Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 10, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00315
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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>; "' MONTHLY MEETING thencejMitliftz decree weat to fnrtheaa't corawofSEHof I BRILLIANT CHURCH governor owed. one to.//Mr Uryani, and i. : -.4// .

NWHof Station 116 Tp. 18 R R.l"' 1:., halp1\l..for\ both, the latter Is such amen ...
then e north 40 duaieM wcct one fend. enefoorthraOe. a* deserves In other ,r

OP :COUNTY ''S l LONS.IOttxEStlllj .thence north W dea-ren* '.....to tbe preaenlroad WEDDING SOLEMNIZED words, the governor payment.rewards a loyal ,' -t f-
'. at ncrlhweet corner.of NW W of 8KJ" at friend; discharges a 'just political

w.. Section 1C. u....... north.till'Iiua-h Section 16,9 debt* and by the same act, gives. the -
> .ndttotfcerla-htof. << way of the at.Cloud Suarai ataie an able and upright!, representative "
Ljwch Business Trans. Belt Railroad la old Section 4 Tp.t*B.?0 *, Mr. Marion Carson Leads Miss In the United States senate :" '

aid road to...M feet wide -15 feet on each'aid. Now If N'$. Bryan were In any par- : .B U Y
at first of New Year. aid deaeribed rout. Ruby Alto.On j -
.t.tacted .Meeting of Oliver to Hymen's tlcular mentally, "morally or po ,. .
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J, Pension applications'were presented litically, an Improper man to appoint .,V . .i'a! .'
KISSIMMEE, FLA Jan..6,1908. by Mrs. Etta J.. Davis Wednesday-- evening at .8:30. the governor would deserve J"" .
The Board of County .Commission. and Charles E. Franklin and were .1. the Baptist church, was ,solemnisedone censure; but.Mr. Bryan Is not unfit In 1 ,- --l I
-;,ers In and for Osoeola county, State approved by the board. of the prettiest" church. weddings JI any essential, and the governor!, ''3' ( ..
: of Florida, met In regular session 01 |ODd of J. F. Williams as notary that ever occurred in Klsslmmee therefore' Is to be commended ; .

the above date, tbere being present public with J. R.. Graves, Jr., and,H. when Mr. Marion carsonled to i. Not one pf ui but would bave acted .
Walter B.... Sr., ",.chairman: J... 11 C. Stanford as sureties each in. the Hymen's Altar Miss. stub/ \' just as- the 'governor! has done and .
Bronson. J. S. Stratton; W. R. Godwin sum of five hundred dollars, and bond youngest daughter of Mrs.. annie C :I would have been very glad to have '
"?, Jt: ,u' Walker, Comnalssioners;: of C. F. Prevail as notary public with Oliver. had such a friend to reward. Here Is i
P. A. Vans Agnew; -attorney for the J. W. Miller and W. J: .- s. Carr each Tbe church had been most elaborately -I an instaucelo "which partisanship may '

,,;,,board;', and Arthur E. Donegan D.. C. In the sum of five hundred dollars decorated for the'occasion. byfrUnds.of '' be credited with| having doue a very .15t A NEWS

0' Minutes of last regular meeting. were were" examined. approved and. accepted the popular -)'ounll couple I' good thing. .
," and approved.f by the board. and' presented a perfect bower ot| : It should be understood however ;' ; .
; WThe f following repeat _' filed b]) The bond of Calvin Platt for carrying beauty. The ), .he clerk ftrearntBj. was examined and ap decoration was whl *and green, the The Herald to Mr. Uryaa's. candi .

'. i KISSIMMEE!: :, FLA'., Dec 10, 1907. proved. entire rear end of the room being duo, for this paper Zloes not recognize ..'

To the Board' of Poll tax report of collector was literally filled with ferns, bamboo and the right of Jacksonville to the ':,:." . .
Honorable\ CountyCommi.Eoners
checked with hIS' stubs and found cor evergreens,, liberally Interspersed governorship and both United' Slates .I \
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Gsceola
County. recto throughout with white loses and the ena.OrlblPuOla\ Oorda Herald. .." '. ,
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Ire Gentlemen: The Sheriff filed'the l following tetterwith electric chaodelIer'just In front of the \',' , I' HITISpring U I 'I .1, :
"" la" accordance with jour, Ins true- the board. : pulpit and near .the ceiling was surrounded All the worldis ,1

.: "lions\ I bet to Inform you that I have _: ::: A NOON.'Dee. 21, lt 07.. by a wreath of white roses a stage and UalUrd's Snow Liniment .',;,', , ". '

'_. bls day mailed -copy of this at- Mr.J. -ld. Walker Sheriff Onceola from which long festoons of. evergreen plays. a most .. It ". "
. I """,be4. road notice to the following County, Florida, reached gracefully out In ever has no superior for rheumatism, stiff "Iii: : -\ .

0 persons, being all ownrrs' along the Dear Sir: direction. Either aisle was spannedby joints cuts, sprains and all pains' .. ,..,, . I
." route of the proposed road: W. M. I regret very much to Informyou a beautiful arch of evergreens and Buy it.try it and you will always use .

Williams Co., Klsslmnaee, ,1<'1...; that the' prisoner, John Hughes, roses, and a similar one was erectedin It.. Anybody who has used Ballard's :.f" ,, .

N J.' Blackwell, Klsslmnee, Fla. wanted by the authorities .of your front of the altar. Snow Liniment is a living proof. pf a .. : ' ..
: Estate or J. A. Anderson- Plant City, State, successfully made his escape TheweddioQ march wet 'beautifully what It does. ." -

, Fla.; Mrs. Loci A. Padgett Acklei from his guard about 6.,,o'elook yesterday rendered by Mrs. W L :Van Duzor Uuy a trial bottle. 25c. COc h 'and II. 1 N .
'sF.. Bass. J. S. Stratton, Warren Way- evening and la up to this' hour and promptly) as the'' solemn straits. For,sale by Roberson'a Pharmacy, r": i '
Lt"an D.' N. Floyd and Mr J. A.,4r"Long still at large. i pealed forth the vestibule door

i A.: E. Whalev. Peghorn, Fla.:! Will further'state that the entire opened and the ushers, Messrs. Harry\ DESTINY ., .,, A.N
Mrs. N.-C. Oliver, The United Ls01d fault of this man' escape lies with Rogrro.i of St. Augustine; and '
Company care P. A. Vans Agnew this department and while we will In Howard Katz ntered and marched Or a Hermit' Xmas La meat; '
The Klsslmmee Lumber Company;; all probability recapture him within a down either aisle,' removing the Line of Samples
.:'Klulmmee, *'Ifc* day or two, as I consider It Impossible ribbon barriers which separated tb, What! A footfall with rare an echo ,
Yours truly for him to get off the Isthmus main audience from the seats reserved Although a pKcaMoa which All.all apace. "
E. L. I4 sLKY, Clerk. without our knowledge still it may be for the relatives and special TUold F.tllarTI.-rou... welcome 1 bcacatal:
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By ARTBOK E. DONBOAN D. C. a couple of weeks before his captureis friends of the contracting parties. The table I.act and the chain all In place.. ,.. "
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Clerk further stated that these wen effected. The groom then entered leaning on While phantom and fantaalea oaeupica apace + : Just Received. -. F

the names of all property holders affected Regretting very much the Inconveniences the arm of his cousin. Mr Jas. And dear onca In memory our simple board ores \, .. :

by the establishment of the I have subjected: you to In not Carson who acted as best man, and You have come to chatter our caatlc built of can. !. .. L. -
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new Peghorn' road description of belntr able to deliver your prisoner to the bride resplendant In a magnificent / or of.ton*.' '1" (.;;,:: ': '1' "t':1\ ., '..<} ,

which Is shown elsewhere! in these you this morn lug, and the unfortunate robe of white messalene silk, But you are welcome.. w. arc Nary and worn ' ' ,<'; A .'," ,.. .
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,'; minutes. ''He also filed with the board circumstanceswhich' has rendered made princess style with bridal veil, So we bldjroo: enter.though:It...our last calk ;7'. ;;'" '.: '. .' % 'J' '
publication! showing thai such delivery impossible. I remain and orange blossoms la her' hair ; .'
... affidavit of and But arc we ro hence In unlimited(pace "
1t.t'. legal notice bad been given, The.fol. Very truly yours. carrying a bouquet of white roses We will drink to the Put with a chars bright. ... _. .... ,
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lowing protests were filed; GBO. R. SHANNON/; asparagus ferns, followed with her '- : eaJII

tf.. 31 908.e Chief of Police and Marshal of the maid of honor Miss Clara Hagen, ,.., and .
i\ KISSIMMJEE. FLA., Deo. } who in The Put with ita pt.uu lu hopea Ita fawn. .
Canal Zone. of Lake City, was'very pretty "
Honorable Board of County Coramlssloncrs.OeoeolaCounty With budding Mplratkma watered with tear
Mrs. M. U. Gilbert filed her reportas a becoming costume of white mersalene '...
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\' Fin to the brlJa.1et. thdohallcc run .
Elorida. roux cup .
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avowed the of .
and
county treasurer silk, and carried a bouquet .
the Uea,U Pat Reality
Quaff te
Gentlemen: following balances on band for which pink roses atid asparagus ferns.The >
to your published notice from the The fnture. 'We butsdramIn.an.Bows '
Referring she tiled certificate deposit bridal part marched slowly .
looking toward the establishment of a State Bank of Kisslmroee: down the aisles, the groom on the hoard the bark;wffly nlUr;"to eroaa. the Bar
I. Beautifnl Patterns
road from Alligator Well to of Tear. .
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public and the bride on the left
right .
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M But Faith bat the necw with Hope aa our aaJra** ,. ,
rG" Cloud Sugar Belt railroad. "
the St. .eZZTSfyStS. .:. : /III meeting In front of the.chancel when '. ..* : '
';. This'road traverses diagonally several Behoei... .. .' the happy young couple took their whir CKartky: atecnaoodbretOU .
: : : : : ::: :::.";". 6w 701 .
sections of our land and timber. : before the altar and Rev. Work),we doff our tut to... ; '
On some of these sections we own the glwi5Drt.Ngi' ..;; :. :" : :ljj:; C.places M. Brlttaln using the beautiful The art ben both cmat ......kind. Fromr: 1

't;, land and 'I 11IMI'. on others the Umber ". .. ..... . .. .. 5559sat. ring ceremony of the Baptist ritual, Anlndute- ot>emttoaaom what trwttulelol",. Select ., ,
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11; alone.- While seemsJUi us peculiar AM.paid Dronounced the fateful words fraught Our raoc U raa'I'1tae.eo farewell. ..

1 1Ithat' this road '.houI4 ruo diagonally Tetal .... .. .. .. .. .. ....7:.. .. / n with so much meaning to them and ttwe. :+ '
y.through these' loads, rather than on The aalla are act.the life HIM patsAd \: . '. .
. then invoked the' divine blessing on
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war M <-
r section lines, still the only d.maawe and cancelled this happy union. ...bark wttfc Ha arcrea>ed aceret...... ( :. . :V.: / :

i ,shall as* will be that you pay us for JO.norJR.nnu.Fwd. After the ,ceremony the wedding w.place our tract to Faith.Rope and Charity ; .

the limber on the right of way of said ...:.'.1.........Y..,. .. \ OSQ 1180 '08Read 78 p.rtv..p.lre4 to the home of the A.8 we drift onward to the promlccd. Hare*of. : '
F.fttnnFu.d1. .
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been and
c that bas .
road.For the timber Floe um 50Tt bride where reception was tendered ...- '. : r "

boxed and isnot ,being used we wisha rand 1. ., :.. ... .. . .l71.N the relatives and Intimate friends of Ji"0.n E.: .. .; x
; payment of U.SO per thousand feet. follow. which lasted until midnight X
Tae CoIIettW C. U Bandy. inowed the the couple, .
'orb; For such' tllllber, as baa been boxed ecOeeto from the veils of 1S07 ., when accompanied by a why v '. J

and is now being used and for round lair amcaata to.be... .... .' . 11I1211 number of friends and relatives, the should your baby suffer? When beIs
*- timber,. shall expect 2.60 per. thou- a-.1s.-Bad .... ...... .ri,_ r-. ..' ...... vr .. 8011\I"1 1 bride room were driven- to the fretful and restless, don't experiment -
.sand feet. ,On agreement $ on apal.i ..,5......... .. . . 1624 87 and on him and use any old thing
midnight
boarded the
{Tthe{ above basis, we >shall wave objections ...'.'..../fl... ........-l>...-.. \11I08 117! depot, your neighbor -recommends. Buy a PRICES a kFj.
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lubPIat tp.> .t.,, . ..' ...... 177 III train amid a shower of rice good "
'.. to the establishment of this wishes for bridal' tour their destination bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge..
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road across these properties;' but uotil ", J.: 7 ... . aBlgham being kept a profound secret. greatest known worm,, medicine and

,r :'", this) is done we are forced to object and Farmer presented 'their Mr. and Mrs. Carson are cure for all children's diseases It is .

:J:..-,'*to the establishment .of this road report of convict hire for the month the. most 'popular Of Kisslmmee's among: mild in Its action, builds up the system +t.. J1=1 7 S to

across our property. of December 1907 amounting to 9139.40 society young people, and there is ; makes thin puny babies fat. j. : ,
Yours truly and with" ,which he presented check to every reason to believe that they Mrs, ..1AC.. Smith; Tampa, Fla., T$
';, i KiasiMMEG LUMBER Co. cover same. Report states that camp have before them a bright and happy writes: "My" baby was thin and sick
By C. A. Carson. was visited by State Supervisor JohnT. future '' lycould not retain Its food and cried

: ..* PBOHOBN' ( FLA., Jan. 2, 1t108. Lewis who reocomended buying The Valley Gazette Joins their all night. I used one bottle of White's PER SUIT. '' '

The1' Honorable Board 'of. County new beds and whitewash stockade and many friends In extending congratulatlons. Cream Vermifuge and."In a few days .

.-... ,- -Commissioners' ,, ; fence, which is being, done.. He also baby was laughing, happy and well.." -
Ventlemen:' states that prisoners made no complaints . Sold ,by Roberson's Pharmacy, -
.- I desire to'eater my protest against/ and showed good treatment '
f,! :the change In the oid Pteguorn' road of road work fatal Accident at Asht. o. ''Messrs. J. R. Frailer, ''Jno. A. ,

-; ,and the establishment the new road. 'The following payroll Late yesterday afternoon .a'most unfortunate Wilson R. R. Ulakely, O. M.:. Dale, .
l I, do so-from: the fact tb'ttb road as was examined and approved: accident occurred at Ashton O. Lamberton and C.;;' ''W.- Cone, .

.now proposed will considerably dam- O W l0 dan et,.".. 3 45 W Station on the SugarBelt R,., In of Franklin, Pa., and Oeo. Newton, .h' ,
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"age the land I owu In Section 16. John A.bton.day. '. .- which Mr. Platt local of Cleveland O., compose a partof '. .

-lownshlp: 26, Range 30.. However I Frank wlui.51.11.ISd.y..r Tumblln. 14 daya.-.... .. III g 00 g> the Florida Irving. Finance: Co.,. managerfor lost his, wealthy sportsmen who are. stopping. . . .;, A.; yt

f..' do not desire to stand In the way of a .. _. 0" a7ll.t 11.00 . I life. at the Inn for a few days'enjoying *"* :' "' .1- ; ,
afiO"1f the board Uuilar.l. H 4.7..t eUfiU .. ..." :..H 75pinLantw.fJfday. / the fine shooting around Klssimmee : ;
,pubjate:! Improvement Owen .
att.60 .. JIM/ Mi Platt went out In the pines to : : Guaranteed
'canwU its way clear to remunerate ... 22 MOb80lllv.n.i6d.y. he : ; Perfeci Fit -
Lour Orieeb.*; la dara at l\M. 1 bring up colt, which was breaking --- r .
'me partly for the damage this property sat 'l.M| ... SW 00WUHinoler.SaayeatSl.iW to ride, and catching the animal, \ '

.., ,' I would be willing to allow them .... 052, mounted its back without hale or l '" ..
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1. Uni...Tl7d, I 60. gJJ or ) ;
'I of I consider $100 a .. 'Money : ,
the right way. .
Early W..n. 11:1: $days at 11.1\0. saddle. The colt bolted for iuS>hoaie SANTA CLAUSHas ; ; ;
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'p easonableamount. In settlement of Oliver l'ampbell. 1days\ at$150. 15r. .
full pine
VM at speed running near a .
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.L60.,.. 7614Waltw > ,'
fflthls\ damage. Very truly H'a.rd,.Dan. .17.. idn..t 1./10./ .. ......... .. .. \\1; tree which struck the unfortunate man <. '
AOKIES BASS. L.ni. iedy . . . Returned.
r. .t 11.50 Spur on his left side,when he fell to- the .
considerable It .. .... .. .,:.. .
.After. discussion. was 0.0.Ov.ntn.t.. .. .. .,. ground. Established Headquarters at .

. fthe unanimous opinion of the board Willard Freta-ht. Clen.na.fdsy4t51 lumber' ..-t........... eW His wife, who was veatching him :. .' : -.
that the protests were, just and the on ... .. .... .' ,
Krel.ht on har, .. 115 from an upstairs window,. saw Mr. My Stores and left 'Pull 1 : .
.- \ to .the proposl'tlons I w
>oardJfeolded accept . .. Platt fall and ran to him as quickly; '
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contained therein, whereuponthe Total ,. $ 481 M .
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a. she could, finding him In an unconscious ,
:the following'resolution was offered The following bills were examined condition from .which he Ljne of All Kinds of .. >

:by:J; S.: Stratton seconded by'W. R, la detail approved and.ordered paid: never recovered . -t.

'e, ,"Godwin and wan regularly passed Walter' Rac, com eal and mileon ..'. -I S 00 Dr. fliverswas sent for and arrived Christmas Goods, :: E .: '
It appearing to the board that legal" John Il.bronaon, com aal and mlloaca, 403 about two hours after' the accident; :' Carl a. .
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the Klsslmmee aal and II till - i: :
notice by publication In J B Stratton,com m41. .
\,w: \ 3UW.Ik.r.can.j..miI.su. '' .'..'. '. on 00 but the man died some time. before his _
M Valley Gazette has'been duly given of W R Oed-In, aa1 and mllea ... .. .. *.1JJ" arrival. I now have Two Stores full to "
'the-intention of the board to establish .. County Court .. 00
W R Juh. "" Judge 2J The deceased moved to this'' county q
: described road E L. and auditor. -. . . 87 (O '
following aa a L 4 clerk
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.4-the, '
rub- about four from' Pomona.Putman .
D U Brawn. Janitor " '* 110 years ago overflowingwith. Fine Fresh
and that the owners 0 .
., Ito rgyd j KlMlmnMO K b P. llchn Jail.... . M 08Kla County, andlwas a steady and .
,.Iao.ct.l i which said road passes, viz: : lmnwe: > Tclepnonc: (.o. rent phono 1 Industrious well-liked and ': '
young mane by Fruits. Confectioneries 4 Ayr
.iWllllttms & Co., J. A. Black month... ... 2 50; all who knew him. Fancy Groceries" -. ,
f 'Weh Estate of J. Ai Anderson Mrs Oiccola Abatraet Co. information PCST- .
i S 00 He leaves wife and child. Cigars -
a one
horn road. -- Tobacco.
*r : Ackles F. Uass, J, J.tiM; ;,f Cold
Xxscla A Padiretl H* WU Drew Co. .- thepeaceboolca The remains were shipped to his

.;r.: 8.N.'.Stratton C. Oliver;Warren D.' N. Floyd Way Klsslmmee man..Mrs. O R Johmton.. nose Io ab.l 1 cabinet.; ..'.- f.t W U old home at Pomona>, for Interment Drinks,Etc. When buying yourChristmasTricks'ffive 4iat

W L iampbeU.: aajarjr and care I pauper today. -_.. ,
'''; Lumber Comoany The United Land poor farm. .. J...<. MOO ___ r : See Them. ; '
\f'- }Company, Mrs. J. A.- Lung and ALE ..... M B Gilbert,Ca a.tra.unr .. . U 13 Senator .m II! a call. .
. .. DA Bryan.Governor >
'Ju. Wharley have also been prlvately-no-' S O O, dry ceila etc. court houae I '
Bros. .and wed for circuit court 45
Mack 5.
"" ., ''tlfied bv-mUll of such Intention and J H Walk., earc jail month ... H 00 liroward last week appointed -0-- #
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no"teo,, p.rptests having been filed C L Baoday. tax col.com.. .... .. tea :M Hon. William James Bryan '
.. Canton Art Metal Co. atari oabuwt.1 SO of Jacksonville United States s
sucltestablibbmentexoept profeste as
.. 10 MValkqr
notice.
-Irom Ackles' F. Bass and KlsImtnee Valley Gaaetto. I printlnroad month ,prlntinr 14 W: Senator to Oil the vacancy caused by D. ROTUNDO to
.. ,. Lumber Company ard Water.*Uaraon Ore to: Ned tor ajMiW. .. W 1* the death of Senator Mallory The .
.' Bass 8 C O..upp1190 road.... .. 16 fj ,. '."
Whereas The. saidiciclee P. is an excellent one, for w
. S 00 appointment ----- --. -- -- "
Water U.r.oe 1e crnfa KaaaUne .
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."sinoT the Klsslmmee Lumber Company OS Ac.--k..... ..... .. 2'::: ..;.'. Bryan though only 32 years old, ..

