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 31, 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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REV. CULPEPPER I ridges .n possession between. March ONWARD SWEEP x goes all sll:along the J line orth'' -- -. : t,,

lit and November the 1st, Fine .2" [ In falling into line rapidly .

TO h101D MEETING to' 100. OF PROHIBITION great red' dragon/ Is on the r "
To 11'111111 one day more than twenty ,,"hfoVboever you are,

quail or partridges. and two wild < U. in VJU call yourself Reason. '

Series of Revival Services Will. Be- I turkeys; party of two or more, 'forty Changes That have Been Wrought l1t)'. Sanity Patriotism,

.quail and six wild turkeys Fine $2.5 Civilization: hasten to enroll
gin Here Next Sunday. : to 100. Within the Past Century.I in the great' army of freedom '

Rev. John B. Culpepper, the noted : To trap quail or partridges except!' 1811 nearly one hundred yean be lnsat the death of the

will his gospel cantc I upon one's own'',,,enclosed, cultivatedland' > -AmellcID-'Farmer..
.vancellst, pitch ago, there was at the present alt*, of c __
and will begin, serleiof I l'loe.25 to 100.'
In Klsslmmee a
BrooKvllle, Indiana a curlous. combination . Melon\ Acreage Will Be
1 revival l services next Sunday To sell, oft'er'to' sell or have. in possession
Mr. Culoepper Is known throughout for sale any wild tar kef, quailor la the way of a man. H. was Since the last Issue'of '
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the south alone of 't.h. strongest parti-ldfte.. Fine $-5 to 100.. preacher, farmer, distiller! and bar:) Gazette: we have been

lr effective evangel/ leal preach To ship wild turkeys,' quail' or part'. keeper all rolled Into one. lie "had some of,our growers and

Y i'IDOIt.In the field today, and so ridure out of the State" .Fine) ,925 to come Into the then territoryin acreage which will,be.', &

mand are bis, services that he now' $100. 1707, and was the the :first Methodist termelons tn this section

has engagements for a year ahead. To ship bevood 'the limits 9'f the minister,among the early settlers. larger than 'we had ex !

He will bevassisted/In/, 'his meeting county where killed any:, wild .turkey on the Whitewater. The town olDrookville r ibould'the'crop turn out

d here by his son, Rev.: Uurke Culpepper quail sir partridge Fine' $2. to.1100. In Franklin count near the means of bringing quite

who recently held a relval.In'. To hunt on Sunday Floe $25. the Ohio.border?was laid out In, 1807 luin of ironev'Into the

,tl Perry, and of whom the Perry Herald For non-resldenU to hunt, without just a century ago, and this preaching I borne of those, who will *

has the following; to say: a license. Fine:riot exceeding 100. whiskey seller was a main actor In I.of melons are as follows: .
At'The: revival services at the Aletbo- To'enter upon th'enclosed lands o 1j starting the ;(place On Sunday" lie Dlackwell Carson & Co. a'

.: Kist church as were announced for this another that are po.ted'W' >,\ hunt '01 preached, regularly to his congregation ; 3. Avant, 00 acres;,J. S.

+ week and to be conducted by Rev. ftih.Fine $20.Thsfollowing. of surround Ing"settlers, mostly! acres?, J. W. Miller, 20 ; :

John B. Culpepper have from the lira are.the game birds of:small. farmers, and after services Ingram,10 acres; Whldden I :

been growing In Interest until tt "'it the state; Swan, geese, brant,ducks, i "set up the liquor! to the ''..In'IIckQulll. acres; Bob Evan 10 acres; : Irv

safe to say that the people of Perry rails; coots, mud hens, plovers, galll ; ." 'YerybodY drank those days SOD, l&acjes; J. W. Oliver,

are being; moved as never before. II nules snipe, woodcock, sandpipers, what they called"draniTT" the white \_. .:,

1 Is not unusual to see at many' as fifty tattlers, curlews, wild turkeys, partridges ," : and water clear product of, the" old Why I ,

persons crowding the altar asking for or quail, turtle doyen and 'ashloned .copper still In fact the should 'your baby puffer?
Is fretful and restless
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prayer) and a great proportion being> robins. brat Industry la every pioneer community went on him ,and use any
'|;p.. who have heretofore made no All others are non-game birds. was a distillery, being regarded your neighbor \
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4 '7' tenslons toward Christianity. The Kngllsh sparrows, big and little asjequally Important with the bottle of White's .Cream

,_ .number attending Increases at each. blue darters (Cooper's and sharp mill that ground the grain. 'The greatest known worm'

s service, and the Interest' is spreadingfor skinned hawks), the great' horned preachers were! all tipplers, and cure mild for in its all action children's, builds : -

miles around. If there i I. anything owl, crow, rice bird, meadow lark, many of them. drank to excess, and tem makes thin puny

ID signs these services will be jackdaw and butcher bird (shrike) the very first of all temperance'reform Mrs f', C. Smith, ..,..

productive of more good than the, are not protected. movements In this country: was organ- writes: 'My baby was' thin ;

most sanguine! had ever anticipated.'I'' Hunters may take their' game home Ized for the"e>.;press benefit of .the lr all, could night./ not I used retain one its bottle food .

Owing to his severe Illness Rev. JohnB. with them within the State, but not clergy. ,Cream Vermifuge and In a

Culpepper could not vet here, but I for sale Times have changed.: We want our baby was laughing, happy

he'sent his son, Rev, Burke' Ciulpep : Quail or1 partridge and ,wild turkeys readers especially the farming class, Sold bv Uobnrson's

per, and a power he has proved himself. may be killed November and' February to take note of the contrast presented ---- -- -- -- '

::"J If there were those who knowing both inclusive between 1807 and 1007 and the event. Rev. J. B. Culpepper will ;

the.fame of the elder Culpepper. ,I Ducks: October to march, both in- ful century inter view'Ing. Take note series of revival services in .

were disappointed because he could elusive. .__ of I'arbon Manwarlng, mixing his pel tent en the lot north of '

not come and conduct the services, -- --'-' sermons and whiskey in the same log: House on Sunday morning '

and fearing without him they would for Village Improvement.A cabin, where entertainment was 2nd. Should the tent not ,

ready to acknowledgethat and beast: then in time to be erected ou \
fall they are mass meeting of the ladies of furbished "for man "
:their fears'We1'f! groundless, for( Klssimmee will be held at the inn look around In the rural communitywhere first services will be held In

the younger Culpepper l Is wonderfully next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockfor you live and count up the odist church. '

blessed and knows how to carry the the purpose of organizing a farmers who drink liquor to excess or W. L. \ h

blessings others The services are Village Improvement Society. when even In moderation. A drinking .

expected to close Sunday night.: it is hoped'that every lady in town preacher, of course,'would no longerbe --- -

r- -- .. who possiblv can do so, will tx tolerated. He Is as extinct as the DR. LESLIE W

Florida State Farmers. present: A. dodo. No liquor Is served on the :

Following/ Is _the program of the The object in organizing sucb.! to sideboards as it was in 1807 la every Specialist-Eve, w.

Florida State Farmers' meeting to be society is a very laudable one, that, home. Drinking has become unpopular :

held la Gainesville, February 6-1. of devising ways and means for and unfashionable. No Nose and Throat..

11108: beautifying the streets. and waste farmer thinks of serving whiskey In .

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY lit% 7 P. N. places around town and encouraging X harvest, field as It was universal

t our-clilzens to plant flowers and a nndred and even fifty years ago.
Address of Welcome W, R. Private Hosoital, Ameri (
[ homes The churches are now all standing.
shrubbery and make their and ,
1 Thomas, Mayor of Gainesville. tional Bank Building" \ r
in solid column behlad the temperance "
attractive
1 yards as as possible.
In t.be.Uolyer lty-Dr. .
Agriculture movement. The W. C. T, U., Florida.
This movement has been started by
Andrew Sledd. President of the Uni
some of the leading ladies of JKIseimmee the"\'. M. C. A., the. Endeavorers and : ,
versity. other,Christian I associations'are al' p xy 'iI't
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and. desire the
Association they cooperation
The Florida Live Stock yJ /
'f-8. H. tSaltsklll, Preident''of the and asilstanceW. \ all tbe ladlesof working heroically against the 'unl t '
j ha:, been !
: the town yersal I curfce. The advance
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Association, Mclntoih. , K
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r The Florida Farmer.-Prot.';;F<,:G., At' the meeting Monday ,afternoon great and no class ass benefltted.more I "i'! ratraotaN.na ; ",
tberreform than the tillers of the
Schell, Secretary of the Cotton Grow an organization will be perfected and from I
rsLA.ssoclatlon, Lake Butler. '' officers elected for the ebsulng year, loll There Is not a strictly farming I. .NL.. ..... .e. ; -r
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when the Society will be ready to gel community In the United States where .r. NO. 7.
NURADAx,,FEBRUARY 6, 9 A. M. in
down to work. the saloon has a. particle of .show tea
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Exhibition of Cattle to be Slaughtered The"formation of this society is not the stand-up vote. The farmer has Df SIMPSON H

-Dr. C At Cary, Superintendent an experiment. Similar organizations become sober.> He finds better use DENTIST. '

Alabama Farmers' Institutes. are now at work In several for his corn than to run It through a ,
Hereford in Florida-N, A. than to Office over Osoeol .
The Florida towns where they are still; better use for his' fruit t

Oalllson, Spring Park Stock Farm. proving a power in beautifying and convert It Into the brain-maddening OFFICE HOURS: t I 9 a. m.
C. R.Thonflut J 1.30: t.o I
The/Herefords on the Raoee- "apple-jack.
otherwise advancing the Interests of s. Telephone No. 76 '
,' Secretary and Representative these places. Nemesis is marching on! This !god
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f e of the Hereford Avaoclation Let all the ladies attend this meelAttention dess, sacred in the old Creek calendarto u

,. 12 NOON. tug. revenge, Is coming into her own. '

Barbecue by Citizens of Gainesville. The flgbt has been long, the battles
2-P.M. Subscribers. have been bloody, the centuries. are P !Ij
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strewn with millions ot men dead from '
*BLock in 'lorlda-S. U. The U. S. postal authorities have '
: Raising I drink, with countless homes wrecked
reeyntlymade a ruling to the effect t
G lLlkl1l.
s and ruined with blasted reputations
In the South-Col. that weekly newspapers cannot be
CatllfRaising with seared consciences,with that hope
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bent through t malls at the cheap
Ilarrls the Short- '
W, A, representing deferred which maketh the heart sick \
Association. pound rates to subscribers who, are
'bog John Barleycorn, generalissimo of $ :
more,than one year In arrears, effoctl t"
7 P. M. the hosts of evil, the beasts of prey,
e April first. The Valley Gazette
.Address-Col.: W.. Gbode.jn, Breeders is fortunate in having very few the legions of devils, the fiends incarnate
Chicago. Is being driven to the wall. The
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azet.te.
subscribers who are in arrears at all, Ifjou arc
,Dr. Andrew corplon-.JI befog surrounded by fire.
Stereoptican Lecture- in fact our list In I largely paid In ad- ,
.. W: Soule, President Georgia Ag,,y-! vance. There are a few, however, The bounds of the hunted tiger'grow' ; :
'cultutgICollege: Athens. less and less. The hosts of hunters I having your house
who owe us for a year or more, and
t i Addles to Farmers Governor press{ on, remorselessly, mercilessly,
it is these whose attention we would -
1, armed with argument, business reasons -
oward
.. call to this notice., We belleveN...hat moral suasion decency, self- and want II .-
AY., FEBRUARY 7, n AM.. all our subscribers intend paying for ,
;\ preservation. the hopes of civiliza
Growerl' AssociationJudge \ their paper, but seme of them have
..,T< Palmer, Lltfce Clt- just neglected to do so. The date of at a reasonable ,
of the twentieth
year century we are
\"UDlon-G. W. Tra- the expiration of each subscription Isprinted
Fa able to The
jTbe report progress. temperance
., tt.be Union, Mayo. along with the name on the fail
wick,; preside *" movement Is sweeping the country to see me.
'of' Sl'htered Cattle paper" or wrapper, *nd we' hope all w
1 Exhibition: I > In an irreststble wave and soon, Its '
ones- our subscribers who are in arrears : : i
," :ehowljl' good point Ipd poor asserted, whiskey' will be sold In 1
: will look up their dates and settle before -0-
Br.CA. Cary, \ I the United States, except In the larger : t
Tick Fever and Its \Eradicatdon.pr I the Brst of-April so that. we will allies !
( into which the criminal element
Ocala. have to strike n.ne from the list. THEO. \
,E.'P.,Guerrant, ;
-.- of the country will flock. The trends G.
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:- Florida AlI'rlculture-Hon. B. E,
Atlanta Jan toward forced abstinence, and the
Empty.
|MiLln. Commissioner makers of Hquor'are plainly alarmed.
: florida Game Laws. Atlanta, Ga., Jan 25.-For the Nearly 4OO OOOOpeople, about half the -
first time in its fifteen J'ears'of exlstsnoe population of the
t.r country, now live in OsceolaIouatyAbstract)
,0 Following!/ are th. laws of the Stategov.nfng eyerJ' cell in the police jail yesterday tem er.DCe'terrltor,. All the ,eleven I

"..' the;'killing of game and afternoon was empty Not a southern states. have not as many sa- :

.110 -ralDe birds Florida: prisoner was incarcerated and theturnkeys oons as the one city of New York.

To kill, capture, hare In possession, and ..Irons were ,having/ avery Georgia has full, prohibition; Alabama -

['.living or d.ead buy or sell, or offer dull afteAoon. The police attribute a majority of the counties' already ;

iot sale any wild ,non-game bird. To' this remarkable condition to dry; Arkansas two-thirds of the S. H.:BULLoCK.1 MA ;

i,take or have la possession the pest of the prohibition law which went Into counties dry; Florida thirty-seven ,

I ao",114, boD-ca1lM birds, Penalties: ifflect the flrstday of tb.is.gear. out of forty-fire oounttsa dry; Ken- I .Real ..tate': ., "
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> of *5 for each''offens* and 5 for TIt.lHez&lDlned and : {,J
Mr.' T. W E11U tacky. ninety-one out of 119 counties Taxes. ; :
thereof ; returned horn paid for 'c
bud ;
,or part ... ,nest orlmprisoam.nt Louisiana : ,
i', Wednesday morning from .Camilla dry; seven-eighths of thesounuy Instruments relating to.. r >> \
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w possessed ,Qa.; where be was called b7 the illness districts dry;' Mississippi; carefully,drawn,, ' f
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.or : of fib aced mother.wbo .U /:7
suffering seventy oat of seventy-five counties. ,'..;
!To hav w11ti turkeys,quarter,taril.A. i from aa attack of pneumonia. orrcspondcncc: : :S II
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tfiMJlJiiltJi'IJIN.MtJI Doth-han Ie grasped tho high pommelof TEDDY CRITICIZED'By

the Tartar saddle; his legs swung CI

helplessly :with each movement of the A tfliUch in Uime savoy nine.
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r .il 1 J hof Since sunrise tlte3had{ / been on the Save many a sick spell "'
f. Senators In Debate Over ,
1 march, and the honea mere skel the child
A Tale. By.......... ,..., by giving
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neck-showed\ fatigue! more than the. BALLARD'SHOREHOUND .,,

the:;,...... YOUNG \ aMISTLEY !)D' ....;. man walking nt Us side. Every now '

and then:! the poor brute stumbled

A nslofntttanSecretSerrict eton...... forward as 'lit about to drop from WORSE THAN KAISER BILL SYRUP".j ,

shear: weariness and on each; 'occasion -

=. /Jfcrnman...- I oho rider would slightly raise his EVERY MOTHER\ '

.,n- :: head. For some hours perfect silence Horehound -Syrup If she
with Bollard's!
Bitter Onslaught Followed Transmission nliould koep. supplied:
ft"con-
ill .- I .. had fallen over the two men; wishes/ toO nave hr children from serious sick rpeils. .J .

their blackened lips were so hard to Senate by President of Message 'tnliifl abM lutcly nr-thlnff injurious' does not constipate. Oood ly

nnd dry ns to. render articulation children well jtdulta. tt
) for u.o au l
':.. Suggesting Amendment to checkedmmedlatcly .
nearly impossible suddenly( the A cough often leads to counuEnpUon. / and chould.bo

111"j ; "Ji'fjf) ;; home Rave a great lurch forward( the Custom Act. .. "
an.a t JAS/
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-,.."..,." ." "c'. ,. ,. ,a . and to himself collapsed 1- '
falling; recover ----:""
CHAPTER XXVI. 16 tually; a gleam of life beneath his eye sideways with a piteous groan. :President Roosevelt p s Wednesday A Household Necessity. I

brows."That. The man at Its head dropped the "I have used 1- '
Continued. ". transmitted to the senate and the J. O. Smith Houston, Tcxrl": writei:
is .the man ,
"Is It." ho asked, "anything& to do himA bridle, and with)\ marvellous rapidity BalUrd's Jlorcliound j ti:; -rup iu my family for tho past ,
Charlie" "I remember slippery- i I slipped. his nrirt round bin compan house! copies of the tariff 'regulations few years, and find' it -far superior 10 any other COUKUinedloltie 1
wltb looking fellow-too !leek''' for my houbthcld should bo I
Mrs. Wright appeared to be burled ion's drooping body, negotiated some time ago between the } \vo have tried. L:et ry :
taste. "Look out, fault"! ho exclaimed, euppliixi with thin -worthy .remedy. i
In thought. She uttered no reply, Lowe nodded approval, and then'' United States and Germany, together ?,. ?
In Russian. '
hoarsely
,but leaning forward over hW hUIIbaad' said, quietly: ,' with a proposed amendment to the The Delight of Children.
The rider made no attempt to assist -
shoulder, she placed her fingeron customs administrative act tho
lie Is In It somewhere putting
himself and the horse fell
as WrlOOPINO
COUGHS COLDS
< lines the met map beneath where the the word red and Bok2iara.I black. Charlie, .completely( puzzled' wait- Ills full weight came upon his com same In force its a statute. In the senate CURS' SORT, THROAT. MRONCHIIIS -

I ed with extraordinary patience 1111 panionwho, however, managed to the message aroused lively dIscus. AND ALL LLNO: TROUBLIiS. ,.
,, A pitiful silence followed( such as "
the peculiar old gentleman should bo from the slon In executive sesslori when It.
step back and keep free : was
Mrr; leaves its mark upon the buman PRICE '2Sc 50c and 1.00
ly'* pleased to vouchsafe further information I poor brute's, dying; Welts taken up. The remarks were not addressed ,

bear"Good God!" whlBpeled'tho': col- At length, after carefully! depositing The man on Iiorsoback had actually to the message so much as to AVOID ALL, SUBSTITUTES. k'-1 '/ ,',

tho ash of his cigarette in been asleep, and as his coin pa-Ion. ,.,,. .. ,
i: onel. j I the policy of considering If; In executive ,..... .. i:
a'pokc.-again \
Lowo
the fire, : lal Mrs. Wright went toward( the window IOn session as well as the policy of : f;,
I the
with
'" 110 cnmo that night- slowly opened his heavy eyes Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 1
,The band that held back the Baroness NanUlle." the president\ In connection with the 1'sooo
I "Little lather, he murmured. The "
; heavy curtain was twisted and "Yes I remember her." corners of his niot-1 wore closed with agreement 1 bW'.ii :: !
. what out of place. Slipping it ao01-1 ; North Second Street, c: }. i. y
"Lena la now having singing lessons Ills course not billy In negotiatingthat '
I, ,i a deposit of black sand, acid his lips ;01 : \
book, she deftly put it right, and with the baroness' ." hardly moved. The other put aside Instrument, but In proclaiming! It ST. LOUIS MO.' J.'
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she turned her face slowly toward I' At last Charllo lost patience. Ho the .Jooso end of the turban' cloth, to the world ns he did last July. was i :' l'v'f::'tl,..I.,;: I
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her husband : :
"Then think he has failed?" I threw his cigar Into tho fire, and, ils- '!and exposed:: a fair boyish teen with sharply criticized. 0... .; ..,' . .'_1 ;" .' ,

abe said you In a, monotonous- voice. ing from bin scat, stood in front' of i languishing blue eyes, and a Jaw HO It was declared- that the, agreement \ ..
his host with his "able" arm resting!\ | square rs trt be almost i. defotmlty.
The colonel sat at the table with makes changes which are> equivalent '
on the manlepiec( < The sun had burned the fair skin Sold and Recommended by .
his chin his folded hands to legislation and it
resting on was pointed out
"I wish," ho said, without raising; ; (in some places J: leaving.. the others
He was staring at the map. that all legislation effecting' the tariff For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE 1 t.
but
tones of Illsolee
the level ,
"We should have heard from him I pale, the result being iw, fantastic __. .. ___ _
speaking rather hurriedly I "that yon : medley of brown red aniT'plnks.Paul must under the constitution, originateIn y ',
s six .months ago was his reply. would tell me what you suspect what the house of representatives. At- \ '-

