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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: January 3, 1908
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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Volume ID: VID00314
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The Lyceum Comedy* Company' 1 CALL TO Exposition Awards.
JOHN,, HUGHES' APPOINTSTATE .,. .
The Lyceum ComecI" Co.,'which has .J ACKSONvJLt"E.: FLA., Dec 31,, WAs '. "" "

t 'IS' RECAPTURED.1IWI been? ; showing bore/ all this week ; DELEGATES.National information to your reader I 1 I ---: ;' ,-:( ..
beg to enclose list of awards accorded -
under cknvasa, Is one of the best, -
entertainments 01 the kind that has .the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ex: .. I' .,. .

Be ,Sent to New York In Charge ever been In Ktsslmmee, and the people Democratic: Convention'Will hibit'at the Jamestown- exhibition u .

of I I are .howln .t.helr appreciation by I Meet in Denver Col. July;7th. I From this you, will see also Florida carried was ( '.. 19O7VI9O8 ,
Special Deputy. "turning out in .large numbers. and ,I. well represented and off ', .
the lion'. share awards ,4
of receiving I
berUf ,J. M. Walker returned filling the tent every evening.' National Democratic Chairman ten '

OOIlM' Sunday night from Panama -Mr. ALS.- Evans, the genial Thomas T"lltar had seat out his gold medals, four silverand livebrodzenineteenth .w .. /' !L 'I '

alone, tils\ prisoner tobp"Hugbes, manager of the company, is "a corn- oHlulal call for the election of delegates all) '.4 :::;'' '''' \' 45. .;,
The ;
'baying escaped from the authorities median of a high order and carries to the convention, ionbe held tn -collective ,display of wood I- ", ." w.

of thatcountry on the eve of-. his :with him a large) company, each of Denver, on July 7, 1008.' Notes;; arc grown on the\ line of railroad Included '. .,- .

''mrrtval whom I. an artist. of rare talent in sent all State chairmen, with "instructions Polk 'county fair exhibit, which re-J
to
c celved first premium In IttOO\ of' .'
part
'Walker'1" hU her IIDe.One' .
or said notice much
f Mr.. boarded the steamer to give a. .
Hernando snd'all is t county
of
,t tit New fork for: Panama, and after feature the showthat publicity as possible and to arrao'lle exhibits "

el daya at sea during which time creating l widespread Interest Is the i at. once, or as -soon as practicable, :
'.toff enoountered some very stormy giving' away of a solid gold watch1 to i for the election or appointment of A showing at above should be1 an :
the most popular lady In the object lesson to all residents of FlorIda New Year .
t9 weather, landed at Colon,, on the 'young delegates .
If from the small exhibit. as
to'wn the contest to be decided by the
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Iithmus of Panama about. 3 o'clock lion Duncan U. Fletcher, chairman -
In the afternoon. Panama City. votes of the audiences each night./ of the Florida State Democratic shown' bjthe Atlantic Coast Line ,
The vote U bulletined each evening received1' the Railrdnd euch results can be obtained ,, ,
4 'where Hughes was being held !Is executive 'committee, *
for the previous night, and,.on .Satvrday what would have been the result
'for ,-ee..a mile Inland from Colon, Florida notice from Mr., 'Taggart ; I,'
and upon' his Arrival ..t.-::the latter nightthe. one who' has received yesterday. The notice Is sent from from the united efforts ot all the
the largest number of votes for the whole State In mald'JIf'eu b a display ;
notified the under date of
'p' joe Sheriff 'Walker French Lick, Ind., .
awthorltles of Panama by telephone whole.week will receive the watch. December 21. 1'001. and read as follows , as"only, Florida caf' reeting ,
and told them he would be over on The t leading' contestants'. now'' are : t, A space of 1575 square, feet was occupied <
a, by', the Atlantic ''Coast Line .
'Jesna
Misses Nellie Lupfer and Natlonat'Com ,
the first> train, which\ ;; left about two "The Democratic '
: hours later. Gardner, with the former .slightly. In mil tee, having: met In the city of Railroad to. show the various, products ,.
P.nam. the lead of, Itt territory, 'This space.was ..
He. arrived at about 8 Washington on the 12th day of Dec r
o'clockIn the evening and went The company will present tonight a ember, 1907 has'appointed Tuesday; decorated Tit an attractive manner and ,

t direct to t.he'onioe' of chief of police, comedy entitled "Slaves ,of the the 1th day of July, 1903, as the time was one of the most. admired In the "

'under whose 'authority- Hughes was Orient." Tomorrow afternoon at. :a and chosen Denver, Col., as.k the State exhibit building./ '
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being held, when be was notified that speclaLmatlnee Nights In a Bar.room" place for holding the Democratic GOLD MEDALS. To 'my friends and'patrons I { :
Atlantic Coast l-ID..R.Uro.d display l :
1#s'man had escaped about two hour.Qi01' . will be the presented engagement, .and here tomorrow National Convention. night
Each State is entitled to representation fruits and nuts
\., Hughea with eight other 'prisoners will' conclude with The Girl With therein 'to double the number of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.fruits take this Opportunity'of expressing' .'
wooden the Auburn Hair.Masonic *r and vegetables In liquid. ,
Z. were Incarcerated In a small ltd Senators and Representatives In
A Cohn & Co.,. Amsterdam Ga., "
Jail tbat sat, very high up off the Installation.On the Congress -of the United States, Sumatra tobacco. 'jl'

&...ground, ''and the prisoners were and each territory, Alaska, District W. B. Roddenbery, Cairo. Ga., iny appreciation' of theliberal share l'

s served their rueaU In another building Friday evening last, St. Johns of Columbia Hawau and Porto Rico Georgia cane syrup. ..,...:..;- .. ', 1t

.some distance away.. Hughes had night; the newly elected officials of shall have six delegates. John K. Cheyney, Tarpon Springs .., ,
.. Orange Lodge F. & A.. M. ; Fla., unbleacbed spo'nges. of accorded ''during \ .
the guards that Blossom citizens patronage ine ; '
:been; Informed by "All Democratic of the Ds-
,( I The G. M. Bacon Pecan Co.,. ... >f .a
'Sheriff, Walker had come for him were duly Installed at the Lodge United States, irrespective, of the Witt, Ga. ..

'>"; and about 6 o'clock, when the prison. room in the presence of a large past political associations.and differences E. V-: Blackman' Miami Fla':, ayacadoe ,

1'**rs were,being marched out to supper number of local and visiting brethren, who can unite with us, in the. *. the past. year.' The five years' during c w .
t after which a banquetwas held In S. H. Pollock, Miami Fla., ava- < : v/
he managed to get
tl; jjiy a:negro !guard effort/ for a pure, economical, constitutional qadoei.

r out aheaO'"'-ofvhe guard and other the dining room of the park hotel. government are cordially E. J. Blount Alva, Lee county, which I' hare 'been In'' business '' .

r'. .prisoners, and ran ,under the house Mr. Roma Thomas, the newly Installed Invited to loin us In sending delegatesto Fla., pomaloes (grapefruit). ,. *, r. .,
and away; 'getting entirely" out of W. M.,. acted as master of the convention.. Chase A Co., oranges and' ,.grape M j i :r .

sight before the guard realized hewa. ceremonies at the of banquet the and things after THOMAS TAGOART, fruit.Punta Gorda Pinery Punta Gorda. in Kissimmee hare- been 'rears'; of i> "'t f < ';
all had partaken good "
.CbalrtD.n."UREV ,
gone., Fla. '
f The guard then, notified beadquarters set out by mine host, Gardner, called WoopsON, Secretary." .! E..llneapPlel. FI.... >tne- .. *, .c '\ t. : ;.::' .

!' and a diligent search al'' onv several brethren for toasts, The officers, in addition. Chair .. continuous growth In'' my list ,of '.
result. allowing each One to select his own D. D. Swartley, Green Cove Springs, ,
but without '
cj ,made far him manTsggartand'Secretary. Woodson, Fla., Japan persimmons. / .*.
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Sheriff Walker spent that night subject.Among. are DeLaney Nlcoll, Vice Chairman; Gritting Bros, Co.. Jacksonville .
add next day In Panama but as there the speakers of the evening George Foster Peabouy Treasurer; Fla., pecans seventeen varieties.SILVKR patrons which is gratifying and evIdences ; \

h :>seemed,tittle hope, of recapturing his were Prof., R. O. Meek, Col. J. M. Edwin Slfton Assistant Secretary; MEDALS. / .. *' ., '
Wood and Rev. J, P. Lewis, each of 'RailroadT collective
Line -
'Shan 1'l&'bt.-waY. and a boat was Martin at-Arms andMessrs. Atlantic Coast '
John I. Sergant:: ; '
whom eloquently\ lauded the cause tobacco exhibit. that efforts to give the' : d'm
: coming this way, he determined to,re William F. Sheehan, August collective my
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, '
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turnbome, being assured by tbe and purposes of Masonry Belmont James Smith, Jr., J,, Mr exhibit of woods grown on line \ -
.chief: of police that all due diligence Altogether the evening was a most I
Gulffey, John R. McLean, Thomas S. of railway. ; -
'" 'would be used .by his. force In the pleasant and pro8tsbly..pent and will Msrtln.'aod Timothy Uyan. ot the Melohers" & Co., Charleston .S. C., people tho best of goods at reasonable -
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; be remembered by those oresent. rloe. c' ,
.: Hughes/./ long ...
-r recapture ; executive commlt.ee.1. s > ? Gordon Co. .ea''' island i "
.., A Number of the wives"and daughters W. V ,
The sheriff then returned home and The national headquarters are in " '
.. cableVram of M.loD.were present- and lent West Alexander Sprunt & Soo .Wilming: '. prices hare been appreciated. '
:t.yu.his arrival here -found a the Century'.bullding-No; 1 ; ,' I
an added charm and grace to the oc ton short cotton.American m
stating that, Hughes bad.'been ? Thirty-fourth streek'NewYork.: ,- *
'J Naval Stores Co., Savannah
., Sheriff Walker then wired casion. j Florida the bat Is stated, l entitled ,
-eaugnt. -
on
w\ G.,'ro.ID oil. During the coining year I shall be, [ .
Governor Broward1-,' who oommunisated New Year Reception.Last to ten delegates in the con Mrs. C. W.: JacocksOrlando, Fla., ;;<

with' the Panama authorities. vention or' doublet the number- of pecans. T'L,; :;

tfewpotntlng: a deputy In that country delightful Wednesday New Year's afternoon' reception a most was Slate ,Senators ''and|!' RepresentativesIn C.John, pecans.'h L' Horlbeck, Charleston,". S'? found at the'same old 'stand ; with a'H' I' .

't.Flag the prisoner to' New' York Mrs. John M. Tee 'at her the Congress of the United States. F. W. Inman. Florence Villa, Fla.;. W* ;*, -' v ., ,.?, ,iffimww "'t,
by ""
;rand it Is probable that he is now ,en- given These delegates are -chosen. the storage Valencia oranges '*'j"' ---. -- "': T.T8 5ri

,, 'route.' Upon notification of his arVivMHn handsome home in South Klssimmee primaries and 'regularly, or nominated E. H. Youngs' Lakeland. .,, Fla., complete line of goodjand not'a : V ,

.that city ,.Mr .Walker will from 3 till 5. ,'a. one wishes, by the electorsthemselves. guavas. Growing
American Tea Co., 'Tea,
decoratedwith .
beautifully
here./ The house.was '
tn go and bring him This means; therefore, ;
at i
American tea. '
S. C.
t grown
: Sheriff Walker ferns, palms, and cut flowers, i ,bit' (it shelf My stock 'is
\ While, In Panama r that they will have to be chosen prior BRONZE MEDALS.AtlantUfCoast worn.::
and the parlors, reception hall and *t . "
;...w't.he governmentforoe* at work to July 7, and sufficiently long before Line Railroad, 'collective .' .
cutting; out ,tbe right-of.war'' and library were "brown.open', to. a large that time to allow of their reaching exhibit of cotton. '

9u'' Beveling down mountains preparatory nAmber of Invited guests.. Denver and Participating In the con Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, collective constantly. movln r and ,new"oods ..,: :.
Panama canal Mrs. Lee was assisted in receivingby exhibit of guava jelly.W. .
!tb digging the vention .
,
sister-in-law r Jacksonville Fla., "I. I
her charming Mrs D. Stark, ,.
He' says the country there is a This, (n its turn, means that the '
takolts "
mounted tarpon. are
.
Lee. In the dlntag room' delightful place which : .
C.
-of banana* andcooanuta D. : held Mount. !rrlvlngt.o ,
.,i \Wilderness primary !Florida cannot be E. H. Daughtridge,. Rocky '*
and so thick that It la refreshments consisting of June. N. C..bon cotton.W. .
i 11: ;ilrrolClDII'< wild l later than Probabilities are
delicious cakes crackers, and, bonbons L. Van Duzor, Klssimmee, Fla., V
h ;almo0timpenetrabled that the primaries may: be held ovens insures patrons-all that is' newest -' '
.' were served by Mrs. Lee's two cane syrup.T. my '
d' early as May, in order that there A. Collins, Miami, Fla., man J. /
A Pleasant Outing.. lovely daughters, Mrs. Malcolm , \
may be' ample time for a second goes. x ,-- [
Hv NewYear'a Wading; of Lakeland Miss VivianLee primary should such neces R B. Leak, Ft. Myers, .Fla., and most\ up-to-date. ;mak'e ', .
L. Coho prove In
,k, Mr-snd'Mrs.. : n:on. and. Miss Callle Bass, while guavas. :

1ft Day entertained a'party, of Mla e.. Gordon ,and Bert Bryan sary.. - 'f'c ) ..' '
,;tn their friends ,in their'new launch, and chocolate. At thisprimary delegates to- the For Sate. ,
poured coffee
'. !'LIDd *,of Tampa." .Leaving the convention will not only be chosen, A shop equipped with a fire horsepower ing selections l of stoclIt'fs'llY'' rule'' .

/. city. 'd Jck about 9:30 a, m:, they had Merchants Will Close at 6:30. but all nominations rpado, including gasoline engine.: planer band ... ": l
other tools too -
and numerous
'most delightful cruise to Southport, those (for United Stakes Senator, Goy rip saws ... :TW \ '
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mention. Also blacksmith "
merchants a
We the undersigned/ a ee, to '
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where.t.they landed; and In'tt short f I to close at stores at 6JO;; p. m., except ernor, Congressman and, so on down shoo tools and stock. Terms made to make BEST QUALITY ..TUB . .: .\ a '
lme" dinner'wasannounced and: all through the long list. of offices to be known on application. Apply to 'i __ . '
I Ieb'01eda I Saturdays, from January 1st., 1908,"\td Klsslmmee Fla. ,
'| bountiful.repast. At ,2:3O: filled M. Cosner, .
November let., 1908. '
': p., BL. they embarked for: home. The MEIER KATZ, National Chairman Taggart/ I In his Not 6*. FIRST ESSENTIAL.- ,The discrimi. '1 ',

"! 'day1' in' visiting, singing, letter to State Chairman. Fletcher; Inclosing r w'r
ipent
t : was, C. W. DANN, I am prepared to do first class dressmaking
Jetc., When tn'sigbt of Klssimmee: one the..oall, asked .that as wide this winter, and ask the ladles t
.F. H, LAWSON, ; natingpurchaser has long since .' : :.
?;}of( theAuests; made a few remarks for MRS. PILLEY (Miu.n snY.I, publicity as possible! be given It. to call and see me. Satisfaction '"

;: ''thsi.,crowd,'expressing: their appreciation , .11. O. STANFORD Co., For this reason all. State papersare guaranteed. MBS,;PERDBW! : - ,.!> %

,- to the host and hostess, propoi- S. C. G. HARDWARE Co., asked to'reprint the e.U..as givenIn '.Iea"-c-tttllot'sboddy goods'are not .. S k.,

lag .'..... of thanks'which. was,'unanimously W,.B. M Alai soN Co., detail above. SANTA .,. !:. '- -i' . il *l

.carried. Reaching Kledmmeeg' C. Wt GRIFFIN, No announcement has been made as CLAUSHas ," ,"' '' ...'.. I
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L; '5 at 4 p. m., all felt the first day of 1008 W, C. BASS, .a yet as to when the State Committeewill "I l cheap at any price. //i': '' ..,
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: 'fad been a veryhappv one.i Among, meet, that body hot being called ., J. .
R. S, FLOYD & Co.
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"' ,,;those'.p..eofwere: Mr and' Mrs. L. A. B. GILBERT together until the time arrlyes for it Established Headquarters at ": ' ,A Ti

:ys x. .}Hi CohoonMr.. and Mr .. Ir'a. Weth- COLtlER.Ac COLLIER, to make preparations for the forthcoming .! ,. Wishing'each and.everyorie: ,:.nr' .. II',

erbe.Mr.Jand Mrs. Hilhard, of flits J. A. LANCASTER. campaign. etc. Tbere is yet My Stores andieft. Full > t- ,; ' ." :W";:j-... *'. "
ft '''U.idf.lIl "ndrMr'and! Mrs. Graven ample time in which to arrange these .

_!\.f; 'of.: Nebraska; M.... Koohenderfer, The Joy matters select a chairman to succeedMr. Line of All Kinds of. 1. Happy and Prosperous> New Ye iI'I a'k'':; : :

Mls.M. J..nodCrl.l1r. and ,Mrs. N. of'1Ivln'" Is to have good health. Use Fletcher, who will tender hi. . ': ';-- .,,:!,., : ". -1\' Iri 10 \.. ,
Christmas
and will have bushels of ,Goods, . ; \ ,
Herblne
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MoPbatter' .Mr,' and Mrs. Thomas ;you resignation, and to !fill such vacancies ;
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; JOY. You. need not be blue, fretful --O- ain ,
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of committee be causedby : ; : .
:;; Van Duor. and ,.granddaughter and have that bad taste in., your on the may '
:,";,' X .lmmee., mouth. Try a bottle of Herblne apo.ltiye 'other resignations, which are I now have 'Two Stores full to ,: ;
DKE" WHO*WAS THERE. euro for all liver complaints. certain to'be presented. 't.' 'c :i.i i.

E; Harrell, Austin, Texas, writes. "I Ample, notice will,be given throughthe overflowing with Fine Fresh .Respectfully,, :: 1.

Jl. *. t County ,Court. have and find used it a Herblne fine regulator.for peer I a gladly:year p.Per. of the calling of this Fruits. 'Fancy" Groceries Confectioneries " > '. : ,; I' t : : lr : :

[ T 1'i' The Coun','Court will meet ia'reg, recommend it asa fine medicine for meeting, when the time arrlyes.- .

_1_ t.r.qu"rterlr session on !Monday;,, PharmacT dyspepsia.;" 'Sold ,by I gRoberson's" 1 Ic.oavU1e.TIIJI8I Union;/ ;; Cigars Tobacco.,,,Cold CHASW. DAMN .

.\n ;January'13tbt'and ,the !following Ju' JI ;; Drinks. Et .. When buying, your :
roes have'been drawn for the term Mr. L. H; Cohoon fine new launch"The The sun will be .In. ,eclipse at'' 4:JO
; EU>.A., Niemeyer. Linda" which was launched a 'tit afternoon: ;; ', Christmas Tricks: give me a calL '
'
/: Yule "Raulerson- '
; "Outfitter for Man Women
abort time ago made1 her maiden \ ..... and Children.
'D] .-K.;Raulerson; 3. M, Hancock.C. voyage: to Southport on Wednesdaywith \. -For S.te, .. .. ,- \
"b L-AI";.-: ,. D.D' HlrUel, .11'..;;&' D. a party: of pleasure-seekers on One )ft' 'H. P. four-cylinder Buffalo . &

? 1t r ',.McCntoheon, Pock.. 'Tlner board.., and Everything all board worked had -to.'perfiction . gaaoltiM, engine at half cost. Very D.RQTUNBid .. : ,. , ", #
on a pleasant -
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the Corner of, the wall when'lie ap. f ; ?, t;, 77 V :: .."iTy'TVl. A. 1 >- v'.. A. 'fl ._' .' l \'. +. A, ,f
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5 way; Indeed she was leaning side
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iijlIt spray. :.of woodbine 'which had : NoteSP(

Tar.1. i climbed up within reach. ,The air was Was Revelation on Opening
.._ I1j..........., scented with a thousand autumnal I .., .. "
'oF odors, but the breath of the wood Druce Grave in london. : t !'A
tla.
'YOUNG .
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bine penetrated, somehow, throughall y T "-Sw- v -r-'Vr v .- ;T ,
n ::1 Anslo-/nclian just MS love "is popularly supposed "King Cotton"' Recognized.: Tribute to .enato/Malfory.

; .ton...... to penetrate through stone walls and GREAT MYSTERY "King Cotton"I I among the hundreds At a meeting pf the governor and't**' ,

.::a SecretSerolee .. Jtferriman. the dead thickness of accumulated SOLVED of agricultural horticultural and other members of 'the'cabine.in ,tho executive . -:

'' ,..l i : yes. m's. products of Floridaclaims. deserved I office at ;Tallahassee, the goverfWr" ..:

.t Then thcsa( two foolish young people Sensational Allegations! of Drue Witnesses recognition In the official premium lists announced the receipt of intelligent ,-'!
.e. .. deliberately did. the worst thing of the :
state fair to be held at Tampa that Hon. Stephen Russell Mallory.United
.5 SS possibleunder the Fall Plat After. Ten jfearsof
circumstances. '
:I They did,\ from February 5 to 22, now being distributed States senator from Florida hod

-- lie.stood beside nothing her and' and said looked nothing away legal Fight American Is -., !, throughout the state premi departed this life at hU home In Pen-: i.;

cJ'fi" JIt J'WjilJtj' fj down the Involved I In" the C.... ums''offered on the fleecy staple alone sacola. Florida; wherefore, It was
fI't l Jet Jft $ valley to the spot called .
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- - - - to ,
Wist ley's Gap, where.. the line at the amounting about $500.: In view of Resolved That the tad nows of le-j(!

