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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 27, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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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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. ,. : Senator Mallory Morning.. ' : .>; I.j.if; : I's; ,. :' ""i etc 1 ,.'. ... i l 0t, '' "- r ,, ,
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homejn 1t.1.tbe Hon. ; i "" 'J1.:' ,

.of.ttte: Nation. Mallory United States ( Most 1 / "1jJ"'....., i.- sl;
Florida and "
one of the
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lights for the : -
Telegrams;from;:''William''' .J. Bryan announcing his' 'appointment ,.ar,. Senator Mallory l dled .' ."

tosuaceed.thelamentedjMallory J as' United Statei:Senator for several weeks, having '.
celved several of Ws 'frlend were re- general breakdown, : / :,, N'ewYear"
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morning:, 'and by noon ,the whole! town had heard supporters the news here"and yesterday were reJoicing has stroke shown of /great caralysls Interest;. and i I i' # T1' .; :

I dyer the splendid Christmas present that.ac1 fa117 to -the lot .Lion throughout his and in I _
.of this Osceola coun4jr'boy. x <* : -- Funeral services will be "

,. the remaics of the late .
The .cksonvU1e'Metropo1l8
tells the tale
of his rapJd..jise
in 'af-
fairs political such a splendid manner thaKwe, 'produce'the article in o'clock special;request'tomorrow of the : '

full beloW.: will be oo omdal / reeting. {

----. --- services by his .
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William J, B.., a. the eloquent and' 'state administrative, and l /
: vie campaign/ .Tor Governor. Mr:' \ ...... .
brilliant' Jacksonville: lawyer, has body Throughout the. ; -=* .\
Bryan himself
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been appointed United States Senatorto allied with Goveraor'Dreward' political friends and ,, -:
's forces, and managed his \ ._"n.,
succeed.the late lamented Stephen sent telegrams of '
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n: Mallory. "I campaign, soocesifulljr landing/ him in signified their, '
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the coveted o'ftloe. ,
made present at the services .. .. .
The; appointment was Wednesday .
In 1903:! he 'Instituted the licensepro.eoutlona ,t
by Governor, Broward, and will) lion. Stephen Russell frlende' I.-I ' r
To and 'I' :
striking and low my patrons ,
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give general. 'satisfaction. throughout born November!, 1848 . '. !
.Un. and filing; total of 1,800 Informgyionp V
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L. .Florida, ae Mr' Bryan possesses all containing .e"erat.Doted' "' ,.
the eeoeasary to make bringing In a wealth of Hls'tather a native of talc this of '"
C allocations a law'a opportunity' expressing ,
money depleted treasurv and ,
worttw successor to Senator' Mallory, Trinidad.was Chosen M, .'
solving the license for l'
VUtaa reoordt both.. public and problem the senator from the State of ss. .
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private' that' is "absolutely. unassailable county.In 1904 he for 1851, and his son ; rmy appreciation of the liberal:share ': .
Was a candidate .delegate .
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,'and with' talents most remarkable from the State, at large to the footstep The. Just J. . <. ,,';S .1 ; ;A.

take,blab'his friend rank1' in"believe the isrreatest.that he law will Democratic national convention. and ator Virginia entered the the autumn )" ,,: 'of. patronage accorded' 'me" during tf. :7.

was not only elected but led his '. ,
ticketby In the spring following Si d)
making body; 'of this nation .' .
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more than one,thousand votes: "
'' pointed a. midshipman, :
Few men in public life have ever Mr. Bryan yesterday was 'W. Jlooo.&tu1ated In November i of the, .. the past jrear. The: lire years 'duringwhicll -. . .: ;J
reached such aa enviable 'position In ': ,
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so short a- time ,as' baa William J. by.friends.:hundreds' of entered Georgetown i ,..: ., ,,* \ r :
Bryan.His career .. most creditableto warm personal They wereaeemlDelf District of Columbia, ;: I have been' th business ,. .,.v. '
aa proud of the .appointment institution be graduated , , "f ; , ,
himself and to Florida where hewas' as was tbe appointee himself. and entered the ,.. e. ,,. i ly
1 born and 'reared. When be Regarding his appointment be gaveout teacher Until 1111/being -- -- .
takes the oath of offloa-nert month ,be In in'Klssihimeo have been years of, :
the ..t.atem.atf"I
following !
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,wilt betbe youngest United .St.ala8ea wish the untagfped and nnterrifiedemocracy n.ior.MalJor1'came .
t.IM In that most, distinguished > to know that I am going to continuous" "
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body and those who know him best get some .1 growthIn, my list ofgatron8rwh"lch :.t,
devote every power and: energy of his city and two airs ', .. ..
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and lave him for his noble traits of mind soul We have: .. .. .
body. and to, making .them elected to the lower- ,; ;: ;' .. '
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character declare thai be 'jlll make the best Senator any State ever bad. egislature. Following : \ : is gratifying and eyidences -' ',

good*"" "I. shall continue to be a candidate two terms in the ..... ,, kinds of .' , ;
Since Senator Mallory'a death Mr. and will not ;retire. fro h the race,, served. the ,x r' '

Bryan has been, regarded by Democrats under'any conditions, until after the third congress as a ;.. that;ray efforts to giro the r-' *,

swoerally a. the leading candidate votee are counted. March 4, 18VT. be began' now.' On :. ""..,.. .-. !'. . .' I'. 1 I .,, /" .
fer-tbts position. Tile appoint ''.From among those who are eandidatiM In,\be. United States I \ I. "
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me iato::will arouse' enthusiasm among for the nomination for -halted reelected In 1903 I Pickle- *". :';' : People the f4"or goods( at reason-i .1": '. .

bU thousands "of 'supporters'. over- States .Senator, I believe that be not expired. .? ..
I'J ; should be chosen who best Throughout : .
can serve his ," .
':...+. ...4. Bryan la a'' South Flor- : : : v ablb'prices tsaydi' .been apPrea1M4L "
.. the n.opleot Florida In erystallitlngtheir Senator Mallorv baa 'We .have : .
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... a loa of Bon. 'John M. Democratic! faith Into'natlona, the quiet but i .''', J -". , I...

-. \',oae' ,of Florida'sbeet and I...- Ills. purely a..ajjuettloa of. ...service. In which brought '. i\ii
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elt1e .' The father I. kinds of 'During. the coming I: ski'.be.
a est to his ''state. year. ,

,.11..+te ot sets HaaMtooa been eewstty.prominent. of thisbaV ', In "That'Democrat can render thai be*t. His'work was done CvvfJaLaJii'S: y ,....,"all"trit' ... .: t,J;, >"V ,1. ','?,? : . x ,. i-VlS', '' .,;;11.;''..; ,. '. f. n. .
8s : service who can really and sincerely, oughly, tot Qn, .the floor at ew ; "
." : refiRfI te ... nMnd .WItIt. I''I.-'I./! 4
petlb h(; .rolslaMe. tweftton. of rAtate "'" In heart and mind In accord with t.be I but in his room and .cALL '" '.'
aftjntsaber ..._, 5f.Jj'_ .: : :
IJ'I", Senator a represented. .. 'm"'''''I ,
principles and beliefs of the rank am d whom he I : Ii. .' '" ,,- ; f. :'!('1J.' .
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of tbe Railroad Commission IJe'of Florida's Democracy*, and has I Came forth. : on every /.. .I OHlpleto'I1Re. ;of,/'$eede--aid' :wit a
, ,lo ... '!... making a most admirable .. ,
been to, In season and Out. . r the fullest details In his SHOP : .' r ,
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' I t.eoI'lL:;. a cladlcbt.er private citizen,..a public 0 I comprehensive gasp of ., ( '

::William J,.Urvan' 'Is a native of Or bftlcjal, a lawyer, doctor; editor out to'be; preformed. bit.of It shelf worn. My stockJs J, .ti .

{sage county, or that portion ,of It f&rmer.or what not." reg'afdlesa: Of his state. Only a few days : ,k.:C nconstantly
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,. ,which after dl vision by Legislature local habitation. the serious condition of Old Stand. '. .' \,
became He declared that movIng and new goods ; .
Osoeola county, was a thorough with be be w '
"I am In / strapathy' ' ,
;; .,,lip,- v .I" r ,
young Florida' cowboy* and looked the militant, upstanding. Democracy; as candidate for re- !. .O' f

,'after fhe his orange father's grove' cattle which,and his workedon fatherowned. Of leaders the nation as'Drvab., .. personified' of Nebraska,by "ucb and; tbstbewould senate. and at retire the .. ... :>re'arriving.,to tulle its plaeewhich'. ".! " '" .;' < _

Be attended the high school Governors Johnson-, Minnesota, the expiration: of his G' .' .... ;1". '" .. .t''

'Klsslmuiee; ', and lat.er'.t aded Folk of MUsourl, Smlth.'of Georgiaand then his physicians Insures my' patrons all that'is. hew- ,
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Emory College,. 'wberf" %e. graduatedVth.hpnon Napoleon By; Broward.. ,, of" Flor struggle, with death. was : 1 .. .' '
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\ The yser-sfter 'he: tried ida., ., -8. I. little hope and his final C r!** i i' . :;

,'farming by day and :bard\ ; study bynigfc'v -"[ Hive agreat'admiration lor the I morningwae. not D S ,. est :and mqst''up-to-date. In malt* '- : '

,thue'dtttng'himself for,Washington democracy.an'd ustoe's. and' unfllnchliig ' .. L' . .. ,ru- .... .I.. ,.. ,
. and le 'Ualereltit-a, Lexlort l i determination .to do .their duty That It,J i' T : V':*"*

'tonYs.. :'where be again achieved which' Governor Hushes; ot' Ne wand Cough yourself wander Into a- WORDS togselections of stock ,it is my rule '.It 0", .

, 'manhonors_ ,* graduating "at this York, and Senator LaFollette. .01' well.then If you will why only ...r I '' ...;>; great Institution In Jone, 1899.Bethen"came .' Wisconsin bane gtveVrevidenoe. Ballard's--Horehound :: : OUALrrY".tHE : { '
.l lo ::Jacksonville' .to "I am,by birth; education and ..intense cough will be a thing of 'Will to make. BEST. :, . ': '
'office of la positive for ... ' : ." *
actloe law; entering the conviction\ Identified with th": a Bronchitis cure-and .. .. ,. ,,# I
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. errs & Bryan, the latter being hip and sa. aches of 'a '
State of Florida ope..t.o contribute bottle
diseases. One .
;' brother and the" former the c'ltrat i : -< : ,. riltST ESSENTIAIj.. The dlscrlmlnatlng a
:!; > all,tbe strength and vigorous vou-at your druggist, ; free .... .. '
," Jacksonville.. He afterwards. Sold bv Roberson's urinary ,
torney manhood and :.unflinching courageOf ',. ,',. ', '
adjoining the l law kld ,
| rentedasroom' a firm believer In the righteous" ,any :
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(Hoes 'of, D.' U' Fletcher,. working ness 'of Ma conduct Jo the, State, .In Reaves--O'8e Ull how this 'purchaserlong;' ; since,

I Itb/Mf.s'Fletoher ,on' many case,, which my people, harloiKbeen of .the Married, at the home about '" ' ." v'l .' -, I } < .

fterwardshe formed a' ooapartnerrhipwith : pioneer. families In the period .Of parents, on Wednesday to hun learned that: sJ1o'ddy'go :are 'not" "

: hitbrother; :>> and _this .law settlement and developement 'to' 3, p. m., Mr. .&.: .. .. .
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rm'of Bryadlk'B.yan la one of 'the wholly belong. '" I/issie Reaves, lte> .' C. L Street, : I: '

;leading "and" "most successful In.: the ."I shall accept :the,, U>..roo '"J officiating.The bride, Is the, / to 'do It. cheap *at .any:price.: "- ': '. '

, estate,';, commission and) I propose to Justify and Mrs.J, T.'Reaves, with :, ., : %.

I. :-. ,In'18 2'I.Brlan.wH' Overwdtietm. his action In the minds of all falr- and U one of Osoeola strongly : :: .. 1

'"' malt elected, '(JnuD I' ","Sollcjtor.j' ,and minded Democrats and unSacrgtng by an devotion earnest, energetic to beautiful The groom and is charming the .. 0.lnxneed)".. Kid of .' ': "tVislilngieach: and. every. .'onea. '.....,', ,," .,

, 'bag, held the om6e-i('er,itnoe. pe has Interests of tbe people .. Is humanly J. F. O'Berryr and Is & ; caused ":J I, ., '1 1\.. '-' ,."
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always ln fortune / '
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vlarorous '
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did and
.,:,the;! law and'the; prosecution, 61crlmtnalai'Sbortij "1 shall /go .Washington withSenator growing industry at I not. 'Happy Prosperous.. .. 'f.
, lower East Coast where ', .
and they 'j. ,;, ,. : .. -
Tallaferro try to learn grew J't "
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to catch on and get buv bulh and furnished me up.'. I "I" 'S< . ', .. ,'"' .4 1,
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a toihUoBoe Mr, Bryan notified the brides .. die! ..'. ." ,, .. F
"I have planned whirlwind campaign a.1 a s It'4 k .
liquor' ; Interests. rlhat" tbs law would be, already that will give courage *.r A reoe ptlon was given / .. stoop '"am' ,'..t. ; ,..,. r '!1-,, :
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ofor ed.-and then,, a )It.d. later, Inttituted to mv friends lo the coming/ primary the happy young couple' / were c'. "t 'r, ,. ;< ,. ', /,.: .' : ; : ; .
of the groom's parents : '
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law.. election. to be held some, time duringtbe .., ..... .
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prosecutions.The was '
Wednesday evening \ "'""' : 't.'u. . ,
coming, enaimer," _,, persona ;vP.'..- .. Respectfully. . ri' ; ;"
.dseIare4lo" unoonstltutlonal by theo I tended by a large remedy v "' . /. {j
.ru here:'bulr..later' when another. 'Earl to B.d who showered. .. > fulfill, the > ,- ., ', K ,\i

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:' Koseonted*e saloona again on Sundav, "won oat and closed' .Heroine happy and before wise-especially retiring, A If you positive take! Naranja.. . ,- Buffalo, J. CJjAS.t W"iA' 'NN. ;,'(..-
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the United '
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for Constipation! ,Dyspepsia '
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cure For 8.N.A.hopvequlppd ,
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.Then '
: ; proseou B-v Colombia .
an gambling .
I e. all liver..oomplainte.Mrs. ', '.=:end : Ch4liren, ';"
-V***,:*H keepers'of .gambling ',booses I I Tenn. writes: "1 always with 1'Oiatfitter for Men..Women.anct., ,: ': p''i.4
engine learn : ."
gasoline ,
"Hf eon vlote4 in two terms.UoeMrt keep supply' of your Herblne on power . ,.' .. ". '" dt: ';
other tools .
"Am pleased with the rellafItKjves and rip saws, ;. \ P. Iii'.' 'o to banc1t 10 ;., 4:1 yr I
Mica Also : .
toryen :married: I InoonsllpaUonaod all liver ous to mention. \ -'" .< '
a bell shop tools and ,stook ",j\' '''' ,,' .. . :,;Il ,J'\I.\ .; obarml&g .
1 ; and. popular:? I complaint, that words cant express pJ1.'O Mir.: .. '-' :<- -.,' :" ,
of___-.0..''''''t. ' '. ., m y, .ppreoaIL1OD., ',Sold .' by. Hobtr- known oa' Klsslmmse& ,'. I ; '.ot'? o." *.* ;TS; : ; :
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t -..weJ"done?"::-said tb.oioD I. : ... .

-IIMIl. softly:. and Charlie amddenly clapped TAft'IS8; BACK'HOME, . .. .J \. -- !;'t. .'

\, ,.., r"; his strove hasp together, and. spoke, ,
t'" Ii" a little rapidly 110 <
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w ... ", e, '"Spkndidl"! )' he said. -"Splendid}: :

ell\.1" l Everybody Is all ,that a .manager ,War Secretary Returns from - .. Y
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t-? .. . '-'- . every one for the Intelligence' and -LisMTfty lij Case Limited Invite, Roosevelt

4 l -,_ ,. 5.t ...... studied diligence with which they "have is IN- JOLLY GOODSHAPE'' In the'_antler of the wreck of the Theodore Roosevelt,,'
: their respective !
t parts steamer St.-Lucle, in.which C. D. Pen Invited to, be present and .c
When at length the two brothers, /k Ja.
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SecretS.Plee Merrunan. : _ nock and others are seeking fof'damages. midwinter exposition .
were-Jeft alone to smoke last pipe .
w before going to bed Judg.'iames W. Locke, In tae The committee ...lIle. that
JI'' 'they sat forsome"
.' 1 ._ time without speaking They Talk Interestingly of His' Long Tour United i States jcoort at ,Jacksonville, his duties, which are particularly

e.. ... had, never; .beett ,so mach together and of His Conferences, With. Foreign banded down an' order declaring P n- one at this season of'the jear'u..t,

: 'J these two. and perhaps Itwas owingto Potentates-Shies at Die nock,et, at. In' default, and' orderingthe idea| can barly accept, buttlta',

r this that they were somewhat different ; f ..lon' of .Politics.' cause proceed ea-'parte. tatlon will, nevertheless, be' ,

from other ''brothers. In their j A similar order was handed down In to him. ';
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mutual lon 'Mutual respect bad an A similar .Invitation will be.e
CHAPTER XVII, 11 dramatic entertainment; .and. as the Important place In the love they bore William.\ : Taft secretary :.of war, the matter of the launch Nat In which Fairbanks ',
Julia P. Clark and her husband were to Vice President ;
Continued. 'time came near Lena discovered toward returned from his around
each other, and as a' rule Friday trip *
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Us duties' a presiding officer o
4 With which almostcommand that she was crowing Just a little brotherly. affection Is "without It.Charlie' seeking damages. '
a Restore wu the world, bringing renswjd assurance.of senate will also keep him'in W
nervous. These orders practically mark the
knew that his
i a he bid her resume her younger
eat, and then In a masterful tone he Charles Mlatley. as stage-manager, brother was cleverer quicker-nd la Japan's. friendliness toward the Unit, end of the vital point at Issue in the ton In every probability., ? ,

"Mademoiselle'.'* he said. "I had naturally spoken much of the every way more' brilliant than himself 'ted States but declining to !ay any case, and damages that can be securedby Both' President Rooseyelt I and.:,1

must ask you to leave England at play, giving. In Ms good-natured, and he was content that It thing with,'respect to the political sit those claiming to have been dam President Fairbanks have shown:,

once. You will/ return home, and immediately lazy manner, tentative opinions and should beo. Indeed be was i and aged by the accidents that befell: the, decided liking for Florida: ''howAMI. ,

send In four resignation to asking advice of Lena and his brother proud of it-proud ,to be the brotherof nation' In this country lie his,' two vesse's' will b4 limited to thexap-, and Mayor Sebring .of JackeoaeU '
''of upon sundry situations to bo de- WInyard Mlstley. And WInyard party landed at New'> York Friday morn (
the Society of Patriots on account praised value of the vessel after-the trusts that this liking will| prove siwan
your approaching marriage with picted. Of all' had he fully treated the observant was fully aware that ing. The big secretary; said' that be wreck. enough to Induce them' to atraJn *Jpolat ..