..": eipress'their consent respectively to 0 x Ovsntr..t. repair of bftdv* . 1190 100: : Is a. gentleman<< of brilliant nbllUy, Osceola County I J _....._,....
[ such establishment upon payment to 1 J Dann. bUekamlUi work volt rollnad.wrfc.road . .401 III spotless. record and Irreproachable r. :

i the said Bass of *100 damage, and to 1 O damages* the I. Robcraon'. Pharmacy medloinc 50 laid of him personally
pthe,saidcompany-of pauper especially as
'rate /2li0per thousand for round f 1C A.XasA .2r'sisrto". priaonara! .*...'... ... . '??HO.. be.. well known. to- the people\ of Abstract t CompanyS.

?':Umberaad'$1.5o per thousand for J L Moon.emlair. and. U eonletloa j.* . 48 H Florid
,bolt p pine timber; and,' O B 110__ cervineoonrt ---..... M SOW As a political move the governor's WDAN'N'
i '.'Whereas Said propositions arehereby RJahnaton. eant7 ...._ .curt cocta f 00 action. may be criticisbut The
; J M W.k..-, anarUL onita oountr judaVa' H. BULLOCK.I MANAGER.
wti) ', accepted; .ourt. _._............'..hh.. ( 186II herald at least has ..no adverse. re- .
d .Resolved.; Therefore, that the fol- ) L 'Lary' e'-k. elm"n oocW'Sv: et 71TAhForpyr.obvBtat. lections to make,upon it. v Of course

.j'' lowin :'ad be hereby established. asa StmU wtt..r..w.wltnoa.;.....:..,...t.! 1100 1100 Mr.Bryan's appointment gives him an .Beat estate .. and . '
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f; public road: 1 : fit'' I J M WaTW.COMB trip to Panama.tor- advantage over his competitors.in the Titles examined rep lied-on.
9r..dneatae.mtg2oiSM.wtbadage.. JohnHurtaa... .....J' .......... ... IMI1 M3U approaching primaries but why Taxes paid for non-residents' THE' OUTFITTER.. : ,
..... WaHMrrefreolt_..co........ ... 4M toAekr. should that fact have caused the Instruments relating to real estate'. ,
MBthmTp.
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,'eat d the b.if riUvtelw UM .B.r.,l181oal..... n...,...:.... 100 00 governor carefully drawn V .
d....11.. ., IT Bo.* of B_ w0 to hesitate Any ,other ap-
; .......tMwatrtt/twr.r west at At 2 p.. m.Board reoonyened,"' all jolntee'' would have 'been" given the .. .'
1a..l.ad present. -.The. following letter was tame ad vantage. . Correspondence e 'Solicited. l' .....'"
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totkcq. I'JO .-t. I'4e.- ..ad" ;. .- .. Further if there .. such a thing/ .tiff! ,-. ,. : ..' t... 4 ,. ,
(Continued:on fourtb.'uage.. ) duty to recognize a debt, tikes . ' 'lan1..4; t
....... sanssiiMi, Mte. M-rurk.g. Bar. political ' ; .. rt ,

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'\ \ Then be turned and' slowly cam CONGRESS RECONVENES. .
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back to her side. There was an uncomfortable -
drawn look about his Botes.
Bill to Chang Banking Regulation Introduced JFlbrlda i
lips, arid his eyes- were dull as he : News
'
...., eea. watched her mechanically smoothing by William*-President ,,

wOP the folds of her dress. Send Messsge- Other" Matter. ,>#", ....
.\ f. "How do you know that It Is Bok-

.::s T'e....... Dy.......,... hara?" bo asked In.a low, steady Congress reconvened- Monday after r... ... ... .... .... ... yo ... ... ..., .... .... TV.... T .... .T ... T .... .... ... ...
volco.

thE..4 .... I YOUNG H.nry., .. "I made-papa'-tell me." the holiday recess, but both houses) ab- Florida Product Mad .. Hit. "' Farmers Adopt Resolution.

"I am sorry you did fbat-exticmely jodrned until Tuesday, -after brief sessions The Atlantic Coast Une Is In receipt' At a mass meeting of the Columbia'

"A fcA-U-l.- MISTLEY Seton._._.._, / sorry." Tell me-does' my out of respect to 'tho memoryof of a communication' front the awards County Farmers" Uuloji. and members,
mother know exposition or'tho Cotton
Jamestown held
committee of the Aesoclationt In
C SecrctServiceCHAPTKRvJCX. Merrrman. !'hutyou the late Senator. MaUory' of Florida
"No. No
one beyond myself. ? t.hecompany'
.announcing tho award accorded Lake City on tbe. Ufai Instant,-commit
t .''l\i ;: mutt tell ber It Is better that The senate was In session only four spenSld! exhibit at the ex- tees appointed by'the two organizations
'. she should know-even that It I I.
_
minutes the House for half an In tlie exhibit submitted the
I e. '.. .I, Bck'j\ra-than'' be kept .in Ignorance aqd position. Florida products following Important''

; ,r -.. .". anj suspense. I think-that you do hour .i i made a' hit at the exposition. Judging resolution:

,' I .. ;c ; not *suite understand'-women!" In a message to the; house President from the major number of honors "Resolved, That we recommend thata

R ) I.., .. I ,et l l '"'Riii.i: iS" t 'i l j 1' f "I thought there was something on Roosevelt urged that In preparing for they carried off. fu'l delegation be .feat to Valdosta,
t ""' ''''''''''1' '11 .11"I"/1',T'11','''/1"'r"'t' -- the old gentleman's mind" said Win- The state mad-j: no appropriation for Ga., with a view' of forming'a separate.

13 Wlnyard never liked Mabel Sand-, yard, suddenly changing his manner, the work of taking the, next census an exhibit at the exposition and the tea Island movement r'W@

ec Continued! "* ford ..'he did at that moment. For "Nevertheless, I still maintain'' that .the. four thousand or more additional, Atlantic Coast one determined not to further recommend that dele- '
time In his she badforgotten you are looking at the worst'Bide of
ti They were all ,,working different the first presence j employee needed bl! appointed Immediately be' outdone, gathered, through its agricultural galas to the Farmers' Union meeting/ at
herself and In consequence things. There may be one or two '
part of the old banqueting halt after competitive examination 'and Immigration department' a Memphis Tenn., be Instructed to request -
appeared, as she In reality was, a risks; but-I 'am. vo.'Y lucky fellow -
which -bad for the time ,beeu converted ,, under. the rules\ of I withdrawal, of All
very good natured girl. you know, and generally turn, up civil service commission display of products t.bat.\Jroved\ a great, reference to sea
into a tiny theatre; wuYklng/ "Thanks, Mabel." he said simply. smiling at the end of a difficulty." and strongly denounced the attraction and.did the state signal hon Island cotton'In their deliberation and

each In- his characteristic way;. Win- "1 only hope.lt 1 Is not nervousness. I "I think,"-said Lena remorselessly "patronage system' making the appointments or. The preparation and managementof I fix rio price-on same .
yard with a' dashing rapidity Char- I
lie with 'easygoing Indifference ac will take her some wine, and will also refusing Jo smile, 'that your talent saying;, that the' civil service I the exhibit was placed in the handsof "We also recommend that all cotton

+ f'omplllblnC'lDuch without appearing send some Into the ladles' dressing are n i. decided loss to the British commission was fully -capable of Mr. Wilbur McCoy, industrial and growers who ore able .to do so "be requested '

to exert himself; directing; everything room. I ought to have thought of( stage. securing most efficient forces immigration agent of the company and to hold their cotton and thatwe

without appearing to, have a will of that before. Mind. you take some lie looked fixedly at ber, a* It attempting Representative John Sharp William through his able management and cons favor the formation of an, organi

r his' own upon ,any' one,,, question. yourself because your work Is not to-penetrate the Obscurity; of Mississippi Introduced a bill In the tcous attention the state received 'an ration with a capital stock of $50,000 6
over yet, and ,remember., will but she kept her face averted, and ho '
yon
There was jio fuss, no undue baste I have 'to dance till daylight after could read nothing'from the dainty house Monday repealing the law directIng ..inestimable amount of good advertising. at $50 per share with which to putt' i

about his .movements. As usual he this!" coils of hair turned toward him. that three-fifths oj the 15 per the .. chase the distressed cotton."

was ahead of hI..time. and could afford "Oh, I am all right, t.bank.I"! Then the lone of his voice changed reserve of national banks may coitelst Tbe'antlc Coast Line's display occupied W. T, Henley, on behalf! of the Cotton -
to waste a few nllnute.lIere and
a there with some grave' pleasantry. laughed the girl turning away. "I again; he dropped hla usual semi- of balances due !a bank available for a space C3; feet by 25') feet, and Association, accepted the resolu-

Colonel Wright was quite content to have plenty of time to change my bantering style and spoke as she had' the redemption of Its circulating notes was located in one of the most conspicuous tion: Tha Farmers' Union adopted the

occupy ,a subordinate position. He drfess, have I plot?" nevenbeard him speak except'on the from bank approved by the comptroller quarters of the' agricultural last recommendation. !

"Yes. plenty." occasion of the first rehearsal In a of the currency; and repealing all decorations of the booth
was ready to lift the bigger flower building. The Rev. N. .11. Register was elected a* a ,

,,,,.l>oti for Lena, hand the tacks toCharlie Slowly he' walked across the stage voice which conveyed a happy mix- laws permitting national banks to'keep were handsome and expensive; costing delegate to the convention art Memphis,
and passed out into, the garden. In ture of pathos and philosophical indifference
r or climb up) a ladder with a three-fifths of their reserves In national the road alone 25000. Corn tobacco Tcnn. '
hammer for Wlnyard. It was during the dimly lighted conservatory he banks In reserve cities; and all
into
and cotton woven together
were
I Lena: sitting alone. She !L have a difficult part to play," he '
foutol was ,
the last named service when '
they laws
permitting national bnuks iu
"" re large and made a splendid border The Kentucky Military institute'
'
eanlngl forward with her: bare hands ldT 'and you are making it doubly ropes !
> were der, that both Winyard perched high imparted. up on to a lad-his 'clasped upon her knees. In crossing 'so." serve cities to keep 60 per cent of the effect for tbe'booth. A halt dozen DashawB, Ky., has again located at -

chief the news he had Just received."I the garden the little curl about her She did understand him. Her reserves In central reserve cities. large oil paintings adorned the rear Eau Gallic, the school's winter homeon
:
I have Just heard he said In a temple: had been 'Mown aside, and only feeling was one of anger at her If this'bill' becomes a law, not less wall and served to embellish the place. the picturesque bank. of the Indian't,

low ,voice as he took' the' hammer now the pale light of tile lamp suspended own slownesr ot..comprehension; she than one-half of national bank reserves The paintings Included( scenes of an I rl"('t. The party Is composed of sev-.
+. among the ferns above her Felt that there was a deeper meaningIn now be kept in lawful mon members t
that osr foreign friends have leftWalso. required orange grove, a strawberry field and' a oral) hundred cadets, nine of
fell lovingly the brown hair and i the words than she had caught
on ,
ey cities hereafter
celery field, all of which were typicalof the faculty, a half dozen ladles and a.
e Then, without'waiting"for a reply, drew forth little golden gleams: She and the moments were slipping must be held In gold or gold certifi Florida life. dozen or more of servants The school.
heard the footstep In the darkened slipping away. _
he turned and cates. -
began driving a long '
has been making the state Its winter'
doorway but did not look They cot through the third act successfully

,
pall o the hard beam: Most of up or *
u. The bill Is to become
4 effective July
The of Pensacola has assumed the
move. and the curtain descendedIn city home for past three'seasons, and
love to drive a nail though few care '
for the more tedious task of first boring Wlnyard stood for a moment In the silence. This only lasted bow- I, 1908. '" charge of the plant! and property bf both .faculty and student body tare anticipating r

the-hole. And co many deals are doorway., Tbe light fell on her face ever, a moment, and was quickly followed A bill reducing tbe regular army, the Pensacola Water company, tbe a pleasant and most successful ,

:i split In this world and many hearts In such a way that he could see the by deafening applause. It had after the first of December 1908 to transfer of the property having been stay. This Institution I* the only.
gleam of tears In her There been almost too real. The music, 35,000 men, 40,000 of whom shall constitute
are broken. eyes. made In New York a few days ago, military schoolIn,, the world that has; ;,
was a little movement in his throat' the lowered lights and perhaps the an artillery force for coast defense ,
Colonel Wright from below watched Dillon & Ilubblrd the bond lawyers, ever conceived, and executed the Idea.
the steady swing of the hammer, and and the muscles of his firm chin, as If dull excitement of the approaching was also Introduced by Mr. Wily acting for the city and the Fanners' : of transferring the whole student body,. .,
noted the almost which he were swallowing something withan Farewell had affected the actors, and liams. The standing as now !
boyish delight army atlonal bank for tho old company.: The faculty, cadets and servants from the. '
effort and then he advanced toward Into their parts they threw an Intensity -
took In bl embraces odd
Winyard noisy posed 40,000 officers and
occupation
the of the
It seems that with some peoplea her with the usual misleading and earnestness which In the money for purchase plant, chilly blasts of northern winters the-
juslness-like rehearsals $187,500was obtained by the hale of genial skies of southern Florida.
sense of responsibility smile.. It would appear that he attributed had been beyond men.Mr.
.proper Williams also offered a bill re
those tears to over-excite thir pow rs. Improvement bonds, and this money
realization of life'
gravity-never
d Cornell: and, what is stranger still, ment in connection with the last act It was 'one o'clock before the last pealing all the laws by which national was placed to,the credit of the city in The bucket shops In Pensacola felt 'j

they appear to get on very well without of the play. Indeed there was nothing of the guests at length drove away, bank examiners are compensated by New York banks, from which It was the effect of closing of such lac..a.-

It,?, else for him to do, no other cause and Wlayard ran upstairs to change fees and placing them on a regular drawn to make the payment. The bouts In 'the state of Alabama on the first ot'

'ti When the nail was driven and the for' him to seek,, under the circum- his clothe for the long; Journey be- salary of $3,000 per annum. of the old company have! not bee'u purchased the Business from nearby ,1 ;
stances. No doubt he felt that the fore him Two bills Introduced by Mr. Sims of year. men
curtain duly 'arranged tho two but the and
men plant property Is Alabama cUlea'and towns in ,
and
descended and stood( back In the ball evening: was far from its close as yet, Tennessee, are designed to preventstar freo from all incmnbrances. While' canto
almost doubled that which had hereto: ;
and preferred to Ignore the farewells CHAPTER XXII.
tr to enjoy tbe effect of their handiwork.They route mall carrier from knowingly
the water and committee of
the
gas fore been dne'by the commission, anel'exchange
were out of earshot, and Char with which it was to terminate. Men Farewell. carrying packages of Intoxicating liquor (
'' can not do things well without giving city council haa assumed control of houses. Several of the places t
lie wk hammering somewhere be- When the traveler came downstairs to or for any one on the route
hind the their whole mind to tbe work: they' the plant there will bo no changes until closing! In Mobile turned their business '-
dropscene on the stage so ) again he found the whole party If a star route carrier does so bit action r
: WinyanJ-tpol: the opportunity ot say. have In band at the moment, and assembled In tbe drawing( room. shall be deemed unlawful, and the the members become acquainted with over to local concern, and with
Wlayard was ., without doubt, thinking I' the operation. The rate of the old '
Inll- His rough tweed suit formed a offender shall bo dealt with according that which comes from Montgomery, -
"Colonel. ''It 1* just possible that only of the theatrical. strange, uncomfortable contrast with ; company are -remain in force until Selma and other points t.he elt ;
: something may come out In time ".Tired" ho said, Interrogatively*_ the evening dresses around him. Despite to euch rules and regulations as the tho city can ascertain tbe Income of business has grown to proportion um'Y'

about Marie Bakoyltcbaomet.hlncuntrue. Lellanod4ed.1n acquiescence, and his fatiguing; evening, he np- postmaster general shall prescribe. I the plant and Its needs. About $60- (
expected city of this Ue
for a a year
slightly turned her'head that her Among the other bills Introduced In
t mean, that mlght'do'11.rr :; so peared quite fresh and energetic: I 000 is to be expended Improvements. has
lace wa. In the shade. the house during'It.. half-hour session ago. It been planned by local
w
harm., If my name should In any Charles Mlstley was the only other '
1 way get on gosttp' tongue. when 1f 1 'lIlis. Wright be said with mock person present who did not look worn were the following: < houses to have exclusive long distance

am away, do not trcibl to contradict .verily-tor he was desperately and tired; nothing seemed .to affect By Mr Gregg of Texas providing for Probably the most notable convention telephone wire for the use of theircustomers' '
held In Florida Is
ever that called
anything to the general ;world:'- For afraid of .appearing serious' -"this. him, the selection of a'.Ite. for a navy yard In Alabama cities, ,
her the contradiction would be will never'do! -. "I by proclamation of Governor N. B.
worse ? think suggested Wlnyard, and dry dock at Oalveston. -
,
than the slander-for it would mean She did not repty&Qd made no at- looking sideways at Lena "that It Broward for the purpose of discussing
By Mr. Clark ofFlorida; ,, providing No day of the entire period of the
charge of attempted murder Formyself4 omptto acknowledge the brilliant ; the Important question of Immigration
a would be mostappropriate.to finish '
"' :' thought.1 did not, care- tally' ..,. 'J.n>> RithkLMr: I ""a."Lenryhe ) up the-whole entertainlnent.wlth'a' :for:.Ja : congresrlonal 3;investigation. xofchargesjjof whlchiwlll.be;.' :held at Tampa,,.Wedn .; state'," fair, In._ Tampa, will ,be mono .&- ....." 11bla

but' now, S. and 'I do.: 'I'should'not ''::'& \; ';;said,, suddenly;..usingher << .o g rK'd: :1,',,, .:'..:r.>;";,,,. \; : a' }peonage In|the|! southern?': I''pdayFebruaryfl2;! white the' state.1)fair 2rWntere.tlog\tbanEdltofl'!\ ,day, (', ..:t
..8.f"On"
states d''an Saturday11'February
In vestlgatlonjof this occasion
Christian '
like your-Mr*. Wright' and your namewhich be -did The girl silently went tp the piano proaecutlons la In procre... As. "11'111 be seen, Governor .
daughter to' believe anything they but rarey. -"Lena' this I.- not like and, after a short search, found a thereof by' the department of Broward extends an Invitationto a grand banquet will be'glven at:*. ;
bear. ' you." justice.By the leading Spanish restaurant la Ybor .
mighty You understand: small manuscript book. Wlnyard of various
governors) the southern
"Ye," replied tbe colonel, slowly, She ,was dressed for the third act came up at that moment and ,takIng Mr. Wallace of Arkansas; repealIng -. City In honor-of the editors and legislators !.
-states together with their
"1 under tad-.J3hall we put up the -111,white as he had desired It, of a It from- her hands opened it at the duty on wood pulp and printIng staffs and ot Florida and state official
elt.her'curtain nowt"i oft, silky material.! that clung round the public/ officials, to attend the convention for office
....... unpublished song which she was paper, fend candidates will be In'at
her form In and quite a number have
sweet
.' 3 u young cunning; singing when he first saw her. It By Mr Clark of Florida, prohibiting already tendanco. No expense will be spared
,
ClIA.PT-Gn. XXL old*. There was In her whole beinga signified their Intention of attending.
the first of the
was on
= page book the tr transportation the malls, or the In making the banquet the most brllrllant
'-" Behind the Scene.Tbe subtle cense: ot refinement.' Her written out In a girlish hand, the Delegates from boards of trade labor
7 critical moment.'bad come. dress was pel feet; what little Jewelry notes large and very Inky. depositing In any mail receptacle of organizations and other bodies throughout / of Tampa's history -A? lpeclaL
she wore was faultless even the any newspaper magazine other pub- program of races, amusements and P ;
The stage was ready, the footlights Lena began the harp-like accompaniment the ,Iou\* are also Invited and the '
.''burning cheerily; and Colonel Wright runner In which her hair was arrr.ged and song. Slightly behind lication containing the alleged facts of attendance wUl be a large and lltlcal speech-making.' In addition to the

t was at' his post, withtbe curtain : spoke of the deft handiwork Der, 03 a low.chair, her father sat and any divorce suit,-murder case or other one. representative banquet, will be arranged In their-|

cord. held tightly. Through the cur- of practical fingers. As he'stood at ate cold chicken with an old 'man' proceeding "of an Indecent or immoral honor

# 'tam n came the bun, of many voice, her side, the scent of the white Jasmine deliberate enjoyment. Winyard. In character or which would tend to corrupt -

1 slightly huuhed by expectation at her throat reached him.and his light-colored suit, was perchedon the young.." Tbe fourth annual motor boat races Forty.-sh men employed In one department -'

:' Charles Millie rose to the occa- brought back the memory ot his re the high endof the sofa, with By'Mr, Ferris of Oklahoma 4, enablingthe and carnival under the auspice and of the Pensacola navy yard

anon quietly and steadily, a* was his quest. In an Instant he *saw that all his thick boots dangling. Charlie distribution annually of treasury management of the Palm Beach Power that of steam engineering, received police ,
wont, He appeared to know every was exactly as he bad desired it. stood near at band. Boat Association, commencing March W
;
few serv&o
surpluses the states for the improvement a daysago that their )
among .
4 one's, part a. well as hiss own; but Was It blindly or with wondrous The girl appeared to sing the first 16 Is assuming greater proportions from
of public highways and. pottreads. would no longer be to otJiduet. -"
necessary
when oreslght that he persisted still In his
only displayed this knowledge verse with a studied disregard for a success standpoint than ever before.
absolutely' necessary, for be possessed jocularity? the meaning of the words doing her Providing an eight-hour day on Power craft of many descriptions are ,. the business ofthat department.

