Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00316
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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1ke1 e Iy Lit .Seate loes Deg k W dlkrt1. *..p.......*.......,-.. lied I Jft, ?, ,.of UK. MwHdfvI. + 'Baldt Altogether, the erenloR' was a' most ,J. 'f' 'f ,'" ''' '
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ot t in County, Court' O't' _w. t...:.. .ubdlol. S OHd HeW Ja ary'tIi. prove roHtable to the cattle interestsnbringing .'"'" . / ...l '.
," Ej J ....... ....100oi N.1..i, 100, about a concert of action ; .':......,: .
;9 County .court convened; fct: X; -... m. W 0 Lbw.obwdNe I-i. :iMoodav, there "resent U a ..-.- 1 Kbool No 28.... 'eb The Council met In regular session" .. ::',, : .' f I,. .
',;, judo:'; Moon X..1 Ji 1It>eft__plory ac1>DoI II... ,U 111>'.., '' growing this section ,. ., .
there T W.E1U.. W. '
t -;. t W RJohnson, ) ;. J., 1. Mir 14* ..-...- _....... ...100oi.., 1981 I being present Those present were W.. C. Parsons, ,. ,J ;'J: "
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t J !'Pro.eoutingAttorneys'C. F, Prevatt State lank of Klaaiminoo, loam.6 mo. Mw OO, Collier.; I,..M. W hiddenJU.. U Ban the host J. MLcefL.'An' ., r r .
\ .... y j acting Sheriff,, and A.; E.. Donegan State, lank. $....-_ tat.maboT .. 1. ea dy, and J, R..Gilbert. President, be- 8. H. Bullock; K. ,, U Lesley.LlghL..y"' Itobt., r .Y4"!,. 'I .: ', '

; 'r .,. The docket."w..' bunded''' and :the poet ion of feacber"of musio' la the .L. "M. Vvhldden< was 'Uliaolmou.I'I' Van Duzor Julian Monsd'ocs, P. ,A. '" : (
School thehaving elected telll .
"' following pleas of guilty were..enteredod Kiss mmee High and president fro Vans Agnew and W. B. Harris, -
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boa*d accepted the same, the Ii r The minutes ,, sentences passed:; 6Oods
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Everett Bass, carrying concealed board appointed Madam Del Antonioto read and approved..* State fair: Notes.. .. ,' J
h' fill the unexplred term of said position The reports. of often were examined : .. '\
::1 weapons, tlOO and co.L.,' and sentence '
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ahe.being employed upon the and approved. "
'heu.pendedtduringgood behavior, upon WednesdayFebruary S, less thin .". ,
former teacher. The following bills were approved \ '
conditions as four
b Jt1' payment of the costs; same weeks from date marks the >
'. : .State s, K., T. Butler permitting MU Bret Butler haying' resignedthe and ordered paid, to-wit: opening of the great Florida ..State.Fal. y. ." :' '.
t 111 table5.00 I III position of ,assistant teacher In T M llnrphr, ......" M mayor" .. .. .t M 00PCHodjraa.aalaiTaamarahal .. at Tampa, and ''from that day '
'aan licensed I '
b1Ing a
on ,
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.' the primary department, upon mot.loD. until the fair gates close :>at the midnight ..
and costs. PG Modeeaeo.t.r. . .. ... ... ,1800 :; _
t' State vs. Morgan J.: Bass, selling Miss Woods.ll was appointed to fill FCHadinafMdln--prlaona* 11 M hour of. February 22, 'thousands : :
the unexpired term at salary of .936 i Z Robaraon. Craaaarar: :.:: : ::: 1000BPDann.aalaT7aupt of Tourists
and aalarjr home seekers and visitors
J liquor in a dry oouD''LI5O costs. KLF; ... .., .. WOOJ ; ; : : ,
w. State vs. Smith. Mather selling per month K Gilbert aalarraa......_.., ..... .. 8Ii noMnOUMorriaon. 1 will be entertained as never' before at !
' .liquor In a dry county, $50 and costs Supt. Sear"Rave, notice that. he had ranto/CouJacU room.. 6 00WJSaara any state fair in the country Flor- '
i. w.r filed application 'for State aid for aalarraiaWlonnan . .. .. I DO idlans themselves have been ATDOSIfIn .
.< 1 greatly
and 'suspended
sentence .on payment I
;, schools'Nos. 13 and 7, and that same IWt> ||l. .. . ... !S 00 J .
surprised at the magnitude of fairs
;1"i 'of mete L N ..-.r1aryyaaya..Maldr.rmman ... .. .'..- t 00 I
,: State vs. Ed. Williams, vagrancy, had 'been granted. C LBandr. .... .. 100KtMirwnaaTalaphonaCa.phoMrant held in Tampa in former years, .but

f ,'.. .sixty i .d.;,. in )Jail at hard labor; teacher The question of the' of Bsslnger salary ''of school primary was TW JI1Ioo.lor)' .< aldarman.. ... .. ....... 1 I OO Hi fairs in absolutely with no- feature that of will those. .'
Qi The case against J. C., Bass, for ( . . M compare February 1
r+ .1.i 'gaping liquor in a dry county, was then' discussed and Miss Browbleel Cook..wltnrfe. .aa.. :: ::::::: MRQEdmondaon. by reason of which every Floridian -- "

,', having presented the-letter from Supt. .. ,. .. . .. .
wham.t. M should 'attend.
of .Absolutely ,
'ft -continued account the absenceof every .. f'
3.1 ,. on ..... . ..._. 60 ,
,f [ an important State.wlttness..' Sears stating that her; salary 'would mTinoT. wltnaaa f. ,. . . ...... 11O visitor will be well taken care 'of at 't"+ Y ;

1::,. .'The..raLu.t L. J. Jones and be S45 per montb110! ; to" out SanrrWUIaon.witMa.faa. ., .. .... 80HarvgPhillips. a very small expense, and were the , .
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me sun-district fund and We boardbeing .... .. .. .. .. "
sr Cary:Jackson-, .selling liquor, in a Of wiia.m 1' w to open today Instead of a month \ _
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lot ,.dry county, were none pro... of the opinion that at a former Oaonra D T Wu.MeLaiurhlln..... labor. wltnaa. f.. ...... .. 74 W hence'so thorough has been the work \ '

:1 The oases against Morgan Bas and meeting the said salarywss placed at W B Sa......printing ..%. . .. !J,.. .. ..* 2S M of" employees of the Bureau of In 'For, > ,
\' { Will .,. wherein ., C45 per' month ordered the superintendent W 8 Graham, for laaddaad.> ..1. 76 (10 formation, who will direct visitors toopropel' '
I i 2iOa day county Mrs.Stedse M 1..._ealahnnaa and E. P.. M 00 ;.
to draw' warrant for TUIar. homes, thousands' could be ::1, :
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.: tos liquor In a were W L Van Duaor. Inaaranaa E L.P .. ..... t II'I' 00 ..
..4 entered in the Circuit Court, and were and Miss Brownlee for balance J M WUIaoa.Jr. ln.uraao.jELP2700 cared for at moment's DotIce.Tampa. I ;
... i handed\ down to the County Court of .alar"due them. Walter-Howard, wood for K L P.: 6804 has prepared for this. Important I /
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There 'being no further: business nlnlCo.o4lforKLP feature has Q
a. no 'city
for action; the tCasaiL2Lj
9 IIi ; were placed on J a Giibart-fratebt .10 M
absentee docket board adjourned till oext regularmeeting. Water.Aiaraoo ,:ro.r.: for; EL-. 20 In which a fair or exposition: has been .
.:. The ease ot Rabble'Tanner; selling !.. W_ ,,.C.BASS', Oarlock Peking Co. mda. for E fc P .. "., U S4 held .( "J

,4 ? Ii", uor In a dry county was tried' and. Attest Chairman, Florida M Gllbart.Elaetrie aaUry Ca.aa mdaa aolketorELP B I.P. ::::: S4 M COJ 00. "' ':.,f" :..;,; j

.\:, a'Verdict of not guilty rendered. W.' J. 8KAR8, Supt. C 0 Narloa.labor B L,P ..........v...,.., IS '75' ,The Graystortfe 'T" ...'
.. H OStanford. labor. raept ctraat work.'. 4 (WD .
: Alberta Arnold was tried for selling :
r', liquor In and notguilty. "Look Not.Upon the Wine IWhen, It .Rotundo. labor r.ent.u.m work . IN): The new3r ay stone Hotel; which has Oil!,: E, .
::.. a-dry county found Bind C1.maa..U..t work ..::: : : COO been under construction here for .
.: ; J Alvay atraat work.. ......'. 11 OU,
.1 Hack Potter. was tried for. assault is Kcd. H C BtanIad. mdaa for: Mlabooaa.::::::. :, 1175. several months past la now nearing .' .,.I .: ,f' ; ...
and and found not guilty. 'We heard s' divine deliver J 41.8_. labor work .. t AO! completion, and it is expected that the ","J
battery once ... . . 7 1I8 It ;
Harry Squtraa. atraat work. it. h ; dining parlor., lobbies and at . ,..
1 '.. The civil case of R. It. Roberts' vs 'total abstinence" discourse from a W B baktnaoB On. mdaa .. .. M room ,
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the A. C. L. Railway Co., assumpslt' pulpit on the above text. The thoughteame DT WUIaon. .atraat work....... ",.. ..'...:'. 13 '0 least. portion of the. bedrooms will ;: too.. :*anod, SCOKiaamunaaLumbar be ready for by Feb. 1st. i :
.. damages was tried and a verdict for to us, "man know thyself" and Co.lumbar. ..,, . . M occupancy ;vIs
$27.80 rendered for the who has .. .. .. .. .. For the past week or so the force of : : ,
f plaintiff. your subject.1 Any person L H swork. ,< .". 44 00 \ .
I Mfg.., Co J., W, bandied new wine or seen It when It Mack : WOO workmen has been largely increased, ;] 5:" J \0 .
Thompson, judgment entered ,by con when it was made, know t.h..11 new G.o H P-maM. aanltary ImclMta .:. . 7 H 00. and.Mr :Thurman Is sparing no ex- '. : ,1
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.t. % t sent. "white wine". has a pinkish or red R Tip L Padratt.IIn dth a Oct salary..t..t aoavaaxar.-,<... ......... eI 22300! cense too-make the ,hotel thoroughly' : order .tQ'
'R. D.'Llbby vsi; A. C, 1. ''Rvl:, assumpslt cast and Is not fit to drink until It has State Bank of 1("".. la_. ..... 70 00) up-to-date in every detail. . .. -" .
When finished the house will
;i damages $100, was tried and aged and has been clarified. Wine Council received a ,communication contain #r\ <*I 1 i

, a verdict rendered for $76. '.In favor from red grapes can' be turned Into from Mrs."Carrie H. Murphy asking: forty-two bedrooms' number. of .. ; ; ,: ,
white wine and- when the )juioe baa that be build them ao arranged that' they can be Stockn
of plaintiff.. I permission given to a 'for ,
. I lost its is on the road to be- wooden building. on. Lot Block' used either single\ or in suite and pro- Spring ,: c ./; : ,
being made. No wine is healthful If "'Florida Railroad Tided with private toilet and bath. .
South Survey J; ;, '
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School Board .Proceetfints.: not clear s.mebeloi', within the fire limit, said On the roof a lookout is being 'I' .. Jr "r.M'" :" : 1

i.'.Noab. planted .a. vine house to be set at' least 40 toot from built, which is twenty-four feet square '

r ,!z>i, The KcBSnorac Board of, FLa.Public, Jan.Instruction"7,1009.r yard and drank the wine thereof any ether.building./ By unanimous railed and which in;will affording be decked thai ''guestsa overana all Winter., Goods, ,..W"'f, I!

, " man has 'been prone to use It. to ell- consent the above request was(ranted. ','
n '''t I ;!her rerular aesslon on above date, cess. But if-wine Is' not/>meant '01'map' The following petition was received magnificent, view off the' Take>'''and\. r"J"'I'
r; ,;. being presentW. C. Bass, .E. how is country for, miles:around .. >
osx: m MODERATION. which was signed by-ai|/'good ,Dumber I, i
K. Brown and W. W. Chandler s.soW Mr. John 8. Bowen a resort hotelman : .
J Bears, Superintendent, it the good Master turned the water of the property.owners' _on and, near: of large experience and a genial be sold at..cost.: ;. :a
.Minutes Into -wine at the marriage feast at Mitchell street: : ""j. '
of last regular meetingwars Cana of Galilee Is not good sound BonorabM'Board Aldermenof pentleman who will always make "t; ., ... I
read and To the of / rK f ; ,,, ..' .! .
J., Mrs a p'proyedJ.B.Gilbert aged wine much 'more, healthful than Klssimmee,' Fla. '__ things'as pleasant aa possible ''for 1 >: [ ; ; "' "J ..<\\1,""",. .
. ';' N..lab county' ardent spirits or-malt liquor f ADdis We the undersigned his guest, will be,In Charge of the ., : .
a '15"[treasurer.. reported. follow.:' there not less drunkenness in win ertv on and near Mitchell streetby hotel,,and Is sanguine over the pros Rerim UiJer"ik'f..' :ft: ;; .
To the Honorable Board of Public /
x y . Instruction In 'and fqr Osoeola drinking. countries than li) countrieswhere I petition your'.honorable, body..thatMitchell' pects. ._ ,. .. . ) {i : .;x..::,!11< .
'' spirits are the staple drink > street be made a thoroughfare ; : fin< ; i, ; a b.
County, d "1\
A Itttfe'negro girl 1. daughter of .
California Is '
today producing some by making ,
rt+' I herewith tender my report as treasurer acro..lof.wtfob: proper Lltzle Oaulden, was burned to dean
of theworld'sbe.t, clarets and white :
M of Usoeola County, for. the month grading where at her home In North. Kissimmee( ,on Is forcaskoitly- : : .. .
' wines; 'Yet how little""is retained for tracks cross said street,and requiringthe ,. : \>: .
7"" r of.Deeemb.r" ''i9OL.: Imo.. I borne eonsumptlonvi Francs .ldlportsour'wiace Midland'and Atlantic J Coast Line Wednesday.. ,The' child who ..was .. .!
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"'., ..wswL.o.ooi, phis.1t in large quantitiesrand is companies .to. remove the abandoned about five tears old; was left at home ""n '" ' ..' : h' ;;, ,
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'I : by Ite mother with a larger oh lid, and '. '. .. !... ,. I ,:
reshipping of. it to the United
SOOM ears that they'. .. on a -oat offswHch .' ,
. the little one managed. to get ,hold of .' "
States under .fteDjb.label. & Wd MtoMMR. INOW "
,".S 1t,."'RtllN rl 00. ImrlaMl U as yet"'conservstiveandalb We also oak: that .a* lauii u light t of a box of matoba'wben she slipped '., '.., .'.,. .i! .:".." ...."! . I' .,'. .,,. . 11:; .
,<. : for French, other. Continentaland sufficient power be placed, n'one of out in the yard and wan .trying,to '. ".,, '( ( ,!."'" ,\\1:.' .' ""II:, -, f; '. ,. ..J...." " .
' I Moue Australian but: la actually build 'a fire her clothing'"caught, < ; 'V""..,... ',- -{
&; -._ .... TtiColl.eoor.ooiisii0i;: ;; l 'f the latenect.1DIf"OOroers 'of Mitchell 7i- J' .I. '"' ;'Ii .
<' .Te-..& QoUea4Ieoo.t.x.Iw7 '$7 06 drinking qunthtee of our wine and Drury ,streets,-ss ItIs-.' badly and before assistance.could arrive .AT THESE'pbIC 1'f\ :; ,,r.
!' ?:+h" M,' sold under a French nonde plume.' needed there. If this work ls 'done Jit she was so horribly burped that,, she . ;, .ft. :

, J :.,., .,'j>ridw.rrssgs. per U.... .. . ... .,,.1767 7te4so I Gri. r ham'.Oldham & Co.'. wine will rive Klssimmee 't.bree.'h.Ddsome"' died In,a, few hours.Mrs. 4 .. \ ".... .'... ,
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merchants, 11 Regent Street, London paralleled -.treece'where we have { ;...-
, now ,
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toss > Salsne..n. .". ... ... .. .. ." i e0e! ..10l' W: England:, who Hell .under"The only two-rChurch ana'Broadway. .' .. C. M. Brlttam has'resigned I .

--.--. ..... Big Tree" brand were the only- old After coa.ld.ralIOD the above petition her position as must teacher' in thehigh . IN,., ,'"," h'II

,pa k 1'0___from lss report..".......... '2811'1 established firm In England who up to was referred to the street.commit- School and Madam Del Antonio ;;;=:: \ ;:
,' Team .-...... hem Camptrlkr. Mete a few' -years"ago handled: California tee.. ;1 has been elected to fill the vacancy. ,MMwwMwe\\\\N, kY. ,,., v

.'..' ,; ; ''. U wine Mr, Griersbam "visits California To secure the usual discount on the ---r; /' ,: I.' :',:j.
1ti /S .' and select'' his wines TE J : :
""* :. .0.,27S" yearly own purchase lamps -and transformersused qNDENSEO': E "':
__, from. reliable wineries., by the' electric light plant, the " "
f 1 ,Borne of us In California apparently *--Of THE.: CONDITION. OFr ,,
''. ,. .. ... . contract was given the Florida Eleo .!
sla.e. .. .. ... ... .. \
mde.oseo1I4..put. '.
make of wine. ,
> expect to a fortune out. ,
*"i ..L trio Company .to. furnish'same for the ,, ;
... The
State Bank of
;oa' : in a few years, consequently' our wine ensuing year and contract was signedby : Kissimmee :' : t

V7.106. r'dffrom Ta.Cdl'etwta.i1901 Ins 16 la transported to Europe very often In chairman of the electric light com : .i ) '; _
? < KISSIMMBB! jrLOuDAAtthebloseof'Buelnesa
} an unripe condition, therefore bringsa ; .
1 mittee. .- i t'j i"';' ;, j ,
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J *'lf/. r $ ,inport. low price. and has to ,b..held from Committee on damage of J.M.Will- DecembergU : ti ",
;xpr !; eighteen month to two years before son, ''Jr. (mentioned at a previous We :also' have a, tot of, tt.i: ..wt .v! ,|

;. .._ : .8 Unoe's .,,.,.., : : :V '.1 22' it is fit to. be offered to wine drinkers.We meeting) reported. after investigationthat' 1907:;. .' ,' '"" '
&" )> c.ooLaD"ouir'no41.S ) 1 here f .... ..' to clarets, 'whitewines .
.f. our be
Mr. Wlllson offered 25 '
; 'r .Une. from ...* -,..n..,.. .'I |S1 SI which mostly ship In 'glass. RKSOUftCES.Uaaa : ." .aQd' : : :"/ '
we of said damage, which .report 'gtois ic'; : : :
r.dtra.Tax tsrw9e8
:MUetor, datiaged 'r. ;
"I d'f oLfml are in a more manure condition; 'floodsherry' was accepted by the )().rd.- aad D4.e.uaa .. ....itW.3M\ TOOr Hants .slightly .
.4: r i V for the 1s rdmtta.. .. ..: ;" "
IV': : (IM.II ; English palate The matter regarding back taxes BM 00BondaandPramlnau " "' .J , ,
..\.. ,lty alid ........ta all_Ilat. r.,4.. ... .. lilt 110 mostly imported" from Spain, the aged against Lot 21 of Boswell's 'addition .,.:">.".. .v.. 17.00000 rb'' 'J'P'JIt' ,;' ""

,1 Blanoa .. .... .......... ... ..',.1e-, oeAV. wlne.beiag fit. too;use six week after' was taken up and as,, the'- records R.4LaroamdFIutaarl.r.a.... :;. 7.8210 .. which 'we' wflf clrfsc"' out. regardtessVof( ;
'ftAnAePC7JC having been placed upon the rack. showed that said certificates. were Issued Caah. Cash Item.and.Dua (ran Other ,

,. ; ,,,To,".aal.nea, ..tran Jut raoort. ... .?,,. .. .. 1>0 1IcI Ourwine, Is often' aged, la. large correctly, the taxes haying neverbeen .11.......;. /.y .;".!,,.I.....-1,...:.',<,,..' 86.738. (2 . -.... .'
'J -: but.t..o if a but.ll goes wrong there Is paid.- ft was decided liw.. AlrfMinMlthat __. '''''-- I r

t.4nei.q:.. .,->... ,,.'....:a 1.1$0u0MRS $ a great 10'.10oet.imel; { thousands amubould be-p,id by owner- .of n 'I1K6.1WT el.INABILITIES. ,cost. .:

; 1C, 8. GILBERT, of <
A.. Coantr Traaranr,, off oped to Europe what oon- There being no further business Capital Stock ( .,.'.,... .. M.OOO 00B.rdo..n..4 ..or ,
->,rt.v. -; :
r '''iPald'' and ditlon Is U likely to arrive In'; I Council adjourned to meet la\ regularsession ... '; i ;d
; jaooelled,' waraant* i,s'_ ,-...'...:;.'v'r. ';., kOmm c' I :! e
dr amounted to $1840.01, California Zinfendelolaret( is bard Tuesday-February 4th,:A.D. ,.Undlrila Proflt/; : i'o/;.. ...'.:.. , lees 4'N-.-.... ....,....-..._---. --\NMN\MMNMw. ,! .' .
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t co xoel.1 She also produces' some .1908 at 4 p. me ''I. 'L .. .n, .... .....__ "" "
Bills j. .... .. .
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7 were approved god' warrants :.. ., .. .
rr ; Dpadi. .r.t.i.d ;87.180 14 -- - 1 ,--.-.._._ YT. '
,; t siued as follow;: to very the good fore with/both champagne;port and and, is' coming..harrysn1 L.. MI: VYHIDDKN Pro Tem., .(.'-d edCIMcU,..;:.. .... "., .. .:j ..0(25w'! .. . ', .. "' .- .. ' "- :\ '!'it:. '" ,

"' .WD, ewr.l..apt.. . .'. ...... .,.itown. tic 00 produces some excellent brandy i J, R.. GlLBEKT TChairman < BfflaPaymbrf.DrridaadaUBaJd.i.....j.:1. : + .,j .NtiNN ; '4 I : :?,. r
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yrc MnpI .00 manufacturedfrom ...... .>/ Jr..'. .. 1.006 00 '
1t 11, .. more particularlythat ( ," "' .. .r :. ,. 'i'
e Pr..f i y. 480 CodaetioaaonHaad.;..,'V.. .... .,.... 410ssw . t' > "i.
OiaadlarTM B P ljprlntlnc ooo the white and lI1'ey"\\ rlestlng : 1 i;;,/ .' ( ,;
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+ id.. to4as our people to drink sound California Mr. W; Parsons was the genial baa of : ( ? : :( f :
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'ter _" ? 'U'' 00 a dosen gentlemen were present, .some NPaba...8re.of Florida st Ioarri. .. .
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industry, and .
.tai. M.n tsob.d .thud Gale .tlatlmiCertainly
r Ns1oti o others wb.ose interests In this line, are -' -- < {
4000 smashed a hole In 'the barrooms similar to his" 'r+ 9 tt

.i 0 Rags. asm r'..coal s ss"S of Kansas, but Ball.rd Horehound splendid repast bid', been prepared Osceola County 5.