Monsieur Meyer which will dltqnalltr excepting; this one"moat trying scene this big grave brother of bas was a make, the the
and trip 4to'
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between herself. and Wlnrard. and better man than himself.On had bean too long out of intimate touch The steamer 81 'Lucle owned by the j
a. 'Hare "
member. I'roar
yon a position that marks the greatest'thttaf..
promise that you will leave here- this he appeared content to leave'totheir this particular evening Wln- with political affairs at home ''to- discuss Florida East Coast railway and ..m I .
discretion. yard >ployed> on work In connection with the of Its kind ever attempted in the.susajj.puts.lde .. .
If not to-morrow; a' soon tos possible I felt a strange-Increase of affection / them la any way. One of Mr.Taft's ,
? I ak this of you though It ala Instinctively she knew however,. toward his brother. Never before .Interviewers,, bad the, temerity extension of the railway oVer the keys, of the great world fairs-:-****. ;

any power to command. And now that the part was. within the scope had they possessed so Many,Interests to ask- was lost In the hurricane of October 18, were backed by the United State jaw*' "

1 bee of you for the sake of Iran of ber little-tried histrionic powers.She In common; never bad the I ] "Well. Mr. Secretary; .tell us.'who .Is '1906 and the appraiser fixed Its value ernment Itself or' at least. 1DaU 7assisted'lhereby :

Meyer, for, the sake of all Ton, lore felt that she could endow It thought come so prominently 'before, Tour choice for president"Amid .. after the wreck at only ',SO. ,. "

on earth, to give' np forever -your with lit. and semblance;. and, above I his mind that too little' .bad been r laughter In which he heartily The launch Nat was destroyed by ., v

connection with any political society. all. she understood the character of said between them too much. left to joined. the secretary replied: fire ''and the appraised value of that Rush Work on'Georgia and Florid*.
the girl she Intended the imagination . '
Politic is not for women; It ''Is a to repr rent. "I guess I will have to leave that vessel was even less. than that of the ,John Scott; president of'thofinfjru; -.
Such stage Intercoase as she had Charlie sat by the open window of '
man's workleave It to'men.' Every to Inference." S i. Lucie. Construction company in Imiisilujl.
with Charlie gave her no trouble. the little study In a low l Basket-work:
woman who has meddled with It has These were'hrought the his resignation from that office,to>4tt*
w He was. indeed supposed lobe her chair and smoked with (that good- Mr. Taft left for Washington on an cases under >.

brought to those misery who to loved herself her..'and* *sorrow lover; but of an old standing In love natured placidity and sense of strong early afternoon train saying that accumulated Harter act and are of'speclal moment, board. f directors of the .Georgia'aA: ;

which In because they are the first canes brought Florida railroad, announce that:! .;
The and therefore less embarrassing; repose suited so well his' fair matters the war department .
girl slowly relied her to
Ills, and watched his earnest eyes face as while the difficulties that lay In Win- face and splendid stature. WInyard, would probably keep his nose lI>>der: the act before Judge Locke whoIs reaaon.be ha taken this action 1*.Iba*. M Mall +;I

fee spoke. There mast have been 'yards path of a cross and undercurrent seated near the screened Ore-place to the official grindstone some Umoto recognlzed-as an authority upon admiralty the work he had undertaken"'tor-' ,

'' something strange In her gaze: for stream of passion flowing smoked .more rapidly, as It to keep come and that the preparation of matters: and whose long 'ex: the railroad has been completed,'........*

i 'young'fellow winced beneath It. Into and discoloring ,..(lh,Ita Tlllalnyhe pace with his quicker thoughts con. his special rePort on the Philippines perience with admiralty case Justine work !Included'the making of-surveya.". .'

It bed never been his lot to' look on purer .snd colder river of mild sumlng more tobacco enjoying It pertaps which will be In book form would this recognition. mapt"ilans.'pofiles. etc. for;the', ..

genuine,.hopeless 'misery before; but affection, required a tact and dramatic less. The calm peacefulness of also require much of his time In the' strnctlon of the various 'connt tfdK- }

be Instinctively'recognised what heaw delicacy which Lena knew. him his words brother's. demeanor quelled the near future Some N.w.Corporl UonL lines 'of the Georgia and Florida j-alt*".
his
to that
were "'Ilhl.n. heart.
possess.The
: In those"sad blue eye*. first rehearsal bid fair to real bid him to _be' AS self-contained and Looking exceedingly well, the seersLary following new .corporation have!r &cL. Mr. 1ffI.'Be.mts.' chairman'offthe ; .

"I will go. said Marie, softly. lie the misgivings of the elder'ladles, self-suppreaslng, drove badk the restless has taken dally nye mile walks on been authorized during the past week: .executive committee of the;bo.td;- '

Then Win yard mechanically movedtoward'lhe so intensely ridiculous- was It after eagerness of his soul and spoke the decks: of the Grant during the thirteen The Bishop Harrison company;, of directors and-vice president, of"th, .. .J'!'
door With
of the,bead he a left'silent them.Inclination the preliminary nervousness had of a quiet. attendance on the course days' trip from Hamburg. Alachua J. C. IHihop president; J. K. construction: company, ha beea chosW"]

Meyer alone returned the salutation, quite worn off. This was the result of events which was beyond his comprehension "It Is the height of foolishness' to Harrison secretary and treasurer to succeed "Mr. Scott It Is announce*: "

but did not stir' from his position of a deliberate plan on the part) of and bad no place In his talk posslbla: war with Japan declared 'Capital stock 2f,040.. Filed December that the actual construction wUh.,be, v

: near to Marie DakoYl :h. the stage-manager whose experience character. the secretary., "Japan doesn't 11, 190T.. pushed forward from this time onrset

"Yon see" he whispered. "she Is taught him that rehearsal beginningwith If WInyard that could on'.y have seen desire war with us._ And we certainly The Springfield Pecan company.Montlcello rapidly as tie. '.nd rails can be.tatoV

going mad!I" laughter usually, finish up with beneath he calm have and indifferent ex do not desire war with Japan. If' there ,' Abe Simon, president) ; S. and that the 'road will be In operatsea. ''r
terror might put Into'words
.\fr")" In all and- through all WInyard'Mlstley successful acting WInyard and the thrill was any war spirit anywhere in Japan D. Clarke, secretary and treasurer. by the fall of 108.. <
unusual
Lena were not In the first and of brotherly love I failed find
> scene to the slightest note of stock
was eminently practical.) Capital
Charles that warmed his heart. But Englishmen $20,000. Filed December % -I
Are quite alonehe asked. Mlstley's part was too unimportant It Everywhere there was talk of continued II '
yon
11 On
1901. of
not.'made account ;a disagreement
'. to have effect/ on it and are so, and the moment ,Oferthe
;
'Ha.. you no friends In England Mr, Wright, who..as passed, never to return;.the opportunity peace. I speak confidently about Sunlight Oas Lamp company Jack schedule the lines Interested.hm.the :; t
prompting,
Has she no maid, even with her" this. Our trade relations with Japanare
bad but little work fo do. The second : came"no more and Silence sonville. George Duncan, president;' ANbert operation of tne Chicago and Flew
"Yes. she has maid who Is now scene began in the same manner. numbered another victim to her ruthless extensive and are coo.taDUy'crow- N. Duncan, secretary. Capital Ida Special o.eJoltbe' palatial,traeae-\ M

but sleeping Intelligent-in her room.. She is young, "Win. this will never do.,! whispered bow and a:>ear. It la only on the'I ing. Japan' exports amount annually stock $15,001. Filed December IS 1907. operated,during\ winter ,season .forthe
by stage that mea bavo time and to about 1160,000,000, of which'we '

Charlie. "It Is opportunity American Co-operative' Aa8oelatloo.Jacboll..lJIe.
convenience
"You more like a and comfort: of trIsts "
must rouse her::: Let her to make that little farewell take about one-thlrs. Tho
persuade mademoiselle to to bed. boardschoolexamination than any exports consist W II. 'Ames" ,' president; .have decided not to Inaugurate. jt- l
go speech which Is to a graceful finish largely of lace .
thing else We put matting goods, '
mual wake them J. ), January
G. Intended
and she up McKensIa on B.
must remain by her side to- to secretary. Capital rt,.
somehow." our comedy, clearingup the em brolderle. and other fancy work; lathe
:. nlghU In the If stock: "0,000. Tiled December During former the
morning mademoiselle .WInyard doubtful passages, explaining' away production of which fi. seasons trait -AAo- .
'obeyed his brother' many people
Is better, you must get her Instructions misunderstandings, and mingling a t07, been'operated over .seven lines.;;-....
and are Interested. "We. In turn, ;
, on receiving lib ship vast
away from here at once. If-If she Introduced view cue. I prayer for charitable remembrancewith Bryant Turpentine company Botts.. pain* and expense have not b enpnM

[.fir' ,a worse, send to me. and, my. mother r the performance two elements rrlment 'Into andearnest the rumble of the curtain roller. ,quantities to of the flour Japanese.oil and. 'such'This,.commodities R: L. Dryant.'praldent'J.'C.J :McAro ed Iu'glring'a,..me.second< to u.-.. '

r will come to her-a woman will .acting which It almost seemed as If WInyard Mlslley -- is sortof thnr secretary: and treasurer Capital However the Dixie Alyer'wbh. *, to.
be .
can trade a great
know best what Is to be com pacificator. .
4 done. I bined with great facility./ knew that this was a last chance "What about, the' Pacific fleet stock 10000. Filed December 14, 1807. practically operated b7.th...... II.aa 1
can not understand
--anything .but
; .breaking down that Invisible barrier .
In between Chicago and
the -
i midst of all the JacksoevIIN'rllpIyear
J am'conrincedthat'mademoleele Is laughter which stood between his broth- "The aalllng must hare been-a magnificent .
' 'not going mad; It la only temporary. the Idea suddenly came, to WInyard er's heart and his',.own a barrier sight..*We have fine ships 'anda At Argyle small. town east,of Penscols -,' round wlll'beimproved..In aw *(' '

I think 'It must be what Is called hysteria. that It would be worthy triumph which was naught else but shyness fine personnel, and so' long as the Alexander Anderson' while fort to make"p for:the deflclency:,tW"train .

;: .*. Have yon no friends la Eng to quell ,the merriment supplementIng and a habit of reserve on either side.It I Pacific ocean' belong to "us as much .crsx d with drink,.drew a revolver and will be operated,.through;to 'Jt*. ."

land t""We. which: It is with the opposite emotion; almost seemed as If his Imagination ..s.to. anybody else, I see no 'reason I shot his personal friend. G. A. Wood!I Augustine and the schedule; eD>I.

.. have; but so near at head In the head, killing him Instantly.:The more satisfactory In every'way. ,' '
one- a Monsieur In could span the 400 miles'of. silent why we should not send our chips there j *'
a .
3acobl. 01 London.**' '"* whisper he said to Lena: two bad been |I :
,"Now we will show night-ridded land that lay between en a practice cruise. The Japanese ar. drinking together, and MMMttVM "
''Monsieur. Jacobl, of London. can: do!" leavingher them to .what we him and two crahaired.graye too intelligent and high-minded to attribute at the time "!were sitting In *v store* L. Modt Jacksonville! ,. one..4bsr

who Is bet" aiked WInyard. It, as sbo'collide understand! faced men. who were at that any false;.motives talking.-There bad been no quarrel or.(I most widely known.abstractortat': ,

hi II"; has"I know him very slightly;' but he But' ODII she'did understand,. and moment speaking; of him within a ."My trip bad ju' Its only! definite'ob harsh word., ,I Anderson after firingthe'fatal state spent several day In Oalne...1S
been
''musician kind and_to snd, Marie.Is lie I Is a aided him beyond his expectations. little curtained. room beneath Weltmlnater' ject aVport conditions in the Phil shot, staggered from the room ,,the past'week..ecuring,:record*..,....' 'r
.
'With some society to which-Marie connected be- The difficult scene",appeared to pass' If'be could great read tower.the It.seemed addressed as ippines. My 'visit to JapaD'was only to the gallery in front of the store and the United States landpmc.for. :,

I longs.-' away as If it were a portloo'of their to him. and containing message the- Incidental. Traveling by '''commercial fired the remaining 'cartridges. In' his, tie. In Madison, county. It might; fc*.

t x '.WInyard shook.hie head. ."11... Is real and earnest lives-for life Is as mandate of an almost certain doom steamer. w" bad to stop ,there' and ,It pistol In the air after. .bleh b. fell to i Intereatlng. to alate that alnce. >41/1; ,

c-, no good, then," h* said.' '"You must real U and Is earnest'U) the merriest of usas that lay beneath the; anxious states was only courtesy'for me to'pay my the floor In a drunken stupor.and'' Jay,I j there baa Deedmor.'ILan. 1JOW pateats, '

D.- go to your Consul that Is aiL If I and to those who pall long faces mans* hand. respects to the emperor. The' trip there until the sheriff was.summoqed.When ., homestead entries'taken. tip In Jad-., '-

i; do 1I0t'b. I' from yon by eleven tomorrow sheer suffer force.from dyspepsia.. By the through Russia 'was made ..JI&rlly' Informed the next 'morning! 'of lion county alone, which abowa that te;: h

,' morning.I: .will know that carried her of hi* elr.matlc'po1ll'et he CHAPTER XIX. save time and partly because lv: had bathe bad done be. was (early days, thcro' was a vast' area':of

1; You have left Walso; bat If yon require ward the talent away.and of brought for On Duty. | crossed the Pacific six times and was ed with"grief and remorse" yer1ll'belm'l: ( United State land In that now fertile,'

.I:!: ......tanc. ()f. any-description, which expressing pathos rather anxious: to see the declared knew,'nothing of-what had county,' There I.* 'no public <
,.. he had detected when she had The following ''mornlug at- the new territory; lands,;ln. i

Put writer to me or telegraph) at,, once. sung unwittingly' to him. ,For the breakfast table, a telegram was handed My visit was In no" sense official. Bo. occurred. ,. ..Both'ODDI' men are. ,.mem Madison county to speak of now, bow-: '? ..'.

t. .;W-I-H7y-a-r-d-my name In full-WInyard- moment she was no longer! happy to Winyard, with the .Intimationthat many,, courtesies were shown me that hers ,of prominent.' families., ever .as the :majority' .of those 'who'have' ... !

'It.' > no mistake the address, so that Lena Wright-for assuredly nothing the messenger was awaiting the the moment I put foot.on Russia soil -.. taken' advantage, ofthe'' borne" \

: :. me, 'for- I can have/done arise Do not thank could whisper of-sorrow In her young reply. The young mao brojte.OpeD I could not hare refused.- even had l Special: excursions.are to be, run by stead rights, together with their! ; ""II"r': ;.-

. Oood-nlgbt.". ,nothing yet. life=bat the heart-broken girl part the envelope" and read the flimsy pink I desired to do,so.. the. Invitation to all 'of the railroad of, Floridadaring! .and-craodaoa., have proven thrifty, fit:. .:

ti..r .. And'so they parted. ing from her lover forever; and h.. paper. It took him scarcely a coupleof an-audience with.the emperor. I .was, the Florida,mid-winter ,International Isens and farmers.and: ',have beenpamong'the ;

-ir Ivan Meyer WInyard Mlstley acted the part) as seconds to glance over it, and he much impressed by the emperor's per-, exposition..at Jacksonville. .*.n moat energetic
reentered the cottage. If'' arrang \ : f
he knew proceeded .Immedlat l spirit.lsr
too to \
fill In"the "
I and closed the door. Marie was anguish he depicted) well .the pain) and address In the reply form inclosed.- souallty and..bis entire familiarity: with ing ,lot the eseursloa.,.,,th..state '1II'1lJbemapped the upbuJ dln. of that -eounty.T: .,
so cleverly.
;;!' waiting 'for him .in'the little parlor.) First the laughter died All at the table noticed that there was current 'affairs-' especially':' American' out Into twobig'divisions, _" .

x; She Was sitting by.the table and her vanished the last smile, as away these then two no"hesitation no Indecision In his politic.' the dividing line 'from .- Archer to ,Judge Wrlglitl1 In the''federal' ) court.; ;*"

J".' ttl..d.i..eharacterlaed. : by"u peculiar searched deeper: and deeper Into movements and they remembered "At Moscow'I had the rathernovel: Gainesville, to Rochelle' to Hawthorn .t'na..IIII1... ILL granted temporary. .:

, stillness which bad no feeling every human heart for the emotions that Incident later. ,Sited be added experience: of dining one'evening with and to Palatka. E1Icur.lonl. at arate, restraining'order' prohibiting, the- d
iof repose about.,, He stood.watching which the "' an official who naxt day was made the of fare wVe .
cannot fall to be hidden some single word .yea. aDel handed one pin If cent) for.tJui round at East St Louis'of railroad

her for some,momenta, with weary, where'there. It was almost an In the reply over his shoulder,to the target of a bomb.,, This wasGovernor/ trip/will; be rUD..from point south of II.property Florida land .and
,yearning eyes and haggard face. valued. at $lO.. rl.
y spiration, and quite a'passing stroke servant. General Gaersehelmann."I this line on 'January IS and
: 29. February \ I 004. '
: 'h arle,". he said at length In a or gamut No ,word of forethought "May I trouble you;for the Jam- ,. was much pleased ,with 'COlldl '12.and se. March 11 and'12 ___The. order was Issued..against" .
t voice that wa no longer pleading as had passed between he aald..lth..n..lmpudeDt-.mU. tions : and toe Illinois State.Trust; company ,>.T : i. ,.
of old them and yet no toward Im\( the Philippines. They, were April L-.TIckeU: ]rill be limited to'two East St.. Louis ;
"let
:
u* understand each mistake could: "be )(raWright and '' the Apalachlcola Northem .'
detected-the art ; It was only much'better than I had.hoped for" In to' -- /
other. days addition the date ;.
of u&le.:
Railroad .
If art there.were, was so well hidden after he had helped himself largely jSocretary Taft;arrived In eompaD7, the St. JosepJ*; .+ \ "
Washington Ticket from ,
"Yee Inn ,
: points north
she replied softly, so craftily covered that none could to that condiment that he- tossed the over, the Pennsylvania railroad of the said I Land and Development! company. the-; 4 ri
"What dividing line
liw a at the
do'ou'oot'underatand""' determine where telegram to,his brother at same rate and with Floridacompany '
It lay the '.bead evening their, mortgage!*&
Friday at 6:25o'eleck..
II* came nearer, and. leaning 'one The spectators were bushed Into of the table.' Life bad, it seemed,.for station : At the 'the same limits, can.be purchased for bondholder and others on the petIUo,

band upon the back of her chair be silent wonderWith the him no earnest-side at all. to'me..t the' secretary' were, a recursions to be' run January ':'U of David 8om William: .. .
majority R.. ". I
rsti Hass.1
+ beDt loyer' number of the;officials of ,
the.war and
'- her. them; however It.was merely a'piece The bite'of toast which Mrs.;Mist- and 80; February' IS and( 27. March H.:Trump and D.,II.; Bevetly'who'a.k! >
"Will you 001'db. "what the. Eng of clever acting ::". an exhibition of ley' had Just placed between her other :I departments, who gave him a 12and; . 26, and April J. for the Injunction : : -
.
"
lishman. until '
a.taT' : dramatic hearty welcome. Secretary Taft- In the:case"eanK:
"" talent such as lies In the strong short teeth tasted as no toast -. be brought to rH
."Alin.he'Yes."! she replied; In a dull voice. power of most of.U.. though the demand had ever tasted to her b lor. It wasa reply.'expressed great pleasure la' .Alte,.beloC" stabbed" In"the 'back-,( witha :eoggLr'i, -\.adjudltlon'ln' ,the Misso .
; asked, with 'for It .peculiar mixture of' reaching home again.: When Secretary : "pv. -
lips. trembling. . > may never comeBut absolutely;; :file, by- Thomas., House, maDa ofa .
r. a
to 'two' of them' It was ,something. flavor and a nauseating bitterness,, Taft alighted from the train his friend 1 ..
at
poet|
"Ye*.' Ivan, al We will 'go to more;: ; .The prompter'drew( in a long She knew that this. telecram ',.... Important In official life aid a number of, news room Plant City Will Hobbs; 'The Orlando Farm and Tmck'*OM- .
,:AmerIca, as you desire. Oh deep '''breath-- and .20years'old,, recently from' 'Georgia, pany la'CMUna busy, : arb'dlvldti
I am BO and glanced: [nervously ; meant the end of.these paper men gathered around bin/.aDd an They ,
"
tired My head Is throbbing I toward the stages-manager., course happy days;,,:all her five senses were Impromptu' reception occurred.: : Mrs; struckHouse' over, the head..with a Ing..their recent purchase.,of .land'Inflsi; ;[ -:,' '

'(rlno will t'go" ,to bed .now. Good-night;. It was acting-mere acting-but Mrs., lost In i one great tbrob' of'sad 'fore* Taft and Miss Heleri"Taft remained In billiard (,Ecue,: fracturing.his: skull, 're fire-acre.,tracts, and preparing' to 'aU ..
w ;; .
s Bbl Wright did not like it.. Such acting; boding.. New' Tork city where they,will\ be the suiting In' death In three hours. House part of It, 'and put part''of, It under: ,

rose'andtended her hand such rehearsals were dangerous, and 'To be continosd.r's_ guests of the"necretary'e brother.. rid; was said to have been drinking. Hobbs'wound cultivation 'demonstrate;' the ..
to him. In possl-
a why bad . &I serious
-
wondering that r not
drawn .1* "
.
look blllties
be gray andhe
manner come .Henry W Taft, ftfr'several days.WU : was arrested. of this location'for track "'
.raised the delicate fingers.to his lips over Charles UlstJe,'. calm': facet .k": Avalinche Secret. ., *** ' " "grow ..