a virtue, without which no"< than I* .a "I am a little limp myself" he said I belt toy render them expressionless.' all governmentworks.. To prevent on the way to Florida at.the present The men let out are machinists and

e leader-absolute faith In thoso beneath cheerfully, The second however, she rendered gambling; In cotton and grain'.futures helpers who had been employed at the
lime, and there Is scarcely a day ItuYwhat ,
him. i "I can not quite understand ;you," with more of the true Intensity; but ;yard for many years, and they are) '
boat off the
ai The curtain descended at the end aid the gl'rlln! the same conventional\ at the end of It-she stopped abrupt. ALLEGES NO REAL MARRIAGE.: are'lpoken Carolina without means of livelihood, so tars '

of the secon.) act amid at applause tone'of forced Interest. "1 am very Iy, and closed the book. coast, headed for the Palm Beach re the.!nary yard Is concerned. '
; but when this had died away much afraid you must be heartless, "]t Is rat.ber't.oo appropriate." she gatta. Entries are now being made to

a sudden silence supervened. There' and'devoid of filial feelings." said; wheeling round and pointedly Sensational Assertion of Countess of T. D. Wells, chairman of the, regatta I

Was' a vague feeling among the aud'tor "Inasmuch a. how'" he asked addressing Mrs. Mlltle)'. Yarmouth Regarding Husbsnd. committee, 32 Broadway New__York At Hronson, a few days ago JudtfO

.t ,' that a crisis was coming: that slowly; pulling innocent fern Intomall They talked on In a vague, unln- who has learned that Florida ei"lelf lieu Friedman special: master, sod: ) at

ry they bad been made to laugh simply piece. erested way, as people do at a' wed A New York dispatch says: The will have at least thirty entries for the public! auction 1,400 acres ot phosphate*

''' 'in order that they might the more "Because you completely Ignore; the ding or a funeral, while waiting for countess of Yarmouth, who was Miss tournament. land. It was bid in by Attorney Be

easily be made to weep Sad and fact that you practically start tonight a curtain to rise or to kill time while Alice Thaw of PIttsburg, sister of Harry dell of Jacksonville for the complainants -

softly'sighing music, which works on after all this 1* over, upon a a ship Is sinking beneath their feet. Kendall Thaw ha entered suit in Tbe of tbePortland'Cbemlcal and Phosphate
; value exports of'the. port of r
\the h-tman feelings like water on a Journey which In all probability will W* are getting very clever nowa-, company. This was the only bid
division for the nullification
the divorce -
penny bun, softening and enlarging, be-" day. Soon the flora and fauna of Jack.sonvllle.complled for the past year
and It was for 10000. In
to
of her marriage with the earl of order bid; '
'now followed. 'My'a.U"' be suggested, frivolously the world will be exhausted-soon show a tremendous Increase over those
.. Charles Mlstley had decreed that as he threw allthe particle of we will know everything worth know. Yarmouth. Her allegations' of sucha of the previous year but there was a on this property a- certified k '

the longest interval should be between fern Into the air and watched them Ing about every animal on earth; but character that the suit will be heardin falling off In Imports from- those of $5,000 was required.

the third and fourth act.,.on flutter to the ground a* If It were a, of certain phase of the human mindwe camera. 19C6 and a big falling off from the Value

the consideration that suspense most Interesting experiment. know no more than Noah knewof Her assertion is that there never has of Imports for 1905. Congressman Frank Clark hat Introduced '

r .sharpens the mental appetite.. Few She was silent, and appeared to be I the Inward thought of Bhem, been 'a real marriage. A jury. of matrons a bill'In congress for au appropriation -

alteration were required on the ktage'and entirely absorbed In removing from Ham and Japhet. At last the gravel will be specially empaneled 'to Mistaking bottle of strychnine for for erecting! a public building"
Wlnyard was setting straight her dress a small end of thread left outside under the
crated light feet
determine truth or falsity ofthis.. In Palatka. The Tinges-Herald has
{the bottle of quinine and ad-
a filling two
thing that were already straight; -a there by a careless seamstress*. ot Lena's mare and the heavier treadof : capsules
'wa,. "e sometimes have when ..xpeas "At all event, there are rlakl' at- 'I a sleepy, groom. In addition eminent gyneotoglcal- from the contents thereof, Joseph vocated the move and Mr. Clark' action

tation' Ii pressing on urwhen Mabel ,Ached to It." I In ,the meantime Wlnyard'baddonned pests will be c&ttvdTn support of the Phelps, a Pro.perous youog.tarmer of In the matter Is no doubt due to

''I Sand ford harried !pat or, the ladle.' "I think" he staid, "you are overrating I his gloves. He slipped two countess' suit the Levyvllle section near Bronson, I II Tome extent. to the Initiative taken b&"

dressing room."Wlnyard ; things a little. fingers beneath the girths and gave dead and his wife I a. seriously III. that paper. J*

.. j ; ," she Mid'la a whisper The wretched little white thread a preliminary tug at the stirrup SEEK FREEDOM FOR POWERS. -

"I .am awfully tlrald Miss Wright 1* would keep swimming about, In the leathers;.then he turned to say. goodbye --J.- Referring to the acquittal of Thomas Charles E.., Harman, general:! passenger

'!, ,COing,to break down. When went most unaccountable manner. Lena f Citizen. of Georgetown; Ky., Will Circulate W. Troy at }dlam'; ,Major St. Clair agentof; the Western andAtlantlo
Into our dressing; r'om. just now, she longed to give even the most hurried "1 expect" be said,,"to see :you all ,
Petition for Pardon Abram said had
that
was as white as a' sheet She said ouch to her eyes;''and even as' she In town in- a week or so. XVo will ; it not surprisedhim railroadannounce; : *,a-jiew double dally

there])'wa. nothing; the matter, and longed,W1Qrard turned his back to not call this good-bye because I have Citizens of Georgetown; Kyi:, Irre-!., In view of the circumstances. On service b'etween Chicago, Atlanta; Jack.*...

went out Intothe conservatory, 1 believe her, and 'went beneath, the lamp to not got .all mr,, pretty' farewell elective of political affiliations, are preparing being, Ii.ked It the:civil cult-pending sonvllle'and St. ....,.,

;\ but Jaw; bet ,lips trembling. consult his watch. Though; he contemplated speeches Quite'' ready. They require I an address t.o.,the people of'Kentucky. ,by the Widow-of the deceased against the'"Dixie Augustine, January 12, vi ,

And she-walked unsteadily. 1 don't the bland face of Cat re furtller'teheanal... ,Do not stand'at ,-'ealUnc ,upon them to petition Troy for the homicide, would be con- Flyer" to run the"yearround; :.. ,

.: );! .... want toal*>m you unnecessarily (lable' piece'ofmechanlsm, \ 'some the' dpor." he added, ,-vlth" 'hi* ,,1m- Governor Wilson to pardon Caleb. tlnued,- 'J.lajor Abrams' promptly're- nd,tb4t ." blca&O and Florida..;Lin/lted' ? f; "

.....cause Lam sure'you must. be getting noments,,be never cawtfca time;.but pertorable cheerfulness. ."You will Powers || piled that the acquittal of Troy would during'the tourist se'aixSh.. BiAli. '

.: rour elf.but a class of win or hat. did not matter very much' ' latch", horrible ,'colds, and abuse ,.me Thfs-" address" will "be accompaniedby not hava""the" slightest effect on that these trains will le'' solid yesUbu ,
would probably :put her (t would be rather bard to over belsind my back!I" which''will be sent Into f- train,with dining cars through befw,
petition
:w;. f'suit".but that,It would'b.'preiaed. be- .w. ..J'
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'"White' is:on TriaHor. Life,. Judge William-, T.! Newman, of the of.Jury' to Agree.: Legislation in South. ..btrtyou dont"hefedto ?

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i ...,,.,,,,. United State court at Atlanta Wednesday ' o ."
tie ockaround '..b
after *.- the f a $
ooi denied. petition"j>
SAME OLD MORBID'CROWLVV [ the brewers to prevent the state prohibition WAS THE FOURTH, TRIALTen IN CHARGE OF RECEIVERSJudge

, law from being enforced Followt . :your neck'Lo cure it. 1

ing ia the judge'* order In full ..-:
u, Homicide Affair -Draws .In the Circuit court of the' United Jurors Voted for. Acquittal While Pritchard Appoints Warfleld and

., Host .of enaatlon.a..klng: New States for the northern district of Georgia. Two! Held' Out Firmly for Convlotlon - Williams, Baltimore Bankers, to ALL'ARD'S.U,

Ycrkers to urtroom-Wom.n !. The 'Christian Moerleln Brewing -Fifth Trial Comes 'Up Untangle' Affair, of the Big,.

y 8p.ct.tor''Ar. Barred. Company, et.al. plaintiffs: ,:vs.-C. D. Hill. Sfxth( Railway Aystem. SNOW. .
July ,
'X 1 solicitor: general of the Atlanta circuit. '
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Tho second trial .of Harry K. Thaw et al., defenetant.Inieqult< ,;. After being- out more than 48 hours Because of Its Inability to secure the ,

:, 'was begun Monday New York before ThA.bill was presented to me yesterday funds to pay fixed charges due January"
"afternoon; December SI, 1907 the Jury In the case of .Caleb Powers 1st. this will cure that,, throat -In- abort order __ .
Justice Victor Dowltng; in the state about l1"e.oclook.&I1d: application made at Georgetown,iCy4tried on a bugeof' legislation; Inability being! due to adverse,' I BallanT Snow Liniment penetrates the pores, pro -'
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supreme, court and,at the very. outs,,' for a temporary restraining order. Thl i> complicity.In the murder of William the.south; the SeaboardAir i I Log free circulation,'giving the inusolea more.EasUcltyv' ,
Line '
.of- the proceedings a 'plea fit Insanity application was denied, whereupon Goebel. Saturday-finally reported that the .h nda railroad system was put Into RN6UMAUSMCiYTSSPRItiNS81tUt13; ;.,
of receivers at Richmond
counsel asked for a rule to showcause they were unableto agree uPon'a}Herdiet ,,. CURES
Stanford'White OLD
WOUNDS ,
; _, .at the time of the killing of Va.. Thursday morning, through the action SORES STIFF JOINTS! ,
On the defendant. why an Injunction'pendents and were discharged by Judge BURNS AND ALL.. PAINS.
was enterecs'In., behalf of 'the' lite'should not Issue. Morris. of, federal Judge Pritchard: I ;.;

a ,.defJnda'nt.Lalt: .' After a careful examination''of the This was the fourth trial ofPowers.In who was hurriedly summoned from' GAVE INSTANT: ',RELIEF.
Ashevllle.;; N C. take .?
to
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;year the case was fought out bill I am thoroughly, satisfied that, an two. of the former trials Powerswas cognizance ot Provo *
the application for Henry Stone < Utahwritcst; 'I have need Da11ar '.'
on. a- straight plea 'of not, r guilty, .but Injunction pendente lite cannot' and convicted and sentenced* to life Judge Pritchard receivership Snow I inlmont for Neuralgia, Toothache and sore Threat,
will not be granted. This ,being true Imprisonment, and In the third trial appointed as receivers which upon application gave me instant relief. I can re-oom-

temporary insaclty finally was relied It Is unnecessary to call on the defendants .- he was also convicted and' given the. R. Lancaster.Williams., of Richmond -, cause fromiNe: best JLlnimont I bare rer' used ia curing
and BvDavUa !"t. ... .
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upon i to show cause as requested.WM. death sentence.. .Warneld of Balti pain a, etc.

Mrs. Evelyn Thaw was pursued by T. NEWMAN U. S. Judge. Few criminal trials' have attracted more. Both men 'are Identified 'with PRICK 25C:,.''SOc' AND '$llOO: '

crowds as curious as ever and had' to In accordance.. Judge Newman's more attention than has the case of banking, houses In Baltimore Williams .

be' escorted in and' out of the courthouse action on the petlUon it will be several Caleb Powers, who eight years ago being of the firm: Ulddendorf, 'Wil Ballard '
lams fit Co.* Snow Liniment_ Co.
and Warfleld U presidentof
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detail'of months before any other step be was just entering on his.term as secretary ,
.
h by a ,policemen. taken to challenge the prohibition law, of state when\ William Qoebel. the Continental Trust company. Mr. 500-502: Jforth Second Street.
Tho'usual: curious crowds were gathered Williams is also a partner la the firm .
It.Indeed any other step 1s to be takenat democratic contestant in the gubernatorial .

!about. the crlmlua) counts!! building ..U.he .bill will be filed with the contest then pending'before the ot John L William. A Sons of Rich ST. LOUIS,' MISSOURI.Sold .
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in the hope of catching a''' glimpse of clerk of, the United States court and legislature was' shot and killed at mond. *The- bond.of .each .was bed.'at '

the the defendants, that Is to say, the solicitors Frankfort the shot having apparently f&O.OOO "
harry Thaw as he crossed bride
of the county and superior The title of the case as filed Is:The arid Recommended by
of the
:, of .sighs on the first day of' his second -, been fired from a window .eretary' .
t courts, the clerk of these courts.and Seaboard Air Line,Railway, complainant
v office.
trial. In the corridors of the courthouse For Sale,. at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
the city recorder will have until the Powers was' arrested aud for nearly ; against the Continental Trust Company ._ .,'... ?
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there was also a throng of several L j- -r-mrii-B jn --, if ,.
hundred pJraon's who had first Monday In February to file their eight years has been in various jails In trustees, under the first mortgage

J to witness the opening: scenes.of come this appearance. '. Kentucky, part of the time as a state made defel dant.by the" Seaboard Air Line railway. .. J< KISSIMMEE:
The. defendants will next have until and federal
part as a prisoner.
new rehearsal of an old'story.. A squadof -
the first Monday in March either to with Judge Prltchard's decree gIve. the
being -
Powers was charged accessory
60 policemen kept the
passage ways plead answer or demur to the bill. Not receivers Immediate possession of the
clear before' the fact.'and the open u't.
until then will the case be fairly un his property, which embraces the main -EIVEE. .B.OT3 TJlillrs:
The arrangements wero far better window In office has played a large
der to hearing its stem from,Portsmouth .
way a on merits.. -In various His Va.,'to Tampa
part In the prosecutions. .
than at the first trial: when the crushto '
the Fla. _
meantime the law stands. with numerous branches to coast -
into the fourth trial just concluded continued '. .
get court
room amounted 8TSAMBR LI1.UB. STEAMER' SEA.DA.,1 '
The law firm representing the brewer point. on the east and to Atlanta Montgomery
practically to a riot. for seven weeks.Through Captain Sr. Captain "
v .0Ia1..Tobn.on. Clay Johnson Jt
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lea declared after having been told : and Birmingham on the west a ,
the Inability of a jury to
The word that women were to be- of Judge Newman's decision that the : total of 2,382 miles. Regular veekly, trips to Basilnger s4 return Aoseada leaves .Klsslss- '

barred had been given and there were : firm would fight the case to the end agree" In this last arraignment. Powers The preliminaries to the appointment oe.Tuesday, morning and arrives TUssImmee Vrlday evening \
.Don but female writers will on the sixth day of July next Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeoMibee .
newspaper on *t least through the circuit court of of receivers for the Seaboard: form and Fort Myere on'the 1Jlua.
a
hand Last year at the beginning appeals at New OrleansThis be compelled to stand,a fifth trial for dramatic Incident Comfortable accommodation for pea seagera., Rata reasonable >v
quite unique In rail
his life. The attorneys for Powers The''most picturesque Waterway In Florida.
of the trial women predominated in
effort to bock: the state
,,, the court room and It was their InslBt- hibition law In Georgia by means pro of made a motion for ball, which was overruled *' road history. Decision to put the road "For Passenger ''and 'Freight Rates apply'to t
Into the lands of receivers "
reachedat ,
was
.: once which caused much of the disor, a federal Injunction was made short1y 1 by Judge Morris CLAY JOHNSON SIL.- Proprietor, .
der of the' opening day I before six 'o'clock Tuesday afternoon I In their.appeal to the 'court to grant, day a conference In Washington on Tue. On board "IAW.." KJsslmmee, na.
: 'Bight between meMjbers-of the voting "
Thaw'caae ball. Power lawyers pleaded that the -1
Before the was reached when hr.= '
attorneys for the Christian- : .
; pool'and.creditors: of the road .
defendant was'notIn'good.health and
Justice fowling was called upon to Moerlin Brewing of Cincinnati /
company
fcoth f the Ryan,.and.1 Williams
forces
\1. ; the'fact .
charge the. January grand jury and to. that la, w of 'that"hejurycould r'r .
Ohio and the Chattanooga Brew. New .' ;
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concurring.,, )' day explication ,
., not to his guilt be should
.attend to the other formalities of the tug company 'of Chattanooga, Teuo, agree as "
for the receivership waa-made to :
.n n, term. The judge arrlvt'ld' the presented to Judge William "T, Newman be. allowed to'give bal1j" "M Waddlll he Judge : Immigrant, : e
In Richmond
but
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-- referredthe
court building shortly after 10 o'clock a bill alleging the state prohibition 'Another motlon'O. (.the defense'that, '' ''
the date of the next trial, be fixed In 'party' to Judge 'Pritchard of .the
C .and the day's sassion was formally law was contrary to the constitution United V Americanization
State circuit court who was at
ten days was overruled and the date
opened a few minutes later. of Georgia and also to the con-
Three separate court sessions were stitution of the'United States.A was set by Judge Msrrlsor. July 6. his home !It Aah v1lle./ N. C. Responding ' emm f fmfmmmmmfmfmm' ,

Ten of tho, twelve men on the jury ,to an urgent request by.wire the Why to'Speak'Engllih. '
:held during the day. and at the close restrainlng'order is asked againstthe Scandinavians.Prefer
voted for acquittal two'holding out Judge started at once for Richmond, t **
nine tentative jurors bad been selected prohibition law on two grounds: -' C\ "
talesmen for conviction. Foreman J. T. Price and was met ftt Danville Va., Wednesday -
out of fifty-seven examined that allegation that It violates the constitution '
of ,Grant county, aged 66. and J. W. midnight by several Seaboard h
toy, District Attorney Jerome< for the of the state of Georgia and -
prosecution''' and' Martin W. 'Littleton furthermore--that It violates the fourteenth Ranaker of'Harrison. county aged" 62: attorneys, who bad cone' there, from By Brander Matthew '

for. the defense. All -of the men In amendment ot the constitution the two eldest men on the jury were Richmond by special train for a confer hw+llrlse.
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the jury box are subject to peremptory of the United State., the two who refused. to accede to the ence. < ( ka

'challenges, of "which each side has 30.t ,
.In 'view 'of the" difficulty experienced articleparagraph 1,' of the constitution ten.There came near being an acquittal.Mr. ard on board returned to Richmond arriving Is sometimes extraordinarily swift; It did not take: "

last year 'In discharging five jurors of the state of Georgia which Henaker made a proposition to after a fast run at 7'o'clock on longfor Oallatm and A'gassla and Schnrs .to make; them

.after they bad taken the oath ,of sere reads: Mr. Price to vote for acquittal..'.Prlce Thursday morning. .-After' theIr sleepless \ '" ,A. selves'at home here, and the less gifted and the less well educated -'

Ice "It was agreed this tlmo not to "The poll tax, any educational fund held out; although a sick man. Rena- night: and strenuous efforts came foreigner has an ever stronger Incentive -getoat; ,of,
bis old-world .sUelU When''the late Prof. Boyesen went toMinnesota
.admlnlt.r any oaths until both sides now (except the endowment of nod the her tberenpori"laid he would vote with no relaxation, however the party only ."
he surprised to find that his fellow-Woandlna-
was
fUnaliy"are") : satisfied 'with the full debt due to University .of Qeorglaji a Price. C. 3. Marshall first voted for allowing before themselves hasty breakfast,, Mane preferred to apeak English even/ to him; and It was.e. .,

i, ..panelr' ." ..peclal..tai': shows and exhibitions conviction, but coon changed. The presenting themselves be ',It' Dlalned too him that.the use of their nsUve. lonrD..'wonld r._

Chronology of Malodorous Case;. and on the ale'of spirituous and malt jurors were 'greatly wrought up and fore-Jud&e Pritchard to have put into veal their peasant origin, and thus itlrith; ;.,social Inferiority- 'to .'Ie ; 'r

* 1900, December-Evelyn Nosbit and liquors which the general 4 assemblyIs there wasonuch 111 feeling among them. effect the arrangement reached'at the tleman who had been graduated from the University of Upsala.'whereas the' '

mother' go to New York.: Evelyn becomes hereby authorized to assess, and the After the verdict was read In court'two midnight conference for the passing of use of EngllsbMifted them all to the lofty table land ot American cttixenshlp. '1

4 artist's mod"1. proceeds of ins commutation' tax for of the jurors shook Powers by the the crippled roar with its (72.000,000 The process of assimilation, .at'work now under our own eyes,.was visible! V,

'. V s' 1901, March-Photograph In roadway military service and all taxes that hand and actually cried. Powers states capital and. $58,000,000 liabilities out also'to our fathers and to our' forefathers.. Indeed there la no stronger, phenomenon

magazine leads to engagement may be assessed on such domestic animals that he Intends to fight. the case to 'of the control of' the voting* trust Into In all the marvelous' history of clvlllsatlpn tban.tbl. very process' t '

k with' Tloradora" company. ..s, from their:nature and habits, .the bitter end.JORDAN. the hands .of two men. The necessity than this Americanization of countless alien., generation after generation
for with no Violent modification ofAmerican Ideals. '''Three centuries ago. "men y'of
June-Goes with "Geisha" are destructive'to other' property, are prompt action arose from the maturing
company.
a .r sturdy English fibre began to come In search-of mental religious and -economic -
hereby set 'apart and'devoted of heavy liabilities January lat.
: &,, July-Introduced 'to Stanford White.Augustv.coyed for the CALLS; MEETING "
freedom as an'.Cllte'fltudent of .octal,conditions has phrased IL"Darrng
support of common schools By the decree the receivers are em
,, Into White's Mad- -
men In search of new experiences came as adventurers and discoverers
lawn Squarer> den and This section of the state constjtu- Of Executive Committee of Cotton A. powered borrow money If needful to of l
: tower drugged., Men; moral daring came In search of religious\ and civic freedom. Men ot 4
4, December Evelyn met Harry Thaw Uon argue the attorneys, In so far as soclston| to Be Held In Dallas' Tex. pay such rental as may become due Industrial and commercial daring came In search of larger opportunity. These f ?

