Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 13, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00311
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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IILVr SESSION Is a check for 182,00 to COYer same ... r ,., Vet'-, ''X.1.. &A.vv .

Bonde for carrying A Red letter :;p,
presented Firearms, wag f Amusement fve t. 'I'

,Of COUNTY BOARD Crosby, and bl\Y.Lawrence C.; Tanner lulu aDd A. ao.W.. Hoop Lai Tb theelephants LOWy'CANDIES$ "15}

cepted. acrob.L. ,camels"rSi \ t
and ? ., ., 'I ,; .
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following Pen.lon. .ooltc.t.lon. S2iSdlili0ur teat* *. Of a'fuli .:cIIhave ,.,:
were pretellte to the Board coming down around tented show f' 01 .
for the and.po. too ;.,
Ordered Suspended pro.ed-Mr. Margaret I. un Thursday ,Dec ,e ,'io u
: Mr." Ml.Dthy H1lveater. 119Lh. ., I ". [w"."" '

on LotJghmari Road., P. Graham and Crabam Robert H Mr.L.Dler.Mary thlWorld'ProgteY: nrA.rt'> SUD \' .. :I t n :

The Bond 01 Bllrb.m do; Farmer '' .. ihuwa, ... \ .....
Klsslmmee Fl.,., Doc 2, 1007, rererred back to t.bem 10.. was will unrpjd their tents at. the show ',J :)> ':
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The lolJowlDa' bill. grounds In Kissimmee! .. "
Commission.sudsforLOeceola ,correctloD'1 '. ,
i Board of County P; ...'"
proved and .. popular. Institution "
amusement
warrant. .1' now
Slat -- --- ,rn open Whan. malting Holiday '
county/ 'i'\
i session for .same on Its 10th annual tour and Is ; your :
rids met lo'rerular' session on breaking all records In '
lm
giving >
dale. there being present Wai- WalterBue8r..Gnt. _.. ,Mid" ddsa./F, .. .110 manse satisfactiOn with the per- purchases,don't forget that I I' Established ', .
.. .00 formancet ;
ass, Sr., chairman; J.' R.' Bron 'tV 8 B Btl'attooft God..I" "' .., ...... a 1'0' the presented. This season have the Finest and Most ., ; .
galaxy of
..... :. .. '" aw entertainers are all newcomers \ '
I H W.,
J r, S. Stratton! W. R. Godwin 10 ,
20 and
RLLuWelwkandsdlt.r: ......... ,,, CIO include William O'Dale. Comolete Line of CHRISTMAS .. ' .
17 .
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Walker commissioners, and P. PA V.r__ .t__.... .. .._ 20 $1 I I the International equer-trio expositor : :
Agnew for board D b Prown. enllor.... .. .... ... I'J r.o. who has excited the admiration of '
attorney
ant ; ... "" CANbIES
'tV L( .P..u. ... handled
rIa ever
rsd ,
Arthur E. Donegal: deputy clerk, W R"oh.-" .. ../Judo eo cr1 pa.prr t. .. p50 2T 00 I' audiences 1n both continents. The ; \ '
IeIM\m\ mr T.lC.phrtrout' .. .... La Pasque Troupe-of- Aerlalistsht \
of the last In
minutes 950
Kissimmee
s reul.rlOll It L w..""" trolahtebarr. Oraceful Groh Acrobatlque Troupe, : .: ; ; Headquarters
were read and approved Walko. rurandOo.,wetL.uppllu.". $ the Juggling Lamberto., marvelousclub : :
r. Leon Hebb' of Barlow K..lm.II: plant 7lahta .. ... .
ap .
791 experts,1 Great ,
sd before the board 0 J H FouaMle. ropalyd..k..C ." 100 I : Ostrado boneless v. ... ... \.' ,\
representingestate
L Bandy . marvel in mid-air. Miss Vlnnle -
soli
uct. and supervisor asked the to board remove0o toroad" w at?.ew., a. 11q.I!! ,tea+"oC..tadmnlr."001..110"tn.w.r ., . n a0 'fI es! 3'Dowie, accomplished tight wire Elegant :Boxes and in -'." r"",.., ." I .. r; ." "
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uW----- 8 performer the Boyle Brothers, a duo .' "I
. . 800 .
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,i a road at hammock Grove Wiait.fcrickSpalrWi'i| .. of physical culture exponents '-.
ch he claimed was a public road. Wale,.a c.-...CQ, oil . .. ...; 6011 10 William Testier, daredevil upside- ""
| contention parties placing sate I.r N WsIk.r.-1'\. _ta........ ,.... ., in to down equilibrist- Sisters Ortona, .Bulk.I .
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that It .t oD d.'ecbn... ., M ;;
i was was not a public VM1WOIO.rttt '
,. ... trapeclsts par-excellence Miss Minnie ,
println ..... 17 110 J.. : 'I
After some lengthy discussion . .. .
um..a..u. .. .... 10 auy Ashburne; and a croupe' of blue-rib "J. (Ml'" '!
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I matter was referred .to attorney o W O-.t.. ... .. 1\11. is toned cakewalking\ and ; < ;' 'I 1.' .. '
high Jumping : '
roll fC'I <
board glrlmmr' ...._C Iueb.r..i.. ; . I also have"a Beautiful AssortJ/ .J ( 1 ,
P.-A. 4.710
Vans '
Agnew, Esq., horses. : ; ; \ '
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.r J Ana .uP..u.., ... ,. 6 28j ; ,; .
a view of an amicable settlement' i JWMW.rhayformala.. .........'If. yt DO Then comet the curriculum of elephant "" :\ .. ."' 'I" ,is "
peen all parties and In evept bed J Z Robtxvon: OMdlelMfor pBnpwr ..* ,. 1 ttA actors, educated ponies, cablneperform.r. ment of. HolidaYSoyve- atD y" ,- '
... 8 VHdwCo.. .ap..l. .......... HO ,' .
be. to advise road court 1 ., the acrobatic and : ..
super J J Da..... worfconil....... .., :?,'. I NO tightrope ,
r how to proceed. ?" L Win... BMdfeBl Mt-riec.i,,,t '?. .. OO I walking mules and Other wondrously v nir'Jfost Cards. "
Ir. J. W. Oliver Bled his report of SCGHdwCo.ro.d.uppI'''' ,. ...,.". 1i OO trained domestic and wild
Rls.lmmrs' Drug Co, 00I1e ,,.... ... 1 00
.uIae.
of change in Pethorn p animals all ,
ey ro.dtn. Invarlaby received with ..
a E WIII..II. relloI ....... .. ... 10 CIO
a Cloud Sugar Belt Railway all.nClarlcaar.l.ep.uo.ru..r. 1000 many ''exclamations: : of .'"Ob's" and"Ah's"br HOT AND COLD DRINKS "- '
Jktor Well which was received .r w Thaep.oa und.rtaklnss *000 the children'' I
| accepted and the following 'resoa M w.ik..... oourt_.., ..'.pau.... .; . w sot.'S8' The Sun Brothers Show spectators la noted ANN'SSTORE ,; '
'>b'1 0"jeourt.gn.er.pb.r II * CIGARS AND TOBACCO..
was regularly passed: ' M W.I..... f..d pr.on.n... .t. MOO for Itt promptness In preserving' the aj
herea., the report of the county W HJohiwum.eOurtcMt* ,i ..4.J. Ill 7ftGoiCTmHUvrtindonFBndFFund.l. bett of order about their establishment j' \ ,,. -

e1f: >!r< "upon the route of.the oropd JL, Moon, pro arty, .i .. .. .. QoO Mas 00 this together with tnelr beautiful " . "
{ w road from Alligator Well equipment of everything and the
heKulmmee and Whittle road Under authority granted Commissioners by recent high standard of theexhlblts presented Mrs. Tress .. '.
Act of \
Legislation
ray of Peghorntothe railroad\ bat I makes It at once the Ideal show of the v.t.'t
transferred$500.00: from< F." Fund !
i presented and approved; < period and favorite of the ladles and 1'
Into Revenue Fund. "
solved that It. is the determine/- children everywhere; .. '. .,; ; .
Chairman Bass advised Board that ,
of the board establish I IV
to the foi
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far he had sold ,
so not the oranges.Mr. ; Ike :. $i
ling proposed' road as a publlo Oeo. W. Bass appeared before WatttedT"1 :'::1 ;, ,'. \ .,J' ,
Id. (See adv. for description.) Board and stated they owed CapUJohnston PAINTING <. I..
know ,H';
Lnd the clerk was Instructed to give of The publlo to that we furnltball "
4 cost putllngdown pilingat kinds of help free .of charge and .
ted said
(land owners a flee by curlefal """
McCoo wharf. Action
county waspostponed .
notice that It Is the Intention until original contract Tamp Employment Bureau prices. -- .. I ,,-
be board to establish said road as 1110 ,
could be examined "'- ....
bile road at., the next regular Obalrman Bats adviseBoard! Franklin' St., Tampa Fla. M. Reme, ''''"''!: : ?

ting of the board. The clerk washer that be was unable to meet with City Mgr.': ij : ;

} Instructed to procure any Beery Council In reference to their sharing notice. and haveafiiil ; ;
Information regarding said
10" care of City paupers-that be bad 'WI' : ..
1 owners from the abstract office. talked to them Individually) and was Under a law pasted by the las After an absence of six .' ", ; .

>ad Supervisor presented his re*I advised that as City contributed her legislature parties whit par their months I have returned to Kis .
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which read at follows: share of, taxes and there being no State end county taxes, during, December '' '.II "

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be Honorable Board of County way for the County Rev. Fund 'as In will be allowed a discount of simmee and intend to make it ', \ ,'- ,' *, "," .,

>mmlssloners. the Road Fund that' they felt, County one per oeQ'. C. L. BANDY my permanent home. '
tisanes: should take care of .all After Tax Collector.,
paupers. :
Curing the month of November I some discussion- this subject to I offer my services: to' the \. : \

e clayed the road from Bryan'sllgeto resolution was adopted that hereafterall Piano TM. .|.... ,. ]0f ,
public '
as a First-class.Paintor .
the railroad' except- about. bills presented to the"Board for To complete the round down here ;;.,kLine- ";'r'
hundred ,ard.. care or burial of must be' ac and would .refer them to any "
paupers Wade will be In Ktstlmmee, again' 'j> . ',
lave finished opeDlu'up the right .._ > ." "
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companied by an order from' least .
soon. Please phone your order to of myformerpatrons, who are ... ..
Creek ? i :
through Reedy swamp. .
ay one member of lobe Board.. House. :
Park ;
ir* put down about two hundred There being no ..furtherbusiness .j' numerous In town 'and I think; I ... ,

Is of &beau_.,. oJ Board adjourned to meet in regular .Considerable excitement was; caused all well satisfied with '. of :
are A
the month threeand.baodle. my q qree
ave bought during ), '.:.,, '
*! line 1- session. /Jan 6 1906. last Friday night by the sudden death .' \" ;. \ ,.
i tape BTOSSaw 1:. tx LESLEY. CLERK: :;' of Mr. James Wblddeq who ...In company work .. ..'
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and cross cut saw set, spade, BY ABTgPB E. PoKlXUMf, JXC.CI.lldref.V .. ... ...., I ,
with his daughter 14... John "Estiinatetonallworlc.C .c.. .... '.
10 pounds of nails, 1 ,grubhoeIle35o,900 take Bi, I'- .. '. I' .,,'",. : ., .... <,f":.;, :. .: tot..,.-:' , :
fumber. Tracy, was waiting to the''SugarBelt .... :7T" ,. r
;* feetof t train for Asbton. 'Mr. Wblddeo fully furnished. I I". "'V .:" 1f\-' ....., 1 of' Gno. OVERSTKEET.i -
Favorite tonic Is White's Cream was 83 years old. and was apparently. ,',, '
rolls of work y
following : was
i pay Vermifuge the cure for worms and i IB good health and spirit up to ,the ,- -
.fed. amounting to.$674.85: all children's diseases It not only time of his death. Re spent tbe ..

r 'OOsutawa wm'*tumor wo.J.' kills the worms, but removes the day here, a guest of lobe Lake House,

A.ht..7a st.1.1......... .... also mucus and slime In'which they build and was going home with his daughter THEO. .G. HOFFMAN
.... 8J: their nests.' Its action on the child Is time visit. H. : .
w a{tAO W to spend some on a ; : ( ,
tzs .tlu,t .......... ...... .,. .. I lit II1I1t mild and leaves him in a healthy con bad been sitting" In the orating roomat \ ; ,'" .., I. I ;'!" ': .. ...
toe d It ion. Joe Daniel-Sunnaok. Tenn. the depot waiting for the train and
a athJp-ice.. ..". .. IOWL.Mr says that be gave one of bis children had just gotten up and started to pull :;: V. 1 : nt; ..\1::;
\1 dur.at I, O. . .. 17 mYr. White's Cream when lobe .i..OJ'M'IW" :,
Vermifuge : :
11 (10Yi,1 off his overcoat, when be was seen to NT G If* : ." ...
.. Itays
... .16d.nM al1 .110.. .a..... si50e doctor thought It bad colic, and from totter as if about to fall when his SA S , ". '.. '. .
...r.at1150.. .. . ... Iwo, lass the ,first dose the child pasted 73 daughter Mrs. Tracy crugbt him in . '*'.
rr........ alii liar at .1..110.. ... .. e.00 21 worms,, Sold by Robert on't, Phar her arms ,and after two or three gaspshe .

eWva.edq.al 1.110. ..?. ,1 61 macy. was dead. The remains were taken \ '. ..
rorMMn.tadiyKttl.no Cam.....1.. MtmOOMMIMIOMBB'S,..UI.IO, lie lie In charge by Undertaker Thompson Has Established Headquarters 'at , -- . ,.., '.. ,;,,.
...... 11Sjdy..$.l1.iO.\ .. rtlilt for being ., :1
Social) Event shipment
and
t"...dar,..t..IIO.Si '.1.611....., 16ulur..k TII Pretty' tent prec.red / at fort Meade on the My. Stores and left a Full - : ( ., : : '

...t. .!-'tfan.,.. lit .. aorntr..t. 1& Mrs. D. C. LN' "At Home" givenIn early morning train. ' 't' '. ,

". '.";" lOW honor of Miss Douglas Gordon Line of, All ,Kinds !of ... ., fa'
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MSTUCT... L"HaD. of Kentucky and MissRuby Oliver, At the regular meeting, of Orange

2Mn day...,lt.:,. .. .... M2S of this city on Tuesday afternoon was Blossom Lodge. F. A A. W. nextMonday .., I ,
.......' 84 sokTumbIln.lduy. Christmas Goods, ,
ill* Han. 21 *r well of Suitable for : : "
.. . 8600at one of the prettiest as if one evening officers for the ensueing -

-... \,. .r .. ... .. .. . . the most enjoyable social functions of year will be elected. There ----0- ,
Durmicr' MO... the season. will also.be work In the fellowcraltdegree. : I I.
IndclphYoaBf.Bdan. t. .... ... 600 Feminine society was out m full Visiting brethren arecordtal- ;" ; ,
H StalU..... 4q._ . 10 force, to pay homage to the popular !ly invited to be present. I now have Two Stores full to .... ... :"i I" ,' .

[For which warrants were' ordered and accomplished honorees and to enjoy "!o , ,."I . .. ;.. .
awn In '1..01"of the road sopervlr the beautiful hospitality of their Car .'have been received by friends 'overflowing with Fine Fresh ;-: ,1'', : ;, ," :

> for $503.35, and, w; U.,Sullivan, esteemed hostess.' I [here anneunclng .the approaching I :Men: "f'/ < __ \ \ :

Ir $10.40. Tbe house was-. beautifully decorated marriage of Mrt. Annie' L., Cannon Fruits.Fancy: Groceries. Confectioneries '..' "'. ," \ '.: ;,

|The bill ''of the Kissimmee Lumber for the opcatlonTWlth pot plantsferns i Formerly of Kissimmee, to Mr, '.> ,.' .,).. :
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j. for lumber furnished for bridge on and evergreens, and presentedan Clarence Noble the ceremony to take Cigars Tobacco. Cold ''I-" .". }': ',J. ( ,. .. i'!.r.. '..

.jugbman road 30,783 foot at 814 per appearance that 'was altogether. place at her home in Philadelphia. ." ,". ;., ..'(,j. "

kousand amounting.to S467.CO and pleasing to the eye. on Tuesday Dec.Sltt. Drinks.. Etc. When buying your .yz ,f. ;. II
16.64 freight on samewas approved. Dainty refreshments! , consisting. of - : :' . rr
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pd warrant ordered drawn. :cake (chocolate, tea. confections The second story floor In the newUraystone Christmas Tricks live m e a call. ',. : ; "' :{ Y, ;

pausd supervisor was Inttruoted nuts etc.- were served by Misses I Hotel has'' been laid and W'.om'en' t.:', .l "," 1' .

__tissue work on Campbell road Ulaslngame Moon Eloise Moon work Is now being rushed to completethe -0----: ,. ',' "fool'I.. ,.:, ..
Represent and proceed to repair Bryan and Parker. Mesdames Brit- building In time 'to open it for ...

tlayTloe delightful music both vocal and 'In ROTUNriODR. .
[ tin. M. B,' Gilbert presented her
port .. County Treasurer showing strurnental, wbluh added much to Rev. Godfrey CadnMtn, of I, ,\ISM; : s sand

e following balances on hand. the enjoyment of those present. San An ton lo., Texas arrived a' few

....., ... .. days ago to spend the holidays with Children. '
....a....".'d.i'.. I 4110 7} ,
ad f'fll'teltve.," .. . 14s Circuit Court his parents. Lieut.; Col. and Mrt, w. \ :;

.......,.... ,..... .. . . 8&311 E. Cadman, at Narcoossee. _
.. ......... _. '_ J:'II170 When the Valley Gazette went topress LESLIE W. WEEDON -' ;

.Out DIa Ng 1-'r." ... .." ... ::11II' 100atal..d III I last week,, the case of Chas. Attention 1s called to the advertisement

.....,...,..:..,.. .. .. 1111111t.a Padgett and Lawrence Sullivancharged of. Mrs. Trent In this issue .'' Specialist-Eye, Ear ,
.. .... .......//.1........ ..(..':. :. '. 81'0110' with changing the marks Of :
hogs was being tried., A large The High 1 School _will give two ,
Hose' and, Throat....,
......: ... Mloea)
4 number of witnesses were summonsed weeks vacation for" the holidays. \ '
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I And with certiflcate i of de* \'
same a .
both sides in this case, and an .
>sal from the State Bank of Kltslm- on unusual amount of Interest' was manifested Only twelve more.. ...Lart till Christ ;1 ,

e. bv the stock men of tbe county. m... t "
Tat Collector Bandy reported the The taking of testimony was finished Private Hosoital, .American Nationar =: '

Illowldg amounts to be collected .. It III COME SEE
and the case went to the .T. t. Bank Building Tampa AND
......_.. ;'...' ,,,.;. ..... t 4O 1 16n Saturday verdlctof ;, ,
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....................r....... ....,_ 106pd 1. jury late Saturday afternoon Cough yourself Into a fit of .pum. 'Flonda. ,
...,........"" '..,., ... ,: .,. "'HI! 01 acquittal being brought In I and then wander why von don't get '. .'
....... ... 16M II after I .... "
s.I..t..t. supper well. If will\ only try a bottle ofa..Uard' v -
. ... you ": "If. ,
. . .. 171 13 witnesses the Jr "J' <.)
and upon '
.:. .. ............}... II.( .. The Jurors but' Horehound Syrup )our / .* i .I .1" I .'
'.../1./...... 011 court were discharged Saturday, cough will be a thing of the past Isis .
with same a certificate ot despotlt Judge Jones remained over till Mon : a positive cure for Coughs, Influenta. ... .,' ,]. y 3 :j jf ;(\.' .
p m 8'B.DII.Or: Kissimmee. . day morning to wind up some matters Bronchitis and all Pulmonary W.'L. 'W INN,' Santa "I "

n Tax report.. examined and connected with the term; when diseases. One bottle will epnvlncevou I f, .{: : 1/1'
saww.usw..a.w. :
ant.downed' till the spring 25o dOe $1.00. nnrsrcz.xatnst7. .
pared with Stubs." court ", -at your druggist, ', ,
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1.. M. Murphy Treas; Bond term., ... . Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy: ' ; ;.1'.1
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-- Reported Reel Estate .Sate*. ..ss.lurw. /.ass.' ' ... f 1r
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KTreMnrer $51.00 of Special Per lie... .' ', : : 'f. ,i
here In the .
re'1I -RePOrt.:: ot- and various' approved..obeerauuaed r.al..ta'Times are" market.Improving J. M. Wlllson A shop'equipped' with a five hONe DIC ,J. W. SIMPSON! .. ....,....f:, ... ',>_I 10, I I.-'i1is. .J'!' ",. ," ',!,>.

and v-j-and Canotlled Warrants were reports the following sales completed 1Wm. power gasoline engine, planer,' band ..' ('.., :, .. /'< ;
Porch to Barry Bryan,hens.iuI.lot DENTIST. ... t *
?7 as follows the La .. '
on Kissimmee Peter and rip saws, other tools .too nnwerone \ ,(... ''' ;
'North ; .
In ,
and Forfeitures .an .' 't' oj
l'ua4'.1' 888 S7 LanlerJr..MO Also s blacksmith Office Oeceola Phanaaey.moiiBoim.r . r "I. :
... loI2. to mention. over ... ..
'I-"' 'to.' .I .-" '" .<<.AT. : acre ... 8. Graham to. Ktaslnu.ee shop, tools and stock: ..Terms made -.>> '. ".."',' ..' i_ J

., rH-.n.\'H.; : ... .'.\.'..... ,. eoo I' 0.W.At.R.xt ; MrsLola known o'. application.. .Apply to '\ f jfeCt>> _SSi! h ."\ ( 'ii'I ." .jilt..
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.1arCO.... ttl'Wr pnssoted &bell' Lacier ; bouse and Klsslniiase Fla.. .Telephone No..M JUB $lye, ; r
I St. M. Coener. : .. . ... ..
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l.ii /t'II.fIN-l.rti..N' J tllng 'down-'yet!" 'gently-and -sug rgeillvel" .

