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: February 7, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00319
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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..(RatakiUko* IS*.. I Oacoola.. ..ic..I ky rarvkaao, Ja.. 30. secs. Kissimmee, City.. Fla., 'February 7. IOOR. JI' .. '...,._ "Y _.,'.... ':'.. y

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"DRYMEtTING"l the funds and act ae treasurei', : Lbe1 .. .. .
,_ iAs work where, he laid It down: Not / I '" '" . 'I' ; .'. j
Short
speeches were then made by
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least of his legacies
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an excellentcholreorganised
H. G. 8tdfordj J, M. Gardner '- I '. .' ,
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k .WAS BIG SUCCESSGathenng C. A. Carton, C. W. Dana and HELPED BUSINESS ing Inanlred'us far last preaching year, whose our slop first j -' - J : \ .

others' and the meeting-( adjourned sermon and went far towards dissipating j' ., -
subject to the call' of .J' :
the Chairman. .
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Immediately afteradjournmentthe) i" diffidence'usually, sttecdinga i "'. '.: .. ;:
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first effort before and .,
new ,
Kissim : strahgicongregation '
of .
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campaign oommltteo held. What Our Merchants Have "b""L..
short to
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.e..loD" Saturday Bro ; .v. ., .'' >vfWv-'V: f'v ... .,. '\ ,
.file's: Representative anvj organised/ by elect.IDI'U"N.l1&o1 Lawleivour active and energetic presiding : JI.-. ( ;; : :,, ' : . .. ..;. .. .. ,
;c 9Nlens. chairman 'i , ,, .
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.,' andV.. D. Concerning Present Cnnditions. elder, came, full of real and : .' .,.'" ',.1' ..!..;. rrr//. ,, \'
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if Harris secretary.' I the Holv- Ghost, and preached .two '1 , .'. I ': '- '. ),:.\. '.
& 'tD 5or., enthuastlo patherlhg of -- ----- The- advocates of the saloon haveasserted I ", . 1
of Kissimmee'was State Fair Notes. f stromr: and spiritual sermons on Sunday ; "
.business men that slope" the county went,o .
and held our first quarterv"! conference '. .,
S e told.for any purpose th..o't.b.t With nearly twice -attendance dry business has become dull? In or on Monday. 'We have .' ... "

bifid at the,council chamber In recorded on the opening day of der to ascertain what has, been. the effect noble setof stewards as I have ever as '. :),1" <,

opera house on Wednesday even* former fairs, several thousandVisit of closing the saloons on the' business seen, all active, up.to.date. pro* . .'f; \1'. .

'In answer to 'a call lora. "Dry ors from other ,hates are being' Ino'.uded. of the place a canvass of the gresslve business: men, who know the ., ,'. o.., 51

nfjjf to organize for the purpose Governor N. B. Broward business houses has been made; .nd preachers' needs and anticipate them. . i 't" Nr '' r

retaining Osceola. county* In the accompanied by his official staff', the question submitted: 'What has With' such a board the financial .( .. .

column formerly opened the third annual been the effect of the county being loses ,-. "
problem must of Its terrors; My ":, ,
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prayer) have .
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noon hour of Wednesday Contrary ; reollel'were made "; .
\.o-re.lrculat.ed late Wednesday ;, grace and knowledge.' ,. given me0 ., :
noon, when the ,annotated' hour to the usual statenf.affatra, 'Stanford Carson Craves Hardware worthily wear' the\ mantle of the /good .:: '"'I.\ .,.,
evert ot the Fair to and noble .'men who have''preceded .. . \, ... ". ; ;.
t heel about, seventy-five of the very department .was Company *- "pur1 business has Im \ . .
tne bere.fle.T. L WOOIWARIT In ." ,.... .. ,,t
:'men In town. repre'.bt.n&fa.\ readiness for the Inspection of visit proved.," {; '
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Even those who have attended Christian Advocate, ', .: ':'t'-5,: .. *.., ,4< '. ,,11;{1. : : '. ... '
Witnesses and .. ors. ; .
occupations, 'Waters .. ., ' "' "' ..
Carson .
& Grocery C mpan' -- - :..' .r 1 t..I. ,'''', .. '":" ,
former successful fairs In \\ 1rr4 \\1t- .. .. ". ., -
as all shades of political thought, Tampa expressed "Business '.1.. .. ; I' o"1,1,1"" : ( ;. a . ".' '
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"'on, hand to 'take, part'' In the themselves as amazed with much Improved; KUstmmee. Fla., Feb. 6, ftm{o .I'. ." I..j.( \ ,:.\ v ., ,,:If f;', 1'? ;,"' ,;:.*::0.(. ,,-f ,r"i", ..v.,. " _).,
the grandeur of the present Fair would not. sWan back for anythingfrom The. Council met [la regular session, :' I;1ft", .,.,,,H.,.',, ."\ ,', ,,.,:n..r. '.','.' '" 3,*" 5''' . ,K ,' ,. \...., ,
alt and align thenselves'wlth. .the a purely business standpoint." there being present "'..J. Sears, president 46 I I ..... : "" ,'''''. "\o.',. I".i-t" : 't .' q.,1, 'r"" .. '." t'1", : .. . .
.-,aloonelement, and particularly has this been the ; C. L. Bandy, J... M. hidden .. \ 1' "
II. C; Stanford ..Company "Our ,.. :
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with the Collier and J. II { < 'J < .
'A"t.b... called case ihou.snds'of'visitor. shown 4V. Gilbert clerk. : I.
meeting.was only business has ,
for' .a steady Improvement .
The mlou l.of the last .. .
meeting ,
from other stales'whft.. are constantlypouring'through were. . ." '
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,+ 'purpose"oSorganxation, and no from the time the saloons were read und approved' . . '. ., '
m'wars'Invited except those In the, biff fair gates... closed; and U has been so wuch more Reports of officers were examined" .' '\.." ,' . .. ,"- ....
By the time the fair closes at midnight "
f path withthe'; movement, veryt pleasant to do business.} and approved. ( w" "r \. ,

eeuh-naakinff, or argument hour February, 22nd ..ureoorn. '' Z. -: Bills/ were approved and ordered ;' ,", r' ,; '.' ' '
t was 'J. Roberson. druggist "It( could 1.: ; ; rrt,
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of attendance made by pa d. as follows: ..,. : .... '" .
.ulaQI.tD; and argument' to that not be expected that there would be .",.,,..- .'. : , . ." _.", ". .fII ]. ,
Southern Slate Fairs will have been T M Murphy..a1arr aa majror '"* iA Of' .'.''t .l. . . : .
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mblage would really have, been any great change in the drug business !- nary. _"h.1. tt..r.. M alt ." r
smashed/ 7 PcHodwt o.t... !..... ... .. .... .Of'! \ ';," ". '. '" .w ... ' ..'., .
-ifwrfluous, as every man 'present As Illustration of the but my CASH receipts. have.been J Z Roboraon.oalarr trouuror. ..... 10 TO ; "'I om' '" atcn. .
8d torealUelhe. full Import. of attractive. : 30 40 130\ W \ .
to percent larger. JROllh.rt.rtarya.el.rk----------- li.t"t\: \"/t;\ J .. .
s. meeting and was ready to preform ness of the. fair, fully twenty ofFlorida'e'riohbet C. W. Dann-"My business. 'has improved Nn(I'H Morrtaon. ro..t5cii....liroom,. .. afro 6 Olw --l:-.. } :,I>,:.' . ' "," .'; ,' .. .' ddSf
counties pare ...,. ... _.. .. .' < '. .' 't .. "
duty, whether'chosen as a leader represented very much and everything J w J8w UoIller.. aaIarJr..IcI........ .. : fen I
av worker In t.b..ub i In the''nine big" exhibitionballdings has been much more pleasant;"" LM Whkkl.... >. .a ktarman .. . Ha 'Ii"' '. ". .. .. ''r.t"-" .1'; .".. i. .
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the every' section of the state C B&ndr rWy..ad.rmaa .. .. 100Kt.rtmme.'r'aNphon.aNphon. : I.I.i.i.; < '.x ;,:..: [:::; :'J" '" .:. .
"H.. Stanford called meeting'order Mrs. Tress- 'My sales bale], been '
being represented ID the agricultural, !: .duty, .. .. 81111I '.". J'' :;!tl.." \ '
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and nominated H. M. Pfann, live stock educational industrialand larger. Mat ).rd.f>.."_dut../. ..'f,.:.. .. ...... till . :< : ': . .1.,1)' '."; "f '7 ..rir ".
[wtio suooessfuly led the "dry" forces Meier Katx "Have noticed P A Van A_. sissy ey attar*? . ) :
other departments. The not any. snort i..,... .. .. . . ...... 7100 f": . I'
thejast campaign, for Chairman. products change-certainly 'no falling off', at Aehlw B.... wltMai f... . -. lie .: :. i':> .
exhibited are nothing short ol C3mm IL..rltMM f*.. .. &I : :
ft ve" .w.. called for'and Mr. Pfanns the result of prohibition VulwoodBaM.wttiMMfMSmith l\O\ "Sp"a' .. -

unanimously\{ elected: W. B. wonderful variety.The lln. their volume, qualityand R. S. Floyd A Company-VHave Ear Lupfar.-WlUMaa MatlMr. wltMMM 1.. ......... 1\0 JO\ c.e' . .'." .; ,

arris was chosen as secretary. had a better trade." Eliia L f.e. ffQ ,.' 'J. .,{
amusement attractions :of Uarnratt.tarkn-.witn. tr. . : '
,";.l on.; C. A', Ca'rson was then re- are J. A. L.nca.ter-uMv business has 3 ",.rb,............ . .. ..,.. lie .'\ .,,',. 'S .. .. J c. '
'who .
tad the'Chalrman to state the a character that has'amased all ..1_ t_ . .. .v \ ..
by < improved\! since the county became 100W f. "" '
have attended. With HEN ik Ito., leaeiab. ..., >: : ,
total of six -
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which he did In .
late of the meeting, tdry B Harris printing ..1__ 4 Jj .. ,

'.very concise way' and moved that a hundred of the fastest running horsesin C. W. OrlfHn-"My business has H..C OontoM..rcnsrdr.: ,for....prMuw.......-.- a 4 CO ...--for.; !\ ',..,', Ji. 4k.":. > :... .. '" .,.. .. ..
the in :Y" .
the "
mlttee of five be appointed to sug. country 'attendance, I certainly been better.". : Klaainunoa W VM Worka.ropalrtn' whool .,. ;. J. ,. 4 "'f' "
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great sixteen dayrace meeting banow. *'>' 11& ;"l .; . '' ... j
commended !
t twenty nameswho should eolll- A. S, Gilbert--"I have done a great i 0....C.-. ihw.l.orlt..i.: .. .. 1 OWHAI : :, .4. "' ... ..
...'-.- campaign committee and under the auspices of the I deal better tb..n' did while the _.v.week ..' ... ...... .Let M
saloons Bone South r. l..ry Btabl atraat...tt.. 600EPt'aIMr.tr..twork
American /
eta obarr the full managementtWe" Turf Association, and Incharge ( were running?" 1I".j: MMEdWUbotCatrootwork : Someth h :
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af officers of Is
same provinga
campaign for: the,drv side of 1 Collier It, /Collier"Our cash receipts phBumby..arpipe-. .' .. 13 III :, ,'. .
grand success. .The greatest' International I W"B Maklnaoo. Co. ....... '.-... .,..". MMWaHorHowanLwoaaforBI '" : '. ,
e question. have been much larger P W W ., . Ldrllt:, :. s
< ;Tall motion carried' and the chair wrestling tournament which I Dr. M. J'. Hicks,'manager of. ,the I : a o.M! 4g'.1a.IMe. : '. .,:: ". .' '. ,

C. A. Carson B. .L. i-esley, will last eight days, will al.o.prove : : ., .. ISM : j<' ,. "
pointed {Usslmmee Drug Company "Our 1lrtd.I..MfgO..for6LP. T Si ,,: .....
.",W. Collier, D. C, Lee and. ,H- C. % magnificent drawing ,,card. Thou I business has. been better, and a .larger ,ya.ieda laetr
fords Iands-are marveling at the magnificentacu I amount of cash..le..'? Bw.datd OM ..,iil\ for R L P....i.L.... SO Mpran '. "
of 8,....,... > ,; :.) ...
the great special' circus and na atorKLrJJ :1 d'h. I'-
e'eommlttee. reported Instanterlowing W.- B. M.\ClDIOD-.t b.ve"uot 'no, W-B c.-E"P. .va. . ' : :
which were Hippodrome secured for sixteen daysat W._. c.-Gt ., names tloed any cbange.MJ 3 I _" f L P...... .SM :
.Ulloholen. as. a t campaignItteef a cost of 35.000. Horace U; M. 'Wlllson-- Jr.-7;"*'The county H PPosntdia.._1.._.....w.. :' 1 so : ,'. ;'-
Mack S M : _
Wilds worlds-famous airship "EsRle" Brottxn. lie.work.sad d -t' ,
being''dry has helped. my'busine.Invery i 0.> W.8..rioni.aVmran- :. f MW 1 .,
.;M, E; L. Lesley, H,. :C. In which be makes-daily flights overfed and I should ', H. Airy UM work. tM '' ; s f
; Pfann.. many respects, certainly ,0 H Fountain,work on calabooaa H t2 l' ; xSftt4. ,
;- Walter Bass s?'... W. U.; I about! the city, is also, attracting regret 'very much' to see it go Goo H rernald. aanltary bookou ,.. I" '? lie .. v tl. ,r ..MWI4jj
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i neon. J. Wi Miller; ,)laO, M. "wet" again." JRGtlbart.roarbtfarl! L p, ... 774

A.; By Donegan, Roma Thomas, ease with the, greatspectacular production E., A. Nelmeyer, City B.kery-.My Communication from J;:L.. Beaman

.r, Bann, W"; B. Harris, J. 1.... of the naval battle 'of. the bread business is' about the same but asking that the Council give him some

R. C.. Tartlo. Ed Whaley, Monitor and Merrlmao iron cladsof my trade In lunch goods' has ,fallen relief In regard to back taxes againstthe
the' Civil. w.r. and other following described property Beginning .,
w.1Godwlo W. ,A. .magnificent "
f. .M.nn,, shows. Absolutely nothingof off. ... 7<: 30 feet north o( southeast corner -
w k4,E. Ennls, I. M. Lanler
of Lot 1, Block H Patrick's Addition

'i f W. Oilfrstreet, AJ C". Wright.' an Immoral or offensive nature Is . .... The Tent Meeting. running west 00 feet, north 30 ; .
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%*:foo. c,'A. Carson tben suggested on the groundsupoja( and_ft."-which ., feet east 00 feet, south 30 feet Also .. .. '.
r+ this committee would need some the sale of Intoxicants Is positively Rev. J. BirCulpepper;: the evangelist beginning at'the southeast. corner of '. .- _

at : prohibited, by. the/Fair Associationand failed to get here on Sonday, 'as an Lot 1, Block H. Patrick's Addition -

is.for. tne''' purpose of :securing the city authorities.-- ." noiincedt on account of Illness''In' has runs west 90 feet, north 30 feet, east 9g' .. '.
akers, paying poll taxes and feet, south 30 feet, claiming that It was '
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Although theat.l.ead'anee for two family. He arrived' Wednesday unintentional cable 'he WeekC.W.? ,' _
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ting and said he .would 'give part as was ; .' ,
dollars to begin with, and day has been larger than expected, morning. however 'and began the under the Impression that his taxes -' . ,': ::1 ,.,i
entf
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"' ''twenty Iteiry't.Thli the crowds are being cared for -In meeting' In his large gospel tent were paid in full until the clerk called I J .:, :,
uld.subscribe more -attention to' certificates 4
against
\ .started the' ball to excellent manner, and at reasonableraus. Wednesday night;, ,same. 'I \ I

-Ailing and subscriptions{ caine so The Bureau of information Although the meetings' have been After considerinovabove ''reque I .' .. I '. -

biolc and fast that it was difficult to. established by the Fair Associationis in progress only two days ,consider Council agreed that Mr. Beaman be

prepared to house 10,000 people able (interest (is ..lre.dl"belnw allowed to redeem said property 'at .
ofd them. In about five minutes face value (without Interest with cost .
had even wItbout'tbe aid .of the big tested bv the large co! << -
dollars
fiver* two. hundred been .nl-I of cancelling certificates.
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hotels which who attend each service. Mr.
crlbed In amounts ranging from are accomodatlnghundredsat There being no further business .. '
dollars. low rates., During the pepper is a great preacher'and: Council adjourned to meet in regular y ;,

.9 to twenty fair many of the most famous work here Is I"1 expected to result In session. March 3rd. A D 1907 at 7:30 '
'., Followingais a list of subscribers: p. m. W,, J. SEARS
American and much good.'HeisbellnB. }
iXcsr-w ,......=. . ... .. :..: ,., now eluding foreign statesmen'' ),: In* assisted his J. R. GILBERT, President. ,' ; DoAN.N: ,;
governors and 'foreign am ably by ,
,M.WW.on..I, ,..... ... .. . .1 .,- 100YPhea. Clerk., .. > \
.':..'}... ...... .. ....." ',20 oo ba8s doa:. at- }Washington g will visit son-Burke. who has' charge of the _ _u __. ._ .___ '__' *.>
C:;r- . 4t ... ...... . ....... .. tomtanloid the city, and unprecedented success. is large choir, composed 'of the membersof '. i -<,'. i' \.

...a._..... .. ......... ..... '0 UDCanon. assured in every line. all the choirs of the different. THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE .... .. ,':[,,.;. *L

.. ... ." ....5 .1 P.. . ,.". .' All[ Florldians : churches. 'I '" ,
a.0.8' T.t .,. .... .. ..;...:.... .... iooDO are urged to'attend ---- 1 THE OUTFITTER \
lL.Uotoy.. .,... .::......d: .... .. ... ]0 0o the Fair In honor; of which' very low -.- ) i

tL 0."_.' ,e..'...,?.. .. ..... ..... '0 00 rates are being given bv the railroads Kissimmee Appreciated.Here' ) ) HTH '. ,f .
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Eal.ry'' ..." ............ .-.... 00iThomaiA --. -- } I.i we- are "away down south" lu ,. .. '
'* -,* too Even Prom the Mountains... beautiful Iflsslmmee that nestles lovingly :,: ..' ,... . :

D.*.,..... .. .... ion along the curving shore of Us ; 0 ... .4J': I' ,,:

K-Bvtlor. .;,,,,..,....,.. too Ballards snow Liniment is praised sparkling lake, 'Kissimmee with Its ,< "'" ," "!
,.M:'E,mo ". a. .".Yy..,..*. ..., too for the good It does. A sure cure for '"".. It ,
1* H&rrb ,.... w.. .. OlIO Rheumatism and all pains. WrightW. dark green orange groves untainted ,J J
600 Loving Grand Junction, Colo., by 'frost, and thickly laden with itstrolden : . "

rat w, ... .....y' 'S 00 writes "1 used Ballard's Snow Liniment fruit.: Kissimmee with her -- "." .
., ,... 'I on last w I filer', for Rheumatismand clean : frll': _
ir. .4 broad streets b rdered'wltb 'I"
'Saes ..;A.. aoo can reocomend It as the best .:,to',.'I'
y t,*.'..A.{+,. ".'.' 100 liniment on the market. I thought, Fresh green Bermuda grassj: her bighearted ': ,..; :
1011 at the time I was taicen down with hospitable men and cultivatedand .
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this trouble, that It would be" :.
a wtek #
O ouml : fti. oo.Moor. accomplished ladles; her soft ..ndbalml ,
before I could get about, but on I. \"
.I00r applying .
WeodaB.; + .. ...,. t 0nt .jour liniment several s times atmosphere and blue unclouded ." .t .', ... ,". ": ', ,, .
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during the night I I' about ekte e. We left Tallahassee all's. I ".
t. >, ,'.,,K;. ., a'0Uo was 'In 4V m. ", ;"
a/yw .... ......YylVa,,,,. hours and 'well In 'hree days:" Sold. December 26th, where the earth was \' ,':j/'

f .+ .....,t. . ... ... ... 200 br Robereons. Pharmacy white with frost %s far as the eye could ,.',," ;.. ,.' ... '

V.J t ekaeai. -..{(J.. .'t''.,4'.'"'.. .... .. ..'. ... 200a' reach, 'Ind arrived in' this emerald : ', .
Ollbartiffmmm fV.,,, 'r. % The Junior,Union.!>> V 'Q lr dk, r .
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; city, "of South Florida a't; 8:15 p. m. : r \ 1
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t t.weoar. .., .! .i n. ... 200 1 '. The Junior Union'net last, Sundayat where the air was so mild that' an ... .. .',' .' : ,.,

i RolMlJa.. .. .5,. :too 3 p.:m?, There were several .pieces overcoat was not needed 'We were .,
.Woooall. 100 ott the cities of the Bible and 'how kindly and hospitably ,received/and r''I"; ; .t.I :,..- .' .'. : : 1.
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.27oyd.N.r.t.t..o'rp'rrJr .1.e. 200Asha.r. far back; they were mentioned. t..ke-&O the'Park hotel for the night, "' ; ,. ,
. 100 'atTMI want eltbersVHroUna8hutt1.,Rotary' _.
,,&;> ... wdY..rn.1' wd.Ja .too Children, be sure and' comet;, there Is wherevall, our' wants 'were, anticipated tlbuWoto.allllDl'leThnad! [O6.L. .dM/pkJ J ', '.' '....' ..'
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something good In' I .
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oohtrlbuMons-have von, by Bro. Gardner and his estimablewife .." ,' '
1 1tb'! following TIII'IEW r.
+ o ROME SEWIM sUCHIM. COMPARTn
received since the meeting, which but if you 'don't come you wont find and daughters. The next afternoon Orang.. Mw.rt. '/' .' -S"t" .'"a,''' .... :

out; because we just won'| tell you. the good people of our' Church ...,.> >!ac.. lay ar*mtmjf ta Mil,.rwatdlaM '' x
ta the total vp to K20.60. I We wish to call special attention to qu.litv,but.... Wow How.R M -;
.4'.i,.,.'.....f..1.r.: ..M Mi .. 1 so prepared dainty and enticing supper Oat ......_ novw ran*..L v
,,..... s al the primary department for children : at the comfortable parsonage ...l4 a>r' ..l..rl... de.aera ...17.roe .