Syrup has smashed all recordsas 'and .w..'erved, at Mr., P.. A, ,
IaHwtlwM r! r., : .88 a cure' for cough.- bronchitis, in
Vans., Aarnew's 'offioas., ''Hon.- J/ M.
M1 MFIHubtmrd 28 90 00 fluenza and'' all pulmonary dl.._. Lee acted. .
toastmaster well
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-sub dirt 4 .r*.. :.-:x...,..,-,..-..,. .;W...f"]A W T.'.1 c.. H.-Hortoo 'KaD"medicine' writes: general master of ceremonies,'In which CompanyS.H. .C.W. :DANiN'
** have never found" 4 that "
t H8taffM .28. Mb-* capacity he Is always at home. :
k 4 i.f*:, 1*..*.** i. .ia. i.v.* 1000 would cure a cough so quickly.: .,as .After all bad freely part..keD'of'' the .

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used It .. .
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: ments. S -, Florida Hews' Notes '

: On the fifteenth morning-the tardy and Gaynor Now Inmates
letter arrived at last ,having been "
forward by Mrs. Mistley ,front' J>> -

: A 'T lt11.i. ..: Dy.......... Parts. The colonel' read It slowly ,.,L ,, -T, , ,.TTTT' ' ' W 'V' 'T 'V 'V' 'V 'V V 'V' ' 'V of Atlanta

for It was ,written In pencil on the '
j 'iO"1"IuJ." ........: ? OUNG 'Hcnry-: ..... torn-out page of a sketchbook. Then Move to Build Cross Country Road. __ Yarn Fighting Extradition. I

,A.ft61o.rn ;ar! MIS'EY ...... he read turned It aloud the: paper. over again and' A movement'to:,build a cross country Telegrams received! hi Tampa from TO SERVE FOUR YEA'R, 1. .1 _

"Dear Colonel-I leave Moscow road from Falco, in Baldwin county, Ela Paso Texas, state that the case of _. i

SecretSerl1ce : Merriman. this afternoon. walking to the first to Pansacola, has been started, both W. W. Varnt :who applied for habeas _ '

: : I station 'pn. tj) e Nljnl Line. I am'fair* In Pensacola and In Baldwin) county, corpus proceedings to obtain? Ills re World-Noted "Convicts Received by, '

.. .. I ly off now-rIght in the heart of the Warden Moy r,as'Ordinary Prison ,
it being the desire to provide has been
.. .e country and no one the wiser. GiveOle a means lease again ., postponed upon Uncle f

: twelve months before you thinkof for the farmers In what' Is 'known the request of the attorneys for the .re Ar. Taken Into _

get In K anxious", eighteen before I.5 the. Perdldo sectldn, which: is a wealthy naval, stores dealer.. Yarn Sam's Domicile. I_ _ _
A N mi a yon show your anxiety and -
"!I!' '''''".''1'11'11'"''''''''1'."f.,'/yy'y'y.' '? -I *I *I v twenty ; reat'frult and vegetable growing section was arrested one month age upon a :
one before ,you send Wilson and Benjamin D. and John F. ,
::4 i ft CHAPTER; XXII.v' 14 umph of E.i&rJ) architecture was Bates. Let them come unknown to to get their" produce to market bya warrant\ of the governor of Texas ,world '

Continued. expressed therein but wonder there the newspapers,. It either of them be nearer route than la now the' case charging him with being a fugitive Gaynor, known throughout the _ ,

Then he mounted. 'The'last person was not. It was as If the 'old man' unableto come-I do'not anticipate and thus encourage them in truck farm- from Justice, as, he II wanted in Pen-' for the hard fight they made to keep ,
knew every line and turn. and was I lag: The road proposed will reduce the eacola on the ,charge of' wife .deser- '
\ with whom he Ihook hands was unwillingness-some one else must, out ot'jhefederal prison after being ,
his brother. Charlie, who had been now gazing& on them as one who bids : Do not.on any account send one man mileage about thirty miles, and.. If the tion, but through an appiiatIonfor a 'and then convicted of embezzling I

I ,standing at the horse's.head. It was farewell. alone. If I should not get back, and, two 'counties enter into It Jointly tho writ of habeas corpus Yarn has been at charged

strange how he younai1or Invariably The sharp conclsa.tread! of on ofll- Wilson falls to hear, of me. shed a cost will not be,grea4 considering the liberty under, a bond of $1,000) pendinga $575,74990 ,from the government :'

found something to do, and was clous stones police behind agent the! old, sounded fellow on but the he friendly tear but shed it in private; results obtained.' Heretofore' the final decision by tho court. The de' on the harbor contracts! at Savannah' r

never to be discovered Idle., never turned orbeeded It. our white-coated friends' must not two counties have' ,Jointly borne the lay' has been due to the- request of are now ensconced 'In the 'federal '
hear of it. the _
"Come. Adonis! Winyard vailed He seemed lost In a reverie whoro- By bye on second expense of building steel bridges$ overt Yarn to be allowed to secure affidavitsand J'' '
out; and then he vanished In the thoughts, 'please tell your ladles and "he prison near Atlanta.Wedenbday .
; :
1 darkness. 1 in perhaps:. figured-!the 'grim: personality the mater all about Marie Bakovllch. e Perdldo river andl'tia now proposed witnesses front Alabama, as morning' they arrived todo "

Then Mrs.:, Mistley. 'Mrs. Wright or Ivan the Terrible, who had It will be safer. ,Do not'1'losa, &.ht of that they do likewise In building desires' to prove that, ba was a resident ;
and the colonel turned and entered caused this same Basil to bo .Unlit; the mater, and take dare of the rei i this hard road except that'each county of Alabama and not Florida, and a "tour.year sentence and begin ,,

4 . tbe house Lena and Charlie were and then when It was'1I.nlshed. seeIng spec table! AdonIs Yours, j I bear the expenses of the portion of that therefore! he could not have deserted this sentcncewhereas. It they had gou ,

.J left.alone. They stood side by side, despite his coaisa' and barbarous -.. "W. :M." road to be built In that county. Efforts his wife in the Florida city,'as to prison after being cpn.vlcted- ,
at once
,4 and listened for a sound that: waNt nature, that It was almost superhuman The colonel's volco quivered a lit- j era being,made by Pensacola. buslnes. Is alleged\ In tho w rrant It seems ,
had blinded forever its nameless be walking out free
would now
dead. So still were they that Char- tie as he finished reading. : men to encourage truck farming In that ha has., again nlu-d for a continuance they
lie could hear the hurried tick ot architect ,Uut'1\'hat'1.ho11ld an' Lena, slowly sipping her'' coffee, | Baldwin county for the reason that the. being uuM'le\ to secure all tho men. ,
old know
his own watch Lena stood motion- "Thou hut-seller wilt sell no of these here things" said looked over her ('UI) toward her father | county 1 Is'fast being settled up' by German testimony he desired.Qualifying It' Is doubtfuf if Gaynor ever leaves i'i'S

less and showed no& sign of moving./, caps with an Interested but somewhat tho prison alive as he Js In wretched '
immigrants 'and practical farmers -
obtuse ,police spy at his elbow.'NoV' '
Her companion waited mln- critical.expression on her face. and has been for some time.-
for some health
.' answered the old man Quiet.It. .- from the north n'nd west, who are Ue- examinations! for the
-'' &te. with the peaceful patience of "It:is to be hoped, she said "that made an examination
The prison physicians
without looking round.' the pending upon the city as an outlet for Rhodes scholarship will be held at ; ,
,- a sailor. and then he said In little respectable Adonis will appreci Warden, wtll.
both and the
"No; go on, one way or the other. ate the 'Interest shown In h1. wel their products. Gainesville on the 21st Instant. All of ,
more than a whisper '
"Come. Lena!" ""Then la Moscow one may not fare." AI who wish to'try for this 8cbota.l'shlpmust decide what work they are to do., It

She turned and looked at him even look at a church" said the old "Ye- s'" 'said the colonel. vaguely One Survivor of III-Fated Houseboat.The report that day _at 8:30 a.m. any."All '
man turning to go. 'as he slowly folded tho letter. to Dr. J. N. Anderson urofeaaor of convicts work' here," stated Warden
vaguely, as If she had not been aware ( only survivor of' the ill-fated '_ _
of his presence.' He was standing In "No from I here turned away an Englishman "Therel"! ha continued more energetically houseboat lbat was 'swept away by the Greek and Latin at the Florida Stat Mojer. "if their physical' condition'

front of the open door; a beam of for"yesterday; and -If an as he placed It In his pocket recent storm wall handed at Cedar University, The scholarship will\ bo will permit, I am awaiting the report',
Englishman- ttfey
light flooding out Into the darkness every- "you know as much as I do." awarded this and residence at of the physicians on these men." ,
W. H. who had
thing-may not Jook surely thou Keys by Mr. Hodges
rested on his upright form, and > Mrs. Wright slowly) raised her eyes The Oxford, England will go Into effect Tho noted prisoners left Maccjn_ with
mayest net been searching for the party.
\ gleamed on the dead white of his from her plate, and looked across the Wednesday '
morning at
., linen lie was motionless and quiet "Same fellow my man. Same follow table toward her huaband. ''i- houseboat( contained five Bohemians, netx October. The examination will\ much secrecy ,

) as uiuaj-the personification of equability you thick head!" muttered' 'tho "Except," she said suggestively who were' 'living, In the boat, and were be passed upon by the scholarship 3:06: o'clock, over the Southern accom.' ,
old man In perfect English a. he whom Iti left panied by United States Marshal'
and strength. \ From his unusual "In the matter of Mario-.-something employed Ruge Brothers' oyster committee, with the selection
hobbled toward the Holy Gate In *F. White .Deputy Marshal Dave
George ,
heightens looked down at her or other. canning factory.. After standing the the successful candidate.
"gravely."Come.. passing through he reverently "Mario Dalo\'ltch'es., : I must tell fury of the storm for a time tho boat This committed la composed of A. A. Rlley and C. W. Hubbard,. jailer of ,

." he'repeated' "We have bared senile his bead, looking sideways up you about her. It would' interest vent to pieces and the men clung to Murphree, president of the Florida Fe. the Bibb county jail. They were due to ', ,
with toward the
k had a hard daY-let us go. In. Beware picture. awe sacred you I think.", parts 'of the boat until they were washed male College; Dr. Andrew; Sled, \president l. arrive In Atlanta at S o'clock but It '

: of that little step.. He quickened his shambling pace, Lena was still sipping her coffee off or gave up from sheer exhaus- of the Florida State University was 8:30: when the doors of the big '

And under pretext of guiding her, but stopped suddenly in one ot the mdi iferently. tion. The rescued man saved himselfon and Dr. W. F. Blackmail. president prison closed upon them. ,
1 be took her hand wfthln his and continued the '
,entered the house. arm narrower streets of New Moscow. A colonel l. "Is a' young lady beautiful the top of the cabin: which drifted -; of Rollins College Notwithstanding efforts made to keep ;

They found the old people In the blue"w&l, fixed to the wall. I and accomplished. Two years ago on 'an oyster reef 'near Port Inglls. I their departure a secret tho news leaked .

.I' drawing- room.,' and upon this he laid his stock of she undertook to remove me from Here he was found by ,a tugboat from I Sixteen of the nineteen members ot out, and was known la Atlanta, '

"WellT" she said, smiling, as she fur caps separating them and shakIng the face of the caith. I She is whatIs Port Inglls In a most pitiable condition. 'the Duval county republican executive long before the train arrived there. '

,crossed the 'room: out the little black'curls of hair called In some countries a patriot A fellow victim was ,with him on the committee met in Jacksonville a few The Southern arrived late and the train ,
4 : "Well!" replied 'Charlie at' once: with a practiced hand. lie arrangedand and that is the form taken by her cauin until he at last died from tx- days ao fQr the purpose of definitely was stopped near the prison. They t

'. ,:wIthout'turnlnc round. sorted his diminutive stock in patriotism. Of course she belongs to haustlon.: deciding upon a date for holding their were admitted and were quickly takeain "

"I think." said Lena;' without addressing trade for some time, till the street several crack-brained societies and primaries and convention. After some hand. Entering the prison, they %

anyone: in particular,'!"that was clear, of passers-by. Then he ono'of these was kind enough to Inform II to hold the with the moonshiners; '' I
slipped one hand into the breast of The fallowing news Item II from discussion It was decided were on a par \
,it was a' great success, don't you? his long coat and produced 'a letter. me at'by' the letter that time I was condemned Washington. "It ('I 'reported on seemIngly primaries on January 22!, "when delegates who arrived a little while before them "
''}.;':eel Everybody res Immensely.said ,they, and enjoyed I really themV 'believe -- After ftlancing at the address., ho Mistley, He had the effrontery to :. reliable authority that the Flor- to the convention' which meets from North Carolina. These men._who 'j

", they meant it.". dropped it Into the box ,and murmured reply to their formal communication ida republican convention will beheld on the following dar will be elected.At hove spent a fortune seeking to evade .1'

"I am sure they dld/.1 amrmed'her in English: but I did not see, the letter Since on February 6, at St. Augustine, and the convention: sixteen delegates what they had at last( to yield to, were "

'mother, readily with a IItUe'contrac "There goes the last link I am then I have heard nothing'about It. that a solid Roosevelt ,delegation'wlll 'will be named to attend the state con taken Into the private office ot'a deputy, "

; ..ts', :tlon of the eyes. "The floor was lovely off at last and a week ago to-day I Some time later Mistley received ,a ba sent to the Chicago convention In vention. At the state) convention: four searched and stripped. They were photographed ' ',
,, I know,' because I tried It. Charlie was putting up' scenery, at threatening letter, and since then this June. This Information conies direct delegates from the state at large and and measured by ,the BertIK

: led me astray '.. usual and made haugh When! the' 'Post omce collector girl has followed him like a shadow," J ly from a number of leading republicans two delegates from each of the three Ion system. After this they were turn.,

me dance against my principles' and. came shortly afterward with ,his bag Lena slowly set ber'c ) down upon who are ,now in Florida and congressional: districts In the.state will ed over to the bath room attendant IA'
the table. 'With '
one white finger she
,despite'"I my "gray hairs. . to clear the box. the old hat-seller began polishing the top of the silver .though It Is surprising.there are some be elected, ,t? .attend the national republican and made to ,take a bath, after'which
beard said Lens mlschievously -
, ."several people'talklnK about anelderly was still examining/ his wares. one of coffee pot with peculiar attention. local politicians who accept It. According convention. they were taken to the prison barber

I't'\ lady' from London being the which he pressed upon the ,letter carrier like a child who,, is* being'' gently' to 'the report the republican -:"-- shaved and their hair cut. Donned In ', ,

''best dancer in the' room; But- with' a little clumsy ,pleasant]scolded. bosses 'of Florida do not.aocC'p. the The Ciacaj-e Bay' Fruit and Vegetable the striped suit of the short-time prisoners I

'there Is1 papa pulling..his mustacheto about tho cap coming in"useful when "By ",some means" ''continued the .several anti-third ,term',statements' Association with: headquarters at they were led Into the corridor '

keep! himself awake. You old peo he received his pension. colonel); ''he turned the ''wrath, ,of 'led'by, ,.President.Rooseveltand'be. Lemon' Clty;""held ,its'an'nualmeetinga where their description was again'tab ,

"iJe keep such shocking late., hours. The old fellow spoke,the guttural, these mistaken patriots from my, 'lieve, that he r will,takethe, nominationif few days .since'; and'eledelJ 'om 8rs. en and a number given each.. Hereafter .

It Puf.-tbeegoe.a candle-puffthere :- coarse Russian of: the south.' brews, head,, and called It'' down upon' his It"I givento him\wlthoflt'the 1 : : 'ask'lag. One of:the Important;matters' discussed they will be known only as',numbers ., .
Beneath his he ,
sliaggy ,
another. own. Marie Bakovltch followed himto : '* ' '' ,' 'I. "" "
,'is ; 'OOOd-nlght."MTI. ." \ was" the labor question, and, the and ,the w'ords. "Greene and Gay '
watched his letter fall from the box _
Mlatley;; ,good-night. mother goodnight Walso and ,actually attempted to for ordi' '
; scale .
I. Into the canvas bag; and then turned shoot him down atthe establishing ot a wage nor/ will not ba heard for four years, 4j:

':. , poor; .sleepy "old' .gentleman, ; away: toward the high ,road"leadlngto one day when be was fishing.Broomwater She Realizing from reports received! from nary farm labor. This, matter. will be less time off for good behavior,' '# 7'

: '\ ,.ood-nlght-rCharlle.. . ff Nljnt Novgorod. missed him. and then fainted Into their agents throughout ,Florida and discussed more fully at the next meetIng The term of four ;years each began ,'

". : Thus Winyard MUtley) turned his his arms-In the most confiding manner tha'states ot the north, west and south, of the association. The object of to run when, the two men were turned ', :

b .t f \CHAPTER XXIII. back on civilisation and started on Winyard said. 'The fellow man that the attendance at the Florida state the association Is to promote the general over to the warden of the penitentiary i

i.J DltguUed., i' his lone and wearisome 'Journey of aged to make even that Into a funny fair, which will, be held at Tampa, interests ot tbe farmers, 1 InJooklng .The long Imprisonment) that Jias "accompanied ,

". The rays of the setting sun, pferc- three thousand miles. The hurrIed story. He generously kept the whol February 6 to 22, will be' greater' than after his shipping interests, culleclon die fight of the two men ''

. ,lpg the.;frosty':air, gleamed luridly Indeed leave-taking,farewell at the porch his had been affair quiet and succeeded in gettingthe .has' ever been' 'recorded ',at any pre of claims, etc. This, association was will count nothing in their terms unless ,
a despite
,f\ .on' every'dome and minaret of grand assurance to the contrary. Twenty- girl away from Walso. She even vlous-southern fair exposition, the formed last year, nd it Is reportedthat some credit Is given, in the future. ":j
"' 'old,"Mather" Moscow The bell suspended four hours after leaving Broomhaugh promised to leave England but local railway officials have taken it it was helpful to the farmer In I They are also held under fines of $575- ,
whether she will keep her promise or .
In. the '
.: '.Veliki was" .. tbrllllng-white- the tower entire,ot city.Ivan he was on board a little .merchant not, I cannot say. He was afraid upon themselves to form a bureau of many ways. 749.90 each Imposed by the court ln. S '

.;: far beyond 'the Kremlin 'with steamer' gliding slowly down the that 'they might have been,seen together Information from which visitors can' addition to the service In the peniten '
: gates lIu mber, An Interview at Whitehall and that gossip would get be directed to proper homes, In which Alflno Barretta arrested In Tampa tiary. The ,question has often been
.Its voice. There
:: r;:was, aound.of continuous, metallic concussion . a second at the War Office, and about; so be asked me to tell. you the way they will assist the fair association . at the request of the Cuban ministerat asked whether utha prisoners will ever

.' '..,but,C one great unbroken hum vibrated he had' received his instructions. No truth about It." chamber of commerce: board of Washington a few days ago, has pay these large sums. X pauper's affidavit ,

t rover"all' like the but, ot some huge outfit no' letters' of Introduction no The two ladles were silent. Lena trade and citizens generally) been committed to jail by United will meet the requirement In the''' ',

;?, ln.ecIIn.eet.. It: was a' feast day. baggage. "Was there anything. to bent her head over the, coffee pot as States Commissioner Crane to await ordinary criminal case, and an oath .'
\ : delay his he
..' and the, about starting immediately If she were short-si"bted and wished 'of the Gainesville "extradition. Local authorities have received '' .J.
Metropolitan .was had, been asked. "No nothing! The- annual meeting made b, the lcted'penon that he "v.;
to see the result of her prolonged ,
blest the people, from- the jeweled Alsoclatlon'was Information'that the man is an "'
'1 he answer, was not very prompt; Melon Growers' has no more than $20 will .stand Instead ,
polishing. It only when he
: .ltar steps of,the cathedral. was and was largely attend. I International swindler and li wanted In of the fine
held these
recently but
there was the shadow of hesitationIn looked aerobs the table and met his ; two prisoners -. i.
;",; Y 'j'behopkeepers'; In the Blavonskl'Bataar it of the association were I Cuba Argentina, Brazil and Central '
; andfor a moment the white- wife's eyes that Colonel Wright fully fil, The officers may never attempt to escape' by
t' ,were busy. closing their littlenarrow haired anxious\ soldier who had asked realized what Winyard Mistley had all reelected, having served faithfully) .America. He expressed his willing the method. Should they. decide to\
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booths knowing that:, their -
; the question relaxed 'the coldness of done during tha.last year. A ness to' return to Havana. Ha first make such
commerce, was finished for the day._ in. taking this: danger upon hlm-i. and efficiently oath they will probably, be .. I
his official demeanor. S deal Interest was manifested denied his Identity, but his baggage to bard '
.: From one ot,the arcaded passages self."And great of put a task when it comes to
"It is sometimes better. the old, knew this all along?" which tbe general contained showing that he is
there emerged an old man bent and you In this meeting, at papers getting such affidavits into the courtsIn

limping.;,, He was1 clad ,In a long gl r- .;there worn-out Is no traveler time to said "to find that said Mrs. Wright presently with conditions ot affairs which affected the the man wanted. He has a draft for satisfaction of the heavy fines Im' ,,

meat ,confined: at, tbe waist by an do not find it so?"say cood-bre- gt'nUe'snerfty. She was recalling trucker and melon grower was, dis-$700 from the banking house of ;Dances posed. \

