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 14, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00320
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L Y':MEETING J I W ft8 R Vfalk.rToom Godwin lt." aomMlaad and and mUMm mitawT./. nllMn.; .. el 10 i J OO 0 OO* Ry".coMMifTif: ; :: ..Joins.'.Carer I{Jarkaon.Smith Quinn Tl W .. .c' '; N': '. ' V .< V n. ''<''' I, ' :', I'- ;;.: _ti

auNTYSOLONS. wit K LoiUar.)o6a.tq.. I\deeCountyQomt ... MOO .t..o1a._Malony...he d.Zaek....I ,' J ",
; L clerk and auditor lit M ,", .
nt\ D H Mrown, janitor. .. lets I ,APPEALS: TO t'ampbeVi... AoeCaratharr.. '('.''\(.;,'' \ ,:1' 'j'10 r" .
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KtealmmM Tatopboa. Co ....t> phon. 1 i ? \ ;
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i' P A VaniAaiww.ltiinlMrrlooa .... .. 80 h ohn A WU'j j 1 [, ...
and "Wet"
.'. pr 5 W M W........ ......jail., '' . It Hi Henry W. Gradx's 'famous tbe (board' .. :". '

"., Bedion CaNed' farm n -aad M OS honse" notify supervisor In-I' ." ::1" ., ..I
for Speech Quoted .
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'' TM Itl....... .. D.trip to poor farm. . .750' ? next meeting ". ,;p; e ,, ... t' j ,, \I{ '
MardI' 9th. Mra M B OUbort.' emu a* trroaurar.. ... S-i;: tot 'Their Consideration. day ,:. ." fv
t A' S. Stratton, sec -- "

;klsslnnue Fla., +'eb..6,. 1908.i COTIner.Uon. ,-. N33H The "Orv" Campaign Co board took a ..,'.. ; t ,,' J t ,

i Board of County Commission Klaatmmee Lumb.rumb.c" .ro.d. .jt.. 8IIi ISO\ has been malllntr put ..10.-'the. } vs.; Tuesday, Feb ". '. \ rLo: .
M4 ,for Osceola 'county' State Watern*; Canon Gro" Co feed. mulea.. . M e6 this week, .the following appeal )
1*, met in regular session oa J W Oliver. MirvoyidB". COO tbflr" Sunport in the ? Fa.] Feb..4. 1008. T, 'o?'.' .
GeoWOveretmat. roll
road work
ve 4ate. there, being present IJDann. blackaml .. ., . ..e 1 rt fi6 S< local option elections: at. 10 a. en,*,.pur- ,'.1ffr,' E _
Base;' 8r., chairman! .J:. H. L li Iiurram,one ton hay. ... .. 2ZI (m Dear Sir: As a campaign there being, :-...,'
J.: 8. hardware. road work. ... S 70 : *;. Sr., chairman;; ...1 "
n, Stratton, Wj 1'. GodHlPslker gOGHdwCoh, inlu/ee appointed by'a mass ; }
.,, commissioners; P, 4 M Walker trip lnam. for Hurter. ell.01.1:! .2 of citizens representing the loe" J. S. Stratton; W. .'
a .A TAffnew: attorney for' the Ktulmmee Drue prlwner K 48 arid business nontlment of the U. Walker, com- ." r. .
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id eeley. oouri eoat 64 oO ; Agnew aUor-
.Arthur E. Done/ran/ den' J M Walker, feed prlaonere 10 40 KUsiinroee we desire to ; Arthur E. Done- :.'. "
** 4a J M Walker, ooonty court 041st.----- IS8 06 personal appeal to you a'. a '
tel or the last were J M Palkar.oounty judroeoita. 6 66 and voter of Onceola. to iI, "" "
,.meeting county
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Moons proceeded with
and approved. proeeouUfir' attorney. francQUe add influence In '1:... f< :
and ,. 48 8SJno your of .
R.'. roo.oa reported that he had R Bro n. ca.h .ru-et"j; ;'; for': ;pauper > approaching wet and dry petitioners on /
a W. Weaver. lake *. -1 ,8' the interest of retaining election as more : y.,
to charge ; to poor farm: : : : our I these minutes, and t .,
jro pauper and bad purchase H iW'.rp..x.pauper. .i.. 1150 county, in the dryculuinu, examined and v': '
;.for negro to hU home. in Sa M J Hick, medical MII ice. ariaonetv *0 As a dry county for tLe past to '
registration books vv;
h.1)Fitet Valley Caaetta prlntlmr 1440 ,.,' .
The American: Airieultural Chemical; Co. years our business men are the same con ,1 .7l t
"'Bass, -Sr., reported he had .. ... ... I : it. ,.
-tIll. L 14* 00 agreed that business conditions one-fourth of the ': ::1' "
F the Orange crop of the poor farm . .. .. &00 00 ei' 'atly) improved, due to the .of this county, the ,. ..:; '.,1 ,:' ,, ..\. .
State B-nk Ktaummea lnUre.1. 67 .
Jr.' O. K. Pranklin at 76 cents that *" ,
pertoo a large amount of money was introduced H i, I, \ .. "
the trees, and turned over toeasurer The'' following communication vwas formerly went into toe coffers ; seconded b.VI' R. t. )
91500 on account.-. The received by the board and Superintendent saloon is now used tn providing f. .
iirer was Instructed to place 91100 Oyerstreet was Instructed- comforts'' and''' necessities of application''was' //" '" .I .
Ie'amount In the fine And forfeitafcd notify Mr Goblet this- toad bad notbeen Our-Mayor'a court records show at the regular 9..

to replace1'a similar amount closed, benoe he would be violating drunkenness baa largely re l.f'rllay. the 3rd' .\ i J

wed from this fund under author1 .,. the law if be attempted proceed. ICIsslmroee, and It is admitted ] A. D. Ito8, asking ; '..
1 a recent; act of legislature. as Indicated. In his letter:, moral conditions '"throughout: this county to de. 1 [ ate-st Il'

d superintendent made his re- Pegborn-.Fla,;r-Feb.'I' lt 08; county are much better than when of Intoxicating : -

fas"fallows: County Cl>mml loners.. saloon held away, beer shall be nro- "t ,
i Honorable' Board of County 1 understand that you have changed recently, published in the ... upon examina ",.
.Drolsstoners": the road from Peghorn toGater Well. constitution, !giving the .." books that , '., ";,",. _
Jttlemen: Tbe road it on land which the immortal V ' ' "
'the' as now runs my Henry Unsigned; by one- "
{worked from the let to I5th of 'has put me to a great expense and I once pictured the evils of voters of said :.; : ., "
ry In Reedy.Creek swamp' and have been paving: taxes on" It for all its naked hideousness: t .

rto hla-b.water; had to quit. I twenty. years, ,and have done It for the 'The advent of prohibition that no such > ,' .

1300; yards of having the causedownj !good of the. people, but now as you ala and the closing Of the saloons In .said county .1,.. .
[ also have two bridges yet have changed the road' 1 notify you in Fulton : years: ;'b' : I e..s ..: ...
lid in the swamp.aye that I am going to close it uu by the brings to memory the I election'be or ' J Y .,' : .
repaired the road from Kle- ; .
first of June speech made J "
by HenryV.
> to WbltUer.' Have done some ) of Osoeola, State I.\ ; .,. (:
Truly before 8,000 people in a '
yours .
: whether the sale fl
Irs the road from Ktoslmee to.
on F. GOBLET, Atlanta dUl'lnll'tbe local 11 r
bf, J'1 1v wines or beer +t
tight daring the month of The following'cotomuoicstlon from paign in this county in 1888. in said county,

ar1 "100 drift i bolts, 1 auger,.8ds Mr. Clay was read and he was slso 'That speech of Mr. Grady t held ort ''Monday. jt- ,

rope:6: boxes axle 'grease, 1 heard In person The board decidedto perhaps the most memorable 1008; .

l level., '' take no action on his propositionfor ever delivered in the United ;',that the clerk 01 -..-................... ...........-----...--. ,." :
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"II examined Wolf Creek brlge the present: advocating prohibition. "It is to give at AIN.N\N.NNNN..N\NN.N..N..N.\\N\N\ .' .
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found. It i dangerous for. heavyjuld Ktssluunee, Fla., Feb 3. 1W)8.- Grady'a Warehouse Speech. ol said elec
I To the Honorable Board of County extract from that speech given .t.he same in one "
suggest that if the county ,Is Commissioners,CsceolaCounty';Fla. has been used from that'day to I and every town in '

.Ible for any damage done on Gentlemen:. in placards, posters and If none; then bv v
Idgethat, we pay Mr, Shiver I propose to make 'a complete topographical and in every other shape written notices of StyleBoOk ; : ;
3at material we can use and tear map of Osceola county prohibition question has been most public places : ,
toted in thlsvcountry. -It' has of which shall be ,
and. rebuild U. showing towns, roads, railroads and .. '. _
I i'.ti. c-m: .'OVFJLSTRKET. everything necessary to/ bring map ., iraniUted la all languages of : '
ad cancelled warrants were near up to date i a. pusstble. world and can be seen that the follow* \, : ".

( follows: gotten up in beautiful effect; be hereby ap .' Iree-:; ; .
a I will furnish each county offlcsr ::
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the most remarkable : Inspectors and as '. ; ..
al Revenue l in several
document In theworld.. The tbe > > :
d Forfeiture Fund V. .. 911 62 showing (to color the 'boundaries of ; ;:

-Fund. .. ... ,.. 1. ;:. '. . 604 61. commissioners' districts, also boundaries following was the peroration of l'atAd! below ').
[ Collector C. t.;'Bandy reported of election districts for address that .el ctrltled the ( column.) 1
the :: .
turn . .
-of .
amounts to be collectedirons and which wai-- 'followed.;; by the" clerk '. ':: >wing of four hundred and thirty dollars, 'tF.' <<.'''' )
ovation the like of which has : ru jo, J" bllsh! .. ' 'J .1/ 1\;\
of J 907: .'!" .'. .
Respectfully submitted- _.. ,
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......... .. f. n. t 0120'>> !III V .yO. CLAY,' C, E; been seen, IQ Atlanta! ; 1 newspaper f> .n.'t- '.'" . ,.iii.. .. ,
... IWI8T iii Hoard took until << of I ." 'of'f.., ..
2 'Tonight it
r.t recess p. m. enters an bUlDbI : C.'W ', .-
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itw'a': ; . .Itif\.> 1 ofNp.9 Reconvened at-2 p. m., present full to strike the roses from a printed in"'' ,: ' , .\
.e. A. g1 = membership of the.. board attorney 'cheek: and tomorrow It I list in a .' ," ,
:: and deputy clerk.. w'r 1 II this,republic'in the balls of 1'c the court house ,
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a J ;! ? 1" The matter again of malting an kfipropclatlon 4 i '':''Today; it strikes a crust from printed In said Thin store has ever taken pride "

M..B Gilbert filed her report to the State Fair was taken lips 01 a Starving' child, and period of time as .' i"- :
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said election --i\\1..0.. \, .- <<".iV" ',,
'treasurer and' showed the ; up and .discussed, and tbe 'State morrow it. levies tribute from . is =I! ".:..,...4
balances on hand for which, Fair Commissioners having agreed to government Itself, v. '.- >\-t<; ..-In.thel8: ; j.rf.ce.ltalreRdered; ',Its'' ? ;

jarttfieatM. of deposit'from (200 and give" certain 'prlrl '"There is no cottage humble that the clerka .' .: "**'* #.* iV** "" rakiit' t .jftftZtfn' _
of \< f'1 .. trees' freeof chare the following resOlutlon I to escape It. no place that,, Is at. said election .",,. -' I 'iJ"1'Jt\ I\J.,, .t:* 'igr: ,\:fl- ii| -1'
., .. : . \ " Instructions to : .i > .i<; custoinerein; I
Introduced enough shut it jr-r making
... ..1'.lmmoi\; "if'" 7118 was by J, 8.8tstton to out. economical ,
',' tag J4 and seconded by Jno. R.Bron- .1 '.' 'It defies the law. when. 'it forms required. .. ...
...... ... .... ........ .... 617 'ewk son and adopted: '* coerce suffrage. '

.., ... .,..... .........., 1:1 7, eIt'Ditot. II' Resolved, That an' approprlaton of I 'It is flexible to cajole\ but. appeared before buying possible, 'fbir them. : The .1LADIES'
I '. .. ). :'t $200 be made for an Osceola' exhibit at less in victory.., of tbelsdlesof tbe r :
.. ..W.. J, '....,,,, ,,. III the coming State Fair Tampa, to ? '4 'It is the mortal enemy of Village Improve .
,. ....,..f. '" ,. ... 8ItO III/I 50 be held from February, to 22. 1908. and older, the despoiler of men organized HOME JOURNAL :PATP .
provided tha. W. IVan Duzor,fair the terror of women, the'''ct6ud' encouraging the 'p

,, f'f' r. seas 96 commissioner, shall be Individually shadows the faces of children, the town. He .
( Collector's! poll tax report'wa responsible for;;,any monies that may" demon that has dug more graves had secured the TERNS, which' we sell, arc another .
d'with stubs and showed....:.3Iy be expended bv him upon said Qsceola sent more souls unshrlved to. gardener sod ". oI.jIo,1\\t

ald. exhibit in excess of said appropriation meat than all the plagues that' plans whereby -" .

am A Farmer- ,.presented their! of 9300; provided that vouchers wasted life since God sent the grounds could important this connection. ;"
i of convjoi hire' for the moralwaryi. prevented for this amount audited by to Egypt, and all the. wars' and flowers : , '

1WW; amounting to 182rtth commissioner and In' 'aIDe manner Joshua stood beyond Jericho. enhance the ap <
it a check to cover same as all other bill presented to 'It comes to ruin and It. house around The LADIES' HOME ', ;

\ following par roll of road work county, will be paid *hen .same be' profit, mainly by the ruin of. .. of the board JOUR'Y,
trained and approved come'due at next regular meeting or sons and mine. and. a small ; :/

t n;811|1.7." ..., ,.. I *i'/SO board ana upon receipt of report flied 'Itcomes tolhisldad human . in the cause. NAL has become the great nnthorlty ;' ,' ',';;'"

L lbday., ',-. ... .. 1t iIIl br_commissioner.. : and to crush human hearts under decision of tbe '
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dsaga hf0. ,.. .'.1.. . :n; g:: llesolved, further'tnattne peopleol rumbling! 1 wheels. L a move In the K
terNday.tIJ . 2100 .he county De hereby requested to contribute It comes to bring ,- that much- good in housekeeping by Its many helps: i"n, "-
I1d y.slel.5o 16 M their1 products' the county mothers down irf shame and. ' by this. or anl. .
10 yiat. IIJXI V.. .... lit 00 exhibits free-of charge/ and to give to. tiie'lr graves.iy'It ordered drawn \
K'wU.,1fauntf lodryeat$1.641. + 1500.110 their fair commissioner all possible comes to change the .. requested to. economy. The LADIES' HOME ... : "

. tIL4O,: .. 1UO support to make the exhibit", a' success loveto.despair'-! and her pride If Walker, whb ..... Ii ,_:'I"#,' ..
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and a credit to the county. shame. ", \.', .
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On motion W. L. Van Duzor 'It still the business the JOURNAL ..;
6.5$4d.y.\tJi.e'. . was cornea to laughter PATTERNS the"t. " t'
.. . :HAI elected Fair 'Commissioner the meet Feb, .. .., :,:.
8y/ dayi lit I1J* State for lips of little children. I again -, :tf"" .., .
y and d.uUiam. A :;:::1 the county '.'It comes to stifle all tb 'muslc purpose of re .- I'I\
,, ;. t 00 The following petltltloa was presented the home and fill it with silence .*and tot.ran- most economical on the market be- : '-
1 to the board,. which read as : desolation. that might :, L;,{, ,
+x, .. '" "I :06.67 follows: ' '.. 'It comes to ruin yoor''' body 8 '. , ,{!

'Bass filed .the following wlth- PETITION FOR ELECTION.. mind, to wreck: jour home and- LESLEY, Clerk cause they are/so,/ aliiiple home t4.'S '%*

of f proteVVIth board: To the Honorable Iloard of County ComrplMlon- knows it must measure Its D. C. any <

aatmtneeT Flu., Feb. 1. 11)08.) era of Oaerola County Florida.- by. the swiftness, and certainty ,
HHonorable Board of'' County The undersigned rerlatared Yotere of O.o nIa which It wrecks t Buy Florida dressmaker can them 'f "
use and beaanse
county State of hereby petition : .: \ ::
i.sloners7ien your ,
honorable briy to t'I I In Mild county Now sir'. we appeal to ,you on it Is Cheap. r ; ;
: of Oeceola to decide whether the ule,,of intoxl- half of the ,women and children : .1'
to withdraw' my protest' to !atinjr. ; llquora.. wine, and! beer.hall be prohibited j Osceola county; on behalf of. all . . . .. 35 they' require tlie Hiimlleslt I' .
In earn county or uoeeoia: .:. . possible '
pnt"of 'Peghoi'nroad'asu note nearest and dearest in cut ,' 40 ,
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ACG.nnon. J I'ampbell.
'ampbrlL W U K' "
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., land, the !same be. M H.,de, I ewU Seaman, H L Warren f t !..'.... home," to'aid us in -the fight, land :: . . .. 226 ... ... r .. \" ) ..
recOI'J54Jn the minute Harbor.. J S Stratton MOM 14.... Aeklr14x 3 miles out. ,' 350 amount. .
commlssionersVanuary 6lbi ,' > K R W... ....., _Noah V..... P N Floyd. T N the encroachments of" this station ...:.. 550 of ..gO d8.. ,'F .: ,:." '" ; \ ';:".
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arr. .rtln. Ja Petereon.Uaea. I \ .
Alex Keen *
305.- The that I G monster. town .,,.. . ,. 600 _tl p '"
i protest W Thomaa W C llaaa, R W W Partln. A 1 "" \ .p.:., ,w .... :
[..withdraws-).o recorded.. in Harbor Jr. M Paten, II Warren, t 8 Partm\ T '\ While the, committee Is houses, .. 820 . U .,: ? ;;
ties of, LxSWrd,,304, II HuH 8 t Hoi ton. R W Simmon B A Sullivan every encouragement: and we -?-.r':', . .. 1100 1' : 1hWd'.\ : '
''I.hereby acknowled receipt I Hoi JlI'.Un.tow, T t Wm W...Goblet..., H Avant.Francis Joel H Tyum warm,. Henry K A sure of winning tbe> fight, we St. ,. .. .. .91300: r'.K., . :
'full settlement for any dam. W is..... Nathan Mount, A J Himmona. Geo to'urge' that all voters go to clay rd..2500 Prices -.1\'" r '; . " .. "'-i.'" , .
sustain in the establishifs lloltan Doyle,H-... C f Outlkw, .. K Sullivan soils, on election' day, chat 94 per acre 10 and 1 15c. .,. .. '#.).v- 7 'i", . '
W A Thomaa John Pad.ett. P / Godwin Daniel .
road .: : ; r H.......... Walter Lorena. W J nu.... W AHall. allot on the drY side aDd, make' I and build with ;"' " K .!<
>. ACKIES 'BAS!'!." L H ...... r M Tatman. W L De.... R L Lanier victory so complete that the :I WrLLaojr, JR., ''''' '-, ....Jf',
feard refused i to pay for bridge G W A.hton. W R Yataa, M Sullivan A A I..,... will not be subiected to,the-expense. . :4't; .:/. "4
C Aden .
eon SY vrter I ,
?If Creek and instructed suot 11... t PSrlveettir Bnlllran, such an election againH. I : V* .. ', .
Everett J W :>Uma, W R Lanier. Z 1.RI. : _
to conferVith Mr. Shiver William Tat... J O. Lanier W T IAmb J 3 M. Pfann, K. I*.' Lesley, Hi ', [r\2rsli/< -1 1a.
Rob..te T J' a V..... Alfred 1 114 .. ..1 $ ." ./ '
i-la ;.using his. material anda lTkJ! ,, Stanford -W. U. ; Sr.; W. on Friday ,.., .. .:
aatlafactory. bridge and..- Brvneon Bawknirht" Will irons.!.!...i r P1.H.Tiner....... Wm a L gLeqH'vy.. .a H Makinaon, J.W: Miller, Jao. . will be' a re ;1 .I, I d
at n li,meeting. H.lL, L if Wbldd_ P J "eDennoU. W U xinr. Leee' W.- Griffin'' Roma of the ..' -' .d 1 .1.
l*j>f R. A' Barlow- notary o L B......... R. T Ruu. V 01Ins.. M N 81... O. W.'Dann, W. B. 'Harris;- J. Woman's Aux ''f" ,>}", It' iV"I
moo! Hogan.Phllllya Barry v..... lu1l_H7de. Hansell. K.. C. Partin ., '
Ed. r
with ,
Elmer Bass and A. k A H Hroroe. F M.!Lr Geo W Beund_ RaIl the church L .
sureties each In tbe sum of .Molaurhll. N Ktng. J I radnet. J H talk+a JKT. II..Mann. W, R. Godwin. Wi every member l;< : .:::,
i approved. I. T Byrd. II: L-D 0-...., taui. II *. I L', !Subanks. J 'E..Ennl, I. M., I ., ,
.'Campbell, retiring suDcrlnl P W l-ria<:ar--.G wTtp *. c..8t.UaDaelI.H 0 0 B ....,. .,.., k'no M.. N. Overstreet,. A. C C ". .. ." ;,
Padptt W
..b* poor,.farm. filed receipt "...... .r.r...._.. Sl n sI.I........A ..... Committee. : wasn't so'all- DA NN.
/''..O, Bronson for tool' andU4 IN D 8"R II a 1010_ 0 to joke
fwTtnuer on hand, ' W Beaa,R L B Hell. M J Kaaa.. wJ U Henderaea. R: ....P" I..... 'R B 8ay C" .. la a presiden '}
OaUla \IV Pat clr. 0 P O HarrarTTB J......:H S.bdNBlmrg;' Hs L II republicans who : .
Jnderbill was recommended Duraam.1 .
,. Dra..o
.Dvs drg.5. Tnnpxa .,
loha Albt I all tbs -- *
JohMtMb demo. .
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as ;cattle, Inspector pra. B ,. : 1'
.Sri""jt l'Ip..l 9. 11 L_o.Dri J G ,,. 6.K :t B Ts-i."., U U.brn.Raair.w4 erci, .. L ,..u.. t .... should get ,. ., / '10',',
eLS.allsrkhis .ter. iH Si_" dr.Joha (hie n.rk) Tbomaan. I .'t' be than 'THE ,
as more
bllm ware examined, II : D.Ban... BrWII -... naoB. Aealer Thonpaee),:JoHa Theaipeoa. I OUTFITTER* .
the .
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paid: y." I .
III.W'rWJ1C..u ap.8.i laa ntaaaene. n i '
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s.i sir 114L O.Lsbr p .J fir,: ; r....tie lterrtao ,J.U. . t.4o'os' L D.: Salt. ; .' J[ ,' : I _

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I""" l *.MMMtMJl""N.Af.WjIIlM" later-later keep-It secret; perhaps from your- t ..: '.' -fr-.1'

home again, you can tell ,

it!" ; ..Asore'pcn is a '
h, t! e 1 je rof Lena 'turned', ; ; _

.\1 I.Tal I. while She was he eat leaning forward back.with tl ; dangerous ,malady 'y[ ss- ,

...... By.......... hands .resting on thG bayou donl! need to
were passing down Oxford 'I
: )
foe.....:.., a V NG "envAngloJndian .... the smoothness of the :lie a sock around: ;I + ; "
dered It unnecessary for'' .
; MISTLE' Set ton.w her voice '. neck' it. 'J ''re
1hrrllnan. "When Win comes your ,

I Secrc,tS- ,role, .,.,,._. rhq pealed wonderlngly. "' .
< .." ... rt to She do with was fully It'" convinced \ul' \' 4

/. ... -.. ever he might know, he BALLAlfD'S jJ :. ... '..'4
,,. have guessed at her / : ;
Ing lhs Brotherhood of .
at all events, was never l r t.
,. ,. ,. . LINIMENT ...
_,." '" I.'I.'IV'I.' closed. Cut Charlie

CHAPTER.Continued.'' CKG 18 In the presence of women but goes vided for thin. ,

; .* no distance 'among men. "The, Baroness de I will 'ouro that tnrtiat !In' short: order. . ,, y
There was jest enough mystery In said "is Marie Mallard's Snow Untoent penetrate* tho pores, prolnotIng -
"Then aid the"'! Englishman! ,, the proceedings 'to content the English She seemed to be free circulation giving (.ho miinoleB moro tlwUc.1tr.r'URES : wj1i1EUMAI'ISMGUTS
"you; have changed? maiden lady and the shortsighted -
the realization' his '
'Yes, I have changed.' ,SPRAINS,BRUISES >
Teuton without unnecessarily mind At 'the first 4
.. own
"I am sorry for It. the'Baroness. WOUNDS OLD SORES, CTIFF JOINTS, ;
gravating (
appeared to be an ; .
'"WhlT""Because I "I .have' considered 'necessary," as,, she. looked back at DURN: AND ALL PAINS.! ,r ;:
said Chnrlie. ""it brings he said, "to rail the London Branch anceship with the
you Into contact' with pitch men cu of this Brotherhood together/for the seemed possible, and ti GAVE' INSTANT RELIEF..