; while with the "Wild Rose" company., it provides for the assessment of a President Harvlo .Jordan of the purchase cars, efc.. and pay forlaborand ,men established Ideals andrset standards and created tendencies for a nation. iVA,

; .,' With various companies early In following special tax on the sale of spirituousand Southern Cotton Association: has Issueda supplies but not for any other purpose These standards these ideals these'tendencies still survive after almost three

year. malfliquors Is mandatory and Im call for the meeting of the national without? an order of the court-bav Hundred years, modified a little no doubt but developed only not. radicliy

a t- ,90S-Evelyn sent to Mrs. De Mllle's perative and implies an inhibition on executive committee to be held at Dallas ins primary jurisdiction. transformed: and never renounced. The Americanof today whatever nil descent -

ichooj i. Pomport N. J.. by White. Ill the part of the general assembly of Texas on February 19, next. The effect of the receivership! will befarreaching .has most of the characteristics of the American of yesterday Ideals

there( from appendicitis Georgia. to the exercise' of any author. The annual convention of tho- association In Baltimore, where the endure and aspirations hare'not been' blunted" by time or turned aside by alien'lnffn t

1903-Went 'to Europe with Harry Ity with respect to- that subject, which will also be held at 'Dallas, securities of the, company are more nces.-From the Century.

., Thaw passing..hls wife )In tour of would frustrate the purpose of that Texas February 19 and 20. The regular largely dealtn/ and held than In..any R el R .

'the continent. Returned alone in Oc- provision; 'Therefore they'continue to annual meeting of the various state other trading center, not even excepting ,,,.

Mrs. Nesblt mother of Evelyn, reason the prohibition statute passed divisions of the association will be New York. The bond issues placed on .. R.. -wt<, :.

quarreled. with Thaw in London and by the legislature .la contrary to the called: to, meet at their respectivestate the property since It haa been merged "'. '
aforementioned provision of section 8. Into one system aggregate 136,762,000;; TheCommercialization. .P '\ ,1rI
was left there Evelyn refusing. to re.J.turn capitols throughout the cotton :
article
with -.ber.C 8, of the. constitution of Geor belt .on Wednesday, February 5. of which amount it Is estimated nearly rf.emsdb.

/ 1904-Evelyn and Thaw made second gia. $5,000.000 Is held In Baltimore. .

'' trip to Europe, Thaw wanted to'ma JAPE FLED PRECIPITATELY. ; : v:,
STORK BUSY. IN GOTHAM. NEW YEAR'S AT- WHITE HOUSE. ie'LtlW'I'
Pressed
rr her; she refused. for reason --'-- i' .t
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for refusal she told Thaw of her Made r-- Mob invades Oriental Quarter at Ogden Reeelv.s C By Judge If. P. Baldwin,
with "White. 125,126 Visits to New York Families President Iere for Seventh
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experience, 1905-Thaw and Evelyn married In' During Year 1907. 'Utah, But Police interfered Time a. Chief Executive: formerly of the Indiana Circuit.' ,
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With cries cf "Hang the;JapiJ" two JWI&Jj
y Pittsburg. April' 5, and later_ wentto The stork made 125,126:>> visits In New hundred the' President Roosevelt received at the "
men Invaded Japanese white house Wednesday for the seventh
New York. There White annoyed Eve.wslyn York during'1907
city according to statistics .
with his attenilons. quarter at Ogden, Utah, and but for the : time a New Year's throng of wellwishers HE law 'baa become commerClaI1Z, It,baa' wofuJl deteriorated -
.... ; Just prepared by the commissioner timely arrival of the a'riot would
-1 1906-;Thaw shot and killed White! of health pqllce, which was three hours in passinghis : In many' respects. Commercialism has penerteetT "J"
Madison, June have resulted. hand. Mrs. Roosevelt and 'the ; : many of the legal Ideas and purposes of the old"school. In- '
Square garden
on roof Ii.au'.ver
This is Increase
"' White bad an pt The trouble was brought about by ;members and\ ladles ot the cabinet were ?..gtea/1, of looking upon the law'a. a::profession. Incidentally"'
claiming spoken
ZS 1906 :
the'prevlo'iis year': The figure-
nejr the placing of a number'of white lafcerers'wlth > Ills 'assistants. furnishing livelihood for the lawyer our young'men. today w

gt ,Insultingly of Evelyn the. preceding give New York a higher'birthrate'tha'n.London the Japanese In the railroad Though. curtatled; In number 5,645, ,are going Into law because they _think they,can make or.mOD.ey .
night In the Cafe .Martin and lead of ore than t
a 40
u there than elsewhere .
The
yards. threats of lynching by more than a thousand over the preceding
b01-Tbaw' trial for murder In per cent over Paris,'__ by the mob frightened; the Japanese- New Year' day. the receptionwas This Is a perversion 'of'the whole legal.principle.;, If

4; :first degree began January 23, the Jury During the. year there were 79,205 Into deserting their homes and they, resplendent In alt the Incidents of there Is any class I detest It la' the ambulance chaser.: .It

finally disagreeing on April IS Thaw deaths giving a death rate bf 18.48 per : fled In every direction. Q tradition which have accumulated to 'I. the m tl 'of every decent member of the legal 'profession that- the. client-
': ..remanded to jail without ball. thousand must hunt the ,.lawler,.not the lawyer the client.
t. JURY ACQUITS PETTIBONE. Its Interest for more than a century But while' (Here has been declineIn: some features of the law It Is no

worse! than other profession;, What, Is the literature-cf today and who are
'CHANGE IN 'WIDTH OPPOSED EDITOR KILLED BY ,- TWO KILLED; THIRTEEN HURT
WIFE'Dgmetlc
'13* ": : literary giants Where will you find a great novelist this COQntr1tNam.,
Was Tried "Complicity' In Murder of '''*'-** #' If yon can; a truly'great poet T Where are our great oratqraT Are. there'any

e PanamaCanal, Locks Will..B., Built as Trouble Ends Tragically In *- 'Governor Stsunenberg. 1 > By.Tsrrlflo. Itxplo.IOft'of Conv.rternBt.l' ; ''I Websters or Choatea Infbur profession? any.IongerT' '.
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t' Originally Planned., Plant. .. You will find ,the same baneful.effects-of commercfallam'In'tbcblJ'b. "'
Halisttev1114'Texa..*," +' .The jury' In the case'of George A. men : ,,
'decision the Isthmian Two were killed and thirteen Larger congregations and more beautiful buildings don't take the of rest
By unanimous U' "plaee
Thursday afternoon he was eaten ,)Pettlbone! on trial:at Boise, Idaho for '
Injured .
others were by an explosion In religion. _
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banal 'will recommend to .
Commission .
"'" *
'. ti : eecretar/ war thatthe, locks on lngrhis, 'office: ,-': ...JtjBeaumler, 'editor conspiracy 10'eonnectlOD: 'wlth. the murder converter) o;', S"of the Edgar Thornp What'we need an ethieahn'iva W.'need higher sanart* in.all'our. ,f

't 'canal"be constructed'at their prey of'the Uatlettsvllie" (Texas) Herald,was of Governor SWunenberg.. returned ion plant of"'the ;United States' Steel professional and personal'activities.The law, In particular...'1& ::be..nacom-1'"
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ri a Verdict: of not. guilty,shortly afternoon company at North Braddock. Pa* Wednesday merclaliud. Lawyers need, to' pay more .attention to ,logic. ;
linnd blswlfe.
namely one hot and killed by
e ; projection) widths She was '
Saturday. Pettlbone an'offi ' '
: aDd
.was general development less to the mere acquUltlon iaaMpr poOt- .
holding that this,will be oarpia arn ltecI,and under ; : ,
feet placed $2.000: ball cer In" the Western Federation of Mir I Six of 'the injured were cal prestige.. Instead of giving our time to politics wej 0 '1s.ea-
formal!, commercial: shipping, .for. Domestic troubles are",said to be the AmerlcanSj lulrlog-.a '
nera* during": the C eur. d'Alene. troubles and the'other. Slave ... wder'range'and'more, thorough knowledge and at .
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equal to the amount Ret subscribed,
from our author.w t
.y *. All. _aammunlcatJana I.s-ta.",,,.t ejio.pt be shoed by the wrluir.Maieeted appoint n committee of three to getup iii 5 Prescription on, we can fill them correctly. 'Z ,COUNTY f1eBNT8 FOR
matter will not be returned unlea the exhibit.
.alleifor. Hiecifu1lv, 45 We are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES, which "
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jV, 't VAN DUZOR.r. 9 *> | Celebrated Fertilizers I
Entered at the....lIo/IIoe In Klanlmmea, Fla.,M > are guaranteed. I
; ......- _...U matter.Friday \\ '. Howell I Lvkes appeared| before __ _ _ .,._ _ '. ,' __ g GRAIN E T o.
"'" ; _= --.-- the hoard) presenting the Tampa '
Fair uAaaoclation and asked. the Board ClrcMl r* and Price* -
.January 10,. 10O7 to .appropriate as large a\sum. aspossible 8_FULL .LINE,, TOILET. ARTICLES.. % p.r.l..... or Application.HIDES ..
!lit fur the purpose of having '
M ,. an exhibit from" this county. He I I / / / / / V VVVVVVVVVVVVV. .
,Postmaster' General) Meyer ha slated that rather than not hare this
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issued an order directly 'bearing county Fair asHwclalloii tepresenU'd,would he believed contribute the 4Iuraaeaanralliad.lkie.,6 w w.Ike.lkera/1r 11trl..ae,6uatr1hII. F.URS. WOOL_ ..:

upon the, prohibition movement The *.10000fLAI' <-on lli. .rable, discus-,
l'' order sate It shall be a condition of talon'on the matter till Hoard having rj Picture Moulding oo tr r Produce a. Speclai-ty. ,
J.W.FUNERAL. THO ;
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any;:, contract bereafwr entered into to meet again itn 'i'ueaday left. the = ,
for the carrying of malls upon star matter pending while they .could as- 4 ws..MSMa
< ccitaln the sentiment of the businessmen 0-
I All J Kinds of Frames 2 .
screen'wagons special .
messenger! or : and tnxpitu'rtt as, much as J .. - - -
k service rouun, that the contract; possible_ In the short" time and would .. DIRE CTOR i made to Otlier.tI. kltestrtE.ILfk.hliraeerarlflLalt+ ttrI4eetA.Aaatrdt.Ru./. 8t
carrier shall not transport IntoijleatIngr again/ take the matter Up on Tuesday I jj! ;; ,
morning. Two tiavelllng LICENSED EMBALMER 1 .!
liquor from one point to another I paupers '

y' upon such routewhile In the' performance for appeared assistance before to the reach Board their and home asked In .J r: Prompt attention: Given to J! S. Floyd & Co.. ,

of Uiall tervloe.B !South:; Florida. The;Board not 'wish i < lug to establish! a precedent! refused' 4 Nice Line of Ladies' and i i !
f Our new Senator Bryan has left for assistance but from among the members j telegraph. J
Washington to tuke un Ills senatorial and bystanders txiok up a subscription + Gents' Burial Robe-s. : KK
duties, and if lie.finds no bouquets 01 and gave to the Shell IT who /l Residence West Side of b ] GROCERS
"' purchased tianspoitation. to their -f t .
feel : -
his desk: awaiting him, he should'' homes PHONE 78 Court House Square. 41.n. / l
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+ no disappointment, for he took more It was reported to 'the Board that ...... B+,'tSr.e.j&Z.t,9uaiatarrC.i. ;&$... ..ai\ulIuA' ""' ...a'k.' """ .: ;&, ... CAI.. fl' NEW GOODSat =
a with him; culled Iron the. glowing there wan a negro at. Mr. Carrots NEW FIRM
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gardens of the hate press column, Turpentine camps' who claimed, that - --- -- Do- ., ,10'
he had been thrownnlf the train by a 1---------- 4 Do-
than' any senator that e'f'I.ft the (onductor unil was badly 'In need uf ,, .1 .
t>tal, -unii they were !gorgeous( ones, medical attention, and, Mr. Carroll 1. R. L. HARRIS. M. D. .' J. S. ,MC EWAN.! 4 Full Line of High Grade Fresh > .t;.
} ....,.,. Uy t the way. If Mr. Bryan took wished. him removed. from bin place Family and Fancy Groceries ;:r.
with him to 'anhtntrton a remedy for hereupon the board appointed Com HARRIS' SAN I
,% the existing financial IrouVlen In this mssioner J. It. Hronson to. \invesi 1QRIUM.: FREE DELIVERY .
tlfate i! the case and to take such action ., t
counirv, he will do well to lose it on as.In his judgment was necessary ORLANDO FLA
the road or burn it an soon as he gets Board took recess until M o'clock Prices night Kissiiitinec, Fla. "
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lh re.-Li\eOak Dem( 'rat.HrOivard Tuesday Hoard morning reconvened/ Jan. 7th at.\I o'clock A Priyat' Institution built and equipped with all modern

Oo\'pl'nor has appointed Tuesday morning, there being present conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of *Rr tf'r__'u 'qtr +e'Y .Y sv Y> sr

e W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville< an Uniicdsiaton a full membership of the board and the sIck.Terms. .

Senator to succeed Stephen H. before Deputy the Clerk board Pi and.'of.urged Meek the appeared! board Reasonable. Write for Particulars BUDDED TREES !!

"Mallory deceased This gives Jacksonville to make an appropriation' for, the C ,
both the Senators and it Is, State Fair. After a lengthv discussion ,- -'
by the members of the board ---- --.. '
up to Mr. Bryan to see if he
can -- -- --- --- - Islesworth Nurseries.t'HASE
which was joined in by several!
hold the place against all-comers next
tax pavers present, the board decided .
xprlnir./ Mr. Uryao *wall already a'' they would not take part In thePair
this ( CX).. l iHiriUKlons J. W. rlOAHD# AGENT l
candidate and l Is one of the State'semattest at Tampa jear.In
voung men, and probablyno compliance with'the law /govrnlng We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general. .1
> the drawing names for jury tit of and Grapefruit Trees of all
assortment Orange leading varie y
man in all the State has crown in
box for the 1M)8( the board

year proceeded ties. Our trees are budded on j'ood. healthy rough Lemon andSour 1i
popularity with such strides as he, and to select from the list of ; Orange roots, guaranteed tree from insects pests of any kind 1
the Governor did what his friends expected 1t'II..tel'pcJ'owrll the highest: numberof Q All budded from hearing trees In our groves and therefore true to .(
Injl'lvlnR his close friend) aDdDlanalCl'I' names of persons qualified. After name.. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to ,
E* the plum.-Da.de which board adiourned to meet again none and our trees are as One as money and twenty year's exper.ientrican .
Star.
r City. In regular session I"(>b. 3rd, JH08.K. this
Irodul'e.Ve are making specialty season of the -
It. LESLEY Clerk famous California Valencia Late which la destined to become the'greatest "
Agitation/ for another "wet"! 01'1 .
4.'dry"election has already started, My Arthur- IfVDoimiran, D_-C. Florida Midwinter International ExpositionJACKSONVILLE money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct .... .J
from the best bearing trees. in tbe district now famous for pro'dircing
I wish show ,
to iuy appreciation by FLORIDA
and, we understand a petition for the best Valencia In California.
extending1! thanks to my many friends HF OI\/I JANUARY '6T.... TO APRIL I6TM. I0O8.
.signatures. to that end will be circulated who voted for me -dul'lol tliV! watch The Larmnt E position Ev.r Held; In the!!tate, Special PeaturaM Every Day. Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha Fla., or call and Nur- j
r as Boon as the .two years. contest of,last ",,,,-Ii:. Motor Boat Races, Air*hlp.. 8c>u..'.Be' d. and the Midway attraction will be the bent ever in see our
the Stal.direct from Jamestown l-Kpoiltlon series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R, -
(required by law), since the lastelection CORNELIA MORRISON.
shall --- .. ---- .- -
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will) be next month. The Valley
Gazette, believes -
that to call an

election of this kind now, would be WATCH THIS I SPACE. J
e unfortunate for the county, Not only .
> because of the expense Incident thereto -

but because of the detentions ,

z and 111 feelings: that .are always engendered f -- - '--- -- -- ,1,

'. ..J by, such contests. W OOOOoooooo
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"t rea.onfthat also belleye*?;that can ,,thei-e be'advanced f is\, no /good for .....,\ '< '" :;.--.T11FKissimmee '. -;- % .\, ,' When Wanting New Rubber Tires I Card of' Thanks.:!' : t

such an election 10'this county. The Drug Co. : .
business men of Kissimmee are almost ,h
f a unit In the contention that - OR OLD ONES RESET ." .:
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business conditions have greatly Improved EDITOR VALLEY GAZETTE: \?

under the dry regime, and astor WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. Write- R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO, FLA., :
1 the moral side of the quest.lon.thel'e -----*-- the Only Rubber Tire Man in South Flor We are too busy this Week 'winding' up the old year's business to'

;' very seldom is really]]now no that comparison a drunk It man h We carry the largest and ida. 'He does the work right and his.price j i write an advertisement but you can just say to our friends and '.cus- !

H the is seen wet In Kissimmee dispensation, whereas such sights under In most town.varied stock. of our. line is right. See him before you. go else where.- I to'mers that we are truly grateful for the splendid patronage that has, ''f

; were an almost every day occurrence He will save you money and freight. been accorded us during the past and will) ;i ?' ::
and excited very little comment.. Foi We carry none but the Ii year endeavor to merif*

sale of liquor coun would,obviously license, be the a I freshest and purest of drugs. ! Respectfully, + continuance of the same in the future. ,f .k

p.! step backward, from which It would at all times. .J ":

,. take years to recover, and .we do Your prescriptions are filled j Very. truly1, .t;
not believe the voters .of the
county .
by a Graduate in Pharmacy i HOLLAND (
are willing to take that step R -, -'

p Mot ce. perience.besides five years'actual ex-. j| ]{ H. C. STANFORD CO. .

I am prepared to do first class dressmaking -- - '"
this Doesn't this mean something | | ''r' '
winter and ask the ladies xtaoaaoossocluhoetoooooaoaottotInca
to call and see me. .Satisfactionguaranteed. ? i | ,
. c. A. CARSON J, A. CRANFORD. .
'MRS.
KEHDKW. We carry sufficient help to ] | 1Ie "' ''''''' '''''''''''''''-- '''' '''''''' PreiUent. Vlce-Pmldent 8. L. LUPFBR.Secretary. -. ,: .

F deliver your packages within ; |
',a few moments after the pur-;; Ftr ,
South Stables. r
The Sunny
Perfect WayS I chase. This is not idle .. |
KISSIMMEE
boasting but we want yourbusiness" LUMBER CO. i iI

and we know we .:
L. H. INGRAM \ .
Proprietor.
" can please. i
of Florida Cltiz:. Have i
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,!. If you is suffer from' 'backache.There - -- I LIVERY SALE and "BOARDING !BRO.*" =1 tt t Rough and Dressed ;,'.

only one way to cure It. Kissimmee Drug Co. :; '.
The perfect wa'y U to cure the kid Phoaa IO3
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" A bad. back means sick kidneys. I ll equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and $ j
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'? Neglect urinary U-oubles follow] I prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satisfaction. $ :".rte';+, ..