:heldthe-: very,+tenderly, :.veryloylngly-and "When It. was over'therewas a m oAn. Alpine avalanche has, fastn TINA I f.ANQ. COMING. '- .::' -.,;... ,.;t'" .....
; door'open> : while she mentary silence as If ''each : '
Dlrac'torOeneral '
paused yielded -Kusblbi '
rap' one of Its secrets.Last: 'Aa "
.. "'' ? has closed event of great
.. : . 11.-: present were 'waiting!'for some one ;January an oi .A 'contract' Importance's
enormous mas .leaves'plekln with
: snow Chinese Diplomat : on;: His a -Japanese 'eGDtractOI'wherebf' South Flordla took '
,e ;T>w be. 4t.pped'trtt6 a chair. and else 'speak* ,.Wlnyafd dusted some felt:front the mountains above Hall . h. :, place tecentI7"-
t'.pldJr'.t' imaginary .Journey, to/Washjncten' ,; _.. wlll__bring Jacksonville th0 Boca Grands Land
the'parafflnedistant specks of'carpet: from his and av theological student JI.m.dDecken i force : ;com puny-1
# "" .chime .t two knees as If family; prayer* .had Just perished in It. jUe: 'was. 'Wu Ting'':Fang, who: has ,tieen'ieaP.. t 'Japanese ftrPenter*,;'wlao.wSU Moo' .sale' lots''on OasparfIlia11
d hltt, ,and been offered: and '' pointed* construct tie :en trance'to; ',the.' x-v The; public :had'beau
"q, sent him. tap proceeded !.to caught while making an ascent: .on to the post'.t." Cbtaeie' tnlnls position looking1 forwi
;,, ,te;,&**,, room.-: move 'the'' furniture, and 'rearrange ski*;..All-efforts to scooter the..body ter'to't United' States In succession" : grounds. :rThl'I'entrance 'will tothis i aate.forO'feF a">y.Ar..,,Oe.i. wf

: ." ... ,... I the Improvised. stage; ...ThIa-he,. 'did fMled at the, time, bat WItn'the'melt- te'Sir'Obeng'7unXldug:
: J,. '', -' ;' ,,' .1t'.J Quietly' and mechanically. ...hlchle"ed..w.1I I lastot,the snow lathe volley It has at Pekln Thursday' 'on hi*"way to.Wash'ligloaf > Japanese" temples.; and will i make lures- er iran4.: ;a'Stockholder;"'f,qe's,
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&_ ,1't" .. '
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Introduced in' Sen i liwtlWtionVC 4 ; O ... ... ........., .10, .
j1 .
sgy A ,....... .,,........,'. : .1 ; .; ...:-." Jy cal s

.,.... ...
:, eSuilnee '
Ben Tillroan. .
[8y Thr qdt' ot,-rtrairy .tkat:asbas' ire
n., d. _l M1rHlw4 .1 .", ' i: : AL L Aill's
",'o'C-''" .y,:'" I.itaw-Yerk' : eoanrms. 'H'. a'tapett I----JIII'...:;. '" ,.,. ,,"!,'. "i ...: l'cr I' ... : alternately smoldered,; and.Jtetwea. x .. ; : ,r

ALSO .Wfcvrcing MiiaaWalker,: tae, absooadta. Oo&. .* eve.. 1E:i : "W);'l CAes.teEzo.ed ,.. ,.. ..,. i .be.iielot Jnhajr86nry.TliUimsiP4 I ihe 1 stoorlty. Jt'QVE"Q.N SVDUP. .

ret"*f ... .New Britain. s ve '

.. '.Lr.. ,.'" ,".. .....ar.' ha4'' bee* captare4a;N,, BD- J.. ( . i lad Pavjd A. De{ lD0DcI.. of'Mtasoart., : EVERY" MOTHER + ::
.
1M'" A111rw, .,'>rrjr' .,:'..jI.... ....... 10,...... Ghighntay alt Ur.Mentifleatloghas Debts,.Accordlna.to,!...." leader of. the( ,mlwftrity. ,.opposl- phoold keep snpplfed'itih ......'.'. H.d- 'If ibeol
,
r'e" .J been *' tied, cubnitaated to a flat sight n ..
:: ms&e, .&4 MI'tou E- .,.
.Prohibition 'Lawa!, yfdker haisobnseni4 to return to Oonn .'vestlgstlen" by'Clur10a u l,tIcueq.. . Ai'. ,Thursday'on,; the floor of the',..*.. "tai, absobnMlyitethilLdrs nnftomd .,-.roe. cK-ooarr .. Qood..i'fo

eyilid, _" 'a'\WarmDevat'e. cUc t\without- ort to ..extraditionproceedings. ; .societies j""+'..Bank"Examlnsr. % o< TepresentaUvea. The blows of Asp- ,ohUdrsan ..well. srittl... .

f -." ., ."' ",' i"; .ParkAssnm.'Controi.; : . .....taUy.' :'DeArmond''cansedrblood;' 'L ., . sad. bes.. umptbn. and ehoald be..e6A6bd: ?
'
**" ' .....- to Bow down :tbe"rac'' of ,F> res siba- 'j "
L was' miningcamps -
:arrested .
-. *' Walker; at a : ), ,
.
"- '"bt'supplemental federal ;; 1*rmi1sE.drom'EnsenadndowerCsUtornfa ' The following noticewas': 'posted' ,on tire Williams and 'Only' the ;tor ab1.lnternDUOD' A HOaHh J I'N.ceiityeJ "

,, 'which.is "eacan.territory the, doors of the ,Neal bank.;'Atlanta.. ; of friends cutthe.oombat >J O"'Bm'ltbHotuJ :
: ; an, Texas wrlseaj i'r T .
.elred
'to ,'enable the d"ryfstatese at'12:01'o'c1oc1r. Monday ,morning 'short., .tDeArmond bore 'Away.scuffed a
r :Tuesday?, .He'.W&I:1akeD'bl;: ,, a repr i "nallard Horehousad'8rrap; in my: famllyrdec.--
'tDeFr laws tae4saie. 'sontatlve :'ofnel detective acme? ol *+"Thls: bank.I. 'In "ths'hands of' nose., ., T' few years and and 1* far superior to any' other: tt
" 1 the eiamlner, The Immediate caUse pf the fight Traa xnedlolne '-have tried" Kveryhousohoklapplied ,
twai"brougbt befoce;:the ansesday Lba' Angeles. .&ai.Ud"brJ a ,party of state bank' I II we ..
"in it tesotuuos .by, fleetmfya Mexicans.-- ,"rtfe prisoner was taken to !.'THO.RNTON, Director; the,'pauta& of .the U.-by ,DeArmond with this worthy remedy.'* '

ttnsenada. wh r.bis admitted Identity W.., F, MANRY Director,, to.Mr.,.,WlUiams, resultant.on. complaint "fhC' Delight' of: Children., .1-
;
,. CCALDWLU. Director.. by the former that the minority ,
was confirmed. He"will be transferredto M. ; S:
leader .had: .broken faith' In'"bsrying"lepresentaUte.Boohrfrot COUdHS COIBfi, 'WHOOPWQ ..
did notlily p
f South Carolina senator; Baa Diel'O'OA and tbenoe brought This 'waa. the r..ult'-of'a fall'day ; GURES SORB i ;
THROAT.. !
': : Missouri by :, ; BRONCHI"t .
:frame! a:bill>> on,, tae'Vabt edit at once. 'deliberation- of the membera-'of' theAtlanta recommending'' bis '..aI n..Dt by T1S AND ALL LUNa TROUBLES. o a ?
Intrbdiiced' resolution: To. arrest of the for n.r banker was Clearing House .Association.by sa
;first .
Speaker Cannonr to the committee enCoinage PRICE 25c 50c< ,and $1.00
brought which, after thorough discussion ,
into .about Indirectly by Information
lunged immediately the .dls- weights and measures. According .
; 'furnished: the official* of ,th. New Inrestlgatlon of the'affairs of the, AVOID'ALL, SUBSTITTUrrES.Bollard "
Th. sand the statements of the
ot'tht question. to principals.'Mr.
bank,, the {allowing: resolution was ,
'BritaID. the
Savings. bahk by United .
'
would have-called for. a. delay ;Williams defended hla action :-
the bill' could, be reported "To duly oonaldverlng
: .
'II1mttte.. SeDatOr'.TUII.aa'YlDta sill bad' seen '''the picture; of Walker '' Mr.. Boohrer's colleague; Representative1 1 k __

state shipments -of liquor made eeot.<.broadcast after his disappearanceand 'character' the Lloyd of Missouri, that the, committee 00-502 North Second,Street,, ,
resources of .the Neal bank and Investigating -
t to, the.local polio lawa ot the. 'recognised the fugitive when beapeared .. ,..a..tcnmeDu"oul4: be satisfactory ;I V a.
on' arrival within'Its border.. :'some' time.ago In 'Ensenada. Its affairs as far as "'possible tel Mr.. Boohrer., Mr., DeAr ST., LOUIS MO.> /
for the of to ,
Before hlieaptpre! could be purpose extending
.debate Immediately turned upoa'l1&ht effected mond bluntly questioned the truth of '
Walker fled to 'the In 'u.. its such assistance ,as Its condition- and -- -- Iii a
\ -of the government to regulate mountains the statement after the failureof
and'Its rlgbt to vicinity of Ensenada,, and,''after, 'wandering ;would warrant we regret that we find the effort on his part to transferthe
state commerce
the Investments and loans of this bank,
about for- some time found of the Impending battle Mr.
state ]Inter scene Recomrnehded :
ate to a oo5trqover Sold and by
4)() nm roe shipments of llqsor or, shelter at the.mining camp to which are of such 'character that In 00'opin-I Williams'struck. ),Ir...De l'moDd. In the ,

IDS else when' suoh shipmentsen', > he was, traced.- Meantime, Assistant ion they can not we be' readily converted face' with closed fist. For Sale at RQ ERSON'S DRUG :STORE. .

state.. Superintendent Hoffman of'-'the Loi and therefore 40'not feel waryranted The exciting incident will not be set 1

8> nWr the '.ti took the- poatUon.41d'the Angeles office 'of the 'dtsctlve bureau!, In -rendering'fn assistance that down in the official'records, of. 'the .
jrillman
'framers of .Wilson had beeD' put on the :.trail and enlistIng (Its reMnt" nxeasiUel'requlre. sixtieth! congress, for the house had KISSIMMEE
% : the bill\ .
believe, that the' Interests
-We. ore
"* which passed that the aid of several Mexicans famlllar been some minutes adjourn when
-iongressi; ;; the be down tti the depositors and creditors will be the first blow was struck. But then
with
region
ran. ,
tended[ to give the Individual . ,
absconder.'A best conserved by allowing ,the bank was no lack of witnesses. '
the rJ&ht of coD 'Ol.oyer, IlQuor, to convert Its assets through the statoOffltlals' had RIVER ItO"e"tt'
fDl-tl' Immediately .they crossed reward of $5,000badbeen, offered The organization of thehouse :
lor*"Walker It taken allye. and JljOfHfor I as provided by law. We hopethat ) been completed' by the announcement
.
lie" borders ot' state. The supremer by the adoption of this, course of the speaker's assignments of members STBAMEni''LrLLIH .;
his dead body It found ROSEADA.
however; has held' the word'"arti : STEAMER: .,
i 11".".r as. Used In the'bill to mean actual Walker. I. 61 years old and had long crecUton' toe 'ud depositors- ,wll.!! ulumaf4t'ly' to ;committees,, the republican .Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain. Clay Johnson,.., Ji. ,,

_j delivery' U.e'co .ip_, Until such bold.an. enviablejxMltion In the "busi patd"dt result committeemen having been selected by Jtecal",' ...kI7trlp., to Basslager s-d ...tW1 Roseada leaves Klislsa. .
'was after the of .
hoped th the speaker and the democratic by Mr. '
:.delrvery.actaall1. takes place the liquor" ness, social and church circles of New .ce Tuesday morning and arrives FUssimmee Vrld8.1.YWDCo:
deliberation of the House representatives
Association '
1..tUl..eommQ4It7.D Interstate comiseece. -: Britain. ,On February 10 he disappeared Clearing Williams. Groups' Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeearwbe. and Tort Myers oa Ue LUlta s
'- : '." and soon .fterwar..'it'was dlsoovered on Saturday, when"it became were'scattered over the floor discussing Comfortable accommodation for pu.e.&..... Rates. reasonable.The '
V 4ei"'Utk"rultDl"the states
.
that (61,000 worth ..of.neoura"U.II&cI known that. the Neal bank was In'tronblethat i. the .appointments the causes perhaps most picturesque.,.W>ts>way In Florida:! '
: ..re.,powerless :to.'Jated..wI' ..I a* plan"would be' devlse4'.at behind them and the probable effects ,
rec Passenger and I'retibt Rates appl to _
u
been stolen..from ..the bask. .
'__tao( liquor In the original pack Walker was also treasured of.the ConDacttcut the meeting adjourned to Sunday that to follow. In the overlooking} galleries CLAT, JOHNSOK. SO,.Proprietor.' "

would enable the bank to open, Its 'loitered score'or so. of women' Oa board "IJUleKlsslmmee; ITU j

_ Carolina senor: believes (;Baptist convention and after door. Monday morning:or uiat If..thiswas and four' Ume.', that'maa, men, view . .....-- _. 1

_ ,,.1South In banding down 'this his Bight It was.found tbatid"ooo'ofu. found to ba Impracticable; :that. log, the""attermath ot an Interesting .:

; 1 ;:of, subverting the ..oonredUon'.tunds bad been stolen. some' one' bf the clearing-bou.e- banks session.. '
... wlabes'and purposes of CIOD eM. At 'a-meeting et the convention at Vutnani from'the
\ would':Jbe, wilting: ,to take It .over, and Mr. Williams relaxed long
.,,,At.?thls""point. Senator BaUer inter* ..Conn* on October IS. last It was : by- purchase protect' Interests, inn strain I'of allotting- preferment; among _
.
posed, and said that', this legislation announced that 'Walker's. shortage )padbeen.madeep'by YOln4.. the. 67',-feltow-members whose i'! minority , What Are Teachers ?

:soar*, probably of then kind dashed 'off : others. Walker had' When .a full !Investigation- made, / : strength, be ,officially leads' was _

;ay period ot.xcitem.d' or In been.oh of the'most, prominent:nap. however was apparent that neither seated at ease at the desk of :Repre .fire they e-earnersentltled to no

rand aa was,'mual/7'tb'cas." : tlsts |JD the state, and at the convention pf. these plans .would be feasible. ; ."n\&Uye'WaUaea of Arkansas,.In the t mere,

'vnmer 'such 'cimuut Dcea' It was 1m-. a'prayer; for his ultimate salvation -:.First. It was .apparent that .,tbe bank center elate.."..,.the democratic. ,sldaol; moratijait.heir market value?: .,

...jt Cl - -" was offered. .was:not-,prepared to,,stand.'ajrun.' the boos..; 'i I Ihim. -t : 'Jlre!they educators, entitled to pay based oil; ,

...tor't.04ce' created meek laughter Walker's'disappearance was first be. account of Its weakened condition' re, Mr., DeAnuon'd.'approached, greeted '

when be made the point that' Senator Ilevadto. bar been due. to mental' derangement suiting from exUnelve Joans on Cuban _d took the adjoining seat, At t/ie'valueof.tIietrservicesY! I '

'.w>|..rBBiaVs;resolution ,'aa 'worded made following sickness JTor and Alabama properties,. which,;; while once:they engaged each other-in earnest :.k "
some time previous be bad sufferedtrom''kldney i. talk but thetr voices By din Oll oolr. : >
.i* whole, resolution binsd"by: zaak- they, may eventually berepald: dollar ; pitched' so I !- _
'1IC. ,th. word ."same" at the close r.srto trouble, "_d warn In the I. for dollar, could not' be considered as low .u..t. afterwards only one-o< two 'r- '1 '
: cause habit,of making fl'equent.trlpa: to'the member. who were very close to them "
. the ottemperaaoekax> that ; promptly available bankable assets :,54. tbedust'and'eoahMba of,

-1g hpMotteally"ebaiqpM:(the;;.committee city for.. medical treatment:. ;At';,least : i ,Second ..because,.the showing .made could, recall r.anything they bad said. 'HROUOH the smoks'or.nWer wandll e4 aa4 ..
rW' this was the vadersUAwnc o/ his family Thoy'had been thus In conversation no ..-._ . the agitation emerges at this juncture
the tfragsmet'by.the ?
.revet e was such as to discourage' of the -'f"c.."
\:''Blad figure of the Business Man, to,I fM. cejae ef !
when1
1 itsc'Bitw"ot'f1Bot' : dealing .... the though It was afterwards, alleged ; other.banks of' the clearing bens from longer than .'t.w'mlnute., bothmeet' f t :ti.rMtwer.of, Education- To''Mm 'tae ...1II..1 Wk.,
./HWM .-' / .. that be came to New '.York ,and had" tile assets' of tbe' "D1toan4 sprang to their feet sbovjeg. their '' ' ; .
aed tetaperance.J taking over.. 1 1 a..li say for equalWorli' .la'be.******
t, ,,., ;:: >. ;Sena tor' Knox'.inggested to''' business dealings ,with other.who".ua' by purchase and .asslmlllatlon? pro chairs back-'and.,; the gentleman from S .;<" eout"IMae Is not going to yield to ... *. .. ..