Mrs. Wright crossed the roopt, and you know, nnd what you ,,Isli to I'I "Yes little father" tention was called. to the third sectionof t{
sat down on a low chair near the fire.
For nearly an hour.they remained know. If we are to help each other I "You are bpttei for jour sleep- the McKinley law as possibly- per '

thus thewhlte-balredold warrior and there must be no reticence betweenus. I'1a that not BO?" asked the other mitting the president's (,course but his!\

Of what has been golns-on dur- .: ROUTE'
his comely, gray-haired wife. After klndiy.Diet criticls contended that his action in this RIVER f
t , twenty-four years of married lifethey : ing the last year I know absolutely the younger; man :ay still with case had gone far beyond tho limits;' I
nothing. Mrs. Wright's letters have Ms blue eyes half closed. Ills mouth .
were lovers still and as they that I
\ ; permitted by section. Stress was
Lena The colonel
alluded to
rarely was so parched that he could scarcely '
sat there-he looking out' Into tho : never wrote-Lena herself rare!)'. move Ills 'tongue. laid on the fact that the president had STEAMER LILLiE STEAMER: HOSKADA, sv 1\\

'7ellow mist, she watching the changeful My mother has been away In I rllnc". 1 "We will divide what water there not only negotiated the treaty but Captaln.Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clap Johnson Jr a '\\Ir

flames as. they leaped up and fell : You, and you alone, are the only Is left" paid the older< man decisively. that lie had given It out as a complete Regular' .weekly trips to Bnsslnger a .d return. Jlosendu leaves KlsslBs- II

'again-they were recalling the weary source of Information that...J.! have And lie turned toward the pros-. performance without ,referring/ It to the' nee Tuesday morning and arrives .J'I slmD1t'o Kriday"evening. 77. !

years of waiting they had passed I need hardly tell you that I am as I rate horse.Front senate for action. This the senators Special Charter Trips to Lake OKe! >"<>obee end Fort M>'ere on the Lltlle. '
of the love
through, Ignorant that I
lay hidden in either heart. uneasy about this matter as >'our- the saddle he detached a seemed to consider a-J especially( reprehensible Comfortable !accommodation for parRCHpurs.": Rates reasonable. '
I self. All I know Is that Lena is different -, The most
Presently the door opened, and large gourd, which gave: forth a terribly : and far beyond the author picturesque Waterway In FlorIda
; nil I suspect is that her i I hollow sound l. nnd aCtor some for Passenger: and Freight. ; Rates apply to
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with a flood of warm light, Lena cn ity of the chief executive,*
mother is no longer her confidantein : caichlii3 in a loose !bag that was CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor ,
terted. I It was pointed out that the Gorman
-r everything. I I su"pemlcd from his shoulder he found On board "Ullle." Klislromoe. HaM
"I verily belteve you were both : Laurance Lowe looked slowly! uP'' kaiser'had not only! referred th" agreement -
small drinkingeasl, cunningly .
sound a.leepl"! she exclaimed, wltlra into his compnnlou'8 face, while Abe 1.11 Manufactured from !halt n gotfid.Ho to the relcliRtas for Its. action, -

cheerfulness which for some" reason! i hand that held the cigarette shook a kept his back uicfully toward bat that he had even consulted both at ,
made her mother wince. "Is it not --r -
dreadful I little. I Ills companion us. kneeling; on the the local and national: boards of trade. X w "
-lamps at eleven o'clock in
"Seen that too?" he said, Interroga-i extracted tho woolen charged
ground, he Hence the president was ; with
the morning! ..t., tively. "All I know Is that since she I I 1 stopper. being even more autocratic than tlto d4.Ny; M

..l, .u. -- ._ .N t has been taking lessons there has ,'1'I Then the young man painfully head of the German empire. It was rr :fizg; 1 t
: been something wrongBefore that: face and crawlIng "I
{'wLv" CIIAPTER'XXVII. over on his also( declared that under th* system of Go Wrong
she was anxious about your brother. along stealthily approached. As
Lauranca Lowe's Dinner Party. 'valuations provided for by tbe treaty
We have all been anxious but now -
; Ills companion elevated his arm to it ?
A month had elapsed since Charles I It Is something more than anilety." raise the gourd' he dragged himself' great; injustice would be done to the Oftener t

v MIstley's return, and as yet he found i "And what do you suapect3" forward' and watched the yellow United States.Senator !r ;:

himself, no nearer an" elucidation of I "Seems to me that. Jacobi has succeeded ,. water trlukle Into the vessel with : Hepburn made strenuous objection cv t?

Lena's altered manner than he had in establishing some influence e'es'devold' of human feeling. They wjien the question was raised FROM EXCESS 'OF PARTY SPIRIT yj. ,

.' been on first discovering.!t. He had over her Tho girl is afraid of him." were like the eyes of a wild ,beast in that the message was a subject for THAN ERROR OF JUDGMENT.' f 111 1 f

merely confirmed his original conviction "Lena goes to thin woman's house eight Qf blood. consideration In the open senate Instead
: ,'that such change existed. for the lessons?" asked Charlie. \
Slowly and deliberately: ; the man
of behind closed doors. '
y Daring those four weeks he had been "Yes." poured all the water into the little Senators McLaurln Teller and oihers 1. 8vJam"'es Bryce, h'Jlinbt-uado r. R'
much In the society of Laurance "Could we not: got that altered?" vessel ho appeared to have ,forgot- ,
{tJ
Lowe, 'as' every' frequenter of 'the suggested the sailor,," whose ideas ', called for open session, and their plea @r" MY/rw+ erlllp I'4 --JtJ)1 t
+
i hail f'rr
I!ten3th ;',dIvision !%.(of,<;'.'. ltscb. > he' . .
colonel house was forced to be but his "speechwas."You ? t< I' i' ' ,' ( finally won,..but'' not before; Senator : ,':
were quick though { \
from' him no information had trans Ilow"\f, :"'," \ *,! l) !' l.g\i\ ;rfJ. ,\<<;,f. ';!t1(5gi'\ '\'f' ':/;'. Galllnger'. 'and 'one .pr twoothers'! bad O ono'.sceing the faults. that belong to popular' governmentand '.('r I..

N / .. ? . fgInffsetUngdown he 'gourdt(he the difficulties ofibilnglng, it up to the ideal which the .
pired. True, they had talked together "Tried, I L /.7'iI\\;! ." .'. one" ;and9, caught; delivered'their 'sentlmentsMroncernlng .
:' glanced to' side1; N theory of democracy sets Jleed' disheartened not even
very' little both being silent "You It? And who objected up ,
men.
ba.vo'lrled .. the the action of an executive In calling for :
of his companion lying on '
Lauranca Lowe was not ,....bat the ?" Sight by repeated: failures. History shows that other forms of ':J.)j '
whenever the spirit moved
groand -at-lils *lde ...1Ylth_ agonizing legislation ,
have their faults
govE'rllllleut-aulocracy andoltgarchy also.
world la' pleased to call a hospitable "Lena-piano or something." ::;i s.
vessel. ',
eyes fixed upon the water him. and! fa\rolls. You find and then'a wlso and t
man This arose less, perhaps, from "Did anyone make Inquiries about Riaver / may now r
+ i Then be turned, and for some seconds it was finally decided to refer the
fouled Who will do Ills best for his but
high' despot subjects f
c' that sense of economy which is the the Baroness de Nantillo before this '
1 result of a solitary existence than arrangement was made" asked [ thoJr eyes met.; In one facd was message to the committee on finance.If there 11 no security-there Is not even a probability that he 'i
,
> ''from'mental laziness. Charlie, who now turned. and resumed : steady determination\ In the other terrible a a bill la to be forthcoming It will ba will bo succeeded! by other despots of like lrtue. You may' ::1'

: Charles Mlstley was by no means hs( scat. "[1 wavering weakness tendered from the. committee. have a plllllf'nt and skilful oil surd c government which will extend, the powerof ;'.
ot the
y Ignorant 'of these" traits in the character "Yes. She had a long and severe ,I l. by the brute'like agony After referring to the proposed! the nation in the world, but It is certain to go\ern In the own class inter J.i f
/
ht s ; )of Laurance Lowe, which the il, ieas. Found, when she got better I i ujes."You drink your share'first- said amendmend to the treaty the president eats, not In those of the people at lingo.Thin was the fallacy that led even ,

l' world :;naturally. quoted against him that her property, which was all In lnrull '. in his message, dated January so eminent a writer as I the late Sir Henry Maine to do InJunMce: to democracy. V jt' s
the )
\ \ with Infinite gusto; and when, therefore Russia, had' been confiscated father "I younger do not want man aiij pI I-I-am I l not 22, 1908 says"I : He pointed out its faults lie omitted to )point out the faults of other govern- .Jtnients

he received .a curtly worded Invitation banished, mother dead. Reduced All governments; have their defects. 'tl .'
recommend to the congress -
"
thirsty. earnestly'
.. to dine at a* club, he knew circumstances, took to giving singing and tongue Alhough the best Institutions and the best administration system are :
with cracking lips
';:' : there was some reason for It. lessons. She sings like an angel her Thjs < the enactment) into laws of this worth playing for and striving for, there IK another thing even more Important. ,t

':" r.tbat f meal was ludicrously charac self." as dry as leather. attempted to amendment at an citrly' date. Resides That thing 18 I the participation! In the work of government by the whole body "" ;,
Tho man
.;,uI.. !" of the two men. No word "And have you done anything rnlse himself younger, while the contortionsof promoting harmonious relations between of the people! Leaders, honest capable, courageous men' are just as neces- _

was exchanged directly; between about. Jacobi?" face terribleto the contracting parties, to the !vary! In n democracy. im In other forms of government. The people must Meek '
his discolored were
\; them. : Occasionally a mutual friend "LIves by teaching violin. Has agreement In qu(>stlon. I regard tbe hem out must honor them, must give them, if their honesty Is proved Its ,;\ /

lounged to their table'with a nod of many. foreign friends. Eminently "You look upon.drink your share first," he prpoosed legislation as a meiltorlous confidence. But the whole I people must continue to watch everything'they do t Ii 6

recognition! and made a remark' to respectable; 18 supposed to 'be connected repeated hoarsely measure for the development of our and never surrender Its judgment or Its votes into th<;Ir hands. "V ;1' a:

'which'both"listened with grave' attention with. several foreign political "Will you drink' it all?" The customs administrative act the provisions When things go wrong; It Is not so often from errors of judgment on the"

'I Charlie replying to It; while societies." Inclined the cli'InkInij part of the people as It Is from an excess of party spirit which has led them .
elder tuna gently of which are applicable to importations
Lowe silently acquiesced. The old "UmmIn! fact he is a shady the water glistenedon to follow blindly an unscrupulous leader, or from an Indifference and negligence 'J ;,
so that from all countries.
gentleman did not however, do badly character?" suggested tho sailor. / cup t which has enabled unscrupulous and selfish men to pursue their own + ';

;1" .s regards the dinner, and the sailor "Infernal swindler!" I "Will the edge.' drink it all ?" he re- advantage at the expense'ofthe public good.

; did better-the waiter did best in They sat and talked in the sameaqgravallngly : you ROCKEFELLER AT AUGUSTA. t '.

the 'lift' cupboard. "Lowe's dinner "unfinished" manneruntil I p ated. 11 iM 18
I One preclouu! drop fell on tho sand
?? party" >was a standing Joke at that late Into the night vanished In- O\l\\ \ Croesus and His Family Arrive to
and the dami uass of
club for some weeks afterward. "I think you and 1 can settle Ja Spend the Winter MM .
I Gtanteu'!ously.I )
,He smoked meditatively: for some cobl," the on man said .as he shook ,I "Will you drink-it. all1" John D Rockefeller and family, accompanied Il ""'W'I
moments, then, without looking toward hands that night with tbe young;
Then he hold the cup to his companion' by servants/ arrived In Augusta
his companion, he uttered tho sailor.
lips nnd the water was Ga Wednesday afternoon to 5,000,000
i
single word: "'Len..I"! --
s Charles Mlstley; examined his cigar I I. gone. spend the winter Benson: Mr. Harold

'critically! and with much, appreciation. CHATTER XXVIII lie who did that dead to "a cljlns: F. McCormick and family will also join ; Child Deserters

; I In tho Dca rt. man-bcucath no (gaze': lint ,that of them in a few days, Mrs. McCormick I ?

"Y'!-es'" he replied, 'gravely. A grim silent desort( -a great level his God-wr\3 '\\in.\ aid Mlstley. The being Mr. llockefel'er's: daughter. , a

;? Then 'Lowe, made a herculean ,,;- horizon: lifeless, waterless, hopek'm' young man wall his tcivaiit I
Now he Eat upon tlio .md and By Charles F. Warner.
The sun, scorching ball of fire va'* AGED BANKER GOES HENCE.
''tQI'J hli serwrits bead his | .
,y l'trd think," lie-said, 'there Is some- now almost touching tho unbroken I' took upon tLHsP.ir.,. es'.s.Jy.rele./ ita
.
of sand nnd the heat he : ucc
thin!: wrong line jet ga\r[ ,
cooler air now revived' Paul Morris K. Jessup, Long Prominent In
: The + ;jnlt sailor's calm eyes were forth was sp strong as parching, and' The % ORE than twenty m1111ori children attended the public
He tuiuoJ his heal to Civic Affairs, Passes Away.
,resting on his host's Immovable face. tQirlbly merciless as that of the hottest I larllch I schools .of the United States during the school year ending _
Mlotley en tho sand at his Morris K. retired banker and
He might as well have attempted to autumn noon In England. where lay Jessup In June; 1907. From this vast army there will be at least ': %

.read the/( features of a sphinx.TJ Over the trackless plain a traveler oldo. long prominent ill civic affairs' died M five million deserters before; the roll is called at the beginning 1A.

have noticed It," he observed. was plodding; painfully One!\ handheld 1 The Englishman heard ilie' more-. i early Wednesday morning at his home- of a new, school year. Why do so many children leave '
1\ crawled closer to ,
and
: conversationally: "ever since I came the bridle of a limping horse, ,ment" dying in New York from heart disease.Mr. oho public schools before they have completed the elemen.
;\Ustte whlspored the :
r back: and on the poor brute's back was ) Jessup'a illness was of two years w.ry'slages of the curriculum? Chiefly! 'f believe, because ha

The tae was broken, the first/word huddled a human form. This sorry man."Yes Paul." standing, and had necessitated constant the schools, generally speaking, do. not offer enough of the ,(..i 9

''''II'AI' said;, and now It surely wtw easy calcavade was steering toward the "If live through this never let treatment. Ho Was 78 years old. kind ot training which has an evident practical value. Dr.

enough to proceed. Only Englishmen setting sun a little", to the northward them know you that 1 am dead Let the Ungsbury found In her inquiry into the relations of children to the Industries -I -

alt; ;eould have failed so lamentably to of It.' burden' of my existence: weigh on 1 is for tbe special report on the subject issued by the Massachusetts Commission I '

take advantage of ,,the situation, The man who led the ho'rs. was While he thinks I am alive on Industrial and Technical Education In 190G, that many parents, when t

They actually continued smoking, slightly i above the medium height; a he stand will never know a tuomenfs peace. ELECTION BILLS I INTRODUCED. .their children reach the end of the compulsory school 'perlod .would gladly

and presently ,'ChafJIe] took i a sip' of, brown oval.face all caked with sand Let this be By legacy to the man who make great sacrifices to keep their children In school Jf they were able ,to

d! coffee, which, slight though it may and dirt; his>f short pointed beard made me what I am" Looks Like North Carolina Will Vote see any direct practical advantage In further school training, I "6
'
appear, as a, mere incident was was dull and dusty. Tbe huge turban \V4nyard Mlstley crouched on the e on Prhlobltlon Question, ..! There-Is something decidedly wrong in a social system which permit a%4

1 :enough y o'maltematterl, worse. # on- his head overshadowed the sand la silence. He had au English In both -the North Carolina senate large numbers of children to leave school and waste from,two Ja four years'adolelcence. '> t ,: i.

t7 "Mon,!tour Jacobl. said Lowe, sud upper part of his face, and from be- man's awkward shynees of mentioning and bouso at Raleigh, :Thursday, bills ot l In'unskilled labor for a wage so small! that ft' can

d.Dly"J. ) yottfT member" him?" neath its shade there looked forth a the? name-ot God In other sense were Introduced for an election on consideration in comparison with the loss of opportunity that such tbb'. t (

f'..l.. ",TscObi!" repeated. the sailor pair of eyes dark with sullen\ despair. than exclamatory: .. d. yet b* -shivered. experience not to speak of.the physical, mental, and mo' damage that
held
be
O'thought fully.; "Jacobl! There waapw4of The man on horseback( ; was ot to think that this: man was state prohibition to In August: may suffer.From "The '"Charities and the Commons,"' ft. HI' ."

that taame came one,night jllgbtet.bulld.lie.was ,al(-huddled. with, blasphemy the measure If carried by a voto ot '..'
In his arms '
'.! f'Ij.*.*'.-"About'two. yearn 1 upon tb..saddle. while his chin literally really dying on his rigid ,11;is.fTohJ the people become effective January tt .It It .. *

..'. rested-on his breast. His_turf' "", ed.1' 1, 1909. It 1&1& *
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, (UNIONS,': HIT SLAVERY STILL. .EXISTS; y ANTIS" USE BOMBS ROOSEVELT AROUSEDOver ;i .t ',,1


: 't' Criticism Aimed at Taft During' Discustentlon -, Charge That H. I.I Using, Patron Florida 'iKewsProgram otes : 1

age to Aid Taft-Will Score S...- ,
Won .by Louisville,
In Far-Reaching Decision As WarningtoProiilbitionists '
In the. a..at.. .; ate Through Public Reply!
'

U. S.,, Supreme Court. '. ,I In Girard-, 'Alabama. .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ..... ... .... ... .... .... "... ... ..... ..... :,.' ..... ..... .....' ..... .;; ;. '... '.....',,
A. Washington special PrcaMont ''r!
surprise say]
A t ot .
/ .' Greatly to'the everyone,
!
f Roosevelt feels very keenly the for Florida State Farmers' M4.a N,, Reducing Expense,

the subject of slavery was Introduce'dIn Meeting, G'n..vlll.' .
February The Louisvilleawl Nashville! railroad -

' VERT) LABORER IS FjlEE the senate -Monday during; consideration NO DAMAjGE ATTEMPTEDFollowing charges recently made against the administration W, 1908. has begun cutting down expenses

of the penal code bill Secretary: : of the use of federal patronage WEDNESDAY FED. 5. 7 P. M. and the new "economy" '-nl.,cost Per. ,

st Tatt was directly chugCddtb- having to secure delegates to the next Address of Welcome-W. R. Thomas, sacol $2,000 per month. r about $19e
Company :
May Was Exploded
Railway Discharge Arrests .Dynamite republican national convention pledgedto mayor of Gainesville.. per day Orders have been Issued from
knowledge of slavery in tuu
a In Front of Homes of ProhlLeague '
e Men for Belonging to Unions-Contlon"WoVi Philippines., The debate was'pertinent President and the nomination ol Secretary Taft. Agriculture the University-Dr. the general\ office'vat- Louisville, Ky., j m"
Andrew Sludd, president of the univer '
operating'expensea.ea4
to "cut down"
by'the Louisville to the sections of tlie'bf'll'revising the Minister. Thlj feeling has been strongly emphasized '
stay Itbaa moant ,the .discharge'-at: 'maejr;
,
; criminal code ot: this United States and a vigorous sentiment of
and Nashville
The Florida Live Stock AssociationS empl ye.. Heads of departments bar.,

." -:-- which provides penalties tor dealing Feeling between the members of the antagonism aroused by the action of : H. dalUkll), president ot .the Association been reduced la position and wage,.an*

A Washington special ; The In 'slaves. Law'and Order league at Clrard Ala., the In Mclntosh. '
r, says senate recently holding, up executive the workers have been discharged. Conductors -

