

I" :Tbeb'MissUeatrlce. blessed :them, very silent and peaceful. 'There' werevery eh&d-propoMdto tide.over the Sun fered .for 'sale.-' : : Watson; Reese and Griggs.. s QUAKE. STARTLES: MEXICANS.. ;:

& t ,and ,went way-with another exhort.* few>visitors so early; the attend day, With only'forty pound. a.'year I -,- -'- ..;',

Y rftton to patience and a hint; which, ,she antswith. their, wands sat about already you see, young man Is liable to days' It Is' '' reported] that .a' new steam' The '.Christian End a or' 'Convention Earth Rocked 'for Four Minutes, BUt ."c i'"

meantfor a'pejaiae-but they' .were disposed .for they gentle dote of tightness; h. takes them a* a necessary chip .line)If-;:soon to be Inaugurated no DamageWaI'Dene.i ,'.'//J e
tnplat '.>>4' CM ilot'nD4er.tan4-that; which: helps' them throuch" the day. part'of a situation which'Is only )lietween'gult-ports- The, steamers. j <, 'which :was held ,In" Lake City An 'earthquake lasting for fours and-% ..
t.'i: Mmethlnjf Rood and unexpected would Pfestnily Katharine leaned ,jjev'lieartpoB temporary. Therefore lie laughs' ; and it .' .
'the pact A halt Jd'' '' .
week .minutes start)
) was conceded by all the ; .
Coappen next day. Why-why did she LII,'. ;shoulder and ,feu* fast $roes hungry'with a cheerful lieart.:, It U stated. .will1,.ply :Between Mobile, I Mexico Sunday night .55,_

r '' ftet tell.....; .ar badbap'done! I asleep: But Lily slept not 'Sb&had an old man has to go hungry' be crows Pepsacola'Apalachtecla and, Carra- tai' have been' ono, of' {the best 'in the rocked In a'long" The 'earth' "

'. W'afSn !the', drawing:: roost?there had been .twak.'nearly: all aUhf:'trat*he" melancholy; became the, situation Is bete. Croaking' weekly : .hl.torr" Christian Endeavor'In' swinging motlon. te". ,;
sailings rtfylng the I inhabitants
been a coIIeeUoO made :lor: them\ 4 was, Dot .dl po ed,,for ;slomber. -:She prmanentiso'to. speak.: But that a 'j : 'fromeachVr ; : ;- but doing' no', ; dw u

oat of their*rty'aft4.tralKbtnewthese snt,looklns at fate with, wrathfuheyen.sndcontinually < fla can bo learned. .: "

poor ladles .had cot taavt&ertfae .putting the iame'flUesJUon at">uch.a'juncture :was indeed the ;,prominent. ones, in. .this-section. representing more places'In thb statethan Clocks Itt U..,clty stopped and,, te1e t ./'Ikb is

urn of fifteen sfis iOB* and te0 i ne.whlcn ... -It'ho bee.Task d'by, every, un-. ,, unfortunate.' The ,elghtpenc.9!! was .}h Mobile; .. parties'' are .'backing! : the ln4 for .Veart. Every section 'of the ,sraph'!' wires were put.out'"of COlnlnls.t,;..'",

jf ,. : was to M Jtvte :to tt*'". la ......' since tlieywafli; together., st'tQelr.servicef-,} But yet..-*. :and :they; ;refalready.1pperaUn': ; ) state" :: : s on., For: a;, port'Ume the.chY'lWM.'i'; ; ;'

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It Fermei Chief Engineer Arrives. "Home. '" Litsst,;Cold; SIMP Virtually': Knocked', WOMEN WHO SUFFEI
and'SaysTSea .'.V.I..Waterwayj Out the Crop. In O .rata-C t-

Tjio J Jury, Failed to Agree : j Will Come 'In Tim.. .,and Wrought'Most ., 'ton I and '-'torn. Hard, Hit. *. i; "' DON

y'p and Is Discharged, Frightful l Havoc, ;' -received .' >;.. Ii.
'John 'F. w\a4\ recently'. All{ the reports, oy Btatjj, Sick Headache
Entomologist R. I... .8mlJi| Indicate"that '(i
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engineer the' Pana.
signed aa chief ot{ .
g. the peach crop' In >U( orgla. is a "
DISAPPOINTMENT GREAT i ma canal,' arrived at New York Saturday -. HUNDRPS1ARE KILLED total'loss. H& received ..reports 'Monday .
'' steamer Panama from M. SHOULD, USE
... . I on --tbe: from JanW,"Cureton. and TV .
Colon. Mr;| Stevens' 'declinedto* talk ..., Cato. of A.ustell. Who \'state that ,all. f f

Seven Jurors Were for Conviction' about the) 'work on' the isthmus. It Two TowsCompletely', Leveledand' a'. the fruit In that section ja killed. a
Air; Smith'received a telephone ,. -/
i Five for' .cqulttal-.iaclou. J f I la, his present. plan' to ,take. a; loqg. Third.' Yet to, Be Heard v f.-o": ''message'. from :Adalrsvllle'one; ''Of Ute l..a

Rot Muit-Be Rehearsed rests including a. trip Europe' ba News;, of Disaster Is DIm> largeat 'p achahlpplng'olnt.. rii! North ,

r ," '' Again. fore tfgaln; engaging: in a tvo' bustteas. cult .to Obtain. Georgia,' to the< --effect that 80 per HERBINEFor +"
{ }fir. Stevens said lie was great i cent, bf the crop there was killed

,. ANew York .special, says: IloptK ly flattered by the sandpit given-him :The city o( Chllpak.clngo, Mexico, Sunday.. It was stated that the' fruit
-ot' by 3.000"canat employes when he'left has 'been completely destroyed by' one wag practically all right until that
lea ty divided-seven for a verdict
Colon.hI retired on the best at time, but the .severe frost and freeze
ot the heaviest earthquakea( that ban '
guilty of murder In the first degree terms with my fellow employee," he which came then 'finished It; ;
i ,and' five for acquittal on the l .ground 'said. \ ever vlslted/tbat section. The; known Mr. Smith sending out letters to : Permanent .r

., of 'Insanity-the Jury which, since When Mr. Stevens was Informed dead so far number eleven and the all the peach'-growing sections arthcs, HCBBINX abts 'directly; on theUrer.: 'it.,wJU ear*' COVSTtYA- r s
Parry that: a story had bit published' to badly Injured twenty-seven. The utmost state making Inqulrly-as 'to/the ox? yfrom': tne
January 23 has been trying ofj ,
the effect that his' resignation was due panic prevails everywhere and tent of damage done the crop, and. li
st UrK-GiriMG HERBS.' Especially' for weak and weary I
+ K Thaw repprted Friday afternoon to a realization that tbe canal l .never people .are fleeing to. the open count expects to ,have deflnlte Information constitutions: strengthens the weakened adapted glands. and orgsnsl\ It,checks. i"

after forty-seven hoars and eight would''' be ,completed: lie' replied: try. Many minor shocks) ..completedthe about the matter. the latter 'part. .of .al 'derangements of.the human body. ,
't-; minutes that it 'could canal will destruction' of tbe -first
of deliberation "Thut's ftottbynao. Tbo work the week.
f not' possibly: agree. The twelve men bo) couipieuU Just is' sure a. you. "are earthquake. A. ,M. Kltchen.'a well known peach. CURED HER **-
''if, were 'prompUy discharged by .Justice alive." All telegraph communication 'wlUi grower of Baldwin Ilabersham county Mrs. Jomle! Cameron" Central Avenue"Temple,

c; Fitzgerald who declared that he, too- Asked at to ,,/b tlc.r'! he' thought the outside world ceased .shortly after stated that' his county would Texas: and writes take pleasure I find HBRBINB In recommendingit arwam.qafekreUeI ; to ail..
believed their task hopeless. .Thawwas till. canal eventually would be ot 'the 11:30: oclook'Sunday night, when scarcely turn, out a tingle' crate, of women who suffer boat sick: headache.'*

remanded tp the Tombs without tea level type, he replied: the first shock was felt: The 'telegraph .peaches this; year. WITHIN T &'REACH or,,ALL
,ball| to await a second {trial on 'Undoubtedly-19 time" operator. have Installed: temporary -- '"There: ,la not a! crate: of, peachea '" '
t' the charge of having'murdered Stanford Mr.. Stevens said he rqalgncd for -- ,, quarters' on, an open' square left, .on nay place. he said! 'and 1 Hlly :Cents A'Eottle' .AroUAll[ ;., .tM. ,,

$,' White '. 'purely 't oeraona rations. The report and'are working with the sky ,for a am' satisfied there ''Is- not in, llaber- Liniment'Co. "

'''hen this new trial will take place1 ,that the' canal) will neve. be bulitbecMiiee roof.Word sham county. I am satisfied-the loss Ballard..Snow :.- ,

no 0116'.connected with The case could : there was ho rock foundation has reached Cbilpanclngo In Habersham county: alone. this,year St. Look, 'U.S. 'A.
a ''express an 'opinion. District Attorney for It, )lr, Stevens: said; ; that the town (If Chllapa has also will be .250000.. : ; tx] . .
,: eJ9nie\'de; lared.that, there were' "It'I. all rot" adding:' "'The foundation been destroyed. As yet! no details "Of.course I know only what I have

many other' persons accused of homicide on tha''I.thn.ud are. as. 'good as have, been received'" a. to the"' npmnbes '' heard, as to other sections of the 8OUO.AND. IIZCOMMR Al '
i awaiting ':tral| and that Thaw. In. New York city: '_ of dead and wounded- but !It is .fear state, but the indications all'point to s"1 *

'" i would.. have" 16 take his turn. "Will you see the president in ed that the number-will bja Jarge.;, a general destruction' of the peach for Sale at ROBERSON'S PROo STORE.; .:
Aa to ar possible change; of venue WashingtonT'. Ae was -asked.- ..Chllpanclngo la ,the caplUl of, the crop by the recent severe and. con' . ---.: --. ..... ___ .. ..'. : . r. .
both'the district,attorney and counsel Jt he wants to see. me., he, will state ot Guerrero and, tour years' ago timed cold _eatber." /"';! ..

for"Thaw declared they would make know where to find mo," said! the was visited by an earthquake which J. <-A.t-Hall?; .of Oalhoun.i, superintendent << ; KISSIMMEEStO'P'TE.:
chief engineer; "1 have done wounded of Its Inhabitants ''.
no such move. Thaw's attorneya my killed aud. .many of public buildings ana .
will bate ,a conference with the share.( tbij,J work in tbe'caual: and and destroyed a large part grounds of Georgia ..who has Interests :

prisoner to decide, upon their next, I am willing\ that tome one..else should, of the .town... (The population--'of" In his section, 'says he Is :
atep., 'They'.may, make! an early application take a band town, .la '7.498" and until the, panic satisfied there ""Is. not. a' crate' of ItIVE ,: :

for ball. Mr., Jeromesaid "Tho: people of the United States Into which the citizens' have; been'thrown peaches' left In Gordon 'county. They IIIIY .
should get the Idea out of'their heads aatea some lUwlll be lmposslbl@ hays had 'practically ''winter weather t. '.
1 oppoao "
that' he wile strenuously i it. .
that the\ canal) work is not pVogress- to', state just what extent the, for the past ten days or, two weeks: ; STEAMER LILLIE, STEAMIER'ROBEltiA, .. .,
He, added that as seven<< of the jurors Captain CUy Johnson Sr, Captain Clay Johnson, Jrr, e
'It Is on ,
his Ing. goh4' splendidly. recent earthquake has decreased U- he- said, and''It has .e'en. Impossible.
had voted, torlOty, opposition Tho 'population.of the city of Chllapa.Is for ahem to survive' it. t Regular "...eklr trips to Baaslnger sd return" Roseada leaves .JClaat..: '
probably ''would be successful. In COMBINE FACES HEAVY FINE. ) .' The temperature recorded broke neo. Tuesday morning and arrives TJsetmmeeTriday; evening.' ". : "

;; that 'event, Thaw has another. long , between tbe 'qittes. of chit.. April :records for 'more, than' twenty Special Charter\ Trip. to'LAke bkeec>ot>ee and Fort Myaro oa tire Lu Be. .\' ; ,,

summer, before' him'In the city prison Standard.Oil Company Found Guilty 1&.000\, \(and phliapa la located!!, the years. Cottpn has been the. heaviest. Comfortable accommodation for >>.. ...cen. Rats. reasonable.Tha" .'
for his case 'on'the already crowded
on --1,463 Counts, for Rebating.The city xtla This Is a prosperous sufferer; In' consequence of the phenomenally most plctureaquo Waterway In Florida.'PuI.lller' . ,
''v- criminal'' calendar cannot possibly '
and, as season Jot and Freight Rates apply to -
and progressive community early many Cold
be reached unlit .tall. ,Standard Oil Company of Indiana JOHNSON Bit.i'Proplstorr.On ':
.no word has been received from that In ,,SojHa: 'Georgia had been. planted CLAY
The scenes attending the announcement .'which has been on trial for has I board "Unt..'VKUalmia\ v tta,
It also .
place la., feared that It for a sufflclent-'langth of Ume'for.tbe c -
by the jury ,ot its, Inability to the six weeks before Judge Lan- q .
luist been 'destroyed.) ''According tothe plants to be well.'above. the ground-' ,...
agree were robbed of theatrlcatlsm by dh;. In the United States district movements of the earthquake Tlxtla and these have been killed dutrlght. \ '
the c'neral'belief that after their i court at Chicago on a charge of having line and If putting''
would be. In its direct ; farmers 'are''' forth prodigious '
.bug'dollberatlon and tbe reports; of ], re eJved' rebates from the 'Chi; tbe .city has escaped it has been. efforts to-secure cottonseed for if '

a wide division ofsentiment, the jurors ; cago and Alton railroad on shipments 'on Iy,by a miracle., rcrlenttng'and' are meeting-with ''but A.cfoeri8 aBeauty ,q

'Tha.w surrounded by the members Louis, ilL..WI.1l found guilty .Saturday
a telegram saying that, POU: cents per bushel for seed which they

ojt hie'family, -the' ,devoted aged night on 1,463 counts out of the orlg- lives"were lost In the destruction, of' sold nL ji'..few. juonUis'.ago'.! f<'?rJusthalf ..._- ,- -:.But. ...---ItJhouid-- -.-- -.--.-- -:8etadeanlkthat.Catitts... ... .. '
iticthef..tbe'pale' ycung .wife.,.the..U-. --lnal-rl,903-lu-.the'-lndlctinuuu.-\ -remaining -- -ChllpauclngdCnse"leiegram addr tftat i i th ij price!. T _- ' r 'Service.t ;
''; to Its ,
tied alster the countess of Yarmouth 440 counts,were dropped fromtiindictment' both 'cities'were"'' completely' destroyed. . N , .--. ,:- I
.-Mrs. 'George Carnegie and Edward on account of errors.; In governmental circles the, re THAW TRIAL'WA S COSTLY. t T .' .

'*calved .The oil cnmpany, (Is liable to; a'fine of port) ;: Is ''not credited. 'The' federal By Sylvester Baxter. _UUVLJR'tJSING .

$29,260,000. as' the Elklnt ,.I)law;: which 'ic:? raph office; In Mexico City- deClares -. .ContervaUve. ; Estimates Place Ex. .._ -v- ,,,,.., .i ---'"
t fr- Thaw's, wits: gripped\ her, husband's the Indictment charge the,company j. that the first and last report pence at; (300.:00. V. '
.:;"{ Hands tightly as the jury foreman with having violated, provides a fine jlv'ecelved was' that contained In the' ''The. total cost of the'Tha", trial / has indeed become an ark. It;remains for It

'spoke, and then when. he sank down or. 91.000.,. to $!0,000 for each "of fens*. I 'dispatch received about noon Mon. at New: Yo k. has broken all records; to become, It not a fine art* at Itast'an art that calla .beaoty:

">kber side, she cheer aim Pending the declaloa on moOontor' day. It, is admitted that both opts, The'most oonsarvativq'estimates place tq It.. service.' Wben. ", It'doel; .much'i:; : tb..n. 'l:1: that Isis .

a1,)e st she could by saying that she a new trlal'tbe court will not pass. wgre toweled to the ground, but It 1* the expense of the trial at 300000., now; misdirectwd, riiucfi ot'hemoney that' Is npw prod
believed he be sentence on the company. igally. wasted In deatroyln thoworld'I. bMtity, will b* saved.
would admittedto ,
now not thought that.the. death list wUl Of thfhamount$2o0c4w111tall'upcu'the "r.
i' .
second jury. .' 1 , . ..-. J' "' The right procedure to mdteatX fcr .lllpp8 cooWple. Y..,
andthat.a would even' appro r!mate 500, owing to the ; ,Thaw', .: family ,7; :
''surely set' him free.' '',, ,'. ' :ONLY SIXTEEN PASSED 2r the'houses', ,natal V af-'. hat also ( lbepeople, : ous medium for pubUc ** 't> '
. fact ,that; : are 81 ,Th8..trlal.. )8t.'t ,f"
Tbe, mother'' the, sisters and the. tt .' -.\.;;'\'. /: ',; 7\/.t'\ .Posllion'of':" .f'" : ;lairs;builtof'stone"\ ; and tadobe?Jn' or* ?a \large f amount, and J It iIs\belleredlhatltbe ,'":" :',,. f".fortaltlog.pubfC.: ,; weekly or,.monthly! att.tuisa tbtpy' o ga It1U.'Mlli.._" Ma., .,

