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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 28, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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r. McNamee SENATOR BRYANIS u.- ',
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Hon. Robert i -----

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I.' Ex-Speaker House of Representatives and a Brilliant Orator,; Suffering With----Typhoid feverin L


;;. Will.. address, the Voters of OHCodla County oil the Prohibition Question!. gild all Providence Washington Hospital D. C.oniderable at I '. ,' "


,J" Citizens are; invited to hear 'his views on this Important,' Topic.I Ladles are especially ] tnxlet.v ''''11I be , 'I's: :

aroused all over Florida over the a
7 invited. Come and hear thin able man. condition of United, States Senator, 4 .
VV. J. Bryan, whole seriously III at , .
Providence Hospital l. In Washington,
.1 I"I I with typhoid fever. .
"I Senator Bryan faced his duties; although '
unaoolimated, with Wash'Injrton

r' M? McNamee Post Office in'K .sliffbt! ,' expertenclna attack of ,grip fearful' In' Jacksonvllle weather..) .

. Will Speak"Opposite KissimmeeThursday' before he went Washington. ,
caused a weakened physical contiitlon
but be stuck his and
'I to pORt
Ij' -. J.I has been very active working for the H BIG RUN '
best Interests of .-Piorlda, until his
', March. 5th, "7.3O P. M;\ LP1- ta' latest affliction, which has preventedhim .-
from considering anything! of a ,
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public nature or relative to his cam- .
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" Friday, March 6th 7.30 P:' M. paign.A telegram. received this morning :- ',

-' state that Senator Bryan spent a .
"i comfortable night and there are
March 7th 2 P. M. and Night strong hopes of bill recovery. Seaator "for '
Saturday, i Bryan 4s one of the moat gifted young : : H
men In this nation and Is an honor to ,
Florida. Floridians are especially
proud of him, and hope for him an "
early restoration t.o health.-Jacksonville '
And Challenges All Comers to Joint Debate. Metropolis. '"" ,'r T;: '. " lI J
y The above announcement: will cause : '
4k 1a 1f f great deal of rennet and anxiety ; : : "
I'among the citizens of this county .
where Mr. Bryan has a host of I
a Cadet
friends. and relatives who feel a deep
f I personal interest in'him as well as ..7 .. .
Protective AssociationOf
Mercantile in his political career ,

Bowen Leases Lithia Hotel.
the State of Florida.
Sweet Water Park-hotel. located at
I''t iJthia Springs, and owned by the v
Bowden-Lilttrta Springs Water Com-
pa.nof; Atlanta,was yesterday leased '
for five years. to John S. Bowen who I :
Prominent will remodel the hotel, iinorove the StockingsStop .
Many Clergymen I grounds and open It for the 8ea.lloaI I .
,
I between the first of May and t.heOr.t,
of June-
There I Is perhaps no water in the .-
country,and certainly not In the south NN\NN\NN\\\\\\N\NN\N\NN1N\NMN\NNN
Are Opposed to Prohibition so famous as that which flows from the
1. spring near this hotel, and which has
made this Sweet Water Park hotel a
watering place par excellence and a .
r summer resort famous throughout the
United States.
The lessee, Mr. floweD, Is one of the
most prominent resort hotel I men in the
Stop Your
/c.. business. At present be Is running the Darning
The General Sentiment Prevails That Prohibition. Fails to Graystone hotel at"Kl'slmmee Fla., .. .
and the Sewanee hotel at Sewanee
Springs Fla. Mr. Bowen states that
Prohibit and Many Advocate High License.x ;be Intends to In make and a around great nrany the hotel improvements Old '

'to make I It even more popular than It
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',, An eigbteen-hole Rolf links I. to be Bay CADETS and
outlined and prepared in the next few .
f.' ." weeks, and the green will be in prime "
Washington, D. C., Feb. 2O, '(Special Dispatch). Congress and ardent prohibition workers seeking condition' by the time the, season' be-

Federal prohibition legislation are immensely surprised at the very large number of prominent'clerg amen gins. Keep Cool. I .
increased ..
,X t who are now opposing prohibition. Thetievelopments show that leading churchmen: of two' of the great. in The number tennis courts rolled will and be packed. A ";'0" ,, , : ', ','(; ,
f 'churches of the country-Catholic and Episcopalian arrayed against sumptuary laws not only by Congress stable of horses will be attached to 11',1.;\' '," l'' ,'
but by the State The Hebrew Church and its members is even more solid than the other two,and to these the hotel, and every form of amusement ". 't.r' .

three may be added the Lutheran. and several other churches. Heretofore clergymen opposed to prohibition -: provided.The famous .Bowdeo-Llthia water is :'..'" ,." ,, , :j .......

have had little to say, but,for some reason'or other they are becoming more outspoken. Private advices furnished: free to the guests and is kept .
'are to the effect that many of the church leaders of the denominations named have come to the concision fresh from the spring at all bourn .t .

; that in proportion as religious bodies press for rohibitory laws they lose the good will of liberal-! the day and night. His probable that ..-- ,....---..- ... .. ,
minded men and thousands of others who feel that the church should accomplish what they desire in the the summer season will be continued .n. "" HLL II I ,
and the hotel the '
'way of temperance by moral efforts and suasion. kept open year.
around.-Atlanta Constitution. Our Best Advertisement -', t

Cardinal Gibbon Views.! Coin; Dry Helped Business.
-,- .Is a host of -
When the. and .
Cardinal Gibbons, the head of the Catholic Church in this country has recently given two authorized was on in Dade.wet county dry last campaign fall the
interviews putting himself on record as against the present movement, especially in the larger cities. He report was circulated over there that satisfied custoniers.'a
favors high license and local option in rural communities and small towns. The pope at Rome has recently going dry greatly injured business inKlssimmee
7 authorized a similar statement to his opposition to sweeping sumptuary laws. Archbishop Messmer, ol business To refute sent this the false following report Get you a pair and, 4.'

Milwaukee is not only out against attempts to reform men by law but he thinks the army has been im our statement to the men Miami Metropolis.for
mensely harmed by the anti-canteen laws. Of the same church there is Rev. Daniel'J. O'Sullivan rector publication: drop In line.

Hof; St.. Mary's Church at St. Albans VermAt. who announces himself in complete accord with Cardinal Klssimmee, Fla., Oct. 12, HOT. .

.Qibb ns. MR. S. Bono DEAN, ....
Bishop Donohue. of West Virginia recently wired friends in the West Virginia Legislature protesting Miami, Fla SEE OUR . '
against threatened prohibition legislation in that State. He asks for high license with heavy penalties for Dear Sir:-Concerning: the effect of :.
prohibition on business In Klssimmee,
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violation. we beg to say the volume of business SHOW WINDOW
F, C Many Episcopal Dignitaries., done by us in our respective lines
cl since the county became "dry" showsan
Stronger than the Catholic are the Episcopalians headed 'Bishop Potter, of New York; Bishop increase of from 10 per ceo,. to 50 ,

'. .' Satterlee of Washington: Bishop Webb of Wisconsin: Bishop C. C. Graf ton, of the same church; Bishop per the cent.. year over before a corresponding the county,periodof went MN\N\N\\NN\\N\N 1NMMMNNNNNNNNNNNNOur' ''- .:. k
Hall, of Vermont, and numerous others tackeAby their clergymen.; Bishop Potter declares that 'enforcedtotal "dry'1.
abstinence has been in America the paflnt of immeasurable dishonesty and hypocrisy. From this it We make ibis statement because we

-' ''would'seem the best temperance movement was that which. in a free land inculcated principle of county understand that being it Is being"dry"claimed has deltro'edbUllnpa Dade Hosiery Department i is if
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self-restraint. Bishop Satterlee denounces prohibition, as it exists in most States especially in Maine. as In Klssimmee.Respectfully. cfl
a hUfe fraud. Bishop Webb says his church is not radical in its views and Bishop Hall says: "Prohibition "
drves; the mischief sought; to be corrected underground. Prohibition here as npt practical. Of clergymen II. C Stanford Co., Dry (foods. and .

J of the same church there are dozens openly against prohibition notably among them being Rev. William A. shoes.Stanford. Carson, Graves Hardware Now Complete.: -
asson rector of Grace Episcopal Church at Riverhead. L. I., who successfully led a movement that rebted Co.. Hardware and furniture.F. :
the license form of whiskey control in his town, after it had been dry two years: Rev. Jos. P. Mc- H. Lawson Dry good and no. a
a:. '.s'Coma5O'ector of St. Ann's.Episcopal) Church Annapolis Md., -who goes so far as to disapprove of localoption.KYj tions. - . .
Walter C.. Haupt. of Philadelphia. Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Groceries / '
fir ; : grain, etc.
f The,Jewish rabbis"are so unanimous on the subject it is hardly necessary to pick out names. Dr. Emil 'Hober oo'll Pharmacy, Drugs. -
; O.HifSch, of Sinai Temple. Chicago is very clear in his views. He does not think the appetites of the B. C. Miller, Barber .shop.
peopljo can be regulated by law any more than they can be forced'to accept any particular sort of religion. and Chas.notions.W. Dann, Dry goods shoes ,. SPBIKB LIKE (EC0FR .

p The Jew is pointed to as a model of sobriety the world over and the claim is made that he learns temperance N. B. Carson, Cashier State Bank I ,
while growing up as a child. of Klssimmee. j Vii

In the cities of.Louisvil1e'Lexin on and Newport. Ky., there said to J. W. Simpson Dentist. ,,
are bf twenty ministers opposed Meier Katz.. Dry good, I
to prohibitton. among them Rev. James P. Barry Dean Capers and Rev. Edward S. .Muller at Lexington; Klssimmee Drug Co., Drugs and
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Rev;>Thos. F. John., Rev. C. J. Zimmerman. Rev. Dennis Murphy. Rey. L. E. Johnson. Rev. Chas.E. Graik, I medicines.W. .
\ Rev.: William Du Hamel. at Louisville; Rev. Thomas Cooney Rev. Jas. A. Broerman, Rev. Fred Knapp B. MaklDson, MerchantJ. I
Rev.; Nathias Leick. at Newport. M. Gardner. Prop. Park otes COME AND SEE
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A Baby .- \ l' K'

Should be sunshine ID the house, and ,
BUSINESS: MEN'S ASSOCIATION will lie if you give it White's Cream ; '..
Vermifuge the best worm medicine
offered to suffering' humanity. This
!remedy Is becoming permanent fixture ,
C. T. DOTY T. M. I of all households. A mother C W. DANNV
: DOZIER
Chairman Secretary ; with children can't !get along without ,
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge ; .. .
;,ID theboose.. Sold by ,Itoberson's. I ), ,
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The young sailor looked across the

'' stnbotu water to where .the land rose : '

i; se ee'ellie it iti !gently, green and .tree-clad, toward Florida News NotesProbing (

the blue heights of Dartmoor. There South Carolina Senator Has '1.

was no shadow of fear In his clear '

A !Tale..i !1y... ...... eyes no' sign of flinching ''krom the Yielded to Grim: Reaper

: dreary years he knew he was facing; ", "" "' '''' '' 'V'r'. ... .. .. ... .. ... ..

of, the...... ... YOUNG.Henry. ..... IE::" 'And thus they stood side by side the M ,
- Dad County sFali Next. .
1e-: old man whose voyage < across the Peonage AIII .llon. ,

t Anglo-Indian : S . troubled sea was nearly over-he had 1 A \Vuahlngtou\ special.I as follows:"I 'Active rntaeui-cs arm behig taken to IN WASHINGTON HOSPITAL

MiSTLE t: : F niade bad weather of It, beating( up The committee on rules of the house get everyt.ilnK; In -adliiOKS: for the -

3! Secret Service nrte i ? lagainst a bead; wine all the way-and met yesterday and there appeared! be aiiiniar Dade county fair;, which will ,1 I In <'
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the young 80.110r-tall. stalwart and bu opened. at Mliinil thIs year on the] Succumbed- to an Operation' Performed:
e"l-" i fore It C. W. ,Ilu8 ell, special prosecutor
almost'painfully Belt-contained-who, lOt 1 of M.I1'clIlI'Ild closing, on the oveniS a
; for Five
Served q
of the department of justice amid Appendicitis"
like his companion/) had met the will'
fair
the
1- of the 13th. TIlls '
: ) year
stress' at the vary beginning of his Mrs, QiiacUenbon, who are' believed' to . Terms In House and Had Been
be bald undjr the Riipt-rvlisiou ot the ,
journey. be largely) for the agitation f1
responsible Since' 1903.
: Senate
1 with 13. In the
....,. : : : tt: """"'' .l... t"'I'I They talked a little In their usual regardIng alleged leOllageln; tha south Dade County Fair association',
eJ' J'oI ; l $''Wtn'1; )'f'j'f' 'f'J j 1\)) /{""i' 'Hs'J1r1't'. 'fiinglish "' !Rcrap'py, unsatisfactory'' manner and aiid, rather persecution ; V. /Jllackman secretary and general ,
)prosecution, or ( C. Latlmor of South !!
CHAPTER XXXIV. 20Continued. I : maiden, Hitting with daintily then Laura lice Lowe beckoned to his of many Innocent ,persona."The +| miih.tger. 'Tile outloeK: for a successful Senator Asbury 1 I ,'

I 1 bowed head mid busy flngcrs-"on boatman to haul up to the ladder.: only known result connected exhibition: of the products of ,Dado Carolina died at Providence hospital i :. .+

,duty" as It were quietly fulfillingher Ho turned, and looked round the I \both In vegetables, fruits and'nirumfactured 15 Thursday; of "
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Hut 'JT tae record of the work aye woman's mission. Llkn\ his vessel once more; then be raised his with1{ the agitation, asida from a'few .' county) bettor \Vashlugtoii. at : a. m.

i lost, the fruits' were well!! preserved, I he noticed then that Lena solemn] eyes to iris companion's face convict lens in the: H way no court, has gouda was never peritonitis. He had )been at tho 'hospi \
brother history .Of
and these the colonel i 'than-now.! No lime In the
among Bll..ntbany was nn longer the thoujthtless:' merry Tiioy were unusul1l1y"lde open and been to create tho Impression among tat. since Sunday: when underwent man
a busy day The news of \V IIInrd'a I the\ has there lK en so much "
be- Charlie noted the pale bluo.iesH of l country ';
I netwo
I'I'jlom, I ha years prospective ImnilKrni.tn. ,that slavery operation.for appendicitis. It was !
return soon spread among( tJO i fore. Tho same brave choerlnesswai \ the Iris us he returned their gaze. exists In the south and that an Immigrant !ec.neral.Jilterest f fliown lu the fair ,as : ,
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Initiated and the house In Seymour there, but it wan lens liable toI "I suppose! ; said the old man, going ; tills .vtar. Never In the history of the then discovered that he was suffering sti
then .it-onco
goes among
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street was besieged by visitors. The I I the liilluoncu! of circumstances; the itlowjy-"I suppose"-and with a' country have the crops been better with a far, more serious aliment. -
results of the journey were !Jol'ever.kept a |H ope! who lia\e no reapcct for theprinciples Tbe.
tfaiiio healthy power of enjoyment wave of his lean hand he designatedthe I'I'l than nbw although th'cfe' has been little '1'
j twitted and Ills
strictly secret only the colonel I II of liberty. bowels>> had! uecome ,
i but It wan tempered! by 'greater; yo...ucl.-"tllat yof" have sot the no rain'in tills southern section rl 1 'f
'and a few experts being allowed to J thoughtfulness' Boiiiethlni .in the object at your ambition now." Tli? western and northwestern" Immigration or : citrus ('oudltlolln9 found to be such.that
assist the* Invalid In the work of puttting' : for more than a year. The '
'flip something He finished his sentence with the agents have seized and '
j curve of her closed ; upon surgeons held out little hopo for Ills ,
them In order. Soon however, I I nt'1I1PI'lor ail the tr.-esa.re jet-;
I perhaps In a newly acquired droop ofthe' shadow of a smile which could only promulgated lu many languages'what;; / fi-iiila J1
lie
the news leaked out, and questionswere tI11lIIel'O the vegetable: crop is ua recovery rallied, howeyaf, and ,
| oyclldH: reminded him of the! Uti seeti In his eyes, for It did not I ever !has: emanated from the department I / ago I
asked In Parliament} with I be I bravest 'woman ho had ever known ; move Uio white mustache oV narrow detrimental gne.d'as. can be grown and the manufacturing his progress was satisfactory until 7 f'

result of acquainting Russia withthe'fact \i>! widowed and the mother'of !beard. of #Justice that 1 Is to dcpn/tnioiit/ and tha ..woman's o'clockVedncsday\ evening, whn he ti:'
of one-who, )
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hcutolht' I the fontli.: This outh )
that silo had been her : han cost the < <
II wandering nous had 1 yet made h<;r Charlie did not reply at 011('( He 'de4tlUueut; will bP flll.'d to' overflowing steadily began to grow worse. J!"V

own favorltis pastime of Hastern di life a, bright one, and by seeking to turned to lake gomo: letter from the thousand of Immigrants. It will caiiise with exhibits 'ThoHO In the state: Mr.. Ijitliner was 57' J oars; "'of. ago.lo ::; t

plomaty. Article after article appeared make others happy) had acquired the hand of u quarter-master, and walked ; the south thousands more, for once visited JMIanil duringthe ( was one of the most earnest and

fii the Moscow papers calling habit of hnpplneas' herself What t till time( 'man bad left the quarterdeckbefore : the Impression Is fastened upii'.i the uneducated Wise h11Pv.'r! "JjBC'lcntlems ('ommlttl'e'm'/.;(>r. In '
for further Investigation Into Ihe fair II rt't\IIPctrllll.lnvlt,1 i
we; are
jien' could hope to follow the thoughts answering his companion'svague ; emigration;; class' It can never bclus meniiber, of tho committee ,t
congress, ; n
avowed Russian
of tho
carelessness be hand during the" fair and eum-
through man's brain Wln- question. bo to 011
passing: eradicated. The' department of Jiiz-
who couldgive agriculture: linnilgrathni! ,
agents in Afghanistan, vixi-d Mint ley lay watching' Lena for "I think," he Raid: at last, "that a lice limy not be reuTminilble directly piiro' the ixlilljlt.- they have seen at on W'11lInllfll"'III'P'
of the of this biiiUllnua and. ,
no details J passage about fire minutes, but five pages of man has two objects in his life. At : other fairs. !! tiuliilc !
dangerous traveler through I their I for poIsonlM. the( minds of the Iniiul- grotindu umli'ii8ii.i.. as Wt.ns! othersof j
mine could not tell a tithe of what least it Is-It was-so with me,
midst. These writings, hot from the grants( but It Is Droll octng tlu> material:
van panning In his mind. ha lira nee Lowo. walled silently for Some New less Iniptn'tance. !He was especially: \

brain of one who, even aa these lines Presently ho rose gravely; from 1 the bl/h I to continue I that Is potent li: UK 11"0111111'lfl'cls.. Corporations. Interested l In Rood l mails, and probably '

r are penned, is being mourned by the sofa, mid stood for a niomcut by the Charlie l looked round hisc3301':1I.- i The tiKiiiberii of I the Florida. dcle>KaHon. S. Af. lUnltcz Cigar company. Tainii I did more to prumote the national move- c\f;. 4v
well with stock $ltu'QO) ,'(
served I > Capital ,
nation hi
BO pen | '
inuntle-iilcci1., supporting himself with .most critically. In fact all of live southern jneu-: tent' for) Korcrninent'building of' good,
and press were issued with the view both 'linnds. ills back wan tUI'lJedtoHu'd "This Is one," he said. bars of conproBs ar" aroused ovir the I IxaUiiiia/.o'j Land, and Colony com- ,
member of
roads than .at her con-
of tho results of I > any
of learning more Sanford. stuck J25ino.:; ( \ I
but Lena, nud on the lean brown "Yes, murmured Lowe, standing situation, ate Indlmiant, over it, and p.iuy. Capital eretis. lie van the author'of the l.ati- ('
:iVTInyard Mlstley'n observations; faro reflected III tho mirror-- at In front, of him, and looking up Into I'"li>.ilila Report/ company, Ocala. 'u-;>- '
their leniand.i full and
for
that now are a roads bill. As member of t
t. In this object they failed. All IIKT' good a
"which however, he never glanced-- his motionless! face with lifeless e'es.IH1tII0 (till stuck $uOtKMl.(' :
? the world learned was that the 30u r. '. (complete! InveKtlgatluii by congreBu/ by limo iiKiinif.K tures committee he gave j
restless '\ other, continued the
there was a flinnjje! expression. :Mc.i'itlcello\ IJriiK company) ;Montlcvllo. '
} ney had been accomplished, whether sailor lowly meeting his Raze-r"und any fair unbiased coiuniiKi-lnii. much attention tt> the pr-'para'Uon' of
: Block $1,000.1100'( ( : 'I
alone or with companions whether Contrary tp her custom, Lena the other-I think .you know what I All that the south eorn]; in this ease Capital .tho \pure food law, mid also played a. I'

t hasty and superficial, or slow and ,j failed t to look "1". She did not .\ ell the other was." 1 Is to have the Unlit,! turned on to r': \ caul St. Lnclp! County bank) Jensen." Capital I jiromiiiiMiut r part i fn draftliiK l the jM-n
searching, ,never transpired. | ask him If there was anythingnllght he "Yes" said! Lowe, softly, as he the mrtlind* of Mr. Iliiuse'll and hid RsI'll slick) $1 ...lItHl.( ]!: Ing ixijiyilKlit. bill. Ihirlni/ last summer
Day by day Wlnyard regained his ,, I The .Mcl::)nni\ II Ili-rlacK. :,
company.
i require. Then ho. slowly .hold 1 out his hand< to Kay farewell. H.btanl". I h.sH"1! l-jiioin'; as a incr.ler: ; of the J I
Strength, and the lines upon his face i turned and made his laborious way 'Y"", I l>ow. With\ me, It was her thin. oiinrrtlon I'.K-ro! am likely l.irl.sonvillr. (Capital. stock $2,1,0' (I\I. -lines speaking of hardship, hunger.thirst I 'Immigration c-oniii.lKMlon.' and was pr !- (J
bhnsvlf IJothol'.
1 across the room, usKistlng! Voliikia Land: 'Crmpany. J.irKt-on
to be some intPrcrti.iK 1 '\l'h'I>I1I-'III', i ,
'and anxiety-began to disap- lie Nug; an elaborate report concerningJiiinitgi.ttlou
with one plate of furniture after another. TIM: UNIX) vlile. ('(i phtal ,steel $1 t i0uat11'Illtuus .
t ( pear. They never quite left him, offerlilm In congress l hrLre! the. srason closes( ( eondltltii!! s in tin. ei>nntrleiHhltiie $ :
Somehow she forgot to :,
however, but remained there signs her help; somehow ho hail, no :Noi'rsonry. Hours of !M'Tp.' on the sub Jocl of nllc,:i-il l l p onax"'. -Mi l.iir.r n cnmpany. Spring : ; -,' to him Mr I.'iliux!; !r bad. been
I Ili'l./h. ( .lIlln.I I
C.ipit.il! stock $ .(
.ot age upon a young face--silent little jilpanantry! ready to mi I'I k,s her The belief 1 hut the hours of sleep a M'natur since 1 !9' ::1.! and had nerved<

i' testimonials of forgotten Bufferings.His smile, "and yet neither! seemed t tojiotlco should bo artificially] restricted is Harry C. Hum1 ,e, who for: the! |Paul) 1 I ---.' ire: thrills in III. house. e" (

appearance had aC first been difference. She continuedher prc'vulc'iil. Yet it is to 01'- | Honorable' \1. llollowny, ,stale suI -
tliti : contrary light years has S'I'l"Jlnml)18: postmaster There was no sift iU: service In Wash .tj

rather a shock to all who remembered work; -the iii llic1ie"8 were unpicked illiiary!, good BC-NHI-. If -tho human now has the tutU-factloi: of I iiprliilrndrni. of public\ cmim ruction. ington. lire funeral I parry. left the ,}