''f ,field leather! ,.strap. .His high boots. " 'perhaps, It is bettor so,". Win- with for the such unerring details memory the thousand of a woman , cussed. It was ascertained \by com &: Co... Havana on Thalman Ladenburg '. Q

: ',reaching almost to Jhe knees' we..ert yard had:replied .with a sudden passing incidents in which Wln'ardMistley parison that about 600 acres would be & Co., New York. WOMAN'S OATH A SHAM;

Innocent alike of grease' blacking.On smile and all was said and done. and his chief might! have bey planted the coming'.e&8on, against an .
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bis,,head was a black astrakhan And now ,that was all o'Ver-a trayed their anxiety concerning Marie acreage of about 700 last year. W. T. Hadiow company contractors .
-glossy'with! and In Law Studnts Are Told That All Females .
cap newness, ,
of the The hurried Jacksonville have filed a lien ,
mere memory past. Bakovltch. and her presence In \Valso.I ot '
,. ,his band,be. &I'rled five-or six more. preparations the difficult letterto I Women usually consider that they At the annual meeting of the Tampa agaInst local property of the Seaboard Are perJurer a '

',Tills,"type"Is common enough In'loa.-' Mrs.. Mistley- written at a club have the monopoly of the minute diplomacy chamber of commerce the following :A'r' Line railway to recover $44.945.67for 'Remember' gentlemen ot tho..] ,,,
cowfftho Itinerant
man an vender -
'" way' amid the laughter and merry-making of eve/y-day life. They love officers were. elected for the ensuing material furnished labor supplied' an oath means nothing; ,to a woman '
'of.astrakban'caps. and like therestiof.
:' ; ,
: t his Jtlnd. was Quite ready to enough of men 'bad who' would they' known.have been The allent to 'comment on the clumsiness and term: Thomas J. L. Brown, president; I II I etc., and another lien for $2,412 for i iI and as Horace, has so truthfully expressed i ,' '
Uncomfortable want of tact with! which ,they '
are secretary Frank in improvement, dock It, 'when a woman starts'outto
,take, IhatTfrWa bis head to over 'to farewell at King's Cross endow C. Fred Thompson I money expended .
pleased to their husbands.
',_any would-bepurchaser.. ., Station, and the ,last grave pressure brothers and sons and when 'a rev Bruen treasurer; E. D. Hobbs first building, etc., and the new shops and perjure herself all hell cannot 'keep

> U'.... ,he.,came out of the Slavonski of'tbe hand from the two old travel- elation comes to them; as It bad now vice president; A. Gray, second vice other improvements work on which her record." "

';JBasasf,.,be turned, his ,head as) If a era who partial strangers as they come to Mrs. Wright the result Is a president; W.' R. Phillips, third vice was well under way when the road With these words and a few more

dog should bave been at his heels' ; were .bad made a,point. of seeing him trifle humiliating. Most\ women learn president. Tbe chamber passed a set was thrown Into the hands of recelvei- like them. ,Colonel James, Hamilton ,

:: tben ,, beneath his >shaggy, curls ofgriizltng' off. sooner or later in their lives that the ot: ,resolutions endorsing tha parcels ers, the suspension of which threw Lewis took the breath away from 200 ;

1> brown he ,smiled, ,a little NoW" be was fairly at work and men hom they pride themselves upon post plan recommended by Postmaster three hundred men out of work. there- students of the Northwestern University ' .c;

grimly.\ _, bis old confident delight In the attendant blindly leading. allow themselves In his annual law school
: General Meyer to congress by suspending payment to the con at Chicago whom he
:to'Painfully tie nisidi'hls Way-across .
,;, dlfflcu'tlas returning to '
to'be Iedjust'as far as suits them "a.
; : report. tractors. addressing. i Jr
the broad market place tlo\1.ln'.the :
hl .
Inch _
f ftCFjAPTER and not an ..beyond.
direction, of tbe Holy Gat ;,rbut to. //.; Lena must have been thinking of ,,4 -- ,
warden a marvelous Basil.Opposite .-' With ': twenty-seven miles of Its Among: the notable Americans who
this also for presently, without,look* SHOWING. ,
,'. this,. .tho j, most lovely ...Black-Line. flae Inc up she said j; H'! trackage completed: the Florida Cen- will attend tbe great Immigration meetIng -" -- , ,
building ever erected .to the glory of be held 'In "
.1' to Tampa by special
Only 'a fottnlght had elapsed] since (To be continued.:) tralfi the latest ,addition to railroad New York Institutions'Now' .Hold More. .
God :by ,a. man who knew not; His ... proclamation of Governor Broward on
lore. :the) old'hat-seller; stood and Winyard Mlilley's: departure from f circles In the state/has'Just Inaugurated Than tho..Legal. Reserve..
la Watterson edi "S
.. February 12 Henry : -
: gazed: ': For;'greater \convenience'be' 'roomha band! Colonel, Wright The, Mexican, ', Government charges 'Its "train ''service' between Vereen' tor''of the Louisvjlle Courle.-Jo ,rnal. The '/statement of clearing !houiUi ;;t ...:

"-'d his tcone< :of fur hats :'vpoq'onand wao already>,,*>eglnnlng to experience:: on transfers of land deeds amount to I bonks In New York for the week shows Ji ,1 ,\_ _
i 'r&IieclbItwo.2ands: to, the. some'anxiety at the absence news from $40 to .$4S Mexican on $1000 and ,Mayo 'a distance ot went leven TheImmigration convention.,will be a that the banks hold "$6,084,050' A : "_ _

kofhi: : .. stan\:,,' ,- ,__' from him The"old soldier; too' Impulsive value. ;.According to the laws of that ,..U .., ''The' road )U "headed for\Tbom- grand success in every particular draw than' the"reQlrem'ept0t't11 ': r '

.7'b.'eyes"that,rested 'on:the, glorl- ,for 'a. diplomat' grumbledaloud'at country It la necessary: for foreigners aivllle, Ga.,, and the 'construction wOrk, fog togetherthe_. brightest .minds of the, cent reserve. This Is f ) ,
rv.i of varylag cupola an4'mbtrangely the prolonged silence of his to havo: thelf nationality mentioned is being pushed as rapidly possible: countr,., Tampa:will indeed ,ba a city: ', 117,693,600 in. the! , ,'i'',r._____
;youthful and peD"raUoa pupil. _'He' knew'that there must be In the title ,otherwise' they become. I with' 'of having the work of conventions, and important meetings, reserve'a' proportionate
.tel tfcte' trl- good. reason for .It.; 'bat,,felt at, the :Mexicans..': the expectancy " throughput 'fair period. ., compared"'with last weCk, ,: _' _
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t- < DuWng and Freight Collide HJ .h '
: i .Demoerstis tr nuo< ._ "; 11'' *r on :with Sevt' e.Headaches .

Discussion of Bill\ In'House,to CodIfy -..' Trestle.. ,''li\ Alabama; =Five Peopled. "
,Hundred'People; Cremated' In ) 'penal, l t Law. .Nevada:.Govefnor'Alleged ,tea Killed and Many.JfllrLl; ;

Fire Doomed'Opera House.. ,,- ( Be 'Ruled by "Mine' Owners. when r'

A /,Washington special says 'There' disastrous wreck on the Alabama

r I was:considerable. oratory clash of Wit. and Mississippi road occurred 'Friday f ;

t MANY; VICTIMS 'CHILDREN and detonations pf verbal bombshellsIn OPEN PLOT IS CHARGED morning about 7 o'clock, about 'ten

k1 the house ,Monday 'when the bill .
.. miles from Vinegar Bend, Ala, caused If* sf8 W% IK It M< KTSBSsLsst
to codify and revise the penal laws I H DBS
Pr.sld.nt'Thlnkl Schema Was Worked by a head-on, 'collision between passenger BIBlBlBlBlBir IBIBIBIB
An Immense, Throng. .f Sunday School, of the United States was up for eonsideratlan. I. ... train and a: logging train.''Five Ida 1 T Us* m SSTH w *
/ The engagement was at Its. to Get Federal Soldier to Gold? *
I People Caught M Death Trap persons were killed outright and. two
hottest when the old reconstructionacts field-Decides to With-,
", seriously injured. The trains were 2
While were reached. draw, Them; badly wrecked and the escape of other "WillGuFeYou.The '

Picture 8 iew.q The, democrats''announced to the republicans .. persons from death and Injury .Is.considered _

r.:,. .. that the'civil war bad been President Roosevelt baa determined remarkable. The dead are: liver la the m&ln-cprlng for the whole body., ,To arpoct,
health ODe must keep the liar in good order. To do eo,
A catastrophe, .horrifying In Its daN .;' that' reconstruction ,W. D. Paine merchant of Vinegar oood ,
over some year ; to withdraw the federal'troops from 'a rbgulator te naoded.' Horbtnowill pu your liver In the condition -
!5 tails, and sickening- in its, result, ,Monday was likewise= .dream. In-.many Goldfield, Nevada shortly; after' the Bend;, Charles C. Busbee a section it;should'be and ion will not Butter from beadachcat,

night 'one' bundred parts of the south a horrid nightmare .. Us aei ton. foremast;; three, negroes names un '
swept nearly legislature begin special A POSITIVE CURe'
; follows $
and-that there was no use retaining on known. The list 'ot Injured ;,ls 'as
souls of Boyeratown'Pa:; Into eternity 'In" This intention wa shade known? at :, Frank Marks, engineer ,of the' CHILLS AND
the statute books measures passed FOR CONSTIPATION,
In .almost', the twinkling; of an ,eye the best and enmity from.1866 to the whit :house ,Sunday when .the. report passenger train, seriously injured; will FEVER. BILIOUSNESS MALARIA '

of: the investigating, commission die., Henry: Hall fireman ot passenger
,and Injured 'nearly three score, many 1870. The republicans conceded that the special AND'ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
train, seriously injured; will civ Several
of them fatally.; .A majority of the democrats were right on their history was made public together: with negroes, slightly; Injured. '

r killed, were members of the leading; 'but charged they;' 'were trying to make'a letter, ,from the president to Governor Ten miles west of Vinegar Bend the Has Done A W rId pf Gooi.'.
of the code.. dated 4, 'The .
families sectional Issue out penal Sparks, January president road turn. sharply and the greater portion ? '

s ,While of the the.':Scottish town: ; Reformation"was' there was no sectional. Issue,, says'h.-.bal be ,governed by the of this curve is made up of treat- Mrs.ed Uerblna C. D. Philler and find, Marblo It tho boat F'alls'liver'l'uu.'W1'Ite corrective: I! have"ttb'vo'n / ever

being produced In Rhoades' ,they cast a solid,party vote for the seo recommendations In the. case unless. ling that spans a ravine'and a' small triad. It done my family M. well..) myself world of good,", I

house 'a opera tlons to which the democrats objected. the governor can show that tho statements brook'at ,the bottom. Bowling along and I recommend It to an my rteuda. Jnev' .r"uflw. iron
moving picture :
by In reply to some kind words of Colonel at a fair rate of speed with' a'numberof headaches. ) anymore."
an oil tank used In the apparatus: ex of the report are not in accordance ' palsenger. \V1LLtBUY IT.
the train took .
S passenger
; l Hepbuin, who told how'JohnJSharp 1 .
plodad,.and fire quickly'followed.n elected-to'the senate -' with, their facts. The report says: the curve and trestle just 'a.f an extra 't If' ,
Williams had been
Immediately/ there was a wild rush "The conditions'did<< the freight train cam into view on the Ballard Show Liniment-'Co.
over Governor Vardaman, who fa general In the' governor' .
b for the exits of tho building. Men 'of opposite end. Before Engineer Marks
voted repealing the fourteenth and fifteenth nor1 feS his > ST. LOUIS MOs
mature. years endeavored to still the told ,request for .troo s, epeclflo -' could bring *his train to a'> stop both 500-502 N.Second, t.t ,
amendments Mr. Williams statements established to any such
panic; but their voices could not be"heaNt trains met head-on the very center sC9sis9 i99sB99Es ssHs KlBBB99BEEHL 9B
h w'lt' )happened and why he got sucha extent as to Justify'.his; use of these of.the trestle i .

tai r of, the,above terrified the? women shrieks and and screams children small voi. He mays the 'people of statements for the purpose of getting Simultaneously with the collision the Sold'and Recommended 'by

Mississippi did not.believe the war federal troops. trestle and both engines and '
gave way For' Sale' at' ROBERSON'S DkUQ STORE:
who composed the greater of the
part concludes .recommendation
It c with this '
n T amendments could be repealed train. crashed through, tailing. to the ,
1 audience. '' v
The law providing for the.use of sol- : bottom of the ravlne.On the logging
The burning oil scattered In all directions "But we also must firmly believe that KISSIMJVIEE
for the number of s sRIVER
'dlers at the ballot boxes and train were a convicts as (
,,and the lamps, which .were used punishment of members of the Ku Klux upon the assembling of the legislature, were also others on the passengoi ,;

to light the opera house, also exploded, Vigorously by the or within a few daya thereafter, the train going to various points along the.
Klan was opposed :
k. throwing the blazing, oil over]'the terrorstricken anachronisms in troops should be'removed,, regardless. road.,

people who were fighting democrats as being The ot any request for their retention that A. soon"as news ot the wreck was ,EOUTZSTEAMER :
this of pease and good feeling.
day be made either by the legislatureor
may Bend all available
frantically to gain the exits. received at Vinegar ,
thought so too>> -thenvoted of Nevada it
republicans the governor being physicians and a number, other persons '
Tho building waji crowded with
r to keep them In. essential that the state of Nevada the handcarsand LILUB. 8TKAHER RO81BADA.:
r: the members of St John's Lutheran should situation were placed 'upon Captain Clay Johnson, ,Sr. Captain Clay Johnson,. Jr. .
The provision that, no person shall understand this completely hurried to the .
r' s' Sunday school, who were attending be denied the right to "sit upon federal shall recognize the fact that Engineer Marks resided scene. at Vinegar Regular keekly'trlpe; "to Bassfnger aid return. Roseada _leaves" KJlslsa.nee .'
benefit given for that church. the responsibility Tuesday morning, and,salves r.Uslmmee Friday evening. '.,
states the state government
of ?
juries any
or Bend where he has wife and several
juries a
The flames, fed by the oil, shot almost of and that Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke o>tbee-and Fort Myert oa the UlUa.
keeping recog '
color or previous ) has the distinction of '
on account of race, children. He Comfortable accommodaUon for pat Rates reasonable.. *
to the ceiling, and 'there was a nizing this possl 1llty; It'may take such leacers. "
first train the road f
servitude amendedby the over The
condition of was pulling, picturesque Waterway In Florida.
wlld'rus.h of the hundred persons 'action Is the duty'of the state and *
seven as ,
the democrats by proposing' to sixteen years ago. For, Passenger and Freight, Rates apply to' I
to from the burning building as will -sufficient in the premises
escape strike out the words "of any states." CULT JOHNSON, BR. Proprietor; I
Scores of women and children weld In his letter to Governor Sparks, after LABOR FItDERATIONOVERRULED. OB board *Tjm Is., ,....M.Klislmm. P1.. <
trampled upon, and eeveral who escaped By a strict party vote, the were reviewing the steps so far taken in -_ ,.. J ;
kept In the law. The law provldos that the Goldfield mining trouble, the president Injunction ; "
being; burned to death, died after exclude Temporary !_ Against Boycottof ..
any person who shall juror continues:

k t being dragged from the opera for the above cause shall be fined not "I bare just received d. report of ,. Stove,Company-Stands.'

1, house. more _than 5000. these three gentlemen (Murray Smith Justice Gould of, the. supreme court Don't Let 'Snakes Spoil:

--In'many cases,- It I. said, entire families ot the District; of Columbia Washing,,
As to the use of federal soldiers! at and Nelll) which.sets forth In the moat
t,, have been wiped 'out. southern states, emphatic language their' belief after a ton overruled a' motion made by the ," ,
the ballot boxes In the Vacatl'.On : vBy
: :' : : : \
I The scene which followed the explo- Representative Webb thought It wouldbe careful- Investigation on the' ground,, Am rlcan''Labor'Federation to amend .

don is Indescribable. Scores ot per; all right If the law provided that that there was no warrant whatever. the court's order in the case' ot the 11 M1 5B1

In the balcony at the the' for Buck Stove and Range company; of St. L1latlacslR
i. sane who were this should be done only when the governor calling upon president troops,, \ W. ,f: ,*/. "
time the explosion occurred,, jumped and. that the troops should not be kept Louis! :; in which the court recently temporarily' .a "
ot's state called upon ,the president '' enjoined 'the federation ,from + .
from!: the, windows,and sustained fractured Indefinitely at, GoldOeld.; The report -
limbs and skulls; to furnish -troops. Ills amendment further state., that, there was no insurrection placing the companr; on a.boycott'and I HE ''only I snake which is) so dangerous' as to'merit' xurmnaT' -

the terrible disaster. the was,, lost. against'' the power of the unfair list in the' federation, publications. .tlon Is the one which Is least often seen; tea copperhead.
To add to
disabled 'and After It 'wall over':,.Democrat,Leader !state at the time the troops were call This fellow is found only,, as a rule., In 1I.\\ gloas.
'fire" apparatus became Williams told a funny story to a group ed for, that nobody supposed that there The case Involved the right of labor _Jn thickly grassed uplands or in nAkyjfleldsv: \R ta,snak s

the structure was left'entirely' to the of republicans-It may have been a Ku was such an Insurrection." organizations: to boycott The motion 11= are seldom numerous and so easily recognised ,that. they;

1 ,, of the seething' flames.: contended that the ; need no further mention-- /
mercy; Anywayi' .they all of the federation
Klux Klan. story. "The,signers of the report express ,> < ; triangular, mark 1.
:Asst.tance"was asked from .Potts- I" The, ,copperhead".whlch': has bright
because it
order' erroneous, was ,
the battle ended 'and their conviction that the troops should was .
r enjoyed ,itv . down Ita back and affright, copperylpot cm ttts*
tOwn : but before the fire apparatus ', :' made to run until the final decree In
,' remain i in 'Nevada until the assembling '
put. asjaWa
'the amendments. stayed N , the small eastern aattlesnake a.. tile osr pnlsMMHU.
from that city reached the scene, the .. ,,. '' ,. , of the legislature, 80 as t
entire; center ot the structure was a' SOUTHERN' CUTS SALARIES.'v .. status quo' In order that the legislature .order of the' court because It.may; be of other anake., 'of which the black '.oake.. ,or blue taeer" aM.Ut. rooga

roaring furnace. : may deal with the situation as It construed to enjoin the. defendantsfrom scale black snake are the largest./ The bite of tbesesnakea'lsvaboat as dangerous -

f Had the women and children'heeded exists;' but .that shortly thereafter, thetroops uniting to agree not to patrol1lzplalntlir' .as.a pin-prick. Their teeth are usually about as large'as the smallest
Reduction Expenses Begins Wit, should products; or construed to prevent capital letter on thla'rtnted '*I ,
the warning of the cooler heads Jn the be removed. page. ..., ,j
audience the horrible'loss of life might Officers.. and Clerics! Forces.A "I agree' with1"the recommendations the defendants and their associates There' are no vipers,>adders or asps, no jxjlsonons bloSng''viperi' no

Washington special says: The ad.mintstratlve of this report, of which( enclose' a from saying to others that they; had monstrous serpents eighteen to twenty feet long anywhere: \oour.landas! ; ...