.lies senator.from South CirUnath' att ceeded 1o,.'atea1b1.; from him money tectJDC the creditors ,of distressed Mississippi. 'struck the-gentleman- troth ',- 'of ,tIte men.are not only:too.academic,, but qwN.WWIa. .* .

m'tWUtlOll' bill .which ''had been f re- which he. bad 'taken from the bank.It bank. Missouri. a glancing! blow oa the' : mark f' .," ". > /ff

a .fluently"Terte,tJ.to' would. .meet the was said later that he"became InYolred -. While U Is true ,that the showing, DOl.. -"' He can see no reason why the employe man or .woman

vwtohesof;' ' u.e' Palmetto eenatar..' It 'with'a gang; of wiretappersand developed ;>;a statement of assets exceeding .Some representative cried butt "Look old .7GUlle. married or single train untrained<<, should be paid'one-Ce.t

..aaended by'adding,after "arrival".the: that be.was Induced to.use securities .tinblltled b7ome"$600,000itwas' -Look-at the fight!I" JCyertJ047,100k.. : more than. that sum for which you can get him or a substitute,to worJr.'fot..
v ed; but so startled were they by what He need not ; be need not do it, be,
audio
In his
w rds:"within the borders ot the atate, of the bank to ralll'Doae1 for the .that'with the Cuban pay more private business,
r they saw that DO one seemed'.for the thinks In the .
: ;r:'.l>eft>re :'or ''after deltferV the conJ -, promotion of Illegal schemes In which and, theAlabama,, loans, and an,, Inventory city's business f ,Its '
r ha bad be omelotere.tecL moment to think. 'of rushing''forwardand The outcome of the workings of this theory ls rather bard to predict: ;
of bad note. conceded be
adgpneeP to
r : r stopping It. Meantime.MrWil; rigid application might .lead to .some.disagreeable results.-'R- ', might lead for J
i i Senators 'Tlltman 'JCnox of' LABOR. AGENTS BLAMED.. unoollectable; but still for i .''
Pennsyt"Vaala carried llama and Mr. DeArmond., wedged'''be Instance, to acoD4I,1loD'of.lralr..In'wtlICb teachers In common=wltk'other'

.. :acd McCumberot North' ,:Pakota years aa assets, the task of making the tweed two rows Nof desks,,.were still wage-earners-'would' forced to choose between a catcb-at-catch-can"scramble -; _

Immediately Lathered'n' th. *back ofithe .Mcllhenny .CanningCompany.: Cleared' ready assets/meet the liabilities of exchanging blows. Blood was flowing for:omce and preferment, and a union of forces for the advancement of their'interests. :

chamber and shaped up 'a bill acoordlngljr. of Base Charges, the bank would be a most difficult ODe down the'-face of the leader -of the In the former case we should have the edifying spectacle of the educators -, C

,,,""" : This 111! 'was referred to As a; result.of an; InTOitlgatlonr ordered --eo dimcult that1 none ,of IV. banks minority 'while Mr. DeArmond was of our youth' engaged In a tooth-and-nall struggle to keep the\ wolf

_*'ibe.jodJcIarf'eOlluJittH.' V by the Louisiana state board of were willing" undertake lt- endeavoring1 'to grapple hls;;opponent iron the door ot the men and women! entrusted with;the task of making .'

5; Tbe'resolutlon. Introduced by Senator Immigration,11'.KDoepllet."la chargeof It, was therefore /concluded ..unanimously by the throat.:;at. the same time receiving men and women of our children playing the roles subservient trucklers, andUckepltUeV

li vTIllman' ,was" 'follows.:" _' the state Immigration office In New'''. that the best thing to do' was and vigorously'returningblow; ,for &lid'cowardly, beggars.) ;In the 'ouar event/we should-have then. "' -
,,' ' equally edifying of the leaders' of our' trainrs for-soclay, eftV.
.: "That. ,>'-committee on luterstate Orleans 'Wednesday.reportedhis; findings to let the.law take Its course and have DlOW'l spectacle mn 0
v v- clency and high forced to the destructive tactics ot,the tradesunions
,
4 t. ommerce" be: II1.trqcted.to'"OODA1eter. .(In: th. case growing out of;:1I'hic4' the affairs: of'the bank, wound'up by Then ,0forybody, ,awoke to, the, unseemliness thinking' pursue cltlsensbave en- ,
; forced, that Is, to fight the state whoss.future been
1f.and report''by>> ;bill:eat otherwise .what claims of W treatment were "mads by the state/'under' the direction of the of the scene! and crowded treated to their molding '
[i: ; deslrable.'or Au'VIaD'lunnl at the state bank examiner and the In made an end of It.- '
; legislation Is :necessary to Mcllbenny governor. and When. It comes to paying higher salaries, the taxpayers' representatives.

;" eti b1e: ;the states'in the exercise 'of canning..tabU.hment.' .A yel7. Inland, The aggregate number pf depositors, I can glibly tell the teachers that If they don't like the conditions they don't

;their police powers tq control tho'coin. Louisiana.::, savings and otherwise approximates "FOR FOREST PRESERVATION need to stay; But If, after a thorough deliberation; the teachers should,decide

Sr"meroe. of; liquors. and all alooholio bevwlthln ..Mr Knoepfler 'states' that .the foreigners 9.000, the; savings' depositors 'alone .- that they did not like the.conditions,. and all agreed to step out on the'urns'

ee : Ihelr -border.,""ao .. to .weri not 111-treatej there, but h&YIDC"oo" deposit IT2J.OOO. Subject Bill Calling for Five Million la Introduced day,what fconsternatlonwhat a walling, what a gnashing ot teeth there would'' ,lr

$4the'oause, of temperanceaild..to that 'the 'dlasatlifactlon ''amoe /them otherwise to check was 896,000.. while In House.As .' ; .. .be!; :Mercenaries! TraltonI Contract-breakersl I Tlme-serversl Greedy men _" ?
"
at 'the' the''encouragement br the was doe\ to false representations made the demand and. time'certificate 'deposits a means of protecting the oavlga and women, unworthy to be Teachersfor Teachers should' be devoted to theft"'

bed States government". Illicit by labor agents"who employed them In'.. aggregate 'un.ooo.total: of ble'. condition of the rlTers rising in work and not think of moneyT .
It Is a difficult problem to solve.. -ut It we do not solre" It now, we shall
sg'.In' the same. the.north.: 1J.061.000-WbU; Jt'tjtrge'that'Unesedepositors ; 'the "southern"Appalachian' WhIUmountains.
"., .' f will, be denied! the privilege'of ., and Incidentally of saving have to late:'. and the longer we wait the.harder. will' be the taak.Haper"a"U j

: :> GHT'TO:: BE, ',KEPT* OP.- SELL DIRECT TO EUROPE' ; I recovering their deposits "at. win,If from' destruction: by fire and wastefulerplofUons ,

''1'''.i.;' _- -- I 1s the belief that they Yl1Iln due time the ,rleh'.forests of the -.,. ---
.
." : s:
lla'Repreasntatlvee- EnfapedvQwr Is Object of Co-OperatlveJBureau Fornv'w get 'back their money doltar'for: ; 4oU two,,; regions; 'Messrs., L..r'ot South : :
'
'. 1r": and 'Currier 'of New Ramp i /e..r/lIW : +QjQj
'firing ed I. .New Orleans.. Carolina 9
ef.Women'Poeta .
$ ....,. '
,
.The movement pf cotton,plan tars In A: settlement-on this,basis will de. shire Introduced bills In the house on I '
.cr' :
.. 'OoiOD."UTlqeto.., . '- and Repn' Cptri-o Louisiana Mississippi ud''eastern pond largely' on the 'm ane''.In which :Thursday authorizing The .secretary 'ofagrl Civilized/ *

1-Clve-BeU ,of Georgia' both ezpreu greatsurprise Texas. to; sell direct.-from.,.their fields the affairs of the bank'are liquidated; ultar8uto ''acquire lands for ''na Ij .
:
:at that report'' of the po.tot to" European 'markets.:-caused: .the or and It Is lmpwn'that the state authorities Virginia r- I. 'Henry Waldorf Francis j :

fldi( .. department,In .regard-to' JInI....QI1""+ ganisation at ;New: Orleans Friday will vigorously take bold of the i . Sy wEE
er ahd) rti.7 Meltou.: Both repreaentnttves night of 'co-operative -** ,bureau tor matter,:with the .view:'of'rallilngeverythlngyposslbl1 ; South Carolina,;: Georgia. Alabama. Kea :the'Womaat ,'

; : :;'\now, personally: the; former! marketing oleic cotton' .' ., for the, creditors :of tnck and"Tennessee In the south and She has stepladder, corKscrew, heels on her .1 00. ''an
tmlstresses. anddeclare.the! *,people. The .bureauwas.'. formal by the;'executive . h.. bank.' V.: la New:'Hampshire, and,'Maine, In the I ''So II squeezed'her feet Into a pair several sixes too small) '

red! by"their i offices,consider--'them; committee of the Farmers'..Union. It may require: a year'or more to.doJala north. 'It U understood that a similar f and she' looks as If she was going to fall forward and be de. .w

tt. Tber; wllf'arge ':tbe"OeorrlatoAwntinne '! .'which announced that local cons ,( ;;In"a manner/that "will'DOt causevaaorlflce blU will:be Introduced: :.In the "0-, formed some; more. She is -having". a continuous ..struggle' !-i k

the'PiI ....D.t. press";will Deceased, Immodlatelj, and of.what, may be;made par .-, with .the law of/gravitation( ,., .
'eonarihatlon"er Scott"''and< that ancbr"' ..assets"by In bnsiaeaslike The bill appropriates H.OOO.OCKT: for She has- a steel frame about herupperpartaad: bas; '-::
rNATJONACaOLbNS working force,, as cotton. working them. out ,a '
looks like .
.t. - -. sr purchase'of the neoessery lands. '' compressed her waist so that It. the amaU end of .
the
'(:/ factors\..employ,' will be hind way,.. .+ ' ; ..: E '
breathe Internal
and her anatomy
/" \ ,.'.. t ' '. - 'a funnel and she can hardly ;
!::'1.' .- """ .. .-. ". ...".. '. Y. 'CURTAiL *>'has shifted'goarter., and then' .... several Jobs :-hr-d( "for, the family :;i

. ;:.ADJOURN." ,.,.' ;AL60EBa: p..Drh: ; Qcf: cifHinter BLANCHARD OFFERS REWARD. OUTPUT' . TO, .BE .D.- doctor; And she_ don't know why.ahr feels "poorly": .nx..,.uf theUme.. >. .She; :: :
.. \ ". '. .
". :' ..1\ ;,. -.... y.. Is pinned;;tied,.laced and braced 1 / ,

t'Iousea: .. 'of Cenpreu. 'Quit.T.r,1lrs; ( ,.''La,. Mae! SuUidea-'by' .p4inSc Louisiana. Governor-Will- Pay'fl-OOO-for New..England. .Cottiji;,-M'III.Year.A ... Will Act ., She:ues. cosmetics, hair dyes, .paints. powders, Wlladoana_ .brighten' )"
Next .
.. Early of false uncomfortable things art on:and about: f
: ..; w eyes and all .
Chi-Jet. -" bar manner .
,,.H. ....... : 'l.! :;liU. ai*. Op.qW.lL:; a Arrest W itch 'M.mbin "? " . ,

d of : general'curtailment production '
w ; of s-a' *
Congress. "a4Ja, nsd,_>t l I...ewn ,,','MtIhuss''and ncln'wory'wers;, row ? ; her, from her head down. :-;': .i: ,! ,
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Friday, Docemlier 21,1907. 'besides five. years'actual experience. FULL' LINE TOILET ARTICLES, '
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ty .learns' Doesn't: this mean something - BAND. BOYj8\: ,
The Valley Gaiette on the .
r ,,, beat of authority that\ Congressman ? ' ""!'" - - -

Sparkman bat !deQnlteJv made up hi I. We carry sufficient help to IF I Monday Night Dec., 30., f1'
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Tolnd: to remain In/ his present position deliver\your packages within

Ii t and will not be. a candidate. for United. a few moments after the pur. i 1 ",
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e \ L. H. INGRAM, ,Proprietor. $. .

At a called meeting. of the' City .......................................... ...............*......%..e ." ..
7i Council last Monday night the follow.* C' ,__ --- :- 5pho !'

*i Ing resolution( were adopted. : H LIVERY SALE'and BOARDING BROADWAY s
Kissimmee Co.
Whereas, In the matter'' OT the cult . ., - Drug ., -..,
'." now pending between 'the' Town oKiislramee = tI II 102 2 i iI. |
City,, complainant and Ktsslmroee, FJa. 11.2.: ............... ,

-. Louise C. Chapman et;'al:, respond ooooeoooooooeoooeoocxPaint I. $ Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and j$; .

( tots, Involving the title to the forty s pi-epaivd: to entail demands :with-Perfect Satis- J "
foot strip of:Broadway abutting on i '
faction.
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Block 26 a technical. violation of the i t-

temporary Injunction now pending '

"+ said cult appears W have been re f. '. HEAVY HAULING A* SPECIALTY'. i
oently committed' and I II now being r
$"444. tf N'W "NN'KN'WN'NwN "" ""
commuted by Harry W.. Tburman,
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one of the respondents. In said suit, ---- -----
;' his agents, servants or employes bv SOt O'JOt iOQOOOO
the construction of a raised sidewalk. ...
C.. A. ARSON. t. A. CRANFORD. S. LUPFER.
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,across said dlspuU strip; andWhereat Vlec-PrHiktvnt.
ProlJenU &rntary.
The Council I Is desirous ...
.f giving the said Thurman credit for
having cominltted said violation unwittingly ,
and without any Intention of
:4 deliberately violating either the letteror KISSIMMEE.. LUMBER CO. Miss Marion MArch.In .
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the spirit 01 said I Injunction; and .

a Whereas U reluctant, furthermore.to hamper The the Council said' "Repertoire. of the Latest and Best Plays..

t Thurman In the work of completing The Great Four Act Comedy Drama, "A Father's Crime."
the hotel building to which said raised
sidewalk forms a handsome and ornamental Rough and Dressed High Class' Specialty between Acts includini'qylni' Picture.,

# approach; Illustrated'' Songs Buck and Wing Dancing.., ,
Resolved therefore, That In the .
opinion of the Council the best Interests and PaperImprove
of the Town will best be served. Pine Lumber.
t ,under the existing circumstances of >, MERRY NIGHTSDON'T
and .
c the suit by taking no action on the I will be pleased protect to bring your house.1807 6 6
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part of the town In attempting to rule
the said respondent, for contempt of sample make any books suggestions to yojir<< in house the latest and : MISS EITHER :
court by of' his
reason violation of
such Injunction; decorations that you may desire. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY .
Drop me a card and I will
Resolved furUterf Thai, In herebyexpressing cheerfully .....
this opinion of the Council furnish estimates on paper >o6boooocooooooooooooooooooeoopoooWhen < Admission 15 .25 and 35 Gents.
and painting : : ,
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k the lame Is had and done without 1 1, "

; s otherwise said prejudice suit andtbatnorlght.oftheTownt under the.. rights said of Injunction the Town or In CEO EJE A.ORLANDO. .BA E 'Wanting. New. Rubber" TiresOR Under, the Auspices of the Kissimmee I Band.. <

A ,are Intended hereby to be rendered, .
but that all of t.bet"larhtl'ott.be Town /.
4 In the premises with regard to Its FLORIDA.J.H.REDDITT., J wv .,. wH.'a+i
present or future action in ...Iel'.ul'
It or under said Injuctioo so far a* the OLD ONES RESET
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/ title to said \ A.CARSON, Pr..ld..t. M.;C. $*van. i
disputed strlif may be affected ,

t t reserved are hereby-expressly" saved and Write R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO- FLA., j : = 'J:' :a: ::E: ..

Resolved l further That. the alientloh the Only Rubber Tire Man in South.Flo

t" of to the the city passage attorney of these hereby resolutions directed . ida. He does the work right and his priceis 1 Waters & Carson() Grocery Co.

and the cleric: Is hereby In- right. See him'' before you' go elsewhere.He . '

:'drooled'ejther. In to person' deliver or, a by. cony mail,of to, same said . will save you' money and freight.jwfctf I \ +.+.Lra.1.Ml. ..! ...'I1..I. '.|. -==5

tThurmao.. and .to' the respondents. .; / :"..-.,*I, ," .*./" '"i. ,. ), ,

r \Louise Chapman'Chapman' f .and Horatio C. S Respectfully .. G'RQi C e.R IE':


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Favorite tonic I. White's 'Cream L "
COUNTY AOIMTS .
Vermifuge, the cure for worms and R. L. HOLLAND -4iKG. roo
? :all children's diseases. ,It not only
*.? kills.,the worms, but 'removes the ,HAY. I Celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES, j |
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coo-i.r ... Cl.etd.n..d Prices .. -- :
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tn; doctor iho set it hid colic and when from the WATCH REPAIRER. 6.'A. .CARSON JOHN ft. LEE; w. B'cAIt&ON.:. j

the Snit dose the child passed 73: Pr..l4e.t. 1 Via.-Pr.dd..t.r yCu1q.. HIDES T, U"R ""S 'w' Q O {
t worms, 'Sold. by Robersoit' Pharmacy Call and see my Line of WatchesOld ,
State Bank of Kissimmee.Kissimttiee
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uao. rivers and east of the Mississippi Any article Jewelry Promptly Ordered LIABILITY...... ."00'". SO O6OOO' -:.- ,..,....... -- --

tickets will be sold at rate of one am! upon Request. DEPOSITORS SECURITY.. :"...." ..*.,* -10000000' cstac>ftrr6.ec. sr i4r6aa6lcariA.. .-- t
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I.. Tickets on sale December 20th tc I.. H..'OOUo N. R.GILLMAM. trusted 16 ... ExcfcaHK Rood .. all polats, at ctae.ix>atrates.
25th Inclusive, stud S. &
d December 30th and! ." Floyd Co.
+ 31st and January 1st. Ticket toad -TlJ: ><--- 'YOUR, BUSINESS! SOLICITED.. 1R.
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&return\ until January0th'l9OLwk \ I .
For Information or. ticket, call o .
44 ticket agents or ORLANDO PHARMACY '
J. O. KntLAND D. P. A. GROCERS "
,1 Tampa, Fla, .
i We oarrr full line of Drugs, Med "- : ... _. :-- .

What ioines. Cigars, Tobaccos, Fine Soaps, FLORIDA INS' ; NEW ''FIRM .t NEW GOODS \ :
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*' Wortbboing Is worth doing well. Perfumed\ and Toilet Articles. .. 4- '
If your Ballard's wish to Snow be cured Liniment of Rbeumatlsiuse and Our stock I.' new, fresh and pure gfe i .>,(, .
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will be 'well owed" A positive cure our prices right.Prescriptions \I''' Full Line of High Grade Fresh }<
r.for'sprains Neuralgia.\ Bruises,. n' promptly. and. .care ... :
1 4, traded Musoles, aad alt tbe Ills tbAeshIsheir at fully compounded. Family 'and: Fancy Groceries : ;' .:
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: to. A. O. M. William. Whets In Orlando call on us and we FREE, DELIVERY foe'. ':
NavSsota, Texas. writes: "I hay. .
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cJ faction I always keep it lit th rTJ gstiendRegw ieiPb'wer' Right Kisslmmee. Fla: : /
house" Bo1dj by Roberson's Pha F GILLHAM, MOT ; :.
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r -I ...'.;.1 i:' S little 5 c used.. Enquire' st, Thurmangsrefce. ' u the j p'fired Teach to''the'ot.ey0ry'great: f.rourt'rc/ult tluit,"irrlgatloki i '']iaiiU] are tI'J'tbh1', '-.. . .J,, W.l THOH1P80P c. :Picture! ::Moulding t' a .