} him as he was in former da> s. later on, being of very peculiar ....n- 'body; docs not need sleep for the up- rvlceii have been' while Irl Jacksonville'" on hU: way \to ) forHelton
dull knowing! that his K< capital at S (o'clock 'I'kilfsd.ry! night
He but tho brownness
not -
t was pale = stood close hulhllng! of Its tissues It, will ot call '
structlon and M [alley Wai.:ilii3ti'ti. was tackled \by a Tlnies-
.. not only appreciated by the cltl/'ii<. S. C. _
of Ills face seemed only to accentuate r 41 __
at hand looking down upon her bent /for it. A rule < health vliich can- \
rnion :
1; the drawn and weary ex- heat not \bo wrong Is to sleep, If possible but by the gO't'rulUC'nt.'K: bywile. r.-port!; er-nrernln'i t'.iureat As u Mark I of respect' to the lute ;

presslouof; his features; through all, There was art: humble chair at }her as lone nu& any inclination for it cached i him a few il.iys ago Unit hisappolutiuent nrllvlty .llvpl.ly''c\() by .him lu the eollectloij neiiatol l. tin-re was 11:1: unusual\' attond- .IoS n

r'' toowever, and even when he could aide; and into this ho lowered hlui- e.lM8.TIiB. for another term of four of the Vast mini of money due | aneo In the senate when the vice president /vi> t(

not stand unsupported, the brave" self cautiously, after the manner of : erroneous; view on this sub years had bt ?n confirmed by the sen (the state school fund by the Irllllpf'1Iot Rounded Ih.av..1\: and llttv. Edward I

y strong look never left his eyes. j an old man. ject Is undoubtedly due to the fact ate. Mr. hedge has made' thu city the Internal Improvement board. he Everett; I Mali;, chaplain! openedthe 1

,It may have been by sheer force j! "Lena," he said turning towardsher that i when the mind and body are of MI.1ml:1: gool and painstaking; official t-nld; that h.-w'otu'd< leave no stony mi- proceedings with prayer, In willed! I :

ot .will ;but his boyish cheerfulness with a hungering look in his 1 thoroughly rested! it Is 'often difficultto and since he was first appointedto tin n<:(1 looking/ to the recovery of this he rc>fC'rrell'lIh much feeling to ttoobertAveinunt 1,
;woe as reliable as of old. lie laughed think that a arouso the mind from its comfort-
yeB-"J..clla Ho you mono1 and the placing of It into the
the position he has seen many that had came to the .fi;
\
own weaknessand,, incapacity
.at-bis
-mind If robe! lethargy. On tho other hand
nan can bo sure of his own '
whicii
l bettor. and channels from : It had been orloneoii'sly country In tindtilth of a member who '
to walk alone: yet his laughter failedto the same -thought has. never left It tho man who Is under a mental changes In the city for the I ,, ,

detract; from the pathos of the picture for nearly two years?" strain:: and sleeps only five or six the receipts of the J postofflco> have diverted. II U being; heartily I omit) u fe.w .il.iyn ago 1>> had been on the ,v."

x', _afforded' by the coloncl'i1AI Ung Slia bowed her head lower over hours at night Is keen and alert soon grown like Jonah's gourd. In the year commended! en all ides on aecount door of the n'iiat' '. 1Jlun :

Dim to move about lie'laughed at her "work, still! striving to make the after awakening. But 'it Is an unhealthy 1900( the total receipts of the oflic of the effort he Id tanking in the Inter1st {'-/ the cf'ii'liiMiiiii'' of the reading of : ..

his own :'childish' helplessness-In- hi the and activity ills atahfghltcusfon of the Florida 1 school! eldldren.T the journal. Senator '1'lIImallFIIH to
needle perform (Its 'right proper nerves are i 'were $6,099.05.():; Tha; total receipts of. \ \)

matter of] cutting up his! .;food' and Junction, but answered 111m., no word'" ; y lie I. on edge, sot.,""tbe office fourths ar'' 1907'. \\1er" $2vr:; 'd'jt': ':' i'fetiM.fr, -a ' ,,, J1im9111\1; !i Jb'J.t' qh.I a' of.apioliitriieut''W"a'c >c/ilsegue t.:,.! ; t,.

Lena/ f 1 "':; Ho, < leaned, forward t and Jtobh"' ,heork'from Joppeakj, h'slralniyong'; ; ;' comidus i 950"'our) ''o .; Pensacolajwhlc ba '.1 0 I, ) l u lid Wolf.. d,I olilt UII.arrz die lnfy the ?;
: ', bands"'t 11110wllllJ), it 1 I\o lInllMa rosul tai\ InevltaIY) Ins tp er v "' i1rfi ia chi W colic rlfc'c'j! r !' "
," :: ( hot : Ie tut \nat 'e'r'' I I \I: 1 y.I.i. it
Altogether ha whsthe mostOtnlat1asactorrcoyvalescent \, '' ; :, !
JownlifHClevelandjLeaderjlgKtf.T.'Tft f
YfThen'he" {break +
fall "; '! grndj / qitook' .: .} .fllraSfyepnrtnTe nt ) IIc..1 to It n 11(10111 I t I lit n ntfiorJv.4Jf! '" .. ,
"
sash ,
Imaginable; except '' : ..: ?,1>\ (;'()rge Scudamor !eras r: ,
possession of those bUBY'nngers: "., "oj"" ,, "" Tf
csounclhtoem.Pa.: &W HfCrdliianchibltliiH ) mI" ehnnldf'ol i:
that ho made visible and rapidstrides cf the PeusacolaJ'lJaiik171niid TruVf dty t ; 1 ] Uie | ?< leu
"Answer me, he' whispered "answer Half Truths. ,; ler ; :
tqward health, There was who Is charged with embez- fruit stor ';. where(' groceriesare ( senators to tirranjje for und .aUenj'thefuneral.
met"'Yes A small brain that works Is ot company ,
no 'demand for lowered tones and 1 I think so," she replied al't more use than a massive intellect f.ling: $40,00!' of the: bank's funds and kept as a part of the Ktock, from Tin "Mnat.tliiMi' at -12:20:! t."JI : '

nolscles movement lu his presence. length that balks who was jccntly adjudged Insanu bya I'l'plug' open on th.- 'Hubbiith. This. 'l.s I o'clock, 11II lifrtiier marl. nl r.-j; ct, v f"

Inquiries after hlB'welfare were I Through It all." he said eagerly: Hest assure that most' of your lunacy c-ommlBslon has be.'a released: dii.to r.umeroiis coma piaints from grocery adjourned. until Krldity. In the liouaeMr
treated and unless the medicine
Jocosely administered with "through, danger and hope, through stray ideas have com. over a neigh from custody of the'shC'riff. his friend; i stores that Orei-Kn. who Keep) Klnlej I al! heath (Carolina feelingly

and regularity was he was only to severity ready work, through aleep, through hunger bor's' fence.A giving bond in the sum of $10.000( forhis i.u'Ir )places op.-ii, ostibll!\ for the .referred Ii.. tin-, .tith| of Senator, Ltttinnr. T ," ,

sickness and success: there has naked truth offends the most of juirpuse of Billing fniitu, do tno-thlrds. i lie ulf"ieil r resolutlun.' ; til regret, h. '{
term
to forget all about it.CHAPTER at the next
4 been one thought in my brain. That sacred prejudices of society. appearance '
'' of their business on the Sabballi, In whu-h were unanimously adopted. Thu) fI' .
um't in 1'eirancola to bo tried upon
Lena-Lena-Lena <
thought was The domestic service problem Is ;
XXXV. 1 tailing groceries.Captain :speaker,, announced a commltteo: of 19 ,J '
Still bending over her Imprisonedhands' the pig In the clover problem-first the charge of embezzlement and for .

i The Two Lone Ones. : she swayed unconsciously to- to got the domestics into the circle, gery, provided he Is then\ sane. 'Tho representatives! to attend the funeral ; 1 1 1 ,\'

:A few days after Wlnjard loButJey's ward him. Then somehow, he found then to' keC/1l them there. ', new commission appointed by the H. M. Hu.slinell, cashier of mud!, 'ns a further mark of 'sped, the ,

return to London his brother his arms were round her, though he The family is a despotism! governed : court to examine Roudaniore: : will makUp <> t'ie Citizens', !Nntlonul; bank, of \I'enea- hotib at 1:12: :: p. in. ailjouri.ed. ;r '4!

Charlie:: went to Devonport. From had no recollection of placing them by the meanest member. It Is I'xnlllinutionvlthih a short time. "ola. has nssiiiiied charK, us receiver, The Immigration; communion of .;.. :a t

there ho, wrote that he had been of- there. not the strongest, but the worst-tem oj tin dry goods business of L. Kried- which Mr. JutJnll'rII a member, "

fered the White Swallow, a gunboat Three weeks later ono afternoon pered. who rules.-Louise Herrick intii: k Co. and until a trustee\ Is appbluttd adopted resolutions of regret' for his f'r

destined for service In the Pacific as the sun began to throw' a goldenray Wall"In' Lighter Vein". in the Cen Sweet Wattr Park hotel\ Icc: ti'd at proceedings in the bankruptcy death, bUjlriK: '"
by
Ocean. '"Of course I bave accepted" from west to cast up the English tury. 1,1thla Springs Ga., about nh-iorn!; business will be conducted "His associates: upon the immigration ( ;

lie wrote; and gave no particulars as Channel a gunboat moved out into, miles from Atlanta, and owned by thp courts the commission I desire! to not nly, .....
Tlio express
to when the Whit,) Swallow was likely Plymouth Sound, and casther anchor For Nervousness Bowden Lit.ila: i 81011n/l,1I \Vat. ('oii( under his> supervision. .' p
their .
to aaU, and of what' ( uratlon herabsence there. The White Swallow was If you arc nervous remember this has U>.isrd 1 fur Ii\\' failure of the big; firm came as a surprise borrow alt !Senator: Intlnier's un'I'
of Atlanta
from England would prob- ready for sea-"ready for anything," simple rule. Nothing U so effective pany. Inasmuch as Its business was timely death but also their, cngnl-- I

e ably.be. her young cornn)antler said. Deeply as taking a drink of water every houror years to John S. liowi'ii, who Is -well considered: to be large. thou of his zealous. service as u member .i.;

"Wyh all his assumed laziness," laden with coal": for her long voyage, two. Medical men declare that known In "Florida un who will\ remodelthe -- of the commission> and of the energy -
t J lebeerv'el and trim and sparkling should be In various hotel, icmprovo the (;;rounds! nail 1 -
flitfr the colonel gravely\ "Char she was as taut we helped ways of waierw.iy and ability which ho brought to l
feasibility
l Ii!( lcviiiR! !!: in the( a
;, lie will push his way upward through as paint and polished brass could If we were more t thoughtful and persistent open It for the b-WHon" between, the i lirstof the lakes to the gulf via the performance from
the truck.. lie Is a fine sailor, I am make her.Already. In this respect. It is certainlya May and tile !first of June Mr. 1 duty. To the family of Senator Ual- "
Individuality of and that within 'Lie T'niiet-HCC and Apalachlcola, rominiiplratldis '
the rule one
sure strong simple Bowen, Is ono of the mot prnmiucntresort l inter the conimlHbion otters' its deepest. t-
.' That same afternoon Mrs. Mistley the stalwart ruler was beginning to the reach ot the busiest among us. ore lieliiK sent out from
In th bii.sne! At .
hotel ?
min sympathy lu the heavy affliction! whichhum. .
and Mrs. Wright went out together, make Itself discernible among the 1 Apalarliicola to the mayors and boards> \ ,
lie i I. riinnliiK the (;JrayKtoir1: '
come then:
q in order they said, to have a quiet members/ her company. The While "Trousers Optional." phes.'iit ho If f tr.uie of Ulriiiiiigham./ Atlanta amid. upon '..

( afternoon's shopping as thero were Swallow was eminently a "quiet" The dispatch that tella us that hotel KliKlmev" and the Sewanee t W-K: and titles situated on the KJIntriiatta'.ioochce '" 1

I many things to be purchased and scut ship, There was no shouting, no unnecessary London society men will wear blue tel at Sewance Springs. : Chlpola lint.AIu.ach! MERCY SHOWN STOESSEL. -.A '

on to Broomhaugh. The mother and blowing of hoatswalu'swhistles tveiling coatIS this sensen /goes,: on to
!Scala rivers, requesting' them lo join - -- :'
son had been nearly a week In Sey- Kverythlng seemed to fit say : Trousers or kneo breeches will Two :Mormon elders l troth> of whom! t

'.: mour street, and there was, now nothing I Into its place-every man into his be optional." It seems us If ono or have. bear tonriiiR!!: the: south for, several in tho organization of an :association Death Sentence cf Russ General Corn, ,

td delay their departure for the duties. And yet she was not II a the other were' essential. Boston months, arrived In IViisncii'a a tu promote lut! TPst in the enterprise.' muted to 10 Years' Imp'I&onpQof\-; \

North. I gloomy ship, for every man looked Globe. few days ngm: and niailo iippliratlon! A St. Petersburg dispatch says : ,

Tho colonel being left in charge of forward to Ills six years' absence ll11nn for a permit to There will bo no democratic con General Stout-sol 1 1as found guilty ot (. y '

I the invalid, proposed a drive in the with Bfrenlly. Airship* For the I-'rr-nrli Frontier. to Ia'oroo< veation- In Ti'irlda.! A primary election surrendering Port Arthur to tho Japanese :,; ;

park, as the air was lovely and the About an hour before she was due Two airships of tho Labaudy type preach ,upoa the streets" and also to 1 will bo held May 2'Jth at which delegate during tho Rustio-Japauo.so war ;

'. sun not too warm. Hut "Wlnyard to sail a boat put ort from the dockyard are to be stationed by tho French an. mate a house to houso canvass of the convention will and
.-; to the Driver) sentenced to death. The court
:.' languidly expressed a fear that he and in a few minutes was thoi-ltlea on the German frontier and I| entire city and sell literature relating ?
making' Individual bower announced that It would
chosen candidates rccommend
..' was not quite up to St. innocently Ignoring alongside the gunboat. (Seated in the It is believed that ultimately every :i to their religion.!; Iloth permits were rb( :

,. tho fact that he had walked stern of this -l malJ craft was Lau- frontier post will bo: provided with denied by thv mayor, who told the elders ; annonn'cem-nt At tho same timeI'Alldltlll'tc'lI that the death }penalty to be Au ,

downstairs alone that morning. Then rance Lowe He climbed up the similar ahips.-London: Express. that if they desired to- conduct will) \ be nominated for preH'itlcntlnl commuted to ten years' imprisonment.The .

be lay back on his sofa and gently white ladder and made his way aft hall and electnr. United States senator court declared that the surrender -

closed hit eyes as If composing him with slow but assured steps. Charles Franco ROIl Her Sailors. meetings they could procure n congressmen/ from the thrro districts was clearly unnecessary at that t r s,
' forward to meet him Franco owes tho greater part of do s self to peaceful slumber. T.listley came ( and state and county officers.llaron time. General Foci and Uelsa were r,

Presently the colonel left the room, and they turned toward tho quarterdeck : her past glory and her present powerto would not be countenanced.! found not guilty and discharged. .+!:\!ff. \, ',y, ya

a treading 'noiselessly so as to avoid together her sailors. There has been no the 10
Von Sternbprg
I: ;raking the sleeper. Shortly after "ItJs very good of you to come" discovery of geographical importanceto Miles H. Johnson, Jr., of Tallahassee Speck { I '

ward the street door closed, with .a said the young sailor'' which the name of -a Frenchman has recently purchased the Interest German ambassador to the United NO PROHIBITION ELECTION. I

r. smothered bang. The 'told man did ;not appear to has not beelt'attached-ParJs Eclair. of his father In the Leon dairy States, who addressed the Tampa -

Lena was seated on' a )OTl',,chair consider: that this ,required an. answer farms, which are located about elgtb chamber of commerce Saturday night Duval..County Comml slon r at Jackson 1
sear' tho'fwlndow, tho'' :reguar} ,click He looked'' around him' critically Rubber trees are being planted and on -Gorman Economic Progress," '
Tallahassee. There vll I Turn Down Petition. ,
:of her. needle acting as"a lullaby to with a. practiced eye. It -was developed In various parts of Africa, miles northeast of spoke Sunday at the Cornerstone lay- Duv'al county "-- .,
the sufferer.' Soon however; 'Win-; not'ta first time that he; had..trod- India Samoa Mexico, Central Amer are 1,700 acres of land, 200 fine Jersey .of the German society of Tampa. The commissioner

yard lowly unclosed one eye, then den tae deck'of a man-of-war though ica. the West Indies and the Philip cows and 200 graded hogs In addition lag Tampa Baron 'Von Sternburg Florida, .M A meeting In [ .w ;,

the.other;; The click of the, needle his recollection of such dated back to pines. I to the other stock. The place Is From Friday refused to. call a.special II I 'h

continued' He' turned slightly and the days ot the Crimea' lie loosened i T valued at something like '}0,000 Qr sailed for Cuba "for a -tour of the is Ubitlon election CI'J1 the'votmds '

lay >there] watching her. He could the old silk comforter that.took the The Abyssinian peasant Is bactod $50,000. Mr. Johnson! it contemplatingthe land He Is accompanied d bye an army ;the, petition seat in by the anti'sa14ss 1' t. r :p

;scarcely have wished for a pleacanter.picturekt place .of a top-coat on his ,spare but thrice In bls llfe-.at birth.'' at*I_ erection .ot'a'modern'resldence in officer detailed by IPres.Ment''Rooeetelt . people dJd>, not contain the names 'of '. ?

.. \ 'look upon' than that; ./.airt f ram e. -tncS'.!said i ,, marriage. and-.t eatla'_ .., beautiful grove upon the place! sufflclen number of registered rwtws. .,
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,:, ENGINEERS STIRRED EX-CONVICT WINS SUIT: WORKERSJ.INE UP 1 PROBE. IS ORDEREDBy Do .not suffer .


0, Awarded 42,000 Damage for Being :" '
with\ severe, ,,'
i Werked Overtime Gom'. Sensational
j
They Sjand Ready to Fight Testimony Developed. I Labor Organizations Prepareto By Roosevelt Anent Wage, Headaches-' ,

k. Any Wage Reduction! the case Fight; Wage. Cut Cutting By Railroads.ALL when "
Testifying in of R. A. Keith, ,
,
\ an eX , ,
.
,STONE MAKES STATEMENT against, the ChIckamauga Coal and (MONSTER MEETING HELD FACTS, ARE WANTED

c Coke company, tried at Lafayette, Ga., "

Saturday J,\V. Goode formerly deputy
!' Head ,
of Brotherhood Gives His Side
Labor President Writes Letter to-the Inter
warden at tlia mines at Durham swore Representatives of Fourteen

of Q.u.stlon-organlzatlon of the that he had received. $73:>> per month Bodies Gather at Atlanta, Endorse tat.'Commere. Commission Ask.

Trainmen Also Opposed* to from the Company $Ju addition* .. to the Roosevelt and Perfect Compact !>> " ing for. a'Full) ana J. Complete 1".,.pl -.......

t Reduction. $75 Jald him by tho slate. Tho suit Organization. I Investigation'; ; of Maiter.I .