..,..?. too of seven years of age and under. and we were dulv.lnstalled and Invited SAUI .yStanfoEI.

,a r.r.j>. 20 W 'The subject,will ',be ''Some. Para to make ourselves 'at home. Bro.My .
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_: ii was caosen to collect sharp ;0. ', ? Jn ffood shape for: us to lake up the vCo, Kfss.... ..:Ftay. I ,

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...::... YOUNGMISTLEY', Xenr ..... I the A Washington' dispatch says: '

: eras Charles IL Grosvonor, ex ,

,Agglo-irtdian{ Scion..w.u. gressman, has recently given w,

::it Secr tSerlJlce- ., ,===-- Merriman the to proof of his claim to the tlU ; I s C 'p

,.u =i! .. \e Plggers.: .He Is the recognized S
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: .- e.tin but tistician of the republican party.
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: . .. Though: be' 1 18 now out of "

,' he Is still, furnishing, . i b ''

_Jc __n.,_o&'. .K'i1h-ntli.. ..A c. . no show that the republican party ,
'n'rr'rrrrlt'R'ff.1'"r"It'',1'yl'rT r'-Tn 'r,f"f"Y''," be successful! this year, and that [ body. To'erpoot 1; 1

CHAPTER ,XXVIII. 17Continued. tbrowq together and very little Bryan Is facing hopeless and passed was I toy him. less defeat It it true.Mr. liver fa the ooiv r''
|lost proves ,, headaob.es. ,
"; Suddenly a sense of chilliness Hi- There were many drawing an, can expect no sympathy from w
called him ,Mechanically ho.toadied 'in London to which Mrs, Mlslley general:' be will be able, to i
the "prostrate man's brow her sons had Ule entree, and ; bo told you so"' ,', H ;

i '"Good Cod... He Is dead!" they" could be sure of a ; Ho has allowed Mr, Bryan 166 ., AND_ : :
Then he rose painfully hi* feet. and now Charlie '.uddenl)' \! Y'
rat vote A. he .elecUoral'
The ellcnca of that great wasto of take advantage of this : l -
desert wa.almost unbearable''Ive' Wherever Lena "went, he has will consists of 483 electors It ..

men out' of six would have gone mad appear\ during the evening. At ; ." require 242 Jo secure the .
In those first moments of realization. geographical and learned for This means that' Mr. Bryan will Good. -

Wlnj'ard MlaUey.presaed Jil.* forehead usually put In an appeal'ance.- to win 70 from the states put ,
'with Ills hands, now cold and damp late., but by no) means disturbed' rd by the general as solidly : : wrlrcut "I have.
{ Ill stern e>'es' slowly scanned the 'it had come to be an a He "say. that Bryan cannot I have over
I, liorliou-It wag almost dark In the thing that Lena should accord a do ItThe a world-ef good, ,;
sky to' .the shadeof lug conge to any bumptious and : he I vcr eiUIcr irom
away east, was ,,,11 states conceded to' ,Mr.
pearly, )cllow, This, was t the soft satisfied young explorer who '
be, by !her side when the apd their 168 electoral .vote, . % ,
promise of the moon )'et below the young ;
follows: *'1 <
appeared.'
horizon. Mechanically! the solltaiy g
mail turned toward It. Presently on At balls; Charlie Mlstley, who my Alabama; "Arkansas, Florida, Co. : 'A.

the hard black line of ttyo horizon nothing If not methodical, gla,' Kentucky Louisiana, -,
there appeared a fanlike glow .of.ehlnraeilns three times with Lena' and took Mississippi! ,, Missouri, North Car LOUIS, MO :

: yet1o: 'y. uai'rowing into Wright down to( supper. Then Oklahoma, South Carolina,
silver rays; then a tliuf spark of light earned his mother, and Texas and Virginia. 3 4
ever broadening. With a flood of straight home to Bedford place a..
The following unites, with 2SO t
glory! the great globe slowly mounted, hind a very small cigar, which 'by
toral votes, are placed by
till !Its lower edge of tobacco appears so much :
patted with tho
by big men, as large Grosvenor !In the republican .I STORE'
line of distant desert. pipes .
their smaller California, Colorado, Idaho, .
brethren tOt
The Hcene In
gas too majestic, too
Awful, and too lovely 'for words. course Ieoplo'talk-ed about Iowa, Kansas,: Maine, f
Suddenly his gaze remained riveted 1 devotion to Lena, adding to It or Michigan. Nebraska, New I

on one spot to the west of him. tracting from It according to the I Oregon? Pennsylvania South ,
"What Is that?" be mumbled stu quirements of their purpose, as Is I Utah, Vermont Washington, West r4
+ pldl)'. "What Is that?" kindly custom (of( all. The L .- ginia, Wyoming, Connecticut
/ Slowly, like a stricken -tree, he saw it, and shragged his : iota New Jersey Ohio Rhode : '
,
V ....,. collapsed) falling forward on his face, Mrs. Wright saw It, and ( Wisconsin. .
a 'with his aims stretched across the It not; but, she watched more l'l so ,
dead body of Paul Marltch. and strange to say, the 1)lea While not admitting that the ROSEAD .
t For an hour he lay thus. At last friendship exiting: between her I ing states are In"any sense Clay Jobn.on.Jr..

be recovered consciousness and the young sailor grew In General Grosvenor declares that Roseada loaves Klislav.
t awoke as 'be had ever done from mutual trust Lauiance Lowe gains In the democratic electoral evening. '.\6.--,
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del) with every sense on the alert. It, and grew uneasy. : must be secured from these: << Fort Myore on tbe JUIUot' 1' ,

First be stood up, and gazed fixedly .lt would appear however, )' cut, Delaware Indiana Mlnne reasonable. )j
.
to the west along the whlto track Lena and her largo friend knew Montana, Nebraska New Jersey, '
of moonlight which extended to tho well what they were about. At YorK, North Dakota, Ohio Rhode v 4: '
very edge of the horizon; then he lime she needed some one and la and and Wisconsin. These'states SR. Proprietor, 'i -
balanced himself on the dead body sailor seemed to sill naturally "IJlIIo," Klsilmmee, Pig
tbo vacant place. They never 137 electoral votes and out of
of the horse, and so Increased his
spread of vision. Across the breadline stepped the boundaries of ) number the democrats must securo __ __. .

of light cast by.the moon on the -- required 70 to have a majority In .

sand was a tiny silver streak. CHAPTER XXx. e'e< "Yes, that Is the river!" said Mist- Blackmail.I.auiunco While contending that Mr.

'ley. "My luck has not foisakeu me, Lowe, and Charlie cannot win the necessary 70 votes, } 1
and his bajLfortuue has followed hail ICY''cl'oJ not cUlled with the statistician says: / m"et I9. ).

to the.verj:!;, end!I" .ator's vice ,of too much talk and ; I "The long career of Mr Bryan .

Mechanically'In'ard Mlstley little action. From the evening ) successful candidate has seemed T' 'i
cooped out s> "shallow grave, angeuli d they bad first' laid their )heads to make It Impossible' to consider .
laid therein the remains ofbis gether until **
desperate' companion before he no word passed some b1.tween'tbem weeks .1,1"Is claims of anybody else. He I I. a Brains. '( \

left the spot. live to Lena or Monsieur ( ous candidate; he Is attractive w b
s The peaceful moon looked down The .subject was by mutual didate; be Is a tremendously 'f

ti 'that night, onj.be grim desert, and standing allowed to drop, candidate in every way except : 1'"f .

saw one qt the finest and wholesom- was over to the rare In, elther'q ,, electoral ,votes." '- trying :'to' .ef'-food,}..
-Y est sights to be' leen on eartb! ay, However, one evening when General Grosvenor kindly of Drains.They have .

leer and wholesome than the fairest were walking home together Judge George Gray of Delaware 16 ruL. Hero and there a
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woman ever Keen. That eight was a what was modestly called a consideration ot''tho democratic, ] that knowing bow to r 7''

And brave man fighting doggedly, quietly, soiree, Charlie unearthed the of as .a' man 'who can, carry .j of tremendous power.
wittingly:against odds so disproportionate jects The evening hall been a it Islwoftth wbUetolIv.-
;: New York New Jersey,
as to render skeptical
ope Lowe
one. and his young com Man Is something more +
regarding. : ",things providential.. :. ion hud undoubtedly been sorely Ohio and Wisconsin- If any lie has Intelll-
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: : ; of their element and both knew 'can.In Mnef. men do not H O

,,, CHAPTER XXIX. their presence at the ent making up election to the ma l6 oft b'
'.a Fencing., was due to the fact that the I . 'Interesting note may be made of; ( their "think: tan r' ,* r
had been there. Lena had sung Vredlctlou of Justus L.', Johnson Have you ever, taken' e'Nf
The: following 8e.son happened to -beautifully nfld .pimply as was ident. of the Swedish-American taken on Inventory of

'he a gay one, and among the gayest: wont. And the\ Baroness de I llcan League of Illinois who was : you been,taking. ,a-long;.
was Lena Wright She went out with. tllle bad obliged the assembled .
; Washington. Thursday. Mr.
her father and mother she tude
; went out three tlrn s. Her brains has out
although gone,
a republican declares It '
with her
mother's sister Lady All- voice' had' been greatly assisted' century.Do YO"-
bis belief that Governor John A.
ron. She 'went anywhere with the violin
any artistic obligate of ? If you have trains,. *
.ne, and appeared to be suffering sieur Jacobl."I I son of Minnesota can carry 'have what "
bands can
,from an, Insatiable thirst for change did not get much further states to give him forty-nine e are you your naturnsFre;1 r a; p'

and novelty. No number of dances to-night," said tbe young sailor, electoral Tote than Bryan. earth They are so;much. ,. ,.
tired her, no partner 'wearied her by be stopped beneath a lamp post ; of Intelligence.. lY
w, lancing through from beginning to light his cigar. ) DISPENSARY PROBE BEGINS. riches burled In his own 9,>
Lowe, with his hand
f
nd.Some pushed them. Zf
they are not using e
weeks had elapsed since La'uanca Into the
pockets of his loose top
Lowe's South Carolina Commission Begins into the blgbways and" by
dinner party and Charlie and
an ancient opera bat tilted
bad not wasted his ve0tlgatlon at Columbia. call bosnes the. few,fWDf J
time., He had er1,, forward! over his eyes, ( -
reassumed his 'old position In the also,;and watched the delicate. . ; : The commission to 1 close out car y
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Beymdur street hou leb ld.'* The ation. affair. of the defunct South youth erf out that oppor- X

.1.! of visitors' there bad somewhat "Couldn't be expected;.' he dispensary met In Columbia recount' ever1Lpav t +.'

.hanged In his absence as he soon rather Indistinctly, by reason of day to Inspect, books or man,trie* to awake wouldn't* his I ;, ;
d
: .wb..t
discovered This was the natural result cigarette between his -lips.fWlth whoseclaims aggregate 1660,000. e.
son's on-
With Ills -
of the colonel's ,
presence. Like Jacobl there
,
you ;
commission Hitting as a court,
all specialists," the old traveler was "Uin-ru." his vm'0 spendthrift
announced previously that some ;
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much'sought: .after. by his kind. "Old you notice that he took I' ;
.IIi&IItern ,were believed to. be fraudulent, the great.busy, Hustling,
auLUO Ill 5 01 every age ana notice of any of oar party?" -
they 'would claims .. The school; '
nationality sought him out and with "Overdid It.". pay no until ,brain*
s these rugc d-and sunburned wanderers "How'" -claimants presented books great treasure house; ;r, a

the colonel loved to travel again '"We came In late," said Lowe. naratlve of all transaction 'with. knowledge and ptarer''\

.,, x over far off deserts, comparing notes, was unnatural not to look up.". state. are taxed beyond tiolr

asking and receiving bints. Gradually They walked on, smoking 'for teen and .women,, ,
? ,, bin house came to be recognized ly, and on the deserted -. '
'as the headquarters of the patty des their steps rang out like the tread DECISION AVERSE TO ; men and young. 'women'. + 4
? ignated "alarmists." Among these one foot. I and 'work I for yonirseltr ....,

expert: It soon became a semi-official ,"1. have followed up your Call for ,State Primaries In Ohio ., Work' yoarjMrn" l w ,>,
secret that Wlnyard Mlstley wo "out said ,Charlie: "and I think :you to Bo" Legal. flower and fruit.,ot eve
h there," and a' few were taken Into right;",Jacobfli nalxe l 'up tn.lt ;: Th Ohio supreme court has- ; n. master of the world's* 'o

further confidence and allowed to where.", I .e4 the. "decisions ot.common ple ; fulfilling\ "his JWn. 1.t
I share tho colonel's anxiety: at his "Slippery customer," court for Franklin county and 1 .Sjk' :. 11 a
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'long-absence. 5' ."
As:Wlnyard': brother Lowe. ,:
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Charlie found : : county In the tWb cases brought ,
himself of more "I ,have brought all my Irre.II
Importance test the validity of the Bronson I. ,
among these ancient lum power of fascination ,to, bear ....
'In.rl.ot. Eastern ma'ry election law.
diplomacy. Thus the baroness, but somehow I do 1 I
he occupied. a double post In the get on very rapidly I cannot . It has been presumed that'
44 household FJr.U)',:as the colon l's stand,her-the:im eitremely. I supposed to represent Senator
i friend'secondly; as Lena's attendant able.' At times she Is most : will carry-the question now to the

knight wheresoever she might.be,. and then suddenly, she seems to' : eral ,court*,. The decision' make .....;
,pleased to .
go. ebme'dl.tru.tful. However,..In : call for state primaries on, .
'Through !It all, like an undercurrent of her gracious moods she may regular
,
; ran the thread of his own dip "a mistake some day,'and then--- '
,. lomatic .tasK i From. Lena he bad Lowe took' the cigarette: from : : t! f

learned nothing but one Important lips, and after a' pause he said; ALLEN GAINS FOUR'-VOTES: ', Ig :

step had 'been made In the right direction. "There I* ono,,way of 'working .. ,
;, : Ho bad renewed his, acquaintance "Yes?" : Senatorial -- _4l'; ,'t
y ,r with Baroness' Deadlock 'I'.' Kentucky "'sir
the do "Make love to her.- /
t;. 'Nantllle.". She bad .ven'been invited ""That Is not much lnmy line . Mature Remain Unbroken i ; s : r <"
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i,; 1; ,to the "Wright at his suggestion country," said the sailor with| . .John K. Allen of'Lexington, ','
upon 'which occasion' be' bad with an awkward lausa..y gained Jour more rote to the Joint :
Imperturbable calmness ( sion of: the :
devoted himself Lauranee Low cold-blooded : Kentucky, legislature
to entertaining' her. until bo.dls'covered gestion bore rapid fruit.' The ; ( :}, 0 Frankfort,..for United State, You' fe, .

that LeD.,-w.. beginning to Ing afternoon>Charles .MJ tle,. Wednesday... The ballot resulted;' : *. )

'soUce,1t,,, ;.Lanrsnee we bad, been at.tho house wKer the Baroness. I '' torn 57, .SrddWy.17Allen'.7L.J.. ; : ;i; { /i'
present this _
occasion
on as on. others Nantllle bad for the time : llayor'Lfibns'; the'deadlock

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SUPRRISE. MESSAGE.', 'KINfiASSASSINATED' .. ', :x iC U11] Tip'.' ,1'f0. .THAW'' J LABOR. IS ;HIT. u<'ACAIH!! -: -

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c" .. ., .' wl Mat,Carvo .T......... )"'i. ;Asylum at .

1nemitted, to Congress ( likewise( I Is MatUswanCurtain. i Is' Down, onMalodorous ., Florida' News' Notes
By ; Crc\yn\ : Prince > N .'In Decision: Rendered;' By t thr .,.,
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resident .fioosevelt Slain In Streets of Lisbon. rn' ::.
. '. ---:-: .' U, .S1,, Sup/erne Court .. .
A New, :rork apeolaL Bays,, Adjudgedhot o - 0 0 .... .... .... .... ---0-__ .... -or ... .."... .. ., ....- '!' .... --- ...... ..
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>: guilty of. the) murder of Stanford: Democrat!.* 'Executive Committee .Called ;':'elitMreasa MwrrCsurt :Order. ;"
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EMARIABLE{ DOCUMENT PQRTUGUL .CHAQSRIVENKing White by ..r..SOD'.of: insanity at tie t.* Meet In " ,
MUSTPAYSTRIKEOAMAGE Jacksonville.
JuslB : Bsaory "
*
Speer, In ..the federal
'" time the fatal shots'
.
I war: tired lUrrr .. I'qj,
'_ j t Kendall Thaw Saturday:' was held by Chairmanpuncanl Uv Flatchipr, of court, at .Maccri./ '.OB*",ka*. .Mgned A* '." :
the
democratic '
plate
executive commlt- order for'Florida .r.'pl'lussb.r
sbipp
Ittandi Pat on His I Carlos 'and-"FamfIY. Were Out the court to be a dangerous lunatic and incurred ; '
Prevloue'Rsoom- Through Boycott Affecting mlttee, has called Ameetlng of the) par restraining the''railways'of'the' Soatfc- >1;
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',1" ,e nrendatlors 'and '.Suggests' :.8trenu." Rldlnol'rt Carriage When Assassins, was tor whirled sway; to the state hospital Interstate. Commerce' Third Adverse -. ty organization. for February,, 11th; at eastern Freight'AseoclatloiPtroiM, ; 'tar ,y
the criminal Insane at Mattea-.
f1.r ,ous Legislation Along Some. Fired Deadly.Volley-j-Thre. .of wan. Decision: Within 'Month the Aragon, Hotel) Jacktoavllle.. .at their charging: / an extra 3 cmts per. ilear;
Murderers I Killed ., which time the campaign will be for dreg .,
", i Special Lineal: on Spot. It was quick transition from the dingy Rotating to Labor Union. ''' pounds on )lumber], to''' Ohio river
". .0.- - mally opened. points and northward, and for thsssj'complalranta
little Tombs
A cell In the which
' King Carlos of \ Add Besides, fixing the 'date.for the primaries
r:+ President Roosevelt sent to congress Portugal the had been the be did irhatwal; done for
man's borne for
young 1
Monday, for the third time within the commllteewil: have the the Alabama '
Lutz of l lumber
shippers'
crown "prlnco, Philippe wore assassinated ; .last,
than .
; ;aspecial message Friday/ 'which'1st In more eighteen months, ,to the "
,
filling of
a month, the supreme\ court of .the vacancies-. occupy Its attention week.
': I .:.reality' an uncomprosmlelag and In Lisbon! Saturday'after; white-bedded wtrdi,of the big asylum for ,several members of the The '
I}"\ .categorical review 'of his admlnlstraUve noon at 6 o'clock. The! king's second tucked away on the enow-covered slop United States promulgated wu opinion committee have'anm-nnced their candidacy complaints arise out' of'the'cotitlauaUoh -:

: policies, an analysis -ot their! 'son, the infant Manual], was slightly fagi banks of the'' Hudson.'riper,, 50 construing, laws adversely to the contentions for'oQce, and will, therefore the extra of charge'as the railway provided lines 'to In levy tbav'

k, ..meaning and the necessity for" their wounded, but; Queen Amelle, who miles -above the city of organized labor. resign as members 'of the committee, tariff sheets of face 191. 'it .U Alleged -' .'
The
.. :'existence.And: A vigorous attack upon strove to'save the crown prince's life, verdict came after twenty-five e The tlrst of the decisions was rendered Among those who< are candidate Is In the bill\ ot complaint filed

G critlcls; .Who have; sought to discredit by throwing herself upon him, was hours of waiting and when every one on January 6, In. the road of' the chairman: of the committee, ''the In the court that the railway:lln.s ara

y 'r. __, the sfdmlnlitration campaign against unhurt, t connected .wIth t.he' case had abandoned some! railway.employees who sought to Hon William James Bryan who Is still maklnc';these charges details. the '

A., ,$ commercial corruption,' onto hold 1n It A band of men waiting, at the corner reached all hope of ala agreement ever being secure damages under what I Ie known filling the nnexpfrad' term of the fate I fact that the case of H. I{. Tlft -t'a.' .,
r s responsible for tbe recent panto. Her tf the Prado d3 Commerclo ,and the In this or any other triaL, as the "employers' liability law," making United States Senator Stephen It. Malt- against tha Southern:; ,railways et alv