4 have been' averted, \ but there was theusual officers of the Southern copy; and shall act accordingly.; Unless united and combined not to' patronize Shields' Magazine tells us. Do not, let;,the enthusiastic'space-man ,tBsSpecial >
panic and stampede,, which almost In & cowardice'when'you
County Correspondent terrify hysterical .
construed'to 'eQjo1ntheir you .
and their clerical forces have such products or
railway it can be shown that the statements ,, '" "
Invariably accompanies such a corn- are. 'on your summer" vacation. _yi : ,y *'|. V l V "
t ; felt the pinch of reduced earnings); of are not In accord ,announcing, that'they, had i {. '
t ,There Is nowhere In the world a snake.With a stlnsi .,Its talV nor'; are .'
catastrophe. radius of President Flnley Monday announced a ance with' the facts, it will ba' Incum blued not to' deal with others 'who there any.snakes whose breath can poison eveh a fly} ,or"/does a"snake,' war

4 ; Every; home within a a cut of 10 per cent In hIs' own salary, bent upon the legislature of Nevada' should deal with' the company. The dered, live until sunset. Such stories are the.T portdl!.;of. Ignorance land,superstition '

dozen blocks of the opera house was that of the vice presidents .of the system when It convenes, itself to provide for motion also contended that the orderabridges' and.cause untold barbarity, '" ...\01"%' '

+ made a temporary hospital, where the'' ,. all the general officers and their enforcing tbe laws of the state. The.. freedom: of speech of all the The most beautiful bird in .the forest never wore a handsomercoat! than

wounded were rushed by carriages and This state of Nevada must Itself make a defendants, and freedom of the press our common .corn snake does, or'that gorgeous creature, the *;tbunderandlightning" ''

other means of conveyance. office forces, effective February 1. resolute effort In good fatlh to perform "which Is protected by the first amendment or,"chain snake." Even the,lustrous,: ateety'gluarot'a'racsir.fe' : !
is announced as a "step in the program constitution of the United b .-New York Sunday; World. '"
duties of'the a.utlt
Is borough with a pop the police Incident to .the .1
a Boyerstown a of. reducing expenses." The wage earn' state" States." decided hat' It .. .;.'
ulation ot about 2,500.( and is located "-have not been affected yet. Possibly existence of a alter 4 ........................... .4/A. I-
ers the order In."any
Pottstown and "The report further says: would not way. ,
t ; ; about midway the .nextstep ,will reach them. "There. Is absolutely no' question ,.
Reading,,Pa. The decreased earnings of the Southern that if the state of Nevada and the STORM WARNINGS SENT OUT.

i The night was one of walling' and asr shown by its thirteenth annual cjounty: ot' Eameralda. exercised, the -' T 4ginstfi y ySy

'anguish.:, 'The shrieks of mothera,w o report covering the' fiscal year ending powers at their disposal they can maintain Notice Given of Storm Moving Eastward Safeguards :
to the. scene as soon as *
had rushed satisfactory order in Over Texas.
y June 80, 190?, will,help to explain the Ooldfleld:

they; learned'of the fire was pitiful. impelling necessity which prompted the 'that sq far, these authorities have !1 From Texas to Fjortda storm' warnings ,*' ,-,' Wars .: f

a It Is extremely'; doubtful If the ramalns executive officers of the 'road, to take done nothing but rely on federal aid, i were Issued on the gulf coast Fri "

of the victims can be distin and their attitude now is expressly that day., Special warnings were,. issued for "'

guished'from the debris. as'many persons this .step. of' refusing to do anything and deslrf the Texas Louisiana and Mississippi Dean Vincent of Chicago. Unluentty, ..;

',.y.' in the audience were covered\ with annual The,! company dividend passed, due Its on'regular October semi-1, Ing to throw their; own burdens upoij l coasts and stated that a 'storm was 'XFEQUARDS against hopeless" division of '.ths! 'e wttfJ. ..Into, s

burning oil as the lamps exploded.. the federal government for the maintenance moving:; eastward and over Texas. warring and envious classes are to be found/,but not by rev'; .-
y 1907, thus saving on this account'l,- of those elementary conditions leveling methods. partlgtdarly' "
. ; S ,olutlonary or :'The-press; and<

: + COLLAPSE OF BRIDGE COSTLY.. 600,000. or order for which,they, and they only; BOOZE CALL UNANSWERED. > the dally; newspaper press. Is a most Important agency'In; .... .
appropriations for improvements) are responsible.' _ the welding of the people of this nation together, The com; ,;

Damages and betterments re almost\, cut mhalf. Reviewing the conditions-leading up Wreck Survivors, C.rrled'to Atlanta, 'mon-mlndedness of.the, nation is maintained by this marvel
L tk Awarded $4,000 Cried In Vain for'Whiskey, J\\ ( 'OUIII system for'the rapid distribution 'of ideas ,.We Ooght''. "
rv-- s ., A dividend of 1 1-2 per cent, to the present strike and since'' the : '
i j&fc Georgia County. not to belittle the service national ,
'Against extraordinary to
vt\ Through all the suffering'and excitement unitywhich
'' amounting to $900,000, was paid out of strike began.November'27th last, the' : ,
-Srfce Jury In the federal court at Atlanta report draws this conclusion of tbe imrvivors of the Southern _ Is,accomplished by the press throughout this country.: ", .
17. :
'surplus October '
ot accumulated on The political parties, their platforms, doc'mentaworker.'aDc
C. Burnham by spell-btndets ;
f, J In the suit ot "The action of the wreck near Hiram, Ga., who reached
verylargely operatorswarrants
of Haral- The decrease. in net earplugs_was leek to, produce;and maintain great areas of common-i1lndedne.s'from : sea'. ...'
Atlanta there cry
Alabamaagalnet.the.county one frequent
brought about by the Increased the belief that they,.bad determined rang ; more to sea..: So long aa we can keep both our national parties Inclusive enough or"

ej 'son, In Georgia, brought ln"a verdict, from rails to upon a reduction In wages and insistent,,. perhaps, than any all our fellowfCltlsens. have one'of the greatest safeguards against that.. 'S

:t 'for' the plaintiff In the! sum of 4000., cost of everything. steel and the refusal of employment to members other. It was' the call ror-w iskeyi! I i class struggle; which Is one of the banes of the older civilizations. While the **, '

" jBUmhaUl',1,brought: Vult against the ,labor. of the Western Federation of, Women with nerves racked and men churches are stratified by distinctions of social classes. Id the'20.000 sermons "

1 j county :'for'jq,000.: Burnham was The, last .annual statement does not Miners, but that they; feared to take who for hours had been standing ankle that are preached every Sunday; there I. tremendous amount of,, common' r.'

crossing! TaiiaBopsa"river In Ilaral.M : 'eb w the effect of iic 1u.rte of&. past this-course'of action unless theT'h 4 deep 111\\ mud and water1 1ltlacol4_ thought and ;'consequent llke-mlndedness; .obHteratln-r' .social an(\ rtenonilna-:

bridge, which gave.: few months. It understood\ that the the protection ot"federal troops, and wind beating upon them were hunting tonal differences. The wheat pit, the theatre, and jliy-: talk to say' nothing-1
'son' county;; on a been:from $40,000 for drink. Somebody flnall/'produc- of the Incessant travel'alltend, to.malntala an stonndlar'"ina ot' "
has a
the-plain loss In revenue that they accordingly laid a plan,',to ,, cost
''fi' ;precipitating "
'Way under him Into the to $50,000$ ( a'-week: under that of: the secure such: troops.and then put> their ed from' aa unkndwn source a bait pint mon thought and feeling 't'" 6.
his team .
and '
.:Uf,,his wagon ; program Into effect,1" ot brandy.
distance:of.thirty feetGANG .last fiscal year.
r stream, b.low.. , ,
)' ". "" Raid's- / ... ...:.
Nlflhi Cuts
of Snow ,
Campaign U Beaun'leT Mississippi by Rlders.Oreatly.Alarm ) ? Storm Off, All Communication 1t ,".

Seventeen Charged .With. Participating. .Anti-BoozeAdvocata, :' Lexington Authorities :with Outside 'World. I . v .-.

'. lit Trouble In 'Louisiana. ...The.campaign, for.,stsutory,t.prohibition In Alarmed Bath and by" the 'night riders raids : Chieagp'pnd its.environs 'were cot Creates a >frood jmpr 8S1on'.amoug'yo'i.W'; > ,J'
Fleming ;
: The recent labor riot''' a*, qhathaia.viHela la Mississippi,:+assumed .definite. tucky.- the,city: and:county counties'authorities$ea-) off for several' hours Sunday ,from oorreapondBn and:, lps'. to- jive. ,\yok>ty:;.
{form;; Wednesday when' a, meeting bu'sineeeipreatlge i: ; ; ...v. : {!
4 ..r in which a"'ItCOI'8.ofDUlp.I state met in tbe'courthouseatLerlortnnd : : ,; wire communications from other points1Ir'a I
(, of the executive committee:of,the .
\ from the town :with. decidedthat. It, was advisable to >; snow and wind storm wbichbe, ,] :\1',1
: were driven bill ;
.rian!* prohibition party In Jackson a was WE'I PRIHTINfl
'bFerulted .itkVl7B.>, ': snd-arrengementi made'for ask that troops be stationed in the cityto gan ,,before dawn and raged without! NEAT'( ATJELsoNARI J\f! I
K ahotguna, )/ J perfected'
j :,-i-oteeventeePi; ;; peraonsr.'sos) tarsicbarr:; $ Its'introduction hi th*.,legislature how 'protect, the ,warehoues'apbut' break an day.. Considerable damage, .. }. >-. \, ,. ''ir'"
:, 1&wasidone: to'poles'.and wires.
::with; :participation! lathe: flghttaRh' :/.J'" fa 'cession.-. .. ; w

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for the bt and tapered down from t

rUBUSRED: KVEKT, FRIDAT. this desirable!_ price ranged) 92.25.from Some n.2t.b of/ thelees 92.60.''. OSCEOLA, PHARMACY C, A.CARSON Pr*,I..t. N..C. .RYAN,S.crst.rr.. :'1r::,

,. Office In.Valley Gazette Building. -.. .. ..- - .....- --- .. --.- . or&JE: : : "
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.-KJ881MMEK.O0CEOLA oow TT.FLA." 'COMFORTING WORDS Waters & Carson Grocery Co., :

W. It.. HARRIS, Editor .. I Prop'r. ---... ,
= Where You Get Prescriptions Cor- __.. i 't' .
--- "Many a Florida HouMtaold Will ,, i -- Whol.Ml. ere Retail 0..1..1.-

: 0._ SUBSCRIPTION M.r. ... ...:HATES.. .. .'. . ..100 t'Isa Theta SO. Grectiy Filled at Reasonable Prices.. r'
._._ _tivi.... .. ....... .. .. GROC ERI'E'S. :
f r 1 0 0.__..... MnU... ........... .. .. ... 'reAR To have. the pain and ache of'a S ., ,

I .. .. bad: back.rerouted to be entirely freefrom' It makes ho difference whose blank your Doctor I Ii'
.........,1- -MPt fts.e MI ...u.. Wiltesl '.1'
-.. _._ ... b..Imml bf the writw.nrnltr annoying', dangerous urinarydisorder his .
i I .4 t."- "-- muit Prescription on, we can fill them, correctly. COUNTY AGENTS FOB
,;;. '1 aJ f.... will not lie rrturrMd iinleMEntered u enough to'make any kid- s-am- ;_ ,__,
Wears Agents for ELBA
ifey grateful, To tell bow this HOME REMEDIES ,
t *ufrerer
J ;: a l th.PaitafllM Klutmnw*. Flfc,M great Chang yen lee brought .about S are guaranteed.* HAY 'Celebrated ,Fertilizers I I '

; .o.ondel..ln.nm.tar., -aXlaa .. ,. ''SS I J '
1'{ } <#/ -- ---- will prove, comforting word' to hun j j j aj M jaM- * GRAIN E' TO.'

Arti\\ of Florida reader 'LINE : Circular sad Frlc. _ _ _ '
I r :Friday:,, .January, 1907. A. ''Oertlnir. ...aman. of 419 L Street, FULL TOILET' ARTICLES. Application. '/1''"\ t

If __ TViinacola Flu., tell how to, do It. r ,
In the death of United States Sena- U, Mays::: "From my' experience with ,

tor Mallory It- became neoessary...lortbe Uoan's Kidney Hill J can strongly -. ,- ,-,_ - --- HIDES FtTJRS WOOL '
'c Governor to make an apooluuiientto recommend them to anyone In need of' - l.eunt/ras.e.p. aitlktRisift 8. 1u6 .a..A. ,

I.4' \r"q' fleet Senator hold it successor until. and the he Legislature of baa the appointed late meets deceased mo ney a rood HtifTerlntf complaint medicine at and InU-rvnU for the backache kidney for caused year Kid- r.J J: W; 'THOfUPSOI Picture MOuldin i.!! C0'\L: .try: :DFxod-vioe a, spe le.i1Y.: Jtirk

,, W. 'J,; Hryan a close pulillcal friend The first or second, attack\ I did not. :
;I of the Governor' and one of the announced mind but all time went by they grew II All Kinds 1 '
of Frames
candidate for the place bet ,
worse and at time laid me up. I - -- -- -
fore next Spring.democratic primary could hardly walk and It was.a dlffi.I = FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1 If made to Order. A radlte .B /matt/itlrrti A Ar rr,+i/ke.rtkal4, ..-
; Mr. ia of fine legal ..
t Bryan a yOU"man/; cult. matter to straighten after stooping -- 1i
Ie. / attainments, and popular among ''while the kidney secretions wereirregular 4 LICENSED EMBALMER I

, the bill appointment people throughout to this the high State position and ney Pill cured and(' From Doan'personal Kid. I' 'Prompt'attenUonGlven to R. S fi: Co. l
.come a* a (Treat honor to one of the experience I know that thin remedy 1 orders sent by mail or' i : ,
L. voting distinguished sons of Florida. can be depended upon to fulfill the J Also Nice Line of Ladies' and t telegraph i i
: 0 'The) Governor' selection will give representation made for it."
'iiailafactton to the people, and Will f'br sale dealers. 4 Gents' Burial).Robes.! ;
by all Price M
'fill the exalted l West
Hrvan will pOBlttan -
cent Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo Side of GROCERS :
with credit both to himself and to the .
; people of 'Jorlda.-Volu Co. New York sole agents fop the Uulf. d lit PHONE 78. Court House""Square.R. 'titc I I;

"ti; Record. States.Remember the name- Doan'*-end Ik Jni- .&..aIIo! sat..A........' 1A.......Jt1Ik >o1IkAu&.....".,.. .............
take no other. learn ---.-" -- .. NEW FIRM I NEW GOODS t tI !
Heat6Notes -- --' I
k.: Florida for December J--------- -- j ,
\; has the followlna'IIUIt'jle8tlve note 'on . .. . j ..... I .,
-- - -
- -- -- -
f. .b grationtnmlgrationt We are al| agreed .. j
:{', upon the desirability of Inducing good: R. L. HARRIS M. D. J. 14. MC SWAN. Full Line of High Grade Fresh I .

{. immigrants to come to our county i Family and Fancy Groceries ..
\ 'ts.' and state. Why wouldn't It be as HARRIS' SANITORIUM. FREE DELIVERY J .
\ 'good a plan to nave the citizen -we .
already have!? ,We believe they are i I D.ROTDNDOFancy I
t :.. more ,desirable than those we are ORLANDO, FLA .
'r.\\ likely to get' and.they can be saved' i Prices night Kissimmee,; .;j". i .,
than be 1m-
1. 'at cost others can A Private built
and equipped with all modern
-. : ported; and we take no risk in saving,
) conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of ____ t
.. them. Over seven hundred of our YV'3P 9 w''SFsiPiF F Frll' V Y y.y
,c citizens died of 'tuberculosis last the sick.Terms. .
and Family Gro-
1" Yf'ar.It It, can hardly be disputed\ for'
Reasonable. Write Particulars.
i ij thkt therein material and'esppecially ceries. BUDDED TREES !
death. I
!'so from .a. disease which ...peelall, r
(i' use
'. afflicts the more highly organized of ... - _.
',., .r Islesworth Nurseries. '
the population.Money spent In the '
t 1 more preventive measures is .really Fresh Fruits, Nuts and '
\. 5_. gut out at a high rate of interest and
tr come back increased many fold*-- Confectioneries.Full i CHASE A CX.4 PPOPKIETOHS J. W. HOARD, AGENT 'I

I., ',\ . Times LJoion.r J.- ; I We will have ready for next Fall'and' Winter planting!' a' general
"""'- t It ItI assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Tree of all leading varies

; t'fuk\Tlacland .AnIl llIICtS.Iff. ties. Our trees are budded on Rood, healthy rough Lemon and
\ .* Line Canned Goods, p Sour Orange roots. guaranteed free from Insect pests of any kind.
faLakeisedNews. ) All budded from bearing tree In our groves and therefore true to
,. To.the Citizens. of Florida; Cigars and Tobacco. name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
;.. wish respectfully/ ) announce none and our tree are a* fine a* money and twenty year' exper .
; that I1 will) be a candidate before the ti"'- lance can produce. We are making a specialty thIs Reason/of!/ the '
coming Democratic primary 'for famous California Valencia Late which I Is destined to become the
7 ,. General 1J to' State of Attorney Florida Midwinter International Exposition. greatest money-maker In Florida Our Valencia bud come direct -
+ f of the of Florida. In Goods' are All Fresh and
JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. from the best bearing trees la the district now famous forprodueing .-
Announcing for this, Important the best Valencia In California.
')6T. .
Prices Low.oooooooooooooooooooooo. FROM JANUARY IBTt-l TO APRIL IOO8.
I wish to assure the Vslttzena of our
great Statethat if it ism honor to The Motor Luvwt Boat See.ExpoiMon.. Air Ship Ever.Held Son..In:*Bod.the 8UU.and th.SpwHal Mid.Fw...ttrmctton_Emr will tta.b.. th. bt mat. ,In .Write for'Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha Fla., or call and see our Nurseries ,
.-serve them in this offioei; I shall discharge Ute from JanMBtown; Kxpoiltion.WATCH. at Waco 'on Florida Midland R. R.- ;
.; the duties appertaining thereto
in accordance with the law with Im
and without fear or favor
Whether rich OP poor, klngor peasant '
.-all mankind shatf\ be .treated equal '
y and shall receive justice at my band. THIS SPACE.CITY J
'- t ,have conviction and Idea of my .
'., 'own upon public policies and neverevadeexpressing
'I.:. them; but. as 'the ; :
,: JjMHea' to .which aspire is neither ,, /I' .,
", %laUve.nQr one Involving a reo- --

?t, -1,:*. ,the,umamendlng the a platform construction law I sh..llllot.other power and,than. and at enforcement the present entail declarationthat issue only oft -THFrKissimmee -- 1 When Wanting New Rubber TiresOR :il Card of Thanks.; fit

Tarn a strong believer in "Equal Drug Co. .
t' Tight/ to 'all and special privileges

to rise However.; :If any issue .. Jii'V! .,.. OLD ONES RESET
should upon which as a candi t
d date for thl..omce.1 should express VALLEY :
{ 'myself 1 shall, frahkly. ..nd' openly I. ,WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. Write R. L. HOLLAND, ORLANDO, FLA.. .
declareiny position. ' : We are. too busy this..'week winding the old year's business to' jj
z Many who has solicited- 'me to as.plreto'thit .* the Only Rubber Tire Man In South Flor: i '

. 'office have my.sincere We carry the largest: and ida. He does the work.right and his price .. I r write an advertisement. you can just say to our friends and customers \

"' :,. 'I- >wishJtto.their assure"encouragementY.andv the< voters. most varied stock of our line is right. See hIm i before you go elsewhere.He I. that we are truly grateful for the splendid patronage that hi.a',Jl( :

ft 'generally' thsl/l, shall be. thankful ''for in town. will save you money and freight. I

'k r ''t S;'.'heir- 'support.''. We carry none but the I been .during the past year and'will endeavor to merit: a'
: Respectfully,'
.. -PARK Y.';'TRANNEr. freshest and purest of drugs. Respectfully, continuance of the same, in the future. *
.akilendj'lsan.IO1908.t; ; at all times.. I..

.i"j, ORANGfS"STILL WEAK.Florl4 .. ,' Your. prescriptions? are filled Very truly
' by a Graduate Pharmacy R. L. HOLLAND Y ?I

' besides five years'actual. ex- H. C. STANFORD '
c *: .ad .owto.: RIco.. !Show' perience. CO4
I t ?
lv poo. Quality. 4'' Doesn't. this mean'some- ( - ,

*' .r.., NirYtrk'Jsn: t1L'Tjte situation 'thing ? r Ioooootl0oooa ,
'. t tin Florida orange was' still 'woefully C. A. CARSON. 1. A. CRAJJFORD. 8.L. LUPFEK. '
i weak,during* the week and although We carry sufficient help tb Prftldt.'KISSIMMEE .........,..
i the i receipts were ''not heavy' there deliver your packages withina i
p R seemed to be no' 'demand,, for what few moments after the .
'pur- i
,, r South Stables
were offered A of1' the Sunny .
'slowness -that ;exist Is abundantly chase. This is not idle [ '

R = :due to the poor condition of the fruit boasting, but we want your ; | LUMBER CO .
that i* BOW being offered* ItI.'only business and we know we [ 'J'
1 rarely that'frnlf of good quality' can can please. | $ L. H INGRAM, Proprietor. .
be bad and when this class Is offered : t
'J.beN be least : | {{{{NNaNorNNN.NNN\NMNt\NM\aN
appears-to at a1 fair de- /
wand' The poor condition prob' -. .- i l" ;
+ .j ,,-the,'wet weather which -- # LIVERY SALE and BOARDING '"" 'H.{ Rough and Dressed ; -
ha. recently been"visiting the Florida Drug Co. ,
sections and, has bad the effect of I ..._ .102 J
making the fruit,Mnolst. and soggy. .
Kissimmee, Fla. --- ---- ------ MMMM Pine .Lumber. *
During the 'ordinary fruit sold j .
"', 'from '1'.2i: to 92.76. and anything Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and <[ ti
..0IlDcll'&IIeed from 91.60 to '2. There .' Yte
ryy' '
' meet.aU demands with Perfect Satis- |
Rivers In the
1, were *ome f.ncy'.llldl..D
'offerings and theM generally; sold at BARBER SHOP; faction. . 93, and perhaps in exceptional ; HOUSE BILLS All .
instance a triflemore..Grapefruit , SPECIALTY *. \ ,;, .