CHAPTER XIX 12 to chatter about., Charlie also, In Ms meeting hills cuts the'sky.' .She sat The body of Thomas Charles Dru e,' the large- premium offered divided 'a* death, of Senator Mallory is received r :r'"

ContluueiLIn slow way, took advantage of It to th.sre'aDd, ; waited for him to break In High Gate,, cemetery London. was follows, It Is hoped every county In with feelings .sincere.. regret .4 -'

'the meantime Charlie had read create a diversion with tho toast- the silence expecting some laughing exhumed Monday morning-just forty-, northwest Florida will send cotton to Resolved That in the death. of" the ,

,"I' the telegram: and his face bad remained rack which terminated In a resump suggestion., But for tho first time three,years to a' day after its burial. the fair for exhibition before the thousands 'Hon.. Stephen R. Mallory a senator( -:"

inscrutable beneath the quick tion of' breakfast. It was rather within the last few days Winyardwas The coffin 'was found to contain the 'of visitors who will attend from from the United' States from Florida

Case' of two pairs of undecelvable 6f strange tbat with at'the two clever women serious. In her presence.It .. remat, j of a human body, thus "'exploding : every section of the country: .' the state,, loses .one of its 'ablest and *<$ii
the world Is
table how
e3'eL Lena these strange cruel men be.
was at his Bide *ndthsrefore'could should Win'ard can the romantic tale told by",Robert For 'the county making the largest most distinguished citizens' and oneot'It. J
not tea bin face She young people ,thus have to looked down! at Adonis as he )
C. Caldwell and others during the an4 best display of cotton $200. most. faithful and useful
take officiate "
,waa-smlllng bravely at. some cbeer- matters Into their ownjiands.; ftood on the wall with Lena's white ;*j
ful remark of Wlnyard's. Strange to "I have' a better Idea thnu that." arm around him and: as If speaking recent bearing'of the Druce perjury I For the Individual exhibiting the Resolved, That tills memorial be 1 Inscribed .!

ay. Charles Mlstley did not raise lila Winyarft hastened to say. ""'. cannot to' the dog, said: care that It contained a roll of lead. best, bale 'of sea island cotton $50.1I'ot upon, a separate page of the' '11

calm eyes to his brother' face after well have tho theatricals a day "\'oU: have never congratulated The official statement given out by tho Individual exhibiting the best records of- the executive"office. ...:jj

having 'read the, message; be looked earlier now that every one has been me." the home office and others officially' bale of short staple cotton? $60. I N. ,D. Broward, Governor; II. Clay 4

past the pink paper, .Idewa)'., down I I Invited. Mother, tell me Is there nota He did not raise his eye from the''' present at the: exhumation seems effectively For the Individual exhibiting the Crawford, Secretary of State;, W. u: '7ft

at Lena's hand which rested on the train from." Newcastle at five In the contemplation of the faithful Adonis to prove that the body burled best ten stalks of sea island cotton Kill, Attorney General;. A. C. Croom... ":
j table close to him. The email, white morning during the little pause before Lena 2500.'
In 1864 was 'actually that T.. O. Druof. Comptroller; W. V. Kuott Treasurer; \'
wrist "Yes, replied ''Mrs. spoke. *
was trembling as If from extreme Mlstley. Fo rthe individual W. M,
The authorized statement follows: exhibiting the Holloway. Superintendent, PuHe ,
cold and promptly. She was one of those 1 congratulate ," she ,
; as the sailor saw this rarewomen you said In-
I Ia momentary contraction passed before who can at a juncture give a differently.S "The coffin opened and found to contain best ten stalks of short staple' cotton, Instruction; R: E., McLIn CommlsX. ,,

his eyes. decided opinion as to the time of day Winyard smile l suddenly 'Tho reply ,. the body of an aged bearded man; $25.00. slon of Agriculture.' "

The colonel laid down his knife "Well, then if' the colonel will bo and manner delivering It were the plate on the cofflii bore the name Exhibits of cotton''and Of every other .-."

and fork One brown hand lay. on 89 good as to lend me his horse we so exactly as he would have,done .It of Thomas Charles Druce." product a. well will ('be ,shipped to YVhy Bryan Got Appointment : :.

the table-cloth In striking contrast to can manage It beautifully. We have himself, that It seemed as It she were The scene at High Gate 'cemetery Tampa free of charge absolutely DO According to a Pn.acola"newl lUm-:; ";

its whiteness, with finger ,slightly) ) not an animal in the stable that I mimicking hlui. when the vault was opened was re charge will be made for, exhibit space the'' following are' the reasons assigned

apart a* If In readiness to grasp can thoroughly trust. Mine Is too "I am sorry I.have to go at such a markable. All the entrances to the and handling by reason of which every by Governor Droward for the appointment ,",.

something. His solemn eyed, beneath )'oung." short notice." he said conventionally cemetery were surrounded by cordons farmer In Florida' can afford to of William James Dryan, tbft,:'

their neavy orows, were nice upon "Do 'OU.mean to say." observed ; but be laid his hand 'on Adonis' of police. Only those persons who had ,.compete for the prices offered.. year-old Jacksonville lawyer. as senator -* :"
lit. secretary's face with an old man Lena "that you would ride Into Newcastle rough back closo to her wrist. which : ,
deep and silent expectation. after the theatricals and the somehow changed!; the burden. of hisreniatk passes from the home office were ad Bequests" 'i
Only when th.door had closed be- dance. at some unearthly hour InTJTb mitted to the ground. George Hoi- of Senator Mallory. "Ills Intense patriotism. .f' ., ;

hind the servant who bore the unhesitating morning-twenty something miles" "Yes, It Is 1pit)," she' replied, lambY Druce who claims he I Is the In the will of Senator Mallory, filed ";lis exceeding, clear grasp?of the*' ''8

answer did Winyard speak "Certainly. It would be rather a cheerfully, ns If he were leaving to rightful heir to the'Porfnnd: dukedom at Pensacola for probate a bequest great political problems of the ,day.: w

of the telegram. joke.." keep some pleasant ongag ment. and to Its vast estate tried Unsuccessfully of $2,000 was made to. Georgetown untverslty -I I "The great ability that.he has showu "jg

S "You might let the colonel} see It. "Winyard's Idea of n Joke." said "However," he said, stooping to examine twice.to get Into the cem his alma mater. Conditions'. as prosecuting attorney in Jac IO f'-'

I Charlie" he said coolly. the colonel with some deliberation. the name inscribed on the etery. S surrounding the bequest are that the villa by successfully prosecuting,the- |"

"Business" Inquired Mrs. Mlstley while he kept his eyes fixed upon his dog's collar which could not have The operation began at daybreak money shall be placed at Interest anJ .Ice trust and by his vigorous enforce- ; :

S with well-suppressed anxiety as the plate, "has always been peculiar." been very new to him; "however we Monday with the removal of the topmost that annually this Interest shall be expended meat of all of the )law* of the.. citato"

S folded telegram was passed from Brealitast over Charlie accompanied will get the theatricals In." coffins In the vault containing the by the president of the university that It has been his duty to enforce. ',.
; hand to band. the ladles out on to the '"Ye-s. we will get the theatricalsIn. I 'F
.. terrace for a suitable medal to be He has been a man ot'great ,
"Yes" answered the I while the colonel followed. Winyard ." bodies of a wife and a son of T. C. I competed Industry;,
younger son to the Druce. It was nearly 11 :30 before for by not less than two pupils, of tireless energy and of a strong j
with his ever-ready smile; "my valuable little study. When the door S lie was not looking at the dog now, .
S. services are once more requlre4 was closed the old soldier looked but at tier. the coffin was brought ready for openIng and tbat It shall be awarded to the t lief that every public omeer should! 'du ::1

: by a grateful cquntry." suddenly round at his companion Lena rose from their bumble scat and Inspection. The top was pupils composing the best essay upon \'his full duty In whatever: position b. .

"What! exclaimed Mr. Wright with a characteristic brusqueness of upon the clean gray stone and moved quickly unscrewed and the Inner casing any question arising out of or relatIng occuplea t
with sudden Indignation, which manner. toward the house. of lead cut open. to the constitution of the United I I "His devotion to the cause of the' .<

might have been partly assumed; "Why have you undertaken this V "I know" she said "that CharlieIs There was no need for the dictum of States or relating to*any republican people at his early age Is appreciated,--*- j kf

after a fortnight's holiday I wild expedition to Bokhara" -lit* patiently working away at the scen the eminent surgeon Augustus J. Pepper 'form of government. The subject is very markedly by, the people of Flor-: .t

should refuse If I were you!" The asked ery. Let us bo virtuous and help to assure all present. that human to be prescribed by the president of ,'Ida, and I believe he 'will be,of,great .4'service
"
I''
5' good' little lady was desperately anxious "Because. replied Winyard witha him. remains lay In the coffin.: the United States. Another portion of to the |>ople of the whole'coun: J:

to keep tho conversation going, certain plarful1prlde. "I am about And so she led the way into tho The Druce vault has thus the will states tbat the grave of the; .try as he has every quality trial, fits.
for she had seen her husband the only man who has a chance of house Adonis and his master meekly given up _
change '
S \' color, and look up gravely at 'VlnJ'ar4. getting there unknown." following. Us secret after ten years of legal pro deceased shall be marked only by a'a man for a groat service to which, ,liejhas 1
I .
"
.. She also knew that Lena had "And do you .believe that any goodwill Since the midnight Interview with ceedlngs which have cost a considerable than simple marble. slaV! to cost not more i I . been appointed._ < >,-:.
A seen this, too. come of It?" Marie Bakovltch'and her lover, Win- fortune. A large 'part of this money $100.Tho '

S "He that has put his hand to the "No." yard bad beard nothing from o"-of .was obtained trom servant glrU 'I, The matter of securing for Jack'aonJ' .

plow should not look back a* Shakespeare It was ,In such Incidents as till a those unsatisfactory foreigners. lie and other workers who were Induced city of Penbacola has taken over ( vlle central warehouse for sea Island .

or some one, has observed," that the young fellow occasionally be-' had duly advised Colonel Wright of I to buy shares In a company formed 'the plant and properties of the Penwi- 'or long staple cotton; which Is being:; "-,

said' W1nyard readily. trayed his military training,. and the their entire proceedings and they to prosecutes the claims of Qeorgo Hoi- cola Water company, marking the city's.I pushed, by the board of trade commit- _

to y.I; think," said Lena. with a clear. old soldier 'loved to see It. Blind bad sought in vain some likely explanation lam by- Druce against the estate of the first step toward operating public uUl-i tee on ''new enterprise, has, drawn i4.

S. brave S laugh, "that It-Is In the Bible._ obedience" to orders yielded by intel: of Ivan Meyer's peculiar duke ,of Portland which, produces an itles. The price agreed upon betweenthe gentleman from St. Louis..to, confer' ,_

This was precisely what Winyard ligent thinking men has. been the conduct for diplomatists grow sadly annual Income 'of 750000. city and the company is $187,600.1 I with the ,committee on the subject ot' Jjj'
,
l wanted. and making of skeptical regarding the
England. disinterestedness
he
laughed -
1 promptly by It is the intention: the city to,have 'plans for warehouses and cotton terml'"*
The i
way of encouraging others. "How will you go about It?"* of human motives. Also It II charge of perjury against Herbert ', .
.i ,: 'May I have half a cup mother- "Through Russia I think. I want difficult for tho practical ,western S Druce is eCTactHely disposed of, the water works governed by water,nals.' The gentleman Ii, Mr. D."Drclt};

: only half?" he said presently. handing to have another look at Moscow, and mimi to comprehend the strange and those persons, who have. sworn to works commission composed of Mayor ,of St, .Louts, a, civil engineer,,".wbo>

J' his cup, but without raising: his would perhaps have a chance. ptck- Quixotism of the Slav nature. the placing: of lead 'Instead of a human C. Goodman, Chairman John G. Oliver drafted the plans for the groat cotton ;:

: eyes' from the table. ':r' lug up some maps there." __ .' Winyard was somewhat uneasy body In the comn have been disr of;; the board of safety Chairman !I warehouses and terminals In Memphis, .,

'f''I: ; suppose," said Colonel Wright; "But" said the colonel,,!"you" will I about the whole affair, His own per- 'eredIted. ' 'Lee Danlell of the board .of works I)Tenn He brought with him a,copy of:_' ..

: ,". handing back the telegram "that you never get Into the country. now.' They : sonal risk in the:matter din not'ap- A New ,.York dispatch RobertC. Chairman. \ 'Rejlly) of the'finance,the plans of the Memphis terminal: :,,
.: said yes?", ., ._ know you too well.:' V : pcar'to him'verygreatbut' he'.was Caldwell'whose" testimony'ae'awlt.{ saysju, :committee'Land' Chairman i I James 1 MoHugh'of aDd the-members', of the, committee /
aid" 'replied the For half an hour the two fully aware that be ran great risk -, ; eas : were'greatly Interested
'
young fellow men ness in the Druce case led to ''the the and water! committee.'j] { but couldgive jootJ J
.'' talked over,the matter calmly and in of misapprehension or, worse still. A Mr2Breckanypocitie
reopening of the of T: C. superintendent at a salary of $2,100 : auur"Ji4Je.,,:;
detail seeking to be misrepresentation, If the circumstances grave Druce
,I observed his mother honorable and Is to be 'of what would be done ,
pleas Is now at the home per year employed! the commission at preaent.'IA'ey'!
his
of of daughter
straightforward his: connection with
"are :you going to tell us where as behooves Englishmen and the will however keep n'to\lell WlthllJr
same rates
Bakovltch'should as now J
New
fr"I t are even when In intercourse with Marie transpire at 1)righton'State.n Island. lie
going what
and when you are you going are'going to men who know not the meaning cf.uC1rword. A story such as that could BO 1 I. under 95,000 bond to answer to a In force will be charged. Greek and In the event., the proposed, ;.
do
..: and determined to carry easily b'o twisted 'and turned charge of perjury preferred by the British plans go through "nlll communicate* >

," he replied looking at cut the mission Intrusted to one of into something quite
? chief whereat the old soldier them at all risks,'and in face of every would have felt cull more apprehensive story' he told In the London""* court, recognized as one of the gceatest I '--- '
difficulty- as behoove had he known that his beautiful In the death of lIon. James Vertrees' *
smiled the meaning of which Was brave men and Caldwell was arrested when he arrived celery producing sections of the world O -
::. that the elder mans simple diplomacy. patriot enemy had actually been a guest In from Europe, December 21. even rivaling 'In the neighborhood of Palatka loses' her oldest and

consisted chiefly of a discreet silence Both men fully knew the dancers Mr.Vrlght's house under the' name-j Caldwell's Kalamazoo Mich, In this llne.-Q.wlnz; '{wealthiest citizen. He' was sIUhngla
; of the .
.5 story alleged dual _
.. white. In contention Winyard advocated likely to be Incurred, though neither of the Baroness do Nantllie and that of to the great value of the crop, and| bis parlor urrounded by his, ranlly,:,
personality the duke of Portland
spoke of them. 'she was therefore personally knownto
a seemingly rash straightfor Both had stepped the desire to advertise and Increase 1[I apparently perfectly well 'w :
he
i en.
*
ward over the threshold of that his mother Mrs. Wright Lena and was the real sensation of one of the II I
nea* "Certainly. I am dlspatcfted mysterious the annual output, the railroads have,I fell from his chair and expired Instant'ly. ,'
-
to Central Asia land of the Far East and for them his brother Charlie nut Winyard most remarkable legal oases,which has I'I
on mission '
a
I of some sort; but having the' half-forgotlen names of Its cities was spared these 'additional complications. ever engaged the attention of the arranged an excursion from Kala'ma-.J'j' He was eighty-two year and six/
no details '
J yet,- I am specially warned against had no halo of Arabian Night-like : Ivan Meyer had faithfully British courts. The reopening of the zoo and section to Tampa during the months of age and came,.to Falat /

'disclosing. them/' glory. They took small 'account of-: i fulfilled his promise of leaving; Walso Druce (grave was undertaken as a 'state fair, which .will be taken ad vantage -,'I from Nashville 80 years ago.I Sin'

No one spoke and these except to denude them of tit" with Marie 0.3 soon an possible which final, effort of'the government to of by a large number of experl- that time be has been poobably v';''

pretense of continuing no the one morning made a untold splendor and lavish wealth bestowed I however, was not before' the Wednesday that Caldwell's testimony was prove"wil- eneed .celery growers of ,that section,,, ]I closely allied with the mate 11i} ,1
upon them by travelers' morning as tho girl's conditionwas quite number of of Florida inanV* .
; meal for some minutes. fa- ful 'and a whom may be In-1 tess than any I'' ,
; Outside. the lies and to reduce them not such as would.. allow of a long corrupt perjury. I '
rattle of a horses hoofs the ruthlessly duced to locate in the celery-produc-1 lived here. He was an ezconI ,
on hard Caldwell's
to journey. Had story "was to the effect
squalid Meyer known
that the
road broke townships. The hopeless Ing sections ofF1oida. As soldier. 'A large ,
the a result I family connect
silence ;
of the duke
quiet that the. of Portland ,
trackless wastes of desert sand slight amelioration In the state of and\ T. C.Druce. I 1
valley Mrs. Mlstley looked toward ai.d most attractive premiums are, offered[ l left The ,body was, taken to' Nal
rounded stones were of much her physical and mental health was a London storekeeper were one .
,
: the window and listened to the dying greatci'im'p only and'the In order to secure the finest celery I yule Tenn., for burial. .
ort to the a temporary lull he He
& .sound. solitary traveler To would have same. had known the. I.
0/
Central Asia again! That exhibit possible. .......:- .
; -dim, unknown land hlmJthee spoke of months spent' IiweaVy felt even greater relief than he did duke of Portland under both named he.
haunt her"life. She was destined to traveling by burning sun and at turning his back upon the peaceful said and 'at the request ot the duke I Commander Beebler of the Key WM't'na

well Us dangers and knew only\ too chilly night; they spoke of a madden little town. The girl bore tte long had arranged a pretended death 'and .One'of the prettiest farms In Florida, val station has received a letter froso ,
manifold '
Tors. The sound of the horses hoof bor- ing monotony hunger parching journey well but it was written thata mock funeral of Druce, so that his and worth a long trip to see Is ,that of 1 1 the department' In, which It, 1 Instated ,

upon the road seemed to resolve itself thirst a Erewsome solitude and an higher hand than Ivan Meyer's was dual peraonallt3/e.uld be burled. the one connected with Columbia col1 1 1 that there Is a large force ot alUna employed .

.Into.. a weary repetition of the unrecorded death. ; now to guide her troubled steps. A' lege under the management of ;Mr, in the dur.crentdepartmenta: of1
blessed oblivion came over her tottering Mitchell formerly.with ,the state the nava Istatlon to the ,exclusion. .
wurujcuirai A.la." "Central GUILTY PAIR SKIPS OUT. experiment !
Asia." "Central A.lal"! untilit grad CHAPTER.. reason and while the mind station. He supplies Lake American ,citizens. The commander'

.. ,ually died away in the low hum of the A Lover's Fears j pored.wandered the body throve and pros- Parson Cooke and Floretta.Wh.ley City dally with lettuce beets peas celery 'does pot know iTslngle case of a forth6 -'

c1 Broomwater. All at that table were Presently Winyard left the colonel. It was only on the Thursday morn- Elude Officers In 'Frisco. etc. From letters received It lsj'I< naval station to the exclusion *bf\

more or less connected with the East 'The old traveler was poring over a .i ing. In the midst of. preparations 'for Rev. Jere Knode Cooke formerly evident that Columbia college will have!!of American citizen., The ,board 'ot

-all cloud felt the which presence of that lowerIng -' map, the greater part of which was the theatricals and ball that Win- pisstor of the fashionable St. George pearly double the 'number of students I jl labor employment has cognizance:,=O

grows and subside occupied by notes of Interrogation, yard learned of their departure from 'church, at Hempstead at the beginning of.the new term.. Er-i1 i the citizenship of employes
again Long
from time to)I' Island I
time like the Implying doubts on the partof the Walso A groom had been sent thing Is being:: in order 'naturalized foreigner or- ,
I. clouds of heaven into and Floretta Whaley the ery put to accommodate one 11' ha '
: and all knew 17-year-old
that geographer Of
Course It
was by the the little town to make some them. declared his Intention to
become
citl
i i one day It will\ swell and purchases heiress with whom he eloped a
gather dark- merest chance .that Winyard should eight '
: ,and when his
on return he has be
right to
' ness until the storm bursts at last. pass out by the window Instead of the delivered his months ago, deserting: a wife to whom ten a 'employed. ifil-.
parcels to his '
The -meaning" of that brave word. door:... and that he should cross the master, he mentioned that the young"fur- he had been married for nine years I A meeting of the' Marlon County services needed.' "

; !'Ye. 'was patent to them all. smooth lawn and go straight to the) rlneerlng folks" had left.It was a stole away Monday from the little flat Farmers' Union Is' called to meet at \ .