'. 'omits; no single vhasaMs Qt the war Hua do Arsenal, "suddenly1' sprang toward Four hours after the ..foreman's* railroads responsible! for! Injuries lory, and who is a candidate for the bas been: decided against. the rate as
i1 .against "pre ator,- wealth," points 'out the open carriage In which' the : bad framed the word -not ullty" with resulting from the negligence of fellow nomination to that office In the coming unjust excessive and dlacrlmtaaiory.\;

'.\ the Interest of every citizen In decent' royal .family were driving to the palace \ :, an accompanying Insanity clause Thaw' 'servants which law the court held to primaries. 'George L. Dahl of Jacksonville J, L.. Phillips ft Co. and the Tallahassee
.
1k1'. ,governmentt,- d'eU. 'on.the prime necessity and. leveling carbine which they protesting he'was sang, was on hit \io unconstitutional: The- ftecond Important a" member of the commttteo Sawmill\ company were tho..com,

,, of railroad aodcorporation. regulation concealed Upon them, fired The king i way'to Matteawau. A little after nightfall finding In this Hoe was Announced from the .tat:; at large, has.removed plaining parties'representing the Florida .

r' touches on federal and state and crown prince, upon whom the attack : he had been received III the Institution on the gird of January, when from the state; and his successor will ]lumber daalers. All,the railway: i!

functions in 'this 41rectloo'.od on the was directed., were each shot under commitment, papers; ,the Erdman arbitration act, ttirblddlngthe also have- to be elected. l lines'orlglaaly 10fo eel In the'fatuous ,
a question' of jailing\ 'or'' fining 'lI lefac.'tor. three times and they lived only lone which directed his detention "until' dls:; discharge of employees because' : With A call for 'the meeting of the lumber rate ,case .are' named'as, defendants. -

."ot "great wealth.. He' cafe corporations -. enough to be carried .to the ,!marine charged by due course of Jaw." .they are members of labor unions, was. committee the candidates will now'be .

and. Individuals by name arsenal, near by, where they expired.: Scarcely- tour later the membersof also1' declared: to b" 111vatld.1; I come active. For !governor there, are -4 .r

with' unemnr'tluen ". Almost at. the first shot the king the, Thaw family were In.conference The'' ver cfreodered:, Monday was I but three announced aspirants J. N, ". Gainesville' Made' Happy.
4 The president calls for the Immediate fell 'back, on the cushions,, dying, and with'their lawyers as to the.advisability 1i; in the, case of Lawlor'. y.. Loewe, the Stockton ot{ Jacksonville A. W. Oil- The'news of the passage by tho lower .;

reenactment of 'the"1Implo'ers', at the same moment.the crown prince of applying for,a'writ,.of. h.bealoorpu. former a'member of the 'Hatters' Union Christ of Punta Qorda; and -Jefferson .house of,congress of A bill transferring
liability law, whIch' bas been declared ' was seen to..halt rise and sink back ..:. Thaw was1" '" greatly- enrage d *, and tbe latter a. 'bat ma'autaO.m B.. Brown of Key West, Alachua county from;the southern dlsf-, t

F' unconstitutional, in such form as 'on tbe seat. Queen Amelia Jumped up over being committed to .the aeyluand turer of DanburY,,,Conn. The care Involved For'' United States senator there) are trlct to the north ni judl district or'd

y ; 'will meet the requlrem nta. ot the su-' and threw',.herself'' toward.' the crown argued strenuously for' tha''application 0 the applicability the sevenths five' candidates, as follows:, W, J. Florida, and providing for tha holding/

.d" pfeme' court lIe!;.depends upon ih e prince In 'an apparent effort to save '''to. be made'l' It ,wa., 1Inall,,: section ,of the Sherman antitrust'law Bryan: of Jacksonville, W 13. Lamar of' terms of the UnIted States-circuit l.'s

v. l r respective states to do their part.to- his life at the cost of her own,, but the I,I cided to" defer 'this- action at least! a to conspiracies by labor unions to'boycott -' of MOltlcell! Duucau'' U.; Flatcbar .of end district courts .t' Gainesville

,,1 / "Ward fulfilling the. duties of which prince;already had received. his death' week, ; articles entering into- fnterstate Jacksonville John B. Beard of Pensa-- which Information war' 'received'' ,

hiss federal government. II 'deprive d, wound." Alter deliberating'twenty-fire'. hours" ti trade Under the terms of that .", ro- cola and T,,.J. Laud 'Brown' of Tampa., through tbo Associated Press a few ,
lie, also urges ,that 'an,, Act be passed : .The royal family were returning the. jury brought in a ,verdict of 'Dot' t : vision the complaining party may ;:collect For attorney, general,' ParkTram- days ago, was received In Gainesville*

7 compensating government.employees I from Villa Vlcoa: where they bad been !euilty" at It:45 Saturday afternoon.; I three times the am'O'un't, 'of'' his mell and W', lli> Ellis, the 'present with A. great. deal J of .ntbu.luai;. eat

Injured In jiubllo service -* sojourning and wore on their way The verdict was arrived .at on the I loss If the- charge is sustained. Thee cumbent': .' Are candidates and both are pcclally:\ b,' members of the local, bar,
'"It ,1s* all wrong." says Mr. Roosevelt from the railroad station to' the pal. ground that Thaw was, Insane 'at th union fought the case on the ground deservedly popular allover* the .state. The bill. was introduced by Hon.'

; :to use the Injunction to pr.vent'the' ace. A strong guard was In attendance time the deed was committed. hat the law I was Inapplicable to such This present members of the, administration Frank' Clark, congressman' from th V

'1+" Dtlrelt proper and J legitimate' because! of the recent uprisings Although practically cleared of the organization-,- but the court whose are seeking reelection and, second district who ,baa c'hamploned'Ita
tlons of 'labor organizations In their in the city, but the baud of marauders charge ,of murder! -Tbaw .Is not yet a opinion was announced by Chief Jus- besides Mr. Ellis, there Is opposition to cause 'throughout '

1 struggle for' Industrial betterment, or had selected the most advantageous s tree man. tics' Fuller, failed to accept this view, W. M. Hollowaysuperintendent of Judge 8yd L. Carter, president of the'',

under, the guise of protecting propertyrights' spot for the commission of their crime,' On the recommendation: Justice and, In effect 'held that the unions' public Instruction, W., N. Sheets bar'lug Alachua County Bar Asaoclatlon. has,.
unwarrantably to Invade the for they were concealed from the eyes Dowling he was taken to the Insaneasylum 'could act be. permitted to Interfere announced for'this 'positions' written congratulations to' Congressman .

'fundamental,'rights of the Individual."' ot the police until the. carriage had at.Mattea wan as' a dangerous b,.. boycott with the free exchange There will ''be 'other candidates to Clark,, expressing: tha gratification

lie promises) ( :to send' special, me.. wheeled Into a large square, person and one whose'malady It likely of commerce Between the states. There announce, and'man, exciting contests of the bar association 'on the passage*
:maze to congress"on the case of Adair Before any of the guards were aware to recur' at: any moment.' win no' dissenting opinion, will figure .10 the campaign. of tile measure 'Judge Carter has also

I vs. 'th. 'United States, the effect of of what was happening, theassassins, This 'noted case may be lumbtecS'up- The suit 'was Institutedby Loewe V -' written to Senator J.' P., .Tallaferro: .
which is .tar-re cblDr. .but which of leaped. to the, carriage and Instantly Chronologically. ash: follows;; 'I co. In the United Staten 'clrcult: .court Reward of 1,000 Offered. and Seiaator W.. J. Bru''' ..ktas.. hell'\*\ '

2+ I ficers' of the !government have.not. yet a fusllada of shots rang out In a moment Harry_Thaw and Evelyn Nesbit were for the district of Connecticut. The Governor broward- and 'tha. town -of good offices In pushing the 6tea.nWIn
, bad the"bpportunlty''' study. In all All was terrible 'confusion the married Plttsburg' on April 23,'1905. I company alleging damages' by boycott Greenville have offered each $&00 for Its present ,form through'' .tbe, sen:'
Its bearings.to king and -'crown prince being shot On 'Jun8' 25, 1906, Thaw killed 'Stan- against their factory Tthe'exttmt 'of tho'' apprehension of the murderer .of t ate. It is understood that\ Senator.Tallaferro -'
'The would' down' without 'ford White ori the Madison' Square root $80,000 asked for Mill Gladys Allen, a popular schoolteacher 'has
president cive the,Interstate the, slightest chance to aJudgment of $240- already promised his.sap-
G y commerce commission the rIght'to save; \hcroselrea. ',,Police .guard garden and on.June 28 he was Indict. .in''accordance with the termsof, of Madison county. port and so doubt Senator Bryan wilt*
pass) on 'any;, rate orpractice"ojtherailroads' { sprang,upon the regicides, the number ed.. In ,,January following the firsttrial the;; Sherman act' "* Miss Allen- was found A .few, days lend big aid. -
; on) Its own Initiative. He'would of whom Is uncertain, and killed three began., Ten days ,were required Not only,the members of the Hatters'' ago In her room with her skull fractured -

;: :also I give,the government upe.- of ..them and captured: three others, for the:Jury' to return'a dlsagr.ement.Th UnIon but the Amerlcin. FederaUinof and- expired before ,she could A party'' Of Atla'nUo .Coast Line"of-,

+ wlsiop"ores the financial affairs of.In"terstato :: One of> these committed. suicide 'after trial. coat the county oj,New York Labor,'were Included in the bill.'. In' give any particulars of the Assault.Sha detain:\ are on an Inspection trip ot
railroads, to the end that over being placed: In prison.. flOO.OOO. The cost to- the Thaw family the complaint'it war'*alleged: that the : 'Is supposed to have been struck: their property hi this state:,Those com-,

s ,c:apltallzaUon might be avoided,' speculation 'The n;ws"of assassination! swept Is estimated to have been $400,000. labor ,organization 'had undertaken to' with, an axe or large hatchet. Mir posing; the .part are;. .W., N., Royal(,:
eliminated and' bond proceeds through the: city' like tire, halt, the The testimony of allenlits; brought thefigure' compel the manufacturers-to unionizetielr Allen was A school teacher at Green- general) manager rr' B.! .P. 'PUasanta;'

a ,devoted only to legitimate purposes: populace Is panic-stricken. to' this great total' rateor,. and It was asserted 'vllle, and was related to several ',(amHies chief.engineer; R.:. E. Smith; general,

--tie declares that overcapitalization al An examination of the wounds of The enltre cecdnd'' trial occupied 'but when they failed In this effort the' union , In the vicinity, : \The assailant superintendent, :of..motlT: powerf bra .

"'1 lz N:.ready! of fixed: v .1ue.malt be recognized the king,:who waa already dead wh'en seventeen days, JI". of which.were taken hatters withdrew and Induced other washed his: hands 'while Jo.t.1AI .room G. O;. ,Thomas... aoperlnte04eat: 'and
.. ,AS affecting thousands of Innocent he reached 'the .arsenal;' showed -that up with the selection of a& Jury. Tba j employees to'dd ad." This act"w&rlol" ana, dried them on 1113 ,tow Lr,oth chief surgeon of the relief 4pArtneat;; '.

t", ,hareboldera.. Many; rates;lie 'contends.ve" three bullet. had found their mark.: rosecutlpn had but fow witnesses anmadeoat d lowed by the declaration of a boycott towel ,and water showed blood *sThere" tnt, j: .ff. Brand, 'geenaral.aserIead.at

.t ,, ,already: too;' low,, and 'It 1s'-better One wound 'was' situated at the nape Ms case in four and a half k which' 'extended to many states' :Viand. was nothing'' stolen' from.'the Otithe second division, with h AsV
in!'the interest of' hoars. The defense brought witnesses which in the'' language 'room('VThe blow the..head.wa the quarters: ''" :
,! ?: Imperative Improvern of the neck, .a second In the shoulder of the bill op Savooaj 1.:a'/Tiitwllsjr: .
J .nta that earnings should b., too And the third, which was the fatal from'several European centers, 'from constituted A combination to limit and-. only wound which* : Mies,Allen received* engineer of' the:roadway ,departBiieiit;
.r liberal rather than Insufficient Tho wound,' severed the carotid Artery. the Pacific coietof'Amerlca! ; and.from restrain-( .Interstate commerce. - .'? M. S'McDonaldaasIstantenglneer'of; ; '

l Sherman/anU4ru.t law, he' sari, 'call s,. The 'crown prince,' who' -wasstill a number of" other cities.. The cost toth' Tlie 'case arose over A strlkb"'in) Hon.. Danne'tt H. Mayo, 'four yearn the work being done at 8t, (Mary'"

, .for- Immediate'".amendment- ,In Us ,.breathing, but -who dled;;almost Imme :,
present shape It is entirely ,unfitted to '' diatelyafter'admission to the'arsenal, }!while the' coat to the Thaw [family in 1901, and .the Inauguration: of ,a has entered the rnop jbr.congress from supartatendent;' with headgear
Inset the ''conditions of today, often had suffered' three wounds In'.the head will be.equally' as much as'that of the j boycott by the' United: Hatters of,North''' the 'third. congressional' district maklag' ters at Waycross. "

"tending'to produce! 'the'. very evils,, Ito and Behest ,Two ballets had struck first I trial.. The case; 'may- justly be America, In which;the American Federation A' total of flvefcandldates: for- the IMrf:' .

alma. l ppre..." ,The president specifies Prince).lannel.'one on the. lower Jaw referred to as the"mi"Ilton'doltar' mur of Labor, Joined by putting' seat now occupied -,-by- General W, B. L During the past..week Senator Talla-.-
certain combinations 'whicharo.! ,. and the other In the arm; derv;; trial'',{ j Loewe 'ion the "unfair list. i. 3we'- &: Lamar who baa become 'a candidate ferro secured the passage of A 'bill In "'

rt lawful and'expedlont'for: the'railroads. The;coJd-blooded;'Tnurder baa set A .r : I Co... brought'IUIt under the''anti-trust" for the United States senate: .to, sue J: the senate for the establishment ot. A':

; The presIdent' attacks stock and:mar*;: thrill -of horror throughout the country FIVE"'VICTIMS. ,.OF FIRE. ) law against:200 members ,theHat- ceed'Senator.Mallory'deceased.-'' I lIib-eultura.tatlon'oll, the ,at.,. .,J'OhlUl-t'I '. ..,
.:.. ''
t aG' '1 ket! 'gambling, strong terms., ,.even.among those who have been -- : (tera ,Union living In Danbury, .claim- months'ago there'were,only'two aspl- 'river.i It proposes to appropriate $*.511';\

The.message created A'great' deal working:'politically for the, establishment Fatalities' Result from Burning of Ing $80,000 damages( to.'their business 'rants for the office! General Lamar and J I 000 for the"es1.611rhmeatot; this,atatlon -:' <,

j, J .,+ of comment! ,, among the nation's law-,: of a republic. Rooming House in Kansas City., through the boycott, which'they,charg J. Walter, Kehoe, the",,present state's forther'propagatlM9'.of' ') shad, mul:':.;: .
makers'. The president's'"friends 'com'amnd ,\ Though torn by.Internal dissensions, Five.person's were; burnedto d atb ed constituted, a conspiracy In restraint attorney, but'the.tjh withdrawal of let and other: fishes,. tie purchase Of; '* ,.
It'enthusiastically.: Some of this the put few months,'terrorized by acts and twelve others.Injured In a fire In of trade,The unions advertised their Mr.- LAmar to .ater-tbe senatorial' race I j! site, Construction ot buildings, sadA.1I ;
.
4 .talks In Jhecloak! room 'and 'corridors , of crime and bloodshed uprising's In A three story rooming house in. Kansas boycott against> this ,firm-la l.'bor"-' others began announcing, and now'lbelilt 'ponds) 'and equipment Senator TAlI-'i;" "

' fumed upon A third ,term,, for the streets, outrages' with knife and City Saturday morning. gang in 'different parts of the country, contains,'in addition to Mrs Keboe, j
". Roosevelt and'discussed this action as.;. bomb, And. always, fearful 'lqut [these The fire started from an explosion: of and [in confluence, the firm claimed Judge Charles H.. Lane). Hon.Jeffer*.I for' the 'erection' of' A n>ablie building .
'e bid support natural gas In the'..basement. The that Its business !son Stephens, Hon. JI F, C. Grlggs and for '"-
!' a for ) frota 'those who" be signs of revolution .would culminate fell off ouUldi the | the use of the United States court,-
: : lieve/President Roosevelt ".',the only In some dreadful outburst of passion, James sod dense smoke ,spread' quick. state. Actions were brought'at different lion:Dannett {I.* Mays.Tho contast: :custom house and po.tcflce'in! ' Key :

man with the''' determination, gritandperseverance ; Portugal was not prepared for. the blow ly throughout the building:ancS before' ,"places, notably >; t'.8.n Francisco.. therefore' promises to be an InterestIng "I Vest-. "'.
.
.an'alarm ,
; to fight through congress that tell ao suddenly.According ., could: ; be'given All means of -- , one, especially(as, there Is a probability .. .- .N

J the aggressive', policies ,outlines:'.1 In,.the; to' later dispatches, i boy escape by the,ordinary exits'bad been '" PRISONERS, 'GAIN LIBERTY: of Another strong candidate enteringwithin'the Tire Uimllton'hotel. a tourist resort,
IIpeelal: message, ling,. who henceforth will be' known' shut off.. The five ,persona Who lost : next'.two, week. on the backs'of the .I.uwanea! river:at,

; It'came u A surprise that the,presl-' AS 'Manuel 'II., la now the ruler of the their lives*,-were' asleep. on the third Murderer and a Safe Blower Escape '''''''' White Springs,''was completely destroyi i ,

dent should -send another';message to kingdom,of Portugal.And the;revolution ioor. I ? i 0 'from Atlanta Tower. AB order has been Issued by'the secretary ed by' 'ire stew,' nights ago.. The) '
4congress 'calling for further'" Into of the treasury, making Knights house was 'crowded with '
corporate whIch' the Instigators of the i ARTHUR' GlOVER The .. . winter visitors -
jali
,HANGED first "
P regulation b.' I 'eventa' Important delivery from Key a sub-port of entry; The appoint-'' and had from
y particularlyalnce relt- bloody. Saturday had hoped I ..::. tower' many, narrow escapes : .
t ;fr erated his old ie recommendations In his' to'plunge the country has'not yet, at - the in Atlanta-stare It was completed ment.of a deputy collector; and.probably death.Allcottages.end outhouses on;i";. *
. Paid. Penalty at.Augusta, Qa, for the I la 1896. occurred early Monday
.. two Inspectors will( be made the
$ bermeseage. short hotel
;,t.- -3 In-the senate'themessage ,least, engulfed the nation Murder morning i property were also destroy- :> '
1lf.' . was' beard' ,.la'decorous'aljrtfenceIn : ;, :,: ";Portugal Is rated'among the*smaller At of Maude Dean. &, when two whIt. prisoners ly. The marine hospital service and cd. The Hamilton WM.a. larc .wooden -' .

Ga. John.
Augusta, Friday Harper charged
with '
' l1r" the house It continuously states of''Europe, occupying most of Artltor. morning murdering Immigration bureau-will also, bave structure. .containing) ,abou| fifty?; J ?Mrooms
P. Glover'was Sheriff Keith
hanged for of '
': the Murray 'county and
applauded;particularly the reference toI. Jbeesteraa.pyt of the Pyrenean branches' at' Long Key as soon a..the and wastbe\ largest hotel, .at $ .
'II peninsular murder.of his sweetheart, Maude Dean. George Barton, who was ,held for safe Steamer'Halifax: fakea''up' heryU'''to .The.estimated'loss' *"
of'wrongdoers'and White/Springs:/
punishment ) his defenseof , on which Spain lie located- .He loss) U .,
;: : federal Judges. ' bavln8\\'Bpaln at 0 the north anal' west bad professed anything to do forgive'all those who'' Mowiagyln .Tallaferrocounty. In somemysterjous i and from thatport. to Cuba: about $100.000.1 *,, t,'|.1: x''Tire"blg .
to with,, ill"conviction, manner escaped from their I
I. "A splendid .democratic .doC ;''. beyond -
: : lno natural boundaries
ot rivers :bat said up 'to th. last that he I cells, then from the'etrongly ''
never "oclced The AJ It N. railroad ahops are kiln ll
.
to dry :
; I ,said Senator Jeff.Davis.' ";A'bid:for A and mountains and having tie Atlantic !knew and.immense dock:
'II- .third.:tnrifT.said Representative' Cia,-" ocean on' all-oter :sides. Its' area is when be killed the glrL cage, and lastly sawed their way tor be located at Apalachicola proposition at, Falatka belonging, to: N.. J. -Fllgb-+ .