""constitutionality ot the net of 'congress The' old laws against the slave trade and persona opposed to the prdhlbl-, appointments for confirmation. The. Florida Farmers-Professor F.Q. and engineers have gone backto

of .June 1, 1908., prohibiting railroad have been retained In the code by'the,, thou laws, reached Its heightFriday; Accordingly)' the president called the Schell secretary)" of, the' CottonGrowers' switching an4 switchmen and, rake-.

committee; reporting J( with a cunnse, night when dynamite bombs ''were ex, Butler.
members of his- cabinet' together Association, Lake
men hare been discharged.
companies,engaged In Interstate\
cumihcrce Is'i\
which the word substituted
from discriminating, against by "persons", ploded In .front of the residences of C. Thursday ;imornlns and discussed with THURSDAY FED 0; 9 At M. 'Borne of the, local freight trains have-

r' members of .orgaulzatlons In the for the words "negroes" mulattoes T. Glfford, president of the' league them tlie'.. subj ct..of.waking a' public Exhibition .of''Cattle to be' Slaugh- been taken'off but the export businessthrough '
and Mr. Hale
matter of employment was called Into colored par nous. thing'ot. and 'two Girard 'ministers 'active In reply; to these charges. All the members tered-rDr. C. A, Gary, superintendent Pensacola |s still large enough '
declared that slavery being a,, ; No
the league, damage however ,
re8ent'ex Alabama Farmers' Institutes,
of the cabinet
question were to demand the retention of many trains.'
by the case of William\ Adair
tha'1)8.IIt all reference to It should be '
4 against'the' United States which was was done to persons or property. copt Secretary Cortelyou. Several ot Tbe'Herjfords: In Florida-N. A CalllBon ,, On the Perasacota and;Atlantic dlvls-;'
taken of the code.
out Tho explosion followed the arrest "of the cabinet officers bad Spring'Park Stock Farm
decided engagements ion where there Is but little businessat
'by the of the
aupreme'court 'till ?
T United Air Heyburn,. In charge of the ;. six!: men three whites ,and three negroes to appear before congressional commlttees -' 'The Herefords on the Range-C.< IL present; It 1 1. anticipated that all sta-'
States
Monday favorable to bt
I contended for the retention the pro-
violating
6 Adair for the prohibitionlaws. .on various subjects of pending Thomas secretary and representativeof lions will be closed at eight..which. win
vision saying tba( there are forms of The Law and Order league Association. .-
legislation and thejlereford .
were compelledto of
The opinion was by Justice Harlan mean the discharge .night telegraphs
than those that were
other
bit slavery swore out.eleven warrants on Information cancel them when the-urgent summons It Noon=Barbecue .by citizen. ot operators and station men 9,
and held the law to > to
repugnant abolished the civil war lie cited
,\1 by secured by a detective employ . from'"the Gainesville. '
loathe white house were re. The reason fm this wholesale redoo-,
V. the constitution. The court held that for
Adair,-as master'mechanic of the Louisville coolie slavery and slavery Immoral'in ot the league, The detective says 'celved. Thl? president, Instructed all 2:00: II, M.-Stock Raising Florida tlon In forces Is said to .be the huge)

and Nashville'Railroad coiiipauy purposes which he said exists this he got so close to tbs whisky Yendors the members of his cabinet to prepare -S... H. aaltsklll. decrease in business the railroad baa" ,

-t country and saidthe prohibition that one of them offered to take him full list of the .
as soon as possible a suffered during the past two months
had a right to .discharge an employee He said -
would apply to such practices.
.
business .
into the as .partner.So
appointments in his
recent departmentwith
Ings of the road decerased over $500-.
because he
was a member of a labor that be had'heard It charged that slavery
t much feeling was' engendered In each The Shorthorn Association; I
the facts case.
000 and thus far 'the January earn,
organization Just it the .
as was employee's
klad still
of the old-f llhloned exists
against the Law and Order league time which the order covered was left 7:00 P. M.-Address-Colonel W, tags have shown no Improvement.;

right of his to membership quit such employmentbecause In such Inone of the ialands! of the Philippine that the officers were move<< to Issuea Indefinite, and several members were Goodwin Breeder's' Gazette Chicago., -

organization. group. statement, In which they told that Lecture-Dr. AndrewW. '
in doubt as to whether all recess appointments Stereopticon Sheriff James' C.'YanPelt'o1"seam'' '
Mr. Hale said he.was glad the senator the resentment"a against the organization president -
since tao adjournment of Soule Georgia Agricultural
I, The case came to the guprema court from Idaho* had In pile research' bla county baa gone to Alexandria La,
Is unwarranted the last were infant or simply Collige; Athens.Addrou .
.; congress to take Into custody Morris: Burnette. ,
on a writ of error from the United found so good a reason tor continuing
"We are'prepared to protect any and Fllrm'era-Governor Brow- x
those made- since January 1. to '
.. States district court for the eastern this prohibition against slavery.He In a desperate' negro, who made his escape -
every Man who has been our employ At any rate the records are being 'and ,
in
district .Kentucky. Adair Is the mas- however that bo had front the state convlcticamps
declared ,
; ," says the statement, "we want looked' up, and when the facts are FRIDAY. FED 'f. t A. M. "'
and who"
< ter mechanic of the( Louisville and never supposed slavery .existed In the afl" the county three years ago
known that we assume respouslblilt'y. placed in the'hands of the prealden he The Cotton Growers' Association-
}
NashvilleRailroad COnll'llnand he I Island after Amorlcaa" occupation. bas since been at large.. Burnette was
'will Issue a public statement It will Judge D. H. Palmer Lake City. entenc.when'be eluded:
was proceeded against on the rhnrRo ansertod Mr. Till. serving a life ,,
1 surprised,
I ant "These violationsbave, been In a will Issue a public statement It will The Farmers' Union-G.: W. Tra-
of threatening from, the the (guards. At that time the sheriff
i to discharge "to hear any senator on the republican ,
mail, the violators
sneaky form and yet the Union .
not be addressed to congress. wick, president of Mayo '
of the of one of the finest
employ the locomotlvuengineer was owner
company a side dlBcUliu: knowledge .
: "geerirto be surprised whtn we get a It111 "be of Cattle-
recalled that >among the Exhibition Slaughtered .
bloodhounds in the south and upon request :
named Coppnge, b.'IlII&f tho w.iat has been notorious since we took "
t t sccret man to catch them.. first appointments held up were thoseof Showing good points and poor ones ':
started out after Ui'J.-nesro. The'
latter labor ,
was a menibaf of a union. 110HliesKl)1ot\ the Philippine Islands
F Officers of the league express the at Toccoa and Dr C. A. Gary .
. postmasters Conyers, the"animal
The art of 18'JS. which was ono of the iiiitl knoV\'II'to exist there." dog took the. trail and for hone
1 I. : opinion that the dynamite 'explosions Ga., to succeed the incumbents who Tick Fever and Its Eradication,
the trail with the officers
, II' results of the great Chicago strike, wad Mr. Tlllmuu Bald he was still more kept ;
Intimidate them.
Invoked ror'Coppage's protection and which had were effected to are women. The new appointment E. P. Guerraat, Ocala. behind It. Late In the day attbJ' dp"";
that "til party
surprlsail Friends of the prohibitionists declare were referred to the postoOlce cabinet Florida. Agriculture-:.Hon. B. E. Me-
th6 district fined Adair 100. Tho of a dense swamp the bloodhound
i I I't court $ gathered so much glory from the destruction ,
that mischievous young men and pigeon-boled. Next the senate or Line commissioner of agriculture.After -
oAiatltuttonallty of the act was strt'n.'j" of glavury lu tills country," came upon the, nopo.a, d the latter; .
caused the explosions '
uously attacked In the district cOTirt and which hall absolute control of our men dered an investigation In the .Pensa- !fired a couple ot shots, killing the dogg. ,

L cola, Fla., poatofflco Affair. it appears' a most Interesting and beneficial and before''the' 'officers' could ''reach.,.J
by the railroad attorney and when the foreign affairs, had done nothing to put "
MAKE STOCKHOLDERS LIABLEIs that In this session of the Florida: State Fedf
postmasterhas
case a
!i decision was announc9( been Illegally holding office fora eratlon of Labor It adjourned, at that :""
brought the to the court and got away Since tUneJtue
4'j" case supreme plnest'Why don't the men, be said,
Petition Filed In Neal
Purport of year after being rejected by the Gainesville to meet at" Paaltka In Jan. bas endeavoring lo3
ben to
. with the result that the decision of "who are' responsible for the. rhlllp- sheriff
Bank Case.
J, the senate for tncompetency uary 1909! Officers for the ensuing date the finally finding him near|
lower court was reversed. In his pine government( enforce tile law? man ..
Upon the petition of R. C. Bosche.a Max'' P.Moriu ,
Next the senate rejected certain appointments year: were elected as follows: arrested. >
Alexandria where .he
decision Justice Harlan held It wasAdalr's Senator Stone called attention to an was t
depositor ot the Neal Bank, before on the ground that they are of Tampa, president;. Jamea B.Goddard ,,: J.
... right to serve Ills employeras agreement made by General John( \ C. _
Judge Ellis at Atlanta Friday morning vice,,
: made for political effect and In the interest of Tampa first president '
best he could so long as he did Bates with the sultan of Sulu foiT'onUuulng restraining order According to .the .tate a8Ut' of lien.*
a temporary was of Secretary; Taft. Finally, a ; George Ross of Jacksonville, sec "
'
: nothing forbidden by law as contrary and polygamy.. 8. Chubb register of the UnltedKl
slavery Henry ,
granted t6 keep E. It, Thornton W. F. New Hampshire appointment was made ond vice president) W. C.. Cooper of [ '
to the public welfare. "We have even gone further" Mr. State land office'at OalnasvlUe, an* 4
H. C. Caldwell Arthur C. Kee-
Mrs.
Manry without consultation with the senators Jacksonville third vice president:
Supreme Court Justice Holmes also Tillman said, "and have given Salaries chairman of the Florida. state central J
sellIng
Plttman from
ly and Mrs. L. :N. from that state 'and a man was selected Jennie Williams of Palatka. fourth vice
',-, expressed the opinion that tbe law to the sultan and his dattos. republican'executive committee, 'tbe .j
or transferring any property they "W M. Boynton of Tampa
whom' they opposed. president; }
should be construed Intended. Hethought again 3
t >'\ : as Mr. Hale here said that If until further Instructions Florida delegation will no doubt th"
May possess has denied vice C. R. Pettls of
The president Indignantly fifth president;
. (, that the rlgltt to make contracts these monstrous conditions exist in the 'court.' Its entire Influence for William IL'1
from the making use'"of the'executive appointive Tampasixth vice president; R, B.
: had been stretched to the limit Philippines and receive: the sanctionof Taft for the nomination( of :'presidency,!
Ull. The Central Bank, and :Trust Corporation power for political purposes, Harper of Jacksonville! and 0. P. Bradford -
by the court's 'decision in caae. this government or of the senate Neal of the United' States at the .next na-1.
the receiver of the Bank
:
I and In each InsUnce has asked for -Tampa,, vice president at
That congress had a right to so legislate the fact had certainly not been appreciated tlonal'convention. Colonel Chubbwt'his 1
likewise enjoined'from transfer .
were specifications and promised those interested large J, S. Roberts, secretary-treas -
as to encouragd labor organizations by him. ring or disposing of collateral they deal. ; colleague Hon. J.: N. 'Co mbl'at.'] mApalacUcoIa

was another suggestion Justice Mr, Hale then asked that the para bold hold as' security''' for loans square ,,urea; 7' recently returned'' froa
or may ;
r '
In
Georgia-the was
,announcement ..
Holmes., .. graphs relating to slavery, be passed Neal bank.. enjoys Washington, where they ,had 'besswBsummoned'on
made by'the
made that the'changes ordered were Bradentown the dlstlnctiof"bfhaving '
I ":said '
In'
"While Justice Harlan his poUUeafll
i' ,, over In order that full \formation 'that 'an 'Important .
claims he deposited
The
' petitioner ,, for Incompetency on the part> of the been selected'by' the' famous '
N' opinion;:'t1 therlghtl'otilb. rtyandprop might be received and/''Sena torn, ley. $1,000 In'the bank and desires errand. v.3|
.
For several has the' for firing
Incumbents. dayst/ Nation place "
be. onstltutlon to : ,, : Carrie M HDeLand
("sty'fguarinteed'by }
buro agr d.\: lt .iii l1l't Y'y} '' '' i.-'
,, , the demurrers special and
In (
> to ,
,i Join camlalgll'ln Ftor
) the'United States, against deprivation t""I". v $: } been reported that the president, Intended the. first, gun ocher, U setting ready to: hold s)9)

' general, filed by other Intervenors. He to retaliate agalnst-the' senate Ida against the whiskey.;; traffic the
Is subject to
1. without due process of law FebroatJM
"i- ROCKEFELLER FIRES ITALIANS. great Chatnauqua,. It open
alleges that the stockholders are responsible 1 I
l "I'lt reasonable restraint as common for thus blocking practically .all appointments world the flesh and the devil bridge
i -- 14 abd runs two' week and three daysMl
for the bank's Indebtedness.
In.'Just:
how this ballrooms
cigarettes
sent was whist secret societies ,
k" I good or the general welfare may require ; Oil Magnate to Fill Their Places' With to March 1. It.will be the most nnl<).>fl
within function of to be done is' not apparpnt The veiled tight-fitting corsets,) etc. She
It Is not the opesufl
If. American Unemployed.To Chautauqua In Florida. It'will
FLORIDA TRUCK DAMAGED. the
courthouse
( Insinuation contained In the letter of from the grandstand In
poke
r g\)vernmtnt-at least lu the absence of of for Friday/ 1
aid the large number unemployed the occasion! and quitea Instance on February\ **m
Governor Hughes to republicanclub yard on two ,
between the pnrtlps-to compel CreiUooJH
contract
: p of Tarrytown. N. Y., who have Cold Wave Hits Many Points Along with Haydn' oratorio. The
Is said to have been particularly number of people were her, auditors
any person In tile course* of 1)Utuiitliiess appealed to him for help, John D. Gulf Coast. Thoie who member the gloriou reMldering
through :
curiosIty
President Roosevelt
, ;:.:' niul .ugal.ist his will to accept Rockefeller sent word from Augusta. The coldest\ weather' experienced In exasperating to probably as much of the Messiahtwo year'aCsfl
' have him !
determined thepresent
and so.
to upon as anything
i state Pensacola since December 1906, was i look forward to. The Creation "IMsM.

t or to compel any person against at Pocantlco Hills to lay off-oU. hat 'of Friday when the temperature course- much''plea ure. . fl
I William B. Sheppard ot the
Judge
f'
hi will to perform personal srvlces:
of the foreigners and give employ 28 The cold -
went as low aa degrees. GOVERNMENT CASH REPAID. United States court has received"notification \ .,

far another. ment to needy residents. In addition wave has struck many points along'the Alabama and A Washington special says: ;;'r Senatoa JITalUferro
to
-- to proceed
i. The right of to sell hislabor
1 a
person Mr. Rockefeller has given permission gulf coast Much damage has ot Fldrlda la executive'seisitjj
Return Flratln.taU- February 10. He will
such terms as ho deems New York Banks convene court on
.11 upon to those in want to go to his' woods been Is In Its essence the nam as. : ment of $10,000,000.New take place ,
proper wood to warm their homes.
and cut .l
dens. to the fact that' William H. Sorthruglis
entire session oc .
the
\ of labor to will preside over ,
the right of the purchaser York banks paidonr to the Pensaeols3Fla
pos3maaterat
'three weeks Although serving as ,
cupying
t f: prescribe conditions upon which io PASSED BOGUS CERTIFICATES. government Thursday the first Install two or the -
WALKER FIGHTS EXTRADITION. only few months .. In spite of tact that his a19O71'aearly *
; r will accept such labor from the: person appointed a ,
ment of the 110.000,000 publlo deposits molke a year 'ago.The''senatof: : H
the third assignment
t offering cell it. So the right of an since this will ; :
to.\ Get.N.eg.oe. .
Counterfeit Clearing House Money 'in
employee to quite the service ot the Thieving Cashier Will Stay ..Mexico that Secretary: Cortelyou called on out of his district of Judge Shep- 907 ,nearly'a year'ago. The., .seaatartfl
Into I Trouble. .s' Long sis He Can. wants to know .whether the president
,
employer,'for whatever reason. Is .the them to surrender In order to strengthen pard.
Charley Walker colored, was bound According to( dispatches, William\ \ F. bas defied the 'authority of the s.natefl
-
'
aame as the right of the employer for to the superior court at Rome the treasury's working balanee. The '. .9
r' over Walker the absconding cashier of the Appreciating the great good the state In the matter of the appointment: .

whatever reason to dispense with the Ga., Monday morning on bond of $2- New Britain Conn: Savings Bank, will 'banks of the city now hold S72.027.000 for ...:. 'fl,
fair at Tampa will do Florida the --
In all such
services of such employee.
000 for passing counterfeit clearinghouse public dep'oslt., 141,000,000 of which '
In Mexico of
extradition
fight proceedings wood dl.Ul11ng'
unusually : orijl;
and the railroad officials have granted The large plant *
the employer employee
particulars certificates. Will Collier, ,col- and will not return to the United was placed with them during;, the October
low rates from 'Florida and other converting .awmUl'refuse.lDto.turpea. |
t of rights and
have equality any
ored, will be tried for the same offense States until every means of defensein disturbance.
that disturbs that equality sections as well. From every section tine belonging to the Florida >Sawmitt
legislation is held under $1.000 bond.
Ht
Mexico has been exhausted.
'i Is an arbitrary Interference with the HUNDRED; MILLIONS SHORTAGE of the state the rate will ba one fare company at Paxton. was destroyed-bjr: '<))3

liberty of contract which no government -- plus 25 cents for the roOn /trIp, tickets fire one night the'past west., .The. I
INSULT INTENDEDIn DECLINES TO PAY INTEREST.State .
:"I--w can legally justify In a tree Faced by United States Treasury Says gating on sale February!: c lass on the building .and_. eCJflpmeDt')I

:..t d." approximate $:SOOO. and there wa-: |
1an of Win. Monument .by National Bank at New Orleans Chairman Tawney.
Inscription turpenI: I
DeLand Is to have a homecomingweek heavy stock of manufactured

Mph*.ZAEUP TO ROOSEVELT. ,.> Daughters of Confederacy. Due Louisiana 10000. ',I The urgent deficiency appropriation February 16 to 21, and,.all old tine also conjumed., Origin'of tIll fire,-; I IU
The members of the Daughters of Governor Blanchard of Louisiana, -

u ' " I bill occupied the attention of the residents of the 'clt, are requested to unknown 4 I
'
the Confederacy III Savannah and others nounced Friday night that the State .
l (
lc Presldentvko Pass Upon the Hancock house Thursday: to exclusion of all be present on the dates named. A grand e .
/ I t I
Interested 1 regret that bank of New Orleans has .
any- National refused -
express I
c&urtmartlal Papers. other business. time Is 'to be uad. A circular letter Messrs. A. P, Avery, Jo* Patt rand (
contained in the proposed inscription the state Interest due on 1 f r
The casotof Major' Hancock, coast artillery thing to pay baa been seat out Inviting/ all former H. B. Webster of St Petersburg baya'purcha.ed ; I
to be placed upon the monument state money deposited with the bank A surprise was sprung when ,Chair-
r stationed at Fort Baran- residents to return and receive tha the telephone system ,of" ;J
corps
t to Major Win, should have during 1907. The amount due Is a man Tawney of the app>oprlatloi>u com < J':
'' I
; Fla.. has been received at the glad band of ywelcomo.Holton's Clearwater and Tarpon ,.sp IDca. Ther
cal, aroused tbe opposition and the Ire of little over 10000. mittee warned the members<<: that the
will consolldato It with the 'present83' 1
department for action of the pressdent ;'.
; war Corporal Tanner and of the Grand The bank's refusal was: based on the country, was confronted with the certainty *!
: Hancock was tried by courts mill six miles east of Live Petersburg system, which they' have.
: Army and auxiliary orgaalzatlon of recent withdrawal of the state funds of a $100,000,000 defjr't unless '
, martial at Atlanta, Ga., 'charges .of Oak was destroyed by !fire a few days controlled -. some)ears, and conduct; ;I
-
ladies for next ucal
the-
northern amounting to about $200,000 after directors the estimates year
" ;alleged violation of a pledge to abstain ago. The mill Is a total loss with no the whole 'line as a single, plant. They! "I
bank had should b cut down materially.
ot the recommendedthat "
"r from the use of Intoxicating' liquor Insurance. Damage estimated at $20- will handle both, local and long ,dls-.l,,
y '
out business. -
of -
ANDREWS APPOINTED RECEIVER It p po 000. The plant will .not be rebuilt. tance messages.:.'< ''J

l THIEVES ROB MAIL WAGON. '-

""UilJ8T"BE TEETOTALERS. Of TalluUh. Falls Railway by Federal FIVE DACOES UNDER ARREST. The prospects for locating a large G.: C: Seudamore,, 'tomer cutler:ij