Monsieur Marie Dakovltch Jacobi.., looked up sharply purpose of deciding'' a question of there was no doubt ; floury! Stone. Provo UtA h. wrltouj, ,'I l>a.vea R oo Batlard'aHjnowjjtnimc.iifc '4 t
her some Importance It ia usual for myself of her companion's for Koui-nlgla, Tootli-aclio and 4+oro Throat, f3t",
but he" avoided meeting eyes. and Secretary Ryan to decide '. '.v/lileh upon tsmilicaiion jmvo' mo inntant! relief. I can rooom-
"'Vbat'do' you know of Monsieur: arise, tnoMil it tHiivj the boM Liniment I hovo used in'curias'' [ '
such minor questions as may CHAPTER, L'-* ; over ,
Jacobl T" but 'we feel that this Is beyond our ; polu caused frcm ;JJcuraJjfla, etc." .,,' "
Charlie shrugged his.broad shoulders Confession "
j.u rl dlctlon..' PRICE 25C. We'AND' $..00 i'
contemptuously."Nothing Charles Mlstley r'Ba
Monsieur'Jacobl ,and H
Here paused
mademoiselle.," of the full account of his > ; ,
assumed a demeanor' expressive
"But you hate him'" some hesitation in 'Ihe( choice of words Jacobl'a little'plot.' It 1'1.I' lard S'slow' Liniment 'Co
"Well--scarcely. I have never had put off an" explanation : ; ,
necessary to proceed with n somewhat -
the necessary,energy to hate anyone convenient occasion, ., 1
difficult task; rOO-S02: North Second: Street,
yet. I do not like him. never arises, From ; +
At this moment the door opened,
"It Is of Jacobl" continued the "girl And Charles Mistier entered the room learn nothing- : ) ST.. LOUHS, MISSOURI.SEES \ . ? ,
"that I have to tell.. It Is against his forte. ., '
alone. In one comprehensive glance *
him that I must ask help. Remember the subject .
your tho ,And so
he took In the situation, noting ,
I do not ask it foe myself position ot'every person In the room. partly with deliberate Sold and Recommended by 'F
for 1 do not fear him. It Is for Lena the part of the young .
Blood with his &
He closed the door and
Wright-" It. by the advent of a more For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. ) .
back against
t Marie Bakovltch looked up somewhat question, Jacobl _. . _. -
-- --
I Jacobi half rose from his Beat, /and --- ----- - -- : ,
suddenly. She met her com- returned into ,
then sunk back again with rather a
panion's eyes, calm. Impassive, Inscrutable sickly smile. Ryan"ni'ada no mote- wake up memories best KISSIMMEE 1 ,

as usual, fixed upon her ment whatever, but hla unhealthyface Marie Gakovltch left '
face. assumed an ashen gray.: The Ivan Me 'cr. Some years
n "Yes," he said; "go on." maiden lady and the Carman sat gaz- MIstlcy heard of her In P ;
"lIe Is connected with several so- stalwlll't'Intruder.. nizing the beautiful RIVER !
ing weakly at the EOt1'I'E
cret societies, political and other Noiselessly the Baroness rose from a vivacious: French ; : ::
", lie. Notably the'' Brotherhood of "ravishing--wife of 11 .
her scat and crossed the' room
Liberty, of which lie pretends to be artist STEAMER LILUB!s 8TKAMER: HOSEADA 'f
where Lena sat, and there she stood ,
the London chief. For some months wafting. .On the day ) Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain' clay Johnson; 3*) '.

fee has been scheming to obtain Lena felt that tho whole situation teenth month after ) ,' .Regular "eek11 trips to Basslnger a...d return. Rosoada leaves Klests.. '-.:;;l lnee \' :
money from Lena Wright for the pur departure there was a
pose of the Brotberhood'I'I was Intensely funny from an observ at the house in Seymour Tuesday morning. and arrives r.leslmtnco Friday evening.! "'1 II Jt" r' ,ry Ca
er's point of view; but unfortunately Special Charter OUeeo> Fort UM UlUr" :
would I In Trips to Lake obee and Myers on ;
thought money come disinterested and eXIJCI'leu
she was an actor in the comedy ;. Comfortable I'
accommodation for Rates reasonable. w.
somewhere. pasucngcrs.
the of
t which sadly altered the matter. However watching arrival : t
The -moit picturesque Waterway In Florida *
r. "Yei, all Jacobl's plots are connected from behind the laths of
Charles! Mlalley had too For Passenger and Freight Rates to. !i
with money sooner or later. blind would ;;
tact to treat the affair Jocosely.! lie ,
I .JIo heard from sources unknbwn tome propehsled a slow and CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor,- dMk .
'. that she Will comparatively looked spoke In gravely a deliberately round Mm auttfbrltatlvo, and then evening/ for the guests at / On board "J oIl11e," Klsslmmee. ris'.",*,

rich some day, and he hili' been endeavoring Lalnment. There were ]
vole recalled to Lena's memory
%' to persuade her to borrow "a1>>olutel;* no ladles,
remark of Lawrenpo '
a halt-forgotten ery ysAM
this money, It Is a largo sum." effect that except Mrs. MUlley: and Fe f"
Lowe's, to the :
"You ,have not told what mother.
me hold
Charlie! was essentially a foul-weath : t
he has over her" er sailor The only young! man Cruel LandladyShe
"He hat.. represented that the Mlstley., and he was ,
"I am sorry:: he said< "to disturb
Brotherhood has agencies and con- the of halt a
'necllons all over the world, and by knows matters who but'I I am.think If Monuleur ho should Jacobi require -white-haited old''' ; tfcorns Women Lodgers and Bars Such .:,. J ,

these means, he:could! with the aid explanation be knows were desperately attentive 4t'r 4t'v", : ,
4.s "of.L I certain sum of ready money obtain where to find. me." gallant to the ladles; it' as Take Pupils. .

Immediate Information as to the 1acobl shruggod his shoulders Indifferently to Lena; sturdy old ; ; '
safety or otherwise) your brothers with an inexhaustible'
watched him .
; while Ryan ] Lucila Borden ; York.
By 0 New
.Wlnyard -She-I think-she- furtively.. dotes little calculated to a

"Yes,' said Charlie, gravely,."! jinderatahd. ,"Will ,you come wlih me nowt"continued faIr( ,' These old stagers VMV Ira"'l bu 'Vl"m '' y
: But how,did he. get to Mistley, addressing Lena., weighty Justice to '
know of this Ha bat surely. had no Nothing A dramatic .nature oC- before them and : : eeeeeee.. 'Autocrat of'lie' ( Breakfast! Table. is as nothing In # r

,1' opportunity" curred. Lena rose from her. seat, and pleased with the ; .' parlnpnwith\ the uutoeratnlio" prevents young women front .. '
He stood 'there motionless 'and crossing the room, she stood besldo they each and severally 4'| living strong as ever man was (created but I' Charlie, experiencing a sudden sense the ladies.: " X. I .-, College teacher Is scorwd and flouted. She has been,09ear' :
his face ;Mrs:,Wright led 'tbe' -. .; driven criminal.dsa-
d there passed across a momentary of,comfort--' and relief''at the 'mere y-Insulted| \ and out.of the; house! like a
,twinge of real physical pain.; contact of.bin sleeve which\ touched drawing room at.the Net'vl'lctedFof, : BlenllnK'siHxmg' lircaiim*, forsooth, she yen C. ,. ,
Suddenly he. roused himself 'with'an her shoulder.; ity, and the'old fellows IE.: ,.' ";;"A ilfohinti.ln., ."It' ; dellctttO' way Unit she. look n "few ))11"11.,1.

. effort, .and said. with' practical, mat- "I do not know" said Charlie to pull down their ,., .... .-V:, ''""lndeedItwould'' =! not havo.'them: tn the house. ,,Me"trning ,

,, ter-of-fact energy"Mademoiselle. :- the assembled brotherhood, '"and it is grave sense of tq the doorbell!II! No you can't have the room' '.al".& _
. We must waste no none of my business to Inquire who Is skillful manner Jn price." -"" "
6' time. I am 'deeply grateful-more 'Implicated In this swindle and who :kept up the spirits of the >> It was formerly the custom to fling the little girl-hable* into the ,t t I it

.atetulthan'eYer", can hope to ex- among you are dupes; but It may be When they at length The NeW' 'York landlady is' th .lIneal dencendiuit of those heathen motQ ra.j "
press'-for the confidence that you of some Interest to you to learn that the drawing room, they ; She ''advertises' for, "gentlemen only." She looks out of the door''' coylyatSight : : tbe ,

Lave placed In me,. You said lust that man there-Jaeobl-Is 'a com- two elder ladles sitting : .. ofpetticoats. Shu livers that there ar<> no rooms. to )be let, lhough'gga'
now that Jacobi pretends, to 'be the mon swindler lIe Is no more the the fireplace! while Lena hold up the newspaper with her own advertisement\ in print Afterdays'actually ; j\.e '>
London chief of this Brotherhood; London chief) of the Brotherhood of narrow window, taking counted In pursuit of a room In the 70s and 80s" onlyi,, the

have' you: ,doubts about the truth of Llb'erty than I am. Such a society t I be' last, rays of daylight rltel'"arter; : pocketing all sorts of Insults and "ral>>isc, has settled as. tiro'

Ills assertions'" exists, and I have been In communication some dainty piece of attic philosopher under (the roof-of un Imposing relllflt'nce.wbere she Is Y'
"Yea.. I know that such a society with the authorities at Its head Charles Mlstley lounged nelved as the' "top floor." > l, '
e;, '.exlill. and that Its headquarters are quarters in Rotterdam. It hail room and occupied in Only business women are "wanted'.la :New York. The teat, maj e TetJ re', t

la., Rotterdam; but I' believe Jacoblla transpired that Jacobi 'was once a manner the remainder to their hillside farms and .listen to the ,wind howling through the branches: ; & wIn

no member of 1C He has represented clerk In their office.; and they are at dow.The Autumn, It is "scat cat"' wheresoever one may ring, until the offender. :,
1+, ,himself to be Ita chief simplyfor present somewhat snxtous for his address fading light of the becomes! apologetic for being woman; : :oID jX }

the 'purpose of obtaining money. ,'with a view to the recovery of fully reflected on Lena's this house the "top floor" has BO "matches"" furnished.. ,Judging,,
II* has..In fact"deceived us all." some funds which be, by mistake, removed stood 'In the recess of from the dilapidated window shade this Is.true In more senses than one. ::.I:? ,r

t "Thank you. Way' I ask"when you from their cash box and omit- dow, working deftly told the autocrat that I did not smoke, but she was .Inexorable... .!, The'-m.s. j&!f & 4
next assembler ted to restore. It Is only\ fair to you, Ing against the.jvall wasted the 'matches, and she would not provide luxuries. .wAnd
i 'To-morrow ', afternoon In this Monsieur Jacobi, to Inform you that looking at her absently. the landlord What of him He Is invisible. In' only onejmstancs33lid '
roomi: and Miss Wright be present In the course of my Inquiries I am hardly have thought that he appear. Then be .was suave and polished. Hence the conelu :on that jljf +K s' v.

as a probationary member. afraid the Brotherhood must have ing the little painful the New York landlady Is 'a widow. She reigns triumph, abusive, '" aID

Three' o'clock.Is the hour.", learned I that you are in London." eyelids when she ceased of her.prowess In ousting unedslrable roomers. What Is l the resulting need t, rl

CJ 'To-morrow at three. ,Thank you. Then he opened the door, and 'byway had not reputation. of The hotel foij-
.You may leave everything to me, of Intimating to Lena to passout server liodse. There should be rooms from 14 to 5up. At the Martha Washington j
,y' t mademoiselle. I' have a friend- In front of'tlm, touched her arm Ills reflections were the lowest rooms rent for '>$0, and one Is obliged to wale sometimes several? .
- t Laurence Low tr-wbo Is a Journalist slightly. It was not his habit to do the advent of Adonis week for one of these to be vacant '. r r. v:?; Vim ,
of some repute.' He will doubtless crossed the room at this .
this, as It Is with some' men.Mot;/ t
know about. this Brotherhood of Liberty even with his mother did ha ever Indulge pay: his respects. He \ 'd' i? ; t r
-the real .one,- I mean. Twill In such harmless famallarltles. caressed, the' dog'a *\ 't, ,
endeavor to do everything In as quiet some moments; .- '. .
Lena noted the little touch, and somehow .
and, ataman-like a manner: as I c,,n. to 'her It paid much that Charlie Ills eyes, he said: '
I wll'aee you to-morrow afternoon.CIIAPTER .'* "Lena."
never allowed to appear In his Intent "Yes.". r ThelnheritanceTax '
-- course with her. There was a sense .
': of protection, ,a hint, as It were ,of The girl looked up !' :
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with her readY'smile., '
The Brotherhood. brotherly affection and reliability late grown almost \ By Professor.Chart** J Bullock, 01' ,,.
this rare 'exhibition of feeling, slight y "ry,
Lena's's singing; lesson the following though the indication of It might be. "At last--at last I am T Harvard'Uniuersity. "' >F
afternoon was Interrupted by' the arrival At the head of the stairs he, stopped something. t'1n'
of Monsieur Jacobi This gentle* "You 'will '''And Mr: Lowe downstairs "To_;do something?*" ; Americans of the last generation the J inherltntoce" IC y

' 'man was accompanied-by his friend, i /',. he said. "I must go back with 'ready Interest was a fiscal curiosity, but today It .Is found in'n6t' fewei1 .'
"To-day Is Tuesday," than thlrtYfour' states, and must be accepted as, an,aa lcomplUhed ,'
Mr.,. Ryan,' a keen-eyed Individual' and sea after the Baroness. Walk on : ''*
who. was .ever ready to-espouse' slowly- toward-Bedford placer, I will "on Friday. I start for U tact of American finance' ? '
'cause -of the oppressed. of every nationality catch you up. My mother expects'us. .1[ am going to seek Wln" The present inheritance taxes 'employed "by" the severe .e
''provided' there was mbne"to all to afternoon'tea.". She grew very pale; states are levied clearly to ralle. re'Venue ;...J
ba made and little risk attaching. lie watched her descend'the stain, left her lips. Charlie But It Is now proposed to introduce: .a-federsl,, Inhe-rii?

Presently>> a' feeble-minded English and heard Lauranca Lowe come. forward sale out of the window. tanee',tax: to reduce swollen fortunes.. The..proposal' af",

lady of uncertain age arrived' ;and Immediately to meet' her 'And twill keep you centratlon / eumes,that;there Is., In the United States an,, undue, ;
behind .her a mild-man Before they had cone far their to'D: )" whereabouts. .If I of wealth and:power In a few hands, and It cannot'be denied M ,

iiered German gentleman'. short heard a Quick footstep behind them, If we. pass each other on many thoughtful men have come to such a conclusion., But If tt"* eJ.r.,;.. .;

wd' sight; and.., unkempt hilr.This and Cbalea Mlstley 'came' to Lena'isid. you should be able to therefor11 such *. tendenc7 I. be. admitted the Inheritance tax Is no'.-em" .:'r l '
where;' tba- colonel Is .. ., '
wac'the first time Lena,had .. They were in Portland place; I .
'met the members of the Brotherhood and as ha Joined them, be beckoned to I that. But, after I all, It '/wccMlva: fortune. have been made by reckless or':4IshDrieat': ma
ot Mberty, and she"wa.'ellvlde4 be the.driver'of a ,baatom cab. ,There : about there say, for a ; la1l011 ,of corporations. ;;tbe. :obvioul' remed,.."Is' to reform corporation 1,1.1,, Yt'and
' laugh; and a seemed 'to ba no' question of Lowe. does not matter much. | to elevate"the standards 'of business morals.' New le'glslatlon;may ,

desire to run away; But everybody getting1; Into i cab 'with Lena. 'lie : or less out;of an Idle needed at some points, but relentless enforcement ofexistinglaws,, : Y '

If '\" .was) desperately'serious: Monsieur nodded and as ba beckoned: to a treat consequence." : ; conspiracy,.and theft would 'probably go far'to accompllskthaTdesIr M
Jacobl war suv. and gentlemanly; %s second driven-. Chrrtook his .seat. Ha stopped' and : suit Such remedies are 'simple and old fashioned.but.-they have:a '
,' "usual- but not fcntlrtly: at'till..ease.HI at Lena's side.; tier' with his lazy, placid :. ; \ far exceeding all schemes for social) regeneration; through, acfot poDP'....; J

l ti bold over.tlle' Baroneude. Nan- The young sailor began .his explanation ;-> ently, 'she' looked up and ;' ,- ii our federal government needs additional revenue It can .t any i
,' ... till.. as she was still caUed,.had never. at onca. '- ;:T9 b.'eo ) ram. an additional} hundred millions by restoring; thetas' on be t' tt "

e, 'lI..n er\-.eure.aJl4, \ he instinctively; : rLena." ,he .said."only Lowe"and ; to the figures! enforced during' the Spanlsb.wan Our state ,anl.1.lofcaTwents
k 'fait that It was all pptng) from him day myself know of'ttt*.- a.1I4lt.ut ba 'Wood ;Jn building !Is'' have ;no such..convenient relource .. *,$ ''V" 1

fcy,day;However, ,tia .lGaD.w..po.- better to keep..the whole affair quiet more sparingly In For fiaancial: reasons,. therefore an' Inheritance 'tax'should'be'r; .

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.... "' ,. I Exc.eded'Authorlty In .Appointing Roe-1' :....... Railroad-. Comntlsslvl. Rpy ..... :
i..r.y:; ,", I Florida News Rot"

;. former1. Union! i is Working., alter ,.Te ment Pot Printing"Head pfllcs.AVashIncton of' qov. .rn-. Head i ', of ,pufillc PH.nt.Shop''" U"'tral.. to, I Suit* Grossly, Alleges Mlsmsnsgsd.That Is Cen. :

-. ,' Wlth'Mlgbtand; ,'" Main, i:, ; : '"special says::: :William Temporarily Suspended.INVESTIGATjON ., ,I Formal answef'jta-; the sult| brought'J, ''I ... ... ...-- ... ... .... .... -:.... ,..., .... .... ... .... ...- ... ... ... ...- .... .... ... .... ...- ,
.".' B, Rosslter,: appointed' by' PresldentRoosevelt : H"-' 'against .tbe Georgia, state and rail Guilty, With a .Roomm.ndat4n.< 1"|I Te.wrge.. : t>..*.... .n,, LieTfce *.
/'f.eEAI t! ;,TO; CONGRESS. i i'K" .as acting publlo -printer ,lnpiace I ( 'FENDINGPresident :road' 'commission some' months fSt;by courtmartlal Washington which dispatch tried Major aysi;W: :The, F.. names) 'of cNmea UI dead. persons'' mots -
ecnykried'of those who
(Ofj, Public Printer' 'Stllllngs, who "the Central of Georgia rallfoad \becauseof' Hancock of the United States, coast have".I1oom'n.VWlI.Co.rDtT; wilt

,-'i.m,, la' Backed 'Up by po.tni..te/1 Is 'under' aUlpenaloD, pending fan Investlsatlon the reduction' the passengerfaresla. artillery corps; now stationed at stricken' from',the '....atatra.tlOll''UIBt.' .

: of the affairs of his office, 11'eDit Takes Cognizance of Charges .' Georgia, was hid t the United Darr nca.., Fla., at AUaata recently, It is said that' .the. prohibitionists' wUl .