,ton'of: Alabama.:, Senator. Dayis'.mov-; slightly ,Jarre than ,that of tbe 'stateotMaine. Though the- execution: was) private, .liberty through an -outside window. made to the Apalachicola board man ft"Son, ;;shingle:; imanufactur.rw;. <\
w by order the there were The mien
"e! ,ed that J.0,000 copies. of' the message .. It. colonial ''possessions'InAfrica ; of. court about were confined on. the third of trade by the general manager of hard ben burned.,,entailing .,of
!re:21 1 ,,be printed, and .the notion :was and'Asia are.nearly twenty-two 100 people'In the Jail'yard' wearing floor, and let themselves to the' ground tbe road, to locate the shops In 'Apalachlcola $20.000, vti: no lnsuranoe.TDli; Is the'''", ,
I' ., : bad e. "special.. toy of four blankets
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deputy rEneana tied
Twenty together. ."provlded a, site was .Yhen l larse.t'eltabU.hment U
'-, ."0Jted.) ; times as large as.the kingdom.: 'mInute. the'st. moor>
.' after. the,.drop fell Glover was was accepted .ad committees' '
\r 4., t ; : cut appointed nfactnrinc cypress sMlngles exclo-. *?
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down to'secure the 'site.What .
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.i\. BUSINESa'BLOCK' ,' ASHES.: n pOB EVANS :REPORTS., PREACHERS LAUD ; ..:. w
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iXPLOSION.WHELMS'SEVEN.Rolling - --
.. . '----'\' ; Is:; claimed to 'be the iargeq' It Is stated that:Mr. Charles'B.W1V.; :'
{.... Laas.!In Big! 8t n.,Gap, 'Van Conflagratlon T' .llsofAirjval. of.Battleship Fleet. atPunta' r Ministers' Association at inglq cargo of naval l stores to be'sent J"lams;; who, for the. baa "
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(Give "W.y With out from
< . of $100,)00.: 'CIclftnatl Go A gulf port left Pena cola on .
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:vr on Record. '
..'iJo.. 5 '" -,..cablegram, was.'"received. at tha Disastrous" Results.Seven' the- British steamer been assistant. to' Mr, W. J. Kroii.slstant .'.i:*,eq
.- .:,,, An entire .business. ,(.block'at! :'Big .1 bureau: of:navrgatlpn \.'the%'n.", +'d.*; men.were,': klllad: land'half; A :.Hailed. .AS "A greater force for-,right, Hamburg.,',The shlpmrat Cralgmorer for 'constructing engineer '.of' ; '
was the
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1 ' ,:Stone:;Gap'; "Va---was ,WIPed.'out',; by flri partment* at'WsehtngtOqSunday/ ;. from dozen -others'' injured two, of whom .ou.n4Y..t" ail the preachers !in the .American, Naval Stores .eompanyi; : 'formerly FlojtldA;. East .eo..t ;.ialJwa1. ,extBpsloa- \ ep;,f'

,:,'Sptursday(morning),:entaiiing'aoee'' .;( Rear Admiral'tevans/commandlnK.the mar die,>. In >n 1 explosion: *of,-A "boiler world,"' President; "Roosevelt and his the 'Shotter 'conipany,:and com\ bas been,appointed?by. CollectorOeo,t
.*. ..S-,:'jQfl00.000.-:Among .the :'buUdlagi*,:burnvodiirAs PMUVbound the">> battleship fleet t, anaonnotaif to Van Allen c:;0;. 'rolling\ ."mill"\ ; at 'pollcl.. ..' expressed In' ,his 'recent 'jprlsed JO.OOO barrels' fOlIQ'and :JtOoq; W. A1leu'o(; Key .Wert. -\o'tMPoiltl.u:

(ha' Hotel'Eugene; 'tho'South- ; .arrival':.ol the!:' "fleet' at .Punta Northumberland-Fa.v, ,.Monday, ''morn- message.to congress were Indorsed .by. casks ;ot spirits turpentine,: The ot deputy ,. ;collector bl,f..customs:;; AtKnlghM .
fern:iEnras'compa; '&DcSotl1.'Wett:: Arena,, on, straits 1 "of Magellan Sat lug:: ,,The rolllog 'mill the ,
ii >ny: s "' was badlr', dan>. Methodist Ministers': 'Association, Utt.r-.iggregatedorerOO,0o0; pitons Key, M r,;Wllllaims,'It: fci donna,.
n. L' ''era t7nlon'officers* -. 'were' *also l' destroyed." ' urday. .... aged; ,r -? : of Cincinnati. at.:a, meeting, ..Monday. And 'In Itself'has"a"Ta1UattOt\'ofo.er\ ; will leave;Miami ahotU7toususa.; ::
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The Per tot Is to cure the kid.I I ) .
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On.*=:=---tb8, ;:::.. :::. ..... 60 ea'., A brad back mead sick kidneys. -

AU on.muntcM ...xorpt h.m our auuawt.e Neglect. It, urinary troubles'.follow. I" It makes O-difference whose blank l your Doctor writes
aad..ID oW_be......d _u..wtilet' Dole's Kidney Pills are'.''l>> de for I . 4A
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'Ie ute euou- will not b. returned ....... kidneys only. his Prescription: on, we can fill them correctly. __ ____ COUNTY

'or. ,. 8. B. Lemons., clffarraaker, living b" .. We.are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES, ''which + CRATES
'" 11-: ..at the Po.t_>e/IIOe In K IIIlmm-. Fla..Ys..edrYr at 1311 Alhle street, Tampa, Fla., are guaranteed HAY .Celebrated Fertilizers I .$:
Mil Ur. ....... says: "1 us.. ""-- and Lucy.. cured me of backache and " . i: GRAIN E TO',. $;

7 1007. disorder! of the kidney Two or Circulars .nit Prlc. t.r
Friday, February? threw time on account of the pain In FULL LINE 'TOILET ARTICLES. -.r -' Fnrnlli4 ea Application.. ,
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my buck I was unable to go to work \ (
I for several! days. The secretions of
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,or'pry"w the kidneys were In a very bad con
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The wet' (Lull "drv" campaign stand'would bucomeof consistency > rau i : .

now ort, and the present prospectsare of jelly. I tried various remedies, i

that a determined, but good taking what teemed like gallons of .'rjvi= : : P PMO dh.i.1. i j! Country Fxodixoe: a.Waters' ipeeCialty.;
natured fight will be "waged, by bothIdes. medicine and I also put on plasters iPSO I
but nuthlnir' helped me! at-all until I I. "
Doan's \ I'll In the ad- "
t The flrstgun on the "dry" side was \'I@e -41f a friend of mine,.and using: '))1'1i' All Kinds' of Frames'FUNERAL - -

Bred Wedn.&clay'ohrbt.. when, about them according. to directions they DIRECTOR t made. : to Order! I >a.4I& vl.l r.arlr.e.Alaekrfar+s O& ''''.
fifty r or weventy.tlveiiien,representative cured me'In a very short time."' 1 .1 .'
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For sale by all dealers Price' 8Ocents. -

244 ,offthe the beat\best business moral t interests sentiment, of, as the well town, as York.c Foster-Mllburn, sole agents for..Co.Buffalo.New the. UniteStates. /'I ill LICENSED. v $BMBALMER- j j Prompt attention Given to 'I R. S. Floyd &:

'met at the onera' house and organisedDV 'ijI. I orders sent"by, mall or j CO."r'' '
: the '.el ctluo of a strong cam )llernomber tho name-Doan'* -and Also Nice I..tn"of, Ladies' and j t telegraph. 'Ii
: take nq l5-e-a-m ill.* .) _
whose will
palgu committee, duty ..be other-
- -- ____"__ -- I Gents' Burial Roh.es. 1 tII
to. wags the light In every section of h"-----r Ii. '
GROCERS '
.Residence West Side 'bf ,
lit .
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', the count and roll up as frig a j t.
PHONE .78. Court House Square.Ik4S..tf j ...
majority for the "dry's" as possible. I' I

The meeting was harmonious Acre.tsr4lreYt.r., ,. .A. t1rlYrfl.ae.oafsaw4r NEW FIRM NEW GOODS .

throughout, and every man present t D.ROTDNDOFancy I. = == --='-- -:,-:= -":=-.::...... ::.=-=- -,,-.::= =:-" .. -- _.._--- t
seemed to feel that he had ''a personal '.
I
k duty preform In lielpltiu to keep .
,
Full.Line of High Grade Fresh '
the county dry, and was ready to R. L. HARRIS. M. D. J. 8' MC EWAN.! E .. '
Family and Fancy Groceries (,. '
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preform' (.bat'duty at all hazards. .t. .
r'y
v The movement( has absolutely! and Family Gro HARRIS' SANITORIUM. FREE 'DELIVERY J r, ;

w nothing to do with politics, either ..
l 1\ a
ceries. ORLANDO, FLA at, It' ., n ,
z factional or otherwise, as will be : .t
v; ,R shown bv the personal of the committee 1'riccs flight Kissimmee, 'lat.
s%%%
appointed to conduct the cam A Private Institution built and equipped with all. modern 1

# palgn. This list contains members conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of y yyy yyy 'v .'er' .
and
Fresh Fruits, Nuts
4l of both the old faction, as well as the..sick.: .
men who are not allied with either Confectioneries. Terms', Reasonable. Write for Particulars.] BUDDED TREES !
faction, all' working< hand In hand,
i with only one object In view-thai of _-
y' conserving the good morals of the 'j
county by keeping out the saloons. Y Islesworth Nurseries.
'l'he'oIr's"\ : have made, a splendid\ Full Line Canned. Goods, i

;t4' beirlnnlnir. The meeting Wednesday Tobacco. ,
"i night, both in attend4nee and in .. Cigars : I CHASE & CO.. 1'J'OI'mJo'J'OI:: ss J.,W. HOARD, AGENT
enthusiasm far exceeded the expec-
: .tatiousofthe most ardent advocates We will have ready for next Fall und Winter planting a general
of prohibition, and. each one went assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie
p .away Reeling that jhebattle was already Goods are All Fresh and ties. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
woo.Eternal .- Sour Orange! roots, guaranteed free from' Insects J nests of any kind.
vigilance, however, Isis Prices Low, All budded from bearing trees'in Oiir\ groves and therefore true to"
.the prineof liberty, as has been well name. Our facilities for growing nursery\ stock are second to,'
,, said, and it behooves us not to en- none and our trees are as Ihe as monkey and twenty ,ear's exper->
+ oourace a spirit of over-confidence. lence can produce. We are racking a specialty this season pf the
N The wet are preparing to put up a - -- ".- - .. ..-..:.. Now famous California Valencia Late which destined to become the'
strong fight, and will have worker. fence Hosts for Sal*. Florida Midwinter Exposition Open. greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia bud. come direct ,
in the field all over the county Jrom from the best bearing trees In tbe district now famous for producing -,
now until the election. I have a fine lot of round llghtwood Palace of Inductry, showing the Industries of Florida Japanese Bazaar' the best Valencia In California. ,;
The Is but the fence posts, which will be delivered Iggorote Village Streets of Cairo, the Bests Bands In. the United
;r only fight to keep already It won won Is to get anywhere in Klsslmmee.. Prices: : 60ft\\) State, Special Features Every Day. Free Acts. Fireworks.Admission Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha, Fla.'or call and see our Nurseries -

busy and stay so till the, last. vote is lOc; 7-ft, 121c; 8 ft,- 16c.\T. H. SMITH;; ZS. \Cetitsv.. Low Rates ,op All I Railrdadfl. at Waco on Florida Midland R; R. "

polled"on election. day., '.

'yM The Village ImprnvementSodety.

,, The good women of Klnlnfmee 00; SPACE.'y: :
t.alnlymeao. business In their attemptto WATCH THIS : ,
make of this a beautiful little town. _
Monday afternoon at tbe Inn there .,,J
were sixteen names taken for member. -

ship In the society,.while -some were h_ -- _ --' : '
present who did not desire as yetto
become members. An organizationwas OQOOO CO
w perfected and officers elected for I : .... I : ;
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the ensuing year, A committee was iM/t. MAC3M. ietPd UY NrAOM. Card of Thanks
,. appointed to draft a constitution from .
the model suggested the American Kissimmee Drug Co. \
one < by '
Civic League association. BR < S.I:
MACK .
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One dollar a year-.was agreed upon .. J"-,;' *
Hi 'M the amount Of dues for membershipIn EDITOR ''VALLEY GAZETTE: : f .
I the Society, Surely j many more'of
Klssltnmee's faIr too this
are busy -Veek
to have a part In such a work at sucha i : winding the old year's business to' W.

also. small probablywe.nt amount. The to sterner hand sex small will We carry the largest'' and WOODDrlAYINQ; r ;j write an .advertisement: but you can'juslraa.y to our friends, and ,customers '$:$&'*
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amounts to the, executive' committee, most varied stock of our, line I." 'antl rj ihat we are truly grateful for the splendid "hfc to..
from time to time. Let all exhibit : .Everything Is New. ""Irst-c ass. We will I patronage that

? 'which.that, splendid' will\ prompt trait them of public not only spirit to''' In:town. but 'the j Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser j been accorded us during the past year, and' will endeavor to merit a ('m
We none 'I
help the in their efforts carry Nlsht. All ,Kinds 1
women on town vice Day or; continuance af the in t&e future. '
property general, but will work on freshest and purest of drugsat same
a their private property! ; removing all times. :Heavy Hauling. \\
'sightly objects and' condltiuns, making r Very truly, ?Ir i
leans and planting.shrubs and Your prescriptions are filled AT BEAMAN'S OLDSTAND. PHONE 113., 1 II .
;' flowers; In short"Promptly, imbibingthe by a Graduate in Pharmacy
:, enthusiasm now aQost. Let us all besides five years'actual exS H. C. STANFORD CO.
co-operate In making, : a more""beauti
perience.
fuT America."' .
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.y Thirteen dollars was'pald In by the
Doesn't this mean somethlnlt1" -
stxsooooootssdttcn
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ladles at the Inn -on Monday after %
s 'noon." On Tuesday In response to a C., A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFOHD.VicePrMldmit.. {' ,,
&'I. LUPFCK. +
I petition from:! the V. I.S, committeethe We carry sufficient help to : sdsi b ; PmUmt. 8.r; '
school board appropriated twenty .deliver withina Sl .
packages Sunny
your
five dollars( for the year to be used by ,
the society on the school property. In few. moments after the pur- .
addition to this the county commis chase. This is .not idle \;A

uloners agreed dollars to aJlowJLbe on ladlestwentyfive the boasting, but we want your L. H. INGRAM,''Proprietor I.i I. J KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.J : I

business end we know we ..
court. house property,, The month of \\N..aNN..NaN.aae.NeNNNaN.aaNN.NN.YaNeaNS'
; February' will show some practical can please.,. ..
workings of the society. The Kisslm i '" I |i"i"I. i-
mee society will be affiliated with the - li LIVERY SALE and BOARDING -
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American Civic association' Philadelphia Rough and Dressed :
lobe corresponding secretary 'It:I. j I I phoi>. loa:: \ J
"4 >holding' for 'C.he' eooiety an annual Kissimmee Drug Co. I
i membership.The oncers. elected. Monday after' Klsslmmee, Fla. Well equipped-with. New Stock, Jd Vehicles andprepared '$| Pine Lumber.: '' ''. .. : \ rf

r I# 'W' moon were: > to meet all demands :with_ Perfect SatisJ J ,' I ,
Mr*.'N.-B. Carson, president; Mrs. ..:. ; .1:1'1
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I Carr, ,.t-vioe-prestdent; Mrs. Harris, action i : '::i 10-
.Sod Ice-president; Mrs. Oyerstreet,
BARBfiR .
I1 recording: secretary; Mrs. C. M, Brit- CITY ,SHOP}

'L lain, corresponding secretary; Mrs. f | ... HEAVY 'HAULING. .SPECIALTY. . | HOUSE BILLS A (t SPECIALTY:,, l
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{ Hats, trcSITrer.The >f *MriOnnti| M innr>rir.i n .nr..,. ..., ,
executive committee Is composed Now Open for Businessin r > ,. .
t of the following: . \
b .-Mr. C.. A. Carson, chairman; Mrs. '. Old Stand! ._ ,.. .
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Bullocb, Mr. N.- B. Carson Mrs.Carr I MALSBYMACHINERY
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,. Mrs. Harris.The NEW CHAIR i\ COMPANY,. <"I:
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next regular' meeting will beheld I' rut
March llth at the.Inn.. .NEW.' .AZOR.S'. ::1 Lone Dl.taac. Pkoa. BT*. 22 0<:... IIt....,. ..a. . y ;. .ail: ; f
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KISSSIMMEE: PHONE. 8.' "
Mas.0.'M. BRTTTAIN,. : NORTH ;; t .
Corresponding Secretary.A .. ? NEWEVERYTHING; Portable and Stationery- Engines '

-' 'j Stitch la Tin". ...Satisfaction: Guaranteed..' .,. F rC. W. Griffln log and r Machinery Boilers; Sawmills and Hup; Wcfodwork-II... Complete 'I' Y' .,. :
f ;' ,
v. will save nine. 80'will a bottle ol.I line carried in stock. Liberal, V- ;:: ;.
terms. Write for '''i '.
'7Ballard's.Horebound' Syrup always ,C1A sic "AV. 3 catalogue. !. ro
.It. 'kept OB hand' save many a 'spell of State agents for tbe Olds Oas) .ad \
. :fcleknrai.: A sure .cure for coughs, FamUyrtlrocerles: 088011. segiees {'"
.. 'Wlds bronchitis and whooping cough. one Spanish Jack For Sale. ". Fancy i: ; "
: Vr Shot Ark. .writes:: : \" ;I'
.", ':, ("I;keep s bottle of BallardV Bore- 'spa. 's1'';J aclr: 15. 'hands hiffb, 5, Fresh Meats j MACHINERXrBRING .. .

/',,nay bound: forethought Syrup In many nay chest times.It, and ,thank has: sold..ou old.aeoount Wen of death of the"Must owner be:. -+. . ..t . '. .....," -i';'!{iI

.ntd severe spells'' of "slolc'Sold' also six young\ horses. Inquire oiL : D.I ltuery Every Day at any Hour. .Patronage'Boliclted. :
ri Bey many .: :: ,t :: : .. .. ": :
'maeyl......? '- \\fj. ,Robert! Pnar- Plate* H, Inrrato Asnton t :,,, Kltslmmee-. .01". ,3-4tr I.-: IA, _:etalc.la c rAtiRk, .tO.i5-. .r/k. .>Ve, -- a.a aaa. sla . US YOUR JOB :PRINTING'J { ,

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are MARKED LOW: ... of all kinds. ., .

Book CaseS; Side .Boards We h."e. a beautiful assortment of
:: 4 ti Fancy Silver Pieces, Vises,. Cups and /
.' : iCT7 China Closets, Dining I Sauoers..Cake Plate. Berry and Water
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j( Chairs. ,Oak Suites iron .S ; Grp sew LI1em- .


:r Beds, ancLBed Springs. e + ', 'yY I FOR THE CHILDREN ,.'. '

a -1 We have a complete line( of Dolls', Doll
1 We' Carry a Full Line f ;., -. Carriages Rocking Horses Drum, I.