> 'Eu' Ifra. Mlstley" was a brave: wo tar corner of the old wall. It was great relief. For although Winyard which they had occupied at 1199 Green Grlner farm schoolhouse, five miles DeWitt T Gray of Jacksonville hai
man; also she was bornas could that particular north Ocala the second been ,appointed by Governor ..Browarcrrto
_.i. be corner whence 'the sea was not thomas to bow down before street In San Francisco where they ,o( Saturday In
.4% V r peon:-on from the her soft Inscrutable eyes was at all times visible' far away to an onto* rd wind-meeting, rather were discovered. Sunday, living under .Janu ry. Delegates elected to the J last be county solicitor of the criminal r{

'Cheviots, where sunny aide folks of'the barren the east. '. every breeze ,of heaven as. It cam the name of Balcom taking wlth'tbemtheir' regular. county ,union "tare delegatesto court, of record tot:Duval.country,Yl '
do. Hot hold Adonis followed at his master's with watchful and this called meeting all should attend William ,J Br 'n. who sueceedr'5ena.
much eyes steady l1psblawas baby boy born < / ;
; by an undue display ot feeling i.e1s:, Occasionally he raised tisrough'mu.sl.and ; two months ago' .
'r So .she smiled a courage of that type which i.' tcr:" Mallory,
'
upon her 5'
son and sniffed< _
,
C 5 i at the air. can, afford disguise no danger by'' "
_ S ,, pke4-"Whent.; There had been rain In the night, and.. letractlng from It. RACK I .
5. "1 :must.be in town" be'repllecl.ttadlo.lrnOOltln. '. I from: the valley there ascended ,.rtr I, 'S t1'a be continued. AT-WHItE'IOiJE., ... x Orders 'received' at, the Pensacoia' Lieut.J. ,,L Bryan,.who. forrta:. pa.tJ'
. ) ,--- ;
-
"
;:;'.i't- ;, "on Frldayi ternoon.. out"of' the window subtle odor of refreshed verdure., 'Alii r v : P.ldenfetuf from'Chrlstrnfi navy:'rard' are" to- the,''effect that. the I I three year: has beeD'lo' COmnian4? of f
f41 around was fresh and cool and whole J. Outing '
_J.! -1-!: .- Lena Itwai. who.broke the silence some. Winyard Mlstley crushed!"MI*: Kb Machinery Used. Old.Virginia.. 'gunboat Machlas,(which has, toeen tindergoug. th', United' States revenue cutter: Pen-.,
,
'
; ftbat 'followed 'announcement. the within V I .repairs- and rebuilding mustby ,rose, .Pensacola, has..beeo/detached) ...
.fo', .S ** .. telegram his jacket ptet. 2 fBuV': frrotested'' JlrsJ 'iiewll" ci: Looking the 'picture of h ,
.
avli
.. k, '- % ftm.',she Id. very quietly4"1e so that tho'crinkle of Jhe paperjnlq! ,lJI don't see' why ask ,. .S and. ready, for, 'sea January: 8-;'andrustew {from that vessel/and has i "leil"
you :
I "i />;" ". hav.Cue theatrical. a dayuttir.d e V,. gied with. the'Whlaper of the leave* a bait peck,, for, twentyfivecents with every' appearance' havfpg' en I .tX.jB heln. *.'-"one: in order to :York, 'where. he, is, to:serve; on b ari. ,
your beans.
'.. ,. ; .';'i.f'.t. ;.. : .. above him' Then.he looked' around!) The other man .only"anted' fifteencents. joyed.his outing Of'II'-day.: '. ,'- -' ,_ ; '-0\);\e\.eu.. ,> .,,,"orll":. ., The the .'revenue:cutter. ,Mobaw'Iv1jIcho ,
'1'- Ii- T1aJIt k. ',in .a most over the. green hill and softly whis::] .". ., . Knot, ,Va..where Mrs. Rooserea \' stki lp. from FensaNew 1- make an '.xt.ndedcraa.;, He"I I,
-p. ,.trolee," bad the effectrtterarv tled :'a pouarair.a' the ,cotts,.,- President.Roosevelt }. '
_ : It most tnatxnanner. 5'-Yes'm. Replied the huckster' 1"...-...... .; 'c' : York: succeeded at,.Pensacola'bT1 U.u, :
,
: v
: relieved the ttact, ifbut these here beans o'-mln. is. all 'Washington Monday .,night,:a :...' work"'to,.'., ;' be vise who has been.:>tatk>ftedt': .,,
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official journal. to, be published. weekly rett.of the FarmerTJnloji.U much": Incensed
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yVAS''BMIHRisTMAsDAY': by the government.and'oft oner If taeoessary : -'I SAVING TO DEPOSITORS at a recent editorial In the Sa-

and which shall contain brief I ". .vannah Morning; ; News,' baaed on' -au 1 te8 t

,i"'OOU" and -Women Figured 'In, Most notices of the'work of.the various executive I 3n Application ot AttorneyCeneratHart : alleged Interview with him at Green.

"' 'Caste-One Man Called Wife departments, and Independent Judge vllle, S. C. V
Pendleton Names
7' Riddled bureaus ,of,the government: of.the supreme The Interview. quoted President Barnett
From Church .and' court of the united States, and Central.,.Bank and Trust CON '
as suiting; that 8.COO.OOO bales ot T..D... MASK 33HE
Her With Bull it... of the of so far poration as Receiver.By held
proceeding congress cotton are being off the market by Will 'Cu're.YOUe "
_
J a* they may be of general public Interest farmers !generally and The News la Ut ,,

:Christmas, week 'In the eastern sectlon Is provided for In a bill which an order of Judge'J. T, Pendleton, editorial drew the': crncjuulon) that I If The liver Sa the main-eprl for the whole body. Tn expect' ,.
do
good health one must hoop tho aver In ROOd order. To so
:; of Tennessee was an unusuallybloody Captain ttlchmon4'Pt'arlon.o .Hobson Issued at Atlanta Tuesday atteroon, the such were' the cnsa, with the 6,500,000.' a regulator I l8 needed. l1orblno will, put your liver In the oon- t
of( the -sixth Alabama district proposes bales already marketed there trill be&daches.
,
offs ; thai wouldbe ,dlUon it should be and you not suffer from
't Tragedies reported Central Bank and Trust Company n
\ was
to Introduce after the holidays. The at'least a crop of 13.500,000 bales
tar are. sum of $75,000 Is appropriated for the appointed receiver of the: Neal bank. not Including the cotton not yet ginned." A POSITIVE CURE
At Newport, Tenn., Christmas day
and
,
Under the order of the court
equipment and 1275.000 for the expenses ; .President: Darrett was naturally indignant
,Robert Knowles. special policeman of the under the act of >:1 t80T':the recently: enacted ; ,FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
Issuing publication both that he ahould hare been '
.
tried, to arrest William Allen for druntcenness.
law AttorneyGeneralHart MALARIA
banking BILIOUSNESS
Hobson. has to' FEVER. .
Captain
,ey gone some Quoted without Authority and that a
A scuffle Allen
fell
ensued filed ;.the bill for; the receiver
eon. top and Knowles pulled, a revoliery pains to properly' convey his Idea of thereby- saving to the depositor, and false Interview should have been used AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

>sf shooting Allen through and what.the journal .should be,;and has as the basis 'of .editorial conclusions.
through. creditor ten cent on the assets. "
.. Allen'Und two hours. printed' a number -epeclmen-- copies : In a word per the Central Bank and "Not only 'did I not lay an1thlnC'oftbe Has Done A World Of Good. I
containing just such matter, a* would kind" President Barrett aald. 'butI
Near Del Rio Ike
Murray and Luke Asti
O.Candler .
Trust corporation ,of which TeS/la."Wrltee "I haTO
Mrs. O. D..Philley :Marble Pails : '
10"1111 ,
be'expt'Cted Its; ,columns' gaveno'lnterview to
Norton;' brotherl-In.lawj'. any newspaperman
literally shot is president' has taken overthe used Herblne and find it the best lifer corrective I hare ever
4 each other' pieces, using 'revolvers In' op< tking of hi* bill. Capt ..lnJlob.EOn Oreenvllle on any subject. aswell a world of
affairs' of the Neal bank at 2 1-2 per tried. It done my family an myself! goon
: s. 'and shot guns. Norton; It Is said, while laid: cent, as against the 5 per cent allowedby "I was busy In the office of Stat' and I recommend H to all my 'friends., I uercr"Buffer "

-lJ drunk,weptto: Murray's home and cre- "The official Journal I. intended to the last \legislature. ,_ < Secretary-Treasurer B. F' Earls; In* headaches anymore." '

i'. jV ated ''a cllturbance" The shooting fol. make a connecting link between the The fact that the petition Is filed by Oreenvllle when "'1...' A. Watson came SUe WILL BUY IT .

fiwed. go.ernment and the public, and will be the atorney-general eliminate. the item to :'me and .raid! there were a number

Near StraM., Alex Wright, who bad 'In effect a periodical report to the people of attorney's fees for the creditors. It of newspaper men outside who wantedan Ballard Snow Liniment Co. M5o

returned from Missouri to' visit hiswife of the work done by branches, Is stated that a dividend will be declared Interview. I sent word that I waa .
MOSol'c'1
'of the government.. "-The proJ.vY. and did have -oa N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, .
who baa been living with her ; grew to the depositor .within the next very busy not tlma to

parents near that place called her from out of my having ascertained that 'a ninety day I.'.Ju.t.,what this dividend see' them,. and! In addition tbat I' had

church and emptied the contents of his vast amount of visible material did not will be U not know But there will nothing' to say.< ,

pistol in her'-body. Jealousy was the reach the people for whom It was In be'a dividend. "That waa nty only experience with and Recommended 'by

ause. Wright la still atSlarga and tended. I believe this, journal will b, men the occasion
u As soon as the failure of the Neal newspaper on olmy For Sale //at RO ERSO ts' DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .
,*ays he will not be taken alive. He a' means of familiarizing the people bank was made known Governor Hoke visit to Greenville and I felt surprised ; "

.'f, told; friends that he has five others tot with. the really stupendous work tbat Smith took an active Interest Jn Us af and outraged when.shown by one. of ""I.

kill and then he will >be ready to die. their 'government Is doing and will re- fairs. He realized that at this parties my associates an editorial from the Savannah ''vr

At Isabella, Polk county John nail, move distrust and suspicion and ICI'.... ular time that In view of the legislative Morning )news' quoting'me assaying

tt Is cbarged.-shot and killed his broth. ate renewed Interest and confidence enactment of the last session, the that the farmers'generally were

.In-law} William Crowder. The tatter's among the' masses In governmental af time was ripe to wind'up the affairs holding 8.000,000 boles of cotton off

dead body was found In a public road fairs. of the Neal bank In.a. fashion! which the market. ItIVER: Otr'rE. .

3'. Wednesday morning. A wpnion of bad "It cannot: help but ad! the preia at would have the greatest possible returnto "Not only was the Interview false

j: '
rays Hall did the shooting. ready -Index-; but. in creating a taste On Monday he had a. lengthy conference never at any time given publication STEAMER L1LLII5.!;, STEAMER: 11OSEADA,
,
Luther Wallace aged 20, shot and and demand for reading matter ana with State Treasurer Park' and any .expression of my opinion a. to Captain.Clay, Johnson Sr. Captain ,Clay Johnson' ?:' Jr.

killed' Lee Eldrldge, a prominent man for additional Information upon Impor- Tuesday he followed ,this up with a the amount of cotton being held or 'to Regular veekly.. trips ta Easslnger sad return. Roseada leaves Klsslav'

of Ilotston Valley, Wednesday after laut'.ub'ectStbat can only. .be touched long talk with the officials of the bank. the extent of the crop. nee Tuesday morning and arrive Klssimmee Friday evening -
1 noon Special Charter Trips to Lake Okoeo'obee and Port Myera 01'te.UlUe.
; using a shot gun. Wallace while upon In the Journal. As a result, he decided that only emu. "Why a man would be a fool to make

' Intoxicated broke Into the postofflce It Is provided in the bill that tho course was open-to bring proceedings_ any such statement as that, andHf-cau- Oomforttble accommodation for pa.sengers.'T' : Rat. reasonable.The ..

at Harris Wednesday morning. A warrant journal shall bq non-partisan, and shall against the bank and to have it placedIn I not conceive tbs writer of the editorial For most picturesque Waterway In Florida. .
p.; was placed in the hands of,Deputy contain editorial Passenger and Freight Rate apply to. >
no comment. In ca.eIt the hand of a receiver. believing that I made anysuch '
:. lr Sheriff White, who, deputized Eldrldge should be deemed advisable CLAY JOHNSON SR. Proprietor,
- provision The provlslops of the new banking statement. when be commented on It as On board "....11I.." Klsslmmee. riaJf
; to assist in making the arrest also Is made' for,the'simultaneous law are, briefly stated that when the be. did. .. .. __ ___}
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Wallace surprised" the two men and after publication of the journal at one pointIn state bank examiner takes charge and "Whenever I have anything" to say :>-- ...

killing Eldrldge, made his escape, the middle west and at one pointon Is"satisfied that the bank cannot resume about the cotton crop or any of the affairs J

going Into Virginia. the Pacific coast The journal Is business to the best Interest of of the Farmers' "Union I shall t.'eM.N1/r.na

t .. tg, be distributed free. the depositor, a receiver shall be, ap make the statement over my signature, '
DYING MAN KILLED TWO. ,-
pointed., as I have consistently. done In the Vacation 'Problem:
fAFT UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED At shortly after 5, o'clockTuesday past .

;(, 'P.ac.m.aker'Shot. Down But Used HisRevolver "* afternoon a petition, drawn by Attars "The trouble Is there are a lot of '
Solved
Effectively By ,the. Kansas Republican State ney-Genoral Hart, applying for a receiver newspapers In various "parts ot the Easll la
Because be assumed the role of Central Corrynlttee. JohnT. ,
was presented to Judge country which are pretending friendship iBy
peaordakertand; attempted to stop At a stt:\nuous session ot the Kansas endleton apd the following. court order, for the Farmers' Union but which -i 1 i >-M
drunken negroes: from rioting, Wallace republican Issued Phebe Wettco'.t! Humphreys.r" ;
state central commIttee' at was : are not letting slip any opportunity' to ,
; Dyal was shot to death Tuesday afternoon Topeka, Secretary of War'William H. The foregoing petition read considered attack:u* +- not even that afforded by ,:*< _ *iin .t s *. ,
'
,a t ata turpentine- still In Ware coun-; Taft wa unanimously endorsed as the and ordered filed. It 1* further ordered the fake Interview1' '
"ty. Oa. choice of the In Kansas that the receiver hereinafter ft outing funds 'are low and health or business'} demands
parly for
president "I do know who ii
not Is responsible'
Aa Dyal fell to'the "crount'Mortally\ II ; named shall take possession of all. of :. for II WHEN expenlh'e''AcaUop trip for the older members ot .theft t
'
h. drew Interview, but I do know that It Is I the of the growing boy becomes ,
his ,
wounded satisfactory disposal
pistol and fired
The state,;:convention Is called for the assets of said bank of wbatevercharacter fake .
a pure and simple, and It. desire Ot,
Into the crowd of negroes, killing two ought a serious problem for the mother. The one great,
March'4 at Topnka. The resolution to ; Including the $$192.502; asserted
not to have -Ii -I advantages
0 of them Ben Johnson and Sam Jack < taken any great amount his heart -"camping with a lot of fellows"--oners many
nominate state officer by the primary In the petition to be the prope'rt, of discernment to discover ( active and delight
e -n. Its falsity. ; good health from outdoor life ,
-' 'Dyal was employed' u: a' wood- system was tabled bi a vote 'of 13 of the state, subject to the right! of. the L" '" ful'exercise closer with Instructive nature;
.acquaintance
? \ a ,
-Jman by W. V.;; Hlnson Co. ., "
.. ;.., to 1/J./ state to t>a paid hereinafter as a preferred but the mother heart with dread
There large ,. BEER. POURED !INTO GUTTER. oq other hand, it fills the ,
wash crowd of negroes creditor of the said bank. It I* " '\' --..;.. ' of possible harm when gunning deep; -water fishing, swimming
at
the turpentine
still and there wasjjsuch" further ordered that the Central Bank and life.
ATWGRIPS'SKELETON'
'p MAN. Over Two Thousand Barrlrl.Empti.d In tinchaperoued freedom makeup, the program of dally camp
drinking.-: The negroes finally be- and Trust corporation Ana \vtat the secretof ,
-' be and is hereby boy would knowingly tolerate a chaperon Here lies ,J'
y, xame. riotous and began to fight. among Was Over! Six Feet,T.II, But Weighed appointed receiver and that it give a Oklahoma City. successfully solylng the problem. Let'the father or the mother if the most
Twe'nty.three hundred
,)'''hemselyel., Only Eighty Pound. good and sufficient bond and: security barrels of erslEtent would-be camper: ;sanction the movement; allow-hlm to booae,hla

Fearing'' a general riot Dyal "lnterterred'and'tried'to Charles' .H. Perry, who traveled with of 1500,000 be approved by the cleric: beer, valued at $17.600. belonging to camping companions, and then make arrangements! with the head of each

stop the fight. As .several circuses for sixteen years of' this court for the faithful perfonflp" the new state, brewery was poured into household from which a: ,boy has,been chosen, to rent the ,camp site and up-
figuring
: rl' Soon a* he Interferred the sewers,' of Oklahoma City Mondayby piles on tho The,expenso
:_ tbe'negroel as "The Skeleton Man ance of its duty as such receiver;" and cooperative plan and engage a secret chaperon. ,
,
[vis Burned<< "on him with their pistols. found dead Sunday In a but In the was upon the further condition that its compensation United States Internal Revenue .Collector for this purpose: will be,very,slight-when divided among several families, ,
.** News of the tragedy: was telephonedto. outskirts Howard:. The brew was com The camp site should, be located In the mountains or In aome tiulet lanDIng "
of ProvIdence. L, where he shall not exceed 2 1-2 percent 'pleted after Oklahoma became section, near boating, 'and there.will be little
Waycross and the sheriff, with A ; of the amount a state. famous and fishing ground*; ,
v,. :'posse hurried to the scene.f. bad lately led a, hermit's life. realized and'paidout The state authorities would not permit difficulty In' finding a, man from nearby hotel farmhouse to act a.visitingchaperofa a
from
Death was due to natural cause, raid assets, said 2 1-2 per cent to the boys, while
jits sale and shipment from the state; devote only a portion of his time each day to
SHOT MOTHER Perry was known to the public as "Eu. to cover all expanses. Including attor- keeping a general supervision over the campers' pastimes and provisions. '
AND
:
SON.
gene Feralto.:' Although he was six n.1 fee*.. It Is further ordered that PEACE DINNER PULLED OFF. The secret servlca Idea should be carefully guarded. Let:the caretaker

feet one Inch .in height he weighed said receiver proceed with all conven-, irst appear on the scene a* a chance visitor,after tents are pitched,and arouse
Tragedy' In' Arkanl"Two-Town Uver KillIng only eighty pounds. lent speed to make out and file a complete the enthusiasm of the.J>oys In relating early'camping, experiences and In the

of, Oops Inventory of all of the assetsand Delegates to Pacificatory ConferenceDine advantages of their surroundings. And while putting up at a hotel or farm-\
.
At ,'Conway Ark., Mrs,,Eama'near. SHEET LEAD OR SKELETON liabilities of said bank. In Washington. house let him watch over camp and campers' from a', distance, appearing to

i. :mess, a widow. was ihot and killed' by .--.., This order Is made after considering What was termed a "peace": dinnerwas (he boys a* a good chum.?tvho may be depended upon Increase thler pleas

ILl1Jlall.. Grave of Druce the sworn petition and answer, December given ip.Washington Monday ire In each day's sport Let him also send regular letter to.tha parents of '
Hall had. killed :two dogs belonging Being Opened at London 24 1907. night by the delegates to the recent the boy that wlli allay all 'anxieties that might arise from letters of boyish '

i to(Mrs% Hearnesa and. had refused 'to to* Settle Question,'. J. T. ,PE/JDLETON? Judge. peace conference of the Central'Amen enthusiasm Then the parents may travel or spend their time tl a fashionable -
A London
pay% for,.them; She accompanied her special says! The work This order was. accepted by the Central lean republics In celebration of the hotel If desired (where the boys would find It Irksome as well as expensive

;l9-'eal'-Od: son to Hall' home and,he of opening the grave of TKonpas.Chas. Bank and Trust corporation conclusion ,of an agreement of amity ), knowing, that their boys are cultivating m.thodlcalldeal In attending

".met her at the door with"a revolver In Druce: In High Gate cemetery, to de 'between1\ them Toasts were drunk to to their own camp cooking and housekeeping and Independence In providing'
Ills termine'primarily whether the coffin '" dally table supplies) ; and at the same time are ''b8Ylnc royal good :time In '
w" hand. A* she started to run he shot Quartet for Christmas Present. the presidents of the United, States,
at,her five times.. Three of the shots contains the body of a man, or, a* ha* The Christmas of ,Mexico and the five republics 'parties fulfilling/ the cherished desire of their hearts: It Is the most'agreeable solo-,
WIlliam
been present Mrs. lion of vacation lor boy .-From American Homes and Gardens, ,
took effect killing her ;, asserted a roll of sheet lead lie problem *
, Instantly. The tuck, of Roanoke Va., to her busband to the pact, and speeches were maceexpro..lve
other two struck and fatally Wounded weighing some 200 pounds was began .. .
of -
,4 ,was two,boy and iwo girls. at a good will and, a desire
fayrtson.. ; Hall then:escaped, Sunday.-! birth all, doing well. for lasting peace.; D atii

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TRAINMEN,ARE!: EXONERATED.: BROKER CLEARED BY JURY.. BATTLESHIPS ,RESUME:' JOURNEY.Fleet TAFT BACKS ROOSEVELT.

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'; Mot Criminally, Responsible! for WreckIn 81ms Aoqultted of Alleged Conspiracy Leaves Port ,of, Spain After. Gives,Broad Endorsement-. of"Administration f The WeekDay Power* ',of
Embezzler
With Chtsholm. Spending a Merry Christmas.. .
Which 43 Ware Killed., : .
In-Banquet Speech.
A"-ury-In the United States circuit The American battleship ''fleet the ChurcfiBy iir \
verdict of not ..
guilty wa returned Greeted with'cheera a. "The Next -
court Birmingham, Ala;, Tuesday weighed:anchor at Port of Spain 'Sun- "
'. ...-. .figs tile jury at Washington In the case morning rendered a ,..erdlct'of not guilty day afternoon and steamed 'for Rio :Ja President of the United States," a .

