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 21, 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: VID00321
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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., ;Appemtfnent/ as Unfed States ....Aida. a1... ". .. r .. .500 Reasons Why IGssimflrce 1 "
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q ,Senator.On !; .. w. '", 1 4300I Should Stay Dry. t berebr auoooue n;>Mlf a oaodld.t for the ; ..' : ,
: January'.the 29th tM"jdetr.pollsd''publlsh.d'the Mi.E.antr. vktch ':" 4600 'Tlie offlc of Sheriff n1.'''''',.tit the action of the '
... editor of. the Gasettepropounded .
'' .... II UUryaa .. P '"S I' 1600MI.rl.w. Valley Dtipocntk.{ _

elipplog from the followingnewspaper, DeLand Record M. '!"' .'!' .. .r.. ..".1,, '1000Iy.m.Yo..1I" Wi Ward,. seorelary some questions of the to United Mr C. Prlinarv.CKO.' w. OVEHITRKET. as..a..a.:. i

along with a large number of other .. . I 1000 Lund .. r 4
Company. few
VIM Brata Batter a days ago a* to Per .. ,
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''>- expressions ,regarding the political 14 cUr . "' """', ...::.. .' 7090: his Idea on the wet and dry contest 'To 5irator. '-
I 1' '\ campaign. MU MWo 'H 1* said that the governor and 0 doQa' . ;., .. . It 7.MlwrdnhD.lknap' ''In answer to ou..teITOJra..orle. Mr. and Osceola Counties: :
:W. S.' Jennings, bave come to lb.parting . : ", r 11 HA mMl. the folio wing excel lent I hereby announce that I will be a '
of the way*. Jehntng, it I* NaM Ttwn .: " 1 41 00 letter which -consider the candidate at the coming Democratic .
,said wanted to' be appointed Unitedtotes HIM M Phcrlm ." "",.. ".'e MOCMlM :: strangest fa one primary for re.nolllloa lon as State DepartureBeautiful
arguments .
.: : Senator, .and expected tbe"f.s'overnor Llllto EM ..> '" '7 5000 hibition have Senator for the 19Lh Senatorial Dis ,
to do so. But the Governor KlMWUIKOIbnt. ." e. ,' 40 COChwPBelknap we reteeen. ; trict of Florida composed of Orange .

appointed his best .od/.mo." ", ." f-- .**.>. MOO Ruonyicede,' Fla.* l>\b. 8'l00.. and Oscepla Counties. ,

shouldn't Intimate political he have friend'done;, so and? why Mr. fa.Carr4.TLee, "" ..;;,'. *. JO .-41 t>0 M!". .AV,..B... Harris. Kdjtor. .Klsslro* lom$ C. M A8.SEY.

Bryan's youth: Is the ;/only objection HIM soh rTro dl.t J.sales. ". . . ..... .". .12. 4300 mee Fla. valley u setteKUsUnmee, -----...-_.- r!'

that we have .heard of. Notwithstanding o N Hu"1:1: 00 00 Dear Sir: from the young men whose habits ,,'
this he i* a"braloler man DeW..Id.nnan' ..- f '".Ja' MOO You1' ask: my personal opinion o'n have not been formed. I do not be ,

;. than. Jennings and unquestionablymore HiM. MuniM Pntlwr 4' .. a M 00 the saloon question a* It. applies to sieve that any man wants to see his
acceptable to tbe entire people JP Hawthorn .-. :* .. ? *HubdM4 Klsslmmee and Oftceol and sons become habitual drinker, and Line of' Ladies' -
county .
". ... 110 00 this alone should influence I
,q;. of Florida whether I think' the closing of the many_ to .
IjK', to regard to 'tbe' above Governor : Mr.3 8 StrtTo.T7 tM/h.cehaot 2"....mb4M4 -. SOOO' I saloons has been a help or detrimentto Vote otherwise"dry" at have the., coming electlonwho ', -i, ".'.

.- : Broward Tallahassee.To ba .sent the. following !: HiM Ida B............ teMhw Mhool N i iWubdM4 ". the business and the morals of the the saloon. no objection to .
.letter from / too'Is' comrouoltr.

}t', '. the. Editor of the Metropolis! I ......t.w';",,. .....h.r .cH. .el 11II... 88 00 I r This (U a matter that have never prohibition Hoping that. the. trlal'wbloh .give Skirts and '
..'"" I have been i banded J a clipping, fcA V........ taMbw chdol. 40. .,. 21(0 taken much interest In or LO which 1 a fair tt has .. ..
,: which I .herewith enclose to' you' HIM If WrJdncv .........Mhool. 4*.i .Ut. ., have given much thought. I do notuseliquorln not. yet had-1 am. yours very !truly ,,,
DeLand Record andreprlbted .. C. W. WARD.
prlotedibynhe aW. .,, ; M0 .
by your paper. W o....... towlMr...hocoI20 ..,.'I?.'.. 40 OQ relatives any form. I have no ---.. vw ''i'.i iwiisnil.) q i.. Lawn Suitsr -,: ;s \ :
i' The article I* unfair to Governor I Ratty.........,taMhor school. i 20. .. . 80 Ou land I have who no use Intimate mv knowledge friend or, Two Years for Blind Tllter. / : : \

Jennings, and may be harmful to the tMehcr. Mhool 29. -M 00 business associates .
,; Mcause' of the people In .this State; .In C 8 Bterfln. twallnspupiU school No fl 1, It. or who have been who greatly are slaves damaged to ,i In. COl1o"y Court. last' week Ch... .. .
all probability, it was printed or tnibdliNvt SlJJtllkrnr. Ragland, a-white man and '
by Its. Therefore merchant -
: Igioaally with W view 'to having aIsJ" ; Iwulliur pupla-a No 18 have no In Mulberry,' was convicted ofrunning ", .
of the ...bel..No... . 1000 personal grievance chargeable toe, the \ .:.. .,
'j,- harmful effect upon the unity t A Mmrrar, hauling puplln. whool No 1* liquor traffic and a 6110(1 tiger". This, It. . !t
certainly ought to r \'
> Democratic masse of the; State of ...bel... IAd>r ...... "S.....',,. .JJWB be free from prejudice the seems I.I his second conviction,' the \' : ..' .,
the masses to be.Ilevethat H K rtto. hauling pupil. .shoot: No 18sob on subject. former ,'
.; Florida by causing dissension prevail dl.s.1s dares. . .. . .. ..:...... eoo But any person In his right mind and h..vlnlt sentence of one year In jail, : ," ..
serious beell.uapeoded
while he kept '
J It: Alderman \baulinspuplb) school '* outside of at deaf and .dumb .and ." . .
.' between persons who have beenhonored .abdi> No4 ... .-. -.-. .... 2000 blind a.lum'OUjlbt to have .an out of the business and upon paymentof ' ,' ,
by them with high office J H W lk.... ....ull...pu.hool 28 cubdUNo4. opinion. .I have one; "and, while .1 1250 and costs.. The first conviction I '... "
thereby seeking to, dividetbe! people .. .... .. -. 100 have not. sought';to was 40 April; 'Ci.and. has been .
for the purpose of weakening them R D RolmMl supplies Mhoot la... if,. 47 opinion 'uuon the, public-obtrudemy, b"odoaoyer him eversince.. When :1 . '4;,
anti giving',cnmfort,' and adding to Stanford Canon Or.vo. Co .uppllo\! perfectly welcome and indeed are the jury entered their indict of . .
of corporation Mhool4... ... ., .. C2t en- in '
the chance of success ,1- tlt'ed to a plain' and unequivocal guilty the present case the. court. .. : ,'J ,
candidates for omoe.'._ .: t II A W B Draw Co. book*... $M, .. 007 ordered that he be arrested on the -;
Governor Jennings wa not., an applicant W 7 Bean. ,...... and hotu'l... 101 answer to youiuiueation's.From old sentence and added another ;year t \ -

for appointment to lobe position Walter Howard wood ichool 1: 7 00 what I have heard from the I In jail making a two. year sentencenow .' .' .' : ...
of United States Senator. ills KIM F O..i U>ot Mlary Uacfcor school t, 4.100PrwlHamy. merchants of Kisalmmee I believe over him. lie at once aoDll&d .in I ,

tt whole time is occupied In an effort! to amla>ytM 40. 8500Mr. that busmen has ImDroved since the I Judge Wall for a writ of. oertlorarl,' : I {>J
.r lands in the InterdVl Ira* .M lets traa Impror-mMU school I SS CI\I\ saloons have been closed. We must but in this case 1C can be said, to his .. , .
pr yemeot. Fund for the people of W C.0....wood aehool 1. U M remember that until 'very recently credit, be refused the writ. Ragland' . .r, '. .j'

; this State .oLIoaJ.p the capacity >of C P labor Mhoollll. a COSlaU saloons were running in Orlando only attorney will; of course, study up ,',
? for the trustee; a. It 1* a Bank of KkMuninM. ....... >mo.. MIll 00 eighteen mlles'away, ,snd that witha some other plan to try' 'and delay ,
fact that Governor Jennlnga in supporting State Bank of KbaimaMM. Intaa......., J. 10Boq. railroad schedule ,Uhat, made' It enforcement of.'the. law,' but as f .
T. the Hon. D. U."Ietobel'' for C. .A, Carson appeared beforethe possible to go them and 'return In : plan after plan falls tbe toll are .....t.!
the United.States. Senate,'','a greater board on behalf of the Ladles' Improvement bout three hours oould \people who wereo : closing In around this class of crim ,
number of people may be' persuaded Society and requested the inclined visit that. place inal Let all law-abiding citizens
to believe that there I. dissension between board to give to the ladles the sum of quite easily, and that while there take. hope. A* the old proverb baa We have, placed In i ,
Governor Jennings and myself 123.00 for the purpose of assisting. In they were very apt. to spend more'or 110'tbe mills of the god grind slow .

and It might go further and indicate be..uUflna8CbOQI lot No. I.' Said less money at the stores that other but they grind exceedingly fin*." stock ,a 'line. of' Ladies' ''f'
; that the. friends -of the >people are request war unanimously granted' wise would be' spent with the 'home Some day, perhaps, 'our higher

-' seriously devided.' :-where the cor- Upon motion duly seconded, Messrs.W merchants. If the basinets. ,of our courts will look more to the 'punishment ,Skirts prices .
. 'fi1tporaLlon.I present a solid ..frob'No 1 C. as...., C. A. Carson and John merchants has improved under these and prevention of crimes than s;
aueicondttlonsprevail nor will article M. Lee were appointed a committee. to condition, it1 1* but reasonable toeUpect to 'a search for technicalities upon from 98c each : j\
printed of above purport., avail see If vacant lots around school No. 1 a much greater Improvementwith which to let. crlmnal go free.-Lake for'

. anything u those selfish'enough, to could be purchased and If so. to get the surrounding -country "dry" land News.. I
There 1 a* it now I... oW Skirts''to $15
"Originat them. patriotism lowest possible figures on1,, same, and ? '. +
i enough in those ..whom the people with request. to report on same at. | Then It took nearly a; vear ;and a There was a man by the name of, "
hrve trusted In the pact not to do earliest possible date; I half of our also "dry' year to. stamp' ay. Tin Short, who' sent us three .each:for Voiles. ,

anything thatwould 'harm or InjureIY Sqpt Sears wa requested ,to 'get. out "boot-leg" saloons 'and make notice to stop his p..per-be did not

the of the m asses In this S...... quotation. on',,,suitable fence around 1 prohlbitlob a real fact. This want It ." .IOD'.... We wondered . .
cause pro 01' --........---..-.-....-.......'''''...."..,.. "-,, "..... ,
,v, I know of no dissension ezlatlpg be school No. I. : hibition wa a new thing, end somepeople what. was the matter. Upo in.vestlgation .1. <
;.* **.tweeD> the friend jf the people 'and I A communication from State Supt. i rebelled at it and persisted in we found that Tim wa ,
t?*:-do not believe it possible .for self Holloway ,stating National selling liquor on the .1 lr. Some of short 110. lie bad never paid a cent, a
.' seekers to cause Any dissension. Educational Society of_County Superintendent our enterprising colored population and yet be topned' hi*, paper a* a if ""
You may publish this letter. if you would be held in Washing* fell In. line and. sunny Italy contributed matter of economy Vo: us. Be did not ., ."IIi'' l
'simply state. that ton Feb. 25 68 and.. a couple of abintnar want. tt* to lose ,' ; ' ,'' ''
:desire, or you my commencing : lights any more -you nave been Informed by me that questingBoard. to. send the' Oouo'y.I from somewhere who thought this few ,Idays'aft.rwards Short wa at. "-.N";. .;' %
., \.Governor ..leDo'Da"ai not a.. candi Supt. as a delegate from Oeoeolacountv was a free country In every definition church and his melodious tenor, rang I 'jiJ; -.:. '. vVTL '

:.. 'da** for appointment to the Udlted, wa read and after discussion of the term. All these had to be out loud and clear In that.'old' stirring v' ",,'" aJ. ,'L.i .
Stages Senate to auooeed the Ute Bon.Stephen by the member' of the! Board the spanked loco subjection. Some of song ,"Jwus Paid I. .All".. ,We *? 'ViW _. -- } .1 M
R. Nailery; that be never Board Instructed. W. J. Sear, Supt.:,J them were plucky and died hard, but. might have been mll".lutnMae.\ nil i ,MllbsllhCY, .ife (

", petitioned such a thing to me; that t to attend said convention at. a coat: the slapper finally won out and .they earoettness Impressed us. 'So the $ ' bl,,' t'eeareekou . . j #';

;. 'ky w that he did GO" expect it, nor not to exceed 950.00. all decided to be good. It takes* con next. day. we sent him.. a receipt in . ,. ,,:t' U la not boaMlo- '
",dW he desire it, a* hi*"'work I* .inch In natterof appointing music Idecable ,>Ime to fully accomplish full begging nil" pardon for' not. ?

; could not, at this go teacher for school Ko. 1, Madam'Del I an, thing of importance. and we are knowing that he had made an assignment atalmthat'American <' %.

.I, .(o take bold. Your* very trruulylet Antonio having resigned, the Board only Just beginning to get. the' benefit. of hi. llablllte'i to the lord.-Ex,. .,,
i ia'
.." N..H. BKOWABU Governor! decided to leave aid position. open j of the change. Girl Skirt ." '

, y' for remainder of term. 1 The temperance question if a* old 'or.'e, .. .
DwH't Pitt Off ,r There being no further a* a.he.I.....lnll hills" I do not ' ,I. th.' Mappfeat. w
Until. tomorrow what you can: do Board adjourned till next regular' see bow any one can say anything Residential -and farming property '. ., d. .....,ImllTiciual and '. \ .
of .
&today If you areuffenng fron a meeting. new on the subject. We all know that sixty acre at Hammock Greve, bc;t-Clu carmen| I t
torpid liver..., or constipation, .don't Attest. W. C. BASS, the excessive use of liquor I'utterly House' fully furnished and In good order ;; .' ....InuratbteMaiaoa. ',. '
;' 'waupiDtil tomorrow to get. help. W..J SEARSupt| '.. Chairman demoralizing to the user and ,that. / Outbuildings and farming' Implement ..*.,.'SV. ; > e U I*mad la vam < '
: aBjr a bottle of Uerbloe-. and get .. ; :. its occasional! use often lads. to over *.. Apply: to Mr.'Drought., If >. :!r: lass models f....,..,ulllJo '

...... that liver '''working'' rlgbt. Prompt A Stitch" ...Tin.. indulaenee-,- We all know that the ; ... 'b.rtnoeislagwllh, ,W '
.. )iut. health .avei tnaaV sick man on whom U has gotten a. strong '- dlflcrrnl team. awl .
will1save .. :
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.spells /'MrsIda. GreshamPoint, nine. So will' a bottle of hold wishes dgwn' deep' in his heart . Ute raacc of styles I.
,/Tex,. writes; I used Herblne In my B ml lard's Horehound Syrup always that he were free from its teerlbleclutches. -t ao creak that .
',"". family for *lx years, and fUnd lt."does kept. on hand save many a spell of We all know that the man '< ,' *. ao trouble' ,.. 5'' ,
all it claim to do." 8oldsby, Uober Iclrnest.. .A. sure cure for cough, who does free 'blmllelf and remains -;, maklncara a aeieetbs. I
colds, bronchitis and whooping cough. t .
.. E.ssifra t1
; ,SOD Pbarinaor / permanently reformed a hero. We :;
"..-" -. Mrs; tt-, Hot Springs Ark., ..write: all knowthellquoralways. ha been .. not ready to. I :
,:;:t KlMiramee, Fla., Feb.: 4th,'1908. "I keep a bottle of Ballard1* Bore the Immediate cause of a. large*and look ", t
c TbrJtoard of Public Instruction met. hound Syrup In my chest, and 'thankmy of the crime of the world percentage civrr our........ .* X .

l'in regvlar session, there being present forethought many. times. Ithas and that. It travels aide bv side with. ., I

:W.' C. Base E E.. Brown and W.,W..Chandler prevented...." many severe *pell. of sick all that I I. demoralising.Knowing .'; .- ,,,, .....--------"U"'I. ,,,.. .. "
o Sold, by Roberson'. Pharmacy
; also W, J. Sears Supt.. these thingL how can we''' b,.'' any i' ,
Minute of last regular meeting read , course of reasoning come to the con SPECIAL .
'J> :land approved.fSba '. cluslon
:, Mrs.'iM., B. Gilbert., C..unt"Trea.. BIG CATTLE DEAL peot. a rood thing While have . 5
'. urer,>reported a* follows: ' Since the saloon have been' 'closedat we .a good assort .

4+ni.- ro the. Honorable Board of PublloInstruction Klssimmee the 'town has been much ""I tnetit'of sizes and styles in'stock,. ';,

In'aodforOsceolaCountv: .Lesley Buy O'Brrry.. Htock. sad quieter and more orderly; people can some Want
may :special pattern 1.
'..? I ..herewith tender, soy report a* _Pastures. now have a aulet. comfortable 'ride .,
.$Treafurer of OsceolsCounty, .fortheinto'of I IIfo" -, on the. Sugar Belt train.which; used or sites We would ::00'pleased
January, 1908. The Itrgest. cattledeal. ever n- often to leave KJsslmmee J. H. REDD I ITT
f . more like to have these made
;0........ IICM r::Pura.b . I summated In this county'-wa* made a howling menagerie than' a. modern . ,, up to order. ; '

f aIuM from last nport .....' ..:.. I MX W H.. L; Lesley railway train:. and whiskey' is no '' We. ,guarantee. perfect fit. >, f :
.,.. 1 ant iMol.ocl from State Bank, loaa, 'W 00 purchased the entire stock of cat.t.le.emb.elnll longer lobe principal medium 'of' JEWELER.NP .
<."I.i'' from,{aKCoUMtor.' .......:, .1. .2\1&8700L of.J. several mark and brands, during political .campaignsand exchange WATCH 'REP IRER.- SKIRTROOM.We > .."
CkP'Berry:: together with his halfInterest I election times. Surely these and k
K rW., hllU I* in lands "
pasture valued
.Bfpaldwayr.otl'op.ll.t>>...' .r.'jk..10!-1 ee $20.000., and owned jointly. by "O'i erry at right similarchange direction. *'' are_ steps. in" the< Call. 'f and' see my" Woe'of. Watches.- have arranged .n. neat ,F

MBuabur. and C. A. Carson. f room for
I" elan.r&t ,11.7 / 'oulr Skirt
Couraei' and persistent effort! :'on **- 'department'where '
The cattle estimated '
/)' .ceo no. 11.1 i I are to number tbe part of those who Any article of Jewelry '
are Interested I roraptl"Ordered ladies
"; /1'0 telFiBy_from ai' ... ,v.t e 9T1 el I about 6,000 head, and the consider. In the can try on any skirt ,
< O/eseee. tax .. MVAr atlon for the'. cattle and lands permanent welfare of the community \ ., .
: or.ala rued tree Tut es i. was they may.d slre. '
will In time upon'Request. r
57.000.. accomplish touch.. .: ;; : :
;C ,_ ., .lJ m s I Mr. L .ler now cattle. 1 believe that the time will come' in .0\. .. .
.. own more "
,, .
: eIc1..ta MatI
a*par : than Ibis place when a man will be ashamed. \,' .' "
other Indlvldual f
= -- any in the State BICYCLE RJES..SSEEm te
.I; St, site ____... ..'.i'....v, ...,,. ',tS7V: :M and is'Indeed and In fact the cattle, to have his wife aDd children see SUN :. I : -' '.' .0 ;r .
.. .* htm maudlindrunk when .ho ,'will > I'
.Caoot eea pn?.M vS.. king of Florida. y : a- COME AND ,
,'.". 'Tabalanaa 'from.. M.nort.1.A.I. 1 191T be afraid to go homo whooping .aDd .. SEE atLII

.: wit t.,.et. ITal(CcOUetor' has..;; .2i tTlln i Bye* has ..tai.s. yelling like a, Comanobe. Indian; .,.

'1 .011 when a man' will not like to be,,teeD .
:. tiergldw r, t. as per ll.l, .,. .. 1" 26211 Ballards snow Llnlmsnt is praised on the. back-trail: gathering up.'. hi. .
; for the good It doe. A sun'oure for clothes and other _.pwrlty..s nil.
things that he
..A. #. ..n''t''''''' .1... ."..e.' 052 Rbeumatlm| and all pains. Wright/ on his 'home ; I '.Wtlty/.ysas.da
: way the night before _
t'\JoI 4W.oolWDiST.. W0.4. W. ;
,; Loving, Grand Junction Colo.
when ...
i w' teUniMfroa .... .. I 5 ** a temperance man will not have
c-. .,' write:. 1 used Ballard'. Snow tjnlmept ., liquor brought his .ce
T7b r >4. 'them becametbq
last winter, for Rheumatismand ,
back door for fear
'o that his family and .....tbel
.'.... -warrsayaip.j... .,.. N" can reoeontend. tt as the best I the public generally will brand him ......nUe4.... .
liniment on'the market. thought, DeoI'twilli--'" :
,,, '. "hypocrite! and when a. politician
( ,B,. 1paIa- ._ ."..... .... ......,...n.: Del. 1.11 at the time I was taicen down 'with will deem tt proper to .allow .at ,leasta meat cheap. u .
'". "- sip.".. ... this trouble that It would''' be a.week little time to ,, -r.I: : :'::.;::; )
...... __ .._......_. ... elapse between his .
he Jut -+ o S 0 10 before I could get about, but:on ap (tender of a drink and ....._Dtbi .
: ; ,MRS..TZ .. GU.IIDT : plying >our, liniment 'several ,, tlme of a. vote .solicitation :.r THE: .OUTFITI'ER. .. 3 "' .