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":kThe' klssImmeeValleu Gazette j, If you need anything In Winter I Wade the Tuner, Orlando. JOHNSON-STtffEC. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i
Goods yob.save from 25 to M
.,. percent' For Bicycles a, Shanlbarger, Or. .' 11 4
-' "K-J-nnW*- at. Stanford Co. ,
4 For Marshall and,, Collector
. lando. .,9-Ot
,i. ,'" TBLBPHONK: NO, ". Try Klsslmmee Drug Co's. Little: Beautiful Weddlsg Solenirlted. it I h...wby .nnouira*AijrMlf 5 .......iictau tar UMoflVo
> .; P*** """"" ' '" "' Catbsrlc Granulesfor, Constipation, Oysters In. all styles atGilbert's.. the Episcopal Church f o. City' Manh and 'Tax Collector and 1 0
:! '. 'EVERy' FRIDAY Torpid Liver and Bllliousness.M-tf Phone 84. <47-tf.< solicit" the Biipporrpf the votvra of)
\ PUBLISHED On Wednesday evening February ...--... tIM'I. I { F Y4
'kt . -BY- New barber shop at 1'atrlck's old Born to Mr. and. Mrs.' W. W I 6thf' St. Johns! Episcopal l church was Tax Collector will receive poll tax i
.
t ,' M/. a.OFFICIAL MARRIe9. conversant stand. Service with by all tonsonlal the latest fads artist In Bell on Thursday,,. Feb lth, a, son "the( scene of a' beautiful church until midnight,tonight. '

: .tt' barbering tf Today Is the last day. to pay poll wedding when Mr. O. G. :'Stell'ee and Mr. Howard Katz 1 I" luVTainpa' assisting _

\ WEATHER REPORT. tax Unqualify In the city and 1 wet and Miss Ada Roberts. Johnson were Commissioner Van Ouior In ; i _
A flat car jumped the track at the L'"T
.',: A r*rn tmiwmtw f.r _. t'eD ln. Thun- be. dry election. united In the holy bonds of matrimony looking; after Osceola county's exhibit. ,21

.L ., .' f ,..:r. FebruarY",11I08. depot'on Monday afternoon Just Rev. David D. Kidd, Rector, offi .at the fair. rMayor '.
fore the arrival of passenger train Try J.he new barber shop. Everything is having
M. 'Murphy
,} -- elating.Wleu. T. a
;r I Ralntall. No. 89, the replacing of which ex new and up-to-date. Sharp ra- ,
neat erected on the vacant lot
.Ysx. NIDI ,t.be cottage
appointed hour arrived
/ sore. clean towels. flrst-class service. 4c
' I. cited considerable Interest amo'DlL'th.crowd In front of Mr. W., L. Van Dusor'sresidence.
- the'church was filled to Jtu utmost '
I *
who had assembled to meet .the We are requested by Mr. Harrv
......_:. 71 lit"" .. train. capacity with friend and relatives of Mr.: W-: D. Maklmon left last week .M;: ,
Bttlw&ivThnmUr :: . 77 117 i ,038uoodM passenger W. Thurman to st..te.\hat a meeting
'who
I the contracting/ parties had tor an extended business trip to Kansas
.. 72 40SS Hotel ..
of Klaslnimee. and
the Imm
"onIIir.: : 64 I The Fay Stocking (for children and gathered. to ,witness, the a-usplctousV, City, St. Louis Chicago,' Philadelphia r
'J\a..tar: .. . . M an ladles at Stanford Co. provement Co.will; be held at theGraj ;"5 and New York.1For ,I
w.nra r .. .... . 74to 1 .1 IwvHe I ev"ni. :
4 . ,,'' lit' Julius >nd RObert Sumner were stone Hotelnext, Thursdayevening St"Jobn. church) which ,had 'been Sale.-A. fine. Berkshire Boar, Paint''ftud Paper
Feb. 13th. old, weighs about. 400 pound
one year ( .
in town yesterday from Boveit, to beautifully decorated with lIowera.ev..lfreen..nd ,
,, also three other hogs.. Improve and house. -...
-- - -- -- which place they recently) moved from Mr. Herbert Fountain, of Cartersvllle pot plants, under the .. 11W H. WKAVEH.' I will be pleased protect to bring'jour my 1907 -

"a vt s 4 Crabb on their way to-the' lattery S.'C., .who',had been' spending direction Mesdames ),I. Kate and The City campaign opened'' this sample books to your>Jouse and

< place to Irtok\ after their father's a few da,.* here with his brother,' D. C. Lee; never shows: to better ad week by the announcement of U. Q. make any suggestions.. In the latest,/,

THE LOCAL fiELD: | cattle, and to carry back 'with them C.:l'i: Fountain, returned home'; on.. vantage and was a perfect bower of. Woodall for Marshal and Collector decoration that you may desire.'
n Drop a card and 1 will cheerfully
| 'some fine hogs, which, they left at I Wednesday. 'Mrs. C H... Fountain beauty;: column which' will Of this be Issue.The found'. til another furnish me estimates on paper:

<< '' Crabb!: when,.heYIIIOyed.. VJ I ap&littledaughter., accompanied him' ''. fr romptiyrt.5:30to'clock'. .' tb., wed* and painting i t ,? J j {tqEO
.. home for Jew"week visit; ding party arrived, and the procession city, fathers bare had neat galvanized ''
: MMHw Walt forour.., tailoring, represent.1 Iron receptacles placed along
'i.J w ., At the Inn next week Wade. sttvel;. Here on 13th: KATZ'S. : Quinn Edmondson will call and go- cbnrch.was formed' The In wedding'the vestibule march beautifully of- the I the sidewalk' for the ,reception of allwa.1.e 1 E A. BAITER
: yourpackages for.the White StarLaundry. J paper and other trash which ;,
'uidaet watches *2.00 ''at a"D'mo.eJ rendered bv the Klsstmmee ,
his
'Ingersoll Mr! E D. family . S 47-tf I orchestra, pealedforth, the ,doorswere will go a long way towards keeping
.- i Kate's. from this place Loughman.\ wherehe t oor'streets clean If proper use Is madeof ORLANDO .'
FLORIDA.
and the bridal
'r' flunp wide party .
. I...., .. I M-r; H. iA. Holmes of Fort :Drum, thom. :h
'/ holds responsible position with entered.Messrs.. E.. P. Uann and
'\Pder'- : for tailor l shade suits,> at. the was'ln. towb''this week, :and -., with j 5'.H";"
: '. the e"l'ladeC1prea''Co.:. ,' on Tuesday : CI".J Johnson brother-in-law; and It l the Idea was. ever entertained by : i'i'PA'INT'.iN"1
.Ji4' t ','C.h. Store.' I .,.- ;" Kissimroee regrets :f.'very'much: school commissioner Willis Chandler, brother of the bride preceded! the procession any one that the voters of Oooeola "
'911 fL at this office a pleasant call.: Mr. down the aisle and were county were ready to again allow the
bed fresh candy paid
will always
: 'You !
.to lose this good family. front' her'oltizenship "
"//f : three' followed by Miss Emma Runela. of establishment of saloons, that Illusion
?Gilbert VV'41tf.Leave Holmes wagonloads
,! but all will rejglce that they brought up lioston, maid 'of honor. Then fol- certainly. must have been dls :
"< fl" packages; for the White Star have not.gone farther away. of 'oranges hauling them bjr lowed the br'de.reapleDdent' in her pelted by the "Dry" meeting held at'' ,
wltfc Quinn Edmondson 47t ox team from his grove at Foct Drunv bridal: robes of white satin, and yell the council chamber .Wednesday ,

Subscriptions for. the AtlantaJournal i Dwellings, for rent' ., 'apply' toI.- a distance of seventy-five mile., Mr caught; .with sprays of orange blossom night. With such a body'of men as 1
t ? Tiller leaning on the arm of her father attended that. meeting, banded' to
taken.
dally his
.or serai-weekly, Holmes hrfs heretofore shipped
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and
Capt. Clay Johnson Sr. .At the gather as'one man. Willing to
'at this qmce.1. .<' Miss LannteBass who has been so boat but. the boats' being .
oranges' by ,
altar- they were met by the groom and spend their time and money In such
.."Mrs.: Will Dale and ,Miss. Susie critically III for the past few.days" is unable1. to; run because'of the low his best man; Mr. .Ha"" Kelseyo1. a cause. there can be no such v/ord as .

Dale ,spent. few,clays. with 'relatives some' better at this writing. Mr. water he has had to haul his entire Niokles, who entered from the vestry fall.; \
N 'P. Base went fep to Orlando' ''Tues- In' the solemn, beautiful ceremony of .
|'n Orlando this .week. / crop, this e& on. So far he has :,
the 'Kplscopal faith .the'rector
iJjaf; Mrvli 'G.. Vans .Agnsw, Came down I I I dsy to see If be could get a' nurse ,,forMiss brought In over eleven hundred boxes.: pronounced the words which t.beQ..j Spring goods arriving daily Lots i
; Lannie he succeeded and thenurse of pretty white thin goods ready for
for life
alum .,Orlandp and spent Sunday Florsheim's as Patent Oxfords: are.. them! usingthering ceremony. If you are thinking 'of ,xhavingyour
.
the MissLannie'i Tile bridal and few
came same ,night. party a inyitedfriends inspection now KATE'S.
..,I"hhl., brothers on the! Island. : the correct: thing as to style, comfort, then repaired to the hospitablenoire "
friend hope she will .
many etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. "
If you are hungry go to1 Gilbert's. soon be, well.' onlv.Messrs.. ot' the bride's parentswhere This is> Good Tim* to flay Florida IIOIINQ l"ritefl .

r quick lunch restaurant:or call up -84 P and Frank V..n.. delightful and. the time refreshment were until served the ..Property.While It Is) Chesp., N, +In
.and have order sent up., .,.tl. Cut prices on woolen goods at Stanford / ,;A. Agnew pleasantly spent in. to
your Co. accompanied by theirUe.t8, arrival. of the southbound train which Good lot for small house., . .. .. 36 w
Mr.; aol'r.lr.; J. \\..-.Miller went 'up Walter was' to carry them to Lakeland. 40 acres land, timber out..s .40 andwaiitn nrNt-claMHjJ! "' .M.Ri .
and' II.
to rlaodo.Sundup'to'ylsits: friend, Mrs. W. L. Paulk returned to her M !mrs., J.- P: Gardner The presents whloh were on display Block of good celery land): ,. ?. .. 225 < .

i: ,vUuxlls ill ut-the hospital.I.I sn that' city. home, at Cairo'; ,Ga., Monday afterseveral Henderson, of Boston, anu U.,W.Munson. at'the residence were numerous and 42 acres and house, 3 miles out. ,. 350
..:- here' her of Siberia left Wednesday handsome and testified to the high 16 acres and house, at station ? .4 600 at arenfcqnabto: ) price (don't' 'f
visit with
;; Engineer: Ceo E. Parker,' of' Lakeland -1 weeks afternoon 'for Fort. )Ie..., where they.ulltalre' esteem In which the happy. young 10 acres and house jn town .,..... 000
'PeDt.'I'ew\.da'l* at home..on parentI. : Mr< and Mrs J. M. Gardnerof ..'steamer. -up 'the Caloosabatchee I couple are held. Orange grove and two bOu..t. .s 850 .
.Hotel.. Miss Mattie. The bride is the daughterof farm and 5".4 90U '
the Park youngest 40-acre grove
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full
> work to
; the., sick 1I.\,' retvrfalog to his on and a-l.w'du. at. FortThompson wo me.
spend
Bandy, accompanied' .Mrs. Paulk Capt.. and Mrs. Clay Johnson and 13-room cottage, Main 8t.-...t300
y f'o Wedne.da'i. "I home and will a'few weeks'' in :, Mr, P, A. Vans Agnew 1s very'popular -In Klssioonee's Nice orange grove near'elayrd..t2500 r
a'nd shirts spend will. return home from this place, but. social( circles, walls the' groom, who 800 acres round timber W per acre.
Send collars cuffs
' :,t.. < your Cairo a'ter ..1lc1.be will go on' to is a ;young man of j excellent habits Money to .loan to buy and build with : _
to the White Star Laundry. QulnnEdmQndson the balance. of the party. trill go further -
.tr.' will call for packMres -I Atlanta to accept a position in the and demeanor, holds a responsible J-.M. WtLLftON; JR..
f3; your south and visitMr'! Frank Vans position'' with a large phosphate .
'' ;I' if TOY will notify him. 47-tf i millinery business. Aenew's grove located-In the Big'Cypress compcnv' located at. ftikles' Fla:, at 'Make your selection for; your THEO. HOFFMAN

f\{ Mrs; E; H. Fennsll. fflrmerly of Bee those Hub-Dry Towels at' Stanford about sixty miles below Fort which place they will make their; spring suit early and thereby securea .
'; ''KlsslmroeeV but,:;DOW living 'at In- Co, be future home.' good choice. > _ KATZ.
'will about three
... Thev drone N -. s
: Is here visit to her. B be weekSyrup "
yerness, on a. It Is now Capt. Eugene yan "
Mrs. J1 .W.'Seymour and
:daughter, Mrs. PO.. White. I having recently been promoted] from'I I I '
Ulrbter'l Notice
, '. of White Pine and Tar is a Miss Clyde Seymour came :
'< I first Lieutenant to 016p"aID'of Com the early train yesterday 1 DR. LESLIE W:. .WEEDDN '
'M..tlon.reDr".ent..tl"e .
::., ; Qeo C. I remedy that will positively cureclul1a
.. I and
I city election and In the wet dry
s was puny. A, of the Cadet Corps at the.Stat4 colds. For sale at Klsslmmee home at OJu. to spend the day visiting
United States
e government election must their poll tax be-
relatives and friends. This Is their pay
This -Is thesecond I Drug Co. M-tf
; .htlreJ.week" making a geological ,. University. 'first visit to ",Miami since they movedto fore, midnight: tonight Feb. 7th 1908. .Specialist-;Eye, Ear'
. r a ';survey of our artesian wells. ( time Kissimmee.has carried off this Messrs. Harry Perch and' PercyBuck their new home at Ojus in December C.L.. BAWDY, Tax Collector. "
honor Capt.-Don Oliver having been of Philadelphia, returned last..! last and their many friends were gladto 1 Nose and Throat...... ,

j .Re.. David D-Kld4waU, hold l err captain, of Company A. while attend week from their bunt near Lake 'MM them In' Miami" again.-Miami. frsceola

,,4,. "'Vices in the Episcopal church.on Sun- ing thin. school when It was'located. at Gentry and reported having had Newe.feC0rd' . .County
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-'day o.stt Holy Communion at 10:30 Lake City Eugene's many friends luck. found Private .
t I splendid They plenty A Baby 1osoital. Arnerican1Na|

., :4; .''Evening Prayer. .and Sermon ..t.4 .will rejoice 0' with__him" in his. promotion.. turkey quail and snipe., and caught. Shouftj: tie i 'sunshine <.n the house. and Abstract Company ,tional Bank BuildingTamre,; a 1

''j' .. (< \;: Lillian' Holt and Luotle launch ,. Please have the chanoe forhltn.on with.. They were )joined here on their Vermifuge; the -worm'medielse' ;
homed delivery of the same tf. offered, suffering, bumaDlt..".. This f
In and
:'v' B..nb""ret.urned to their return! b/ Dr. Buck Mr Frank S. H. BULLOCK.!MANAGE*,
I remedy la becoming the permanent fix .
:. Georgia! last week after an extended Mr. O. L.Hlllls, ji*' prominent. realestate'msn Campion, al.o'or Philadelphia, and ture of all- households. A mother .

"". t&' ,visit..here with' their. friends the of Springfield ILL, was- Monday morofnir' bright' and early : with children can't get along' withouta Real estate] L. W INN -
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} J> Misses Moon. <' in town Monday' see ,Mr. ,W, L. the party set sail In theirnew, sailboat botll of W bite's Cream Vermifuge 'Titles. examined and reported on I 9V ; ItPrTsxcr.

., nhai Van Duaor, with'wlh>1I) he hadbeen, in ., which was ,built for them, by In the 'boll.... Sold by It o berson'se Taxes paid. for non-residents xt .-I.--"",
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., : We are sorry to' state' Mrs.' Pharmacy. Instrument relating to.real e.tate'"arerully ,
oorre.pondeoee'for :
e,:r Ix, ,Tatum's. condition is hopeless? and her wa.look.lnlr'Tor.some tract time of'; 'Mr.Hillis land P. G, White, to make the trip through drawn'Correspondence .ra..e.wo.a 5s.. raw 'I
bv water. from her to- Forts Mvers.
Piawo TMSIIC.Next
'Iit .. any time. Her : ....., '
,' .t: death )s,expected Nr.oas..n f.--
for development and was shown hsndred
distanceit about three Solicited. .
The week Wade the will work ) ( L
'ti Other. daughters. Mrs::n. F.> Hall and tuner '
('' around ',the country by 1>> Mr.-' Van miles and they; expect to be ., severalweekaTOK'the in Klsslmmee. Orders. sent to the. j. Wv :SIMPSON
.Jf 'i4>. Oottwalles. are.hers,with herd JK ;.
.t: : .t but in'
\ Dusor.,, who took him his way, camping'ajong: the Inn attended, : .
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'" .',V\"..-. Mr., ;Ht< 4r Day "publisher .of': tile' 'buggy for r drivel: He had.been 'In banks. of the lakes ..and streams en - For, Mae,. PA., :VANS AGNEW". \ DENTIST,'

: Hagerstowk, led,,. 'Exponent.., ac-I other sections .of Florldav-, and found route.? ", .l?
<:' pani.dby '''his nephew,. ;Jerome -Done which' b/considered equal to ( 1'( ''ResUentlal and, farming propertyof > t ATTOHIY: AT LAW......,-. t -. ,> Office over Oflceol t P. arraaey. :{h
1.r I or' brst-class work patroolx. the sixty acres at Hammock Orevs, I .mi B I* .
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aad/Mr. G; B. Reynolds lisM :* / v 1. THD' 'NOAAKY: POM.IC:,'':, .1'- a.
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White Star Laundry. Quinn Edmond- farm<< ?Z3Fr lr r ,:'. to ,,
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LtJtAUW"; Survivals acceptedmanner, Net Amerlanlem of defining TThe r COME! : ON IN, THE: ,WATER' is: .F NE.s .'" waiting RACK.illness. .a 2 good'V I oadsj.!! ;,.

: ,I Americans .either' male or female 'lathe : wa about to don
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comlo first time. .
I. London papers or in sec \
ond-rat English. novels 'Is to lard -. wife from an ad- \>:: .... .

''i ,wu' ''r'aewa eir' UsAddrtli'Itwf. SlotH., hWadliapton ., the Jr speech pUnUfully. with Mea'co- -::: C r ; getten all thy Pope -on Good Roads.-:. < '. .r+l

it 11 U PA fit late" sod "guess" add with "well" at == .. The good roads movement strays'
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N W., Wail (Mgtoly p, C/ the opening of each '..niel ee. This = ; U1L wfl.w.raw a lively sense has attracted the favorable attention,' .'.
mode 'of marking, or any 'other Is la condition replied
of automobile manufacturers, both Individually -.:
Itself totally unimportant, but linguistically '. : and collectively, and In .; a

It,. Is not without Int.re.t.tor '3. ., me claes real annual report Albert I.. Pope ;:r stir, ,, ,"
while It !. --purely conventional as -== 1 lrtnttmas sevnr mr + yowl. to hang 'm Ing president of the National Ao- .

.now used and has no.'relation to any eo' :: elation. of AutC.1UObll.'l'd.lIufactl\18r* If'

American habits of the present day, =,:; commented oil::"the' subject aa followca y...;'.
whether good or bad, it I. pleasantto CALL. { ., Brief Intimation lias, been gite ?... -
note that the hard-worked insular = . to i'ou in earlier reports o$ the work:? ;gA
humorists. need not have gone so tit HIe' VIswe on performed by your committee on''
; L afield to find the wends necessary for F Vacations. highway Improvement, The 'most! '*f
5S the Identification' of Americans. They, J t ( satisfactory results' have been ?..''..

really tad but to turn to the "New '' of the. wild Vn said tal oed. The committee has '. f

Letters" of Thomas. '>Carlyle (Vol. I, the call.,of the working qulelly for three Ob-I'I we.
. 171)), and there read the following j : call of the vaca- studying the good roads "' ''''';

entenra; "He has' brought '.yoU a .L throughout. the country, with ioo..I;
Ht. Fox's book ot Martyrs, which' ) I calculate now dragging 'on Ides of making sure' In'' which direction ,
S will\ go 'In the parcel today; ; twice '.1 long to it could best expend Its efforts.- + Se
'you will get right good reading out It did'' a month Analysis has'shown' that wo.t'of the', t. o

of It, I guess."-From "The Origin of half so well. As Rood road organizations have only. .

