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 24, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00317
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'WILL BRYAN'ROASTS'. .1 your "profound oont lbut.lon". mal of the yearbe wa%*' surprised to lined(I --- .. y _. ''! .

iciously critical of me..., OSCCOU WILL, HAVE I that be had fed and milked three cows .
The United States Government does that did not pay for the. feed given .
;. 'THE"OCA1A EDITOR not allow; me as a senator from FAIR. them... In addition to this, be was I
Florida any united States. Historiesto EXHIBIT AT THE out of pocket. by the labor necessary

send to myconstltuent If I were so to take care of these three'cows, as

Writes Open Letter calling Attention .. allowed I would send you one, but I well a* the use of the money Invested ,
ri respectfully reocommend that the next. W. L Van Ditzor Accepts ProfferedAid Id them. In other words, had he
to Editor frank Harris- time you undertake to, learnedly and milked only the seven best "cows. Instead I

lovingly discuss me, or any one else, from fair Ass'n and Begins of ten during the year,' be not Winter
Misstatements. from a historical standpoint,, you only would have had a greater
oall In some barefoot schoolboy not. Work on ziiibit.Mr. margin profit but he would have.

,A short time aero Editor Frank Har- exceeding twelve. years of age,and bt bad lets work to ido. The ...hlleoece..ar

I- if rli oopled In his Ocala Banner from a will give. you more correct Inform. .. W,, L. Van Duxor I Its ID receipt )' for keeping the record is
r .northern ,paper an alleged Interview -atloo ..banIU' have evidenced you of communication from president only a few minutes each day-about

with Senator Bryan. and made some possessed when,. )'ou'mounted the T. J. I.. Brown of the State. two or three minutes for each cow' ;
tripod to attack me.Fortunately This only amounts to a few cents a ,
caustic comment on same after Mr. Fair Association In which Mr; Brown
denial of made such the people of1 Floridaare day for a herd of leu or twenty cows.
Bryan's ,having( lovers offers on behalf of the Association to .
.. statements had ,been freely published sincere. ot lair'play and furnish $200-towards (providing- an
are not as although
w in the state press. : Ignorant nor exhibit to fill O oeola'. pace In the Plant Watermelons. "
you pride yourself on being the
,... Mr. bryan makes reply In the fol- feitor of the Florida Press fair building. demonstrated ,
are It I* fact that watermelon
Van Dutor has the.
) accepted .
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sowing letter. which calls the GoodsAT
open your brethren; In my judgment, so I I. one crop that never falls "
uncertain offer and has to work in earnestto :
In gone
Ocala editor down .
I nOf Inadequately equipped so illy Informed collect a creditable exhibit for In this section and that. as fine melonscan ?
tones:
nor so aoparentlr ready to be grown at as small cost a* anywhere ,
the county,.which be can do only with a
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Washington, D. C?Jan. H.II108. do ,
a
even man an injusticeas the aid and co-operation of our in the eountrv., Reallxlng this

lion. Frank E. Hsrrlt, Editor:: Ocala you evidently are. farmers and stock growers.. Tact a number of our progressive II .
Banner Ocala Fia. Yours.very truly, The fair is now less than too weeks farmers have decided to put in cropsof

;* Dear Sir: w, .J. BRYAN.A off, and U will require quick ,work melons ranging from five to twenty ... .".
V I write the following open and united effort' to put in the ex-. five acres and the prospects now are
t letter because you I do not know you well -Visit to Flemings Island.. hibit but If'all who are Interested In .hat the crop be will be so large that
bringing settlers to the county buyers cab Induced to come here
new
to know whether
.nou< you would have the fairness"to publish In honor of his niece Miss Russle will put their shoulders .to the wheel i and buy the melons on' board the
the same in your paper or not but Prather of Spartan burg, 8.Cwho It can be accomplished.The car at the depot, thus securing. a COST!
have concluded, from tour unfair and was here an a short visit, Mr. C. E. fair this year comes at a time I maximuiB-prlce at a minimum amountof

'widely oopled comment on my Incorrectly Franklin chartered the steamer when the State is filled with tourists trouble. :
quoted statements, that you Lillie last Saturday afternoon and and bomeseekers and when a treat Heretofore i\ has been unprofitable
: mar not do so. carried a merry party. of pleasure deal of good" can be accomplished, it, I to grow melons here because there
seekers across the Lake to Flemla<<'* therefore. behooves all ,patriotic was no local'market for them but If I
this for the
date have
i ,G't On seen Island. citizens Voiced their aid and help I all the 2'I'Ower/t/ will unite and each
first time! a copy of a recent editorialIn '' : plant as large an as .
: acreage practicable
Mr. Van Duzor
Leaving the at about two to get up just as
& the', Ocala Banner upon my apI Lillie r the market wm and
come the
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I>, to the United States Sent o'clock the In command of good an exhibit as It possible pro-
1. polntment and 3apt. Clay Johnson who knows just cure. With only 1200. K will be Impossible business. can be made a profitableone .
i by Governor' commenting Broward two. especially how to make all enjoy themselves on for blm to buy the neoesiaryproducts ; as has been done in. other sections : .,

( -"""_ I of upon mine loureditorial sup an occasion of Ibis kind made her for an exhibit, but he will of the State/. For ,
fI' posed statements Now Is the time to plant In orderto
way across to Cypress Island and dispose of all fruit sent him to the
\ credits too with saying. as '\ have the melons ready for early
then through the pass aroundParadise" best advantage and return. the pioceeds '
follows: to Mr. Fleming's wharf to the exhibitors.All market. "" .
t '''I am going; to make the 'people of on the west side of the Island. kinds of vegetable. and farm .

r ray state the beet. Senator any State. Here to the regret of all on board produce are desired as well an. anything To Establish Rural Route. Cash.Only .. .
.yarb....." Also 'Some day I shallbe hartjust
p we learned that Mr? Fleming else that will tend to advertisethe .
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the oldest Senator. ..left In his launch for town but resources of the count), A petition Is now being circulated
1 did) not make either of these two Ur. Downing, his obliging lieutenant Mr. Van Duior feels very. much encouraged In an effort to establish rural free ,
statements. 1 could not have said and manager was at home and met over the assistance already delivery mall route No. 1 for Osoeola
without an unimaginable change in us at the wharf. Mr. Franklin then promised him and thinks be will be county and tbe prospects ant that LJ
,.5my nature any such silly or senseless took occasion to expressto his able to make. very creditable showing the effort. will succeed. The requirements V
"'f. things. What 1 did- say was, that I guests his regrets( a finding Mr. for the County are that the signatures of one : ;
was going to do my best, devote .. hundred
1 .Fleming away from home but on behalf -- persons; who receive mail
,every power and. faculty of body and of his absent| !' friend tendered to living along a proposed route. not
d mind, to making the State of Floridaas them the privileges of the Island and The Dairy Rogue. exceeding 24 miles, be obtained.
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good a senator a. It was In my grove Tbe proposed route for which signatures _.... ... L '" ..----1.. ......,.....".........." ..,.a. .
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power; that the question was a mere The party then disembarked from are now being secured ran .. ...--...... ., '
incident and it was just a ,Question of the boat, and under the pilotage of 11Y JOHN M. 800TT. from Klsslmmee to Peghorn and :.
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time before I would be as old as any Mr. Franklin, was led up In front of thence across through St. Cloud and .... '\
body. I had nothing to say 'about (Florida' Agricultural Experiment .
Mr. Fleming's dwelling, to which the Partln settlement to Milliard's
w being the best senator ever seen, or be called attention. characterizing 'It Station. Press Bulletin Fo.. 74.) Island and Carrol'. still and then lit order to make ".

becoming the oldest senator. Mr. Fleming's "cage and calling The cow U the foundation that up back. to town.Postmaster.

t These statements were corrected by for a vote .. to whether In the opinion holds the whole dairy business. Success Van Ducor has thoroughly '. .
me in interviews tn Pensaoola on oraboutnllret. of those present the owner should or depends more on the cow than on Investigated the matter and e .
ti, of January, and In all should not secure a mate to share any other one point. Much of course says there 1s every reason to believe > "
Iv papers on or about his "cage" with him. The ;young depends on the. feed and care but the that the route will be established.PAINTING, oom ,for Spring Stock
II ar)', and In at least ladle., of whom there were a goodly best of feed and care will not make a .... ,

six northern papers since then number present, voted unanimously In profitable cow out of an unprofitable. .' '
i You state that. you have seen no the affirmative.. one. That. I., feed and care alone will I

p c contradiction or denial. I, do not The party was then piloted down not make a, cow that produce only all Winter Goods w lt"be'
know when your editorial was published !
through the magnificent orange grove 260 gallon of milk yield' 660 to 600 ,
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+ but If publishedsloo those with Its large spreading tree hanging gallon la the same length of time. '
dates the reason. that you did not nee with golden fruit. Judge (l. F. In other words, all cow are not rood

them must have been" that you did not, Parker! who had his kodak along, dairy animals, no matter what or bow 1 .
L want to se them.rtatbeoourse had the party. line up In the midst of much they are fed.' .A great deal depends sold at cost.. ,
o of jour edlt.orialyoll the and several shot the Individuality of each '" .
". grove snap upon. A j" : ;, '
N': the words, "fresh
use young .
were, taen.After animal. The feed consumed by some \ .
"youthful," seven times., Apparently about an hour, spent to cows goes to laving ton of t.... Asa ,. ? s1 !
therefore your objection to me Is walking around through the grove, general rule a cow that i Is sleek and Remember this sale '

t, because of my youthfu'.ness, or admiring Its beauty, and ,.Incidentally fat la a poor milker. On the other ,:'" '. ,, :,
freshness," as you in that. wiser freely partaking of the fruit thereof hand the animal that uses the larger ""J' \ '. -. " ,:,." ,, }.' > ;>t : >. ';.'
way of yours,' so characteristic. the party. returned to the boat and part. of the feed that it consume for ,,'.. '" ;- ''1.-, ,' oJ'' ',-': .>'i'. _" 'tr....,',
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define I.... sail home.Arriving .. milk I the most If of ," . "I: " ,,1"
set for production profitable yon are thinking "
Yo.at.ate. "So far as we kpOw'rabd at the dock Judge is for cash %
"so far aware" I havenever ".. only NOTHINGWILLBECHARGED (-: '
as we are. made Parker proposed a vote of thanks to tn selecting cows for the dairy, do : / ,\, ,
made speech or
any great r
profound contribution to Mr. Franklin and Capt. Clay Johnson not select so much for any particular having your house painted
any
any '
of for the very pleasant trip which breed except that they .should be I '
or periodicals on
'Aewspaper any
.the vexing questions_ or. absorbing. was" unanimously adopted.' from some of the dairy breeds. .It Is M i'

problems of the day It I* well that not necessary that they should be and want a first-class job

you" make frequent use of such expressions The Joyof highly bred animals v. :As a general .. ,
rule however the be.lT>red 'cow are
know" and .
a'"so
a* good
living Is to have health. Use '
r "so far as we are aware" because inthis : Uerbioe and you will have bushels of the. most profitable. Do. not, however forher 'at a reasonable price don't AT THESE PRICES' ('
by any means, keep s cow slmpl
editorial this' "profound .
fame JOY.| You need not be blue fretful I .. '
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pedigree, but rather on her Isdlvidual ,
,contribution" of in which you -
youra. and have that bad taste in your '
make, such frequent and unpleasantrefereooe } ,: mouth. Try a bottle. of Heroines a merits.For .. fall to'see ;
to me, youthfulness. and a dairy we want cows that produce me. .
my I positive cure for all Uver complaint. . I' "

bMirgadooio, you display tbe crudest, E. Barrel!, Austin, Texas, writes. "I a large flow of milk of good ,.,- ., ,..,...,........ ,.. ..... ,........ ...
commonest, crassest Ignorance imaginable have used Herblne for over a quality';. How are we to secure such .,.. ...... . ...-..... ... ."
year ..
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who to animals f record of -0- a. l wwwM I
In any one purport and find It a fine regulator. I gladly By keeping a \the '
edit a newspaper. You say that recommend It a. a floe medicine for feed eaten and milk produced by etch
"some of the States have bad Senators dyspepsia." Sold by Rebel-son's cow la the herd. This is the only way tq

whose greatness has been reflected Pharmacy to know exactly what each cow is doing , THEO. G. HOFFMAN

.|In nearly. every page of ---.. ; that Is, whether each cow Js
,Nation's history lou mention d.oloa'enou&b milk during the pro-l R'e'tiftts'.i'1We !
Rockwell tloar as senator from Pay Your'pon Tax. pay for the f89& eaten, anstill I.

the State of Massachusetts. .For us a fair profit. ,All that is needed OR: LESLIE WEEDDN .
;youjprlnformation, 1 desire .to say to Voters are reminded that while the for keeping the record, in addition to W., '" ; -
;youltbat Rockwell Hoar never represented city. election Is vet. some time off (the what the farmer already, has, is a
the State of Massachusetts In last-Saturday In March) the time in spring balance. Suspend the ;spring Specialist-Eye, Ear also'bave a lot of Remnants -' : ,: 1

the Senate of tbe United States.! which poll taxes maY be paid In order balance from a beam In some convenient .. i .'

Further on In your maliciously to vote In that. election. Is short The place In the barn and tack a Nose and Throat:..... ." ,
'critical diatribe. miscalled an editorial law requires that poll taxes must be sheet of paper/ up conveniently near ' ,'' -

you commit so many errors that paid before the second Saturday In the spring bal.nee. Have the sheet and slightly damaged goods ,:,- "
inconceivable bow you could the month preceding the", month. in of paper ruled as follows:-At. the .
live. edited a paper so long as you which the election is held. Therefore, right have a opium ruled for the Private Hosoital AmericanNational | "
have and been as ignorant as you In order to vote in the town election, dales. Across the top have the which close '
we'will out of
-.re. You say, "All States: have your poll "tax must be paid. before names or number. (that Is, Cow No. Bank Building,,Tampa. regardless ,,
rosKlfl valuable contributions. to the Ssturdsv. February 8th. 1, 2, 3, etc. ) of all the cows. To the Florida.

sedate of the United States," andt.bereuDdn' The attention of voters generally left, of the date and, below the _name "-
you proceed to say that throughout. lobe county Is called to the or each cow, record the weight of milk ,cost. '

.. .,there were ., Yancy from fact that this is general election year' after each milking. I o'
: Alabama McDuffle' from .Georgia and that It would be well for all to The cow that does not pay for the I

.Cass,.Uendricks. and Voorhees from psv their poll taxes as early as possible feed eaten should be sent to the block i W. L. WINN ,

.)Missouri 'Flllmore. fromNew so as to avoid the possibility offorgetting and replaced with one that will return' .....-.........---.-. ....--....-...... vS4t
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>w Ydt C"eLc. when the time arrives. to for I .. 1 HI" "........ _. .n.. ..... "' .'............_
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a profit. Suppose, we I-MYHIOIAW AMD HOMO MOW. .. .... wal. 1 ......... 1" .. S' '
" : As>.a; matter of fact Yaocy, of pay, and thus 10.lnll'thelr votes are milking two cows, one of which a ; "
,Alaba&nr,,never became a United. .
-- --------- yields two gallons, and the other one .rl.NI..e.E.M.a.w '"S. : "
State Senator, although he achieved gallon of milk a day. In other words ...-..-.. _. wrN:: t "t "
Judge Jones Denies Mandamus. " I
otherwise to e
dtflinctlon
; Mclutllei the gross Income from one cow is ,

wHom you learnedly romOeorR'la. In the case of the H.. W. MetcIf Co. sixty'and from the other thirty. cents DK. J. W. SIMPSON ,.. .
States Senator
United -
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r was a vs. W. E. Martin, tax collector the I per' day. It costs just the same to " .;.
the State of South Carolina ''
, from
f writ of mtndamus to compel : feed each cow. Do you suppose It :
, lobe col
;achieved'Cass, whom distinction. you Inoorrectlv from Missouri lector to l.aue'Hcen" was denied by would be hard to decide which cow'lethe DENTIST; Come and See ",t't'c.. .:, "
state Judge Jones. The more profitable tokeep ? In this Office "
Judge heard the over Osceoja Pharmacy
4 was United States Senator motion several days ago and after tbe ease,'one cow (at the prices of milk I . .
from Michigan; Uendricks and Voor-' evidence had been .prod need denied and feed) would be fed at a loss often Orno& Houas: p a. m. to 12 m: '
heel whom with' inexcusable Incurranoy r 1.30: to 6:30p. 't.f
the writ. This case which emlnated cents- per day while the other m. \ .
you likewise state were Sen from the wet and dry election will now cow would give a fair profit.. Such Telephone No 76 Jun 6. Ivy ""
atora from Missouri were never any be carried to the supreme court.. The things can uever be found out unless such thing, but as-* any schoolboy I. result will be .watched with we keep a record of the amount of

tSnows,' were senator from Indiana.To deal of interest by the residents a. of great Orange milk produced. Then at the end of Osceola County "
: cap the climax of 'our absurdly county and the Orlando the month. or year, we can balance ,
State.-
..I'nor..a.Iole.. you mention "Fill- R Ort.er-St.ar. up each cow's account. With this :
amore as belDg,-enator from tbe State. ( Information,at our command! wa are ; .' 1 J'I"\: h ,
4 of: New York, which of oeurse1. he In a position v> weed out the dairy Abstract Company C O"M' .
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never .... Carrie Nation rogue? or, in other, words the noprofitable .. /..,. .. ::4.. \;; ..
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'huii.'t0young"
Yon, refer t.o.. 'me at oenaaDi, .ma.bed *
a hole In the barrooms cow, _________ "
; and 'I will "
"youthful. of Kansas, bntBaltard'a Hore- To obtain In Ue \\"
warrant that there Is not a "fresh!' bound competent help S, H. BULLOCK.I'MANAOIK. : ._ '
i SYrup has smashed all
records Is difficult and .
dairy
a matter, w. f
;"young" or youthful". schoolboy a as a' cur:'for coughs bronchitis, influensa may say we- have not time- to' keep a Real h .
doses rears old In any public school and 'all pulmonary estate '
_diseases. record. Bow.
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can we tell whether : :
rTHEiOUTFITTER.
In Marlon ooucty who in the; courseyof 'T., C. H.-HoI't.oD. Kansas, writes:, I profitaale Titles examined and repor'tedbnTaxes .,,r.. I; :.. f... '. "
dairying s business unless "Ii \ .'
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onWesaay historical subjectwill for non-residents l tt .
on paid .
any 1 have kr found i "" "t'" '
ne medicine ;
a that : '
we keep an account of sash ?! '
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>4Mplav the> same lack of information would cow Instruments relating to-real estateearefullj r, ", ; <,'. .'"" .. :;'
SP* cough so jqqloklr 'a* The writer, .knew a man who was ,,,.,,t; . '". .' t ."
the historical ioaoonrancyand Ballard' Horehouad drawn1 ...;- .' ". ' .
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Syrup have milking tea cows, but kept no record I "
the (general allroend ignorance i used is for rears."' Sold by Bober be U f. .., "
Finally was '
persnde4 keep "
I tfaM a.Ton. bar*.118. la .the course--.of 'son!. Pharmacy. r' ; dlly record of.each sow As th* .eLS Correspondence:' SoHcfad. : .-. '. I :. .: ----


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_t 1 ? M IVI 'l MMMMMMMM M/ M*. finally fellow cot who rid followed of them him alt except most persistently one- A CUT |IN WAGES

JA : even out of the bazaar.' He \ '
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turned down a narrow street where p1jN.Nts

: .-'. 'oI ...-. the grain merchants'have their stalls;
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i '1"A'., .\,'I. and'but this kept fellow thrusting, still his folo1blm wares; tor-, J Inaugurated by Southern: in . 0' '' ..

al_....... - By.......... ward. .His particular line of businesswas Official and Clerical
Force. ? ....' ...
oft old Jewelry. Moscow crosses, .