.4; kidneys Doan's only.Kidney. .Pills are made,....for' CITY BARBER -SHOP i
HOUSE- BILLS A ; : ;J
8. B. Lemons, clgarmaker, livingat SPECIALTY.ITKinfmnnnnnnnooonnryTnooonrcKionorinnnrii .. ,
1311 Asblejr street, Tampa, Fla., ;
says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills Now Open for Business .. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . i M M
and they cured me of backache and :1
disorder of the kidneys. Two or in Patrick's Old Stand. ftwwv.+'rrw9fVr'P. """" :

three times on account of the pain in .' ____ _n _ __.u _ __________.--,--__ _._ MALSBY :MACHINERY :
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NEW: CHAIR COMPANY: .
my back I was unable tq go to work .. { I
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tl for several days. The secretions ol .. | 'L..A.-- :
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the kidneys were In a'el'Y bad condition NEW RAZORS .. area m tac. P.... 1174? 22 Ocaaa) Street._.. y ,
dark la color and if allowed. to ,NEW EVERYTHING lit NORTH K1SSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. tt .-d'
stand would become the consistency Portable and Stationery En 1'10,
.of Jelly. I tried various remedies. and Boilers; Sawmills; Woodwork
.., taking what seemed like gallons ofP ..Satisfaction Guaranteed.. t C. W. Griffin log Machinery and Supplies. Complete "
medicine and I also put on plasters. .. ]j line carried in stock., Liberal
, w but nothing helped me*vt all until I on NO PAY.warted. term.. Write for ..' catalogue.
got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the advice State. agents for the Olds Gas and.
n of a friend of mine, and using/ = .OasoliMe ErKiresMA.C -- -
fit,, them according to directions they Fancy Family Groceries
a cured me in s very short time." Live Sandhill Cranes, Otters, Wood '
r y For sale by all. dealer;:. Price 60cents. Ducks and Ble Fox Squirrels...'.High I' H I1 NER
.-. .Poster-Milburn. :Co, Buffalo, prices pa 14. Dr Cecil French, Naturalist Fresh M ats. \ \ r ,
New York, sol agents for:.tbe United Washington, D.G*. oct 26 7m. 1 ,
StatM.4 ij : Deliuery,Every Day: at any.Hour.:, Patronage Solloised\ ', D. .
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t : :* ober tbe.name Donh'acdsoother. Oysters la, lli. styles ,,at. G bent:', I : BRING US YOUR JOB PRINTING 1
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Our hue Is.t u larg- Most Line of Christmas r
Furniture -- ? ,rt t ,, Complete Crockery .

bat, best and prettiest II r h' "


ever In, .Klsslmmee ,and '' Ever Displayed in Kissimmee.We ,- I ,,


are MARKED LO'V.Rockers of all kinds, ,/ J.

r Book,Cases Side .1 nards. have a beautiful assortment of
t t'" 4 Fancy BUYer Pieces, VJae ,. Cup and ,.. '
.China Closets, Dining i / m Saucers, Cake Plates Berry and WaterS
,i, 1 ,, ti Salad Dishes, Etc. .Dont fall to r ,,
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I Chairs, Oak Suites-" Iron ; wstia' set them.. /'


Beds, and Bed Springs./ Ia ; ?, . FOR THE CHILDREN . .. r'
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" y" We have complete line of Doll. Doll ati'
We Carry a Full Line ..' l Carriages, Rocking Horses,. 'Drums,

Balls, Air Gums, Express Wagon BIO .
} LINE Olr'b. and 10 CENT TOYS. ,

A'''Spend Id. Line of Ruga, and Matting. Most [Joy ;

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The KlsslmmeeWalleu; (Gazette You will always hnd fresh candy at Wade, the. Tuner Orlando. Bo..n..onVedneflday., .an. 8th, to Mr. Ft A. Armstrong, of Utlca, N. Death of Time Bass."
1 I G Gilbert. 47-tf. Mr, and Mm. E. L.Lelley. adau bter. > ., -member of the New York State. .
Dwellings, for rent., apply, to.At. Photographer Association, M here We are called .upon this. TELEPHONE NO. 11.. Ingersqll Midget watches' 2.QO: *at Tiller. Horn dlrZ on Friday Jan. 3rd. to Mr. prospecting, and If he can find a suitable chronicle the death of Time Ball, 1 j.
and Lee .
fa"z'l. Handy a dauahtOr.Attor'nev. location will studio in of Osceola's !
Price Davenport at. 8. C.O. Hard open a one very best citizen., i
P. A. Vans Agnew and Klsslmmee. who. In the Inscrutable. wisdomor
Co.Leave x
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY Order for tailor\ made edits, at the ware W. J. Sear were in Orlando. on legal Mr. W. WV Jackson returned with providence was taken In. the. very

Cash Store.Allllinery. packages for the White Star business Tuesday.We his. bride from- Falcon, N. C.. on prime of life and usefulness... .. ti

goods at. and below cost Laundry wit: Quinn Kdmondson .47t overstocked Qolls and Wednesday. morning and they have The deceased wa. about. thirtyfiveyears -
w. B. ."......8. are on r old and had been sick only j
.. at Mr*. Pllley's. I Miss I Verena Martin, who has been are selling them at actual Cost.. taken rooms with Mr.. and. Mr*. 4, week, when he succumbed 'to) th a. '. ,
OSCBOKA PHARMACY.Mr. 'McPhatter. where they are verypleasaoAy
making an extended visit to relatives of pneumonia. 'Mr
Seventy-five\ roll fancy matting at and Mrs. ravage Bats
J located. .Mr.
.' .. a OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. coat. S. C. G. HARDWARE Co. and friends in this city, returned to Lee Bandy returned this week, Jackson married at .the hpme of was taken 111 at his home about :"
AY__ tftn..tu.or week ndlnc Thun. her home at Mt. Verd, Flag; onWednesday' to his home at llama, to begin preparations ' were sixteen! miles east of town, and was
Is,. Juniuu-r 1.M. Rev. C. M. Drlttain and family retut"ned the bride' parent in Falcon, N. C., attended Dr..
River
for In by of this place
from Macon Ga., last. Saturday. f ... crop of vegetable putting. a spring on Jan'. let, and came on to Atlanta, and Harris, of Orlando,' under whose'ad ". SIt
Rain Mr. J. A. Crawford! vicepresidentof Where they spent. a few days with >
.' ... : vie* he wa removed to Orlando- .
:: yin: rail the Consolidated Naval Stores Co., A youthful couple whose agesaggregated relatives the groom. Mr. Jack. last
Friday being brought the. ,
j Quinn Kdmoadson will call and get. already well known to thepeople across r
of Jacksonville and also of the : only 169 year were son .1* lake on Capt. Johnson's
steamer' and
'. your packages for: the White Star Kissimmee Lumber Co wa* here wedded In Tampa a few day ago of Klsslmmee a*. Mia "Battlelilakehavingltved'here ,ft1
sent the
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71 67 47-tf. up z
Friday. Laundry.
heblushing for time
. this week on business. The groom wan 83 and some 'The IAIralble disease bad
however
S.tm'dar Bundy .: ::: f.. .18 Mr*. J.f... Smith returned home bride had seen only 78 summers. I prior to last September, and is receiving gotten in Its: work and It.
Moadar. . . 711 61 ...r7e..a.r Sheriff Walker leaves today ( Friday a cordial .welcome from her was beyond t
. ... .. .711 66' I .Gl from. visit to relative at. Tampa ) for New York to bring back Frank Tatman with his light draft friend Mr. Jackson I II backat human skill to save him. II* passed,
.. ... . 61 :III last week many about. o'oclock
.w.dn..dAy boat and barge.I now hauling the away Friday nightand
John Hughes,, who I Ie expected to his old behind the prescription
arrive place
Tb..nda.. .. .. . 61' 45 ? ?
I I.s1 celebrated his body was chipped here the
I. Whispering Rill Speer of Orlando, In that city from Panama In fruit from Fuller and Drlggs's counter of the Kl*.lromee Drug on
wag here Tuesday in the interest. of charge: of a special deputy neat Monday Orange Hammock grove. 'He Co. early morning trainSaturday and
r -. --. his has made two trip.already, bringing ----- -.--____ *____ carried to the home'of his mother," ra
nursery. up four hundred boxes of fruit, and The funeral service" were held Saturday :
',' """_" '' Quln Edmonton will call for- your' SHOES HEPAIHED.: Leave' your 'Wednesday for another load Dr. Goldstein's Last Day. afternoon at 3 o'clock and the'

" laundry. Please. have the change for shoes at Mr.' Tress's store, or send Mr. Tatman is also doing a regular Interment wa at. Rosehlll cemetery.' '
Dr Goldstein who has been In
THILOCAL: HELD.will him on delivery' of the same. If.. to. shop in North KISBlmroee. Shoe packet business between. Orange for the ten days and fitted our Deceased. was a brother, of.,Walter. AJ
I city pact Baa Sr.. Cbron. of the Board of :
If; you are hungry KO to Gilbert's. delivered when repaired.THBO. Hammock and Klsslmmee and intermediate many of our. best citizenswith eyeglasses

qulc' lunch restaurant. or' call up 84 BANDY. noints and spectacle. has. decided to and County T. A.Commlllllonf3rli.Rull'Bass ; Bat ,fl
beside whom he
and have your order.sent up. 47-tf.- MlsittaSBie who Mr/H'' T. Lvkes of Tampan remain until tomorrow evening Sau )leave
'" Karen went, up to was a widow and three' 'children
(. I. Fine line of Candle, 1 Fancy and Sanford to spend the holiday "acat.lonwith In town Monday and appeared before urday Jan. llth. If you need the' and an agedmother' to mourn his. J

, t.vCoun: y" court will convene nel-" Plain ordered especially for the her parents, has returned and the Board of County. Commissioners serviced of one who understands his.,) loss..
'"+). onda.Y Holiday trade at. C. W, GRIFFIN'S. was at her post .of duty when the in the Interest. an appropriationfor profession, see Dr. Goldstein; don't.he.l..alAl ]
School exhibit at the State Fair. On and have your eye examined '
Monday. an '
; "Hat at half price av Mrs. 'Pllley'smillinery dIr; M., M. .Kitchen of Louehman.Wat High opened accountot the present stringency In aad.glasses fitted to them. which will Dr. Hicks a.Spe alist., : r

l v.. store. "'' x ,: In-town Monday night and. rode'the .. '.matte.however the make you see properly) and be a great speciallsts'over u t
? for the second time.14pecialanrjee A couple of .. treet performers, money "com In these days we ;Bad i; r
Masonic groat satisfaction and comfort. ,
\ Sterescope view at the C'aahStoie't1,6 whose main feat was to .take up collections missioners decided not to make an ,. the country In almost'' all 'disease ,
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cent each , "'tf1; "i; ,t: .,W pfelt matre*'ef and tell what. they were i appropriation and Osceola county Peace r" .!It I *4. r to which humanity it heir and

'' ,. :.Su'i'f,' X.v: ')4 nf'xt.tencJa.r.' '' q going to do, attracted quite aecrowu will not. be? represented.-at the'\t fair \ .:r,: Costa. .for Stale.I : It wa no ve"Yllreat. surprise to us lop",'
Evaporated" 'Peaches and/ /<'Prunes ,_l l'C.. P'HAHDWAHB ry w. on Broadway Tuesday,evening:"' this. year unless other mean,r; are ""I have a fine )lot. of.round lightwood find that Dr. Hick Is a sttectallst.***'r

atC. W.GRIFFIN'S'Tlle ; .'". v-.' "vi: Try'the. bew barber shop "fcvery-! found to raise tbe.necella..y fund: I 'fence posts which will be delivered though his well known modesty bas's
Miss Emma Futchy the popular anywhere -Klsslmmee. Prices: tt-ft, prevented him from heralding.. to V
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High School reopened Monday'wltAla thing. new and up-to-date. Sharp rag teacher of the fourth grade in the The Lyceum Comedy 'Company I.I lOc; 7ft, 12Jc; 8-ft, 15o. the world as others do. We believe, t
good attendance. sor clean towels, first-class service High School- returned. Cast. week-\ which played here all last week,'closetheir T. H. "SMITH". however, that we have the proof In. **.

,Wanted.-To buy a rood farm horse Florshelm's IS/ Patent Oxfords are from her borne at. Hampton Fla. engagement Saturday night, '" __ the following letter.. that the genial

/cheap,' apply to J. L. Moon.Biglot .the correct thing all to style. comfort, where she went. to spend the holiday when they drew the )largest audience. The Joy doctor Is a specialist and that he. 1a'
of tne en..l..week.. The. watch contest '
etc. Found at H. C_ Stanford Co. In class all by himself:
window 'curtains just arrived only Mills Mamie Woodall has been appointed the last evening became quite of liviof I II to have good health. Use Dr. Hick 1
at H.-C. O. Hardware Co. to 'fill the position of asIstant spirited and In order to secure votes Herblne and you will have bushel of Dear Sir
teacher In the primary department for their favorite of the You need not be blue fretful. g
Misses Surah and Rosa Hegero some young jovi 1 will drop toy it.'lew line as I -r
half, was Ymm.
Millinery prices cut In for the spent Thursday and Friday of last of the High School made men raid la a aupoly of crackerjackand and have that. bad .taste in your told that you could) cure the. old Flour-' ., .
next thirty day at. Mrs. PLlley'! week visiting< friend In Orlando. and I valiant by the marriage of Miss chewing gum that will last. them mouth. Try a bottle.. of' Herblne a ida ito 1 and my baby ha got It and ...*''. 'i

> Mrs E. A. Russell has furnishedroomjfor Sanford. I Breta Butler.. for' some time The watch,, was iusitlvecure for all liver complaint I have spent lear dolars for median 3
, : 52-tf awarded to Mil Nellie. Lupfer, who E. Harrell, Austin, Texas, writes "1
light housekeeping. Principal n. M. Evans, of the Huth Capt. T. A. Bas was up from and 1 cant find any thing .t.batwl11 do
Mr.. F. W. 11111 of Narcoossee' was I School, returned from Tampa lat Fort. Myers Tuesday with 13,000 received over 80,000 'votes, with Mill have used. Herblne for over a year. It any good and I want. you to fill me'; ,
Jesna Gardner. close second. The and find it a fine regulator. I gladly
of Ash out for 1... and
pounds which he had shipped syrtcrlptlon send me
transacting business here last Tues Saturday where he pent the holiday
folded 'their tent. the. Same recommend ,as a tfhe medicine for
I with his from .that. place to the. W. B. MaktnsonCo. company your bill and I- will send .'011'' your t
day parents.For here, by freight foe reshipment night. and left on the early train Sunday ., Sold by Itoberson'sPharmacy charges, pleas, let me hear'from you {

. Mr and Mrs Wi H. Smith of Or.Lando first-close work patronize the to the Western markets. morning fcr Lakeland. I at. once and oblige ,-. '
cam!-. down Wednesday to. I Ivl.it White Star Laundry, Quinn Edmond-
relative. lOP will call for ,and deliver yourpackages. Mr, J. A. Black well has moved his -
J 47-tf to Athton Station and has '
')In.J;>>Ule II 1 offer* great family
f bargaliu[!i In )millinery goods. See New barber shop at Patrick's: old* taken charge as manager. of .the '
turnentinebusinesa
at that place In
ailv,, J Iruni.I. issue; tand. 8erv Ice.by n'tononlal artist he FA
which recently purchased the :
Mrr: Dan Fleming of Ohio, ha.1'a, converaant with all the latest -fads t'In Interest of Mr. W. M. Williams.... Big Millinery Sale : 5

- '. rived to spend the winter with his : barberlng. Headers of the Saturday .

{ daughter, Mrs. L.A.Minx.Mr. ..! Syrup of White Pine and Tar 1 Is a Post and Ladles Home Journal Evening can ,
will 'positively cure
remedy that :
; Harry Roa-ero.ol Jacksonville cold For sale at KIs- renew their subscriptions\ with. NelsonA.
camei; down-to attend the. "'Ollver-Car cough and Co.I. Al-tf Russell authorized agent for Curtis ',- ..
I'jv son wedding Wednesday night. slmmee Drug Publishing Co., and save their \ .1 ,
Rev David D. Kidd will holdservice 91.60 a 48..,. I
The postage. year.
Es Dr./Jno. E. Ennnls, of Narcoossee in the Episcopal church Sun- ;, --.........
.; Sunshine Home Wednesday Small orange sweet. 1 U _
pent service 10:30, grove large ,
Morning .
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attendi i(g to business in Orlando. day next. 4 o'clock. seedling tree Two house- artesian i ,
evening! service at four miles from KUslmmee ,
well 40
State Auditor W. R. Saddler was
Mr. E. D. Hogan came up' from acre,. near railroad station, good'

1 ,' .here ..Wednesday up the county on his ofllclal regular round.checking .': been Loughman spending on a tick several furlough day and here hat I ,Vegetable. land.. J Price. Ik. WILUKTN.9850. JR. Now Is the time to save money. For the next

For Sale.:- Bowling alley,, with' wUi| hi* family recuperating.. D./ IlotuBdo has had 'the bowfin .II .

s complete" set. of balls H, .FOUNTAIN.and pins. Big. .Good rain have fallen here during alley taken out of the building which I will entire of Mil"
t bargain. the paw week,. and the prospects now he recently purchased' from K. 'A. thirty days offer my stock .

'. .' :Try Klsslmme Drug Co's. Little are .that the boat. will soon b$ enabled Niemeyer.. and hat moved his stock I '
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' . Catharlo Granules for Constipation c. ,
to resume theirrenular trip* from the Beamaji building next door'

?rpld-LIver and !mOIl n llI. 51tfif 0 and consolidated his two store Into finery at'a Reduction. '-. I
1 1i Mr. R H. Hill of Cleveland ? Big ;
4tBthDK match : ,
will be pulled .
; A I'who is pend IngTTW1 winter at Alta- one.The ,
v off' tonight at Butler' pool room be- I ..., came down Saturday on a law firm heretofore existing : :,:
.' 1J.tween Pete. .Peterson; anti-Lee ',)lI1toD, I .. visit to his old friend. R. D.,,between J. L. Moon and J. W. Oliver .' < ...... " : .r'

;.\IA.' ''The'Christian. and Missionary Fuller. has been dissolved by mutual eon- Untrimmed date that were .' '.. "' $1 00 now .. l50 : 'r ,!".. ;'? r
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sent, Mr; Oliver having decided to re- ,. .'; 'I" fr 1
Alliance will bold services at. the I W.. t .
rv I Alliance Hall next Tuesday at 7:15: Va.! r., ,1 C.* spending M. Suck; of a St.few Mary's day ,berelooklnl' tire from the practice of law and devote Untrimmed! Hats that were '._ '.. J,' ','; 1 ,150 ,. now '1 're ; :"':J.-.. ';: ,'
,his time to farming and oranlleJtro.wlnlt' .
.. p. m;; Into \the orange growing industry ,,, '
t..OO: : ,
.t.; Mr-.,. 0.' -H. Bryan came In fromC.abgtas.last and may decide to plant or Untrimmed Hats'that were' 200 now ,7 .. . ..., .. ;

.., Saturday with three buy a grovel! ,. The J.:. C. L. has had .the 'watertank .; '
that b ; n
Trimmed Hats, were 00. now 2 00)
at the depot torn down and Is
lime ..daor,, two of which be killed. Mr. 8.. S. UrlRtln ha rented ;drl.
Thur a, and one on Friday. < to the. resIdenoe now haying an entirely new substructure Trimmed ; '))25 : "
Bearden's cottage. next built on which tt will be Hats thaUwere 6 00 .now'. 25, "
I The criminal docket for the County of R( T. Butler and I I. preparing -i again erected; The old foundation '

Court._"blob,meets, next Monday..., Is to move hi. familyher. from I had "become rotten. and .there. was Trimmed Hats that were ... 'l 150 now !t'oo; : )e'.
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'>quite heavy one and the court will Orlando.Commissioner. I danger of.its Jailing down.- " ie : It-
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''probably be In seulon.. several rdaJ 'Rllev Godwin .the. I.. Edw..Pound. who baa for the past > *" I I : *- ; .

cuff' and shirtsto Whittier district! wa*, accompanied Similar Reductions will be made on Caps and Ready-to-Wear } ,
Send! your collars:: five months been in the employ of the oodSe .' ,
the '..WhiteStar Laundry., Quinn by his family oa his trip to town this Southern' Fxnress Company as ... ."f,"rvr r
'adson will call for packf ., week to attend. the ,rea-ular"montbl,7), 0 .. M$
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jour < messenger on- the F. A., between Cost '
. b you will notify blm.::; 47 tfWrtindlt'sisod meeting_ :.of"the board, r.' C.rrabelle."a., and Cuthbert, : : .This! is, below Actual.. Come .early and make' your selections .:: 4 "(
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: the,, hand 'received i .Do you seedanewrsuits' We can Oa., came borne Tuesday to' spend nsv, ''.' .. . '
o'er a hundred! dollars as. .it.* share fit. and. please 'you, either. Ip readymade vacation. of a few days 'with his ... :

of'' the, tmsveede from, the ,Lyceum ,.or or If TOM prefer having' it parental after which be will have .* ,. "if' :," ..."rr' ,, :, .; '-- IV1RS. .PILLED, : :
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eirfl Interesting [Hemet from the 4,. 'UQ tun e '


i chives of,UM<.Crowa-of' .AragvX x:. i t L'ion'Itdybprtetatah4 '

Was Fulton really the first who, ap. t i Y 1
J Barn' Not Stained. many bens will produce so many Filed steam to' navigation Aecord .a Owft'COft\el-
time that much. Farmer who bar lug to the following .
which report which exIsts "
We saw a barn the oilier day
tho tried raising hens with poor success in the Archives of the Crown wttttihe, OSI\! gtjteec.'JIruly
I had [never been stained up' from laugh' this at theory. Perhaps of AraTron in Barcelona .b tnefic Q XA1we'
accumulation''' of manure along the may Spain, dated } I .
sides. In fact, no manure was ever they might do better to examine the 1543. he was, not. The report' Is at Wt' fJi.,4 .i
Iieb
thrown out. Every day it was Storm experiment more fully and follows: New York City.-Mandarin sleevesof Blouse l or Shirt Waist. :, tcH.t, o tits font ire AI' F,
when it fled out-as they can -Just why they Blasco de, h.W tK i \V'' <'
thrown Into a spreader, and daray. captain de mar. the modified sort are always charmingly Every fresh variation of, the shirtwaist *< daUx*, asWel .,