Certain Americanisms," i>y, Senator feel like doing been able to accomplish good 10C.UT.ra. :

.11. C. Lodge, in tb "- ,crlbne...., Is, In the way and that thero Iii to-day. no .Jl
pr I could play tatlve national good road reprll.en-I: :)) 1

,- but on my Including: all Indultrlcs 'and indlvld-l i-1OiLJ:'y,
Wants the Recipe.PltUtmrg down. What uals desirous of better, highway i :Z'
a
club women are In some change. I want With'this Idea in view, this past aum.,. .j t

excitement over the'discovery that- In ... mer has been spent In gathering to-j .$$1
that' city many wdtaen arc mortgaging 7 t- labor- machinery gether the"Jargerlndu.trial interests) r

theIr homes to buy automobiles.This : longabofit,, one who could be counted on for financial! 4
't tfit Is done to make an appearance 0 Clever 0 Cartoon--In. .the....Now r York-World..- by, IX R. Macaaley.j ; ; need a com- support In this movement and ia the'perfecting ] i N !I;
of wealth' and social position whichto will check 'the of an organization that \

many women seem about all there THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD OWN SHIP ,' and even might really accomplish'. something) : '1'0/,1'/,;.

la of life even It they are. mere to" keep In a tangible way., ,

Imitations. Pl'tt.burg Is not the only to day for ''IBe ,"Just at the moment the plans of'' t .

t place where this ambition Is conspicuous Brlstow, ot Panama Railroad; Advises Pacific Coast Intended to run. committee are culminating III"V t!' ..;
4 and everywhere there are people to the end of the long hoped for combination of Inter- t'
Thinks It Would Be of Advantage In ,
who would rather have eU which will bo absolutely national'' '
an automobile "
Supplies to the Canal. .Criticises Pacific Mall Co. : and then "-
'* In its and will t
than representation
unencumbered undoubtedly -
an home. When'the .
COMONKaSMAN TNO.. GAIL do but te 'wind '
Attempting to Monopolize Railroad. <<** I be heard from In '
club women have reformed this .ys
4 lion Thos. Cale;, who wss elected to which we do
Oongraes from Aliisks, I is well known on sort of thing out of Plttaburg-for, Washington. D. C. .. L. Bristow, "with a view to advising whether I vacationthe State within the' next three .months.] ..
ihe,P crto slope, where be has rmided.Hi of course they are going' to do It- of Kansas, who was appointed a special not the Isthmian Canal ; loafing or play The committee points with pride to' .<,ij"". ,
WaslilnKtoa' axldrow I is 1314:. Oth !UL: we request that they send on their commissioner of the Panama should purchase steamers and r the fact that It has had an approprla-' ...r. "" ,
M, W, WaaElogton, D.'O. recipe;Philadelphia Press; Railroad last August, with Instructions lish a service between Panama 'spring. lion'at Its disposal for some two years -: '." ;
,-.t*.. H'a.lt Ftrttna,Vruy Cn., '.o(umtius, Ohto.O to establish a Government steam States, to be operated' yet wording: ration, but has not utilised It, owingto ; -. J
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.nfl"men; 1. can cheerfully reoemal.ad AN OLD MISTRESS.A ship line between Panama and Pa- with the steamers now running without a break, its desire,to spend no money until :_\ ,
for Peruna ceagka a*and a wry efficientewaedy visitor to one of the stately ancestral cilia Coast ports of the United States, tween New'York and Colon." ., but .1 am con it was sure of the proper policytopursue

1 tvUtt.Dale.. homes of Virginia who was beIng has made 'report to the Secretaryof In his report Mr. Brlstow pay. And I am ( and now has this policy .so '
shown old War in which he says that "the the service of the Pacific Mall
about by colored en
an who
do keep
i. Hon. O. SJemp, Congremiman from Virginta well outlined that within the next
weight of the I I. to .Panama.
argument strongly ship Company
> writ.es: "!have used your Tall&&blel'elDedT talner paused before painting.. I ) doing their work few months"r.ld will undoubtedly
In favor of thIs thinks Government line the progress
establishing a on
perunn with beneficial results, "Exaulslte!" he exclaimed, rapturously - t '
vacation at '
t and oan unheslts-tlngly recommend service. cific coast would be desirable for any be' made. Active work Is ;, a
:your
lp 'remedy a. an invigorating tonic and an "That mutt be an old master Mr. Brlstow. who first came Into transportation of canal supplies end now under way, and the last appro-.
ffecUv.**od permsoient cur for catarrh." Uncle. Nelse shook his head. "No, the public eye as Fourth Assistant materials and canal employes, ought to haVe rlatlonof UOOO.-made by the association r
Man-a-IM the Ideal Lsucatlve.Dhl sub be replied "(ain't ole marster.: Postmaster-General at the time of keeping open and Improving the think that- per some month ago. will, be util I' "
-- -- Date ole 'Wist Is Al'aon."-Youth- the postal, scandals which he Investigated -' mian route of commerce and for too much about lied for'this preliminary, work In .t
for President Roosevelt, had for' the Panama conkT
Companion.The curing cargo
tor'the
junction with like appropriations ol
up year
served under a previous appointmentas .road steamships homeward a
l a special commissioner of the Pan. from Colon.M margin' left over. the Assoclatldh.of Licensed Automo-:
1 very wisest advice: lat whenever a laxative is indicated! Plesennt freight rate and trade existing I Manager Schwerin, of the Pacl ,. people In their Motor Car Manufacturers' Association 'p
4x to UetltU-givmf.the taste, simple l1.Je pure of uerba-aot mild potent and. between United States, South I Mail Steamship Company, as ... for a day's and Uio 'donation) of Individual' '
'f drug American, European and Panaman' plaining against the action of ; of a sudden and manufacturers, most of whom have'
ports. As a result of his Inquiry at United States In permitting the whistle signified their intention to contribute''
Right you are. Alonzo; the fountain that time the Panama Railroad was lines to use the Isthmian liberally. We believe that at last the
a lick of work y'
plays because the water works continued asa commercial ,IIn. under upon the same terms as
automobile interests have identified<:
1 the United States Government, lines. Mr. Brlstow Argues that .
the Panama Railroad Steamship Line the canal when completed Is open ', with many of themselves with the good pads mon* '

1I ECZEMA SEEMED INCURABLE between New York and Colon, was re- the use of all nations on equal .; we want to 'ment In such a way that direct benefit .
tamed and operated by the Government there should bo no and we're will be derived, not within ten years), .
1ir Body was Raw-Discharged from and contracts of an exclusive now against foreign steamships.Mr. New York Sun but within'the' next two years.1Boston '*I' 'I
Hospital as Hopeless-Outlcura character with the Pacific Mall Steamship Brlstow says that to Post -' a
I Remedies Cored. Him. Company were annulled. Un- the service required on the II -- ..
der his second commission Mr. Coast would necessitate the r'M i. i ..
"From the of three months until '
ace tow was Instructed to Investigate; Brl"l of from bit to nine,vessels. Hs are expressions Road Construction
fifteen yean old, my son Owens lift was rlflrally the service rendered by the cost of these vessels We told '
made intolerable In mates Heard from the are all:.about making ma*
by eczema" its wont
.I form. [a spite of treatments'the disease .Pacific Mail' Steamship .company from $3,600,000 to $6,000,000. r'r ., they need In cadam roads In.the latest bulletin 08'

gradually spread until nearly every part ot the Offlce of. Public Roads, Depart. "'

Papa don't forget to buy his body was quite raw. lie need to tear REAR-MURAL{ CAPPS ANSWERS CRITICS{ OF are "hike," ment of Agriculture. The work give .r
,, 'fcwttU of CHENEY'S' EXPECTO'RArfT himself dreadfully in his sleep and- tb. ; ," for a soldier in detail'the best practice In"macad '
"' for little zIrj.n agony be went through .is quite beyond or house-' am road construction: and especially;
your words. The regimental dpatoryronouncd'
"' that followed by the jlfassachusettahighwaycommiselon
at' the Chief of the Bureau Defends the,Freeboard Style ; 0.. for "com
'You' feen' buy It any Drugstore .c..e hopeless. We bad him in hopitals *-. Repair It maynot be "i
.
"D. D. for
four times and h* wa pronounced' In
the Recommends
u.kl1ow'lt falU American'Navy a. Change /
and ) never the "hop" and "hop. 10 generally known at this time that v'
one pf worstcases' ever admitted. ..
town my Croup and Cough. From each h* iris discharged a* Incurable.We o.__ Hoists -Greater Speed Gained in the Dreadnought and ."dancing the word macadam I* derived from/

kept trying"remedy after remedy;but Washington D. C.-RearAdmiralWashington '''board and a low free board, that .," for "civilian John L. Macadam a Scotch'engineer/ .
LPHOZONE CATARRH BALM, had gotten almost put hoping for a cor. Lee Capps, Chief of the tion was Japan. ; for "grocer- who In the early part of the last ceo--.. ;
'n. Orva. AaUaapMe Otterrh Hamexljr.B But month ago wa purchased a set of Bureau of Construction and Repairof He pointed out that Japan had for an ameer fury "invented the process ot road?"'' ,
1lh!WI, .."' 1. t....Ia. oo.p1l..ll\ Outicura Remedies.. The reeult was the Navy Department, made answer lowed the plan of low free making which bears his name.- J.:;*:
cured !
f for
.. 'T.c*: .v.. *..dr* n.l.rra.' a..n.4e marvelous and today h* .is perfectly to the critics of the navy at a while Russian ships had the an easy" jQb The macadam type of road surface .>.,(. -
a&y&ESfc&J 1 I lot..I'*"! M<.1 i I ). .. Lily Hedge, Cambl.well Graen. Eng hearing before the House Committeeon free boards. The Russian ships ; "found. when ing Is connecting'centres'of. populatlon. *-*- a,. ,
? r....1&s a land Jan. .13, 1907." Naval Affairs. To the minds practically now at the bottom of the sea.,. his examina which there '
U tatm.-.'Uf>.. AlMol'UIr k.r il-w on ia a moderate -' 't
.e.pl f. tk. of % of all the member. of the committee Japanese ships are still floating. { a youngster Just '
I n4y r r o rri. '
XZk ;... .UrriB4 r >.:: :. M.IIM .Mt..l* I Amount of travel. It-ls'not an e,-
4>i | I ,- Admiral Capps' statements Since the Russlan Somehow the lacks
average boy a
.i The Hla- Uiwer I.ow Co.> UaltoM, UMt were a complete refutation of the the Japanese have been building have 'multiplied DOtnleal form ot pavf'ment' the, i
.r mania for acquiring good conduct charges which have. been made ships so that tbe free boards are of main! streets cities or large town,. ..... i
marks at' school. against certain features of the construction lower. It had.been ascertained .ry strange and it Is usually too expensive fop

UghtSAWMILLS of.American battleships the Russians, apparently, realizing . country roads other than .the main y, "
t g Ta>ylete Cherokee: R m. lll toward to battle In the Sea ot Is sol
Gum and Mullen Is Nature's great rme or -feeling the going a road. -When the road built of gravel V
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES dy--enres Coughs, Oolde, Croup and Comutaptloa. chronIc and sclentlflo fault-finders, had pumped water between' on guard duty 1 la not quite'sufficient to< resist sue* / r'
sad all throat and lung tronhlxs and discussed the subject of naval architecture decks, and had even loaded coal : *** of appear. .cessfully the, wear and tear of th ,
en S"WSAND: SUPPLIES STEAM ANP At druggist.tt... Mo. and S LOt pet IIot'i.. in a dispassionate way. the staterooms of the officers In to "
orderly
one
w I, f: GASOLINE ENGINES. While be riddled the Reuterdahl ar- to get their ships as close to the traffic 'over It, 'macadnm surfacing
Women with natural curls are apt tide in McClure's Magazine in its as possible, and afford: the least ( robber" la the may usually be substituted for' thei
V'' Sid and Centre general features, still he gave credit' sible taget. expression for gravel with satisfactory results 1 %
Crank to, have a few kinks. In their dispo to certain criticisms made. In partic- American ships, he said, had a Tbe bulletin states that. singularly) %
Atlas sitions. ular he admitted the justice ot' the tle'more free board than'the 8110Ugh,..& the present time the worst!'' v
EnginesLAl17ATTOCKLOMBARD criticism' of the ammunition hoists ese and a little less than the Bank foe ot the macadam road Is, perhaps.; s
He the Dreadnought type rits'
on battleships. advocated a complete ships of.
-- Pile Cored ta e to 14 Days. of public record most ardent advocate-themotosi;
.
change of hoists, and asked for English, In order to get greater '
Paso Ointment CWlraoteed to ear any'of an appropriation. of $175,000 to this having been forced to allow a the. palace and vehicle. The steel wheels of the onV r
f.i.kj, IdIIIt al talW Netts md tee I.., it .IliDCorProtnac1ID' more free board. In which 'it was diary vehicle, grind ott:, sufficient! {
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AUGUSTA, GA. 1.... tees lidsorsormoney refunded. fiOo. end.The Admiral discussed at length .The questions raised In the :; Important legal powder from the stones to serve as m '
,4 the-question of high tree boards and dahl article, he said, had *: Among 'these hinder; replacing the binding mate ' I
w =Thompson's. Eye Water It isn't always 'easy for a tomato.- }low free boarda on battleships. He subjects for argument, dispute official state rial'blown away by the''wind on ."
,
detective to catch a husband. said that the general type of naval troversy and discussion among washed off: by rain.'' But the swlftlyf .
of the .
architecture which ia followed by the architects since the construction moving motor car of the present days '
Construction la the the modern began and, of Egldu at
Board of
When a wise ,'man is too tired to same as navy has '-introduced a' new. problem lnt; :" "
1: think Ill talk Is;lure to sound foolish.Many'selfmade Itch cured in 30 minute l>y Woolford' has been followed since 1889. This less always would do so. There proves '
road mantenanc. 'The large-rubber
.
Sanitary Lotion.. Never fails. :At druggists. style was adopted by Great Britain always, a flght--between 'armor date about 2400
men are hot-air prod. after the subject had been considered and' armament men, between, era, when tires on wheels of small diameter apw ,
tacts. Every dog' has his day-with the thoroughly and exhaustively by-the engineering departments1' and Ur of the Chal- pear to eteit a auction on the blnderV\ 1i':':
# 0__- leading naval architect and experts departments, but the result In. of Ute road, Tho."acuum caused bji nL
exception of the yellow cur. of the country, In fact, of the world.It end had been the construction of In Genesis. We tbe vehicle moving rapidly over the
: {. Tinrrnr YKARS. OF IT. Is the style. generally followed to- eels which present the best for this firm ,road lifts the dust:Into the ,air In*

THIS MAN'S HACK day by England In the building her of naval architects.No being the oldest clouds, and it is blown away Into the1,
4r, A Fearfully Lone ge of Dally PainL ACHED FOR TWO YEARS. biggest ships. nation had followed the T. P.'s Weekly fields. Various substances are beint' y
1 and Misery. He said that If there was one nation style of naval construction. \ f' it t texperimented
with .application to
more than other which by was a distinctive class by Itself
|[L Claries Von Soehnen of SOI A St.. I IColCu Cured'by Mlnard Liniment after all reason -of sea-fighting any experience In general there similarity road, surfaces to lessen or obvta( r'
4 ;. -Wash. says: "For at leastthirty else lard failed' -we want yon adult an1' .r ,
should be able to distinguish between the English, American and .- Have. this evil. Coal tar and oils ;, ;
"' .1.I years I ...uft to send a postal for a the respective 'value ot a high free styles. asphaltic base seem to give tha best, l"-" .,... ,

+ fered with kidney Free Bottle. .- --- --- ---_.- ---- results. In France tar'hai, been u.e4't: I t.
0
1 y troubles, and the at Minard's Liniment Mfg. Co., Dear Sire:- THE CANAL SAFE: IN TIME: OP my wife observed for several years it Is said, most aate/'j: r
+ laid me for know .
let "New
up to
tacky I write you thew few lines yon isfactorily, York WorlU. v,
i days at a time with that I thank you for your sample of :Min\ homes, com y .;tl\tj.
- p, ' pain) In the back and ard's Liniment\ sent me about a week and a Colonel. Goethals. a Report -Wit Washington Say of varied we'lltbcr . '
+ rheumatism... WhenI halt alOI want to tell you that I have Will Not Be Hard to' DeTend. and discrimi Cold ; Prophet.; 'w' ,: '
was up and around bad tbi back ache nearly, two years,'and' that *the families One of the rarest birds'to New\ .
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Washington, D. C.-At the hearing the crippling of the canal by to bet Is here prophesying .
average a'cold/
I. sharp twinge caught could not get anything to cure it until I England ; :
of the Senate Committee on In- armed with dynamite will be '
; -. neanit for, flf tepgyears the frequent looked In the paper and found your advertisement leroceanio Canals,'-Colonel Ooethals provided that armed guards are m coffee. hard winter.. It Is the red polL Only\ :!\;; '
0 ;''pasaar.es of-,,kidney secretions an- ; I had rnt a good deal o! gave aaaurance that the Panama. tithed at-Mlraflores and O.tun. two years In the most severe weather does tb.e'1,, .;
ti ,'inoyed me.' Bui: Dean's KldneTPUI.Ye money and'did''' not get any: satisfaction Canal, when completed would be The Qatun lock Is located seven ; among our- first red-headed bird venture from the try .. 't ..'...- h
IfcAve glvn' me almost entire freedom out of It.. Now I will tell my friends and reasonably. sate from military Invasion from the Atlantic, and the Wo also put in sen lands of the North rod' when he'does .S.,P} /; ?
itom this trouble and I cannot speak neighbor about your great remedy far all and said that the chance. of lock eight miles from the for guests, but it always meant a cold, serene 1'.ro i

too highly.In their praise." ache and,..pains, for I am feeling O. K. around the pan- winter,-Boston Record, ..*: y.:.;,
Soil by all dealers, 60 cents a box. now. Ton can publish my name anywhere Australia's Heat \Va._ Dr.: Fiexner'i Scrum : they were fI .. +..

)"OSter-Milburn,. Co.. Buffalo: t4.Y.. you like and, I will recommend Miaard'f Many Person Prostrated. -'I.'' Oorcs Meningitis used only; 'Nothing 'Doing.- *- : t+

. UD MI\t..;,Yours very truly, Joseph Perry,, .Melbourne. AUltr Ua. -The heat I 'Newport, R.' I.--The' latest 18 I"'had, been mum :
"Please began 1'i
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'' E. J>Providence It. .I., wave In Victoria ia ended coffe: ass ron ; ,
but
'. Women who own:cut rlasi. shouldn't :33 r /bgl left disastrous '' .heroin, appealing tones, as he stoedTat ;4r "
Jan. 7, 1908." 'ft- effects in' Its train;:| peared among the apprentice : constantly .
.. throw 'atones.; ,The above letter is one of many Ulllng ol Vast bush fires raged In many ''parts, ,''at. the'na.1 training station l .all Its relative the kitchen door'on-washday.., .1.' ... ", ,; ,
wonderful curse by Minard'.Liniment, and .destroying hundreds of homesteads hare been treated with,success ; ;" Postum all lost my leg--- % v \>.1\:j ''"t_ i
f', Only Oil'-B-mo Q1a1JIIDr". again offer to send a special bottle :Free and' threatening many townships the new serum the discovery: of have",completely 'Well .I atnt got 'It,- snapped the .J.
we The sufferings of horses' and cattle Flexner, of the Rockefeller. .
list
lit laxative Bromo Qnlixlo Look who send portal to Minard'* LiniDnt wonder 'If woman slamming the 4oor.,1'7 ; "
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"CsrtlierignatBreofK.. W. Grove. UM4 the to havebeen terrible;, and the settlers The case- were those of F V F; s.
i W0U' over to Pan a Cold.One Pay,$so. '. .U4t- Co.. So. Framinghun.: Maes. have lost heavily in live stock.- Over. ford of Charlestown, 111., .nd'R. 'bOd7''t' ; J
ft ':>:' -'- '- ' ' lot deaths from sunstroke have, been ; Holloway: ; 'of Lipton Tenn..,"'new ., m Co.' Battle "."" ..
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ofthe John BtM.wa* a;meat **dt*.. ". *
pre '"Wbltt'a of you H* *onr. .. .. yoasvra In'. aisab-A.
iti ; "E.so-'lmt els. and altogether-exemplary young:>> i I o."h.-ot.. aotaMMOMl
I n ,"N Y s ialr'of man. *When b. 'woood a1lc'' von Susan >!. that set,Is hU wife hrrh c any;

\the 6aPP7Noma: of today l is:> rashrunt SmiUyL, the belie -of 1U.! Milage, e\"o, trouble getUng.hi* life Insured r-St.
erybody" rejoiced ..ti'Jobn'* good' for'* Louis roet-Dlspstoh..
of Information as to the best methodspt'praatoUng tune., However,, he bore his triumph ,

.health:and'happiness' and with modesty and flCGnlln until IT. "

right living and knowledge of the world's day of the wedding. Then for one A B.m-.dy' For neuralgia' .r Fmia'hi.
best"product awful air of the Nerves.
; moment felt aplomb fall*

Product* of ,actual excellence and ..d him. When thi offlclatlng clergyman For neuralgia and sciatica Sloan's,

3 reasonable claims truthfully p..nw a.lIed..WIlI you, John, take thl, Liniment hag no e woman to be thy wedded wife'""John erfully, \ .edatlY :'.lrect 'on the, nerves.
and which, have attained to world-wide responded bluahlngly,' ..yel. please" penetrate. ** ;without rubblrfg and

acceptance through'tbe\ approval( of the' -Harper Weekly., gives Immediate: relief from pain*''

Wen-Informed of the,World; noi of Indi. ." QUlclten the, circulation,,qf. the, blood '

.. virtual*,only, but of the manywho'bavetit rI'l'BSt.[ .Vltu'DUoeX .. and gives a pleasant sensation,, ot Mhstsmd all Mm i II r ....-If
?('or robruary festivities !that Uko I of paste ands tw .t"Ji" > fll"f'OII'PImanentlyoared _.,.. : ,
% 'blacd' baby ribbon. happy of by Dr. Kline'. Great Nerve comfort and warmth. t MACH' /
on or near the fourteenth of tits faculty selecting and obtain '' INERY,
The white Ice Restorer. I uffeled with
cream basketJs made W trial bottle end treatise free "For three years ( ,
v, month, there are this yeur'a host. of |n exactly the same way. with the ing the best the world afford/ Dr.,11. K.Kiln t ArohBt.,Phila., Pe'WASI'ED'TIME. neuralgia\ In the bead : an/d: laws. "AND a u P P LIE *i

charming novelties. The old-fash' substitution of white, paper' for red On of'the product of that class, of write J. P; Hubbard -of Marietta; s., '....seIesefal..oedYeMteeRe.teesa.a.gd' '
nit' fond valentine are of course, out of .w Mill*Mte awe Hula WilltMiiiaf ___ ... slsr;
date tor : and a little pasteboard ,Cupid ,snick (known component part, an Ethical Wasted C.. "and had almoat 418<::14.4, to hays, < $e ,v. *.. ... "..--I."'".
everybody but children yet on the handle In place of the beart remedy,approved by physician and com Oruidma'Have you any three of my ,teeth' pulled, 'wben a WrtictwiTO ___ ._a an..vwet.a k
the sentiment'of the day still lingers and arrow The favor for a valentine mended fume (()dar.: ,MarftretT : friend recommended me to buy, a w a.tee. s. .., -- ee.ea, .. Is 1 1a..r.uta
ra In the hearts and darts and pasteboard dance by tho Woll-Informed of the 'Margaret-Yes, InxUed. 1 played s.7. .
children party or' cotillion ; twenty-are cent bottle of Bloan' Un-
, Cupids ulled'on the new candy- are simply hearts World as a valuable find wholesome family .fancy
paper' Iment. 1 did *o and Operiencsdimmediate ,SPECTACLEWARERS;
boxes. \\Vhat,for instance, could bo fastened on slender ,sticks wound, laxative is the well known Syrup of Fig 'pack of cards. Ldfe. --, relief and I kept on using It .