,..._. 'M. $. > "Nab CIe' Company J.: t WkrKnr. bflN iaani acnes'of'arldj! nd'ytw fore. .itnd.wi ti'l1f! .; I , ,' All Kina* of' ,Frame
sad to do first class dress f urnlsb'plans l abodying he necessary fequimnent* for,making }.&ica... ' -:. '.
H winter', and ask the ladles FUNERAL. DIRECTOR I made to Order c ,
% S. BULLOCK.'MANAQER. Isnd'productlrct'' ,Wf'baW'Jhe. exact pt.ntoo -a,.- nd we ljrllr'an \'e I If _
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W.. a. NARIAIla.i 0 Mr. Ed. Done/a at home from your package for' the. 'White. StarLaundry. t
,'I Waldo,, where folds, a' lucrative 47-tf : .

position Jn th4bofcrd.Alr Line. 'Mr. S' ''B' Au'ltm.ri came up from j. .
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Ft4d: iJcame home with family a '
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Jim Carson fnJtetson University : : :
\.,,' __ MUlRmln.. to spend ChrM. Mr. Botts i* Use old newspapers in your house .
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- at 20o oer hundred ,
IerJ Christian{ f
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: .. 14 151 llanoe In their hall E. 0 Vans Agn w' Came down .
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from Orlando and 'Fells
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..r. .. vlted. T>'y' Klssimmee Dru.l Co'*. .Little \ ".
rt ..."'iI!.;. .. 10n 80 n new suit? ..W'.'can. 3atharlc'' Granule for Constipation, : ........ #
'DoI'oU u,.either Jn' readymade Torpid Liver and Billlonsnes. 61-tf '''d' '. :;,.

or orU' prefer.having It Order dOur Fruit Cako front the I> 1 '...

made we re; it the best. tailoringKATZ'S. City. Bakery. 25 cent. u. pound.E j of .,1-. "
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.' ... Mr. Fran i. Agnew left SaturICharleston Rev. T. 'F.,Galloway,, of .Orlando, : ; :tt-S." .' .;
THE., LOCAL flELD.fadej day nighttpend S. C.. to pent Monday night It town a guest I J .
a co of week with his at the home of hU' uncle Dr. M.,J., ; ; ;.. ., 'u
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friend. Ca eo\ P. Dyer, comemandaut Hicks.. .... : .
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and Miss LUcll Banks, of Urantvllle. ,
the.Tuner. Orlando. For '''be I'Holiday. Souvenir Ga., are t.berueul/ of Mi.seAleen.. ; ..).
: post cards,] 'Mr*. Tress.Cadman.wbo. and Elolse Moon. 11. : '
Lamb Bast'is'visiting reta- >
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s at Tickle. Fla. Mr. Rad I. now I RVvand'INra.' J. Lawton: Moon, .. Farosworth."T,I '
engagedmlnlog uttlng. In an electric who have been spending a few day ) :
narrow.elet Ribbon'atI 'at. Okahumpka for' here with their parents. returned. .. to '
I Co. mining k#. spent. few dale atNarcoose Jacksonville. vesterday' : : : ,. .
Ith! bit parent. and : ; : "';" .,
'_ ne Jbox of Lowneyei Mr*. W.'Leave. "man. . It 1* now United State Ji en.&ot'WilH.m' bE : .
H" *?4"jTp'f! j .", >t.-- ,' If" for the White Star J. Bryan of Florida, and be / 1 '
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to spend Christmas with bl. i iTbad"Oliver and 'Davenport, august :, +
Messrs usom \\I'\
tt faatll>t.. of. .Rung; xa. breeders- fin* Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Wood and little .' .' ".
,,,:" 1| at homfrom school Hereford 1e, havearrived in Kls'ill coo 1>"I&on. Hicks arrived from '
nit: Dahlonega. Ga, to spend the slnamee spend some time here Atlanta Monday to spend the boll- ; .
loll.i aya'., pros and looking/ over. the' days with jnelr.parents'' Dr., and Mrs.M. 'I? qG ,
I J. Hicks.. '> ' )"
)f r. tfurbert Fleming' left, Sunday', range' In, county ;
for bl* old home at Athens, Ga.f tot "You w lways l find"fresh, candy at. ).Jr... J. L.. Moon and daughteren Hie
s Wrd.L'hribtmab.W..Ieyso ., Gilbert, 41.tf.. tertained on Wednesday afternoonfrom .? r-.
"' "\ to Gin honor of their guesis, : v : ,.
, laFema )1eWllrmMacon Mr. 'L, Reeves ha been Mrs Lawton Moon, Ml... Lillian ; \ '<* H*' .. notifiedpound '" he is the father! of a ten Holt and .Miss Luclle Banks.. In/t*>e: ..t;
V Ga-"for the holiday/ the young lady having I ', f ':11" 5'
arrlr ,LOcu.t. Grove,' G a., where Me..,*. J o" M. rand W.. C. ..
% Gardner lame up from for drive ;; v
Pierce Mr.. Kf s is visiting her mother,. parsons left yesterday a c ,
Fort and 1* spending tbe holli the day ore Christmas.A . through the country to',' Jug Creekto ). I : : ,.| ; '
.
hi* parents., lock After some cattle'.which the ,
will' beJful' line of White ShirtWalt Lee Parsons Cattle Co. are pasturing ..
:' a'Qeln'Edmonson call for 'JOUI',1.lt8dry. II. C. Stanford Co. -" :,
.. Please have the change. for in that section. .
-
::; Mitt. on delivery. of the. .ame tf. Mr, lor Oliver bit .arrived from 1 11'1.Olin See'Embroideries and, Insertions. at ;; :: ,
Savannah to )join > ?
'J' n )11":Curry Moon 'of Atlanta Ii here hie h 10 in came some day ago for H. C.. Stanford! Co.' ; :

;; ';'_.ng the holiday* with his pa. visi with ...1 a"' ...... Edgar Is lrI. R. T. Butler received s letter
'J ....\1 i vCol.. and Mr. J"L< Moon a ntlclD&, law In Savannah and yesterday announcing the birth; of atine ,
7 tie' now i&'ar. enll.ble'reput..tlon for son to her niece. Mr.. A. C.Cum- :
'rrlr >
barber fcveryLew mak
J new snop. .
her, at her, home in Uacoo Ga.,' on
.
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and to-dau Sharp ra- hlms
,
up- Cumber *
Dec. 23rd..Mrs.< wa formerly
__'clean. towels- Fret-eau service.If . RI 1) City Bakery. phone. 06/ ,for. :Miss Annie Bass.Newldea'Patterns. : :

>6n.are hungry go to Gilbert's ChrlsM candle'" *. ; ,')0 (centsvat H. : .
.
'quick lunch restaurant call up 84 iS1 I.r .'Fred )lill. from Porter' C. Stanford, Co. ;
and have tour order sent up. 47f. Academy, Charleston. S. C.

'. :, Fine; I1ne'of;: Candle. Fancy :and and MIiIV II Madeline:4 UIH. from PellClar \ Reader of > the. Saturday Evening ... f75
r" Plain"' ordered especially lor.be all Orlando came home t.o.peihll Post and. Ladles' Home Journal can
Holiday trade at C W. GRIFTIN'S.Mrs. e holiday* with their parent,. I renew their subscriptions with Nelson J
Mr.* Mrs> Ff W. Hill at par.coot. A. Russell authorized agent for Curls 1 :. : '
.' W. L. Ponik,' of Ca'lro, Ga., Pllbl1 hllllf '. Co.,, .and save 'their > ,:" ,,\ ; <1j.
'
tarrlve4Mondayufternoon a''vbh M.W a year;: 48tf .
postage.
j'. ,,to her parents'" Mr.:and! Mr. J. M..Gardner. pi pavenport'at; S. C\ fI. Hard- Order for lalW made suit, 'at the. ( ; : : : ,'. .
wa 0. .
'i' : Cash Store.; ;1 f-: : '

,T;. Prof. J.:IP. Hawthorne. I{principal. autiful residence of W. W. Prof.'U.'', Meek, 'of Texas: ha l'' : : .J.
thehaving
of the in town r the south aide of .
Baslnger school was
Cb on
K .
.
1.0' Kla.lmlPee..aDd : ;
: Saturday, on'his way, home to spend. rl been completed Mr. moved will make his family this his .home-.4nrfuture. ,> : .,.. r .". ,
[
.- took posMssIonrSlMay I .
Christmas.- I. Charle -
of ) C, C.
< 'residing in Prof. Meek 1* a step-son Col. , .. f. "
.' Newbarben4b6p: at Patrick'sold and.-aM residence now In, t.heoUlIaml Turlington, aDd Is a teacher' of wide i : ,;; U'. "., "
T the prettiest! I 1 ..\ ,
.'*4" Service by a. konsonlal artist.conversant on Reoord. renown, 'having recently been connected \ 0',' - .
.r ". with all 1 the 'latest .fads-in. New with a female college in. Texas. : ; },'." '.
ber1n'f If apply to"M.ur the family is stoppingat !
t.; t feiUng'j for rent For .bep're.ent.
I
.
.i ' oI Col.,Turlington', but will probably : :
; : / :
'\ .Mr..W, Parsons has returned
build a .bone' for' themselve .a ; .
t from Mew.York'and: will Dow spend "I. John Wright left 7*. rday for . > .
l later.Seventy
little ;; i ,
"'0 several weeks berg: He, II\ .tojptng phne, Ala., to J join.Mn Wrla'bt '* -- : '. -t
..t the. Inn, . > .. .wjha* been there for some time; and 8ve roll fancy matting at ;:
0' 'they' have decided tomie cost -,8;< C. G, HARDWABB Co. .j .
place : ,
For flnt.-clae l i' work.patron\ we ..the w h.tbeir.bome in"' future. During tenyesterday : : : : : ":
'tfi. A family
,white Star Laundry1,Quinn Edmondon here Mr, and Mrs. Rav. ; :, Myers'and ,. !
son will call' for ,and deliver, Your thr; residence. made warm Irlend. for their new home at Bar I .-L'

,"TII.f< packages. f 47tfSyrnp : wl rregrety ,much many'to lee them Methodisreiohun Myers h the coming will year.-In i. (I.!:'

; 'of White Pine and Tar I* a e.r.tersin. token of the high esteem and affection ,- .,
,- .remedy will -positively .our all' styles at G 11 bert!a. in which. Mr.'. and Mrs. Mr r* were ;: : '
epogns/ and cold*. For. sale at KIsi .?Tell.. held bv congregation' here. they ;
r. ;.Imn i Drug lie 84 Eye with
Co. 51-tt Christmas
., SeYlPour'aDdarbter. : were presented OD ) ,
: and Mrs. J. W. silver service, for which
l beautiful
.", r'h' ;; 3, i Hr ,iSmiee ...Assistantvi. r Miss Clyde' SeymouS.of > a requested extend their heartfelt I ,
we are ,
pal P*' b. 'Baslnger.; Sub- .immes who have been the guests thank and appreciation.. Never
fyulsiet '$oboowe.upSaturday brother ,Judge R. H. ismore :
abd
: hii ptople
.and
heir son .
11p11sd Abe bo,I .M berme.Oo mOur lor' several weeks, left yes were a heart preacher accord and n.?seems un- : : :

'iO ':and atru ay for Ohll) where: they ,will judire"plant.loll reo. fortuAate. lot'be church that. Mr. Mera ,-
the
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+1'' .' ..._QuIDO'tM e act Op v4et.bles should
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..' OY FREDERIC,

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To the early seventeenth century settler "
... .
In America there was no question as
Improved Breeds.. lower price from fanciers and keepersof I In "
regard to fuel. How to quickest destroy
The value of breeds I Is greater tban good stock, who' wish to dispose ora : the timber shading his- farmlands and

,f .Is known to some. Formerly It was number of cockerels at this season "and .to' Jear It away from tbenelghbOrhbod

?considered necessary to keep a steer rather, than" carry .them through'. the' : 'off the' 'forts where if afforded ;

'until four or 'five yean of age before winter. Indian protection; was' all he for
;
ll ending -to market, but with the use Male birds boU&bt'III tbe fall have had itq. think about. He piled'great ,
'a improved breeds steers can now b* plenty ot' time to: get accustomed to logsMn" a wlde"mouthed chimney and l
.. ; aM
marketed at two or three pears of their new" surroundings. They also '
sat in the ruddy gloif to plan for tbe ly
age and Will be heavier than-those have good weather In which to, trav
future ot. his children piling ,on more bay
a
:
of twice that age that are not' well el if'sent from a distance whereas it logs as dhose turned out and never ,
bred.. Good breeds save time and feed. purchased In the spring they will have
bothered his head to question tbesupply ed .
Increase the weight andlead, to, higher .to be1 bought so ear!).,to.. use as breeders -', ; might 'some day become depleted .
that hey, may have to be shipped
pricesEpltomist. '
,
.. In 'bad weather or meet It their : ine ; ; '
Tpn
,
The Is the
twentieth century citizen .t
Profits : Alfalfa.. journey, :land thU. run the danger of ra ..
Frorn! one who must solve the problem. It all. t. '- ... .
Here Is what onehirinerRude.As!! *, catching, cold In transit. Is a question with many phases and I r.. -From ;New fork Herald.. '_
; They also have UDle'lo ..
plenty of get
,
per-did with thirteen acres ot.alfatra' he has set himself to studyout with ,
I on'the' D." F. Deck dim:; The thirteen acquainted with the other tock. scientific. exactitude the quantity of \
nits
acres averaged five buabels'to'the acre ,iKowls+ < kept together or In adjolhlng of natural fuel within his reach ET STARTS ON 14x.jr:
yards, get to know each other whereas
or a total of bushels: This
sixty-five the quickest manner In which It can GREAT'E'
he sold at 18-! a J>bushel or $520. Besides -' the introduction of a strange';Wrd\' be transported, Its convenience in delivery the : '' ';
or birds disturbs for a time the IF C ;
them CRUISE THE
this-he sold the' bay .for $60.reall&lnlr at least., and Its compactness in storage cost TO : :. ,
$570 off thirteen acres; or
After :a'' male' bird baa :been received ble.
.a little better than $43 art acre...This .
In Itself Is remarkable when 'tIs It I.-a good plan to coop him' ,.lonlne.JanulU'J 1, 1908,, the For a < Msinowel' : :- .t

remembered teat; this was done by by'' himself for a short time to make est' Service In co-operation' with the Aevelt. Aboard the Lea- :
.pure be Is all* right. Then place Geological' Survey, will begin an Important -
Rude poorest Asper who admits that be Is the him with the hens or. with the other I series ,,of tests to determinethe or Mig Array or .Battleships 'From 'r1,! "
v: farmer la .Osborne county, It
:
male birds, if they are separated from relative fuel value'of woods found cine : '
'
Is little less than'miraculous. If tbe Upton Roads Out to Sea.
.entire 160 acres contained In thl.rann' . the 'hens; until time too make. up the In the national forests,, Expert will y ''I t
breeding pens. compare' the full .nlue of wood with of : : 1
; were sown to alfalfa and made Y r. p" 4'
such''a In purchasing cockerels In the fall that of. minerals taking a portable the'
yield the value of tbe crop plenty of time 'is given to see that outfit with a. 25 to 60-horaepower steam THE lilSTORV.OFAMEI 1t.
would, be $( 880.-Downs News. NOTABLWALPAGEANT1N
.they are thoroughly allTlgbt In every boiler to places where wood Is the or

way before breeding from' them chief fuel and get'' by experiments the not I .trat;

The. Brooder Houses, whereas If purchased In the spring amount of steam developed by differ- r..ad. ; ,... :.r. <'

The IioUsesbere: the little chicks andplaced at once with the hens some- ent methods of burning, wood. Point Comf a.-The best guests on his yacht lbe' '?re --a tupr..ecs \"

are_ kept are extensive affairs. One weakness or defect may sbow or de- In the laboratories of the Geological that of 'the' AtoerrUaTy, sixteen his unfeigned delight at .':it;-

brooder house with artlflclal beat, velop later, after they have been bred Survey, tests will be made to determine .. battleship command showing made by the magnifies .,
where the temperature Is kept night er fleet. Pacing the q u.rte r-deC Isla ,_ + :
from that was not at once apparent.I whether firewood composed of a iC
Rear-Admiral D. E.an.t, enthusiasm and smiling In charaA1terlstlo : -, ..,..;
and "day at a point where tbe little hind it a good plan to keep a num- knotty tops and limbs of saw timber for the Pacl .ean--a 14,. fashion the President Ire-: '. ,.
fellows will *o comfortable holds 14. ber of male birds In during has not If fuel .. '
one pen as great. not greater cruise whit, set all the quently would exclaim: : \ .'
400. Another heated with hot water the winter then select the ones "I value than the trunks. This would be talking Pafe In review "Did you ever see such a fleet all4., ..'ti' .

holds 10,000.ThefitUe. wish to uBe In the spring. I flnd that a sensible saving step In forestry utilizing the Presldenl tbe United such a day T It.ought. to make .us all.. ti .
chicks are put Into one hey are not so apt to fight during the waste products that are usually I ., and saluting sW went, the feel proud." ..t' .
end when small, and as they attain fall' and winter and getting thoroughly left to decay by Ignorant or Indifferent ) white vessels' bed anchor Just before Admiral Evans left tea):; t ,

age and strength are passed along I acquainted during this time are not lumberers.. This test, should It bring '' steamed out 1 Hampton I Mayflower to give orders for the .flee'to t ..t-t.
., past the famclid under the .Prel* i*: "f
until, at three weeks of age, they aretaken' so liable to each other In the the Virginia get way.
flzht desired the
: results will
saving
mean
...
.., and were soonl to view on called him aside and the two w'j* ,.\
to the outdoor brooders andyards. spring 'If an opportunity occurs.-If. of millions of dollars to the
many .
cal southeastern hot filmy col 1111 earnest"conversation :'for .nearnr ka .
E. Haydock. in the Tribune Farmer. country each year, and bring Into economical fit smoke being last visible five minutes, during which the adiM* .
"' It should be understood tharonly a use every portion of the felled note of the depart eet. They ral's head was'dipping' afflrmaav*. ,-'
.' part,:.of the Incubators are set at a Seed Corn. tree. : at tea knots sp'< leaded for nods as though, acknowledging.l v- ',

fg tlme.which will bring only a moderate I select my seed corn when I am She eastern end of th jt Indies tructlons. ..

portion of., chicks for tbe brooders husking, then I can select from all the During tbe Louisiana "Turchase. Ex- threading their mong the During the reception the Presides,
of those islands) fleet will sent for Beaman William..Chai_.'
each
day.- Tribune Farmer .
crop. This gives a wider and better osltton at 8t. Louis the Geological and up at Trinidad qietlag the coxswain of the Lonlalana'a la.......
selection than can be had at any other ,Survey set up a fuel-testing plant by was stage of 1u Jourati and told him to convey-to the men .'