TROOPS AR E SENTTo $t

Settling down'" ,

." ,. .. .ie "Yes marrying and going Into Florida News Notes ,
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ee Parliament, and behaving generally
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I Iv .,,11. as a well-bred ,and somewhat ambitious too Prevent Rioting By Union

i A ra Ie young Englishman .ought. J ... ... T T .... T T.T T.T. '".. T '
__. _, ...... ; By.......... $ according to precedent" Miners in Nevada. r T T T T T T.T r __ 'f' 0' .

respect lor' precedent, *. for ,
"I have no Bering Pstrolewny
01 tlae....,... YOUNG '/enry.... J2: mother." Shaded Tobacco Crop. I I
will ,J. II. Stump of Valdosta O*,. i a :1g.
u Nor: T. But why not give up wan The growing of shaded tobacco
Anglo-lndian: MISTLEY Seton...... dering. Win and go IntS 1'arlla- REQUEST Of ;. GOVERNOR this season be nu Important crop 'tlvely' at work In Washington oountJ '
/ wan for petroleum It 'la' said t
ment?" she .added softly "A of Kjcambla county boring
'.. the '
SecretService .- Merriman. who has mastered a special y,as ?**-.i. '. among planters decided to Mr. Stump has lease on, more th*
\ have this Russian'yuestion. Is' certain Roosevelt Many of them hove of oil lands on the tamo
Action and to 1,200 acres
owing
J'1' President Takes with the tobacco,
experiment '
I. .e ;... to get on there'"But I Orange Hill about nine miles'onth <
e. 1 have not. mastered It yet. Order*..General' Funston to Hasten the success attained by tbose'ho' The land was prospectedby
'Vell-'oll and the colonel are. to Goldfield with Fore" of planted It last year 1 In what; Is knownas Chlpley.
mineralogist who pro.
.
the accepted authorities upon the the Perdido xectlon.'Tliere H wa an expert '

\ffi"m'l lfWJfi'i matter. I do not see what'more you Regular tobac oequally' 'nounces the vindication* Of the very],
.JiTOTOronsnyKnffiffiffiCHAPTER. . . . . . .. found that the soil-produced
- '. - - - - - of
can require Whether you have mastered triff'tamou\ Quincy 1In st. At a depth twenty feet ltd
busied himself) wit as good as .
XIV.' .0 The jounger than President Roosevelt Thursday night
It or not you know moro U stated that the shale 1* ao saterattd
highestpriced
Continued t Adonis, while the .colonel, looked 00.with' wrappers, which Is among! the '
other man. General dispatch' Iii
to barns
any Instructed Funston and ho I with oil that It freely
St "1, too have a favor to ask oyou a misty look abcut the eyes. Yes, but It Is like erplorlng new tobacco on the market '
,
duffer sufficient force of. regu'.ar: to Gold- This all pine tar. s 'iJ(
"You must think me a great a good profit
;' she almost pleaded "I am lu country-there Is no end to It, One yield was sold at a '
f/, your power wholly and Inevitably; my boy!" he said at length, a must keep up to the times and be field, Nevada, to control the' situation year the same company Is to more | Mr. Stump has Installed a first clot

but lI.a'lI.o' English Gentleman; I beg little grimly, ever In the front, or It Is useless com- there. This action was taken upon ,. than double the acreage. Other planters drilling apparatus which will kor

i, of you to keep-this.. latter'''.-.a profound Winyard, shook his head, but did peting. Once the ground has been from have tAken ups' the study of tobacco well 1.200 feet deep., and 1 It U under';

secret from 'Ivan Meyer Ir not look up. traveled over by another man the interest receipt' of telegraphic requests and assisted by the department 'the superintendence of an expert oil
"** "I am afraid, continued the, old Is lost. While I am here, the the governor'-ot Nevada. The troops growing, '
am strong again now, I will go. agriculture of the state, man who has had long experience Ian
I I '
soldier, "that I must be one. or of ;
idle
With a grave Inclination of the Russians are not by any means ; will proceed from San Franclaco, and the Pennsylvania and Ohio oil :
should have suspected It before.Nowwhen .'deparlnKnt of agr fltldujjThe
tomorrow and the government
Asia
started for Central
firmly and If I
head she passed .him, stepping
i on the'dry' turt.. Tie watched her aa It might' have been-loo I should find that things the strength of she expedition Is let ,'culture, have prepared( to plant oil machinery Is. sad| to. be of tti.l

1 she made her way along the edge of late, I see It all. That first letter" had moved "'l\fd since I was there to the )u'dsment of General Fuuston.doldfleld. quite an extended scale. The cost .of latest pattern. *:Jj

i rr t the stream by the little path that from the Society" of Patriots-Winyard before--onward for them backwardfor la about fourteen' hour by shading!! the tobacco'' makes the cxpciwoof j I. Work on the first well was begupabout J
suggested ,
"Lunatics, '
Clot week and reports' th t'
led to Watso.When us. almost exceed ago, are
the first
4 s with rather a- lame littler laugh. Francisco, year '
rail from San
hThen have not altered your1plans.
'satisfactory I
Winyard reached Droom- you progress'1 being made.
after the sheds are tme.i ?
"No yield but
call them ,
Patriots
let ,
for
haugh with rather a poor basket offl8h' : ; us You-intend to continue beinga A special .from Carson City, Nevada, -,
t some of them, at least, are sincere. built, under which the: tobacco grow.1eo \
earth "
face of the ,
the
his back, he was told that wanderer on Governor Sparks confirmed the
upon says: Raise Stock and Tobacco.. (-J
} Their first letter threatened us both: whom the Cabinet keeps In finely, the Ollt'of keeping! tlu-tfi .lu Wilt ;
Colonel Wright had also returned a man 'ft"deT'1
} i and was changing his fishing clothes You answered it, and, contrary to sight as being reckless enough and repurt that ho has asked the Ito repair Is light. 0 Tho big hay farm of the Southern!

G. your custom, you forgot to keep IoCOIY.of wild- government ,for military aid hold I State Lumber located, west]
When he came down stairs a few clever enough to send on any ---- company,
wrote. Since then the situation In hand both for the
what ,
i ;? minutes later, he found his chiefwafting you goose chase they may have In hand Bank Cashier Deposed.Cashier of Prnsacola, ha been sod to A. X.
there has been no question of me, of mines and of
door of a little "Do they keep me in sight on that protection property stock
for him at the Budamoro ot tho Pensa- Maker, a prominent raiser ot
but only Of you. Oh; what a 'fool 1 I mother" the miners and mine owners of the J. C.
which was'special- account ,
smoking room of It before at Pensacola Lexington Ky., who will .raise stock
was .not to have thought cola Honk and Trust company
The "I told so by a Minister. ,
ly set apart for the gentlemen. was vamp
IgnorIng !"- "I am glad to hear It. A man :uay has been removed from offlcsI on an extensive scale at the placel'l
y old fellow looked grave, and : Late Thursday afternoon he stated
Wluyard's Inquiry as to what As usual, .Wlnj-erd laughed, but I get very good sport after wild geese, I that the troops would be sent lu. This I by the directors, owing to,the dU: coir1 The farm consists of 4SO tens, all]

4 sport he had had, he 'motioned him the colonel held to his point." and who knows what may come of will practically place the town of 1 cry of alleged Irregularities III Ills ac udder fence, and 300 acres are cltarcd.1
and followed "As usual Win, my boy said the its knowledge of the country at some making On the place are located a number'
to enter the room, Goldfield I counts': (Hank examiners arc
old the last / under martial law 'The action -
closely. Then the colonel closed the fellow, -slowly, "during future day. I tell you, mother, ..his'la ; thorough examination. President j large buildings, one of. them, the D"rn.l
Iwo years we have been very good of the Tonopah mine owners In a '
door, and held out a telegram. an age of specialties-universality i ''b building ot Ita
1 Bass of'the trust company stated that I ?lng the largest ,
friends and that under :
exceptionally their mines has in
closing ,
a mcasurdcomplicated
is this
.; Winyard took the pink paper, and III at an end. My specialty
trying circumstanced. We have gone I whatever shortage exist are, not HO lure In the entirestate and'prptone
Asian At matters and It be
read aloud Central. question. anytime may
:
I I through a good deal together, and find large but that they would be covered of tine largest In the. MU.Ua.b.. .4j;
at moment
"Would suggest Mlstley engaging any we may I necessary to send troops-to that town
'a valet whom 1 ca'n recommend. we have shared everything. I think ourselves upon the brink of the big- In conjunction with Goldfield, the two I I by the Indemnity bond of the cashier, fluent of hay 1* grown there, while:

Marie Dakovltch is in England." H would have' been right and fair- gest fight the modern world has being only twenty miles apart. Cover I and, furthermore, 'that the cashier had the place has a reputation having v

The message bore only the Initials In fact you must see for yourself seen; then my time will come. Then his trAnsferred, stock and deeds: In bred some of the finest short kornj
I states that resolution
hat I have a claim to share t this additional nor Sparks I
; "M. I...." and had been dispatched danger with you as .we he first words of the''Var Office will for asking for federal aid Is to fully : his possession! to the bank. The irregularities cattlo In the south. Mr Baker will'
from the Westminster be: 'Send for Colonel Wright and used of the place :at ;
bared -the others." protect both classes. of the cashier have not take jtoBscsilon onceij
Winyard read it Vlnyard 1\lIslley'-the one to plan, '
Branch Post Office.
< Intends to plant KeltI -
It aLa
apprehension whatever as a .Mr. linker
. r, over once for his own .edification, I house l 18 'tucky the place, and If th.]
realized that the banking tobacco on
der' A conflict between the
I and turned toward his chief with a CHAPTER XV. time come! mother-nous verrons! arms. striking ,
t smllt. The colonel was standing I "In the meantime It seems to me miners and the townspeople !Is believed fully protected. III r. Scudamore came /exi> Tlimnt proves successful he 'will

with his broad shoulders against the A Little Note. that your entire life Is being sacrl- Imminent. to Pensacola about a year ago front add tobacco growing to stock 'raiting.]

f mantle-piece, his eyes fixed on the The little Parish church of Droom ced to be In readiness for an event The mine owner" reiterated their Kentucky, and was, one of the organizers

t i carpet. His hands were thrust deeply was remarkably full on the Sunday which may never occur." determination not to resume of the Penaacola Hank and Truit Call to Sea Island Grower '

; I into his Jacket pockets, and ho morning following these events. This "Mother," said Winyard, with a lions until the Western Federation opt'raI I company, which has a capital stock Ilarvle Jordan of the Seal
f moved restlessly from one foot to the fact was observed by the young vicar cheery laugh, "you are getting sentimental President
that agltatorn have been driven out by the of f200OOOhWork Island Cotton Association ha ealW
x other. without surprise, and moreover without and will never do. If

i "As usual" said Mlstley, still smilIng prejudice.He you Infect me I shall die off In a law-abiding workers The Federation I a meeting of the county association*!

f as he took a seat on the edge of shrewdly suspected that these : week. And as for larking In that Insinuating In its turn Is preparing to make Its of Professional Burglars. of the state to be held by or before!

the table, and carefully tore the tele- strangers had come, not to worship manner about settling last stand 'in Goldfield in the strugglefor Professional burglars dynamited' the the third Tuesday In.December.. TMl

gram Into small pieces-"as usual by preference .In his church, but to down, how about J1 certain elderly existence. I large safe In the store of K, J, Ham call cay, In part:

with news from headquarters, this see the well-known Colonel Wright lady who Is always\ flying about the The miners' funds are exhausted. mond at Hawthorne a few nights ago, 'M these county meeting U an

comes just too late." and his distinguished young coadjutor world Scotland, London, Paris, Poverty and [.hunger have gripped th.I' the explosion setting fire to tho store, time for the collection tilt
"?tow!" asked the colonel, looking ; yet he thought no worse of Rome, and even St.: Petersburg- proprlate
thrown but of work the action the building and large
men by : destroying a slid _
', up rapidly.! them for that, and was honestly gladto nursing the stricken, and consoling i annual due of the association
r "I had the pleasure 6t meeting sea them all, remembering that a such as are love-sick or martyrs to of the miner*' union in calling the stock of goods every county association to get '
strike and numerous burglaries and j t The force of the explosion tore away
Miss Marie Bako.llch'thlll morning. seed sown by the wind may well finda Indigestion proper standing with the Interstate

"You? Here"*, 0 fruitful resting p'ace' "When you marry, I will aetUedown' holdups recently committed have ter- the outside door of the safe but not Island. Cotton Association. Every,

"Yes. She had ,a shot at me with Ivan Meyer had 'not come to In a cottage near at hand take rorlied many residents ot the town. I the portion where a large amount of tr association Is earnestly request

,,6 a very nice little revolver .at a distance I church from mere curiosity, but fflth to needle-work, and worry about Violence Is momentarily expected money wag held; therefore, the burglars perfect (the county assoclaUpnV

t of about five yards' and missed ''a set purpose. Marie Bakovltch bad your wife. There Is Lena coming and the mine official say they think secured nothing. out farmer strange

meS""Wheww been more Incomprehensible than alone; run away and meet her while a battle I I. Inevitable before federal |' From the Hammond store and, whlla urge upon
!" remarked the crloneLv I In and takeoff bonnet." closer organisations and the 111I
ever during the last few days, and go my I
troops can reach the camp. | citizen*, were fighting the fire, ,the bur, .
: Words usually failed him at a critical her' patient lover was slowly awakening They were now upon the stone ant and vital necessity of raising
Moth Bides are.la a frenzy of the store of Webb A
juncture. Mlstley laughed as to the fact that her mind wa terrace; and :Mra: .,,.MlsUey.!! pointed rage glare entered cotton,free from _debt'''
oe tho remains of the telegram down the valley she. andSth slightest spark will fire that Barnet where! they secured a amall
toward
__ :, ... he"dropped: no longer reliable. Nevertheless, he as walked -
(Into the )iwaste-paper basket- loped:,ons.'buf; to continue hoping the house, l magazine.; .The men's refusal to ac. [ amount of cash There 1* DO,clue to

f .';*t.-Phis usual laugh whlch 11ad!lIttle hi'larlty and watching' In' silence'sand alone 'I, ,"I expect"", said Winyard.'partly cept.script,for their':wage during'''thj!':the',:fidentltyVct, ;(thathtf/ejijg: \s'a.ttitt; ,(, I :TranspprtaUon; companies "sre

Yai+ .... In It, serving, .nevertheless, was! a heavy task for one of his Impulsive to himself, "that Charlie has been currency famine was. taken advantageof --:..:::.;:; C;" "f crating, almost without exception,

very well .as a stop-gap. nature. He determined caught by the Sandforda." matters the management of .the. Florida
suddenly to bring .to a crisis. The new of the death of General

4 "She was In the train by which therefore, to seek assistance, At the head of the narrow steps A special from Denver, Col., 'eays: Allen :Thomas at Waveland, Mis*., winter International exposition (o,
rF .0 we came. l'remember seeing her' at and this from Winyard Mlstley hlmelf. which he had just ascended'he drew "When William D. matter ot hauling exhibit to Jack.
Haywood. leeretsr, sorrowful Intellgence to many '
_r I King's Crosi. No doubt she is stayIng Something In his artistic soul, the note handed to him in church came as vlle.? The Florida East Coast
s at Walso. Privately I think sho- onto strange love of a crude contrast from his pocket. It was In French, treasurer of the We k tern Federationof Tampans, for the general had for several parry has formally agreed to carry:
'
Is a little vague In the upper regions; prompted him to do this; ando one line. In a fine, clear handwriting. Miners was Informed that Governor years made his home there and exhibits not Intended for sale to sad

a sue did net appear to know exactly convlnved was he of the wisdom: "Meet a friend to-night at the bottom Sparks of Nevada had asked that fed- endeared himself to a large circle of ,
from the free oran char*
what she about and-and it of his that of the eral troop be sent to Goldfield Nev exposition ,
was was appeal, he had come to small steps. I. M. friend by )ile- courteous dispositionand '
-desperately poor shooting! Broom Church with a little note In "I. M.!" mused Winyard. "Ivan he said: noble character. After serving The Seaboard Air Line bM formaOM

The colonel tugged pensively at his pocket to be passed into Win- Meyer; and he calls himself a friend! 'The miners at Goldfield( have been during the second Cleveland admliiU-, notified the management that ,It will

r his gray mustache, while his kindly yards hand. I am gradually getting into a fog fair with the mine owner and I cannot tratlon as minister to Venezuela, General follow the same course. Other raU;"
eyes rested with an expression of As the with all these Fronds'
congregation trooped down muddling consplraors. conceive how troops would be necesnless Thomas located In Tampa, purchasing road lines operating throughout
wonder on his companion's face. he Wlnyard caught ." *
narrow.aisle I I will undoubtedly fair: In line
':Now that I come to think of It," slant, for the third time .In his life, Then he thrust the note back into sary ;:.. capitalists have become propertyIn northeastern

Ors he said slowly; "when I drove ;our of Ivan Meyer; and in his eyes he his pocket, and ran lightly down the unscrupulous. section of the city and residing there v"

I;? t mother and Mrs. Wright Into Walso saw the gleam of recognition whichIs steps to meet Lena. I 'I personally 'Interviewed Governor until a short while ago. when he wentto Throughout the state pleasure

the other day, I saw a foreign-look so difficult to conceal, and with It "You are polite! was her greet- Spark on the situation. Nevada has Mississippi.!! General Thomas was. keen expressed at the feet, that il,

;+ ing girl accompanied by a tall, fair he thought he detected a peculiar Ing. I no state troops, and therefore there In a consulcuously prominent omcer In' Clem Hampton secretary to State Br

Scandinavia. pleading expression which he failed "I am," he replied, bowing low. no danger of a riot. Spark seemed to the Confederate service and wa one 'Iperibtendeat-of I Public Instruction .