.Brothers, andwell-nigh exhausted Out pf.1,389 Applicants for rderi p.> to\resist earthquake '.shocks.. tiThe ! estmatea ofili00,000'wit to ilit '
'' it""! CjttX, : t *' ,i } ; j ., . ot'public journals} -those' which'"are recogalMd a* tbe teost,.....n hips- ,'
W.> "
b) their' tedious, nerveracking'wait < Pure Food Inspector.The l ;: federal authorities ,at. the capital ' exceeded; .' r 1'r. Urns for advertising,, arid which consequently;obtain the,highest prices for

for a verdict. ,smiled weakly at. civil service commis.Jou'.t have been apPialedto by the governors ''their services-make 'lt.\a mute :classify!, and,restrict In'a judicious manner
Thaw as be was led away again toy .W..blncton"hu completed. 'examination : of the districts 'of' Brnvo. .an4 MANCHURIA. IS I V"'CU"'TED. the,: adTertlsemonta.that they, print; They confine' then' to certain parts of
' the Tomb. !They, were permitted to of'applicants for the office of Chllpapa' for'' tents a. .tbe. ,,intiab'-'' --- the publication,.they restrict their display to certain'decorous'style of type. -

speak with ,,him for a few" moments' inspector .under"'the pure food law. tanta ,in the stricken cities are now" Both J.p.and., Russian;' Troops Withdraw recognizing that to admit a+helter-.kelterdlstrlbugon through alhoolumns.
to bid him be of good cheer before Out of 93 applicants for chief food living IB the open having constructed 'from Chinese Territory., \ to display them in Incoherent fashion 'according tothe."blm.: 'oftJt.; advert'. <,

be 'crossed the "bridge of algha" to and drug inspection'chealist .80 passed dwellings out of palm leaves. and. The Russian i yd I Japanese troops Users, would largely destroy 'very object heldlu'vlew.; The readers ot r

,Q the cell, which' until a fev 'minutes .. There were -1,389 applicants for .branches., H have now. completely evacuated, Manchuria these journals would resent the intrusion 'of. advertising a.attarnl." 'the,
before he! had hoped he was about. to the position! of food and drug,inspec The aovernor of'the,state of Guerrero according tothe terma of the apace-set apart'foe: news, editorials; erc,!.and tb.,InSutaee,,-that.. gives" .ta, adv
e gilt forever. tor.- but' the- examination 'proved) * In the same : the forms ot 'advertisingthat now cly..x.: . way : ;
: <
Outside the big square criminals be so i rigid, that only sixteen were and"troops to the. destroyed district certain number of railway guards. .
to the community ought'to bereatrlctectaDd'keptlthlo properUatUa.
{ courts: i j building only I a ,few hundred found, to" hare) met. 'the requirements. 'and the work ot rescue and sanitation Manchiirlan. towns, etc.,-whlcb, were It this were effected the practice would ttunga from the public 11"iviAw that'it '
w persons were, .athered.Tboul&nda -..: Is being carried on Ina'systematic under. Russian! and Japanese control -, :
that-in conslderabladegree
'' now Is to a function a ; mlgbt-couple g.ralas),
;;, .bad been there,.earlier In the day, WORK OF"TR..IN', WRECKERS.. , manner,. 'Both cities are so tar removed ,, have' been returned to the Chi. I service to-the publld 'with"a'presentation of It. material In an'interesting;. aril
but. the police, had Instruction to '--... from the railway that It Is 1m.posslble nes,authorities! '., black border, ,all.around Harper's Magazine,, : ..

.keep 'every. "one moving, and this. Plunge.. of Passenger Into Open '8wltch to ,obtain rapid, intellgence'\ ,, ', ..o'' ,. . .
'soon tired ,the Idly "c rlowJ. Deals' Death and Destruction. of. the disastersYERKES'REBIGNS. 1 PATTERSON LOSE8'HI$ CASE. (
Thaw, when he had returned to Three'men killed and one probably / . "

the Tombs, 'gave out .the following fatally Injured la the result of whatIs i OFFICE.. Colorado. Ex-Senator: ,': Held In Contempt .FW-- iae. Crime .' "'
statement! believed to 'be 'the work of train -' by'U.; B. Supreme Coyrt. a ,

'"I. believed that' every man 'In theJuryposae.sing wreckers at Cheaeyvllte! IM.,. on the Internal' Revenue: Commissioner 'to The 'supreme court, of the'.Unlted *

'average! Intelligence' .Texas 'and Pacific railroad between Take up1 Practice of Law. 'States ,.Monday' dismissed the writ of jgairist'. Sociejy.By T6'' :' ', i
fit- 'excepting oaslblyr :Bolton. comprehended '1 and 2''o'clock'' 'Sunday i morning. John' W, Yerkes commissioner 'ot. errQI"'In the case of former United :
the"Weight'of evidence and when a westbound passenger train internal revenue., baa resigned, and States Senator.1>atte! on. .of, Cplorado, 1. ay tit ,

.r i balanced It for ''acquittal. All or'my, plunged) into all open switch. The his resignation.,has .be.u..acc.epted.Il.? In' which he was fln'od .'1,000' by the James, Cardf"al.Glbbo/ll.: :';" a

k '. fatally bid me:';good by, with : ura&'e,. (wreckage caught are'' and the 'mall the ''president.; -te'Jeavell the.eerrice. ,Colorado supreme court .on.'tbe.charge

1, trust.: .(D., V.) we may alt keep car, baggage and fexpress': : :car and of the government to.Center: the; practice of contempt The action..amrma the I'
well.Er' ."- two'passenger'coaches! ; wen burned. of.laitr., ., .. atTIRED decision .ojt. the Colorado courts.. .e.e ee"sl+ae'OUJNTARt. .-self murder! Is: not only a"violation.()(.the"divinelaw ; "I t
... but-Js also a crime .against society. We art social: beIngsv :Wa
FuoiTIVt' FIVE DIE IN ':THIS 'WRECK. : .. a duty to the .. to'.
WORK 'OF'\' OF', BEING, ; :We, owe, conupoawealthas. ". '
BOLD LONE BANDIT.. 'FOR' OBSCENE PUBLICATIONS :--':-; 2 4, our.e ve.. We, mutually .'dependon, one, another,, like ''the' .
-, 8entence .Fast Train'on Great Northern Shat- 'V' j "members of our physical body ."For none of u."U.etb to 'e
Under of '
Stage Coach, H ld'P, and Sum" of New .York Company: 'Is Fined George" Bundrlck ..:t.r'ad".nd Burned. Z A'aself; and no man 'dleth to himself.'* '.Human''society' ,
i o6Secured. II' Deth, Gives HIMself- -,Up., __.____ 'be compared to grand ''
-t23; "8um ''of $31,000. Running at,' .,lpeed :"of forty' miles :<;ma" a army tvery! member'of which ,+
f :' The stage runningbetween' Malta -Judge HO.Ja..ln 'the criminal branch .George 'AVJ.. 'Dundrlck, u der'death 'an hour, the- Great Northern welt: " Uiieee'it' Ba* ispecial place and mission' assigned'to'; '' imrby'his' r
court . .Sove ',n 'Comma der.; To abandon "(b.' post of duty'In-,$' '
and'Zortmao., Mont; was'heJd'up Sunday .ot 'the United States, criminal 'courtat sentence of the' superior ot.Crisp bound Oriental Limited, which left St. 1
county Ga., for the murder of Job. Paul for-the Pacific'coast points Sunday ' trusted to :a sentinel II regarded by the military code as a,moat'co.aidb'i, ,
.* night by a lone::bandit, accordingto Nsw York :"Wednesday imposed fine* ; : : at' .ot which Is punished' with extreme: : rigor,, What leas,does the,suicide do '
Schroeder In Rains, Dooly county morningwas derailed 1:13:
,'R1 I telephone ''message received; !, inGreat I nggregatlcg'131.000" ngalnat, the New.. than basely abandon the situation'assigned to him In the warfare of .lifer '
'Dow 'at.'narUett
r ; YorkHerald 'Publishing Company: .Oa., in 102; surrendered at: o'clock Monday' morning, And .the...', Is,no vlcqt! more contagious tbaa'eowsrdrr,_desertion. It |a,often' '+t +,,
''J Falla;. ah'd'.a'.sum. estimated Cal. 1liundricic N;,.D Fire persona, were killed... and is ti
" I .James Gordon Bennett.- proprietor ney v followed b,. a general, mutiny. The .same true.of Ielde, When 'sew. .,
: ,128.006,1s. ,, .said to have..been'secure'd.. I and,Manley W. GlUatn;. the advertising gave himself,up, saying' he 'ia score'or more injuredaotne'- of deeds of, self-murder are widely circulated by the press they are not/, igfre- ,;

The, robbery' ;;occurred. just north otZortman. : manager- The fines, which .were .Ira was, tired .ot living .a fugitive .from them serioMaly.After. .qaently"followed by'numerous,;, voluntary slaughters.. 'A,' 'u1c d..l\ ' hunted '"every"minute "of ''his the, wreck a gas tank explod the landTha Centuryi, J I4f + |
entering the law, over sK3r
.; as the stage was mediately.paid) were, Imposed ,as seven 'c : TFl
ed-and the train took' fire,
r the' Little Rockies, .with, .a consign: result of pleas. ot 1ruUtJ"t Indictments time, and that be was; willing to go destroyed. Thera passenger . -. -

:.went' ; 6f money to pay the pages ol charging use of the United States 'back to':",Georgta' :and" hang' for hip ls-saidto,coaches be(Some being evidence tbat'theraUa.

: :the miners, at .th {ZortlJlAD 'mines.. malls for crime ,
.,Improper) purpo.e.J, 'I ...had, 'been tampered ""with, I


't ,--.. . ----.. Visited ,Tenderloin District, "Chap :

n Sunday'' Blaze 'In Taxa.'ToWn Flays "southern Educational Conference Din '.r n.d" by"s Negro' Woman. Escaped, Negro ,Conylct la Again' ,Be.' :

"* Frightful' Havoo,;' --regarded '"His Wishes. Rev,. Wj, Howard Hears, curate'of hind Pr.laon _Bars ,e
Fire, Sunday 'destroyed almost _the The conference for education t la'"the St. Matthew's Episcopal! church: In'NewYork ( Burton Kelly; who el'eVen years ago

-y 'entire' business 'section 'o't Alpine, .J uth'; In; session '.t>Pln hurst, K.-- C:; ,who was.arrested by the escaped .from the- ,Georgia :penitentiary. .

t 1"eaa.i.: : 'Thtotai. '. Josses:' 'will _reach. ,Thursday elected\jofflcera" as,,folio war' police at a' house in. the tenderloin ., was''captured 'near ,Amerlqua; >> L JOB., 101

at ,4100-00l; : Not .a business 'house on Robert :C-' Ogden; New York precut': district, March 12, last,' where be. had Friday';morning by,Sheriff Bell at i the : ,. j"y

;the'square'Escaped'. ;' the flames." .' Some dent;;' ,O. QU bT' .Jorda .. Georgia, Jrlce. gone i'n'1'company. pegro'"woman, : point :of'his'platoi.the. negro show i y y:1
.of the" structures, were entirely.con'iiiftned ',pre.1deukn. J. Baldwin, Alabama, sec has been;,'deposed;from-'the 'ministry- lag fight< Kelly''wast' Hllt"noecl'< formusderlnJuper.coaaty I ._ ..< '* ,-. <* r

and all sutfeiedheavy? >; dam :retsryl'Willlam:: Blair:),North .Carolina, follotwlng 'a report' .of a,'cpmmlselonlof,..:' ,, ;; ,aim'escaped; SflffiARI
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t > BVWT PR18A>jr'::' "I'\ Drug Co. i S S S .', JamestownExposition-

Office in,:Valley 'Gaiette;':'Building.MBJMWML .
< ' .'" .. . '. ' > q ., WAS STANDING ON THE CORNER,

W/'tt/ ;, PARIS,; Editor aid Prcp'r. WHAT WE" DO FOR YOU. r.; AND FEEL1HG# VERY BLUE- ; i

'. t.wwr.l..U.a._ .Buut. **b ode tin writer.r .. rwt 'I'D I J.1KE TO GET TO TOWN
.:i .. _' *,wfll nit t* ratanMd, .n..... We Cirry the largest and I 1 nr \TO GET ME A PAIR Of* Viii TheAtlntic_ Coast Line.

,. j- .. -".. -.--;---.. 1 -.- most ,varied'. stock, of our line II II shoo -
,. t pf.ndSt the PoMaflhM> U IU.{ ._._. '...... ... in town. I I A UR BLUE RIBBON ,
.... __.
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._------ We carry none but the' I WHAT tt.tl0lt SHOESCOfYfcJCHT -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: freshest and'purest of drug I ,i If sNOta eor-- Pullman
: .. ... ... :$100 at all time - ,I tooKs Two Dally Trains Each Way, witK Through. -
.... '
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,SMMT.WMIWravy. tJuo.nth.....I.iHi I.. .. .:.:::. .. 60IS 'Your prescriptions are filled )- iR.uelt Buffet Sleeping '"Cars..
,ir'i'\ ii i -- --.,,,
; Apri1.i0,10(17 by a Graduate in'' Pharmacy: ,'. ..... .
;Friday, ( five
a besides years'actual .ex-
/ art perience.Doesn't. Season,.6O days and 1 5 days limit excursion tickets on sale daily /0 ,4

,#, i, from April,19th to November 50th, at low rates. Ooactux ursion at'
Expense of;>> Candidates. this mean'sorne.. ,
'thl I very'low rates. For further Information see ticket agent, or communicate ,.'
::3 The: Savannah News suggests that gP"e .. with

,a' I the Florida Legislature. pass a law carry sufficient help to 9 -v J' -
limiting expenditures for political deliver your packages withina l J. W CARR, T.' P.' A., J. 0. KIP.ICI.AJND D.. P. A.

'purposes, a. It now costs candidates few moments after the pur _,:, , 4 Fp' %- 1r.L.r TM.MOWN 4HOC OO TAMPAt. FIXW1DA.C. '

too much, and that i* the reason to. chase. This Is'not idle TA WHITE,'O. P. A. *: W J. CRAIG; P. T. .M.

:' day good 'men decline to run' for boasting, but :we want your' -' .. C WILMINGTON. N. C. . .

p Governor.1' business and we know we. .- . -- ... -
r There ta no doubt of much expense can please. '
attached to the of For Sale by' +rs "''' r"
jfcelog candidacy ,
.. .. . "lr. !,
this -- - -" --- -- '
1 men In btste: and one hats told r:= : --1, Prale..e.w, .
'. c:' A. CARSON. *. C. BRYAN, ScrUry.T : I'
the Metropolis recently to: be a candidate .\. ,

., State, national Kissimmee .: : M
for a position Drug Co.. H.33_ .
r la the primaries and to be _ a financial/ ruin-yea.: bankrupt- Klsshnmee. Fla.. :: :
Waters & Co.
Carson Grocery
-- e1. This should not' be the e..e'l itt OOoOooOOOoOoooOOOooOo

'a1J1tateI against that ooTeted rightof ... ,, _.. . .
--- -- --- ------ - .
; all who desire c.n.l. be candidates. f '-+WboUMl* Bvtsll"

Its man'canot. pay his party assessmen' .,- :
,r he cant be a candidate or have .. - --.-. QR'' :R'IEslOUNTY
his name printed on the official ballot

} With .. BUDDED TREES !
t* Q or more candidates! seeking .
_ the fame office much more money ; __ AGENTS'1'9-
Is expended than otherwise 'would be f
-r.. were there only onn aspirant. The Islesworth Nurseries. HAY "
4'r.: poor men have lone since declared I | Celebrated Fertilizers I -' :r ff
t.bey were barred from being candidates t _
iw owing to the expenses. This I $ GRAIN ETC.. ,f. :

Is,wrong, and oo man should be as CHASE & CO., PPOPRIETORR: J. W. BOAR AOKNT f Circular sad Prices _ _ I
e, eased for more than he Is able personally F.r.I...... .. A"lIc.U... '
to !" .
It Is a consoling pa fact, however. to We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a !general
know that. only I a Democrat can be -assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading vane
kt I elected la Florida. They may fuss ties.. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough Leraotr and HIDES FURS WOOL
and quarrel among themselves as to Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind. ,
candidates! and rules and regulations. t- All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to t
but one of them will be elected. ThereIs userPaint name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to :
no ot.bel'pal'tl In Florida of strength none and our trees are as fine's* mot ey and twenty year's experience Count 3r Produce a, $peoialt .
sufficient to make Democrats afraid can produce. We are 6kllll'< 'a specialty I this season! of the
t of it, nor is there apt to be for; years. famous California Valencia Late. which Is destined to become thegreatest
y Lowertheeapenpes. 'and open the and money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct -
f of wealth can be candidates" fa Flor .. and protect your bouse.
M Jd.-.lacbonUle'MetropoUI': I will be pleased to bring my 1907 Write for Prices. to J. W. HOARD.Gotha Fla., or call and see our Nurseries r
,sample books to your -bou e and at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. *v*
'Tb re has been Ml car loads of lettuce make any suggestions in the latent
M decorations that you may desire. .
and celery shipped from Sanford --- -- -- ----
#" by refrigerator cars up, to, this date Drop me a card and I. will cheer- jifiHAMQl
;1 43,000 crates of celery the balance folly furnish estimates on paperand
lettuce., There still remains a large painting, : :, : :' : ; :

.'been gross.amount bringing,netting.bout to be about shipped.: (2.25, .St40SanfordCbrosloler .Celery per ''crate bas-- .I$ORCE; A., BA R E K, :.Sunny i South Stables., /4- ) PMDi?i : ,


Senator l hriesof Manatee, 1NQRAM & GILBERT! Proprietors. SHOES
Introduced a joint resolution In,, the .- -. -, --.-----
Senate Monday proposing an amendment N..nWNMnNNNN MNN.N.M.NN nnp \ \ S

1t to. the-constitution.,' declaring ARE"AGENTS'roRInternational. la o\tr rvea .pcc a.Jty'fact.orj.* each .

for absolute.this .resolution State prohiblbltlon.Bboujd ..pass both. Harvester Co. LIVBRYSALB' and BOARDING 1 / ,troas qE.rand;! ice. ra"J.arJ rt e.cdlla1c. ,-

bouses,there (fl not much. doubt thatit 'rTh'e 55.S r i U r ether f would be ratified by the people at S -- :: w' '
Gasoline Engines. ..,
do Eta woo I
the beat ejection.'The . .. Jeptrtnwat mutt ova rich :.
Well equipped,, with New Stock and Vehicles and S and ta perfect Larmony; with every "

Miami Metropolis, referring to Best on the* Market. We 'prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis $ t t fctLcr Part.i" . :
Governor Broward's proposition to .
will make close prices on 'Engines S ) ,... "' >"," .,.* .< )" .
1' aMsto. the press\ says "Governor you faction. > : '" )\O t'll"\'iIJl""'-v.echauicj' : *combine' *"l ';.
,!' Browar. probablv had 'In mind the and' mp. in run'ninorderon i ;'>'.'J'f.. 4: .. .
fMftfta*... would not be a candidate ; : .t c.,JC' .
'' ,
i your farm. "yr..u M' ; ,at ,
1 muzzling/or election the when press.he.suggested,Out Florida the . ; HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY, :'. . i silt.1 t7 z1.. a )a ,t\1'that 'IU".It' ; . > '*dwe

law-makers ,are too wise to. do the 1.:131: r.'Lar-:,"; ,. SLC; price rl1 t Governor's bidding, The majority of \W. ,L. Van Dozor. & Co. .