,;.. a (. Engineer' HlldebranoC l! : 'Conductor of conspiracy with Alex R. Chlaholm neiro. topic which' he carefully avoided In his Bishop John ft,.. Vincent, of the

formerly paying teller'of the Thousands,of residents climbed the own remarks however Secretary.
,; k' tioffmey/---! Fireman McClellan .and First National -
bank, of Birmingham the surrounding .hills to view the great War William: II. Taft deliveredhis M.E; Church.Advertise : 9icO
Brakeman .
Rudder,'the train, crew who embesslement his world .. ,
since
" .
first' publlo speech '
of $100,000, from that insti white ships as they moved outward,
'
wer'Indlctect' :week-day power' of the church lies .In' the'continuance
for manslaughter in coinneCUon '
'
tic tuUon. Sims was the manager- of. a while Fat loads of excursionistiwentto circling tour,at the annual banquet of, Ii- ii through the week of the Impulses and high motives of Sunday , "h
with the wreck at Terra Cotta Merchants' Association at Boston
brokerage concern through"whIch' C\ls-. the small Islands In the gulf' and the .T Instruction dreams and visions. It expresses) Itself, inconsistent '
i x 1>. C., on the Baltimore and Ohio rail- houn; speculated extensively.' others to the floating doolc to catch Mass. Monday night. I ii every-dsy life In home teaching example and unconscious ' .. 4
'road on December "80, 1808, In which '">' -' ,Mr..Taft's speech, was In the main a '
In business
of
ye the last glimpse 'e lblpl.. Influence: > 'honestyand fidelity:, In an
,forty-three, persons were killed and. utf- PROHIBITION broad defense of President Roosevelt enterprising thoughtful,'inspiring "prayer meeting; in pastor
RALEIGH
\&I'd of three, score injured. .-. ," GAYNOR WANTS TO DIE. and, the administration, I II al fidelity and visits of mercy;'and la social good-wilt by' the
,
',. . '0 members of the church In t
Voted"Out private !. special classes) for BiblU m
la . Dispensary, I. 01.No'rth' Can NEEDLES ENDED HER:LIFE. cal Instruction and church tralning.ccalucte4by th'e i' t
'
HIDE''PRESEHT8 Prefer, Suicide to Sentence pastor -
TRYING: TO ,, '. :g -c o1 na.Clty: j Would Serving '
l .. lectures.eclentlde'andliterary' .
in" ; Inblogrsphlcal studies In the '
,' ; course
f f" J ".:" majority of 447 Raleigh N.C. In-Atlanta Prison.' of
By ; .
Who'SWllllowed 144EIpht..nMonth."Apo home reading-all of which;,under the direction of the church, will make the
n ..Aged Man, Falls i 'Down_ Stairway''andBdeaks '' 'voted out Its'liquor dispensary Thurs ,I 'While hla friend? are watching closely Woman Finally Succumbs.'Mrs. church weekday power In the community Religion to be'a power must

4 His ,Neck, day.: The dispensary has been in, opera .about: Benjamin D. 'daynor In his who touch Influence; and control the) entire field of life, secular and religious. "
.. Mol'le Desmond attempted
cell In the Bibb county'jail. at Macon '
tlon,for .four-'Sear., twenty-four- -
w'. rjacksonStiller;' CO. )'eara"of. 'saga. ,,a loon. having been'voted oat tn:favor Oa, atatemenu"are.. coming 'from 'the to commit. suicide'"eighteen:mouthy - '

,we I residentof'WestEglssbetb! of the ,dispensary -. Inalde that he has made serious threats ago by !swallowing. Ja package of 144 ': J#

, .'paTwhlle. .t althily.: trying. to,escape'th The :Bales have ,amounted" to :$UO,-. of committing, suicide:"rather than:/go needles ,died in ''New" ,York'' Monday,, in. Your Home Paper k

+ *" *> yel'o"fbe* younger member ot 000 'a 'earlth -about 171.000 "profit.tola In the real sense of the"word a"federal after physicians:had ma<}e twenty-five '

"',"."'"''to, theBamliy and hide; .Christmas ,prey "feeing'placed 'to the credit ,of: the prtsonec-to the"Atlanta penUonUar)' 'to surgical operations upon her and ,bait! For' e/'VeryBest-Res11l./ : .

} 'en /fell down ,a "stairway' late Christ-, achool fond, the road fan-l and thtdt., pike: up a term,:' fl8rlcea, : convicted needle: ] -, '1,.... ,'. "
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\,\ 'rtnas' eve -night and M broke his neck. ,expmoiscoount., '- ,Dan: : : ..:: . ...' .' t

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Strawberries '
MMMMMc 'v iley' 1 Celery and at the fair, ,

.. .. ; N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.T .' .
Florida oelery and luscious strawberries G, A. ".80Iif, Pr ld t y
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OSCEOLA PHARMACY
deservedly Imiwrtan
PUBLISHED: EVEET FRIDAT. occupy a I3C: E -
position in the premium' lists. of the ,
Gazette .
Office Building.
Valley Florida,, State Fair, to be held'at .

KIB81MMEL.. O8CEOLA COUNTY.' FLA. Tampa February 0 to 22, and! the at- ; Waters & Carson Grocery Co..;

tendon" of.thousands of tourists) from ,
; ;: .. !' called to the flpi j f
W. B HARRIS Editor. < Prop'r. other States will be Waoi.eal.sadR.t.IIDaI.r.la
Where You Get Prescriptions Cor
--=-" -- I quality of these crops.. Tampa will !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES market for both rectly Pilled at Reasonable Prices. ciR
furnish line .
also a
CC lima.J
.
:
_. ... .... *1 00
O.O"r.. peals on*roonUuOiMeopr. .,. . .. .. .... .J; during the fair period, and In behalf --'
,. .th..u..*. .. '1 u... . NAS of the celery) Industry the railroad $ ,
I will brink Bcol-es of celery growersfrom > It makes. no difference whose "blank your Doctor writes 1-
.
author.Wxl : i-L ..TO..,.
from ..
; our
_cMnmunkcatiora.... ..must movpt b.cliriuid .by U>.writer.anted . i the r.cU'M ('<'hoodof Kalamazoo, *7 his Prescription on,. 'w* can ,fill them correctly, __ __ COUNTY ,

.-lied: for. mater ,will 110.tumed. unlouEntered i Mich., tlio. meat' noted celery produoinir %7 Wears Agents for ELBA, HOME REMEDIES,. hich .", \ Y CRATES "
. )Ii .A
-; - - I ocnloi't) "T'auipa. and South FlorIda are guaranteed. ,, I Celebrated Fertilizers

t at mail tlM PMtofflM irattor.Fjiday K..I..mFIa.. .,McoodcUu .t'lilnts liv ext ut'slon trains. Kvi'fyililnif . - "' 'I I GRAIN: E TC..j
: be done to ad

r tom----, .; -;ua'J'O':;; 'j I verirn both I'OI'lhln'wm celery and .gtrrfwborr. ; fi FULL LINE TOILET 'ARTIC ES. i T ro F.r.I..d Circclar..4 o. Appllc.t'1 Price.*.

indiihiiies. with. a total I of $2<>,omoftVivil I / \, I
.sons. .
large into fin .
In 'piciulum a cashpremium J

Sparkman Will ,Not Run. ) f III given tor every product f HIDES FURS Specialty."J'
known tAl tin Stau Those tiyi,4 ring. ,
Although Congressman 'Spal'kllIahball to exhibit should write at once to I "rty t,W "rr rmrw"'*r+"rmrmrr9rrr*'ririr'' *

made no 'definite statement for President '\,J. 1 L.: Uiowni Tampa, forpremium i Country Produce a
publication on the !Important subject, Int '. Following are' the
South S'"i
the' Tribune 'Ia I In position to state and 8"1'0" I. Sunny J "i
premium offered on celery .. tsHMH wHa -'a'a a
1 that tie, In spite of pressure bronght tobear ben let: i -- - .
by friends of all Beclfo of Ate .

'.tale. probably' will not be a candidate hibit County, 'i2.5 milking; individual bout", strawberry making best ex $, L.. H, INGRAMj, Proprietor. : T&acre.kya.>drtkR.nrdryera.rrt/runr/M +l.llulttrllurlicAuAr' ':,.

1. for the United States Senate' to strawberry exhibit, $25; individual $,..............................................................................................; f
ticKVH-d .W. J, Uryan, of Jacksonville: hibiting best quart of strawberries, S.. : /
R. Floyd
who, on Christmas day, wan air i ;

pointed by Governor Hroward to fti strawberries; individual, *making 10; Individual I 1 brat' exhibit exhibitIng of.- H= LIVERY, SALE and BOARDINGPIwA.= S.s ScCO-i

succeed the lamented Stephen it. S
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\ Mellory. It is highly probable that I best six: plants In pots) $5, ................................\.\.\...............\'.......\.:..............\, i .}:
County; making bent exhibit of cel GROCERS ,
T toirgresMnan Sparkman will: make el'V.0: ; Individual making best ex ]j.I.| VVn11.et iiippetl :with Now Stock and Vehicles' and $ s.- t
'a
f a statement to "thin effect within hibit of celery, '*3j; individual) exhibit >J'i*I.al'ed to ailed. all demandswith. Perfect 8atik $

very few da $, although/ lie, hall ln ; I bent six heads of celery, *t.% < NEW FIRM NEW GOODS
publicly announced 1 no such Intention. I'i'uctiou. i ii. .<

Prior to the death of Senator Mai-I : Politics in Georgia. .
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lory though Congressman he rusted that. Svarkman he would'not, tal1 ( -, "Down our way," said Mr. Hilly i.: HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY . < Full Line of High Grade Fresh w!

Sanders of Shad trale'lwe're foolish -
1 oppose that gentleman. should he be a-. !rN 444 """" """" """" "' IIC Family and Fancy Groceries ;
about politic*; wo talk about it .
candidate for re-election, was' frequently =..:.:: ::" -=-o'--' = -- H FREE DELIVE'RYPrices I
and dream: about It, an'set Inthe
mentioned a man who OOCOOOOOOOI, )OQOQOOOC ooc
aa 1OOOCX
SI shade an1 draw maps of the '<-ampalgnH .< t ,
could make a successful race' and -CA'RSON. : L. LUPFERPrwMmt. 1
c. J A CRANFORD. S.
the mud. We
in dispute right t(
: ,
occupy the senatorial seat with creditto Vlce-Prwldent. Secretary. IChlIt Kissiniiiioe! ,' Fln.53;
smart; we deny the allegation, and defy <{ ..
himself and the state, and when
the alligator; an' sometimes a .. ... .
Senator Mallory passed away the ft....,.""Y'_'V" 'tr"V"'Y" iT''IP'' O''tP'tP'ii. ., .1'ii "'fIC'ec'LF'IF'Y"li"yF'ar'
knock down an' 'will
-drsg-out fight;
sentiment developed into a practical 1 '
come on as onexpected an a April K1SS1MMEE LUMBER, 'CO.
demand from all sections that the BUDDED TREES !
shower In June. What we want to ,
able from this district
congressman know about Is, who's a-gwine for to
: make the race. Congressman Spark- lie the next President Politics Is a
had refused, believing his e
man Islesworth Nurseries.
- heau more Important in the South in
.net vices to Florida would be more these latter days than they use' to beVp've : Rough and Dressed
't valuable as i senior democratic member -
\ dlskivvered that the Yankees CHASE A CO.. I'lfUltlKTORS J. W. HOARD,AOENT
of the and harbors
river committee -
r ca..ry .on business by means of poll
thereby. casting aside his own We will have ready for next fall slid Winter planting' a general
; tics, an' we'\'ello, to come to Itef we'rea Pine Lumber. -
personal ambitions In behalf of hlaconstituent assortment of Orange and (grapefruit Trees of all leading varie- w
wine to survive among the fittext.Wetye ties. Our trees are hutlded.on good healthy rough Lemon and' I
of the First district
.of' rot to make money enough for Sour Orange roots, guarai.ieed free<< from Insects pests of any kind.. x
..1 and the State-at-darge, Prominent to buy up congresses ant leglslatur's I All budded from bearing treys In our groves and therefore true to a

men,'however' including many who ao' a. many stray federal ?judges as name. Our facilities for growing/ nursery stock are second to l%
have. ,hitherto opposed Congressman we k4n get under cover; we've,, trot to HOUSE BILLS A 'SPECIALTY. none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's experience ,
election bid higher than the railroads an' the ; .. can produce. We are making specialty this season of the
polit4eaIydeclared!
%, Bparkman trusts an' we've got. to have the famous California Valencia lAte which Is destined to beoome the ..
: to the senate was due him for the money for to back our bids."-Joel greatest money-maker In Florida,. Oyr Valencia buds come direct ,
i past. services;. an T-t.h'at.. he should. Chandler Harris In Uncle Remus'a from the beBtbearinir trees In lobe district now famous for producing *.

;' make the race for ,the senate' where M allazln . ... ; the best. Valencia In California.. .*
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many ,claim his services would ,ba All.the World When Wanting New Rubber TiresOR Write. for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha, Fla., or call and see our .Nurseries ;,

even more valuable. than on the important at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. t
Is a stage and Mallard's Snow Liniment
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house committee apove. plays .a,most prominent part.. It .-
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mentioned, "has no superior for rheumatism, stiff. '
in' spite 'of these circumstances: Joints, cuts, sprains and all pains. OLD ONES RESET

though it is understood that Congress' Buy it,try It and you will always use ,
Card of Thanks.
it. Anybody who has used Ballard's I
nan Sparkman believes he should remain Snow Liniment is a. living proof of Write R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO, FLA., ,

In the house and retain member- what it does. the Only Rubber Tire Man in South> Flor-

x hip -of the river and harbors c! mmlt'whlcb Buy a trial bottle. 25c, 5Oo' and (... his
and '
'ida. .He does the work-right price. ..,, ,
Is by far. the .most. Important For sale by Hoberson's Pharmacy. ." '
', is right. See him before you go elsewhere. .4-; EDITOR l VALLEY GAZETTE: .r
to Florida of eHfier ,house, /t.' : ',1' >

for and the will senate therefore: He not will make be generally the race Dr. Goldstein; Here. : ,.....';Hewill- save. you money.- and freight.. t ,:.>Vu,r J.;,.;.. ,(..'V,.'*'*?. ;;::.! ,.w.are'.too, busy; "this<..;weekending, i 1 j!iv:: .up;J .,the-\, -old', year's..business to '',..':< .


,. commended throughout. Florida for r- Respectfully, write an advertisement but you can just say to. our friends .and cusk. ,

,remaining- :bsolut.e11.tru to his sense : ;
'- tomers that we are truly grateful for the splendid patronage that hat '
of duty, although there are thousandswho : .

wilt regret not having. an opportunity HOLLAND been accorded us during the past year, and will endeavor. to merit a s i
of casting vote' for "Stephen R.L. ;j
tt of the in the future.
M. Sparkman for United States continuance .sam, .

1 Senator. And'in future years there Lr. R. Goldstein, the wellknown .

is' no doubt. buttthstthe, distinguished optic specialist, of Tampa will is in Very truly, t
Cisslmmee and will remaid here until :
Tampan will be honored with
practically Saturday. 11th, with office at The Inn. '
't any office that Floridians are Dr. Goldstein is a specialist thoroughly H. O. STANFORD OC& ,

l capable, of giving, him.-Tampa and efficiently trained in his C. A. CARSON JOHN M. tEE, N.' B. CARSON .n -. .-. -- it1IIa

Tribune. profp.lliion. and llulLra.nteeaaatlll- ..'...t. Ylc.-pre.'d..t. Caahl.r.,. ... .. .. ,' ,
eltaRciBt
__ faction. If your eve are dim they Mcrfk jVjfcjV A-'IIou6.' "" ec esflc,6taSc u/kahi. }

Another. ..Bouquet, for Will Bryan. need to attention call. on, and Dr.you Goldstein.owe it to ;yourself EyeIlla..e. State Bank of KissimVtiee. Picture J
Noulding"
.fitted which will relieve' all [ J.W.
THOJDPSOJ .
Miss Jefferson" Bell Tallahassee Fla.
the
gifted headaches, pains, burning, or Itchlnf Kissimmee,' ::

newspaper correspondent, in of the eyes, dizziness' blurring of --- .

writing of the: Senatorial racer hands print, floating of specks before the PAID Vf, CAPITAL.......,..... .. .. C BO 000 00 3 I ..All Kinds of Franks_ j ;

out. the, ,following bouquet to Will eyes.scientifically Eyes'adjusted.examined Don't and glasses neglect STOCKHOLDERS: LIABiLiTy.. .. .. ...... 8. OOOflO 3j;; FUNERAL. DIRECTOR I made to 0 rder, :y '1'

Bryan; children's Office ., 000 00
1T"I :am expecting more of Mr. Bryan i 0 your a. m. to 4 p. m.eyes. hours DEPOSITORS_.---_.- -_. .--0------ j LICENSED'EMBALMER .. :"

In ibis r .tAan of any other candidate ,. -.-- --- -- .----- .-- Prompt tad Careful Atteatlo give*' to..'' wetter es- Prompt attention Given ta'

1 ... now announced or likely to .announce. --I trusted to u.. ExcnaMRes Rood. at' all points ., cbeapcat 3t 1 orders sent by mail. or1, .1'
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Also Nice, Line of Ladies' and
si He baa'.ucb an abundanceof rate.' telegraph. 1..1
-TJJE'Kissimmee -- YOUR BUSINESS
the gifts that please and is so thoroughly Gents' Burial Robes. ;eII ''r

In touch with.mea and affairs. Co.
Drug Residence West Side '
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In the comparatively few that
years PHONE 73. Court House Square."\!1 "
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be baa been In public life he has established '
for himself 'a record for jP'c ...:......a.........................""1uAc> j..a.,...,................lc.csdtaAc \.,

honest' and fearless performance ofdu..y .J . .' 't"
Impressed WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. nr w .*v aw"Mpx'e*'+r ""' ___ -...- .. >>
t, and has his personal
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y ity upon the public mind. In.,,my ; NORTH KlSSSlMMEE.. PHONE NO i, '8.; f'
t. j
opinion Mr. Bryan'has the brightest' We carry ,the largest and :%

lr future of any young man in Florida most varied stock of our line

:today and ,one of the remarkable in town. i. C. W. Griffin d

t 't'', 'things that I can say w about him is We carry none but the i ', i ,,;
thai he le one of the very few han'daome freshest -
and of
purest drugs : :
:
men I know who Is not handicapped at all times. : --
bv his !good looks. Generally Fancy i Family Groceries

at 'peaking,' a handsome man is 'not fit Your prescriptions are filled / m fttisaid Rt juisite wier ,=; -I
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for anything worth speaking Of In this by a Graduate in Pharmacy l t E Fresh Meats.

age of< realities, and I doubt If they besides five years'actual experience = QII,
Irrigation
4 were in soy other age!! ., t, D Hucry Every Day at ant.Hour. Patronage Solicited..

'!)Jr. Jlryan-U; 'to. be envied his Doesn't this .,mean some- Is one of the. ntUKt, ImportAnt subject' In Florida. /6. yc.dl' ...5-ata. ..................--..... ..........._.._.a..j_.uuAt', .
4 so poise; he knows himself. 'Without- thing 4We and I I. small
The cost of making lends produce tta compaJ''d -
t egotism. be knows, his capacities and
his/ carry sufficient help to. ,. to the great results that Irrigation,plants are 'wU.ln.the \ MAL' BY MACHINERY '
confidence in himself inspires aconfident : COMPANY
reach"of *- \ ,
deliver your packages: within : every fjriuer<
belief in others that will
t he.
a feWmoment after the pur- let u. know how mi--; cr!4 of arid land 'you have and we ullll JACtBONVILLHI "'L.A'.
perform welt whatever he attempts, ; me t. for making LPsa. DUt.c. Phoa* 874.- 32 Oe... etr..i..r.r; t
'and Just, as. he Is sure of chase. This Ms ,notidle furnish plans embodying: the l1e.aY'l'f"qul' your I
; .bl./ capablitie boasting,'bat;'we want land'protluetive, We"hare' 'the plant need and we belJetean "' .
f ) *-=lf he has limitations be"knowsthen' your eyact .you' ; Portable and StationeryJEnjrln; ,
business andr we know we estimate from as will Mve you noney. and Boilers Sawmills: Woodwork
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; Bryan I. : '
rtt Mr. .active ,.andaggressive ,
r.t.. :I, .':and'will be . can please: We also sell :Marine Engines.'Motor Boat Supplies Pipes Fittings,. '" lug Machinery andBupplle<; Complete '
an ,interestingcampaigner.
u or line carried inetook '
;' etc. Write for besutlfalllluttrated; catalog No ; r
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.}; 'I" .. / .*. ..90' 24 terms.. Write for .f a toga
".,-t ' j i ,. .." : i -- :: SLate agents for the. Old 9.. awe
:"' f/I t. ,Wanted.anes.. ,; Valid Oaaolia E. ... .
1' 4 Se ,'Otters/Wood. ;- 'KissteweeDrug' ;:Co.Kistlmme ., Florida"Gas ,Engi :, Supply Co.T.VMPA xl .0 ..JI v.

i1 *ks x Squirrels. High FLORIDA
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rkas ,-Ocll French, Natun . *, Fla., -y MACHINERY
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I" Our ,lino Is the- ,larg-! Furniture.- Most Complete Line'--o( Christmas] Crockery .


-= bst best and 'prettieht -Y

everjn Kisslmmeo>, and ) TISf --Ever Displayed .in Kissiipee "


I f 'arc MARKED\ LOW. Rockers ,of''' all kinds, I .....

Book Cases Side Boards, We have a beautiful assortment of
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Fancy Silver Pieces, Vases, Cup and.

.Chinaii\!' Closets, .Dining I I Saucer, Cakel'lates. Berry and Water
Set, Salad Dishes,,Etc Dont fall to

\ Chairs,; Oak .SuiteS, Iron r t. ,, e ag .eb them ,
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Beds and Bed Spriijffs.. 4.' -
... f' .Y n. FOR THE CHILDRENWe .
haves complete line o( Doll, Doll :Y t ",
Il I We Carry a Full Line Carriages, Hocking Horse. Drum.,

.,.. Ball, Air Guns, Express Wagons, BIO
LINE OF 0 and 10 CENT TOYS. S

A slJcncuci Lino oi' Rugs and 'Matting nl Most I I

Everything must be sold) Regardless
Kensonnblo. Prices. of Qost. Nothing to be carried over.