I Ilc..!...... ( YOUNG Nenr ..... cheap bangles from Kleff, and that 'Big' Deal In Phosphate Lands Organizer for Each 'County. "' "

1 sort of thing. He whined out a One of the blggost phosphate 'land I,I At the; concluding sesslea of the-, "

_ ASS ManlyjjsTLEY !O ... prayer for charity In the most aggravating . EF-FECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 1ST deals ever: made In Polk county was annual meeting of the Georgia and '-; 4

manner, and once or twice 'Florida Sea Island Growers" Association ,
closed Bortow few when
c ,c-.v.-V Merriman. at a days ago
j. -- Akryl struck his hand aside Suddenly Oa-, tho. past 'week. "
= W. B. at Valdosta ;
T L. W W. CUrke
Entire Wilson \
Systemto
however he ceased
whining Over ,
'111fc \ Applies Higher were made urging the-,
several speeches
d Fort and
and said In perfect Eujllsh: 'Don't Swearlnger J. ; Boyd J A. }

', .... ..- look round; don't stop: but listen to Departments-Wage-Earnsrs or 150 F R McConnell, sold 'to L. A. Wilson, :farmers to give more attention to pro ;

I what t tell you.' Akryl seems to be a Per Month arid'Le..., Are president of. the Wilson-Toomer ,vision' crops..Chairman '

: ie:' 'sharp fellow for he walked on without Not Affected tlliser company, of Jacksonville, Fer'j. ]I' T. J. Appleyard reported!! ,: "

showing any surprise; Then the 'tot the committee on acreage a: recom'f ?
J\11 j Jf'I JrIi'JrS'. 1ft J1t j If' J\ merchant *" 1' his associates, 1.500 Acres?of the cream" of ;
- jewelry went, onr 'When mendatlon for the growing ample*
The Southern of the pebble phosphate belt for the
b|t.. 1." : CHAPTERCtIVc. 15 "" ''Hurrah. !'" said the colonel. you get back, go or write to Colonel ..railway, according to sum of $335,000. food supplies and that what, cotton

'Ob. 1 am so clad!I" said Lena, with William Forsler Wright, 19 Seymour well authenticated information, has should 'bea surpluscrop.
I I' Continued"I be
Mr. Wilson' and his associates will may grown
more fervor than the 'occasion would street London Remember the ad. made a cut of 10 '
It I per cent in the salaries The which was adopted
cannot understand at ian It rejxjrt
organize and
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a oppear to demand Out Mrs Wright dress. You had better write It down at once a large company

., 1 bad a secret like that upon my looked grave. when you Ref back to the caravan 'of iu entire clerical: force, el- 'erect a plant that will be Itrl fly up' also recommended a reduction In the a

Bind I should be miserable. I should'not ''He has broken'hls'arm," she said, ar>'. Don't look round. Tell him tending over the whole system, 'effect :to-date In every particular. use of commercial fertilizer.:

be able,to think of or take an and then she suddenly laughed. you 'mot. an Englishman In Central ive February I, Armour &: Co., owners of a large I The president was authorized to appoint '

interest In anything else whereasou Tbe letter was from an officer of Asia to-day-that Is all. Akryl said .tract of phosphate land southwest ofthe ''I>> an organizer In each county ''in
aDd-Wln ard-were Innocent The reduction '
> as Charles Mlstley's ship, was a 'Aro you Mlstley and tbe fellow applies Ux'every office Island cotton belt. '
very the
town erect large sea .
1 lambs.You: took Interest In are arranging to a .. .
as an employee of the .
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humorous production, purporting to replied 'Shut upP! .Akryl bought across system, Including officials ,
the theatrical In the trivial details of the road, who la plant.
be written at Charlie's dictation, but - now receivinga
t Gf everyday existence. It makes one ". Swift & Co's new plant will begin Thompson Granted a Pardon. C
n Interlarded here'and there with observations Charlie stopped speaking. His salary above $50 a month. Y
feel like child to whom the Clarence Karlo Thompson, formerlycashier
a nurse
from the writer's own fertile thumb was hooked Into his waistcoat The cut, It Is stated, affect all clerks, mining in a few days. .,
talks topics likely .to amuse, In the real estate office of theMcDavld.Myer
upon ,
The Florida company
Phosphate Mining
brain Although the pocket, It making sure that
news wan as something stenographers and -
passenger freight
4 and never thinks of what she Is, ..ay.Inl' cOPJ'Ianyd;;: who is
'" ." I bad, It was so cheerfully Imparted was there. ills eyes were, fixedon agents, clear up through the official is now. rushing Its new plant to

that the bright aide of it was alone the hearth rug- -a tiger skin the heads of completion near 3arlow, now serving a term of two years on
Before Colonel Wright had time to lIelle"varloulI departments.So I
presented."At . stripes of which he was following the county roads for embezzlement, has p
reply the door was tbrown by far no reduction has been ordered I
", open rate said Lena when with the toe of his boot tbe state ,
1 any Suddenlyhe Street Railway Strike Averted.: been granted a pardon by
butter '
the square-shouldered and In the
the letter had. been read aloud "he raised his direct and pay of any of the employees of
Laurance Lowe the room, lazy eyes> The threatened street car strike at ,board' of pardons Thompson a young
enteryd Is coming." I with certain, deliberation, from the the operating department such as engineers '
closely-followed) by Charles Mistley. L Pensncola was averted at the lost man, and during his connection: with ,
{ "Yes, lie Is coming replied her floor to Lena's face. He caught her firemen switchmen and the Pensa'cola made t
"We met on the doorstep; said moment and .a contract signed under the real estate firm in 7
mother, thoughtfully, almost anxiously. eye fixed wistfully on his hand Then like, and whether a similar reductionIs
the' younger man while his friends, being a good mixer and
companion men
; and which the will work until next'January. many "
lie moved slightly, addressed Colonel contemplated\ this department
silently shook hands with Colonel Charley Mlstley had been the only Wright: cannot be learned This was effected when the spender, and when he was arrested on '1
and Mrs. Wright, and kissed Lena.
member of the little circle who bad "It sounds like Win does It not?" So far as the office forces 'men adopted the suggestion of the a charge of embezzling about $1,000 ,
'Early vl.it. added Laurance are con
refused, persistently and continually, "Yes," replied the old traveler chamber of commerce committee.. thatIt much surprise wan expressed. At that ,.. i
Lowe by way of apology. cerned, however, the reduction orderedIs
acknowledge any feeling of anxiety slowly pulling at his mustache "Yes would" be inadvisable to strike at time Ae had severed his connectionwith
"I am glad )'ou hare come, said sweeping, and affects everyone' alike e
at his brother's silence. His that was Win. had entered' the real
the time. "and "rtie( the! firm'and
r present The men
the colonel genially. "I have beard the
letters, written In the },(Mediterranean, 'Akryl aawnothing but his hand" except men making $50 and under.Tho estate business In :New Orleans. I
from Wlnyard at last. company signed a contract for; the same
seemed to have caught the sunshine continued the sailor. "A small, brown Southern first let out at large r
Then.he rose and banded the letter that of the but the
as ,
pay past
and Joyousness or that favored sea.. hand he said it was-'almost the number.of Its mechanics, followed that year "

'.r to Charlie. The young sailor took No thought of anxiety, no suspicion, hand of a Tartar but somewhat with cutting out a large number of pas- company>> promises that if Its business' Following tile recent Investigation .

the paper and walked to the window. increases, that next they will givean I by the Kxcambla! board of county commissioners ,
of allowed find year
doubt was placeIn stouter, with compact fingers and lInger! trains and now as a further
"Excuse me, he said; with a conditions
grave Into Ibo existingat .j
tile closely written More I asked Increase. .
mile toward Mrs. Wright before he pages. light colored nails. him for step toward retrenchment is using the '
than a year had elapsed since Win- further details, but that was all that knife salaries .A feature of the threatened' strike the county convict camp near At- "
unfolded It. on
Leaning the
against
'
yard's departure, and the silence was he could tell me. lie had landed In was the arrival of a coach filled with more, Ala., resolutions were adopted:
woodwork of the bo reed the
letter through slowly wlndoy and deliberate yet unbrokerK. War had at times England two days" before I saw him. IN INTEREST OF MORALS strike breakers accompanied by abouta I by the board stating) that hnpr v.

I," Then he came forward and gave appeared Imminent, and then from and was on the point of starling off dozen Pinkerton detectives. The meats are necessary In the camp along

mere lack of Interest-run!lapsed into to Join the Fez expedition, and was rot-tain lines and that these will be
It back; to the colonel with a word of men remained In the car for a whole
Great had Court li Asked to Clear Court Room
peace again. storms Just going to sit down and write to
earliest possible date and
and made at the
thanks day and night, were finally sent
I passed over the world-revolutions, you, when he caught Bight of me, and When Thaw' Wife Testifies. .
1 Before handing It to Laurance back east. made to conform with the rules and
murders and blopdghed-but Charles remembered that I was Win's brother. -
A. series of surprises brought the
Lowe the old soldier unfolded the I Mlstley'a faith haul never wavered. ." .' ic-giilatlons/ promulgated I ; by the state
paper and examined It critically; Thaw trial at New York near a crisis of the
( The black line on Colonel 'VrlR'ht'sI "It is not much," said Colonel A Washington news Item Is as follows authorities for the government
then, looking suddenly at Charlie I ''I F day. Both Evelyn' Thaw the wife,
up I map; bad turned! back; it bad e\'en' Wright, slowly, "but it explains a : A memorial protecting againstthe btate convict cam|>oI. As the quartersat
ho said: I i I aiffl Mrs. William Thaw, tbe motherof
regained: civilization, and yet no good deal. He ought to have been admission in the United States senate the camp near Aim ore are very
"It Is such men as this who leave
defendant the witness
the were on
word was forthcoming. Despite this across the Klzll Arvat desert before cf Senator William James Bryan much crowded, It was derided to move

f v)their:'Ctiarlla mark emlled upon the In generation hi* lacy Charlie laughed at anxiety. Worst January. No doubt he has had difficulties stand and just as the former was about of Florida has been filed with. Vice about twenty of the men from that '

grave ff all, WInyard's name had graduallybeen to contend wish\ which we did to relate anew the story of her life President Fairbanks. It will be referred point to a camp to be 'established! west
tr.y
dropped from conversation at not quite foresee" as she told It to Thaw In Paris In 1903. ;
where road work Is to be +.
"Yes, be replied; "the energetic to the committee on privileges and of the city, ,
the house in Seymour street. The The old soldier at dis and
was no adept District'Attorney Jerome arose suggested -
ones: elections for consideration and report. done. It is believed that the Inspection
topic was tacitly avoided: as we avoid simulation.. His manner Implied; dis- that. In the interest of public '
Laurance Lowe was holding out aud of' the state: supervisor
The memorial drafted ex-Sen report
the mention of those dear names appointment, and In each heart there was by .
"
r hi. hand for the letter patiently and which gain no answer now was a vague conviction that this news morals all persons save those 'Immedl- ator Wilkinson Call of Florida and besides I of convicts has reunited In much : ,

+i '.without any show of curiosity. As It wai to this that Charles Mlstley was not satisfactory. It was 'no explanation ately Interested In the case should be his own bears the name of a good to the county convict system.Attorney ,
previously hinted, he was essentially I excluded from the court room during
t ,wad coming home.A of the subsequent silence number of prote lantll. It Is charged
_unemotional being, never display- the recital of what ho termed a "horri
after the arrival of the has ,Uiudianapolis
'' ( few days "- '--" that the young senator IB ineligible for General Ellis gone >
Ins curiosity surprise i I h" rr "
or ble tale. Tho motion included the
letter he presented himself in Sey- XXVI. membership in the senate because he to try a case whlc 'has
-Colonel., said Charlie, "I have '' CHAPT12II wellas
bad given' representatives of newspapers as
mour street. Although he some'way come upbefore the grand tribunal ot
brought you the now sheet-map I Bokhara, obligated him Self at one time In
no notice of his coming, he was for the public generally Attorney Martin '
promised to procure you. It Is a not to support the constitution of the order of the Knights of Pythian.Tho' .
tunate enough to find every one at With the advent of October came n W Littleton of df'efnle.jlnedIn (
large affair, so I gave It. to Jarvis to the United State's.Postoffico case is one involving largo ,.proper'ty -.
home There was, however another succession The from
of fogs atmosphereof it to shield the young woman
take into study In- Hawaii in which Islands
your ;
rights
visitor
tbankli" In the room when be arrived London was such as only'Londoners hundreds of curious eyes, and said that
"Thanks- many > inspectors In Pensa- the order has a numerous following.
j This was a brother officerof Colonel can 'breathe-yellow, noisome and w.ere
far'as the constltuUo al'rlcht to '
"And. >continued the young salter Wright's; who bad ..topped his cab choking. Tbo Wrights had talked of ao cola. the past week to make.4n,Inspoo<> This order bases Its Polltlcat'econpm'
*'
nd I have to'say 'an hearing was concerned, be was
good-bye.
come In passing through Seymour::, streetto leaving,town and nad. oven. 'discussed open tIon of the carrier service with a view upon the plan adopted by the government
Laurance'Lowe: slowly raised. his 'waive that in/any ironclad '
to point
call and leave two brace of partridges the ::question err'.'" solnK\'abroadfi-.but"" ready of recommending an addition of a"number ) ,' the supreme tribunalbeing, parallel ;,
i They rested Charles Mist- the .
es on suggest
,
the ; :, /.J : ley long enough to noticeI;that
,.'At Jast,the sportsman, too.hljlloa"e. ; The: colonel l busyand',: seemed Proceedings ;were suspended and decision '
; tJnlted
fellow carefully avoided meet /!; ;\,was ,;, ployed.The total 'postofflce1.authori' supreme, court, {. the ,'States. ,
young ,
., and the colonel accompaniedhim withheld until > ,.
singularly to leaving: ton he Monday '
averse { the tribunal has
Ins Lena's quick glance and Instantly ties have complained that business This but five members !
to the door. When (the latter was now getting seflpualy anxious
turned away again. baa so .Increased during: the past year and it Is to a place among these
returned the fact had ALLEGED'GRAFTERS.
apparently about Wlnyard Mistley.Instead AFTER '
'.'Oood-byeT"' echoed Lena. "Surely Slipped his memory that be had of gettrng better, things that it Is Impossible for thttjaumber of select few that 'O'ner.1:, Bills has been ':-zI k" I'.'

you are not going away nowt""Yes shaken hands with Charlie before, originating men now employed to nnke the deliveries recently promoted.
Vague ,
y grew worse. reports
Old
"I Warrants Out for Directors of
1 replied Charlie quietly. i for be went through the ceremony sometimes in' Berlin, sometimes and collect the rttHn. especially In }.,
have' South Carolina Dispensary fishermen
been Curlew
to the
-appointed again, taking Charlie's left in Ibis In St. Petersburg\ appeared from timeto the buslneas districts, .and also that a The In the vicinity -

on the! Mediterranean' station.. right somewhat awkwardly. time In the, newspapers. Theserumors Alleging conspiracy to defraud the delivery three times each day Insteadof of Miami have about abandoned f
'
standing J4ra.\Vrlght'atthe window risen with, and her back was "How is the arm?" be asked, glancing spoke of trouble on the state of South Carolina, the state dis twice, should be made In the district mackerel fishing, as they are very shy "

at the sling I 'which the young Afghan and Persian frontier, of tribal commission at Columbia had
pensary the this
toward .them. She turned her head It Is expected that the carrier rooteiwill on coast year, but they have r
sailor -somehow managed to wear a:> disturbances 'and religious alfferencen Issued Friday for about fifteen .
warrant fJo'
"I shall be very !sorry to lose you, a be reorganized, and also thot morecarriers turned' their attention catching kingflshr ... _
that It failed to attract attention.
of boundaries
,Charlie," she said softly. "The In getting on splendidly Oversteppedand persons, including M. A. Goodman will be allowed. which are very plentiful thin year. JI A
arm agreements broken. Added to
Lena said nothing. was 'engaged the representative of a Baltimore In the week the
i Shy ona day past commercial
thank you. be replied In rather a all this.. Coonel; Wright received a
3 in administering small pieces constrained tone. The colonel had blow from a nearer source which aggravated liquor house, who was arrested Thurs The first cargo of chalk to be Imported fishermen caught between 7,000 .1.

.f toast to Adonis. Seh could not 1 be left the door open, and now the young matters greatly nnd ren- day. into Pensacola was landed l : a few and 8,000 their aver'age weight being '

expected to express surprise, as sailor crossed the roornto clone It. dered Wlnyard Mlstley's silence almost Major Black, a former member of Ole days ago when 2,500 tons were" brought about ten pounds. Some of the fishermen -

.r.,t. 'Charles NI.tleyJad\had: foreseen this if appointment He stooped in order to see that the unbearable. board of control was arrested Friday In by the Danish steamer OaUnarsum caught: as high as 150 fish during a
and frequently
spoken'of"*\ bolt had acted properly And then he One morning, late In October he afternoon and Idler released on.a bond from London consigned to the local the day. There is a good demand In.*. "

t"Presently the gentlemen? adjourned turned and faced. Colonel Wright."I was sitting at his study table. Before of 10000. Warrants for former Direc Import Whiting 'and Manufacturing the northern markets for the -klngnsh,

have news., he said, quietly "of him sheet which Lowell and L. W. Boj-kin ,
the
lay largo
map John Bell
tor
The whlth makes the business
to the study to smoke cigarettes and company. cargo Is free of duty very profity '
ard.
Inspect the new map., When It was WI"Ah!"' exclaimed the old soldier, Charles Mlstley\ had brought more were also sent out for servlce. The and consequently the only thing necessary able. JAbout 1
than fresh bad
A route
spread out on the'' table, the colonel a year 'ago. names .of other parties wanted are to be done in landing it was for V
rising from the seat ho had just resume -
been worked out it with dotted
across
'i took a 'pen and made a little crossover it! withheld because, it Is stated, it Is customs to be aboard the 100' e I leading Spanish- ;
:!. "Tell me all about Newsat lines of red commencing at Klzll Ar- Inspectors < otl I.t
"
the word "Moscow. writing underneath -' last! Thank God!" vat on the day mentioned by the traveler feared their publlcltly might Inter ; ship during the time it was.'being discharged American and Italian grocery merchants
it the date of Win Nilltae7'S
yard -
letter. With dotted lines be "It It a long story." began the Henry Akryl. The colonel had with their arrest. to see that nothing else was of Tampa have recently organized .

followed other In his slow manner. just completed the doted line as far M. A. Goodman the whiskey house landed. the Tampa Retail Association, with ,
the track of tbe railway to
"Then be quick wIt. it," Interrupted and -In representative, has given bond In the
i. Nljnl Novgorod; and then turning ai Bokhara was looking; an the purpose of securing uniform protection ,

', t oath, traced tbe broad''' flow'of the Mrs. Wright, with an Impa- ubsentedly methodical manner, at a sum of 25000. These arrests are the February 22 has 'been named as German and harmony of action among N ,
tient laugh. A little. "cntching" sigh calendar. The date written above Investigations by'tbe commission
't (Volga.. Carefully be portioned off results of day at tbe state fair, upon which the retail grocers of the city. It Is J
of relief came from Lena's corner of the\ word Bokhara was terribly far with tbe aid of Attorney
a'' .each,day with'a Hue drawn horizon the and day k is anticipated that Baron Von contemplated to bring Into tbe organization ,
room.
back into tho spring, more thin six
.
tally' "Let us hear all about It," said the months ago. General Lyon.TEXAS Sternberg the German ambassador at all of the grocers of Tampa, vl'

>4( As the mariner traces his- course I colonel, pointing to a chair. The study door opened softly, and' Washington, will lay the cornerstone Ybor and West Tampa.A .

upon tbe chart, so Colonel Wright But Charlie appeared to prefer although the old soldier heard It BANK ASSIGNS. of the new German-American clubhouse

continued In the months that followed standing. He took his station at the he did not move or turn. Two warm here. Baron Von Sternberg has accepted call is being made on citizens of r'

,d to make this Imaginary the track to corner of.the mantel piece'and while bands were laid upon his shoulderswith < Largest Savings Institution In Stats In the Invitation of the fair association Sanford for specimens of their productsfrom
>Russia. Down Volga
Astrakhan\across by road from Astrakhanto ho was speaking he fidgeted with the that marvellous touch of a Financial Trouble to be a guest of the fair on the both field and garden for the' exhibition
:
Petrovsk,' and from thence across ornaments there'down, taking them up and woman's loving rthgers. They were : The Western Bank and -Trust com date named and has Intimated' that he at Jacksonville's midwinter ex p,, ,t t
them again one after
the' Caspian. Sea to Krasnovodsk. the setting other. Ho told his story with peculiarly steady hands, as white asLena's ,' pany of Dallas, Texas, the largest sav will be accompanied' by Mrs. Von position The Sanford exhibit is in
and somewhat
but firmer
Each cia)'.- joprney was portioned characteristic/ simplicity and abort. heavier. ''I' ings-deposit bank In the state, has Sternberg. 4- the hands of Mr. C. H. Leffler, and

? .<
dotted. line advanced further into the ;' he I The friends Colonel from the
The day before yesterday "Yes old woman. of Thomas J. L. creditable\ display town

unknown East. said, "I was at this club at Plymouth "Willy," related loire Wright, The bank had a capital of $500.000 Brown and advocates of his candidacy ,,

The old traveler Jle"el"apoke muchto reading a paper or something whena looking out of the window Into tbe and over 4,400 saving depositors. IU .for tbe United States senate have called The Dade county commissioners have

his wife or daughter cpncernlng fellow came and said 'Commander hopeless dreariness of the October total. liabilities are $1OK4,104.5S. A be held fixed the of
q doubtless considering it a a mass meeting to in Tampa salary the game and fish .
tbls map, Mlstley,' In a casual sort of way and noticed dif tho has not
"have of
morning, you any complete schedule assets
y: detail of his profession necessarily of held out his "hand. I shook it. and ference-any change in Lena?" January 28. At the meeting.Colonel warden at $50 per month, and $10 a

;' Interest to ladles. He was not been fll&d. Brown will address. the people and month each for five deputies. These
..,,, ,:r.m.. let him have It back, and then he The colonel raised his eyes from #0 '

'" .:.war' :taat day by day a fair, young said 'I am. Henry Akryl.' I was none the map and contemplated the chimneys outline the platform upon which he' salaries to be paid as long as tbe corni.:.