1 them owe their honored positions to
the press and boosting, gave ,tAY AIIOTC i DCAUB W1' vaS H.t5 1M, .. .
A f :them lntheircampaigns 1 ." = ,:,_',,=, '=--='. 1- VV ;AKERS
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# '' .. :' MAKE none FINE .10s ;r1AN t -' c. 8
W..1br.rktl.r rs.tv1 < 'PHA.RlVIA.CV" Q71i1R tIa71Jf: '
d wJoewt t. 1. AND.VAO.O70 ANA
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6la thmus ...cod pt.M. .
..i.wr/u by ant nil. f._stet 1oeIf t.1 . Tl-tC '

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,, forget
THE when
Don't us
....t 8eca. -' 8; i 8""
Your cough is only In your throat /
'And does Dot trouble. you now, ,don't {: J:;. W. SIMPSON 8 LEADING need of. Ahythlng S'S I
think that It needs. no. attention. DIRECT FROM OUR'
whim it has not had much of a start. ,DENTIST.Office !: DRUG' in the DrugSTORE DISTILLERY
is the time to check,it. The slightest
F cough easily leads to Pneumonia"'OaceoU: Pharmacy,
Bronchitis and Consumption.: A Line.
-'' bottle of Ballard.s Horehound Syrup OFftCJI. : nouU'. .. t 'J a. m. to I2 m. .8 WILLOW 7
r 1:30 6:30 DALEWHISKEV
will that. t.o p. m. +
cure cough, and the price .
Telephone No. 76 Jun Ivr.
f puu It. within reach of all.. For sale o. i ie

;. ,-by Robsraon's .Pharmacy.-. l.. .. ., 11' Bottle 01 "Herblne" .fREE to Every (Customer. ,

Dosi't Pal?Off. T. M. RIVERS.'M.0 U. .

for tomorrow can do today. Pbyalel sad SttrgeoM.!
If yon not off bottle of Bal- -. !
,. 'lard's Snow Liniment. when that pain Office tn:Van Duxor' Building.rtoNB.olnc spr''vF'fF'Q ' ,

omes'you won't have any Buy a *,; i4.. :'Rid*.c*.'13 ,
+' bottle today A positive cure fort NORTH KISSSIMMEE.c. .PHONE ; '
Rheumatism, Burps, Cuts, Sprains, :'jlDR. alaraata, n&, ;; '
; Contracted Muscles, eto. T.. H. 0...- r \r :81 '
tt'b, _. Pralrio. Orov-i; Ark., writes, : 4' > W.flr-iffin 4SSW"11 5'
'''I wish to thank you for the good '
r> results i received from Snow LlnlBent. LESLEY ,W.;,W EDON.j ; ,
T It'' positively. cured me of $PCIALIT: VVB. ( '
Rheumatism after others bad fslled.V "
." n . ". ,[ 'A"'NO.'AN THROAT. \i Fancy Family Groceries' I It Send its' :2.83 and ship you in a'p1.M'
t case with no mark to show contents, four.foil
Thn nib Private no'p-lta1.' American'Nationil ) quanta,of WILLOW DALE RYE express pepajd. r''
t 'Bank Bid fl,Tampa.,Fla.. ' Fresh Meats. Try it and U 700 don't find it all right .a a the
t' \t ', j' 1 best. yon ever tasted send it back to us at onr'exUs ..'
peIUIe J'OIU'' $ be 1I
pomptIy &
theta reOnd
Deliuery Every Day at Hour.: Patronage Solicited J Hwffi '
; >- T1tI1poItation any ,,411 Iaa't. f alr o \ ,
DR. :dHA8.C,: ,. ORR, '.., Staue , exierlet AtAuac- reL- >e S .emembere are c11ltJ11er..'.0 whenyoa 'bee $
(Toni us you save the enormous profits of the dea14 +l
,,,Auto. 'CarS'Line.. ; DENTIST Ii 1 era and avoid aU chance of adulteration. Yoa ere ,
EST '\ sere 01 D& one whiskey Jut.1 It > ',
Van' from :
ST 'Lsava; ri.. mmee $::45 ..m.. ,Office In : Duzor Building.., oar distlUery.wiu-&t heiRg tampeted with J.a. say' "
Arrive Orlando 8:30 : -y.
.11I Phone No.,76. I 5four
+ Arrive'.Sanford '8O.. m.' R. X- HARRIS M..,tX,, J. 8. MC,BWAN, \ : U :JOI&'J''IC! oorn whhkqwe Wht MIld

Leave Sanford, 11:00: .. m., fallquartsofoayALLANINCLAIR'CORN''
"', f .Arrive OrUndo 12:30 p. ID.Lea" - '. ::HARRIS SA1S1TORIUM. WHItKEYfe'il.EO ld..7foaadn'tl I M'
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;' r The Klsslmmec Valley Gazette'[ 'Ah..J.T., Ingram, 'who'' spent the White Star 'Laundry-City Bakers: Easter< novelties at; Kau'a; 1 now have roy'new' bottling ;works-.r-----kept quite. busy 'planting theircrops ;a'.. ,

? I winter hers with bis brother- L. H. HI., honor, Mayor1' Murphy has I I New line of fans and white. parasolson Installed ...d' am ready to All. all of corn. beans peas, etd't : I

,: TKUKPHONK NO. 11.; J Ingram for the benefit'of bis health, placed plain ''drsnks on the -luxury sale at Rate's.. orders for first class. ,soda water future outlook II. much more pro-". ''; '

Ii returned hlshoroe at.ClInloOoj N.,
J PUBLISHED EVElRY FRIDAY last week very much Improved.; Indulge 11 in one aocaslonally. ; but your bottled soda from toe' home factor furnish better,'eobch than ever.belore. Several times .lately ,we havehesdgreeted (

i.t *. -BTOFflOIAL ';'New'line of spring shirtwaists', just) 10.00 is more than most, of us can will,.be Call up 126 filled.and. your' orders Give rat a triaL CHAS.. BASB.I by vivid flashes of lightning.. ; *- ;t! j,

ot w D. ..........e.' arrived at Stanford's, affordand the water wagon will properly If peals of,' bea.,thunder and .torrents'
. lltf. :J, A. LANCASTER., you are''thinking ofputtlng! Id of rain .which. gladly welcomed,
r ...' ,.. : We are requested1 by ..Mayor' Murphy probably carry- full'passenger list water works or an" irrigating plant by: all. . .a.l... .' ._' 'I.' _
f I WKATHKfl ".PO.. to', state-.that the time: for removing In future.- any one wants medicine that willcure don't. fall td see ma before purchasing. We can hardly,realize that' ibis" '*.
_' baN for .. odlas' Tb. hogs from the city limits .has shirts hog cholera and all other stock 1[ am agent for some of the best' engines 1.bea.uall'I'8DLle'plea.; D' month of'* T
A p w nFrUM dress the kind that are and chicken diseases
apply to. and
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on market and
pumps ,
.: i q.,.AprU U.1M" I been extended to May 1st. But after proerly out and made at Ka": '",, MRS W. A. PHKSOOTT.Kisslmmee: can Install for YOU.'a'' first-class plantat oold April, ,frosty with morolD Its howling.. She winds has, and not, .e,

" ar-. ,MlBI4S IUIB- that date the ordlnance. ,will be rigidly Capt. Clay Johnson came up'' from 1.. ,, Fist. a very low"price. .Outfits Installedon been, 'content.with 'three' days from'' (.. leDtoroedl Fort Myers on a visit ''to hi. family Mrs Roberts of Key West is thefuest 30 days' trial and satisfactionguaranteed. March: She.has.; borrowed. many of ":

\ - Call at Stanford's and see the new. yesterdayThe captain .reports the ( of Mrs. W. A, Myert. at the ; ., ? p., Oj, .Wprnc{ ,, them. : ., T. : f

. .. ...*..,.._. M line of spring.dress goods just.10.' water at-that end ofthe line too low Methodist parsonage. Mrs. J. si. Wood and little son, We ..tah'be.'l\ ."railroad. bee.?', of ,
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8atw4ar .,....- . 10 I. C. so often speaks: would l
hIIdooIr.. ... .4...'.. 711 eoa Ltwe-,ML., Juanlta,, aad' ..Master for him to geX through to < Basslnger FOlIDd.'A pair of .gold rimmed.peot.aclel Milton Hicks, who have been-spend- fly. this. way and, let "Bro. A.rei.tjJ ***.
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... 7Sss In case.Owner can have ing months here with 'Ms.Wood's '
I''\. ,, .D.. ::.. : : 46M Cecil, the bright children' of :.our now, and bt ban ;been' employed' by same by proving property and paying; parents,. Dr;'and Mrs. 'M.;:I.' alone- Deer Park, would be an ideal
if .
Wd..ady.. ,_ i.a. eY ea place there were only a railroad
. obligingeipress agent, .E. S.' Keys the orange growers along the banksof for this advertisement. Sicks.started last Saturday to' return -
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Orlando and spent the rlvei his ..IDI to Atlanta, with Dr; Hicks accompanying '
s came down from, to use steamer Mayor. T. M. Murphy Is transact tbem 'wbo Coast, running through It. V*'

'.- ;-- last Saturday and Sunday here with pumping. water and Irrigating their ing business In Orlando today. far as :Jacksonville., expected. Master. logoas Milton 1/aGrlppe has been holding ;full*

their'aLb.r. I groves.: Dwellings .for ., Hicks, however, who Is sway among oar people, and a v nutty\
; rent: 'apply tq M. only a .
% %% %% >% < %% i. Stanford Is now receiving hi. .large Ekjw.. V. Price: &Co's.. line of spring Tiller. few months old, interposed-.serious MI. Ida.eroab", Js siill. !.sissWi:.
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; :' 'l 4I I spring stock of dry goods I samples at Katts."""'"always pleased to Have..your, bouse.papered,.- -Geo.- objection and) by the to'leaving time the train._from reached. toe. .start San-, relatives at.Conway: She le greedy. ';, d :.f

HELD. 'Fre4 Staiie?;''whVhas 'visiting how- tb&mr (Albert will rive you-...'I.&C loD. tord so persistent and 'strenuous' bad missed from our little b and.;' !'' ;' '

. ,(I ,!_ _. $ relatives and friends couple of weeks Rev..W., R. Lambert, of -.-.Jackson' Dr, and:Mrs. M.: JVHicks returned become nis protests, that they were visited 14...,friends.. Mills''and' 'Ttntit;,/ fluijsisr

= Mlle" superintendent of the Anti-Sa last night from Jacksonvlll, forced to return :Ito, Kisslmmee to 11Wbt"leil SwMvv '
. . . . . . In this city, left this morning 'tor a day and BUDda, ., \ ; ,
accompanied J., M. ,Wood I tbat await :until be was ,,ready; to return "J'
leisurely, .trip the coast" afterwhich loon League of Florida; will deliver Mr. Chas. O. Smkb' JhMJOellleIs .
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far her home. Mrs. Wood left again Wednesday +
on home.
Mr. C. TCfFountaln .peD', the. day I he will return his 'home ''at an. address at the Baptist church .next journey accompanied bT her mother. ,' andit Is here looking.after'his"bwMaaM" interests "

.JnijrjandoTuesday,. Kisslmmee.-Miami Record/ Sunday morning; at 11 -o'clock.' He Try the pew barber shop'Every.. Is presumed the. youngster. at this placer '" "
willalso: Christian thing hew and up-to-date' Sharp ra- ready to ',this time Miss Polly;;' ]'Ms'eer.ed. : 's e bar
speak at : fro as'nothingmore .
:!4 30 shoes at DAMN'S.Mr. 'Tbe City Bakery; Is- agent for the &he. sore. clean towels flrst-c'ass service bas been beard bite ; .Savage .last, week. after s>. .' ,
., M Tiller' has purchased the White* Star. Laundry-the the Church In the afternoon a' 3' :JO, and/ from short '.Visit: with ,relative. at Ball f .
State. at the Methodist church In the evening Born to'Mr.' ,'and H..... 'C.'. ''W. Grlf- Sheriff: : JM4.. :Walker/ Marshal CreeL. ; ", .- .. -.. .. " .J .

:3. 'J.S. Owens property onMabbette Ave. N F Bass who' has It is to be hoped that Contractor ,
,, < Wade,tbeTunert Orlando. daughter.-. .' Vi .' Brown, having been led to.believe'that ..... .. ... ..;1. "-4 !'''t .
; just| finished building a new depot) ";forthe'A. these serylceewill be well attended. Presbyterisq l chureb Morgan Bass, whose place was rattled ... .. !' : '
Everett Bass,;a prominent(r saif ;/n- C"L.i; at Lake' ;Butler* Phope your wsnte'we do- the, run '1 Services' at the a few weeks ago &INJ a< ft, .... :- ,\\.",i

yin;: of Orlando, spent- Tuesday;;night.. I home aDd'.peD' Sunday w thhis. ..- '.,-. .Rev. J. K.'Nuttipg pastorrsunday..chcol'every8uaday liquor laapiured, had q-1t ... I '. yr. ',
'I' 't ', U" '.'' '< 'If?", -V' ', KlSSUIMEB Dat70COKPANY.. at 9M a,. m.Preaching' from the error'of his ways, but. had Mr. /. .'O.. ;I *Dler1Bull .M; tf vfr fl+td6" "
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sbere.Remember: R \, V'-: ;t > :;. family. He .left Monday for Crystal .' services morning ''and laid in another "supply. of. ,ardent Creek. few days'TittdF.ditingrelatives ."I ; :..
9a'r ; Dorothy-DodIshies, for River where..he has a similar .con. Mr. and Mrs John Wright' of evening, second and fourth Sundays spirits, made another search of his ; at bis .oM.o....)-. .' ,t,
9 ladles,. at DAWN'S.' tract. Falrbope Ala.:,'arrived In Kisslmmee( In each month. South Florida Presbytery premises on Wednesday but failed 'to _/'Cow hunting' seems to be .tbeor' t

t Jp:, .. 14.... B. .-Dra',," went*, '0"'''' to Beautiful lines of..bailies, lawns, this week, and will probably purchase. 33rd-24th.!will hold Ita meeting ,April. aDd any, more liquor. TheSheriff( der of tbe-day. 'r: and. the ;' cowl boys ate''', .,...
.4 ')hamllu''week to visitfriends'for linen home and locate: here; They have and Marshal are- determined' to put evidently enjoy. lac the- sport ,,, war, J. .
organdies and white goods now ' '
I E. L. Lesley, .has purchased1' the Interest an end to the Vbllnd: tigers' businessIn. ; t 4.
Jt: ,awhile... / Stanford's.Drr taken, 'rooms temporarily. >at'MriJ. ofO. A, Beaoh In the KUslmmee Kisslmmeeor, if they, carrot. do, muoh.&bf.;: ., may; bCt.JnefJ4.: appro"tog' :''

,f v ,1'' Guide-Chart with e Ladle'Home and Mrs. J. ''t-f. Simmons, it R .Gilbert Jr's.. ,Mr. Wright Drug Co., and now owns a three- this, to make It,so bard for themto en-wlII, cut it short Otis ...... 1, ,,s

t., i. ,.Journal,pattern., ,At. DUNN'S, ,; Little Rock,.Ark., .peat's; few days will be rem. mb)>red by a number of fourths Interest in the business. run In that it.. .there will' be,very' little- ; 'pro-- '.I''' ,", " I'. .pNO.for'Sak .J' '. t -
Dr. W. L. Wlnn was wuJed.' to here' last week vliitlng Mr., 'and Mrs.L. our oILI&OD. as bayifag; epent the' winter Ask, to see our- two piece suits 'atW.60 J :' :; :

:, Campbell, oq ':'a 'professionalvisit H. Ingram. Dr., .Simmons ,Is a' here a few years' ago with his daugb.' $ Just as well made as those costing . NEWMAN-WILLINSKY: J-UMI R'-CO. ,. fJ. .. -

afternoon.,, brotherotMri. 'lotfrem, and he and tsrrMrs-: : A' Kenner, who now twice.the money at. Kate's. 42 acres, il room'i I bouse,, some,, ;>f rate ;. ,
Tuesday '
: .lives In California.. Miss Hautence Brack. ? came In'from trees 40 acres fenced, 'btowoieuytefpis.n nUlast: |'li' ,
;.; Ladies' Horns Journal .pattern's. do his wife were' on their way to Puma N.rooo..eeTbur.daJ' to spend a few Start, Up Ain After "Shut i Down ; Pri 1o.:04tIM.ds.: '..>.'' .. .q .
1 NOb-bY"wo suits.
not waste material ,At DAMN'S, Gorda to ,111'.other relatives. Young mens piece 'Seven '
days with friends here. lots, suitable for garden-purr vposes "
In shades of 'Ka '.. Sax ... .,, ,, '
proper gray t Of Months.The .. " *: . ; a ,
. Stratton that theta* at $30.00 each; )
Messrs. R.T. Bailer, J. 8. Notice hereby glten 'IIr..O.- C. McLane. baa purchased ;, >L .7 \
.>4' 'and L., H.-:Ingram were traniac'tinfbustness book. will close promptly April 30th. ''Mr;,: Mrs. Josepb' Tbunnan 'and through M. Willson( Jr:, the Mrs 'NewmanoWllllnsky: (Lumber.. 'Dwelling or business lot. M it: IM fil::. .