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' The KIsslmmee.ValleuGazett: c Write It 1 .08. Ingersoll Midget watches 12.00 aiKau's. . ,Meeting of. County Commissioners '

.._-- '. -- - You will. always bud fresh candy atGilbert .- next Monday. In order to :make rO 1t1.Ilor

,*. f7-tf. Orders afthe Regular meeting of the School
TKLBPHONK. NO. 11. for tailor marie suits, : '"
Quinn Edmondson-wlll call and getycur Cash Store. Board next Tuesday f

",",;. EVERY FRIDAY Laundry.packages .for the White. 47-tf, Star Seventy.iiverolle fancy, matting aL Wanted To buy good farm horse Spring stock of Millinery will
: PUBLISHED :
my
.' cost. S. C. G/HAftDWARR: Co.' Cheap, apply to J. L. Moon. .
_BTfWl Leave packages for the White Star "
Our merchant, after enjoying' .
a Town Council will meet in regular
Laundry witt Edmondson fit
}S' QuInn) '
B.OFFICIAL heRRIB.WRATHEN have I
: splendid holiday trade ail been session next Tuesday night
\\ d- --.--- - St. John's Guild will. meet at the juslly engaged this week in taking sell all WINTER GOODS
Episcopal church Tuesday January7th stock and preparing for. the..businessof Big lot window curtains just ar- my ,
RCPORTtAw at. 4 p. in. the new year. rived at S. C. G. Hardware Co. .' '..
... .r.turS. for week ..nd1.R11'kumy ,
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/ January: IMS Will Moseley was down from the Do you need a new suit? W. can Mrs E. A. Russell has furnUhed i
city of Gotba this week looking after fit and please 'yfeu either ID readymade room for light housekeeping. M-tf Come and see
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r Ma.. Mln: r made, we.' represent the best tailoring Col.P. A. Vans Agoew,! made a ': ,' ) "
Helon Bell and family of Georgia business trip to, Jacksonville this ., "
: house lnAmerlca.Messrs\ StATV's. ", ,
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have been spending holidays week '

r rM.t" .... . .,. 'Ii 63 with relatives here. Jas. H. and S. A. Us,. HigHSchool them ,'- .
. 100 ts gard of Winchester Ky., accompanied The will open again
8eturokr
Bu-. .... . .... W .Qula Edmonton will\ call for your by their wives, are spendinghe Monday after two weeks* vacationfor {
," M..dq'. : ... .it laundry. Please have the change for the holidays.For .
; .. CI'H. winter lu Klsslmroee. They are I
''f tv.a.ra. ... .... him on delivery of the same. If. MRS. PILLEY.Informal
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/11 111 domiciled at the home of -Airs. Tat-. Sale.-Bowling alley. with .
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,"c.n"l'8IIQ. '. Mrs M. U. Waring came up from man. I complete set balls. and pin. Big
.. Lakeland and spent the holiday with Little:Mis Lot 'Overtreet entertained bargains H, C. FOUNTAIN.Use .
.. .- ----- her parent., Mr. and Mr. J. M. Lee. : .
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--- quite number of her little
a old news paper In your house Wasted..
" Special. rites o'n felt matressesnext friends last Tuesday afternoon In cleaning. We-sell them at this office: Reception. know that furnishall
The public to we
honor of her fourth birthday De
ten days
hundred
at 20ooer .
S. C. G.. HARDWARE Co. Ill'htful.tefrclhment.! were served by | A delightful informal reception. wa kinds of help free of charge and
JlTHE: LOCAL FIELD.. |i !.In. Overstreefc._ TryiKlsslmmee Drug Go's. 'Little given by M.... J. L.' Moon: and her secure positions at low price.
Send your collars, cuffs and shirts Catharlc Granule for Constipation, two charming daughters, Misses Tampa Employment Bureau, 1110| t
to the White Star Laundry. Quinn. SHOES REPAIRJCD.Leave'.. your Torpid Liver and Billiouiness, l.t.f- Alin and Eloise Moon,' last Wednesday Franklin St., Tampa Fla. .M< Renter
Edmondson will call for jour packages , hoes. At Mr J *. Tress'. store or send Mgr. OO-4t.
Deo. 25th in honor of Mr*. .
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Mr.. Brdkaw, travelling representative -
If you will! notify him. 47-tf to shop In North Klsslmmee. Shoe
,; I for Bradley' fertilizers ha J. Lawton Moon of Jacksonville, .
: delivered when
repaired.
1 Mr, D. G. Wagnerycblef train dispatcher Mill LucU. Banksof Grantsvllle G...;
Wade the Tuner Orlando T JDO. BANDY.. been spending several days in town. OJ.tenln all style at .Gilbert'
\ for the A. C, L came 5 down and Mi* Lillian ,Holt, of Macon. Phone 47-tf.. '
'. Dwelling,,for ''rent, apply to M. from Sanford Wednesday and. spends I rfev. 8.; W..Lawler, the newly appointed We are overstocked on Doll. and The house wa beautifully\ decorated : 84.
,,. Tiller few hours. here with relatives and i Presiding KIder for this are Belling them at actual Cost. with evergreen for. the occasion. I

. Price Davenport at S, C, O. Hard- friends. 1 district} will bold. quarterly .9Onferenh OSOBOEA PHARMACY.Ftorsbeim's fbe calling toours were from 3 _tJUI .
rare--Co. Preaching at the Christian. Church I *t the Methodist church next. 15 Patent Oxfords are 0 I, and a large number of Klssimmee'' G. F ,K R Bti3S i.-
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In Klsilmmee on Sunday morning at Saturday and Sunday. Mr.'''Lawlers the correct thing as. to style comfort, society ladieswere, present : ..,- ., ...,, ,.'
: Mr. 3. C. GrlflUn'vUltedbl. parent a former pastor of this church.and etc. Found at II. V Stanford Co. S Delightful refreshment consistingof HATTORNSY-AT- f :
this week. 11 a. m., and. 7:14: p. m., Sunday receive cordial welcome from delicious cake and served LAW.'S
,! At New' Smyrna ..it. / ,> will onlY. tea were
1 ( School at 10 a. m., Christian Endeavor .... : '*
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: ItI.membe. by several pretty.girls of the.youngerset. Office Court'simmee uKI": "
Simmons
of JArcac l I* 9:30 Everybodymost
Mr* Dr. at p. m. The newly elected officer of Friend. Mrs. Moon and her,two pretty "
vfelling the famtly-of Mr, Ingram. cordially. Invited. Evaporated. Peaches' and Prunes hip Lodge K. of K were Installed; daughter were.delightful hostess Florida.. *'

'' few day,.with .friend at Haloes City Bartow Monday to spend a week with M. Driu..ID', writing from I. vening. t-
Wilbur 'Adam left Mondaynight his partner, U. A. Llghteey, of the Macon, Ga, request O* to make the Regular communication,". el-Orange Carrie Nation trial ot causes the law firm of .

r,,' Mr. to'accept' a position in Ha- Parson Llgbtiev Cattle Co. WhileMr. following announcement. : "I will' I'e- Blossom Lodge F.' &. A: M. next certainly smashed. a bole to the barrooms .M.&W.rlo..ol: ( /J ".,
Parson is there they will probably urn' Friday .or Saturday and will londav: night bretb..ncordially Orlando'a.
L. vanna Cuba. 'next Visit of Kansas; but Ballard' H ore- ,
-if visit their ranche. reach I. New tear's sermon hound SYrup has. smashed. all recordsas '_S. ........-:!.
Emma): Yowell bat been spending iunday morning. Please say for me S--
Mis
1.r.-:i'.' the week with Mend In the St. I Mr*. 8. 'B. Aultmao and Min hat I desire a full attendance of .ourmembership Mr. B. D. McKee .a respected a cure, for coughs. bronoJiHIs, influenza -. D. A. VANS AGNEW. *- .:.,
at home to their and all pulmonary disease
Aultman
Bettle are Lord' citizen of this county died at hi.homea
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k: .' ; a* the Supper
neighborhood.itAou .
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; Cloud, + many friend every ''Tf1ur.daJaft.er.! will be observed and we want to, start few 'mile east of town Sunday. T. C. H.-Horton, Kansas write: 'S SATroHNBY
are hungry to Gilbert's from 3.. tl15.. Mr*. Aultman Monday.. "1 have never ,found a medicine that
go noon the new.year aright." Igbt and ,was burled on AT LAW........ I
qulok funoh restaurant or call up 84 and SIJss Bettle are quite an a-d would cure a' cough '0. ''quickly a* I.1 I'1'-
.' And have your order sent up. ,47-tfr tilt Ion to Klssimmee's social circle.. Sterescope 'Mews at the Cash Store! Mr. Geiger formerly editor of the BalUrd's Horebound Syrup. I have -' AND NOTARY' PUBLIC, | '
two cents each. Citrus County. Chronicle' but now used It for 7ea...... Sold by Robe
Fine line) of Candle, Fancy and Mr. W. F. Waldrop, of Bessemer,' taking a law course. at Stetson,. Is gon's KLSSIMMEE FLA
.+: Plain ordered eelally/1or the ,Ala., who spent lat. winter, In this Mr. and Mr. U. D. Fuller came up ,pending today In town' and was' a ,. Pharmacy.' 1 '
Winter, :
'C&trrxN's. returned and will re from Lakeside Grove near \
t' Holiday trade at C. W. city ha again pleasant caller at this Office this ----
'.'. main mtil. spring. He is accompaniedby H..ven. Monday,beingdriventhroughthe morning .". > .
..: '_ :Tryhe'nevi barber shop Everything his brother; Mr. B. B.. Waldron country They are spending the 1 q
'view and up-U-date. Sharp ra- guests of. the Park week here with the home folks and will leaders of the Saturdsy'Even1cg
and
""orS tlean towels, first-class service. House.they are v return next Monday.. Mr. Fuller I I. Post and Ladies' Home Journal can '

'MrW. J. WaringofLakeland' ; laving some cloth sign printed, with renew their subscription with Nelsont.Russell "ICATZ'S forK '
\ bere with her I Mr. and Mr. Frank Learning of which be will mark: out a new road to authorized agent for Curtis ,
holidays
pent the Mr>and Mr H. M Pfann. Cape May N. J.. who spent winter his place via Loughroan all soon a* Publishing Co., and "ave, their . . . . K ___.._, _...._ ,
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parent < before last in Klssirornee returned 'a the bridge on the county road, across postage? 91.60 a vear.t 48tf ....__...,11, ........___. NN\\N)

_ flrit-clas* work few day ago for the season and are Reedy Creek Is finished. '. .
Quinn Edmond located at the home of .:R. Goldstein, the well) knownTim :
f, son White will Star call Laundry.for and deliver tour comfortably Mr. H. C. Stanford, where they have Rev. Tho K. Pastel I, late ml*, regular optician I I. here on one of his Honest Goods : {

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47-tf/ secured sionary to the Seminole In Indian visits and ts located at the '
package room. Territory, but recently assigned tombdonarywork Inn for a few, slays., where he will be .
' Ne'" barber shop at Patrick'' old Small orange grove large sweet In the Everglades, pleased to consult,with and examine:
r e standService bv tonsonlal Artist seedling tree Two house., artesian hat juat come to town after: \1"s first the eyes of any one 'suffering from .
convant with All lobe latest fads In well, four mile from Klssimmee 40 visit to his charges ,While on. ibis defective: sight See his adv. in an. 5'. ,.
tv'' barbSrlng.. tf acres, near railroad station, good trip Mr.,.Pastell..had frightful experience other column. .

8rupo: ; White TiDe-and' Tart* a vegetable land. J.Price)I. WILLAON.18 O. JR. having become separated For the past two week wet'thane ; '
and
Ladies' Goods
his
out
! from the guide on way $
remedy Cobat..mpo.ltlvel' cure been having beautiful sprtngltkeweather 's
sale at" Kls Miss Fannie Hess and'Miss Margaret lost for twelve da,.. He was finally which to the 4
L coughs and colds., For. I II being enjoyed .
N. Y. the and after few ,.
Co. Al-tf Richards, of Nyack, spent rescued by guide fullest extent our northern visitors.Picnics i !"
r\ simmee Drug: I Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ira day attention. recovered from sickness. : boating oy. .parties and excursions Men's' Goods \ .\ \

f r During the absence of.Mr. W: 'W. : Wetberbee. ,Miss Best I I. the matronof brought on by .loss of food-Ft. in, the country to visit tome of .. ,' ,'. ;" .
o Jackaon, Dr. S. ,C. Morgan, ,'of"At the Institute where their son,George 4yers cor..Tamp. Tribune.Mr. the tiDe aTe the < I ...,.'."
orange groves among ,, .
,1" Iota assisting,Dr. Hicks', In the- 'i Wetherbee, 1* preparing for. .missionary J. M. ,Wood; of: 'At.lanta. returned -'I diversions being indulged In by them. Girls' Goods. ,- ,' "M.'. .-. ' .
Kris mee Drug 90' store. .',, work.: ; home. last Saturday. ,after.. .. '- "j.> '" 7'f. fBoy's"G'oo' \- ",..

L .''frorbert Spier, who \Is now Tklr.. John A. Blockwell has "pur:. few days visit here with Mr:. Wood The itev. J.,Lawton Moon who has \t 1 ds : 'I, ',f.IS. 4.: .',' "
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.located Dunnellon, where he Is employed chased the Interest of Mr. W. M. William and the baby,' at the home.of his been appointed to the pulpit of St. ; :" :
Dr. M. J. Hicks. "Mrs. Matthew' Method church for this . ""I'
In a drug store came hometo In the Ash ton turpentine business 'atber-ln-law, : .
oj spend the holiday with his parents.1tr. . and the firm name of the company Wood and ths baby will'remain some :year, with his wife arrived from Kisslrnme ..'[.
Mr. Wood began his wtbere. be had spent . t.-
this week "
Car- weeks longer. "
Blackwell
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T. H. Minx has just returned hat been Co.changed Mr. Blackwell to will ,moveto career here at principal of our High the holiday, and 1* DOW at home to I ,. ,... '. .I '. :M.r -- .4, ., ti
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from A visit of several i weeks atEavanna eon and. will have the active\ School. And his many friend std admirer his friend at the parsonage, 835'West '
A.btoD
and other points in Cuba of the business. are pleased to know that be I I. Monroe street. Mr. Moon I* a l : uatable for Gaits.a(
1 abd 1* A guest of his brother, Judge mangement winning success In ..the practice 'of ate of Emory College\ and

L.; A. Mln:t .y Miss; Susie Dale, after spending the his profession, the law', to the great the first honor of his el..... ''adU-1 .

.Uale family regular past.three month here with her brother city: of Atlanta his native borne. after he entered the Florida '. "
and
Air. J. D. : '
I will leavethis morningfor :And times. .
residents Klssimmee, ar W. J. Dale, Rent.--Six room"'cot' ference! on trial was for all. :, .
For Sale -
wl *r or t.
Klsslmmee. She will\ be accompanied avenue Church this city: .
to Highway ,
Saturday from their home Mr. C,V. Bearden.Mr -
last
to
rived home by Mrs. Dale and little tage. Apply ; : and the Central City :Mission. whichhe -
Located In
In Omaha, 111.In,,North and : are Klsslmmee.Messrs. baby, who will. spend some ,time at O.'F.Edwards. of Oracle, 111., ably superintended for two Ylilal" . .
their cottage I Klsslmmee visiting relativeand. who, with his family Is ''Sending' the A little lest than two years ago Mr. "

: J..0. Gottwalles and friends. Miami News-RecbrdJan. 1. winter m Klislmmee went down the Moon wa happily married to Miss .... .. .';
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George Steffee, after spending A few Prof. R.. O. Meek who recently river last week with Frank TatmanIn Carrie Cbappell.of Jacksonville, an .' '
days here with relative* and friend, came. here with his family from Texasto . his launch and<<, spent several' day attractive and accomplished young; ,
returned to Nlckles, where they are locate ha pjrohased: a half interest hunting and fishing At"Orange Ham. lady. who has A large circle friend '
employed a* engineer at a pbo< In the real estate and Insurance mock. Mr. Edwards returned delighted who will be pleased to know that she K atf :

Ine., S; business of W. 'I* Van Duzor & Co., with the trip, and say they will continue to make her, home' in ,, Z" ,

D O. Wagner and two and is now.:actively engaged with that had fine sport retting all the flsh and this city. The member of St.. Mat- : : / ... ,
Sanford are vUltlng firm I in interesting prospective settlers game they Could .I1H. Among other thew'a Churoh and their friend will : .-\' .. .'
of 'our'-community rMr.. Meek'1* well thing they killed A .whooping crane. accord their new pAstor and familya ,.. ..,, '.IQ"y.;
5' S: Todd athi* borne near in which Mr. Edwards: pronounceequal cordial welcome and, .are, "predicting1 6_ ,...,, .I...
Todd 1 oeter *o happy with oar town and Kilmmee . .
alila.entertaining l. his daughter I\Pleased i fortunate Jn securing. desirable .. In flavor" and. delicacy to wild- a most.ucoe..f11I'ear..Jack.. --- -.

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.\ ::1T eWr General'Demand' .. ........
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:-....'. '1 'of'tbe"Wos44has'always
... of the WeUattformM: : .;
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.. Tar on Hoods.. bnen'for a, simple,\, plcaaat'andefficient .

'IIV As a direct/ result ofuoee.llrul ex:. liquid laxative remedy of known, '' ,;; 'r:..

,g r,_ .? 4', o, pertinents with.oil for roads la California value; A laxative which physician eouU'... . ,r.'

}: r' ww rMIp -and In Oran Africa, and sec, eanctiPn for family Use because I Its ooaa- " .

era! towns of-Atglefs-where Aloe and, 'them'to'be \ ;
known
ponent part are to : , '
mascot oil were used-road builders
\
/ wholesome and,truly beneficial in effect; .ffl r
,.,,, took up the question of employing] .
ht -
with, acceptable to t-ho.lysl.cm! And gentle yet: '
tar either alone or In '' '
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iI'* a
/ mixture pf tar And oil was tried In In supplying that demand with Its : fJ
mortar at the exccllont : : {
Unbalanced, Farms. has.been dug, mix tho 1800 and by 1901 such good effects .
,'" A great d "I'of timber bu'"aen rate of 'one part cement to three were obtained with various tar jnlxi -. ) combination of Syrup of Fig &!Ill.. .''

parts sand. Fill! la the bottom, of the Elixir of Senna thQ California Fig Syrup .
cut to pay off the mortgage on the + < sires. that many miles of roads were) -
w farm or to( secure an emergency fund hole with a l..ootl1la'er. four Inches, surfaced with them. The French Co. proceeds along ethical. lines and relics j;

for A "rainy day;., but In doing this thick. Leave this' till It' has dried engineers pursued the subject with on tho merits of the laxative for 1(4 remark-.: ,{t L.
sufficiently to bold up a nan. Then and they .
many farms havo been ee thrown out Intelligent. perserverance able .
'of balance i of the make a box out of Inch lumber thatIs Ideal roads for travel- success.
V ecau.e lack<<:: of secured some
eight Inches narrower and four t abou That Is one ot many reasons' why
sufficient timber for fuel purposes Ing. 'The tar Is applied hot *
the inches shorter than tile Interior of weather., Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna Is given
and necessary repairs ,of the :210 degrees, and,only In dry ,
'
buildings.-American Cultivator.' .t" s'' After the tar applied, a sprinkling the preference! by the Well-Informed.. ;

n '.- of sand Is made over the surface to .To get Its beneficial effects always buy i '

Care of,Geese-, harden the mixture and to prevent the cel1lalne-manufaet.ured -by'the,0.1i'y
of horses ant vehicles. By;
slipping
"When the fattening season ar- fornia1 Co. only and for sale a
rig Syrtip" ,
rives" says an experienced the'addition of heavy oils, the.tar'Is .

farmer, "keep the geese abut goose away. v;J."J-" -."" aw: +' 'rqAi hardened more quickly.'and the road by all leading! druggists: Price. fifty cento,

from bathitfg-water and feed barley '.I'' ,I f thrown,, open to general traffic.- All per bottle.GA .
i meal 'cornmeal and beef scraps and '1" ',". dust and mud -are eliminated by the '

chopped celery and keep In''a subdued tarring process and the roadbel Itself .

I light for three or four weeks, Is kept from injury by, heavy

f then let .out for a couple of daysto /", The waterproof character of .-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE' ,1 .-

enjoy the use of a pond. Then the tai1 surface keeps the 'water' from MACON. OA.In ._

return to their clean quarters' and entering the roadbed and thus eliminates ...........1 fad bpA testy ';

feed on barley meal and milk And one 'of the most'destructive- riMEST FO&rnOnS "AISEPIWS11reV'

chopped celery for two or three days agencies of 'highways: WRITCIO5CATAL000CPORATA tii

letting them go for twenty-four hours England tar is also' used quite

# before killing, and you will have extensively' for the maintenance of
geese fit for c king." :y: the surface of the roads, and In this !LC AND STATIONARY'

country it is also a well-recognized;

Breaking Cp a Setting lien Sectional View ot Dipping Tank e r $ ,k1 practice. One of the first applica-, [

A'writer, in Rural World says: 'To the Jiole. This box should be usedIn tlona o.t tar to the surface "was made NGINESAND T
The surface lasted
break a hen from setting, take a 'making the three perpendicularsides sTJackson, Tenn.

steel 1 trap, wrap a piece of thin cloth of the tank but the slantingside about seven or eight months. laMontclalr

around each jaw of the trap. sot it should be left open to be built ,. N. J., a mixture of tar BOILERS''

and; place. It in the nest, and when" after the other three walls -have' and screenings was tried .In 1904 on .

you hear the hen squaring!! loose her dried. 'When this box I. set into a steep grade' and for a year practically I...w, Lath. .and ShlneU Mill. :. -Injector*,'
I no wear 'or tear was noticeable Pump. .and Filling. "'oodll.... splitter'
out of the trap and set It agnin in tho hole. It will leave four"lncheson I Dill ('!watching the traffic below)-"Risky things, them there motors." on the road. Since then a number .b r-Pull7, *. BeUIng GMolln Cnflau.UROK .
the nest I sides
never knew butone.hen either side of the and four Sketch..
w J to try the trap the second time. If Inches on the perpendicular end of ,of other roads In that town have STOCK: LOMBARD

you, have'a trap Itrong' to the box and the walls. Fill been similarly treated at a cost of AT .
enough : In the I'ollreAlarm.. found shade and rest and peace. But ,9
hold a hog or a dog It will also trunk mortar In this opening and leave till No one need now be In fear of Wednesday afternoon some bold bad about seventeen the cents cracked per'.quareIootIncluding stone alld fossdjj, l.aI.IaJ and Bohr Web wi Supply Sion,

them from trespassing. So tAr as It has sufficiently dried to remove the thieves and burglars as a Boston men went to repair the cornice of the .AUGUSTA;OA. .
The tarring Itself post
I know I am the originator of this box. Then tbo /floor on the slant man has devised contrivance building, and the cottonwood tree screenings '
whereby
A -
recipe, and it Is tree to all. should be made. 'Start at the bot- from the wall only about five to six cents per' square
the was ruthlessly torn ,
',' police can be Instantly notified foot. In several other ,New Jersey .
[
1- I- tom and put on a layer of cement that Intruders are In the houseYrrr thrown to the ground and assignedto D'ropsv BelleI I
roads
towns and on Long Island are p
When to Plow Sod. four Inches thick .Ilowlng it to the ditch where It was afterwards
being treated with tarred surface -
The' damsge' done by cut worms reach six Inches upward on the In- rescued and given a place In this office. now mud In Bio a* -
dust and
has become.so alarming In come section cline. At the top of, thl. layer six: It Is gnarled and crooked as It bad for eliminating dr.| effect a.permanent runinaotoeod.ra.
for tbe of the road TrlaUrcaloMBtTcn ,
and protection
L *. that the question has arisen Inches wide place piece of two< by not been given a fair chance to ,......Nothlnrnn be fairer r ,
whether the practice of turning over two so that it will extend one inch ahow what it 'could do, but then It Itself. i Writ. Or.H....Cr*."'. tons.
method'of .
The between the 1o..latl.I..Uaftla,OP rCAPUD.INE
difference: '
sod In the spring haanot something above the surface vf the cement. Then did the best it could and Is entitled -
the surface of roads In
to do with It. Some figure-out that put another layer of cement six to much consideration. Jts birth was tarring :
by' allowing their sod ground to Inches wide above this In, the.slant, noticed in these columns and from France and this country Is In the use

stand over they get the full value finishing with another' two by two. year to year It got better attention of sand or screenings. In France they

+ y ,..of the late pasture. Sod ground Continue this 'till"the entire Incline than was given to more Important merely'sprlnkle sand on the tar afterIt '- CURES" "..svavsrHCOLDS ,
has cooled a day or two but in this .
should be turned In the 'fall. Make has been covered. It Unnecessary things but It Is no more In life, and '

'It as late as you .want, but get It to have the two* by two Imbedded in this In rnemorlam brings a lump Into country cracked either mixed stones'with the screenings tar- AND GRIPPE/:;,:?.,!"

i,turned before the ground freezes up. the cement to afford a foothold for our throat that chokes us. Requies- are a..ea.W ... '1f..I.... .1_ Me W4Lt "
or sprinkled upon ,the surface""withthe ; ..... aN ..d ,.. Luka. ( vw >. k
'yK This late plowing will enable one to the animal when It attempts to come cafln pace, you blessed,little cotton- .
them
get the"full worth of the late 'fall out of I the tank, as cement Is very wood.-Kansas City Journal.LEATHKRSTOCKINO ... purpose of incorporating. '
as much as possible with the tar. The HOW IT WORKS '
growth, and the ground Is In just tbecondition slippery.In ; -
to;weather'till spring If some of the Western States French roads are excellent and forma 'Knlcker Opportunity. knocks once

A 'there were no other reason fall where the soil Is' naturally dry and dry; dustless surface* but they do at every door. _

i plowing Is better. as it will help get very hard a great many make dipping not last as long as the, American Booker-And tbe fellow who was'

rid of the cut-worm. 'and other,insects tanks, by simply plastering the roads of equal excellence. Tbe tar out knocks ever after.-New York 1

which' have; been hurting corn Interior walls of dirt with two or i and screenings, when properly mixed Sun. .

during' the' past four or five. years three coats of cement. Such a method ::together form a sort of cushion,- .. : .