I at the time to understand. "I am nothing If. not polite." know this and my Impression of him of the trusty officers of the Confed M. Hollow a,; ha been 'appolbtedl s.

t e I was waiting outside." Without turning round to look, he "Then you are nothing" she answered was that he would hesitate to permit eracy who went 'with the cartel to Gen. l erlntcndent of the educational bulie
"The '
foreign-looking girl was felt that the tall foreigner Immediately saucily.
was government troop to enter 'Nevada because Ing at the state fair 'Tampa ,
Marie eral U 8. Grant to arrange for the
Bakovltcb.. said
"Thank
r Wloyard, behind him as he passedout you. I was afraid you did '
partly to himself. He was slowly ot' the low( door, and It was characteristic not think so much of me." their entrance might mean riot.' surrender of Vicksburg and his brigadewas Hampton, whets an able and ener

stroking Adonis with a soft pressure of his readiness of mind "You have allowed me," she continued one of the last to quit the Confederate educator, has already begun the,w

of his slim brown hand on the shaggy that he showed no surprise when a severely, "to walk home LITTLE GIRL'S AWFUL DEATH. service 'In the war betweenthe of securing educational I exhibit tr ,

, t head. "If." he-continued, aftera note' was thrust rather' clumsily into from church alone, and to carry thla I states. the various school and college '

e' long pause-"If It had only been a his hand. He must have slipped it unassisted" Scalded in Tub Prepared by Father Florida In which she 1*_being enthu .

man, the whole affair would have into his pocket with wonderful celerity She held out for his Inspection a for Hog KillinG The Manatee county commissioners astlcally assisted by 8uperlntendclIlolloway
beenjntenaely funny; but somehow, because he was shaking hands tiny prayer-book, of which the
t since I hare seen the girl, the humor the next Instant with Miss Mabel weight might safely be set down as Stella, the daughter. of at their regular monthly meeting and-other noted educatnatJohn '
of the thing has vanished." Sandford who three unanimously voted an appropriation -f !
appeared to be completelY ounces. John Sheram, met a horrible death at
Lena and Charlie, passing the open satisfied with her new summer "Good gracious!" exclaimed Win- of $1,000 for a state fair' exhibit and O'Netl., a resident of'Jack: .

fe j + window_a.t that moment, heard Win- costume. yard, "you do not mean to say that the family' residence- near Crawford, Mr George Klggln, the energetic commissioner ,vllle, shot and killed Blmmle, Ice

yard's remark. There was no mistaking Her Interests In theatrical was I yoU carried that all the way!" Ando Ala.Her f..th'"er for Manatee at last year' don at Bvllevlew; O'Nell.u arrtste

the neat enunciation,. no misconception rather too ostentatious, and Mrs. gravely took the burden from her was preparing to kill a fair, has been reappointed to do good and placed In' the' Ocala :Jail.: ,0'l1
of the meaning, Wright with hands. "I hog and had filled a tub with, boiling '
and Charlie
as a woman's quick In- thought was with .It.Ih''d
work for the county at the fair of is well In Jacksonville where he .
they p'assed on, each wondered a' lit sight, saw, .a she came out; of the you," he continued, apologetically water, the tub being in a hole on a .' Ja
tle over those words caught on the church. that she was displaying her "No Mr. Mlslley. I was. alone." level with the ground. A light quilt 1808. -- I for a number of tear. with

wing. intimacy with the young diplomat "It shall not 'occur again; Miss was spread over it t6 keep down the mother. lie held a position until
Presently the colonel walked to for the sole benefit of. her lady Vright." steam A few nights ago thieves broke. Into cently with the Southern :railway'i.

the window, still pondering over the. friends. "It Is not polite to mimic people, The; little child had been accustomedto the store of M. T. Howell at Macclenny, I '4u

event Just related to him. Then, Mrs. Mlstley had :or some days Mr. Mlstley." said Lena, looking and stole a few articles. The night Since the'hlght train was'put on tli
lying on pallets and seeing the
without looking around, he asked: been trying to secure a teteatetewith straight in front of her. They were quiltIn. marshal saw the flashes of a dark lan Florida East Coast railway: there Ii*,
Will you h.veblll her at the foot lhe the yard lay down on It. She sank
v.leU" eon, and with little difficulty o stone stairs cut In In
tern through the front windows of the increase ,
"No thank you! I do not believe she now arranged that they left the wall, which were Just broad. to the bottom of the scalding: hotiwaterbefore .{been a J perceptible

la that system, for one reason; and the churchyard together; : For some enough for two persons to 1..*. she could be rescued and Buffered tore, and quietly went to some nekrby number of tourist' 'arrl'lns'ln.l1th

I ,require no one. to protect me from moments the mother and son walked Then! her humor suddenly-changed. agonies until death came shortly residence to 'get some men and r also being an Increase in

.'girl' for another." side by side In sllence "How very foolish we are!" she afterward. capture' them, but when the force returned number coming of those. who Beth

iThen the 'colonel turned sharply They were now walking by the exclaimed, laughing: Just as'she- the thieves had decamped. town or rent winter hO1n.. ;

.rqund'and faced his companion. Broomwater, 'and the tipple of the poke she clipped baekwardrand her -

L11' ,''Who was ,the man I saw with stream a* It danced and tumbledalongfljled augh.. turned Into a little cry. of BOOST FOR ROO8EVELLT.' V. F. Dell, formerly of Atlanta, who I"a9 The month of November 'w tDes .

hrT" tr.'I ? ...... i In the Interval of the fright., hut been located 'at Jacksonville 'for cxportithrough '

was wonaerlnr y'epled\Vfn- conversation, and led to long, fT3'1: nt1U1led.)' Southern Republican pick Teddy'for'Third'Term. tW pAst'pine months '' Inspector of the greatest' amount_of cotton ,
)yard adroitly fr + ri a -. IPensacoia ,
j Ii thoughtful. pause In the. klstory ?
,,
continned-'the i' electric wiring for ,the .Southeastern.Tariff I?
1 think cbtopel, 'Tell me, Win" said Mrs. Mlstley Earliest :Mnslcal"Notrs. ; \ 'porL.TFiT' 3f i
the cam
*
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while hi sells .outh'-io'' ,Association, was drowned last ., steamer. ,
kindly eye acquired a new at. length with hesitating glance ; .The earliest written sighs fort'.u. A ,. the, republican national ,I 0

.4r "* a:o.k.eDneu1' .thlnk-l will go and toward ,him "",h.t do rou think, ol cal '''note.,were_the6 letter* of the al.pbtiet contenUon next year, with the Sunday In 'tbeL' John's river.D ll : full cargoes of"the fleecy staple e., _

; .; '. ..>-Marie BakoTitcb.: doing In the future : and their 'use .for' this pur- I delegate* 0 .pledged toItoosevelt-that and two pthers) :were duck bunting! ; and; for foreign ports, and the .totsi''mher
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J ..Nof'escl.lmed Winyard. cauu. 1?", h* began' vaguely; ""Oh. T pos', dated from a'very,early period, I while moving about".In ;:the ,boat Den ed . ',
the
of ale.abjpj .ca
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..sly 'yoeSmuat'net'dotbatf"" "'" told themat is program mapped' ,out: by, the > > ;...
beadqvartenrthatl"wa* The ancient Hebrews employed certain fell overboard.' 'The .weight;,,of losdw'ed /
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'Tl e. ;there followed rather1''' an ready' to go "anywhere .at any'.moment 'accent to> mark'the, 'rise. and southern' members the republican national shellsrln his coat kept him I 6I 7, exeeedln=':'any'prevlousa moatsr
? :. .,kwant silence between' these two ." committee, which met In Wash pocket, '
Tall of the human voice In chanHrrtt th of
from rising ..and he drowned before : history the port by many
m.n, .' knew .each otn! tr *a: .well. "You h*" ,.. .t> thought of'aet4' t'uttii psalms and prayeri._ Inglon"Frlday. .1, . .'J >)'> ,I .--..
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)ING. T oRiE''W.U( "of':" about fifty delegate to the danger at' Ooldfleld Nevada, %\. I -

;t. ( recent convention at Memphis of the WAS TERRORIZED D. II revealed in -Che'.official correspondence ,),
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I Lakes-to-the.GOlt Deep Waterways Association between Governor Sparks' of that \

;, ) ;, Igitlon I Is Asked In Senate Res* led"by President W K: Kava, Property of Tobacco Companies Worth!: state and the president Just made
naugb. caUed cu; Vice President Fair public. The 'governor') 'appeal, for
"tlone
Anent Burned
,Legality of Over $200,000 and Other
Itaulna' .
' st banks and Speaker Cannon, at the capltol troops is. construed by the, Washing
'
,., Certificate* and Canal Bond Thursday ,and prevented to each i .,, Buildings. Badly Riddled by .authorities to.,Indicate the Imminence '! I ,

by Government a memorial adopted by the convention.. ." I Hall of Lead., Of great' periL 'The governor's "Will' I Cure You. J/ <
\" praying the support of congress to the appeal to the president dated at :Carson ,

";'f:.' enator ';.Ulma_. of. South Carolina project tor a ship canal from ,the great Five hundred"Night Riders"- masked City. Thursday, follow. The liver la the mftUHiprinrt for the whole body. To expect't t
good he<.bone most(; keep the llvor In good order. To eo,
duced I "At Ooldfleld Bsmeralda
,
"resolullonl.In, the senate lakes to the gulf of Mexico through heavily county,
and armed, marched into i. a regahstorlts deeded .t IlcrWno will put your liver In tho oon-
tooday directing: the committee onto the Allantlo coast states and recom- Hoiklnsvllle; Ky, early 'Saturday state of Nevada, there does now exist 1 I dltlon It should be and you will not auQer from headaches "
fCe Investigate the recent protfIdInl'l mending an annual appropriation of'' domestic violence and unlawful combinations '
;. '"' of the lecrewJ'of the trea- $50.000,000 for: harbors and waterways'improvement 'horning, and .:destroyed property valued and conspiracies which do .. 'A'POSITIVI; CURE

: .; tn' connection with the financial as proposed by the rivers . at, over 1200,000 while citizen. tow ko obstruct and continue to so 4 FOR::CONSTIPATION CHILLS: AND
, W II.and I obstruct and hinder the execution ot ,
l to make Inquiry concerning and harbors congress. in terror of 'their live, feared even
pkrlng house certificates. The resolu In receiving the" memorial the, vies -'to' open"' their window The police, the laws of the state ot Nevada and ,FEVER;BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA

,tions, were presented in two series, the president said he would take great flfre department, ,telephone and telegraph i now, deprive and, continue to so deprive AND, ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS., ;

Brat dealing with the operation ef the pleasure In presenting It to the senate offices and even the, railroad the people of the said section ot '

'tesasury.. department and \he 'second and continued: station were In possession of a wild the rights, privileges, Immunities and HM Done A World Of Good.. 4

".". clearing: house certificates, both' "Speaking for myself personally, .I mob, shooting right\'&nd left flame protection named in the constitutionof Mffi.'C.]).'PhiUev : Texa writes "I bare'

-'n. divided into three subdivision want to say that the movement for the I I' from burning buildfnga meanwhile the United States and of the state used Uerblne and : )1..bla.VAU.1 nl' corrective I have over "

.' ? The i first of the, resolution direct. Improvement our great navigable lighting up the city and .the surrounding of Nevada and which are secured' by tried It done my family MI well a* myRolf a world of good,

." .., committee on finance to Investle waterways ha my heartiest and most I country until it seemed that the the law for the protection ,ot such and I recommend It"to all my frioade. I novcr euttor,from

'. and report to the; senate. as,. fol- ardent support and good will. think whole town was ablate I rights.-privileges Immunities; andthe headache anymore.SOC WILL BUY IT. t
l>ws; among the question; which'engage, 1 Window In the front
;:iFirst-Whether the- issue of, certlfit I the attention of the people today there houses and bank on the Main of Nevada... are now and 'continue to 4

,.,.. s of Indebtedness bearing ,3 per I.I not one of,greater Importance thad i street ot the city were shot out' and be unable to protect the people In Ballard Snow Liniment Co. .

,rant Interest bids for'' which were In. thl. It affects 40,000,000 of people rep' I the entire front ot one 'newspaper such rights, and the reason 'of such '500-503 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO, .'

,;"Wted by the'secretary of the treasury, resented by you; In fact It affect every which ,had been especially, severe In 'Inability and'lbe particular ''thereof

: povember 18. 1907.., were for the pur- citizen the republican I Us condemnation of the raids ot the 'are the following, to-wit:, Unlawful dynamiting -

"it.. of borrowing money "to meet pub- Speaker Cannon greeted the committee Night Rider, and which,'was owned of property, commission ot Sold and 'Recommended ''by.2or ,;

expenditures," as provided bjr secll cordially and atone went to the by the mayor of the city' was do- felonies, threat against the lives and ,

of the 'approved\ June'*15, point by asking whether the memorial, 1 molished. property of law-abiding citizens, the Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

"' Atj,..nnd'U: not whether. there Ie'ao, recommended a bond Issue for the proposed I Only two men were Injured"one of unlawful possession of arms 'and ammunition rt"KISSIMMEE

ant. of !law'for the., issue of said expense Mr. Malone of the committee | them being Lindsay Mitchell a tobacco and the confiscation of, dynamite -T c ,'

a_?- replied that It had been omitted buyer, who was severely beaten with threats of the unlawful

5econWhether\ 'the Issue of the and Speaker Cannon then Bald: I I with switches and clubs, and the other, use of.the same by' preconcerted aetlon. .

KO.OOO.OOO of bond's"of the Panama "It 1* one thing to to'propose? Is another j j a brakeman, who was shot In the back
nl loan l bids for which -wero call, thing, to dispose, and under our\ | while trying to move his train from "Therefore pursuant to article 4.

r t by the secretary of the treasury, form 'government the rocks and the path of the flames section <4<, of the constitution of tho .... ,-

r' ;, ovember 18, 1907 was required to mountains will fall under representa-j\ The raid of the Night Riders caught ,United States, and to sections 5297 and STEAMER LILLIB.: STEAMER: ROSB: DA. **!

., stray the' expensesof said canal Urea who 'touch the people every two I the city unaware, as for some\' time 529S of the revised statutes thereof, Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. t+

y here being at the time when both ot year, unless they can show a prao- !I the depredations resulting from the I, John Sparks, governor do ,hereby Regular weekly trips:to Dasstngerd return. Kosesda leaves Klsslsv

t, lie loans were made upwards off Ucal record. I would hesitate long to' tobacco war had been of a minor nature respectfully request your excellency, nee Tuesday morning, and arrives r.ltslmmee Friday" evening' .

00,000.000'In the treasury for current vote to issue a thousand millions, 'or1'' 'and it was generally though Theodore Roosevelt: president. do Immediately Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer"obee and Fort Myers on the 14111

'f: ipendltures. five hundred millions a, or one, handred : that in the Dark District 'at*least the send to GOldlle d. Eameralda Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Hate reasonable t

T Third-Whether legislation iiecessary millions, or five .millions of dollars of worst was over. county. Nevada two' companies of The mOlt picturesque Waterway in Florida.

to protect any the people and the securities of the government for The property destroyed was as follows troops of the army of the United State For Passenger and ,Freight Rates apply to '
the Improvement of rivers and harbor CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor. 1
business Interests of the country from : to suppress unlawful disorder and violence On board "IJllle." KlislmmeenatfV

lie- Issue of unlawful money if clear- I am not sure that the sober second< W H. Tandy Independent tobacco to protect life apd property, to --,---

ag house certificates are such a* to thought of the country would approve warehouse building-- owned' by J.", It restore peace and to insure protectionof 4

prevent the Illegal Increase, the pub- It." Latham. law to the people of..the state or C
lie "This country' appropriation In Tandy A Falrlelgh, buyers' ware Nevada"
< debt In Ume of peace
The second series ot resolution" dlj cludln gtha permanent appropriationsfor house. The. pr .ldent.* reply, sent Friday, : The Fidgety Girl :

j teats the finance committee "to Inves- the public service are over S900.- In addition the entire glass frontof was aa follows:

>,'t1&ate'and report to the senate as 000,000 for the current year, and, gentlemen the Hopklnsvllle Kentuckian, Mayor w"To Acting Secretary of War,:' Referring

.;., oon'as practicable" on the followingporno the expenaltue will be with Meacham' paper, wa.4eatroyedwhUe' to the accompanying formal' request By Winifred Black ,
in the revenues and something left. windows in the front of the Commercial of Governor Sparks of Nevadttot r'Phi i,

..I'I.-t-: "Whether clearing house cer- We have already $240,000,000 of surplus U 1 I I Banking and Savings company, federal troops to restore order at ....f.4> SPENT the afternoon ,yesterday with a fidgety girl

:r Uflcates with which the country now In the. treasury, quite enough to the First National, the Planters' Trust Goldfltld, please direct General Funs-: = I'went home with a sick.headache and preferred to go /

.'I flooded, have I been Issued under au1..17'Or pay for a vigorous prosecution of all company and the Bank of Hopklnsvllla ton to aced a sufficient number,, of jj I. ''without my dinner,. all on account of the fidgety girL

the' law 'contrary; ; to the things that are being' prosecuted In were punctured with bullet holes. troops to be wholly adequate to*meet I'd rather sit In tbe room with a screaming parrot or a

or the way of work and quite enough to A number rt other business.houses any emergency. It Is far: better! to chattering monkey than to' be the unfortunate 'vis-a-vis victim -
UuWe I of glrL TIlII unfortunate woman Is not ill or
"I,, Second+Whether' the Issuing of said get ready Just as fast as possible with and residences bear the marks of bul avoid conflict! by sending too, many i nervous a or-bashful fidgety enough _to be seirconsclous'sbea'just; '
, bank surveys, plans and estimate. Now lets and it .Is considered remarkablethat troops than by sending' too few to ni.iiU
l certificate by an association of '. fldgety.bechuse she thinks about herself all the time.
then any representative who is accountable no one wa* killed. The Insurance .run the risk of Inviting bloodshed. too hot in the then there t
both state and national, and the useof ,First, It was room... was a .
'the same a* money subjects such to his people, would, In my Is believed to be about 50000. -JSlsncd) draught' then,her chair was too soft then the chair that she took wa too .:...

e ertlflcate or,note to the tai of 10 Judgment' be an ala to rush In and As soon; a* the Night Rider left THEODORE' ROOSEVELT: bard;, next her feet annoyed her they were too far from:the ground.,' Aner'tbat

In section 3412. United vote. 500000.000 or a thousand ,million town, a'pose of about fifteen' headed In his dispatch! l'to the adjutant gen. her hairpins pulled, and she dldn't.Ukethe, set of her pompadour when
'
per cent provided revised statutes. ,' V,: :? ot bonds:!.when we could,not, get by,Major: Baseett,of the local mtlltta oral, of the army General., Funston,.*, jibe had fussed her hair into shape again) then' she began to'ndget about the

States i .ready In two years to spend 6 per cent 'DeputySheriff'Cravens t entered In f part- J' "'rW'j i':.'!;?I' "',".,k".tpv." '" ,:4I \j,'t', "".'." set other blouse,, She pulled It down she pulled. It out., she'patted! the front ..
w Whether It wOuld be : *"' .
.
.Third- permieslble and'pulled in, her belt. .l / ,: Uf'.;'STXfJ1-; ( *. .
( of. her dreg
of buggies and followed the trail. As have Just conferred with a" prominent -
under the law, as It Is, for an ItWe dusted her face off with her handkerchief. After that she lookedat
** have got to leave something for soon a* the posse could get, near mining operator at Goldfield, nowhere The she
c ..association of banks, warehouse and I her nails, and then something about the;weight of a locket and chain she '
'elevator* to bane certificates based on the 'next congress to do, gentlemen. enough they opened fire on the fleeln] a man thoroughly familiar with wore'annoyed) her. After that her bracelet didn't set right. Then she

4 cotton, wheat, and tobacco stored In (Laughter and 'applause) .mob, and the' pursued returned the all conditions there. He states We t. I. sneezed, then ,she coughed then' she sighed,then she yawned. until I ,thoughtI

euch warehouse and elevators and "I think you are In the right line hot*. era Federation of Miners' In Goldfield: :. should have to leave the room where she cat or go into mysteries
In touching the matter' of waterways, but The member of the posse escaped numbers about 3.200. of whom about 1.. Now. If that girl were nervous or ill there would be some excuse,for itj: t
be 'used
to a* money
fully Injured, In hold fast to your resolutions-one or injury They were soon outdistance* 000 hare rifles and shotguns. Net more but she lent; she Is .lmpl1.'aeU- entered and ill bred. 'Her' mother never ,

marketing raid crops the same way two things that are practical; ,finish by the moynttd men and after chasing; Uitm'three hunditd of these men might taught her that the.greatett charm a woman can possess Is repose of manner '

.as clearing house certificate are. now them up. and they will speak for themselves the marauders several miles the offl. be considered dangerous and doubt and nobody ever educated her: up to tbe fact that it's a good deal;more fun to
people than in (I This 'fidgety girl is Interested
used. In other yourself. never , r
interested
and make other easier. That cera returned home If they would resist the reguar: ,troops be '
comfort her
in anything but herself, her own own motionsher own.
is what we. have got to do In this nat Governor Bockham. at the requestof Thtlr leaders are some of the mm -and her own'fidgetiness.. .
ELECTION. appearance
EXCITING her own
PROHI clothes
;
ter." Mayor Meacbanj and County Judge who made so much trouble In Jdahi Kind fortune save me from a fidgety girl.-New York American.
I
A notable! feature of the rivers and Dreathltt ordered the local company and Colorado. Danger Is that before
crappy Time Occurred In Cullman, '
harbors congress convention Thursday t of Kentucky guard. W report to the troops ,can: arrive they will blow up

Town, Alabama." was the address delivered by :James sheriff: for indefinite duty during the mines and kill people. Sheriff 1 18 a..