."I j .
.:' .TSpsid a'.dainty finger with ," !I L moments In silence. "A Change{ ldwoman1" WAR SUPPLIES HURRIED. '
.
; the ',
Interest the growth o(
,4 I'j' :absorbing
)!& k h I interrupted Lena with a little lanigh. there Is a change-she Is no longer a Powder Plant Given Orders to Work at either side In the forthcoming bond States vs. William, M. Brown, president
I
; >> .ft''j PTBJqV.. ** '.h. j "Well, it ultimately transpired that child'now,"-. Full Capacity. election, when the voters ofSt Petersburg of the Fort Dallas National- bank :::4

'{1. "JMr"," CJ Wi j1,;. be'dined with us one day. In the Persian "No It Is not that There is some : Tbe war department has ordered will be given the opportunity ol at Miami, after being out twentyfivehours :

'- tA! Strange Message, Gulf- lie is an Eastern authority thing else.. She never- allows it to government \
powder plant near Issuing
{ : that the voting for or against the of brought in verdict of not
writes books reads ,,Inscriptions. appear; but -she is miserable. She
or
,. Biriyijn.\ September; Mrs. WrightfceslvedV Dover. Del. shall1. begin within ten days $80,000 worth of 6 'The "
letter from Gibraltar, of .-'or something. Then i be 'told Is wearing herself to death We per cent bonds, to guilty: case was a lengthy and \ J:', I

a was in an un\ me his story: 'January he was at must go away from London" to manufacturer, powder at, fuU capacityof be used In Internal. Imprvoem'ent lathe hard contested one front .start to frnlsh.j .

is/hloh 'iiandwriUnt. Charles-. Mist- KU11 '.Arvat. ,One day'he was in the >It must, be, confessed that ColonelWrl&ht the' 'works. 'The capacity ''of this city Much has 'been done and said Some of the best legal talent, inah :' '

,Ja6owo letters. had of! late borne the bazaar and of course was being pestered bad not.given very much plant Is .one thousand pounds a .day. regarding the issuing of these, bonds' state 'appeared for the defense, while ',:t

;postmark buti'thls' could t>y the scum of.tb. place who thought the. subject of his' daughter's The department expects an annual supply Doth those In' favor of .the issue and Distrlrf Attorney' Cheeney and, Assistant 'A

',Wllae.Ilvfar.aba.ha4 wanted.him. to bujy.rubhUh,of.every .happiness-.,nor was h. cltver at *from that source of three hundred those 'Wishing to' see It defeated are Attorney Marks"iriade 'stubborn" I

e.she exclaimed description He, is the W>rt, of man divining. 'a motive.' ,thousand pounds .. working hard, but saying BLUe I fight for jive governmentM 1'i i
>
fit' Wt' .I."ik! who never buys curiosities,. and he ,(C1'o b.,continued.) r-' ... a "

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'SHOWING'BY'RECEIVER, ':ntftUSTRfRESUME61 CORTELYOU TO ''QUIT?, 'I .!. r
I 1
,' FIGHT FOR FORESTS I ., J.t. .. *** .

'\f Of Liabilities and, Assets 'of Broken *" ",' ' 'J. .s.. 'weralutent" Rumor Current That,:-$Vcretary A sore 'throat: .Ls adqhgerjpiLS # t''
i
,
NealBank ..< ,Atlanta'ts' Hearing| of Treasury Will Soon LeaveRooasvelt's.

w; Inaugurated l at"Meeting of of State's, Claim of Priority. PJants'Thro.rghou't the Coun-- 1 .Cabinet,.. ; << : malady

Appalachian .'.Association -. :' try Take on New Life. but you don't need o;>>
,
*
f.. .. '... -'According td"the''repoet'ot i the re? A Washington special Mrs. : That

eel", ... filed !n, the superior/ court In Secretary of the, Treasury,, Cortelyoa lie: a sock around

ro, ,R 9UJ,11..0NS ,... ADOPTED: Atlanta,Friday.'in answer1.to the 'petjlion -' **MILLIONS' BURDEN* BANKS .will ,resign, ftota. the cabinet at' an your neck; to.cure iX; isw.Tf'*.
, I. -ot '....er 1 creditors, the liabilities .. early day.e ms .!UlSllrid bey01l4"a reasonable w2 r +

I I" .. of the Neal bank exceed the assets, New York Financial Statement Shows doubt. Postmaster :General
Convention Heid'ln Atlatns Was Enthusiasjlo Meyer'will probably succeed him.
.> minus all worthless claims and those Increase of .$126,189,000! Cash sat"SNOW
Vague of break between the
rumors a
I I 9.th'rlng-F.atu. of the \ I SSSSia* m SBBBJPP-
on/which: "", something. may be'realized' -on Hand Over Preceding, secretary and the president have been
M..tlng'V.I.. Addr..... by' "
by $$260,51S.. Week-Outlook Good. floating around<< ever since the publication

f Experts en Forestry.Resolutions The report; which can\ hardly, .beconsidered of the announcement, that plan LINIMENT '
'rt" were on' foot to''secure possible the
A telegraphic request to' various
L a complete one, In view !
; f. ,calling upon the governors towns especially In the south, for Information republican i mJ.Datlon for, ,.Cortelyou..
of the hasto with which, it, 'w... in .
throat
of Virginia the Carolina;, Georgia prepared Industrial has The first lieutenant of Secretary Con will cunt that abort order _ '
on conditions Dallard'M Snow Unlraent penetrates\; the promoting
,
I ',' Alabama, Tennessee and. Kentucky to'' has the assets,' not'' Includingbad brought, remarkably favorable', re ''telyou In this campaign was understood free circulation, giving the miuclcs more pores.elasticity. : *

;I a appoint delegations from their ,states debts, at 2449361.17 and. the liabilities sponses. Prosperity"and 'healthy"'nor"' to be Frank Rf UI o bk"Ir.t assfit.

''r to appear In' person before the committee 'at $ OI .8S1.HS' mal Industrial< and commercial condition ant postmaster general; \\.lURES U1roMA11SMarrs.SPRAlN$, BRUISES.

k on agriculture'In congress, to urge f returned throughout the southand It was labeled a. "conspiracy/-; WOUNDS. OLD SORES STIFF JOINTS.AND .' aOURNS
': are
all the 'aa
Including accounts tota(1 ALL
( PAINS.
.
t : "a favorabb'le report, upon the bill to sets'are .$3.159.725.82. well above the 'middle west. was ,followed" by the report that the'I i
\i: create; a national Appalachian forestpreserve president had squelched .the incipient
',,. liabilities. 'The railroads, Iron and steel mills GAVE INSTANT REUEP.Den
;\ ; of five million acres boom. In 'IIOme' quarter It had been .
were and coal mines, which are Americana:
This report was gotten up for the I
(: adopted..atIhe"meeting, ; ot, tho Appalachian .. I made to appear that toe president was Stone Prove, TJtnh. writes 'I hare niiod BaJlard's'
of trade and Industry report }
barometer ,
hearing of the Intervention of the state Snow UlnUnorib for Neuralgia, Tooth-acho and Sore Throat;'
3' s. National Forest Association' of Georgia 'In Judge Kills' court, but a general resumption in ,all parts of neutral as between: the. secretary of which upon nppUcaUonqava mo instant relief. I can reeora'

3a'' j in Atlanta, Thursday night. carried over until 'Monday on the motion the country Banks have plenty of war and the .secretar, of the treasury mend It a* bnln the) boot Liniment I have over used ta eating

' Prior! to;the close of 'the meeting tt of Attorney 11.,M. Blackburn, who money to lend, acd are' fostering! the This was vigorously denied by the pale oauuod from Neuralgia; eto.u' ,, .*

: was 'announce that the women's clubs represents several depositors, who object Industries- Payrolls arft Increasing In friends of Secretary Taft and from the PRICO 23C. 'COe AND $1.00 *

r; h of the 'United States' would'take.'thli<, rte the state,, being made a preferred mills and'factories, and business houses white house came unmistakable evl-
matter and at once begin-- endless : dence that President' Roosevelt strongly *
up an
; order are taking back men'-who were sun
creditor, as It desires to. in 4
b i bombardment of personal letters In pended. Prospects are declared bright.er favored Taft for the nomination-: Ballard Snow Co;
to recover some $200,000 taxes on Liniment ,
,.. ..' first Jut and all the time.
the ,
upon .importuning
congressmen! than since the financial
deposit wben the Neal 'bank failed. at any time SOO-5O2 North e
p. them to secure the enactnient of this (1/| Following-this development Secretary , *
In New York drove'money Into
These objectors allege that from December flurry ,
i said ST. LOUIS' -. MISSOURI. 'I.
bill. Cortelyou was reported as having
9 to 26 tbo state made deposits hiding. This money Is,, again. In. circu
Governor Hoke Smith, who presided amounting to $128.000 when tha( bank lation. be had beep given a "d-n rough deal"

1 i at the meeting, announced. that he From all .of the at the white house. His resentment
examiner had charge, and they hold parts country come ''
{ would at once call upon every civic that he should have then had knowledge reports of the resumption of those Industries against the president since has been Sold ,,and Recommended, by.

1 {: organization in the :.'.ata to appoint of the'condition of.: the bank, and which were, temporarily at even greater than the president's 111 For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

delegates to go to Washington on January should not have taken tbe risk. tected by the flurry In Wall street Men will toward him. A number of sharp ,
'
I 30 to appear in person at the Attorney General Hart agreed upon are returning to 'the mmatbe mines clashes between the two' are said to

meeting of the house committee on agriculture the continuance of the case, but stated and tbe factories. Railroad work. Is have culminated ,on January! g in an KISSIMMEE

f before whem this measure Is and Interview following' a. cabinet meeting. .,
that the points In question were pure- proceeding! healthily construction -
J pendtngt and urge a favorable report ly ones of law. work la being projected. In which Secretary Cortelyou laid the
;, lie also stated that he would write dry president he thought It best that lie
The Central Bank and Trust Corpora The trade in groceries, goods,
t; to each of' the southern governors affected lion, In answer 'to the Intervention of grain Iron and other branches all report should retire from the president's RIOTER ROUTE.
this cial' family. The president'agreed
by resolution, calling upon'' the state, alleges that.,$192,502.90; was good Improvements.

them 'to name a delegation of twenty, credited 'to tbe state at the time of the A tremendous flow of cash from the with him. STEAMER ULUn: ;, 8TKAMKII ROSBADA,

k from the state at large, to attend this closing of the bank; $22,382.43 was received : banks throughout the country to the The delay In the transmittal of the Captain Clay Johnson 8r. Captain Clay Johnson. JK;

bearing from T. II. Floyd, ta*: receiverof New York city banks was indicated formal resignation In .wrJU'IIc Is said Regular,weekly trips to Swinger sad return. Roseada leaves Klssls*. "
,. r ,1' The resolutions adopted, were as follows the totalto bank which to be due to the conscientious belief Ot
running the statement
. DeKalb county, Saturday by saee Tuesday morning, and arrives rjsslmmee Vtlday evening. -
: over 200000. The answer further showed an Increase of $26,185,800 In Secretary (:Cortelyou that he should remain Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeaSibe and fort Uyer oa tke U1lles .

,,- Tbe Appalachian National Forest Association snowed that the state was Indebted to tbe amount of cash held by the New at ,his post until kl vestige of the Comfortable accommodation for passesgers. Rates reasonable.

in convention assembled rep I the.bank to the amount of $50,000 In York clearing house institutions. This recent panto had disappeared and until "The boost< picturesque Wlterwsy In Florida. '

resenting a membership throughout the two promissory notes due January 15 Increase In each t Is not bought, to bea certain Information relative to. the ,for Passenger and Freight Bates apply to .*. ,
-Botuhern states, with accredited 'dele' treasury department, requested by .revolutions CLAY JOHNSON.. 811, Proprietor..
of this year, One of the .notes was record one, (but It Is believed to approach .
gates from 'the Atlanta section of America placed with the Citizens' National bank within a few millions of the'larr offered by Senators Culb.rson #< I Oa board -UHle". Klsslnmee., FU. '

Institute .of Electrical Engineers and TIllman, bad been furnished to the ... ..w ,. !,! 7a
A i Baltimore to secure a loan of 25. gent increase ever' recorded In a single -- -- ------ --I i J

.: the Georgia Federation of Wemen's 000 made to the Neal bank. week In the city Financier declare senate "

Clubs, the Atlanta Woman's Club, and The Neal bank Is debtor to the Atlanta that It showed clearly that the Interior Another 'explanation of the present
chambers of commerce or boards of Association for I situation'which Is being credited li: : :
House bank entirely reassured by the
Clearing were
"( trade in AUanta, Macon, Athens Bruns $170,988. balance due on a' $200,000 Issue showing of the banks last week, when I that the president Is attempting, to Have ii.: h

wick Columbus Cornelia Dublin of certificates. As aecurlty for for the first time' since October a make Secretary Cortelyou the scapegoat I :rfj/lr/1t:: :: ::

Rome, Ga., Newberry, S. Charleston, these $295.153.20 was deposited with surplus of reserve ''Was' established: In for all criticism ) leveled at the ad.
Belton and Spartanburg. S. C., Hunts ministration cm account of the relief
the Trust company of Georgia, $29,002 the face of the deficit which had long ,
rile, Mobile Birmingham and Opelika, taken' during the recent
of this having been collected. It will existed. In consequence the Interior measures "

I', Ala., Nashville., Tenn., Louisville, Ky... be necessary to settle this Indebted: banks were sending their surplus and panic. Doth the Issue of bonds and j: By the Rev. Dr, Fletcher L. 'Wharton, PlUtO optre7 '
'. Asheville N. C., the Greater Charlotte securities well the .
other as as deposit
redeem this found
pens before March 1 to cash to New York where It em- E. '
N., ..,C, do'resolve as follows; collateraL, This, of course',, Is set but ployment not only_In the stock market; of acme; fifty or sixty1 million. of' government i"t /' .fmtt/ifletdM. thurch Plttsburg.AM .

Whereas, Official statistics show that bond money In Wall street, has'.been of a Christianity. nave done''their I
in the answer.Furthermore. but in financing; at least one largo tired female Women
('f the people of the United States face the Central Bank and Issue ,by the New'' York! Central and condemned'"la: the senate. part nobly in the church according to their. lights. .?Tbetr

within a decade' a lumber famine, due Trust Corporation'has evidences of .In Hudson4 riven railroad. It, I..believed that Nr,,Meyer would f..1 Ideal Is to alleviate suffering and to kill vlceand.lntempsr- ;
to the wasteful and extravagant use leave his .head of the have thrown all their .-aLl In doing
,, 'J debtedness against the Alabama. Sul >The return of this amount of cash present post as ante and Into this they
t f"".. and wanton methods of lumber and for- phur' Ore and Copper company.. total- from the interior was 'regarded by the postofflce department and accept; the : It they have given the church a one-aided ideal, and It W
eat fires;; and treasury portfolio with reluctance. He *...*. ..*. the duty of mea.to bring It back to Its normal Valance: The ;
order to of
secure the
1277,000 and In bankers In New York'as the end
Ing 4******* bot chosea
j Whereas Our Appalachian, forestsare Is much interested In carrying forwa.rdcertain ideal of men Is Justice aDd order, but they have
,
will be to. spendIn 'disposition to withhold cash '
now. being rapidly depleted and these It necessary' pevlous plans for the, Improvement ........othe church as their agent to work tout it th.-mea of the ,
that
the. neighborhood of $25,000. Tb in the interior, and as "showing church were to unite creating a public opinion sgaiast saykind
rti'. \ I areabout our, only remaining sources "of the state's prior claim Is setout hereafter lie shortage the serYICe, but be Is considered by tfie of
1 matter there will no of Injustice they would place a most powerful weapon'In t** hands ;
:, of( hardwood_ supply! and, /: ". *** president as -eminently the {business
pre
matter law
as a of fund&.for all legitimate purposes. their elected officers;.and, many .of the age-old .iniquities would.be 'apeedily!
, i's, L.. Whereas We recognize that forest''s "" Judge Kills stated at the start .oi An Increase In the .\lr.plua'reserve this man of the administration and will- accordingly wiped 'out There are double dealer., robbers of.the public, 'and the worst: !

coverings are essential not 'only to our the hearing that lie was legally disqualified week' of $16,551,42 bringing' surPlus be advanced to the treasury kind of knaves walking the streets and being received into polite oc.IeUwho {

timber suppry, but are of supreme im on the case, as ho was a depositor ) up to $22.635,475" shows that' the post.It aTe !cnabled to do .It simply because there Joes not.come from the church a.

portance to climate and agriculture, to In the Neal bank, but-the attorneys position of the banks Is greatly Is reported that Secretary Cor 'sufficiently 'strong body of sentiment that would make them shrink from Its

v water supply and navigation; and involved waived the disqualification. .strengthened over last week notwithstanding -' telyou will accept the presidency ol frown.:.''This comes of the'indifference" of the men In the churctu. 'Women*

Whereas, the cutting already done In the the reorganised }Knickerbocker Trust take hold and thrust their Ideals upon the preachers. They work for charity '
the renewed activity
baa shown its baneful effects throughout Increaaed' company of New York.: and against Intemperance and.the social evil,and do'thelrpart:: w.nBut; the t

'. the south, and demonstrates forcibly fctock market and the men, who should use.tbe'cburch to establish a high Ideal and to create a body,.,

fL from many standpoints, tbe necessity GIRLS JUMP TO DEATH. incident thereto. ROME' LAWYER, IN TROUBLE. of sentiment against all kinds Injustice and public knavery, ?;standing; ;

1. apart. They despise the drunkard because a body of shame has beenplaced-,:
of the conservatism of this sourcet -
Fatal Panic Results From Fire In Knitting CIVIL WAR WAS AVERTED. upon him by a feminized, church, but they give the hand of fellowship to ttM''
of our natural wealth; and Charged With Attempt to Defraud
Mills.Thre man who Is a thousand times worse than the drunkard-. the corruptlonlst an4
t Whereas The perpetuation of our Use of Malls. -
Declaration of Federal Judge Jones .at Through the buslncaj fraud. 1'i 1- v|
/ 'forests can only be. done by the natural girls were killed, ten seriously Hearing of Railroad C..... Charles E. Davis,' an attorney oi + - "

'i '. wealth; and injured and a score or more slightly: Judge Jones of the United .States Rome, Ga., was Wednesday arraigned ; I ,awhy ",
Be it resolved, That the Appalachian before' United States Commissioner \" ..
:
1'
. In the Imperial Knitting' Ala.
fire hearing the
hurt'at
', a court at Montgomery, ... I Z. "
National AeeDclatlpn and affiliated Prlntup, In Rome,'charged with attemp m
company's. mill at Scranton Pa., FrlV. railroad litigation, stated from the ,
, bodies',_earnestly urge upon the congress : ting to defraud by using' the malls.