(h";ap4s& 'and / cancelled- r- during the night '1 wad about 'In 48 The abolition. the saloon .... 1 . I 9rt r
warrants hours and well la three day," Sold .c _\i !-' r
good thing. for the reason ..: '; ", ".''
to 'UY-H. w. by Roberson Fbarmacy 1 above .all ,, . .', .' .
'- .. ; other that It >' ', l/ahwl0asasaeMeaf : .,
remove* ,.temptation -<. -
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Seymour street'Inter In the morning,' the doori amid '1 looked up

be was told that:',Colonel, Wright, had sharply Lena: was slllt striving to '. .. : j.. ..
sudenly left home, but that the ladies get the silk somewhere,near the eye Dime 'nine.> "
r :A .stitch in stives n'p
.. were In. *, oC toe needle. T "
.e The first person that he saw on Mrs. Mlstley laid' aside her work. Save a sick spell '
/ .4f entering tho room was his mother 'She tried to., 410' It as calmly and many t RBALLARD'S
I comfortably established with some quietly as she could hutthere was by giving 'the l' r...
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.4: 1t....... ,py.;,....... needle-work In her hands as it she something dramatic( even In her In- L. h '
'" u.:: were' one of.. he family. Some' wom tense self-possassion. She drew in a .
of jJ.u. t YOUNG Henry ..... en have this pleanant way :with them, long, uneven breath and rose' from '
, '" knowing how to'settle Into any bouse- her sort, looking toward the door. SYRUP, 1; ;' ,
An ralndiati MISTLEY $ !9n...... hold-be It (In Joyor be It'.In sorrowIn Already there were footsteps.own HOREHOUND ti,
a few minutes, stairs In the hall. Then came a little .
''Se etSayu .., Mrs Wright arid Lena were stand-. laugh of one voice 'only, and Adonis EVERY MOTHERshould '

lug near the window studying. Brad-" literally shrieked at tile sound of It. keep supplied with Bsllard's Hoi-ehotmd s.YI'UPf ti she r;
shaw's "Railway Guide." Like a battering ram he sprung at wishes to navo hr children from serious sick contains ...
.- As 'soon as' Mrs. Mlstley caught the door endeavoring to seize the absolutely n"Hhfnr| Injurious, docs not constipate. Good. .
r. sight of her son she rose and advancing bundle In his strong teeth. He fell for children .8 Wf"Uu adults. -; ,+ .: _
I .". _________ !t.;". toward him took this/ .hand I, back and threw himself against the A cough often leads to consumption and should be checkedImmediately. '

.iiii'rJi" } JPi'\ N.Ii'f Jf' "'l'JfJ J'JfflOI apparently forgetting that she bad door again. Then Mrs, Mtstley .
seen him only a few hours before. opened the door. A Household Necessity.
CHAPTER XXXII. 19 'Can you came to met* repeated The'action placed her rather cleverly On the threshold Blood Wlnyard. "
A ,. Continued. I I I" Wright, with fierce look, In between him' and the two ladles, so The colonel's arm was found: him J.. O. Smith, Houston, Texas writes: "I hare used .1:0.,: .,..:",

i "D,. the bye," he.said, suddenly, as this eye A* he .swallowed a hasty that they could not well see his face and be had one band on the old trav Ballard's; horehound Syrup in my familY' for the past b
',i' 1f recollecting: himself. "I will, leave breakfast, Can I go to IirmT That "Charlie" she said, quickly, "we eler's .shoulder. for hd could .not few years anoflnd It fac superior household to any other should cough '1':..cJ.;
Is like Mlstley., An If the fellow did have news of Win. I left a, note foryou" stand alone t medicine we have tried. Every be'I"
this croaawllh. you. It Is \tne thing ,
A not know-r-as If he didn't know) at Bedford Place The colonel Mrs. Mlslley stood oajllploe with supplied with this worthy remedy "
'Akryl: bought from Win st Kill I I'Arvat
r; y It Is no good my taking It And jet he puts It 'like" that; It is has'gone., .to Vienna to bring' him an almost girlish grace, and Win-. The Delight of, Children. t'/i/
cut there again. 1 will fasten +H. to Niatlay.all through You cannot tell he Is'not 'at.all well." yard's free arm went round'her.. No
your watchchaln. Allow l1IelIo.'cJlui> whether the fellow,, means to beI The 'young sailor nodded his head one spoke a word. /fURES COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING .... :r ,
is looking. It Is all right!"'' I funny or pathetic and somehow It Js gravely. Then: he advanced toward, Then lire Wright came' forward, Lj COUGH: SORB THROAT BRONCMI- 1 K';> '
He made a movement a. It to Join both." Mrs.Wright, and shook bands silently and assisted him to a chair, As he TIS AND ALL LUNG T OUBLES. ::. :'
4 I, !Mrs. Wrlghtjnide no reply She with her and Lena lie was unusually sunk into It she scooped and kissed '
the others. It way.a silent suggestion ,* PRICE 25<; 50C; and $1,00 :, ,t
that She should do (the same; but liO niotely laughed&. low. gentle laugh awkward tbat'mornlne" and ,him. "Do not be too kind to me," .
d 'remained motionless, and for tqma .and behind the friendly covert of a looked very large and out of place In he said smiling. "I am rather weak, AVOID ALL, SUBSTITUTES.Ballard .
reason he did not'cairy out his purpose. large fern which stood upon the the dainty womanly room.. Ha and klndqess has been known to kill .
"I I I, table, a. tear fell unseen upon a. piece stroked his chin with 'bla'Ilroni. people, I believe. !:
"Chnille," she said looking past rf fried bacon, brown, hand almost nervously He looked up to ahake.1 and. with Snow Liniment Co. _
.p him Into the deserted street "do )'0111 I r Presently! Lena: 'drove off to Bedford "I am'glad." he said at length. "1 Iiena,' and she 'saw that these\ were
remember one night long ago-It was place with the news. The morn am glad!" tears' lu his eyes. Adonis was stand 500-502; North Second Street
;' the first time that we danced so much:..lnJr-walJ-lt'esh: and Invigorating with Then he looked round the room ing on his hind legs, with his forepaws '
toaother..the first we found out'! :?Jusf a suspicion of ,autumnal sharpness rather helplessly. The chairs were rentingon the arm of the low ST. LOUIS, MO., r d '
iId bow well we got on twit each other" In the clear atmosphere. Never ridiculously small'and frail comparedto chair His faithful eyes 'were luminous -
."Yes,". he replied with a peculiar|1 I bad, London appeared so fair to Lena; his huge frame, and he made no with love and he Whined con- ;.,
tar dull look upon his face "Yes 1 re- 1 never had the world appeared so tempt to sit down tinually with his square chin up- t
member." 1| bright The very drudges; dustingtho "I have Just bought a very good raised.At '
"You look now Just as you looked steps and black-leading the saddle" be said suddenly and without this moment Charlie entered tbe Sold and Recommended by 4

r then" she continued vaguely "There scrapel'a'were not ordinary housemaids any sequence of thought "The room. He was laden with sundry For Sale at ( OBEI SON'S DRUG i TORE.KISSIMMEE ..1'.t; I
that morning. For them even man Is altering It for me. I suppose wraps and packages, which he set -
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tr change your appearance; you ---- -'- -
are as big and strong and-nnd reliable ;)ire seemed to have Its pleasures Its I I cancouutermandJt now," down rather absently upon a polished ; -... .t
as ever. Your manner la orpar-j i,I I Joys, and Its consolation The dust I He smiled a little and -the 'ladles table. ( .<> : :
entty the came. But there is a change!; |I1 I they caused to fly from overworked smiled sympathetically The two "The return of the prodigal lie
= somewhere-there Is a change In you. .door mats actually scintillated with elder women took an ardent. Interestin said cheerfully. "I. do wish I liked .
(r[gold. that saddle Just as they would cold veal!" '
or lu me. What IB: It-wheie Is It- i "
: how Is it, Charlie 13 It In your or ,I I The patient hansom cab horse nave taken an Interest In digestive This brought Mrs. Wright's. RIVER :ROt1arE
Is It in me?". j II I; with his Hoping! nerveless ears, was'woithy bread or the death, of Alclbladei, If thoughts back t6 practical matters .
"I expect," .he suggested reel1Eaa-n: ,'I of-all human sympathy-the Charlie had brought the subject tinder "Beef tea! she exclaimed. "You ,, ,

ly -]bat It Is In both. We are getting very ordinary hansom flew through their notice. must have soma beef tea." STEAMER LlLI IE, STEAMER: HOSEADA. \\t. w
older you see. People cannot growolder"without J: th1t rosy air with the speed of the Then they talked of Vienna and Wlnyard pointed solemnly at the Captain Clay Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay Johnson J*. l;
little sungod'n chariot the Journey there praising the gifted colonel. "
Is generally supposed changing to a be a. change I I Mrs." Mlstley was standing with her Mr. Dradshnw, and abusing the Gorman I "Ask him," be said. "I know Regular veekly trips to Basslnger s'+d return. Roseada leaves. Klsslsa*., ;;
for the better." / back to( the window the Times In railways, until Charles Mlstley nothing about It. The affair has lost nee Tuesday morning, and arrives Kisslmmee' Friday evening. 'fl."
ty' ''But-but this la not for ber hand,, when Lena entered the took hla temporary leave. all Interest for' me. He has taken Special Charter Trips to Lake Okerr>obee and Fort Myers on tbe LJUle. $ '
ter." ey room. .Tne remains of breakfast up- tie wandered down Seymour streetin I charge of the matter. I am not allowed Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable. .
5 "I believe" he said lightly "that oq the table, showed that Charley an absent-minded manner. Presently to say what I like or what I The most picturesque Waterway in Florida. ::f .;1
the whole thing Is a creation of your I had already left the house. Mrs. ho Came upon a little black-and-} dislike-In fact, 'I am. the bane of my For Passenger and Freight:; Rates apply to ;r
own Imagination. You admit that Ml&Uey turned her graceful whitehead tan terrier sitting upon a doorstep, own life" CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor ,
a am' the same; I know that you are I1 I,I somewhat sharply toward the with Its quivering spine pressed "Beef tea." said Colonel Wright On board "IJllle." Kisslmmee, ria... i. l'
unaltered] where can the change door when the servant opened It. ForD against the Immovable., door. He severely, asi, he 'drew off his gloves.. '. 1"
be?" j moment she looked at Lena with stopped before it, and life dog raised "Yee; beef tea."

> " must admit that there; la a sudden :gleam of emotion In her one paw as It to beg him to ring the I This was soon brought'out, and the Advertise in Your Home
''a'difference. Things are not as they calm grey eyes; then she laid aside bell, setting back Its head, and lookIng whole party stood around the rick I > Paper ,
'i used to be." I the;newspaper and .advanced toward up at him with pretty canine j man to see that be consumed It. .
t"11 the way of the world" lie her. coquetry Without thinking much. I 'And haye you done,all you wanted, For the Very BestRe u1ts.1 J .
replied, with A mirthless laugh. fon bav news,!", she said In tier of what he was doing, the sailor to do, Win?" asked Mrs, Mlstley 4J.
"Tnings never are as they used to be. pretty tainted English. "Lena you raised his hand an\J\ rang the bell; I presently. '

No Lena I admit' nothing. There have news 1 can fee It (Inyour: eyes." then 'he strode on. "Ob. yea;' replied he. breathlessly ., '- - -----r;, ,
d Is ini old gentleman* opening the "Yes.;'.lherep"ed. "I have'news. "I am glad" he murmured. "Yes', 'Between the Sips "Won't you: letme, <#
pisjo! preparatory to asking you to Papa has tent 1rMj.touT: that Win- I am glad! By George! be 'ex- off tbe teat ,I am going dowp totbe\ fWNi S -""" J.
alf claimed:' "by George? I anrtn- I :: . s
slna' tl must go and help him." yard Ia ', right. He Is In Vienna. inje sediment no'!". .t. :j t' ;..d'
a ..t am not going to slog the 'Farewail' Hers U a copy bf tie: telegram." for tbe alternative yet" 'And'calliuifa But Colonel Wrigbs\ wag' sotconteat -> "Widow Woman"Correct
.' to-night" she said .s'h. moved I Mrs: Mlstley received the 'news cab be. drove rapidly to the Ad with this) laconic,account'ot. his
away. ,cheei fuly.)\ >. (be,. Tlac{ surprise, ; miralty. 'V* t. ,ptrpll's .exploit t"He .
_ !'No." he replied gravely). "Plw%.e '.and was by no nieanu demonstrativeIn -' has dODO that and more!" be ( ? )' \
4ea'U"! her joy; In fet, It was hard to re- '* CHAPTER XXXIV.1j a'aid'exnltingly."He( has done what

tr Wt /---.. alise.that' shs mditVer felt a mo- The Return.:' no': man living Las done before him, 1 '
'.. : ment's aqjIetr/yrlTsiia! : ) expressed some The three ldlel'were again sittingin or could hope to do again. He bas ty Professor T.: R. Lounsbury. '
,,f, CHAPTER. ._XXXIfT.'Safe surprise ilhat'Wluyurd. should havetelegrapbed'lo the drawlngroomln Seymour.street been right through to peshawur. and .' ,
"at Lait..p: ";< ' her father instead of together: It was the Monday mortang. back,> He bas mapped out every fea' ..," UMBROUS indeed are the mothcs. which ,Lave led and eu).' .
8s Charier: 'Mlstieyl tranquilly Jjoga his own mother;. but Mrs Mlstley . Colonel/Wright had telegraphed sible'' route, and notecl'the positionof :' .''J lead men to resort to exiilrilvcs. L'pitaln' ,of those noKlm:"', ,"
; : > his' simplearrangements! tor' n thought nothing of its explaining that several times' from Vienna and other every well, and obtained every Imaginable -' , N' ? I use contain little more than u r4'I..lIIlon of the same tdesj, t f
.Journey he' was' destined never:( to Win knew ber wandering ways. towni on the homeward Journey. The Item of Information that the w"'" '. expressed by two different words, A' jmrt cf)Ihe compeuoa,; ..
{ ,take. "Charlie Is out." she added..buyIng most, Important Item in those messages officer comm-.ndlng: a division could Ilea become). obsolete or nrchfllc; hfiice it needs or needed'.
I Suspense, like all' mortal things, a saddle or something. Me bas had, been that despite medical require. And that quite oulslde'bis '1/1' to have Its meaning BtrenKihenpil. Luke for instance! a'
tt '10- ,must have an end) and for the watchers also goner to seethe doctor to show advice' Wlnyard Mlstley Insisted upon own dlplomatU'work which has been', P meant "tepid";; but as It ('11111" lo l eHoniewhHt'! unfamiliar; 1"
In?& )"Nour- street the end was his ill'm.', which Is 'as strong as the ;coming! home at once and they ,carried out,to the letter" -- the sense was brought out with piwlflon: \by adding:"to It I{ .':".-,.,. 'fl" ,i
drawing near It' came, at last ,on other now.,, I will leave:a note for might be expected at 11 o'clock en Such was the home coming of Win- ,warm. Different from this. tholl b lutwtlbly allied to It,:may T a
pJ 'the Thursday morning Just twenty.. him In case he should come In whenI the Monday morning yard Mlstley, ue the attributive use of widow In the expression( widow woman. The.seeonH "
: four hours before the time fixed''by, am out." _, It' was 'after 11 now. The ladles It was only, by degrees that they \VorJ ct.the combination Ia clearly unnecessary; but it may not have been' -
5,3 Charlie for, his departure,. An hour after the receipt of Win- were working with a calmness which extracted from him the details ot his always so. The difference of the final vowel In the original ,A11 ;Saxon words e r
l' Lena", was ;still in her room although yard's telegram Colonel Wright' was was perhaps slightly overdone.-Adon- perilous Journey. ,How ',he escaped constituted the sole) distinction between!: wlduwa a "wldowfr, ," and wlduwe s."wldow. .,
c the punctual breakfast bell at Charing J Cross Station. Shortly is slept peacefully Reside Mrs.' Mist- detection by the readiness of his wit. : .", When the levelling processes that went on after the Conquest "k
had b.ell'rung some minutes before. before the departure his train Mrs. ey's' chair upon a corner of her How encompassed by danger, ..Kato both these words the same ending -u.. a natural way to fix definitely ,
r, She was, In the act of fixing a little Mlitley and Lena arrived accompanied ,dress.. treachery* and fanaticism on every Mea ot lemlnlnlty, before -er was adde-to create masculine: form,_would \ f I ",
brooch at her throat when there was' by Adonis who had quits assumed These Continental trains are Invariably side he came through it all by sheer be to. append "woman" to the common word. If this were so, It would be _1ft I' .
t' a hurried knock"at the door and the the repose of manner characterising late." observed' Mrs. 'Wrlcht.Ilanelni Belt-reliance and Intrepidity. How almost/ inevitable that tie combination would survive long after the necessity ,i
t found of the colonel's voice;vibrating : a town dog. at the clock upon the man- he lay for months 111 In a Turcoman for it had disappeared. However this maybe the expression has subsisted ? t
1 with emotion' followed. instantaneously It was arranged that If Wlnyard telpiece.. tent nursed and tended by the simple for centuries !In our speech. When In our version of tho Bible the woman
',- was seriously III he should be takento Yes." was JoI.... Mtstley's cheerful nomads. How time after time or rekoah tells King David: "I am Indeed a widow woman, and mine huh
"I.enat; ) Lena!1"" Seymour street which was quiet reply; "we can hardly expect them the combination seemed too strong band is dead," we'are supplied In the same short sentence with Illustrations '.
.- ,w'yesvpspaV'-slie' answered; 'quietly and more'convenient for aq Invalid yet. Colonel Wright did wisely I for him; to fight against and bow his cr two different sorts of expletives. For tbe one, the original Hebrew Is,
,enough: Then she stood motionless than Bedford Place. After a few think, in suggesting that none of us good fortune attended him to the necessarily responsible; for the other, the sixteenth-century translators The
.i with her1 back to the. 'window, watchIng days' rest the move to Broomhaugh should go to the station. There will very end. But all this had to be \Vcl.nite, : version of the fourteenth century had "aoman-widow., But wbstft '. t,
: the door. could' easily be accomplished. be' noise and, fuss enough without ,. guessed at by his loving listeners <.\ ortglo.the expression has come down to the presept time. Nor,I'' ,
w : "May'I come. In, Lena" All this was rapidly settled .and my being there to agitate Win and The story of that unique apd wonderful It confined, asl, is often asserted to colloquial speech. To cite one instance. " J ,
"Yes!''., there was.still three or four minutes make him pretend that he Is stronger Journey was, never fully told. out of many, it Is used In Barnaby Rudge by Dickens, when speaking In bis O ,
She, knew that there 'was news alalt. to spare. They proceeded to walk than he really Is. It Is much better Faftljr by aid of their own imagination own person. 'To find this widow woman,!' he says, . "linked mysterious-, .'
a .. up and down the broad platform) bat Charlie should meet them;" partly by persistent questioning. I iy with 'an '"-omen'd man . was a discovery that pained as much asstartled ;
.Then"the door opensd. ]i'For. mo-,I I somewhat restlessly amid the restless "Where Charlie I.." suggested Mrs. they succeeded In putting together a hlm.'WHarper's. Magazine.
f 'meat Lena experienced a strong desire I throng. To Colonel Wright this comfortable Wright, In a low tone, "there will be more or less connected narrative; L "J' ''c,
r to( laugh aloud.. Tile colonel en. Journey was nothing; be bad 19 fuss. He possesses a happy faculty but Winyard'a own account was decidedly . ""
tered the room hastily; In one band, secured a good seat and there was : of doing the right thing at the unsatisfactory, as well might
lie flourished' submarine; telegraphform no crowd yet he was not at his case; I right moment without appearing. to have been expected.) A man cannot
in the other was the bread. He felt compelled to break the silence know that he Is doing It." tell his own story advantageously.., '
,knife,, with little scraps of brown which was In reality by sad!" said Charley's mother There was no one else to tell the Federal Control of Rail '.
,paper adhering to Its edge. means Irksome to the ladles"There '"* vaguely, She was about to say something tale of Wlnyard Mlstley's achievement ,
"Mlstley at Vienna! be gasped .are," he hazarded "many'different more, but checked herself suddenly and eo It was never told. Far I ' ?
"He is" at Vienna!.' Thank Ood for aorta of courage. There Is ; and "spreading her work out away' on' the lands of the Khlvalan I roads i Je f ended. r
this!*'' : that of the soldier which Is emotional before bet she proceeded to smooth It desert out of tbe caravan route, in a ,
'v', ''116 threw' ; "the'breadknlfe upon the .and strongly dependent on emulation out with deft fingers patting) It here trackless waste untrodden by the feet / i s ssss ssssssssssjsssss issssssss ssssssssl

bed;and t' presently went there 'and i ; there Is that of the sailor which and there and tugging It' eornerwlse. of man' for years together a few By United States District Judge AmJdon".T" .7-1. down upon It la p.rbap.'of a higher.order, thoughIt While thus occupied, she spoke again; whitened bones, picked clean and "'
."Yes," said Lena quietly. She was Is purely defensive:: be repels dangers without' looking up in a light conversational ' scattered by the quarreling vultures of Worth Dakota. -i'',.
'aun engaged: with :her',,brooch. and and fights for his life., But tone:. lay' beneath, the gleaming sun, waitIng r, .- --- "- hr's's .1IIt - -_ ,_, ) .
.now she turned to look Into the. glass highest ot all J there Is' the courage ' said "I cannot the end of all things. This, and -v- \.a ,
t MLenaiexclaimed! her father that needs no emulation, asks for quite realize that Win Is 111. What nothing more was what ,remained of ++ ++..e* T Impossible to maintain over carriers the manifold Coax F k a
,"Do you bear msT Do' you and ? none to share Its dangers, faces solitude ailments he has, bad have always the young Englishman's) daring companion -' 2 trol of the different States and the'Federal government because -', ''
dh stand T, He Is at, Vienna! H.7s+ and continuous risk with steady come! when he was away from I during the'cr.ater part of his I ,, f! It impossible to separate local from through business "r'c 'w"
safe I Here Is the this Is, the cannot to. bow wonderful 'and the' $ $ and because whenever $ !
telegram. They Intrepidity.,. Surely. ,noblest -. picture\ myself he, win Journey story. of > the State prescribes a schedule, of' '
have Just brought IU'! ,': : courage."..., .. take -It.l1e; bas' always. been. .so well It lay* silent with those bones. a rates for local business, It thereby directly' and necessarily
+'t 4 He held the paper'toward her. Shesaw They turned and.walked 'towardthe and hearty.! ., " : .. ,(To be continued.) ***. regulates Interstate business as well. The necessary conas.k',
the action" and I noted, mechanically engine again, Adonis meekl 'fol,: "According to. papa's telegram be m:;::J, quence 'I. that either the nation must take,, control of com _; tt
the .slips ot blue paper'pastedon lowing with his left ear slightly elevated i'ti'hearty still. ;. said Lena, gayly' as A Moving Man.A. **+..+. coerce within the Estate, or States will take control of ..>\ \ -. '
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to the white telegraph form. She and his face etpresslve dignified he carefully selected a thread of silk _. .' B. Klnner ,who came back te merce between the States State :control of railroads wUt'reestablish -*;,
remembered wishing, ."wltb all herb '' attention for Jie, loyed the from a parti-Colored] 'tangle.." I i"He, Fredoniatrom. Niagara' Falls some State supremacy over ,Intentate"commerce.,.to 'prevent which- '. :V
'b, ; ,strength to 'step forward and take sound of the colonel's voice. telegraphed 'Spirits high,' which mODthl' ago moved his family back was'the chief domestic cause.for"'the"adoption-of Constitution< '.. J
.', ,that paper?.then there cams a sadden "Ah!"> continued the old soldier, sounds. like 'a meteorological r port.It to the Falls yesterday.The'moving State regulation bas been, Inefficient and for, that reason alone its.locallaln Hitherto' 'i 1 >t
,,, : ..blank, a sense; of utter. 'boundless with a glance downward at the silent "I ,think Win's- spirits) 'are proof Is'of Interest inasmuch as It Is theIIftIUth' ower' baa not become manifest It Is now becoming organised .; ...,.
raculty and she found bar mother's women, on either' :side of' him, ,, both ac..bat.a good' deal/' replied )Ira. time that -Klnner bas and effective.. 'I(. continued It !its Inevitable result ,No rivalry energetic 'ot"., '
,comforting' arms around bar. trim and straight' and gracious, I NI.tle, with,at glance toward Lena changed his) residence. Fredonia 'surpass that of our commercial ,centres, and State governments. can. p ?1/.n
At breakfat'the telegram'was discussed though one bead ,was clad In'soft; I It was a mere",passing peepA;; the Correspondence. Buffalo. Times,. authority I be efficient will represent their own, commercial Interests .the] ..: .... r
word by word.. It was not ec- dry white 'b&lr--"andlthere: Is. the I little .,lady 'saw. >, convince national government and tit, States cannot prescribe rules'to tbe same ) : ""' ,
.... ,tlrely satisfactory upon closer Invest-!* wonderful courage of _women: who : her;that the needle stoodavery: poor For "tJ.a thee Ulud. mentality without being brought Into' constant conflict -This. I Iastru..R. .' ,
:"" .,gallon/; ,.:\f.r,' stay behind and wait; but'that is different chance-" of being threaded Just then' Ill qualities 'are contagions as well I .brought us to,theverge of civil war In North Carolina<<: and been,the baa occa alread :' ?.,
'.(' _.':'Safe-bur quite knocked' top.: Can ; think; It ,oom. .s' to'them. ) t you'',com.' 10. tie? Tell mater and. ; from heaven"' wheels broke' Upon 'them : liable to Infection at the. 'body I result In the complete Supremacy ot one authority.or .tlle.other.-From> %_.
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.. Hidden.Danger"I I.*| Lurfc,and .. Little H.rolrie'Loet Life h to Tfylfl te, -
r-.r .
; .Defects 'Are Pointed Out 'In' the, ',Save Boy Companion. -

;. Van Cleave l Says} :.Most of : . ,8naU, F6r the .South, :are Brought Bold Band of Night Riders, 1 In a desperate 'attempt'to save her Miners

Them Should BeNoeing.A7 Before Congress. in Kentucky Town. little six-yesrold .companion, David. 'Up:'in Pit Ftood.
Y -; Washington special I say: i Senator !. Roger, 'who was 'menaced' by* rapidly By

Tillman Thursday 'approaching train?Lilly May Kline ,
presenteda petition( II ,:years ,ole of Emerson, Ga.near.