Cullman county Alabama., where J., Hill; president of the Great Northern Night Rider trouble under commandof member of the federation and I In'syzn P." -'u'd r aMake
dermaus
almost in majority was
: are election' Railroad company Major E. B. Bassett. The local, ot pathy with thtm.! "
in the throes ot_ a prohibition Mr. Hill created great enthusiasm flclal believe that thyy will be able :
For a while scrappy limes the' Children HappyW
Monday among the 2,500 delegates by.declarlng by an offer of protection to stcuro FALSE" TEETH, CAUSE DEATH.
; ,were: on Monday In Cullman Town. that the railroads of the country would witnessed who can positively Identify "
: '
Sheri support cordially: any proper plan for members of the mob. Enolay Ala. Man Swallowed the Whole +
the development ot the legitimate waterways Important clews are said to bavo plats ,and, Succumbed. Ey Orison Swett Mar "". as

to*put' up' a tent In the court house of the United States. lie been discovered that may lead to the W. F. Harris ot Eusley. Ala, died childhood. :The; }"
who have had no
refreshments.In E have all seen children
'yard, 'the to serve excitement a telegram was then produced figure ,to show"that the arrest 01 member of the mob. Ua Friday night as a result of .wallow I fun-loving element has been crushed out of them. They have

traffic of the country had become so t verified report came Sunday that two Ing his false tenth the night before. I been repressed and ,forbidden to do this'and that so long ;

I J, ,cent to_the, governor asking for troops' great and was increasing so tremendously I men were killed In Trlgg county by He 'swallowed the whole plate; and 1.11 that they have lost the faculty. ot having a good time. We
follow
,there being fears that a ,riot might that it was beyond the physical the citizen who pursued the ;Nigh effort of specialist to remove them [ -, I see these little old men ,and women everywhere.. '

,, power '*' "" ble.. What'has responsibility seriousness or sadness to do:
feel indignant a* well 'a* sad
,' TAFT TO HASTEN HOME. with children? We always s
BLUE SUNDAY IN NEW,''YORK. CRASHED THROUGH, TRESTLE. FARMER FINDS POT OF GOLD. serlousuess 5'
,- when we see evidences of maturity over- ,care;
;, '. .....-0-0o :.. r bar sinned somewhere.The .
i child's face. for we know some one
and anxiety. In a
Will Rush Through Germany or
"o.' everything Closed Tight. and'Silence. Southern,! Fwlght Train Wrecked and Treasure,. Consisting of Spanish Coins, little one should be kept strangers to anxious care,, reflective!
,W.s Painful. : "" Three Men Killed. Taken from Tree Trunk. Board Steamer' President Grant.' thoughts and subjective moods, Their lives should be kept light, bright, buoyant ,J

which usually be depended The latest new* regarding Mr Taft's full of sunshine. Joy and gladness. They should be encouraged "
'New :York, can Three men were killed: and six James Tracer,** truck farmer neaWest cheerful,
something new is that he and to play and to romp to their heart' content, .The serious,side.ot
laugh
;upon to provide freight car wrecked, as the result of Journey through Germany to
End,' four miles below Mobile{ too quickly:,do what we may to prolong childhood. .
only
; ,,and sensational, treated It*' million I derailment of 'a Southern railway will neither stop Lin Berlin nor Ham life will come thing I know otis the home that I*"(Dot U\
I.a unfortunate
tree that he had most
'Ala.,,.while splitting, One of the
< felled PDt Ia
,I' : to the novelty ofu Wedlles4&t morning. ,. brought. to light an Iron ,roice of a child. ,
early h ur' travel without stop directly through with the persistent lapgbter aDd merry 4.} ,
blue Sunday the .first in trestle over containing a large number of rare DGI'mal'wbo I* distressed ory.xed by the
: thoroughly The train was crossing,a T Hamburg>> arriving] early Saturday, Norman or woman Is perfectly
;
*thi.bbtor7 of the metropolis. a creek near the station when six car Spanish" gold coins. 0101'1I1...., .HI. r.r-will: .then he,attached playing of children. Theta was something wrong In your,bringing up M It i
was down The amount"ot the find hii'uot been romping, playing and having a good ,time. FromSuccess '
closing tearing children -
.. 'The".effect: of Sunday crashed to the bottom. to the Hamburg-American line' special annoys you to see "
The hush cotton made public. The tree was ,a-very ,014 Magazine. M. 'j.
killed were '
apparent. men"
everywhere the trestle. The train t& Havre. where Mr. Tatt .
? was painful 'to ears accns.tome of Union. Their ,one and the..;pot of gold, is supposed : on : + !'i .
throughout mill ,operative will immediately embark the Prey : ',
noise and Sunday not known to have been, burled there over a, cen- ---- -----,-- :;ry -r.- : : 'HI-fIIII\; "
to week day present on thetrain was Uent,Grant for N+ York; :: r
tury'aco: wl( Minor The World of Sport.: M.:
afentroa.China
: .
.
harmonies. :H::
to, the crew. -
is said to be on J share 1.' PROSECUTE HOTEl' ,-'KEEPERS. HIDDEN RIFLES 8EIZED.Soldl.rs'on .. BIG FINE KNOCKED OUT. a revolution.' \ of being "the moat'r.markable' ':
%w :JOB PRESSMEN ON STRIKE. .TO ; I '. --" 0 President Falllere* player of the day." J.
,, "'-. -, ';>. Southern Railway Wine Ylctory In the ,Emperor of Russia next ; : j t 1 .l'\1nn. defeated! Yale '{)
Will's Tented in Goldtleld' ReportImportant
Law Outy.at ,, '
Closing *
Sunday Court. : William In a six and a halt
Emperor .
Grant
Refused to C.rollna Supreiria 1
North'
eome Atlanta Office*, .
Windy City.. Find. world is race across country by 48 point
don that peace .
tate supreme ) T
w
i Carolina! "
The ,
.
Day. North
'I Eight-Hour ,! ? :: SI. ,
t Issued at Chicago on Conaolldati'cSMine. aim. ,
In some of the; book'' and ,Job printt Warrants were -Sadler. for Captain l.. Sage ,<*f .the' court., In a decision handed down at! Admiral Sir John : I .' White' Stocking have" picked, , ': ,

r t fag.skops In",Atlanta, there wa a pro- .Monday by Municipal Judge company; 'detective patrol reported Raleigh Wednesday reversed the ,British.'.Navy ha4 1'.1''T a ,Chicago .semi-professional '7( '
{ t$ absenoe t,;.untptt, pressmen the ,keepers>f'29} ee'h tel*;:In theottychargefig .8atnrday.plght, that ,be, had Judge Lo ng of the superior court in strong a* it is now. named Most, of- .whom. great. vit.' n, ., r
trounced 'withviolation"'' 'othe' '. are expected. <
'
>'....* the'PrintiilgPreaemen antt'fP them".: seized 'one .hundred) rifle that, ha lbMa the'matter'of.i 130,000 lIne Imposed ,To copy Gettysburg .F. '
Tuesday, warrants Farrell; who 1rD. both the ::
i ; ; .
> 'i 'closing law*. The for.eflnt"'passenger"ticked proposed military park -
odecreedft Sunday hidden presumably( by union miner on''the SlIUaera J\aJlwa"oompanl .
Montreal ot
.4Asistant:: Union bavlng of Abraham Quebec .*' sad the i ,iClnb '
Crnlce '
. edineetln ,"Monday: were: !, *worn out"byDanlel' ..Lr! within. short, 'distance ,of Gold I at a'rate I..sc.srot"11" ." ,,Borden and,General Eastern teaguehas.dectded .te :
;. at"!'The a)largelyjatte* Affected/refused to grant attorne/vVhxr. promised''.prosecution Befit. :.110 '. 'I 'cent*, the'. tate;raU.' ''tbe PI1b"n1 &' ')ala,Canadian. alutloJl. 0
: *hop* rasa i ,
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In every
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f y r an: :eight-hour day.,. J

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W.,M. HARRIS, Editor cad PropT ',,'"
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a..q d.da -- by This is "The Ideal" Christmas Store
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Department is nch offerings .
Friday, December 13,1907, EVERY Gifts. Come at once and get e, '

J first choice;' my'stock of Holiday Goods must .f t

The Jail of BrowanLThe go. Consult your own interest and get my prices before '

Hon. Napoleon Bonaparte spending your money. You will save ,25 ,percent '; ,;? f/A
Urowsrd. Governor of Florida and
;
passionate bryanlac,' U one of the
sweetest. sinew that. ever waked to 4
the living lyre. Ill. Stale "
ecstasy papers are fugues. His messages MI Out Calicoes Outings llQulespunS'Pur-<< : r

,themselves to music.- lie signs bills '
to the. sound Of flutes and soft cnles and) Worsted lire' cheaper

recorder Invisible aeollan harp ..
than
sound before him a* be walk or/ ever.
daDOeS through th* street of Tallahacsee. OlECN QUALITY SHOES
Tho reverberations' ,and '

replication b the Everglade of bl.. sound, vibrate t.remble't.brou from We Have 'In our Store for t We also have the largest wt,

Mioooukee to Pelican Shoal and supply /
a full orchestra to Lemon City. the Holidays a Full a and best selected
The jetties send back a majestic anti- /
phone and every darky In the State s
pat Jubs. In the words of Bash Line of stock: ofl
Clooby, the Tom Moore of Cow" Creek:
"The alligator animate. In unrestrained - i


I' 'leep All The by nature rattlesnake glee.that and boon the mlostrelsv razoroack are charmed,: grunt to l LflDlES' SUPPLIES i lI'J' t HOES


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happily Tee-heel ,
And the palm uproots, itself to Rive,
Itself to N. U. \
Couoiistlng! of' Fascinators! ,
Lei us settle back in our beats and 1
listen. The Thanksgiving Procla- and I a lite':., stock t ofMen's Winter Quarters and Home Office, Central City Park, Macon, Oa.t ;'

,, ,jnatlon"''Our ,I harvest* the next,baa number lulfilleri: the Sweaters! uai.in coats, is i in every sense-Quality, Size and Variety GREAT SHOW,

,roseate have promise yielded of abundantly the seed time of;sheaf ourfields Shirt ttjifs, Skirts, I and Boys' Suits at: .

and fleece;our orchard have come to Trimmed Hats and COMIMG Always l't'leotIOIf.aool exhibiting 16 YEAR
glad and bountiful fruition; while many performnaces, novelties,

forest.well ,the nine Industrial and ocean resources have helped of to* other things Prices that Defy Com by wonders and features that are BETTER.
free from the humdrum of tbe ,
happy and contented people Our
cities have grown In 'size and mag Useful and Ornamental SPECIALTRAIN ordinary tented performance.' THAN
nincenoe; our harbor have been petition. Every idea being bright, new p
deepened and Improved (applause.In and EVER '
up-to-the-minute.
Jacksonville); our Institution of ._...._.._-----_......................... ................................................--.--.....-...-... .
learning have been Instance where
hope bas power for good: wise and 60 Latter Day Male and t-emal Artist i.

toil equitable-rate baa law received) have law been(its especially well enacted deserved;railroad hone reward When You Come to Town Make Our Store Your Headquarters.NNNNMNNN.NNwNNNN.a1NNNNNNN.NN 25 DIIDI..I.5110'la.d. Ponies.3O 'tOO. Finest Bred Homes Ever Ealall>l.... i'i.'


and together all thing for our seem good.to ban No _.._........ .. ...... I. _L_.....__ .... Mrst Class Has cud Orchestral. Msisiclasis. ;
conspired IS High Class Clowns cud Whit. Face Fsisinter.
pestilence ha left' Its blob upon the, .
past No war clouds mar our viso All we ask Is that you VERILY. THE LIMIT IS REACHED -
of the future. Great opportunities lie HERE; ,

all into around existence us,at and. the. .greater birth of one each spring Dew examine our goods and get' Magnificent federation of Marvelously] Trained Elephants, Ponies, ,
day." Horses, Camels, Mule.. Dogs, Monkies! Bears. Birds and Lions.
Now the cunning artist, having led Grand Conclave International Oymnic. Eque tric:.. Comedic Ac
u*to the heights plunge u* Into the. prices and we will be sat.isfled rob :...High Wire. Bicycle, Jujgling. Vaudeville and Statuary.Exposi' r
.f gulfsf tors in,acts of Sterling worth. ,
"There are and* ever have been, .
--- Instances jwbere bop ;bas proved with the result, At 11:150., m., on the Show Grounds; a'series of

Uve.elusive. Into and the promise lives of bat some been the abor.Iron FREE Free Exhibitions, all of a new c.taracter-U'ld' better *, '

of.sorrow has entered like a pitlles, !::19 : i' the entire performance of some traveling concerns, _
word thrust, and the Idol -of man .'
I Be .
Hand
"'t hearts have been shattered in spite of 1 on Early. All Free. Don'tMIRs. Them.. 'j
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.;: all that. boundless love and undying : .. Remember it Is No Troubl Ii
't..J...; devotion could enterprise. These are "
the minor chord of the music of our "' '
thanksgiving, but let u* hope that la I to Show Goods and 2 Complete Unabridged 'Performances DIlly

the. fulness and harmony of life' ,w, .:
glorious symphony of praise each will .
.Aadlta place. Even these misfortunesare Answer Questions. AT 2 AND ,8 P. M. '
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not without accompanying bless p ...
discovers to + ra Door at 1 and 7 2
Ing* Adversity us. new -- open p. in.
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friend ,and to4 out .
sorrow, brings
aid comrade whom bs i / CLAD TO SEE YOU and yo.will I. ..... ?l
true we At
lOMtUsiplmiiddBpUycJJEWELRYrBiiyil & Night All Tents and the Exibition Grounds are Brilliantly Electrically ) -

strangers hitherto .regarded,The true a'*man disinterested or woman it.....otbeiwiM
crow better under the chastisement 01grlefr'allure 1 \ wvi set potted. Tae tool ol Urn Mora co'c. r the. Show.
point the way to' *uo! / ; > loU el ceod thing*. Jprlmfmj good cbc. Christmas and a-Happy
oes, and sorrow leads M. a nobler r .
. ...' and bl bel' life." 1t\ H. C. STANFORD CO. l
.
Strong;condoling the anthem rises: New Year we are .
*
*Whatever else may be said there KISSIMMEE. FLA. ;
are none who nan'gainsay that good OSCEOLA PHARMACY ,
has outweighed evil; that there bare Yours truly, I
been more miles than tear; that U>e .
sun baa shown oftener than It. has ,
been obscured; and that conscientiouseffort f .
for good has been rewarded
oftener than. Una*been di..apointed." H. C. STANFORD CO. '
Wherefore "for all this good which ,; Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly ;a,
bas fallen to our lot., and for all the ,
inspiring promise with which thefuture ", Filled at Reasonable Prices.'
lures a* on to new conquest
aDd richer blessings I do earnestly The Originators of Low Prices in Kissimmee.THE .F
,, ,II &4). So to the turkey It makes ,no difference whose blank Doctor
your writes
falls all the eanorousnes of the dying a
swan; and so does the Hon. Nspoleonj Z his Prescription on. we can fill them correctly.
. Bonaparte Browsrd place himself, ,Z '. We are Agents. for ELBA HOME REMEDIES
whichare
{ too high for rivalry, supreme among "
-- -- BARGAINS AT CASH STORE i
the Southern. son of son!if j-New S guaranteed.
York Sun .
I Kissimmee Drug Co.

What. Calico, 5o per yd. ,Picture and Frame.- FULL LINE TOILET ARTICLES.TLORIDAfi {
.
Worth aologr is worth doing well. J.'iIiW.. White to35c.Spool.
Lawn 40 lie
; If you wish to be cured of Rheumatism in. wide, per yd.

"p use Ballard'a Snow Liniment and you : Lace, 6t'I;. wide,. worth roc, sellsCassimere Thread at. 4c.
win bs "well oured". A positive curefor WHAT WE DO TOR YOU. 1je.
sprains, Neuralgia, Bruise. Contracted Ladle*' Union Suit at IU)().
Muscle a"Jc1..n the. ills that Pants., worth 12.60, sell D 1E'
t oesb I.belr &0. A. O.. ),I. Williams. 'We carry the largest and at 11.75. Good Door' Lock with two keys. 20o. K *i s* *ttt _+JT .
Ifavasota* Texas writes: "1 have most varied toclcof our line : Mice Suit Clothe S10
wortb 914
,
Pin at
Strip Pants, worth sl.AO. sell st
' used Snow Liniment for Drained In. ,town. .
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ankle and U gave: the. best of satisfaction. 11.00.. One-gallon Coffee PotS go at 15c.New .
f't ., I always keep it in the. We carry none but the Jean Pants worth S1.75. sell at
noose..'.* 't8old by Roberson' Pbar- freshest and purest of drugs S1.2S. Dress" Goods from 15 to 25c,

macs, at all times. ; p aJ

Leave packages for .White Star Your prescriptions are filled You will find Bargains in Slices P
,Laundry with. Qvlnn Edmondson 47t by a Graduate in Pharmacy mgidi.llad pegnisita Rawer

besides five years'actual ex Every Day in, the Week.
y r-E.COIIOOJf ..J:;C11 i/AtL. perience. Irrigation

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Doesn't this mean something .-. ,--e.e.. _-- >oe. -
? -P ;tio 'Is one of the most Important subjects I In Florid .

ORLANDO PHARMACY We carry'sufficient help'to rj. ) idfugJI Ttie'cost of mating arid Undn'proOiM-e U., 1IeJ..nial11.. . 7
mm '
i to the '
I deliver pared great results ,that, Irrlgelloti plant are vlthln
=
packages within =
We earrr' full Una of Drugs, Viedieaaaa. I your the reach' of every farmer, -
I a few moments after. All Kinds of
Tobaeco Frames
put.e
Cigars Fine Soaps, Let us know-how
of and
many acre land
n..l.> .... sail Toilet chase. This is not 'idle, I r '11Inibh you hate, nd we will
Artistes boasting,but we want"your FUNERAL DIRECTOR. I I I I\ade.to\ Orde,' plaos embodying tint 1Wt'...., requirement for making lour'
Oar stock-la DeW. fresh sod. pun : lead producUe We harp the ..
.et
... and oar prices ri<
. tPseserlptloos promptly and ears can! please. j ''Prompt attention Given,to y : W. aIso..u )M'rlli Bn.lnw, Motor money Boat .
Buppllti
y f :fultr... cosoponndsd.Wbei .. ,orders'sent by mail or etc Writ for beautiful.illustrated catalog No Pipes. Fitting.. *."
In Orlando call 'on .* aad'w* .Also Nice Line of Ladfes' and I I telegraph. U 'i

'wU treat you-right, Wsstawc' Dree :Ce.KlMinunss. i Oents' Burial Robes: '-*- ., Florida,.Gat ,Engine and \
;= Mail,or an cf Ivea,ariala.tMDUoa. "i "' Residence 'WestSide of. Supply Co. :\.
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: i ELLHAIks MGw: ,. Flat. : PHONE'78._. Court House Squats.l..1kilufrk.faksfaki. TAMPA. FLORIDA .
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Our line the larg- Furniture lost; Complete t Line of Christmas ;kilm;;

,..:'' bat best and prettiest _


\ ever In Kisslmmee and Ever
:..., w Displayed in Kissimmee.

are MARKED LOW7 Rockers of all kinds,


'' Book, Cases Side Boards, We have a beautiful assortment of
":''r Fatxsv Silver Pieces, Vases, Cup and
China Closets. Dining I ' \ Sauoers, Cake Plates, Derr" and Water
8 U, Salad Dishes, Etc. Dont fall 'to

'; t y i,. Chairs, Oak Suites. Iron, r f' set them .


a. Beds ,.and.Bed Springs. +; ,,FOR THE CHILDREN.