'. in Tampa' s1erctaJ.t Taxpayer. will take notice thereof. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry w.. Tburman left. Jame* Lee cottage in' North Kisslm Co..rted up their new sawmill on el syed,, ..street. ,, eaty:; .terms, ;,nrlceH25 = 4.-
i:. t govern themselves. accordingly. Saturday for Germantown Pa.' 'The' mee.< ,Mrs. Lee will probably builda again last. week after a shut down of '.00.' .v'', t.. t ,

f:: Smoke West HaaDa"he best C. L.. BANDY former will spend the summer at their winter home cottage nearer the hotel six months.. During this time the entire Dwelling 6t six rooms", ear\; *ew'
I 6G_cigar o Ef': e lDaI'k. Tax Collector. In for next" winter.. Mr.' McLane will frame work: of the mill has been Rowing'well,. abont 2t *acres o f;neb
home that ; while Mr. and Mrs.
'' t Mr.:W, Harwell went down to Supt. W., J.Sears i is'in Tallahassee )' move his family here soon." pratloally rebuilt and new machinery, land, tenant house; terms IiI O.QIJ' ash', ", ,
Harry Tburman expect to return In including band saw aDd other' improvements balance l-2-3-jearsf. price si.*ee__,; ";""" -t
, Ji Bartow on a business, missloq y..- this week at.toeDd .<< "convention of Llndsey Bros.-: have installed their ,
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about ten days and spetul the summer substituted .for the oldplant. Fire room house," 1 acre land, :....'.b. t
terdaj. .superintendents and school officials. new saw jnlll about eight. miles from .
y x;' here, where Mr. Thurman's. extensive town, on the Midland' Railroad, aDd tog well near the lake; price'I '
r t ; Fresh'stock garden and flower seedIV Chairman W. C.Bu.s; of t.heSchool Improvements demand 1)1.' 'constant have already begun cutting; lumber. The new machinery has not as yet now renting!: for KJC.OO. per-,.& ."'.J<.''' f "" .

'' >v at the Kisslmmee Drug Co. Board, bad also intended 'going, ,but attention.. The machinery 1.' all new-and,- we un- been properly adjusted and theyare .'_,J.M.:, WUZaONJe;,,'' ,
'; \ ,***' .The'State Bank' closed'' on was detained by.pressure of private: der.taDd..ork.I'aot.orll. ; ,. star; some trouble', in, getting things Notice ; ( ;;
A'full line of all the leading,.brands '. ' '" off right, but it is expected of Application: to'Set1'th :;
Friday, April :26th, It being Memorial business matters. of whiskies, wines -and..:-ber. I iat the Mr R. D. Fuller' .c..... 'up from his that every' thing will ,be' running ', .' J

f3'' .Day and ; New barber shop at Patrick's J old White. Rose Saloon, I."H.. Nettles A place near Winter Haven to spend a smoothly In a short tlmer when- .they Interest, '' of 'Minors" .. m', Real'Estate. ;
land. Service: by a tonsorial artist Co. Orlando. Fla. a few days at- home fie now expect: to turn out about 23,000.. feet of '
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: WanUxi;'-A girl to nurse $i& look ? .
conversant with all the latest fade, In. and under hie care ninetyfive lumber per da,.; ,
.-: : ''after baby.; Apply at The tOil: 'Mr. D. H. Henderson, a Michigan. acres of young grove,' -which be 'reports NM4.W stvsm .doa& tb. ?..... P .
.; Mrs. E.. '//J'. 'Bende/'' left 'Saturday Umber,jnan who.has been.''peDdID 'a in- avery ,thrift candltion At The Christian( Church. t..I6 M.A.dwm... gwdlea hr'' ......' .(e
t. Mr. Jim Carson returned Saturday consldertgtbe' lt'b', Mr. A.--Lank U. A.dw... ....... B.Aad.e.t' t ",'-
7 f "for Glen Falls,' ,N.. J, to. spend the from Dania, where he bad been spending feWdays In this vicinity, with C. ,F. Fuller Is spending" today in Orlando. Rev. Sam J. White-. ',State EvaniJlst ..a.J.... A..A..._ Lu1..6 A.d.iee. ....' Ie
winter MoQuattr, the Orlando real estate. mini; of the Christian Church t.p.LA.dan.yad..rirkwatJ..w'A..', td..a.
? I'i the ..three months, looking. ; arrived -
'' of the" Kisslm- past returned 'from ,a ,trlp' down south Mrs. W. E., Cadman amd 'Miss Cad this morning and ..111. conduct .,..trr&wta aroir. ...eM. H..eeM. 4r.,r .. ',. ,
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A-'jnee Co.: ". Monday-and left. Tuesday for: 'home. man of Narcoossee, left todayfor rvloes at the'Christian Church tonight It Jrka Cntr J.ds. L sad. par o-oIa s t
it' Drug ,- an Irrigating plant on ,a;> grove : England, where-thev will -spend some tomorrow night aDd..''Sundal Coanty. U. .'tioek. .. ...e.thi__! 't
"ik 6.. :, 'town' Be expects to'return laterwith. some Lb.. Col '' ". a1.r.era.AiattoxuaYoawalarr.. ...,,
P..r yrMr., ; CJ/MctAaD was 1.0' yea owbe4 jointly by him mother and Mr. mOD ; 'Cadman accompaniedthem morning and evening?, i 'J.o..oIa .
',&erc"aacJ reported thw.receos sale of' J. M. of his associates and they will probably into town t to .ee'them safely. .. ...v.JP1GrWot, f. ..-.,. !&of..Ii w tM'Ihms.q 1 ....
;' : Bryan, SiyLong Invest largely' I la Umber lands started pa their )Journey Notice.r 116 tb. at-ad'1...... a ... a.4M;; ""v -
6 :'hfa'turpeatfue: ( business Conaway le black double' ''r'' : .. . t e
: silk gloves/. tipped here' Iutda.--. d sad . ... ta..wty .,o..Ia. a ,

% i"?V"Barber, atjParlsh.'Fla.: fingers, at Rata'... .'' bet'your e.cboohuppll..I at the Kis. Nt..I. 11.OravesSr.recelyedatele- Tb.presbylerp''of South, Florida and Stat* .t FlarUa.Mribad ........ psrtk....zi.* d. yd '

'''-',*,* For,.Rent-Two-roonV bone' ,Ap'DlylO It is astonishing* ..1&8.aucb at\ long slmmee Drug Co. 'Full line of 'tablets Llbb gram,this'Tampa morning-from announcing Mrs.she E.death R will meet at the' Presbyterian Churchof -, I .'W..W">foll.wrN. 5 w.H':,...'N..'t'01.II. Y.U .tf;:

,I : .( At\, 1/.Beardenj//; !' drought; how\.the orange' trees;- about ','slates peDOn.,.DeD", etc." of her sls-er, Mrs. Annie 8tewar' this' place' at 7:30' ,on,: Tuesday evening .&. .''' ............N. &.' _.., ..'W.M fIIt *

>.'O .the privilege of reokleaffwdrivlng. this'place appear 'They have alresdpat yn, P: HaoMn; 'the Cypress',Island formerly lived here and April 23rd.. 'Sermon by. retiring .. W.M rums W...tarn*........Lost tea. Ito .....
..: ; OD'a of.. foot in .lengthand' to'ship beets In Stanford's, goods sacra The Moderator*, Earn .___ North_YhsIna.........W ,
new truckerconttsues
growth beans
'. Mt.!. .,T. Wlllenskl wt.i6ped i
i 'on the streets stated that the remains '
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Popular meeting on Wednesday a*equal*la 8* W. \la tine ; l01I.
i ,125,111, Mayor. '_Court.Toewday,. 'L are holding. .good'crop: of fruit.There and ,.other, ''Yelt abl... .Mr.1, Hansen' would pass through here on tbe noon by.leyeraJ; MetIoa--.Mtl ,, .'morning. f .may: be, a June bloom;;,, there has already Shipped over four hundred train todav, on she way 'to Unadllla, .,erID8.' addressed '. speak "....l8 H.,. W.14n& L'Ud ..'Wi4.. y
In 1888.-Eu.t.I..La1r"l\ejfloo. -beans 'for whlo 'he Oa., for Interment.,. '? "The Men's, Noye.meu''ID N.R1.tN.WM.MN.RHd5.wj4sM: : ",
..f White Emb.. wslstosrlh long sleeves was one crates ]golf ,i ,
k the other $
Presbyterian'. JII'W."""L 14.t1d L. yt M of "I.K"!; ' i
y , .Katz' .;, It you have any' laundry'to'sendaway '! gets $2.60 per urAta. delivered 'at the This o !k.w.htl recipient Tuesday churches.. '' "" .
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' '}. .Mrs.// W.. Austin and ehlldren, of' \ and want H-'done'.up' !.or'good. express office here; .and ..reportsIlls .',Ennls of apl.uaD'ea'and Mr.'"Carl from Ennls.Dr: :Jno..K. of. .. .... loft......... ".,.. w. u", ,.0'U'5L.. ;

t iI' :Maltlabd, :'returned,, home Tuesday, shape phone the CUTUakery.', '. T iocs fuHof.' bloom, preparatory'From toputtiog'oq ." arooo.....' The.-soot.ol'wu\ on' his | Lanlctv Lii it l' _....; ..." ., .....u........ f tf /.
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I I. At; thei Baptist l church Sunday second jBropi one attend tbe'''annualmee4lr I make tw.Mg..a.'U"H 'U-tM.iw-I. .'
,' ;r :after a visit! 1.0'ra.;AnstlpX: father'sMiM"N.Ov.ritreel.r ; ( f *<,Tampa to hope. because I my1 visits .r
morning Rev.. ',W. R..> Lainbert, of third of o'acre he' bas sold 'about, >ff of the State Medical Society short and far between, O. I. ,C.-will "NH"N..H''W M'ifsu* }

; ; $Superintendent' three.hundred craves of beet Iff I1.0C wblcb is iu session In that, city this. not compare"mu with W.. lYaCv., -" I Ii tws, .11..cWs t sntp=::.. .
:'" '/Having' purchased' tbs Klssfmn> per.crate and bas soa'tilt: left for week; and Mr. Carl Eonis was transacting shouldfeel 'uloloerl"' crushed (asI'm '
of ih.'AntISalooaLeague'wlllipeak, ; business in town in he Interestol iWj"L "
1l.oBlog' Works : prepared 't.o war sure the poor liasstnitercorrespond" ..
'!,m-o.t.I, sup 1y botl.d'sofi'ILam drinks. .nbjeckf; 'Ev shipment* :'Mrr Ilansen's. crop! '. !' his mercantile business. Ennls ens-musthave, f I ltH\ heweref'-tg l.I}; fw.

JI'II 188 sod, Jiiur:'orders I.will ,re- ery" OD.' Is Invited Ito t attend. .;the ser"vice. ;: raised(; entirely by IrrUaUoB.asythereha ; I Co. at Narcooasee,! which, by the ,dow. 1 ; / ;' ; J.I. : '
' attentionY; k-- : pastor'wlU'jjreacb usiial, not been suffloUnt rain to wet tbiiground way,' he reports In a very i,Dourtshtng. Slnoetbe'Leavy'; downpoursof'i UI

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v x ''D '| "'TjEXAS.'TOO.It ., Removing Ink Blots.' .: YOUR ORAN MOTHER USED IT.-
1 '* i ( A woman was trying to lift a biff *
J+N1D takes twenty-eight hour to / ak&D.'eJepbant' i
r' foot", ....- blot of ink from a' letter wltb'a piece ,
""" of blotting paper, .,It.h'the usual re-
"aeel I! I'm' clad :w. ..don't 'live' SI1' ==---- 4Their:. '*--- r* tuft of waliln t.h.llot bigger and Hot: She Never Had Sulphur In Such

bARat5I 3'110RM it Africa; ,))pay 'wife never',kepa cook' ** Money Yjue., uller than It was at,nrst. "-;.otlIIe, Convenient Form as This.

MY that 10Dr.";-*Houston t>o.i. boW' to do that."-aaU' her .
agricultural you'
WARIIYO'j' I Abe federal department show that her
,V1*! i i I A Paris' scientist says gold YOur crandm"lhe1u.ed. Sulphur as
gePUIILic READINGS.I: oj, Is preparing to ,Issue a bulletin I friend. "1 learned the trick| ,In a sta bolls at temperature of> 1400 degrees favorite household ,remedy, and so did her r

1 1 Kolckor l _It must take self-posses which Illustrates, In startling fashIon tioner's wop In London" last year. centigrade.; grandmother Sulphur has been curing skin

,. # sion to read 'a paper before a club. the actual, money value of good Yo ,just w'olaten.the corner of tbe, < .' ....:::.. 1 and blood dincnww for hundred. years. .
$ for roads to the farmer and the people. blotter first, to get it .started i laud '
Mm. Knlcker-Not as much as bad to take
trom'.e 'la ;V; But In. the old Jays they ,
-tnk Salt extracted water
_ WA It RPR00pC't.fTHINQ a man to read one before a womanstanding generally as "well as the financial then apply it to- tb spot' 'Tbererhn't 'owd red'sulphur :Now Itaneock'S j,iqutd.
losses they sro DO1Indlrf'etl)' sustaining It wonderful how clean It takes recommended for laying dust on the 1>
In car.--Xew' Yorl( Sun
a i the be l
from poorly maintained thor It all up!"'-New. Tork Sun. streets by Dr; Carl 1, an eminent. chem. Sulphur gives It to you in'. .possibleform
nTS,8t.Vltn 'D&II""I\"rYOU.Dwamajj P""* oughfares. tat of Bordeaux. end you get the fu l benefit
S rb1. l:1f oiunentlyonrwl bv Dr. Kline' Brent Ken"Re8tnrftr Hancock's Liquid Sulphur nd Ointment
n 0 ta trial bottle and Ur '*tbs/ree.Aa The bulletin sets to the very met GAS FAVORITE SUICIDE"ROUTE* -r quickly cure Kt-ecrna.; Teller,, Salt. Jlboum
Dr. H. K. Pine IA.OIU 81;P iU&..,P,*. of the proposition, by showing, as the .. '
Cancer the 'which and'u&ulcer lt
rr acourge to, expert all Skin Di.oaao ,
Money may; talk: Iii t billion result of careful of Investigation, tbe ,The Pistol Is a Close Second-Accord' Investigators are; now giving for'Mr... Ann W. '\Vjllelt, of.Wwfiington . -

la cold and distant I average' products cost from transporting the farms agricultural to Ing to. the Annual Report.. .. ,. special attention 1everyw1 re, takes ,'li. G., in three days&

1 Asphjxlutlon oy gas .. sUII..ue seventh place on the list of most. fatal Taken internally, it purifies the .blood
- shipping 110Int.-l11 that Inovjiably
r expense favorite method of suicide In Manhat'tan : \ .diseases. and clean the complexion.# Your druggist
'% fall*' upon the farmer and ?
3 There were, according to the ./
lessens Ills .
profits.It report. of the coroners of New York Booklet Hancock
Sulphur free if"ou write -
: KITROGEN Big Crops of Corn load ls estimated' that the average County, 398 suicides In 1906. and,, of Lieutenant' ,James Carroll curator Liquid-Sulphur. Company,Baltimore.
of Is 1702
; .cotton pounds thedlataneo'ot
? these 124 by gas. However:, ,the jpls-.. of .the ArmyMedlcal: Museum.. Is to ..
the haul 11,8 aides and faa be given the remarkable
followed lhe'gas'method
be depended from land tol! route promotionof
; can upon the cost ot hauling sixteen cents per ., DISTANCE: DIQNT .
close, second. There were }10 ho.1 major on the active list of tho IMPROVE.He
8 % that has been liberally .fertilized: hundred pounds. The bulletin then died by shooting. .army. He helped Investigate the yellow l. --I sill Pr t. Korn, T>f ''Munich\ ,

with fertilizer contain- suns up the Lost of traDsporUng.tbeleadlnr Here is the remainder' of the list fever pltuatlon In Cuba In 1900, claims\ to have telegraphed l / : picturesa

a complete American farm products In a* the coroners present It. Ihowlnghow offered himself as a sacrifice to tho distance of sixty-two miles d

t AVAILABLE -'P 'Wff 3i'%-nitrogcn, &% available; actual) money and the no less tangle' the people of Manhattan,, end mosquito transmission theory", and She-Now(, I come to think of It.