'. '.'a -In'1/ ,oot ?Instances I*,very scarce.irregular.and If' Is inquality. Now Open for: Business . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . 5 5t i <

j. "" When any. really fancy in Patrick' Old! Stand. (

1,1, grapefruit. offered It Is. snapped ,upqulokly'atprioss __ __ a'JAOKOPINILLH
i ranging from M to NEW CHAIR COMPANY
.. 'according' 'to qualityV The *
.60. I .. ---'1FrtP' .A .
1L ,
.. t: ,.;.. .ver.reoetpWfo1't.beweelc. however, NEW. 'RAZORSNEW'EVERYTHING. Le.. D1.ts.a Pk._ 174. 22 Oc ss IIt,**,._'L.A.. r J '
?.wouldhardly.. bring more than 92.60 to 0// NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO., 8, .a r :',SkPoridbl.
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8'- ,' .
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[' .Y"" !'1.AbOo: iooo''' boxes of Porto Rico and Stationery Engines''
.\'tM'Sajn' .were sold during the' week andBoilers; Sawmills; Woodwork- '
?v '.M s\r nghont the fruit bad a "'blackfw. ...Satisfaction Guarantee ...' E ;C W: Griffin j ,Leg Machinery and Supplies.- Com-'" te' '
r. .**- On ,OM best; ,offerings 'prices 1 .. .pleU line carried in stock. liberal '< ;
,diclioed about Jfio pet; box 'and for 0'." "NOWMted.. ."A'V.' ki ., _) r terms. Write lor. -catalogue.,,* ';
niMfe of tb* poor stuff prices. went a* f+il t Stat a t'nts for.:the Old O.** ... r

; .low. M 76 to."89o 1W'ail'ofl'he., There" / much. receipts de- , Fancy I Fattiiy| Groceries ) 4.Oa.olise, BK '

1 : ;t o.w.ogttilR froot Porto' Rloo.>> Daring 'Live Sandhill Cranes,Otters. Wood ,jl '. ;
'< at auction Ducks aDd Biff Fox Squirrels.Hifh t MACHINERY \ "
.0. ." &be'.IraK ;
M 4" hors '1411"\0 1,36 'and some prices'paid. Dr. Cecil French,..Naturalist ,Fresh Meats., ., ;: ; ,
: r 91.. .. ,,Wssbington.D. .q. '00*K 7m ,t. .. J" .
aroMaa t.
'I r 9 ,sjound . ., .. ', : .,'. ..'
.4 __ 011' g>s.| sfyl..t"" from ,Porto .Delluery.Efsry Day at any $oue. Patronage Solicited ,:,2V ; i<\

been "ry":.J..... ,aGel.'the Oysters.... iU styles at..ol b.n'>. ............'..,---...---*'.-....:-*...c._.-"--t .,. .| ', BRING DS YOUR JOB PRINTING jac "jli
.aa tNcI .IaIPI. 17 .
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: Furniture Hardware '

_ _ _ .. _ _ _ __ _ _ .. __ ____ ----- ...- -... -__ ______.__ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _. n _
XIII QQ 1:1: a Q a II I!CI aa CI aal!aoaa a a QI 1allQgegaqgaa: ;" .... --- -- ---- - ---- gag 1I1UiQaalaanUID: :: :: : (

'. Oar line Is''' the larg- Fu rnitu're Most Complete Line of Christmas (Crockery

bAt best and prettiest. ,

S! ever In :Kissimmee and ..' Ever Displayed in Kissimmee. '

are :MARKED LOW. .Rockers of all kinds. fill

Book Cases Side Boards We have .a beautiful assortment of
; M 'Fancy' Silver Pisces, Vases, Cup and
China Closets Dining I I Saucer. Cake Plates.. Berry .and Water
Set.8t Salad. Dishes, KUJ.. Dont fall to

Chairs Oak Stales Iron 5 r,, i'' 'utlrxft ten them

Beds, and Bed Springs. FOR THECHILDRENWe a.

have complete line of Doll,, Doll
We Carry a Full Line ,2a.atrY Carriage, Hocking Homes, Drum,
II Ball, Air Gun. Expre.Wagons.. BIG
; ' LINE OF fi and 10 CENT TOYS. H4:1,4.

I A Spemlid .Line .qf Bugs and Matting at Most I .'Everything must be sold Regardlessof

., Reasonable Prices. Cost. Nothing to he carried over.

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The KlsImmCC.VaIICUGaZCttCj Hat at. half price. at Mri.' Pllley's,I Millinery I Mrs. EVA.: Russell ha.. furnished John 'Hughes Now in Jail. I Piiijb'; ,,Sdioof) Honor RON I
soy millinery store.Sterescope . next thirty d.. rooms for light housekeeping. 62-tf
I--,---, ,Sheriff J. M.. Walker returned from The following pupils the Osoeola.
view at. the Cash Store Leave The Junior Epworth;" League'of the New York Tuesday evening with. Jobn High School b'..,. been neither absent
TELKPHONK NO. 11. two. cents' each.Evaporated Laundry with. : Methodist Church 'will give a- Dime Hughes, who is now safely lodged la nor tardy during the month'. ending k
Peaches aDd Prune Fine line Social at Mrs. Plan D'. 'residence Friday jail here to await. the action of )he Jan. 10th. 1808 and have made- an'avenge
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY at C. w.GRIFFIN'S, Plain January 24. All are cordially Circuit. Court which meets InMay.:, of ninety per cent or more in,
..fYoI. holiday Invited to attend.At Hughes wa seen by a reporter' of their studies. with' 'not' less than.
B ckela'. awmlll ha started up the Baptist{ church next S undav this paper. on Wednesday. and talked eighty-five in any one subject, .and,
B. MA""IB.O..OIAL again .after a hut down of about a Try t morning the pastor will speak on the freely of his case.' He said that. when not less than. ninety-five. In deport.
mouth. thTng new "Spiritual Value. of Hard Times." he was first arrested- Panama he ment. '1
xors' clean. I.< ,. had no idea the authorities would FIRST GRADK-Leroy Lesley, r-
. Try Klatlmmee Drug Co'a. Little The public cordially Invited to
WBATHER REPORT.Tbim. Catbaric Granule for Constipation Capt. both morning and evening service. ever send for him, and that this conviction Rexford, Roy O'Berry, Frank Bryan
''A_ ___.u w..k ....u... Torpid Liver and nillioune Matt) spending. a grew on him .as the weeks Gerald.RlTers, Ned' Bullock a.Ii
a a,. "aD1T 16.111011. of the Will McLaughlin suffered .a serious passed and no one came.. The guards. Baas, Murrv Overstreet. Fannie Rexi
For Sale.-"-Bowling alter. with Carr.guest .attack of acute indigestion. last. there seemed anxious: for blm to escape ford, Doris Dann, 'Grace 0llbertt' 1
W6 complete set of ball and pin. Big night and, for awhile it was thoughthe and gave him every opportunity. Blanche Davis, Mattle Stanford. ,
Mu.rt Mln: bargain; H, U. FOUNTAIN. Rev. }' would not. recover. He Is resting He thought at the time they were BKOOND GBADB-Quasi* Wlnn. :. '
-- bOld mass at easier today, however, though still sympathizing with, him; but now Myrtle Whldden, Ruby Duke' ,MaOverlt.rEoet ?*
Mayor T. M, Murphy ha been '
tomorrow ( quite weak. thinks it was because of the hop tbata Charlie Kegero. ,
FIay.. 44 confined to his home for the past 6:30 o'clock The of tie Bank; reward would be.. offered for his Harris Archie McLean. BradleyJ, "
': :: : : 12 '1.41! statement State of
) attack ,
6a/mdr. .. '. .. 8 .. several. day with a severe of' A cold .. Kisslmmee, published In this Issue I recapture. He says he just walked. THIRD GRADB-Tloe' McCalllster.'U
. . .. ., .. a 6t 'M .ui : rheumatism' ..,
May. . ..... .. 11II ..118W. weather shows that- Institution to be in quitea away about & o'clock In "heaft.erDooD. Eddie Campbell. Sam Story Ethel' 1
TD-Iar.......... ... ..... .. 84 The' Me. eri., Waldrop of Alabama failed to .. : healthy condition. There Is and followed a small trail out into Roberson, Frank O'Berr''. Lois,
>C n.nda7.' . .1 .a who are pending the winter going to p..... probably safer banking institution uie'oountry' about ten. mile. where1 Johnson Edna Keene, Amy MaklnsonBeulabAlvv : ,'
here returned. this. week from a ten Mr: and in the State of Florida than the. trail gave out and be was. forced l Vernon Woodall Anson
la J ._ -- .-- -- ; day' visitto, Bradentown and 8t.Petersburg. Ga., who this. to retrace hi. .;.epe. The whole ltezto j Christine' Ivejrv !Klna ..D1a-'
-- A. K. ..- JCoI..J. W.; t derhold.'wbo bas been country, there is .a dense jungle laney, Valeria. Hogan. 'f '
Mr. August Schmidt ha been quite their home )' In feeble health for some time Is now through which these narrow trails FOVBTH GRADK-Annlsi Niameyer..
quite seriously Ill with dropsical. lava been out out. .and' Hughes says Celeste Moselen Ethel: Gilbert Effle \;
Ill for the pact several day, and is Dr. J. C. a '
LOCAL till confined to his. room at theGrave be .at the .. .affection, and while tote friends,; who his idea wa to find one that 'would Baa* Grace 9inn "Maul Belle
Harris O'Qulo '
THE: fIELP..1 lead through the mountains into Col. Charles I Georg.Morrison. *
< Douse under the care of .a It your eves are legion hope for the best, it i. ' '
trained nurse. him and nave feared that in his enfeebled condition ombta, and then to -make his way. .' Wi
J be wilt be, uc'able ,to .withstand the on-down to BoliviaHe. : wandered Firm GBADKAnna DavUsoo,
Do you need a new suit, We. can Stop attack around for eight days and Zelroa Bass; Bernle Sharps Ii *a<
1r.'V NNWade "' I fit and please you, either, in readymade money te bu ,' finally ran into a squad of policemen, Newman, Leon. Bsss; William Xtog.i.
the Tuner Orlando. or or if YOU prefer having it small rate of The agitation for a' "wet" and wbo fired about thirty shots at him, Don Bas. .' "
made we represent the best tailoring. easy terms. "drv" election I I. not meeting, with causing him to run Into .a wire fence SIXTH GBADB!-Olid* Kee Wag'. ,
DwelllDr( for ,rent apply to' M. house in America, KATZ'S. .agent .. much favor and 'general opinion the mark of which, are itlll on his Bryan Emma Bass, gales i t r.
a. Tlllerl , w, ''pr ,t. . SHOES''' of our townspeople, so far a* we can land* before hd was captured ,:On 1 Irene Hllllard.' As : ,
: .. :'>" (; ,r'.N-' ; ?;;''wstchesl! 'J'l: Mr..J. 7. Head travelling ropre.entative shoes at Mrs. learn i* that. should an election be the way up from Panama. on the boat Florrie share ., srSEVle4t
r -Ingeraoll. Mldeet. t 12.00 ,at"I of the Tampa Dally Time, one called this will" by .
: ,, : to shop In precinct go dry' retook fever and his face is all ."
'oJ '"; ,,1a..,'.. ", ':\ ':!Ui''j.' < [('':lil., .,' of the best edited dailies in the State subscriptions delivered .a mush larger majority. than. It .did broken out with sores .and blister? Lucjr UueWea: ,
MI" ( '* I I. in town today soliciting -
.. Iv # "' "fl'"
7-' ,* ,4 N two years ....0. He still mantalns that In killing Uulce. Alma Or _.., '
\. You will alwayji' nVd 'fresh. candy.4'HI.a" for that Mr. W.. B. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. D: Gay, J. H. Simpson be acted in self defense-, and MUdred'Smith, foes Carson, Cecelia '
Gilbert Mrs. Sanders of New Topic, who extensive: Mooney, and Dr., E. O/; Sims, of having learned that his wife was Overstreetj. Blanche Lancaster.. ;- '"
fUUrders; for tallornlade\ suits, at the. has been on an extended visit. here to land at the pcoee. made.a hunting trip to PineIsland I suing\ for a divorce'be said. that she ''TENTH GBADB-Annie! Carton,,
) her sister Mrs. A:. Slater Reed returned ; looking fine. on the Kisslromee' Prairie last was the cause of his arrest'andblamed Bessie'Mossier' c ,
I Cash. Store.. home this week accompaniedby beans week and returned yesterday laden her for his present trouble ELEVENTH GHADC.-AIbert? Parker.,
cost. the. latter. who expects to be awayabout green ,..... ----- TWELFTH: GRADK-MsryCarson; '.
Millinery goods: .at and below The .. : with the spoils of the chase. They : I ; :
'at Mrs. Pllley's. _? throe .months! ., bas had its bad a general good time and enjoyed All the world Eire Lawson, J4..rlet.t"t.t'1aon.' 'iffy\

'f' will call and get. Mr.. H. A. Perry of t: onions., was week with .a themselves to the utmost besides were I I. a '*tagei .and Ballard' Snow Liniment Th. joy ".
Quinn Edmondson the White Star here this week looking after !thesettling the trucks lucky enough to get nine deer four plays a most ., 'it of lirlnp-1* to have good health. 'U*.
for '
your packages *'-f up of the estate of his the old I turkeys and 4larttenurnberof' ' qual1Or :-. has DO superior for rheumatism, stiff Herbine and you" will have bnchelaof.
Laundry, brotber-ln-Uw I, t. Plait, who was used on the aDdo Reporter-Star. .'" j joints,' cuts, sprains and all pains. jov.. You. need not be blue.fretful' 'y, '
MOD. W. L. Palmer of Orlando throwu from' a horse and killed at burning the : Buy it,try It and you will always use .and have' thatbad., 'taste in .your
,ti, 'wM bere Monday on business before Astiton last week Miss Fine: Spanish Jack& for Sale., It. Anybody who has. used Ballard's mouth. Try .a. bottle. of Berblnes ''apositlre ,.. '

the County" Court. Mr. and Mrs. James At} Llracott., burg, S.' C Snow Liniment .a, living proof of cure for all liver complaints..
and Miss Louie Mrs. C. E. Spanish Jack 15 hands high "d what It does. Eo.B..rrell.. ,Austin,Texas writes.. "1
W, H. Smith purchased shla ,sk of Ohio years old. Well trained. Must be trial bottle.. lIOo and $1, "
Hall, of Olouster, O., arrived several .atives here. Buy a -26c have used Her bine for over .a. year .(;, ;
through M.'Tiller's agency-the shop old On account of death of the owneralso : For sale by Roperson's Pbarmsey.Waoted.To ,
and find
time the few 't'I It a fine regulator. gladly
days ago to spend some here t
Cosner. six
of .
and building M. young horseInquire 0L. 1
.. recommend It fine medicine for'
and .are stopping with the .family of who have as a
H. Ingram KlsSimmee or I. L buy a. good!: farm horsecheap -
Col. S. T. Fletcher of,Tampa. , was Judge'L.. A, Minx, the linotype L.Moon. !
bere Monday and Tuesday on business lucrative ... Plait! ,. Ashton.;; 3-4U apply to J, .;, Pharmacy.'a
: before the Count Court.Q9 Readers of the Saturday Evening burg Dally I .
Post. and adies1Iome} Journal can compositor
m'Edmon.oD will call for your renew their subscriptions with. NelsonA. '
lauridrvPlease have. the change for Russell. )j"horlaecJlerato/ for Curtis The < s
him on deller,,ohbe same tf. I Publishing Co., and save'. theirpostage. never looked
., tl.CO. the year. !
a tear. .8tof
Sale !
Mis* Cornelia Morrison of Kisstm- .are Millinery
.jj rose, i* visiting her friend Miss Grace Mr. U. A Llghtsey of Bartow small scale .. Big
Preston.-Orlando Reporter-Star spent .a few days In town this week probable... /
Gilbert's having come up to attend the large ,
If YOU .are hungry go to of the Llghtsey Parsons and it now .
quick lunch restaurant. or call 47-tf.op--8 Cattle. Co.,\ which was held at the before many '"
and. have your order sent up. office of Col. P, A. Vans. Agnew on. have. taken. It. .

it, ', taorsbelm's 15 Patent Oxfords are Tuesday.Mr. of the large. J"...........
_ the'cotieot, thing. to stile, comfort, W, C. Parsons left Tuesday Florida I _J ,, ,
etc. Pound at H. C. l Stanford. Co. afternoon for Tampa. ou..a business Dr J,' C. I .
'i onlv. >, trip .after which he will go on to New optician will i '. )0.. .
York and from that place to Arizona next week is
For first-class work patronise. the to look 'after his .mining' Interests. prepared to a Now is the time to save money. For the next!

Mr. Parsons. is one of our mOIl''paPUI" may. desire ,
Edmondj I(' !' winter visitors, and alwavs, i. well and '
.a cordial welcome on, his where he bas 6f
:New arber shop at Patrick's. old I anuual visit bere.Jobn satisfied thirty ,days 'I will offer my' entire! stock? Mil=; s.

.....Dd.* Service by tonsonlal .artist I S. Bowen one of Jhe best. to headache, ,. .. ,, '
';, codrersant; . with air toe latest fads In hotel men In the state was. la the city weak eyes ". :' Ii ." :, . '.. ; .

!.'' barberlag. "" vesterday. Mr. Bowen will manage him a call ; finery at a Big Reduction.. : : : /' '. ,.', :, <;':>: ', ,.. V':1; : : '
of White Pine and Tar is a the new hotel at Klusimmee.. It will ENII.ted ,r .. ;,. ,,, .
Syrup '
>1 'I1'"i ,,, ,
20th .
will known to ,, "
and nary
be .
remedy that, will positively cure be finished soon as t .. : r F. ., .L "' >J.>I'; ....:...
For sale .at Kisslmroee the Oreystone. Klsslmmee to be On We .' f,
cold. .e o.r
eougns: and ,; I : ,;, ::1 }< 4-
y ISI.tof congratulated. having such an well's music j
Attorney Drug Lamar Co. Spa ,)[m.o. of .able hotel man upon in !their'- ""midst."'" -.Orlando ... the parents .' Untrimmed. Hats that were'r. .' ,...$1 00, 'now. ,:,."r:.,:.f\50J', : -,r!<./; 'Ii.F "
Tampa. was here Wednesday before w'al''IIe ReporterStar.City Treasurer lien Hlnton left last jot of the the pupils' Untrimmed Hats that Were' '. "' ';' ', ._l., tlO now .-< r1$' ,.,, ', ,.
railroad. matters ' !'
a', ; -
some : .
; I"
Mrs. \ .
'sbe County Court, night for North Carolina. Mr I Untrimmed Hats that .. .. 2'00 now :. '1' 00..7 \}\; r ;
'I( Brown ha. been In poor health'. .. for was very ... were , M '"

":VDr.-J: ; W. 'Simpson lat. spent'week tI.i..iDlfbiB severalAysatTavare several month .and la taking .a 'trl P I the 'aud' Th ieace Trimmed Hats that were < .. :;... ,,; ,'.;" & '00 now';' :,4 -i cxt ',' : <
w'r1 : to the mountains, hoping to receive room ty . ., J. ,
Mr. *" c ''t. r i. oj. \
brother-in-law, and sister benefit from that climates. Toe'bestwishes and each ) Trimmed Hats -thai were .,-" ".';'-"1.t, } I... J,elf,': 600,, 'now'" y .. "}t2tl . .; '"
,i and Mrs. H. C. Duncan of his many friends accompany minnerthat ' ., '
.r-1 : \ HI'o': : ," ;,
' of turpentine b.....&.4. him and It is booed that' he. will re- the P Woo'.' r ; ': ; ;-ot. '
4 :
Tfce' price the ,Trimmed .tbatwere.. .* .,. :: .r'50 :, 110W"1' ';3.28lJ! k. .T ft'! <'; I :
and and robult..rMI..ml1eoOrd. .
vanced very materially turn here strong. ,The ...... ;,
{" operators are now taking a"more'op ,. K.v Leopold A .1-: is. .a.' ..)1 ..
,tlmlstlo view of the situation Mr. 'W.; H., Smith,. ,ba'vlncr. purchased York. :. > .. '' ... I '
, "made on .Caps and.ReadytoAVetir'Goods.This .. .
Laundry, Quinn neaday .and .' -. ' " -i' '., Jf "
4x to the : Star repair shop rooveu his family'.bere ? . : 'j! ,. ..."' t "I
will call for-1' ;your pack. this week and has with the finest .
Orlando ,
\EdCPQBdQP from :
. 4, JbeloV Actual Cost. Come
; early ;
..1ijj. -' : Is\\ andmakeyewr"
, "} ;..t. ages r you will noUfJ, bim.i taken,charge. of .the'! business. 'Mr.Smith piece that* ; !
U Fletcher) 'of JarekltODooi' however still retains jail privilege to '
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;, < fdate for ualt.ed StatesSena 1n&ereelD the Smith A: Jones) mar call early.- ; .c.I. "
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Sew bone oa.f' cantile business at Orlando which '
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oods1D." be conducted .by' his partner.Mr. .
l" "' of his will 1
the gnat' ;S" ." .
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TIle Clan By*,, Induttry. .HOW, XO: PAT. -
Grateful ratJel1t-Doctor, how .cai
NATURE "Th manufacture glass< "s,.sS I 'ever.repay; you... far your kindness b
.ald : .
bat been reduced to sclenee, met
gentleman who U compelled wear ," I '
a Dootov -: Doesnt .matter, old man
AWOMAN'S WOW one',of them., "No two natural orb Check, money: order. or cash.-Brltlsl
AD arc exactalike) each on* ''differing Medical Journal.

fa| aide and color. It take. the alee.t .
kind of'calculation to get an artificial
nA Ar eye that U approximately the The plea. of ae'lf'-defense, declare)

lame In *U. and color aa,1t' aatsfal the Louisville Courler-Joucoal. 1* a
one. If the artificial eye fit the moo- back number. The U.600 word by' : ( rt a i.

ket on all sides the muscles which Botlietloal-quesMoa and a ftrtclasialienist

would move the natural eye grip .the well suffice.Proof .

glass one when they are called Into .
play, and la this, way' the artificial Better Cow Better Calf and :to the calf be its god of the feed Against Rust ....,.,..:-:- "' ;- 1..:.'..:".

aI orb Is moved slightly, thus lesseningthe A good cow in good condition will dishand two disagreeable. thing In Consul Albert Halstead of Birmingham -

disagreeable Impression which a give birth to a stronger calf and will dairying-breaking heifer and teaching report that an'' option on : It Wins."A ,

glass eye &1ve.. Matching the color give more milk to' nourish It than calves to drink-are made into the American rights to a patent process Sweetened quantity of to the"hot taste sir"'

of the natural eye however, Is the will a 'cow In .poor condition Correspondingly pleasant pastimes, called "sheradiclng." which, It laus.rted TWill: nlwnjs" tIle maidea. .

hardest part of the' manufacturing process ,. a plump, heavy kernel maVes,Iron and steel 'rustproof ; r With the .'wif waist'Certain.
and requires the most 'expert of grain 'will produce a better plant Dow to Dip Sheep. and has been successful in

workmanship, When the glass eye U than a shrunken light kernel. T ls For dipping a number of sheep England for a time, ha*'been sold to ,
perfected an exact duplicate ls made fact has been demonstrated beyond from 1000 head up, the vat should a firm In Pew York.. He adds:

d' dLYD and kept on file just as a businessman doubt from experiment"testing the be at least forty feet In. length and "!t I* clMmed for tM (v cef 9 httt He"Wise men" hesitate; only} r

I keeps a card index list, so that yield from light and hoary ,weight five feet deep. The bottom of the -itccat* Iron and steel with lino a." fools are certain

l3. NK duplicate orders may be filled by seeds.-American Cultivator. vat should be. six Inches wide the well or better thaa ordinary,.west galvanizing She-"Are you.ureT" ,'

., Nature and a Troman's work com. mall.\ The life of a glass eye,;.varies '---... sides sloping outward and upward' and that the iron and steel' }ie-"I'm quite .certain of It

bind have produced the grandest from three to six.month The chemical Popular Feed flack. till at the top the measurement 1* thus ,coated can be brilliantly' polish Tattler.