"' We have a complete line of Doll. Doll
t We Carry Full. I Line C..rrlalf8"Rocklnlt Horses, Drum; I

= Balls, Air Guns Express Wagons.. ULa
'"" LINE OF lS rodt10CENT t'
.... TOYS
tt A Spentlld Line of Rugs and Matting at MostReasonable

Everything must be sold Regardless

V Prices. of Cost, Nothing to be carried over. 4 4y







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Kl&slmmec ValleuGatette Price Davenport at 8. I), O, Hardware I Wade..the Tuner. Orlando If yoii are hungry go to Gilbert'squick ,!i A Sad Death. f
tr.. I Co."Ring : lunch restaurant or call up 84
____....: ._' .w -"T .. qoU.1 Doll1.! Dolls!!) at Dann's. and nave your order sent up. 47-tf. Mr. Maggie Clifton; wife, of Roi, Cityjtokery.EVERYTHING ,
t I. : up City Bakery phone 05, for Clifton, died wuddenly at the tamil, .
..
TII.KPHOWB 11.
NO. Fluffy flume back combs and beltsat
Misses Mabel and Elizabeth'
Christmas candies. Parker
. hone in North Klsslmmeo last Tuesday i
;I Notice our display of hats, come Kat!:'.. returned home Monday from. week's night of on.uJ.lon.lPpoled to ,- .

I':' PUBLISHED ( FRIDAY early and feet a good choice. You will always find fresh candy at visit land.to their brother George. at; Lake have been brought on by a spell of
, KATZ'R. Gilbert 47-tf. fever from which she "''lIconvale clnQ'.1 .
I n -BY- The death of Mrs. Clifton'Is a
\ W._ SOFFICIAL Hwrvale.! Mr. D.U Wagner, who has for Fine line of wat.cbe'.at the Klsslm- Florsheim's Patent Oxfords are peculiarly one In view of the fact GOOD TO.EATBread
__ some time been connected with the mee Drug Co. the correct thing as to style comfort, that. she was only I 19 years old andleaves
C. L.. Train Despatcher's fflce at etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. -- -
A. ---
New Idea Patterns, 10 cents, at H. ,. a little daughter about one
r :- WATMER POT.A.rsNtwnp.tM.r.raw..4..dtniTh.r. Sanford has reoently been promotedto C. Stanford Co. only.We year old. ..
r I', .> the position of Chief Despatcher.Mr. Invite the Xmas tree committeeto The funeral services were held at. Cake Pie, J
Wagner is a eon-in-law of fellow- An elegant line of silks for waists
j and
, ; ,IpUa..mbirlzlat. call and inspect our goods before the residence on Saturday were "
Raisin'
, fI' '.- citizen Col. H. 8. T<>dd. and.suits at Kate's. puylng elsewhere. CASH BARGAIN conducted by Rev. W A. Myers,.,of Candies_
.
'iP'' lias. i Mia: i Rei.falL. For money to build a home or nay Evaporated Peaches and Prunes STOKE. the Methodist church. lived Nuts Cracker' Fruit]
In
, ,r-; off amortgagvsee Home Builders Con atC. w.GRIFFIN'S.See The deceased lady bad
' ''-'. -. - I tract. J. M. WILLSON JR. Nearly an Inch of rain fell here last Kissimmee leas J than a year; having Canned Good Pickle. .
C ...r.. Embroideries and Insertions atH. Monday night, which will be, of untold moved here from Alabama with her .,.
, ra." \ Ftida1l"'o v4r.. ,lfin... nso!I 40M Mr. Louts Murphy and family! of C. Stanford Co. benefit to the orange groves and husband and baby last March. Pickled Tripe .. .
I .' 8.....;ro".......... 71 61 Omaha, Ill., arrived Sunday; to snend truck farms. The sympathies the entire town '
PPP r'; : M.MU7w.,.,... 72n M the winter and are comfortably domiciled Fresh stock garden and flower seed ... and community go out to theyounghusband Heinz Pickles in Bulk,
\i ... .........i'. 61 at the Kisslmmee Drup Co. Have '
t f .. .. 44I In their cottage In, West KI. Wade put your piano "ship in his bereavement. 'Pickled Pig*' Feet
\ 'w.d.wdq 110........ .... : ssM M/ slmmee. Mr. Murphy, It will be remembered Seventy-five rolls fancy matting. shape" for Christmas. Old Santa .' ;

1'\, t N purchased one of tbe cost, 'B. C. Of HARDWARE Co. dodges discord Sterling silver.tea spoonsat' Dann's.Early Pickled Tongue .
k Bender while here last
I ,..--.- cottages.. Prof. C. E. Wade has been makinghis '
-
- I Cold Pickled
{wP wPllM,11 -- winter. Christmas: Candles, Hot and Beefr
llM,11 t' Drinks, .Holiday Post Cards at Mre.Tree. regular rounds*tuning .piano.bere.tbl. . to Be4L
Fruit Cake from' the 'Salt
: .
Order
Mackerel
your ..' week. ,
City Bakery.: 2*cents u pound. r" ,' *. and early} to rise, makes one healthy : ,
K. A. MEMEYEB.' Mr. P. Newman's new shingle mill ,-Quin Edmonton will call_ .for your happy and wise-especially If you take : Oil Sausage.
I THE: LOCAL HELD. aUDdr,.' the for Heroine before retiring .A positive. r '
on the Midland railroad started up Please have change
i of and '
There will be meeting pastors .
: BUTTED OM ICE.
this week. him on delivery of the tame, tf. cure for Constipation Dysnepsla; and IOCS __
Association at the "
Weklva
workers of .all liver complaints. Mrs. 8-, Coelumbia
';::', .. 1 Baptist church next Monday night at Quinn Edmondson wlircall and et.IUr' . Mr t"August Schmidt arrived Sun ; Tenn writes:. "t always
7:00 o'clock to the Interest of 'Columbia packages for the White Star! day. from St. Paul. Neb., and will keep a'' supply of your Herbine on Come And*See Us at OMPestetlice. .' !
colle e. ne,., B. P. Robertson Laundry. 47-tf aq band Am so pleased with the reliefIt

yM1? .soUd cold stick pin at Dana's who represents tbe 'educaUonaJcomlDllllon Guilty-We plead guilty td having' I Kissimmee.and Mr. and gives in constipation and all liverBom -.Y" ., ,
all
will be present, are
Christmas roods at Caah Store. Invited attend this meeting. the most complete holiday line In Mr. Guattlng, of Omaha, 111., are plaints, that j I words cant expressmy 4
to at Dann's here for the winter and are occupy appreoslllon, jQlcl by Rober-
.: t oversell Midget watches! '12.00 .at"Katt's. 'Silk parasols with Sterling Silver Town : 1 Ing one of C. HH. Fountain's new oot- ion's Pharmacy.: .- WE ARE AGENTS. .. ,OR-->'
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Mr. J, F. Matchett, of St. Catherine {z.
.
bsndlef It Is Just the thing.Mr. ;
Boys tageelnWeatKissimmee. >
: , I' '
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Fla. is night at the
,'I'l .. ' ytto \ now operator. Woodmen Beet Officers.. International Harvester 'Co J
'. F.. Dwellings;'for rent 'app M. W. L. VanDuzor, the progressive passenger: depot. All colors narrow velvet Ribbon at \ _

.. real estate man has been doing Fine line of Candles, Fancy and H. C. Stanford Co. At a regular meeting of Osoeola Gasoline Engines.The
Tiller.
.: some rood Missionary work for for the Camp No. 7 W. O. W., held last Tuesday .
t' Oysters in all styles at Gilbert'*. Kisslmmee by advertising our resources Plain prdered especially Mr..James Downing and family, of evening the follo.loKOmOf'I'Ireelected
.GRIFFIN'S.'Tr"
'it 47tf.Orders His Holiday! trade st C W. Omaha, HI, have recently! arrived to We '
Phone 84. In northern papers. to serve for the ensuelng term:. Best on the ifcarket
,
: tailor made cult, at the efforts we are to note are 1 the new barber shop. everything spend the winter in Kisslmmee, and A. E. Doneoran-U. C., B. C. Miller.A. .
for, meeting with. liberal response, .and I new and up-to-date. Sharp razors has rented one of the Thurman cot ., L., Chas W..Dann. -Clerk and will make you close orlces on En- t,
> Cash Store. he is now receiving inquiries Concerning clean towels', first-class ..er.lce.Pbone tsges near the High School Banker. J. H. ;..Wood.Il-E, T. "O.. gipes and Pumps in: running prderon
Stereacop41'Iew.. at the Cask Store, this section every day, You can get all tbe Ingredients for Duke-W? C., |O. Newlon-S.. B.

I' two. cents each.: Lady ha.,111.1! Dorthy Dodd) Shoes. your wants we do the r vour Xmas Fruit Cake at 'my .store.I C. Miller A. E, Donegan and J. R, your farm.

:Wade 'Is conceded to be the best, fit most people at Dann'... sing KIKRIMMEB"' DRUG run-'j have a full lineof Raisins, Currants, Gllbert.-Ma"afrer.. M., Jr HtclcsPhysician. -

i'II .tuner In the State. Councilman Lewis Whidden, chairman For first-class work, patronize the Nuts, etc. C W. GRIFFIN. After the'election the 'members 'adjourned W.: L. Van ,Duzor &: ,Go.

.*' Queen Quality Shoes, all styles, tt' of the street committee is to be White tar Laundry. Quinn Edmond ) 10 Gilberts restaurant, where .
to' .
is called the big. advertisement
Co.Plenty excellent in Attention previous arrangements had been made ...... ..
Stanford for the
H.,. C. commended manner son will call. for and deliver vour of the H. C. Stanford Co. --
: Works for all, at the which be Is having the rock pavlnir: packages. 47-tf has for a banquet, and the speculative F'orII..
This Company an
Fire Broadway repaired. The' rock In this issue. Woodmen demonstrated the fact. that
,1' Cash,Bargain Store. on had worn Into holes all along the New barber shop at Patrick's old excellent line of holiday goods mad they have,appetites equal. to the, operative . Small house and two, lots near saw A
T.-' Go to the Cash Bargain Store to street during tbe dry weather, which stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist invites the public to can and see choppers.!! mill. 250.00 J. M. WILL5ON'JR.. ,,

.r Ret your Xmas gtfta. made It difficult and dlnaarreeable< for conversant with all the latest fads Inbarberln them.
,box of Lowneya the passage of vehicles of all kind.. tf Headers of the Saturday i Evening:
.For a handsome Tress. | Chairman Whidden U haying this Coburn's Minstrel show was tbeattract.lon Post.and Ladies' Home Journal can KwN' """" e a wsK < '
,candy, go to Mrs, remedied in a most. thorough manner house renew their subscriptions with NelsonA. < I '
the onVedlle.dal '
"' For beautiful Holiday Souvenir' by lures cleaning out all the loose dirt \ at night, and opera played to a Russell, authorized! agent for Curtis Stables. ;:
.. 4 cards. go to Mrs. Tress. from the boles and then filling la fairly good audience. .- Publishing Co., and save their Sunny South < '
post
-: 'which 48tf
collars with marl from the lakeahore postage 1.60a_ year. .. [
.. Just think: of Itl Real Japanese appears to be splendid road material Rev. Father Fox, of Orlando, will and ; i'i '
-from 25c to COo at Dann's.See keel Mr. Wbldden has not only hold Mass in the chapel at the residence We are overstocked on Dolls i >
actual Cost... >
"" -C. those Matchless American' been seeing that tbe work was thoroughly i of Mrs. Tress next Sundaymorning I.I are selllrnr. them at PHARMACY \ L. H, INQRAM, Proprietor. .,1 i, >>
t; BeautvJCorsets sf H. O, Stanford. Co. done, but has taken ashovel at.6:30. OSCBOEA: <> r
Its N.-.r NM.MM..1.1. .MN. .
; assisted la
and
aZ Edward Swab has been spend himself Dolls, In endless variety dressed Sheriff 1.,1, Walker, having at + .' '
Mr. a guest at. the preformance.Santa and undressed, kid-body and china last received requisition' papers for .BROADWAYra .
week In town i
In* the.' Claus wants you to hang upI now going at cost at Osceola Phar John Hughes, iefl Wednesday for .H LIVERY SALE) and BOARDING
, Inn., I Cadet stockings, get them at Dann's. mac Large stock to select from, Panama to bring back him prisoner, *
I i
.
...ndVm
.. Bandv ( M ,ea
.
the authorities
has been held bv
'I who
;- rifted In Orlando taut Mon N. C... Nettles, .who, up to a'' few Send your collars, cuffs and shirtsto for the oust several I
Gilbert of that country .
held the position of night the White Star Laundry. Quinn
'?:.,h' "d.,.. s* days operator' ago,at the passenger depot, was Edmondson will call for jour packages : weeks. Sheriff Walker will went take viaNew Well equlpped'wit1 New Stock 'an d Vehicles and
for York whence he a! ipreparetl
Found-A lot of nice things arrested and placed in jail by Sheriff If you will notify him. 47-tf '
with "Perfect
':r' presents at. information. steamer direct to Panama. He expects 5 to meet all demands, Satis- '
or ICbrisunss Monday on an '
wedding Walker on '
P: A new Use of Ladles Neck Flxlns"at to be gone about three weeks. -
,
''TlAtka... filed by County Attorney J. I* Moon K aU'.. % faction..
)tJ. \ tie entertainment by the' charging him with the theft of one Go to. the Osceola Pharmacy and' F'
: .' Don't miss at the Auditorium t dollar and a silver watch. fob the Preaching at the Chrlitlao churchby get a Doll for the little one. They are : '

1t.- class"eD1Da.in expression., I property of Miss Fannie Templeton.At the new p..tor.L.Re.. J. 'P. Lewis, selling all kinds at actual cost. HEAVY"HAULING A SPECIALTY. . .
HjlS of the prisoner'al ' . ,
: the request next Sunday.' The public Is cordially urged
of 1847 ; The ladles of Kisslmmee are
pleasen-Wlfe gave set there special term of the county, court was .invited to turn; out and hear to meet at "The Inn" Saturday aftersnoon :) Ji ""' """ :;
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RogerpBros. and forks tried '
he
knives when was ;
Tuesday
: held on
at 2:30 with a view to oraan- -- c
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Dann' made out -- -
are some more at soda clear case was him.For a. Woman's Auxiliary to the -- ............ '
In his statement to tbe Sale or Rent.-Six room cot hung aDa aaaDaa ....
'Me. : I against him. C.A. work and for the purepose )D ca aacaaDaaa
M.
Y,
artJA tage. Apply to Mrs. C. V. 13earden.Mrs.
he .
was ao
::1 that
stated ...
ffA& Nettles of '' h.ldrrvnR.Pr
court. of discussing means and J. A. CBANFOW
'Ta1l1. business." epileptic and that he was drinking at Edgar Oliver, nee' Miss. Helen setting on foot 'a Young ways '. f' a. A. Q.U8ON........ ". ytwrr.dd..1.I eo. ewtserr:1
,,..: week: on. I the time the theft oocured,...but stoutly Carson, arrived Monday night from Christian Association for Kisstm-I .
';. "santa Clauslhas toll LJ"hlfi mantained his innocence..The "court her borne In Savannah on a visit to mee. All ladies young and old are .: .
,. 'quarter. at Dennis store. however was satisfied of his guilt,I beyond her parents. .Mr.. and .Mrs., .N.-- ,B. j includedln this 'earnest call for amass
.sdv.1o thin Issue."; a .. and sentenced Carson. -* at the Inn parJon.e.'W'A .
: \ ; him pates BneMof 110 ...ndco.t. meeting KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO .,
Q ,Quits a number o'l northern visitors winter, or serve to ,30 days in 'the',county rived:lot window curtains J Just ''ar. :Myers left Wednesday ,
l'j, are already arriving for the demand. The fine was paid and theprl.one. at S. C..Oj Hardware Co.. for Tampa to attend the AnnualMeeting j/'"
Jail.
w'a:. 4 furnlined-rooms.. are In ..,released Tuesday afternoon.By 'n... J.P.: Lewis of Rookvllle, Md., of the Florida M. E. Conference w-
held in that
which being
matressestoert is
Special nrlces on felt Rev. W. A. has accepted a call to' the pastorateof
special request Is
this week. Mr. Myers very
"y cltjr
ten day* Methodist church the Christian church this ,place, :Dressed
S.C.G.H.U\.DWA1UICO.: Myers, pastor of the popular here; both as a minister and Rough and
Immersed; ". three candidates for admission I and will be here to' preach: .'his Inltal. ,as.a man and the membership of. his :
'. .K Mr. and Mrs. B..rrl' W. 'Thurmaa to church membership in the sermon Sunday. church as ",,11... our entire citizenship -. '

.'." *.*.left Wednesday for Phll..d.lphi. lake at the city ,dock last Sunday New line of W. B. & n. O. Corsets.. are a unit in bopingthat he will' j
..nd
; Mr. Thurman goes on buaiD81' afternoon. ,Those baptized were Mrs. all sites up to 30, at Kau's.. be returned t.o" this charge.' On account ' Pine .Lumber. .
,ezneots to return In about. tendaye R. L. Roberts Miss Minnie Tipplns of bis absence there will I be MO '
.rl";, or >woweeks, while Mrs. Thurman- add Mr. W. W.' membership: were 'Mr.' W. H. Whltted.. medal representative :preaching: at the Methodist. church '
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.' ,The entertainment t.o' be &t vea .V church at.the evening,witnessed service.by a largecopgr.gation Music House with, spent friend Saturday, Rev ', 'HO'U. J' :l
was sod-ofJllllcla here his I .. '
.+ a* the1 Sigh' ,far....,rA AII SPECIALTY.: ,
>! the elsie lu expression all the BILLS, :
who occupied W.A. Myers. .. v.'
School Audltorem tonight will.be of dock and boats .. ,. _. ; ,
full avilable space on lobe of' Whits.. Shirt '. ,horse sndDrought wagon.. 'Apply to Mr.j '
order and have a A beautiful: line ?. I' ,' .. 'DC tee .
a high surrounding it, from.which the: cere-, '- ,"' '"v :' "
ap. <," bouse.; An admission of ten cents I be seen.' I Ir .Waists at H. C. 8tanford.Co.. : ," ,-. ... '; :
. will bechanced >o:'' defray upeneee.w .many could 'f "


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,'i roB'nOIlTlNG STRENGTH to 'tJ1at-lular Is a vpl' "'f
l, Have Used Pe-ru-na.at Various Cruise OF/ TUB f0ATTLb1SKIPti uableagredlent prove In mortar land 0 Io.'