,General. . ,Meyer. Most. ., 'to the treasury department Friday 'to 'Made In Connection. 'With AI-,, States .court'at At1a .Tuesday after found him guilty" with a recommend also\>>'appeal'to. the courts to maodamosi
Encouragingly of the, Plan, have tils bond approved., The department 'lion' to eJecutlve'elemeac1.' i '
Isged Mismanagement noon and In 'addition denyjns most supervisor t4 also" mark off all per.
'' ,Will" ,. refused' : to consider the matter.. The-verdict Is now In the hands .of
Benefit. ,.r hanta. of Office. of, the allegations made''- by' the rail sons who have rcmoycj from one ward
aa the ground that the president had .... road company and giving figures and President Roosevelt;, and t It; tnsy berated la another. wUa'ont, a lr.ester'certrn. "

'" f A.. pedal says:. The exceeded bis authority In appointing President! Roosevelt Wednesday tern- statistics upholding the' state's content : onrella-: authcJitr't1..t. he ,,eaie, aa Is" the .state laW'.1udlill *

: 'Farmers' Mr, RoaslUr; that; the assistant public Uon' charges'' ot mismanagement and Is Inclined to disregard the recommen- ,V. D.: Youog, :Attorney foe'
Union''all: the '
; countrybare .porarlly suspended as public printer'Chatles ,
II. T. ) dation and dismiss Major' llancocU k; '
printer. Captain Brian suej jceeis extravagance are -brought against the v .. tb. board of county commissioners,
',;; taken up Actively the. 'work! 'otpusbing'tUe to the vacancy: Under this A. Stilling and appointed Wm. road's, officials. from the army.. .. decided that the duty ot the registration ..
: \ parcels post -system'adY -' Informal ruling Mr. Rosslter later In 8. Rosslter temporarily fill the duties Like the original bill, !filed ,by the : Unless active and powerful influances; ,,,0mcerJ,_.., Very plain and he

"f. ''ateci by the postmaster general! in bis the day stepped aside and bis place of '
'f:' ,,;;jast iras.taken by. Captain. Brian, who, will officially. Is: to facilitate.the Ill a. long document' and each" paragraph I succeed, "'the1 president will make,an" as specified shovel : l"
}yr' //t appears 'that while the aonUmeatamonLhe administer tbe government printing of. of the complaint Is answered. example of him 11e Is determln.d'that This decision pleased the prohibitionists '

farmers In favor of this ex Ace as publlo printer for 'the time Testlgatlon now .being made of the government The railroad commission dented! 'that drinking and carousing in the United 'who have contended for thU;

.,.:;tenll of the!,, postal service Is very be ug. Mr.: Rosslter; however, does 'not printing omce by congress.. the reduced rate"Is,, Injurious to .the States army and'navy shall,cease: end. ) and Supervisor n.glltfaUoll'

," 'stronj4Di e country merchants are apt relinquish the 'work of Inquiry laid out Mr. Rosslter Is now chief clerk-of: business of the road and Insists that'It and he believes that-the Doran 'will proceed at once' to strike,

::prehenslve lest the adoption of the par tor him by tbe president Ills pOI'lUoDto the celnsus office. will be beneficial In that It will furnishes him an opportunity to Ira-offall times ot persons who are dead.

..i4el." : post system should seriously. and the government printing office be. Just as the president's action la stimulate business. press this fact upon convivial"officers. The''' nllmber' of these'names S. about,

': harmfully'alfect their business. Several comes that of the president's' personal) suspending Btllllngs al'being, announced The answer denies the road will sustain , of both branches of the service. two hundred and seventy-five.. Mr. ;

.' bills arenow.pending: In congress pro- representative and be Is proceedingwith 'committee of labor men of any loss and denies, too. that the 'Major' Hancock 'was charged 'with Doran willalso! mark off all names of

U, ,, .\\1.idln&, for Introduction, of a limited the Investigation' upon which he ,i Washington called at the white house road Is entitled to any more than 5 conduct..unbecoming an officer and a persona convicted or' who have removed '

."' :r ': parcels post .service to meet! the.merchants' Is to base his report to the president and presented to the 'president resolutions per cent on Its investment and Insists gentleman In 'that he failed to abide a from tho county. The prohlbllonlsts -

t{ objections, This proposed of conditions existing there and 'of the adopted by' the, local Central that 'there should be no return on franchise solemn and binding.pledJU with: reference are getting up an otnclal 'Ust''
""'!. service 'will '" the'rural best methods of putting the bl, piant to the use of intoxicating: llquoiw. of convicted persons and is said '1'j
L be 'confined to. Labor Union, on January 20, las" values,, u these do not represent, it
'x-(->'! ,routes radiating: from one jllstTibuting: on a business basis. charging' Stllllngs. '"wltft violations of .any capital put Into the enterprise. In a word, ho :was 'accused of having j jthe number Is quite large 'The' number

J.eent'r. The' proposed regulations fix'the 'Chairman Landlsjof the Joint congressional the elcbt-h ur law In the government Then the answer, goes on to allege become. intoxicated ,ftft ''swearing to ot r removals_ from 'the county 1 La

'.', limit of weight'for packages, which 'committee-which-. Inves. printing' office.-: that the affairs of the. company are abstain from the use 'liquors. The, also large. :.

F mail be. tent by mall at 11 pounds,. Instead tlgatlng alleged Irregularities' In the Mr. Stllllngs Is from BostonMass.; ., not economically managed and declares disregard of this oath 'was "unbecom I Supervisor,Doran says that he wilt

.of' 4 at' at present, government prlnUng'ofee, has given. and was/appointed,' 'public printer In that the management' Is extravagant| lug' an officer and a gentleman" It not go,to th.e extent of marking off all-

: *:<'ff The, present parcels poet-.'rate Is 1< out-tu following statement: 1905. lie had been'general manager large and''' extravagant salaries, being: I. cu.t mari In the army and PAY) names of persons who .hajre )moved into

\'T-ents a pound In our country:'where, !"The printing Investigation committee 'of bis'' father's': printing Ural In New paid to' the .general, officers, and' high to allow an officer who' imbibe. too ,other- districts without transfercertif '

,as- la: twenty-nine foreign countries It has been for some months, engaged ,York, and at various'times manager of employees freely and too,often to redeem himselfby icates, as It would -disqualify several

a t 'is 13 cents a pound; the 'Unilt 'of ''In ,Investigation:'of J Information the printers' board of trade 'of' WashIng .: It, Is declared, that since June, 1905; taking the pledge, Then It ho falls'' hundred people who have not thought

weight Sn''twenty-four'' of those c un. which will afford a ;complete'' analysis ton .and of New;:York.:. -Mr.Roeal the'salary '(\f the president has been 'off the water wagon"; be .is. subject 'toy'trial of the requirements of'the law.
:tries being ,,11 pounds.;., of'the' problem of publlo printing, .for ter also' ame from Massachusetts, and Increased from $15.000 to'$20,000;' tbe by courtmartlal, and tills Is What i.

{ At present the rate of-transportation, the department'and 'for'congress''for.the"last had connections ''Jn New York" and second vice president' from $10,000 happened .to ,,Major Hancock, White Man Lynched.

f, fcy' mall for' a package of merchandise three years Till.: commission Washington before assuming office" lathe to $t%;,000.the office of general superintendent jac Newberry was the scene' of a. lynch
} 'weighing' 4 1s 64 cento.. If the'' started thl, 'Inquiry, November 13 created" c.onvlll. Man, Indicted.. '
pounds .on census bureau In 1S90. : with _a salary of Tlfe ( Ing a few days ago. Jack Long white ,
xrk department's Is into rrect 'a. by a letter..addressed' to the various $8,000 another of Catoosa county,. Georgia, grand
pjan) put Mr, Ltindls made the followlng'statetnents. ; Job superintendent "lttln& 1|I arrested for the murder of BUM Sapp.,
'' '
jury; 'at returned
** package of'merchandise'weighing not executive: departments 'The replies to In' which .Senator' Whyte and of motive) created with a salary Rlnggold, a prominent farmer recently was (a* f
,4. 'nore< than 11 pounds can be transported this Inquiry win cover alt of the gorenment tAf. Perkins;concurred' of $4,800: freight traffic manager; true bills against R. II.' Ellis of' Jacksonville ; ken from the Jail by a mob"of 204'citizens "

; q" for ,,12 .cents a pound to any publications and will divide1 "There ,was referred 'by the Joint created at $6,000; general freight and J.' F,. Slngler, of Chattanooga ;; : sod hanged to a tree. nest the

point .at ,home or abroad. The proposed the' printing Into two classes! -publlcations committee* on printing to the subcom agelnt Increased from $4,200 to ",GOO; I ) 'his chauffeur on the charge scene of, the crime.Long : '

'yt !new late will apply as, follows: and miscellaneous. An"Inquiry mittee'of the printing Investigation' general passenger agent from $3,600 of the murder ,of J. B. Smith an aged I I I had been under suspicion ever' ,

_ One ounce '., _. .. ? :. .. .. 1 cent' was also addressed to the' government commission;authorigsd to Inquire lnto to $3,900; assistant general'passenger farmer residing near liinggold.- I' since the murder Jack 'Long waa *

Over 1 'ounce 'and not exceed- printing office calling for still further the general ;matt rof printing: and' agen\, from $2.700 to $3.000; cashier' During the mouth-"of August 1907: brother 'of the man whom dam. Bapp.'

ing 4 ounces r..t . .. . .2 cents Information. None of these report. binding, composed.of Sena tori Wbyte; frotnUOOO'to; "$2,400; In* fact. It Isdeclared.tbat .Mr. Ellis, accompanied: by a'woman ':'.011 of Ella Sapp killed a year-ago.. '

"" Qvpr'3 ounce and not exceed- 'Ore aa yet completed and after' they Judge P rWns"'and) 'myself proposal slnca .Jnly 1, 1905- the of the town, hired an''auto'In Cbatta- Sam Sapp made his escape. and baa

Lag 4 ounces'i.' ,.. ... 8 cents have been submitted It !Is Ukely .that submitted to 'the'' Joint"committee: .by :general(,.officers'"P&1. roll has increased noga 'and 'were on their- 'way to Ring- I never been\ captured. lb.'rain wheat

Over 4 ounces anA not exceeding several weeka will be occupied.In compiling 'tie."Bntfol: <; Distributing/ company,:.of $21,000a. 'year.' = gold, when the automoblla. ran Into the I Sam Sapp killed: married <3spp's deter ,

5 ounces .a . .. .. . 4 cents and analyzing their data.AVhlI ,New York. withthe reque'stto?report It Is also declared in the answer that wagon of Mr. Smlth.who 'was returning]J' and was killed on account of, the alleged .-- '
e ? Over 5' ounces and not exceeding a comparison: of cost Is'not the'prl- oaths question of any relations which' the general,''counsel draws $10,000 a from Rossvllle; with a coffin for. a I mistreatment his "wife.: + '

I '6 ounces'_.- . . .i 5 cents' raaryj object of ,thls' Inquiry, It Is' one ,might exist ,Between,the,laid company year, In,, that office and $5,000 aa division relative. ,The 'wagon was overturned | Ellas Sapp' wasNme' of" the' most

..Over. 6'ounces al1d"not'exceed. 'of the ,Important objects and 'It'Is the and: the Audit. System, a ,corporation counsel; that:A.'H. Lawton of the andMr. Smith was thrown out on his'' prominent citizens .of Alschna ''county. '

;",,. ing 8.ounces: n' .. ..' .t 8.centsOvej purpose of the' commission to make employed In the government'printing law firm, afctlng as general counsel head. He aroused dled.a'few hours.later. Tho The west 'end of' the county; Is very:;

w" 8.ounces and"not exceedin -. the Investigation'as'thoroughas. '' pos office to ,install a cost audit and In gets f-1,800 aa a director, of the Allan accident tbe indignation of the much wrought up over hit murder.

_ 5 a J ounces. .', . .. . 9 cents sible." 'ventory, '.yatem..' 'Uo Compress company, an entirely separate citizens of the entire county and an t-
Over 12 ounces\ and not exceeding .. The' act' under which the, treasury- "The committee had'been reliably Informed corporation 'and It Is alleged effort war made to apprehend both the I the "
In exhibits Florida
securing\ ,
'1. pond \ --.- '',*> .. ,12 cents department decided ''.accept; 'Mr. ,that the Audit System and'Its 'that,this Is a misapplication .of the chauffeur and the .occupants 'of the International at","'v'

'For :a. local parcels "post .on- rural .nosslter's bond was that. of January, "auxiliary company the'Audit' System , ompanys funds, A. R. Lawton of the 'auto 'without any success.Cashier Midwinter'Jacksonville ,, Exposition sal:
Manager I3uckley kept >
!r route the department propo.o'l the( fol-: 1893, which' provides that In case of Supply company not only exerted what : general counsel firm' Is also 'down" In trn.oaJ'anctmade: .
out for the epeclal -
lowing rate death, resignation, absence or tllnesi the answer $10,000 I In- Role of Lunatic.
.. ; '' seemed to the committee an undue and as drawing a year efforts'to .socure such displays a*' .
One.,bound . ..,' .. >.;: .+, ,', 5 Cents 'of the public printer,the chief clerk ot Improper Influence In the-government for' acting as" vice president, although The preliminary! trial 'of George C, demonstrate'some ,
would new or unfamiliar -
JEactt additional pound, up to the government printing omce should printing office, but were also InterestedIn be mentioned: as the senior memberof Scudamora, former cashier or the Pen- lineof work.; "' the) usefulv

'i- .limit.of 11 pounds -;.. ... .. .. 2 cents2"onusmg perform the duties' of public printer 'the purchase of supplies, for (he government "the flrm"acUog! as general counsel. saaola Bank and -Trp1t company! was prove 'heretofore
_ ness of some product
or'less cent until a successor was' appointed or such abruptly ended whe counsel for the
i v. :;rOver I' and up to 4 'ounc"1':2 cents absence"'or 'Ulne.. shall cease. ,It also The subcommittee, after the examination Other elcfeed: exiraraganCcs' are' accused moved for the appointment, Is"being done along lines, promls-!;,

.Over'4 'and up. to 8 ounces'T. $ cents provides that ole president In his discretion -of these witnesses, felt that the mentioned, among thenTtbe moving of of a lunacy commission to examine Into, add '
tug ta to comfort of all&and lessen
Oven 8 and. up to.13 ounces ,", '4 cents authorise.'and direct"any other testimony' given by them, In connection( the company's) office. In Macon to a.bllldln the sanity of the defendant. : I cost of necessaries..' With this object

c., ;g verlJ. Bounces and up 'to 1 officer of the government ,''WhOile'ai: with'' other representations made to the owned,,bT' s.. R Jacquesone, The action followed a scene In". the In view he' secured, as apart of th*
,;, "'; v' 'pound .,,., .... ,...,#'. Hi., .-,15 cents: pclntment is vested In the president brand 'members' of the.committee.! Justified a of tbe directors, at a' high' rentaL AU court room'when: Scudamor'a. after being exhibit. to be placed on dlsplay'by'
1C wilt be readily seen, that unde 'with the advice and consent"of the request .that. .In fairness to Mr, Stll :'o( these salaries' and: expenses given: silent and manifesting no Interestin' Seabreexe and 'samples, of the

'i\t.\ : 'thufplan local merchantj will be'able senate to temporarily' perform the duoUei"'oj. sings as well as'tome committee "and are declared to be excessive. 'and unreasonably the trial whatever, ,, suddenly leaped. .
work 'done by W. F.< Rottlen of Day
_ 'r: "s ,tt>'hbld'aod increase their trade on th e the: 'vacant omce. Under the to the government and to all concerned high from his seat and attempted to 'wrest i tona with the saw, palmetto and the>

_ '..;. 'rural routes.It will,'iglve to'; the ruling'' of,, the. treasury 'officials, Mr. thepribllc:printer be temporarily suspended -. It Is, declared t'hat'If' the company the books'' And records of 'the bank, cabbage? palmetto. '

'!'*farmers'and patrons of.these'routes an i RO.lltercan.hav', no>> ,other standlrfs! pending the result of the Inquiry was 'economlcal!/managed, 5 per cent which bad.been introduced as -_

Increased; service from' the: R,$ F. D. I than that of personal representative of now In..hand." Could 'be paid on $its 'entire ..capitalizetlon. from the bank officials, and it'eYldenCe'l .Anearly' morning, -- flr' the. '" "vbusiness .
J' destroyed
:*ver what-they'"now'enjoy. I the president without specific authority ;;. four or five'deputies to force 9.
of Wauchola.. .'
portion Among .
".. 'belief ostma.ter In matters the Into his chair,,. It bad been,stated rtnceIt' I ; .
vlt. Iii 'the o( ;-Gea- ; pertaining to; ;manag, ':BANKER 'MORSE SKIPS OUT.: the 'losers were' the City Bakery;,. Prv" t
'"' 'sal Meyer that the, plans, recom-, : meat .of, the. omce: I LIBERATED- : BY '"T USTI.ES." became known that the former Cashier I vatt A Swindell, A.-O. Clarel'e store.A. .'
: :> the : . : s. -, was short about $40,000, that when
mended by,, poetofflca department i ---- .Heaves New York on Eve of ,Court ., A T, Millinery company'. 'stcre.Whltshnrsfs .
-. will beneftt"the"country'merehantl.inetaadof ;. .PENNYPACKERINVOLV.EDf Proceedings" Against Him.Following' Sensational Feature of Escape of Prisoners he came to trial insanity 'would probably pool roomf'Ittman's fur
T ,4 be the and .,, :.0
plea, during the
Injuring their trade, : prellmlnary
from Atlanta Jail.' '
I .
the :lDsUtution"of nlture store, ,Norman's abr.'City; Resttiurant o,
an action ,
Name of' trial be acted ,,
as though In.
Pennsylvania Ex-Governor '
i Is
... . After'along: and ? shoe
V searching Investigation and Kelly's) store. ,
'''THOUSANDS ''DESTITUTE. ,i Mentioned In Graft C.... In the supreme court at New TorkWednesdayagainst sane "
I .
.' Into .the mysterious Jail delivery Peace River1 hotel In courseifiereo-, .
'I The names of former Governor Peanypacker. Charles W. Morse
,. at Atlanta of John.Harper and: Qeo train.havo tlOg, was damaged to_''the extent of' ,
| for 8urf.rlg'; People In, Phlla- .and former Attorney General the: CTiarles Two more recently.,*een
i banker;
.5 I' : by A. Manna. Barton, Sheriff Nelms declared It to : $1ISOO; but was saved tf hard work.' '* ;
suspended the Pen aeol
Hampton L, 'dlrl.lon
delphla'a Mill Dlstrldi. were brought Into I
a UnitedStates".. "' bank'.xaminer. ; to recover be, his opinion that the prisoners had Louisville'and (f .
Aft appeal for"aid for destitute peo. the capitol prosecutions at llarrlsbnrg, effected. tb"lr escapethrough'' the Nashyllle. Local '
.# pie la'--the Kensington mill district of Pa, .by the 'testimony of Stanford''' B. $243.821.2Lth.. balance, due on of two trusties.oe. the nil freights '-Nps.' 28 and 33 have been'taken 1' The'large 'plants and lumber mills''
and John
** Lewis certain promissory notes 'given by off:the assigned of Steam Culver at Bagdad near
Phfl.delphlaons, or"'the greatest Indasclal assistant of.Arobitect'Joseph M. Groves, who had been allowed ,reason being '
/ ''center.. in"'the -world was Huston.'at the trial for alleged conspiracy ,,Morse, to..the 'National Bank ,of NorthAmerica ,:'freedom Inside the JalL'' comparative lie lack of business' .to'warrant their con '< Pensacola stopped a few days' ago. because -.

+' .ma fe'at< a meellnc, -)londay of- tile of Contractor J., H", Sanderson the receiver was Informed Stated' further that be would, ask the tlnusnce.: No.;"28 ,was a dally, runningover the 300 employee declined to
Central' Labor. Union.'. The. ,union former: Auditor Qenoral\ Snyder for grand of tho Pensacola division between stand a cut; of 15 cents per day In their"wages.
that Morse/had probably gone toVCu- Jury Fulton county to'lndlct
.y claimed' :that, from 85,000 to 1SO.OOO mer. State Treasurer Mathues and former Williams and Grove that city and Flomaton while |No. 33, .- It la to be regretted that some ,
men women and children In the district Publlo Buildings) Superintendent rope.or departed" ,elsewhere' from N\'w aiding'and on the the charge- ran between Pensacola and River Junc amicable, 'adjustment .could not hav -.
', :are In need, of,relief.: Shumaker-, 9 York' 'to -b. gone for an indefinite period criminals.. escape. of tion, connecting at that point 'wlth the been effected' and the' men kept at,
r f . if ifI '
work.j -
l , Seaboard Air Line. It also made dally !
t .- trips. The passenger train'on tie Yel- I t ':
WETOR DRY.. ELECTION WAVES THE .oLivE' BRANCH.Van I MORE WORK OP-'NIGHT' RIDERS. PROHIS BEFORE low River" division Is ,n'so' discontinued While ,,asleep,'In a' Pullman; car In

";":: .' .. -. .--- COMMITTEE. until business' Increases.. The' reduc- the 'railroad yards' at Jacksonville, : [';

'.:. :Ti rsst Prohibition 'ouestlon'1ns:Jack_' i Cleave Wants ,Organized Labor ;We1l-Armed'. Mob- Visits Farms, Use Delegation, Urges-. of'Whllk.y tion (In operating'' expenses has lieu 1"pneak thief visited the berth'of Dr O.' "
'1 Bonvllle Subjected. Petition..: and Capital to' Cease Fighting Torch, Guns'' and Lash. ': very marked.\ many trams\ being taken 1'L.' Norton ,of Adrian, Mich.:, who was,
.,. '''The* prohibitionists, W Delda7'IIr.. ."Let us'cease lighting.; Let organized : .. Shipments Into Dry States from regular runs,, wbll* telegrapher; j,accompanied by his wife an.i'.sou. robS,
Nightriders between
t. .e tbd, to the 'Duval county, commlstoaers "labor' ,; nt 'capital;CO 'forward' hi ,.., ..thirty Jflve and tlepresentatlves of the prohibition clerks; --switchmen1 and 'road men; had blcg him'or $500: In caab: and-bis gold''

.J4. at .Jacksonville, Fla4. a petition peace, nowthat tke'sppreme'Court"ot' fifty strong.: ''wellumftd'aDd mounted .party,'the Anti-Saloon League of AmerIca been let 'out: pending better -!lulln 8i1 watch. Dr.,, Norton's clothing -was. '

;:calllpjt tor a wet or dry-elecUon.:h > the.: United' Statesr has determined the ;' visited the farms of Hugh_C, Lawrence ,:the'Woman's' Ohrlt-tJan Temperance 'on me'system., found atone end of.the car: !but there"Is tt%

Tfie prohibition,leader claim the petldoa'contains'the"names -:' rights of-each. n'Quid', be: too bad i Did-Wasb'Tuckerwlthla, .- .. :' three 'miles ;'Unloa and,church organisationsappeared _, ,. M\ f .no" clue, to. the' thief ,

; of 2,800 reg.istered"roterl'while If'the'employers' are-forced .to. drastic of,Adams' Ton'n."Frlda1 night; 'destroy The Tamp.. fair'featured an alralilp..' _ l'' .....
.J.( : *under ,the' law. measures:to: protect': their" property, aid'' Thursday before the" house but an: accident on its Initial appear-is' .At ,a mgetlnla, Wasblnttoa Monday ' +

.i.Ij' .' I 'only 3,250, names tare -.requlred' The "from 'etlmSaal" '.pract c.ea.'.T ' -the barns on both farms, together committee" ] on"'the. ,.judlclar: ; to.urgea.fayorabla ... anco'piit the'big Silken 'bag out,of commission -< night; esataUv.Jl"ran1c'Clark'; ; iV;

'llsi";..... 'referred 'to ,i''a. committee, tocheck' ,' ,Such'Is the'ollve .branch'waved be with" ,120,000 pounds o(, ,tobacco, aband' report on one or more of the, Horace D. 'Wild bad ,Just, of the --jnd district.was". unanimously -/ / ,

.".,,:..<.. : off the names.. This" --committee. fore iaborl"poet'by _James W. ,Van' wounded Lawrence and his' son bills to protect:"dry" .districts from ,! made a trial trip oyer,the fall grounds elected ae r.etaryof tie democrat t .