Many; complain that their 'soils are of construction will answer the .. which greatly reduces abrasion FIVB MONTHS- 11'1J0811'- 'AI.- :%:,
The of.tar'In territories where .
r use
not as nice to wort as they; .were purpose when none but hogs and .. --:"';; 'c'
sheepare'' to be .dipped but for the there are ample rainfalls 1* far f'upo- .
several (
;years ago. 'That no doubt I Discharged fteriiase Porters (Coald .
due larger animals *there Is danger of rlor to oil, for the'latter then forms
II to the system of plowing ..andcultivation. '
k We'do top much spring the cement being broken7'and the dip and help la wanted at once. This Is an emulsion with the water which Sot -Core., >t..J'

plowing, ,with the result .that., the wasted. It Is much more durable to be accomplished with the aid of does great damage to' vehicles and Let'f P. Brockway 8. Second'An., ...11.: ;\

aeed-bed Is .spongy or soggy all and a great deal cheaper lathe end the alarm tag shown In the Illustration. clothes. It makes tbe surface mushy; Anoka, Minn., says: "After 'lying ::

through ,-the summer. Turn_ under to make four-inch walls as suggested .'Tho' purpose of' the device will arid resprlnkllng Is necessary at Intervals for'flve months In a*'

the sod this, fall, and then disc I next above..' The ,tank, should i be : BO located be Apparent at once. The tag, Inscribed But In dry, hot, arid region. hospital I was. d.....

t spring. ''That's thor place to expect that.-It: can 'be easily; fenced.' as shown Is' placed where It the oil la superior to tar and accom ',.'..-'. charged a. Incuraible .-, .

the' bumper yield of corn.-L.' C. Usually by placing It at.one aide can be conveniently reached when plashes the object of laying the dust ..:.-::1 1 ( and,ilvea-ODlf;, s" -

Brown, in NaUonal Farmer of the )bog pens but one-aide need wanted. The occupant of the house and forming' a smooth compact sur @"4 six months to lite.

''"'"11 *%* fe be fenced, the bog fence serving for on \hearing suspicious noises In tbe I face' better. It Is consequently a .w My heart was arect.j'' '
,;I;. 'J--;"l ,. house Quietly pitches the missile out of climate and topographical .
': ?i jioVtj Acre Lot.. the other' side. questlott ed. I bad ,smotherInvspells --P
_ ; 'i I lien \ l.a statement of facts relative' that a policeman-or other passerbywill ; 1sa use of materials and methods In any 'Yell uncon.

v 4;; to timber. growth and increase Farm' Notes. notice the tag, and help will be y1 part of the country.-SclcntlfltAmerlcanr ; scious. ,,1 got so I"couldn't '

"J. 'In valuaUon.x . Carefully feed so that the digestion Immediately forthcoming.-Washington vse' ray'
For a convenient example I will
take-a tract of 'average, timber land is kept strong and healthy. Star. \ .arms my eyesight
.
of forty; acres, such as are to be seen Do not leave the herd in the pasture France's RoadaHrst In World) c' ? ._' wag Impaired and ,
A Little Tribute to a Tree. '
tbe kidney secretions were badly I dis
than half a day at first.Save the ;
In the Eastern townships and North- more ; Among reasons which make
Many years ago a tiny cottonwood 'ordered. I wag completely woro.oot'and
era Vermont. Toe total averagestumpage the heifer calves from the the highways, of France the beat lathe ,
seed settled Itself between the wood discouraged when began uslnfiDoan's
would perhaps be about best cows"and raise them Intelligently world 'la the requirement that>U.
work'and the brick wall of the build- Kidney'Pilb; but th.y_wright .fi
twelve thousand feot per acre; making for butter cows. preliminary, road-making i I'>operationsshall
ing opposite this office; and as It happened to the cause of the trouble sad
a total of 480,000 feet., For the ;Excelsior makes the best nesting to land In proximity to a leaky AND HIS DOG: be thoroughly performed' saysLeslie's did their work 'well.: 1 bare ;been

last OeW'years'tbe average Increase material. Use cedar excelsior; It spout It grew and expanded and Surmounting the Monument to J. 'Weekly. When embankments feelingwell ever-ilnce.*. c 4 e

a In the price.ot stumpage has been keeps out lice and mites. spread out until It had grown to J>e Fenlmore Cooper at Cooperstown.; are' made., the earthwork Is .' Sold by all dealers.: DO cents a box.
about, forty : built' only a few, Inches at-a' time -
cents thousand up
ry year. The: Increase per by growth pert Is Sheep do not require as much beat- quite a brush writes Bent'..Iurdock. and, In the neighborhood of masonry; Foster-MIlburn!, _Co., Buffalo. N.-T.PROHIBITION. _.,
+ producing teed a. 'otber animals, on Its roots crept Into the interstices of An effort Is being made In Englandto ditch Is .--:-
about four cent. The rammed. Every carefully
a per percentage f.ccount. of their heavy, fleece the brick wall and In. the good old compel the use on'automoblles of .. '
that should be from cut at a angle'rammed.'r.nd.If : ,
n cut such attract; proper
:per year is about;seven. per cent.', or Itf'is the Ill-conditioned sheep in summer time its branches which had automatic'speed controllers to pra- necessary paved with' stones.Dangerous .> Thysiclan-You( : must: not. eat e.
the flock that causes the largest grown big and strong. put out tbe vent a machine from running above a .:,J
,J I about 'lODe'tree'ln fourteen and .by turns,. are protected by; twieri'meals. ? .
t" this means .healthy growth of the amount of trouble In management.With green'leaves! under which the birds maximum rpeed on public roads. stone parapets; at, each cross road Boarder-But that Is the onlychance

balance would be assured If the other a 'breeding flock a certain there are sign posts, always In order I get-Sew Tork':'Bun...-' ,

rules ;'forestry were observed but number'of young sheep must be keptto 1- \ -: A GOOD START. and the Touring Club of France has +
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;' In five or sit: years the cutting; should take the place 61 the old ones. .t. .established indicators to remind the Mrs.Winalow'ssoothingSymptorChfldrea

be less each season I. a., It should not Keep the calves Intended for the '" ' tourist of dangerous curves;, rapid .&e .t.hlng.eottel1ll theiranuvradnoeMnajunnut.' "b.

"r exceed the Increase by growth. This dairy sleek And growing every min :, descents' etc. Every railroad crossing Uon,allays p Dousw1rid: collogaoaDottU +

''data would give the following for ute, but do not let them. get too fat. I t la protected by a gate which DAD TASTE.1Does .
imula '01' 'problem; "' *" have a bas A. watchman la charge day; aJuSnlcht. ..
The dairy cow must good > Barker's wife dressprlatelyr qjj
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At The'market 'l'&h.of this total ; __.---.Jj"", '
strong digestion And a .hearty
apps
;' stnmnage 'would .:-t".l
be
: 480.000. At $7perks tlte If she Is to prove a. profitable-ant* *- "No.' indeed. She wears forty
"360. let< Protection of Road.
or yearly; earnings mat i,
Life.Pfli
horsepower togs In a runabout- .
..on'thla'-Vsewnpage" : >> : would be: .,AD: The subject;before-the"Massachu-
nusj..lne t...... '-of 480.000feet'at It Is-not good; economy to' 'buy setts"Highway Association at Its last

forjy'cents per M, UU"al.oU.ceo: IIchtfmlik palls or pansor cans. Get quarterly meeting was the prot .:c .t ":'' Oortd'in A to U Days.

feet total cuttings at 1 good heavy; tin ones. They.will last rise'01.tizeat Is runntced to "
$7: per M, of macadam roads frpm the excessive our* any ,
?. U".ao.total $417.0.' .-'.This shows much longer and pay In the end. .wear of automobile travel and the suppression e..edltding.Blind, I-tiacor Protruding

*jan stetnalpet yearly earnings on the When'SlxlDg up the stables and '' of-:;dust. ", Experts ,,of largS 171wIsObl4dyeormowyrsfuaded, ..' COo. .

'f'r.ctOf; ,,$427.0, but It we eliminate sheds for the stock arrange; for plentyot experience gave their,ylaw., the consensus < rA

;, ,. t9 'kvOtoe: ."crease'.'of' the' value of the fresh air, but It should come fn' at tits ,: of opinion 'belnr that acme GOOD SIOY.BlobbeSnobb. < :."

.",, 1'f''" stutniage.e.ch'Tea ; of forty; cents the windows and, not, through 4I l very bad smelling pre araUon In has sworn' off

f :. "' otteand''='we have crevices. smoking,. I guess. ,
; .'p9". ; an Absolutely; J.ra' .3 which: coal oil .Is a main Ingredient
+ '" ; ." aafe. .Ulon And earnings of For some early feed next springsow v Is the best-found so far1.- It !. lamentable Dobbs-How do you know' '

';.' r ; :"\1$8 0 on ,the.tract,;or. $5.88 per .some fall rye. or some vetch. that the bad smell should bean *, Blobbs-I saw blm.kI. kln, tlie'dog'r

> :, ,wMft.. .peMrir--Amrlcau'CuIUntor.. .. These ,come 'on very' ; early; the next >s; essentiajelement': of. .urfa e-preaery- this morning.-Cleveland, I>_ader., ..r
:;:. ; io'--.:. ,.. spring and furnish A lot of feed Away ing material, for, Use on our roads.The . -
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Cem -- -;1)lppln. ,Tank rI'"Apsexeell'ent'dipping ahead. of", ther;'creen'stuff., ; park commissioners 'preserved Itch eared In- 30 minute by Woolford'a- J

tank can..be The .d1'&nt&ae,11 cutting ensilageIn our parkways and.loulevards la tbls.ecllo'n Ssoitaty Irotion. ;,)1"981''fai.... ;.u.druggiiU.Ae .
e 't. & made of short is-that It last< summer' at the -cost .of : '_.J'' _. .f
.. . ; cement it can be built as pieces 'paeke better ,III, :... .
.... tbeapor; cheaper than with' boards In the silo. When cut from, one-half, all i enjoyment .for'.those wha: ,lode to*Powers of Vision./ ; .l.

". "and 'much' more durable. We would to ,one Inch lengths It will ,pack over- 'them.- .-Boston/Post., '.- The',beat'eyesight Is ''possessed": by

'>advise all;who 'are ..contemplating quicker, And more solidly'' than; when :
those 'people whose lands
'*AkfeT Any Articles of cement, whetbJT cut. one" and "'one-bait'inches. Cows 10'1, ,Progress la Pennsylvania. are.avast,
whale
'
.. And barren and ob.tacle.teDcIIDg
;
.; It;' I.i tanks'posts, sidewalks or like! the short/rat.length the best. 4 ; Pennsylvania baa now"nnder' "'cdn.siructlon ,.. ,
to shorten Jhe-stcbt ire'r. Kskl-,
:a-Tuda.'el"! to send.tathesecre'itanr ; .J. . 208 wiles of highways
; : :. ,
""' I mos .will detect a whit. toxin .the
:The
'eflagrloalture.Wasbingtonlfor.:: Immortal., '-. : under, rules prescribed by State Highways -
I fmnatr's bulletin. No 2Uc Tbe'4clenkifcworld 14 |n a dispute ,r "c' .. Commissioner Hunter: -.Flft" snow at a"great'dtstanoe.'Tbe" ;'I Arabs
1. thedeserts' of Africa havextreme '
'' :.R :geM*hole?for: the-:,cement,dlpeight ov.r" the ',length"of'days -of th.'.Arl-: ." r.1C---:: : :, teen Bounties of that State.are doingno of
\ of.vision-that. p6 th.
power
t phi" 'IMb..lonpl". and rona.'burro'some'scientists.claiming; .,, 1 .'.4.. 'J road making under State-Aid laws will
wi !eM' : 1 a JnniHor at tbe.tank'is that tbe genuine burro- lives-'forever.: 1 ; OoOd.Roads Magazine: "vast .otlh.de.ert they,. I )pick'.'

b*. lie -smd 'of.the: taajt;-frpmw The'wtltet''' knows: tbnt two burros t.. '.. ,.' out objects. Invisible to'thfl: ojflfnary: .Vj
I . :.. :- atranges of from,;on. .%o .
ye .teaj
Sb |. aoln>ale,'will .jtoke, tI1.IJtIt. that ever:
'.... d ro.,11UjltlDjbewlf' at. twtfwere klU.e-. >>7 lightning..., I I' .. Ftohermaa-i.rAb.t' That's: 'a good ,beginning;: a-.tTic-P: .+I bAve.only 'born Seven hundred subjects; ..].Art* 1 miles. Among,, eldlfaed"p.oplei'tie! "

tl tft'U..IIOJe. ,.' IMferoofcArc***. ,,' 'I\.. is.- : ,. got to CA ffi'a: plaaaaw and, -.I shall.be.all r thK"=From.boa Vlfaat.. at .sea. ,every. year.' sK-i ? raw Norwegians, bare, the- -'best.eyeetglitfes.'.( IJ', " ;
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r and results" achieved-hy'crltlesJl .ta-":' Ir.tAerli"' ; 'taerffloe In.Vata.Despite' .. inn ,. "," c.

Bible...and of the lands .
dents of the .. .
1n-1n,1 e' near "1'dilk.. to beer '. ETTE Id I-
\1' with' which it Intimately associates l j !lherokr.. leoe :of ; ( .

,, . \ ,. Itself the more''am ,I convinced that ly:100 sojiare"> Inches fii;sWn.Vy; :Oso; ,the baka.po.Ior: ' ,
,
I8o would I. replied I ..< ,
," Investigation Is worth whatever it Klqtsenburher. his fo '- U-OW son ,

may..cost: 'and that It Is providential Emit, dl.d. today ot,burns' >received: a of I the bank, ,"bat be'. "out
And I'''am also (convinced that we' "Ah. gone for a rest.: I prcl.
while playing with- a: toy .
toy' year ago ,
ft :would do well go slow about discounting said the,bank Mleposltor,:
Ili1. the opinions concerningtheBeriptur. street car ''with 'a. lighted "canjI.'ln.ldB. ? *
a : nf f NDERSok "No, answered the bank president
after' submitting to
And the facts therein recited .. The father.. :
"he. went to avoid I
l' that.have been held true in days ,the ordeal ot having the large section arrest.Chicago' |
: >Theme. i The Bible, long put. It Is a good thing that we epidermis removed from his limbs ,N.w-.. .A"

: at should remember that the sum bt to be grafted on the Injured child's
Brooklyn.; N, T- -Preaching the human ,wisdom is not resident th. as nrs.8t..VltDa'DaM .NervoasmeeanropentruneaUyomed I-
r. I' Irving $quare Presbyterian Church. and that our forefathers were not flesh, was violently ID and nearly'died ; t Dr. Kline's Great Nerve

4Hamburg avenue and WetrBeld street, fools. This Is an Intensely critical being In, a' serious condition, e.carer.i trial bottle aadtnd .tips tree _, J r1
'.' 'on the, above theme the Rev. Ira and scientific age, It demands proof for months tor.H. B. Kline Ld.,081 Arch St..PhlLv. Pa.

>Wemmell Henderson, pastor took as and evidence that heretofore was not The cue 'aroused much Interest; A KINO WORD.

his text Is.40:8l "The Word of.our deemed necessary or reverent. But and many people offered to contribute, "So you don't share the general Indignation '

.7 II Qod. ,This shall has\ stand been fore.erH.an age of criticism. said: : the more we read and hear the,more but the- father Insisted.oa.'doing Itall \ '*0ward' the.railways } And We Will S nd .Ft a i ti?

we are led to believe that the fathers himself The akin taken from, his "No." answered Farmer Corntos- ' '
of the Scriptures. There has never
In not Informed and scientific That ItIs the Most
an
so t''
'been a time in the history of Christianity age were not so deluded when they limbs covered the child's :right side sell: ,"I have always felt that a locomotive ''

when the Bible was more accepted on faith that for ,which we 'and'right arm,bat the wounds did not was entitled to a great deal External Cure for Rheui

searchingly; examined and the truthfulness demand proof. For we get the proof heal properly.Latayette (Ind.) Dispatch of ,credit for sticking to_the track Instead '

of Its facts as presented more when we ask for it, so it would seem to Cincinnati Enquirer.HA9 ot snorting np'and down the ) Pains, and Aches, ; LargeBOTTLE [ V L'.r i
'questioned than in the through .
days and It is very largely confirmatory country roads Ilk an automobile..
which we have passed and are pass- OF i
of the past. /
lng. The written\truth of the divine' The gates of hell cannot prevail! HELP.Bardlets : Washington" Star.' Stir. ,,, 'i' / r land,
t revelation' has been put to, severe :. "Married me"alrordl me / -
'-;:, against the Bible.; For It la the truthful to cure gh.
"" ,tests. Its foundations have been an. record of the largest longings the no inspiration for'song. How do you Oaly ODe "Bromo Qnjnlne*

',,' 0 alysed. Its superstructure has been wickedest sins, the most delightful find 14 Does it give you' any. Impetus ' That Is Laxative Drom Quinine. Look IINARDSKING
f- sounded. Its conclusions have' been religious\ exaltations, of Individualsand fortfceetgnataraof B. W.Grove. Vied the M ..r
It .
In ;your. work? to Our. bid la On Day. Uo. ; oavls** aI
.negatived and its very; fabric bateeemlnaly Its human 'interest Is I World over a any
people. Rhymelt: "I should say so. My, thai r...-
; been destroyed. Some oft It meets \lives at e.Ei1MNTJ ti_ A .Will
superb. our every wash OF FR"E' mUmmpq
usakN .g week doing
feared a
us have that Its permsnencehas point It"'has comfort for the sorrowIng :- wife Faddists.Men ta'Pr9* bWbMltknd
been threatened Its influence cur !ng"Chicago i'lews.Brava Call. Men Food oo auw* eUJm
for the afflicted inspiration
'" peace Inclined to far i vr* win ,-
who
women are
.er tailed. Its contents In some measure for the heavy-hearted enthusiasm for say Nud rN.a'tan* fertal
e + expunged. Criticism has been stren- spend their leisure hours discussing box .r-h:= m. 'I .
the admonition for the
discouraged Crrr
] or OHIO or TOLEDO I .. tstlmosW.
Tend
wisp and fnuln .
+ ? Stout in its handling ot the Bible. wicked salvation for the penitent. l.vae Oouirrr.. f clothes and scandal are now being "got four Siam And addieM on poeUl vard. s
; Far more strenuous than some of us The. farmer feels its vitality the "*Lira .I.(.;Ja&JU makes oath tb.be. Ismuor back: at? by ,an Englishwoman. Mrs.