I- ..al JUdg'. Newman. Daring Exploit Pulled Off In New Or.. .cigar factory in South Miami look very of the Pensacola Bank and Trust' convlll

t Drink .Barred to Employees of B. & O. The Tallulah Falls railway extending Are Members of rack: Hand and Are ': leans YUlds t5,0b0. bright and'It Is probable that arrangements pan,,?and ,who 'was '",moYed' by UwJ

Railwsy. through? Habersham and Rabun countless Charged With Murder. At New Orleans Sunday :night daring will 'be completed to this end directors of. that, lnstitution'bas labsnl

It U officially announced that her:- Georgia into North. Carolina, Revealed by' the 'confession of one thieves 'robbed United States mall within a few -,. ek.. When the Drlck- arrested go." :lhe,'charge .of using UMMbaak's

, t \IF after employees of the Dartlmoro.and: Franklin N C., being the present terminus of his five slayers the body bf Jo.' wagon loaded with Incoming mall over ell. donated a' large'block of .land for rsiOs .In. baying jtork .,;WlMj9

1g ) Ohio railway' having anything to do was Monday placed t.\ the hands Trltlco, a :young Italian; .was exhumed. the queen and Crescent rtate. the establishment of a' .large cigar factory I the, rce ut'Ragc44tcnuh? '.he tnslfl

.. 'with the direction( or running of traljhs of a'recelver by Judge William T. New. Sunday on a truck farm, near'' St. The thieves were repofted ,to have the news wajpublished .broad caugljt; on\t&CWroog.'sldi, !, :of::,.the'msLCx lket

$ .will,i not be... permitted to use Intoxl- man of the United States district court Charles, Lo., where It had. been burled secured\ about $5,000 but the- postofOce cast.which has resulted In several cons iry.ls aider bocd?:wtq,'a.. surety J

casts at any time, either while on .or at Atlanta /petition, of the- Southern -, over a month. Four Italian are and rarre.t. authorities refuse to,make';any
oft ''dutyand.M:' every'. effort to prevent railway, A. B. Andrews being .named . .eharsed with th-.;murder, and. about the amount of the' rob-, propositioni and .everal' have 'come from nUnols. 'and waleomefganixerg .'
'
using beverages will'belemploled.' 'as the .5irfi official,, I the police are la pursuit: ef a'.fifth, frora')arge and. lafiuential concerns. bt .thaLABOR' ban' 'F' '

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I f lliloc VIIIey'' Galdtt. -w >*>*> > > pNsi> > rs4iv >..MrN Njrswr-vs N s s SsBrOSCEOLA KN'M4M 1'ttiN'tA"KN'N"""' "" ;.
: , The Perfect .. I
k .. I i C. A. CARSON, .........t. ". C. BRYAN, 84K1..p. t' tar, '
PUBLISHED BVKKY' F RID Y. PHARMACY S ..
Office In Valley Gazette BuildingnsmiMZK. '. ============== rr :za: B:: ================= I Ii
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: .CSCBOLACOUNTY.FLA.t Score of C

: Learned It. I II I I i Waters & Carson Grocery Co.,

W.:II., HARRIS Editor ..a Prop'r.SUBSCRIPTION If you suffer from 'I ,

._. There Is only one way to Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly -' -- -WhoUMla mma Iht.1I D*.l.rsiHAY .
Tho perfect Is to cure i .
way
KATES:
O..a.w.v... ...... ... .. .. .. .$106 Filled at Reasonable Prices. .
04'YII.
0.._..*. -u.a... . .... ... ::.. M GROCERIES
o.._. neu.... ... ... at A bad back.means, sick ,
AD fran uUxM" Neglect It, urinary ",- It makes no difference whose blank S
L, ....._-u.-..p ....._exempt be......br our the writer.SM.MT Do an'. Kidney Pills are your Doctor ,writes s
t ........ will not be raturmd unhM kidneys ouly. his Prescription on, we can fill them correctly. .'bounTYAeeNTS' POR 5
MlMfor. 1 ''cl We are Agents for ELBA which"
8. U. Lenn n* HOME REMEDIES
& 11:.......at d,;pMloffioa! KlMlmman. FUu,M. at. l.tll A"hley street I' CRATES
fo .4..i_Mil r..ttr.'cj i guaranteed. celebrated Fertilizers I S
_... .. __ say. *': "1 used/ l Uoan's I ,
-== \ ..*'_ 1 ., __ '
aural of ? "
I and rlioy me : GRAIN J ETC. $ '
Friday, January 31,1007.Hon. dh'I.I.der, of the kldne)',.. I ..... ..
Prlc
Uiitw" times on account of I ; FULL LINE TOILET ARTICLES. _____ Circular
.
I : FiiraliUicd ..
my buck 1 walt unable U> { T Appllojloii.IIIPES /

: t q Dannlte H. Mays, of. Moot for *>versl days. The
the kidneys were" In a very i
.. .
cello,'.who wss speaker of the House --- .
dition dark In color and if -" -
of Representatives of the'.'Io'rlda LegIslature -stand" would Ix-ounc' f the rtk &aIkA ye.m. flc FURS WOOL 4 ,
: In 1897 fend a candidate for of jHiy. I tried vnrloua, "
b Governor InTTKM has announced 1 his 1 'taking what .e'inoil like ijpsoi"p ;"Mtld ni.1i I

', 1, candidacy Congress from the third but nxvllclne. nothing and helped 1 uUo; iri-put. itt on J.W.[ T80 \ Country Produce= .a. Speolalty.f_ .

district to succeed Hon. W. B. La 3 got 1>lIan'. Kidney Pili... / 5
: 'mar. who desires promotion the vloo of a friend of mine, I'I I Air Kinds of frames JS .""' """"' ''''''' '' -
them according I to I
,, Senate. cured me In a very short I FUNERAL DIRECTOR, i { made to Order, ,* f >.....J.....*i rfk JW fc iBb.At B.Jflh rffc jA<*.. IW rfk dh.> h.Bh j.a.aAc.

r? As evidence-- that Florida's new" sen For sale by all dealers. LICENSEp EMBALMER I r 5 A1 1,
r cents Foster-Mllburn Co: f
a'tor knows how to deal a knockout New York, solo agents for 1 / Prompt: attention Given'to \I
I blow one has but to read his reply to. StaLe -J R. S. Floyd Si Co. i
orders sent mail
by or
a reoent criticism from Mr. Harris io Remember the name-- l Nice Line of Ladies' ajidGents' I 1' =I t
; his Ocala Banner. Mr. Hryan take no other. l telegraph. !

':, I ; the Nestor of the Slate press a drub gave ._ _._.. ___.. _SMITH.'I Burial Robes. ." o. J
4
: bin? sucb as few men would be able to Residence West Side of \ +' GROCERS

,' s land up -under. The Courier: l is not 78.. Court House Square. IK

jE} supporting/ Mr. Hryan. but in candor .>6L.lsra tx >h.14 Y'fsfic.e...ta,aAcafx,8. +t..dti-dk.erll.' ....... .tl '
: we tn'ust say that a few more slllv and I D. I .. ." NEW FIRM NEW GOODS V
: : =c. : -- -- -- --.-- - -- .- ,
-s.r = = -co: = ::: :::=;: ::: =- < "
{.J' ; peurlle attacks from such. men as Editor <: J" ; .
1 Harris will make his election a { *

dead certainty' Plant City Courier. L. HARRIS. M. D. J. ... MC EWAN. I IHARRIS' Full Lioe of High Grade Fresh
.
:; Senator William-J. Bryan will make\ \ Family land Fancy Groceries f V

,.; 1 <
f that. way If he goes Into every question ceries. .
f ORLANDO FLA . t tAr. i
with the same neat In which he t
bandied Editor Harrln. of. the Ocala 4 Prices, Iti lit. Kisshu", ,,.', }"J". "
"; Banner-the ".e.t. etll;" ol the Florida A Private Institution built and equipped with all 1 modern .J

y? press-there cad -be-no doubt of It. Fresh Fruits. Nuts for Surgical work-and the care;and treatment of iF'fF'w'.."'" "'" 'V"'III'O'Irr' ' 'IF'tP' iP" ...l.!.."IFrF>kF'iF SP'Irrrtl''fr. ..

t : When a public officer ii misquoted. accidentally sick. '
7 there I._POL need for such Confectioneries.Full Reasonable. Write for Particulars.] BUDDED TREES ;

; vigorous. language at the, Senator I
t used, but unfortunately, Florida has
a few which . ..
newspapers Intentionally \ -- -- - --- - --. - -. --- ---
-- -- -- - -- -- - Islesworth
-
f misquote} when" they serve a purpose Line Canned Nurseries. ; .
or Interett. in doing. so.-n.; Pierce
New. Cigars and obac
,: \ CHASE! & CO.. ]>i'npi
Confederate Veterans. I We will have ready for next FalKvnd Winter planting a general
w KISRJMMEE.!: FLA., Jan. :W, 111118. assortment of range and tiruiM'fruit Trees of all I leading vaner V
5 Alfred Iverson Camp No. 1482, U. Goods .are All Fresh ties.. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rouch Lnmon and
!!t C. V', of Kissimmee City Florida, Sour Orange room, g uarapt4>cd fret* from IOllfOCt."I'liLS| of any kind.
? 1, met. at the office of Adjutant W. It Prices Low. 5 I All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to
.Johnston at 2 p. m., there being present name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock 1 are second to
Mai. E. A. Barnes, commander; none and our 'trees are as line us raui.ey and twenty year's experience -
W. R. Johnston, adjutant and treasurer . .. . can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the +
e L end eleven other members Florida Midwinter Exposition Now Open. famous California Valencia Late which Is detained to become the ; X ';1
j The minutes of the last regular I Peace Post for greatest/ money-maker In Florida Our Valencia buds come direct
meeting. were read and approved. 1 have a fine lot of round Industry, showing the Industries of Florida Japanese. Bazaar, from the beat bearing trees In the district now famous for pro-
The adjutant made his report and fence posts, which will be Village. Streets of Cairo, the Bests Bands In the United during the best Valencias In California.
+ read the feveral ,orders from the .division anywhere In KiBsluraea. ': State, Special features Every Day. Free Acts. Fireworks. Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha Flavor call and '.
Nur
ami see our
brigade headquarters, alsoan lOc 7-ft, 12Jo: 8-ft,
;
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: Ceuts Low All
l 'order from headquarters of the 13c.T.. H. 4' Hates o Railroad i series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. .!

Third Brigade. ordering the. Camp to .
report at Tampa, Florida, on TUBSday. J
February 18, 1908, to attend the
annual encampment of the brigade for
a two II a)'.' meeting TH1SSPACE.
,The regular order of business befog WATCH j'TPI"
i t taken up the commander announced .
,
r, that the election of officers' for the
Camp for 1008 was In order, sad the .
following officers were elected, to-wit.: - . .
Ma .J. M. -- - .
'i ) O.rdnercommandant: W. '
,
8.Savage Harwell., second first lieutenant lieutenant; ;W.R. II.H. "B- When Wanting. New: Rubber Tires '

Johnston, adjutant;,T. Z, Hell chap- : 1 Card of ;

lain Wm.; H Slaae; D., Partln commissary, quartermaster; W. H.; Kissimmee Drug Co. .. .- T.hanks.I &

Johnston following treasurer. OR OLD ONES RESET ; ,
The -
/ delegates and alter ; -y--
nates'were appointed to the ,brigade EDITOR VALLEY GAZETTE: rr4
tooStlfrs-T and II./ C.. i Partin: Bell, DM, Breaker WHAT1!'WE DO FOR YOU.. Write .R. HOLLAND, ORLANDO FLA..
,
delegates ,
Gardner, ft., B. Savage and; J.T. M.n.J the Only Rubber Tire Man in South Flor- I We are too busy this Week winding up the old year's 'business to

Moaeler! alternates. eWe ida. He does the work and his price write advertisement '
right an but
The Commandant ordered the Camp carry the largest and ( you can just say to our friends and customers < ;
j to report at the court house square. In most varied stock of our line is right. See him before you go elsewhere. ,..! that
we are truly grateful for the
Tampa .on. splendid patronage that has Wj
Tuesday In
February 18, town. He will save you money and freight. I -
1908
at. 10 '
a. m. and .
that all of the Camp urgently be prennt requested - We carry none but the j been accorded us during th {_past year, and will endeavor to merit a "

In uniform., and all who have them to appear freshest and purest' of drugsat Respectfully, 'continuance of the same iq the future. '
I
all times t 1
It I... /
the, Intention of Tampa to.ex
,, : tend the hospitality, of the city to vi.. Your prescriptions are filled Very truly, '
iting camps>> ,' and addresses will be by a Graduate in Pharmacy R.L.HOLLANDSunny
v t delivered
to the brigade
the
on 19t.h at
s the Fair /grounds by Governor' Na besides five years'actual ex- H. O. STANFORD CO
.poleon B. Broward and President T. perience. ixaoooooooooooooa :
J. L.. Brown, of the Fai', and others; \
this dar to .lie celebrated as "Veter : Doesn't this mean something ! ._ r
'ans' Day." All ? MaOOOQOC
veterans with Groper : i
credentials will that C. A. C JI8ON. A.'CRANFORD.
on daLe be J
admitted K""" """" trN NMWKWK" --MNWKNKNeF 8 L. L.UPFKII
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to the ground tree of charge. ... : carry : help to r..ldent. Via-1M.Ide.L .
r''' The Camp upon the calling of they : deliver you? packages/ within I. Seweta'7. \ I
roll, found Comrades J. N. Woodall I a few moments after the pur- South r
r ,' and J. It. Gilbert, Sr., absent, they : chase. This is not idle I.. Sta.b1es..1 I ]
ft' having been called "&ero.. the river '
-i and are now'Pasting from their labors : boasting, but.'we want your KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO
'. v.;, ,In the shade. of the trees on the other business and we know we ,
' S L. H. INGRAM $
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iJl",. 'or'J.1'i;,; Camp There adjourned being no subject further to business the call the of I !- LIVERY SALE and d BOARDING = BROADUAY Ii Rough and Dressed '

i'., the commander. i Kissimmee Drug Co. $ .
J. M. GARDNER, P.o.. .oa'i
'I' I y Attest W, Jt.JOUNTON.? Major Adjutant Commander. : KI..lmmee. Fla. I II NLN..NNN\NNN\.M.M.\.NaN.NN\W\\\\YM..J ..__._..f $ Pine Lumber. ' .

Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and $ .

Messrs. P. J. Gardner, and Walter .. .. to meet all Vleirjajids $ f
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c Henderson, of Boston, ).11.... and Satis I.I *v''
U. W. lluason, recently returned CITY BARBER SHOP I faction. x i ii .I
from Slbera, arrived in town thisweek ,
to spend awhile with Mr. Frank HOUSE BILLS Al!I SPECIALTY
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,. 'M:1; :.:" ;'Island Agnew, Mr.at Gardner his home who on..Psradlse II" BOD- Now Open for Businessin i . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY .j Kloo*>e ocoo<> oorKt>onnnr>(ri< ir>r>rinnfiriririr. ...i .{

?, :la-law, of Hon. Henrviwbltney\ recent Patrick's Old Stand.
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In Spanish-American the same troop.war.,with, and:III'. served Vans jpEW RAZORS r Lena( Dtxtanc l>ho.. 117.... 22 ac... 8a......_FLA.- "
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",' ,{ .mining I'elJ-lLnd, .business Mr. Vans to British'' Agnew Columbia In the, ...Satisfaction Guaranteed.. t C. W. Griffin tt log Machinery oilers; Sawmills and Supplies.; od\ll'ork4 Engine' Complete .1,

jI and dater In Itusilan, '8Iberla.VbUe l in stock Liberal { .
linetWrrled
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;\ .expect: to take them on trip to his State agents 101' t.hle Ollh !
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rot ; :.orange/ grove III''the Big I Cypress, .- 0811011. Ensrlaea :* Vi
: '. pia J .about sixty miles,,.South of, Fort. I fine Spanish Jack.for Sale. Fancy i Family Groceries ; .
Myers.
Spanish Jack, 15':.'h..Jds high, 3 t . "
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*:A to plant twenty. acres intjrlsb ] old on account of death of the owner =
.,;, potatoes on their farm at Shlo- al.ollx young horses. Inquire of L I L' Deliuery Every Day .at any Hour Patronage Solicited, 1I -t
1 4''! Ala Creek. They now have sixty bar-. : L..H. ," Kissimmee .or, I..,' I BRING "
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Book Cases, Side Boards We have a beautiful' assortment of i ,
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Hie Kisslmmee I Yalleu GazetteTELEPHONE : See those Hub-Dry Towels at. Stanford Dwellings, for rent', apply to 'M. For .Sale.Howlinjr alley, with Millinery good at and below cost I Fleming's. Island Is 'one of'"' the
I Co.Ua.lJI Tilfer. complete net of balls' and pins. Big at. Mrs. Pllley's. 'how places around1'' Kisslmmee" now.
_. f bargain.; II, c I"PUNTAIN. the New With its beautiful flowers and wealthof .
at half price at Mrs. Mr V. A. Armstrong
I'illey'smillinery
Nd. Cut prices on wooleu> roods at Stanford luscious golden, fruit, ''pt'eplnll'' out
11 York In having a studio
btore.: I Co. Try the new barber shop. Kveryi '' photographer lot through the green foliage i It I. the mecca
Mrs. E.. A. Russell! has furnished} thing i.ew and up-to-date. Sharp ra- 'erected on the vacant and for all visiting -tourists, and launch ,
south of the Fleming building +
State Fair will In
I EVERY FRIDAY The open Tampa II cars clean towels. first-class lIerlce.Jtfomelll' partieiof visitors dally wend theirway
PUBLISHED rooms for light hou 'keeplng. u2-tf next Wednesday. will he ready for business a shorttime.
fortJlali Ir/ order to qualify thither.
A-BY- [., '
For Sale. Seed
-Georgia Corn. .1 1 1a
to In the r
Regular meeting of the School ydt town election your poll
W. BOFFICIAL ti AftRl. peck. G.'F. I'AUKKK.' Hoard next Tuesday.Uegular'meeting tax must fx' paid by -Friday night Fair Coinmiseioner'W.' IVan Du- Khihnmee' business houses are
. . .. -- The usual bervlces will be in collecting an almost unit In of continued''
4 -t ; ;- c:. ::- :: : : ":: held at February 7th-one the Baptist church nerl'Sunday morn of the town council. exhibit for the Bounty al the State prohibition and that the morals ,of
- WEATHER HKPORTvmx \In:!' and the entire membership is next Tuesday night, *- MU.Elizabeth Reynold, 'who has i Fair, and thinks he will be enabled to the town are Improved Is patent to
f (or wok vndlni ". ....- attend. There will be no been visiting Mr and Mrs. Lesley for', make, a very creditable showing, not- every' one Now'. If the conditions ,
.l. January. peT.tu: '. urged. at night on account' tif the I The Fav Stocking for children and the past four weeks, returned to Orlando wlthsthndlng/ the late hour at which are better, both In a moral and business .
-- --. .-------- tent rneetinp- ladles at Stanford Co. today We hope to see her, loKisslmmee the work was undertaken. way, then what argument' is
I Rainfall again.Mr. left favor of the saloon? t"
II.... Mln: \ A special meeting of the Wonien'n. Itegular'meeting of -the County Dr. W. 8. Grim Bearer Falls there In
IPods. ChrUtian. TCOHXTUDCC Union will be I (Commissioner next :Monday.MUsesVBerlle Byron Libby of Bokton.. is ona Pa., 1 lit here to spend a couple of Messrs.Kmll 'and" 'E rn..t' Maeb
held at. the home of the president.... visit to hill brother R. D. Libby, months'and is stopping at the Inn '
... ';0' 'Id Titos. Van Uuror, next: Tuesday afternoon I Johnson and Emma at his home near Kelly:.. Mr. Libby Or. Grim Is a prominent physician In .have opened a,, livery and transfer
' 9stard.r. ". . .CJ.5s..t.Q :'MflA I at 3 o'clock. All membersare I, Hunels visited Orlando Wednesday. i Is in poor health brought. on \tj a severe -i his home town and is here for the business at the old Beaman stand
and
,. 4e Ml attack: of pneumonia and (is hereIn He near the Valley Gazette office
benefit of his health.
attend. .pen.ome
.. urged to I
....--.r-*y .. .. 40 Oyer 1"O acres will be planted In the hope that he will be benefltled time. Id this section a few ago are prepared to acoomodate the ;public>>
"' .......y .... 70 loll I ..11 Col John B. Singletary, of Kraden- watermelons in this locality this sea by our mild winter climate, and lira enthusiastic years.advocate; "with, rood teams and'' new rig". Theyare
.. . ac\ INS very '
.. town and Mr. J. K. Singletary, of son. also 'In the wood business, and
;'ianda": Louftbman, were in !town Sunday vl.. Miss Emma Kuncls, of Olt.Oo,1 His honor. Mayor Murphy, Is still of KUsitnmee as a health retort. will do both heavy and light draylng.Bee .