HTi: TAFT' DUBBED STRADLEfl to the,senate h'omAltred O, Croaler. TEN. MILLIONS. .. SOUGHT FOUR WHITES;'SIX'BLACKS Cartersvllle, was caught and with i 'SIG' 'DAM' BROKE IJ

_ *, a-': manufacturer: of Wilmington. jteL.. '- :y '-\ child '.tn' 'ber arm 'ground to death .... "
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__ protesting against the passage, of \the, under the wheel of a Louisville and .

_ _t Hd of Mamifactsirer. ** Association Aldrtcta currency, hilL It was rtad Bill -.Reported. by. Claims Commit- Mob, Three Hundred Strong, Raid* the Nashville" freight englnet To add hocrorto Orest, Flood .f Wt r an*" Steals I

_ f h"fsfc Delivers Address Before Larg and< will be ,--printed ia' the'-Coo .;. .t v -ti., end 89Uth.rn.r.. Will, ,G.t ." 'Town ef' Eddyvllle and 'Crests of the young the terrible girl wa tragedy standing-the father helplessly ed In Without Warning'Upon/.

Gathering .of ,Chattanooga. atonal Record. The petition strongly ;an Immense Sum If. Reign of Terror1' Judge' by. and 'witnessed: the scene. less Workers, .Bui '....ssos "

Buslnes* Men., objects to that featureof \tbe bill It Pass*. Warned Not to Prosscut, The accident occurred Monday afternoon Are HepeMlef I Saving Them.

which ,removes the'rostrloUon/'ot,the a* the children were returning -
That Secretary' Taft has straddled exlslng law against the retirement of A Washington' special ,dispatch Night' ,tlders.; three hundred 'strong;' from school They were accompanied Twenty-eight miner were dmpri

F > the: question of ,organized labor, and the present ,bank note and the confemplated -' says: About $$10.000,000'may be seour4 vl:I EddyrllleK7.; at 1 o'clock Sunday by.. the father of Lilly May Kline. ed In the Mld-Yaliey colliery.

has, therefore, lost the nomination forWe.14ent emergency" currency: from the-government by the people morning and whipped ten mID Ju.t-.* the children reached a point Mount Carmel" Pa. Monday, ;("nii

F'' -Such a' law.: says Mr 'Crozier. four of thorn white and six opposite the works of the Tennessee by the breaking 'a dim of';
Is the -opinion- of James bill reported unanimously negroes.The
of: the south If iron
:. a Coal and company at Bartow a which bad '
agitation'that ,|
-ouldetart nUgJit ,11)1'IIIe4'la
take drift '
: *i ,
W, Van CI.ave'ot i white men, who suffering from
; 8t. Louis, express from national banks'thq right under' by" the house committee on are freight train was heard approaching. caused a:rush of mod Into a' _
ed la bis Invective against. some of which and'' law. till sore backs as the result'of a,: .sever* Th. two children were walking on one where the men '
they now, protflUbly .Issue war claims becomes a ..: The were at work.
methods employed by the Amerlcaa 'loan to the people, nearly. 1700.000,000' '' chastisement with the. switches are: side of the track while Mr. Klin Among the men entombed are
to the court of claim* ,,Jurlsdlo- ...a'
federation Labor In his apeech'O'I1 gives ? on the other. Suddenly the little *
'of bank number of experienced :
notecurrency and perhaps'jeopardise Police 'Judge C. W, Rucker, Leslie minerssatIs
EIL ; "The Industrial South." before a.representative the gold standard 1 a..Lt. Uon ot the claim. .for abandoned lands Woods former marshal Press boy started to cross the track. He' did believed( that It will I be, posit

gathering of Chattanooga's" "Bank' note' currency U not a legal,' and property which' was sold, during Frallcjc,. who occasionally city acted; as not tenure: "how close the train was to effect the rescue of t'\ .h.mea
him until be between 'the
'manufacturer Wednesday night tender. Its acceptance a* money cannot the civil war and the proceed turned deputy city marshal and Grace Robertson upon got less some of them eHoold have.,1
In- his address Mr.4Van Cleave told 'be compelled..' Few know this asaloon rails; then, looking up and seeing the death by'being smothered 111 the
Into the United State treasury. porter.The ,
'of the wonderful growth of the south Prominent lawyer; bualnet men'and'even train ..'nly a few fset away be wa of mud when the dam broke; '
r- During the proreei of the civil war connection between the Whipping and '
IeIlled with
fright stopped
ilncs the civil1 war telling of S.yen
the of the
snocbsses members 'of congress disputed number are Amc
1.)' of the"day: 'and 'Of. the dan- this fact until shown the. law The the government authorised the seizure of the white men and the negroest Lilly May seeing the danger 'o>f the The men bad been emplo .1D.No.

; gar, ,which were besetting manufacturers , peoj&e generally are' decelevd by th.goPernment's and all of abandoned land and the and the Is 'not tobacco war .in.western Kentucky cutld.-rushed upon the track and. witha drift of the east .13*'gangway;;; drli
I and has
United no one, raised him In "'
the superhuman ,
and which should be guarded endorement Into..bellevtog net proceed placed In effort a beading, to tUe surface, .Tho'<

r. '8 .Iut., Among the .problems which It to be'r ai.Dlon.y. It look. like I j State: treasury. There wa a'.provl-: been of able .to vicUms'wam'known offer any explanation.None her arms,.,but she' was' an instant. too rain and thaw of the last t few' .

be sold b&eI ' solved"was that of money but It 1* cot. Any One don j Iqu that If any one should begin suit active the influential' In. either, late, for, quick as: a' Bash. the englna bad caused 'a. great dam' 'or' w.ter.,

latror. He also' paid gala ,respects 'to refuse to accept It Then 'actual inon within two year after the.! close of the 'farmers or pooling opposition. No to' "bore her down/ and weds the child accumulate In No. 10, breambj&

Chi.:Average legislatures the southra -, ey, gold or'tr ...urY"l'"note." must be'' the 'war and prove that the property '.ttempt.wu. made at destroying moyement.stored still ,.n' hers;"arm, crushed them. todeath. .. drift -and the pressure 'hecame'lIeuT' .
""' .btea: declaring that 'nantitae-- 1011l1c1 '.nod''tel1dered. This demand at.' sold belonged toxhlm. the money ire- tobacco. that It dually broke'' hand

furors should pay: closer 'attention' to the last moment nay work great toe celved,for It should be' paid over: but ,The riders were will drilled and well Both form were mangled beyond a great sea of mud J ctwecl' '
i qu.stloaa and to (hi* Ute citizen bringing'the 'suit '* recognition.. -4. .: the where the '''were'
political and .ee' that the wrong.: Do we want $500.000,000more armed. About SO entered the town ; gangway men
sw right ,kind 'ot "representatives 'currency that 1* not lawful had to .U'blDlt loyally'to. the, uoloD" work. It filled It. for' a dlstanee. .
were from the direction of Trlgg county, '
sent'to pass the right kind of la.WL II1C. 11eT1" ; This dl.qu.IIC.d'molt southerners" and 'the remainder from the opposite -, about SSO feet. '

Ills reference to what be 'consider The panic, Mr.'Crosier says, appear until'the'amnesty proclamation"! declared direction. .rfo".d' Three different rei cuing .

ar ed' tbe'probable defeat'of Secretary .ed. "providentially Just before this ...- In :1866. which came too'la.te' Over' 'thousand shots 'were fired for Aflp.ndlcltl.and I were put to,wort at once. '
r Taft followed Ion ot congress'.wheni It.w a'plaoned: I take the 'claims! ,to court, 'the two Outcom. The noise of men working with I
a quotation; from a press during the course of their .stay but Uncertaln"I I
dispatch to the effect that Samuel'aom- ( to seek currency legislation. I years .limit having expired. The object the only ''casualty' reported Is I that :of a Following a'n | inside gave the rescuers great ea

per intended to''enter the political Referring to the demand'for. an 1 ot this. bill' 1* to enable the original young woman-'Whose'face Is said to the bowel; Senator Asbury C. LeUimer agement, and It It bslleved that;:

Held and organize a emergency currency he says: owners of the confiscated prop. been by'a of South Carolina, for five terms a majority of the men entombed
Y party composed otsaemborfof have grazed stray bulletThe' \
the American Federation ':They diff not explain! why the country I 1 I erty to get the. money It brought wises home of Judge Rucker was badly member of the house of ,representatives alive, although It Is 8O.r'c.ythat

has\ got on. so"welt for.a dozen, told and since 1893 a member of the all of them, were'fortunate i
Clf Labor. lie said he would be' only : damaged before;the rider.:were able .
I' without. cliange I. senate, seriously 111 at 'the.Providence .,, to have escaped the great rusU of
Coo I years panic or In the < J.
glad if the party was organised--** "' to 'get hold of It would' prevent such men a* Taft currency law. Many believe the pan i!I TRUSTY. IMPLICATES JAILER.-- riddled'with bullet, -doors' and'".hut.' hospital "Washington., when the dam broke 'f,,. l
Ic caused Senator Latlmer is IT old. tie Croat wa 'by such promoters to years Bath
from being'atrald of the chimera of ;; ten torn oft; etcAfter: taking each
'w' '. organised labor. I pinch the country to hurry congress j Make Confession RegardingEscap. of the men to the edge'of town and bad not.been fe Jloa:' well for *.week around the mouth Cf the slope.'They 1
At midnight Saturday be w.. 'audden. eluded the families-: the '
to )hastily pa. the currency legislation j of Harper and Barton eat
Among other warning whipping them they were .allowed to "
: given
; manufacturers "
ly taken 'worse and was removed at men '< .
they desire to punish the administration -
by Mr.. Van'Cleave Joe ..William*, one of the Atlanta return home.
wa to I
'r one for, enforcing the' laws with- once to the',hospital for 'an oll8r.Uon During the day women and lCbt
After the had been administered
protect their Interests'against Indicted the whipping
by grand
the trusties.
'' passage out:leaf or favor, to advance interest' tower for appendicitis. were gathered about the mine, hav
of unjust'laws. lie said that this rates and to reduce wages of labor 'I jury for aiding in the recent escapeof the mob awakened County The> operation was performed Mon rushed there from their home at

could be done by sending'the beet kind and price of securities) and property John Harper and John; Barton has Judge him 'Y. his I* Crumbaugh Immunity from and warned similar day and,. at It* conclusion, it 'was announced -' first"alarm TftJ''" '

of men 'to the legislature. advisedthem'to for their )lawless purposes and profit, made a confession, In" which be Im-,. that that,' though hope was felt not be prevailed upon,.to go borne; ,
hereafter depended entirely
pay more attention to political; ''"Tbe.t. of the Knickerbocker"I s plicate very strorfgly ..Jailer' Jame for his recovery, the 'outcome was "by. 'Insistedupon remaining 'about
subjects on the friendship ho was expected to '
J and to elections, Trust company >precipitated, .the runa Prown, who was also Indicted. no :means certain. mouth of' the ''slope: After rap
show the'tobacco growers' organization. .
1' "( was In a legislative ball' recently." 'on bank and caused: the, panic. Sudden ]i According to his statement be and wa. was .beard from (Ith. 'entombed ,
eald Mr.: Van Cleave,"and Isaw fifty I refusal by one Wall street bank. '| Brown 'bad do with..the delivery, lie: that-his!, gray hairs, FOR COTTON AGENTS ABROAD, these faar-strlcken, ones, were .
alone were responsible for' bIB being
men'whom. Iwould, not pay $4Q a week further to clear for that trust com' 'and' John Groves, the other, trusty this time. --1' 1-. reassured, and many'ot' tbenl.rttur

to' sell stoves-for me; and yet theywere ,pany and wild exploitation that .against whom a,true bill was returned. spared, Appropriation of $35,000 Stand'In Executive to their homes while others built
only tobacco m visited was J.
sent to"th* legislature. Many ot :. fact In the 'newspapers' wrecked the Is. Innocent any crime. The and .Judiciary Bill. bonfire with the ..intention' ham
? Mr Bradshaw was ordered to'close
those who':are making our laws for u* trust,company, The" powerful' master't, ,H. eaathat. he* makes. this Clean for,,one of the growers' association up*., :The qeustlon. 'of maintaining four out ,during the night., 'The| mix
should he workinglnv the mlll'or hoeIng : ot 1 breast of It :because bis conscience about the-colliery"'wero fonn4lnt
Wall street who' Is said to ,doml- Mr. Dradsha was ordered to 'close np cotton agent abroad came ''up for discussion .
'_ corn" J' c hate the bank *at In the gallery of 'hurts him, and to admit, his, guilt relieves a'billiard ball which ho'owns. in .the house Monday when temporary police forcebut later In

a ; the United States, senate and nodded the torture.-Now' be throw afternoon i"squad of state., conit abllapPeared.
Before leaving the town 'the' ridersannounced the legislative executive sad. Judiciary
!7 , 'PAROLE: GRANTED "BILLIE" BATES 't.he court .on', the scene and.pert>
approval as, the distinguished authorof himself on the mercy '9t, that they' had not flnlabed appropriation will' was up for
.. the"'Aldrlch bill' .poke'la advocacy Williams made his confession, on : excellent service, keeping the; ,
GIN,. Was Dresssd as a Boy and ot the .'8&Iure. path, and declares''he: 'will wear In back.
' '" Doing . : before :many .days. It,, will be rectllad that: a hard fight ,. -,
.' the Regular Tramp Act.; ,"'Th ;bUgest-'joker'' in the AUrfchbill court that Brown wa a party to'the .' was made "lastyear on this appropria '

"Blllle" Bate, the girl who dressed ,",say. Mr.Crozler..18 the,fact that j Crime that he first mentioned and; I '' "' DETECTIVES NAB MORSE .1 tion.-Representative* Harrlsoa-ot New :'ROEBLINOLEAV68Atilt. "

'a. a.bojr'.and war *ent< from Houston- the restriction -contraction: of bank '.I told the .two trualle to fee Harper .' ' York led'' the opposition , ,-.--..,
i., 'V ,.j' ".}?. .
county,' Alabama, to the mines' after 'note Issues, Is wiped out entirely." It and aecertain.,what they could get out Indicted > Promoter--.4 Held
conviction ot riding on train unlawfully makes it possible suddenly to contract of the, Job ' ** Landing representative pointed out that the Dry,Town.'

has been paroled 'fcy' 'Governor .and.destroy rn one day-'the entire 7.' f! The sum' of ITS waa paid William 1New': York maintenance of those tour cotton' lUvlng declared, his Intention .

.. -' TOrmer,', along wlUI Joseph. ;,Bates,,. her. QO .OOO.OOO bank note currency end also Vby'IIarpeti! ; and this was to"be divided Charles'w, Morse: financier ports abroael'WA.* a great help to the I time ago .of leaving' Asheville,.\ N.
brother. the '$SOOo6o,000 emergency -currency, with Brown: bur before the two could moter'of many large combinations In Industry in promoting our "foreign bec.uaoth. town went.eI.'ID'thec.nt

_ > When 'th. fwo were triad 'at' DothanJt oe: a. total of 'l,2 O.CIOOOOO of currency (get together ''for- the division;. Brown 'c1udlnc'the co-call' 'ice .trust., and, a trade, After a hard fight 'the Item 'I prohibition election, JohnA,,

was thought that, both were:men" used by' the people' as money. Sudden< ,left,the tower: and,'''llIIam.: ,,knowln.j .merger.of,nearly! all of..the coastwise. was left- In., ling multi-millionaire. manufacturer
; ''contraction' .: steamship lines; returned to New York Trenton.'N. J. has left that city
a*,,both wore trousers, but on" arrivalat .but, $50,000.000"availa that be would ,be searched, went tog ,

Flat :rap ,mille. It waa ',found that ,'ble money' by bank cleposltor..rec u tiT j toilet room and threw the currency, Saturday from Tile trip' to Europe. He .POLICE FORCE.DENOUNCED.. . ; his family for Trenton ih..late.1.
caused a fearful panic and ararmed the .I ; was, arrested In" his stateroom When I of hi* father Colonel WasBli 1
"BllUe away
was a' girl
and not a bad '
whole ",F 1 the steamer Btrurla' reached quay I Exists Roebling ot Brooklyn, Bridge fame
looking one 'country7bat'would: happen to otT- ; in Washington
& at .th.t.; Many' clUibns, in'different / Reign '
), the'OO1Intry.Jrbei1 the stranglingcon-; ':I PRIMARY IN FLORIDA .antlne la the lower bay held In custody Before be'left Roeblrog, dlstrlfcthousands
parts of theatajeinte.sted: ; .... Declares' Congressman Slmms.
e themselves In'the'case; traction' .of'more" than $1,000.000.000, until the ship, was docked.and'then }?f dollars' .among( ;his'ztioyes <
and urged *
lT' the about-bait the available money 'supply'l IFlx.d. atla wa whirled away in ,an automobile The charge that a reign :of terror servants that left,bebtaoffice'

.governor- to release the&lr1'TheT of the United Stabs the most active by'. D''I" fo'r Executlve Committee to the home 'of justice Victor Dowl-,, exist In the city of Washington was :boys and' others' (hom 1 ,,):j;

were tramping. from Jacksonville Fla.. and convenient half, was begun i May 10. lag of the supreme court .where, be made in the house.' 'of representatives sired to,.remember/ f "1-

to Terr Haute, .Ind: : .' The Florida democratic state executive gave bond In the sum of 20.000 to by Mr.' Slm n. of Tennessee. He referred Roebling bas given thousands, i

'NEW FOUNDRY COMPANY committee met 'In Jacksonville answer to two Indictment charging ,to the I robbery of a woman the tars to charity' parpo 9v/Ald'' & ,.

STARCKf MIXER, EXPLODE.' .. ----:... ( Tuesday and'fixe:! May 10 ..*_te'for grand larceny, and. Involving the, sum evening before In front of 'the,ffrltlsh being the most pnblle-splr'lted:;.ct|
t 1" t- :* + electhnsto'nominate United embassy, and said It was the twenty- '3 Ashevllle .
Organized at Norf6lk'.nci Will Operate I primary a of 100000. hewas tho largest
\ Five! People! KllUdVndPI-.' ntB. Com States / '' released It..t'.of such climea' committed In the ,, '
: In Annlsften, AUbamtr. :' .,nator,.xOongremen, tneach"of Mr,., Morse was and wentimmediately payer not excepting George Wti''
*. > /- pt.te,; .. The Woodstock'Iron..Works of Nor-' 'the throe -4tatrl ti and all tate to' hi. Fifth-,Avenue home; city .since September last.,- He, denounced I derbltt. He gave; his magnificent;'

Flv&yesons 'are believed to1''have' 'rncorpofated. by: '.the': 'Virginia and-county officers.! 'A .e oDd primary where he, later gave...o'ut'a' statement ,th'e1"police force and referred ''Ifttte. "B8j&ullch1euee} ,'*'' which

? beenkllledbjthe "explosloa''of a' mix:' ata.te",,corporation: ,commission for ''the will be held :,.June 16:;'for ;all 'officers' asserting his Innocence, .'and taking to the fact thetralthough'''there was George'' ,W., VandetrblU's Imo .: _

iv er"IM tho'ifuch' factory.,ot C. 11.,.Tan-' conduct or... general foundry buslne6K'<. where candidates do not' secure. ,a.mar.: the. public to suspend judgment; until I within quick? call by.telepb a regiment more estate. to'the''Epscopa1vsnllcarf ( ;;

tb tir ."...'-I"fPrt\'ldeuce.; R.: L,. ..W.dn"adayaft 'WM,'organized at .Norrolk, ..>Thursday ,, Jortty at the first'primary, '- .he"bass the 'opportunity'. ,',.oi., ''facing his, I I of cavalry. and a _regiment, of board 'of the. 'United States.