# toretrenooui shepherd acknowledges: its appeal; partner ot the arm ol V.J.CuenET J. D Hay' Shaw SVys tbat to the average Confident that It will do 'for ,you' =
the rich man learns ate lessons, the i, Co.. doing buaia_ la the Uty ol :'loUdoOoumy : towhatformof what it has done for others, and that t PAXTINE..:
the question as .
and b tat..fore c.d .iHt oa'.Mid! man .
,
.
thought Justifiable necessary or wise. to it is to it does the'writer
poor man thanks God for Its democ I ire praise as .
t Under firm will pay tbeenm of 01'1&' HUHDHCD DOG nourishment will best meet the approval at.
the combined Influence of a racy. It Is the book of the people LAW for each and veer sew of OAT ABB a. of the following< new science a larger,view ot history- for It Js redolent with the life of the that cannot bs curd. by Lb. UM ol HALL'S of his digestive apparatus is "With muscular rheumatism I suffered eaUurh bad lartawmcttoo caused iYI. pt

more comprehensive geography the people. And wherever there Is a soul OATSecalhrss. .. ii HAMS J.CII&.i.T. a source of never-falling interest and to the extent that even to control aq Ye w.. by.41.,...&iccess Utrasa.tment._
tests of the v.alldItT'and.alue of the In torment wherever there is a man bworn:: to bcioro m. and wibwrib! in my anxiety and ass toplo of conversationIt the pen bold ta my right ,band was sure power Over then trouble U *xtra
Scriptures have been changed and the who mourns wherever there is a presence Uus OLla day of Ifeceinbct, A. 1>* never falls to enthrall his attention. Impossible) at tlynea. On one such day ordinary and dives. Immediate *UeC.
content of the Word 'of God has been IBM. .. A. W., ULBASOfl.tSBAL. I Brat used Mmard's' Liniment. No Thooauid. of .... *
with broken wherever errynday tIhd
woman a heart ) Motary iubfitt. There are few m.D.bo'liave not pet onmnulUig It .. MtfrunlirtiorbTittitl.
differently; considered ,than custom there Is a mind In gloom'or a body !tall'a Catarrh Cure Utak.ninl..rnally.aad of food In Indorsement could come front worse K_mcmb rbow.Yr,
arll;,. It has shocked many a soul tbat l .racked with pain, there will act directly on the blood and mdeoos sun theories on the subject sufferer' or' more grateful Man than IT
this process. It baa brought many. ; a the Bible. 'be and be enjoyed. Fojr It taw.ot th. aratcm.. bend for tMUmonula' ,. general"and their own food In, par mine. Q. W. LVVvs, Cambridge, Mass." TJIJS iii. rAX1t'OJC 004 i.at.., Mass.Atl .,

s 1' layman and many a minister to' the radiates good cheer, It speaks to us tn*. If J.UIISKET ft Co.. loUdo u.. ticular.-Mrs. Shaw says.' It Is among Send a postal to Minard's Liniment Co., .

s. tide of the ocean ot 'doubt and distrust honestly of the deepest things ot life bold by..11 Lrus eta. 7Se. his own serf that the food faddist finds Bo. Framingham, ... I
'r and ot spiritual uncertainty. Take Hairs Family Pills. for eonatlpaUon.. : ( -'08)
it warns us of the consequences of his most enthusiastic disciples.-New
.
(''
But It has been done. 't hether.we evil and the satisfactions of right
,, have) liked i or no the light has be: York!; Press.
It( eousness. The Bible :s u Intelligibleto Jewel for Child Heroine.
YOU I BEEN i TO I JAMESTOWHofallkiad I
L turned on. It has incidentally been youth as to old age. It has a message Ethel --Johnson a child heroine of HAVE.

turned -on much that was the foolishness for all.. It charm boy with received .,
can a Columbia. has ;a .j'r
of immature .scholarship masquerading Its heroes as a man with ita profound the disaster U......_.....1.1........ .seaatt.w.......lists\ '
: under the'guise ot wisdom. magnificent butterfly ot gold and diamonds c._lIlble. cn- .,. .....
philosophy. It can animate a girl as .Nosbesiuewmb. .. ai ao44 I
.. eM
The criticism of the Scriptures has It can inspire and Intensify a womau'.1 ,from an unknown admirer :i V.-we....Idq......J'laat__..................._.
created a widespread distrust of the love for God. And it It was taken to the home .of.It: R- ARM ..... ..l...... ..eM_eAr. Sli......iiMpriyll '
whole Book of God It has upset where the little girl Is stopping ._ mart i1o w .-..W. 1X0)..!.M_I/KXH MM I-
things. I Dingle
,
theology. It has removed many of store I ......so.ooo.... _at.a... _. 1"toOOl..ICIO. ....wL.aee.y.
And because It does It will never on Saturday, by: a Jewelry. . .0--"' _---t..,..
. .w1
.
); the"old foundations for our belief .auw..1r "
!grow stale or profitless or valueless.It employee.. There was no note of explanation alit -..,... wwMar.I'r'r. a+. ,
In' the Inspiration of the Wdrd and . ;.. "i ,
will stand. "The Word ot our ,, .Y.y
'41 of the of ever no signature telling who ...... MNW.awa.wL.W. co..e-f: .
<< ". : divinity Jesus Christ. Sadly God shall.stand forever." It is eternal : *
:-1:, (. in many.quarters It bas undermined It Is not the creature of time.It was the sender'of so magnificent a I

.. faith. But that has been rather because la the child ot eternity.. gift, merely the words "From.,a Port
, I. men have lacked the power to And it would stand forever if for ;land admirer. w a. LARGEST PLANT & TRUCK GROWERS DN I EARTH

differentiate and because they have no other reason than that it unfolds Little Ethel Johnson saved two sea .- sire--
mistaken facts for human statement the earthly history of the Incarnate lives In the* Columbia disaster. She :--.1'1' tWsae_

. and Interpretation of the same, than God. So long as the Bible speaks of rescued her child companion. Effle The Ferguson, Collegesi tout l *,
becausethe Scriptures have been Christ will live.. For He Is its In. :: ,
I" : scientifically studied and the light of spiration. The revelation of Him Is Gordon and held her above' water un- . A f.
,
the' spirit honestly and helpfully 111 taken aboard a lifeboat. ..llh mmler typewriter and II..n>IM' dMk tot Mh ,',]}. "IRGUaON: HOMT."' '
,turned its mission. And so long as men shall >oei>*re..1...**.. o' .n o.N.old .,.t.... and 11 aalw iMwaed BU.hllK327 4
on.Actually sin and need salvation.' as While straggling with her companion OOO POSITION. had w *. .*... -.
there has been little cause souls shall turn to God 'In soChrist for a ,man' who could scarcely swim IdsrawM of'CVCMY: _: ..AMAoUlATas..a.l o< assn&. oar ... will ...d y es. nlersMe k. '

for la no alarm.guarantee Because that we It test-Is thp contam-water aid, so long will men love the Scrip was' also, saved by her. 'He seised 3 A'ledicIe' ,Address THE FEROUSON COLLEGES,, }

ture and magnify its fotce. hold upon her and was also held 'COLV.: ..,,. OA. e. 'WATCSUISS: OA. Q,
mated.Because acid to our "
we put 'Con
i Shallow thinkers may enlarge the Conitlpctlon. Dion-hot. CoamUUme,
.
silver is no surety that It Is only difficulties that Inhere within the above the water by her childish efforts Colic. Sour stomach, eta It Dtmtmum Worm...

plated' Because we take the Invitation Scripture. Bad men may quote It Perhaps 'this man sent the Allen lion. ItMakeeTBcmiHOBiir Pmrlhnp. sod Cold..1'romoWCbe.r'It Aids Dlir- psaBNTAI THAT WILL MAX d 8s3aclTfn

of the Almighty and try Him for their evil end's Foolish men may present Portland correspondenceSeattle lulnew Bud Produce Haturtl Sleep. .
and His Word. Is no re lOn.,why we '
twist meanings and of Times.Tay .
assure us .
should fear'that either or both are Its fallibility. But the Bible will : i
& /
frauds.< Because we study the Word : Avery CompanySUCCESSORS
carefully. Invites no presumption that stands >It"will stand forever. And lot**Cherokee Remedy or Sweet 'rti
and
when we are gone the countless Mutton .
< ism and Is Nature's great remedy '
It 'will not be able fully to meet all : TO
generations that shall follow,use have -enre* Coughs, Cold, ,Creep and OonsompUon. .
kc our questions and.. successfully come and gone the long way-In our and all throat and long trouble. AVERY & MCMILLAN i t
'ft, elucidate all our perplexities and toT steps the Bible will be here. For it Is At draggle Uo., tea sad .l.OO par bottle. ti
.-, 81.BS South Vorsyth Bt..Atlanta., Qm. E:.r>imrwtf. Owrlvtoa ..a'a' rat Earn
: + .Justify .taelt..\ The'i Bible' is. not the Word -of the Lord.. Let vsi never -ALL KINDS OF-' WaMUU Ty.. Web eY' Bn__ wuatos lbldi pa-..
.
; .' iJ"" _1.book ScanT for preserved dummies.Word'ltttthe of a living median-God forget IU! And. It' shall' endlessly.per- The ."lid" hat. will not be greatly .I am located en one of the Sea Islands of Sooth Carolina our climate t Is mild t

'1, who through the long ages has spoken dure. <._ different from the lid ot other seasons MACHINERYReliable just sufficient cold to harden and cause plants to stand severe free after
I I ...._ t.rfskcfo, k- INN!
b esetba
.tune Nt tie ecold r-, rr _
.'...n- to living men and who yet speaks. It A UN by Solt-Sacriflee. -4: ': plain- flat rain-shield\ : like a buckwheat ,...rr lava gl1' Pnc.t' 1.000 a... ,I.JOI a.-.1.IIt. iyW.N.ea r il,0a,
r'--" Is for men of Intelligence who are Enough has been said ot the fall cake with little. pretense of ...- a nes a.....- -ran ant"m .

, alive. And it invites the inquiry of by self-will to show us that man must 'ornamentation, and stuck on at any 2''.. 'w'. i'O'W'Xj. Ptaear ...... Or.war Midtaeil
Ii i s, live and Intelligent men rise by self-sacrifice. To grow this angle whatever'I. ..peal........L L MMthI". ...... ..c. hIi iktum rba.lbrnrl......l:L

,.' There is and has been nncause' passion within him were all the sacrifices ----...-- .,
'r. .. for alarm. For theology and .religionare to which God led him in his Embroidery: of all descriptions will -

not the same thing. A very re- weary history. More and more near- pray an Important. part In coming.
**
A llgtous man may have a very atrocious ly did God reveal Himself unto man, modes. ,_*a .' till sWintErsmitttsfc
see.; /'r:+. theology. And while it is always until In, the self-sacrifice of Calvary Even the stout figure can wear the

o" beat 0 to express our religious knowledge the heart of man was taken and God's Empire, hence Ita general popularity. ",

and experiences In the best theological celf-aaerifce ,began the' life of self- Exquisite scarfs are in mousselinL .7 .
K formulae that we may be.able sacrifice In humanity; "The glory of with i1ILJi TONIC i\
other delicate fabrics, edged a
to devise It is always possible humanity God and of the Lamb. Is. ,light thereof. or J : \\l-lfi"
: being what it le. that we may .", border:of' marabout feathers. 'They: Cures Sladard far (ft Tarsi !less.* *. red eMts ,
has been match the evening gown Chills "k* pu.iwl' 01.esaM I* tak./ ehlMrM IlleU, "
t not be'able to express in words the ; Enough said of the city- _4.N alb t. arkt p.a..t. car.. - ?
,exact consciousness of our mlnda and Its divine socialism-to show that to ;'A toque'of purple velvet' with wide Reliable Friek CnglneaT' Boilers, all k? Sweatb.d.sd.F..dadDi.rAclsUe, -

'souls. A man's theology will change read It each man must begin to'live spreading wings of, the same shade ... Wheat Separate Malarial Fever so. e *t ..f (*>sti is pat prnN Lc.ow

; l jtt: he be a lieu and Intelligent man for,others? that his whole life must baa a ,band of handworked embroid- ao .mi si "I f>O< rlftS VT '*!* ce.ewi a h.lai.l.. n..Ky rASTMUS l X

l with the maturing and magnifying; be ajlfe of, meekness and'burden- ery'in -shades of orange' aDd green :f
ot.his religious Cif.Tlences.! : "And if bearing. ?'. God through the ages re-, brim.. -- -r
.cur,theology Is luvffeetlve to relate vealed Himself as the bearer ot man'sburdens -round the ,
ouriptrltual and moral experiences and by this revelation lifted'' A shooting ault'II of green and red eUCOKttSION

it our creeds do not correctly revea"our men slowly to a life of mutual helpfulness homespun the coat of which ,1>as a ClirliitiiUrp I Eirtjlirnjl; )

+: + thoughts, there la no reason 'In ,. until at ,last In;the sln-: threeexpanding.: pleats on each side, ; Tm'' Tbi''"'

.t. the'world' whT we should not do aa bea:'er He,;disclosed Himself as the and along basque 'Cited Into a waist WIfEflEID rips
before ushave done and victim of Calvary The future social .' EAR"Tf
4 ,our fathers ; band. BEST IMPROVED SAW HILL ON zw grlwl= N.dr
,change our creeds, our formulated organisation after that, could have Tailored collars are-often embroidered s..o.4 Cable.. /
/theologies./ Creeds are necertary asif.n no otber light but.that ot, the glory: decorated with velvet Large Engines and Boilers supplied / atelteea. i I HQpsVPW (mn., 00VI .
braU
wi expressionot a rllptcm'1"ww! onfness. ; of Oort in.the slain Lamb. In or, promptly.. ShingleMlll.' Corn Mills, '

+, 0, .' -It -weTe folIjr'to scoff .them. *r"Sr7.rrK! v"* been .said of holiness ,hems. Circular 8awaSaw TethPatent Dogs, CABBAGE :PLANT5TT.T '

q But they should be'plastic..' They in man-of u---salrilnooTfiWtdGw'\uSr'> t ............ .. .. Steam Governors. Full line Engine A

should grow with our growth and ex the '"'1""dltft.m TWENTY-FIVE YEARS Mill Si"":' t,..J?!,a4 fRf free ..... 4
?.. city of God will be Inhabited .. Catalogue.'. :l1 'jwMl axx ?nT7o. / ondwftfc a.yi+ of tk.w s\JT\ **
.m-ipand-with Zl
-
ourexpansion.And I
C. so It Investigation of the it have,Is met the Holy with foes City--and by:vanquished those wb<3? SUFFttk- -.,;,;; -" _;r..i: :..... f., ,___v.-... JU T

S Scripture.has r el aid the ground for them,' by those who have known, the; With Kcxemal>Hirer Limb Peeled and row: '

our'belief in the inspiration of the cross before they; saw the crown. Foot Was RawThought Am.0n.ta.Uon .. : I 1ooo.kSLlap.r tboaa.dlieeato5.001 ,, nrtntilb Y
.-. ;Word of God we should not,,be, fear look into ,Jobn'. vision and hear thee Necessary-Believes Her : iJtFoEtt'NitE5 Yegg.tf, e. C. An orders, rompuy Iliad cli/ 10,000 orn,, tewa 1 C
5; ful.. ,For iY Pete.. a 10,000 and iatfat
; : It has made. the foundation unuttered. philosophy, ot spiritual y I4fe Saved by Catlewa."I or 100,001, ( prom actin'.assn rh 1.4 qpt /. e

' ?,,but more Intelligible and truthful to power,' as the.redeemed come'home,'. hav be Address CoX .r the,
a lor-n
trest.d.by doctors Et. L
r, Vthe.minds of men of to-day. It has First the new heavens then the.new! twenty-fir yean for a bad eat of "Y. r w woes. slw. ...... aaaM Ethel

destroyed the fact of Inspiration earth.Vision, then. action.. '.Men; : my lg .They' did their cscman divan, aeu4 .srh ta.ie ..psyrir _: :
It has simply changed our major are like colonists who have advised egk '-M art.r'n.wereserh w car.
now and failed to cure it. ,My doctor had I 451' -
l'a of belief therein. The :.then "granted, unto them. ;
isms Inspired as it ever was.. No then how a vision of m. feThav my leg cut off." At this turns : -
thlngs'onght to be In the land I lc : Parsons'PiIIs-'
i ray waa reeled from the knee, foot '
I logical statement,however learned or ideal in the land ,.
of which they hear waa like a piece of raw limb, and I bai to h :,
carefully worded can alter the
,' ;It, the examination of the Scripture fact.a thereto from beyond.the reality' Q7-' and by they ged walk on crutches I bought a set of CuU- ... si apt U dJI-u-,........ udmiU$150,00 -. ,, -
comes out ot then Burs Remediee. After the first two treat-, ties ., load. aaa4 UH '
a.tty
has restated the for .u.g C '
grounds our be- to..meet the'reality which ever hath! menu MULE b 1
llef in the divinity of Christ the swelling went down, and in two aMIIoI.wttl"at 41.t.. .r r gwryTrbq ,
I it has been there. Bo by His spirit we pod! months W. Iw...... ..
..been simply to intensify our Intellec- my leg was cured and the new akin ... .u dreggleK, B ORALaCfeoleW
f Into our hearts the Idea of the broth! .' '
\ rItual 1 acceptance of the cam'on -Th doctor was eurpriHd''and 't i. JMuW A p. ..-. PSI L' TCAM
.. fact of HIIflII'r. erhood of.man; under God. in Christ! said. that.he would use Cuticnra,f '' hisown. .. . ,' '
ldlvineness. For lie who or : .
was the fullnees' Jesus. -
'f, -Dr. F. A: Gunsaulus. ,, .', '
patient I bar
of and / now been cued ever t.; ;
grace truth depends .nottU' .
FOR"THE
,
.'p/r.Making even years, and hot for the Cutlcura Renv1' TOILET .
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,on any theological formula for demonstration ltlch"Ehe : il" ,a < k
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'' or justification. For He Chnrch Times gives an in Rend edi. I ini 277 Matans have lost fit.my Montreal W, *. Mr, *.'J. B. () : ;BUYSThe Not only motions the.vrater. but cleaaa the skin ti. r #." ;
t s' %:was .divine ere men began to prove teresting little account of Que.; .
a '
d
poor girl Feb." :lID llO7.- removes. 'prevents the odor of :1
e t Him so.We blind and deaf, an Inmate of I persplrefoiel'lataohes'i ;
a North ompi.t. '"
Saw
ought to be thankful that thr Devon workhouse, who "lives ,a.JITd most Ill lrrltatlon'tud'rendera'.thesid11, fresh; :"aoEf'and velvet .
;test, has come: For out of the, flre of .prayer in her darkness ,and soli ONE METHOD."I : hilt la the aootksra Statsa.QalnesvIIle .. Soap Jogs tbs J'CIIW-B9aQ )'

:has emerged a stronger faith in th e tude,." To.this afflicted one the tn- can take one drink and ..toP.Um ."' V LN.s, J00J8e,pk anal a remora the soap and f.Sben.the; 1a.' i
tl..or.a
'!Inspired Word of God. a clearer cc o IU.tI't'e'of' the 'organization, of the ." Jron' Works., snnki.a aid P.lw ow.... 1OIa.,' "?tw.'- ,

< \.prehension' > of'!the'reasons for r Missionary Candidates' Fund of the "In tact, I Invariably Jo." .; aalnesvilla.. sea.INTELLiIIDNT. 1 ... ,...J.". PACIFIC COAST aORAX.tco..N"kVor.CABBAGE.Pl.ANTS : "' 4, 4W

.1 .faith., And It were worth whit 3. P. O. may, be traced. That .fund "' "Don't you ever.buyilnreturn' rW<hlnct.oll .... r
go through flrejtnd through' flsecnre now' hai.reached the :sum of ,over .. ; .IIII 'a0it1Ord rfor
that." .-- 3000 Herald ""Let ud* ... ,
'. subscribed in a comparatively > Private Olrelinl. if r
Criticism "'has 'eliminated ma short time the first Jtem being the 'you r bava'duite understood-llaf''IIf r OABIIAGII M. ,

.perplexity. 'It. has Clarified;( muc .._ three shillings saved by" the blind DODGES _'' the-/our; points .the'eompua. K etuoaW>rret

",.tileobaourltT' ot the Scripture" ri J girl. The-writer of the notice'says: :Tommy-P*.;, what 'Is A* hfKehondrlaeT I thsr .east ...ta f A at of ; at SUBwsbSPinnoaurIBOM.'w.ha". LIIe ?
""*. ords. It ha brought the testlmof "She was in, little bare ward In .. "' yon 1 o 0 LIt .ANLTUET KUIW r" "
:of the four ends of' the earth to th* the workhouse when I saw her, look. ... left Ua. orth. at four fight the soul STOW W4U,1&r..o. abeai Ma'3ai .lit, yr
: P--Johnayhow.often; have X toldyou what 'hb1D4 ..* t vsrl.ttyw.ka''t'..--ao.,
substantiation of the accuracy larlry your aY.dlamSarlrd I
Ing
very sad because her Braille Caw rt4ta
1 rial
. o ':essential part of God' moa of. the Mission Field had, been torn.copy not to use bad,'wor4.-801II. .TMy knapsack captain."-Trans-'. +a 0001.Dales 0.000.. ,p,... .. tollew.r 1.0001o apo: e ;

..,i HolT Word.. It hasjrlren us a target e 1 ,. ". She asked me'to pray-for, .'vlQe Journal,' .. .. ,fix:! 'laU.\frony.Il. Uotto.aer, IUdre.. an .11 .r...el.28. ..ear1.10.000. u4 1Iwarda ii:n-0 ' ,
wlter ,
a nowledge. It has U sureilnowledge. her ; ,. ., * ,. .. .. .. bad Will stud .. u
given a ,:and then told us not only to prar i ce .t i \t f ,; tc '" >< _, UI.\.r7.\ TU. OAICR.CAK..rOC''U.. :....
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; Except ,for thOH'wbo ror,m1aalon.-1Jut also for,the parish;'
,. ere.nearest to the events. that are or;;,6unday- ohool8 and Bod. / f' .

fit,; I 1\. ronlcled. in Scripture there has been "..ope. etc.: 'and one"' felt rebuked;as
none.more accurately Informed so thought her life of "alra

facts. we have.light-concerning th thinking and Intercedlnlforq

r, ot Scripture tbanwe.tOod In her-darkneas silence*

., a; The-.more |,. read'of the.resea Chj-lstlan.. '. -
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: Christ' . .{
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o d, old atom >f '
0 -tol3od and good-will : ROUTl. 'aF'THE'QELBBRATED: ::' : '- ,
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t Fill all the land with .,
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o'e sweet, and let Heaven EVERYTHING, sir cw York and Florida' Special" ,* !&*:*

uome'neaPeror to earth on thu food( r \ ; O1 .
\ -H-r".f"'mustifvery Christmas time 'IS there a heart not GOOD TO EAT -N "
in unison with music, At this .mss u
espied your %
r-. States has hapoy Christmas timer The a..aratrUtter t ..; u ...;,. ..;(.,... - h1' "Chicago !md' "lorlda Limited". '

\ tiled by the, lack\ of and the eartVls i glorified' and .

.'9 on- the start ,off -of the the lights throw lone, bright rays"on BREAD CAKES. PIES Solid 'v estibule.' Trains, Steam Heated ands. $ctrio Lighted <
;
; pables.. The giving In the pat1 h/aod the mother's faceis \ .
: snowy
: . -
? : ?1 Dining Cars, / -. . .. a
7:1; ,many instance. of a fare or1 1 and } pressed to the. window, pane to catcH .r ,x .
'
,! fothe< round trip to...the Jamestown the fin'' fflmpse of her loved,' long: Don'tfail'to'ca1l and get some Y

_ ." .':JC Ollt.lon and other, similar enter- tbllt'DtlOnetll' Joy to the. .jnother, they Fresh Candy and Nuts: We have '-ALSO--'
,1 t>fise: was the death knell of their are beret and the aged heart Is full them. ( .

a v m, hopes,while U.,is true, that Ifc 'fare of 'sweet peace. Surely Reared is sow{ "FLORIDA AND WEST.IND1A, [ LIMITED" TO THE ,:.

a U reduced rate U 1 tl pot a- SufJHlenredaction nearer to earth.for thee. "Christmaseve" tine assortment of all kinds of '\ -4-.A N t>- ... ''' !'1;''
9 to entice peopleInto visit. the wondrous Santa pisus comes ..E T'
: ;
Fancy Cakes and Crackers. '"NEW AND"FLORIDA + ASS
'in
the thoughtfulness and the willing' visions 'of dolls, games; books, 1 -\ .