Times for Several'Years." FLEET. binding qualKtlcs. ': ,
strong :
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Ships. 'Gnns.' aDd Men Equal!: J quantities
of very common kind
Connecticut "- '< 24 881 lime a "
Kansas 2 4 8GO were mixed with an equal quantity of

I Louisiana- .- 24 881 good brown sugar with the addition;; -."
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iAo Vermont It 881 cement
n of water and the result was a .." ..
Virginia ; 'It 8t:11: of exceptional strength. This ites. ,: '\
Georgia It' 812
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v. h .R, i'4 Ne w Jersey.. ,, oS4 812 been tried at Peterborough Cathedral :...1. ..
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ar.JI Rhode Island*f.; 2'4 812 two large pieces of stone of the broken

.c....'>;',_., --' Alabama 'I!# .' 18 '713 tracery' of a window having been

.: ... Illinois > ..'.. U 690 Joined firmly! together by sugared mor '
't'G"; ; ,, Kearsaso :' Ii 12 690 tar.' The severest ttat "is joining ,

.; : ' Ohio Kentucky ,'w4'!r. .:u'IO tlSG 800, glass, which gives' no bold to mortar rrf:

I ;,,. Maine ,20" 813 without the use of panda; yet this
.. ... Minnesota 14 881 has'. been\ successfully done. The fact i,

Missouri ; 20 178 appears to be certain that l sugar produces ?
-' an extraordinary effect on lime

360 12.7,93{ when the latter has been allowed to

fall Into a line powder and has been

.' .' thoroughly slacked. Particles of un,

I I WAriSHIPS, PLAYING THEIR SEARCH-LIGHTS. I ship Nebraska, but recently commis slacked. lime would destroy: the result

_. ,-'-- -' -- .--- sioned.. In addition to these are the because of their 'extension: ;
The December for the that ablUtj four protected cruisers of,the. Denver which would make tbe mortar llfa-i; '
day set armypoaseaaing'slso'the;: will be at sea on Chr stmas. New class 'the cruisers Albany
;
Chicago.
starting of -"Practice Cruise to to farther In The mortkr thus made will be
go any given length of Year's and 'Washington's' birthday: and the gunboat Yorktown. The sugar
the Pa lllc" will doubtless go downIn time and be self-supporting for a and special dinners Sot 'those. occasions found to be as good as" Portland cer
h history. one of the red letter greater length of time and possessing have already been arranged as ment and the only question,, therefore . ''

days of the American Navy, for the In her armor a protection may Is shown by: the large- number' of . a t .a h Is one of cost It IB even-prob
departure of the Atlantic fleet from 'be said to double. -her offensive turkeys plum 'puddings, pumpkin a ..ble'thlt" Portland cement Itself
Hampton Roads on Us 13,000-mllo .trength.- pies, nuts, dried fruits and other deli
.. journey Inaugurates the most momentous : The author of this"paper does not cacies named In the lists of foods re- would be made much 'stronger by J.bo
: undertaking of Us kind that mean to Imply that a battle-ship quired. 'The Navy 'Department realizes addition of sugar,1 Treacle -.mI'bC'h.n' '

the world- has ever seen. Perhapsthe 'could do on land what 100.000 Infantry how long and at -times, how 1 the same effect-Detroit Newt.
M L OWMI N. *TT. nearest approach to It was Ro- could do. but that on Its ele- monotonous the voyage is gdlng to Tribune. '

jestvensky's 111 -atarred journey i ment; the se.., the argument Is thata be, and It was determined that so far
I Recommend Fe-ru-na around the Cape of Good Hope but In battle-ship Is a more powerful thing as the food was concerned the men Matter.
strength and numbers his fleet can than an army of 100,000 Infantry-Is would More Reading
MA.\ El\VAUl:: U. BUItlT., 8 N. Jef- In no-way be compared to the mighty on Its'element, the land And that grumble.not have any excuse. to "Martha Smith, the village postmistress t
"on Ave., Su Ixniu, Mo., write: '
"
I "It afford mo much plmnire to an. armament which nea'r.Admlral furthermore 100,000 men cannot The officers of the fleet must lay y1 ,. Is In a Jlne humor confided
_ounce that 1 hare >u 'd your nioliclnt atTarioili Evans flagship, the Connecticut. Is march 240. miles a .day, whereas a In their own supply of provisions at r the rural mall carrier.
time for .ererel l yean and that it to lead through .the winding channelson battle-ship can go 240 miles a day their own expense. They may choose "Going to get a raise In ssJaryT"asksd
,.... given entire .."-factIon, not only in their way aroundto'- Pac Inc. with ease. mrti sk f '4 VIAW str I at* esvl*ti A*.+ Wk&f...n.*.
Boy on fmnilr. but also that of, other of of the Magellan to- the -provisions i v the city boarder. r
which the
'mjr inpnui.. Ann would cneenuiiy,, recommend Strait. Bureauof et "Nope! That wouldn't please her .

ndorae the your u... medicine.of Peruna.] a* I certainly do Although the transfer ;. ;) :l fiB:' .. : JI :: enlisted Supplies men.and All Accounts of the makes food provided for- : half as much as1 the new postalkyarda.
of the fleet from "
\ '' . will be kept fresh by of .
Catarrh of Bead Hose Throat. ; : means
ocean to ocean has . '. ... :,<, > Alt Charles : : .
Uvy.. $0 Allen St., New been discussed as no ;V" ., ., \ .i\\t'\\\:
aboard
\ ship. At the
fork, N. Y., write: movement of a fleet .' > .., . ..,; ...,..... A\..'ri.. \\' F ; ports new sup "Yeou bet Since. people are allowed
"I am Terr Ilad! to tell you of the sure has ever been discussed .... ', ..'..", ,\" . A.\ '" .<"",\\l,... orders plies can of lie the taken aboard but the ''to write.:on both sides of then
wrought Pcruna Navy Department
by
".My son, aced seven in my, who family.bad catarrhof before. It is \ ''. .., "" ,",, "" ...'.\." ".' ,' that the ships be provided without are Martha has bad twice as much to t :,

the note was cured by two bottle of1'eruna probable that few yet .>, \ ld "r '''''1. : $'i't.. reference to any stops they may make rea4 every mall."-. cagoJNewa.! ,.
and 1 bad catarrh of the had realize just all It '..... \ I' \"' \'."\.';J' \\ \ The projected cruise bas already ,
noae, throat and ear*. On. bottle of means. Tho statement < '... 4. :'tf' { >> Involved the purchase of nearly a .,. :
J'eruna cured Ui "M'1 ". 4' THEIR PITFALL.
me. that It Is equiva- M.'C ',.. ."'. ..;: quarter of million tons of coat and . "
rc-rn-na TabletsSome lent ; > Father (.t.rnI1)-Bo you've fale! F
people prefer to the transfer \i. the charter of .
fleet of
collierswhich.
tablet, rather than medicine in a fluid from the Atlantic to ,.ti, ., ,.. (..'!' It.1 Is numerically a greater than again In your examination t 'How do A,
form. Such people .can obtain I'eruna r ..t- '
the Parlfic.seaboard .:. Map Showing Magdalena Bay, ISonBecause
the you explain that
battle-ship fleet
Tablets, which represent the solid medic Itself The mil-
inal of a highly disciplinedarmy i !f ',.(.' Ions of The Coaling Station' Leased by Mexico -
ingredient of 1'enina. '; : ; dollars which the coal and they went and askedme
of nearly 2. the colliers coat can only be approximated to the United,. States. just the same questions as before.
flak Tour Drugylft For Free PleruuaAi.aafadb 000.000 men may ,, \ but they are many.
't1;; Translated for Tales from Famlll
JF&r 100$. teem extravagant;: / The cruise Itself bids fair 'to be combined fleets will therefore have
man'-a but. in a sense, it Ie ,'m"' :"'.. one of absorbing .Interest. not only the following'' strength: Journal. '
Many a hu .
training '
kept him from making good. recent no less essay true.read In before a- .. .\., to which thla will('Ountry follow aBd Its to the nations Battle-sbips , ... ... . ,'. . 1' !TTA,St.VitnaThneeIterTOmDLe.euepeV. /

the Naval Insti i.t \. makes Its down movements the as It Armored cruisers . . . . . 8 man.ntlyoaredbyDr.Kline'.Greet Nerve ....'\ .
tute, Captain Bradley of way great dip Protected cruisers . ... .. . 8Gunboat. H torer. (31 trial bottle and treatise tree 0., ,
Taylor Cherokee Remedy of Street A. Flake drew an > Line sea bill which sweeps from the . . . . . . . . ... .. 1 Ur. U. & Pine. Ld.,881 S.PbUa.. .... .
Gum and Mollen I. Matar. gnat r*>m*> analogy between bat 1.i' to the Horn and up the latitudes destroyers . .. . .,. . . . . 8 .. '
'dy-cures Congbs, Colds.' Croup and Consamptlon. tle-ships *! .e to the Line again but It promises CYNICAL. .. "
sad all throat and lung trouble*. and armies to be eminently spectacular to H Miss Pa.leII..,.. had '. i"
and In which V Total . . ." .. . . . manychances
the .
.v.
At druggists XSo.. 600. and ALtO per bottl all of those whose fortunes will be "'
author asserted that .. jo marry, 'Only a short Um. "
cast with the Armada.hat This Immense far '
armament -by
.
a battle-ship la a .. aco a man told me of-his love.Miss .

Awarded 1222 for'Cat's Board BUI. ranch more powerful ."-' ,. 1 Pert-Did h* alsoUll,yoti
As payment for a cat's board bill I thing than an army 1'Y. the name of the laJyT Translated for .

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Meyers was today of 100,000" men. "On Tales from ,Meggendorfer Blaster i;
l
and
allowed $223 In the Municipal Civil this author I .

Court Den, an Angora eat accordIng said 100.000, "an Infantry army carrles of'- 'I Catarrh Cannot Be Cored tY
to testimony Is fastidious
,
very 100.000 rides if I With LOCAL APPUCATioas.se they ceases
,and has an appetite only for cream, those 100.000 rifles reach the et of tbe di..a.*. Catarrh* a

tenderloin steak and salmon. )fr.. Were all fired simul I ,-. I blood or eonRational di .a.;and. order'to .
Meyers testified that the eat wu taneously, the com eur it you must lake internal remedies, t
REAR liall'i Catarrh Care, u takes serf.rU .
ADMIRAL iaUrMliy.
billed EVANS.
brought to her by Martha W. Merrill. energy 'of tho '
directly oe the blood and vueoiu sui* t
Commanding
bullets the
of Leb .nonN. H., In April.,1906. She . at the muzzle Battle-ship Fleet .face. lUII'i Catarrh lure M not a'truck '
was to care for the cat at. $Z a week. more WOUld be equal to only seven per cent Not including the six: destroyers I mfdicine. Jl Wss prrscnbcd. by me el Ike "
than the energy of two twel which I bcvt in this country'.lor
re- are to I.physician. "
the fleet
It was net stipulated according to iMrs. guns In one battleship.And If and leaving accompany and . procnption. It i8_? "
...Meyers, what Ben was to eat. the total energy: of thoso 100.000 and out of count the supply, of this bait tonics known.combined r
repair ships which form
The eat sulked unless he had cream men' could be concentrated, It of this vast armada, the total a battleship part- nnootu ban blood mrfaecs.purifiers' To. *8C&tnC perfect directly cotnbinatioa on the !'
three times a'dsy: ; tenderloin twice would not be more than 26.000 :
tonnage which la to male: the of the two tagndtenU M what produce
with a side order ofsalmon.. On horse-power about fifty per cent I voyage from ocean to ocean is 228,,, such wonderful results la curing fstanb.
such dtit Ben worried along In life more than the horse-power of the I 836 toas.:! There are about 13,000 Send for ...timonial.. fr .. '

r until. 1907.when tU: board bill for Maine.weigh about The 7200 100,000 tons men about would men attached to the fleet and its .L.IA II .1."ItKKKI'tw dru..uta.6.. CO.......1'ronL...... .A.;..ToI.s.,U. ..:..!...

154 weeb' ".. $308.,, the. weight'of one large ,battle-ship.half than auxiliaries 6,000,000, and pounds It' will require of provisions more Take.J1a i.Va ouly i Pills.. lor eooetipsUoa; ::qr't, :

Mrs.Meyers" sent urgent demands But as Captain Fiske adds, the to supply their needs throughout the TUB BATTLE-NIIIP MISSOURI. '

for Ben's owner, Mrs.. Merrill who fire of 100.000 men cannot be concentrated three or four months which will be TWO BUST.,

finally came from New Hampshireand ,, neither C.D'their energy required for the long! voyage. These I T would, perhaps, be "worth ten the greatest ever* assembled by any Gardener: "Why. :yer'not gon' to "

made a part settlement of $154. I :years"of peaceful" life one a-lance'at: I nation will be under the command get rid of them fine bees err?": .O
Ben Is IUI' running up. his board array as; under the eyes of the of Rear-Admiral Evans. The Incongruity :
New '
'!)I1L Mrs. Meyers testified today that .. ., t'.., ; ..''.- "" resident'It moves out from Hamp- ot having so vast a force under Tenant: "Fine bees be damedt --', >J
she had made repeated vain ,,' .. ,.. : '' '': ., ton Roads-sixteen: superb battleships the command of an oMcer with no Do you'think I'm going to keep ;s'
attempts'to y \
> with their attendant cortege higher rank than that oFRear-Admf- 'em about the place, eating' their ..
j
locate , ;,
a: Mrs. Merrill.-Boston Dlo- ;:: :'j: , of supply, ho.plL.l.aod repair ships. ral Is recognized most everywhere beads off?" . "
Latch to the New York Herald. :' ,' ) The first stop will be at Trinidad, except In Congrehs. The creation .
:, ,- . where the fleet will renew Its coal of the rank of Vice-Admiral and the ",
supply from the fleet of oollle"'lwhlCb bestowing of It "Fighting Only Oa "Bromo Qalalae' '/',
upon
ON THE OUTSKIRTS. will be awaiting Its arrival Bob" would of course, not Increase That is Laxative Thom (Jolnln* 'L ot':1\:,
Traveller: "The 8:15: train U very there.. Then It will proceed to Rio the competence of that distinguished for. tii*slfiuUar of K. W. Drove. U-SLbe" '.r
late World QT. to Core a Cold in Oa*Day, Me. i'
'again this
morning, porter. where another supply of coal will be ottlcer; but the rank would be a more J
Porter: "It U a bit behind, air taken on board from another fleet of fitting one for the commander-In- Gray matter Is all right toils place tip/\. 'r.

:but we're expectln It every hour waiting colliers; and- then begins the chief of this mighty fleet. --114. so Is the long green. .. r ; ;;
now." long run to Pucta Arenas-one of Upon the Junction"of the fleets .

the most dreary regions In the world In :Magdalena Bay' the present program Era vnnslowsSoothing toe Children t'.. ....
lh" Jumplng-off place 'Sinister as the . -vUon
contemplates a series' of extensive leethingsottensth.gamardnoeslaaamm .' Jf "
Ostrich feathers can be taken every Pit Itself. Coaling again from col- I maneuvres between the com ,allays t. areawiDd ooUc. ac.bottl. '\Jjsv.Olre as
ninth month. The plumes are not, as lien the fleet will resume Its way, r bined forces and target practice including '
some suppose pulled; but are cut witha \, y taking passage through the Strait ot I the firing of the guns when a small boy a pin and soon ,/,. ,
sharp knife. The stumps wither Magellan. It Is expected to arriveat the ships are In a rough sea, and both will be on mischief bent II ..'* ,
Callao, Its next stopping -place, on record practice' when they are in 1 w' I
and fall out. February 18, and at Magdalena Bay smooth water. The vast armamentwill Itch cured In 90 miau\..,,I>>y'>A\'oolford' Jjlo ,.
on April 6. Here It will effect a be divided Into two fleets and Sanitary Lotion. Never UiU. At drugguU. 'r ff-f.

BOTH GAINED unction with the vessels'of the Pa- the fleets sub-divided Into squad.tons & :,
cific fleet This Is expected to and
Man comprise divisions.
and Wife Fatten
on Grape-No NAVAL BASE AT MAGDALENA the.six new and powerful.. This story "of the projected cruiseof A Bargain.' JJF.\\ ...
.- BAT, OBJECTIVE POINT OP CRUISE mored cruisers ot the South Dakotae1us the fleet may well leave it In r.:. .

The notion that meat is necessary :.the Tennessee and Washington. Magdalena Bay for DC-'prophet may Mr. Mason tubbed the edges of the '',/,,:..
for'real'strength and the foundationof nor their weight.; So It would seem supplies include 1,200,000 pounds of a inter ana even more powerful tell where It will go from there Some sunshade with discriminating Bagers ..: '

solid flesh Is now Dot longer as that the battle-ship Js a machine of a flour, 1000.000 pounds fresh beef 'I type; the,tbrQl big protected cruiser official utterances have laid Its while his wife listened to the;sales-- '., + ".
yrevalent as.formerly.Excesslre higher order possessing In her gunfire (frozen),' 800.000 pounds potatoes St. Louis, Milwaukee and Chicago course north to San Francisco; whereas woman's enumeration of Its' good '' '\
meat eaters.are. usually a greater amount of concen- 300,000 pounds smoked tarn 1,000- : the battle-ship Oregon, that some) others unofficial have plot '\; ,.
.sluggish of trabla .energy In her engines an 000 pounds of vegetables, the list Including Famous old dog of Santiago; the battleship . ted Its track to the Philippines .and ,point. -'.. ...,"
a the
part time because
tfiey ,energy more than half u great as turnips, cabbages carrots Wisconsin which Is- of the thence around the world via the Sues "This Is ten, dollars Isn't ur heasktd. ,,;
: are'not abe to folly dtgestrtbelrfood.and that of all the men?and horses tot i onions and asparagus, 200.000 I Alabama class and the new battle- Canal and home. ;Y' f?
the undigested portion 1s. I "Oh; no" replied the saleswomanreproachfully .
I pounds tinned born 200.000 pounds ;. ""i ,
changed into what Is practically a tinned pease IS0.000 pounds tinned : ; "It is nine dollar'aid '"' "'xv.

kind of'poison that acts upon the I II tomatoes,' 160.000 pounds salt pork. eighty-nine cents ..,.4 .>.' t..
blood 1 b4:3.rves., thus getting all I 110,000 .pounds oatmeal. 100,000 "She seems to regard the/eleven' ':;,": '
through the pounds each of rice
system. I.rd. mutton and cents ..as particularly Invidious '
:
., "I was a heavy meat eater," writes r corned beef 600.000 pounds of wonder wbyr whispered Mason J
,.. lUsv, 1 canned fruits Including; apples, Mrt "" '
.J.aa tnanvji'sad up* to two years to-.his wife. ( '
agO..waa la peaches pears and other fruits; 100- .: : .
'
-
health.
t
'I8I'7.poor I anf- "
000 -Not sal4.Un'MaaoD.'wIUa'
.arall. '
pounds-of *
feted with condensed milk 100- : d k rJf. ';.'
indigestion so that- I' only 000 pound. .of coffee. .15,000 pounds dr mild beat; "nothing 'Invidious' about' .

t weighed IS' pounds. of tea; 40.000 dozen fresh eggs Only, very naturally it touched

a 1TheD .I'heard about Grape-Nuts 6000 pounds of mustard 6000 t.. girl not to 'bave .you perceive '
and. deeMed ,to try It pounds of and
My wife pepper 6000 pounds that ".
you were getting a bargain -
laughed at me at first but when I of salt. r.."

z gained to IZS'ppunds and felt so flee, D. S. Army Transport Service FUg. Nearly everything that a person i "- .,':
sh.''thopght .sbe can think of to eat or drink except NO TIME FOR SCRUPLES.
would eat ,Orape- The'tion'attbe'left .
-
: Is red the "
; Intoxicants Is
Nuts UKVJJow section .at Included In the lists of 1 notice that la some' of those
the right blue and J the supplies, la making out the
lists down
the '
east towns '
ab'tt'tat delia centre they .recommend '
and section
;
I { d bat white with the letters Navy Department Into .
officials took .
; V, gaited 40 pounds.- ;We never kav. Indigestion . in red and the Insignia In- bluer consideration,the.> fact that the ships I I pepper for'strawbrrl -to ,'.Increase. "" P
THE ARMORED CRUISER TENNESSEE. their digestibility "
any more and seldom feel y+ a'dwell.
the desfre for, meat 'A neighbor of Arkansas' Diamond. Fields all Prof.:Wm. James Finds .- any maiwwho. will stop* t* "
"Psychic
ours, <. years old.was troubled with . .IUchas, 'Booth Africa. Marvel" la New' Trolley Oar Searchlights Hypnotize Professor. Calls Fraternity think! about .digestibility>> .when eating '!/'

/ lad4 esU..-tor",'earst was.::a< heavy ..Little Bxxk.. Art.-Tho' diamond Hampshire' Delaware Rabbits. Houses. Dc."'-. 'instruments.Chicago. r'a strawberry>> deserves to eat the, pep- /'.......,. !
'" .
Boston.
.mekt .eater ant BOW since be has field discovered In Pike.County, this James, the Mass.UarY'ard'Professor 'William Wilmington Del.-Rabbits'."'ensnared Charles W. French : per alon*,""-Cleveland_ Plain T>* l.r''J: };

ft.J 'been eating,Grape-Nuts regularly, he State,'**"rich. according to the report examined the. .tr.DCe.ClUe p.cbologl.t or,Mrs bas 'bytrolleyt: t.ears In Delaware. branded high school fraternity houses I ... .....
he U veil and has Indis.sstlin' :of Professor Philip fiebnelder Theaptura of many animals wouldbe M "Instruments of. the. devil!, \:'' .
sajsi never -. -geolo Nellie U: Titus of Lebanon N. and .STRUCK Tile! EXCBPTIOM.: 4 i
gist of the Syracuse 1L, easy; tor, the crews ot ttte .West a "plague spot,". and .1' .., 1:1:;;;'
'. '1 could name a lot of pe.. (N-Y.) Unlvervsity and bas discovered in bar."'he says, the fraternities '. ; ,: : \
Chester .Kennett and
aa',,
who have'really been eared of .Department, who was-em of-Agriculture ployed by the.to. State a "psrcblc'm..eL" lie gives threeexplanations Electric RsJlway.. _Wilmington, more being.of, degenerating surrounded by Influences.a, score or' I Sunday School Teachers-Why.' ,, ':...f