_11OO 1. Three' otJ1 r' person's! Were : with a capital':of$500.000.. The com ', Arthur.:Williams' was eleeted' thalr accusers In courtFORESTRY marines, their services bad not been Ing'he did not,propose to stay in- A.k.e

r f, Injured,. The building wa wrecked: panT will oper&t81n Annl ton, Ala. a*, -man. of tbe'oomroltto?, vies;Duncan U. ,, enlisted 'to. run down the criminal. vllle any longer, .. the town bad'-voted,

i t.X[) by the, explosion and fire following.t ; ., aa lIIarytO'the"present WoodstockFoundry : Fletcher. who la a. candidate for Unl-. I BILL 1 SHELVEDSo wKor', be said were,' as a rule, ne dry, and be .w.. acting from'a' JM.teIt!'

b 'completely\ ,destroyed plant' ,' and Iron Works.' .. ted'.'States. senator. ".. : groes.. --- of principle altogsUier In: leavlnjff a

n 11 i i i' I", : '' -' : I Far a* Action ,.t'rds.nt: ,.**.Ion'I : THIRTYTWO'PAST CENTURY.:: .. '!.. t


.,..--,' ';' AH for the of the bill "- ;-':- : "
: hope passage Mr." Kllersase Believed to B.. Oldest '
; "Another..Chapter to' 'Cowhldl g' EplCffD -t Dynamite Bank'sndtiMake 'Aged Mexican War Veteran.Glvss Advice I creating forest reserves In the Appalachian White Person Earth.- r"i Crash Between, Passenger ,Engine. :!;
-..; sods In .C. on;. Q... : :. Way, With;",23000. : 'en Tombstone. and'''White mountains, is dead, and, Electrl Car, "" .;,,,

xt D I. chapter'to:the:whipping"(of 1DroDaIley.: :: namltlng and:.totally''wrecking'. $9- at the Indiana state soldier home Englanders:visited Speaker Cannon. onBatordary creaer'living; at Pine M.lII. near:'Fort injured when:a Blg'Four: ; :'' pa' ntert I
: Worth, Texas'Celebrated her birthday and'Western
dlvprce 'ooa aod'Man- and were'inforvned the train struck< a Toledo, ,;
HI.wlfelliasiaied a i, p..UUonro : building of the Farmer; { ttat'.
.... who died,Wednesday night, aged 9J *""'' '' a' few day ,ago: It I Is' be'.ieved'kh.,, : '
electric 'car *f tbe,, Michigan. ;
>> In:Franklin superior .court,' th.ground''being ntacturersBa'nk, 'in, Rich Hill, Mo., \ bill .au1lpa..d.. 'I" entrau:
', ,-')K Jbit-- flve,'bandits,'.heavily ''armed,:,terorUed..l[' yeais.wu;! burled Thursday beneath a -.The speaker has .been opposed to I I. the! oldest white' person' In the crosstng-,-In. Weat Toledo;. 'Ohio, at .'1
world. She born' 'Febrllart 10
I" InS alleged-that tie would-chastise ber the citizens' '.there.'dearly*'Wednesday, :I tombstone ;)'whlcb, he. himself had tbo'il e ure'.er since It was Introduced. -' .was'''countjNorthCal.olina , _'CIOCk1 Baturday- night;. _,:
1776 in Halifax: :: ,, : '- "
, and that hit'treatment: was very'cruelItI -, '.nd ,after excbaniing'shotj'wlth'' ''the ', carved this epitaph: / He particularly-opposed"to' lived ''years According' on,ieye-wltnesof; theJ.:,
there 100 be-
and .
_ld'tha"J' *' > ; mad sheriff's l 'No -;: r because the republicanadministration l wreck '.the,, conductor stopped ,at'thslcros.1"
: Ky ri-galleyhas ;; >osse.r escaped, one; :wa.'Iojur.ed "A bachelor lie* beneath this sod } fore'she removed with hay family -to *- acrosseelng
t*, ,niarlmonlarventures: prior,to the'pres' elther'rbythe' shots'or. .theex"ploaloa . I. Who disobeyed the law of Clod.Aerceyto4'oiherw faces A dci9clt In the treasuryand Texa: Her daughter aged 88; and to flag tbe car : thj;;:
,which did fI'. the of the house leadersIs. the1U-J-, ml1 l''be'motlon.cS'to'; ,
eat i program
( rhBsult happHr.I '
?M ; 'J ..' "..J' "L ..t"w.:. r .1/: boat;.llve.a: V*batcb'sal, here! I give-did'live." not to .spud a: cent'that. .'Is.'..act. ib. granddaughter- ,," .,ed,63..IIYo",' .tthber" -. ,, I 'motormaurtostop; but'' thj signal; '

.. rP( t J joo > \; - .blatet, necessary.EXGOVERNOR. ettbeYlsunderatood. not *eeav
J : : PIN d IK: r 'i-- ON THE';JOS: waM'
FLEET PAge. VALPARAISO.: 'BOr. I-, ,. : 'COURTrY, .. '-, .ORANDFIELD h' ., r'
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( ,' ; .TO 'T.HE. : ." .': ,
CoYeln.WhOl'\'l'He Thrashed.; Is _rel- 8ue **d* Hltchceck as First Assistant .
e .Chheai.Alv.n: Opportunity t* Vlv it If', ::'" .'1:

''" .$om.?'R.a1FI0htIng.Machlnes I. :"i ed Twenty Centa' Damage 'b ,Immigration Question 1 aThusDisposid'of 'Perjury.Laid. to' Former: Chief CxecuJ.1. .', Postmaster"1 O.nera1.Frank 'In Maryland ,Ben t. i and/;W
?il 'f :TW great. American fleet of/sixteen Count, Boat d. Ciattnane+ the divorced at Tampa Confer.fc.. >fvef N_' Jtrsey. H. 'Hitchcock, first .assistant 'Be Submitted to People.1 ,,':',

b..we.hlpa.unde the, 'command: ;,oft : husband-of' Madam' "Gould, who After. adopting resolutions referring : .'Indctnaeits i''altaglDC". perjury w re' postmaster gen:rsl'who: concluded his', v, The e constitutional aniendmeiit-;

: near.:'Admiral'.Evans pl.nedJalp.r&l: 1 wai Mlas. 'Anna-- Gould, was fined 'the Immigration question back 'to'the ,!retuhaedJt 'New :X(>rk' Ttu'rsdayagarost strvlce with the goytrameat Saturday, signed to dlsfrinchte. 'colored/ rv.t

., :so.:.Chlle;' Friday afternoon, .ond.: con- : $20 ,.In the, c rr. Uonal'court:; ,.at,Part several states and, wxpresslng prefep-'; former Governor'Of New .Jr- .will be succeeded by Dr. Charles. era of the stab hiss"K', '". ,

v 'ilnued 'on'' U.: voyaga northward for > Tuesday for" 'hl,, cent. Attack upon ,ence ""for-securing-settlers from other' tel:,JPoiter"MvVoorliee 'and Prink'4j)(' Or. dAe14. ;cblef.5yttlr4tnktbatoMCO. the )Maryland-eenate, Them ,
Callao the next,:ttopprngplaceY .-'. hla'couslnPrince' ,.Hello"'dg' Sagan. : cute 'rather,Umfrom".foreign; coon*' ; the
P4ll'1l, ( Combed, following m grand Jury"inqulry4nto"the Dr. T----M'T '? MfrrUrn "rr", ;.lnIt will be- submitted to peopSR'
a .' I yj11Valparalso! and thousand ote'F. Damage.''to' the::amount 'or twenty: fJ'tries;,',ti: .Immigration! "convention:.*4-, acts 'of,these 'two men to th; senate on JW da YWi.Mtil'the' tie'; general: etoct.

'" .., toDi: Jrom.\.yel'J'.cttt.\ : ;,'.CItIl.l> : :.. 'cent.were; awarded 'the; prince, who 'Jaunted' at Tampa.Tta' , ..-'Friday sin. while 'they 'were efficlals ot t.he Dank. : nomination I* conflrwed.'WiVWlH; : 'beaodnr 'November. 190. TB--

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Why We CM'!Afford to Vote "Wet", with Ginghams, Calicoes, . -

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!' ceola The people county of are Klsslmmee'people of and,good On- :Lawns} WJiite Goods, :Etc.? '

f reason, good common sense, ,refinement I Biggest Tented Organization on Earth '.A ; i;
y and education. The Couuty !The (
aqd City High. School in 1< ..slmmeej early) buyer' 'gets the .

11 an Instltultou of which all clllx.ens >
' of the county. should be very. proud, OFITSKIND'
for children I IT loir anywhere in the best selection.
t county. are allowed to attend .it and .
obtain an education free. If.we e' r
should vote whl.key back Into our 4
e county it would decrease the useful
a+ Dens of this school and others< of the :'' YOUTH) l for lI IWtoIt.'Va tlurM BIG SHOW LITTLE .MONEY10e 1

i county for. although tuition and .. .
even ,books are free people who "
1 drink up their earnings at the saloon t'
f are not able to buy deoent c'othe for 1_ ._ i. '
their children to wear to school New Plays New SpecialtiesNew :
1 saw In' last: week's paper that KATZ
.nearly. all the business men of 1CIBlmmee *- "
o / say their tales have been In.creased AMN11'NN'N Mo. ring Pictures: ) ;

since whiskey was voted. outThis I
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d 20c'
lithe case every where when the
.t sale of whiskey is discontinued The o : '
New Ideas
New Novelties
t people who formerly pent their '
money and time In the saloon now .:J
work more and save more with winch New Features .
to buy clothing and food for their .. -. -- .. -. --. . J
children. The children and wives
are happier and the homes formerly
,made destitute and gloomy by the II! N'KN'N'N'N"NN11KN'N'NNMK. 'IM1 "
drinking of the men therein are now $ i 1
delightful homes to live in. The $ C. A. CARSON, .,.Id..t. N. C, ARYAN' ,Secretary. ONE WEEK COMMENCING
former drinkers are able to pay their
bills, support their families much i XII E f fI I if! .''
better than before, and are much '

happier Whiskey the worst enemy to the I Waters & Carson Grocery Co.Wkoleaal..rdWetsIID..t.rslr } .

f people in this, especially county. 1C to the It the poor greatest people, I I _ I II MONDAY FEB. 24TH .

drawback - ----
to happiness of women andchildren I .
to the progress of the i
church and to the. onward march of I GROcrRIi-i; s '1 '
'civilisation. It le the cause of ninety .
per cent of the crimes committed In i iI rV
our country. If we vote it back I 1'
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.some of good the boys will who become are drunkards now considered ., '_ t I1% COUNTY AGENTS FOWH \i. -Ope1-:1i1"g: Bill : : ; J

# gamblers, murderers, and the
IMnltentlary or .be hanged tro to. Lookout A Y I I Celebrated Fertilizers I I t'UATKSGKA1 ; i .i
my brother may be your boy :
i feet us stay in 'line with the great. I > *-1 E T) r. S
prohibition movement It will be THE DUCHESS
along Clr .lars and prlc.. LITTLE
backward in civilization
step to Prr.hsk.d oar AppllcatU*. .
vote it back and the eyes of million 3ir ,
of people are upon us to see if we I \
c want to turn the clock of protrresi .s
backward 'Instead of forward, to see -
If we are capable of living' In a very ., HIDES FURS WOOLCouatr Moro Special Scenery More Seats. ; Larger
l'. high state, of civilisation. They ,
thought we were capable, b.t If we : 1
go backward;Almost the entire South :: r' Produce:: a. spec1.a.l.1. ,I Stage Than All Others Combined: .
and part of the ,.North will be dls. 4
pointed In and stand amazed at- us. : -- -wwwva-SrRuerd
Oklahoma w.,./the first state to write
It in her constitution that whiskey .
shall never be sold In the State, andit . -
Is pronounced by William Jennings I ., ' : .' A'.O.'TOIRxs
Bryan to be the greatest. constitutionever t rte ah R. a/4etJoaulk sec ark t14 sec .h".l1. Y A I Ilfu & .' ,L.- **
; written. Kansas and Iowa put r
prohibition l io,their constitution ,by
amendment and Mississippi'lsr talking : ;'Si: : ;: Y 1 1I'
of doing likewise. Let us write it ldY. d Sc Co

, Florida's Constitution. . by amend . ,

The Legislature ot. Georgia passed .
a law at its last. session that made 9:: y
p, that state dry a month and a- Half ... GROCERS 1 Remember the Dates and the Prices >
!+! ago The Legislatures, of 'Alabama J _
and Mississippi have passed lawII' too 'I >-j ..
it out next January. Only four ... "
put NMW

.' All cities the InTennessee others are 'Mry'sell whiskey'%. Just think DOW, 'I J t.stssss. FIRM NEW GOODS t 10c For Children 20c For .Adults 'i'ti .

of Knoxville voting out 119 saloons .. .. ;
'I a.
4 ;((1I01D4t. time ago and Birmingham
almost as many recently It Is being Full Line of High Grade Fresh 1>
sold now in only' a few counties. in .. '
Kentucky, Texas, Alabama Mis* 'II Family and Fancy Groceries Dt> Canvas Theatre. Lighted by Electricity will be.. ,%H

r slsslppl, Virginia Lousiana, North 4 FREE DELIVERY f >. '
L 'and South Carolina, and .Florida. .II "
'"Let us keep pace with this magnificent "III lit .located on lot above Opera House. .';'
'eivllislnjr progress and keep it out of .
,our good county. Tbe interest of Prices Uiglit KisKiininee, Flu.] :

., our-boys demand, our mothers and ]I DOOR OPEN AT 7:30 PERFORMANCE COMMENCING AT 8:15. :

.. __J yea&.:emend it, It our schools, and; ,.. ....1ut>vr---.". ..vw............,.... sr-tFa .-t! ._.. : J : ,": <.-.._. .
cbul' demand business progress .
and civilization demand It"OodiJOemends --- .--- --- ._-- , --. -'.. -- -.- -i. .
; it and will curse us ,with .. ,.
.if. eternal damnation unless we do it. .... (
t Our -children wives mothers and ... :
? God expect us to vote "dry". Let ' "
us 110' disappoint "
. ,-R. O. IF.EK .' _ ... . .. .. ,/AJ. \.;

CM. remove Temptation. ,
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.Those .who have argued in favor --r------r---- '
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> prohibition have always main ia.aatta.etaauikaA[ .

'Mined that they did so through sun- impSi- ;-MO ] ,' ,R. L, HARRIS, M. D. J. 8. MO RWAN., ,) ...."A
1w selfish motive of helping the man who dlnll.. J.
5 5AH

.could drink a ressori and not they equally resist have the potent declined temptation-that to.urge the to I I I J. W. I I Kinds HARRIS' SANATORIUM, : d

,I drunkard who staggers about the I of Frames. .
'i 'street Is a; worry an annoyance and J FUNERAL DIRECTOR made to O rder FLA
.j .nuisance to his friends and the II Kp : ..

7 j public generally,* and that ..a public + LICENSED EMBALMER Prjvat Institution built and equippedwith all mo ..rconyenien'ces -
nuisance should be abated. The ad Fancy and Family' Groceries .
'vocates of prohibition do not hope tolegislate j Prompt attention Given to : for Surgical work and the care and treatment of +
religion and morals into I orders sent by mail or j'j'f" the alck. .- .. '' .rf '
J men.It can not be done but when .= Also Nice Line of Ladies' and i TertttH'Reasonable.: Write foiPartic.Alars.
telegraph. ,
undue Influences are removed,. when H. .
:temptation. no longer stands on every Gents' Burial Robes! t SMBXflHSMsMsMHSpSI- V "I ,}.: .<'. : "... ,

'aide and smilingly" Invites one toyield Fresh Fruit. Nuts\.;and ., ." '
there are many yo'ung men HouseSSquare.of V +.
PHONE ,. -- = -: = L:
78. Court --- -------
1 whose habits have not been formed Confectioneries..V"& .- I. .: -

:1 ; .who will lead lives of soberness and. ..'"",:,- -....... .--+6L" .Aor'&c...,A..a.Acyeueuel st.causr". traer...t as ....
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N respectability,who otherwise might be ...,."'10. J t t. ,
y"llaboad.-Columbul Led..1\ '
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--- -- / , MALSBY
j Full .Line-.Canned, .
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be sunshine the house., JACKSON VILLQg'R.A. ;
will Should be If you Rive It White's. Cream and Cigars. *nd.Tobacco:. '..... Dlat_.... ..... HI 4., 33. 0..._ at ...t. 1 I
et Vermifuge,', the best worm' medicine ., -
Ann i
offered to suffering' humanity. This I 4 Portable Statiobery Engines
'remedy' becoming the permanent fix 'aDd'Bollel'll; Sawmills; Woodwork
all households. mother in?'Machinery and Supplies. Com
of 'A.
lure I
with children eao't ret along without. Qoods afiv.All Fresh' and., plete line carried In stock. Liberal ,'II :.

y .a botlle of \V bite'Cream'Vermifuge 'Prices..Lowt - 'I t- terms. Write for catalogue. I Florida ,E'apositlon: :..J i" "
Now Open.
to the bouse. Sold. by Itobersoa's .. . .', State agents for'...the Old..Omm.madOasoltsa I ;
BaR; "
.... Pharmacy.-m -' Palace. of Iodlloir1 l showiog"the Indu.trles" of Florida Japanese .Bazar; I '
"- ,' Iggol'Ote Village, Streets of. Cairo, Bands' In" the United C'y-
' Ue old news papers In your' houseeleaatag. Springgoods arriving dally. Ion[ MACHINERY.i! : :-State Special eatare.Every.Pay: ,j rei )\et. 'Flre ork...' ' ""\, '. ,
.. We sell them at this office, Of pretty white thin goods. ready for Ad..lo..2. .ZQ.C..ts.' -". 'LowRstea o."AII'R.Uroad, I rte. ,
a*- Mo J''hundred/, "r Inlpect.loo.DO".) ., ,KAnt's. .. 'I' '.IIP.,- ....(,,.<\' '' ,..

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:Supplement-Tlic K1sslmmee Valley Gazette, February, ]1908.

I.. Coast Line I J Osceola Did "Arrive..'

Atlantic ,( In just one week Col. W. I*. Van
Ducor and E. J. Stewart; prominent
citizen of Klsslmmee. traversed fertile
ROUTE OP OBLEBRA. TEDI .. aDd productive 080001acounty in canvassing
for products for exhibition M
; "NC1.Yorkand'Florida. Special" the fair la view of which the bowing
.. t.w made le nothing abort of remarkable.Osceola .
I -ANI>- county ha for many years '
( been one of the leading'counties of the
I "Chicago and Florida Limited": State, her vast, forage-rovered plain
'.. being the homes Wit countless thousands -
"T Solid Vestibule "Trains, Steam Heated and Electric Lighted; of the horned tribe. Her.Bher
,Dining Cars lea have also brought millions of dollars
IU" to those engaged la that IndustryIn
""* past .
,- ,' years.A
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large portion Osoeolacoimtj Is
Included In the Everglades, the drainage .,
"FLORIDA AND. WEST'.INC LIMITED" TO THE of which will give to. the county
I -A N D-, tbouiaods'of acres of soil of Ind.-
YORKAND EXPRESS""E A T acrlbable rlcLness. Drainage operations -'
f : FLORIDA ? O In Everglades* have been under.
way at point on the east coast for several
t TO THE '''DIXIE'FLYE ', Andi Paint, and Paper year*. and already hundred of
.,. { acres of'One but heretofore submergedland
I WEST/ "MONTGOMERY' Improve and"prot.eo your bouse. have been reclaimed. In the next .
,. ROUTE" I will be pleased to brine my 1907 few years the drainage operations will
i; sample books to your' house and undoubtedly be conducted on a more
,: *' Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car to New York Chicago, St.-Louis make any sorirestlons In the latest extensive*!*, which will eventuallymean .
Atlanta,'and Intermediate Points. decorations that/ you may deslrev much for the county, .
t: card and ,I will cheer ,
; Drop me a An exhibit that attract much attention
F'. folly ,furnish HlIm..oo paper 1 to owe of live fish from the freshwaters
:PULLMAN DININGI' OAF* aenviOB. and" painting, 1 : ,: .: : :, of the county, the palatable

Fur tickets, reservation Information- call on nearest Atlantic 'Coast black,cat speckled perch-trout. and
f- Line Agent or qEO GE A. BA EORL.NDO. varieties bream being shown.among the ume beautiful of fine

.. fish shipped from the cow, ...alor.rea.e
.t.. ;1. W.'CARR, T.. P.. A. TAMPA' FLA. J. O. KIRKLAND D. P. A each ." y.shows.
#, '.'.C,;WHITE. G. P., A. WILMlNOrON: N. C; -W, J. CRAIG, P'T.' M. FLORIDA. .varieties your.Fifty of fine wood are also

< = = shown This number however does
t not show the county In proper lightIn
the timber line.. 'A greater numberof

-BARGAINS AT CASHSTORE I the varieties time allotted-the could not fair be commissioner scoured In

PAINTING I for work.Floridacured. -
;)': r hams,bacon"*
rr ', -
'. that would arouse the dyspeptic appe-,
f. Calico,'So per yd. Pictures and Picture' Frame, 2Scto35c - tlte of John D. Rockefeller are features -

if. white Lawn, 40 In. wide, 15o per yd. of the display. The Florida
.. the In
racor-back which Is equal
.: Lace- ,' :6.10... wide, worth 200, sells Spool Thread at 4c.: sweetness of meat to bogs of the flnext.

1 J Ladles'' Union Suite at tl.OO. breed. Is _In his dory In Osoeola
r Casslmere Pants, worth\ $2.50, sell county although the breeding of
Good. Door .Lock with two keys, iiOc.CNIce thoroughbred ha in recentyears.
If F: at $1.75.: : t '
Increased to a great extent throughout ,-
tad. Pin StripLPants, woith tl.RO, sell at ,Suit Clothes worth. 914, at *\10. If,you arc, tlilnklng J 'ofhavlno'your A the display county.of' fine crabgrass,.has
,*1.00.' .
One-gallon Coffee Pole go at 15e.* shows what the county can produce In
Jeans, Pant, worth' 1175. tell at line. Corn of excellent
the forage an
f' New'Dress Goods from-1t) to 25o,
house painted
125. character 1 I. also feature that has
'. called for compliment from visitorsfrom
the corn belt la ,tbe state of the
will find Bargains in Shoes I I and .want a flrst-clas jol middle west.Osceola _
has 100"0' noted for the
Every pay in the Week. I' :" quality of its sugar cane, and the cane
? 3{ ; : , .. .. : at a reasonable. price don't display a fine example ,of. the general -
t. '"," ", ;',' .? "'I'Io,, ;. ; run of each tear's crop.
. '" \; ( .,Vegetable, Including ,
"' ,/.- .' ..- .... ', 'I., '" .. I faill'to: v.r \\' .."... velvet beans, pumpkins,radishes,cowpeas '
see ,, ftr.":0'
.lue., cabbage and' other varieties,
... m are shown to excellent: advantage.Bone' .
C. A. CARSON' JOHN M. LBB. N. .. CARSON, I svrup and honey to comb,
..........,. V.ce..14.... C .hl.r.State ., -:0--: ; given for exhibition tov the famous
r I "1 Shaker colony located'.., Asbton.Os>
V I I ceola county, attract favorable comment -
: Bank of Kissimmee.KissimmeeFlu i :THEO. G. HOFFMAN ,'rom experienced bee men -,

..e . , Ttm display of citrus fruit.I* a fine,
: ti' one and the same Is the case with the
-'--- __ _h' __ ,__ _" large collection preserved product,
: ........ ... also with the showing of large andluscious
; APITAL..u ,
;, _, PAID UP ); a se ooo. ooso '
W. pineapples. ; ( ,"
TOCKHULOBl)9 LIABILITY..... .. ...... 000 09 Osceola was several days late In arriving -
1;' I DEPOSITORS SECURITY... ,,'1 100000 ooPrompt ,, hot,' thanks to tbe publicspirited -
:i.1joI Specialist-Eve,' Ear
.I. commissioners, the county did
and Careful Attentloa .'. natters arrive" In sense of the word.
given to e every
Nose and Throat.....
) : .. trusted to .... HxctiasKRood at all pol.ta-.tC cheapestrate .