a prettier remembrance" for any young with paperand decorated with ribbon and Elixir of Senna. To get It.beneficial until the neuralgia! was entirely

+ man ,to give' hi* be.t gtr.or.' evenS streamer The candle shade make effect* always buy' the genuine manufactured That Dry Hacking Coach cured. I will never"be' -without a bob
young woman for whom he had
now a most effective, table decoration. It needs Ask tie of Sloan' Liniments my house
by the California Go attention. )'our,4ruCIIIt
'particular t':Bard but to whose family Fig Syrup *
Is of wblte paper, decorated with and for sale, tor Brown'* Bronchial Troche which again. I u.e It ,also for insect' bite
Io-IIe) was Indebted for Invitation to only; by all leading druggists.
red hearts
and gold and the
arrows,' will quickly relieve the couth., and sore throat, and I can cheerfullyrecommend
qa 'dinner or tea, dance or other function top and bottom of the shade are finished .LQVJI'S: PRETTY PLANS., it to any ,on* who suffer t,. why nay exorbitant
k of the season than one of these price lor glasses.wben .
candy-boxes Two different styles with twist of the paper. touched' ."But can we'live on $1.000 a.year?" One of the London underground from any of the ills which I hays yon fcav ua' tlopp4rtualtytodob.M

.. are shown,on-thU up with gold paint. asked he. railroad pasties 185 feet below the mentioned.** S'
page-one covered St. Valentine's Day,was originallythe "Let'.a"asid; she This the tern Writ. today for
with "Theatre tick- turface. la record for cub ,
bright-red
and decorated .
paper v ,
daydedicated to the Incoming of ear ", ;
A 't-'i' with a big In the centre Cupid himself,' with his of Pan and Juno and the festival flowers a*" much more and bonbons, "Daughter, btfw was It I caught Mr.: ..4 &1& 01.-11118.,
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bow and arrow; the' other simpler which lasted several days, was called say $200. 'Certainly we can do It.'John h Bashful kissing you. 4n the parlor,)last CHAS./A.,GREEN OPTICAL"CD.UJ.8ao .'a
but Just : and save money Into the IJal'o'pln.Kanea. "
a ,effective' covered with "Lupercalla." Tho'early Christian evealngr n.COloVJlBv.. ., ft*:
white crepo paper and decorated with church, desiring to effect a change in City Journal. '-I succeeded In retting him In a '

," a gilt arrow pierced through two this much-abused feast, very adroitly comeri": -Houston FOIL (Ata 'OB) i..
'bearts. 1C these ,boxes are wantedfor reconstituted the'.old' practice of' the
sou re n Ira at luncheon*'or parties lottery o(.lovers' names., In place of The readers of this paper will be pleased to :4y ZrLA.NTfIB, TMA7; 'ttrtls MAKS d $S.v.carti r4
f \they can.('alllly be made at_borne bya the ,names of j real youth and maidens , learn that there is at least one dreaded disease 4y
tbat science ha been able to core in all 1
clever girl for the la I
crepe paper whose appellation, written on'IIUp Ita tbetitoCatalTb. 11 all's Catarrh 1 1V
very simple to manipulate. The hear of paper, ,were drawn by the Our* U t he only positive core now known to d dtYr
I." shaped pasteboard "'boxes _pan' be young people of the time the church ,the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional -.

1 bought ready-made at most stationery substituted the names of the ,saints,, dime UaU'.Qtarrbl.'anitotakllll;requires a constitutional
'' treatment. mter-
!
; stores, and- the heart and arrows cut The Idea had Its own beauty and the nally.acting directly upon the blood andron--
!;' out of red and gold .paper respectively notion dedication! was thus preserved soul surface of the natem,thereby destroy' .fi
declare McCaU'a Magazine. In a more spiritual sense than ing tb.foundation of the dueaae,and giving Jr.ir'91. 7 Cbaarlm atMn' 8ed..9 Eerbo ,
Even easier1 make la' the little In'the old Roman festival. This feast,' the patient strength by building up thAI conUtvtion Wa1t..w'J'J'pe- w i a__ WItuaIaa Statal, a_ t '
and in its
round b'oi shown at' the top of the and not the existence of the real St. work. TIM proprietors aauting; nature have so much doing faith ; I am located on one of the Sea Island of South Carolina, out climate.U mild.

eft-hand !corner. ,.of,this group.: ... Any Valentine, Is' the origin of the gallant in ila curative power that they offer One \ fast sufficient cold to harden and. esuua plants to stand severefreesInn after'.p.ntwtw
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to u.._I ......... I p..._..tI.,.tw+ .i 1u. ., wir.wtia; i.
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cure.. Bend: for hat of testimonials. 'Address Pr1.000. oo.".8IIf .,
w ron VAUNTrne' ...-plw I...- Seed.v ads ee -
t 'Oa'" A Onfd F.J.CKKIIET' *()o..Toledo O. -
irup.t. TC P :m.: ....... Meat -- ;
Hold h 1 7Be. ::11" W. t
+ tLUeM.4f .
/ t c ,Take Hall' Family IMla for.ondlyalioa. More proof that Lydia E.Pink.ham's MV.*Mi,lMiriMi t L L ..... .p..... ..c. 1..s.....I........td+tL L, itf.
VC tabl Comi>ound ave*
woman from surgical operation

NOTHING ,:Mrs. 8. A. Williams" Gardiner,
r* 5K ;*- <* "You look tired." remarked a friend Maine, writes ,A_' PlantsWe

'. to the pretty cloak model who was "I was a great' sufferer from female Cabbage .

I \ showing oft ,the glories of the various troubles, and Lydia K. Pinkham'*Vegetable -
garment* J Compound restored me to health,
'(g+Mtoxeoligt.srrJ/Atitenna u1MDYrooxatm. ;MO KM r CAMDY BOX urw "Yea," answered the latter wearily; In'', three months after' my physician,
'ettea ren umnrauts Oovw+ atvrtkteuPro "mill Is a wearing life."-Baltimore declared that; an operation was absolutely .
NL, A.oswna.raI Atl American. necessary..".< . '
,-* .' Mrs. Alvin.Sperling, of 164 Cley' are prepared to nil orders now with any of the following 'varieties of Cabbage
Plants, these being the best knows reliable varieties. to .xperieneed planters yearly'JOsey
"':<> For JZo bourne".wr.r Ave; Chicago, 111,writes : Wakefleld, Charleston Large Type "ak.iIe'dII4 Benderaoa Boceeaelons. '
from female troubles, a '
and th!.notice the John' A. Saher',Seed tumor and much Inflammation. Two Prices $1.25 per 1,000;; in lots ,of over 5,000 at, $1.0(1( J
Co. la. CroMe, 'V...., in 'order, to gain of the best doctors In Chicago decided '
iAl 250.000'.JIew easterner during 1008 will I that an operation was necessary to saw per l',OOO, and in,lots of 10,000 at 90c per 1,000.,
:"=i mail, yon free, their, great plant,and'seed my life. .Lydia H. Pinkham' getable* 'r
'. ,A nbNtt..' ,catalog together with. Compound entirely cured me withoutan ; Address all Ofdors' to THE MEGGETT PLANT CO., Meggett .S, K;,.
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:k:t-CrttAn 0CMAnwTTr.au' 1 pkg.-Quick Ouick) Carrot..).,.,..$ .10 : operation."
SJt 001r I 1 pkg. Earliest Itipn Cabbage......;,..., ,10
A Mt/dlt CAMDI.swlo 1 y 1 pkg. Earliest KmeraM Cucumber....: .15 FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. SUCCESSION :
1 pkgvLa. Croeae Market Lettuce..x( .15 For thirtyyear Lydia. & Fink- Cbarlestoo rse1
*' round pasteboard. box can be used ai observances of the day; 'tor-It wound 1 pkg.. Early Dinner Onion...;......... .10 ham's Vegetable Compound madefrom'roots LASS E TYPI ?
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J ,, a, foundation for this. 'U,I* covered be ver.bul to say which,of tbe three I pkg.- Strawberry Mo.kmelon..t.. .19 WAL'EFiaDteoMsEarllcet a-EarJIJ t; .i i
the
1 Thirteen ... .. .. and herbs, has been
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and red pkg.; Day Kaduh. > .10.. Fkt.
Christian
t ,with white crepe* paper a big early bishops so named the 1,000; kernel. gloriously beautiful, standard remedy for female ills .., :
heart pasted In the centre. "'It add 14th of February Is Intended 'to com; flower ead.hl..,:.,,,_...,...,.;,..' ',15 and has positively cured thousand er- ''w?sad "'
to the appearance It the edge of the memorate. ,-
j,- box are touched up with a line of gold 'Total'\,..,....................u......'I.00, women who have been troubled with ,.j
Above ito suftlcient seed to bu. displaoements.1nflammatlo ,uloera- CABBAGE : '
35.
grow PLANTS'For'Sale'
Some "
paint a* shown in our illustration. fit. Valentine' "Don'fs. of remit vegetables and thousands of bril tion, fibroid tumors, Irregularities, ,
For: serving refreshment at a valentine Remember that /ou want to enjoy liant ,dowers and all ito mailed to you that bear. 'AM ON MY ;
ANNUAL TOUR
backache .
periodic pains, I ";; th world with any of th* ..- varlettea W
party there is nothing more tbe St... Valentine party)' as well &e, POSTPAID roB Me ing-down feeling flatulency indices- Osn-Alr, Grown Cabfcan Plant *t the foltowlns prices vial .eooto4aoo at $.IJD ftt

f',' effective than heart 'and arrow' Ice your guests; therefore observe these of or Berliner if you send Earliest 16c, we Cauliflower.will add a John package A. tiondlzzines8or nervous, prostration., -.noli promptly Z fDled 11,000'end" *..!...!...KtIon at .1.25J....J--0/..n......,"Alk!?....few. of pricu COc:, P.on o.10,000 AMM,or 00 IML Cull.. All.tan od_ '
,cream or charlotte rusae boxes and Yules Naytna all order.or sissy wW go C.0.Do,, '
vDon't Saber Seed CoLa Crosse,Wis., A. 0. L., Why don'ty'on try It f ..
.. n. the belt thing about t1.eml. that they fret and worry every hour of '

... !, ; can be "so easily and quickly made. tbe preceding day until you are ner- British India h%*.the swiftest rivet women Mrs. Flnkhara to write her Invite for! all advice.sick ADDRESS. L. cox,. ;ESTHELi'S.c: :. ,Bk5x, '

Afi,4 Bay some rather thin bright-red your and sensitive to everything that U the world. The ButJe]. bag a descent She ha guided thousands to
j ., pasteboard at'a stationery. store and ,. . -
a 7 goes wl'ong.L ?of '12,000 feet In" ICO>>,mile health. Address' Lynn Mas
; "" ::::;. also'a sbeet of 'white. pasteboard. Don't rush your tames too close on t'' r '
r. Then get some of tbe ordinary pleated each other's heeLs Young people'like t
)ICrs.Winslow'feSoothlng:
",t paper cases that are used for charlotte to talk. toethlny.softenatheguni Byrapfor,reaneeslnnainma.tion : Ohfldrei. /PAIIM\

; rUII... ,blsqult glace eta _JAn Don't'seem'to be making an effort', ,allays_paJn.cores wind colic,2IIc a bottto ,
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t, 'arrow 1* cut out of the white paste to entertain tbem.at 'every 'moment., : i''
j ; board;/ p.llJted 'gold or covered with' Suggest the games when the,talking ,,In Cincinnati a man recently took.. MBVflMfe. ftc I.Johnson's gn.tseta..y / I /

gilt paper and pasted across'the large I grow a little leas spirited. seventeen wives' In'ODe, daylI.'e' a' t, AT ALL ''

?: ,,'. '! heart that ba* just been cut from the' photographer.CAPUDINE; IRICca' roll tvcNyMtMSCN6PTNCAMILy r ;

t.: 'red,pasteboard.' ;A: circle Is then cut That,,Little Valentine Boy: : 'f MIN *OV*.WOMEN Ml.**!. AND Ct'ILDISVL's t(

Ift.: Fall of the beart.,through arrow and :Ill*, other name t*'Cupid.: That 1* : Ao4YIOiniment r ---:' ::'t3 r& 's, .

J' :; tbe Ice cream box Inserted In the what the old Roman called' him,: ? .. .,,...=;=
{ opening and! held In place with a little He had ctlll another name given him M... ,.., r .. .., rbr fa.lrsw ,

J wo 0,paste.. by the early Greeks, Bros.! But what 'CURES _$r.. -e ale...': fn..W"'=rw..rp i.BsTAau1Nnn.11:0. ...-. -- ..,.. ..., ( Pj-
baskets'' he : ,..,,,....., ,..., . '
.... 'The paper' can be 'even ever may be ca1lJCI.- is the same sRiP ffi.'e: \ ., -
more "QUickJy':made, the ,foundation jolly little sprite tbat you paint, draw: ,' COLDS ANI J1 tile.:'Jo ls""wn__.... jQ.......' L D tt and t6 flat Ellp 11I011 them'b FgEtAw AI All Prlol ,,! S 1E
a..aeerr. a" ......... .1_ I.- .. CIO., ....... r.N., < '
'being the same sort'of pleated paper or :paste onyourvalenUnes'as' \ the ;:-. .... w aM M.1NIM..r.u.a.:1.: q: E-n.'ti. ;p',
r '; case.;In making tbe red paper basket, love ,fairy.He .. ,. _. -, ,- -, -. --. -
rrY:> ,this t* Chen a. handle formed ,ofvjrlre ,:_ look yery j'barml... with' hi., r<

: ',' .. with: red .crepe paper' twisted chubby-baby cheek and ,his loving at'

f\:. r\ f around It.and :a heart and arrow e8.JJut_ ,look at htm closely .and ..
iit"\ pasted at tbe top.' The paper Itself you will nod In those eye sparks. of , -

fi..:,.,t;?< :1* simply'covered 'with a frill of ,red mischief glinting, through the love, "
if! :,: ,,paper. beld In place by Just'a touchy like polnU of.mica In a. quarts rock.. : J! '

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irsvthat t".arc tip 'to;butt: OUICItSUfa. FQH PAM -T1JK3I I ?
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<\ Every grain plump and heavy and rich. DBAUERS OR.-BY' 4AlLiO RECEIPT OP '.... .1$ POTAGR i
Frequently It', .Happen 'ibatt','the I !Sbnkeopeare'a. tlm*'there wa i, -That Is' the a'wom substitute' for' and superior to mtutard or any *ta*>r plssle*. aad will. .... *
m odernvalentln.ls tent hymen a* an ractlce' or greeting1 the person met "' common .record, when : ,soil, .blister..*'most delicate. dn.' The palo-eJlajrtaig*ad'.ntratv. s.aKUes.(lk* 'v 'i
',Expression: courtesy or to show'ap- by saying,'rQood morntpg;' -Us Val Js ,properly atVitb' article are wonderful. It will stop the toothaok atao*, and reBev H....." f t ';
preciation' of It04lal'1afor..recelvecL; entlne's Day.* and the one who mad ,ache sad Sciatica. We teeommead It a*the beat aad .......*teraal cus.:.. ; .c
2 r Tor ,this. purpose a' pot of crowing the*salutation first 'was entitled to Irritant known, also .* external1".l'Aeel"or pains to the *haa* and s+oroaxiai .. I
fi" r' flowers,' a,, daintily bound volume, present. ;Attbis time the element 01: POTASHLet and all Rheumatic, Natiralrlo and Gouty eomplatats A trial wfjl pr v* .....' awe
claim for It, and It will lie found to be Invaluable la '
'r' 'of slaced: or tropical fruit, or c ol e'appeara tohave; Joined,forcerIth the hcaisfcsilsa* tot? '
.basket MId> D., Once used no family will be wtthovt ,Many 'fit t
MoplFaay If4 J
,1' S la elaborate receptacles '.of chanc; ;'Tor It I* wr'uteo' that : i.
the best of all your preparations.! Accept so) preparaiioa of vaaaas* sates '...
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s;. .Jesus,' porcelain or 'Ar'lItal" ,,are all diver* young person contrived to accidentally II'eDc you per' Free Booklet, "fta i fffJ. It I fa a dentine dJscotJoo the same cants our label, a*etherwU,It U bet genuine. II'> VA I a
# token.:V> most women,'.who see each other before they of the agricultural: probteaa, and 1* blr simple'and It '' v
f ,"eloom* fief practical. Geed r*.r address anel w*'WI" mall ..? Va-.lwee .....i.. ..........&' r h
w gracefully""ttccep lhem'::In Ibe same. anybodrel9 on ,tb* mornlntot, will show you bow to 'double the value of. a YVriMfcrittoJay, AddrusOBRMAN >nr __)u..>. w...... wll.I.teet "..., -. .

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WRITTIBRf:' one had not approached the subject as ,

FROM yet ao shine up,ve beaus., : The door c. ,.. CASONrreeldeat. k.! 'Joint M. tee, \N. B.: C*....., :

tenet lockedr knock...ud it shall be VI o>Preel
; ,.v.'o.rl.a, opened! unto',youstele; :, and 'ye' shell.. 'i "" "1

"., ," .*>..., ...'....,..r.., s....0.......we: 'find:'tlte., ..... John. and. beau Drawdy State; ,Bank of- ',KisslMitnee.Kiaslmmee. . February .13 '

', left. for Klsslmroed on Wednesday last i .
Back a* the bid stand with the Ffa. .

r 'heartY'ct>riar tul.llon' of our citi eD' oq official visited business.We Mr,. John Thompson _. -4 r t ,a

frvteh' Io'mk)' 4, will turn the point of (lommle) last week. and found tbe PAID UP CAPITAL.:: ...... . ... j 80 000'00. r' h-

,ourpencil" 'IK"r'ard.and, flv. cure gentleman. In good spVrlts. lie had ;ATOCKHOLDBR9 tIABILITV., ._ .. ....... 80 OOO 00 It
ne'w. thrown away his crut.lb'.nd looked
(('fied' Valley OallMW the
DEPOSITOR61CURITY00000'00::
had ,
I like sound than we
more a man
'Itemsfrom this section .... ..
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ever seen him before.O. .. ,
1'oliUoc are ,sssuiulnp position In : I, C, has not visited Bull Creek Prompt a.d Cer.,.. Attantloa ,&".. 10 aM matters ..- f'.1 lFe A. '

which bid fair to abo'' since his return but reports Indicate trusted to star Hlte....|... good at; sill. pela-ts at <<;::11_..... ED V. PRICE &t GO'S'repYesentatlya -
our community OVtI
that all Is well with them, and that rates. ,I., ,
_ H orb all other! question.. A wet and Henry.Savave'and his esteemed lady YOUR BUSINESS 8OLICITKU. i will be with lit '
on -
dry petition has been circulated nod were making preparations to attend ,

_ !the feellrurs of our cittxens were COP* the Simmons picnic Rev Alderman . p that day to show the handsomest '
with them for several days teach .
Vectlv expressed when C. S, was asked was '
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: the children how to destroy the kingdotn lint of Woolens, for'' 'DfWn
lstgq.. .and made the reply, "Yet, of the evil one. r

put me oo the wet. side *' i. Our school Is progressing. Prof. i !f j made Spring J
o measure
i Uubbapil la preparing his 'pupils for NOTICE.,
?
pur sawmill) ,.. a hard. time manufacturing II' IEf 1 '
NUBIAN
: their annual examination. We have 4 t ;
Unit. At Clothing for Men of fared , RhBe
plank. h was pur questioned some of tbe the rerular. meeUna-the Board of tJouflCommlaalo. : evar. '

?based by. H. H. Kerljo and Henry W.' oloselv. and find them more thorough .....of Oaceola County. Florida held 41 i slmm&e.I and in an
in KI Fit
on the 4th,day of ,
that. which February A. D. 100H. the fol. .
Savage '1'helaLC.er.uon Bold to lliofciruH'taod In the knowledge' they orielahoy
Ins named peraona were apnolnted to a...aaInvpectori
been than pupils
have we
over any
It-was fun for some time which and Clerks Election In the variouielection 7 Workmanship OuaJanteed: '
had previously questioned, ,. 1'neon
ter
but when the . dlatriota at election to be held la raid I .
by"that gentleman, IIpect leads us to consider the professor an an ? jI-, <. ,
loomed the Prof. Alderman 'ounlyon\ thaoth'day of March. A. D. WM to u ,
for making( jjp.in able Instructor. appears Keeps ; J,11ans
decide whether the sale of
IntoxicaUns Hquora, ,
to be a general favorite and the
V
distance said mill was leaved or ,
f school has been a credit to both teach wince or beer shall be prohibited In 'sand County, N6t: the Cheapest but .
tinted to .MellI'''. John Owens and Lafayette to-win You WelL
ers.
Fertlo, wbo Intend moving- It Williams Election District Xo. 1. 'KI..lmm. .- l.' M 1 ', the Best." ale
Mr. Joe obtained a a
1 sup Pfann. C. E.'Y9W.II.' R. T, Butter.. '_ inter
about from one locality. 10 another ... ply of merchandise sent from Klsslovwee W.B.Johnaton. clerk..KlecUonDistrict 'tore;; I II : : sod

financial Hairs '''dictate. Meanwhile by water a saving lu wagon . No.t 8h l\l'le.-I..'H.8...".... '" j R ,13rol

Democratic rooster U rejoicing1 transportation of about /sixty miles on Jr.. K. N Ills) YY ,
l our Overetmt, O. C. Bronaon. Inepeetorai-I an 9y E ,.
over what he considers a arreat'victor, the round trip. .V F. H.Tins cl...... i JJ ;
Prof. Alderman appears In a newrole.
lection: DUtrlct No.Horace.. K. .Hmvn.. I. ff\\ ft
his shrill notes have Ideal
believlagthsl Ue 'discovered l Ha turd ay
was M,' .tenlor ........ loh.Ipeetoral' D. Y. 4.f6aarNi ( \ ah.1alter
been the cause of' Us misfortunes. morning driving one of the Emporium lohnaon ol.tk.El.ctlon. .