(li Care' For--.the: "Colt,, time. Until the crop Is' hu.ked'there which every natural and 'artificial fuel rent fleet sailed from nchoraee tile Louisiana his "-

In these days-of hearty Interest .will not be temperature low available, was tried. So helpful were > D after.10 o'clock., la-was not The Louialana.ls .
manifested by farmers'',In the horse'question'there'are'many enough to Injure the vitality of corn the results that the work was continued slightest hitch In detail of the President and lpeella"cre.I'

colts seen that has matured In the proper season. there after the fair and the csjefnlly planned B-am. . made their return .
yacht Mayflo oC Panama..,
If on the. farms:of the1country; ,, Wean-. might say I always try to have my 'plant was moved to Norfolk this sums. feet Roosevelt; arta .tearing at old ,, seated inns by the President. tOJMN...', .
tag time comes alons in September or corn cribbed as early In December astosslble. mer. where experiments devoted especially ,
1
,October.'' This' Is;'a ;matter', of more I put a box holding about to Soutnern and Eastern coals '\c- ,
than ordinary importance to both the one-half bushel (tn one 'corner of my are being made dally. y YI

tanner and the colt.- If the coltt-has wagon bed and when I am gatheringthe TheM teats have already demonstrated

been" left' with the :mare :until about corn when I find an ear that suits to the public that a saving of .

eve months old be has established the me fork seed,. I drop It Into this box: 10 percent of the country's ,coal bill In v"T'

eating habit which makes weaning I select Only good-sized ears for seed can- be made each year 'through Increased cess

.time easy on.him. This Is as It should not'the largest ears are always fit forseed efficiency and greater intelligence -

..., There-'should be no, violent and there are always other quallr, in'the burning of coa'J-a sav- .., '
breaking off In the coifs habits 'A ;les'more important than sire lug of $160.000,000. Nil'

6'w. 'setback is* the'thing to be avoided.. 'The ear should be- full and -well The first recorded mining of anthracite two I y 4 ,, ,A _,.e1w. d }

For this, reason a box should be provided filled from point to point small cob coal was In Pennsylvania and ) e ir ww ,

<< 'from this time forward with aUght and deep grains, be sound and solid 1814, when twenty-two tons were taken 81, is!,p Je.w.s.p w i t,

feed of oats or bran. Put.' the! and have natured bafore frost. The out. Since then that state has conributed that -

',p 'cott'next to', the box, and'all. will be' "gars should be true to variety !In all 1,700.000,000 tons to the. :

w weu.Farmer's. .Home Journal. particulars; for.it always pays to keep. homes; factories and' furnaces of this ,, -
t the variety of corn pure country? and Canada The anthracite .t lb' .. ?
-- r ,
W N'
!
:: : :::= are' T' I' > '4, ? .I,
{ Spraying To Kill Weeds.Bpraylng The point in keeping seed corn safe field of the state contains'485 square tons : ","'J.' '"

fields W.rn a ,10 percent; Is to get It dry and keep it.dry. If miles, represents an Investment of er, .. ;?: JJ.. w.
, free from moisture corn will endure (700.000,000( and brings In- an annual :
.
solution of Iron' sulphate,, Is proving //0 ,, I
to be a :successful 'method of killing almost any amount of bard freezing profit of $85.000,000 to 100000000. .. 'J .
weeds and =a very low temperature is requiredto families In a radius of ISO miles of the :
where ever It la .tried. The ; . ,
destroy Its vitality, It Is much mines get anthracite at about $0.75 a A
testsso far show no damage 'to. the ID .
more important to keep the seed In ton and the family uses from AI
; average .
grain. Oat, barley.wheat and speU the {. ... "
a dry place than In a warm placeror' ,- 15 to 20( tons a year '
have been tested In this country, In of ',JI,
Europe: Success-II reported In spraying the corn will very readily absorb To New York and Its suburbs over 1896 e'. , 0

.I; rye and Indian corn, and experiment moisture I suspend my sweet corn S.000.000 long tons go annually, toPhiladelphia ous ... l
on board about one foot from the ceil- 4000000. and to Baltimore '
made. in Scotland show that InnoCase'was From
ing of some dry well ventilated build- 1000000. Anthracite has also

damage-done to young Ing. This way may be more .labor, been foun6 In Gunnlson County, Colorado I .RMATION' AS,, HIEWED: BY PRESIDENT, RCKSrV MLV | ""', _
/clover and grass, while the weeds
was
/were entirely destroyed. Canada thistles but by suspending the corn from the and Santa Fe County, New Mex 1C5 ; u. ON" MAYFLOWER.. '\.--j T',
ceiling, it is much safer and surer to ico. The largest coal mining, shaft In "
wild, mustard and, weed are '
rag grow.It America In Comfort'at ".10 .. m.. ni. Roosevelt A'fi.. they embarraesj-i, : .
is Wllkesbarre. Pa. being .
the principal weeds destroyed by this Ing being announced '' -
by the his
Is always .the best to test seed of coxswain had taken, laaver M.> ; .
1060 feet deep and 12 by 52 feet In "
treatment. -national salute '
ot .
two a. President said:. ,
corn In the before It is
spring planted.
To spray one acre of (grain requires diameter. : r'. !'I tell you our ; ;+ ;
No matter bow well I try to select and With the President, wer they '
about 100 pounds of Iron sulphate dissolved . ly re everything; .n1Iat04meDiE' ,
dry -.the'.e d. I always test It before .* Miss Ethel '
Roosevel and they are always : ,
In. fifty-four gallons of,, water.It '
The
is planting time It is very little troubleto earliest known production of I of the Navy and Kra.)1 if. required of them.".. :.D-: *; ..*. ; ,
not .
poisonous, so will not injure -
.: do this and may save much trouble bituminous coal was In the Richmond for Secretary of the Nat; 4 Each departln,"admiral :and .cf- ., _
stock,"One man can'do the workofspraylng.'The basin of Virginia In 182=. The Middle Dewberry Rear-Admiral' ,
and loss. ; I. tale was wished "the best. of lu<*.ofA .r
sulphate of iron costs I fill a small box with good soil and States opened their first mines in boat ,chief of the Bure or fellow and good-by. T." i-

: v .65 cents per acre. The.cost of laborIs'estimated'at plant a few grains In It from a numbet 1840 and the present state of Washington and : and Mrs. Brow : Then for a Journey. of nearlytsta.miles . ,
SO-cent. and Mrs. Cowles d the President !1'
making,a in 1852. The .bituminous area ; u comma
of ears, keep the box 111 a warm place .- and Mrs. 81 ,
total of 75 cent per acre.-Farm Stock ln- hiet of the American army
of this last
In the house where It will be In country now covers 385,000 The fleet .
Journal.. a proper was formed In two Inavy, led the long line of battle. ;
I temperature and keep the soil square miles. ;':the.-first lying nearest s' out Into Chesapeake ,Bay.' They._'' .'.
... I moist 'At least 95 percent of the seed Thirty-one states and territories are land the,northward headed by .}. lowed his flag to Thimble Shoal U :: ,
.r' Selling 'vsr.dinjThe ; should 'germlnate.-Louls'"Campbell. in now producing coal In great or small ing. Brans fiagsnip Connect ; five miles Intide' the eapes.-where tM. .:

following' item from Home and the Epltomlst. quantities, and the consumption per !n' the secondheaded by Rear Mayflower turned aside and dreg, .,...
.Farm, puts ft great. truth In. very few capita has Increased from twentea )-.v- .. Thomas, flagship Mlnnr-1, her anchors for the final review. M<-. f..J
words?'' hundredths of a ton In 18SO to four &", it off shore.. The naval pageant; the review and. de \, 'r. .:
Farm Note. was formed as, foliO fleet the mast .
of tbe
pasture were
A Than who has'been farmer for Ive :
a tons knd uYent- hundredths
'o.er No horse can pull welfVltb. his bead "e In 1 ,,division-Connecticut, Kan notable la American. history.... ..',;;. : .
sixty years and who Is a decld- 1906. In the coal fields there '
up In the air.Meadows I are employed and Louisiana; second 'The fleet passed 0'1ID single ttV;
,ed success at-- the business sums up I over 030,000 men and boys and two: : ''OD.- Rear-Admiral EmoJ'.mn.,' the big Government-built Oesvneetlcnt. ; n
Id. experience In these words '"Farm need touching up here and -Georgia New Je .
: the retail value of the mineral Is estimated J Gaphlp 'of .Admlral.JDftIItI. ""
;products have a-selling "al.. 'at the there almost every season. at $2OOQ,000,000. Island and Virginia.' The leading the- way.,: The 'vessels. :-.....) .....-'

T.. jplace of their making-a value Just as Go-overthe, barns, horse and cow, When natural gas first came ,Into ;. squadron was composed of th< 400 yards apartj and, from ; ...
,they'come from'the soil. They, havealso and make all snug warm and rainproof use the flow was so free and the supply .1.: Third division-Mlnneso hectlcnt to the 'Kentucky, .
Missouri and
Maine; fourth brought up the rear, the line r:;ks!
an additional value to.the farmer -, seemed practically Inexhaustible ar-Admiral Sperry ,
co a distance of more than tour :; '"
who converts them Into a more condel1.eci 'The berry bushes must be pruned that It waa sold at a.'low' rate }.nd ,, ndJn.-Alabama" Illinois. K In date of building there ,was ""

ld J form by'feeding them to live- all ''prunlngs and.-"dead branches removed without measurement. Each householder ; and Kentucky.. cade, between the 1'.OOO.tonl of tb....&

stock. That is their feeding value.: and ,burned. paid so much month i for''a Tile Mayflower proceeded to inch Connecticut and the little more than .. 9IfJo

YWe thus get to the manure value and A hog Is a bard animal to curewben.I i house of so many rooms ,and could on !! the.. middle' of. the fleet I The 11,000 ot tbe Kentucky y, Vive .**. ,b-
,,
It surely Is a most Jmportant one., TO k.-' but'an'easy burn all he wanted. Larger companies .brief' reception onboa; .-American battleship".construsSefk.were .
one to keep' yacht tb.-PrealdeDt .
having represented In the ;
Increase t1l8' .fertility.'of the soil line, ad Man
; is
;; well with soon "1',the..wastefulness of this era 1 "
proper care. message for": the four* rea object Jesson la the growth.-.
n like loaning money at compound Intereet '- ,'.'and Introduced meters and sold .
Nebraska farmers have the combination. plan a .d"h. sixteen' cowman American, navy the spectacle .fo.il,:
ye' ,-It 1'doubles the ,value, every eight ,In com.. and alfalfa to the CU' bytbe cubl\e. foot.. Its use for officers making; no. speech. Th one of Its most striking features..? ., -
;' or. ten'years.'; ) The farmer who sell at from produce ,illuminating 'Ionc' preceded' ,MS use as try he felt; did not require one] A.large number'of yachts an4 js.. .. -;:
pork 12.41 hundred
loses tie feeding and manorial values. per pounds, the setting out of'the' fleet'Is ;
fuel though Plttaburg now use ''a : r canton boats accompanied* the ;. t.:
'1t lie;,parta with,a ton<\of'hay for $9 A clean"feeding floor Is not difficult half billion.feet. every 'twenty-four merely as a detail ot 'naval downthe-- bay.,and gathered-at:

'Jaay.taad could make ,It pay him $12by to have and the grain. will go farther hour for both,purposes the Carnegie the e and training' __Bat ,to ,thl reviewing ground. 11', .

.feeding. it.tO,cattle and sheep,- bet and the II.ealth.of the hog.will be bet. ) plants alone using. 100,000.000 feet_ a '' .' .
terror having it- .. Dsnk Advocated by, [New" Haven'Road :-
:. .
> has Joel ag of the feeding value and S3 day. a : ; : 1r

." 'worth *C manure!. In other'words, be As a rule" the medium hog pays the ."rh3Appalachiad: ; and .Middle West :'WMBlngtori .Comptl'OUeio"RUlpI D. : : oi y > Line 'Foss' ,

'has-sold his,ba,'for' $8;per.ton less best .profit", and will bring, the best, State*:-ninety-eight' percent, of the:' :: Currency. ,Rldeel--Comptroller; In:his annua Bridgeport, Conn.- -The"'flllni

,,9Uwu,14 was-worth ttnsedby', him,";. prices in market, selling too young an4 natural gas of th'e.tmited States. The' ; : makes a strong plea; 'forthe oenm.np ads pobH"tke'tast the cuatoJa house

I x :Tb; Me4.eli. pasture ,bar,:and live, feeding tOo u tong; art both errors, .to be first Cas piped"anjr dlstance/yras from '"; : ; ... ,rhmpflt bJ" the Government. of. ..aBtsnmshlp Company',"has that.fort the

k01O*:,.sa"ieod'felglrire. ,. thus: seedy .' avoided.. the Harvey, well 1110 Butler.County..Pa., to ; hank ot Issue and reMr,..:. a. ed ,to the control ot:the .Wi
,; : .' .;'....,-:.r.0'' .. '' ThV 'young'animals 'win'need 'some to''a mill near PlUaburg a distance of Mr Bucia' ,11' bank accordingTto the tates t '.Transportation -Come

;-f.,. .alWlAfl' 'Msle .Birds.' ; 1.' faed jost'a. soon as. they... taken In'tne'pastureV""When"corn ;:i7 miles," .Thiswaa. ;; In, 175.Ini; a the ; problems,would not only.solvitheKhlch' iii'Ieo rated'' in i this

'... .<.....::0( iapj.Jill :u fed 'gas"'came(Into use as,fuel.), .Now 0" .' but would:'ot'the also provide banking the sys- Lnd which r It Is UBderstoou.' is m

p : .L...S7 % '* >* *s&eyffllllll "boII14'..,..given WII aslauwaor ,4,000.000'domestic ''fires\ are & ;' : "...,..,for, cod ctll1C".t! TireartliEmfeartford IDathe N.'W"Tork..Ne"'.Railroad ;Have* .,

...... than in the's. ....nvjTwthe fsS .'cloreI' or1 alfalfa 10' ep. piled -with ;this fuel..; 'Now';:': .nll-I : .. 111 their IU to,,t aoaactlon': I. thought,Compan to' '..

5 M a rule. 'they can. be obtained' atM' ) lack. .,of, proteta;1 :' yto ,tad..,'coal. "to., the- value- 'of, : ", :: : ...., the.eaat, sS*.',..... to*out a -m1111oasdollar e The

.,& t>,... t' ,:'a' ( -'(h ,j: .: ilL.'/1'1'..'.!, .. t": iC.. ,. ...-,interests--..... (....._;...; 4. . .. t BY"" now oontrbls 8o.b4. rs. .
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wholly ., L Uft. ,,,.... ""I .........-",
0 .'
the so-called ethn.0 tsP tltaite ttW..A./ .... "...., r
words some of ua. toe m there are. fret ..teal, '''It :4 eei ;; ,

fact, have become eo wet ever set his pot away sat GIt} tlaI'N .. ,

have become shallow;; s0 banks, to the pat of oohi .. ......... of .1 hippy hootes at to d1.T- a raset.adet
that wo have become ma whesj be. bawled fhnF ...
*,
Idam tloa M b W itMeueMlodsof
good-natured that w.F ;
dld .Jpeetwee bMl i.aI "
found IMO *pl* 'p
superficial Too many laefcea and most promoting: .health nodrighi hgpplm a, sad ;
)
DrR3o ate ot then hall thsm 10
that the
.heavens an -
living and cubs world'sbest
both wide and hoapl and of them nearer It and to. ':1" 'knowtedga-" .. ..... '
wa1Wcame .tr.
I deep, I Because I ,IItak i of a It to his theory that.caUMII products.' ... : ... ....er

-. Ulsclpleehlp.Y .. JJobaramedau 1 if our have drive tile MP. M"ans away ,., Prods: : ,of stud J incrritenon ,sadrsail ',I am located on on* of tile Sea Islands of South Cerottma, our cibaats isedld,
. his convictions\ and JurttJUfnoietit cold to Iaa.rdea and cat** pbmU to stand sev-ire freecte after
', I that ,there are ;
bat ,
.. ::;. Ity and emphasise the from ..j th* shore, dslnos; truthfully presented PIM'n sutla 1M..........u1,..._ .II" ep .....e. a..rq vies k ..5y.
meat that .bet till .Cty ...<', ... If one MA t14, and'whioh. taw* attained,'to woridwidoj ... ....,...... ... _I ..-"..000 _..JIll l,000 Ys.. r"'" [{ __Wewrs1N
suit _.... .. XI YIeWIII, --a.- Se.ete..Warr '.\
-Preaching'atthePresbyterian rdilw ....... ..,wisi :;
and M if _'. ..... **> spptwvel of the '
air own nautsh < t >Ya asuvMn :.0.. TO'VVx..__. .-- errs ......
'Cburch.ue In any *ens. or lywooouraelve *- .'.. its. .pt,01Mr. a fr*Isflt, 1h. WGIW; not U Indirviduala .................Ms*I.i, .............!.,.. ..0. wlartt/11aaatittalaa
andWelrflLeld street, i viotioasi a* to the per Mesu* to sat ....... ',penes In .. '
theme the pastor, Rev Christ 'or> thennall: .*.pel bag theW pett..and It 1. to be how' ooiy,.Irak of UM,many.who have; '

Henderson took: a* hi* that..H."prmtch.drsensible I am that the, peaslntotie View so froaueaaVlr t1e .*../(.,.... 01 selecting and obtain-' 'The' Ferguson Colleges' :e..:::' _=
J : 6's-He; \that ...th eviplrlt
,h. ,
ar -
enough to ',_ ........ .. I
m ought.himself also to denoa of tbe.'worV *Tre.*ed.ot late win be, disproved, lag. the beet the ,roda.frde'' 'A..rl. A''

t He walked.' He *.14-! : of Gad in faKua-otIS7.orea _t* own ,,*-Keunebeo Journal.X .' {)ae'o&tiht'psodttCte of,that .daaa.; or tyewrlter ....a... tale.e..0 ee.t torLavn.A .1.- ..-
I..w; learner He .is a tie. ao-' t se.N.tee .. old .POlT10 --Send MNid a"9.
I on-T.rl. known component: parU ao EUd eaI II: ': ZaSrt.A GOOD as She
siu"'at4' the c '
feet"of: a tuaHy"or' infr5ntl3!>upreme DISCU Sf.ON., . ....Jo.and we ..114 I.
k. imblbee..knowledg.and I Cjomeaaenoe of Chrr11 J ."","*"', ... shy, approved; by phyate4ns and commended 'lder.esse" at t 1n e r- a uses pe so- .

dl'clple..ltL'a ,follower.. .it I* as clear.a* -bat.erma Two Irishmen were discussing the by .WeU-Infomied: of the Address TUB'' FBROUSON COLJLBOBft,.
ka after another., On leoclesot .. COJ.WMBD e.... a.WA70fOa1.GA.rr ..
bad nod
b. tbe undton .various books they "read. World...valuable wholesome family.