Icing their brother. <)". T. SinirleVary, Mass., Is here on a visit to her friend, Improving butts rot yet. able to discard Mr and Mrs. W. L. Stevens and their adv 'In this paper.
who hits JuSt returned from an ex. Miss Bertie Johnson. his crutches. lie presided! over little daughter of Cape May N. J.,
-. """" tended stay in. Colorado.Mr. Mayor's liourt Mopday for the first ire spending some time here stopping 'C. W. Daon publishing some attractive
If you need anything. 'In Winter time since hU recent illness and dealt at the Inn. Mr. Stephens Is a former prices in his advertisement OB
H. W. Metcaif, of Orlando was" Goods you save from 2T) to GO percent out. justice to three offenders two of friend of the late lamented K.. s, I the front page of this paper Mr.
THE LOCAL FIELD. In town yesterday. ,Ir. yeu alf is at. StanfordCo. whom were fined tl5 and costs each, Be>i,1er; with whom he traveled extensively Dana Is a ,firm believer ID printer'

Interested in. havlnir a '"wet". and Try Klsslmmee Drug Co'.. LittleCathorltt'Granules while the other. was discharged. in foreign countries. lie I,. ink and(always lets the people Know
called In this
"dry" election county for Constipation, and hU family are highly pleased when he has bargains to offer.' In
as ho expects to a saloon hereif Metal "overhead ceiling is be'lnir 1 Is
open with Klssimmee, a.nd..re speaking of connection with. this statement, It ,
Torpid Liver and Billlousness 51-tf
If the "wets" are lucceuful.vrfB.ader. used for the 'lower story of the new buying a winter- .home here., and needless to say"he is one of.our most-
Wade, \the Tuner. Orlando, of thq Saturday Evening'Post New barber' shop at Patrick's old Graystone Hot. l,,,whlr.h, besides, m..k.InQ' coming down every season to escape successful merchants, and.1. enjoying,
this porUon3f the building almost -
and Ladles' Home JournsJ colon stand. Service by .a tonsonial artist the rigors of the northern jllmate, an ever Increasing; patronage.
Inigersoll Midget. watches' 92.00 atKatz's. with Aelson conversant. with all the latest fads In fireproof gives it a very hand .
their
renew subscriptions .
finish.The work of -
: barbering. tf Home finishing up
A. Russell authorized agent for Curtis the Inside of the hotel Is being pushedas
Orders for tailor made suits. at the Publishing Co., and save their\ We regret to learn that.Mr. Jno. S. rapidly as possible) and it will be
.. postage 91.40. a veal' 48tf! Bowen who will manage the/- Gray-
Store
Cash
for In short time.
, ready occunancy. a
stone Hotel has been to. his S ''dtesrew.r MAOM.MACH ,
:i'; h' You will; 'alwaynnna' fresh candy atOllbert.s. County Surveyor J. W. Oliver home for some day by confine sIr Jno. M, Lee went" up to Waco .MHo M .RH.
i 't'r "' ,47 m tf.I ., Road Supervisor U.V.. Overstre Wedn'-sdav to the IlleworthNursery. .
inspect
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and Lewis Shiver spent several..dayson For tarsi-class work, patronize the
+ N., Mr. and Mrs. G. fr\ .Krlbbaj,.Ipt-Dt business in the Crabgrass'section White Star Laundry Quinn Edmond-; He Bays Chase A. Co. 'havea BROS'.a'Livery
hundred In andnursery
.. thedy in Orlando.Tuel a,;'*": > last. week. While there Mr. Over. son will call for and deliver your acres grove I ,

Miss. Emmie Moseiey. of GothaT was stret. succeeded In, bagging three' One packages. \ 47.tf He found there manager which is J. looking W,: Hoard fine '

here this.week visiting relatives. wild turkeys., Florsbeiui *3 Patent Oxfords are busily engaged fumigating; the grove,' 1 Feed and Sale Stable. i ,
Leave packages for the White Star' Mrs. Taluin the aged mother of the correct thing as to style comfort; which is done by means of large tents, ,
Laundry with Oulntt Kdmondson 47t Mrs. N. F. Bass, who is here on a el-c. Found at. H. C. Stanford' Co. which entirely cover the t.ree.IDder, '
visit. to her daughter had the misfortune onlv. which the fumes are liberated killingall WOOD-t-DRAYINQ;
Col. P. A. Vans A"'new went'up to whlchrhinder the development ,
to fell one day this week and Inbectpesta! '
Jacksonville on business Wednesday' break: her arm just above the elbow Syrup>of W its Pine and Tar i..aremedy and growth of the tree and H Everything Is'"ew and First-Class. We' will

night. "> Dr. Wino, who is attending her, reports trKuf will positively cure fruit Mr. Lee was highly pleased and Satisfactory $er- '
MrWR.D. Waring is hereon a visitto that she is setting along as coug'ns( and colds. For sale af Kis- with the nursery stock which he found Reliefer Prompt

-. be'T'parents' Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ; well .as could be expected simmee Druir Co. JSl-tf there and purchased! five hundred vice lay or 'NI ht. All kinds
Chairman Walter Base, Sr., of'-tbe' trees with which to enlarge the Lee
.Woodall. The census of I3ar tow which was M Heavy Hauling.AT ,
sold Parsons Cattle Co.'s grove at South-
Board of County Commissioners
cook and boy ordered hy the city council some
.Woman to this
W ANTE port. When those are planted
ApplY.t.o L lime has been completed arid the poor farm orange c.'OpLhl. week SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113.-

to EX work Barbeau.around house. I* shows ago a population of This-three Is thousand Increase to five Mr.cents C. a K.box: Franklin on the for trees.seventy The,, trees grove, the will larger contain portion twenty-re of which hundred are ,..... "..... ,..:.. ,.""' ,....;. ,...... .....

t Subscriptions' for tile Atlanta and of sixty-nine.seven hundred since an the crop is estimated at from .",,Otx) to 3.000 already In bearing. -
daily ''aeml-weekly, taken -.
Journal, or boxes. ,
I" state census taken\ two''and a half
at this office.Mr' ? \ears ago Courier Informant.George Lewis Johnvou was In town last

: at*) Mrs. J. }1. Dickinson came I. Uilr- Saturday circulating a petition fora
buildlog
In frOrifNarooossee and spent UM foot Saunders launch for Mr. H. O'.NeaI "wet" and "dry" election, and we
Svmday in town. ty-two and merchant at Rosalie, understand Lawrence Sullivan Is !
postmaster Sale I
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Chapman from be used Mr O'Neal circulating a similar petition In. tbesout.bprn Millinery
Mr." E; L. ; came up which will by Big,
[,gbman Monday and spent the day transporting his freight from Klssim-\ expected that part. enough! of. the names county.will It have. is .1s

In town,shopping.., of juee being to constructed FIT, Gardner.near the Tbe veneering boat is' been secured by Monday to presentthe \
Williams,
'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard mill.) I petition to the commissioners at .
Lodgbmao, spent last Sunday in their' meeting on that date and that ..
town, .stopping a the Inn. I Millinery prices cut in half for the the election will\ be called for florae I : -

.QmlnJKdnionion will call for your! next thirty days at ore Plllev's. I time in March. --............ J <

suodr i. Please. have the chance. fort T. Preston Lewis, I minister for 'the! Messrs. Jno. A. WilsonGeo J. .. .;.,2.
'4 on deliyery of the same tf. Christian Church in Klsslmmee, will I LambertonTOscar; Dale Frazier. ,
to Gilbert' nreach at the usual hour on Sunday ton C. W Cone and J. P. ; .'
you are hungry go 84 2nd. Endeavor: and Sun. the Jolly crowd of Franklin Pa., oilmen
...a4.' lunch restaurant order lent or; up.call 47-tf.up day-school February at the usual hour.- Everybody i, who have been spending some Now is the time to save money. For the next

b ore your is cordially invited to attend weeks here! enjoying the One shooting .
'80. t.s and F G. Gilbert, two these services tun ...v-.chool at 10 I have returned to their home. These, *

of KUsnfle'* citizens, are registered( a. m., sermon at. 11 a. m., Endeavorat J, gestlemen spent most. of their time I will offer entire stock of Millinery -
at the SaV5attBfS.Orlando Renorter'Star 0:30: and sermon at. 7:15: p. m. while here! 4& the woods and brought thirty day my ,

;' Monday. ,. The Junior Union of the Baptist I Iin fine bags of quail and snipe every 1 ..

i. Tb%W.JM.OOO P. }noon. of Company fish last Church Sunday held afternoon their regular at 3 o'clock.meeting There last.>; their day. stay They and were expect) highly!to pleased'return next with. at a Biff Reduction. .. '

: .bIP Capt. I. I intcrWtlnir i winter. _,
prepared
: Tuesday, which ow was a very program \ .
: the Pbllpnlne and- Sandwich | Geo. T. I II ,
: A. Bass at Fort Myers.l .on : Mr and Mrs. SingleUryI : ' .. .. ,
"t I Islands The next meeting win arrived home last.* Friday night from t '
and shirts I ""* *
,1 ; Send your collars cuffs Quinn be next Sunday afternoon at3o'clock. 'I, an extended sojourn In the Wesu.,L.... Untrimmed Hat that were $1 00 now $+ fO".I"? .. ">
to the White Star Laundry. The subject will be, "On the Mount of Mr. and Mrs. Sineletary out to 1Untrimmed I '
"'\I Edmondson will call for him.your .packages ,-tf Transfiguration.; All the children I I Colorado last summer to spend a few 1 Hats that were 1 50 haw 15I .
if you *111 notif; are cordially)] invited. i< weeks, ooth of them being In a low .

: 'For- S..le.-A fine "Berkshire Boar Quinn Edmonddon will call and ge I state of health, and hoping be ben- I I Untrimmed Hats that were 200 now 1 00.: f' y yTrirnmed
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oM weighs about 400 pounds packages for the White Star stilted by the chance of climate. The "
;, one year ree other hog. your Laundry. 47-tf I change, however did 'not accomplishthe I Hats that were 3 00 now 2 00 -
al.o WEAVER. desired result both of them hay "\-
., '"' 'I' W. H. circulation ; '
.:R... L. Holland and B. I.. Ilyer left The rumor that having Chains, gained Walter ing taken seriously) 111 shortly after Trimmed Hats that were y.' 5' 00 now ,,3 25. '
their arrival there'and were only recently -I
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hunting the Board of County ,
'. 'r'1 toda outoern, for Vtwo-weeki'part of Osceola county Commissioners Bass Sr..of had signed the able to undertake the journey \ Trimmed Hats that were- ,., 'l 50'now 5 00' .
Lbe OrlandoImporterStar. back home. On the return trip
; "wet" and
,' deer ana small goie. calling for a '
after petition they sAtpped over aft Hot Springs, I
.- eectlob.; and Mr. Bass being I ,
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"" Do'you. need a new suit? We' can absent from the city 'and unable to Ark physicians,, where, Mr.and Slngletsry where he consulted says he 'Similar Reductions will be'itindcoti Caps .and Reody.t -Weor Goods. ., ,, J

'' Atand please; your. eltber' In read deny the'report'' himself, the Valley learned for v the first" !time the cause of j -, -,.' . ,. . '

'ti-,.I.f )mode;or or It you prefer best having ring It friend Gazette of has his been to make asked strong by a'denial warm both hU and his '' wife's troubles, .:... .This is below Actual Cost. Come.earlyand,makei your: selections. '
represeo6t11A and ;
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America.SWDIfiQ attack of malaria, eQnLract.ed.whU.*
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ou.eIJII loan 'you Bass, himself! that he did not sign . when Mr
Bent.-Will .residingnear the swamp
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build a Singletary: was engaged; -MRS"PJLLE'Y
or
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Ui"; \ money on would be highly Iraproper .
IntAlre.t'and va1able... .business.. Under the new treatment be .
,,1fIi 'am..Ura term.Of See J. M. W it son. Jr:. to do so on .account: ;, of hisofficial, lavsthey.are both, improving t t, : ;
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THE TYPEWRITER: GfRU6eo A. Heal Experience With Life lasuranca '
I K HOUSEWORK very active for the last year or so the busy typist girl Makes A ''Southern, pulpit 6rator'one';8m*

New'I,companies have been formed, As she pounds th, keys, That Interesting day morning! was describing, ,the experience ::

a kl tXN G and old ones enlarged ]Most ,Japanese Printing other people's thoughts ,But Not l Very Reassuring Reading of the prodigal, son. hide,

mills use ..tea.m.tQr. motive, pow. With, apparent ease For Policy Holders endeavor to impress bin ,fearers. wlt_ ,

.r. and nearly all. the machinery,,uNd Sometime printing\ other tbipgsIlecause the shame and remorse that this

orb t i 9 is of American make,, of lack of care, Prom the Country Gentleman. youqg! roan felt and his desire to'',. ,

And thus producing In her boss : cast away his wicked doings be spoke ,
The most extravagant of mona.hln tenders mho are considering the
e A strong impulse to swear. thus: '
Monkeys are remarkably keen of the matter of sea palaces Is not,/ See her'with,, !) her guileless face. advisability of Insuring their lives "DIs. young man. sot to thinkingabout 1:

sight. but,, deficient in sense of amclL ,fit one might suppose the German Making her excuse: and<1 particularly those who are weighing ; ,Ills meanness, and !his'misery,

Emperor but the Czar of Russia, who "I bad It in my notes you see" the relative advantages ot differ- and he tuk 'off1' Ills coat ad.frowed;

half rales ,for woraerf some old Swedish hotels because they t'BtoJ in the experience covering
and rowel) dat away and deb.tuk .
-- :A. Boyd, In Harper's Weekly. ;
eat less than'm'n. .
twenty-six of the of
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'Is 1 the longest river on the globe: The Syrup9figsixrt8enna' } Upon William. Bryan's return to 1881 $10,000, flfteen-year tontine. Philadelphia t

longest single river la undoubtedly Cotter Bride's horns from the White In the' 'case pf Policy " ., I1S I '

the Aninzcm. House he found a note and a. box with all\ lor.tlno policies, the Insurer THIS MAN 14 HACK ,,1

which had been -sent to him by an agreed that no profit should be paidto ACHKIi FOH TWO Y1CA.RS.Cured .

The moonstone Is a mineral so s'- \ old lady whom be knew while a member -- him (or 'to the beneficiary In case It -

ballad( on account of the I play of the of congress 'years, ago He slip\ of lilt death) until the expiration of by Mlnard'n Liniment after all

light which It 'exhibits. Moonstones ped the box Into his pocket; and Join the tontine period In November. 1898. rise haul failed-we wnnt, you

are found In ,greater or less quantities ,. gently! yet prompty ed his daughter and several 'friends At I that time he was to have choice of to send a postal fora'q'
llottle.
I in all jnountalnou I regions. ontKe >at luncheon a.t the Raleigh Hotel. four;, options. viz.: : Free

bowels,cleanses When dessert ,time arrived. he ordered 1. To sell the policy to the company Tilin.rd': Liniment Mfg. Co., l>e..r: Sint '

h Such a year (or possums was ;hover the walt to 'search!; his pocket for a sun of money; then, to. bo I write you tlieaa. few lines to let you kno

Thousands of American women before been known In T 'nnos3 e. the system effectuallY, and bring forth''the package fixed; or- that I thank you for your,;ample of. *

In our homes are dally sacrificing There 'havo liocn more brought to "These" he said "are ,doughnuts 2. To receive" an Increase In tb'oamount.lusurl'c1 (.id Liniment sent me about week an a

tbftir.lives to duty. market tills season than durlngUany:: .assists one in overcoming sent!' to me by an old friend and we ; or- half ago. I want to tell you that. I have

In order to keep the homo neat three or four previous years. They ''are to eat every one of\ them," -8. To let the policy stand paid-up had the bark ache nenrly two years, and

and pretty,tho child(reri well dressed, sell .at from twenty to fifty cents nabitual constipationpermanently. All gladly consented.!' and the Peerless for the original amount and take) au could not get anything lo cure it until'X
and tidy, women o rdo. A female looked In"the and found your advtitiaemeot. -.
each. annuity for his share of the profits paper
;
One consumed five :while the .
weakness or-tlLoplaoement is often To get itsbeneficial waiters or- I hull spent a good teal .f
looked on In horror.Wash.tngton
brought on nnd they suffer silence, A basket of roses, made completelyof 4. To draw the profits In cash money and did not get any aatUfactioa
'York
SpecLM to .New World.
k drifting'.along from bad to worse, butter, basket and all. '19 being f ejects f f buy and let the policy stand. receiving annual out of it. Now I will tell my friends and

knowing well that they ought to exhibited through England by the ( dividends thereafter.As neighbors about your great remedy form

$ have help to overcome the'pains and government of Victoria, one of the tnegenuine.., UNCLE SAM'S WAY. an Illducement to take this pol aches and pains, for I am feeling O. K.:

aches which daily make life a burden.It States in Australia to remind the Manufactured tyythe Englishman (on Atlantic liner) : icy the Insurer was furnished with a. now. You can publish my name anywhere

is to these faithful women that mother country'of her great agricul "Well old chap we'll\ soon be engaged document on the society's printed you like and I will recommend Minard's

with those blarsted Yankee Liniment. Yours very truly Joseph Parry.
LYDIAtLPINKHAsYTSVEGETABLE tural wealth. CALIFORNIAJic . blank calledv an "Illustration," setting .
II:.'Providence K. L
I custom inspectors.! forth the probable results at the 33 Ingrabam St., ,

COMPOUND Nobody knows who discovered American: -' "You bet! And re 'end of the tontlno period, "calcula Jan. 7. 1D08. '
Mars Ho baa Sfcrittjp Co. member old man that the Unite! tions based" The above letter is one of many telling of
) comes as a boon and a blessing; been known as a planet (so the "Illustration"

I as it did to Mrs. }<'. Elltn\'ort1.1! of for thousands of )'C'arl. The same 801.0Sfh ttWS MO CGlSfS-Of!! .1OTT\.t! States expects every man to pay his says) "on tho actual oiprrlcnco of wonderful euros. by lend Minnrd'a Liniment bottle,Free and
offer to a special
Jdayrille N. Y., and to M rs:11L IH '. may 'bo said of Venus. The diurnal duty! -Puck. the society( for a number of years." we'again .
Minard's Ltni.
. who aend to
postal
to all a
H Boydof Beaver Falls, l'a>,who say : relation of Venus was discovered by The following( table shows the ex- *
Maas.
A
man's wife would never know he meat Mfg. Co., So. Framingliam. ;
v
"I was not able. to do my own xvork-j. Casslnl In 1667. Neptune was discovered FI'X'SR4Vitue'DanceNervons DlneaiMWi perTiannutlycunxl pected results as stated In this "11Illstratlon. .: +
Owing to the female! trouble from which iu 1846.Denmark bad a bad temper if he didn't lose It .by Dr. Klin..'ft Urent Ne..... ." compared with the actual
suffered. Lydia E. Plnldiam's Vfgo Restorer W trial bottle and trestles froe. results! as given the Insurer by the Doctors are !In business for health of

P .tableCompound helped mo wonderfully claims some Interestingspecimens LICE IX rOL'I.THV.Borax l>r. II. B. Klino. LU..1K Arch StPhhl_ ? PawACCOUNTING company at the end of tho fifteenyears others but not for their own

u and I am so well that I can dons big a of marine architecture In* FOR IT. : ---

a r day's worlc as I ever did. I wish every ho live oldest vessels in the world. 6prny a Safe I'reventUe. "I understand that old Tltewad Exrwlwt Actual TUB COOK'S CONSiXN RAT10N.
sick woman would try it. 1. taiHjiTainnornoiii-v ... ....... "' .114" jnm
t The Albeitine vas built in 1794 tho Harmlessto gave you fc cigar yesterday!' t liiiTpnno In rtmomiijniiiircxj.. Itj.HMI ..1'", Mrs WlgRs: : "Cook has, broken
u ', FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. Constance in 17 93, the DoWendeBrodoo Simple, Cheap, "Yes." 4. Annuity' lii-u of l.r..Ot"i .... ..i 141 .only one dish today dear.: "
Kovls. I. I'ruritHlncniu.... ............. 4 UM'/ J.iBJ
For. thirty :years Lydia K. link- in 178G tho Ginlle: \ Ikmsor in 'i 1 wonder how he came to do that r' The Insurer Ucclded the fourth Mr.tWIggs: : "That's better How'did
on
ti ham's Vegetable 'Compound, made 17SG, and tho Marie in 1776. All are "20'Mule Team" Borax: was a good "I guess he must have known what: option taking $1887 cash and letting It happen?" .