'" ::4;," f,wa% chen' until, February'15;, ,tom ake Cleave, preeldant of the National..As- Bradley. Lawrence'and: whipped a"neCTOIn receiptof; interstate.aY well .as 'Intro- When gas'escaping from a hose .ignited congressional campaign :-committee. ; V. '

.; . Ita"report sedation.... .of-of-Manufacturers.. ) an unmerciful manner. state shipments uof liquors. the ship and completely: ,destroyed. . John T. Lloyd 'of Mississippi ,was .!.... -;>

C P The 10..1. estimated at ".OO i lAs ed chairman. & ,;|

.*f ,-':,"-"_ ; '4H s WELL? PAID.' -,: the' result of a misunderstanding I'I 'At. Bontfay a few, Cb .':eigoJA.I'.:: '6
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'For". Aiding :Two Prlsonera 'to Escape) Introduced. ln, .' "by. DemocraticLader.John Recomrriendatlorr.. ,Mississippi! Ltgls- Salaries of Island' Representative: in over e. debt, If Is alleged, J. T, Chester', Strickland, sv- prominent "planterj.. wai'f .
'from th*' Atlanta. Jail. 8."Wlllam| ; 1 lature by, Governor Noel.. Congress Are Fixed. proprietor of, a. .rd road restauranwag t. I] shot.and perhaps mortallr.wounded':! r' ';t.
Jailer, 'What will} ioown aV Governor Noel ' shot:and.Instantly'killed.,at High : :
,. 'Former'Night Jim Drown ,of be ,, "the'minority ,, 'of Mississippi baa A joint adopte-1 '
; :tp4'.Oower'and. ; ,John_Groves"attd.J.., (X currency blll ;:Swas- Introduced'', in 'the sent a message toothbousea; ) ot..tbelegislature. the"'',bou. ';resolution of'' / by Bprrngs by.his atop brother, W. H. T"tti-1 ,J6y; a window reading'iandhis. >:

'I rp;;,",\ Itams[' the ..two'.-trnstlewere.laled :; house Friday'by.:'Representative John recordmrndlag t>fat,saloons ,t giving to ,each: :.representatives'of' tile! two reifyenl:p'i: pay, pie Both: teen- 'were,,prominent i ,"-'and 12-year-old .aw .bas; *>e n" ;}_arrested,: }

,' 1 by the grand Jury.t.Atlanta. on Sharp' Wllllafes-''Mlssisayppi.domo.eratle'leaderehe.'drew ; -', be Doted tout of existence 'At'the earliest Philippine commissioners, \ "congies the' killing. created', excitement Tempt charged with having -oominltted; the
.5 ','the of aiding, ':poIslble ,' hot Are! times,, sad whlla' ia,, held! crime. 'Tbe'boyharadmittOdbI'gW1tt, .,
: J" :ciargo: John'Harper'andVnA ; ; the measure moment and an amend the name salary of 7,600 enjoyed .. : ...
,, JoAn313artontoe.eape, ;; : 'nn.X'ipndb' ktll ...a.'rasult. .tot' a 'conference 'of ,delno- ment for'constltntlonal'prohibition,. be. .m.mberi and.senator*,.'wlU,: 'an 'additiOnal hy Cheater around the' o ie ball missed -,!and; says ,that,.hs| :vnu>ther ;persuades ./' *

4pits;.$ c4nif.returned.. .,sijatost the-tHree.,, cra..i\ hDc\;Olosed'dodrt... submitted? to:! the'people.. 12,000'each in lieu of' mileage. the mark .and Jplerced Temple's to shoot Ala fath uv promising ] '
'... "" ", \ It la that Chester. went a'horse and,buggy.If; .h.u: :
r i 4r ,,,J',, '''',J- "#" ft ''oj', '' '" ,. :>fter('Tempi"with) ,e ''kalte.; killing,hlsfc-W, to'i t- ." ,', .
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i Office in Valley Gazette Building. .
1M11E&'O OLACOUNTr. Score, of .Florida Citizens Have . -
Learned It1 / I :;
Waters & Carson Grocery Co
M. HARRIS, Editor mad Prop'r. If you suffeF"from backache, I
There Is only one way to cure It. You Get Prescriptions Correctly wb.l.nel. era R.tatl D..1.rsia .
SUBSCRIPTION BATES; : The perfect war Is-. to cure the kid.
.._._ ....... ..... .. .. ... ..1100o.u.a. De,.,. Filled, at Reasonable: Prices. '
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OB*con.Mm _........ .. ....... .. .,. LAn ,*A bad back means sick kidney

.._ ....... Neglect It, urinary L'oubles''follow.' It makes no" blank Hector "
au. difference whose
w.iii ottlaw t rom our your writes
*.... nw.Ml..>tai._UM........... bir..... writer.Italwrtod Doaq's Kidney Pills are made for L
salts wUI not b. raturnwl nnteMntand kidneys p.ip.) his Prescription on,'we can fill them correctly. AGENTS POR +
o ..... low.
S.' n. Lemons, clgarmaker' living Wo are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES, which bare
. pClMrimniM.lea,M at 1311. Ashley' street Tampa, Da., guaranteed.. .11 A Y Celebrated Fertilizers O1lATEMO1tAlN raattn : "I used... 1 Doan's Kidney Pills ,
say ,
and they cured fie of backache anti '. .. E T 'C ..
14,1007. disorder' of the kidneys. Two S : '
Friday, February or FUL'L. Circular. sad Price
I three limes on account of the pain In LINE TOILET. 'ARTICLES.o.ram.rllwdr Pre.isY.a.r Apptiatl.r. r }
my back I wan unable. to go to work II
I for snversl da>"s. The secretions of "'\
It certainly begins to look
W.-J. Urraa, of Nebraska, will beleeted"presldent the kidneys were In a very bad condition '
dark In the United l States
of .. beat stand would, become;: of the.consistency l-_ : HIDES ,
while our own W, J. stands, th

United kind BreeKe.A/ of. a States show..'.of Senator being-Tropical elected taking medicine of jelly,what and I tried seemed I, also various.put' like on gallons remedies plasters of J.W TAO ffiPS i$ 'pkfur; n1; Jt Oo-u.aa.tr3r: Produce & Speot alt .

but nothing helped' me at all until I i y,. ,
Kidney 1"111. upon the advice -
_ L Saturday Tampa man went a ch"llp-and into a saloon quiets of a friend' of mine and using . .. J I All.I. Kinds: of : , K . _Hwwwa1Y '
get -- .c -- C -
them '
5cordlnsr to direction
: they {
s lass of beer. While there he saw a cured me in a very short time" FUNERAL DIRECTOR i I made .to Order, ? 4 rdfirs.rRa.h.krttsrr4recxh 8rxhxtk Acr/Ye.+Ik t
fellow who had owed him small bill f
For-sale by all dealers. Price 50Cents. '
for six months tor which/ he had .. l'ollter-l\1 Uburn LICENSED: EMBALMER I .

N been 'asked, fl ve times, <:come la and New York, sole,. agvnts-for Cot the{Juffalo UniteStates. .a I/1' Prompt attention. Given to :
blow fifty cents for (rood straightwhUhey = Floyd & C.'o..i'

out of for doors a crowd.right quick He had to to avoid step Remember 1 the'nameboan'sandtake : 15-e-a-m .If. Also' Nice Line of'. Ladies'' 'and I I I ,.. orders telegraph.PHONE sent by mall., or , ,

burning a blood vessel or committing noother.-- =
assault with latent, u .klll.-' --- .__ '_ ___u. ,Gents' Burial'Robes. . 4l1! .
Tampa Dally Times. < Residence West 'Side of' GROCERS .1
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lie 78_, 'Court House Square.,

Prohibition In Georgia seems to be I 1Ir....... .......,,...,.., .. ........ ... '
taklpg favorably with the|ieOpoerywhore ) I Ev- D.1WTUNDQ &.A>& aofl.x'Y.-!lcA'........ .. ;iIk... :tAt b lir sA i NEW NEW I
In the State, In some of the I ,., _;;:....= .n--: : . _- I -
strongest whiskey towns, we' notice II . $. '
there is a move on foot to' have the I ;

} filled places with occupied enlerurlslnir by the business saloon firm men R. L.. HARRIS M. 'Jx, J. H. MC. BWAN.! Full Line of High Grade Fresh :.)> ,

of other IIDPS of, business and town 4 5 Family and Fancy Groceries .

Imprpvements continue to fro on at and ,Family Gro- -. HARRIS' SANATORIUM. FREE DELIVERY ,
than before ..
a more rapid pace i
whiskey went out. Prohibition at ceries.
ways brings (food results to .b town. ORLANDO. FLA = ; \ if'
Watch Georgia towns arrow In the """"'" Prices Night Kissinlulee. Flu. :;:
future.-High Springs Messenger.It A Private Institution built and equipped with aft modern .. .M It "

proposed the Fresh Fruits, Nuts andConfectiorieri conveniences for Surgical work and.the care .{and 'treatment' of IPJSi'-urv. grxY'4 r'Rr'r'RrF' I1 iFallr litUE-rt/P'.Y !a i
Is to elevate liquor the sick. .
'aloon. la IV possible that Intolll- .
Kentpeop1e{ would bo asked to consider s., Term \,Reasonnble. Write for Particulars. BUDDED TREES, >l .
such ,a, proposition? The liquor " i -.. !
saloon is the rattlesnake of our
modern social life. It 1* 6 vulture i \ t
It Is the : --::::-.--=- --- .-. Islesworth
and'a parasite In one. < Full Line Canned Goods
devilfish of modern commerce. It
produce nothing but drunkenness, Cigars and Tobacco.
I' debauchery, crime and death and CHASE CO., IvorrtiETons J.W. HOARD '
when Us work la finished, It eventu- 4%% l
ate In the destruction of many of the We will have ready for next Pall and Winter planting) a general .. ,
best boys and elrls and men and i assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie . +' ,;
women of our land. "The Trade" Goods are All Fresh and ties. Our treed are budded on jl'ood. healthy rough Lemon and
can no more be elevated than mad Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insect. pests of any kind' .
Prices All budded from bearing tree In our and therefore ;'
dog. can be elerjtted. It can no more groves true to y
be made Innocent and good than name. Our facilities for growing/ nursery stock are second to
blood poison can be made Innocent Low.'r' none and-our tree are as line as mosey and twenty year' exper,. '
and festering canker fence can produce. We are tusking a specialty this season of the l I
consuming ulcer ''' famous California Valencia Late which is destined t '.
Ing, o( our national Florida,Midwinter Exposition ,Now Open. to become 'the ..
life, and the man who assumes that Fence Poets for Sale.I greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direst ?
there is any way to purify a bus have a fine lot of round llffhtwood Palace of Inductry, IIbowlnatbe: Industries of Florida Japanese Baraar, from the best bearing trees. in tbe district now famous for pro .
liebent Valenclaa la California.Write .
ducing (
either ad, fence which will be delivered : i
loess so Inherently vicious posts Iffgorote. VIIIsee. Streets< of Cairo, the Degts DamiiT'1h tn the United
vertlses his own ignorance or his anywhere In Kissimmee. Prices;6-ft.' State'Special' Features. Every Day, Free Acts. Flrenoik for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha. Fla., or call and see our NorCard -,,\ '

belief Fraternal In the Record.folly of the populace.. lOc; 7-ft., 12Jo; 8-ft.'15c.T. H. SMITH. Admission 2SCeut.. ,. 'Low Rates OH All Railroads. series at Waco on Florida Midland.R..R.. .. r: ;

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May 19th. and. June 16th DateaSet WATCH ''THISSPACE.CITY !
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"F Feb. 11.-At the'meeting : .- - - .--.. , ;
of the state democratic executive 1\\ ----S-s rill t

committee today It was (fdeeclded to 0.00000000Kissimmee ; "'. ".. ...... "'. ,....., "' ...... ...... ......, .. ....... ....!lJj
bold tbe first primary election on -THE-- .
May 19th, and second ,on June 10, t MIL ""AOIo4, t. "" MAQ M, ill if of Thanksk l r

and ,Arthur was T.elected Williams chairman, of Jacksonville of the. Drug (Co.; , S 4e'EDITOR

committee to-succeed,D. U Fletcher, . MACH BROS..
'resigned. 'c' C' ._ "j!" \
The resignation of W. J.: Bryan VALLEY GAZETTE: 1

n. A., Burford and,, the George four' vacancies L. Dahl, WHAT WE DO FOR 'YOU. 1 Livery Feed'and Sale, Stable f "-
were accepted Wears too busy this week winding the old business '
up year's toJ ,
being filled by the election of S. F?:. .... .
"Utllbiiro, of Palatka; .S.' J. Dlitch, We the largest and WOODDRAYINQEverything : J I write an advertisement, but. you can just'say to our friends and ; '. r,
of Marlon; R. D. Knight, of Jacksonville carry j ,,cus". .::
and C. O ,Codrlngton, of most varied stock of our. line : tomers that we are truly"'grateful for the '
Volusla. ,Chairman Williams" was in town. r Is ,New and First Class. We will \ I : splendid patronage tha as "

& authorised to appoint a campaign a slender Prompt anil Satisfactory Service i been accorded us during the Tit ,, :.
pass" and will ,
oomlttee of five others besides himself We carry none but the | j year endeavor to rn a '. "
and Secretary Dodo% and that committee freshest and purest of. drugs \ Day or NI bt. .All Kinds II continuance of the same in the future. =
is all details / .r;;>>:
to arrange. .for at all times. Heavy Hauling. :
the. primaries. '!-i
The meeting was harmonious and Your prescriptions are filled ,AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113. ( Very truly ". : "
lasted but little more than one hour. by 'a Graduate in Pharmacy. - - J ij ti e

Tblrt In-elJrbfol congressional attendance.the,.fifty-nice The committee second memberswere district met besides five, ? years'actual' experience H. C. STANFORD:: CO., '

'also and adopted the same dates for Doesn't' this mean something ..-
the primaries as the state committee. '
? N{AMYV1rV NN1ti-en%; bw i.wa aooooeec oooooooa ,
A new campaign comittee was elected .
and resolutions were adopted congratulating We carry sufficient help to $ C A. CARSON. J: A. CRANFORD. 8. L,LUPFER." .
Congressman Frank; Clark Frc.ld.nt. Vkw.PrMid.nt. ,. ,
upon his election as secretary of the deliver your packl.&ea''within.. .Sunny South Stables. $ .. 8eeNtaJy. : t "

national congressional l. committee of. a few moments after the,pur .. ) : '
'.5 chase. 'This is not idle ;

Revival boasting business;, but and we we want know your. L. H. INQRAM, Proprietor I KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. :I i

we _......_. .._ ..._ .
R... Raleigh; Wright the Evan. can please. '***********!* ..l. --... .. +r',
gellst will begin a'series of 'meeting i .
: B OAD>AV j I -dRough r ;ett
at the Baptist on Sunday ,
Feb. 23. He will be assisted "by -
Walter l:. Rodgera,.the"sweet gospel $ and Dressed
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'singer, who will arrive next: Wednesday Kissimmee Drug Co. or I Pb.r.102
1.------------- $
t'' Feb. 19th to organize his "

choir All the and singers get ready town for, the are meeting.Inrltedto Kissimmee Fla... i Well equipped with ,New Stock, and Vehicles and.1$ Pine Lumber. '

;, prepared to meet n demands with f +
) meet Mr.' Roger at. the'Baptist Perfect Satis- ;
church nazi Wednesday evening.. < ; faction. : "' j .
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Waited. BARBER SHOP ( ''I

} =Uve Sandhill, Crsnes.Otters. ; Wood ,. < . '.HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. HOUSE BILLS AiCSPEC ALTY. ,
Ducks and Big Fox Bq rrreli. High r d : ,. > ; ;

t, prices paid., Dr. Cecil: French, Naturalist Now Open for Businessin . . .. .
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,' WabingtooD.C., oot 25 7m. ,
Patrick's Old Stand ._.. .. -
fiver From tii. Mo..t..... 0 MALSBY '
NEW CHAIR, y i.1otirlM'Yr'iF :'MACHINERY'. '
Ballards snow Liniment. is praised "' ..F fI3 xr'r P 4...F"M'f+Rr'tiP... ......... ,,
ior UM good it doea. .A aura cure for NEW RAZORS r! (... JACKBONVILLR. RLA.
Ito y Rheumatism and all pains. Wright .. NORTH, K1SSS1MMEE HONE NO. aDtaterc. Pk.r.aTazoc.... Ra, wt__ _ -
',W. Loving, Grand Jonction Colo., NEW'EVERYTHING 8. 4'f

.Liplment '..' ., .. PortabU Btalloner7'Ene" t

1 and can reocomend It .as the best i ...Satisfaction.' Guaranteed.. C.: .W. Griffin ,log aDd Machinery Boilers; Sawmills andHupplle; Woodwork-Corn-, >, M

liniment on tbe market. I thought .: pleas line carried In stock. :Liberal '
r at. the time I was>'taKen down withthis ere 'NO NAV.tfini terms.> Writ for -
t trouble that It'would be a week wS catalogue.
? agent. for the,Old* O** and

a bator I.jour could liniment get about several but on time applying Spaotsb Jack'f.. Sale.8pagisli .. !f Fancy Family Groceries: = Orsohre Erglrsa *,
during' the night I was about In 48 : .
'.,,*, boor and ...1110 three d.ys'I 1 Sold Jaek7;. 15 band* high, 5 I .
& w by'Bobersone Pharmacy.u.f . years old, Wall' trained.' Must be 1 Preslt' Meats.: MACHINERY ;1,
C I old on account of death of the owner: ** :
Dr. : Moore and "Henry' Stanford also six young nor***. I'uqulr..o i j'j'I t :Dellry'livery': bay'srr *nr Hour1; Pathonsge'8oliclte&eVafY. '
went down to Tamp Tuesday. after.ROOR L. H. Ingram, Klsiimme,or.I. I,. \ vf *'*' **. _"V .:
... to' take to-to*''"fair.:, Platt:, A. t.oo. - '. .3-ti. .,.. .....,.'.......... i/i.cJRi;:..-' .... v MM ,US YOUR :JOB .PRINTING. r?y q ; i '

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Our line IN tJlel. r Furniture l t Most Complete Line of Christmas Crockery '

\l)8t best and prettiest i

'ever In Klssljnince' and' Ever Displayed in Kissimmee., "

MARKED Rockers of all kinds
are LOW. ,
Book Cases. Side Boards, .. We have ""a beautiful! .assortment o"
Fancy Silver Piece. Vases Cups and .
4.. China Closets Dining I Saucers,,Cake Plates.-. .Berry and Winter
k t i Sets. Salad Dl.he Kto. bunt fall to l''

Chairs, Oak -Suites, Iron, ., se, them

Beds and Bed Springs.: 1 1 }; ', t FOR'THE CHILDREN

FuliLIneAjSpendid We have complete line of Doll. Doll '

'W'C. arry a :, Carriage. Hocking Horses, Drum,.
.p Ball, Air Ouni, Express Wagons. BIO
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' KISSlmm66 vancu6az6tt6I Wade; the Tuner. Orlando. Try the new barter' shop Kvery- '7heTent! Meeting. Washington's Birthday.
::r The thing new and,up-to-date. Sharp ra ,
' .--.- --- For" Bicycles I Shanibarfrer. -Or store clean-towels. first-class service. The revival-meetings being Atl:::10 o.'jolock.. next Friday" afternoon *. 11 I

THLKPHONB NO. 11. lando. 9-flt-. r or first-class vwprk. patromjia the held here'by Hev Jno.. U.' and Fetf.! :21st the pupils of the

., Mr. S. A. Lancaster, of Marlon, White Star Laundry. Quinn Edmondson Burke Culpepper grow in attendance High School will render the following I.'S.
.. . 111., U a guest at the Park. will call for and deliver your and Interest with each service.. Theleading Waahington's Birthday program; at
,:., PUBLISHED-EVERY FRIDAY packages. 47-tf members'OT all churches In the school auditorium; +
F -BY" Quinn Edmondson will call and geyour : town are taking an active part in the Son*, .. .."&tt.. Hymn of Republic" f ,.
packaged/ for the White Star \ For Sale."A fine Berkshire Boar; services and the 'meeting Is a union High.
W. B HAAP"EI.f 'Laundry. 47-tf one year old.weighs about. 400 pound. one In every sense of the word. Each Rwltatkm. School
also three other hogs evening the altar is crowded with 'By Sown I.IUU Boy of tile First Omd
t ML.'GraceJolley Saturdayand W. H. WEAVER. penitent and all ...', .. ;
k' OP''ICIAL'WEATHEA REPORT.Avermire spent *,, the'membership of "A Tribute to WMhlmton". 1k'I
Sunday at TjOughman with her the churches is being largely; increas Ur t
,1. temperature forweek* ending. Thursap friend Mies Annie Ruth Hoi low a,. Spring goods l arriving dally. Lots ed. ; "('o1l1mble tbol o.m 01 the o-n" ., :r... I .
February" J 3. leas of pretty! white thin goods ready forinspection <.r
. 4till./ 'On Wednesday afternoon Rev Sons b*School ,
Fior.helm'.tJ Patent Oxford are now. "KATZ'S.
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Burke ."Our Rainbow Fhuj'By
I, r'- Culpepper' invited all the .Reef Utton
. : "- MIIII 7Jt.J. the correct thing an to.tyle/comfort' Mrs' Tatum, an aged )lady, died at children In town to ,join him in a Fifth Grads ,,