IN .ble Investment, time, as follows: their ll\es: when they decide to was -the' first, ''volunteer to take the those' last pictures I had taken looked ,
f.'' FROSPHORIC I phosphoric acid and 9% "The total tonnage ,of farm products ( was' off.
hauled. "schaBIe off this mortal coil!: Cutting ai If the photographer away,
on cOl\ntry'roads In the ,
throat and stabbing'', 21; poison, ,- Yonkers Statesman.
United States
ACID is not known, but of .
.twelve leading products. It Is eat!, 6r; hanging. 27; Jumping from .'For'comfort perbaps'lhe'pneumat: ' ofRed
roof 27 Jumping In fron't.otmoYlng (,'
; Deafness ,
Potash mated that tons ic tire
nearly CO,000,000 be
can never excelled but Its
trains I-and drowning. 3* bylocsappieatloosaatheyeaunotreach the 'r
; ;
were hauled from farms during the Th total 'number of deaths which .tendency to puncture has Induced .''dUeaami tboear. There IB only ono
crop year 1905-0, at a'cost of about many,, attempts to and a:satisfactory, way to euro dtMtfuewn and that is by oonntitutlonal .
,1 ,9 % 'S ,OOOOOo", or more than five percent are classified by the corners as solid substitute. Hard rubber. Is not remediM. 1)e.r."u'.c-auMod' by an
homicides 'waa-C9.(; That; does not Inflamed' condition of tli mucous lining of ;
how and of Potash ot their value at local markets) sufficiently resilient but a '
Just why g% however, mean that there have been new;compound ;the Eitstachuta Tab*. Wlioo this tnbeUiiv ,'
Of this traffic.. 40,000,000 tons represent called olastes, '''has recently; lUunexl yoa have n rumblinu[ sound orimpeN
ri ''' At is necessary our booklet will show. the weight of corn.: wheat and I that many murders In !the Borough been, tiled In England and the results feet and wheutit i* entirely closedDoetneeeselteresultandnaleaetbefudam.

cotton, and the. cost of hauling these of Manhattan within that time, for are good. ;
reported tp It
H P' 0 )..StI the number held by the'' coroner to \ mation can be taken out and this tube.. V'stored vi
ff GERMAN KALI WORKS three productswas $70,000,000."The grand' was consists ot a mixture of glue, glycerin to its normal condition, hearing will
before the Jury
:, Hew York.-.3 ......u Strt, or number of working days' 'appear 'and chromic salts. dissolved together bedastroyed forever. NiooouwK out often '
l' Atlanta, aa.-134 candler Bulldln taken to. haul twelve leading crops 90. T '()-!.hlrd. of these were for at a high temperature and areraueedbyratarrbwhich notbinftbutan 't

; from farms to. shipping points during shooilug, stabbing and other also forms In this of forced, wh'lIe'stlll liquid.;, Into the inner inflamed, We will condition(fivo One of HundredDollaraforanyaae the morons surfaojna.

"" the crop year 190 -G Is call mate J atU.H violence. There were 'tube of the' tire. It Is Bald to C' of>eafii 4M(caused byt"AUirrloth.tran) 4
34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT 7,500. and the number list no less than sixteen cases,, where notbocured )yUallsOaUUThCure. Hendfor
of loadltak'en. give about the 'same ease of motion
._hlPlM wwl.tsr.*w b.r.b*,.told tfIrvcl frog our fI7" the victims had been run over by free. F.J.CHKRKY&: Uo. Toledoo.
.rf.r SB third or. ..nt.ry. ... *iUp l6r .K.snln.|4un Yes as 30319000. aa an air Inflated tire. The use of Sold bv DrniTKiBU. TV., ?
' a. ft ot smtlaiiM tw t**:ijt ,gs.atr.04: prtosj Tou,-w.ulala. i The department makes very sensible , wagons trolley cars' or trains. this substance Increases the weightof : Take Hall's Family fill for constipation. 17

We Arc The lariat MMBlactarcn!.TIM WwWjMliiwr I suggestions in the. followingterm There were, however more than .a wheel from' twenty tp forty r

I to tli*co..o w .. .1u.n-i : w*fat0100.y1:;..': *: sixteen. persons killed by being! run pounds, according to the size, but SPY-GLAS3 TURNED WRONG. WAY 6ta

1+ J:,: 'f.'.' :. ElkMrtc..I.geA H...._f.ri.r.fro.d.Io" ., x: :'"' wW:-r.- "The distance ,1Imlt of profitable oter lesa last than year. 2S3"There' persons were charged In fact 'an offset for this Is claimed In the Brown=-Say, what kind o'f.mall.- s
.+. : farming! for;>> a' given often no chute -Is that over there. Where do
.Lt".e7a.oe. Elaaara laU JL I -r..aur..e.;..,: crop may fact that extra tires need not be car.
..& be attended by Improving methodsand with causing the' death of others) by t ried. you put the letters? ,

means of hauling. Better wagons running over -them. ,, r Apartment: House ,lluHor-Tbat t '

and horses may be used, roada More deaths were caused! In this I i ain't no mail-chute Sport t That's tbe

MW1VIleJZ7ille2Vth9 may be Improved and better facilities way than by auy other during tho_ Considerable Interest 1m been elevator ,shaft!-Puck. ... r
I, may be had for receiving the products past year. For there were only sixty awakened In the trial of a new electric .

P. at local markets and shipping four cases of homicide by shooting, brake on a New York City street

'. P9lnU. Improvements of this kind thirty-three by stabbing and forty:; 'car. The power Is furnished by the I BABY WASTED TO SKELETON.

It means the tend to lessen the expense of haulinga two by other' forms of violence.. Elevators trolley current. The motor man applies -

load, and thus' make It profitable alone killed forty, while only the brake with a handle, :.,ml- Torments With Terrible 8orr on

I. \flI' hottest and cleanest for farmers to haul from greater distances. ,one boa a was kicked to death by a lar to that of the ordinary air brake,, Face and Ilody-Tore at flesh t.

flame produced by ." .horse-in" the ,whole of the Borough : and releases by pressing a foot pedal -Cured .bv Cutirura.

.., 1 stove. This While these estimates are based of Manhattan. It Is said that with the electric "Mr little eon, when; about a year and

"'' any the is Ion general averages, It Is fair to as- Tile, total number ot deaths dae brake the labor of the motor man Is a half old, began to have sores come out
NewT sumo that they furnish reasonably to natural causes ..that.Jere; reportedto greatly reduced, while the stops are on hi* face. They began to fomm on hu

t Perfection Oil Stove accurate material for calculations tile office because.they were knownas effected 'more smoothly and easily. then anna, then on other parts of bis body, and "

= .J t \i the instant a looking to the Introduction of more sudden deaths was 3,700 and, of the. There. 'no surging tot the car. the the came Still onbis be grew chat worse, worse,At than tb. '

"-..1 gives match is economical methods. causes, diseases of tbe respiratory! reason offered being that the electric end of about a year and a half of suffering 4

ap- There can. therefore, be little organs Including consumption and brake can be released Instantly lie grew ao bad I tie tits, band. In

.. i u 'f plied-no .delay, no doubt that If the roads of the South nueumonla, led. The total numberof whereas the air must escape from cloths at night to keep him from scratching .

:, .... trouble, no soot, no and other portions .of the country all kinds of deaths reported to the cylinder of 'the air brake before the Korea and tearing the fleah.' Be tnt

--- 'lYere.tmprov-to-a-degree-of'even_ e-nfflcewlt)>Ja-th9yearwas. 5,890, the pressure .on the, wheels can be to be a mere skeleton. and waa hardly able
For'coolung.thNEW ten per, cent., the cost of hauling The. Belmont and the Penusylvanlatpnuels h"TelleyedrToprovldeagalnstfallure; Mask tr'Cuti..ura: I aentjo the drug. atoreand. jot
have been prolific harvests of the trolley.current, a device Is furnished a cake Soap and a,bnx.ol Cuti-
to \
shIpping' would
products points be ,
: Clara Ointments; and at the end of about
'rri PERFECTION perceptibly reduced.. Less time, ot deaths, according ta the report. In whereby the motor can be two months the sores, ;"f're-all 'well. It.

moreover would be required to make theformer there were twenty .""while'In short circuited and the rar thus has Merer had any nores" nl any! kind sinr,

the 'designated haul-another factor the latter there were forty-flve. quickly .topp d. -- Youth's. Compan.ton. and T ran sincerely, 'lay.,. that only_ for s

which can by no means be Ignored Caisson dlsease-"the bands"carriedoff I the Cntkurs'R.Iiirdiesmy' preefoii rliiMi: ,, .
//'WkkBIueF1ameOllCook-Stove In the final summing up. Fewer men nineteen. 'of. the total.-New York would have died from those terrible anrea.j* 's

and fewer horses or mules would be .A MYTH OP, TIII2 AltCTIO.Peary ., I _lid .only one,. rake of Soan and about ..*.-

I is unequaled. It gives quick results because its called Into requisition, or taken away THE, BALANCE] TOWER. three boxes of Ointment. Mr*.' J--flxrt
"Why la K that Blank the shirt- Proved That There 'NoPaleorrystJc Sheldon It. P. D., Jfe.1. Woodvtlle; Conn., ,
from '
r< !heat; is highly concentrated. Cuts fuel-expense othej- tasks. The farmer would April 22. ;IIM."'..
find his profits sensibly Increased, maker, and Irons' the laundryman; Sea Off Greenland.'it a
in two. Made,In, three sizes.. Every and the opportunities for the exten- do not speak when they meet?"

j Move warranted., If,not at your's -* slop/ ot his work greatly multiplied. "Well, you know Blank; advertiseda was proved by Peary In his long ? THE. PAY 'OF !,FRANC:!!.
Journey westward alon&tb..
coast of Patient
-"Doctor, this. appendicitis
write to'our nearest' These are only a few of the arguments new Indestructible shirt? '
agency. Greenland rut .prlns that the Pale-
i "Yei. makes me suffer terribly; Won't you
In favor of .
a .
There the '"And Irons Immediately installedmore ocrystle Sea does not exist, -It 'was operate upon meT""- ". \' f 1"\/\ '
are equally undeniable '
Tbe'RaVo'f.amp the best thirty years ago that the world first Doctor "Impossible; the Jaw forbids
: of the' powerful machinery in bls'laws.dryWoman's
ones In ; > ,
lamp for Home heard of It. When Naves sailed up : mo to open on Sunday-/*: -La UI)..
tfroperty values, and the furtherance Companion i
; ; .
all-round through tho Smith Sound
household, use \ channelsto : elto.a .
of 'the 'Iocl.l and, educational
\ Made of brass throughout facilities the Atctle Ocean bo
3 and beautifully nickeled. of the saw Instead i ,
respective communities. '
Perfectly constructed; 'absolutely safe '' unexcelled CONTRADICTIONS. of jtha open sea that Kane had reported ,
; Evidences are not lackIng that the What All Tout
r in light-giving 'an "Modern business Is full of par,.. an ocean blanketed with floe '
_ !1 power; ornament to any room. sentiment every Southern State Is dozes.." too deeply 'covered'with snow., Rts.Ing -' Do you feel weak tired, despondent rt
lamp warranted.. If
not at YOUI'dealer' rousing; to an appreciation of the fact
have frequent, headaches, coated
here tongue
and there
"For Instance above the general ,,
., write to our nearest agency. that; money spent In.this direction Is .
level bitter or bad taste In morning. "heart
"It takes hot competition to freeze were huge masses of ice not at
r .STANDARD OIL COMPANY productive of, sure and substantial out CODipetitors.Ba1t1mor': Ameri all like the Greenland Icebergs: with burn,' belching of gas, acid risings In

uao.asysura.l dividends. Birmingham. Age-Her can. harp) points and Irregular domes,'but throat after eating, stomach gnawer. t
ald. burn, foul breath' dizzy spells, i poor or
presenting vertical walls
>+ and flat upper
I ( surfaces like theenormous variable; appetite, nausea .at times! and t
MALSBY COMPANY Chance Is something' that comes to ROMANTIC DEVONSHIRE: cubic'blocks kindred symptoms? .
_ For Road of Ice that are seen In Antarctic
At m.VOBSTTH. .T..ATLAMTA.' ' OA.., call before you get )' Invitations. lit Treasury Sarplus Tile Land Mado famous by. : waters. If yoTNt v. any considerable number

}A .. l sued ; __ A unique good roads bill bas been ':N ovela. Ph.Jpotta'I Nares therefore the>aboves> aptoms yon are suffering
at changed
the name
; . yQICKS. .._ Introduced In Congress by Representative lrolll Illout +, Id liver with IndlCMtlon -
part of the Arctic, Ocean from
1r' ;: > '. John Sharp Williams of Mla Phllpotts line made' the Open Sea to the raleocrjstlc Sea. >; acJes'pelM > pr. PI f'reVOpldta '
J. sissippi. Us object Is to distribute with romantic Devonshire In'bll II n of Otlnsbte
in other
or words, the sea ot ancient mrdlrlnal In 'd
CAPU DINE the surplus In the- Treasury of the clnatlng novels "The River," "Chil Ice. w.
Qreely found
later that while rn"llral scfnnt' fn I lJUIJOn _rure i ol
United States to the several dren of the thf.
States Mist etc. The characters
l.he "booT-mll.
Ice .
3' pack rarely exceeds seven or .lIch ) + It, it m, mug
F CURES and Territories for the sole are human the there''' '
purpose very ;, people
eight feet In
thickness manY.of these efflclont' liver Invigorator> stomach tonic., +
ALL ACHES .of SmproY'lnC'the roads therein.The'blllprovidea drink 'coffee wlth'tho same results '
i erratic blocks were. from ninety to bowel regulator( and nerve ftrengtheiior."TfiaCIolden h
.... N.rv.e..e.1'' In effect h.t It elsewhere. A 'writer at Rock Home, 800 feet thick.; I Medical Discovery JtI not

....,- shall be the, duty x>f the Secretary of Orchard HIM.Qldeford, North Devon, -Greely also'' dlcovered.-that! these II patent. naedlolna or M> rp,

.................w......'... the Treasury the end each'fiscal' states; masses were not composed of frozen full list of Its Ingredients beingprintf4
:year to take an account :of all the "For 30 years 1 drank coffee for I sea .'water but that they originated !on Its hot tlo-wrapper and attested under

i il SIANDAKDoPTulSOVniLARD 'funds In the'Treasury and after deducting'from'said breakfast, and, dinner but some I 6>> on the land. The theory; was adduced I oath. 'fflance. at. Its formula will show'
the :years found that It I that It contains no alcohol, or harmful
M sums amount ago was produc.lag' that
Warn If ut C1 they formed
U tin6 If' : were
ors M on comparatively -
: required by law to be i kept In theTrealury. Indigestion and heartburn, and level I hablt-fortnlnz. : drugs It. In a fluid extract

MACHINERYAND:: ; I : anu : the remainder. It any; shall was making me restless,,.at night. pushed fokard'into plains the sea and'and were set I made with' pure trlple-reflned glyccrlnn;

' I be declared a surplus. The Secretary These symptoms were, followed by adrift of propnr atrengtli, from the roots of the' ;+
U P P LIE S as Ice rafts For roany years native American
I following forest
of'the Treasury mustthen Immedi. brain fag and a sluggish mental plants
H rU>lfc StaUMarf mmt TnaUam a.a..s. there wes ,much speculation as'to Golden '
Bollvra. i. Heat r
1 t ..a tltU4..1 erl.1 Yttl., w..d ..,Ela.MA nla..I. HOGLESS" ately provide for,distribution' of their 'place.of and 1., root. Stone root, ands]! r.
<' origin their dlstrl
.....IWI--- Oe.o1...11..dvrlM .1a weeS I this surplus not exceeding ,"When t realised this 1.made Cherry bark. Queen's root Bloodroot, y
,waw I-__.- ........ all _-..- : : $25,000.- up' button, over. this part, of,the, Arctlt, Mandrake root. .
.. .' 000 annually during the my mind that to quit drinking coffee ? j
i, et.r V AsIa. 0.. w. ...... .._ _ I. I continuance ,Ocean. v The follovlrttf. le&dlnc nwdlcal authorIUear
.,-wJl..Aa. 0 I : of the proposed law,'on a'per capita and having rend of Postusa I'''concluded Peary: bas,, now shown' that moos; a has uf Kthem. '.u>l Ui. liurccolnv '
I : ITSCOVECNftENTlNSPECnONTffi50UTTlQ2NCuTnmOILCO. :' basis to the States and ,Territories .tQ. try, It.,.. I had It' carefully place of the rnoU for !thocor. 01 lux such lloirnt, u th.,

,*=-TI. npsen'sEyeWatertIS i I : : to be computed from the'last general I made, according to directions, and flat topped origin masses: ot of theM Ice Is prodigious not far: to,, M.55,0.0srmptom.IndfcawtProf.k.farUalow U.\Voort.of JelTvnnn D "'N!. otKi Phil a.I."'rot., -t
lI.a M. .of Unlr
.\ census,' and shall prorate the, same foqnd to my agreeable surprise at the seek Prot Edwin 'r
; As hefwent'westward M. Hale, M. D.or H hn .
: It fmGIIdAYtK1Wi'31AIITMIJ'r'OIIlA/S' / on hi*. > m )n lied.Coti.ta
: accordingly for the sole end of a 'week thatvl no longer suf Cblcwtui Prof.'John
AU Klnff.
( 1-07). ........................... the purpos.ofimproving. 't feredfrom,, either heartburn Journey to complete tbe survey ot the Ateerica. pi..n>n..torri Proto W. D.JIHx Author N. Ik-ud ut
postal ,roa-q" said indigestion Grant Land coast be dlaeoY'tl'edthat ,der. to,. IX,Author SpnclfliiMedlclnmi +
States and Territories, .under such or brain fag, and'that,I could to the west of ,Cape Hecla : JAUl'ttn. John*,", )L I U.. tied lept.. Univof Prof: ,
W., 1 L. DOUGLAS' all the
, rules and regulations'as; as ,the States drink It at night and,'secure, restful, shores are covered with a continuous of N.MaterlsMedtraudprutin V..t. Tinier l! Kllln .ood,....ennettlisdl. D..Atnl'lOr'" t }

c, ,$3.00::AND $3.50 SHOES &uI rvr Y,o .and Automobile.Territories' may' pro'YI.--Th. and'Since refreshing that tlm."eh"e steep ; glacial mass having width of from A cal.001110"o.1' Chlciva.Card to, Dr.Rend U. Pierce Mid, ads