* world woman's ills that the properties of the tear,act upon The illustration of foddor rack at least two feet but on po' account ed.. In the process alas dust Is placed 3$ aDiiiy.
ever known. tIu.\ .. ., dulling It. -luster- and glvIng here shown i. one invented by the should It be any wider as then the in a cylinder which has been brought .'
In the good old-fashioned days of It a dead appearance."-Philadelphia . editor of the Agriculturist and'used sheep swimming through would turnaround to a'' temperature of 400 to COO de-1- "It roust be a dirty", Job to clean

,..- our grandmothers they relied upon Record. by him for many year. The rack which U one of the thing frees Fahrenheit; that Is, below the an automobile." t
the roots and herbs o( the field to 1* such a good 'one' that hundred, to he guarded against. The 'vat la melting point of xlne. The article "''Oh, I don't'lrnow. Did you'eYeIl/

', cure disease and mitigate suffering. of farmers copied the Idea and they made five feet deep to obviate, the It 1 s''. desired ;to "sheradJze" are put change the ribbon of a typewriter."

'The Indians on our Western "FEEDING WITH HIS KNIFED came Into quite general use'on,cattle danger of the sheep striking, the bottom .- into the cylinder, which Is then revolved Detroit Free Prea*. ,I "
Plains to4aycu.n'produce roots and "Jokley was telling me he saw:you farm. There. ia absolutely no wasteof : of the vat when thrown in and Is The xlno In this process is ;, ,,wl
Barbs for every ailment, and cure In a restaurant yesterday." said Coakley. feed' in using, this rack and anything : made sloping at the side to save expense 'aot'actuall'melted.' but' form ah alloy 4 A Distinction I With a. Difference. M '

diseases that baffle the most skilled can be fed in It. from corn 0 In dip. :The Inside of the vat through the surface of the article Editor-"You ace a story ha* tot "

physicians who have spent years in -res." replied the. new-rich Kadley, fodder to ensilage and .meal says should be flush so that no obstructionwill absorbing\ the zinc, and then a coatIng .be just so to get Sneer mataslne." '
the study of drugs. "and I cut him. Did he tell you the Wisconsin Agriculturist.The Interfere with the passing covering the whole' visible surface Author-"Well, what' the matteo

From the roots and herbs of the that?" rack has a tight bottom;' into through of the sheep. Sink the vat 1*' deposited to any desirable with this one of mine'"' -
field Lydia K.. Plnkham more than "No but he said he was In constant which all Utt r' falls as cattle pull in the. ground to the depth of four thickness. Article thus treated are E11tOr-.Jt' only .so-av:"'-:,Puck.
fear that you'd cut your. ."-Philadelphia . feet. The vat should at first .be .
thirty years ago gave to the womenof said to hare en oven and adherent Went.'r
,the world a remedy for their peculiar Press filled with water to sea if It leaks. coating, which' wears excellently and Rut It .i
Keep water In It till the leakage "Prisoner at the bar,',' said thai /
ills, more potent and efficacious does not strip and that by the use
than any combination of drugs. FlTBSt.Vlt1l8'Da.Df'+>INf'notUD'fIMIMIIIIUIneutlyeured tops then ball out and fill with dip.. of a, lime mop are easily polished. magistrate, "for the crime of' over., '.<'
bY'Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Epltomlst. speeding will a fine of $i9! ,- ,
you pay:
lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable fcJrtr'-a! trial bottle and treatise free Aluminum and antimony can be sub -.r:
Compound is now recognized as the ,".U. B. !IQlne. Ld..9BHHrch St.. ..Phlla.., Pa. line Double Capacity.The .It '1* .a.Id, ,. for sine, with or be took to jail for ten. days. .I''!II I
while when and Its "That's not a corroct 'sentence.1murmured
standard remedy for woman's ills. success, copper
The railroad of the world. It !Sa drawing shows a low down alloys are subjected to this process the prson| PhllSdel.. 1.:,
1f 'Mr Bertha Muff, of bib N.O. St., estimated, annually kill less than one- barrow In sufficient detail to enable their surface is so hardened as even phla. Lodger. 'k.k

Louisiana,.Mo., writes: fourth a* many people a* the mosquitoes any one to make a similar one. We to turn.. the edge of a steel tool.- ,\
Oompt.te'reatora lon to' health notes the Washington Post think that next to the low down cartIt Consular Reports. Next Tilnl. .

means so much to me that for the sake As-there U no way: of suing the mOo la the handiest thing around the "The new Thaw trial will be along '*
of other suffering women I am willing squltees. Unre Is a great deal of building." and garden, that we have, different, lines." i I.
;y .. make my troubles public. profitable business lost to the law- says a writer in Farm and Fireside. High Salaries for Players.Of ..S!)," t ,
'"tier twelve I had been n9erimg
years Its is than, double that all the people who work, for their .
;. with the worst form of female Ills. .era. capacity more "Yes; there will bo a consistentplot
j+ During that time I had eleven different Feed Rack. of the ordinary kind and<< the load ia living vaudeville performer are the ; an Intelligible libretto and' no I',

t physician; without help.' No tongue A professor making observations out the other much more easily put aboard. It has best paid. Of three-fourths-ye*, Interpolated specialties.-Louisville. '"
aa tell what I Buffered and at times I has discovered signs of atmosphereon 6'etwOt'u'the hay or fodder from the advantage of getting into closequarters .even.e1shths-ol the traveling theat. Courier-Journal.: .j :
could hardly walk. About two year the planet Mercury. Is this hot slats. It is twelve feet where the cart would not go. real companies the whole salary list

iWO I wrote Mrs., Plnkham for advice.I girl demands the Mobile Herald. long and five feet wide. Three or and for use about the feeding alleys. does not amount to $2.500(; a week,. The Reason. 't-'J':
followed It., and can truly say that four such racks in a yard will- holda the stable the" lawn and the garden I and yet la vaudeville that ,much !lao y '
Lydla' E. Pinkham's ,Vegetable Compound load of _
hay or corn fodder. It is o
there la hardly anything that will paid to 5y
..1 one performer who gives an
; and )Ira. Plnkham' advice ret ''TWO CURES OF ECZEMA the best rack in which to feed corn
tored health and atrength. It I. take Its place. eighth of the performance It is true 1
fodder .
we ever saw. will pull
worth'mountalns. of gold to suffering For the framework get two pieces that a J2BOO-a-week performer( doesn't
Baby Had Severe Attack rand-
out leaf and
vsen.o" father Buffered Tormentwith every husk leaving the. of hard wood.two by two Inches which appear often In any one theatre but 1 .,*
bare stalks may'her
in the bottom which
What Vege. tile Disease Owe Recovery 'will project te form handle* on one aa act that cost' $1,000 a week: has I 1 r if
table O>pours did for dirs. Muff, toOaUenra, The removed as desired. end{ and ,for the wheel frame oh the become the rule rather than the exception ,J

E 6' U will do for other Buffering women. "la ISM my grandeoa. a babe, had aa feet On are four of the bY oai.t four sir<": "pthgr. At front end of box in rear In every bill. while a great .f
....,{ attack of menu, and after trying the dos 0 top > o wbeel- piece of the same dimensions majority of the acts cost from $250
toN to (bs extent of heavy bills and aa Increate by four is,, spiked upon which the Is mortised' Into ,the frame to to 9500, and in the beat vaudeville\
M 4 of Ue disesee and suffering, I recommended slate that hold the fodder rest. These hold 'It rigidly.and to make the front house no act cost less than $76 a } C)<
. slats
Cutionra and in' a few''week I are four Inches wide and
end of the box frame. Pieces one week. "Chasers" to drive
''the child well., He I placed far-enough to admit employed ,
was today a trout apart the and a half by one and a half inchesare
audience out of houses
1 man and absolutely free from the diMe of giving continuous
ti'' u 1w nose a cow-about sly inches. The also mortised Into the bottom of 2
A few years ago I contracted sea and bottom I*, made of common six Inch performance, get that much.
beetja'tt intense sufferer.'. ,A whole winter .' boards If meal 1* fed In the rack : the legs both front and back, These In the good vaudeville house the salary . : i' %
form the
passed without ono having on ahoee, matched flooring Is better for the foundation for .the floor list of performers ranges from f :tfI
sJiarl1 from the,knees to the toe being bottom. A six Inch board Is nailedon $1,600\ to $..000 a week and the maximum : .M
covered with virulent
I tried
doctor to no purpose.soree.Then I procured man? around the outside of the bottomto Is >paid more often than the.mlnlmum. : ;i'4i I ," 3 iOn "

,the Cancun Bemedies and found immediate hold the feed. ._ Occasionally the cost will t--'
Improvement and final core.' :M. W Where young cattle cow or steers run to $5,000 a week. The'standard "#
t' LaRbe. US..8eYtbIlt../ ., Louisville, Ky' run loose there I* no better way of In practically every first class'...vaude- the Sofa.-"Oh, he's simply mad! 1 jy

April 23 and Mey 14, IBOZ." ..- feeding them.. We. have. fed a good vllle house In the country Is 3.200. a about me-you"should see the pooafellow's

many steers In this rack. They were week and each manager tries to keepas letters.

Some men wouldn't take advice If It dehorned and ran loose In a shed.,The w Down Barrow. ,:.. close to that a* possible. It ha "I suppose you know'there's been va
': e were offered to them In capsules. rack was kept full of'clov.rharand: been found that this will provide an .great deal of Insanity In his fame. nIIyV'New

,'Iir,I ensilage, and vneal :was fed twice which should be of three-quarter attraotlye bill and yet leave a talrm..111 .' " "York Telegram. '..
.4eoe.tIsoa"o ,. .dally In the tight bottom.A . Inch boards. The legs are mortise of profit-Everybody': ,Maga -
Mei tm .
0 to 1* Diys.Otetmeat ' i" A'Doubtfol: Compliment. ..., '
sine .
r- I* roaranteed to Into the shaft or handle' pieces; the .fr;
;. ,' ...*irn..PliDd.BI..+Worprouuding ell"oil. any Rather' Novel Idea. front ones resting about three Inches '"Won't .you sing something. Miss! '."

IatTb ... o..w-. roe*1a..16. "' --.e7 ieluDdecL .s.0., It I I. said that farmer' near' Lancaster from the'. ground and the rear one VERY TR'tJi;]:BUT-. Muriel" good; 'x I
..... It ,. Pa., unable to obtain farm .ecurely'braced, a* shown In the cutIf "Oh! dear," exclaimed tha society "Oh I I larent; after' such'' ;
r..d.r r ..J .... CiaI4a. It Aida I.oIt easier to secure" ., Vindication. help and/realizing that he would be desired the sides may be built feel wretched and this music as we have:been listening to.*' t
"I so
_.P" woman.
r3 , Yd ' ooh 1IG .& wee.CL.e. than't in to.restore.virtue.: unable to harvest his crop alone, from 'the floor solid and straight up, I* my receiving day, too. I do ,hope "But I'd rather listen to jour sing; 'I't
; Ing.thau' to .amount of .
t Ind boil lon / hit upon the novel scheme of a public but we find It better to have a per- 'calf be In misery any good music. .
. U l.v. I* can there be no one will, ; for I'll ."Illustrated Bits.. .J.
'" : sale of his bed from floor to of ;
crop a* they std Injhe jftaaent top handles "
the time.
.r tint olghtf Itch eared la miaute by Woolford'Sanit.ry all
LeUea,Never fails.. ;At drugcuA. fields. He had a slxteen-acre cornfield with removable ,side boards to "Well" remarked her husband ';i I
A Doubtful. .Definition. r
.. and a large apple orchard. The slip on for use la handling bulky facetiously, "I always understood that ,
i iCAPUDINE novelty of his proposition attractedn I "What !Is your Idea of prosperity TJ* ,
Wise I. the man who can correot; stuff.Heavy .'misery loves company -The Catholic
crowd and bidding was. spirited.In material, such a* bags of :, Standard Time asked the argumentative person., Jj
,' CURES Lr.I saw w..:.E..=E'f mistake before be,make It., consequence the farmer netted fertilizer, large stonea,.etc., are easily: and "Prosperity," answered Mr Dusty

,M Me.. er $28 per acre for his corn while his handled with this type of barrow, as Star "1* any' state of affair! ,, that! 'f
"' IN. IRIPPE-: nEASOl'fI'OBWOMEM"8' "NERVES" apples fetches him $1.25 per. tree they may be loaded between the THE COURAGEOUS BACKER. enables you\ to remind the\ parties) '

+ a.eearw i.I,.t...NI te .-. .:...-- the purchasers turnll'lni.: tbi'.Iabornece..r ; handles. directly from the ground." . "Who play the part. of the hero concerned that things might baworse.
} Z ss.s.M I w w ... ere In Very Many [CUM It 1* Weakened ,. to gather 'tha corn and -' In our new drama'" ."-Washington Star., .? '

..\. ) o ". Kidney"' pick the apple*.Weekly Witness. Farm Notes.It And the author whose mind was 1 1" ''f.

: :-1I'ral1kRoHboom.: 511' South is. a, benefit to an old<< orchardon elsewhere replied: Romance of a Poor Young Man. .It.

t [ Washington St.. Moscow." ,Idaho., Breeding the.BacoD Hog. level land to turn' hogs Into It. "The man who 1* putting up the "Ferdinand speaks of lovo I Ineai\ :t

>ht FREE hry r .. iltli'InherlUd kid- Mr..> Hoy t'says that Dr. Harper 1* Hitch the horse to the atone boat money,"-Washington Star, cottage but that's foolish talk."Y: ;

nvy trouble grew trying to get a good bacon hog.' He put on a box and drive ;around the '- d 'Especially to a girl.of.your social. .i

10 f, ateadliy worse with ha Tamworth, which are.certainly building, dooryard and nearby fields RAILROAD MAN standing" '.
,'me until so' nervousI a good.bacon breed. But why shouldhe and pick up .the loose stone D/d'n't Yes; one could not.possibly Jlva!
could not sleep at think / LIke Being Starved.A at all the i/
Improve by crossing on If we cultivate small fruits, have ) Newport year 'round. -
night. I was din) the Poland China, a purely lard hog?. Louisville Courier-Journal., I "I"
'{ and IPotl'tloate4 before th! .r. I I. really no hog that.will make plenty of interesting work on the man running on a railroad has -I', 1 '* > I
APIISTAL farm this will tend to keep the
young to be in good condition all the timeor
my' elec.back :Wy better bacon'than the razorback of men at hom r ; Method In It. a ;..
he 1 liable to do harm to himself l
and hiveac
South black-haired survival '
Y T'S Clean A journalist who pwnedtwof. !. 'I:
out and air
.. out the cellar and other
I ana every com set,, of the fittest. His fault is slow maturity papers was reproached for. J;
0' kidney thoroughly before putting In the potatoes A clear head 1* necessary to ran a devoting ;:
: tied and made> and
my me big waste;: If I was breedIng them to Upholding opposing'1policiee '
: or other root crops. Old, locomotive or conduct a train Evena :
I have ud different for
worse bacon
many a pig I would
use "There two
are sides .
FROM YOU every) ;
musty vermin Infested man' and
or lumber railroad appetite digestion e
medicine and was discouraged when the Tamworth with razorback sows, question" he responded with dignity _
should be replaced with new and are matter of Importance ;,
I With' Doan' Kidney Pill and
began by continually keeping'only full "I propose to be right'atJeastlhalf .:...
clean. the clear brain and steady: hand re- ,.
but now the symptom* that alarmed blood Tamworth males. I would.expect "
f AnlVfVWill Send Free to Prove'L from the followed the\ time. -Philadelphia. Led "
; ,, me are gone." ? : to have in a little while the Don't let any apple go to waste; cult healthy appetite ger.. ..
', That It1'Is the Most Effective .Sold by'all dealer, 60 cents a"*box finest bacon pigs In America.. Smith convert them Into cider or vinegar. by the proper digestion" of food. :'f
FosUr-Mllburn Co. N.'T. Don't use a sour or barrel ".For: the pact five year, write aratlroader
Buffalo fleld hams are made from the native musty ; i y
'' Must Have Meant Hno,,
External Cure' for Rheumatic "I have constantly t .
been ;
,, Virginia stock, and' cannot be made it on the fuel pile. .
P&in and Aches a Large' If* ay for a millionaire to preach from the Western lard hog. Cider to be kent during wlntarshould .. _____ troubled with Indigestion. Every; Nell_"I really think May fa'In/- : '
-- - .'
with .
doctor ,I C consulted? seemed to :you. \C 11
i the.virtue olPo..n7., be got Just before the mill ataxv* me to. dealh. FlfA' I'sea Ned-"Do you really Why?" '.. ? 4
shut down in late fan.
OFt TeacwngeCalf Put in
BOTTLE .. .' to Drink. barrel a dieted oa warm water and tout un Nell-"I heard her remark yet.a'
jo., ,0. ""Beomo Qnlalae" H. E. Cook says In Tribune-Far ..freeof mustiness and then -till wa almost starved; then, when terday: thatf homeliness In a man' ia 'i'
keep near to ,thirty-five
''nat tarW I*eiciwcare Tame tire of Brooao A. W.GiwveTtTeed Quinine. Look the met: .Fix things so the calf can never possible. Such cider will keep degree sweet a* they would let 'm* eat the lad igestton' not really" a fault but a" sign." on- #
Wag ore to Dare a Colds One Day.Mo. 'suck Its dam and when the cow has until spring., would be right back again. character. Catholic Standard .and) ..
"Only temporary relief cam from Times ''
mothered for a few hour*-don't be The ''i
Oratory merely talk. with Its In too big a rush about It-milk about. man who peddle. squashes' remedies,. and I tried about all ofthemI *I "
DP PAIN clothe on. three quart of her milk Into a poll, selling them by the pound,,, will.And saw advertised. About tire. A Straight Deal. "
It helpful to leave two three '
put it up under the calf*'nose so as or inchesof .month ago friend advised m* to City Official: -"f suppose these anderground *' (
to touch It, and In a minute it will vine with 'the stem. In selling try Grape-Nut food. The very first "''operations are all rlght tt.but .
LINIMENT ..........Alinsae).ta8OOO.OOO __ by using a pull down hang scale, the day I noticed .that '
k' drink ,.from th* word go, and, you my, apptlte was there' 1,* one, thing dead agalnsttthem. I :- ,
'" -.:-... .Y--- asb \1__ .... have WO&ouand kept ::your piety vine and stem will. hang'to,the hook. satisfied, which had not been the ease ." S
b.e i'{ -p mnliseoom. beside Cut the*corn low',' thereby,. saving before that I can remember. : '' is. y '
r. Is wrnbe obtained from all dree- .A calf that ha* never sucked Critic;; "': 'What thatt" ';;"f
''Confident that It .wgl do fob, you Be sore. to faquir earfy. TheIfloe will drink a* readily as It will get more todder'alld; making the field "In a week: believe, I had more City' Offlclal-f-"In the very nature; "
what it has don for others that Almens* i* already I pvblubed. ud lhiMAyjheaven.lhelp the hang of finding its own dinner., look 'I... unsightly and the next I energy than ever before In my life. I 0 of things' th 7'c.n't be oa the 4
so.upsWit to'praise it, a* doe*' the ..pp 'WiU n: . D.. net pit By,the same rule a' heifer should plowing eUler.. have gained even pound and Have level.",-Baltimore'American., i
writer of th*following grateful letter J- 4t ofL tdp..te0tae: &o-cIa7 always be hand milked, and then she PoD't" winter 'over any-manure; not had a touch of Indigestion lnce I (

U "WMb muscular that rheumatism to control I,suf. the'rlcb the knows- no other..way.: Let I the>calf you can't afford to. The longer'you .have 'been eating Grape-Nuts. 'When 'Quite ;'Jatur;.1. If';
tiered to the exdent even : poor run with\.her -a' few keep-It above 'clU1d.the less my wife *aw how, >xpuch good this .
in right hand wee days and then : value "I sometimes' "' .... .ald' Dubley.'j
h*1 penheld a W times.- my' On one pushd7'I have.no_ automobile. ,. to milk her'; h.rway; of thinking ,It has. food was donC'me she tboughtisbe') :"that would, 'he,{.nice

vd's, Liniment. 'No', ,. ."robbery" of'her:; calf and you When;: poultry, attain ,good site ;would try, 1( awhile.. We believe the the origin of aopie"of the ""common.phraserof a
$l, b Sl ti 4 from A worse ills wluloiv'sSootbfagg l torChTJOre have to break her. which often I. look them.over ''and any ''runt, sick discoverer' of Grape-Nuts-'found ,the. the' day. For-- Instancwonder **"'

averaSsll' thpPM t-- thegeu.,;.dQoNl..ft.- Quite a nUd 1'llIe'lbow and often of or ,maimed coop by themselves and 7rct. )i'ooV" ; who Orlg lated'the'ex; %* .

of R'pl s u-. O k\iIIoaboWa somewhat. unpleasant memory. From give special care wth| ; the liea of tram* cireA to Pp atom Co..,,Battl*' don,.It never. raid but 1t pour/,?* I,
Dee as ; .A': gesst -b what 1e"OOll1IQto the -start play' .that, Cfk.UIc&. Jh .<< Co elldII..a' : .
you ,are th* selling or.>putting ia'ta."pot among : ""Very likely suggested _KIWer/' ;

r showed t '. him.. when-- 'the. joetmaa..r aDv'f .eUw'I'calf. .and make he*'bollv- ,It.; ,.the. .first.,. .: Ja th'.;, Rt..I Dr" "It. >was Npah."Philadelphia: .PrweV..
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I ,1:HL'PI7"! ; < .This setae where. he surrenders his .
: .
birthright did .wrt-asttle. destlajref
: the two brothers like
; compact 'tTi :

" .A. MOUAW.V SUNDAY MftMON..,BY tkto-otrald not stand good for.ver aaal $lrup
.1 M101fIt, HUGH'' BLACK; In some magical "way substitute! Jacob VId I J '
t7J" . for >Dsanla, the line of 00cI'. 'greet 't O
\ .. .. religions purpose. But this! scene, 4.Y .