1 from roots and herbs, has been the still in regular service, some even thing to rid poultry of lice. 1 had kind of cigar It \\"as.-l Houston{ Post. tho' policy\ stand as It was. entitling -- Mrs. Wlggs: "It was the lost one"

f standard remedy for female ills trading to Iceland used much inflammable Lice killers Judge.
so him thereafter to
and has ofV There i I" more Catarrh In this section. of annual! dividends.
';- positively cured thousands that my Poultry Houses were regular the country than nil other diftraaes put together The "Illustration" estimated
; women who have been troubled with At a recent ou'Ooof old coins fire traps. I gave my S. C. W. Leg and until he taut few yean was sup- that thcsn dividends would !begin at When trouble start they come llksV i '
displacements, inflammation,uleera- some of the English coins back as far posed to be incurable.: Kor a great many
tion,. fibroid tumors irregularities as Edward the Confessor brought horn house a good spraying just two 'ear* doctors pronounced it a locnl du...... $6S in the year 1901 the insurer a string of beads .
; aDd local! remedies. and was Informed. In to
prescribed by con answer inquiry
months Since 1 have caught
that only $1 each, and one of them only ago.
: pains! backache
periodic bearl
tanlly (ailing! to cure with local tre.tment.pronounced addressed< by him to the of ,
l. ing-down feeling,flatulency,indiges- ten cents. A rare Elizabeth crowns several hens and I found no lice. I it incurable. Science, ho* proven. tho secretary in.. n. QaEKn's Ross, of Atlanta, a..., are.
"= ttondirzlnessornervous prostration. with a profile of tho Queen brought am rid of lice and shall continue to >tarrb to be a constitutional disease, and company, that $418 had been tin. only Riiooamfal frol"Y| Hnnvlallaia, in the.
therefore requira constitution! treatment. added from tho profits to the amount world. bee their liberal offer In aUvMtla-
Why don't you try it? $16( ; a half crown of the same reign use "20 Mule Team" Bc.al a '
t Iall'. Catarrh Core manufactured br 1<. J. of his policy. This last summer he mint la another column o( Ibis papor.
p :Mrs. Plnkham Invites all sick I (12( and a halt crown bearing, the spray, also as a wash. Cheney & Co.: Toledo Ohio im the only constitutional inquired again as to the
amount, and
women to write her for advice. stamp of Cromwell $11. eureon the market. It la taken in-
She has guided thousands to (Signed) MRS. B. R. BUFFHAM.Roiarell. ernally in d....,. from 10 drop to.teaepooa'ul. was told that it Is now $258. On his Heads of sensible women are neVer

health. Address New Mexico.A It act directly on the blood mucous asking how It could be possible that thatched with dyes tresses.
: Xiynn Mass. COLORS SEEN IN DREAMS. .
urfaeea of the.,aiem. They offer. one bun- the profits earned by his
policy were
k ,, deed dollar*foranyriueitfciU to cure. bend
Only Two, Says Scientist and They prophet is not without honor in for circulars and mtintomalii Addrcea f.J.CHKKCT less In 1907 than six years before he '<7ti.roko Rotm..4).r...... '
his own community. as long as he pays : & Co.. Toledo Ohio. was Informed that there was an error bum aDd Mullen la Natura'a great rna*. ]H
e.w"eiu Are Red and Yellow. his bills. Sold tiv Drugiruitfi. ;5<-. about crediting- him $418 In 1901. 4y--onr. Coughs, Colds Croup and dose >.
:: :Take flall'a Family I'llla for oonatipalfaNa. miapUon, sad all throat and lung troabla.
and
that
seut Red and yellow are the dream colors -, ---. the proper amount at. that AtdruggtaU.fan, Wo. aad til.OO p.r bottles
,. If Dr: Havelock Ellis is right. THE DEAD AWAKENED. date was $118.

No other hues come to the dreamerof Stop That Cough' By this tlmo the Insurer decided

WIfte.t one and. fetrn whr w.. s.esr. ..... dreams. Slmroth has declared before It becomes chronic. Get And the Colored Porters Vanished tht he had better take any cash that Styles sometimes make a bandsomowoman'look '

3 5odektw.adb.t.d.rlafaoursndaaar BvoaMSiAMDBiuoN: Peal that red Is the most primitive of colors Brown's Bronchial Troches the best Immediately. be could get from the e company otherwise..
preparation known for coughs
and long ago protoplasm from, and asked for remittance. Thenhe (
,; ;: which human Something happened at the Baltimore told '
beings derived their origin was that If he wanted cash he Xrs.Win.bw'sSootbingSyrnpforCbfldr'egt t
on the new earth probably 'responded There is little fun in doing the A Ohio depot a few nights ago 'could have only $128. The only Imaginable toethlng.softansUipguaia.rudiioBainflanimao' ,

to or was affected by red things we are compelled to do. which caused a number of the colored ( explanation of this second Uoau7.p.curea. wind I C',2r.eabo't.lil.V.

color wave.. employees to wish they had been shrinkage seems to be that the company Man grumbles most where he 1 1.
....
In the depth of the sea the algaeor elsewhere. will not,pay AS much In cash as treated beat-at borne

seaweed are red. With the savage WORN OUT ::WOMEN1 "Anyhow remarked one of them i If taken In''Insurance. No hint to .

red is thtj favorite color and fora Will find Encouragement------ In Mrs afterward, "I'm glad it didn't happen I that effect however. Is given In the Only One MBromo Qnlalne* ,1-
bright of red calico African at the station because then I "Illustration the
piece : McrrUt's Advice. new i words of which That Is Lajtatir'Bromo Quinine. Look
savages/ gladly would give valuable would be uneasy the balance of my I are} "The policy would draw annual forthedgn.tureoflfr W.Oro-. Used the
elephant tusks. Mrs. W. L. Merritt .207 S. First Ife. I'll only have a few days more I dividends thereafter payable In cash, World over to Ours Oold la One Pay. BOo.A. t

Red strikes the note of Intense Ave. Anoka Minn., says, : "Last winter here and It I think ghosts are after or, applied to Increase the amount Insured

emotions. It Is tho color of joy. exultation : I began.to sufferwith me I can get out.ot the way." aI' the policy) holder may. ,pencil la often hard pushed to tall

t Jubilation. Savages paint .' my kidneys. I A box f Intended for shipment to a elegt"I the truth. fc

H themselves red and rejoice at seeing had pains In my back place in Montgomery county was received __ I
each other in burning hues. German and hips and felt all
at the station. It was the
A Game Professor.
worn out. Dizzy Moravian Barley and Spelts,
women of the early daubed underta.ken
ages kind: of a box: that Is used bi -
their bodies with billllant red and spells bothered me : Boston and Cambridge people of an two great cereal, make. growing and fat
as the outer casing for caskets -
and the kidney secretions -, earlier day remember well Professor toning hop and cattle possible. in Daft
end .
yellow considered
Worlds themselves r. were irregular. 'but it happened to be empty Child of Harvard a scholar who was Mont., Ida., Colo., yn, everywhere, and;I
most beauteouslyadorned.. when it was received."Let's old to above Salxer'a Billion Dollar Graaa.
On sacred festivals In Rome and The first box: of likewise a live man. President Eliot the 12 ton Hay wonder Teoimte, which
_1w rl yPtediCIej Greece Pliny recol'dsred was smeared Doan's Kidney Pills have some fun with the col tells with great gusto a story about produces 80 tons of green fodder per acre.
rr I Iii brought decided re- ored porters," suggested one ot the his faithful attention to city politics. Lmperor: William Oat prodigy Ac >and
the statues of and
over
t Jupiter was other rare farm seeds that they offecjfc//
railroad employees calling another
S r Cstr Coustlpatlon Diarrhoea. Convulsions, the color of religious rejoicing.The J Hef. I am sure they Professor Child always attended to
j Sour BUnaseb. eta It Destroys Worms.J employee and having him stretch himself his JesT CUT THIS OUT Ann RETVIU: IT
would do the same for any other duties as a citizen of Cambridge.
FsvrrisliiMss and Colds. It Aids Dina. human eyes It Is said can bottom with lOc in stamps to the John A,'.SaUep
) It*<.** TSKTRIKO Xssy Promot Cllesa distinguish 100,000 different hues or woman suffering as I did." upon the of the box.: One night be went to a ward meetingat Seed, Co.. La Crone, \Vn, and get their;
sad Produces Natural.leep. colors and can appreciate and differ- Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box. The lid was placed upon the box: which a boas began to put forth big catalog and Iota of 'farm fceed aam,
.
entiate twenty shades of each hue. FOlter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N._T.:.-__ and the colored men were called upon some of his' warped Ideas. The col- pies A. C. L.

i ; J In -other words the eye is capable of to remove it to a train thai was In lege professor was speedily on his
man to waiting. The colored men were feet A woman would rather break a $K
2,000,000 color impressions Chi. It Is easy for a have the pro and scathingly denounced the
h cago Tribune. courage of his convictions It his bank ceeding slowly along the platform boss and his methods. bill than .a 10-cent dish
jt with the box: when the occupant of It After' the meeting was over the "1 "" MM_
balance Is large enough.
Ho Knew. .._ slowly raised the lid. It took the good natured boss just to show that Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woelford's: !,

.t The pretty teacher was trying to colored porters considerably less than he bore no III: will, met the scholar Sanitary Lotion. .Never fatU. At druggiata
t a explain the difference between good bUTICURA CURED FOUR. one second to drop the box and seek on the stairs and genially handing ,

1 conduct and bad. "flood actions," quarters Inside the building.-Washngton ; over a cigar said: "Have a smoke, 'Genuine happiness is able to stand
Suffered With Itch.
Southern Woman "
she explained "are the lovely flow Ing, Boning Hash--Three. Little Star profess! a lot of bard knocks. .
r 1 ers. Bad ones are the weeds. Now, Babies. Bad Skin Troubles--C llCntlcnra His antagonist straightened up .'
,n can any little boy or girl tell me the Her Old Standby.My CUBS'.FOOD took the cigar and said with great

difference between flowers and baby had a running sore on hi. They Thrive. On Grape-Nuts. dignity: "Yes; I'll match you In any Avery & Company

weeds What are flowers! What neck and nothing' that I did for it took of your lesser vices' "Boston Her ,

are weeds?" effect until I used Cuticura: My fa c.t w.a Healthy babies don't cry and the aid. I V
SUCCESSORS TO
"Weeds." said Walter who had nearly full of tetter or some similar tin well-nourisbed baby that is fed on

4 beep struggling with the sorrel In di.... It would itch and burn so that I 3rape-Nuti Is. never a crying baby. Plenty of Time. AVERY & MCMILLAN : ';
his mother's garden "are the plants could hardly stand it. Two cakes of Cuti Many babies who cannot take any The t"
had
pretty nurse taken the
'.. and box of Cuticura Ointment ftl.naSoutri Fonylh St., Atlanta
Soap a *
that want to and flowers CUR other food relish the perfect food
i grow aretbe cured me. Two yean after it broke out on best of care of the steel millionaire. ,
ones that don't."-Youth's Companion Grape-Nuts, and get well. "I want to -ALL HINTS OF-
would me said
hands sad wriat. Sometimes I you marry hoImply.
to my
don't buy a
0111, Papa forget "My little baby was given by '
go nearly crazy far it itched so badly. I up )) .
ftottto of ENVY'S exPECTORANT -_- -Y went back to my old stand-by that bad three doctors, who said that the condensed But Mr.. Glltedge, this Is rather MACHINERYRsllabl ;

:.j' for your little girl. A S'-'re Cure. never failed me-one set of Cuticura Rem- milk on which I had fed her sudden." ,

:M was during an oral examinationat edies did the work. One set also cured had ruined the child's stomach. One "I I know child I know. But .15 )
You can buy It at any Drug ; you
medical uncle's baby whose head was a cake of doctors told that the r
of
a college. As tho examination my the me only' have plenty of time to get used to
Store and you know It never fails proceeded the student who ores, and! another baby who waa in the thing to do would be to try Gra.peNuts. the Idea. I'll have a fierce job get-

U cure my Croup and Couch.MORPHINE. was being questioned got warmer and same St.fix. Mrs. LUlie Tenn.Wilcher.Feb.770 1007.ICeveuth so I got: some and prepared it ting rid of my wife."-Plttsburg
Chattanooga, ,
warmer and the sweat broke over as follows: I.!soaked 1 % tablespoon- Post.

his forehead. "What would you do full In one pint of cold water for half .

to throw a patient Into a profuse CONFIRMING THE DISAPPEAR an hour then I strained off the liquid

... other dog 1.ba..n posltlvsly Bend by perspiration." at length asked the ANCE. and mixed 12 teaspoonfuls ot this Prince Iulo\v.
&ABITIMA. PorYy.rmborl.urealFree. examiner "if you had tried the ordinary City Ed.ltol"-In" this story yon say strained Grape-Nuts juice with six: Many good judges regard the
... ... i
.er.ai4lawlas asjnpl* ..rspp '... tR,.wlsr prtoe, SB..?. drugs without effect?" Send the automobile "disappeared In a teaspoonfuls of rich milk put In a Prince von Oulow as the ablest dip-

k -f"a. ...." ** "PaI Lash_ etw him here to bo examined" repliedthe cloud of dust"-and It baa been rainIng 'pinch of salt and a little sugar lomat alive. He is a man of fascinating -

'I"i student without a moment's hesitation. fo rtwo days! warmed it and gave It to baby every address and e-quislte courtesy. '.-

"If that didn't do it there's Cub Reporter-One on me old two hours. Long residence In Paris and Rome ..... _-___, 'i.'

nothing that would"Kennobco man. HoWll. "an eruption of mud" "In'tbll simple easy way I saved has developed in him the art ot light Prick Engines-. BolUra. ., all

FACE Journal. 811i... Wheat Separator.' .

A' strong. healthy child rosy and laugh- I IInc. perament and gracious manner
#
The Coit. \. The food must certainly be per i which has beeen notlcably' lacking in
'
Oared la'O to it n.. ,
full of pimples Germany's war.In Southwest Africa pBeA fect to have such a wonderful effect i many of the makers of modern Ger.' ,

+ ; has 'cost $50,000,000, which has) P Ointment Is. ;Hl.edtngorl'totrnudalnjPike as this. I can truthfully say IthinkIt I many.:" :Jtunsey's Magazine.
as Ills for asuy a.. .. Os rt* *Ttasaakraldls Mof ltAiM.BUi
ss AKssUsa sea been spent overcoming the resistance bit to 14 of'one or- two*.native' tribes. The raise delicate babies on, and Is also a

Parsons''Pills4 losses In action were heavy. Elghtr- delicious' healthful food for grownups t An Outpost of Empire.
commissioned officers werekilled' HEART INTEREST. have discovered In Crete is one of ,the worst stations l ,
six as we our BEST lIipROVED'SAW'BILLOHIUlnL. ttn.
., grey.....i.- -.ksl.tks Um *., and the non-commissioned officers officers "That play. remarked the critical family" for British troops. There is little to /

w .,k.'.4 ..a..a.upNM.' numbered 2291; rank andfile, liersont: ."'Mcks.heart Interest.'t Grape-Nuts "Is equally valuable to see nothing to gain unhealthy climate Large Engines and Bol(era Supplied -W'
1-- ,, tr a u dan .... . . "It does _." answered th ,,.tar; and poor rations; In fact it is promptly Shingle Mill; Cern'. Millet! -
182. colo- the 'strong healthy ,
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'joet < eee *nway ttwr an-ideal place for "brigands and Sawa,3aw Teeth.Pftent DosS "
L a Js..M t5. aMas aw r.lal troopsi sixteen officers ;and; \ 195 "you ought; o stands for the, true theory of ,rqb- "
I men 'perlahed.-DetrOit'News.' ' 'manager. to taking the bas'ofltceri, ;health. "There's' a ,Reason." Read<< bers, or, to be more,polite "Turk. Steam governors, Full line Englnee A; .
: : ... ,' Stu.. and Greek.-Re.lment., Mill lSuppl ... Bond for free
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\A V. HOL"ALVSUNrAy SERMON BY ago few when hundred called I was Rochester people there In It A It.only*few It bids years wasa Commissioner Smith _vs. The: Standard, Oil Co. :!" ,

; DR. N, M'GEE WATERS: nice little commonplace prairie .

.. ?-- town. It-is not the capital of the
State. ; It la not the- seat of the university ? .
abject: Joy .in Work, ;' the penitentiary is not even
1 j' there; nor have they a church with From the Railway World :January, 1998 '
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relic working miracles. It is not .
.1 r tho home of a United Stages Senator .. "
't Brooklyn, K, y-In his, series of nor any politician. And'yet it is the Mr. TTsrbs'rt Knox Smith. whose seal In the Into' Chicago. They terminate at Dolton tOrT had been guilty. Considering the fact -

sermons" on- "The Choice of a Pro- Mecca of a pilgrim host. From every cause of economic reform has been In no wise from which point entrance la made over the that these shippers included the packers and ..., y
tfessVan, the Rev Dr N. McGee State in the Union from across the abated by the paste "'hlcb'h. and his kind Belt Line. Whiting where the oil freight elerator m.n of Chicago the action' of th. ?

CWaUrs. pastor'of the Touipkins Ave.Aae' sea. front every; capital and country; did so much to bring on. Is out with an answer originates,' Is not on the lines of the Chicago' grand Jury calling upon President Moffettto '
Cbngregallonal Church Sunday -civilization men Ire journeying to President Moffett of the Standard and Eastern Illinois/which receives Its WhitIng -- furnish evidence of their wrongdoing mar,
'preached' on "How a Young Man to Rochester Minnesota. 01, Company ot Indiana;: The publication-of freight from the Belt Line at Dolton. be Interpreted as a demand for an elaboration .
:May Find Joy In Ills Work." Ht And those who are going are the this answer It officially: given out. wa.delayed . The former practice, now discontinued In of the obTloas;,hot the fact that a rate-'
i aid In'' tbe course'of his sermon; scholars, the authorities, the masters several weeks, "for business reasons filing tariffs was to make them read from a book containing these freight rates for other1' ;
Theistory labor isa checkered In surgery. \ because it was not deemed advisable to point on the the line ot the filing road, and It Shippers was offered la evidence daring the ,
one.vlt is only in our highest civiliza i What takes them there Simply farther excite the public mind which was was also general .to state on the same sheet trial and ruled out by: Judge LadU. was)
I Lion that,work is coming to its own this: An old doctor by. the, name of profoundly disturbed by the crisis. Now that that the tariff would apply to other points kept out of sight. President Moffett weal 1.
,I I In his savage state man II ,the lazy Mayo has been practising In that the storm clouds have rolled by. however! the e. g.. Whiting. Tbe Chicago and Eastern not. of course accept the Invitation of the
animal. Indeed It Is not' natural little town for a generation. His two Commissioner rushes again Into the fray. Illinois followed this practice In tiling its rate grand Jury although he might hare. bee.

for any animal to work lave as It sons'Low In early maturity, practise Our readers remember that' the chief from Dolton. and making a. note on the sheet pardoned If he bad referred them to various
la driven to it by the whip of neces with their father. The fact Ii that points tn the cler.._ of the Standard Oil that Is applied to ;Waiting. This was In lUG official Investigations. by the Interstate Com-
& sity This Is the view of work we they have been doing such marvelous Company, as presented by President Moffett when this method of filing; tariffs was In raeree Commission and other "departments' -

embodied In the old Genesis things with the knife and such fine were ((1) that the rats ot six cents on oil common use. ,., tbe Government.
.id'where labor Is set down as a work as surgeons, that the great: masters from Whiting to East St. Louis h.,been Issued Now let us see In what way: the intending We come back; therefore.to the conclusion
for Adam's sin.' where. from Parts Berlin and Vienna to the Standard Oil Company as the shipper of oil could be misled and deceived of the whole matter, which Is that the Standard -'

told, ai he is driven from the as ,well as this country are singing lawful rate by< employes of the Alton, (3)) by the fact: that the Chicago and Eastern 011 Company of Indiana was fined ant',''
Garden ':Thou halt eat thy bread their praise and go cut to that little that the 1-cent rate on file with the Interstate Illinois bad not filed a rate reading from amount equal to seven or eight times
by. the sweat of thy brow:. This Is town to alt at the toefc. of these men. Commerce Commission was a class and Whiting. Commissioner Smith contends that value of Its entire property, because Its traffic;
not'only a very uninspired part of and pay homage to the superiority of not a commodity rate never being Intendedto "concealment Is the only motive. for such a department did not verify; the statement ot i

stbe Bible but this sentiment rUftes their work. apply to oil. ((3)) tl';t oil was shipped In circuitous arrangement" 1. e.. that this the Alton rate clerk that the) six-cent commodlty -!\
that.Jtl18 a. very old part, It Is always so. If yon are remembered large quantities between Whiting and East method of filing the rate was intended to, rate on oil had. been properly flied
How labor was, despised received at all it Is by the things St. Louis over the Chicago and Eastern mislead Intending competitors of the Standard with the Interstate Commerce Commission.)