_ eto.onlY. Found at. H. C. Stanford Co. the home of her daughter Mrs. grand<< street parade to further advertise Recitation.. .. ". ... ... .. .' .'. 2jkC
'r i II Frank Das;' last Saturday and was and stimulate interest in the -BT Five tittle Boys of the Third Grade
;' 'Fr4d.y..." ... .. .. :'d' 15.\ &.K Kr Mr. II. W. Lancaster and wife of I buried atMtosehlllcemetery: Sundayafternoon. meetings, and just after' the service RfclUthm.V. ..'.."Oemtral WuMnston"By ,
K euaday Saturday., .. .. . 6\1\ \ 1'7I '" Nevada, Mo., are spending sometime ,, . The deceased lady had' closed at the tent be.formed I them '10'' ,Fourth Grad.Sens. ;
. ,:r. .. 1/1/ 6. anqt- here and are registered at the been seriously Ill for several Idays line two b,' two, over, two hundred "-' >"h.StarSp.nabdfenn.r" 1
,.' TD."d&di.. ,. .: .. .. 6Ii and theend: was not unexpected. Reside: strong ranging in ages from six to Hih SchoolRecitation. '
lo Park.
.. "'.......,.. ...,.... .. . '17''' M fJ6 .14 Mrs. Bass, her daughters Mrs. sixteen. Each boy or girl carried in .. .f.. ..;"The Good Old TI_" Paint add
I 1( '>>1- n..ndaJ Syrup of White Pine and Tar la a J. O. Gotwallen and Mrs. B. F. Hall, his or her hand a. piece of ribbon ny Sixth Grade. Pupil PoperImfi'ove '

,..' ,..,', ) remedy that will positively cure were with her In her last hours. The about a yard In length, the various Recitation. .. v ., .
, --- '- coughs: and coldi. For sale at Kl.- entire towns and community will churches being represented! by ,tbs By HIM' BuMtimme. knd protect'ourhouee.I '
4 j: NA immee Drug Co. -61-tf sympathisewith these )Jadles'in the different' colors of .the ribbons; 'theMethodist "Our P."I' Iou of their mother by red .the Baptist by By Seventh Grade.; '.ample books toyour' house and
Rev. J. W Austin and 'family returned : } make In the latest
" blue the white Recitation.. \ a'Som.tbiniBetS'?' any: suggestions

1{ J THE LOCAUflELD. ,I:1 Tuesday to'their after a home. visit at with Mallland Mr. and on High School Honor Roll: the! ChrlstUiuby; Ilr(ett.Presbyterian The yellow procession] !;, .the by;,.Episcopalian moved; : *Eag.- ,, .. , ByAni.!.,' >*akln on. .. ."AmerlauSchool decoration Drop me. a card.that1 and you I may will desire.cheer
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: Mrs. M/ N., Overstreet at Shingle '; fully furnish estimates on paper' ,
( < OIceoi.- down
and formed
|. ' , ''The followIng) >>Hiplls of Broadway two
Creek., *
and painting. J'T i ,
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High School have been neither absentnor circles In the middle of the street between The patrons and friends 'of thschool ) .
,. ,)Ir. L. E.' arrived ''from tardy during the month ending the Kissimmee Drag Co. and. are cordially. ; Invited to be e

': Dwellings, for rent, apply, ,to M. Sliver Creek N..Y.,. on Tuesday to Feb,'"th, 1908 and have. made an Sunny South Stables the resent., ; ... qEO E A. BA E
join his family; who. preceded him average of ninety per ,cent or -one circle and the girls In another.. yWoodall ,
Tiller. < some- weeks, at his--home. on the more in their studies,. with not less Beret short service was held Mrs.Cartrlght AlGson. .

i Ingersoll fidget watches 12.00 at Island, than eighty-five In any subject, and 1 of Barlow leading the\ ; : i ', ''.., ORLANDO.PAINTING., ' A.i !
: 'Katz's. Mrs. B. F. 'Hall of Alva who wan not less than ninety-Bye in deport- singing and the children joining in 'A pretty* home'wedding'.; ', was celebrated \ .' ." \'. .
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'i'j' called' here on account of the serious ment. ., heartily the 'chorus. Rev. Jno. yesterday afternoon at' 2:30: '''"\ . ;
'i\'v V: '\ Cut'prIce. on' woolen. goods'BtSta'nv Illness and. subsequent death of her FIRST GRADE+:Cornelia Lancaster, B. Culpepper made a short, 'ap" o'clock at the'.home of the. bride's .
; 'y,' ford" Co. "-' Jv.l't'"' ,,,:,,'., :' '. ... mother, :\f.... Tatum, ,returned homo, France. Tress, Warren KIl1r Lee propriate! talk, and Rev. Burke parents,' IT: Ovledo.Mr.. and' Mrs. ,,, ,t
:h :. -" (Orders for tailor made mils, at thelCab yesterday. > Rexford. Frank Bryan, Herald Culpepper had the children repeatin J. M.'AIlIoD" when''their.daughter >
Store. .., '""-A>o '"''',,\\11" Iof. .... Rivers. Julian Johnson Henry4infletaryr concert with him a short passageof Nellie was united In marriage to Mr, i !!
!111".1> [" "t.\\.! Mrs. S. A. .Buck, and her mother I Mary Slngletary. I' scripture,* and also an Invitation Horace Woodall.The .
//bl11 Fay Stocking for children and Mrs. Lavafette.rived] from Angle- SECOND GRADfc-Gussle} Wine Ruby to tbe assembled crowd to come out couple marched In under 'the
r.dle. at Co. sea, N.J., Wednesday to spend the Duke, Mabel Oyerstreet, Nona Draggers and attend the meetings. The children strains of, Mendelsohn's wedding I '
,Stanford remainder. of the winter here" and 'are- ; Roscoe -Roberson.; .. Walter all seemed in hearty. 8.eo..dwtth march played by- Mrs: T. C. 'Brannon. .
i\; '. E.. D'.iHogan of Loughman. / was la guestast the.Park Hotel.. ,' I Hyde Archie McLean, Robert Ed the purpose and Intent of the, parade: The bride' wore a beautiful costumeof t Y '

.J,2'" .... town yesterday. Messrs. 13..F. Flower. -and} H. G wards. and made the welkin rinK with white silk ;:and carried a large : _'M' "
: 'Mr. Leon Hebb, .of Bartow' wan Hancock two 'prominent citizens ofthe x THIRD GHADR-Eddie Campbell.. rousing cheers whenever called 'Uponby bouquet of roses in her hand..
t" hereon business Wednesday.', Lougbman section were la town I Louise King,.'. Mary Hyde. Ethel their leader to do so.,. The bridegroom was attired In theaccustomed .
a r,' .. taking yesterday transacting business'and Robersonr Ueulah\ ,Alvy' ; Kims.. Dulaney.May'Tlner The parade was altogether a. noveland black Rev.' Bell of Kin r
: Mr.' P. S; Gllbertibas ,been' paid this '"mce an appreciated call inspiring sight, e.Dd11\ ,i be,"remembered slmmee performed the ceremony, .
v'"t .In the Tampa fair this week.' , "M.. J ..;:FOURTH GRADE-Do!lie A If or d In Kisslmmee for"years to 'The bride Is a popular young ladyof ,
'Jlr.. R. A.. Nlemeyer..; spent .yesterday .. .- P. .Fox"returned to ,her Ethel Lee, Grace Wlnn,,, MaurlneVann coroe..' > Oviedo having a. host of friends : '
; Tampa after few If bf
home at yesterday a you are thinking
'MaLtle.Belle Harris Sniie loose her much; _
in..Tampa seeing. / the fair. days visit with friends here. Mn. / who regret to (very ,
Bell, Ruby Whidden, Georg Morrison "The' bridegroom is a. well known .'
., !>fr.. E. A. Russell ba furchhedrdome H. C. Stanford accompanied her home James Oliver, Malcolm Over Sneak Thief at Work. young man of sterling character and -.r
housekeeping. 62-tfa and will spend a few days seeing the
for light ;
street." who has resided in Kissimmee for a haying, yourliouse painted
There l is asne.k. thief '.ooeratllll inKissimmee
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Leave packages for the. White Star FIFTH GRADB-Loon a Roberson, number of years. < G
Laundry wltr! ,Quinn; ;dntondson 47i Mr. and Mr*. Alfred Donegan ...reeJlpeet.ed Je.sle Story, Marie! Boyd, Kathleen ,- bo.. boldness to say After the ceremony the happy couple
to arrive here next ;,Wed ReardenDon Bans Roy Graves. the least,, I is astonishing. left Oviedo in an automobile. 'for' and wants ,fINtClasJob'at :
4_ Subscriptions for the Atlanta nesdaywhen'' the Donegan family Jim Miller\ . Willie Willoughby, In the last few weeks at least three Kisslmmee, where they will reside ..Journal,'emi-weekly; ,- takere' will enjoy a happy' reunion. This Norvin Murphy .. Carson, Lawrence residences have been entered and the! future., The many friends of the.
, at }bls office: ATliy < will be the first time that all njernbers,, i're.., Leon Bass, SheldronJohnson articles of value carried ,away, while bride and'groom witnessed the cere- a reasonable price don't '

'need anything In' 'WID..r. of the family have been.together in. .1 Hiram King* the odcupenta were asleep, and no mony and wished the young couple along
; Goods save from 26' to CO, percent number of.years.lnvttatious ':SIXTH GRADE-Nathan Bryan Emma. trace ot the rubber.leh.. l and happy life.'. .- Orlando Re-

at you Stanford Co.: Bass, Hilda Keene. Eleanor Moseley, I Some weeke'.ago this paper published porter-Star, ,
) have been received to'Nee
/ byfriends Irene.Hllllard. Anna McCallister; account of robbery which fail me.THEO. .
G. A. I here from Mr., and Mrs. J.. N an .
Have papered.
has SEVENTH ,GRADE-Pearl Bass, occured at the 'residence of Capt.J. A: Baby '''j*:
Gilbert the finest line of samples. Calhoun, formerly of Kisslmmee .but Mary Hughes, Alma, Grlflln} Eva VV, Collier, when 92AO In cash,, was
; ever,shown In Kissimmee. now of Maeon. (}..., to attend the Woodall. Mary' .Lee Oliver\ Ines stolen Should be sunshine; ID the'house..' and w
call marriage. of their daughter, Miss Carson Cecilia Overstreet Blanche wlllibelf you give lt'White'.Cream ,
l "tluln Bdmonson will for your Alice Elinor to Mf. Albert Cobb! .. About two weeks ago' the residenceof the bestworm mediciseoffered
4 bc- laundry.Please have the ebanire.., for Goodyear at their residence In tbat Lancaster Lacy Johnson. Mrs.' E.O. Tattnanwas entered In Vermifuge This i
,. ,.hlmon of the same tf. NINTH GRADK-"Iris Oliver. to suffering, humanity. G.HOFFMANDR
delivery -Feb.12th. a. ''Simular manner and Ur. O. F.
Wednesdaybiorning, .. fix
on ; TENTH GRADE Annie Carson, Lies- remedy la becoming the permanent .
Isis '' Edwards, who with'' hit family was .
.Commissioner'.. .W. L. Van all households. A mother .
,' Dr.. Joo. E. En din, of Narcoossee,. sie Moseley downstairs room was Lure ;
A- Ouzor went down to Tampa yesterday in'.town Tuesday night and > attended . TWKUFH QRADE-'Henry Moon., occupying with children can't get along'. withouta -
was and
.. relieved of a. watch a pen knife .
r Osceola'a exhibit. '
ito look after a called meeting of the. "Dry' :Marietta Pfaon.r 12.50. This robbery occurred some botlle of U bite's Cream VermifugeIn '
+ ': Try Klaslmmee Drug Co1..'"LittleCatbarlo ) Campaign Committee. The doct.or"h i I II 'I J _, .' time 'during the night while Mr. the house. Sold -by ,.Roberson ) --

s ,( Granules for Constipation. an enthusiastic prohibitionist, and Delkhtful' River Trip.The Edwards, his wife'and little son were Pharmacy.__, > LESLIE W.. WEEDDN
Liver and Billiousness, 51tfv. 'I his precinct may be depended '
sold saya asleep In the room, the thief having selection for '_'
J t.' upon tq give the "drvs'\"a safe Cat t... Mobley the your :yourspring --
; ;: steamer'Jutnita, > taken the precaution to prop' .
.. i -
,_ _'Mr Cartwrlght-.. of Barto.. .' majority' prep the_ votes are counted. returned on Tuesday from a two' weeks room door open in order to faclllatehli suit early-' and thereby'.ecu.' KATZ, Specialist Eye. ,!)Ear
A sweet. singer. I b here .sstitlng the I I a good choice.
.. ," .' Mr.{ and. Mrs: 6. M. Reavel, of charter cruise.\ In the water between escape should the ..familyawaken. Throat.' .
a hot; }n tfee Culpepper: meetlbC'I,_ and Lake Okeechobee. -' -- Hose .and ..
Deadwood South Dakato; are here 7 _
:', .'" ;r'.Q) gdtl'arahtleiirY ?tea' lo; Gilbert'. spending! a;. short time here'Kuests at The Juanlta left' KItslramee, two, -The third I'OberiOccIl1' d last ''week , ,

_""P" ,. '.'qu k bunch restaurant or;' call up .1 the Inn..'.Mr Rea'fe.. was .a. partner! weeks ago expecting to make the 'trip at the residence of Mr. 3; W. :Miller, Osceola County
(;+" : '' have your order sent up. 47-tf.! of the late B. E. Salmon' who owned through to FortMyer.., but when about a mile northeast of to.o,-when Private Hosoital Arn rlcaoN.vtional | ''t,
,''r t',' J>iv'z: 'aMr.. A. 9. Borroughs,, o a''o+ "ourj considerable: property ', around Kis- within ten miles of'-Lake' Okeeehobee. the thief entered the room of Mr. ; a
', '1; "I'' regular winter visitorsarrived. Tuesday I ilmmee.' and Is here to look after- the found it Impossible penetrate which had the Miller's stepson,'Joe Butler, while' Abstract t. Company . Bank. Bui1dln;'Tampa..
hyacinths '
'f't.: night'and Is ,a guest at the Park.Mil. Interests of the esLate.- mass of water the young man'was asleep andcarried Florida. -'- '
collected in the River, .nd had to ... .
his This .
;' C'IBandy: went down to ,In speaking of''the record of( the off a pair of pants. ? / -"* : -.,.
:m- return' home.- not discovered
robbery Uke the was .
K-, '.Y', TsmpsWednesdsy>> night to- spend afew bsimm.pboys at the StaU..University > 'Those rot board Iealde the boat's., till the-fsmlly bad awakenednext S.'H. BULLOCK.IMAHAOiR.' I
last. week ; find that .
"days. seeing. the sights' of tbe .we ,we' crew were Judge .od'Mrl.. la;: 'A. morning. Upon looking aroundMr .: .
% fair, '" ; were In error in stating that Eugene Minx Mr. and Mrs.%'J.A. LHnscott, "
of the min
\ ; saw the track Real
.;- was. the second boy from this AJtller estate -
. Bry an W. L. WINW.iiotAM ; t
I at.rlok'-olc1 Clarence Mr .
;i- .TfMew barber shop ;at place to be promoted to the office ofcaptain Mr..and.Mrs. Minx : creantIn thee yard, which showed Titles examined and reported.ooTaxes : ,
"r... stand. Service by tousonlal artist in that Institution, aDd we Daniel Fleming Misses Louie Hall. that. be wore rubber bottom shoes paid for non-residents .. ._ '
... Airtt O)6.
: with all the latest. fads "in Mara Cole a.nd Cecil Cole and Mr. .
i" conversant ' .. to make the correction. The distinguished ,by the corrugated Instruments relating real. estateCorrespof .
' ': .:;'barberlng.' r -( *' facts this iI the fifth time this honor Leslie The party Minx.had. several' guns' along marks left In the sand.. He also carefully tlrawn' '.._.........;.. -', a.w... '_"; ,
"Mr". Oeorke'Donersn'srriyid: ,from found that the thief entered.his smokehouse
ha. been carried off by a Kisslmmee
; .. r--
I ,. Birmingham Ala., )last. Moflday to boy.-W.1. Bears, Amory.,Johnsou. and and report flsbing,a keeping'delightful the time'boat bunting well and cut. off and carried away aportion Ott ,SoII {t$. .. i' t
..Join his family who'have been. herelor A.1. SImPSOD'.Dd F.' .M..Oliver of a home cured ham. ,
;.. .' supplied with fl trand game 'during : :, SIMPSON
: !( eeveral-weeks., each.havtngserved as captain .with This fellow's luck canot last always DK"J\y- 4DENTIST.
'. sblrts the entire. trip and If our cltens will be on the alert .
; --,; Send your collarsV'euffs'and honorto htmsslf' and to- the:last U J A. VANS ,AGI4EWi ''to e99oeorin
',l 'ktb. white' Star" Laundry., Qulnn tutlon? .Klssimmee.bojs,, bay. always For lisle, be will jet be captured. .- P. -= '" .
'" 'will call for pack.' at'-the Of Mr. Culpeper,wJll P8aeboDlaht on : "
; : Bdmondson your made good University; : : OeoeolaPharatiyrOFF. :
'ii' agea if you will notify him "47tfR au who attended. this school in 3904. Residentiali and .farming pro'pert.1of .the abject of temperance. which In I ATTOMNBT; AT tJ,. .. ..,, I :J ,s. ; J

''.. ?(;..L; vsj Jno B.- and .B.... 'Cu,-,"'four he'd commissioned .offices and sixty acres 'Hammock* Grew, view of the is approaching' extremely wet Interesting and dry: '-' I i TJ/: D, NOAAHY 'PUBLIC,,' '1 -. 4 1011UI.. .'\ jjfiAyfcTel .
furnished and In election, an
rood or-
this week two non-oommlsloned( offices.' and it House fully: ..
;1f::; :,.JI; jvlfe were d.joinedhere. btersnd.on,.of ,the Is a pleasuee to note that.,Eugene'; la dert.' Outbuildings and 'farming Inv theme here Just now and will doubtless J KISSIMMEE, FLA .. hoiie No. 70' JBB' o+, ly,+-'.' :f,',..
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"What In the world are you doing .. "
HELPFUL Doctor'* prescription' Cures Coughs IlY l T.
aud Colds In a Hay 'the' wife to her husband,, who, had .. I 1 hN. .
crawled under' lie machine. In. the !. L
t".o glycerine .t-
MU ounces. of : one '
mud, to try t/o ascertain why the
half ounce Concentrated Oil of Pine'and r
ADVICE one-half pint,of good whiskey, New York City.:-Every new de" four, three and three-eighth yards blooming niotor would Dot '"0101e." .P t/Jj Jii@1 :

shake thoroughlyeach;; time and use sign for a pretty blouse' finds Ito thirty-two or two yards forty-four "Oh. darling. came' back the almost ""

I in doses of a .teaspoonful to 'a table- place. No woman ever yet had a Inches wide with one-eighth yard of mothered reply< "I'm just pick Greenland glaciers average 1000 1
sufficient supply and there Is velvet and oneeighth'yards few daffodils .and daisies for
s conlul .vel', four hours. The true always and '. ;tag a feet In tblckn.s ,,.m01'e fifty ,f..t._ '"
Concentrated-Oik' of Pin conies put of ribbon for the frill 'you, loyed one.."--Youkers States. day, find discharge Into tho sea:fourl::i .',

uv for 'medicinal "uses only in halt t 7 y man. square miles of: Ice yearly. 1000 reM!'-,",r-J.::
'r ounce vials-staled in tin screw top Smocking I'scd Again. ...r ti.r... .J thick. ". ,1i...... ",'

rases and Is a product of the'labora S'moci-fnc'ls greatly favored again, TROUBLED WITH SERV A.NTS. 4:'. . tories of th* Globe Pharmaceutical and. to- be effective It must be exquisitely" ,. PERHAPS There are only 30,000 Jews In.: ".

C Co.,. of Dayton, Ohio The Ingredients done. Many odd designs "Well hoar do you and you, wife Jerusalem. In London there are 80-:. -. ,,

all gotten' .At any. drugstore : are to be seen, some of them Intricate like housekeeping?" asked Rider. 000? In Berlin, 08,000: in -V1egpal'. ,) :--; .,

. \ an'd, entirely unlike the' conventional "Well," replied Youngraant "weerdon't -- 180,000;; In New York, 700,000., ":,
1 i .
> delgn. which Is the:onlyone. think we Ilk* It as a whole." J.1>!.
Tears of joy and Badness.come from known had not :>S
to many as smocking.. Not as a whole, eh'" In 1800 ,Germany a Ingler, :
the same- tank. -- ":No, we think we'd'enjoy it bettor. city of 300,000 inhabitants, and onlT.At- '.

'.. Breakfast Jacket.: ..t, broken up."r-Catholic Standard and two (Hamburte':: and Berlin) had over].' '. ..