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\ Hospital Americani'Na. CITY BARBER SHOP
...., .J Private ; ; lip
t '"' tional Bank Building Tampa I, *

!, ,, : Florida.- i Now Open for: B"(1sineas'( .
"to I
;:: In Patrick's: Old Stand.
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f\\'. ,_ # ; .n.rorA,'.AMPM.;,HOMOK.. .. J I. NEW EVERYTHINGSatisfaction
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,:'.,; 1 Fresh Meats._ I' = Office over' Oaoeoliv Pbsruiaey.r I I', Lit. Sandhill Cranes.Otters, Wood, % .
F:' .1, ,' Detlviery% t 1 Ktcry";D!y at;any: flour, :,P'JTOD.P. Solicited.I I ': 411 > nr. >ii> Ilrttma.-. I\ i:30tooJOj.:a. D). to 12. In.T81ep m.. Ducks prices pa and lcJ.Hi? Cecil.Bq utrrel.French.,,Naturalist High

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ASupplementTile )
. Kissimmce Valley Gazette, February 21, 1908. }

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A Plea for Prohibition.Ashtoo 'VVVVVVVV" V VVVVVVV VVVVVL

Fla, Feb. 10, 1908. Benedicta"A

To the registered voters) of Osceola i

Once again,we' are palled face to face

with the devil ..In'a liquor form, or I

rather In a wet or dry election: which 'S ,1

'will appeal to our best action for the
YOU SUFFER the Ills of Cor- ,
benefit of our people.. The questionto DO so many women do suffer Do.oa : You Get Prescriptions ,

decide i* whether or not saloons I want to get well without the necessity $ rectly Filled at Reasonable Pri es. :..i1it

would be best for our people., NowIt of painful examinations and embarrassing I I .
consultations t Do you want to take: aremedy -
eema'to me I It would be easy for t
any Bound thinking plan to decide, yourself f right Into' your borne and core 9 makes no difference e--whose blank your Doctor writes

knowing the t.he.yll.destination of or liquor.the stuff KnowIng I- BENCDICTA L' 'his. Prescription on we can fill them correctly., 9, ---

want to ask the father of our county We are. Agents for ELBA 'HOME REMEDIES which ,
atop and think for a moment bee Is a "Woman's Medicine.", A ln.ertpUoa'of .
fo vote and look at the lelDpt a physician who made the study of T.- S. are guaranteed: S"
t.lor?\hat he net !before our bovs. hale Diseases his specialty. It was usedsuccessfully --- -'! -- - -- -' - -
When' we establish saloons in our by him In his practice. It baa '
county we will first take the bothnt -been used successfully by thousands of FULL LINE TOILET ARTICLES.010 .
Is just about to enter Into manhood. women during the many yean since. Progressive .
Naturally the average boy has a dp* : physician hare al80'101lD411.ToJutble W1 "all e. IN
sire to go wlb.he\ i.udeat, roughest ..assistant when they desired to avoid % \
crowd that he can very well get Into I an operation.
which, will of course lallIeI'! around a 'I '
saloon; no they are Invited to take a
drink and ao on until the ate under a vegetable remedy It.. made from NUBIAN TEA
the influence of the awful stuff a few roots; herbs and barks known to. possess .LIGHT
times and they have contracted athirst properties which bare a WODd.rfulClarau-r.1
for It and the boy is ruined. and tonic effect upon the organs
Fathers, can you afford to place by nervous system. Without mentioning the HO ME.
your voice something that would many forms of female troubles that women
mean ruin to your boys. Oh, some suffer we say that there Is no trouble of this
tine says, the blind tigers will sell It. kind that Benedicts will not Immediately relieve Keeps
and this will\ be the case anyhow. No ,and anally cure. .. I Y:{
such a thing! for the blind tiger! man
is afraid to sell to a crowd that will BENEDICTA A k. You Well

give I It to. children, and also they Is prepared carefully. and scientifically, and
won't let a boy come in their niece of with the consciousnessof, the responsibilityof R't
lousiness for fear of being,brought to to }
suffering women a remedy that i
justice und the average person that will not only be beneacialbut also harmlessIn '
orders lila liquor taken It home withburn effects It Is an
no matter what gray be the condition
and so drink bits booze in a
of the woman taking It.
moderate way 1 don't of ;
approve Ideal
It Is sold at II 1.00
per bottle by
drinking at ull. but If one will drink
this is the way should l be done. .1.1I
And again! we look at the average,; Roberson's' Pharmacy I PLANTERS Remedy for ;

man passing around the saloon and NLJ I .
IIB will hear the chatter and laughter
Inside and smell the perfume of the FLAOO a unNEOICSNC Constipation .

saloon and so lose control and in he .. aeons.. 'i
walks and so is carried down to the YEARS.EXPERIENCE* ...,.,JW" .- T
alums or ditches of In ".J ... .
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this way many a woman is .... UMNOMaoNCxeo.waaooo .
.. lionio uncared foi'-snd neglected and in J l I ". ... _- _, ....... ,:.,.,..:;0>' Indigestion :
many case' left a wldo and with or- ...1r, .v. .
I'hun children, or elite disgracebrought d I Itmn'nnt rlttmrn Vibrating RtratUa.Rotary .
on the. family for ever, by I b.utieoraN1n1rto wtiiK klitclilna Thread: write(CAalnSUIcJitMi to Biliousness -
the ,ofthe boouo. But one
says,power I-will not. yet tight, I'll just THE! HW HOMf o..ang: SEWING, Ma MACHINE__ COMPAQ andDyspepsia.. :'f dt
have a good tluie.\ I tell THADB; MARK .
you my
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DcamisuCoevitiafevs I 3.1.nv.ewtnt..achines. ..d.10 tell reffardiM ols
friend If we Indulge we' are apt to. &c. itauvi. ,but the/..W Minus 10 made to__ .t .
make a mistake In our calculations Anyone seedhte a sb. and tee, borne time., Well. one says, the .abbl'. . mo-......:.b..tlr: opinion ':L'::. se as Mold by nthorlwMl dealers emu.
: 1
people will have It and we lust as e i..ut.u ": hllbof.D'- rvn MIS ay.
'. well have the ,taxes as not. Now my IY.teata aaQkssl ...'tt uslaw.
through 011. ,
I 1' friend, can un honest (man afford eeMod, wn boat aa.ry.t is tip ree./ry Stanford, Carson Graves Hdw.Co ..
- 'to sell his fellow man'e character or It Is good for the'Liver. Kidneys, Stomach .'
his life' for the sake of a few oents' to Klsslmrn e., Fla. Bowel. and Blood.It :
,l.e taken off our.taxes I say no. God A basdsomst: ed seethe' 1=M takes tli. tilsos of calomel and leaves .,t
forbid that any one ,would think of --4'/; .any title. aSHUN :.. no bad after ,Hecta. '
doing so. You may say you did not 2 It is need%e'Spring. SumnerFall i
.t......... New Ynrk <
6."i...t do before it, but your if you fellow vote man to place that an throws.evil !! Cod ...w.d., Osceola County . I Children.and Winter, by- Men., Womenand

:, out Its snow andover powers him It I. extremely petatakle--eeo children.
\' for Ood'a sake and for>i the sake of like II.. Buy a bottle f rumRoberson's 1
tff\} ":' your family and fellow men.atop and W1ITr"ors Abstract Company
think for a moment. '
There are many reasons why we I II Pharmacy, ; .\
dont want a saloon but there cannot
he a single reason lor wanting one. S. H. BULLOCK.I MAN/PER. K1SSIMMBB. F1.A.
Only the whiskey soaker wants a .
drink} and some lew want toe nrodt I Real estate'
aud gain la the sale of it. We find Titles eia/nlne4! and reported on -

men trying: to batch up excuses but And tell..about your ailments and lean Taxes paid for non-residents .
they are without foundation. We all '. Instrument real estate G. F' KRI 'B S
or most of us know man today that about, carefully drawn rCorrespondence ,
before the county went dry couldnot '
hardly keep food and clothing for Haggard's-Specific Tablets S olid ted. ATTORNBY-AT-LAW.. ,
their families that today are getting '
along nice enough Why Because Suppositories .. Office in the Court House-Kis-

't the demon is not before their eyes I'M: old reliable cute foe Ittc'igtelion.! Nervous simmee Florida.With .
every time they turn their heads on "'tafltsflr-AcasaLa ADS 28salle. >at-Alt '
the street. Ithlnkthla I Is one queat.ionthe DebQity.. oiul'petton. Kidney .nd'I
I will be associated in the .
.-'\. ladies of our county should have ladder TrouUea! LoU Vitality and all\ 4 :M.. TILLER t, whom ..' .
: power to deal with. It they did 1 am L.'dred'd." ......., Piles,te. Drvaiet,11 trial of.causes the law firm of
J sure that nil saloons would be run will;1 be Real Estate Agency. = MasaevWarlow, of
,, ttem (I SOo per box, or they tent
, "t out of the universe I would like to Orlando
, give several more thoughts but prepaid upon receipt ot prize; Aotine
: space la e ewtaN rw.M aNNN
i, and time\ will not permit. May God Hs ad case c... M.-C"'sitPEA. 1 t tJ ,
1 .. help ua to look ahead of us at the .1 Realty bought and sold.. .
, dangers for our families before we
Houses rented. .
" cast our vote. \V. H. MANN J.M. WILLSON, Jls\., *, ,
'Taxes and Titles
paid verIfied .
..,.. Ii) VANS AGNEW
,J for non-residents. -- i :
fence Post for fcale., ( NOTARY PUBLIC. )
'. . I' have a tiDe lot of round light wood' I ATTOHNBY' At. LAW.. .... .. stance.\'Fire. Life and Accident: In"= ) STATK AT LARGE J _
fence posts, which 'will be delivered I 1-
anywhere In Klssimiuee. Prices: 6-U. I TND NOAARY, PUBLIC, .. Indemnity Bonds.' . Real Estate Agent.

lOc; 7-ft, 1210.. ; S-ft. 18c.T. H. SMITH.. i KISSIMMEE, FLA t.r..v.JUOVI. .... KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA


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best'curlers, test.anil, Is Hie, ,l Furniture . 11 Most Complete' Line, of( Gh.ristmas.Cro kory: '.I :. '

I ever, In Kisslmme ,nnd Ever Displayed in Kissimmee. : < i ., ; "

LOW. Rockers 'of all kinds.
are "
Book Cases. Side Boards, f We'' bav a beautiful assortment o""| ,. .' ..
I 1\\ Fancy Silver Pieces, Vases, Cup and

.-...,.. China Closets, ft I ni I n g Saucers, Cake Plates. Berry and Water .
u. M l c Set Salad Dishes. Etc. Dom fall to ,g {
q. .Chairs .Oa.k. '''Suites- ]Iron 'ti ;, ,te' '.ea them,


Be.ds''a.nd, Bid Springs.. i1+ 'a, FOR,THE CHILDREN .. '.

'" r" t ?d We have complete line of Doll. Doll <6/ .
We .Carry a Full Line I w,. Carriage Hocking Horses .
7 *, Drum. \ .1 1
Balls, Air Guns, Kxpre Wagons. BIO 7\
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5- 5 t LINE OF 6 and 10 CENT TOYS 1 l/ \

A Spend id Line or Hugs! and Matting at ,Most .1

J. Everything must be sold Regardless
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Yalleii GazetteTBLKPHONB Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. Mrs. Ft. C.F Canova.ef, Green. Cove A beautiful assortment of the. new Baptist Church Reunion. 0000 'UT
Klsslmmee Bprlntrs, arrived yesterday to spend lace. .
etc.; atKATO'S.
...........;. ..- . -...::....-..... For filovcles, Sli&nlbarjJrer'. Or j some Limo here visiting the tamely of Tonight a 7.30 o.'olock..ll membersotthe ilrrKissimmee --
NO. 11. Undo. -6t.. her son Capt. K. O. Canova. church are. urgently Invited .to' :
I Miss Florence Hall of Kentucky, a .oclallZ'at.hel'lnlr ,of the entire membership. Drm Co.

. Quinn Edmondiion will'call! sod Re For Sale.-A fine Berkshire Boar., who has been visiting her cousin, Mr. The_ Sundav. school room

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY your packages; for' the White Star I' one year old, weighs about 400pbundn)( A. W. Wlnn. for the' past ten days, of the church will be converted Into an - "< '.
Laundry. 47-tf also three other hogs.W.. returned to ler home yesterday. inviting parlor.. The decorations will Iwq'PiiIiiI.\ .

-WEAVER.. be suggestive of the 22nd. and the y. .1\\ : .
: W. B. NAP1ft1.. Quite a number of Klsslinmee! people 'Our spring book of samples for Y. \\'. ;A.,' girls who are entArCaiolog, WHAT 'WE DO FOR YOU. ,
hare.been in the. fair Remember Jeavons Dramatic Com made
taking Tampa wens to measure garments Is will be dressed in colonial costume. f
-.;. : thin week. pany, carrying thirty actor will replete with all the new things,' come Only members 01 the. Baptist church ..

fPIOIAL. W.ATH"'I'BstPOHT.Ump open a.weeks enll'.gl'D1enhere next early .and get a good.selection.. are invited, and It Is hoped they will We the largest and' "1\\. .
For hrst-ctass work patronize the Monday nieht. Don't fall to see K AT.'S.On this
A._ ..tiar. ... for *..* ndtot Tutu all ayall themselves of plea..a'I I
dlllond.on varied
11,IMS. White Star Laundry. Quinn t themJeavoua I opportunity of gettldg acquainted with 'molt stock of outline
d brury will call for and deliver your account of having to publish the the beginning In town. -
their brother and sisters. .
Dramatic Comparfv, In .
47-tf list
packages of registered voter this week milchIlIIpor.nt. ;
..... Him, aetana.y 'their tented theatre on the vacant lot of the approaching meeting it We -
j matter, including our Interesting carry"'none' 'but the .
will be of untold value if the churjh :..
of White Pine and Tar it above the house, next' Monday
....:.. Syrup a opera weekly letter from Whittler, lo
freshest and purest.01' _
member could be brought together in drugs .
remedy that will| positively cure night. Opening bill: "The' Little unavoidably crowded out of this issue. . ";"
.. ..6 .il oougtis'and( oold For sale at. Kls Duchess." this way.< at all limes. f ,
. 78 4M Iramee DrusrCo. 51tfMessrs. Aelntereiting program will be given '
e.. ,... till 67' Messrs. Cochran, and Sears a There Is a well.deOned.rumor on tbe and refreshments served.. This is nota Yourprescldptionsarsfllled. .,
II ia r. . 74au "II'66 ..011.0'rao.Mr A. K. Taylor and J. H. ocuple of young sportsmen from streets that Sheriff J.. M. Walker hassent pay affair. All Is offered as free a* by'"a Graduate In Pharmacy 'It'
... in his resignation to ,the Governor ,
............. .. VK M Reese, representing! the SUB, Talla- Boston( employed George Saunders and that Mr..U. F. Prevail has love should flow'between brother and besides five years'actual 1 .experifnce. ; ,' ,
M .14 to take them through, sailboat from .
In the by
T1sr.d.), 77 basses were in town Tuesday ( sisters, ,_ .
been 'to Oil : "
appointed unexpired
t- -
. Interest of that excellent publication.Married here toJFort Myers and left this week.
We unable .
term. are howeverto
___ _4 last Sunday afternoon, at Madam Del Antonio! baa resignedher \ verify ihe rumor ,a* Sheriff Walker "'rs. Makinson to SIIIg.Mrs.L.C.Makln.on'wbom Doetn'i this meant- ) soma" ..

wr t .the residence of the bride's parents position as music teacher. In the ndJo, |rW>revau\b out of town it will thing l

Mr. and Mrs Mart Stokes, 'Miss i High.School, 'and the School Board, "V : a be remembered, delighted a large >*, '
i. Carrie Louise Stokes to Mr. John at. its last meeting decided to leave the : 't* ntJMeetinKS audience here some year ago with We carry

THE: LOCAL fltLDi' : / I Pavls. Judge L.. A. Minx officiating. place open, for' the remainder,of the *.T, dosed.. her splendid singing, has been pre.railed 'deliver your packages within ,.
term,. upon to give a concert at tbs a few moments after the I J
The purchase.
tent meetings closed here last
We knew was1 happen. '' _'
It. going to "
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That Jacksonville monkey has been Nick: llegero now has a 'crop of floe Monday night, after. ten days of the opera hou.e'.aea&. Tuesday evening, This 'Is" 'not. idle'

y. EM given a trio in an airship. What celery on his garden near the freight I greatest shaking relliloufly. ," the Feb.The 26th.. of Kissimmee boasting but we'want your '
.are indeed
M.Tlper oflloe la he'' looking: for .anyway)1-) depot, which Is being blanched and town has ever had. people fcusineta:and we know' 'we: .
DSmDa-a'l .ppl'W In having theJopPOro .
.rent. Tribune. Ask.Geoer..l Oil will be ready for m..rket.'o a fewdays. The Culpeppers, both father and -
,. *' Christ.Tampa He probably knows., He expects to 'ship ''four. buotdied on are great preacher .and ,reachedthe Maklnson'tunity of hearing attainment an artist and of she Mr.will.) ;can: please. ; I .... )>0' '>!'!>1", '+;'k''i t},.
hearts of our people a* other .' '... ,
crates. nq .' .. 1'\
Ingersoll'i Midget 12.00. at Dramatic Company will doubtless be greeted by a full house. .... 'r
watcher -
Jeavons preachers have ever been ableiio do. :.-. ,:- --:- :r rid... L .
Eatz'sr..f., '\, 'L. fk. open here next Monday night for a Among'Lbe "veterans .from' Alfred During these meetings ninety-five Music for th. occasion will be .. ". :", '.' '
"'" "w' -: N.s weeks engagement In their large tent lv rson Camp who attended the. re. additions were made to the different furnished by the Klsslmme orchestra., g',4' ' ''' ., ,
\ Cut arioes 'on woolen goods,.,' at Stan ed theatre. This company Is well union at Tampa ,this 'week were. churches and there ts a general and Mrs. W; L. Van Outor! will play. 'KIsslHmrtc. 'Dc I .
sV>rdCov, '. *;"'y'.:' "f, \ S recommended by the press wherever Judge w: n'Jobn'OII.Dr.. Breaker, feeling of religious. revival throughout the.accompaniment on the piano. !

4! made tults at the they have shown, and will doubtless Col. Thomas Messrs. C. E. Franklin the town. Klul| ; Order for tailor . prove: a treat for goers. fv> S.Harwell,1 and J.. M., Gardner.,, The elder Mr. Culpepper, delivered Revival at
Cash Store ,.. : twotemperance lectures 'one" last Baptist Church. f
I Mrs. H. Aultman and daughter, Those who have signified their in* -- -
and Mondaynight Special t uD.leU.tlo. servicesire to
? Friday night one.on.
:The fit Stocking for children and Miss Buife, left Saturday forTbonotonassa tension of joining the Baptist church .
church Sunday
which has greatly strengthenedthe begin at the Baptist next
ladle taaford.o.. where they will reside are requested to present themselves cause of the ."dry." In the approaching morning. Rev. Raleigh Wright COMFORTING WORDS ':

Good second-hand' watches at very. in future.' Mr. Aultman. has a. One tithe morning service Sunday and election. Some of the from Cleveland Tenn., wtfa is.con j ,
J. H.RmMTT. orange trove''a\ Thonotosassa and be received into the church. ;The strongest adherent of the 'wet.., side nected with the Borne Mission Board ,I
|lowprioest 3
. '. it will| be convenient for him to go ordinance of'will. be' ad'mldlstered now admit that It is only a question of Atlanta Ga., will hold two service ,"
Atlanta back and, forth to hit bu lnei* in Immediately after the "Many a Fluids Hon aold Will .
:.SobscrlptloDS for the a* to how large the dry+ majority will each day, 3.15 hi the afternoon and (
I Journal, daily. seml-weekly, taken Tampa. service .C. M. BRITTAIN. Pastor.SuperlntendentotPublidInstruction' .1 be. .*..: '.16 at night., There will bft three services ; Klad Them .So. \ '

at ,,thts! o %ce: ....__ n Who ever imagined that Americanrats V The tent was moved from' here to on Sunday. morning,..afternoon' yQ.t
1 would one day, sell for from 25 to W. J. Sears leaves tomorrow for Lakeland, where the evangelists: expected and night Evangelist. V righthsa. : To have the pains and aches of a- .

,.from CapU Fort T/flyers A<' Bass and Jrcame spent ,.a few up TiO cents. a bead or tail, the price now WastUnjtton. b. C.,.where tie goes to tojbegln.. a meeting. last Wednesday had great success. In this work at I several bad back remoedi'to. be entirely ties .,
1 Florida and mother
Francisco But points lo
for them in San
paid the ..National
ola at -
represent c county
from annoying( dangerous r1.aarf.
last week.
days here / they are such plague>taked things the Educational:: Society of County States.. H* will be assisted by Gospel -
f... Singer Walter E. Rodgers, who has. disorders 1* enough to make any kid.
wed .in3oods Winter olty must ret rid of them at any cost.- Superintendents, which will be In lies-1
T yow you save. from f 25 toot :0 per Tampa Tribune They ought to be aloe in that city next week. New Photographic Studio. ,I had large experience in this kind of bey:sufferer grateful.: : To tell how bhls .

able to use them In filling up the work., Every one is cordially invitedto great chaog* can be brought about- :
Co .
at Stanford ,.fMr. ,. Chlnki. Mr. Dodgersthe; gospel singer who Mr F. A. Armstrong, the 'photographer attend these services.Thia . k
will to
who recently built a new studio .' prove hupd"k
MOJ1.imler'Ka -."ot Baltimore will conduct the singing during therevival i .
Mrs. L. C. Makloson, who, with'her here that. be reds of Florida readersA'"Oertlog'seamao .. .
familyf arrived write us from Mulberry ,
the the ,
visit to at: B.pLI.cburcb.
.Id. is hereon a
abo..vl.IL Good Time to
ia a Buy rIorIQs
husband here on a J.-
businessnext Saturday ,
> bar uncle M.; Kau. on Wednesday, and was met at theBaptist I open upfoi1 of 419 L Street,, x
..Have four/fTouse". G. A.Ilbert has consentea rtce.athe to render a solo churchnext at, the church, the same evening by I and afterwards wUl be open Friday Property While it la Cheap. ''j Penaaoola, Fla., tells. h w'to do I... : .
papered. Baptist untilfurther
'sarpple morning Sunday.lei ,Mrs.' .Maklnson has quite a number <:/f singers, when a and\Saturday\ pf esch week Good lot for small house., J. ....... '36 I He says: 'From mr experience withDoan's .:
.J has the finest line Qf 11'01.108..Mr. .
choral choir was organized.. The 49( land t.lmbecut.. .s 40 Kidney' Pills I '
.. Kisilmmee audiences "with / I l acres !\: I can strongly ,
faver-shown. in Kissimmee.gulnEdmonsoVwiU ... ,. delighted magviflcent dogleg on former choir( will meet! and. practice every. . Armstrong: has formed a copartnership Block of good celery JI aad'. a. . ..... 22A recommend them to any one In need of

.l.:. ) : call for-" yoursundryr.'Please occasions, and the. pleasure of again evening. ""1 1hre. I the well known with Lakeland Mr. Ward'Pender.artist, and 42 acres and house, 3 mile OU310\ I a good medicine for the kidney. Kidney

have. the change forim the to -iear her 15 Acres. and house, at station: :.1 650 I complsintand'bsckacheyoaue.dy'at t;
having opportunity will studio at
; A Smith the leading millinery together they operate
L on deliver, of the,sale, '' tf. hailed with deligilt.There '. their i Lakeland and Mulberry 10( acres and house In town ....' ;. 000 I me suffering at intervals) for year. : '
hold Kissimmee .
house of Orlando will ,
._ -- r- : I Oradge ' and two houses ., 850 Tbe first. or' second attack I 'did Dot ,.
.-Mr W. MaklnsonVeturnad; last is nothmgto the tbreadbiraargumset' regular Sprlpg' Opening on Wed for the present, and later they expect. 40-acrefarm\ and grove ., 900 mind but .s time went. bjr they grew p f
alurday from an extended buslnes that. prohibition does not neiday Feb. 29th, and Invite the i to open .at.other points. This, Mr. IJ-room: cottage, M..ia'S.1300' worse and at times ,laid me: up. I-

>.througbftha North, and:.Wet.j ., prohibit.-The arllulIQeO\rnigbt as well ladies of Kissimmee to visittheir Armstrong states, will be quite an Dice orange grove near clay rd. ,92000 could bardlwalk ..nd" was a llfl-. ,
IMS used thaw the. ;law-against murder store\ on that date.All tbe latest I advantage aa.their, patron will be 800 acre round timber; *4 per acre cult 5 matter to, straighten after stoopIng .
j :Ty Jii.lmmee'DruIEJ; < CVa Little does not prohibit. killing nor the law style In Millinery. will be on exMbltlon. .- 'enabled to carry a larger stock giving Money to loan to buy and build with while the kidney secretions were' ,

kTattaar'P Granules for Constlpati. against stealing prohibit theft. There N a greater variety of grades and J. M. WIIXBOM JB'Try Irregular and unnatural.. ,Doaa's Kid. t ?
r ver and BllliousDss, Jtt-tf. law crime that en. styles of pictures to select from. ''
la no against any Klftsinuuee oe, Pills cured me. From personal -81
7. b"_a U DP-&'1'0.0 bj.'Mr.NiCarroll Llrely .stops the. commission .of that The ladles invited of to attend our Grand 4,I j the new barber sbop. Everything experience I know tbatthis remedycan

: )I, and weighing eighteen''crime, but Jaw largely. decreases It, Millinery on Wednesday, NOTICE. ; i>ew and up-to-date Sharp razors be depended upon &.0' fultill the. .
Has been oa.oxbibl\1ora'.t. the, aDd so doe prohibition largely decrease Opening all the latest clean towels. first-class service.Special representations made for It" -. .
WS .,.()d. fount., '- the isle of wbilk.,. Spring February Millinery) see le.. Miss Cella 'To the tax payers ofOsceolaCounty, ; i ''. For sale by all dealer, Price: M. .