,, .' r of the United States the establishment Weakley bench during for the the state argument, that the of Judge state The government will make an effort Financiers Must'Go to 'the:

;:' : of national forests In the A'ppalachlan Eighty-five girls were at work on the the Injunction of to show that during the circulation ol .
, judges by obeying '
: region by the''prompt passage third floor when the fire broke out on \Clearing house certificates Davis wentto
t" the federal court, when they were urg- Farmers for Money
of the AppalachiancWhlte mountaln the ground floor. Itj quickly ascended ed to disobey"' it by other Interested Philadelphia, where he negotiatedwith 9

bill. r the elevator shaft and drove the girls civil a printing house for the production
parties, prevented a war. '
Resolved that the governors of all panic stricken, to tbe window openingon of 150,000 of these certificates, h e Wilson
He made this statement when Judge James \ Secretary of;Agriculture..
{ the southern states be requested to appoint the' fire escape The girls on the his alleging It Is stated, ,to be a member ..
Weakly had just "cod pie ted argument -
"
1' at once delegatlbns! not less upper part 'of'the fire escape crowded: of the Atlanta clearing house. The 'bW" w ... .. .
about the federal court not havIng
t than 20 members from their respective those ta front. Wlth'the flames envel printers became suspicious and notified coins. > :
' In the matter, and that "
1, states to,attend the hearing of the oping'them half of them jumped from jurisdiction the secret service, who turned the mat AST :year the farm;producta! of this
It was a matter of the state judges. 0600000000. This year they: will be worth from $500,000- ;
i bill authorities.FATHER ,
Appalachian-White mountalp on the third floor.DEPOSITORS ter over to the postal-
January 30 before the house committeeon .. L 000 to n. oo.oOOooo more,, It Is not possible to,,glv the ".
NEGROES LYNCH NEGRO exact: sum, but that tbe value of the crops,wlHbe' . agriculture and that"the FILE INTERVENTIONDemur TOOK THE DARE.
governors
this 1 lave doubL '
What other ;
"-- year no element of 'our population
themselves head their respective dele I produces a. much as thlsf. 1.:/ ' i iI '"
Citizens of North Carolina
gallons. to StatfJvof> Georgia Being .Made Colored Crossed Dead Line Drawn by Son and K have often told capitalists. that If they ''would make *,}
Refuse to Be Buncoed.A
Resolved, That Governor Hoke Smith a Prjl'Ved' Creditor. Town Was Instantly Killed.A their .railroad and other securities 'a*,safe,'as government,. I

.. of Georgia be requested to use his good Another Intervention in the litigation long distance telephone message brutal murder was committed 'at -- k2.s J.hfl' would have no trouble In borrowing money.- The

;' t offices with the governors' of other from Selma, N. C., reports' the lynchingat Davidson, N. C., Thursday morning, recent exposures of tbe methods of Juggling with railroad securities and alt '

state, in order to Insure their prompt between the State of Georgia'and Pine' Level Johnston.'county! : of a when Ezekiel Gregory, a farmer over that sort of'thing, have 'made' people doubtful abontwhere' to lead >their' '

-,- action In this vitally Important mat tbe ,Central growing Bank out of and the Trust claim Corporation of the mob.strange negro-_at' the bands, of a negro sixty ydars of age,, was killed with ana money.. The man who take, proper ..tepI.w11lnot, hare, difficulty'In! raising '

: 'I' ter. state for' lien ..stau : by his son, Dave. money. ;
.' yl Resolved. That'copies' of' these 'resolutions a on $204.373.98. The strange negro, purporting to beadvanc'e Following an altercation In regard The country bank Is close to the farmer/ ; Ills money is"deposited'there7 ll\

the- of the funds on deposit la the Neal Bank, has agent,of n "big show." faked aDd he receives Interest on It In Ironclad securities. ..The bank, hold the
be sent by secretary to arising, tbe son went from the houseInfo .
been filed In the superior court at Atlanta Into in the hands of the '
; the negro residents attendance on ; paper, but It Is virtually farmer. himself>
the 'yard and defied his father to
by several of the
seaaeon : depositors what turned out to be a one-man performance cross of With the Increase in the demand for Wetorn1; Southern money the,
a line drawn with the blade an ;
who ask to be allowed to
participatein by/ the strange darkey bin* details will be perfected and the'transactions will .be made"more and
more
questing their hearty and active s.po.eo' ax in the earth. The father crossed .
the distribution of the bank's estate eslf. His body was found at daylight directly with the farmer. This producer-of the real;wealth of the '..
countrT
.. port' and their votes for 'the near and demur to the claim of the ttte line and was ;{piled Instantly. Gregory '
j : on th.'Southern railroad tracks. I. coming to be snore of a' financier than it wan ever thought, he would.,aI14'"!'
.,. L"J ure. state. The demurrer was. allowed. Is In Jail In Charlotte. the end la nat yeL' ,. ,
'
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, ', ( ESTES SUCCUMBS TO WOUND.

VICTIMS OF WOOD ALCOHOL. NEVADA ASKS FOR' TROOPS. II; ..J,.....,;,.. HUGHES WAS NOT INDORSED.: 'Sliding Mountslns 'in I F;._ ,A Patl.nt'. ""last. Worded ,

'I;.* .i .' .' ;: Freight w"fr. another, sliding' mountainIn M..'de'
',b General Agent of Central Rail. iy There< ,. Caloone, one of tit* list,yri.

On. Dead, Two Mad. Blind and, Five LeglalatJr.Implores' oo.evelttq.Keep way Dies In Savannah.. After Rancorous Fight': New York R., France.. It stands, or stood,'"la the Istars of,finance of JUmU XVI.'In tyg

', "", .; Physically. Knocked.Out., 'f", Soldiers In .OoldA.ld Wilson"'Emory Estes, general freight publicans Fall to Act. Mende region. between the'communesof. : last illness .asked, for a pencil z.

John Hart of-the cruiser St. Louts, _' ThevNevada state seuate In;session agent of the Central"of Georgia 'railway After one of thebitterest fights 'In Msyruels:taad .De.Florae, _'which wrote down the following 1ror /
City"passed4t resolution seems to bodily and steadily the benefit of the doctor
Carson move who
on
i'' 1 Is dead at}Vallejo., Cat,:I from i the ,ef., at died in Savannah Wednesdayfrom its existence: ,-the New'York county republican -
Thursday"petitioning the to'malntalo.trooPB.ln from.. Its 'base with accompaniment him1 t "Doetenr.. coos m'a'
r president '
{ : mtd-
the accidental pistol'wound'Inflicted
: .1 foots ot wood alcohol. surrepUously, t- < committee adjourned at: '
until thelegislature' awe-inspiring.: detonations. One bet 'Bi vau'etes'uarhoaN.i ,
u. .k..." He Is ,the third victim In .a week. Goldflald, ,by his wife early Sunday morn nightThursdaynight/ without having peculiar'feature of .this landslide'', Is rsnoncea a'lA medietne'pour"
i i of
can.by ths.pasoa.ge, a '
., t to succumb ;,to 'the poisonous ,drink il; lug at his borne. The' ball which entered InMorsed any candidate for the presV thatlt.causes the whole country (Doctor, yon ''nave murder*,

a" ',' two other, aaUors are totally tuna from bw,provide either for'a police fore ,h1a' temple'wu extracted, and dential nomination.; &t mpto' Indorse around'to be almost Insufferably affected you are aa boneut.,mesa n'

:. ,;; *he same' cause and,, five other 'may or e.ms other m.tbod'of'lI a.1ntalnlDsUa. his oondlUon;; at jlrst.lye'promise olrecovery. Governor Hughes. 'filled and the' by Very offensive'sinells. --London practice' n.didae-for

,peas..' .;IJ. was for '0.. month.. Globe. minter Oazette; V C' ,
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W. ,p. HARRIS,.Editor sad Prop'r. !bad bAck removed; to entirely free ,

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b itt.t will me W rrtunwtf and'". his Prescription on,.we can fill them correctly, j COUNTY ASRNT. FOR,
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Pensacola, Fla.. ,lolls bow to- do it. HOME REMEDIES which j .
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t.t doe -.In JClMlmm..1'Ja. trIL CRATES
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are :
a He says: "}o'rum 'experience!: with j celebrated ,
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DoanN Kidney Pill I can strongly. '{ :; GRAIN -- E T Ct.? I

IL Friday,. January 24, 10O7. '_ recommend Uiein-io any one In need ol FULL LINE ClrcvUn ..4 rrlc.i .. ( >'
TOILET i'r
+ a jfuod medicine for the kidneys.; Kidney ARTICLES. : F..I...... .. A..I .tlo...
.' complaint end bac4cao.be caijsed
r'I mettuflerlnii ai.. Intervals. for
year
Bisbop Candler on Will Bryin.Hon. I-
I 'The first<>r Htxioud attack I did not "
William J. Urya'n, recently mind, but HIT time went by they grew i HIDE; F URS WOOL :
''appointed to succeed Senator Mallory worse! and at times lld'' me up. I -.Rr.AuAca/k.h/ Rli.adt tAr Iit4a1u6.eu8.dxRta c. : j ,
r of Florida in the venue of the United could hardly walk and It 'was a difficult ,
tUatei' !. to a graduate of Emory Col- ] -Htralthlii) lifter, stooping Picture dI 1.
J.W. HonldiDg. C'ouc.tr e c 1 a.11y. '
lelBe: wa graduated during the while the kidney secretions were fliOMPSOJ Produce a. ,
of Chandler, and! Irregular and unnatural.. Ooan'n. Kid- i, t
preside bebop -
: ay 'A friend asked eel 1'IIUcurml. mo. r"roin personal) j
f All Kinds l
1 the Bishop about Senator .Bryan he experience \., know I that this remedycan 'I't of Frames j ._--- .
replied: be depended upon to fulfill\ therepresentations FUNERAL DIRECTOR ( made lo Order, .. er.ad3s..lklhAt/R.hclk', Mkt ilhih hitsacs.-- ,
!? "Yes, I know Senator Bryan well, I made for It. j \ .
: nay say I have known him from his For Bale by all dealer. Prton foocnta. 1 LICENSED EMBALMER "" "."""" "" "" iSiIISSSmS ZIII SS L
} youth. Ha Is one of my old boys, and Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo!' ] attention Given ?
4 Prompt to
u no teacher ever had a better pupil New York Hole agents for tile United | R. S & Go
> than be..a.. William Bran Is one Htaten. orders sent by mail or Floyd f .
; : '. Also Nice Line of Ladies' I .
of the truest and brightest men in the member the uame-Doan -end and telegraph.Residence .
II: "
I outh. Qe is A man of uncommon native take no other. learn l

&: : gifts, and he.i has always been.a. -. -- -- '" .. Cents' Burial Robes. \.. .
"'. carefni student' He wa. among Jobe( West Side of kNEW
GROCERS
>first men in his class at Emory College, & .:..
0' =
PHONE 78 Court .
House .
Square.ticaM1
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and in
t : subsequently was graduated c
law with distinction' at WashingtonAnd J ,.........,.....i&.....'" "'ou'Ja...>AtJlJt..........> rsk.A. ,, .'.::66".JIIJa.M; i.
Lee University. ?If I remember -. -' ._ .... = FIRM NEW GOODS .
-' ..
- -- -' -
I D.ROTDNDOFancy = = = = -=; : =- =: :: : = :::::: ;::: "
correctly he Tucker was a law that pupil famous of JUdll'8Jtandolpb insti I t I --w t
r.
tution. Nobler than all intellectual ,
gifts are his moral qualities. Will R. L. HARRIS; M. D. J. A.' MC BWAN.HARRIS' Full Line of High Grade Fresh It

Bryan," a. we called him when a boy and Groceries ..
Emory was the soul of honor He Family Fancy
has the courage of his convictions because and Family Gro SAN TORIUM. FREE DELIVERY
1 he has convictions, I confidentlyexpect !
I
i him to distinguish himself In ceries. ORLANDO FLA d
,, the senate, or, in aty other .relationthat ". '
Prices Right) KiSNIUlDu; Flif.'] .
"
he may to the public .
occupy
i aeryice. .. A Privat Institution built and equipped with all modem .. 1f

'Certainly, he is a young; man; else .( conveniences' for Surgical work and the care afid treatment. of t.-...IF.ts..i..tr.t,..... 'v.'U'......P....rwF.tr.,.....P....fir'v'w. irq '
bow oould he have been a pupil of Fresh Fruits, Nuts and the sick. n
mine? I mvself.
am no graybeard
Bat Pitt WAS A vounr* roan when lie Confectioneries. Terms Reasonable. Write for Particulars. BUDDED TREES !
rendered bis highest service to Eng
i land.Will Bryan! A young maID riH '

I but bets not 'a raw man. He will __' _u_. ___ -_-_ __ __ __ _-__ __ ___ __ islesworth ,
not be but Nurseries. ,
A KArrulous senator* when
he speaks be will say scmetblng Full Line Canned Goods. +

worthy of UM Attention of the greatenl Cigars and Tobacco. ..
t ; parliamentary body in all the world. I i CHASE & CO., PPDPHIHTORS J. W- HOARD, AGENT ti
r lie will speak with dignity, clearness
t and eloquence. 4w t We will have ready for next Fall aDd Winter planting: general

i ,. "No, be will not be called 'the boy I assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie
tie. Our trees are budded on Rood healthy rough Lemon and
senator. He I. a man, and his ASSOUtes Ooods are AlUFresh and
In the senate will not be long I Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from lunecu pests of any kind. F'
.. Boding it oat.' Modest, and with a Prices Low. All budded from bearing tree. In our prove and therefore true to 5 So.
ah One sense of propriety, he will not L name Our facilities for II'rowlnaDur.ery stock Are second to . r. r
: break out in ', demagogical utterAQoes none'and our trees are AS fine AS money .Dd twenty year's exper ..'. 1a
) but ulllvl command alien fence can produce. We are mklng specialty this season of the II W
dOD by the force of his thought without '" .--, -- - .---- .. -- .- famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the T
't t any resort to sensationalism. fence Posts for Sale. Florida Midwinter International Exposition greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come dlI ;
; "Florida'and, whole. country I ban.arflne lot of round Jltfhtwood JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. reel. from the bent beaa'IDI.rees: In the district now famous for producing ""
: will be well served. by him. predict fence poets. which will "be delivered j FROM JANUARY laTH TO APRIL ISTM. t&OQ.TKk the best. Valenclas In California, ." "
f tor him a great career. Naturally Ispeak Anywhere in Ktsslramee.. Prices: 6-ft, 1 Lu..Mt ExpnitloB IC.,...Held fat tM$t&... OpwUI FMIUM BT.T 1M,. for Pricesto'J: W. 1
Write HOARD
with the wArmth of ,. I Sfotar Bot R.e... Air hblp' BOOM.Band and tM Midway. attraction will M UM ...., war!h Gotha. Fla. or call and see our Nur-
personal lOc; 7-ft, 12o,; 8-ft, "
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15c.T. UM But. dins from the JunMtown Exporitkm. series at Waco onvFlorida Midland R. R.
Attachment for him, hut he won my H. SMITH.9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC. e i j
t regard by his merits sure I .
!' do not Orel-estimate hisexnlic: "
:,R Us can be trusted absolutely And un .

.'. t reservedly.made no mistake Governor by appointing Broward him ban. WATCH THIS 'SPA CXE r:,""

to fill the unexplred: term of the late .
Senator Mallory. and 1 dare say the / j.
tale of Florida will retain him in the -r
place when his present commission :

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xootly Last set week of found armless. upon, legless our,streets crippled a -t When Wanting New Rubber Tires '

: beggArs, evidently' tn part or In whole I.Card of. Thanks.
those who bad been ordered out of the I 11 peLe
'J,' limits of Jacksonville and, Orlando. TILE---KissimmeeDr, g Co. t ": ; .
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'These places as well aa a few othershave Leb
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determined rid
k themselves of "N T .I,
such people for they as a class are EDITOR VALLEY GAZETTE: ii toE.

\. Professional, having means And earn Write R. L. HOLLAND ORLANDO FLA..
day than the majority of WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. E.tt'
: ,,' honest workmen. In. two instances the Only Rubber Tire Man iti South Flor .We are too busy this Week winding up the old year's business to

k ;'I Jacksonville last week when And arrests the parties. were searchedone made In W carry the largest and ida. He does the work right and his price t write an advertisement. but you can just say to our friends and customers '_ ..' tou

WAS found to have over twenty most varied stock of our line isright. See him before you go elsewhere.He that we are truly grateful for the splendid patronage that haa "' .. earb.
dollars and the other had hid
money in town. will save you money and freight. } .: .
all his g.
oven 1 person, even: to concealing j'
been accorded: us during the past year and will endeavor to merit
some In the folds of his turned-up We carry )cone but the a ';
l trousers.1' The legless man driven out freshest and purest of drugs continuance of the in the future.
of this city It !said spent money In Respectfully, same .' [
law resorts' and A blind man went on at all times
a spree. Begging on our streets Very truly .
Your filled ,
prescriptions are V.
,, should never be permitted, for'' our suM
Charity Association will care for our by a Graduate in Pharmacy R. L. HOLLAND .
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... own needy, and traveling professionals besides! five, Jrears'actual ex H O. STANFORD
f :;s re not_ worthy' objects. It Is not perience. : OOOt.Co tbso
proper Dor.cha..II.Y, to Allow yourself -
< to be imposed upon by such charac. Doesn't this mean some- a.

....... If you wish to be charitable thing? .. r OOOOOOI
II Ive to the Charity Association &nJItem A. CARSON.Prwldeiil.. J. A. CRANFORD. tb
iet Isvestlgate and decide who dee We carry.sufficient help to N 1.NwKwv + +1NVtvvNNV NK-- Y'-'P..Idoat.' 8.L. LUPrER.: ,+ ear
fvea old-Gainesville\ Elevator. i ij deliver packages withina BanVrr OIJ
your
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chase. This is not idle .
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a stage and Ballard Snow Llnl.a KISSIMM
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.meat plats A most .. It boasting;but we want your LUMBER CO.
has oo superior. for rheumatism, stiff business and we know .we 'y. evw
'Joints, cuts, sprains and All pains. can please. L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor. i
,, Bu, ittry it and you will Always use I Iil ,
}, .... Anybody who has used.Ballard' r----------------- i ,, :r soi
Snow Liniment Is A living proof of _. BROADWAYPh "f I, M
,what It does. LIVERY SALE and BOARDING s Rough and Dressed
Buy a trial bottle. 25o, -60o and tl, Kissimmee Drug Co.Kissimmee il -4 tau
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For sAle by Robes-son's Pharmacy..r 103.Ii i
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: Marioa. Votes Wet. oooOOooooOoOooooocN Well equipped, with New Stock'and Vehicles and $ .

*7 .Ocala, Jan. 22.: -The returns from prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis- S "
V r .Hot the precincts show that Marlon t", ti DyfOl
county yesterday voted wet by A majority CITY BARBER SHOP faction. II : "
of 4O out of nearly 2,000., The HOUSE BILLS All .
coolest WAS a most exciting: one and SPECIALTY...--,*. :

abe their"wets"victory.are very The enthusiastic prohibitionists over Now Open for Business . .. HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. .. i ,j J,; fit.ml

claim that their defeAt WAS due to the.negroes in'Patrick's Old Stand. "" t''.:'' IDI
whovoted, for the sAloons.' bola
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The vote was exceedingly: close Allover NEW CHAIR --- - ----- - -------a-------- : --- COMPANY:. ;

.'# the county:, _'_._____, .I.IW"r HFV s''ti'Yri'4g'rrraR' -_tpr v.rRrye, JAOK60NVILLHj 'L.A. :

: .EW' RAZORS. NORTIt: Lone:DUUac Rtes. 874. 11, Oem 5'...... -... ,' > .Ir a1]
IISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. .iI,
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should your baby suffer. ? When he NEW EVERYTHING 4i ,.
: Is fretful and restless, don't experi Portable and 8t.atloDery ''.
M' moutonhim and use any 'old"'' \bID" "DdBollere; Sawmill.; WoodworkiDirMAchineryAndUupplles.com- If. r t.oJ
t Q< recommend.. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I f E
your neighbor Buy a C. W Griffiii >
;bottle of White's CreAm Vermifuge. 1 i 1 fleU )lne carried In stock. Liberal "\ ;. alt
greatest! known worm medicine and 'OI1 NO PAY: Urms. Write,, for OAtAlome. v-s:;1.'',
...r.for all children's dl....... It I. State Agents for the Old. Oar aed :\ '\, ,ell

..saild w> Its _clon, builds up the sys- \ -.,. .. Groceries '11 .'chof
VMS make thin, puny babies fat. IineSpnaisladl. for Sale. ,Fancy',Family J J", "dllI
C. Bmith., Tampa, i BXlaeaeMACHINERY
MrsJ. : ( Fla. I<< alt
.- writes-,"My baby was thin and slek ''Spanish Jack, It hand high, & : Fresh Meats. ( !}
1\';could not retain its food and erted years old. Well trained. "Must" be : ",
alb nla-bt.J used cos bottle of White's sold on account of death of the owner; < '' & 'i trj
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Cream VermtfuRe and in a' few days Also six young horses' Inquire ofL. .. DelllaeriJt.r". Dsy pt any Hour., Patronage Solicited agwe
-and wall," H. -Kisslmmes I. L. S : BRING OS YOUR : /
was laughing, happy Ingram .or:' JOB. PRINTING -
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'ore MARKED LOW.Rocker.. of? all kind., ,

'Book Cases, Side' Boards,. We nave beautiful assortment.
Fancy Silver Piece, Vases, Cup and
Baucfirs. Cake Plate. Berry and Water
China "Cloaeta, Din j i n. g .
1' 8etatb 801.d'DGhe.lho. Dont, fall to
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Beds, and Bed, 'Springs.' ; j, ;, FOR THE CHILDREN

I. We have a complete line of Doll. Doll +1 i''
We Carry a, Full l Line. :..w- Carriages Rocking Horror Drums. ; '
B.lli. Alp Guns Exprta* Wagons. BIG :
LINE OF A and 10 CENT TOY,
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A Spendid Line or Bugs and Matting at Most' ..
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lmmee.Val1cu Gazette + goods at 'and below cost I' Hats at half price at ,Mrs. pm y'. The Fay Stocking: for children and l'Atteatloa. U. C V. Alfred Ivtr-
The KIf& .
> Plllev'n millinery store. ladles at Stanford Co.