-, resulted hIli.' verdict for $2,000 dam. ,, -....- Will Cure You.The .
-
lI""' Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the ages for Keith aid will ')probably be One thousand five hundred men, representing I liver to the :taaln-sprinpr tor the'whole fcody. To expect ;
followed by Indictments against the The movement for :wage reductions .fnxxl health, one must keep the live In good order. To do BOo
t? brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers rourte'en branches of the la- in the
liver
"a needed. Herblne will conyditlon
Inaugurated regulator Is put your
officers of tUo coal company charging by railroads in all partsof
' made the following statement at bribery. ? bor organizations in the employ of it should be &and ;you -will not sullcr from headache a.,,
charging them with the country has aroused organized
'' II Cleveland, Ohio, Friday, in connection Captain Qoodo testified that he did the railroads, met in Atlanta, Sunday A POSITIVE CURE 3
labor
to make determined
afternoon, and passed resolutions opposing a light and .
with the reported of some rail. not know for what purpose the money
purpose ; the proposed cut in '\1I'ag'by brought forth from President; RooseVelt 7"FOR CONSTIPATION 'CHILLS AND
was paid Mm. He 'further stated that
: !
way companies to order a general revaffil action
the railroads, and endorsed the an order In writing, to the. Inter-
y such, conditions ekltttcd at almost every ,; FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
duction of the wages of employees: of President Roosevelt In ordering; the
camp In the elate, and that former tale commerce commission, which LIVER COMPLAINTS. 1
AND ALL .
..' "The threatened reduction ot chairman of the Interstate railway
' wages State "Warden Jake Moore knew the practically demands an investigation
of employees In train service Is ubsolutcly ( commission to investigate the action
I >: unjustified from any point ot .money Other was officials paid employed him by'tho by company.the slate of the Louisville and Nashville roadIn ot the financial conditions ot the railroads Has Done A World Of Good.Mrs. .

view. Their pay Is based on a mile at Durham' mines: E. Wlngfleld, cutting wages. I proposing to make such ,cuts. O. D. PhiUer. Marble'Fall* Texas writes: "I hare

r,' age basis, practically piecework, and bookkeeper, and C. L. Tatuni!, chief Pleas were made for the perfectionof The Southern railway managementhas unod Heroine and find It the beet dyer corrective I haTe Te1r,

k they are only paid wren there are guard, acknowledged that they also re a permanent organization of all the' during the past week, been la tried. It done my family as well M myself! a world of good,
: services to be performed. Wages of railroad, ,employees. To this end and I recommend It to all my friend X never offer icona, 1
? calved from the
h salaries company. conference with the representatives of "
V In' train service : committee of five from each of :the headaches. anymqre.
employees fall
parallel
I k Webster James vice of the .
president appointed formulate <40,000< wage earners relative to a cut, SUe WILL BUY ,IT.
with the in businessl organization was
shrinkage i
that
? company, acknowledged the mon
l> Increased living expenses by-laws and make arrangements' In wages and a possible further reduction
away ey was paid tha state employees I Co.
for such an order. In the hour scale. Ballard Snow Liniment
from home. When their earnings are through their Chattanooga office; thatit "

IIGO i her monththeir expense of Hy was, charged to. convict hires and At the meeting, which was held In The Louisville and Nashville is planning .5oo-5o2 N. Second St., ST. ,LOUIS;, MO.
0 the hall of the Brotherhood of RaIlway ( -
ing away from home Is about 15:
par the II for otter reduction'In
that men were paid looking ; a wages, and so are
I cent: while at the present reduced rate Trainmen, every railroad man who
the com any's Interest, other railroads In the couth. The Chicago
' of which has be hundreds could Kit a seat standing room waspresent. I
$70, .to met by
Keith was sent up from Fulton county Great Northern has called a conference Sold'and Recommendedby'For
E Several hundred were unableto
under present conditions, thatty for life on the charge of murder but l I for March 9 to discuss a similar
'' gain admittance. It was enthusiastic Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.
expense! will Increase it to at least 20
y was pardoned In January 1907. Ha : cut. The Chicago: Great Western ,
1, i J per cent of earnings, because they are asked $5,000 damages, claiming false and the two resolutions which ,1s in the hands of. a receher. Under -- ---- -- --- - .

held away from the home terminal until Imprisonment owing to the collusion were passed were given the unanimousvote [ the Erdman act no reduction can bo
there Is a full-tonnaga train to be of those present. KISSIMMEE
between the company and the state officers made without notice of twenty days'conference
w, handled, making a total automatic reduction The organizations: represented were '
bring really under tho controlof with employees and notice.
already In wagon from CO to the company. aa follows: Brotherhood of Railroad i' to the court

70 per cent Evidence; was also introduced to Engineers. Brotherhood of Locomltlve< I The leaders of organized labor forces ItIVEE EOtTTEl '

t "The roads are getting the suiuje return show that the convicts were worked Firemen, Ilrotherhood of Hallway fear that If the wage reductions on :

} t in freight receipts for the serv overtime given wretched food and' otherwise Clerks, Brotherhood of Railway Train- I this road is approved by the court

ice rendered as they did when the business DilnrcatJd. urn, Brolhel hood of Hallway Carmen "all Hues in the middle west competing STEAMER LILLIE.! STEAMER 11OSEADA,

was good, and there Is no consistency Order of Hallway Conductors, Order of with It will be authorized to make a Captain Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain. Clay Johnson it. D

In asking men to accept fart TO LAUNCH NEW PARTY. Hallway Telegi uppers.. International similar cut. Regular weekly trips to Basslnger tad return. Roseada leaves KltsUs.*'

a thur reduction than result from the Association of Machinists. Brotherhood It is stated that an appeal for arbitration nee Tuesday morning and arrives''KJsslmmee Friday evening." .

al present business shrinkage, and the Hearst Advisee Independence League or: Holler Makers and Iron Shipbuild will be made under authority of I Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer obee and! Fort Myere on the UIU, -: VJ'
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full power of th3 Brotherhood of LocomolKa -' to Take Action. era Amalgamated Sheet and MetalWorkers the Erdman act The arbitrators named Comfortable accommodation for passengers Rat..'realol1abl.. 'f I
and the International Brotherhood The most picturesque Waterway In Florida :
Engineers will be used. If\ nec I
Steps for the formation of a new under tbls law are Chairman Martin
'' In effort to of Blacksmiths This comprises For Passenger and i'rtllhRat es apply to essary. an prevent any
political party were taken at a conference Knapp of the Interstate commerce
ti" organization in the employ of a CLAY JOHNSON SIU, Proprietor .
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further reduction because It would be every commission
of the Independence I.oagno and Labor Commissioner .
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\ On board "Ullle. Klinlmme FlA.f .
:road both the portable and sta- .
absolutely unjust"William at Chicago Saturday. The action fol- .ra Charles P. Nelll. These two called at

O. Lee, assistant grand master lowed a short speech by William Ran nary departments.The : the white house Wednesday -night. It

of the Brotherhood of llallroad dolph Hearst In which he enunciated first resouion'adoptocl was as. is reported, and discussed the present C1Gtie Ilw !

Trainmen; speaking for his organization the principles of the league and the fol'ows: situation in railroad circles with President d.1.

on the same subject, dictated tbe adoption of a "declaration of I principles" "Resolved, _That tile body of railroad Roosevelt.It "Get l

l: following: setting forth the objects of thoorganization employees herein assembled go on is said the attention of the author \.lgton

"Tbo wage workers have nol had a and the means by which record as being opposed to any reduction sties was directed to the action of tb.4 t

thing to do with this panic and loss it hopes to attain them. in wages, and that each trade railroads by W. S. Stone grand chief Happiness P'f'd ,

'"E of business, except to suffer from tho The provisional national committee, herein represented is requested to inform of the Brotherhood of' Locomitlve Engineers t'

lulaoianageiueiit of some employers and of which Mr. Hearst is chairman, was its grand lodge officers ot such It Is not believed by the ,

speculators. If he works he produces I authorized by a resolution to call a action government authorities at Waschlng- Cy John Farson, Chicago Millionaire. -.

a just as nfuch per hour as he ever did. national convention to nominate candidates The second resolution .was: ton that anything like a general un Hd: millicnalra would be >,
who Is unhappy'and! never smiles ,
Ills living expenses are just as high for the presidency and vice presidency "Resolved, That action this body cheerfully derstanding exists among;; the railroads ''just as unhappy and without smiles It he was poor. It Is;

as before. after the republican and democratic Indorses the of our courageous but that ,each is moving separately a matter-of temperament. "

"All classes ot trainmen are paid' by parties have held th-:>.lr gatherIngs president of these United States In or- in undertaking to.reduce wages. Live' in the open air, think 'kindly of 'humanity and

6.' the mile or trip; and a reduction ot dering the chairman of the interstate The employees 'are not ready to yield T make friends.' The same care should be used In Investing ,

miles run or trips made means a reduction *- railroad commission to investigate the without a fight They will exhaust every money to bring happlne.a. as Is used In'Investing It to.

'' of the amount paid bythe em- L ,RACE QUESTION' IN HOUSE. action of the Louisville and Nashville resource at their -command to'pre- bring in more money.. How foolish It Is to think that;yo

'. r ployer.? ' ;' ", ;:.: \ ;,' ,:;. ,' ,:"; :'" ',.\e':." ',,'" ;,., ':'. ;" : ;'f1\, \), ;;,\j\\,_\ .,,\ I..,q\\,,: railroad: In their, desire to CII ., 'thewages '.vent reductions. The leaders of the can get good; returns on Happiness Preferred by, sllngln*'. ''

,"There can be;.no gondargumentj \, .Jim ?.Crow' 0 "Amendments!? Caused"" !ISpirit..ikr ,1 .i of theirletnployees."E- ,.f labor,inen''are;extremely reticent, but !' in ;your coin any old way any old time. You have to watch
the
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,- presented why trainmen l should' receive \, \,,; *,\ ,';\.i't'"' ed.: Debate.. ,:.)?!?' i\ ;fri-!-*' !:' | '''1'The""permanent' organization' )which intimations bare crept out that a strike ticker: happiness That's market what brings just as results.closely as you 'watch the tn"ketof tape wad
lower trip or mileage'rates tfor"miles' *'. will bo i perfected< at .the earliest date ,
Washington. special says:' The and tie-up will be attempted on the The trouble wyj| the millionaires that unhappy Is that tier sue .be
are
run. Freight trains are not run unlesa race question unexpectedly came to possible will in the future decide ,upon first road that attempts to 'put the reduction -. Kind of men who ,would be \unhappy whether they bad ,110,000.000 or,ofely
? business requires 1L Corporationsnever the' surface in the house Saturday all Issues that come before any one program into effect 10 .cents Tat a certain millionaire Is'unhappy doesn't necessarily Indicate
carry an overload of labor, but Merlin branch of It In cases of the present of the that he la he
when Mr of Alabama offeredan receivership Chicago unhappy because of his wealth.: Wealth doesn't sour .A Jnanj
labor is usually compelled to carry an character It will be for them to makea hao to be by "
amendment to tho District of Columbia I Great Western has complicated the situation sour nature. ,
overload of capitalization. street railway trackage bill pro. decision. somewhat as the road Is for Tr4: contented man Is the happy man. The contented millionaire Is ths"happy "

"Our principal business now is toli' viding for Jim crow cars. Mr. Heflln The meeting places the railroad employees | the present under the protection of the 'Billllonalre. The contented pauper Is the happy'' pauper.. The con- f,

maintain the I present standard of living declared that separate coaches W| the on a sold footing as being'i federal court, and the workers do not tentedpauper Is really happier than the sour, discontented millionaire. (.
which means to hold to the present Against the proposed cut in tltelrwagE's. But I don't mean to say that every one ought to be perfectly contented all
whites and blacks had solved the race I wish to take any steps that will be '
1 standard of and unless all This will, of course If things the time That would mean that tbe world would stand still. lall'tber -: ,
wage
problem In Alabama, and he expressed I In violation of the court's rulings. They a poet Sure.' '
somewhere I UUcontentT
have read that speaks of a noble
Ie signs fall railroad employees will oppose the opinion that such an arrangementwould come to the worst mean that a strenu- I would prefer that another road should There Is a kind of discontent that means progress, but It Is mightily different: ,

: ," to the bitter end any attempt to solve It Washington, ous effort will be made against); any make the first attempt from the discontent that makes you sour. and dry, and warped. and causes: ' <.'

\. l reduce ages," A spirited debate ensued, but the such: Intended cut. This is tho first The leaders of organized labor argue you to lOk'Ith suspicion on every human being you meet. .. .
amendment was finally defeated general announcement of the kind although that the roads were very slow about I tawta.. t 5 Q'

> rt,' No Decision at Conference. the separate organization have wage Increases during the past several a.-- ".....

j f ': The conference Washington. as towage CUT OF NINE MILLIONS held meetings recently and adopted the years, when things were oa a boom II II III 1

: ; adjustments between Vice President same resolutions. | : and should not pt the first signs of ,

l and General Manager Ackert of Made by Committee In the Postoftlca I depression make a radical cut. cbvswa..f.tv./N.; I ,5-

the Southern Railway company, and Appropriation Bill. DIED HARD ON ,GALLOWS.In I President Roobevelt's letter' JndicateS; fI
I' Future the :
(representatives of the locomotive, engineers The subcommittee on appropriations that he discredits and ridicules the I
k was resumed Friday and a of the house Committee on poatofflces Death Struggle Negro Kicked .Both., charge that his policies -ire responsible :
... ... conference was also held with a committee Shoes from Feet. [ !
.' and postroads reached an agreementto : for the present situation. lie I Thomas. .
representing the conductors and report to the whole! committee tllopoatofice William II Johnson a negro, was I wishes to obtain the facts as to actual 8y Chauncey .

trainmen appropriation
Tha proposition made to these classes- as revised by the committee carries a of his wife whom he ail eighteen such charges If repeated l during the ..u
T is generally conceded I believe the belt and most far*
by
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es of employes Is substantially the months because of Jealousy. Attcr
total appropriation of $220,715,000, ago presidential campaign. In his letter i..c '
l sighted minds work tbe future
I that the greatest trade Of
G s tame as that made to the machinists which is approximately $T ;WO,000 less the drop fell Johnson: struggled so hf urges the rights of the public as a i Is to be across the .Pacific For centuries trade centered

1 t 'I' and other shopmen, which Is to the than the estimate submitted by.tlie department violently that he Kicked Ma shoes Ijose third party in all disputes between the 0 w I In tie: Mediterranean, with the result that the largest,and

t effect that In view of the condition of . and they dropped several feet from railroads and their ,pmplojeca : : most Important cities of that time were. formed on the 4NN

business and the falling oft In traffic, t the gallows NN N snores of Southern Europe and Northern Africa, The discovery

i.l.: the lower scale of wages In effect a SUPPOSED BRICK WAS BOOZE. TRICK NEATLY TURNED. !. J of America. then a wilderness centered trade later

;\t -..4\ year ago shall be restored. .NNNN > In the Atlantic, and tbe roost Important cities of the world +

?i No, definite action has been reached Car Load of Contraband Whiskey Seized then grew up on the shores of Western Europe and Eastern
aMsp" further conference will be held. by Revenue ,Officers. GEORGIA GEOLOGIST DEAD. One Wof( Alabama Republicans America. So the cities of the Pacific Coast of America In time will probably .

.. 't At Knoxville Tenn. Deputy United i Steals March on the Other.A be In proportnon to the trade across the pacific and the trade acrossan .

BELGIAN IMMIGRANTS BARRED. Slates Muri>hal lilankenshlp assisted William S. Yestes Passes Away In Atlanta I Montgomery dispatch says: Tha ocean, other things being equal is In proportion' to the number, ot people) ..
4.; "outlaws" of the Alabama republicans who live along Its borders.
car-load of After Long Illness.
half
; bv I police, relied a ,
,' dJ' Freight the South State Geologist William Smith Yeates have stolen a march on the "regulars"and To-day the Pacific Coast of the United States has cbout ,,one-twelfth aa .
Scared Off by Lack of Employment In brick in a car on '' '
: railway\ which contained forty< -one of the most prominent men In I become the "lawful" organization.The . many people as llve, along tho Atlantic seaboard; yet tbe shores of+ the Pacific ;
United States. ern Davidson wing eliminated from are many times richer In natural resources than are those of tbe_ tI&I1t1o.", r
t 5 Emigration from Antwerp, Belgium barieU of whiskey without the government Georgia, and for many years at the the state committee on Tuesday filled'! There Is hardly any comparison between the sterile hills of New England and '
c to the United States has practically stamp. head of the geological survey of the tho garden valleys Washington, Oregon and California. California alone t-

ceased because of the belief that It Is Later the: officers went to the distillery state-paused away at his home in At- with the secretary of stateVednes Is, broadly speaking, two-thirds the size of France and la easily capable of .

now very difficult to get employment of the llobson Distillery company lanta Wednesday morning after an Ill day as' required by law an emblemas supporting 20,000,000 people. Franco supports 40000000. Along the lower' I;'

in Uncle Sam's domains As a result where the nbova whiskey came ness of several months the republican party In Alabama I half of the Western sea-coast ,for hundreds of miles !there Is but'one world ,

I the Red Star line steamer Gothland, from, and seized eight thousand gallons Fifteen years ago when the geological and became the authorized party, the I harbor-San Francisco. This fact alone lns i to the Golden' Gate a city S

,( which has just been fitted out for the : department wag created. Professor only ono that can put oat and riw any, '. as large as Paris, or even larger. The grow in of this city: -or any of the ''
Yea Us was appointed and held tba ticket under tho pro'ectlon\ of the law. 1 cities of the Pacific Coast-will not be sudden, but It will be In exact:: propert
emigrant trade has been tied ,
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L up. HARRIMAN, ROUTS FISH. I position up to the time of his death.! lion to the pressure of population In America, the awakening'' ot Asia-ss,
.f, I Ii Japan has awakened-and the development of other Pacific shores..+Success) '
DEATH CLAIMS VETERAN EDITOR CORTELYOU TRANSMITS, REPORT. Magazine. "
v t'' "Wlzzard of Wall Street" In Complete ) sl n
EARLY VEGETABLES HURT. '
In al i ri- .
Crosby 8. Noyce, In Newspaper Harness .. Control of ,Illinois Central. 0 i I Showing Number o* National Bank |I .. 4

for -00 Years Goes Hence.. E. H. Harriman the "wizard of Wall Fruit Was I Also Damaged* by the Cold ''jFslluree for Five Years. lI'j
Crosby S. Noyes editor of the Washington street" won complete control of the [
Weather In Louisiana.A Aa result of a senate resolution

""d w Pasadena Evening, Calj where Star he died bad Friday been ill in Illinois F rln"Q.' 'Central Bali Thursday In the federal when Judge court ly fruits New Orleans and vegetables dispatch: mostly says: Ear-In : introduced by'' Mr Tillman', Secretary Advertise ,in 'Your Home: : ''Paper

at Chicago dissolved the StuyvesantFish Cortelyou. Wednesday sent: to the senate -
lY some time. tended for shipment to the north, have : ,
,'Mr. Koyeswas 83 ;years of age and Injunction restraining tiw.jrotlns bean badly damaged by the cold I a report showing that 306 national For/the ,
of ZOO.OOOi Harriman proxies Fish banks were placed in charge of receivers Very Best Results
'pL no(less than sixty :years of bis man* weather the last two days which j I ,
? 6 hood had been spent In .the newspaper . wlta routed on every point and the Harrlman arrived on the gulf coast between January 1, 1S03> and ..ny

victory was absdlute.. almUltao"j nary 81, 1908. JB.D-1 "..
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I A ,Letter to fee Voters,.ce( OsceobCoonty of 111 fame and nursed him to health, .I'$.. Mates ,at Opera HMB*. I. IP-L.r; -U- ._ :
.JfiR7Rt[ 'V Suette.OfficeTn .! and prayed with him; but it seems rimif
I S reach him." Oh what 4
Iw.J"P __ Florida.Kissimmee not.bloawUI A small but very appreciative audl-
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: woe and misery! I knew a man ,who rocs attended the concern given! bj
d 1ivIRXJa1DAY. Feb. 22. HM>8.DKAK was my father's llfelong friend He Mrs. Carol Maklnson at the' opera

FBIKNDS: had a DOT, and of course be was my house on Tuesday night.,
v ''i Valley QaxetU Building Theme U a question before the peopleat : friend. A good fellow be was But Those who bad beard her when abe SPRING .