'.r..rp; Hngbev-oanie i up''''from S. U; Aultman, of Tampa who Goodman formerly of Kissimmee is I will be at'' the different precinct ou ,Rate* Florida "..t. Fair; cnl*. FosMr-Mllbarn' Co., Buffalo ''

rsdentowri; aDd spent few, day. owns. fine o..nle.II'rov. on Fort with u* and will be pleased to meether' tbe date. mentioned below, and trust I TMpe.Atlantic : New York. sole arenM. ,, for,the UnitedStates. or

tbls.wertr-< tlDg: ,bis many old Kin: avenue, Apposite the General .. friends on t.hadaLe.. that you }nay mesa me and return your: Coast Line will sell-tickets Remember. the narae -Do. J.. fl t'
dar 5r listen estate, 'wlll, move his family IVES & SMITH property as it I* of.( ,impb.tanoe to you 1 to Tampa account Florida State Fair. d..iA*.. 'S "
I take other
,5jKatilsrber1op consisting. a -wUe"" and daughter. ,. 1:>Orlando Fla.Tbe aa well aa to me. r *'.'" j at rate of one fare plu*' 75 -cent for l no' .learn. .., .""' ...... .
{ "at. Lattlokb.'oldd here in a few .days..* '.Mrs. Aultman IW..HI Uoseada / Shingle Crk' Pros No.'2,1 day, Mob 3CampbellPreo't the ,round; :trip, including admission ' :. 4 a
;''::0 Senlee by A tonsonlaj"artistt.sntwlth and daughter have been la Kiulmmee : Capt.Basin 1Jobll.oo..Jef' .No, 3, 1 dayf' Mob 4 ticket to Fair grounds. Tickets will I Notjee'for SettlernenVanFinal, ':. J

s1l the! latest, fads inrinft for somenlinft-. Mrs.; Anltaaa and .. Wednesday for Peghorn Precinct No, 4,.1 day Mob 0 be on sale February 3,' 4, 6," 6, 7, '10. ., .J
tot, with. of merchandise.-- Discharge
,' /<*; -v her lo>ely daughter will: be warmly get A a cargo Crab Grass Pret No. ft, 1 day.. Mch 10 11..13. 14, 17 18, 20rZl for all. tralps. I .
lshirts t midst? Miss Ault- This is the first trip through the canals Non.k .....shraa"aU ..... k .. .
((4your collars, cuffs &D4 welcomed in our in ; .. Precinct NO. 6,1 day, ,Mob 12 scheduled torhe.. in Tampa before, I ,.se..wa .,d .
talented musician. that Capu Johnson has attempted tat Ms eatss bra, tar....11r\.I\
':\WhiLe.8t.a1"J..ulldr' >QUton man 'being' a. Basslnger Prec't No.' 7L1 day. Mob 14 noon of February 22.All ticket will n s..e
D4j on-'will,'call for your. pack-, Tbonotosassa. .Cor, in Tampa. Tribune. some time and 1I.Is ,expected that he Narcoosse* Pr'ct No. 8,'1 day Mob SOKisstmmeePr'ct"No. be limited to return February 2Mb. aw Seesaw UM Court:* _
will [ encounter ,some''I difficulties; but .... .
slit notify bimi.. 47-tf 1.. bal ot mODt.b.i' C nt7 of c..aa....State o( Florida. at hi* r
i if Coo"ent.ioD"Or For further Information call ticketagent
Lou theMusic on
There wlU be a the Captaln-hss been in (ha steamboat* ..
.eo.( EMnum*Ortr f r :-l FtIoII.... .'
;:8 sF t OrlfHn andfamily. reJ .. Teachers Florida at St. Augustine business for a long time and there arevery JNO L OVERSTMMV, or write J. G. Kirkland Division . ailr fat.Bart rtU
fronr-JTampa '.Tuesday 'night, 11'aorllarl26-26 27, ,19015. This 'emergencies with which!.be. l Tax Asearv,, Passenger: Agent, Tampa; fc4.K. >DS.sofh.e..5B.sV-/. < a,
they had been 'spending a'' felt held' under the does).not know Jiow tor cope.D r ofOsOvolsOo.H ".". 5 5 . .
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i viattlig g .relative" and taking-t 1. ausploee of' the SaloVOeeella Club of r- ,Attention: Cm.' ,- + ................
1 St. for.the of or Rotundo.''has purchased sevea .
Aujruetloe, purpose
1 Iry; t ; w. .; u$"so extensively ad* Cl H .bT tyWT, _, .-1M.e.
Hey, D..ld.n') .. Kidd --will hold; gantsloK..a: permanent State.'UustaTeachers : lots near tbe Midland railroad In ,lertisedln"all the leading periodbale In tbti issue w* publish 'a list: ofvoter .
Aasoolation.Some fine prolfI'am..m North Kissimmee and ia now having who have' been stricken from '.-" J.I; ;
KM( intb Episcopal 10.30. be siren by .the mU fenced ready garden the registration. ,. hats Any voter who .. ... '
y next: ;,Morninjrprajer, at 4 seal talent in the State. All teachers ing. Next season be expect to planta ba:"beenerroneously) stricken can ';

ing'prayer..-' and sermon' .at. and mvalo lover are Invited to attend. crop of celery on this land; which bethink I; Tax'' Assessor Jno..L.;>reet.. is meet with t.bePoar4: on hob .20th.and ,r.u.. is........ -rtmthat'i.? wife Amie G.,.. 4- ,
-}. . >I 'Those desiring further information .* is well adapted fpr' .tbat pure eoD&nedtohl* bome... wlth'a. .severe tetve; his name restored. - .... "Mll_ iwllNtea-. ...... ud f wBI
and Mrs' ,I... _C. ...w"klneoOf can obtain, the sam by addressing the pose. '"t: >ur Italian citizens are certainly attack pf roumpsx b: -.' '-5--..i' 'j + ...s k*r p nrfhta la Uta atttra Car sar s.Ms ta.* r ,
rly realdenta of this : Chairman the Committee ob State :making- splendid demonstra* '.' ...* r ..,' -.j. '... .' .;; ,::.; F ol belm'll& Patent. Oxfords'',ar* she easy el t.r M sere s.a6.eb Met ,... 40 ''
Wallace. liter of the value -of land around ;. / style -' y
...:"s.' settler of the Organiiatlon. Mr*. Noel Lion correct thing a. to comfort .ay asks- ,

arc .......*.,\na"vTiJt. \ .to,, friends I I No. IS. Cordova. Street t 8t. AugusFia Ki..lma'or trucking purposes, and' Leave packages for the 'Whit*. Star" Ko., ., Found at fl. C.] Stanford lYe.only. try rvbruwr. kS'..I...>.. ' .. i
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Representatives from Southern States dpnt mind the late : ) ty, '
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Dr. Bartmaa .it now offering Penum to the pubUo.a regular pharraaoen- Are .nd.d-WIII Ask ,Congressfor .o much". answered the DMrob l .;.. ,

tidal product. It.b jut. ethical. any oompoun put up for the medical I *6S.OOOQPO' Outright "It's the late swapping that' o, !lOtIE. I .1..u., { :

profession. No straining of madloM ethics can find any fault'with It .THE ----0. Louisville: Courier-Journal.; I i ,. '1..

F&DTCIFAL ACTIVE INOEZDIESTS are prominently1 Incorporated In the I A ,Washington epeclal'uya: The; a I, ,,." ,
' label on the bottle, that the people may know that the claims made for Parana I Nets Yoric"and 'Peill .;lnD1a' h. I
bar a true justL oatlon. ' I southern members of congress are going raised the pay ot school teachers much i : a'....

.' Th. only departure we hall make from medical ethics in the conduct of to make a determined effort tofight 'most"up to that of the day : : .JoUl'lttllJ'u'usF' ;

*.* Parana affairs in the future, Is the fact that wo shall continue) to advertise'and I through the present session aprovldlnr' totes :She Atlanta Journal '-' can : :

,Mil our product 70 THE PEOPLE t bill) for'' the refunding of the and.a : j

If we would agree to tell to doctors only, to advertise for doctors only $08,000.009) of cotton taxes paid dur- The Greatest which Show travellers on Earth. one, '

then the medial fraternity would bo obliged to recognize Parana at being in the years' from' 1183 to 186J. ask A each question other In --various parts ., )1-

entirely. within their approval.BTTT .' ,' Wednesday night a; ,meeting 'was held the world la: "What Is really : cold .'1

WE: SHALL NOT DO THIS. II attended by one.representative: in congress greatest natural wonder on lrd. i ayk

y' W. shall continue to offer Perana. to the people. Wo ahall continue to from each of the eleven south It Is easy to answer now since l added .r

r convey to the people our-claims for Feruna. a household remedy. Wo shall crn. state Affected" by.. this. bill and ,.a' stupendous tails of the Zambesi cold I \ .: vetyt": '

4 continue to supply the people with free literature, teaching. them how to tuoour permanent,organization. was formed. bare been discovered. of t t.:: t.

t' medicine, teaching: them how to avoid dis*we,teaching them many thingsof Later''eleven southern senators will be ston called. She plalil'. fall; "the : ( )',went and .Acooli,; f i
benefit to tat home. Wo continue to do whether the medical wonderful sight 'I had ,visited In '
stall thin, urged to Join the. special committee, point p of Figs'*
'r profession like it or not and work I'A.a".J'.temauo .and determined ,,'. rlca.And spectacle when of,one the world's'Imagines .. *. ..J
We: from this time to taki'the public into 6ur confidence one ,
are proposing; for the and reasons'.U
way of ,
passage the bill. iest rivers, two miles wide .
i Notwithstanding that tome Imitators and ubstituton wilLbo attempting to sit Is the purpose of the'movers to sneer tlG feet,. It la not bard to ) , 1 h'
which they consider just. good as Perana, wo are going' to .
put something
up have congress appropriate the mono, 'with one of- the'greatest' .
eta ;
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-,, draw aside the veil of secrecy and allow.any out. who chooses to know' exactly outright to'P.7 to'aU holders 'of 'cot and missionaries 'jtbat-ever live<<\ :. i
,ton tax receipts. There will be need Our own Niagara Is only halt a '
This ought to disarm all honest criticism.. We expect, however, that..erit- for the employment of law"era.or no wide and 1C8 feet high,: so that ; It&t:1: _!
Icbm. will continue. On.some pretext or other, those who are envious of the lobbyists figures as a mere cascade ,In ,. be : J increase,
success of Peruna will continue to find' : to push individual claims or son.-Th Travel. 'Ma 'axlne., man ) ;

People Who Object to .fault. Bntwearsdeterminedtoglve to.any the necessity court of for a reference. of claims ,- : I' oil t ,.- andf
inch people no jut I complaintPEEUNA18 A man think he knows
Liquid Medicines ,Can, A GK&T MELICTJTE. this Instance the southern members than acloctor..pl1te.t./ the nOn'' ;

Now Secure Peruna It bat become a household word In of congress are lobbying for the Globe but he is apt to' listen _.'
millions of hornet. Our faith in the I' passage of the measure through con a lawyer tells hinr that be, needs I l } ct -"I

Tablets.t remedy iI stronger than over. Every !gress. They may not be successful sit change ot. climate. \ half.g filter I I c1.1",

year wo expect establish new plant! I thjs\) session, but they" believe with systematic at : ...-"g'

in foreign Iandanntll the people. of all the world are supplied. with this valuable work they will be successfulnext .. Onions, Onions Onions ) cotton | \ i; S.Syrup*;

household remedy I session. This was the tone of 630 bu. of Salcer'a Red hole .,. 1 I P _drugy"1: '
1... ,WE CLAIM PEBUVA TO BE A CATAZtBH ny. Buy a bottle and all the talks made. A ,resolution has par acre at SOc a bu. brings ;480.00.. ; : I. J
: it If it helps be honest and that it hat been Introduced pays' ;
try yon acknowledge helped you* calling upon the secretary j i1
If yon want m to we will publish your statement exactly at you furnish, it of the treasury' for a, statement Star$$93000:!Cucumber from is S well acres worth Balzer'a taking each jar. i j ; ; !'i' l j

to us. We will add no words, take away no words If yon wish us to we will of the, amounts_ paid under tile 00 bu. :falrrr's 12 Fodder Earliest rain ..:
11 in connection with it. We will not do this without Beit Pea sold in the green state at II This |I --:1f.:
publish portrait seta of levying
: your your congress the tax. Including a bur; make fOOd.OO per acre.Such/ | paper' \i "
written request without your entire consent.Pornna i the names of those who paid Baker's pedigree" .! Vegetable* stand for. toilet. 1 .
hu oared thousands of people of chronic catarrh in many phases the tax and the amount paid., F01I'120 ...- '; thamoea L''

and locations.; At least, that is what tho people say to us, through unsolicited The state legislatures throughout and Co.. this La CroaaeVU notic the John in A.order Salter to / laxative<< :

testimonials. Perana will euro many thousand more, in epite of fabricated the south will ba asked to adopt resolutions 250,000) new customers during JII081 & I I JV; \T.
slanders to the contrary.WE mail you free their great .plant. and y
TO memorializing congress to pass catalog together with Air. j.I -.. I
the bill. Georgia has already taken pkg. "Quick OulcL" Cairo! home ; ,
XHQRZDIEVTS PRINTED ON THE LAItEL.q 1 pkg. Karheit Ripe Cabbage... ". .,. ., J
this step.The 1 pkg. Ernest Emerald Cucumber, ... that block". '
We guarantee that'every testimonial we use is absolutely true-in the chairman of the congressional I t>kg. La (;....... Market Lettuce.... r"
rd, exact: language of the testifler.Wt 1 pkg. Karly IJinner Onion.. ,. .. ., .. amount 'fu..... :
t, guarantee that photograph published is the photograph of theperson committee Is Representative Frank I-pkg. Strawberry Muskmelon.. .. .. of *: "
every Clark of Florida who Introduced! a 1 vkg. Thirteen Way Had,."... ,.. your ,
l whoso it bean that word of testimonial author- w fag. on/t
name every every was l.OOO kernel glonotuly beautiful t
bed by the hand that signed it bill on the first day of this[ session Dower seed. .... .............,.. .. .. ; tla ) ,- :'iil I '

L We are determined to beat our opponent by being fairer than they are, calling for a refund of the cotton tax Total ., .... ....r......... .. .. ., .$ :: 1
by dealing squarer than they dart to. Wo art determined to meet falsehood and who supported his measure In a' Above I. uflirient seed to grow 39 cI -:;; { f'll
masterly argument on the law and the of rareat vegetables and thouaanda of air ( '
with truth duplicity with candor, insincerity with sincerity. the ..iI
lust flower* and all u mailed to you when It
Wt know that the users of Pernna will appreciate our stand. Wo believe evidence a few days ago. Representatlve POSTPAID row lie see ,ouloze conatU-v. ,
that the dealer Pernna will applaud our course. We expect even our opponents >> Bell! of Georgia is secretary. or if you sriiil 16c, we will add a change by; aa ..
will These two. with Representative Hef- I of Berliner Karlieat Cauliflower. John lining ot A"*
bt obliged to acknowledge Pernna is not only anhonest raising .
6alc r Seed (b., La Crease WisA.. C. t1ibe..1. '
and: useful remedy but one of the GREATEST HOUSEHOLD.HEDI- tin of Alabama constitute a subcommittee I orImper-*".;;,Z
CINES ON, THE CONTINENT!: to look after the details of does cloa4 I I&
People who good at making
are .
t to dan* "C
the work.ANOTHER. tho
cuses are not much good at t1ibe..-' 1
else. to *ot tete,' '
a ROTTEN CASE ENDS. gbutad t''
If no doubt rwwlrad fr*..on*of tbae.lbattonafrom ** \ arfaoe.i, >
the 8. the N. H. Blltih () the WMMIW SCRATCHEDAll v'r / '
C. Mhibit. aivca TOO br o. BABY CRIED AND fot any
ei 11 I krcntVMTcUbU and Plant ..._ ..... tc.. the mtrU. Chicago Woman Who Killed Lover Is to ,, )tbatcaawj, :

r plsat.odIklod.r.lwdnth.epmalr.& Bp.cW..pna and raraa .. Freed by Jury. the Time-Was Covered with I by tbe i"k, lrpdfoe.. I '"y.,
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,r me*. rrlcei M follow.-!fdt to 5,000 M,1,SO s.I jOOQi tfOOI Mrs. Dora McDonald.wliohas yeen taring Hczenaa -Doctor Said Sores .|.._ *
I !1"10.000"SI H per 0..W.w..lw".I.1.00 par 1,000.f.ak... .. .. Would feast for YearsPerfeet I < r-
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Y 11 err"a a ... b r.M.11 on trial In Chicago since January 20 .... ;! ? pa, .'
.11 sw .rw inn W..a Cure by CatlCtl..fy -
T ---r.:: .ter.. ..:: ,...Mtrlr-" 'IssTM Webster I ., .
the of murdering .
t.'Aa ,r' 'hN.M.W4 W..d.rwwwW..W WLNaa nN"W on charge "). baby niece was suffering from I .'
,1 .... .h.w.( b IT.II.BmCHCO.MSM! .. OucrJn.'was acquitted by a jury In the terrible torture _elDA. It was all iI |j Cat,%' ... .
4 criminal court' Tuesday nigftt., The her bed, but the wont wa on her I cold I: .
aDd band She cried and scratched all '
LARGEST PLAHT & TRUCK GROWERS ON( EARTHNO verdict was reached after six: and a time and could not sleep night: '!' water lh<
baIt hours'. deliberation.: The defendant the scratching. I had her under the > '
who Is ,the ,.widow of Michael C, tor'. care for a year and a ,half"and of '
political leader ,Mined to do her no good. 'I took her '
formerly a .
MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER the beet doctor in the city and he said boll./ _
TH3 SCIENT1FIQ AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. In Chicago, received" the. verdlet'wlthout ., ; .- she would have the sores until *he was : to keep ..
emotion, year old. But if I bad depended on ( of I., *
+tj,' Webster 8. GuerIn ,was shot and doctor my baby would have loather : i iI
CapsicumVaseline.EXTRACTOF I killed la his studio In the Omaha building and died from the want of aid. But I I Cover j i I ; Ollet 4 ; Z I -THE 'CAYENNE Biuren Cuticnra Soap and Cuticura Ointment ..msvy/. ":, ;
e ; LaSatle, and Van streets, .h* was cured in three months. Alice .-
February Zli-1907 Dowell, 47C9 Paaton Av ;. St. Louis. J .
\ DIRECTLY IN VASELINE: .Mrs. McDonald was alone with him May 3 and 20,. 1907.' .. : the ,r 3711a1':
dajf w<
I n ,p' when the tragedy occurred and was ak *'
1% .' DON'T WAIT .TILL.''HE' 'PAIN immediately .arrested and charged with Sometimes the doctor Is called iri (;got ,,::,
l 'reported< ,
.. help! those *ho help themselves.
tll1.baod nd .Leop.I ,
the murder. Her. .. J.Jla"r.
If i t5e. above'is > :
TUBES MAD! OK PURE T1N-AT ALL DRUOCISTSCEALERS. "'ND old Freeman president of the Champion this ; ,dose 'ii
,Chemical Works, I dry" '
.I A suballtuU lor and superior to mustard any other piaster, and will not I i i
;, not be ie"'ffi'
blister the most delicate akin. Th pain-allaying" and curative qualltles-ol. the bonds.for $50,000 after her Indictment I Will Answer tho '
Gladly Questions) .
b' article are wonderful. It ....lIltop the toothache at once and relieve Headache March 30,, 1907. I ( i.
fi I and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best and safest external counterirritant The shock of the tragedy proved disastrous : Any Inquirer .. "
know, also as an external remedy" for pains In the chest and stomach August 1 offer that \ the/ Hna j
to McDonald, and he died It a generous
and all Rheumatic Neuralgia and Gouty complaints.. trtakwlll prove what .- : < .J>1tUo J'y
.0 1 we claim for It, and It will be found to be Invaluable In the household and for 9, 1907.-) after an illness of eev Judge J.. H. Wills, of Cloverport, ....;
children.. Once used no family.wtllb* without It. Many" people say "It ls sal weeks. His fortune was left to makes to w' -4 +
the best o( all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vasellns unless the accused woman, and his) two 'eons, : from backache: ''' s
the same curls our label l, as otherwise II .Is not ,eDullle.. one the child ot a former'' marriage. ney and bladder ( .t 'f1lt:;';; y+
Nod !reU. .<*'reae anti w* will mall. Cur Vaellne Booklet dei.Nbtae Judgo Wills 95. ,.,\. r .
i ear. preparation whloh will Interest .>..u.n Special provision was made In. his will the value of )) ; uai..
Yerllcltj for Mrs McDonald's defense. a :Kidney Pills'and '
Itat.St. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. ,New .E .1: ;'sa j*, ,
r ....' developed'at the trial that Guerla answer tbe .t V ., *
-.a to :i< :
of sufferer
McDonald had been any
and Mrs' .Dora V TO ; th { li,
I Ik more,, or leas Intimate for almost ten writes to him. ." & ; *" ,'?fei ,
years their relations having begun Judge says: "I *'&
k, Plants 'One tab &
Cabbage pleasure In recommending }
when Ouerln 'was, ) less than1 17 ;years Kidney Pills to persons ::i ..''-' ti.'., +v
of age;. The state asserted that Gun kidney" disorders backache etc. & and "and i ..,

m ,had attempted to dissolve these re. the best remedy 1 have ever ,'>I" ':
.C] 1Eit . latlpos and that the 'woman shot him. and I will gladly" answer. any: !' :: r, ,':

In a Jealous rage. tions about it,". ,Of .
We are prepared to fill orders now with any of the following 'varieties of Cabbage- dealers. CO 'eight
Bold by cents
Plants, these bnlag the beet known reliable varieties to eiperienoad plan tent Early The defense attacked Ouerln's. character .
Jersey WakeHeld. Charleston large Type Wakeflalds and liendwsoa Bueonasloos. asserting that he had systematically Foster-Milburn: Co.; !Buffalo N. Y. ."5 ; ; ; ..e::.J.iJ:''.'

Prices $1.25 per 1,000, ; in lots of over 5,000 at $1.00 blackmailed )'..{ra., 'McDonald, for Straight'whiskey maketn, a : two( .i' .no'a w. e'

per 1,000 and in lots of 10,000'at( 90c per 1,000. years.. The trial attracted-unusually, large path. and syrup" a ;: .'