------ .- -- and M.' ;.. H. KJ Willis, of Bra Mrs. E. A. Russell has furnished Mr. A. J. Midler, ot T.t....,.. was son Camp "0. 1482.,
TwXBPHONB NO. 11. spent a' few days here!!, thl rooms for light housekeeping. 62-tf amen the visitor in town yesterday, You are hereby ordered to appearat
my office .in Kissimmee City on
Messrs. W. D. Taylor and Jeff W. H. Miller of Lloyd. Fla., spenta Thursday the 30th day of January, "?
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Kissiminee Drug!! Co's. Little Clay of Bessemer. Ala, arrived In dav or two'in Klsilmmee this week A.. D. 1"fol'J. the purpose of electingofficers .
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for
Granules Constipation
-B"I-" Liver and Bllllousness 51-it town yesterday and are guests of the Mr. Smith F. Kendrick of WhiteSprll1l1' for the ensuing year and for
. Park Hou,",. ",-was a visitor in town tills the purpose of making arrangementsto
W. B. NA/'INIB. barber shop at 1'atrlck'ri old week. be represented at the annual reun
:- at : Service by a tonsonial artist The Osceola Telephone Co. is preparing ion of the Third Brigade U/ O. V.., to 1 ;
t .r REPORT.ndinc with all the latest fad In to install. a telephone In the If you need anything In WinterGoods be held at Tampa, Fla., on the 18th. 1 .
OFPIOIAL WEATHER .' tf railroad section house at St. Cloud you save from 2ft to fiO percent and Ittb days of February 1908. All
AMfM*.to........fer w..k IVimFrldu I of Whit Pine and Tar Is a Junction for the convenience of the at Stanford Co. members are earnestly urged to be in,
.y. J,nl r, :; that will positively cure public Sheriff J. M. Walker and family attendance.' ,
tI.1"I. and cold. For sale at Kis Tourists left this week for a lea days visit with By order ofML A. DARNK8.
.: %J" Drug Co. ftl-tf continue to arrive every relatives at Baslnger.Miss Commanding.W .
day now and large number of su angers R. JOHNRTON'Adjutant.
- Rev. David D. Kldd will hold Lillian Watkins left :
I are today on
seen on our street Our hotel January 20. 1808.
in the Episcopal church on ' the noon train for West Palm Beach
facilities at present, however' are i
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.. ...... . 71 4&M .,. next. Morning service at. entirely inadequate to accommodateall where she will visit her cousin, Mrs. The :Florida State Association1' of "
Smtw&ur 72 toy I : evening service at. 4 o'clocn. who would come, but in a short Fesgle for several weeks, .' Postmaster. will hold their annual! '
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...... 7ft n H. Davidson a former time the will be Mr. Tlndall 'In i
'19 a.ao I new Graystone ready M. P. returned last meeting Tampa during the Fair-
' "w....-., .' .. .94V4 .1'. of the State Railroad Com for occupancy *..t.h over forty bed.r3ogts week from the East Coast,' where be February 80, 21 and 22.- The 'objectof '
ft.- me (MW and for.years one of .the and all modern improvement. went some weeks ago to put In a the association is the dissemination,,
citUen of Florida died at and convenience spring crop of tomatoes; H* reports of Information regarding, the work

. -" '-' .. home In Qulncy last Saturday. Cut' prices on woolen"toed at. Stanford laving planted about. six acre. on tags of the postoMo. department, and
- Valley Gaiette I* pleated to Co. Little River In the edge of the Everglades for a general exchange of ideas as to
> %* < i the condition of Col. Ader- and left them in charge* of an methods, etc. The Postmaster,General ; ;
< > s \ who ha been sol seriously ill, The editor of the alley Gasette I I. experienced trucker looking: thrifty of the United State and hU first
FIELD. i '' ." Improved and his phy Indebted to Mr. C. Caljer for some and One. Mr. Tlndall also did some assistant. will attend Ux meetings and
THE LOCAL i i Dr.' flicks,. DOW entertain fine cabbage and rutabaga turnip hunting in the 'glades and brought ( address the association'; Poatnaster
y' hope of his ultimate recovery. grown in Mr. T. W. Ellla'e garden in home,with buns quantity of valuable W. L. Van Dosor who Is e memberof
!, .. G. Parker and A. Martin west Kiislmme The garden aroundtown furs. Mr. Tlndall says' there is lea the executive committee, states. that
at Mich., arrived in the city are all. in fine condition, and water' in the Kvergladps!: than was all lourth-cl.erposimastsre are ellgl-
Sunday and are upending a few Mr. Kill'*. ,Binder Mr. Calver's su ever known before and that. the land' ible to membership and urge* all the
Wade the Tuner. Orlando. in the city. These gentlemen pervision. Is among the best of them. where his crop i* now planted, .was postmaster in the county. $0'attend
Vegetable were never more plentiful three feet under water' a these meeting.
last winter, on the East Coast, year ago I .
Dwelling*, for rent, apply to M. are more .favorably Impressed11 riD Kissimmee. at,/thls, -season of the 1CMIt. r

Tiller., this section and -are enjoying year.
For Sale,-Georgia SeedPCor n. $1 soujourn here. They are See those Hub-Dry. Towel at Stan '.=.ft:7; : : :-' -:-. '
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a peck. ........
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In ball for the party of llartow KenleweD.. some Harry A. Perwctf' and C.
thlAvday.atMr. *. Pille,... ere wflll) known here-have Perwr Buck arrived from Philadelphiaon J. .% -
pelt It rich. A few years ago Monday and are guests at. the Inn.T.ese MACH B9a.e :
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Leave packages for the White W Clark J. A. Fort, W. B.
gentlemen here
are on a pleasure .
..111WANTED.Wom.o 1
'wltb Qulnn Edmond on J. G. Boyd Fred Mc- .
Laundry. trip, and are havinga sailboatf ....,-
to cook and boy and T. L.// Wilson bought a built, with 'which to make the trip
to work around house. Apply to L. to body of lan& which has since of through by water to Fort Myers.. By Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
E. Barbeau.The u prospected. found.and These large deposit gentlemen the time the boat'I is ready' they expect. , 04.
to be Joined by a party of two or three '
Episcopal church has recently.which just sold a portion of their more, friend who will make the trip WOOD--DRAYINQ: ?.
received a coat. of fresh paint l. at a price which the Bartow through the Everglades with them. s j
adds much to Its appearance. -rnformant' states' was .upward, This Is a water trip of three hundred Everything Ncw.and:: FlrHt-ClaHS.: 'We will
Bale.-Bowling alley, with at I mile through the wildest part of "
complete For let of balls and pins. Big e Johnston, MOM of Mr. John Florida, and affords the beat hunting Render, Prompt and Satisfactory Service '.,
b. B. C FOUNTAIN. 01 died last Friday morning and fishing! to be found anywhere in Day: or. Night..' All. Kinds
eJln. was burled on Sunday. The de I In the country and as these, gentlemen '
Qulnn Edmondson will call and ire young man who, wa nearly have no special object In burry- lleavyjilanling, .
'+ your packages for the Whit 'Star ., year of age had been afflicted> : lug through, they will' strike. camp '. -
Laundry. 4'7.t.fFoB P. infancy, as a result of lung whenever the spirit move.them and AT BEAMAN'Q OLD 8 AND. PHONE 113. '
SALT-A SeCOnd-hand cook 1"M ', contracted when he was only enjoy to the fullest extent thus "i poru- ...... "'" '"'"" "
J No. 8. Good a* new See month old. His affliction made, man's Paradise." il .i
stove
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Mr. Morrison at. the Opera. House. a source con.t.allt.c.re
i on the part of the entire I -
\ Try the new barber shop _very I ,, and the absence of.this loving.
Wing .ew and up W-date.. Sharp ra< willingly rendered' has left
tore' 4tean towel flrat-class serviceFlorshelm'e in the heart of each which i '

I $6 Patent Oxfords are alone can efface. Sale tJ.!
''t the correct thing as tai style comfort, '. S. B. Aultman came ,up from Big Millinery ,
etc. Found at B. C. Stanford Co. Saturday where be 1* engaged
onlv. real! estate business wIth and stayed
fam
:"}, The Christian. .od Missionary Alliance here returned till Tuesday Tuesday afternoon his ,

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'I,: win hold services at their hall by Mr. Aultman and I .... :
Tuesdayevening.
In North Kissimmee next: Uettie whom he will take" out to : '.. ,

.* .... to spend week or so. I .-".......... '
Fof'Ortrclas work, umoEdmohe Aultman has" a fine orange I U ,
'XI White Star Laundry. Q at the latter place, which has a i 4
J. son will call for and deliver your crop of fruit this year, still. on : .}
I' *". He also has a nice launch
tree
"4, '," packages. the 1Jarooosseeturpeotloe Lake Thonotosaaia, and hi* fam Now is the time to save money. For the next. ',,4
Mr. L. R. Farmer are anticipating a pleasant stay '.
magnate, spent a few" day I .

;, fctti Tampa taatter this*. week looking after busIness A. Issued following by Captain Invitations and Mr have. thirty days I will offer -my entire stock -of :Millinery "

bunch kevs attached to .. y
FoundS of '
>', Johnson: ..
4. a bras chain. Owner can have same ': Capt. and Mr. Clay Johnson .
,,J by owning at this office and paying the honor of your presence at a .Big Reduction. ; / :
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Do you need a new suit? to ', '

and please If vouprefer you either having In readymade it Mr O.brlel"eorll. Steffee Untrimmed Hats that were >'1.00'. nw' 60',Y:''r\/: '
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made we represent the bestKtAiralog ) fifth of February .. "" " v 'i
Untrimmed Hats that were : 1 50 now' .75 .. ,
house In.America. thousand nine hundred and eipbtat : 7; . /; :

Hon. C. A. Carson visited Tampa half after the o'clockSt. Untrimmed Hats that were 2 00 now 1 00 ', '
last.Monday and succeeded In Piling In John' Episcopal Church ",. '
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a large order for lumber for tne., Kis- Ktsslmibee. Florida. Trimmed Hats that were +tiS 00 now- 2 00
;'. slnvtnee Lumber Qnmpany ; last Wednesday, January 1st,
''.. cuff and1 shirts 3 o'clock, Miss Hattie Blake and I' -.Trimmed Hats that were ... 5 00. now. 8'25 ,.
... Send your collars Laundry. W".nEdmondion : W. W Jackson were united in .
to the White Star ack- < for your nor" :
will call : .
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47-tf G. F. Taylor officiating. At the .
ages It you will notify' him. '' of' Uendelsiohn's,. wedding ... .. v .' ;
have .1. rendered by Miss Mamie Col-
We understand. petltloo &
,ready been sent out and are being : . the bridal. party entered the Similar Reductions<< **!]] .be made on Caps and Ready-t -WeDr Goods* .
I .'circulated for signer 10he| rural J ,.which was. beautifully deco -,r'A ,
"4 district to call ,. "w.'or. ""dry. for the occasion. The happy This is below.Actual Cost.'', Come early andm akoyopr'stelectionfs y'''
: left on the, aouthbound train > ; *
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\ Atlanta. 0. they in v
; frtonJ.\wer\' ; pleiUd Murphv'amany to .ee *Ilia out,. )" several! day with/ Mr. Jack- : :2:"
4 threeweeks'Tonflneinintwlth '* parent. They will make their : 'M\ils."RJL1-EY:
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Judge. .:Spear win Cha rg "Qra"d Jury Mbar. YOU. 'were ;Jla New. 'TorarV.ln-' y

; IMSTWIStIESFOR :- U-NAi i J That. CKibs. Keeping. Booze... Will uttered the Indiana\ literary "expert- SUGGESTIONS i ''

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Rev. Georgo A E. Troutman, Ml ..' !--- ,latt4tr'. reply "As far as I can 'remember FOR THE

Savannah'special says: Trouble of we only visited\ tin of 'em. UP-TO-DATE '

T' Washington,, Mo. Writes; deep naturals' : looming ahead for tbe an' I didn't par much attention/ to II r

locker 'clubs i"of Georgia, those oases their\ ,location,"-Cleveland \ Plain t: AGRICULTURIST "4 h ,

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Believers in Pe-ru-na.11' ''. &.04.u..to which those ''who are sore 'Vo mN'ir'w YS...,', : ', :;'K, .. Jrade the! Herd. also the-aeedi'....or'the weeds, and too

ftblrsf: ar9r ; wont to wen their way. "Tie Id'Mt" exclaimed\ Mr: Kadby Gradually to grade your herd up to much, care cannot be taken to avoid

? This trouble Is Dot that whlcn' I. "I, wonder'' why that woman 1. the greatest,production, you1' ,must continually this. The carelessness of those who!

Catarrh and La Orlppe. MY i" fe lurking In ,the a'pproachinr'febeslon. ) of 'watching'roe> eor, weed out the poor cows, and allow thistles and other hurtful 1 plants

Hev. OXA.. ''E Troutman, MX '' the legislature/ Either, but'lt's tv 1tstha. "Probably.. repllgilber/ husband.' ,never sell your best ones. You should to remain in 'their Yields cannot be>>

%V..hingtosMo"writo.t Mywlfa 3 clubs' iu thesterm of the United States /'.h.'. trying to JJnd out ,.why you'are" always use a thoroughbred\ sire, nevera too much condemned as they exhaustthe

end laraatroog' '_ eUmz.iJ Ptrl1A". court forthe, southern dlstriot"ot Goor.which .- staring i et b er."-"Phllade-lphla'' .>years: grade or a scrub unless you are -willIng Boll multiply their kind and

j Li alj )I II whlcss'to In to drop down In tho'game. And greatly decrease the",value of. the farm., r
vK. : ; ) convene. 9A. annah --: Ueafoo.tC..n t 'ne'durec when i-The Epltomlst. *
I on iFebruary" 80Monday.Judge buying this part 'of :your outfitalways
/
bylocal application thaynanoot reach the } remember, that the better -,
Emory Speer soundedthe (Uieaaed portion of the ear. Then I*only one
the dam the The R.t' PssL
better
the
docket 'tor the tar "; He. will\ return "way to cure deafneta, end'thafr im by constitutional progeny), and '
tbe last The rat'Is the of'tbe '
remediaL ness iscaiwed byes pay dollar you can raise Into scourge poul.
7 to' bold court beginning/ February 20. inflamed condition of the Macon llnitg ot: the best. you can get-C. I. Hood Itv try yards, destroying hundreds of
Asked about the status of the locker theEu.tschianTube;' When this tabeia in- the American Cultivator. chicks annually. < There are 'method"j

Iii! clubs In Georgia, Judge Speer cauaod' famedyoabav.arumbling hearing and when it u aoandorlmparfeot entirely doted- of Setting rid of them. and the work**

great surprise when he said that he Deaf siaeaU the result;and nnVeea the inflammation Winter and Summer .Rations. U not very difficult: -To destroy them,.

t f iv would charge the United States grand to can iu ba normal taken condition ottt and( : this bearing will restored Prof. Guthrle, of the Ohio State la not 'to 'begin by mailing war da

jury that the''' clubs are conducted In destroyed tore"....' Nlnacaaaa out ot tan University In his little 'hooll, "Facts them but first to"securetheir. ,:' conndeuce. -'
are caused bycatarrli which. Isnothlngbutan Feed .them In one place i'' they
opposition to the statute requiring that and. Helps" gives several rations from ;
inflamed condition ot tbe
surfaces./
munotm
will\ soon learn to expect being-'fed;
l' each place where"Ilqur1s sold or dealt We will give( One Hundred Dollar for any which the following are selected. : .
and will be
on the ground .
iVflf. way '' caaaofDeafneiMcaaMibycaUrrbtbatran( ) < Witter nation.-Oats.bran and glu promptly.Do
In any shall 'pay a license of $25 not be curedby Ball''.t tarrh Care Sradfor ten food not bo In a hurry ''to kill ,them

l'I V, R Graxcr.4. .1 ba4x .In the federal government. Each and circular:: t...... F.J.I aaKay A Va.,TO:
pounds
Bold by Druggists, 7Ao. per cow. '
I 4.: F every member of the clubs said JudgeS Take l1a! '..Family Pill for OODltipatlolloBUTTl About forty pounds silage and all this know whero to get Its food, and t<,' v'
|>oer, Ia under the law liable. for sucha clover hay they will eat. believe\ that you are It. best'friend.

license He Is required to take out Summer Ration.-Posture. Mixed: Then double tbo'qnonUty' of food at <

Walnut lithe Cincinnati Ohio, write.: such a license and tb post It In a conspicuous G IN. grasses. Two bran some time, using poison and .all rats
parts one part
aeveral 1 have been troubled "I "
I II "For yean want you to writ me a play that death will '
t place. Thus far the members corn meal. From escape leave as they;
with a peculiar apaamodio /Teo'u. of "What sort two to ten poundsper
of
the throat. It would aeue, me suddenly have in no case compiled with this law, a play cow per day, depending on flow. are suspicious when once foolod.'" By. '
I and fur a few ''miDut. I would be unabl. "Well. we. have seventeen special this plan all the rats can, be destroyedat
; and and the judge says he will\ charge the ties. About six pound. 'silage.
to speak audibly; my breath would be Get me up enough stuff to one operation. In the course of
greatly iplarfered with. I would be obliged to this omission. ---
fir Investigate .wedge 'em apart. -Louisville. Cour- time a new generation apPearthat
to for breath. may
I 'K i pap This; ef course, would mean the death lerJoumal.TOee Cost of Producing Milk.
it "I finally' 'concluded that it waa some Jtnows you not, but use thf "con
ft.talThalf'M'tlon/ which probably exaitad of the locker clubs I After a year's. observation with the fidence. game" on them, as with the ,h,
I
the ton, apnam.aa. a preacher It interfered! attacking. with me my occasionally voce Judge Speer said the Impression prevails Cored In A to 14 Day*. I dairy herd at Cornell University, Prof. first lot. -/T

I -in tbe pulpit. up the state that no Savannah Paso Ointment guaranteed to cure any : Wing reaches the following conclusions A farm can also be rendered disagreeable
t *, JI had heard ao mach about Peruna aa caeeof Itchinc..Blind.Blaedlngor Protruding regarding the food ''cost of pro. (to rata, and they will leave.
Jury would take congiilzance ot
a catarrh remedy that I determined to failure: Piles in *to 16 day.ormoney refunded. COo. ducing milk: To
After two bolt lea Thishe do no, take concentrated lye and
try it. taking' my to observe the prohibition law.
trouble ha* til.,.pprarrd. I feel. anre With a fairly good herd carefullyfed pulverize it to fine condition. One advantage
that Perufin haa greatly benefited me." Is\ not Inclined to believe he said She: 'Doctor said I must keep my''' and kept, milk can be produced possessed by rata/ls'tliat/ they

Rer. I'. K. Swanatrom. Swedmh, Baptist for lie had found Savannah citizens oiouHh shut when In the cold, air." for slxty-flvo cents a hundredweight can go into their l holes, where they

r Pastor from, Box the 228 uae Grnntaburc of Peruna he Wia..writs.that i. perfectly ever ready to do their duty as jurors. lies Titopen the window lav and fat for sixteen cents a pound for are lIare. Every: rat hole discovered:

r. well, entirely I cured of chronic diarrhea However, the judge naively continued xttedlately.tionJon Tlt-Bits. the cost of food consumed. should have a little of tile pulverisedlye

and catarrh. that If he found It, necessary he might That Individuals of the same breed '! sprinkled therein.. Treat all new

' call upon the 'sturdy yeomanryof ttul- Itch cured in 30( minutes by Woolford'eSanitary vary more widely In milk and butter holes In the same manner. The lye,
I ; t was cured of a bad caaa ot catarrh when! Pernns In Tablet Form. Lotion. NeteriaiU. At drlJ Ull.ao production than do the breeds them being caustic
very causes sore feet
loch, Emanuel Screen and other'
1(1 \nothing' alee that I tried bad any effect. selves.Tbe.
I (.. .Jlr-wifa. was cared from a _r. cauanf For two yeara Dr. Hartman and him as. neighboring counties to come to his Korea on the bodies, and sore throats 'St
', la grippe} and we feel that the lent aiatanta have inceaaantly labored to create A Story of Fires.Figures large anImals I consumed'! lass (from lickIng otUer sores), and the
1'eruna in tablet form and their aid In enforcing the law.
we can do ia to gratefully acknowledge the treiwnooa pounds of dry material per looo
.collected by the International ruts will leave Iu dl gust.-Farm and
labon have been crowned with
iuat
--'t of Pernna."My It was quite evident that Judge Speer
pounds live weight a day than did the
wife joins ma b) Beading: beat wl.". e _. People who object to liquid medicine Society of State and Municipal Fireside.
zed far your aucceaa." can now secure Peruna 'l'a918ta.? was fully Informed of the rapid growthof Building Commissioners and Inspectors smaller animals.
t' which represent the medicinal incradunisof the locker clubs In the city. That In general the best yields of
Throat Trouble. of Each t blet is equivalent\ tot show that every week, on an How To Get Ideal Milk.
Her, H..,W.,, Tate 620 Lincoln Avenue, rtf:: aeng. Are of Peruna kAsk' average Ores In the United State fat were obtained from cows that gave The suggestions contained the
Free Almanac POLICE CHIEF SUSPENDED. burn t up three theatres three public at least a fairly large flow of milk. following from the Springfield Republican
+ Your Druggist for Peruna for 19NLI
In general, the cows consuming the
tails, twelve churches, ten schools, were Intended for dairymen who
Must face Courts on Charge of At two hospitals, two asylums, two "col most food produced both milk and.fat soil milk but are equally applicable

tempting to Kill Editor. leges." six apartment-bouses, three department at the lowest rate. to all who have milk to care for, in :....
.For the of milk and fat
Charges of malfeasance In omce stores, two Jails, twentysixhotelsrtbe production making' butter or cheese. etc. *\
area at seashore resorts there Is no food so cheap as good The following circular entitled
r have been made In New Orleans "
this summer will raise the hotel sver- pasture grass. -Ideal Milk," was widely distributed )
against Police Inspector Whitaker for age-140 "flat" houses, and 1.60O ----.. at the recent fair of the Washington