Was full the manure went on to themeadows. did not. do at. well.. -New Karen RegIster. presented In the year 154S to theEmperorKlpg graceful and are to be ;extensively can be relied upon to meet with lure MOV. be graJnaiomer di'P"'Pe"R, "

.-Indiana Farmer, I -. -' Charles V. (I. oSpain worn'' throughout the season. a hearty welcome. The garment U Mica, NedM 4$ ,

Maintaining Fertility. a vessel.) a without machine, the.to run any kind of Illustrated Is an exceptionally attractive such an essential one that no woman, wrn .,when\ Ye uired' ; areto__.....
band Yll'ld"The help of
the oars 01
Make
; In farming li. I The most Important matter In sails. In spite of the obstacles and j thinks of being without' generous b-1atnrattd t not to lltpJant tie rte&kv',
of success
secret
number and novelty In cut and 'styleIs
farming Is maintaining the fertllltj ) vHicfi MuatJeprn d ultiwitJv
each of 'land yield Hi oppositions he met. he obtained from Aiwciiens, -
to acre
make to This Is entirely -
of the soil that there frill boo sure please. one
so
the Emperor the command that the .l.t"t, .
.
utmost at the least possible expense: distinctive and fresh and Is well upon proKj-.npt ,
y bushels of wheat diminution of crops. The necessary experiment: should take place In the rP.ftcffol't.cl nt.1t} ." "'lfj. .
sixty ,
As: many as thing In. the fer"tll- adapted to "walstlng :flannels wellas .! :
have been grown on one acre; as an maintaining port of Barcelona This took effect to taffeta and washable material; 10 t a .bene r..l, of feM alwga. ,'
farmers wb, ity of the soil says a :writer of note, on the 17th day of June, of said fear !
experiment yet some "
: and In supplying the needs of the 15 4 3. ". Also the fashionable' stripes make a btty"th:, genuine\ :
secure twenty bushels: per acre an effect when made. As Illustrated -
good so -
satisfied. There Is always "room at ter.average, If the worn supply out soil.of organic Is organic matter mat 'ebanlt'al'- Camay would, not show the me- tho material la one of the new 5yru 1ldUXJt tw ,:

!the top 'In farming as In every other Is maintained part of his machine, although Scotch flannels simply stitched with
the of
occupation.Epltomlst. supply; fertilityIs it was seen /lat the monl'ent holding silk, but cashmere and henrleUa CALIFORNIA \
generally maintained. -\V
Increasingthe :
.. of the experiment that It consisted] ,as well as taffeta are much to
of
Clips or Togs Stay On. supply organic matter Increases of.a great'cauldron, of boiling water '
the amount of nitrogen the- be commended.while no better model FIG'EnrnUP Co ON1Yintnent #": ,j
It..black.mlth bend flat piece of and two revolving wheels. The experiment and
could be found for the madras
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oil,' because the supply; of nitrogen SOLD IW"LLUADI .1> : \
.
o Iron around singletree-old buggy comes almost wholly from the amount took place on a vessel of linen waists,wh..rh many women wear _*sue only, ,. ar price :) RUOCfIrS i'l!
tire will do. Bend tt back six or Inthe' two hundred! tons; named the Trinity, I throughout the entire year. The little I ,;fIt
applied
eight Inches and put two rivets Then 'organic organic matter.matter.Is' needed to which bad arrived'from Colibre witha revers at the front are exceedingly I sometimes happens, that., a weak ,
through It. For centre,clip use staple cargo ot wheat, and" bad .finished ,
keep the supply of available mineral smart In effect yet Involve no dlflU woman puts up a strong argument. 1.
made of three-eighths round Iron. unloading. The name of'lts captain ,
the
culty, either In the making or i
Put nuts on ends of .rvet.| A flat plant food ample." There 11- Was Pedro de Escarsa. laundering and the yoke at the back Piles Oared la 0 to 14 Bays; 'f

piece of Iron with holes In It fits enough potash in the typical soil By'order of Charles V: and of his ran be used or omitted, as la found Pass ) .guaranteed to cure any'
to grow corn 1000 to"2000 yean Bon, Philip II. there id Itching Blind,Bleeding or Protrad'ing j'
assisted tuck'edto
at the .
yet If the' supply of decaying organlo moat becoming. The sleeves ...Ia.! to Udayeormoney refunded boss if kIt /: ,
o experiment: Don Enrique de Toledo form deep cuffs are both novel and *AI I
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'A matter in the soil Is not maintainedwe the governor, Don,Pedro de Cardona' pretty, but are obligatory, as plain Is isald""that. every man has his ,.
[ jfaasSI' find that in a very few years the '
__ soil will show signs of wearing 'out. the treasurer, Ravago: the Vice. one qathered.'Van be substituted. double eveiFthe single man.
Chancellor the chief authority of Tame waist Is made wish the plain
The reason generally lies in the fact Itch cured io'h'leinuta by \VooIf] rd'. ,-
that there Is not enough decaying Catalonia Don Francisco Qralla. and back and tucked fronts and the, yoke Sanitary Lotion. Never fail*. At: dniggiate. ',1.\\
I ft several other distinguished persons and panel which are cut In one. The
humus In-the soil to the
keep supplyof
from Catalonia and Castillo, among panel la faced and turned back to
: .- available potash ample, and the hem several captains de mar. In blouse that 'shows them used to form the revere and the closing Is WHAT, THEY ARE! FOR.

Safety _Singletree.over crop suffers for want of, the food the Information given to the Em- advantage and which includes many made at the left* of the front. The t North-Language was, Invented to, "
when the soil la really rich in that
the end of staple. Make the peror, after the experiment everyone of the newest fancies of fashion The neck band finishes the neck and over conceal thought, someone has said.,
food. It Is In the unavailable
state
hook flat one-quarter Inch thick, and 'the approved the Ingenious', machine gulmpe portion Is made_ with a yoke It can be worn a linen collar, as Illustrated Slder-Yes, and health boards to % '
cannot
It.
five-eighths inch wide. Drill a hole Nine times crop In ten use when land applauffmg- particularly the conceal .epldemlo diseases .when .U./
near the end. Use 3-16 round .Iron we easy and quick way, In which the suits them.. -Plttsburg Dispatch
a soil that Is said to have worn-ollt.It '
for lock. Take a square bend, put In only I needs the increasing of its tacks were made.

yp hole and rivet Just' enough so'it will supply of. organic matter. As soon The treasurer Ravago, enemy or Beware ot Ointments For Catarrh

work rather tight., When It wears the farmer the invention, said in his own Information That Contain Mercury, u
as applies a cast of manure I
/ and Works easy tighten again. Dot- that the vessel ran Only two as mercury will surely dtatroy the ot
or grows a crop that has a heavy smell and completely dennge the whole
aya-
ted lines .show lock turned for leagues in three hours that the asurfaese.
ready root system and causes a considerable : machine tam when entering "it through tbe mucous
hitching. I have used this too and too Such articles should be *
on cultivator !- organic matter to be left In or was complicated never used
;: fpr ten/years, writes a Pennsylvania to fall the soil each like expensive, and that it was expose,1to except on breacriptioni from reputable pbrsiciana -
upon year, .aa t ae damage theywill do is ten fold
farmer to Missouri Valley the danger of the boiler explod:
clover or alfalfa we find that the to the good you can poaaibly derive from
,; Farmer. The lock .part Is my own fertility of the soil Increases and that ing. The other commissioners testified them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
Invention. It that the vessel tacked with as by F. J. Cheney: Jk.l.o.o: Toledo, U.. contains
again produces as abundant cropsLI no and u taken Internally, acting
manury
i r much quickness as the best gallon v
.. It ever did before. God made directly upon the bloodand mucous curfaoan 1
T Came of Soft Shell Eggs. II III the minerals, and judging from the and that it did run one league per of theajratetn. In buying llall'a Catarrh Cut' "
hour. be the .. It ia taken internally
sure you gat .uln.
Hens that acquire the habit of layIng way He made all else, lie made an" I and made in Toledo Ohio.' by *".
soft-shell eggs should be watched abundance of them. He expects us After the experiment: Garay gath J. Cheney ft Co. Testimonials' free.

very carefully !In order to break themof to see to 1C that the supply of organic ered all the pieces of the machine Sold /by price 70o. per bottle.

It There are two causes for soft matter ls malntalned to meet the Excepting: those made of wood,which Take halls gsmay. rtlls for constipation.The .

eggs. One Is feeding too much stlnv needs of our crops.: Itre do this the he deposited in the naval dock yard .

mating'food; the other, not enoulh.J.U.formlnl fertility of the bill will' be main- gf Barcelona. West's Largest Cave.

a>. material being fur- tained; It not It will, decrease each f n spite of Ravago's opposition and : Two gold prospectors recently discovered ,

'ulihed. Too much spiced food and year, till It will refuse to produce his persistency to discredit the invention In the Santa Susanna Mountain ,

meat is generally found to be the profitable crops.-Colman's Rural this was approved. Owingto *, about fifty'miles'' from LoI'ADo'

r r chief cause, and If that Is cut out. the World. the expedition to Gunex (Africa) ( getes Cal. the largest and most' remarkable

evil i can generally be overcome. It by the.Emperor; It was neglected and ) ( cave In western America., ,

the hens have.been overfed they will Hiving a Swarm. forgotten. 'I' 7 While looking for Indications'ot gold;; J '

v how It- by the lack of eagerness with When bees get to banging out on Notwithstanding, the Emperor con- ". they found an opening which they

which they eat new 'food. After yon the hive I raise it from the bottom, ferred a promotion to Garay, made entered. The opening led to a great

; rare ,,atlsfied -that they have been fed board one Incb and then if they do him a present of two hundred thou- cavern, consisting of many passages

y t too much reduce the supply, and add not stop raise thent higher, explains: sand roaravedls (about ftOOO) for I j some of them bide, but most of them

** little epsom salts to their drinking a bee keeper In Farm and Home. I once, and gave orders that all the narrow and lofty. The passages lea-1

Mi water for about four days. Orlt.or think that raiting them is a very good expenses: la, building the machine into great halls, some of ua'aere.J

(crushed oyster shells should be fed preventative of swarming. A certain should be paid by the royal treasury extent studded with' stalagmites as

'.It want, of,lime Is the trouble.-Farm percentage of colonies will, swarm in I )besides'bestowing upon him several : stalactites In some cases so thickly

.J>rocre...,. g spite of annhltff that may be done.It i. other favors. h : that It It difficult to get through''The!V --

r .1 j jf takes but little to Induce swarming, There still exists In the Spanish \ walls, of one of these' hall's are covered
} during >a good honey harvest. Bees I. navy a small cruiser which, bears the '
with rude 'drawings, some almost
.
ICngllsh Poultry Experiments.The .
left to themselves will
f generally send ,
1 name of 'Blasco de Garay. \ ,
obliterated but others still clear Tile
second quarterly report of the out one swarm In a season, often a A remarkable fact le that Balzao : : .... t
: drawings represent {Incidents of ,the
,experiments in the housing and teed.fag' second swarm sometimes a third.In this ,,,, '
took the Idea of discovery to '
rchase'; Indians .
: _ showing on foot
pursuing
ot poultry, undertaken by the hiving swarms It frequently build up his play, "Les Ressources de ;:: I bear deer and other animals One
i University College, Reading, England, happens 'that- the sbees tale wing Qulnola/* the scene takingrplacelin'Barcelona i ( : ( J shows "
( wall bear
'" ( painting the
.... '." and carried put by the college experl- when dumped In front of their new ,.. and the incidents quite l''. Inc the hunter. The work, Is meat station has Just been issued. live,instead of crawling into It. We1' the same. '
The first teat' made -was,. for the have had a ,few swarms go' back with a soft red stone much used by

purpose"ot ascertaining the yalne of. and cluster on the same limb after !!.:: the Indians for that purpose.--ScleM-
1 life American. "T,
Abe colony system of housing poultry, they had been carried to the hive Prompt Paymei/t., ffl.
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,which is largely employed In the %
Among the .great financial institutions -
United States, while the object of the .'- \ REALLY NOT SURPRISING. '
of this country, probably the
secondwas: to compare the merits of i : most progressive are out life insurances of lace and the over blouse provides or a stock<<: of matching mate "My goodnesi." exclaimed.Mrs.:KId .h9'
hopper and ordinary" feeding. The der. "I don't know anything .more
offices, says' a writer in M. A'. long and becoming lines, while thekleeves rial. The sleeves, are In one piece
experiments: are being conducted with, of either tucked at surprising..than the way our gas ,bills "
P. With regard to the payment are shaped to be very generally each, or gathered .
pens of White Wyandottes and Buff claims, especially, the recent changes becoming and graceful. As Illus the.tr: lower edges, and are'joined to run up." ,

Orpingtons, and careful observations have been most satisfactory- the trated crepe de Chine Is combined the straight cuffs.The "Oh! that's,nat so surprising. ,replied

have been made of the quantity and beneficiaries. Under the stress of with gulmpe portions of chiffon. In quantity of material' required I her husband "when you consider , ,

character of the food consumed, the competition it has become almost a matching color and heavy lace and Is how many thousand feet .the,
cost of the different systems of feedIng have."-Philadelphia Press.
I race between the companies as -to trimmed with velvet ribbon and heavy

l and the. results as shown in egg ,. '. .. : I which shall have the credit;. of payingits lace applique. Almost every material '
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production and fertility. claims most promptly; A repre- that Is adapted to Indoor gowns is appropriate FOUND A WAY

I I The conclusions; drawn from the sentative of one' of our large Industrial however, and voile, marquisette To Be Clear 'of the Coffee Troubles.
experiments go.,to show that during I The Swarm Catcher. ' t
: companies was talking boastfully and the many beautiful Liberty

the three months ending May 31'the two or three times. We ..recently- the other day to an American Insurance fabrics are all especially, to be .' "Husband and self both

ordinary fed birds cost,much less for got the thought that a llttla spray- man' of the* ,app" smartness commended. -The contrasting yoke .w1 : coffee habit and finally his each

food) that they produced nine eggs Ing would overcome this difficulty. of his company In this respect. He allows ot various combinations and and kidneys goCIn such a

more; that the White Wyandottes We have tried It on a few swarms said that on the occasion of a recent would be handsome mad of IUkbraided lion that he was compelled to give

yielded 407 In excess of the Buff with good results. 1 colliery explosion: he hurried to the with soutbache If something up a good position that he had held 1

Orpingtons; that the fertility was While the cluster Is yet hanging scene of the r.-Itb'a supply of a bit more substantial than lace is for years. He was foe sick to work.

t., greater by 0.6 In the Buff, Orping on the tree take a small spray pump cash and settled each'claim on the wanted. His skin was' yellow, and I hardly,

tons; that the hatching percentagewas or syringe and wet the cluster of spot 'directly the unfortunate victim I The blouse is made with a lining think there was' an organ In his body

,. greater. by 3.81 In the Orping bees with one or"two quart of cold bad been identified./ The American and this lining Is faced to form the that was, not affected."I '

+ tons than In the Wyandottes; that the water, then take your swarm catcher grew thoughtful; but, of course, he yoke, while over it is arranged the told him I felt sure his sickness .,>

4 fertility of eggs from the hopper-fed shown in the cut and turn it up could not allow\ his own office to takea full portions of the gulmpe.* The was due to coffee, and after some discussion

birds was, greater'by 0.29 than where, under the cluster and get them into second place under any circum over waist la made In two pieces he decided to give it np'Sr i

ordinary feeding was employed and It. They wan cling together while stances. "Well," he said at length backs and fronts being out in one "It was, a struggle, because ol the

that the percentage hatching was you carry them to the hive, and 'that's all right. But its nothln' to with the 'sleeves. and Is laid In pleats powerful habit. One day' we heard

greater from hopper-fed birds by when dumped In front of It they will our smartness in the States. Now, over the shoulders. The full or about Postum and concluded to try !t..'

0.2) J.. -Weekly, Witness.. not readily take wing again, but will my company's located In a skyscraper gulmpe, sleeves are joined to the lining and then it was' easy to leave off! cof

run Into it. Swarms that have been 300 feet high. The other day a fellow and are finished with straight fee. .

The Profit From Hens. hired a few, hours and seem' restless, was working, on the roof and he bands. There Is a basque portion at "His fearful, headaches grew less .

Storrs Agrlcnltural'College is fulfilling or cluster mostly on' the outside of missed his footing. Ho fell right from tached to the lower edge.that serves I frequent, his complexion began to r

Its' propr mission in Its experiments their hive can also be made more the top of the building ,to the pavement to keep the blouse !In place and whichxdyoes clear, kidneys grew better'until' at '

with poultry raising; made tractable by a little spraying. Bees and as he came past the seeoad- away with all bulk below the I last he was a new man altogether, asa .t

for'the benefit of the farmers of the need a great quantity of water dur.ng floor window, handed him .bit waist, line. result of leaving off coffee anjLtak----

State. With White Leghorn hens It summer and the beekeeper can check." ing up Postum. Then I began to '"

has demonstrated that It Is possible apply their needs In a few, minutes drink It, too. '' f\\
to make on eggs alone a net profit of where It would require hours for All Black Hats Worn. "Although I was never al'--bad off.a '

i bout $!.!1 per hen pet- year. With the bees to. gather It themselves.Put London Take to the Kilt. From the number of black hats my husband; I was always .very

.... other breeds the profit Is less, fallingas the new hive containing the It appears that the, practice' of worn It Is evident that chic all black nervous and never at any time very ,

low as ninety-eight cents per, hen, swarm on the' old stand, exactly Wearing kilts Is Increasing In Londonas hats will be much seen this autumn strong,, only weighing .5 Ibs. before -

In the case'of,Rhode Jaland Reds. where the old hive'stood and place: well as In Scotland. and. accordIng worn with, light-colored cloth or velvet for the medium size Is four and one- I began to use Postum. Now I weigh :

a' 'This is only a partially finished experiment. the old,hive close beside the new one. to "statements of'.one ,or ,two ot gowns, and nothing Is more effectively quarter yards twenty-one, three and lit Ibs. and"tan. do as much" work as

.; The profit from poultry Is The next, morning as the bees go the better known ,West End tailors, becoming to the generr lily threeeighth''yards twenty-seven or anyone my slse. I think .

not from the eggs alone, and this Is forth from this hive to work, they the practice Is making considerable of women. two yards forty-four Inches wide, -- "Many do not use Postum Decsnsethey

the least reliable and sometimes the will nearly all return to the old place headway among 'the mldd.e classesof I -,' have not taken the trouble''
s+ least profitable, part of poultry rais and enter the other hive, making that Scotsmen in, London. The kilt, With the Panamas. Hat For Morning Wear.A .make It right I have successfully

: ing. Moreover, the price set for eggs colony very, strong, and in conditionto however, Is not likely to be largely fooled -a great many persons who
Linen collars or stocks, pleated but very pretty; hat for morning wear '
have drunk It at TheyF
The other adopted because, even It picturesque my table
store great _
ls slightly over twenty-two cents adozen a crop.
has flat brim of dark reddishbrowntaffeta
frilled 'lawn fronts a
not drilled
-surely a conservative' price, colony will, be so reduced In numbers ' It Is expensive ,A complete outfit for would remark 'You must buy a. high
chamois leather silk ; the crown Is made of large -
or simply striped ; *
even for the farmer, receive, as that the,bees will not be moved evening dress costs no less than ,nO'.' waistcoats, panama Chonz of fringed taffeta! green and grade of coffee One young man, "
accompany shaped
Belling now. It Is probable to swarm, again and will fall In with but t the general price ranges from who clerked'In a grocery store was
r eggs are felt hats In rich shades brown: The fringe forms a fantalole
.of moss or ,
'that very enthusiastic about /'coffee/!
-
Above ;Dir
Agricultural College the first queen that hatches and prob-; I200/ ) $260. one may
the State .
'1"- -Jhat il1nontnntb ,experiment' to* a ably give, much surplus: It' will coto,' :almost au.(.*price, because myrtle green. navy tricornes or Tyrolean which' .lightens jip.the half "When I told him what, it was-hesaU; ,,
i shapes trimmed with galloon or, ;Why, I'.. sold Fostua for four
brooches and be year
\' f Illuminating extents make a good strong colony by the sporrans so on may - : a-
: snore mounted with costly jewels The a knot of soft silk' 3, \ C of Purple. but I bad no Idea it was'like.this.:
of the season. very
', ,..the,.poultry business.figured . close- ;) ;
here ,
,Buf
; A stunning coat of cloth Is
- ordinary' outdoor Highland dress Is purple Think'I'll drink Postnm betaaf ter.*'
.. > .to,&definite.basis.' -One; hen Ch"n. separate Tailored Waist.The .' \:'> completed with an enormously high gtvenby Ob. -Battled
.bury N.1q. Postum
'" ,nauch.iwt.lt follows. The their. dead"etas: i I less costly hut .yea-that Is a ,good ..
produoer.so ; fertilizer deal more expensive: than the-morn- fashlonabte.eparate"walst'U collar of gray velvet with' a band of Creek.Mlch. Read"The Road to Well-
,
11) the surface.i thus, affording ? '
ls.dlscoantJetIncreasedIncrease&.rlsk ? .. to be tailored. embroiderer lace. I .XllJa, pkgs. -n.,..'. a
; that 10- .to plant* lax O' frock suit-New York HeiMd. .1.1I Rtygnys'I '
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8eher . .... LEWEARERS COMPANY
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; Largey ,the young
> 41 ..>0...TTSI ST., ATi.ISrWA..A.
f _Q_ Montana nllllonalr. who 1s devoting t' ... ..r' ",

i" flrarttsnle Lrblpii.i0 himself to' the theatrical business'

t . said at a dinner apropos of his new..
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.... theatre In- New Torkt '
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j 1: think that theatricals offer a fine
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field for shrewd Investors. They. are 'Why My exorbitant'

very'' steady. They are not as the prloes tor ct_... ,
slave trade was daring the Civil War. swa whea you have an
to do bet
opportunity
"Perhaps you have' heard of tho .tirfVrlM today for

eer.1 Ar slave -who wanted to buy his' 11''... our special January

... dom. This was before the war, and. ; aDd ogeron XYK MI'ECTACLItd
lac. be was a very good slave his. OLAadl6, f

muter would not sell him to hl fI.1f : CHAS, A. GREEN OPTICAL CO

At any prtc 11IJ.BBOAD .*.. COLUMBUS..
its tlneftehra51. ssi UlM II II Is* si
'Dutaa the war approached

end the master not unnaturally rntht MACH IN'BRYAND '
Ili v "''changed him tnlad. H. seat for th* SAW MILLS' ;

slave and asked him Light B U P p. ..
one morning r. lie sill:
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if. be' was still of >the same mind i Sow MII..s4 e.se W-.. iee.M .l. '
about purchasing himself. _ _ _ _QY LATH SHINGLE MACHINES to Mill MMhlMr, =.l..i HIM es mi la=: '
}:;, AND ) Writ rws.be.s nre.s assn_ all _....,..
Th Slav scratched his look '
bead SAW AND .UF'rM.lga TKAM .ANP = :.dtwt5 .. ,,w.h..ef.e.eer.w.a. $5
.d at the ground and -faltered OAVOLINK KNOINC. r .
"Well. Master Henry, Ah did pan- '
but Ah been tu aid and Centre
ter lIu,.meaelPf a-s Jy
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In' erbout it right smaht lately ash Atlas
an' Ah don come to -de''elusion dat EnginesLAR9ITTOCK

In dese'times nlggah prop'ty am too

y1 : .-/ onsartln' sab, to put any mousy In.' E LOMBARD # .