KJ88U101&11.. O8CBOLA COUNTY. FLA. thin time of serious' ..consideration.A be began to drink, and that former visited Kisslmm! 7 1 years ago, knew
business that bas been tried both. good Quakerbov has "served time." that"they bad a great treat In store; i.
ways, if you call it a business Saloons I knew another boy' In those days, whO but'If possible her voice seems to
\t W. K.; HARRIS, Editor sad Prop'r. or no saloons And I believe was from a good family and In my have acquired a richer and deeper

.- to tags it from a business, or moral class at school I met hirij last winterIn . melody than on that occasion, the re- -

auBSdurnoN RATER: standpoint., all good sober minded that little N. C. townlor the first nIt of careful training and hard practice

0.._.emr .. .. .. ..100 people will agree; wltb me that condi' time In twenty-ire( years. But what! and it was Indeed a pity that GOODS"Our
0.._.M. __ ... . .. Ie lions have Improved underlie present woe and misery! U. 'ODce had a nice Other entertainments kept so many ; '
0.._........ -u... .... -=-- !! stateof things. We are all agreed home and a good wife but drink got away from hearing a singer with a. # : I

A. -.pt twom .ur .uhor..rd.wre.a..d.b Chit a nober man Is more decent in I. the best of him and be has died sluce voice .seldom heard out of !grand
I. .. .mart ....- by_ wri_. public than a man who has been drinking I saw him. a poor lost soul. I bad : opera. .- "

.t.... ..a arttw will .ct bot r.t.r'n,4' umi.w' until be has no control of himself. another schoolmate whom I loved very : The opening sung,- 'For Kver I and a r

rev. -- -- ------ And 1 am sure" that hU wife and child. much. Bill was good and 'kind, and Day*' followed by Moore's "llelleveMe
.....at the........I. rw/slms. Fl..L. .. ren feel mole ate in' the hands of a' married a good girl. Everything went, if all Those Endearing Young
osaew..em si.tt.r. sober bufband and father than they on nicely I enough lie made money Charms"
. .._........4-,'- - -- do in the lsnd| of a beast made so. and built a nice home. I met him last I and were gave, most the audience charmingly a con-rendered 1 line almost: complete \

by the use Friday, February 2H, 11)07. 1 stuff they tall whiskey. 1 am not. first time in twenty-five. years.1 was. ,range and which was still I more alicoes I
power
jihat might h.. culled a "kid", generally glad: to see him. I accepted. an Invi- accentuated. with her rendering/ of with' Gliigliunis, ,
speaking. 1 am a man of middle Lotion to take dinner-with him and "He Shall Feed 11U Flock" from the ?
At' a business proposition you age and have hid lots of experience, i visited his home. He had a fine wife Messiah. The other songs had shown Etc.
cannot afford to vote wet, because and no doubu tixuorience is the greatest i nice children and a beautiful home.v. her command of the higher note, but [; \.VUtVIl it ;' Goods,

the business men'are! .solid against It.Al thing I have. That la !generally I Hut oh. what woe and misery! Bill in the grand deep tones of sacred ,
the case with' ''''01,1"| | who never Jearn had let whiskey get the best of him music displayed a depth of feeling ( the

a moral proposition, YOU 'ranno anything Only UH It IH. knocked Into His wife bad tried to end her troublesby and a richness of quality never before The early buyer gets ,
I afford to vote wet because the them. Hut I advlMKII. men and boys taking poison.In heard In Kissliumee. Another delightful "

sober morar-j" element are solid to spend| some tiu't each day seriously my younger days I knew a good song was Max Stange'a. "Die Belt

against it. considering this IIuhj..t.J old Quaker family in which there were rherte," and' Home conception. of her best select'ion.) e
will give I you some t&etll-oot three boys whom I had not. seen for range may be formed when such contrasting .
speculatloo--'bul bums cold facts.. I twenty-five years. After having tinisbed music wa given as in 'The
As religious
a proposition vou was Dora and raised In wayne Co., N. a good oid-fathioned N. t'. din Wood Pecker," "The Rosary" "Oh .
y cannot afford to rote wet, becausethe C, and 1 an> proud of 1117 old home. 1 ner friend about. .
my was telling me Dry Tho-: f. Tears", and the negro
leaders 'In all the churches' are. left N. O. in 1 t9O! and slnuo then have VJihu-w! '
olid this good family of former years. songs/ of "Mandy Jane" and "My YOUTH 1'or Honcsl ''
aasiustlt.
/ ... :;;; 'I made my home In }Florida and I am Thn-old man was then on his deathbed Curly Headed Baby," all sung with I
r proud of Florida. I Itppnt twenty ami tent for hi* /boys in bn with I the ease and grace of the accomplished
overheard<<; a remaric'ttw other day at my old' home (fn the winter of him in his dying moments, One of artist.. Like a bright summer day too
day, made by a man In a position to 11KXI and met many friends of my boyhood them was in Kansas but had come MUM the burst of melody she .give in
know to the effect that. there are men days some of whom I had notseen home. When I heard that these boys "Come Out !Mr. Sunshine," which

in Osoeola county today working In 35 years. I met some who 1am weye in town .I wan anxious to meet closed the most. musical treat ever KATZ "f
paving their debt! and supportingtheir sure in their boyhood days never them so we walked out and looked lIven here. '

families In good shape, who, knew anything but want. and misery, them up. God pity them! I have heard The accompaniment were all ulayed ,,
when the town was wet spent all and now they are blessed with. happy: f t.l101Itlll'S ,
time and again make tine by ;Mrs. V.n Juzor In a faultiest manner I
their earnings' for whiskey, neglected homes and "plenty", 'I I met, other talks In religion norviuen Dud pray and the KUtlmmee orchestra,
their wives and children and were friends of my boyhood days who had In iiubliu. Hut oh. what 8 ehuogolThey though with several members absent,
generally looked upon as "l.aeats been blessed with. good homes and '
were all on_ it spree I 'an you rendered most excel luntnruitic !between << 4
and vagabonds.._ plenty of everything that heart could picture a lunre horrible' thlnir oneaith Mrs.I \lnkin I on'a songs. .
.- -- wish. but now I found them I in rags for a good old 1 Quaker preacher -- -. .. -- --- -
What Machine? v and misery Now what was the cause than to have Ills children gather ---- -- -------------" $

of this great change? I If you could around him In Ills dying moments and Another Robbery.

We note a good deal of roar against have spent a few days with me in that they on a drunken spree? Hut this Is Mr F, IT awBon'g residence wait. C A. CARp/N. .......... *. C., ....., Sec-l.". $ $' ...
what called "machine politics") In little/ dispensary town you could easily not half of the cases of this natnif' .
the campaign which is" now on, says have guessed the cause 1. saw one that! I liars seen with my own 'Y"II entered bv sneak thieves last Saturday I T :a: :E
the Tampa Daily Times, and we would of my old friends, whom I had loved and that I might. tell you about. nlvb.h'He the family was at :
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church and about dollarsin
: like little. light. What i in the former days and who at one Now- sixty-live
a a political young men uncl hu"att".) ir.J
machine?! Which is the machine time was worth llfty thousand dollurn4 thick lIerlou81ov..r this subject. money and a gold watch: wag ..stolen. Carson Co.
;Mr. Lawson had curried hU ouch Waters & Grocery
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Now I found that all of his
against which our earnest and Ira- property Boys, do all you can to get papa and sales of Saturday home with hirn.111D'f'.1 i ,
hostility I"* be had changed bands. When u, i-ouuir/ big Hud to voVe right. Wife )look'
s'' y excited? We have A tolerably distinct man he was sober. and the pnopln of after your liutband. checks in his stirs. lw okK. which hetogether ,
',. recollection that. eight years his county were pleased to honor hint'torte your sweetheart<< .>(',<' to it that they > i ,
ago a fight was made with muoh ,) years with the olliee of sheriff. vote I" lhl. If they will not promiterllicn j tied with siring. and hid
them, in the garret. of Ills residencebehind (=> C EI-X IB'S
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vigor upon an alleged machine and But he took to the drink habit apd I uteak olT Unit eu aifcinent. ,

also that it Wilt smitten hip and thigh.. found the one time steward In the :M. :; Cod! help us nil iuilo the i l'lht i : thinir.K. an old trunk. .' r
Tim thief thieve entered by raiitIng
The anti. -machinlste went Into power E. church a ragged lost HOU|. :. F. Cni.f.lFK. I or I
to the state where they have substantially I once knew up there a' sweet I little. window, rummaged through the. .
bureau drawr tnd found the watch' ,
girl--she wouldn't be sweetheartshe COUNTY AGENTS FOB 14I
'tr remained ever sinceAnd my she I Even From the Mountains win,'h l I... >'meil .> Miss Florrie. and -
her heart another
now having observed that the gave to [
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liked belter. Hut how 'tall'It , .. then' spin' olit-d lui at.. found the money CRATESM''
t oh. happinesscan Lin ,
w people who were discomfited then are siinu iu 4 : 1I i now roaring agaiost the machine, some times turn to misery! Hn- Ifut| the wood; ir.1' \ sur"< r ,ji 'for nonifi. .r.,alKn... p. a''Although there were.MI I celebrated Fertilizers
.r.mI .1.k.vi (the thesewee.
fii we are Inclined to think that. the word husband had begun U> drink, and the i ltoentl'Lui' illi" u'I 1 1"11".1,1, .. money. I nltAIS i ETC.
represents more of term than fact. Is .wife poor little thing wall In the j \\" ,' % in. (m.slu i ., .,.lnm'i'iii.i I 'J,,,,, no'' (iuKi. nSiiiii' . I
a machine like a king: -one dying or asylum. 1 knew ...not.hpl'iule'\ girl of Iwrite'' .: "I I 'i>i d i IIdl".0/ \\ 1.1- II, .i .ov. wait written. weie.iiii w_ __. Circular* .. tn.ii: id'aici. : "a. f f. i i I in the .
being driven out only to be succeededby my boyhood days who was broUghtupin : niment. lust ', fin It.rumaiIand .'" HrvUhed sea ApplicMlo ,1f
lruvi', ,'h..r.it lit lir t i<.1'PN'loukrd.
< i v \ a
another automatically: Or is the a Quaker family. She had married can reucomend. it a. the hest i "
word a handy one which {Is applied to and I called to see her Sad oh how Iininentoo the nmrkel. I ihouithi! .
toe clique holding ofttoes wKhout re sad! Her' husband was a drunkard; at the time I was taiceii: down with

a.I'd0 anything\ in their conduct? and with. tears In her eyes she tojd me this trouble, that. It. would be a week ;Mr T. W. .Ellis i la the pl..1. I possessor 1-1ID.E8 I FURS WOOL

When the, election occurred eight how..be and her husband had parted. before I could !get about but on applying of a pair of line pedigreed Irish

years ago the Times was not overly I said to her, "Mary, pray and never jour liniment several times setter pups which he received recently '
t pleased, and it realls-bavlngoblecled give up until victory is yours." She the. night I was about In 48 a present from Mr. Jno. O Wilson, of OovL33.tx'3r 3Pnocl-u.ee a. Si> ec letlty.: I ::::f

t to the application. of the word machine said, "Frank, I bave done all 1 can.I hours and well In three d aYIraid: .Franklin Pa who spent several weeks

to i's friends. And it. doubts brought him home sick from a house by Robersonn Pharmacy. here shooting!' a short time ago..

t; bow the. pertinence of it as applied to . VaAAWtA "
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1' the people In power amd seeking to - -

retain it. The term. la not sufficiently

specific, It does not remove pie prescribed .
officeholders into a class by .
themselves with that posltlveneis WATCH THIS SPACE.

which appeals to our understanding,
and we appeal for something more r

concrete, some statement. as to who

compose the machine, what they are "
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pose to do or continue doing that laadverse Awards at Tampa fair JUDGE JENKINS done want to<<;I be continually reporting'

to the public interests what The ;'w.rde'for out bills for the sake of Christianity I I ...... ......, ...... ...... ...... "-" .... ...." ....fJJ1 ..'.,' ,
lobe\ patroits mean to do. when they' county prlxes were or any thing else that will be turned '
oust the machine, and a fw things announced this morning at the offices ON PROHIBITION down by the courts. .1 have been In i MIL MAC3M. .........T M..OH.'I ,
like that which will appeal tQ4.be good I of tle fair association at the fair' I prohibition territory and seen how 'I

sense, intelligence and public spiritof grounds. Bernaodo county. which the laws were evaded. There I saw !1 I A '. .
.tbe voters.. has made one of the. finest all-round : -* 1 men with. a prayer book in one hand I
displays ever seen at a state. fair was His Remarks Were a feature of1! and a knife for anenemy in the / '" j

What the Saloons D& the winner of the grand championship other.Chmn.. Judlcary Committee !) I '
prize of $760, also the price for thebell. the Hearing Before the House of Representatives.. lV2l I I '''
Many and various: sane and sound' exhibit from a ,south. Florida Livery Feed and Sale Stable i iif' a f fwOoD'

r arguments can be advanced in behalf I county, which Is asoo, making/: the Committee. ,
of prohibition. but can any be stronger. winnings in prizes C1.300. Manatee i Now Sheriff Prevail.Mr. ft

than the following story of conditions. county came second and DeHoto third. Washington, Feb. 8.-The featureof : DRAYING
lila
K Prevatt
C.: received
v that actually. exist and have- edited I The list follows: the hearing of tbe anti-saloon appointment I r r f

( for a long time here in Miami it being I County Points. representatives today before the house who to recently succeed Sheriff forwarded.1: his 51.I j' I Irellanatl6n Everything Is Now and First-Class. We will f--

related. by a prominent citizen? i Hernando. . .< ..700 judiciary committee. was the remarksof Walker Wed and
the Governor Render Prompt
"Yesterday I questioned eight: extension I Manatee , ..63b/ Judge Johp J. Jenkins chairmanof to on I Satisfactory Ser
nesday and the commissioners beingIn :
a laborers who had come to the I DeSoto . 600 the comltt.ee, to Rev. S. K. Nicholson special, session that dav his bond I I vice Day or Night. All Kind
city twenty-four hours before. I took Polk. . . . . . "H who spoke for the American ] '
them as they came. The Drst. said be Alachua , . ..486 Anti-Saloon League. The remarkswere was approved-Mr and Prevatt's forwarded commission to. theGovernof' I ft Heavy Hauling.

bad come to Miami with 113; another Lee . . . . 389 made at. the conclusion of" an- I
will be Usood soon as his bond is % n.Ate.Ar
as SEAMAN'S OLD STAND.
AT PHONE 113.
bad a little more and so on one admitting Pasco . .210 argument by Mr. Nicholson, urgingthe Immediately
received and he will then I I
that. he bad 158. I asked them Osceola . 1M adoption of the LittleQeld, or
take charge of the office
bow touch money they had then,' and Columbia 140Gadden some similar bill prohibiting', tbe This appointment will doubtless ;,; I
found that. the sum total of their poi- . 100 shipping of liquor into prohibition .
satisfaction as Mr. I're- .:
.r few . . . .70 Chairman give general
,sessions was a eenbi. St. Lucie. territory. Jenkins said here '
vatt has held the sheriff's office - ,k
."To another question. each and Columbia county for .the best. west that ninety per cent of the. bills of enviable' ,
before when he made an : (
every one of them stated that they had Florida county $500. the kind under discussion brought '.... .DCiraAe- .- .ed-. e. -. .- __... ..... _.___ -""- _____ ,!
record ,
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_pent their money for whiskey and St. Luole county, for the beat east before his committee were aimed at t : -- 4
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I did not. have so much a* a toothpick Florida county, 500. \the very throat of the government.Men r---------

l to snow for It... I told them that after Alachua county, for the best. middle full of sentiment. would aopear Theodore Roosevelt says: "The Sox Picture Monldinn: .
I A October 1 there Is a great probability Florida coupty $500. there, be declared apd urge the committee friends of the. saloon keepers denounce\ .i;
a 1
', thevwill not be able to get whiskey in Illllsborough county did not, of to report a bill and ask congress their. opponents for not treating the 4 = I

Miami and Dade county, to which one course compete for a county price. to pass a lair to be tested before saloon business like any other The I'I All Kinds of Frames ;
replied "Thank God whiskey has The judges completed their work tbe supreme court. best answer to this is that the saloon FUNERAL i
'- been' a. curse to<<;I me.' Another said, on the county exhibits Saturday.The "Your argument," said Mr.: business Is not like any other business DIRECTOR j made to Order. =

m That will be good. I can then get prize for individual exhibits I Jenkins, -Ms to put .it up to the. and that the actions of the. EMBALMER i t t'I
.. ton again.' A third said be wished will not be made public until completed supreme court We are not here to saloon keepers themselves con- LICENSED '

abe d- stuff GOuld not be made. which will be some time. tomorrow. report bills that appear to us to be clusively prove Unit. to be the case. 'I Prompt attention Given .
t Each one made some reply and not .-Tampa Times 1 1 I unconstitutional. It is our duty to It lends. to produce cloilnality. in the Is.. "
one of them: was In.favor of the saloon -_______ I prevent IT possible; the passage of population at large; and lawbreakingamong I orders sent by mail) or /J
I laws that unconstitutional. I tho saloon keepers themselves. Also Nice Line of Ladies' andGents' i
.or wnistgy. DOtt't Pat Oft. are t e 1 e&rap h. t
fcrf The same gentleman told of another what do I don't think that we should listen to When the liquor men are allowed to .\.
extension laborer, an Englishman, Until tomorrow you can you sentimental. gentlemen, when you do as they wish they are sure to de all Burial Robes. (
from
who bad saved up his little pile foar today. If YOU are suffering don't a i try to over-persuade us. We are baucb, not only the. body social, but Residence'Side of..
liver -
4 tunes with intention of going home torpid or constipation 'rInl'to save this government and the body politic also." PHONE Court House Square.
to visit his people. Each time be got wait until. tomorrow to get help. ; ..

? \ no further than Miami; the saloons Buy a bottle of Herbtne' and getthat & .R.. Ac....--iA.- .- .........-.-....sr..>e.
Promptness
liver working right.
did the rest, and each time be returned tckIpeU' I
about health saves many -- ---
the slave and -- -- -- ..
to keys to save
up
"Mrs. Ida Oresham, Point, ?:
y to<<;I bring to Miami and give :
+ money to
Tex.. writes: I used Herbine In my g 'fr
them again family for six years and Hind it does OSCEOLA PHARMACY BUDDED TREES !
Illustrations
These are but. two of the many all it claims to do." Sold by Roberson's -
that com uDder observation f
In dally life in Miami wherebynot Pharmacy.
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one victim, but more than likely a .Islesworth Nurseries. 'r
wife and children, are made the sufferer NOTICE.To s i .

because the open saloon . of Osceola County:
-.he..a
some men can not resist. payers HASE; A.Cl| I.. PIMPRIKIORS\ : W
AGENT
I will be at the. different precincts on Where You. Get Prescriptions Correctly J.JW. HOARQ, .
Can father son and brother you
too
say. right sown in yourh art that you the date mentioned below and trust Filled at Reasonable Prices. We will have mainly for ru-\t Pall and Winter planting a general

I ,can conscientiously vote to keep and that you may meet me and return yourproperty I ascot anent! of Oran: u and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varlev ;i'
a* It is of Importance you Nee Our trees ore budded good Lemon and .**
on rough
maintain snob nuisances In the com -' -- - - - --- I healthy / .
fy, unity that must forever be a curse as well as to me. : 'f I .. Sour Or BO if e roots, guurai.teed. free from insects pests of any kind. )
and damnation to mankind.. No you Shingle Crk Prot No.,2, 1 clan Mob 3 It makes no difference whose' blank your Doctor writes Z All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to

y ean not and will not when given an CampbellPreot.. 3, 1 day, Mob 4 his Prescription on, we can fill them correctly. name. Our facilities for crowing nursery stock are second &0'
opportunity, to. ro ,to the polls and PegnornPrecinct No. 4, 1 day, Neb 6 none and our trees ,are a> line as mosey and twenty leal"'. experience -: ;
ky vote against t.bem.-Mlaml Metro pol Is. Crab Grass Prct .No. ft, 1 day. Mob 10 We are Agents for. ELBA HOME.REMEDIES] which can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the .'

e. Whl I..PreclncNo.8., 1 day Mob 12 are guaranteed. famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the
4 For ttel., Basslnger( Preot. No. 7, 1 day Mch 14 ; greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buda come direct :' r.

g Residential Mid Naroooasee Pr'ot No. 8, 1 day Mob 20( from the best bearing tree. 'in the district now famous for producing '( !
faming property Klsslmm Prtrt' No. 1, bal of month. J the beat Valencia in California.
of ably acres at Hammock Oreve. LINE TOILET ,
Ovataraterr FULL s t
House fully furnished and In good order. JNO.,L,.' call'and A
Tax Assessorof Write, for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha Fla., or see our ,Nurseries p,
Outbuildings and'farming 1 ins.plemsnta. .
at Waco Florida Midland R. R. :
tf <<; OseeolaCo. on ,
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I For Bicycles, Shnoibarirei.' / t>r- next: Tuesday night Oa-Mr. Hinton Hrown. of Amertcn. ANNOUNCEMENTS.For .
I and,). spent Sunday here
TELEPHONE NO. It.PUBL1SHEDUEVERY .61.. The School j visiting. his .
,- 'Hoard will meet In uncle and aunt ijr and Mr. )M. J. '-. -
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FRIDAYBY your Laundry packages. for the White Star{ Mr. O. B. Howse of Ocala made a Lo It. -,Plain gold) cross about iwo I hereby --_ mjrMlf a candtdat for the ,

___ New' 47-1 I brief business trip here this wf'.k.I inches in length; finder please return oflVo." 01 City Marshall. and Tax Collector and Drug. 'Co.

W.KB. t4APtfwst3 barber shop at I'aliick's old Leave packages for to Miss Reynolds. at Mrs Frank ollcll the upuorl of .b...-.of Kl.dmm.r. .
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stand. Service by a tongonial. I I White Star Bass', and receive ....
scale
Laundry reward U. H.
with It WOODALL, .
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. .-- conversant with all the latest fads Rdtnondson 47t -,,-- '-- r
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bnrberin' Regular Mr. E. W Sauerwblte, of Atlanta For Sheriff. r
OFFICIAL ifMr. monthly ,
WEATHER I meeting of the
REPORT. Ga.
County is registered 'at the Inn. WHAT WE ,
Avm o trnfMratork, or. tv...k mdliur ThutFebruary .. Fred Mel\ 'onnel a uiominent Commissioners next Monday. Satterwhite has 'been making Mr I lirifhy.. nuiiunupe iprwlf a vaudldu forth* DO FOR YOU.
.. a tour : office
St
?. capitalist of liartow and Mr. Walter Johns Guild will meet at the of South Florida and tar bvrKr. nubj.rt In the kit.loo of the
t ? Oisoa- S. Graham Episcopal rhnrch stopped over Deu'ocr.Ik' "thA."..
the well on Tuesday' here I
-- - known ial 1 March on his way home. We
estate agent of Arcadia were. in 3rd, at .1 p. m OKO W. OVKKHTKEBT carry the largest and'
town
alas. ::: I last week and registered; at the Inn. Orange jilonsout lodge F 4 A. :M. is Mrs. Cecil C Evere. of New York, most varied stock of our,line.
---- -. Lost. will bold a regular expected to arrive here next Mon For State'Senator. in town. '
-Heart-shaped gold pin, next communication day to spend a few weeks I ..
Monday visiting her To
the I
nightSyrup Democratic
:: : T4 I : studded with pearl., small diamond I brothers, the Messrs. Vans Agnew and Osoeola Voters of Orange We carry none but '
at the'
a In center Elizabeth engraved of White Pine and Tar in their bachelor Counties: ...
on back. a home
Slr.wIQ :\4 Finder will remedy that. will on Paradise I hereby announce that I freshest and purest of 4
will
--.. lItO 4U please return to Katz' positively cure Island. be .a drpt/G
'I'-.;; Ts 46 lore and receive sulttble. reward. coughs and cold fl. For sale at KIs- candidate at. the coming Democratic at all times. .