Address all Orders to THE MEGGETT'PLANT CO., N.ggett, 'S.: ,Cr crowds, and on several ,occasions the Asthma. one :' ; ::>,.;; t
If You Seller From ,
police and, bailiffs had to unite forces j. , stir/ :' Ilea '
Some people devote moat of their\ There are husbands) and to bold .the .would,'be ""spectator: fn or Bronchitis get Immediate relief ,' : ; 11 ,
energy to the making of .excuses. and the ones .- "* using Brown's Bronchial" ; :
good hubandl-j: check: tf. . .
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: Mra.Wloalow'sSoothing Syrup as : ? tA'msn'aideal. : *'o*; : bait:la' -.
th MI one
CAPUDINEs.v teethinjrsonens gnini> REMEMBER. THE MAIN woman. Is .. k td'
&Uon allays paincare*wind OQUo,2Iio.bottleIt .. :: ..:.
,. -- .a plpe.I j drea3a..s, *
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.r" of Jc
s.v mm mm \ ft "- *, > '.
Z 1. VV BBH SS| .relin. *-.ah.tM.*.*.*.a 4 Isn't, at all .urprlslne that some. Anniversary' of D.tructlon.of Battle'ship ..: 'w- : ... ( :a;: soft':' ; | ;L '
tMQTIIRS people,.are saddest when they," :.sine.:: Observed In Havana.The I ; 'I'1leiCured'Ia A to >4 D ys... ;",then '.'{b ..,
k' ..r. .. / tenth' anniversary; of the destroolloii rpno'Ointment to guaranteed : ; pan Of ,' fc.r:; .
fc.a<__ Bi4 Vnnlsl* .,_ j<. W4 Itch curd In M minutes by Woolford'sSanitary 'ob.erv .-jfj tchintj,Blind Bleeding or t'rgtrad and ,,, : t
ot'the >
asbvu. la*, .. ...4 M*Vitttaa. ttta i* t Lotion,M.Ye&,fa&1I.,At druuuts.: Maine was cl _'JM in fl to 14. days IntQ' .
r/ .
In Havana with customary! ceremonies... ;,: f T *"" J"1 .-
'-I ",The man wha,hesitates during leap A fleet'of tugs and 'launches congregated ',. HIs'SatanicMa3eatylslalways; paper > .' ':
; I -year, Is-,.on.:. ''t' -.' -1 *FMY' 'about the' wrack of, the ;'battleship ting, sometbina'tortothing. ..'/ 'a-.warm' : *

| a,.4 STBdino; hi.:affmr-tkU oowntrr.7 I ,' r .. -on"whlclt: "were deposited m.nY'DoralOllerdPp of 4 '. 1,

J w!'" tr' .J WIFE'S' LONG ) : Including wreaths sentj::. 'WAy not 'the'Natural laxative, G r : ) '.'
t : SDPFKHING. WITINICIJRALbIAwueadedhy ,, tie. Daughter or! the American Rev: Tea? I4'. Purer Mild and Potent. well. ) '' "-rhnillw j "

fohiisoms1ED Minard's Liniment after'all I olution.;Governor Magoe>n,:Mr..Morgan, Xe ol *Herbs.Coy Brooklyn' t.;'N.for Y.sampleX3 and \ : BM-:: '
daohad failed, write J."H. Phair"of,Uoorernenr [ the: American minister,_Major General -tbe 'r "

I.j.J.JIQnl; -, N. Y, To prove. that it ture.neir i i Barr7 commander sot ,th..,American :AN INSINU TJON. slpw. ; '
! al8UI.. heunatJo pains, stiff sore mtLIaW'tr.'otn .
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> ) *,',wo vrfll send a. special bottle,tree forces! In Cuba\ ,' the"'American. Club Mrs., Newed-' My 'husband. '
To **.' ... word. to ". ., ,
and the Rural'Guards peaks' 'a'cro a me
"(- ,. V It = sow 'rpott:;raequ..t.: Minard's..lylnlmenk. Co,; : : ''With- ,. ; ; \ ,
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}wash Framtnghany'Man? j '. : beat ; (
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.' Florida. :, News, : ::Notes() 'Vegetabl.Btarch'. In Place tot Cedar Used Successfully Wood:, y ) .jIji I' ir

'- Consul F.allk'S. of Madge- I
burg, furnish 'the following' information . II

.t" J :" .... .... .... ...., .... ..... ..... .... ..... ..... .... ... .... ." ..... .... .... .... 4 ..... .... .... .... ... '1 concerning' 'a 'new .German II I I
composition to.take'lhe place coda
: in the manufacture lead pencils:-
Bond Purchasers Fluked.' Ca. of Postmaster. Northrup.A '
in ) "About two i and one-half years ago v. #ar C..)
Notification WM received Pen lacola' Washington .
special says:. Members a-'small company was fot-mtd: to"pen-
a few day ago 'from New 'I( of the senate committee on post- feet and exploit an invention which; 4. ,'IrystHyn ,

to the effect that the offices and postroads are taking great instead of nakJug use of the expensive ,
the $350.000 worth ,of city I Interest In t&ejssue raised'by the post- cedar wood. substitutes a com ; ? I
jment bonds bad failed. lake ( offlce deparment In ]Keeping( William pact mass, ,the main ingredient, of
'Aue. This came from the a Northrup; postmaster at Pensacola; which Is pot t..gel' The invention has z1 .Mss. II aWMmbiUlkeisI" I
the' bond trustee In New Fla., In office after the rejection of his finally been perfected and the pencils
f wbom the bonds .had sxjeij nomination by the senate. The .com' are being-manufactured In largo ,!
to bo delivered to,lbe mltte'e will quantities preparatory to being placed AND SUPPLI C8.
caused much 'surprise locally take' up the case at a special on1' the market : ........-. SMtl..m ...,, .rtleaa...lae* ...-_ ObI Papa don't forget to buy a
meeting soon (o be held This 'Woman'uye Lydt aZ. .. ..... '
"I have seen and .used 'some ofthese S* MUM M er1A M Ilia W .a1M..4 bOttle .f CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT
ly It was calculated: ttat the I The Ptnkham's Vegetable Compound ... L ,
1 as ; answer .of -Mr. Meyer to. the Mill ev'Iot -
pencils which. while slightly saved her life Head letter. Wn. ___MV" 4441_ 101'--' for little girl: "'
be'avallable your ; .
within 1
would a very senate Inquiry concerning :, .. .
the' depart 'ilea vier. are the same In else form e... M ave. WI b. e..rWIr '
#' time and would .be used for ment's 'reasons for keeping In"ofUce' and appearance as those at presentIn Mrs. T. C.Wllladsen,of fanntng, -.Us..I. You can buy'It i at any1 Drag

chase of the waterworks ft postmaster who. was rejected b> the use admit of sharpening M little 'Iowa,writes to Mrs. Finkham I ; e Store and you,know It never falUto .

?A for additional sewerage. The senate last -session cites the postal more easily, and can be produced at ".I can truly Bay that Lydia, saved E.Thtlrbarn's .! -TIiompson'sEycWatcr-- ........;_---....... euro my Croup p>>_and Cost. =.b.Truer'today .
bidding In -the .bonds:.offered law 'hlch declares that a postmastershall a very nominal figure. A permanent Vegetable Compound my - -- -
price for them and this was not be company was) founded In March at life, and 1 cannot express my gratitudeto
permitted to surrender tie la words For I suffered
yon year than
no deposit was required., In offlca until hissuccessor has qualified. Berlin acting under patents 1n fourteen with the worst forma of female com over before $

'Ss the. concern; located in No mention was made by Mr.' countries with a capital of $154- plaints, continually doctoring and _
believed to be 700--'of which $95.200 'represents the' spend!air lots of money for medicine ....
was Meyer of his failure
1 to appoint a sueessor cost of >patents, while $59,500 .has without help. wrote :yon for advice Yr''J''KIND4i : : (
V! would take the Issue. |1[ to Mrt .Northrup./ And on, this been retained for a working capital.Of followed It as directed, and took Lydia.
The boud .trustees-are now .-. point, the senate will ask further In.' the working capital $U. 40 will E..Flnkham'a t.ableCompouud and I
In negotiating with other ) formation. Members 'of thepostofllce be used in erecting a factory, with U ha.* restored me to perfeot health. IS '
4d Had | not been for I should havebeen !
purchase the' entire Issue, The committee state that If Meyer's position ,six presses and a dilly output''of4V..- in you I wish '
works plant bad already been should, be uhpeld It would render! 000 pencils. The cost of manufacture suffering my woman grave would to-day.try it," every. I' and the wise planter understands that
4 -.over by Ole city In ,anticipation .Inoperative the Constitutional provision ;, all expenses Included-rent, I: I
4/curing the money without delay that federal appointments shall be light, power wages, composition, :1 FACTS FOR SICK. WOMEN.:
for lead selling cost etc.-Is estimatedat For thirty years lydia E. Pink.ham's kf 'C .POTASHI
'which to'pay amounting; to f made by the prenldent without the ; '
000928. A second quality rend I Vegetable Compound, mado: I
soot end It will now be ; advice and consent* of the"enat !, I '
from roots and herbs has been the "
'will be made whose cost :will be ,
'"" 'secured unless the. to money return the can properties be I I''Lightship, for'-'the 8t. Johns. ,, only"At'0.00595:; the estimated;' production of and standard has positively remedy cured for thousands'female ilia of ; (is the power behind? the throne.

''Pensacola Water, company, women who have been troubled with
to Washington 8,000 pencils .a day three hundred
a dispatch ,
In the meantime the 'suni of I the senate committee on commerce has '''working'''days a 'earthe' yearly production , displacements,inflammation,ulceration i Rapid growth; early maturity .and Increased cropresult to be received by t., "city' 'authorized a favorable report 'on a bill '-would be 14,400,000pencils.' fibroid tumors, irregularities, froin'the. use of a, high-grade potash fertilizer. .
t count of the failure or'the )' the :According to recent statistics, the export periodic pains, backache, that bear. 'j t .
-the bonds to take up the tasue providing for construction of a from Germany to foreign countries ' ing-down feeling:,flatulency,Indkes- Our book'on "Cotton Culture" discusses the cultivation' of the staple hem '
t. .
t St was] presented to them In New lightship to be stationed* opposite the equalled- 15.168 tons, with the tiondi2zinessor J1S prostration jthe purely practical point of vUw. It .,plainsalt about the proper kind and
Some months ago when the bids entrance, to .St Johns rivers to cost total',.number' of. pencils at 3,033,200- Why don't you trfltK Abe proper use. Cotton Fertilisers.: W. mall It fr... Address 1?

opened' and the New York 126000. 000. Mr.*. IMnkhnm, invites all sick OERMAIt' KAU WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York!:
dared to -be the_ beat bidders )' For several years prominent men Interested "The cedar wood used at' present;! !I women to write her for advice. Chicago-Monadaock Building Atlanta, Oa*-114 Caartler: pnlldlegBenaenoa'B
in the port of Jacksonville In the manufacture of lead pencils She has guided thousands to
fled check for the sum of $ health. Address M....
Lynn, 1 i
have advocated a lightship 'for the .Is expensive and .the' quantity limited. -,
r 2 per cent fft the amount, was '' entrance to the St. Johns river. The while on the other band; the I ,No man ever falls so elilman,-observes JE's.aa'raa THAT WILL NAllfl CJ2iJ..CJIoB '
ed, and .retained alt matter was taken up with the board cultivation of potatoes 'advancing the ,,fit. Louis Globe-Demo*
being returned, as It was one of trade and with the assistance of .-aob' year.. For 'thee* reason this.' crat, that be doesn't feel competentto :
requirements' that parties' 'that board has been pushed forward. invention may mark the beginning of give advice ; \ : "
Issue should a new era In -production of lead IMM'"I"
the present a i i
j The entnice to the St. Johns river ,
check of 2 per cent The ()& pencil." Oalr On'e "nromo Quinine" : : ; ; '
according to mariners Is 'one of tho ,
I Laxative
f bond will That is Bromo Quinine
trustees now proceed
most dangerous along the Atlantic for the K. Used the
lect this $7,000, an1 the coast and during heavy weather one NOTCIDS WANTED. World over. to Our: a Cold. inn Oni Da)'. S3o> R a- ; 1'ooortF' e.rtrW. '
: Trw flmnielliia wlaak5atdt swaiaaawI +ti
ding highest 'on the bond .:I-
failed to' live up' to the of the hardest to locate hence the'urgent Sunday School- T a6heir-rNow, chili By;the way, are you acquainted with am located on one of the Sea Islands of Booth Carolina, oar climate U mild.;
move to secure a lightship.It iren, 'who was.Iierodt rany/can woo flatters his wlleTUZIANNE just sufficient cold to harden and ceDe plants to stand severe. freezing after.aettlnfavtlatMeoMevaaetieMb .
Is not expected thai the Is now earnestly! believed that I.re_..1($' _ar many """ __., 111'1.... rH$ t. .U
Chorus-He wus a man' wot wanted, ,..,." WIr,__ S P I'dC1OI UIDII.'OOO e\$1.50s 5.0001...000"''1.IIf 15AO..._M II."
agree to the payment of the
since the senate'committee on'com. I ter get rid of all de children' I" '/1V1v1Y1 ....V.....-aa..... ...... tie r*'.caws MZ ,
.without an. appeal to .-the courts.Rejio I merce has favorably reported on the I S. 8. Teacher. -Yes. but what was : -. '"C'V' 'J'0 =JSllla: "-- Pleat ar we/ .
; : ,_Ma*.tafl Mas L L .......*. p.tot, ..c. Ian..... ir......*..h/R.t.'l.
bill the ship will be secured. I her I"i L. ,
i of Bpantsh-Am.rican I Youthful voice-I ruess he wui de .

The' Havana dry dot 'kb r. + All the papers In the courtmartlalproceedings ; lan'lord. of a rat .I : ,COFFEE

got the most Important and against! Major 'w. F. Hancock -
1 Inheritances ot the :government who was found guilty of 1'11'8,8'".Vito.'Danoeervoosbt.eieepee.. Is POfUf.AB beeanee It ,ls se
conduct manentlyoored by Dr. Kline's Onset Nerve :. 0000. More than forty orders i|
United! Btatee'frolltfle' unbecoming an officer and a gentleman Restorer C3 trial bottle and treatise free V for a _,.loa4 of It-SO.OOO Ibs. ,
,.. consequence' Dr.H.B. gllna Ld.111 AmL Bt., Phil, Pa. Mto: the oar-were rsoelv.dlastCyear k t
,8paln a the have been sent by President ..... '
of 1898 Is now one of. the' Roosevelt to Secretary War Taft I It's easy for the average man to* ; ICART1tFOR TUB COKKKK VaiCK, ;IQ .wets av ail.t .

the .Pensacola. navy ')'ard. .This for consideration and recommendation.It make a bad break. .- I : and It's. a.14.everywhere,' A Mlct. 1011 tv1M **'
; t s[MBi[iiornraa
is ',a sectional structure 'ot.ateeJ.. Is believed that recommendation ; ,-aova,WOMCN. Miaace AMD itvj CNILDMCM.- .
',wen ,built In -Glasgow early of Secretary Taft will control the president "faty lot's Cherokee Rent.4 j of Hweet I I :. Mw
.nineties and was towed. In and If the secretary endorse the GdB*> .. Coughs Colds Croup and Conanptloa -
J r.s: :;-to Havana:, The cost'of the coor.t's recommendation for clemency, dy-.ur.s, a.>d all throat and lung troubles.At '
I \:', tibe-: Spanish' government was $ I It will ,probably result In Major Hancock 1In....... Mo., 0o. and. <1.CO per bottU..An' .. WANTED A.. -i*aM.Mse r

and.; while but little use of It had i'I!'' being saved the humiliation of ae.e I M C.rv; : 'l1./tM.Mro! y: -L Dr In$4 slid tit eit E4, $ Caret Di E uflsd At Asy Prlasra
made of It'by the Spanish navy dismissal from the service. The friends ounce of hI,. .. better than a suw, w -t.rMa ara.w.e .
hostilities" had been drawn to a of Major Hancock". feel sure ,that, he ..ton of hot air en.tlIe subject.;:.;.,., (At-'oa) mold hlY.b.a .b.

:between the United States and stands a better'chance at"the band 'ft$ Al "; "L lfH.L' J.. ""'.J> i' ".. .,, A '
aud, the peace' conference at ot Secretary 'Taft than, he would tit 1 Ba rr'' ,' .?' ,' ,[ l ;: : :

"" :mouth bad concluded that along I f the bands of President R Oaeyelt,"W1Io" ', ;.. \ \ ........ .
, 'the Philippines :at a $20,000,000 Is known to have expressed himself ' : :\

\ (be* peace commissioners had favoring dismissal., :

f.y: Intake! ,,over: the Havana dry ]I'I . IT WILL/ PAY :: i
r'.1 abbot half'Us original cost. j W, Bucbhols, dean .of .
:. ---' the Florida Female college,' has allowed ..

Captain HI B. Rose and Mr, his nlme to ,bo put forward a* : '

Trammel-] food Inspectors candidate for superintendent( 5f '

turned from a tour of schools in' Hllsborough county. This : w: Advertise in /:
provided 'under the pure food step on tbe part of the dean Is a.ource : ;
11seand ' -laws. They of deep regret to his friends ,

thal\is the, fertilizer and stock colleagues' In Tallahassee who val ...
laws,:the trade and dealers ''t 1rou him so highly an as Instructor ofoung y 4 r
the state; 'as a class, are quite women. He allows bis 'name to

-+ formed)' and It Is seldom that brought out on condition that the '

': 1>a la,, an1vlatlon! :: of., these,Jaws., campaign be conducted -by his friends,
,',. scene to the investigation and nd that he be left free to continue his
ment' of the'pure food law at the. college until the end of ; '.

t' *Rose considers It a: very large term as he feels that -ho cannot

}, portAWt. work which will: require a personal interests to Intel ere'

time lo ;get'into. s'moot> his present 'obligations to. the
) InW'i
4er, '''but, 10'. tar as the u .
ti 'now able to determine, all the a.

are endeavoring to comply with I The United States court for the

L law.' :,; ou ern district of.. Florida at Tampa, r
\>f -. { presiding the
M, In'answer to the demand'of of'alljged atte'mpt to defraud '

L 7.\i; bile owners the Florida road run, 'government by obtaining public The discriminating Vp ; '

; --Jacksonville-'to-'to Miami baa bean! under false pretenses by Fr DIt"'E. ,
'""r. .-sorted from the.original dates & circuit court clerk of Herman' SLOAN : ;
$ ,to'' March '9, 1908.. The county, an acquittal Was had as ,

te i ,set'Vas February 18 to 22. ;i also the cases against the Tim.-:

J l- _. Congressman,l'J'eD't: resolution Clark' : the Introduced.bouse jointly Indicted with Mr, Sax- For spavin, curb splinhsWeeny.: _,1

..'Itjn.. 'the becrTtary. of, ,war"; 'to tendons wind all ; A
and oat ,
Ito be made"a"survey of-,New After a long vigorous -ap puffsand' !

47!l 1elQwbiehfwae' ; referred to the: from the majority of the citi For thrush, ? garget ':' ; : J :'

ry'' .mttre! ort rivers and harbors" .of 'Gainesville for a 1iw opera For L \ .
hog distemper; hog cholera
,;Jt their demands will now be ful ,, : .

.:' .,. :__, Rivers; a negro, sentenced .; E. Baird senior member of.the For 'didrVhoeacanker: : and roup ; ;
!i';< ".imprisonment In the convict Hardware company has 'solved
', AT ALL DEALERS: '-' : :
A:; f.P1. mnrder.ot Hattle Peterson, problem, because' he has decided. ,
r ... .; :&1'0' woman.'at Baldwin during use bpi own funds to Install a pIa,. I Send For: free book on. 'Hort$. Cottle. H r.,Irti+or+- 790'.'I'baa' escaped from the which will .be the equal of any-
hospital at'' QuIDCr. .A' reward of In the south for activity the .

1 :..(Its altered for his,apprehenalon.t 'I of Galensvllle..Something .' T i i l., Only'Ono '
.4....\lJ--_ -- r : curieSt too .t EarllJcrJel su'eessTMnusrne

',;;;'. ce.L. ck'n':, Ore/TJiilted' 'of the cosmopolitanchar. ""Bromo Quinlna"That .' 1Ypa : : .
'' .awu.a.u
lileouftbt'Taaipa: ; rendered ''a'.d of the dflsens. of Jracl1e and .' W AlEFlELD (, B'rlrwtlat,.!'....... ,
'**; fa the ease bt the Tamps Water may be Jnterre4 from the' fact TIle h..... ....( I'
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aPtnat the city of Tampa; they represent> the states ot New, Ia'Lixativo.1 ,. _
: tfeoree :Jonaklng'' n'Dt.the' Hampshire ;- Massachusetts; 'Connectl-- ,

;, kw'# yrbhlbiting.the' mnnlclpdi.- ..!' York,.New Jersey;Pennsylv-" 'Bromo' Quinine 'CABBAGEPLANTS'ForSalIAMO :

.: 'ejieat from, enforcing !tha reduced ..:,,North and South Carolina;-. Qoor-:: : t MY'ANNUAC7UUR.a.oan4IIL.i.Ad' : ;; ' with ..Y1h. IwjI-kMwa, y rie toe .fAlr "
,.:W rates provided by ordinance .., Alabama' 'Tennessee' ,* Kentucky, iNA9aLD OVER'If0CU*** COLD. in out air.dlwaye : qmwn Cabbac Plant at the followiiif .r1c.s. vtoi I.OO04o4_ a* 11.4*. _) 1'1
.Lf. O .rm 6.0oS a $l.>s at 40I.F.O.BMacntt.. S.A .....
some.'monthaiago. : ::' ..lo; Indiana, to .000 at 1 10.000 or more AIt.
', council nll'llOI..Mlchllap-IO'W; ;
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" proYIN/Wi' .t M- erUon avamnuea.., A k fat' SMicaa ae> saOM CIOGOCI..CaaIa! / a
e t3urle>k Hysthat.the I Wisconsin, .Arkansas,'' Ok- gamic 1b k. order: .
.wilf ,jmew,' the. :fight ':I m.,- besides Canada;,! England .and. , remember, the ,fall (G. a"J
[ B." l COX ETHEL ,S.C. BOX /
',;iwater,, raWI along other :: .. tor, this. ,. .signature oa erwrv box(: |6o.. I ADDRESS _. ,, ; ,. t
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'I) ..,. .... Haflatrakioa even.on 5%lelaaaMoSvwof ..... .r. .. I. :. ',.. __ f'om P.-I-
jfJJAllffDffectw -owlet. WL,7k, I the hpjirY.... of R. tr atrattoaof Kleo.Jumo .- ........' P .. . ........ } LORIAA 'GA IHE UPP ,
0Oyendreel Inn .r tome ,
if .1. I)'N h ... .. wZererf I nave bmwmnlo anbarrlrml 8all":1: -..... .::3lIOtSt.p" %' s jSty' > '''J
'' in ''fadI'' Pre Rd in andre ': K: { my bar*! officially, thta. anth day ofFebruary. "- .. 1.0 .G um..... from r i iA s
p ..' A., .D, IPO$,- He H 'ed r..... prp.Isolnet
Patrick U LateF.eiHJr I. .. LAHCAHTEK. NgPMr'Ib :.m end teem county
(, bcetta( << Comty fItrWt. 8 $ncI.Couniy,1; :o: = I itW, .ni.
1Ir I "prprecinct ecinctgt..i .'

., IIH.: . ..-.1 precinct
ramlfC'l'. "0.> I, T' .ww . .........armn. "... .." Y S1

1 A 1'1001'(41.-1. Timer F MBronaon NOTICE. C v'PRECINCT NO T.

Aderliold CLAlman J VTAlvy AiMlffraon hlontl W John TIIOQ, 111; MY?vy.t..UJ Una followlnenamaa" ware atrinkea from thearrorwfully *mpbell.. ,haa . ..mor.dfor, county '
R.d.u.tIo. a-ka of 0.-. County .t areguter Lofton, John. .movdfrom.. county rriig -seed LegaisitmOwenIrrigation
WHIUKandv '.', 1 Yeleil R ....jou....... meeting of doe Yard of Count Corns Roebuck. w Aunread. train. county
E PRECINCT. NO. a. mt.etof wee ..e.ld. the 17th d.. .' ., Fit.......,.. IC' .. mlth-Grlmn ..-.. :tam county

J A !Itnlhick H "y A thla Ia to nuufy eey aM all psre who er. V..whllJ.) C A .. ..-. .oeadaUer.
l. atriokan toappear oretbe JlnardM / J 8 .moved. from. county .
_...n'L 'BrewnD.nfelHamN J"9
\ : Wedneedar. tha Mtk dVy ot February. rpm, atIdn'elock
., Baaallavtd ABanlay &,, 11eBWm' < Yates Nosh .moved. from precinct
& .. the. Im'enrion to make eemalalnt. and
HM.O J A I 1' '
tlarItA BaaeZWBandy leg, ar Brown B: ' be restored, PRECINCT NO. *. %- Is one 'of the moot Important aubjcrts In PIoHdn.
Jrnllrr RTllrrail Theo trnnean W J Brown t, JJ PRECINCT N0..L .... 0 R . . . .. .norad from prednetnnla. '
1 M C Ba aKHBaaaDavM Brtllh' N L' Brown H !: Andnrsap.J JA-------- ... .. deed John P.. .. . . ., --moved from county The cost of making arid Umla produce l le no ""11111 com .
II.e.WIterC. :: Brown B It' Bronaon K R ArnoldJW---- . , . : l within
the mult Hint plants are rrlgaUnn
tiaaa :Morgan IIMM "..,." H il C"COllin. from county E.: L. LHSLEir.; Clerk great .:

Rail BaM H"w..11 ; .J- wi i AId_ 0 < . ,. .moved. from countylleardan. lly ARTHl'R E. DONKOAN.!: D. C. the reach Of every ,farmer. '

Hell M allaceHatrtor W J Bacw Iktal<< OFHrr W R Campbell. John I W Clark Campbell' W W I, A EHell. . ,.. ..-. ......... '-== =- _...,,= ...... Let us know how many imFrrs of arid, laud,j you I>II'"c,, and. Me Will| 5; ,', .
Harim n..on John A F, .. . . .,. . . ..._._ from CIOUn FIIaao.W .'
i .. Ita....'Warrr parr 8.t Hnolh A J ', ..... 1 D E------ . Q.rr.d|J, from. county furnUh plant embodying the ncoewtrrequlrnmnt for making )your ,,.ts., '

,.".n..n II N RIM TJRroniion : I>..*'.. iN"' rlandr.Leallaaa. . moved from. oounty NOTICE. Innd prodiiotUe \Ve hate tlie exact plant nerd and we belicte :
Jamr RHntlir y-y, Qulna.;; 8r, . .moved. from .precinct you inn i .:li;,
llrowu Morganatarnea r 1 p .,* .... . . ., ,. .dead r" "'
11ron. /
11 Henryn Kenneth PBronwni 11W5 At tho regular meting 01 the H..rd of County extirnnte from u" will Mie yon( _"" ;
Flowery 1p" 1f..RO. .. .. muv.dfrolnewntyHenkntght " ,A.J n Ham Ira Ono L J I H .moved from precinct Commlaal nan o(Oaoaola County Florida. bald [ We aim Hell Marine Enjrlnea,. Motor. flout Hnpplirs l'Ji(>eltc. !>. i"IHhtg'", 1 jt

eftncklajiOimudv Baw LH rlarneaTJ, .moved from. county the 4th day of February A. D. 114$.. the (ot-\ '
Johuaon D Y on <- yVrlle for beautiful. Illutitrntnl c.t li, Xo ; ,
C'harlM. lUMa Aruolrt j' "* J1I. 10h'.U'' Ita-.1 w ,moved I...... county J tr 24 )
named to ,
lowing .poulntad u
wan serve "
,... C'herlcaJrnrnn.C.A L. Vaae J C. . .... moved from county persona [ ."" .
. and Clerka of Election. In various "
,.'" R H II...Clint .moved from precinct narxotora the

al 1..ler r"blb f''I R' 'Anler Robert rJ laaa.TA.Jr% R. .. moved movdhoecountyCirorvsuf.l from precinct i .'action dlatrteU at an election to be held In said Florida Gas Ep' h,<} an "J Supply Cp. : E

S < rayaoo' U W .nler I Cl..uirr : ountyonthettJi day. of March. A. 0.ItNm! to" .
W T moved county .
from 1'
J I. IAmb 01NM.. Aaron I .i '
-obb. F
1y; 't......" N B t handler O oOohnon r. WI''B M lailar\ \\ Z from. county .inei or beet shall be prohibited In aid County, ,
"+ OhUholm, GilbertChapman IPrrvatt Benton, A O.. . ..moved from county twit iElection .- ..
;Martin .
A (1> 1Arthur.. moved from preulnct
., Conner .
, <'",re.lI.C DtkmufW P It'an"! H F..onlyItuber.H UUtrict Vo. I. .Im-H.. M.Pfann __: I en g .! e! l S r_ CI e..e tom '
C' KRtavra ._ 0 moved from county C. B. Vowel! R. T Butler loap.lora:
It' CornelL. i Whirlton. .. .dead W. H. Johnston 01...... K4Y41Nti41AKNts4WNKNet oNNNNbti--
. ... .moved
ftukeT/i C J R oounty
l.iiin. K: PHavldMin Pann 11. t ; ." RI.h'l Z T ... Cnalna. . moved from ommtrCoan.r Election Din lict No. .. 8h1.-1.. H. StorTaa.r. .
A I, Dattii W . tolierl i .N... ,\II.r: ; H. ,': dead .. M N. Overatraet, O. r. UI' OUOIIo Inspectors;: -
lon".n''A BtVmitran : lwvl It VI" g' Irvwa. J T .. moved erorn county F. H. Tlner. clerk. Sunny South Stables.
ChanPo Delft H R Jravrford. Elitemovedlroes. auntyCrews. .
81.410, ; W SylvarTJD! .
11: I
' ,,'nln a JDonrian frIlrlfa I.CDrcnifrht : Alec dead Flection District No. 8.-H.- frown us .
BiilllvanJM "
J B A F Capes John R'Hner. moved from county M. ...n.... lewla 'Johnaon. loa....ctora: D. Ylohnaon .