'nuhfe.00 the part of the Genera) candles, and all sorts i>l goodies; Pant and Paper, Order your FUiCCake now. Only ToH&, . "DIXI' FLYER'
sr PasKnger agents of the Florida rail drums, trumpets with all sorts of 26c per pound. and"MONTGOMERY .

'4 ; ware in granting low excursion r.tellof squeaks and discordant blasts/ ; And Improve .ftd protect your house. WEST : "
ti one first clan. t/&re. plus U cent the wonderful Christinastrl with its. I will be pleased to bring my 1907 We have Heinz' Bulk Pickles ROUTE"TO

.; foriberoundtrip'wlthallmltbflwbr. brilliant lights, Kaycolors, and ample books to your house and Sweet and Sour.. '. t r

days In addition to the date ofe mysterious packages/ .omeL of which, make any suggestions/ in the. latest Pullman 0uf f el\ Sleeping Cars to New York Chicago, Si L6uf ,-

safe, tuskingvirtually a' three,, day mar contain the long-wtsheddor skatesor decorations that you may desire. Butter, 'and Cheese: We have Atlanta, and Intermediate Points. .' .
rate all tbe time that any one oould Huge jaek-knlves..It is all enchantment Drop me a caciand! I will cheer- the best on the market. .. "
t uk fur cannot be too highly corn ; all( the color of the rose,. fully furnish estimates on y4
.A .is the the rainbow that. their. i paper ,. PULLMAN DINING QAA-e..VIO..
spans young
mended and appreciated and, painting .,7 ; ; "i .J : j Headquartere'fot all kinds of . ,
:>
beet. movement. made toward the. sue- lives. Not-all tbe agony in the -
'ess of CTfce1 Florida Mid-winter Exposition"of manger-all ttite wonder of the story of Fancy Fruits.! For tickets. .reservations or Information call on nearest :Atlantic Coast-

anything vet ..attempted.It the Star:of.. Bethlehem, of" the toltc'*. qEO E A.OULANDO. BARE? Line Agent -or .
i..a 1 lower rate than has boeugtanied log and guiding of the wise men to the .. '
to the State, ot, .Florid} In owjy cradle of the. coming- King. ; n tall GIVE US.A.CALL, J. \Vi I: CAUU.. T. P..A.' TAMPA, FLA. J, O. KIHKr.AND, D. I*. A *

,the. pact ten years; I It. U a lower rate the sad beauty of tbe ,old, old FLORIDA.CITY' .. T. C'WRITE.,0.-PA; -WILMINGTON.:\ N. O, WyJ. CHAfO, P. T. M.
than has been ranted' to circuses' story can fully a.tlary"tbl!' juvenile

"t-no matter of what magnitude the heart" like these. But are wo not. all ., ,
4 have visited Jacksonville.ThecHitens children of a larger, growth? In spite - (

t of any county In the of the solemnity of 'the. occasion, In ': PAINTINp !I BARGAINS AT i,1'

g State can now come w the metropolis spite' of Its. deep and tender meaning, BARBER CASHSTORED{

ll during tile M Id-W inter Exposition ont the !gifts and merrymaking are all SHOP; ....
tt-drn ten to twenty occasions, do tlielrhopping dear to us, children lu heart as" we

fti ., ... very small and expense.visit the These Exposition log, excursion at- are.,-Eg: "'". .' Now Open for Business ... Calico,5c per yd. Pictures.to35c. and Picture. 'Frames, ,25c. .

rates. will result In bringingto Trf P' tricfc' Stand. White Lawn, 40 I In, wide 15c per.yd. .
For Hale, Old' : -"
k tbe, Expolltlbo'.nd Jacksonvillethousands Lace, 51 In.: wide,, worth 20c,, "ellg Spool Thread at,4c.
: would have ._
of peorle''bO: A hurse aod wagon. Apply to Mr.. NEW CHAIR 15o. -
r4 otherwise Those' who Drought. Ladles' Union Bulls at l.OO.

'rememberthe.. great: crowds .whoflUted.tbe __ _.1_ __ __ H __ .H __ _. NEW RAZORS Casslmere Pants';, worth" $2.50, Hell "' '.
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r.1* Sub-Tropicsl Ezposlttonin' : atsi.73. Good Door Lock with t.wo'ke71. 20o/

Jacksonville ,can appreciate'' tbe NEW EVERYTHING.Satisfaction If'you arc thinking of | :
pan willingness", } ot, the people to travel The Perfect Pip Strip. Pants worth St.SO,. sell at Nice Suits Clothes 1 worth f 14; al $10 1. :' "

when "the proper' inducements Way 1.00.. : V Doe-gallon Coffee Pots at 15o. :;

offered them to do so.a . ... Guaranteed.. having your IIOUHO paiiitcd Jeans Pants, worth l.5.., sell. at go q.
,' We publish herewith, the'date. of 11.26. New Dress; Goods from 15 to 25o. '
c ..' OrvsNOfPAV. /
4' 'tbe'variouell, excursions, and they : -
seem tot*' ample' for .the xxxjaslon.We Score of Florloa Citizen* Have
have no doubt? boweyer'should: Learned It. and want a first-class Job You will find in Shoes.
Bargains
; the Exposition warranter! ," that. still Public Road Notice. : .
t more excursions will be given, by the ,1 If you suffer fruiu backache Notion bmby-flvm that It U \ I.

railway One first-class companies.. fareplus 26.,_iebts.p: There U only one WBJ to cure It... of th. Board. of County Oommta thsjIntention Wt OMeola at a reasonable price don'tfall .. Every' Day In the. Week. .' A\\

r The perfect war U to cure the kidneys Count,. Florida, at th.pat regular meatl... of .. L
if' for the round trip tickets with a limit -
; Mid B..rd.-a... held on Monday. Uw nth d.v of .
of two In,, addition. to date of to
day J.nuary.191e( to taUUh the follDwInff! see inc. t'' .'
;} &sale/ to .be sold from points' south' of A bad bae t hieans sick kidneys.N toed u a publloell propoml

.*i.3J..jtI ,In drawn, from Archer, through Kltit: it, urinary troubles follow, .... ...at a print fit)rard.>outh 6 devraMMt t ,''
line Roob.llo' Uawthorre and l R. L. HARRIS, M. D. "
i ,,0 i of UM heir mil atak th._ -- ,J,8. MC IWA$ ,
[ w on'Januard'15th' and 29tb'; r Dean's< Kidney Pills are wade for on wuth unction of' -'. .
Ile of Patton 12 .
kriroeys only. In Tp. (7 South of Kan> 1D.at.
'
.Febniarv 12th. and 26th, March llthand25th '" '
.and running thence north a ?JOrank
.. degrees west HARRIS' SANITORIUM.
Sf B.
\ ; and 1st. Tickets' on IAmoD8.olll..II.ker, /living
i; the at 1311 Fla. I to the north UIM of Swttkm 13. tfcono. northdwnw THEO. G. HOFFMAN
.and jporth of above described Ashley street, Tampa, i
S ._
west ItAO..ani.. u. 12
north degrees
t'l used Doan's '
to behold January 16th and ,30th; says: Kidney Pills ORLANDO
6 FLA
i west oa and --"th' mil to Turk.Bar.. ,
.Febru r.13t.h. and 27th- Marcb 12th and they cured, me of backache: and r -- .-,- - -
'I t'--u. tt d_west to nnrthiait
disorder of the oornrBK
and 29th and April t ib. kidneys. Two or
The Florida Midwinter'' ExoosltlonIs three times on'account of the pain In !'of NWXo< 8. _tion Sftjp. 9DS_.R. SO EH U H. COHOQK.: R. J. OILLMAH. A Private Institution built and equipped with all modem
the north 40 degrees
no* taM fourth
Is to be held In Jacksonville for a my back I was < unable to go to work' conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of
.+ a for several days.' The secretions of \Ie thence north M degrees tts.t to thtprncnt --=-THE- '
period of almost three months withalmost the sick. "
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I mad at northwest of NW of SK > ,
In corns. J( )" of a
Hie kidney bad
j 'ever) ''attraction. Lei ouSpeople were a very con. '
:
dark Beetles b theno. north thraurh'Swtlona Ih t Terms Reasonable Write-for Particulars. .
turo out and patronize itv <$ dillon In color and If allowed to
..d 4 to tile rttrht; *} the St. Cloud Sugar ORLANDO PHARMACY .
0 .,_ .. _. ... _. stand would become of the consistency. wry ._" ,
,, of Jelly. I tried various remedies, Brit& Bated I..sld 8ect1Dn Tp a 8.R.IIO L: . ;
r, Wily taking what seemed like gallons of .uI road to MAO' feet .......tar et a ..eh ..id.of .

J..* .. should'your baby' suffer. When he medicine and I also put on..plasters. Mid d-ntoed route.WltMM %We carry a full line of. Drugs, Med '"

: it la fretful and restless, doftt ex pertinent but nothing: helped meat al until. IRot ray .hand u _..ofIIqIo Clerk of old icioes.;.Cigars. Tobaccos, Fine Soaps, :
blm and old Doan'a Pills Board attd'th ffiolal. Sealof.ul Bo.rd.t Kt: *.
on use-any tbtnff'your Kidney upon the advice Perfumes and Toilet.Articles..
)). neighbor I recommends.'. Buy a of a friend of mine, and, using alauM. rTprtda. this Sad dar of Dwunfccr. A. D.1t07t Our stock is new, fresh and ii.
+ t.bottle of white's Cream Vermlfuire, them accord tuff to directions they t" K.t.LESLEY; pure
,greatest ,known worm medicine,' and cured me In a very short time.'; Ctork flNalfboart.' ,OwMola Ooun""" iU., and our prices t'1a'ht.Pre.crlptlon8. I

. cure for alt children's dl...",.- ,It Isj For-sale by all dealers: Price 50 B, ARTHUR K.!. ,DOIfEGAN. Seal) : ,, promptly and carefully e.a. "

/ "" mild in Its ,action,' builds up the' sys- cents.' Foster-Mllburn Co Buffalo Deputy CUrk compounded. .

,(' 'tern; makes tbl.-puny,babies fat. New NewYork.aoleaa.nt. for tie UnlteJState. 1 When In Orlando call .onus .and
Mrs. J. ::C. Smith Tampa, Fla.,1 .. In Conrt Justice of the Peace, 1 wedill
:'writes:' "My baby was thin and slokly Remember' the name--Doan's-and treat you right.

< could not retain-its food and cried take no ot. er. f '15-e-a-m, State of' Florida., .Mail orders given! special.attention. A

'all nlffht< I used one bottle. of White's ....... Henry OMildlnir.' ,
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< VeraUfujre abdla ... few -,... DR. R.J. GILLHAM. MGR. Midwinter
.. *: ?raB! > days Pia tntilL. " ,....,,I' Florida : ;international Exposition ,
'well.rt we, 1t,1 Ni.J3: MCaenaS4'iltaBDo '
PPI'.nd ; :
; 1-.1 .. O.oesYCouatr."AWnUetoat :' ...,. ,. pLA.h.t.rr JACKS0ttVTLLB. FLORIDA. \ ,
'I .
e rmiurl enD'.fe.d.fL Cilril -." . _, .
-'" I4n j.Action \\ Flat| . .. ... .OM.-JANUA..V. I&TM TO APRIL i6n..- 1oO....'.,. 5 5
." .. : RaUraad CompaDr, ifo', ., '"' otrMt.orpoat j t. ; '...... .- -.- ... The Utwut E-t"" Bar HoW in the Stat1> o Special Estates Bvnc: ,. DIrt.. il '
At.'e er'rr.i.4 Exposed : C ' a .. *''' 4t* ? /")r.v't'l'k"M. ,- > "ct.i Motor o-t Runes, Air"hit. Sous'.Ball' and the Midway t.aet.1on. willM.. ., IIf...isLb. .
"
S ;j.,_ "r". J ,Real Estate Agency. : Gamteli: : tit' . '( ) .Stets! ...elnet. hunt the Jam.srown. kpodtk: n. .k, :'.: ,. ,"

r .; -.The"Orange 'growersand :'trudicers: To JaiMa Cuon. Dvfmdant.. and All. Othr 1 -
a\ % M w% mf' \N
throughout the State. nfrill 'no, doubt = Whom II May Cowwrn. '

1.r.? be laterestodMn! .' following, letter 1 t.r Realty boti&tit and sold. YhMWbF nottBtd that%Writ of Ournbhmeat THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE

t.\'i1 ,.-, 'Houses rented. r ha*liMn brad. In the atop CM,and thatveer .r 1LFfflAN1.
'...''i!'" roroW.usklpaltraddr'ess' lobe pifvmll In the handof Atlantic Coed Un LIGHT RUNNING'HO .

..y'. I '' > 'and Taxes paid and .Titles t err i Railroad Company, a-Corporatlon. .... been frnUhMd. j
\ /to SIIPPI".ComPBnl-ol Tampa:' .j ified for non-residents.' .and that anUM yea appear twfor said

;'c .: '. --l sburg, Fls.i D-C 7. 1807."Florida 'Fire.Life \ :Cldent In-;, ; Coort on or.bfor(h*7th day -January.A..D. '.

:y'a Ga. Fngineaad!: Supply.ComV aurance. ; 1M6.. Judgment- by default will be tfntmd agaln.tee.I'
': ( 'of Flaj' . HENRY OAULDIMQ.AttMt. .
Ii.- ;V pany, Tartpaf ,
: 't
", ,Oendemen.Keolylag\ .to 'your* In4t'w.luify'raRardingthe J Indemnity.. Bonds. . I\ PUfntW.L' K

: sale' of Skinner AF"P"ti"."gr'r'P'1,.-Y"U""Ing.--. GBene41cta...\ ;. A. MINX,Juana of the Pesos.Dated ,
: 1tsl.alfa : Supplies- beg'' to inform -. ; Nov"mberttth.1907.Notuefor .
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- .You
'rt'3you that, there 1s no g's bes.ollnew.artneotapanyor.Lrmthst ::r- :

.:' ; "'bss'the : Settlement and, Final ...... '
':JI ;.XQliMlv. .-rHrht- 'to sell thj ',..Slclonernonles'uolonay :\ .
c ; or- other, appliances (.. T Discharge. j jft'EDDlff.JEWlELER

'x."tll-thl.i Stats"and I would, be. pleased J. H.
customer-- any Node ht.by given to all whom I.t .t.yton. :It Is an A
r, ifuKnleh'your torn that six month from this data I wI.1| |cr.unt ,
"Dylobtlljl 10'our line. "A WOMAN'S' M iiDICINE"'' "
account and vouehw th {
my to County Judge of .. AND
.,Very, ruly 10ud'. ....
-f'ti the County of OwMola and State of FIorI4a at his
"" t B! SiCpJNES IRRIGATION CO.. '" '.., I WATCH :REPAIRER; ,
( offlo In klMlntm. City"" for.uralnaUon and ap .
Manager, 11' ea"if
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ofbrotllrt mnaI! and aelfor a feel.dIote...... a* Admlnlatrator can and Line ptAwrens I .
l N"'beclu 1 made see my
ex tjl .... .. of.the Estate of Thoma BUaa. dens.a.., .c des.
{ I ; iwo,..?...:Nsrmlutr".t "t w'vin1+Q04.. ... .'- ...:.-'"''- "sr*..' '-""* 0 etches taken ,
Ii )t'IM''u : 01' k j. w. MtLLju! 4* ,,,- a. Fart Pa,. :
In this 8t..... I' many women do suffer?. Po you! AdmUUtnitor I.ertn Constiaa'tor : :
k'D 1 mention; New Ones;
. .
want to without
' gt tMO.ltr. ...,
theei1on ; 8eptemlter1l1.1907. .
? entreated' with of > .rr + ne 1
.' ; CoIPpan1 ,fo' painful.xemlaatlonsand embarrassing ..Q ti C "tlol -
ne-r ooiuultatlons r DO you want to stake a. "
,
their Notice of Annual ar
qt. Meeting
b.DdKn : [i '
/ eve. that remedy right into 'our'bOIl\* _" UVDHUDKEYS
-.if the pub1lo
;t -Alnlr oJhnUdt .
"! : 1 be pro duretl t.r 1W .. Th.annual meeting of the atookholdOT IndlgestlM
)Y! f tJI t ca erees, ol'' firm 01'b .1 u" ;*.d Company of Florida Win k* MId at .d.C red, upon'Request., ., ,,"" .' ,.,..''N' 1rd v"
'BENEDICTA > .. _
:\ ver oso' purchase the : the otee.or \toe,-
iktnnerf'irrigation systems,' Is 'a "Wom.n's lied lei...". -A nscrlpUoo .II 'elock a. m..cn- u .dal, January 14. 19"4, forth II. Ura*wmntelthei-a Hlnxl VlbraUniBhaUlRotMbbatUor .Tbr ad (Ch.! n StUoAljt Bl l'tTl. .

alre ,:.""- probably. consld* of a physician who nude tile stodyof rs'al *fection\ of director*,and for. the 'tnuu.ctloa nR. LEgLIE' W..PEDQN .. 8ewln. Machlu write to _

!II than the 'tlgtrrea'; \ '.quotfid ;; .puwiio* his .......tfty. It was aecS'IIte..ful16 of sutl.ether bodiMU a* may sane before \hItp..tlnq TOE I1W NOME StWIIMIACMIM COMMIT. ands
tie'engine (companies 'prj their b/him in Us pntstlc, It t.. C W;WARD:; Heeretaeg. .: H j '0..""., *tmmm.' a2 ass '

'l eo.\ i rlt": been,aHcI ;'oeci>Mrallrby tHoasa 4I.of KUrinu9M.J-la.iDwi.. ; U, 1tm , rt '* ...Specialist. :"''" Eve,..Ear *: i .M.eyuwing m.otiln. ..an...a.to wll r..MdUi*.. '
and dartny t ,;; audit. ;but flu New JI.ae 1...... "' _
twf't;:*<; .Unfortunately, our plapters wonlea the maDre n.1DO*:: Trocreui > Dysp psliv
," Notice 'of Annual'' ; iNoSe and'Throat....?". Our cuaraair .* *nuri mt.
Meeting "
;;, : trucker are being ml.led10 more v*pbystoians bavsep.o fovea ki ya1- : I ,
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than < same people ..bls assistant when beT dAlnd th.Arsalu ..; .
( wall !. .... 1'I.t aanu.l '
fir pay them toy Motto k b by tV eoa aorta s
', .ed It *rlu to the an operationIs ,' .i; \ I
.' m..aett01 the ._........* of.thsL.rPar.eu '" 1. ..
.' differentUrUoe advertising la this U. .will b.b U at the WBo ot Uj .... Carson ftdw. A' .
'" and from them' prioes :" -BL'( DICJA OatU ri1a to 1ta ; Amedcati 1 Stanfotdj;, Grates It is
paper -obtain espy is t'r--,.Florida,oar the lth day }Iigs( "N"atlona. ;; . good for the Liver.Kldaeri. 'b
and specifications- their teQulremeat. a.Tcftal: >l: remedy.- If l.yaade from of January{,1MB.the Mm bin the.....' ..:.Bank.. Building, Tampa. Co.."KISsfmm,e, F1*.. .' ach;Bowels *r, .. ', 1 ..: The use Of a two-cent stampt roots,.herbs and harts fcpown-possess day ..Mid month,at.h* boar. < 9.'...... p._, *; "* v-- .:i' : It akes the place. of calomel aadhavea
t tit will'frequently' ave-/you a hundred propwttes which taa v*.WO Utelfalt.n ., -, -8. H.'aUU. CL1, d .: :. .\ ... ., .' :- < : no bad afaesfeata) In
":. dollars by puttlnr:; wise to 'the 'n,. sj '. ) It.,Heeded ,in the '
( :.0. ;: "you and toaio effect upon the female orcaas and -. N S 'i" 7ct s-taI7. Spring Sum_
*,I.>'!r IIM't.bo.sop. \ '.by ,,'trusts. 'and .their nervou srsteks.. Wlthont _tIoDtD. tube l ., Osceolff Fall an4 Winter' b1 Yens-Women sari;{ "
:or ,' genM in .MOIII'tDI''Ord.. .., for this many' forms'el fessale troobtas that tramM "* 'f ...' County Childrn. : '
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. .. ';I1ne of..... t' sugar, we say tbstthers U no troableot thiskUHUiat ''NotiCeOfKoUo Dua\MeetJb& t 'a '. . It I. .d..t.11atable-4Y.. ehlllti.a.
.0( }i.ft''r', '' 'It is blgtr tlme.for our''tohieo& moll Bcmdleu. will not I..ctaWlt rn *Vhmhy-gives that the "':1ar'A.a..1 .)Ib it-, Buy a.bottle, 'from i'.
;. ""t wake no andx I look about 11......,andflnatly cor*. MMtincof the stockholders .. the UchtoyKnouCaM W., L."\V1NN, -' 1 / Abstract: Comp o-
rlf'" "oarefullrv, Just beeau.'tome, fellow .
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( Company toe Mid lmthffle* :
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1 ':(... ,with word line of hot-air unlimited. _DICTA of the(c-aa.fa Ir aas City .......... ea SUrotaw ANDWt7- OaK>N,, 'Jrf f. ., .. ?, t 0 S fiJ.l I'
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,c .ttful i>l4UMyand .n Is prspalred eanfoUy Sfteatlfloallr.. sad )lie 14th day rjao.ary, A.. D. lto8 tl..._m*k. Y t
T> ,. nerveSappens': alone and with the COB.?!O I.*SS.of Ute ccsioastbUttref Incth* ....... T........ ta ''Mid moatk. *" the. .rw.-U as., i..aJ.rraapeso. &.H..BULLOt3K.IMJAMAQ -:. .. .
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terms -
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: ngU: *s, long-time 1. "" Real estate.-. -0
.to 1 prloee don-t get and will not nay_bb_e b.nagalatbut sf.shanslsqIs -I K., ;Js WrSIMPSON x Titles examined and reportw'1Taxes w J' r.'W1L'' : ON.tR: ; ,
into St ne.wb&' .sa 1Ie.tM cc.
slrnlng > i' ,reeting 'i'Y ..non-residents ...
.-ewoggle.. you Stockho1d :. ; paid for V : ,. ;;r, '
; . .wool landayardwUetoru ,- talu.AfL' ...;f' Instruments relating to'Peal.estf. ItllbtKRT'rtui' ,. ,
..." oul-i"inortaaadjaHthefM It ..."tA0 yes Oottlb 1Ir' g.lire t>ieatutb.* DENTIST:' drawn ''tt
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