Wnd..a.i. 71 :'7.W j 16 lt. simmer Drug Co 61-tf) Mr. W S.: Eitzininger, tat Biloxi, primary for re-nomination a* State
\ Tar day. be. 41 Miss., arrived here Senator for the IVth Your prescriptions ,
Our spring book of Mr. and Mrs. L. this week and is Senatorial Dis are f1Usdf
C.Maklnson
mend made to samples for visited Winter Park on slopping at. the Inn Mr. Krtzminger tract of Florida composed! of Orange; by a Graduate In Pharmacy1
measure
'u replete with all the new things garments, 1 is when arrangements were Wednesday made owps a large body of land on Lake and Onoeol Counties- ., besides five years'actual '
for
,..,. """' ''''''' '''''''''''''''' I 'early and get a good selection.KATI'S. come Mrs. Maklnsoo to five a song recital several Irtopoga, where he proposes to locate Louia C. MASSKY : frerience.Doesn't? : ex* _.
24f Ii at. that.place next Wednesday evening.Mr. families in tbe near future / ...

: Lapt Kug ne liryan, of the State llervey Moseley. who has been Ilrowln/r.who will engage lo farming and fruit this'fnean''some. '-
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LOCAL FIELD.NMI University came home last week and in New York for the past sev Meeting. ? .

f[ spent a few days with his parents. eral years, returned last week and Messrs. Wm. C. McClure, F. H. The afternoon of Wednesday, the We

l "I 'Uenc's many friends here are proud topped over here with relatives on Lowman. Leonard Hfllis W. p, W. C. T. U. met In the parlors of the carry sufficient help to

"", ofvhls leceof. promotion, and were all his way to his father's home at Gotb. Kennedy, E. W. ThotDpion and L. T. Methodist parsonage. After the gen; deliver your packages. within .
""" Jackson
glad of an opportunity to extend con lIon Robert' MeNamee, who has from are a party of capitalists eral routine of business the ladies a few moments after the '

Dwelling! for rent, apply to M. gratulation. Rained a state,wide reputation. an the Inn Peoria 111., who registered: at proceeded to the election of officers for chase. This is not pur-
Tiller. Mr. and orator on the I this week. These gentlemen the coming year. Idle
Mrs c.:. K, Earnest of wet side of the booee ;
boastine
Bartow, .pent last i question, has been engaged by the are making a tour of this section of After a short and lively campaign but we' want 'your '
Sunday
f .3-, Ingersoll Midget ws'ches S2.OO! atKate's. relatives n town. Mr,, and Mr with.. whiskey people to make four speeches ': the state. wl..b.. view to securing a the following officers were' elected: business'and we know we

: Earnest are former residents of Kls> here next week.A large tract of land for development. President-Mr*, M. M.. BriUaln. can please

i 'Cut price on woolen goods at Stanford limnoee and have scores of friend. beautiful assortmtpt. of the new Mr. Geo. W. Oyer.tree,'* announce Vice-. llden.Mr.. M. C, Woodward I I II

Co. here who are glad to know they are laces, Filet Cluny Vale,ciennea etc at I ment,ai.a candidate for Sheriff! of : : if :' - --.

Order for tailor\ prospering in their' present home. n KAI'7.'A____ _._ Oaceola county appears In this paper. .McPb.tter.RecordlDjSf'cretar7'M.\ ... Anna i -1"1

Cash Store' ".". ",,*+.madertuits.q"P< .\,. ""M4"iMr i'/{/'at'". the'. The '"wets" met here in consult Mr. Will'Moseley spent a few days roaa Mr..Over-street. fa at nrARAntcmintv- Tre..urer-M.. M. C. Kissinmee
'' !! *iWU .ply ation last Saturday and formulated in town this week greeting his superintendent, in wnlcn po Bandy. Drug Co,

: Hi l Flemmlng;:;i .Je; nt algdanoro i; a plan of. campaign for,, the coming old friends. Will reports that many.. his sition be has made a good record,'I'teoorter Corresponding.Mr Secret.ar.laDd Press I! /

In Tampa this week -,\w, s-. :'_; .," lection.'" Among;! those present from father, Capt./Jim, has recently pur and would should he be elected Sheriff! be This little band* F,of J. Van Ihizor. ...Kii. iin'DM. .Via, ) 'JD.ROTONDO
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temperance
doubtless
The out of town chased the devote the work
FavlStocklng for children and were Hon Robt. Mo- tlempel place", with its sane era start
on
it ladle at Stanford Co. Namee of Tampa; Joe L Barman of palatial residence and fine fifteen diligence to the administration of the life and vigor a new year with renewed .
Jacksonville and H. Q'rOve' duties of that office. With! the wives of two"' :
acre
W. at Ootha -
Tifeood second-hand watches at. MetraK) of :, and is DOW of our leading/ ministers first
very
as ofii-
Orlando.
Ibwjprloes.1 permanently located at that place. Hon L. C. Massey
J.: H.KBDOITT. s announcement care we feel certain of success, In added
f Judge n. A Bartow, of Whittier Mrs. C. C Bailev, of Clinton, S. C. i "Sucislnu silks" so extensively advertised KB a candidate for re-election as numbers and In more and bailer work '- a, t

_., pent a couple of days in town this spent a few days here !this week visit in all the leading' periodicals : State Senator from !the 19th die In the Interest of' "God, Home and s
week. ing Mrs. A. K. Bearden and the on sale at Katz'' I trice, embracing Orange and Native Land." PRESS REPORTER'
OICeOI.1
editor' family. Mrs. Bailey had During the fire I counties appears In this issue J
Mr. recently the
Roy Or tin
erst reel came up from been spending a few weeks Valley Gazette
with window So far
her shutters on the .we have Mrs. Hugbes's
Bartow Stanford Residence
and last Burned.
spent Sunday at sister, Mrs. C. E. Moody in Hyde Carson Graves Hardware heard of no opposition to Mr. Masse
borne Co..
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Park Tampa, and slopped over here demonstrated their usefulness. and the present prospects are that On Tuesday morning about o'clock r'
Had
Col. P. A. Vans on her borne.Messrs. he will be the re.ldeDof
Agnew returned way the shutters been lined with asbestos unanimously; returned on Ktssiamee ,were
,? frodp business trip. to Bartow' Wed Jack Prince and J. .,\, they would have been still more fire the splendid record made by him aroused from their slumber, by an FamHo
nesilav. Forsytb, of the Slate University came proof. But had one a water I, during the last two sessions of the alarm of fire. Upon Investigation<< it Fancy and

Born, to Mr, and Mrs Joe Mo- down and spent. Sunday here .with, the danger by fire to our town system would legislature.Mr.I : was found that Mrs. Hughes' boardIng -

Daniel on Saturday Feb. 22nd,. a I( Capt. Eugene 1 Br,aD. Mr. Forsyth is be minimized. W. A. McCool arrived from bad house made was such on fire and the flame ceries. ,
daughter. a
star football player and at present *or brut-class work, patronize the Beaver Falls, Pa on Wednesday Impossible headway that It was .
MJss Booth of Washington, D. Is coach for the University team. White Star night ? to save the building, and 1AM
C , Laundry Quinn Edmond- accompanied by a party. of most of the
HI furniture
la have on a visit to her father, Vr fame Is widespread in colleev SOD will call for and deliver' I friends from the was burned. T .
same place The
f ', .A. J. Booth wee"football, where hn In known all "pee.I pack.ge.. 47-tf your of Meisre: U. W. Reaves consisting , having origin started of the fire i* unknown it Fresh Fruits, Nuts. andConfectioneries. '
Forsyth'Ye :: on the
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roof
of the '
Subscription forhe Atlanta I I The baptistery in the Baptist church I who spent last. winter here, J. D. building while the )
Journal, dally semi-weekly, takenat I / *, I say 11 Is melancholy! news is being repaired and put in good Stuck, J. T. Howard, J. S. Mitchell, asleep.Mrs. occupants 'were .
tbtat' office. to me that '1\ arlOD Is wet' and C. It. Miller.
because I shape for the administration of this I The party were Hughes has,. rented
do the old
If not believe that any good can sacred ordinance guests at the Inn Wednesday 1 t1A a
you need anything! in Winter of come' on next Sunday night, Baarden building recently vacated
l; ;, Goods you save from 26 to 60 percent the saloon business, and if Is mel- morning. The p..or wishes !that all and on Thursday Mr. McCool's Julius Hyde and will continue her by
ot at Stanford Co. ancholy news to me to know that the candidates for baptism will come launch came over from Steer Beach boarding house there. Full Une
prepared Canned Goods
votes of the
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I tor and Mrs. phosphate negroes of to be baptized just following and carried them to Mr. McCooi'swinter I ?
W. W. Jackson i "
lUve Dunnellon have
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rented Mr. J. F. Wat kins' triumphed over the the morning sermon. Opportunity will borne at that place. Washington'/ birthday was OIlebr.t.ed Cigars"and Tobacco. 4 ; 4
f and gone to house keeping. cotntere of tears!the and prayers of !the best mother also be given to unite with the church Mr. Frank! Vans Agnew and hat at. the High School last Friday .. / ..tI. ...
purest boy of Marion county." as usual. friiMiL Ma.rft.. J. P, with appropriate
Gardner and exercises.
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Quln Edmonson DOD C. McMullen
will\ call for In Tampa I.
your Daily Mr. ana Mrs a. ., Walter Henderson, 01 Boston, Mass.,
laundry. Please have tbe Times. I J. iripiett. 01
change for !
Tampa wbo and H. W. MUSSOD. of Siberia names Kestored.
) I' _him an delivery of the asja>e. tf. I, The meetings which hays been spending a turned last.. re- Goods All '
I are Fresh
-', were conducted couple of, weeks down the Klyer. re F'rlda1.frolll their visitw. At a special and ;f""
meeting of the
_ Tit'; KUslmmee Drug tjo'.. at the Baptist church for Mr. Vans Board of
L>tttiei I ; the past t turned to town this week. Mr. Trip grove in lobe Big Jouaty: Commb.looer.'held
I'#'. Catbaflc Granules for Constipation, two weeks by Rev. Raleigh Wright 4ett has been In declining health and C'prell.loutb of Fort Myers. Tbey day to bear Wednes Prices Low.
Tor old Liver and Billiousness Cl-tf the evangelist came to a close Taut' I. here to recuperate. He was so report a splendid outing. and found whose names complaint bad from those

1 Tax Collector C. L. Bandy has Sunday night. It was a fine meeting.' -well! pleased with his trip south that all tbe I'&me-bot.b large.od small stricken from tbe been erroneously

p ed the Hooten cottage/ recently In every way. There were twenty-two'' he has decided to go to Bird Island :I that they cared to ..booMe .r.. J tbevfollcwiDg named registration: books. I

vacated by the Aultman. and moved additions to the church, some by in Lake Klssimmee. where he will Gardner, Henderson and MUSSOD left] stored and will be 'voter were re j CITY .
permitted
in a feiadays ago. letter and some by experience. Mr. establish a camp and spend several for lobe North Wednesday night, and tbe wet and dry election to vote In BARBER' SHOP
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.i Me. tlVWf; JTburman: left Saturday He Wright. is a preacher of great ability. month Mr. Triplett. orl/.nlzeroft.he expressed !themselves as highly pleated John W. Tlson, E. D.:Hogan, N.. B. .
preacbed some of the with their visit
here
most forcible American
night for Federation of Harris .
Germantown. Pa., on a I Labor and J. A. Simpson, A. C Baas
business trip. He expects to be sermon personally ever is heard in this city, and represented that organization before. Mr. C. W. Ward Informs us tb.tl 10. W. Davis B. H, Scbockley, E. R., Now Open for Business "
a man of fine
the
awajLfeboitt Christian sessions of the last. W.tF'
two weeks. legislature. Bronaon .
be had ,
a conversation Uass
with Quinn Bass
character. We Br
Super
feel like ,,
,,c' Mr.. ai d Mrs. Clarence Minx have will produce a harvest his for preaching Florsheim' S3 Patent Oxfords are I{ intendent. HIgglns of this division of W. O Branson, R. T. Uronton, J. W. inPatrick's, Old Stand., ,

returnediromLoughman, where they years to come. .rt.ow Courier many !the correct thing as to style com/ore,, (, the A. C. L-a few days ago, and S ymour. T. J. Waters, Charlie Shep- NEW CHAIR f' "
In- i ,
moved some time ago, and are again formant. etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. {,i'!' that Mr. Higgins agreed to put on a lard, J. M. Brown, L. Sullivan. Lewis .

; i resident* of Kissimmee. Mr. .John Baiaden .only double service' for the Sugar Belt Johnson Arthur Bronaen and Walter NEW RAZO'i&

rt : Send collars, cuffs and shins prospective of Whittler a One of tbe best arguments we have road J on Saturdays for tbe present, ,, Bropson.Thiii -. 1
candidate i NEW
for EVEnrflffmoSatisfaction
i
White county beard ) and later he would
in favor endeavor
to tbe of to have
? Star .. Quinn commitsioner from the fourth die continued pro I I old ta a Good Tis to Buy Florida
It Edmondaon will call for your packages tract. was in town hibltiou.in this county was made by a : the double dally service restored. Property WIllie
. ,. .. Wednesday. In man at a j The new arrangement will it la Cheap. Guaranteed.
y if dance begin tomorrow
you. will notify him. 4'7-Ll' speaking of the wet. and country to whom the I I Good .
dry election lot.
11f! petition for when tbere for.mall house.
election a 38
,, Mrs. John to
: M. Lee a was :
: and little representative of
the 40
: !
sonLakeland. Valley acres land
'. presented for his signature. j morning and afternoon train each timber .1 40 O/R
/ He
M.sJer John went down to Gazette Mr. Balsden stated that he : re- '| J BlOOlroflloodOlJerl.od NO "AV. '
fused to sign, and when ask: to give way. ./ 226
Saturday thought the .
to spend I
few vote
a day with would be abou 42 add -
acres -
his bouse
reason he pointed 3 mile -
L her daughter. Mr equally derided In to the dancers', C. E. Wade returned out. I 350fiCO I -
Malcolm his precinct. this morning 15
Waring.Capt. / i Mr. and said; "You see these acre and house, at station ,t A Stltoh! 1. TIM*.
and Mr Alfred Balsden was one of the leader on yOUDa'people :from a business trip to Kisshnmee.i 10 acre. and
Louse
Donegan the in
; boys all town .
will)
are sober
the prohibition aide -not a i While there be bad the eoo save nine. So will bottle)
at a of
arrived Saturday from their I Whittier two pleasure of Or.IIR.l'roye&od
borne 1 In drop of two
whiskey around and houses ,. sraoou, Ballard's
LIt Rnsbvllle Inrt, and are being given years ago when the county went. dry, all b.YIDIlood they 'aft' attending a song recital given In thoiler. e 4O-acre f.rm and Horebound Svrup always
; I grove;
/: .t kept
quiet time If on band f
cordial and has house ,save
never it. by Mr* Emma many a
a regretted Porter 13-roora spell of
welcome by tbelr map Hevery : there was cottage, Main St ,
friend here, y. pertinently remarked .that when tbe. whiskey for sale jn Kll.1 Makinson of Pituburg. She has a Nice .$1300 .lckD.... A sure'cure-for oougba
Immee some of them would be I orange grove near clay rd..26OO cold
broacb.it
,
business ,, !
: remarkable and
: men Of voice big, dramatic ''
wbooploff
la ;
800
'* Capt.' Bill county line up and the wooing acre round timber cough.
83 Knlgbt. of would M
party Nn.
tbedredgeboat t i probably break : per aoro 8Bo'
intense I .
solidly on a proposition :; and perfectly] controlled Spring Ark. writes .
f a they Money to loan :
Kissimmee, ia up in a row This to buy and ,
was town Monday was always le.rned build with "I keep
i have on !this, It leaves no room' for the i It i* that Mr. Makinson will I 'a bottle) of .llarc1. Hore-'
transacting business. Capt.< I ., the county baa been case wben we bad saloons before. ;< give a recital next Wednesday after- J. M. VgmjtoN, JR. bound Syrup In my cheat, and thank ?
,Iota t h e redgeI. now at work tbenefitted I I No sir, I wont situ the petition and I "- my forsthoogbt
.trout in a material noon at Rollins CoJIeA'8Orlando many time*.. It bit '
as well 1 Try the '
. In. "Creel!: way you can put me down new barber .
I the sbop ,
la. morally.A Hide." on dry't-porter-Star.people should bear. her.-Orlando' Be thing new and np t.o.d.te. Sharp bvery ra ne..estedt3old by.y.Robersoa'.* spoil* of th
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r Spanish 8upe.4Utlo"e. HALED TO BAB KNEW Hid BUSINESS

You tnust-'not' count tbe stars lest TO STANDARD Patient-r.Doctor,; do .,OU think that

yrupffigs to havo as wrinkles i I : people are occasionally burled alive? A)) T .M Iur.
you come many .. .... f
of face tai 'the number of stari lit ---- ,- Other Railway, Directory. __Dotjor (rcaaau.rlllslyl-It neverppeas xx
u $ponllblo for Wreck In to my patients.-Catholic Tribune.
1 the firmament Of 2 1-2' Cents Per .
Eighteen Lost Life ,
Elixir9fgenna'Cl It one rocks an empty cradle the I

next baby that lies I nit will- dlo be. Rates t in Georgia Go -....- ,

fore it learns I to talk. presiding: judge. of NOT EXPECTED OP,HIM. .

I' 4 ,n5.-._ .\.UQvJuallyD&pol& yatcmE {f ect- Just as often as you mention tb.de'vtJ I ),1"l I. '*" '.I States circuit court ot CJiI- "So you want a Job; hey Well, what '

f \ \ r Dlfls\ and"1leadi' In Ufo Just, no often will he'appear | seven other directors ofll- did you* do at 7our last placor' I
'
: to you at the hour of death.. EFFECTIVE APRIL fJ ot the Central "I didn't do anything: I was the ,,'

ccUe.s.Uuo( tn .LOntla LOn; It will bring evil, to one to dance I employees office/ boy,"--Judge. "11a. Various Statea.Aro Doing

Acts alone casting! one's .shadow on'' the -- company, were ar- I The question of State aid for the

naturally.'acts Truly aaoLnxatjyc. wall, for by no 'doing one is- dancing before Judge M. Thornp- THE THIRD DEGREE j building! of. good highways which iuJfe'

will the' devil On. That Pate It Is. I Colos county circuit court at _. 1-, being\ agitated In Kentucky,, and is-" ..

:* Jest t LhUd- It'you would' not ..bej liftuntej, by' Roads, .Will Be. on 3'}i1e tl ) 111., on charges of criminal As It la Administered* Our1' Nel'gh- t t so popular among the people la no ..