Many J'roll'lIalonllff'n, The need fbr a pretty;. tasteful and Times.' 100,600. To-day( there "arefortyone'cities "

clergymen teachers/,/ and singers use becoming breakfast Jacket .always ei- ot 100, 0'I.' ),I. Urown'a Dronchlal 'Trocllel '' for cur lets: and each< new'one Is therefore I,
log hoarseness, and coughs.I ., certain of Its welcome. Here is a very P'S t r. PURF'FOOD . The I.r.ea'of the Philippines Is '"
f You won't tell yonr family doctor TI, j. m | | I charming model that Is tucked 'aftera 8nta 114,300 oquare miles, about the ) ',' ;" '
It was too mueh apple sauce that got No Food Commissioner of any ( ,'f
the Stale of Nevada. The ly
the 'whole story your private most satisfactory manner,that has same as. } A.
1 jUness-*you aro too modest. You old Adam Into., trouble.: the roll-over collar which ,Is so comfortable lute ever attacked the absolute area ''of Japan la 1SF.520 square ;

need not bo afraid to tell .Mrs I ; Pink r. and the thre..quaraleevea\ t il purity I of Grape-Nuts.' miles, very nearly that, ot the' State ,

i ham\ at J.ynnl\13R.\\ tllingsyoucould 'i'syaor-5 Clierolc: Itomndy of Sweet M M tbat'' are the best of all garments .of California. ..r -,;... ::5.. '.
not explain to the doctor. \our Gum and Mullen Is Nature's gr at rem.. of the sort. In the Illustration it is Every "analysis' undertaken shows ', '

letter will be held in the strictest con dycures, Coughs and .throat\, Colds,and Croup lung and troublas.Consumption -' shown made of dotted ',chains and this food to be made strictly of Wheat' Cocoa importations into the.United vl

fidence. From her vast-correspond At druggist. 21>0., Woo and '. O per )bottU.OBLIOINO \ .' held by'a ribbon belt, but cashmere, and Barley, tyeated-by our processes States aro now averaging; more than ", t"
ence with sick women during the I veiling, all similar light 'weight materials td partially transform the starch $1.000,000 a month/ against SI60,- ... y
f past thirty years she may* have JAILER .. the pretty India silks and tbo parts intd'a form of Sugar, and,there. 000 per month a' decade ago. Mean ... ''" ,

pained the very knowledge that will Mayor-"Where are you going? Inexpensive wash' fabrics that'many fore much easier to digest.- time Importations. of. both tea and 'ii':

help your case. Such 1CU.ersM the fol- Village Constable-Th-e three,, room for the traditional "one' more." women like at all seasons. of the )year Our claim that It Is a "Food for coffee show a decline ,iA . '

lowinp, from grateful women, establish tramps I just' locked up want to play Here is a very chamrlng and novel are 'appropriate. theta and N rvo ees"la" based "

beyond a doubt the powerof wblat, and I'm looking for. a fourth. model 'that I. -'adapted,, to silk:, to : The Jacket Is made with. fronts. upon the fact that certain, parts of bill for the taxation of whiskers' ..;*"?< Transatlantic Tales flannel and washable materials and I and back. The back Is, tucked from Wheat and Barley (which we use) has been Introduced by a. New Jer* ;
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE contain Nature's brain- 'and nerve- soy legislator. The proposed tax la .1 y
for the 'ordlnar :.. r
'- to. range from f 5 :,
COMPOUND building Ingredients, viz., Phosphate
Flow's This? whiskers to J 1 GO> for a goatee, 'and' 'i:', 4
all female diseases. We offer Oo. Hundred. Pollara Reward of I'otmili. and the way we prepare) ,
to whiskers twenty :
conquer red per
} for of Catarrh that be ,
any case cannot tbe makes It to digest and -
., ''lira.\ Norman: It. Barndt,of Allen- cured. by Hall's Cttarrh) t."ure. loud easy .
town, Pa., writes: F.... C".I'I\lT"' : the undersigned 1. ban known .-. J.'henry ; Oeo. W. Carey In his book on ,'
Ever since I was sixteen :years of r '' barren land have been cetcstra'j .Ji x.,
for the lut 15 and better 1 / "
yen '
1 ofMedlcln
"The Blochemlc System 'r l .
suffered from derangement the Sahara Desert, .
*4f* I had an organic him perfectly honorable in all business ww In '
and female weakness| inconsequence transactions and financially able to carry says: representing perhaps nk '
I had dreadful hcadaohen out any obligations made by bit Ann. u'i' II I f "When the medical profession fully markablo example -of ; '. -
and extremely nervous. Mypliye';- KIKKAN' It Alxavix. Whole. I .understands the nature and range 'of medns of artesian wells ..t'nny'Wbere
clan aold I must go through an opera. sale DrugRirti Toledo O. t the of Insane '
token phosphate potassium be found. .J
U /
Hal I'a Catarrh Cur* ilterually.ctIngdirectly ,
'tlon to get well. A friend told me upon tbe hloodnd mticuommir- asylums will no longer be needed. 'ft .

about Lydia E.. Pinkham's Vegetable oce* of tbe ajritem. Te.Hmoni..l. Bent free. "Tho gray' matter of the brain Is Piedmont Italy, produces" about '" '",
Compound, and I took It and wrote you Price, 7nc. per hot tin. Rold by all DrnKguU. the "' y
controlled inorganic
entirely by
for advice, following your directions Take Hall's Family Till for constipation.\ three times as many cocoons as any :;
carefully, and thanks to you I am today -_. --- / cell-salt, potassium phosphate .other Italian.province, and In I IIr. ; '
i _well woman, and I am telling TIlE IJMIT. "This salt unites with albumen, portion to Us olio la perhaps the ..

I -\\1 my friends of my experience." Clarice! "I think Mr. Gun son Is and by the addition of oxygen creates most prolific silkworm district of tbj 'I1ft

FACTS'FOR SICK WOMEN. Dreadfully stingy." nerve-fluid, or the gray matter of the world the yield during 1SOO amount '

Clarence: "Stl'ngyT Why, that brain. log to 11.001,647 pounds! with .,
For thirty years Lydia R Pinkham's man wouldn't even tell a story at.jkls "Of course( there Is a trace of other 'Value of S3,9 6G8.:.. .
... .
Vegetable Compound, made own penlelarper'l! Weekly. salts and other organic matter in -
from roots and herbs has been the nerve-fluid but ''
: potassium phosphate Probably the oldest. horse In''ex' "
; standard remedy for female ills, 1 is tho chief factor. and has the power Istence la an old bay mare, thirty ,
: and bos,positively cured thousands SHE COULD HOT WALK 1 within itself to attract, by Its own six years old, owned< by Mr. 3. -It r. ,
'women who have been troubled with law of afDnlty( all things needed to Maddox. of Gsllatln. Tenn. The ant ,
Toe Months
i displacements,inflammation,ulceration -Burning Humor on manufacture the elixir of life. 'There mal still continues faithful ,and i
*-Opiates Alone
; fibroid, tumors, Irregularities, Sleep Kczema Yielded Brought to fore, when nervous symptoms. arise, active, often traveling dally man!? ,
,h periodic pains, backache, that bear- Cutlcura. rf due to the fact that the nerve-fluid miles drawing a heavily loaded wag"
:. ingdownfeeling, ftatulencyindl s.tlondlzzineasornervousprostran. has been exhausted from any cause, r
service famllj r
I lied eczema; for over two fea .. Ibid on, besides doing : as a .
Iwo physicians but they only gave me re- the phosphate of potassium Is the carriage! horse. M"tt.T- 't ,
1 He who lie.for a short time and I cannot -enumerate only true remedy because nothing -- y
speaks from ezperlcncO"I. the ointments and lotions I uaed to else can possibly. supply, the deflclency. -' ha L '
of Belgium, :
..... Of unsaid. King
a lot things
no Mr ankles'were of / .
w sores.purpose The itching and burning one were mass so intense f\\ fir 14 1\ % "The Ills arising from too Vapidly been playing his royal joke. about hi 1 4'
for a
e unroyal pranks many year'lajj
that I could not sleep I could not 4 consuming the gray matter ,.of. the "
walk for nearly four months. On. day my brain cannot be overestimated. ing e'flry'atorT of his unseemly be Y+
iusUar 4: said I bad better try the Cutlcnralemediea. harlor to his "double" In'publish '
+ "Phosphate of Potash, is to my '
% : After using them three times, Fouret, of the Hachette
I[ bad the beat night's rest in months un- mind, the most wonderful curative house. Dpt M. Fouret, who ,Ia eml -
y All lass I took an opiate. I used one aet of. it\tJ\ //I1 agent ever discovered by man, and nently respectable, Is getting tlre<3 "te r

Cuticiira Soap, Ointment,, and Pill, and : the blessings It has already conferredon of the'$oke, and proposes to,bring It -
.my ankle healed in a short lime. It i i. the race!) are many Cut 'what suit lor' libel againstthe, g. King)
now a year *ine* I used CutiiAira, and there shall.the harvest be'when physicians: Leopold's reputation Is of no Bora t w:
"* has been no return of the eczema. Mm. ,*
f everywhere fully understand the part
of at this date but MFouret's /
'*W1k David BroWn Locke, Ark., May 18 and consequence '
this wonderful salt plays In the processes '
Is valuable. /' ,
July 13 1007.
of life It will do as
5 .5 '', '
:work", can be done through physiology: to A woman has died at the 'age oteightytwo '
The better you do your present ? t
1' fl make a heaven on earlh.. -
In Mercer County Pa/. :
he more/' they are to keep j uthere' I. f,
apt >.; t t elc .'Let the overworked business man who trIed*the luck of thirteen often* t

.. ;Instead. of. promoting: J, .j'int:'i} "r.lj take It and go home good-tempered enough She was born September 1M".

Let the :weary wife, nerves unstrung 1825;; married twice, each time.on.;
How; to llake Your Mllchi'Cows.Mon' from sick children or entertaining the 13th of the month; "'u 'on. S

Profitable. company, take It .nJ note thirteen children, and .the thirteenth r. r"

'Write Paclflo Coast Borax Co., New lc lcI lcthat how quicklythe equilibrium will be to die;' bad thirteen c.hlldren. thirty- <,....;. > po
". Jftedicie York City "Successful Dairying. restored and'calm and reason assert four grandchildren and twenty-ope <\'
being valuable Information on the her throne. No 'provlngs'- re., great-grandchildren-i' .difference ,.'"

Cure Conitlpatlaa, DUrrbon.Cotlc COD..taton.. most profitable selection of cows, Squired here. We find this potassium between the last two;nbmben beta ';: e

t 'AlUr. Soar Pncriihnn tuatnuh* It Dfftonrm It Aida Worm.DBoa. \ ..- their feeding and care, the handling salt largely predominates In nerve- thirteen-tq e<> well 'WIth.tbl. story + G"

1' It .,.keTKrriilMaRuy,PraauXMCb: of milk to yield the highest price fluid, and that a deficiency produces her name was Delilah 8lng.] >anti '
.. -aid- Products Natural Sleep..THE product, and the protection anl preservation well-defined symptoms. The begin- there are thlrteezT letters In '!It. *? irl

of these products from deterioration ning and end'of the matter Is to supply .r

r ; with article on diseases the lacking principle and In ;.[-"'

of cows, and recipes for their cure. molecular form, exactly as nature MAKING\ ROMAN CANDLES. <"

The book Is free. A post. card request. In vegetables fruits and"grain.

t .MUTH'8 FAVORITE& :COFFEE.. only Is necessary., To supply deficiencies-thla Is A ,Good Deal Like Solitary Confine* ;C
ment- One Man to'n lint.. .J/ c
.. Why?, 7 the only law of cure. j, r .

Ir> Because it is- f ./ . -, When a woman Is really in love with ... Please observe that Phosphate of The most solitaryparson ,IlL .ttie .. Py
Ifi Imported d irect from the bestIcoffce \ a*man she feels certain the train she Is I j ., Potash Is notproperly ot the drug- world during working hours IM thai .,4 t '

[ markets In the world. traveling on will be wrecked.< shop variety put la best prepared by .maker of roman candles. .'" .;I'" '
m .Jloastedsnd blended sccord-')] Is a- bit more dressy than the the neck to the waist line and the "Old Mother Nature" and stored In He occupies an'Isolated cell saya .,..! +r

ring to the old Creole formula/ severe tailored sort while /at the Fronts to yoke depth only. Hems the grains ready for use by mankind. the Technical World, and ( noised) ,',
[Jwhlch has made New Orleans Millions! In Oats and Barley. same time it is' eminently practicaland finish the front edges and the turnover 'Those who have been helped to better comes near to him'while he Is .engaged '

.coffee famous for 50 year Nothing will pay you better for 1908 serviceable. ,In the Illustration collar: Is attached to the neck.. health by the use of Grape-Nuts 'are In his patient toll ..*$* ',
Goeslhot from'roasters' and than to vow a plenty of big yielding oata It Is made of the fashionable plaid legion. high bat I' \'oi ;
The he gets are ,
tin and.barley with oats at 4Oo to 80c a by. wages r
r grl den into air-tight canA taffeta. frill of ribbon
with and with "
its strength and do- ( new KmperorV1Uiam Oata av "There's a Reason. not' by reason of the loneliness' to ;,':;....
preserving bu. per acre more than any turnover portions of collar and cuffsof which he is condemned:, be ispaid :';:.+ fl'
liclou :
' medlum'priceJandrequires ) other variety in 1907) would pay immensely velvet The frill however, could for the risks he is obliged to take Jj : u'; "
kr SpldUta ; while Baiter's Silver which ?
King Barley i either of .
>e the material or of silk: '
onlylhalf a ))much i ss) proved itself the biggest yielder at the The quarters occupied bytbis'ermild . :
[(other kinds. \V ( Ui'/ 1 AViaeonaia Agricultural Station during or of something still. thinner and I BRAIN POWER artisan are a tiny house,.which ''.:' 'r
l\v ASK voua caoccv: romtrlTI 1007. if you had planted (00 acres would more dainty while the turn-over portions -. Increased by Proper Feeding might almost be called a hut, wlfk"a "L.
I E It EI LY'TAY LO RyC O? 'have.given It ian you in 1007( jest 83. OOOO on 00acres. would be pretty in any contrastIng floor space not more than six **eW' .4. f

NLWosuANS. LA.1))1i .' enormous yielderJUST. material, or of ;white lawn or A lady writer who not only has square.: Standing by Itself,1 atleafj sn"
/ other dainty fabrics with scalloped done goo,1'lIterar1 work, but reareda 1x11yard. from any other struct
(yZIA N\ r to the John, A. fialcar Seed Co., La edges In lingerie style The big buttons ;, family, found In Orape- 4uta the tire the little' building Is ,of woody oft ...,,:
Crone Wis.-and will mail the ,
moat ,original seed we catalog published you in make' feature and are always 'r I, t a ip Ideal food for brain work and to develop the .simplest architecture. r k R' .-
1 vet's effective, and the waist U altogether, t2! 1IItIJJ. : children. She writes:
'America with samples of Emperor William healthy int-wera to be blown' up the financial -. .
' Oats, Salver King Barley, Billion Dollar one certain'to win approval. When "1 l am an enthusiastic proclalmer of loss would be alnnojt_ = &..
Or... which produces 12 tons per acre made of silk or flannel the lining Is Grape-Nuts as a regular diet.. 1 for of some 'important"Inasmuchaa ( "
'- t&unfroio the dry soil luxuriator etc.; point : l"
+ and if you send 14o we add a eU'l new farm Mads never boon seen by while Inexpensive wash fabrics 'are for 8 years while nursing my four considerable quantities ." f1

4 you. 4 always left unllned. children Insufficient: nourishment In the business whch| engages .: 1 "
-- ---- ', ,c The waist; Is made with fronts and for thern. attention, for a roman candle ta ".; ;

Head of sensible women are never back. The) fronts are tucked to provide "Unable to eat breakfast I felt faint sort .ot mall ln. or repeating gun :

7 i ip thatched with I dyes tresses.. becoming .fulness and the backs later.and would go to>> the pantry, and'' with a paper tube for a barrel and :"*;
:i to give the tapering lines essen.tlal eat ".cold: "chops sausage, cookies, balls ot fire for projectiles.; ft '. I
.N l "re' to correct style. The sleeves are of to :. .
.'''Wouldn't yon likTto' try mild doughnuts or anything I happened, .' .
.... -Tea'--Head!" .r.W''"" 'the regulation-shirt waist sort with finds Being a writer, at times my Goat.COmea'FAret. f''
den* and Digestive' Tabl.".also upon! rr straight cuffs and a stock collar. finishes I head felt heavy and my braid' asleep. The ., '
quest.. Send postcard: to Oaj-field Tea .Co. the 'neck. II 1/liiI':'" "When I read of, Grape-Nuts I began Switzerland is 'the only oountry'tly''1' :: :' .; = rj

Brooklyn N. Y._ The quantity of material required The'sleeves are of moderate and eating It everymorning.: .,:,also the world 'where the goat is plae d1!f,t"... .
for the medium size Is three and.five- graceful fulness and are) finished with gave the children. Including my ahead etch l other anlmala;and\ evjgtn.t:. ..' ,
Doctors are 'in business for health or eighth"yards Or twenty- of human beings. 'If a boy plagues] c w
twenty-one. turn-over: cuffs. 10 months old baby, who soon grew -.1' 3
YY others,. but not,for .their own 'as fat as a little pig,<; good, natured. a ,goat, he:can be, fined andS : tojJail. t"I.'Jl
Jt meets'a. o1' ;
perIOD gds\
Short Skirts Worn. anti-contented. ""i
The Xt st In ; i <
r BalljFrocka. him aside he.. ro
a'paUL.an4'rJT8.. ;
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One "Bromo Qnlnlae" .. "I wrote and'teellng the :
Onlr ', Chiffon and moussellne de'aole held Walking skirts' that escape; the evenings be arrested.. It a goat enters 1 .
That- Laiatlre Bromo- Quinine.Look ot sustained brain began
'j five' need power
least Inches
by.-at' are
Ud their own as the lightest and daintiest owaeral1; '
for the signature of K.: ,v. Oror the Qrapi-Nuts y&rd.of a person not.hls
World ever to Cur a Cold is Oa*Day.25a..Young fabrics for dancing and there are not too'short". be.ln the height of 'eating' a small saucer of ia hit;"with a club or stone. the.per-J;'.. x
,' r delicious fashion; but, be sure your feet.. are with milk. Instead,of my ulua1.lndl.eeetl : .:;: "
t' - some models -up-to-date ; ' eon guilty :'ot the roffenee .mnet.:pa; ;
le hot pudding e, or-cake\: for '"
men think.old. men fools. aDd< diaphanous confections. that look;too'I shapely. thirty cents.' It% railroad train e ei .

'... ;P '1;'papa don't forget to buy'a old men know ;young. men to I ,be so delicious substantial to part...ear.II"whereof the Bilkfounda tbe. nI1 rheasant'-Winged-Hat. ,'- dessert- "I.creW"at night plump, nerves,strong:, andwhen' 1I.Koat> the qn animal a track can.the-be train coaxed/To-. must: haj* ;*VM11 ',

,>Ottle\OrnEf"IBV'S} BXPECTO- tion, which ,supports them. Net. Is A pheaiantVying bearing'a bright I wrotemy brain was active -6oThimself.. ; There'smany: fa'hog

.. RANT f.r.your lltti'ETL<<. Mrs.Wla low'srloothiag IIIt.w..err.effeeU'fe.: especially spot of blue.near the base la the only and clear indeed*' the-',dull headpain, v America who ,wlahetl'|' bs'frfra.nit .<

:..'..- V.'."". *'ntHir,: 'It"at'anyDrugyou ; ', lion,allays pala.cure wind coUc,tile.bottle trimmed with the.sequins or spangles I relievingnote: 'ona: walking-: hat -0') never,POSTUM returned.;CEREAL: 00.. Ltd.,. -- 'Swlu.rlan4.We.klT.' .. .. . ,;.:... ,,'
-- It.'fiejysir'' falU simplest which are so favorite. a feature ot,our. brown and the'effect'Is'very'tuod U.. \J' ..IJ.I.: ..... ""' .
I know the ; i. .
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ally, that we have rmost'stood still.' '
Tewetsj Olfta
as Parting Tfi ,
e' fu,14' //>/{ \ 'We haveatrivea'tpkether.: But thestiivina' -. -. . ? *
has .
been-ofthe-wrong sort. Barring 'the and perhaps' tie General Demandof
We have. stood fart in ,, baths
one spirit But
.. ....., beds, Japanese hotels are,, delightful.All '
very largely. that, aptrlt-bas beea that : ,
the WeU-Irrfcrmed> of.Use.World be*
lA we' have refused : to inconvenience duringyoun stay' lo' Weir spot :
jj,7tesnel ourselves-la the tnlerests of the king test" :precinct'Ton-ar JDad.' to feel always;been for. aItatlle',. plea.anh :defRotani

) dom of God,,for the good of His children that.)'011 s're an' booored guest.' Jsp; liquid lasa'ti ve remedy of.known

;-4'- l and. for the glory of the King... i anew eUq ette.Si lavished-upon'"you" value. f;:a Lixative ,which f'bTaic:1au'oould:;
; . .,. {--'r" ;.." .,. But God commands something dif and When you depart jou'.are, always
sanction for because
> r' ; I ferent. He summons'us. to another token to remember visit family. use .Its component -
given a your
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.' variety.' call At living.Hls be'atead usually' white, coarse cotton,towel parts,are Inown.: to them to be
that shall -
The Call of God" to the fast In our adherence.we to and advocacy I. with ,blue pictures printed on. It wholesome and truly beneficial in effect;

..: ,_ w-- Church of Christ. : r (4. of those: spiritual. truths that You must thank .UUlij-niaJd for acceptable to the, ./.tern and gentle, yet

;. ,,,. . constitute'j reason >: or- and the this with an elaborate bow when you prompt.. In action '
richness ot' His church/ Primarily .
and the chorus of' "Sayo Nara"prom
Brooklyn the chnrth; not an.institution that In supplying that demand with its,excellent '
New York.-Preaching ( all' the hotel force gathered. In
exists regulate-- morals, to supplya > combination of <: and Big',Crops .
at the Irving Square Presbyterian (the doorway will sewn to have la It, flyru; ; Figs'
;:jChurcb. Hamburg avenue and Weir- means' for. ,social Intercourse to not'only' the regret,ot g6od-byH'as we Elixir, of Senna, :tbs California'! Fig: Syrup
,meld gather a crowd. That Is In -o sense
r street; the.Rev: Ira Wemmelt '
.;Henderson pastor,. took a.. his theme to minimise'the Importance the place Interpret the words, but the' deeper' "Jo. proceeds along; e..hleal1lm,* and relit .... .
; .,'1'lIeCall of God to the Church of and the work of the church as a jfeellng which they ,really mean] "1f on the merit ot the laxative for IU remarkable r
.... acor
l 'Christ" The text was Phil. 1:37: ; I mentor and purifier of morals, a minister I jlt t.mult ''be that we must part.ravel ."- big prod/ from .*, .. u4 .- b__ 55Mrt
.uoceu. -.tetaMsales. .Jet-.j beota sad all othM ..
to the social necessities of .
F'Stand fait In one spirit, with one I .men.a Magazine. ...........,It4M<'"l upon. their entform I and rw .....,u.. Big. .
1 mind striving together for the faith gatherer men for-the purpose, . ': That; is one, of many reasons' why I.....mops..d qalcUr& ant larger. growth an"'uM thialgk i4njiniaCm1Ina
'of the Gospel j and in Dotblnc' terri- : of supplying that "verve that comes Syrup of fig and Elixir of Senna Is given pig UrtHlnlton with '
r. fled by your adversaries." lie said: ,}Imply and solely'-because we area WIFELY DEVOTION: '
crowd tiled filth the same desires : the preference! tbr' the WellInformed.To .
: Let unfold text and
,us )> the transJat "Mrs. Rogers-Is a perfect) : slave
"r it witb care for the richness and and adoring; the same Lord. For to her husband. :.get IU beneficial effects: always buy \
\ must direct conduct and meet the r
we '
ot meaning that It en- :
,4 "What tbe genuine-tuanufactured by the Call-
I does she dor ,
:' . cloeee, that the authorized version needs: of man as a social animal and ;
\ ?'.which we have read hardly sets forth. recognize the value, and' the Influence "Would you believe' ItT Every tornia Fig Syrup Co., only; and for sale FertJ1izers'Tb.l