Washington n Star. ; fun*}, Mill ..'w.."" aid aired' Eley.

AUGUSTA QA.SULPHOZOHE '

WeeVs$ Cleverest Cartoon by Maurice Ketten. in the New York '
Evening World No Paper Money for the Indians. '
CATARRH BALM
"There are two traits about the CATARRH ,
MADE LIFE .
THE SOUTH HAS JUST FINISHED ONE OF. THE 'GREATEST American Indian that'clvUballon end The A hiwllve Orvat ut1iop Aetlwptle..lo for tli.O.iarr.'T-.
.' contact with his ,white brothers* can A BURDEN TO ME. I rolloM rkrooU* ::I'WII: -1-1ho. s.l.la.
W7 Main St. .:I......tko m__ ef t.. ..... _..,
said Frank L., Campbell CATRON. <
CHANNEIrMAKING UNDERTAKINGS IN HISTORY not overcome, ,jCindnneti Ohio writes. .. 1Maaw. ...'..1. ,..__I.., .
;who bat spent several years. a tound Peruna :a bleeeing for ..aka..edR.q 11N a:14ij, ? ..Ied1'ybra" f PI\:'wS

school teacher, among the Sioux and a severe cave of catarrh of the bend and Ck": II.i' :. ":. 't.1a: : :l
has learned .to"know them welL, throat which I suffered from for a number The 'fftahtoweVvraB-- altT.,his.
New Jetties Heady" For Bid Ships-Lower Mississippi Gets "Those peculiarities are his aversionto of personal eanll.endorsement.... only too pleased' to give 'it my" .

.
.. I One'.of World's Deepest Harbors.' .. paper money and his appetite tor "Catarrh such as I suffered Breaffc from made -MOTHERSH
life burden to .
dog. An Indian 'will'never take papermoney a me dad.nd In we.eff.n.dve.toN1.cA

New Orleans La.-One of the the top of the Jollies and which Is If he can avoid It. He wants.in tlofffd tip so that 1 was usually my troubled heed Obi Papa don't forest to buy a

greatest channel making undertakings the work receiving Its finishing the language. of the Sioux; 'muzta wttn' a headache, and although aadn.dmonrry.-will all nor doctor tkl ee..kr.y U 7etO bottle of CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT
In the history of American: river touches this week is only a few feet ska," which translated means white many .o-eslld remedies, nothing gave me- ::rt.rt.koUl* efJohnsons for little KlrU
t Improvement will-be brought nearly wide. The capping Is a sea wall permanent relief. I Was rather discouraged your
to completion when the Jetties at.the four and one-half feet high and, Is iron. The red man cannot bring himself with all medicine when I'eruna was ..uge You can buy' It at any Drag
mouth of the-Southweet Pass of theltlseteslppi the only, portion of the jetties to believe'that a small piece ofprinted Led weerr'i'did botgs
not and It
and before Store nsrsr kill"
a know
buy xou :
.
Hirer be worth as' much
are finished. These submerged. The wall between paper can :
weigh that finished there marked
waea '
Jetties, after some dredging between two than the metal Itself. ; was ntAppIjo4 to cur my Croup and Couxbi.Jm.L .
and three tons to each linear or more Strangeto chance in my 41O dlt on. Much encouraged no !! Jin.lJl1 '
them is completed will Rive the foot. say, an Indian would also r.ther' I kept oa until I wee completely swr dIn ,- "j .. .11

South one of the deepest harbors In The submerged structure support-- have ten silver dollars than one ten a month's. time, and f, find that; my' .-pli, H nU WM. *.*. t.
the world ,by openings t 'the access Ing this mass of concrete Is' made general health. b also exc.Uat"People work .mf can caU. Cam M*-,Mt... tWalsaa.o '
dollar gold piece. I do not know solid medicines should
who prefer
of the largest steamships afloat the almost entirely of willow opn1Da, '
140 and 200 foot poles and whether Jl_Is because the ten piecesof ; try Peruna tablets. Each tablet representsone '. B.TABUSM"BD"I"IO. '
depths of the lower brush. With the aid of frame worksof dose cf Peruna. 110.. thru tint U morji Mfe. Afl iiB. ..... epL8WXv
Mississippi River. scantling the willow. were formed money appear to be more or wheth-.! average 1. JOBMSOM CO.: Bi uw aa-o" ,
Idea Lstxsttlw
the
The'harbor thus made accessible Into so-called mattresses-broad, flat ''er It Is simply because be likes to : Msut-ax-lln ) I

baa navigable water connection with structures resembling bed'mattresses Jingle th* coins."-Washington Post ;.41" Y.wr'Dru9'"44tbv' Pee. Pre w\. ; < TONIC
at least a dozen States bordering the In form*-.each about two feet thick \, "" __jr J0OX. i
Mississippi and Us tributaries-the 200 feet long I and varying In width -SThonipsoa'sEyeWaler
.. .J' Ohio the Missouri the Arkansas and from thirty-five to 166 feet. The nfa.St.Yltus'DaneeiH'ervooaPUeaaeeper.manentlyonred Much that passes for patience is simply I
tbe Red rivers. About f 6.000,000 Is- mattresses were sunk one above the by Dr. Kline's Great Nern seed.Why (At2-'08). j'
being spent on this Restorer. W trial bottle and trestles free .
improvement by other
with the widest at the bottom
Ar
H. U.plane Ld.Ml Arch St...Phlbx. Pa!
tbe
United States Government which and those above uniformly diminishing 'I -,
has the worse: In cbarg. in width as they approached the Transgressors aUould be made to paya Sloan's Liniment and Veterinary THAT IAKR

The new Jetties were begun four surface. The topmost mattresseswere road tax.Taytah: Remedies Are the. Best to Use. 4 dh

years ago. They are on a larger uniformly thirty-five feet wide Let me tell you why Sloan's Liniment
scale and more substantial than the and on a level with the surface of the Cherokee: )Remedy of Sweet and Veterinary' Remedies are .....
famous' Jetties at the Mississippi's water. Heavy broken stone was Gum sad Mullen Is Nature's great remedy .
South Pass, an outlet which for more spread evenly over the mattresses to -eures Coughs, Cold., droop and ConsurapUoa. the safest and most practical on the
,than thirty years baa been the river's sink them so that a layer of stone and all throat and long troubles. market today.. In the first place Dr, .
commercial entrance. They are nearly rests between each__ of-- these wlllnw At druggists, aim, too. and SLOO per bottle Earl 8. Sloan Is the son of a veterinary .., ,
parallel 'walls.- one about three structurEBTsupperimpoaed! "' n. 'j.-'r and earliest In. ...
5D surgeon fromjhls: Ii War -to to. .
and the other about four miles long mattresses sve. * onMenc+e *"-es very. 'llttl* con. fancy he associated with horses.," W :::... JTrPaWab6e14 a-b. ,jrbn...iW'

lying more' than half a mile apart The Mississippi has done some I It Cadence liTSiEer men., .,.yet I *'W pays vy aDd old hones while I am located on one of the Sea Islands of South Carol!'

tj and built In the shoal water at the terestlngwork- addltlon to scout for ;Srfenty y rr,*'.ol .*.. *' Just sufficient cold to harden and cattle plants to sta',
Juncture of the Pass with the Gulf Ing out channel'for veterinary .
a It has madi ''sutiet.roMwe.Mbaa lfmrttt e.eh.Mf.ewww.
'
of Mexico. Their purpose Is to confine the .mattresses practically IndestrucJ F DOCTOR SAID "USE CUT1CURA battled successfully, with every' disease jj. :&.; ..DOO..DOO. .Ma J.ooG.1 i
and thus accelerate the river's tibia to any normal agency of natnr/ to wblcb'that animal is subject UdarM/eltAtislMulal rJrM'... I".
.
'PIrl
current across a mud bar about three In this.region by burying them and* For Bad Cagier of Eczema on Child All his remedies are the result of
miles broad so .. to produce a channel hundreds of tons of mud. These d>f Dl*.... Had Reached a Fearful experiments made to eave llf* or relieve I
at least 1000 feet wide with a posits follow closely the contour Btate Order Resulted suffering while hj was pcaclls- The Ferguson: C i1-ag- ::

minimum depth of thirty-five feet the Jetties, In conjunction with whl< Cure. :
his profession.
The swift current which they have they form new bank. .'Of the rivi '.'Wb.I, .was small I was troubled with. Ing writing to Dr. marl, seek P.
produced aided by dredging The /n months. It.was allover Any reader by tor pptL ..RpUSOA .
even only change likely to occu ecsema for about three Boston- a.ttbPt.mtoltyp.wrf4r.ndflneroll-apewk,.IIID.. iimq
'Vbe'ore their., completion has caused the Jetties li their gradual slnkAtV. face and covered nearly all of my 8. Sloan 4115 Albany street, N 0000 I ...d.. I 5 .sAddress
A r
my .... O..ADUATI: s IN POfITION. -.
Treatise a" I"Y: ... aka
,. 'a tremendous scour and has already I until In time the' concrete' canDK<, head. It reached each a state that It wasiuvt Mass., will receive "Sloan's. disease f t 00.1.0.-.... Is S 1>..aioi ensues .7" a P ICOLVYaVL
made fifty eighty-five feet of waterIn entirely disappears. This sl/"n*' a large scab aU over, tad the} pain and on the Horse." free. This book tells TUB FBR.GUSON COLLBGBS,

some places where }t the beginning already 'has occurred to the / tiles tuning were terrible. I doctored with an bow to treat horses, cattle., hogs and -' WATCRO1S: GA. Jq .
of the work the depth was only at South Pass. .' able phyaioian for some time and was then poultry. "., oAt --L.
a little over a man's head. To make In tbe course of many yea new advised bythim te .... th. Cutloura Remedies. -
the uniform contract depth there is bar may form by CUt depot l in tbe .which I did and I was entirely cured. broke' ClirtistitUrn .,. "" ;:
would'rathe .f
till In several spots about ten feet Gulf In the now' deep. water beyond'' I have not beenCutioura bothered with it "1100. -I Some,women go I, Egli, ,ll

{ of mad to be> removed It I. expect the mouth of the Jetties. aid then the used Soap and Oaticora Ointment, than not to. go. at all. Tf" WAJfftElI IjSION..
e 4 that the high! water due within a remedy will be the extension: of the but do not know' theMcun6oMluuA I .: WUEHELDINES9 ,. "
t
r : w.eka -will The bel Tbeusdlot
lew sweep-the remaining jetties a short distance further. need to complete > Children
,.'deposits out to sea by the be- rate of bar extension daring nearly :Wilson North Branch Mich., Oct. 80, 'O7.Some ." Mrs.teethingsottenetheguin WIDl0w'8800t.hlD1r ,mate:! .......- ewesd Och"" ,'' .
.
*tttnlng 01- next summer, Bove ty-ftv. year. preceding the lion allays pain.Care.wind colic,25ca bottle 15arllesk aeswa
,r Probably few walls ever have been starting of tbe jetties was between for love and remain .- -
constructed under greater '''fllfllcul-' 160. and 260 feet annually, and the people marry Among other tyti dreams are those' CABBAGE PLANTS siYrJ

ties' than were these jetties. They deposits responsible for this advance married for spite. of the church'organistCAPUDINE. .
'I -.are made of willow scantllni stone were made when conditions, now AM OS alt ANNUAL TOtfB around lee wend with any'el tile. but kaowd varI.U. '
i and concrete. Although la some greatly changed favored such accretions. VIRGINIA MERCHANT RID OF A I .. .. of Open Air Grown Cabbaa-e Flaats at the oUewlag prioaa, rtsi 1.000 &0
places they are not six feet deep STONE \ : 4.000 at S1.M p.r Ullna"1I4OOO, to ..000 at Ltt 10.000 or DON" '"' ,. O.. R
and although their greatest depth is Part of the $6.000,000 allotted to- VERY BIO GRAVEL Me,*etl. ft. 6. All orders promptly IU d and saUafaetloa ?"," *** tr
barely .fifteen feet they bave cost making the channel Is being spent In *"Ne pri_ oa (0.000 or 100.000., Cash aeeonpaaylog all orders or they wW ge 0.0. n.Address .

,l 2,700.000.. Every material entering safeguards several/ ilea above the Another Remarkable Cure ,of Serlons ,CURESf'1M'n" now hes .asS../ B.. L COX. Ethel S. C.. Box' 8,
their construction has been jetties to prevent fay Increase In the Kidney Trouble.. :

r, tic cht from distances of one hun. flow of other r e bullets from the 'L' C. L..,Wood, a prominent merchant COLDS AND OHIPPE?-.r: !;;

to five"-hundred miles. main river t /the Gulf. This is being of .,..ntr.... Norfolk Co., Va., was h..eadb.S ass Iron &a tlw .. b4 Y are again toady'
The Jetties, have no found.UoD. accomplished; placing stone covered .... 1M sad Is.SIMPKiNS'T .u., u..... PLANTS: H y r .
bat rely for' stability! upon their extremely mattress sills on the river Bottom suffering some ___& r---L: .CARDA OABBa.T .
4 broad bases,, being from 100 across the ejntrances to those outlets.Several 1 months ago with fraq.uentatUcks PROLIFIC "COTTON __ -. PLANTS. ,.
to 1(0 feet .wide at bottom. In sr/all leading from of bard I \ all OaOWN ThOM] THE SAIi> OBADJi
the
bayous .
.
contrast to this great width of base, South west/ pass to the Quit will be pain In'the b.ck.llld- _, "rdernow. ., for..rear......piusi.._.. Or HEED Tarietlee-EABLT WE: ET OUB EB8ET CHOP R WAMFIELD.lolf.: w. .have all of early U. .
very
...
'the' concrete capping which forms entirely Closed up. ,,: nays and bladder I. Krv: ..." ".. .-apIbiIM..aiAw'" -- aP.".004 lAadlng CHAR EeTON' WAgJtMELD, about tea days Ja&er. *. ...
secretions ..,._at. frni bid ""' 004 &arI7..4 8bon....
o and the kidney .101 varieties we lana.fae-'oa
N.1', ei.0 tl 1 l0. wen se 'fonewuulo
I!_ I were irregularly SIM enOlum.e. BMt 1_. Dm AM*..4 SW BM.f Late Flat Dnteb. Prlees a* lo .OOO..L l.BOifi.OOO
?.Tsliopi' .1..5.iha.w more toe$1.e5' 8,000..1.28 10oooaad vpwards .l.OVTbeae E
ua.1l to ,
THiS. ADVANCED. WESTERN SCHOOL scanty.y pro- wV! aifirKI**. ..........;* l.tr.. ...Mrtimrmt DUats are all grown aear sell water and will' ataad severe eet4
O.
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Medical treatment .
.fuse. i Ut)
JiSk wnh urdw. Ml.twloa t.aas..4N.TELEGRAPHY Itbo.t Jaf. TUB (.IAHIt UAHI.TON Meggett&O
HAS A OJLA83 IN WOOING failed to. cur vaaae '
'
I; him. "At last.' says Mr. Wood; "I '!'BOOKKEEPING' SHORTHAND .

Courtship' "orrrtaly 'AII.pt.I'.e'." CoursfPMSlls ''in (Illinois Town and Has 23 began before using on. Doan's bozo was Kidney gone Pills I ,went and a eyw.. .1..s e.r..e.d sad ..Mtl.e..veal to .d..1. U<* -=el.r.blbed. levee.h allt 1.0__ .1'11'.. ...._. -..au.-.., _..-1'1 I.:, "..-. :I'7-"tba..-.".h' .. ._.-11-: -.b"' _

->8eme ef the.Subjeota hat Will Be Taught. through four days of Intense pain Writ BOUTHKIUe Xft/S: COLLEGE AMD' TELEGRAPH BCHOOI4 NKWNAN.: 0....'

\ a .Uypas.nc! a stone, f !lIalf. by r
:
.
Be not oversusplolous, but keep your
five-sixteenths 01 an men in dfam.ter.I BUS'TER-

t>reenvltle. 111.-Professor II. o. tat courWhlp of Miles Standish, haven't bad a' sign of kidney trouble eye on the man who boasts of his hour. I NO MORE MUSTAJU) PLASTERS TO '

Russell superintendent of the High. aR and Juliet and other stand-. .In .." esty. TUB. BCIENTinC AMD MODERN EXTERNAL CC-UNHR-UWTAXT. '

School, has Introduced Instruction l Ifflovemaltklng err Ivorks of fiction. Pupils will be Sold by all dealer* 6.0 cents a box. '" I .

ex ted to learn' : Foater-Mllburn! Co., Buffalo N. Y:: FOB RHEUMATISM,. insetln\'
Into the school curri Cansic ;
ow to take heart br storm M byw dl ., i
culum., Parents of some of the pupils slesfea 'rf''
declare they do not want their chil to detect the advent of the Are you good enough to criticise Neuralgia>)d For rain In Side and EXTIIlcr OF THE 'CAYENNE f '

dren's thoughts turned so early to gr d allioo. "' those who are bad' Back We Have V>ed )JlAoani' = PEPPER' PLANT TAKEN r

love but Professor Russell and hit .ow to behave If parental objec- Unlnaent DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
wife,'.who. I* his assistant say they l is manifested. Hones hDON'T
wlll see the experiment through Pe--r-_ Almanac InS.OOO.OOO With excellent reeulU and I cannot soy
compliment. ,
a '
low to pay WAIT TILL THE PAIN
,
11 thinks In time courtship will bashful suitor .fb.1' Penana Lucky| Day Almanac has
iBiMlow to encourage a million enough in favor of It. I would be pleated COMES KEEP A TUBR HANDY''
be taken' oat of the realm of empyniclsm or girl.JJWiow become a fixture In' over eight r5AIUICK'
and lifted Into tbe realm of f corner an elusive hom.. It na be obtained{ from all dn1" to distribute. some samples among my SURE. SAfE! AND ALWAYS READY CORE FOR' PAIN. TK1CV 1se;.
) to allay unfounded Jealousy.Ilow inquire earlT. The if wish t4 send them. Mrs.i TIN-AT DRUGGISTS
.,.its free. Be on to friend you ( TUBES! MADE ALL AND.
exact science as chemistry: followed to propose. ao Ie alread, publi .bed. aDd the E. U. :aunder. 15 Erie Place, Boxbury; DEALERS OR BY MAU. ON CEIPTROF',16* POSTAGE STAMPS. l
'alchemy.. . How to ask papa. anppit' will soon be exb......... Do o* put .. ", substitute for and'superior to mustard or any ether plaster, and ...lIl1ot
u. .A.q..I1.
Twenty-three pupils, ten of whom I\i\ e etiquette of the engagement U oIL Speak for ODI today. time blister the most delicate skin iThe I pain-allaying and curative 41..IItI..fbe
let
to
from time to
are girls, constitute the first class In ri We propose
I. article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at ones and refine Head
the world to receive' formal. Instruction {Deportment during engagement. There are more' leaders than there others tall why Minard'sLiniment .U the ache and Sciatica. We recommend It ube best and safest external counter'irritant . I
In courtship. Professor Russell I GUIs will learn how to promise to moat effective and elean-to-as4, externalcure known, also as an external remedy fo.pa1na la the cheat and stomach i
has given them three, lectures'' and b a sister. TM year's course will are processions to head. for all pains and aches'and .to 'carry and all Rheumatic Nsuralrle, and Gouty complaints.. A trial will prove what '
they'havewritten essays The In. t ke..the students all the way from tbe case direst to you by iavittag you to we claim for It, and It will be found to be Invaluable In the household and for J H
,rstsnctlon wlll: be chiefly through t e first sweet sting of love to the OBIT One wBromo Quinine" write for a special free bottle to prove children Once used no family will be wltnoal It.* Many people say ..It.. L
.stJUy of the, literature ot love lncludrJthlla Itar That to L zaUve Bromo QulnlDe. Look that it does all that Is claimed for it. Send the..beat of all your preparations.,! Accept ae preparation of vaaetta,unless: 1.