L ItT changing tronr* heavy .an Investigation. 'make of her 'power and expresses :- ;The cars.af* equipped with power,. -!4Wnp that has seen the chapter. .'WlJJle} WBsonl. "IMghWng.'itdnl" .F< ." !"' ,:

.r, diet.te. JfII.P 'Tut.Tbere's; In .his report-he cays.that..Awhile supernormalacuity.;'tbroplnlo..tb.r: of abe' tus-a ful 'electric searchligbt'and.uebnthe' '' house and day and night ..with its, Didn't last SnA4ay _--.. teach you >,,'

: If.*.. given. Sy,,.J'oat.i{ much oftbe odwhlch: h" isspeeted Mrs;:;,Titos. In a-trance located seersblp the intense ran appear,+at .night. tobacco profanity, and too often l that when you are struck'on one ch..k, \.J

f ftnfilt MW ,1s worthless, a few sores are rich pro- body of.Bertha h1aY of 1iDlSeldWhq rabbit'strike make: t or- the light.performr As alt 01.ra1 orgl.. I..UnK. Into the small hours1can 'I yon ,eujhl.,to'turn:.the 'othsr: to;UI4 ,{ .1;
IIlttta'boek.'TtiRad wa dacers of genaine I I em.tbey< fall to see a '
diamonds vicious 1
>
equaling was ,.drowned off Old Shaker .Bridge .atrlk.jl ; . . '
.. sorts of. gyrations and wftan &itln, "hlchtendl
to
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vary..'And all ¬ 1o.f HAVE YOU BKN TO JAMESTOWN
the toe
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In yo..r own hart;,. IC you 'do" not Q&aiity tapped .', If.. rMioo e.abte.al.+d,...L OfM Ot UMsM Mfftto.h. ..ear
SERMON', I know tkstt Caliiary Is your own salvation tl.ill C. ....1"- itvmjroa br t. N H. Mitch G. the
..,,],, Newt VwHabkand Pleat fare eorablMd la the ra/6'
l do not
,you know anything about It, to 'tie vTeO-taformed In every w..w...BlMl. toWT 7 I !experimentally: All that yon know Is < (rniMdln Uu opm air. sp.a.lwt'r.rnrre.
,Ii11tv7l Id/d1VL hearsay. Ton may go Into the realm walk of life and'are essential to permanent Pd_.. folknr. ....t,nOto S 000 M 91 90 PM t,0ek 5,000 ..
of other things than spiritual and-yon' a lOJOta, .Imr S.n.t er6.:r.10 aorriLee m t.000:rack:
;'and'crodrtaWe standing.:. Aeeor-' '- *+ *TAr1mt wwwKw.e..WMrW6Aaw'
success, .... ,.. ...
may take another man's word for .!" .&..- ..----
>. \ much troth' ,As ws are humanly Constituted ' I key, I It to not. claimed that Symp\ of Fig ,r.11N.W/.WM.M.w_ =__l'eM::D.MIIIMIW.: : :: '..averaiN'1'i3'

,IhbjeMl'Ilnowlnphri.t.1 : : it Is necessary ''that., we : and Elixir'of Senna U the OnJ1l'e11)edr. ......-. ...11II_Ie a.H.BUTCH CO.,..... I.S.C.tflRCEST .'
yw should take a great deal of truth '
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I mown 'Value;but one of mapy reasons
of
the testlmbny otbers.
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'Brooklyn|: N. Y.',-Preaching ea the pretend to be' an expert: on electricityor why It (b the beet>of personal and f..mui.uaUv. PLANT & TRUCK GROWERS ON EARTHbr

!. abovr theme *' the,: I"lnc Square economics; I go to a man who has l .,** Is ,the 'fact. that it cleanses) .
Presbyterian Church.' Hamburg .... experimental: knowledge of these "rOhl
nu. and Welrfleld street ,the )te". Lhings. In whom I can trust.and take sweetensand; r4ievethe'intcmel'organs THAT ;Wit i; MARE' C s mss; 'p
Ira Wemmell Henderson, pastor'took his 'word for It. 84 It Is throughout on which it acts without any debilitatingafter

'as his. text. Luke S :>1.SSAnd an the realmnof nature. But when effects and without having.to Increase ,
their eyes were opened and they knew you come'to spiritual things the only .
Him; and He vanished out of: their thing that is of any use to you Is a the quantity from time to time. !. Papa doi 'jt forget to buy a

might And they said one to another first band knowledge. : It'.acts pleasantly and naturally and o
wu Dot our heart burning within u> I care not how much you may be bottle of CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT '

'while. a, pake. to us in the way. ," able to philosophise.. -You may 'do truly as a laxative, and its .componentparts for your little girl
i He said < that from the Scriptures.. The known and approved b "
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are )
, It there II anyone thing' for which heathen can build a system of philosophy physicians as U t Is free from all objeetion-) You. can. buy It at any DrugStore .WoUUId>Jora y, ,CbarUrton Trpo WofcoteliV tarn, Boadoraon'S.... ...." WluifawStatdt Korty ,.Kuty..rt, 1 1
I am at an envious It'll that I might on-that Book., But It is far and you know It'never tails
nave had. In God's more necessary to have a life that is able ..ubat.aneee.To get its beneficial X am located on one of the.Sea Islands South Carolina, our climate is mild I
$ same providence the founded .on"divine realities. I care the to cur. my ,Croup and Couth. justmcient cold to harden and cause plants to stand severe freezing after
opportunity that these men had not bow much know about effects always 'pUI",l$5e genuine- O.tttna'oattethe" .oM.. /fMnmM MJfe4KMMorMo ...")..,.* ,. 1tJH"*" ,.. .. tttPMMHm '
,r to talk face to face with Jesus; to I you may manufactured by the California Fig SyrupCo M. Jf**- rttooiM tfOOJUX mtHJOI Lon.taoim4LU| ...._.. 100..O. .
nave had the Scriptures, about Christ from the MALSBV COMPANY 1.i. .
an Intimate personal, humanly ,"pec\aI.--. ---W
perceived knowledge His testimony of other people; the thing *:only, and for sale by.: leading. druggists. 4t S..B-OBITTH .'..ATUAHTA. OA.ftmhchnn :IP.'VV. TO"OPLPleases Mast Yr.war .
} reality in the bodily sense. It there that Is Important to me is.' is your ,.........,....iW.tta .anwe....... .. he........... .al.. hldlL:' "

Is any particular men of whom I am heart burning within you as you walk ? or,
by the way, while the Lord Is speaking
ealoul. It is those disciples ,
; who. acllce.but ,
It's an easy matter to give r
to soul
on from His time ministering to.time, tours went; wlth.lelul who knew 0, 'my your' frlend.1et ue' not be deceived. . It Is jSimcuit to let people to have 'NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER .

Him, as we do not know Him-since ., Christ can speak to you today faith. enough In you to' use' It. THE SCIENTIFIC AND.MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. I
He has gone hence t those men who lust as powerfully lust BB' CDllftlngly -'

heard Ills voice, who could look up and just as burningly, as Qaseline l II4
Into His face while He spoke to them, ever He spoke to the disciples. Christ' CAPUD.INECUREs Capsicum .
who could hear Him In the accents of>: can speak to you In words adapted to F '

their own language, which they were your'pecullar used Just as much' as tt._,._.. "..' .tM....._.3'II. I ( = I EXTRACT OF THE .CAYENNE
I able to understand with ,the-Jhuman when lie spoke to Moses In the burn-. 1'0&"." Ut, scb.s I PEPPER 'PLANT TAKEN '
ear. And while I am cognisant ot the Ing bush. lie will reveal. Himself to - DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
' COLDS AND GRIPPE;;;;
fact that we can get Just as close to _us. Just as truly as any patriarch ever 'lfisntA. I
;" Jesus spiritually and personally as got a vision of God. I am weary ot .__. _..... .....r.ta.VOMiMe,..,.S' DON'T WAIT TILL THE ,PAIN' "
a4O VM ad MMI ***
these men ever got In bodily and the way, the church of Christ goes s! mt Mss. h U Kinds 11 CpMES-ICBEP 'A TUBE HANDYA I
material sense, there Is to back to the Fathers. May we have'
me a
peculiar SURC.SAPS AND ALWAYS READY CURB TOR FAIN,-TRIGS lea '"
charm wrapped, around their the Christian foresight and brains MAC. I INERY, -{OUICIC...+.PSIBLIt TUBES MADE OP PURE TIN-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND l4'
lives, owing to the fact that they and ability to turn our faces to God YearsIs DEALERS OR BT MAIL ON RECEIPT. OP lie. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. i
talked with film that they really and learn from Him. 'I am a great i+ AND SUPPLIES. A substitute lor and superior to mustard or any other plaster and will not
F held with and believer la giving all homage to those VOftebln, N.WSrr..S TwUot...l_ B. '-
conversation the Lord ... sisals blister the most delicate skin. The paln-allaylnf and curative qualities of the
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tI.e amid.t.
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tone .. Ulll. mt eM MKta. W rkl o>4 .111.'a
F. could see Him. and understand Him who have gone. before. The knowledge 1 .. UNrt<.5 wtd ruta KSpeaseQ ra.- Mill M.rM.rrt .....-linoouvloSWrltetM I. article are wonderful It will stop the toothache at. noe, and relieve Head r'
L. and love Him .. a man. of today is very largely foundedon tar rwabO.y.i ____ agarw 11I1 w..wM.O. ache and Sciatica. We recommend btu the best and safest eUrnt counterirritant -
I. A* You know how these two men were what is leftto, us by those I who ... 1. 41. .W. w.r..a.r II known.also as an external r.m.dylorpalnl10 the chest and stomach I
fc walking by the way when Jesus came have antedated ,us-It Is the consummation -- I'joknso1s[ ._t.rtuo.ru.... and all Rheumatic, Neuralgia and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what l

%.... xfiSpoke to them and Interpreted to of: an ever-lncreaslnc pro- !i we claim for IL and It will be found to be Invaluable In tae household and for {
hem the Scripture .They were un- grew But the only way that those' I children. Once used no family will be without It. Many people say .'It Is
., aTJlato'.see<:.Hlm. .because He was ,, who lived before us grew In knowledge JiIUJent1IoW !\! I I&t DROPSY the best ol all your preparations. Accept no preparation of vaseline unless dl
K ?than to be discerned Only spiritually was by turning their own .facesto the same,carrier our label as otherwise It Is not genuine.

f ADd after a few moments their eyes God that He might lead them, give \ UI110, holds tUi noort If you h ri it, or know of taffrr. Seed ...., ....... ..... .we will mall err V._lli.. __Met d_rlhle]
[.c 'were opened and they knew Him and them Illumination and knowledge of ....... I.t, natty S ..ew H hM .. ..-! writ for Mrtloalan of oar valuable remedy, our e>r.p.rtl.iis wbl.k will Interact"e. ,
>; He vanished out ot: their sight. And the truth And. If we are to make I. ....... -kltm, m .o.a. .. I IBte which aCABANTXKD.EAGLE : .
1 all'In spiritual things, tIo...r...........h K>e.Till d..1s. ;17 SUteSL CHESEBROUGH. MFG. CO. H.YerCity
they said on. to the other, Was not any pro.at HLa. JOBMBOM ACO<< .. Beaten, 11-,' ,, REMEDY CO., Mi
;i our, heart burning within us as He we must be willing to have a divine *
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faith In God's
spake to us,, In the way?" and wholesouled purpose 1 on
There ar. a great many Christian to lead us aright even as He led UCOII..ON .
,people who have never beard'' Jesus the patriarchs.. I do not mean to say 6: &: #) Citrllllll ) Lang 1

speak to them; who have not 'the that we are perfect, that we have &

faintest sort of Idea of what It. means no reason for contriteness of heart-. ..) .. ,iMCpttPtfyypn: : -. LartlJlPl .-- JlrslJ.Tb. .
to have communion .with,our .Lord: but ,we belittle ourselves. Borne pea - "IJ" 'I'M r ... .y
people who have no spiritual perception ple think that the power of God Guns and Shells :: ..... ,. ( .
Cartridges Shotgun:, '. .. 1><
; who are but babes spiritually; stopped In the hearts of men with SuIIe '* 4\, -
who have not bad their eyes openedto Jesus and Paul. Some people have '
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the contemplation: of spiritual more faith In Abraham and Moses .are easily distinguished from 'others rnAIcee.which.equal CABBAGE: >LANTST ORi f .

,things; who have no 'realisation-as than they. have In th9 men of. their them neither in quaUtynot reputattoh 1 ytho big '_ <<

they should bave-that\ Jesus is continually own day. A man of our day And age '.All OS MT ANKVAI TOUR srovsd h.) frond wltk fsay, ; ''of.tie best! :'oW._jjriJL r
speaking to them by the way. who bears upon his face the marks of w f riles of TkH |
UpD Air Grown O.bbsg. Planer at the follow)** plteM );L
r Their eyes. are closed because they divinity and of Inspiration and 'of !: 4.000 at SLSOp.e tboa..ad, ,000 to I.COO at-CLtli 1',000-01' more.sh 10<<.: f. (
have never gotten spiritual power. power a man who Is In all things WMM ett, a O. promptly "amafMd.f A** Tor
It Is a peculiar thing about Chrlstlanlty Just as good as Abraham should receive r' + ppdoes OB M.OOO or 100 G 0., Cash .-..tpuyingiUorders or tae %"IU. fo ..O..D. .

the Lord that can,you be spiritually cannot'tell discerned"whether his own just and as from much the recognition world as Abra-from I I ., 7.Or *>..j. .....-..+r.aq' Address B. I L.COX-EthefS:'C..Box' 8. ;. rCRESCENTANTISEB1
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ham gets. Why! on the basis of .... .
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until yon get Into spiritual relations which'"appears 'on every package Winchester --- -- +
with the Lord. You cannot tell what convnon knowledge what was the I C
was the spirit that thrilled and wisdom ot Abraham compared with goods.. Thebig red W is:to guns and.ammunition; : : + -

,throbbed through the hearts of these the.wisdom of today tbe enlightenment what the word Sterling"( is to silverware the world GREATEST.HEALER KNOWTN'-'TO eol** Cst.Y'f';.: .:
m.a. until,your own heart has been the spiritual power of the patriarchs Therefore for your always : Moa PeMo...... Non IrrltaUag.t Allays IsHsameHoa sad>stops; t
.. throbbing and thrilling with the compared with what we have over.' own protection pain from any__. As tong -as carboUe acid ad. barm1se4 e* ,
knowledge that you bave been talking with Christ in our hearts And yet,'. '' ,I swoet milk. Cam barno isaUntlrl enree old sad ckronie: eoroowEZZ '

v',wlth the Lord. But as soon as you we are more wllllnn' { .to accept the ;"L5oi: : :. for the ;Big Red, W"It's s&S = "'from d sad lay "...e*.*M.sua, or-.beaet.pMitivdr re*
'T bay. had a definite and experimental dicta of Moses or' Abraham than 'of rompt ,

,communion with the Lord, you begin Beecher or Spurgeon.'nIt"what, rby.nP.rStx.eDwle goaraatoed.BtvLkv w..i::... O1TKMIOAI.: CO, VI,_ w.tIifsy.f
"* I understand Jesus ,
to understand what was the feeling '.
of those men who,talked with Christ meant when He said. *A prophet Is .f ".. -
and whose hearts burned within not without honor' save In Ms own TO"iea'ar.; say
them. eouatr,.!', There He was a nan In ,woman .0n _

j I am not to define to you this morning Ills own day and age outranking any tIA
what ought to be your spiritual man'+; who ever lived; In spiritual
experience. Some of us think that we things: and yet they said "is not this JlJI'o.: ,
the carpenter's Son from dowp yonderIn tIox-et-r.Ulle wf& a
ought to hear some Voice speaking : i of toctruo-
I audibly, to us; that we ought to have Nazareth "Why. out of that { lions,slid (ratline teeUmonljUe Bend .
some oral communication that will town no good can come; that man your name sod address oa a postal cat d.
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'' strike upon our can and convey a knowetb: nothing." 'We In our day 'r a steam.; .'r
and age hall Jesus Christ and tbe ad bealataoeous
definite dlstlnct:: But thev.ry I
nrpresslon.
of God In His truth and y At ten ..,. IllM1.dPL11 i AA'
reveal men t 'VIJK&SS&S ; MOHEY I MAKERS (
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moment that yon are conscious. And know to-day. I hatereIy,1&J.... edbbara i A Mr.. l.t! m e ss- t..'
beauty. yet men
;, ot committing a wrong act or that EmoUont!: Shtppor. A eal .tares. y u dos d a goodaWu..forl.bl. .OOUOII.'auo"'as'' MreU Vrhf"pVlUoourrh ] .
who Just much inspired of Godas .. .....
you are doing right before (]od.that are sa .au- ala'- sad Inflammation nosed b/femW
:very moment He Is speaking to you Abraham was ever inspired who nine tJ ., oo o tjtf. sore .Uireat sad
Just as much filled with the Spirit mouth, bra.............,.
that are U'YtiJc:: 'Th.y by diront Its earS41TO -
by the Tbe moment
4 .way- very of God as was Abraham and more so; THESE THREE FAMOUS, varieties have mad. Forttmtt for those who to them., are power over those troubles Is oxCraerdlnarr y A
you open these Gospels writings and who have better and >wider m result of life times of study and experiments of the oldest and most reliable Catbaot Seed Grovtrt aai flree Immediate veilel.
epistles-these explanations and explications men knowledge of tbe a truth of Oodr; men ti f In the World. We have plants and plenty of them Grown Front Tlnit iedTja the open field which omodlDl Tbouunae uf'e.prr..da wororn ass,..uclng'e-0 jleOU and roo-&Irulltr1et8orbn.