(, f ;' "Stand fast persUtently in one spirit..with \ of the crowd' year onbin birthday, abe cell: up Intlm. by all lending druggists.. Price fifty cents '
Dut the call of God first to His ,
nlnd together for < eat breakfast with him 1
one striving o
: church 1s that she shall be experi: per bottle. Igtnl..Carolln.F,, Ills, as....r ea-t.(.,!osveta fett1111a .t
the faith of the Gospel; and In nothing ; ;Grlltub. I'\&nt Fla
. sr tla sapsis.ce d Ih.D. City, ,
l: scared by your adversaries." The cooed In the knowledge of those Ineffable r wive wre I'l war tI ICkl.g.t a._11.., .... =I world trr a i.w '
:apostle admonishes the ,people of and. spiritual truths out of FTlSSLVltne'DaneeNervoaatfaeseeepsFmanentlyc sacks of FOur.'"an..I..I.. w.chp = I put'II s.dr.osr ../
; ; fired Dr. Kline's Great Nerve .' 01 high gradsIerU which
God to' which spring; the impulses that make by -' to.
: stand fast not
steadily sporadically Restorer. p trial bottle and treatise free r'H coat pM'1&Ia too moor, slid la the earns poportionper.o.-don't
to be- of singleness of mind for' a godly ethics, a consecrated society Dr.B. tt.KUne Ld..aai Art-AHt.-phiU..Pa I think I .....,...1. la ii... ..... in.eying that the yield .... .-' {
!;and heart and soul In their devotionto a spirit-moved, crowd. In such .!:::.:. Ylr&ii..C.ruti na "FrtlnsM wu tkmtimtt that of wis'sI. ......

the work ot tbe living Christ, to measure and manner that she shall The\best way to get money,. as well t , he<
strive together with the best-ot team be able .declare, delineate and reveal u tire, slowest to work for IU 1 and privaM r! w. Mrhlee.dll. M loood; In cor flaw F.,.......' V ear
fclay for'tbe truth; to be unafraid of to men with compelling power'' Writ.t one* ..... 'Lars sobs to Meni.. baitpocitiona .! hook or Alma..... Get a copy at your t.zUlWrd..lrs'ritt .
Y jthelr opponents. The figure ,Is that that wisdom of-the saving Father to riles Cured in C to 14 Days. ,and *>..'ularin for our cntdoata yaw nou-MtutooGic* ItliVindnlaCarollna F.-
b which and whom Is life ........ l
of a frightened horse. Bo not scared know eternal. Paw E iie.N. A.n." Prm.;
if cal Co. '
'*r like a runaway. That Is to say that the call ot) the etieof ltrhfng.yIindDleedfngotProtroding! \ # Chem.
This' Ie the word of Paul to.tbe church first-and.all the time-Is to I'Ues In 11 days or money refunded. 60o. aw.MdV.. ,,,

saints in ."hrlst Jesus which were atPhlUppl. be a spiritual evangel. Avery & Company ..v.. 0..1_a C. '
C 4 : It Is the call of Him who : Our duty la to bo true to this'call; C-I..bI..5.C. 801-'_ ,. ,

''sltteth. between the cherubim to Ills 7'0 live- to thl,'.work. To cleave to TIME i'n.. .-- ..... .c.YMl.K6.. .
:church to-day. "This is the summons this program.. To plan after this pat Hurtrani; "A storm prevented my SUCCESSORS TO

,' lot; God to those wbo are His people tern. To exalt this as our Ideal. Let 'coming home sooner." AVERY ft :- -.,.... T_
us stand fast persistently In and -for ... .. .. , bonds of Christ. lie proiqul- Wife} .... .torm. 'What kind- .. .. .

gates the plan for Christian action. this rather,than pat upon our past. rain hall, wind barn,. or .brain.".- '61.bSSouth Forayth St., Atlanta, Oa. .
r, :lIe elevates an ideal for service.. He Lot us strive together for this rather t
than among ourselves. Let us have Judge , t : ALL .
:asserts the positive and negative dui KIKPS OF- .-
;ties that relate themselves to ,Chris-. the spirit of .belprulneal,rather. than "

1 .t/, .' tianity. lie stipulates what is to be ot laziness and faith In.. God ,and lathe 'HOW THE! qU nREL.DOOAN.. .MACHINERYReliable ,
:the aim end .whaf-fs the measure.of power'of Ills truth.;
? Young Wife (at home)-Hello,
x the efficiency of the 'church ot the .Let us be in nothing scared by,our .
'living Lord. -The''' text., affords as adversaries... We have been Sin ..dearest! .
'good a program for tho guidance of makes a brave show. J\Ve have takento Young Husband 'Cat( the once: ) CDenI.

:those who are, banded la. the In- our heels, as It were,' often at Its Hello! Who ,Is It .-Puck. '
,iterests of the proclamation ad- approach. We bave had an unreasoning '
the Kingdom of Clod tertor' of Its power And we I
1 lvancementof, TDIE'TEST.
could well be devlsfd. ' have chronlcall'-overrated Its ability f, r TUB :'f iT
And' we-may safely assert that It to beat us. But -we have. no more if
.Is because the church bas too largely reason''' to be scared by sin ,than a That Is What Proves True Merit. ,

relinquished!: her grasp upon this pro- child has to be frightened by Jack- Doan's. Kidney. Fills bring the if U.... yesi.odoubtre.ivdfr.e.oftb..sbutterrham. 4dtk. ''
inthebox.The I .B.0...hibit,glw.yesy. &he M. H nubs Co,,, the, f
cram; lost too largely her consciousness : quickest.of relief from backache'and rf ferswt VacvtabU..P.....(urn eonblncd In tile sorK ,'
ot the church can put sin to rout a'I
mandatory responsibilities kidney, troubles. Is W.wfnb Mdtsh.r.yo.raed.nrarabbaoandfardaa'
when it gets into rlgbt: relationshipswith f klod.. Inalletb.pgnalrr Braclslarrwa
that God has laid upon ber, I Dlaata.tal
her vision 'of her divinely endowed dolty and Into the proper sort of that relief lasting __ rrlOMMfollwnl....I,OOO...l400Ml.lOpwl/XK| 4

:Ideals her' unanimous fidelity to the fighting clothes, or else God who cannot Let Mrs. James )I. QY7 :" :.,'

plan and the purposes and Inspired lie prevaricates. lIe says we can Long.'ot' IM'N.' "Augusta Frkk Engines.Boilers, all p V..r..l H,>., .P1.. ':;" Wr.Nr..N""" .Mho.Ww1"ILFNMM"n .
+ activities of Rmannel.;: that she has do It He promises to enable us. He St.;,'Btaunton, Sizes Wheat Separators. '4 CAs11eri _......101. w\::_..e..11r.hY..l.w.e. twnM
16 a ,lamentably degree ceased to demonstrates the. method. He provides Va., tell you. On .W/1.NwerenM; ..It.BUTCH CO; ..MtMrti.V.C...1

command cither tho Influence the the stone and the sling; the January 31st, ,1'OI. said "
respect! or'the- Jove' that within the helmet the breastplate, the armor, Mrs., Long wrote: ''ei
memory of many'a mann allvo was the two-edged flaming sword Jllsown :'Doan'/'Kidney. Pills
hers. And Ibelieve tbat the moral consuming truth ,r Either we can : __ _
'' cured of qa
or) we cannot. If we can .11" ought m. ( -
and 'uplrjtual unhealthiness that is ,
gain -
'. And can If we will. : 'In, the 'backurinary ; -
manifest In America lu' a! direct' result we
of the desultory and flaccid allo- I For one. I believe that sin'unlike troubles,. bearing down sensations :

,-, glance that the church baa granted :. Achilles, II' vulnerable at' everypoint. .:.etc.) On June 20th ,1907 BEST IMPROVED SAW HILL'ON HHT1J. W.L.DOVGLAS 1
,to her God. j.. ., ,Ve-have but to hit with the four and one-halt'years'later, she .
We have been too much afraid Of right weapons...nd hard tosubdue said.: "! bavea't,. had kidney trouble Large Englnel'and Bolters supplied
our enemies and too ..uncertain of it.. For sin Is a hulking rotten monster promptly. Shingle Mills, Corn Mills '
since. .I testimony.:
repeat, my.
to whom need be In bondageno \ Circular /
ourselves., 'Ve have overemphasized we i Saws.Saw Teeth.Patent Dogs,
Sold by all dealers 50 cants box
the power: of the forces of entrenched longer than we desire-thank* to Steam Governors., Full\ IIn.|| Engines e\ eN0[. AT AlL' ''h.palees. .
evil, and by Implication dlscounfc the grace and the potency of Gol. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Milt Supplfts, Bend for free rat event r '
And this Is the call ot God that Catalogue.pMdbU l MM.nOrTNrAMllr,
rb. >d the capacity of the Deity .
The makes best CHILDREN.' caA.
mission man pllo ,.the use of MtMSOya.wOMN.MI.ace AND 9 .
successfully to energize' His people) we shall be true to the spiritual '
and .to realize His will In the t., We for which we are endowed and his time, generally: baa a good times'

bave, been silent 'when we should that we;shall fight sin, fearlessly to cured 'Wooltonl'e8aDit.a17 UHATE :
Itch! In'50 minute by
rt. have spoken fearlessly; and 'voluble a finish.: Ma".betrue; therto.. Lotion "Neves;ftils.. At drugguU. N tags war u?
,when IUelleeetter' would bave r r
' served the'time and the King's' business :.T"lic Stones Bear \Vitnessv.It The exciuslveness-of some families. Y tbs ir..e, twee ...... k9IooII a .MwrrlrH= "

We. have., especially la the! Is truly marvelous bow the truth, 'Is ft fortunate thing-tor the neighbors seal 4M.ea. .IMt eera tloel ".pp.Mtetawrwtl W.L Dolghs$4 gad t6 88t Ells $hoes Ctlgot B. Egudbd R Ali hb 4g, *fi ..
of the Word of God Is being vindicated ' 1.r .r ...., __ p OA VTtbntON. w [ De..w ,e}rIMY.q mrM anteh.l.rrat.s T.t.w.M.r. '
generatertill In quarters 6h eM1.rrwLav t w thl.ed
aMM malkit rr.l. ,
erty d many by modern discovery against trr1SoW LM M.M1rjjjTjjjjj1P. ;
It has'' become synonymous with the attacks made upon Jt by Interested CAPUDINECURESte'SSfa Pars ns'Pills i
'' Irreligious license. We have exchanged critics. Few more exciting: stories : : ? _
.; prophecy for. time-serving have ever been told than that which . ;
and truthfulness for popularity to was narrated last week at the annual 1 5.. al dl u tJc...... I.MM ....dMllrwsa .

'an extent"that,.is as disastrous as It meeting ot the Palestine Exploration. .U N tad nod w.ks aNr4i MM.g

it Is disreputable. We bave! lost). the Fund.- COLDS' : :':!;' rrl.e u.wltkeut..awbottrw. 41MnM.or.AU frU.erruIMwi .

r4 note oc auinoniy.. Ana in our At the very> time when the earlier .__...' NB"IIlIPIE-S'. -
'scramble, to find the bait that will parts of the Old Testament were being I_.. 1M. u.. ,:a JSUUel 6 tlv .May U..a
]are-the world toward Godand: that dismissed with contempt as "un- -

.willdraw'',men 10 ,Car.,under the influence historic the spades of excavators (At-rOB) _. .. -. ---- ..
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4C4 of the church tbat we shall burled '
were busy disinterring long -
_ _. y 'be''able to demonstrate the,'lItood- Canaanltlsh- cities. with the result =W rk y yse ,Ose.wM ,...J''r..a; ,, B M ..
.heartedness,of the Gospel and of tbe that "hlgb places'1':of idoltary have
I a located on one otthe Sea Islands of Carolina, our climate Is infb. '
Christian JlCe' ."bave become such "
;- tbat we been brought to light containing remains just sufficient cold to harden and ca..,. plants to stand severe fr **ina;after; ....,
',J good fellows we have lost our of human sacrifices offered to .. oM...iotlo. iilittcH nf rtftt t. .Ut .
A Answer toCollier's oat U tile s. Ipamta tr***** .drI'"apn e
rflaim". 1 missed ;the beart of Christian heathen deities. Thus the abomina- SquaferDear 'I .mtfiyla*. sa-m .IJPOOM.MOMS>40| .'OOO..f1.Iff. |, '
,1. service"and; of Christian faith. tions of.: the Ammonites are,,actually k lPa -.....- SMd r.M era.MM 'r ';:"
Tbe,'call 'of. God to His church exposed to our gate.. :11". W. T x.i _. Ptesew.Pleat .......' .
meanslittle' multitudes, of. people ,Even more Interesting Is the disco !' : ,.........I..... ... ...L L iIIertM". .....'..Co ....................... &:'

who areon the rolleof.the- church very :'of the form,-of the'' ancient Patent :Medicine ,Attack

.visible because they haven't listened Philistine*,'temples. Men who' hare ,,
*. *. 'long, or"-Intently, enough cto"llim to made, sport of the story of Samson ...
know what He thinks or' leye or pulling down,the; pillars of the temple We have no quarrel with' ),fr, Collier or Norman Ilapgood la so' 4i&C b :
.wants.. It II. not,strange that they upon the beads of his 'enemies far as they'propose to'.warn the public against the danger to men, bag.ePlanitsiE :

y. 'do not "stand fast In,one spirit, withJone become In turn; Jthe\objects''ot derision women and children In Indiscriminate use of "vicious concoctions of .

<* mind. striving together for the as It Is now clearly/ shown dangerous drugs and cheap whisker, dlsgult as medicines, and In,,
't.flaltb of the Gospel. How,could Ube what, the I'plllars", were; and how, appalling quantities poured down the throats of> the Amerltan pea .
_ otherwise! Faith is simply, a eaall,.. strong man could have displaced ple by unscrupulous charlatans / e : "C> g'rZwe : :: .y
w ,catchword with them; the meat 'of them to the undoing both of lIut.we do not propose to silently bmlt while a greater wrong
.the, Gospel is a mystery that they himself and of his foes.. In the light Is being perpetrated, which would be toe case.][ Indiscriminate criticism . are prepared to flllordors BOW with say of"lb foU wtBtf "vast ties' ef'OaIIba \ F
bave taken little effort to master; a ot these expert: discoveries. believers should ao destroy confidence as to lead thousands with slender Plant, these being the best ...0..... reliable "varlotles to xporMaoedrplaatenr.Jonty : .' yy. fe
bard fight la the last thing that they have no need apologize for their i means to deprive ,themselves'that. which has given other thousands Wakefleld, Charleston Large Type Wak.fl.ld* sad Henderaoa BuaiMiloas.' ,

.ant.88hatlon means about as ranch Bible: rather,' they ought to Jp: >tan upon thousands relief from: pain and sorrow- and enabled $1.25 1,000in lots of 51000'at $1.00
Prices over ;
,to them as-changing their clothes.' apology from those who have rolled them to continue In the struggle for dally bread. per ; .

_' wrong Dr. Newman when he .-Smyth asserts, that is not anew..far s6und upon fact.imagination-London Christian ratber than W& propose to carry our. case direct to'',. the people, down the .per'1,000, and in,)lots' of lOOOfat( 90c''per,. .1,000. <: .
"m Great White Way of Publlclt,..IOnJldeDt l.IIawe sustainedby ;'!
order.ot will In God'i'provh
I ,1.- ,,rtence., supersede things our, present Christian Gospel,Truth the Instrument-: He that vast throng who, personal experience that an- Address ; .Nlergatta'S..C.g'" ':

religious syaterns.-,we are to vlval. outward application of Wlnard's Liniment relht"elpaln and brings
dodge them by, the fidelity of/ the < .1i..ln peace) of mind and body also know that its use Involves no dangers '
majority,of their members to the ''The great historian Locky neb as are charged lllat medicines to be taken. Internally. ?

'exactGospel: 'Of God In -Christ., the 'sT noteworthy passage In bU famous' '- And we pepoaerfurtber, to carry the case direct to those who, '1;
.sooner the churches of Christ.- at 'Iil.tsry'of England" tbe Eight have never used Mlnard's Liniment, by Inviting them to send us a ; '
resent constituted are- superseded ,eenth Century, declared that postall today and receive by return mall free, a special bottle am-, :

f a nobler:order, the better. for the secret- of success of Methodism of was tbe pie to prove that It will do all that Is claimed for It. '
? ,;iWOrldL, \ v merely that It satisfied some 'When you realise.-that Mlnard's Liniment bad.Its birth In thei :
Primarily' the church must v 'declare strongest and most \'enduring' ,.wajits >>prescription the lat Doctor Levi Mtnard who used It and reo" 7! t

+ and elucidate the deepest spirf't4'F of our nature which' found theology no gratification that( ID bill private practice) fib years ago and that by personal -, ; ',: :
M i :tual truths .of, theKingdom-ot, God in the popular ; recommendation It has since come into universal ute-and that

# ;without which there can be no found- It doctrines revived which a large had class long of been religious: almost 'each year aa Increasing number of people nsait, you begin to appreciate I r AM'ON MY ANNUAL TOUR mean1 the world with any cI Ue bM-kneaw Vutotlo' ef 7 f' ;'

..fed 'balanced 'ethics.. She must neglected. The< utter de- that confidence In Its merit is but reflecting the faith expressed Op n-Alr Grown CtbtuM PUuiU .t tho folio win* prices. vli. I.OQOM4.0OO. at 1130 tit -
..tend. as the' evangel ot'God speak". wholly by those who depend upon it, who know by experience that thauMrid I 18.000 to t. 00. alSUS i 10.000 or moro.. rM 90&. P.u. B Mosntl. S.C. All oroor. ,
the lost y
Ing witb.authority. that. .',f.r11tb In condition pravity of of human man nature who Is born It is best for them that It stands alone a* the most effective, economical lomptlyTOodudwiMirtloamionntooa.All a4ftri -'. 'AaII' 1h arlco' on SO.OOO, oTlMMMO. CA occomBanvljic ;f, .

Christ,' under the guidance of..the Into the world every, the vicarious atonement ..' and clean-to-use external application for rheumatism, neural., . '
Holy Spirit which U supremely sufficient of Christ the necessity to salvation des, pleurisy, stiff,-twisted Joints sore, strained, or lame muscles, ADDRESS 8. L. 'COX ETHEL Sl-O:I Box 8 .
for the salvation of the souls of birth, of faith of the tired, aching: feet or any, pain or.ache.;: ,', ; f\\
a new ,
of ,She must deal first,, .
with the '
men. .
'r constant and sustaining action of the .. ": .
souls-of men In their relationship
witb the.Father.. Spirituality Is her Divine Spirit doctrines. upon which the in believer's the ) ; ? .O ; BJJYS -*? :

keynote. The revelation and explication ,' of soul the are.modern-evangelist, constitutethe eyes A i 'WhyThisStatement i ;. ,$ Oj1MuY

o-eterDal.SPlrltUal.m7.tert.'j' mOlt"yltal and tbe' most 'InHoenttaV I1'l!
Tu . stlfl
te Saw
ils her ot: but'1h. Because we propose from time to time to fall you of the merits
;. t The call of,'God to the Church of .)' are.portions doctrineswblcb.Christianity.during.:tbe and'to let others testify to the personal benefit-derived from Mi-1 .. lla.Oe OonUurs fttatse.Qalriesvllle IBE.'RAX.rLas:

f- Christ today /."'no different Inescence'than greater part of the'eighteenth century nard'a liniment so pure) and antiseptic ,so ;powerful;:penetrating 'Ifon Works
tt'was to the'men' and teldonvi beard from and soothing as to have Justly earned Its tlt1e,'Ring of PaID We' r ci.a. +
;yes .women of\the church Chjjreh were of England pulpit. .. a know yon beliefs In the doctrime of the Square DeaL We ask yon to 'r-r+!p.!'Qa1n' .;Ifls,ia.'. eat''gas' ...e..r.a t7..WI".itA. c

::whom Paul wrote. If It was essential Every student of the period knows .tell others of th...cood ,Mlnard's Liniment hu .doae' you.,' Tours, -
t for them to cut close to the pattern :- the wide' and simple preaching' respectfully, Mloard'e'Liniment. Mfg, Co.; Bo rramlngham, Mass.T '
: ,; supplied to' them -of God"It Is that : : MORPHINE: : .. .
of these1 doctrines of vital personal .OrQpsyf
Jess necessary that-.we do the
.o '\{\lo same. '.If: they.-were called upon'to religion developed that .nobler life T SEND, :THEPQETAL.: ; ..d erase dies. w psu itHrvly. ew 4 byH4SITIMA. .eINLitt -
which saved England. m decays- 7tto.
:-.t-stand.14 persistently! and to ..eonelusion ' __pl. .... b .ay arts 1o.1IIc. ee 1W ea.
'to'. '; ': 10 .are we. .If -theT bad .toM London Christian.. ,' .. '>T,l Ls.p41. wrepp.e Oatescaa= :W.Js es..aLra . 1.dyete se tw sa

'". *yf ft* team play to accomplish the work *.. .... < ...,....... ..-. fltf.Hartwrh.Dr.NN.
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KtVof the kingdom, bow can-we win sue- ''t, Besf':Armor,,,>XVoi-st Cloak. sr -
'* *,- ceaa bT'. lesser methods'and. poorer' .Religion. is*,the belt rmor.-1D''the isahW W 0,5
,i. '; .Amtlfw9 w -*- '.-t ' World,,,,.but tbe worst"cloak.-.>*Tobn.Newton PU; T'NAM': :FA ;DEL; E, S'\S: .DYEST : .

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'Our.ClttMoa l appear well| .content Ferry'*Beeds Kissmince.! Fla. ... ,J
wUh future |>ro |> cts, The, wlnu ar.1'.. beat .known... .. -.1! 2'I.

thus far bas boon an enjoyable* ones -" Ih m mtren&NeaendaItvwypakage I tiaa : It the reputation PAID UP CAPITAL.... . t no'ooo 00
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r: 'no cold or sotenougb fur. the mot' houa*whoae business standards. are lbs -r1
of a ,
s. radUal skeptic to nnd fault with: 'uiusllv lilghost. In the trade I ATOCKMOLDBstS LIABILITY, ..,.. ..J: KO OOO 00ooooo

l' dry and ,at ,time almost too r_9 .... boa1W.....PRRRIiea .. : DEPOSITORSSBCVRTYr! ( 00 '
,when. ... : Mllit onapl"1 'Ip.d ,.......DF 'fir,
. .warm for comfort array ,..... ".... = ;
In the ordinary Florida w'nt' r appare r for"iaY'ww OM 111M.I 11.ot 54'"JK--I& I Prompt and CarefMl Attention: given ";* ; matter en. i .

'To'suppose la a little the! floe unreasonable weather'.will,,' bat uooUuue as- r1oww D. M.Reds rilllltV V CO.,*Detroit, Mkt. rates.trusted to us. Kxcha nes (good: at all pol lat.'' at 0.....,..} i1 t ED-. V.PRICE & CO'S representative ',.' ; .

our enthuslMU. judge/ the future bS - YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITKb.NOTICE. 11]1 1I will. be with us on "
t.he Vfwwuta. farm work .!. beinir car j .