... QrA.k1MbJlnJnd your d''ltJ, kiss the 'shoes they ,are Mileage Will.'Bs 2 I / and manslaughter. I i bar Republic.A new thing, Many -at .the' States have
t-\ already adapted It and where it has
to wear at burial. I arralgno dwlth Judge Mexican detective who ,
"
recently
"10' t'itsJ3eiiji' ; al Effects Do not slam' the door; nor.'sliiit a'' .. 2-'t-4 Cents. I i \? Arthur \,.. Underwood, la Washington described was the once peen., put Into execution: it has

j to%(6c\iutnc %luchlWs ,window roughly, nor'kick a stone out Formal :----r i Peabody and Marshall. W. "third degree," alt applied to suspected i worked so admirable that the appto,1,,1'/
Ways } announcement of prlatloiw have been increased::
of your path, for -In ,the' door, In tbe 'of' Cblcago, uid'alldlrt'e- criminals In that country. In
ine JutlreafCALIFORNIA'"time Of The Lom- window and in the stone may be asuffering passenger rate revision for e01l1pi'inYi President', ':, Hi. 'A.. the United States the suspect Is put year to(has year been und abandoned in no single says the instance

soul doing_' penanue." I. as exclusively foretold Iby' :i ,/ ; Superintendent// ( through a. sort of "sweating" process I Klizabetlilown News The j News has

: I lanta Constitution motto ,than a | and Motormen JJ. F]. In order to tfiake him con ees. .In taken the trouble not only to find out
TUB SUCCF.SSiOVj'OF PATITS. Mexico the fellow who Is believed to '
the laws on this subject -
'SYRUP'Co.toy The Old One-In 'adopting! a theatrical ago., has coma at lust, and the I j Charles !Uotts Charles be. guilty of a crime is taken to the i and,Investigate but baa collected: much Infer- ,

1o career you tarp entering a touchy rations for. prating' all standard scene of the commission of the act matins as tp; what lie various States 4i" .
wfwm; it it la nufactured'prlnl.d' on' the and -Jealous profession Keep guard/ 1 I mew were Indicted as a and ttuire, the tragedy If a murder inforjnaj 1'
front of purling':. tpnut'or the. state on a flat :' arc doing. The following! ,
Bvery over you ton&ue. Inierurbnn' collision one has been. committed Is re-enacted\ under j lion Is.quite. Important for thosevwho
SOLO BTALL LEADING I DRUGGISTS. The New, Due-Oh, I've found 'out cents basis, are now In progress. j I ot Charleston the Char the direction ot the
plain-clothes
'one .izc only! r'jular price 50<,...bollle.Oecause' I I are Interested In tho'subject) of good
._ that I'll have ample opportunity to This means that after Aprll'l Mattoon interurban line, on men. Recently a woman was found roads:

he forges-ahead- -a mania- J think! before I speak!-Puck. .will be no 2 sold 2 1.3 cent I 1907, In which: eighteen murdered In her bed the weapon New" York contributes 'fifty percent

any of the Kallroads! in .. were killed and fifty-three employed to kill her being, a1 knlfo. of the coal of roads. Last year
,; not necessarily a forger.Home . .'UI.FlI.I.ED.Slellf'"IT.e fixed und.T the :Terrell The man suspected of tho crime wo,*,. the appropriation exceeded $5,000.-(

promised to go through taken to her room blindfolded.! When addition.
000 In .
butthat! the roads now-charging against Ju( ge GrOHScnp I '
eke WC1.r TI11S OtT. thick and thin. I the .cloth was removed' from his eyes California contribute) tho entire ,
,
Ii will
Bella -"He did-her wad and his." rates go to a 2 1-4 cent 1> \\ directors and their another woman was lying in the cost ot building State highways. 1). ) .:,;

Itcclpo for the Quirk Cure fCooKlis .New York Sun Rate clerks of the various were the nut called by bed In the same attitude In which Colorado does the game thing. .

and Coldi. engaged lit the work of pre / l on convening of the murdered woman was found. The Massachusetts rays the entire cost
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dnys.Pazo n.'w rate sheets, state and ''f. defendant all but required 'to re'.
Mix one-half ounce of Concentrated Ointment were prea- lights vtoro lowered as they had been the comities are

jf-- Oil of Pine with two ounces ot glycerine rune of J Itching, BImdBleedmgort'rotrudcng on the 2 1-2 cent basis, ) ): the night the crime was committedand fund one-half with Interest at sixper

and halt a pint ot good whiskey'shake I Piles in 0 to U days) or money refunded. 600.I to the new system of rates j accused men pleaded "uoI the, suspect was put through. the cent. within six years after the

N! ; : well each time and use in I Into effect on April 1. .' charges mnd'o In the In performance of the murder just al. road la completed.Ohio t

} doses of a .tea poontul to a table- I I Might doesn't always make right, but These changes are to follow ) I 'A formal motion to quash the police supposed\ It had<<1 been commuted twenty-five per r->nt. by the
It hard fight. In Suddenly the chief State, and uevi'iily-flvo |p.r cant by
spoonful every four hours. It will puts' up a the i-jcent agreement as to was then made In reality.
f detective, addressing the man under the ('ourillI. fifteen per' cent on the
24 hours.
break up an acute cold In
rates with the Southern rallw.& Levy Mayor of Chicago township nnd ten per\ (cent on theowners ,
') The Ingredients can bo secured from lIs.\lm'S LINIMENT: suspicion demanded"What ;: x
I der which It Is to pat Into effect begun: an argument sup of. abutting property rI'
s any druggist! at small cost and easily Cured Jlly kind of a knife did you use ."
totted at borne. True ''Concentrated I Acliiiijt, ]furl[ rate of 2 1.2 cc.its, o v..'I' Its / motion to quash It having on her?" PennBjlViinln: ,pevpnlyflv.percent.. "
I After trying nearly everything for twoyears fystrm to aril]l 2,<))00 milts that of by the Bint.-, nne-pls'tlh: bv (lie counties -
OH of Pine" Is a product of the laboratories ,I ) book \ ( fcr'the purpose Tho prisoner t trembling at being
writes J.
Perry 3:1: '
lnfraliam St. E.Providence .
| anti one-eighth by 'the township.
M pf the Globe PharmaceuticalCompaey R. L To Hint it commercial uses at :2 "cents' all the cases should hoI confronted, by the panorama of his ; .
provo cures Ithod" Island the entire cost
of Dayton. Ohio, and comes rheumatic pains, wn" will send a Rjwcial mule books for( family! lidO at I I[ tlv., same points are In crime unthinkingly) replied: provided the road rays IK .not wider than ,,'

x put In halt.ounce vials enclosed in bottle free upon roqunnt. ilinarcl'a Llni- cents. each cases lie will con: "A horn-handled. hidescrapingknife. fonrt'Tii foot.
a1Vashinkt0nnne
tin screw top air tight. cases mAut"Mf,. Co. Mouth Framingham, .MaMoI' At the time that agreement three days with his! ." / hundred per cent
t The Mexican detective described
.I' miul I'r.'hld..nl'lul of : \ ( on -Stnto roads, fifty jiff' rent on State
+ lucre to make i i other where the "third '
It takes a lot of filthy cases > degree"hadbeen
AN OLD OLD CRY. (,rn railway I announced thin It wer.c (lied in each care Klv- aid riiadi; "
'a tidy aam.' I ', : successfully! applied In (' .scs
'Shall'e abolish' the thumbscrew the )purpose of that system to for dpc'.nrlng:: the Indict-\ of murder assault and robbery lie S"I'M': )' conlrlbulos onethirdOf ':
I
I ?" asked the king. the 2 1.2 cent rate all linen, said the American ;system was a good 'the <'0-tIn ,
r What Cannes. Headache Some were In favor of so doing, VlriAlnla! no mon, )' la nppro- ,
ing it both Interstate and lntra one but he regarded, the :Mexican> Idea! ...'"
From October to May: <:k.I ldn are Ibo meat others opposed the Idea.. prlatpfi." -iiui 1I.Ht'U1I': I '' nro furnished -
Tho Constitution announced '"' SY NON-WORKERS. as' the bettor ot the two.-Wathlng-
? frequent rouse of Headache; 'UutatiTnBroino "!t might hurt business" declaredthe ( a :. to UK toiinlio.i for road 5<:
'a Quinine removes CIlUl>e. K.V... latter glancing timidly I about. ago that the other' roads would'" i ton Star. work '.

(]rove on box. S5o. Hull and would l, nt the proper Cent of New Yirk Un In Connwtlrut the !Stale pava two-

i.. I I STATE granted permission by the ( Really Wish Work. Force of Seas. thirds! of the coat In towns havlne
President Roosevelt's or Unto, OITT or TOLEDO, i
Weddinb..i I LUCAS couwrr, ( ssy commission to Increase. their | York dispatch saga: It is -- a taxable vuluu of over<< $1,1100.000 t 4
.i Although Americans, who come to I I hARK J. dinner> nwke oath that he isenior the 2 1-2 cent basis. the for the The oceans occupy three-fourths of and threc-toiirlliH of the ('ost where ,
tills country are .well .aware of thefact partner ot$ tbe firm ot J.CiiEMKT: & by managers; the surface ot the earth. A mile down towns have less than: $1.000,000 valuation. '
UO.) doing business in tbe Oly ot loledo. As evidence of this 'fact the '\ the Improvement of the .
and always make a visit to tho j I said In tbe sea the water has a pressure .
County and Male' aforesaid and that
Church, the average Englishman does tic Coast Line, which was are approximately! S0,- of ton to every square Inch. If a
: firm will pay thesutn of O.NB VNDRED DOI/- a In Illinois the Stale highways 4
+ not know, that President Roosevelt I I sans tor each and every cue ot CATAHIIH in tae: 2 1-4 cent class, has Q.lr aa) men In Now York. Of box gix feet deep was filled with seawater commission furnishes crushed rock ":

was married at St. George's,. Hanover I CATADBUCURB.that; cannot be cured! by' the!\ use J.CUtNKT.tiworo ol HALL'S: granted permission by the I Cl(> per cent are non which was then allowed to and machinery, tools drain; tiles!! and $

Square. There the entry runs: "Tb (lo : to betoro me aud .ub.cribe
'dore' Roosevelt twenty-eight, widowr presence, this 8th. day.-ot December, A. D. to 2 1.2 cents per mlc: >. In (' j one per cent would work of salt left in the bottom of the box. In Iowa coral material Is furnished .g

ranchman and Edith Kermit Ca- 1386.(ata4)) A. W.Notary tJ UtASOJOl.i'ubllG.aU' tion of which fact It will put given employment. The Taking the average depth of the free of charge to the counties! except: ;)

.-0". It was some years ago that an .(.:at.erhCurei.takenmteroallyand ocean to be three miles, there would for transportation.! 'j
mileage book rates as society manager
1
4s'' -.American "discovered" the entry, and acta directly on the tlooQ aod-mucoujs\ .ur- same I ) a bn a layer of salt 440 feet ajilok covering Maine, contributes from $250 to
now 'there U much curiosity on the lace ot tbe .y tem. bend lor teaumonials. by the Southern; and will sell ( to the vajlrantclass anti the bottom la case all the wat $1000, per mile according lo certain ,t
t tree. If. J.J CMBUVEV' Co.,Toledo.U. state tlcketa at the 2 1-2 cent I' : organization when they
part of his. countrymen to see tho Hold bv all Druggists 70e. er should evaporate. In many placp.s.especially standards. J
.church where their strenuous president Take ll. 1's F.l'l1lalor. conatipatioaw This means of course, that' tho JUDGE j| to do so. In the far North], the water There orn number of other .11:

"was ,married.
RAKING. UP THE PAST. ern nnd Atlantic and the set all they can, then to Waves are deceptive things. To look splendid purpose but the above wilt ''

CAPUDINEDURESS "Say. Burroughs!; said Markley. West Point, now In tae 2 cent I Ret all they can there: at them one would gather the Impression show the trend of tbe moat progress 'V'J j
that the whole water traveled. .
i "how about that $10 you've owed me and to the Georgia railroad, Into( the br'nd.line. and sive t
..
I.- I This .however; Is not so The waterstays _
: :: .
since last year? along wits: the : they think we
was placed: what .
\__ $lie ..,_ sad In the same place but the. mo-. '
MOLDS AND GRIPPE/ H.'t'.n : ] "Oh come"wh ., old mansaid Burroughs Coast, Llnedlnltha2ol-1,cent.1; c } ; them, ,;; come. bac kc ,to 'tlon goes on. In great stormswaves: it ( ,:' :Horso Sytnnntliy. .
can't let
you bygone 'Of;coureetheseyl llne'TO IIIa! ,,'4' i :\i //lj; } ', iI:! t.k'ilfm, "I.. feet "high, and :rr ThJ iat iilttu11y. 'an object
i ) borsJ
,_.-SW.. ._. .-.-.t-4. Maw lie W4IV be bygones?"-Philadelphia Press. ,.,< : ::1'; ,I .\\'lt.l' ', ,,.r,,, /. 'are: sometimes forty ; ,, .
..err _ .4 _..ttl... (J.... : >\ '.',>iV lle'a ge'jhooksjlon; I the ms \\\1",1" j their'crests:' travel fifty, miles an hour-;' ''orfogreatisY'Jath'i'BmOn: ( 1'I'lrge' portrtlonotlliopeiple'who - I

4'' "- :''' i .T- ,'" .''the\;Southe7n&d;: |,Coas L ne l .FORCES, T,REDUCED.'f'; : ''The '.ba. e\or' a -wa' e''> (the distance | ass! him, to .

Macaroni Wheat. agreed to' (10. 'and both the"- : from valley to valley) is usually con ,perform different kinds of labor, but :l J;

Salzer's train of Macaroni or Kubsnlca rand intrastate rates will_ be People Migrating to Isth sidered as being fifteen times the not a few are often unavoidably sub
wheat is absolutely pure and in from seed I Be Disappointed. height of the wave. Therefore a wave jected to actual .cruelty .b)' lfc!tr
of -Agri
obtained from the Department cents.
twenty-five feet high would !have a owners because of the iin-boaUy' j ,V
Our train Dakota grown (
culture. IN being mado
t After April T the standard in force are
which laugha; at drought and elementsand base extending 375 feet. The force roads over which! they must travel.
positively roocka black rust that ter rate in 'Georgia will bo 2 1.2 mlnll canal commission of waves breaking on the shorn Is Hut, unfortunately, with nn automobile -
icorch and would be ashamed of It 3 cents a mile of building construc I .thero In occiislon
itself if it did not return from 40 to 80 bu. mile 'just as was seventeen tons to the square inch. no for!: com
of the finest whe .t the sun chine on per to last September.Of of mechanics also in Washington Herald. )In:>Blon. It ran 1 bo Kent regardless ,

e acre in good 111., In., Mich., \Vw. Ohio course it 'will take some force on the Isthmus. over the worst kind of roads without
Penn., },Io., Neb.,. Kan, and other lands, there (compunction for a I "thing of stoel" )
facts >
V - and 40 to 80 bu. per acre in arid Undi. No work out all! the new passenger ; these RAISED THEM.: knows no pain and ran endure treatment "')
nut, no inaecta no failure. on tha basis of the new rate, considerable number of "How much aro these chickens
without' Injury, which uld
JUST 8KXD lOc AND TRIB KOTICK la what the rate clarks now mechanics and clerks mi asked the lady In the market.: It ; 'I
: I ruin animal made of
flea
nd
.Ih.
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co.: LaCrosse "I "sell, them at 23 cents a pound."
; \V..., and they will end you the in Atlanta are doing they will the Isthmus recently an a said tho Herman marketman."Do blood, like ourselves! J
moat original teed book published together bot'.i: the state and Interstate : commercial depression in Farmers arc great spenders oC J
with, free samples. of farm need you raise them"yourself?
basis and will have State, but their chances money for every kind of "labor-sav-!
such as Macaroni \Vlieat. JlilUon Dollar on the same "Oil, yah! They was 22 cents yesterday 'M 1
94a UniN, Victoria Rape.alnCoin, the dry ready to go into effect on the employment are very re all .ready."-Yonkers States ing" devices but "good roads" is a': <
a soil luzuriator Broiuiu Inermm the desert i better saver than any machine you''
Eramifter, tm)1erorVilhAm Oats more ed date. man. over bought. The greater loads
original than the Emperor himself, etc., The Georgia: Southern and 'i.'
Obi Papa don't for et to buy a etc., etc. terms GO TO PEN. that can be hauled and the saving!: In4 .
the
And if you aeiul 14c they will mail. in has come, to same BRAIN POWER wear and tear of horses, wagons and;(' 'j i
bottle of CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT addition a package of farm seed never be. gard to passenger rates 011 the Increased ,by 'Proper Feeding! harness, tho time saved and i lp! ad-| "I', I

for your little Klrl. fore La Crosse teen by, Wu.you.A.John C.; L.A. Salzer Seed Co., ern railway. I : Bankers Given' dltlonal comforts obtained are advantages -'
'
You can buy ,It at any DrugStore Announcement to this effect: Is I of Six Years -. A lady writer who not only has enough to make every ; .

and you know It never fall notice howparticular bald' Ina letter fVom Vice I and J. W. Harper, done good literary work but reareda : a "good road" enthusiast and when] !k
Ever a S. F. Parrott embezzling!: : $32,000 from family, found in Orape-Nuts the once Interested in the new order oft f.
a ; to cure my Croup and Cough.fife4. : man Is about the-care of his hair? General IanaK.er ] I ; bank ot Hattles- ideal food for brain work and to develop things you will thlnjc of and talk oft ,4I
I"j I Chairman S. G. Mcl.l'\1< ou. : National\
'healthy children. She writes:- I little else until you have spread then A
Southern and Jo were sentenced to. serve
j Digestive dlfflenltlesr I Headache* Sallow The 'Georgia "I am an enthusiastic proclalmer gospel of good roads from one end] :-i
1 complexion The remedy In simple, Uar-. was In the 2 1-2 cent class on I the federal prison at AII of drape-Nuts: as a regular diet. 1' of the country to the other. The; *|*

field 'Tea, the Herb laxative. Write for basis. It will grant Interstate I by Judge Mills. In the formerly had no appetite in the mornIng whole matter rests with tho users oC .
sample QarnelU Tea Co., Brooklyn,, N. Y.
2 1'ents., and -tnTeAgP!! books i court at Ulloxi.( Doth and fur 8 years while nursingmy the roads. They get what theV'deJ!

same figures' as those named pleas of guilty. four children, had Insufficient mand and no more. If you protest *".;

i Remarkable(or its QUALITY Starts Forest From Seed.J. Southern 'rllway. namely ' nourishment for them. against letting the old pikes run.' ,9
I
W. Bird's venture in starting a books 2 cuta> a I "Uuable to eat breakfast. I felt down the authorities will certain];(._,

Rarkabe{ fcribJiltrL roli'; catalpa forest at Pond Creek. Ok.. JOO-mlle 2,000-inil books for at family use at i I Ii Ii A GOOD MOVE faint later: and would go to the pan- inaugurate a better system of mllft) '-.r-; '

'" Remarkable for ItsDOU8LESTRENGrH has proved very successful for the I try and eat cold chops, sausage tenance.,, Certain men shoulaV'.do' ''' '.

!fret year. ..lIe'bought raw land In cents. : Emigrate to Louisi cookies, doughnuts or anything I happened nothing; but look out .for'Jf-fM repair- .'

the sand hills ,just east of the town Better Their Condition. to find. Being a writer, at the old roads. Of co)rre,*Tt will take

<*%and MOST Remarkable for his project and broke It up last CHURCH ROBBED HIM. I unemployed citizens! of times my head felt heavy and my some tlmo to put them all in good :

'Jf winter and spring :, Pa., having families, have brain asleep. shape', but finally when they nij t,gotten -

.... MODERATtPRICE s lie planted about three hundred Stayer of Priest Tolls What ? I for :.Monroe, La., where "When I read of Grape-Nuts I In order and arc watched are-
: thousand seeds, expecting to get Him to Murder. began eating" it every morning, also fully, the cost in the long run will

about one-fourth that number. of Giuseppe Allo. ''the anarchist given a farm, lionia, tools: gave it to the children, including my bo far loss than by tho present system

f&J 11IATJrnZlANNE plants. lIe now has. betweenT*eighty; and killed Rev. llelnrlch. at an opportunity:: to buy 10 months' old baby, who soon grewas -or lack of system-and a thousand .
shot
and one hundred thousand vigorous he I ,- cultivate. The same fat as a little pig, good natured times more satisfactory to every

healthy young treesof an average ver, Col.. Suiftlay fays that : are being offered to for and contented. body. ,

a WKu4YOu KNOW 50i height of about three feet. Next moved to kill the: priest by the Their transporta "Within a week I had plenty of

MUCH GOOOHBiCAN DC spring be will transplant and It the I ing of the church belli, II breast milk, and felt stronger within' Hard Times Increase Advartislng; rAn

soiAsiLYHAaimy wiuvDOBtwrmouTrTAU.COOOCMCERS I trees come through the winter well mInd 3d him of his home In '!; nre under tho two weeks. I wrote evenings and : advertising solicitor In a Southern M

expects to have about eighty acres in which ha says was wrested feeling the need of sustained brain city was; asked by a reportefufor,
J. L. Knccpfler, secretary<
trees. by the church I power began eating a small saucerof I a local newspaper it be was. ntfC'enthuslastlc -'
LYIIN'MntRI Silly i. board of Immigration. Grape-Nuts with milk Instead '
As an Illustration of what remarkAble ot over the prospect for "good
-growth tie tree will make In my usual indigestible hot pudding I '
business
; times" and a lively season.
UZlANNEfeffEE STOCKS AND PILLORY ,+
: this soil an4 .climate, Mr. Bird bat in FOR BRYAN. pie or cake for dessert at night. I' "No" said he; "I can't say that

a his office tree cut.by W; H. Farmer, I Chaln'-- "Grape-Nuts did wonders tor' me so far as my business Is concerned ?">

25CD'-1 1 LB CAN who lives,one mile from the former's Gambler" Telephone lo\ll Shows to and I learned to like It. I did not have any reason to congratulate my-: "

11tERElLY'TAYLOR COMPANY. catalpa farm; Last April Mr. Farmer for Refusing to Pay Fine. Allegiance mind 'm, housework or mother's self because the outlook now is for -

t'. IIIfJII OR1.EANa. SA.v cut back a. two-year-old seedling, and I Tha stocks and pillory of early the Nebraakan. cares, for 1 felt strong and full of exceptionally good times The truth,.' "

elate then the, tree bas made a were revived In memory at _.-democratic state con 'go.: I grew plump) nerves strong; of the matter is I hare found after an

BUYS growth of ten feet'and>six inches, 111., Monday, when D, N. ,Dillon Hutcblnaon Friday elected and when I wrote my brain was experience of twenty years that the

$150.00 .- I to be t a former Chicago / to the national conven active and clear; Indeed" the dull\ harder times are the easler'it'Is rot> s'

d Saw IOU WAYSIDE NOTES."I end each of the eight bead pain never returned.' me to. secure advertising; -Chore are'' ,
tampltts
f'7y3' Th sw>et chained to a telephone pole "There's a Reason."
Statas.OahiesvIHe sister git a good deal of junk from districts elected two del scores of business then .In *nr town
In'tlte Soother* to his Una for '"
hUt for refusing pay Name gtVeo. by Poitum Co., Battle
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; 'who think of Inviting patronage
dat house but don't xto more. I of the delegates being In never -
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several( men ot the Creek Mich. Read "The Road te
.. '1"00'Works,' '">>;9. teddy;; must be) trlmmuv' be! fleeced young vote for William Bryan until their business begins' to i
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: ; rp.U L'P IT. man In all w adom." This warningand Of course men are) 'not rata, but '"

teaching follow the awakening. I just tell a man of .SO that' he doeln't l'r! .
',, .. .. We need .the Christ 40 awaken the WOMAN'STho
''i'iI.t. sleeper, and then we bave so to edu look ,a day over 30 and watch lhO'et Plain Talks Fertilizers; \\ '

., A BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON BY cate hint when he la awake that be feet ; on {

. .." W THE REV. J. H. JOWETT M. A. will bare an e\er-i nereaslhK sense of

1:' '.. duty.aixl a more exquisite feeling regarding .f1YiNE.Vitna'nannerervone7reeaaespes. A Talk to Fruit-Growers; .
-a .
-1't what la .?
right and wrong tnanentlycurod by Dr. Kline' Great NerveReetorer BACKACHE
-'t 'Thcruct Every Man's] Perfection Sni. According to my interpretation of |3 trial bottle and treatise tree. I l'"
Christ. the teaching oC Jesus Christ, the Ur. II. &KlIne L ,." progress of Christian living Is always: : :You use a fertilizer' j The., ylcW.HriJl'.beaccording. .