I R. L OOU6U1* .M BILT OU SHOW CWIWI! M EQUALEd\ ANT PRKE.SH&CS discontinued entirely one to fifteen miles. Tbls extensive 'alo, N. Y"and rrrelv. Crr. booklet But- r
FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PluOES, '-:t the use ot the old kind Ice formation bas no enormous elevation ntnrufrom wHtlnctof 'lii hire. iJirti"
...... ..........t. aJ__ 1'-7" ""_ as ..a'.1I&' 'v.......... ''Tit For Tat. of coffee, growing fonder and fonder -but CK. ) .athpn tnd m.nJ'Olb.nendu..lnw.ln. the t'
every headland Is burSed'nAder tron "'i>t poIIIIe 'f' .. .,.. .
__ ..I-"*."*. M.a.s RChndraalsNko.ta.e5l.J. ..JAIU."tV. of time '''' h and carry' In. '
Postum. as digestive
goes on. My rradlent
r \
DofaglMhoss: are irsognlea b,ex J'4In Judgra-ot footwear Stand all the bays 'ate filed whr.bGoldeQ Medical. 'I>;_ .
:Mr. Wood a Cherryvale man. fondot '' : rT"'I. C-OmiMNMKU, ?y
.telM U. bmt ta and ifomr pnMlaoMt tiiU. coon try. Each organs certainly do tbelr work' with U; and ttom'It.. outer edge' .
jar* .t'tit*..jilio and Tery detail of the makioglisoked after playing jokes met his friend Stone much 'better now than before, 'a result I summer huge fields In invitonM.imach.liver and bowel revnlatfl and

\,., u4.;wat b"a over by "kill J ahoeinaken without r... &r4 to I' and saldi. "Hello,4Stone! How Is due to Postnm food Coffee, I am of the Ice break Kay IM aiml In ronlunctlon. with " :y''' ,tin*ot coos If I could take you into my'lair*factories alllUneHimj Mrs. Stone and all the. little pebblesf satisfied.. off,"forming the so-called paleocrystlo Ical DlMraverr"I If.l>0.,,'. are murh coo ,
MASS.. 1U14 bow VT. I L floes.: As tbe paW show carefully IXnigla 1I"Ine"thank'you." Then he .added current.1. to;the east sugarcoated
'__ made vndoistand. why hold Utelr. r > "As a tablet beverage we dad (forall '
,I you they : abapv lit "fatter, they are floated away to the '
N __ and in* of .neater vls.than other makes.anaiglw "And bow 1* Mrs' Wood and all the the members of my family use It) Nares LlncoLa "7 WItV HE KNEW IT. *
Sea. where
1fI"'I' V utmv* o.tlwhofl.CVfltf . whh. _.I".RaIIIrt"''''' little. epltntersT"San' Francisco Argonant. ' > and Greedy) saw "Do
that you deny that
when made It Is most this Is
..., t. properly ) uch numbers :your,wife's
; of them.
,.;rdifW .:L =Uitin: iJ "t1 J"t:1'I.i': ... retr.ablaC.aDd agreeable, of delicious. Peary's .discovery Increases' alfUAtur on tile back of this chepkf

'tb'probability *
flavour and 'Vigilance is Utt,me see It. Ko
o \ aroma. ; that '
q ''CRECENTANTISEPTICtCRBATST. > On the- woozy Mlsstsslp., however, secure this tot I tbe higher that as has been of conjectured wilting. She! hover wrot, imnything' 7 ,,

HIIALIIR'KNOWN; ,TO BOIKNOE.), *:'A humorist bas said,that "the Misstaslppt -", unless the servants are watched. : they. I Ice are formed masses this;glacial yet. .without :

; :iKosi: .Poisonous. Won Irritatle,.Allays Inflammation and atop: Hirer Is so 'crooked fa places 'sire direly to neglect the, thorough. ,pressure'',,whichcrnsb by enormous ,Cleveland Plain,Desler.k '
6' ''paia from *ny'A.stro.g ss oarbolicr adc1 and u-band ...' ,, that a steamer going south has beenknown i hoilThk'whlcltlt4muat. ,, have'la order .. some ot the I s
..... IIUIk." c.r. beesinms uyt"casw: oW .aDel .chrome .OI'f, .1. ,:to meet'itseltcominr. : north,. '
sod i.ur-.atiOD..INm 00. man 0I"baa 'flit' mass At 1. 'TRICT.
.un..eels IUIF CSQl any;rate ,they'are ,
r giving passing saanaJ., and/narrowly l anae given sir'Postnm'CA,;'
lor c1aGlen.4 aMPo< SaUs6et4os. poNIlI'* not of ancient First tannlbal-Ia
&,1u.nID. c" -; -: . ....... eeoape. a;collision with. .'1..1f.;,!-: : Battle Creeks Miclu Read the'llttt* ."PaleoerystleSea: orlglnt.and :Second this,,* dry;town

JMeMMbmalaFCrDs) & & --.- C.UOSII"O_ COQ mph lLetl/7taYy' trait Free, Preaa... book.; ,"The R ac1''(WeUvllUiaC, "is, misnomer.Haw .+....' !have', eat lb.1-Teslnctec4 d'you, r
.. .. .L Tork. : Son. to a sandwich '
aI man ,
I. +, "There's before
:.. 'Off) 1 reasoa. 1\
Dkgs.A1 >
''I'' } Jo o ., '.\\4. 1 ou can (,t a'drink.
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or a j 1t. "J.:' 1 us ti'
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| OF: ':KANSAS CITY: .. I"-' BACKACHE AND By; THB -'" .'
e' .. Qlven. In Atlanta Will Be NoaA ( m '

aiters' :Attributes He' }; all'HIIIJA.,14; :' ,ble),Eve,\\)n Its Line: ; ,en Oar to bearty'thanka certain scientists i UdF
J', f'l1'na.'' ,
Mi'preparations have ,been' made DESPONDENCY'x t' . ; great men tor revealing the fae '

,r. ,., Sop one ,pf the most :notable"tVnta; . : ".. most foods .which we like are, mdangerous .... .
tv'/ Are both symptoms'of organlo derangement te human life. The slew ,
,' .. Device to i would'like: to suggest. through'''' the- 'MayJune rauslo festival" ..which women of a trouble which ",,111-, ' t. ; from, day ,to day become so aoaota- r' :,

4, :your paper to the thousand. who. are' will be given in Atlanta; 'May 29.; '30.SI ., .atomlater. declare Itself". n; :. none for awhile that half the okarsa .'"

obliged to remain In town during the .and, June 1. { Dr. J.. Lewis.Browne, HowofUndowshear back woa.. laT. > Is gone. When::we are told hews ,,'
"It JVoulcl' +
;; hot,weather-especially to th6.e carIng the director baa signed all. the' art break.seems" Yet as though they. continue my to drag t'y, ever. that all oysters contain more or

for the atckmy: >plan> for wolf tl- t.te.and he, has already,bekua) rehear- along and softer with aches la the 6 'C loss) typhoid germ; that milk is Infected

the sick: room 1' place'a, pad made, gals C his chorus, of ,,200. In Addition mall of the backs; pain low down' In with'tubercle-bacilli. ; that allmeat.andfish "
,( sot a folded piece1 of a
the atone' ledge of the window (which ( \ and vJno.ambition.\ i' I mal....:and tMt'lerce, migratory or
i. 'the sun keep very hot), and keep, It of 400 school' children! They do nqt realize that thefbackU U b.., a nomadic germ* ,are wandering tress t

a Lwet. all day. The rapid enpor tto.. Three of' the slngefs engaged' are the mainspring of woman'organ. MlcW LENANA" : EL,, 'J vegetable to,vegetable"then'the' pro ,

keeps the stone perfectly; cold,' and -F! : .Y p.t, t toF trorq'the: ,&tetropolltan/Opera' lIoule I' 'm lam diseased and quickly condition IndlOte.byaehing>>f the feminine organs or.kidneys,' and that ache. i"cess'of' absorbing food become, a
the air passing over It I.1 >perceptibly> : ,. t In few York. : ,They are 'Madame and pains will oonl1uolIIUl'''the cause is removed. ; ." 'Cj" genuine| .sport.' .-enlivened'"At every
s. eooted.and; .give much. reIleCta4hinvalid. Sc>3umann-Hetnk, the meuo-eoprano; turnny, the prospect'df' ;being';.cut
-A Nurse.Insets Campanarl the' baritone,,, and Bessie ,. LydiaE.Pinkham's! : Yegeiabte Compound ; open. for appendicitis,:or I having,ourtomacbsremoved

,. pttil Abbott,, Rise Abbott baa, never before made from native rooU and herbs has been for many'years the most, and Do..tee.1 by,
About Eggs. appeared In Atlanta. She/was one ot soccssstal remedy In such cast*., .No other medicine-has such a record. willing experts while, we watt .
M A good egg will sink In water Conreld' leading sopranos during the of suns, of feminine Ills., .. . All ot-n* being gamblers b1..t.....
Stale eggs are glassy and'smooth '' Mlas Lena Nagcl. of 117 Morgan St.. Buffalo M,Y.. wrlteaSf.'I waa' It becomes, truly-a pitiable condition
,of shell. past season she 'I 1. a southern 1:11'1.beDB completely worn out and on 'the verge' of nervous prostration. "My back. when, there U n6 longer anyharm la
'A fresh' egg ha* a Jlm. n; -varface I a *granddaughter 'of 'Andrew ached all the time i had dreadful periods of pain, was subject to Bla 'anything.; One-half the;; pleasure of
to Its shell. i? PIckens, fecmer governor of South of crying and extreme nervousness, and was always weak and tired.. ,. Indulging In what we know to bedanw i.
The boiled eggs which: adhere to. Carolina, and ambasnodor to Russia: Lydis Ifi.; Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound completely eure4....".. ; genius is'the thought of what It may;,; '
teniale '
:Plnkham'n Oomplal.t&., I.
Lydia B. Vegetable Compound cures
the shell are freshly late!. There frill be eleven artist n'.all.. such as Backache,Falling and Displacement, and all Organic:. ...../ I lead to. 1* ,there anything better,;
...It' Eggs packed In bran for* longtime _, Including a tenor a barytone one or DUsolvee 'and expels Tumors' an early tage.' It strengthens and i for example," mince ;;pl7(
.. smell and taste nasty. .', ,'. v,. .1;, '>: '" ; -' I two contraltos and sopranos and a tones the Stomach. Cares headache and Indigestion and invigorates : Containing. as It 'does. practically. ;,.'
Thla' 'shells are caused by. a lack of MAS. W. H. SUMMONS.MRS. . violin and 'cello soloist Dr.' Browne the whole feminine system. :everything'that I. not .lit' te}eat. .

lv gravel ete.,-,',among the ,bens laying W. II. SIMMONS. IU8 B. 8th will have fwenty-elx; musicians trbm Mrs..Plnkliatn8 Standing l1vltatlo! ,to.Women, I, many '''complication't 'for the tutu,'
.41&'It.; .. KUUM a.t.y. Mo., MMb r -of ; are bound p'ln It'tb.t out'......,., r
...rter.n erg ha been 'laid -a dayor the atonal Annuity AwmcinUon, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: \Tomen mnVrlng from any form oii:female weakness are Invited to'write U sure to,be'enhanced,In proportion
LyqnT.Maaa Ilcr advice Is"free.,
more the shell comes out easily writers"1d)' 'bcaHh-wa neel1enw.!l 'ntti, ebmit a' In addition to' as many more; local! ; to t the',''varieties of danger.: Itrepret\,

when boiled; "- vwir -.o. when I R4 s oomplrte c 4lDM musicians ;' seats, There-,1s'pleasure.,,: the! act
If an egg is clean and golden In from 6"1'doiq\eoeUdl. not setting The, festival will to, given at pop QUARANTINED. : i i of eating tt alone.\quite"enough to'
appearance when held to the fight It proper stomach net. and too puny Ut nit>p raMy ular ,prices. Seats to, 'the. four- performances ? make.It:worth while.;, When we add, '
Is good; if too dark or. spotted;; .it 1* and my u r v0a.U Kea rw.,>. o4iUon, to' hear grand opera ''stars Runabouts t and I to this the thought ot the suffering;,
.bad. f "I WM adviMd *JT a frimeto *!ry P. will .sell at .13, 14 *ud' |5, or ://'k. fl .. Buggies, SurreysHIPPCD y r' that may come,.;the Joy' ot the-'act
.... '
---' rude, eventually 1 bought a bottU. I Tiie at' oice 19.,moral grandeur; 1*, +.
1- took it Sand;then another, nd kept using and 41.26 a performance. The festival '' "
DIMECf To'OOW sacrifices'this
Is that
It for three month. FIJOM rACTOBY just :,
''h' "Western New York Washing Fluid." "At foe end of 'th.t tin -mr ...b wasr WlU be given In an auditorium 8 at- ,A"t W'ho1.eaaIe. Prioesw' 'how-'the' differences- between ;mav.
,t;; . A friend, giving .no' dame.. sends', et. red. lilT. n.rr.. no longer troubled to*. Joe .3,800 people..,and brilliantly light "Juca. ...:_,so the thlnflng being, and the' brut; h.
'\$, the following In answer to E. F. Ms' and I fait'" .....If nee nuir* ...>d *hle tomy ed with .arches ,J electric lights. The trop ..- .p .a.traat.r Bate DdIvay to Tow Mckt .ta.... , ,beait \ "

.,:t .query In regard"to'washing greasy am that "..... _neiid'f.veddon.a_.,'...1 certainly.',...,_f.a1." railroad will .offer reduced rate to ._ TEN DAY, FREE ,TRIAL_ 'I'OTROROlIOBLT' TEST oua 'YJUIICLa8"*XAft1AND A"dog li.h1Y''a114, tnattnctlyelht

overalls: "Take one pound of common . , Thur.tru ak numy 'nrm thd ocietr Atlanta' during ihe ;"testival. DC. OUR TWXtVE.JtOWTHS GUAftAlTTKB COVERS EACH AHD XVXRT PART .'avoids 'the things ,that.are' not, good
washing soda (sal nod) and w dwn why.. .. nervous Browne will mall -a prospectus aDd ]tteturoor.dvantar.toavr.URt.them.rtuotourt.hIel..brtombuyl*...1..*"...... for. him. A professor<7t Greek estsv
'toner-half ey t ms fall why they or Mend for ciur t07 ooiuplAtvJv lllHMraisd. .*** (Je.fe.l. rlUoh fully '
J' pound of freih.' un'slacked p.|Tla eaUirrh. Indeed, ther *m ......ei.llr ouyentc. of.the festival to anyone who *.*..:jm.a>o t S tu.O oio 4O.OOon the lJuMba.. or.m B -GBADE JUGOYoRUn- clam ehowder,; lobster) Newburg aaC: '.a
I lime (sJacVed lime will 'not'do) : pour liable to thee ailmente.. No wonder tlter* A '-HUHH' *. Ice cream because1' bis intellect; tfe-i
over it- Ave gallons of water. Set oa require field protection udNn...... It dnqp' him a postal at EWT. ._ KujpLre MALSBYt. ,SHIPP &.CO., Dept. B, wands it. and his stomach craves War:;

the stove and .stir until thoroughly their s .nd aalllJU. Building \lIUIt&\ e 41 a. rONSYTM 81'.; > ATLANTA, G": ,game.: Time was.when we fought big:
(' dissolved; set off *sand let settle and is
Some men sever attain wisdom until game the jungle. Now we dolt iO|"
bottle the clear solution; or too old -46 draw '
'any benefit
there -
'. .or ,JUKB; labeling and corking andZt -' ,.:.. .&..
out.of'.the. reach of"children 'or from. h' '" -.

.\ careless persona. This Is a splendid caner,'liver Ait- I of the Duties of :Physicians and tiVholeaome'Pruit:, "'
For -onlt1patloll. One
: Important
; It would :...
'lye. and will remove dirt or grease. turbnrcea nod dhieiine ...ullinll'from im : .seem like a paradox; fe# i.
: Use one scant teacupful to p boiler piwaterT pure blood take N.ture'.uedy., U..,.. ,, say that ,fruit both'warms'snd'cools .
-,"' bring to a, boll with half,' a hell Tea it i* latde' woolly of,beriUi-giv' x the WeU-lnfo t.ed of the World the body, .but ,such' 'actu'sfTy'' : th.'
fcake'.of; laundry, soap cut up' inIt. .iDS case.Ju: summer it* Adda; temper- ""
Thf greasy' clothe must Drat be 1- Women think men are cowards If l is to lE'Brnas :to, the relative standing and' reliability ,of th'e leading manufacturers : and equalise the heat 'and-is:wlat....'