'' ,4J,8nb' 'r'-"t'J BsWsiywjptaUon, ,. though It did Dot settle their destiny flixir9f3ennn ,t?
" In that'sense-'revealed; their character -
;T-" >J- ,. N the one' essential' thing which Bigger;
Brooklyn N. Y.-*'Profeuor Hugh ", u- ecee..I'1' for'the.splritoal'sua' Cleanse.the't..E<
a Black 'of anion Theologies! Seminary cession to Abraham; and Esau failed uallwDi&pels.! __. tton'Yields Per Acre
preached Sunday In the Lafayette : here In' this teat as he "would fallanywhere. ,
Avenue His 'Ju.o"tci Constiation' .
PrNbterlan.Cbureb to a question to' reassure ; ,v : {
large audience, tlis. ,subJect "was, himself "What profit shall this birthright acts acts oksaLaxaiive. The value of commercial fertilizers has

,'' ?ao.'. Temptation., He took his do to/ ef" reveals the bent of naturally, Truly t been demonstrated oVer and over again by 1;' )

.MR from Genesis 25:32: : ."And his life an eKp1&n. his failure; True both
governmcnt'and private comparative: ,
Bssn said,.Behold I am at the point self-control V-jmatig'willingness to"re
Co .dl.: and '''What' profit shall this sign the small for the, sake of the :jDcstforMenXromen pnJ Lruich 1 tests.. We stand ready to demonstrate to

,Black do, to. ,met" Professor. great, the present'for the sake of the and you at any time that the surest way to "in-,
said;: future, the material for the sake of '; nun Utdi 'creue70"r yields per acre" is to use
I 1 K...:We can&ot suppress a natural sym- the spiritual; and that Is "what faith r; et its en ficiQEffectsAlWlxS \ | .!

-pauiy) with Esau In this scene be- makes possible. Of course. Esau did [ Ohl Papa don't forget to buy a
,twe >n ,the two" brother. II! seems not tfcaji; .he...was. losing! the great by buy,t e ? nuine ",men e

I ,, as touch sljyiel. against as Inn n&;- grasping at tbT small. At. the,mo- lU1s the 1L"l .name tf'the Com- bottle of CHENEY'S .EXPECTORANT MiginiaCarolinaFertliizers

and In comparison "with the cunnlng.-: 'went the birthright Just Because It' for >eur little Rlrl.
t ;crafty character' of .Jacob he appears was distant appeared: Insignificant..
';the better of the two. His'very faults He bad no patience" wait, no faith rC1 You can buy It, at any Drug

to believe In thereal; value of CALIFORNIAsSrrmjj Store'.nd know It ne..r'falli
1 virtue' side w. tbl1)1I:.-.. "wet anything you
1''I ;look at his bold that ,was not material no self-, non R.J. Redding-,former Director the Goor tEn
Impulsivefigure. to cure Croup and Cou b. '
my ,. .Is
Station autlarityfortheetatement that
' There I nothing or the cold, restraint! to keep him from Instant'surFSnder m Co. f.a
aloulating, to the demand for present G ? experiments made at this station show that well ,
Ickerr, the selfishness the astute Ir..tI ca 9I4 ".Y : M'manuf,achtrea,printed on the | PORATABLC AND STATIONARY balanced commercial fertilizer applied to one acre

pound of flesh deterrolnatlaiwtoVgvts "which inMte' hi. : This Is the povftr of all appeal to IVentof eve ry "DRUGCIST5 / r of land, and 'well cultivated,may be reasonably u't ,

, d Jirother appear "Ynean beside passion-that It Is present "with us SOL J bYALL LEADING I I l pected to produce an price of this would -
; ., ATIth our swift and random and him cur now, had at once. It is claim me sue only,regular price SOtp..>.bfMl. ..' [ MINES cotton. At the present of cotton. ,

face Judgments ant Imperious. Insistent demandingto mesa a large extra profit (for both lint and seed),
we are Inclined tot --- -- -- -- - ''
think It unjust that ,11:11&11: should be be satisfied with what Is actually! after deducting; the price for fertiliser. 'Ifl
r est'aside in the great history of grace present It has no use for a far-off .,)l ;J "-- '-' --. tp' You'll find reports of many othereomparadveG ,, : .

l ,tor one who could be guilty of both good. It wants' Immediate profit. AND BOILERS tests together with much valuable' Information. con-
malice and fraud In advancing his This Is temptation alluring to- the 'I \ Cowing land culture in the new Virginia-Carolina ,
1 own" Interests. We are not at eye,' whispering in the ear,' plucking II..... and 8hlnU. Mills 1.1.otor .(4' \ I \\ Year Book or Almanac. Ask you local fertiliser ?
pre.eoteallna .nd WoodSmws, 'tl ...., dealer for "well send ,
( with the character by the ''elbow, offering satisfaction limp. nuliiKi. !pl" 'I a copy or you one
of Jacob '
!! n>r,we would sea that this hasty judg now, Here and now" -not hereafter Writ.t one* nd learn wbWI -.m IxwtppgltkHifc 1;, .bafarul.ya.b.ItlagUs.otla "IID'" \ 'JtT free,if you write our nearest tales office. ;'

p 'went, true 00 far as it goes Is something -' this thing that, red pottage there, and bast..Lrk.for our ...,.s....... I IURG l\: .', .
less even than half the truth not an ethereal unsubstantial thing . EanmfiiAttj__ >icit Orft Fran. A'TOCIC LOMBARD Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. ,
and that.though hehereandelsewhere llke a birthright What is the good -- --.-- Ad Hictisioad.Vs. Pm ...N.CoI
? Binned and was punished through all of it if we die and we are like to die THE WAY $20.I rOlldJr, Mukbi .ai fti!.Writ nl Supsebvt) .,, I ', J. Norfolk.Va. . Char.I S.CVB ,

,arts' life for his subtlety and selfishness If we do not fret this gratification the BEST .INVEST AUGUSTA, OA.At3 iI' .'.,. Columbia.8.CAduta.Ot.. M.m..+ Md.Colat {
-' yet he wasnot the monster of unbroth- senses demand.. In tho'Infatuation of liow* bn .U tnv tment miiy bane. ; cY I hhGa. Mst..ryAb.>u.0s.

erly malice merely which this scene appetite all else seems small In comparison -, yon L.argM Inroine.BloomH.ld.'A"d.AMERICA...Indiana."Tie .' ( -'O8)) I u.........T_
might suggest, and tbat'he had qual-! ; the birthright la a poor thing POnT COMPA.NT.) Shrani.crt.Lt. 1
'itles of heart compared with the red pottage.It ) -
i and spirit which made .. ,
I it Inevitable-that be, and not Ksau. li the distortion of vision which best 'way to get rid:of a bad: ./ e. ... '- -5 !

'j 7 C should be chosen for the line of God's passion produces, exaggeration of law Is to enforce It," Oen. Grant ones WRKHSSTSItHunting : ::0

Ii.' I ',')I'lIrp08e. Our subject Is Bsau and his the present' which temptation creates said. 'I I 'liA'I .1
malting the small look like the + ..
t weakness and tall In the presence of great 4 ...
his overmastering temptation. and discrediting the value of the ,**" "' 1
Esau's thing lost. The ,,1.ld. lurid description How's This? _
i. good qualities
; are very evident ,,
% ,.being of the kind easily''',recog in the Proverbs of the young /IWe offer One Hundred Dollars, Reward g, 'i- t
.1 nized and easily popular man. void of understanding, snaredin for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be ,MV'' d r
among .1 L
men /hem
cured br Utll'a Catarrh Curs.P.J. aii
the street by the strange woman,
Ith. typical sportsman "who .1. only a 'J
;. sportsman gives both these elements of the effect _'::1. CHKITST *O>i,Toledo O. .
;: bold and frank and free I we. the nnderaigaed have known F. J. .
land generous, wlth'no Intricacies of of passion-the weak surrender Cbencjr. tb. last 15 years, and be ,n 4t ,
i' character Impulsive and capable of to impulse and the'distortlon.of vision him pcrftctly- honorable in all buainwatranaaotian. "

!tanagnanimlty,' the ,very opposite of "which' blinds to the.real value of and financially able to carryout ____ XXA. 1J'2'm' THAT WILL SAX* G3*s ota s Cr4 1'' i.l
;i. ;the prudent dexterous: nimble man "what Is given up for the gratification: any obligation made by his firm.
of affairs rather reckless Indeed and "He goeth straightway as an ox: goeth .\VAU>UIO. KKtiTAifAlAavin, .Whole AA'i
sale Drua...., Toledo O. :1
,ibot-blooded and passionate His ylr7'taes to tbe slaughter, till a dart strikes .l
Eall'sCaUrrh taken int rnallyset-
through his livers a bird hasteth .F4
are already, we sea danrrerously IncdiredJ the blood and ,
upon mucuoiu surfaces
'*f. near to being vices. to the snare and knoweth not that of the At
Being largely system. Testimonials sent rl'riee.1 *. 1
'f 'a creature of Impulse he was. In a 'It Is for his life. o. per bottle. Sold by all\DntniI18.
i crisis the mere plaything of animal But It Is not merelylack of self- 3'ake Hal!'. family Fills for ooaatipatma.
'passion' read to satisfy his desire control which Esau' displays by the
without thought' of question bf our text. It Is also lack '-4 _' r.-I.3"F CltarlMtM Imm> Brnderaon's Bsrlr .
selt-control, without consequences.Without. splr.ttual of appreciation of spiritual values.In It stems hardly worth while for w bWii 'I'7Po Wake6e14 ___ INeetatdt aoo w[

j- Insight, 'without capacity even a vague way he knew that the the Philadelphia Press to complain I am located on one of the Sea Islands of South Carolina,oar climate mflcl. ".

2t0 know what spiritual issues were birthright meant a religious blessing list the new $20 gold coins ", oa.t just aaffielent cold to harden and CUM plants to stand sever freezing after
R judging things by Immediate /profit and In the grip et his temptation that 'stack they will. Ot the 'contributionbox qttltisr cut ta tits..*> If*.**'*...f( ..,
'and material advantage looked to him as purely a sentiment, uuf/ovrrloM.. CsPritcaSiwctal 1.&IOO..ooa. 1.000CCAata Lir11.OWesO_...l.4S .
there.wasnot all
not to be seriously considered right,. .fle .oaiiu..tai. S3H7 -'__lID
as ona '
S In him depth of nature I Irtk.wlaelar.ratlet.tat It<
out i of *. W. TO V Ia1RfM. Neat Brow .
A Which a really noble character could par with a material advantage. ........o.Pet.y ..c. ...__....................L +,
This The profane man tbe .lICalar.mall, Taylor hei oko.Remedyor.weetOem :
//be cut. damning lack ,of self-
ontrolcomes out In the of may? not be Juiit a creature of..1m- .... Mullen .. Na&UN'SCN&' r m" From the ten different
'b passage pulse; he may have his impulses in dy-fluws Coughs] Colds Croup and Consumption ; i
"C }our text the transaction of.the birth- Winchester repeaters
sod all throat and luna troubles.At .
_.4 good: control but he has no plaell.for'wbat .
-right. Coming from the
hunt .
hungryand drogglsU. 60o and elate lto tI..
: per
'{ faint be finds Jacob cooking Is unseen. lie asks. naturally you can surely select a Wi ttersmifh i'

t {pottage of lentils and asks for It. The What shall It profit Men 'who rifle adapted for hunting Ala rt
sting of ungovernable makes Judge by the eye by. material returns Many a nan's eo-called IndependenceIs MILL eRAtt

'.':hIm feel as If he would appetite die U he did only1who; are frankly'secular, nothing- 'but...'contrariness. your favorite same be ( 'C.fIILL\TONIC\ :: t'
think themselves( great Judges of
mot get it. Jacob takes advantage of it, squirrels or grizzly ?' : -- .

,y '')tils barter brother's his dish appetite of pottage and for.offers Esau's to profit much;pf and a birthright they, too "If would It meant not make only i I SINKS AND DRAINS A FREQUENT , I I bears. No matter ? s .' '-Cures. > CMHaMalarial ask": ;t...... ;"IN w'tek.I: basNdlww=t ..I 1'1 rf

"' birthright;: :? something sentimental,as they would CAUSE OF TYPHOID which model select atd.M habit ram,=. .t r\
you a '
; Tnere be more superstition call it. The real and not the Ideal.. .., Y Fever ao.. .m': a a .... 'i 1 ItT
k" la the would both of them tbe actual.and not the visionary. the you can count'on its .. . ,.
as to the # .
t !lvalue-otnd the birthright. Both of thing seen, and not the; thing unseen Purify 'These and You Will Be SafeFrom being, well made accurate 'deN ... 'L ''r'i > 'ilPee..a.n'f:. :: F.l

-they would not more'than.Egan ,
.th.m.valued it as a vague'advantage hesitate Contagion Disinfecting
,v ocarrylng with it a religions'worth.tout over the choice between the, the Only Pre"veataUveBore, a and reliable.i, '
'-' It, meant nothing tangible and pottage and the birthright: They \ j"' ''ABBAGE PLANTS:
; Simple, Safe aad Bare Method., ,
j" .111.... was Ksau's temptation; terribly Judge by substspee and do not understand ,' ", \ SBJDOT. WIMCBCSTtk CAITKJDGESin ; : :
: ' oDe to a man of his fiber. He was about the faith which Is the How" to beep'our homes clean,sweet W
,, .t.' angry, ana( before his fierce desirer substance of things. hoped for, the and tre.-trom Influences aotisAvery Our pi.pis are all OaOWsl >IIOIi :; -r+
.- II# r the food actually before him such evidence of things not seen germ ,1s a. OF SBB0LaadltMr \ : trig I .NBT OUB OBOP 150*.
t.!"' is thing as a prospective; right of birth How easy It li for all of us to drift question., YarMWaLT /....1' . .
Into the class of the profane the secular OHABLK9TOH WAIITIRLD'about ts. 4.
laeemed an ethereal thing of no rest While there is no occasion ''for'alarm .
Hedlorn earl aid SboitSissaLM
t variMlcs we tare euoomslos. a ),
Esau, to have
persons our
l1L .lvalue.\ If he thought of any spiritual spiritual sensibility to ,Jose; always 'well to-be forearmed -' Flat Dote:.' P(40M as follow. 1.OUO io B.OOO. SlI0sV.i I......
' AJflrllego the birthright might be supaa. things B.OOO to; 1O.OOO and apwards *>t.OO TTMS* ''-
'posed to. confer It "was only to diecnIue our appreciation. Sf unseen to o4.the theory'that "An Ounce &' Company plants are all grown Bear salt water aadViwUl stand ems ..$'
t } thought as not worth con- be so taken up with the means. *>f living ot Prevention Is Better Than a Pound without Injaty., Tills CAKR-UARtyroz: % l;0., sfeBJc.tts7OHCN ,
ldering.-{ .Spiritual values bad not aifclgb that we forget life Itself and the BU CKSSOR) TO '- --:0: . ,j..
things that alon. give''it securityand of Cur.," and no ounce of preventionhai ; ,-
place ifs standard of things I. ,AVERY: U.J.
."He could not be unaware of the ma- "dignity I Yew easy-: "when soul ret been.discovered that Is moresimple'more ,,
advantages the "wars with sense, to depreciate everything : B1.BS, South Forsyth ilL, Atlantaaa..ALL .
/orlal possession of direct
and more effective :.
'.'> birthright would one day, mean.He'mn.t"bave'known that la bey:: on 4 sense.and let tie KINDS OF-,
S that It, Whole-moral ten be relaxed! There yet harmless. to the human system
,. 'was Is much CAvIss fpr the apostle to warn MACHINERYReliable ",-.
iajethlng/: to' be: recognlse'd: as tile than 3orar.' '
ns to. "lek diligently lest there be
.;MeldVst son, "with special rights of In- Borax has bean knows and used forgeneratlone \
'iteritanceand.precedene: *and auth.r among i us any profane person as _
'lIt,. otter, his father's'death. These Esau': who for one morsel of meat u a purifier and prsven.. I, .t aY0a AT all k' i
sold his ." FOrt trY.""
birthright.We. .. tin '
things were real enough to Him. even against epidemic Influences originating I ;
hough he might hare no notion of a1IS..per too can despise our birthright . ,wOrS.WOMCM. MISSES AND CMILONCN.eiirfittii t yr X
by living far Jutlow our.privilegesand from>uncleanly conditions resulting V '
meaning In being the heir of 'JliJ- =
.Gt ,, 'appetite1 even these temporal sdvstttttage a We pave our birthright as drains, and "whenused, a.i. hot solution .N- ..,. 'IMJ "., ., tholP-e ...
sons of God born to an inheritance = ,.. .. '
"were too distant to weigh muck; : ,-p. "" -. -, . '
jtta AI 'jOID& )heirs: with Christ. .We belong.'by in the proportion 'of two" tablespoonfuls .._e# 1&"a'- tIt_.Wr.ddnr. -
the presence of Immediate satl.fao.'tionr I:,Ito....,,,'_"-.y,. _' : .
essential not to the
; JHi a' distant appeared shadowy nature :to 'a' gallon' of .hot "water PrW
l1' L Di All
DOlatal S'Ud S5 lI1oa. Gimlet tqalltd'Ai ,
kingdom, but to the kingdom '
fi'N and tnreal and not "worth sacrificing of heaven; and when forget it and 'juab84 .throU'l'h. the' offending locations "AVT1."'. W BBtLd_ale........_..... __ ........t" t +
we .,
N !present enjoyment for. He feels he ,4601"Z YM '.- a1oe.Wkllc.ia, \".
;Is die, u a man of his type live only 'with reference to the thlDgS'of remo.... every.traee, . of diseasegerms =: :;- = _' r -- ...:.-
> ;is always" ) sure he will die If he dees.not sense and time: we are disinherit and renders the pipes'clean '

.. .: get what., he" wants>viwhen the lug ourselves as Ksau .did. The secular and -'wholesome.Boru 'Frick Engines., Boilers, all BUCOCVtslOM: (d
t, passion Is on him; and supposingJ ; temptationstrikes"a! "weak spot Sizes., 'Wheat Separators EIt1J iemtjl'
q .be doeS die. !It '"will be poor'eonsolatlon in all'Of us, tuggestlag that the spiritual , In addition to'Its hygienic Urn TIM
+ '\ life.God's love and"- holiness WlltARD :r.u.e ,-
that he did not. barter this -household'necessity .
qualities, sa ,
s t 'Intangible and shadowy blessing of the kingdom of heave and Hisrighteounness. WAKEFIELO KarI1l .11..4. i it
,' the tire of faith and. and be ,used for numberless, do-
his prayer call. .
birthright. "Behold 1 am at the ..... ,.....,
", "polirt to'die' ; and what' profitshall: and <<:eomraUBloa, are- dim and .shadow -' mestic'purposes.' It softens_ the "water,' W 1 OAMr, . .. .
? things, as is a land that Is very! '
< ,ibis irtbrlght do
to .
t. me" 4 makes- linen .da.IUnc"'Wb'lt.' ., "will 'fOR:
: far off. shall this birthright
.: The Bible 'writers speak et Esau "What profit, -. CABBAGE PLANTSIAaTOiNMT .
do to msT"' 'cleanse kitchen
always with-a certain contempt and SAlIl:

;wIth all. our appreciation! Of his good What. shall it prefitT1 seems a ease or dining"room and make !t bright, BEST IMPROVED ......
;' and'sensible. quaetlen.. to be considered .J11LLON: .EAKIH. ANNUAL. TOUR around' tne world with say ol tbe so t ham
I natural his
dualities, courage' and In a businesslike- fashion. Itfethe.rtgbt will prevent moths, ooften and "whiten Large Engines .nd. Boilers Air Grows Cabbage Plants at the lollewlaig prlooo, via 1,00 teS.aoOatSl.Mror.tsmissndtl.OOOIot.OOv '
and good humor, we cra- supplied at Ds. F.O. BvUOKrvtt '
; tM slier| 10,000 or nor ;
o/;3 elp sharing in thecontempt, question to ask: but it remove dandruff and cleanse promptly. Shingle I Mills.. Corn Mills; a C. All!orders proopOy flllod and oaU.lsoUos irearaaUoa. AA tatprloos .J

1'r ; .rTbe man who has no self-control has cation.a wider What. scope sad tQ another of appli', the scalp, and for cleansing and sterilising Circular: ..-,.. TeethP-atsnt; Dogs,' OB O.COI .100.000.. Cash aoootapaaylag all orders *t they' will go O. 0. A, .

y ','of:i.who' the is moment swept away whose by life every Is bounded passion, tags.'if I lose my profit birthright mess What pot. baby's milk bottle and nipple Steam O'overnors'Full (line.EnClI n.a A .... Address B. L. COX. Ethel S. C.:;Box :8.$150OQ .
Mill Supplies. Send for
\u free .
profit the 1II0De1iU.cratUIcatl2a Catalogue.SlmpklnVprellflo .
f ; >y4fense; who has ao appreciation et .has no equal. ',
th r higher, and forger things ' of even imperious; passion, if "we1 are I .
S for eelt-eontrol--tha. man,/is, resigning our true life and losing the Borax- unlike eveqother cleanser. : .OR S: 1, } .
'after all.'only. superior sort et s; ltnal clear vision and the pure heart Sand disinfectant,' t. absolut.l, baPlnI. .CONSTIPATION