', i. In the direction ot a keener discern Try to, get rich quick today, then of course; but do": you .- to .the, ri'

1 I London England.' :-The following ment of the trifle. WeKrowblggerman: hunt a job tomorrow. use eno ghl' amount' of plant foodyou
In Christ when things that have never
t brilliant discourse was delivered by. give your'' trees' or
the Rev. J. H. Jowett M. A. Its title been When heeded by us come Into 'V1 w. Only Ono romo Qntnlne Y The yield per acre plants you can depend
our religion down-to -
comes
, la "]:very Man's Perfection In Christ." trifles, when all the our That ia Laxative liromo Quinine. J..onk' and tl\eprofittherefrom orvit.: The better
"t 3& text was: "Christ whom iUUe things are for the signature of E. W. Urove. iced the
Increases in far '
'" we' preach, warning, every man,' and lust like Illumined lamps along the World over to Cure a Cold in One. Day 210.: a greater they are fed thegreater'proportion
waywhen not only the crises than thecost
great
teaching every man In all wisdom; and more valuable'wDlbe

tbat we may present every man nor-' t but tiled the-then tiny commonplaces we become big.are beau-It Is It Is up to the dental student to take of additional f fertilizer. 7 your crop Fertil-
In Christ Jesus." Col. 1:28., What is increase in
feet -
ieaaonB.ECZEMA an ,
In the direction of the discernment ot drawing ,Ize sparingly and you'cost ,
Is and
This an amazing
c Inspiring
ideal, and all the more wonderful that the simple, the Inclusion of the trifle of $2.00 to $10;OO reap sparingly. ,
.
that Christian growth proceeds. So per acre ,for fertilizer "
It springsfrom the lips of an old
If It /had come front a company nun.of when a man Is awake we have got to FOR FIFTY-FIVE. YEARS.. when the returns therefrom The fact that over a million!

young crusaders H..wotild have been educate his conscience and his moral Itt' show an increase of $50.00 to'' tons o f Virginia-Carolina
and spiritual) pell'eptlons until he can .Suffered Torments! 'from Blrtli-
perfectly fellows natural just as the war-cry of hear the faintest call ot duty even Frightful Condition-Got No Help. i 5250.00 per acre? Fertilizer were sold last year
buckling oii their
young along Cured-Hlin. 'them to be' without
setting a commbnplaco road. Until Cutlrura proves
and out to their earliest
armor conquest The veteran toiler Is often' Tile third human means wherebymen f I' had an itching tormenting eczema The, big' Magnolia Fruit equal. Every fruit farmer,

a disillusioned man, for the early will be perfected Is the ministry I ever sauce 1 cam into the world, and 1 am Farms at Durant,Miss.,tested no matter what method' ho' w
j t t' ofwoman's
back is mainspring
of sacrificial the
toll.
"Whcreuuto tried all\
I old. 1
now a roan fifty-five year
has
vision proved a dissolving view, should the Virginia
the well-known Vir nia-Car. now uses get
strenuous labor, striving according to his working kind of medicines I heard of, but found no organism. It quickly calls ,
I' 4 e has ,
'. '-' f yi less ,tense, the gay purpose apocalypse.become which which worketh In me mightily." I I relief. 1 w*. truly in a frightful eondi oD. attention to trouble by aching.: It olina Fertilizer. CarolinaCompany's

tlngeir the horizon at dawn has faded There Is no English word "which At last I broke out all over with red and tells, ,,1th.othcr Pylnptoms;such as in different

out of the sky, and the earnoBtnem brings out 'the meaning of "labor" as while boil, which kept rowing ujitil they. I' nervousness.,headache, pailS in the n' new Year Book"
which aimed at achievements far 'used bore. 'In John 4, where Jesim wire ai \bin ai walnut, coming great (pain. loinsveiglit! in the lower part of quantities 'o or Almanac. -

ahead has coolod down to more Immediate meet the woman of Samaria, lie and imatry, but. I' kept from scratching a* tho body that woman's: feminine t t h b i r strawberry
wearied f It is free to all'
and accessible ends. nut1el'I.\ "brlns 'with Ills journey, sat veil as I could. I wa *9 rundown that >
( ', on the well." This in the word trans . do work. I u.ed Cuti- organism needs lnlmedla'teattention.In crop.
Js an old In all ot quite another order I could hardly niyr who are .inter-,,
the lated here, as It thd apostle said, "1. cura Soap, Ointment, Reaolvcnt, and Pill such cases tho one sure remedy Result : when
He ballll(1E'nt strength of hla days csted
in culling And roads through rugged labor and share, the weariness of for about eight month, and 1 can truth which speedily removes the cause, '1,000 lbs per' enoughto

r-juid tracklers wastes, and everywhere Jesus" It Is laboring to the pointof I fully say I am cured. Halo Bordwell, Tip and restores the feminine organism ? used write for it.,

Q -Tias encountered persecution resentment fatigue to the loss of blood. Men ton, la., Au!:. 17, 1907." to a* healthy, normal condition is acre were Address; us to

and hilS often been treated ai will\ be perfected! through-some; labor "I cheerfully endorse the above* testi the profit was '

tho offscourlug of the earth. His little ing ?till they are spent. It Is taking monial. It is the truth. know Mr. Ucml- LYDIA E.PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE t $75.00 noreperacre : the nearest city'

churches are Infested with puerilities, your thought and Riving; It to the well and know the condition 1.11 was :jut below
when
and even men for whom he his travailed thoughtless, taking your strength and Nelson It. Uurnelt, Tiplon. la" COMPOUND than:
giving it to the strengthlesg. It lathe l
are turning out to bo enemiesof Mrs. Will COO lbs per

the Cross of Chrlut. Yet here at taking morally their blood and spiritually to the healthy and About the only law recognized by Ave., Itockland, Mo., says :. acre were used. VIRGINIA-CAROLINA. 4

the end of ,the( day. In tho Imperious morally lore Is the uiother-ln-law. 1 was troubled for along time with CHEMICAL CO.,
spiritually anaemic.
It Includes the
grip'of Homo Is the old maD, with dreadful backaches and a. pain in my This is modern intensive culture .
provision of decent houses
the
the same undaunted purpose, yearning apportionment side, and was lulwrablo. In every way.I the method that is doub- Richmond Va. Darh.N; .C.
of fair
!; to present every man perfect In a day's labor Mrs. Wlnslow'sSoothlng Syrup tor Children doctored until I von discouraged and Norfolk. Va. CharlestonS.C.Columbia .
Chrlnt. Here Is an old age worth the removal of every fenco and bar- .tcbtlilnK.softensthufriimN,reduce!nflamma- thought I would never get well. I read ling and trebling the crops of .. 8. C. Baltimore, kid."wIiIz9.

-: Coveting.. ui eventide that Is light! rier along legitimate roads, the Uon,allays paln.ctir i wind colic,2ioa bottle what Lydia E. Plnkhaln's'VegetableCompound all kinds of fruit in Atlant.GLeither
smashing' of which
"*- . every padlock man is himself had done for'others and Columbus Gx
be
"Every iiinn every man holds the soul In unholy bondage. ]lowa, when : good or in poor ,
man." It Is a threefold blow ; decided to try Its after taking three Savannah, Ga.Montgomery. .
every But to give a man a better house thinks he is fooling his wife! i and worn-out .land all '
In the face of a very popular heresy. ,bottles can truly say that never felt .Ala
and render him like service In other and
The very reiteration ot the Inclusive so well in my life." over the country- Memphis Tenn.Shrcvcport .
things is no more giving him Christ
term reveals: to us one of the foes the than a free library Is Mr. Carneglo. Itch cured In 30 minute by Woolford'a :Mrs. Augustus Lyon,of East Earl, in good soil, too La.j jH 1"Maw J

apostle had to face. There was the It may be Christian work, but It is Sanitary JLoliuov Never fall,. At drugguta. ra.. writes to Mrs. llnklmm:

colosalau heresy, which sought to not Christ It Is chivalrous work but' 1 had very severe backaches, and

make spirit privileges; the preroga- It It no substitute for Him. I would Lots of people live all\ their lives\ prcsslnp-down pains. I could not sleep,

tlve There of was a highly-favored also the Jewish aristocracy.heresy not class such services among things without learning how_to Jive.I and had no appetite.'' Lydia E. rinkham's WE YOU I BEEN TO I JAMESTOWNttma.
Boculiir. I would keep themwithin Vegetable' Compound cured mo
fenced about by the same limitations. the palace, but would not allow themto and made me feel like a. new woman." .
Here again the privileges of .you no doubt.ealT. .J!f re*,on*of the' **button*from
gracn have tho throne. When you have Many Old Tropic Suffer From FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For A the S.C. exhibit hrenyon by tlm M. H. BIIUOi (%o.. *h.
were the perquisites, of a Class, andy given; a man a better home and have I at ...... Veritable and Plant(arm eombl..... In the -'doW.
>* ot the blood! -bnught rights of a race. 'placed a garden' round his house Bronchial Affections, particularly thirty years Lydia K linkham's .will be glad to have your order*f or ea.bbee. and.ard.n ,
*** Side l bj Hide with that, heresy place you this time of year. Brown's Bronchial Vegetable Compound made plantaofallkider.i..dintb.op" air. 8-'a.xp.-
the words of have only prepared the way or the I Troches give Immediate relief. ..,... Prtonaifolkmrtt-1.1001".I.COOat et.sups IA100 e
text "Christ
our : whomwe from roots and herbs has been the ,
Lord-the King hRS yet to come. I to 10,000 flJS pat 1JXXJ ors 10 eon at tl.OO per l/XW.f.o.5.sAb..ad

preach warning every man, and You }have got to preach JPSUS to I standard remedy for female ills ,.....prrdlM...._. .,.eat ...,_.r.wear.-.Me.b.... Al.,e..t/Yna. a1.,' 1M m..1
teaching every man In all wisdom; awake the dead, to educate the man's Some bachelors hurry through lifeas and has positively cured thousands nil et a .."...._" I.wp_.,....wp...._U-..W..... w........__IPS.1....
.. ....... .... '
that W..000I4.II. M M IMtak wriaiw of m4.dea..des
wo mar present every man w10
in Christ Jesus." There Is fJII'feet the conscience when he Is awake to devote If leap-year widows. were chasing women who have been troubled with CA ....._ ". R.H.BUiGNCO.M.testie.0.IjA / ..
jour: energies In sacrificial toll them. displacements inflammation ulceration :
the -
.breadth of apostle's glorious Ideal
to the of
removal all hindrance! to aman's
in the redemption of men. Mark moral and fibroid tumors, irregularities,

also the beUhtat It_perfect" Let UH not forget spiritual,; to see progress.to our- Taylor'Cherokee Remedy of Sweet jxsriodic. pains, backache; that hear- WRGESfRLi\MTi& TRUCK GROWERS'iDN' EARTH .

Surely III the first place the term siig- selves. Even the reformer needs the I Gum and Mullen I* Nature' great remedy ing-down feeling,flatu/encyindiges- . .
gouts the removal of every mania defects Saviour; and the crusader needs the -cure* Cough, Cold, Croup and Con- tiondizzingBsor nervous prostration.Avery VCICNTiriC TREATMENT FOR

and faults. Hut perfection Is Christ Even the best worker In.. .auniplton, and all throat and lung trouble. 'clcv : ,Whiskey" Drugs Cigarette and Tobacco Habits
and h
more. 'That .Is a negative ministry At druggists, 2Bo., 60o. Ol.CO per It.ttla ,
thin mission will falter and fall unless !
.... .yand merely preparatory to a positive he be sustained. "He thou faith- & Company 1 .. 'Alpo NEURASTHENIA: !: or ncnr*ihuUon. Administered>
.1 ministry. You will be to flndMiow t: '. 8palaul for thirty yuan.: OorreipODdeoo aoaodmtlaL,,
-1 ful unto death and I will give thee surprised ,...' @ The Only 1 ktOlltj! Institute In Ueorda.
..... Perfection is more than the ro- a crown of life." The promise applies much good there la In. the world It SUCCESSORS TO '
- Woodward Ave. GA.
229 ATLANTA
moral of ex'rescenr.es.Vhen, your {now. It Is as If the Lord said to us: I you'Jl sit and take notice.Cure .
con-vert is washed he has still to be up
Look after thy fidelity and I will\ AVERY & MCMILLAN.
:.perfected. The perfection of every look after thy vitality." It is not *

man means the evolution of all the when the warfare Is over that I shall B1.8 South Foriyth St., Atlanta, Ga. CONSTIPATION !

powers In a man's life that are com- want my crown.; the Lord waits to I' '
mon In the life of the It -ALL KI.JfJli; OF- ''
race. means tlio'
crown me now. p C p U BO distressing, yet 80 A New Parlor Game For'
the. awakening! of a .man's primary -
Then preach Jesus, educate and refine -
.fundamental senses; the great mystic !- the conscience, give your blood. MACHINERYReliable Easily Cured Long Winter Evenings '

.Tk8'I senses of sight and hearing, con- "Every man perfect"-make- that TRADE ARItt -I
c ilcerning which there are edlor- U you uso. replarl7"Parsons"
many- your aim. Confront; everybody with FREr-::
tatlons in the Word of God. "I heard that purpose In your mind, and see 1

I a voice from. Heaven;" "In the year in everybody the. p sslblllty of per : Pills

I .that King UzElah died I saw the fection In Christ. Live for this; grow 1 j Go to your dealer and buy.a 1)o.n.

i I Lord; "O taste "and see. that r theLord old for this:}die for,tbllS.! package of "20 Mule Team" BORAX. .

i 1 I Is good; .what wonderful SolHirn 'of ClirmtriHcic'. '< ji I Mild but far to *ff cU Cut off the top panel t rom, pack*. ,

I senses are exercised' tbE'rel.! And' put1',your armor on..(.,A,1.,,' i Put 110 I* te*( .we. and mall to PatlHo Coaat floral Co.
I Perfection > means .not only the Strong in the which GOtaUl'plie. I i .. .. .
trengtli w I 28 cent. Sold fcr d Ur* New York, with I evolving ot tho common endowment '"Through Hi eternal Son. "'''' : I. S.JOHNSON*CO.. 80_. MH.MORPHINE. Mot
WHIZ wilt you
I of men but the manifestation ot Earn bepromntly

I 'every; man's own peculiar nlncance n li..paJd. .

I and ,ndlvldual color, which Is the Caught WHIZ, the Ne'w; Parlor Card gam.

I larifp ot the great Creator's hand. dsti U composed of handsomely printed ;
A member of .
the PJtt
Conference
burg
I j"Kvery mill) perfect"-the fascinatIng t ar -_.. cards Inclosed In a flap case with full
wonder of It! tells an Interesting little elf and ......1' drag' bablta are po.IUr.l. rand by'SiABITINA.
Frick and Entertaining.
rule for
I story on one of his own boys. The Entillne'Bolle *, rorhypodarmloorlnternal ]Free complete playing.
How is this to be attained? By
Incident happened when the lad was est& 9ptodici Size*. Wheat Separator u... Hample sat to ear dnf liablta Instructive or educational sand
I .,....
!what means! are men to be perfected'f % 17 a all. In plain wrapper Hmlar '
quite but after! he had learnedto frlo. be all the familY
I 'I cannot tell how happy I am young DILTa OMIMIOA4.OOMr* can played by ,i
I that tny function you In to proclaim a pray.. lie had some trouble one Confftlpatlon Diarrh"" .. Convulsion., I 144 Millaa. Slaliaia. .>. teal*, Ma. Similar 'games cost 60e. In the
day with his older brother. They Colic: Sour Stomach, cl<;. It Uwlroyn Wormii, --- '" ... 1I.;' ''You It FUCK.' ,
Gospel and not to fashion one. My came to their father with the matteras Allayl Peverbdmes and Cold. It Aid tiger WANTED W'"ry. ...... ,... shops. can get ,
I function 1 Is that of a herald to ralae tins It MakruTKKTlilNO H..v. PromoteChecrtulucM tb t NloDA.
the UJimpet' to my lips and blow no he sat at work In his study. ThcomC'rtt and Product. Natural bleep a : aU.. I Io.Yi.r:; dS...: .:... :: (AtS-08)
of the
rase were examined
I unceraUn; sound. My task Is made
Into by the father and when he
I clear by the apostle who is so detailed waqthrough
in the exposition of this truth. I It was clear that the youngerboy GRIP :

I He tells me the threefold ministry : was entirely In the fault. BEST IMPROVED SAW MILL ON EARTH. Cabbage Plants ,
'The youngster: also keenly\ realized lets down :
I by means of which this result and Boiler
per- that fact. After giving the 1 boy a : Large Engine supplied
; bars.The
the .
feeling of' men. l Is to be gained: ((1) i kindly admonition the father tarn' '.d promptly. Shingle Mill, Corn Mills,
by preaching Christ ((2)) by educating l'n ubl. li It ...
> (
Circular TeethPatent
w.3iw
'sglllilto his book. Presently ho Dogs L
the conscience, #3' by the energiesof no wanlDl. Tli.bit cf CJ :JB: Ei
..
heard the little fellow over, in the lha acr tw.rm roe c( s'team Governors Full line Engine' & ,
sacrificial toll. How to
are we
.
of the praying. c, but GrIp n Ttrlrr.
corner room Among
awakenn.the sleeper? the petitions which reached thetather'a ( .an.Urm>iptll' It* potion hai uaAon.... .,...nn. Mill Supplle Send for foe Cstaloaue.. We are prepared to fill order now with any of the following TarUtle. of Ca bba ', 1
By patching/ Christ. Every man's W,ak'lunit-majn oonaumptloat, waak haait* beaitAtleaar - CURED FlanU, thma being the best known reliable varieties to ezpnrlenoed' plaatersi Jlarty
perfects Is attained through: the ex- ear was this one: 0 GoodMan ;and weak Lldoeyl.Uighl'l olaeai Take Jersey Wakefleld, Charleston Large Type \Yakefleldj and Ileitdnon Sncannlon '

we altation set about of every getting man's the perfection Christ. of If It's, do the help old me story, for I'm bT "('augbt."n d JOHNSON'S ,<%< Se5- TONICIn Dropsy! Quick Given Prices $1.25 per 1,000. ; in lots of over 5,000. at $1.00 "

being father to the man There' Is undo Relief.
to
33 alnutM It raUn tlio blood and berlat ry
men.without Christ we might as well a supposition current that there are the Blacblcf, and In one dar tha Grip Tlctlm la In S tow per 1,000, and in lots bf 10,000 at 90c per 1,000.
,.
try to make without the .
a garden
lino. Oaa BMblni
the
some praying folks in the world who place beyond duief daya: effect a permanent euretnjotoeodaya.
"un. There Is uo other who can're'acb really don't work much at the business Johnson's Chill V Fever Tonic Co.R".annals TrialtTeatment'irtu fairer Address all Orders to THE MEGGETT PLANT CO Meggett S C ''i
the sleeper and open his eyes except when they get about O."W"H*>.. Write free D.II.!Jot H.hi"CreiT"C'" be Son ,
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,to see a new world. AOKNTR Iwllho.t m".1 WANTKP.Doctors ,
AtlantatIP
where the preacher's boy was. His s t Sps lsIlts!. Boa B
The ways of service and the ways
it that
case had this merit In he
of m6d rn life are Uttered with the his
frankly confessed Unpleasant position -
.tear-stained confessions of men w''tobave ; acknowledged that he was
t led to .
secure the perfection "
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"caught. The full-grown man who
I of their fellows without Christ. LeaveS pleads for help on the same ground ;
% .I ?>t,Christ, and what Is t there left for usually shuns a confession: of his motive & '
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JtA Culture and noble Ideals will t (
long as possible.-Plttsburg
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pot; Jr*Sonorous words and Emer- Christian Advocate. -.J .OES AT A"LRICE. 13' "
lIonlan\maxims wIn| not wake the ..FOR EVERT 1
dead. Toumay. well string your 701PU..L. MEMBER OFTME..MILY.
MEN, BOV, WOMEN< MISSItS AND CHIIORCNorumtmr .
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y 'lighted' fair h! nps across your garden..and A. Life That Defeats Itself W. L. Ooupfa. -......_aoNa---a
expect the seeds in the earth 7d ?/ __'..a.lio.$8.00 arod & ,
to an expect to awake dead Belt-centred lire Is everywhere the XTy than any: 0th.,'--'aot.1n ,,,. {
H i gerinate. Inl';,EDlersonlan max- great disturber of human hnplness t.- world. b.o.mo iMr held th.1a.. 1ep
fit 1__ ". and ,
belle.. weep i
r >; Ideals. It defeats Itself and keeps its victims aha/ vmlum then NU"he.Y .. ,
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We, cannot do without the Naza- forever upon the rack.It % ; /z/ Il :.. Klh**pro ld e-*r**,.. tw "" KltCD ** ** *
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;j; rena.. It Is nqt enough! do Christian collides with others' Interests), / \ .L Douglas $4 ind, $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Eqnalled At Anj Price *--.. {

,work merely but In the doing ot It and Clod is In Its way. f Ra .*.tl'A fTTIOWy W.. t. IVHunaanam* end prtoalaetaiaped en _1-. -. .*.lf_ ----
.' '/we hare to present Christ and allow It destroys the peace of the home tAp bid iL"a'wwil!:;: e:$r jwhan. Uwea mau lffom fa:,orr toanypag" moot i_"j

c Him to work.MI, 1C'I be lifted un\ It leads husbands to be Indifferent recommend it In their prescrip E -

I .will draw all men unto Me." That Is or unkind to their Drives, and wives tions. It cures constipation and indi .B. i eiea SUCCESSION

.where" the magnetism centres-not In to regard their husbands only as the gestion. Leaves none of the bad efTec'a wTlr Charleston Earl krsep r:

ti 1 iny'.work which resembles the Lord's, chief of their own conveniences.It of calomel and other violent remedies. LARGE TYPE n '
'; Jjut. in the Lord Hliiself. By our underlies suits for divorce.It Valuable at a tonic. Cures stomach and _' WAKEHELDTkebrliut IarU'
1 laborjpa/e" can warm the'surface-but leads children to demand that liver troubles with nature's remedies. UVDHUOMfrS AKEFIRD e'pill r-

1 .we cfiknot warm through or kindle the whole ot the family arrangement Helps every age and sex "..ndEirllail Cibkag" Grown Nad
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kttho i .flame that shall transfigure theheart. hall be managed with reference. to Hundreds testify toils worth. W. D. __ v

r ..-, It 1s beautiful to be used In their personal pleasure. Thc.maa, of Boaz, Ala. says: "The fact r
I. the senl 'our fellows: bat we are It breeds social Jealousies and that I Bin alive and well\ today. I believeto CABBAGE; PLANTS ForSale

I playing with a. mighty problem It we neighborhood quarrels; it breaks up be due to the use of Nl1bian.Tea."