r his> feet;..la.wbo the studies rootprlntaossot to other prebenslve.-no faiths there u Olclent so com-; ..'Have you read .the/Eternal- City? laxative It the' wcll-1a. own Syrup of Figs \,
"
i teaching'and the practice eraal or *I ,have. and Elixir of fieruuu. To get Its bene&Isetfectii ,
:, no message soul'' I
>Marie> ,Lbreln'a'works .
read.
. ,
.I comprised "Have., you ,
?
exacting tbat t.he.
as J .always buy genuine .manuctured ,
*oUr th..4Iaclpl.of Jesus ot: things. ?" ,.,. '
y.e.e4 ,of
In the -Christian t< resd.e e t oa
student'' and followers.ey Knowing that wand P tolerant "I have that by the California Fig Syrup Go; .q,alibi .Iv..p.nt W N. H. hoot.. + .,

are of'tb.wl.dom'of at the same t#aif we can. "Have 'you. :read "Looking Balls only;and for ale- by all leading druggieta. rt b1.re w.wmlrslad+e .. ek.wr..etedr.leta.bb.b..de.tdM'P1ue ferA .ral..d i. the
Jd In aDd through Him afford to be.. w&rdr'" 3 'e1.W.Ialla/.d..wleedbH ore.ah'. ep.ekl.art'.esseer.
J* .D4'the refinement, of Jesus wa mill iteous. H* I do'tbatrLondon MALSBY COMPANY rr.r r blb.rr-Ipre ee epees i1./0Me IAni fete +
"How ,on: alrth could .. [
J, supernal troth.-. Distinct: bad vie use for tarS.m'.ol: '' Taller.. 4t fMAC.'roalln .T..ATLANTA.ISA.e '.. .. w.e.a ..weww. r;
i arefofower.; If they be Rome. Nor won e any wordof WNwrP+. a..t a..e..rr' f

'ers'and It Is ot: such only ,approbation rflHtarisnvot .&. ........ II I"'I 4 CASer'' '
> to. speak. to-night ot.th* 'to- lay._ ,He waa*f eats, 8X- VltIll'DaDeetNm-peI'o w i 1 tinoll coats t 4 tDROPSY .I<
y- seek: to emulate HI.* cept.when He j.o face with manentty onred by Dr. Kline's Great Nerneatorer. 'JI<
..and to. practice ills j>re- .In. He wa Hi attitude 93 trial bottle and treating frea.Dr.B. .
become conformed to the toward sinneres pa militant .B.KlIne,Ld.,081 Arob8.t..LPb11a.o-Pa

L ot HIvirtues They are agaisttheir ... a* a fighter.. "1 "- "BREAKING" 'IT.. ,
less They glory in, their H* carried the lattthe cue* First Clark-How ever hall I break' nn ,
leglance to Him; 'They exalt iiiles'. country, n Hi* that the' cashier ban : -
ordahlp and tatltur It to the.,boss Te eenvlne* any
promulgate Hi of or-
back: upon the wltb.all that money T thai _
and declare son t>C: .
Ht..d/vlnit7, Ie fought Bin "
y, and'they prates to strive ganlced with no ear wick tit or the con- Second C.lhler-MAk. Muller do it;-, It you bw-e It. or know et a ..If_, FREEing be ,"rl;
'like> Him. And h. stammerer-flegende Blatter.OsJy writ for p.ioulu.ofoutvaluahier.m.dy. ...
all this sequences to, !?ut .H* w**I wtar I
and'endeu'or' .. which OOABAMTEKD.
to beImply therefore QUI : pw'
no P eedof tree ,
ily because they believe it to fereit Son ifHla disciple. BEAGLE REMEDY ,CO. tt.8K"wfl! book of ln tn ,
I ,
.On* "BroiDO Qnlnlne-, Moos and -ratlin te-UmoaUli. Send
Word -
of God that
abldeth In I-He that The) trouble W5hreb. among That Is Lssattv BronM Quinine.- ,Look' e tssi sib: it "I=1ssv B..taa Atla--..Gal your name and dttees.d a poetal card. ,
j Him Y
ought' him. I other things. /bat'we quarrel forth*signature of 6 W.Orove, Usdth.eWorid .l'rlhstlt, .
to walk even a* He walked". rather than fll I ? seem to enjoy over to Pore a Cold la.One Day.Mo. HINERV' -
I
dlselple-hlp is the ambition a row amontTf" u much II t.PAi'N\ ,PAITIaEmteetlan
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./lt I* the glory of practical we, fear to'tf...the' cudgels 6t: .J J : '
AND B U P P LIE B. /
(Ity. DEGREE OF "
Jt'is the outward era truth for Go lnni nlty and go t'e s.bi.-....... ...Tear----a.ei., .wifMNe.err .... r I.."....'i I .. such as 'IIMII estan :
;;d
)large measure,of the faiths d "D.to ihohata"* wrong Nan-Toung "Mr Ketcbley It away: r.RUb..5 efts Mn1.w.w.ewur ... DI.. :....r.-.Ma amsteet .1 catarrh and tesemmatb.' . ;. .
'"l\hID'OIl' souls a* Chrl** wherever wef nil lfc aDd >at.. on his :vacation. Un't he? Art you 0s.lsSs It.a e.e1W te ee..e.i I nine rooUi.bdirect Inc' .ere "Iofta)abWi-ut. W
:and : = ..... -p"'; !
en women Jt' 11 5.1 Aasr. tl .Lr "
LPttue If .r
I COlt. some is
ever may: and be on corresponding terms T s .. power over these trovbtes C
"ot:, our worth W .-.. S. We ea i--- toaw i aprlldn tmmedlale
r-d a* walkme" hllllalatt and fl-es
we churches haft of arms a Fan-Not quite, but we're ,on,, picture uw ';Johnsois'inimen
'
( TboMaad womca
I '., ef are nalng aa* teeommeodlag -
Id have
a Prominent -
/
; : Trlbnne. it ,
ramp postcard terma..cbleqo ereryday eo at .
It
t.-manlreat'tbat.'b.tore 'no place I011' We need to ___. mall.Jtrm-mbor! we.uatl'tA R
ktic* the truth we must know: quit '''acrap/Del begin to fight ______________, _____ 1 U MOTH. II*O TO THV fK
J before we can follow we must In.. For if cease to. belaboreach" ,L ; i.15em p.
[Vision of the leader that there otherj eelese the strongholds lira.Window's Soothing Syrup;Children ...
daowlBaaauna. which ma V*-... isl. ,
footprint ahead ,List we may Ot al I all be neither true.disciples 't..thfng.eotNnseor( _... gc..iur rW.ue
u rein. that theta must be ex- o ior credited among wind- colic.IMoabotUe' IIST f'I; 'I iT IDpI8II.sEJeW*1 '

,jre ther will, be emulation.r . the men 'wa the busy world.. Not Sensitive Then., *, r I ,. .:=r 7.. =
r this I* prosale,. 'But. none the For w. ar to a warfare, and', : r J '
I* neceesary.of ., the :worldtweea the 1 difference be- I"A woman 4oel care U her shoes : (AtZ'07) f .
which 1* to say that if we are awar. ham btttle and a are a site too large- tfte-'the_ ..- ( ---'- -.',
.disciples of, the"'Lord f '. UCOK. ION "L;
Jesus r ;
.
\& ., gets busy with, her. )
'character we most have *0tn* conception Jesus w n of optimistic fore -. A '??!+O ilhltll ,. Eltrij JtntJ, ', ..Thellatllest ... I,
i and en understand- sight H oonJIdeDce.. H e' b. +' : 04. '
',tbf manner cf lit* if* llred, llevcd wb rea be4. He did'notdiscount THOUGHT. CHILD:WOULD DIE.. s -WAUnnl .. IriatCABBAGE :{lt';

stist have vision of the out.. its P wer. He was e wilEflEll ca.s. wrt, '. ';

'ogcharacteristics_ ot HU,manvoold -. never fo ouch to'deny lb.actuallt Whole pody 'Covered With'ealNl.: t.

be ; a xrewcome evidenced 'Itcb-CuUcnra Remedies Cure '( 5' : ', ... <10,'
1
Impossible In the space of Its act: He was no pesilralst -' 4 1' .
.t Coat of 7BC.My '
Jt e allotted to-the '
sermon of this H. wit ulI,1N.I.re' come PLANTS !
(any- other day to enumerate the CODte01P opt llltI.. But, Henc '- little boy....... only:an. Infant
ot our Saviour or to present did hAY 1. the future,. in months,. caught the Cuban Itcb. 4 best led
henclvety and fully the Sores broke oat from his. head to the bottom AM Qitltl AJnrCATj'TOVB'aronad tae woridwlth any ef the sad. 14
coia4 His truth.,In the nf- ,
1 of His -character. To-nlgbt the efflflcfency of his. feet. lie would itch and claw 'Papa'tio4't lorget'to buy a ,X sties of Upen Air Crowe Oabbage Plants at tbe lollowtog priee--vUi, L.000a OM to ,1""+.
004,01 Y.O;
e. $i.tepe( tbeuaadl,000teil.000rat! etW| IB.OOO or more at We. '
consider tnrply, four of the unlike t T Christian who seem ,himself and cry all the tIme. lie could not bottle of CHENEY'S' :EXPECTORANT M a 6. j that>we must poaseas and aug- to take +fn declaring the work: aletp dry or night, and a light dress la all ; 'I rice oa 60,00 10orders.deck aeeompanyiag e.1N order or UMy wlU go 0.IX
| by His.grace'within n* and ex-::: condltlojis that'have he could ""1'.' 1 called one of our beet. for your fttis KM"
of
i to, << 'Jfir<(< glory. about u* 4f we become tran erable Impossible and : 1 doctors brticat him,aad bill treatmentdidnot You'' cmn-lnir-l; .t' .By. Dr' Address B.Lj COX, Ethel S.C.., Box 8. ,

1 be Hl. disciples And these bopelesM we are true disciple .do any good but aae _meet to get '.
lalUto "
i ..I'ft'10: a large'outlcolIJ.: a otp04 never: despaired we worM' ,H.IIlUft'-I.... terribly,than ray Store and yoaknow.lt never t -
Dc husband said be believed be would hare te and Couth,
Croup
rightan ball IP cease to doubt the capacity cure my NQ.MORE"MUSTARD TO .
PLASTERS BLISTER '
I truth or our Leader to die>-I had almost given up hope when aladyfriend '
_> w*.must have are wti to follow 4111I01.leultle* ahdlto! remove .tbM 'ate to Uythe'OaticuraRemedies. THB cciENnnc AND MODERN kzTEltNAL COUNTIR-DUUTAMT.; M

. aud.to-be th* ort,ot disciples mount!W* must be eanely.hopefnl. .' 1 wed''the CuUcnra Soap and +Oe r .
.
'"T u- to becomes_' A. . applied the Cuticura Ointment and be.at ytlNSMrq

had a large .o1tlooknil n:A I labtlook.: '* catholic" spirit a, once fell into _a sleep, and be slept .with CapsicumVaseline.EXTRACT'OF\ .
I..Wesboundless": His vision mllltafhteousues*, an optimistic ease for tb. Bret ,time for' two _t.... CAYENNE
.1 the-veUioOtlmO'and pene- forte upon the pattern out-! After three applications the sores began to THE
the 'mysteries of etemlt,.. He wrousf Christ will' rehabilitateour dry,up, and in Just two week from the. :PEPPER PLANT TAKEN +

_ot circumscribed by the llmlta. f
fof Htatarally ralattoMUa*, nor hip spire our souls and resar-' my baby was entirely well. The treet :

i boundartw ot HUJtlrtbtf ace. reel 14.. a church upon the, neat only'cost me 180., end 1 would bees JDOH'T. WAIT TILL TUB ..PAINCOMKS.KEltI : k I'', l,

the confuse ot',' Palestine. hertf*>eft' And, It Is high. time ,gladly paid WO U 1 could not have got 't ; : A... TUBE HA11DY.AL '
less>.was He concerned with the m. any cheeper. 1 i-el safe In sayipg that tbeCuticvra .. .
web: '
In...*. and,the meanneeae of Remedies. saved tie lUe. He is A RgAPY-CV*A.'

bleb so dominant the minds andy el Ilowshlp With Need. now K boy of fire year -ilre. Xana Miller, .CAPUDINE DEALBK5.{ ;'"Oft tn.'HAIL otr, "..P.0&ie.' '" ,, -. .

.the plrltuallty.:of SQ many of Union City R.,F. D, No. 1, Branch Co., substitute for and superior,to mustard or any other phase and *4K.MM|M-f' I, '
-.tollopen'1. ,Jesu ;,was *o en- Ncihat the vole of need Is'the ilub,. Aley 17, M06." CURES =e/ blister tbe most delicate skin The pata-aUayiJI4 curative quaVnaS et iBa, .Y
od with the.;consideration. of volcJOod. That need I* an, appealed article are wonderful will atop the toothache at once, and relieve. Headache ... ;

thing that He had no time to we easily believe. Hi NERVY WOW'AN HOW.Dlobbs Cft.rAMII II.'E .r .IIsass. and Sciatica: We reoominend It Mine beat and safest external counterIrritant -. I
MORE!
ttl. .thhtp' .DDO,.." lIe'was tend guarantee HU notice; bull' . known also as an external remedy for pain la the chest aid aeomaob"an4
*o of ,. .,,take ..... ... .. ..... uJi. ,
benfooUier attitude HU.lo.e. Don't ver
you your
.. ., : .
promulgating\ principle and -erIfylng .... ae ... eelbas. ......, pa.. all Rheumatic, Neuralglo and Gouty complaints. 'A iris will prove what1'we ; '
them -new-thai He bade aDd w emphasis upon its'meas.ure wife out.In"your,automobile tBlobba .. t claim for It and It will be fouad to be Invaluable In th*household aad for I'I' ,

e for gossip, The trouble with il hear the Macedonian cry1 -I took: her out oacNs! but' she ,A-'vTBW.On : .., children.. Once used no family will be without It. Navype.sle ay'..It Ie, "b

brlstlaniryof"thr'dayia'that' for .DcI.Jt..a4.laie been<)empanlon creamed so' every time '1,' ran' over the train from Toccoa I sold to the beet of all your preparations." Aoo.pi no preparation of vasal) unless. Ij; ''HI
that th."ban Uaten' ,
v!. reversed the 'of coal the came carries our label a*otherwise it I* not geatrine.
process 'any body-that It made-me nerrous.Philadelphia. .-
; me we .
h voice of Ood. They nave a' sitting beside a
..,- . We are 110, biuy,,with the loa notT*grasped the idea that thai, Record.Tay young man the mountain and. caught a end peel e4Mre ..* we will -Mil -. "....,- >......*.',* ..$. -, "A
thing that we have but climbed .-Maua leM wktoJi will tut***.* pear
M little time or strength to at neMacedonIan, bar spoken to1Ool ''magnificent blue sumps of a distant "' f: ''ah
if CHESEBROUGH MFG7CO.W.L.DOVGLAS 1i.W''v cal:
state tt. : : 1
*.epreur of the large. ,W* U somehow Ood represenjtatfnot >..*.Ohewoke*1te.ndy of sweet and buy',valley( .

i busy>> with gossip that, we tor* only a suppliant for Ood'sho Gum and Mnllen la Natate's great ,.m.. ,'LooK: what a long Mew you get ..:
"i.proclamation of principle: :.h-t. a messenger-to speak! dy enras Ooalh., Coldi Group and Con- .
clplo* of LoMlar.I I, 111. And that hejralds of thd option, and all throat and lung troubles.At from Jlxere.? .
our. .
busy IdIHulltnc, goner er oo.IDa from Tro 4 ,croMHInie drajgUta, "'.. Oo. and *LOQ per bottle. .".Ye*, .uh,", be ,replied seriously after {

r Lot i the- manner and whatthey the meth. Aegean are showing; loyal' a Heady look., ".* tab. 'as yuh ""

1-the clothes,and the frailties o c. a* :wells responalv gym4p RETRIBUTION.---- can: see"Chicago Newsrr, ;,

tie nreiv'ln-ithe.time to-engross faith that they 1 need to'learn that,truth more 10ne.- -'"Tbat young man who playsthe ...' Lt .\ ;. :
*8lar.t.&Dd themselves twenty. God ha* identiffed'Hlm4g cornet In III" S'Aei Oree Ii' e ij >> ,..

r ot:the Kingdom perdurable ot at { Itb human need... Surely the> Green-"Do. yon .think: ,be .will,re- pass Ointment guaranteed to cure any 8MOC. AY ALL m , .
Almighty tad Itchlng Dd,Bleedill.or Protruding i '
"snt ,' I ,the Man of Sorrow teaches not _Iclle. row erns 4.
|f ;wa were true disciple It I* what H* bids us recog covert J Uasia 0 to 14days or money refunded. OOs. MCMBCN or TMC FAMILY, 'r
"ord we' would minify the fallaad4ldtoayncrssies fla His picture ot the Judgment: ,'JoD1 am,afraid not, The doctor o MEN, eoye,.wQMN!.MIssa..ANgONILDna111o1r ,

l-4n.'th of the imnch' a* y* did It unto one oi who II'atteDdlJi"a. him* lives' next- 'Words.and Stones.. w..I.a... .1ItII .s'o.'i01: '
household of faith least of these My brethren, ya did door."-Tit-Bits. George Meredith ,. ..,..'..lI.-.s..tl iWl.. ,
Ins,are no,greater then our *', Some year ago, 1ha. a7 ...... -'--- .. 5k. b !
;j ma&DltJ' the need of.tb.eI to M*. .This I* low 'O.erpowj i _*lad a house built for himself which Mhos.y' ...." T. ,:w ::webt: ? iS
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for food In
1 Every craving .
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)the Importance of a stern le, ,,famishing bodlea-l* a con r 9100 Reward.'.1OO.Th was rather mall, Although: extremely; --=-.--eM.....,.p waAs ,.- .NW.farer-=-. -tr.-
r-jn'the front, rank: In the once of Hi' wilderness fatting; .readers of this paper will bepleaaetl to comfortable. One day a lady visited NW __ ... '1M tr..4d,.."q.. siAear.M., a

|t(against.sin. and the deslra* .r prison bar of every,pining cap- lecrn that there .. at 1...* one dreaded dim- .Wm..and, with great pride be allowed W.L". ..., aa'tls..d$5O., "". ..........,......,AW..... rr
'communion here and eter of the fetter oi caw that science has been able to core in all After .L.Den.ta lI-s0e4 ea ..._. Tab N.' ....
a counterpart her the their: tour r-CAUTIONW. ,
th; the: Infinite King of soldiery in the COY.'Dor'ce 1'.u.....aDd that l.Catartb;:-jIdl .Catarrtal. over ;place. stunt*, Bold by tb; IwH .ho. d_>M* .v.rywLw.. 8... m..tl.. from fMtory. .., pertrld. .
LAndT wa would practice what savage "medialcult. nontt-e enre being: to. of Inspection ,the visitor tuned. to CIt alae Ulunt-4 analog.-*. W. L DOUOLAL Urvittom. .... '
"nedr. and labor as we prayed. ; every shooting pain of' ever> ,.,Catarrh a eon.stitutwnal her host and with- a' dlsappolntec. I .