.'and not,always so very supnltfr What prefitto nan only, provision ... to the system, and Is .safe simple, 'CotTon . ,
fof the of the flesh m Sud Tie .sVa'w'
flesh. If
1 : The we reap most eomplets .).MillIrwlItU ;
at that. author of the BpUtte: t* .economical, and can be purchased at '
r theHebrews calls Esau: ". pYofam ; but' -corrupt Jo at What ?proftt t'tb. druggist A' nea_ .. Ibe uKI.e'! bus Is earlier \ tao South ra natl. Is so distressing,jet,tv>
any or grocery. dainty,
r '.person who for one taorserot mat easy stfU-indalreaM, It "we'are. barter by. 10 days sad bulls larger .ol gives Easily Cured ..
old .. his blrthrlsht."Profane"' fog peee and love and holiness andS took la' colors called the "Jingle.Book. muck larger :wieldboth I. the field Qainesvilie Iron Works tUtyou

means ,not blasphemous, but stnrpiyecular. "? ','What Shall It profit a'maa if .will be sent tree to any' Mother .ad.! the C,.. Tho perlorlty of ibis p.Qalne. Qa.JWsy sees :regrjtsrlyParsons 5
III.. .
eo.ehtsl.rfeetr.oe .
he gala the-whole "world (and not ".&toa over s U others
a'man Woo; Is net touched 'to I; merely, eOntenu>tfbe! mess of'' pot-: ending name and address of her baby' estrllaoss ndliosirjr fr.itl.g.Makes .
rluoetCTJudglnir thtags ley coarssthly tag)and loss his oft soul?" What I and tops fr'om: two' one-pound cartons tos>s> limbs which come .ut at CURUOivec '
, standards, without splrrrualplratlomor fa the insistence- of "fcg-Ifule ''I'.alD.oru'ith" bein' aroKiad, dross joists and '...11 seedKlrlog .., Pills'r: ,
" pro ;.I'. appetite cy,
Insight, feel fax fltIrT 4O ortglaatodtbUeottoa
perce.t.lids. ,
I ting of flesh k.enly"but "with set ..$.go lika.eaa; ta the slaughter\ stamps.' Address Paclflo'Coast Borer by .'' careful eolootlo ofstalks t .r '
ng otsoul, toward Gods : 1301d'..1Id knowing! aet that Ik is: for their,lifer 'Co New York.. .' !. a ffl.M ef 'Ktng'a Ie ..........*' Relief. JMSl bat can .. ...... I .
."Thus:; Jel.' rprie l'II.Ia birthright"Thar ,. 1r.reaig.aegl.8O'per bushel or.STO t I' jttmitmtt aU_m.Ir.t ie stets < ;hit t>s .. stows w,-.. \ ,0I. -
nT.and- and 'with .....
generous .Tlendlcl s I cSocte t>m*+nat nr* .
SScsfalsv ...
hutahol V Cold
b7 tnr sfCI. .
bushels. e1' avoro at at per : ya. r
constitutional'vtrtTies he may .' It'makes a difference "whether people .,O ,oloi soo> UIUMUntnt.li7iiifTT I. .... .. ... .
3 : : but the, man htmseat 'lacks snsiblllty **& )(0,.. w*' A.\SIMPKINS;.Ar:: <1 .Mathlmrc ii be fairer, JOHNSON CO.. ..-- ; ?
.. .
.. .
'I to the highest motives el One, we a0 ''tateV it.'took'' one- key, things or' do them/' "+'.:w:-... ..........._LP.W er aoa kneea ID real.lgt.. X.ei.: _ Writ..t Or.. *Boa. .. .-..n..Sons.8socls ...**" t ..
? x- He. I* easily bent by'every wladfiriTiglae.'and sermoa t6->> convert SOOO souls; now'wlthpas de- it'tskes SOOO sere, to convert one. i1 arG

' animal appetite. HelaNeapstjnkness soul._Rffv.. T, j-Vlllers";; Baptist,.Ins' f>

Sot I esplsing the Intaaglbls twb-, dlans-polis:" ' ..
of ucb'a.thing....'a' bfrthrfgWi' LaCreole' Will Restore those Gray Hairs

. bough J1. feel/it/ tob; a holy Bow Bed Jmia'es.I ; ? .

. because ''AAbrotakne, ; "wiUntwao: Bod' nt.Bfrsd. :, avfeoatavs he IrtA Ha Sit* Judge merfby.

.... .H..u,,' Is,"Ore la*.' 18'M 'er .... ft.-'b. :'rtllktgerbcoood-. 'P 'ifct D Price $ I.WI )
i New 'i "
TwstsmonU: II.
wt ., r ,, -

i. \ S V.0 .... .10., S' .. 5.1
x .
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'Ii ... '
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0" Wi. ) .
+ yr '. r ... -"i: ." ,,"".!'. ,.;" ', ; ... ?i\(

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I II JJIF I I I (uad'N a ,

M'w.ii' ':very' few,, Changes'' from' 'the. .pre. '

_ J Jy I' season, Cattle ass "rule, ,fc;are. doing" well, I: ,- .' r. '

PROM VHITTIER. only losses thus far 'reported having (i. A./.CAIt5ON' JOAN K.1LDa" #.-.. A. TZ. 8f ( ,r

t" ;; bean occasioned by _theirbogging .thwtea}; Tbr P rrNbat. '
,r' ;,'I: . : while la March of 'water. ,'J I ....... ... '**,"*H i
,.oO Our county commissioner failed to S State' Bank of. Kfs h
'II"' .., ......****.*.***J Una********: appropriate for the benefit' of the ; : : "

:;- 'The call or'. resumption of Items this State to Fair/andour have been a'Mtieens wise trolley believe, Klasltnmee. ,' Fa.PAID | on : Goods '

from this communityhas Impressedbur This and other luxuries will have
oUi. "'>ns with a realisation\ their. to be dispensed with so long as our Ul .: A '110 i ... '

ownlwportanoeaod caused .then. to tax payers are compelled to support. It'l'O uoLDale11Aa1LITT. '

1 be little eKOllatlcal and O I. C. so many' other Institutions without omeosiTOis BCI).ITV.. ... ... too ; -. \ .
a take the lead special' tax aid. shouldreceive -...,..._._..---.-------........ --
has been Induced to vp There are other items whicb .
'feOCl1aDd the door which' ,bide. attention but space forbid Prompt and Careful Attaatlosi giver to a*, : Ladies' Goods '
open O, I. C. treated to ..., BxctiaMB good at all polsta '
us from:the ouulde" world ret... -
Our C\t.IMDI generally are enjoying -- ---- .YOUR, BUSINESS $ *
moderate health. Bad colds are the. ft y Men's Goods'Girls' ; .
only disease and if there. was ever should baby.ull'er- ? When he .
aoythloir rood In this(. complaint' de- I. fretful your and restless, dou'fc .experi & "
''ponent. knoweth.. it not., meet on him and use any old. thing. \ 6pds<;
U enjoying a bust- recommends. Buy a I" ,
'. The Emporium your pelghbor -- "
+ lies season of more than usual actUHv -- bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge Qoo : '
the fur' trade being eucrtpous. greatest. known worm medicine, and v Boy's .s r
The small ofopniade during ttoe last cure lor' all children's dlsea eH.' It Is City B ( ,
season has caused very many of our mild in Its action builds up the system ; :I. "I r
people to become trappers and ,hunters makes thin. puny babies fat.' r
which produces an extensive bar Mrs J. C. Smith. Tampa. Fla., .. l' ;
ter trade preventing tnat stagnation in writes;, "My baby "as" thin and sick Suitable:
for <
business common in a country like lv..could not retaln-lti fond and cried Gifts'N.r
this durloi the winter.. all night.. 1used one bottle/ White'sCream .
Mrs. Cason brought In a number of Vermifuge and in a few days v\ GOOD : ,
furs during the past week, fourteen1 baby was laughing, happy, and well." '
__ number I. Sold bv Roberson's l'haranscy.: all times.Katz.: ' "fj
\f .. bet-.. amen.. the Jj1w :,
A .Tbe'real estate market Is aotnewhatInflated. - .',"
. Uuyers are somewhat off on BREAD ,
account of the extreme .strinyencr ,
In financial affairs. NUBIAN TEA r-- '
the hoot Is progressive. Prof. lYi CUi Don't fail to ,,

Hubbard has had a fair attendance In t> .... Fresh Candy: and .
his department since reopening after i k 1 yet them. '' .
: I.
in do- ,1. \
the holidays Prof.'Alderman: 1

tngwell In his room, and hal becomean r'f. t Fine ., i ,,
attain :
official In po&toflloe
where bis expert jjentiemanly demeanor; Keeps Fancy, Cakes and . ,,'Ai,
special favorite with the ''; .'
makes him a
Paint and Paper Order ; "
patrons., t j You Well your \J.
The Sunday-school baa, t believe, ly 25c per pound.
+ died a natural death for the lack of ? Improve and protect your house.I ;
Interest. ; By some mean our cityIs will be {pleased to bring my 1007 We have Heinz' -
Y out of joint Citizen Arch's absence sam plS e house and Sweet and Sour. ,
seems to have a chilling effect: and ti' It is an make any suggestions In the. latest Coast Line Y
.we are almost at a loss just. bow to decorations that you gray desire. .Butter and : c J. l .
manage without his advice and couo u Ideal Drop me a card and I will cheerfully the'best on the ,

eel. .. .; furnish estimates on paper -'- '
The 1'itrlarch'sWl lingers ..aroundthe ylyrrou aDd painting. : : : : : : : Headquarters ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED .:";:' 9

camp fires of the KUilmmeelte, A Remedy for Fancy Fruits. I '
and John seems w have forgotten us. iRN and FJorJ(1u',8pcclaI'JAND ,
LEO11E '
The oranges on the Orawdy planta- ; A. BA11 E1fORLANDO. Limited"A "
tbe tree. Constipation -
,Lion are most. of them still on n... GIVE..US

I them no disposition so far as having tbe market been made U concerned 'of "eortenn..a.rmoT" "tuur> FLORIDA 4Chicaigo and Florida ::11;

- -
We had a heavy raid last Saturday ''JDhYSFduUeDKteIaIMD[ i Vestibule Trains, Steam Heated and Electric Lightedf\ < (; ,t
to Indicate Indigestion DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN '
and present appearances seem : "
will be thoroughly P !I'
that the ground .,; ,.1,
wet before the discontinuance Bilious- Specialist-Eve, ,Ear -ALSO-- _.
of the present season. Our,Democratic i.., .:.)
rooster and his numerous wives T t Nose and Throat...... "
tbe -
are tn an eontacy of delight over ness andDyspepsia. {

'"t swamp prevailing has a prospects.full, crop Our of inner beautiful fowl' .. YO'RKWD: N FLORIDA D-- EXPRE E. A' S,
of a decrease ee.t.rf .
comforts with no prospect I
American! National
Private Hosoital
' srtxaacuaeca '
In quantity, w., r >, ..
.Politics assarting. \ unusual pro Bank Building Tampa, "DIXIE FLYER', and"MONTGOMERY .r
portions. Four candidates I for '.
commissioner one for repre Florida. T
county ROUTE"
.entatlve,'and several desire come It Is good for tlle'Llver, Kidneys, Stomach If you are .
la on the board of education,' and if ,Bowel and Blood. '
there is any truth In Dame Rumor's! It take the place of calomel and leaves Buffet Sleeping Cars to New York .Chicago, St. Look. ,"'< I
report KissUnmee b. 'her share of no bad after effect Intermediate Ppints. ;1PULLMAN \
'? expectant*.. It is needed in the Spring Summer W.LWINN'I i iPHXMIOIAK 'tI' having your I )-
We had supposed that the wets I Fall and Winter. by Ilea, Women analChildren. '
their chaooe thin ? '
would code out .
e year, but it seems as if the last drive ItUextrenelr. paatablveo! child.. and want u ) -
.to cover lection bad settled the afIfalr. like it. Buy a bottle from .---. ... sa.rra.wr..r ...., reservations. or Information call on nearest Atlantic. Coast .c t
.. .
Jtfot' wishing to sound note of -a9.Dft. -- ., or' :.(,
alarm for either aide, will not furnish at a re 8 I'J
fuel for eombu.tionbut. was de- Rotercon's Pharmacy Ji W. SIMPSON T. P. A. TAMPA, FLA J. O. KIRKLAND, D. P, A.. \.:
any cldedlr of the opinion that we were to O.;P,. Ai WiLMINQTOM.'N._ C. W, CRAIG, P,T. M.;. ',

be entertained b, an argumentative +\. K3SMMMBB.:FLA.: DENTIST. fail to see nie. ; .
exhibit that would put the State Fair .
In the background. Whittier voter -. .--- pfJSce oer Osceola Pharmacy,, 10*r*

: were open to conviction. TbeNr were Citation of Administration. OFFICE Uouas" j t 9 a. m.'to' 12 _. -* AT CASH STORE ,i r
only) three wet..otea la this precinct, r 1:30: to 650: m.
Over oonfdenoe 1.0..17 Jodsv'ii Court>I By the Cantitr Jude*
th.lwt-election. '
Telephone No.6
at alIlit o...OovnLr. Florid. ) rf Mid Coantr.W .. Jun 6, lyre I
caused Our ant.l.ftrohlbtUODIIU fcO >....Walter....Sr.'Mol. .. UiU .
---- --" = - '
low the county to go by default., As.this. THEO: G. H yd. '." Pictures and Picture .Frames Sol 1
..vent.wloae Coat for a-. of AdmlnMMtfaa the wtatoctTfaMBMB.4MMMl.ktt a4c.6aiull:+acaBuAclk: per ,. ...
U the year'tor great
enough withoutta *'vt Mid r 40 in. wide, 15c per yd. k> 35c. , 1
all have voHas;
., o.e..aa. M. TILLER __, "
.UD. be r.l4vstrengt h of these "%. .....taw foN:to" .IUII sand f ........... aft in. wide, worth' 20o,> sells. Spool. Thread at.4c.V :1''
.wo pMtfes,.' aad as/' our dry friends ..d the. klndnd ... arMUtan, of mUd \ ,,'.. ', "!'J.,rJitV::" '' jlo. ," '. . .'P; .
have not-been as ,evere' as report : Real Estate Agency. L.H.OOHOO : : :" .,' ." .'t':"'li:) .I, J;>\llI'J' : Ladles!Union'Suite at 11.1>0. :-" 't
talxandcppMr bafor this Court. ;$
them credit for,>wlll withdraw Pants, worth $2.60, sell : :..
kve ...,... : ,
complaint previously mad -and kdarM Fobroarr,A. D.108.and ''M.aaN =:- : Good Door Lock: with two keys .., _
our ....blr u..i. If tb.y Iwv to the S
any =
eel human that famllr Iam-only liable like to the of.the It. the serve win bUM Realty;bought :;;sold. ORLANDO ,Pants,) worth l.fiO'.) ), sell at ONlce. suit.a'cloib... worth. 114, at $10. ; t;. ,r
however, appear a trifle unjustthat ta.a.d r pared.wlaw Housas "rented. .. ,
does Pots
M- County. JodrfoT' the. One-gallon Coffee ffo st 16o; :" ,
we should be compelled to' ,build at..........tails its dw of '.._1MB. Taxes paid and Titles verified .., worth' $1.75. sell at "
>R up Yanceedom with our spare dollars the W.R.IORNSl'OH_ ) for non-residents. t We earn a. full New Dress Goods from l15 to'E6c: ,< :./!' '

benefit and not of give them.our l'be Southern,law-dealers could be (8.d.) ..'......: Fire, Life and Accident Insurance t icines, Clears. '*. 'I',.

1i 5 I modified ,so that, dry counties could .- C :3itJZDIndemnity :t. Perfumes and Toilet : will, find Bargains. In ShoesEvery ' '
_ i, purchase only ID'our' own. 'State It Notice- for Settlement,.and Final 4 Bonds.] .. Our' stock I* new, i:;.
'would be a different,,' affal,. Your : ,
_ + correspondent is a ataM'a rights supporter . trarabrsiv Discharge.. t.n..r..___.____ ... and Prescriptions our prices right. Day'' in't4e' Week. '
who NotkMta **t8 aIt..t-) raw'eon. .
In cases' of this kind one .. < T .
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.believes that Loyalty to State Is one of ewe nMtks tom At dU I wl4 prMrat; fully compounded. 7 ,
8 the first law. of nature and while to I lay a e.aU mitt vuuukmm totfa. .Courty Judge ofUMCwratrof When {n Orlando .
Owswla and sate o( Florida at his
the.utmost and defend of his the power constitution be would protect theUalte& .mo.. I. '..._City; for.r..iln.Hoo and .... BenedictaA will treat you right. GA;

decidedly I believe.that pe eel aad.k for a a.1 dlaeham aa Adminlrtear Mall orders(given
shouldreceive 116 the r..aof Tbon..all.\ ., <<--.. '
the State of hi adoption
all the financial aid th..t. .1" :J W. MILLER.AdmUitotntor.. WOMAN'S MfDla E'
5, citizens can bestow upon it. The Idea No.:23 W.CY.rsh8t :
t and* other 8.-11.1'10' ;. .p'17 u
of purchasing ID Chicago .
r northern elites that which our own cities .. ? ..Jo
furnish does not appear, to be
Item can Of 'political economy. But THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINEEWHiiA Do'YOU SUma the nit of womanhood
an ,
may women do saner T Do.ou
modern 'politic. ha I Introduced' so
want to g.t well without the utoewltrof
'many la present day cap rri atiand 1uiaitri
that.' the:I original O.O,.P.. : IJ&IDtaI.UOOa emb.raa.tngOonsDltaUoa.p bivlet
Do want to take
bstdly TOO a r
be recognised.
grinding bas been again in or ( remedr. right Into sour homo
the past week:, but there .Irrigation: \
to be no indication of a sec BENEDICTA
boiling so that our people are Is one'of the most Impoftartf \
: subject In Florida.
In contact. with the U a "Woman's Medicine." A prescription
.the come English; commander at of a physician who made the study of ro, The-cost of making arid lands produce is so'Iman com

.. _I. Plsaases his syaelalty. It was ns dsaeeesfrallrnybtta to' the1 great results! that Irrigation plants are within, Ii
.' Paradise has been tres- in bis praaUc. It has reach of every farmer.
heavily durloi the boon used soooowfollj by tluxuands of 5,1 'e,
pretty us know how of land
many acres arid you have and
I and It .In expected that re women during the many yan staov FroSTMSlve we' -
follow. physicians have also found Ita" plan".mhodylng the necessary! requirements for making your')><'

1s taking a week'. rest able assistant,whsa avoidBCNEDICTA' : th'e. We have the exact plant'you nrfd, and .....ileUm. ,
I'I'gdvaota 1 supoosed that., Monday next aa operation. '- from us will save
you money.
It again la operation. a .; J H. |IED also sell Marine Engines, Motor float Supplies, '
generally' have taken .. .. Pipes Fittings! ; ( N
j ; .* of opportunities and our U a"vegetable ...-. .. It U' made from for beautiful illustrated, catalog No 24

committee. .' ; roots' herbs cud barks known to possess .
de Delilah has had' Its propcrttos walob hav*a woaderfal eoratlr and
winter tourists and the hostess .. and toaM eaeot: npon the foaoata or....and WATCH Florida Gas Engine Supply Co '
'able assistant .bare been .nervous,..... Without naeaUoalns. t.1w
A many forma of female troubles that women Call and 'see' mr TAMPA t'r.ofn "'

regular .ulT.r.w*say that there Is no trouble of this Old Watches '. .
we have enjoyed a -y..t.__.. .
enough kind that sss.dkla will ROt ImmedlaUly..* _.."",
winter with ur" ment on N
cold to create a 'iwr ,. ,
( tbat old winter, is here.. Thethermometer "' I' # .f.),;
lets thin morning was at 68 u ..u..Vlbftu.r h" S ., WlLLSON:
KRfI.B.B r
J Is prepared earsf ', and Any article of ( ( | J. ,
L +'4 degrees.. _.. Alarmist .declare that a tW lie.Le'dwrw.. ally sclaatlfloally ,, ,. '. .
with tae consclo Of the '
', : .. ,freeze,which 1* &.o'.oome' In February ..MMPAJfTr < responsibility ,dered ul>on -AT-IAW. (NOTARY' Pu. .)' '
&.' lb.freeae. TMt .1.MM 11..11&I. of alTlna-to saHnn women nsmady that nc;,..' 1.
a sever of,Januarybet. o.engw-' will not only be bu.AOcalbut also. LAMOK. $ J
predicted harmless ,House= -l J STATE AT oS-
: 2I8t.b \ Court KI-:
'Van. .......cMquality _..........n..c
_ IN'OyecJ.och aa Ignominious failure0S ) ,.but the. III.w.!-.._........., la daetII..0 aaalUr what may be (|Meoadltloa A. VANS Real Estate,Agent. '.1
birds f el the It. P Florida.., .
;,1 arc not certain that these Our iwwootr .*.*nm MM. womaa taking : : '. 1 I'
". .11I owed know 'an v. more.' about\ '.the said b7 .-........ ....... .. ;",sold at MM psrtmtUsv byRoterson's : > r KISSIMMEE; 'rLORiPA'Use r d
i ".. S' .. Pus e/aa .VuSttaford ] I AT' : I will be' .associated lo the C _____ ,_ ..:..c'I )
/ S''.' ,:11' dklai.raonreport I aM hides aaDI Pharmacy -1Anoa..y' 'I ... 'the law Arm 'of I old..pew. paper iVyour;: .'t'loleaDlne.
........ Ufrtu this jraar and asalwaya.niake Carson Graves:Mw { ;- '
.... 7 ample -' *. &: Warlowof, We sail them. at taUt ;.
y,,1 pro- Orlando 20o oer.hundred;;." "- "p" I ki :
...... for her productions we,are Ja- 'Co..Kl5&tafli.e! Hu. KISilMMEC. FL.A,4i (, ,,(
Offft... lF .... .belief tbak_tnar*' will toe? ....... >I ,( ,,- I IJ. "
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