I far fcrtbeeignatnre W.Grove. I1M4th. a postal to Ifinard's Liniment Company ,the sum carries our label, u otherwise It la act f emime.- to

Government ordersTscoeregement"of rfolk> Druggists Sell World. over to Cure a Odd la One.. ,.a.Ja5a. Sooth Framingaam 14_. ...* y*.;p address sad we will malt _. Vaseline aILlot. d.esbla.et. .
Immigration.Halifax \ Large Quantities'' Dope. - .-......... : ......-u...'.......'wAl IMsesspew.. .'
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', N: S.-Tb* CaDadl.n;;Go.-, .;Norfolk Va._According'to' Dr R.' Reform.,.)ik*.,charity.1'i; (''should. begin When,It;'comes to lying,It /''doesn't. .. 'nSlAliSt.: .CHESEBROUGH;;MFG.; :.CO., ;BewTartCrtfla , \... Jra

emment has adopted a policy of dis- r .'McMurrtn., of Port '11onth.- there at home:; l"1\ matter how'reekless'm'inan, . is/. .
Immigration ''to- Canada {1 < I .t -PJ tl J ? .0,_< Ow .. '.
,nragtng 'I. 6 Norfolk druggist who dispenses M?
'daring the winter season as the result laudanum.flaiiy.vand ,
fifteen of

". ''fnflux of:-)the f colonists'great 'volume attained which'In October the- another gallons druggist! whose The, cocaine startling -. '
'dally:
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--ment.h'sad s in Norember.!tructedagents'The.,;to govern-stop course statements average cf a paper'Were.Dr McMnrran made in-ilrj Creole Will Restore those Gray Hairs

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Fall cittasjs* to Induce Immigration. ..tI before the recent 'meeting ,of the
Canada, and'pn extensive advertlilog }'Tb*
I on1
Association
Seabord
campaign tin r, forth the advantage Evil Effects Medical of the .Drug Habit." .A 'ljVoli( ri M i H'i' i- \ P<-1 fV'Ci Lr-"js me; c. d l
of) the' -country- bar been crusade will !>. started Jor the suppreislon '

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O. I;,c. 4iaving l lei'lt Bull "Creek) for '
the time belay Is* at Whlttler trylug Keeps Kissimttiee, Fla. Goods ::

t, to ju6'doeru'a few Items tnldst the mud .
anj excitement ol' court daVi Yestr.any You Well. PAID UP CAPITAL.-: BO ooo'bo ,

d't :<<' we retired lu (rood order from the ftTOCKHOLDBVS: LIABILITY, ........ (0OOOOOU:

domicile lu order to be in DBPOSITORS SECURITY .00 000 00
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Ills an Prompt and Careful Attention tn... lo a1 matter cu- -- "
HVornev.t! but mueh.toTrtir: dlsapiwlntincut Ideal mtes +i't
court Ante came and passed aDd 1r t+ .,,11 YOUR BUSINESS!: SOLICITED '
ihe'irenileraan failed to put ID his sp! .. : . .
/" fit-araucp, so we wore compelled toiiarlake r Remedy( " '
of the line dinner that had I .
NUSA .
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Girls' Goods -
r (wen( /prcimitd fur him, during/ his abScli'ool ( Constipation I 1C ,. ;,

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oiied lifter (fie, holidays rove iirtunnm. i : .
w 1t.1II< 'Ine.|aiK-bdanuet both teachers. c I It .j. ..Boy'sGoods .. ,

r txMnx ,,,,'Menl. h, M( City Bakery. ; f ..
The Sunday-school Is on another tn R41DNEYS t .
i-waiiUiim!' boom Citizen' Arch'a wswuteowaeooo 1 Indigestion .
absence: having: treated a somewhat.
tlt'lIIlJI..llJllnll. Influence./ In fact, we Gifts :
Biliousness
all nits hhu and his family. VVlnt- EVEFiYTHIVG I Suitable for

y7 tier Prams scarcely like t lie name place I
without (hem, and all-of our ciiUcns 1a andDyspepsia. I GOOD TO EAT '
r are at. u loop to know just how to 1 I- G
I for all times.
.manage. = V" - - - - .
_MCU ee CCNre I
The lloU-l de Hc-ulali continue* touUruct .

the attention ultourists' and SPENCCa TMtlCMrtM raCetECACs' d 1-- CAKES PIESDon't fF
the return of two of Its most Importantttuestft ; .
,
J elves"" new )life/ and: energy to 1 1reuaral Its ) -

characteristics. It Admirable fail to call and
hofctovs was found Monday morning on It 1* good for the Liver, Ktdn" 'a, Hlomauli t get some
)her way to the smokehouse with a tine Itiiweln and lUo'ul. 1 Fresh Candy and Nuts. We have

largo hOle which had been butcliered It takm the plate of calopnel: and In"l I LY..K. w them, ._ _
and cleaned by bee ansistants and her n..I'llIt l utter died. ; Katz.Atlantic t
ladyship. It is needed in the 8irinif; Summer, : Fine assortment of all kinds of :

I 'Jbe Km: i>o rlu m Is also In full blast.\ Par" i I and .Winter b.., Men, Women. and i iI I[ Fancy Cakes and..Crackers.
Our people ore beginning to apl.r| | i. i !MMI.. I r
1, date the dlflerence between there 1 1''. ii extremely 1'.1eLAt.1cnQ. ) ,\liUree\ Paint and Paper Order your Fruit Cake now. Only a
stores. Hcanllly stocked and two with Ilk): ii. liny a hultlo fn. .iuRobsrsoiTs 25c per pound. '
more goods than the throe could originally
boast uf.llllentluf'd Imfrovealld protect)'ourhou'.e. We have Heinz' Bulk Pickles- ac
Pharmacy t to bring 1U07
mud at the lieulonlnir my -- ,
Sweet and Sour.
and
books to house
sample
+ your
of this artk'le. It U koniethlnir we
daberol' '. KISSIMMEE. PLA. 1 make any suggestions\ In the latest.
had not seen in many a <
but V splendid rain which has coutln- ,- -- decorations that you may desire. Butter and Cheese. We have Coast Line l ;
of the has Drop me a card and 1 will\ cheerfully the best on the market.Headquarters .
tied lie I greater "pan day Citation of Administration, ,
article In U perfection. furnish estimates on paper }
brought this II
In County Iud...'.Court i'By pie ('ountr Judge aDd painting : : : : : : : for all kinds of ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED
% On llul! v.Iai'\ fa not well. Dies Oixxola County Florida. I t of uld CountyWhereas : .
Savage( has had a very .oevere attack Walter B.... Sr.. h.. applied to this& I Fancy Fruits.. .
and is prostrated on a bed of slck- Court for LctUrt of Administration on tin ..- ( GE A.ORLANDO. BA "New York and Florida SIeclal"AND .

1 neis; bad cold. exist among very t*l.of Time BM, d..oed..te. of Mid countyof JEOR EPA, GIVEllS - -'.
many of our people, and even O. I.C . Onceola. A CALLPAINTING ; ..
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who has hitherto been Invulneru-
That are. therefore. to cite and admonUh all FLORIDA.
ble to t..epe attacks lit Buffering from I and alnmilar the kindred and creditors of uld "Chicago. and Florida Limited"Solid
r Lb. same complaint.) deeceaed. to be and apixiar before thy Court,on .
From the dl.male come to the or before the HI lidayjof" Folml''''''. A.D. ISIS and DR: LESLIE 'W. WEEDDN Vestibule Trains Steam Heated and Electric Lighted. :;
aide of life's" for In .
picture
pl.alll.ot
i" Die obj.,tlone. If any they have, to the mntincletter !IW Dining Care
the midst of all this diairess Hunters'
.
i *aa afoesadatherwiee the .m. will be ',.
I Paradise has been vigorously Invaded Ear -
granted M prayed. Specialist-Eve, -A L S O- :
and choicest of
and from the fairest
Wltneae my name aa County: Judtr of the '
Its bowers th* richest rose has been Nose and Throat..... ;
<'ount)'afuoioald,this. 7th day of January. 1908. "FLORIDA AND WEST LIMITED" TO'THEAND ,
INDIA
plucked, and when on Christmas UJUI'ntDI' W.R.JOHNS ON.

.n expectant bridegroom appeared -1.Seal 1. _ _ County. Ju8eNotice -
he had
Add announced the success at- EAST'"NE'V
t talned and the aid be required to con lor Settlement'and Final Private Hosoital, American National YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRE9C"

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summate the < f\ ._ Discharge. .
i respondent was soon ready and the Bank Building Tampa, TO THE :'
carriage and fiery steed held in waitit Notice b hereby given' to all whom' It may con. I "DIXIE FLYER', and"MONTGOMERY "
} that.! month teem thU& date I wt.l preMnt Florida. ,
infr were soon on their way to the anpolntment. corn * W EST
r Arriving at Mr. WllklssbT's my aeoounU and.....eb.n to the County Judce of If you arc thinking of \ ROUTE"g
the County of OaceoU and State of Florida at hU .
Miss In waiting
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;. Lilzale "
d Noah Raullson od.. young once In Kbwtmnwe City for.xamlnatlon and approval Pullman Buffet Sleeping\ : Cars to New York, Chicago, St. Louis, 2
r' idy soon counted as one only. and uk. for a final discharge ae Admlnle* having >' lip use pnjjitod' rA tantlt(aiid Intermediate Points. 5i
W. L.' WINN, your
Th. avmtll does not. work .to per trator of the Entate of Thomas Silaa. deoeaMd.J. ,- . -- -
cnJStlon.! Henry Savage, has W MILLER / .
r evil sits share to H.H.. ftortlo< and Administrator. awe-1L.Me.ae. : and want 8 flrst-clnss i) PULLMAN DININGiiI OAR Btlm1VIota ,J- ,
f th4vier; gentleman I* not having September V. 1 11107. :"" rvona M.TJK. . ...__.. jolt 1
] _. __ pu eun'g" '.............. ..,.. '
shows ,our Democratic rooster cl }.1J'1111.Jraeetin.f; ........: For tickets, reservation or Information. call on nearest,Atlantic.( Coast "
J itnokhokUn of th lye Agent, or -
arhua.be> broke the monster down. '
1' rare plte''a so conceited that w ft/nltad Land Company of Florida will be haW at. /, W. SIMPSON ut a reasonable price don'tfall fV. .
too Qui, try to run do m. *"" the office of the company. In. Klrima,... Fla.. al \ CARR. T. P. A. TAMPA, FLA. J. O. KIRKLAND, D.: P.; A '
that com 'Ml' (* nBIon all U on U o'clock a. in..on,.......JI.January 14<< 1908. for' 'U NTIST.om C. WHITE. O. P. A. WILMINGTON. N. C. W. J. CRAIG, P. T..M.....
m JUHi. DraStf*'"" Patriarch; Is in the electioa of directon,and for the tnaaactlon to see me. : .,
...v, your tntsMfalntr ID' the sights/ and of such other buelnena. aa may come before. the over' Osceola Pbarcuaoy. x ,
sounds. John has been abroad for +ss.ttat: C, W. WARD. Secretary. '
some time absorbing. all things con KUetmmee.. Pee. 19. 1907. OFFICE HOURS: t| 9 a. m. to 12 m.
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.' 1:30 BARGAINS ;
d genial.' Notice of Annual : to 6:301'. m. ,AT CASH StoRED I
v; We have at present four candidates Meeting.Notice Telephone No., 76 Jun 6, Irr.
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for count commissioner in. this dltj- .la hereby 1'1... that the' regular. annuameeting h '
trotr) and eba1uaoe of us expect. too of the _..bold.... of the Le-Pareona euec latke auetltt ik> THEO.G..HOFFMAN ,. .' :
.... in the raoe In some one of the prl-) Cattle Co.. will be held at the office of the company fAlk- ''I Cal to operyd. ., *? '' Pictures and Picture" Frame, 26o': ;;
mary forma In Kluinunee Hty,Florida on the 14th day M. TILLER ." 'I White !lV\V n, 40 In. wide,' ISo pr yd.to 35c. ';'. ,
} The oranges In this locality of January*1M& theaame belnr theaeoond Tuee_ I ----- \ ;

irost for our of unfriendly them ettll on Jack the trees Frost's wafting bite.are day In said month.the 6.hour H.of BULLOCK.o'clock p.m. Real Estate: Agency. ...H. OOHOON. R.J.GIIXMAM. tees Lace;, .sVn)nwidbrworth w.) ;-S.C'"v>"'_ '''aOcA"(?' sells"' :,.,Spool l Thread at 4c ., "

t, The warm weather has caused sap to ."-. :...- -.. I -- ecretory.,._: .\.aN\\\\\N\. N\N.NN\NNM -- -TH&ORLANDO _- Cassimere, '; 'ants, worth 82.50. sell\ Ladies'' : Union Suits' at tl.OO.. ..;'; \
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run freely and a severe freeze would Notice of Annual Meeting. at..91.75. Good Door_ Lock with.two less, zijPin
Realty bought and
,.a eriousl Injure future prospects. sold. '
. Corn buyers Notice. b karate; given that the regular. Annual Houses rented. PHARMACY Nice Suits Clothes worth tlO .
are paying; 12.35 per .. Strip Pwkts, worth tl.50, sell at tU at
'hundred, and with. few Meeting of the etockholdere In the Uchtaey. .
exceptions our Taxes paid and Titles 1.00.. !1;
'people are purcnasers of the cereal. Paraoul Cattle Company will be held In the office verIfied One-gallon/ Coffee Pots. go at l&a. 't
'Mr. Frank Oodla is one of a few of of the Company In Kleeimmee. City. Florida on .i for non-residents. t We carry a full line of Drugs, Med Jeans }'lInh, worth. $1,75 sell at. -: '' "4
those who have succeeded In making a the Hth day of January A. D. ItO$, th.same boInr Fire Life and Accident In loins!, Cigars Tobaccos, Fine Soaps, 11..25. New Dress Goods from 15 to 25c,

HufUoient to last from one. gathering the aeoond Tuesday In' aaid month, it the surance. ir Perfumes and Toilet Articles
to another.i. hour of 7 o'clock p...m. T. L. WILSOM. Indemnity B nd.J] \;"> --a 0 I Our You will '
M suppose w. are to have a wet and -. Secretary- -- C stock. new, fresh and pure find Bargains. :. In S finesEvery
p "T' *dry election. 'Don't' worry,-my dear Notice of Dissolution. 19 r9.9'-y..v-+fT4 and our prices sight, \
I reader because this subject ig...o often Prescriptions promptly and' carefully Day in the Week.
approached my articles Have not. The contract of partnership heretofore. existing compounded
let -received a decided impression. between Moon A Oliver for the practice of law %
-, from either side, and like number having this day expired by mutual content the Benedicta Wheu In Orlando call on us and we -r. t--- a
n of other voters await, the discharges contract bbs not .been renewed Mr. Oliver retiring t will treat. you right.

;;4 from the big runs with considerable -from the practice of law at-KlaijmniM.. and I Mall orders lIven special attention.! FLORIDA GA NE
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'interest. What we require! positive Moon continuing th. bmlnen.ThleJan. .
and undeniable facts, not vague and "th.; 1>>8. "A WOMAN'S MEDICINC" : DR. N.J. GILLHIM MGR.

;\, ,uncertain theories. We believe there j. i*. MOON. I !No.' 23 W.. Charebat.ORLANDO' PtA.L .

are two'sides to the question and may ',,__- T __ u, _ ____J_ _W._ _OLWFR'THEWORLDS __.. -- i .
be Inclined take sides with those

.who present Ibe best case. GREATEST SEWING MACHINE .10U KL'rTKB the Illi or .
r!
The postofflce at Whittler is D womanhood.\ A y .
making LIGHT RUNNING o *o manywomen do suffer P Do you f a -t
satisfactory showing with. the de.
want to get well without tb.
partceent! and has-thus far compiled >f ralnfaleiaminationsend neoMltf

w with the numerous 'requisition\ from consultations Do you want embarrassing to t.ke a rrigdttiand Requisite Power
the department with promptitude and '
reuaedy right into home ,
f jour and
,emcllnc,. Lanlor. I M likewise holding >or..IU our
*- the fort; in a' manner calculated to
please. the postmaster's many friends. BENEDICTA: I Jr igation'
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The failure on the part of the river Is II
a "Woman's
" Medicine.
to furnish enough water to transport. A prescription '
'our,merchandise is causing consider it a Ph.IClal"bo. made the study of r.- I : Is one of the bunt luiM>rtiMit Hubjrrts!' in FlorMntliot .
rule 01...... his spcclaltr. It was dsedsuecestruuybyhlrr.ln T I TIic a.ht nt ill l..n.l .
f able trouble., ..Messrs. Williams R timking at priKliirc I In! go tnuHJ! Cu '- ,Y1 'Met

McClelland are compelled to. hailtheir been used successfully his by practice.thousands It has of c parcel tn< the> greet rrei Its irrigation plxnt4 are wdti'irt t +
goods from Kissiomee. "
While our board of _county .commissioners women daring tae many years .tD e. Pro. I the roach of every fanner l
are being assailed by torrents Cresilre phyiiclans' hare also toned Ita Tal- I Ij j Let iii know have tiiitiiyi errs of srid luiul yeti Imvp mul werrqiilwn b t:, o

k of abuse' from all quarters wa still an sable aralitant when they d..tred toarold. I I furnish i plans 4-tnlxKlyiiifr the 'Wc I4.ar r >ciit>) for making vi n

z hold that our representative from the operation land pruiiiirtiv. we have II A* exact plant you'neetl, and we Iwjjv c '
Fourth (filler Godwin) gentleman BENEDICTA: an ratfmate from will ..
A ::J.H.REDDITT. UK nave yon tome(

bal.nca I !..a vegetable remedy. It Is made from M> alko sell Alarlne Knglani\ Motor Boat Supplies, Pipes, 1'ltt1it .

s ,ever"1lreetion the spirit tnoveth them, root, herbs and barks known to possess I I II JEWIE ftc. Write for beautiful, Illuminated catalog No ""
let Imprecations be. false or true, we properties which have a wonderful eG I RAND .. ae S .' i
cannot; believe that he la party to sod tonle effect upon the female or.... IY.1 I WATCH .EPAI ER. f

any dishonorable! act''that may be attributed ... nervous. system. Without mentioning the Florida; Gas inc and'Supply.'Co.. 1 ;
to the body at. large nor do 1- many torm.of female troubles that women Call and. see my Line of Watches.Old : .
, + we awaa 'Individual attribute wrong suffer,we' say that there Is no trouble of this TA'FLOR1DA
. ::t1 kind that Bente-leta Watches taken as Part Pay
-Uoteotioplo-any of Its) member.. will"" not Immediately re

*;ay o.-l Q. '\ .; '' .,- _.. '.' lieve and finally cure. ment on New One. ... a li! -b

Y'.v .. Cam Watlost* :.Jfrno waubltbfra T BENEDICTAIs : -
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: buttle or aHlrurle ifCF'.4stry( -
"I\. -. ....1... prepared&.re'IIUF scientifically: and Any article of tl'
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Jewelry
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".... \vbsfiainly) smashed a holeIn'' the'bar THl, HEW KOMI SIWIM MACIIIIIO.PAI'- with the consciousness of the responsibility Promptly Or.dered G. F. K RT PB J.M. W1L.LSON, JRM; 4
roms of Kaoias,.but. Dallard's Horehound .: Oran.... INaN. e.firing to suffering women a remedy that upon. Bequest_ 1 ,
SyrUp hss smashed all records ,Many IOwI.._,_hiD_ore.......so..l1....., _daeaha will not only be beneclMbut also harmless ATTORNBY- NOTARYPUBLIC.: .
as a cute for ooiuchs.. broqchitls, in- '.,bus the Mew U__|i m ad. a m m. .la effects no matter what may be the ooa" t i \ -.
flueaxa and"al 1.pUlmonary diseases.1V (hit trU.r..tr aster_all' dltlon of the woman taking ; ', VANS AGNEW, Office in the Court ..Jrliunjimmea. .-ll' STATE, AT LAKGX.,\,
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> :' C. H.=Horton, Kansas} writes: Said 1y .1. .. .,. It U sold at IIM s>er bottle, by Floiii4 Real Estate Agent
"'I have never founds medicine that vvtt sate ,

would 'cure',a ooivh so quickly. as'Ballrd's Stanford I Ctrsoo Kiw. R HrS :.:I ATTORMXY.AT' r.- w..,;.;.; II I- With whom will be, aiipi. i .klSSIMMEE: FLORIDA >1
Horehound Syrup.. I hare I Graves h's.'PhirmaCYi .. I ',
.I AMD NoTAiir-PUBLIC, ,- | trial ofjcausMasser th. } -=
used U for jr ar..,*' Sold -by Roberr..oo'sltP Iajta t Use..od news papers in'jo 0oleIDI'
rI'ae.J" ;:; it" Co. KlSstemee,.Fla.', idssiMMBB/FLA.. '* klSSlMMEE. FIJA' dI W .off We sell them at olUo

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