, tied. on with a freedom that bid t.h'be' nlw-d by his' many; friends at Whittle. f that .day to show the handsomest (t
to Thursday laxl
to cause the forthcoming crop on s
the most voUiminons. If not the *ui>ei Since Citizen Arch hiss -Ial'1.e4| ou I r line of W .o'lf'ns.' for '

for of'ady v.. bale previously bat shores Mills Alice 1 lit seldom seem! .. .. :
-p ----u- '.
'Cattle have done uncommonly ".-eU among UII, but his trporl. hat!. Allee I to Spring
this winter.' XV bile la loon title. there and the baby were \1'11;)! end) doing wel made. measure i

D ha been a lack ot hater supwly mOlt ia itraliryloir to your rorre<.|M,nd.kfit. I NUBIAN TEA offer- ._
wf the render have been well aupplle, At tile sliPup<< |) ranob all ,Is out n.. 1t ,At the insular meeting'h.Uoal'd ot Count i k; L ie ; Clothing. forMan, ever .

. land elrould there bo no teerlous draw should be. Menu's, OOnslo Iia .s f t. Commlwlonor* of O.c oU County, Florid, h.1d '' ed In" 'Kissimmee. Fit and ..
')>aok the present year will tn lull or Co. .report that dogs und] varmints of on the lib day of FVbnurr. A. I t\ 1'JUH. the to.; ,.r .j
to ho .1(ode men. different kind are |>rovt| >ir founlda Iuwlncmindp.ranawar." ftpnolntMi; to MTV iln .; \ + r' Guaranteed. :":
jtncolu.jemtflt '
; beaux and Broadway the ble enemies to contend with, rrqulrlni 'i> ct..n und Clerk. of Hleollon{ In th, v warku # Workmanship
j f Ulle Wlilttlor, B'. Interlarded witmoonlight the foutiiiUed. viaUihfuloM* or ,,('\'pl'al election district.Stan election to bo held In ulCounty Ii .i j' .']
three nights present a scone plc< parties \but an they lihvo about\ ,OOO<> on'the IH.h day of March, Ai D. WtH. t>0 Keeps sht x
and the comblni. shorn) on ire they. ate certaiol''' decide whether the Mile of tntoxtcsLing 4lquonwlmw .
turemque and fraud result, which wihrioK Ill worth looking af@r., j. or hoer shall ho. Prohibited In.-ld County: "Not the Cheapest. "but. ,
lion I* producing: The game. law liuvlnirtljrOun Its |1'1.1. wltt. You WelL ,. '.'.1
iimtchmakliiterminators ( to- '
lu some lam our, ,
I the asum feeling aunt around our deer Unnicm! Election, District ::V 1. Klutmmo.-H. M the .Best. ,c
'I. ew oranges Paradise tins strain beeu invaded and Pfann. C. B. Yowell R, 1', Butler, InipeetonV. : .. .' '0 -; .' f\ 1
i' their full bloom. as the statutes. donut i fritct the dears l . U.Jnhruton. clerk. I. :

\" The aa..mllli.. HtfHlti ..In' full blast.: In .that blessed locality: otlir sum, .-KhMklon District l No. ..8hlnrle-rJ. StelTe.. ,

\"', much to the annoyance of our ll Demo. will be thrown out that will forever Jr.. M. N. Overatrret., d. C. Droiiion: ImpaetonP. , t IIU an : '
'rralle rooster\ but at the moon rapidly protect the chosen ones fn-in that fa- H.TI...... Clerk' k I .4
he wake!
approacbtnjr the rontlh ) voted land of loVe., Ooln, bn.xx. Inscribe -
. flection Dimlrkt Nag-Homo* K. Ilrown I 1 I. Ideal
of a night and vends forth a '''mid llde'lty! 01
up love, purity
D. M
: M. Lcnler Lewii Johnson ,Inspectors" : .
,, hrlll notes, )just tu show 1 the IIt'QIle hearts and! bucrcm will crows ,
I your Johnson,'c'ork..ElecU. .
" that. ho 1n cona ercd. jour elfortg./ II .... District "No.4-Kt: Whaler, W.. K. Putwrx/t9/ 1 Reme /for
, The belle of Whlitler has not ye Miss Martha TuinDlIn lit m VI-OSTJ "
Mann T. N. Farr Inapvctors: H C.: Avant,clerk
, surrendered but a young man fron) the honored guest. or Mrs. I'iloy Cud<< I Ilr, .tl n District Na .-W. A, LuUinka.: A. W. KATZ : :
r--. ., U knocking softly at the,, door: win. The young lady In nuemlon 1 bone : II Crmbx. W. ItjNattiee. Inspector" ; Young Tfndal. yr yr Constipation :
and peuple do say that the t'oUlllllady; of Wiltller'i) most lutpllltren clerk. i CWflAI.awarew/n. ''i

in question t* ilsteolgv Intently to tbi belles and we felly. CI"II'h.l" i Mrs. : Election District No. 6.-11. H. Partle. J. M., ( ; :K '. '
J sound and it has beeu iatlmatea U Godwin's judgment In bclcctlnif.her! e'l+ MonLKi'ocs Solomon Raulrrson. lnp.etora:1. I. ",' -,
;'O. l.G. that be U to have first choice a companion, Tumblln, clerk. r IYERGDi3 .
<.ben the opportune moment arrives,' Ulnit off, did you ''''ay? AU right, Election District No 7W. p. Underbill. CW. eoatuaaoo Indigestion

liro. Guy's Uunbs habeen daugeroualy Koodbye -; o. I. C. Walker. James A.. ClemenU.. Inspector.. R. M: ' ' Atlantic Coast !
tlietlead line aloce hli: .. Line
near ---- ----- - Alderman, clerk.Electbnpstrict Biliousness
, xodus. The! wolves are bowling wltl Don't PutOrr. { No. g.-J. E. Enn.... M. E.
all thdirentlciojr. and bewttcblb wayi Tindall.A. C. il.s..In.p.ctorul; F. W. Hill clerk" '
- and It U greatly\ feared that the fold Until louiorroMr what rou cap d Utoday. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set m,'' andDyspepsia. ROUTE OF THE ,CELEBRATED ,

U not strong/ enough nor high enough ; If you are sufTcnnir 'from a hand and ..m"edI.oIII,1a1, soil I of the amid Boan .
> 1
to Insure Kali-ays ap torpid ]liver or conciliation, dc.o'tva of County Coramuwlomfra at Kutflmmee. In th "Xcw York and }'IOl'lda'SI'cclal" .IA 1

pear M be numerous and the sbe|>her< \ It until tom n'rr'w U) yet help. County aforesaid this of February. A. D. wutrsrrcNoctto pmcx en cter. '
to use more than 01'.1 ,. ..---- ND"Chicago, ... 1
will be compelled Uuy a bottle of Uctblno and I'et j 1408. E. L. LESLEY, : '
:binary exertion to keep some of then I' that liver worklny rlthI'rompttiers ; .; Clerk 01 the Circuit Court In and toti. Lliultod" 1
within the confines' of his pen. about hraltli pates niaov s'ck! ..' County 01 Oeeaola,State of and Florida .i ,1

Oar merchant sre rapidly recover- spells "Mis. Ida Grcshsu, 1'oinb,. [C8es.ll Florida and ex-Offioto. Clerk of the '
.lnlr from the beefy winter draft upon Tex., write: L used Heroine In uii Board of Countjr'Commlaclonerao .It is gonj for the Liver Kidneys, Stoma T; Solid Vestibule Trains. Steam Heated and! Electric Lighted; lea;'i<:
W'which they ban family for six und find Jt doe. aid County. I a 'their years
resource Cars :
i Dining ,
.. It. lakes the l calomel and hays.
remark ---- --- --- -- -- place <>
the most Solo ftober
# been subjected' by all It claim to Jo. by I
trade that ban ever before Notice of Election. n<> bad after eflext I i
bla fur barter son's PhB'.llIac-' Spring -ALSO--
It Is needed in the Hummer. r
been known, and a fresh stock oSprlnit "
-- - ---
rood*,DOW adorn the shelve. Whras written application. was p.--nted I F.II.nd I .M inter. by Men. Women andCliiII wJ
continue. A Stitch In Time. to the Board of County Lomftiisalonera of OeootolaCount t ; . run.It "FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED""HEV TO THE ".
The Hotel 4e Beulah .tlll will .bottle )>. Florida at the regular. meeting of .ate 1 I I.extremely l'alI"II.o children -AND- M ,.. ::1
of arUto will save nine bo a oBallard's "
the favorite retort onr "
( M Board held on the and day of February 1UOK;askIng I like it. Buy a bottle f ruinRoberson's EASTIX 1
ratio tourliU.. Very many of Then lloreliound S"\lI'| always decfdi. YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS' : 1
for am election In said County" I -
(Jr'aeeklllll ..helr'.owo kept on hand ave inuut a well of.Iekuo .
thinking V"f '
are' whether the .... of tntoxlcsttnr liquor wino. '
Acmes.. a. A ure ctiio (in- coughs/ ,. ..... .. Pharmacy ) TIIK : 1
and beer ahall be prohibited In sold which Ii / 1I
and '
colds bronchitis cough I. DIXIE FLYER
,' Our mall rldlojlc'Dt.rllCtor, between ubooplng application was aivned. by more th.'ourla i apd"MONTGOMERY .N, : .I
to ban Mrs S-, I s, Ark1 writes;: : , ,
Wblttler and Lanier appear KISSIMMEB. FLAeBenedida
bottle of Ballard ls Horehound of (ravUtered voter of .kI.cou"tYI and WE %
defeat, all Oil keep a I S Tv. ROUTE" ; I
:sustained an iprnontlnious
such .
the Syrup 'in 'tny client, and tb&okm1 where It apocared to said Board that no I
bids having been rejected by post -- --
forethought Limes It hat election. had been called In said county within the - ------ --
''.office department. No cause and Is as prevented many/ many severe spells of sick pail two'yean: and where on the 4th day ol Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to New York, Chicago, St. Louis. .... ,.II

> lgned for this rejection In a state our of De..." Sold bj' Hoberson's Pliarmsey. February I'-***, the a.M Bard In aweordaneiwith Atlanta.. and Intermediate Points.: 1 I
would-be contractors are .
said application did ardor that an election JPUL.LMAN IC
I, bewilderment as to the proper: coursiI Jn _, - babeldln. said County of f Oseeola Monday.|thtil < \ :., tC II
'r'to pureuel r.; day
The postoffloe at Laoler'i I. appar Special 1 Rates Florida State.'Fair, the ale of Intoxicatlnc liquors,wine or beer "A WOMAN'S MEDIONC" '.r h'I ,.
**otlT protfreasltur In good shape Mrs. Tampa. shall b*prohibited ID aaid county.and did further For tickets. reservation or information call on nearest Atlantic CoastLine .' 11. I
'Bubanks beloa la attendance du..lolI'bel' order that the Clerk of satd Board do sire at Wat Agent, or'J -.
buaband's abseooe has her Uncle Atlantic Coait Line will sell llcketi. thirty claro'notice of said election. by vubUsbinsth '';

Bamuel's bu'.lneis In good trim and to Tampa account Florida State "'airat *same In en* newapaoer In each,. and every : / W. CARR, T. P. A. TAMPA, FLA. J..O. KIUKLAND: b'P A ,

U recognised by the patrons of rate of one fare plus 75 cents for town. In aasd county If a newspaper or newspaper .Your SDrrEB' th*' Ills of _Dlloo4. r, C. .WHITE 0, P.. A. WILMINGTON N. C. W. J..CWAIO, P. T..M., tj;
office as an .able energetic and effl the round trip. Including admission *be puWUhed" ia sate county and if none. then DO.. ao many women do suiter t Do you 9 11; p
Glen official. The Whittler office li t.lcket-to Fair grounds. ,'Tickets will by patina at least ten written notions of said want to rat wall without tbs ntceMltr
doing a, splendid bu.IDe... Tfci be on sale February 3, 4, fi, 0. 7, 10, election In th moat public! place in said County, or'paillhl.SUDlllattoDa_d embirnualnfooBsuItatloni
amount Of mall bandied by''our postmaster 11, 13, U,17, 18, 20, 21 for 'al1.! trains on ot which ahall. b*at the court house. f Do-J'OG wsjit to take a BARGAINS AT CASUSTORE !I' sec: .
sbows well scheduled arrive I. :
to In beforenoon
and bla assistants Tampa Now.therefore.I E.L.Lesley;aa Clerk of the rsm.dy right into Fear botne and cureroorteK :,
cf our city.. of February 23. All tickets will .' .
Jor capacity Circuit Court In and for aaid County,and aa ex.Offlclo t .f ; ,
'. Miss Beulab's services In the tleparjpent ,- be limited to return February 24th. Clerk of aaid Board do hereby .....notice *. 'i.I! .... ,j.; \ "- ,it''i",\, )..t >, I' .i.t,0' ", ,', \'.

wbeo called for collecting lostTaUer ,. For further Information call on ticket proclaim and declan that an election will beheld BENEDICTA Calico.fttTperTd.'. .. .,. ..'. .\.c'',5'\ : (' ';'Pictures and.Picture Frame'r 2.50 K" .: .
.U' by beit agentor write J. O, Kirkland Division ' .' ",. t ." I
rally appreciated the County of Oaeeola State. of Florida onMonday \ 'I'' ''i'1 'iWhite' -
in I< a "Wom&n't lI.dlcla.'p ptl D periyd b6o;. I
worth Passenger Agents'fanpa. I awniNKljn.; wtdeU5c! .toj ; .it""j": >>"J- ;" ",%.' <'
r spouse. ,th till day of March, Al D. 190" for the 01 a physician who mad the atoxl-of I'e.lIIal. ' '' !, ". I .. .".,1",
Our cttlsensj\ continue to enjoy .
No cases on. the docket a'Pit liquor, wines or beer shall be prohibited suceessfalij bT him IB his prastloe. It bas ,100; :. "I :
Ladles' Union Suits at 100.
f .1 Iii. In said County of oIa.In ben aped snecesitiiUr br tboosanOs ofwomen '.
l. Patriarch oonllnuei to bold testimony whereof,I .have hereunto set my the since. Pro 'I' Cassimere Pants; worth' $$2.50, sell Goud .
daring many year ;
rangeo"bare not. been plu.cltedfrom For, Marshall and.Collector: hand,and affixed+ t.he official ail of th*paid Board ; rresalr phrslclansbaTelao toned Ita rsJ.utt at $1.75.: Door,Lock with, two keys. 20e.D .

(the I trees fob eatinor purposes.. baa. : 'thereby' announce myself candidate for UMrffloe of County Commissioners at "IC..m. ._In the I >t......tan .wb.D they desired to yrold I Pin Strip Pants, worth $1.50 sell at ,Nice'Suits Clothes, worth $14, at $l$) ,
Florida fruit
By some meant oa City Marshall and Tax Collector and County afomaald. this 4th day February, A. D. I as operation.-! .
fallen to a secondary place in the solicit, tha support of th* voter of bsimme.._ IV,*. E. L. LESLEY. .11.00.. Une ffaUon Coffee. Pots go at 15o. .-
market not being worth enough to U, B. WOODALL. Clerk ef the Circuit Court In and I BCNEDICTA Jeans Pants, worth 1l.7G". ell at (
.noour nre people to have then picked. for th County of Oaceola. State o(. '11.25. New Dress Goods t from, ni 1
U a recetable remedy It Is mad from
.: ; ISeal. ] FIorida..nd ex-OIHcio Clerk 01h.. ;. .,
toots know to
herb and barks possesi
Lion creatlnir very Board of County: Coenmisaloner ofaW
f troong our people. They do say that Administrator's L4 Notice) Count properties which paws a wonderful curacyaand You will find Bargains iti Shoes ,
that It tonic affect upon the female organ and
ulOd.0' anything can get \ All creditors, legatee,' distributees and at 1 I nervous Without mentioning the
forced upon us, and we nave been dry'so F-an :
': long and none of us hurt that It peraona .....Inll"lal"'* or demands against th [Notice (for Settlement and many forms of female troubles tbat women Every' Day/hi the Week. ,.I
be deemed advisable to.make _stab of Tim lieu, late of th.couny. of Osceok user, we say that there II no trouble ef thfakind ;.
: nay' change not but. aa said election Is as and State Of Florida,d_." will present th.same Discharge. ';I tbat teaeiieU will not Immediately. rut f fI
any will'Dot predict to tha undersigned' administrator. within Nolfco la .hereby f\en! to all whom It,, may con- : Here,and finally cure, ". w
yet somewhat dJutaot, two from t ...... this date I.U I .11
year his date and all .n.lnd.bted. earn that six{ months from present ;
Ttulufereau. 1 1*. to the aaid of : BCNEDICTA FLORIDA; INE p ,
.' Our Ie progressing finely fortV estate will make Immediate Wtletnonl my account and vouchers totheCtounty Judge /
hoot with the undersigned, the County of Osoeola and State of Florida his I .
: ;,auoc 's.fut "leruilnailon. .Sevan .' I' Is prepared barefully an'4.eI.lltII\c.II,, and j *> .rtT. 'ri rfij * -'
weeks and .then litre.all earthly Uiings' WALT}:R HAS..SR. office In Klaalmmee City forswniadonand approval with tbe consciousness of the responsibilityof :) '
.Administrator he witai ot Tlm.Bat. and ask for a final dlscharg. aa Admlnlstratortif -. 1
the end coineth The ..tudeo"bearln giving-p"g ring womea a remedy tbat .'
Feb:8.: iu'st 7Jlt the Estate of Thomas Silas dec........ harmless ;
1'to look wise and iiindry pieces of pa- will not only be b.nedclaibat also (
J. W. MILLER.Admlnlat..l
t/per oontalntog peculiar hieroglyphic -. - In effects, no matter what may be'the con ",
are studied.with an intensity'"which r. dltlonof the woman taking
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE September' 27, us,7. ep 27-6m
would seem to indicate .hat some 11I_ It Is sold at 11.09 pr bottle, bf; 4wv errigati
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serious problem I. to be solved. in "the LiGHD1tUNNINGJME f ::-- -- ;

/near lULure.\ Notice of Dissolution' '
.'The Sundav-. boot appear to' be Roberson's 9 Pharmacy, and, Reciui.ite:"PowciIrrigation -

.".ltlofll'eCrult, before becoinlug ai7 j Th.partnership+ heretoforeexisting \between si
strong arm of the church. Smith *Smith In the livery tttable twain*** has Klss MM E.'FL4 '- 'ft
-. ,The only drawback to and this'day been dissolved.. .by mutual consent. F.M. _
early Sprlnr are the conditions on Smith withdrawing. The'buainea. will be continued -: .,. I' r 1

crouadbog day and' a late Easter. by 8 U Smith<<" who will collect. all account ;'
The old saying wasthat if the ground- *and ..ule.U claims against th. arm Is one of the must Important, subjects \\n Fiorlcl. '_

bow came out of his hole on- the 2nd This February nth 1\.1. . The ('(>lot of pinking MId |larch] produce(;' |b M funxll 0011parrd -

of February and could see hill shadow I F.M.SMITH. to the) jrreot results that irrigation; plants wlthhi i

crawled back and remained six S -t 8.. .U SMITH.Notice. i Hie reeds ot farmer lire
weeks, and ajfMn Just as far .. the t I' fvery (
'rub shone- la the door. on that day, I' r4 It ns knew, how mwny acre H of 'fIrh'JAR<< j-oit have, liiid we ,,'III)
Just ao far would the snow drift la before furnish ,181)11 cinlxxlyhig; |h :jicecMiury rMjulrrnicntu' for making/ I yuut '

*the winter was past. In other To all whom It may ooncern:, iui.ii laud prtdi, tine.,, .We hive the exact pint. you need anil we l lk.x| f41mt
word, if groundhog was one ofUDsbine Notice" b hereby given that my wife Annie O. "U estimate from 'will s ,9
uw ynonry.We ,
and warmihtbefollowiqg six 1 Ionian and I are not living together. and I will >* Js i
weeks would be cold and unpleasant not be responsible in th*future for any debts that. also sell Marine Engines, Motor liont SnppJl\ 1tt'e? ,'I'Jtlnl&! I>'"/

Ratter !Sunday ti governed by the. first she may contract. or for any 'contracts that she etc. Write for beautiful, Uluwtratcd cetahog'Nc. 24 r s

lull moon after the 21st of March until .may make. I -:. .,. > R
which does not ocour this year This February Hh.I(OH.
ebeleth day of April, causing Caste It. P. JORCANIM. Florida Gas Engine and Supply Cfi(
to come on the IStb. the full moon InMarch yF
being on the 17 ih, making that -, ..- .. ,- -- TAMPA FLORIDA: '. 41

*vent to come almost as late as thelelroyerniog : Ia.Rd 1u.sfkAix6crNt.fkidlx '

and many It people can have believe jurlidloOD tbatettled -. 4G-.%tl mu : .7rFi..1 J JfH. R E'QDJT'T. ..:t", a

weather cannot be expected' an- '$ ." : -

MlYfter kslnr' a oold thai-event war at there the fulling moit. always of the ,ItJ'oa&blaWe...Dt.Ub.or. ....Vn..Unc"'aWe---fO.J,n.seq. ,j Real Estate. {agency.aNNNaaa.NNNNNNNNM. f JEWIELER. AtfD G: 'E:'. ,KRjIBBS: J''M, WIL.I.SON: ,, JR.,, ' $8vir

beter moon as It is called.' The oldie 'IDL j:IDe wtlte to I I I .IS', $

borer} fwd South Carolina rule was m it* KOMI IIWIH HAMIII iMmurr : WATCHIREPAIRER. 'ATTOPINsfV-AT-LAW.. S NOTARY PU LIC... ') :" ,; .:.' :'

bare. four full moon after Cbrlst 0.....,.. IVi_ j Realty bought and sold. Cell and' .see 'my: Line of. Watches.Qld STATE 'AT LAROK. j"""' '
sa aod the following Sunday would W.. ..............., mnnsadl.m. sf.rsliir.but Houses rented. : Office in :the ,Court House-Kissimmoc S I 11s
... but this will not alwaysHrreapond Watebea taken as Part Pay' Real Estate Agents. i : ;:ti.
th"* Mew' JHeeaie ls aude.e- Taxes paid and Titles verified J : '.
with the rule,. and : Oat Florida.'
church suns ee* ./
SJW .gb ntt la.ibis matter to the arhwry .....ttf SMaUse'rteeel elealere ....,. j 1 for non-residents. '_ "'ment on New Ones.. : KISS1MMBE.. '- FLORIDA l

raUoca of the Roman Catholic) pet w& ? 'Fire Life and Accident In-.. : With whom will} be ...ool.ted. to. Ibe ; ,J;'
.f' ;
snob .. conapelled to teeognlMi ; .. the law flrm' of : :
arc surance.IndemnityBonds.. trial oftoauses
: papers -
tanford . Use old new In 'your, bouee .4'
dicta, Carson l Hdw. lPrompU/IOr -,
i that accord with their Vrayes Jewelry J ,
'. t :; J Any article of | ,* 1.r: ..."y'MYNY'dr' YTarlowvof'Orlandp cleaning. We sell them at this 'offloe. r rt"F

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