.i wrong out.of water' I In which they I'they refuse to argue with. them.A oj medicinal agents, .as the most eminent physicians are ,the' most ,careful ,as., to Its sugar.warm Sugar and 'aid:Ant: .
l have been put to soak for.. a short I I the uniform quality sad perfect' purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it 'is 'well fact 'are so equally< balanced to this...*'
} time.,>tbel\ washed in thir bollerfu| TEIUUBUR KXriCRLENCE. know'' physicians and the .Well-In formed, generally that the: California Fig 'Syrup.Co. food 'formed. in the"'great laboratory

'.' of water, This solution Is a great laybor ., by reason of its correct methods and perfect,equipment and the ethical character,,' of nature that neither'preponderatesunduly *
.saver and will make washing- almost -' How a Veteran.Was Saved tl>e Amputation its product has attained to'the-high standing in scientific .and 'commercial circles.xvhich' J or to the detriment: of .ths-

a pleasure." of, a Umb.C. .. is accorded successful and reliable 'and thereforet that .the Ilame'' of the:r 'other; We may take the testimony..
houses only ,
'If this could be used ...lth'a.wash? ,'; of the, birds, as to the healthfulnesr,
Ing machine, much Wand' ,strength ., Frank ,Doremue. 'veteran 'of \* Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy. of fruit: > The Arabs form good. ..-
Roosevelt Ave., Indianapolis. Ind., ,
k might be'.ved.-.Tb. .Commoner..To :./. '. .TRUTH AND QUALITY ample of'' a nation thatto"'a Tent!:'
ays: 'I had beenshowingrsymptoms .: large ettent'live1 '
... on fruit Who can
Remedy Damp Walls.. A kidney trouble from of appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of' life and .essential to permanent success be' more> Lbrare than the ,Aratf '-

i'- "The"totlowtncaln j jPfoe .. IsM the Ume I was muss and creditable. standing', 'therefore we .,.wish to call the( attention Of all who would,, ,,, '"who'dive 1I0u..e., more dash and << a':.

said tb effectually do away with '.U tered ,,out 'of the ar- enjoy good health, with its blessings, to,the 'fact that it involves the question of/tight eh ...,-an*'' .'''says Englishman'. his "eJUltt.J',,
dampness of wall Application arefnade St f I m,.,-but In all my: life living with 'all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what. Is: best each hour ., ,, writer.' ; ; :;
w ,
aay but lit him .
.It.rnateIY'of dissolved-cast I never. suffered a* in of recreation of enjoyment''contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute too..1(, conabins'with& tbecs. ;, ,

Areoap and dissolved slam.' Threef d 18>7. lleadaches, to that end and the use:of medicines dispensed with generally great ad vantage,{,but %.good, wholesome fruit. .As-we hav*>
to fourths of a pound of soap Is melted I dlzilness ..nd'.Iee...- as* in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken ,at )the''proper frequently: pointed out la these' odium ;i

;In;;one' gallon of boiling water,. The lessne. first, and time, the 'California Fig'Syrnp Co., feels that it ia alike, ;: present n*?the employment oft bruit',as am'!' .:;>'.
"II.QuI4 thus obtained Is then .o s I w a
to,cause, a 'stiff froth.thoroughly'ten "This* V$, ,s """':t''.<.:/.weak ,-and f y.helpless truthfutly ''th subject'and to supply perfect laxative remedy whieh' has '!Iwou article of:diet 1* lvaluabl.. .. ... ws> ,.

0. eI loth. water 'are then completely having run down from 125 the appoval of physicians.aid the world-widq acceptance .of the<<: Well-Inforhed becauseof are: happy'. tosay.;: ; tsstt-tts ooasa '"

worsted by stirring and made pounds. I*w.. having"terrible 'painin the excellence of the; combination, known to''alland.' the, original method of xnanufacure -., ." tloA la.the.t. AN ,

k boiling- hot The time for prep.rlDC'tbe the 'kidney, and the secretion ''... which known to the California'Fig, Syrup Cb..only., :T. :\ / -. .i. >., .......... ... .. "s

n wall should be after a long dryy passed almost Involuntarily; :MyJ left Ii This' valuable }remedy has ,been Jong and'fttvorablyknown', under tits name ofSyrup \ wfgep....." 1".,,.-, 'r.,,--. '''-:, 1ri' \if

pell, sodas the wall must be a* free leg swelled until it was '84 inches of Figs-and has attained to world-wide'acceptaDce"a..t&eniost eaceNeDtef'$ I ems, '. ,ri- 'r. "1' 'r, ''''':S,4:}

from moisture asx possible this condition ;r0und' and the' doctor: tapped It family laxatives and as its pure'laxative: principles, obtained from ,Senna are! <,.well''| ... It, & tt....'tls'aOBt;- ....: p' 'n''

r can be'....I.t.e! by the judicious night 'ahd mom-nickuntil :I could no known to physicians and the Well-Informed ,of the world to'be' the best of.natural 'The'.tutu.. : 'of William jJU.. wbfe2
use of fires. Then brush the surface longer stand it. and then:h. advised j. : >,
laxatives have adopted the more elaborate name'of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of It' Is
>x to be'covered until as clean as possi amputation. 1 refused and began ; we stated the Kaiser.oontemplaUs: v
,ble. "With a. wide flat brush coat the using Doan's Kidney Pills The Senna-as. more fully 'descriptive of thd remedy but'cloubtless' it "will .always' be'called :presenting to London Is not likely, to'
surface with. the boiling soap preparation welling subsided gradually' the for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects'always have' so checkered a"' career, a* th*

v working It back and forth un- urine became natural and all my note, when purchasing, the full name of the, Company' California Fig Syrifp-'Co.' .-Ti equestrian efflgy of the Prince of Orange :

'lll the wall 1* covered with small bubble pain and ache disappeared. 1 have plainly printed'on' the front of every package whether pod simply call for-Syrup of .wbicb. ''has literally:'withstood"<

*: Let it remain twenty-four hour' been well now for nine' year 'since Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup'of Figs and ,tbe',.t.orm. of centuries' 'onyCoUaaw.' .'.
to dry out, then apply an alum solu-1 using Doan's Kidney Pills.," Elixir of Sennar'-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup, Green, Dablln.. :.i ; *; -:J' .
a 'lion made by dissolving half a pound For sale by all dealers.. GO cents a Co' and the! same'heretofore )known bythe nam.e-Syrup'of Figs-.uwhich has given The Dubia status hits had'many ... r';
of alum in four gallons of water. box. ,Foster-Milburn Co.. ,Buffalo escape from-destruction. On one occaslon -'
'satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout '
>The alum coating may be nearly,- at,, N..;Y.,. a ferventpatriot was (eandi:;.
I the United .States in'original packages of size only the price which
one regular of.
astride the '
blood heat. This should stand a'dayor \ steed ,calmly',,CD ttlDC;roff"'
cbrry .
to "
No. 1t/I'D't proper '
/; : is fifty'cents bottle. the ,
per bead with .
two to dry and harden;: then another , : a saw. Later still, in"the
favorwith', a curry. comb. ,_ Every .bottle is sold under .last-" 'century the '
application "soap. the same (; the general 'guarantee of the'Company, filed with the :'statuewasblown !
'as the first, mustbe, 'put'on. How Garfield Te. which is gu.r nUe mtfhy coats are needed depends] on the Pure Food 'und l>rup Ac, u the best ,misbranded :within the: meaning! of the Food and Drugs Act June '30th. 1906. occasion, the,, late MrvRalph: BerhalOsborne '. .
'the condition of the wall ,sometimes remedy for D8UpatioD., '!lck-h w Uicho and . (so the story goes) sent an1"
half 'doien would be '' indigwtion. It punhe, the, blood and. urgent message to 8lr:'.Philip Cramp.'
a necessary the eyetem. FIG ,
,ton, a .
.says Wothan'f Life. The, soap and '' Je.4Ine.DubUn..ur OA. to at
;alum form a coating insoluble in Hls pleasanter to rush the growler. :'' tend "a titled, gentleman.whohad, t'
f water and this unite 'with the material tban to be chased. by a' dog. San Francisco, Cat.' .. been thrown from'' his< horse,.iq, 'Col '

' In th.*wall.;; filling all of the ., '' Louisville. Ky. U ,S. A. New York N. 'Y{ lege Green and. badly burl 1
Itch cured In M mlnntes by Wool ford's London England. During.. of police In Dublin "
crevice, and 'making a thoroughly Eanior7LoUon. KeverfaiU. At droart to. '. : ,
'waterproof.surface.-New .York Tetsgram t the emu wa* 'erowne4'with a bat '
; . Egotists waste a lot of hero worship I .' iL tered tin can which remained on the' ,.

....., t. on themselves. i' .: head for some,day- *.;".Pall. L''if all'.QaVette.

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Ot y -- It' I-;' "- ',
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,a' A Big,Foree.
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\ "" ." A modern'Ocean greyhoand,'has' !.."
, ; ; \ \ U. crew then enough to'make quite a
r. I'-
% ::4. .... .J<' '.' village ashore 'and the
I ( 01 general pubic 'r ;

: 't.i ,. "'. ,I ,... If: .' .wilT WILL PAY YOU vI' TOtf.J", : ,' ,,.and even passengers on ,the .ships,
.r '; )'"i' ...:.t : '; \ : .' have no Idea'of' the number-ot'mell.lleee..r '

.s:).''1..I' 4'..;.. .' '.4;,:"J.?'. -\ .. ( ', ,\ ,.h,;:, I to man and handle one or
T .'' ','" ,,-... : , :> the big oceangoingpassenger; steam
Oatmeal Muffin's=One.cup cooked '. '" '..''.-";:,;tj'f" ; ; : ers. The, master;of the new steam. i'
oatmeal: ,. one-Yalt teaspoonful BAit' I .. ,." 'fr / f.- ': ; i : ,: ;-.. <\ ,' : I ship Kronprlnz..l ,Ceeelia has corn'

' one and one-half cups flour; one-half ... : 'I i :wand'of .a.-:force nt' 697"persons:divided ,

1 cup milk.:; three teaspoonful baking < f J .Advertise: This; h' Paper : : : 'i': :, ( as follows: Wenty-four :'offl-; ?' df,
powder. one egg'two .tablespoonfuis I in : ,:, -,<<;".,"l2rCeI1', pur.en and mall om:,.. i",
1 .
sugar -and, one tablespoonful, melted . '
."''''', '.#' 1'''' ,to'. ."- can sixty-one eogtneerselectrlcltna, s
> , ,
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,' abutter. I '; t><' -' t". .. ... boilermaker and opera j22I': firemen "
: '
'Grandmother" Seed 'Cakes-Use >',. .,.. .";1.... '''' If. I and coal.heavers;: SIt ,stewards,7stewardesses "i'n

halla'cupfulor butter two of sugar ... : :... I and .'tweendeck-: 'stewards .;, 'S\: 1

four tableapoonf of tnllk.two table- ". -, I .,. '. ;; thlrtirthree;; dlshwaahers' .and J\; \
." : . pantry men:: thlrtp-three cooks, ton-' '
Bpoonfuls) of caraway seeds, and ;. p

.' :about two'cupful of ,flour or enough Sid and CentreCrank. P U" 'TN: :A M F A DE.LE.S',, S. 'D Y : fectloners... baker and butcher r ninetMarconloperatonbaggsge '
to roll every cupful of, E.SI ; masters, ,
'flour ascant, Jeaspoonful-of b klng, 'Atlas, & iw'.ooh.urtrour.edh.urwon'thawfaaaeya.'' :lonai<4lMn. tiff Or*tn eoM wmtir ti er itaM niy otr ? ,I 'barbers and booksellers flftj pfiis.=--
powder Flavor ,with either lemon ort s ,EnginesLOMBARD; ,N..W.-a..p Writ Lou tgnaWk4l+UmrtoUjiZoiMehuilMiKOolan.. AUNKUK UX.UU CO.. tJaI..u: quartermasters,"'boatswains'carpenters >
vanilla.MeatCroquettes. : ," .satlmakers.; sailors- slid lamp;
; =One and ,one ,LAROETTOf: K 'J.,Success, pointing J l \ :oiit,the, ,direction'of t ris.a" |nlghty.poor brain tha't'canV. t CONCREtC Y.Y., .....t.r"n.BLOCK8I' : trlmmevs-;: Philadelphia Record.;frV ., .
hilf hips of, cold meat chopped fine?,, r mH' Mic Ws. ml Mm Waitui SIr f'1f!,Ehn, the find wa...not 'what made: ;.hew l'pol'think; :.up i?,,aa, excuie.fpr1th4: ,, ;" sins .I..e.., W"r .. I+Y.. a .,w. I ,... ;:, : .'. --, J

f :Lone-half cup or.'millctcl fresh celery.. "': 'f o. f'!!! I' e.. +5, bt. Its; possessor ',, Ll. Mt ; .
\I .'Ii .
two:tablespoons 'of )". :Mx( all -w ;:'Iq"t1 ."MJddle Age* and t4i"Renals" :"
half 1 sance,the\ artist;.wa v.ry:much likes
: .. together, bind.with a cup;or lese' ; ; '
_-,oi;ttilcls w1ltelllallc. mada'with milk) ; x .the'' craftsman; 'Mlcilfelangelo and.eonardo.dsfWInei'recelyd .r'"i
.ao4> season to taste 'with': salt and.pepper. t \ : US a,- t..inontb'bat .
.Make?, Into' croquettes ;.eggnd 'i is. s CJtaabu
.' c ;> crumb them,and fry in hotl deep + .got. totetlief( :only the'equivalent otJ8s'a .'
j tai -j ,. -' ' : day.: R vue dab Deus. M0ads... ;

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F \ tbs. "tber'momeoer iit.ndig, fgres \- ftde-. ": :OUR ,STOCK( Qscwk .wlnty:

this I mornl Mr (Monday).' ;j"; : > l lL.f I QUO R

.., ' tln.voe.ful Invasion. of ,hunter's, ,
,, ; Is Larger and ''Batter than '
: .
our' ''piponoloent Attract 1 oe.of> Company p "
i !
d .
Report!>> Week1 I by,0/i fC.J ; : farmer's Democratic. rooster 'has his ever. We want yoti to .see. it. .
.. : tall; eat.ber'"pre&4 ro'th. wind;;'. and!. : *' S. H. BULLOck7MMAOBR.Real THE BRANDS OF :
.. 1s/kA. IH lw. Mfe correspondent' has, I suppose, .. .. ALL ,LEADING .,
,your - ... -.---::- Ii .C' -- --- -- ., ',
TbsI'om.algir,difficulty 'appears toW made speed lnoYKh'OD this Article to l estate. f<<. .

I problematic;, and like ."erl.ot.ber bring It to *;:'''olo.1,, O., I. C.' 1 Titles. eBacolned and reported"on .

,lMtM question which the whites' have\ -.- -- --- ENNIS BRQ.S. Taxes paid non-residents -: WHISKIES

; ''*.sill _lied upon 'to'aolve; present. Letter'to (i i. Vf ,Bas>* Mr. ", Instrument. relating real ;rotate. .' ..

', not, easily overcome carefully drawn 4.: ,
ooapllcatlons K" Blnme. Fla. .' GENERAL MERCHANDISE: ,

"', '4" store and call to* settle for.diplomat the dispute.of an unusual If .their. Dear Sir; 'The cost of a gallon of EVERYTKII411.:. Correspondence Solicited. ea..e WhiskIes. Domestic B andie '.,, :: I

Is about $5 matter .
paint put on. ,. .00 :1"
allegations be and bare bad' lwiae lyr H Pint Mel Quart California-titra toe
true we -
; 01 what paint you buy. Narcoossee?, Florida.W.LVanDnzor&Co. ."- - _b., ______ Idaho Sprtnp Ryi 76 .'CoO ). ...... . .. ... -.
-,a'a+..e robber la our -rnldst who rests '1500 0 I.IR' CIII a,... .. ., .,40 ,'fII tl t3 I CoO Marylnd Pooch... .. ... .21 a7 1
100 gallons Devoe put-on Wilson ty....... .. ...... \\40 'II'" 160 ,1.\ CoO, 1 ea ,c
', In; apparent security! In,, one of bur 110 ., next-grade ? t5.O --. --, - .. ,'- -.- CITY BARBER' SHOP .1 tv G.rp.r Sourbon..4: ,) :: 160Jo. North .roiFneVeaon ..!!.7J. M .1 ..
.. k, ::: .7 . '
; Northern States. leaving our peopl. 1 7 2olo North ComilnaApple. :* HO :S OS
ISO ?, next toJhat ,v,, tIOO $ S Baltimore It,. "...40. T6 t6KunterBaltimore Japer Appl. Jack ...M 16.1" t
Subject the red toeo'a lit "'lJI..ome RJe,. .. I60

?,, '* definite and Cleter ul ed; action' should 140 130. ?, next ? 1650'' low Open for',Business, a Old Fat..Ri..e rr.nuc.Mye. .. .,....4o 71 tm 160 Imported. ,Winas-, Case, ".',..