A; 7>nnc ian Fdw W J'Jevtalnl" t PRECINCT SO. 4.All.rttlonvE Jamaa : . .- S drad clerk.Election ffi, 1r

? K . A 'Davte.0W.moved. trom precinctIHmkler District No.Ed Whaley. W. ,HMann L. H. I OR,6MI Proprietor.pNNnace tJ
WI.movad. from countymovad '
. JhJII. T U b 55 5 C B Praaare, Chaaenroll. . . from oountymoved District No.W, A. Kabanka. A. W.C..b nnnnn\\NN\N\N\v\\NNN\cNN\NN..

.. ., .F Bttlou H L; Ratten Uo W )' E: H . from county ,. W. R.Nettiaa. Inspector: Young Tlndallclerk. . .. BROADWAY Y
K C b>. A H nbt" .moved. from county
R.rber |
J .
V4renM.rreiYtuki Fiiuntaln C. H R. Homer IUM Richard KHFuller .. .deal LIVERY SALE and BOARDING I sr
,, "Mc.yd K H 1M.M Aaron HUM lock'** \ RD. rowed. from county Election District No. -H.. H. Fettle. J. MMonUd'oca. I

.+ t'I I'rank11n0E C Graham, D P .. ., . .dead Solomon Rauleraon. ........,.....;J. B. .'Phew. 10J J
G CMI1II.I"n.. I K Gilbert. J R. Sr. moved from county.d_ Tumblln. clerk. 1 J_..._.......__..._.......\. _. \ \_._ N..j1Ve11
. Alfred .. Onrinv Will Grant S AOraham. UnderhilL O I
(irrwr ; F from Election District No. T.-W. P.
. . .
moved from
Chaa R county Alderman clerk. .
K HtUauldinif Oraham.
filbert A H 1 H ; "
..r....e J K Jr llolx.rt .'" NlfhuelllMru W H Hua-hey, L PHotran. . . . movad from count Election. Diatrlet N... 8.-J. K. Rnnla.' M. p.TI..IL : prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satisfaction .'
G ImoCW lies MOilhort '8 lie. : ED .: . :moved: front count : ,$
Ua>l. A.V. .....Inapectora.. F. W. Hill clerk. .
Ulll>ert A O W C Hinrha John J . . .. moved. from county f r "
<;JIrt\ U A liarclnnr Uraoam R K UII...... F itUuy .Keel A M Hordrrson'. UrlfflnHanoock. . . '. .. deaf hand and affixed the official cad lor the said Board .. II I It
rintaoBDtanlupr II H > L ,moved: from countyHarrteNK. ;
< .8 E L .. . .moved from precinctII of County Commiaaionera. at Ktaalmmea' In the HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. ;
H I.OIIM.OMMaun. Lorene. Walter I aghey. 0 P.. count County aforesaid thla 4thd.ay of February. A. DI . .,

', M Johnaon, W f> .. moved. from county IMM. E L LESLEY. t/avva vava vaya.v a ya avayaya f
n t1"J' C Ilu h.y T AHydo W m H Murphy T J oCK. . ... .county {'Ierk of the Circuit Court in and for
,, K JoliuaHanwill . . .moved from ,
J........ W H -
(y the Couatv.of Oaoaola. Stale .r
CharlieHtrweH O B 'II 1 i
W R H nd..r.on W H Outlaw CPfirttn f Kin*. 4ap0. . . moved from count [sell] Florida, and .".olllele>Clerk. of Ih.Bo.rd .
r .
..... from
!1Ctucmuck moved count"
HanwIIJ MHulley.m ''
Rer. ;J O .1." :
Hmmiton J W P l I.......... Raymond moved" from precinct of CountylCommfaialonenoMaid BRING US YOUR JOB PRINTING. .;:*
Hlrlml Daniel Jr 9Ham 'liionB VfrHixliie. Pa4AltJenn.J PM.nt4s.nIRa.c "'nr. CE-; .. .moved from count County.
R-, P C) ParUn If II I II Jamb J J . .. . .. moved) from. precinct. .
Hlcka' 1NUJF HanxellBMHUllard tr Partln IT' PnrtlJi! W WP.retn Larron. W K,. ., moved. fram count - -- - -- .

Harrl. W B C LIvev . MojwrBflrrftioru >>.Uhe_ IT. . moved from count. y - .'- ,
Harwell. Rem V 8 Maclc, Otto . . . moved from Count. Notice of Election. :J

I J HramVn Ix>wl .Mack. Anton? .moved from count.
Hulllrati*II A A I $I ration t H M.'Oil'. IN. . .. moved from preelnc Whereas written application was presented ti
T F Maloy I. A moved from precinct t to the Board of County Commiaajonera of Oaceo '

e JJdnoenuC1. T Mobl F. W C . moved from count' (Guill)'. Florida\ .t the regular. meetinc oflialUoard. NEW SPRING'
Tin..n Jo..1 1 1V Thr'.a M A "MurriaDn, OK.Mellon. .moved from count
.... Johua.n (ray JrJohndon I M IMelauRhUn C: .. .. .. moved from count y held on the:.Ird day of February. IIM wV..k.
W K Jordan I W'' ".' 8 J ,moved from county Inn for an election In said County to decide ref' ,
h: KW.rreu .
Jones I. I Johuaon J J arren H \\iliattnn\\nrrrn J B McKee II D. .dee.I whether the sale. of Intoxicatingllquora. win' *. :
Johns a Jv 1 H I, .....
.oba John moved from
WarrmiFHV. W'en.r$ llobwrtVatea Pat-tin. James M sued and beer shall be prohibited. In aald county. which
."ton W II Johns W HsrdryIorden Pot_. J MPreecott. . . .. .. ,d.
RPLKale ', . -, A B Robert PParker. moved from counimovad r application was aliened. by more than one-fount.

Ie Y JR . . from county of the ....terod voters of said county; .and GOODSr
it, W I. Prncx u.J H. . .. .. ,moved from countyShnckley.
M W v. whereas It .P........ to mid Board that no much

i KeeInt W W PRECINCT NO." 8 Raloar.RobertT. . . . . .desuid election had been called In said county within the
keightWill 1e"1" ) Ro-.... J L.
'.- 971 : .. fA r Randolph D moved from count past two ......: and wlieraaa on the 4th' day or i

' L '\S N 'H" aCroaby J W -. .- . . .."'dfromeounSimpson . b, said application did} ordor that an election r.
1Ae Joha .. J A . .rowed !rem county '
les RG C be held la said Panty of Oeoeola on ""nd.,1h. ti.
....DC : 8eyenoev J W . moved from county
" r .. . moved from of ".reh. A. D. loo) to decide whether !
county 0th day
La........': J A La..eon. G BfMII.HW Crosby J D A WEgb.nke : vnara.Chaa.' :; moved from county the sale of tntoxlcatinr. liquors visa or her NOW OPEN
E .fii. ... ..movedfrompreeineSullivan '-, ; ,
L.ukford W T bbr. It D .
laweou. F B b.1 N L .'.. .. .. .. . .moved from precinctprecinct ahall be prohibited Inlaid county,and dlclljoorth.rorder f I
W A 8)1.C... .. moved ham thal-the Clerk of said Board. do rive at least ,

K '.N" 8..._. A C moved. mm precinct thirty....... notice of aald. electtoa by .publishing.

4 11I01"; J W "el'haUar.lobao't. Mattlea W B g1r.p.on Shiver. A, 8 I .N.. . . .. moved fame.. precinct decdernidr theeamelnone. newspaper, la each and every

: McCutohon Peter ,, W T '. .mvedod from county) town In said oounty. if a newspaper or newapaBert Hi: STANFORD \ ;
w 8 McDermotf. P F 1 R Smith., J MSullivan. . . . . .movad from count be published. la aaid. county.and If none then C. CO.
MinI:.L A lfofan1h11n.WF W F . . moved. from county
.lIo".loha NeCuUst.r Dent by posting at least; tan, written noUoee- of aaid ..
MII1u 8 C HeKen, W'" A n..n.. J N. . .moved from county ..... ,_. __ __ ."
In rid .
T .. ejection In the moat public .
McKee. FA Ta....... P L.. .. . . neared front count - --- -- -- - . H.H.srj A A MoL.ughltu. J II: J W Tindall Young T eeya RDIIart.. . . . .. .. .,' .....dead. _of whichehall be at the court a-.... \tt.
-a-- If M Mclaugblln R D Tynar.SA. _. . .moved from county Now. theil't...... I. E. U Lealey.ea Clerk of.thoCI..ult BUDDED TREES .
1faarPh7. Nehrurbun NO. d Tyner, AThan. ." . moved from count ,
a:1I I'J>CRairord PRECINCT John W .movad from count Court In and for said and aa anOfHcio t.

_*.s 0 N.ob.Mobley. P K r Lawrene. R' Thome Martin ... ,.d iid Clerk;. of said Board, do .hereby' sire notloeproclaim ;

lClh..... Fred Woodall. i - and declare that an election will beheld
. HIM A.K: S \ Baaa SB ,' : : : . .:. : :moved; ; ; aunty Islesworth Nurseries.
.w B.kdesloho nu. IAeltHtoW ''d', .. ...... from In the County o{ Oaoaola. StaU of Florida oMonday ;
0 . . .. .. ... . mdfrets county r
I it W.- .J'
R A '' \ 9th of March A D. 190*. for the
the day : ;
4 Newku' Be."l' Neel 'Lee "' .1'1_. W II", .. _, .movad from county I
NtnoII.Ia. Joe NNtle..l.eeoirFplst. D ; lDeewdy Watere. TJ. ,,... . .. movad. from dlauriotmovad .purpose of deciding whether the sale of Irloil. :' ' ,
H.ttn. E A Newton, C J T : .. ( Ui.l.Varlnr. '. from county eatlnallquora. wine or beer shall be prohibited CHASE & CO., l poPIUfrOR8 .J, W. HOARD, .AGENT:
f Levi Dnwdy
Newloo' C0 r o RD.Wlllla. ...: :: ::: : :moved from county ".
M H5'0SS : y..dy" ...." ','"L,-B-. , Robert H.. .. .. .. ..". .movad from.precinct in aald County of 0eDe Ia. We will have ready for neat &II.Dd Winter planting a general
4' " T.t..KD. .moved from county In taIIu.Ioft r. I have hereunto eat my assortment of Orange and Grapefruit,Trees of all leading varieties.

( 0'Quluu t/uUeW r ti B D I OIfIHb OIJI..b) I L Envaretrat W Fertle H H Y.-'RBj.. j jmoved, frorcounty. hand. and affixed the official seal. of the said Board .' Our tree are budded on Rood( healthy rough Lemon and g.

r. o..t II II,000ra&raet U PRECINCT NO. :aBrenaon. of County Commiaaionera. at Kbalmmee. ,,la the Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind.

? f rohn Co, OlinI'. J Wo'lkr..1 E A. . . .moved. from aunt County aforesaid this. 4th day' of r.bru..jL. D AU budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to" -i
,- liortwln W B Godwin' J .T! fro e2Btmovad 1900) E. U LESLEY: ,
BrSaoSfcoswr. .. from precinct name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
p H Clerk; of the C cult Court in and
.. 'moved fram eonnty ; none and our trees are as floe as mosey and twenty year's experience
Pettis 8 C':: Pr..ontl W PPattln Harvey J A Hull T BUubhard :% : moved from county: for the t'eunty of 0e.eola. State 01 can produce. We are specialty this season of the,

R H C 'P.rtla Pf.aa H B II VPnwt.rK I tUnoookH. ttlarrey U KJohua ,afcLauarhlnu ohnson. Lewi a J JMout
Puke ueo J", Prevail IC J Wtiidden. J IB.. . . ., from county Board of County Commissioners of greatest money-maker In Florida.( Our Valencia buds come di' ':

,parker L H f\ Phillip" EUIJ.ue PRECINCT NO. L aaidCountvMayor's. r<<'Ct'from the beat bearing ttifes 'In the d Utrlct now famous. for producing .:''J
..... < ,
I'hsrigu h. L P1'eaoott 1. H I H Pblilip. lit Geo. 8r . .moved from county the best Valeoclas In California '\ 4-

." M II............ IIK:. .. . .moved from .precinct ,j "
Pt.dtlo L H P.ddeettplPPstu W H. moved from county Proclamation.Under Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Qotha Fla., or call and see. our' J&rtoooon ' Y
k MRlvemluly .a<.. i M MOC".U.d WUPadgett 'Maaa.'r'ABronaon . . ... moved. Drum county '
P R T moved from precinct and by virtue. of the power reefed In series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. ):

R .. ,.' .. . moved (ram county me .. T. M. Murphy Mayor of 4he Town, oKlatlmmea .,""" .
R.everJtRichetdeo JohnBaularaon Clark. 8 M moved. from count .if "
City Florida do'herfbrannouut
ZLO1I R"Ifi.te JEW'S Flitch. W H. moved from precinct / S.cif .
Bobereou I Z R ![.eonard. W H.. . . . .moved from county proclaim and declare that aa. election will beheld 0000000000-000000c aoooooooooopoq ::ji.
He dy Nmoved from county the Town Hall In said Town Saturday .
8Rtefurd SolomanAMnrniau Nettlea at on O. A. CARSON.FrvaldanU. J. A. .
SattlaaTJ W . . . moved from countmovad r ..,
"' II if:: Rlmrdone W D B Sullivan.'''. . . .rom"tF thaTWBNTTBIOHTH VlcePre.ld.nt.KISSIMMEE . S.cretary: ,.,
SI.-OUt. Alo4eo ....10".0". JtrlckUnd, AJ. . dead I DAT OF MARCH ' Bleary. s. M Simmons A f BtarlingCB s 8M1phen. LrmThomp.on Sullivan. J M, JrSlnrletary. moved; from pracinemoved for the pnrpoaoof electing the following oltlrrnt. 'i
_....rUn St.orord H T ... G T. . . from precinct 'or. ")
::' T to serve for the firm of on. J'f'CI't. : "
J . moved feat county '
I R Barer Bob L Slrurletary. K. >
J5ltb W I I" Bkwa$ .r H. Tommy Tumblin J BWlUiama ToUr: N S . ::: :. .movad from countyBnmaon. 0: Mayor, . ;,
y 'aa H Ravage" Kohl K ,.i W PRECINCT NO. 4. One Olerk LUMBER CO.? \

J Baltlra.01. BtorySBj One Marahaland. Tax: and
Khl..ld. E..To tllll..o Aden Andrew. W M J moved. from precinct CoI'l"'lc.r.. ,
Blmpau J W Bteraog: a L! / J fPKKCINCT Avant. B S .. .. .. .moved from oountyBronaon. One Treasurer. ,, \," I t'i...
a"""ryl I: 8heaterl P---- .-- 'NO. 7. A t. .. .. .. . . moved. from countyHach.0A..o. Also to serve for the term of two yearn, two .f ;{O.
.. . pored from countyHaaa.Time ,
SlIm".a w q Corn.lI. ;
Members of the Council
-A : .
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IIohl.n Lie.. 8pl. A H '
; I hereby appoint D. C. Lee H 1.1. pfann and '
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moved from
KTMmp.O1 $ L 0. county
Bimmuu It M Snyder Rodney ryent.
Win J AMt.rmui. R HAldnnwi CII__. W C'. . .oonYlet.d! er felony C::. ,MaliDR. aa inspectors; and \. B.bllbertas Rough and t iI
T Ald.rmau J RAddition B KChandler : 001"....... A C .moved from prerlnctHarvey. . Clerk orhald l..ctton.; Dressed &
W T John . . ....ovd from precinct. hereunto I
I W Tho..... Roma In Vilineaa Whereof I haw aet .
C Hair.. <] o .. .. . . . moved from county my
T'- G W T.lm. r MTtsdal :moved: from county hand an Mayoi1 of a>M Town and -oauwed the
J TT Tlueo W Kf C H L W 8 "wWsJk" '
Clukadlar == . moved from Pine t
Chandler W W CtomwiU A county veal of aald town to be thereunto alDzxrl: till, Lumber. w r:
moved from
T1ion0PCk J B prednet
l'ddRe Ow.t.e,
19ih da of A. D. '3
D PartinTJ----o: ;:: . :moved from precinct February, 190S. T':

Tiller.M Tia.r J W Plea fryinge.... . . . ... dead ,((Seal) T.')(. NURPHY. }
-T1ae" I J: Tln..C 0 Dwrrauoa U B Durrosa Jens.R.nter.oq SlmmonJL Walaey' ... . ... moved from county "
:;H hoom 1o Carney ThetDock Short, Wm ..... ..... . .. from county Mayor of the Town of Klnalmm. t:itrAttMt .
R . .. > i. ea
:Thomaa: Randall .+ moved from aauntyThomaa. : .., yr
'v .: : .. .... alaadThwmaa.
Martta -
Jr .
N H tl . . .. . .. moved from aunty : J R. U1LBKRT JR. HOUSE BILLS A .SPECIAL TY.
T VantuaorWL V.u. Aanflw ItO .
T Q W .nerd from county .
Thomaa. '
4 s .V.... Agn.w P A V.n Dasor 1boa"f. . .. . i, .
T- RII: . . . .. __ from eanntyr .
. ix .... .. Vleoll Bury Thompson A L Thomas' M ,. Y.- W L. .. .. ...... .. .. . ........ from county -.- -- - .. -' -..-

ru W 0Underbill PRECINCT NO. f.Brown Notice. (

r Willi..... Mark Whidden L II Undarhill W'P MatliewWalker JM . ............ .aaavad from p.lnetJlagJ J
Walton Sandy WlI.ouDWfluoe T Underbill Bd4l K. .. .. .., j..*.%. .. ajiavad.. from.pieaioatmoved AH ,creditor. ''''-. dlatributeaa. and all SiJ
J II I. WIII""n.l N Rr1 W' r I Owaa.lUuwook. .. , .. from precinct penona haying elaima or demand. against the "a. """'a s.' ' "y ''''''' '\' y." u"
< too.....lI a B Wetheraee, W L 41........ '..... movad from county a
I Ira "Walker H J r. BUm II....don.J W--------moved. from aauntymoved aatmt*of Time U.-. fate of the county 01 OaeaoU CtWtlL. IMAC3I-I. ..N..T M* I4.i,

..1.. Fodr **ICaS. W.Jk.JtM W.U.r O WWalker Haneoek.DB....,,. . .. from county and Btato of Florida. daeaaaad. will nreaeat thersw .
WIeR WIDn 4 W W VEnnla 'wid1gh4ACJr.: LanWr. OH.. ............ .moved from county to the and reigned. administrator wlthltwoyaara a ,
t '\I\1Iaa Ward C Wy ...._. laaae,, I".t from county t
woad.llJJ WrienJaiper PRECINCT .0. RE ...... I W.I.1. ., ..,..moved (reel eoampbeU. . from tale. data, and all pevaoiM Indebted MACH BROS F
r. .' Later. H......(. . -- true.precinct. to the aid eetata will make Immediate aettlemen t .
T LgMr. DaUu J." moved from county with> the ................ . \ F;
-. Tewell- (! K TaI..r 11 Jno B Brew Bobn.6, Mol.ughllmJ J. . "; .. reed from county S
' Yaatess WAR T.... Burry H toIMtIea Raulweon.ytsereared W".U from prednet.moved < Admlnlatrator the. eatataof Tuna..... Livery Fe d and Sale 'Stable.S r

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Hal rredarlok W Hill JaoooBotMreo >> 1RaII__ Ie from countymovad Feb. .. 111.111. > TM.u :,
PRECINCT NO.1, g1.o--. yD.... from prednetrsaranarTDJ. .
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B L Hdsea W M. ran precinct *""' lx ,!
8.n. R 0 . .. .. .--.1 tram county WOOD-:.-DRAY.NQ )
soulP B a a x.- It i"R' -' : PU . ... .f ...... .rwdfmaauty Notice of( Dissolution. i, .. .. 1. ,

r :..roD......M.l R Broreneon naon 0 A N O. . Smlta. C O _..,,,;.,."f'.U....f. ..>,.moved' from prenlect< I . .! between 5. Everything is:No' 'aridIFlrst.Cla88.' ; We" will r ,,1
5'C: tftTfatdaa I 8.... e.,., ; ...redfn. e precinct ThepartnenhlB eat.LLog '
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0-.",. f 0 '"'" : . Bmerl. >. B.."'. "." . -.?. moved tremcounty: Smith Smith la tile Hvary tabie boils...hsa Render >upt and Satisfactory Service -

; ., '1' . ..... a L..I.-.d from eount! tale day bean dissolved by amtauU _.. W. M Night.I Kinds \
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D .' BMY... ;1 amea...., .,,. NV r.m.ydfransu.y or '. "; ,
_r=, ,Dkkerao It 8 S K I1BTATB "> . rkWpl4 W L.i..."al.-e.a....\'...__.... Meaty Smith wlthdmwiaaThe budnaaa will be enUnued 4
I ; ; '. TJWoio.1 ...*.*..'V'a,*VJMA -' from county .... U .--. etc will ....... .aU ao. I Heavy Hauling.AT.BCAMAN'S i',0',
rtIvu ._ h corJNTT' OF FK oacloua>Rn>A I. WItaaiat'. W M.i,r............,....d hem esu4PLICINCT eoerea.M..ti.. R.Wrsou_st ...sP...., II .1
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