S shooting at L. M. Leveque, a newspaper Ingle dwelling houses. Such a rec- Best Food For Horses. County Agricultural Society at Peace

rt' .Non AY ALt editor. o.rdof waste is bad, but It Is not Good clean oats are reckoned. VlTO Dale, R. I. The Improvement Q{ the

t"' PRICE.OPyI, troyavcRrMCM.ER t IAmlLV, Whltakar, who was suspended, with surprising In a land of wooden build Very best feed that can be given to milk supply may be brIefly BummarIzcd .

garM, gbYl<, ,!OMEN, MISOLS AND C141 five of his detectives, who were with Ings. Moreover many of the buildings horses. An old horseman says that under two beads::

,. ";. .!'ll'lr 'C::"" him, has Issued a lengthy statement destroyed would have been tdrn oats give due to the albuminoid found }'frllt-1l11I the farmer's part to fui-
'i ..,,...= tn -.uch oats, and that it gives the DIsh clean milk.
.* ...,.. :7"Q defending his action. Wbitaker says down it. they had not burned, A. ..
.. .: he believes himself justified In resenting countryman who suffered from a'slight ,horse his fire and snap.jvhlch IB so Second-1-The consumer must take
"if&. 'MAea-="", / E._ lost desirable In the saddle "driving ani proper care of that milk to keep It'
,lII iJ'r: ..-r.-: -.,..., _J Ju It... the abuse Leveque: bad heaped lire said he had two houses and Y
three barns, If counted the doghouses mal. Some other food stuffs he gays Clean.
-W.I.Otortn$4andS5B ttn8hMiCmttD! E uIM! AI Acf MM I him In the editorial column you
upon .0
can usually be added to the oat ration 1. The farmer should provide .
1 ...tea MM/Mr the chicken-house and the : a
-Y e1.a.a/
., 'j *:;! Ow4 z&iZsiyisx? =s ?& It.. fli The World.The and by so doing reduce the cost barn. .
L, slag* ...,. .,. .M q 1J.r s :.::' w J&- his cowshed.. In such lists as tbe foregoing proper
Inspector'and five detectives a house (Is a house belt>> ever bf the grain ration. Some bran.'shorts, (a) Well ventilated.b.Kasy .

were arraigned In the first city criminal so worthless,' and a "college".'may corn, gluten feed, barley, wheat and ( to keep clean, with,smooth

!LlghtSAWMILts CHRONIC court and given a preliminary hear call ,itself so even .If It occupies but 'a' great variety of other feed stuffs doors,' walls and ceilings.,:;lt, ,,' "' '

: ing. : All of ,them pleaded t not guilt/ three rooms,", and does mo.t.of Itsguslneaa"by''mallYouth's might be mentioned In this conn c' 4 (c) Proper;;'feed t boxeslpreferably\ . ,
; Ball was. fixed at $2,000 la'the case Companion. tlon..* Oats should always constituteat each1 cow' bo vIOl;'"her, own-not connected ' ,i

LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES of WhlUker and at 1.000 'In that, ol least oned salt\ and' better still, with any other-and approved'
RHEUMATISM two-thirds of/the; ration. Three'parts balanced rations. n
XSJAWstAND, SUPPLIES'tVrEAM I ANPCentre each detective.{ The charge againstall oats, two parts corn and one part of (d) Pure water, preferably In separTV.

t 'GASOLINE" ItNGIItIt.. ... ry", : of ,the men was shooting with Intent A PUSHING LINe either bran, shorts or gluten feed will ate troughs.
"P' , to kill. The maximum sentencefor A par1y' or'travelloc men in a Chi results. Regarding the
A routine
give good (e) dully providing open,
aid. STIFFNESSAre this offence in Louisiana is twenty .the hotel wore.one day boasting of amount of roughness and grain to be aIr life during; a. part of each day.
In the penitentiary ;| business done by their respective : will'vary depending upon
Atlas years fed, It some, (0) Periodic inspection cows ton
EnginesCA firms[ ,'. when one of the drummers the amount of labor to be performed.It symptoms of disease.

Speedily Relieved by a Hot Bath WANT CO-RECEIVER APPOINTED. bald: I. Is not best to feed over 10 or 12 2. Care In milking:, which Implies;; .

LOMBARD and Rubbing'with.. the,Antiseptic "No house In the country, I. am pounds of hay and from .,12 to 15 (a) A careful cleaning of the cows' ;

fmh, idkW .J IsiUt W. b ul lam $hli, Soothing, .Penetrating Stainless Clearing House/ Collateral. Now Figures. proud to say. hao more of men and Chan women pounds of grain to a horse which has washing the bag before milking. >j jb
its line goods
pushing work. of the hanflft
'AUOUSTA.GA. . regular ( ) Thorough washing
In Case of Defunct Bank. mine" '
. For horses'! which have light work, of the milker together with his entire
A petition has been filed In the superior ":what do you lieU?" be was' asked .
give about the same amount of roughness person .and clothing, even paying attention tl
CLEAN TO USE court at Atlanta by sIx depositors "Baby oarrlages\ shouted the and from six to ten pounds of to his hair eyebrows, teeth' <||

sof the suspended Neal bank, ask drummer, as he fled from the room.
I 97 Y / grain. This will have to be regulatedby and breath. c .
w.eaprS lug that a co-recehrer with the Central the amount of labor performed. It (c) The milker should milk with

..... tbM far an 1I : :fMI.NAR D5I Bank and Trust company -be ap BANISHED to not necessaryto cut the fodder orgrind I dry hands.

""sSJohnson's=:*far aad"::ntmUt.: '.. -ree- t pointed, and alleging that the Central Coffee Finally had to Go the grain for horses which have I (d) The barn should be kept free of

c'f Bank and Trust company as a memberof good teeth and plenty of time to feed. dust especially at milking time. .., /,

(' the Atlanta Clearing House Assocltlon. The way some persona cling to coffee Steamed feed or- a mash of some kind 3. After the milking, the milk, m)st

I .. LINIMENT Is attempting to'' make Itself a even after they know tt is dolt,4 should bo fed at least. twice a week. be Immediately cooled to a temperature

j i Ilt preferred creditor. t them barm is a pussier. But It Is an Indiana Farmer. If possible, as low as 45 degreesby

.tV!' J.g1 I easy matter to give It 'up for '!'good. means of Ice, and so kept at that
.! j ibtaaUiael And grateful letters from sufferers allover The petition says that $170.000 col. when. Postum Food Coffee is properly Weeds, and Soil) Adaptation. temperature until delivered. It must

IslslO, VoUs uL leoorA'TkkMkMraallyaa the world, prove!that this treatment lead* lateral notes are held by the trust company made and used'instead. ; 11 soils are not equally favorable be quickly removed from the neigh.
"
; .. east, a..Oee.. eoI"nfar, ..l It-fcaa, BejaaaalAt40e to permanent cure when all all else has failed of Georgia, as security for bal. A girl writes: ''"Mother had been, to the growth of weeds. It'is said thata borhood of the cow, and shielded from
at Druggist
aka. Uo; ..."" ,_ :. Zt.a'", Get It to day. 25o. anca due the clearing house, and asks suffering with nervous headaches for plant Injures the soil\ when It facilitates odors, and especially from dust; andso .,
J. a .iaIClSOJl a 00. Sent postpaid on receipt of price U
that theee notes be turned over to the seven weary years, but kept drinking or permits the growth of weeds should be caught In a pall with! a

your. dealer,"does not carry It FramIngham Mlnard' receiver and distributed to the creditors coffee. . which exhaust the. earth weary the closed 'top, or at least a pall providedwith
Co. South
Liniment Mfg. -
without preference. "One day I asked her why she did plant, appropriate to themselves a some .sort of cover, such as a, wet
( ) Maas.r .
not give up coffee, as a cousin of part of the nourishment, and hasten cloth. '

MANY BURIED IN SINGLE GRAVE. mine had done who had taken to the' decay. All plants not provided On the part of the consumer: 'i

Postum. But .mother'' was such a with an extensive system of large and (a), The milk should not be allowed ,

t slave to coffee she thought It would' vigorous. leaves to, cover the groundare to rise\ In temperature above CO degrees .
Sad Incidents Mark Aftermath of Boy be terrible to give it up. more or less injurious to the soil. until actually put In use.It

r o art own Theatre Horror. "Finally, one day, she made the The grains from their slender stalks should be stored In sterilized vesselsIn :

Despite many pleas Coroner Straus- change to Postum and quickly her rising In the air, and their long nar a separate. compartment elite re'

in the same soil with the same seed, headaches disappeared. One morning row leaves. enaJjy. admit into their frigerator. "-
'Postumso
Boyertown Fa. announced on while she drinking
ser at was
from Intervals those weeds that grow on (b) It should be' absolutely protet.ed .
labor and farm gives and with such relish I asked
expenses that unidentified dead freely
Saturday all the the surface, which being defended from dust and files. Therefore'Itshould
for taste.
a
must be burled at once. from beat and winds, grow by favorof be served at table In covered
Two to Three Times the Yield ofPOTATOES "That started me -on Postum and ,
injure. On the contrary : -
the grain they pitchers. I
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Twenty unclaimed bodies were consigned I now drink It more freely than I did
plants which cover the soil with (c) ito -rttTllc Into which\ a fly has
in Palrview coffee which never cornea Into our
to one huge trench their stalka to be used unless boil
: their leaves and ralae. fallen should ever ,
:: cemetery Saturday afternoon. One of house now."A at times stifle The of flies
girl friend of mine, one day, a moderate height, may ed. hairy legs collect
the saddest'sights of the whole horror all other plants that endeavor to 'growat 'bacteria.d .
and asked
Postum
/ saw mo drinking
Facts are better than any amount occurred .when six bpyjp-and girls, sisters ''If it was. coffee. I told her It was their roots and the earth remains ( ) Scrupulous care should be taken

r of .talk. flf.you want proof of the facts let, us send and their cousins, were burled together Postum and gave her some to take clean. It must be observed, however, to fill the milk bottle when, empt1ecL.< .

Free'Book Profitable Farming." It In one. grave. home, but 'forgot to tell her how to that this last Is not the case unless with sterile cold water; and rite<'f.
you,;our ,, make it."TheB. the soil Is adapted to the plants, and thorough rinsing It stfould' be filled

gives,the certified reports of a.great number of experiments TROOP WAY'IN GOLDFIELD, t day she said she" did not contains a sufficient quantity of plant with boiling-water, ; a rigid rule should 4

; made by' farmers. It is brimful of- scientific .- see tow f could' drink Postum. I food to support them Into a state othereditary be followed never to use the' mllk bot

.information.Write. for it President Heeds Request' of 'Nevada' found she bad mad it like ordinary and vigorous veg taUon. tie for anything but milk. The one'
'
practical, moneymaking coffee. So I told her how' to make It It Is for want. of these favorable circumstances set of precautions on. the part of the

Address VV -}? Bright, and gave her a.cuplull made i .that, some plants allow! the farmer without the exercise ofthesecond
to-day., et ;* "
-*, .Prrldent'Yeostivl2lhld 'laDiG nedl after, boiling>> It fifteen minutes. She : growth of less delicate herbs, which ,' set on the part of the consumer -

'dERMANKAU WORKS; 93.. Nassau* Street.' New.York !' '? ',Sparks of 7 1Nevada2 J toy";telegram ,\said she never drank, any coffee that ,I cause them to perish before their wastes the effort. The farmer maybe

r>lm.i mss .
? that
.. .or J S BSSS. -..- I .,;..I'I' Ike would permit the ..troopsto from both our hornet." Namegiven' in furrows as .are the various roots be useless U the consumer Is caret II"",
'
:!' A.Hin.'lp *lIf 1'a" a4d: : ./-TIt( vLt efinoretLei plunger" ,' remain'in Nevada tor'such're&aOIl' : by Postum." Co., Battle' Creek 'aDd the greater, part of the leguminous I It 'the.. rules 'are strictly followed"'
., ; Who aWe of 'would civ the !4rcbl &''' plants; allow room for a large number the numbers of bacteria in .jallkJwUl,
L ''Lierpoofr.r..Yplild0r:I.on oafelel fj; cleaned up';,(IS.000.000 In Wall length time as *, '.
: I' Read the little book, "The Road toWelh1U. of ;weeds, but the. soil can easily be be hundreds instead,or thousands "if
emd WiUJetpnU'' '..... "ton.1. street and now has, 800,000'Vales. of legislature opportunity to organise atorn. ;
-4M; .. la. pigs .VThere's. .. .a Reas. .. kept clean: by cultivation: , The seeds we cannet at; first secure ideal-mlllc; .'T
'for every '11, cltla.nsl Oa I cotton Is onlr' 21. -Ten Tears ago .ia, perferm. the police tame tlons ..".. .. '; :; ;O11" :- .. .'.. ""' (commItted
Ir'r Island ,there i is fent on* I h. was marking prices on:.the' board.'. ?t th. 1 ; to the ground may contain.n: 1I we 0&11.at. least Improve step,by.stepv i \. 't
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BRILLIANT SUNDAY Principal Stations } 1t
A' SERMON
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BY The'worid Is too much "!filth.u: .}att '' .P.o"!* 'blame ,the maid tOt e.. - q
THE"REV. authorities leap
0. .Ct: MILS: and soon. '. The' Berlin' .postal irerevolutlonIalaR ; :year. toct" ,
h Getting and spending we lay-wast; ; the conveyance ot letters irylngvto4snalieS'a name forherjielt.'iITCHIN6'tIIUMOR J :\. ,
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and .
Our" parcels ,
.Subjcctl ,,Spirit: of the Lord's DA,,. powers The idea on' which they* ,.are'eiperlm'enting 'I ON .'BOY.til "a

.rr..... Suppose you lived In 'a splendid says the Chicago Tribune .

Seven-room house and some friends is tobavean underground -tube with .* Hands >rere a Solid Mass andDisease 4, t i. i '."
Brooklyn, N.. T =-Th should come to call for. w e
Y ; .n.,. drover on you a a'large enough, circumference to admit Spread All O.: 'Mills, pastor of Pilgrim Chapel time. You would give them the free- Cored to 4 Oars by ttattoara. '
t preached Sunday: morning on1 "Tbe dom'of' the house but all would Immediately a, man in a 'Stooping posture.Theo ''"On day'WaoUocd that' UtU bay tfr ,

SArlt of .the Lord's Day," taking u reallte that all rooiAs are tubes arc to connect the Cen was all broken.out with itching our ao.W.. t .el

Ills, texts Romans 12:b: "One man not the same at least that the great tral post-omce with' the principal stations first noticed it OB hia UtUeland : Hiaj
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esteemeth one above. parlor stands off by itself with '
day another; another a dignity ,and'with the district offices. hands were not as bad then,.sad we didat J
esteemeth every day: alike. Ltevery all Its own. Ton go In there Two sets of rails are built In ibis ,. think anything serious would .....It. Bat ,', '

man "be fully persuaded. 1ft'his dressed In your beet.cloth.. and feelIng tube' or tunnel, one over the other the ont: day w* heard el the Outicnra 1'. a.ISIeJ1.s., If d ledse. II M dell.t' '
own mind and Marie 2:27: "The that there Is' not quite the same '

Sabbath man for the was Sabbath.made for" man Among and othe not the freedom dining there room as but there you would rather be likeit. in rails not side Is supported by side en.'The tbe-sides upper' 'vet of the of,. 'By Remedies tbU Um being the so die.food..*for bad itehlag tpread sdres.all ., ,>I 'MA" ;CM I N E RY

his body and his '
hands
things Mr. Mills said: You would not think of having tube thus practically dividing It in ever wsr nothing ; i AND ,8ur r> t.i cs.
but solid of this .ick''WomeD'should
The glory of the Christian religion your house without a parlor." It Is two.; Small carriages, mnnlng OB two a sties itching d1M IpurcbaMd This wopln'says'\ 'Jiet:_ J-..., __,________ \
a boa of Cuticura Sap sad oneboa not- fall to try ... .. __- .....
is Its universality It fits all that which exalts the whole. So it is raw a.Sdw Mu
sorts wheels, are automatically, driven, by of CutlCUTA and that .. .._
: Ointment Bight K. Pinkham' Vegetable ....? ''., rt..r d .
and conditions of men. and when un with-our Sunday, it Is the -golden, electricity along these.rails.No I Wok the Cuticura Soap and Jstkewana Lydlsv .... .- '
derstood.as Jeans meant It to be clasp We may be a little stiffer Compound as she did. ...XI".t y. rp.- .. ,
un. looorticUve used nor Is there water sad wuhd him well. Tan I dried '11. ,M
,,
:
derstood they receive It gladly/ for tban on other days but It should not Mrs. A.GregOry, of 8SM Lawrence :.. myr:
earrIaI'e. A. him sad took tbe Cutidara! Ointment and
attendant with tbe
His appeal was always //tradition be the stiffness of the any .
past prisoner St. Denver OoL writes to Mrs.Pinhham .
anointed him with :
I did this ,
to truth. Tbe court of final appeal Is hemmed In by restraint. It should many as wtz of these carriages coob9 'Jt, very..
and in four be :
babe spirit 'In backed resemble the dignity the not together tor conveying letters evening nights was entirely '
man up by the' king run cored .fn. Frank Donahae, 208 Fremont '. I was practically' an Invalid for six tar
Maxperlence of-the., race.. Christianity doing all that we have right to do. and parcels from the arrival>station of female troubles.nnderwenti ,
Bt.. Kokmo, lad., Sept. 18, 1B07. years, on aooount I
Is not the acceptance of a set of The question of Christian libertynow thenceto '
opln- I to'.the central post office .and t_, I : an operation by the h
nor the observance of ritual sadrred I rises, and It Is really about this the various districts. ..orvice versa. It's easy to swear off-..and Just as doctor's advice, bat 1n a few months I
places and days, nor the point that the whole storm has raged
reiterating
of numerous moral maxims but- of late.' There have been extremistson By this means letters can be delivered easy to fall oft a little later,, was worse than before.. A friend ad.