road a cathoiitf spirit.'- There aged ..frame .an addition to, the d **.'.., requires a constitutional expression side ,"In your, books you are :
bay ot the crashing nails and plerc- treatment. uli; tanhCWetstak.nmut* fABBAGE PLANTS: ll B ate
w 'a uan>who had firmer,or and and baronial y
(mate t thorns on the cross. "Tejlld Itl lully.aeting directly upon the blood nn.- describe huge castles I
convictions a message eoue surfaces of the.ey-teni thereby detroying when to build _______ BEEr FL.AKT
Ito MeT What a marvelous *.tate. hall,but you.come you ,
al tbanourLord. Hie the foundation of lb.dUeae*.and girinf I I >ap.diojY.MDatlwwZABLYfBSEYNALZI'IZLA
con- GBADS
yaOM"I'D" BAltB
fellowship PIenta.rs all OHO WM
Cur
mt of a little house like this WhyIs
|in;;lIla :ambassadorial rela tbe patient strength by building the con put up ,
t between Ood and th."world The condemnation of the .miser etitution and aerating nature,in_doung its UT Well. ,replied the .author oeyei.rtr:! P I ,
tn..'" ..His belief In' the finalr -, le victims Of elflsha.ee was In the work. The proprietors, have so-much faith with'a ;twinkle In his'eye,' "the rea- OBABLZ8TUM .WAKEfIELD, about tea days later la Oaivarletlea
te that the had not listened:to the In its curative .that,they offer One '
power- Medium sari and abort. -etem ,,
Pet"wa* because word, cheaper we nave naeesaloa. a t
eouummat I are
of the hungry aufferlnajhrlst. Hundred Dollar. for any ease that it fails te eon '
lading ,, Price Joll.wet l.O'JO U > ,
:He- LatFlat Dnl-s. a ft.OOO.giJM !
[ ws'never'narrowf He Bend for hat of le-tlniont.U.< Address M A., P.. r '
ant* of ..all.MrmIDe'tb Now. this I* the lesion' ears. r..cu.UY&VIJ..j.oedo"O'Id / than tones. t ; a,000109,000.LR5i lO.OOOaBduwarda .l.OOTbeeeI i
"truth [acedonlan needb Qod'a cry;.,.}Tb3 '- - . plaata are ail grow near salt water alld.OI'ltaaei wean add ;
Jhe that. Ha'declared hv Ikurgu'te, 79e. .
!saponse to.-the'need' t* ob .1 eoaatipatloe WooUord'; 'wttkoullutery, TIIOANft-ltAM1.TOw.1tLhM.p, -ttlg0e ;y
ver a Hall's Itch in tee' :
word of encouragement! Take ,,,EaauJJ'ViUa'or,. .. cured _in. by {
:in. ThefaUure to respond I* red '
taker after/llght that/ tfiamtary JUUon. Never laf is. -At; druggtsU. --- e
Samaritan 'Or a. Romany Were .at.llion.:-"The ,,Captain of> Our1tbtby 1'_. T ; :CRESCENTANTISEPTIC4-

ors alave,'Jesua bad''tolera4 : .Wallaca'MacMuUenD.D. SO ,DIFFERENT. :.. '
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ORBATHSTNorn HKALBR KNOWN TO'5OIENOEj y i
Imp: He- BbeYegi'abeldadjng\ ,bores \ -
Was dlad infowaD.rndlal'hi { TOO BLOW."Ha
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r Cbristltut Kon "' bnamsatto-t .l.pi ,. "
P-.1f- .
i J Tbo Measure., loakeI ." Irritating. Allays
religion. an 3.- .w.-aald girl In "The Lady and "the ) your son decided what profession ':lit<* pain from any eanM As strong ee arbobe add and ae harmless a.' F .
He had a welcome. for ever 'Ot'a-Cbinese.eonvert*it understand "0"'.''.aw, the.:plec* ,last ho will pursuer* sweet sulk. 'ares bums Insteatly'.our s'' eld ....,.____ .......1'A r
--weafc and wandering jLtter-hlf,4tb..Tb.re, 1* no-dltteH .'-h.$!' dlfrfereneeV 1 e one sores .... naaunatkm froea any ease *. ntan er besst jTer. tit ....,
onest., .Quite otherwise i fence'between him=andthe missionary Book' H.-.y..c should r have recognlttdyou T -No. but .t.'doeaq't' make:''any,.with .. 'i .tAoWa.sore:r'e.4 end, soup., 8atlsta tiM 11.4.. Iy+.t wi t
LltudeavwHhln HI churct U Brahman once said to a i He' wouldn't catch up ,

_, to think that totfran *Yon"Chrl tlan are''' not ,aa-good: as1 : -,--SomerylileJournal.. . .' 1 I tn7"siUmoro': ,Amertcaa. _, tArWehold.h.eCa.rDialee.1r4A4ltatsvitsT06gKlttaLt, &.reEtrwytle.rt' rP
BUS dishonorar oo-terml onr;Book:.',, If you were aa good a*' : : i" 1 .

> seem to lm.g1.'that. froor'Book.;,you would' convert. India ..rt,;<'

e are to 'their tipgt L6r4.J'AcI, IrCMrt world' fleeds mJl'.Is.e.yeanur,tiring I epUtles What, and the ".:.:1'f..\ t-

mulUtadeem tcvthtnl. epistlethat. are1:written s ,Io'tbe'' La Creole V//ill Restore tfiosa Gray Hairs : ;;!'
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to be catholic in spit Holy Bcrlptur v by, ppirtt' .ot.he I.
'l temper we must corn ,UyJA.-God... .vWtien; ;i .ae *'I:.aa- I I.I r'" .':.:
the.-Boark ,
nallty of oar teaching good a* world' will I '
i our flag; and minim know st'Olpfntls'sent, ,ot.God... .-- LaCV P r $1 O ',",'" ,,. .

uportance, and, ",pis Ko...4. .-..-.-.. '........!."".. T,'..J'':" _,. .. ..:::.:J I.f -. ..'"'i"'"

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u, .SU..n- det '
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to .Specialist-Eve, Ear

........;tile,- C'ha:t* : WOMAN'S Mf '' Nose .and .,. .
.."U ,,1' .. ... 'throat. "
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......1. . WONe"I rom Japan
.' Ta& ...., .. .."... atll'lto': .
s0aeb.d.. .... "IS6III2, I Hosaital
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"-........... .... I'll __ "'eurrER the 111* of womanhood Private American Na-
......be....u.at.d.... ..... : : so- many women do rafter Do rot tional .Bank Building Tampa;
APPORTIONMENT or COUNTY tor.t wH without the D.lt
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___ Fund : ..211J0d : ; Florida.
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at and
examinations embarrassing .
Nov O4 '
els line ..a...G..L..v.Oonaral B.ndr........is,..... u : .? Do you want to. tat a S '
School Fund.ColleeMd .-..: .Nor. 1oWi7A right Into your bom ami our ',;,., rVe have just rece ed a fine assortment 1t'of: .
K8 OS ,
by C L. Handy In ;
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AaUneetobeeollOnlnty .. .. .'. : ;. IM.,,

Tasmount Bead assert-'..:;..... ......: et4GU7 BENEDICTA '...... S
C L w: L. W INN,. JAPANESE GOOD
11 B.-i>iuN.UOhd"b . .. 900 00 '* Medicine." A. prescription\ I ,; .
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,B.Lno.b br.olnted:. .:,. ,' ." who mad. the study of Fe PUWIOI4N AND..toRU01'\'.

T.County.nou.amoan nt.u.d Special*collected v'il"Br by, u;.:.f.. 1Wnb2, . .eaa.,tor* bli him specialty In hU practice.It was It ud baa a_"_0.._..,,..f.":. K......... f g; of. descriptons, A table for Birthday' ,.and. .

_,..Nor ...... ....... .... 1\04.11.\ ... ased saoocMfullr by thousands ....10......*'..,. '. ......._ WedditiR
J
;.- Presents.
; aSJShiSlDiat.NafcTo during tbs many year since. Pro .
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amount eassaasd...-. >" IVt 48 .physicians bar also found It a ral- U.V.. SIMPSON ,
+" collected by /,-. .. ::13[ -
By amount ,when" they.dlrad toarolil. g
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Bandy. N 7' to be eolleettd-... DENTIST.. ; '"' consists of Portiers Screens Curtains
selection
Sub-School Dial No. 11- Our { 1 boo ,.
\ Te amount aaMnfit assessed collected. .by. OBuxly > L 14 wv BCNEDICTA A Office orer Osceola Pharmacy, Cushions, Pillows, Lanterns, P sols. Wickerwork and a tiumer-.
Tt ,Nw. ....-. ,.w....., 60&SubSchhooll ...tab'. ...ai.d,.. It Is .mid from 9 1 of '
... .. a.l: and assortment eful and ornamental China and
costly :,
barbs and barks known to possess OFFICE Uouas: \ 1.50 & :%: "' ous .
Diat No..- : to : -
tt..which hare a wonderful Curative Bric-a-brac. .
t To amantasssmed.N168 Telephone No.,76 Jun 6, Ivr.W.L.VanDuzor&Co. ,

i To Bandy.amount Nov collected. ......-by. C. L' 1761I : system.affect upon Without the female"mentioning organ and - ----, .. .. G7 We would call attention ,t ur Complete Line of Floor Cover-

iI Mh'\ Balance to....'leetecl., .E....U LESLEY: !; forms of female trouble..that women t, ings, consisting of Carpets, Mo.2S, Rugs. Art Squares, Sc, altat. .
we say that th..11 no troubl.of this
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Clerk Circuit Court reasonable prices.
'r I BtneficU will not Immediately re "
County Florida.By .
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f .ARTHUR,- E.: IPONEOAN. D.C. '-- finally cure '. g COME. AND LET US ,,SH YOU WHAT WE .HAVE.
BENEDICTA __ .
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Public Road Notice.
1 ,carefully and scientifically, and .... '
<<.I..;: NoUoeU hereby Ivn that It I* the .."- consciousness of the responsibility KERS', S

of the Board of County ftommlacloiMrt" of i iIL to suffering women a remedy that .., -- .. -. W. B MAK.\: eON CO. :
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.t: County.FTortda' at th next regular m \ only be.beneaclal.but aUa barmlei .
r aid Board to be held M Monday the 6lh. ., no matter what may be the con REAL ESTATE: '
Jl January, iliUM. to eatablbh the following .
i P. of the woman taking KISSIMME LORIDA.
.1', t toad aa a public road: told.at $1.00 p.r bottle, by AND INSURANCE L .-
Commenein'at a point rand..outb j
,. i eaatof the half mil itak. on the aouth VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV _
; OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOfX VVVVVVVW
It line of faction 12 In Tp S7 South of R.. Pharmacy

r .aUt.nd running u.......north 8 decree I .--..,- ----....-.,.- -- .,....__.. ..-. ... . ----,--.. -: -t" .
f
I yard to the north Un of Section 18, ......... .-
I J '1 41 daaraei west lJO: ymrda, Ihene north 12: KISSIMME& FLA. [DDED 'TREES !
l !" wart-- and ...ne-eUhth mile to Turkey -------- Atlantic 1 Coast Line! __
'r- u.nort.h S2 dogrm weat to northeut "" ."y, son .
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1" ... of 8EKof NWW of Soctlon'Bt tp. 28 g.E. .'_..... ....,..... tq .1'" '
,if. t..._north 40-riM went one fand jne miu j.... Aii... iS aryl ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED : Isles orth Nurseries.
'.1' mil,thence north M deans. wet to'the ...... ,
01 i|esmif rep: pt.nq un.,1t
. .. .. .... .. ,,..
I road at northweat corner of NIT' of- / |.. ( || 01 p M Ml"UI'!"' -" .eICw" "Ne'York: and Florida Special". FI
Bwtloa 1C. theses north' through '. uw.o . C11ASK & CO.] 1HIUKTORS .J. \V. .HOARD,AOKMT
and 4 to th.right of way of the St.Cloud; IIINITN MIMlt 1NOH Mil 1H1WE -.,-AND- '
We will have r for next'Fall and Winter planting : '
Del Railroad In kald Section 4 Tp, 16 8. R,; I 01 mlaa.Ulqwl gntaap a 'gelieral'assortment
,aald road to b.HO tee\;wide. U rest on l "'""I':>J 1>"' 14.1.'"I.DlloI.. .o ernnqR. "Chicago and Florida Limited. of ( anti) Grapefruit Trees of all leading -varift* a,
.. ...f MId described rouU 'eIUnlllil'uU"'QIA. "411 1 atOJfeJNIL tte&. Our trees >udded on rood, healthy tough Lemon and
Wltnea my hand a* ..-cJIIkIo Clerk. of ...........i\';...... ,,'fI: \ Vestibule hour Orange ro< uaribleed free from Insects pests 011.01clad.\ .
Solid Trains. Steam Electric
Heated
and Lighted; All budded from .
In and
Board and the official Seal of said Board at !:- ring trees our fiTores therefore truaio,
) aim_Florida, thh 2nd day of Dee........". -. i Dining .Cars, raise.' Our facil i for growing nursery stock are second to''' :. "
1UU7., E.: L. LESLEY. tone and our tretl re as fine as mOl.e, and twenty year'. xper: 'I
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Clerk Circuit Court.O* uola County f- -ALSO lence can product, "'e are maklnff a specialty this season of the yr,,
By ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. (S Y maul Caligreatest ,', ilencla Late which I. destined to become the '. .
Deputy Clark. 'FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" T TUB !> moneyFlorida.. OUI'V.leDCla buds come dl. Q,.,.-
.. -AND- fact from the best! rln<< tree. In the district DOW famous for *'?f
I r. .pro .
In Court of of E during: the beat V lee In California. ,
Justice the "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS" A S T

,' '", State of'Florida. TOHB : Write for Prices to J.W, HOARD Qotha. Fia. or call and see our' ,'Nu
Heary Gavldlfur. "DIXIE F YER'-, and series at Waco'on Florida Midland R. R., '

I r.' .SSSMSOSS.SV', Plalntilt* I WEST "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"Pullman .
'Oeoeola .
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... Defendant.Atlutie .}OvIIAction *'tTaP'V'ytFsY".F"th; ....rPgi. "4'V"Y./r'I.- __....n.
J ; Railroad 0-....... a Chicago Louis, : '
f' CorpoiatioaiGarnish**: .Atlanta'and I Intermediate Points. .f NORTH K1SSSIMMIE., PHONE .NO!. 8.'

To' Jaatea .-. Defendant:, and All 'PULLMAN DINING OAR. tS....VIO..
ti Whan It May -.. > '
.Tea at.b.sbyn.u6dthat Writ of youi'A For tickets, reservations' or Information calfon nearest" Atlantic Coast t O.i.dr1ffin.

meat boa bass........la the ....'_.. Line Agent, or .
.. s..r property la the handaof Atlantic J. 'TAi'lPA"FLA. > ,
W..CARR. T. P. A. J. G.
KIUKLAND. D. P. A .'
.R..nc.d........aq4 C.mssay that...a..Corporation.. yea appear,haa baf:.... T. C. WHITE. O P.,.WILMINGTON. N. C. W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M. t.

OrartenerbafonthaTUidar et ,January, t Fancy '||atnlly Groceries
s Its* $"t br.default:wffl l be entered. :

1 .' '., .,' >**>. ." HENRY OAtrLDINO.Attest. \ 1NOi1 ', BARGAINS AT CASH STORE!II f sh Meats
I
,-'"i L;A,.MINX. I..*....of u..P-. BNIM3 1S3113V9SQ190M3N1 ; _
t Aid' NeoembertRth.WOT.' lit Delluery Every. CBatany Hour, Patronage SoUelted.MALSBY .

y,}, ': :''Notlce r Pictures aad..Picture- ................. A:....... J.....-.... -

White Lawn 40 Ins wide,1, per to'35c/ ./
I' .. KISsifnii e. Fla. c. yd.Lac ;. .
ftj.\\ '
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Discharge' ., . \ / '
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t Jnlwide.l: worth ;; '
$ .
Spool
- *, 6t 3Xk sells.5c. \ Thread .
at 4c. ,
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'1 .Ifotloa... b...bF...... liD aU'n It / '" ... ",, M IHINERY COMPAN'
.. may ARE AGENTS FOR- >' ? :,:. ', r'1'qF .':m-', ,, V.-.V -> i :< fN.i.li-l.'H.! : :
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eera that aU month from this data. I wU... ; ;" Ladle. UaloD Suits at $1.00.:, R
m,aooouata and mmeher to the County Harvester Co. Cassimere Pants worth 92.50: sell JAO! kONVIL.1.1iStr t ".....
the County of Oeoaola and State of Flo 4d. at.'...1:;.. Good,Door Lock with. two"keys. 20c. Le DI.tance Fhene B74. 33 .. ..:. w
1: 1 I .offioa m KUaabnmee City for. r
t 'k proral and ink for a anal discharge a* Gasoline Engines. Pin Strip Pants. worth /11.150.elJ'; Nice Suits Clothes worth ,U, at .10 Po 'rtableand Btatlooerr Eg

le tratorof. theKatatoof Thom..SlIM, "--. 1.00.. One-Ration and Boilers; Sawmills Wood
Best on .the Market. We Coffee Pots go at 15c./
rS ,J. W. MILLER. Jeans Pant., worth 1'j1). sell l at. i log: Machinery and Hupp: lie*.
..... \ .vou-close orices on En '1.25. New Dress.Goods from 15 to 25c, t V plot line carried. In atook Lit
'September. f.1907. aep 27 l.enn.Vrlt.e.. for- cats .
and Pumps in running order. State. asrents for the-Old.Hsj ,i iOaaolisia

... PO . .- Notice- of- Annual" Meeting.'The farimi." You will find Bargains in Shoes It )EaiKl! ea, ,: ':\ '
annual
kj : meatin*of tha'etoekboMer*
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>> Uaitad Land Company.of Florid will be L. Van PUZOIV& "
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"the office ef lb.ornpanr. In.* Klaaimmea,... Eyery Day in the Week. MACHINERYBUILT
? JI o'clock a,BU oa Tusaaaw,January 14."1!. : i .
i U e electtoo of director,and for the .
r.nf each other buslnss. a* may com W.... .
.: t.:. maMins.' C, W.WARD. tEAt
'., n ICIaahnnea. Fla. pee.10,1W7. R. L. HARRIS, M; D. J. 9. MC KWAN.HARRIS'iSANITORIUM. .
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.;.. -oJ::
,. I.e, .Notice of Annual \ t .
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; Notice..hereby given that the regular .
7.i- ; meetina-of the stockholder of the t-Pa
K ,":,. ;Cattle C t paay In It aim_!City',Florida on the ps
i . of Jau.rr.1908.the moo boinc{ th*second A Private Institution built and equipped with all
&; day In said month at the hour of o'clock modern
o ; '.. 8..H. BULLOCK.p You WelL conveniences for Surgical work' and the. caro..and. .treatment of

r' .tIeereta I'the sick.Terms.

k''t Stockholders'MeetingThe ".;- v 1 Reasonable.. Write for Particulars.PAINTING ., 7

rearular" a anual meeting of the It IsaflIdeal "
k Z +I -"er of State Bank 0(KluI_ wW,be '. NOT STl FED
Bunk building In 11-: 01& January,*. #
t ,gt I? t at 6 po m. C.A.CARSON. ''*"*1"T T-.in ef"JeWCjnBhT
?y N.B.CARSON,, .... tftuIkAA1
f4 ,;; t Secretary and C..hlor.SANTA ,Remedy(for 4 M; TIL ,
H1IdiA
I
,7GURANTEED
ConstlpaIndlgestioB- .. = :Real Estate Agency. =

("MIA.appA rM '
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rAIM17.AUVN04 .aN.N.NRealty -
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10 M( tlnia,. j bought :::.sold. t

: t1 'Has House rented .
'.Established Headquarters (If t
Taxes paldand Titles verified -

My Store$and left a JFull '?>'-: ... j for non-residents. i .r
L= Biliousness t'> Fie. Life and Accid4ntansurance. ? -
"- Line of All. Kinds ofChristmaa'aood's If,you' are thinking' of '1 ; ,

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