+r Its moat signal Illustration from the yon Nave done well-whether ..you Illinois at six and one-fourth cents per hun 011 Company. ,Suppose such a prospective . There Is no evidence and none was introduced '
life 'of Christ. You remember how have raised'a field of corn seweda dred pounds which has been filed with the oil refiner bad applied to the Interstate at the trial. 'that 'any shipper of oltj
aver the multitudes who heard Him patch on an old garment made a Interstate Commerce Commission as the lawful Commerce Commission for the rate from from Chicago territory: had been Interfered)
5Re cast a spell. All tho people said pumpkin pie or written a poem: rate, and (4) that the 18-cent rate on oil Chicago to East St Louis over the Chicago'' with b'the elghteen-oent rate nor' that the*

tb.t'no man spake as*He spake. The Work. is the great happiness1 was entirely: out of proportion to lawful rates and Eastern Illinois, he would have been informed 'failure of the Alton to file its six-cent ratej .
loftiest spirits pressed about Him and bringer/ You all know what a game on other commodities between' these points that the. only rate filed with the bad resulted Inany; discrimination against*
asked Bin If He were the Messiah. of nine pins Is.. You set up,so many of a similar character and of greater value commllslon.b, this company was I%' cents any; Independent shipperwe roust take this!
Yet, they scarcely could believe lot pins, and you roll two balls and you such for example as linseed bit, the lawful from Dolton. and he would have beeniurtherinformed. on the word of the Commissioner of Corporations -
,joy.' And what was the basis of their make a "strike" or a "spare" or else rate on which was eight cents. President It indeed he did not know this already and of Judge andls. Neither is It '1
doubt Their'skepticism was all in you don't.orhe game 18. to knock Moffott also stated that thousands of tons of that this rats applied throughout Chi-' denied even by Mr. Smith that the "lnde- >
that question of theirs. "Is not this over as many pins as poBnlble. Men frelllht.bad been. sent by other shippers be-*, cago territory. Bo'that-whetber he wished to pendent" shipper of oil whom he pictures as 1
the carpenter's<< son?" How could become very skillful in It and gain tween these points under substantially the locate his plant at Whiting or anywhere else being driven out of business by; this dlscrlm-
". ,a workman bn the real Saviour They a great deal of pleasure by doing :lit.: same conditions as governed the shipments about Chicago under arrangement of longstanding Inatlon of the Alton could have shipped all
marveled, at His wisdom. They con- Tlmt is the hlloaophY. of all play of tbe Standard Oil Company. and which applies to all the Indus-' the oil he desired to ship front Whiting via
Dressed that He spoke with authority. It Is the erection of artificial difficulties % trial towns In the neighborhood of Chicago, 'Dolton over the lines of the Chicago and
This defence of the Standard 011 Companywas
/They followed Him as sheep follow or barriers' and learning! to overcome -' he could'have.hls freight delivered over the Eastern Illinois to East St.. Ix>nls. In short '
Ma shepherd. Cut He was a carpenter them with ease and skill. That widely! ; quoted and has undoubtedly exerted : Belt Line to the Chicago and Eastern Illinois, President Motion's defence is still good and- *, .
the
Influence public
and so the high and mighty set makes the exhilaration of tennis and a powerful the Administration upon which at Dolton and transported to Halt St. Louis we.predict will be declared so by; the higher
{jMum: down for a fraud. It was because baseball and bowling and golf.I has mind.staked Naturally the of Its campaign at a rat of 6)4 cents. Where then is the court. -f,;'
success
their' eyes were holden that am told and I do not know anything -' concealment which the Commissioner of Corporations The Standard 011 'Company has been
"trusts" tbe result of Its attack
the upoti
'they. mistook the dignity of toll for about It myself that therein against this endeavors to offsetthis makes ao much of? Any rate- charged with all manner of crimes and miss,
a 'disgrace. lies the mania for making money. upon company, from Dolton on the Eastern Illinois or Chap- demeanors. Beginning with the famous Rice
and hence the deliveranceof
influence, new
In some parts of the world that Is That Is a great game. Now. in. Commissioner Smith. pell on the' Alton or Harvey on tbe Illinois of Marietta, passing down to that apostle ot .
till true. But Increasingly tho world reality work Is just exactly the same Central or Blue Island on the Rock Island, popular liberties Henry Demareet Lloyd
,,1s coming to honor the toiler thing. The difficulties to be over- We need hardly to point out that his rebuttal applies throughout Chicago territory to shipments with his Wealth Against the Commonwealth

whether lie works In a profession' come are not artificial. to be sure ,Y.. argument Is extremely weak althoughas from Whiting as to shipments from descending byeasy: stages to Miss Tarbell's ry
a trade and Is correspondingly or but very real. But they are there. strong no doubt as the circumstances any other point la the district. So far from offensive personalities, we finally: reach the .
tag: to despise the Idler, whether com he and work Is the 'tame ot bridging would warrant. He answers the points made the Eastern Illinois filing Its rate from Dol- nether.depths)''' of not air'1 and baseless misrepresentation
be rich or them over with skill and ease and by President Moffett substantially as follows: ton in order to deceive the shipper, it is the .in the report of the Commit'
I >United Slates\\oar.has How.done"much the I(l) The Standard OH Company bad traffic Commissioner of Corporations who either betrays stoner of Corporations. The Standard bus i
with its Joy.In
** democracy to bring this about, and I Its final analysts for a healthy 1 department and should have known that'the his gross) ignorance of transportation been charged with every form of commercial j
,WIth, Its great man there Is no gamo In the worldso six-cent rate had not been filed, (2) no answer customs In Chicago territory or relies on the piracy; and with mOlt of the crimes on tbe
men, almost all of
them coming from the cabin and the exciting and so exhilarating as (3) tbe Chicago and Eastern Illinois public Ignorance of these customs to deceive corporation calendar. After long years oC ,
plow, we may never know. Certain Jila work. I suppose 3'011' longsuffering rate'? was a secret rate because It read not the public too apt to accept unquestioningly strenuous attack under the leadership of the
It Is that New England! web the ilrsteojintry folk who sit In the pews from Whiting, but from Dolton. which is every statement made by a Government President of the United States the corporation ..
since the land\ of the ancient and arc more or less at times tempted described as "a village of about 1,500 population official as necessarily, true although as ijj Is at last dragged, to the bar of Justice to .
\t'Jewt: In which it to somnolence, have never realized Just outside of "Chicago. Its only the present Instance a careful examination answer for 1U misdoings.' The whole strengthof
to earn one's1 was' living.counted! respectable ; that there was anything exciting claim to not Is that it has been for many; shows these-statements to be false the Government Is directed against It. and
Little do we about the preaching business. And years the point of origin for this and similar The final point-made by President Moffett, at last we are told the Standard-on Com \ u
think or have taken "
time to find out, how much our work yet I want to say to you that I secret rates. The Commissioner admits In that other commodities.of a character similarto pan is to pay the penalty of Its crimes, and"It
contributes to know of no keener joy than when I describing this rate that there was' a note oil were carried at much lower rates than is finally convicted .of having failed to.. ; ,
.
is a great-our character happiness.Work builder. well and ready I take a theme and attached stating that the rate could also be 18 cents the Commissioner of Corporations verify. ; the statement of a rate clerk and 1st :

jl most of look It through and analyze It, and used from Whiting. discusses only. with the remark that 'tbereaeonableneae' forthwith fined a prodigious sum. .m..re4
suppose work In orderto
us .
; J suppose If Illustrate it,, and mark out the The press has quite generally hailed this of this rate Is not in ques by the car. Under the old criminal law, -the; '
eBt.,asked we were generally points to be made In its Illumination statement of the Commissioner of Corpora tion. The question is whether this rate constituted theft of property worth more than a shillingwas
we would tbat the
first requirement wo made say of and then sit down to write a tions as a conclusive refutation of what feevidently a discrimination as against other punishable by death. Under the later
was that It 0111'Jabor' sermon. Your. fingers will not flv recognized as the strongest rebuttal shippers of oil," and he also makes much of relation of the Interstate Commerce law
should clothe '
and feed U.. and house us. That us is, fast enough. It it turns' out well argument advanced by the Standard. the failure of President Moffett to produce by Theodore Roosevelt and Judge Kenesaw
the first requirement and'the lowest. there is a great exhilaration and, In fact. It Is as weak and Inconclusive as before the grand Jury evidence of the alleged Landls a technical error ota: traffic official
The second and greatest state of happiness and joy. Makinga the remainder of his argument. The lines of Illegal acts of.which the. Standard 011 official is made the excuse for the confiscation ot ft.
requirement
a man makes of his work sermon is a great game. the Chicago and Eastern .Illinois do not rug said that other large, shippers in tbe terrl- vast amount'of: property.: '- - '.
Now the reason that there is so
whether be
knows
It 'or not Is that
'It shall much happiness In work Is because I II
make
a man of him. Your
work of this fact. All true work is a man
r roust bring you bread, but no ,
expressing himself. We have gener- .
>lees It must bring you culture. Some- Yar. .rap TATWal/ MAg;
ally thought that work is drudgery.We .
f how< or other
1 'We are always pitying
the boy who la born poor, or tbe want to think about work as expressing Plain Talks Fertilizers
a man's message. Stephenson's on
young man who falls at college. It 'f
r
) engine Is Stephenson's thought
Is 'a hardship and sometimes a pity.

;There ls''one man; however more unfortunate dressed Is Tennyson's.up in steel thought; Tennyson's set down poem'In How to Get 'the"Greatest'Possible Yield per Acreit ah
than that and
young man. .
letters Is Wattl'heapt
that is : Watts' "Hope"
; the young fellow who is born
;ln a silken nest and goes through col- hunger- -1.- nut on canvas: St.Palll' is a well-known sn on sold to Southern firm- 'If' i
Sir Christopher Wren'spraise .
: 0-.....'- EaaV
legs in an automobile. There Is "kIP
k5
,[nothing wrong about a silken nest, to. God put Into stone. Why, scientific: fact that in 1''era last year; and every 'l'7PeW. $ .-. ,.Wb.Ylalh..,i' '

:and there is nothing bad about an' then shall not. the house builder order to produce the HnK B' year the demand be am located on one of the Sea Islands of Sooth Carolina, oar'climate.la...
make his house declare his
thoughts
aptpmobile, except its trail. But you possible H comes greater. just sufficient cold to harden and carve plants to stand severe freezing after'
'<*snot raise an eagle\ In eiderdown. Why shall not the blacksmith make yery greatest Hi \ i MttlncoatUtUxeoldn-MettoM.r..N"- <*MriMMr* ...,.,,..... qou, *..**-*> Air'a
and it requires far more of man his hammer and anvil express his yield from any soil it HHj H The best results ,in ...MMnr/Mi.. aW.rto u ,.-t.tjMO.si.iai tjatmyjootmttLai IMBO_, _ettLsl, "
; hopeT Why shall not the farmer publish Snn-l>>IIM-Iarc- -. 5IP. -'..a._d -
10 amount to In who contain actual E B the F FTehpa11r1e1
anything college his secret Almost any man can must *n producing corn : W'.' TOWLFIB. -PlaM-- p

!I lnstead goes tbrounh of walking It :in We an are automobile so made learn the technical part of any work txctss over and,above j B good old stand-by crop re t11 M.(L L' ...a... P..... ..a. LtIar sees' Rua e.rv IsYt'_ '

from carpentry to poetry-but no: ,demands that H of.the South follow the
f that we must have struggle., The all can ,
man'hath mastered a trade till It becomes
treason why rich men's sons rarelyamount /k language through which be possibly be made on it BHHHHv 'application of 200 toby L'J
to Is I SS B BBSS
anything. because they
I never develop their muscles. There can express himself to all men. 0, the plants. 800 Bounds'of the right o

''Is JK>_ teacher like work, -It must that the drudgery we bend; of above life lies our In work the like fact Many farmers will feed their' fertilizer. "VirginiaCarolinaFertilizers 'I's

brV > him bread but no less It must stock much food will "in
dumb driven cattle with never a as nourishing greatly t
bring him culture. ,"The Man With t
.the Hoe"-ho needs not so much pity/. secret And this of shall our heart be the.Joy told In of our our work.life as they can possibly assimi- crease your yields per acre"of /1 1SMOaa

,:Moses ahepberd'leeue was a herdsman; David wu* : that we make our vocation proclaim late, yet will starve their crops corn or any other crop,even AT AL .

,a : was a carpente; to.all the world the truth that God on the mistaken notion that on poor land-and the most PN10eLP ON tvaNr
BenJamin Franklin knew no cols/ e MPMSLR D/TMS rAMllr,
j-be was a 'printer's devil; Robert bath put into our hearts! tb yare"economizing" on fer- wonderful results are produced MPNoya, WOMCN, MICSUANDCMILDVS
>' W. L. D..s1..q.Ae..Nd n
plowman{Burns knew Abraham no leisure Lincoln-he was a The Narrow'.,, ti %er. The experiences of through its use on good, land. lfjQ >.*2.soAI.OOO.d a
; wore no
.soft raiment; but these are our stars Matt. 7:13. 14. _.. ," farmers, government experts, Write today to the nearest jit'ilaf Awe fM1 sf.Af.M

jot U* first magnitude. Even col. Narrowness is Christ's idea of the and agriculturalists office of the Vir tk

can give culture only through way of life a straitened way.vthe way ginia-Carolina I =
every-
,work, and there are some things colleges of truth.. For a moment pause and''
where confirm Chemical Company
cannot teach Literature andbistory ask: Could it be otherwise It Is 11
', and the liberal arts are at o'clock, the orthodox regulator at thewatchmaker's the fact that for a copyof '"a l 1 MMb wrrwWt*. rDaw ern o -.aw.kM..1 tbs w.64.aaMaid .s... .
last the ornaments of life; even reading points with exactness i
and writing and the rule of three to that hour. "Very narrow" exclaim plants, like animals their latest

i are "all named the :"conveniences. ofVfe all the cheap timepieces of the neighborhood need the Year Book or I Charleston succssslon ' >

'But and they persistently pointto fullest possible AImanacalarge URGE TYPE D.
these aro fundamentals-In- all hours from 9.30 to midday, but ? 1541..i. 'K
1 'dustry; thrift courage honesty, their boasted liberality Is only Inexactness amount of nourishment 130-page bo.ok WAKEFIRDSeoene &fiJWUERELD "at V

l troth, faith, hope love. These are which is. another word for that of the most valuable 'heed "" .
the'' threads which woven together, ]
untruth. obtainif and __ "ao4 t'
1 i make the eternal life of man. If you So orthodoxy In the harbor channel they can unprejudiced

aye forgotten these, "though you marks with exactness each rock of they are to be information CABBAGE

ve gained the whole "world you sunken hulk and puts Its danger signals developed to the utmost. for: planters and farmers. PLANTS ForSale
o lost your own soul and these out. A liberal pilot might be
; be bad for the receiving in every careless of these signals, but the passenger The economy irt fertilizers VIRGINtACAROLINACHEMICAL. I AM Open-AlrOrown ON MY ANNUAL.Cabbai TOUR* PlanU around at-Ui th. world with any of, the.....-..'""'" ".......* at

r 11'0 od calling open to men. When would prefer that the pilot -, is not in the amount, used but CO. thousand! R.OOOlo 9,000. at '1.25,10.000 or tnor following. mt We.prico, P.6.vl B la.. MaO I.OuOto4,000.s.t.at All*1M) .*.*...r
1 you before a task look for a should be overcautious rather than promptly flU4 and Mtufactlon suirantMd. ,.." for pricM on 60,000 orloilXJO. Caah....
J teacher. "Uoffer thee not wisdom too IIbel'al-II. E.. Partridge Pomona in the ratio of quality to cost. Norfolk Richmond Va., Vs.' Charleston Dnrtism, K., S.C.C.Columbia panylng all ordera or u..y will$ so C.O. D a

despise! I.Is '\VagIt\! thy callings Tenn. Virginia-Carolina! : fertilizers '
.S. C. Baltimora Ud..
ADDRESS
. lyy_-_\thee |not culture for mind and are the best m the" Allan *,0.. I B. L* COX, ETHEL, S., C., Box 8
hart..it.is'but! / a coffin for thy better .... .
Columbui Ga.Savannah
A 1'rayer.Grant world .. ....
for the 1 least ,
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:nature your beseech Thee, 0 Lord. ,.-. ,Ga.Ilontgomerf I 'TPORATA.LCANDSTATIONART'' :
wo
that It shall make a man out of yon. More .than Ii\ ,""" Ala.
the Giver and Guide of all reason money. . ... 'J .
.f H mphll,Tenn. BUYS
Work is a great Influence giver. $150.00
'!And here we come upon another that we may always be mindful of the one million tons were _. ,.- ,|*f Skrtrcport, La. : .., '

;. i blunder.! It Is not the kind of work nature privileges, of Thou the hast dignity honored, and us of with the: ,, The most compute Saw Mill NGINESAND . ...r:
do that Influence so S
elves you
you In built la the Soethera States. '
'much. is what the world Grant us Thy favorable assistance '
That
.thinks. It Is the way you do !It. the forming and directing our judgment < i Gainesville Iron Works ,; .. ,
and enlighten with Thytruth ANOTHER
GUESS.
Quality counts for more than kind.It uS1-- CAPUDINECURES" .
Is true of course, that there areJ6ms that we may discern> those There goes a fellow who has killed ? Qalnesvllle. Ace.ry BOILERS: ti tie.
things which are really good and. ... 1M
-
| vocations that In themselves having discovered them love over a, hundred men." 'b. ..n.. .. .... Lath "an d "1hlni1/'YAN'rnl .. "Z,
.* ;;damn _the worker. All labor that may ':Bandit?* 1M scb.s. aD CURED Pnu.peend Putin**,-W o4 Saw., ,I'.....'' it:, "
to the
makes merchandise out of men's and cleave steadfastly same. oafM, ruUya...IUn.,Oaaollae ss {fees.'ARQ ..
..
;vices fl'of that sort. It Is true also And. finally disperse we pray; Thee, "No. COLDS AND ORIPPEffi'.hji Oro( !: .
,that certain kinds of work give mOro those mists which 'darken the eyes of "Soldier?" ._Mk>M ... *.......1. .1_ Jr. bad QP'SY'i,' :,: \ STOCK
consideration than others. our mind so that we may hate a perfect -' "Never heard that! lie was."' Sun. Urn, SM Sad *MProbably''nothing __1JoN........ ,LOMBARD. ('1
.... / _....
-
and know, both -
understanding, -
The minister because he Is a'min : "Ahl I see. To which school of 11 day.i effort a pvrmancat cur IliaNai WlifrWAtllsiAUOUSTA. i. 1 l
ister,occupies larger place in the God and man., and what to each is physUoians. does he belong T'-Nash. ' makes a., In tote aodsyc. Tiialtraatnmtigtvra ,f-4 ( hif ry' .: :
'community than the day laborer due. -Slmplielus (translated ? by angry as' the' failure of some other 1 frf.y Jtnlini.a tx fairer I' OA. .
' George Stanhope 'Dean of .Canter* ville American. I Write Or.K H.CIr_'...... .
1 That is, he does I( he ministers. His n 1 girl to notice; the new engagement ' SoeclalUU. boa. s Atlanta. ,a* ( t5-08)" "
" .
Many a laborer in many a village has
Aeetf more the voice of'Ood to that Commit Yourself to God. *
'vIllaGB than'' the parson has Grief for things past, that cannot
?Forapfter all,- the thing that counts be remedied and care for things to La Cieole'
Reste tose Giay Hairs
In Influence It not money or posses come that cannot'prevented..may
'ions. It is a quality thing, an atmOlpbere easily hurt, but can never benefit me.'