of what Jesus meant-the whl live lives which are nobler. But a. wfll stand Sewn Cold without injury, and U you want enough foe a square In you garden or for one five Remember bowevrr
moment four soul:is filled with the trusted. Let us have' f.. or ten acres for market. you: caD t do better than to order them from.... ,We Guarantee full count and aT wsn YOU JliOTHUI!) ",BY IT. q
divine glory. and Illumination you they are not 'wtld tfcmor Uaxrf Kifmttoi. All I..s_ and inmnptbr.-...ltkoeiMnnlttlnc.. It te elwapw for pvs sod b.ttt-far_to 1. 'TAB .. PAZTON 00. More4 __ }
may be Just as sure that He Is speaking some sort of confidence that God Is your moor oaonponr...*.. othaiwlM Fknte will bo ehlppod OL 0.D..nd_wttl luve to j..y stars ebanM on the_ J
to that He to those able to lead ua. today even as He led' PriMit.o.UYoaBB'ebteoj.MOfortLOO.; 1 to4.000 at n.60Mr 1.000. (.o .sop.t sLst par LOOO. ttoSftMOat> tLOOMrUICa8peeUlprioMeaUn
you as spoke fathers and the patriarchs. You ( a.MUnoUlaUdboxvi, OMO.PKxpnM ..- ToUttt* c....... CuUnH _
,a two going to Emmaus.' I do not thinkIt our may try to down tbat If you ,will. C;;.ll.Giboio ..u.I trswappllat s.Wrtt.isnns *.nd(hlpplnc.. .-pUln,*M MOarour ordw la r +=Thempsun'sEyeWaterAt20

is necessary for you to have a cold But' my friends unless tbe'cburcb: of: ,C.; ,Mi: GIBSON. Younf! Island South 'Carolina '
chill and down backs In -'
a run up your r ( ;
-,0y)
Jesus Christ begins to give men a .
i order, that..you may, have a real 5

been knowledge talking In with the flesh a Divine that power.you have I God;A who God Is who ruling Is lifting In the men world in the today easier to be sensitive'than It'Is 'Even the man who carries chips on THe) Colleges=:aI
,Ferguson
think our Christian life Is susceptible world to-day, a God who Is Just as to be sensible both shoulders doesn't necessarilywalk ,

to. a great deal of sense and much nonsense. powerful In your Ufe and mine as III" <.: 1 1 uprtght ,/ I __OK B > MM >-o AeeeMea. A
.' 'Ido notthlnkwe need any more any other man's yon will see that the, ., IsltbMmlwtyp.wrtt.randap. roll-topdsa for ...b papll. rgftauaoN a HO 'r.d.yaen. -
Presbyterian and the Baptist and"the BABY; ..TERRIBLY.(1) : "N D is iaoper...I.h.s of..yath. old .. an U ...lie IvtrDM oBO-lioJf .* :,
visions of than we get In the world ITCHED .
men '" .. .
1fLRr OR"OU"TIt IN A GOOD POCITIOr1Mod u I the aa.a .sgnaw 0 4k
1 .around us. than .we get In the-faith Methodist and. the Congregationaland ..- ...;. 14' + I i_: 111 : NEW 8TBKNOTH FOR OLD BACKS. '.f I ...'".....Le4 18 abOUn..s..doa. end w.will i..4 you alee -at.
and life- ot Jesus Christ. I do not all the other"churches"will'beswept "1
Face and Neck Covered With Inflamed : Address THE FERGUSON COLLEGES
out of existence that'Yuen'in
". think that yon need any more-demon- ay. Skin-Doctors No A"aIJ- No Need' to Suffer Every From ,
In COLUMBUS U.... o* irATCKOSS. JA. .
get for themselves some under val
stratlon that the Lord Is speaking to WaTt Cured by Cnllcnr Remedies."Mj .
yon as youcoda,the way thai you some other organization, the j- Backache ... .. ----
truth of God' bab)'. face and asset were covered:
have,when feel that the NorthBroadway
you Scrip. I
I is deal of talk with'itching skin similar to .m.ms'and Mrs.! Jotnnah Straw lit '
V ture are illuminated to you; when know there a good '
yon,hear the still; small'.voice commending and a. good deal of trouble la the she suffered terribly for over s year. 1 Canton, S. D., says: For W.LDOVGLASfk t '
you when" you do right or hearts of men. In the church to-day, took her to a number of doctors and also three ,,years I suffered

admonishing you/when" :you do wrong. lest various organizations outside of to different .colleges, to no snit Then i6. everything n
the church should cripple But let Caticura Remedies were recommended tome rheumatism il'
I believe tbat God gave us brains and us. r with in w
tbat He talks to us with our understanding us read In the movlngs of the people by Mir U1 did not melt at finCss ; I.' I my limbs and a. dull, g.-
; ',that ''God gave,us'.hearts away from us the signs of the times. 1 had tried so many other remedies ... ceaseless aching in arose AT ALL ,
Let us read. the handwriting in the without any favorable result:'At Ustil 7; rR.cn row cvcav
to through emotions -
and speaks us our :
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t : my backI. was = .
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are'llfted'up.intotransoendsatal heavens. Let us see in the workings'of tried chilies Soap, CoUcurt Ointment, . MMnRO/TNe/AMnY. -'
When w lghtst*, which I It : God to-day a Godp who Is. Just and Cuticura Be olvent Pills; and to my : weak, languid, MIN BOVS. WOMCM._ MlSetS AND CMItSMCN. I lrw

tell as "erfUI.a. He'ever .was In Pales MrpriM i noticed sn' Improvement. 'After -" broken with headaches , .2... .O. :..., .." :_"-r-.. '".
be difficult to our experience ;- tlr.A Oaa.
may :using three boxes'of' the Cuticura Oil&.-' and dizzy "tI..IJO...... -,
-.-God U then speaking to us. ''There tfnl.Th I .... ,r dAar..rbefran AA Ife : I '
Is not one of 11s. 'however weak In time 'Is coming when .the taent, together with the Soap and fill, Ian spells and the kidney z'. "",.,., ... .....- t5.y ".,11 ...... '1.ii a ,.., i ih.M.
pleased to .be Is altogether. a different ._. ,.6eH-. ,....... end "
faith who has not from time to time church: of.,Jesus Christ must get its say secretions were v
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child end the of hetltb.Wr .
out of tbe eased and eyfes opened spiritually. Personally; : picture 1 ''thick with solids. 'I w ti daW w- r .
been-lifted up AlO -- M fM -4 -.-.., r ,
., Bre.WnMlti. N, LbcolaEt. .t<
.the sensuous into the"eternal.. ,There I cannot, believe all the things that'Ihear. Chicago: 111, Oct. 20 and SO, 1008." , I' was really la a critical W.LD.awf.iii.NdO5ANd'E".......--e(b.ewwi1..#p1 8IU",.,.. e
are,times whoa it has seemed tbat I do not \tike the philosophy Of ., ,.... 'condition when I'' began with tycAlTTI 'we have taken flight from the body, certain cults; ,1 do not believe :their I" '.. I Doan's Kldhey Pills and they. certainly ; *. KoU. hr lie hart rlioo dwlon eroryrlof ... ..... ensued from .factory K any part. ,
have taken leave of the senses and logic, Is correct in man)'.points;' but ._.Lope may mate ths world *o did wonders for'meVi Though I am I Uio work IfltMtmtod eaialos ft* W. I.. VOUaULS, .....kMIIo -- ,
\ lifted out of ourselves. And while 'ou'w111 find t.batt.bere.II'111: the but patrimony, rlyes Ifa flat
'are
Intellectual classes' of men today ,I'O"D4.1 SI "tn'old.lam. as well as the average ',: ready
higher .
that-Is emof
that purely
L I' believe : -
laotlon. woman of SO. I work well eat \ Order
"' desire to .arjOodiwho: Is . ,
f "* ,Qonal, ret It Is for you and ,me JustrT a -" '*- Md
well and aliep"w.U-:
.. much of a.vision of, the Diviner present a God who Is Just as powerful ,GABBAGE"PLANTsweapla ,
reality; as we shall ever get thli side in.their lives to-daylas Ue'eYer "-"Pn s'fkubd I"' 6 li'j buy.. 1'_ Sold by all dealers.r 10 cents a box:: )).
.. was la the lives of the"prof bets." Let : Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y- ol UeLoadlor .
'Of ... '
(% to snj'
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ear*
U i-diQerentthing know us give to men a God who wilt speak ra. agt'MgupnMnd Terlotlo*_KlItLT JEB3ET WaJCXriKLO very early li
7 It to ,..wofitep or Protruding ,, .. _...... -_ naivarieties
by the Let us lead men GHABUCSTO WAKJCriELD ,' abo.| ..* days i.r n.L
j about, Christ Wan to know ChristI to them way. IMes"8 U Udaylomoaey refunded. ,JOo. heajthy"1 d'utt. 14 '
;' COmfcrte..botU A breathes from' < wo have,.., 11'-.a Median Early, ..4 Sboct-4. : ..
'I can refer you to all sorts of books to hearts:a burn as they walk through 1 fea '" "'* to 24 times per.minute. Tbe,rate of ,fp*.. Fiat Dotcb..,. '/"- M oUowat t.OUO U A.OOO. *1.6O|,

tin tell my you library all about which Christ will.attempt This\Bible toT God who Is ever present around Don't: stop to )?}lclt..a p the" kind-word.sou .the; pulse; U -four times' tbat.-of the 1 pi.Dta CJDOO aro to O.OOQ.all grown p1.2610,000 near saltwater at asd,d spwsrds will stand I.OO eeveie Tkeeo sold

1 '-mil tell rou' alLabout Christ experimentalknowledge but'U about us .tell them men, that and .it within Is one them.thing Let to .. drop. > }:f : .:, a Jr I9 ....;.. .:.. "';" I Witkomt loj.ry...'-THK. .;-OASlR-CAHhTOX. . .CU.IL.g5M0A0;. .. .. ..., i' s >
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can never of Christ know about the glory and the love "
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what 'Is the lore'otGOd; tot Father. Let us lead men to to know compre that TaCtecIc Will Restore those Gray
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Fhave. had a vision ot.Jesus, revealing : the way
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, S.Ma t .Has UK Grip.' NUBIAN TEA I, '1\ "

{mp' A UUOKM ', '* hftatinas Cantata '
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will .. preeraled b.v, the Music Dpaj'UaeM e. .
;, o(Osoeola' Hlfih School intbq i { D jiiiijirted
School 'Auditorium, Wednesday y
,IW. 18th. .The .D p.rtm { will ...ltl Uelow. in cas 1 ,

and SsntaClsu.eAnnie synopsis: Carson. Kwps : L tt

Mother Santa: .-. . Eva Wood! *! i.. h
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'Little Nicholas ...Uav O'Qut Yon .
Uncle S.m.-:........ .Su.le Slade ?1 ,
Aunt Columbia .. Annie. Huth Hol:
:;. 81.loway ValenUne..r..Msude' :' DaDo J I We have Just'received. a fine assortment of 6 4n,

Nine. Slates-.. .to.-_Music Pupli ; It Is an
r (Children at U. S. and Aunt Co. k.j I GOODS
lumbla's House) m Ideal C R.O1tT'" JAPANESE
Kairl and Bro* clf-i .-. . Musi ,

.Pupils"A. (Love|Attendant. Token at four Santa's{hands. House..Nor-) EI Remedy for 8 of all descriptions, suitable for Birthday and ,.


u'a WoooIIU-'Jaooe(Synopsis) Dann yC../ ta.mrFwcaOM -. Constipation Paint J; and PaperImprove Wedding: Presents. '
S
,_ 'Scene 1 Uncle Sam and Aunt. Co. c.r.'nr.uO I _
lumbta seated by family fireside* the -- and protect.your bouso. .
r children grouped around, ,their I wilt be pleased to bring my 1907 Our selection consists of Bamboo Portiere Screens, Curtains*
Blockings already at chimney place: sample books to,your house and ", .
for it Is Christmas Kve:-the chlldre; AdW1alnltttIX.VERWDNm, Indigestion make any"sufffrestloud; In the latest ", Cushions Pillows, Lanterns, Parasols. Wickerwork, and a. auger '
are distressed that. Santa Is sick and decorations that you may desire. of useful and ornamental China 'and +\'
and assortment _
are afraid he wont be able to make '- Biliousness -. Drop me a card and I will cheerfully ", ous costly .
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#t' bis aopual visit to e.rthl.nd'! Uncle ; furnish estimates on' ptper Bric-a-brac.
i 8am.decides to pay Santa a visit'and andDyspepsia. and painting ; : : : : : .;: We would call attention- 'our Complete Line of Floor Cover.G7 \.;
core him with his wonderful U. S "'
grip tablets Scene ends with, des lugs, consisting of Carpets, ,Mnttings, Rugs. 'Art Squares, &c, all at
parturenf Uncle !Sam atd Columbiafor I EOF1iE BA E! reasonable prices.
Santa Land. .LKt N C\T., : "

t 'Le G. ''Schubert.!Mardi Gras"loe. .four Carson-' hand-tiracoJolley rtMCL:oos.ri-So: tCa ORLANDO.. FOOnIDA.. -' COME AND; LET US SHOW YOU WHAT 'WE HAVE. ;

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# Scene ITChrlbtmaa \
eve, still Santa Clause I IJ Iti{III Rnn J.l\h
'sick and all bundled UP in blankets ,Bowrli and Blor-l. I' wB. MAKINSON CO. qS
In large I chair by fire. Mother Santa It take the place of calomel: and l.arts .
PUBLIC...
suggeststhat/: he doe not tr.1.0. make no lud'after efl'ects. j NOTARY l .
his trip, but get some one el.e to go It i* needed in the Spnne, summer, ":- / STATE AT LARGE. S-. KIS IMMEe:. FLORIDA.KATZ'S '.
whereupon little Nicholas jumps' F.II.nd Winter, by Men, Women and Real Estate 'Agent.KISSIMMF.E. .
with'frreat. glee and offers to fro but \1.i It-! .
his fond parents are afraid to trust IlUextirael I ...tat.MnD childrealike : ." FKORlliAj VV n n iVVV VVVVV .VV VVVVVVIK

the little fellow; the fairies and'brownies it. Buy. iiotlU. fnmtRoberson's .. I. ;
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offer to xo. but still Santa -- --- : - -- -
Is not satUQed that il.e*tot,-kln..*. will r
all be filled, properly )<.r the earth Pharmacy; BUDDED TREES !
4 land children. Valentine Is an
gq' bounced and comes In0 inquire KISS1MMEB. FLA.
after /[st. Nicholas' health. Then islesworth
- Nurseries.
Uncle Sam and Columbia arrive --- ---- -- - a

Uncle Sam gives Santa the C. S,
grip tablet and LeIs i cured immediately Se
exclalmice "w!.>r *>arot>1 have Perfect t WayScores CHASE 6i CO., IVOPRlfcTOHS J. W. HOAHD, AGENT "'
found the elixer of life)?". The
you \Ve.will have ready for next f'.naod Winter planting general ail
voene closes with some of greeting to of all '
assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees, leading vane'ties.
Christmas Ere, and Santa is prepared ----- Lemon and
Our trees are budded on good healthy rough ,
to'leavefr his Christmas trip: of Florida Citizens: Have 'Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind.
.'d Accompanist for Cantata, Miss Learned It. All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to
1.* Grace Jolley.: _____ f"CIhBckltche, name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are ''second to
Not ce If you suffer FALL GOODSReady none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty ,ear'* experience
There Is only one way to cure it. can produce. We are malting a specialty this season of the
v 1 am prepared to do first class dressmaking '' The perfect way Is to eft re the kid famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the
this winter and ask the ladies \ greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come .li-.
l to caland see we. Satisfaction neys. for A rest from the best bearing trees In the district now famous for producinjr .; :J, '
sick kidneys. Ready inspection.
guaranteed.. MRS. PEKD w. A bad back mean the best Valencia In California.
n m______ Neglect it, urinary U-ouble follow.
TfEWORLQS SRUTESTEWIN$IUClINE Doan'a Kidney Pills are'made for line of Ready-to-Wear Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha, Fla., or call and see our Nurseries

kldners only. at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.,
LIGHT RUNNING S. B. Lmons, clgarmakcr, living Garments for Men, Wo- \
at 1311 Ashley .street Tuuipa Fla., 1 1tts

w says and they: "I cured used Doan's me of backache Kidney Pills and men and Children at .-..,... ...Y''U'9F'f'petFt?.'V'trt'Ftur'iFtwrTp....lF.7rtiedNORTH .
:
disorder of the kidneys. Two or prices as low as consistent 1
KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.
tbree times on account of the pain in 4'
my back I was unable to go to work with quality and "
for sereral.days. The secretions of
the kidney were In a very bad condition 1 1
.C.Griffin
dark In color and If allowed to workmanship. .
stand would become of the consistencyof L" .... L Lt...,.............__...... .........._......... .. .. .. . ,
Jelly. I tried various remedies, 3 =
seemed like gallons of YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
y medic and I also put on plastersbut .. Fancy I Family Groceries
nothing helped me at mil until ,.;
got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the ad-
vice of a friend of mine; and using I Fresh Meats.. j..
them according to'' directions they .
cured me In a very abort tune." Delivery Hour.. Solicited.
Every Day at Patronage
For sale by all dealer Price SO .. any ,
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo, ..aftrAr udhXelkllsIkIna.... A.-.......-........................r .

New Stat.eS.Remember'. York. sole agents for tbe United Katz. 2--__ _ ___ ______ ---- ----- -________.___ __; ;.
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tbe DameDo.n'andt.ke
MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY
t no other. 15eamJ.H.REDDITT ,
.YAOK_ONVILLts PIA.L .

..DI..c.. ....;.. IIf.. 33 Oc .* Str.... --- ','
. ') -' s
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r. -+!t Po rtable and Stationery England ,, a
." _t"tb.r.VlbraUDC8hatt ,Rotary Boilers; Sawmills; U'oodwor
ahutWoraato.NTbreadJCAWI tIcAJ. log' Machinery and Supplies.: ''Complet ,
.. REV.be.tat..! tiwim tae wilt.bTilt Robber 414 :v/i, line carried In stock.. EJbera r

\ Ma.a.Ma.t..i.r..chiww..d.ewi.wdt.st sucim. CiMiAUTOe.eaOt. When Wantiiig New Tires lr P' "y;1:J j term agents* Writ for the for Old' catalogueState Oas sad .

e.-uv.b..Ik*H 1 ...!.ta__ I ; : d '',..J. ...'. (4,- Oasolia rMACHINERY..X tt
0-C..r...trOTfa oat. .aal. 'r" .. . "1..t.,.
t .... by' -........ .......:.a17. _OR OLD ONES RESET .* ''": _t 7i
ro.sa.a.r !
,
Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. Write R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO FLA..

t Co.. KiSsimm e. Fla. the Only Rubber Tire Man in South Florid |

a. He floes the work right and his price'

is right. See him before you go elsewhere.He .

Benedicta will save you money and freight.Respectfully MO 0

0 ST E R R .

% '"A WOMAN'S MEDICINE"O ,.. ,
JEWiELER AND -, ;. \ $s& A rS

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'. WATCH REPAIRER. I R. L. HOLLAND

'' {k- |\ YOu Cf7ER the til*..ofso --hood. pall and see tnv Line of Watch"Old' : MATTRESS

., u many women do fuller r Do yonwant \"atches taken as Part Payment .
tout well wttbont the ass-ttr
? ,of painful exaaBlnatkMis&-bur&8m&C on New Ones. : .
; oonsvltatloasr Do.w.Dt to take a .r BUILT NOT SJUFFED
+i rely right Into your BOOM aart an 1
J'OUWl'j Any article of Jewelry Promptly' Ordered

a C, A. CAttSOR JOMR .. LBa. ... a:CA.It5O",
t BBMED1CTAIs upon Request.M. ." ........." _-......... Ca.bl.r.It
a"Wo uur. KadtdsM. A .as.Atptloa
of a irsleiaa who -a la the utmOr of .... State Bank of Klss.itiitiee
s '-. IM. his ...etslty. U was MdncoissraUybyluaa '" ,
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y e ta Ia18 praetlcav It bas f Kissimmee Fla.
TILLER' ,
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pass sod sace.stany' by Utousaafls otrsan

ti Vs ware......a.tac sjkrstelaM 1M7 ban also foaaC__na Pro-waI.c. t Real I Estate AgeHcy.I } PAID liP CAPITAL.......-.-... ... s N 000 00

aab1.aaMmaat.wbaa tats deetn4 10 avoid STOCKMOLBBwS LIAflLITYDBPOSITOSI9 ,... ....,... .. see 00 :
.upsrseba.s .. .... '
1 SBCOMTT.i" '''''' : ese 000 eo rzc'1
d' RNfDICTA'.p Realty bought and sold. --
Is a TacetaMe naaidy. it Is .... Houses rented. | Prosspt aa4 C.eetrl Attesitlosi ...... .to ."< 'saatter* ..-
bola
moots", ..... ail baits ta.wa to ...... I: Taxes paid snd Titles vera.. .rst.s.tr st4 to si*. BxckasiRe na, good. at all fwlsita at cfceaYOUR .

p eps.tlas wb sk""'a woadsthl earattve ified for non-residents. t < BUSINESS ,SOLICITBU
sad tow eIIIIct ago.W IsrU spai sad Fire. life and Accident Inf .
1 _
r' a.n- pAMa wflhoat -.IM '
,, __.......__I_tenable that wore wIndem f
.....w..ytautb.r.Ii.otaeuteofthls t I Bonds.! 9 r

4 1tIIMI..... ......... wilt.. sot-sdta'Myray --_......_-.--y.-- -, I
d Or.asdaaaDyev.ft. P A.,VANS,,AONEW GUARANTEED
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t1 pt sinNeantdlya.4.dsafldeafyash G. F. KKIBBS: -I I ATTOKMBr LAW........ II W.LVauMzer&Co.. NOT TO MAT OR fe *
.........- IIIII.Nl1..... e"I. < I AND, NOTAKT''' PUBLIC, I| .
\\0 -attAe1atta.aI eug.o.g _a......,..-. ATTOHNSTTATtAWiOffice ,'
'.l Det eat ba.. --........a.a.Nmmag ''KISSIMt.mE"FLA: .' -
daat4 r-.. weal .ry M tam... in the' eourt""HOuae-Kls: BR'OK. E'RS Fox B&L1BY.W. .a

.'..........w- takt.f ILN : shames., Florida. ... -
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6m With whom will be aasoolatad to &be,. ,Lift Sandhill Craaes.:OtUrs, Wood REAL. ESTATE: : B. MAKINSON: GO.
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., -1 y ,. I trial of causes the law mm of, Daoks and Big Fox SqatnvU. HIP ., ..
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