Whittier ewaini) Is. ''.h 10St: dry nod teams completing the circuit and, making all- Dlatrlct.Ne. 4.-W W..,ky.. "'.- H. i : Remedy the br.
him of the most useful' A
one Mann. T. N.Fair.Ineoeetorai H. C.Avant.clerk. iIs! (3.on .
the .tadpole Community are Vapidly around hands In the county. .
r.leetlorl District No.8.-W. A. Eubenka. A. W. ;, th
departing for other waters, so our no Cur county commissioners appearto Crosby, W. R,Net'tioa. Inapectoraj: YounaTtndall.. -N Conslipa-: K ,AT zAtlantic tretauurer
be ellll fighting against fate but It .
ble chanticleer has. a certain amount. clerk. < IR/4 AIMeM.I .
of sorrow mixed with Mil rejoicing. will be a desperate battle'with crownstheir a well. Election District No.' ':-H.. H.:Sot '". /. M. I TMV.I lion v tit t (S.amfukd

The ...apld1IDcreutna- trade at. the'Emporium effort won victory'A hint it-success. In time may save* live, Tumblln Montad'eca,co.,...Solomon.... Rauleraon' -, Inapeataraj;J. B. I row 1eIUDNEYS wedof t

i !: Indicates' that hard ,times so look'well" to your laurels,.ray dear Election District No. T.-W., P. Underbill O. norrneontatsmo Indigestion rrad

is simply fto old song that has no friends. W. Walker. James A. nas
4 Sickness lu our community Is con ClemenU. Inapeetor.. R. H. Coast Line-I I 'k
: Whittier bank.In Alderman clerk.. fe
reality. in present day lined principally to the children, otherwise Biliousness'.an '
Election Dtatrlct No.' B.-J. E.: E..II'". N. 0, ;
3 what eminent
an
our .people are 110mis
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TlndalL A.C. Base Inapectora; F W.BUI. 01...,
Our friend Floyd,.of'PeirhOrn, has physician once termed distressingly. testimony whereof I have. bereunta set rny L ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED
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(healthy
shown disposition to resume trade hand and affixed them
no the
official' ml t of the said Boardof
Another showman Is about to make wk
sit this point. W\I suppose' ; he' slmnly.l] County. L'ommUatonera. at Klaahnmeo. in the "New York niui worker
but the last ,
his
appearances among us, County aforeeaid this ........ .... wrnonce Dyspepsia Special"HD uary Irto
Intends to hold properlv'purcliancc knot was such a hard one, and Christmas day of L:: ,. A. D.ltoa tatwtra nt-utxtte y p p ', ':4:1:,: Ptdown
.B. !: "
>, ,fiir a change conditions.The being a thing of the past, deponent Clerk,of th.Cirnutt Court LESLEY.In and for' c.tY.wn .vnr, r ..' ," ,,<,.1'. '
will be
savHh. not what success '
Drawdys' have sold a tiuinber of! made. the Count* of Oaoeola.State. of "Chicago and Florida Limited" ..0 ;
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bas beef been cattle,jnade'of which' Ii' the any only,*trnportance.surl deal thai this So week mauy: that of our Item!people gathering are Is abroad slow. (tSeal] Florida Mid Board. County.Statement.of and CountyXoRimlaeiomraof. .ex-OfflcioCUrk. ; of the :I It, Howels Is good] and for l th Bloo.l.. Llrrr, Kidneys, Ktuiu.ach "* Solid Vestibule Trains.' 'Steam Heated and Electric 'Llfhted; ', :.'" ..,-I :f"t v ,.,! stare lid ton Ii r

the'pre.eDt Bo It you will excuse-lht", "-short notice II II tabs Dining Cars, spbe
9 1r season. time. -.- -I the ]"laCOl'of calomel and luarrtno g;
will do better or worse, next lad 1
; Mr. John Qwens killed a tiger cal (O. I. C after effects. .
llis, needed l in the, ; -ALSO-- avuary
: St.rlnif Bummer :
that measured five feet In length. It .
----- -,----- F.lland Winter, by Men, Wromen.snd

bad been the cause of cnn.idersble'. Don't Put Off. Made vnder Section W.: Chapter. WMW' Laws of Cliildren.Itisezlremelr. "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO THE da rot
rTorkla ahowlni the amount of taxee charted I level
trouble in !the neighborhood. psl.tftlol.-enn cMMrn
sometime to the Tarn Collector .
of o.o.oIa A N D
Until what do County. -
tomorrow can
you ,
That gentleman. ran it some( Florida to be collected for the current year like I It, Buy bottle (rumRoberson's . eve e
( today. If you are suffering: from 1907.and the aoporUonment of the same to "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS. EAST found
distance with( his dojr": They treed torpid liver 4t1' constipation, don't the aeveral. fund for which taxee. have, been q

the animal'aod'when John approached wait until tomorrow to get help. lerled: Pharmacy < ould e ensibl
Dralruure Tax .. . ..I 1161 4OStatavTax ;
c it ,U was ipaklng' faces at the dogs,, Buy a bottle of Uerblne and Idyt arme. 1163 n. lAfC-.S-l- ."DIXIE FLYER', andW113 Tom; '

iJJuckshot that liver working right. Prompt'' Amount Collected .. . Hitf M KISSIMMEB. FLA.Benedicta. bridge
,:] 'the
soon settled matter,, Balance to be collected.\ . SHIM ?iSJ T I "MONTGOMERY
about health saves sick O ROUTE" at msod
nell many
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Tiowever.; A bulldog owned by the spells. "Mrs. Ida Oresham Point, APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTy FUNDS. ---- -- -- ,---- - i r

kenllemaq In question Belied the animal Tex. writes:' I. used Heroine In DM O.1tennue Fund. 4218 W
Amount Collected. .... 4Sfi Itt Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to New YorkChicago'St1..
1 by the throat the moment U. family for six years .and BindIt: does Balance ......... .,, .. .. "WHS Atlantand Points. a' d
reached the. orroucd and all It claims to da." Sold by .Ilober County RoadTe -* / ; Intermediate . fite (astrain.
soon deprivedIt '
amount 67efl 07 .- ",
son' Pharmacy', ;, AmenalColletd ,.... .. 17'.12- .
of what life remained.. It was said OlNINcai
. PULLMAN OAft. andlFun
BaIaftM to be ooUeoted MOT! .IIS BHPSV/OSe IIY i
1&be the largest catamount ever seen Wanted. County S1aIT. r "A WOMAN'S MCDIONE" f'f? .. -
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In this section. .amount a.....d.. . . 1 less 62Amount For tickets. reservations or Information call on nearest Atlantic I. : Col
Live Sandhill Cranes, Otters,:Wood Collrtd.A.. . 1S4 68 Coast .'.
Line or' lloerlitheri i
f, 1 k :The oranges" on the Draw School FundAmount
General -
have not yet. been disposed of. prices paid.. Dr Cecil French; Naturalist Aeaeaaed .. .. .. IOMO 78VmoimtCollected ''r:, W. CARR. T..P. A. TAMPA, fLA. ,.J. O. KIKKtiAND.'D.
P. A ; Ra.nr.
D. C. oct. 25 7ra.Special '. .. ... :.. . 121S WKaUnoetobaoollectad. YOU SUrrEB the IIU of woanhooS .
Washington. .
'The fruit ;
has been reduced to so low 1\ .
afigure C WHITE O P..Ao WIL.MINOTOM N. .
\ ., ... 9314,. M 1 DO C, W.J. CR Ata,.PlT. M. ,w= .,
In our markets that the Pair r Poll T.- aa ao .women do suffer rpo post ,.
,. . want to .et wall without the '*
I Amount Aaaaaaad ..< 401 (lit neoaaaltj :
,. ,,evrohhas,,.! 'believe, decided. not to Rates Florida State fair, Amount Collected. .... . SO 00 of parrffnl nmlnsttons ana mbexrraajlna
.eel!.' ; Tampa. balance to be collected... Ml US I ISubSchool oonsaltktfon.p Do .
Plowing U 60""going on with con: >let. No. 2- FOG want to takeramaay a BARGAINS: AT CASH STORE i
e Atlantic Coast Line will sell ticketsto To amount aaaeaaed. 157sAmount right Into your'home and cure :
elderable aot.lvlt The
t ,. warm winter ollecUd. .-.. .;'J!* 07 rouneirr ,
.h... inclined our'people to the belief Tampa account Florida State Fairat Balance to be collected-\\ ... . 171 S& > ty.
that rate of one fare plus 75 cents for .8ub.SchoolDiat.No. 1- .. K fBENEDICTA ) ... ', ,.1' tb
be ". ,
aa early corn crop can de !
tbe round trip including admission To amount........ .. .. ..: 81>4 $6 '
Pictures and
depended upon and empty.cribs pointto Tickets Amount Collected ...,.. ...." fH St! ,. 'Is "Woman's1 Caliootboperyd. Picture Frames, 2So.a'S.{ \n r h
will
to Fair grounds. a Medicine A .
w north that...MoeMriy.. aorthweat.'The. make farmers the ot' ,the ticket be on sale February 3, 4, 8, 0. 7. 10. Balnoetebeeoll.eted. Diat ,. J.o,:'fc'''.'*->" C SUB SBuhwSchool a sibrilolaa who ..... tha stadrof prescriptionof FeJisl Wtilte Lawn, 40 in. wide, ISo per>d. to.aile ,. ,';JI, } niton.f

_ the southern farmer buys it and corn the 11, 13'14. 17, 18, 20, 21 for all train To Amount am.untas.ss Collected.% .r..I.\.7.1 JiVWra.iKJjkia SO* H 7 ;*,. .,"Sl ; lM &... his specialty' It was used Lace, 5J in. "fde. .worth! 20c,, sells ;. Spool Thread at 4dj:: : "!f .
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__ :peculator ,and distiller make. what scheduled to arrive in Tampa before Balance to be collected':?.. ...... ;:" .. 86B. luceessfollrbrnlm In his praatloa. It baa 15c. *' : L.diee'UoionSuita.E'/1.00.: 1 y +
of February 22. All ticket\ will been used thousands of .& .
there is in it;, Oaceola county.-could. : noon .L. LESLEY. MMOeasfuIIr br paste .
It
make her'own supply if her farmers be limited to return February 24th.. disk Circuit Court Oaceola1.County. woman during tba many years sins trorresclT Cavssimere worth 12.eU/() : .;. 3u

bad energy-enough to cultivate!, ,the For further Information call on ticket Florida. physicians bar also toood It a ral- at $1.75. ,Good Door, Lock,with two keys 20o.Kica M .,", De,

fslaodst, Our greatest. enemy' Is Indo agent or write ;J. KIrlclaud J.Notice'of Plvls- By ARTHUR B. DONEGAN. D.C. Cable .tantwb.D tbejr desired to troldin Suits Clothes worth I1f" "
lence. '' It has shaclsied our people Ion Passenger Agent Tampa. __I operation.. Pin,Strip"Pants, worth' tl.KO, sell at at '10, : :

,until.the old ret's description of Pov .1.11.00. Ooe-Rallon Coltee Pots go at 150. '
_ :arty Bill fits Very mao of. our beat Citation of ''Admlt lstrallon. J BCNCDICTAIS ;'Jas.ns, Pants' worth 11. ,5, soil\, at f ."'''' Oolle

,f arms. People would rather pay $2.33 Election. In County' .:roo..'. By the County ledge a vegetable remedy It'I.mad fromroots $11.25. New Dress Goods,, from,,15 ,to 25c. red'wly

per owt. than obey the sweat of ,the Wh_a i written application wa praeented Oaoaola County. Court i of Mid County herbs and barks known to' possess '. oram

1. ,-'face, command, and thus become'' easy to the Board of County Commlaelonen of Oaeeola Whereaa, Walter Baaa.Sri.. has. applied. to this properties which have a wonderful curative Ton" will find &

pre for'those who buy and sell with (!ounty.Florida, at the ......lar aneetlns; of aald Court for Letter of AdmlnUtratlon on the and tome effect upon the female organi andner.oua Bargains in Shoes ,> of co0usev

.. {out ever seeing tbe cereal .ihey are Board held en the and day of February. 100M. aak- tau of Time But, deeeaaed. late of Mid county system. Without' mentioning th* ,

f peculating uoonCsttle Inafor ,,an i election la ..... Vaunt to decide of 0.-... .many. foranaof female troubles that women Every Day in the Week. with It r
suffer.ws that there Is no trouble of this
on our ranires appear to be whether the aale of Intoxteatinr. Hquora wine Those are. therefore, to cite and admonlati all say I' followsmtac
'doing! remarkably well for this kind tbat Sa4lota' will not Immediately relieve
""i season and bear shall be prohibited la said. county which and singular the kindred. and, creditor. of aalddeeeaaed. -
.' ,. of the year. VerY few deaths reported> ,and finally cur
ltv!tIt. application warn alaned by more than one-fourth to be and appear'before this Court on f tof BAiji
r from po,ertyv of the ravtaterad voter of .uM. county! andwheraa or before the Bt say:ot February.A. D. ISW.and BENEDICTA
FLORIDA GA
: .On our route from Pegborn Whit INE >
to *
flic objo-rttona. If .
: i It appeared te aald Board that: no auchelection any they hare to the cranUnaMtera
-".4.tler'" we found In many localities thatwoode had been eeUad In aid county within the aa aforesaid otherwise the aame will be It prepared carefully and scientifically, and] I.snkqmV

\ burning bad commenced.t" put two..t and w........ on the

,;Two ,weeks more will decide the February, !008, Jh) ../d Bo..... accordance Wltnoaa my name aa County Judge of the siring to .utre"". women a ....e4J'that
: v Question of a freene this winter and as with aalcI.ppll..tion.did ordor that an election ( entity aforeaaid,this. Tth day of January.: 1908, wlH not only be beneficial,but also harmlMs .

we approach tbe consider W. a. JOHNS rON. in sff acts, nornattdrwhat may be the oon< I y" 1 :oao< '
said. County of Oeoeola Monday, the
exaperrtenoed tie held In on +
-hle ,, r. 1
jjj anxiety la | by thoseHpMho r + days
.( y I
(3.alJ. dltlon of the
5th day of March. A- D. ,IIOA! ,' to decide whether County Judte.Notice woman taking / e -

''T..toe worst always I. take yet to U come.for granted. thai. the ale of latoxlcatlns; llquorai wine or beer -. .: It |.i sold at"$1.00, per bout',,bT fRoberson's. //e + . lie, 1yang
l .t.1
4 shell be prohibited In aaid. county:and did further % """
...
hi. almost" lime for the candidates oi Dissolution.The a -.; xvIrrigation: \
...Clerk oj eald. Board do live at issue .
order that a.
to tell us.how.vniestly. their friends Pharmacy Inri ati u...
thirty daoa' notice of said election by, publishing and Requusitepown' . .
V l have solicited' IHiai to throw down the partnerahlp\ heretofore exbtlns betweenSmith
: glove and become champions the the aame la one newapaoer> In each, and ererytown *Smith In the Urery Stable buameee haathla ..1ied

people's rights. ., la said county, If a _.pa_-or aewapa- day been d............ by"mutual_&. F. M. .. *> KISSIAtMBG. FLA.J.HREDDITT. : flab
.. :
....._ U
then
be published la .ty.and none
+ \ :: Our rifle brigade and ah'oiRua dlvi* pen Smith wlthdrawlnc. The bualneM will be cen'tlnuedbyS of prt
'w100 baring run most of the deer from by paling at test tea written notieee of aaidalactioo L. Smith who will collect all ._ "i '* KlsaimBono

? the range are aboo"to disband and la the molt pnblie'place' In ask. County. oountaand aettte all clalma acalnet the Rrra.Thla .. J- Is'o,! of. 'tins moat iui]>ortant In 'i
Florida.
subjects
b. .the field will be one of which ahall be at the.t bug.Now. February Hth. !ab ",
I teams soon In order 1 ; The 11loilemen
;
I. Tbe Motel de Deulah U soon to.be .therefor*. I. E.L.Lealey, aa Clerk of the "' F. I(.ilMITJ{(. cart' of nialiliiij.orli! J Linda pnxlurc 18 w .mall compared :
; Circuit Court la and for..... County and a* en" 11 : to Uie grant results that ...
;,- enlarged.: Its' future capacity, it I.f I. 42L S. U SMITH. Irrigation plants are within ; Sr.
; $ estimatedKwll| be about 60 guentsr If Offlcto Clerk of said. Board do hereby rive notice.proclaim ''I 'the rcMcli of.ever}' fit rfuer. ,:, >

", our northern tourists could fully appreclat.the and declare that aq alectioa will be held It hen know law of e ..\ to'a
ncre arid land
; la the County of Oeoeola. State'of FlorIda. onMonday Notice.To puny! j-ou have, and we wlllf .
beauty'of our. surround* /
,the Mi day of March. At O. WO* for the ii furnish plans nUodylnB( the i.eo. 's ary requirements' for making
would certainly their
logs they >spend your'r
. .... all whom. It may oonoerni land '
purpoaa of decldlar. whether the of Intokl.satin .productive We have the exact ':' ::
: SDMatlme and d Imeeamong our peo3lPCen plant you 'need. and we believe ,
Notice la hereby given that wife Annie. a .
Hatter wine or'beer skull he prohibited my " .wlthdtes
ecUnvite
an from us will .
hove ;
.:' la and. County; Oeoeola. ,Jordan and I are not lrrn*. together, and I-wUI 'you money .: .Jfc .,
Arch It said 1s again We also Marine
'. .rOieWrcauntr merchants.is Well one I. taatlmony whereof I nave hereunto set'my., not be responsible. la the future for any eUbta thai .'sell Enf-. Motor Boat Supplies, Pipes. '"t"1Gas *- :, .r: ::1\, ofIn

r people wish him success in his under, our hand and affixed the e6V>!al ....of the sail.. Board ah*may contract" or for any contract. that eke- : etc.}: Write for beautiful.. Illustrated catalog No.24. ? j full

.... of County Com.sMsbuta at Klaelmmee' ht the stymake :" j" ,
.taking.You had better come back : :
'. ...... ,Thla February k6. 1908.vI a att
4th of F. .A. D.
4. Wbhtier' brother. Changes will County afereaald. thla day .' s Y i .

1 rhe.to made which will suit! you. !..... 4 L LlCBLEY. .' : Florida Engine ,and ,Supply .Co. ) ..:;t+ X.
Clerk) ,, of Lb. Circuit Coart ta .a.ndf e' ", ); .... 11..
TAMPA oRmAa
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<< at orals State'ofISeall' 'r. .
tbe bead center of railroad's magnate.Indicates or the County " ; ( CrIt
l' Florida. and .*- lftole dork of theBoard TILLER" :
: that we are at' last reoognlzed ) :M. "", ,
of Ooanty Coaualaeloaer. *faaUCetwrr. .
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_ and that a special line Istofbe' '- b ,nl

,benefit o established! our county, ,for ,commissioner the exclusive, . = Real, Estate ,Agency.! S. ...J'S'WIELER| : .A tb.:( : T ..:t'. .t.tIJ .1st at ac

and such of his associates as mar be Notice for Settlement and Final WATCH REP IRBR. I 'IT .KHJIBBSIin ; M. WitLSrjN l
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inclined to accompany him 'In 'their. Discharge.: = ., ,' with

own Old.conveyances.Probabilities has- .secretly U Ketlee la batiir s
1 farms Madam Rumor that our friend sari that ate monthsaa file date I w4 ....... .House rented. .OldWatobs; &taten.as.PartPaj., C _'\ STAtx. -'AT LARGE I'I'1' ?:-) ' .. Damp

..L" .. eo..aaed0 "Miss."M,", ,and ny acnante aad veooaers te tbe Ouaty s....... Taxes' paid and Titles verified \. .Office the Court 'House-KUaimmee . ,' ' :.it'/! en llf
Ones. Real Estate "
heCeaatyef ....-aad saw-Florida at bla .went on.New .. Agent. ', #* the1A
&11.. wedding I'- to be the re j for non-residents.' Florida. v :f., : i
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I-, colt beef the wet and dry election Mar la rUtlmana Ctty oraailnarfcm. ana e* Fire.Life and Accident Insurance. .5 . klSSIMMEEi .- FLORIDAUsi'oi4 : apd ftUnder
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tft, '*O" If at present within the sa- With will be associated la the >
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; precincts : trlat'ofJoauseu' the lajrflrm; of
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