-It Is getting the loftiest point of view one side and on. the other. Some In any part of the city In vised Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
have toss than fourth of the time formerly Something New Under: the Sun. Compound and It to perfecthealth
with regard'to things In general and maintained this to be a Christian a bavernot la
such I enjoyed
as
one's relations to one's fellow men in country and that therefore all required. So far the scheme Is ). lady in lllinni ent us 12o a year ago w
as
Any woman suffering
particular. All\ Jesus' te.chlnllooked who (come to our shores must fall In not beyond the experimental' stages for our remarkable collection of vegetable many years,
X did With backache bearing'downpaInsandperiodicp.inssbouldnotfall
and flower acad and told 137.70 worth
the line with the views of Puritan
toward unifying ot the moral law. our be
to .and
but a
success
promises therefrom or made 3 14 per cent 'That's .
'fAH1' Is ancestors. All of .
progress from places amusementare
unity up the mall E. rfnkham's Vegetable
to banish from the streets, new. to use Lydia
through complexity back to a unity on harmful on Sunday and should .lust send Ibis notice with J2o and receive
a higher plane. !In the beginning the be closed. On the other side are van with! all 'Its'poetry. and romance.. the) mat original seed and plant Compound. J

moral law. was very simple: Thou those jwho maintain just as vigorously ,\ catalog publuheu !ana FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
shalt not eat the fruit of the tree." that New York is a cosmopol) Divine Clamor' Appreciated. 1 pkg.., 'QUick Quick Carrot..........$ .10 For thirty Lydia 'K. link .J
that I". "Evil IB deadly do not med itan city and therefore should be awldeop.n The''' the 1 pkg. Earliest Kip Cabbage.10 years made
family were" gathered In ham's Vegetable
Compound,
die with I pkgEarheet Emerald Cucumber. i, M/
it. Each
Here town.
we have the re- party seesonly library admiring a' splendid thunder 1 pkg. La Crone Market Lettuce. .... .18 from roots and herbs has been the
of side of the '
ligion 'If
rel..ater one truth the
menu notions 1 pkg. Karly Dinner Onion..s.w- .... .10 y
'storm when the mother *? standard rentedfor female ills
of evil became Lazy and we had the two were to coma together we would betboul'bt.herltelf 1 pkg. Strawberry; M tmlt melon........ ..11I /
books of the law and the ten com have a full-orbed view a reasonable of Dorothy alone In the nursery. pkg. Thirteen Day Radwb.. ......_ 10 and has positively cured thousands of
mandments. Tills might be called the solution' It Is true as Burke: says, Fearing lest her little daughter 1.(KK( ) kernel gloriounly. beautiful women who have been troubled with Obi don't forget'to' boy sbottle'

religion of restraint. It meant a self much aswe dislike:to admit Jt that should 'be awaken.d'and feel flower aeed...... ................. ... .13 displacements ,uloera- Papa EXPECTORANT

rles of "thou shalt cots." verything "all government indeed every human afraid she sY was to be done by rule. The benefit, every virtue and every prudent backache that bear 'for your little Klrl.
her. Pausing at, tbe door, however Above U iutiifient seed -to crow 35 bil.. pains, ,
evil was to ba separate from the act. Is founded on compromiseand of rarest vegetableand thonnand of brilliant In -down feeling flatulency indices- You It at Drug '
good one nation separatefrom. an barter. Those who stand for In a vivid flash'of lightning which illumined flower and all ia mailed to you can, buy any ;
other to preserve its holiness, one a strict observance of .the Sabbath the whole room she ow her P00TPAID ron 12c. tlort.dlttinestl or nervo prostration. Stor and you know It never falls

.meat set apart from .the others, one forget that to some this would mean youngest olive-branch sitting etrai.htup or if you and lOc, w. will add a package Why don't you try it T to Croup and Com=b.gw1ek"Thompson'sEyeWater.
day sanctified. Then came Jesus witha much misery because all men are In bed'.' Her big brown eyes: were of Berliner Pearliest Cauliflower, John A. Mrs:lnkham Invites all sick cur.my.
desire to put a spirit Into religion not built alike. To compel an Illiter- glowing with excitement and 'she SaUer /Seed Co., La l.'roue.Vie.. A, C. L.There's women to write her for advice.

.which should give It perennial fresh ate man to read his Bible would be clapped her chubby hands while she --- She has guided thousands to +
ness. Man was no longer to consult; robbing him of his day of rest while always room for.several more health. Address Lynn, Mass.
shouted encouragingly "Bang it
an authority to find whether he to others it would mean real repose -at the oottbm. .
again God! Bang it again! -Brook -
should" or should not do Those who stand for no observanceat
a certain
thing. He was to acceptthe guidance all forget what we owe to such observance lyn Life. Only One MDrc IDO QUa..." IwxaA. a"X'd! U4T: MALI. MAIL 08SSAt>F>E1

of the tuner light. lie was not to as we have had hitherto.: It That is LnUv Bromo Qulnln Look
separate the evil from the good but Is because many of our citizens week for tb sign tare of It. W.Orovo. Used. the
. ,,yto "overcome evil with good." He after week have maintained their relations U"preced.nt.'cs.A World over to Oar e Cold In One>&,. aso.

was to make the radiance of the one with religious Institutions that PeLham man ot extensive business -
day suffuse all the days; he was not the backbone of the country has been enterprise recently bad occasion Remember it's a poor resolution that
to think of ODd afar off watching His kept. When a man or nation loses will not hold water. ,1
universe go; but as "nearer than grip of the higher things, when the to buy a mule- a real live no- ... ,

breathing, closer tban hands or feet;" windows of the soul are closed and Joke, sure-'nutt animal to help In tbe >Ear>J.r "yi I I' CkartaMe*Lam.', :'Headanon's : Cart: *' !tore
lie was not so much to be concerned covered with cobwebs, we are prepared hauling! Tile market was searchedfor \ w.ui ld trw WakaflcU SwweaaiM' Whatinc. .t a- 4

with ,getting men to heaven/ an getting to look for dissolution and .a mule, and at last a likely beast HaVituglConstipation I am located on one of the Sea Islands of South Carolina, our climate mM.

heaven Into the world. This in decay. was found tor sale by a local colored Just; sufficient cold to harden and causa] plants to stand severe fresssnc after

what may be called the religion of What then are we to doT How man whose veracity had never been .*ttln. otto the eoWw-..... Ifttrmtltt*ef*+etlofrimmrf rtpim**,. fatmt NMM *. .

the spirit Now let us view the question are. we to arrange matters so that not pomtirfrjlo, *. CSF-Frtew I.BC8 .soot et I UP 1 jOOO i*t OOJ at tlMt JII.IIIQ"-81.....
of Sunday observance In tho light the beneficent results ot Sunday observance assailed. The price fixed was (..Kiel Nk.s. es.lvp IM. 6.alerr..d. .* ; ,. "'
of this. shall\ be retained and yet too high as mule-prices go. The :]P. xv TOW. j_ na. snosisisr Pleat Oe wT4siTiiinici.iiiMriBM.Lf.
First the old Sabbath of the Jewg, keep the day from being "blue" save mule was bought accordingly,,, and Hay Le fKmrumnuJr ) overcome ty proper( ......... rctet. B.R lag__Sera sunk i"W.a. i "

and as revived In great part by the to moral wrongdoers! Certainly not paid for. with the seller's accompanying torr&onal efforts >vitr}.lKe *t4'toj\cefcftHecmf ._- -- ---- ,,, 4r

r. Puritans of three centuries ago. does by keeping on the books tbe law thatIs guarantee' that ,the mule was ) truly Jjcnejwal l laxative.trrntdy .A

not measure up to tbe demands of a now there. Accordlng the decision sound and kind. Four days later the ")'I'Up'Kt*anj tjixVr{ {S Ma .
spiritual religion. Everything was recently rendered practicallyall mule lay down in the stable yard and f'i
VrrurK i Ueisoneto regular.
nicely regulated by rule. But the \ forms of Innocent amusement are : : tnc JTonn '
and 1
died. The seller was sent' for Ito ,
tfodQilvSottw.t asaittarire t ,
man who takes his ethics predigested prohibited including even stereopticon ono-
Is in danger of moral atrophy. Tbe lectures at churches. Up till an explanation demanded.. "Here Is lure' be gractuwlr di ipfttfir4y";%', z
body needs exercise or It will become last week the law was evaded. It the'mule you guaranteed sound'onlyfour may :
diseased; the Intellect must be used will be evaded again as soon as matters days' ago; ,he, simply\ died'" ex: when no tan r Iaftdd| 41'the 6estol'1'emedieaukenw9uired4treteass .,

or It, will become flabbya the ron- quiet down a .little. This will claimed the PelhamUe; "what/don \ si T i w sr4 7I \

science must be trained or It will van- promote disrespect for all law, and it ....aar The'' a.Uer''acralched his t\atur a ni hot to nupjJant the rts&nvof 11

/ft '\g Ish'lnto nothingness. The comma this would be more demoralizing thana head a minute andanawered slowly!!: unction vHtrlt. uUi ..
J" { tnudelepeh/l < .,.
P lw ; .d. CI
xiity is in duty bound to give tbl.-rac liberal law..Permlt me at this I u Y -.y ' "" *",..ya
point to that I have "I dunno; ,boss; he never' a'irn dat tnatdy' hOut'i.lt"ent !
ulty of conscience as free play as con. say no sympathywith upon proper .t
ditions will permit. those who on the one side think befoV* The purchase money, has not p"'Pft: oTtft,- On the that driving people from Sun- been, 'retur Philadelphia'1' Ledger.
other band'the strong away '
tbo.e, wbo tend to question people authority day vaudeville 11'11drl.e\ them to the .:',. eta. n..rciQI feCla. arerd Curb .br Splint'e ;

and who demand a reason for saloons. I know many people In this Gifts.' "* bay the genuine5yrup 1
'
their obedience become neighborhood who attended these performances atrangc 51
more and
O :
more blindly,reactionary. Thus !It Is and none has as yet t.kento Strange gifts are Mitten" seen at rah 'Fjgse" ixir-J&nn yrl'S"

,* dangerous to multiply restrictions beyond the bottle. These "people are not Test festival servjo a. In many places' Ll
- what.Is essential; because men after" all very' different from our- of worship la Cornwall. 'Recently at' CALIFORNIA.TIG ]:rn..et; .

feeling themselves cramped break selves. They are ordinary American a Wesleyan chapel in the central: or '

IXhe artificial barrier but at the same citizens. Nor have I any great belief tion'otthe, county'there were, in ad- is unsurpassed \
time there conies to them a feeling in the wisdom' of those who think dition .to fruit and,vegetables'bottles S'S 'uvP Co.. ONLY 'It, penetralis and relieves "'
of people :be driven to church pain very r a
can by
guiltiness, their consciences are SOLO eYALLLTAOINC DRU $,TSeaeaueonyr.getar t
hardened and they stand ready to driving them out of the Sunday theatre of jam post of pickles and'two-china : price &i 0t to"r Bottle quickly.needs very little rubbingand.

break every law, as opportunity offers and If they only come to church figures' : Such peculiar cttt.,'as rrab- does not leave a '.$car or blemish.
: The old Sabbath, therefore 'because there is no other place open.I bit pies, bottles .of' herbbeer' and
,
!was legalistic it took no account of a doubt whether it would be. worth "marinated" fish are not unknown bathe An antiseptic remedylfor'thrush,
man's attitude toward righteousness; their while to come' The 'spirit la same district.-Home' Notes., S11r0am1ra4anaN fistula i and any abscess.
.. ,
It 'only demanded that he fulfil the which one attends Is everything.The .' '
letter of the law. We see the result solution.then, seems to be to 1v. PRICE, 25:>"f&0 :l, .00 1
Oft it In the Pharisees, who Were strict have a law in which are specified AIASI TOO TRUS:

hesitate to practice hypocrisy to great majority of the citizens are neighbors tuJ'D .ont te be better than Sent Free ;

crlndthe, poor in tbe dust with unjust agreed are harmless and which shall some 'orI.. seem to think them to'be. Address Dr.EaH, :'. Ioof\. BoUoo. Hoti.U:5:X,

taxation and In general to leave not disturb the public peace or. aer -- ---- t
4 fellow feeling entirely out of their religion. iously Interrupt the repose and religious *, I
I ,
ti J'44iA .eel fr AA. -
"Perhaps, replied the pessimist .r 'suaogsslon
liberty of the community. But)
S. But the question Is Immediately this Is only the first step. The law "but Don of them will ever turn out CutiJinqlWUEFIEIO' r .' :'

put If the old Sabbath be abolished must have public sentiment behind It to be'as good as most of us seem to CAPU1)INECURES '. 1 ems'"-" -

has not Sunday taken its place or become a dead,, letter at the outset. think they ought to be."-Tfca Catho- Claritstlll. l
:Mot at all. Observance of Sundayw This public sentiment: should be kept Standard and Times. :: : 'O. heJ&Mu.t' a..ti ?
: ; commenced after the death of aroused by tbe moral teachers of the tea..SM :3 .1I.... fule&J'
3e It was not to take the place community as well as by the newspapers lira Winalow's Soothing Syrnpfor Children. : i '. ......
of the Jewish holy day but for a time and by all good men. We I8et.hloclIOtteIU thegm,r.dnoe.lnflautma.eon ; COLDS AND ORIPPE.eir V."J,: ;
the'two ran side by side, Christians should then have a day which would ,allays paJocure wind colic,asp a botU a.ad.ene ..4 "..rald. al... Mo k.4KM : GARBAGE' r.
keeping the Sabbath with all Its restrictions mean for"all a day of rest. for. rest It you have resolves to resoive resolve ..... ..< *M-.0&.... (Lao.l...> PLANT3I .

on our Saturday, and celebrating does not mean inactivity but harmony. Orf all aronnd the world with the .. .?'kaewa vaci.tlM .
It means doing that- which Is them now. Will it be the same 'old resolutions) I ANNUAL TOUR say of *
tbe next day (0111' Sunday) of ups Air Or,",.' Cabbage Pleats at U* loUowla primes, vim LeM *e
with great rejoicing in honor of the most congenial. The man who loves with a new coat.of varnish? 4.000 at ei.se per tbousaadi 1,000 to ems,et 'LBt| K.OOO or sseva at (0*., :r. O.>> B.
--+-erd'. resurrection. At the outset his fellow men and longs tor the day A Texas Shooting Wonder. .... wtt. 8. O. All orders jtronpUy ailed and. .liafaetloa a iaraaU 4. Ask fee
then it was a day of cheerfulness. when there shall be one brotherhoodon prlM 0a SO.OOO or 100.000. Oai, _.DBB jloaM onUrs "or' ,they''wlll ..o 0. O. A
the earth and shall have The World' Records for wing Mooting WORK WEAKENS TDK KIDNEYS.
IL.was a festival with Joy and glad- men one t
with A rifle were "mashed to lucdani" in Address B. L. COX Ethel S.: c. Box 8.
!fea.. and so strong! was the feeling aspiration-to do the will of Ood- Han Antonio, .Tax*., recently by Adolph .
that this wad as It ought to be that may repair to the assembly of worship TopperwMn a native of the LODe Star: The Experience of Mr. Woods is the .
we read In the "Epistle to Turiblus," and renew his allegiance to the State Be shot<< for tu consecutive days at Experience of Thoosands of Othf'.. ..
one of our oldest documents: "The old Ideals; tbe brother who worn 5);{ inch woods blocks thrown ill,the air '
Manlcheatas have been convicted In out with the toll of the week: felt at a distance of 90 feet front him. miMing Bernard P. Woods, of .Jackson NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER Yt

the examination which we have made that he needed all his time to recreate only 4 out of the first 60OOO and bat 9 out Street. Lonaconing- Md.. says: "Hard THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN' EXTERNAL COUNTCK-IUUTAMT.. I j
himself by harmless of 73,000. Daring his hooting- he made work.and heavy lift
rl.jpf passing the Sunday, which is con- amusement -
of
ran 14Ma, 18M0 J3,2W and
18,1119 pits
> eecrated to the resurrection of our would not be hindered thoughhe without iqiadnr. In doing this wonderful ing weakenAV*. my. '
Lord'in mortlncatlon and fasting. might well be pitied. All would shooting be 00$only two .23 calibor rifle ., kidneys. I'was tlrd J1 Capsicum-Vaseline. ; I fJ
Truly, here Ii a case of the tables have more regard for the "weightier. Winchester! nopeatera. Ills ammunitionwas every moraine and ',
turned. matters of the law.Mirth of the smokeless powder variety made EXTRACT OF-THE CAYENNE
f. All reasonable Christians will\ hold t by the Winchester people and famed for ita my limbs stiff and PEPPER'. PLANT TAKEN
and cleanline I' sore. Dizzy spells
that this Is what Sunday ought to accuracy DIRECTLY IN VASELINE fit
and Medicine. and headaches were
mean-a day of cheerfulness and rec-
reation. There should be nothing"bine" I know of nothing equal to a Stinginess and thrift are as different frequent and :the DON'T WAIT TILL THE FAIN f

'about It. It should be in cheerful and even mirthful conversation as they are similar* kidney secretions COMK8-ttttCP A 'TUBE HANDYA
truth "the golden clasp that binds for restoring the tone of mind much disordered. I. .1
week." But when and body when both been Oherok of - -- THIS QUICK SURE!. SAPS AND ALWAYS lADY CURE I'OIt PAlNPlllteB'IN La
the volume ,of the have over Ta.JcW' Remedy sweet continued for COLLAI'SIIILIE T\JBU MADE OIF PURE TIN AT ALL DRUCGSTg!
:we seek cheerfulness and recreationwe done. Some great and good men, on Gum wad Mullen Is Nature's gnat remedy fifteen years and until began using; DEALERS OR .Y MAl&.. ON) RECEIPT or IIa. tN I'OSTMi8 STANI'S.AriD .
: should be careful that we get no whom very heavy cares and, tolls _oras Ooashs, Colds Croup and Con Doan's Kidney Pills. Then I Improved substitute for and' superior to mustard or another plaster and will no*.'
sad all throat and troubles.At .
spurious substitutes therefor. Rec- have been laid manifest a constitutional sumption. Imag bUster the most delicate skin. The
paln-allayl and curative of
druggists. ..... Kte. and tl.08 p reat: means last what it says Re- tendency to relax Into mirth I recommend them strongly." article are wonderful._ It will slop the toothache at once and rHeve Headache .
'Vcreate, that Is, to fit for the duties of when their work Is over. Unless a' man Is willing to do something and Sciatica. We .recommend.the best and safest catena! eouirtafInttairt .. ?
)the week. To put new life into yourself Narrow minds denqunce the In- Sold by all dealers 80 cents a box. bown/...'&I an axtamal remedy lor pains la the chest sad stomach *[

to stand the stress'and turmoil of eon&1'ultlarge hearts own God's he will amount to nothing. roiter-Ullbarn Co.. Buffalo N.. T.Mrs. and all Rheumatic, Neuralgia and Gouty_mpWa... ''A trial will prove. what :\l

life. Some .men think they can do goodness in the fact and rejoice in / we claim for It.and 'it will be found to be ImralsaMe In the hovMboU sad far 1oIJt1drea. *
this best by assembling at the house the wise provision made-for prolonging For Over Half a Century Patrick Campbafl." like some .. Ones mad s. family: will be without It. M.eyp.ople ..It.. {
say
of worship lome' by walking abroad useful' 111'88.. 'Mirth after ex-' 'Brown's Bronchial Troches have been other European actresses..llkea 'hercigaret "As best of all your ,...,.,..none.**' Accept re prsparalloB of vaactta ..... *,
'In.. God's out of doors, some by attending haastlve'toll Is one ot.nature's instinctive unexcelled ai a cure for' hoarseness. , tU aanW catrtes o, r label, as otherwise It Ie net -B..... i _, t

some Innocent place of eftfirtaAto 'heal the'part coughs' and'. .sore throat.' "" "-' tie Plata She Hots lit'one.la in1 New tbe'tesesan'of York .. Ml y....tf>'*tsf.;.,;;T .fir w_i 'wH| scan ..r Va.....'..kl.4... easias '!J Jn
amneement -some by" Just staying at which has bBfJErackad bruised.! -- i - ii dty; - }
., ear sreeMlo.r ... will Im-.c .._
.borne and resting, son by a com You cannoC'Wai sternly reprbbatea If e who kisses paintelS'elieek.., takes the, other afternoon bat pot It,: out .'C 1 J
binatlon: of these. frivolous llfebut; if-the life be the bitter with the sweet. .i!whea. the_ management! remonstrated. ttawn E$EBRO"UGIf'; .MFGi' :JCO'llwlrri' ! CIIJ. .p '

'+ (We must not lose sight of the fact earnest for God ;01' man 'with here _. ._. ._._ '
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thW "the Sabbath was made for man. I and there a- layer, mirthfulness --- --- -
noVman for'the Sabbath." It-Is to protruding a soft bedding to receive f
tret* man, it is ometuiu.r; to satisfy hea,.,.' cares- which otherwise would ::

.;hls needs, not a dark law with i penalty crush the spirit, to snarl against the La Creole Will Restore those
,r attached. Now, tie deepest\eeelt sports of mirth may be, .tbe easy and Gray Hairs

. 'of man and especially American Is useless occupation of small man
in at view' the '
test There Is something very'sw tabout' who cannot"take one ,.e

that phrase,, "The ''weary are whole circumference'of- a larga one' '. I A (. r r cil i H&i i H <' > < > is a Pr i fV-ft fir ss ; nr- ,\-i rl fVi- i. , .. 1 D ; , ," at ,.." :"We ought to seek to' make. .Arnot. '(iI( uri

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,,fMOM' PMHOWL. ( ,, State fair..Notes."Tliere iia: .

-' are to riorida at present.:": '

Jit first article to' Lbt"O..al, said Passenger Coast Tramo Line Agent W while J. ... CARSON JOHN H. IBB.Vlce N. a. GA..... K A. T Z S for'i .

wHttea about three years a ro within Cr.IAr,01 visiting Tampa the last week railway, 'i'a'', much .........t. >..... ..*.. c........ 'i J JT

two hundred v'ard of the plaoe where larger amount of kurl.th..n' were J ...._.,_..._.__.... 'I'lL'" .......___ 'I

1 am at present temporarily located. ever In the State at the same time beet State Bank of Kissitnttiee -

Yuur correspondent on Tuesday las fore,'and every" indication is that the '

,,-ea'to Ute Kmjwriutn!: Rt the rtquw winter season will be .themost successful Kisajttiitiee, Fla. '. Honest-: Goods !