: be taken'Jn the matter'and such ao- 150 neat' in Patrick's Old Stand.NEW CI.rmoll''are ........J..IO. It 00 t000Chi. Port .... .. .. .. .. .. ft bottle" i Be'
: .JS tloa' .hould be made public, so that' ? that. t800 -, ." ,, I : Malt- 41.\ned mWloiaaluse \ .s.peodally ,. Sherry ..\.v., ... . .. .' OBinvundjr
: I
'. air 160''I next to : .. ... .foy. .,.. _.. ...40 71 1110Wnodlord .. . ," OSBauterne
', C' v, r ,., people may thoroughly coupre* 170- next. "'850 cl A%:1Ity r. 0oll0'" .. is M 146Baker' . ... .... . . o 1 ae
? rM BROKERS Rye . .., ,
}; ;: :bend the ..It.uatloD.r: e wronff per.'petrstedpn ..J xxxx 1 l6 Rhine Wines 1 lie
neat ahal $000 Rye : .... ...., .,, .. .
these. children .of nature 180 ,? ' II NEW ,UAZOHH, Wrap-( CI..L? In cam: 7*,' 100 ,1 M..
lor.o '
( ) '
100. next tf Pints .Quart
by the whiles rankles .In their breasts. ? .that. 1000 .. .NEW; EVERYTHING. Cream; Kenltlokv..4,1 76 160 O. H.:WuD1m'.EJI.: &ry :300 4 ooMoot
next to\\ ESTATEAND
t 200 "
: ? If' REAL C..oade(Teoll. Whisker) 4t. 160 Cbandon Whlte$051 :300 4p'Ale
o> .
c and 'will ever remain a* a basis for -Oold.n8ea1---------:.11'0 60. .
210 ,? next. .J j. (1:' $1050l20 Joe ..... .. .. 00' 100 '
trouble''and contention over any subsequent : '.,. next to thai ',,. f"0 I INSURANCE. ...Satisfaction .Guaranteed.. Ken r Dew . .. ..,210.. a 'bit Beer and 'Stout, ,per po en.,.
. . ,
4 act which has appearance ){ed 110
The strongest faint Is the one that h:. ark oiti'era . ...40 76 1 r.o But. ....1.Ale..... tMUllluoeml's .
/,, of an InJurllnJUoLed upon them. takes least gallons) least, gallons' to Df-i. NO PAY. ,.. .. ,,'. 410 711 a. 16016563altlmon Stout '. .. perdOMn. 3 I'&"}'
of Indian Eye: , ,A t 1Ie Aoh.nMr BuwhBlneoe". I "1'#
'The masiacrer '
question - '" .
buy; least. gallons to paint.; and 'the Old CiiiDbr&dare--P': :.4(1 7ft; 1 M\ Aiihauser. Kiuiib: Budwelwr II *' j .. ".
under,existing:.circumstances, tnay 01 strongest paint 1 if*. the ojpa.. that wears rnrltan Nye.... ,. .40 Tit/ IM / ';
Oolden Cram 7/1 t no .
t' JL d may lIt be fearedWe are not.alarm'I. longest. ;. Paul Jones .a5 ftS 1 \04Conitltulinn J Rye 'Whiskies ,by theGallon.,

j ...., nor have we any desire to These.lessons'are useful, KntuckTTar.., ..... ....40 4n, 7AIM 7ft IM Golden Star a,.".. . per allon.. S OS'
tocsin of1' but knowtaf r Mountain .. 2 lie
slug! the war 'You'r.trul Urook'-HIH (Bottled In prlOf Rye
) CITY BAKERY bond> ..'.....'.. ..40 711 I \0Orelhalt Mountain flpnu' Rje XX .. " an
that nature has bestowed" on the..d. .- v i I"V; ; DBVOE{ Co. (bottled In bond, 1 Ml Mountain Bprlnc Rye xxx: "-' t OS
?/ men revengeful, unforgiving;, and ollowlalwl.W '6\ IM Horse Bhoe j year old.. .. SM
--- -- ? fi
" />Id Crow. -00 Kentucky rlde,7 year Old *
characteristics led ..... ? "
treacherous were Whli O.k (Tennessee uold.De..OK' 4 OS
Why .. Kcho Bprlon Bye .. .. ," t
wr.ak'Iholr Whiskey) -.40 1 M 611 I Ir
b ,to believe that they wilt have' liver when Her bloc; the .--- .
torpid . Kentucky rrtdo . .::J6 M 100 ebanon Cluhdoubls .tallll.-.. 4 lit c
Vengeance those of only liver regulator will help' Crt.m of Kentucky ..
.' upoiv-i .our people you ... i
old *' !
Solace IlaUlmare. Tears
f mho cbam-o'ntsome future. Um9:to There I i. no reason, why' you should -l'es'h Bread Cake aiidJPip f. Malt Whisky Glass. -Case doods.Amcriran Bed, Top Rye, 1// .10.r. old.. *,. "- 5 M ODCorn'Whiskies'by |
suffer from Dyspepsia. Constipation
} .v place themselves. !In a position tq become 'I -
Tt t
Chill and Fever or any diver. com .- . Malt..b/ I .the Calloh.I
: '. ,, : DiifTjr'. I'nre Mai t .40 ;75 1HanchM
s "subject to their. f'ury.rh' D lI' plaint"when; Herbine will ourew you, 1 : ::"" ,, \ Mall" ; .. 1,96 earoltnaWbne *
? .
arts of old could nourish resentmentfor 1<\ C, Waite Wentviile, Fla.+ writes: : Erery 'D0y.--r { ; mene North Moiipuln' Wblt.Corn Corn.. ".>r,raJlon.. "M'> OS
Itt was sick fora, mouth with chills ( Domestic- and Imported' ; Gin in North Calla Yellow Cora '
many years, awaiting a favorable and fever, and after taking two. betties .- '. 6year.old ... .. ... .. .-._... 'YI j'." aa
i opportunity. carry-out their. dostgns.History .. of Herbine am well and healthy. .' .. GIasa., North Carolina Wl|l ka.County. .
7 old
t tell us that In Virginia Ope- = '.1., _ ,-_ ,, M Booth's* Old Tom Olu .*. I BO Old Corn.H."est years. A. . 'C",, ....+ wallO.' '. ..

i' .canoanoughj: held hiswarriors, int' Notice. FINE LINE Plymouth Booth's Dry ftln.Gin. .... . ..... im 1 M Lowest Prices
by the Gallon..
check for --twenty-two.-years. from the lo.tboro Holland Gin IM
Notice. Is hereby/given that the Council Bell 2 Oil Ryafrom. . 9 CO! "'
F massacre.of' 1622,to 1044 holding in of the Town of Kisslmmee City Oln Gordon 1-ho.phat.. 7f IM Corn from. ........ v...;'j' t O 0 p'S'

'the-meantime. ; secret conference In l< la.; will meet on' Monday April 14th, Lunch Goods Etc. Mobil Hook \lI\ AOIOII IM 'Ola from. .o ,. coo nvand

'the' depth of the forest with the chief at 7:30 p, m. for: the purpose of receiving Candy Nuts Wolfe's Devils Island Uohledam Endllraao.2Ii .O'. 00 all other Liquor.ld proportion. _

:; -of the different tribes over which be bids for the. Installation. of BohuapiM .. -.- .I :a* Gins. Rums and Brandies by "*'
the. new electric-light. boiler. Specification Coma Hack Gin and B.nrtlrtlna .. .the.
i presided a* kn will be found at the oIHoe of 'Gallon.
V' Rod Lion .. .. .. .. ;
est suspicion of what was In'store for \vn! 50 ion ,I
c the City Clerk.The council reserves
Und.rwoiKl'i .
Tom .
-- - IM R..GlII . . '
4 them reached the ear of j the.settlers. ; the right to reject any and all bids --T ? Old TolD 0" ... .'. M- .s-\ ,,.81S'" "i r.

..?t 1 the keenest scouts could not penetrate. 4-2-07 ,J It. GILBERT.Clerk.L:1 JB . Imported Scotch Case. Whiskies. Imported...1&00'.11.. d..o. .''''...\...... .-,..I a 0e'It .,

the.secret recesses'of, bin grand counIf 110 Quarto L wr.nee'!Medlord Rum.7 years old...t...4 M '
Duwar's. . Pitrb .."_, .
Brandy or vll.7
l Special. Sf M aM and a.M '
.; ell. and the first note of warning was : W1L.Z.SON C. a. CARSON JOHN M. LEE. N. B. CAK9ON.Vlee lAng WIHIam IV, V. O. P, 9 oo Ap.... Brandy p.r..UOD.:..t.eo '.00 and 44 .j)

the frightful war whoop of ,\the arty JR., .....,...t. >*Prealdetit. Caehler. Hals Black and and Hala-White. Sootch... !3 S fin oo 17.I11ornlsEnndr.renaslsa,11.a5o; : to (.00 ,

age resounding along the entire. Jtne _. ,S S NOTARY PUBLIC... l Dunrll's) Irlib . 1 M Port and 'Sherry Wines by'', the:

4 settlements. at'the selfsame hour,' '. STATE AT LAROB. S State Bank of Kissimmee.. The Very Best Corn Whisky Ob. Gallon. -p'( ,<

,.. /The tribe at present within our borders KISSIMMEE.Real Estate, Agent.FLORIDA ,Kissimmee, .Fla. tainable. Aniellloa. botU... ..... '... ., 105 ?.
are' Incapable of Inflicting the .. . California Pork per ..allon..l/ .2.00 sod t.M r
t"' ------ WltkesCoont/N.C. .1I3 'Ao 1 OO California flh.rry.
per.sllo.,140, two
mischief that ,history baa Old llarr_. and IM
< past reoordd'but V\ M
'r. > OO.
NBC. 1 Imported Port Wloe.
PaID UP CAPITAL. .... S an ooo oo M.p..ConI.. ... ..._.. .11I\_ no too pernlloa..a.seesd 4.0S "\
serleus damage could be done.fb kjsftt jftr. tHlsClnftC Jsftst tlfc iawPLM. fib ported Port enr boUllne..oo_ -bottle
Catavba .. ....2A ;
Valley 110
ATOCKHOLDBKS LIABILITY, KO OOO 00'DBPOSITORS Elk .. IM Imported berry, per s> lo'. $.OO, *.,5 sad 4,6* !.,
act. would of ooul' suicidal ;TiLt S Valiejr M ao 1 00 '
l 9BCVVITY. 100 000 00 K .
y for'aninhllatlon. would terminate. the ., -
- -- - Imported Cognac Brandy, Order will 11.0be, flllod wltboot ..

; ntet; but these people, when fairly Real 1 estate 'Agency ? Prompt and Careful Attention gives to all matters entrusted - Duponfl .. .10'1'.. 5lA..aOa cash postoOaoo order, .oiprea' money >. "
aroused, seldom look far enough In i to *>!9v -.HxQhaaR> Rood,.at. "-pol.t..t.. IIINI.t. Henoeair XXXX ... .. ...,....; ?..* M order or oerlUlod shear Send tnoooy +
j ... i ... Martin xXXX.----; : :-- ,.-. : +.". ao '
/advance to estimate: future result"*., I '. 'aNeN\N\_... . -.-. *****'' I \OVVt: BUSINESSiOLICITEUi.. '.' pWfyTtn with orders .- -- --- ,

We, fully rocognlre the Injustice Realty bought and sold. '

done by the acts of a. .randal: repre* 'Houses rented.' t . H.. W.MJTCALF'q'' :: ;'
4 + ''entlng a people who adopted similar Taxes! paid and Titles -ver- j : \-

a -; aea.uros 'In t.heloog ago,..and: :after ) ified' for non-residents: i ,- ORANGE AVE ORLANDO FLA .tJ
--- - '- -- -
*committing'their depredations In. .Fire.Life and Accident In. -- ; ; ;

lte&4.of leafing ua in peace to pursue surance.

'1 the curse best adapted to Our' clroum- cI Indemnity Bonds.) t J. W. SPELLMAN JUG .TRADE,. A SPECIALTYr

h .stapes.'trtedwyoke: us up_with >aoUMM 'iJ<'R'Uriir" R' ....". ...". .. .. '1-

of,btac. wish. :.whOni they them- -- J ". _.. . . .
,..few* now thoroughly 'disgusted.iftf ,\/ .! PINE STREET; Orlando"Fla. i. .., 1 -- .---, ''

\ + Moat'of IM have a.ttoare oflha, \ ,Indian w"a REVIVO .,.. ","f>/.lR7her>Ar'41r7isY ]tr las' R/s7h"/e ;>>.ifJ "_"" .

,r, -. .".,tlAMrit .. sti<> ..
t ,': ;
: "we
11e! ,
ILrW; are willing, to stand by
.r. . .
"Hade J."' =-:;:::::: -= ,- THE
and protect and defend the constitution a i"i : INITNow

_ I b of thel7.jaited ''St......; '111'8 do notadmire Well Han All .Lending 2 llrarids it., 'Moth C'll'Q and Hulk Goods I ,
; some of the --
r company.we are .
THL of Me." ;" '. ,1" '! of. ..-\ . .
r ,compelled:W keep,io doing ao- GI78Ji9 Twswdw A FEW PRICES:, ;; ;
a .
Kxcusea: for this digression1 are riot

{ In order,'.although those ,who' hare sO.aits la*0d at.. Is s.t.Yong Rich H'ult per quart .150 Majrnei. Kye.'ver: gallun..5t.$250 :, I'

'bad' : no actual experience 'In those mew ow IhsI ba moohaod lied Rich.Hill, lour .quarts! .5 00 Kentucky Tavern Rye per gallon 3,00 Open for the.Reception of Guests "I'

y' ., matters. cannot appreciate' them; b'ut old men may rea0ver their youtktpl'Igor br Drewster, per quart. ,4 25 Victoria Rye, per ffalloix .s'' ,AWPeonsylraoia : ;:

IL., t'V' 'hhe present situation ''a In sympathy wing 131KViva Menaue.It Quickly Ina. VltaHty and quietly 8ena1 r.. JasperSpringr, per quart .1 00 Clubper orsllon; ,IS 00 /(a ,

"nnth the past edition The, peculiari Weakneee Booh aa Ixwt Power.5'alnaz'lfemory, in the Beautiful City ofi '
\TaaUn Dlaeeaee. -
and effer of self-.bus or .A.l1. Other gtopytlairFama : _
ties'of present,condition* caused ,the ewes. aid trod esr.Uon,which 5.5*.. s.. tot ; > ,
study.busters es msrrt. s, It :I 14
DO*only roses '
mind of the writer to revert to 'IO Oel by< atertln*at the atiatof dies...bat la a rent '

and Incident. connected with*the past back lerre the..s>lmk!.ewel glows.pa1s>le.el kvlleler.. &brlnrlu iKISSIMvMEE.J FLA.lj: :
titanng -
7 'and created. a, flow of thought: '. which the Sr. K p..I. ll ward. off ap ; : :
pe .ebl.gdla..e. K :
Inabtonharlnz BKTIVok .
I nay be tedious to'reader", but for no.shei 51.00 I l ca be e.rrlpd 1. ,es ,> Hy National' Cigars..i"Lt +

which your correspondent has' not mall.4.. tra advlee per p.ekar and morsel, to all for who$0.00.wish : f

loyal. mE0cls( CO Hsrlas elms, Cblesss, m .. \.
men will Selling Brandof I .. \
find' abund&Dt; reason, for being in CJssimmee For sale la Klsslmodee; Fla..' by the rgest ,..50 fI ; . .. , >;',' "f:
Drug Co.. ,
.ympathy'with these. people t.helrIndllfDat.lou --, ..'. drue-R-lsU. Clear. :Havana{ Cigars i : : -r j "MI 7 j; *> /, ,' TERMS: . ', ". "';1't. ,,

'oyer this deeeccatinn'of I. i-i f ( i e-r sSf"'*' '.. f .
Qrder.for ( (> i', oJ .e
publication. .
the dead;.' and'their demand that therelVc ; .<. ,- "" WHv' ". ,'.,',,, " . oJ, ,t. I'$2 to' / '.
i. ? 'h $3 Day. "
; r. cr. per,, .
Qooar fiTArs
It be.retourDel'lI. only the assump or PuMtroa.Tow < .' >\.. f. .. .
nf Kbaimmee:. '
t' too of prerogative which' they right Citr.a* Municipal Cor.ation Smokes $ Ot: $14 :
Ask the .M.ai1That.. -t ; Week.
lull assume; They certainly. should rranised Created under'. +',and Seventh JubCdr.- 'u" per .t
the .
cuit, .
be'protected'' by those law to'which La_ of the State at :-. I. ) ,
Wit'' .f krt taw'
} Meal Tickets.2i.
Florida O.nol.0osntr.
Pt they: bareprovlousiybeea.ubject.; : C.p.ptaeaad Complainant " ,'-, ."Meals' 1 ,.$. .10flary .. ,., ': ,
loula. .r
eonfldenco Ia '
Havingperfect Chancery.
.In ''bur'worthy ,
; .
i Hondo O. .' -,11). ).
Ooveroor"s. ability to'deal at. Defendant. \ !y .1. , :. .
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:h'a 'with this question and believing! that .appearin'bf-aAdarltappend. ;"l to the bfil / '
flied la eao.e iln> Loatea C. ... .. ..
what. be does will, be'tor.Lhe best.,,we Chapman and HoraU, C.Chapman the del...... L..' :

'. would simply! advise our oltiaens not of ante Florida therein, and earned. ere nre ra.kl.ate non-re.ld.nte.4T....wic.of the. Btate Btate ;
stimulatethetpreaent. dCon..etlon0ov.rtaws.dtwestra.yvsl: : W ThiiriiiaiQV '
$ounduly rftuak
; : tlon"by uncouth remarks,' but to calm -:0"tt:end the*a.Iis te a f
bar bill of el.dIn.aid .: 'f.i
e.mpWnt 'e"Of .
)ly review.the conditions a. they exist, before Mender the eta day et May.> A, U. .
'aDCJ'DO'} to* asperse a body' of people taken isnt.etberwbe aa eonf.theallentkme..t by add defendant OIl ..w bUlwttf' .be. ,. -'. .. !. .Joj PROPRIETOR.. i'+

,at [who;;ire simply' 'strlvloto'protect. ( It la farther erderad that that ardor .ee-pa.' .'P STD' LAST, I r ; ,. ....
truer once e week for teei oeneeonUve-weeke J \ MCtIl c. ,
fiL. AA! 4IlC4I
t 'U> Ur exlstlog. rights,, faa the Klednunee ValleSvblUhed G..mega aw.espr CClGt.iUt tiltilQG! .I;
1 : Thl dlgreafon'f' mats in eaid vaM 8_ ,.amni...... '.
r c tk ,' ,'from'the; ub- ,This February"'l.Jf. .
-((11'Wblttiet, Item) bs.. led .. .eL.taLZT. : -
yooroorfespbndent (SaaI; --- .. .
OoouBy -
?" BO farfrom borne that AaTBVa r.:. DOi1Efl WE KEEP A' COMPLETE JJNk: OF THE : :

O. .v-.J e bad almost. forgotten what. sat P..i..'d'.rm'Aotrsw '" CIork .Mean:$ $':made'to'all\ who' BEST ,

.. :) o!' ':down for; Iteturstnhowever; ,.will BoUettor,(or ,. 15astfood .. ; > .
1 '
't".If" '.. :That Whittles now Is both -.-- buycor :theni_ t, :::
., : nat .......c 'we In, style 'WHISKEY WAVES
A"7>,- nail F and politically, dry. Moat .''of AND BEER.WHITE A,
: I* the ecaeotiat obaraoterlstio,, ot .see d durability; ',Shield"Brand Stioei. .
t L".Poor pacyUi; areswag bow and sheep ,," . - I'y "
: men aaa OOMD ; laTalaable to rood r - -
C, ch oO...;\-Uordb'aboui t ; all planted, business men and nesMvary :;to hooae. : to -the mark of perfection. : :

'.*and most\ of it I I. \>o" aD&' doing well wives:.. A woman show irood 'judjre- . 01r6 BY .IJLI"+ .D ,MI RCMfUl4Te'9NI.Y' '

ranglnrtln''h.lght"tromoosnnhb anent when hbay ,, Whlto''a: crean ; '" :. :
Vermltiure tOil her .babr.' The beat .
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:' .ixftoetT*e woodrflrea'areprioer.tii woman medicine ever offered to Boothr .. '. lJ A ._....A.'tGA.' h.p't' : '-

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