I l think this' -Is sufficient. Men are in church choirs, scrambles ,for the chief All dealers sell Jt.., Manufactured by AM ON MY ANNUAL TOUR around Ihe world whh' any.' the t.ort; -.1tOWI') varlette* .! ,
I 'I need of high ideals, but they am InET seats In the synagogues, and sets SPENCER MEDICINE COMPANY I Onen-Air Grown Cabbare Plants .t the following rlcaa.. slat I.OoOlo4.0OO. at $IJO l .*. f
greater need of the Saviour Apart church members to praying, "Lord,, I .........nd 1 11,000'0 9.000. at $1.! *: 10,000.rmen., at -.. P.O. B.. Macntt..C, All eee.ra
Chattanooga, Te... promptly filled and ud.f_ auarantaad.' Aak for prtce en 80.WO or 100.000. ,Cah. enonpanyinc -
\ j, 'from Him; everything else acts like grant that we may sit on Thy right all ord.r. ,1 "
I y an opiate,rand benumbs the sleeper hand and. on Thy left in Thy'. King

F Into deeper slumber. IfUhe sleeper dom. B. L.. cox ETHEL S C.
;- tn tool be aroused wa ..have got, .topreach Pleads Dlolrephea l ,1o.v.. .the pre, ADDRESS' ,.BobPUT'Nr'AM'FADE'LE.S'S :

,,r, Christ. eminence u .I"
'.' The seoXid< humaaK; ministry to be It is to1 the credit of the religion of '-
A law recently passed forties '
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'wars1e To'tiled in tht' perfecting Of.meD Is the pea Chrst('twlth: >that -bor.-3VW.iXInoting selfishness cannot: lire iu- aoblllats:reflectors\\1 .'1t vana.And the restrict!, ::vas ot allto-I ( ,D ;( :E.S. ; +a,

..ton D. D. ,f. c' .blcarblde Ootor mora(ood brli tor and ta Mr.oolora thaa aar atbw dye O.M Ion. _It... ootora all abut Tt>"> dja ra eoMt __..._..Pea.-. : ....
x ' t to .on .l lamps, ,-, caa d>a mmfZH __. wlUwM rifftam .--.' Wrlta ear .... booaiat. -w.. *> Kea VltOU iO) l*alMVi" i , ar

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A Thin(: of Scanty. is i iol i ( NOTICE: !: 1 .


Forever,'" I I' At the\loti rwnlar nafOKiooU mooUnir of County tb Kmnl, ....nf."" county.. h.Month ; S. Co. *; .'
A'wo.d flf And 'In'olt..ut&Llou. CoranlUi> \ Floyd,
Pilsen. fol. .
the
fOhOOUr&Mt".t. A.
of February
.. ladiei.. I ..
who prornotloir t.III.l1.a...-' 1mproremeni I lowing wined porwiu wen apDotntwl. to .wave a* ; .J'"
are
'I Hoolaty, we thiolc is nov ....-.ad CUrfcl of Ctwtiun In thf vanou I J ,
olmOnn" to be hl1d'd I
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MMarlloie lotocttoadlatrictaatan
Alter o.rpfullyreading
iu order.
1 H.rh. A. D. IIIIM. to
appearing in tb<> paper api,*rtatalnir ('ountrmUioMh day at hl.u....., t t c, 2' 1 \ GROCERS .
the' docldo whether UM sale of Intoxication
of
to the OtlCania.t.lon 1 .. ..d. In MM County. .. .-
I.keIh. wln or ben shall bo pKIMt
a .
.bo'.II.lIItHI society\ we hereby I J i
.. liberty to lay before it and our to-mrlt: ( II FIRM
NEW GOODS
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SUIT !I RM-Uon. .nbtnrtI. .Kluimm.-U. : t.
fellow oltlaooa .a. few practical. .. J '.
ReatlOge.s I I plan C.-K. Ynwi.ll. K: T. null. In.-;; I .., atn "

\\e .Urt will Uii fact that althoughDaweNature I W. U. Jotiiuiton. clorkClncUnn .. .. "
Shingle.-J. H StoS.s ;
No. *.
towards District
J uutlfjlnB our bas city done and much Its en.ironsf\ I Jr., M. N, Ov mliwl. O- ('. llmnaan, Inspeetont Full Line of HighCrade Fresh r' _.

null >ha can be al""d in a material I P. H.Tlnor.clorkKloctlan . Family and Fancy Groceries t.
:I Haraco It. llrown. I.
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No.
bv the District ;
V degree. I. S.to.ber, via New self-adornment noOH can be pro. M. l..nlor, l ewlf Jnhnxin, Inapoeton' D. Y. I FREE DELIVERY I.

\'Idtld l for her out of season which no Johnson, elorfc, + = .I'
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M hary .
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No. 4.
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toe IM.U-kd
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with KlflcU
don graco
doubt .be would I .
herself and pleasure t<> her ailfVln'i", *. Mann.T. N.\Farr.ln.to.( ; II. C,Avant dork.Mwtlon . lUght KiNsiinniee Flu.
This nun be aotM>mpltBhedbV- goodwill Dlalriot, No. &.-W. A. Kuhanka. A, W. Paint: and Paper I ,
progressive ladles Crosby. W. R.NoHloa.InanncUirat: Ynutw Tlndmll.clerk. ,
.ii.jed to our .
i.xt
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.' backed: by financial I aid from our cltlBns. . Improve and protect your liou.-.'. !. j.OtnEyniQ,1w I esatgg'. aP"v'"PrvV'rpr
The member of our school Election Dlalrlft No. fl.If. H. tortlv., J. M.Montad'aca. . I will "be pleased to bring my 1U07 .
bused and our county commissionersiuv Solomon Rattlrror, lnnimctons J. U. sample books to your' house and)| 1 ,'

M"a good example >n placing! ; Tumblln, .,lorfc.Eloethm make any suggestions. in the latest HIr
; Nn. 'f.-W. -Unil.rhill, G. desire a HtttiNe K vav H 1tiNVl H
funds iu tku hand of the new svclelyHut I UmtHrt decorations that yon may .
allow ma to auirgvst' u* theselady I U. Walker Jainoa. A, )1um..nt*. ln.pcor, R. II. Drop me a card and I will cheerfully -

) home !improvers that tJley should Aldtrm. clerk furnish. estimates on paper :
\ tx>nuojntrlte. their enerttlei. and money Election l>l l trl..tlo.. HJ.. K': 1-nnlK: ', M, D. and (minting : : : : : : I South Stables..

on one special object to ooj'hl'Ih an Tlndall A. C. o-.In..-Io.., F. W. Hill ,,".rk. I ,
ulllmaU results. would l>e moreisNefsotory tanUmony, ) whereof" hen hereunto net myhand '
the
and act a.. a practical object and afllxxl thoofficial/ seal of tho a. "l Hoard 'qtO iE A.UllLANDO. BA ER I

.. lesson to. our vlil/naa and thusits of County omTntiiHlnnora' mt Klatmmre In the ., I L. ':H. INGRAM, Proprietor. ,
denionMtratrintr thin 4thday of February. A, D.. ; ,
in tlielr tnolldcGc'c practicability bv to handle County 190X afnrakaUl E. L. LESLEY FIXKIIIACOMFORTING ........................................................... t

?r ., their committed own to their charge. Clerk or the Circuit Court In and for .,. AY

funds Oo" of the urwalest needs of our the Counlv of Q""c..>la,Bu (o of j jI ------ - ; SALE and BOARDING \ .Rosn 1 s
city I. a ronort for rte.relAt.tou and rest (cell|] , rloriila.. and ox-OflicIo( lark ..f tko I : f ,
In the form of a public l.ark..a public Heard of Cotintyff>ifTtfnltiHlone.r'ofNotice WORDSMany fJ Phase loa

resort where our citizens and the ...Id lnlY., ....-.-..................-..-._......\-.J
"Vranuer within our Rstme" can meetoo - -- --- - 1 I
equal footlog.Vk do not -- u I'Pcd.with New Stocsk aixt. VohJcloH and

w wlnh to hint tu our fair lad.promot openly' of Ell'cliul1. florlda Household Willl' I I I to nuv-t all cIcmamlH with I'erlVot Satis-

er* the advlsabllttv of then ....... written application wan I..n......
Wh.
matrimonial bureau: a Need Them #o.
advanclutr a
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till wn are IIWBI'e that "in HIP, tiprtnjfayouoy ) to the board of ounty I"ml..ne".f Ortieola i
man's (01' woman') fancy County ilu$ a..at the regular meeting of aaMliiiard. hn\o the puiUH and! H .
thoughts of h veJ'and held on the Ird day of February, 1'">1. asking back removed; to lw entifcU dee.
turn to
liiihtlv bud I i
'hiir in for an vlcwticm In aaiil County to decide i HAULING A SPECIALTY" . ..
an we enjoy puipetual! 'spi dantrei-ou, urinarydieuiders
t the sale of intoxit-atinK luiuom. wlneaand ,from annoying, :
whether <
old Klsniinmoe we have DO doubt that' beer" shall be nrohilnted In Maid ....IInU. which IM enough tt make any' kidney I ------,, --4Wtf1tfa41i+% Wbi.%. '
after due' consideration .
tuateh-oialcinii will mamas certainly, ad\oi-al\ the ap|>llcati..n wag aiirned by more. than 4ine.fuurth autTeter grateful. To tell how thisg"I.aL '
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of the fr-ofrUUTetl. voters of said county,: andwhtitva.
ritabliahmont of a |>ark.So I change can be brought about
.. f Waaid lloanl that "o Much
: it it.ari< '
far as thuounc i I..o"le are concerned Mi comforting words to
? ..''tancee.> I election had UAn csn.l l II" itaid county within the wlllllron'
just give them a .. the tth day of Florida rpuilera.A .
of
all : peal two veer : and where* nn dude hun-I' SPRING
coIUl''e were young
,' how ourselves theli; so know how it wall: IVIiruary." !1'"H! . the iiaiii UtMnl In acourdancewith I OcrCinir., .seaman, or 410 Ij t
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,l' onoe Let UH "ee-the little tots in reality with I .. aM ..1>1>1I..tlon. Hid ardor that an flectionbe IViihix-ola, 1''la.. tells how to do it. I
faces denportthemsttlvea h..ln. aaid County of Oxr-onla on Monday theMhdav'iT "I'Vom experience with i
their tunlllnir joyous lie says: ro\ I
Mach A, O 1 ( Uomi's Pills 1 stronglyrecommend
to a home park. Kidney can I
not atranRemenUt lie made fhuaale uf Intoxi'HtinK Uiiii>rtt. winea or boor them to any one Iu need of
May for the shall hu prohibited in ....! r,5nty. and did further Kidney I '
the
with Mr. Hairy \V Thurman K good medicine fol kidneys
known onlcr that the q..k l of p itil IKuird. do dye at least causedme
purchase of his properly, as complaint and backache GOODS
the Maple Grove eait of the Atlantic thirty days notlrt'of wid i l election by publiahinK suffering: at intervals forPHIB..
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the to be the same in one ncwtpaiei. in each and everytown second ultuik 1 did nut
Coast Line depot mosey Th* tirat or
d\ ,,,.... ...
furaUhed either by a private phil aI- In laid county. If a new'-, or new lIti lid. but as tluiu_ went 1 h\' they I crew 1
all ,hM in Maid countv. ... don't be publi
tropic Iud hldul ( now please pars Worse and at tiiueb laid me up !.
speak at once) or by bond, fostered by peeling at least ten wrlltin liuticva of aaidolectinn could hardly walk and it was. a diftl
the % iiul.lii. l Places in ....H| ('ount)'. .
aud floated by the city council.After In mn. cult matter to straighten after stoop -
acquiring Maple Uiovccould 1\I ..n..or which hall IM.at the court house inif while the. kldnev xwtetionh wereIrregular NOW OPEN
be at once suitably. fenced Now, therefore I. K. 1.. Lesley. .. 'lerk of the. i and unnatural Doun's Klnej \
cleared of debris which now defiles I its Circuit beauties, eat. and swings erected and Clerk of Mid Board do hereby give noticepracUlm experience-I know that this. rented,'
thiproperty .. and cuter,that an Hectinn will be held fultlll the
well sunk Ina .short time 'can he depended upon to
a would be a: "joy forever"' to In the Count .uof Florida. on representations made for It.t STANFORD
our citizens and the tourist public Monday the 9th! da>'of March: A: D. 190". for the For sale by all dealers. Pricetx'nts. \ ;,o CO..

fhe first cost of these. Improvements purnoM of deciding whether the sale of Intoxl- Foster-Mllburn Co., UuffaU .
would be Intlfrnlflcunt when (he object eatiiw liquor., wine,or beer .hall be prohibited New York hole scent for the Unite "- - :)i
y to be attained la taken Into consideatlon. in said County"f o..r...... States.
In toatinkony whereof. I have hereunto set my Remember the name nuan'lInd
modern to out hand and affined the official awl I of the said Board other loam
U take
eubject'it not
This beet County t'nmmiaaionera% at ItI........... In the no N. J. A. CRANFORD. S. L. LUPFEK
its having of
reeidentvowing tn .... vte.-Pr-ldent.
: HociwUry.
brought forward bY one of our ancient County aforould.this 4th day of February. A D.
whose able pen I.". E. L. LB8LEY ( '
settler in years past; iff"T
and clear Intellect should be Inter Clerk. of the Circuit Court In and Osceola County
4 eeted in our air ladles' plans Let for the('001""" of Oaeaola' State of

u* seek to profrreaa like some of ournebborleg s-II] .'IoridM..nd e-Offlck Clerk of the LUMBER CO.
filter cities. and not have Board of County Comnlaaionera. of ,

pub lie matter. to retrorrade. Therefore -eaidCountT- -.. Abstract Compan;! 'f!

should we aid the V. I S.: In -. I
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making our citv worthy to be'placed I - -
aa the central crystal atone. of great Mayor's l>roclamcltion.Cuder S. H. BULL.OCK.IMANAOEH.
beauty, in fair Florida's diaaem.' It --, Rough and Dressed
It ----- --- ------- :
veiled \ ;
the
la not what we were 'or what we are and by virtue of power .
or wbat w. might have been, but what me,1,T. M, Murphy, Mayor of tlie Town of Real estate ... .1'.'
which should now concern Klmtmrnett City Florida, do hereby announce Titles examined and imported on I
we CAN BR:
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proclaim sad declare. that an election 'III beheld I Taxes paid for non-realdenta' Lumber.. ,;" '

u."Do men feather crapes of thorns 01 at the Town Hall In said Town oo''Hatur Instruments relating to real estate r

figs of lotahlM! ?" I trove not, Therefore day the carefully drawnCorrespondence..
III TWENTY EIUIITU DAY OF !MARCH '9t*.
why tfalok it strange our city .
extent ii forlhepur.-"or..IBClinc. following oelrers.to Solicited
not Ratolnir to any treat(
popul.Uonhrollllh the ieUHlng oltraoitera serve for the tern of one jer, orts:
; BILLS A ;SPECIALTY
In our midst. We DOW have O.e Mayor
modern hotel, thanks to the euer One.Clerk
Viet a of Mr. Harry W. Ibunnan. Now One. ", ......1101.04 TAlC Collector. and sea nErua. sea a1 a dxa/katk

let ua eadvoeatewaterwork., drainage,, One Tre >nr r, f : A11
TILLERReal -- -
a park: and a clean depot ana its surrounding Ahtn to serve.for the term of two yeas. t> oMembera ;M. :j 41

: *, and on "Arbor Uav" of"he'Counoll.J D C.. lee. H. M. Hfana and = .
hereby appoint i
and demonstrate Estate Agency (
when old can
their love for young shrubs. Then, and not C. Mating. a. ln |>ef'<>'.. sod A. M, (Gilbert a* .i M. D J. fl. MC EWAN. .

till than, shall our city do away with Clerk of aaid ohsboa.luWItues.Whereof. sea.aNaaNN.NaNN.N.N..NN *
1 have hereunto. set mj t
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the ."thorns and thistle municipalities, take herrl.htful hand an Mayor: of Malillown, an,* vaiiMeil theaeal S Realty bought and sold. RRIS' SANITORIUM. *
place among
F, uud blossom like "the Rose of Sharon. of aaidtowu to 1e thereunto affixed. this I 4 Houses rented. p 1
IWth of Felirimry, V. D I'lOM. ORLANDO. FLA
day
." Let the ladies. secure the cooperation Taxes paid and Titles verified I t
: of the Isdies' men first- 114.11, T. M. MURI'HY. for non-residents.

that of our honorable judge our chlvalroul Mayo of the Town of KiNHlinniHe. I Ity.Attu Fire Life and Accident in- t Institution. built and equipped with all modern

mayor the Hon. Joe Sears (. : for Surgical work: and the care and treatment of
wbo has gained toe reputation!' of the J R. UIIArRT: JK.. surance. . .
courtesy of a Lord Chesterfield; and ClerkAdministrator's .. Indemnity Bonds. --

cote if In aufleltthe need of a ervices ailcer-tongued of Col.!'( advo VaneAgnew. ---- -- = - -- L..._-_-_-II'.........-..-.- ..IMJ.H.REDDITT- Write for Particulars) f.'. *

Naturally you will not 1'\otict'".
slighttliul grand advance advertising

agent, who, is always In the van in All creditors. .....__. distributee and all ------ .
.. ... aralnat the
forwarding our oily and countV Interests persona having .tai. or demanda "
and there are many others who eeutM of Tim u..., late of tho con nty of Gwceohv, MACHINERYJilCOMPANY"
will not tuin you down Capl., Mnl- and Stale of Florida deceaaed. will prment the ;
log's vast. botanical experience Mould earn to the undersigned Sdmtniatrstrtr within JACKSQNVLLE1 PLA.

be sought for, we are certain not in two ream from thia date and all pcraon., .ndrb...... I Phone ''1.. 32 Ooe. Street. mp { t
' .vain. to the saId. state will make Imnv-Hwt ettlmrnt :
Fair ladies, in duty to your loved with the undoraurned ; Portable and Stationery Engines

oily and 'future posterity do not nine WAl.TUt: HASR__ and Boilers; Sawmills; Woodwork* + .
your light under a bushel but come to AdmlnUtrmtor! .the estate of Tin. Haw. log Machinery and Supplies. Complete . '.
/ the tone and and demun.trste'you are Feb I. I""l line carried in stoat: Liberal .. 'It
We should that tet'mg. Write for
in earnest. suggest -------- catclofueState 1._ l\
your mutts and slogan be, ""''rollrll... agent for the Old. doe ,.d
and Prosperity All aboard of the Notice lor Settlement and (Filial (fiasotine Kaglnes: d.'

progress... Have roundup'of the Discharge.
oattle and forever keep: them off ot tbgrass ;
both of our streets and the proposed NiiUe hereby iii.... to all whom IL muse con. ( MACHINERY !!
park There will be no <..eelt can that sit nonth from&hie...!. I wi, .1 I p.ntmr I
ion in tbe near future of using cattle 4COOUBU and. vouctMrs lath*County" Judge II I
} street a. lawn roorll.1I water the County" of OiotoU sod State. of Florid at hoofs (
on our
will a* a safeguard when the drygrass In KUilnuM City foot.i mln.tion and .>,. : ; ;
Is being tired upon the streets. prorml and ask for a diieharc a> Admmueinter.
Ladies. bring pressure to bear upon : tt the TSatm**at Th..a SS...( u our city council asking thaw to pass J. W. MCLU.K. Ii i JEWELER AND
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k an ordinance making it compulsoryfor Administrator.S.pt.mbsr27.rtn' .;
WATCH REPAIRER.
Mp";-lm\ I
cattle which roam our streets after\

night to wear electric lights> "fore and -- Call and see my Line of Watches.

all." Notice. I
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Our eltigeoeshould look: upon this

movement for our .general Improvement To.U vhM tt BWT tnmmaNotteo article of Promptly Ordered
now engendered by the V. I. S. Uhmbr .....dIM "'f..u. A nee G. Any Jewelry

with all due respect. Soon not at Jordan mwl I sra mat Song *..*...*... and t wall E upon Request. Ji F . ti
mall beginnings.. "Rome was not not bo iMpoMiM In UM futur* for say debts thai
built. ID a day.". It uaallgive our sea awur _trMt. or tar gay __ that dM Now i ij
,o support to this! Infant In short clothes. say...... BICYCLE SUNDRIES. ( "Mtd winter :Exposition Open. _: 1- I

Let us help furnish it wlt.b..be milk of ",..Fobraonr ka,1p. ......:' t . of Florida. J.p.Buaar ..:;: I
showing the Industries ;
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kindness" and give it art opportunity &. P.lOfttAN ---- -
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human
y4 Ladies, you have ', .. Streeu of Cairo the Dcsta Band In the United .'

.the ean.ruod to crow.wishes of the. writer. WILLSUV ter. Special Features Krery Day. Free Acu. Fireworks' r
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