L of one of our Whittier Udi s to ,purchase of Florida's blltor)'. The .. ... ,
a spoof cart blue Ilkthr apiTMIsa < Florida State Fair to be held at --- !

Beulah assuring us that the Tampa from February" 5 to 2 2, will ra.10 ut CAPITAL"".. . S BOOOOOO.HO ,

__ 'k'1 article was not ID stock'and boding alone bring thousands who hare n rer .TOCKBOH>BsTS LIABILITY. '" 000 00 ,

Mr. PeroffO with a horse and buggy visited the State before and many of DEPOSITORS BBCUtTITY. . tOO OOO OO, / "

'pitipariuif' to start for KllsllDcoee..ed'lOlded these will be ioduoed to settle In -- ._---- ----- .
to co with him tqr t'e/rhoro/ In
various of the State
sections *
nnt..t of said article. Not.. finding the particularly Prompt and Caref Attention give to a't tvmttora-e 1 :Ladies' GoodsMen's
dealrad thread at i'c -horn, bare dispaLcbed in those counties represented trusted to ... Exchanges good at alt.. points at cne .,.atrates. ,
/ at the Fair by m"lrnlft08nlreneral .
", a roesseoffer to your camp: for exhibits. 1 wish every county In. .. YOUR Business' SOLICITED.. .
_ a supply. I Florida could .be induced to participate l Goods: 'I:
!oted In
O. 1. C. Is serioifsly dlsat p'lOl In the Fair and am glad. indeed .
not having/ time to visit JUfllU'IUHe : '
that a larger number will do
this trio but !busin*M eoBairemetnsko so. Thai'Mr. Craig's prediction .. 1'.\1 .. Girls' GoodsBoy's a

It impossible are true I Is shown by the hundreds. of _. .
friend doing "
Floyd a
W> found our --- -- ----- -- --- --------- -- .
haters received by President T. J. L. .
.
splendid; buslorsu and until we became 'Statement.'I Goods .
Brown, these coming from residents '
accustomed to the faces> of those ., ,..
of'every section- from Mains t<> California
with whom we' lAwl barn previously whore who will visit Florida! for the Made Florida under Section M.' Chap....'' SflMi Laws of f NUBIAN TEA

.oquaintedcould' pot ooncHyp first time, being attracted bv the entensive to the : >>
ao many customers came froiii This J""Cf"I. I ,
advertising .o? the Pair. The roreda. -
is the best buslnnis locatton lir the 1007. .
a county and impression in ibat the array of exhibits will be the and most amusement remarkableever attractions levied the ...:.. Stdtabler for. Giftsfor '

nilo of roods at Floyd's store' will .
seen at any State fair and the Drainage" ... I 1IS5'4O t
of of the mtall :
exceed that most establishments horse racing will be the finest 'everseen atmte Tax ens us and 1WM: :JU i I 4 1
of Klsslmmoe. The pro Amount Collected.... 121330 Keeps: .
In the South outside of New
lialanee .....: o2i
nrletorwehave universally found to to be collected Sills
} Ol'le.nll. Thoroughbred t. the number all times.
two gentlemanly] In his donavarror towards of 307'will\ be shtpued from New APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY. FUNDS,, I I IO'n..1 You'WellIlls. ,
hits In the Revenue Fund. 4216 5X1 .
those whp approach )
Orleans, alone, on or about January. '
Amount Collected. 4(4( 14
same spirit, but tlaPI'f'."'" many dlsatrreeable 1:.1, and several' hundred will also Balance........... ,H$r; .. ...
thing for an out-of-town '
Count Roood- I'
come frojn other States to winter in
merchant to deal with known only to To amount aseesaed.Amount II7M' (r/ < .
1'ampa. In future Florida will .
years Collected h46 e. :
# r the initiated. Mrs. Floyd has everything be regarded as one of the best places Balance to be collected '100H\' an
ti about the house under Rood con 1:1: the world for wintering and train. >oc1a1- I
t i trol and her ladyship accorded us a T.amoouunt asssssinlAmount ...... itr.IM.> .
i Inll thoroughbred homes. Ideal
Collected ., MIM101X1 (
caused ue'to
almost qi
which
welcome 4
i Saturday evening, Feb. Pitt, will bea Balance: to be collected;; 11124 $7'' fAa :
thin
bad left 'noted
regret thst we refort. memorable .oo allioll in the lives of General School fund. I Katz.s
iI We made sidetrack 'vlnil tin Florida's progressive r"cdt', Amount Assessed 'iX I ( Remedy for
Ackies Bass, that. grnUeaiau kindly newspap Amount Collected.' Ilex' ::16 ':
for that time will the oouent.d. 5r'
>ors, at occur Halance to be !leoS NU
piscine be telephone at our dluposallo banquet !given annually is .their honor Sub- chool Diet. No, a- A
{ blast of .........
send a at some oar county To amount 117 4) Constipation -
by the directors of the Florida tttatet'all'
:
1 Amount ollecttid . !IIOI
:
The old terao<< FI'.lIkVar.
officers. which will be held at Tampa Balance to be collect, ,. 177 :tg I cowrAeai Lcn 01'
ren, and family. likewise entertained (rom February 5 to -!2. Heretofore lIu..9<:h.... Diet. No. JI- -
us with the best he had. HU remarkable To amount assrasedAmount HIM 1&1\\ 9ww ,
his banquet has been held on Wed sae n.c
Collected '
memory on Indian war subject nesday the opening day of 'the fair. Balance to be collectedSubSchool I'I'31'! 194, "a :)
wade UH an interacted, listener, our Dist No. *- Indigestiot
By reason of the fact that the dav is Atlantic
faint for To Coast Line !
replies being too recogni amount aseeeaed- SOB M;
for. the
not a convenient one
averageeditor Amount Collected 20 40 .
LIon. We found the lady of the house
of a weekly paper, the next banquet Halance to be collected., 4H. ;:tI .
.( Mr*. Warren) as interesting: of will be held on Saturday. E. L. LESLEY Biliousness -
> old, and received<< full account ol pant
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED
eveulnffafter every "form h.arone/ ) Clerk Circuit Court Oecoola .
'
$ doings. The Patriarch, accompanied '
to presa. Heretofore the banquetshave County Florida. I and'DyspepsIa.
by-John and Miss Jane, wale guests also been held it the palatial : By ARTHUR E. DONHOAN. D C. "New York and' Florida Special")
r of the family during\ ; the night of our n Uay Hotel. Tne next will, beheld .
first stay at Peg-horn the two foha.loc TitM I Mice 50 COSTS .'
the -AND-
ever, at Himous Spanish Citation of Administration .
f j remained In Klsslmme until 'elt\ll'ant, Orao ( /lame, In Ybor (
that esteemed had to after In County.1uc1..'.Court I By the County
2 lady go .1uc1p'I "Chicago Florida Limited"
the Lathi of
Lhem.t City rruarter Tampa, Oaooola County. Florida. ( of aid County and '
Mr. Joe Walker nod and those. attending will revel in Whereas, Walter Bass. Sr.. has applied to this j' ,
t family panedtbroul'h Spanish dished, Spanish wines and, Court for Letters of Administration on the ea- Solid Vestibule Trains, Steam Heated and Electric Lighted;
our burg Saturday on their last but by no mean least Spanish It ii food for the) Civer, Kidneys, fttom-
tate of Time Bass deceased, late of rid county Cars
Dining -
; way to Baslnger to spend a few dare cigar of Tampa niako-the finest of Oeeeola. I lW'h. Bowels and Blond. VALSO lr
Our greetings were pleasant and wed the world MeinlH-rs of the It taken the, place <>( calomel and leave
cigars |to ...
,
wished him his These therefore to cite and admonish all j jivfsinrular '..
Godspeed on !journev j no bad after effects. -- ---
StaLe Legislature" State officials, and" the kindred and creditors of sold
Mr. Jo Williams also found j
war on It !. needed in the Spring. Summer
other prominent public men will be ;
deceased to be and appear before this Court on
his way to Whittier Wednesday present including a number from : Full and Winter br lIeD Women and AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO THE
Bertie or before the 8t hdayiof February. A. D. 1 08. and j
morning Arnoldlrl.ing
one other Skates, and several h undr' dwlll'he Children.
file obje-itions. If they have to the AND '
granting -
of the teams. Bertie had lust passed taWO around the festal. board. any It ii* extremely! palatable-even ohildre c: A G-r
letters aforesaid otherwise the will be
through the ordeal of county court Invitations will this week be extended as same I like it. Buy a bottle fromRobarson's "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS" ET .fO 'ITO
ranted aa pare .
trial and was sent/ on his way rejoicing : \
to editor and legislator
by an acquittal. The reckless every newspaper Witness my name aa County Judaic of the
tnanner with which charges are made isi Florida, and should any County aforesaid,this 7th day of January a_. Pharmacy THE "DIXIE FLYER', and '
to be
happen overlooked they re
it caused by the encouragement given are W. R.JOHNStON ,
}> number of and quested once notify Secretary: (Seal.) County Jude.. WESTPullman "MONTGOMERY ROUTE""FLORIDA
y a men women whose KISSIMMEE. FUA
F. L. Uuffaker. Tampa, of the tact.
1 > radicalism the
| mrene on temperanceftoeation
< Invitation will also be extended to
Notice lor Settlement and Final
J i I. so injurious to the good for --- -- -.--- ---.--- Canto '
various mod New
the candidates\ State Buffet :
'and welfare of our county that. manyof Discharge. Sleeping York Chicago. St.; Louis. I)
National offices and the banquet will MACHINE Atlanta and Intermediate Points.
those who would have sustained the THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWUS ,
develop Into a most. important. a.d Notice la hereby glean to all whom H may concern
dry tiokat have thrown their
hands
i up Instructive political event. 'A mostInteresting that six months from this date I wl. present ALIGHT RUNNING -
I in. df.gu.t.aad despair and declare it program of toast will be my accounts and vouchers to the. County Judge. of PULLMAN: E3ININO OAM ". VIC.. C

to be .the most Ifnominious failure arranged The directors of the fair the Covntr" of Oaooola.... Suite ef Florida at'da

I that has ever yet been made, costing and publio of Tampa .{renerellY hope ..... la Ktsslmmes Olfer, for examlnstiae and approealtd For tickets: reservations or Information call on nearest Atlantic Coaatpine
the county snore to support these babblers >>
every editor 'of Florida will visit ask for a Baal.dtecham as AdmlnletraJtorof Agent, or
- than the saloons would the pea the city on this day, every courtesy the Estate ef Thomas a..... dscses.il.J. .
4 pie. The. orders f..1D. the'poloMoo possible will be shown them. Passe W. VI'J"'.. J. W. CARR T. P. A. TAMPA FLA. J. 0-KIKKL.AND, D. FT A t

; 1 department prohibiting common car to every show on the fair and amusement AdmisMfnbr.sephnbw . T. C. W.HI-BK..O. P. A. WILMINGTON N. C. W. J. CRAIG P. T. M. i
Her from
carrTlnir packages oontalning ( :
I ground will be shortly distributed 17. 1U07. esp 7-ra
spirituous liquors to parties re to the press. ...
siding dry counties'baa sounded
a From the opening day to the close rfluatuAxjtfk AAafausVanKaBKjKM.

l district note of alarm sod if throughout Klssimmee the does country sot the fair will pre.eo'1 unprecedentedseries i BARGAINS AT CASH STORE f

rive the dry a very strong majority of Interesting feature, including TILLER I _
many Importantconvention*, .

YOU will for find incorporation a wet county with from applivatloos several .- principal among which 1* the great Real Estate Agency. = '.. J.I(',F.) ':.,''.['f". '" ,,,.., -, "I '

districts.. Extreme. r.d I% 111meOlllbla.4 immigration convention, called by : 11 Calico, fio per jrdf '$j, <:i :u\' .i\\:,\': Pictures ,'and Picture Frame, tfio' t t11j'
Governor Uroward for February 12, ... .
- with. J:,!' \M' "\ !' , ,i,
entire absence ,
M of to J60 'j a ; _
< U
and attractive feature More than White La In. wld I5o yd .
*;
a t tt wn/(40 \ per ,.,.., \ : ,1'" I '
obartv. ,.toward an opponent will ruin of famous ( !.: "' ..' >;' '''','o\: J .
core Americana and and sold. (
Realty bought in' wldI'Vir1orth'aOc'w' 'i15c. .
thebeatr.guLMedparty in eiclstence officials of other countries including Lace, 5.* e>' Spool Thread at 4c. .
awl when hue and after InaO- Houses rented. lit .
you
h cry "
,
the. ambassador from '
cent men la order to inspire the guilty Germany, Taxes paid and Titles I Ladles' Union Suits at 91.00.
ones with an idea of your omnipotence Spain and Italy, will visit. the city at I f verlit Casilmera Pants, worth 2.50, sell t
will find this time sending report to their ified for non-residents. Dt Good Door Lock'with two keys, 20e..
you a' people determined to' at 1.75.. +.
their conditions in Life and Accident -
government on Fire I"f
_ cast.LI'hlnll'to off the impose grievous upon yoke them,you and are at Florida, which alone should cause surance. 11.1 1111 ., Pin Strl p. Pants, worth tl.AO, sell at ..Nice Salts Clothes worth"914, at 110.<

ert their Independence.: This is n>i every county bv magnificent in the state exhibits to be represented ..IdI..lfe Iy Indemnity Bonds. se 100. Oae-irallon Coffee Pol.go at 15oi

) idle boasting.' O, I. C. has conversed Jeans Pants worth SI.76. sell at .
I with every man that voted the dry attendance. Illustrating) ?the JI".SR'Y--w. _w-'R..., 'V'I I New Dress Goods from 15 to 25c,, ;;
magnitude of the fair, which occurs" ..'...-.A':' 1.25.. '
ticket at Whluler during the list
election and ,a majority from Peg during the height of. the tourist aeaiion'! 'r 1 tb..'.VI.. U..llfl'lbattle.' -Rotary MJLORIDAGA .
: lfrouwa>i te
boro, Crab and Uasipger, and they when more than 100,000 tourists 'ure In !,' Bcncdicta"A &huu> or.HloJrln Thread (VilIUM] You will find Bargains; in Shoes
.
ere' all ,so badly disappointed over' *he State, premiums offered or pin-1! Bewing Machine write to .... t
I jtha result .that will hod them unl'versaly duct exhibited amount to more than TIll IIIW HOME Will UCHIIt C9MPAHT
you to the 20,000) the Fair Association hnviug o..g. M_ Every Day in the Week. I Ix
present
opposed system -
of added several thousand dollars Co tho lan.ewln macblew are.sd.to sell reardlea> ft
conducting affairs. A stitch it WOMArVS .
t State appropriation; purses offered MEDK3NE"DO > quality,but the New HoMsae H ...... to wear.
t time may save nine and a dlaregarcto for horse races, in which six hundred Our Kusranlr .........rasa out
caution given will certainly prove thoroughbred runner Including .'150 11.14 sy ..._..... dewtee'e -17. '
y b disastrous to the prohibition cause. from the New( Orleans track. sot IAUI ...
You Klasltnmeeilea may fight your big. # ; ; IINEIrrigation P
amount to $2O,000 with severalthousand I TOU Sums the HU of womanhood,
own battle but are badly used
Stanford Carson Graves Hdw.I .
11/.011 to be added by private subscription
.
In tbeooai yt the foundationfor s so many women do suffer Do you

future rpoble, all right. with the great hippodromeand I want to ret well without the necessity I Co Kisslmm e.Pla.J.H.REDDITT. .. .r ; 1 1w I
!y" Thursday morning we left Peghorn circus, the acts .of which have of patnfol examination*and .mbarraMlnKconsultation ", I

for the purpose' of visiting our old been secured in Europe and America *f Do you want to take *t
friend, ,It. W. (Duck) tfiminons. Ob will be put on at a minimum oust of I' remedy Tight Into your bom and euro .' -
30,000, making It the finest attraction
the met Mr. HenrSuIU..n I yourself I ,
we
on .
way of thekind ever produced at a StateFay" II ., 1m au -
Klssimmee.
his U That
way > gentleman I
had been seriously III, showing i BCNEDICTA:

sign* ot fever. Turning off at the | Ii "Woman's Medicine." A prescription rri 4stiand 1 ; uisitaPb'wcrI : '

wrong road we soon found that we of a physlclaa wao'made. the study of F.. : ,

would have to resort to persona .nale plaeasee his. specialty. It was used I '
f' knowledge of supposed direction. l successfully by him In his practice.' It has II

Discovering a gleam of while' In the. been used saooessfaUy by thoaeands of I .
distance we 'directed: our horse towards 1 women daring tne many years since. Fro- II '"V
..
that object and mucb ta our delight I I ....s".physician hare also found a vat, I .. Is one of the most important. subjects' In Florida.'

s' found ourself at a .achoolbouse I 1 liable assistant. ,when they desired to avoId The cost of limiting arid lands produce In HO small compared -
with the children at recess and Miss .operation. r
I to tow fit-nt reMiiltk that Irrigation plants within '
Carrie Town bitting on the ateps. I are
Recognition soon followed and ws BCNEDICTAIs I the reach of every fanner.

were agreeably surprised to note theImprovedappearance s a Vegetable remedy. It I.*made from Ix-t UN know how ninny acres of arid land you hare and We will' "

of that f roots, herbs and barks known to posies.properties furnish plans rnilMKtying the necessary requirements for making v
lady During her stay at AVhittiir your
whleh bare a wonderful curative
land
,' Miss Carrie wa not In good health IseC I and tonlo effect npoa the female organs and produI"U"e have the exact plant you need and we believean

and her improved appearance wls a nervous system. Without mentioning the estimate from us will. Have you money.

aouroeof much gratlucatlon to1' yorirx many forms of femaUe.troubles that women I We aim nell Marine Engines,, Motor Boat Supplies, Pipes Fitting,

< rre. .uondent, and we were likewise suffer,we say that there no trouble of this etc. Write for 'beautiful, illustrated catalog No
I pleased to bear the patrons rioresi 24 ,

r their approbation of her conduct anniaoagemeat < t rehave JEWELER AND .
of the school during her wKiw. 1-Y -
Florida
WATCH REPAIRER. Gas
Engine and
Supply 'Co.
t eta, among Lbe a. :They declare: her BENCDICTAI

+ to be one off the' bent- teacher the ,A prepared carefully and scientlncaUy. and Call and see my Line of WatchesOld TAMPA '
can produce and the advance FLOnnA'H
vuuoty
with the consciousness of the .responsibility
r
'7 inent attained i>y the. pupil under her Watcbevtaken. as Part Payment 'r' .'.. ,
< w.\A.._
Paint and PaperImprove cf: giving" to suffering women a remedy that '"7.leate
instructions baa exceeded that of any on New Ones. : >I
will not be but harmlessla
only beneficial eUo ,
other Instructor employed by them. I
a ,t We found our' friend Duck.at boms and protect: your house.I effects, no matter what rosy be the condltlon I ..

,and were entertained with a hospitalIty will be pleased bring my 1U07 of the woman taking It.
G. F.
ti for:' which that gentleman and bis sample book to your house and It Is sold at 11.00 per bottle, byRoborson's Any article of Jewelry Promptly( IOr KRjIBBS, J.M. WIL SON. JR..

; t family are noted. make any' suggestion*) in the latest doled upon Request. ATTONNRY'"A, "- .A w. .
that desire. NOTARY PUBLIC" 'f.J
Iteturning the next morning wt had decoration you may Pharmacy \ S :..

'the pleasure. of.nectar Bro. Guy on Drop me a card and I wUI cheer.fl.I1J' - Office in the Court House-Kis- ,. STAT AT LAKOK } -

I a ahvtgHA his way-;'"r.oWblt.tler and: ,. we concluded armed ;that with the a and ''painting.furnish estimates:, ': : on: .:,paper: :, letS}t\fJ't E f?. F' \ P.A. VANS' J\GNEW. simmee. Florida. Real Estate Agent! ,- .' ""

iroM.B0re. to be roiled t'with shot aDd l lbe Wanted. \ KISSIMMEE.!: FLORIDAUse

.. |ft>tser. means r, .ware. not found dE BA % :-1: ATTOHMEY AT I1AW"TXD ........ With whom will be associated in the .I ., _
A. Live Sandhill Crises Wood I
roe qEo Otters ,II I- -
a. I .
I i #' .. i Ducks and Btr Fox'Squlrrela.' High :., I NOAAKY PUPLiCtKISSIMMEE trial ofoau. fj the law flrtn of old new papers In your bOil*|*"

=..INr"kll.. .'7'" a& QUbe '., I priors paid.Dr.: Cecil French, Naturalist / Massev &.War low, of cleaning. We ell them a( this cBBc*, '

!:b""" . n-"iJ'! if'ORlANOO.. "rLO. UD, WasblnKtoD! ,:' DJ C>' ,obt' t57fm. FLA .. Orlando. at 200 oar hundred i
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