.' It Is personality., 'So the .will, 'therefore,, commit myselfto

: fineness of a'man's work. or the God in both and enjoy; the present. ndl F? 'stot t> i Pric $ t'00

i.coarsen of I it, is the thine by Joseph Hal) _.. .. .
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;- approaching primary will bo 'Ilmr U 4.... ton.of U>*old erukod bell.' I g. A. CARSON. JOHN M. tEa IT. .. CAItSOIf.I z s for ; ;
the next Uilajr In Order;! The numer- Th.bees Urn bel''".the pecklnrf bclU. Y I ....I..t. VIc.--4..t. c.tHar.State : .
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their
ella1'atr"ho d..lre,1.O serve "Lir..nddeetk. I1T. doaMi' dab life."' ...........................................
,country fur their country' good and then ... Bank of Kissimmee.
mouey display' confidence In'the stability TU the sad warning of the requiem bell. ,
of ournaanelal resources which The ....11., the' bHU. MM prophet bell., - KisHiimi.ec Fla. "/

f* at. least enuouratrlng. Hark to" the echo of the solemn b.N.Ai .. ,. Goods !
The Emporium continues .to tie Uio -- ---

n principal attraction. Uunlnesa.. continues 11i
brink aud tie breaking of one .TOCKHOLDBRS LIABILITY. ... ...,.". COO Ol*
the toeing of several others ('latter ind iinirU SMd all atrembllng.Not. .
kt'1,11 the DIiPOS'TOts SECURITY ..T. ,..... .. .. 100 OOOOO
in no way Interfere with 'jlen't'al the glad roles of the llvorfmuruedtotl.The .
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outcome and Intro of customers. belle the belle. the merry belU" , '
Out rental county commissioner Prompt' and Careful Attention. given to a'r matters en* ,
o from tbe( Third district Mr. Joe Htrat- List to the rhyme of the graceful. belli, trusted' to ...>. Exc"e. good at all points. at cheapest Goods .
.
; Like a triad sweet song on air It ewellm.' ....
ton, appears to be nurHlng a. ba.t3.rtge hell.. bol .. ..... rates. .
The t.ie the JoJ- bolU.King YOUR BUSINESS' SOLICITKO.
( of pew ,II, lrew : troods
The veteran rank Warren cootie* -out the bell!, their srlediome knell.. .. ? ,
,l- us.* to (rive .tt description' or his wonderful How .......their' musk tone It ..I"",., : ?
adventures during the Indian The U-lls the.bells, the beautiful> bells. I'' "r \ .
and] i oufoderat; wp'i., The Warren -I{. E.8.Kliwlinme . ;, Goods . ,J
liutiMli, a favtM-lte it-Mort fur 1'ee- ..Jan. I,.I9OK, ... '.f : I. .
horn lutirUts. \ hearty welcome\ . .- --.- .' '
t xtndedcausee ale within I to feel at ; Citation of Administration. & Goods I '.'
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home.A Improvement of Cattle in Florida.: In County.Jurl..' Court I By the f ountyJudge. NUBIAN TEAKeeps
cavalcade) coinlnH up the road on OHOtulm County, Florida i "of did Cnunly.Wherein. .
y' Friday 1 looked a* If our city was about MY JOHN M, HOOTT. 1 Welter Bau.. Sr.,hu ei>i lied to Ihii 4
to be invaded. but closer hllllectlJu) ( Florida) ] Agricultural Experiment Court i 'for Latter, of Adminlitritlcm.on the ee- '
revealed the fact that It, ,wan only four tale of Time Bam, deceased, lito of said county, I "
Station. Press Bulletin 'No 79. .
) of Owoole. 'for Gifts
1 Joe
of our cattle dealofn-MeHisrn' .
Stratton O'llerry, Hul!. hallil anrtlAchleH The report; of Commissioner, of Theee ere, therefore, to cite' end edmonlih ill 1 ",. -
j'
Ua9 -returning from a, trip Agriculture (IIon. n: K. McLin):, .nd .'n""r the kindred and creditnre. of said I .

p sou lb. .' gives us a total number of oxen( and I I deeeiMd. to be end appear' before this Tourt. m
Mr. Noah Yates,. former postmaster awck'clAttle- Florida or before the M ttdayjof Febniery. A. D. 1_.and'Ale i: times. '
at Algerand family. were RUOOIS of on July objo.Lions'Ifanthey have, ("o the ,Rrinllnntlettarn You
the Warrens n Sunday.' 11K)5, 70S.OT8 and Ibehcs cattle w M aforeuid, ntherwlne the uma-will .her I

r' ,Achles ]UallN gad family with their valued at 4,78HliJ7, which Is a 1'1 granted ae prayed.Wltnena '

hiu'lr to tlie. blizzard, made their way over 17 a head. The same tif name -County; Judge. "if the,, .
towards Whittler Tuesday. County, aforesaid' thla 7th day of ,)anu..,. 1OO\
states the riumder of bred Ills
pure W. R.JOHNS FON. an
Will return hone tomorrow and i; rtt.q '
!grade'cattle as follows: Hereford, (Seat) jwlno' ;
will to make amends'for Wes ,khorl -.County
and try article. 3tH: ; Shorthorns, :3 imlcterenUnjr, 0.1. C Abefdiwn-Angus, 12; niaklnir a total to
_. -, ,--..y o( aglng.a lule| over *:H a. 1.C'ad. Thellgureb Discharge. PLANTCN9 Remedy
Tho Joy do not Include rowel kept fo u I ""
health. Use Notion .la hereby..l..n to all whom I It may concern ;
Is
of Hvlni' w have good milk, and HO the!' .dalt.b..t"I'd.. are' c
Ilerblne and you will have bushels 01 not reckoned In. thatreix montttH from thin date I wl.1| | present ."rl.Crantet.rco. # Constipation
You need nbt be blue, fretful my account mil voucher to" the County Judge of.
JOY. A native three-year-old steer off mvrnnnr. .
I the County: of Oeeeola and State of 1'orida.1! his 3rertm. ..
and have that bad lanU In your grass weighs about f IIII) pounds and .
raoulli. Try a bottle of Herbines ,a would yield about 240 pounds. of i office in Kuwimmee City examination and approval c- ,
positive cure for all I liver l complaints dressed meat worth II I cents and auk for a Anal discharge, ai ,Admlnl-
; a pound "ER 'JDNEYS
K. Uarrell Austin, Texan, writes. "I j' tratwrof the Eclat or Thom.HI..... ilxcoaiiad. '
making Its value 14.40.. A grade I wwAtneyatuattwot
have Used Ilerblne for over a year three-year-old steer weighs about j t. W. MILLER
'r' and find it a line/ regulator. I !gladly] 80O)( ;pounds and would dres 4JOI j Administrator ,
.. S..September l 1110;. up'TtinPaint : !
recommend It a a line medicine for pounds which at li cents. pound Iswortn
dyspepsia. :Sold by .Hober on'a $27.OO. Thus there Is a difference ; OF THE CELEBRATED

? 1'harmacv. in value of about *12.r per ;! I i.; ness "
r--- ----- head In favor of grade cattle at the i ipresent .
State fair Notes. local market price off In"atIf I' JM Yme Special" .
we take the eastern market for a $QCa-i i "
r Hut for the great Florida; State guide we find' that the -grade su-erl I 'I I .tU iP(* tg MtoOatcOM.MMOMR.a -AND -

Fair at Tarapa. commands at least. one cent a pound j jmore.than I "ChICH.ro and Florida Limited". '; .
Promptly at the noon hour of next the native.! At the price ,
r.' Wednesday, Governor N. 13. Hroward then of seven o>nts per pound, a I(,
accompanied by his personal staff, three-year-old grad steer" will well ,, It !II gaol| for the Liver Kidney, Steam Heated and Electric Lighted; ),

slate officials, and numerous other for more than double the sum that I art, KoweU and l Blood. "(
distinguished men from all sections a native would, fetch. It takes the place of calomel and :)" .

r 1 ",>f Hie.country will oftk-lally open the The /grade herd will "perhH, |>s cost no had after I' ('ch. -ALSO- '
Tales of lli e. third annual Florida :25 per cent more to keep than the j )'m. It is needed in the .Spring, rr
r State Fair which with a total of native lIfOI'd. for a range that would II r Full and Winter, by Men, Women LIMITED" TO THK- ;
twenty-three t of Florida's riches support Jon head of native" cattle can ('is ildren.II .
1
L' counties represented, by magnificent only support about 7.*> head of grade !I Vg.r is extrrmelv ll1tol.I--enn -
t exhibit: *, will\ beyond doubt be the cattle. This is due to the grade i like it. Buy,a Ix.tlle f.u.u.. EXPRE36" EAST, '
greatest state fair. or exposition ever being a larger animal and hence requiring \.:
,held bv one state to the entirecountry more food for !;: -
tNo stale fair in America! has ever and building up Its body,lIIalOloalnlOIl'\\ os3 i. Roberson's Pharmacy "DIXIE FLYER', and"MONTGOMERY :
"I ,
jiad as many counties! represented. ]large horse requires
jftind no stale ever produced!' the a pony 1 KISSIMMEB: FLA. ROUTE"

volume and variety of products: that .That it costs more' to raise a grade
. .
"will be exhibited In the nine big exposition steer is no argument In favor of the - -- --- Cars to New York
and : Chicago St. .
Paper Louis,
i buildings on the grounds. native. There Is a profit at the THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING R
In every other feature the Florida present; time In keeping the nativebutthere (
State Fair will also surpass all other is, a larll'erront.. In the Improve and protect your bouse. LIGHT RUNNING
state fairs and atate expositions and grade. After: deducting 25 per cent 1 will be pleased to bring my 1007( a OAR SERVIOE.:

a4 those heretofore, held In Florida! can for.the greater cost of keeping/ the sample books to your house and ..- '
la oo wise compare with that which value of t.beItrade is still nearly make any suggestions In the latest or Information call on nearest Atlantic Coast
r will be held at Tampa from February double that of the tallve. decorations that you may desire. -i
o 6th to the 22nd. Statements toG One of the beat reasons for Iraprovingoiir Drop me a card and I will cheer- .

the contrary are nothing short of cattle -Is that we night fully furnish estimates on paper .n"'T FLA. J. 0: KIUKLAND, D. 'P, A
absurd., thus be enabled to produoe enough and painting : : : : i : : :\ '. N. C.V.. J CRAIG, P. T. M.
"nr In addition to the magnificent array: beef to fully supply our home
Of product which very Floridian and demand.' By home demand we mean .
visitors of the Slate. should _.1 the the beef consumed within the state of qEo E A., 'BAFIcEL '
amusement features) ,will be of a Florida.. As already stated the grade ,
character even grander than was steer produce nearly double as many AT GASH STORE I J;
anticipated by President T. J. L. pounds of beef and beef of a better ORLANDO.. FLORIDA. 1 1 1

i Drown when he took up the cam quality than does the native. If FlorIda -- _
pal4ro for the third Fair at Tampa. produced all its own meat itself c", .... .
There the tmleea pualgJI fr ,alias. ., Pictures and Picture Frame. 25o
are now quartered at this would mean the keening at home ,
hmousTampa. Bar Track about; MOO of several hundred thousands. dollars :'M. TILLER, u.1j per yd. to 35c.
of the fastest horses in the i
running each year, which would thed be I I
country, and on the last day of the paid over to the stock farmer of the ; ''sells Spool Thread at 4c:

present month fully 250 more 1"11arrhe \ state.Thenative. : Real Estate' Agency. I Ladles' "-1..
t from New Orleans. These will cows or steers resemble! t sell Union Suits at ll.OO.-:
JI. ,
race sixteen days for, purse aggregating animals of the dairy breeds! with N\N\w\NN\\NM\N\NNwa\N1 Good Door Lock wlthAwo
& (25,000, with several' thousand : keys 206,
'y regard to beef production. They 4
Realty bought and sold. f
dollars added for special events. lack the; width and tlilckneps of loin, I / >, sell at Mice: Suits Clothes worth lit, at,110
i Another cleao and remarkable sporting the round full quarter. and the thick Houses rented. II
feature will Jbe tbe, greatest and well covered rib, all of which are : 3 Taxes paid and Titles verA -. I One-gallon Coffee Pots go at 15o '
? wresting' tournament ever held in so characteristic of animal bred for i if led for non-residents. i I sell at
New Dress
Goods
from 15
or any other country. lasting beef. The beef steer makes Its Increase I Fire Life and Accident'ln8uranee. 1-' to 25c, ,.' -I. I
eight day from Febuary to 15. In weight In these. narta that ..
Ifwii wnntPlthera Rhuttle.
Vibrating
Purses aggregating more than are valuable for meat The frame of ,
i Itnchj
buUlu or aHlnirlnTlirrad (Chem
,,42UOOO) () have been! offered for those the native is small and narrow and Bonds: t Hewing: Blnchlue write" to Bargains in Sho 6.J"1. '

competing In this tournament and though when fattened It makes 'a ,good LrIndemnity V'\ THE NEW HOME StWINI MACHINI
.the character! of the tournament is gain in weight, yet the gain Is madein .'V O..ng. M.._ in the Week.
shown.by the fact that the champions those parts of the body that are of I Many"ewtiic marltinm ar*made lo sell' ,, .. .
1 ,In every class of America, Sweden, little food value as the fat. around quality, ,..II.b. New Home is made to .
Austria, Russia, France hair the kidney and viscera.\ The animal I I Our Kuaranty never run out ,
Greece) Japan, and other countries that makes the gain In weight In theyal'bable Benedicta"A J j sold by aiMlliarlard tlrnlrrm oetly.roK 1'oJ
-
will appear... cuts such as the loin AI.E BV
Tba' greatest special circus ajnd quarter and rib, is natty-ally most IINE ;
hippodrome show ever organized, Iricludlng ; profitable.The 'Stanford, Carson Graves ti ywIM ; ,
twenty-six: of- the world's : improvement of cattle by the WOMAN'S MEDiaNE'> ,Y9

+ roost marvelous acts'bv men., womC'n'1! gradii chlldl"tlDn..,. trained' .. .,, important point Is the selection of a j
p greatest wild animal show now on I rood sire. The sire should be a purebred ra =??/ .* /'

the road, and a score of other attractions animal of one of the beef 'breeds YOU SUFFER the Ills of womanhood ,,{f.

are asnong the other features and npt produced from a cross or DO al so many nromen do suffer, f Do you / :
too numerous to mention The circus mixture of breedst -;,. =
want" to get well without the necessity I ---- ;;;;;; i
and hippodrome'alone Is worth The usual objection\ Is the cost -of a of palafI11..m1D&tlon. embaJT&8a'nlCOn.ultationl' -
.travelling a thousand miles to see. pure-bred sire. This may be 9100 or Do you want to take a and 4si-te>tret'x

Railroads offer low rates from\' all U50. True thin does seem a great I remedy right Into four home and cure I"I
part. of the state, and the best of price to "one who is acustomed to yourself
accommodations at low rates will he purchase a native bull for (a5. I '
given the visiting. thousands In If a farmer hall a herd of tlfty cows BENEDICTA
Tampa the Increased value of tbe first lot (.f
'No Intoxicating liquors 1"11be\ calves would more than 'pay for the I* a "Woman's Medicine." A,.rescrtptlon .. important bubjrrti In Florida.

f old\ on or spout the fair grounds.. pure bred sire. Suppose that the of a.physician who made tbe stadr of y.gal. .- I ( arid l lands produce In M> ""'HII|| mm. '
: DUMses his
J, Several bin; warships representlnuthe first lot of calves from the purerbredsire specialty. It was usedsucc.s.fully II I l results Hint
United States, Spain !ItaviV, : number thirty. At- the end ofrhree by him la his Drastic. It has I Irrigation plants are within,
'
countries will bIn been u.. OeraiateVund other years the gain In aellltig prloe i y
port. during the fair. over native stock would be more I women durtpa; the many years slaoa. Pro-. ) IUTCS of arid baud you have and,.We'V
*"* -- --- arreHlve physicians have also found It a valuable ,
than 1.100 or twice the cost of the al..e.Thll . |
iiercksmy rrquln-nients for insllnir
An the World leaves out. of considerationthe assistant,when they dostnd to avoid ya Ir
11 an 1 the exact plnnt'ott rated and bc'
operation we t 0
f; is a stage and Ballard a Snow Liniment younger calves and supposes ..
plava a most prominent parts: It that all are sold for beef while In 'a'EDICTAI4 : you money. .
has no superior for rheumatism stiffjotntiV reality the heifers would be retained J.H.REDDITT : ( , Motor Bout Snpplipg Pipes tongs,
cuts, sprains and all\ pains.Huy to Improve the herd! ; ' a 'vegetable remedy. It Is mad from lIIu..trlu..ll'lItIIloll! l No ,.;
...... = roots, herbs and barks known 24 ;
iit, t.ryl' and you will always use --------- -- to posses r ''
wa It. Anybody who has used Ballard'a Carrtefiatlosi' properties which have wonderful curative JEWIELER AND 1. ,9

Snow" Liniment 1 la. a living proof 'of. 'certainly. smashed a hole In the bar- and tonic affect upon the female organs and WATCH REPAIRER.Call Engine and Supply Co. :

,t what It doe*. room. of Kansas. but Ballard's Hore- nervous system. Without .entlolllDS the Ii ,
Buy st trial bottle. 25c COo and *#1. bound Syrup has,.smashed all records many forms'of female trouble that women and see rav Line of W FLO!*IDA {!
For sale by Uobersoh Pbarmac .: suffer We say that there Is no trouble of this '
a* a cure for coughs bronchitis, Influenza _J31d Watches taken as Part Payment .
and all pulmonary diseai.es.T. kind that sneslcU will not Immediately' relieve i, _ .... ;.co, .
Special .Hate* Florid ptat,Fair, and Anally car*. on New Ones. n -- I .AI)
C. H.-Hoiton. Kansas, "write:
Tampa. "1 have never found a medicine that BENEDICTAIs -
Atlantic Coast Line will sell ticket would cure a cough so quickly as
.
to Tampa account Florida State Fairat Dallard's Horehound Syrup. I have prepared carefully and eclenuncally.: and Any article of Jewelry |Promptly S, J.M. WiLLSON, JR.,
rteoLone4are. plus 75 coots for used It for years.'' Sold by Kobersoo's with tbe consciousness of the responsibilityof dered ,
tbri.roand trip Pharmacy. giving to sufferlDg women a remedy that upon Request. PUBLIC. 1'
( NOTARY .. ) '
.ti Fairgrounds. Tickets will will not only be beneficial,but also harmless j__ '
saoFebruary3,4Z Wasitetf. tn effects, matter wbat b tav. -Kis- ( STATE AT LAROB. J" ,
.,.)w be : ,: 6' 7. 10, may condition '
... . r il, 13 14, 17, 18, 20, 2| for all trains Live Sandhill Cranes, Otters, Wood of the woman taxing P A. VANS AONEW, I Real Estate Agent .
,""'-.scbadai' **!'to arrive to Tamp/before (luck and Big FOE Squirrels. High ,XI Is told at f 1.00 psr bottle!, b7Ror.rson e . "* '\
-r V noon pf February 24-' All tiokevs will prlaa paid. Dr. Cecil French, Naturalist I II t KISSIMMEE.. 'FLORIDAr !
. ." be limited to return February 84th.ir ,, Washington. D. O, trot 25: 7m.Oysters'lo Pha !-I I ATTOBMXY AT LAW;....... I II In the - "
$ '
For further Inforraatifco cali on ticket cy j"IaSSlliKBE. I TND NOAARY PUBLIC, \ : of Use old In'jour''' bat

,",',, ..** agent ClI' write J. O. Kirkland, Dlvlsa all, *,tjle*',si. ,aUbert.'.. -. cleaning. news We Mil papers then M this on***; '

.4'". Passenger Agent. Tampa.% PbODe N. In-t.f.. FLA. f ,%'; .: KISSIMMEE, at 20c "r. hundred; :
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